* Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Chris E. Angleberger recently returned to Mayport, Fla., aboard the aircraft carrier USS Forrestal following a seven-month deployment to the Mediterranean and the Red Sea.
He deployed with the 10-ship battle group while it conducted operations and provided support for the Kurdish relief effort.
Before leaving the Mediterranean, Angleberger also participated in several multinational training exercises with eight European countries.
The is the last operational deployment for the USS Forrestal.The 36-year-old carrier will transfer to Pensacola, Fla., in late January 1992 to become the Navy's aviation training vessel.
Angleberger is the son of Carl E. and Betty J. Angleberger of Rocky Ridge.
A 1989 graduate of Catoctin High School in Thurmont, Frederick County, he joined the Navy in June 1989.
* Navy Chief Petty Officer Angela M. Maurer, daughter of Lydia D. Tall of Westminster, recently waspromoted to her present rank while serving at Trident Command and Control System Maintenance Activity, Newport, R.I.
She is a 1979 graduate of Westminster High School and a 1990graduate of Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, Ill.
* Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Danny W. Nightingale is in the Persian Gulf aboard the aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower, home ported in Norfolk, Va., and is midway through a six-month deployment.
In November, he participated inexercise "Eager Mace," a 10-dayjoint amphibious landing exercise in Kuwait. The operation was designed to help increase the readiness of combined forces in the Middle East.
The USS Eisenhower and its crew continued training with exercise "Sandstorm" with the U.S. Air Force. This exercise included simulated air strikes and tested the carrier's ability to retaliate against air attacks.
Nightingale recentlyvisited the city of Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates.
He is theson of Jacqueline R. Wallace and stepson of James Wallace of Mount Airy.
The 1982 South Carroll High School graduate joined the Navy in March 1982 under the delayed entry program.
* Navy Seaman Recruit Sean K. Davis, son of Gordon L. Davis and Sandra E. Buckler of Westminster, recently completed basic training at Recruit Training Command, Orlando, Fla.
During the cycle, recruits are taught general military subjects designed to prepare them for further academic and on-the-job training in one of the Navy's 85 occupational fields.
Studies include seamanship, close-order drill, naval history and first aid.