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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - November 20, 1982, Tokyo, Japan November 1982 Pacific Pacific stars and stripes two Brothers carry on Navy tradition by ph2 Paul Soutar Navy aboard the Cruiser England some say there is a brotherhood among sailors at that is especially True aboard the 7th Fleet guided missile Cruiser where Medford natives Mike and Terry Riley Are currently enlisted in the Navy in september my father was in the Navy and served his so i Felt As though it was part of my Job to do the same thing and follow in my fathers he enlisted in the Navy one year Mike came Home on leave and said i ought to think about the he said its pretty Good and there Are a lot of Good that when i started thinking about the older brother both Mike Terry Are working As mess management the navys Cooks and food service aboard the 533foot from a 1979 graduate of Medford vocational technical High now a Petty officer second gained his skills through ont Ejob training and an advanced school dealing with his Job specially in record a 1979 graduate of Medford High attended mess management specialist class a school to learn the Basic of his Terry works in the wardroom preparing meals for England although senior in rank to his older Mike often takes time to help his brother in the wardroom when the schedule gets the wardroom Kitchen int the Only place where the Riley Brothers Are found both of them enjoy running laps around England main deck to keep in shape and they enjoy Liberty together in foreign the Riley Brothers Exchange salutes As Terry left boards the ship and Mike performs his the Brothers have already seen the Philip Singapore and Australia together and like teaming up to Haggle Over prices with shop keepers in the Liberty Mike cited another advantage to having Terry in Case i run out of Money i can always go to my both Riley said that their most memorable experience so far in the Navy was being stationed on the same duties As Petty officer of the watch aboard the Cruiser ph2 Paul Soutar Terry and Mike requested brother Terry remembered what happened when his orders to England when i got my he i called my brother and told him i got stationed in the just fooling around with he that you keep in then i told him the truth and he was real although they enjoy being together on both Riley still miss lifesaving car course can make a difference by j02 Barbara Burfeind Navy Subic Bay someone Call an ambulance no need to be alarmed the Calls Are Only military personnel practising the seven Steps of cardiopulmonary resuscitation car As part of the Law enforce ment training course let offered at Subic Bay marines in Jungle sailors in filipino civilians and philippine marines All learn How to Alert others for help while per forming the students watch intently As the master at arms Romeo places a students hands in the Correct position on a Manne quins each person would have a turn to actually do each be it delivering administering first Aid or just every Day Law enforce ment personnel work to be prepared to handle any situation that might explained Forest direct of training for the Provost marshal office the three week course is one of several offered by the pm training varied aspects of Law enforcement Are taught by seven Law enforcement training course students learn defensive tactics using military and four civilian instructors the Baton they will carry on the jo2 Barbara Burfeind at Subic Bay classes of 10 to 20 students receive training in first patrol courtroom con duct procedures for an additional on week course in weapons with the Only course like it in the Western the division sup ports units ashore and afloat in Diego Garcia and other activities in the Western Pacific with a need for such Kay since the division began in it has expanded from training 100 personnel a month to of the students per year trained by the the Law enforcement training course represents 240 of those when the Navy established the master alarms maa rate in a need for wider training opportunities most maa personnel attended army or air Force As More i depth knowl Edge was needed to handle increasingly Complex let was developed to support tenant commands and the Western the course is for those personnel who have not been previously training is not restricted to a classroom sessions in defensive tactics Are Given in the steamy heat of the Subic gym a Pacific stars and stripes depends largely on Public affairs offices for contributions to this if you have a Story that would be of particular interest to this please let your Pao know about

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