Allen Ends Training

Service notes

July 28, 1991

Marine 2nd Lt. Khyron S. Allen, son of Stan and Josita Allen of Columbia, has graduated from the Basic School at the Marine Corps Combat Development Command, Quantico, Va.

Allen, who was prepared as a newly commissioned officer for assignment to the Fleet Marine Force, joined the Marine Corps in April 1988.

LOWER GETS HIS WINGS

2nd Lt. Patrick K. Lower, son of Edward and Bonnie Lower of Clarksville, received his wings after completing 13 months of training from the U.S. Army Aviation Flight School, Fort Rucker, Ala.

Lower, who is a 1985 graduate of Atholton High School, is qualified to fly Huey and Cobra helicopters.

JONES IS CRYPTOLOGIST

Navy Seaman David P. Jones, son of Lynn A. Jones of Laurel, completed the Advanced Non-Morse Operator Course at Naval Technical Center, Corry Station, Pensacola, Fla.

Jones, who joined the Navy in Sept. 1990, received training required to enter one of five cryptologic technician specializedcourses.

HALL HAS INTERNSHIP

Capt. Donald P. Hall Jr., son of Donald and Lonnie Hall of Sykesville, has completed a psychiatry internship program at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington.

The captain received his medical doctorate in 1990 from Georgetown Medical School.

GEORGE FINISHES TRAINING

Navy Seaman Recruit ChristopherA. George, son of June E. George of Mount Airy, completed recruit training in Orlando, Fla.

George joined the Navy in April 1991.

POLLOCK IN OKLAHOMA

Pvt. Richard J. Pollock, son of Richard and Diane Pollock of Mount Airy, has completed the basic field artillery cannoneer course at Fort Sill, Okla.

Pollock is a 1989 graduate of Linganore High School.

HAINES IN AEROSPACE

Airman William E. Haines, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth D. Haines Sr. of Sykesville, has graduated from the aerospace propulsion specialist course at Chanute Air Force Base, Rantoul, Ill.

Haines is a 1990 graduate of Liberty High School.

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