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There are 307 crew members registered for the Recruit Training Command Great Lakes.

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1969 | 1970 – 1975 | 1976 – 1983 | 1984 – 1987 | 1988 – 1992 | 1993 – 1998 | 1999 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Leonard, LeoAE11984 –11th
McClure, J.d. profile iconE3Mar 26, 1984 – May 17, 1984OI
Rios, LuisSRApr 24, 1984 – Jun 30, 1984Company 125Boot Camp, Great Time? Sure was. Looking for Alex Velez, Richard Lora and the many more that made this company unforgettable. GMG1 Carmody and MMC were tough but excellent Company Commanders.
Obrien, KevinE3May 13, 1984 – Oct 13, 1984RTCBOOT CAMP CO 922 (STATE FLAGS)
Vincent, John profile iconMM2Jun 1984 – Sep 1984company 189Was wondering if any other shipmates from Company 189 or 190 checked in on here. Give me a shout.
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Christman, PeterGMG3Jun 20, 1984 – Sep 13, 198422
Payne, Jeffery G. (Window)recruit E1Jul 12, 1984 – Sep 1984215good time
Bobo, JeffreyE-3Jul 24, 1984 – Sep 21, 198423rdLooking for members of Company 230 US Navy RTC Great Lakes 1984
Bullock, Rodney profile iconE-1Aug 1984 –266I would like to find the guys in company 266 we were color company at great lakes.
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Frey, KennethE1Aug 2, 1984 – Sep 28, 198422
Rolfe, DeanE1Aug 13, 1984 – Sep 13, 1984BootcampHad all color flags including Big Chicken!!
Frank, RobertE-1 recruitOct 16, 1984 – Jan 1985Company340We were Color Company, We had every flag
Hoose, Michael profile iconSR1985 – 1985Boot Camp
Kabella, JoeYN3/YN21985 – 1988Admin/Legal/ATDIt wasn't called Great Mistakes for nothing. At least we had the Flamingo Inn to drown our sorrows.
Fischer, Leon profile iconsr3Feb 1985 – Apr 1985co. 051I was the Recruit Chief PO. The Assistant RPO and the Laundry PO. I was especially fond of The CC's favorite game "mash the ARPOC" Hope you guys enjoyed the "smoke n Cokes" during it.
Blokus, RobertsrApr 23, 1985 – Jun 25, 1985126
Allison, ElbertSAJun 5, 1985 –Don't rememberI was looking for some pictures of June to August of 1985
Pohl, GregSASep 1985 – Jan 1986Recruit
New, Troy profile iconE3Nov 1, 1985 – Jan 1, 1986Recruit TrainingServed as Mail Petty Officer
Liles, WilliamEM1 Dec 17, 1985 – Jan 3, 198915Company Commander Partners were SM1 Lykins 4 Companies BMCS Brooks OS1 Shell
Meyer, JohnE3Dec 26, 1985 – Feb 1, 1987001I just reaching out. Miss the old place
Statham, Dan profile iconMMC1986 – Jun 1, 1989TrainingThe 'Mad Masher'; Drop, Rick, and give me 20!
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Ames, DarrellSN1986 – 1986Company 924
Stiers, RonfiremanMar 5, 1986 – May 1986088Looking for shipmates In company 088.... So we can catch up on old times and tell sea stories
Lansberry, Gene WillardSeaman Recruit E-1Jun 1986 – Aug 1986StudentI was the one who talked to much about my Transexual Father, Met My wife there: Cynther Ann Lister worked in the Galley at the CPO Club
Ames, DarrellSNJun 11, 1986 – Aug 20, 1986Company 924
Elg, Chuck "Moose"E-2Jul 21, 1986 – Sep 21, 1986Company 249Boot Camp. they gave color company to the white socks if memory serves. BM1 Gentry, and SM1? were the Company Comanders.
Gibson, BarryE-1 Seaman RecruitJul 23, 1986 – Sep 21, 1986Co 251Just trying to catch up with those in Co 251 in Boot Camp
Headley, Tim profile iconMM1/MMCOct 1986 – Nov 1989Recruit Company CommanderHardest and most rewarding Duty
Helms, John profile iconSROct 6, 1986 – Dec 5, 198611 Div. - Co. 385
Halstead, BrianE2Oct 16, 1986 –397Co397 then ATDS
Thacker, RobertAANov 18, 1986 – Feb 1987State Flags Company 946Boots was tough spent have my time in trouble and playing indoor tennis. Getting drilled by the Seals I believe. Indoor Tennis = Intensive Training 12 days out of 8 weeks but now Retired and would do it all over.
Santiago Jr., Hector M.SRNov 28, 1986 – Feb 16, 1987Company 449Never thought that changing life was hard until I got to Great Lake, IL during the winter period, freezing temperature but got to learn all new things and become a more square away sailor in those few months, thanks.
Tooker, RoddSM11987 – 1991Company CommanderHi all! Pushed many divisions in many Ships. Would love to hear from some of my old recruits or anyone that I worked with.
Buckels, RobertE1Apr 29, 1987 – Jun 26, 1987company 150sister company to company 149.
Arizola, MichaelE3Jun 7, 1987 – Jul 1987Bootcamp
Palmer, Parker  NEWSRJul 27, 1987 – Nov 8, 1987Basic Training
Wilson, James LandonE3Aug 12, 1987 – Oct 11, 1987291Looking to re-connect with old shipmates.
Nieuwendorp, Bryan (Speedy) (balloon Maker) profile iconE1 seaman recruitOct 10, 1987 – Dec 10, 1987Company 311I was the guy who only had black socks when we went to PT with all the other companies. The CC's were so pissed they mashed me with 8 count bodybuilders. I remember passing out after 632 of them. I bet that's a record.
Mitchell, WilliamRecruitDec 7, 1987 – Mar 1988Company 424Went on to be a corpsman now back home in Cleveland

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