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Calhoun: The NPS Institutional ArchiveInstitutional PublicationsCommencement Ceremony programs1977-06Naval Postgraduate School GraduationExercises / Class of June 1977Naval Postgraduate School (U.S.)Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate Schoolhttp://hdl.handle.net/10945/41088

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we-/. LIBRARY,. '.i A ff. SCHOOL:! II-. 9"l91011 . FL!- UC'),'- .?. ·iSuperintendentISHAM LINDERJ.\ Ll8t- .'\ HY,1:{:\ UU/\ rE. SCHOUL: :'. r.1 U F. 9 .' i940-I ·.Rear Admiral, United States l'lovyProvostJACK R. BORSTINGDoctor of PhilosophyDirector of ProgramsJOSEPH M. BARRONCaptain, United States l'lavyDean of Information and Policy SciencesDAVID A. SCHRADYDoctor of PhilosophyDean of Science and EngineeringROBERT R. FOSSUMDoc:tor of PhilosophyMISSION"To conduct and direct advanced education of commissionedofficers and to provide such other technical and professional instruction as may be prescribed to meet the needs of the NavalService; and, in support of the foregoing, to foster and encouragea program of research in order to sustain academic excellence."

th PROqRamPROCESSIONALProfessor ALFRED W.M. COOPER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grand MarshalProfessor RUSSEL H. STOLFI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Marshal0Professor CRAIG COMSTOCK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MarshalLieutenant Colonel NEIL P. MILLER, U.S. Marine CorpsMarshalNATIONAL ANTHEMINVOCATIONCommander JOHN H. KAELBERER, CHC, U.S. NavyINTRODUCTION OF SPEAKERRear Admiral ISHAM LINDER, U.S. NavyADDRESS TO GRADUATESBrigadier General EDWARD J. MEGARR, U.S. Marine CorpsCommanding General, Force Troops, PacificPRESENTATION OF A WARDSNaval Postgraduate School Foundation Special Scholarship AwardsRear Admiral John Jay Schiefflin Award in Excellence in TeachingNavy League of Monterey AwardAdmiral William Adger Moffett AwardW. Randolph Church AwardMewborn Student Research AwardCaptain Woelfel AwardNaval Sea Systems Command Award in Naval EngineeringNaval Sea Systems Command Award in Weapons EngineeringNaval Electronics Systems Command Award0PRESENTATION OF CANDIDATESBY DEPARTMENT CHAIRMENANNOUNCEMENT OF DEGREESRear Admiral ISHAM LINDER, U.S. NavyProvost JACK R. BORSTINGBENEDICTIONCommander JOHN H. KAELBERER, CHC, U.S. NavyRECESSIONAL

plat ORmO.WO.RbSpaRtYFIRST ROW (left to right)SECOND ROWCommander J.H. KaelbererCHC, U.S. NavyDeportment of Administrative SciencesNAVY LEAGUE OF MONTEREY AWARDfor ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTProfessor Carl R. JonesLieutenant Commander JOHN S. BEACHY, U.S.NavyChaplain, Naval Postgraduate SchoolMr. Thomas F. DixonAmeri can lnsti1ute of Aeronautics and AstronauticsMrs. Jane HerbstNava l Postgraduate School foundationColonel Melvin RiggertUnited States Air ForceADMIRAL WILLIAM ADGER MOFFETT AWARDProfessor Gordon R. BradleyLieutenant Commander DONALD L. FINCH, U.S. NavyDeportment of Computer ScienceProfessor K.E. WoehlerDepartment of Physics and ChemistrycW. RANDOLPH CHURCH AWARDLieutenant Commander JOSEPH A. STRADA, U.S. NavyProfessor Dale F. LeipperMEWBORN STUDENT RESEARCH AWARDDepartment of Oceanography* Lieutenant RICHARD G. KELLY, U.S. NavyProvost Jack R. BorstingProvost, Naval Postgroduote SchoolProfessor George J. HaltinerRear Admiral Isham Linder, U.S. NavyCAPTAIN WOELFEL AWARDDeportment of MeteorologySupe rin te ndent, Naval Postgraduate SchoolBrigadier General Edward J. MegarrU.S. Marine CorpsLieutenant CHARLES R. ELLIN, U.S. NavyProfessor Michael G. SovereignDepartment of Operations ResearchNAVAL SEA SYSTEMS COMMAND AWARDCommanding General, Force Troops, PacificMajor General Robert A. KirwanUnited States ArmyCaptain Fred W. FolgerUnited States Coast GuardMr. Donald M. LaytonPresident, Monterey Peninsula Councilof the Novy LeagueCaptain John C. WoelfelU.S. Navy (Ret)in NAVAL ENGINEERINGProfessor Allen E. FuhsLieutenant BRUCE A. WILLIAMS, U.S. NavyDepartment of Mechanical EngineeringNAVAL ELECTRONICS SYSTEMS COMMAND AWARDProfessor Richard W. Bellfor DISTINGUISHED ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTDeportment of AeronauticsProfessor Donald E. KirkDeportment of Elect ri cal Engineering0*Lieutenant Commander SEABORN M. McCRORY Ill, U.S. NavyNAVAL SEA SYSTEMS COMMAND AWARD forWEAPONS SYSTEMS ENGINEERING EXCELLENCEProfessor P.J . ParkerDeportment of National Security Affairs*Lieutenant Commander JAMES S. POLK, U.S. NavyCaptain Joseph M. Barron, U.S. NavyDirector of Programs, NavalPostgraduate School*Awarded in absentia.

NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL DEPARTMENT CHAIRMENth (jRO.bUO.t SProfessor GEORGE J. HALTINERMeteorologyThose officers whose names are preceded by an * are being presentedtheir degrees in absentia.Professor DONALD E. KIRKElectricol EngineeringProfessor CARROLL 0. WILDEBACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERINGMothematicsANES, Adolfo E., LT, VenezuelanProfessor MICHAEL G. SOVEREIGNNavyOperations ResearchBLOSS, Hans A., LTJG, FederalGerman NavyProfessor PATRICK J. PARKERbNational Security AffairsProfessor RICHARD W. BELLXUMSAENG, Yodchai, LT, RoyalThai NavyPEREIRA, Jose L., LCDR, BrazilianNavy AeronouticsProfessor DALE F. LEIPPERROCHA, lvano D., LCDR, BrazilianNavy"'OceonogrophyMASTER OF ARTS IN NATIONAL SECURITY AFFAIRSProfessor ALLEN E. FUHSMechanical EngineeringCOE, Richard E., CAPT, USAFProfessor K.E. WOEHLER* EASTERLY, James C., CAPT, USAFHELMS, David L., CAPT, USAFPhysics and ChemistryCommander CHARLES P. GIBFRIED, USNComputer ScienceMURRAY, Paul E., CPT, USAWILLIAMS, George M., MAJ, USAMASTER OF SCIENCE IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERINGProfessor CARL R. JONESROBINSON, kAdministrative Science.-,s R., II, CAPT,USMC No'! , NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL CURRICULAR OFFICERS0Lieutenant Commander JOSEPH H. CYR, JR., U.S. NavyOperations Research I Systems Analysis\RENFREE, Peter R., LT, USNWAITS, Kenneth D., CAPT, USMCBALL, Robert H., LCDR, USNFUENTEZ, Raymond M., LCDR, USNCommander LEO A. LUKENAS, U.S. NavyPA TION, James W., LT, USNRIEDEL, Rolf-Guenther, LCDR,Federal German NavySILALAHI, Rondang M.,Indonesian NavyMAJ,Aeronautical EngineeringFUJISAWA, Kunio, LT, JapaneseMaritime Self Defense ForceVICK, Paul S., LT, USNCommander CARLYSLE J. THOMAS, U.S. NavyHAMPSHIRE, Eddie W., LT, USNYAYASUWARY A, Sh aka, LTCOL,Electronics and CommunicationsO 'BRYON, Raymond T., LT, USNIndonesian Air ForceCommander EDWARD J. MAHON, U.S. NavyWeapons EngineeringCommander ROBERT L. WARTERS, U.S. NavyNaval EngineeringCommander JERRY D. JARRELL, U.S. NavyEnvironmental SciencesCommander JAMES T. FLEMING, U.S. NavyAdministrative SciencesCommander WINDOM L. ESTES, U.S. NavyComputer TechnologyCommander THOMAS H. BARR, U.S. NavyNaval Intelligencec0MASTER OF SCIENCE IN AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING*OLSEN, Peter C., LT, USCGYOUNG, Paul D.,MAJ, USMCBEAUDET, Carl A., LT, USNCASKO, John D., LT, USN*CHICOINE, Rene J., LCDR, USNFETZER, William W., Jr., LT, USNHEARD, Chester A., LT, USNKAIL, Karl A., IV, LT, USNKRUMBHOLZ, Karl 0., LT, USNLANCASTER, Emmett J., II, LT, USNEATON, George A., Jr., LCDR, USNMADY, Clemens J., Jr., LT, USNENGLEHARDT, Cleveland D., LT,USNMCINTYRE, Lewis F., LT, USNRUSSELL, Robert W., LT, USN

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERINGDALEY, Michael J., LT, USNPOST, Richard A., LT, USNDURAO, Mario D., LT, PortugueseNavySAVORY, John R., LT, USNELLIN, Charles R., LT, ·USNKANAZAWA, Masaaki, LT, JapaneseMaritime Self Defense ForceMASTER OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER SCIENCETANTRAKUL, Chaiyuth, LT, RoyalThai NavyTONEY, James H., LT, USNWILLIAMS, Bruce A., LT, USNDALTON, Thomas R., CAPT, USMCDOYLE, Patrick M., LT, USNFRYDRYCHOWICZ, James J., CAPT,USMCFIEGL, Erik, LCDR, Federal GermanNavyHOUSTON, Dan P., CAPT, USMCGODLEY, John B., LCDR, USNRMcCORD, Boyd S., CAPT, USMCHOFFMANN, Heinz-Michael, LCDR,Federal German NavyMULLER, Richard J., MAJ, USMCRHOADS, Larry E., CAPT, USMCMASTER OF SCIENCE IN APPLIED SCIENCEROESCH, Robert W., Jr., CAPT, USMCGOESLING, William H., LCDR, USNMcNEIL, Charles E., MAJ, USAFSIBRE, Charles E., LT, USCGMASTER OF SCIENCE IN OPERATIONS RESEARCHBANIS, Felix G., II, CPT, USADEWALD, Lee S., CPT, USAHINCHEY, John A., CAPT, USAFBURKHEAD, Franklin, Jr., LCDR, USNCLOVES, Robert D., Jr., LCDR, USNANDERSON, James R.KELLER, Joseph F., LT, USNMETKARUNCHIT, Treepet, CAPT,Royal Thai ArmyROBERTSON, Michael D.,LT, USNTHOMAS, Michael C., LT, USNCUZZOCREA, John L., LT, USN*LIPPERT, Keith W., LT, USNMOORE, Harry R., II, LT, USNMASTER OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER SYSTEMSMANAGEMENTSIBRE, Charles E., LT, USCGMASTER OF SCIENCE IN METEOROLOGYKEENAN, John C., CPT, USAKIM, Jong Kil, MAJ, Korean ArmyMACIAS, Valente, Jr., CAPT, USAFGODIN, Raymond H., LT, USNRRHOADS, Thomas H., MAJ, USANICKLIN, Donald S., lLT, USAFLUBECK, Olaf M., LT, USNRWARLEY, Ronald R., CPT, USAMUST AMAR, CAPT, IndonesianAir ForceSHEWCHUK, John D., CAPT, USAFPATTERSON, Wayne L., LT, USNABOESENO, CAPT, IndonesianArmyPARK, Kwan Chui, CPT, KoreanArmyVAN ORMAN, Brian L., CAPT, USAFGAINEY, John M., Ill, LCDR, USNMASTER OF SCIENCE IN METEOROLOGYAND OCEANOGRAPHYMASTER OF SCIENCE IN MANAGEMENTBERRY, George H., LT, USNMASTER OF SCIENCE IN OCEANOGRAPHYRANEY, Sharon D.MASTER OF SCIENCE IN PHYSICSANDERSON, Samuel K., LT, USNHOUK, William A., LT, USNBEACHY, John S., LCDR, USNKELLY, Patrick W., LT, USNFUNK, William T., LT, USN* POLK, James S., LCDR, USNHALLIDAY, William H., MAJ,Canadian Forces* SMITH, Gary L., LT, USNSONTHEIMER, Richard F., LT, USNcMATZKO, Dean H., MAJ, USMCBRADLEY, Fred H., Jr., LT, USNPATROW, Renee, CAPT, USMCBUCKNER, Ernest W., CDR, USNRIESZ, James R., LT, USCGSAMUELSON, Roy C., Jr., LT, USCGCAMP, Robert T., LT, USNCHANDLER, Thomas H., LCDR, USNFOUNTAIN, David C., CPT, USACRANK, Harold L., LT, USNGOLDEN, Kim B., CPT, USAEDWARDS, Daniel D., LT, USNSHERWOOD, Richard W., CPT, USAEARLY, EugeneABU AL-SAMH, Rashad, CDR, RoyalSaudi Arabian Naval ForcesESHGHI, Alireza, CDR, ImperialIranian NavyANDERSON, Wayne H., LT, USNFETZER, William W., Jr., LT, USNARRAIZ, Silvio E., LCDR, VenezuelanNavyFOOTE, Morris C., LCDR, USNGOESLING, William H., LCDR, USN

THE NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOLMASTER OF SCIENCE IN MANAGEMENT Continued)GREEN, William T., LCDR, USNMOSHER, Richard L., LCDR, USNHOLLIS, Michael K., LT, USNNUSANTORO, Priyadi, LCDR,Indonesian NavyJONES, Rudolph, LT, USNKIM, Pyong-U, CDR, Republic ofKorea NavyKOEPP, Gary E., LCDR, USNThe Naval Postgraduate School had a modest beginning at the NavalAcademy at Annapolis in 1909, at which time the first class of ten officersenrolled in the School of Marine Engineering. Jn 1912, the School was designated the Postgraduate Department of the Naval Academy, and the scopeof its engineering curricula was broadened to include Ordnance, Naval Construction and Civil Engineering.PRIGMORE, Marvin E., LCDR, USN*RABOLD, Bernard L., Jr., LT, USNAfter a suspension of operations during World War I, the PostgraduateDepartment resumed operations in 1919; two years later it was officially designated the "Naval Postgraduate School." A further extension of its curriculaand the growth of its enrollment took place in the years between the twoWorld Wars.ROBINSON, Richard D., LCDR, USNKRA TTL!, Robert W., LT, USNKRUSE, Harry R., LCDR, USNSANCHEZ, Domingo H., LCDR, USNLIU, Ke-Cheng, COL, Republic ofChina Marine CorpsSTEIDLE, Robert E., CDR, USNSCHOTTLER, David A., LT, USN MAGEE, Terry E., LT, USNSUAREZ, Manuel, LCDR, VenezuelanNavy*MATTHEWS, John C., LT, USNTALUTIS, William R., LCDR, USN40In 1927, the General Line Course was started within the PostgraduateSchool to acquaint junior line officers with modern developments taking placein the Navy and to broaden their professional knowledge by means of integrated courses in naval science.,-World War II caused an increase in enrollment in the Engineering curriculafrom about 125 to over 600 and a tremendous expansion of activity in contrast to the complete suspension of operations during World War I. Afterhostilities ceased in 1945, a program was initiated to relocate the Postgraduate School and improve its professional status. Between 1945 and 1948,legislation was passed establishing the School as a separate activity under itsown Superintendent; creating the office of Academic Dean; granting the Superintendent the right to award Bachelor's, Master's and Doctor's degrees; authorizing the re-establishment at Monterey, California, and purchasing the DelMonte site. The move to Monterey was conmmenced in 1948 and completedin 1951. . . . . ELECTRICAL ENGINEERBAR-YEHOSHUA, David, LT, Israeli NavyELIT AS, Kayhan S., LT, Turkish NavySHACHAR, Moshe, LTJG, Israeli NavyAERONAUTICAL ENGINEERKAIL, Karl A., JV, LT, USNMECHANICAL ENGINEERDURAO, Mario D., LT, Portuguese NavyELLIN, Charles R., LT, USNPOST, Richard A., LT, USNSAVORY, John R., LT, USNTANTRAKUL, Chaiyuth, LT, Royal Thai NavyWILLIAMS, Bruce A., LT, USNDOCTOR OF ENGINEERING*BELL, Edison L., LT, USNDOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY*CAMPBELL, David R., LCDR, USNSHUMAKER, Robert H., CAPT, USNTUPAZ, Jesus B., CDR, USNj.In 1956, the Navy Management School was established as a componentof the Postgraduate School. Its mission was to provide graduate educationfor Naval officers in the theories, philosophies and application of scientificmethods of management specifically oriented to the Navy in order to advanceefficiency and economy of operation afloat and ashore. In August 1960, theManagement School curriculum was lengthened from a five to a ten-monthcourse leading to a Master's degree for those who could meet the requirementsfor such a degree.In 1958, the General Line School was redesignated as the General Lineand Naval Science School and a Bachelor of Science curriculum was offeredto meet the educational and career requirements of selected officers who didnot have baccalaureate degrees. Further developments in the undergraduateprogram resulted in recognition of the need for a Bachelor of Arts curriculum,which was subsequently inaugurated in the General Line and Naval ScienceSchool in August 1961.A major internal reorganization was approved by the Chief of NavalPersonnel and became effective on 3 August 1962. The three componentschools were consolidated into a single unified Postgraduate School, with academic operations under the direction of a Director of Programs (military) anda Dean of Programs (civilian). The reorganization in no way changed thecurricula offered, but achieved unity of policy and gave emphasis to the educational programs required for the Navy.

o.co.oem1c oRessThe cap and gown and colorful hood so prominent in commencement ceremonies resemble to some extent articles of dress worn by church and university dignitaries in theMiddle Ages. The cap and gown indicate that the wearer is a member of a universityor college. The hood shows the degree the wearer holds.The gown for the bachelor's degree has pointed sleeves and is designed to be wornclosed. The master's gown has closed sleeves, square at the end, the arms comingthrough a slit at the elbow; it may be worn open or closed. The doctor's gown hasbell-shaped sleeves and may be worn open or closed. Down the front the doctor'sgown has a facing of velvet and three bars of the same material on each sleeve. Thefacing and bars may be either black or the color distinctive of the subject to which thedegree pertains. The cap is worn for all degrees; the doctor may wear a goldentassel.Hoods are normally black with a colorful lining rolled outward. Bachelor's hoods arethree feet long, master's three and one half feet, and doctor's four feet.For all academic purposes, including trimmings for the doctor's gown, edgings ofhoods, and tassels of caps, the colors associated with the different subjects are asfollows:Agriculture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MaizeLibrary Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LemonArts, Letters, Humanities . . . . . . . WhiteMusic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PinkBusiness, Commerce . . . . . . DrabPharmacy . . . . . . . . . Olive GreenPhilosophy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dark BlueEducation . . . . . . Light BlueEngineering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OrangePhysical Education . . . Sage GreenForestry . . . . . . . . . RussetScience . . . . . . . . . . Golden YellowHome Economics . . . . . . . . . . . . MaroonTheology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ScarletLaw . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PurpleVeterinary Science . . . . . . . . GrayThe silk or satin lining of the hood is the color or colors of the university or collegewhich conferred the degree. Some have a slash or chevron of contrasting color. Forexample:University Granting DegreeUniversity of Wisconsin . . .University of Minnesota . . .Yale University . . . . . .University of California . . . . . University of Washington . . . . . . .University of Oregon . . . . New York University . . . . . . Stanford University . . . . . . .Columbia University . . . . . .University of Michigan . . . .University of Texas . . . Duke University . . . . . . .Cornell University . . . . .Harvard University . . . . . .Michigan State University . .Iowa State University . . .State University of Iowa . . Oregon State University . . . .Lewis and Clark College . . . . . . . . . .University of Denver . . . . . .LiningSlash or ChevronBright RedOld Gold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MaroonBlueGold . . . . Yale BluePurple Above GoldLemon Yellow . . . . . . . . . Dark GreenVioletCardinalLight Blue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WhiteMaize . . . . . . . . . . . BlueWhite Above Orange . . . . Burnt OrangeRoyal Blue . . . WhiteCardinal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Two WhiteCrimsonGreen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WhiteGold Above CardinalOld GoldBurnt OrangePrinceton Orange . . . . . . Black, OrangeCardinal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GoldThe Naval Postgraduate School hood has a satin liningof dark blue with a gold chevron.,.

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plat ORm paRtY FIRST ROW (left to right) Commander J.H. Kaelberer CHC, U.S. Navy Chaplain, Naval Postgraduate School Mr. Thomas F. Dixon American lnsti1ute of Aeronautics and Astronautics