Albert David (DE 1050) - Naval Cruise Book

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Carrier Operations .... Captions and Cartoons . . Homecoming ....... Messages ..... Credits 4- 6. ... ..- ..1 12-1 ..l ..l 16-1 20-2 24-26 . . 2 28-3 3 1-33 34-36 37-40 . . 41 42-47 48-51 52-54 55 , 4 56-59 60 61 ..62 ....63 65 66-70 71 ." 72-74 75-76 77-78 79-33 34-85 86-87 ss p ." -f N " 'Y'-Q .- AWPQ- ' --- 1: e- FIQEET-'fPO5T ' W Vj, 3 -D sim y-FRANQISCQ,'Q-ALIE3' Toi The0fficers and Men of ALBERT DAVID d 7 "" i':c This book pictorially 'illustrates your accomplishments ' during a 'most active and arduous deployment 12 November 1971s- 1 July 1972. As' you 'leaf 'throughg these pages! they dwi11ytr'i'gge,r thoughts and irememberancues io'fgf-the individualfpairts1f.tha'tQyou played in insuringNthegdeterm'iina,tion-offtheuSoyfch,Vi'e'tnamese People. and, ifn 'fiarf'Yi119c:Qdt1t4 they p9l1iaQieiSi1 QfiefYC?U41i iCOm?11a,11d12?-?giih+fip2 51-is Chiefs 7 i' i i wether?-ii?f 959911 1 4595545633147OPf5i?dti9T13S?E?Fa,1fii:HE 615577 in thf-1'51I15lf.1'SEtf-ifii 3 if1i?f35ii?if?isS1ii' I n i it iii?iii-35hf5fSf6Sfh93?EiQ6h?5fif-552355 tg iff?-:AISI i415 si-72" i fW11e?H they "Ki'CC1'1eH f ?Si5k?fWa5QbEiHg76Psenyedfinbound'youyresponded'withVVolleys,Mhj'' gafter yolley-of'a'ccuratej'gunfirewhichfin short OrderNftu'rjnQedg-Q''M' the tide of battle and won for2ALBERT DAViD the accoladeiifomz Conm1ander"SeVienth Eleetu--f'One our most :Let it bessaid 1thataaEcaf 132525 'sit :infact I ated-on' THEME! DESTROYERS RULE IN VIETNAM X, f l. 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In April 1957, he was assigned to the Staff of Commanding Officer, U. S. Naval Amphibious Base, Coronado, Califor- nia. It was on this tour of duty that he was appointed as an officer in the Regular Navy. Prior to reporting for the Naval Engineer- ing curriculum at the U. S. Naval Post- Graduate School, Monterey, California, in January 1961, he served as Chief Engineer on the fleet oilers, USS PASSUMPSIC CAO- lO7J and USS SHIPOLA CAO-635. Follow- ing post-graduate school, he served on the staff of Commander Fleet Training Group, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, as Training Evalu- ator and Staff Statistician. ln May 1964, he was assigned as Executive Officer, USS MAUNA KEA CAE-225. He later assumed command of the MAUNA KEA and remained in this assignment until May l966. Subsequently, he was assigned to the precommissioning detail of USS HORNE lDLG-305 then under construction at the U. S. Naval Shipyard, Hunters Point, California. After commissioning of HORNE. he served as Chief Engineer until December of 1967, when he was ordered 35 Executive Officer, USS BRADLEY DE Q - IO-ll l home ported in San Diego, California, Commanding Officer Commander LEEDOM comes to ALBERT DA VID from the Office of Legislative Af- fairs, Office of the Secretary of the Navy. In this assignment, he was responsible fOr the Navy's annual procurement authoriza- tion legislation and for liaison dealing With congressional investigations. Commander LEEDOM is a native of LONE Beach, California. He received his elemen- tary education in Whittier, California and attended Rutherford Preparatory Sch0Ol 111 his native city. He is married to the former Vali P. PESCHIUTTA of Monterey, Cali- fornia. They have two children: Clair E. LEEDOM III and Rina Lee LEEDOM. Lieutenant Commander Glen W. SMITH was commissioned an Ensign in the United States Navy upon graduation from the U. S. Naval Academy on 4 June 1961. His first assignment was Damage Control Assistant aboard the USS PERRY CDD-8445 from June, 1961, through December of 1962. Upon completion of his first tour of duty, he was assigned as a student at the Nuclear Power School, Bainbridge, Maryland from January 1963 to June 1963. Upon completion of studies at Nuclear Power School, he was assigned as a student at NPTU, West Milton Site, New York, for the period beginning July 1963, until com- pletion of his studies in December 1963. From January 1964, through July 1965, Lieutenant Commander SMITH remained as an instructor on the staff, NPTU, West Milton,Site, New York. Beginning in September 1965, Lieutenant Commander SMITH was assigned as a stu- dent at U. S. Naval Destroyer School, New- port, Rhode Island. Upon completion of his studies in March 1966, he reported aboard the USS DAVIS CDD-9373. From May 1966, through December 1967, he served as Operations Officer and Navigator on the DAVIS. From January 1968, through June 1969, Lieutenant Commander SMITH served as an instructor at the U. S. Naval Destroyer School, teaching antisub- marine warfare and tactical maneuvering. Returning once again to the field ofNuclear Power. LieutenantCommander SMITH re- ported aboard the cruiser USS LONG BEACH CCGN-93 in August 1969. He served as Main Propulsion Assistant until August 1971. Executive Officer Lieutenant Commander SMITH comes to the USS ALBERT DA VID CDE-10503 with a broad background in the Cruiser-Destroyer Force. Utilizing his past experience and knowledge, he has assumed the duties as Executive Officer on the Long Beach based Destroyer Escort. Lieutenant Commander SMITH is a native of Ketchikan, Alaska. He received his high school education at Ketchikan High School. He is married to the former Betty Ellen DOWNING of Saratoga Springs, New York. They have two children. Edgar Scott SMITH and Tina Celeste SMITH. ,M '-:f f- Q I -gp ' -tra fs.-4,-.-ref--r, . Q.. . ,..s..ss.s.ar:., . - , . "" ' Z 1 ? 'I I. LI. A. E. SETZER ChiefEngineer "Champagne Al" , v. 0 12 "' -. fffvr---.r - j, wWvWMA LI. V. H. CORRY OPS, Boss "Italian Stallion U Lt. E. L. PITMAN Gun Boss 'Deacon Black" LTJG J. D. L Y.YlfSS Szzpplnm' Onffficw' "f,fflfCfL'lZ U'C11'1'l'f11"' .-JS'?'?'H'FFif?9i'iUlh'--?:E?02iv5NZiiff17!QF?"if E.YGl.X'E E RIN G OPERA T I ONS I1'lf.,lPOX.S' SUPPL Y M ,li w 7 Y ,-'AA ,A vY4h-,,,,,, A, ,-..,.g:,.z--..,.-.,...,.-.x.---N ENG EERI ' if 3315.-Q . mc-4 ,ww , . 4- r -+-r 6 , .., '., ,U .X 1 .A-of X, ' '--V -vig"' .x 1f?"'!W1Q':.'fm:k.nS'f'v1U-f. ' 'Q ,mm .1-34-.-ww: 4 . ,.- ,--.1 uf ,AA ,. ,,,..'Hn..fa,, ,W ...f-'f+ir4:ai5L'r:w ' ff1Lv12,n V -mil? rrlgsiw- f-vw 12:51-1: 2125 1' ' --.J : 3 - 5,-.W -1, M. .qngq -f-.V,.., x -A...-g . - :-"l!f',ifL'3zgs if xr , . ..- - -WM... -K., In n' wn..AL ,... nga- -' nf...-P' .., - - .J- 1 'vi'- -f- 4 5 1 'Q' :'.' I V i I W 1 i -A 'I ,,. j 2 DIVISIO aArf Division has responsibility for all the ship's auxiliary equipment., electrical sys,- temg, interior communications, navigation equipment and 440 cycle power to the Fire Control Systems. Composed of "E" gang, Elegtriciansmatesg HIC" gang, Interior Com- municationmenl MAN sang, Engmemfill and Machinistmates, the men of "Af Division work in every space aboard ship as their equipment is found throughout. More than once did ALBERT DA VID meet her cosm- mitments through the hardvvork and flne efforts of the men of "An Division. LTJG LANGSTON A Division Officer and Electrical Officer MMC FRANE Y A Division CPU i EMI MCKENZIE EM3 JEWELL EM3 RYDER A EM3 SCHMIDT 3 JOSEPH EMFN ROBEN wg X4 E,11I",N' f7!,N'C '!! IC! !!f1YfN'!E ICQ WARKENTON IC3 BRIMER X 5, EN1 WOOD 11,113 ,UAXHERZ IC3 FINNELL MMI HAMLIN V-EN3 NYE , "'1 ,f1U,' QQXQ MR3 MCQ UARIE ENFN HODGES "' '.,,,f',gLf.-LA,-,x Lg U' I w ,if fra : ,ffl f X , 1551-gg? ,.. il-E," ,4 KN 5 n 5 . ' 5. -N 1 MMFN MCKINNEY MMFN GROVE ENFA SCHWARTZMAN 'Q-. 4 ,,., - -. 3 ip' V Q ' N - ' W4 Q -s ,,, pay,-1.,, h . . ., r . 7'4- s 4,-A ' I r"b'!"v,' i -Q M59 19 "f ' ' ' Qj ' "' ' " ' " mm' """"H"' "'m""""""' ' ' M DIVISIO The ships life starts with the igniting of the fires in the fireroom boilers, Where stea ' . . d - the ships distilling plant to produce drinking Water for the g'lef,p1'O . - . 1 duced and utilize in water for steaming the boilers. Through an extensive piping arrangement the Ste duced in the fireroom is sent to the engineroom where the main turbines and tham PTO 5 generators turn the shaft, also, these turbines, and turbo generators produce electri T tu l . . ID D rin the 1971-1972 deployment to Southgasgizer 1 13 for the lighting of ALBERTDA V . u g the engineroom department steamed approximately 50,105 miles, and steamed the b '1 01ers 4,400 hours. ENS. HERGER MPA MMCS PERSYN 1 1 1 H 1 11 125, E B si t 1 1 3 TC MANG UNE BTC WILLIAMS .. .D .-gl 1, fig ....-M-,..,- .,,. ..-- -.- .,...-.-1---1.-ruuwqmwa-v: fix BT3 SCUDDER B T3 R CPPL Z: BTI ELLINGWOOD BT2 JOHNSON BT2 EISENBACH B T3 H EE R SI N K ml' ' Y 1"f I K1 A' .W 1, lx!!! f ' BT3 HEMBREE 'x A H31 11 3 'K +G., .1 ,z ' 1 Q s N I B T3 lfR L A ,YD BTFN MCCORMICK FN CODY B TRY H A NNE M A N , ,ev AJ' 11.111 TIETGEX 22 BTFN CRJPLJ VER MM2 GUNTER FN MORRIS BTFN MUCHA MM 3 SHEDD . Q , As .... . -fl-,ff ..,-'4'mf-1-.,,.,.,,:,,5' , .. . z 1 A ? Hfguvg . -5513-.,5kSS1.l.:..i1 -ff.1-41Q-.n-.74-A- ' -5- - " A 4111!-1-?1i?75 .GY 1 L FA REGAN MMFN SANDERS MMFN SIL VIA z I r A E MMFN H OD G E S E E Nm... it ' QQ 3 1 , x,H FN HARRIS :QR A ly, 1-2' 13241, if I.. -LL it "T,:ggN . .::1u.,x,,. . '--.-...,,. 1...-..'.1.'W - ' ,, "',g,,.1" v ..,- -5 -5-' -wo-.1 A ,.,,-. - - ,.,.,k K 5 ,- 1 aw ,. . ,.,,, .- ffl HFWH W'1f'1i1PQ'S!Nfq2' ,.-.x1 wwf ,- K .N PN HOA RD YN3 L O WR Y l. hw'-H' -'- -H H' - - A - '-"qw" fiiffff vm' Win, 'vu H .-rv L TJG JA CQ UES R DivisionfDCA is R DIVI IG 'tR,' Division is composed of the Shipls fire l fighters and damage controlmen, The div. sion's personnel are responsible for thg training of Ship'S personnel in firefighting V, and all fields of damage control, The divih . sion has a great area of responsibility both , at sea and in port. All the men of the divi- ll ,. sion are tra1ned in the field of damage con- lil ,nh trol and firefighting. We , P rf .5 4' , QL i g 'l 5 . i . l 1 ' l l HTI OLIVER o 'f'1l?'fgQg ..-Ni mu ggi X HT2 MURPHY HT2 BAIRD MR2 DERRICK HT2 JORDAN HT-2 WRIGHT HT2 HUTCHENS QS HT3 BOYCN H713 AWILLS HT3 VIZE m f""-'- 26 H T3 B URNS H T FN GEISSLER H T3 WINDHAM V "Another hard day at the 0fj7ce. H "What me w0rry7?? --'wtf 1-In 4 ,A -L H ., - . . .- V 'fu V. .-'Rf S' .4 '2 .. OPERATIONS Q TN "-...ia fn-id 'S LTJG MYERS RDCS BULL UCK CIC Officer Ships CMAA "T S. T. S. I. " 01 DIVISIO ALBERT DA VID 'S CIC is the nerve center of the ship, and OI Division's men are al- ways on the job to man her and to do many time consuming tasksg such as tracking air- craft, tracking other vessels at sea, and handling communications. The men of OI Division have been training as expert radar- men, and have performed their jobs 111 21 truly outstanding manner throughout the cruise. The CIC team of ALBERT DA VID is one of the most highly trained tea1r1S, and their long' hard hours during the cruise has proven them very efficient in their profession. i A-A 1 .- e1 -w-rs'Q .,,, f..f4-Laazfifazn 52-Lf ' 1 RD2 REHDER RD2 FONG RD3 PABIS A RD3 PRENEVOST RD3 DRESS RD3 JOHNSTON -X, X. ' H In X. af I 1 - 'A f- "-T , , 1' I 1 I . . rw . I .. 1 z if.. , X ff RD-9 LA.V1PL,'GLfA4 RDSN' IVIJLLS RDSN TILTON SN DUDAS M QW 2 RDSN LANDRY RDSN WALKER SN EDWARDS 4 ZW, A .M . V, Lv-'H it-5 vm A LTJG CRYSTAL Navzga tor ON Dzvzszon Officer YN C L A WR ENCE HMC CHAPMAN DIVISIO ON Division 1S composed of men of the fol lowing ratings Yeoman Personnelman Postal Clerk Quartermasters and Hospital Corpsman During the deployment the men of ON Division were responsible for the official correspondence and records of the enlisted men and officers of ALBERT DA VID The quartermaster gang of ON Division laid the tracks and kept the deck for the ship while she was underway The Postal Clerk made many successful attempts to ensure the mail delivery. The Hospital Corpsman did a very efficient job during the cruise in aiding the men of ALBERT DA VID. QM3 GARRETT QM3 WILLIAMS PX3 .11ExCH1xG , QM3 WADE E ' 1 QM3 BA TES uylm-- PN2 RAINES X STOKES YN3 GEIST YN3 Q A ,, , , 1 f' 4,....--- YNSN ALANIZ PC3 GORDON 5 , E E 5 w 3 ON Division always alert during HNGFS 'L I v, nv r "Huw does flzi.s'.s'oz411c1, PaClzeco?" "Oli my Gnd. ITU Iusf flzc fI'c'!Ck. H U "Size slowly pulled fZII77 Io lzer . . I 5 33 .. ii . N O1 mf- O. W - - --W A .,, , N - 4 - A ,.,. .,f,1.,-K . '-.' .I . - .:L. -5 5.-., 'g 1 -A -f A- -W---H -- '-,l.g,,'. ,W ,..24.,A,lf .A'.'.'.z" :fm .lc .NVQ ENS HORNXEMO ETC T HRASHER OE DIVI IO OE Division is responsible for the calibra- tion and repair of ALBER T DA VID 'S elec- tronic and communication gear. They have the responsibility for over 50 pieces of gear, including radar, crypto, and navigational aids. The fourteen men of OE Division are highly trained in the field of electronics, and throughout the deployment they used every source of knowledge to keep the elec- tronic gear in complete operational statuS. 4..- , 'VYQHL-fT'f'.f f gl --'.- .RP K ET1 NIEL ETR2 GLERUM ETR3 IMOTO ETR3 STOUT ETR3 OLETZKE I cn, 5 Q., , 1 I -f "- 2 X I x ' f 1 'X . ? 2 f--' .m I ' 1 'z y '. 2: V: ' 'f ' ' if 1., ff, ef t 'f'f'34'7 -"C ..Z' .:1t'f- ' f"':.zr '.-: W -2?-,- 35- ' ' , '. I' ": 1: , 9"Vf.i'l. ,, -.. gm: ..3,..4 Q IAA.. ig--,U-fi .!'H"- ,:' 'LL - wg." W ' 2T"f4.f-- 2--Y-A A-hi ..::."--. -1.--4 If 'Z A.: 1 . ., x,,.,.,, - .e.-.- " 1 "1 ..""" ..L., -gI.l.... "'f'n-3 -:mu ...----LQ' fy- . "3 .ff ' z wizi-hzf 4 L7-1 .37" , -f-1- + -. 'I 'Q -3, ,, . :.- 5 3 A ... ,fi-I-lx.-. I 1 7.2. A! W? ':.. 'i K ol' Q-. '-M ,L . -,""'v'- ,A l V 2-'77 .Q -M L .' '-M .fra-f '- V 11.1 f1:n.,f,. Jf -2... Y .. , Q- . V gg. W f F W. -I -A :,.-- .E , ,LII t fa ,, UK, 1, ,, M.-ae , , , ,. . -:-5 . ,LZ 4,.. U1---,f . , .:,,.gg....',g 1:31 - 5 Y -.,., vt- , 0..-7 r -. N113-., ' wi ,. f fa t., ,, ,.a,g,,, - :lu w L :-z---- -veg - lg.. :, .--3 ibfaq--. -w - -LL-. ..e-...,.: .-. A -X -'-4 3.12,-f-.wwf 4 , Q, 0 'N ' ....1"'I.53. 102- A, . + -11.'81'.L'22- f---. ..Q wi- Q '-4 Ah,s,.'-.... I 4. fp This-1'g,,,k-P.. ,,,,.--- it -lvl N ..,.-, I-EL .1-.',. M ,I-e5"v:g.,g. 11' .,.. h "5lu -4 ,:.. A eds., : i'1.,"...-Q...-LW " ' . . , .",. LTRS CIOHET 1'fQ'1YQ H',iR1'K.'8' f: 7iX'j ITISH 36 7 ,, f,Cff,fffv2 7 1 W EYW3 HAHN ETN3 WEBB ETN3 SURBER ETN3 OHLROGGE ETSN DQGGETT XX :rfgvvggv----V-,V-H -,., ,- LTJG HAR TSFIELD X Communicator The OPERATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS COCJ Division is responsible for all exterior, electronic and visual, communications on the ship. Their mission is to provide reli- able, secure, and rapid communications to meet the needs of the command. OC Divi- sion is comprised of the signalmen and radiomen. The signalmen are tasked with not only insuring good visual communica- tions, but act as professional lookouts pro- viding the OOD's with valuable navigational information. Radiomen, though most of their work is classified, are responsible for all electronic communication such as radio! telephone and teletype transmission. ZHUC J?l " V321 5214 7 OC DI ISIO I -' 1 f - ff ' '.' -I ':1'."- 4: - - ' ....---sTq-a-fit ds2iihf'ga..,.s-.:... " ' 'Y3 f.....ci: T -'7"f . ir.. ammr .Iv-'--5?-11,1-.., ni. RM1 KENWOR THY RM2 MOR TON 1 2 , RM3 HOBBS RM3 ST LOUIS J RJISX THOMSON SM1 BRAOEN RM2 G. RM3 DRA GA VON SMJ DA V15 4- 'Si SM 3 WARE 5 . .. 9 1' d mx SN JORDAN AJ' .ff .n IJ' ., ..- ...M,--. x4 - N'- .,-V - - V--M " - -ff' -ff'TT..x,.,. 7 '-f ',' ,, J ' v git- ' . IDT' flfff. X '? Tfi'-.zi in 1" ' WM , ,J Ti. 'AT -.-.' - '3"""-r Net A- 1 4 -' . :F-1 -1- -:J 7l.,: Y. I , K W- V.- .. ,1: Wu- ,Mm TT '14 ..-sae. fe' " 'ft -- -' , , L1 ,. 1 A - N - , ,ff-- -.y.-rgkiz , . X . ,g. ..l ' . --lx w,'1 ,, -. ,. .. ,. -- J., .. - - ,.- -55 -:ggs...x 1, 'So Isez to this little clzick , ,Qu-frlitav 19: 1:4-Y!! .:1Z?'f"'f'll""""""A-i 1"""'T"' .Q 'r, W' "r,-. 5- N WEAPGNS if "'z. A Af A - Y 4 .rf-ov .0 ii Tx? - 1 I Q J ,ff X 1 , . .. Yu M. . 1 . - Q .Male- Ag, . ,.., ,.f---- ,- .--T .R -1--.-V, :V -.N- .., ..',..V.. Q -. - - . ,, ,, A. , ,WJ IM- , , . F '1' 'f"Y""""-5749! -"'f-"C"'A"- ' --1" xp' ":i3",gfffff:2LA ITDIIID A2 First Division is composed of the personnel responsible for the seamanship aboard ALBERT DA VID. The responsibilities in- clude all special deck evolutions, preserva- tion, and maintenance of the ship. The men of the First Division are trained as lookouts, helmsmen, ensuring the safety of the ship in her every movement. The men of First Division were called upon many times during the cruise to perform in every aspect of seamanship. LTJG JENSEN ISILI. T ! B11 C PL UNKE TT Ship is Bos'1z at-"A-'lf' - - ' - A' Y - A -- , - . , A,,g,.,---L--""'M"" f BM3 DUGGAN BMI THOMAS BM2 ARITZ BM3 KRA USE BM3 VAN DYKE BM3 MADDOX 'Q 'A I SX AHCC-,1 LL UU gg IC? .SN .STAXTON i 1 Y--F MMQQ A.. ,..:.JL1,1, ,. f.:Lu-IL-1. nm... 4' SN SNNTH SN WHITE SN HUDSON SN WEBB SN COR T INAS 5 SX I '04 SN RA TLIFF 3 E AES SN S TILLMAN SN STR -Nur sa'-.few 1?-V W-.,,,. 'Q' 523' SN RODRIGUEZ SN E VANS SN DANNELS SN MITCHELL K. J. SN MITCHELL L. E. SN AB-ECILLA Xi sw, SHIT!! six' I5LLlASSON SN IDLQUO.S'fi "1-'xA"""' ' i-"""i -' 1 - - -""'l"'7-?'T"""' ' Gaia-5577'WY:"-'53'35"9'f3'-3' Y W W Q? fl f 22 f if f, Qi Z fy 2 I f of W2 :W yg ,f SN C UMMIN GS SN DICHRISTINA SN LOVETT SN MCJNNIS HWEN, mg 31196 iI'S the other 6176113772 supposed to use. H Q -AL.-,,L,,.,. ....l........--vw ! r . , Rx ,f'7"" .,' .. H- ..l Now where dzdlput the keys to the captazn s bzg XO I ll bet you ten to one they drop that Jarhead in the drink I H' ,., , .L-. L-4,.W,,,,,.L4. -li 1,7 AX -- e - ---'- '- --" -A--f- ' lr 'X ' x , - 1 Q . , ,L , -3,0 ,J W ,,. , 1 " " -- , r I 1 ftgi ", -' T".2k. M' ga Q , , .. ... l , .. ,.,-" Y 7 .-- V , , ' ' .5 1, -1 1 4 -1 'dll at In 4119.-nf l I L V 5 o 1 ' . " - 'V 1 .l f ' 4 r - , . 9 e J p 1 I . V c 4 J 9 ,, 1 1 U' 4-94' , V s I .1 ' - . A , ' , "Then he .srlcmznzecl fha' lzafclz on my gourd. " - .'1':"' 'N' do 'W hh ff' e 7, e Y N, V fi :amaze-Q2 48 Af S DIVISIO LTJG BEALL XASW Ofhcer if V ,-v-r---ft ,gg--7-.-,- ., W, Q . 4 '?3,,4,5.:r, .ff Q - 1- n .- . - ., l. . .JL L STCBAILEY X SMU STC GA TELEIN Although ALBERT DA VID 'S duties during WESTPAC were concerned mostly Wlth Naval Gunfire Support, her ultimate 'IC' sponsibility is providing an anti-submarme screen for other units she may be escorting- ALBERT DA VID is equipped with one of the most advanced sonar systems in the fleet and carries both ASROC and tor- pedoes. Both the sonar system and the ASW weapons are the responsibility Of Af5 Division, Whose personnel Work to Kee? their equipment in peak condition. In addi- tion to performing maintenance and repairs, the men of AXS Division must be proficleljf in all stations of the ship's ASW team lfl order to insure that the ASW mission C311 be carried out with speed and accur21CY- STI SMITH STI PEABODY S T1 SEARS 1.10 STG2 HAASE 'W 'QL,"g4Qf',l. 57-'z -.g. ..-mwglx ,...-W Q., N 41 ', " 'e"Q, -5 T.. . p.?Q: .. 1mMM:.:,,. - '-ill :gl , 7 if - I: --5 . X ' ', vb , 1 .A -4.11-.f2'.n4 -'- - TL -' .' i'r':.iKI-21:11-Z'-'?'SV-31:-Rl? J4' A 73 4 4 4 4 4 4 9 K STG3 HEAD STGSN ENQ UIST STGSN DOSS TM03DAV1S xy' Wu?" STGSN AKERS S TGSN GA TES GM T2 N UNN STG3 HA UPT . A GJIT3 STA HL GMT3 HARSCH TM03 NESS 3 nl,r 'vi H A .Yr I 4 -'L -1 x,, Nov , ,5is.w:,f , , 5 fxf . . , ' F 'fu ,, 3 gf", ' nfl' 5 nf I ' x ,sf Nw 'L ' K 3' :,,g,g-, gf. V . 3 :,,,c,k 1 f - gy ' 3. -s hi, k NVQ 'V f , U E I 3 4' 1,14 A ff ' RJ- 1 ' ' Q ' , ,wfi 1, ff H--Q--r Q0 1 ,r lv' ' V4 il f If 1 . -, V 3. I 9 .W ,fo-ef --. 'WL' ' ' S , ,,.......v, N N- M,,,,,,. f gl A V , .-25.5. ' Eff"'1- MT 'i JW - ff! Lf' VN" . v " ' :J ,,.,, .U f 3' Q- ff .W , I I , . if ,fin : A J fri? ? 4 , r K AA, mx "sg ' :fx , ji , ..4 -- - X 1 . -.4 ..,,. 2 2 I 3 ,,,,,,.---'M at vw f 4 M .44 1 ,. :.' - 'Ur , if n Hn' . .. n..,.,., Q' - it,..."2...,, -.. G DIVISIO Although the ALBERTDA VID 'S main pur- pose is ASW, her gun battery during this deployment proved the versatility of the destroyer class. ALBERT DA VID's two 5' X 38 gunmounts and Mark 56 gunfire control system performed with such reli- ability and power that We were considered a major asset on the gunline. G Division is composed of both the gunner's mate and fire control technician rates. These person- nel are tasked with the maintenance of the gun batteries and also form the nucleus for the gun and plotting room teams. While in condition IV, the men of G Division stand after-steering, bridge phonetalker, and ASROC roving patrol Watches. 1:7 amor MICHAELS f-'-31-'2 f'g:3T7,-T' : -V, ,s h v ENS HELLER X GUNNERYASST GMGI DA VIS if 'VN rx- 3 g o GMT! JORDAN GMG2 TROWBRIDGE GMG3 RICHARTZ GMG3 WHANNEL SN SCHWARTZ GMG3 VOLLINK SA L YN CH ,TG , H I GF FTG2 HUNTR ESS 1 6 40' ,' f' wfj , 2 f , M WWW, f , ,f QJW W. ,,,M,,fv4Wi4f.f ff f, f ,, if ' gin "C :Q17f4fCiC , I f ,,,,3L!,M ' gfiwv 42. f ff-f' ff ,lf ' W W1 ,V f, A7 faffff 1 74 FTG3 TURNER FTG3 BOEDICKER FTGSN SNEA D .,W. Y ', .,,. if-f. ' w- W 'ary' LW.. 4' -HU ' T ,....,MC,"' Qu: Lqixiwovv if '11 gm 1 wvyrg-.9 H "5-enaw ,QL Q lc' ,M v .5 y.,-s 7 Lia n., , -sw-. U-. - , , A ... .4-4. 49. .Q- ,1f'T"9' Air W1-A.fr-:JTT ,fqt-.-,V 4 ,,M,WM, F TGSN EA KER affy YN3 GILLESPIE f f, ff 4 1 1 ' 1 eb! ',.- I", UPPLY , Q Wim X ' , .Uv .. Q , x ', 5 , , 'I , XL., ni , . A ,I ff ffiff. ' is ffrffg AS Ai. 1 if, Y x' 4 ,,l l S, was 3 . fr .Mi if . scibkw-f , .K , r ,YL Q QQ ' m T5S55'r5'EiH'5!1T-??SE'E.5i!w lil 'NC X s I ' 3 2 Nh H- fi wa fa ,M y 'mr' i ff 1 I 1 A, 25 X ,. ,f ii F 55 UPPLY D1V1s1o i 4 2 LTJG QUIJADA X DISBURSING OFF SKC LIMOSNERO TTFV7 Supply Division is composed of thirty-tW0 men, and several different ratings. Each of these ratings has played an important Daft in the success of the deployment. The storekeepers handled the supplies, ensuring that we always had the right repair Parts- The commissarymen always had good hot meals for the crew after working 10113, hard hours. The laundrymen always kept Clean clothes for the crewg working 24 houfS 3 day to keep everyones laundry done. The disbursing clerk and disbursing officer made the morale high by always giving fast Sew' ice on paydays. The ship would H0t have been able to function with any of .the de' partment missing or not doing their share of the work. All A. M..- '.............,.,,,,,,.,.,.Y ,..,... -.,,.--,,- ., , . . . . , .. , H r af 5 - 5 I 1 X, SK 1 P0 UCHER SK2 WADE S142 CIAMQR SK3 BENTON SK3 HARRIS SKSN HEMAN .gigliji ' X WH i " "3" ii , SKSX COVE DAQ ,a1LLf-IN' CS! SENDER V 5 7 ' I k ,, jp """""""-""""' 'T??TF'Tf7TP?T"?!KSYtfV7d E 58 CS2 COY l C53 LA WRENCE i CS2 DEAN Wg -"Q,W,f7, , X ,, , f ,!,?,f, X , AAAA f ff z ff f , , A f f f ff Az f A A f 1,15 fp Af' ,U rf fp, . ff, A A Z Y X g 4 4 'f 1 CS3 R ODERICK I I Q 55x STEIXER W, 'J .f.?:"" ,,,, ,, . . , ,I . - .Ar .- I -AA, g - SA BAILE Y CS3 MAR T INO ' wk?-TV-, CSSN McCLIN T OCK 9 SHI CANTILADO I E W PHI L SH2 HILLS SH3 KURCUZ SH3 CECERE 3 Q. 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Taxi U Q 'IY OI' OLONGAPO Kxhxnunh R 16 7"wew1mm.ma ourowouuos " W ea A Q mM A 0 ,, l wumrsemanqgn e QE ,i N ,HN , ,. e W In '. bt K mil My W , gl X - dn'-f ' QP 4 ,. A W' Q "",f 5M ', 'H Vx A om DF 1 'AA' W 4 ':-2 W WMS j UUTOFBOUHDS e, 1 ia ,M I ,'N, 1 U - Qi ,,,ee can L 4 4 "The Pearl of the Orient", as seen from atop Victoria Peak. It rains a lot in Hong Kong. iw Rs.. .. og: 4 -.--. .r , gm N' 4... .za Q 'ff QT' I 7' , L' .' V - ' .Tl p 'I ..'- Q Q, ,, L f ' ' N-.-041 1' - -, f 4 ' ' ia: f' A fi A 1:21211 PM ., ' ,1 f -f" 'H 17 fit ZH A P 'P' tgv r.? M1 'v 'CTX ff' 'lsr 5-'i VR? 1 fs b ', -3 P'-K fn X811 ms g V: K I. .I FR f' mi X-A 159-:+-1 11,5 at 'QL' an 11' 5,1 -T' pf gy' X35 ' +G' lm... ,--,,, Directing traffic, an everyday job for Hong Kong Police ii 5' ri :g 5' .- a,r.r.Lvrjilh " 1. ,,,, its .....a Baz' I don Y' K 64 JAPAN V of Q . - "Y" 34 'Q ff W' av'-fy in V Vg- Q g,..4..Z,' an ,xf Ai 4 K, - ' if. -is 'if ,, I, Q .il A 3 Y: zvlgv-'?.2'5 a fab' - p 1. ' A , . 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W f f QWWWA M, WMM ,Www f M04 4wm WW , few, Oww fff Ww W h,Q f N NX X X X mf, W f ESNG APGRE E 1.1 .J . --: 1- 'rl-0-"T-sv. .si ' Q'-Qdrsfg ily- I k . fi In f"""' W !""'. ,4- 1.-..4..1z n 'V Y -I i I A - 1 . , . , - " fn'-fi viola? f'f'f 'lfz'v."f'ff3:' 'f'-5' 3. 71 if '1 '4 , ,' V ' -., UN REP ef' -A--lv -WKHSQQZLPK' i2.'ZT5f'f.' 73 N f"f"FfY"FfFff7!Q2 5,711-v-W, f , 4 1 J -in 1 ,MIAA A .4 j.fi1fl,'34ifC'fl'Z'jl4iL!' I Q 2 ? -1 ? ,. 74 .-...H-U-iv - g .i.'1. ..,,,,-- VERTREP xnxx.-'HCI 4, W 9, A, f 'vf .X W , 2 f 'jfs-' ,, , WMM 1,34 i WWW, 1 I X 2 v i i Yi..-I ,-Q Q" bin 1,-.frm 'V - W CARRIER UPERATIONS V ' f f . , . H Q ,-1 sv .rf 111 J -1'-KX . ' JBL, w 'u , ' I Z Qfkff 47 if 5? fgq Let's play follow-the-166107614 I think you need a haircut, son. ffl C0117 Shiv, 171 Smack ya- Let Hertz put you in the drivers seat. ,vi . ' f Even the Sister gets to shoot. Give me a Shot of that' mate' v', ,- Q ,J v, . , ' ilk I ever drank MI. Cori? take her to Warp Factor IO. Best can ofrn s-1f.v'nn,- ,-w-pxqgg-ng.p-ggi.-+,uwn'-r guuusefn- sv- .- 7 Wake me when G. Q.,is over. Tellyou what I'm going to do . . . I'Il lake Dgzllas and give you . . . wk! Ding, Ding. . . IC3 Rossett departing. . . Ding , No Stems, no seeds ,... that Easy Rider and Doc 542 you don 7 nggd? WA NMC CUAPMM CU ff if EW: ... fl M MM , ? A ,X Nou: f 1 WWGNF X ' Lmasm BOYS H411 ComM ADmq,gg' W3 Lnficlsmbs ,HE Spam " . Ag., , in H " Lf. ,, - , H l GOT TWT? wiv' I-NSTRLLCTIOM 5'4iVf'Cf5 661655 YOLL TH1m4gC UL' g 30145 Tdmg, I U CW I 1 ,U Y N ' Q r X ' f A0 2' is U N Q! - Q5 'Q No- lx 'D it . ' 0 UL: 'ff 9 ' J V UULWN X ' - I J ' X ,a .Xxv 5553 S " ' Q? EE-.. :FS ,ix K at MNMM- ww-an owe 5-mn gn 2i2"'15"" W ELL DAWS wwsmf T45 L 5. TIME .,, 5 L ,Q T Wt REM A 1405217053 enema? A K-Uni? cuzri He MEAN: 6,51-,4 H1412 cm: --4.11111 ,rmnmygiu-yi V U99 1 ,1---v IM f I . 1 S YL Q l g J I - Lnpljjfon A I 0 " eCaMBAr- ibn? Looluuf' Gd'-0115 BEAR' 330: 7000 YM g rm , H61 Clhaf, 1' just Tunes m A boNALD DW' M I F7 -..., Quick. . . Stow the dice . . . here Comes one staff' W? fx I 'm going to make him an offer he can 't repzse. 5 N ' USUPSISY Combczf, Comlyczf. . . mm . , . im! I C101 cz fIC1lIfxIC" v -" """'ff "T ff A M , 83 i HGME... HOW SWEET IT IS J S N u nv'-vfvfr-z-2'-Fw.-,,, V, Y-A 6 v 1 As you depart the Western Pacific enroute home to rejoin families and friends, you can do so with the knowledge and satisfac- tion that you have made a significant con- tribution to our Nation's mission in South East Asia. Throughout an extended eight- month deployment, Big AI has done it all in a highly professional and exceptionally reliable manner. Best wishes for a safe journey and ajoyous homecoming. RADM ROGERS WELL DONE . . . As you proceed home to Long Beach after being extended in the Western Pacific for two months, the officers and men of USS ALBERT DA VID can take deep pride in their significant contributions to the prose- cution of the war. Although your extension in the combat zone has caused many diffi- culties for your personnel and their fam- ilies, ALBERT DA VID 'S fire missions against tanks, troops and supplies, unde- terred by hostile artillery and rocket fire, have been important to the effectiveness of our fire support operations, inflicting serious damage on the enemy and saving friendly lives. I am aware of the high tempo of operations you have sustained and the sacrifice of your men during your deployment of nearly eight months. I want you to know your dedication and your accomplishments are fully appreciated. Well done. ADMIRAL D. A. CLAREY, USN Commander in Chief U.S. Pacific Fleet SAYONARA . . . At long last, Long Beach beckons ALBERT DA VID home. Extended nearly three months beyond original outchop date, the reputation that you have earned for de- pendability has been well deserved. Oper- ations in a multi-threat environment which your primary ASW capabilities were not meant to handle, time and again you came through in the clutch with a stellar combat performance. Whether it was pounding the enemy with rapid fire from mounts 51 and 52, escort duties for CVAXPIRAZXAAW or SPECOPS, ALBERT DA VID met every commitment by maintaining maximum readiness and reliability. To one of the most solid performers in Seventh Fleet, I say well done and best wishes for a happy Stateside Fourth of July. VADM J. L. HOLLOWAYIII, USN WELCOME HOME . . . Welcome home after your highly suc- cessful extended deployment. Every man aboard can be justifiably proud of his indi- vidual contributions to ALBERTDA VID 'S part in the U.S. effort in Southeast Asia. Having personally had the opportunity of working with you in Westpac, I am cer- tain that all accolades received were richly deserved. Enjoy your reunions with fam- ilies and loved ones. "Well donen and welcome home. RADM BER GIN SENDS WELCOME HOME . . . Destroyer Squadron Thirteen Eastpac iS proud of its combatant Westpac squadron mate. We are delighted to welcome you back home again after your particularly long and exciting deployment and onlY wish we all could be on the pier when you do arrive. Best wishes for a wonderful homecoming. -YL: '-'f Z L .. 'ffmiw r QP .xx-wks-NY x5S,2awf+f f-ob If fakes cz great destroyer to bring home Eve carriers at once. T . 1 I O, EDITOR: LTJG LANGSTON I P ASST EDITOR SMI BRADEN LA YOUT EDITOR .' EMFN FINCH PHO TOGRAPHER 5 RD3 JOHNSTON COPY EDITOR: YN3 LOWR Y PHOTOGRAPHER: IC3 SPELLMAN PHOTOGRAPHER: STG3 HEAD WAIBWORTH cruise Books 1 off Punnxsumc. 7g57H,,,S h IA COMPANY La Jolla C lf 9?o37 Nlarceline, Nlo . 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