THE ENGINEERS The m ilitary life of the campus was en larged this year. Along with the 625th En gineer Co. (Forestry) the school now boasts the 423rd Engineer Detachment. Together the men of the two groups attended 48 two hour sessions a year. A t these drills primary attention is paid to basic m ilitary subjects, but technical training is also given. Each summer the unit spends two weeks at Fort Belvoir, Virginia for specialized training in Engineer subjects. Every department of the school is repre sented in the membership. There isn't much chance for social events with the Engineers but they do, on occasion, have a party with refreshments. First Row: S. Sgt. Garwood, Lt. McKillip, Copt. Rutherford, Lt. Wolff, M. Sgt. Latour, S. Sgt. McLure. Second Row: J. Thompson, T. Glover, L. Lippiello, D. Jessup, R. Brown, D. Hanley, J. Gusty. Third Row: L. Day, C. Tuthill, J. M erritt, J. Myler, W. M ortin, D. Halvorsen. Fourth Row: W. Olsen, H. Ervin, D. Kriebel, J. Bachant, J. Whitelow, D. Ecker, D. Shaner. Fifth Row: F. W itt, R. Taylor, S. Field, F. Littlefield, E. Thorp, D. Boarts, K. M artin.