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  • Author:
    Bainbridge Historical Association,Erika L. Quesenbery
  • ISBN:
    0738544205
  • ISBN13:
    978-0738544205
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    Arcadia Publishing (May 14, 2007)
  • Pages:
    128 pages
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    Americas
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United States Naval Train. has been added to your Cart. Author Erika L. Quesenbery is the curator of the Paw Paw Museum in Port Deposit, the vice president of the Port Deposit Chamber of Commerce, and a volunteer and tour guide for the USNTC Bainbridge Historical Association.

United States Naval Train.

Erika L. Quesenbery, Bainbridge Historical Association. Images of America: United States Naval Training Center, Bainbridge aids in the efforts to preserve the center’s memory for veterans and their families. After the federal government purchased the Tome School for Boys in the northeastern most county of Maryland in 1941, more than 1,200 acres were cleared for the United States Naval Training Center, Bainbridge.

United States Naval Training Center, Bainbridge (USNTC Bainbridge) was the . Navy Training Center at Port Deposit, Maryland, on the bluffs of the northeast bank of the Susquehanna River. It was active from 1942 to 1976 under the Commander of the Fifth Naval District, based in Norfolk, Virginia

by Bainbridge Historical Association and Erika L. Quesenbery.

by Bainbridge Historical Association and Erika L. After the federal government purchased the Tome School for Boys in the northeasternmost county of Maryland in 1941, more than 1,200 acres were cleared for the United States Naval Training Center, Bainbridge. Preparing 350,000 sailors for battle in World War II, Bainbridge became a city in itself, with a PX, officer s club, chapel, post office, drill fields, indoor pools, and hospital.

Images of America: United States Naval Training Center, Bainbridge aids in the efforts to preserve the center's memory for veterans .

Images of America: United States Naval Training Center, Bainbridge aids in the efforts to preserve the center's memory for veterans and their families.

Erika Quesenbery Sturgill is at The Bainbridge Naval Training Center Historical Association. October 13, 2018 · Port Deposit, MD ·. The Naval Academy Preparatory School or NAPS from USNTC Bainbridge at Port Deposit, Class of 1967, returned to USNTC Bainbridge at Port Deposit October 13, 2012 for a reunion, a book signing of Images of America USNTC Bainbridge and presentations from myself, former Port Deposit Mayor Kerry A. Abrams and former State Delegate David Rudolph. Erika Quesenbery Sturgill is at The Bainbridge Naval Training Center Historical Association.

Erika Lynn Quesenbery, American media specialist, curator. Other photo of Erika Lynn Quesenbery. Volunteer, tour guide, first civilian member United States Naval Training Center Bainbridge History Association, 1999-2006.

Erika L Quesenbery; Bainbridge Historical Association. Images of America: United States Naval Training Center, Bainbridge aids in the efforts to preserve the center s memory for veterans and their families. Images of America (Arcadia Publishing). This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Tell us if something is incorrect. United States Naval Training Center, Bainbridge. Erika L Quesenbery; Bainbridge Historical Association. Arcadia Publishing (SC), Arcadia Publishing Inc.

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After the federal government purchased the Tome School for Boys in the northeasternmost county of Maryland in 1941, more than 1,200 acres were cleared for the United States Naval Training Center, Bainbridge. Preparing 350,000 sailors for battle in World War II, Bainbridge became a city in itself, with a PX, officer’s club, chapel, post office, drill fields, indoor pools, and hospital. Because of the training center, Cecil County’s population more than doubled. After 1976, when the center fell into disuse, the buildings were demolished. They live on, though, through the vintage photographs in this volume, collected from the archives of the Paw Paw Museum, the USNTC Bainbridge Museum, the U.S. Navy, and historic yearbooks and guidebooks. Images of America: United States Naval Training Center, Bainbridge aids in the efforts to preserve the center’s memory for veterans and their families.

Hunaya
For anyone of the thousands of men and women who spent time at the former naval training center in Bainbridge, Maryland, this book will tell you and show you things you did not know. As a former midshipman candidate at the Naval Academy Prep School, I was particularly interested in reading about the Tome School for Boys around which the naval station was constructed.
Taun
Brought back memories of my time in 1945 at Bainbridge. Fond memories now, but not so fond then. Great book.
Kerahuginn
My Husband went to boot camp there and it brought back many memories.
The book was well written and very interesting.
Uste
Simply enthralling...a brilliant piece of literature and a worthy addition to any collection of American history. For those who attended, graduated from, or knows anyone who went through boot, this book will certainly bring back memories. Masterfully written and compiled with numerous vintage photos and wonderful descriptions, it keeps you engaged from the first page to the last and back again. The story of USNTC Bainbridge goes beyond simply reminiscing, sharing with it's reader the accomplishments, the pride and the patriotism of our veterans. Simply put, it takes you there. With the impact of USNTC Bainbridge as relevant today as ever, this book ensures it's legacy will not be forgotten. For all the USNTC Bainbridge graduates out there, prepare to smile and have some tissues handy!
FLIDER
I was a Navy recruit in the summer of 1956 and spent 12 weeks at Banbrdge. This book for me rekindled many pleasant memories and reminded me of the history that I was part of. The book does a good job of covering all the history of Bainbridge and anyone who past through there should enjoy it.