Pvt. Michael T. Stowe has graduated from the unit supply specialist course at Fort Lee, Petersburg, Va.
Students were trained in receipt, storage, issue and accountability of individual, organization, and installation supplies and equipment. Also included in the training was maintenance of small arms.
He is the son of Patricia L. Miller and stepson of Jesse R. Miller of Edgewater.
The private is a 1989 graduate of South River Senior High School.
DEAVER COMPLETES BASIC MP TRAINING
Pvt. Grant E.J. Deaver has completed basic military police training at Fort McClellan, Anniston, Ala.
Students were trained to provide support to the battlefield by conducting battlefield circulation control, area security,prisoner of war operations, civilian internee operations, and law and order operations. Also included in the course were peacetime support to the military community through security of resources, crime prevention programs, and preservation of law and order.
He is the son of Patricia A. Pruski and Grant E.J. Deaver, both of Pasadena.
The private is a 1990 graduate of Chesapeake Senior High School.
ZITZEWITZ COMPLETES RECRUIT TRAINING
Coast Guard Seaman Apprentice George D. Zitzewitz, son of Mary V. Smith of Annapolis, recently graduatedfrom Coast Guard recruit training.
Zitzewitz attended the eight-week training at the Coast Guard Training Center, Cape May, N.J. Amongthe subjects he studied were first aid, Coast Guard history and seamanship, communications, damage control, fire fighting, and physical conditioning.
He is a 1986 graduate of Annapolis Senior High School.
SMITH COMMENDED FOR PROFESSIONALISM
Marine Sgt. Calvin E. Smith, son of Lottie A. and Robert Green III of Annapolis, recently was commended while serving with Third Marine Aircraft Wing, Camp Pendelton, Calif.
Smith was recognized for his outstanding performance of duty, professionalism, and overall dedication to the service.
He is a 1985 graduate of Annapolis High School.
THREE SERVICEMEN RETURN FROM GULF
Three area servicemen recently returned from deployment to the Middle East in support of Operation Desert Shield:
* Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Gerhard P. Fox, son of Gary Fox and Trudy Griton-Fox of Laurel. He is a 1984 graduate of Laurel High School.
* Navy Airman Henry Q. Zecher, son of Meredith M. and Robert J. Mancini Jr. of Laurel. He is a 1988 graduate of Laurel High School.
* Navy Lt. David S. Wilson, son of Donald S. and Polly H. Wilson of Crownsville. He is a 1982 graduate of Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Mass.
PEACEKEEPING FORCE INCLUDES SGT. LITTELL
Army Sgt. Brian J. Littell is a member of the 17th Infantry at Fort Richardson, Alaska, participating in the multinational peacekeeping force and observers (MFO) as the primary U.S. military contingent in the Sinai.
The MFO, an independent agency responsible to the governmentsof Israel and Egypt, was established as a result of the 1979 Egypt-Israel peace treaty.
The mission of the unit is to operate checkpoints and observation posts, and conduct reconnaissance patrols along the Sinai Peninsula.
Littell is a team leader/automatic rifleman.
He is the son of Bertha M. Littell of Baltimore.
The sergeant isa 1981 graduate of Brooklyn Park High School.
MARCIL GRADUATES FROM STAFF SCHOOL
Capt. Roger B. Marcil has graduated from the Army's Combined Arms and Services Staff School, Fort Leavenworth, Kan.
The cornerstone of the Army's officer education course is designed to train officers in the skills needed to be effective staff members withthe force in the field.
The curriculum included preparing a command budget, setting up training programs, mobilizing and deploying mock units, and giving staff presentations.
The captain is the son of Roger B. Marcil of Annapolis.
He is a 1977 graduate of Bowie Senior High School, and a 1981 graduate of West Virginia University, Morgantown.
WALKER COMPLETES 58-DAY RANGER TRIP
Specialist Claude E. Walker has graduated from the 58-day Ranger course at the Infantry School, Fort Benning, Columbus, Ga.
Ranger training is held at Fort Benning, in the mountains of northern Georgia, the desert at Fort Bliss, Texas, and in the Florida swamps. The course is designed to develop confident and capable small-unit leaders.
The course is stress-oriented to develop the ability to lead and command under heavy mental, emotional and physical pressures. The emphasis is on practical, realistic, and strenuous field exercises, using the infantry rifle squad and platoon organization as a vehicle toward these goals.
Walkeris the son of Mamie L. Walker of Severn.
His wife, Sharon, is the daughter of Walter E. Gray of Annapolis.
He is a 1984 graduate ofMeade High School.
KEATING IS ELECTED A DIRECTOR OF SAE
Eugene L. Keating, professor of mechanical engineering, U.S. Naval Academy, has been elected to a three-year term as an SAE director.