Bolander Completes Intelligence Course

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January 20, 1991

U.S. Marine Captain Jeffrey W. Bolander, son of Patricia A. Melvin of Cambridge, Md., recently completed the Marine Air-Ground Task Force Intelligence Officer course.

During the course, conducted at Navy and Marine Corps Intelligence Training Center Dam Neck, Virginia Beach, Va., Bolander received instruction in operational and combat intelligence.

The course focused on landing force requirements in amphibious operations.


Specialist Richard J. Farrell Jr. has completed a U.S. Army primary leadership course.

Students received training in supervisory skills, leadership, principles, and small-unit training techniques essential to a first-line supervisor in a technical or administrative environment.

Farrell is an electric repairman at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii.

He is the son of Richard J. Farrell Sr. of Glen Burnie.


Army National Guard Second Lieutenant Timothy K. Penix has completed the field artillery officer basic course at Fort Sill, Okla.

During the course, students were taught basic techniques and were introduced to new weapons systems and doctrine.

He is the son of Ruth O. Penix of Baltimore.


Sergeant Christina V. Hilton has graduated from a non-commissioned officer leadership school.

The sergeant studied techniques of leadership, management and supervision.

She is a radio communications analysis specialist at Fort Meade.

Hilton is the daughter of William R. Hilton of Homestead, Fla., and Carol D. Timpson of Fort Meade.


Three area servicemen, Private Wesley W. Buenko Jr., Army National Guard Private Mark E. Malamphy and Army National Guard Private Michael L. Rausch completed training at the U.S. Army Infantry School, Fort Benning, Columbus, Ga.

During the course, students received training as light-weapons infantrymen and as indirect-fire crewmen in a rifle or mortar squad.

Instruction included weapons qualifications, tactics, patrolling,land mine warfare, field and combat operations.

Buenko is the son of Beverley Daniel of Pasadena and is a 1990 graduate of Chesapeake High School.

Malamphy is the son of Edward L. and Patricia D. Malamphy of Pasadena. He is a 1989 graduate of Chesapeake High School.

Rausch is the son of Adrian E. Rausch of Baltimore and Margaret M.Slivenski of Pasadena. He is a 1989 graduate of Northeast High School.


Army National Guard Private Darin C. Linebaugh has completed the cavalry scout course at Fort Knox, Ky.

Students received basic combat and reconnaissance training, camouflage, communications, demolitions, and first aid.

Linebaugh is a 1990 graduate of Southern Senior High School.

AH" Areaservicemen end basic training

Slone becomes air traffic controller

Navy Air Recruit Karen Y. Slone, daughter of John D. and Gayle D. Slone of Baltimore, graduated from the Air Traffic Controller School.

During the 16-week course at the Naval Air Technical TrainingCenter, Naval Air Station Memphis, Millington, Tenn., Slone received basic control tower and radar control training. She also received the technical training necessary to receive Federal Aviation Administration certification.


The following area members of the armed forces recently completed basicmilitary training:

* Navy Airman Recruit Robert A. Moore, son of Robert A. Moore of Arnold, completed training at Recruit Training Command, San Diego. He is a 1989 graduate of Broadneck High School.

*Pvt. Christopher M. DeMarco, son of Domenic P. and Dorothy J. DeMarco of Fort George G. Meade, completed training at Fort Bragg, N.C. The private is a 1990 graduate of Meade Senior High School.

* Navy Seaman Recruit James T. Frizzelle, son of Dorothy C. Frizzelle of Millersville, completed training at Recruit Training Command, San Diego. He is a 1976 graduate of Howard High School.

* Navy Seaman Recruit Jeffrey B. Brewster, son of Bruce L. Brester of Orchard Beach, completed training at Recruit Training Command, San Diego. He is a 1990 graduate of Glen Burnie High School.

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