Ainsworth (FF 1090) - Naval Cruise Book

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She is the thir- teenth ship of the JOSEPH HEWES class of frigates. The ship is specially designed for locating and destroying enemy submarines but is also capable of performing such other missions as patrol, search and rescue. blockade, surveillance, shore bombardment, anti-surface warfare and anti-air warfare. AINSWORTH is outfitted with the most recent electronic equipment for detecting andlor communicating with ships, submarines and aircraft. Main features include the ship's two sonar lunderwater sound detectionl systems. One, mounted in the hull of the bow, is capable of gaining surface or subsurface contacts at extremely long ranges. The other has a variable depth capability and is towed astern. AINSWORTHS principal arma- ment is the homing torpedo. Placed in the general vicinity of an enemy submarine, the torpedo will seek-out and destroy its target. The three systems installed in the ship to deliver the torpedo to the target area include: torpedo tubes, the ASROC lAntisubmarine Rocketl lawncher and the LAMPS il.ight Airborne Multi- Purpose Systernl, 3 manned FF-1090 SHIP HISTORY helicopter. Other major armament in- cludes the 5"!54 rapid fire gun, hav- ing a primary purpose of anti-air and anti-surface warfare. lt is also effec- tive for shore bombardment in sup- port of forces on beachheads to several miles inland. In August 1976, AINSWORTH became the first ship to receive installation of a production version of the HARPOON Missile Launch System. The HARPOON anti-ship missle, with beyond-the- horizon ranges in excess of 50 nautical miles, adds significantly to AlNSWOFiTH'S fighting capability. AINSWORTH is powered by a single five-bladed propeller driven by steam turbines developing 35,000 shaft horsepower. Featuring automatic combustion control of her two boilers, which operate at steam pressures of approximately 1200 pounds per square inch, she is capable of speeds in excess of 27 knots fmore than 30 miles per hourl. The ship's characteristics are: Length overall - 438 feet, beam fwidthl - 47 feet: navigational draft tdeepest point below waterlinel - 26 feetg full load displacement - 4,200 tons. AINSWORTH was commissioned 31'March 1973 and is manned by 18 officers and more than 240 enlisted personnel. The ship has facilities for embarking the squadron commander and his staff and a LAMPS helicopter detachment. In additio n v n to opear- tions in the Western Atlantic and the Caribbean operating areas, the ship has completed five extended Cf9Dloyments in her brief history. AINSWORTH was a unit o operation UNITAS XV from July 1974. to December 1974, conducting maneuvers with the forces ofseven South American navies while circum- navigating the continent and com- pleting twenty-one port visits. From October 1975 to May. 197-6. AINSWORTH participated in maior fleet exercises in the Mediterranean with the Sixth Fleet and in Northern European waters with NATO forces and made twenty-two port CallS In seven countries. AINSWOBTH PW' ticipated in various exercises with other units of the Sixth Fleet during her second deployment to the Mediterranean from March 1977 t0 October 1977, and visited fifteen ports in eight different countries. ln March 1978 AINSWORTH PW' ticipated in a weapons demonstration code named "Exercise Shamrock for the President of the United States. From November 1979 to ADH' 1980 AINSWORTH was deployed 10 the Middle East. AINSWORTH sprefil over 3 months in the Persian Gulf during the lranian Crisis as a unit of Commander Middle East Force. Dur- ing this period, 86 days of con- secutive sea time were logged. Frorg August 1980 to November. 193 AINSWORTH participated In the NATO exercise teamwork 80. 'The ship has steamed over 500,000 miles. AINSWORTH has served as flag-'imp for Destroyer Squadron COYTI' manders Six, Ten and Twenty-Tvlf0- Homeported in Norfolk, Virginia? AINSWORTH is presently a Ufllt 0 Destroyer Squadron Ten. I DESTROYER SQUADRGN TEN 3 IlLIllGDI1HllTVmlNXWGQ mm ...L- ll! ".' 'ktllbiuur X I S5 I N , .ein O , - . x 4 - x in . 3' fr 'Q' .Q ' f JF 93, I , ..- . Vg , r fff'?f?2'.g,g-r.. f I +1 3525 5 Q ' g 'i f o 1 .I ' 1 ' f ss S " Q l N.. 'Wx 'F of 199 ." xxXXxsS". THE SHIP'S INSIGNE The arms of Ainsworth, designed from the ideas of the ships company, reflects elements symbolic of the life of Vice Admiral Walden Lee Ainsworth as well as values inherent in American and naval tradition. The concept of the knight brandishing a battle axe, together with the colors red and silver, derive directly from the Ainsworth family coat-of-arms. ln concert, they repre- sent strength, fortitude and nobility in pursuit of peace. The seahorse represents prowess and fortitude. ln addition to the connotation of vigilance at sea, the seahorse symbolizes the forces of science and industry, vital elements in design, construction and operation of the ship. The lcnight astride the seahorse, then, indicates seapower strengthened by the marriage of man and technol- Oqy. of crew and ship. The tull color version adds special meaning to the Ainsworth arms. The traditional Na vy blue and gold signify loyalty, fidelity, truth and excellence. ln addition to reflecting our national colors, the red, white and blue shield is highlighted by a central errmrie band, symbolic of leadership and justice. The green charger represents youth, strength and freshness, particularly appropriate to the Navy of today and tomorrow. The motte Para ta Pugnare meaning "Prepared to Fight, " stresses the primary goal of I'csHia,fI!2e'5S to .ist to further the values which have become our heritage. The motto also erzco.rrzpasse.s the nickname of the fighting destroyerman who was "Pug" Ainsworth. The ,rer':plier'al stars are marks of honor and achievement, characterizing both the life Of K tae Aitrrzzras Ainsworth and the aspirations of those who proudly carry his standard xx 82353. The line highlighting the border of the crest, signifies the unity and ' .. f 'ne snsps crew. May that line be a strong one. May it never part. May this crest :::s.:t N fy.. FS!T2JI.7I'iS'3 that line to act in pursuit of excellence throughout the lite a 'T . A "-easing a proud name and proud heritage. , , -.,. - Q..---,.,, , ..-...ff - - . -......... -.- . . -, -u v --- '-' COMMANDING OFFICER Commander George J. Ellis United States Navy Commander Ellis was born in Dallas, Texas. He graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 1960 and attended Graduate School at the Univer- sity of Texas. Commissioned at the Officer Candidate School in 1962, he was assigned as Com- munications Officer in USS O'BANNON lDD-450l. Other sea service has included tours as Engineer Officer in USS ROBERT K. HUNTINGTON lDD-781l following completion of Destroyer School, Opera- tions Officer with the recommis- sioning crew of USS LUCE lDDG-38l, and Executive Of- 3- ficer of USS RICHARD E. KRAUS lDD-8491, USS BORDELON lDD-881l, and USS JOSEPHUS DANIELS lCG-273. Commander Ellis commanded River Division 573 and River Division 532 while in the Republic of Vietnam from August 1969 to August 1970. Shore assignments have in- cluded duty with the Military Sealift Command area head- quarters in Bremerhaven, Ger- many, with the Fleet Combat Direction Training Center, Dam Neck, Virginia, and most recently, as Director of Depart- ment Head Training at Surface "S-"' Warfare Officers School Com- mand, Newport, Rhode Island. Commander Ellis has been awarded the Bronze Star Medal with Combat the Navy Commendation Medal, the Navy Achievement Medal, the Republic of Vietnam Cross of Gallantry, and the Republic of Vietnam Staff Service Medal First Class. Commander Ellis is married to the former Susan Carolyn Haines of East Moriches, New York and they have two sons Michael and Andrew, and three daughters Karen, Anne, and Rebecca. '7W' ' illness- bag.-fi-5 Nl.,,:1 Commander L. Scott Blankinship, a native of Virginia, graduated from the University of North Carolina NROTC class of 1967 with a Bachelor of arts degree in History. He was also awarded a Masters degree in Communications Management from the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School in 1974. From July 1967 until June 1970, Commander BLANKIN- SHIP served in USS BORDELON QDD-881i as Com- munications Officer, Combat information Center Officer and as Operations Officer. Upon completion of Destroyer School, he returned to sea as -sigh--A. --Q-els-..xrs.. -..A-. -.-.....-.-5.., - ' -. .,.g..A-bhii Operations Officer in USS EUGENE A. GREENE QDD-7115. Commander BLANKlNSHlP'S next sea tour was as Executive Officer of USS MCCLOY QFF- 1038i from December 1974 un- til September 1976. He has been serving as Executive Of- ficer of USS AINSWORTH QFF- 1090i since October 1980. Assignments ashore have in- cluded a tour from December 1976 to December 1979 as Assistant to the Navy Satellite Communications Program Coordinator for Plans, Pro- grams and Resources, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations. He also attended the Armed EXECUTIVE CFFICER Commander L. S. Blankinship United States Navy Forces Staff College from January 1980 to June 1980. Commander BLANKIN- SHlP'S awards include the Navy Achievement Medal with Gold Star, Combat Action Rib- bon, Meritorious Unit Commen- dation Ribbon, National Defense Service Medal, Viet- nam Campaign Medal, Sea Ser- vice Deployment Ribbon, Viet- namese Distinguished Service Ribbon and the Vietnam Ser- vice Medal. Commander BLANKINSHIP is married to the former Carol L. Dunn of Maxton, North Carolina. They have one son, Wesley. K' WEAPONS OFFICER ENGINEERING OFFICER LCDR ROBIN P. BUSHORE LCDR RICHARD F. FELSHAW NAVAL ACADEMY MILLIKAN COLLEGE MIT DEPARTMENT HEADS I OPERATIONS OFFICER SUPPLY OFFICER LT. RICHARD NI. GALEKI LTQJGI DANIEL R. ORENIER VILLANOVA UNIVERSITY RADFORD COLLEGE A "" " ' ' bfbtidfuua-.-Sbngv-2:5 C' 'Q ..- - .- .....-.-vw.:-A ,,. P... ...ff-- ..-.- o-1-,.Q-p-in-vvgvuun--me-vv-"""""' ' hai Chief Hill . . . and taking names. xx'-'L X gcc. But it's dark on the fantail! 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TO R.: BTFN MILLS, TM3 OSHIRO MM2 SCARBROUGH, STGSN HURLEY. MIDSHIPMEN ASSIGNED FO NORTH M R TRAINING: MIDN3lC NORTON C . IDN3!C OLSZKO. , MIDNSIC LINDERMAN, MIDN3!C MCLAUGHMAN, MIDN3l 36 , , -v---3-v--. -..---..-..-1..--- '1-- - ' "" ' ' PACE PARTICIPANTS ' I ll -1---Ji BACK ROW L. TO R.: DOCTOR MORTIMER CUSHMAN, GMTSA MILAM, STG3 ROBBINS, ET3 GEHLING SHSN HEGLAR, HTFA PHIBBS, MM2 CHRISTENSEN, GMGSN DOUGHERTY, MM3 HEATHMAN. FRONT ROW L. TO R.: GMGSA MCGREGOR, ENFN KELLY, MMFA BELCHER, STGSN HOPKINS, EM3 MARKS, ET2 BREAUX, PNSN CUNNINGHAM. SEATED: STG3 TRADER, HT2 COULSON, ET3 SHEFFIELD. SURFACE WARFARE B XS. CA .XL I" FIU, ENLISTED SURFACE WARFARE SPECIALIST: L. TO R.: STGC MINDERMAN, MMCS HIGH, OM2 LANDRY. MM1 HODGES, MM2 ATWOOD. SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER: LTJG KOCH. I J , ,. f -- --f -' ' ' "f ' " nnlhphr-N,-n'71", ACHIEVEMENT NAVAL Wing Q , - Q jW2,g2?fe2' ' I I . 'izv X BM3 PAULETTE , , 0 'V !.w1444., f ' ' BMSN MORGAN ix int- ENS BELL L. TO R.: MM2 ATWOOD, MS2 O'HARA. 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