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Military Service

Displaying 201 - 250 of 617
Title Date Summary
201 Colonel Shaffer knows Bataan defenses
Alumnus 26:3, p.28
7/1/1942 Pearl M. Shaffer was a second lieutenant and later a captain of infantry the U. S. Army; he has now retired; three other graduates also served in the Spanish-American War.
202 Offers naval training course
Alumnus 26:3, p.3
7/1/1942 V-1 Naval Reserve program offers opportunity to continue study while preparing for service.
203 Age limit raised in Marine reserve
College Eye 33:35, p.4
6/12/1942 Criteria for enlistment.
204 'Future officers' drilled in new military course
College Eye 33:31, p.1
5/8/1942 Faculty conduct classes for men who wish to prepare for military service.
205 It's parade rest for 'campus rookies'
College Eye 33:31, p.1
5/8/1942 Participants in the military survey course practice commands; photo.
206 Notice to junior men
Nelson--Martin Johan (Dean of the Faculty)
College Eye 33:28, p.1
4/17/1942 V-7 program will close.
207 Reserve training program offered
College Eye 33:28, p.1
4/17/1942 ISTC will participate in the V-7 and V-5 programs.
208 Secretary Knox lauds Navy training here
College Eye 33:28, p.1
4/17/1942 For participation in naval reserve program.
209 The Navy and you
College Eye 33:27, p.2
4/10/1942 Description of the various officer training (V) programs.
210 To sophomore men
Nelson--Martin Johan (Dean of the Faculty)
College Eye 33:27, p.1
4/10/1942 Navy V-1 examination will not be given; other arrangements will be made.
211 Urge 'math' training for naval reservists
College Eye 33:20, p.1
212 War booms value of 'math' for men students
College Eye 33:17, p.1
1/23/1942 Professor Watson talks about the value of mathematics for men who will enter military service.
213 Notice to men
Nelson--Martin Johan (Dean of the Faculty)
College Eye 33:16, p.1
1/16/1942 Urges men to take math courses so that they will be better prepared for military service.
214 Application for naval reserve open to juniors and seniors
College Eye 33:15, p.1
1/9/1942 Description of the V-7 program.
215 Work and war cause gap in male enrollment
College Eye 33:15, p.1
1/9/1942 Twenty-seven men have dropped out of school for military service or defense work.
216 James J. Mathews
Alumnus 26:1, p.22
1/1/1942 Stationed at March Field, California, as private first class in the Air Corps.
217 Melvin B. Ingebritsen
Alumnus 26:1, p.20
1/1/1942 Serving in US Army, with rank of Master Sergeant at Camp Claiborne, Louisiana.
218 Roy Olsen
Alumnus 26:1, p.23
1/1/1942 In a course of primary flight instruction at the Palo Airport in King City, California.
219 He's off for the army
Alumnus 25:4, p.17
10/1/1941 Roland Wick departs for army physical; friends up early to see him off; but he returns when he fails the examination; photo.
220 Mighty midgets are after title
Burrell--Harry G. (Student--1941-1942; Bureau of Publications Staff)
Alumnus 25:4, p.7
10/1/1941 It is hard to predict football season success, because many men may be in military service; photo.
221 My day in Uncle Sam's Army
Alumnus 25:4, p.15
10/1/1941 Justin Martin describes a typical day in basic training.
222 Uncle Sam's radio man--John Lakin at Camp Claiborne
Alumnus 25:4, p.16
10/1/1941 John Lakin describes his work with radio communications in the army.
223 Editor says 'good-bye, hello'; Wick is rejected by the army
College Eye 32:39, p.1
7/18/1941 Roland Wick leaves campus, then returns after examination in Des Moines; photo.
224 Teachers College spreads wings of defense over nation
Alumnus 25:3, p.14
7/1/1941 Survey of ISTC alumni who are already in military service; third course for flyers offered on campus and at Livingston Airways; good attendance at conference on teaching democracy; some men do defense work at John Deere; photo.
225 Set up defense council
College Eye 32:33, p.1
5/23/1941 Will advise men on possible military service.
226 Campus Canvass; school--then army say students
College Eye 32:29, p.2
4/25/1941 TC students respond to the question, should the government allow men in college to graduate before calling them to serve in the army?
227 Bacon, former student visits alma mater
College Eye 31:28, p.4
4/19/1940 Noel Bacon completed naval air training; will be stationed on aircraft carrier.
228 Frank Ward
Alumnus 24:1, p.23
1/1/1940 Major in the 17th United States Infantry, with headquarters at Ft. Crook, Nebraska. He and his wife, the former Mary Belle Nicosom, have three children. He has been to England, France, Japan, Siberia, China, Philippines, Hawaii, and Panama.
229 James Luker
Alumnus 24:1, p.27
1/1/1940 Received his commission as second lieutenant in the U. S. Army Aviation Corps and is stationed at Moffett Field, California. He is the nephew of C. W. Wester, Mathematics Department.
230 Robert Schuyhart
Alumnus 22:1, p.24
1/1/1938 Chaplain in the Navy Department; lives in Washington, D. C.
231 From Sergeant to mentor--Whitford
College Eye 28:26, p.4
4/2/1937 A look at Coach Whitford's experiences in the Army during World War I; photo.
232 Captain William Ulysses Watson
Alumnus 20:2, p.31
4/1/1936 Died on January 15, 1936 in Washington D. C., after retiring from the United States Army.
233 Frank Johnson
Alumnus 20:1, p.18
1/1/1936 Captain of the Medical Administrative Corps Reserve, now on active duty; wife's former name was Bernice Davin.
234 Nine of Class of '10 served in World War, records show
Alumnus 19:4, p.11
10/1/1935 Roster of those who were in military service.
235 Editorials; hats off to the navy!
College Eye 24:27, p.2
4/7/1933 Pray for the sailors who died.
236 Julian H. Gist
Alumnus 16:3, p.29
7/1/1932 Captain in the United States Army at Fort Omaha.
237 Photography and study of wild flowers
Public Relations News Release 1931:388, p.1
5/11/1932 Professor Riebe's work appears in a professional journal and in the Des Moines Register; learned photography while in World War I military service.
238 George H. McManus
Alumnus 16:2, p.23
4/1/1932 History of different ranks in his army career; now executive officer of organized reserves in the first corps area.
239 Richard Wallace
Alumnus 16:2, p.15
4/1/1932 Passes Naval Academy examination.
240 Pearl M. Shaffer
Alumnus 16:1, p.27
1/1/1932 As a Colonel in the U.S. Army, he is an instructor for the Iowa National Guard.
241 T. C. man joins air corps of Marines
College Eye 20:39, p.1
6/27/1929 William Kelly will take four year course in Aeronautics Division.
242 J. O. Perrine visits campus
College Eye 19:18, p.5
1/18/1928 Former professor visits and speaks.
243 Another T. C. student to enter West Point
College Eye 18:32, p.1
3/2/1927 Harry Fleeger appointed.
244 Former T. C. student elected to West Point
College Eye 18:29, p.1
2/9/1927 George Woods appointed.
245 A bugaboo about military training
College Eye 18:2, p.4
6/18/1926 Gives reasons in favor of military training.
246 Editorially
College Eye 17:39, p.4
4/7/1926 Collection of opinions on military training in schools.
247 A communication
College Eye 17:38, p.2
3/31/1926 Professor Robinson gives reasons for military training.
248 Ought we obey our consciences?
College Eye 17:38, p.3
3/31/1926 Asserts that one should be allowed to follow his own conscience and make his own decision about military service.
249 Something to do
College Eye 17:38, p.4
3/31/1926 Argues for less military spending and for peace.
250 The Inquiring Reporter
College Eye 16:17, p.3
1/14/1925 Students asked if military training should be implemented at I.S.T.C.


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