Agerholm (DD 826) - Naval Cruise Book

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Sitting on the Fantail in the evening or standing on the quarterdeck or bridge, Captain SIBERT always had a smile, a good word or a fish story forthe crew. With the greatest respect, we sincerely dedicate this book to a man who made our long cruise seem much shorter, Commander Victor J. SIBERT-a hunter, G fisherman, and most of all, a sailor. ,, 11755. N, v 44 m GG J ,gr 1 ,mv ,N gays- 'Ailfiff' 'Qu .af-2S""" ini r, f,.gI f--, I A Wg, I ' .. , 3, I4 Inv. Airy, .A-1-g'II 'M-'I4lIx. w we 4 '-V-in I - .JW , I V.x,g,k..,. 0-1 3 .,. Q -. an ,,-1 -Q nr rr -.wx -x 1-' I , ns 1 ' Q 'ma ' Us ' J www. "Ax Q 3'-n T I . ,, cf ,I 1" -1 -. vv' -H f' 'W f'.'f..q l -.,. I f V--' .A J- : Z II ' . ,,, I hQ,,wL" '-1 .. Ag?.e4r"wgA ."'W'.-:gf ' 1 'in . 'Q , , I Q" 1 ' .I J ' ' - Q , , W' " " L' "'!x.n -N' . .- -if ' ., ,I . 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'xv' "' . ,XIII ,- I I ,,,,,, A I.,-QQ., 'K .K , f 7511: a-n,,-- 2.4 qw' fm: 11 J-fy --ww-..,, Q 4 1 ' Id'-an EQLYIQIQ 4 ' 4 .o ff-uf '15 ,nm ,,.',..,. gnvv ,.:,l up ,A + A-mm. ,,,.v,f I K' -0-dam., IJ '55-,,, l AIN nf' IMA0-H--0 "1 Mu CM DES DIV CAPT L. C. Bartlett Captain Lewis C. Bartlett is a native of the state of Florida and a graduate of the University of North Carolina. Commissioned an Ensign in l942, his first tour of duty was spent in patrol craft operating off the west coast of the United States. He later commanded a small coastal transport during the Solomon lslands campaign and served as navigator on the attack transport USS NATRONA during the battle of Okinawa. ln l945 Captain Bartlett was released to civilian life, but returned to active duty in l948. Since then his shore duty has included tours in the Bureau of Naval Personnel and the Office of Legislative Liaison in Washington, D. C. He served at sea in the Atlantic as Executive Officer of the destroyer NOA and as Commanding Officer of the destroyer USS ZELLARS. After completing the Naval Warfare course at the Naval War College, Newport, R. I., he reported aboard the cruiser USS HELENA as Executive Officer, where he remained until taking command of Destroyer Division Fifty-two. Captain Bartlett was relieved as Commander, Destroyer Division Fifty-two on l5 April i963 by Captain C. W. Harrison. ll' 4 C I 1llll',1'fiw . .. M,-'A' ' X. "Did you hear the story about .... " '41 vi xv Qfla .p,.-fS....iU'- " Say Cheese!" "We have worked as a team WWW. .,, TW CAPT C.W. Harrison Captain Curg W. Harrison is from Elizabethtown, Kentucky and attended Georgetown College, Georgetown, Kentucky and Jefferson School of Law, Louisville, Kentucky. He was commissioned in l942 and served in Gunnery and Engineering billets with patrol and reconnaissance squadrons during the war. Other sea tours have included duty as First Lieutenant af USS DULUTH lCL-875, Operations Officer and Navigator of USS JOSEPH P. KENNEDY CDD-8503, Executive Officer of USS BAYFIELD lAPA-333, and Commanding Officer of USS PORTERFIELD lDD-6825, which is a member of DesDiv Fifty-two. Primary tours ashore have included the General Line School, the Armed Forces Staff College and the Naval Control of Shipping Officer, Panama, Canal Zone. Captain Harrison came to DesDiv Fifty-Two from San Diego, where he was Assistant Chief or Staff for Personnel, Commander Cruiser-Destroyer Force, U. S. Pacific Fleet. LUG Maul' LT Jones Chaplain Edwards gg , S - Q i '5 ' 'I 1' Q, V 'rf' iv V Sf! J y p x! ff ' X f f ' -F 'F Q X -W X ,, F 3' .. '14 .- Q .B .Mgt Q! Roberson, RM' i 3 - , Sym ' N' 4 YNl. Absent: P 'L LVFW Doctor Levine X if '? J w - tilt CDR Victor J. Sibert Commanding Officer Commonder Victor 1. Sibert vvos born in Storksville, Mississippi ond vvos roised in Arkonsos. He groduoted from the University of Arkonsos in 1941, ond vvos commissioned on Ensign on 20 lonuory 1944 ofter ottending the US. Novoi Reserve Officer Troining Course ot the University of Notre Dome. During World Wor II Commonder Sibert served ot the Armed Ouord Center ond the U.S. Novoi Seoorotion Center in New Orleons, Louisiono. From 1947 until 1952 he served ot seo oboord the USS COLLETT 1313-730 , USS MACON fCA-132i ond USS PITTSBURGH fCA-722, porticipoting in US. Novy occoootionoi ootrois in both the For Eost ond Mediterroneon oreos. His next ossignment to shore duty 1.-vos ot the NROTC Unit, University of Konsos, ofter which he ottended the G609'C1i L'ne Schooi ot Monterey, Colifornio. The next duty ossignments were ot seo, 1.'r.1T'C1T 'nip-ded dotfes os Executive Officer of the USS COWELL fDD-5471 ond Commanding Oficer C' the USS LERAY 1.fNfILSON DE-414. Commonder Sheri then ser-.fed on the Stott, CINCPACFLT from 1958 to 1960 ond cittended the Armed Forces Staff Cow-ege 'n Norfoik, Virgnio orior to reporting os Commending Officer, USS AGERHOLM on 10 Fei dry 1961, i,-,f here he served until 3 Moy 1963. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 J 1 I T 'YT v "'nNx 355 ff .pr CDR Edward w. Behm Commanding Cfficer Commander Edward W. Belim was born in Los Angeles, California. He attended school in Los Angeles and received his appointment to the US. Naval Academy in June 1941 and was comssioned an Ensign in June 1944, His first duty assignment was the USS TUCSOINHCL-981. CC"t"'u2nCiOf 55911111 has ltad tours of duly on board tlie USS CATAMOUNT lLSD-1715 USS POCGNQ NGC lfvl: U 9 Ni:-.1C:lPCST Graduate Scliool, USS SALEM tCA-139l5 USS VVORCESTER C1144 : 'Jimi f0"S?t3D 3. '-'+?3OlNl DD852 5 NPQTC Unit, University of Southern California: Uii 1-'-5--'f P7132 5'd 1 Ui? '.'CG't17" DF-365 and gtaff, CllNlCPACFL1. 1' 1' 'Q " '11 ' Eggegl'-' fi""'n':'afi'ng Cfffer, Commander Belim was attaCl16'Cl ' -widow 'A - - .1 rife' 1 f-nqvfi a r , , U U LCDR Philip A Barnes Executive Officer f- ,f , 3, 5' t Pal .-'ll ? A , Aw' i' 4 f 6 I , gi X' ,, B . 'A . 1, U 4 O If fic' I I U U I Lieutenant Commander Philip A. Barnes was born in Berkeley, California. l-le attended Sacra- mento College in Sacramento, California and the California Maritime Academy in Vallejo, California. Commissioned an Ensign in October l95O, he first served aboard the USS SEMINOLE KAKA-lO4j. Other duty assignments included Executive Officer of the USS OILLISSO CAMCU-l3l, Air Defense Officer of the USS ST. PAUL QCA-735, Shipping Security Officer, FIFTEENTH Naval District and Personnel Officer of the U.S. Naval Station, Rodman, Canal Zone. LCDR Barnes also attended General Line School in Monterey, California, Prior to reporting as Executive Officer of the AGERHOLM, LCDR Barnes was the Executive Officer of the USS PICTOR lAF-545. OFFICERS f Q F - - -411 V H- ' ., 1 N 5 Q, X J L ,fi x r R Qs' . ,' X ,.-'U .SQ DW' K V i glynf gf a X " Q9 1 . Qi-?ffi'1?4r Vx S '-4 P .A' If I f fi Q RN Ljq - L Q " .N ' V' X LL Q Q ' I f' li x Q , U, I f X 2 n, s f : ll 4 1 Q X 8, ff ' -r o - X , fy X f si 1-1 - ,A Sb-rr': L Q CORAN CALL fyfhi uf,L1g-D Roo M 1 xi, Front raw QL to RQ: Ens. Dyer, Ens. Cantwell, LTJG Klingcr, LTJG Fcnno. Back row: LTJG Danby, LT Rodcr, Ens. Monaghan, LTJG Bodom, LTJG Lawrence. I--sf- 5' "We're going to feel rather foolish crossing the quarterdeckf' 6 L IVV I N 1 ga D N-,Q ' r, f LT usrsck, mo Ehmon, ENS Myer, ENS Cavanau9hf Q W ENS Estes. K "Gracious, Dakota Bob, is 'Ve cf-Do fe" us? s in I 1 5 THE CHIEFS 1 WKZK CQKOU-rxge giiziilfigg Biirfilf Lx I, V is Ti . Q I 5125352 ij E - s- rw Jn 'J X485 USS AGERHOLM R ? some ,gif t,f'i"g-rqy-r1:fQ'N,fai - x N ix xx -.' X XX XXX ibnsn CALL! "Charlie, I know it's cx catfish ! " Wax wfifs 6 0 542 qi x from row QL ro R1 1 Sawyer, ETCS, Wheeler, SMCS 5 Porrette, GMCg Sisseri, Yff-JC: Schow, GMC. Bock row: Tofier, MMC: Trotter, RMCM g Grunt. GMC y Loroche, RUC p Epling, SKCg Dison, BTC: Crosby, HMCS. Absent: Hayden, EMC. ,sf f . , J, I x., ' 4 A., Summit conference Glo Aggie Moru. XX J' .Q Q "Snap if quick, PePe! QV W5 I jf' 74" 1 fxkfx ?""s AGGIE MMU -J '3 . , rxlvUf.3'3 tl ,..J MMF LT R. C. Ustick Operations Officer till . lifts. HO i USS llrllrgcllnmiflhlyolllrogege I 5 Q Q Q C 6 0 t I G ,L .l o,g ml UQ U an ' C32 -QE X1 5 4 a s lv In - V ' f . !.'li Y Q Qi rv 1 AX .lf i 'i L 4 1' Fry" L " FT A F 1' '-Q" .- J PD? G'uy ET2 . Mu.-nay, gt, vt 5 . , pr' - ETSI-., P., L.:"z PDQ Mil-.. 253. Mas' -. ' PCQ- 77' -fi' ETS D111 252 RUSH 4 Liv- -, 1 ' Rfk: 1"-' c i .Q i : 1 it' if-y PDE. f-.Lic-" Pugh RQQ - fjg :lf ig fx Tf .f ' ' 2" ff' l 'T :'T'i:" POST Q ' Cgilv -,K ETF' . E752 1' ET' L :l3hi'-- PLC, f':.'.',fi". ETQ5. Ol Division is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the ship's electronic and radar equipment. Turn- ing switches, pushing buttons and writing on clear plastic plotting boards is difficult work, especially when it is mandatory that you lounge in over- stuffed swivel chairs with built-in ashtrays. We certainly can't begrudge the Radarmen and Electronics Techni- cians their automatic pro-pay when they have to work in such repulsive conditions. , I il 4 . - n 41 We'II get'im next time!" OK you guys, get hot, mark him . nl!" I 'f , s ay "On top of the Its cz burd, nts cz world. Just fishin'." plone, no, it's o bear!" 'V GH'-lf VJLWQIQ 4 W 4 N J 1 -1 Qsfils in X lN'PFW'5-Q-H 'i -X ee, Y -'- OC Division is responsible for the ship's communications. Signalmen wave their arms, flash their lights and hoist their flags while the radiomen are busy pounding on little keys, yelling "dit-do-dit" and hurrying around the ship with their message boards. Out of this confusion streams the tactical data necessary to maneuver the ship and the information-both useful and useless-that is passed throughout the Navy communications system. ,t l l Fror' roi-t.'f L to Ri 1 lvlocifiii-n, RM3 : Lovoto, RM2 : Fcrnloy, RMB q Dioclfs, SM2 5 Meiig, SN' Cr-Such RM2- Pofcrsoni SM3: Si.-xihort, RMSH: Alsup, l?M3g Anglin, Rlvll. Absent Sheri-r, SlV'ifZ: Chancellor Slvlfir Brcuilletto, RM3y Vtfoll, l?M2p Mishler, Sl-l. 2 it ,Die gg, X if f fo' ' f J i , N A fj l Q 0 , Q 7 is EY-E. Ui ff ' f ii i i V M , 'lit g v ,ll fl, f, i l 'f i l t fi ig A ' 'll 0 It 9 .J W l oi as V4 4: 2 I see the pilot!" "Just Muster me in." Trotter Trained Men." -4... "One strawberry malt and .... " "Let go, Mitch, you're hauling up my sandwich ! " Ai' ? I I ! 1 5 S 1 9 1 I mine l l t Q LT P. S. Roder Engineering Officer 6 Front row QL to RQ: Dison BTCA, Smith BTI , Gorge-ly, BTI, West, BTI , Tinney, BTI 5 , Reor: Johnston, FA, Wood, BT3, Grody, BTFN , E Hoyes, BT3, Clciyeux, FN, Tossio, BT2, Roush l ' . ' I A BT3, Mopcl, BT2, Arnold, BT3, McGehee, FN T T Aikens, BT3, Johnson, FN: Ashmcn, BT2 an T Absent: Bellisch, FN, Dougherty, FA, Guthrie, J I N. fy "ESQ --v 1 C' O 'N 1' BT3, Holsey, BT3, Joseph, BT2, Moore, FN Rcod, FN, Smith, FA, Swoflord, BT2, Swonson BT2, Woits, FA. ' , 2 3' ,ff- 0N,ll lli X,Ilr I l fpjlfilif 'file O I I I J , o ' l it ,fa 'TMJ JAM B Division is responsible for blowing soot oll over the decks. As l, A 72,3 Nw' if cm secondory port of their duties, the Boilertenders operate the boilers I F ' swf . ' W S, '5 ' . . . . ,., J. Q 3,,f,lf"X which moke the steom which powers the ship, furnishes heot ond , I , Li Lffx occosionol burns. The BT's olso keep trock of the fuel ond try to 1 l lfxftxx -fjl , . . l l.j,X,-X gp, . conserve os much os possible, so when they do hove on oil spill, lg 1, ' 'M lxlfy they'll hove plenty to spore ond con reolly do o bong-up iob. M x - . l l'f",. I ' ll 'lx "fl" Xpfnf I' I ltr, ' N, ll K' 'XX t J-ll y , TEN it IX f X 2 ' 3 fo T A l 'e :A,,,. -1 . .D , f-7 .A- . ' I' .,-.' F-'s ,' f .L':TZZ,QJW,,i, ,JLffJ 3 " -., fx V I ... Aj wi' F5 "'x Q .4 " 19" Ai V .V e 5 1- I ' . ' A A A funny thing happened on the woy thru The Big Bod Boiler Boys Honolulu'--no gas ! WB -RQ was J N O 4 i 4, s- f"4'132 p N' . 131 Ik 1- 4, vglkkx J B u 'if "7 S0"9ef Wifh 'he GCOHOFDY, HGYSS. Between the Devil and the deep blue seo. 4 .fi i -. 1 xt . :J , ., A , I iL'A ' f in il 3 " i w xiii .wi ' "' Q' K' A B4 .. LO Ok it only fook four months! in W 3? ' .4--: l" .'5 . 91 I , ,561 1 41' 5? 48,21 ..,,. I 1 I as ',,3Z'!N . Moi Ixlx t4'I a - 'N-71 til ll TIC. AJ K 'six .f --S, X I lllgi- l i t' I l x lx , ,i ,x l OI f I l I l I- I ' i L i 7 XX X. K L .P , il jf l !G7tEF12vf7f'7f4NQ D l e ...fiat itfgxlwage gif-:fi 'R' Division is best known os the moin source of rumors on the ship. As busy os they ore keeping the ship supplied with power, repairing, remodelling ond rebuilding, keeping the interior-communications equipment going, ond weighing the CO2 bottles, they somehow find time to dreom up some outlondish scuttlebutt. We must solute these people with such octive imoginotionsl I -'-Z .,,. ll ,Z R 94 ,J I I ,:::fx . 71 Dr-"ual 45' I i I ' I A U 4 ' "I 1 P ' 1 I - I X, , 55' l i I if ' 4 ' Z t . .. g , Y ,Qu Q , - A ' " ' I g I 2 1 T Front rowfL to RQ : Arthur, SFI 5Mortinez, FN Sullivon, SF3: Allison, PN3: Priest, MM35 Holl IC3: Hofcr, ICFN. Roof: Tritz, EMI 5 Mellor EN3 5 Thomos, DC2 5 Lowe, EM3 5 Godd, EMFN Povlock, IC35 Rcgolodo, EMFN5 Ferrell, EM3 Schwob, MR25 Kosholc, EN25 Geddes, MM2 COOI1 IC3: Brown, DC3, Vondemon, EM3 Absentf Fcrricr, ICI 5 Webb, MMI5 Hoyden EMC: Cyphcrs, SF35 I-lollowoy, SF25 Long EMFM5 SUfflSlfOFfl, EMFN, Manley, MMFN l-lfvsfgf IC3: Hobort, EMI 5 Mott, EM2. ..-. -va--P, v., 41' 4, i I wr' K , "Hey, Chief, how about on overnight? KI ll Does thot include o shoeshine? "Wrong switche oll the time, wrong switch F " " What? Me worry ? " ,if-' r l 4 0 1 ll :I N 9 il ll C, K i r rip ' 9 l li I 0 0 9 M Division is moinly concerned with liberty, i ,K i 7l llx but ot seo they do put in oi tew hours in the ii, N 9 Q engine rooms. Nobody hos ever been oble to V l ' oscertoin lust whot it is they do, but we know g ll: ff it must be importont. Somebody once sciid they .F kxdo 0 0 sow ci Mochinist Mote with o wrench in his N Aly 'F l hond, but thcit's doubtful. We don't meon to yy il, fl 0 imply thot the people in M Division ore lozy, i QM 9 we just don't know whot they do except " Make li ,, Q Woter" ond thot doesn't look too good in ? KM l fl ,y 0 print! , y . ' i llix l F0 0 , X i Q , ,, .yflyl l ii 'lf will DO O V illil lylll, il fl l K' X l l llll it ,lil Front row QL to RQ : Fronks, MM2, 1 ,,, Nuckoilswims,weGver,MM3,waiirQms, X A F F ' MMFN p Wesley, FN 5 Poggi, FN 5 Reed, ' , ,, tj F MM3. Reor: Rivero, MM3p Stickney, i A ' ' , A ,F Mlvll p Corpenter, Mlvll 5 Anderson, A K' f 4 1 5 All Zi iii' Mlvll p Reynolds, MM2 5 Andrews, MM3 5 Y 1 1 l j 1 r ' 3 9 Bodsky, FN. Absent: ToFler, MMC, 'A A F, lj l 5 A ke-152, Mmm, Albright, FN: Shorpe, X f MM3, l-fcrdosty, MM3g Skinner, MM3 X Stroushiem, FN: l-lewitson, FN: Roush F A FNp Brooke, FN: Rosenow, MM2 Brown, FN: Ge-bel, MM3. 1 K . . A 42 X'-6' N? 4 - vu o , , M .... , . . 5'-'J' ' ' . . 1 - - "What skinny fingers you have!" "So much the better to .... " AGERHOLM's struggling stud sluggers are now sys tematically slugging up on steam flange studs. Holocaust in Hong Kong. "That means the showers are oft." "That's where we keep the vitamin pills." GMMAEIW l .sm Dio LTJG L. H. Ehman Gunnery Officer First division does not run a stable as some civilians might believe if they heard the cry "A bale of hay" coming from Mount 5l or 52. They are charged with maintaining the forward part of the ship, including the gun mounts. As a side-line, they issue bedding, cleaning gear and foul-weather gear. Sometimes they assist with furnishing a mail-buoy watoh, but these times are few in the modern Navy. Q f N. Wit s Cf? a t i 7 v ,V at ex, X X Xfqr 5 K lf, r r li, l r 4214? W Q53 WC F l W '+-'i-- Main, X w MV uk 4' fini' Front row L toR 1 Weber, GMG3, Gll, GMG2, Grinnell, SN, Coleman, SN, Tafoya, SN, Klndrlck, SN, Rear: Crosby, BMCS, Mason, BM2, Quintana, GMG2 Vorderbruggen, GMG2, Smith, SA, Waidley, BMSN, Benson, BMSN, Ortiz, SN fxjlmgrilql SAI. Mgrrig, SN, Campbell, SN, Emms, SN, Mabry, SN, l-lerriman, SN Absent: Brown, BM3, Grant, GMGCA, Parrette, GMGCA, Bledsoe, SN, Bowsman SA, Johnson, SN, McGuire Muckenfuss, SA, Westrich, SN, lfll S . A 2 C A' C ' Qs , A ' C '7 T, ll 5 V f -"' 01: r f 1 . V l N V I I N g f , , .fi , r N gig l Y x A ,, Fqb i I M if f 'K' - W ' I l XIX" ffl' V 7 Q U, X , if ll fl x Cf Il I , X A , 1 l -W ' Ti ,,.,A b ,r Q l - if ,X , 5 'H F I W A s -X , , K A ,,,,f,, ,V 1 .. l ff: tl' X JL E , f 4 ' 4 y , A y f', r 5 X N fl , L V' , f - ' r ' ' 4 yyyf y nf,,,,f li , we ,W e K - A 3 p 2, X, ,X F . 4, V gil, ,, V V A 2 X BJ! , ' fmt. S . V if C 5 ' I I a I 4. , 1 an Q " Q Q SQ. We gotta keep It warm, Beak! Sl g along with Fats' FT?-1 I , 4 Q Xu. I I "Dream along with me HOW WUC Kao Q whiskey FQI- 4 J f 0. WM ., M it F QQJ Sify . ,ey , no Q N ,ff if ff l l fi .qt A l,, it 11. ft of hill i Q A ,dw I 'ill X M t Lgancgfoopmiomzlls on water fl fl i t r V KW. 4 , V f a"" 7 it .gt L' Front row QL to RQ : Holowell, SN, Rector, SN, Machen, BMSN, 2nd Row: Jones, SA, Little, BMl 5 Dominguez, BMS, Simmons, BM2, Courtright, SN. Rear: Mackey, SN, M.K. Schnider, SN, M. C. Schnider, SN, l-lauser, BMSN, Sheljtield, BMSN. Absent: Davis, SN, Texiera, BMSN p Buras, SN, Dumas, SA, Waahila, SA 5 McKay, SN , McClure, SN. Second Division maintains the after part of the ship, including the boat and the hanger. VVe've been ex- pecting to see bicycle racing on the flight deck, but second division in- sists it will be horse races or none at all. We hear the White paint to put on the lifelines is on order, so the flight deck will look a little more like Caliente. . ,H , .. --1 "Gonna rip if up l " N X SheriFF of Second Division County. .vi , .M "Taxi, Captain?" Well, where do we ao frgm here? "Daddy Kool." " JRE' Ffzaether now!" t fx OKPGV o 04554, 0 of '17 ' ' Q 00 53 Y 6:36 TT:-A ff y in TVX ?"'T"g CX f 5 T X ss T -J Qi f U ' X xg !! ft I hw Fox Drvrsron rs responsrble for the Wedpons System ASROC Torpedos ond Sonor The fare controlmen cmd sondr men when not on liberty dre usuolly found reloxrng rn their our condrtroned spdces The ASROC Gunners Motes dre portrculdrly Interested In sho oting dnybody who vvdlks on therr deck vvhrle the Torpedo men spend most of thetr time mdkrng o wmd tunnel out ot therr storage locker Possrbly theyre lust ct bunch of frus trdted ArrDdles I 'TT . T 'tg af , ' T e tw'-g 3, ...EE ' ' T 1 . " T' j y t T X 1 1 1. ' .C N! 5 - . T Mor . 'i . , , .4 , 'x .. Y :ff X , lf. iv . ugly we X Front row QL to RQ : Gront, SOG2g Deforest, FTG2 5 Adoir, GMMT g JeFfrey SOG2 Moore, GMMI 5 Melber, SN. Reor: Coger, FTGSNg Nettles, FTGT gTwiner, SOGSN Krlhngsworth, FTG3g Slock, SOGSIXM Wolker, SNg Hortzfeld, 501 . Jones FTG3 Grohom, SOG2g Stern, SA. Absent: Thorp, S0625 Wolloce, TMd' Dixon TM2 Trostle, TMI 5 Adoms, FTGSNg Mondello, SOG3, I , . 1 I I I .. I 4 ll - I I If . Z , 3 ' a 3 I I I I I q X. X lrwfmlfl 'll -:ii-1?Ti4- J llillll, ll' I Is it o shork, Twiner?" . 4, - A A "So help me, l'm going 'ro "But Commodore, l had duty! jump ! " r. . -AA. . -- lqn? h fall ll If ,ff I , fl 1. Weekly meet of the Aggie Quiclbdrow Club. . x , v "All thot moil offer seven weeks! " 1 lv ..L. Hulsey, it's a simple matter of one for you, ten for me." BELV 4 s 1 "li -23 'f ,-gif , L . Y' y . LTJG T. N. Boden ' s X14 , 1 sc ,,,, A ill W ff ,3?2?ZJ1l fl " 7 -' . Zi ' ,Wim S' rfiqy A CQ lfl 'L 'A LQ mf QX ll F-We-j'v ,X . 'ff I , ' O 41 ll 'Sl' W i' fy E f A 'inf ' 1 ,fi l QSWWQ 'EW sc ff Z caption X." Front rovv QL to RD, Callo, TN, Ecle, TN lvlanzano, SKl , Schalley, CSi , Spade, SHB3 Christie, SKS. Rear: Pepper, CST, Epling, SKCA, Ilidan, TN, Akers, DKl , Wilder, SK3 Peardon, SN, Lynn, SK2, west, SN, l-lulsey, SA, Cole, Sl-IQ, Williams, SD3, Nazareno, Sl'll, Absent: Hurt, SK2, Singleton, SK3 , Light, CS2, Bias, SN, Seelnacht, CS2, Walker, SDl , Eunfagat, SD2, Bonner, TN, Hyde, Sl-l3 Eellinger, SN, Lanter, SK2, Nazareno, TN, Supply Division is a service division. They are responsible for losing clothes in the laundry, burning the crevv's food, under paying, over charging in the ship's store and creating work for the Medical department by cuts and nicks in the barber shop. As their most important duty, they insure that the officers have popcorn tor the movies, and lemonade tor their monopoly games. Well, at least it is service! " Caption E less caption F plus caption B less caption J equals f PY'- if-'GUN JI- " H What, more popcorn 3 ! " "Should l tell them it's dehydrated ? " Y-f""', ix. ll Yep, it's R. V. and his automatic, super pressurized, hydromatic button Crusher. lt only hurts for a little while. Z'- fj A J , I X rr 45. X Sorry, no change-so but l just happen AY to have tour extra bars of candy." ghllv' W X Division is responsible for The navigaTion of The ship, The ship's adminisTraTion, posTal care and medical care Tor The crew. lT's difTiculT To undersTand how The quarTermasTers can guide us across The Pacific Ocean, when They couldn'T even find The righT Tender in San Diego harbor, buT They managed. IT has been said Q9 Gigi The ship's yeomen and person- rx y4W5,x lu X ' nelmen have losT as many papers K llll llf Z u ma -, B, Tx N . T as They've filed, buf we dOub'f Y, l y "'ll' I - S ThaT. They've probably losT l l more. As for The Medical Care, " fbi? H . leT's iusT say we beTTer noT run Qi-ily, ' Alngllf' WHO look my ouT of APCS'. Mil will darTs Z 5 'l iiif, S " gif? '-" 3 1 .T Y 1 c r l lf SNK' lb. "Now Elrod: Can'T you remember anyThing? Line Two goes, when The rice is on The ice in SouThern Honshu." g FronT rovv QL To Rj : Mirns, HMI , Elrod, YN3 , Murray, SN , Grace, SN , VVriTT, YN3. Back row: Carey, SN, Hoffman, QMS , Hafenfeld, SN, WinTers, SA, Mullen, SN, AbsenT: Schow, QMCA, Sisson, YNC, STuckey, QM3 , Quarfaroli, PC3. "BUT Chief, l'm a Third class, do l have To work?" Neither Rock, nor Roll, nor Darken Ship. . . ? " 1 HI I ll Damn it, Danby, the suns the other way!! UQ AY' . pf SWE X f ff of Y f Qi X N , ISV X at Q0 S f Ti- r X ee, 1 Z 1 0 Y .Sf 3212 31 15 WM t " wr ex . -ff: - fe X ll K ,, ?x ' I .p+f- i O -:i--R, , 6' O 'I 0 Q 0 XTQ IS Wfty MATH A FQ' 'rj ' , g ff. -w..- , M , e X,,E,?ii 4 ,4-,Q Q , tg, hw 1 I or 17+ 5 X ' ' .rf " we "A' A gr. W-We . rx Q A W A 'Q' , ., 1 X' M .lf P .. Q , , V Y 4 ' e "f fir? H 'X ,, - 'la ,e,. up Q-if, - r 'KM ,: x.g. ..Ak V V wx 1' yi! ,ww ,v ,IX r V, e.-em 'z Q ' ,, , "Where partucular people How many servuce records ,A 71 went Over 3 H rwngregate. if NOVEMBER 1962, FAREWELL SAN DIEGO, HELMSMAN MAKE YOUR COURSE 270. 5 I -5 w , I X .4 A N s -fE"'1' 'jc-0- W wb, REQ NT'-, .,,,1-ox mi Q5 'ki-.xv . rxy Wx W. W W '- H - " -ff, O E M . X1-f,. ,-41 .- ,,,4.,,0V' Acznnonu f pc , , ' 4' f, wmv 2 V, X eg- f '-L f , W in , , f ,an ming I ,, ,F R Z 4 E" 0, .T -fg gg, . f ns. A A ,Q -K ' ' , M' "-' M 1 1- Sf QM 'fp A. 4' QM ,S page H .f fw ,W nwiv f ,X E , L.-1 24 ' X iii? N ' ul 'gf I H ROV V101 14 Q JAPAN C7 OOKINAVVA HONG KONG TAIWAN O- PHILIPPINES P G I Be ?I I L 4 P ,E j sn- ' ' '7'fll ' Wk . Z5 X5!'liiiif Z s1JlIlmii"'lrhi f ' Z 7 Z ' . ' if Wmmfs-'U ' ' 'A ff - P A C I F I C ,lllllllilllllIw:'!H:::::m:.::':mmm:mH:::H:::mw:L l:'mi-5355? CCEAN HAWAII oo UOQQ N' O , a, mf ,Mess f .T I fl?-ees, TEH- . A ff! -X bxxlb Z ,. I . Ll 1 . 1 .Z HL: c-r4-7 . j I , 1 I ff M fl , f ui l lx i Lt' , ., if ,W ,f k , , wk, X ,, 9 0 , 5 , ' FT' TT ,W f WW of N a r if + -L Z TIT uf, iieffe it , ' ,.i,2:,ggf.A il- 97 'Gif ,J-Cflawflt X Ji' 1:4 ff .452 ef Zi fs V 4 T XX A' . Xxx if -g.g,'- . '31,'T..'T., RSX f, X XX N 0 -----22- X X Q5 ,c,.,l ee Jgf ,Q I xx K ia M ' T r T hx A54 l T .G:,. F tgwmx iff T Nmw? X Q V Jl -T l me ki gf. . J lx l . g V s Th Honolulu, situated on the island of Oahu, was the first port of call on our West-Pac tour. mg island is the main resort ot the Hawaiian Group, a land of smiling people, Soft breezes, sway palms and the gentle rhythm of the hula. Here, too, is Waikiki with it's coral reefs and shimmering blue , , ' ond waters, crowds, of sun worshippers, outrigger canoes, and always the evefpfesenl Dlam Head. There is also the National Cemeter in th Y e QrasSY crator of the extinct volcano, the Gnclenl Hill ot Sacrifice. This is the resting place of the tamed writer Ernie Pyle, and manY lllousonds O service men of the Second World War. , There is the view from the gale-swept Pali, a high mountain precipice, and the see, Where lles a place of interest to movie fans, the secluded surf-washed beach where the movie "l:VOm Here lo Eternity" was filmed. Here too is the lava "Blow Hole" through which the incoming breakers send G SDOUT Of Wfltef inte The Ulf- TOWSVWQ Koko Head, a well known landmark, is not tar awC1Y- Here kl' spar ing crystal clear water reveals colot l . . This ru coral formations on the ominous cove bottom. also is a skin divers' paradise. Xl --1' i 1 I 1 i Diamond Head. A I - X , .1 ., V mn. ' r '?-Q-:ini i j i ya . it M ----M HM' - f-4-H Ai V .V . . ..,N. . ,.,. . . ,,,,,,, Waikiki. i Hawaiian Sunset. "The grass is greener on The other side." Aloha! if? P 1 V Z ,if "Burn the bod, E1 sol!" 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Taipei, the Capital, Keelung, and Kaohsiung werelamong the cities visited by the crew. T fi, ,, V, T T ' 4 f , A ff,, T I Q ng., ,A M y ZWJA ,, ,ff , T 5 ,gf+iW:2,2,Lf I ' WV M f ,Q A Wm I ' 9 f,fMJ ,WWU " v Aw f- h ' "There they go again, more white hat liberty." Don't forget the cottage cheese. ,Q A .My , ,y?.2. Hey Joe, you got a nickle?" " Yankee Tourists." swf, The invasion of Tqibeil Christmas Day-KSSIUNSL yQ62"'53 fif , S lr-ii--- N -Er - YW A W. N xx Fe T ix V e ' -- Q o - 4.-. gg F in-4 l S X i 3 X T. N X x tx'xT N ... -- if ---"Tire X XX "'x . "-Pixie 1' -'1 'z' cs N ' f'.. -9- 'SXXXY X A X -,,,...---- ... .- -, 2:-V A .,-f-- . -P f,, -E xxx - X xx - '-' , X EEE X X L- -Mi Y, , , ?Y i f lil. +... - W, ,Q - K ' " "i"'x " 1-li-,W ,,.-..-..- -A ---- - 0 QT H W-sn, TTS? , -- -- ,, -,. . - .c-g . . I- H- 1 . 1- --vi,-4, ,- " 'fr-Y---5-av'--li--, -1, vi tm' f-A-.. x f f- f Q e 929- '- i X, Z' , To iq - .a.:---- There's Sam, the boys and' lots of copra. There's nothing like the Philippine " Express" Bus system. Almost half-way around the world from Boston, Dallas and Seattle lie the 7,l00 islands of the Republic of the Philippines. The land itself, a mountainous, heavily wooded terrain, has a total area slightly smaller than the state of Montana. The islands lie near the equator but the temperature hardly ever ex- ceeds the mid-90's. The humidity is very high, making the climate rather uncomfortable. For the most part, English is the language spoken, but there are more than 80 different dialects. To get to Manila, the largest city, by ship, you pass many fam- ous spots, including Corregidor and Bataan of World War II fame. 4 S 2 ...... i., L Ji-la -NS my n 3. Q- XXX ..-------1 Eg-A "When does the floor show start?" NX.. L' " Love them Beanie-Weenies ! " . KWH' K . , , ' .,f"F f t 'e t f p Rf Q I fd" ll .gr ,J 5, :A , -. ,V 2 A I , ,Y p Q,,.p, X ig! b4b :X g ig? t X Xf 1 A f et t -f V . y Mx 11 7 X 3 p up i 9'-r .. pf? .,,,, It ,p p a M ttt, ,M.. t,,, .W .ee. eet, Happy Birthday, Captain. is tlllg --ii-v1"'1"' Hong Kong is the British Crown Colony lying in the South Chino Seo. lt includeS. l'lC?ftQ Kong lsloncls of which the principcil city is Victorio, Kowloon Peninsulo ond the New l'eff'lOr'95- An exotic picturesque spot, one olwoys remembers the sights typicol of l-long KONQI llle Wollo wollos ond Stor Ferry Boots scurrying bock ond forth ocross the horbor, the busy docks of KowlOOH ond Victorio Peolc. Most importont it is o shoppers oncl gourmets poroclise. Due to the foci thot it is o free port, there ore very few items of merchcinolise thot connot be purchosecl cheaper in Hong Kong thon in the country ot it's origin. Some ot the more notoble spots Of Iftlefesl T ore iger Bolm Gordens, Repulse B050 Aberdeen, Victorio Peok tromwOYf Gnd Nothon Road in Kowloon. l ff I ! Suzie Wong's Wanchoi. N-lv 5-0 Y . . fm, V f- A -. x on ' if .aww V 1 ' , 5 ,M-'mga .H I -.if K tr: , . 9 ,,,,,,, i, M . W , h45'j3f'5"f4, .Q fn V 3 'N " - X ,x . , fr I an . . .. .W H ,JM ' 'M-fzzw .inf ma A was N. i 4, R' , - , I TICO, our running mote, in Hong Kong harbor, "Junk Row." ,M f' " Wi' Tiger Balm Gardens. .fl .Q mp, in .:. ' N' s 1,.- " " .4 r-A Q ?,, L , ff - 1 - Q AL rf, HW r. ' xv., 1 f ' . ."tax S 94- . Playing hard To get. Q , -1, . 1- -A' ' Cx ' A I ' ' A l , Q fs r ,' , wt K V mv' v Q.- n . , -s. "'4-1. 1- .a L R A .V X,..' . ...Q '- 'vi A ' Y ,- ' L 0 9 'lr 5 I V' -v .5 q faq x -I lg J 39 1 Q wwf 5 NX XXXdF5XX 1 5 X gem me xii ix it . X X J lm is e Skt X N I N i W xx Q L-2 y A It :L-If-. l i l 'ill T ...d-T - T' mx l-Q ll J ll l l l? T J A - ,r-,:7,,- - 4 ...C hair. ,, '- . ,. F., K QT-ufi 4, S-Q 1 .W E , 1 ,,, "" " 5 --"'f' . Li-: ?1-..1Z ,,,i-f'-- 1" . ti le- S -4-f' ' 5 Japan has long been a favorite liberty country for navymen, and a great part of The fe0S0n for this has been the friendliness of the people in Japan. This may be partly due to the fact lllfll Offer The Second World War the governing military forces did not play the part of dominating conquerOrS- GUY occupation forces made a sincere effort to understand the Japanese. To these people, a kind or a polite word or gesture is of utmost worth. The variance in customs and traditions of the Japanese people are readily apparent. A great west- ernization trend has been sweeping Japan at an ever-increasing rate. An example of this may be seen in the younger generation of the Japanese people. Their taste in wearing apparel has changed from The traditional Getas lwooden shoesl and Kimonos to pedal pushers and bobby SOX. Japanese people are very hard working, and necessarily so, because of the fairly inhospitable land in which they live. Centuries of feudalistic life have linked them to land or sea, and every available foot of land is under cultivation. Japanese people are traders, too. Because Japan has always had TO SUI'VlVe, shrewdness is another of their ingrained qualities. The hard lives the people lead has never kept their spirits down, and it seems that they are the happiest people in the Grient. Perhaps 't is because the simplicity of their lives has made it possible for them to enioy to the utmost the pleasures 'c' ' f land. ve ' '4W:"..r4-:'1z:i'Jg2L'1J5g' jig Y-,-5:.J: i1.g1?P3i1 f .N :KV 1 6 5 0' qv., rx i 'Fw' T3 ""4i A52 FF' T' W CHANGE OF CCDMMANDS ig Y N' 'gif I H X-9.1 x-' A ,,s", . .X - y .gr -s 1 TN .Di-'14, f aww' lt has been a long hard cruise, even for a destroyerrnan, but nevertheless we have had our humorous moments. 'r The theft of the ship's wheel in Pearl l-larbor didn't seem too funny to some, but most of the crew thought it a great joke.. And seeing the assorted bandages, black eyes and bruisesesouvenier of Block Arena-was humorous in it's own way. Will we ever forget the Aggie sailor who chased a man right up to the quarterdeck of his ship 3. We were probably the first U.S. Navy ship ever to leave Keelung flying a rebel flag, While fhe Chaplain was busy lighting off fire-crackers. And the Supply Officer's immortal words that Christmas Day still ring throughout the ship-"So help me, Jose!" ' The basketball anal softball games and the ship's bowling league satisfied the athletic inclinations of most of us, but there were a few who would hunt up the nearest golf course. Usually they would begin and end at the l9th hole. The "Shadow of Officer's Country," alias Lamont Cranston, did his best to liven up the cruise. Stealing hats, pillows and mattresses, leaving his calling card in the form of a can of louse powder or a "disappearing" picture, the Shadow certainly must have the power to cloud men's minds. In Japan, the X.O. appointed himself guide to show a group of officers the sights of Kamakura. Unfortunately, Japanese roads being what they are and Kamakura being in the opposite direction, the group ended up in Yokohama. Just a slight plotting error. The continuous schedule changes furnished a bit of humor, as it was never possible to say what would happen next or where we would be. Refuelling, replenishment and highline operations were usually complete surprises and really kept us iumping. There were many other incidents which kept us smiling and brightened our days. Bringing stores aboard by bum-boat, Charlie Grant as a loau waiter at the Yoko CPO Club, Arab and Big John with their raffles and anchor pools, LTJG Boden as Santa Claus and our Father Time, Chief Schow, and New Year Babe, ENS Burrow. To all we are indebted for helping make the days pass quickly and the hard work seem a little easier. r "Just remember, Son, change the schedule as you see fit." c, - ?,,,4Q" K s'fr?qs4 i Xxx . 111' S ll W' lg X "Would you please route the message ff , board ? " .Q 1 F I 'v 5 -5 .. 'V t' xB?Qg'if3-E Wm'- " Merry Christmas, Y'all l " "The Flag is up, they're on the starting line, and King has placed his bet." 1.- 'it' 1515- V fiii n xv il in Yfk , . "Call you and raise 3 money orders." "Heh, heh, heh-we're non watch standers ! " Tippacanoe and San Miguel Too! " Whad'ya mean, Easy Ed sent you?" " Cap'n, where's my Daddy?" Y-.' , .i i K1 9 Q 9 . 1 u, f l . r ,U Ever hear of an owl, 500 miles at sea? " Now station the Helo Detail." "Brannon, loan me your iifeiacket. Parrette, loan me your gun. He's coming back! " V s-Sr Limbo King of the Fl l. l say, Matey, is this Coca-Cola?" M ew ' V wg, ,ff 7 W M ,,, " Where's the Chiet's Club, Bing 3 " .,f-- l HOME A190 B 0 H1510 SEWKWZLRWNS ALABAMA CHAUNCEY W O PEPPER W T READ J D TINNEY J C WILDER, J. D. ARKANSAS DY ,.1.E, N HAFER, G. N. CEN L111 E, E. E. M SHIPS 'R 0 STE? CALIFORNIA Lconn HAWAII . . . RD3 1, . . SN , .. KILLINGSWORTH, D.S. FTG3 POGGL, L. A. FA WAAHLLA, J. P. SA , . . CSI , , , , . . FN , . PCB , . . BTI , , , , , , 5143 E s ER E s 1 E 5 I SA B L B 1 B SN BT2 MCGUIRE, L. E. ARIZONA DAVIS, N. L. SN HOLOWELL, R. D. SN MISHLER, L. SN MISHLER, R. A. ET2 MOTT, D. F. EM2 WINTER, R. A. QMSA CALIFORNIA ADAMS, W. A. FTGSA ALLISON, T. S. PN3 BARNES, P. A. LCDR BEHM, E. W. CDR BELLISCH, N. J. FN BLEDSOE, R. D. SN BONNER, W. C. TN BOWSMAN, L. J. SA BROWN, W. M. FA CALVERT, J. ETR3 CAMPBELL, J. M. SN CAREY, M. W. SN CYPHERS, N. L. SFP3 DIECKS, R. D. SM2 EMMS, L. A. SN FERRELL, L. C. EM3 FRANKS, B. G. MM2 GRACE, R. F. SN GRANT, D. F. SOG2 HAFENFELD, S. R. SN I-IALL, L. D. IC3 HOLLOWAY, I-I. G. SFM2 JONES, I. A. SA KINDRICK, D. E. SN LIGI-IT, C. E. CS2 MABRY, W. E. SN MANDELLA, D. J. SOG3 MARTINEZ, R. E. FN MACKEY, B. H. SN MEJIA, C. SN MELBER, W. E. SN MINARIK, W. K. SA MOORE, D. E. GMMI MURRAY, D. B. SN ORTZ B A TEXIERA D J BMSN PRIEST M L MM3 OUARTAROLI J IDAHO REGALADO R R EMFN CHRISTENSEN G M ETR2 RIVERA, C. M. MM3 ROBERSON, J. P. 1EqR1v1p1 II-I-INOI5 SKINNER, c.P1. MM3 CAVANAUGH, 1. A. N SPOON, R. D. YN MEYER, G. J. N STERN, G. REE , C.J. MM3 SWIHART, N. . RMSN ROSENOW, F. R. MM2 TASSIO, S. E. SIMMONS, C. BM2 USTICK, R. C. LT WALKER, L.E. SN INDIANA WHEELER, C.E. SMCS BROOKE, T.L. FA WEBER, R. W. GMG3 DIXON, R.E. TM2 HAYDEN, R.L. EMC CQNNECTICUT KRCDHN, I-LF. ETR3 LANTZ, J.C. RD2 FENNOI T- P- LTJG WEAVER. R.A. MM3 COLORADO IOWA BADSKY, B. L- FN GEBEL, M. W. MMFN CROSBY, E. W. BMCS HOFFMAIVI, A.G. QIVI3 HARDESTYI IVV. MM3 MASTERSON, R.N.VV. RD2 MAN'-EY, D. M' MM3 JOHNSON, R.S. FA MAPEL, G. D. BT2 STRAUSHIEM, R. W. FN KANSAS SISSON, B. B. YNC DAUGHERTY, G. P. FA TAFOYA, J. R. SN HERRLMAN, LE. SA TRITZ, D.L. EMI WA115, R.L. FA WILSON, J. C. ETRSA WE51-EY, J, A, FN WOLF, D.L. RM2 DELARE ROUSH J E FN KENTUCKY WEBB, K. MMI FLORIDA LOUISIANA BODEN, 1. N. LTJG ALKENS, R. B13 CHRISTLE, D. L. 5143 ARTHUR, MJ. SFI MADDEN, J.S. RM3 BROUILETTE, D.S. RM3 SCHOWL E- L- QMCA BURAS, LH. SN LAWRENCE, R. W. LTJG PUGI-I, R,L, RD2 GEORGJA WALKER, B. SDI BENSON I-I C MAINE DISQNI HI. I 8,322 DOUGHERTY, D.E. RD3 DUMASI ,C SA DOUGHERTY, LH. RD3 GLLL. GC. GMG2 D GRANT, C. M. GMGCA MARY'-AN Mggpggl -P SN CARPENTER, E.L. MMI 'lr BPIEPPLELD, .1,, QPCI REYNOLDS, W. B. MM2 WEST, 1, SAWYER, W.C. ETCS MASSACHUSETTS SCHALLY, J.E. CSI MICHIGAN COURTRIGHT, J.R. SN DANBY, C.E. LTJG DEFOREST, D.A. FTG2 EHMAN, L.H. LTJG GRINNELL, L.J. SA RODER, P.S. LT SMITH, E.S. BTI WALLACE, G. W. TM3 WRITT, W.R. YN3 MINNESOTA COOK, N. B. IC3 MISSISSIPPI HULSEY, R.S. SA PARRETTE, J.R. GMGCA TWINER, J.C. SOGSN TROTTER, R.L. RMCM MISSOURI ANDERSON, M.E. MMI CHANCELLOR, C.L. SM3 HAUSER, D.J. BMSN JEFFREY, C.R. SOG2 LONG, E.E. EMFN MULLEN, R.R. SN NUCKOLLS, M. G. MM3 NEBRASKA MILLER, M.M. RD3 SHERER, A.L. SM2 STICKNEY, D.E. MMI SUNDSTROM, L.C. EMFN SWANSON, C.L. BT2 VANDEMAN, L.A. EM3 NEVADA CLAYEUX, W.L. FN FERNLEY, J.E. RM3 FERRIER, KR. ICI NEW JERSEY ASHMAN, J.A. BT2 CUNNINGHAM, P. S. RD3 MOWREY, M. A. SN NEW MEXICO CANTWELL, J.P. ENS LOVATO, X. RM2 OUINTANA, B.J. GMG2 NEW YORK BELLINGER, H. A. SN COGER, F.C. FTGSN COLE, RV. SI-I2 OADD, RJ. EMFN HRONCICH, A.J. ETR2 WISEMAN, W.R. RDI WOOD, R.K. BT3 NEW HAMPSHIRE LAROCHE, E.M. RDC NORTH CAROLINA HYDE, J.H. SH3 HURT, R.L. SK2 SLACK, L. T. SOGSN NORTH DAKOTA KEISZ, K.E. MMFN OKLAHOMA GRAY, J.L. ETR2 HAYES, D.E. BT3 SPADE, E.L. SHB3 OREGON EPLING, R.C. SKCA GRAHAM, J.W. SOG2 SHARPE, P.M. MM3 OHIO GERGELY, A. BTI TROSTLE, D.L. TMI WESTRICH, D. R. SN PENNSYLVANIA HARTZFELD, J.A. SOI JAMES, M. G. ETNSN JOHNSTON, R.A. FA KLINGER, D.C. LTJG KOSHAK, G. M. EN2 MC CLURE, E.D. SN MONAGHAN, B. D. ENS NETTLES, R.L. FTGI PAVLOCK, A.J. IC3 SCHWAB, D.F. MR2 SEELNACHT, E. A. CS2 VVAIDLEY, E. A. BMSN PHILIPPINES BUMAGAT, H. A. SD2 CALLO, A.L. TN ECLE R. A. TN HABAN, P.N. EMI ILIDAN, N.L. TN MANZANO, A. A. SKI NAZARENO, M. B. SHI NAZARENO, M. D. TN PORTILLO, A. A. SD3 SOUTH CAROLINA ANDERSON, C. C. SMI ARNOLD, J. D. BT3 MACHEN, J. E. BMSN MUCKENFUSS, G. R. SA RECTOR, E. J. SN SINGLETON, R.R. SK3 STUCKEY, E.S. QMS WILLIAMS, J.E. SD3 SOUTH DAKOTA RROOMAN, R.A. RDS SQHNIDER, MO SN SCHNIDER, MR. SN TEXAS ADAIR, O R. OMMI ALBRIGHT, RL. FA ALSLIP, SD. RMS ANDREWS, R. D. MMS BROWN, RL. EIMS CROUCH, E.L. RM2 DOMINGUEZ, E.H. SMS ELROD, RJ. YN3 GRADY, L.P. ISTEN GUTHRIE, D.E. STS ESTES, T.J. ENS JONES, T. D. FTG3 LYNN, D.D. SR2 MCOEHEE, J. L. FN MOORE, J.T. FN SMITH, A.D. FA TAFFER, J.E. MMC TENNESSEE ANOLIN, W.T. RMI BROWN, R. DCS DAVIDSON, M.E. RDSN SWAEEORD, O. ST2 VIRGINIA MIMS, E.D. HMI WEST, R. S. SN WASHINGTON ARERS, E.D. DRI SIJRROW, JE. ENS GEDDES, E.W. MM2 HANSEN, O. O. ICS HEWITSON, OT. FN LLJTTER, H.J. RDS THARP, OL. SOO2 WISCONSIN COLEMAN, D.D. SN PEARDON, J. SN SMITH, D.L. SN THOMAS, D.E. DC2 VORDERISRIJOOEN, O.W. OMO2 WYOMING BIAS, W.A. SN JOHNSON, O. S. SN MELLOR, R. O. EN3 - 5 Af I UC H0155 5 " aaff LTJG T. N. BODEN SC, USNR LTJG C. E. DANBY, USNR MIMS E. D. HML USN AKERS E. B. DKI, USN ELLIS R. R: PH3, USN DAVIS N. L. SN, USNR -....l...- .,,, l M A Note from the stall lr is hoped Thar this cruis b lc l e oo wil serve as a memorable Token of our I962-63 four in West-Pac To wives, sweefhearfs and parents as well as 'ro The Crew of 'rhe Aggie- Maru. Our sincere gratitude to R.R. Ellis, Pl-l3, USN of the USS 'Ticonderoga anal lo members of The Cre h ' ' ' ' W vv o clonared their pictures, making This book possible. 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