Acadia (AD 42) - Naval Cruise Book

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THE PHENOMINAL BEAUTY OF ACADIA NATIONAL PARK WAS CREATED BY A STRANGE ACT OF NATURE IN WHICH THE OCEAN FLOODED ANCIENT LAND SUR- FACES, CREATING ISLANDS OUT OF HIGH HILLS. THE GORGES BECAME RIVERS, AND WIDER VALLEYS EMERGED AS BAYS AND GULFS. WOODLANDS, LAKES, MOUNTAINS, AND SEACOASTS ARE ALL CONTAINED IN THE NATURAL WONDER OF ACADIA NATIONAL PARK. AS A DESTROYER TENDER, ACADIA PROVIDES MATERIALS AND MOBILE FACILITIES FOR SHIPS REQUIRING SERVICE OR REPAIR, IN PORT OR AT SEA. SPECIALLY DESIGNED TO ASSIST THE DD- 963 CLASS DESTROYERS AND FFG-7 CLASS FRIGATES, ACADIA CAN ALSO SERVE ANY SHIP OF THE FLEET. CUSTOMER SHIPS VARY IN SIZE AND CHARACTERISTICS, RANGING FROM GUN PA- TROL BOATS OF ABOUT 150 FEET, ARMED WITH GUNS, TO NU- CLEAR-PROPELLED MISSILE CRUISERS ALMOST 600 FEET IN LENGTH, CARRYING ADVANCED GUIDED MISSILES, AND FITTED WITH SOPHISTICATED ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT. ACADIA'S REPAIR DEPARTMENT CAN ACCOMPLISH ALL SER- VICES REQUIRED, INCLUDING MOST OF THE SUPPORT AVAIL- ABLE AT SHORE BASED MAINTENANCE ACTIVITIES. THE MYRIAD OF SHOPS INCLUDE: PIPE, MACHINE AND CARPENTRY SHOPS, FOUNDRY AND NUMEROUS SPECIALITY SERVICES, SUCH AS OPTI- CAL SHOP, TYPEWRITER REPAIR AND CANVAS SHOP. LARGE SIDE DOORS PERMIT EASY ACCESS TO SHIPS ALONG- SIDE. A DOZEN SMALL CRAFT ARE AVAILABLE FOR TRANSFER OF MATERIAL AND PERSONNEL TO NEARBY SHIPS. FOUR HUGE CRANES ON DECK HANDLE ANTENNAS, TORPEDOS, MACHINERY, PROVISIONS, SMALL BOATS AND CAN LIFT AN ENTIRE GAS TUR- BINE ENGINE DIRECTLY OUT OF A SHIP ALONGSIDE. SPECIAL REPAIR FACILITIES FOR NUCLEAR PROPULSION PLANTS HAVE BEEN COMBINED IN A SPECIAL FACILITY. BEYOND ITS REPAIR SERVICES, ACADIA PROVIDES THE LATEST IN PERSONAL CONVENIENCE SERVICES. MEDICAL AND DENTAL CARE ARE AVAILABLE, TO ACCOMODATE HER POTENTIAL 1595 CREW, INCLUDING A FLAG OFFICER AND STAFF. EXTRA ELECTRI- CAL GENERATORS, WATER DISTILLING CAPABILITIES, AND TRANSFER FACILITIES, PROVIDE ADDITIONAL ELECTRICITY, STEAM, AND FRESH WATER FOR SHIPS ALONGSIDE. WHATEVER AND WHEREVER THE REQUIREMENT, ACADIA IS READY TO SERVE THE NAVY'S FINEST. Ylt' 45' ' - vw-0 -' """ ' '- sl ,, K 5 . I g I I 1 i 2 K... 2, 4. t I wypw S I E . x V I M... My , - fx . 2 'U-4 1 -'V 1. CAPTAIN P RKER T. FINCH, JR. COMMANDING OFFICER CAPTAIN PARKER T. FINCH, JR. WAS BORN IN ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI ON JULY 13, 1939, TO PARKER THOMAS AND RUTH OLIVER FINCH. HE AT- TENDED EAST HIGH SCHOOL AND IS A 1961 GRADUATE OF PRINCETON UNIVERSITY WITH A BACHELOR OF ARTS DEGREE IN HISTORY. IN 1972 HE RECEIVED HIS MASTER OF BUSI- NESS ADMINISTRATION DEGREE FROM HARVARD UNIVERSITY. HIS FIRST DUTY ASSIGNMENT AFTER RECEIVING HIS COMMISSION IN 1962 WAS ABOARD USS FRANK E. EVANS IDD-7541, FOLLOWED BY A TOUR AS AIDE AND FLAG LIEUTEN- ANT TO COMMANDER, MIDDLE EAST FORCES. AFTER A TOUR IN THE OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF NA- VAL OPERATIONS AS REPRESENTA- TIVE TO THE NATIONAL INDICA- TIONS CENTER, CAPTAIN FINCH SERVED AS OPERATIONS OFFICER AND ENGINEER OFFICER ABOARD USS O'CALLAHAN IDE-10511. UPON GRADUATION FROM HAR- VARD UNIVERSITY, HE SERVED AS COMMANDING OFFICER, MILITARY SEALIFT COMMAND OFFICE, SATTA- HIP, THAILAND. FOLLOWING A TOUR AS EXECUTIVE OFFICER OF USS BENJAMIN STODDERT CDDG-221, AND A SECOND TOUR IN THE OF- FICE OF THE CHIEF OF NAVAL OPER- ATIONS AS PERSONNEL EXCHANGE PROGRAM MANAGER, CAPTAIN FINCH NEXT SERVED AS COMMAND- ING OFFICER, USS KINKAID IDD-9651. PRIOR TO ASSIGNMENT AS COM- MANDING OFFICER, USS ACADIA QAD-421, CAPTAIN FINCH WAS A MEM- BER OF THE PACIFIC FLEET PROPUL- SION EXAMINATION BOARD. CAPTAIN FINCH HAS BEEN AWARD- ED THE MERITORIOUS SERVICE MEDAL, NAVY COMMENDATION MEDAL, MERITORIOUS UNIT COM- MENDATION, NATIONAL DEFENSE SERVICE MEDAL, VIETNAM SERVICE MEDAL AND VIETNAM EXPEDITION- ARY MEDAL. HE IS MARRIED TO THE FORMER SALLY L. SHAFER OF SYRACUSE, NEW YORK. THEY PRESENTLY RE- SIDE IN CORONADO, CALIFORNIA. x v Q Q-if M-' ff. Xe 4... I 6? -SJ ,-559 ' X . . Q. . XS .E v I --.rw A Q. , X, we Q" ,.,.rP,iq5-avi , .... .. - I H ' v! . a F f ., ... . . .-K-V 'ff O f .Q .. .1 f . f' 0 . -. 5, 'iv-1, f .vo I? ,I- .. I plus.. . I .I uni? , , Q fi a ' W .lxlu CAPTAI FRANCIS W. HARNESS COIVIMANDING OFFICER CAPTAIN FRANCIS W. HARNESS, A NATIVE OF WALWORTH, WISCON- SIN, WAS GRADUATED FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, PLAT- TEVILLE, AND RECEIVED HIS COM- MISSION VIA OFFICER CANDIDATE SCHOOL, NEWPORT, RHODE IS- LAND, IN JUNE 1963. EARLY IN HIS CAREER, CAPTAIN HARNESS SERVED ON USS HUNLEY IAS-311 AS EOD OFFICER AND ASSIS- TANT MISSILE LAUNCHER OFFICER, AND USS FECHTELER QDD-8701 AS ASW OFFICER. UPON COMPLETION OF NAVAL DESTROYER SCHOOL IN JUNE 1968, HE SERVED ON USS CONE IDD-8661 AS WEAPONS OFFI- CER. FOLLOWING A YEAR OF INACTIVE DUTY, CAPTAIN HARNESS RE- QUESTED AND WAS RECALLED TO ACTIVE DUTY IN 1971 AS A TAR OF- FICER QTRAINING AND ADMINISTRA- TION, RESERVED AND SERVED AS COMMANDING OFFICER, U.S. NAVAL AND MARINE CORPS RESERVE CEN- TER, LANSING, MICHIGAN. HE THEN SERVED AS EXECUTIVE OFFICER ON USS WILLIAM C. LAWE IDD-7631, HOMEPORTED IN NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA. NEXT HE WAS AS- SIGNED AS CHIEF STAFF OFFICER, COMMANDER DESTROYER SQUAD- RON THIRTY-FOUR, NAVAL RESERVE FORCE. FROM THAT TOUR HE AS- SUMED COMMAND OF USS GARCIA IFF-10401, HOMEPORTED IN CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA. CAPTAIN HARNESS COMES TO COM- MAND OF USS ACADIA CAD-421 FROM WASHINGTON, D.C., WHERE HE SERVED ON THE STAFF OF THE DEPUTY CHIEF OF NAVAL OPER- ATIONS ISURFACE WARFAREJ AS THE NAVAL RESERVE COORDINA- TOR AND NRF ASW FRIGATE PRO- GRAM MANAGER. CAPTAIN HARNESS' DECORATIONS, CAMPAIGN AND SERVICE MEDALS INCLUDE THE LEGION OF MERIT, NAVY COMMENDATION, COMBAT ACTION RIBBON, BATTLE EFFICIEN- CY 'E', VIETNAMESE SERVICE, NA- VAL RESERVE MERITORIOUS SER- VICE, THE VIETNAMESE CROSS OF GALLANTRY funit awardj, AND THE VIETNAMESE CAMPAIGN MEDAL. HE IS MARRIED TO THE FORMER MARTHA 'MARTI' E. YOSKOWSKI OF WAUKEGAN, ILLINOIS. THEY HAVE A SON, STUART. af is :i:'.:'f:r.':2T12 8 1 :Eg 'S-as THE CHANGE OF COMMAND CEREMONY COMMENCES WITH THE PARADING GUESTS AND CREW MEMBERS HONSSQJSE HOST NATION OF SOUTH KOREA A OF THE COLORS. ALL PHOTOS BY JO3 VINZANT. NATIONAL ANTHEM IS PLAYED' THE CQLQE GU.'xRD:GW1T ,f HILL T 3 REED. MR3 HCJLDT, TMSN RENHEMA, AND GMT1 P Q 2'- Q 1- f gr . I . L X Q "I THINK THE MOST REWARDING THING ABOUT BEINGA COMMAND- ING OFFICER IS WATCHING AND OBSERVING THE EFFORTS OF A WIDELY DIVERSE GROUP OF PEOPLE COME TOGETHER TOWARD A COMMON GOAL AND MAKING A COMPLEX ORGANIZATION LIKE A SHIP RUN. THE PERFORMANCE OF THE CREW OFACADIA HAS BEEN UNSURPASSED. THERE 'S NOTA THING THIS SHIP HAS BEEN ASKED TO DO THAT IT HASN'T DONE WELL. I'VE FOUND THERE TO BE A REMARKABLE LEVEL OF SKILL AND DIVERSITY ON THE SHIP. l'LL MISS ACADIA AND MOST IMPORTANTLY THE CREW" CAPTAIN FINCH IN A PENSIVE MOOD DURING THE CEREMONY. PERHAPS HE IS REFLECTING ON HIS 23 YEAR CAREER AND HIS TOUR ON ACADIA, WHICH HE REGARDED AS HIS MOST MEMORABLE ASSIGNMENT. COMMODORE BUTCHER PRESENT- ING CAPT FINCH WITH THE LEGION OF MERIT. CHAPLAIN DODD, CAPTAIN HAR- NESS, COMMANDER, TASK FORCE SEVEN THREE, COMMODORE BUTCHER AND CAPTAIN FINCH ON THE DAIS AS THE CHANGE OF COM- MAND CEREMONY BEGINS. COMMO- DORE BUTCHER WHO WAS OUR IM- MEDIATE SUPERIOR IN COMMAND WHILE ON DEPLOYMENT, ACTED AS GUEST SPEAKER. ' ,f s. N 3-ui . ..- I , :Ili , I N. .--Y:- I- ff... ,III COMMANDER THOMAS R. GILLESPIE WAS BORN IN COUNCIL BLUFFS. IOWA, ON JANUARY I2, I946, TO BURKE MONTROSE AND MARJORIE WILBUR GILLESPIE. HE ATTENDED ABRAHAM LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL AND IS A I969 GRADUATE OF THE U.S. NAVAL ACADEMY. COMMANDER GILLESPlE'S FIRST DUTY ASSIGNMENT AFTER RECEIV- ING HIS COMMISSION IN I969 WAS IN PHILADELPHIA, PA, ABOARD USS C.S. SPERRY IDD697I. FOLLOWED BY A TOUR WITH THE USS VREELAND IDD-IO68I. HOMEPORTED IN CHARLESTON, SC, AFTER HIS TOUR WITH USS VREELAND. HE SPENT A TOUR AS SHORE PATROL OFFICER, NAVAL STATION, CHARLESTON. HE THEN ATTENDED DESTROYER SCHOOL IN RHODE ISLAND IN 1975. COMMANDER GILLESPlE'S NEXT TOUR OF DUTY WAS AS WEAPONS OFFICER ONBOARD LISS TRIPPE IFF- 10751, ALSO HOMEPORTED IN CHARLESTON. IN 1977, HE SPENT TWO YEARS AS THE OPERATIONS OFFICER ON DESTROYER SOLIAD- RON 34 STAFF. IN 1981, COMMAND- ER OILLESPIE ORADLIATED FROM THE NAVAL POST GRADUATE SCHOOL, MONTEREY, CA, WITH A MASTERS DEGREE IN ENGINEERING SCIENCE. PRIOR TO ASSIGNMENT AS EXECUTIVE OFFICER, USS ACA- DIA QAD-421, COMMANDER GILLESPIE WAS ATTACHED TO THE USS LONG BEACH ICGN-91 AS THE WEAPONS OFFICER. COMMANDER GILLESPIE HAS BEEN AWARDED THE NATIONAL DE' FENSE SERVICE MEDAL, MERITORI- OUS UNIT COMMENDATION AND THE .NAVY ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL- HE IS MARRIED TO THE FORMER DONNA M. GOHLINGHORST AND HAS TWO CHILDREN, MICHAEL, I0 YEARS OLD, AND SUSAN 4 YEARS OLD. THEY PRESENTLY RESIDE IN SAN DIEGO, CA. , SSRSSNN X A It 5 1 ' I I - x A A RNNNNNX xxx X XS I 1' NCCM COLLMAN BEGAN HIS NAVAL CAREER WHILE STILL ATTENDING HIGH SCHOOL BY JOINING THE NA- VAL RESERVES. IN SEPTEMBER OF 1957 HE REPORTED TO USS HAS- SAYAMPA, WHERE HE BECAME A QUARTER MASTER. AFTER COM- PLETING TWO YEARS HE WAS RE- LEASED FROM ACTIVE DUTY TO THE RESERVES. FOR THE NEXT TWELVE AND A HALF YEARS, THE MASTER CHIEF REMAINED IN A DRILLING RESERVE STATUS. IN JUNE 1972, MASTER CHIEF PETTY OFFICER COLLMAN RETURNED TO ACTIVE DUTY AS A OM1, FROM A RESERVE STATUS OF OMCS, IN TIME TO COMMISSION. USS KISKA IAE-351. FOLLOWING A BRIEF SEA APRIL 1982. TROR ON BOARD THE AMMUNITION VESSEL, HE REPORTED TO THE UNI- VERSITY OF KANSAS AS A NROTC INSTRUCTOR. IN AUGUST 1977, NCCM COLLMAN RETURNED TO SEA ON BOARD USS SPERRY CAS-121. IN 1979, HE CROSS RATED FROM OMCS TO NCCS, AND SHIPPED OVER TO THE REGULAR NAVY, AFTER COMPLETING 22 YEARS OF RESERVE SERVICE. MAS- TER CHIEF RETTY OFFICER COLL- MAN CAME ABOARD USS ACADIA IN NOVEMBER 1980 AS THE COMMAND CAREER COUNSELOR. HE WAS AD- VANCED TO NAVY COUNSELOR MASTER CHIEF PETTY OFFICER IN WHILE ACTING AS THE LINK BE- TWEEN ENLISTED PERSONNEL AND OFFICERS, NCCM COLLMAN OFFERS VITAL ASSISTANCE NECESSARY IN A COMMAND OF THIS SIZE. STRESS- ING THE IMPORTANCE OF UTILIZING THE CHAIN OF COMMAND IS ONE OF THE MASTER CHIEF'S PRIORITIES. ANOTHER IS THE WELCOMING ABOARD OF NEW PERSONNEL, AND GETTING THEM THROUGH A COM- PLETE INDOCTRINATION PROGRAM. HE IS MARRIED TO THE FORMER CAROLYN SONS, AND HAS A DAUGH- TER, PATTY, AND A SON, BRETT. 771 AY. nu! GET-1 il Li DE LIGHT OFF OODfCDO CHECKOFF LIST FOR GETTING UNDERWAY TIME PRIOR TO UNDERWAY EVENT 24 HOURS PRIOR TO UNDERWAY 3 HOURS PRIOR TO UNDERWAY - ENSURE RESPONSIBLE PER- SONNEL COMPLY WITH THE FOLLOWING: A. LIGHT OFF GYRO COMPASS B. CHECK OUT ALL ELCTRONIC EQUIPMENT C. CHECK OUT ALL NAVIGA- TION EQUIPMENT D. ENSURE ALL CHARTS AVAIL- ABLE, NAVIGATIONAL TRACK LAIDOUT E. INVENTORY ALL TACTICAL PUBLICATIONS F. ARRANGE FOR TUGS, PILOT, AND LINE HANDLERS. G. NOTIFY OTHER SHIPS IN NEST LIGHT OFF BOILERS if 1 AND if NOTIFY OTHER SHIPS IN NEST ESTABLISH COMMUNICATIONS ON APPLICABLE CIRCUITS ENSURE CALL SIGNS AND VOICE CALLS ARE POSTED ON BRIDGE ENSURE COMMUNICATIONS FREQUENCY PLAN POSTED ON BRIDGE ASCERTAIN FROM THE XO THE FOLLOWING: IAI IF ANY VARIATION IN STAN- DARD TIME FOR SETTING THE SPECIAL SEA DETAIL vl', 05. J' IBD TIME OF HEAVING AROUND TO SHORT STAY IF AT AN- CHOR DISPOSITION OF BOATS ICD fm INSTRUCTIONS CONCERN- ING U.S. AND GUARD MAIL QED NUMBER OF PASSENGERS, IF ANY, EXPECTED TIME OF ARRIVAL, AND BERTHING ARRANGEMENTS RIG IN BOOMS AND ACCOMMO- DATION LADDERS NOT IN USE AND SECURE THEM FOR SEA AFTER OBTAINING PERMIS- SION FROM XO REMOVE RAT GUARDS AND FRAPPING CONDUCT RADIO CHECKS IAW CURRENT OPERATING ORDERS RADIATE RADAR AS ALLOWED BY LOCAL REGULATIONS PASS THE WORD "SET MATERI- AL CONDITION YOKE". PASS THE WORD "ALL VISI- TORS ARE REQUESTED TO LEAVE THE SHIP AT THIS TIME. THE SHIP WILL BE GETTING UN- DERWAY IN - MINUTES" ENSURE U.S. AND GUARD MAIL HAS LEFT THE SHIP BREAK ALL UTILITY LINES TO PIER ASCERTAIN THE STATUS OF ALL REPAIR LOCKERS NA VIGAY 2017 DETA 45 MINUTES PRIOR TO UNDERWAY IU I2I I3 30 MINUTES PRIOR I TO UNDERWAY III WHEN MANNED AND READY I2I I3I NI ISI PASS THE WORD "ALL HANDS SHIFT INTO UNI- FORM FOR LEAVINO PORT" MLISTER CREW ON STA- TIONfAT QUARTERS NAVIGATION TEAM MANNED AND READY REQUEST PERMISSION FROM THE CO TO CONDUCT THE FOLLOWING: IAQ PASS THE WORD "STA- TION THE SPECIAL SEA AND ANCHOR DETAIL" PASS THE WORD "THE OFFICER OF THE DECK IS SHIFTING HERfHIS WATCH FROM THE QUARTERDECK TO THE BRIDGE" IBD ALL SEA DETAIL STATIONS MANNED AND READY TEST STEERING SYS- TEM AND EMERGENCY STEERING ALARMS IAP IBD TEST ENGINE ORDER TELEGRAPH ICJ TEST ANCHOR WIND- LASS AND MAKE AN- CHOR READY FOR LET- TING GO IDD TEST SHIP'S GENERAL, CHEMICAL AND COLLI- SION ALARMS IEI TEST SHIP'S WHISTLE QFD TEST OF IMC FROM BRIDGE RECORD DRAFT OF SHIP FORE,'AFT TEST SOUND POWERED PHONES, VERIFY ALL STA- TIONS ON LINE RECEIVE DEPARTMENTAL REPORTS OF READINESS TO GET UNDERWAY ,f ' ff III X' 9 QMC KNUFF DEMONSTRATES USING A SEXTANT TO FIX THE SHIP'S POSITION USING CELESTIAL NAVIGA- TION, WHICH IS BASED ON THE SHIP'S LOCATION IN RELATIONSHIP TO THE SUN, MOON, PLANETS AND STARS. ALL PHOTOS BY SANDY KNUFF THE NAVIGATION TEAM IN ACTION: QM2 PRUITT AS RECORDER, QMSA BONE PLOTTER, OMC KNUFF EVAL- UATOR, YN3 WEYEL DECK LOGS, AND RM3 TAYLOR PILOTING PHONE TALKER. BEARING TAKERS, QM3 FIELDS AND QM2 TURNER, ARE ON THE BRIDGE WINGS AND FATHOMETER READER, ET2 MCGEE IS IN THE NAV OFFICE. fy.. X f IF THE ELECTRIC GYROSCOPE AND MAGNETIC COM- PASS BREAK DOWN THEN THE QUARTERMASTERS PLOT SEXTANT ANGLES USING A 3-ARM PROTRACTOR. THE SEXTANT CAN ALSO BE USED TO OBTAIN A FIX BY SIGHTING LAND OBJECTS AND PLOTTING THE RESUL- TANT ANGLES ON A CHART. QM2 PRUITT CONDUCTS TRAINING WITH QMSA BONE. -,,,,-oi" QM3 FIELDS SHOOTS BEARINGS TO OBJECTS ON LAND IN ORDER TO DETERMINE THE SHIP'S POSITION IN THE WATER. ET2 MCGEE PASSES THE FATHOMETER READING, WHICH TELLS THE DEPTH OF WATER BENEATH THE SHIP'S KEEL, TO THE NAVIGATION TEAM ON THE BRIDGE AND THE PILOTING TEAM IN COMBAT. SEA AND ANCHOR DETAIL DIRECT ENGINEERING CON- TROL TO REPORT WHEN MAIN ENGINES ARE READY FOR TESTING. OBTAIN PERMISSION TO TEST MAIN ENGINES FROM CO. ENSURE THAT THE FAN- TAIL IS CLEAR OF BOATS AND FLOATS. PASS TIME CHECK OVER THE IMC REQUEST PERMISSION TO GET UNDERWAY FROM SOPAjHAR- BOR CONTROL SERVICES FROM PIER DISCON- NECTED RIG BROW STAND BY TO RECEIVE TLIGS AND PILOT. IF ANCHORED, HEAVE IN TO SHORT STAY IWHEN DIRECT- EDI IF MOORED TO A BOLIY, TAKE IN CHAIN AND RIDE TO MANILA LINES REPORT READY FOR GETTING UNDERWAY TO THE XO, WHO WILL REPORT TO THE CO PASS WORD "ALL HANDS TO QUARTERS FOR LEAVING PORT" REQUEST PERMISSION TO SIN- GLE UP ALL LINES NOTIFY ENGINEERING CON- TROL TO STANDBY TO AN- SWER ALL BELLS CAST OFF TUGS, AND ESCORT PILOT OFF SHIP BRING ALL BOATS ABOARD SECURE FORECASTLE AND FANTAIL FOR SEA SECURE ANCHOR FOR SEA SECURE THE SPECIAL SEA AND ANCHOR DETAIL SET THE REGULAR UNDERWAY WATCH ,Qv- - i . y . s 3. : .vw I 1 S 5 Y 'ffgin 'Q 'rfb ' GENERAL QUARTERS GENERAL QUARTERS, GENERAL QUARTERS, ALL HANDS MAN YOUR BATTLE STATIONS. SET CONDITION ZEBRA THROUGHOUT THE SHIP. WHEN GENERAL QUARTERS CGQJ IS FIRST SOUNDED, HEARTS BEAT FASTER, ANDRENALIN FLOWS, AND BO- DIES RACE THROUGH THE SHIP TO GET TO THEIR AS- SIGNED STATIONS. THE SHIP'S EXISTENCE DEPENDS ON QUICK, SMART AND SAFE ,IUDGEMENT WITHIN SEC- ONDS OF THE ALARM BEING PASSED. AND, BECAUSE OF OUR SHIP'S HIGH STANDARDS, WE HAVE TO DRILL OVER AND OVER, UNTIL WE GET IT RIGHT. WHEN CONDITION ZEBRA IS SET, HATCHES SLAM DOWN, "DOGS" QBOLTSJ ARE "DOGGED" QBOLTEDJ, AND THE SHIP IS MADE WATER TIGHT THROUGH AND THROUGH, SO AS TO CONTROL FLOODING, IN CASE THE SHIP'S HULL HAS BEEN DAMAGED OR ANY INTERNAL PIPING IS RUPTURED. THESE DRILLS CAN GO ON FOR HOURS, AND WITH VEN- TILATION SHUT OFF, AND THE SHIP BUTTONED UP TIGHT, SO THAT THERE ISN'T ANY NATURAL VENTILA- TION, THE CREW WILL SWEAT IT OUT, LITERALLY. WITH THE SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF GENERAL QUAR- TERS THE CREW CAN FEEL JUSTIFIABLY PROUD THAT WE ARE READY IF THE "REAL THING" EVER HAPPENS. SOMETIMES IT'S HURRY-UP-AND-WAIT, LIKE THIS GROUP WAITING IT OUT N DEEP SHELTER. I I TRAINING CONDUCTED DURING GQ CAN BE LIFESAI ING, HERE THE CHIEF IS CHECKING FOR A TIGHT SEAL PERSONNEL ASSIGNED TO THE REPAIR LOCKERS CAN EX- PECT LOTS OF HARD WORK BUT NOT NECESSARILY ALL THE TIME. M, W ,Q ,N ly I I V, , 27 4 my 'Mx Y' ,, f I , ,,, I 2 ' I QA 1' A f A if , ' Q V ' 2 ' 1 Q , -.Ly ll! I , I , if 'If I WW f ,-ww9Caf A Lf, ff ' 'f-,ff ' f' ' ' I , ' ,f ffffwfws, , I - 3 I I I 'Z I I I I I f O BI II, A III I O I I f SILENT REPETITION OF THE BASIC FORCE THE LEARNING OBJECTIVE: FIRST AID TRAINING FOR A HSLICKING CHEST WOLINDH. DIVIINISTRATIVE DEP RTIVIENT ACADIA'S MOTTO IS SERVICE TO THE FINEST, AND OUR ADMIN DE- PARTMENT TRULY EXISTS FOR THAT PURPOSE, PROVIDING SERVICES TO HER OWN CREW. SEVERAL OFFICES COMBINE TO MAKE UP THIS DEPARTMENT. EDUCATION SERVICES OFFICE IESOJ WHERE CREW MEMBERS CAN RECEIVE GUIDANCE REGARDING NAVY EXAMS AND CIVILIAN CLASSES ON AND OFF SHIP. COMMAND CAREER COUNSELORS OFFICE QCCCJ WHERE PERSONNEL ARE ASSISTED IN OBTAINING THEIR CAREER GOALS, INCLUDING AD- VANCEMENTS, REENLISTMENTS, AND ELIGIBILITY FOR BENEFICIAL PROGRAMS. THE POST OFFICE PROVIDES STAMPS, MONEY ORDERS, AND EFFI- CIENT DISTRIBUTION OF MAIL. THE PERSONNEL OFFICE MAINTAINS THE SERVICE RECORDS OF ACA- DIA'S I30O ENLISTED MEMBER CREW, PROCESSES ORDERS AND MAN- UFACTURES MILITARY ID CARDS. KDIA TV, CAJUN CATERER QTHE SHIP'S NEWSPAPERJ, AND THE PLAN OF THE DAY IPODJ ARE ALL COORDINATED WITHIN THE ADMIN DE- PARTMENT. SHIPWIDE INPUTS ON TOPICS OF INTEREST FOR PUBLICA- TION IS WELCOME. COMMAND MASTER CHIEF, SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELORS, AND MASTER-AT-ARMS FORCE ALL FALL WITHIN THE ADMIN DEPART- MENT, PROVIDING ASSISTANCE TO ACADIA PERSONNEL IN THEIR DESIGNATED AREAS. THE ADMIN OFFICE LIAISONS BETWEEN ACADIA AND ALL OUTSIDE SOURCES OF CORRESPONDENCE. THE LEGAL OFFICE HANDLES WILLS, POWERS OF ATTORNEY, AND PROCESSES VARIOUS TYPES OF DISCHARGES. THE CHAPLAIN'S OFFICE PROVIDES SERVICES ON A WEEKLY BASIS, AND COUNSELING ON A DAILY BASIS. I DIVISION IS RESPONSIBLE FOR PROVIDING A THOROUGH INDOCTRI- NATION INTO SHIP'S PROCEDURES AND ORGANIZATION. '1- CWO2 PATRICIA TEZAK ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER LCDR WALTER DODD -I CHA PLAIN LT RANDY JONES COMMAND LEGAL ADVISOR ,W -1 ADMINXLEGAL YNC SUSAN HELLNER YN2 JULIE DYER YN2 ANTHONY KING YN3 DESIREE NELSON YNSN DAVID UPCHURCH YNSN PHILIP GOLDMAN MAA FORCE MACM KEITH WARNER MAI GEORGE MLINDY BMI LAWRENCE LUERAS SKI JERRIE COLILTER N YOKOSUKA, fix , 1 11.74 ' " CAACfSAC MRCS DAVID CRITSER Llc w:uAM FLEMING MR1 ALFRED SCALI VNSN JEFF GUZIE IDIVISION ICC VALERIE KEOUGH POST OFFICE PCC OSCAR ALMENDAREZ PC3 EMMANLIEL CLARKSTON 3M COORDINATOR MLC DANNY MCDONALD CAREER COUNSELORS NCIISWJ WILSON STEVENS ET2 KATHRYN KAES YM3 STEVEN BRENNER CHAPLIN'S oFF1cE RP3 scoT'r THOMPSON SITEXPAO :ca SHEPHAN VERLARDE :ca SAMUEL vncm. 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If ff: 'i"v?1,Q ' v ' - - ff5fif.Qif 6? f- i51'LffZ,'t13? df' ' x - "4 'si , ' wa , 14 1 A wf. f 'f'f4f ff-cr' f, ,Q W , VILL' 'ii iipii' ' , ff .!"zi v" 'fxiigp , wze f w --, ,jg ,.. , , ' " "M , Q , 31 . , .-3 ,, OPERATIONS DEP MENT THE OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT KEEPS THE SHIP IN TOUCH WITH THE WORLD AROUND IT. COLLECTION AND DISSEMINATION OF RADIO TELEPHONE AND TELE- TYPE TRAFFIC KEEPS THE CREW UP TO DATE ON MO- RALE ITEMS SUCH AS NEWS AND SPORTS WHILE PRO- VIDING ESSENTIAL INFORMATION TO SUPPLY, REPAIR, ADMIN, AND ALL DEPARTMENTS SO THAT THEY CAN DO THEIR JOBS. QUARTERMASTERS ARE CONCERNED WITH KNOWING EXACTLY WHERE THE SHIP IS LOCATED WITH RESPECT TO THE REST OF THE WORLD A F DEGREES OFF TRACK WILL MEAN A LARGE AMOUEW OF ERROR IN MILES AFTER A WEEK'S TRANSIT TNT REMAINDER OF OPS PERSONNEL MAN WATCH TEA HE ON THE SIGNAL BRIDGE, AND COMBAT INFORMA1-IMS CENTER TO HELP THE OFFICER OF THE DECK MANON VER THE SHIP PROPERLY. OPERATIONS DEPARTMEEUI IS THE EYES, EARS AND VOICE OF THE SHIP NT LT JO NELL MIETTINEN OPERATIONS OFFICER ENS MATTHEW BROWN COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER LT JOHN CHRISTOPHER COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER ..,.. --v --1 -" .:.."!:-."" --f OC DIVISION OE DIVISION THE OC DIVISION IS COMMUNICATIONS. THE RADIO- MAN AND SIGNALMAN RATING MANS THIS AREA AND IS RESPONSIBLE FOR OPERATING RADIO AND VISUAL COMMUNICATIONS. THEY PREPARE MES- SAGES FOR RELEASE THROUGH THE NAVY MES- SAGE SYSTEM, COMMERCIAL TELEGRAPH SYS- TEMS, AND OPERATE RADIO TELEPHONES AND TELETYPE MACHINES. THE OE DIVISION IS COMPRISED OF ELECTRONIC TECHNICIANS WHICH FIX ALL THE COMMUNICA- TIONS, RADAR AND SONAR EQUIPMENT IN OPER- ATIONS. RMC TERESE MAK RMC MAYNARO NELSON RMI LEE DENHARTOG RMI GORDON RYNDERS RMI JAMES CHAMBERS RM2 ERIC BLACKSTAD RM2 MICHAEL FOUCHER RM3 JACQLIELINE CONROY RM3 JAMES DEMPSEY RM3 ROY HILYER RM3 CAROLINE WILLIAMS RM3 NANCY PRICE RM3 MICHAEL GORDON RM3 PAM MORRIS RM3 LISA STEFANI 9. A .K ., . K 3 bfi., T ,. - 'V wx IW - A RTXJ X X N Q. .-.AL 4 , CAUOHT AT THE CHINAFLEET CLLIB RM2 BLACKST RM3 HILYER, SMSN ZIELIN AD BY RM3 TAYLOR SK' AND PN3 RUSSELL PHOTO SHOPPING IN PI PH T BY RM3 TAYLOR RM3 WILLEAN HEMPHILL RM3 TRACEY TAYLOR YNSN MICHAEL WEYEL RMSM YVETTE PLIHL RMSN MILTON JONES RMSN LYDIA JONES SN PAMELA JACKSON SMI HAROLD BARCLAY SM2 CYRUS POLLARD SM2 RICK RECOB SMSN LAURIE ZACEK ETI ARTHUR SCHAEFER ET2 GERI STEWART ET2 CHARLES COX ET2 KAREN HITCHEW E13 Bu.-LIE: JO MUNDY RM3 ANDERSON BIGGERS IRM2 HORN ET3 MARK MCQEE RM2 BOONE - I RM2 KARNBACH ET3 JQHNNY HILL SMSN GREEK A ',, I , RM2 NICHOLS SN HAMER m - RM3 OLLEY RM2 HENDERSON 'I I ,RMI STAPLES RM3 ROULETTE I' 'L RM3 WHITEHEAD RMSN THOMPSON X I I ,L SMSN ZIELINSKI ,-M Y ,El V ,,?,,, 1fj59 T' 12443 wiklizurfiy , A J 4,5144 N x CN Di Ol DIVISION THE ow mvxsxom is MADE up OF QUARTERMAS? TERS. QUARTERMASTERS PLOT: 'I'IfIE I 1SI'I II I7ffI15 COURSE BY ELECTRONIC, EcELEsT1AIL,E11IDEAD RECK4 crime AND DEPTH Isoumnnms. THEY SHIP, TAKE IERADAREEBEARINGS EI AIFIIQD I ASSIST IlII I i E I II IiII , I I I I I I I I Il I I I THE OI DIVETSIOITZISIEEL EII IE'I' II'I I2'I SPECIALISTS E FORMATIONE CENITER'EEIliCICbII2'I E E NAVIGATION AND E LOCATED THERE- I HIPS AND DIOTELEPHONESE I I .al I 0. Fu: .. --n--- for-. .nv TW' Q--v-,ui-"' "" I v "" .if- Cl ,....-- S' L, 'fin 5-if -HRM I , ,, A FATHER AND SONQ QAMC ' I PHOTO BY SANDRA KANuFFOAf y C T AOITA f ' THE cnc GANG WITH A ' AA ' KAHLON, Os3 BYRD, ' OSBA IBCIRQH O33 '+ ROB1Nf SON WITH OSCAR. PIjIQ1fCJ TjIBYQM A1i T OA I ' OAT l OI CQ if O O53 BYRO QONOUCTTNO HIS I I'BR1IEF- PHOTO BY OM1 f I 4' NOT PICTURED QMI EGNER OS3 KEITH BYRD QM3 FIELDS OS3 ROGER BLIRCH QMSN BQNE O53 DALVINDER KAHLON SN HAMER OS3 ROBINSON OSSN NICHOLS NOW WE KNOW WHY CIC COFFEE HAS THAT SPECIAL FLAVOR. NOTE OSSN NI- CHOL'S SOCK IN BASKET OF COFFEE POT. PHOTO BY SANDRA KNCIFF I ,U STANDARD INTELLIGENCE EGNER C QMC THOMAS KNLIFF QM2 STEVEN PRUITT QM3 TIMOTHY TURNER QM3 SHARON BRICE QMSN GARY NOLL PH OTc5ff BY YN2. BRENNER -,MQ -Tx 1 Hp In 'a I J . - 1 ul. ,. ,Q- Q'- , 'wg W -Q -. ,. .,4 .W V --nv 1 F ,. A V. WU., - .. -...mi ZF, -. , -N-, --Q, rf: -,--- , 'a3"--1' rt'-: ' . . xl: v .-v.-4 -- U ., 1, f - . EXW YI SRU, A , ' 1 'erv?E5i2. 1 , f- vm...,Q x ' 1 fQ:,.7Qf2fgQli , A ri 1 fr P .4: "1- "Hf-1'- 151 .A .. ',r':' S9f' " '. '-IZ' " f-fr-K e' 1'.. -..fify:.f, ix: ,il-' J, -' Lr.-,.-- .- . ' -M 'fa Q. - - -I-2: Q k -:fu S-:k'9:L4.- V 5. f' .. , wvg,-Q 'Q' ' 5, '- .-.- V- A , .4-. .a . , -ff' v ,,'. f"r -ffhgf. ., 1, A-. 'v A ,A , , .1 V. ' .FIVE .lik I .V E D A 1 .gff Sf- Q . ,Cf 1 -.g..'f: - f' Q- I rf '. 'V f,,f.1--.1-r--V 1 1-,.,.- - ,,,. . - ' , "':U','x'.,,, . , 4 ,'-r.'-,- 'V ,' " ,,rn, ni,-'-,.. .. " ,1- 'uf' 'A 'KX Q' 1 ' ' '-.1 -' - v A-, . . ' m:y5."wa,1,1h, -f- f - ba , v V .gp m ?' f g f f'j5z f i5x-A '-.1 j liii XV ' A . - -W 'i 7 Q , . .f f'5-' ' ..- 3,3 '17'f,, "E-. 3, T Q- - ' W r ' zs., . ' -' ' , ill, wg, , , 31 . . V- f. . Wi p.. :- rr, ...CI4-.. Q........ .- PHOTO BY YN2 BRENNER . 0- Us ngq-,.' qgprllmlm' vw 1 1 K' iziwf15 'jla-lA.'f- - x '1f?1v':'e+E:ef'crfo7" 'rt' -- .,.1..:.a..1....E..r',z'..1.,,, ,va b 1 zfrfmzifjftfiit?2.'tf4r1::0-t.z.m., z-:Q ," f"'Q: iLV.1m4,,,,Lg4,4.1,..,'.',i 1, Nh -" -" "4 ""'f'- , , ,yy--wA'5, ' we f-,v--'w-1'- .sn':"i11rzf4"':fa",f ,, ,- Mui L' 39gm,,3..., . C,f5,f.'Q Ig-'r:,44:1g41A, ' ' . ' ', ?i,:,54.4'y Vg,-W..1-,,.m.,,,,. ..,. Q,,,,,,,,,,, ,A , V , - ,.:g' f.,,...f-fr.. C. i,,,E.., L ...M5ggg.3--:If J.: :iii-,gghex-Q-.21,'F3. DEC EPART E T DECK DEPARTMENT PROVIDES SEAMANSHIP SER- VICES TO THE COMMAND, AND IS COMPRISED OF FOUR DIVISIONS TO HANDLE THE ANCHORS AND MORRINCI LINES, MAN THE SHIP'S BOATS AND CRANES, AND THE CINDERWAY WATCH STATIONS ON THE BRIDGE. THEY PROVIDE THE SHIP'S SECLIRI- TY FORCES AND MAN THE SHIP'S WEAPONS. X. :vw I . I I K It Q E N A: -. Lrggg 5 QI! '7El'U BMC WILLIAM REID FIRST DIVISION OFFICER CWO2 DAVID CRADIT BOATS AND CRANES DIVISION OFFICER vs. i LT JOHN CHRISTOPHER SECOND DIVISION OFFICER nn-Q-,f CWO2 WALTER ROBINSON WEAPONS DIVISION OFFICER if -. .,. -- 1ST DIVISION .--., ' j c- I. 1 A f.-"r'rff2PPV f' f FIRST DIVISION QISTJ IS RESPONSIBLE FOR SPACES AND EQUIPMENT FORWARD, INCLUDING THE TWO 40,000 POUND BOW ANCHORS. BOATSWAINS MATES OF IST MAINTAIN THE APPEARANCE OF THE QUARTERDECKS, FORWARD WEATHERDECKS, AND THE SHIP'S BELL. BELOW DECKS, THEY MAIN- TAIN AND ISSUE SUPPLIES FROM THE FORWORD BOS'N LOCKER, AND HAVE RESPONSIBILITY FOR FOUR MOORING STATIONS AND THE ANCHOR HAN- DLING ROOM. -,W V I I.uf-navy . . .,..--W -s my 4iyQHN54"9v . Q N X BMI RUFINO DELROSARIO BM2 JAIME LOPEZ BM3 MITCH HELTON A BM3 CLARK DAVISON BM3 KIM SADLER BM3 ROBERT ADAMS BM3 JOHNNY CHRISTIAN BM3 CYNTHIA COLLAR BM3 TRUEY BURKE BM3 RANDOLPH TORRALBA BM3 DANIEL KIRK BM3 KEITH ANDERSON BMSN TERRANCE GEORGE SN VERONICA FONTENO SN NAOMI ROSENBERG SN KIMBERLY EILENSTINE SN WILLIE BROWN SA CHERIE MITCHELL SA CHARLENE Mccunov SA MICHAELE DINATALE SA CHARLOTTE MCINTURF SA GLORIA BROWN SA KIM STALSBERG SR DOUGLAS KNOTT 37 ZND 'si DECISIONS! DECISIONS! IT'S ALL IN A DAYS WORK BY SN MALEY 5? m.,'4 'mf 7- p-. 1 'T I I -7189 H""""""'L 3' I f Z .-M31 BMI RENATO INZA-CRUZ BMI ROBERT CAPPIELLO BM3 GERALD SCHOEN BM3 GARY ARNOLD BM3 MARY WOLFE BM3 KAREN VEIGA BM3 PATRICK JACKSON BMSN ALAN DANIELSON SN JAMES CAMPBELL SN TERRY GRIFFITH SN DIANA DIXON FN ROBYN ECKERN YNSN FRANK ZALICH SA TAMMY BEAUDION SA ANGELITA SEARS s if SN DIANNA DIXON IN THE PROCESS OF PAINTING THE SHIP, - 51.3 YU AGAIN. PHOTO BY SN FLO BEATO BMSN JOSEPH SZALA BMSN JACK BOWEN SN SUSAN DOMINGUEZ SN VERGIL VERGARA D SN MICHELLE BACHAN In , .43 A SN BRENDA SA .JOLETTA DORAIS1 SA MARY Jo MALE! SA FLORENCE BEATQ I BM3 VAUGHN BMSN BARN 3 . N 7 iwx ' M3 W LFE. AN SN MA sm cuessan , , 1, N 2 ! N I I N ' 'A Q vi K XS ...- "' . ,..i- , ,, Al- - ' "Z" BOATS AND CRANES BOATS AND CRANES DIVISION fBfCI IS RESPONSI- BLE FOR THE FOUR SHIP'S CRANES WHICH SUPPLY LIFTING SERVICES FOR CARGO AND EQUIPMENT. THE TRAVELING CRANES ARE USED TO HOIST THE SHlP'S BROWS AND TAKE ONBOARD THE SUPPLIES UTILIZED BY ACADIA'S CREW. THE LARGE CENTER- LINE CRANES ARE USED TO LIFT AN ENTIRE GAS TURBINE ENGINE FROM THE ENGINEROOM OF OUR NAVY'S MODERN DESTROYERS. THE SHIP'S BOATS ARE USED TO TRANSPORT PERSONNEL, PARTS, AND SUPPLIES IN PORTS WHERE ACADIA IS NOT MOORED PIERSIDE. 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XM.XXL.S-NWC-Lf - A X X A X X . . - .X pw- A wg-xx QQLQN , S I L . esfrgzwxfgri 'T ':?g,ii1f'f-' Fins" AWK? sb .L I. ,F Q i 2 Ffa E H' -SV H344 II I -P' ,pf in J N 'Q ' an , nf- lpn GOIN I AND g:fNI-T-JQXQIQI STYLE! FN TERRI MILLER, EN2 KATHY O'B RT1ENjBM2IM 1LL1E CA OSHINO-RODRIGUEZ. PHOTO BY BM2 CANIPEQEL- XX ..-XCQX LQ X L. CML 7 LE Q kv E, -,-N-- '-' -'4.-f-f-"E ' A .OM A :,.T Q ,,.. D NY. T ' Fit. . X .-59 'L 'W ' ka, E. ':Jlr.mh-.. GEORGE I. PURDY MOTOR WHALE BOAT RACE """'f-.. J" -Q 4 -, -' E - , .S- vlcToR1ous AT SEAI! THE MWB CREW: BM2 VILLA, BM2 ANDERSON EN2 DOWNING, BM3 FLANNERY, EM3 FOREST, EN3 ROULAND AND YNSN ZALICH IN YOKOSUKA JAPAN. PHOTOS BY BJ BENACH ? R f i i I s i i 1 ,IE A I DECK DEPARTMENT MLISTERS PRIOR TO UNREP FOR LAST MINUTE BRIEF- ING. PHOTO BY BM2 CANIPE XS , Cm K REFLIELING RIG OVER AND CONNECTED, AND ANOTHER SHIP IS IN WAITING STATION ASTERN. PHOTO BY CWO2 ROBINSON CINDERWAY REPLENISHIVIENT ON THE BRIDGE WING CAPT FINCH AND ENS SANDERS, WHO IS "CONNING" THE SHIP ALONGSIDE, ARE IN- TENT ON MAINTAINING THE BEST POSSIBLE LINEUP BETWEEN THE TWO SHIPS. PHOTO BY CWO2 ROBIN- SON THE REFUELING RIG ON THE WAY OVER, JUST PRIOR TO HOOKLIP. PHOTO BY CWO2 ROBINSON .. . - - L . . , gff,-, ' ' 4-Lint, WEAPONS WEAPONS DIVISION QWEPSJ IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE STORAGE, MAINTENANCE, AND USE OF THE SHIP'S LIGHT CALIBRE ARMAMENT AND SMALL ARMS. QUANTITIES OF ORDINANCE AND WEAPONS ARE STORED BY WEPS TO BE ISSUED TO OTHER SHIPS IN SUPPORT OF ACADIA'S FLEET SUPPORT MISSION. WEPS IS RESPONSIBLE FOR EQUIPPING AND TRAINING ACADIA'S SECURITY FORCES. THEIR PERSONNEL MAN AND EMPLOY THE SHIP'S DEFEN- SIVE ARMS, WHICH INCLUDE 2OMM CANNONS, 4OMM AUTOMATIC GRENADE LAUNCHERS, 50 CAL. MA- CHINE GUNS, AND M60 LIGHT MACHINE GUNS. Wi ...,,.. . .,.v.,,, ,, 7, , M, 1 if fa! I . fS.f MW" . . - f ww M77 , f.-,, I QL... 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' .A-.V , r ef: wr' - .x -'Q A E. 1 4..- lgf- ' ' ' fL,,, -igf - - 5-1.5-7,:.-f35.x:24-4-i.gff:L4!?q ENGINEERI G DEPARTMENT THE ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT IS RESPONSIBLE FOR: THE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF SHIP'S MACHINERYQ DAMAGE AND CASUALTY CON- TROLg REPAIR OF HULL AND MACHINERYQ POWER, LIGHTING AND WATER MAINTENANCE UPKEEP AND MAINTENANCE OF UNDERWATER FITTINGS. AS THE ENGINEERS LIKE TO SAY, "IF YOU AIN'T AN ENGINEER, YOU'RE JUST A PASSENGER." LT GUSTAV DENECAMP L OTTE SCOTT ENGINEERING OFFICER TIG CI-MIEFENIGHT ASSIS TA N T ENGINEERING OFFICER " LTJG KATHLEEN HOWELL CWO3 WILLIAM CROSBY A DIVISION OFFICER M DIVISION OFFICER BTC GREGORY OAKMAN B DIVISION OFFICER LTJG DONALD SANDERS LTJG PAMELA MARKIEWICZ E DIVISION OFFICER R DIVISION OFFICER Lk fi',,.ZL"'.5".-P"' .f'f.vs-9' Q24 'E T' A DIVISION AUXILIARIES DIVISION CAD IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL "HOTEL" SERVICES EQUIPMENT. THIS INCLUDES GALLEY, LAUNDRY, AIR CONDITIONING, REFRIGERA- TION, CONVEYORS, AND ELEVATORS. ADDITIONAL- LY, A DIVISION IS RESPONSIBLE FOR EVAPORATION PLANTS, ANCHOR WINDLASS, STEERING GEAR, AND STEAM HEAT THROUGHOUT THE SHIP. ENGINEMEN IN A DIVISION MAINTAIN THE EMERGENCY DIESEL AND HELO PUEL SYSTEMS. .,, p-,rv Afy P"'!5'9"M " 5 - ,.--fS"'?f?I9""Z" hd- A ' ' ' ' ' ' , ,,,- ---"P" -- . . - -f f -- 'SFU- sm rv f lfllgaz 1, :mu Q f' Mm fi 'f if 2 "ln :Sum fu. Mm "W sntffl I ' -. N I IvI DIVISION I I I I I MAIN PROPLILSION CMJ IS RESPONSIBLE FOR MAIN- TENANCE, REPAIR AND OPERATION OF THE MAIN A ENGINE, SHlP'S SERVICE TURBO OENERATORS, LP I I IARY MACHINERY. H I I 'I IL - I fi- . R. . AIR COMPRESSORS, AND ALL ASSOCIATED AuxIL- I I A if I I i . I , I I! 'I , I , QQ- , I il l.V1 I E I L ' N I I, I i. I k,I, i , ,I VQI' I I II IQ If F132 I AIAI I I "ffff'fi f. fl,,z:,.:,1f-,gIggy:--I-In.1 , , . ' A- H A A . ., . xl - 54 V Q4H1m.-q:L'5t,-- -.rw ' --,fi f , v-I ' ' ' pr- 41.- '--'I V r if mimi an ,. V ff? f 5 'M 9 --iialil., . 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OVERTIME IS lin, liigi2T'yf - f E DIVISION ELECTRICAL DIVISION QED IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE GENERATION AND DISTRIBUTION OF SHIP'S POWER, MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OF ELECTRICAL EQUIP- MENT, AND OPERATION OF PORTABLE TOOL ISSUE. '75-. 4, ,, s XMA cM H AR R1SQN JACKSON mc qmzfswPuER S MALLEY 9 GAY SHORT l 1 1eMc RQQue. cACAO gJAMEgS GARRfGA ' f2 ' '2 Qfriff 1-.gf3aJ1iZ::.fff, 4fi'1-ffffei 32 ,fi Wi' 7 ., .-,gqywj-f:,'f:-wiffy ff,-ffflf"',-'11-' k vi ? i f, A Q -56 . M , J a,mxaaE5.,5,2,:,f ff fn 1,.bL:fi w3Z yi Q V if 4 Vlwf x1 - ' .9 4 'f-'vi I li. 'WA 'I CV -1 S4 iff 2 '-'22 'I 4? Z W T EVERYBODYD ,lin Inf fs ax! ff X ff! YS 'QS ,r Ni' ' A A Mi W Q S NW fqw X CN X xx 61 , , ,Lgf?..,,,.,:,,,,,iLi I 41.44515 R DIVISION REPAIR DIVISION IRQ IS RESPONSIBLE FOR MAINTEN- ANCE AND REPAIR OF THE SHIP'S HULL, DAMAGE CONTROL EQUIPMENT, REPAIR LOCKERS, AND SHIP'S SEWAGE PLANT. 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THEY ALSO REPLACE AND REPAIR JOINER DOORS. THE WELD SHOP PERFORMS ALL TYPES OF HELIARC WELDING ON VARIOUS THICKNESSES AND TYPES OF WELDABLE MATERIALS, SHAPES AND CASTINGS. THIS SHOP ALSO PERFORMS ARC WELDING ON VARIOUS STEELS INCLUDING QUALITY ASSURANCE PROCE- DURES ON HULLS, DECKS, HATCHES AND HIGH PRES- SURE STEAM SYSTEMS AND THEIR COMPONENTS. THE NUCLEAR WELD SHOP PROVIDES NUCLEAR COM- PONENT SYSTEMS WELDING FOR NUCLEAR SHIPS. THE PIPE SHOP PERFORMS ONBOARD OR SHIP TO SHOP REPAIRS AND FABRICATION FOR ALL PIPINGfVALVE SYSTEMS UP TO SIX INCHES IN DIAMETER. NEW INSTAL- LATIONS ARE FABRICATED FROM BLUEPRINTS, DRAW- INGS AND EXISTING PIPING. THE LAGGING SHOP MANUFACTURES LAGGING AND PADS AND PROVIDES FACILITIES FOR INSTALLATION OF INSULATION ANDfOR LAGGING ON ALL SHIPBOARD MEMBERS OF 17A SHEET METAL SHOP: HT3 NORL- ING, HT2 TERRY, HT3 HALL, HTFN QUEEN, HTFN NEESE, HT3 HOFF- MAN, HT1 HARKER, HTFN DAVIS, HT3 PORADEK. PHOTO BY HT3 NORMAN HEIZMAN PIPING, BULKHEADS AND DUCTING. THEY ALSO MAIN- TAIN THE NECESSARY EQUIPMENT FOR REMOVING Ag. BESTOS MATERIALS. THE CARPENTER AND PATTERN SHOP PERFORMS Ml. NOR STRUCTURAL REPAIRS TO ALL TYPES OF WOOD AND FIBERGLASS MOTOR BOATS, LAUNCHES AND LANDING CRAFT. THE SHOP IS CAPABLE OF REPAIRING OR MANUFACTURING VARIOUS WOODEN COMPONENTS FOR ACCOMMODATION LADDERS, BROWS AND DECK GRATING. OTHER PROJECTS INCLUDE MAKING QUAR- TERDECK ROSTER BOARDS, WOODEN PLAQUE BACKS AND SHIPPING CRATES. THE PATTERN SHOP USES BLUE PRINTS OR SAMPLE PARTS TO PRODUCE WOODEN AND COMPOSITION PATTERNS WHICH ARE USED BY THE SHIP'S FOUNDRY TO MANUFACTURE METAL PARTS. THE RIGGING SHOP PROVIDES RIGGING FOR SHIP-TO- SHOP ITEMS. THEY ALSO FABRICATE AND REPAIR FLIGHT DECK SAFETY NETS AND FLIGHT DECK SAFETY LINES. THE CANVAS SHOP MANUFACTURES AWNINGS, BOAT COVERS AND WINDSCREENS AS WELL AS SAFETY NETS AND NYLON STRAPS. THEY ALSO REUPHOLSTER NAVY ISSUED FURNITURE. THE FOUNDRY MANUFACTURES CASTINGS AND BIL- LETS OF FERROUS AND NON-FERROUS METALS. 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M I , Wy, ,W ,U mm 7fW '1 -J H' 'Qi' 'Y ill ,.-'N i i an If ...vvx,:,v-"my . sis R5 DIVISION THE NUCLEAR SUPPORT FACILITY 1R55 PROVIDES RADIOLOGICAL CONTROLS SUPPORT FOR REPAIR OF NUCLEAR SYSTEMS ON NUCLEAR POWERED VESSELS. RADIAC CALIBRATION PROVIDES CALI- BRATION AND REPAIR OF RADIAC INSTRUMENTS USED IN THE FLEET. MUCH TIME IN THE DIVISION IS DEVOTED TO TRAINING ITS MEMBERS TO BE PRE- PARED FOR DIFFERENT SITUATIONS AND PROB- LEMS WHICH MAY ARISE FROM NUCLEAR WORK. THE TRAINING IS IN THE FORM OF LECTURES, DRILLS, AND EVOLUTIONS. FA MARGUERITE ALDRIDGE AS A VOLUNTEER COOK AT A FANTAIL FROLIC. PHOTO BY HT3 LEVEQUE HSE. -'lt Q 3, 'NPI' i mfr M xr, yi 'LT Q1 'Wh We Siff awk -'S' -J EVN- f...f ?S8WWfVWlWfWl - Nl' """"T"'TT' T RP DIVISION THE REPAIR PLANNINCUREPAIR ADMIN DIVISION IN- CLUDES FIVE SHOPS WHICH SCREENfACCEPTfREJECT WORK REQUESTS, AND PROVIDES INFORMATION ON JOB PROGRESS VIA SHIP'S SUPERINTENDENTS. THE ANALYSIS, RECORD, AND REPORT SECTION PRO- VIDES DAILY COMPUTER PRINTOUTS ON JOB PRODUC- TION AND STATUS. THE PLANNING SHOP RESEARCHES AND SPECIFIES THE SHOP RESPONSIBILITIES, TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS AND MATERIAL REQUIREMENTS, AND OTHER CONDI- TIONS TO ENSURE PROPER REPAIR TO SPECIFICATION IS ACCOMPLISHED. THE NUCLEAR PLANNING SHOP RESEARCHES AND SPECIFIES ALL REQUIREMENTS AND CONDITIONS OF ALL NUCLEAR ORIENTED WORK. 4 THE TECHNICAL LIBRARY HAS AVAILABLE VARIOUS NAVY TECHNICAL MANUALS AND PUBLICATIONS. f f f f f f Q f f f f 1 V A f f V 4 f f 5 1 f 7 4 2 7 -,,A , x H425 ' ,L 108 RQ DIVISIUH THE REPAIR QUALITY ASSURANCE DIVISION PRO- VIDES ON THE JOB INSPECTION SERVICE TO EN- SURE REPAIR TO SPECIFICATION RESULTS FOR MIS- SION CRITICAL AND CONTROLLED SYSTEMS, AND REVIEWS CONTROLLED WORK PACKAGES. THEY ALSO PROVIDE TRAINING FOR SHIPS IN QUALITY ASSURANCE PROCEDURES. THERE ARE THREE SHOPS WITHIN RQ DIVISION: NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING, QUALITY ASSUR- ANCE, AND METALLOGRAPHICXMETAL IDENTIFICA- TION LAB. N RN XR X NR X5 XRS ,,,, 'CWOD ,- XA f ZEN, X A-'Q L .A CQW C NVXXQQQ1' A Ss G Qff Xi-I J mf A Q f . M Z is 5 I Q -' -- f-- 1. ,Egg 31 N wi' Wk mm' gf 'J SI' Numa 4 Q 5 E6 1 1 1 N I RS DIVISION THE REPAIR SERVICE DIVISION IS COMPRISED OF 9 SHOPS, AND PROVIDES REPAIRS OR SPECIAL SERVICES TO TENDED SHIPS. THE OPTICAL SHOP REPAIRS A VARIETY OF OPTICAL AND NAVIGATION INSTRUMENTS, SUCH AS TELE- SCOPES, BINOCULARS, MAGNETIC COMPASSES, AND ORDNANCE GUN SIGHTS. THE ENGRAVING SHOP MECHANICALLY ENGRAVES ON ALUMINUM, PRE-POLISHED BRASS, COPPER, PLASTIC, AND COLORED GRAVOPLY. THE WATCH AND CLOCK SHOP REPAIRS, CLEANS, AND ADJUSTS STOPWATCHES, COMPARING CLOCKS, BOAT CLOCKS, DECK CLOCKS, ELECTRIC AND DIRECT READ- ING CLOCKS. THE BUSINESS MACHINE REPAIR SHOP CLEANS, AD- JUSTS, REPAIRS, AND OVERHAULS VARIOUS MANUAL AND ELECTRIC TYPEWRITERS. THEY ALSO REPAIR ADD- ING MACHINES, DUPLICATORS, AND MIMEOGRAPH AND DITTO MACHINES. THE MECHANICAL STANDARDS SHOP REPAIRS AND CALIBRATES VARIOUS MECHANICAL TACHOMETERS, PRESSURE SENSING DEVICES, AND OTHER EQUIPMENT. THE FLEXIBLE HOSE SHOP INSPECTS, TESTS, AND PRE. FABRICATES FLEXIBLE HOSES. THE ORDNANCE REPAIR SHOP ASSISTS WITH REPAIR, ALIGNMENT, AND TESTS OF WEAPONS SYSTEMS ABOARD TENDED SHIPS, AND ASSISTS WITH TROUBLE- SHOOTING AND REPAIR OF MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL, HYDRAULIC, AND PNEUMATIC SYSTEMS ASSOCIATED WITH ORDNANCE MATERIALS. THEY ALSO TEST SPRIN- KLER SYSTEMS FOR MAGAZINES AND PRP SYSTEMS. THE KEY AND LOCK SHOP PROVIDES MOST LOCKSMITH SERVICES, INCLUDING REPAIRS OF SAFES AND DUPLI- CATION OF KEYS. THE PRINT SHOP PRINTS NON STANDARD FORMS, COM- MAND WELCOME ABOARD PAMPHLETS, OPERATING LOGS, AND THE ACADIA'S MONTHLY NEWSPAPER. THEY ALSO PROVIDE PRINTING OF OHTER ITEMS IF NEEDED. 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A-JE" ' iK sms ROLANDO VICTORIA ENS ROSS FOWI-ER STQRES DIVISION FOOD SERVICE OFFICER SUPERVISOR LTJG MARY JO LANNI SHIP'S SERVICE OFFICER ENE TEREEA GREEN A515 if-222' 2551?-ESOL DISBURSING OFFICER f A - -- .:.11"L:::4:5-1-.ianiff-4:11 W Y Y i I-if 1, ,:,,..Vi ,,i..:- nn, -, .L . 1+ .,: -1 WML: L.: ,:,-1. .y. S1 DIVISION STORES DIVISION ISU IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE RE- CEIPT, STOWAGE, ISSUE AND SHIPMENT OF CON- SLIMABLES AND REPAIR PARTS INVENTORY, AND E SLIPPLY MANAGEMENT OF CONTROLLED EQLII- J PAGE AND MATERIALS, ABOLIT 39,000 ITEMS IN I ALL, AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT. I I 5 21.9.9 wcaizw. AD-41.2 ,iff .f I5 MDM f UTO i pan. omwn.. I use and 'aigw-2. , , N ' N 1 E , xx ., Lxxxxx, A X X 'X Q DHWESECQ rw ,f 2 Z Z X Q 7 5 7 f 4 7 X W W 7 ? Q 4 S9 S N: X X X S X i I-12" . 1 -- SKSN Brisfwi pm i'.11'I SKAN ROSAURO ALDANA SKSN IVAN RAMIREZ SKSN WILLIAM SPENCER SKSN DON WALZ ffl5KSN F1EL1xi MONTES I III 5 I SKSNIMIKE ESAIRDC II sKIsNIPATR1CKIIRHEmI II LARRY: Wm-"5M5 IIIII I I X -,N X 9 x"""+f-.M S2 DIVISION FOOD SERVICES QSZJ PREPARES MEALS FOR ENLIST- ED PERSONNEL, CHIEF PETTY OFFICERS AND OFFI- CERS, AND OPERATES THE ENLISTED DINING, CPO MESS AND WARDROOM FACILITIES. THE FOOD SER- VICES DIVISION ALSO PROVIDES FOOD SERVICE SUPPORT TO TENDED LINITS. sf I f J - "..,.'f. "Y-"A-wi31T.a:'-7?-5.I.1.. 'Y' ,, , MSCS EDUARDO ELKJORDE MSC FERNAND MARINAS MSC LEONARDO MIGUEL M81 ARTCIRO APSAY MSI MAXIMO DEVERA Amromro oufauz-: VILLANLIEVA Q l 5 l l 2 l ? 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THIS DIVISION PROCURES, RECEIVES STORES, ISSUES AND SELLS SHIP'S STORE ITEMS, MAIN- TAINS INVENTORIES OF CONSUMABLES FOR USE IN SERVICE ACTIVITIES, MAINTAINS RELATED RE- CORDS AND PREPARES REQUIRED REPORTS, RE- TURNS AND CORRESPONDENCE. THE PROFITS FROM THESE OPERATIONS ARE PAID TO THE SHIP'S RECREATION FUND. PTT' "ing" 'T '- - 5 5 5 f :Ififsiiz ll 25.6 1:1 43 Wim! F Q52 f'1'e.QfiZfii' PM K 4 ff ga f fxfifwgfgfig H pf, gffmf ififx M 1 ,-f ,f",fgnamQ-f:fff:g.'fa'-..1.':4,'12'-riws.6 Arai' X SHCS JESSE MCCLINTON SH1 RUBEN SANCHEZ SHI LOLHE RAVANA SHI JONATHAN ORDILLAS SH2 VENT PAYNE ,f SH2 H JAMES SCUTT sus VICTOR .JONES SH3 lSANDRA ABBOTT l .,Vf j ..,,.L Li 1 ' f5H31 FORRE1ST ROGERS Mou N'r FuJl Q PHOTO BY M53 VANARSDALE: Q ' , f, XX 131 - . - -- ,. .. . . , , . . . V vf -1. .N .- ,, .Y ' .. .. "HW-k - 't ---' ""?""""'k'--"-ff"-d4wuf1'2aa- - 'Sw Q'-"-:fu ' 1- , ., , -f-1-"' ' 'f ' fs-HK'li'1HhEsiL3 "' 1 .im,gumxzwbzhlrvfzlrlfhlualawm-ff.--4---.M-,. +'....una-,Ngf--M...-. 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ALL PHOTOS BY JO3 VINZANT If f I ,Q " fag , I ,,,, f -ffm I n H .,, as fa I U-nr .. -vi" -wg 0,9 STIRRING THAT PAINT UP. 1 f I , 4 ff Z W 4 f Wh Zia? ,,, f f if 42 EVERYONE HAS THEIR OWN STYLE WITH A PAINT BRUSH, BUT THE RE- SULT IS THE SAME, A MUCH IM- PROVED ENVIRONMENT FOR THE CHILDREN. .!bvF!v:uxe I , V' "'-'fzsninl haw- ""' 'xllKw m me - Ni c 1 SC sk Q .Ng by ,.' . 29' NM A 'sw e ' f A ... ps-an-u-and-soul THE ARE REASON THAT WE THERE, THE CHIL- DREN. DOC MYERS EXAMINES A YOUNG PATIENT. COMMUNITY RELATIONS PHILIPPINES LT. PREWITT WITH A C APTIVE AUDIENCE. NOT JUST ANOTHER PRETTY FACE, LT BUCK DEMONSTRATES HIS PROFICIENCY WITH A PAINT BRUSH. . , ' Qklas-4 , , f., , --, 1' .-'P.sL:ifLTZ ' - 1 ' " ...-43-s...3h.ae'1, is Sam -W.-g.,f.,.f.m.... 1 MEDICAL DEPARTMENT ACADlA'S MEDICAL DEPARTMENT INCLUDES AN OPERATING ROOM, A BACTERIOLOGICAL AND CLIN- IC LABORATORY, PORTABLE AND STATIONARY X- RAY EQUIPMENT, PHARMACY, AN AUDIOMETRIC BOOTH, HYDROTHERAPHY AND PHYSIO-THERAPHY ROOM, A 42 BED HOSPITAL WARD, INCLUDING 4 QUIET-ROOM BEDS, A CARDIAC CARE UNIT, AN OR- THOPEDIC TRACTION UNIT, AND THREE FULLY READY BATTLE DRESSING STATIONS. ROUTINE PHYSICAL EXAMS ARE CONDUCTED DAILY TO IN- CLUDE EXTENSIONS, RE-ENLISTMENTS, RADIATION HEALTH AND DISCHARGE PHYSICALS. MINOR SUR- GERY AND WART REMOVAL SERVICES ARE ALSO AVAILABLE. ENS MICHAEL REISERT LT MC RADIATION HEALTH OFFICER .J at 541 If lf, UW s ' ,sl I HM2 ANTONIO CRUZ HM2 JOHN MARINO HM3 NICOLAS ROSS! HM3 ERIC STEPHENSON HN MARGARETA EMMANLIELLI 2 ff 0 If W f Z ifVIfkI7V.i ,krry . 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Q Q A Q wwf 5 sg x 4 Q , Sf? -LN .Q XA X J . . 4 1 x ' X 2 ,xszgw -x X V ,C A A Q ,, :I S Es Q C . x f, . ,A 2- f I - Q- W QS ' N A .ENC N I J'- CDR MYERS GIVES AN ANIMATED DEMONSTRATION OF THE PROPER WAY TO BRUSH. ONE OF THE CHILDREN THAT WILL HAVE A BETTER START IN LIFE, THANKS TO THE GENEROSITY OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE. CREW MEMBERS DONATE THEIR TIME AND SKILLS TO HELP OTHERS. CCIVIIVIUNITY REL TICNS M82 RLINDELL DIGGING IN. ALL PHOTOS BY Jos VIN- A ZANT MANY DIFFERENT STYLES OF PAINTING, BLIT THE RESLILT IS THE SAME- "IF I COULD .ILIST REACH THAT LAST, LITTLE LL I I , V, I PLACE." I' ! 44 mm: DENTAL DEPARTMENT ACADIA'S DENTAL DEPARTMENT IS ONE OF THE FINEST FACILITIES AFLOAT. DENTAL IS EQUIPPED WITH A FULL SERVICE PROSTEHTIC LABORATORY AND X-RAY FACILITIES. THEIR EXPERTISE ALLOWS US TO PROVIDE COMPLETE DENTAL SERVICES, FROM ROUTINE EXAMS AND FILLINGS TO MORE INVOLVED PROCEDURES SUCH AS ORAL SURGERY. CDR ERNEST MYERS CDR ARTHUR WOLFF DENTAL OFFICER DENTAL OFFICER g 1 ,.,,N-f--f.,vs:s'111-- ' ' - - .- -' - LT JAMES PREWITT ASSISTANT DENTAL OFFICER LT JOHN BUCK LT MARK LITTLESTAR PRE VENTIVE DENTISTRY D DIVISION OFFICER OFFICER .era-. . "'E' u'. ' V ' DTC DAVID FALLS DTPI JOHN RECTOR DTP2 HENRY RODRIGUEZ DT3 JANET AREIZAGA DN JESSIE CARREON 'NT"ui,. 'ff ww Yr WX If 1 X. V jfs' X Y As' nf, 3. .. . . I 11 f aff 1 f 1 ,, I ,ii Vxx. ,ig K r i. QI . fN Lx: N f Q I Z W W f ff fi Q , W 1 W, f f , Z , Z f XZ? Z ff 7 f '15 0 . ' Z n , V ' 2 2 , ' Z 5 Z, Z 7 4 mf 1 Q f f 4 7 ' 7 f N? Z , 0 2 V X W Q ff i f if Z! X X4 , 4 W Z f, 7 X f PWWWW f , , , Q Q W' ,Z , W , f , wg X ,M V7 fmmgf Q' 5, 7 Z! f XM! f f 4 f ,Z 4 W ar, W WW! 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I . , ' 4' ' Nfgfnifs f -410' "V . -- :mf-W '- I I i T"-'TTTTTV' my I I SPCRTS BASKETBALL I I I I I I I THE NUMBER ONE TEAM IN FLEET COMPETITION: BACK ROWMS3 HARVEY, LT JONES, MMFN WASHINGTON, SN CLAYTON, MR2 GRANTQ MIDDLE ROW LT PRLIITT, RM2 FLOLIRNOY, SM2 POLLARD, IM3 GASKIN: FRONT ROWSMI BARCLAY, MMI FORMAN I' I I -.....Y -....-.-- . ,, ...,,... ... ...-.-..--Agq- --"f '-ff N 'X - .. .WI X, : """" 'Taft . , - SOFTBALL 4 " Q 5 , ff-155,05 Nga XX X X 11:2 ,XXX W ,....X .. ..,.X..M..,f SMX' X X I 1 X ,X .X X, TNQ .X W S mir? :F 'X X Q A , Q . X Sw - -'XX X X 3 X Z QI 9 5 -W X, I 1 ,af X , , NA X ,XX .Q ,tw X X X 3 wx. m e I. SS Bm x, N ,XA X 7 X X N w X4 Rfk wig ,X M Xw Qi Wa XX,w.,NX? X225 Si S Y U ? F X ' 'X ,,XX,XN,.,.. f IQ ',.L I7 X XR XX, f , . M A M X ka. 1 ' g S ' Q I I ,N N- ' V, faq ,. 4 A X 3 w ig 3: mx ' S I" ' S 5 ,gX I fi? , N Xl ir Q X ' S 1 I ,isp W Y t :N X--S ,X Xw E' I I ' SW - A feb A XX 7 , , V 2 A X I Q f ,XX x f , , . 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A .... ... -- Y. .. .,. .V -....-.,..,,-,:...,.-..,.-1.-.,.,Y , f- ACADIA TEAM 42: BR EM3 MUELLAR, MR3 WOLD, BT2 TUCCI, HT1 PLANTE: MR BM3 GRIFFIN, HT2 BAKER, SN FLANNERY, PC3 LANGLANDSg FR BT3, EVANS, TM3 REED, HT3 HUGHES, MM2 REHL. W. LT DRAKELEY STRETCHES FOR THE THROW DURING THE OFFICER AND CPO SOFTBALL GAME. w - -,.aaana - CYCLING ACADIA'S CYCLING TEAM: BR RN WEST, HTC WOODRLIFF, EN3 WADE, HTCS KIBBLE: FR MM2 YALDLIA, DK3 COLE, MR3 BROWN, YN3 ARNOLD, AND DP2 REYNOLDS. IN THE PACK, AND FIGHTING THEIR WAY TO THE FINISH WAY OLIT IN FRONT DURING THE RACE HELD AT SLIBIC. LINE. ' ,, ,. M M. , . , x I AEROBICS I AEROBICS INSTRLICTORS: MMI CALILEY, LTJG LANNI, LT CAR- PENTER, ENS GREENE AND PCC ALMENDAREZ. NO, IT ISN'T A GAME OF "DEAD BUG", IT'S THE AERO- THERE IS ALWAYS ONE IN THE BUNCH WHO HAS TO GO BICS CLASS IN ACTION. PHOTO BY ET2 ROBERDS HIS OWN WAY. PHOTO BY ET2 ROBERDS l"""'l 7 N--H--A 4-zu:-. ,.. ,-W. -....- ..,. , ,, , - , L' ,f .,,,,,.,.-, ,.,.. . ,A -, .G an T' ' ' '- ' " ' .,.......-.. ....... ve. -- - BOWLING TEAM DTC FALLS DT1 RECTOR DKCS REYES BTCM WEBB RACQUETBALL ICC SMALLEY PCC ALMENDAREZ LT PREWITT 9 9 GOLF TEAM HTC ALFORD LT PREWITT BTCM WEBB HT2 FREEMAN HTC HOFFMAN FAI TIGER CRUISE S ,mx .,X-ISN Ax I 'S I I iw Y' 3' 3 DAD, ARE YOU SURE THAT THIS IS MY ASSIGNED RACK?" A YOUNG PHOTOGRAPHER TAKES A SHOT TO SHOW HIS FRIENDS AT HOME. THE TIGERS ENMASS PRIOR TO LEAVING PEARL HARBOR. 4 Q PRAI SE uBOSS99 I YOUR DEPARTURE ON COMPLETION OF AN OUTSTANDING DEPLOY- . I BID FAREWELL TO THE OFFICERS AND CREW OF USS ACADIA. EZE TIMELY AND PROFESSIONAL REPAIR, ADMINISTRATIVE, SUPPLY, MEDI- SNISSDENTAL, LEGAL, AND TRAINING SERVICES PROVIDED IN SUPPORT OF . AFLOAT STAFFS, AND SHORE COMMANDS IN SEVENTH FLT HAS BEEN MOST IMPRESSIVE AND DESERVING OF THE NUMEROUS ACCOLADES RE- CEIVED. THE I07 PERCENT FRS EFFECTIVENESS AND 218,000 MANHOURS IN NON- NUCLEAR SUPPORT SIGNIFICANTLY ENHANCED THE MATERIAL READINESS OF SEVENTH FLT SHIPS. THE TOTAL SHIP SUPPORT PROVIDED BY USS ACADIA WAS INSTRUMENTAL IN 5 SHIPS PASSING MAJOR INSPECTIONS. OVER 700 JOBS WERE COMPLETED IN SUPPORT OF USS MIDWAY. THREE GAS TURBINE CHANGEOUTS, COMPLETELY PLANNED AND EXECUTED BY USS ACADIA, ESTABLISHES A SEVENTH FLT RECORD. THIS ENABLED USS OLDENDORF TO SUCCESSFULLY PASS THE FIRST GAS TURBINE OPPRE IN SEVENTH FLT AND PREPARE FOR DEPLOYMENT. THE QUANTITY AND OUAL- ITY OF REPAIR SERVICES, INCLUDING EXTENSIVE MAIL ORDERS, HAS MADE SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE COMBAT READINESS OF BATTLE GROUP ALFA. SERVICES, INCLUDING PROJECT HANDCLASP, REHABILITA- HUMANITARIAN NG THE SHI. ORPHANAGES IN KOREA AND REPRESENTATION DURI RODAOBLACIQ SHIP FESTIVAL, PROVED USS ACADIA AN OUTSTANDING OVER- RT OUR WATERS, DO SO RECOGNIZING THAT MAT. AS YOU DEPA IDEIPLDOYMENT HAS BEEN OUTSTANDING IN EVERY RESPECT. COMMODORE BUTCHER COMMANDER TASK FORCE 73 ' iausaikhdqmifuxw ..na e.e......'4m 4-m. .guna-"" f-.fa 41? L x ., . X fs g X 2 Q. X 'Aw X ,,,, is -J, AN , CANDID FN MILLER AND BOS'N CRADIT REFLECTING ON THE DAYS OF WESTPAC. PHOTO BY BM2 CANIPE BM3 FLANNERY SAYS, "YOU GET THE POLE, l'VE GOT THE LINE." PHOTO BY BM2 CANIPE U . 0 1' Q -1 -A 4 A- .paw ww , I, MM3 HLITCHIN f f 1' SHOTS "LET'S PARTY, ENS GREENE." PHOTO BY DK3 DAYAWAN SON AND DK2 MEDVEC, BROTHER AND SISTER. E l Wx "CAPT WON'T MIND IF I SIT DOWN. . . JUST THIS ONCE ..." LT DICER CALIGHT IN THE ACT BY LTJG MAR- KIEWCZ EMFN JONES FLILFILLS HER DUTIES AS BOAT DECK PHONETALKER. PHOTO BY FN REED BTFN LYONS STILL IN THE OIL LAB. PHOTO BY BTC PEDLER BTFN LYONS IN THE OIL LAB. PHOTO BY BT1 GOLDSBY 9- W CAPT FINCH INSPECTING THE TROOPS. , , l NNNMNNX X 'Ani ,Y fa: .wllrmv I'-4 IH! OIL LAB. 7 Tilt! I .,,f me R . ? I 1 V 1' - l , W' fl A' wc"?:- 4 BT3 BASHAM CONCERNED ABOUT THE OZONE LAY- ER? PHOTO BY BTFN PARKER BT3 BURK, BTFA WILLIAMS AND BTFN PARKER. PHOTO BY BT3 BASHAM BT3 CO NWELL IN BAGIO, PI. PHOTO BY BT3 ALLEN F1- . 'TX -it? ,.,,-. .asv -,,av?' iii' BTI GOLDSBY TRYING OUT A NEW METHOD FOR DRYING SOCKS. PHOTO BY BTFN LYONS 0 W 'Y fm ' an 3964" L ',,,-C V 3' ' W? 2 it ' " rw nf , f ,,4 J:11"" ,dw M-'H 4" fc BTFN CHILDS NEAR THE FIREROOM BURNER. PHOTO BY BT1 KING I f -1:-""' .f"3Z,'r .Kar 'li A rf 9' Aa Q fn' D P. fi , 0 M 0 nn M , I 5-13:-...gigt . ,2.-:Ast-1:1 4 1:47 " 420, ACM as mln- .N 6"a9-cr5'71nfo 'Vw 1- 1.39. gm.. , as Q fo. um,4n9b"' 'Z'-244. WZ," N Q -:,4:.:w agua. 12559-'Ui' - H" ' "V, zu. a f wh 5 ,gears 3 'iw' Uwgmzikf ,ff fr , " QV W' - ,g,,n-ff" ,,, I ' 4l"f Q .a," , 't "HEY, WHERE'S TH " BT3 BLIRK IN THE FIREROOM. PHOTO E BEEF? BY BTI KING FW I, ,IV xx 'Lf H, xp " BTFN BRANDAMLILE DURING REPAIR 5 DRILLS. PHOTO BY BTI KING milf' BTC PEDLAR IN THE OIL LAB. PHOTO BY BTFN LYONS Q - 3 PHOTO BY ET2 ROBERDS BTFN RUSSELL IN THE FIREROOM LOWER LEV- EL, "REPORTING ALL CONDITIONS NORMAL." PHOTO BY BTI KING X 'SX il I I X X J f f f , Sys, .fx IN ROUTE TO TOKYO, BM3 MCDNOLIGH, BM2 DROSIA BM3 TOMLIN, BM3 VALIGHN, SN TEFLER, BM2 WADE, BM3 KIRK, AND SN NORRIS. PHOTO BY BM2 CANIPE SN PENA POSES WITH PICTUR- ESQLIE SHIMODA, JAPAN IN THE BACK. PHOTO BY SN PENA PHOTO BY ET2 ROBERDS i I BM3 HALL AND FN MILLER ON ACADIA'S STEEL BEACH. PHOTO BY BM2 CANIPE V Y3-:4..4Qw-4-.zaf.:.:':+:EJLf7...,Z..i-:-' ' N' .- ., , V, .LA J N 5- i - - 5 - ' - f - '- - A , 1 Q A- rr J 1,-D, - Vw.,-..:,,,., ,,...,,.,..,An,,,..,....,...--A--.V-V-I 1.-,537 . ir, " f'-!:"f'-r-wb. '-arg , :f:: 2 , , .M lf. 4.-:fs1.,' , 'n9f'!2iF:,f'I""ff"""'1'2:9"""" L " ' ' "'- ' P' ' LIT W--...Nm V I V I A ,, V, 'Ummm i Anqf j EN2 O BRIEN SN CABRERA AND BM3 FLANNERY TAKING A SN FOSTER AND SN MONTAYRE, "YOU AIN'T LIP YET?" BREAK FROM PMS PHOTO BY SN PENA PHOTO BY BM2 CANIPE MM3 GROSE AND BM2 DEROSIA MANNING THE READY LIFE- BOAT DURING HELO OPERATIONS. PHOTO BY BM2 CANIPE JAPANESE PIT STOP PHOTO BY RM3 TAYLOR BOATS AND CRANES DIVISION AT WORK. PHOTO BY ET2 ROBERDS "GOD, I LOVE THE NAVY!", STATES LT DICER. EM3 FOREST AND EMFN SMITH TANK IQ PHOTO BY BM2 CANIPE BOOGEY TIME AT THE SHIP'S PICNIC. PHOTO BY RM3 TAY- LOR 1.5. W ' Q www C ,yr I IV? EN2 CEREZO CHOWS DOWN PHOTO BY BM2 CANIPE 173 rr - .1 A -bfi .sk ., df Y ' 4 .A 4 ,M . 'Z Q. , 1 -41 Ii .gf n., 4 ii ,f f 'ki-Q., T., 4, H, wah' , 'Y 'fl Q ' "YOU KEEP THAT UP BOB AND I'M GONNA PUT YOU ON DCETT," PROMISES HTC HOFFMAN. an wud.. , ,K . -, ,V Q32 1 ,L A W, -nf,-vs - iii. "5-"I gr if ,Qu- if-1 I fi ,I ,Q 4 f V I ' ' ' "f.H"f 1 ww Nw , . ,, n, I ,M I .TA ug f, f" , I 4. W, ,. HT3 LEVEQUE IN UENO PARK, TOKYO. if Q- RMI STAPLES COOKING BBQ. 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