America (CVA 66) - Naval Cruise Book

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Two Stars i i i i 4 iliiiiik I'IifIlIIIllfI Officer Atlantic Theatre ii i ',l.iIl'filli-vii-,NiirIUIIf,Virglr1Ia Navy Occupation Service Medal ii iii i fllfli I VictoryMedaIiWorIdWarllt i i i . ii 'iii iii National Defense Service Medal, One Star ii i i. ..f. i lfiiiiii-ivy, r .ililrirriia Vietnam Service Medal, One Star i i i i-ini' fl iiiiiiii Vietnam Campaign Medal , , . , ,,.i ,,.,,.tiinii i, Allniilii rity, N J Married: Mrs. Elizabeth Anderson Turner i ii IIl'I ' f Iifiiil, l .ii iiIiiiiiiiiqli,l iiqlniid Children: Frederick, Pamela, Robert, David and Susan ' ' e ,....,,. ,M 15211 .N I 1 A F an vef avad 3nd SU' USS AMERICA C,'f-l--m- Attack Squacror' 14. -:w- 3- Naval War Czwege. Vewpu ' Afiack Squaorer' '11, E-eq. r Affack Squaarzr' 4.1. Sep-a For "av "W ef Armed :es 14 -, A USS SARA-'SGA IU Uni Officer Naval Air 'vafecr' New 1 3 Officer rf, , K. Q .V -, YK U. S, Navai " J Efwg'--f, - Sfudenf Exscurnve omcsfa CUMMANUER MAH mmm JANUARY 1967 NOVEMBER -ma AM ERICA'S Although AMERlCA's history is short, it is an eventful and proud history. USS AMERICA lCVA-661 is the fourth vessel to bear the name AMERICA and the first warship of this name to be commissioned into the service. Weighing 77,000 tons, AMERICA was built at the Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company, Newport News, Virginia. Her keel was laid 9 January 1961. She was launched and christened by her sponsor, Mrs. David L. McDonald, wife of the former Chief of Naval Operations, on 1 February 1964. Commissioning ceremonies were held at the Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth, Virginia, on 23 January 1965. After serving as host for the change of command of the U.S. Atlantic Fleet, AMERICA sailed for the Caribbean on 1 May 1965, with Carrier Air Wing SIX embarked, for her initial Operational Read- iness Inspection CORIJ. AMERlCA's overall ORI grade of excellent while in the Caribbean won her the Atlantic Fleet Attack Carrier Battle Efficiency "E" for the period ending 31 December 1966. Five Departments lOperations, Engineering, Weapons, Communications, and Airl were awarded individual "E"'s for their proficiency. On 20 July 1966, after AMERICA completed her first deployment with the U.S. SIXTH FLEET in the Mediterranean, Captain Law- rence Heyworth, Jr., AMERlCA's first Commanding Officer, was relieved by Captain Donald D. Engen. After a brief yard period, AMERICA operated off the east coast of the United States and in the Caribbean during the summer and fall of 1966. Prior to Christmas, she participated in the SECOND FLEET's maior exercise, Operation LANTFLEX 66. HISTORY On 10 January 1967, AMERICA, with her 4,500 officers and men, weighed anchbr and left home for her second deployment with the SIXTH FLEET. During the summer of 1967, as tensions mounted in the Middle East, AMERICA was on the alert for action. The ensuing war be- tween the Arab states and Israel found AMERICA ready. At mid-day on 8 June, the technical research ship USS LIBERTY KAGTR-59 was attacked by unidentified sea and air forces. AMER- ICA responded. Her fighters were quickly airborne to protect Task Force SIXTY as necessary. Minutes later, A-4 Skyhawks were launched with additional fighter cover to protect LIBERTY. While enroute to LIBERTY, AMERICA received word from Washington that the attackers were Israeli and that the attack was a mistake. The aircraft were recalled, but AMERICA had been ready. The next day, the crippled, listing LIBERTY pulled alongside AMERICA and 50 of her wounded and nine of the dead were trans- ferred to the carrier by helicopter. For the next week, the wounded, many of them in serious condition, were treated by AMERlCA's doctors and corpsmen. On 31 July, Captain Frederick C. Turner relieved Captain Donald D. Engen as Commanding Officer of AMERICA. Captain Turner led AMERICA through the remaining period of her assignment with the SIXTH FLEET, and on 12 September, AMERICA steamed through the Strait of Gibraltar to conclude an event-packed eight months in the Mediterranean. Once again in the Atlantic, she reioined the SECOND FLEET and returned to pier 12, Naval Base, Norfolk, where she arrived on 20 September. Her next committment, a yard period in preparation for a SEVENTH FLEET Deployment. f.. W e, if: . Hg, COMMANDER CARRIER DIVISION TWO REAR ADMIRAL LEROY v. swANsoN 1 ' 'J .: f , . -,', -if-1 ri iii- f ' -fi I 1 . rr.- I 1 ' '1 i 1 I :ri Vrcli, ,.f ,' J, I . l V , , .fam-M ' ' faiukltllieg, I -I, , -SESS-?E 3.5-'E I g"3e:-1a"o-f-ssfAifOffiC9" NLEF'e'se:: a '1"-"e" 's"-c':r Scf,"gS:-a:':' ' Sc:-"5Sc.ao':'I N5-fB5Lv'CE:T.'I' LJSNR 7938 Ccrnm ss':'eo Ensign i939 Bradley pCl ,ifecnric Irlgfifufe Air Medal, Three Gold Stars American Defense Service Medal, One Sfar European - African - Middle Eastern Campaign Medal, Three Sfars Asiatic - Pacific Campaign Medal, Four Stars Vicfory Medal lWorId War Ill China Service Medal lexfendedl Nalional Defense Service Medal, One Star Korean Service Medal Navy Commendation Medal, Combat "V" Navy Commendation Medal, Bronze Star vietnam Service Medal, One Slar vietnam Campaign Medal H 'Via fried: Mrs. Margaret Fenlress Swanson f mi-iron: Virginia, Carolyn, Maryandcmlchael Slaffi D4 Sfafff SU SYHHI SU 51aIf, H9 5laff, UI uss MID U55 ALL vc-I, Col VpB-I97, VPB-104 I General L lnduslfal "Kfww., COMCARDIV TWO, Chief of Staff Designated Naval Aviator 939 Staff Deputy CNO Commissioned Ensign i939 Staff, Supreme Allied Command, Europe Navy Cross Staff, Strategic Air Command Legion of Merit Combat V Gold Star Staff, Heavy Attack Wing ONE Distinguished Flying Cross Three Gold Stars Staff, Chief of Naval Air Training Three Air Medals USS MIDWAY CCVA-419, Commanding Officer Purple I-leart USS ALLAGASH iAO-977, Commanding Officer Two Presidential Unit Citations VC-8, Commanding Officer National Defense Service Medal One Star VPB-197, Commanding Officer Vietnam Service Medal One Star VPB-104, Commanding Officer Vietnam Campaign Medal Genefal l-ine School Married: Mrs Louise Weeks Wright Industrial College of the Armed Forces Children: Jeanne A 17 'S E? 1 - :ww iz., f -,ue L' A4442 F F 1 1 CHIEF OF STAFF CAPTAIN WHITNEY wmam Q I K' 2 Kid' iii' . Hui I - .il2ifwf-al-f 'P ti-tgfif.-I. f K ,.-,Am 'H V " if4"1' I iv " :fi J?-Sl Q M me H i 1 5' kg fi Hg. vjigl -ez'-1, ',, yr, Emi frel 9 ' it R ffl A VISIT T0 COLONIAL WILLIAMSBURG aff' An Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia, located 40 miles from Norfolk, is an abundant source of knowledge of the early settlers of America. This small town became the first capital of the state of Virginia and is the only early community in the United States to be completely restored to the original beauty and design of its colonial days. ANF.M.C II ox-cart moves slowly through Colonial Williamsburg. as e Iano, left, SA M. R. Prescott and FN J. R. Bovd :ie in os- 1--- " Ili? -.F The WI! iaamlwl plat? 'ox his MIIC' America ' her aw Sung 5I"'9 sire T :mee , , I fa me-W ---u . 1' J - ' .-I. 1. :l i .- I I , it at ,i'..1 1 .21'-12'-:if-wzfowlzi.-'I fl. l'- if' ,MQ-1,. I ' WIN:- ix ti '. V' 1 HUP, mai' 1' mn... The Wig Shop in Colonial Wil- liamsburg is the final resting ' place of the wigs of many historical figures of early America. 'ff' ia 53" W -A . W Sn, ,.: .,. r' L if ?:Pf4 nf I Vt . . 'Y7' ,--an One of the country's oldest bibles is maintained at the Brewton Parish Church in Colonial Williamsburg. The aged sundial at Brewton Parish Church is an interesting site to all visitors. ---,...,,. s Prescott, FN J. R. Boyd and Castellano inspect the statue John Smith at Jamestown. 5 NY Jamestown, Virginia was the first permanent settle- ment in the New World. Founded by 105 brave English colonists in l607, Jamestown stands today as a monu- ment to the founding fathers of our nation. Replicas of the ships SUSAN CONSTANT, GOD SPEED and DIS- COVERY, which carried the 105 colonists to Amer- ica are moored at Jamestown, i 4 gl if- - ff if . ,-, Howl , - ' i An early American cannon. 0 SUSAN CONSTANT, GOD COVERY. SPEED and DIS- f ,Cf f' f The "Crows Nesf' -v -15 1 -, -y, JM 'J W ' warm 3m9' F'r-:sf 14,4 ,Q 4,7 f 4 if W . 1 , , , f , 1 ,, , v" . 'Q , n mg-Y :gg 1,-np, - i. fills' A ' 4"V J il' :Aix . , 2215, it 's ,P Miss Barnes is escorted aboard by Commander Richard G. Thomson. ff Vw-Q Qzf-W4 M 11, me Eidiwiliwf vs ,fl ii'L.1r': 'Xi 222115, Q A If? ssgeiiip 'A' in V1-Z Q' ' .RWF rg - grail? I i Captam F C Turner mtroduces Mnss Barnes to the crew, during welcommg ceremomes an the hangar bay Sideboys felldef 3 S3 lllfe. 'wr . f' Tw Oipfain tion lively w escort, RD3 ' W. K Francns of NorfoIk's IIIH, capfai " a America 82:1 xr er i Captain Turner keeps the conversa- tion lively with Miss America, as her escort, RD3 Martin, and ABHCM Francis W. Kern look on in the lounge ot NortoIk's Golden Triangle Motor lnn. i I C qv Y W . M.. 'L "Good Duty" Miss America and her date do a lively dance. Captain and Mrs. F. C. Turner, Miss America's chaperone, Miss America and her date. fi ---V if 274511 ,fr 3-.,,5,,, 'F '- r 'F- .fs . , 1 .jkjf q,..., -rflp, .. ,UW ,if 1 v I., a f. 4, mfg' 3,-1,4-f, " M4 fn U WWX W ,, ff - V, ' W. ,, W u ,,,,,, ff 4 ' lx-W-ff , 0 ' Ay , X Mp G I, I g,,. f 4 h' ' ,, W ' 4 I I jwfffi ff I . .X , , A, .WW " , I fm I 3 , ,, i -, IV i I 4? , ' xv' i. , Q M 1 . f X .. .M I ,f,!,,Ag, , , fw I M ,Eff , .M . , Q . 4 .., ' 14 - ,, Q C an ,hir ,-V v,,f v n '. u 4 I 4 i I ff 'fx , fi X . -Y, ' - 's r L WASHDOWN SYSTEM 4 if-f' 4 AMERICA is hidden in a cloud of water as she exercises her water washdown system on 10 January, 1968. If ff? JN UNUSUAL SIGHT - AMERlCA's flight deck is covered with snow during her yard period. NORFOLK NAVAL SHlPYARD SEA AMERICA entered the Norfolk Shipyard in Oc- tober 1967 for three months of repairs and alter- ations. During this time the crew attended Fire Fighting and Damage Control schools in antici- pation of the ship's WESTPAC deployment. Damage Control School, Philadelphia 651-existent 4- 't ' - , - ,t ' . 1...1Li-- -f I i3'i",254 "WA H , N' ' , lin AMERICA 1 C r TfialS l fd QUMNEWE F be JSPU ' C Tralflng 5 Naval EES: SEA TRIAL AND THEN . . . W AMERICA completed' her Sea Trials in early January and then commenced loading ammunition to be used during her Refresher Training Course at Guantanamo Naval Base, Cuba. K , REFRESHER TRAINING - Battl e goal as AMERICA took her Refresher Training Course at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, during January and February. The hours were long and hard, and when grades were passed out AMERICA had earned the highest scores ever given to an aircraft carrier. AMERICA was ready for VVESTPA e readiness was th C action. Radioactivifv on the llight l A Fleet Training Grollll 0bQ9"V9" Ui' tiques a hangar deck fire drill. A nozzleman descends a ladder during a simulated fire drill. A "Terrier" rl I 1:1 'Ine operation of are explosomvter ig ,Q explained to an observer. X f I, , I P' 1' X - . , I x 3 JJ is . , ' fw'?l.'-,:.v'l, W-fr I' , . 7 . ' l. fr "' - ref- ' rl ,L f . I ' I ZITI' RFK-as li 4, ff' A- A team leader writes a message requesting additonal equipment be sent to a damaged space. Radioactivity measurements are recorded on the flight deck. A "Terrier" missile is fired from the starboard launcher. N-Nu.. CDR Arthur K. Knoizen, Navigator, plots the ship's position during a battle problem. r 10'-'IQ The vertical plot status board is chedfed- A nozzleman holding a log-foam applicator awaits action during a damage control drill. A teamleader gives final Problem instructions. , ,. TIM! AMEWU celebfafed fanamo B2 on 11 Feb Mcoonald hejd while nighf Bi M 'QQITQ -, gf Silliu AME,QIc:'a:koi if CW0 'wi' ship's W A h ,A.,. ' TIME OUT FOR CELEBRATION AMERlCA's third birthday was celebrated while at anchor in Guan- tanamo Bay on 24 January. Later, on ll February, the Catherine T. McDonald Award Ceremony was held while AMERICA stbpped over- night at Mayport, Florida. Catherine T. McDonald poses with SKC Howard T. Mayfield and Captain Charles E. Ted- holm, winners of the 1967 Catherine T. McDonald Award. ie, Jaxx ,Q ,.f ' ' , ' 'fi 9 , , I , f , 3 ,, , f .,, , ,T . Ig A ' ' Senior Plankowners aboard AMERICA, SK2 Robert Yeier and CWO Max C. Leach, cut the ship's third birthday cake. .- ,., ,, Members of the AMERICA Marine Detachment step out in a stirring ? retreat ceremony during the day long cruise. l l I AMERICA DEPENDENTS VENTURE T0 SEA nc3R,ctPne trol Equupmen Four thousand dependents swarmed aboard AMERICA for the third annual Dependent's day Cruise on 25 March, 1968. Highlighting their day at sea were the CVW-6 Air Show, the COMCAR- DIV TWO Band concerts, and the Marine Retreat Drill Ceremony. Two of AMERICA's many visitors are served lunch as THEY Vlgigm i pass through the forward chow-line. I rings' Lkmfiltlv Rl 'ia X463 DC3 R. C. Phelps explains the purpose and use of Damage Con trol Equipment. Q33 Visitors intently watch a demonstration of the Ma- rines' LAAW Rocket Launcher M-72. ,ali 'andy .mill AIRWING SIX DEMON TRATES AIR POWER A portrait taken with an "Angel". An F-4J "Phantom" refuels in the air from an A-6A "lntruder". An RA-SC "Vigi spectators after Perfect trap! A an arrestea lg, l ,A- .,,-ff ' awww? 5 W - 1 A V , An RA-SC "Vigilante" hangs above the spectators after being catapulted. Perfect trap! An E-2A "Hawkeye" makes an arrested landing for the dependents. , WWW . ,l I ' ' N M---....,..,,.,., W An A-6A "Intruder"gets a "cat" shot 4. W iv l - ' ,, F' -- " ,..,,, ..... --35 .: 47f5.,5g,54g7'Z7,3 Zu , Q .'r.."z.+' ' A .. ,. 9 ..w.W AA,,, . , ,. A,,, A A ,.,, A , 14. .4 A H fnfgwilr ry , I V., Q, 4 3,5,j57 5,, Q ,, W, . - e-ffl , .. . .M 3 I I V " ' 3 """'f v- 4,4 1 'Q ., W ,r,W'14' HN gy .. em., A , .... Q, - '44 f-,'Tf31w:.4x,.-f y- '7- " n ' ififx ' 1.21 'vinyl ,, vi 'Y x. Yn V nv v C 1.4 E A Q0 4 AM ER ICA's "ga rage". R N r I I 4 Pier F? wa dgpaVTUV9 f ferY Was ht F-U X 'M "AIRWING ARRIVING" Pier 12 was alive with activity on the day prior to departure for WESTPAC as AMERICA's main bat- tery was hoisted aboard. F-4J Q E-2A 1 l 19, ,X Yin i Ax. t x kit l ft: , ' " 'ii . Q 1 27.- F4J Instructions are given to repair party members. AMERICA competed for the Atlantic Fleet Attack Carrier Battle Efficiency "E" from 17 April to 20 April while enroute to West Pac. Her goal-to win the "E" two years in a row. C01 is used to extinguish an elec- trical fire in the fan room. fff ff , , , ,f ' 1 ' ,," ,gr ',,' Q , , l 4,4 f, fffww ff,r-,,ff,,,,f1r,,,q,w,f,,,:r,r fxmfgfff W V , ', w l 1, V,,f, f Vg 4,1 ,,,f, , l ' K W fc! 'HZWPW ' 1 ii ,V-fffifv L, , H , ,,yffr,W,,alr R E A U I E fiyffg, INSPECTION l I 5 Asimumea me x ' ,L -.'7""T'l 1. rg . , A phone talker passes information on damages incurred during a fire to Damage Control Central. guide' A simulated fire is brought under control. A fire hose nozzleman awaits the call to action. 3 1 . iii , f X 5 - to Q M . fl - ts: 1 ,, gm fl ,gt A fi er fx- Qflrn 7,7 f re 21 ! , ,fi f , ff - M is i"i'iRly ' I 'z 1 flea' If you did not dive you were pushed' " D "s ,f-'12 H I W f 1 1,5 ,X if -r C f 'Er In the Highest Court of the Raging Main, the Domain of Imperium Nep- tuni Regis sends greetings to all Slimy Pollywogs. You are commanded to ap- pear before the Royal Court on April 24, 1968. A complaint has been filed with the government ot the Domain of Imperium Neptuni Regis, State of the Raging Main, against you. You are charged with the heinous crimes ot brown baggery, mopery, dopeing off, chit requesting, apple polishing, sym- pathy seeking, gun decking, procras- tination, gold bricking, liberty hound- ing, and reveille neglecting. You have conspired to enter the Royal Domain without visa, passport or proper authority. DAVY JONES ROYAL SCRIBE Hoist the Jolly Roger!" F' ., ul if' Y I "Now I am a slimy Shellback." "' 11" , -1, -., ,X Nt- !, V I l ,,. ,ll Y , X Y V Il Y ,VLXJX - p W . 4 A WV! Z," f Y 1 X, , ,,-47 ,vkjy ,-V, ,-,L,L ix? We he JY Wi X,v: .-,Q - ,V Y - ' .4-AN - -4--1-Ax.-H v--if ,-"',.:g:'e-ft'f' , -f-X X -Z. 4 X ' ' -X, ilgifffiwk 4.f:. --r ' -27" 'jfx'i'f , " , .Tx--' ,, , ' J-M x-x. ve- f-- f e gf ,. 1 5 f V' - N- , wwf f ,- .yy 2 sf , , A ,W ,fo " ' fl M f,,,f f l it ,iq 1 ...and grease thoroughly before... " PoIlywog's Smith and Malan check over the latest in paper airplanes. r I, QQ W. -,W .ww ?f'?"i , , mp, MM V 'lu O .,,,q i . uf j, 152 OD We ,W ,, A -1- fw , rf' , aw. Q . ' ' 4 , , , I Q Vi 75' sw: few , C, . , 1 1 4 K X' v. v fu? ,W f Af. V. Aff: "Gee! Kosher water." 41 -Q f 2 T' A ' 1 ,4, V4 XV S , . Z' , -Q , fi A ffwfff Q 'f-J" f , f " 4 ., , ,X f '20, V ., M7 .M . 3,4 3 f 1 f f K f 2 ,Q f 1 1 I M A ff "Big Steam" 'bvllqqppnwl 'Q' C tial, fl ,Nw K6 Ylf is QQ, 1 ' x V gf? cm? ' 1 'XXL-1 f C f x f ' ff I 1" 4 l , gn, C P x S 0 . J 5 4 ' 'R , V 9 K 5 v ff 1 K .. 3' ,If K ' N3 S1 -, A 4: Q ' , 3 I 410 ?, 6 x X f -.9 lfxx "The Salem Witch Trials." 1,,,,.u- I J In i n r YV, , ff-:T ,IA 3'211umuq'e: V . ,n ' A p 4 1 I 1 .Y he-HN' X Ag J , ,. ' ' , - 1-5' ' ' - .fhcggpgfi '- , , .A-r 4 K. "H, ' ' ' M...--'A ,r f ""' l, ,fe ,.-' "" K , .meg "' ' f ' W 1 fir H ' ff JS ' . za' an 'W' ,n c A 'z,.,,l.,f,,,,1-'-r- - if ,Q M-- ff--f., "On deck, all today's assigned sideboysf' I - 1 cial Cases , W v fx IZ! ,ff :a"5'.': 5 i ' "The thlrfy meter free styl FV l, ww ng 1 Q A ' l 'N WM v ,llv mf ll i 1 1 w I I w N I y 1 1 A E. V5 I li .sf if H Davy .lone The RUYBI Court. S GSSUITIES COYTIITIBDU. 551. 9 9 I I J 1 PM WE! D81 The mn if Sug by cable car 1 Vim '! ' i 'Y i s, W M i 0 1 nfswf gf Pao de Acucar CSugar Loaf! Mountain overlooks Rio harbor and the Botafogo District. The top of Sugar Loaf Mountain is reached by cable car from the University of Urca. Up, Up, and Away - especially getting to the top of Sugar Loaf Mountain. li p 'Si WCW wwf 1, i7?"f74 , ,ff Thi LOOKOIH If ffl! blk ot N50 Christ the Redeemer Sfifllt provided a spectacular view of Rio de Janeiro. I H In gf1zxn,:e:'fa I Cnrlocns washing their clothes, , .D A'Q.q'T" 0 ' A Maracana Stadium, the home ot Brazil's national sport, is the world's largest soc- cor stadium. it ll -. , RIO DE IANEIRO AMERICA visited Rio de Janeiro from April 27 to 30, providing the crew an opportunity to see a beautiful city of contrasts. Rio, a city built on the edge of mountains rising from the sea, com bines a modern, metropolitan with the beauty of a tropical The cultural and tourist center of zil, Rio provided AMERlCA's men many opportunities to enioy The Brazilian Armed Forces and local citizens made AMERlCA's memorable with their cooperation outright friendliness. ' A strlklng contrast from the modern city: : :,. Mita!! ,o if' .., -4, ,J fl. , 'Y -4+ 1 .iv V4 if W I 5,5 I, J, A u HJ .V 1.4 fy 7 'f' L4 M, Rf we ."f ' MFQQ, The approach to Corcovado wound through iungle-like settings. WY? Q i- I ff 1 Q ' ,,...a M' ft . , "' 4 ,A A, Q, 'fa 1- .fi 1-...,, ,ff ' A , ww' ref! 4, .ww 1+ The crew enioyed Copacabana even in the Brazilian winter. K ., 6: 1' I 21 1 mar 2 , ,I 'mg rdf f I , " ' 21:2 'Y 'i ' M 7:3 .1 l Y 1 Q 1 'rf - e Va 1, f f in of f an Z 2 if ,lf ,J ,f Taking a rest half way to the top of Corcovado In busy Rio de Janeiro harbor, the Brazilian aircraft carrier MINAS GERAIS shows herself off to AMERICA, as the Niteroi ferry crosses to the waterfront and financial district of the city. Q,-.,f,,, ,, ,.. ' W., Wowmnlr 5.4 , I in WW 2 W 3,-, z -D nf' iv .1- .' ' 'tr ,. It ' A ' fi lp in ,I ffl' Souvenir hunting in Rio was a maior sport of the crew. I ZS The Military Service Building shows Imperial architecture. Lheguards at 1 2 3 A . f. ' , W , ft? " EQ A 23 i ' ' Q 44... Copacabana. ,Al ,gi , , c '1 Xi ,, 11 if Q 5 "SpygIass" liberty was announced as the southern tip of Africa came into view. AMERICA cruised 16,000 miles during the transit to Subic Bay and YANKEE STATION. After departing RIO, the only land sighted was that of Africa and the Sunda Straits. Fuel was taken aboard twice, once from the British oiler TIDEFLOW and once from USS CALIENTE KAO-539. A welcome sight was the mail received from the CALIENTE on May I8. The first mail to come aboard since departing RIO on April 29! AMERICA refuels from the British oiler TIDE- FLOW, south of Madagascar, in the Indian Ocean. 'Q n- V55 E fg- . ,. .1 3 GN Crewmembers watch as AMERICA passes close to the volcanic island of Krakatao in the Sunda Straits. f UUE' n 004 3 . . 5 1 1 :I I 'I- The map of Viet Nam, lo- cated in Hangar Bay One, was painted by DM3 Allan F. Dimauro, SN Thomas R. Williams, and SN Donald L. Willman. Kite fliers make use of "home-made" wind on the flight deck. 7 ,I DUTY 1 SH2 Arthur Randolph checks the length of SH3 Michael N. FaIzone's dun- garees before hemming them. W sag ,F f ' " J-if-1-1""9 .,-, 'QNHZ :' ,, ,-'Awww' I 62 'inf 1 3,433 Q A , f f a"975,f 1 ' K A 1 , , ,, 4 H 3 Checkers! An AMERICA pastime. ' 1 i 1 ,.v..,...-s...-A NW -1,9 AQF2 Thomas A. French, finishes up the paint-iob on his "Mustang-GT" modelcar. AC2 Franklyn O. MacFarland is a familiar figure on the flightdeck. Bambs are rece AGE, AMERICA refuels from USS CALIENTE IAO-533. 'I I ' ffm t "Q .. -, 'U sa e A . 1 I,l XXQX The elevator three refueling station. fl :gr x ' D Mail from the CALIENTE is S0l'f9d. Bombs are received via highline from an X 5 If vs il , eff? 3 is ga if .ex ion, AOE. -Q ll I 1 E , 4 34 s '41 ,4 ,.. , r Lx. Q2 ' . ig'-r' ' Affai- , xi. 1 a ,4 1 N H V, ' fs M, X fi! f 141 .Qs -, a , ,. A ,ff , va- uw' or K, E!! -..,,,,, ' - - s 535 s ' 'rv' fy , - M , , , 'V 'QQ' as ww 5-....., nf' sl ,J "" M" ,E ag k az: I k 5 ,. 'W' ! ffm The superstructure of the CALIENTE is a "wire-iungIe". 6 3 suslc BAY I 1 i i i l , ll 'l i 4? I live entertainment nightly at the clubs 4 , th b lt . il i l' . 'M N if 3 t l 1 l 5 -REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPP AMERICA arrived at completing a 22 day trip from Rio. was first in the minds of all hands Y tion available in Subic included 5 golf, sailing and water-skiing, as well Subic Bay on May e ase. Grande lsland, in the entrance f A ' Subic Bay, provided the best """' ' Free food and drinks were available at s . t, . -"1 island every afternoon, compliments 'Q' f ' if special services. Tours to Manila and . ,,-5 scenic places in the Phili t ' it ranged by the Chaplain's Office The clubs v- 1 in the city of Olongapo also provided the crew with relaxation AMERICA spent several inport periods in Subic -gs Slug A somersault dive is executed at the enlisted swimming 900' if in Subic The flight deck is completely l encircled as crewmembers man-the-rail", while enter- ing Subic Bay ppines were ar- X I HH ii n Je. lf. i , 'vt i5 Mn vrim""n9 Q , ip :Sill fin Q51 fm, f A AQ. ' 4, 91: , , I2 Z 154-at , rm ffm ' r , l 'I ,. V R- Nightly entertainment is avanlable at The old Spamsh Gate" at Subnc Bay ff., ,, , gg 5 X rw ' I f Q' qs 12 1 4 5 A, 4: il 5 15 ' , 'ni 5 J I wiv I , ,. ,M f5g5,.,.1w,-1:41, wf.m5gfg++g4.2:144:f uw ' ' mes. Wilb- Cookies are passed out to orphaned children during a special party sponsored by the ship's First Class Petty Officers. I I i f.,,m x . u V 1-...V Pj . fl L I g,.fmQ5f ,. W .J-he ..-S ' if - :.,,' I hv I bs I "wr 1' sa -ri -if-V 51:5 ' tb' Q y -Ig! fs' ff' . -9' " "' XQQ5' z-f r .-.dqwrs Q 4 ,. -4 4 lbw' Q . ' yu. Q .1 Sudden shower . FJ The CCD-2 Band whoops it up the Mexican way at the orphans f party. .- T? Wdh cr - X fff'..,l.si4Q.t-fift ws' H -.... mn. 5 9 .fln1.,uun. -an i..,,, ' f 1 T4-'den-. anh- hentai? .,gq1.., ,jimi The "Skeet" range at Subic is VSYY popular. I a i . 'I j he A diver is caught in mid-air at the enlisted swim- i ming pool in Subic Bay. ' -. ls? N as L -.,,,.,w W :X XE 596661 My X 9 f 4, 'f 1 , ,R W N! 1 65 N, K X 2 'iii -Us fi , W f W f mx 1 Q' ff ws'-1 'M ,zu . X31 .,7igxifg+5?i 3 'Wir' 'gg is Q8 1 ' '4 5 ga wa J V ,Q sg! E? M21 N xi 4 K I x, 'I W. 1. 'g 'V :W " 5, f ,f if i Sudden showers are a favoriie in Subuc's tropical climate' ,av 0211 4 Arms loaded with purchases, three AMERICA crewmembers leave the Foreign Exchange IB-6 Annexl at Subic Bay. iifgnig Horses rest, awaiting passengers outside a small Philippine bakery 4 I 1 l Y Y ii' ' X fi 1 f .ti J- ' I Earphones are tested by an AMERICA crewmem- ber at the Foreign Exchange ,W , , ,,V, We f"-'-'44 cmlmemher l The picturesque Death March Memorial 7 . .N ,?f1sf5 i,i 2f,, . 1 ' Miz '32, fam-V gnfwlz ww Q11 ' H611 Ji ,vw f mv ,' , 34ffy,52f,j3feiw-,1-J,iw., I r-',- 1 ,f 2i2t5'A"y2Q.mn' Jw' Baggio Falls Park, Philippines. I, lg.l" Q 'l'ffT"":..:""'vlM:44'. pl -F I M.. . llitl- .ll 'P-5' "un u..i Souvenir Shop, Baggio City, the Philippines is Crew members of AMERICA eat heartily while on tour to Baggio. KW ..,,.,.,.... -1 Y ,V " M.. Houses cling to the hillsides near Baggio. I I .I Iv , Hi Sift' 'H f-f- ' WM V M V ' f V,VVA ' I I. , ?,,, Nw f lJ, Q I 4 I gf: X' ': ,'."' 1' fV'k v".Y-V . . I Ib I 1 7 'MI V, W v s I I --, I I I I I I I I II I1 ii If f f QI I I II ,If I II I I I , if I 'II I 4 III ' I . I f I I I I' I I II II I ? I I 5 I 1 ,I I III , 'EI' ' ' I' - I " "I ' - , .L ' , A K' I . I " 3 y Q ga-ng i Mx ,,,'gmgf2, V Q gf H ,i ., , I I , f ,4 ,w At . jf' M? 3" . 'Qi ,, ,, 1 v 1 V .M .xv , idx. i uw: A f 1-,pf 1 My j - - hr- - 1 ' sag? 3, , + ' --gf -- N sv? 3- if yyvlf Fw.,-gfwf. .X , 197' f .0 -V , .mf Q. . wv,mw' 1 I UF -N ' -I l, . -J, " '- lavi' -1 iq-V ' -af W -1. - ' --lb 3 A ' , ' 'W'M "Wnq M.. 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I MQ' . mf, '?1f., 1 Q1 ,. ,V ., it L 5 il BEFORE STRIKE SERV. .,,.. . ,, ' :F f 'Q V T I S nvgpqgfa R KE TRUNG HDI vuulfnnau um SEGIEIT A r 1 M smut: ? I Arun smut: ulssnv. .swf If ,W It ic IN MEMORIAM mm NM 'V Ax b. "FACES" -x.. 'Q ' 'N , AV X xx -1- s Xl Q N' V 5 g ' if 4 2 IU! "'W"'y!"'Y""""""',!'Y"'T"' s "FACES" W? -muy? .A A . X I 1'-fm-41 M51 V "fx iw ' '1 '- V 'J'-':1:ff:" l I Y"','vA " " "S mmm' pm ' ' J 5 ,- .'ifx3" - "5 W ,'?'2'gY2,59F'- A A L:-NY: Hr' J 'lr ,lnim ,,',- , . ' ,H ' I H- 5, g , Q - ,. ' f M-"' v 1 'f X ' N 4..,M,,. 4911. I ffffwf 'fvwyif ,f ff I, 1 'ff , X " Zi f A4 ' f 5 ."' ' ' f-X 'If ff? " 7' , , "" I?" .. ,V 'f F vw , Q 4 " L a i is ...stamina 2:-- FACES if QM 5. 14 pi I WWW oe' z -wx be ,fi 5-N. 7 USO SHOW The members of the Jimmy Byrd Show pose with Captain Turner on the bridge. The only USO Show to perform on board AMERICA while on Yankee Station came aboard on 15 June. The group called the Jimmy Byrd Country and Western Show gave an outstanding performance to an overflow crowd on the fo'c's'Ie. A special was also produced by the groupfor VVAMR-TV. ' 529 1 '2': l , ..f'f .lo v 'ff 4 I K i-. -Z , IVVI V f :xl 'M' Crewmembers watch the Jimmy Byrd Coun- try and Western Show u on the Fo'c's'Ie. JU? 'tmfflt 'l',:f.!:ii' li! ' l, ' ig -nv vwwvbi gk wawm .www-v x W' 1 gi, VIP'S VICE ADMIRAL LAWSON P. RAMAGE COMMANDER MSTS 1 ' www. M 4 sei-ff-.-. ,, , ,.o.u--.4,wwcm wa -w:f4 fl I VICE ADMIRAL BERNARD F. ROEDER COMMANDER FIRST FLEET REAI ADM PACI F. Bl FLEI w, C1 A AMA REAR ADMIRAL J. O'C. ROSS, RNZN CB, CBE, CHIEF OF NAVAL STAFF VIP'S 'Y ' Q 3 I REAR ADMIRAL LEROY V. SWANSONJ ADMIRAL JOHN J. HYLAND, CINC- PACFLTi VICE ADMIRAL WILLIAM F. BRINGLE, COMMANDER SEVENTH FLEET: AND REAR ADMIRAL RALPH W. COUSINS, CTF-77. f 55155. W, X I I I! E, 2 W A -VW I Z I I l 4 I , i i. ' 1, P LA QQ 1 4' .qfihi can-A I , C ,. E. 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AMERICA departed Hong Kong on 16 August. l .W X 1.. dirt Persons wishing a good look at Hong Kong may ride Telescopes bring all of the city into view from Victoria the Peak Tram to Victoria Heights. Heights. 'i The scenic beauty of Hong Kong and its harbor as seen from Victoria Heights. Internatio X ZQMY is 1 Nd semi ..'1ne4.4uA1l-ukllllal-' ' - f " was TY f IniernationaITerminal, Hong Kong. AMERICA sailors view Red China from a vantage point in Hong Kong. rpm Vidlfii W., , , 1-ma"-v A ff We , Money is exchanged for the crew in the forward Several "Wafer Taxis" and a ferry wait to take Food Service Hall. crewmembers ashore at Hong Kong. :H 1 if kd! i 1 Al QM! 5 u A" ' RICKSHBWS BYE Sflll 3 f8V0l'If9 fOUl'iSf 3ffl'3Cfi0l1. Rice paddies are abun- dant in the New Territo- ries area of Hong Kong, near the Red Chinese Border. The world famous floating restaurants are Afishingiunk sails across Hong Kong harbor. located at Aberdeen in Hong Kong. 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Xxx x hx-xnxx xxxmx xxx Cable-car in Japanese mountains: capacity seven Japanese, or four Americans! iIt's along way down.l A RADIO - TV Daily entertainment is provided to the crew of AMERICA through the facilities of WAMR Radio and Tele- vision. A daily feature on VVAMR- TV is the evening movie. The sta- tions are operated by the Public At- fairs Office. Q' 5 il n H i 'Wx ,, 'ff ' if T . f"""' y I i . it if 1 I iiff 110 Q l PRESS J 'af Ill AIIIIGA ICVA-My Ilitilt Scully: Partly cloudy, Winds-Srl 15-20 kts., Max. Temp.-63. B Q l GOOUMOINIIIGI It's Thur:-4-iv, January 9, L96h Tho An...:n ls: SB miles southeast xgof Cape Pear, ILC. 32 1unm -lu--qpowpnn-pnmaunnmulanuma. -,-anne-p1n.r..n....e1. ll-. !BDAl'l-Ylldhllaptnllulwl qqrinh-gpldiellil dnuuduul Q'-Cihggaiilldll IAVIIN fllunlinbodnqllbllasllgggdllglenlbupgcnli Alllilinliikflllghslllieilllhliilllhlnllibllll. illliffhlliiilil. V .'J'.iE.RlCAN MILITARY 0FFlClALS SKY ALLIED NAP. POSITION INPROVING All' d military stance in Smwii, Jan. B KAPJ-All indications point to an improved ie D lta in South Vietnam, military officials the new year in and below the vital Mekong e said here today. The improved--and improving--situation in this important rice-producing area is re- S SOO Vietnamese Rangers, Marines and Army regulars in the flected by a probe by about , tangled U Minn Em-est.. This is not Lo suggest that any Saigon or American officials believe the Communist Viet Cong have been defeated--or that all is well .h Vietnam's so-called "rice bowl" d 'Po officials ervvhasizeo, however, that there is more pres- territory, they adde . e ' b I sure now on the guex rillas than ever e ore. The greater part of one 7,500 square miles of the delta and its seven million people corxtizzoe under Viet Gong influence. The Allies -:ount their success in modestly ex- oamfing security rings around major delta cities, and the comparative ease lately of mot:-rinv along the main delta highway--Route An American colonel, serving as advisor to the South Vietnamese in the region commented, "We started cold from the 1968 Tet Offensive when we were confined to our forts, but the situation is much im- proved today." The major factor of change has been brought about by large numbers of heli- copters now available to the South Viet- namese, military observers reported. They give the outfits mobility they did not previously posse ss--and enable them to deliver reinforcements when contact is established with the enemy. For the first time in tne long war, much of the delta is daily patrolled by both scout and gunship helicopters. Prior to the 5,500-man drive into the U Minh Forest there had never been a cam- jiaigx in the matted woods and swamp area. The forest serves as the supply dump and headquarters for the Viet Cong's Third Military Piegion, it was reported. Intel- ligence officers said that under its com- I mand are 19,000 guerrillas in the country s six southernmost provinces. .,, . .pa.,g?JMAA sm 3 5 1 M 35 Four . X091 SED KlLLEH CAPWRED IN WAS1-IINGTJJT wlsnnmou, o.c., Jan. 8 MP5-The ae- cused killer of two young FBI agents was taken into custody tonight after what " ne of the largest police described as o s." manhunts we have ever had in recent year Police had fanned out frm Washington on foot, in patrol cars and in helicopters. 'ihe suspect was caught about one mile from the scene of the shooting in an a- partment building hallway in southeast Washington. He was identified as Billie Austin Bryant, 39, an escaped convict. - The agents were killed today as they were seeking Bryant at the apartment of his estranged wife, in connection with a bank robbery in suburban Maryland one hour earlier. More than 100 local policemen and FBI agents joined in the hunt. Police dogs were also used. Br ant had escaped from Lorton Federal Y Prison last August. The RSI said he had been involved in seven bank robberies. Capt. R. E. Rumble, UD-TO-the-m Pfinfed dail D while at Feature arf- I bers are 'C es a American Spirit Magazine. muie news sforieg are Y .on oard AMERICA sea un the Daily Eag'e. bout cre pUbliShed m0n1hIyWir:etTg USN . 6, f, -v 19,-1 I AMERICA EARNS HER SECOND CONSECUTIVE "E" I9 SEPTEMBER 1968 R 2I0006Z SGD 68 FM COMSEVENTI-IFLT TO USS AMERICA INFO COMCARDIV TW O CINCPACFLT CINCLANTFLT BT BATTLE EFFICIENCY AWARD I. THE INFORMATION THAT AMERICA HAS BEEN AWARDED HER SECOND CONSECUT NAVAIRLANT BATTLE EFFICIENCY PENNANT PLUS EXCELLENCE INSIGNIA FOR AIR, OPERATIONS, COMMUNICATION, ENGINEERING, WEAPONS AND MEDICAL DEP MEI-ITS, IS NOTED WITH GREAT PLEASURE AND ADMIRATION. I WOULD LIKE TO ADD PERSONAL CONC,F'AT1JLATIONS ,AND "'VVELL DONE" TO EACH OFFICER AND MA AMERICA FOR T I-IIE, OLITZTANDIIIJQ5 ACCOMPLISHNIENT 2. ITIS A SOURCE OF PRIDE AND COMFORT TO HAVE AMERICA'S PROVEN AND D CATED PROFESSIONALS AS HEY MEMBERS O VADP - ' ' P ' F THE SEVENTH FLEET TEAM. JI N. I-. BRINGLE, IJEN. Il asussw com KIT ff I if , 4,5 4 Ig COMNAVAIRLANT ,L IVE THE ART Mv N IN EDI I E. , UN 'KJ WEAPONS AIR OPERATIONS ENGINEERING I-I e ...P :UM Il ,:. COMMUNICATIONS MEDICAL 113 , , wr. -.1 F5525 - ff' ' MY-v YY Y ,V ,, , --W .---- 1 , -- 4 . - ,,q,, ,, V, . 29 SEPTEMBER I. V PERMISSION IS GRANTED FOR AMERICA T0 SAIL: 15 v-'I-'if' U'-'111 L N I' . L, " Aron I V C11 . N-,L Luis Rex Paciic x A . I 2 X F. ii., n-:1j.1..L,1 + X Nitty? Wvlilli- New Zealand xf I de -I,aQeQr-- Brazil I, 'F W fNLrt'ol5:. Y::,::l.a xx of A. f 'xx Know A11 Men by These I S on me SEVEN SEAS, Greetmgs: j N A Know ye: That durmg the 5 I I The Good Ship U.S.S. I I F' ' 74 'fi ff , BE IT if I . To all swabs, salts I I' f .,.vi'NT O' rx ' I. ,ll R53 an w 'f"'f:"-T 55 CA .If-if iff X-'fx' 4: ' I I , K f 4 Q Q: . Q 1116 was a member of 'ox'-.AHTFQCYP . 'Qi rzghts and 5' , xg jzi 1 14 ' 'inun- Apdl I 0, '66 C 53 is Ilwffon H1082 wh 'LC f -n bylh Goa l ip 9 ' fx Aznzhe Woi'1dfHW 'A Six., Greeting? Q P.- Q 111 1111 IENVA-663 Circumnavigated the Nw .4-fl " MER KNOWN M1 April 10, 1968 and December 16, 1968 l Einslirrg gy, Q bl! 'din rv, x. S. .XS i X 1 ,XXX Mr mmm: Phllingnine F1-A Cary e 'fffwiim Pncif. Atlrmtxc - Ifepttiis Rex 5.1425 Atlantic S535-an S513 Ciffi " 5 S005 H0196 Paciic - KO1'flLLI1l5 P., 'C Izmltm Ocean 5010111111 SLG -fr: 1 Sea qi' SL 3 China E61 N S11 Gulf ffm' Ml' Cape Hts: particularly those who journey to thefar latitudes w g J' Globe: 'dmirals and chow hounds' that' fx -l is therefore entitled to all the Mfll WPWAAGELLAN. i' " ' KST.-'if at:-is 'M jd those who have followed A '31 E R K 1 'xltuwbe-1-1 1 Captain R. If. Rumble, IYSA' forrzrmzrrdmp Uffxwr i 422 SE ,fs E - F My 2 , qs., . 'Q 1 M 11 ref. hz . 3 1 , A gf , ig 4-nvg I N895 fr 1 ,I ,N TQ . XR -X41 gh, 1 6.1 wr ,M '2-U1 1 A 41' , ,,., , V Q , . 4 , K3 ,4 0, ef it xv 13' YE 115 4 t r r 4 M I nfyf. ik, 1 A ,J ' 5 N-fi gf- 3 . - 4 , ,J - Q. fi t if I1 -I 'i 5 4 i ,- 1 I 1 i e Rear Admiral Leroy V. Swanson, COMCARDIV TWO, awards the Legion of Merit to Captain Turner during the I S. I CHANGE 0F CUMMAND 4 OCTOBER 1968 Captain Richard Captain Frederick AME RICA's fourth on 4 October 1963. awarded the Legion of cerennonies onboard TonkH1guH. 4 Change ot Command ceremony. 1 X ' c N ' vo f E g ?M3N 3 L L Rl RU if if 4' C , it i 4 V 5 i ' 5 Captain Rumble assumes command of AMERICA, fl N 1 ii s A A 2 , i I , it Captain Turner and Captain Rumble pose before cut I ting cake during ceremonies. 4 i tl Iii wi at 116 .- jf' . , I tm Jai 1 4 ', i L-'W' J tg A , 'U A me W" M .,v' H - A1 ,Q Captam Turner congratulates Captam Rumble upon has assummg command of AMERICA as Rear Admiral Swan son looks on 2 Captaun Turner, departmg WZ 17? 7f ' 'wmf 118 'If' 1 41. rt I we ,iiftfiggsg Ls- 4 ,R K i .n -ii, gg, X :ggi . V ' . , if , 3- i 1 cgi.!ef.,e ,j1Qf'giV ' ,if'f?5 A 1' I COMMANDING OFFICER CAPTAIN RICHARD E. RUMBLE OCTOBER 1968 USS AMERICA lCVA-669, Commanding Officer USS MARIAS CAO-571, Commanding Officer National War College Rating Manager and Personnel Program Manager, BUPERS Joint Task Force TWO, Joint Chiefs of Staff Carrier Air Wing TEN, Commanding Officer USS INDEPENDENCE lCVA-62l, Air Operations Officer Attack Squadron 8l, Commanding Officer and Executive Officer Armed Forces Staff College Flight TestOfficer, BUVVEPS Representative, COLUMBUS COMNAVAIRLANT, Assistant Air Group Training Officer Fighter Squadron l73, Operations and Maintenance Officer Test Pilot and Aide, Commander Naval Air Test Center, Patuxent River, Md. Fighter Squadron l9l Naval Air Basic Training -1945 USS SALT LAKE CITY lCA-257, Assistant Navigator Commissioned Ensign -1944 U, S. Naval Academy American Defense Service Medal American Campaign Medal Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal, Six Stars Victory Medal fWorld War Ill China Service Medal National Defense Medal, One Star Korean Service Medal United Nations Medal Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Cuba Philippine Liberation Ribbon Two Stars Vietnam Service Medal, One Star Married: Mrs. Bernice Blease Rumble Children: Richard, Rebecca, Daniel and Laura USS' Film' ,CV Cami proi Flgltle All We United U55 F Qt'iCl pigvf' U55 if gaze .555 .i na' pil SWS Cuba SWS and I-Wa .i Q., 0'7" 2 ,,,' i A f fl fiifei V a M liikiffaiza ii-igiiiraiii' ,. , ill' itlfezgf-i2'f'.,l?illl :ii ii 'uiailx f' , iff-ii"'fw ,Mi -1 I in 3 lwf lrjgzi ' -Li' 1.1! 'mil-is V lla ifal. l' fiQ,T.f:li if 5: wi-gii'lfi i flies lil:-1.1 ?Fif1i.fl-': .f'1f'.'i'.- . -iiiilifiiili 3. -1 NW-51,5384 A USS AMERICA KCVA-66l, Executive Officer NAA5 Cori-y Field, Flight lngfrucfor Fighter Squadron 194, USS BON HOMME RICHARD Fighter Squadron 34, uss LEYTE, Personnel Officer KCVA-317, Executive Officer Naval Aviator, March 1950 Carrier Suitability Branch, Naval Air Test Center, Commissioned Ensign, June 1943 Pf0i9CT Pilot Purple Heart Fighfef SqUadI'Ofl 124, C0l'T1l'Tlaf'ldiflQ Officer Navy Commendation Medal, Combat "V" Alf Waf COHQQC Distinguished Flying Cross United States Naval War Collage Air Medal, 2 Gold Stars and 1 Silver Star U55 FD- ROOSEVELT fCVA'42lf Aiffifaff H6fldl5fl9 Married: The former Miss Elinor Vernon Jones OfflCaf cniidreng Robert sl chew Ill Fighter Squadron ll, Operations Officer USS ESSEX KCVS-91, Catapult and Aircraft Handling Officer . EXECUTIVE OFFICER COMMANDER ROBERT S. CHEW, IR. NOVEMBER 1968 M, , 'S P 119 f Nb READ ER le Vice Admiral William F. Bringle, Com- mander SEVENTH FLEET, delivers his address at the ceremony. AMERICA swarmed with dignitaries, recipients, aides and newsmen on 9 Octo- ber when the Sixth Vietnamese Awards Ceremony was held onboard. The cere- monies are held quarterly aboard a Yan- kee Station carrier and enable the Viet- namese government to honor men of outstanding service in the SEVENTH FLEET. Several personnel from AMERICA were honored at the cere- mony. Rear Admiral Leroy V. Swanson, Commander Carrier Division TWO was among the award recipients. 'YT' E , - f at Vice Admiral W.F. Bringle looks on as Rear Admiral L. H. Swanson, ,i Commander Carrier Division TWO accepts a gift from Lieutenant Gen- eral Nguyen Van Vy, Minister of Defense, RVN. f Ld? TD S.H. N Vleinel Ti H4 u x Digllllirie tix -.N 'N .'s sf .,,, .E Ay' 1:-Sli il, 5: will!" W HI gganiilf nIiSl0fl N0 uledin' W Minislfl M vi ,- L : , Mi- ag. , 4' vm . L L -':fF'f'f:"Z, , W , 5351 ,enemy 1 , J,. nk,,:' , ' - I , ffm:-1 V 'Vx 1" 2 2 C I ' P? Left to right: Vice Admiral W.F. Bringle, Commodore Tran Van Chon, Chief of Naval Operations, RVN: Rear Admiral S.H. Moore, Commander Cruiser Destroyer Flotilla SEVENf Vice Admiral E.R. Zumwalt, Commander Naval Forces Vietnam: Rear Admiral L.V. Swansonp and Lieutenant General Nguyen Van Vy. , , ,He f. , C - 'Mmm NM, 1 A ,mf ,Q ,aff-'95 f'm"""" ,lm E fin 'f ,- fif- Af- f - L, Dignilaries at the awards ceremony are served dinner inthe WBl'dI'00m- 12 Y 1 A , 'F 3 5 J as -Wh uf N. x 1 . - ,Q qv .3 .1 .,, Q 4 J P VR' f ' ' 1 ' O sw M fr A-25' f U- - X QE AUSTRAIM, 12 - 16 Novemasn 1968 ll Y , , 1 1 1 "V I wus. . U-'ul' h .W ,, . ,, ' Q 1 -if'-vfflliIf3:EE1-fi55'12'ff'3il,'.'S-Tit'Q2.'1f55F'2'T, 'f'T:?iQf5'f"5fV-':2f:ff'fF'x-fa.". 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AMERlCA's visit to Sydney will be remembered by all for years to come. sf, 4' 4 n 5ygney's D2 '5' ,N sy! 1 ' 3 Sydney harbor. 1 .5 Q t X , X , 5 106. r I. ,i The Sydney Harbor Bridge is visible in the background as Downtown Sydney. 3 AMERICA enters Sydney Harbor. iPhoto by: Marine Photography, ' if l34a Victoria Road, Rozelle Sydneyl Zi li Ji l l El l i i i i I Y l V i l r i Wm? mfs. , M, im!2f"4,.,',3xi, 1 an V 4 Wh V .,, -.,,. U: ' ,MLW ,' ., , . :I .saw A H Lima? ,Z WW l , WMA' .Vu Bowling on the green such as this one. The campus of the Umversuty of Sydney is dotted by several fountams 126 The Koala Bear, a native of Australia, looks like a "Teddy Bear". A mother Emu keeps vigilance over her young. TY ff 1 An AMERICA sailor feeds a Kangaroo. 'lil -. 'V :.,,lliQ"m? , Q .J , A - sif- Black Swans Luna park, Q Pal Boone poses with the AMERICA chour In Sydney Boomerang throwing lessons were avail- Blood donors were well cared for Luna Park' Sydney' able to crewmembers on tour. in Sydney. Z H 51, -. A ., 11, , NN ,, U: X A-fl "F" ' 1 ,f. r 'Q 3 .1. .. L -wus Q ' Y 'Y A "' Y, , 1 11.11 s.,, .JE - . ..- .- .11-,,. . . .. 127 1 .qv WX' x.. -s as THE GIRLS OF SYDNEY I ,xKkNx, . . ,,.,,. X ,,,, -..-..--.. S I E 1 W 155 fl?-I 'lu v 17 .Q WELLINGTON, N.Z. 1 30 AMERICA fires a 21-gun salute as she enters Well- ington's harbour. F 1 T AMERICA dropped anchor in Wellington, New Zealand on I8 November. Events included official calls and several tours for the crew. The ship departed for Rio De Janeiro and Norfolk on 20 November. wo crewmembers pause on Tip Top Hill to photograph the ship in the harbour. A . w 1 Bn-1 -Q lf' 4324: Quik? 'Qw- n n A W an 6 mm Q Q A' ,, 1.4.52 -Q , .-. ,fa A 3 lin x gi o u -Ma., 5, '9., Nw Q , ,nd H. 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Members of the crew were also treated to a dog show while touring Wellington. 4 134 -v-' ED BAND BREWERY TOUR Sailors from AMERICA inspect a per" where "hops" become warts the long process of making New "Red Band Beer" Cr ewmembers are introduced to modern wb beer transportation. if "Free samples" ...... Q 4' 1 N P I.,-tif' FYR 5-'ff ffw "' .t at :gs N51-.wr R 'r 1- 'if' I 5.3 . ' .A lg . 1 531 AF 5 ,f big N 217 9 l Q, .V . Miss Teenage New Zealand. iw Arm in arm, an AMERICA sailor and crewmembersof a Wellington tugboat. AM , I ff" , 1 k , , Agios 1 nr 4, .Age ' E if 5 I- L Vi jf-,,3'H 0 wh' , 4 in 2 2 'LYS ,I The New Zealand Nfavrvv was on a , hand at a pa rty given for the crew Q 3 by the city of Wellington. A ' 1 l 1 E P 5 :sing drag U , 114 3"5l.f,jW J' 9 1 R M553 MW? -5'ifer42i:w., 3- ' V69 'iff fi ay 'ZIYANZ ,i 1 ,,'y 1 . A, 7 , aww-f.,, - "Ax an , yi -un f-. . W 4? E, F5 X l.,. -. 1' ' AL "gs ' QI., ,O . , V. . . l R " f ug, . wi ,I . , ' l , f h, ' Yr A ,M,,,ef, ,.- , A , f 1? 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S' af 5 2 X 5' 'Hlli O Zlfil l'PIHSll?-"I ' A , X 5 F KX , YUNT. sun 5 it 5 x A J Q U , ,X 142 'L ,af 92 p-., ,- -av N . Ly. I 'x l 'L V , . f 1 3 X J , x W , R233-1gs3z?1iRNT""E 4: 'W A ga Nt, we-N-A-A-A'E v 'V 'ex N 4 ,JYTTE T l , I1 T! V 8 ll! ,li M 'l T! l' .H ,n T v 5 : Q . ll l B, lg, wr i57 I 144 GL! ante. ,,cv"""'in:-.. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT ,, 1 'TWTQ 2- gg, A f ' ? f-A G? A 12. T f, - , Q, P'-E 1 I Q , 1 I 4 . 4 . LT Daniel A. CDR Robert L. LT Patrick A Gallagher Trett Dowd XDIVISION PROTESTANT CATHOLIC OFFICER CHAPLAIN CHAPLAIN e'ee We 1 .4 T A iff-iw as 4 pf! ' V K' I -1 I Q T ry' of X. 'f f Q I LT Brian E. Gray, LTJG Matthew P. Braatz, ENS Michael T. Shelton, CWO-2 Millard C Hardin, W1 Enio Massetti, CWO-2 Paul G. Neal, W-l Bryant L. Payden uf , ., ABCMF W Kern PNCS B G Longmire PNCD E Bl'0Ck YNCJ J JBFISBD .Z JOCD L Kite BMC R A Webb PC3 J. E. Adamo PC2 J. L. Aust SN B. E. Beck ABEI E. E. Blair PCSN P. H. Brackman SD3 J. Brooks SN R. F. Bucci SA J. L. Buchmeier PN2 W. L. Buckle SN M. N. Burch FN J. H. Carr PN3 H. Christensen PNI R. J. COOPEI' SN H. A. Cox YN2 G. D. Cravenho PR1 H. T. Crowder SN R. J. Davis PN2 A. J. Deethardt PN3 W. M. Denning SN D. R. Diamond W ?' 4' I la ,A 1 .f X X Us 1, 5 s 1 1' 4 1 ff? X is ., 1' g fy 3 M, ,,,,.. 1 '1 ...N Y Why .1 . ,..g,,,..,- 1 Qs, A nw, Lfifi V. f ,gf I-f jf: -: 'f , ' K ,W MI' Q. -ag, ,,V, b -' Aqqqv F 6 52 .-. . 9 . fa c W. ,. 4? . A: 4 I ,., -4 K W '.,. K A r1.1 6 'Viv a -. ' ' ' 1 1' '7v'n',1qg. -5. I-:,.fH,,,,,f Y - . , ,. . ,,,,,,: X ,- ' I R x 'WW XIII? QI S M -"QI 'I I .ff " L f ft Z Y' V- J Q- "" 'S' I 4 Q4 3, E I mf A' Q ' X '.,. If in - -1 Q. f N I if 4 A ' If ' " 46 ,Y v A, , H if 0 ' f I f: 'A-wrt? A S36 it r' 1 I 9 use rf 7. , ff' ' .wx 1 .N n 'M 'wg' I I SN R.N. Duncan SN R.E. Duncan SN T.A. Friend SN B.E. Fulghum ABHI J.C. Gillispie PNI J.I. GIOver PN2J.D. Good SN D.G. Griffith AN J.R. Gruendle J03 J.C. Harding PN3 R.W. Hauenstein YN2J.C. Hines J03 R.K. Hutton LII C.A. Ibarra YN3 J.E. Johnson PC2 R. Jones SN G.W. Kortiohn LI3 B.A. Koski JOSN P.W. Linley SN T.E. Lofgren X DIVISION I -w. , -N l illfll a .zv'....'-Q4g , ' 'wfmu"- N ! - JJ.. I PN3 A.J. Lonson PN3 R.O. Love SA A.A. Madison DPSN G.G. Magnan PC3 C.W. McCauley AMS2 C.L. McHenry BM2 G.L. Mead YN1E.G.MikuIski SN G.D. Myers SN J.R. PaCCi0l16 YN1 R.w. Phillips SA RJ. Popson PN3 n.E. Pyeatt ADJI F. Reardon LI2 H.J. Reum AMS3 B.N. Richendollar PN3 M.A. Rigney AMS2 C. Robinson MMI R.E. Ross SN M.G. Ryan .,.,..,. ,-M-mmuwww ii sm 1 ,Wyman-f.... 'UK v 42.3. I A x W S ' 1, 1, "'- f V- . 3 ' 5, f , I-,,Z6,zg45,. 1,3 1- 1 s, ' ' f I 4 " 7 V9 3 1-an f' yr . ,v,.. , J ,- 'yy . j -. ,,, f a n V' , .,.f Vv, Q ,fwgqij f -nw '7 M, 50 W! V ,fag ' S7 , ,kzf : 1 1 ' I 4.- i 4 L' I ,, s. xg f 1 , ,J :iv ' -4 . I -f L X f ffv,...,,1 ' , 1 91' X SN R.B. Sabella PNI M.G. Salcedo SN L.F. Sanchez PN3 T.A. Scicluna SN R.I. Seay SN T.R. Sharp DC2 E.P. Siebert GMGI H.E. Skeels SN W.W. Smelcer EM2 D.E. Smith SN L.S. Spicer SN W.R. Stroup YN3 T.W. Tobat LISN T.A. Traman PN3 G.C. Tull SN R. Tytus SN S.C. Varner SN B. Williams SN D.J. Williams YN2 G.L. Young NAVIG ATION DEP A iff? X wr CDR A Ihur K. Knoizen NAVIGATION OFFICER RT 'ii an I i I f I I I I I v 7' 'I I I 1 , i ft 2 i 'UI J I I I I I 3 I 150 LCDR Richard F. Green Ass't. Navigator NAV DIVISION The mission of the Navigation Department is to provide for the safe and effective navigation and piloting ofthe ship. The tasks of the Navigation Department include continual and accurate plotting of the ship's course and position, recommending courses to be steered, and the procurement and maintenance of navigational charts, publications, and equipment. ! f""'k . 'E ' A g.13n'X:ifK41Q 1 611. K' ' V , LQQM- ' ' AQLQJQ. .g ff"57?!imfm-'N J 5 1.4 ff f H. Y , ,-, fe Q J -an ' ,fff,',f' ,?74i"? ff H K' 42.9, I A 4 1 IQ. Af ' I I ,, , '-:H A .-,.,., 4. Y. 52, 1.1, if .,.. . , ,ffl ', 1 ffm.: 151 , ' f' . ' . , Wf . as if 1 ze fr of X H - f Y' ' ., , 1 ' QQ F 5 1 J-1 J' Q - ' i ,, we A-21 . g2EgX2ff1if'0" ' - .51'.,g1'. if- -44.5 I 1525" Sr? ' ' B, If -af ip? f fa 'X " " " 'T . SN W. Carringfon, SN D. Dahlin, SA S. Dey0, Jr., SA D. French, SN J. Holland, SN B. Kemper SN F. Manning, SN W. Meindl, QMSA W. Mildenberg, SN J. Peden, SN Pike, QM3 J. Prinz QM3 J. Sams, QMSN W. Smith, SA G. Smith, QM3 D. Spegel, SA J. Tweedy, YN2 J. Woodgie 'wzfz-f ' ' f ,f,' -i ' ,, Goodman, SN W. C. Pepo, QM3 R. Trofier, QMI C. ff - ...ph L........i....L" 'V' '..x'.x.L 151 1:-Y'-A qLQ'.1.: -fm Muff ' "' 0 S ' " 'vi A iqvsv l'.r' A. y -, 'N- 1. ...Q-1. I L. . lI?'ff'f ' A , , ,wcfffw!!Wf"' , , ,,c,.f,W - ,,, y , Awful 435, 331 f' ww I 'full' ' f I , . ! 7 ,ZW QI, I, , . . 7 r , , 5 , , 0 , ' an 1 Mg A as 4, f H5 , ,, W , H I ,i35j7fm,,.,,,, Wfff. ,W ,, ,,, I , , iwzfz f "W ,W ,,,,, ww gp ,121-M WW , fn, fm X f fm hw, , I ,g, ,WC , f L .4 , . J, 4, , 41 Ziff ff kj 3, iff I W W ff' 109, 1 1 ,f Z1 ,, wwf 1 ,f af -f 7202 . ,f nf , W ,, ' f QQ' 71 , i fi .' . 'f f f ,J Ac, , ff ,wiv ,VZ ' ,7 f' f zfz. 'lwifwl - ,W M11 , A -w 1 . N. m X 1 ligation G1 CDR David B. Cave WO Harold Geno S. al ,X .gm .-1, If ,, 77 ' , t rf," q .1 t A , 1 j jg? F it . r " U W C ZZ70 ' " -ff L ' ,'-1 A ' ' fff f . 7 . -A. WN .,,.. . , 5 A I W 1 A A . . , Q... I A .. A' 1' ,',. ' ' g ' Q .,.,, if , if I ' I w I' "Q--9 ,.,,.. -., . ' X lv , ' ' 7' In- , , A '9 Aer' A 0 ,WWE .. . I 4 ff" 1 4 " , ,. its 8 154 J'l '5 0A DIVISION Twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, in port as well as at sea, the Aerographers Mates of OA Division collect and process the weather data from which weather forecasts are pre- pared for AMERICA and other ships operating with her. AG3 D. Arment AG3 R. Colquhoun AG3 J. Deveau Jr. AG3 W. Durrett AG3 A. Felauer AG2 B. Feudale AA R. Garbutt AG3 R. Hill AGAN W. Horsfield AG3 J. Labey AGI R. Seiders Jr. AN F. Stewart A eff ww . 2 ' ' 1-vi " c ,X I -uhfiq v X.. , . I ' w AGI J. W8f8I'h0USe QQ I I xl I coli Ea" III loci Di' gpgnsibie me sate 0 mimi of vicinity or transfer C craft and is accoffll 'nunlcaliof from race tional sw ,X a -.lit lr Fifli s it -I gi 'Wil lM?EIvE?f' iEf1'ifl1lL' "" ' i'Al5f!!?"? " 'M' 'J"f"'3'5'V' 1, .. V .2-,ex as ...ivy gy: Vi, -KN I - , ' f X' r VA 1 7 ., if ' I ' I at CDR Earl H. Pearce LCDR Bobby R. LCDR Douglas A. LCDR R0bel'f C- LCDR William S. McCroskey Miller Nicholson Kelly oc nivisidu "OC" DivisioniCATCCl is re- sponsible for planning and pub- lication of the daily Air Plang the safe, orderly and expeditious control of air traffic within the vicinity of the shipg and the transfer of personnel by air- craft and highline. Air Control is accomplished by voice com- munications using information from radar and other naviga- tional sources. ACI R. Ackerman ACI R. Alfaro AC3 D. Arnold ACAN A. Bailey ACI W. Boyd AC2 R. Clark SN R. Fleischer AC2 G. Gardner ACC J. Goble ACI R. Grubb AC3 D. Hankey SA A. Kondertavage AC2 F. MacFarlane ACAN H. McDonnell AC2 B. Moore ACI G. Murtagh AN E. Podlovits AN G. Pyle AN W. Sawyer AN R. Stewart AN J. Stout AN R. Trefzger AC3 T. Wilkins AN D. Williams . .,,,. x 1 , r. ...,...,.- ,, - . . ., . ,-f-ku, K 1 .. 5-Q--.fi W Qfiee ,- iff 1 as M -Q.. ..nl" 1 4 W y 5 i iw iiieiitee a..msea. iitt eeegn .ig 'V.- r ij - 3 . "" f-ai 5,2 . ... .. , v.,,-. . ... rim N.. . lc.. . ,... . .s yy H sg., V. .gf ,..,' 1. .f..' 'ws 1 my .K -..-at' sE',3'fw':25'f , ' 's,3".'1Qgjf '-l32?'12 V , V ' "' W' Q ,L N. VLV I ,,b , , ., ' .,.. 6, ,., ,,,,. ,, ,f , ,Zi-,, , 5 ,.,, Wy., iff? . Zgiiff g.'v. X f Z , ,WW 1 , I 1 W Q ff 1 ,, Ze, -5 ,f x I ...I .-.i R ii' 4, N T Est Ee .. . sa a5l'aii?9j-' tif-'f ' ' '4 ., 5-1:.f'1E.s it f " ffuf' V ' 2 Us nf? if 1 I ji- 32.33 s Q61 iii? 1 i :' ,, .. k , sf. ,SY f, 33 - I . I I ,i.. if i if ,M 1 ,, ,, , ' 7 .5 I A -'J M -' 3' " 4 ,..', y- ... 1 ' I ,I it . . I of f., , .523 ".- Q' ' I - .. A " I if ,k,l. H I ,N ,, I H M . A ' Q . A .u X V , b . .,.,, t f . ww - 'f-- f , f , ., - . , "" " "' '7 Y 'ii ' eyed feeeweri '4WiiYi' o 2... -sxigo ' ,fI'fiQ at :if . . 1 ' I ?T N .f S , f Lf. . - A W 4 1:, ., fe: K- .gm , -. gigs' ' .f.5'-25594 -77' f ' N M " I " .- - lr. ,,f...,:g3f I ,.::..:.g:5 k H It QM: , ,yds El? : H rx' 5 :V . ' I 'f 5 A iikff f " w I cg .. .J ' 13 I ' I Q. K 4": 1..E -.: H Yf' ' '19 RQ is , , - , . 1f"f-:."1?. 3 .1: V-:aw 1 I- 5 .5: K, . . , . 5 . . - it-.... -i V .4 ..-,T'i.ii1.'i' '1" vi' , I '.'., 155 it kj , N15 1, 1 2- - f Z' ' 2 et I . 'nv 'A' I 1 I , :INK f X ...i.,,. 5 . A 4 Lf N M Q 1 , ? 'pu f, 5, 11 rr.:fr, LCOP J 0 Burqeza, LCD? H D Sheperd, LT F J Arnold, LT L. T. Selle-rs . 1 L L WWE K 1 f I , M lg ff ' ' xg .C V U J l , , C L f V' "-4-1 ' " ' ' iff, 'Q' I M . I 'few ,. " - 4 y ' Q C Val LT J A Zulhuzvi, LTJG L. M. Bruzoslu, LTJG J. R. Murray, LTJG K. C. Pilecek, LTJG D. L. Runnells ' , Combat information Center CCICJ, often ppirim referred to as the nerve of the ship, is Walfffini taxed with the task of safeguarding the llolllslali, 1' 'W 1 ship from potential dangers by means of 5l""'lRDYR-l i 7 early warning. This is accomplished with Rnlltcnappe it I L the aid of radar sonar displays, operation DM9"'f5TG3 ' V vi orders, plans and intelligence reports. llolmunavl n.Groom,Roll CIC is manned by a select group of offi- UH p W W H cers, radarmen and sonarmen, who com- : . . ff' . . . . . . . V prlse Ol Division, being specially trained to insure that the safety of the ship is .,,,,.,-. . , maintained. 1 4 nf' I I ,551 .4 I ' A: . 'f 1' ' S11 1 , ,. ah J.. 4 . .iv 1 A . -luv., INS P W. Lose, RDCS F. D. Clnyter, RDC R. J. Harvey f - 'Ili .J I " . l .V i H gh! ' 7 . .1 PDC J. E. Ridcnour I 1 .. , ,,, 1: I 'V , f 7 1 , , , .f I M I Qi . l Q Qfx. I. rj I x, ':.- si V ' S J? FV R J' fx In ,Y ha 4' gg . 5... , , 2 IX L 7: in liiVZyAL4 V , xi BNI I . . ,fm Ni 5 ' V " 'f . .V Q. ,Q 9- S: , . gk NI' ...g E 'N ' , ' R, ' 'm 'K . , .f 1, ff 'Q 9 , "' B ' .. ff We' .ja ' 1.f1 W M"" "V J I . f, rw .ea Q J an ,xff ' ,-., I - ve Q A Wilt, J.. , o 1 W M I 5 X jkwfg W' ., f A 1 Y ew J , . I Ja V- V ..f' r.i-1' ,gi A .13 X: .Sw K -I V A .g 4. -'i lf! 'fl' vfv. TV, Vw ' 1 1' 1 I RDI L. Anderson, RDSN W. Baba, STG2 F. Bahr, RD3 M. Bandurick, RDI W. Beaver, RD3 J. Began RD3 R. Blair, RDI A. Bowie, RDI G. Bridges, RDSN D. Brown, RD3 J. Buemi, RD2 R. Chaney RD3 R. Chappell, RD3 D. Coleman, SN C. Corwin, RD3 R. DeMayo, RD2 M. DiMegIio, STG3 W. Droke RD3 F. Dunaway, STG3 T. Elmblad, RD3 T. Garris, RD2 J. Grattelo, STG3 R. Groom, RD3 D. Hammond I 9 0 1 I ,y'q 157 .Jn Q fy, G-J-Z f ag?" is 11- 1 7 I4 " Y Q1 M, V32 , 1' 'WV Xhy 9 5 , ' "J- ff ,ifffgq -N1 'QM ln j I My u RDSN R. Heiman, RD3 S. Heiman, RD3 W. Holzman RD2 J. Hudson, RD3 B. Jenkins, RDI L.JiIcot1 RD3 R. Leathers, RDSN R. Lund, RD3 L. Luton, Jr. 1-xml-.- fi' 158 gf my .-...........,... xi. il -,-Vf',,.. 1 8 RDI A. Mann RDI P. Mildenberger RD3 K. Myers RD2 F. Oglesby SN S. Renzulli RD3 F. Robinson RD3 G. Schafer RDSN B. Simmons RD2 D. Siyes RDI M. Thomas RD2 J. Turner STG2 C. Wade VP:-Bild. w- lens-af" x u ur Q 3 xx In 'A I, lf? ' rag, l, ffl 9' . sax 'lt-3 . .SN L l A ' V , I Q K RD2 M. Wahlstrom 9 l 4 1 LL.. ey A LTL 5.8 '5 r,'!If fiiii fi ETCI B00iS1w v X 9. ri I ! 1 XY., .W 4- 1 e K s gnv'55"' :...: Qzwf' if-ff? I fr g ,-stair.: X fm: LT L. S. Bush LT S. T. Minsterman ENS L. A. Johnson ' -,Q 1' ' so W 'Fifi 1 I i . E 1,3 s I-b y ' -A Q' ' g I if . ' """ ' "M f C?" - ig .. l x .. .- 3 , 4- 1 ETC I. Bookstein, ETCS H. Gustafson, DSCS R. Kilgore g A M 3? ,Qs-r ,9p 5.15 img -,- A gvliym f.f'-'-4-'-:.41-6611. UE DIVISION The Electronic Material Division COE? main- tains shipboard electronics equipments for several departments. For Operations, they maintain radar, IFF, electronic counter- measure, tactical data system, CCA, elec- tronic test, mobile communication, and radiac equipments, for Communications, communication transmitters and receivers, for Navigation, the inertial navigation, lorans and satellite tracking systems, and for Air Department, flight deck communication sys- tems. Additionally, OE Division manages the Operations Department PMS and the ship- board navigation and aircraft inertial align- ment systems. ff 5 f ' Q' 4 1-IW 7'-f D52 P. Ambrosia 3. 7.. xii vp 3- ETN2 B. Beaulieu :J . X ETN2 c. Bennett ,Mg , .V 4 ,Q Q ETR2 J. Bosinger . 2 C- f Z' 1 "V'i 3 "l" ' , i r X.. H ETR3 G. Boykin 5, ,L ' - K. Dsz T. Braddock ,gm .. 12,16 'W .,, .. X I 3,-xxwx, W! W EQ 160 fi gj. ,:.z5, ,4 an-' ,,a.z. N-. ' , 1 f ' .7 P ,,'-- !C:y ,gl -1- .,, f'jf V Q , 1, va A ,ll M4671 1 . 'z f .QQ fi . 'll VN Pwf f wx jf.. L g . , - 5. YQ vo. ' J of ' " v 152.11-., ..- Q., 6 Q f .gg "H . 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J 1 if 5 . - , 3 'v' J! ff 5 ., P' --'l'. 2 Q Q V Lx.:Qfv ' A rs , .- N.. .W . rx in 4 wi ' ' , T ' f"f . X 525 15 gs . , s f: s ,: A A . -fer f , "fs ' 5- . -- -, X N .-', Q. fx... X A XX., 5 .. .5 x I 5 5 . G- ss , kr . A1451 , ff-E, Q 1 A PX vw 1 ,ST 1 S sw WSL! i Wy View ... '..fL.g.Lf1....-4 ..4 -Suu.- ' ETR2 R. Lee ETN3 L. Linville DSI B. Long DS2 B. Luebkert SN J. Martin ETN2 R. Martineck ETN3 R. McGee ETR3 A. Miele DS2 R. Moe ETRSN A. Myatt Ii --av .i W ,A I I' ' Z' Ei ,W ,tif 'il L All W ,....,.. , ... A 6 52,151.2 ig. A A If ' ' ' 1' " 5 ' D52 E. Peoples ,, ,e 1. ETN2 J. Perkins A 1 '21 L . .N ETN2 J. Pilger , I - -W W' J ETR2 H. Roberis WM .Wi f W f 1 J ETR3 H. Ross , , ETR2 T. Ruminski ff' A 6 ETN2 E. Tatu 'M' s 1 ff V . 0' Y , .L I up 9,2 7 ' ' 311, AN J.Tears X X 1 wwf NM! ETN2 W. Waring 1 Q K, 3 ETN2 T. Weigel f m, ,in A . f, Sf ETN3 L. woouara fi ' ' , 'la W ETN2 Zengel ' A4f, 1 ' A 'IV 'fi 161 tv v A 1 -wu- i i x - f f' ' 0 P 35 Q V.Lf i fff' f ,, X ,,,, ' ,, M4171 t I DIVISION N op Division, consisting of the Integerafed 4 s Intelligence Center, the Aviation Photographic 3 W , if tory and the Operations Administration Office, suppm-15 I Aii I the Operations Department in intelligence, photographic , and administrative matters. IOIC collects, evaulates F - H ' :. and disseminates intelligence for ships operation, the iii, M ',, Ag I, photo lab provides all official photography required by I iii the ship, and the Operations Office performs the admin- 'f ' I I istrative duties for the Operations Officer. I-ll... LT Dale V. Orgill OP DIVISION OFFICER lf.- LT Terry J. Desmond LT wgme C. MCROY ,-I LL ..,,,, 4-A LTJG Robert L. Abbott L-I-JG S'an'9Y E- CWC-2 Ddllald E. ISBBCSOI1 Sadqwski I fl 162 as R . 'Q ,a . ,. 1 ,L . .,,-fir 1 V .3 :s 1 -:H :fav-.. 'fr PHcM1'. B. YNc w. E. ' A Warwick Burford 2 1 I i X Q R if ' ' rn ' 'ew 545.1 az' mxsvrzg' " 'my g4E,HH"f1 ""-riwrwvf-' Q., - . ,.,f' J f , .0 DM3 A. Anderson Z., ,S Hg . .A A- Q as PH3 B- Bonne' gs. .-A. ., AA M. Borrero A 'f -AAA ' xii ,f ' .VA PH1W.Boymgton A1 Q ,Q PH2 M. Brandon 3, ' '-rg., YN2 D. Brewer ' U , M ..,v.. . . DS2 D. Briggs -.., ...T , . b 12 D . PH2 P. Broeker , 571, - g ' V S' Q ,, Q. , V 6, ' ' V ' .Af 51:2 fE, .L -l v, '- ,,,, YNSN R. Burger Q f ' ' ' f I . ' ,,,, PH1 D. Chernouskl 1.-'T' fr- . A V. 'Q - '55 PT2 D. Corl A A -fi. X f , 1,9 .1 , 3g5.. L9 - - P'r2c.cox I jwi, W 163 QR PTAN J. Denault DPI R. Digby sv, W . l, Q 3 ,ff J K 1 f 2' . li- - , . I . , I . 9 8 , ' ' 'cz 1 "' I ' 'a 6' 3' ,4 A' we l 3 .Q f f , '14 , 1, I Q. , qi, ' 'S ff "" 4 ff A " , , K , y ,. , l 4 gf , Q DM3 A. Dimauro DS? P. Donnelly PH3 C. Dunn PT3 J. Edwards RDI W. Fuller SN J. Greer PHI J. Harris, Jr PTAN H. HGDUGFSJO AN C. House DP2 J. Huffnagle DPSN D. Hymans SN W. Jones DM3 T. Kaufman DS2 R. Kocher AA L. LaFeir DS3 P. Marcoffe PH3 E. Morris PT2 N. Moulle -i Q I ,Z '3 I' 14 1, 1 Vw a- 1 4 1 W I, I r 4 4 I 4 Clk lb O 6 , A A 'f'l?i,i Q' iff Q 4711 le 'fn My an 2 f uv, V-I DIVISION "Lf: 3's -vzfa -rin Or Ana' f-:pq QW planes aboard Lava: in lv- 1- 'ms' be moved spotted, 5 V 'if P ' ,- 1 . - ':':'EC C' 'fe fiighf deck befw een eat' arc' a'c 'eccvefy evolution. The :re ',":'f:f: wverv 'en of V-I, working ll " 're va' 5-.2 : a"e captains, make ready I a a fra" :re-:frg not only the planes I . , ,, - . , - asszpec ecufsnnent as the eleva- fa, "e a":"'g STQVTBI platform andthe a 1 a' 1' :'a'e. E LCD9 Davrd E. Darnauer v I olvlslou orrlcen 5 A a.. Q LT. Michael F. Mccanny , ,,,.,., ,I , 5. J Ascs H. E.Graham f 'U' I fi ap, Q ABI-1cA.R. Frost 1 f' I ' ABHC R. O. Knepshield ABHCA. F. Sanders ,fig I-'43 W-I Darrel 0 Smith Ll nf"!'I'?!F' M 1- sa Q' S 4 Qi H A X W -.W LT' rv . nuf- J' A x. 5. s .X,. wi ABH1 A. Anda AN R. Barnes AN J. Bowden ABH2 M. Bowers +4-:vm ,Q , Qii f Q AA T. Brown F A AA L. Callender 5. 'Af' 'Q N" f AN R. Carballar V ' AA E. Colon 'R qV ' ,J r Hi A ' ABH3 R.Corbef1 n . if .. j :L 5 ABHAN G. CUFETOI1 . .,Qa?Ixx::' wif... s '- -M A . +A I , AN W. Demarkus ' 7 A AA R. Dempsey AA A. Dileo . , . AA L. Duggins N A ABH1 C. Fernstrom X AN J. Finley .vw . 'YQ Q 'X '. as Qu' Q K Q J . 1 v. ii 'll ' N5 mv. . ,. . , , mf-fp 1 wx g Q , , E 5 3 lv .Alf W --. 1 . ,A . k I l XE' Q ,v' ABHAN R. Forlini " R B' AA D. Garner ABH3 L. Gatewood A- AN H. Gawrychowski , ' . AN S. Grisaffe ABH3 S. Hall AN E. Harrelson AN R. Hiddema f-IL. QW x 'WGS' 2 W f' l ,LQL 7' ' F97 .L,. .M bg Sm 17 "' 'li' -C, , :55 f -. f I ' A X k If ., .X 169 ,W :.:.:Qwf'f ,,31' ' ,, ,,, A, . M fs , , AN L. Homan AA A. Hoover AN R. Jensen A fa' , Y r KA , 1 Q ,,,, N . . ig y AN F. Hughes A ' I , ,+ 1 ' AN G. Jaster V ph WN, if .,' .., 1- ., V A my 'S I . 4,5n..' A, f-f f AN L. J0hl1S0l'l is ja X IJ, -A ,.-,-ef 9 'qi ABH3 J.Johnson K ,Q- - A 3 f ,f 'z AoJ3o.Jonnson I AN J. Kemp ABH2 J. Kemp v iw K 2,4 AA J. Kneubuhler I 5 iw. i ff AF'-T' -:4' r :gf AN K. Knoblauch - 1 AA R. Lavalley -M . ' A W AA H. Lawrence 1 , ,, .V 4 ' 1. 1 V 1 is Fung with 170 AN W. Little AA R. LOVEII ., ez.. r AN D.Mabe f ' . AN T. Maston W J "T ".. i .. ABH3 V. McGregor 5- Q- -v , vi L SN E. Meyers Q P 31 gf, ABH2 w. Moore ' . P o P A e .A. .A ABH2 W. Moore J- 1- .ggi .S ' AN D. Murphree fi 1 1 ,- AA J. Noonan j l . ' X . AN L. T316 W ., Z1 Q M , eff AA J. Nofh , W J A AA D. ohauoran a. e.. R- ff l ' L. A A AAJ.owens . A - Jw Ji Q, ., 5 , .W , J' AA J. Raymond ' l on .7 AAv.Reeu ' W J f AA C. Richardson "R Z 5. ABHSB-Richfef -A - ' xg- . QF AN J. Rivera 1 A --J,h , J, X A 1- ,J AN J. Roberts F fi, f" F' X ff AA v. Rushford . Vx 1 A A AJ AN W. Shoenberger ' ' 'V A ABHAN A. Sickle ,,. W , ee Q. A A A J AA W- Simpson if JJAJ ep on Q..flg,if. , ' ABH3 D. Smith g ' ,og j AA P. Stevens " is AA M. Templeman AN J. TUl'I1el' AA c. va naiferu V':' I ' AA L. Walters AA A. Wiater . few' 18 QE-1 .,., E 043, 04.4 . x- A . AN S. Wilson AMS3 R. zaner AA G. zoraien an sh' 5 V-2 DIVISION ,iff . 'Z' ' 'H I - -fax C f X 6, Y, i f' if 'Mr 5.4, ' . :gf 'f . gm H-rf Q 5 My " ' lb. I ,P .9 I Q A A-4, , I' . fi v, 10 I im:,,' 1 if fri 'x. 1, 3 . sv- f ' 'fi 1 ,, 414 f M I ff .n n , W ,f if 4 a W' ' K Yf. -2 LCDR David W. Ives V-2 DIVISION OFFICER To launch or recover a iet bomber weighing forty-five tons in the space of one hundred yards requires the best in men and equip- ment. To the men of V-2, who operate and maintain the four steam-driven catapults and the arresting gear, launch and recovery cycles are daily routine. In an emergency, division personnel also rig the barricade across the flight deck, providing the plane a safe landing. I gf- f it I 'a' K ' A ff "'- " if fa 78 i -44,1 I ,V I ,,', y 'ff' I K . W , I A I D, I X 4 A a .f . .,1., ,,f, , A I ff W2 LJ t 1 I I 172 fa 1.. LCDR David E. Stouppe, LT Albert C. Blessing, LT Arthur L. Keating, LT Robert C. Leslie, W-I Char- ley H. Kennedy In-... ABEC W. R. Jones, ABEC T. W. Meadows, ABEC T. F. Page fy ,HA AA J. Adams AA D. Ammons ABEAN K. Beck ABE3 N. Berger AN D. Berres sera. so . . .. I.-if . Q AN J. Corkins AN K. Covil AA W. Cox ABE3 0. Crossland ABEAN B. Damon AA W. Decaslro AN J. Dennis ABE2 M. Dillon IC3 M. Dressel ABE3 D. Drysdale AN T. Bloom AN G. Bowman AN B. Brooks ABE3 J. Bruzailis AN J. Cammarala AN R. Casey ABE2 R. Catanese ABEAN D. Cerrelo AA J. Comer ABE3 B. Cooper "uh, , Qi. Q 43, ,g k 0 9 if 1 . J? Q if? 1 f . ABEI W. Duggins ABE3 J. Ekstrom ABE3 H. Elsner AN H. Franklin AN R. Friedl 1 vf IC2 R. Friuman ABE1 R. Fulbright ABE2 J. Garner AN G. Gore Q... ' gf 'lpn :fu 'We' Q 1, 1 pf' " I 4 f' 4 4, 1 4' 7 I 4 . x "H AN W. Graves AN G. Gresham AN D. Grethey ABE2 J. Hackle ABE2 P. Haesaert AN S. Halsey AN J. Haney AA D. Harris AN J. Hartman AN D. Herald ABEI F. Hicks ABE3 A. Horton AN M. Humphrey ABE3 J. Jennings ABEI W. Johnson AN W. Justus AA R. Kamke SN D. Kendel ABE3 R. King AN D. Klatt AN S. Kovack ABE3 R. Lansin AA R. Lechner AA T. Lechner AA K. Lowman -., .,. '- 34 ,, 4 at ,jg UWA' ff 'V HAVJA D" X x gzx 'z 2 f '05 I If WW 46 f 1.9 f' V I is fly Q, f i f We 9 Q .5 ! AA T. Ludos AA R. Lukacs ABE3 C. Manley AN H. Maples ABE3 M. McAdoo AN S. McGuire AN P. McManus ABEI R.Meeker ABE2 R. Menery ABE2 R.MilIiken X . X l AA P. Monlecalvo ABEAN J. Muszewski ABE2 L. Nelson ABE2 W. Nelson AN T. Nichols f., , V V' 1"'f' ' K E l J E A..,, W fe ' ' .V J. Pace Q ' fr ' Qin AN E. Parker .. 4- 1 ,M f-4 AN J.Pate 3, . .gy ', J. Pylan' "Lt . ir, '-:' 'nf "V" V . ,uv .. . AN M. Ratigan l if 'ft f 4 ff, , 7f 7 4 y lzz' . A vv I if li V ft-.sr fof' er rf , ' f ' - A ' A' AN lvl. Robertson . A , V,.. . . AN R.Rottinghaus :',,A ABE1 W. Rowell fgli, , gfji ABE3 D. RUIG Qt' . l"., ' f ,,,, y i ff ' 'J ,, six' f ffggf 2. ' 1 f f I , A A wz 'T' ff 4, 1 , xo. K X AN T. Scott nfl, .I .., . . AN J. sellars tm W IC3 w. " Shoemaker ABE3 J. Stanley ' ABE3 D. Stevens ABE2 J. Sfilwell 11-' W R, if 3 , ' , X Lf le.- 'a l Q' We .J ' "' y AA G.TayIor f Q AN J. Tomlinson I 1 ff . . 4. ' , ,Ml , V 4 ff ,ft W f , , A Q9 -' 72 f 1 K if ' ,5 WELS 1 -. , ...ur -- ABE3 J. Stone ABE3 R.Talnose f "-' 'ti' ABE3 J. Thomas ,fW wk,,,, ,..,.,, g 'f2'J " AB E3 G. 'roye - ' . AN T- Tuckef '21 1...-f. ' A AA L. Vacca ro l A - .,,A, ABE3 C. VanDoren ABE3 C. Velander l AA J. Welch A l ... . ABE2 l.. Wheeler . , I sl. "t2 ' AN J- wlllhlfe -fu snse ' f 2.1 lf lC2 C. Wilmer 5 t f '3? " "f Tfffifg-V: .53 AN c. Wolstencrofl "f111 A f t""" of 5,4 f1l" - X' " I m5 H'1YI1"WifI!fH.EFT.fl'F5f1'fCi..ol.?:L..lil7"""V"7"f"". L ' I I i I I ,. ,n ,, iv 1 i I I I I i i i I I , I I I I i. Ei ,. I, I it I 11' . I in ii 4i 5. S ,I II gi I I I I I ,. r f I I I I I I I I I 7 IN .Ii i,I 'lg Il In iw I" bs-in I , s I 176 055 J .'1"1 , l-mm f. x ' . . -- iz ,t 1 f A..f.,,' franc qv -D . Vi 'xl fag, ,,3!."'r7f. . 1J"3,QirV' I N is I 6 LCDR Terrence L. Zackowski V-3 DIVISION OFFICER V-3 DIVISION V-3 Division is an intregal part of the air- craft handling group aboard AMERICA. The division is responsible for the handling, spotting, and securing of aircraft on the Hangar Deck to ensure their expeditious and orderly transfer to or from the Flight Deck. This includes the operation of the aircraft elevators and ground handling equip- ment used for movement of aircraft. A most vital function of the personnel of the Division is the standing of a continuous Fire Watch in order to detect fire hazards or fires oc- curring on the Hangar Deck. ABHCD L Hlbdon ABHC T.J. Kelley I ' ..,, 7 ,,"-' A. vin ' ':'7'?i45',m "ff ' " ... 1-'ff ' f fq , ' V N I 2. Q VV V V rr My ,V AN M. Bacon ir' . ' ' jQ1'Q"' ga Vw V..V5lV.g. -ar: + AN F. Barnes t ..'f"T1' Iiif '1' AN M. Bergman ' 'I 2.71 -"' "' I W ' " V. I 5' AN . i V V V.. I J A iw! L B gner .. . ,V,' 3, ' , V gg ,gg I I ABH3 J. Brendan 2' 'H 'P 1 AA R. Boud V314 9.4, W ci., I' at . Vu. gk " p aw- AN H. Bowers 7' ' W , 1, 'iff' M .jaw ?g7?2i' AA R. Brasher Qs. AN D. Burkell ABHI J. Byrum AN C. Cade AN E. Campbell AN C. Capuano ' AN R. Carvalho H 3 5 -' " .ll ' : N AN P. Case C .e.:e.e A lc, V AN J.CasliIe ,A . . A .W , AN J. cerrulo 1, 'N - AN J. claggen a N A A ' ' AA C. Colfer sa A - .n if AA M. Dixon " 5, 1 J A ' ABHI R. Downes ' - AN R. Duriex Wi' 'X A J AN D. Flaccavenlo AN R. Gallagher . , l . ,'.V 5 AN C. Gallerani E ,'.i,V: 5 AN T. Glosser V AN T. Gl0V9l' .- ' V . . AA R. G0l'e nn . f V, if 40192 1 J J . , W . .. 5 , A A Lz.V.:,, x . R 1. . s Y' j . . lll W' AN N. Hackbarl ' AN C. Hanson - if la ix. ' . 3 wa l." , AA C. HardV ' Lvl 'Ii' A lu.: ' ' ABH3 R. Howland ' ,Xa A AA J. Kenler W lp f R ' AN R. Klauser A ' -X ABH2 T. Lalhan .I '- AN R. Klusman ABH3 D. Llpe AN J. Merrill 1 l 'U'-vnu c if ,r A 5 ' ff S' I fi iii fu J yf' 2 yi I 3, Q la I QW ,.'1' M J - .-0 . J 1 ' '52-, gn 1 Q . K. WI' X 9 l'7lllTJ'FR'll' HW H' FIU 1' ""Y5'fZY'f MV' "WV" 4 ff .5 X Q -4 K -Ju-ua A Qgmkf ff' . . , , , f .. 1 , I V. nf., 'gm 1' , f ' gf? lj. f f f ii? 3.1, Ain, m my., 5 . . ,f,, I, If J , wi: . 21. . l ' f AN C. Ross AA F. Rouse AA T. Sargent - gf, AMS3 D. Sharp X ABH3 R Simon Simpson Smith Souther Spindler Stewart .. . I , aw ,Z I ,fb A Y v :QM J i.E,m,5F, ,. '. fl 13? ' ' 'lf 1 5 , ...L fi . . , le ax N . f ' -.1 fx, C V .. A ,, I , ,,,.,, J , , -,-. i if 1 tg X, W v 4 ' ' 1.4.1 4 2' in Q ,ws . . S 'J - 5 4 -Q3 " 7' AN J. Mitchell ADJ3 D. Moody AA C. Moore ABHI J. Nicholson ABHI J. Panzarella AA J. Porto ABH2 C. Potter AN C. Purifoy ABH2 J. Ritchie AA H. Rogers S'K,y Q Q W 1 2 ' 5 8.5 ,I uvp L'-Si if ' 1 AA G. Styons AN V. Tallaferro AN R. Thun AN W. Tompkins ADJ3 S. Viars AN W. Walker AA R. Weikle ABHI W. Whitus AN W. Wood AN J. Wrider N-..,.,, V SMA eh P' ?""W'fi'5ll"SL"'!"x' i 'tl'i'145li'Q'zf5'l'i'i:lhl' I m'w'rafL-vi .. , ,,,. . ,. V-4 DIVISION ' Wil" LT David B. Dixon V-4 DIVISION OFFICER m e ' f , , . - I . ' fyfi ' . i s . '- J ' -22'-2.524 'W 'iiiff-2 . ' I ' '- . .ig ,- g Illl 1 :T "il l "-k ' ' fp" fm gi. ' C LT Antonio B. Rodriguez W-1 James T. O'Keefe Sling., V-4 Division is responsible for the safe storage and issue of all aviation fuels. The Division's iet engine fuel storage capacity exceeds one million gallons. V-4 also stores and issues aviation and automotive gasolines and aircraft piston engine lubricating oil. Equipments employed to carry out assigned duties are distributed throughout the ship, from stem to stern, from the 03 level to the seventh deck. V-4's rigorous program of fuels quality control insures that only the finest uncontaminated fuels are issued by AMERICA. , 6- -,, I, 3 g ABFC i.. E. Burnett V- . cg, r ABFC J- E- Maffefn f ABFCJ. B. Reveis - ..,, , ,Q V.3.i.i 4 ABF3 K. Aho 'I I ' , 3 ABF3 R- Cox ' ABF2 c. Crandall "it.., ,' - , it lv 'V --:- ri-.1-"7 ' , . ,....,,..' AZ .W dis-.' f' ,v ABF2G'C""me' 54" wg, 1 -v-. I 5' P5 g ABF3 K- Daw i.'t . gf. ff-'t - AN H- Davehtfev """ , .f ABF3 A. Degolyer - 35. gf .,1s W x 5' 'Q - -1 D' .fi- " '1--,. 1 ,, AN V- Fanh Q, 2,1 ?fQgf .,,,, i, .5 ABF1 w. Fox -.ttf I I .,.. ,'. L . f4,p.j. .. , I 179 mr ' ,.f4w x, A ! L AA R. Gearheart A 4 Jj AN meander ' A :A1 ' fl? ., ' , J A i ABFAN R. Gregorv 5 A f""l ' 'V,:' , AA C. Harris , , , my -. f ABF1M.Har1sfieId "-"" " - "Tv ' ' ABF2 H. Hooker 37' A y H- 74 AN G. Hughes Q Q " 1 1 j AN R. Humphrey vfzff4pwMw 3142 , hw-A 5 503 4 1+-1 3E.ffW.4 ,, , I . .3 . V' , Lf, . I' ' yi 3, gil . r , W 4 rc: 72 .Aw we 'X We 1 2 j fy I "1 I :sq ABF2 J. Hunt AN L. lmel , ABF2 C.Jones Z. ABF3 L. Kaniewski ABF2 L. Keihn AN F. King AN R. Lageson AN R. Lamping .H ,V ABF3 J. Langley QL ABF3 W. Laux 'ir ABF2 J. Leonhart Y AN J. Lenzer 'W' 'C' AN L. Lussier ST... AN J. Martinez ,,,, Aiwig M ABFAN J.Marrin l AA L. Mashek l J A ,..,,. ,, .5 W ... . fa ' . , '51 ' A A T , V ,., ,. ,jxy if ..,m,f:,i3 A. A if 'w 4 x 5. fx? S . W E K we AN R.McGaniard J R Y kg , AA L.McGram f 3:4 ' A A"" if fir' AN T. McLard -ri fi S , 5' ' ' ' . f' AE3 G.Me1Z A+ Q5 I, NV . A N AN Moore . A x 5-1 Q ,5 Q I , ABF2 D.Morgan A ,L ,fx H, A gf. ,gf AN R. Olsson 'ff' X5 ms .FS w AN T.0neilI 1 ' P fi ' Q 1 We AN P. Page ,rg . AN R. Prince Jaw J , 1-'r' 7 ABF3R.Rei1mayer .,.',5.,v,y A1'-A' 31 11.0, ABFAN mnenfrow W K I 5 ,W I AA M. Schulfl AN M. Rogers 51 A AN D. ROWIEH 'J AN H. Sanders A W 5 Q 1 v I Y ,,1.1 . N' A A?A.N 1-'- . AN J- SCO" - ' AN J. senn 'H A V,,,.A A 1'Q 2 - is . A '- AN D. Seyse , is A : " "A-"" f ABF3 D. sidwen ig 4. . , H, ADJ3J. sochacua "" 13, ' 351. N . , - AN asrernng PM 1 ,.AAf ,AA , AAT. sf. John Ui? is ' '...' , if AB F2 C. Taucher Z! X 7 A if f V4 if ' 'f ff, , f X191 f 5 Q11 52 '55 Y f f 73 nuff 4 v -W f , ,, 5 , 1 ff E Wx 0 1 I ... rw 'T' f 1 4, ff . " 4. ' A A eff, 4 A FT 'ff V . "W" W I K'-'f'W7'1f 1 ., v,V!: 7 ..,. , f 1 X ...Jgzmr 9 , 1.41 , . AN C. Tavlor ' A'A-1 W 4... .. . . ii 1 AE3 w. Tone AV'A1 . jf, 3 1 , 1 fQ AN A. Toro , V j ..-1 A A I :Al A f AN G. Traband ' ' 9 4 l AN J. Triebull . wh J AN K.TschumperIin ABFI E. Turrieta V ,. AN K. Vanskaik , zz' " V l 5541 ' W f"1 Q . .Z .fi b A AN T.Ves1er .." 1 an A1 . ?' 'Hifi-.. - A W, ,, V, 7? .Af if.: ' ABFAN W. Vmcent ivl f .... ' AA D- Wa"aCe A'i" V j ,xl. " yn ABF2 L. Ware W!! AN G. Watson ABF2 B. Whisenant AN J. Willie ABF2 u.. winn g R., A' 1 xx I I V viv. ' ' .gtg 'cm K -""Fi1U'? HELICOPTER comm SUPPORT snuA Two DETACHMENT sqbirv-six .t 1 182 X-5 i' Helicopter Combat Support Squadron TWO, Detachment SIXTY-SIX CHC-2 Det-667 is a detachment of'HC 2 at NA - S Lakehurst, New Jersey. The detachment operate-s three Kaman UH 2A " - SEASPRITEH helicopters with I0 Officers and 37 l' en lsted men. The detachment mission is to provide helicopter transportation of passengers, cargo and mail to ships in company. The detachment helicopters are on call for immediate launch 24 hours a da y, and are frequently called upon to launch at odd ho urs for missions of mercy To date AME . RICA has never left port without HC-2 DET 66 on board LCDR 'r.s. Hale OFFICER-IN-CHARGE LT G.M. Maricich LT G.C. Houser LT J.P. Meyn LT G.A. Foss LTJG T.L. OISOn LTJG J.F. LeC0rn LTJG L.D. Lorren LTJG R.W. Ahearn LTJG C.M. Hartwell AE2 G. Cefaldi AMS3 J. Cooley AMS2 J. Depolito TN C. Gelviro AMS3 R. Hallock AMH3 J. Hann ADJ3 D. Harris ADJ3 D. Hatfield ADJ3 R. Hughes AN R. Jack ADJ20. Jarema AEZZ. Jarema AN D. Auerswald AE2 J. Bealier ATN2 D. Bellemare ADJ2 P. Borneman ADJ2 W. Brereton AN P. Carroll Q . f V ' 5 s , lk Q . RX! ug. M 9. . -...A - A E .gfy ,, I .Big ,li T X ' 5 ZA X 3' 'I Y l, 3 Q Qsw I so H3 S D S 52. M Qs , 3 is i "" A 'rf' a h V' ll ' 31 x 5 f v Xxw Y git Q QM. "Q " Em... j sg N ,sw s v lx new X fx 4 - W A ay, 'Q 1 -:'., fix" X - ., V.- , Q , Ng SN R. Jones ADJ2 M. Kelley AZ2 D. Kiser AMH2 W. Logan PR3 G. Ludwig ADJAN R. Malanga AMHI F. Marr ADJ3 P. O'Hara AN M. Olson AN H. Patten ATR2 E. Pogue AZ2 S. Rondeau I 'A "'la"i'f,.'.,.LLA-, I J 5 5.13-A F---sq Ag, Wi ,wg ADJ3 J. snarpe ATN2 c. spiers AMH2 R. Smith ATN3 R. Stauffer AE3 L. Thompson ADJl B. Willeford Y' 'HV I 4523 '.T"7 'Q 'T' .fxl spawns "1 3 'ff .. 5 , -51" , , . x' , . 1+ 61' 1 , Nu, I 1 .., 1. .,..,-. V V It x 'Wx I.. -A.. UH'- vfm:4'u.w'm.f4w,?1M346!M?lHiiH9" ' . M1 ,A I ,,. . -H-3-:QA-T,.L-.,.,---,., Y.,'-nr-115135-3:---v 1'2" -. , .:i...LL.':'g,.1,::.:t., .,"",44'. ,-, .. ,,. ...- ,.f , ,,,,:...,-.-A - . - '4.a...".-."T.J - -v- .-- 5 ,. 1.40.-.4 - ,.,- , ,., . ....., .q......... . . , -, ,......,-X-A ..1..--.- . 1..- . -1 "922?:,,'-. , 2 ,,g.-5, , ??f., 132235 v la - 1:?T?fiW , . SA - I 'iff ,,afWd,..,u' ,X F ' 5,1 . 4 3 3 93 .. M, ., 4 L P Sa , , x , , 4 ,, ,X Ju 1 , 4. . rw t I-:mg - 1 ' -Y-Q:f..' N l Iva U fair, ,, 5 . ' ' 1 N, xx X 9 1 , I f 5 . " W 3. 'r . 4 N, my If , 'Q - : r 1 5 1 fjffw' Q iiiiiiffl . . xii-?g4s1:?iS1f ' '."' J.. -1...-we... ' ..'::..5 ...,...:::-:::.:::r", , ,,v--1. ' ' A g Win- :g5:.:.r'g::f'F7 13274332-7' 1 'f'.l7 t' ,,, 493911: 5 "'.,f - Ti ' -, .f-f-rm. - - y ., 5, , ..,.. .mvyrrf "Z" rv -,- 5,, ' "1"a':fI ""' ,U .4 K' . - , U ,W 7 V . ...At L1:z.r:l!:!.,i -,, ,B Q . U.,:,,g,'z',.'-,W-w:'-1--,a,1-w ..:w:r.mmq131,g wx ,- 1 . 'ff X I fm' - f f f v f -' ' 5 , AOCM J. Morton, GMCM G. Wind, AOC C, ir.:- ,W' ' kvb. 5 - 3? rgg .. A ' x . ,. ' 5 ' ., ' ' is r ' M s f , A ff' gil ,,,"'t J la DIVISION V V 4, is M W ' f fm sy M ,I Y 7 , i , Q , Id W nf? Lcon F. chapman LCDR R. Collins l.coR J. Hamernlk Lcon R. Phelps .i llf, i W, "G" Division, the largest division in the F L Aircraft Weapons Group, has charge of 'b all conventional ordnance in AMERlCA's 3 rs ,Z In jf ever ready arsenal, except guided mis- if M 'sbt , I QA v , ,X .Q 4 , . t 'Q .40 f i-,, , 7 ' l ff! ENS J. Behneff ENS G. Eldl'idg9 CW02 E. Colley 745 Qji? '?W9 3-gz,m.'v ,VVA I f --g f -Ve- ,Q ,. W , fffefiaf M 4 ,. fr . D. g Bunch SIIGS. "G" Division is further subdi- vided into G-I and G-2 Divisions, G-l Division, comprised primarily of Aviation Ordnancemen, is responsible for all upper deck ordnance stowage areas, care and operation of weapons elevators, stowage and maintenance of ordnance handling equipment, and issuing of ordnance to squadron personnel for loading onto air- craft. G-2 Division, comprised of gunners mates, is responsible for stowage and maintenance of magazines, operation of the Ship's Armory, care and issue ot small arms and ammunition, and care of Landing Force equipment. Personnel from both G-l and G-2 share the respon- sibility tor breakout and assemble Of various ordnance components into wh0l9 rounds ready to be loaded onto aircraff- 5 . I, lm l I lillllllli 5 l 5 4 i 1 ., Lg "9" lf .4 , l 'Y 5 f If ' N -A et.. QM- if AOC W. Giffbrd, GMGC S. NBIIY MRC A. Speer, AOC J. 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Greene, GMG2 T. Harden, AOAN J. Har- rington, GMG1 S. Harris AOAN J. Hartman, A02 C. Harvey, YN3 D. Hay- nes, GMG2 H. Hester GMG3 E. Hoover, AA L. Howard, SA G. Howard, SN R. Hubbard AA G. Jackson, A03 N. Jacobson, AA T. Jarkow- sky, AN L. Johnson SN D. Jones, GMG3 K. Kelley, SA A. Lawton, SN T. Lewis 11111 . 5 N1 'K' J h N I 'Q ,. A03 R. Mardis A03 M. McCormack AOAN J. McCosker GMG3 E. McGee AOAN D. Mekeli A03 H. Melgaard SN J. Menough A02 R. Mitchell GMG3 F. Murray A02 C. Murrell ' .h...44.,. - F " A03 T. Love W ,M V Z i on A - . wad T V' 3245 'vLLf'z3M'7f'4 .. . X f W7 W I V V I L I , f Ha if my Z' T' f .4 Q , "W 'f1..w'! ,'f. TS' 1 ' A-ff , f I fr ., ,-,ff -f-1 fp., M, gc, V, -...Q I J J if Q X Q X 1 J . .vz ., ,, X f i,.,Z, Q 14 SA T. NiC0li ff , Jvfw .,.,.. A ,.,,. 2 AOAN H. Ollar .... . ,q 1 M f 5 A01 S. Pike V ,, GMG2 W. Prettyman . 'ff AN T. Radomski Aeer', 4 A03 R. Rose AN L. Ross GMGSN J. Scammahorn AA S. Severson A03 J. Shibley YNSN R. Sleyo SN W. Sl0an A01 A. Spangler A03 Nl. Sf9I'l9I'S0l'l A02 W. Taylor SN D. TeCSi SN R. Tesla SN W. Thomas A03 F. Tomblin AN G.Walra1h A01 S. Wilcoxson , .1 VVV. fa xl fffm f-W , ..,,. . J, J ef? 22 1 .515-'W H if . K .,,. , A 1 X fy ,, 1 D 1 ef T A ' ,,.. , WW . A ga. , 9' 'Q 5? " if W .Q . A - A .1 R7 ,, .'-. 5 , ' , I H ,YQ 'L ' cg f f ee"e' .,.. J I . GMG3 e.wilkerson ' 1 , i GMG2 R- W0"'hi"9"" 2: 5 79 ..,. 1.260 1, li I u it I. II M I II, We III . M C Ii fi I III" , I II .M It I Qi iii IJ' lin III? I . .l il , Iii" :Z ' In 'XI i .i it I I Ifr il If If I I VII 'III III' iii I ill . V. 1 iii if I 2.5 ,,, Ma II Il ,. i it I .I li 'I -1 i I I 'IIA I 6151 II .it ii? Il iii Zi, ii: i'l fi I lf' I M. 192 M. I A if -...sary 5.33, - .fs -A i is , ' "f wiiQ'f1 I f 3 r ff vili 'lfi . 23 ' . sig - ' 1' -ff2"fLfsg I I I W W . N b,., f 35 ll .4 X x I CDR Ronald J. Kurth W DIVISION W Division is responsible for the as- sembly, maintenance, preservation, in- spection, testing, and handling of special weapons. The division is responsible tor delivery of reliable weapons to aircraft loading crews and the supervision of safe loading operations. 'r 5, 2 .,f,Z,. V V ,,,,, M Q X ,, 1, a v I I ' f is-5 Z , X. ' 'V f 24 xc, , A J, ,,. V ls ,fy 1 it iw my GMT2 J. Allen, SN A. son, GMT3 G. Clay. SA R. Dailey, SN J. Daniels, GMT3 S. Day, SN R, Elliott, Jr. va , fm ne L ,fag 2, f " v LCDR Jack M, LTJG Christopher J. W0 Charles E. Mahone Kennedy Volk lV Case, GMT2 P. Christen- GMTC C. W. Frans GMT3 R. Fenn GMT3 M. Gleason GMT2 F. Gowins GMT3 G. Henderson SN R. Kraemer GMTSN R. Kuhn SN J. MacArthur GMTSN L. Messier - .LJ.Lh..m.. .. .-..L, . , ,.,, ,ca v Q ee ASW' 1 .1 fox V V my 'J 42 1 'vvf 7,9 'yy i . , .wk M I, hy. 1 , 9 5 wwf 5 3 4 fx.. V-Q Y Y., i , ,, K W X f 26 .. 4. 1 fu . J 3" R ef, ,ia V we tw . ,hae '-:rv "iw, 1 SA J. O'Connor, SA E. Schattenberg, GMT3 E Senter, GMTI R. Short SN R. Snyder, GMT2 E. Stanchfield, SN C. Weber GMT2 C. Wheatley 1 Q I 5 , FTM2 I. Ff. man,FTM3C FTM! J. Kaw SAB.MarSh8 FTW B. M RQGMFTW "' "' 5114 if---1 , sf. -'-. ,- s. 4 'L -"V . . . S. 1 is wa 'Q S K. ,Q ' A Yin, if We N' .- QQ Q., ss ff K.. .W ' TV FTM2 N Frase FTM2 D Harris, FTM1 C. Her- FTM3 J Karr FTM3 L Kush, FTM1 T. Lecki, FTM3 B Morgan, Jr S L. Organ, SN R. f fi SN W. Robertson FTM3 H. Rush FTM2 T. Scherer FTM2 D. Shields SA D. Smith FTM2 T. Stresewskl FTM3 F. Stroh FTM2 J. Tabor FTM3 J. Tolbert FTM3 J. Walls SN T. Williams FTM2 J. Wifkins I, I I l I l I Tw li I . I I I i I l I l I AM DIVISION SAM Division maintains and operates the Terrier Missile Launching Sys- tem, consisting of two double arm launchers, the associated missile handling equipment and inventory of Terrier missiles. W0-I J. Fairchild Frrvic M. Ekdam, olvicg H, -4: I 5' H? if H-if L i,.e Ni, GMM3 G. Anderson A I' 1- nl . .9 q , m g J at GMM3 D. Ball w . " 'Q ' -.9 4. Engl! T"'s":' GMM3 J. Benbow H' A " GMMI M. Ceci 1 f "T s . . if 'Q Kr. it A Tx xi ' -... SA L. cena ,,, ,K 2, 9 gsm'-f".,I - 'm-" FTM2 J. Debenpon A 15 . 'tg A FTM2 R. Edelman - I SN T. Grove I ' lv' 1.5 ' N F' F1'rvl2M.Hominski M J , g li U fi GMMI B. Jackson 45? ' . A ' " qw f GMM2 P. Koehl Q Xxi. 1' T' O.. ,, ,M SN H.Meloy vi Q - "I I' :ll Amit lr 'Asst WERICA E nssiles. T ,f f wr .ffmwff I if 7 , .J UD air-iw 1 ' :Q If . , . , gli' V " '. j, I , . fun " A ,' I 'T' R' fr ,ZW 1: ?1"- GMMSN B. Pancoast X . In IIIG Avig 'sz' Q9 .. 1 I SN B- Parker 'Q S- . X 'X f Division ig , I X W ' " FTM2 C. Ponder 'N New I H 1 j . . SN M. Prescott lx . Slmbly, 5,5 fr . X I X WIIII9 bell I' as I , V X' 196 'J' 5 K SN E Reyes A' Q FTlviF3J Rusin 6 6 I SA R shun SA D Skinner 6717 W W .Gm A '-ls SNM Sorrells SAL Urban GMM3D GMMIJ Whitaker Urbansk' YNW' W" On ha'I96l ceo M50 responi and franspi larggl I f 5 dfljfle Used 5Ul'faQ9.,0-ai "-ifizxliiifilw isfwznzs' f RilVC9lifF"i'i ENS Runald A. Allbee One ot the trio of divisions which make up the Aircraft Weapons Group, AM Division lAir Missile Divisionl has charge ot AMERlCA'S Arsenal of aircraft-launched missiles. These include the Sparrow and Sidewinder air-to-air missiles and the Bull- up air-to-ground missile. Comprised of men in the Aviation Ordnanceman rating, AM Division is responsible for the stowage, as- sembly, disassembly, testing, and trans- porting between magazines and flight and hangar decks of missiles. ln addition, it is also responsible for the stowage assembly, and transporting of the AQM-37A missile target, a high-altitude, supersonic target drone used in firing exercises by the ship's surface-to-air missile batteries. AOC L.P. Bee t .3 ' .1 , E 5 la. i ,A ,. W. my , Ji 1 A . I- A, Q W jq W 1 4 . Qi'f7""""'? rv A .A . W A03 T. Ball, A01 H. Brown, S. Dexter, A02 S. Dubernas A03 T. Duff, A03 N. Economos, AOAN W. Emery, A02 D. Furmanek, AN M. Gavin, A02 P. Hoerner, A03 H. Hopkins AM workin M, SA D. 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Jr fx , If . .. af f . . ??Z , .5 , ' " 3 LCPL H. Cosme N... ' . 7, wx . ,,,.' ' -," 2 . . , . ' CPL J, Dalman F Gigi.. JQ V , 73. 1 I 4- A. ,. ry V, ,V ' .,.rr1 A 1 ,il A A f CPL J. Dean: ", " f 5, LCPL P. Dunderdale rw- H Ag' ijt. F. V -. 'rs . V . 7,4 lx f J fx B if 1 1: ir "f, .f I., V " ! I liu PFC S. Dupont 'F' VW" 'VAQ E V . .. Q AA"' E " " 5' 1' PFC G- Ebbs .149 ,,r ' ifwi 6: " J PFC H. Edwards -J A ' 'f a . P' LCPL w. Frommeli SGT J. Gage LCPL J. Gordon PFC L. Gordon M. PFC H. Griffin f-1-,CP-P ,W- AITEW I0 PFC J. Henseu C .B ' PFC R. Hewey 5,1 PFC J. Hogan ' "' PFC J. Holi 1- 5, PFC L. Hixson PFC C. Huff V, PFC F. Hunter .5 LCPL J. Inzenga ,T 1.x F Q -' fxX PFC C. Johnson PFC R. Karst ,' .3 Q PFC P. Kawas 'x . ,. 5 fd I PFC B. Kennedy .J , js -rf' i . . , ,. 1 "' K , 9 K. ,.LL rf.. il' ii I ' 'av s K ...,.V !,, . L: f" X ix ',i,1 f ' ., K .X X .X 8 -- -Y KV .: . iw. vs ' ' S X . " Q 4 X NP' f warp. , .. X-iw . 4, 'CI if .wi .jg . . l ' 1 1 M I A .. R ? " . ...Kr Q" ... 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M , X , ,wf4ZQQf , AW , Z! if ff W 4-,yfihgf 'Gif LT Virgil G. Cox Auxiliary Officer 'K' ,up f 1 I' I 7' I 204 , X! f.Qi,,,MB A DIVISION ENS Jerry L. Houle CWO-2 Paul J. Pfleckl 5-.X fx fm The Auxiliaries Division incorporates sev- eral widely diverse ship's service activities aboard AMERICA. The division operates and maintains all maior hydraulic and diesel equipment. lt provides steam heat, air con- ditioning, refrigeration, and chill water for the comfort and convenience of the crew. The division's compressed gas plant pro- duces large volumes of liquid oxygen and nitrogen and its machine shop provides pre- cise machinery repair for all departments. 5 - ,f 3 3 11 'vs ll' T51 I I f it . 'Q i ' I as ' 4 .-' ' ' p Q I , nz 5k 4- il- in MRCS P. R. Heeter, MMCS H. L. Koerwitz, MMC G. F. Cook MMC D. E. Potter, MMC T. L. Tucker, ENC E- C.Wesley ,f 'r www? 5363, 5 . 0.1103 ' 1 "'5,1'3.. sea, .al i"g'+ 9753-1 I 1 I Kam' ww -' A . X . .M .l Q -1 sig U . Q . ' 4 K X, .1 U . MR2 J. Abbott '3 -Q MM3 J. Anderson Pk X 4 MR2 J. Atwood FN B. Avila MM2 B. Bagby MMI F. Balbach 5. : 1 FN D. Banks j' ' MM3 J. Blanke 5 MM3 J. Bonillo MM2 J. Bunton if Q V. . 2. MR2D.Ba1es 32 " " 7 6 Q x S I ,. A . - -,s:.:' V.. ' ' , A TN C. Contreras MM3 H. Cubbage FN G. DeGross MRFN W. Coucette FN F. Douglass FN M. Ferguson FN J. Fiorito EN3 J. Fore MMFN D. Frasier MM F N R. Frietzsche FA G. Burroughs J FA G. Burton - 'A A MM2 R. Bulter f .swg - M . .V . FN M. Calhoun FN s.capunari f ., 5 Q M MRFN L. Choiniere MM3 W. Cilles .5552 "'-' I ENFN T. Claunch MM2 R. Clemmer j g ,, FN P. Collins f fr' . A '- 'Q 'WK ' f. A gs ww V , A if " ' .Q ' J- -. I - , '?iQz7 ' I A A A .r .2 .f ,Q ,, ., V X Ou.. E l K l f I I S tl iw I ll li 5 l li J lf W Q l 5 NJ I 1, li 'v ! l ll I ,1 v 1 y.. 1 , ., ifir XJ R k ' 9 . , ir 'il . Q51 FK 206 . ff M, 'fr a yr cv..w . 1 ,V 1, x MM3 D. Husted MM2 J. Johnson MM3 A. Kadar MM3 R. Kelly MMI J. Kent EN3 J. Koesler MMFN P. Lake FA F. Lavornia MMFN E. LeMay MM3 R. Linden EN2 D. Frost FN R. Gallimore FN R. Gedraitis EN3M. Giard MM3 J. Gill, Jr. EN2 J. Green EN3 J. Hackbarth FN E. Hardy MM3 H. Harris MM2 D. Huhmann - , . fn FN D. Makara EN3 R. Margetin MM3 M. Markus, Jr. FN F. Martin EN2 R. Matthews EN1 G. Miller 4. ,ff FN J. Murphy j A. ENFN F. Murry " MM3 P. Myers FN P. Neal yy. , f Q 4 ' 'riff ff ,,.. ff, 1 f J an ' 1 1: - . ., Q54 ' , ff , W ,, V V, I I .f fri I A I Y -53? " ' 51.55 . fi W A x 4 .ja , , ,A H. MMI H. NiCh0IS V 911 hy X gi, .ff W -x sf N I i 'S Q' . J an JV 4, I 1 ' A . ff-f-M. M Y. V bw: -. - QQ -,J ,lib 6, .f N- ,. 4 ' A ' ' fr .., ' V X M Z ,f , u-.. .. MM3 R. Sandlin FN B. Sazama MM3 R. Schneider MRI R. Schouten MM3 M. Slagle MM2 T. Smith FN C. Stackhouse MMI J. Sfahl FA R. Sf Michel MM3 T. Stroud I - . E'?'7?fTlll! I - . ' ' 2 MMFN M. Ogden FN R. 0'Shields MM2 D. Overcash FN J. Reed MM2 R. Reniz FN J. Roberson, Jr. ENFN J. Rudnicki MMI D. Rymer MMI R. Salayi ' Q ,f..j4' wi, , , V :I K ll Y.,-9 X - -S21 -' -di . v . X" ., 'J .ff 2. "' VJ ' H , .ff , . Q, .VC 1,0711 .,W,, , .41 , ...Q ,. - 1 x ' t 4' lf' f ' I ff O 4 55 ' ff Q L ' , S5 4 fx W 1 f FN 'l .vw ' ,I f ,jf 2 I lun fl, . Z A V FN R. Strout 0 , f X gr- MM2 W. Sturm . '..- - .... gf .Vg FA M. Tacchi - . :....V. EN3 T. Vanderlaan "':' ' -'f' f FN E. Washer .l:,,. ,W . in .55 W MMI D. watson MMFN J.WiIIel1brink - MR3 S.WiIIiamS FN B.WiIIiamS MMFN J. W00dS, II .. iw? 2 ?' j an iii ' ,K . A A "'e EN3 E. wragm FN C. Yantz 207 1....-...,......................... v......, - J...-V .. ..x..,-.1 ., .1 -1 f -W f-V4 - -.V -.ef 1 V- . - . J- '- 2' ' l 208 '22 . EIIDFVISHCHV H n M7 I f' 'YQ KJ LT Antonio F. ENS Donald W. CWO-2 William F. DeSantis Mattice Cartwright ' 'L BTC D. G. Osborne BTC G. E. Waldrip "B" Division is responsible for the operation and main- tenance ot AMERICA's eight l200psi boilers which supply steam to the main engines, turbo generators, and catapults, as well as various other pieces of auxiliary machinery. In addition to the maintenance and operation crews in each of the four main machinery rooms, B Division also has a Fuel Oil and Water Lab, an Automatic Combustion Control Shop, a Catapult Crew and a Boiler Repair Crew. The Oil Gang is also responsible for the receiving and transfer ot Fuel Oil. an .. , li Va 'I 1 7 A 1 -,.4 -If 2 3 1 ie -Q 5 kt - r Ja-. I Q ,T5Yw " 1 ' .ggi Vw W FW ' . LKB: - X 1 Qfp.:-ze'f-ff -jwixg I A, ,C ...,.. . E C . gl .,,.. , "i . rf h Q. ' 'E .:Q i. . Ast..- t-e.t .'B. - I, i 5-Q "gill-i + . t ,f Q. , dj l K Svxivxfxk :r , ,. BTFA T. Adams, BT3 J. Angel, BTl A. Balaiadia, BT3 R. Bartoli, BT2 J. Beeles, BT3 R. Bennett BTFA J..Bethea, BTFN J. Bishop, BTFN L. Bradley, BTFN J. Brown, BT2 G. Browning, BT3 M. Brummet STI W- Brvan, BTI K. Bun, FN J. Burd, BT3 F. Bustos, FA s. Bye, BTI J. YEYS s a lery FAS Cor BT? J Dall Dimnville FN RG99 B iltlll FAR G l ijc B tl ', : b I 1 lT.CIlen, Fl, l, SQ l 5 ay! . C tv D I l J. W' s. nw' 'll .X " 4 .'., Q A V K ,t -,..,. 1 4? H , V. V .D v I ,nn ' Vg'-N V X. l . 1, f Q fl ,S f - l ,r ' ' as nw , - ' " ' '- ,xilxfs ,A,., -- , ,r nw-' ,y ., ia ":', l F 14' Q9 ww I 6' 8 A , -A ' J A' J, .J -su, nn,-.4 I X L A :,. XX 1 H! FA T. Callen, FN F. Carvalho, FA B. Coffee, BT2 J. Conner, FN G. Con- very, FA S. Cordovano BT2 J. Daly, FN C. Daniels, FN D. Dlugokenski, FN M. Dodge, Dontonville, FN J. Garner FA R. Geel, BTFA J. Gehant, BT2 B. Gilmore, BT3 T. Gordon, Grant, FA R. Grant I , M-.. BTI R. BT3 R. -........,..,...........-,-,.,...., --Y..-... ..- 1.--.. - .f ,, -.N .f. ,- 4. .V , Q - . "" """""'-w"'Mw-- f -,,.,, 209 ff I ri, I -1 .f4..-.-..-.' -'nn-u-nu-.V . . ' I 1 is ll i E w F I 4 1 A I n .KI V . w W , ' J 'f Y" ix? , ra nz -Aw, , . 1 ff! . ff f Q 1 'isis , , ..,fI,.. .,,1,21i'1:' . . n a ,Lf I X, A1 1 ' 4v , ,. .59 H ? x if Q ' 29 ' U in ,ffm . .v., AR K 21. , 1 em, V 4 1' fli fr U f H 4 'A2' I BT3 D. Hackett, BT3 A. R. Helvey, FA W. Herring BTI R. Hillsman, BT2 J. Jones, BT3 T. Kenney FA E. Knoshaug, FA W. Locke, FN K. Long . -., 'Q A V iv, X '41, is Q. A-.' 1 3' A V 1 f iii l U 4 Z , f i Q-.1 w ,' -' f M . -A Q ' YQ ' , ff V' . " f, - -- f1'4Q.,,I ' My . I , f . .L ' . 5 , cr., 'A rs' , ' - of .I ..,1. X H , I 'J , J I-. iw., F7 If -3 1 . If A sl ' 5 AJ 1 J .. ak l 'WV , A v 1, ,Vo ' V ,L ,, ' N - .wf Haiduk, BT3 J. Harsmanka, FA D. Hatcher, BT3 Hilson, BT2 F. Jackson, FN W. Johnson, BT3 D. 4 I Kozuch, FN P. Kuebler, BTFN P. Lewis, BT3 D. V, if ,291 JF? 56 ' ,if 5 wi ,, ki 3 2 , 1 F 5 1' U ., fs J PL 5- J' 5 ia H W1 6 111 N , U 1 J 210 f X if W ZX I .Q . ,J 5 il ' iii. , .., on my 4: ' 2- eg If Jef f fi f 'AZ 5 ' , - af f! ' z' f ' I H xy Q Mx -v- W: .4 Q b w 4 Mg W , ,, -A if W: .3 ,fs 4- If " I ! N fs. 2, . Q I V 'V I ag 6 nf.,-5, 1 Q V V I 43 . 1 .. . N 'M H fee. 1. F. -H, if A Q , A I -16241 , - no M at 2 'P' lf' A - F- .2 W +2 ,W . , W ff f "0 f' FA J. Longworih, FA W. Magala, BT3 T. Malone, BT2 D. Manning, FN B. 1 Martin, BT3 D. McCartney BT2 M. Montgomery, BT1 T. Mortach, BTFN L. Niedermayer, BT3 J. Norris, BTFA D. Pamula, BT3 H. Peters FN G. Pimpare, FN D. Plyler, BT3 W. Raupfer, BT1 R. Reed, FN D. Reese, BTFN. J. Reese g. g "5-ff' '11 4 's-...I w t 211 i ,fy 212 '-MTX M -4 0 ' x WW, . if-ff ff 4 4 an 2' YH Q, K K K Y fs 1 lf rl J Q . .. , f . 5 Q ' ' 1 :A A' -H' 'W 1 :Aj a Z 1 ,WQ5 . ,'-' l img, W Z is A , 4 ,,-'T' ff." is lk ' Q -117 A, ' .ff . . . .- " H .5 E ' I 1: mw.: :k ff K v 1 he I . , K J "f": x.. 19 1 , . A' x . ,. "U, I 4 ,-,, ,J T fi' FA w. Willhelm FA R. Rutledge BT3 D. Schramm FN T. Sherman BTFN T. Sigafus BT2 J. Silva BT3 T. Skelly FN M. Steagald BT2 L. Stubblefield FA C. Tober BTFN G. Toles FN M. Vanderslice BT3 R. Velecheck BT3 C. Walsh BTFA P. Walsh FN D. Wheeler FN R. White LCDR Hillary M. Mitchell Electrical Officer I.-1,49-q.q4g.:., . f' f 1 ' -f s M" A 5 'YI' fiff'-ggi. E DIVISION "E" DIVISION is composed of Electri- cian's Mates and Interior Communications Electricians. EM's stand watch on genera- tors, switchboards and control equipment, maintain and repair power lighting circuits, electrical fixtures, motor generators, ,dis- tribution switchboards, and other electrical equipment. IC's maintain and repair in- terior communications systems, Gyrocom- pass systems, amplified and unamplified voice systems, TV systems and related equipment. r " ,,,a,ff I if M X I ENS John D. Grimes CW-2 Ramon A. Ymzon U -"' 17? Qfz7?'2f5f7W 'ff ' V ,iq I 'VVV I ' l gi- 0 rj, f - f, '13 99 I lm' - ,Q , 'f Q 5, 2 ff' 1' ,. f I , fi I 14 f 'af 7 M f ff? A W fff,fj W fff ff , ,f 4 y X 1 1 f, f on - ,.. ' . , -4 1 f v WX -.' f X I -af f f ' 1,0 if Q7 , 4 'Q . , i , , EMCS L. E. Olson, EMC T. C. Cannon, EMC D. G. Davis, EMC Z, 'f D. FBQSEI' I My Zi! X 4 . 47, l , ,f , ,.-, , , ,gy . , M , r - " . EMC R. H. Gibbs, ICC R. E. Goddard, ICC D. L. Ormesher, EMC F.W. Webster I 'f.+-izmazcaraif i.1r.1sf:fw '411til!lff:'F"n 213 , Q ff - , 'f 4' 9 C , , f -1 , v ,f ' 4 Y 3 ,Wy ,X 7 Fw 4 , . . , f , I -f 1 - X' 5, , i 0, 1 , 4 4 I h 'fo gf, ,,, 14,6 1, Lllf ix I, 1 Q! f an - 4 X ff A 'fi ' f V, ,, , X 5, W, C W I M if Q my 4 4 W 7' ' ,f ,, X , f EM3 J. Chastain EM3 D. Chavez EM? G. Cleaveland EM3 J. Cochran 2.1111 ,swan fu. , so-an-uw 1 -1. f .vc--ff Q11 9 1,1-gy-4 E'l'. 9 i""'f," EVL' ivcfrf' 'JL Zaxzcr EVQ- 22:12 C22 2 ."l2 EV2 1 MQ 4 EV? 5 2.5 .f f ' - f- .4 5'.'E": gffij 5 f,,.,. I ll' ' rr Elf SJQQ.. E-VFN 5 EAP W' 5. ,,. J, .i' IMI H. Combs IMK D. Coyle e , , :Mis W. Crlppen 4-L ' W' ' gf, ' uvxis JA cm: in ' 4 .- fffif lMrNs.Df-.ml f "' V-f ur .4 n. of-war " llvu sz. omqlo L' Y I MI N hr, Doherty a IN if l dlnqvr mf Y. .l 1 If ,K W. ljdwards. 1 ' 5 , fl ex H 3 1 . K -N Y xg X "3 A X C ' Q .- SC Y ' ' gh- s X-o .. MU ,v9"" Ng? 1 Y .K gd 1 . P V. ', If 1 i z 4 -.V f .Q . 1 . . X .5 ff ' wg, . Q My Y sf 2 K W ..- Y ', x 7? 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J we 2 5 -, ? ."' - . 4 A-'W it 2 'fn ' f.,.f' D . is s ' Y J' " , '5 ix' I sf' F2918 . ,' ,mv ' . .4 L ,X 2 .- . ' '- X 'E ' - . fv.. .f x A J v . Q I+- Y 4 1, 1' 1' i3v"f"n '4 ' ,..f 2 wi IC3 J. Morris ICFN M. Narwold EM2 M. Nichols ICFN S. Nimark EMI W. 0'NeilI IC3 J. O'Shea ICFN D. Ostendorf IC3 R. Patterson ICFN R. Penbera IC3 G. Percle, Jr. FN R. Peterson EM3 F. Phillips EM3 J. Probsi FN R. Prouty lC2 D. Rahn IC3 F. Repyneck, Jr. IC2 R. Rydel EM3 R. Sankowski ICFN P. Schaub ICFN A. Schultz EM3 D. Lee EMFN W. Lewis FN G. Lueck EM3 C. Mandel EM3 L. Mangel EM3 R. Martin EMFN R. Mayer IC2 D. Miller W . f M H .f ff 27' A ' 4 'ffl ,af , I 5. . . . ' -fw'. ,511.gg-.QI .W ' f f fy ffm, "1 M' fm. .W ,Y ' S'.,,.,.. A ,4 K .. . 5 I-'Q ..-V V. .4 . X EMFN J. Montgomery nl 9,6 . pi 4 I K M . ...Y if .4.3J. 4 gg Y . y , EM1 R. Schwaner 6 , 9 :cs R. scan 35 4 4 xg: FN J. Seemann 5 fm as Wu i , 'N lcFN s. Sheldon ag X f if p f FN w. snort X i H I Q ..Q,' .. f ,. fe - .,. , , ,.-v ..: n :ca R.shon A Q-AQ f e . 5' 'ef" EM2D.Sml1h EMI L. Smith My X, Ya q q':' ii- 'W' j FN S. Smolley I hp. e ' - EMI H. Snell EM3 J. Steen W IC3 E. Stephenson S ' ' e EM3J.Sobester .X X EMFN S. Spangnolo .Q Xa ' 2 I "num, E, - I ,- MZ X 1: I I I 218 ik! EM3 S. Stokes IC3 M. Summerfield IC3 S. Swartz EM3 P. Taylor IC3 D. Tutuska EMFN D. Vrbensky lC2 M. Walker EM2 J. Webster IC3 R. Werner EM3 W. West EMI J. Wheatley EMFN T. Wilkie l 'C x2-'M I If Q . V! fy! 4 ul 'K ,' J 9 'I 'f I , - I - , ,Q D ' , I. ' ' 1 We W-fi S' N ' . J I V I I 4.5 N132 . 'Y is ,avi g Q g , Z -. f I ' v t W' If --, S I I I ji' its - Q31 .V CK X I K, 5 c . ' .Am I ,x I L . I 1- S v -' a t - I ' 1' ' S . P . I I A .,' ' I F Q V . EM3 K. winiams ' EM3 R.wocher ' - ' ' Y . 1.XNiv.-Mai I I I I S R If .I . 1jff:'r,w-rfQi1 1 M DIVISION LT Johnnie T Barlow Main Engines Officer fl 2 fe Nuvic B B Mounts Nimcs R seigei The Machinist's Mates of M-Division op- erate and maintain the ship's main engines, ship's service turbo-generators and dis- tilling plants. ln addition, they control asso- ciated equipment such as pumps, compres- sors, valves, oil purifiers heat exchangers, governors, reduction gears, shafts and shaft bearings. The Machinist s Mate is constantly in the lime-light since his products com- prise the vital energy used by the ship in her mission. LTJG William A. Espich ENS Harry B. Brown SPCMB H Phillips MMCE H Hildreth MMCH H Kliem V ,.,' ' fr' ' g nyjffyffkz sau ' 'I . ,. 5 V ' X X X If fl Q 1 M? f 3 A 1,, 14,13 I f W T , , V . W V '1'1'1?l54 4 f f"" ' 1 y l w 'fvf y W' :ff 3 V' , f ' 'T' . . MMZM. Adams MM3 J. Aggeler MM3 F. Alexander MMI L. Allen MM2 D. Allison MM2 H. Anderson FN J. Anderson MM3 T. Anfonelli MM3 J. Ashling MM3 T. Barnett MM3 E. Barfles MM3 L. Beam MM2 R. Beam MM3 R. Betz FN J. Black MMFN S. Black MM3 S. Boerner MMFN J. Boyd MMFN R. Bryan FN W. Bucossi MM3 R. Burslell MM3 R. Cadenhead MM3 D. Carel MM3 W. Clayton MMI W. Couch MM3 L. Darling MM3 J. Dixon FA G. Donovan MMZM. Downs -l X E C". gf. ', C -v i N' A3 X . fg K 5' ? X. f' ,V 513 l 'Z 1 7f f w ff ,rv 'J 3 fx ' QA! ' J' 1 4 ?'4f'.,.3, A 'Q I .Y 2, ? ? . ' NWVTTHIS ' ,J , 5 ' MM3 B. Dreibrodt MM2 R. Elek MM2 R. Esteban I Us i I 5 MM2 F. Flippings MM2 V. Forsythe ,J FA S. Fabrico ' 2? a. 'Z' ?2'!'f V5 T. 1 ' '. 1' X wij K VI X 19 1 f 5 LU. FN C. Fowler ,pl FA T. Giannunzio swf I 7, . ,W ,. V 3 54, rv A if .,. . ' f 9 C I V QM W, any MM3 P. Gallagher 3,22 .. , ,, M K .4 x -1 R ' ' r 1 MMFN M. Golabek Q f MM3 A. Grothe -f .... ur MM2 0. Hardina ' X .-ll ' .gf MM3 J. Havens L ' ' 1- FN L. Hegge A I i ag V - V MM3 K.HeggenstaIIer 5 4, MM3 B. Hicks ' ' Y 5 ' 9 MM3 R. Hightower . 1 FN M. Hillstrom fi-' . -wfj l 'mf FN R. Hughes Eg? fqwrfrr'-'fffnx'f?1g z ' MMI L. Irmen V .. .wif - W gl 1 , MM3 D. Isola -if JR " , 3. M MM3 K. Johnson -7 ff MM3 J. Joplin J ,fj A ' 'T MM3 P. Kellor of WfW.W5"fW . Lf 2 FN A. Kline . W M' . f FN P.Lagattu1a ,.,:,. ,, MM1G.Lanf1 A7 G , -6... ,iii-,. ww J . 44 f fgfig.. f Ja- 4- ,133 if J 4 Q . 4 MM3 M. Leeds - ' f' Q 2 ., V. W .... . on .Z if . 5 ' FN T. Kemp Z b . -2 . jg 5 f F PN 4 FN G. Leger FN W. Lewis FN J. Loggans MM2 R. Ludwig MMFN C. Magee MMI R. Maharg MM3 G. Marsh MM3 W. Maynard FN C. McCranor MM3 W. McDaniel Q " f'Q.V '45, ,, 41.1 N "H: "Mg -fn 1 - V, - X W Q ,xx , 4 3 Q N ,. MVg,,!,E I A I - 'Z ma , .UW - ff dw Lv " I I I X W I I, 97 4 ' I , 5107! 'l'fW,,,s .f an 1 " if 4 y 1' ' A .e-Q' ,y X.. Af. K' a 1, W .. I f f., 4, Ji ,, , .1 an I if f 5'f:'.. 4 ' ff K fi MM2 R. McDonald MM2 S. McFadden FN J. McSwain FN W. Mickulicz MMI A. Migues MMI G. Morrell FA C. Morton MM2 H. Mullen MM3 G. Myers MM2 W. Myrick MM3 V. Neri MMFN M. Oneil FNND. Panasiewicz FN C. Pegg FA G. Peters MM2 L. Phelps MM2 R. Powell MM2 G. Pugh MM3 J. Randazzo FN J. Rayburn :X X 2 1 ,2 .. ai' . N I X--.- I f vs? '- so N . ? . .. a s F' I N if sf Q ...Q t V Q 3 , J 4 14... f 1 X f' 2 -i A E-w-eil' ' 2 J' rc' 4 ,A ., ,,,, gg X . D ly 47. 7 ff 1 4, 4 6 no I I' 5 1 MM3 R. Reimers MM3 D. Reitmeyer FN J. Renton l MM3 R. Roberts F FN P. Rodgers FA M. Roldan FN A. Ruiz MM3 J. Sambroak FN F. Sands MM3 D. Safterfield MMFN P. Schnee MM2 C. Schoaf MM3 R. Schultz MMI R. Selvoski MM3 J. Shoemake MM3 M. Silver FN R. Smith FN J. Snyder MM3 W. Souder FA R. Sullivan FA P. Sutton MMFN R. Thomas MMFN M. Tynan FN R. Vetter MM3 J. Vonhandorf FA G. Walsh FN T. Ward MMI J. Weber FA D. Wells FA S. Wozniak I mf , V V if 'J '2 FZ' an ' -. 'Aff I w,. ' 1 a 7 "" ' ' if ,4 -me .-- , , 4 M sf, ,I .Q raw. - 'Q " '1 ff W 1 W vi , .W ' Q X " A . I 1 -I 'I rx 1 F QA 'J 42.-V 1 O l l 552 'Qi n . - 2: W9 4 ps ' 'BJ K 223 224 R DIVISION Ango LT James P. Cowell REPAIR OFFICER taut , A my I S V DCCM C.C. Smith C V M : ,.7 .,.1,. DCC A. T. Kachmar gl W X u-,., WW 1-1 ,s .I 3- sFc R. F. oben " ff 'F SFC R. H. Cearley I f... .Y a x I The Repair Division is composed of Ship- fitters and Damaged Controlmen, who are an integral part of the ship's self-maintenance repair capability, These skilled ratings maintain vital systems within the ship, each functioning from well-equipped workshops. In addition to their various trades, these men are unique in performing another service protecting the ship from fire, flood- ing, and other marine hazards. Yr' rr M -rox ' ' A' - .- , 1 I M IIAH ,-'V . 5 S. I I bg M , I- Q., I .3 Q1 X Q' t 1 L. LTJG John C. W-I WaIterA Brodersen Schmid S f? 1 QQ.:- 'if Y 690 C4 fr. ,U . arm, me 'Nev-5,5 lee ,FQ 'G sm: E51 Qjfqsnm hey 'Q dw 4,6 ,W 1 . v., I www Sew pr I X W A A nc1 J. Arnold WQQJ1 if oca s. Austin I ' X X Rv.-Q FN M. Bahls SFM3 A. snake X' A . - rr f SFP3J.BoIyn rn... S A ,. 5, , Q QM., f, FN N.Boone F" 1 . PAAAQ ' .u 'Va in x .-F 4. sFP3H.Brancn f Ss., Dcz s.Brende f i'A' L IIAA 193 f' .7 , , DCFNT.Busic - ' DC1 J. cash, Jr. Q-nw , ' ' WNW. I ,." . 'R QT? ' 'Tix' A . . y. Q: 6 b Q. Y' v A FN V. CZ-ISIEI' ' I 9 ,hd 9 i,L5Q, 9 A' FR B. Cayer Tr' ' AN : JA- DC3 R. Chorney 'ui O . W, SFI R. C0llihS '4 ' SFM2 J. Conaghan " . . ff ' W' ' FN A. Conde ' ' ' A f . sFM3R.cook,Jr. ' oc3J.oaniels " Q A ' A ' A A- N A XJ sFM2J.oennis -Q. . r . A 9. Q , .X .. -...A F- Af-,.:,. -' A ,Xi fi 545 K f r .Q A AQA- 1 S' - WW ,,, FN D. Dewolf . x 2 Q ur '51, sz. ' ' DC3 T. Dickover SFP3 D. DFESSQI A av r 5 ...KJ , f FN C. Fazio . ,, A W, L, 2 f F 'f - A sFP3v.Franknn R.. .fr 'em . DC3 D. Frink r ' H F ' R 7 DC3 L. Garbrecht V - A DCFN E. Garrett , rd p ' sf 1 3.1 A fr ,. if ny, 4 Q SFM3J.Gavas,Jr. +1-, 1 fg.,f ii SFM3 s.Han1inon A - my ,-r- .:.. --rrf r " 1 1 F 32. ' DC2 G. Hammond X In W FN J. Harris '-r: . V. Q - DCI R. Hazletf 3 5453. 2 . 'I r 'Fw Q 3 V. M-w DCFN R. Heater a?' ,Ly f J - ri SFM3 R. Humphrey , 1 4, , f fr' V ,f 6. ,:Ar,, f SFP3 R. Jones H x f' 1 nM'P.i. - . , FN L. Keeton, Jr. FN R. Kemp 5 fr' V acfqgp r 2 - me DC3 R. Klarich WE,-rj ! 3 .3 1 X., A. J.. - sFM3D.KosceInik W as ' 'fi 'E FA W. Larson 225 226 gf v Y-J wg..- "Pdf I SFP2 B. Lassiter FA F. Laughlin DC3 P. Lewis FN D. Lucia DC3 V. Lyerly DCFN D. Marlin FA R. McNeil FN J. McNeil SFM3 W. Meaaor, FA R. Minaleu 1 lac . f" f ff ., ,L W 4 . W af ff, 3? 4 f , f 4 .f 55,3 3 f r My , 41' ' f 1 Q . R 2. in M ' 2 W .54 ' V , -s--,'24r14 ' 'swf' f," ,gf N' A71 'yy fa'-" -, y n Ig- i---5 ' ' ,117 V., V' 1 ' - .wg 4: 1 4 W V... ' I .., X , X 1 1' .!F.v ' . - Zz ' , ' W' ,vi ,. ., ASL, ,, 1: 1 ,f ,df 3, f ZQU 1. " ,sg ff ,ff ' i V i , E. s , f '52, .., if J f " ,ff ' Z4 W7 4 ,2 1 1 W 'Y""V, - . :fx , Q s s ' -if ng, ' "' . ' ,fi '15 Q . 9' ,,. , ' , ' 4'-'E-kg. ' gf., '- , 'M' iypiifizif ' ' A cv. , W - 'F -' ,L ' " H. .1 1 g ' V1 V , " I ' 13, .. 5 A f . X 4, f w fr .tv SFI J Milburn SFP2 C Mitchell DC2 W Morgan FA J Muirhead SFP2 J. Mulligan. DCFN R. Nuneville SFP3 R. Olson DC3 R. Phelps SFM3 R. Phillips FN M. Polilo FN D. Principi SFM3 R. Pruden FA P. Rockwell SFP3 M. Roe SFI D. Rohde SFM2 R. Roslosky FA K. Sanner FA M. Steele DC3 D. Stover SFM3 C. Stulz SFM3 D. Syverson SFP3 G. Townsend FA G. Tremblay FN F. Wagner DCFA R. Wilkes FN D. Willel DC3 R. Williams DC2 A. Wolfe FN D. Wood DC3 J. Wright X i 4 .4-. ' -1 A Z in I f"m"-'X WH: r-1 COMMUNICATIONS DEPARTMENT -Q7 T 'Q I H QQ? ' , .. 31,1 I 'WW LCDRR h dA Fdl COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER 228 13 d t I . I P A I LT L. Haskins LTJG R. Koester is mf ' ilxv N LTJG A. Menaldi LTJG B. Smith ,.,V , , . : Ay,7,f, r, 'fi' f, f Q, , I -'23 1' 4- ' if ,M , f 4 , , . I . I , r n my fr VV ij .. I ' 3' Fw 9,1- f V tiff . : ao. " ,W 't' 'L ..,,, X 1.5 , I RMC A. Polzin, RMC R. Ternahan .sf , ' j' U V yr I I Q., , x.LtS,. in .----pq' CR DIVISION CR Division provides the electronic ears and voice for the ship, Airwing and embarked Flag through its swift and reliable dissemination of all inco and outgoing messages. The men of the division per. form their duties in one of two maior fields - vgice communications or teletype communications. ln ad. dition, the entire crew benefits from the Ham Shack facilities available in Radio Four. ming - Q.: ENS K.MulIer ENS J.SpifZeI' ENS J. Staton I 5 ,f 1?--1 I .gg CYN3 F. Arguello RM2 D. Auderer CYN3 G. Barnhart RM3 J. Bednar SN J. James I. 4" 4, 4 SN C. Bell SA W. Bemesderfer Y il ' fgi' .igeai-G SN R. Boyles N ' RM3 D. Brown 2 if V' 1 M' , i 1-. , f' 51 f F ,. ' 4 SN L. Byak ' SN F. Cassidy J x I W I 1 11 v,-v' .. RM3 N. Cherbonneau . .,V. h . RM2 M. Clamp A, Q, . . is S bf f 1: 4 -2-' 'A " ,Q WSW CYNSN E. clark ' ' 'v" Q -,V TA, . ,L ' CYNSN P. Clawson iw, RM2 R. cnine . V. R . CYN3 W. Darling A ,Q , ,6 RMI J. Delaune ! 1 " ' 1 RM2 'r. Dobbs at Q .V.. l . S --b g I f? Abl' , ' 'L g D CYN3 R- E995 N ., S ff. Z' E 'I 4 RM2 R. F3idlEY '-4 " ' , V. RM2 E. Ferguson , - F' l 1 RMSN N. Freedman YA , , .. . .. , , 9' , -..' f I K E A ! sffk RM3 R. Hall if S ' .A RM2 M- Hamenv M - F ff -Q ., . F . . SN R. Haney , 'A ' flf5'f21.., f?i, fi i ' ":, .QQ RM3 B. Higman ' , " N .. '- RMI D. Hurst , 'F Q -' I If fg-A - 229 " " "' .-ff.. z .L ,yzmn s 'S N ' .:. N nf.: 9 If -73 RM2 s Jones RMSN D Kerper RM3 J Knight, " RMSN B Leonard CYN3 R Lersch SN P Mark- SN G McKunstry SN G Moss CYN3 B Myer, ' pf A RMSNJ Pfannenstiel , f . 'Q 55 . ' es Q ,, , 'Qi V 9 Q 3 iw 9 1, 2 ' " 4 5 R 'ds wi N M VV' ' CYN3 J. Shields SN J. Simms SN K. Singer RM3 D. Spegal RMSN msrenhorn ' me RMsNP.Tarini f 4 - S 1' RM3 A. Tipton SN L. Tolano SN J. Turner RM2 C. Wootten CYN3 M. Wright CYN3 R. Ziegler ,- . 1 A 3 .ffl J' 'V f .. . . 1. . , ,rl 1 1 mei-f . 5' f a :Hia R3 'fl x CF l . r d I K N. , HI gf C' Kilir, j """'fw,sw Wa nqizx' RUM! ' SN 5- Sr W1 A' Tam SW L. Yunhrr -I, ' L., rin.. I CS DIVISION CS Division handles all visual message Traffic via Flashing Light, Flaghoist, Semaphore, Pyrothetics and Voice Radio. The men ot CS are addressed by their shipmates as "Flags," They are the eyes ot the ship, delivering their traffic at anytime in any weather. SMC B. Herring ' f Af? f LTJG E. Stevenson J . , f . Q 5,1-V 5 IZ? yss . . ysvv I i ry e . -- I W W I im.. ., """"'f A 1' V 1 ' 5-.' ".-' VG., f- . , Q 5 ' Q, i" A "1" 9 "'V' 'ei .. l 'V 'j ,',". ,.l.,5, . ff if -ff' I . 'rril I lrf f r ig .Q E iril' . sn lvl. Bomkowski, sivn G. Bullock, SM2 R. cons- , E tantine, SMSN E. Gillespie fi-e, I SMSA L. G0l'd0n, SMSN J. Harris, SM3 P. Kar- ' WW ""i"' I . penski, SN D. Kelley Tl I In if 75 , . . 5 , -1 ., . V- A... - .,., 1 an 2 xy ,111 i -f Y I I W Q' ., I 1.xif'.'i2 23553. f ' ,ru ' . ,, . 5' ' Z: e x ' SM2 C. Kizer, SM3 J. Lafoe, SN T. Manley, SM3 S. Prodromo, SMI C. Rice SMSA M. Runion, SM2 R. Sanders, SMSN M. Shi- nski, SMSN S. Smith SM3 A. Taylor, SMSN D. Willis, SN L. wingo, SM3 L. Yunker 1- fv- ,F If 'im' M 'a Q 1, 1. ,A fr. 3 "ff 1 1 'I' 1 M 1 5?i'fL7vf95.3 ,A ,Q 1 b ' 1 f,,.f , 1 'f-5 Q,- Nw 1 ,,, 1 W1 Q. . M ff., 1: Q, ,1 W, 1 f QW 1-H vv, ' .4 W 1,0 , f fffci2f"'Jf1f A s Q .Q - ,, 313. . cu. 'f E - 5 V , v Q-en. wi. , .,.., f-14., '., I1. I "Asn-ff 3 'rf - 11 Q., "' ' 5..., 'AW-fi 5 -.....- ,H .',3:x,1w41' - 'f..w-M , .. ay T "W"7f'bxu -,1 M f.,g-u-- x , . 6 I ' 'L ,gvfihh-.ni 'P-u-vain 4. X-4, ,.., . ,, ' iv-4 f., , 3 ,1 ' .-2. f, ,., fm - --4'Xk,,,a1 X' k Ng. ...N -K-, v "'F-X , ,. . ...W . 1 gk-VUNQZ r 'xii ,. . Q. ' -wx' . Nl' .. ,km ,r QQ uw. f W. Q-X " ,. A 4 "1 Q 5, 'A 1-1 'al ' lv" Q. 1. .W ,x X , wx. 1 ,J its V.. ,m.. 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GW' ,. ,, ff , , ,auf , 7"' 'Z'fWf5Z1ljff-fvfiffwfQA' ' , ' ' ' ,W V, , , .,, f - f U , , ,434m4ff7 ,,,.,.,,,,,,,,f,.,,f... fd -If 1 f f ffff I ' f ' .M zz, M W., , MV. , 4f3m"'4 Wlf , ff' fo 42 , rw ,v,. 14, .eg 7' ,hy zm4,,MUWi! 4 'wf ' ' W, ,V f 'fi MW., , ,, V: ,,,,,,f1wfxK3' 415024 Q av M. umwwv-1 ' 2 - A mqggz ' fm W-mn 1, ,V my yf 234 'Q' LT JG Frank A. Gonchar S-I Division Officer MATERIAL DIVISION The Material Division is responsible for the receipt, storage, issue and shipment of the overwhelming ma- iority of the stores of repair parts and consumables utilized by both the Ships Departments and the Air Wing. There are over 75 storerooms, filled with over 90,000 different items of supply, maintained by the men of this Division. They make 6,000 issues a month, on the average, and process some 2,000 receipts. The perpetual inventory program is a function of the S-l Division as is the maintenance of the Ship's Supply Technical Library. SKI M. Antonio i M-'S I ,, AK3 J. Arbour ' 'v ,Q SN J. Bishop i AK3 J. Breckenridge ' . if in ' i teos o, SN J. Brown 'fitffg 4 ' g ' ' ' 1' AN A. Carter 13.53 - M' , " .4 AN R. Cerbantes S AkiJ.ciay y 'V AK2 R. Dominguez 5 4 I: . I . I SK3 J. Duffy ' X . i i f'3d.L."' '.," Q . 1 jc g V x SN P. Erickson ::' - Ig SN D. Fuiks y as E ,gg AK3 R. Ganter . ,Q - "5 AKAN D. Garcia W i, E SK3 L. Green I Q yi AN k. Griffith R I i . 3 if SN R. Henderson I ' .. g I SKI K. Hosch f Qi 3' SN C. Jones if AN M. Kenyon . is +l sf A, 4. X Gs Y X-1 4 . 2 3 I pf ' lg E? 4 QE if 3 Q- A ,A X -36. 1 .255 .- . N.. xy I S g I! i is f 'V -1 v-A ' 'dl gi xi y iw X . , J I i 7 A: ,...., Q I f , ' r -"' .ta . 2 -'K we 'ef We 3, ' f 'l fl '1 Q ' u -' "' W 1 6 . i W . is-.... .- 5 V 1 '. V. . V.,V, 3 A , . , k ,M I fv ' 1, A Q, . , ' i. , 4 , .AV . 1- X' SK2 R. Yeier AK1 J. Korn SK3 R. Lee SA W. Manning AK3 M. Martin AN J. Minor AK2 A. Moses, Jr. SKI R. Pinkham AK3 F. Previie SA F. Puncer AK2 M. Sanios SN E. Sedli SN J. Simone SN D. Spangenberger SN J. Thomas AN J. Vermeersch AN D. Wallace SK2 S. Watson SK3 L. Welker SN K. Welker SN G. Wolfe fH 6 fc-If .5 ' 1 , i !, X f Af. - .4 wir, 423 f D 29 .S i X CU 'G 4, I 52 .. ,gcaifig : W.. X FOOD SERVICE DIVISION I I f S-2 I CWO-2 Frank C. Buzzard S-2 Division Officer . ' If A CSCS E. A. W.. V gp.. 1 ' 4' W Wy . , J pw. CG.. g ir. 6" If Qf. xi, I . . ..m,a' may-5 . I f 7 4,01 15 .. In 1,- 4 ,f,,,, " " 'I ' V., I fu. . . WI.. Smith CSC J. Hannah 4 f sf- .1 J- x X .lv ffqqw I ITIIH-IC 236 The Food Service Division is responsible for the plan- ning and preparation of over eleven thousand meals a dayg for ordering, receiving, and stowing the food nec- essary to prepare those rnealsp and for the mainte- nance of the provisions accounting records and reports required by higher authority. The Mess Decks and serving lines are open tor the crew's use twenty-one hours a day at sea. Other services provided by the S-2 Division include the preparation of flight lunches, party rations and the support of canteens in many foreign ports. "im" l ii css T. Anderson , SN M.Angei cs2 H. Beverly Vs CS2 D. Bowman ' X' 1 CS3 E. Brown CSSN R. Clerc CS2 R. Curtis CS3 D. Deivert .Q fi su R. piinricn CS3 L. Ellis SN D. Gallucci SN D. Garrison X A CS2 L. Gill SN D. Goebel J SKI F. Gray -v CS3 I. Gumpher Y CS3 G. Hall CS2 V. Heath CS3 J. Hutchinson CS3 S. lasilli as W fm K SA M. Johnson CS2 G. Jones ' sn K. Kelly SA F. Kioeker x . i - Q ,, A S, I' 4 Q- It K we I v 4 1 . 5' Il. Levang 5 GIG-Neziere ISI E. Miner sxamwara' ill! QI R- Ptschel SID- Pneu, I- Sholty CSI R S ' IIB I G' Streinl fksi In W Wa - dl ' CSI wilkin mg SIII1 X A Nu Y ..VV V X U V fl, i.,, 1 1... 4 vm ' Q 1 Q Q2 'Wi , y Q35 an' : ' l'-' ' FV 1 , S X , Z naw... 1 Z! 37? fff' f jf' , sz J ' 1 1, 1 CSI H. Levane, SA A. Macchia, CS3 E. McAIpine, CS3 G. Meziere CSI E. Miller, CS3 J. Miller, CS3 J. O'Brien, SK3 M. 0'Hara CSSN G. O'Malley, SN R. Osterhout, SA J. Partlo, CS2 R. PeSCheI CS3 D. Proell, CS3 J. Rosa, CSI T. Schramm SA R. Sholty CSI R. Sparks, CS2 R. Spencer, SA L. Stone, SN G.Streinz CS3 W. Wadleigh, CS2 C. Walker, CSI N. Whife, CS1 R. Wilkinson 1 4 4 I j nwvfff ,wgfnl MESS COOKS S-2 One of fhe firsf dufies usually performed by a new sailor aboard ship is fhaf of Mess Cooking Each division musf supply a num- ber of men fo perform this dufy. The normal four Iasfs fhree monfhs during which the man is a member of 52M Division in lieu of his original division 238 2 ff 4 gg, 4 i ,, , f ff ',,, I 7 , , , ,f fs: Q Q 'WZ ,iz V . G f ??Q'A.42': lf.- Q, 0 If Kal ' A H if - .1 .111 ,,., V ly, . X f M A? .1 I 1 ,,, , at A A fy, V, ' ., .Sv 11, ' if g, 45.9 if .., 1 . 5, ,,,f . .ff M . fn xv , ZA ,V QV 9 I ,XO .ff i , .M ,fr a W .5 6 an 1? '35'T"',1 -ff W4 N' A an I1 if? 1154, SA W. Baker SA W. Bemesderfer AA R. Boud SN G. Boudreau AA J. Bowser SN T. Brownson FA P. Callegari AA M. Carney SN M. Cohen FN E. Cole SN R. Darnell AMSAN G. Davis SA J. Esclidero SA D. French AA R. Goodrich PNSN V. Grant a - . , ,., . ,.,: M, . ,. A f SN M. Hazelwood ,jg :. , ,gga --'-' W, CSSA M. Grubb I SA G. Hammond zo' 5, SA P. Held AA S. Jobe 'A 42,1 , WW' Q AA W. J0l1eS AA R. Kagle ' " ' - L:.,,Z2 2-'E SN D. Johnson FA C. Keith AA R. KiSZka , , 'A' V 1 , 'ky sf AA B. A 1 ,V A fm' Eff ivan V f 4' ,. 3 WJ W -....,., 44? . 'gf 4 SA J Lynch - off ..- , FA R. Kuduk Lackey La Feir Lamontagne Lavornia League W :- ,, s , V , , .R , I if 2 a x 'Q , g fa 1 , D 5 1 " A 9 1 .f we 1 , 240 ew- 1 .fy . A -. g s F 3 4 " Q-,Q ' 33' K Aw Z 4 -1 Q , 4 J 4 5 X.. 1 I A 1 ff I f I , KJ ' ", 1 " f AA D.Maney ,5f2L52s" f SN P. Manning J . 41 f AA L. Mashek AA M. Mason AN R. McGaIIiadd SA W. Mews SN D. Miller SA T. Minahane X X A .... my ASF R, . , :g t A K XX JOSN R.Morgan - . ' . , A M. "" E A sn B. Morrison ' if " 'N X FA M. Murphy ss xvr X AA R. Murpney ' 'Q 'S I X X X AA G. Nickelson Fl ..., if X, E SN M. Page Lg. -I 5 wgjti AA E. Pefeison -' ,gi is' , AN G. Pickens 1 . ES' 3 wwf ig . E' A XQ 4. - , ? Q ,A H ri -fi . K - ix: f . AT A: nf' Q RWE? AN F Sfewar? mi FN R stakes 'K ABHAN B Tanner i gb, W AN J T8UI'aS FA R. Triola SN K. Twergo SA R. Ward SN R. Woodier SA J. Zampella f 7' Q ff fe.. I go I sf .- . 1 242 SALES DIVISION S-3 S LT Charles P. Luke S-3 DIVISION OFFICER 1 M., i I Ng .Q 'Xt' I V fel' fwiik NM SHC 0. Kenney SKC l. Naiera SHI L. Aubin FN D. Banks SH3 E. Barnard SN T. Bennett SA J. Borrero SHI W. Burns FA G. Butler SH2 T. Cooper SH2 W. Courville SN F. Cudio : 143' ' Q 5' 1 mn- 7-M, . . The Sales Division is responsible for the operation of the Ship's Stores and vending machines, the Laundry and Dry Cleaning Plants, the Tailor and Cobbler Shops, and the Clothing and Small Stores. There are eight retail sales outlets that do over SI50,000 per month business. The profits generated by these sales are used to support the Ship's Welfare and Recreation program and to pay for the various personnel support services provided by the Sales Division. . I tx .4 if " l :-- , t 3 1 F Q. lg 5 , l s . I H I 5 LTJG William H. SESSOITIS iijig M ' -- sux wig N E .is-. 'iff w., S ish, Dr' 0651-F 5' iq., E . UA is 'n , 'Q E iq ua, A '- Us fri ,ll v 't :QW Sec o. Q I-I! hx: . -1 y.. ,- ' :gri- A.. a . " - SLJII' i v gf 1. i 51 I. A 411 g 3 . its 5 B., s f Q vm . s K I E 1 1 ,z , '- f ' . ,L . W 4 eil Q D RQ 1' 1 i .., 1 w -A fm' Q: JW- L ' ii ' K WTTNY, .1 Q..' Q V V , ,,, -- 1: l ggi.. 1 V23., ' Na, j x .,. . V, - -9" 1 . . .,., Z . ' ' s J 11' ' . Rw- ' SN M. Davis SH2 L. Dawson SHSN H. Diner EMFN D. Doughty SN G. Epstein SH3 M. Falzone SH2 W. Ferguson SH2 D. Friday SN F. Froelich SH B3 R. Garrett 5 K 9 -A ,4-of V A . , 4' .f if 5 ,wwf SN K. Gilbert SHB3 L. Guilot SH3 G. Hoffman SHL2 L. Hunt FN M. J0hnS0n AN C. Jordan SH2 D. Julius SA K. Kafl SH2 E. Larlkf0rd SN G. L3UfEl1bel'Q j' Qjf' 5 31 15 I ,fl A 5 'Sb V K Y! is , Q I . mf. 5 ,ua vu as ,f iff ni .g .yf 'wb 'KW' -' ' sfreiss.,-eg, w gn.-..: ,V .,- bg.'3j:j55f3S:,5.E,:.5fg:Qz5 5 ' V: Alb.: Ei. , 5 I A , . 2 ?l - . , -fi ' 1 4 ,..., C- f . ::.. , .. :i A , 5.53 t vb wi ,us if . X 119 gg, . 1,7 X ,A J E. f I. .. I . hy . ,, V D w . 4 4. h ir' "' f? l'l'f"'i' .Tx 24? ' lieg- gcfggf, , f ,.' 3 2' 5H2 W Levingsfon H ,. D Z, 'V . 5. as Uh Effii? 5555 Q S .' S ff SN D. Love L7 1 Q Y . , W I 1 X ' 4 V A Z, 5"W'W SN H. Parsons A " 'V 3 SH3 D. Porter X., y ff' , j SN J. Primrose LTJGD 54Divuf X 1. 7 X j 7? Y. f N ..'...'2::qff W' 7 'N AN G. Reals SHL2 C. Regins SH3 B,Rhinehard1 SA R. Snow SH2 M. Stokes SHS3 H. Sunderland SN L. Travis SHL3 E. Vescovo SH2 J. Waddell SN R. Woods LTJG Dennis I. Swartz S-4 Division Officer DKC V. A. lgartua O ?f.i-ex DISBURSING DIVISION -4 The Disbursing Division maintains all ofthe pay accounts for all of the personnel attached to Carrier Division Two, The USS AMERICA lCVA-661, and the Air Wing Six. It computes and processes all payments to the above per- sonnel for travel, and other allowances, and provides such additional services as the IOWQ Savings Program and the care of Safekeeping Deposits. Cash is collected from the Post Office and the Ship's Store, and Foreign currencies are exchanged for the crew. Several hundred of thousands of dollars a month are efficiently handled by this Division without the loss of a single penny. 2.00 l 'NA Y ,Z-' kg' .M I "' 4 1 M 1 ' 5 .F .A . N ,YK z--- ... .. , . .. . 5 : v f -.Tam DKSN P. Delzell DKI C. Duvall SN G. Hardy DK3 L. Higgins SN F. Malone DK2 T. Neil DK3 W. Petig SN R. Rushing DK3 R. Sims DK3 T. Wall SN D. White .,. 7-if - ' V ' L fy I '1i"iYVf"ff"'1li' 2 L1 5 uuruwff-.--'www "1-v"':' I 4 rr .4 --Y L WARDROUM DIVISION S-5 4,7 El Q' .f ' aff ,-1. ,,. 2 , 4 lfw LTJG Robert M. Lawrence S-5 Division Officer 4, f 1 I I Q . A ' ,, .gzwfqy 2 X f - Q 5? 15 if f f , ff, 517 4 ft- fa, ' if I . SDCM R. A. Johnson The Wardroom Division is responsible for the operation of the Wardroom Mess and the maintenance of all Officer living spaces, They prepare and serve all meals in the Mess and plan and execute many dinners and receptions for American and Foreign governmental senior officials and other dis- tinguished visitors. Over one hundred state- rooms, the messing area and Wardroom Lounge are kept both attractive and habitable due to the hard Work of the'Division. ...WT 5 i,,i I f we.. N C' 'T 1 -W -A g , is sw Ne. ff""fy ig is I TN D. Abad I 4 X. TN I. Adriano ' -. N. Q TN B. Agar F: 3 ig + TN E. Alarcon ' A"g.,, . S ii SD3 E. Ambat ff ,sf .- 22.5 2 ' I SD3 A. Aniversario I TN A. Baylon 6 l g TN H. Bituin I A. 'H ? '-Q - -- . 3- as SD3 R. Bonifacio " '..-3,4 I N g . TN R.Cameros E7 , TN C. Carlos T ' cl Y , ,.g,. 4. 4 Y v Q 11- 1 Q ff Md' -. - :gi-353 ' f' f- si N .4 Xiifik T. if ' 38' is fer A gg Q f Y 4 X H8 B . x Y QN X Q 'Q X Q Q Q 'K as 3 X -9 'X W 5? ,.. A... 0 .,.. ,.. I 1 T, Ns" ' 'Q1'2Z1JIiE5Nfa?"f3s:.:xfaf'xu'-"Vx1i!i4!4!w1-'f-'-1"--'df-slwesfvr'' t- f'T?'f' ' ' '- E riff? A. ia X . ' 5-ei fl' T' Q f , 4 P o gf . k k .. V 1 .t V -tb , Mm -1. A Q -...L . - X ' T' a 5 A t W' v X ' -31.5 ." - if . ,- X1 ,g Q V.-f., r it 3 J T W - gg 3 H' ,4.v :H ES :frv . . sw W ff '1 . L N-A-L A 5 .,.. ,Q W N: " ' A ""v . U 1 g 1 , 6 X , pn 1-s:sT!'W.i K f s W ,-mi K, K 3 V 'Lf ' T vkrx K , N 5 4 , ' ,,h . . ... . .el . by f TN F. Ecdao TN M. Esperanza TN D. Espinosa SD2 E. Francisco SD3 V. Frantilla TN E. Frondoso SD2 P. Galvez TN J. Garcia TN W. Ignacio TN C. llog TN 0. Japitenga SD2 E. Johnson TN A. Kagayitan TN E. Labrador TN A. Lacno , . .,,4.,,, 0 , , X 4 S 15 8.-v Wg? .,.. .., SD2 O. Castillo TA E. Celso TN E. Conado TN D. Concepcion TN A. Cordova TN R. Corpus TN P. Cunanan TN R. Deguzman TN R. Delfin SD2 F. Delrosario TN w. Devera TN E. Diaz TN L. Dulay TN R. Dumlao TN R. Dumlao v X . X ' r . f 1? r . ,QVJX ' "'T io N J 2 "" 2 ' 4 p L 1,:."",?: G - .4 -1 Tea f. 'i , - ww ' so A . ,. . . . .. .,,. ' , so , 'jf asss Ai ., . 3, or 5 - .- 'V 'TRN ' T' -'Q A g . . . , A V, f .www .nf ' ' 1 s ky WW? 247 248 Q ? ly 6 4 gl jwwf V ljgiyf C' ,. I-2' 5, '! I f ,J- Q . , 1 I, ,, 3 . 4 G I k X I W. TN M. Reyes TN R. Reyes TN R. Romuar TN C. Rosana TN R. Sanares TN E. Sanding TN J. Sinong SDI L. Stubbs SD2 M. Tagudar TN J. Tomas SDI P. Valerio SD2 L. Ventura TN M. Villaraza TN J. Villena TN A. Yu TN B. Lagda SDI G. Lane SD2M.Mac1aI TN R. Madariaga SD3 R. Magno TN N. Mangohig TN R. Mundo TN I. Napasindayao SD2 F. Navarro TN H. Nieves TN A. Ongtingco TN J. Parado TN J. Pardo TN R. Pedralvez SD2 E. Penaflor if ... f wb X is -Q f , . ,nf-,f AQ . kg vxik Q I 'f .Q B5 Q 1, T T T '-'L' If fy KN S at-:S gl Q AVIATION SUPPORT AND CONTROL DIVISION 1.1L LT EVaI1def' L. JBCKSOI1 The Aviation Support and Control Division is responsible for fprocessingl all requisitions for material submitted by the various Ships Departments and Aircraft Squadrons. They maintain stock records on over one hundred and twenty thousand items, and are responsi- ble for timely reordering of supplies. All supply accounting is performed by this Divi- sion as is the maintenance of files on the thousands of open order requisitions out- standing within the Supply System. The oper- ation of the Aviation Pre-expended Bins and Rotable Pool, the source of half of all is- sues in support of aircraft maintenance, is also a function of this Division. S-6 Division Officer CW-2 Rex E. Kimbro cw-2 George w. Adrian - -, X L SKCS J. B. Salyer 2-519 , ,,V- Av 252: ' ff A fu A' A f I . 'A A V SK3 R. Barger , -w ig, ., , fs ,,, if SK3 A. Barnes . A A "7" ia a ff Q 19 5K2 D. Benning .J I 'A - fr! f ,A A4 SKI K. Bucher " " ' SN J. Carlson ' "'A11 'A rf' A 1 . i?,1254,ffn,.,, , A I Q AK3 J. Cooper Q ff ',Ao,Q , I 4 . . w g sK3 i.. Dall I A 9 Q, 43 A1 ff Q R 5 AA AK3 T. Deshone V A J CQ. AKAN o. Duncan , ' W M. . A ' SK2 G. Harding A . . . 5' W' A Al SN P. Herreria 5, V, A f .A . , , .. AK3 R. Hodneft yd an .4 I 1 AK1 w. Hulfo .Q ..,. 1:- . ' AN R. Jesse . Y SA H. Ledford fvoila v .J ..-, -W H We 1' 441-' Q, . .9 - ,fsrr 1-ze. V.-1. -s V 'Y-'1:22.r.:::,Q .1 . H I, A., 1 I . Y lf' . MH A if J V SK3 E. Maclauchlan : A 'flf'1 A 44444 A - SA D. Martin Ali SK2 w. Linaemann ' 4 . A ' -p , I aff' j i A 5 ijt? ' f J . ' .1 L .4 V ,ff .,', , -4 sl. . l , , W fa' A' I1 1:1 'T' in f Aff' J . -f 5 f img, Q Y. gf A A "" v J.. . W .f.. J x . We? "ff ,Cl 2 ff! 4A , AW 4 y C- 5, - gk fl EQJQQQK , , 1 'I A" I d v i' Q-4 ,:. . M 'Z 571' if 1- - A' 'A' .V . ,. 1, . .A . , . ., .v,, A I a i W4 'af 7 de ff ,Wx ,'., 5 . V, 1 ff ,X 5 1245. 5521 "At, if A if f i 1' . 7 . 15 - I t' V' ,ge '5. ' , 9 , ' We , , " sfwiifi I - I' A 'H-V-ff' 'iff' 'V ' ,. x A f Y , i j 'qi V ,,v, 250 SK3 L. McDonald AK3 R. Miller AK2 B. Monk SK3 J. Morris AK3 P. Moscherosch AK3 J. Noble AK2 C. O'DonneII AK3 E. Olenburg AK3 J. Sarnowski SK3 L. Savaslio AK2 R. siannke cvnsu J. Waters sxsu R. williams SK2 P. Winters AKI R. wrigm ,X 0 yu: QV-'.'y-L' ,154 . , N54 44" ..-.,lw.",y- jqg-V.,-,MK L ' 1 . .- DATA PROCESSING DIVISION The Data Processing Division is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the IBM 407 and peripheral equipment utilized in the support of both the Supply Department Stock Control and Accounting functions and the Navy Maintenance Management System l3MD. The DP Division receives conput data in hand written form and through the use of its various equipments, converts it to punched EAM cards, processes it for systematic use, and provides the reports that are utilized both on a local and Navy wide level. LTJG Lex M. Taylor S-7 Division Officer DPSN M. Buck DPSN J. BYers DP3 R. Costa SN M. Dry DPSN J. Fletcher DPSN W. Helvering DP2 H. Knight SN R. Krause DPSN F. Manley SN M. Mannion DP2 w. Mannies SN P. Romano DP2 J. Seaver om M. seibert DP3 J. ugalde DP3 R. waiarop DPI V. Webster DP2 J. Widener 4575. ,f , V . mag, Z . . Vzrm e jMQ.,,, 'V ' fr' ff ' . ' X, ' V2':,.gQr- - A .fav x .3 A ' , f.. 2 5: 4 4 11 tug! JV 1 2 'I' I .jj ' " ,1 I' M I '1 - ' Jw, , A I we , V ., , 4 . 1.7.7.2 ,ar y I . l. . , . I Zawy ' 'JW ' "'- I V ,- -- r ., V ' ' f o f ' 5 - f ii? V V 5 , ' 47 . ig. A fb if XL? V , ,M ,, 1 Q - My fx ,. sv 'ff 1 W 31,11 ' ' - "',- - , . Vi -. ' 3' V f' , I ff 33 , , f f - 'xg I ' 1' If? H if 5,'Zi.?7'i'52f t ' 'EQ --T If if 15 ff 7 V ' 'I ' 1' j'f:f77 "3 " ' .1 ' 'sf . 'L i ' -f "' , 1 'F' KY ff: f .7 Q W ' "' ' V ' f'.f?.,-.- 1 ' . f: f'?V"73L , 2+ ' f , 1- . ' 'f'?gf:'2Q. 3317 f J jf. f , W. 4 eff Wi ' .TV .gf A , ' 1 ' V '-:ff ' V1 1 1 Q ff ff ' -.f e - ' 1 we , . E . :Vfg ' - L - , , f f Q .ai fl .A Yi , 6 .. 1. .. .f ' 4. V V- A- ' - 2 1 " ., ,, . . -.1...-'nnnunmzzuwrm11n.n.mniu..iw l.-.mlm .1 ,-,ww f., Y- .- -,..- .,. - V, S , , 251 252 x-va, fimmf. CAPT J0hr1 J. G0rd0n CDR Michael C. Carver Medical Officer Medical Officer July 1966-July 1968 July 1968 J .CDP new aaa! ! D gmr L Pitt 'He WEE ai: W ,v-Q , -.Si,'C5 'C5.?Da'ier J 'ics a H' ' v5Di'B1 wh i , Q "m'Qg"1 g at Ci- 5 l l i A A l X - ".l'l:,ul?5eilw lramfanf ' mlnflswffri HM2 Z. Alvarez HM3 J. Becker HN C. Burgess HM3 D. Clingman HM2 W. Cucksee HN G. Doane HN R. Drost HM2 S. Frederick HM3 J. Hamu HN M. Hill . LCDR Herbert A. Steimel, Assistant Medical Officer: LTJG Beniamin D. Barbee, Medical Administrative Assistant: LT John A. Peck, Medical Administrative Assistant. The AMERICA Medical Department is staffed and equipped to handle the medical and surgical problems of the ship, embarked Air Wing and supporting vessels. In addition to outpatient clinical facilities, the AMER- ICA has a fully equipped eighty-six bed hospital which would do credit to a small HM3 J. Jollotta HM3 L. Larson HM3 R. Liburdi SN G. Locke HM2 A. Maior HM2 B. Miller HM3 R. Patrick HM2 K. Phillips HM2 P. Rhodenizer HM3 D. Roach sn w. saalier feq jg Q HM3 w. schmidt an V et " HN A. Treloar HMI J. vanpanen ,V .,. ,C HN L. Winiarski ' " "" HN R. Wood 1 .. SQ HMCM F. E. Ferrier, HMC J. D. Lewis city. All types of physical examinations and fitting of eye glasses are done as well as clinical, medical and surgical procedures. Including Air Wing personnel there are forty Hospital Corpsmen with various technical specialities, one MSC Officer, and four Medical Officers. "f "?' Q 'U f l' ' , 4 4 . ff, , 09 Q 2 0 ,.a,f.f5Egg,g .l , ...,, ' . , if C , f f Q 'WY' c si Q K li , .- 3 b. I . , 1 v Y 5 , , 5. - fi 5, K v"""35:3 if ff , ,J ,if , s at gg, l l L 253 - 1 aa... " ' " ' " A 'e- .H ., - ----L,L..,.--,,,. , ,Zi A.-- , xr 4 254 5 MJ' 1 'Ll f DENTAL DEPARTMENT fl, "W-n. 5 ,ff CDR Th0ff1BS W4 MCKGGI1 CDR John S. Kitzmiller, Jr. Denial Officer Dental Officer September 1966 - August 1968 August 1968 pf mssfi' 5 mf 'nf My U51- , 1 'I I n D J' - at ,s I in lil Donald, 0 MM Mme '-r DTI N. Pritcharq 94.4.31 If - ,lF'5f'FHlx - , ,- Wx hir . Ha K V -1: A New ' ' av 3 uw-I Q 5 K N Q -QV' , , 6 LCDR J. Archer LCDR C. Vath LT T. McMahon DTC F. McGeary The mission of the Dental Department is to pro- vide the best possible dental care for the men in AMERICA. This is accomplished by daily treatment of dental diseases and programs of oral hygiene and preventive dentistry, typified by an intensive fluoridation program, superior to that of any comparable community in the United States. The Dental Department takes great pride in the oral health ofthe men in AMERICA. ma 1 ,,,,, 1g,i,, :,o ,.,, . . . , 2 , i, o H, h J dy 5, M i- , ' V ' ' ,Q -.- .,.. ,M " , A ,ft-. ,. -, ' 1 'f' y , mf. A, A , '. L N. v l A V, X N W f i I i l C -M ta-gn 9: , . ,,,. . . ,BS . f f I ky DN D. Donald, DN D. Lininger, on H. rviarrero, DT3 M. Moore ' 'P DTI N. Pritchard, DT3 B. Stacy, DT2 R. Siarr '-'.'.'5" i l l , s ,l g i sf . . 1 - ui , if 1 I if g ' e. , ,,.,, . - 5' "" . "" "" x ' W ,J . , ..., . - if 4 l A 1 1' ff, 26 I ' 1 UQZSQQK ' 2 " 1 J 255 I 256 AIMD CDR Horace O.We1m0r6 AIMD Officer A a 1 i I nki 5 MM H. MCGH PWM WCS D. Ridlon I N DK G. mum MGT NC L. 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Harville ADR1 J. Haynes ATN2 R. Hoadley AN L. Hoelting AMEI R. Holmes AQF3 J. Howard AMS1 C. Ivy ASM2 N. Jones ADJ3 J. Kearns ASE2 J. Lawhon AE3 R. Lindberg ADJ3 F. Magliarditi ASE3 B. Maior AZI R. Martin AN w. Mauldin ADJ2 E. Mayo PR3 C. McGuire AT1 W. McMahon AQBAN J. Mershon AZAN J. Meyer ASM2 W. Miller AA R. Moberger AZAN J. Moore AA R. Morgan ASMAN D. Myers K fy: ' . Qi' "" Az. 11,2 p -. , 5 f Q Q . WW I ,.,.,'2-vw f - , 223 V -, -New 4 .Q .W , ., jim.. 4 A, .yy :H-fn .M gg? 3? ff -.. I -Va W , . bi., X .5415-.zvl ... -A .s , 6-. .. .. f, A 5 , ,..,,.. , , ..,.. . . M gl , I f . 1. 4 X , My 1, Q , . Y Y I K l .,. . v ,.. ,L K L , ., . '- ai' 4 M' -ff ' R - f--' "- 3 6' as f .Ia ' X. fl X -Q Qs 'Q 'lin g., ', .fn"Q',Y?Qfx'4?x.1G fl!-z4:?': ' V:-.:, :'-. '-. c, . . f.?.'f.." :6:a 'A' 1 . 155 ,. .111 f- 1- 2 1 a .. if 1 y ' f " .Y jzpn, I 1- -. " an ' I . s z 1 ' my J 1 1' L WiRW'i9i!1TPA'H9"f5hY5f'T 1? - Q.jq'R Q 1 I I tfi J, 21 H' If In wi ,Q W 1 vi r. 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Yeakey ASM3 Aimd Lv? ii- Q W- --K ., y, .1az-4-1sh:145k:ff:w.z' 1','f-111. 1P4f -' 'm:14i2iR5:fs4"iiW2f1vfff'+'mmppwA m...?,,,,,,,,,.. , , , 5. l ll 1 .p H . ,,. .J 6:5 N T K ,wwf gig: VI J f .,, ,n., - - H . ...,, , I If ' A -" ff W ' . 0 , 5 v f ' 'E 0 fm N. 5' la - Pr .l' ...T Y .-AMAQ . 1' . . - K 1 N. 'N'--W'-. . , rg - ' -Q4 ff 25 3 . ,,, wa . . ,. A , vpn. U - " Q ,r iv H55 -:. es V 8 ,ffffh . .V I ,ya ,,,, .. Y 556-, I 'IQ 32 L I ' : :Q f ' ' is .I I Nas L if ' l ' ' LTJG John J. Hoerner Firsl Division Officer 4 f, 11 :A f-, ,-. -.,., nf K O If f, W, 'X , I r .A .4Q..- .1 lv. .5 -. M' . 1, 3, 1-.XX QA 4.- Q. X gf, . 'fi I f N ,, ,A,. , 517 , 17? gf an vc.. 4953 .Ng-Qw45',, :W " 5 262 1,7 f r 1 . V I if FIRST DIVISION SN G. Boyd SA R. Brewer W 4 . '. SA D. Brislin jp 4I', SA J. Brownson ' " 4 119 r f .1 1: ffl -. 4.7 z N, ' j 0 e. ff I i SN T. Campbell YNZC. Carter SN J. Collins SN G. Crider 3 E. . .V 1, .. SN R. Cuva . ., 2, i SN G. Delena ' . su D. scum 'wa 'YJ Z SN M. Everhart 5 552-fkz-f - SA D. Flood SA E. Ford BM3 J. Ford A SA H. Garcia f 22' 4 . , .... . .. f'.f'j'1'aff SN D. Geverl SN R. Hoeft BMI L. James SA P. Labarge 1.75. 4,'."'.,"1, WF, 55.3. ' SN D. Leombruno - A SA T. Loffredo BM3 M. McLawhorn I - ' - ' I 'r-v av -. lv 'Q .. it flu? I9 H sr., . X.. SA F. Miner Qi, I ' Q Q S .ia 42573 ' We na HW ,fa 'S .. ,I I N. W, A , 'wi' Qi I ,X "T WX. I . IN- 'W I T 31: 5 A.. ' cs t- m F - Il I If 5 . X K SN W.Miller . X I ' Ig' .W " "U" "" ' , , 4 I BM2T.Moody SA T. Mock 7 SA G. Munoz BM2 D. Oneill SN M. Page -:Q SN R. Pendergrass .,,.,, SA G. Peters 9 "1"' SA C. PFESCOH Q 9 SA w. Reich SN E. Richards ":1,'.,' Z' SN J. Rucker SN M. Selian SN A. Sieracki SN T. Skirtich SN J. Sligar SN R. Sirohi SN J. Symuleski FN P. Tillman SA D. Turner SN A. Turner Y SA C. Ucker " as av.. SN D. Willman SN D. Winsock 3 BM3 B. Young IYQLIJIKHMH' vu 2641 I , 21 I '- :iv AV.. . ,iv "I if of 1 4? ' 42 ,Zag 7' J 5 Zvi, 5 at 2 JH ,Q f y' my - ,,-1, elm.:-1-wg, ., J f 5:1 .v,-.of b. -.4 I . r M' 1 X LTJG Eric S. Calvert Second Division Officer SECOND DIVISION new may . . 5 - JM' I W' SA J. Barrera A --,V of SA J- Beffv - ,I ., are I : , BM2 K. Broome if, ,G A K fem ,L N SA A. Bubczyk ',"',I', ,Q I Q Y' Q A' ,f ,Q v if SN E. cobbs P' S Q W' SN E. Danz SN D. Droba BM3 G. Duecker SN D. Faile 3 ' F' ,, V' ' Ani. .- or 1 ' , , I BM2 D. Freeman "" I N- SN D. F riez BM3 J. Gardner , ,Q SN D. Hacker A . , BMSN B. Haywood I BM3 J. Helvering i'V'1 1" -f , Q 1 ,V ey, so lvl? 'W ,, Q 'QQ 5565855 ' ' x W, " , l T 0 f X X S ,X Q 8 . Hull..-.fl ' , gi wg . l f i '1iwffF"l'W1' SA M. Jacob SN T. Johnson BMI K. Lacks SN R. Macy SA H. Morton SN C. Nugent SA J. Obrien SN G. Oliver SN R. Papiercavich SA G. Quintana 3 1 X .4 SA W. Schade SN J. Schank SN W. Schuelz SA G. Sparano SN M. Teater SA G. Tillman SN T. Turnbow BM3 H. Wilson SA T. Wirth SA M. Wise Q' . -sw. Y 1..1lmm-nzw -..f,,Y.-...,-,.. . .- W, 265 - Y. , if- +vslf,"f '41Q:::.7534-3.'., , 5 f A0 G' ng . . ' ' 'fl' ' Q I . . 'J ' ,. I 3 ,V', EAT, , A "'f W ., ,v I i , L, 266 LTJG Michael P. Skurla Third Division Officer THIRD DIVISION ff V If if K ,f.f, fl .. I I v 2 flirt!! ,,:, I q r SA E. Branch M 3, . BM3 E. Burns A : v 9 SN w.Burns Q1 6 .ggi QL SA ecauanan . ,fri 1 . BM3 s. Carnell if 'r'r " -Y I SN T. Clay SN M. Connarton -r-1 SA J. Cooper if 4 'P SN G. Dunn 'NO f BMSN R. Eatmon , f'9?YEf3? .',., ,Q ' .. .J . f II ' SA G.Greco ':fQ',1-an f , -. f 4.1 - M., 1 . - Vi, VIVA "' "' .1 V ,353 ' Kvf- if SA T. Haffleld 5? A ff? . I SN M- Jackson I 'II'I I II'II' 'iff ww I 714 i-" I I'Ii SA F.Jenkins 'I SN c. Kowalski - I ,A, jg BMI R. Law - f a Q- A fi 'i fr i f 'Q I Q' F SN D. Lfsmskf ' 4 ",. -3+ SN G-Mafnev ' . ' 'I A 1 . rf SA J- MCCarfhv X I f A ' SA L.Mccrory A.. ,...,..,...-V... i G f f ,51 1 ,O ' if cf 4-nf" Iw- ui 1 di H Q J.. Vg... lx, Q v My Zyl x Q W af S N f ,4,, ff eg 'QVWQ Q3 SA J. Meeks BM3 R. Miller BM2 A. Patterson SA R. Pechman SN R. Prasuhn SN M. Price SN G. Quiny SN J. Roberts BMI B. Rominger SN R. Selvenis AN B. Shuey SA D. Smith burma r my :ww 'f' mwtftfws M 'f"""' "+""m' BM3 J. Snyder SA S. Spangler SA J. Sparkman SA P. Spiller SN R. Swann SN J. Test SN M. T0bin SA P. Wagner SN T. Wilber BMSN G. WilSOD 1 ' -- , ..,. . . I 5, V W., fm ... ff . f' f 5. ns. V GW 6. M 6,411 x rf N' 267 " 1f1'45f' X 1 'Cz 'I I I' Q 5' 4 .5 In 'K I' My '4' ,gr ,fini , 4 f 1' g f? in 'Z '7i:km v5I75' ffi-R331 5 59.122 ' v-.- ,,, . of f , wi , . .. ' ,awp J J . I r 1 H 268 ENS David S. Walfish Fourth Division Officer , W 5 2243 W, on I A ,aw ,, , 5 I 'fc 3. if I J f za . W . of I QQ-M I ff! ,iw Gig! :Z . K 4 , 3 . 2 1 FOURTH DIVISION SA G. Guy SN J. Hood SN T. ltzo SN D. Jacobs BMI P. Kemp SN R. Kenney SN L. Keys SN W. Kupinsk DMSN J. Leake SA M. Anaaorio Q Q SN E. Bailey SN W. Beechel SA T. Belfz SA L. Berry SA W. Carfrae SN G. Davis BM3 D. Daviso SA D. Furlong Y 'mx Q a 1 'N Wai X K 2. l 'Q - L M" l I A U . 'ww ' . F... ,. L' . QXLL. . ' BM3 J. MacLauchlan PCSN V. Mason BM3 M. McVey SN C. Mitchell BM2 F. Morfira SN H. Myers SN A. Olivero SN P. Potter SN R. Pryduluk BM2 B. Ramsey ivwmlillf , 'ui fi,-3, , . .g 'E' 'C' E25 'f Q ig 3 . . 123. 1? x c V .f -v 5 ,6 b ' Q wmv " v 4 ' I if , it , do vs Qs J ff' 3 3 "' Gif A Ng' J 'M" -.. Q . Q ,, 'W' 7 1' ' ,"' 253' .ilriz , ,V . 2 qg.a .,52 , -' .g4,4 234 f 4253 Q 3 ' , fwfvflzi' " r ' ' az-1 ,f lv .1: -.:,- 1 . ....:...a-.,.... . 1 .v BM3 C. Reass SA J. Richter SN E. Ricketts SN W. Rockey SN C. Shoemaker SA G. Sills FN J. slagle SA J. Starn SN J. Starn SA G. Terwilliger SN J. Wade SA D. Weiler SN R. White SA H. Williams SN G. Worley 2.25 fn V 269 II I I I A. I I FIFTH DIVISION I I.I I I I I 3 ....'r"--I ' III IIOI Ii' esfiff I' , I HICIUII' IV' me We I ..pla'If'S Lars BCI' I Af" ' II ' In ' lr . :Male I I IL ENS Robert B. Anderson 5 -""" :ZH ' P' I We . I Finn Division Officer - II ' W .- maqf' if I MER III I jx' :IH I -IIDIIIQ ' mllaf-Ieac I . f If cnc I EI 'Wee I. I 'e'e a' 2 I ze" awe j I UEISSK G' I 'IIeIIeel . was ','- "we .-.- MW X ., ,I V BM3 T. Andrews Q BMI T. Beasley 'I I "'- '- ik ya I S. , .- SN J. Boulton I ,Q S A x ,QL g fy. A. I BMZJ. Burpulis fl u I SQ! I ' 1 I 'ii ,Y I SN W. Citrano I . ' I ' I I7 S 1 If " 1 I II V' I SQ 'SS I"' . Q II SN J. Hansen X.: We Q II sn J. lcllanaer ,, as J In I J I SN D. Lilly 3, sn J. Little , so X7 I SN G. lvlcclung N 3. S.. eq I I I I 'I I I I I I I 270 SN J. McMullen SN L. Nolan BM3 R. Nunez SN B. Orr SN J. Peil SN W. Peters SN R. Pisto SN R. Richter BM3 D. Wicker SN D. Young PK I .5 as K- , SSA 23 I IIAPT K CDR J' EMU V ..., .W .wma VV .fx U53 f... LCQR W ' - -I I - S I- :M I-ev ' M- ' s W H vi' I' . I . .., ---:, Wh I V 47' 4 x..-v :I N 3' .Q Xf,.,S F kxkk K K ,. ANDER CARRIER DIVISION TWO Nvfbwupgin, lf- if Assisting Commander Carrier Division TWO, Rear Admiral L. V. SWANSON, is a staff whose vocational specialties span the spectrum of naval warfare techniques. Some are directly involved in every facet of I lu' ff operations. They gather data, weigh the facts, advise the Commander on courses of action in the interdiction campaign, and ' Q evaluate the results. Others skillfully man- A lr'2 ,,,,h ' 12 . A ' age the day-to-day administrative tasks IIXIII ,fffy that make the primary goals possible. f I 3 , 124 ,,,i 7 W' '.lll 'Q In the Atlantic, CARDIV TWO "worked up" AMERICA and the embarked air wing. Short pre-deployment cruises had one aim - to bring men and machines to the peak of combat-readiness. Rear Admiral L. V. SWANSON Ileftl holds a brief discus- sion on weather conditions over the target area with Staff Zeb KNOTT and CARDIV Whitney WRIGHT. Operations Officer, Captain TWO Chief of Staff, Captain The CARDIV TWOXAMERICAXAIR WING SIX Yankee Station team clicked. The car- rier's air strikes evolved into cooly effi- cient operations. The accomplishments of the Task Group have been widely recognized in the fleet . . . and certainly felt in Hanoi. ry . ., CAPT Z B Kl101'I CAPT F B KOCh CDR R. I. McFarland, CDR J. C. Vogel, CDR R. R. King, Jr., CDR J. B. Andrews, , , , . . I CDR J. E. M0rgan. LCDR W M Logan LT F Gorecki LT L. D. Rochholz, LT D. F. Gadsby, LT E. L. Schippel, LT C. B. Collman, LT , I I I I G. E. Vaughan. - v--+I. 271 IDSDGCTIOI1 on AMERICAS forecastle enroute to Yoko- -f"'T'B .' ,' V. LT W S McMlchaeI LT T R Campbell LTJG C W. Webster, LTJG 8 J Caspar LTJG D T Black ENS R M S N A Haley ENS C F Bremner ENS F G Weeman, RMCM F. D. Smnth YNCS C A Senasac MUCJ E In gram SDC P P Aguugam MUSN L. Abrahamsen YN2 T. Ayers MU2 S. Barry, Jr. TN F. Benitez MU3M. Bentley TN S. Camerino YN3 R. Carr DM3 R. Corbett QM2 W. Crawford MU2 S. Crout SD3 E. Daylo MU3 J. Dean Q Pala: vlg '13 :l TN J. Dublada YN2 D. Evans SN S. Flax SN B. Grimes YNSN R. Halford YN1 L. Hatfield QM1 R. Howard SN W. Homiller QM3 M. Hoy MU3 F. Jaubert IV CYN3 G. Jones PTI L. Judson YN3 L. Killer CYN3 B. Kimmel LcPl. A. lcirkman amz w. Lloyd MUSN W. McClelland DM3 R. Minoia TN R. Mostaio MU3 P. Murphy YN3 A. Nides YN3 D. Norris QM3 R. Parker RM2 B. Parkhouse ..x. J A s,. K Q was . :A ii mi -w rl gg X iidgiig f 31 'eg ' '5 Y' wa l 'L L l V l,,,.,,,', um... S .4 'ig . 3 as 3' ..r .3 , 4 Off the line . . . and the hangar bay pe- comes a volleyball court after working hOUl'S. -.......... f 1 ,-harp. , 1 9 K ca if lllu 3 1 5 ' V. f ,, ' " f .T . rl ew! 4 ' 447 , YW .7 ihafwf A s 274 , . .hi - F ag, Q. l 'J ' f .-11 .. ' A .5 2' I: V K vw , i 'Brig A G 'WL A-:Oc-J rw ! I l., , X9 l f - 'l ..,,, ,. 4, v.,, , . .211 , ix' , 1 ff K l A... N-A f' .fl ,I T2 if .gn V A .,,- 'M 5 1 eq 'A I-44 ZV' J ' .Q T . l- ':'V"' MU3 J. Zimmermann PFC R. Reading MU3 T. Rehfuss SA T. Remy MU3 G. Robb SN R. Schneller MU3 J. Scott SN J. Somers MU3 G. Stark PFC E. Tamboe MU3 D. Thompson LCPL A. Thompson TN R. Triunfo TN V. Villanueva PT3 T. Wagner MUDN G. Watson MU3 R. Winkleman -in QQ it-4 ff 1 - F K X I l v V w CARDIV TWO's musical ag- " gregahon won rave reviews Q' ' from Rio to Manila to Sydney. I' FY, f.. 714.gif . W ls 4 S4 mV M' '5 U calf'-4-Sh. iw' 1105? 'QWWQI HTQ ,fm ffl 't1U1H3'i'i5!W"iiw5:xV4f?n1-'-1'MMQWW' ff'M'-wmv: ' STK! ' , r :viii :':! -'z u,.,:1z, 1 --fa. iw. n Ju. r L to R: LCDR T. N. Fortenberry, Ops: LCDR J. C. Barenii, LSO: LCDR E. A. Miller, Mainif LT D. M. Benneii, A551 LSO: LT G. A. Lussier, FI1 Surgeong LT P. B. Jones, FI1 Surgeon: LT R. W. Lingo, Wepsf LT H. E. Messman, AIOQ LTJG E. M. Wied, Asst AIO. 'X A N 'Wi f I fi 1 1 WCM I Hackney G. Cunn DK3 R. SN R. Al 'w ,. ,I is Mike NVN C. Barelfl , Assl LSO. Il Surlfll nc E. lr 41 af ,V if ,ji f T tr 1 4 ' 5 Aa '17 y R' 1: Ek. 'f Y' V ' xv as I W -gg V . X.-db . 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W00d ADJ2 W. Anderson ADJ2 R. Ault ADJ3 O. Draughon ADJI P. Duhamel ADJ2 W. Galloway ADJ2 D. Hunt ADJ2 B. Johnson ADJ2 W. Kendrick ADJ2 H. Knapp ADJI J. Lowry ADJC C. Marinacci ADJ2 M. McMichael ADJ2 J. Rockwell ADJ3 N. Rohwer -N., Q x 1' J I If 7' ' r . r- 4 u ZX6Q?GAZ'li'25 419 ff NXT I 5 .A flfl " -C Q x ,X .,a. 3 If Mwst! ?9.Acvi'. ADJ3 w. saffora f - ADJ2 W. Sexton ADJ1 B. Sherr ADJC E. Wolf ADJ2 W. Woodall 1 I ,MN ,W IHA., 3. ,L ., .,,..,J,. M., i,.,.H,- ,..!..,,.-f ,i 1 1. M51'MJ-'wf.flA,'L3"' Mb. V ,lx Y -! , ' 7-ff " "' - ' A Wy A 'J f TQ ,- fd we--E :W f x Y . + 2. 0 ,, u 4' N W F 291 AL' .. .I..1...4AI .. l ' " , A Milli!!-" g"ek.3f'.fu't' lil-H? afi'?'LsQ1f'i. ggi... , ..'.2,,,.,-M1 A' A 4-,ffw -fl- CDR W.D. Knutson COMMANDING OFFICER 24 June 1967 - 14 June 1968 CDR David C. 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Burns, LCDR Robert B. Lynch, L. P. Cook .il --uv--Y fy TW diy? ,kg i 4 3 3 J , 4. I K z Jr., LCDR Gerald M 'ii-1"34:5LQ'r f - T' uf fs' 547.11 W - ' QQ ' ' - . 2 I 451. yi J, iii? .,. A wg, Q . 3 ' . Wi' W 1 FW' .. 35 F uf f' . 16? : ' ?'q ' Egg. 1" ,. 1 lf- X PLA . 30, e'-I i'fFiiZ.f'i I . ii-Ya ' "-Al' ' ' 3-fr-'Z' .. 1 1-gwf Fanfic .Z ". ... My ., 1' Vila. : .- - ff? ' .- 9 f- ' if " , 2 V 1 ' X., I . 1 B4 - - W If X MJ .J . . ,y AQVAY I . Belisle, LCDR John W. Holtzclaw, LCDR Thomas f' r A l v. fi Q A 4 I 1 LCDR Roger L. Ferguson, MAJ Charles A. Wilson, USAF, LCDR Jr., LT Jay H. Hall 'av , I4 f , X if LT Robert E- Tucker, Jr., LT Richard J. McGuire, LT Fredrick 4 .. fy- I 6 I if osx if , 2,5 .. ' . 1 zj. Wy P ,f I . ' X' LT William A. Hefty, LT Johnny L. Morris, LT Doyle J. Borchers bells Z :,. K L. 4,,.Q'L..V.. . . . , H f , - "4 2. wi H ,-.,,,,. . . ,. ,.,. .. ' f 1 J "' l . f'j'?iA I g'1',.,'2f'f, -v-wr .xg ,J . ,, N ,- . f . V ,f gf, , , . , - ' fi ,, ..... L I. I LTJG Douglas W. Jones, LTJG Albert D. Phillips, LTJG Thom M. Hughes . X I. '-2 ,. as W. Clyde K. Hogendobler, LCDR Lammert Kuiper, Q 'am .97 'Q f. 5 --un ef lb. fy A 4' ef I L. Lewis, LT Roy Cash, Jr., LT C. Flack Logan U .. 'ft .gf X la- as- .F ISC. E . "' Y gems , A ., I ll, LTJG James H. wiest, LTJG Charles F. Tib- r kg 5 ' J J. .f 9 5 Brown Ill, LTJG Andris Dambekaln, LTJG Gary Y 'ss Q . -if-. Q 5 M, 2 LTJG James R. Ayers, LTJG Cosmo Salibello, LTJG Fred C. Parsons III, LTJG William A. Simmons, LTJG James B. Massey S C 0 Q m xi , Fig 1 N HC 3 X J wb Q 5- .Qs ,. , is 9 v LCD' WWW LTJG Joseph E. Kain, Jr., LTJG Jeffrey R. Phipps, LTJG William D. Williams, LTJG James L. Bowen, LTJG Ric- hard L. Novosel eff' K' r ut FMU? WO-I J0hn N. Sutton Ja cnarnes F- W l' 5 I CDR W. D. Knutson accepts the "Silver Tailhook Trophy" for carrier land- LTJGGIVV ing excellence from CDR L. W. Smith, Commander, Attack Carrier Air Wing exam' six. f i I ' ' 'w:zi'G1aZiIi2v amen' 295 ,...-.,.w K qyifil' f 5 Jima. X M uf- -' 1"',':-like-ifEW"'.' .....1. . -. ndvu x ' Q:',. :44. .,.-fs,f.,,,- if ,, A74- .K WX 'lf if 'X , .,x X "Not another misla ke?" STEWARDS 2 I " f I t sp? X l W " 4 ,f gif 5 .? , if A,,, -,,, A -3 A fi f- 2 -A W zu ,ef 41 4, ' f I i 1'A AQVA ,A,A I.. V vnyv Z OPERATIONS OFFICE , gf, T Q , , , , i a ,Q ff in My Af 4 MW Q ' gf? 'Q -f Y y 296 YN2 J.S. Tracewell YN3 A.E. Williamson SN H.L. Simpson YNSN P.M.Greenblat1 PNI A.J. Carrell PN3 R.J. Lemaster PN3 D.C. Escamilla SN R.B.ManshiI SN G.w. oi-end SA E.R. Fields AMHC D. E. Meier SN E. u. Roddy in AQCS J. P. Shortland Leading Chief HMI W. J. Carter Hospilalman CS3 J. R. Kelley Cook '5 fm? fi W fi Y in l ' l-,Z 'sv n .D n Q f if 15 ' T J, K ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE ,. , f 1.4: 'ig' ZH , .KV .I PERSONNELOFFICE .1 4. Q-'T' 4, j n V f, QW, . 'H . ' , qw 7 EDUCATION ANDTRAINING a T K SD2 S.M. Tapawan W TN R. M. Malawaran N M- TN A. D. Carig TN J. D. Villena YN3 R. B. Redmon YN3 W. M. Jenni AMS3 R. W. Dandeneau YNSN S. A. Case IIQS -23" e3::',.3'?- .. Am. ANDT ABH1 M. E. Dawson AEAN B. R. MacFarlane AA D. C. Stephens AN C. D. Sharp AN K. R. Wolff AN J. P. Mercer AN D. C. Baldwin AN G. W. Troyer ADJAN R. L. Vogel AN R. D. Goward AA R. E. Lewis AN D. W. Dodsworth AA G. K. Fullam ADJAN W. D. Smari AN C. R. Sisco MINING 9" 'W 2 1 Q. .:..L W wfrwfaw' ,ff ' if? f 1, 9' S 5 , .fig 5 Eglin-' I 5 VK f J ,gy FIRST Ll EUTENANT DIVISION ," "JT . ' H ff V, ,,,v,, , ,.. f W, .. f f rf f 1,71 V , . .e f gf 53 1' j , 1 7 . 1 f , ' -U ,Ll f ,M ., i 'Y nz " ef ' ' 'Z-f2. ! fig., . em x "' -Cs' ' 4, my ' ' ' I N Q v.c! , Y- .., xl . 'C V12 " 57 'V X ..,. A A V 5 ,- A A A' W ,,x::,.- gf. .4 - V W'7'Hf fl ,V L, ,Q 2-fr w '- ' 'f Kg., 42' w 5 f ' - -3' I W wi W vi. ,W 'X ef' , ' - Wwwwff- , Y mfg... .-, ,Q .7 297 ,I -:I HLJ " MAINTENANCE CONTROL , ,, ". . ,. V+' Q , A, AVCM c. v. Parker " ut ' AFcMR.M.smirh AN J. F.MFCl63V9Y L 'Ji f AEC w.s. Enerbe AN P.J.WmkeIman A V.- or I EW m ,r , .,,, , y f .. ., A21 J. L. Thomas fm? 4, Azz w.J.Keefe - fy 4. 'ra AZ2 R. J.McDonala vig ' AK1 J. A. Kollefrath AK3 R. 0. Hughes A ., A 1 ,AAV 7 ADJ2 R. L. Thomas Q I AAV, ' A W Az3M. P. Botsford 'A Q 3' Az3 R. L. Pipes AKAN P. c. Gin AA D. G. German M' , QUALITY CONTROL 3 -,', . ,, I ,QUE , 75 AEC J.J.Eanetta .. 'El 9 at ,...er AMH1 H. L. Eppler ZZ VFX j 4 4 X ff 1 J 4- .4 , V gf Z 741 J4 ? ,,,, wfpfm ff! , ry. f I, gf I ' vi ' I :IA ' iff , . ' R. F. Webber -ff rA. , ' Q4 i i ! lllibi V , AQI G. A. Krueger ..AV ,I . QC' ADJI E. P. Henry f ,"2,0 I fl ' A01 J. E. Labai 4 P W , , QQ-.C gay.. Q ,, f . QW .Q ,, ,, X 4' 5 , ,, A 'V A .a,. ,W A AME2 L.A.Demarco an AZ2 A. F.Cuite 'VW my 15 A 7 1 N 298 MATERIAL CONTROL QQ!! .M J gf, I .7 V, TNT' 4- "4--4.4L +5.,i?g A "This status board h s ows the status of all the other status boards." .I 4 NF X 9. . . Tfllllcollll . l . ' 5 . . A .Q k'A' lg -, L AL ,- , ,I .I ORDNANCE Aoc T. s. Lawler Aoc "L" "v" 'riplon A01 R-F-W9S19f9aI'd Ordnance is more than iust lugging bombs and rockets around the flight deck and lifting them to the aircraft. A02T.J.Ross A02 L. P. Stallings A02 L.H.KmmS All the gear must be kept in good re- pair so that a flight is not wasted. Many man hours are spent in the A02 P. W. Schmidlkofer A02 L. A. Mantta A03 J. V. Bolin loading of various forms of ordnance and many more are devoted to pre- ventive maintenance. This is to insure W that once the aircraft is launched, the weapons will work as they should so that the mission will be a success. lt takes a great deal of knowledge to keep ahead of problems. Fighting THIRTY THREE is proud of its ord- vs . . nancemen and the "can do" splrlt they have demonstrated. ' .3 -1'-:1 ,,.g Aosc. R. Dolpp if ,N 5 , 5 g H M yt. ,, A A03J.M. Petrone .3 ytt. 5 'f t tg, 'lV, . 1 h ' "i" f , ' A03 R.E Go c er ,W M 't"r '--' 't"' ,ta,t', 5 'i't ' s A03 W. A. Brown 'fn - 3 if E , 3, A03 L. F.Lucas A A s g it gg, iti, A03 W. T. HaI'I'iS . K -.. , .S . f,,-, ' g .. g.,. 1 ,..gy 9 . ,.., ,.., V. A03 R. l-l. lvlccrea ..i. .Q 2 . g e,. g Q V A, AN T. A. Seeberger ggj. 4, 0 ,.,:.V' i .A gt .1 -A -" 1 ' lf AN M. J. La udicina If L ff , L f t L f t g gg 299 ii' M - 1 Q A l A 'f iw: '-.' lrwsiitlil1-:l2i'i2:1',lllm'2'lfi QQ. re live - k'1 ' ' ' '-H' .lull 1 14 bl - 7 Lrmxgfw vll, -A-1,0-.',, IA.. ,, ' Q' fel - -fr l "'f" my V l l 1' , , . 5 . fr" sf H ,u . M Q Q-LMI' "'U4!ha-. , CQQ M Jf' I 300 J .S.,:.....J1:.z.Q4!f' , ' l f' , I ff POWER PLANTS ADJC C. G. Harrison ADJC W. S. CIBUSEII ADJI J. L. Spitler ADJI H. A. Shelton ADJ2 J. S. Erway ADJ2 E. J. Schultz ADJ2 N. ADJ3 G. lt's known as sitting down on the iob. ADJ2 P. ADJ2 R. G' -A K. ADJ2 D. K. Fuller ADJ2 D. D. Skinner ., ,Q . - rl f JSITIGS Russo Boswell Eno rf rw rv- ? .,.. S- .h h , . h S N i s Q, , .Q .. ' . S ADJ3 E. J. Home, ADJ3 J. D. Thomas, R Ama D. E. Suhon 5 1 ADJ3 T. M. Palmore, ADJ3 M. P. Q., McCarthy, ADJ3 c. E. Jennings ' . .Z ll I V lx N 71 F Y 5. W . mill iDJ3 J' U' Thu P. Apu M' wfym Q 9 J -J 1 M f 4 v f ' I , ,,,f......,, jim, A ,V . UW ,V ,V ,A 'W fgy s ' y ff . 'f ? '- 6 3 , ' M.: 1 ' 11 N ,. ff . M! l 4, . H, .ff , yi X ww, 'K . ,.,, YW ,gf ,,, A ,. 1+ J. . .. M, 123 , 7 ' if X , 'Z A 9' '.', f t:',, ff of ,f M' fr? 7 -ff f ' , ' uf ' ,f 'f 94 5'.2JLE..lf4'f' V . fff ' J Q ,f Q wg! I,,1 2fi ' . ,,., .- 'f . ' -, wife iff za A . .VW .f fe 77 e 4. Q., A- . way, Q, wif 575, M' l I ' 1' ' . . AMHC T. J. Wilhelm, AMSl J. 0. Clem, AMSl E. K. Regan AMS2 D. J. Douglass, AMH2 S. J. Mandala, AMH2 E. L. Klinger AMH2 J. L. Cordes, AMS2 J. B. Sutor, AMH2 P. Hutchins AMS2 C. Robinson, AMS2 P. D. Weil- nau, AMS2 W. A. Koch Constant attention to detail prevents problems in me air. The fight against corrosion is a never ending battle. ,f,,V,y7 3 If . ,ff .,2., 5 xl ,ff 9: K M I 4 If 'F' f f 1--,,'.', ., . 'fz,z.w4': ff 1- 1:6 -9' '4' 4 xl A Iv :- I f . ,.yf,, - .. If ff? A . , 45 4 iff f at ,, 3' ff? A W- . , . I , .f, x 'R . 7 .I AMH2 R. I. Robey AMH2 M. A. Skelton AMS3 R. S. Barr AMS3 A. D. Pease AMS3 P. R. Nelson AMH3 R. C. Lostutter AMS3 0. H. Snowden AMS3 W. R. Schutt AMS3 W. C. Phibbs ,. , U'1"'- 3 ' ' . - ., ,., .pap ,- . . Y f . ...al V1 .I -I.. 4 'Q . ,..-. . ,, . .. . . ,-.. -vb - ' H94 .fi - . .. mln! . V :J ' ' 6 I j Q - N z - - ' . -, ,jp V Tfilia 1 3 F' P 6? V 1-' -1 V .5 . ,A . , ' , . -3. .gig , . ' ', 3 , uf 5 'T-.- " : V ,I . ,, . ."'i If VIA- ' .. A ' :I 5. f fs f -Q A 7 WA ll x f A K LINE DIVISION Lg, ...ie W GW '- G 35 as if ,I ' ",-f my dt . I t"w ADCS W. B. Moore AMHI J. E. Thomas ADJ2 D. T. Norris ATR2 H. E. Carver AMS3 C. R. Davis ADJ3 D. R. Pierce ABH3 C E. Bowman ATN3 G. M. Taylor ADJ3 L. T. Crow ADJ3 R L. Nystrom AMS3 J. A. Goldman ADJ3 J. L. Steed J r s ' 'D I , 4 I ' ' x 302 E 55 H vv' ,, -W .. 1 'J 1 X . 1. I X '..' V I ADJ3 W. E. Cabaniss, AE3 V. M. Jordan, ADJ3 R. S. West my ADJ3 J. L. Mullins, AE3 B. L. Miller, AE3 M. L. Schultz AMS3 T. R. McKee, ADJ3 R. Edyvean, AMH3 C. G. Hurley AN J. E. Ferguson, AN S. A. Kossin, AN G. J. Kurtz AN D. L. Stallings, ABHAN R. J. oun- lene, ADJAN R. c. Huey "But Maior, all you do is turn the key." , naman sz. J. wr Huey ff Z" aa . , wg, 5, 3 4 , "L baniss, AEJ V, M 5' Wes, I think the gear is up here somewhere. Ir, Asa a, L. Mina. E, Aon n. www' nf KIIIIIM X AMEC D. E. Meyer AME2 D. B. Brown AME2 G. Maves AME2 M. P. Anderson AME2 L. W. Steward AME2 W. L. VanlandI SEATS AND CHUTES AME3 D. E. Thorpe AME3 J. P. Craven AME3 H. W. Mariin AME3 K. D. Robbins AME3 T. R. Eldridge PR3 L. A. Connor PR3 L. R. Piech ELECTRONICS TECHNICIANS ',,::-.' 3 .5 --1,.' ATI R. M. Campbell , I Iln I V A A,.A. , A AT1 G. A. Saindon I I ATN2 v. A. Ferraro ' " ' 'r'1 1 1" f f' f ' I ATN2 R. T. Reece 5 0 .aff 8332.95 1' ATN2 L- E- Cobb " -I 7' L. J. D. Wells "IW I :V VVAV ,kf A JV F' '1e eL'e wi ., . .- l..- g L 'Q ,.,4. . V . ATN2 H. E. Bolon i M b Q: if , ATN3 E. A. Lafleur -, H Vh. , my "" ' 5 g ,V ..,,. If X ..Q,K3, ATNAN L.m. Evnsazor jf' 5 . ,,.f ATNAN L. M. Urbanski fr? A fjw, o..f mr mwamm.xwmmw:wrrm'f1r:mFz'2"4swf-ffww'-rrw+..f--4 V -, r 303 if s 5 v, wr- 'HL' " -..1 f F' 'Q . ' i . ' serif 5, -A+ 7 f gy 95" 5 XQKQ .27 X496 6. . bfi NA . Z .J , 2 AQC R. A. Burnes AQI T. M. Tobin AQF2 B. L. Feldman AQF2 D. K. Brainard AQF2 J. R. Raven AQF2 F. Keiser RADARMEN . 9 nam' if . 'W 1 'fu l1's simple, we iust remove the radar so the RD's can't down it. i I 1 304 AQF2 K. W. Sharp AQF2 W. J. Hinfl AQF2 M. W. Wycoff AQF2 J. D. Hogan AQF2 M. T. Rohrer AQF2 D. G. McCarIe Y AQF3 J. E. AQF3 T. L. AQF3 M. L. AQF3 J. W. 6.3 .4 e -.zx 'J Q 2 X . Wvh 1 Ruffer McCarter Kriz King AQF3 J. J. Lytle AQF3 R. L. Brehm AQF3 T. W. Hayes AQF3 T. L. Smith Q, 5 rf .Ri N R 3 f Q. X QM TAN 3 X wg ...T ax X X N E .J.,,1. -warg Q T " J Af f AEC D.J. Brown 1 ai, AEC B. G Baynard AE1R.W.MCCar1hy ., AVIATION Q ELECTRICIANS . AE1M.R Herbert 5225.3 AEI J.W. Pederson 1 AE1B.W Shirley A E 1 ,X D: AE2 J.W Horton sy' s 13, R ...Q AE2 L. N. siaucn AE2G.P Bouvier eff Q 1' :" .QM s AE2R.C Mann AE2 R.Anaraae To ,V .,. ,WV QP AE2 J. M Taylor AE2 J. Marsillo ' ,"' x"' vs- AEZJ. K. Flemisrer AE2 R.M. Jones T . V'VA' N e er , AE3 W. R.CIevenger V AE3 P. B. RBY "This oughi fo be good fora AE3 E. P. Diomar , VAQA ee4'e-Ar N. ,, few yellow sheet gripes." . ' "jA . To AE3 T. s. Allen T... ff- AE3 R.Hamanon 5, M .M AE3 R. E. Towns A H if 1 3 AE3 E.camzo ,,, .Z P 5, ' ...Q AE3 R. B.MCCar1hy ,, ,.,.. AE3 B. N. Libby -VIR 1 , 54 , . vv ' AE3 P. Guarnero T we . AE3 L.R.Mai0"S H "" ..,.. .PT.1 '7 AE3 J. E. conene ..T. 'P R T T fZ'1Z'p?0:' AE3M.E.S1u1ler 4 AE3 c. D. Bun To 'QW 1... ,Mt W., 305 W P"WW"m.mW'.f,'Qif QWPW '4'm'1fIQQll ' N- ' ' .iH2i' WW e smizwa T11f1iFii'SfvfTfii 'Tr -lu-Q 'fkv ' A ,M ' 7' L 4., ' X ff ' 1' ..,,. , -f3,:'i-v .M , ,. . 'Q N. W gpm.. Nr-.-. -'U nw . 1- an 0 ,i ,,.. an- A A ,, fr -W, ff ,gjv , , :: , - .Iv f , X , ' -.mn f M, ' 'h""f' ' Aan. ,zu 'f , M,f.,:fg,y0 W. W, 'flvvw' " ' ' af Q' I --a.-In-nadnagl ATTACK SDUADRON EIGHTY-TWO The ATTACK SQUADRON EIGHTY TWO MARAUDERS have a history dating back through World War II. However after being decommissioned in the fifties, the present squadron was established on May lst, 1967 and after completing train- ing in the replacement air group, assumed their separate identity on September 5th, 1967 iytder the command of CDR J. E. Jones, USN. Flying the brand new air- craft, the A-7A Corsair ll, the MARAUDERS quickly established themselves as a fully operational squadron. The MARAUDERS ioined AIRWING SIX in Decem- ber, 1967 and the first plane flew aboard the AMERICA in January 1968. Since then the MARAUDERS have been a strong link in the chain of striking power of AMERICA AIRWING SIX combination. ,CS T , sf. ii z,"1jg?:w'j3f:W'75"j Hifi .W ' . df'-F 307 ,,.- k. N V g . N A IL 4. .si m -'V .J . r. ,if . . T 1 ' ' A J' ' L e'-- -2 "ff ' ' 4 4 "' I .af 'Hfa ,UO 'f"'lF9. , ..,, A 02, 4 . A I: s I ? 4 x 'M , 4 Q N V ' ki . ,323 'L "4' ,L MV 5 --.1-':i:' ' 54 :Q '-if , , W:-r ' .'."vJ'.I?7fT?:" ' , IT, ' . . 1, V fP:'fmf'2f f . 7 fie Q ' , " Y ll ' ' L H I ' lt' Y I Q X X LCDR Carroll E. Clausen, LCDR Fred P. Hueber, " ,ufff .A A:-,vin .1 , V' VW,,,,.4j,,14Z 1 fa R L ,L:.f nga , jr ff 1 fy Z ,. , g .ff .fQ75'9.mma 54. fy M, .f.. 9 , 'JZ 5 ,, 'W 1 1271 f 4 F K 4 LCDR David S. Greiling, T, 1. V: LCDR Douglass L. Van Orden .Q v wk 'Q' X I I H3 X 1253.- - Nvxwg LCDR Douglas P. Dunbar, LCDR Marle D. Hewett, LCDR Wilson H. Crone, Jr., , , fd., V " '? "" 1 2,1 f' 'L V , , lv Ax, 4 31, 5 S ff'51QfZf f ,ff . Y 'V v. , , ,,f, 7 4, if , ff l f 4-4.5. LCDR David A. Page ,rf LT Berchman E. Rogero Jr., LT Kenny W. Fields, LT Robert W. Bryant, LTJG Carter B. Refo mf , 2 V sv. v Q D X . 308 4 f A V ,, ,,,f, ,, I ,,,, 2110577 1 , 14' ' . . W" ' 4, ,. .Wf- , f ,gi :W wif ' M6 " X my' Z h LTJG Joel D. Eaton, LTJG William G. Burd, LTJG Frederick C. Lentz, LTJG Walter J. Moser 321,137 Y Yi, W' W "" ,AV 4j - -, ff? Q 'gg ., .,.. , Wy, 3 1 . v f j fw 4 , I l 5. 4 , 2 4 72411. 4 4X , sz A f ' 'Z i f ,ff ffil V 13. iff: J J ff' if -' , , 1 X ' f t I LTJG John A. Van Eps, LTJG James R. Counter, LTJG Charles A. Cook, Jr., LTJG Thomas L. McClelland ,UMW . . I gf, ,T f 2 . , 2 , 9 .. if , , .WX , , Q LTJG David K. Wahlstrom, LTJG Thomas W. Brown, WO-I Chester E. Placke 'T . rx, 309 , . z.- A - t to L I lt' V 310 A ,. A.,, .A - 5 AA ,fff-Q' 3, I Q. ' 9 i f' 4156 , Q ,- 154 , V, ga lf. - - ff ','k ' wif", til 1A" A A J' X 'uf ,U .. -1Lfe.f'..f:z, ' M "'L'1I'f2."f5fr " .ef . -if . X ., vi' 53.3, ,sh 'L V. . . V I Y .f A ' XV . C " -wiv, :',if,.Lf:f.QS:,vf'f"'w 'vii ,. l H z, Q, I . V A - , 'Q 9 fig 'rf ' ' . ". I 592 A ,.,,. . .. I I . -. Q -Y 1 . 1 V I if , QW ,'., 5-'K' I fz lg! , hz.. f n,97,f,,.,j 'if 8,94 I Q. AFCM R. Adamson ADCS D. McKnight AECS W. Yates AOC B. Meeks AOC J. LeMaster ATCS P. Sparta AMSC F. Smith ATC R. Story AMEC J. Woolum ATC D. Shreve AOC K. Garvin HMC T. Carpenter :sniff , nfl' CPO'S 81 TECH REPS Y, fav' .- fy iy J , an 1 A 7 Q' .3 X. . .J- Qlil' ' wi er ADJC V. Grow, YNC B Childers, ONC M. Hall AMHC V. Duprey nf REPS vnc B- gnil ENLISTED X Q ,. ' . . ' . fl: 9 Q -Q Y if Rl - 5 V .I 'W ' .IV ' 1' '7 - -. 1:4 ' 1" J , 6 , . , ig ' A, , 4 1 , ' H J .. . ,, . , , HA., Y, . N W fy S S ' X I - 1' f W J A4 X ' , ' . - Eg . . J Z Q Io- ' Y 'E A A -1' f 3 V-fb I., 3 4 1, x AMH3 R. Adkins, AMS2 P. Archambaull, AQF3 D. Arnold, AMH2 W. Bagwell, ADJAN E. Bailie, ADJ2 A. Baldasso, ATN3 F. Barber, AQF3 T. Barrett AN R. Baumgartner, AMH3 J. Bender, SN J. Bisterfell, ADJ3 R. Boden, AZ2 G. Borcheck, AMS2 S. Bowers, ABHI J. Bradford, AN E. Brincat s AQF2 J. Brown AE3 R. Brown AQBAN S. Brewerlon AQF2 R. Bumpass - .-1 iw 4 'S vs.. 'Em . A 'ff 'f..,' f, .VKISQYQ . ' l ww , . . f,f,.., ,q K ' '4.f'.-Hi'.!x.'.+?-JW -1 "f" V J"" r'J'1'+fl' 1 f f 311 ba. ., 1, ,,,-1 3 ADJ3 D , 3 M , ' Q3 AQFYR F1 "' I ' " ATN3 R 1' 5 I X AQF2 D ' A N 1,64 ., gn. 4, , 75 ATR3 G. Clore AN R. Cluey ATN3 R. Coleman YN2 A. COIIinS ATN2 G. Cook AMSAN R. Cornell AN C. Corley AMSI R. Davis SN K. Day ill 3 ATR3 P. Durrence SN A. Evelyn A03 F. Fallin AE1 J. Flint ADJ2 J. Fox ADJ1 D. Foulk A01 K. Gaines ADJ1 J. Gilliam ATRAN K. Griffin ATN3 G. Gross ADJ3 G. Siefferf AE3 D. Harper AME3T Dixon A03W Domer ' . 5.5, i J nj ,f , CQ X . , ,, .,,.., fix 5 my Q I, nf Q """""ip. i ,fi '4,. AV' I'. i " 'Qgxfhfp -r .L w Qi!! 'A 3 E . yi . gg .,,., H -G. I . 'T J' 1-e. L. ' . '.. . 1 M 4' x, 1 " gh! .. in lf 21: A - is 13. . A jg' in 545 I 4 " l '1 v 2 9 W , ,. , ., AX. , a . ff... Q" .'.7' , '2 9 4 'Q .2 1 Q Q 1 1. , , K K, ,fi fa i ,A v K 3 :2 5 , J ' N f Q, -4 5.23 .-7 X f AMS2 R. Harris AE2 P. Hastings L I rf X ff1?f4'- x . 1 5 1 A r' 2 I . 1 7 1 0 AN A. Hatfield i V AOAN J. Haubrich ADJ3 E. Hawkins . ADJI F. Helfrich ' . ,.,...E ' ATN2 D. Hendricks ' AME2 L. Hetherington AMH3 T. Higgins AN L. Holben ATN2 D. Holcomb AQF3 W. Holmes AMS1 F. Hyles AE3 F. Iapichino SN M. Jackson ATN3 R. Jackson AMS3 T. Jackson ATN3 S. Jaeger ,Q 314 .. ,.... ., N ADJ3 D. Jaster AE3 D. Johnson CSSN H. Jones nr' Ar... AE3 N. Kanieski AE2 C. Kenney - AE2 R. Kessler Fl 2, fu AQF3 R.Key AA R. Kyle 'A A me "Wai .T is J . ' ff ' AQF3 R. La Berge AMH3 T. Lehman ADJ2 J. Lewis AZ1 H. Lichtenegger AMH3 F. Lottier AMSI G. Lowe AN D. Lutz ADJ2 D. MCClanahan PR2 F. MCGiIl X63-' XJR .r AMH2 D. Lander ATN3 D. Lauzet A02 R. Leatherman ATN2 G. Leazer PNS R. LeCIair AMH3 G. Ledford 4, V -W lv .1 ' ,. , - - i ,i . fl iff! t .U , L 5 , rf J gig.. Y , A " " 4 J 9 - , 'W' .1 f X 1,':.?, f' R, ' 1-.Q flhr 4' I fp f ' we fx ' JT ' -.- ,, 615, if v "W if " f K 4 . 151: .',. -R X . ,s Fx ' " f 1 QS' 1 4 A, 9 7, L v -ov "7 V!. v 5. , r I V J 'iffy f , ' .e f' ' A? A I 'O' ,U 'W' - 95211 A ,,,.. I X' B 5, AQB3 E. McKay AE1 C. Merrell ATR2 J. Meyers AZ2 J. Miller AE3 V. Miller AQF3 J. Moll AMH2 C. Morgan AMH2 W. Morris ATR2 K. Musil ADJ3 D. Naplin A02 J. Ness AMH3 K. Noe f ff I., . L. i. . QQ5. ffl. .ff .. k . ...' .fan AN v. Palo AEI D. Patton A ,N N SN J. Peck fr' xx. Egg? f X ' ., L gem if :QS . 1, 4. YNSN R. Penn AE1 T. Phillips AA M. Pierce ' ' K , AA J. Portalatin AN R. Quigley AN S. Raillaff A02 G. Rebman X-M ' V- f ,JW , if .1 .2 . I If -cg , M X l , 1 gf? 6 04 i ' R L Lf iff I P .9 . . ? iii ,,x3,a1i WWE' S K . -X -0 ""'e .A,x 'WX .. ldv 'A-x ,. 1 . K Q' e C2 A . fb -pi S :ga A ,, :s f AE3 I. Register AE2 E. Rigg HM2 J. Riggle AE2 F. Rivera AA G. Robbins ATN2 C. Roche ATN3 M. Rodi TN R. Romuar SD2 D. Sanionil AME3 R. Sawyer AME2 P. Schmidtgesling ABE3 L. Schoonover i Ajl, X 'V 'w.1..I.ln.'. " ' 1' .........-v ,.....,..,. ..,, .....,, if W iw ,, .,. f, , .... - ww if LAX iiii W 2 'ii' i ,, 1-Angra? ., ,h I "- ., A e .X . ATN3 D. Sha ppiro ff. -fi t? 1 A02 R. Sherwood ,A -,-e'- A N A .S . X X - f I AMH3 R. Shirley I if . 'Q.' f AQF2 w. shunz we 1 1 A 317 1 ,V 'M ' ' -' , ,, . , . - 9, vw g-+1 ,-fm' gwix - 'Q Lf. ' '159311 .. -mai V - ' ' - ' - 'i".egJa.a.f2f5l2 M, u.e.f5 '..+ 1 7 ' A . H M - i " A - '- -- . Q , 1- "-uf 'Z .Q i I Vu . 1 ' Q "' i 7 .4 .1 r 4 N ea . --1:21 ' ' " :L . -.3 gg ff .iiefi A .Y ' "J ffqy . .ff , 12.3021 . '14 . ' . " if f Q56-Z., -A' ff' ' K V. f 8, ff ,.ggyf, . A fi - .. A ' 13: 4 'I A fm? " if U 1.2 . ' 4' ' 5' " 11 27f3r2.'p -'ff ' V' - I V A-J f f . " wif " A A .U ' if.. Wff' '37 V . . :Mg . . I! 1 , . ' t5"""' ' 'lv N95 AVP' ' ' ,,. V fg,3,1v- -my-4' W . ' W4 . A01 C. Singleton ADJI H. Slate YNSN C. Smith AMH3 R. Smith AMHI W. Smith ADJ3 R. Snyder AQF2 R. Stegeman AN W. Stephenson SN M. Steward AN R. Stokes A02 J. Stoots ADJAN P. Storm P 2 . wx K 318 751 A02 W. Straub PN2 R. Stull AMS1 D. Sullivan AN R. Svenson PR3 K. Tamburro AN B. Tanguay AN F. Tenner ATN2 S. Travis ATN2 N. Trbovich ADJ2 J. Valentino ATN2Vanness AEI J. Venables 5 X, W .ax J AMS2 J. Walker AME1 J. Walker AN T. Wandzilak Qs AMS3 J WaShel9SkI ATI J. Welsh AN O. Wesf ATN2 D.WeS1ing1on AQFZT Wettlaufer ADJ3 R. Whntehurst AME3 R. Whiiefield PR2 G. Whiilafch ATI G Wiersma ., , A HID WP' -,-, . .... E .,... ' ,-.-. g35jf,5g.5g5L, ll ' A'f- 4.45-Ejivl 1 C53 D' Wouord ii Al ""' AE3 L- Womac A ' w AMHI R. woods .A.. -"" ' A VA' ' . ., . . Q. J . 1 'wcfmsvww fafff' 'W' A"AfMS-WV'---- 319 ATTACK SUUADRON EIGHTY-SIX The "Sidewinders" of Attack Squadron Eighty-Six began their history as VF-921 at N.A.S. St. Louis flying the F4U "Corsair" in February 1951. ln 1952 they transitioned to the F8F-2 "Bearcat" in preparation for the F9F-5 "Panther" which was assigned to the squadron in November 1952, On February 1953, VF-921 was redesignated as VF-84 and began flying the F7U-3 M "Cut- lass" in April 1955. Then in July 1955, VF-84 became the present VA-86. The "Side- winders" retired their "CutIasses" in May 1957 for their first attack aircraft, the A4 "Skyhawk" which they flew until January 1967. During February 1967, the "Sidewinders" transitioned to the new A7A "Corsair II" to become the Navy's first fleet operational squadron of this new attack aircraft. Extensive weapons evaluations and carrier qualifications were commenced in preparation for a tour in the Tonkin Gulf. The practice payed off While on the wa to Vietn th . y am e squadron partic- ipated in an Operational Readiness inspection and received the highest grade ever given to an Atlantic Fleet squadron. The squadron left the United States in April 1968 as a member of Carrier Air Wing Six, the most modern airwing yet assembled. While on their tour on Yankee Station, VA-86 com- piled an enviable record of strike missions against the enemy forces. All hands of the squad- r on participated in a tough iob in a way that only the "Sidewinders" can. SIDE WINDERS ,fl :Lf 931. -SIX as Vim at NA transitioned 16 is '35 assi n E 986 ig the 1VA-IQ, The M CK aircrair, me A, JA "Corsair II" in aircraft. Exieiisiie Qoaraiicr for 'Pe Squacrori pm, grade ever givenir B Your frier A' Wing Sir Siariorr .A-I6 com- mas 2' the squad- CDR J, E. RUSS COMMANDING OFFICER EXECUTIVE OFFICER COMMANDING OFFICER R D, E. Gord0fI EXEIZUTIVEOFFICER '-I2 , .,,, v --VV W-fr-'Ev'-w""5T1ff"Y , -,f ii -Y -i 3 ' . . if -zrwwwir, rffrv , F - rr - r , f - ' 'ri"f ' r I 1' :F fm., A i H .,.,,.. .. 2, , ex ' gm, , 739' S' if W 5 ,., 8 5 Q FH , L ,Nj ' ,cf-17 5' 1 , H , . Q WW. ,J ,,. , ,.,x,.. :A ,S ., , ,-3 ,..' J . fr ' 4 ' Q i X A .v, ' -A f' . LCDR J. F. Waison LCDR B. F. Short LCDR R. W. Ford LCDR K. H. Webb LCDR D. G. Bennett LCDR P. A. Polski X f,,,..,,, A I J an ...W V ,,.. I ,S I f. - .LLL..L.,.. rg , K P LCDR R. C. Briggs LT C. S. Bratton LT D. S. Marquis LT R. A. Smith LT D. E. Patridge LT J. B. Gillett rv' LTJG L. E. Scott CWO2 J. Lutes WO D. R. 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Ebl ATN2 S. Edwards AMH3 J. Ellis AMHI R. EUbankS AMH3 D. Evans AN J. Fabian AE2 R. Fagan ATN2 D. Foreman AMS2 J. Furgeson AN G. Gailor YN3 J Geflfl ii: 3 2 . E if 3 if ' "ff-5 I 1 n Q 1' A I . v , ., , , i , 3 1, ,V-MQ., ap. , ,411 f1,,.w5,, .L ATN3 T. G0fZ0n AMH2 A. Greene AZ2 R. Gufterman PR2 N. Hale AMS3 H. Haayer AMH3J. Hansen AOI R. Hardern ATN2 M. Hargrave AN S. Harlow AQFZJ. Harrell AN L. Holmes AQF3 J. Holt AN R. Jabour AE3 J. Jackson AE3 T. Jackson AN S. Jones kia.. sp x X 'R '? If Q Qu- M Q 'S Oi ,ex . . :...,,,,,...,g, . 29" -s . . . X .. WB Q. . ... . ,..,, . l c Y AE2 G. Kangas AMS3 T. Keller AO2 W. Kendall ADJ3 E. Kroll AQF3 W. Krug PR2 J. Kukta ATN3 C. Kunte AN P. Lamorte ADJ3 W. Large AE2 T. LeComte A02 W. Lloyd A02 W. R. Lloyd AMHI J. Lovell ADJ2 J. Lovett ATN2 D. Martin AQF3 L. Mathis 92 6 ,Y 7 2 Y 14,12 , L . H6 ,- J , , 2 1 M. n , ai 4 fx? Z! f .Wh f wtf' f , W fs X A... 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Z A' fi -xl, ,X tp, V,,,,l, ,, 1 K XXQQ x ' K I K nv' ' I i ,K l I 4 . .M sf.. . Q gi E X H53 Ji.. COMMANDER Kenneth L. Coskey relieved COMMANDER Jerry L. Patterson as Commanding Officer of Attack Squadron EIGHTY-FIVE in ceremonies aboard USS AMERICA on 28 July 1968. Highlights included presenting CDR Patterson the Bronze Star Medal with Combat "V", the reporting of the change of command to Commander, Attack Carrier Air Wing SIX, Cdr Patte-rson's farewell address, and a cake cutting ceremony at the reception that followed. 349 I Q Exim.. , 9- 'V .-...f , .3335 ' 219 5' xviypff. ...ILL Q A 5.."5,vQ ' 1 41' 1 1 Q' -WW di QI' -" G' .ma ,A l 1 A , -Z In 8 . ,,..- Mm,- - ! ll FCE? i Reconnaissance Attack Squadron THIRTEEN I "Crosse-5,' 'piggy I lRVAH-131 was originally commissioned on A .gQn1N,ay-QCP' 3 January 1961 at NAS Sanford, Florida as Distinguishiing Heavy Attack Squadron THIRTEEN lVAH- 13 gi-Oundiijfficerg 131, a unit of the United States Atlantic iFIeet. The squadron operated as a long range attack squadron flying the Douglas A-3B "Skywarrior" with capabilities for all weather nuclear and conven delivery. VAH-I3 was assig earned seven Navy , and ten Secretaryot thsevsNav4y- Commendation Ribbons for oustanding p7erto-rmancein rsufp? port of combat operations in Southeast Asia. 13 also received the Navy Unit Com- s a result of its efforts during Air Wing ELEVEN embark KITTY this t. During April 1966 while HAWK ICVA-637 for her cruise f operations RVAH-I3 esi in the Caribbean in I trans tabli hour record for the.RA- ferred with her to the flC Sh0l'fly SC by during a twenty- thereafter. At this t home nine line." - port was changed to Washington. VAH-13 -years maintaining and functioning as a Seventh Fleet. In transferred back to pilots, bombardier fenance personnel transition to the RA ing the winter of 1 VAHl3 ferred the A-3B's, American RA-5C "Vigi the new role of a attack squadron functioni Navy's new Integra gence System llOlS1 was redesignated RVAH-13 "Bat" insignia. 'Vigilante". Du The "Bats" commenced their first combat cruise in November 1965 as a component of Attack Carrier Air Wing ELEVEN em- barked in USS KITTY HAWK KCVA-631. Operating from KITTY HAWK in the South China Sea on "YANKEE and DlXlE" stations from November 1965 through May I966. RVAH-I3 flew 545 combat sorties over North and South Vietnam. Squadron flight crews were awarded four Distinguished Flying VAH-I3 returned to ked in USS KITTY nd combat deploy- ulf. RVAH-13 flight f sorties over North before ing home in June flight were awarded onef vy Cross tif Distinguished Flying Air Medals, fifteen om Medals with Combat stinguish and one Purple Heart. ioined AMERICA Air Wing SIX in the Operational Readiness n ect May 1968 RVAH-13 com- its third consecutive combat cruise with reconnaissance flights over Northgvietf C Ibbea nam. The "Bats" of RVAH-13, after com- S' pleting their third professional combat gperf formance, returned to 'theirunew home. NAS S Albany, Georgia in December""1968,e with the satisfaction of another fiiobiivveli.E-doTne.'f' WOI P Vaccaro WOI H E Warren nr L 27 R S. Moore, LCDR R S Meek LCDR R A Johnson LCDR G N KUEHI1 LCDR J D Durban, LCDRR E Kuhlke LCDR T W Wallace LCDR T. L. Kopec LT T M Wofford LT J P Jannlk LT L L Hofsteuter LTJG D T Morgan LTJGJ L Nevms LTJG R D Schmlerer LTJG E. W. Peavy LTJG W B Dunn LTJG B H Smooker LTJG S F Gla Seestedt r' 9 I ri wg fy l ,Marvln J Bellamy E E Bolton G lngermanson ATCS H. J. 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G. McLean PH3 I. G. McQueen ADJAN M. P. MCSween AN J. B. Meisenhelder ATR2 E. A. Michaud AZI R. Mick "5 GY Il , ATN3 R. C. Minor ATNAM A. R. Misiler PH2 J. S. M0rSl0Ck AME1 S. C. Morgan ATN3 M. P. Mudryk YN3 T. W. Murphy ATN2 P. J. Muskavitch AME2 J. T. Nobles ATI A. J. Noel AKl W. S. Norris AQB2 W. R. O'Brien J. R. Pauline ADJ2 P. D. Pennington ADJ3 R. N. Peterson AZ2 N. E. Plummer ATR N. J. Pregibon AEI H. N. Race IOIC W. F. Ray ATR2 R. M. Reeves AQB2 0. D. Remington J. H. Reynolds ATR3 J. L. Rhodes PT3 C. H. Roberts A02 G. A. Roberts lLT'.l5Hl?L' Y' 53.5, H ' .,,, ulzuuv h i W ' . f -.',- Q 4 J , P if I 'K Q , ..,. H. ,VA.i M, ,. ,.. . , ,V 5. "" ' 5, T53 ,, J 2 . . 34' if if .3 f , ,,.' 1' Y 1 . '. - - - ... , J S- ., ..,. v,::-,v 1 N? ifgil V A N- 3:59, V . .A . A ' If A A' 1' .A f 'T ' . 1- ' '. T' ll .J " - ' f 'Iii lg' F' "". V, wg, ' , ' I J 4 'T-fl-in 1 3 'J JZ2. ' f 1 1 , 4 9' D um., A ,,,. ,. -. -'.- -"" T' ..,.. . J S, JW 1 HRK. .bln ff.. ,,., ., .. f-,W ,.ffmf1Maaw.4wfy 360 5 1 tv vlvy , --- .za QM .21 .:V. If.-, f- YW " " ' 77? W' 45 "" " W2 g v Q, X, H ' I :I H la. Z, Q I A .tra I ,bk iq! V: ,L Q .g.., il , -5... 1, , .J " 'gr f au, f ,.. . A . qw . ., ,Qi X , v 8 i V' rw ,, f In , -nc -ll-1 ' A M5 . L- ' ' wif, A .,. , Ns, " A M. G. Ross, AQB2 W. E. Rosenquisf, AN L. P. Rochester, ADJI J. A. Rossman, PH1 J. L. Ruiland, AT3 R. M. Ryan, ADJ3 S. T. Savage, ATR2 R. L. Sawyer, AQB3 C. T. Sackrison PH2 L. L. Sallions, AN E. Santiago, AN W. D. Sastram, PR3 Schreiber, AE3 L. Scollan, ADJ1 M. D. Scoville, AMS3 R. H. Seachrist, Segala, AN J. E. Shah ADJ3 J. M. Shannahan, AME2 E. G. Sharp, ADJI M. H. Siebert, SA P. S. Sierra, AE3 G. W. Simpson, AE2 G. P Sitzer, PR3 F. Spickenreufher, PH3 H. L. Stacey, ASB J. A. Stankowski "wi '5"' , ATJR il COVIE me P 'li lv P bn M X l t A - Q ' M,- QW S P. E. Trahey ADJ1 K. E. Trea AE3 J. L. Trull Assc R. L. Tucker G. F. uainson R. A. vandergrin AM:-nw. F. vann ASSC M. G. Vogt AME3 B. A. Walker AME2 M. J. Weatherholt AEI N. G. Wiggins AQI W. L. Wilkerson SN P. E.Williams S.WilIiams J.G.Wilson AMHAN J. H. Young AE2 M. D. Young AQB2 A. G. Zion M. Zygmum T- ...i M , N ff' I f " ?wmasx3iz.w:iiTlMrmfeffiQ.me.sa " "'?'f"'!5!. 4 .,. . A Www' if- A ,. mf, I A .... 1 . L L K X 42, 5 -1 2 f , , I 1' ,wh .'1, I 7- f I 4 5.14552 QW 1' . f, - I J? gp A ' ,nz I -' ri zf - 79' . Z4 1 79: fl V 2- . ' V, ga! 1. Mg! L .' Vw "0 Q ff? "4 ' 1 vi. . A V Q 1, ' ,Q V ' i .2224 PT! N. J. Sfaub, AQB2 C. A. Sfeubing, SN D. L. Sutton, AA S, W. Swain PH3 D. L. Swallow, AMS2 R. D. Swinson, AME2 R. W. Sylvester, AE2 J. F. Tab0l' A03 J. A. Taglia, AQB2 S. G. Thomson, AQB3 J. A. Tiller, PT2 G. W. Tomlin 21 f 1? 9 of 3' 4 f f 41 A 3 ' Z ldlh. ,PQQL ,2', - 5 . .. -+L' , ff ?- ., , fb. QQ ' ,r Aiwzn . ,, , 0451" f Q55 ' qv A' ' ,,.f in ' A . . 5' N, V.,.,. ., , 15.21 V 4 V. hy. L X li, USN lficer .G- S051 lR A fyalive ment rJ . gffli ii' iw:lC't:.f-gg,3l.ii"'wi'-.f 1 A fi' -- '11 in " .'f".fl I M l" l if l . V+., ...- . f-Q . - . 4.L-4- ...- A 41... . . mega. ,,,, . ...vm H Y, VAW-122 was commissioned on board AMERICA on April 1, 1967. Flying the Grumman E-2A "Hawkeye", otherwise known as "the Hummer", the squadron performs its vital missions of airborne radar early warning, intercept control, and a host of other tasks as assigned, miles from the task force. VAW-122 has selected as its symbol an alligator Iunching on an enemy aircraft. The way in which the alli- gator swiftly and savagely protects its nest reflects VAW-l22's use of state-of-the-art electronics and aggressive operator skills to warn the task force of an approaching enemy and to direct supersonic Navy fighters. LT LT LTJG LTJG LTJG LTJG LTJG J, N, Nlahgqd L, R, gafcomb J, A, Redden D. J. Lovasz C. D. Matthews R. F. Jordan W. R. Goudy v 1 .,, . 'gf o . . LTJG LTJG LTJG LTJG LTJG LTJG WO-1 R. B. Dowd F. A. Bruno A. P. Skroch J. W. Jones A. W. Eckert, R. J. Goodwin A. L. Halliday Jr. 1 Y' A ' 'W' X 363 f Q, .r 1' I . 1 1 1 1 1 1 364 x yin? 1 AEC S. Neel ATC J. Finch AMEC L. Babers, Jr. ATC J. Bruno ATC T. Pennington AA G. Abbott AN R. Bamberger ATI W. Basler AE3 S. Bell AN T. Bennett ATNAN L. Bottoms AMHAN R. Brown .495 ATCS A. Bedrosian ADCS H. Williams ATC O. Perry AMHC D. McDanieIs ATC W. Moore Jr. 7 .ly 4, 4 '3 6 1 , 'rf Q '-'W A ADJC T. McNally, Jr. H - . f 4 . H 7 , , .4 1.10 Q A 'WW tu ,,, L 1 , 2 . ar- , my . " 1122? x 24 Y ' :FZ fe? V A 9 -5 'X 1 1 Z. .., '- .,. ' 'f ...Q fi" .ff ' 7, ' H" ff" -. ,f if 1 Lui' V, V 1 fu gf Y 1 M, .. 1 4- - . if 4 ' w if ,Q .15 :.- ,, 1 - .Af X I 5 'Q ! .1 W Q Q X y X 4, ' A 1 R- .-rf. ,. 'f I - ' I if g,"k , , 'Q P": J' jj up F54 . ff' :rg 'f I .. 7 .N .., V iq I 4 H 1 ., Q 1 .l Xe, 1 4 AMS2 E. Bunning , lg: A AME2 M. Burcham A gi S-A X AMS3 F. Burgesen 'ff 1 3,4 -'-- A A- A .VS 3' ATI B.Burnet1 A '1't ' V "t 2. X?-' 1 AA L. Carr yy" X 1' A Q' 1 , TN R. Castillo f l I wr l 3 Nw sy.. V . 2 1. Qggi gfl .Iv ff -' .,,.: . I A Q-.,' W3 .5 .V . LM -61. - lxfx l . J lf . rv 11 W mn '51 f :z1'l.. " f ,,L""4.P H, N , .1-l Inf--I i I fa 4311.1 , 9 , 1,1 ,1' 1,1 1, .'1' , ',1 1 1 1 1 ,f , 4'1" 3'f' 1' 1 1 1'.', 1 ,1t,1 ,.,' 4 1 1'1,. 1'2 'L' 1,14 1 1,1 AA J. Caverly AE3 R. Ciecierski ATNAN J. Clower AA W. Connolly ADJ3 M. Coon 'A ' " I ' - "' '.,. fi 1 . I If llo ' 25' N ATI J. Cooper - ATNAN J. Corzatt It 42 5544 . y , f ADJ3 P. couch I if - l 'S 2 1 ' I ' V92 '- '- AN J- CVbU'5k' ' RM AMS3 J. Davis ' AN T. DiGiuseppe 42 , , A V 5 Il, A ATR2 P. Dymond . A ' Ivz' AN C. Edwards, J X W CVM If ATR1 H. Evans I fl -:M ' I 1 PN2 v. Fowles H wi-2' 1... I . ..., - .:,,. V'Vq - ,E PR3 P. Gast W l." AE2 R. cleanse . 1 Zi . I V'1. 'aff A'rR2J. Greb jx ATI D. Guernsey "Ll lx 2 I iii Q. . 2. If 1 5 " 'I :', .V t AEI H ' Guthrie I q ,Q V ff L' 5 .y AMS3 V. Hackett . -' '.. M W -1 .9. ' 1 ATI R. Hadding . .W .v,. . .,.L.. Q W AN H l Han-iilfon H I. 1-1 if 1' . 1 AK3 L. Hamlllon .4 ' ' ATR3 D. Hardman I I . ..5f.15"'sf35 i'5fIQ.fi ' .. , I wg ""' 3 Q 1' 1 Z I ff ' I.W 'V " . i f . A1-R2 G H ar-fwell l . :I - ij , Z. vvlb " :K M." ' ! ,.-- . ,Q 3 gf -- T S . , . HN C- Havs . ' Q "2 5' 17' I 'fi :" 9 '5' ' ' 7' , AMHI N. Heath 'V '1 '..-:v. 'W' 5 Z wg '- ' ,Q Stl... 24. . .... ATNAN J- Hebef' av ..., . Y I ,VI 25.1 :-. V H rv I 1 yi: B. Hennekey ' I I 5 S """"'I Wal' -M' I AN D. Hernandez, Jr. M115 .1 1 . 1, ffm I '24, 4955 1' -on ., .QQ 1 I 43 I '. 4.1 ' 'P' Qu.:- Y f '--3 L.-.r i 4 366 fi? i ' Z ' 21'-1 -" with ' 'iff ,,A. 1,4 .,,.....,.. Q ' .ff -'SVU ' 1.2.2 5' ' lb. ' 2'-'GQQQ' 17, , An my 12 'ff I Vi , koi? , -0 ,. Ztfc " V 'If' W x X' fiff ,c A .r ,FT . ug , 3. M 5 'H ,Q .- , Q- .f ADJ3 F. Kudlack SN H. Kugler AN J. Lang ATR3 R. Levasseur AE2 B. LeCIere ATR2 J. Lee .4 ATR2 R. Hickman AZ3 J. Hoffmann AE2 J. Hogstad ADJ3 K. Houser AMH3 M. Huffines ATI G. Ingham Eff ATI W. Jarvis AE2 G. Jorgensen ATNAN J. Kampert AK3 S. Kenyon AE3 E. Keeling, Jr. AMH2 T. Kriedler n .,. 7 A fn vw YN3 G. Leith, Jr. CSSN T. Lezynski AMH2 A. Littlefield AE2 S.MarabIe ATR2 G. Martin AN D. Mayer AMSI G. Migliaccio ADJ2 C. Miller ATRAN B. Milner PR3 D. Monroe ADJ3 T. Moore AME2 D.Morgan I rfb, 3 X 53 E X in .1 .2 vf- 2153 0 HOT f A I I., Q X? K f NN f Q. 1 I be 1 A A f . x SA Q... gin- 7. - .. .Q kk .-25,1 ' ' y N 75' .6 223 SK ,X vf ' 'X ls Z' 4 QQ 5 . 1 . J rr ,.. '15, A 5 ,. ...... 6 - 4 my -Jr .in Ninas... Qi. .:3 Q I ATR2 R. Nimmo fy' o AE2 E. oaks I X I W. Olariant . -45 1- V .71 , YE 'E' A WV ADJ1 G. Odom R I A 2 . gf.. ,ff AN F. Oliver 9 A X ,M j 1 ATN2 L. Renz f A ATN3 K. Schneider ff? ATN3 R. Schoon I su J. Sawicki , A Q AMEAN G. sem-wer . o fl I AMH3 D. Shaffer X A 2 1, " AMSI c. snan X R 2 Y W , iff Q a 1, SN R. Spatafora 3 6 Q, Q, y AMS1 W. Thompson , .fi X i I gg.. ADJ2 L.Timura Q 'cz' ,.., sy AMH2 J. Tobia R " 5' v""j AME2 L.T0dd M 1 WMM D J 1- YJ! 1 . fi. , .o A ' . L -.4 , Pi ! I ' 'R R ,,.,m.. i 1 I . , X . r . "l ax . f A l I R i . 5 , A AZ3 R. waggoner f X, ADJ2W.Westland W. , 1' o 3-iw: ATI Lwerbiskis ' fly A" "2' AA D. wnanen b ..., f irxxgz woocfs -' H 'f 'V "f: . lmmer e L 9' 367 12. ...Q WWWf'W"'J'f"'1' ' R' ' - I A n-an-4 '- 1 '-3' fl? . gi f, 15. Q- . .1 I V 4 k ,L -, 13, V Q- A F. L. Somer JG G. G. Clark OFFICERS I 6344? I LCDR J. G. Alvis LCDR T. Bingham 'W I' 1' 14 if 'U . ,f.,,, 1 m ' ' If X -pq I 45 5 fi q K 'E u LCDR P. J. Bergondy LT J. E. Chadwick LTJG H- E- Bull J' "' 4 , ...- -K , W af i my 1 3.:.'5T"' ' """' V , LTJG J E Pifko LTJG R, A. Brady LTJG L. A. Brahf 369 NW' :57'1' 370 Instructions fer' Tying Down The Plane Z 9 f xv. , NX 99? h,X Between Launches S VSNX. .L- Paperwork! ! X xg ' L i in L 1,4 Qi- ' - fi. .ef . rf' , fl ' nl L Wm 'X ee 'GFI R? ld! X in i TN R. Afalla AE2 G. Beach ATR2 G. Billell ADJ2 R. Crowder AE3 J. DeCrescenzo AK2 A. Freeman AMS1 J. Fronko SD3 M. Fulinara ADJI L. Goldsmith ADJ3 C. Hammond CYN3 J. Herzikoff ADJAN W. Inman 'Q 2 2 ,Y f fy SN J. Jones ADJC T. Langs AN R. Magnus ADJAN D. May ADRI H. Mclrlfire PN1 F. Osborn PN3 K. Palke ATR3 W. Waismann AN R. Watson .Q -0-. Keeping The Records .29 ' . .,.. 5 6 X J A .4-FL Q' 'inn X 1 f I gf! '14 K x 4 i f Q an 'in 'S a " 1 Ujilgia. ' , ,- 4 ,.., ef AN w. weaver , Briefing The Crew AN G. wilson ji" .. ... iviiiAiif1air2f:irfiiiziiii'+iiif'fagw ff 1 i fi 372 V 1 I R I f,,, Q4 Q Q... H' Lf ,mag may 'L -57 Working Oh The Tailhook Ev 'fo It Looks Good Up Here Getting the Plane Ready fi 6 . r,. if tl. 1 A d U, T ,, p J fu. W x 4 ,N uf 'fm S HEAVY ATTACK SUUADRON TEN DETACHMENT CDR Bradley D. Kiddle OFFICER IN CHARGE ff 5 1 Detachment SIX SIX history began in the Spring of I966 when Airlant notified the Parent Squadron, Heavy Attack Squadron TEN of the need for a three-plane A3B Tanker Detachment aboard the USS AMERICA CCVA-669. The first Heavy Attack Squadron TEN A3B Skywarrior flew aboard AMERICA on September 20, I966 as the AMERICA steamed for Guantanamo Bay on her first workup cruise, The Detachment consisted of eight officers making up four flight crews and 78 enlisted men, with Commander VV. M, Barnes in charge. Detachment SIX SIX mission was quickly defined as an airborne gas station due to the fact that the A35 could give away at least 1100 percent more fuel dur- ing a normal two hour cycle than any other aircraft aboard. The A3B can be launched off AMERICA with a fuel load ot 36,000 pounds, stay airborne for two hours, and have enough fuel available to transfer l8,000 pounds of fuel to other aircraft. During the I964 cruise, Detachment SIX SIX aircraft were used on nearly every launch as airborne tankers and the AMERICA became virtually a floating Naval Air Station with diverts due to low fuel nearly nonexistent. At the end of the Mediterranean cruise Detachment SIX SIX had compiled an aircraft availability and operational output record second to no other Heavy Attack Squadron. Each flight crew had at least 220 arrested landings aboard AMERICA. Their maintenance record was superior in that the tanker avail- ability approached 97 percent. Detachment SIX SIX is aboard AMERICA again for the 1968 Western Pacific cruise under the control of Commander Bradley D. Kiddie. With the development of the new tanker electric counter-measures type EK-A38 the need for con- ventional KA3B has been reduced to two aboard AMERICA, The KA3B still re- mains a more capable tanker with a 20 percent fuel give away margin over the heavily laden EKA-3B. n 1 ,Qi- '11 sew' -1 nys- 'ifzz Qs' -7 . 5-f'.j21,:sg. ' W4 f ' . .,,. , ,,., W i , 17.. H ,T , 4 A f x 4:1 1 J N' K ,. 4 , 'zu 'f 5: 1 , I LCDR J. Hawn MAINTENANCE LT J. Kennedy MATERIAL LCDR Galli, ADJ3 Scott prepare to man aircraft ' X MAIN MAT L CONTROL AMSC H. Faberman AMSC A. Hodgkins A22 D. Bray AN R. Clovis AKZH Hughes AME1 Proctor makes a fmal engine check iust sec- wemogfm Mu ff nf gf. CDR Kiddle debrlefs maintenance crew after returning from a combat support mlsslon AE3 M. Arld8l'S0l'1 AE1 W. Barcikowskl ATN2 J. Forman AE3 J. MCVey AN J. Nelson AE3 J. Nunel ATN2 C. Parry AE3 A. Rodriguez ATN3 R. Santillie AQB3J Welsch AT1 M Wlggms ii " ' .',f 'Q2,1'-9. "',"'. '15 17 ,fi .M ' f . Ng ' ' F1 ADJ2 Lloyd and A02 Seaton supervise the AN M. Cassiday ABH3 J. Clark AN G. Freeman ADJ2 G. Lloyd AN M. Markham A02 R. Seaton M fb a dress rl Mill T' .qln tg I r I ' NAVAL SECURITY GROUP . i '4 DETACHMENT ,.. ' cTc JJ.. Farrell A' ,IRL LT R.A. Cavaluchi The Naval Security Group Detachment was commissioned in USS AMERICA on 7 March 1968. The permanent crew consists of an OlC and CPOIC along with five enlisted men who perform various communications functions. The detach- ment is augmented with a ten man TAD team during extended deployments. The detachment's mission is to supplement the ship's main communications by providing a rapid and secure high echelon traffic channel to the Commanding Officer and embarked Flag. r i S W, , Q,,.,,.,.., .Msg , . L 1 :U Q E Y he ,X 'iv 'Z 3 V it :I ,L Q. 3: A VZ .5 " T , 1, A . aff, f--fi C -35 ...bv V , 5... . , , iv! . , l T . I T l AG3 W. Coy, CT3 R. Devreugd, CT3 D. Flanigan, CT2 R. Fotherby, CTSN S. Jackson, CT3 J. Mascio, CT3 F. Pesce .... .1 in 'S ggi .J ,1--elif" ' "ei 4 1 ., , ts.. , 45, . .g.,.:..,: 53? Yfg .. Q 'Q-'Z ,, , 'I :fu ' W - ..,, fa . it A fe .2 iff . " " A 'iff if T 'J 1 . ,, J , - 1.5 7 .. I V N W ,X , V,.,. , . 7 .,.ul CT2 L. Phillips, CT3 J. Scott, CT3 C. Snyder, CT3 R. Traber, CTSN C. Webb, CT2 E. Yeager N3 ,-, 5,'4r:, l2q,,.g.,y.,iL- ui Iraqi., - . - gmmvlt' wg, M x NS x N - Q .-,P ,- v5""f'Q..5QX ' wxnxtxm flllitfhi .A :RTW - H - f' 5. 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Ll 2 J I I 1 xl 4.-5 'fix I-annum Jfif ,, +V' ,ggallylf V7 fa. , , 77' f ,7 ' HA, 'H V4 0 . S 'YS xW 4 I 1 1 1 "Folk Mass" ICA Choir I l Xml Q Q.-in X I 00K . xv I1 X r xx "FolHhss" MERlCACI1oir. g A Q FR XT 'xxx .- 5 QQ 9 , 1 -IPP! Xa Rh 45.40 u' 1 - MQ I-'Hn ww' than , W "ix, . M my ' 'V 4 .1 'f ' 41 'W VV , 22 A Q 382 CDR Thomas W. McKean, CDR John S. Kifzmiller, DC,USN DC,USN CRUISE BOOK COMMITTEE CRUISE BOOK COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN CHAIRMAN . N CRUISE BOOK COMMITTEE AND STAFF I CDR Robert L. Treef, CDR Shirley D. Fr0SI, CDR John W. Beale, CHC,USN SC, USN SC, USN CRUISE BOOK CRUISE BOOK CRUISE BOOK COMMITTEE COMMITTEE COMMITTEE MEMBER MEMBER MEMBER I 'T' LT Dale V. Orgill, USN LT Eugene A. Havens, LTJG Matthew P. LTJG David S. walfish, PHOTO OFFICER USN Braatz, USNR USNR PHOTO EDITOR SALES MANAGER ASST.SALESMANAGER FF grilling fx., nw. fs lil: n-' iw 'a,Q,,'.' " ' '21 r.. . This book represents the third installment in the continuous history of AMERICA. If depicts the pulse and rhythm of a ship at work and at play through the eyes of those who experienced these events. It records AMERICA, for the first time, as a member of the Seventh Fleet performing the duties and activities for which she was built. Special Thanks are extended to all those who contributed photographs as well as time and effort to make this record possible. Our appreciation is also extended to the following- AIR WING COORDINATOR LCDR "Steve" St9ven50n ' Typists: YNI Phillips SN Kortiohn SN Hardy SN Williams Wmefsf DK2 Bennett PN2Coller Artist: TN Adriano Sydney Photos: LTJG Bill Sessons Walsworth Representative Barry C. Brown Front-L-R: PHI Welch, PHI Harris, LT Havens, PHCM Warwick, PHI Boyington, PHI Chernouski Sec- ond Row: AA Borrero, McCormick, PH2 Smith, PH3 WA LSWORT H PUBLISHING 915 West 2IslSlreeI COMPANY Nortolk,Virgin1a 23517 Y i W Marc-eline. Mo . L S..-K Cruise Book Oftice LTJG Dennis L. 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