Ajax (AR 6) - Naval Cruise Book

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wmww iMm sv ' jM,mnSA js , CREW ' S , . ORBIS TERR. L ( DE. ' CRlPTrO DUO Ill IS PLANI5 hemlsph.Criis comprefesa d i ' anf rj i r.lHT HJCUJ, 7IP ' ATLA " • ' : " .. TiCtJtvi g-X UfL ' : i: ? . l ' 1 Lvo; . : " ' -- " !::.- : 0-- ■ O tOC E A NUSi » c»V ,Vn XI . A ' O .li ■ A .® v ' v C I; LVJ C .i 1 : coq, rf.i £ « T I " ' ic ' =•! •«o. ' M - ' - ..A . • EDICATION , IS book is dedicated to our ' es, Parents, and all our loved nes who unfailingly reminde ' mMMAlNDIMC CAPTAIN P. L. FULLINWIDER CREW ' S BOOK 1974-75 commemorates another foreign cruise of the good ship AJAX in the service of her country and our Navy. For this one period, we ARE AJAX; and the work and adventures pictured herein and experienced by all, are peculiarly our own. Yokosuka, Japan; Subic Bay, the Philippines, and Kaohsiung, Republic of China ; were the ports visited, each presenting widely differing challenges of work and play. The Pacific Ocean was AJAX ' s major challenge as we marshalled our best repair efforts to get moving at full power in only 30 hours after suffering a major engineering casualty. A truly remarkable achievement and a forerunner of the fine repair work we performed on the many ships of the SEVENTH FLEET in our seven and a half month deployment. We left the SEVENTH FLEET in better condition than we found it, and AJAX returned to San Diego, herself much improved both in material and in train- ing. This after all is our mission - Repair; and while it was hard work for all, the CREW ' S BOOK pictures will trigger for years to come the special memories of foreign travel, different peoples and the good cameraderie of AJAX Crew 1974-75. Peter L. Fullinwider Captain, U. S. Navy Commanding { 1 Ai 1 B s Er M I d I inl EXECUTIVE OFFICER COMMANDER W. E. WELCH CDR WELCH entered the Navy from Atmore, Ala. in June 1948, and was advanced to Chief Petty Of- ficer in November 1957. He was commissioned as En- sign (LDO Engineering) on 1 January 1960. In November 1963 he changed his designation to an un- restricted Line Officer. His shore duty tour was as the Production Officer, Defense Contracts Office, Cedar Rapids, lA. 1969 - 1971. The remainder of CDR WELCH ' S Naval service has been on sea duty in the following commands: USS MOCKING BIRD (AMS- 27); USS FLAMINGO (AMS-11); Mine Sweeping Boat Division 113; USS PRESTIGE (MSO-465); USS BOLSTER (ARS-38); USS ALAMO (LSD-33); MINE SQUADRON THREE Staff; USS HAYNSWORTH (DD-700); DESTROYER SQUADRON 28 Staff; and USS AJAX (AR-6). I LCDR HOWE LCDR FELL LCDR OIEN LCDR HESBY LT McNAB LT MARVIN LT FLAKES LT MEPOMUCENO lO K N G I D N K K P h: A R R I T N M G K N T 11 Damage Control Shop 12 " My old Pal Clint " Electric Shop 13 " A " Gang 5 ¥ W Jl ' Jr l V ■ liii " - ' a ' ti i S, —is " " vW " iBv -J J " C R " Shop 14 Maybe I need a bigger flame ... " 15 " IC " Shop [1 16 " SomeLunes I think the Chi takes P.M.S. Evaporator Crew i I I MMl Rohbock performs a chloride test on Boiler Feed Water 18 I MMC Abriam adds technical assistance Forward Engine Room Machinist ' s Mates 19 :,er r ire Rocvrb. Alter Engine " No it ' s not soup yet! " 22 23 R E P A I R D E P A R T M E N T 25 Repair Office LCDR Oien OMl Burns YN2 Long 1 26 YN3 WRIGHT 27 R-1 Office Carpenter Shop Shipfitter Shop 1 m 11 " tM Lagging Shop Pipe Shoppe 30 Sheetmetal Shop 31 R-2 DIVISION Engraving Shop I f Lower Machine Shop L 1 Upper Machine Shop 33 Outside Repair r ' % -mfv iytUJI II II 11 II »! -.iiMO HU. Governor Injector Shop 34 Boiler Repair Shop Engine Shop 35 R-3 DIVISION Electric Repair Shop H »s Hbg 9K JB Bp j " 1-- ■■•■« Hp 36 Gyro Repair Shop Projector Shop 37 R-4 DIVISION I Electronic Repair Lab 38 I ab 39 Teletype Shop 40 Electronic Calibration Lab 41 R-5 DIVISION R-5 OFFICE Print Shop 42 Draft Shop Watch Repair Shop Optical Repair Shop 43 Typewriter Shop is p " ' 7 - 9 i BS iK . Diving Locker Public Affairs 5 ' • 44 Photo Lab MIRCS Lab Fire Control Shop 45 ma I 11 6650-i»y7-79l PBXSM.KnOO 50 £ACH ,IOCjloi,,75.j ;?3 9 on 0009 S-1 DIVISION 48 !.. f ' ■I ■49 S-2 DIVISION } I i 50 S-3 DIVISION 51 s 52 i. I S-4 DIVISION I I P ( 53 1 S-5 DIVISION I 54 S-6 DIVISION 55 DECK DEPARTMENT First Division I 56 ffM H ' " - MV Second Division 57 Sure! I use Ajax! I. Third Division 58 59 DENTAL MEDICAL DEPARTMENT Dental Division 60 I Medical Division I k 61 OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT ' 1 1 I OPERATIONS is responsible for the collec- tion, evaluation and disemination of combat and navigational information, as well as com- munications afloat and ashore. 63 ADMIN. DEPARTMENT Career Counselor Race Relations Specialist Ship ' s Librarian Master At Arms Force 64 I 1 I I i Personnel Office Drug Representative in Post Office c Master Chief Petty Officer of the Command 65 «4 i 1 4i fc K f k. •k, AJAX DEPARTS SAN DIEGO 6 JULY 1974 I y«3iaf r USA. HAWAII PEARL HARBOR SAN DIEQO A JAX UNDERWAY While underway, the ship exercised maritime drills such as General Quarters, Refueling, and Highline Transfers. . . .ALL HANDS MAN YOUR BATTLE STATIONS " .„ THIS IS A DRILL! THIS IS A DRILL! MAN OVERBOARD! 72 Together with . . . USS TOLOVANA (0-64) 73 AJAX Arrives In Yokosuka, Japan 74 Much of our spare time was spent wander- ing through the Navy Exchange. As you can see here, there was a wide variety of merchandise, keeping us occupied for hours. 75 76 77 PHILIPPINES I 79 Grande Island was the sight for the ship ' s picnic. 80 [ -J fodke 81 AJAX UNDERWAY FOR KAOHSUING, TAIWAN 82 83 84 II! 85 Kaohsuing, a city of enchantment, offered friendly people and a warm at- mosphere. It was not uncommon to be greeted with friendly smiles. 86 a i C t ,J| e ' Vo e CHRISTIAN CH LOffe;;yV s- t: v.- i L AJAX personnel volunteered a help- ing hand to restore one of Taiwan ' s many orphanges. Undertaking this task, they not only refurbished buildings to make them safer, but were accompanied by a team of Corpsmen to provide Medical Care. 87 Return To Subic Bay 88 It was good to return and see old friends and make new ones. ' m, 89 DEPARTURE FROM WESTPAC 90 We speak for most of the crew when we say that, though we thrilled at the thought of going home, our hearts ached at the thought of leaving. 91 J- PEOPLE AND PLACES 92 93 rf f i ■ ■ ■ 94 95 1. " Here I am, the greatest radio operator in all the world, maybe even in all Connecticut, monitoring the calls to the " states " for those poor homesick sailors who can ' t hack a little Japaneese culture shock. At any rate, here I am - Your Knight with a Mike, Your Dear Abby with a beard. Your Don Quixote with head phones, ready and willing to fight the evil of incommunicability ( ). Here to treat even your most trivial phone conversations with the utmost secrecy, to ensure . . . brrrrinngg . . . Excuse me . . . 2. M.A.R.S. Radio station, May I help You? Yes Commander. Why certainly Commander, I ' ll connect you right away. 3. ... Hey Sidney, you gotta hear this, this guy ' s wife just drove his new Mercedes through the wall of the house into the kitchen, hit the dog, the dog ran out of the room and ran smack in the middle of the piano, knock- ing over his .$400.00 prize collection of . . . huh? 4. Yes sir, but . . . but . . .1 understand sir, . . . Yes sir . . . May I ask why you want this information????? sir 96 5. You don ' t suppose he really will report me to the CO.? Do You? 6. Oh well, that ' s the way the micro wave bounces. WELCOME TO JAPAN 98 Mt. Fuji, some primitive stone sculptures and the beautiful setting sun. 101 t V % . ' ij m ' «! Vt ' JOt, -r. 4 sa-f • .«n f» J AJAX VISITS SUBIC BAY, REPUBLIC OF PHILIPPINES ■ •x y 7 ' jr.. " ■.: , , . 7 V J ' ' ■ r w vvV m 9 " I ' V - ' -. ' . ' tii. ' |1l9 . 4i ' ' ll ' ' . ifc»: i 1 CLUB I i£;;ssiMA : n}: ! ] 1 n rrii lL m i 1 Olongapo, a city of jeepnees, beggars, bargains, sidewalk vendors, souvenir shops, bars and monkey meat. 1 £ p n it 1 i 1 ' 1 ' ilii ' ittM ' I • ♦,♦: • ' l t II) n Lii i I ' wt . % .-fi .X ' ;i; rS2fyv, ' s rrr A ' r -JP - KAOHSIUNG, TAIWAN A ' CHINA ' S FREE PEOPLE 106 .. 107 Kaohsiung is a city of working people their own merchandise. 1 %W ymm i p ■ ' m 1 f i i r yt,- M 3 St. i - 3L. i -1 Viii 1 - ? 1. lU f 7c,- . " . ft-jLft ' TAI I ' C j lis ' y jii ■mmm JtA. U i After a short stop in Hawaii, we arrived in San Diego on Feb 16, 1975. r- -V; " !.; . i .A i I m Farewell Sweet Orient. Farewell. Once again we have experienced a different life style truely rare in quality. belonging to You alone. We sincerely appreicate discovering Your many treasures. Your unique ancestors-. and most of all. Your friendly hospitality. Savonara 113 AJAX SPORTS The AJAX Flag Football Team played 9 games scoring a total of 32 touchdowns, giving up only 14. 114 115 lajTiliMiiMir I iinTii niiii 116 I 3B " ' " ' -■■ ' ' ' -;■ ' » " ' . .■ Ui ■ 9 siP ' » " ii - i ' iy ' v ■;! " »j ' i •• tt ' :- y. M k tot 1 F r -. " - jf " . ' tr -T iSKiS ' .« ' " , i» " 1 rl ll T 1 J ■- M w - 19 i y 117 118 l 119 ■ . .: » f., I I ,v T « ' :- i t YOKOSUKA PAN TAIWAN KAOHSIUNG SUBIC BAY VIETNAM IPHILIPPINES ..• • ' •■ • - . • •■0 ' -5 AUSTRALIA ' ■ ■. .1 .♦, , - ,; ; HAWAII PEARL HARBOF? SAN DIEGO It was almost mid-day as we entered San Diego Harbor. We were all straining our eyes to see, welcoming the sight of the ones we left behind. f I M • ' vz B P SI J:4. , •! J - ' ■ ds. MY ' % ■ I 122 ib " . . . and there they were. Arms out-stretched, smiles on their faces, and love in their hearts. 123 AJAX arrives in San Diego, Feb. 16, 1975 124 L :i: ' lilKIII, ' ' ' ;i:IWli::; II 125 p - AI -P mi ■T a 126 127 126 SAILOR OF THE CRUISE I Our " Sailor of the Cruise " is the man amongst many who exemplified Navy Professionalism and demonstrated the finest attributes of the American Sailor during this cruise to the Western Pacific. Petty Officer Second Class Gary G. Foster has been selected as the " Sailor of the Cruise " from amongst a host of outstanding professional men serving in A J AX. Petty Officer Foster ' s selection, to represent what is best in AJAX, is fitting and proper in that he performs his ser- vice in the Repair Department. Petty Officer Foster has established a remarkable record of sustained superior performance throughout his 42 months of service onboard USS AJAX and has continually distinguished himself through an ex- emplary attitude of dedication to his work as a Machinery Repairman. During this deployment he continually sought out uncommon and difficult production jobs and there after, combined his technical skills and " can-do " attitude in a finished product reflecting his pride and dedicated craftmanship. In ad- dition, despite his busy schedule, he was ever willing to patiently instruct and assist the men in his shop. Petty Officer Foster always seemed to " have a minute " to provide technical guidance or to listen to other peoples problems. Petty Officer Foster and his wife Judy hail from Blue Ridge, Georgia. In addition to their 4 year old son Van, the Foster ' s are presently providing a foster home for two children in their home in San Diego. PH3 m 130 PH3 Box CREW ' S BOOK EDITORS A special " Thank You " to PH3 McCartney YN3 Overturf PH3 Morgan PMl Jellyman and PH3 Butcher YN3 Perry 0M2 Ramirez 131 BLIRTON. THOMAS B. CALVERT. ARTHUR P. HUMPHREY, ALONZO PERDl ' E. WILLIE J. F POOLE, JERRY W. B TUCKER, CHARLES B WARD, KENNETH J VALDEZ, CARL R. 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