Isaac VanBibber and Sarah Davis
John VanBebber and Margaret Chrisman
Isaac VanBebber and Mary Martin
Isaac C. VanBebber and Sarah McWilliams
John Crittington VanBebber and Martha Virgina Ashton
George Washington VanBebber and Dessie Mae Nicholas
James Crittington VanBebber and Alta Jean Cornelison
James Crittington VanBebber, Jr. and Beverly Woolfe
James Crittington VanBebber, III
The Navy and Marine Cops Achievement Medal (NAM) was awarded to PN2 James C. Vanbebber III. PN2 Vanbebber's second NAM was awarded for his professionalism and loyal devotion to duty. Undaunted by personnel manpower constraints, he aggressively processed multiple transfers, separations and discharges, maintaining outstanding customer service well beyond normal working hours. AMS3 Bechtol and AMH3 Frentress received their NAM for their efforts as Corrosion Control Technicians and revitalizing the command's Emergency Reclamation Program. AD3 Huang was awarded for his exemplary efforts as a plane captain, which contributed to the squadron's 223 sorties and 94 percent sortie completion rate.
IDENTIFICATION: Isaac VanBibber and Sarah Davis John VanBebber and Margaret Chrisman Isaac VanBebber and Mary Martin Isaac C. VanBebber and Margaret Catherine Frazier Andrew Jackson VanBebber and Nancy Elizabeth Coffey Charles "Charlie" VanBebber and Ina Francis Roper Truman Troy VanBebber and Elizabeth Lue Fritch Charles Wayne VanBebber and Susan Marie Pearson CHARLES VAN BEBBER PROMOTED TO LIEUTENANT COLONEL "Charles W. Van Bebber was promoted to the rank of lieutenant colonel on April 1, 2001 at the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs, The Pentagon. Lieutenant Colonel Van Bebber is a US Army Intelligence Officer/Foreign Area Officer and specialist in Europe and Eurasia, serving as the Country Director for Bulgaria, Romania and Macedonia at the Office of European and NATO Policy, Office of the Secretary of Defense. He has served in that position since August 2000, having previously served as a Balkan specialist at the Plans and Policy Directorate (J5) of the US European Command, Stuttgart, Germany and as a Deputy Commander of the US Inter-Continental Ballistic Missile inspection facility at Votkinsk, Russia. Lieutenant Colonel Van Bebber is a 1994 graduate of the Romanian National Defense College, Bucharest, Romania, and the Joint Services school of the Armed Forces Staff College, Norfolk, Virginia."
Isaac VanBibber and Sarah Davis
Peter VanBebber and Ellinor VanBibber
Jacob Van Bebber and Catherine Ann Guthrie
Calvin Van Bebber and Berthena Van Bebber
William Franklin Van Bebber and Eliza Ellen Ramsey
Charles Elliott Van Bebber and Nina Rennison Taylor
Dora Ellen Van Bebber and William Joseph Louwaert
Francis Frederick Louwaert and Nina Mae Gwinn
Steven Lawrence Louwaert and Heidi Gray
Jacob Matthew Louwarert
JACOB LOUWAERT COMPLETES BASIC TRAINING
Jacob Matthew Louwaert, 19, from Hayward, CA, enlisted in the US Army and reported to Company F, 1st Battalion, 28th Infantry Regiment, U.S. Army Training Center, Fort Jackson, South Carolina on 9 March 2001. Jacob received basic training and graduated in ceremonies on 10 May 2001.
The present 28th Infantry Regiment was organized in 1901 at Vancouver Barracks, Washington, and first saw combat service in the Philippine Insurrection from 1901 to 1904. The battalion's colors proudly carry 23 campaign streamers and 10 decoration streamers that honor 100 years of service to our nation.
The US Army Training Center Commanding General is Major General Raymond D. Barrett Jr. Company F Commander is Captain Coleen Carr and First Sergeant is 1SG Ricky Cooper.
Jacob's grandparents, Frank and Nina Louwaert of Fremont, CA., attended the ceremonies.
Jacob will report to Gordon, GA for 29 weeks to complete his training.