NCOs over Civilians in bowling tournament

By Pfc. Kim, Tae HoonApril 10, 2009

Richard Davis, USAG-RC deputy commander, leads off the bowling tournament between 20 Noncommissioned Officers and 20 Civilians March 26 at USAG-Red Cloud lanes.  NCOs beat the Civilians with a total of 8779 to 8718 points. Three games were played: first game, nine pins no tap; second game, third, sixth and ninth frames were automatic strikes; and third game was scratch, no handicap.  Prizes were given to the first and second place and to last place. First place Civilian: Kim, Kwang sop, Safety Office; first place NCO: Cpl. Moon, Ho Beon; second place Civilian: Ivan Aguigui, Directorate of Logistics; second place NCO: Chief Warrant Officer Jeffery Harley, USAG-Casey DOL; and last place Civilian: Jana Fullmer, Red Cross; last place NCO: Cpl. Jung, Jae ryong, Central Issue Facility. - U.S. Army photo by Pfc. Kim, Tae Hoon
1 / 1 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Richard Davis, USAG-RC deputy commander, leads off the bowling tournament between 20 Noncommissioned Officers and 20 Civilians March 26 at USAG-Red Cloud lanes. NCOs beat the Civilians with a total of 8779 to 8718 points. Three games were played: first game, nine pins no tap; second game, third, sixth and ninth frames were automatic strikes; and third game was scratch, no handicap. Prizes were given to the first and second place and to last place. First place Civilian: Kim, Kwang sop, Safety Office; first place NCO: Cpl. Moon, Ho Beon; second place Civilian: Ivan Aguigui, Directorate of Logistics; second place NCO: Chief Warrant Officer Jeffery Harley, USAG-Casey DOL; and last place Civilian: Jana Fullmer, Red Cross; last place NCO: Cpl. Jung, Jae ryong, Central Issue Facility. - U.S. Army photo by Pfc. Kim, Tae Hoon (Photo Credit: Pfc. Kim, Tae Hoon) VIEW ORIGINAL