The American Veterans of World War II, Korea and Vietnam Post 3 Fort George Meade will have their regular monthly meeting at 7;30 p.m. Wednesday, April 3 in the Crystal Room of the Four Winds NCO Club at Fort Meade.
The agenda includes Desert Storm homecoming celebrations and nomination of officers for the coming year. Interested veteransof the armed forces, including all who have served on active duty since Sept. 1. 1940, those who are currently on active duty, and those members of the reserve or National Guard who entered or continued their service after May 8, 1975 and served six continous months active duty training, are invited to attend.
Information: Vaughn Brown at 551-9622.
DAVIS, STRONG HONORED
Coast Guard Cadet Mary J. Davis, daughter of Joseph J. Davis of Severna Park, and Coast Guard Cadet Christopher A. Strong, son of Edward A.and Maureen Strong of Pasadena, were selected for the Superintendent's List at the United States Coast Guard Academy, New London, Conn.
They were selected for the Superintendent's List after they earned placement on both the Dean's List (for academic excellence) and the Commandant of Cadet's List (for exemplary military leadership).
Davis is a 1988 graduate of Archbishop Spalding High School, Severn.
UTZIG WINS ASSAULT BADGE
Specialist Timothy J. Utzig was presented the Air Assault Badge upon graduation from the Army's air assault school at Schofield Barracks, Ha.
Trainees learned to rapidly and safely exit from a variety of difficult situations, whether descending into tree tops or lowering themselves or injured soldiers down sheer drops.
He is an air defense gunnery crew member.
The soldier is the son of Ronald M. Utzig of Glen Burnie and Katherine Utzig of Amherst, N.Y.
His wife, Barbara, is the daughter of Bill Mclucas of GlenBurnie.
He is a 1988 graduate of Andover Senior High School.
OH LEARNS ABOUT INFANTRY
Marine Pfc. Seving W. Oh, son of Henry S. andSandra Oh of Annapolis, has completed the School of Infantry.
During the course, conducted at Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune, N.C., Oh received classroom instruction and participated in field exercises involving infantry tactics, the construction and camouflage of lighting positions, the use of mines and other demolitions, and intracompany communications equipment.
He is a 1990 graduate of Broadneck Senior High School.
ASHE TO WORK ON HULLS
Navy Fireman Apprentice Jeffrey W. Ashe, son of Stanley W. and Geraldine M. Ashe of Pasadena, graduated from Basic Hull Maintenance Technician School.
During the 11-week course at Naval Damage Control Training Center, Naval Base, Philadelphia, Ashe received instruction on the basics of welding, pipe-fitting and metal smithing. He also studied the procedures used to fabricate, install and repair all types of shipboard structures.
BAUGHMAN ENDS COURSE
Pvt. Paul J. Baughman has completed the motor transport operator course at Fort Dix, Trenton, N.J.
Training includedoperation of light and heavy military vehicles in on- and off-road and blackout conditions. Other topics were accident prevention and reporting, operator maintenance and motor marches.
He is the son of Evelyn S. Baughman of Fort Meade.
The private is a 1990 graduate ofFort Meade Senior High School.
Captain Stephen M. Tanous has completed undergraduate space training at Lowry Air Force Base, Denver.
Training included space operations, science fundamentals, computers, space flight, space environment, shuttle operations,and command center operations.
He is the son of Michael A. Tanousof Colorado Springs, Colo., and Jean M. Grunwald of Pasadena.
AMICK A QUARTERMASTER
Navy Seaman Apprentice John B. Amick, son of Kathryn P. Amick of Arnold, has graduated from Basic Quartermaster School.
During the five-week course at Service Schools Command, Naval Training Center, Orlando, Fla., Amick received instruction on proceduresfor assisting navigators with maintaining and correcting ships' courses at sea. In addition, Amick studied the techniques for steering ships and how to read compasses, depth finders, radio direction findersand long range aids to navigation (LORAN) receivers.
Private First Class Louis P. Cianfrani has completed training at the U.S. Army Infantry School, Fort Benning, Columbus, Ga.
During the course, students received training which qualified them as light-weapons infantryman and as indirect-fire crewmen in a rifle or mortar squad.
Instruction included weapons qualifications, tactics, patrolling, land mine warfare, field and combat operations.
Cianfrani is the son of Ruth E. Cianfrani of Pasadena.
He graduated in 1986 from Northwest High School, Pasadena, and received an associate degree in 1988 from Baltimore International Culinary Arts Institute.
* Marine First Lieutenant Kelly F. Caulk, son of Robert F. and Elizabeth S. Caulk of Annapolis, has been promoted to his present rank while serving with Third Marine Aircraft Wing, MarineCorps Air Station, Camp Pendleton, Ca.