Tyndall Lieutenants Selected For Promotion
April 21,19T7 artistic Now, is billion with to extra many of coronary the of Tyndall Lieutenants Selected For Promotion Twenty-five lieutenants at Tyndall AFB have been selected tor promotion to captain and will pin on their new rank between July land Dec. 31. Selected from the 3625th Technical Training Squadron are Linda L. Burgess, Michael J. Creamer, Karleen Grant, Rodney A. Krueger, Jackie R. Martin, George R. O'Brien and Dennis R.Ramsey, Selected from the 678th Air Defense Group are William H. Campbell, Peter B. Card and Joseph D. Eltrlch. From the 95th Fighter Interceptor Training Squadron (FITS) are Vance Dawson, Dale E. Spleth and Daniel R. Zoerb. New captains from the 319th FITS are John J. burke, Deborah L. Gable, Michael A. Maldovan, Kenneth W. Pompa and Michael Weathersby. Selected from 2nd PITS are Joseph Leadlngham and Mark J. Ronslck. Other captain selectees are: Wayne E. Cowan and Linda F. Wright, USAF Hospital; John C. Garcia, 202l8t Communications Squadron; Thomas B, Haythorn, 475th Test Squadron; and Carol A. Simmons, 4756th Air Detcnse Squadron. ACADEMIC HONOR TSgl. James Tingley, 4756th Avionics Maintenance Squadron at Tyndall AFB, was one of the students winning academic awards In the recent class at the Aerospace Defense Command's NCO Academy. He was honored as one of the distinguished graduates. Tyndallttes graduating were TSgt. Maek Byrd, 47S6th Security Security Police Squadron; SSgt. James R. Hamilton, Air Force Civil Engineering Center (AFCBC); MSgt. Geneva K. Lettel, 47S6th Supply Squadron; TSgt. Frank R, Longosky, Air Defense Weapons Center; and MSgt. Dewey 0, Parker, 47S6th Supply Squadron, Also TSgt. James B, Shupe, 47S6th Organizational Maintenance Squadron; SSgt. Raphael C. Solleau, AFCEC; TSgt. Harry M. Splvey Detachment Detachment 5, 39th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Wing; and Tsgt, Robert T. Young, 202l8t Communications Communications Squadron. The guest speaker for the graduation was George M. Douglas, Air Force Association president. BOOSTERS CLUB The Tyndall AFB Youth Sports Booster Club will hold a general membership meeting Thursday at 8 p.m. in the youth center. All members are urged to attend and bring prospective members. The club is in need of people willing to volunteer a tew hours to help raise funds for sporting equipment for youth programs on base. Members in the organization Is $3 per year. These funds are used to buy sporting equipment and supplies. Some of the Items the Booster Club has helped to purchase Include a 5-man blocking blocking sled for football, stopwatches stopwatches tor the swimming teams, permanent soccer goals, girls Softball uniforms and many other Items. Parents have been given a dis- children participating In youth sports. The first child pays the full registration tee, the second child only 75 per cent and any additional children pay only 80 per cent of the fee. This discount was made possible by parents and Interested persons supporting supporting the Tyndall Booster Club, fount this vcar It they have JinksLists Honor Roll Stacey Dlltz, Scott Dorseh; Lorena Landgrat; Day Loijue; Jinks Junior High School has released the third nine weeks' grading period Honor Roll, Receiving Highest Honors In the seventh grade were Mllette Acton; Acton; Vonda Barnes; Colleen Devlne; and Leslie Gtvens; Eighth grade: Angle Biegler, KatI Mandoki; Mairtha Roughton; Eric Ryder; Kim VanBngelenhoven; and Charlie Webb; Ninth grade: Jeff Gainous; Tim Grady; and Genia Pons.