JOHN A. LUSBY, LTJG, USN
From the 1945 Lucky Bag:
John Amos Lusby
Pardner, this feller's from Casper, Wyomin', where the only law's the six gun. Since regulations forbid fire arms, this feller's turned to the slide rule for his wicked work. The Academy's never seen anyone quicker on the draw. The halls look like slaughterhouses as Jack gallantly marches out with blood dripping from his slide rule. After each sanguinary session he's always heard moaning. "Did I bilge!" Being a star-man occupies little time. In the afternoons he's busy with cross country, wrestling, boxing, sailing, or playing his violin. Never says much about his love life, but you can bet that gleam didn't get in his eyes by chance. What a feller!
Battalion Boxing 4; Battalion Cross Country 3; Orchestra 4, 3; Spanish Club 4, 3; Stars 3.
The Class of 1945 was graduated in June 1944 due to World War II. The entirety of 2nd class (junior) year was removed from the curriculum.
Life & Loss
Unable to find any information about John's life or loss.
He is listed on January 1, 1950 in the Register of the Commissioned and Warrant Officers of the United States Navy and Marine Corps as a qualified Naval Aviator. He appears on a list of crewmen involved in an aviation accident.
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|John is one of 58 members of the Class of 1945 in Memorial Hall.|
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