General To Speak Today

Service notes

November 10, 1991

Marine Corps Lt. Gen. Hank Stackpole III, deputy chief of staff for plans, policies and operations, is the guest speaker at the 23rd annual Massing of the Colors at 2:30 this afternoon in the Naval Academy chapel.

About 80 color guards, representing units and organizations from schoolchildren to active-duty professionals will march into the chapel accompanied by the Navy band. The ceremony is sponsored by Vice Admiral George C. Dyer of the Annapolis chapter of the Military Order of the World Wars.

MIDS TO HELP FEED HUNGRY

Interested countians can donate baskets of holiday food at the 7 p.m. Thanksgiving service Nov. 24 in the Naval Academy's Main Chapel.

The theme is "Giving From the Heart of the Brigade," coordinated by Mary Torrese, a member of the chaplain staff. Midshipmen will givethe baskets to local charities during the service, which will be ledby Chaplain Albert I Slomovitz.

For more information, call 267-2881.

SMITH FINISHES BASIC

Army Reserve Pvt. Lamont A. Smith, son ofRuth I. Smith and grandson of Eva Smith of Annapolis, has completed basic training at Fort Dix in Trenton, N.J.

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CAPTION: LAMONT A. SMITH

SOWDER DONE WITH BASIC

Airman Jay P. Sowder,son of Cheryl C. Ball of Harwood and Michael J. Sowder of Brodhead, Ky., has graduated from Air Force basic training at Lackland A.F.B. in Texas.

Sowder is a 1991 graduate of Rockcastle County High School in Kentucky.

ILLUSTRATION: PHOTO 2

CAPTION: JAY P. SOWDER

HARVEY COMPLETES BASIC

Pvt. Mark A. Harvey, son of Darlene A. Marshall of Glen Burnie, has completed basic training at Fort Dix, N.J.

Harvey is a 1991 graduate of North County High School.

LANDON EARNS MEDAL

Staff Sgt. Michael L. Landon, son of Douglas and Patricia Landon of Binghamton, N.Y., has been decorated with the Air Force Commendation Medal. His wife, Patty, is the daughter of Joe and Ruth Hilliard of Odenton.

Landon, a 1980 graduate of Johnson City Senior High Schoolin New York, is a secure communication systems maintenance technician at Peterson A.F.B. in Colorado.

HOLLO SOLDIER OF YEAR

Army Sgt. Jerry A. Hollo, son of William Hollo of Naugatuck, Conn., and Patricia Hollo of Fairfield, Conn., has been named Soldier of the Year. His wife, Tamara, is the daughter of Donald W. and Mary E. Dakis of Severn.

A 1985 graduate of Roger Ludlowe High School in Fairfield, he is a military police team leader at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii.

HAMILTON IN JAPAN

Air Force Staff Sgt. Kevin B. Hamilton, son of Thelma M. Hyle of Pasadena, has arrived for duty at Kadena Air Base, Japan.

Hamilton, a strategic aircraft maintenance technician, is a 1990 graduate of the University of Southern Maine in Portland.

HAGENSTAD ISAVIATOR

Lt. j.g. Kevin T. Hagenstad, son of M. Thomas and Lee Hagenstad of Sherwood Forest, was recently designated a naval aviator.

Hagenstad was presented the Wings of Gold after 18 months of flighttraining with Training Squadron-24, Naval Air Station Chase Field inBeeville, Texas.

A graduate of Annapolis High School and the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, he joined the Navy in May 1989.

SHERROD FINISHES BASIC

Navy Seaman Recruit Daryl A. Sherrod, sonof James E. and Hope Sherrod of Annapolis, has completed training atRecruit Training Command in Orlando, Fla.

DIETZ REPORTS FOR DUTY

Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Clifford J. Dietz has reported for duty with Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron-122, based at Naval Air Station in Norfolk, Va.

A 1977 graduate of Glen Burnie High School, Dietz joined the Navy in August 1977.

MAYBERRY MAKES AVIATOR

Marine Capt. James S. Mayberry, a 1986 graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, was recently designated a naval aviator. Mayberry was presented the Wings of Gold after 18 months of flight training with Training Squadron-24, Naval Air Station Chase Field, Beeville, Texas.

His wife,Sandra, is the daughter of Roberta Warren of Crofton.

NESBIT ABOARD USS WASP

Navy Airman Recruit William G. Nesbit, son of Mary Nesbitof Glen Burnie, has reported for duty aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Wasp, based in Norfolk, Va.

Nesbit joined the Navy in May.

BURD IN ELECTRONICS WARFARE

Navy Petty Officer 3rd class Scott A. Burd, son of William R. and Carol E. Burd of Arnold, has graduated from the Electronic Warfare Operator Technician School at Corry Station, Pensacola, Fla.

Burd joined the Navy in June 1990.

REZENDES FINISHES BASIC

Navy Seaman Recruit John M. Rezendes, a 1991 graduateof Severna Park High School, has completed training at Recruit Training Command in Orlando, Fla.

FERER CERTIFIED IN REPAIR

Airman Russell S. Ferer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel G. Ferer of Harwood, had graduated from the aerospace ground equipment mechanic course at ChanuteA.F.B. in Rantoul, Ill.

Ferer is a 1989 graduate of South River High School.

WAGNER PROMOTED TO PFC.

Christopher M. Wagner, son of William D. and Nancy J. Wagner of Millersville, has been promoted in the U.S. Army to the rank of private first class.

Wagner is a 1989graduate of Old Mill Senior High School.

BOWERS IN CALIFORNIA

Army Pvt. Kelly Bowers, son of Delores and William A. Watkins of Annapolis, has arrived for duty at Fort Ord, Calif.

Bowers is a combat signaler.

SGT. TRIBBLE RETIRES

Air Force Tech. Sgt. Kevin C. Tribble, son of Halsey L. and Wanita I. Tribble of Severna Park, has retiredafter more than 20 years of service.

Tribble, a 1971 graduate of Severna Park High School, was an aerospace ground equipment mechanic at Hill A.F.B. in Ogden, Utah.

His wife is Air Force Staff Sgt. Jean M. Tribble.

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