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The military presence there started in World War I, when the Army built a quartermaster depot there.
Even the most devout knight or lord expected to be paid for his service—as did his men at arms, quartermasters, cooks, servants and the ship masters and crews who were vital for transport and resupply.
After years as Tiger Cub Scouts in Pack 1742, the brothers joined Boy Scout Troop 742 in 2010 and held various leadership positions, including assistant patrol leader, senior patrol leader and quartermaster.
The guests include Ron Palfrey, Vietnam veteran who serves as the quartermaster of VFW Post 4287, and Gene Haran, a veteran who serves as the curator of the Cpl.
A quartermaster for his Boy Scout troop, Spychalski teaches younger scouts how to earn badges, and assist senior patrol leaders with weekly meetings, Heinz said.
The quartermaster is the direct representative of the ship's navigator who monitors the surface search radar system and other charts to provide a continuous navigational watch on the bridge.
Frank W. Zywicki of New York also went missing in that war, a Naval quartermaster lost when his submarine, the USS Cisco, is believed to have been sunk by Japanese bombers in the South China Sea in late 1943.
According to a biography on the post website, the brigadier general had a distinguished career, earning the Distinguished Service Medal along the way, as well as letters of commendation from the secretary of war and the quartermaster general.
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