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May 19, 1991
* Marine Lance Cpl. Tammy S. Woehler, daughter of David W. and Sara V. Reed of Hampstead, recently reported for duty with Headquarters and Support Battalion, Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune, N.C.A 1982 graduate of North Carroll High School, she joined the Marine Corps inFebruary 1985.* Navy Chief Petty Officer Carey D. Strawbridge, whose wife, Sonia, is the daughter of Anita L. Mobley of Sykesville, recently returned from deployment to the Middle East in support of Operation Desert Storm while serving aboard the guided missile cruiser, USS San Jacinto, homeported in Norfolk, Va.Operation Desert Storm was the largest deployment of U.S. military forces since Vietnam.
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NEWS
August 4, 1991
Marine Cpl. Willie C. P. Kendrick III, son of Willie Kendrick of Laurel, recently returned from service in Operation Desert Storm and Operation Sea Angel, a relief effort aimed at helping Bangladesh recoverfrom a cyclone. The 1987 graduate of Laurel High School joined the Marine Corps in October 1987.Marine Cpl. John W. Zielinski, son ofJoanne and John Zielinski Jr. of Sykesville, also returned from deployment in the Middle East in support of Operation Desert Storm. Zielinski joined the Marine Corps in January 1987.
NEWS
October 6, 1991
Airman Jennifer B. Hopkins graduated from the aircraft loadmaster course at Sheppard Air Force Base, Wichita Falls, Texas.Hopkins, the daughter of Patricia Becker of Columbia and Kenneth Hopkins of Ellicott City, graduated from Hammond High School in 1989.MEWSHAW AT NEWPOSTMarine Lance Cpl. Michael E. Mewshaw, son of Sam G. Mewshaw of Laurel, reported for duty at Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point, N.C.2 TRAIN AS LEADERSBradley E. Stockham and Randy Mullican received practical work in military leadership at the ROTC advanced camp at Fort Lewis, Tacoma, Wash.
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By DAN BERGER | December 8, 1999
Lucky ol'Kurt. From now on it's all O'Malley's fault.Don't call systematic coporal punishment of youthful serious offenders, "boot camp." That's not what the armed forces do. It slanders the Marine Corps.Martian scientists have captured the Polar Lander and are dismantling it to learn about the life form that sent it.Correction: An item in the space Monday said, "What's a deputy mayor and why do we need five?" That should have read, "four." I regret the error.
NEWS
July 12, 1992
* Marine Corps Chief Warrant Officer II Joseph R. Eagle recently graduated from the University of Maryland with a bachelor of science degree in business administration.He maintained a 3.5 grade point average. He completed his degree requirements by attending night school at various universities throughout the world, wherever he was assigned for duty.Warrant Officer Eagle and his wife, Diane, live in Eldersburg with their two sons, Brian and Timothy. Diane Eagle is the daughter of Samuel and Kathy Young of Sykesville.
NEWS
July 7, 1991
Marine 2nd Lt. Gregory J. Hanville, son of George J. and Margaret A.Hanville, has graduated from The Basic School.While attending The Basic School, at the Marine Corps Combat Development Command in Quantico, Va., Hanville was prepared as a newly commissioned officer forassignment to the Fleet Marine Force.The 26-week course includes instruction land navigation, marksmanship, tactics, military law, personnel administration, Marine Corps history and traditions, communications and techniques of military instruction.
NEWS
July 21, 1991
* Marine Pfc. Chad M. Austin, son of Arthur S. and Laura Austin of Manchester, has completed the Basic Assault Amphibian Crewman's Course.The seven-week skill training with Schools Battalion, Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton, Calif., prepared him for assignment to a Marine assault amphibian unit. Assault amphibian vehicles are used to transport troops and supplies both from ship to beachhead during subsequent operations ashore.He received instruction on the vehicles capabilities and operating characteristics; participated in land and water driving exercises; and studied operator-level maintenance procedures.
NEWS
By Staff report | September 29, 1992
Middle school students urged to tune out in Oct. Sixth-graders at North Carroll Middle School in Hampstead are being encouraged to turn off the tube for the month of October."
NEWS
By David Wood and David Wood,David.wood@baltsun.com | March 3, 2009
Midshipman William Selby surveyed the options for graduates of the Naval Academy and passed over ship officer, aircraft pilot and submariner for arguably the most dangerous selection of all: a career in the Marine Corps. "An easy choice," the Frederick native said. "I wanted to be where the action is." Selby, 21, is one of 273 first classmen, or "firsties," who will receive commissions in the Marine Corps this year. It is the highest number in recent Naval Academy history, accounting for more than 25 percent of the graduating class of just over 1,000.
NEWS
November 20, 2007
Charles Gillis "Max" Maxwell, a retired Western Electric Corp. machine operator, died of a stroke Friday at a Hanover, Va., hospital. The former Dundalk resident was 62. Mr. Maxwell was born and raised in Baltimore and graduated from Our Lady of Lourdes Parochial School. He served with a Marine Corps infantry unit in Vietnam from 1963 to 1967. He attained the rank of corporal, and his decorations included the Marine Corps Rifle Sharpshooters Badge. After being discharged from the Marine Corps, he joined Western Electric's Point Breeze plant, where he worked as a quality-control inspector until transferring to the Hanover, Va., plant in 1983.
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