Officer in charge of the Motorcycle School is 1st Lt. K.T. Robins. 2nd Lt. D.B. McFadden is property officer. The staff is made up of Technical Sergeant L.L. Phillips, Bennett Springs, Mo., whose seven years of practical motorcycle experience enables him to conduct his various responsibilities as shop foreman; Staff Sergeant F.J. Tokarsky, Johnstown, Pa., assistant foreman; Staff Sergeant R.W. Lindenmoyer, Northhampton, Pa., riding instructor; Corporal Edward Palmer, assistant riding instructor; and Private Wilber Timlin, test rider. The staff of civilian instructors is made up of: Charles E. Valentine, Baltimore, Md., Head Instructor. Paul R. Hardy, Syracuse, N.Y.; Allen F. Smith, Fairmount, W. Va., Instructors for the Indian Motorcycle. Walton W. Westerfield, Baltimore, Md.; Benjamin F. Westerfield, Baltimore, Md.; Bert Q. Tilley, Raleigh, N.C., Instructors for the Harley-Davidson Motorcycle. John G. Gross, Baltimore, Md.; John O. Rahn, Columbia, Pa., Instructors in 4th and 5th Echelons of maintenance for both motorcycles. Marion E. “Pop” Walker, Holly Hill, Fla., Special tools instructor. John S. Bleichner, Baltimore, Md.; Eugene Walker, Holly Hill, Fla., Tool room.