Boutin gets commissionNavy Ensign Charles T. Boutin, son...

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June 14, 1992

Boutin gets commission

Navy Ensign Charles T. Boutin, son of Charles R. and Cynthia A. Boutin of Aberdeen, graduated from the U.S Naval Academy on May 27 and was commissioned to his present rank.

At the academy, Boutin had four years of intensive academic, physical and professional training, culminating with a bachelor's degree in English.

Boutin will report for duty at Naval Special Warfare Center, Coronado, Calif.

I= He is a 1988 graduate of John Carroll School, in Bel Air.

McNulty heads to Fla.

Navy Ensign Michael E. McNulty, son of Edward J. and Catherine M. McNulty of Bel Air, graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy on May 27 and was commissioned to his present rank.

At the academy, McNulty had four years of intensive academic, physical and professional training, culminating with a bachelor's degree in political science.

McNulty will report for duty at Nuclear Power School, Orlando, Fla.

I= He is a 1988 graduate of John Carroll School, in Bel Air.

Reid completes training

Marine Pfc. Jacques T. Reid, son of Vickie F. Long of Bel Air, recently completed recruit training and was promoted to his present rank.

During the training cycle at Marine Corps Depot, San Diego, recruits are taught the basics of battlefield survival, introduced to typical military daily routine and personal and professional standards.

:. He joined the Coast Guard in January 1992.

Hotz returns from N.C.

Capt. Bill Hotz Jr., of Edgewood, recently returned from the "Ocean Venture" exercise in Fort Bragg, N.C.

He participated as the Army's airspace manager for the exercise, which featured more than 30,000 troops from all service branches.

He is the commander of G Company, Maryland National Guard ATC unit, in Edgewood.

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