The following November 15, 1951, Lowell Tribune article was found on page 10, columns 4-5:
Participating in the first full-scale Atlantic Fleet exercise held since the outbreak of the Korean conflict is Louis F. Geib, airman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Geib of Route 1, Cedar Lake, Ind., serving with Patrol Squadron 861.
Seventeen squadrons of patrol planes and airships are taking part in the mock war games.
The long range aircraft will provide air coverage and antisubmarine protection for surface units in a mock invasion of Vieques Island, an all-out amphibious assault on a North Carolina beachhead early in November.
Patrol Squadron 861 is attached to Fleet Air Wings, Atlantic Command, with headquarters at the Naval Air Station, Norfolk, Va.
Louis is a graduate of Lowell high school.
The following January 3, 1952, Lowell Tribune article was found on page 1, column 4:
Louis Geib, airman first class, returned Wednesday to Jacksonville, Fla., after spending a 23-day leave with his parents, the Fred Geibs at Cedar Lake. Louis recently returned from overseas duty with the Navy in Africa. His new address is: Louis Geib, A.L.A.N. O.P. 801, N.A.S., Jacksonville, Fla.
For some reason the father of Louis Geib is listed as "Fred" in this article, but as "Harry" in the Nov. 15, 1951, article.