America (CV 66) - Naval Cruise Book

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But never was I all alone, for all of us have grown tall. I,cast my gaze before me and stare out into the haze. The sea is beautiful, yet 'savage in its many ways. When man sets out upon the sea, 'the sea knows he is frail. It clutche ' gtg swirling iumassp if? ond he 5 .,' .l g,'IiT-s7".'54v,f".' WIQLGT, 9'r:'vFf:,' 'H 'Z '1 P1 f 7' .3 :fx ,, '. M' I - 5 :.:..L'5IEi1'.if"img,-'L525. " I 2 ' - Man embraces and strives to stand so strong, for he knows he will perish if his fear lasts long. Afar, on the horizon, the great ship rides. Her machinery labors with mechanical sighs. The vessel glides majesticallyacross the glassy plane. She continues in her sailing even if the wind should wane. Mighty she stands, far from the land. Cold her steelg where is her zeal? Has grey metal a heart and a soul? Can mechanical art have a goal? For she craves a heart and soul to meet. Man and ship become complete. .Coal and iron are swift and sure. In battle her crew will make her endure. And now she is given 'a mission to hold, but only be- cause her nation is bold. A potent work of the engineer's art, but made to stop wars before they start. Ironic indeed - in death we find life: an engine of warfare pre- venting the knife., t if . I sit nowfawakened by the roar of the.: crowd. The'nation's voices ia-re aloud. , Laughing and- I ,, O 1 .-..... A ..--f-Q, A, ,, .Q ll if-sg. - Q ' ...gm-W.--. , V , .i' ,Q 3 ,:,.,:.A1.i. M6 A I F x x W ' 1 I , I 1 1 I 1 ? A , I 1 1 . ,J'fg"aif . 1 :ik A n 34 4136 Q w"'5ff94r'f' F615 H11111prc111 Rozzds' Cl1fOH1'C16S. 'Q . e i Americais Hzktory. . . 26 SRA 44 1111 1 Of 511111111111 50 Am t She Sweet 64 U11 111 qlflfl 70 1 I1 111 1 Saclant Change Of Command 0 'Q 5 E . , . . 41 x 4 IL 2 Holidays At Home Fleetex 1-86 . . . V ' f Med Cruise 1 -86 4 5 , DMMQZ151Pwfm1mf1 ,. l.1, . . . . 114 122 132 562 802 808 surf' . .ff .-41" x N. Yu X filme- -f 4, is 3 AH 9 i 4 aw-f .. 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Bottom: The United Virginia Bank tower looms high over the city of Norfolk. A blend of new and old. K 4 i l 1 2 l l l l i l l I i x l i l i l l i l 1 1 . l i i l r l F e come , V i. 1 '1 X ti Yzrgima lltaiii lmtrstttiori V . ,g..,,.,Y-. YF.. ,--,.., In 1607, Captain Christopher Newport sailed across Hampton Roads, seeking a site at which to land his three-ship expedition in order to establish a permanent set- tlement in Virginia for 104 passen- gers. They finally settled in what was to become jamestown. The following year Captain john Smith sailed up the Elizabeth River and discovered an abundance of fir and pine trees, which would later form the basis for the shipbuilding industry. The combination of these abun- dant natural resources and the fact that Hampton Roads is one of the wotld's finest natural harbours nat- urally led it to become widely rec- ognized for the shipbuilding in- dustries which would develop. The area consequently developed a rep- utation for its proficiency in ship- building and its many skilled sea captains and sailors, a reputation that still holds true today. lt was this very reputation, however, which caused the British Navy to come to the area with the sole pur- pose of impressing seamen for their ships. While they were more often than not given permission by the colonial governors to do this, on many occasions the captains of these vessels took it upon them- selves to "recruit" without authorization. R431 X g"' L tfll' ..f x. C' 1 r P.. 1- t,,,. i , . , . - -a. lf ..,,, , Y, , 4 5, ,- .V Q2 ,Z , Gz -A -xv-.ifn apvyv - ,f f :A l h ' rm, -FELT , " :' x ' . 1 Q xl g-v ,.1gs-i- -w155':,.-7-1.--Q -- . f "-v- , 1 -...W-.v.,. The lighthouse - a beacon of warning or damnation to the timeless mariner. -.1 ' FHM dh-,:I"'Ye ', '-' ,' ' . ,.-.sag n fi...- '-1 "'LIJ13':J', A' f?...:-4 'l.'. 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At the sme time, howevs er, the Colonial Navy was disban- ded. The imposition of restrictive laws on American shipping, and government -+o sixteen acres for 312,000 Today, that site is the Norfolk Naval Shipyard. p p 14 In March of 1827, Congress, re- alizing that the Navy was taking too long to repair and outfit ships. authorized the construction of two dry docks, one of which was built at the Gosport Naval Yard. The construction of the dock began in November of 1827 and was com- pleted in March of 1854. Now over 150 years old, this dry dock is still in use today. By August of 1846, additional land had been added to the yard for storage and repair of ordnance. The Gosport Navy Yard was one of the most valuable maritime assets this country owned. This fact was emphasized by its location in the South. Tension ran high enough in the Spring of 1861 for Gedron Welles, the Secretary of the Navy, to send to the comman- dant of the shipyard, Commodore Charles S. McCauley, a confidential letter urging him to exercise due care and vigilance in guarding and protecting the shipyard. Commo- dore McCauley had become in- creasingly alarmed by what ap- peared to be the steady arrival of Virginia militia forces into Norfolk and Portsmouth. On April 20, 1861, McCauley issued the order to de- stroy the yard rather than fight. He ordered guns in the yard spiked and the ships to be scuttled where 9 Portsmouth Shipyard. Interstate 64. they lay. One of the most interesting his- torical sidelights of this period was the battle of the first ironclads: the Monitor and the Merrimack. It was in the Gosport Navy Yard that the Confederates transformed the burned-out remains of the steam frigate Merrimack into the Iron- clad Confederate States Ship Vir- ginia. The Union countered with an ironclad, the USS Monitor. On March 9, 1862, the Virginia left Crany Island under the com- mand of Lt. jones. At approxi- mately 8:30 A.M., the Virginia en- countered the Monitor. The two ships battled it out for nearly four hours. The battle ended in a draw, but its importance lay in its herald- ing the end of the sail-driven, wooden-ship navy. By March 11, 1862, with the Northern armies marching into Ocean View and into Norfolk, the Confederate forces again put fire to the Gosport Navy Yard, and Com- modore joseph Tallfall ordered the ironclad Virginia blown up at Crany Island to prevent her from being captured by the approaching Union naval forces. When Union forces gained control of the yard, it was designated as the United States Naval Yard, Norfolk, Virginia. l--f-u---e--f---f---V--A - ----- - --.--YY i ....-.... ..ns........,...,.st . - ,V '- -v 'isa -V in ' W ' ' ' '-' . . ' . 5 " . , 1,1 .. 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Congress began rebuilding the navy in 1883, but it was not until 1892 that the Norfolk Naval Yard became involved in new construction. During that year it launched the first two ships of the modern navy - protected cruiser Raleigh and the battleship Texas, the United States' first all- steam vessels. Interest in the Norfolk Naval Yard was heightened the next year by the arrival at Hampton Roads of approximately thirty American and foreign naval ships commem- orating the 400th anniversary of the discovery of America by Christo- pher Columbus. Vessels participat- ing were from Spain, Great Britain, Brazil, Germany, Russia, Italy, France, and Holland. Serenity. Fleet repair - an ongoing job l li The workhorse of any port - the tugboat, .- 22.-L f. . '3T7..f, Y , .,..g . ,-W 1 8 - , , -1. .."g "M . ..f':.-Qwffil'-efw! ' ' . A -QK.1.H . .--- J:-a'.1-Y--M -.1 ,h R M . f,. , il . ...,5,f,i: ,,. ... . 4' 'Y -Q Jkt?-'A C' , Liberty call and family fun at Busch Gardens -:Iwi - 1 'zfiz-Ji-"fs" 'fx-271'-Fil' 2 wf :Dt i i 2 i i l l v L 1 i l 5 , S S I E i l Q V, in 1 4 .-. Iu-v.-x.- ". Q -1 . In December of 1907, President Theodore Roosevelt was in Hamp- ton Roads aboard the yacht May- flower, He bade farewell to the 15,000 men and officers of the six- teen white-painteycl battleships of the rAtlantic Fleet i which were abont to begin their famous mile round -the fworlcl fcruiseg i Hey also greeted their returnto, Hajrlp? ton Roads, alongrwithi an estimated 6o,oQQ spectators lir1ingfthe,sfhore.l 7 N aval aviation had its the HWPYOS1 lRQ2121Sr this fime- 011 NOW111bQflrll14fr1fI19?9s' Eugene 'Elyvflewfarrifoavrfycycllfifiexa Curfissa biplwfbff the BmnghamffH25aiandedtfisafelfifivf mPf!9fCS atryt later,yyrrearfiars9m62ff?2QaChl MSCS aff-Wi1100shbY+ Sm mqnfhsciageg Jamaryttr1ragj1911gy Ely we merermadaahlsfewrawhea, , f, , f . .,, , , , 1 he rnaclelthe first airplaneqlanglgig on a Ship, T the rarraoilredfg Pennsylvania, in 1 Psanfl P1-anciseoa Harbor. r a Below: Hang gliders take to the air. Hampton Roads was not affect- ed much by the outbreak of World War l in 1914. However, in early 1917, Germany opened a campaign of unrestricted submarine warfare, extending to the American shores. On April 6th of that year, the Unit- ed States declared war on Germa- ny. When President Wilson issued his call to war, the residents of Hampton Roads answered the call. They thronged around the navy re- cmiters' offices and cheered when recruiters pleaded for enlistments during a mass meeting at the Colo- nial Theatre in Norfolk. In May of 1917, a convoy of merchant ships laden with desper- ately-needed food and war sup- plies sailed from Hampton Roads and reached Britain without a sin- gle loss. Its journey marked the effective use of the convoy system for transporting goods and troops to England and France, and led to the establishment of the Naval Overseas Transportation Service for the purpose of moving supplies to Europe. This fleet operated largely out of Hampton Roads, us- ing both naval transports and mer- chant ships. World War I led as well to the establishment of the Naval Operat- ing Base. Onjune 28, 1917, Presi- dent Wilson signed a proclamation establishing the Naval Operating Base, Hampton Roads, and autho- rizing the navy to take possession of 474 acres of land in Norfolk, including the Jamestown Exposi- tion site, to build a Naval Opem- ing Base, including piers, store- houses, oil fuel storage and recreation grounds for the fleet. Work on this project commenced on the Fourth of july of that year, and within thirty days, houses had been constructed for 7,500 men, along with mess halls, store houses, utilities and road systems. The base was commissioned on October 12, 1917: by Armistice Day 1918, 34.1113 personnel were assigned to the base. ,.,--',. -.. -K ..,. ra. ta.t 5 rm' Al',Q-51.14 :ff-3' . Jf,:,z,::::g1,.,-' n Af' . . 'VS-56, V - - .-41efj'gM.,-- 4: g -' 5'-qi 5.55 N,-Z-. 1 , fa-,, 5-1'-' ' Q xt- ' - -' " -f- "..1-gf-LL--tilt, . Lv: 21- -L ' iv - -V - A ' ' 'lf v "' lkgez-" '- , .1 -' 1 - '- Q - f s ' " veaerkffli 258911 1 ---- ' ' ' A gh' ' Q -,i"ffE J ,dh if My A Aff' Ay , 2. A Kih- , ,z ,....f,A, y ff Y 1, The more things change, the more they remain the same. i i This same period witnessed the commissioning of the Naval Air Station in April of 1918, compris- E ing six canvasvhatngarsfito ho use its seven seaplanesf The Navy: Supp1yiijf,sfviJ , Stanonvwascommissioned-at.NQB g s i t ssss i ,is s , ' 1 viii 'March sally i 'i teif hwsesv eis v e i'e sfi, f i' i it i i i ' i k y Q +1 ffi siis Z ---,- , - ,A Q 5 3 1 i A naval officer keeps a sharp eye out for contacts. i i 1 i x i P i s i i 1 i i 1 i s i Naval aviation again demon- strated her growing prowess as Hampton Roads watched. The coal carrierjupiter was selected for conversion to become the Navy's first aircraft carrier, Langley. When converted, Langley had a flight deck measuring 534 feet by 64 feet and was the Navy's first electrically propelled vessel. The first takeoff from the Langley's deck occurred on October 17, 1922. The first ar- rested landing happened nine days later on October 26, 1922. The first catapult shot off the Langley oc- curred on November 18 of the same year. While the Navy was being ne- glected in Congress, the Depres- sion was ravaging the economy of the area. In 1931 President Hoover transferred a large part of the At- lantic Fleet to the West coast to monitor the activities of japan. Since many of these ships were homeported in Norfolk, the trans- fer of the fleet also signaled the transfer of the paycheck to the West Coast. Although the Norfolk Navy Yard had been granted a battleship modemization program which would last until 1934, em- ployees ofthe shipyard were forced in 1933 to take a fifteen percent pay Ctll. When Franklin Delano Roose- velt was inaugurated in 1933, the Navy and consequently Hampton Roads gained a valuable friend. Roosevelt launched a naval ship- building and improvement pro- gram to slow the effects of neglect on the fleet. These programs en- abled the Norfolk Navy Yard to increase its employment rolls to 'DON thin 7.600 by 1959, providing a much-needed shot-in-the-arm for the area. .yr V, - V V , LH I--1 -FUNK-lftl whores of X iriginla Beach The elegance of Waterside captured at night, i A vigilant lifeguard stands his watch. t X.. art. va-.1 l".ncL.n N Cmm J icnumh. mm of li sl Ku 'N ff jf 3 W fag- -J if ' .. - -as Y N. D .Al-. 0 .x y J' A -.-. . Vff .15.. rf ' l4 KH M2 5' if l pl . Mi 1" l ia' l " - ' is . fl- g X. i if :H if: W EE ' 5 1 .Y fi. I, ,W . If 3 l i ' t - '."'f3,::.--Z' 11.4351 - ....K J -75 .-J -I "aff . ,v " f, W ""-I-jay: -any-A.-. 1 , . . .. K .., 4 v- Nfl- ' -,.4"" it-1 4. ..,,vlX ' fr 1' E-T '--'TL N, , ' , 1 . G-it 'J rf One ofthe many untouched regions of Virginia where nature flourishes. 'l'i:l-if: :, plroll clown rim 1 ilov5'r:ll.'f1 n' 1 T' -.W if 4-new fig 74f gig! .Y WWW 3' . ,......,.....,..1 An inlet captures the sunlight of another splendid day As war approached fisam ladtlxgl the east and west, Congzessqgixegjj 5, moved to increase the size, og? yi if Navy m order so meer fkefprayec ya ed costs of the 'two oeelaniwa ,Q T e Two Ocean Navyfaffgwf 'J' s signed lay F R in 1946, anal, impact was rel: almost rmmeirat, sg? m the area The new lawhezaldw ra not only improvements and? mofyig ermzatron of the exwstmg naval fa of cilmes but also increased work loads of the exrsrmg naval facfhnes The Norfolk area became a wer time boom town during World War II Roughly 55 N0 saxlors came ashore every rughr, strainxng the city s facxhrxes. Cornpoundrngs the problems of military bmld up ofthe area was the requirement for more civilian employees to support the military Norfolk became the land of opporrumry as men from all over the country came to seek and gain employment The crvxlxan population of the area swelled to more than double its pre war size of 150 000 War brought many changes to the area By July of 1942, the Navy began budding the Naval Amphxb 1011.5 XBQSC eff Llrrlss ReCru1fXXaffa1f11HsS2vf NOB. mi XDecember fr942Ef We NewsCeilsffiirier-'5dfi.flisiffexiiitie at Noe fog a newprecemrmissreii ing i program for nevvlyifornied crews of new ships' The Norfolk Navy Yard expanded in size from 352 acres to more than 746 acres, excluding nearly four and a half miles of waterfront l X l 2 i I A l i - if-, , , 3 , wa., ' ' ff f 1 1 Ji , 1 ' l .., i N g , .4 A-f, , ,, , 5 l 1 f l ' " ,ff ' l , , , , . , , 1 ,,.. ,aaf,M9fff- ' f' ,f f 5 s ' ' I afef"f""f N ' I ' aff, K, -if ., , ya, , r , , Mer' ,ff 7 ,I y , ,Q , , , , , N K ,7,, ,.,,,,,., , M. .a,, , Y ..,.,, Mm, e.rf, ,,,,,,M4..,4.1Z...Mm.,.... r . i , ., ,, .,:,z, , ,WW ...,,l1'fQf' l ,' 'f 4 ' f,,,Wf 'ffv,f,,y,,,' ' 'f ?z MQW fjwifyavf7?f'4ffaffaf2'f ,fffff - , f , fwaf, ,aff ffffaaff, fffaafw , f fa cf g ff ,ar fa: 5 wa M, aff H , I A, W f ,lf f,f,f,f, v,,, , gf My ww, gona V1 ima 1 , A r 1 elif ',ff4ml,g,"ff '.cffL,,,7' j fwffwa ffffmz-z5?1"f-?f41iM,4, l iz 1 ' 1 f V fa Q 1 , 7 ', ,' af, az, ff' f , .. 9 , , ,,!. ,, , f , , f ., , W fmufanzfff'ff,aafa,:-1fff aazawfae was-ff-fafb f l f,'7if'fff,c 2'1" ""f'Wf4 A 1 Q Qf 1 on W "C ', .. - ffl ,- ij! -5 v 1,5 ,e" ' E 7','1,f .4 fzfff+Qrf1,f"!fff 5IZf:fwfwa,vffyffviiivaivs"T I . t 3. ,jf fwizag, , j:4. any4Wj5jff,aiQaff2icf4.7f aaa: f I aw, .fa .6 ff ,y ,. 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' I r ' fi f .A I 5 y SQ, 1 ik is 5 ' ri ' , wana: i-- f i I i' W in A floating drydock patiently awaits another ship Nu G Z-f----gvg--M V-A+Y au, , 0'..,:'1, f'ifE1Jf- ' enerai Macfirthur is remembered in Nmlkf H U A I7 23 , ,Y r 5 tl 1 f-4 ,. Q 5 - Q ,lf .tw - - u . . , 'J Ai ff: H n fi- i-'4 .gi -c an Dias lil -1-1 ,LQ if 4...., r ' ' I lr"""'! iA.i'qFsrwxv-U 1 5 x Q' ,. If 1 15 f 1-Ft vb dsx! H--,, . '9?ux.- 'w Qif.- , 'I . ,. x H V. hi V X " A ' " H in sim , " A V I K!! fr W Q w is , 1 EZ! Vf iEE,5!i Q, . . , nu4 Q' 1 - , mm ,:..-. 4JH I A ' I mf" l " W 1 ..Q In l V, , - ,. , I I- 4,-4 A -' - h I - iiii RH! Il R - n ' ' "5 EEK ,4M,,- - AQ iimgi V6 tmlllw Q-1 .H-up iii i8 ' ' u America, the beginning SS AMERICA ICV-661 is the fifth ship to bear the name "AMERICA" Only two were specifically de- signed for naval service. The pre- sent ship is the first warship of that name constructed as part of the U.S. Naval fleet. The original AMERICA was a 1782 gunship. Her first command- ing officer was to be john Paul jones, but instead this ship was do- nated to the French fleet. The sec- ond ship AMERICA was the first winner of the America's Cup yachting race in 1852. The next two ships bearing the name AMERICA were passenger liners which had been modified to carry troops dur- ing both world wars. The name of the aircraft carrier USS AMERICA CCV-661 was a personal choice of the late presi- dentjohn F. Kennedy. Her original blueprints have her as nuclear powered. The plans were later changed ro make AMERICA con- ventionally powered. AMERICA's construction cost was S156 million. The keel of the aircraft carrier AMERICA was laid on 9-january 1961, as hull 561 in shipway 310 at Newport News Shipbuilding and Drydock Company, Newport News, Virginia. Following three years of construction, the ship was christened by Mrs. Cathrine T. McDonald, wife of Admiral Mc- Donald, then CNO. Formal com- missioning ceremonies were held one year later on 25 january 1965. AMERICA is a modified KITTY HAWK class carrier. Her major distinctions are her elevator con- figuration and a modernized superstructure. The mighty lady awaits acceptance trials XX .. ,. S l' Clmpiglvq Rf, ' "' ' -' . ' " jr ' 7'-5-. w--,---v-v-7- Y-- . ,L ..,,.Y 1.. ,, ., X , .., ,, , ,, W s Y ,, . , 5 .22 y ,'g.,fi.If-AJ. 'If,'Li, n:,g-q::. ..1f'. .V - -1, 1 ,,:, .. . - .. ,- ,Q 14- .m ut., J as-' ,vii ' .:- . 4, :. . .'- A 1 '-'. 4' g:.3f-'iff-,--'v"'?f!fL., - '.'-L - - A - . ,, - ,,.. . -.fr - , ,,.. .- . 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My 1 .. 1, H ay., , V .1'.-" ."'.,.. 1 'r-1-,1.,. 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Crewmen board AMERICA prior to her commissioning ceremonies. On the way down to Guantana- mo Bay, Cuba, for her initial train- ing, the carrier recorded her first launch and recovery. The ship's Executive Officer, CDR Kenneth B. Austin, was catapulted off and recovered flying an A-4 Skyhawk. The subsequent training at GITMO was extremely successful. AMERICA received the third highest mark ever given by Fleet Training Group. AMERICA and her crew were well prepared for their first challenge. Their initial deployment was a tour with the U.S. fleet in the Mediterranean. On AMERICA's second Medi- terranean deployment, she was awarded the Battle Efficiency "E" as best Atlantic Fleet aircraft carri- er. During this 1967 cruise, the Arab-Israeli War erupted in the Eastern Mediterranean. On 8 June 1967, the technical research ship USS LIBERTY CACTR-52 was at- tacked by unidentified sea and air forces. Within minutes AMERI- CA's F-4B fighters were on their way to protect LIBERTY. It was later learned that the attack was conducted by Israeli torpedo boats and aircraft. The next day, AMER- ICA met up with LIBERTY in Souda Bay, Crete. AMERICA's doctors and corpsmen were able to treat fifty wounded LIBERTY crewmen. , 'u 26 .Nl 7 ,L . if -.. ,,,.-an-' 1 ,.,,.r'hl AMERICA heels fat' on l'16l' Starboard side during a high gpeed aqqepfance Uigljh Vw N V rim-MNWWKYYYWW-MNA Above: Mrs. David L. McDonald speaking at christening ceremonies. Left: AMERICA leaves Newport News. Far left: The tradi- tional bottle of champagne has been bro- ken, and AMERICA is now ready to join the Fleet. ' "" " 'WP 1-1:-1g'1.:'-,ff--. U4 N -1 5 v 5? J'-v - . .4 . , .. 1 V, g,sIC-n:'L.j- 4 fe ' '-,' I. 1 -FY Cn BI May 1963. AMERICA, along with Airwing Six, faced their most serious challenge. They com- menced operations in the South China Sea during the Viet Nam War. During this period, AMERI- CA recorded 18,000 launches and recoveries without a single acci- dent. Eor this accomplishment she received the Navy Lfnit Commen- dation, the Admiral Flatley Safety Award, and the Naval Air Forces Atlantic Safety Award. Along with those distinguished awards, AMERICA earned her second consecutive Battle for the Pa- cific deployment. On 10 April 1970, AMERICA and Airwing Nine left Norfolk for their second WESTPAC deploy- ment. Upon arrival, AMERICA was designated flagship for the Seventh Fleet Attack Carrier Strik- AZE GRA ND ..l ' ,L.'a 'Q I -.. K , I f si L M ,sf ' Q An A-7 Corsair attack aircraft readies for take-off. . : - - -. W.. -' ',,. ' 1, ' M . - N, ,, " '- r-"J t-- .- 1-qu, fl . , I.,-L--., v.-N1-,,.-, ,. ,N V , vs.. i, "' "'f"""., V Q ing Force. She operated in Yankee Station in the Gulf of Tonkin, launching strike missions over Southeast Asia. For their superb performance, both AMERICA and Airwing Nine were awarded Meri- torious I'nit Commendations upon their return to Norfolk. E A uss ntltn ol l The rain and wind across tre fl h - ' ' - ' 'S I Click COmb1ncd with the yet blast create an eerie effect ' ' ' "nf 3- -ff X - -.va , ' ' " ' Y '-1 ,. I. i I x, -Ju p, - . ' , - - ri.. ' " ' 'Q v n 3-elven. I sa, , ' ' ' ' A ' . . . ' ' U .. 5 V ..- . .., .'-,. , -, ,.,. . ,, . - , , ,MW V n A W Y - ., ,Q V, H 5' ..:,u' Lt.. : L. T , D '41 g I Y A . ,-vin- . ,. .-Q.-a.. - . 1 . , .,. '.,' ,",. - . Q s '- -' 1 1 . -' - 'V ' f- . ,..,-I-.. 1 V nh.: xx, r 41,3 . V , if aaa -fa---' ,1,,,,..--f' IEW... . ... .V 4..,,..-...,J , . ,,.r-.-.fL..1 - ...Wa-, . -.,-.7-,..,. A , . , A. gf 3,7-Q -.en-,ggi-.1 All A z-...,::g . ., - Y -f ' ' , .- -3- ' sg- 'x,1y,..-if , , ' --1, iv - flip...-fc., .5',-- - . , ',,,A , ' ,gg-,--":1r.,.i1-agfgar-. ,-.-f u - -', at .,','-H. 1- A -1, 7 Q V .5 '-'-,iff f 4 , - ...-.,-,. ..,.,.-, , l , H Ac ,quam-2' J ERW Y In june, 1972, AMERICA got for her third combat de- in Southeast Asia. She aircraft carriers on the day the Viet went into returned on 24 days this er sec- Injanuary, 1974, AMERICA be- gan her fourth deployment to the Mediterranean. During this de- ployment, AMERICA completed more than 8,600 accident-free launches and recoveries as she sup- ported friendly forces during the Cyprus Crisis. Three of the squad- rons embarked aboard AMERICA during the cruise were awarded 1974 CNO Safety Awards. In October 1974 AMERICA entered an eleven-month shipyard period. During this time, AMERI- CA was renovated to accomodate S-3 and F-14 Tomcat aircraft. On 15 April 1976, AMERICA- em- barked on her fifth Mediterranean deployment. During this deploy- ment, she served in the evacuation of American and foreign nationals during the civil conflict in Lebanon. A ' in Viet Nam Conflict FRANKLIN D ROOSEVELT QCVA 421 pictured in the foreground along with USS AMERICA form a formidable presence in the South China Sea during the M47 On IU'june 1977. AMERICA led a five-ship task group that de- ployed zo South America. During this cruise, the LYS. ships carried out exercises with the Brazilian Navy, marking the first time a Bra- zilian aircraft operated from the deck of a LIS. carrier. On 29 Sep- tember 1977, AMERICA departed Norfolk for her sixth Mediterra- nean deployment. This cruise in- cluded NATO fleet exercises, in- tensive flight operations, as well as port visits to Italy, Spain, and Yu- goslavia. The ship returned home in April, 1978, to a one-year over- haul in the Norfolk Naval Ship- yard. While in overhaul, AMERI- CA was fitted with the NATO Sea Sparrow Missile System and the Phalanx Close-In Weapons Sys- tem. Soon after the overhaul and refresher training in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, AMERICA left for her first deployment to the Indian Ocean. During this time AMERI- CA became the first carrier to tran- sit the Suez Canel since 1967. As AXIFR ICA departs Rio de aneiro the crewmen send 3 1 f:g'L.-Six..-til, 'ilfi ff , '.-,Q-'sr' NV. '3. ., . , , ,amy '21, We Tfgiif- .ivff lxfj Ilffi' -"F"',f ' iff-' , - -A,1,?g,l' fyfg,-.I 5,,-f'51.-v -.A . fi- rv-fx A v- :gzfii .j ' bg V .. , , , ' Q V - fugf- - . "iff 1-fall? 1- -----A -A-N' - f - - -:J - - -4-l'1if--1'.f.flQ., .511 3 "-13'--L' ""' ' vw ' 'I' 53 Ezsafw' , N M ,jff f g. f f,,.,..l:-..---- I iY:it'lQ .' V I yi 41 E I I, ' WWW ' ' ' """""' 'W' """" 'wflllil ' f-"'M'x ff, xi A I 2 1 ! , 4 I 1 yi f U z JN if ff ff! I ' K x1Ql1 ' ' The Capcain's gig is readied for the water. 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' - ' 'I ' . " .qw My K . F? -2 TWT QW? - w ki , , 9+ "' ' si-512 ai ' lr--, . N W V ixf 1 iii A 1- Mirza T 'HY JA he ability to keep a naval vessel fighting ready re- quires ongoing and exten- sive upkeep of her structure and systems. A key element in this up- keep is a regularly scheduled post- cruise Selected Restricted Avail- ability CSRAI yard period. After coming home from an ex- hausting Medflndian Ocean de- ployment and a brief CQ CCarrier Qualificationl period, the men of AMERICA enjoyed a month of "standdown" before lifting anchor on 18january 1985 for a short trip down Chesapeake Bay to the Nor- folk Naval Shipyard. The trip was designed as a miniature depen- dents' cruise and many dependents and friends came along for the ride. It was an enjoyable time in- volving the skillful maneuvering of the giant along the tricky Tidewat- er Channels, the careful sliding of the gigantic carrier into the wet slip, and the dropping of anchor before an admiring crowd as the ship settled down for what would become a quick but effective repair. AMERICA's giant facelift was a four-month affair lasting from 18 january until 12 May. Though much work was accomplished be- fore and after entering the yards, the main SRA period developed into an orchestrated confusion of activity involving 455,568 man- hours of labor. Two hundred and sixty-nine different job orders were accomplished, involving the pro- curement of almost six thousand line items. Every man and every part of the ship was involved in some wav. even the hull. RIGIIT Rriundzng the 1 r atm NNSY, :XNIIIRICA TTU?" "' ' 'Ties Fflff rn' The Pziffsffifuih Tugs nudging AMERICA towards Norfolk Naval Shipyard past Waterside Plaza. .Ir A., I K' . 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The Fire Watch Division details per- sonnel to stand by with fire extin- guishers while dangerous work is being performed. During the weekend of I0 March, AMERICA moved from the wet slip and was gingerly set- tled into dry dock. From then until 15 April the hull was capped, sand- blasted, primed and painted. The sight in itself was awe-inspiring and was the hrst glimpse many of us had ever had of the hull, rudders and screws ofa carrier. A few were given tours under the ship's belly, but everyone watched as it Changed colors over and over again during the month. Originally scheduled to last until 17 May, the work was completed in time enough for the ship to de- part five days early on I2 May for sea trials. There are many things that we remember about the yard period.. Those who did not ride the ship over from Norfolk remember try- Q Q ing to find the yards and the ship. Ahd trying to parkl Ot the long walk from parking lots A and E, which on a good day was inconve- nient, on a rainy day humiliating. Security! The plastic badges you had to clasp to your uniform at all times! We remember having no heat at times and too much at oth- ers. Secured heads! Ladders and passageways closed to regular traf- fic. Noise. And ofcourse, cleaning. At times it seemed circular reason- ing to tear up a space one day and have to field day it at the same time, but we realized how impor- tant it was to keep our "home" as clean as possible despite the condi- tions. And it wasn't all bad. Some remember the relief of four months of guaranteed "shore duty". Being home at night. There were picnics and divisional outings. Special Ser- vices did an outstanding job of taking our minds off the work by scheduling competitions against USS KENNEDY. AMERICA Day at Great AMERICA. Softball. Leave!! The SRA period was an impor- tant time in the life of AMERICA. It enabled her to bandage some old wounds and to don some new equipment. The crew worked hard and played hard, and when we were done, we pulled out to sea for the long road toward our next ma- jor cruise, confident in our ship and our abilities. 48 -s azrsii u.s.s. nmenicn ABOVE: Ellivlgssil welcoming committee anxioug. RIGHT r C amvai of AMERICA. iigorflg fig- NNSY, Portsmouth, VA ii- Call. lit Colm' hbfffi' Call. Liber G if A af ,W 5, gag, -I 'um il A5477-Q1 " A ,N w h ' f f m,.,, 4 . 7 , 1 , . ,0 3 . 1 T ,Z .4 Q f 'AJ' Uv . 4 4 ff-E wa: , F, J :ff-gh' My .v,L . .. . ' A Calf. '- iw - , W '-a HEER SIZE hile most people know our ship only as the mostrosity above the waterline, only a few ever get to see what an aircraft carrier looks like below the waters surface. A roving photographer, endeavoring to get to the bottom of the matter, la- bored to capture these scenes. ln today's world, only the super- tanker can compete in terms of sheer size with an aircraft carrier. Yet it is a little-known fact that the carrier extends about forty feet be- neath rhe sea's surface. The im- mensity of this ship cannot be ap- preciated until one looks carefully at her aft end, and picks out the man standing next to the light posts. Or try for yourself some day, looking up at the bow from below the sonar dome housing. No doubt about - it is a long way up! All sailors learn to paint, to paint some more, and finally to paint even more. All those years that you've been carefully applying the stuff, and wondering why it is that so much time must be spent ruin- ing uniforms, getting dizzy from the fumes, and adding yet another coat, just cast a glance at the "Be- fore" and "After" shots. Here we see, dramatically illustrated, a graphic explanation of one of the Navy's oldest and most sacred rit- uals since the advent of the steel- hulled ship. ,.-, - -4 ' lun N 'Kee Sponson six is closed and will remain closed until May, 1985. T hu.. is prepare-4 tor ,A fresh coat ot paint . .A , if Y' applied, many more to go. RIGHT' A rare view of AMERICA from the bottom up Q., .Q J .Q ...- ' I a ' u 4' Q 4 6 m 1 'v da, 1 F J- u QQ-r - 3 .Q S .F"5"' 4 x -A J . ' Q 1 4? t 0 5' l I I . ,. 0 U' xr. 'vii I I Q A , 1 1. 1 A ,- Tbqgk - .Q ,. , , 5 'FUJ , 'Til -if " T we 4 . Q Y - ji Q. Ai ::.jj',i, '. "l,' mi: - , . W - ' ,-ff-. ' .2 ' f ."1.fAfw9E1f-, , - A f--wi ,1.,3':gh'. f 1-' ag if -'-,"L:'f 'lxf'-'Q' t 4 , .232 P' .3-in gym P' " inf' f-5 his MAKE' vu 'S--1 Q'-r"" 4-4- Af-1 i an -Iu- ,mgawnsenff " 1 X ' Q4 " .Q , , I r , N 2. 2 -RW" ,, . , ze-vw.: Hur , Iwi X um:-V Awww A-136' rif e: 'sf' 'Qf --1 win' V W' YMZNMTV. ,52'f,"-.qv 6-9'IQ1i. gf 13" , U - . ', qQfTQ,:'mg..,' .fx-1 .A.Cw:. ..E,.s.E'3."rY':Z.'Q3'7E7L: ' QU, -. X-.., 3 .J , N X 5 V Q 4 -, -5, , 1 . . . ' xg.. ,,,.b,.v H.,-Mg, s---Q. r .- , k , X Yi'qyT-vs - N t ' I' Q I Trai. ,Z -. f . fter the rigorous under- way refresher training pe- riod, AMERICA an- chored off of the Everglades for a well-deserved Fort Lauderdale port visit. As the troops embarked the small boats for the sometimes rough voyage to fleet landing, some of them knew they were headed for the largest cruise port in the southern United States, a city with 135 miles of navigable water- ways, and one-tenth of its area covered by water, the boating and yachting capital of the world, and the most popular resort area in the nation, others were just happy to get off the ship and relax. Upon arrival some of the crew did just that: RELAX. Some spent this port visit bathing in the warm Florida sun and sipping exotic drinks. Others took the Special Services trip to Walt Disney World and found out the hard way that Space Mountain is not a slow- paced fantasy land ride. Still others took to the beautiful Broward County beaches and viewed the many scantily-clad sights. There was also tennis golfing scuba div- ing sailing jet skiing mopeds Fishing and almost any imaginable activity to take part in during the daytime Then the night. Bright lights South Florida pretty girls the strip. Bars and high-rise motels as far as the eye could see. Some of AMERICAS sailors and marines took to the strip in search of beau- tiful women dancing exotic res- taurants and a much needed op- portunity to let off steam. Many wives joined their spouses and took part in these activities from the Candy Store to expensive night clubs. Any type of activity was there for the taking Every port visit must end and so AMERICA weighed anchor and headed for the Virginia Capes, of vw- ,-'N 1? D4 V1.2 Dzsn-:na XX nr'f 1a 07,1-C., u 44 f , A .1 an 4 A 1 i, 2: 6 I V '-A' -,'. .:'C4! LC'?11-'L '.', ', ' ' J, . fo - -Fw .Al rim-ww ln. i. ri , 4 ..- 'ny .k13H K Escaping from the ship to get some Florida sun. 4 A . . V -:tx .Z-fum , H .yi W ...N ,. Q , ' ' .r -- 'gl - '-Q, Above: Our for a ride on a calm er day, Right: Thoughts of Spring Break. iw "aw , H, ' 3 ' , r , C,,a-1" 3' "' xp . 84 5 F' ' T' Q- f",'. " "TT "1 '1'1"': ' '-,, --gf-1-----11 ,,vAv,:'-T, rv.--.-f-,-,.-,.,,-,Y -, ,M ,- , ,. , .A " ' V ' A ' H . . .1 '- ' ' ., ::,:r-- -.-gg',..,'g-.--f.-1 :7-,pg.:Y:.: ,.'5.uyf"- .V 3 1- --g--:- - - ww- , ,'- . .-. -4 f 1- . , .3 f.i,,1: 1,-.1-1-.pai-T.:-':g: r i -1-.:.-'T - ---" ":"-1.1.1. ' -2' Y ' ' - I .- ' a lei fp-an t 1 -vu-ug .. - -. '- .fm -' nd i 4 5' ,kg Y -f L C 2 E s 1 very young naval officer knows that from the day he receives his commis- sion, he will be watched constantly and carefully, evaluated frequently and meticulously, all in order to decide if he is to be selected for command at sea. He must exhibit all the proper attributes of leader- ship, management, initiative, judgement, reliability, aslwell as many others. He must show that he is willing to take on a job whole, and then keep on plugging until the whole job is done. Command at sea does not just mean that everyone stands when the captain enters a space, or that everyone keeps silent when the C.O. has an announcement to pass over the 1MC. Command at sea implies more than getting "bonged" on or off the ship, more than getting a rent-a-car at every port. Command at sea goes far be- yond those privileges and shows of B . respect, at its very core, command at sea means that the captain is the ship, and the ship is the captain. The identity of the two become inseparable. The result of this blending of captain and ship is a staggering amount of responsibility. The cap- tain is personally answerable, at all times, for the safety not only of the ship, but every man on her. If she sinks, he is to be the last man off. Whatever should go wrong, he is responsible, so he can sleep only after assuring himself that compe- tent minds and skilled' hands are handling her. Moreover, the.cap- tain must make sure that opera- tional and administrative tasks im- posed by his own superiors are carried out. The experience will make him or break him, but the Navy has selected him because he has what it takes. To a man who can take on a job like this, and do it well, we all say "HATS OFF!" 9 9 STA Te ,- ,Q CAPT R.E. Rumble October, 1968-December, 1969 CAPT Thomas H. Replogle Apfil, 1973-September, 1974 ,J f ,s -f..f1' .,, ,, - ' Qna, Af -LMA' mu. " fig ,J f ,.,,- WIC flu 10" 4 i i 1 RQ y 2 .1 ,1 4 2 1 .' 1 ff- 1 4:4- i 'fa .4 'R 1 , 'X WJ P . ti f 4 l f XS' I f K -I ' U , 4 7 I ww.: ..L , , 'T J in 1? , fw 1 52?y,,,,,,,. , ,LL -.14-Afaib ' "ff, K- ...Q ,.,K . , A n..,'T- ' 1 ' X-2,4 .- ,. X-gW'f,.,. , .74-,fj ' V iifff' ua..,r,.. .. I, ,gi-4-Y 'Q . L n x . ? I LQ. ' I Wx I 1' , .f rqkngr I ffJ15f'P?'eF3'-x fr' 1 "' ..., 4...,. 'fa ,VY 1 .- N-.. K ,1.., 4 --X , nl A,-Z Nui' wvaf www ."'Vl',i Quai. .mf CUM CHANGE CAPT Richard C. Allen reads the traditional relieving orders issued by Commander, Naval Military Personnel Command. The Navy Band plays the National Anthem for the ceremonies. 60 t 1000, 2 July 1985, while moored at Pier 11, Naval Station, Norfolk, a change of command ceremony was held aboard AMERICA as Captain Richard C. Allen relieved Captain Leighton W. Smith and became the sixteenth Com- manding Officer, USS AMERICA QCV 665. The ship was meticulously prepared for the event, from the im- maculate honor guard on the hangar bay deck to the flags and pennants which hung from the overhead. The ceremony itself was characterized by all the pomp one would expect from an event so time-honored and tradi- tional as this. Following the arrival of the official party and inspection of the honor guard, Vice Admiral Kendall E. Moranville, Deputy Command-in- Chief, U.S. Atlantic Fleet, presented Captain Smith with the Legion of Merit medal. Vice Admiral Moranville also served as key speaker. Among the many guests in attendance were Vice Admiral Mustin, Commander, Second Fleet, Vice Admiral Dunn, Com- mander, Naval Forces, Atlantic Fleet, and Rear Admiral Dunleavy, Com- mander, Carrier Group Four, as well as many local commanding officers and former AMERICA COS. Despite the military formality, the change of com- mand was marked by a sense of casu- alness and "family" which may have taken some by surprise. Referring to each other as "Snuffy" and "Sweet Pea," the speakers peppered their speeches with friendly humor and per- sonal reflection. And while only a small part of the crew could view the ceremony in person, the rest crowded before TVs throughout the ship to hear for themselves the traditional ex- change of "I relieve you, sir" and "I stand relieved" which marked the transfer of command from Captain Smith to Captain Allen. Chaplain Byron Holderby seemed to sum up the spirit of respect and camaraderie embodied in the morn- ing's activities when he eulogized the principals as men "who have followed visions and done deeds, not seen or done by average men . . . Not conf tent just to dream dreams, but driven to follow them and to safeguard that which they find to be of beauty and of value. We honor them today . . , . .:.f...-s .-nz-' ' ,, . 3 - 12,1-f -mpg.: -nz: 1. rss: 1-:sg-,1 ,'u-a:.:u--:,,- .-'.:- -' - - --Q ---3 '. 'e. 3 -s 533.Qy,ai?1tm,f ' Mihai ,,3"55-.J,gsg:f.1-.-..: Qt-ii:,55gg..1:?:.1222as9:15345-:E71ff2Q:s'E,1,'gf'1wTfgif "- A-.-'--at--.1 --.:5f...:-- , ',--.ty , f .. .,-. ,,P,5"+,-,-,,sf.:1:-:-.rt-:iz-f-:"v f-x':.y-?.:,f-:,wr4".1?-.fzaz-11:-r.--1-12:51-.:'.-1-,:' -in ..,.-,-,C:5g,.,f:- VE .K Sh -v..-3.4.3. 1. 1 ., -L:..'Li,.. 1.5,-?.1:.,,,N5g1:4, r nit-,..c V , . 1...--... . f 1 , . X Ji? 'J'e+1?+-. -.s-., -H "' MQ , S- ag "- rw - His J tiff, r N CAPT. Leighton W. Smith,jr. aptain Leighton W. Smith, jr., was born 20 August 1939, in Mobile, Alabama. Captain Smith attended the United State Naval Academy, graduating in 1962. Thereupon he entered flight training, receiving the designation of Naval Aviator in january, 1964. Captain Smith's initial assign- ment was to the Naval Air Techni- cal Training Center, Naval Air Sta- tion, Glynco, Georgia. There he flew the FJ-4 Fury and instructed at Air Intercept Control School. His first operational tour was with VA-81 on an A-4 training in VA- 44. His subsequent operational tours were with VA-22, Naval Air Station Dallas KLTVJ, VA-82, Air Command and Staff College at Maxwell Air Force Iiasif, Alabama, and VA-86, where Captain Smith served as Executive Officer and then Commanding Ofhcer from April, 1976, to june, 1977. In September, 1977, Captain Smith assumed command of Air Wing 15 on board USS CORAL SEA CCV 431 and USS KITTY HAWK QCV 635. In November, 1978, Captain Smith began a four- teen-month tour in Naval Military Personnel Command as Head Avi- ator Commander Assignment Of- ficer. Following his tour with NMPC, he reported as Command- er, Light Attack Wing One, Naval Air Station, Cecil Field, Florida, where he served until April, 1981. In january, 1982, Captain Smith assumed his first afloat coininantl, taking over USS KAl,AMAl'fOO QACTR-65. Wliiltx Ccililiiiilikliiigij, ml- day.. ficer of the "Super K," he partici- pated in many Caribbean exercises as well as an extended Mediterra- nean deployment. Upon the com- pletion ofcommand of USS KAL- AMAZOO in july, 1985, Captain Smith moved to Naval Air Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet, as Assistant Chief' of Staff' for Readiness and Training. Captain Smith was one of the first Navy pilots to fly the A-7E, having first flown A-7fBfC and D. He has been deployed on USS FORRESTAI, QCV-595. USS CORAL SEA QCV 45i. USS RANGER QCV 615, USS AMERI- CA QCV 66i, USS NIMITZ QCV 685, and USS KITTY HAXWK QCV 635. During the Viet Nant Conflict, Captain Smith participat- ed in over 280 Navy missions. "men who have followed visions and done deeds, not seen or done by average men Not content just to dream dreams, but driven to follow them and to safe- guard that which they find to be of beauty and of value. We honor them to- A 7 9 While acting as Commander, Air Group 15, on board USS RANG- ER CCV 615, Captain Smith logged his thousandth carrier-arrested landing while flying an F-14 Tomcat. Captain Smith's decorations in- clude two Distinguished Flying Crosses, two Meritorious Service medals, four individual action and twenty-five Strike Flight Air med- als, four Navy Commendation medals with Combat "V", the Navy Achievement medal with combat and various other campaign ribbons. Captain Smith is married to the former Dorothy Dunn McDowell of Columbia, South Carolina. They reside with their children, Leigh- ton, Page, and Dee Dee in Virginia Beach, Virginia. - ' , ,. - - -- - J, f 51 . '- z . 1 .. :..'.. :tr-19:1-'--"-"' :.- 2'f::'1-i '- 1t'.- -' -1-:::'5:f.:'7f1f?'A",-"7 'iii-I iff- TTT.'7i"'...7f'-F7537 :fzfrfffz-4:-'-:wr - ,1 - -.. - . . , - - -- A '- - -, 2 -- f , -' . .2 -1 --1 :f-- - - aff- ze?-1-:Pr2:--:'4fs1'ff-2435?-?..1Efz1 1. -rf-2a:s.2-ziev-af? ig?!:.Q:7Z-1'2'3b:5i13f'gl'2L ' ,. , Q fw . 1 :Q ' 1 54.2.-1:44-' 2-.r-'11-74 -1- ":v:.f2w.fZ- ff Shi. 1--3:73721 fiiiiiii-:Ti fZ7f1Qf,Lr::3' " f --'Vie i'j'f-'Z-Z-P-fi?-S ':1f:fag..Q'F'+5:Qw''G--5?f5Zff:ff' ' . 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The days of painting and clean- .Qing which preceded her visit were eworthwhile as sailors and marines ijammed the weatherdecks and stood on tip-toes on the flight to catch a glimpse of Marine as it made two circles around the before touching down. the cheers of the ship's and a banner which read Aboard," Mrs. Reagan, by john Lehman, of the Navy, was greeted mmodorejohn Ready, Com- Carrier Group Eight, and Richard Allen, AMERI- S Commanding Officer. After initial meetings with the and Commodore and a chance freshen up, the First Lady pro- to the after mess decks where she shared the noon meal some of AMERICA'S crew- Amongst those privi- be seated beside Mrs. were SK1 Lee Paige, S Sailor of the Year, AE1 Michael Logan, Com- Naval Air Force Pacific 15 'vw iq-TX . i "'H+z..,m'- 'K ,xg .,l N 5,i-,-..:f22'-1431 .- , ..-- ,, N, , fx :-5.1ga,',e:5.- --,525-,z:gg.f:-1 -E -12 - -fit?-1 'C.'JQLff5. - S523-Xhvlf-'.f:.-fi-.f.:'u-T 13 :Aa .ig-g:J ,V -rx . , S--, ,. 'I-..' 7,71-..'-"' r Sailor ul the year. llieri it was off to llauger liay One, where hun- dreds of crew merriluers and press representatives had gathered to greet her in style. Dunning a flight jacket present- ed to her by Captain Allen Mrs. Reagan was then presented with an official AMERICA ball cap trimmed with oak leaves and offi- cer's crest. With the knowledge that the President was in the hospi- tal recovering from cancer surgery, the crew then presented a very spe- cial gift to her, a giant get-well card designed by DM3 Todd Soper of the Graphic Arts depart- ment bearing the message "From Americas Best, To America's Best" and signed by over 2500 crew members. The presentation, made by Captain Allen, delighted the First Lady. Then it was her turn. After her opening remarks in which she ex- pressed her appreciation and that of the President for the fine job we were doing, she surprised everyone by delivering birthday presents and messages from home for seven AMERICA crewmembers. She brought the house down as she handed out the gifts along with a kiss on the cheek. A group of AMERICA officers and crewmen who called them- 5q' 'KI L , , i- , ,-at A -cf'-I - " -Q A 'C,.j,g,,,--M""""' selves the "American Singers" ser- enaded her with the song "Ameri ca" and the light-hearted "Ain't She Sweet" which required an en core from the enthusiastic crowd. The whole event was capped with a frocking ceremony for over 150 new petty officers, Entering into the Hangar Bay, one can see the monstrosity of it all. g-,,,',,',,,.. lay.-.Vx Q lr- ' 'ix 1 1455"- L.. ss 5 Q f 'U A so 5 .-'M 5 5 o. 5 Q - , A . , . .E ssss fd A , 71: T1ivf1-:"T'F' . s 'S ' l -, s 5 K-V,.wY-15" . 5 N 3 sl 'Q s 5 Q. Qi 1 S1 11' if-m..:5f. I fi . , 1, 4 -vu While ar the helm, Mrs. Reagan receives instructions on keeping the ship on course. Mrs. Reagan and Secretary Lehmann socialize with crew members. 1 L Hoff, LVQWBGLECWPM-fm " 2TQ5Qi!2Yl13'??aWb7j2f7?liWi . Though Mrs. Reagan only spent one day on board, it was a busy one. A major compaigner in our nation's fight against drug abuse, she attended a presentation of the Navy's substance abuse prevention and detection programs where she received a T-shirt bearing the phrase "Not In My Navy." She toured many spaces on the ship and observed flight operations from Primary Flight Control as well as a demonstration of the Vulcan Phalanx Close-In Weapons System. Before bidding us farewell, she expressed her sentiments over her visit and the overwhelming recep- tion by saying, "This has been great therapy for me." We were glad. After all, she was good thera- py for us, too. AMERICAS singers serenade the First Lady with "Ain't She Sweet." 5, , 4 , , Av. ,- , Q- ' ,. 5. f Mrs. Reagan learns a l'r1 b I f E 3 O ' ut tracking from one of our ai r traffic controllers. A final goodbye to the crew before going below decks for the grand tour - .. 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A ,..,.-- ,., '-- -.- ...H ,-.- -1, , -. , . ,, . , 'wa :V - ' 4 as . . 4-. - -1 'L . .1 g,:-f.X"r A ' a. .'?5...r.1:1.:::? .g'1,-1 1-'1--:wif -4-2 ':L -,z,"'- v - - fqf., 1. -V-. , ,.- A - ax-Sy-'D x .,-- :s ' r:1" -wi f ' Q N 11 ,, , 'fav Q Q A 1 , ocean AFARI 4 I i 4 ,ily V, S , .- 5, V 4 P! H 1 70 74.-.F V196 11.-.,.bg,-.gal-are-ifgg--H s, cgi, S.-X, r-113,-Ut, hy did we participate in OCEAN SAFARI '85? The reason why can be expressed in terms of actions, reac- tions and what they proved. Our major action was the exercise itself. The Soviets' reaction was an active interest as an observer. What it proved was a concept of opera- tions. Carrier operations in Vestf- jord, protecting NATO's northern flank, are a real possibility. This is the reason we participated in OCEAN SAFARI '85. . OCEAN SAFARI '85 consisted of a series of actions and reactions, each proving an important aspect of the exercise. USS AMERICA'S abilities were proven from the start. Along with USS EISENHOWER, USS SARATOGA, and USS CORAL SEA, AMERICA demon- strated the strength and versatility of naval aviation. The high point of the carrier interaction was a night- time quad strike. The Soviet reac- tion during this period was to send two intelligence collection ships CAGISD. The two AGIS followed USS AMERICA and USS EISEN- HOWER very intently, watching each and every action. The Soviets were impressed, for no other navy in the world is capable of launch- ing a strike from ships hundreds of miles apart, against numerous tar- gets along a 1,000 mile coast line. Following the power projection exercises was a covert transit across the Atlantic Ocean. The transit be- gan on the night of September 2nd and involved AMERICA, EISEN- HOWER, and the "Deception group" performing a set of intri- cate maneuvers intended to con- fuse the BALZAM AGI. The suc- cessful completion of these manuevers permitted the AMERI- CA battle group to begin its transit with stealth. From the first day the Soviets were totally deceived and followed the wrong ships, thinking they were the AMERICA battle group. When their mistake was fi- nally discovered they sent increas- ing numbers of ships and aircraft to try to find us, but were unsuc- cessful in their efforts. We proved that it is possible in this day and age of high technology to transit covertly one of the busiest water- ways in the world: the North At- lantic. This seven-day covert tran- sit, with a little assistance in the form of fog from Mother Nature, was a truly memorable feat. ..sf'h.gsq:xe1x . .t.,.. , ,, Q , The game portion of OCEAN SAFARI '85 began on September 10th with a "general alert" signaling the outbreak of hostilities between BLUE and OR- ANGE forces. During the four days of fighting off of the Scottish Coast, the BLUE forces outflew and outgunned the ORANGE forces thirteen to one. The Soviets took great interest in the BLUEfORANGE war. Soviet frig- ates REZVYY and KOMSOMO- LETS, along with Bear reconnais- sance aircraft, kept a close eye on all exercise participants. There were two reason for this careful watch. First, they were interested in NATO interaction and command and control. Second, and more im- portantly, the Soviets prefer to have a large cushion around them- selves for protection. In Europe there is the Warsaw Pact to stand between Mother Russia and any invaders. At sea there are no such boundaries. Therefore the Soviets have established sea control and sea denial areas to act as buffer zones. Sea denial consists of a mul- tilayered defense of surface, sub- surface, and air assets. It is intend- ed to exclude totally the enemy from these waters. Sea control is designed to discourage use of those waters beyond sea denial ar- eas. The BLUEIORANGE portion of OCEAN SAFARI '85 proved once again the effectiveness of NATO commands working to- gether and the strong deterrent NATO represents. The next aspect of AMERICA's participation in OCEAN SAFARI '85 involved a long-range recon- naissance mission. A Tarps-con- figured F-14 conducted an 800 NM mission into the English Channel. The objective was the KYNDA class cruiser, GROZ- NYY, which they found. It was a flawless mission. The Soviet reac- tion to the overflight was bland. All of the crew just looked up as the F-14 went by. This mission proved again the capability of long-range reconnaissance. An F-14 is hurled off the catapult. T 57 ,.-.9 .-ru'-wi fx: .-fe -Q.-exam zz: An Air Force B-52 flies over the Norwegian coast. Below: An F-14 crew takes time for the camera. -.4- ., , .., QM., g. ..a -'ww J 1' -3 Y BY 1-Nu ' M A.. ' g fffm?f M ' I L.,-NIIIIIXA' I I . , III I 5x . . 'N XX. I, pf i , "' 155 V .- ,rw ' j . -, " ,KN - ,e..A Tx 1 ,,,'f 'K' 1. . ,. -1 ' Q ,.-,.,, I " , . V - .L.,. I 1' ,1II:,,,fg'q . -- -.. f.I II I - I II Ii- ' "' .X A A 'ff 5 I I ' ,II ' - d . ,-f . ,ff 'LI If-j'-1 W ug, -' ' m r -0 """ " .' 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' ': x . -9 1 . -1 M. , . 5 If3v.,..I,- Y ,,,,I I L .. 1 -Y ...Q ,-4,4-w,.,Q , 1 ' ' ,,. vw, I II . ,, I, ,III I,.x,.A,,,,.II I I NNIII. II , - kv A9"Qv-Q. -- . f Q,-xx.. .J . if 4 A -.. x,,. 1. . ,s1,. -Gr- ' My ,-, 1 .I 'qi .4 I.. ,1, E '+:. .. 3:4 9 .. 'll' ,,.w THE SECRETARY OF THE NAVY WASHINGTON N The Secretary of the Navy takes pleasure in presenting the MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION to TASK FORCE 401 for service as set forth in the following CITATION: For meritorious service while conducting operations in the North Atlantic Ocean and Norwegian Sea in support of United States and North Atlantic Treaty Organization objectives during Exercise OCEAN SAFARI 85 from 29 August 1985 to 20 September 1985. The unprecedented operations of TASK FORCE 401 asa multi-carrier battle force established new standards for the forward offensive employment of maritime forces in deterring and defeating thr t ea s to the alliance. Aggressive tactics and sound prior planning were followed by meticulous execution and responses to contingencies under adverse weather conditions. By their sustained outstanding performance, exceptional professional ability, and complete dedication to duty, the officers, enlisted personnel, and civilian employee of TASK FORCE 401 reflected credit upon themselves and upheld the highest traditions of the United States Naval Service. ,T K xf7!,f my ,ff VX- ,fc iff", 5eCI'i1arXy"jfof the Navy x ...W t, ,q,a,3 k A ' --1Q?,4v.:Zf-. 1 f . ' sw- '- - C-Qi. 4.1 -- r... .sw-fi?--M' f An overt transit to Vestfjord was undertaken following AMER- ICA's involvement in the Northern BLUEXORANGE war. The transit drew a lot of attention from the Soviets because the battle group had moved from an area of sea control to one of sea denial. The Soviets frequently used the carrier as a target of opportunity for simu- 'lated strikes. Daily, reconnaissance aircraft were sent out to ensure that the battle group's whereabouts were known. AMERICA reacted to each flight with a fighter escort. Carrier Air Wing One and USS AMERICA proved that the greatly increased tempo of operations was Secretary Lehmann, VADM Mustin, Ambassador Stuart, and CAPT Allen take time for conversation. manageable and that they, the shi- pfairwing team, were able to han- dle all eventualities. The highlight of OCEAN SA- FARI '85 occured when AMERI- CA entered Vestfjord for four days of operations. Each day was a learning experience, operating in a totally different environment. The Soviet reaction to fjord operations was one of frustration. No longer could they keep a constant watch on the battle group's actions. They too wanted to see if carrier fjord operations were feasible. Their ap- prehension is understandable. Over 6096 of the Soviet surface fleet, 6096 of Soviet naval aviation assets and over 8596 of Soviet submarine forces for the Atlantic, which comprise Soviet Northern Fleet, rely heavily on the Norwegian Sea for access to and from their basesg therefore, control of those waters is of vital interest. Also, with a carrier operating in the fjords, most of their bases are within easy striking range of a formidable opponent. Vice Admiral Mustin has stated that a war may not be won inthe Norwegian Sea, but certainly could be lost there. This is a valid point, especially in light of the vast mili- tary complex of the Soviet North- ern Fleet. The fourrshort days spent in Vestfjord proved that carrier 1fL3i:.zt:i -T '27, . :'ii"?ST 'Ss' 'gf-fi 'T-3 i " " A .' jr2f?i'e1 .R J, -j, wie -412: . A ff a- ,- : ,g'Q11.f,::'a-eL'K.:- .-'f', ,- . -5 e -:w'f'.s- H. A-A 4,7 1 P fri. 731- .i1f..15'1,+jgf : L 3' vi' fjord operations can successfully be conducted. Now NATO has another strategic option to use as a deterrent. The Russian AGI Balzam trails AMERICA. 1 ' r-Li-his -mlm .zs the .ilsrt 75 1-q , Wfafffwrgfy -7.1, 1 r ,vffigf- -Q.:rr-,,--'-w'1Lf':-21:31 , . S . ---, . 4-,rw riz, '1'-rg v 'QA' ."-'nib 6- ,..L.vw... , Y Left. The mighty ship enters the protective mass of Vestfiord. FSH-f-,.g?3'IjF' T-iq 'E-fl ,?'f?'-. r 'JP ,,.:J63 " ,, 1- I Above: The cold peaks shoot forth from the ocean floor. Below: An alert F 14 is dispatched ro the enemy he ship is pitching and yawing as forty-foot waves crash over the bow. The strain on the ship is tremendous as she heads through the furious seas. Small gunboats searching for AMERICA are almost swallowed up by the sea. As days go by, the weather begins to break. Finally the seas calm down enough to per- mit flight operations. Enemy submarines begin to prowl around the ship. Planes search nearby for the ship's loca- tion. The small gunboats try to make a strike on the carrier. Still, despite all of this, AMERICA is able to launch attack squadrons. She is on the way to an important mission in Vestfjord as she comes out the victor in another of her many exercises. The loud roar of the jets can be heard as they ap- proach the ship for recovery. Once all the aircraft are recovered she is able to proceed once again towards the fjords. The Carririr rr'ia.'wigjf-e in flip in- side the fiyw' '- ' 7 mei tif ,.1Ul,.Hl.3,i f r' A ,itlci' is -:T t '55 "n.?52fi 1 gfjbiyjiii fy' ,.-:a'g5Te1,- 1-fix' 'ff -' T-- .ft ' ggi' it .Agri V 'q..,.-.J 'G sky above. The water is very calm and all is quiet. At nighttime the colorful lights of a nearby city re- flect brilliantly across the water. Many of the crew want to go ashore and see the country of Nor- way, but there isn't enough time to do that and still complete the mis- sion they are here for. Early in the morning the opera- tions begin. There are "Blue" force and "Orange" force Norwegian patrol boats. AMERICA and her allies are the "Blue" Forces. It is more confusing than ever in the fjords because of the short reaction time, and not being able to tell the "Blue" forces from the "Orange", Then AMERICA comes up with a plan to solve this problem by set- ting up an area for the "Blue" forces to avoid. Now any patrol boats entering the designated area will be immediately identified as "Orange", enabling AMERICA to Send A-7 Strike 1riri'i'nfi in for ni SlII'llIi2lf'q'q'i i 1, Hiiffl , T" W il 'lilef neva:-ff xl 'Hifi Majestically, the peaks of p X- sg, -'r ,-Q-Ax v i Y 1 An S-3 is launched to counter the ever present threat of submarines. Crewmembers ready an armed P-14 for combat exercises. pie, gray, and blue surround the battle scenario. N . :ac ff' WN X wwf-, and Wiz iiii 4 , wwf' riff? A 1 ,.:'g.-QE gg! X. 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During this portion ofthe broadcast Rear Admiral Bystrov Chief of Staff of the Soviet Navy is quoted discuss- Ateas for staging such exercises are more and more often chosen close to our operational waters and coasts. As distinct from the past years the United States and NATO have now extended the zone of the maneuvers to the North Atlantic and the Norwegien and Barents Seas The number of the warships and civilian vessels in volved in Ocean Safari 85 has also increased It is perfectly obvious that the U S administration uses the maneuvers to show off the might of its armed forces to the people of Western Europe and neutral states. Constantly conduct- ing maneuvers in areas adiacent to the Soviet borders, the military and political of the U.S. and NATO are trying to develop in our armed forces a sort of 'adapting to thedanger'reilex,soastodetract us from our Let no one count on this. The strong ocean- going fleet ofthe Soviet Union is always on its guard." 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I lthough it was not a package tour itself, many had a chance to experi- ence the beauty and history of some of English's most graceful countryside. As you travelled along the highways and byways between the cities, you could see anything from an ancient castle off in the distance to a farmer bringing in his herds. The rolling hillsides seemed to have an air of tranquility about them as the wind blew against the tall grass. Travelling further, you might come across an old village from the Eighteenth or Nineteenth Cen- tury that is still in full use by resi- dents of today, the drives made of cobblestone and the roofs of houses completed with the more contemporary straw thatching. The countryside is as different from the cities as day is from night. Most of the countryside brings you back in time to days of old, not yet forgotten. Most of the cities, being built of brick, steel, and concrete, still bear reminders of a world known many years ago, but are be- A lone tree stands as sentry over the fields and crops. ing covered up more and more as time goes on by impressions being pressed upon them by those with- in. Many of the little villages that hug the roadside which survive do not experience the oppression that is dealt with within the citiesg they have a chance to remain clean and unscathed. However, as is always the case, there is a price to pay. The price is one which many cannot afford today, so only some of the most well-off can manage to keep their homesteads in their original state. The others try to do the best that they can with as little change as possible. One of the biggest and most expensive problems is the thatched roof. Birds love to pick at the straw to make nests, and bugs like to burrow into it and make a home of their own. Because of the stubbornness, pride, and the deep sense of heri- tage the English have, they have not lost the beauty and back- ground which is spread out across the expanse of the old English territory. A city-state stands protected by a castle and its surrounding walls. 87 Q N fi 11 ,w r Q f N '1 -I Llj it N. . W 1 1 4 J ,K ,r i J I si l 1 i i4 5 7: K . , .2 'ff' ' 1 V fl s O i I Y 1 I I i I: if ' F 4 'I 3 88 i 135521, -,, iz wamfr C 4 f .r , i A 3,5 J: X at YQ? 2 --fi ::- L 5y"i.f- ' ""'-Tf. Yfvlri-i 5.75 I' i"i,TT'3if T' ln' inf?- 'yj-.s. , 1 .-,,kp,:',- HV,-,..V. -. Ra A-4 .,A2?T- lil-a:,'4':g ,1-..Q-YZL1-.-3' -' 141- 1 4 ,, Editor's note: The English Countryside is filled with many ex- amples of fine architecture. We've captured a few of the best. The impressions they leave are mostly personalg however, they are still awe - inspiring. l 9 ,.?' 55,3521 -ash " 'igtll-'f:f.,, f f-- - '.-'fffwymrkl F :,.f:.gf i411 --1 .- V' -,,.4-'.:- -' ' I--L f--- ,Yi ,ff ---51 J i -1:.-.5-:Mgr xg.,--114--:,14 '41 ' '- -11 1 nf- -sk-:' nary, 452: ' 2 - -I-fs'-AJ' .rv:v:..gf3,.15:,f.:A , 1 ,J- A field of green and a small country home set the scene. A large contemporary farm house with a neighboring church. Trees and freshly cut fields surround the countryside l 90 a 5 4- 'Q- - ew' LFS: .-.-H 'Qi' 'SQ' V-'.+g:X.+-r. , -,xx fs i"'QXQ::5'33Q-Qui, Nab 9.4 .-'Cf-: v wir-.Us 1-' X 1- K 'L' Nj , ,m , , '12 3 ,. , S K , ' ', jf. 1 , ff. hm, ' I' ,. wtf us' V . ,- :int .435 f .fx-if E! , 'tn : 13? 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I, - - g - - ' ,, ne of the briefer but more memorable tours in England was that to Stonehenge. What makes Stonehenge such a memorable place to visit is the whole aura of mystery which has surrounded it since its construc- tion. According to archeologists, the Hrst stones were set in place as far back as 2000 B.C.g the structure was redesigned and added to at least three times before it was completed some 500 y6arS later. Tradition holds that Stonehenge was built by the Druids as a place of worship, but recent thinkers claim that it was built long before the Druids ever came to England. Whatever the case, the true mean- ing of Stonehenge is difficult to fathom. Stonehenge sort of sneaks up on you. An unobservant motorist might very well miss it altogether as he drives along the highway which runs beside it. All alone in the corner of a field in the rolling, grassy countryside, the rock for- mation appears out of place. Our bus passed by and pulled into a parking area on the opposite side of the highway from the monu- ment. After browsing through the memorabilia for sale, we purchased our tickets and walked the short distance over the highway and onto the grounds themselves. The initial response was one of wonder. Even someone who knew nothing at all about is background would have been enchanted by Stone- henge's appearance: lintels piled upon posts, forming concentric circles. One felt compelled to envi- sion what it used to look like to those who used it, even wondering what the users themselves were like. Had Stonehenge been a place of worship, it seemed appropriate, because the rocks still commanded that feeling of reverence. We walked along the path leading around the monument, reading the information markers in an attempt to understand better what we were seeing, and taking pictures here and there, trying to capture the true essence of the encounter. Stonehenge was one of the those rare places that take a short time to see but offer lasting im- pressions. And though our visit was short-lived, this beautiful but mysterious place will forever re- main a part of our memory, one of the places about which we will al- ways be able to say, "Yes, I've been there!" lb7mhxf I-vslf-.s-1 -" :eu 191315 '-' fbff-7,C:':1i-in-I 1 ffxfi, J' --- .- -':a.:1.L-1 '-" ' - Lrf- .'f.'-4s"..g.T-7:5 arfzirzif-".'44 fall the places to see in England, London has to be the most popular. AMERICA's port visited to En- gland gave sailors and marines a chance to view a part of the world that before they'd only read or heard about. They visited a foreign land in which the natives ffor the most partl spoke the same lan- guage. They learned some English expressions which had an entirely different meaning in the states, but only added to England's uniqueness. London is one of the world's largest cities with a population of almost seven million. It is also the capital of the United Kingdom, which is comprised of Great Brit- ain and Northern Ireland. In itself, London is a unique part of England. While there, many crew- members observed the old adage "do as the Romans do" by imitat- ing London's punks. Punk music and fashion, whose popularity seems to have waned in the United States, are still going strong in En- gland - particularly in London. The U.S. Navy's younger members could be seen wearing attemps at spiked haircuts and decked out in raincoars, pointed black boots and many other articles of punk garb. For a look at true hard-core punks, however, one only has to take a walk through downtown London near Picadilly Circus. Here there were punks a-plenty, casually roaming the streets. Perhaps their most distinguishing characteristic is their hair, often dyed bright col. ors and shaved on the sides or standing on end, glued into dan- gerous-looking points like an array of marlinspikes. Facial makeup, mostly worn by females, was exag- gerated and gaudy, with seemingly no intent of enhancing their natural features. Both sexes wore earrings - often many on each ear - and some even sported nose-rings. Many punks could be seen taking advantage of tourists' fascination with them by offering to pose for a snapshot with some friends for only a pound or two. Not a bad way for some of London's more enterprising youths to make a liv- ing. In all, they were an interesting and colorful part of the city. One should never go to London without seeing Big Ben. The fabled clock tower is a famous historic symbol known to people all over the world. During AMERICA's port visit, the giant clock was un- der rehabilitation and scaffolding covered its height on all sides, much the same as our Statue of Liberty. However, it was still an impressive sight, as was the Thames fpronounced "TEMZ"l River. The Thames is London's primary source of fresh water, and is lined with many important his- torical buildings and monuments. Sunset brings a peaceful feeling to the park. Two bobbies take time out to chat with one of the local residents. f"'S f--'-wx .f-fl 'V K , . . ' " xx S. -.. ,.,.,,.'fif+f- f is 3f:,,a+f1'7,a1'ffir-ffi':+-qw 'if 1-rw ,. , J ww ' -'F M565 ."5a5'1fq21ff5zie':f?3.ii mv " -f'f"m4 1.164 Jjyfiiknwffl' '7 ,,g-sfcwtef:'f1,f4,-pwfn. 3 ,z .1534 ,iff :ge-.gb,f,2yg:.7aaafA ,f .-1f'M1n1:fww57f:'f:,- 4 ln addition to the sights, Lon- don offered a variety of good places to eat. Amongst these were some popular American franchises whose familiarity was not unwel- come to some sailors, such as Bur- ger King, Kentucky Fried Chicken, McDonald's and Pizza Hut. When eating in one of the local restau- rants, one notices immediately the difference between British and American tastes, though not nec- essarily for the worse. Many en- joyed the change. London is a fantastic place to spend the day Cand the author has heard more than one shipmate ex- press the desire to live therej tak- ing in sights and picking out sou- venirs at the many shops for everyone back home. London truly lives up to its reputation. A taxi rushing through Trafalgar Square delivering fis fare Above A young English rad feeds h' found f A d ' of th T f 15. flew rien .Right O e ower o London Beefeaters giving directions to visiting ne X- N - --,ll '1f,f.-QEQJQQQ 1:-Prqqff-g5:g:':.3f-:5fig-4-"Qmv:v',.f:f.rgf .rr .ir R - - -- -' :' -2-, ff--ft--cfSr,.y5wcQ:5...1y3b3-,sqpgrgqf , .3559 'V as-'fziiiyafliff'--ilil'-5131:17-v5i21?S-"' 1- ge-iff - -::.,r.p3-:Q-rjgq -T 1, -1, . : . , . .1 ,..., . 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' Situated on the Avon River, 107 miles west of London, Bath is sur- rounded by an amphitheater of hills and is renowned for its hot springs which have been the city's historic drawing-card. That the springs were not just enjoyable but possessed curative powers as well was a belief held as far back as the Ninth Century B.C. It was during the Roman occupation of 44-50 A.D. that the actual bath houses were built. After having been de- stroyed in 577 A.D. by the Saxons, the ruins were only recently dis- covered. They evidence an intricate and awesome system which must have been the envy of all Europe. The tour allowed us to see much of what remained. The main bath remains, still bubbling and steam- ing as it did so many years ago. To look clown into it was to look back in time. The roman architecture was evident in the mosaic floors, rounded entrance ways, and the many statues and carvings which adorn the walls. 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For 25 pence you could drink a glass of the mineral water for yourself! Having finished seeing the baths by no means signalled the end of the tour of Bath. Walking from the baths up into the town we were met with wonderfully quaint streets and shops crowded with tourists and locals alike. Antique shops were in abundance. If wool or crystal were more to your taste, they were available too, in abun- dance close by And if you were tired of shopping, there were plen- V-'J' r'. a. 'Z 107 51' Q 3 Y 'V 4, 4, L ' 1 l.,.f1' .,. ' I. . 'a if if A "' . ,,, u .55 -'Q v H ' 4 'C Ol -N-,Q I1 ' 7 . f . ty of pubs to wet a patched throat or pass a few minutes in conversation. Spending an afternoon in Bath we were captivated by its friendli- ness as well as its beauty. The peo- ple seemed genuinely glad to meet us, and we felt comfortable meet- ing them. As we traveled up the road leading away from Bath and looked down upon the symmetry of the buildings and cathedrals which give the city such character, we were glad to have had the privi- lege to visit this truly unique place. f . A l ii 4:57 ti 15. L- 9- u e.nw.m-y-yan-unm,,,,., 1 nun lmth till i isi . Ja-ll-il! -Iliad W ,. I v I, at . Q ' . N . . ,T SX liffrr, ., 'EH -V- ':.-M -' MR' :wx Q-wht Lw"Wvewsfti1e A X 5 x N MM 'W 1 ""Nea,. ww .M VYKXYQYQ1 'V . 1 A 'Www sf- JV.. Af' X ,-:I 1 -C 1 - - - , -A :L:, .'.'- -w' ' f w gf..-5.1: 5- .rx-if . " ,., ' ,.-.-5Q,:,.p.2. ,gr M-rw ,M sq. , -3 -r '-'Eff af fs .Sf , ..-. J- J' V , 1.-at ...1 - . 4:-'Q,MA1 - . rs. gf, iv- .,, A 4.11.-f-Q-2.,::.r.:11. .-g L ,gn ,-751 ' -.uv -a 1 1 f rt' - 5-. -5:55.-'z,:5y1w,7 gg- ' , .9-xg, f"fwf55,,f,sS' r . wmv-f '..-T F323.r'17f'y?i'w?'fZ47i-ilziifgifili 1' ,-,. - t-1: 1 A ,, - .- e-.urz-w .w- -:fe-'vm Q 51,-.A-.' .1 1 1 so J, Above: Getting ready. Left: Preparing the surfaces. '- I .g A39 .3 "'k r rg l I . l '7' 'T'Z"1'E':- -.zfffz--.ffl ff?-fvw K , , l, , . Y , A - -4' . Rf .. iii' - 'iii-"?:fS.fi2?ffS-fiff: 1ii'5if.'fEfLA.5f 351 .1 , 4 1 -ff' Q gpg.:-U ' - ,,e,s3,f'Lv1,.ge:a is-gif 51,1-Q3,:f"gTf :T-'ff . 'Af F- ' H -if ,i of ne of the honors be- stowed upon AMERICA during the year was her selection as the stage for the Su- preme Allied Commander, Atlantic Forces KSACLANTJ Change of Command ceremony. After the wear and tear of Ocean Safari, get- ting AMERICA to look her best for the big day was no small feat. The rough-and-tumble seas of the North Atlantic had taken their toll on the grey lady we call home. With the zeal of an ardent suitor, the crew gave the ship their undi- vided attention. Deck Department gave her a much-needed facelift. Gallon upon gallon of haze-gray paint was used to brighten the fea- tures of AMERICA. The signal- men bedecked her in a mu1ti-col- ored necklace of signal flags and pennants. Every whim of AMERI- CA was catered to. The final prod- uct was not unlike the prom queen - radiating beauty and warming the hearts of all whom she touched. neg wx Aus. - R. L.,-gb is ie, ,t. I' ss. '-Q "su . 'W Q. ' 4 ...rn , A l MMW5 llw i-th K0 be rlonc. left: You xxumt it wlicnfl 10 X If ACLA T CHANGE fl 'l l ll ,l 5 WH :v 'l Tx ,ix V1 1. 4 l l l l Above: A senior flag officer is greeted by honor sidebuoys. Below: Senior officers salute while the audience looks on. l w 1. 2 l l W 3 l 1 I il ll Z -l 1 I me AA , +L un., ,',rk1 f V ffff' " e - l iii ' Q f -11 New -W, r 'A Q 'a -"' QF: 'N 1 fi M 17,.i.f'r ' i .f V f f - . - vim . le ,QJIL p x- as - 1 Y .. ' " ' 'Y W Q' ' ' s 1 KU JI W f 1 I U 3 I O I NATO participants are among the many military personnel on the flight deck. K Officers and guests await the ricrenxony comrnencenicm. 7: -f':-ffjly..-::,:,..3,5' " T1T','?i2TEgI'.'Lf'1f'f,"-' T "jf"" " -ff 'A v- - - 1.1:-:':.'---.".21a - - ,' ' ' ':-f-54--fr -1 , -1 rr .41-:Q-:, ZGHP- :J I-.. ta.. - r.'-:'a- - -.Jai -ffA1'.'4-511.2:r9:J 1 4fEQ1"f" - 'fkf1f'ff.i1.?.-,:gQ1'f5f .1 - +gY-if51S.:.'13S'?-5 P71 f.gI:-':.+'-frfflf-3.754 -, yrtfgga'+35.,j5'.T1,"p2-.1 , xv.. 52" '-'-ff'-:J-25 akrls-sf' 'Lffff-:' 2:-'::..:'e. -:if -:r,1:f1:4sS-iz -fl r'9:'-c:f'-c-f1'H--V?" -e.. :G-lifvifb-file fifnr '15'-:':'Jf:.1-,',z,::57-:'z-M6514-5:1-.-: -'K-"74"1'f,M'?-"""' ggi'-35 'x "'-515 -11-cftf-wk. 3 .C.-Raaxfv ,5f:rf:1'1::.'f-1:13 Sri- Eire. :R-v4-w 'inf ' - . F' p?.1':,.?,'1-if-f-Tf-Fix-fix-Esngffg'"-Img-51.-1gfwriiii--4' " r' 95' . gs?-Q. vu:-3-,, 1. ,-R,:-.L141.5.m .4 : zz -.--.f-gf-. .l 5 K , . . ' " v.. Q w. -.. 4 'L "" v- igrx " . Y GF COMMA At'-vx Y- ,N x,'5""fj3-3, . i if he day for which the crew had been so frantically preparing had finally ar- ' Awake rived. It turned out to be a perfect . r ...Q A -' 59 'i . " K autumn day - sun-drenched sap- Lv. il 'K phire-blue skies and unseasonably , r' ' balmy temperatures. AMERICA 5 . at herself added to the perfect back- drop provided by Mother Nature. J! , . l p e"'t Considering the battering she had A . taken in the North Atlantic, she provided the most fitting stage possible for a ceremony of such international magnitude. Multi- colored signal flags shapped crisply in the breeze, red, white and blue bunting adorned the catwalks, and 'lr'i- -1 . -as 4-I---5-r, A the month-long preparations of ef? A ' ' f- . .. A rf 5' painting, cleaning, and then doing it again finally seemed worth the ' ' " ' - - " f' - effort as AMERICA sparkled like a jewel. A The ceremony on the flight deck began at precisely 1400 on 27 November 1985. After Admiral William J. Crowe, jr., Chairman of the joint Chiefs of Staff, and Gen- A view of the proceedings from general admission seating, eral Cornelius de Jager Royal Netherlands Army and Chairman of Nato's Military Committee, had addressed the crowd of distin- r guished visitors, the simple time- honored ceremony of passing command from one individual to another began. Admiral Wesley McDonald, who was retiring on this day after thirty-nine years of dedicated and distinguished service, read his or- ders relieving him as the Supreme Allied Commander, Atlantic Forces fSACLANTD and Com- mander in Chief, U.S. Atlantic Command QCINCLANTQ. Then Admiral Lee Baggett, jr., read his orders appointing him to become the Supreme Allied Commander, Atlantic Forces. As Admiral Bag- gett turned and saluted Admiral McDonald, he uttered the simple elegant phrase, "I relieve you, Sir." In that short sentence, Admiral Baggett assumed command of all NATO and U.S. Navy forces oper- --a ating in the Atlantic theatre. The Admirals cut the first piece of cake in AMERICA's hangar bay. f i ' ' , . ' ,.r a . - I l i OODs h ' . , , greet guests as t ey amve Onboard' A bird s eye view of the flight deck as guest are seated. , :mn 4 '1 H+' 4. x x YFZQR Hwmvxv Sm-vbk I, EGM . -4' - QT H, pg A., 7 7, 5 ' 5- I' fw""- . 4' 'A -w, ff w i fiiff ff Qihzqii 53' , 1? A ng ' M -5 fm " IV, 'X' jig: 17 1 Q 1 1 f n-M 5 -'11 .ffw12iH fE1' - 1 l , 1.5 ,EJ 4, A. -'51, rw in w a J 91 .J7 J fff.TE2""'. 1 ff P Alf Force personnel grand o wud -:sf while observing L me cm IC lm V Al mn rhg ceumonv on AMERICA s fhght 'Ei-12W'.1 , 1 5,,,.f,-,riff 1 1-A-11 I -. ,-.-.'f,",A . ivpf ffl ' 'fun 1:1-tif -C-ra'-: .51 L -. 1 ,, R 1 .- -v:-' 1- 1,55-:Z -,,-:.-.:.:?1 F SP :tffnfam-.ragsiv -...Q ., P"- ' :1' 1: .--:--z: " , Aga-'-:K fiieavisfeqrwf Saw-""' -Fr--5-1 'K ...a,.:-" -ra " ' '--X -' '- 'VI "E-3 Q ' ' 1 . X, , ' V ,,, 4,4 - ' Guests are seated pnor to commencement of the ceremony Speeches are a two way street Speakees and the Speakers 7 fx , j , . I 4 X N 5' w :rv W 0 IVA f 5 ,I V I J " !,A, I-if-5 5 li' . 1 -e '-fi H 'Hg 1-,,-,-1--refff. ,444 ,W mf, , 4, QA r A I V Y ' ' W ' f J gl' if -, :L-A - z. crvf'-wwf 4- ---rw--P' ff H--1 - A -- Y ' 2 f- A af ' A ' ' :lv 1- 1. - .- .. . , A.. . . W.. S- -4 ' .- ..,.- , , . -.- .:e:Qrf. ,.x-ffg.-.5-le-::I:,'f.i' : 1 151.:.1-715521: 4f,Qs'ffsf54gs:a"S1?4:f5:f--f-- ' T" 'Q ' ' ' ' " X ,Q ,N -. -.H L A . N ,. f ,fi AF f ' uxl r J , R- 1 'Isl-"iN ' ,r ,v-, .fs- f a Admiral addresses the audience. ,ff- .J 1 'S , 5 . Nlgrrincs srgmrl prmrilly wllilc' living rm'vii'wcrl VIPs salute while the audience looks on. The flight deck before the ceremony begins. i The Commanding Officer and Command Master Chief observe 'G-'.1dQr.iFg:' Vial: I '-'VW :y - gms'-. -fr J' ' '.-1'-1v?':,'.g', V V ., 51:21 -fi' 1i5'ff'-171:'Zi?.Z'f!?:fJ':1' f ' f'1'T"S 13" Y?-Ein.: .am -A ' Sri' 'U 'fe-'2-am, : -463,1 ff-ff! 'nr fl gg! ,A .I ll fi..-: - -if 1. 4' - -.,.a-.-,za 5 i .:- - 41-:KZ-271-fre . .-iii?-I'1"'?7Y:f'5.'ff"L"1-'if x 'am . .. -f 1 1.-' xv' , .4 xgw ' 4- ,kvgf-ff, -.M L31 - 'tf x N .,..1.-an f. I , .4-4 .f-. L., ,,v.,lbd.1..aufJ...-,m,fj Mr:-f dw' .n.w..4,. ,,.,.4v' M .mf 'Vs K+' ' -.... ,yan H... , ,..v. ,.,-. ,,,,,,-nv-:I .g,f,'fU', , nltfi' 7... M, Ah. 5' .df -s-. . flu 'ann 1 , V1 Q -K ' 'p-...ZF , Av'.r i,k2i'm.: , I "tv f , ,, M, L ,M , '-,g"-'Ef1".- ' '::.jff'1-':.7 ' ' -A .. -aff.. f . ,UQ f: I f -ff:-W 1 , . hm ,, , . - f, . ,N nf. .V-r..-. ,A:,:, ,, .- 1 , ,HM O Q., if vat' k . I an 1 I I Q B Sl an - Q Q o e 2 Q i f 1 I f 3 f 1 9 F 5 lx 1 1 I X, I 1 lf L 1 1 1 r I. 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BILL l.l.lEllliNT A slow dance to top off the evening fter being out at sea for a short CQ period, the members of AMERICA looked forward to the upcoming holiday season. The ship's Christ- mas party was the perfect setting to get the crew into the festive holi- day spirit. On the evening of 15 December 1985, AMERICA's crew met to share the joy of the Christmas sea- son. The event was held in the Omni Hotel in Norfolk, Virginia. The evening began with cocktail hour filled with delicious hors d'oeuvres and an array of bever- ages. Greetings were shared by old and new friends alike. Following cocktail hour, it was time for supper for the crew. They were not disappointed, each was treated to a four-course meal, with a delicious roast prime rib as the main course. The band provided the night's entertainment, playing swing tunes from the 30's and 40'sg many cou- ples danced the night away. And now for a really good show . . . ' ' ' ' " Y - i V - - f. -- -'- - .-.- - . i2d.'359.nl4Er?-1xvll'f'1"A-p4f::.1i-.":.c1'f.0:"2ave.,-Lfrg,-1-.4f'.vi3.'-72 .fax-nfs:-41mC1:.fL7a' -f-..-F -- .1 .. . .-f-.,, -.-.Q A g 1 P, 2.':+:f11"'Y:111:24'. ' "'L'WJ"1,1' , LN .1-W. Q, W ,,,.W,,. ff mu, L '5 'L ,f eifa :e22famMikf9iu21' + . ' 7 A' -Q 2 ,::.Pvf-?'.524iff.1 if -'QL 'uizi' '12 j'at"..f,. ,rqgk 'A f.5 f"':' V. 1 FH '3l'Yf"' 2' Iib-25 1 Q 1' , M M , W. ,-,f -,,, ,-5-f f,-ig,-.,,J 1, an L V J: .,.,.,... , f , W n I I. i vla fx: iii rj, Nm . 4 -I g O I 0 ' """P""""-ww its .N , ikfzf' f "lQP A.'M1m'1r:'m1f,'11.f'-' ,f'..u "f1.Q:fw. ' . FLEET EXERCISE leetex 1-86 was located in the Southern Puerto Rican Operations Area. The "stage" was set up to duplicate the Norwegian Fjords Operation Area. USS AMERICA and some of the units operating with her participat- ed in the exercise as the orange units fhostile forcesj. Units nor- mally operating with other carriers, some of them based out of Florida, acted as the blue forces ffriendlyj. The concept was for us to be able to locate, verify, and neutralize any threat, while still being able to car- ry out other missions, some of these other missions being possible land targeting, bombing runs, and still being able to protect the main forces of our group. A couple of long-range as well as a few short- range bombing missions that were also considered highly successful were planned and carried out. This exercise was to be a "dress rehears- al" for future possible exercises in the Northern Atlantic Operations Area. The exercise was a great success, and helped greatly in the planning of such future deployments. It helped in preparing us for what we could expect under such conditions. as-ggi his HS-11 pilot performing in an ASW role ' i ' .SFF 'iff'1"Q231'lffih'1:, J, - i ,SA Klpmir V i "im" " -, '1' '-um V--fa, -affr' -'-- ' . . i ..r,.--..-1 pt -,. , ..-. ..-.:J,,w,.:X -f. Q., -.-i24'!'1'!-QQ"-" igiffz v :"'- 3:fig-f2'Yfi'4'f'-1-B-::3f?:2,f'FfSH fi '?fif.-tryinli-?.iT'9'.ifE5i"1S: '53?5E?3?3g55' ?3' q' :f'f: 'aa fm w ,, 5'--11:-zxzuzakzwfzrieggafs.-X.. 'riziif 1 ' A 1 2. ' ' -V Y - A x v L f W. ,.. MA. i . f 1 is ., i if V -.Ll., Ji- A , pr , Q1 ,. ..f I Taking a breather during the workday. Getting ready for a simulated bombing run. Q Leading in a chopper. . 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The Operational Readiness Examination is a rigorous and ex- hausting portion of the competi- tion for the Battle E award among aircraft carriers. ORE re- quires a minimum of three hours of General uarters daily over a six- day period. In addition to normal day and night operations long hours of hard work training and prepara- tion went into this examination. The major emphasis in on General Damage Control training battle- damage-related engineering casu- alty control and combat systems readiness. Responses to all types of fire hazards, equipment damage and failures, flooding, lube oil leaks, and fuel oil leaks are graded. During General uarters, tests and inspections of the firefighting equipment, selected exercises, res- cue and assitance training, materi- al condition checks, and commu- nications checks were conducted. The drills included chemical, bio- logical, and radiological attacks, as well as firefighting, sagging over- heads, raptured firemains, and electrical power failures. All exercises were inspected by the Type Commander in order to evaluate the overall combat readi- ness of the ship in a given comm- petitive cycle or prior to a major deployment. ln conclusion, USS AMERICA attained an overall score of 95 per- cent for the damage control fOREl competitive exercises, proving once again that the USA is ready to respond. Exercise SS AMERICA's ORE Q Q ,.4 ,v . if .'vt:if '-3 Qu ' , 'f':'1: a L .Q mtg: V- il, W, r. Y x " 4 4 1-1 W . wwf? iffi r - qiisriii an w 11 Q . 4 L, ,ET If -fr . "'.Ai'luE .-1' ' d' r "K mit .' , ff r X Af, Sound powered phone talkers provide the viral link for damage control. 5' . 1? QS-59 V , 4 an? 1, , ff ' 'V - Q9 r H+ :- -. -,-.- .- . , ' fuk. Q54 Q , ,HN , NA L w, I 1 f.,. 1 ,, V 1, , Now, this is a drill, this is a drill, General Quarters, General Quarters. All hands, man your battle stations. R p ' party members quickly unravel the long lengths of fire hose. 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If' ,"N -.,, .- nam,-A .., . 31 . ig QQ:-. ,r .Y-Ag, , ,. .. ,J . .. - 4 f' Y' ' -' ' ff M M 4 X K . -zz ?' 1 , . ,t I it- I7 rxg. V1 SEP k.9'N"ilxx ww a i 4 x ' .J ' ,fl XJ -2- , 'f . , J, ,rg ' 'P-'4 , ,,f .. I.,, 1.54: 1 lu , , I . sl ' ' ii 2 sA A, FNA The Commanding ' r.- JI 1 . 1 .r sl 1. ., Y. ' v 1, A ,'v . , , ,A 6 y 2 . ij. , ff f yt? 'vw gi .xfr Bn, 1. Q H'A15fifgR Q X: 5 . - .1 .I , . ,a,L fxf , L...- " 4 1"" X4 i,b 5 x . X . SSX X ,pn My dl- 4 , -Mu, V, - . IX I3 'L W , A .-'gx 6 if! Lx? 1 , J Ei ax??,,c" IJ ww kx 6 I :iq U pon return from Fleetex 1 86 AMERICA entered into her POM Prepara od These last two weeks befc deployment were scheduled for AMERICA s crew to have the op portunity to get off work early most days so that they might at tend to personal and financial matters This POM period however was hardly the relaxed affair it was in- tended to be. Since AMERICA de- ployed two weeks early her crew had to work extra hard to have her ready for 10 March. Hours were long and many men came in on weekends to get AMERICA ready for her six-month sojourn. For the better Part of her crew, this was the POM period that never really was. Q - 7 C - Unloading another truck. Finally winding down. A Chief lends a helping hand : .-i f'-F'-E -255' :Q 2 . jlj LTL- 47,31 f.-11-'ff ..'fkf:-:z'- 5.211511-fig 14:3-E' 3, '31 .,-,..,,: v. W, QQ. ' lv 1 . i i , nm, ll Is the way clear?" "Is there really that much milk?" "Bring it down slowly!" HK 'ik' 'just think! Only 37 more cruckloads! ...gJ..j.- ,,' lw rlie most buring thing l've done all week," i Ht aim! AW 5 500 1611 The ship makes its final preparations. , , 4--ya "Gone, for such a long time." nu 2 an 1 --...--.nA.xnnllllllA nf.-I "There they go Right: It was a cold, sobering morning when we finally had to departg the onlook- ers had an expression of concern and an air of great loss about them. he hardest part of every deployment begins as the days before the deploy- ment dwindle down to precious few. It's the saying good-bye to our family and friends which is really our toughest job. Even in those hectic days immediately prior to getting underway, the anxiety of the inevitable farewells casts a pall over everything, we do. Hours pass much too quicklyg days faster than an F-14 Cat Tomorrow finally those 'Tll get t jobs pleted. good f C fee if mga e ' it in O -' ' N -vs 4- wzvpg r .J 1 -nw '-'Ii'-3:-, 5- A W, -lv '-I . f . . pf .. .Q fran: , -c:f'.1j":25: . ago fx ' .1 nf -yy? :-.,, ' . '- , - . F4 f, g:.331qT:,,... .X ia -.q::,.-...:'1-1-rig' gg., 53? 45,Elpiizc:?:s.QQ.ff.,"5g'3V'gi"'f5i5J5E-2352321:11:33fit' v- W ' dev- 2'-wif-E'ef5?w-:inQing:-',-rf-f?:-1fp: -...z .AQ .-,,,,, ,-, .Y-3.5,-,Iv f 3.3-5-.A, - .off ' f-,wa:Lg:- -' ' , ' 1V-' v. ' f. ' 1 , L gym 4 I hope they wxll be alrxght. "Hey, have a good fume." ,I "Ir's what he has always wanted to do .Ks , Making a second MED deployment. .img,:l,3,,'r.-,w,Em.-AL,,,,,,,:,',.,, , HA, 5-.,,A'i., Q-. , 1 , . 1 ,. , ,, . 1 w ', 4 -. :-.,-f.,1,b -...,,-,-.1yn:1Lf,?,aw:s:e:ofe' X - -' f V . - x -A fm, v . , 1- f Q.-Y 4 ".--1 rm-.5 -'ex:ax-M:.'2:',iKI1N-::.f-95.54-UFS' ' ' " I - .1'f- .7 Lffwy' '. , Jer "f-S7 '1-45" 9' .13-"li:""fS'QS?'iE5:FEf?Q3I-Ei-5" .- , 4 ' .Y-..f Q fa- R.V-f,f.:f5:4721,ff.-:ga-'wi-g,,p::'-1-1.2.-f.igf,g,'9-11:5 ' vga ' u Li-fi? 1-??5:.f:a'?If3ii-Lf.-fg1nJ..e1:f.-142-.-..' -3.1.-uf ' X-.:-r Aw 'NN - - .-N--Wr,-- Kg- Af: - 1- A -" 1' f - -. '24 -A-:VT-ftw -'-" A "9 '1-1 H-- 'w k -- .Q 1 ' H. f, -"' . I x -'PI' 1i'k'Z.'5 1''-.:s--.-:.z1.L-Fw1..- -. , - Figfliai 1?-fi-1 if-gf - , E:x:4+I5f?z'11s-Ss,Q-r.x.:'I4I'?5v" E534:yk5.-s.f:-,E1.-.s.k::sq.m::jQgz:- '- 1 K V- .:-.XY-1:jfH'j'I T A' .Z5.m-:f..-.f,.,.,x L, N 44 fm: 'tb' '5f',x'4j,'Q':L"xL'V 'xx ' x h ' 'M - , . ' 'sf-v .-wg' . "H - "I-' 'ifiiiii' . ,. - 1- y a.-1, l'Y.5T'n'd' ba-11-Qsemns4,'..:u--.-gn... ..n. - ' K .m a ' Ai? 'MgiF4"4' 4 1- 2 "fx,-.5 gpm ' A ' -f fS2s.i1:1r,.,L,., f'.1sgfg-,:: .qw --L: f -J , , . S. .4 M. . un 'M-. 1.1 an 1 ,... V Af- Y- X - 3 , WV, . ' """1 A 1 ' -K . A ,Jgf:5y.,,4:41g?3 ' 3 X- ' f R. 1- . ' , N - A ""w'w'-L '- ff-" ff-. . 1 1 LJ y 4h.u- .'r,4.,-'r 1' v--r ' 4- N f. "" "' I i',,,,,, P val? 'h h 8 ,I f WFP H' 6 v r -A :ax A ' '45, , 4,-., r, ' ' A fff,4..'w'..-,'i:l .- .,,!,ng, V -. . '.',,nvr- . UIUC' Q .4 Q'," "Z'f5f ' . g . 'wif 4t"1s7 . 1, U." W 5' In X J ,M 1 ,' J 3547? AUGUS A BAY MERICA and SARATO- GA dropped anchor, floated side by side for three days, and busied themselves in the observance of that time- honored tradition known as "Turnover in the MED." Helicop- ters scurried between the two giant carriers. Utility and personnel boats shuttled between the an- chored airports. All attention cen- tered upon the exchange of equip- ment, the "passing down" of mes- sage traffic, and the conferences between the departmental leader- ship of each ship. A tense moment arose when a CH-46 SEA KNIGHT helicopter from DETROIT tipped over while landing on AMERICAS flight deck and burst into flames. As the helo's rotors broke off against the non-skid and whizzed through scattering joggers firefighters rushed heroically to extinguish the blaze The first dousing of AFFF Aqueous Film Forming Foam struck the fire in an astonishing eleven seconds after the helo crashed a response which brought warm words of praise from every one for the fire department Fur thermore all of the helos crew members were saved no one was out of commission for more than a few days The Augusta Bay anchorage taught AMERICA that even when relaxing a ship must be ever vrgr lant against peril and must keep herself ready for teamwork Awaiting turnover, the crew sunbathes, Y'P'.:Ilni-:Y r 1 - '53, lv.-7 W' fwmpx: R 'H"' 4 Lb A U iii f ri g ,, -. I A. mlr-V-f a. r .Q I qi 'Q - Q Uv 5 lil' 'Q ' . -., A , . by l .lu 1 7 ,. . .. . M-Y-ui, ' 1 ."f2' If ,Al J- V. , ' 'Y N N '," , ' ' Q. ,xx - ' - nos! wr- ttf" S0 I ,qmrfv W. . ,4 ' 4 , Q I ,1',:flf1f?'1?f'p,,p,,g,,Q..,,,, . ,J L-kf"Y,.. ' 'V 'I ,-,- , K V I' I... ' , r'l,f-1:,' if ., z ,v V i - ' gy I i zi w 'A VV 5-A, , .mn Jn. H I . ' fin, 3fFR.1f,d4v'f'V7i ,'ffiv ,, geml . N , 0 Q 1- '11 -N ' fn- A 1. 1 M i I s i ,o fl i CNO VISITS U ., nd., ,, fo d 4 ,X ,a V l A , A lA V , , . . o ,af , - f .K Q, 5 ' ., .,Lg The Admiral pauses to study the crew's reaction. LL 1-f f - Th E CNO's party is welcomed aboard by honor sideboys wi 'az- -if-113-: .. - .,'N-Q tfxlzggx R Q QW . A ' T1 'i'1Q'I-Fiif' """-6-.Q -t 'X' 'fr "'5'.Xr - -k Q 5 Qfqi --'FF'-A f 1 S f vi eff- 236, f . 'fins LP?-I 1' ,' Admiral Watkins praises AMERICA's sailors for their efforts during the strikes against Libya. .49 ..f- x, ,. W P '---a.r,-gg? 4-.,.I'1 .,.o1, .'-'S'CA- 'I . 5. ,, - - L- ek,-Q-w "?:i-"vagpHg1T.--,-'-- A. .-- - 0 :- J y 57" r , I rr- ' ' 1.1 4 -'way .f ollowing the March opera- tions off the coast of Libya and during our turnover with SARATOGA in Augusta Bay, Sicily, AMERICA was privileged to be visited by ADM james A. Watkins, then Chief of Naval Op- erations. After a rousing welcome in Hangar Bay I, the CNO con- gratulated the crew for its recent action against Libya and encour- aged them to be ready to do it again if necessary. Describing the three carrier op- eration as "highly professional" he used strong language in denoun- cing Libya's Moammar Kadafy and in asserting the United States' rights and resolve in freedom of navigation. His remarks were forcefully delivered and strongly received by the sailors assembled from several ships within the AMERICA battle group. His visit let us know that we were not alone but rather, that all of America was behind us. He also gave us the determination we needed for what would prove to be even greater confrontations in the weeks to come. X1 1 XR--l- LW mm 'meets with the CRUDESGRU 12 staff in the flag cabin. Admiral Watkins is warmly received by sailors within the battle group. The Admiral takes a few minutes to visit :with tht- tit-tg, . X.. 5 The CNO inspires the crew to repent their efforts 11 ' Wifi 4jC3,'j1,- 7QaQjl"F, ' 'l5'f'l7 .f x ' i ' I . F E S , 'A Q5 ,Z ' ,g."'u'i!f J! tra. , ,gift jgfgx. ' fi vafg, a , .ar-1-ff' 4, 1 1-rw si-V45 ff 'Iggy 415 f - 2. ' s .f f at Lyle.:-5. 1 LI GR ITALY n the Tyrrhenian coast of Italy in the bend of sea- shore east and south of Genoa, the small city of Livorno, or Leghorn, as it is commonly dubbed in English, modestly con- tinues the typical lifestyle of an Italian port of her size. Founded in the Eleventh Century by the Pisans, Livorno is hardly old by Italian standards, yet during the Renais- , -1 " f 4 H 519 my sance she flourished enough to leave her with an architectural and artistic heritage of which her citi- zens are justly proud. After anchorage at Augusta Bay and her first, encounter with Khad- dafy's forces, AMERICA anchored off Livorno for the first port call of the deployment. Some crew- members were disappointed to find not much more than the usual cof- - , .4 Q- --'f"'? uf A 1 A liberty boat ties up just forward of a French submarine. feeshops, bars and cafes of any Eu- ropean city, but the key was not Livorno itself, but rather its loca- tion. Thirty kilometers away Pisa, with her Leaning Tower, beckons, and forty kilometers further, Flor- ence, the queen city of the Italian Renaissance, sits enthroned on the banks of the Arno River. In the end, astute sailors and marines appreciated what a truly ideal port they had found in Livor- no. A quiet town welcomed them upon arrival, Ft. Darby offered an easy opportunity to call home, and two of the most famed centers of tourism in Europe were a brief train ride away. AMERICA spent five days at anchor in Livorno's harbor, and then departed to continue pa- trolling the Central Mediterranean. Fishing and recreational eff tied I . , ,. t,F:'1l IL- . 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MM--,.. - ,.,-. --.i.,. -A ' Fla,-fw 'yt V p 3 Z T- 5 I v 2 A 1 . I Q 1, 'I , gf l M r ,1 , Q 5 "Cheers" - - + ri, J -qs, E, Axb Lk, 4,q A 1 I 145. ,,.A lm cfs' AA' M r . W ,,,r J 4 All aboard at the Livorno Train Station 4- Aftemoon shoppers take a stroll down a sncle street 3, 'L'k.32F, 2591? 1 13. ' .1,.1fT5'2 31' s fi! 55,2 "'Y ' 1 fn wr? AR A-fa ,. -iff" iw -we ,q fxb -.4" 4" 'S .-43, Q, N' V 1: ,VL "'!.! .F Out for a Sunday walk port visit in Livorno put the crew within a mere three-hour train ride of one of the cultural centers of the world: Florence. Those who were adventurous enough to take the trip were not disappointed by ei- ther the beautiful countryside they travelled through or by the marvel- ous sights of the city itself. Having its origins in the Third Century B.C., Florence is an artistic treasure in itself. Leaving the train station one is immediately envel- oped in the city's old-world mys- tique. The narrow, bustling streets enclose you in a mixture of archi- tectural styles, Gothic to modern. The many shops which line the streets offer everything from typi- cal Italian pasta to clothing and appliances. But the real joy of vis- iting Florence is not in buying, but in seeing! And perhaps the first thing anyone sees is the Piazza del Duomo with its cathedral, baptis- try and bell tower rising above the city. Built in the Thirteenth Centu- ry, its cream, rose and green marble exterior have endured the ravages of war and nature to remain, per- haps, the city's major landmark. For a few lire and a lot of climbing one can catch a breathtaking view of the whole city from the top of the bell tower. Further into the city is the Arno River which runs through the very center of Flor- ence. Along its banks one can ei- ther enjoy a peaceful walk or visit countless shops and cafes which line its path. 154 Q' You will even find that some of the bridges them- selves are packed with shops! Along the Arno one will also find many of the older monu- ments and museums. Holding countless works of such fam- ous artists as Michelangelo and Brunelleschi, the Archeo- logical Museum in particular was "must-see". Those of the crew who were able to go will agree that it is difficult to describe a visit to such an astonishing city as Florence with mere words. Whether it was for a couple of days or a just an afternoon, time spent in Florence was uplifting and educational. It seemed that whatever the amount of time we had was never enough to catch even a glimpse of the beauty which surrounded us. '-q"""'5 ""i'-'Nw.-e-- isw?-Q '+--- ' mi xv- -me.- el' 1 sm ,,--.-1w- 34 milf" fv M ,IV W .v X ! A , if E, .ff Q? 4-35, if 1 r-1, eff ' 1 I lf7:' 4. ,- 161' 1' 5 ES! 5:15 ,Z ' .4 :gs .Gb 75 . 7' 192 'r' 1 . .,. .ff 'r 7. r 131, Zi fe? CG LW? 0. , 54725 aw if I . ' Q. Y . JJ! V, 45,1 3-1.94 1251: ., , 1 ZZ? 4251 'ML filfjfj 25.1141 542 if-if -14553 gifs, T441 zii-5 if-f A65 iff? 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Only fifteen miles north of Livorno, Pisa had a lot to offer a set of eyes weary of looking at the sea. Pisa holds many places of inter- est. There are cathedrals and churches, a museum, a university, and lots of shops and sidewalk ca- fes to help while away the hours. But the greatest of the drawing cards was the chance to visit that r W a I 5 l Q 1 ,f.. fi WN-nf.. x , Q--Q-.... OWU world -famous landmarkg the Lean- T ing Tower of Pisa The tower is northwest corner of city in what cated huge, marble wit SCORES P 1 K rx x H F C1 -1 4, 'K, 'fs L 4 1 A v xA? Miboxww .-f-. u Q ll..q':'5, ' A quner day m a small town near Pnsa -. "TT"fvm' AA wide view of the town surrounding the to Wei' The greatest thrill, though, was to tour the tower itself. Tilted ap- proximately seventeen feet, or greater than a 5 degree list from perpendicular, this masterpiece of Italian art has been a symbol of Italy for over 800 years. Begun in 1174, the bell tower was intended to be a final touch to the already famous Pisa Cathedral. Unfortu- nately, when the tower was only half completed, the soil on one side began to subside and the whole structure began to list. Un- able to discern a way of straighten- ing the tower, the city suspended construction for almost 100 years. Finally the decision was made to finish the structure by building the third and fifth floors out of line with the base in an attempt to change the center of gravity of the whole. Completed in 1284, the top story was added in 1350. Com- pletely made of white marble, the tower is 180 feet tall, 52 feet wide, and has 296 steps leading from the ground to the bell on the top. It costs a few lire to make the walk up, but it is worth it. Climbing the steps Cnow rounded by the jour- neys of countless pilgrims beforej, the view of Pisa was spectacular from most any level. The tower's lean was very obvious once you began to reach the top, and gave you the feeling that you might very well slide right off! Pisa was a beautiful city. From its splendid architecture to its side- walk cafes, it made for a wonderful attraction to our first port on MED 1-86. . 4 -213.67- Looking over the grounds from on top of the tower. Ready for the busy day ahead. I 162 r l i- N - . Above: One of th X it .gf ' - e many side streets in Pisa. Right: Spectators around the 1 l eaning tower 4 r 'V' Y, v Mix L i if wff W . Q ..-AJJEJ4'-'I' " --ff i -- 'Q ,Qy 4 I w 1 K -u f- f' ' 1- 5 1 'r 4 1. if X -s., w ww , v. ..,,,. a ,V -x ,T M., X Q? :S mpg, - -.-4 x ,-Y' A... .. we ., - 1 0 Q 4 J"'...Lf 1' psi A 1 na -V , .df f " , gy! , .1 ff.-V ., Q .V 1-if 11,3 v:,,.- Q ,kv -lf. Q 'Lx f , 1 . ' .gr '.5"'f'3'1 1 MQ, , -, ,'.,,4,,-'ff-,,, ,, 1 fig Qi 2 ' , 4.-fy 1, ,'.. lflx' 4,12-"1 , ., ,U , . 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N f- ' , il Qgii-1:1 A 'Q,51LLa:ii'1-5:35,5:5zixqiiiafig155515s,i'.x:s,gQ:i::m:s.aMLb - . g'g,.fH:,1:4L-1:1 -W , A - 2 an S' rb- I 6' .f 139' ,L 5 ,-Q.. ff, , .- fi' YJTTYT-77 A:"?"'T '4H""n " ' " ' ' H ' " ' ' 'f"?,Q1g'i:TY5"z2'2A1 1-:cf - 11- fx' 112.555,-r-,.3f5gEq L-L - A - " f ' f- ' 1 -''Z-ffa:221-z .'f:1ffif f . i ' Y 'wg , 'Er' LJ, ,'E,. .wif ' 'f -- 1 -Y r - ' 1 wf-Aff'-7--V J- - 'Ihr' '::'f '- . '1 .2-G 'pf' ' "W ' 5925 -ff .iE3Y?'7zI52e? 1 f-cw u 'ff aples is the most fre- quented port by the United States Navy in the Mediterranean. Every visit to N2- ples, or Napoli as the Italians warmly refer to it, offers a wide variety of foods, landscape and personalities. Naples is located in the regi0H of Campania, approximately 120 miles southeast of Rome. It is C011- sidered the commercial and cultur- al center of Southern Italy. Naples is Italy's third largest city, follow- ing Rome and Genoa, and POS' sesses a population of 2,200,000 Naples is a fan-shaped area Suf- rounding the Bay of Naples' lf stretches about five miles along luv and inland into rolling hills- the 'N Q., .1--.nnu --e . A The Old Quarter, or Old Spacca Quarter, is a very popular spot when visiting Naples. A walk through the Old Quarter will reveal the true traditional nature of the people. The narrow crowded streets teern with noisy, aggressive drivers. The section is also filled with picturesque squares contain- ing artisans' small shops and the home of the working inhabitants. Strings of lemons in the windows and fresh laundry are suspended far above the street. The Old uarter is filled with pizzerias Cpizza shopsl serving several varieties of pizza, the world-famous dish that origia nated in lilaples. Cullufallv iii l, 5' ,- K-V Q 54.13, .. V -.?2f" ' - ,V .,,,. , ,I ' . it. -Q-ii --Timm--'I . -f -.gg f-. . .-fe -1 14- A -'-7 V, ii,,,- -us- KLM... , .rg ,v....A fares--r A-.,..,. - . P v., ,' h . Several of the many "Hey-joe" stands visitors many exciting spots of in- terest, including many historic cas- tles. Many sailors visited the Castle of Egg. The castle was built in the Twelfth Century on a rocky inlet of Santa Lucia. From the castle one has a striking view of the Bay of Naples and Mt. Vesuvius. Naples houses well over two hundred churches, many from the Thir- teenth and Fourteenth Centuries. During the Neapolitan Baroque Era of the Seventeenth and Eigh- teenth Centuries, many of the churches were tyled 21 modernized. Ti' -'.., ',e A ,Ll , ,r mpc- -. it cz eillifgf, l'- ' l sQi1ri'- sit 7 .. L that line the Napolean streets. at one time housed the University of Naples. Works belonging to the Farrese Family and treasures dis- covered in Pompeii and Hercula- neum were installed in the Nation- al Museum in 1777. A short boat ride from Fleet Landing and you could be on the beautiful island of Ischia Ischia has been nicknamed the Island of Health due to its many thermal springs which are a source of health and beauty treatment. Many sailors are attracted to Ischia s peaceful beaches and rich blue wa- tvr. Many great deals were found at ' ings? 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Cameo is defined as the engrav- ing in relief on precious or semi- precious stones, glass or shells. In- troduced in Greece in the Hellenistic period, about the Fourth Century B.C., cameos later became very popular in Rome, where portraits and mythological or historical scenes were favorite subjects with the engravers. The wonderful thing about owning a genuine cameo is in knowing that it is hand-carved. A curious cus- tomer can most always get a free cameo demonstration from the salesperson. In shell-carved cam- eos a piece of shell is cut and se- cured to the end of a wooden stick about five inches long. The crafts- man, using only a few curved in- struments "carves" or more literally "grooves" the predetermined de- sign onto its surface. The darker colored pigment deep within the sell forms a background for the lighter colored carving. The result is always beautiful and when placed in a quality setting makes a gift or personal possession of last- ing value. The craftsman creates a piece of fme jewelry from a sea shell M.-vif.r',f f . ,, . ., , . ,L 4 . , f , ' ' ' U3 C v-1 v-x fb D r-f C 5 5 qi ' If X L-v .lc V rewmembers from AMERICA relaxed on the Special Services- sponsored drive along the Italian coast and through two of the most picturesque towns in all Italy. Amalfi, with her old-fashioned whitewashed buildings, perches lightly on pale, steep cliffs and gazes calmly at the fishing boats below. Sorrento's artisans produce glossy, delicately inlaid wooden music boxes, trays, and other dec- orations famed throughout the world. Nearly every sailor and ma- rine reflects upon how he could capture the heart of a wife, girl- friend or mother back home with one of these wooden treasures. One day spent under the caressing rays of Sorrento's sun, one fleeting sunset in Sorrento, leaves the visi- tor enchanted, and he understands the message of the famed song "Torna ai Sorrento" - "Come back to Sorrento". 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Jisff 412131121I+::.:f1Q::..'2ff:f?k'l' 'V-54wfivf-M1113-W-211-fiV n the morning of 14 Au- gust, A.D. 79, Mount Ve- suvius erupted violently, sending a cloud of pumice and ash onto the Roman village of Pompeii. Covering it in over twenty feet of ash and rock, the eruption sealed the city, freezing it in a mo- ment of time. After Pompeii had been left untouched for sixteen cen- turies, excavations, which were be- gun in 1748, provided the world with the longest and most revealing ar- cheological exploration of any part of the ancient world. The first settlement of Pompeii dates back to the Fifth Century B.C. Though the area was occupied by many different conquerors and peo- ples it is the Italic culture for which it is famous and into which it gives the greatest insight. After the city was partially destroyed in A.D. 62 by an earthquake, the inhabitants were still in the process of rebuilding when the catastrophe of the eruption occurred. This is evident from the layers of red brick on top of the gray stone of which most of the walls were composed. Since the eruption was so sudden and the blanket of ash so deep, most of the original artwork, architecture and common utensils of daily living were wonder- fully preserved. Touring the many mansions and public buildings which have been excavated so far, one can grasp a feeling of what life must have been like for the inhabitants. As with any culture there were the rich and the poor. A good example of the wealthy is the House of the Faun a block-long ruin complete with pil- Q- A place long forgotten recaptured Above: A place of public meetings. Right: A market street from th e ancient city of Pompeii. Po HM? Q .,,. , .Q .JJ an eg J' Q- , . ft: ls . . . . 5 ' W 4 I - . 11. 'W .1-rl' va..- . V V . .,,'f -L,t'.?r,,:.:5f bfi: M., all 1-W' , .-5' ' I .-.,Av,,,',-- ,Q K 4 'Q K-lfsez-fxf:r:'Al'ZF'f3'.f,J -:E Y' 1 -1 .1153 ,Qianqhgi fu- .41xghiI2,-.., W ",': . .1 . 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Water was transferred from a tank situated at the highest point of the city and delivered to the homes through lead pipes. The public buildings were clus- tered in three groups. The forum area held many of the civic and reli- gious buildings. Here the temples of Apollo,jupiter, Isis, and Venus can still be seen. The other public areas were the amphitheater and the mar- ket place. The commercial life of the city is revealed in the many small shops that line the streets. There are shops for processing and cleaning wool, bakeries equipped with flour mills, kneading machines and ovens, as well as many restaurants, traverns and inns. Perhaps the mgst h. the sights of Pompeii ihaijhgccaifsig many of the 2,000 victims that ha been uncovered during the excavve tions. By pouring plastic into tg- cavities left after the bodies deco e posed, archeologists have recom. structed almost perfect duplicatesnk the bodies, portraying them just o they were when they died, The boss ies of people as well as animals are peii displayed in stark detail in Pom itself and in museums specializin ' Pompeiian artifacts. g m Harms Phe Opportunity to visit such an historical site as Pom ii was a real thrill for many of AMEPIS. ICA's sailors. From observation of the ruts left in the stone paved. streets by ancient Chariots, to the climbing of the altars on which cen- turies-old sacrifices were offered the tour was a learning experience of the greatest proportions. I l ,. 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Although we missed being a part of the world-famous Cannes Film Festival by just one day, the spirit of the festival and all the finer points of the city which make the festival itself such an exciting event were still present. The main attrac- tion was, of course, the beautiful beaches. Or was it the beautiful women? Or both? Whatever the case, many of the crew spent countless hours soaking up the French Riviera sunshine amidst the most attractive natural scenery on Earth. The sand and sea were love- ly, too. Cannes was not just another tourist town. Far from being a melting pot of hotels and souvenir shops, Cannes offered the sights and sounds of a bustling city. Shopping was plentiful for those who sought souvenirs, for area businesses offered everything from T-shirts to fine furniture to furs. In fact everything about the place suggested elegance. Restaurants were plentiful, and the food of- fered was the best anywhere. From sidewalk sandwich stands to the dining room of the Charleton, one could find food and atmosphere to accomodate any pocketbook. In addition, Cannes proved to be an excellent place from which to see the rest of the Riviera. Inexpen- sive and reliable train service put Toulon, Nice, and Monte Carlo within easy reach. In addition, tours were offered to the French Alps, the casinos of Monaco, the perfume factories of Grasse, and many other area attractions. Whether it was an afternoon spent basking on the white sand, an evening of fine food, or a ro- mantic walk at sunset, Cannes proved to be a port that offered something for everyone. A- J 4' lx .3 my , , W gy. ,W -AJ' 15 43' a'P"'QJ gijvzf-,Q Ahhh . . . the French Riviera! And we get paid to be here, too! . ' ' 1' . Y r ' -' ' - -' - 2- -. -.-,-- ,-.-- - - -:- -..-. . :f.-.-.-- -..-,.-was - . V- 7. , K, ' 1 t' . 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With eleven square miles of fun and flowers, its normal population of 25,000 may swell three or fourfold during the tourist The casino in Monte Carlo. peak. Once home of the most exclu- sive gambling casino and play- ground in the world, it now offers many attractions to the ordinary tourist as well. The so-called "pri- vate" rooms are still both expen- sive and exclusive, but in the public rooms anyone can have a mild flutter on the wheels and tables. A half-mile to the southeast lies the palace occupied by the royal family. The regal changing of the guard takes place at midday. Sailors and marines from AMERICA found Monaco and Monte Carlo expensive, but so dazzlingly memorable as to be worth it. Where else can storybook grandeur and modern touristic conveniences blend so wonderful- ly? W MONTE-CARLO I l like l l N l 5 IA I iff gi I 1 f x 1 i. .Z l' x- l v 1- ,. A li I I N, 13, i "fi, . 7' 1 4 1. ' 15' -3141- i"n i fr' , 1 '.- ,Lili . 4 ' . 4-fi' '-K I w i I . V, , Y. J - ,,,. . 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The tour de- parted Cannes' harbor by motor- coach around eight o'clock in the morning. 0nce outside of Cannes, one could truly behold the old- time beauty and simplicity of quaint French villages, rolling green fields, and visually appealing French countryside. Further along, the roads became sharper and more twisted as the elevation got higher. For the history enthusiasts, we passed along the very road that Napoleon Bonaparte and his army trod in 1815 upon his return to France. It looked like a difficult trek for a footsoldier, or even for a cavalryman. As the tour progressed in its upward drive, the mountain scenery became even more impres- sive. Our tour guide, a pleasant French woman, announced we were almost to Verdon Canyon. Verdon is actually the name of the river that snakes its way through the canyon. It was in this area that we stopped in several places to en- joy the views and take pictures. The canyon itself, called the Grand Canyon of the Verdon, even has an American nickname: the European Colorado. While in no way does it compare to America's Grand Can- yon, Verdon Canyon boasts cliffs and gorges 2,000 feet deep and thirteen miles long, making it the most spectacular canyon in France. While the river bed itself is not accessable to motor vehicles, the cliff tops on both sides offer ade- quate driving surfaces. There are footpaths to the bottom for hikers. For the aquatic Sportsman, canoe trips can be made, and even swim- ming - if you want to brave the ice-cold water! Our group was for- tunate enough to visit the canyon in late Spring. The weather was warm, about an even 78 degrees, and the summertime crowds were not yet present. The French Alps, of which Verdon Canyon is an in- teresting part, seem like an excel- lent choice for a vacation, offering everything from skiing to lakefront picnics. 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Saint-Tropez has witnessed a num- ber of invasions from the sea throughout her history, including marauding pirates, Spanish galle- ons, and more recently, Allied Forces in 1944. Sailors and marines who took the Special Services tour found a fabulously beautiful seashore made even more lovely by the unsullied blue sky, gentle breezes and ideal temperatures. But they found moreg Tropez has integrated its modern resort beaches into its old- town character. The town still cel- ebrates, in its winding streets, a number of annual festivals of Me- dieval and Renaissance origing while sunbathers soak up rays on the beach, costumed marchers and bands parade through the old quarter. No wonder Saint-Tropez can seem to offer everything to everybody. T TROPE Z Reminders to write home. 204 Sf' Tropez, Open to the world, I AF l l I I l i l ii PERFUME FACTOR Y xl 41' A large selection from which to choose. A few gift ideas for Mom. ff T r , , L- 2 en miles north of Cannes, nestled in the foothills of the Alpes Maritimes, lies the small city of Grasse, billed as the world capital of the perfume industry. Special Services spon- sored a well-attended excursion to Grasse, with the promise that AMERICA crewmen could pur- chase gifts at prices far better than in the States. The perfume factory is a centu- ries-old edifice which hardly re- sembles a factory by United States standardsg but in terms of produc- tion, it indeed is impressive. More than 87,000 acres of field supply Grasse with more than five million pounds of orange blossoms and four million pounds of rose petals annually! Visitors from AMERICA found more than just bargain-priced scents, they found a France that two few visitors ever see - not the international beaches of Cannes and St. Tropez or the cosmopolitan glitter and hauteur of Paris. They encountered a quieter, more relaxed and genial France of the countryside. 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The friendly people and the helpful assistance with the language were always appreciated. The city hosts some three million visitors annually, and Palma had a lot to offer culturally and historically. Another thing worth seeing in this port was the medieval tour. Busses became stages on a journey backward in time. On arrival at the castle, visitors were greeted by members of the court clad in typi- cal medieval garb. It had to be seen to be truly appreciated - but that's another story. 4-. I omething not to be missed was the "Plaza de Toros" - the arena. That is where one of Spain's proudest traditions takes place - the bullfight. Per- haps a little barbaric to American eyes, the bullfight is a very old and acceptable part of thev Spanish culture. ' In the arena, the bullfighter, or rnatador, attempts to show mastery ,over a bull through a series of for- mal maneuvers using a red cape Cmuletaj. The fight consists' of as 'liw 1 O three basic stages, or tercios. In the first tercio, the bull is released and charges into the ring. After about a minute of .capework with the bull, two picadors are sig- nalled to enter the ring. Picadors ride pad- protected horses and car- ry a "pic" Cspear-like polej. This pole is thrust into the bull's neck muscle, which slows it down and causes it to lower its head. the second tercio, pairs of colorful barbed sticks are 'stuck into the bullistgshoulder blades by l banderillos. This further weakens the bull for the last part of the fight. Finally, in the third tercio, the matador makes a last entrance to finish the bull off. Kfter another series of passes are made, the mat- ador runs toward the bull and thrusts a small sword just between its shoulder blades. If the matador is successful, this will sever the bull's aorta, causing almost instant death. 4 ' M . 3,4 .. . , 4 -pf 'L' 9 . - - , 'E 5 Pl ,, ,4 ,,,,,', ,'4.l,. J b r 0 Ku v' , 'A -ik' r' 4, A , , 1 A 1. f A n an f ' ll ' "W f 5 , a ' P' A I 9 I . 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V - ff :fx-4 aww- :vz.P'1:.15 xcitement charged the air as the performance came to a close. The last strains of the final number had not quite died when Cap- tain Richard C. Allen, Com- manding Officer of the Nor- folk-based aircraft carrier USS AMERICA CCV-665, climbed the stage and asked his men, "Do you want to hear just one more?" The hangar bay re- sounded with applause and shouts as the performers re- turned to the stage. There was a hush as Master of Ceremonies, Michael Young, star of the television series "Kids Are Peo- ple, Too," introduced the en- core and then thunderous ap- plause and cheers as the group began to sing "I'm Proud to be an American." By the end of the song the cheers had become deafening and were accompa- nied by the tears of many of the crew and cast as they reached out hands to touch and hug Who needs the Pointer Sisters?! il each other. The scene was the first annu- al "Miss USA Tour" USO Show aboard AMERICA. The star of the show was newly crowned Miss USA, Christy Fichtner, formerly Miss Texas. She was accompanied by eight other young women who had also-competed for the title of Miss USA. They were: Miss Ohio, Halle M. Berry, Miss Missouri, Barbara Webster, Miss Tennessee, Karen B. Compton, Miss New York, Elizabeth J. Laufer, Miss Kan- sas, Audra S. Ockermang Miss New jersey, Lisa Summerour- Perryg Miss California, Kelly F. Parsons, and Miss South Caro- lina, Maribeth E. Curry. The group had arrived on board as the 80,000-ton carrier completed the final day of a major NATO exercise. The women were afforded a rare opportunity to get a close look at life aboard a fully operational carrier as they toured the ship's spaces. They watched excitedly from the Signal Bridge and greeted the aircrews with cheers as aircrafts were launched and recovered on the flight deck. They were thoroughly briefed by smilling and attentive escort officers and tour guides. The extensive touring which they did throughout the afternoon and evening included visits to Squadron Ready Rooms, Carri- er Air Traffic Control Center CCATCCJ, Engineering Central Control, Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department CAIMDD, and observation of a late-night Underway Replen- ishment KUNREPJ from the Bridge. They were thus given a chance to watch a carrier in ac- tion that few civilians are ever given. In a very short period Of time they formed a deep appre- ciation for the men of AMERI- CA and the jobs that they do. The officers and crew of AMERICA have always had a very special feeling for their ship. It is not just the pride that all Navy men have. It is much more than that. It is a unique pride in serving aboard the only United States warship which bears the name of their country itself. It is an intense pride in a ship which has seen recent ac- tion against Libya in perhaps the strongest U.S. foreign poli- cy statement of the post-Viet Nam era. At no time has that pride been more evident than on the evening of the performance. The emotional scene described earlier was the culmination of an incredible two days for the cast and crew. Those two days had been packed with activity and emotion. The beautiful young women had captured the hearts of the crew, but in the process had lost their own. In that short but intense period the lives of the cast and crew had become somehow intertwined. Hundreds had been touched in ways they will never forget. Several of the women remarked that they had never been more proud, This final, spontaneous outpouring of joy and patrio- tism was something that most had never before experienced. It Miss New jersey poses with an admirer One of the ladies cheers on the crowd- was an intense moment in time, a stirring and moving experi- ence. None of those who were there will ever forget it, or will ever be quite the same again. 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Ca- pri's beautiful beaches, low humid- ity and mild climate have made it a major tourist area for centuries. In fact, the tourist trade is the princi- pal source of its income even today. Capri has been occuped since the Stone Age and at various times was inhabited by Phoenician and Greek colonists. In Roman times, it was well-known as a favorite residence of Augustus, the first Roman emperor, and of his suc- cessor, Tiberius. Today the island is the vacation place for many of the world's most glamorous peo- ple. It also made a great place for sea-weary sailors to get away from it all and enjoy a day or two in the sun. Capri is hilly and rises almost 2,000 feet above sea level at its highest point. Along its rocky coast are many caves hollowed out by the sea, including the celebrated Blue Grotto, in the northwest. The Grotto is almost half-filled with water, and when the sun shines, it is suffused with an eerie, brilliant blue light. 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'ff f X' "" .- -f'.-f1v:lf':raz-if:'AQQPTZBL - - -'fmt' 1 f f ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1. 1 1 1 I 1 ,, 11' 3, .-. 131 4. 1 1 '11' Q11 . 1 113 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 I 1 11, 111 1 1 1 ' 1 11. 1 1 11 '11 1 1 11 71 111 '1 ,, , .1 yi ,13 111 12 1 1 ,111 .N 11 111 1 115 1 1 1p 1, 51 -I 11 I 1 1 A perfect marchl? 2 1 1 l 1 131 1 1 '1 1 . n 1 1 1 n . 1 I 1 f 1 1 1 1 11 '1 1 1 1 1 '1 ,1 1 I 1 I 1 115 1 1 - 234 ' 1 ul 4th 1986 A peaceful night around the bonfire. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 -f f - f -,' 'S . lull.-... .,,, .1 But I did what you told me!! 1 I NAPLE5 Kicking back in the shade. eing away from home on holidays normally stirs memories of home and re- sults in an increase in the level of loneliness. Such was not the case for AMERICA on the Fourth of july during Med Cruise '86. AMERICA was anchored off Na- ples, Italy, for the week of the Fourth, and the U.S. Military In- stallation's Cami Park planned a massive Independence Day Cele- bration. Carni Park is an extinct volcano crater that has been trans- formed by the U.S. Government into a multi- purpose recreation fa- cility. The park is considered by many U.S. personnel stationed in the Naples area to be the only piece of America they have. On the Fourth of july, Special Services aboard AMERICA provided trans- portation in the form of shuttle busses from Fleet Landing to Carni Park all day. When sailors and ma- rines from AMERICA arrived in this "oasis," they found the park operating at full capacity: soccer fields, putt-putt course, tennis courts, and an olympic-size swim- Enjoying the game. ming pool were available for use. For those who preferred to watch, there was a womens' softball tour- nament, a rock band, and womens' beauty contest Crose prizesj. There were often diversions: a dunk-the- chief booth, carnival rides, beer chugging, and a gambling casino. To round out the Fourth of july atmosphere, there was a very large number of American children at the park for the celebration. The events continued full tilt until the evening, when the fire- works display dominated the sky, the impressive fireworks frighten- ing small children and temporarily filling the crater with smoke. The show lasted over an hour-and-a- half and delighted all. The feeling that all had after leaving the Carni Park Fourth of july Celebration was that it was similar to being in the U.S.A. for the Fourth. The one word that de- scribed the day was FUN. Y . V jfxg:-:.f, 1 V .- -,,- .,..-,-,..-L,-.- -,-.,.-., , . , 1 .-. .Yi jg -V151 fL'::.+f4i- " -gzweisii-P "' 1.3-,-'-.1-fu -2' .e.,yag,':, gg.: ,., : 2 , -'.-': e in- -.'5fL,w-iff"-11 1' if 1-Q-. ,'- ,., Li r 3 1 I 'ia H. i ! . I A 3 W 9 i 1 i 4 I v- .M , i 4 u How well done do you want it? 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'Sr f wi-An:--" " Wim ' ' I xx i'i'5f'im RN : M"' I, iv Tir' N A api K A-'LJ To ponder a photographer? ,j-wg' 3 A quiet time of the day. 242 r's mafia" Right: A farmf 5mS"::'-a1pis:HFz'Tn7n '57 ,fn iz-67 '.f- ocated on the East Coast of the triangular island of Sicily the quiet city of Ca tanra lives under the shadows of nearby Mt Etna Catania is a town which, from the beginning has al ways had to fight an intermittent battle for survival, being destroyed and in turn rebuilding herself many times after the rivers of lava have cooled For this reason Catania al though founded in ancient times boasts no buildings more than three centuries old What historic churches, civic buildings, and other monuments there are seem modest compared to the grant splendor of Florence, Pisa, and Rome, but Ca tania s treasures exude a charm which does not require imrnensity Many crewmembers were only interested in heading to the nearby base at Sigonella to call home to the States, but those who know that every town has something to offer found a relaxed pace typified by sidewalk cafes where they could sit for hours and watch passers by Catanias Bellini Gardens offer a formal elegance through which a stroll can be delightful. Most attractive of all were the huge markets, where everything from tailored shirts to sharkmeat were for saleg amid crowded aisles and the constant buzz of haggling merchants and customers, crew- members receptive to the fascina- tions of different cultures could find themselves caught up in the enthusiasm of bargain-hunting, certainly a universal trait. In the centeriof Catania's town square stands a small statue of an elephant surmounted by an obe- lisk. The elephant, the city's sym- bol, was hewn from black lava, and represents the city's historic tie Cfor better or worsell to Mt. Etna, The obelisk reminds Catanians of their city's classical origins. The modest size of the monument tells us once again that Catania, for her modesty and quietness, is nevertheless a charming spot. Ati w Nw-W" U A local merchant displays his wares for sale. 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She seems to lend an element of continuity to an island which has been ruled by Phoene- cians, Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Goths, Saracens, Normans, Ger- mans, French, Spanish, and Ital- lians. She holds herself out as a quiet observer of 5,000 years of 248 Mediterranean maritime activity, as a gracefully curving statue whose inner life is betrayed only by the constant white plume of smoke that adorns her summit, blown sometimes away from the sea by high-altitude winds, other times rising directly toward heaven. But as anyone knows who has ever spent any length of time on Sicily or who has ascended her rocky slopes, the quiet, silent, gently image which Etna would seek to convey is an illusion. Quite the contrary - Etna is a seething, A yawning crater. red-hot cauldron of molten rock, gases, and sulphur which can put on a display of free fireworks that makes man's feeble efforts at dec- orating the sky seem cheap, she can spew rocks high into the air and issue torrents of glowing magma in quantities sufficient to destroy cit- ies twenty and thirty miles distant. For a sailor who has never as- cended a volcano, Etna poses an exciting lure, not too exciting, he thinks - after all, the Sicilians run daily tours up to her cone! 5-ygrrs aff, TO LEAVE THE GUlD ES lsr zu ENTFERNEN V 3' T: fffiffi Y? ,V " :aw rffifffvl I I viE1'ATo gi, DALLA cauiDA ' i 1""I I DEFENSE '-"Mn v -.. .,QQ35:Q1:fYfif?fv?, . ff- 'plyfk W4--,fw.-.".i. wi , , ' f V w 'ff I yi! 's i ,"- .K 3 A fft' i QV? FORBIDDEN Leave who behind? . 'YN A rest stop. 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He explains how legend has it that Catania has been saved miraculously many times, merely by the Archbishop of Catania's holding up a veil which belonged to Saint Agatha the city s patron- ess who was martyred in the early Christian Era. The lava in each case stopped right then and there so the story goes - powerful medi- cine against an enemy which has never been stopped by human power! The bus pulls up to a clearing where a handful of restaurants and gift shops huddle. The guide V- ,L r'f.k',t:fQ!ii-if A formidable valley. Time-out for a cold beer. points out that the gift shops are set so that they can be hauled away in case of an emergency. From here on, the climb is steeper, so we par- cel ourselves into twenty-man jeep-busses and continue our trek. The jeep-bus growls and grinds form the low gear ratio and the constant shifting of gears. The pas- sengers are fascinated by the in- creasingly stark view around them yet the sharp corners with pebbles spraying out from under the tires cause concern. After a half-hour by jeep-bus we pull up to the guide shack which houses a tiny bar and con- cession stand as,well. From here on the journey is by foot. The wind has gotten colder and fresher. Many sailors and marines look at their bermuda shorts and short- sleeved shirts and wonder how they could have come so unpre- pared. Some ponder whether the wind and cold already bad enough will be tolerable at the top. But no one hesitates more than a second. We' set forth past signs which warn in several lan- guages against wandering away from the guide against heart pa- tients attempting to go any further. The path is a series of zigzags whose turns are marked by poles. The signs read 650 meters to the top' the thin air makes it seem fur- ther. As the tailwind picks up even more tiny pebbles bits of volcanic grit whip against my bare skin and arms stinging with the fury of a sandblaster. As we approach the cone the stinging becomes almost are there at the lethal smoking mouth of the volcano. Only a thin cord strung between poles at waist height separates us from the depths of Mt. Etna. It is impossible to peer further than fifteen or twenty feet into the dense white sulphur cloud impossible to glimpse the red hot molten lava seething below whose restless churning we can hear clearly. For a few minutes the sand the cold the wind no longer matters as I turn back and imagine myself a wanderer on the moon. I look again at the cone and behold a dozen shivering mountain- climbers who look like they are more than ready to return to Earth. As we hurry back the sand seems to sting less and the wind blows more gently for we have seen what we came to see. Back at the guide shack-bar the air seems almost warm and the wind gentle by comparison. Time to warm up! I need a cup of capuccino I say. 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The city founded by Androma- che in 358 B.C. at the time of the destruction of Naxos by Dionysius, tyrant of Syracusa has had chang- ing fortunes throughout its thou- sands of years of history. It was named Tauromenium by the Greeks and Tauromenion by the Romans under whom it enjoyed its greatest period of splendor Testimony is borne by the remains of many of the monuments seen today. Taormina later declined un- der the same domination only to rise again under the rule of the Byzantine Empire. The Byzantine dignitaries preferred it as their cap- ital and further enhanced its many monuments. In 902 A.D. the city was captured and destroyed by Ar- abs. By 962 A.D. the city was re- built and named Taormina only to be captured and destroyed again by the Arabs under the leadership of Emir Ahmed, who changed its name from Taormina to Moezia. In 1078 it was taken by the Normans, under whom it flourished to some extent. It has remained a modest community up until what We know today to be a quiet resort township, with exquisite beaches, many pen- sions at very reasonably set priCCS, and corner bars and clubs. Any of the aforementioned distinctions is reason enough to tantalize any traveller or vacationer. AMERI- CA's men certainly were no exception. Left: Evening overtakes the quiet serenity of the late afternoon. Right: A peninsula setS the backstage for the little island. V ,,,, V . .., -, . . xrpgrcuezinaxscriwislawnuzrzrse , Q v I' V"M1133,'f5F,:3'4v:"sQ'ff'THI".3:FfE'T.-35iw 'Wiz " 1 ' I-QV EH'-?f'.Tf7-ff"f",'-b E 1 'AN -. '-,' J' W ' flfilyl. X V W X ,V 1,,:1V.HvQ,4 1 1 1 L, 'Q , ' :Q ' ' ' 'Y-JW" 9 1 t ,. QV Q' Vp. '-, . V. V , V. :V ,Lv- 1. ' .rs 'e ',! -E?'f'4f'f 'it ,ml . V t ,rn .Ll I - W fx S' is , 'A Q 1 , 1 +V3V,1i ' 1 . ' -, 'Wg Q if V H A . rf ' 2: W r.,av,, ' A. 51. ' ' ,, ,V JV, U V 't,g2,,5f'f:'fQ was 11 Q, ff .LQ " V ' Q ja. If 1 'ff-f,snw.-2-TA? ' ff.'.. Y. 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The Spanish proved wonderful hosts, proud to share their rich her- itage of history, artisanry, and gas- tronomy. A little searching re- vealed small, neighborhood restaurants where wonderful din- ners of paella, guisada, and pinchos cost only 450 pesetas, or barely three dollars. Waiters were uniformly friendly, and genuinely pleased at the sail- or's appreciation of their food. In additional to the traditional Span- ish fare, Scandinavian, British, and German delicacies were also avail- able in the restaurants, cafeterias, and pubs which fill the streets of Benidorm. Our crewmembers faced a,delicious dilemma: which foods to sample? So many dishes, and so little time! The night life was tailor-made for international tourists: the discos and nightclubs jumped all night long, while patrons from all Eu- rope partied in harmony. 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The town Park offers a repneve from the f A 6 4 gg, Scam protectron from the sun rs offered by the bathmg suxts and umbrellas Artwork of sand found rn a bottle W-:z arg . 5-1.1-mp? f -' ,f- '-.1 f f--,iefrfrf r The Count and the champions of the games treat AMERICA sailors to a medieval feast. WEEE' MEDIEVAL FEAST Above: The Challenge of two wwf R' ht: Chifgei with ' M dh' h h n. I held high, these gentlemen S'-:gi I H an is cnc ma g Ll. .5-'F . ,1- nxevm 1 comcast 1-I .7PEf2'fv52'A'fKBB 4 V T. -M9144 if , 1' 'A 1 nv ' si? P V59 'P+ '3 71 'I 'R gk K --.. 4 J c in 1 iq, . R ' --.... -L, FKLVLQ-5-Lo,Lf:f,v Mc, - f ' . xv I lil -- . K? ,L -:.'f:.-ja.. ' mv- sd Jigsaw he Medieval Banquet in Benidorm, Spain, is a very delightful experience. As you enter the building, you are greeted by the count and Countess. While you are shaking the count's hand, a flash of light hits you. Later it turns out to be a photo of you shaking the count's hand. If you like the photo, you may choose to buy it for 500 pesetas, or about 33.50. After shaking the count's hand, you walk into a big arena. You see rows of benches and ta- bles on both side, with dirt in the middle. After you have been seat- ed, with sangria in front of you, servers begin bringing potato chips, followed by bread, and then some soup and crackers. And, of course there is no silverware! While you are being served, champions on their steeds enter the arena. Each horseman has a different col- or of leather armor, with a match- ing blanket over his steed. The col- or represents a color of section where everyone was seated: the horseman with the color of your section represents you in the tour- nament. The horseman rides around, letting his section see him and cheer him. When the horse- men leave, ladies come in with platters full of chicken. One bearer takes a torch and sets the platter of chicken on fire. This is done to warm the chicken. The chicken, very tender, well-cooked, tastes scrumptious. After serving the chicken, they open champagne and bring it around. The four horsemen then enter, with the judge on his tall white steed leading. Each horseman gets ready for the main event, the jousting Tournament. The tournament includes a series of events. The first event begins when the horsemen, while riding their steeds, take their lances and thrust them through rings hanging from the ceiling. There are four rings totalg two on each side of the arena. Each horseman takes turns completing his round. When finished, the horseman with the most rings wins the white rose. The next event is striking the bullseye with the spear while riding at a gallop. Each horseman takes turns for a total of four rounds. The horseman or horsemen with the most points again wins a white rose. The next event is similar to the first, except, instead of the rings hanging from the ceiling, they are hung from the edge of a piece of wood in a figure Right: Bards delight the crowd with melo- dies of the past. Far Right: The battle cry of Vial. 264 1 A show of triumph! music- '1'inag,q,LvW 9 seven, stuck into the ground. The object is the same as in the first event. Then comes the final evem the jousting. The horseman, with ai shield and lance, tries to knock his opponent off his steed by hitting the shield with a lance. Upon sue. ceeding, both horseman are given a sword, and begin duelling. The winner of that match faces the final horseman. These jousts are very real. You can hear the banging of the shield being hit by the lance, as well as the lance breaking. A horseman is knocked from his stead. In the sword fight, you can see sparks flying from the swords as they make contact with each other. The only thing not real is their getting stabbed or cut by the sword. 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A , h 0 1- Q- 4-" -'X 9- 4- f' G55-fi It-1 ':-:','i.- ,wk 1' ,-1 1' :sf r-Y '14 . 1 -f. an .. 1 , . N was-m-. 'frxiii:-21-:eJs1f:3'Qfqf,sg.aqL:2.gLf A - 1,-,...--,gg .Uz- - 71:1 'Taz-Q .- l l 'l l .l l l l l l 1 fp, l '-no 12. v-L5 . - ik fl nother visit to Naples! Another chance to excel! On their third visit to Naples this deployment, AMERI- CA's crew found that some things hardly change. Oh, of course, may- be the taxi drivers weren't quite so maniacal, perhaps the harbor was a bit cleaner, or the street vendors a little .less pushy. But most sailors and marines know that Naples, for better or worse, is always good ole' Naples. All the same, the attractive side of Naples hadn't changed either. The Galleria Umberto still shields Q.-C, ,Jaxx . lively shops under the glassy wings of its crossing arcades. The Chris- tian Servicemen's Center continues to extend a warm welcome, a meal, fellowship, and a good phone con- nection to the States. The sidewalk coffee shops will always shield their customers from the baking heat. And finally, Italian gee-dunk, wherever you go, is always wonderful! After a few days spent in sunny Naples, AMERICA "fast-cruised," weighed anchor, and continued on her way. 4 - - -f- ri1f:51s:1s1tefa.-:-ff-.e-h ""'-H -- . . -1-:ef . grief-i--'11-sf, 'wi iii1,Jg.?:':QLf-riiastfc' 231: Pl?-i'ii:.2i Z i -'il 5f7'E'I' 5:2 fl? ' E5a'f5's4f, ,riff 1 rf- ' -' 5111- Y .,,.5'f'- IW 'W -233 gil ,"'E?fJ1-ii-,irw -V v ' im M' - .'-4 'sz'-J-I "TW ' -flffaiigff -3 1. .1 , gvljtggf- C' v -w 9,231 N, H355 V I ,h,-5-W ,f- 5?5L.i3,3f.fgQ,u, f..'j,-.3 5,5,,3,:,-QW 51125-33,5-gf. 11.31 q'jpffZ.pQ3fgT'?2.',fi 511 , . A 4,-, .. , A --L, .- -- 3 qv .- .- MJ, gpg-.-:.5 ,I Jntfihw , .- 'fax ff. .9 -A . K -e,' ..--.....,r..-.:,:.,'f-"-5-1f-.- Q,-, 5,".23QSil.-'PSE' Q., ' X' 2w.Qy1.h.iEi- -:-ek -v:n.:.. k N . ' " Q '. ff 5:-f,Sf.-"g41fL,1 gif" Lg,-'fw'?1"? Y' .. 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One officer eX- f om claimed, as we watched JFK I the flight deck, that he had never seen the stern of a ship look S0 good. Boating was snarled by the AI- lantic's waves, which seemed lm' mense after almost six monthS spent in the Mediterranean "bath- mover tub." Soon, however, the tu A was successfully completed, at ' 7 f' ished the AMERICA, having, 10 last step prior to transit back lwmi' weighed anchor and steamed WCS' in Right: Putting 00 the green . . . HOMEWARD B0 + Watching one of the most awaited cargoes. D1 EP' Si, E' 1, Aff A91 1 -not ,rv-5 A, ,L 1, ,ffg 1 n x E 1 E Y- I 3 f' U 'Q"- "5 ia-- x gowv ' USA making a hit at the balmeld. Putting on a par 5. "f 13'-..:..,-Q:-gif-fmff:-1, 'eh ' - 2 iEf:'::'SW2'FgL'F -QFQQ-L - ,.-g.- - ,-9: '-1 , -N-Iesgs-'f 14. -, , - ' -:-..411--- ,-gc-gf,-1e.agq,,3'1,2:.1,:-fi :.:'Xl21.:'-'.:i:g,,. 'Q' " - - - '- ff2r2f4-4:'-ei1,m4w.--1. 4 w,+'1-:'-- vii-1-".-Q V . 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X I 4 wr' 'NLV 1- , , W' ' fi Taking a break from shopping at the Qgngeggi niIdffr-'571'fS-1!l1.mH.i-S:-'1'--xr: -2- 4. , .fi : ' -"- H 1 - ' '- ' '11 mf f-pw: uf 4-Q-"-va U Changing Held A 55" 'H-. I 'XT 'V on stands, -L..-rx' f:":,f-rf: ff: izffzi--ff-ig: 4 . '1:',':5LfL.:- .- fyggr , qw. 2 f, - - 1- '-"-2: -:fy ,f .,,fs.55'.zn 1 Qv,w?R5f-Wig.-' Ly-.f,. I Q ,A 1'-:ai ' , F .M - V x 1-5:42. :.1f.:1 , Q- :-,',5,'1'..A- 'Y' f"" .4 -' ,:::....-:.-1--ii -ff'.ff-- -:F 1 fp.-1 fit. '-'I-+ff"3?fi' J-1 , i N , L, 1 I 1 ' 5 E 2 X V W f E i,-I ' fffgi gi , , Aj-Q ?2..1ff" lpiizl ri' M If ' ' fi 1" 1 xx- 1 1 1 ,1 X V7 . A Em: ff G 73 ,y if ws 2' g ri- rf 3 4 i lf ?'7 ! , 1 . , 1 9 f-V4 Hi' Q qsj., E153 52-:is bids. P5531 avffj: Erkz 1:51523 51 3 1 505 F 'I HS . ix w e Eaxfjfi 35252 1 a n 1 , v af -yr .F 'N' Nan . . Q ,1 r A . ,A If li 9 my lil 1 75 ' vi., fm' .,,, ,gf ,r rm -- ,gn W , Q I 1, "f .b -' N, 91 , - - f an- : ., W A, .A Vi A LM 'fl ' 9 - . . ,A JJ , I " 1 - v Q Q 1 ,- Wx ,, A 311 Rf IW I sr I hyfwrite letters? , WJ 'Ilo,,kee.p,in- touch. To keep from for,- getting that there is another whole world back home. To keep from going crazy. To take out my frustrations. To collect my- thoughts. My wife would kill me if I didn't! To let my loved ones know that Iinever stop caring. Ask 5,000 men of the carrierfair wing team, and out of the multi- tude of responses, the ones listed above are apt to stand out. One arry's tour aboard AMER- ZCA was very different i 'f'i from any other tour we tai experienced. For the first time his sixteen-year career, we did woe: follow him. After many TDC-iT.'il'1S. of tears, prayers, soul- featching and rationalizing, Weide- Qizl-ed that the children and I should stay behind in Colorado. Qu? children,julia, 11, and Tim, 7, vii . my life to MCI. ' l suppose our biggest frustration was dealing with the local news coverage. lf something spectacular happened,,we saw constant cover- age for two to three days and then nothing. I had family ,members all over the country listening and watching the news. lt's amazing how .distorted the stories canbe- come over the.2,000'-mile trip to ' JCOlOIH,ClO.. , i- I y. . W - t thoughtful sailor put it thus: "I guess it goes back to human nature ' and the earliest times. Ever since man went out to sea for the first time, he felt pain at leaving behind family and friends. Ever since he has had paper and ink, he has writ- ten home to keep in touch." And to keep .from going crazy, and the list goes on and on. being understanding and forgiving. I find myself feeling very jealous of couples I see walking hand in hand, or laughing together or just staring into each others eyes. l have great difficulty fitting into groups composed of mostly cou- ples. ' We have been very fortunate, though. We have family here, a wonderful church affiliation, and many good friends who have been were not so anxious to pick up and l a go. 1. nat ,. good job, and we otvned our own homein a place thaewge, had fallen in lovefwith durf ing, La.rtyt's- four-year .A .The children P i great empathy kind,scaring, and thoughtful. And l think our marriage has been by all this. We have a .special relationship. havea very deep love other. We can't again and. be- every mo- has been had lots or met lots of are the Znsxiiriifasvxea-iz:-1:-H ,. ' ' uI1:.f:PAr,.'f,1A :h::E.-:.- gg- nailz: 11 i 'ma-61 :ALA L ' Wff'ifH9?vsiimi1vm.W.,, , 'S .W-,, . P .. V, Q an NUl"'x X U x -fwmkix T4 XA' I wfgxl, eariTrixie, - , it ' Today Iwitnessed one D of 'the V more interesting., ceremonies- It imagine I'll everl see. Quite by accident Ihappened to observe a burial at sea as I- was walking through the hangar bay. It was being heldion one of the ele- vators, so I just watched for a while. - The whole- 'ceremony' is I quite impressive. The Marine Detach- ment has an honor guard present while the XO conducts the cere- mony with the assistance of one of the chaplains. This morning the re- mains had been cremated, al- though this is an individualprefer- ence. The honor guard fired the ceremonial gun salute, and the ashes were lowered into the sea. I found out later on thatkburial at sea is one of the "benefits" available to active duty or retired personnel of the Navy. I'm not sure it's one of the benetitsl hope to use in the near future, but I can imagine that after a full career the sea is as much your home as any- place else. The family is sent the burial flag and photos of the cere- - mony, as well as a parchment chart indicating the exact area in which thelburial took place. 1 ' W ' g 'It's time to go again -3 just though sI'd ' writefand tell' you about -'this '.c.dQf1"At e start ' arranging, anything Vx' 1 5' 6: ve? '- ' ,X If . 1 ff' Ei ' J N ',1'.iz1f.f ' .1 931 . 1 351 Lfffre., , gm, Q, , , :.ss,f3x,. n.1+fi'Q,Q . .L,,.':,,--,f..- Qw- 1 'E ' 5614! ,W-5YN if .4 -' xwwm' 'Wa :xiii A "M T. W! IHQQQQE L? "7 ??fra,3v 5621-:V J F f-57.-3, W9 21554 -., , , , ,wry 5m ighvf :,-41:-am ear Irene, Ive just finished the mid-watch and Im a lit- tle too wound up to fall asleep right now, so I figured I d drop you a line. The Navy revolves around watch-standing. At times it seems to be the only constant in the Navy. Watches are required inport and underway all day every day, officer and enlisted alike. For some, like the Captain and Chief Engineer it s twenty-four hours a day but for most of us its four tates so that you never stand watch for the same hours on consecutive days. Theres really no sense in complaining about it because the watches are necessary to operate the ship and everybody stands them. In essence, you plan your day around your watches. A day never consists of twenty-four hours - it s measured by the time between your watches. It may be as many as twenty hours or as few as eight. In that time you ve got to attend to your other duties, eat, and sleep which is at the bottom rung on the precedence ladder. The watches themselves can range from intolerably boring to absolutely frantic. Generally they re pretty routine and used to train the watch teams to operate efficiently together in any situa- tion. They re an integral part in the advancement process and provide 'hands-on experience for every- one. Engineers work in the holes , the machinery spaces, where its often insufferably hot and dirty, keeping the screws turning and the lights burning. Ops guys work in CIC the combat information cen- ter. Here it s always dark and cool while they man the assorted radars and computers that have become an essential component in the elec- tronic world of today. Boatswain s Mates drive the ship and stand as lookouts in all weather, keeping the ship out of harm s way. As I mentioned before, the day pace of the watches that really catches up to everybody. Six hours of sleeping a night is considered to be a treat and it s not uncommon to go several days in a row with four hours or less of sleep a day. Live that way for a while and you fully understand the phrase never pass down an opportunity to eat or sleep. There are literally days when you may not see the light of day, especially if you work below decks. Clocks and watches cease to function as instruments to differ- entiate between night and day, but only as reminders of how much time you ve got left on your watch or how much time you ve got be- fore your next watch. Well if I cut this letter off here, I can grab a couple of precious hours of sleep before reveille. Ill write again when I get a Chance. As always, Tony 7 , 7 , , , , l'l0U1'S at 21 flme. The SCl1CdUlC IO- revolves around watches. It's the , 1 "Q C - F- 7539955'-i?E?i'5i:QgT5"-fir."FSF?SLE?-"L fif'-'f5S?'535?fYffffffl x-kgfwfi 5 ..SQ?i3s?g.?1QI5:f1S.-:ggi .,., - . r. ,g' ,sm , I 1 .. 'gl 4. W V. , 1, 'Y 'ffm' ,1 f 51 fi , ' '1-.qf ifi -. ' ' 'ff'-K' fr -A.-4 -- A-, Ht! , , , 2? Mfg f'1f J i i w Z . 1 X 1 i 1 1 , I , 4 w l 1 , 4 fc ,:1'nJu,c:9x9U5' A ear Bridgit, Ahhh, liberty overseas is great - if you can get there. When we're overseas, we don't pull up to the pier like at home. Usually we anchor outside the harbor and use the ship's boats to get back and forth from the ship to the pier. Needless to say, it's not always a pleasant experience. As soon as we drop anchor, the boats are unloaded by crane from one of the elevators to the water. Of course, the Admirals Barge and Captains Gig are the first one in - rank does have its privileges! This evolution usually takes a couple of hours, so you can imagine how long the line can be once liberty call is finally announced. It's not unusual to be lined up through both hangar bays at these times. Q.s.Q2k8U..':g2'-vi!-Q:,,g:1,i,Kv:1 ' -.'- ' V J - X .. -' 4,2-1--.-,.:g3j,:1:-51-'., -., 4 gh X Sometrmes rt seems lrke forever before you actually h1t the beach Lrke everythrng else, there are plenty of petty annoyances rn volved wrth gorng on lrberty T here are the trmes when the boats break erther on the shrp or the beach Wartxng for the snafu to clear 1tself up can really be one of the adver txsed adventures of Navy lrfe rf you re lucky enough to be on the boat somewhere rn between It doesnt happen often, but once rs more than enough especrally rf you ve had a few and the seas are a lrttle more than calm Sometimes xt looks lrke a St Patrxck s Day party wlth everybody s faces so green' As you can xmagrne, delays are rnevrtable, and so you learn to wart The boats are run accordrng to a schedule, and we all know how the best lard plans of mzce and men often go awry, so too the boatrng schedule It seems as rf I spend half my lxberty just mrssmg the last boat whrch translates to more waxtrng The wart to get a boat to go ashore rs rnsufferable You feel lrke youll bust rs you have to spend another mrnute on the shxp The wart to go back to the shrp rs qurte different Everyone exchanges therr lres about the wrld escapades they just went through or trades xnfor matron on the best shoppmg deals ln town Needless to say, people are generally a bxt more relaxed and rn less of a hurry to return to the shxp, so the wart can almost be pleasurable Well, IC s txme to go the next scheduled boat IS rn half an hour, so xt s rrme to lom the hne Ill wrxte agam after we leave thrs port and tell you about my adventure Lrfe s like a Ship s boat It ll take you places If you re wrllrng to wart Brran . - - Q 1 , . 7 : . 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It passes some of the time and allows you to escape the confines of the ship and trans- port your mind back home. As we travel east away from home, the clocks and watches on the ship continuously move for- ward, hour by hour, through each time zone until we finally are sepa- rated by six hours. It's another tan- gible piece of evidence of our sep- aration from home. For most of us, it's common- place conversation. We're eating dinner, so you're probably having lunch. If I were home, right about now I'd be firing up the barbecue. It's midnight here, it's dinnertime at home - I wonder what you're having tonight? Pick anytime of the day or night and we can tell you what we'd be doing at that precise moment. It seems like most of the time we'd be sleeping or eating, since it seems that you do it most when you're tired, which seems to be most of the time any- way. This is going to be a short one because it's 11 PM here and I can squeeze four hours of sleep be- tween now and my next watch. You're probably just getting home from work now yourself, so you can imagine how tired I am - it's been a long day. I'll write again soon. Tired as always . . . john 5 Q y il . s l 5 if ti 5. ! il J :gl fl l il i Y 1 l . l , 'X .52 iq Y 1 im uw 2' OT FRIENDS NEIGH- BoRs AND FUTURE CARETAKERS oF: Very soon the hulk of what once was a a proud man will again be in your midst uncivilized de- moralized and dehydrated ready once more to take his place as a human being in the somewhat de- layed pursuit of happiness. In making your joyous prepara- tions to welcome him back to a respectable society you must make allowances for the crude environ- ment in which he has suffered for the past few months. He may be slightly stir crazy suffering from advanced stages of claustrophobia having been encased in rusted gray steel for extended periods of time and serving with an all-male crew. Remember, show no alarm if he: prefers to pad around the house in shower shoes and a towel, lines everyone up for dinner and refuses to eat until four bells C6200 PM are rung, or holds his silverware, glass and plate to the light to make sure they are clean. Don t be sur- prised if he answers questions with say ag in,' 'standby,' or you re h' - n me. Be tolerant when he: dumps trash off the back porch step, picks up his feet twelve inches and lowers his head six inches when walking through doorways, alternates leaning ten degrees from left to right when walking, asks a stranger what the exchange rate for an American ten-dollar bill 's, hungrily stares, pressing his face against the glass of every bakery or restaurant, occasionally sunbathes on or near an airport runway, puts the house on probation for using too much water while taking a bath or shower, tucks his pants inside his socks, dons a mixing bowl atop his head and mutters something about battle stations whenever sirens are heard states that the smoking lamp is out while refuel- ing his lighter and refuses to sleep in a bed smaller than queen size or has a mattress under twelve inches thick. The following sights should be avoided since they can only lead to stages of advanced shock or cause embarrassment: people dancing USA television and anything com- munistic in nature. In a short peri- od of time the profanity will de- crease enough to permit him to associate with mixed groups of people and he will soon speak En- glish as well as he ever did. Make no flattering remarks about exotic overseas port visits. Avoid men- tioning the benefits of overseas duty, ships or anything pertaining to the sea. Do not feed him cold chicken or sandwiches or suggest a picnic lunch for at least the first two months. And under no cir- cumstances is he to be told that he is to go somewhere pleasant and then be told otherwise, as all of this will trigger an awesome display of violence. Please send no more mail to USS AMERICA CCV-661, FPO New York, NY 09531-2790, after 10 September 1986, for he is leav- ing-the Mediterranean for the land of the free. Hereafter, address all correspondence to his rejuvenation center. Treat him with love and kind- ness. Tolerate an occasional temper tantrum. Stock the refrigerator with fresh fruit and milk. Hide all the women, children, and dogs . . . your sailor is coming home. May God be with you. 5.-.gff 5535.11 'Q if H. - 135, - ,gfgp 't-'i'..1J'- .." J 5 1'-1 22- --', .JT ii-sf, if ,gL,s.1,, 35-A -2 1 . -uf if .G-'xnV'C'vlv 4 I' W 4 xf .1 fT'?' 71? ., VT.. 1.1 L.,-,K H nv, Q.. "4r,, X zz rf- P' .- pw, uf -42? M uf- ! v ff- -'ww A- a .1 r ,'g-.-.'..:--,er f ' 0' 'cr ' "f"'f'1F' 1. 'N' K- r 1, 1741.4-Y :E ' ' ' 4 ' r A ' ' PHC' 'P , I gif ear Tammy, Well, they say a com. plaining sailor is a happy sailor, so I guess I'm doing fine, The topic of this letter is lines, The Navy is full of lines, and I'm not talking about mooring lines either. Lines are an integral part ofthe Navy. They provide organization to some extent, turning what could be complete chaos into organized chaos. You'll never completely un- derstand what "hurry up and wait" means until you've actually experi- enced it. The Navy seems to have a line for every evolution. 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' I ' 14' "2 "X" L" ' ' "' if' ' -' ff? ?,fef512Qgi5i12f?--22C4ilfiw'-f", 7' gi R . -lif-1!-'. .:',lLi"-g-:--- . hp. f--,I - -Q f . . 7, 4, J, , .-.., . ,' -.. ,K . ..f- 4- - W .V , ,, ,, r. ,lv ,,vr.f,.g, ' 1 f f ffzwfw-zff4?.M.,:-334. -"f11f:':H'r--'J ,f4Jv':: 2, J' ear Edrth It s trmes lrke thrs that you really mrss the lrttle convenrences of home lrke a hot shower Most trmes rt seems lrke you re longrng for lrfe s lrttle, srm ple pleasures Rrght now Im tryrng to warm myself after what IS becomrng more commonplace Arct1C showers Sometrmes I swear that the water we use to shower rs no more than melted rce It seems to run rn cycles, though Cold show ers are actually the lesser of two ev1ls because you can brace your self long enough to wash the sweat and grrme off yourself There are trmes when there IS only hot water, and that water rs so hot that you d probably scald yourself rf you were brave enough to stand under rt for too long Of course, erther beats no water Whrle Im on the subject, I mrght as well complarn about the Actually rts qurte srmrlar to the problem wrth the showers There are two types of heat too much and none I thrnk there s a specral thermostat onboard that actrvates when the temperature gets to be rn the comfortable range The heat krcks rn full force only rf the tem perature rs above seventy degrees I one hundred degrees rn the berth mg area The converse IS also true When rt gets cold, the arr condr tronrng frnally works Blankets, thermal underwear and extreme foul weather clothmg cant keep you from berng numbed by the cold Even when you have the chance to sleep you can t because rts erther too hot or too cold I guess IIS lrke most other thrngs rn the Navy feast or famrne Im gomg to run now lrteral ly There s a rumor crrculatrng that a head four decks down at the oth er end of the shrp has a shower wrth hot runnrng water If I go now, I may be able to catch rt before some valve rs turned that wrll shrft the hot water someplace e se Untrl next trme, Woodrow Varying degrees of heat Qnbgafdl SWCHI' that SOIIIC If feels l . 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You'll try to do anything to find a place that you don't have to share with another soul. There aren't too many places on this ship that at least a hundred other guys don't know about. Sometimes depression sets in af- ter mail call. It may be that you didn't get mail, or you did, and the letter just made you miss everyone more than you already do. It's at this time that you just want to be alone for a minute or an hour to sort out your feelings or just think without being bothered. Time for yourself is so rare, its precious. You just look for a place thats relatively quiet, away from the maddening crowd. Of course, with Murphy's Law guided the ship, it's at this time that absolutely every- one must talk to you. Occasionally you do find that quiet little corner where nobody is going to bother you, and you put together the pieces of the puzzle that your mind has become. It seems like that little bit of time alone can be of more benefit to you than eight hours of sleep. Dur- ing this time you can write that long-overdue letter or just lose yourself in the pictures from home you just received. The therapeutic value of that little time alone is incalculable. Well, it seems like my little den of privacy is about to be invaded. Ill write again as soon as I find another one. Keep those cards and letters Coming in! Ill see you soon! Te . i i -1- ' -- . Q-f: - . -.'-.gg-.f5j:9'-f-,lfpjf-5-:gy 3.92.5 1 4.3 L .W ' ,gi-.fr r ' 2- .. .,,4 . . ,.., ...LH-,. , , - - ff QQ '--.jfigi-.r-gy.1'5g,1.-.'.-:J-,Q-ibm :?k'f5-git-r" 1,i , ' 'TEM f W" , -- 2 ' -.".--L-,'-5:5-,'.-"-:'r2,:11.1.':'-'-ww':,Id . ff--if f' 57' ,. :srl Q--V --p9'2:v+Q . 4ff,.6.1f?,. -f"a""'1f.f ., 1 . .V gf 41.1 yggfi,-ssc.-5in-agggaslr V-is f a, -,faq-M rf. av. ,af ag P a-eff.-1'.5g.pvee5g,..-1-:'r 9-gf1v:5,f ' -1: 'li Yi. 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' .Aa manof simple k means works with T a 'SiI1Cerity...Thefclock l ' tickslonwardi f The if is a picture. Men of varied backgrounds fuse their personalities into their work. They reveal their psychic in such naked light. These men are vulnerable. They understand their own frailty. The lens cannot lie. It only sees what the revealing eye has seen. It is a contradiction in terms for a warrior to seek guns to seek such images in truth, love and compassion. We salute the work of these warriors and present their efforts for all to see. The curtain now rises for the nCXI I .1115 A af . , -.s - f' 1 . , fr '.-. nf f ii Rf! 4, vw.. P In X R gx 3' B AP! W i, W. S W -f.,,,,- ,.J ' "rm , lfwu x ,'7m ' 'Xl-.... I ,Q Ill L I 1 I X - 1, Af ga 'P 21 -115 il -Q' 'a ,L Y wg ,wnvww "' 1- 1 W -- l.:' gg, p ' was ncffez .+ ..Jna3'mY.u. 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'61, ' GH. -1157255 1 13, 4, w A A 1 1, ,vx , f ,,,4,j1x- ' 14 . f 1 5' ! x A V'31'55fVf2'I:fE1"?if'."i'ifi3'?l' '-73-"Lf JE--1-A fi2i2'L2f7??,- A " 9? it l l n the pre-dawn hours of 15 April 1986, the sound of Unit- ed States warplanes sliced the darkness covering Colonel Moam- mar Khadafy's Libya. Striking at Khadafy's headquarters, terrorist training facilities, and surface-to- air missile sites, the Navy and Air Force jets represented the United States' resolve to combat terrorism and to enforce the principle of freedom of navigation in the open seas. This highly successful strike, in faddition to achieving concrete military objectives, pierced the ar- mor of invincibility in which Kha- dafy had wrapped himself. The actual event which brought about the strike was the bombing of the La Belle Discotheque in Berlin, Germany, a night spot known to be popular with U.S. ser- vicemen. The United States found strong evidence linking Libya to the bombing, which claimed the life of Sgt. Kenneth Ford of De- troit, Michigan, and injured 240, including sixty-four from the U.S. This incident, coming soon after the bombings at the Rome and Vienna airports, led the President to decide upon a military response. The Navy assured President Rea- gan that a three-carrier battle group was at his disposal. CORAL SEA's departure from the Mediter- ranean was delayed, AMERICA's next port call was cancelled, SAR- ATOGA was ordered on station, and twenty-one combatant ships were ready, including five amphib- ious landing ships carrying ma- rines. President Reagan decided to strike Libya on Tuesday, 15 April, at 0200 Tripoli time, the targets being Tripoli and Benghazi. The strike lasted but a few minutes. Launched from bases in England, U.S. Air Force F-111 aircraft ren- dezvoused with A-6 and A-7 at- tack jets from the three carriers for a joint attack, covered by fighter jets from the carriers. On board AMERICA, Combat Information Center seethed with excitement as scores of men flocked around the Tactical Action Officer's desk, straining to hear every report over the radios, cheering as successful hits were marked on the map of Libya set up on the bulkhead, watching the air traffic controllers tick off each aircraft as it landed safely back. By the time the sun rose, Captain Allen had retired to his cabin for a couple of hours of sleep before facing the new da Long before the raid, Navajjg telligence had pinpoimed the mo. strategic targets in Libya in cased? an actual strike. Targets struck in cluded the Al Azizijah Barracks .- Tripoli, which was the headquajn ters of Libya planning and direc: tion of overseas terrorist action, the star Bilal pon facility, which -fa i training base for Libyan Comman, dos, the military side of Tripoli Airport, which was used to trans. port materiel all over the world, the Aljumahiriya Barracks in Bengha. zig and the Bening Military Airfield. White House officials stressed that extreme caution was exercised to avoid injuring innocent people or destroying non-military targets, Days after the attack, AMERI. CA went about her normal busi. ness, taking on fuel and supplies from DETROIT. But the ship re. mained in a "solid defense pos. ture," in the words of Rear Admi- ral Henry H. Mauz, Commander, Task Group Six Zero. Soon after, SARATOGA left for the United States, leaving AMERICA and CORAL SEA to patrol the Medi- terranean. WL.. " ''3'1'1"-"F'-I-,g51z,,,,. ,. , ,, .- 4.. ,-- P-ft-...i ' '---' if ', ' arf -V-,-,-.K ,, ..M..Ma.i.a....-f-.- W-fm-.r-f.,g.-,V , :M 11----Lf-Riziizwtlwrr -- -, -Ui.-. .. 1 z r, ' 9 r i ,s ,1 I -4 , ,E -i i , .V -j l -l '?, 5, X, I. , . ,si EJ j , 4 iw-w E i c i l, ,, l jf ji jr 1: l l i 6 i E l F ! l ,I i i . i l 1 l l j'Jf-mf ,M up X!i "'f5 W -Q-Ml ,W H, A , 1 s-ifP"' ,1:., t.V ' LE A, ' 19 '-W ,f 4 , .,. - I' Q if gs! . 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Aj :fftffsfff ",-,-.sb-': 2- -4- 46 U . , , , L , -1 gifggf.-f 2731,-5,2-J 2' 1223.52 9 's-Qdodlf "xi" r ff UQ?-' dramati personae o dra'ma'tis per'sofnae X,dram-at-9-spar 'SO-Cjnclr, dram-, -,niXn pl QNLD H7305 1 I the characters oractors in a drama 2 sing IH constr : alist ofthecharaacters actors in a .A , ,,ffl5'I""fA Here ,wel present. them, the characters inthiis, A grand drama! The , following pages are a ' tribute to the imenwho' served onboard i V . AMERICA' during the dauntless carrier's six- month sojourn in the Mediterranean. All of them are represented f- the seamen, corpsmen, and firemen, the airmen and the marines, the petty officers, the chiefs and senior and master i chiefs. You will also find the officers, including the executive officer and the Old Man himself. A , You will see men performing the myriad of individual tasks . which keep this steel behemoth afloat and ' steaming, clean and' f -sable ,to gcormmunicatetgji , -and alto operategi annoonday sky, and then return to be caught r , snugly by the arresting gear. , A Here is the Carrier team. Ship's company' operates at giant y ' floating airport. Airwing protects that airport and projects her power outward for, hundreds of miles. Marine detachment assures the floating airport of the highest internal security ' e possible. Embarked ' squadron staff . coordinates with the rest of the navy. An unbeatable team! A common cause unites these men of all different ages, ethnic groups, faiths, ranks, and rates, so that when the order is given to Lcarryiuoutu E1a1'1flliSSlOUi - snows 'there will be 'These i fl d AV' 5 Rear Admiral Henry H. Mauz, jr. 5 1 5 5 i 1 1 5 5 5 5 w 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 1 native of Denver, Colora- do, Rear Admiral Henry H. Mauz, jr. was born May 4, 1936. He attended the Uni- versity of Colorado for one year, received an appointment to the U.S. Naval Academy, and graduat- ed in 1959. Rear Admiral Mauz served as First Lieutenant onboard USS JOHN A. BOLE CDD 7553 from 1959 to 1961. He was then assigned to the staff of Destroyer Division 172 Clater 525 as Staff Operations Officer. He attended the Naval Postgraduate School in 1963 as a student in electrical engineering before serving as Operations Offi- cer aboard USS BLUE CDD 744D in 1965 and 1967. Rear Admiral Mauz served as Commanding Officer as USS PRIME CMSO 4661 from 1967 to 1969 and then attended the Air Command and Staff College at Maxwell Air Force Base Alabama. From September 1970 to March 1972 Rear Admiral Mauz served as Executive Officer of USS SAMP- SON CDDG-10j. He was Com- manding Officer of USS SEMMES CDDG-185 from june 1972 to De- cember 1973 and deployed with NATO s Standing Naval Air Force Atlantic. In 1974 Rear Admiral Mauz joined the staff of the United States Mission to NATO in Brus- sels Belgium. He was the U.S. member of the Naval Command College at the Naval War College at Newport Rhode Island from 1976 to 1977. He was then assigned to the Strategy and Concepts Branch COP-603D in the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations until january 1980. Rear Admiral Mauz took com- mand of USS ENGLAND CCG 22D in August 1980. He command- ed that ship for twenty-seven months through overhaul and work-up cycles and subsequent deployment to the Western Pacific and Indian Ocean. He reported to Commander, Carrier Group 1 in December 1982 and served as Chief of Staff during the work-up of the USS CORAL SEA battle group and during the first part of the following deployment. In june 1983, Rear Admiral Mauz reported to the Supreme Headquarters Al- lied Powers Europe. In 1985 Rear Admiral Mauz was assigned as Commander Cruiser-Destroyer Group 12. Rear Admiral Mauz wears the Defense Superior Service Medal Legion of Merit Bronze Star with Combat V the Meritorious Ser- vice Medal the Navy Achievement Medal with two gold stars and var- ious theater and campaign medals. He holds a postgraduate degree in electrical engineering an M.B.A. from Auburn University and has a subspecialty in politico-military affairs. Rear Admiral Mauz is married to the former Peggy ONeill f Fresno California. They have four children. fr-wt 1,4 -' e4'2f"fK'f"V-35Q'l'1'f5 " tg' M ' 7 7 9 3 9 7 ! 3 ! , 1 9 7 9 , , , O 7 7 - - Sf - 14- ' 57" 1 V.-.3 Q. -.'51'-at-P 4,',,-f,-. is -. 3 J I+- ,537 5fI'.,,.-.A:g,:,,,'- . ,,,g3JM6,5' :zz-523: :4.vL3-1,5 ,.5,-suf f yfe, ,4'F c5'-Qiig, a .1f5f:r.e.-arf:-L . -f..:. -- - ' '- fy- .1 -. -- . 1--a'-,--A.,'-- 5 -f f' , . - 12-6 x2..f.-Agn, tm.. .. A- .- .- , - ,.,-,- ,- .-.f,.,.,:- ,I .L-. -gsth 'L --fx.-13--2-Z w '73 v-'S :" ' - :Q-", ':f,f1:f'af.4u ,-27116 JTQEL, -3. .f' ' . ' ,Q"-f13i 37'f '- ' . . aptain Thomas S. Treanor was born in Nashville Tennessee. He attended Tennessee Polytechnic Institute where he received his Bachelor of Science degree. He at- tended Aviation Officer Candidate School at Naval Air Station Pen- sacola and received his commis- sion as an Ensign in March 1961. From September 1961 through November 1963 he was assigned to VAH-3 and VAH-11 squadrons until he reported to VT-1 at Naval Air Station Pensacola and attend- ed Primary Flight and Basic Flight school. In june 1964 he was desig- nated a Naval Aviator at NAS Kingsville and reported in August 1965 to VF-74 as SafetyfAviation 1968 to March 1971 he was at- tached to VX-4 as Project Officer and he was officer-in-charge of Guided Missile Unit Forty One. In une 1971 he received orders to VF-84 where he was the Mainte- nance and Operations officer. He attended the Armed Forces Staff College in January 1974 and re- ported to VF-101 as the Opera- tions Officer in july 1974. In June 1975 he reported to CONFIT- WING ONE as Operations Offi- cer, and then in December 1976 he reported to VF-84 where he served as Executive Officer and subse- quently Commanding Officer. He has completed a tour in the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations as the F-14fPhoenix Project Officer and at Commander Naval Air Force U.S. Atlantic Fleet as the Assistant Chief of Staff for Readi- ness. In April 1984 he received or- ders as Commanding Officer USS GUADALCANAL CLPH-75 and in December 1985 reported aboard the Staff of Commander Cruiser- Destroyer Group 12 as the Chief of Sta f. Captain Treanor s personal awards include the Legion of Mer- it Meritorious Service Medal with tion Medal Meritorious Unit Commendation Navy E Battle Efficiency Award Navy Expedi- tionary Medal the National De- fense Service Medal and the Viet- nam Service Medal. He has over 1 000 carrier landings in a variety of naval airplanes. 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From july, 1969, to june, 1971, he studied at Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, where he received a BS in Engi- neering Science. Redesignated as a Naval Flight Officer in August, 1971 due to loss of visual acuity he served with COMMATWING ONE until May 1972 prior to re- porting as Operations Officer with VA-65 onboard INDEPEN- DENCE. While in VA-65 he re- ceived the 1972 East Coast Intruder of the Year Award and was select- ed for aviation command. Follow- ing Armed Forces Staff College from anuary to june 1974 he re- ported in une to VA-85 onboard FORRESTAL as Executive Offi- cer and assumed command in No- vember 1975. While he was Com- manding Officer until March 1977 the squadron earned the COMNA- VAIRLANT Battle E for 1976 and he became the first naval offi- cer to exceed 3 000 5 A-6 flight hours While serving as an Air-to- Surface Weapons Program Coor- dinator in OPNAV until Decem- ber 1978 he was selected as the first Naval Flight Officer for carrier air wing command. He commanded CARRIER AIR WING SIX on- board INDEPENDENCE from May, 1979, to june, 1980, and then reported to COMMANDER, SIXTH FLEET in Gaeta, Italy as Assistant Chief of Staff for Opera- tions and Plans until March, 1982. Following commanding officer training, he assumed command of DETROIT from March, 1983, to july, 1984, prior to reporting as Di- rector, joint Operations, on the staff of COMMANDER-IN- CHIEF, ATLANTIC until May, 1985. He assumed command of AMERICA in july, 1985. During his tour as CO, AMERICA com- pleted the first carrier operations in the restricted waters of Vestfjord, Norway, in 1985, and completed a Mediterranean deployment marked by participation in strike operations against Libya in 1986. AMERICA and CARRIER AIR WING ONE were awarded the Navy Unit and the Meritorious Unit Commenda- tions and the Navy Expeditionary Medal. In addition he received the Navy League s 1986 ohn Paul ones Award for inspirational lead- ership. Personal awards include the Le- gion of Merit two Distinguished Flying Crosses the Defense Meri- torious Service Medal two indi- vidual and seven flight Air Medals the oint Service Commendation Medal Navy Commendation Medal with Combat V the Navy Achievment Medal with Combat V and several unit service and campaign awards. Captain Allen and his wife the former Margaret Fricks Hall of Marietta Georgia reside in Vir- ginia Beach Virginia. They have one daughter Laura Lee. ,l' 3 7-,Q I? I NACE ? 7 7 7 7 7 7 ' J -I 9 1 , J - , 7 7 7 9 - J 7 7 7 7 ll 77 7 7 7 7 7 . 7 7 7 7 7 , 7 ,. up .k -'jwsgjr ,A f,3?iraf-f-y'jgJ'1' fs"'f""' 'QFJQQ-..::' 1- egg ' "'-93:21 --.2 1 1 4 'I iff 5"14f4?:l'35l3.TTff.L.-. r'f'E21 .'fV"3.-fs,-?lf-,va . r 52551-372 -5:g1,2 q:-7-21911-2134rrzggaff :wef- .. 'j'2:5 , 1 .' gzip -1i'if',if-f::?gQ3i'.,'?' R41 .,.. , - f . Y '. - - --'- .--1'-.".::9-' fr-.4 - ' f 2 . , , A , , ,, -,,,,.. . , ,r 1- 1 '. 33.1,-. 1.,-ff4.:4':3g---1 , -' 4 .g aprain john M. Luecke is a native of Freeport, Illi- nois, where he attended Aquin Central Catholic High School. He received a Bachelor 'of Science Degree and his commis- sion from the U.S. Naval Academy in june 1965. Captain Luecke served three months temporary duty as an instructor in the Weap- ons Department at USNA, and following flight training was desig- nated a Naval Aviator in April 1967. He reported to VAH-123 af NAS Whidbey Island in june 1967 for transition to the A-6A Intruder and joined VA-128 at its commis- sioning. He reported to VA-196 ifl january 1968. While there, he made two deployments to the Western Pacific, aboard USS CONSTEL- LATION and USS RANGER, and flew over 180 combat missions. From june 1970 to july 1973, Captain Luecke was assigned to the Naval Air Test Center at NAS Pa- tuxent River, Maryland. Following graduation from U.S. Naval Test Pilot School, he served in Flight Test as project pilot for EA6B BIS trials and subsequently as Flying Qualities and Spin Instructors on USNTPS staff. Captain Luecke next attended Armed Forces Staff College and then reported to VA-42 for transi- tion to the A-6E Intruder. He joined VA-75 in june 1974, and made two Mediterranean deploy- ments onboard USS SARATOGA serving as Operations, Mainte- nance and Administrative Officer. In November 1976, Captain Luecke reported from overseas ex- change duty as a flight instructor on the staff of the Empire Test Pilot School at RAF Boscombe Down, Salisbury, Wiltshire, En- gland. In his second year there, he became the first exchange instruc- tor to be assigned as Principle Fixed Wing Tutor. Captain Luecke reported to VA- 35 as Executive Officer in july 1979. As Executive Officer, Captain Luecke deployed to the Mediterra- nean, North Atlantic and Indian Ocean onboard USS NIMITZ. He assumed command of VA-35 in February 1981 and subsequently made the first deployment of A-6E TRAM to the Sixth Fleet. During Captain Luecke's C.O. tour, VA-35 was awarded the Battle "E", a Meritorious Unit Commendation, and was selected as runner up for -'H' 196 Q., the McCluskey Award. Captain Luecke received the Carrier Air Wing EIGHT Top Tailhook Award for three consecutive de- ployments and is the first Naval Aviator to have made over 1000 A- 6 arrested landings. In September 1982, Captain Luecke reported aboard USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER as Assistant Air Officer and subse- quently as Air Officer. He com- September marlclecl VA -42 ffgm 1933 to january 1985, during which time the squadron was awarded the 1984 Safefl' Captain Luecke Captain john M. Luecke reported aboard AMERICA as Ex- ecutive Officer in April 1985. Captain Luecke has been award- ed three Meritorious Service Med- als, fifteen Air Medals, three Navy Commendation Medals with Com- bat and numerous other unit and campaign awards. Captain Luecke is married to the former Margaret Anne Bassett. He and his wife and their four chil- dren, Crystal, Coreen, john, and jim reside in Virginia Beach, Vir- ginia. ..,.1 ,U . . .6 xr. . , , yt:Sfiif-'31i:5'-:If4s'2z21.1?'1i'iL--6:13255,giM'f'-'zggz-zaf:54-'fyqlaz-53312:-. -"-s'5-'1+r':mv-g,fs':-- ' .f, - - 4 - V . .,. --,. - 1. . , 7. .42 -i -1 1' oseph Scott Mobley was born in Indianapolis, Indi- ana, on 16 October, 1941. He graduated and received his com- mission as an Ensign from the United States Naval Academy, An- napolis, Maryland, in june, 1966. After graduation, Commander Mobley was ordered to Naval Flight Officer training at Naval Air Station Pensacola, Florida, and re-' ceived his wings in March, 1967. Upon completion of training, Commander Mobley was ordered to VA-55, where he served as Ma- terial Control Officer deployed aboard ENTERPRISE. In june of 1968, while flying a combat mis- sion in North Vietnam, Com- mander Mobley's A-6 was severely damaged, and he was forced to eject in enemy territory. He was subsequently captured and in- terned as a prisoner of war in Ha- noi, North Vietnam, from june, 1968, to March, 1973. After his return to military juris- diction on 14 March 1973, Com- mander Mobley received orders to the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California, where he re- ceived a Master's Degree in Com- puter Systems Management. His next assignment was to VA-128 at Naval Air Station, Whidbey Island, Washington, as a student and then an instructor of the A-6E. In Feb- ruary, 1976, Commander Mobley was ordered to VA-52 where he served as Administrative Officer, Operations Officer, and Mainte- nance Officer. His next assignment was to Commander, Medium At- tack Tactical Electronic Warfare Wing, U.S. Pacific Fleet, NAS Whidbey Island, Washington, where he was the Assistant Wing Readiness Officer. Commander Mobley received orders to VA-75 as Executive Officer and reported injanuary, 1980. He assumed com- mand of the squadron in January, 1981. From May, 1982, to june, 1984, Commander Mobley served as Navigator aboard AMERICA. In july, 1984, he was assigned to the Program Planning Office at Atlan- tic Fleet Headquarters in Norfolk, Virginia. Commander Mobley was selected for Captain in February 1986, and detached from Com- ' I is O' , 7 i 'g R-',' 1 'K V ! if Q , ' 1 X , f n' , , , f . 1 , J 1 I I mander in Chief, U.S. Atlantic Fleet in March, 1986, prior to re- porting to AMERICA as Executive Officer. Commander Mobley has been decorated with the Legion of Merit with Combat "V", the Distin- guished Flying Cross, the Bronze Star with Combat "V", two Purple Hearts, the Meritorious Service and Defense Meritorious Service Med- 11 ' rf ' fva:.g.13 V . -bv , , .-A. "q5rg:i1"fi, L1 , -as A-','j-51153-,--4 , if fer..-1-: 1- :ic 1 - '27 5 3 1' fr- L' .A f ' Ki'-2J:4i'c':: '-':-ft' -:i-T.: ' . - 1? ' aafis-E-:f1'1f'-'4-LE-I . - ,.-c'ww,:-Q.+--f..r--..- - ' 41.445511-',f:7-.JL . - - ""'-I-'Q A-:,Qv.,d2zp:L ,--"ig Y' -4' f A-f"I-X??45l'-'v3" Y Y r E- - . 1 .1 if-c1F"2.:L1fLi -3 Q f 2 we f '5A15gcc3gfgfz - . - 'efz ' -F ri-Tf"fTr':, . jegffzv , ,gw':.'. ,-215.12 jf. I kg K Commander joseph S. Mobley als, eleven Air Medals, three Navy Commendation Medals, the Com- bat Action Ribbon, and various campaign and service medals. Commander Mobley is married to the former Mary Turk of Man- hattan Beach, California. The Mobleys reside in Virginia Beach, Virginia, with their son joseph. 4 l ' AIMD he Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department, which answers to the acro- nym "AIMD", is AMERICA'S in- termediate level aircraft mainte- nance and repair facility. AIMD is comprised of five functional divi- sion which employ from 450 to 460 maintenance and staff personnel when deployed C220 to 250 when the airwing debarksj and nine offi- cers. The department is tasked with supporting the embarked airwing, currently Carrier Airwing ONE, by performing aircraft component troubleshooting, repair, calibration, and testing. There is but one goal: EXCELLENCE IN MAINTE- NANCE! AIMD has been highly successful in meeting the tasking and attaining the goal primarily due to the teamwork, professional- ism, and pride instilled at every level of leadership. What is aircraft component re- pair? Briefly, aircraft maintenance is divided into three levels: Organi- zational, Intermediate, and Depot. Depot maintenance is essentially aircraft "overhaul" performed at rework facilities known as NARFS. Organizational maintenance is ac- tual on-aircraft maintenance per- formed by squadrons of the air- wing including aircraft inspections, servicing and system troubleshoot- ing, and repair. During organiza- 378 tional maintenance, inoperative components are discovered, which are traded with the Supply Depart- ment for functional ones from Supply's pool of spare assets. Sup- ply turns these inoperative compo- nents into AIMD for repair, cali- bration, and testing, once repaired, they are put back into Supply's pool. The cycle of high-usage components is from aircraft to Supply fbrokenj to AIMD to Sup- ply Crepairedj to aircraft. Thus this group of components is called the rotatable pool. What really makes this AIMD the best in the fleet? It is not the ability to process 5000 aircraft components a month, or to sustain a test bench availability of 99.5 percent or a support equipment availability of 99 percent, each an outstanding accomplishment in it- self. It is the ability to get the best possible job done, day in and day out, while pulling together and of- fering support to one another dur- ing the painful extended separation from loved ones. In the words of CDR Blocker, the AIMD Officer, "The credit for making AIMD the best goes to each and every man, along with their families and loved ones at home. Without their sup- port at home the task would have been much more difficult, if not impossible". CDR Gerald Blocker fter graduating from Bastrop High School, Bastrop, Louisiana, in May 1957, Commander Blocker enlisted in the Navy the following month. After recruit training, he attended AMS "A" school in Memphis, Tennessee. Upon gradu- ation from "A" school, his first assignment was to BTG-7 in Memphis. During that first tour, he advanced to E-5 and reenlisted for AM "B" school which at the time included the AMSXAMHXAME ratings. On completion of "B" school his first sea duty was the VAHXRVAH-9 C1961-19651. He made two cruises on SARATOGA with A-3s and one cruise with RA- 5Cs. During the tour with Heavy Nine, he was advanced to AMS-1 and changed his rate to AZ1, be- coming one of the first AZs in the Navy. His next tour was with VS- 50 in Key West C1965-19681. While in VS-30, he was advanced to Chief Petty Officer and promot- ed to Warrant Officer QW-U. Af- ter Warrant Officer Indoctrination School in Pensacola, his first tour as an Officer was with VA-81 C1968-1971i cruising on USS JOHN K KENNEDY with A-4Cs and USS FORRESTAL with A- 7ES' In VA'31, he WHS promoted to W-2 and selected as an IDU ITN, Commander Blovkr-f gpm, ..,,,m. Q0 shore duty with VT-9, NAS ridian 11971-1975, as the Maintenance Officer ffilling LCDR billet as a LTjgJ, and there was promoted to His next sea tour was with V as Maintenance Control H975 -1978i, again cruising on with A-7BslA-7Es. During next shore tour at AIMD JAX, he was assigned aS Plants Division Officer, moved to Production Officer after being promoted t0 took over as Assistant nance Officer. Also durmg tour, he attended a course f through Southern Il1in0iS ty and earned a BS degree lfl p cation. His next tour was as the CAG Maintenance Officer, CVW 3, again cruising on jFK- He was then assigned to OP-514 in OP NAV C1982-1934i as fhf '7PN'7 Resource Sponsor. During hls tour in OPNAV, he was promoted T0 Commander and screened as an AIMD Officer. After a short Wu' 1. with the Light Attack Wing at Cecil Field, he was assigned to AMERICA. U .ed . Commander Blocker is maffgk , . . f F0 - to the former Vivien Rose 0 n - stown, En land. TheY have bee g have U0 r.. married for six years. CY A children. , n g .I 6, w Jr' IM-1 n today's Navy, the old adage "the job isn't done till the pa- perwork is finished", couldn't be more true. Funding from Con- gress largely depends on accurate tracking of failed parts and the do- cumentating effort expended in their repair. To ensure that this complicated system of accounting is efficiently, safely, and methodi- cally performed, AIMD employs a staff division, IM-1, which is orga- nized into four branches: Produc- tion Control, Administration, Quality AssurancefAnalysis, and Material Control. Analogized to a football team, organizational relationships within AIMD are as follows: the AIMD Officer is the head coach who makes player assignments and de- cides the game plan or strategy, the Assistant Coach is the Assistant Maintenance Officer fondly known as FAMO CFriendly AMODQ quarterbacking the team is Production Control CPC, which coordinates strategy execution, the shops are the players, PC screens and set repair priorities and match- es the squadron's most urgent needs with the shop's ability cas many as 200 components are re. paired dailyjg refereeing and re. cord-keeping are done by Quality Assu.rancefAnalysis CQAQ, who monitors repairs and paper work documentation, and analyze the re- pair data for good and bad trends, Furthermore, QA maintains an 8000 publication library for the work centers, team equipment is handled by Material Control which orders the parts and supplies need. ed to perform component repairs, Next, the front ofhce, Administra- tion, provides the department with correspondence and report typing, berthing, travel, and training sup. port. Admin is also the center for Career Counseling and the work space for the departments master chief, who coordinates manning of temporary additional duty CTADJ requirements such as to the ship's laundry and mess cooking, he is the enlisted voice to the MO and AMO. Finally, our fans are the people whose country's name we proudly share - AMERICA! LCDR Donald R. Moorehead,-Ir. LCDR Thomas R. Brown LT Ronnie H Birge 2 LT E R, Hum 380 AFcM Jimmie L. Henewey Avczvi Stephen R. Theobald P Avj P l A B Olph f 11 oinv W. Abbott AZC Keith - UU 'Z' 2' 'V , 3-ffl . P, 'f 4 n i ' "XS, , 2 PRC Charles M. Moore AMSC Vincent L. Vaneekelen AK1 Earl Bowers AOI jerry D. Crire X ASI Christopher S. Dimacale AQI joseph Ehrmann PRI lsiah Ford ADI Richard L. Howe AMS1 Timothy Martin AQI jeffrey L, Miller ATI Carl Nicely A51 William E. Nix ,T2,'1if"1 -"" ,E'X1?f-'fTif5Ef,:"7:lf'E? ' . ??'f', ' 'J:.':'-paw' ' .f ': 1 f-nap "ni P-97 12- 'V-,-'A -.1'ETF?'4 344.2 .vfiff-: f-- : Wiatr' ' . 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Harwood, jr. he General Maintenance Division, manned by one officer and ninety-five en- listed men, including three CPOS, is responsible forthe support of all aviation items that do not fall un- der the categories of avionics or ground support equipment. The diversified branches of the division include: CU Power Plants, which supports all embarked aircraft en- gines, aerial refueling stores, Navy Oil Analysis Laboratory, and jet Engine Test Facility, Q25 Airframes, which supports all aircraft struc- tual, hydraulicfpneumatic, and tire requirements, and C33 Aviation Survival Equipment, which pro- cesses parachutes, life preser- versfrafts, and oxygen breathing equipment. The different ratings that assigned personnel hold in- clude: Aviation Machinist's Mate, Aviation Structural Mechanic Cin- cluding hydraulicj, and Aircrew Survival H Equipmentman. Individually, the Power Plants Branch repairs aircraft jet engines, however, they do act as a ready AMHC Roger Garner engine storage area capable of pro- viding a ready-for-installation en- gine to a squadron in less than one hour, a remarkably rapid response time. Airframes Branch has proven capable of providing several de- pot-level repair actions, such as re- pair of damaged ailerons, flaps, and aircraft canopies. The Hydraulic Ship has a proven capability to re- pair even the largest and most complex electro-mechanical flight control actuators and fabricate dif- ficult hydraulic fluid routing lines. Another Airframes work center, the Non-destructive Inspection Lab, utilizes advanced techniques involving x-ray, eddy current, magnetic particle, ultrasonic, and fluorescent dye to identify material defects in aircraft components, support equipment, and catapult components. The Aviator's Surviv- al Equipment Branch, more com- monly known as the "Paraloft", provides repair and inspection of equipment critical to aircrew sur- vival in the event of catastrophic aircraft failure. AD1 Michael T. Demerris 384 AD1 Michael Kirkwood ADC Henry W. Hanley ADC Robert Moore AMSC Dennis M. Tschida AMH1 Carlos B. Benavides if l AMS1 Edwin Berger f AMS1 Larry E. Cre WS AMS1 Philip j. imtimt AD1 Michael MCA llister PR1 Parrrck T Rafferty AMS1j1mmy Shelby AMS2 Frank E Anderson AD2 Mrchaelj Coolack AE2 Charles L Haney AD2 ames E Hams AD2 Elhs E Hartridge AD2 Andrew M Kenney AMH2 Prank W Mak, AD2 eremxah P Obemry AD2 Wnllnam R Tincler AD3 Salvatore L Bonem X BS-e-Q33-"1'-Ji' .1 4 -121- " f 153:41 'Y 0 f 22:1 -P "1 '7 -Sf 35,19-.,rJI' 5-sf' by 'ff 25221 , ,J Ldfyfw Q ,Eg .r 45 g Y r Hi N 7 AD3 Eric G. Brooks AD3 Bryan L, Davisson AD5 Randal Frederick AMS3 Fred Hicks Y X 1 r, r 2 r . n u I , AD3 Thomas G. Kilcullen PR3 Tod M. Mangon ADB Raymond A. 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Baker ATC Kenneth Gray vionicsfArmament CIM- 3j Division is the largest division on board, aver- aging 230 Sailors and Marines while deployed. These men are re- sponsible for the maintenance and repair of all the various armament and electronic systems utilized by more than ninety Navy combat and support aircraft. IM-3 division consists of many workcenters: Avionics Corrosion Controlg CommunicationfNavigationg Antisubmarine Warfareg Electrical Instrument Repairg RadarfFire Controlg S-3fE-2 Radarg Electronic Countermeasures fCrypto Repairg Forward-Looking Infrared Re- , ceiver CFLIRJQ EA-6B ECMQ SACEfIntertial Navigationg Versatile Avionics Ship Test CVASTDQ PhotofRecon CTARPSjg Moduleflvlicro-Miniature Re- pairg - 388 LTJG Howard A. Ruble l i AQC George' W. Curley AEC Bill W. Daugereau AQC Roger S. Hale AXC Douglas Herzog AQC Ronnie E' Rosson Module Testg and GunfArmament Support Equipment Repair. Utilizing "State of the Art" troubleshooting techniques and test equipment, these worl-:centers provide quality maintenance and material support to the embarked airwing, which assured maximum combat readiness throughout the deployment. Careful planning, training, sup- ply liason, and personal profes- sionalism by all hands produced unparalleled test bench availability for the entire deployment. In addi- tion, by mid-deployment, IM-3 re- duced the number of civilian tech- nical representatives to zero. This was a first for an afloat AIMD and was accomplished through intense training and hard work by all. Our test bench availability was phe- nomenal, a credit to the superior performance of every technician assigned. 1 l P l l 4 i l I I l l AT1 Raymond A. Bland AE1 Ross Canissaricl AT1 Daniel C. Cerveny AT1 Eugene j. Emanuel AT1 Stephen T. Henslee AO1 Rlley P jones AX1 Scott j. Livesey AE1james A. Mossman AT1 Carl Mullen AO1 Nestor L Rosario AQ1 Daniel Scholtes AT1 Richard A. 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Butler ATAN RK-hard L' W 11 1 M , 1 1 A a 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 51 1 1 11 1 , 11 1 1' V 111 11 113 1 '11 1 1 1 ,1 T 1 111 1 '11 1 1: 1 1 11 1 2 ,i 1 1 11 1 1 1:1 1 2 "1 1 I1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 11 11 111 1 1 11 111 U 1 1 3 11 ,Q 1 ,1 1 H, 1'Ml X511 12 1 1,1 1 '1 11 I 1 1 . 11 1 11 111 1 Ulf 1 1 H 1 i 1 11 1 1 I 1,1 1 '11 111 13 11 111 1511 1E 1 1 '11 I 211 1 W- 1 11 111 ' 111' ' 111 ' i fe Q' 1? ,1 15 ,111 11 9 H1 1 11 ' '1 1 ,1 1 11 111 I 15 1u 1111111 111 11 11 11 1 1 1 1 ,1 ' x . . f.f'-,.',k-.gl 41- ' -'-,,.,-,L4 A, uw- A H594 :rua-.L . --1.:g.,.,, . - Q.,-vu. - ffm. L ,, ., IM- 4 rw LTJG jose L, Gonzalez AS1 Gary C. Middleton he Ground Support Equipment CIM-4D Divi- sion is responsible for the maintenance of what is common- ly known as "yellow gear". The division is manned by fifty-four personnel, each experienced in the maintenance and repair of mechanical, electrical, and hy- draulic systems used in support of the embarked Airwing and the Air Department. The gear main- tained ranges from the very sim- ple aircraft tow bars to the 108,000 pound crash crane affec- tionately known as "Ti1ley',. Cth- er gear maintained, such as air- craft tow tractors, mobile electrical power plants, mobile air conditioners, aircraft jacks, and crash and salvage equipment are used to move, maintain, trouble- shoot, and protect very sophisti- cated aircraft and their systems. IM -4 also maintains and oper- ates the Combat Air Start System CCASSD, a system found only aboard AMERICA and USS JOHN F. KENNEDY. CASS is made up of eight small turbines ASC jerald R. Graham AS1 Michael F. Kelley and their associated ductings leading up to sixteen hatches on the flight deck. It provides high velocity air required to start air- craft jet engines quickly and effi- ciently. Not even the most successful of Support Equipment Divisions can expect to keep all its gear operational all the time. That is where the team known as "Trou- bleshootersn earn their pay, they are responsible for diagnosing and correcting malfunctions that occur on the flight deck. Be it day or night, technicians can be seen scurrying about in their green jerseys bringing yellow gear back to life. This deployment was a partic- ularly successful one for IM-4. Throughout the six months, the division maintained 98 percent equipment availability and 100 percent CASS availability, and re- ceived adjective grades of out- standing in COMNAVAIR- LANT pre - and mid deployment Corrosion Inspec- tions. ASC Norman Rb Nye ASI Michael D. Sanborn A51 Donald E- Inge DT AS1 Mitchell Cochran AZ1 Marion N. Bronson A51 Randall K' Ash T e .ww mi. ASME Reves A. Colboum ASE2 Gary E. Johnson ASM2 Danny E. Miller ASE2 Michael A. Reid ASM2 Shane E, Sampson AK2 joseph Wimbs ASM2 Gregory B. Frey ASE3 Edward E. Laplante ASM3 Arthur pl Mach-mis ASE3 Charles F. Manchester ASM3 Eric L, Arnold . 1 r 1 0 ASE3 Michael P. Abruzese ASM5 David A. Aune 1 li 11g 1 i l ,- Hi I l . l 1, l . l, l 2 ffl i V 1 -, 1 itil. 5' il l l 'I 'Ki' l ' FEM i ' illiil W liill il i ASM5 Daniel P. Donaldson ASMSJCSSC L' Fwghfl 1 W fill . 4 ' ill lf., iila SV 1 e l Hai' ln 731 :mi 11515 i Ji 1 eil M 1 5- 2 Sill 5 ill ' -cf" li. ,- QM 1 i ASM3 Dennis P. Grirrner ASM3 Albert F. Kramp l i 'i ,i Q gl i 1 i l F 'l i . . .fl i 'li ' . .E ll M2 i , . , . i ,l . i if 1 , i ., il in 4' if la Elly 4 i ASM3 Robert W. Morgan ASM3 Kevin M. Murphy ASE3 Carlton M. Nicholson ASM5 Daniel Rolon i Di' 'Ai .il li..- iwl wa ' 'l Q2 Ii: if' ll A ii l l i i l li -'liil i i ' I I ASE3 Jon G' Seeley ASE3 David L' SPeed ASM3 Greg!!! W, UPdike Z Y ASE3 Hernoulcl Wash , a L l 396 l ASMAN Todd L. Hotchkiss ASMAN jim G. Hager ASMAN Timothy W. Kieffer A ASEAN Stephen B. Martin ASMAN Kevin A. Peshlakai ASMAN Richard A. Birkhimer """ -- xXKKy,'X-5' wa uf- -- ' - "-' :.dw2"'1f?."', 5'-:-i'?: Lf . .. .-q-Linz' .' '. 1:4 f :- 1.-in 'HQ-2T5r1'f -. 1-2 "iff J 51:-: :iff-2 fl... ,P - N. :ff---.i2FL6:-ek? '-+-:'f'r.- ' 'Z' "Q 'T 9-aL-b!si6fi:'i1,fr ' fT ' " ' ,422-129 6:7 16:3 fr?-Lf? , '51-ffP9ff5?.32?:144:?t ' ' "P ' M2 z M4623 - '141Zii?f2f2lE1f. ASMAN john G. Shonfelt 77 ASMAN jeffery W. Thomas l if AN Bryan D. Winks ASMAA Kevin D. Hansen l ASEAA 1211165 D- Potter ASMAA Edward L. Martin ASEAA joseph C. Long ASEAA David M. Lindsey ASMAA Sean M. Warner enerally known throughout the shop as the "Cal Lab", this unique and versatile division en- compasses many areas of respon- sibility and interfaces on a daily basis with numerous departments within the shop. PME: Designated a Type IV calibration lab facility, tasked with calibrating, servicing and re- pairing both avionics and me- chanical support equipment. This service is provided for the orga- nizational level Cembarked air- wingj, intermediate level QAIMDQ, and for other depart- ments on the ship. In performing this function, the division main- tains over fifty-five hundred items in a ready-for-use status. IMRL: Tasked with maintain- ing the Individual Material Readiness List CIMRLJ Program at the intermediate level of main- tenance for CNAL. This is ac- complished by the IMRL manag- er, who maintains accountability and ensures that over nine thou- sand five hundred items of avia- tion support equipment are on- board and ready for use by the ship and airwing when deployed. SIDMS: Tasked with main- taining and operating the Status Inventory Data hrltiiwglgeriieiir System QSIDMSX . --... ,- AZAN Steve C. Wilson ASMAA Robert I.. Hefty tem. This computer system, through the use of remote termi- nals, provides the electronic in- terface of all maintenance and supply transactions which are re- quired in order to maintain mari- agement control over the ship fairwing maintenance efforts. The system normally has over 51X thousand five hundred transac- tions during a twenty-four hour period. A further benefit of this system is the accumulation of data for ASO and NAVAIR t0 ensure that an adequate suppll' of s are aviation equipmen aiid-piece support is available f0f embarked airwings during future deployments. I LOGISTICS: Tasked .with Ni ceiving and Sl1iPPmg al IMRLXPME support eqU1PmF"f for AMERICA, and with tracking all offship SUPPOYY equipment temporarily loaned to all .QPSK ing activities in the Atlantic e Also, it ensures the return QfSUPd Port equiPmem being Callbrair or reworked at various Naval 1 he return t and bit- Rework Facilities, and I her ot support equip to activities on tempOfafY .loanarea AMERICA. The l0S'S"f5 generally handles UP to :Ice ' - on hundred transactionS 2 m CWO4 john V. Breunig ATC David F. Wiegand AT1 Harold Baldock AK2 Rod Craft AT2 Sherman O, Godwin AT2 Ronald Pettitt AT2 James R. Powell AT2 Mark Swartz AT3 Frank Krause AT3 Marshall T. Liston AT3 Steven L. Rubenstein AT5 Craig A. Stanley AZAA David Colbree ATAA Mark A. Vaneperen Mr. Steve Dascall , f .- ,,,. J,-,.,. .- ,, 3 .- -55, , - 1 at - x- r'--,-f1.A-7 - ,A as-.1f',,-'-'.1'1f7 1-L-Tru. '-",.- fi :T 1 '14-1 ,-1 I-31' 1, --fr,-'G'i1+:2E1'r:trff -'-.-f ' - 3?34.J if- .3 'A.-5fL'f391Ei:f.:2ZQ2'2x:fs-1?STGL'-' f'.-fzsfra-af: - '---L: 1' i -ei -f -- A- .-..--: V-'.'1-x----A'-4, -:.-w ': A -- - V . , 4-rf' 1'-.5.:,-rg. y-:' Q-:::.x.'.-231.-4 -. '-.-'-1 2. 1-1 S ' V ' ' 'V'-"' - -- -27 "5 "'-W" W" 'vi-Q - ' I.:-v .gl ,f1Qf'Ef'3'1"2'i -.f.:2r1. 7gr1:-17:1-- ::.:- X' A: .1-A.:'.'.A t ff -' f . - ,, wwf QQ1 .J , fff.:4J ,dy I A A 5. 5 irxwg'-ry L,-2-: -T-f i: 1 i """T ' ini' ffiiiiiiff5513175-E-:17i"fEf-9' 'R Eg, 5..,:2-5?'.:"fv?5?i5f5C'P:i"5',f-iff'"U .' 1. ' .' 5112. ' :A.:g,f: :'L'6-22-'I-?:S:2ff551g37'i ' "g,'3'iiI1s1,533' Jx'3E1'i?fZ-U.x'i:-331' -' ' gif., '11 1531 fl 'life .,, ,ff ""l'i'11.rLigjaf:3-33-,,i'--''5'ggf,:5?f5.fg.'1,1.-- - r -. 1 4, .ja .wg A .2 .,-53: '-Gtr , , '-a,"i1' -Q515115311ff.-Qfv-,'2igf..,,j -' , 1 . -AE-,,ff2,.-5,13 -agp .. ff:5f-. i --' ,- Ijj-:5q3.,gffL5f7Fgg1iQ,5..,',.,-'. I 'U 2 ,J 1 - cf' ,Fl f 'Ven J fnga-"-Lfwff1".'Y2'-lffz' 5:24 Z, f, -. A ir he Air Department aboard AMERICA is responsible for the launch, recovery, movement, and servicing of all air- craft aboard. Consisting of thirteen officers and over 400 enlisted, they are required to work around the clock under some of the most ad- verse conditions imaginable for many days at a time. The "can do" attitude of these individuals has earned AMERICA her reputation as the most professional in all the Atlantic Fleet. Led by the "Air Boss", and his assistant, the "Mini Boss", the Air Department is organized into five divisions. V-1 Division, led by the Flight Deck Officer, is responsible for the safe, expeditious movement of air- craft on the flight deck and aircraft fire-fighting. In addition, the cleanliness and maintenance of the flight deck, which consist of 196,000 square feet, fills up the rest of the work day for the "Blue Shirts" and "Yellow Shirts". V-2 Division, which consists of 170 sailors, makes up the team that launches and recovers aircraft dur- ing flight operations. However, once flight operations have se- cured, an enormous amount of maintenance is required to keep AMERICA'S catapults, arresting gear, visual landing aids and PLAT System in a ready status. Though only a few of these fellows may be seen on the flight deck during flight operations, many more are hard at work below decks "making it happen." Under the leadership of the Hangar Deck Officer, V-3 Divi- sion works to ensure the safe and accurate respot of aircraft in the hanger bay and to maintain its cleanliness and upkeep at all times as well. With maneuvering space so restricted, the aircraft directors and airplane handlers accomplish some remarkable aircraft moves aboard AMERICA. V-4 Division is responsible for the servicing of all aircraft aboard. The "Grapes", as they are called because of the purple jerseys they wear, fuel aircraft before launches and after recoveries, as well as de- fuel aircraft for maintenance. VX Division carries out the ad- ministrative functions of the Air Department and mans Primary Flight Control during flight opera- tions. 400 CDR George L Drummond ommander George L. Drummond, a native of Glasgow, Missouri, en- listed in the U.S. Navy on 14 Au- gust 1964. He was selected for the Officer Candidate Airman Program COCAND, which led to his com- missioning and designation as a Naval Flight Officer in February 1966. Tours of duty included F-4 transition training in VF-52 aboard USS FRANKLIN D. ROOSE- VELT off Vietnam and VF-74 aboard USS FORRESTAL, de- ploying to both Vietnam and the Mediterranean. Commander Drummond then returned to the Training Command and was designated an Naval Avia- tor in june 1970. Following F-4 transition training in VF-121, he served as both the Maintenance and Operations Officer of VF-111 during two Vietnam deployments aboard USS CORAL SEA. Com- mander Drummond was trans- ferred to VT-21 at NAS Kings. ville, Texas, in May 1974, as an A-4 instructor in the advanced Training Command. Concurrently, he earned a degree in Business Man- agement from Texas A and I Uni- versity, and was selected for that school's Wall Street journal Busi- ness Student of the Year Award, Transitioning to the F-14 Tomcat in VF-124, Commander Drum- M 41 1 , I M Qi ' ll, .1 I i i l 'As N 1 .i S 1 it u 5 IIN Y N V M' V M 1, 4 My ii , lx WM :L-,nv-v -wh W-vom' 31:1 4 V- -1 Division is AMERI- CA'S Flight Deck Crew. Comprised of 110 men and led by Lieutenant Frank Iferd, V-1 Division is responsible for air- craft movement on the flight deck as well as its cleanliness and main- tenance. The Flight Deck Officer is assisted by Lieutenant Mike Blake, the Assistant Flight Deck Officer, and Air Boatswain, LTjg Ralph Southall handles all facets of flight operations associated with V-1 Di- vision. The LCPOS, ABCS Jim Gray and ABHC Ralph Pieper, ensure that all hands are properly trained and ready to undertake any as- signed tasks, be they choreograph- ing the movement of aircraft dur- ing flight operations or resurfacing the flight deck with non-skid. The aircraft directors are the yellow shirts that actually do the moving of aircraft, and the airplane handlers are the blue shirts that are responsible for ensuring that the aircraft are properly chocked and chained. The fly POs ensure that their fly is run smoothly and safely and supervise the aircraft moves in their areas. Once the flying is finished, the day's work is not completed. There are still administrative tasks and scheduled maintenance to be done. All too often the days never seem to end as they run one into the other. Only the most experi- enced and professional of all ABHs can be found on the. flight deck, for the acceptable margin of error is zero. Also associated with aircraft moves is the operation of the ele- vators. The elevator technicians are ABI-IC Ralph L. Pieper FF responsible for ensuring their safe operation and for maintaining an accurate aircraft spot on the "OUUI BOARD". l The crash and salvage Crew 15 lead by Bos'n Southall and ABHC Charlie james. These fellows are the key players in any type of flight deck event out of the ordinary. Whether it be a quick cleanup on the approach to one of the cata- pults, a tough fire, or a major flight deck crash or fire, the crash crew is there and ready. It is a comfort to all on the flight deck to know that a highly trained group of profes- sionals such as these are present. Flight deck cleanliness is over- seen by V-1 Division also. This includes participation in FOD fForeign Object Damage, walk- downs, as well as the direct coordi - nation and management of major scrubexes, which consist of thirty- five to forty troops scrubbing with soap, water and scrub brooms all 196,000 square feet of flight deck. It is imperative that the flight deck be kept clean as possible, as it makes the movements of aircraft much safer. When airplanes are not flying, V-1 works with the Air Wing maintenance crew to respot aircraft so that various tasks can be performed on the aircraft to get them ready for the next day's fly- ing. In addition, many other tasks are performed, such as training, dam- age control, scheduled mainte- nance, and the cleaning of spaces, But with V-1's high level of pro- fessionalism and morale, no task can be regarded as too great or foo small. . ABHI Willie B. Davis K l LCDR Leigh W. Bradbury LT Frank Herd LT Kenneth l.. llilcman LT Michaelj. 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The aviation boatswain's mate flaunch and recoveryj equip- mentman, or ABE, operates and maintains AMERICAS steam cat- apults and arresting gear systems. LCDR Patrick jacobs Dedicated professionals, AMER- CAS ABEs are the embodiment of the hearty seafarers of yesteryear transposed into the sophisticated and demanding environment of modern carrier aviation. Interior communications technicians are members of the V-2 team who en- sure the reliable, continuous opera- tion of the fresnel lens optical landing system Cflolsj and the pi- lots' landing aid television cameras CPLATD, which record all flight operations aboard AMERICA. In direct support, maintaining the complex electric circuitry which enables the safe operation of AMERICAS catapult engines, are the catapult electricians. The lead- ership presence which comple- ments this dynamic team of navy professionals is provided by the catapult and arresting gear officers, or shooters. 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V-3 is led by Division Officer, Lieutenant Tom Glass, and LCPO, ABH- CCAWD Andre Kirkwood. The LPO, ABH1 Darrell Perry, and the assistant LPO, ABH1 Charles La- Follette, also help to keep all of the Bay Petty Officers, Aircraft Direc- tors, Aircraft Safetymen, Spotting Dolly Drivers, Elevator Operators, Damage Control Maintenance Men, and Aircraft Handlers headed in the right direction. The jobs accomplished on the hangar deck are many. For ABHS, Aviation Boatswain's Mates CAir- craft Handlingj, the most enjoy- able job is the actual moving of aircraft. This includes moving air- craft for various squadron mainte- nance requirements, for ship's force maintenance, and to meet operational commitments. Closely related to the moving of aircraft is the operation of AMERICAS four aircraft elevators. V-3 Elevator Operators are responsible for safely operating the elevators and coordi- nating the associated aircraft movement to and from the flight deck. In addition to moving air- craft on the hangar deck, V-3 maintains hangar deck cleanliness. This is a major responsibility which requires a wide range of efforts, including day-to-day sweeping, vacuuming, and spot scrubbing, in addition to major scrubexes when- ever the opportunity is present. Al- though it is an endless task, keep- ing the hangar deck clean is instrumental in V-3's ability to move aircraft safely, greatly con- tributing to the operational readi- ness of our Air Wing. V-3 Division is also tasked with fire-fighting re- sponsibilities on the hangar deck. This includes the training of Air Wing and Air Department person- nel, as well as the maintenance of all fire-fighting equipment on the hangar deck. In addition to these tasks, V-3 also serves as the interface between the Air Department and other AMERICA divisions. Whether preparing the hangar bays for a change of command or setting up for a USO show, V-3 is always there to ensure that every evolution maintains AMERICA's high stan- dards. These many varied responsi- bilities all combine to make V-3's job one of the most challen in 8 8, yet rewarding onboard USS AMERICA. ABH2 Sylvester E. jackson ABH2 Sefsio D' Juarez ,,---ff? .s------ 79" - RN' , V . ff V 5-. .f I rr Ji' . ,ir . .f 9 ,V t , -f V, R R . .3 . 4 ABH2 Kevin J. Otto ABH2 Robert C. Opolsky i l ABH3 Barry L. Ahner ABH3 William R. Bowlson ABH3 Robert H. Brown ABH3 Brian A- Bussell j ABH3 Robert J. Decoste AMS3 Walter D. Grace l i ABH3 Bradley Hains ABH3 Kenneth R. Jorgensen ABH3 Michael C' Lafond ABH3 Kenneth R. Maus .. 1 Kaus." ' -ffsg:s".:.f-Lc.r.m-1-'1e-.r- -,- wuzv- we f : - '- f- --'. " -- 'gpg' f- - . -' .. -.-,- tc. - 'z 15,1-. -:.-.-:f 'ff-1 avif-cvs-f4c'.::.Ax:u:'lwmQ'vzu:ff ' -,-L U -1., .. 4 A5115 Riqhard E, Mcphial ABH5 Timothy Norris ABH3 Russell Pratt ABH3 David A. 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Q, , . . 5.1 ' 3 '. ,:.-44-gui , -ic.:-1: -3111:-' 2: 252.1 1.5 1455- 'V E19 t AI'1'1::'-'rj''-2.'1Jli- 175: f'..w7khE1.'3 -. j . ?1 ..'.fr"'5"'s rr? ' - .. 2-'-Z.--1 12 1'-:fl-.rl-.M .,-'-.:'l:.' 1 ' . .V - f' 5. '1111"f" " , -,15-:'L'2f6.17-1:11-,',5y :H 5:1-f' re--A ,."'-i.,..a'51 ,,.. N. 4 x A' 1 91.3 X w + ls ,, ,gi . f . ' rv? ' f . gp Y. ' P5 f ' ' ,- 49.-x-6 Vs- V .. . .,, ..,--..f. , ,, V! .., A,-..,..4-- -- fr . .. .4 xl., .w'.,:':--.--f-e--...,x.V,. 'iq' ' ,,--- f -K, ,- . if .: .-'f -': t- 1 '- " .a'1f,zQ-:Egg 91: ef, 4 - Q-.g an .-V fp.fg.'-41-ig-f:fx:-.-.-1 W '-ii1'fi.x-I-Ie' T- 'fix' ig ' ' .J -1- , A L -ern. fr: ,.-'V-hifi, fl e-4' -"" " .f. f" f":-.Lu'f'f"-:Hf:5: 7' Xpms A tif- -..a,-1.12.2 5111 -Y-.Q . L gr ' -' 41?-"':4i5:1 tiff:-f53'ieZl?L5fzl2.r:ES' 0' t":i' l 5T'i:flL5'f5Jf,'v.L ' l CWO4 Frank E. jones ABCS Harry B. johnson Y ABFC Darnell Gatewood ABFC john Madigan . . B ' ABF1 Allen K. Mathis ABF1 Alan J. Minn ABF1J2mfS L- Pafkff ABF2 Cham W mm ABF2 Anthony B. Coombs ABF2 John A. Coontz ABF2 Clifford W. Dunaway ABF2 Darrin F- Hams -4 Division, "The Grapes", is manned by seventy-seven personnel who are under the direct supervi- sion of CWO-4 Frank E. jones, the division officer, ABCS Harry B. johnson, the Leading Chief Petty Officer and ABF-1 james L. Parker, the Leading Petty Offi- cer. V-4 is divided into three workcentersg VEOO - Adminis- tration, supervised by ABF1 Parker, VEO1 - Belowdecks, supervised by ABFC Darnell Gatewoodg and VEO2 - Flight- deck, supervised by ABFC john 430 Madigan. The primary mission of V-4 Division is to deliver clean, bright uncontaminated jP-5 fuel to em- barked or transient aircraft and to maintain the aviation fuels system at 10095 operational status. The aviation fuels system is com- prised of components stretching from the 7th deck to the 03 level. The 7th deck "Belowdecks", consist of four centrifugal purifi- ers, eight centrifugal service pumps, six rotary vane transfer pumps, four stripping pumps, one jet engine test cell pump, two auxiliary pumps, and seventy- seven jP-5 tanks. The flight deck consists of twenty-two aircraft fueling stations located on both the flight deck and hangar deck. The fueling stations are of the automatic, solenoid-operated fuelfdefuel variety. During MED Deployment '86, V-4 Division pumped and re- ceived mote than sixteen million gallons of jP-5 and more than 10,000 gallons of aviation lube oil, all without accident. Slgl'llfiC21Iit Hi'L'0i'flil' " 11 'XYITS of individuals assigned to X . were recognized by the awarding of Navy Achievement Medals t0 ABF1 Ernest D. Hobbs, ABF? john A. Coontz, and ABF? Charles W. Benica, six letters of Commendation, and eight Letters of Appreciation. ABF1 james L- Parker was selected as Air partment's Aviation BoatswamS Mate of the Year. Through all endeavOfS 'Of Mediterranean DeplOymCm 86 and carrier qualificationS UPON return, V--I Division demonstrat- ed nothing less than COH515fem excellence. . ,L - .-rx.-. -.gh 4.f.a-g,4- u,-:g,f:-:..1g:,.:,. :Z 55-311,54.3..::.5:p.m-'.-,, -f.-: .- 50, ,N ., Y pt-. X , R, N WH 1 K .,. ,,,,..,,., . 4 ABF2 Ernest D. Hobbs ABFZ john M. Moffatt ABF2 Scott Reeve l ABF2 Scott D. Sergeant ABF2 Robert W. Shields ABF3 j.D. Bailey ABF3 Alan Bloon ABF3 Dean E Clark ABF3 Harold K Coats ABF3 Aubrey Crawford ABF3 Ruben Cruz ABF3 Douglas A Denrson ABF5 Thomas R Dukes ABF5J0hf1 R Kal-'55 ABF3 Mrchael A Krrby 4 l ABF5 Gary A Lefevers ? ABF5 john H. Martin ABF3 jesus M. Molina ABF3 Daniel T. Obyrne ABF5 Blanc F- Padilla ABF5 Philip H' Sommffs AB5 David W"0d""d AN Michael s. Atkinson AN Stephen w. BlatChr:r AN Gffald L' Bmw" ABF3 Ron D. Yoshida in J' Comer AN Thomas Faiffull AN Ainii Ei iiiinpn-li ABFAN ,lick D. HW' AN Marv AN Mark H Irvme ABFAN Phrlrp A Judd ABFAN George A Kmg AN Wayne Mltchell AN Rafael A Power ABFAN Clrfford R Rohrbacher ABFAN Bflafl D Warren AN Walter D Yates Z"?'7.:2h . ? nr, as 5:19-'e:1::7:2f.j? 2:42 - Afrffi-Ve" ' 5, 3 ,gee .r -11921311 . ., W affix:-: - '?' . 'I liar' Hifi' aww: an 1151 251 . "nazi ,, W 7 Y. ., , .f.......,, ,, h M C Ot AlilfAA Frncsru femlana AA jeffw C'bb AA Michael L. Bernard AA -lo n ' AY 1 I ' K' AA William Ellsworth ABFAA Peter E. Grable AA Daniel Guvron AA George Hfidfl' AA -Ion W. K Y V - an AA Amhonl' R- KUCCYH AA Gregori' R. Munro AA Robert G. Phlll1pS Xa-'Q 111-02 M Rumell D. IW' N"" il ABFAA Phillip K. Thompson AA Gary L. Troutman 1 1 I T T b ll AR Gerardo B. Agustin AA Gregg . urn a l A l V W AR Steven W. Auman AR Ron P. Bundy l AR Ronald S. Devlin ABFAR Dwight George AR Jerome johsnon AR Terry L. jand ICZU AR Patrick A. Lane A aymon g R R cl Lan ill AR Timothy Levan AA Wayne W. Stewart T ' -Af"-""-F"'JP'1 '11 P- V . V Y , Y , f - 'V ' ' 'L",-'r.g-- ,'-'f1.s'-'- :gg -4 ,,,4'- .'- ' "F,-Y' 'T'-if ' g, '? ' '- 1 :iw-',1f3e,:-' f . - 'r-1 .'-.3-: if 1:-f , " A-"Q, A - eg ,' A. , 1 YQ ' 3 . r' "KN -vi-Q' 33ij,i'f3F,':1'1E-pf-4: :f:f1."f:'f.',f:.-1.4 .-A.-21:31 , fi :::.-. az: H- '-.,,. . , , AA -:ff-w.fv:'-1'1 fret-:ff-ff fv --.A f -:Af ---,,- -lf W -'Q fb 4' 1-I f- "g ,,f. 2.2-ive... K,n,:', ,,:f-ffgg."-'."', -kfz-,.,..g ---' H4 'g .-- -AA ,,- j,, 'ff ' , 1, Y "Y 1J1'l",..f!....J'rL,:1.f-,, 1 ff .f '9.-...--r. ,,-,..f--- 55. ' . 1-V .5 - ,. - :Q-2 3. --bf fl fri 'fi'-7' -' 'f fs? 1 'T , -fi:-if' 113251245 '49 1 11:-:fel If -1 ..:fQ-"r2-':'- Cf-.,.o2T,-Jlfizi 'fa ,,,.-,f,,.,,pf, , ff.. ei- gy. -..-T. ..,-K-Wt, -. ,- ,255 YAJ 1 H- :- .1 :::':-' -fa 54.14 -f , 11.115, I . -if '?:.'.,,1' 4-'r U - size' r VX X Division is manned by eleven personnel who fall under the direct supervi- sion of ABCM C. Phillips fAir De- partment LCPOD, Yn1 M. Love- lace fAir Department Admin Assistantj, and ABE1 M. Corbin CVX LPO, Air Department PQSf3M Coordinator, and Career Counselorj. With the help of YNSN W. Benson, YN1 Lovelace has handled all administrative du- ties for Air Department from mus- ter reports to transfers. Considering that Air Department consists of over 460 personnel, both YNs have done an outstanding job of keep- ing Air Department on track. When not working on the flight deck, ABCM Phillips is the hub of Air Department. He intervenes on every issue concerning enlisted personnel within air department and coordinates with the rest of the departments aboard USS AMERI- CA fCV66Q. ABE1 Corbin has a variety of responsibilities, not only as VX leading petty officer, but he recently took over as air depart- ment Career Counselor, with a re- tention rate of over 60175 for first termers, 1O0fZJ for second termers, and 10096 for career. Furthermore, Petty Officer Corbin is Air Depart- "Vi -V .E f.,i,.,2 r ,Mi w. ment's PQSXSM coordinator. His expertise in this area has helped Air Department go through BM and PQS inspections with great suc- cess. Since deployment on March 10, 1986, the tower crew, consisting of seven airmen, has been instru- mental in logging and tracking over 4300 aircraft launches and re- coveries. Contributors to this suc- cess were AN B. Nelson, AN R. Ellison, AN E. Kieselbach, AN M. johnson, AN A. Clark and AN T. Dossey. Welcome aboard ABHAN M. Gentry. To AN johnson, who recently departed VX, best of luck in your new rating, FC! 4- -.,........ -," x . 1 ,-,, . f. U .fi-. 914: IAXS, ' l l l.XN'M tilurlcs XX 56 .CX l .1 -I Wy, -af "'J."!"' x ' ja, 2, -V1 ,A, , ..L,, , A 'En f ff? Ly ,W -if 1 ', .av w 4 3' 'Qfmf , J, f, mf W' tfvn ,ge si' ' ,E A, vs, anna.. CHAPLAI he mission of the Chaplain Department is defined as "to provide a program of ministry in support of the free ex- ercise of religion aboard USS AMERICA", with the Command Chaplain being the principal advi- sor to the CO on matters of a reg- lious and moral nature. This mis- sion was achieved in a variety of ways. The most obvious was that of liturgical acts: baptisms, confir- mations, burials-at-sea, weddings and a variety of other services were performed on a regular basis by the one Catholic and two Protestant chaplains. Worship services were held every Sunday and Mass was celebrated every day of the week. The evening prayer was read over the IMC every night the ship was at sea. For those who desired a more personalized form of wor- ship, the department coordinated thirteen different devotional groups, ranging from music work- shops to jewish worship.Chaplains would always be seen at medical 438 responses and at mass casualty or general quarters drills, giving com- fort and assistance during these times of crisis. When not involved in drills, the chaplains spent much of their time in counseling and in visiting the various spaces on the ship. Their approachable manner and open-door policy found plen- ty of takers and many shipmates were helped by a confidential talk with the chaplain. The Chaplain Department was also tasked with handling all American Red Cross and Navy Relief messages, often as many as 300 a month. Dealing with everything from birth to death to financial assistance, the expedient handling of message traffic was a major contribution to the morale of the ship. The department was also home for the ship's branch of the Navy Relief Society, an organi- zation designed to give interest- free loans or grants to qualifying sailors and their dependents. This area of service was always busy, and several thousands of dollars were loaned every year. Another means of assisting the crew ID maintaining good morale was the operation of the Military Afflllate Radio System CMARSD. 3 HAM radio system used to connect de- Ployed servicemen with their fam- ilies in times of emergency. As H final touch, the Chaplain Depart- ment operated the ship's 5000-vol- ume library. Added together, these services resulted in a Command Religious Program with a compre- hensive outreach. Of course no program could be accomplished without people, and people is what the Chaplain De- partment was all about. Whether it was an RP standing library watch or a chaplain visiting patients in sickbay, the Chaplain Department served to let everyone know that we cared about the individual. Making a call to the brig or pop- ping into a workcenrer to say hello, the chaplain strived to bring a per- sonal touch to an impersonal sys- tem. This people-to-people phi- losophy was often extended to the communities we visited. Whether it was visiting school children in En- gland, painting an orphanage in It- aly, or clearing out a storage room in a children's home in Spain, the community outreach programs co- ordinated through the Chaplain Department were always a huge success. Most of all, though, the Chap- lain Department is made up of in- dividuals, nine separate personal- ities who worked side by side in accomplishing the tasks before them. It is these individuals whom we will always remember. At the helm was CDR Mike Burt. A deci- sive but gentle leader, his only weakness was to come in a little late in the mornings after being "held up in traffic" - even at sea! LCDR Allen Allen was a Marine Aviator turned preacher. While making the quantum leap from LT to LCDR during the deployment, he worked as hard at his tennis game as at his counseling. From the steady stream of counselees that flocked to his door, he must have been quite 11 player! Two dif. ferent Catholic chaplnlrls glpltt-ll out company during the deploy. ment. CDR lid ixCdlX'VlVl1l lllfcltl Boucher added a measure of hu. manness to the department. He may be best remembered for his evening prayers in verse, fthough he made a better chaplain than a poetj. Lt jim Mac New relieved Fr. Boucher about two months into the cruise. The new kid on the block, he approached his ministry with such enthusiasm that he spe- cifically requested NOT to have a crucifix placed on the altar during Mass for fear he would "probably knock it off anyway." RP1 Steve Perkins served as senior enlisted during the deployment. Affection- ately known as the "Elf", he taught us to be "artsy-craftsy" with what- ever "whohaws and rutabagas" life might place in our hands. RP3 Ke- vin Tobin crossdecked to us from INDEPENDENCE. He was a re- served but dependable fellow whose strong points included pre- paring bulletins and watching "Who's the Boss". RP2 joe QBronze Starl Puffer was one of the "old salts" of the department, Qrhus the bronze star for his second award of the sea service ribbonl. Attaining many of his own person- al goals, he was always willing t0 offer himself as a role model to the rest of us. I'm afraid we didn't al- ways live up to his standards. RP3 Tom james was a story unto him- self. Seemingly acquainted with half the crew, he became the depart- mental "provider"g always able t0 obtain hard to find items when we needed them most. We never asked from where! And then there WHS RP2 Lindy Frank, the sailor Wh0 would be a civilian! Lindy served faithfully as Library Petty Officer and Damage Control Petty Officer- He considered his time abffafd AMERICA to be a "once in 2 Mil time exPerience - ONLY onced Finally RP2 seen Malone rqundf out the department with his own form of leadershipftytanfh' and a sense of humor as dry as the West Texas Plains whence he Came' The Chaplain Deparfmfflf 'TY have been one of the smallest bel Partments aboard AMERICAL it had a large mission. The ufor dreds of men who came I0 Us encouragement and assistanee fix t.linlv attest tO the faCf that dl lnlllllt-tl flint nnnslnn. We Cafe ' ,. J ,y- 5,3315-.,:,-. CDR Michael F. Burt CDR Edward F. Boucher LCDR Allen C- A1160 LT James Mac New RP1 Stephen Perkins DR Michael F. Burt, CHC, USN, was born in Morgantown, West Vir- ginia on 19.Iuly 1943. After receiv- ing an Associates Degree from Concordia junior College in 1963, he completed his undergraduate training at Concordia Senior Col- lege, earning a B.A. in History and Religion in 1965. He received a M. Div. from Concordia Theological Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri, in 1969. After graduation, he was or- dained in the Lutheran Church, commissioned as a LTCjgj in the Inactive Reserves of the Navy Chaplain Corps, and assigned as pastor of a congregation in New Fairfield, Connecticut. Reporting for active duty in 1972, CDR Burt was assigned to Destroyer Squadron Seven, home- ported in San Diego. In 1974 he transferred to Naval Training Cen- ter, San Diego, and in 1976 re- ceived orders to duty with the Sec- ond Marine Division at Camp Naval Academy, where he served as Brigade Chaplain until june ters, jennifer and Kathleen, now reside in Virginia Beach. He is a private pilot and an amateur radio operator with interests in photog- raphy, golf and sailing. CDR Burt has earned the National Defense Service Medal, Vietnam Service Medal, Navy Commendation Medal, Navy Unit Citation, Meri- torious Unit Citation, and the Sea Service Deployment Ribbon. RP2 Gregory S. Malone RP2 Linden Frank RP2 Joseph A. Puget RP2 Kevin P. Tobin RP2 Thomas j.james 1981. He then transferred to U.S. Naval Station, Rota, Spain, where he served until reporting to the Advanced Chaplain School, New- port, Rhode Island, in 1984. He reported to AMERICA as Com- mand Chaplain on 5 july 1985. CDR Burt was married on 14 Aug 1966 to the former joanne Grace Brown of Hicksville, New York. They and their two daugh- e e' s s 1 -2-', . AJ.:--.--:::.:'Z- .,,,,,,,.-.A .f Y. ., .,,,',,. , L Q, 1 3f?:E.-- ' i,'kuf15'1 .L Wiki- "I1!5.iL"ff ,, " "'..-55.255112 :ifA-f1'Q,e:- -4, . f f'-'b:.'?1nfiwi'-11iwidfgrnw. g 1 -12:f-u12?::f-..1'vza- - -fa., -1,-rea -'wa 'K 2 fx? -P 1 . wh 'G' Q,.,,,5 ev ., ., we 'W vi' . A. t -Q54 ' 'fb QQ 1? 'i'5'v:" LQ .' W fp "f ,. ' ,rf V Um ' Kg, 'v':4',,, Vf:fQ1L-I - Q . I uf- -M., , F 4 'M' 4 V , . x A A . -I-, ' 3 A K, Q. .I ,Bb ,A RK "ni .yugll 4 ,. ff, , . . M. .. ,,,..k-'fir ., E...' X gf-sf -'G 515.1 -' vi UNICATIO LCDR Alex S. Hill, jr. ieutenant Commander Alex Hill enlisted in the Navy in 1969. Following recruit training, he attended Avi- onics "A" school and subsequently reported to Fleet Aviation Elec- tronics Training Unit, Pacific QFAETUPACD Det, Alameda, where he served for two years and was selected for the Navy Enlisted Scientific Education Program QNESEPJ. He earned a B.S. degree in Physics from the University of Utah and was commissioned in june of 1976. Following flight training in VT-27 and VT-31, he Completed his initial training in the P-3C at VP-31 and was subse- quently assigned to VP-39 at NAS jacksonville, Florida. While at- tached to VP-49, he served as Ma- terial Control Officer, Assistant Admin Officer and Quality Assur- ance Officer. While LCDR Hill earned designations as patrol plane commander, Mission commander, and instructor pilot, the squadron was awarded a Navy Unit Com- mendation for anti-submarine warfare operations in Bermuda Sector. LCDR Hill's next assign- ment was as a flight instructor in VT-31, where he served as the Ad- min Department Head. During this tour, he earned a master's degree in business administration from Webster University. Following this tour, LCDR Hill was assigned as Aide, Flag Secretary, and Assistant Chief of Staff for Administration to Commander, U.S. Naval Forces, japan. LCDR Hill is presently bil- leted as the Communications De- partment Head onboatd AMERI- CA. LCDR Hill is originally from Lava Hot Springs, Idaho, and now resides in Viginina Beach, Virginia with his wife Kristi and sons Alex and Kirtis. LCDR Hill's hobbies include golf, hunting and fishing. ommunications, the link between plans and ac- tions, are orchestrated by the professionals of AMERICA's Communications Department, al- ways on the job and fully opera- tional around the clock, keeping the ship in touch with the outside world. The Communications Depart- ment provides the foundation of command and control for multi- mission accomplishments of em- barked staffs, airwings and the command. This is made possible by the separate yet combined ef- forts of the radio division, signals division, and the communications security specialists that make up the Communications Department. The combined efforts of these individuals are closely monitored by the Assistant Communications Officer, Radio Officer, the respec- tive Division Officers, and the CMS Custodian, all under the di- rection of the Communications Officer. The areas mentioned and the personnel assigned are AMERI- CA's Communication team. They all have dedicated themselves to building the most effecient and productive organization possible to support the vital mission of AMERICA. Presently the holder of the Navy Green "C" award, AMERICA's Communications team has proven time after time that it is second to none. '.!-us,ec-avr:-L:LiQL12'-141.-J-:rn'.-'J-"if-'Y .-11. - -3 V ' ' - f '74 ' ' f -z -- . . . -- 5.24,-' Y jg-19. -'.-j-cvji-!nSv19al. E 442 C0 UNI CATI ONS LT Dennis C. Defendi ommunications Radio CCRD Division is composed of two dis- tinct yet closely related areas: Facilities Control and the Mes- sage Center. Message Center personnel dedicate themselves to the processing and distribu- tion of the never-ending flow of message traffic received and transmitted by AMERICA. In an environment where the pro- cessing of 1500 to 2000 mes- sages daily is commonplace, our message center personnel strive to ensure that each mes- sage is processed expeditiously and efficiently. Sharing the space and work- ing with the message center is Facillities Control, better known throughout the Navy as FACCON. The personnel of FACCON are tasked with pro- viding communications circuit- ry, including line-of-sight voice and digital tactical systems, high frequency and satellite sys- tems which provide long haul communications between com- mands ashore and at sea. These facilities are used for the coor- dination of operational, admin- istrative and logistic support. Facilities Control personnel are required to troubleshoot and correct communication prob- lems as they arise in an expedi- tious manner, so that vital com- munications will not be lost, thereby providing reliable, se- cure and rapid communications at a moment's notice. LTJG David Smith ENS Martin Sweeney CWO3 Francis M. Embrey RMCM Robert Anderson III RMCS Charles W. Carter RMCS Henry M. Fine RMC Wine H. Barber RMC Samuel L. care T Rmc james L. Hamm RMC james W. Hazlert if 1 A Q' lhslsr-r-r iw ,,,,.,,, RA11 GE, Bl.inch.ird f ,"-7-x x , 1 H ,, 1, .,..-,-i Tl V ,, . 'J , , 1 RM1 Rodney D. Buck RM1 Charles H. 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Plummer RMSN David B- ROWlfi1'1d l l 1 l 1 1 W 1 ,. ll 11 lll 1x 1 1. ,. l 1 1. ,. 1l ,., 1. 1 1l3 ll lll 111 1. 1 Il lll . ll' 11 ,. 1. 1 1. ll- 1. ll ll ll 311 il? 111 1 1 1 1 l l l I 1 1 . 1 l 1 1 l l l Z 111 1lQ ,. l l 1 1 1 I 1 f 1 1 , 1 ' 1 3 1 1 1 1 .1 1 1, X 11 Q 1 x 1 131 lfll a JL .1 .1 .1 111 211 .., 31, l 1, li I1 1 .1 is i l l, 1 1' 1 3. 1 . h Gff d SM1 Michael Truesdale SM2 Peffy Gordon SMC john R. Armstrong SM1 Keit 1 Or SM2 James F. Peele SM? Mmm P' Rumvon ommunications Signals CCSD Division fulfills op- erational requirements by utilizing semaphore, flaghoist, flashing light and infared assets to convey tactical commands to units within visual range of AMERICA. The signalmen will be found man- ning the flagbags and signal lights during sunshine, rain, snow or hail. The "eyes of the ship," as they are called, not only fill the visual por- tion ofthe Communications De partment's operational require- ments but also support the com mand in honors and ceremonies. Whether answering flaghoist or flashing light in the cold North Atlantic, identifying a Russian trawler, or rigging flags in the han- gar bay for visiting dignitaries, AMERICA's signalmen can be counted on to fulfill their mission. SM3 Kevin A. Butler SM3 Todd D. CourtS l 1 1 sM3 James R. Meeks SMSN Rohm Andmen X. , , , , 1 Kell r.1i1s.x 111.l.1 1 1- H m l , 4 I 111134 bMbA Anthvlll A 4 gr 5 1 l. Q J 2 SMSA Chris Landry SMSA Tony C. jenkins SMSA Stephen R. Niles SMSA Shawn Reno SMSA Lonnie B. Stephenson SMSA Walter L. Wood SMSA Earl F- YHICS i I I 44 A K -far'---fi Y- - -t-- I r.. f. f "4 4yri73'W.fk"""' ' fi. Lf' . .1F""Y3'4f.,,",-M A '51 av-lc-AA , 19 ,f ruf "'ff",w DECK eck Departments sailors are AMERICA's modern day practitioners of a proud heritage of traditional sea- manship that is older than the U.S. Navy itself, and which has been handed down through the centu- ries. As a specific sea-going pro- fessional skill, the Boatswain's Mate rating can trace its ancestry back to before the beginnings of the Age of Sail. Boatswain's Mates were then, and continue to be, among the most versatile sailors in any ship's crew. The development and adoption of steam, turbo-elec- tric, marine diesel, and nuclear- powered propulsion systems and steel hulls eliminated some of the Boatswain's Mates' traditional du- ties directly associated with the many-centuries-long wooden- hulled sailing ship era, but most of the skills developed over the cen- turies continue to be practiced in all ships today, and in all probabili- ty, will continue to be practiced as long as men venture out to sea in ships, Today's Boatswain's Mates practice a wide variety of seafaring skills, including using the tradi- tional Boatswain's Pipe, perform- ing duties such as Boatswain's Mate of the Watch Qsupervisor of the enlisted watch team on the bridgej, lifeboat and liberty boat coxswain, marlinspike seamanship fthe skill and art of handling, ty- ing, and splicing line and wire ropej, canvas and leather work, maintenance and operation of ground tackle fanchors, chains, capstans, and associated equip- mentj, touring gear, and underway replenishment equipment. As AMERICA's seafarers, Deck Departments sailors are responsi- ble for the accomplishment of all the unending tasks involved in the proper maintenance and operation of all the accommodation ladders, ship's mooring lines, capstans and winches, boat davits, refueling rigs, and, of course, the maintenance of the ship's appearance and exterior hull preservation. The maintenance and safe operation of the ship's "small" boats, from the fifty-foot utility boats and the Captain'-s gig to the twenty-six-foot motor whaleboats, are some of the more visible responsibilities of Deck De- partment. All of these tasks require an extensive supply of consumable materials, parts, tools, and equip- ment, all of them ordered, stocked, stored, and issued by our own "in- house" supply organization, the Boatswain's Locker. In order to carry out our multi-faceted mis- sion on a ship the size of AMERI- CA, specific areas of responsibility are assigned and particular jobs are split up and many times shared be- tween the departments four divi- sions. LCDR Anthony Desue ieutenant Commander An- thony Desue is originally from Stark, Florida. He at- tended RJE Elementaryflrligh School and graduated from More- house College in Atlanta, Georgia, in june 1972. LCDR Desue was commissioned a Naval Ensign in May 1973. LCDR Desue's initial assign- ment was to Naval Facilities Lew- es, Delaware, as Research Officer, in December of 1973. There he helped the command achieve the overall Command Efficiency Award out of thirteen Atlantic Fleet NAVFACS. In March of 1975, he was reassigned to GLOV- ER as Main Propulsion Assistant, and participated in numerous re- search and development projects in the Carribbean Sea, In July 1977, LCDR Desue was reassigned to the DFTROH' ,ig Navigator. While he was onboard, -5. . , N ,, V Q g Dlubi 'll W-lf' -lt'r-loxtrl in the i'v'.lcditcrr.iiit-,:r, .tw . - ,.,- this i' X ' ' it ll 'x - FELL-l fb. 1, - l,, i. .!, Engineer and participated in tW0 Iran! Afghanistan contingency QP erations in the Indian Ocean, which also resulted in the rescue of over forty Vietnamese refugees. On 19 October 1981, LCDR sue reported to Commander, Sur- face Squadron ONE, as Squa Material Officer. During this LCDR Desue participated in the decommissioning Of ORI-E and the arrival of the first West Coast Naval Reserve Force l ares, LAY and GRAY. LCDR sue's neun assignment was as EXEC urive Officer of Shore lnterme Maintenance Activity CNR Long Beach on 6 April 1936- Diff ing this tour he was promoted Commanding Officer. On 6 SEP' rt-mba mai Lcba Desue repoffed to AMERICA as First Lieutenant? LCDR and Mrs. Desue, the for' . , of mer Jennie Sue H-imptonv. Gainesville, Florida, reside IH lf' ginia Beach, Virginia, with fhelf ihree sons, Damon Lelmafdr An' thony jr., and Christophffl' Bail' d LCDR Desue iS 3 Cemain spans Official QASAXNASM 'd softball, baseball, basketball- an it-tball. ln addition, in his free .ny he is an avid bowler. f , kpyvg ,W Y , 7-D A 4: if x f 'jfklwii ' ' .u-Mtg? f y- f1"3:fx!',wf1 31+-A v ,nf fy r, ,J I QE X' Ar aff, ' 151: if?" W'i'rEC?fl Ji- "V " , ,7ff'-'lfzl 1" , ,. .fc W 4 z 1 af , 60 xi ,pk DECK ADM1 4 -HI W Warren YN5 Guy T4 Buydsmn SA Sheldon Engstrom LT Mark Dwyer CWO2 W' 'am ' Ist . ' klff ENS Vitor S. Dias BMC Olin W. Bill? f or the most part First Divi- sion started the deployo- ment in fairly good shape. Most divisional spaces were well- preserved and the equipment ready for operation, although the major- ity of the work force for First Divi- sion were green insofar as time at sea. This fact was not a hindrance for them. They pressed their way through successful operational commitments with an eagerness to learn and master every task as- signed to them. From the setting of the Special Sea and Anchor Detail, which required the manning of the ship's anchors, the rigging of the ship's quarterdeck and Accommo- dation Ladder 4791, to the Under- way Replenishment Details, which required the manning of DFM Re- ceiving Station -ff7, the sliding pa- deye Conrep Station 4lf9A, and the -I ery telephone and distance line by First Division personnel, each deck evo- lution was met with positive antici- pation by the young crew of First Division. As the development neared its end, we set our sights on some serious preservation and rehab work, because when we return to CONUS, we want our pride to show. We, the crew of First Divi- sion would like to extend our ap- preciation to MMC johnson and the crew of A Division for their unselfish support and good advice during our training sessions and special details. We would also like to extend our appreciation to HTCS Pelland and the members of the shipfitting shop for their sup- port and assistance in the many repairs and modifications ro Ac- com Ladder ifl. ami Alben L. Arima BMI Gm" Wm ' 'L , I nes BM! Sergio A. Cardoso BN? xx 'une A 'IO v l A a -if--. f,-vfersrgwg BM5 David W' Dodge BM3 Edwin Ferer BMSN Raul Cruzado SN Kenneth G. Hobba SN Kim L. Horton SN Kenneth Lester Bruce W. Miller SN john C. Ozmore SN john P. Parker SN Richard W. Spalding SA Mark W. Beehler SA Michael T. Bingaman . fi l SA Richard Corson SA Ronald Dorson SA Roger C. Duncan ' 1 'im' '-3275 71151 'T' L""" "W-' "-.Y -1 f Y, uf.:--1.-nvw ,V r: . ' '1""z'-7 . ' - f 1 Hi" Z' 1'- '5"'7J:,2Q LJ-'-:'.'l.'if-if '-'iff-72 Z4 C1':.L'ii'5f""' 'TZ'-'.l2'I,4-6" 1. -R "' .4-73 1. Y' ,fx-f"S:V -'ff-ff, if " ' ' A S' 1 ffiiglii 1 f:?fg19ZiE2f5??"i?iESs,fr P? A N, . .L - --pi -z -1 1. 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'aff' -ii-1:3 .5 3:1 3'-""',': A233593 .15 I J' 41 ' 'sQrE7'J'?9T2-Lf-it lgfff 'eff' fi-"1 57, '- V -fl" F :Ziff 4 ,Nj 'Y 135,12-J :If - . F .fi-''fLiQQ5?.ffE6'i,13ii:.-Z'- A - r ,gif be gi2Qe4gf:af5:zf12q..1:e lf, - '1,""f1, -1 1-,f:4g.ff23 . . --, .1 -. 3. ,.w..Z,f- - , . ,.f':e9,:a.':,.n:,. 9-:LG5J.1r3:f'7':i.'.1,-Hiliz '21 rizgif -'L V.: 1 5 " ' ' 5:1-,gf 3jg.gqj..jf.g ffffjp,-pgv.j:fI,gg,, gQZ, 152217-'ELA5 1 'f 4 454 n Qanv l SA Warren R. Harness SA Theodore T' Hope SA Stanley E. jackson SA William Landfald SA jeffrey Martin SA Winston G. Rozar SA Lorne D. Turner SA Derrick Williams 5 .. I rm T P rt 1 ri 'Y , fl . M-, 123+-vw F-. WF 2 'X 4 LM: H, , '- I " 'P fzxxrx f 0 'if -' ' ' .N.,, SA Edward Williams SR Clarence Porter. -lf hroughout the entire 1986 Mediterranean Deploy- ment, Second Division maintained its reputation onboard AMERICA as being "Second to None." Even with an extremely burdensome workload, including twelve-to-eighteen-hour work days, Second Division managed to maintain a remarkably high morale. During MED 1-86, some of Second Division's accomplish- ments included total rehabilitation of almost all their assigned spaces. This involved completely stripping and nonskidding the decks at refu- eling stations 19.and 21. The un- derway replenishment gear locker was also completely refurbished, freshly painted, and thoroughly or- ganized for better UNREP gear distribution to all of Deck Depart- ment. While rehabilitating this gear locker, thousands of dollars worth of UNREP equipment were sal- vaged and subsequently regularly used. During underway replenishment evolutions, Second Division was quite busy. At Station 21, Second Division received DEM CDiesel Fuel Marinej - the ship's fuel, and JP-5 - the jet fuel. Station 19 is the destroyer rig where AMERICA refueled other ships in the battle group. Commander, Cruiser De- stroyer Group 12 graded Second Division's DD Rig evolution after ENS John H. Dann BM2 Timothy D. Dumond a one-year inactive period. Even with this long period of inopera- tion, COMCRUDESGRU 12 awarded Second Division a score of ninety-eight per-cent. Many hours before AMERICA pulled into liberty ports, Second Division was hard at work. Re- sponsibilities included rigging Deck House 4, which allowed the crew to board the liberty boats, and running the boat and aircraft crane which lowered the boats into the water. They also supplied cox- wains as well as boat dispatchers to run the whole liberty boat opera- tion. During all hours of the day un- derway, Second Division was re- sponsible for rigging a towing spar which was used by AMERICA Airwing to practice bombing on moving craft. Upon completion of the voyage back to the United States, Second Division manned the fantail, where four of the twelve mooring lines were tensioned and stowed. The teamwork necessary to complete the tremendous task was notably evident, and the liberty party was able to go ashore in a minimum of time. That's what really keeps Sec- ond Divisin's morale so high - their willingness and ability to work together to form a team truly "Second to None." ENS Edward P. Cronin BM2 jeffrey A Balknight BM2 Brian L Clawson 35,13 William L, Ijerirnmri DH M1fCh'fll A N'Ch0la5 BM3 Timothy D Benlamin yur "rig-3v'!:G M be f' "" asf'-7f1'52f 10? ...,. jf 75.379134 I, 5 fr.. Ja -r' 5 mn.: K. A if 9' 1s?"r nv mf! .gmc ff! . - -fr - , 1 --Y..-.-31-5.-.-,.-. -N-..::,,,.-A.-af-E.-2.6-Sf.-5.-.5.,a.-3-,atv-xasqvi ,T h -C, - --- f--I . . -.'--.-'rf41113151'-1'-fL'I'221'..2E5'.l55?'l'fff-Ir?521'Fw'?7A21'2i'?i'31lb,'iE? "' i" ' " '12 ' . . -' 3 ' 1 -.52 1- Y .-.'i.Z'l?'t5-.':fi' f"5F5.'1fT-'Lf..'2T4E"-Y:'GZ-"I E51-Eltislffl'12"213iD1- "' . ' ' VP. - . - . .. . rr. 1: ..f'Z:."..---rgi... .1,... f-,,f -.-,1f:fg-9f2.?,':- me - N-.an 42. 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The upkeep of utility boats and personnel boats, includ- ing the Captain's Gig and two mo- tor whale boats, helps us to main- tain dependable water transpor- tation for the crew during liberty ports. The outstanding men of Third Division are functioning well as a team, and it shows in their perfor- mance on the job. During zone inspections throughout the cruise, Third Division spaces were always above average, setting the example for the other divisions to follow. Presently, Third Division has the highest number shipwide of out- standings during zone inspections. Onboard, BMC Stafford and Leading Petty Officer BM2 Gon- zales coordinated all ofthe above jobs, including our SFOMS pack- age for the shipyard, which ranges from space rehab to testing out motor whaleboat davits. Half of this cruise is over, and as 4 Third Division works toward being BM2 Harry H. Gonzales ready for the second half, every man contributes to that goal. Even though we are in port from time to time, we never let our guard down, knowing that we will go back to sea in just a few days and the next port is just around the corner, and all boats must be up and ready to go once again. Third Division con- tinues to work long hours in order to keep the liberty boats ready for AMERICA's crew. Final repairs are being made and preparations for hull painting are underway. Each man in Third Division will give 100fZ, to ensure that AMERICAS boats are ready for each and every port. The division had some new arrivals over the past ninety days, including SR Sjogren, SA Misico, SN Fobb, SA Belvins, SA Cowan, SN Clouse and SN Ciraso. We take great pleasure in welcoming these people to Third Division, and look forward to using their abilities to benefit the division as well as ship. Also returning from other divi- sions are ENS Phillip and BM1 Bower. Third Division would like to ex- tend a "get well" to LTJG Thomas Snead, who left during the middle of the cruise for convalescence. ENS LCSW, S. ph,1i,p BMC Willie D. Stafford l BME Ronald V. King BM2 Timothy Parker BM2 Steve A. Pelon BM3 Mark D. Auxter BM3 Barry Batten BM3 Chl-is Bechdef N l - .... BM3 Jorge L. Borges BM3 Robin H. Boshard BM3 Timothy R. Cocran BM3 Darryl C. Combs BM3 Jeffery L. Echols BM3 Larry S. Elsey BM3 Nicholas E. Kemmerer BM3 Ronald L. Macomber nv.-ff ,.. .. .. in-Q -1-.47-. . ff .--,.4?, ,L C i rr,-wg, ,F : cr.-,...Q...r.T-Lg-,-Lf-1.--.1 BM3 Paul D. Metheny BM3 Clinton D. Panno -f L 1 fe'-"' 1'9"'? 'C 351 5:56-,r-:iii fifitiff " wi "-4'-If 'IP' ff 'ff win ' -al: -'fa":'-fzfgs.-cJ12'12 - --'1..'-.-L W---1-f' f..'9',L-TI -fin L-'fx 2 ?.'1-1' 32111 -ffl: '-- Li 4:41.-74?-5 1-f re? Y-"' 1 ' r.-, ' TvfSi:fif.1::':' Q... 4'ac"' fix' 4' :. 5553-5?W'fi1q?s13's.1-':-:Ltf2?L.2f, '2'f1:1z:'ef'::f'I- f'-2.1if'U-.- . 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Nelson BM3 Larry Aldridge BMS GWSOVY L- Hankins E KEEP AMERICA BEAUTIFUL is an apt description of the du- ties and responsibilities of Fourth Division. From issuing cleaning gear to preserving the ship's sides, Fourth Division is fully involved. Painting is our area of expertise. Whether it be a question of which type of paint to use, assistance in preparing a space for painting, or the actual painting of the ship's sides, we handle it. This includes the task of maintaining adequate supplies of paint onboard for issue to other departments. The largest area of our responsi- bility is the external hull of the ship. The first impression a visitor has of AMERICA is how the sides of this massive ship look. A great part of our man hours and plan- ning is devoted to this task. Essen- tially, this is a 365-day-per-year evolution, required in all weather, day or night, inport or deployed. Additionally, Fourth Division pro- vides spray painting services for in- terior spaces on request. Another active function provid- ed by Fourth Division is the supply and issue of cleaning gear. The Bos'n's Locker becomes a very popular spot when zone inspec- tions are announced. Swabs, corn brooms and general purpose clean- er are our big sellers. In addition to the services we provide to the ship, we also per- form our general boatswain's mate's duties. While the crew sleeps, personnel from our division are standing bridge watches, driv- ing this floating city. Lookouts are posted to keep us all out of harm's way. When fuel and supplies are needed, we are on Refueling Sta- tion +'f17 and Cargo Station 327. It takes great amounts of skill and professionalism to undertake these extremely dangerous evolutions where severe injury lurks behind every movement. Qu- w A A 4' J" , J , M , V x , N 9 ' XL Vw X . W ,bf X -sax - Q, V np A QV Q., fmgwm A . 5.1. ,, 1. 464 SN Cedric V. Paige Y SN Robert S. Rarhbun SN pau' T' Swmbcrg SN Michael E- Tufiker Y SN Vincent AQ Vukerich SA Shane S. Harris SA SCOII A. Kmg SA Sherman R. Mahan ?v- pill 3.,cs - X' ' 2 ,W 1 K, 1 R yi 'K 5 wr Q v 'N- . A..a. ,B .. -:A 'U K 1, ,Lia UQ Lf , gji' , Nj sjwrm I F 51 'uP-NUM . ' P57 ' f3!7if'R '5i15?i?M - ,Z if If ffm' , 1 w 4' at 1 ,4 . 'L x' A" ' Qifaikgel W. A12 HJ 251' ,fn , X . 41, , ,Vx ' X LV, ,FLA A' iislaifi- , 232931311 2,- ' 'U QJHTQQI f gtww V -M fiififl UV. 1: . m1fT?l42'i5:i 'hh 1, Xkeli i, A A I I' 1 6 5 ff V3 5'?5y'rsg?g:,.,ms.-M. I - --:M wr , J, ,, T I V ,1, uf: 355:55-i '.1f nll""'-' F! 4 DE TAL uate from Weapons Station, Yorktown, Vir- giniag Naval Communications Sta- tion, H.E. Holt, Western Australiag Naval Air Station, Whidbey Island, fol- nessee, as Service. He will be accompanied to his new assignment by his wife Linda, and their two children,jen- nifer age ten, and Blake age three, the Oral Surgery va- f.,wg-2-: 5f -v1 -Qt' J -uwaiv-'..:l-.5-xtfrl-'-. fl---faq" ' ' ' -f'-- 4 LCDR Keith Ft Gtutttt LT Rocco M. Babinec LT Philip JA King DTC Dfmd DQ Daily' DT1 Levi R. Aldaba DT2 Mark Feldner DTS Clifford E. Bnlvcu DN Orin C. Anthony -- -12 H a WMW' 1 ,I yy., ' -4 ,iV.,:.,, t, .irigfffi-'v . 1 4 Lp v-qw. .,,.......,... 'FO' ommander George P. Nanos, jr., was born in Torrington, Connecticut, on 11 April 1945. Moving to New Hampshire in 1950, he attended public schools in Bedford and Manchester, graduating from high school as a National Merit Scholar in 1963. At the U.S. Naval Academy, CDR Nanos was selected to pursue independent research as a Trident Scholar. After graduation from the Academy in 1967 he served as Anti-Submarine Warfare Officer and Weapons Officer onboard USS CLENNON CDD 8401. In 1969 he attended Princeton Uni- versity as a Burke Scholar, receiv- ing a Ph.D. in physics in 1974. Returning to sea, CDR Nanos served as Engineer Officer onboard USS FORREST SHERMAN CDD 9311 and as Material Officer on the staff of Commander, Destroyer Squadron Ten. In 1978, CDR Nanos was assigned as the Manag- er for Technical Development in the Navy High-Energy Laser Pro- ject Office QNAVSEA PMS-4051. While in that position he was se- lected as an Engineering Duty Of- ficer in 1980 after twelve years of service in the unrestricted line. CDR Nanos assumed duties as Combat Systems Officer at Nor- folk Naval Shipyard on 17 May 1982. He has served as Engineer Officer onboard AMERICA since October 1984. His personal decorations include the Meritorious Service Medal and the Navy Achievement Medal. CDR Nanos is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Nanos and is married to the former joanne Louise Knowles of Key West, Florida. They have a son, George, age four- teen. CDR George P. Nanos,jr. .... Y , J. J sq, he Engineering Depart- ment encompasses a wide variety of tasks, most of them so common that everyone takes them for granted: the water with which you took a shower this morning, the lights which turned on when you hit the light switch, and the planes that launched when they were supposed to. But does anyone really know who is respon- sible for what, and where all this mystical magic takes place? The Engineering Department supports the others, and together they form a team that can handle anything at any time. A Division handles all the equipment that's not right in the main spaces. B Division makes all the steam used throughout the ship. E Division supplies the elec- tricity and onboard communica- tions systems. M-Division keeps the engines running and provides the water, R-Division effects re- pairs throughout the ship, and the Fire Department protects us from all those potentially dangerous ca- tastrophes that can happen on board a ship of this magnitude. So as you can see, the engineers' tasks are varied, and they roam through- out the ship daily making sure ev- erything is in working order and keeping AMERICA at peak effi- ciency at all times. I Eli' " F, if cl 'Jai -as fa, wi, . 5 r V514 pk 1, ..,, '-g 21 ,:":E', fl E 15 w A 4 IE? 3 I Q, a J - 1 ,j 5 if N? if if er he f are 1. 2 2 ,f fl J fr A 1 Q r- 1- 6 .N Y sr 'z-. .ff ,ANC K4 ., 'ff .rerank-25" .avi-Z-:J .--354. -L' .n...f .11--. - Q, -4.1-LJ w -- - "-1 , - .' -' Y. 3 f' .--,H -: .:f'..,r5:.14fj ,- . 1.-"-.f71m"' E " 4.1751 p',:' '- - gg., .-f-- P v . , :'ji1'-gl,-.r.'S'-?"'f'1jf-LQ:-'I-'?i'.i1:L5QZ-5-7 TA 'Y ,5'3':"aZa'C'3f.lf2Ki33?..1- ' '- 3--:5:"-Zf.i5C:'flg5':Zf:fffigV'3:'I7.'-f' -3"2'T35f:?f'-LQCZ5' ' "T-2'if?Fj3sf.fr'1-?lQ:iff:g ,' -sm.:.na-19-5Q-.221-:'ifsz:-far'-z.:-ef.:af-, 5 .--.1-u..':-fy. :af V f L: --:fre-.:5.'f:L7':E?'::4-if:--- rw. T ' -J -?'C'i91?fEi?-rigs?-:::21f:'f-P.2 -Lfgfzqa,-'.-f:zz-LLCQ1:--1:35-:af. '-ers-3'r-fc f Hp, V. 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All personnel with the exception of YN1 Bailie and FN johnson stand watches in central control as the UV phone talker fdirect sound-powered communications to bridgej. FN johnson stands 2jV phone talker in central control, which is the sound-powered phone direct link between the main and auxillary spaces and the engineer- ing officer of the watch in central control. This is an extremely diffi- cult watch since it means being very knowledgeable in the plant lay-out and how machinery works. These men are very valuable to central due to their expertise and professional watchstanding abilities. The main function of EXOO is to work for the Chief Engineer and principal assistants. The Engineer- ing Administrative Assistant, En- sign Biles, acts as Division Officer and oversees all material entering and leaving the office. With his staff, YN1 Bailie generates and processes as much paperwork a day in engineering as a destroyer or frigate does shipwide. Without this SN jeffrey Ries small group of people the engi. neering department would grind to a halt. Another part of EXOO is the engineering tech library. This is headed up by EM1 Hall and FN johnson. The tech library functions in supporting the entire ship with technical pubs, manuals and prints. Access to this area is limited, but information may be obtained twenty-four hours a day for tech- nical assistance. ,.Q...----1 ,J 472 he Auxillaries Division is part of the Engineering Department and its func- tions are wide-ranging. They affect not only the functioning of the ship, but the health, comfort and morale of the crew as well. The division is organized into eight work centers maned by machinist's mates, enginemen, machinery re- pairmen, electrician's mates, hull technicians and airmen on tempo- rary duty from the Air Department. The hydraulic shop is the work center responsible for the proper maintenance and repair of the work center equipment: the anchor windlasses which raise and lower the anchors, the aircraft elevators which move aircraft between the hangar deck and the flight deck, the boat and aircraft crane which puts the boats in the water, stores conveyers which move the ship's food and supplies, and the steering gear which controls the rudder to steer the ship. This shop is manned by about fourteen highly trained technicians. They are under manned by over 5071 but still have been able to keep their equipment running by working long, hard hours. Galley maintenance shop installs and maintains the galley and laun- dry equipment and associated sys- tems. This equipment includes sculleries, refrigerators, freezers, milk dispensers, the laundry and dry cleaning equipment, and the hot water heaters. This is only part of the equipment that these thir- teen proficient and dedicated pro- fessionals keep running for the Comfort of the crew. The air conditioning and refrig- eration services are the responsibil- WY Of the AC8cR shop, which is Staffed with some of the best re- frigeration machines in the navy. They operate and provide tempera- ture control to electrical and elec- rronic equipment, living and berth- Ing. areas, offices and shops. A Vaflefy Of areas not included in the Shlpls air conditioning loop are Serviced by package AXC units. Af1Other very important area of re- SP0r1Sibility are the chill boxes and 5f0rage freezers needed to preserve Pef1Shable foods for the crew's sus- fc-nance. The oxygen and nitrogen gener- ' ' ' ' I " r " - 'T-" '-'P:TI-'-.-'S'--L'-'ff.'v1:?'F5--TE'-zfzr.af- " :rv ' . 1 ' -. T' 3: " -i ' i:----:.12- f-'-':. - 'ai .':5'.41:,!1 'L--.-'L' - - . Y. Y- - 'rj . 5:-, . V Q- '. ---1-.--,7,,?.:,.g-5.1. jig.. :32,,,:c 053,- NG ating work center operates and maintains two separate plants. They are capable'of supplying six hundred gallons of liquid oxygen and nitrogen daily. These twelve highly trained cryogenic techni- cians repair and maintain reefer units, air compressors, liquid and vacuum pumps and compressed air piping and valves through out the ship. There spaces are kept spotless to minimize the danger of explo- sion of fire due to oil or dirt con- tamination. "Do not worry, we have it cov- ered" is the motto of the boat shop. Their area of responsibility includes the operation, repair and maintenance of the three GM16- 567E diesel engines that drive the three ship's emergency power gen- erators, along with ten of the ship's nineteen fire and flushing pumps. The boat shop also has responsi- bility for the overhaul and repair of the sixteen CHT pumps. The task for which this work center is wide- ly known is the maintenance, repair and operation of the ship's boats. The vent shop is charged with the maintenance and cleaning of installed ventilation and air condi- tioning filters, and the cleaning of air supply vent ducts extending from the skin of the ship to the first air pre-heater plenum. They also maintain the ship's convection steam heaters and the hotel steam service. This ship is manned by eight skilled technicians from A Division or TAD from other de- partments. The machine ship is manned by twelve highly trained and dedicat- ed professionals who operate metal lathes, milling machines, drill presses and grinders to fabricate parts needed to keep shipboard machinery and aircraft in opera- tion. Engraving and locksmith ser- vices are also provided by this work center. The machinery repair- men not only provide service to AMERICA, but also for other ships of the battle group. Clerical and supply services for the division are provided by the work center EAOO, composed of four dedicated individuals very knowledgeable in their own rates but also with excellent back- grounds in administrative sup- ply skills. . LT joel C. Reaves ENS Daniel R. Hermann ENS MMM. W' Hume Jr. CWO2 William Casiano MMCS Warren G. Kear MMC David L. johnson 1, qitfiil Eduardo Prado ENC Fernando Rodriguez 'ik-P" ' ' Q4 'Q'Zx"f3' ,Agia-T Apisj-J - -I - 1--1 - wwf. --r '-. '.-2-sr- '1 .se 1-1. '.aS"f1: -. ,.. - ' -:1fK:f1ff1'r:fff.1 of J- ff' , ,-fa g,ga.-fq4Q,,:'-- 4 P as-., - ' 7 ll I. N l l V 1 N 474 NWA' Z1 ..r"" ...ll MRC Robutj lhurp FN1 Mlchael L Campbell MM1 Stephen C Krarrs MM1 Roger L Manz MM1 Wallace F Pnrrman Hxl Raxmome A Rxchardson MM2 Alb W. A 'Y , an mos MM2 Alan S' Brown MM2 jeff Crouell EN2 ames D. Liebng MR2 ames E. Pennybaker MM L i ' 2 my D- PM Mmz stanley P. sam Mm Elijah 5, wmv ' - , H- . ., -' '-wa-f -:'-r.Jf:1::".,ff,.u:.- ' ' " ' --f . 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Kemezys FN7, M4 ' T i iciael A. Mancini MMR Stephen T, Martin 5' 3 f 1 , . ,f lr as 1 l A I V ' l' , . sal, H .,,iA,,, ,hfr ,flu 14.4 fel! km. , V fly 1 J ll l l l A ' f FN Anthony Comilla FN EriC C. Dye MMFN Egerron E- Gill ENFN Lancelot A. james ENFN Samuel D. McBurney FN Craig P. Mehler FN John E- Mfffymafl MMFN Anthony D. Morgan FN Gregory Payne FN Edwin R, Pggle FN jeffrey Rishel IQNITN Rqyglney L, Smith FN Kevin L. Swanson MMFN Stanley Williams e El2T7?Z2.'1i9:2f-H1gr-z' ' I - "gg .wg-5 3 1' -'1-Q7-jf, 5,-' f ,' ' -L-,. -dwjm' : -- ' ' 37327151 fL1'TZ'?4-34.17. f , 75 ?i"1':"T"'Tf 7 FA Chad W. Dossetr FA Kenneth Kelley FA Hermes' Moiica FA Ronnie K. Perdue FA Felix S. Pichardo FA Phillip L. Tillinghast FA Daniel L. Tredway FA Bobby M, Vaughn MMFA Anthony L. Villarreal MMFR Kevin C. Davis FR Wade H- Osfmnder EMFR Evfiflgflisfa Santiago MMFR Ronald K- Smith MMFR Donald F. Xvoodard Yi FR lames L. XX'r0C complex repairs. LT Daniel A. Kellett ENS Jeffery Turner BTCM Walter Miller BTC George W Carbaugh BTC Gary E. Helfrich t is steam propulsion that moves AMERICA through the water and turns her four screws toward harm's way, and it is B Division that maintains the eight 1200 psi "D" type boilers and aux- iliary equipment that keep AMER- ICA going. Working night and day in hazardous and arduous sur- roundings, watchstanders continu- Ously check gages, valve align- ment, and look for steam and oil leaks. These individuals are a high- ly trained and professional part of the engineering team. There are ex- Pells in repair, maintenance, and flPCration of sophisticated propul- 510f1 Systems that would rival any SQGH stateside in factories or elec- Frlcal Plants. The job is hot, exact- lllg, and physically tasking. Tem- peratures can reach over 100 Cle8f9f?S Fahrenheit, and hot steam I fry. That is why safety is a lmmall' Part of the BT's job. The Oil Lab tests water samples ind fuel fO,ensure proper chemistry is ' - - . maintained in the boilers and fliiod fuel iS available to burn. It is . 6 BTS that ensure enough water is a 1 . V211 able for propulsion and er- lines can BTC Robert W. Kennemore plies the water and ensures its high quality and standards. B Division maintains and staffs its own boiler repair shop, fully equipped with capabilities that rival those of a tender. Boilers must be opened every 2000 hours of steam- ing and be inspected, cleaned, and repaired. The boiler repair shop en- sures that those repairs are made and that the boilers ously maintained so ready whenever the quires it. Members technical rating, BTS are continu- they will be mission re- of a highly attend many specialized schools to develop the techniques required to accomplish Underway, the BTS maintain a 24-hour-a-day operation, but the job is not finished when the ship gets into port, because it is in port when most repairs have to be con- ducted. AMERICA has one of the largest propulsion plants in the world, and to keep her fit and ready for action is an exacting task requiring continuous attention to detail underway and many long hours when in port. Having won sofmel needs A - tlie Engineering Red during tion as Well - service organdiza- rms coinpetiltive cycle, andvhaving engine I HS fi primary part of me gngr giiffm-apiii-zhcfcl an overall. score efmg Plant, B Division slap- ' ez- f'u:13pa:i-fi-w-.' -f Q BTC Thomas C. Rotton BTC Gary L Scribner BTC Francis J. walsef BTC LWY Wllson cises, B Division continues to maintain a superlative standard of engineering excellence. 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EleCtriC21l watchstations are manned twenty- four per day to ensure that 60- cycle, 3-phase power is continu- ously generated to supply all loads from air search radars and main machinery space alarms to personal computers and ice cream ma- chines. Interior communication watchstations are also manned to ensure that communication neces- sary for organization and coordi- nation of this large man-of-war is clear and uninterrupted. The work- centers of E Division and their in- dividual responsibilities are listed below: E DIVISION ADMINISTRA- TION WORKCENTER QEEOOQ is responsible for divisional paper- work, correspondence, training, di- visional supply, damage control, and compartment cleaning. MAIN LIGHTING WORK- CENTER CEEOU is responsible for installation and maintenance of all lighting circuits, receptacle circuits, and 115-volt, 60-Hz distribution from the second deck to the 03 level. EE01's boat shop maintains the battery locker as well as the electrical systems for the ship's two lifeboats and eight small boats. ELECTRICAL SAFETY woRKcENTER fEE01Dj is fe- sponsible for the implementation of the ship's electrical safety pro- gram, including the repair and dai- ly issue of portable electric tools, the conducting of electrical safety training, and electrical safety test- ing for all shipboard portable, mo- bile and personally owned electri- cal and electronic equipment. ELECTRICAL POWER WORKCENTER CEEOZD is fe- sponsible for electric motor re- wind, the repair and maintenance of ship's ventilation and 440-volt controllers above the main deck, air conditioning units, electrical heaters, refrigeration plants, winches, sliding padeyes, and elec- trical steering gear. CONVEYOR AND ELEVA- TOR WORKCENTER and FLIGHT DECK LIGHTING WORKCENTER fEE05D are re- sponsible for the repair and main- tenance of visual landing aids, navigational and security lighting, personnel and aircraft elevators, 88 side and hangar bay divisional doors, the boat and aircraft crane, all stores conveyors, JP-5 refuel- ingfdefueling stations, high-ca- pacity firefighting foam generating stations, oxygen and nitrogen COZNZD generating plants, and 400 Hz electrical distribution to helo and aircraft starting stations. ELECTRICAL DISTRIBU- TION WORKCENTER fEE04j is responsible for the maintenance of all electrical equipment in the main and auxiliary machinery rooms and in the pumprooms. This equipment includes the six ship's service turbo generators, their associated main electrical switchboards, three emergency diesel generators, air conditioning plants, air compres- sors, electrical fire pumps, ventila- tion, main space lighting, and the pumps and motors used by major machinery. FORWARD IC WORK- CENTER QEEIOD is responsible for the installation, maintenance and repair of all aspects of the ship's telephone system. AFT IC WORKCENTER fEE06j is responsible for the main- tenance of all "IC" navigational equipment including the MK 19 Gyro, DRAI, DRT, PT512, Engine Order Telegraph, underwater log, and all synchronous transmission systems. SOUND-POWERED TELE- PHONE WORKCENTER fEE08j is responsible for the installation, maintenance and repair of all sound-powered telephone string box, and switchboard circuits and related equipment. MC SHOP CEE07D is responsi- ble for the installation, mainte- nance and repair of the general an- nouncing system, the flight deck and hanger deck announcing sys- tems, and all LS-5181519 intercom units fBitch-boxesj. ALARM SHOP CEE09j is re- sponsible for all alarm and warning systems in the main and auxiliary machinery spaces, magazine door alarms, fire and flooding alarms, and the ship's security alarm sys- tem CCKT FZJ. All personnel in E Division strive toward one common goalg to provide excellent service to the crew of AMERICA. During 1985 E Division did all this and more, In SRA, E Division personnel worked on habitability projects and on 5h1PYafd repair work throughout the Shlp' ManV long hours were logged to ensure that AMl+'lfiiLf,x was fully prepared for her light-off exam and sea trials. The next hur- dle in the excessively tight work- up schedule was refresher training. All drills and admin programs passed, and the division immedi- ately began preparation for her op- erational propulsion plant exami- nation. Outstanding performances were turned in by many division members in passing this major hurdle for the Engineering Red All electrical, alarm, and indi- cating systems connected the pro- pulsion plant were 10096 functional for the pre-OPPE inspection. The division watchstanders demon- strated excellence in passing all electrical drills, and the administra- tive programs, including electrical safety, again passed inspection. Af- ter a departmental picnic, the divi- sion and ship left for the North Atlantic and NATO Operation Ocean Safari. Liberty in England was enjoyed by all, and prepara- tions were made for the last step in winning the Red "E": 3M Inspec- tion. E Division was the last divi- sion in Engineering to be inspected and the outcome of the inspection hinged on the E Division's spot checks. As evidenced by the red letter "E" painted on the stacks, the division and department passed the final inspection. The year of 1986 has also seen many outstanding accomplish- ments. The red "E" was awarded to AMERICA, ORE and Fleetex 1-86 were passed, rushed preparations to deploy were made during the shortened POM period, and the Mediterranean Cruise, including the numerous actions against Libya was successfully completed. Throughout all, E Division contin- ued to bring credit to this com- mand by rewinding motors and providing assistance for other commands whenever possible, All special evolutions, including the Miss USAXUSO tour, were made successful by 10096 support from the Electricians Mates and Communications Electricians of AMERICA. All E Division mem- bers can be rightfully proud of the impact they have had on every mission of AMERICA, and the im- Pacf fhe AMERICA has had on the rest of the world. Interior cwos john 12. Huck ENS Amold Pon ENS Robert J. PCYYY ,, ...-.-p- - 1- ,,f S.. 1 1 1 I I H 1 i Q 3 'N l 4 ga i v 1. - " T '75 ii -1:7f'g',1i1","' .-:.r1 ,, ,x-1--t Y - . ' -' 'M f--fv -4 --: Lv- ,,-..:-1.3-1 J,-- , ?ff - ,.,,1.1..-,':f,.,. -V. - ,LO -. 1:-- 1- - , , 1- R gg, 1 , 5 -7.-:," r e.,.-.-,,L.5.-.-..g,.1v,.1-' AN V- E 14- 55 f',,g,'f.,f""L,f2'wQ5fQ5-f.,'4f. ,-g3:,,,,-- , -, , .,.-1 fu' ,' . A "", , e, 5' - - , -, .-.. 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Sovek FN Tyler Spires EMFN Randal G. Stone ICFN Douglas M. Swagerty l l . EMFN john P. Ward FN Kevin L. Wood FA Christopher Arbasak ICFA Timothy S- Moses 4 - . f--1.--,-..,.. Y-.r-,uf .,,.,.,g-.,- -..-U, . , , ., -A f,-,V --. 4- -.-Y F, , 1 --g .- ..,.-.-.:- --.-f'..i. - -W1.a,.2.- ,., I , , . H. ,.,..,- A, ,. . .. fEP,SxQ2'14H1.f.,-.--., viz.--....4-,,,, .,. ,.. ,. .,.. ,,. H... . . .. ,. M-.. .,, , .-.,,-. -.- .., . .,. -..... . , '1 11 ,. 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 ls 1. 11 111 1' 1 4, 11 R31 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 , 1 1 tl 1' 111 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 111 11 1 1 aa:...,.- ganna-.'.1'1. ......a.f-- 'fra' ,. .1 1 .,l 1 I1 1 1 i 1 .11. 111 11 "1 4 LTJG Gary R. Brightbill MM1 Goddfredo V. Buenaventura he Machinist's Mates of M. Divison are a group of hard-working, indu- trious individuals responsible for propelling AMERICA to her as- signed destinations. To the rest of the crew they are fondly known as "Hole Snipes." Their job is difficult, one that requires determination and meticulous at- tention to detail - a job that M Division performs admirably. It takes a great deal of skill and dedication to operate and main- tain the four massive 70,000- horsepower engines and associat- ed machinery onboard AMERICA. Due largely to the dedicated professionals of M Di- vision, AMERICA never missed a commitment and always sailed on time. M Division also operates and maintains the six ships service turbo generators required to pro- duce electricity for use through- out the ship. Every time AMERI- CA prepares to leave Norfolk, these machines are placed in op- eration and are not secured again until our return to home. The generators require both MMS and EMS to produce and distribute the electricity so vital to the suc- ENS james Marion MM1 Forrest C. Burrell cess of the ship's mission. It is interesting to note that with all six generators on line enough electricity is produced to supply the needs of a small city! M Division is also responsible for many other very important and complex machines. Of major interest and concern to the crew are the operational capabilities of the deslaination plants. These are the evaporators - the machines that transform the ocean's salt water to fresh water for boilers, showers, cooking, washing clothes, and of course showers. AMERICA has five of these plants with a total combined ca- pacity of 380,000 gallons per day! Although this is truly a massive amount of water, a ship as large as AMERICA can easily use that much and more. Thanks to the conscientious watchstanding and meticulous attention to detail of the watchstanders of 51791 and 1752 Auxiliary Machinery Spaces, AMERICA never had to go on the dreaded water hours. The job of the MM is com- plex, varied and difficult. It is one that is most vital to the successful mission accomplishment of AMERICA. MMCS Paul M. Steinke MMC George R. Cole II MMI Roger D' Davis MMI Brian L. Douvier MM1 Frank E. jones MMI Darion E. Kidwfll MMI Ri11.1.111 s. 1.1-11t11 MN1,l0hn 5- Mfkod MMI Nelviue R. Smith MM2 I-0l1iS D- Allen MM2 Matthew Baker MM2 Robert D. Borowski 1 V MM2 Michael A. Brand MM2 johnny R. Clover MM2 Donald N. Dubeau MM2 Steven A. Fulton MM2 Darrell L Lashway MM2 Charles Lynch MM2 T1rnothy P Rerlly MM2 Wrllram -I Renz MM2 Steven M Reynolds MM2 Scgft D Snyder MM2 George E Stevens MM3 jose A Almodovar ., iii? Q? effd 'ff 2' r z 4 1 i -1 .u ,., Val' J 1' H MW Rl 'Q ar M , I. .' X 1 z w .. sm .ffl 1 F, - ' w gf? M W Wiz, 22.1. 'Sym .. F ,f l ,, ww ,X V 1, v 1 ,, ' 1 V, r .w 1. 1. w ' N 1 V .. V - M f X ,V 1 . M 4" " M ff 5 ,N N f J i n , , 1 N ug . , x 5 ' n : - V' .T 1. , M 1 ' , 3 g za S L 5 , .,,. , H 4. 4 1 1 Av, MM5 john R. Baker Mm stephen W. 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Mosley epair Division aboard AMERICA is com- prised of hard-working individuals who are always need- ed and ready to keep AMERICA operating in tip-top shape. The pipe shop and shipfitter s shop are always busy in maintain- ing repairing or manufacturing any type of mechanical metal or industrial piece of equipment. During the deployment these two shops are responsible for repair- ing a four-foot crack in an avia- tion fuel tank high pressure steam pipes for the jet catapults and the ever-important accomo- dation ladders which allow the entire crew to man the liberty boats. The need for frames plaques and small boat repairs are always extensive aboard AMERICA and are handled by the ship s carpen- ter shop. The carpenters also built stages at a moment s notice which were use for such events as the CNOS visit and the Miss USA show. The damage control shop is responsible for maintaining the extensive and vital damage con- trol items in repair lockers fill over the shi p. Thi. . ,Vw was '1 s responsible f . r -I .Jig ,W j LT Howard E. Moore EMCM Norman Woodrow major repairs in the ship's void spaces. The lightwater shop also per- forms an important role in main- taining the ship's hicap and locap stations. These stations provide emergency firefighting foam throughout the whole ship. The trouble call shop is one of the busiest shops aboard AMER- ICA. These emergency repairmen are always ready to fix broken lights leaking pipes clogged commodes or any other minor casualties. The QAXP 81 E ship performs as essential task in ensuring that repairs and maintenance work in the Engineering Department are performed correctly efficiently' and in a timely manner. Also under the jurisdiction of Repair Division is the Fire De- partment. These indiyiduals 'i e on call twenty -four hours '1 day' to respond immediately' to any breakout of fire or flooding on- board AMERICA. 'l'l eir lo M ant rigorous training has j ri l off L 1' WOIIL Ct I .l t ' ltrolled tlirec liircy t . ' f t e' s' ' Q - LT Christopher L. Wall HTCS William Pelland HT1 Thomas D. 53885 im im-mn 1'- Bu rr0U!-h 7 T 3 7 7 Y T Y 1 v 5 f Y U Y T .. ,, I 7 7 I ' ' . . r I , . . Y ' 1 1 np' I I . ' 1. L as the men resj l l ty nl UN A s liar toultl V luv' -I Ill flgttl out ot li mtl intl J I LRlllSL'kl il lll.ljUl ti.ll.lx1,'rwjwjjy Q "W .l o G I ' all I I fill ll nl I , ' -I- ,I I II I II I I I I I I I I I I I I II III I I , I , I ' I I I I, I Ii I I 1 I II V I II I I I 'III 1 If I I, I fi I II I I' I II I II I I 'I I I II I Il I I I I III , II I I I I II I I I I II I I I I: I I II I' I II ' 1 I f I I I ,II I I I I: I I ?. I I-I I 'II II I II ' II III II I, I I I I ,I II III I II: Ii 1- I 'W N , I I'I I I I III III ,II' III' I: ,I II' X, ,JW I I If ,I V I YV- --I . ' ,A '. , ,Ag -.-,-:.,- - J.f-'I-Sqn'-..1 - "TK::'wg'D1U mHmQ.. lf- .'-',u.'f1'.'u-yr," at .. v: -' , .- ' , 4 1EJE6l fy il FE? 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Nicholls ms Raymond Vamf' HU Randl D' Ward 5 my mmm l l HT3 Keflflffh H- Woodson FN Michael S. Briggs FN Robert C. Cox HTFN Darryl L, Dowell z Q. ' ' '-N ' If 3 ,, l-uxxxx HTFN William j. Gutches HTFN Duane Gordy FN Keith XV.jz1rliHOc' HTFN Danielvl. Kulenda V11 1 1 1 1 ,lk 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 lx. 11 1 11 1 I 11 1 1, 11 V. IU .17 1211 111 11 11 11 11 1 l 11 19 ll ,. 11 11 15' '1 11 1 1 , M wi .1- 1, 1 1 T 1 11-1 11112 1 I 1 115 1 1 11 11.1 11 1111 ,. 1 1 1 1' ' 11 1 Q 1 1 1, 1, 1 W, 1, 1. ' 1 11 11 111 1 1 11 nl 1 11 1 III 111 111 X , 1 1 1 . 11 11 1 1 1 1, X ' ' Vv- -q - V '- V , '-A-Y-.' - 1-1'--4.--"-.L -""--i:,:-.c'-P--'.4-vh21".'l:- 6.1155-zbZiSLT4'.c-1:3--. 1- .-. 'Z -H - --'V uf '-I . ' ' ' - Fire Departm ent l g l CWO2 Peter R. Stevens l HT2 Andrew Soto ire Department is an elite group of men tasked with the main responsibility of responding to any fire onboard AMERICA. These men come from many different divisions on tem- porary duty. But many have ex- tended their billet to remain in the Fire Department, because of the challenge of such an assignment. Tension is paramount when the fire bell is sounded. Every ear is turned to hear the announcement of where the fire is located. Fifty- two men, screaming "Make a hole", charge to obtain firefighting gear from the respective repair locker. Every man knows his jobg every man knows the dangers in- HT1 Charlie F Aiken HT2 Tffffy A- Mhfnfflfff ABEZJOM A' Daniel HT3 Robert E. Blakeley volved. AMERICA's Fire Department is unique in that it is one of two in the entire fleet. The high level of firefighting knowledge comes from long hours of training, both on the job and in the classroom. All new personnel in the Fire De- partment are well versed in the dangers of fires, and also in their causes and effects. Fire Department also handles the upkeep of all fire stations, fire- fighting equipment, and ballistic doors and hatches onboard. AMERICAS Fire Department has been called "The Best in the Fleet". The absence of fires on- board justifies such a title. ABE3 Kenneth S. Courter HT3 Robby Hood MMS Gary C. Krentz IC3 I-affl' Martin int im, vt tt ,i...i.i,. mu mm- MINS ,.l HT3 David A, Moody HT3 Roosevelt Ollie i l eo l HT3 Michaelj. Poirier HT3 Samuel E. Pride HT3 Nicholas W. Raker HTS David Velasquez HT3 jeffrey P. Wagner FN Phillip A, Berryhill MMFN Dennis E. Bowers SA Thomas F. Parry PM Alan R. Rowles HTFN jimmie L. Shelton AA Pere Kalal ABAA Herbert Schroeder . - ,V , . -if f , we ffefffrrfff-r. -: w-fit'-52"1f? '?i5'11:1 :, ' '5Pi2Ef2fQ:,E'1f?fffE'fT - - 'rr -- .swf-1 ' -fifcizzzvfdl-:f"f+if'-I-ENS". :ff p'. , .. , , , :Earle-,Q--1:.v.f":r'1'1'+?F45 - "--G2-11-'fire 11L'f5K54L'l1:ii -V . r A , -f:?e'?fg--,A ' ' A-1553515Qfgg,33ggat'ts,H 5-jAi 1.. -'fri I 1-- -1 gy: .gif?zf:-21, 5--if ' .W 521: 39215 9525 .11 f J fe sffz. A 1 12:12 fwf- EXECUTIVE CDR james Bailie ommander james Mat- thew Bailie graduated from Frederick College in 1966 with a BS degree in Chemis- try. Entering the Navy via the Avi- ation Officer Candidate program, he was commissioned an Ensign in january of 1967. Upon receiving his designation as a Naval Aviator in May of 1968, he was ordered to Helicopter Combat Support Squadron TWO CHC-27, Lake- hurst, Nj, with primary duties as an SAR pilot embarked in attack air- craft carriers of the Atlantic Fleet, including extended deployments on USS SHANGRI-LA CCVA-38j and USS INDEPENDENCE CCV- 62j. His next duty assignment was in HC-2 as an instructor pilot with the replacement pilot shore com- ponent. In july 1973, CDR Bailie reported to Helicopter Anti-Sub- marine Squadron Light THIRTY QHSL-305 in Norfolk, VA, for Fleet Readiness Training and the subsequent assignment as a plank owner in HSL-34. In 1975, he de- ployed as Officer-In-Charge of 510 HSL-34 DET ONE on USS TRUETT, the squadron's first op- erational deployment. He than at- tended the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, CA graduat- ing in December of 1978, with a MS in Acoustical Engineering. CDR Bailie's next tour was with HSL-32, where he served as Main- tenance Officer, Safety Officer and detachment Officer-In-Charge. In March of 1981, he reported to the Commander, Naval Surface Force, US Atlantic Fleet, and served as the Air SAW Officer for the surface type commander. Commander Bailie next served as the Chief Staff Officer for Helicopter Sea Control Wing ONE. In june 1985 he re- ported to his present assignment as Executive Department Head on board USS AMERICA. CDR Bai- lie is married to the former Sondra Basemore of Norfolk, VA. The Bailies have two children: a daugh- ter, Tracy 16g and a son, Brian, 13, and currently reside in Virginia Beach. Command Master Chief ABCM Conrad E. Sissell lthough many do not know it, the members of Executive Department affect the lives of all crewmen aboard AMERICA. Whether it's making sure a person is ready for advancement or passing out letters and packages from back home, Executive Department's many tasks make sure AMERICA's crew can get the job done. When new personnel report abroad, the members of "I" Divi- sion make sure that those new crewmembers get a favorable im- pression of our giant warship. "I" division also schedules indoctrina- tion classes to help the new AMERICAmen adjust to the fast- paced life of an aircraft carrier at sea. Most people only think of the Education Services Office when they are preparing for advancment, but ESO is a year-round job. Mak- ing sure crewmembers have all the necessary paperwork needed for advancement is only part of their job. Other tasks include ordering correspondence courses and ad- ministering tests for various pro- grams offered to Navy personnel. While in port or at sea, ESO also provides college courses for credit through the PACE program and helps crewmen obatin a high school diploma by administering GED exams. Making sure crewmembers' per- sonnel records are in correcr Order is. the Personnel Offices responsi- bility. Virtually every milegtqyne 3 person achieves in his Naval career is entered in his service record. The men in the personnel office make sure that information is recorded Correctly in their records. The of. fice is also responsible for ensuring that all temporary duty, transfers and Ctliergericy leaves are liginrllr-tl expeditiously, Whether underway or inporr, mail is very important. The Postal Clerks of Executive Department know this and make very effort to ensure mail is delivered to AMER. ICA crewmen as quickly as possi- ble. The post office also handles packages and sells stamps, enve. lopes and money orders as another convenience for the crew. The Public Affairs Office prob. ably holds one of the most visible jobs in the department. Underway the journalists produce a nightly thirty-minute newscast which is broadcast over one of the ship's three television channels. PAO is also responsible for running the Ship's Information, Training and Entertainment Systems, which is an around-the-clock task. When me- dia come aboard, PAO is there to ensure the visitors get the informa- tion they need and make sure they get a favorable impression of the Ship. Whether it's printing a thirty- page familygram or a Plan of the Day, the print ship makes sure that their product is first rate. The Li- thographers take on a job that is often taken for granted but vitally important. Their work center is re- sponsible for producing all print work on board, as well as complet- ing jobs for the ship's airwing and battle group. If attending one of the many occupational schools the Navy has to offer is in your future, the Yeo- men in the training office will make sure everything is on track. They make sure crewmen have ful- filled prerequisites prior to attend- ing certain schools and also ensure all the proper paperwork is com- pleted before the crewman reports to school. Also, the Training Of- fice is resonsible for the proper training of AMERICA's Naval Re- serve Unit, when they are assigned to AMERICA for Active Duty Training. The Captain's Office ensur'-'ES that all officers' records are in proper order and also handles spe- cial correspondence and pr01CCf5 for the ship's Commanding Offi- cer. When officers arrive on board, their first stop is the Captain's Of- fice where all administrative check-in procedures are complet- ed. If you find yourself on a tour Q0 Rome or at a medieval banquet in Spain, you can almost be sure that Special Services made that tour available to you. They set up tours when the ship visits various P0115- When AMERICA is in her IIOIIIC' port of Norfolk, Special SCfVlCe5 offers tickets to movie theaters and other fat'ilitieS at greatly fedufed prices. And they even Pfovlde Q "'X if NN, a w, 5 - 5'5f,i4f.?'iifif:'f 32, L. X , .qr-7,5., . A :.wN,g :.x T, Q 'STS rx!" Cyl' "X ,F xntzfi -1' -.1 ' "-5?2- ilizifaiff, 1, . ' . ' -, 2.g2,.22fj5' H. . 1 . . -,529 ., '- f-+,. - Sa Lx K: L. REVER- E153 .v Y ' 'j' 1 1 Q , , ' 5, ,V ' ' 1 , ' s .J -' ,Lg-5 ! M, L Q. v L M. ,z x I 1, N vf'-1 1- ,mf , .u 3: 'y.,. ' a x 'uf -NS.,-5 i gu3ffz,3g A. . '4'T'..C,'l- -J 7 ' r - , :-',-..-,- - ' -af, - , X.-,ni Hi" 'f T- - .i , 1,-,z - - Jn,-qrf n- - ' -- x Q-.:+'. t- ,, , -rw ' C x J .-+751 UQ, V, . ' 1 Captains OIFIGCC r,,,.q-c :.i-"r""? l r - 6' al gain- 1 ,.o N I YM1 james C. Statesman YN2 John R, Seay YNSN Rodney E. Miller transportation to many of them. Special Services also maintains the ship's gym, outfitted with various equipment to help keep AMERI- CA in shape. 'Like any large community, AMERICA maintains its own po- lice force. The Master-At-Arms force is comprised mostly of per- sonnel assigned for temporary duty, but also has members who specialize in law enforcement. The MAAs act as crowd control during special events and also control the ship, ensuring that regulations are obeyed and enforced. The Legal Office provides pro- fessional legal services for the ship. They also provide services for indi- vidual crewmembers who need a Power of Attorney, wills, or notari- zation. Sometimes life at sea or inport is hard to deal with, and that's where Drug and Alcohol Abuse Advisors come in. They help crewmembers deal with abuse problems through education and personal counseling. And finally, the Executive Ad- ministration Office acts as Depart- ment Office and also handles spe- cial tasks directed by the ship's Executive Officer. From VIP visits to the daily PODs, the YNs keep it together. 512 YNSN Anthony Wrllimison SR Ronald P. Vannote , ,r r sn Q it-A - 5- ' x I t f 1 i 1 X LT Delbert Miller YN ' ' W' r 3 Dann K. Winegardner YNSN .hmmm Gllu SN David F, Gonzalez Executive Admffl usplqg qwgwf gg sguuppew -S Uqof NSNCI 1 I ,V , . uauuuxg 'X QJQUUQH QNd sung 'H uxegmm 1Nd 'lf 07lP10l-I 'H 0'-'!l!"bV TNd quoyl HSN ZOIXD OH 971 'IA U0SdU10LLL LLH A Jqigujl 'f qaauuapl lwg SPOOM "I 9!PP9-'al IDN amopew 'ji oeesl 13N aaug 'f svwoqj, WDDN MAA MACM Nathaniel Ward k MAC stephen M, smdef MM qh,,,,.,phL., 1, f,,,,,.n EMI PWM wading MA1 john Fletcher AM 51 .James Hughes M.-Xl nllmcx P Lung B511 D,-ws-me HA Warner 1 -V- i ' f 9 ,fi 1 I I W 11 5 l s 4 S l .Iff1fE2i"T S- 1 aw fi : 93: 5:eficiififillsm.-Af-'rihifiw-:is e5:.A.it.:L '11-21.6 -il ' Q 1: " -'12.ai:3i:'cifbsbszlskirEi54iv:ia 1LQ::a'3::5:3f3551'' ' ' "riff 2 l MA1 Ronald N. W1lson MA1 Ronald E. Melvin MA2 Roberto Garcia ABF2 Dean C. johnson V ,, M3 KCUUCIH T. 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In 1972 he graduated from Cornell University, receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree with distinction, and was commissioned an ensign through the NROTC program. Dr. Stewart subsequently served at sea as a surface warfare officer and navigator onboard GARCIA CFP.1o4oJ and CHARLES F. AD- AMS QDDG-25. In 1976 he trans- ferred to the naval reserve to attend Albany Medical College in New York. He received his M.D. in 1980 and then completed a year of resi- dency training at Bethesda Naval Hospital, Designated a naval flight sur- geon in 1981, Dr. Stewart reported to the Marine Corps base in Quan- rico, VA, where he was in charge of aviation physical examinations for all flight candidates in the Ma- rine Corps. He established a new branch medical clinic on the flight line of the Marine Corps Air Facili- ty to provide better support for the aviation community. During his tour at Quantico, Dr. Stewart or- ganized and directed operational medical support for the Marine Corps Marathon, Washington, D.C. from 1982 to 1984. He was also the flight surgeon for Marine Helicopter Squadron One QHMX- lj and the Executive Flight De- tachment, supporting presidential travel throughout the world from 1982 to 1985. In 1985, Dr. Stewart reported to AMERICA as Senior Medical Of- ficer. o keep as many men at as many guns for a long as possible, has long served as the credo of the Navy Medical De- partment. On board AMERICA the word "planes" replaces "guns", but the basic premise is still the same. Maintaining the health and wel- fare of a small city of 5000 people with such a diversity of working environments is no small task. Mil- itary members enjoy one of the best health care benefit programs in the world and no where is it more evident than on AMERICA. Approximately fifty medical staff personnel, from ship's company and airwing, including three Flight Surgeons, one Surgeon, one Gen- eral Medical Officer, one Nurse Anesthetist, one Physician's Assis- tant, one Medical Service Corps Officer, and forty-five Hospital Corpsmen provide the finest of outpatient and inpatient care with the most modern diagnostic equip ment available for shipboard use During the Mediterranen de ployment, about 13,000 Navymen including patients from the "Small Boys" Cships operating in compa nyj passed through Sickcall and the Emergency Room, and there were over 100 Medevac missions Total patient visits during deploy ment for all services were about 44,000, including 1100 physical ex ams and 1400 shots. Numerous successful surgical procedures were performed, including the reattach ment of an amputated finger, with out complication. In 1986, total services were 63,000 patient visits It's been said, "Knowledge may give weight, but accomplishment gives luster, and many more people see than weigh". AMERICA's Medical Department shines bright from her decks to the personnel who serve her, and this deployment proved it. True to its motto "AMERICA's Medical Depart ment is second to none ., 2 ' vi- . - '-C '?7f. ' 1'-'ff A 'ii 121212 7 7 7 7 n 1 Q :EX-W: CAPT jolrrr Westbrook LCDR William B. Barber LCDR Thomas N- Th0mPS0fl LT Amhonl Mania LT Stephen Owen LT Frank A. Walker jr 'Hi LUG Thomas Chohany CW03 Frank Mackey HMCS Stephen F. Phillips HMC c ' la. K ff mg au man HMC Daniel R. St. Onge HMC Gregory P. SChullCf HM1 Lewis Morello HM1 Norrriarrd H. Allard lllvll T Wayne W. McBride HMI Frederick R. Reed Lcn1na. 'umnrua xnwnuuvnv xu xx ,. ..-: fx sr ,f x. HM2 Richard Diana HM2 Danny L. Mays HM2 Wallace W- Peffy HM2 Paul A. Reynolds HM3 William P. 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X x 'I awe ,- i gif A 1 ,gi . gf' j X- -ill 1--..,1. .I M, 4 f, CDR William MCCamy ommander McCamy graduated from Mar- quette University in jan- uary, 1968, and entered Aviation Officer Candidate School in Pen- sacola, Florida. Receiving his wings in june, 1969, he reported to Helicopter Attack CLightj Squad- ron THREE in Binh Thuy, Repub- lic of Vietnam, for a one-year tour. Upon return to the U.S., he checked into the Fleet Replace- ment Squadron, HS-1, at Quonset Point, Rhode Island, and then into HS-5 aboard WASP. Following deployments aboard INTREPID, SARATOGA, and INDEPEN- DENCE, he reported to jackson- ville, Florida, as an instructor with HS-1, flying the SH-3H Sea King. His next challenge was with the Personnel Exchange Program in the United Kingdom, where he flew the Wasp helicopter as a flight commander aboard HMS LEAN- DER, and served as Operations Officer and senior pilot with 829 Squadron in Portland, England. Returning to Newport, Rhode Is- land, he reported to the Naval War COllege,junior Course, and qiznlii , fit F?-:yr--,qv Qtmnzlwwf-94652541 4199-112-H-Rf'---1-f ated as outstanding student in june, 1980. His next assignment had him joining HS-9 in jackson- ville, Florida, and deploying aboard NIMITZ. Following this three-year tour, he journeyed to Washington, D.C., and joined OP- O1 as the Principal Assistant to OP- O1B. Six months later he returned to jacksonville and began the preparations for the commission- ing of HS-17 and duty as its HIST commanding officer. In February, 1986, he was relieved of command, and following two and a half months of training, reported to his current assignment aboard AMERICA as Navigator. His personal decorations in- clude: Distinguished Flying CrOSS QZD, Meritorious Service Medal, Air Medal 1295, Navy Commenda- tion Medal 135, Combat ACfi0f1 Ribbon, and numerous campaign ribbons and unit commendations. He is married to the former Car- ol Nuesse of Wauwatosa, Wiscon- sin, and resides in Orange Park, Florida, with his son, William III. and daughter, Kelly. xx if-,gg ' V ff-1 ., , f N B Jug.. m x - -,xmw WN XXL y 1+ 1 W1 if Q 115 LCDR Chris C Ames LT Mark A. Smith LUG Craig Anderson ENS jeffrey D. Wonch QMC Robert Kozich QM1 Mark A. Stefancik QM2 Samuel D. Mayo QM2 Donald E. Raimeri QM3 Ronald J. Aubrey QMS Michael Drarwick M3 Lawrence C. Forbes QM3 Christopher B. Hall QM5 Kevin J. Hunt QM3 Jonathon Keene QM3 Todd A. K b D of ef QM5 james j. Lyons - - ' iffii?- ,f'g:f:a .. ' A if . 5 C - 5 - 7 L. - C 're- r'-'f .i i ' " ' i 'uf' 3"""""" " "J Y 7: L1 , re "" ,f 2.1 , ,ii 1.-4' 47" ,g f' , A , 'I P,-:L ug 1 - ,.. 1 ,ag If 1,9 r t ,' r 1 4' 5 , 1 ' na 1 .JI u,,,f .V " H, f 1 -4 1,,, V rv , , r ,Q , ,, , v, , - ,. , .Q f 4 1-Q mf W' V , . . -M vm.l.gmnmmnuwmLn.emvbmm1H1f ' "-' " " " " QM3 Gabriel Paleffl QM3 Brian D. Mickens QM3 Rogelio Tirado SN Greg A. Dipietrantonio QMSN Garland H. Midkiff SN Morris V. Roberts QMSA Timothy L. St. john SA Ronald S Thomas QMSA Edward G. Wiest QMSR Deval Shorter QMSR George Twigg SR Sam Wyrick ' H V ,n?1,T15'W!"Hf V , V, eq. ,.,, WA,--v . , ir , X ' , ,X . , A ly I' rl 1 N Y , , , ,I sb X K XA N QMSR james Zabenko effkafesx- 1.1: ' Q1.f?i:,+:Ie1, V. ' -' 1 Opera tion 5 he Operations Department, often referred to as the "Heart of Carrier Opera- tions" is responsible for the plan- ning, scheduling, and coordination of the ship and assigned aircraft. To accomplish this broad respon- sibility, the Operations Officer em- ploys the talents of a diverse group of individuals who provide collec- tion, evaluation and dissemination of combat-related information and intelligence, photographic services, meterological services, operational readiness of ship's defense weap- ons systems, and maintenance and repair of electronics equipment. For current and forecast meterolo- gical information and oceano- graphic data, the Operations De- partment relies on Metro COA Divisionj. Here, periodic visual and instrumental observations of weather conditions are taken, compiled, analyzed and transmit- ted for use by Air, Ship Strike, ASW, AAW, and Mine Warfare Operations. In addition, recom- mendations are made for avoiding heavy weather conditions. The Carrier Intelligence Center COZ, OS, OPI provides critical, timely information on the status and in- tentions of friendly and potential enemy forces, making use of the 530 CDR Earl expertise of Intelligence Analysts, Photographic Interpretation Spe- cialists, and Electronics Signals Ex- ploitation Technicians, necessary for the proper planning and execu- tion of tactics to support Navy Maritime Strategy. The Combat Information Center CCICD is re- sponsible for the control and de- fense of air assets, all facets of Sur- face Warfare, ASW, and Electronic Warfare techniques. The Anti-Air, Anti-Surface, and Surface Mod- ules CC-lj locate, identify and track air and surface contacts. The ASW Module CC-31 is responsible for Anti-Submarine Warfare evo- lutions, while Electronic Warfare is accomplished through the EW Module fC-45. The inputs from these specialized modules are cor- related in the Decision and Display Area by the Tactical Action Officer QTAOD, resulting in the collection, processing, display, evaluation and dissemination of tactical and stra- tegic information. The Air Opera- tions Division works closely with CIC and the Air Department to coordinate the safe operation of aircraft. An integral pai-q ,yy ,rm service is provide-fl 2:1 935' fs 2 D. Wolfgang Air Traffic Control Center, which functions as a mini-FAA afloat. The Air Operations Division is also responsible for air logistics coordi- nation, and oversees the operation of the Air Transfer Office. In sup- port of these daily operational functions, the Electronic Material Office provides electronic mainte- nance support shipwide, including repair of Communication Systems COEC Divisionl, Data systems COED Divisioni. Surface Missile systems COEM Divisioni, and Ra- dar systems COER Divisionl. Department administrative sup- port is provided by the Operations Administrative Officer COX Divi- sionl, while daily flight scheduling, contingency and ordnance plan- ning are controlled through Strike Operations. The coordination of these spe- cialized divisional fnnctions en- ables the Operations Office to pro- vide the Commanding Officer with the information .intl assets netm- sary to maintain .'XlXlli1qlg x, H, fn, combat readiness .ind .. I . ii any coruingt-nrt 1 A arl D. Wolfgang is a native of New Waterford, Ohigl He graduated from Crest. view High School in 1962 ancl at. tended Kent State University and Youngstown State University prior to enlistment in the U.S. Navy in November 1965. Commander Wolfgang com. menced active duty at Naval Air Station, Pensacola, on 16 March 1966, as a Naval Aviation Cadet. He was commissioned an ensign and designated a Naval Aviator on 23 October 1967. His initial assign- ment was to Attack Squadron FORTY Two at NAS Oceana, Virginia Beach, VA, for A-6 famil- iarization training. After the com- pletion of training, Commander Wolfgang was ordered to Attack Squagron SIXTY FIVE, where he completed two deployments, one to the Western Pacific onboard KITTY HAWK in 1969, and one to the Mediterranean onboard IN- DEPENDENCE in 1970. Following this tour, Command- er Wolfgang reported to the Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California, where he received a Bachelor of Science Degree in En- gineering Science. In january 1973 he returned to Attack Squadr0l1 THIRTY FOIJR in May 1973, and completed two deploymer1tS I0 the Mediterranean onboard JOHN F- KENNEDY. Commander Wolf- gang reported to Attack Squadr0I1 FORTY TWO in january 1975, where he served as Director of.RC- placement Training, Operations Officer, and Safety Officer. He WS assigned to Commander, Carrier Air Wing TWO at NAS Miramar, San Diego, California, IILIUIIC 1973- and deployed to the West-ern P8- cific onboard RANGER lfl 1979' He again returned to Attack Squadron FORTY TWO In lin- gust 1980, and served as Executlff Officer. then Commanding Om' cer, of Attack Squadron SEVEN- 'rx' Five. During this four!-Ile loved to the Indian Ce' iinhoard the ,IOHN F- FENNE' DY, Commander Wolfgang ni' Portetl to the Naval War College lil November 1935- Ht gmguaie from the College ofN11V3l YI mm in November 1984 and, after CU' mlm. tmimml. fc-ported to AMER. 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Atmospheric and oceanographic conditions also have an effect on every weapons and sensor system in the battle group, from the prop- agation of radio waves in the at- mosphere to the propagation of sound in the ocean. It is the ,mis- sion of OA Division to forecast accurately the state of the atmo- sphere and the ocean and to assess their effects on the operations of the battle group. To accomplish this, the Aerographers Mates use an array of sophisticated equip- ment. Satellite information is re- ceived directly from several differ- ent satellite systems. Using both visual and infrared pictures, the AGS can determine the state of the atmosphere and the ocean over the especially affects airmand surface l AG3 joe L. Archuleta AG3 Michael D. Cairo A63 Steven M- Pesfa AGAN Christopher E. Early entire area of operations. Data re- ceived via different communiations system link the weather officer di- rectly with Fleet Numerical Oceanography Center in Monterey, California. Here, state - of -the - art main frame computers using so- phisticated mathematical models predict the future state of the at- , mosphere and the oceans world- wide. Using these data sources, plus his own knowledge, the fore- caster predicts tomorrows condi- tions and desseminates the predic- tions to the battle group. The weather office is small in numbers, but is composed of highly trained personnel. We re the best and we re proud to be doing it for AMERI- AGAN Sha'-in M- Kelly AGAN james Torres AGAN Donald C. Grimes , 1 ! l l fc . , , ,,, J , P lr! 'ffp X' g 0' f 3 gp X 1: A7 c " M ,141 Q' "Q, 4. -is.-.-,.. 1 -e-4-215192..Piffzf---.ff-if I -' 4 A.--.1-. ... .,-a , - . ,- .. .. . .. . . .., - -. . - , ,,..,..- ,-- . .. . - -. ,. f ' "3 -' g "5 1 ' 1 :' ' 11- 3 ff -:T-if-ii-f13i.'-I,-4111 - "32'-Ezifff'-9E.'1.lE'1i3-'1'i7""" -"has P'-"' Q", .e'1K1J,-.1YJr - is-Gif? 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Q'1jif5,41.-ay-.'i5", 1: -.f.ff'iG1.L'q.'f':P?1 .,..,iE?g,-,yft-"fm Ig.,-.Q-4 Q. 1 ' .""'-' -.:':ii'51,.'-,Q-LI 15-jg:-:g'g:-fgg,t2:,1:Zi"-L-A at - -15'gg".4-P' "- -f ' - 'ff' f' :-1.141 1- ,-ai:ggf.',.f,.-,:'f:54T" 55141 4 5..,.gjg, ,p'g.-1355 . OC C Division is home to CATCC 66, AMERICA'S Carrier Air Traffic Con- trol Center. We are radar control- lers, ticket agents, and flight plan- ners rolled into one. We are known as Air Ops to the schedulers and plannersg as ATO to the travelers and mailmeng and as CATCC to the pilots and aircrew. When flight quarters is called away, the air traf- fic controller section of AMERI- CA'S grand orchestra is already tuning up - getting ready to play a battle hymn for an international audience. We never stop planning, review- ing, and looking ahead. Many times we become a pilot's eyes and ears, and with costly aircraft and priceless lives depending on us, we don't intend to be less than clear and concise across the airwaves. As aircraft approach and depart the ship fthe most critical phases of flightj, we follow everything, from a pilot's name to his mission and fuel state. The controller's respon- sibility is to issue instructions to the pilots. The pilots, in turn, re- spond to the controllers while the status board keepers listen to of it at once while writing backwards - trying to get all the needed infor- mation of the moment. This hap- pens in a non-stop roll of commu- nication, and the trained voices and hands do not cease until the last aircraft is on deck. Much happens in the course of flight operations in our workcenter. During cyclic flight operations, the monitoring and exchange of detains and com- munications, as each pilot gets closer to the fantail and only sec- onds apart from the next, occa- sionally becomes hectic. The Cap- tain watches and listens, everyone involved is anticipating, and in those moments we are using every bit of collective knowledge and skill available to get our planes and crews back safety and at a fevered pace unique to a carrier. We are CATCC 66 - "Finest in the Fleet." We live up to that reputation through pride and excellence in our specialty. Yet through the pride we never forget that we are part of the bigger team: the AMERICA crew. We are most proud of all to say that. CDR Kenneth A. Richardson LCDR Robert K. Walker LT Don M. Holderby LT Donald j. McCarthy LT Odeen L. Tyre ACCS Kenneth H- NCUFOW ACC Marvin L. Bierman Acc Earl E. Hermia. AC1 Mark C- Hvsis ACI Terry I .ve . ' ' 4 ACI Brian C' Norton A AC1 Paul E. Reed AC1 Kevin L. Vandertoorn AC2 Sean K. Beebe AC2 Brandon S. Bentley AC2 Daniel G. Foisy I AC2 Todd E. johnson AC2 Jeffery W. Riley AC3 Scott Gramos AC3 jeffrey M. Hanlin AC3 Thomas A. Jonaitis AC3 Heflfy PCFCZ ACB Pete Schwartz 1 '-24.45 CIOC Ol-Q 1 ' - ' - - ' - A k '.--'- - - ...mera-':'f-. een:-'AQBVGC'it-'eve-:--,,-2-.1-'e .'-Y f --,-, - '- ""' 5 ' 4 " T' YY- - ' -ff: ff '-'erin '-'-f:1:.vr..z1r1Jf.'gwavv4 , , -5.1.1 . -N . - N AQAN Ronald L, Ashcraft ACAN Mark E. Cochran ACAN Thomas A. Decker ACA Evan Flory ACAN Fritz M. Gilbert AN Michael D. johnson ACAN Brian J. Nepfash ACAN David S- Shaffer 3 '!S'Ef'l A aaa 'LAX'-, L ,fx 2 ' Q F ACAN Michael Wade ACAA Paulino Ruiz III V v ACAR Michael West .NX OEC ENS Robert Cross ET1 Anthony P. Gardoza ET2 Richard A. Tanner ETCN Thomas N. Wolszczenski ETC Thomas J, Moody ET2 Edward B. Harrison ET2 David J, Roger-5 Www- 131, 5? 'N l E ETC Les Howard ET2 james A. Skalsky EC Division, better known to the shop at ET Shop One, is responsible for the maintenance and repair of all installed communciations sys- tems to include installed radio recievers transmitters, and trans- ceivers. Also to be included in the list are all antenna couplers, pe- ripheral devices, and cryptographic equipment as well as all portable VHF equipment. The division has enjoyed the prestige of maintaining 100 percent circuit availability with numerous well dones. The un- beatable team will pass on top fu- ture Med Cruise technicians the Can do spirit common to ET shop one, for they follow a team whose performance is AMERICA s Legacy. ET? Jim C. Wilson .ar 4 -- -vw nf...-V u.-. . '-4-w-sv , --,-Y -45.7.3 -.,,,.-.ay ' gnu, -- -5" '.',' ' - -f . - : rm- .t-rhyfzqszgojfs -. ,,. I 1 Y' ET2 jimmy W. Workman ET5 Bradley A. Borrnem ETS james L. Campbell ET3 Richard E. Hosrelley ET3 Christopher Laliberte ETS Erick G. Meyer ET5 Terrence Ott l FR 24' Q l l l l l 538 - - I ...fi . '-41 ET3 james A. Powers E-I-3 James A. Rath ET3 Luther D. S t' Ama ETA Glen Troutman LT-IG George L. Oakley jr DSCS Samuel C. Paterson ETI Fl'3.I'llCllf1 Flores I AX1 Andrew W, Fuhrman DS1 Raymond L. Sutphim DS1 Gaylord L. Ugalde ET1 Duncan W. Whittington ET1 George M. William ICC Phillipe E. Caldwell DSC john R Davis DS1 Keith jones DS1 Michael j Morak he Operations Electronic Data Division is responsi- ble for the upkeep and maintenance of all computer sys- tems onboard AMERICA. These systems include the Naval Tactical Data System CNTDSD the Anti- Submarine Warfare Module CASWMD the Carrier Intelligence Center CVICD and shipboard non-combatant automated pro- cessing system CSNAPD. Also including in OED Divi- sion s area of responsibility are the ships test equipment repair shop the ship s personal electronic safety shop the operations department tool issue room and the ships television repair shop. OED Division has forty men permanently assigned. They also have one man temporarily assigned from the engineering department to maintain the electronics cooling systems. 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Dunn DS2 john L. Everett III ICZ Michael C. Ford IC2 Michael Garvey DS2 Rifiky D- Lafleur FC2 Daniel P. Lahr DS2 Vincent -I. Lombardo D52 paul T. Luedefg DS2 johathan H. Rice DS2 james W. Rouse Dew Michael D Sawyer L It f ' ' ' " .' ' " '-'ff' -' ' GT, -'.-1: fi r: ,- .5-,-, " ' A , .4 ., , ., . ' .:, . , ,511igaptg-ff',,f,ff:.,'iagi11:43-g:.7'f,1-iffszri-1:z?5Z15'21:"2' A ' 1 - - " , . 1' A v 112 ' . -'-H1'f.:'.: - 'w:.4-- 1-fff' Yi :-1r-:f:1,- :f-'mf 1 Q- ' :1 -V . - ' V' :I3111-'.'If7ff'ff"-EY f '1'.755fi,:P1y? 1---"-1.IL?-'iyfiiii1'21:4-gfiff,-.-, - - 1'-ii ' I , , 1: , ,- -1, ,- ' 1, g -', -. ,- 1 :", A ici!--4 1,-1:1135 -5' T fp f aff-'. ff-"1:1a.'-1-r ff ..- ':-.-V . ' A DS2 Richard A. Schultz DS3 james A. Carmichael AX3 Malcolm B. Dismuke ET3 DAvid Gonzalez IC3 john F. Kings DS3 Mark E. Larned DS3 Michael j. Lucas ET3 Patrick H. Martin DS3 William T. Mcguire DS3 Damon K. Mcintire DS3 Edward T. Ramlow AX3 Paul R. Thomas D53 Douglas G, Welch IC3 Qharles A, Woodcock DS3 Thomas K. Wothke ET3 David A. Holland fr -148 'Tzu'-34" ,c FC2 Frank M Brafore F l - FC2 Brian A. Armstron . - - FCC D . CS CW02 Robert Marcus FCCM Richard W. Pittinger ennisj jam 8 l OX Division, recently re- designated as COEMD, is ' responsible for the sur- face-to-air defense of the ship. The men of FOXXOEM maintain, repair and operate three "NATO SEA SPARROW" fN.S.S.M.S.j systems and three "PHALANX" CLOSE IN WEAPONS SYSTEM CC.I.W.S.D. The knowledge required to be come a Fire Controlman is exten sive. It includes training in elec tronics, electromechanics, hydraulics, pneumatics, and me- chanics. The technical skills of the Fire Controlman enable him to en- sure the readiness of his system by expeditiously locating faults and cz chef A. Bodiey Fcz Kelly W. cox FC2 Ronald K- Gm replacing failed components. During the operation of AMERICA in the Central and Southern Mediterranean, many hours were spent testing, trouble- shooting, and repairing the systems to ensure their reliability and effec- tiveness. When "Condition III" is set, the men of FOX man the sys- tems twenty-four hours a day. Many hours were spent in "Condi- tion III" during Med 1-86. All the manhours expended to maintain the systems paid off with success- ful target engagements by "C.I.W.S." gun mounts 22, 24, and a successful missile launch by N.S.S.M.S. Mount 3. VK' Y FC2 Timothy P. Hennig 3 Raymong l.emi6uX 5, l f l l x HL, . 5, .3,-4.5, , ,.-L, . ,-Dyk.: ,, A . .- ggQ,..11g-.- .'.-.,. . .. FC2 Leonard W. Lunsford FC2 Michael S. Norris FC2 Michael T. Nickola' FC2 Wilson K. Pang Q-N Q 1 l l l l 1 l l l w l v l r ua. FC2 Stephen M. Searle FC2 Roger H. Uratani FC2 Raymond H. Vanleer FC3 SCOtt Allen FC3 Michael j. Bennett FC3 john E. Dahlin FC3 Peter T. Engle FC3 Arthur L. 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The ANISPS 49CVl1 air search radar is referred to as "the eyes of the fleet" because of its long range capabilities. The pri- mary surface search radar em- ployed by AMERICA is the ANXSPS-IOE, followed by the ANXSPS-64QVj9 radar. Addition- ally, AMERICA's surface search is supported by the Raytheon Colli- sion Avoidance System CRAY- CASD, which automatically tracks other surface contacts and provides ET1james M. Mengert an alarm if a collision with AMER - ICA is imminent. Each of the air search radars and the ANXSPS- IOP surface search radar has incorpo- rated a system called Identification Friend or Foe CIFFQ, which identi- fies ships and aircraft. OER division is also responsible for the maintenance of the air traf- fic control radars and associated equipment. The primary air traffic control radar used is the ANXSPN- 43A. Directly tied in with the radar is the ANfTPX-43AC4jXCCATCC DAZRJ system. These two systems working together provide the pri- mary means for the electronics portion of launching, controlling and recovering aircraft from the ship. OER also maintains the ANXSPN-42A Automatic Carrier Landing System CACLSD. The sys- tem can control the aircrafts' posi- tion and speed, making it possible to land an aircraft on the flight deck with little assistance from the l FCI Walter C. Baldwin liT1 Robert L. Bardin FCI Kevin S. Rose pilot. While aircraft are in the air. a means of supplying direction back to the ship is the ANXIRN-IOC Tactical Air Navigation lTACANi System. lt provides the pilot with range and bearing information from the aircraft to the ship. i OER also maintains the ANXSMP-10 Weather Satellite Receiver System and the Ships ln- ertial Navigation System QSINSI. OER - maintained equipment is housed from the very bottom of the ship to the top of the mast and from the fantail to the forecastle. This keeps the division of thirty -six people constantly on their toes seven days a week, twenty-four hours a day, during at-sea pe-riimtls and in port. Radar division maintains their equipment ready for thi- in-xr "L'n. derway, shift colors." DSI Nick Thompson FT! Hector M. Aguirre l l li' Rithartl l .-Xiiilcrsvll i U, . ,,. -P, -. gy, .1141 V , V... V.. --. ,I-z,:,,.. fi .4 , ' f' -r 1 -'-,1+1ib!:L- - ' f 'fr if :rf-'-"1f"1'rDw - ' ' -4.14, H -,.r- 41,31-.J .55-1:71 T.. . .1 ,155-Ly '--f:T.'f',.:g.- . -- -'-,.-M'-:v.-"- ' ' .442-:gi-1 """'4-'-iff.: N4- ET2 Manuel N. Cahatol ET2 Lawrence D. Heckman ET2 john R Hefelfinger ET2 Christopher jagodzinski A ET2 ames A Luckenbach ET2 Douglas T Masconarm ET2 Terrence E ONe111 ET2 Wdham E Relgaft FC2 Dale F Serry r:T2 Brran N Smnrh ET2 Paul D Tfulg ET3 Hector Alfafo ff'-vydf' L xr- ,- wfqiwh r-fr' K'4,-rfavpk' 'r',Y 'J-19 -F' .1- 'X ,,. JEL: .llc J Q .W f gm 'fe pw ,.i,mf1v1, 1 :Hr 'Her 'xsam U Wm A 1 0' l ET3 Ervin E. Bailey ET5Jff0mf P- Bufkff' m james M. comm ET3 Harrison K. Kyle ET3 Douglas L. McNew D53 Scott G- N ll fSU 'C ET3 Kevin E. Panncll .J ETS Phillip H. Patron ETB Sean Tonnesen ET5 Russell XVJICFS ETSN wumm xv. Gilman ENS Gary W. Butterworth PHCM K.G. Brown PH1 Douglas M. Bridges PH1 Frrts U Schwaner PH1 Thomas W. Wall PH2 Roy H. Collins PH2 Richard j. Lange PHS David L Adams PH3 Michael Barnes PH3 Dwayne A. Carroll P Division provides all photographic services to AMERICA embarked staffs, airwing, and battle group. There are two photo labs on AMERICA. The Intelligence Lab is located in CIVIC on the 03 level. The aviation or "Main" Photo Lab is located on the 5rd Deck, just below Medical. Each lab provides a unique service. In the Intelligence Photo Lab, quality control is the number one goal. The Photographer's Mates who man this lab are a special breed, part mechanic, part photog- rapher, and part quality control technician. This is where all TARPS CTactical Air Reconnais- sance Pod Systemj film is pro- cessed and printed. When you hear "sighting team to the bridge" the action starts with a PHXIS team running to shoot a photo in order to provide identification for a ship or plane in the area. The photo- mates rush process this film and can provide a "HOT" print in sev- en minutes. They also provide all SSC photo processing for the Wing. Down in the "Main Lab", al- most every other kind of photo- grahic service is provided. These photographers are most noted as they moved about the ship shoot- ing reups, awards and following VIP guests. While this kind of work is the day-to day bread and butter of the lab, the more impor- tant work includes the historical documentation of AMERICA, damaged and small parts photog- raphy, accident reports, investiga- tive photography, and public af- fairs support. The lab also can provide limited motion picture ca- pability, and provides TV camera- man support as required. During this deployment, the photo lab provided extensive cov- erage of both Libyan actions. This photography was an all-hands, around-the-clock effort of shoot- ing, processing and printing. Our reward was AMERICA's image be- ing published in every major news- paper and news magazine in the United States as well is in other major publications around the world. ' A ' - ' - r r - M --- - -W f--:- 5xn!.','eawR'-9,'nif2-cgfaz -:-1-n ' "Vg :1 fe -':.'-,- r .. 1 . . , . --.. -- -,. . .,. , . . X48 .. .- ..-.. -, . ,- -my , .'1,.,,X,'-.ry PH3 Ronald L. Heppner PH3 Anthony Huffman PH5 David T. Kellerman PHS Robert Kutzer PH3 john S. Meore PH3 Ward A. Quayle PH5 Stanley A. Weidner PHAN Timoghy C, Billg PHAN David M- CQSPH PHAN Ricky Kozoh PHAN Eric C. Whireman Nt H ! 2 gm it PH,-XA Scorr A. Qlwllim pHAA Kevin-I. Murphy LT Daniel Laforce SSGT Kevin Hintergardt CT I1 William M. Brown CT I1 Lucian Czarnecki CI-O1 Willie J, Gam CTA1 Robert Gulledge OS2 David Howell OSSN jon Paquette S Division, also known as SSES CShip's Signals Ex- ploitation Spacej, pro- vides a wide range of Special Intel- ligence CSD support activities that include special communications support to the ship, embarked squadrons, and embarked flag staffs. SSES also provides opera- tional tactical collection data sup- port to CIC. The division is re- sponsible for administering the Sensitive Compartmented Infor- mation CSCIJ Program, which in- volves personnel screening and se- curity procedures and control of SCI classified materials. During major deployments, the eleven- rnan division is augmented by CT personnel from as far away as Rota, Spain and Athens, Greece, effec- tively supporting on-site com- manders in combat situations. During MED 1086, the Hspooksi' of AMERICA had the opportunity to apply their skills in an actual combat scenario, something that may come only once in a career. 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Barksdale SA Kenneth R. McCumbee ,I T133-mn 4-'lex ri fe- C22 OZ he AMERICA Carrier In- telligence Center, CVIC, is part of Operations Depart- ment. CVIC is run by the ship's intelligence officer and is home to OZ Division. The Intelligence Center comprises seven contiguous spaces located on the 03 level. Or- ganization is divided by areas. Area 1 is known as the "Cage" and is where the administrative du- ties of OZ Division are performed. Area 1 houses the desks of OZ's division officer and LCPO. The cage is manned twenty-four hours a day, and the assigned personnel are responsible for classified docu- ment filing and storage, as well as standard administrative functions. Area 2 is used for mission plan- ning. The CVW-1 squadron intel- ligence officers and the Air Wing intelligence officer are the primary users of this space. They use Area 2 to plan strike missions, prepare flight charts, present pre-flight briefings which are televised over the CCTV system to the squadron ready rooms, and debrief pilots and NFOS after they return from flying. This is all possible because Area 2 contains charts, intelligence publi- cations, computers, and video equipment organized and operated by qualified intelligence specialists. Area 3 is staffed by DSs who take care of the computer hard- ware located throughout CVIC. These men repair as well as per- form routine maintenance on the numberous components of the "NIPS" computer network. Area 4 is headed by the Multi- Sensor Interpretation Officer. The enlisted Intelligence Specialists working in Area 4 are responsible for maintaining a comprehensive picture of all ships in the vicinity of our carrier via the FDDS comput- er. They are also experts in photo- graphic interpretation and intelli- gence reporting. With an office in Area 5, the Automated Data Processing Offi- cer is responsible for the daily op- eration of CVIC's four separate computer systems. The DPs in CVIC use thejOB and NIPS com- puters to perform tasks such as compiling satellite vulnerability re- ports, which are used by the ships in the battle group to help deter- mine EMCON conditions. Area 5 is also where the Marine intelli- gence team of VMAQ-2 Det Yan- kee keeps its TERPES computer package and debriefs Marine EA- 6B fliers onboard AMERICA. TERPES is used to supply AMER- ICA's intelligence team with tar- geting information, and informa- tion about the capabilities of the enemy. Area 6 is the CVIC photo center, which is operated in conjunction with the ship's main photo lab. OZ Division personnel also stand watch manning "Supple- mentary Plot". Supplot is loaded with computers and communica- tions gear and is used to evaluate incoming information from around the world. This information, along with the analysis center, supplies Combat Information Center's Tac- tical Action Officer, the Admiral's Tactical Action Officer, the Admi- ral's Intelligence Officer and the ship's Intelligence Officer with the latest updates of the intelligence picture twenty-four hours a day. All in all, approximately fifty men give CVIC the capability to support simultaneously many dif- ferent operators throughout the ship. In concert with the rest of the crew on board AMERICA, the men in CVIC are proud of the part they played in their shipls Mediter- ranean accomplishments, they are proud to serve their navy, and they are proud to serve their country. CDR George Tiedeman CDR jack M. Wade CDR Lawrence W. Urbik LCDR Michael T. Black LCDR WeSley' A. Ozouf LT Ronald P. Srites lllluiii as l XX'.i,f,l ple wqlluln XYMSOII sf l LTJG Christopher E. Brown ISC Walter D, Bishop - i IS1 Mark D. Cooper 1S1 Daniel E. Curtis DP1 Michael F. Grailey IS1 Daniel W. Marshall + 1 5 1s1 Sidney 1. 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The Surface Module is responsi- ble for detecting, identifying, and tracking all surface contacts within the range of AMERICA's surface search radar. This is necessary in order to keep the Officer of the Deck COODQ and the Tactical Ac- tion Officer CTAOD abreast of the location of both friendly and un- friendly forces. In addition, the surface module assists with naviga- tion, search and rescue, man over- board recovery, and the anchor watch. The SSC module is charged with the responsibility of locating, iden- tifying, and tracking all surface 5 8 LCDR Richard R. Erickson LCDR Michael D. Darby contacts with the surveillance area, which could span hundreds of miles. In addition, SSC assists in planning and executing attacks against hostile surface units by providing locating and targeting data. The D 8: T module is responsi- ble for locating, identifying and tracking all aircraft within the sur- veillance area. D 8c T also operates the Naval Tactical Data System's CNTDSD data link between ships, submarines, aircraft and shore sta- tions. In the Display and Decision Module, tactical data are moni- tored and evaluated by the TAC. The TAC is assisted by OSs acting as the intercept controllers and ship's weapons coordinators. CIC could not succeed in any of its missions without highly trained and dedicated OSS. The Operation Specialist provides a vital link to the mission success of AMERICA in her role to carry out any assign- ment in any part of the world. LCDR Charles A. Fleischman I-CDR R-E Shook LT William Walsh LT Francis Hiser v LT james Mathers LT Grant LT Daniel Hunter Difkinsfm ENS Patrick Little ENS M Jn 510fSky CWQ4 Gene A. I'IiCl'iITlHO 2? 'wt-H' Riu. :K , my ... .. 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William D- Mays -3 Division is the Anti- Submarine Warfare CASWD module located in the Combat Information Center, and a part of AMERICA'S Opera- tion's Department. The twenty- three personnel assigned to the ASW module Csix ASW Officers, thirteen Aviation Anti-Submarine Warfare Operations, and four Data Processing Techniciansj coordi- nate the performance of their du- ties from three individual modules operating in concert: ASW Con- trol, ASW Analysis, and Automatic Data Processing. The primary mis- sion of the ASW module is to pro- tect AMERICA from hostile sub- marine threats. To accomplish this task, precise coordination, analysis and intelligence collection are re- quired. Through the collective perfor- mance of the embarked airborne ASW assets, deployed maritime patrol aircraft, and surface ASW ships in company, our MED 1-86 deployment efforts have been suc- 566 cessful. The embarked ASW squadrons for deployment were the HS-11 "Dragon Slayers" flying the SH-5H Sea King Helicopter, and the VS-32 "Maulers" flying the S- 3A Viking Aircraft. A submerged submarine threat to AMERICA, unlike a surface or air threat, cannot be seen on radar or with the human eye. This fact, when combined with the ever- changing oceanographic environ- ment, continuous improvement and quieting of submarines, and constant updating of the ASW in- telligence picture, often make de- tection ofthe submarine seem like looking for the proverbial "Needle in a Haystack". To be successful in ASW, all assets must perform at their peak mission-capable ability. From the original briefing con- ducted by ASW module personnel, throughout the entire ASW evolu- tion, down to the "Post-flight" an- alytical evaluation, all personnel involved must maintain alert and conscientious attention to detail. Through countless hours of intelli- gence collection, continuous train- ing, numerous exercises, through evaluation and re-evaulation of data obtains, AMERICA's ASW module has met the challenge dur- ing deployment. As is the case with all deploy- ments, MED 1-86 had its share of mixed emotional highlights and low points. From the initial depar- ture "Blues" and continuous miss- ing of loved ones, to the camara- derie experienced and friendships developed, the deployment often seemed like a rollercoaster. Imme- diately upon arriving in the Medi- terranean, operations began with a "bang" when engaging Libyan forces and conducting "Mad Dog Station" patrol. It was easy for us all to appreciate the importance and value of every member on the "American Team" - on board and at home! Your cards, letters and prayers were indeed welcome, needed and carried us through. When the operational tempo lessened, having perhaps already reached the peak of our excite- ment, we settled in for the remain- der of the deployment. The self- discipline and dedication required to conduct "business as usual" throughout routine operati0r1S and numerous NATO exercises were extremely demanding. However, when "Liberty Call" finally sound- ed, fun and relaxation were en- joyed by all. Organized diviSiOI121l parties were held at the Bu1l's Head Pub in Palma de Mallorca and at Carney Park in Naples. Other port calls included opportunities for ex- cellent sightseeing tours an-cl the chance to experience different peoples and cultures. Although it 15 difficult to spend the summer away from home and loved ones, if lf IUUSI happen, where better to gO on liberty that along the French- and Spanish rivieras at the peak Of tourist season? 3 ro K x r Y X .1 x S 1 , r f A 1 ,, ' x , x 1. , , A , . , , . .. A - , ... ,, . .- r. ,..,.4., -., . 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Senne -4 is AMERICA's Elec- tronic Warfare Division. While what we do may seem mysterious, in reality it's real- ly quite simple. EW is divided into two parts: Electronic Support Measures CESMD and Electronic Counter Measures QECMJ. ESM is the monitoring of the electromagnetic spectrum - somewhat akin to lis- tening to a giant radio. The prima- ry purpose of ESM is to analyze signals Qradio wavesj and identify their origin, friend or foe. Once a source has been located by ESM, ECM takes overg choosing a proper response. Our job is one of soft kill - keeping the enemy deceived, hiding our signals from him, and detecting his. This is not to oversimplify EW, for it is a challenging job. We are one of the few rates in the Navy that both operate and maintain the equipment. Our training is strenu- ous. Listening and analyzing sig- nals, though vitally important, can be a very tedious job hour after hour. It requires a discipline and dedication few in the outside world understand. During the de- ployment and in our engagements with Libya, it all paid off. We were needed, we responded, and we were successful. While the action taken against Libya made our job worthwhile, seeing the world had the greatest impact on us. Defending the Unit- ed States and the rights we so often f 0 A Ammo EW3 M,dm.1-I Mclm H! ' Walrcrj Bubls EW2 Antoni EW2 Charles l. Heck take for granted all seemed to make sense. We found that other countries do not have those free- doms and privileges we so easily take for granted. So as we transited home, our minds were full of a sense of worth and accomplishment. Happy and satisfied, we manned our stations, constantly vigilant. We had dealt a blow to terrorism. The entire world now knew that the U.S. Navy is not only ready, but fully capable of fulfilling its mission. EW! Tomrnic l. johnson EW Lf' x LUC15 es . aut. 1 l I -ll-il 'Q :ILL ...a.,.a.n 31115 i .Q -al ' 4 1 ,-' tv n . , . 4 . 1 . . .4 '. ' u 1 1 U f N 4 4 V1 A 1. .. 0 'X-Y ' x -b W , ,4 f p .ff -1 f 'al -., - . 4. f 1? 2 K' 'ln 4011! . - :H 1, f.w.,i4., . 1 f af 4 ,I fo a 1 I W 4 1 ' ' AFETY he objective of the Safety Department is to enhance the operational readiness of our command by reducing the number of deaths and injuries to personnel and damage to equip- ment from accidental causes. AMERICA's Safety Department is tasked with implementing and coordinating a comprehensive safety program including mishap prevention, accident investigation and reporting, and hazard aware- ness in all facets of day-to-day carrier operations, in order to en- sure that the goals and policies as set forth by the Commanding Of- ficer are realized. The Safety Department utilizes the POD, Mr. Scroll, training films, safety bulletins and divisional safe- ty petty officers to disseminate vi- tal information to the crew. We receive inputs on shipboard haz- ards, accidents, injuries, suggested improvements and recommenda- tions via our divisional safety petty officers, safety-grams and the En- listed Safety Committee. It is not the safety program itself that makes this command less haz- ardous, but rather the coordinated efforts of the crew as a team, working within the framework of our safety program, that achieves a high state of hazard awareness on- board AMERICA. The Safety Department is head- ed by CDR john Roble, formerly attached to COMSECONDFLT as Assistant Air Operations Officer. He relieved CDR Billy Moore as Safety Officer on May 1986, during Mediterranean Cruise 1-86. CDR Moore is currently the Executive Officer attached to NAVSPASUR, Dahlgren, Virginia. ENS Steve Rutherford, ABCS Norman Brown, BM1john Trips, AD1 Al- fred Montgomery, HT2 Arthaniel Bailey and YN3 Darren Horsey comprise the remainder of the Safety Department. We may be small, but we're a Can-Do depart- ment. .U KDI native of Sarasota, Flori- da, Commander Roble graduated from the Uni- versity of South Florida in 1970 with a Bachelor's Degree in Indus- trial Management. He entered the Navy in january 1971 through the Aviation Officer Candidate pro- gram, and was commissioned an ensign at Pensacola, Florida, on 21 May 1971. Following this initial training, Commander Roble re- ported to Training Squadron Ten, also at Pensacola, Florida. He re- ceived his designation as a Naval Flight Officer after completing the Airborne Early Warning training course at NAS Glynco, Georgia, in 1 ltlllll Rulill' january 1972. Commander Robles imtial op. erational assignment was to Carrier Airborne lfarli' Wlirning Squadron 121, Detachment lfortv Two, em- barked onboard FRANKLIN D. RCXUSIZVIQLT. This tour of duti' spanned 'Iuly 1972 through .lult 1975, and included three Mediter- ranean S011 LlCPl0s'nients, during which he accumulated over looii hours and 230 arrested landing in the 15.115 Hwiiiit- iftraax' 1 Transition to the lf-JC "ll.iwk- eye" and instructor duti' at Carrier Airborne lfarly W'arning Training SqU8df0f1 120 followed. Wlhile ati- tached to RVAXV-120, Cfommand- - '1 ' .' 11 -' rf'-1f.'.55gff1-,iffy FE'-,z-'fl'Tf"2.:-.Wgewx-,fa . :2're2-:-r-y,:,s5a- ,fe-.y,1.,ep-..,-f...,- ,-.-..r . . fy. .. .... - .. . , - . . 1 -. -'J ., .9 '- iff153?r-'-'fG2i1"ii:.:f-735.46955-3555?22557254315-fr2E7:'5?EEiG:+5liiff,''3551'-5311'fiifefi-171'7QEf',5fL373'?'L-2-',. 3 ' ' ' ' , . ' - - -' ' . '- ' . - , A If f 1 vff.',:1.- .-'12-1?.'frli'W'f':'1E1?+f?'qf.LEl"-f2"siJE'772.2-iz'."L.s-:Qi-1"f'1.15-f.':-5.1I:33J"',"Jj::'?11:-YI'-iif"iw't.'L-1-5fa1':2.?Ez7if5,i'inZ-'2537-''-E ' - -- -, ' - ' ' . 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Assistant Maintenance and Upetat:-ms Uttiter while deployed --:1 1 t1NS'l'l'l.l.A'l'ION and'IOHN I K1 NNHJY to the Western Pa- .mr and Indian Oceans and the Metiirerranean Sea. .zcccumulating lim 1- -It High: hours and over fill arrested landings. loilosszrig a tout of duty at I o:nr:z.indet. Carrier Airborne Eat- .'. XI arrnng Wing Twelve. Norfolk. Yitgiriia, as Wing Safety' and Ad- rninrstratise Uffieer. he was as- signed to CUMSIZCONDFLT on- l'1H.1ttl MUVNT WHITNEY in -luli. DNR Whtle sersing as Assis- tant Air Operations Officer to t HMS!-C t1NDlfI.'I', Commander Rolwlt' participated in the rescue mission 'AIRGFNT Fl.'RY" in Grenada and numerous national and NATO training deplovmCnIS to the Northern Atlantic Ocean. C ommander Roble detached after rhirts-four months of duty' with CUMSlfCt1NDFl.'l'. Commander Rohle reported to AMERICA on .W Alas l'7S1v. Among Commander Robles awards are the Nast' Achievc'r11Cl'1f Medal and ses-eral l'nit and Veter- an Ciarnpaign Awards. lie is married to the former Ro- sanne Goldman of Norfolk. Vlf' ginia. iiomtnander and Mrs. Roble reside in Yiriginia Beach. Viffllnlll- 4 'I R XXXOME, SAFETP SgOS SAYS ACC O v Q5 gl 3 JCI O 0 J' Po 'L Youawao QA! Y XQQQ 579 11. 4 23 10 f 04, 5, 'Ep iq 1 Z QQ 5 5 F 51 Lo Q . ZA vflf SS: Aw' 21 O Q., Y T15 K, IT' MW Uv IWW Q X 1 L 3 M l K W 3 C 1 Q 'D I H N if -,f.1f::- 1:1-,pa '11 1.1, 1' H 1::4.:,-J - . L, aww - 'gi gg x WL - X N I .XJ xi jj ' . f or r ottsaxlx X-Y ,xl S D I v ' 5' N A 'lg 14 ' ' 0 0 U. I . fs v Q 1 ' . ' 3 , o U. I 5 'o, K 1 -7 'O 1 ' l 1 I l N. , f 1 O 1 . 1 n Q - 1 Z 4 1 ng I 5 5 T Q 11 i ' ' 5 X 4 f 42 hu Xx 5 f ' 5 'A 5 """ '- A g 7.04 U .f ,fffff ' ' I H , V 1 2 5 194 22 Sfjffx' ' g 4 yy - 3 IH If 9 xxx ,,n-3,""' 'A ,I 'K 1 5 A ' 5 -fd. j M141-un V W I l 'lr,, Q "' L f"T,,f -"4 1, Q ' 1 4 il 4. Q I,ff.. ., Y 1 . M, N... 6 gf? 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'I if Mx X y K 5 x xt. Pm S' 'X Q T1 3 vl 1 , 1 Y , x . 1 1 . 4 1 W 1 1 I I -if x I f X! 1 l X! N . x v I I ,Q W gl ,-r ww iw IM N ' w A uma ' HN! x 1 we 1. .pff I i,,',:74,1'L1,f1 , , Ja' qw.: W v 5.5, .W .1 V, X X -li he Ship's Maintenance Management 1SMM1 De- partment was estahlished in June 1986 to provide coordina- tion of all ship industrial and rech- nical assistance. This includes the coordination and management of all depot level, intermediate level. and ship's force level maintenance throughout the ship's overhaul cy- cle. The SMM Department pro- vides the planning and manage- ment for all industrial ship repairs and modernization programs in addition to managing the ships preventive maintenance pro- grams. The SMM also acts as the INSURV coordinator, SRA and COH coordinator, and manages all matters relating to SLEP. native ofjackson County, Missouri, LCDR Swayne enlisted in the Navy after graduating from Ruskin High School in Hickman Mills, Missou- ri, in 1964. After completing recruit training and Electrician's Mate Class A School in San Diego, LCDR Swayne married the former Marjory jeanne Palmer of Kansas City, Missouri. After a short tour onboard USS I-IECTOR in Long Beach, CA, he proceeded to Basic Nuclear Power School in Mare Is- land, California, and the National Reactor Testing Station in Idaho Falls, Idaho, qualifying on the AIW USS ENTERPRISE proto- type propulsion plant. Tours then followed onboard USS FRON- TIER in Long Beach, where LCDR Swayne qualified and worked as a Second Class Diver, Great Lakes Naval Training Center, as a student f fri? IIDR Rrtlurd I' Su-unc in Iflectricians Mate Class B School, and for one year with the Mobile Riverene lforce in the Re- public of Viet Nam, where he ad- vanced ro If-6. Following the comhat tour in Viet Nam, LCDR Swayne reported to l'SS BARNEY in Norfolk, Vir- ginia. for another sea tour and later to l7SS SIIENANDOAII. While attached to l'SS SIIENANIXIAII, LCDR Swayne applied for .i com- mission under the Warrant Officer Program and was commissioned as a W1 in May 1071. I'pon accepting the commission, LCDR reported aboard I'SS INDEPEN- S w .1 v n e DENCIS for another fortiveiglit- month sea tour, during which he was promoted to Chief XY'.irr.rnt Officer W'-2 and W'-4. 'Then ftil. lowed an eighteen-month roof ,ig the Public Works Officer for the Atlantic Command Optr.1r1.i1i,il Support Center at the CIN- CLANTFLT Headquarters in Nor- folk, VA. During this tout. I-CPI! Swayne applied for th! Limited Dun' Officer pr0gfIm md 'ns promoted to LUG in 1976- The next sea tour was fifty-l'W0 months long onboard USS PIEDMONT-35 Chief Engineer and later as ASSIS' tant Repair Officer. LCDR SWF' then served as the Port SCNIC5 OverhaulfRepair Officer If the Norfolk Naval Station until lxlrrinbf onboard AMERICA In 'lu ne 108-1. LCDR Swayne and his wife side on a small farm in Elam- Vu' gunna, with their daughter Ind :rand-daughter. Their S00 his Lt-mit enlisted inthe Navy and 'fl' soon he reporting! YO schogl, In Memphis. Tennessee, for training .is .in Aviation Ordnancemfn- ., . .. - -.-.. . -. .,,1-..:-'11-.-'.--.1:,:,.e51F4.13.-,,gf5:.g2.,:-1.-.-.'- 1:34 .., 9,416-'--gf 4-' -is ,,..,.,-C.. ., .. .-. ,,. . . ., . . s. Q. -.'.- .,-.V ,p q 1 - -- r gr- 5- 1-gf ,Na.1:. ':1.,.-.2'.wJ.rp5r,ye , .0 :-day? ..f'-:,1,',g:7:g--f.fgdf:. avg- rf rs' N. .-f ' JA.: . .. . .V , , :' .,1. :-, '.if.if::. il 1,:L':le 'x'2':,f:E'g.fre.f.1lfff!,-',""i2'H"f..:"' 'wE'.E"2-31121-.vfgrgrgz-11:-s 211P!gf:"Z'4!gg gf. :J--H. V 1 ' zrlyw., ' " .- ' ' -fa girl, 'Sr J.-.fllff-'T'1I.'.iL 4-1":z1-:4fi-esfggliiia-Hf'f5gf?f'i5gy.1,' afiliii-Eafgiek if-4:2534-'wif 1-' . 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Commander N.u.l1 .Nat llwrec' l' S .'XIl.mtlC Fleet rx?-.fre Exe wrxcd as Frmncul Pro. mr: Xl.r:i.rgcr md Supplx' Rezdi- Z.c NN llHZLL'f Un 1' -lulx 1089, Commander KLffll'.ll1 rclzcxcd .As Supplx QM-Iliff l SS .VXXH Rlil.-X L'Yvb', K-+:::::t.rr1der K:mlull's decora- 1--zzx zzx.lr:.le the NJXY Commen- .i.rf:r-:1 Xlclixl, Xiu .-Xclrrevemffll Xla.l.sl,.1:idutl'Ec'rSe'rN1Cc' md cam' Q.r1'g:'. .rxmrdx llr' :N zrmrrzcd to the fvfmff l.'.:: l'r-fin nt lxrcxrwood. Nfl' N r-:R llllL'fL'NlxlC :rrY:rg1r1r.lllc'.iCll- X frgfinl. xxxtll Illwr UM' SUU5- Sf'-in .1 k'f1NfUDliL'f frm 1 ! 16? uulIl-- 5 . ' - ' 'X 'Jar L :Nfl l, "1 .,, ,, CDR Kenneth Fredericks LT Peter lxucnxng NM H' ' 'X A ll N " SKI Lee Paige he Stock Control Division CS-lj handles all of the business aspects of sup- porting the operating equipment on AMERICA. Interfacing with the shipboard SNAP computer, identification of material, develop- ment of allowances, ordering sup- plies, and financial management occupies the majority of their day. Customer service sections provide rapid response to emergency situa- tions such as casrepts, and support routine requirements as well. Con- tract administration is replacing contract writing, but making sure the right part is on hand on time is still their goal. Accounted-for budgets exceeding fifty million dollars. They are experts at manag- ing their 3200 million-plus inven- tory. Additional responsibilities in- clude the storeroom management of the repairable electronic mod- ules and the repair and servicing of office machines and copiers. SKI Ernesto P Suarez V' V' 4 Ns :VW NKJ Slum ui D.F7lh' SK2 Ernesto M. Poquil NRS lk:::..s ll Rugp vga x ...CNC 5 1-i,g:'.nrTT 4 AKA XvIll.Ifil 1' luillw ' ' - . , ' i' ' 1 1' P. 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Serving 700 lbs of bacon for break- fast is just the start. Over 3,000 lbs of meat will be consumed before the day is done. With every piece of bread, cake or pie baked on board, the bakeshop works twen- ty-four hours a day just to keep up. For many in the Crew, meal time is their only relaxation, and S-2 MSC Vcrgcl P Grcpfv Divisional meals or birthday din- ners were good enough to make you forget, at for least a little while. that you were still at sea. Taking on stores took almost a whole day each month. All hands helped out as frozen and canned food came aboard in a seemingly endless stream from the supply ship. Safe and fast, these replenish- ments were completed on time in order to meet the flight plan. S-2 did their job flawlessly. A visiting comedian during the Miss USA show tried to pick on the cooks, only to find out that the crew knew a good deal when they iq N .1 .M KH, F-iv I"4r,g.u:'. 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Teachuk E ni iii .1 J .ff ,KLAN 1 he Disbursing Division CS- -ti handles the awesome responsibility of safe- guarding over twelve million dol- lars in cash. Balanced exactly to the penny' every day, the money was used to pay the crew and the ship's bills overseas. Determining the right amount due each sailor every fifteen days while keeping abreast ofthe changes was a full-time job. They are quick to point out that the lack of pavdavs versus the fre- quency or' liberty ports was beyond their control? L'ndaunted by massive changes in the VHA rules or the amounts paid to Shore Patrol. S-4 took their goal or' zero defects seriously. In a job where 100 percent accuracy is the minimum acceptable standard. they have performed. ' 'V 2 -V ' Y V' :t:"i.fv' 'S 1-. '13'- YT? :fi Ilii'5"'5,fE "-15711 -if U.. -,:i .ee.,f:,- .s - . ' - 1 . A - mg-L, eq,'gn'g,:,..:Eg:,: iff:-33:-5,-:if143:55-51'-2-43121: ffffqg e u.g.,1f..f, . ,.,- , . H A n .44 A V Q A ' . ' ' . 'TT f .. ,, .- " . - ' -- - L ' . 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What came later was delivered by barges at anchor or helicopters on the flight deck. Twenty-hour days and sore backs were the rule. Aided by mobile cranes material handling equipment and an unlim- ited supply of spinach, S-9 moved literally tons of material daily, much of it by hand up and down ladders. S-9 may never get their just recognition, but would be happy if the Air Department could pay its bill for renting the hangar bay to store airplanes! SKC Ruger Nl Kabaiun AK1'lw?:r. F ACH!! SKI Richard ul Urvvrxisiu SKI Nlrihm LANYKUCC SKI -lost' ul Monuno Slii Victor D -'xfhlffifm Nlxk liiiiiiii is vi, xxx lxlmxm 0 thgtwci ' " " ' 1 -ff7':f-if ff'f.'7i3337f52:f,' 372153if "9-3 1fZ'5Z4:-"'12 '?4i" -ed : t ', 'a:-if 1 ' .- .fi',a's: ',-,--. ,' N.--.,A - V V . . . - 1 - 1. r' ' - :ga-is12:far,f.i."tzf2::yii1:2-'f-14s:1f'5Ezfff2'2:f?f:-xtiiiiiriiiifhriffgfe-si? - Q Q . , ,., . . W .H 1,H,,, i,,,5fe..,,f,-.t. .,,,.,,4,g,.,, 5,,..,,g-,..,.,.., .V...,L,,.f,.L.,1.,.,...,.,,. 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Other functions include checking cus- tomer satisfaction in the ship's store and assuring proper tempera- ture of the S-2 freezers. Most of their efforts involved management Of high-cost repairable modules, making double sure that every one was accounted for, and receipt- processing audits. Training and retention was also 21 function of this group. As dis- crepancies were identified, they conducted training in proper pro- cedures. The individual skills of this group were invaluable in the establishment of SQA from the ground up and are reflected in their accomplishments which, have en- hanced the Supply Departments Overall effectiveness. l i SK1 Rosulo V. Famisan AK2 Stephen R. Holcomb SK3 John O' Rose f . ijglj! 5: 1 r'lf.::.'V,i-?3i.2cvL:'is-'T Z1fFQ.Uf'5- 1f'4F3.:a,iLN:-Ee5z1:J.w'Lv.,-2' 111-in7-4:1:f::7,f0'f'P4,"3v'::1ff-2 eff--T922-Lf.2'.."-:..uf :iz-5141 5 .1'-.4f,u3:cLf1f1nf'21'-f123ic:1:'J1:wv,'i-iff,Mfirvfo'-efokrkvuvfudyam -- i- -w a -. N 1. - ' ' 1 r-' WEAPONS nside Ordnance Control hangs a plaque that says "Without ordnance, Naval Aviation would be just like any other airline - non-scheduled!". AMERICA's primary mission is that of a fighting ship and the men of the Weapons Department pro- vide the many and varied weapons necessary to carry out our mission. The Weapons Department is also charged with the physical security of the ship and the running of the ship's brig. The Weapons Department is comprised of seven divisions and the Marine Detachment. Aviation Ordnancemen, Gunner's Mates, Torpedomen, Electrician's Mates, Machinist's Mates, Weapons Technicians, Yeomen, and Mas- ters-at-Arms rates are all found within the Weapons Department's organization. G-1 Division main- tains the ship's armory, the maga- zine sprinkler systems and several below-decks magazines. G-2 Divi- sion maintains, repairs, and oper- ates the weapons elevators neces- sary to move hundreds of tons of ordnance from the ship's maga- zines to the flight deck for delivery to the squadrons. The correct con- figuration and assembly of various free-fall weapons and air-launched guided missiles, such as Sparrow, l 604 CDR Randall A Foltz Sidewinder, and Phoenix, are the responsibility of G-3 Division. This division also maintains the eighty-plus magazines in which these weapons are stowed. G-4 Division maintains and configures the hundreds of pieces of handling equipment required for weapons transport and is also responsible for all weapons movement on the hangar deck. Flight Deck Division handles the issue of ordnance to the airwing and its arming and dearming on the flight deck. Division is charged with maintain- ing AMERICA's special weapons capability. The Marine Detach- ment is AMERICA's "Force in Readiness" and provides the capa- bility for physical security of the weapons and magazines. Anytime AMERICA is "loaded out", a four- man team of Explosive Ordnance Disposal CEODQ experts is as- signed to handle any type of ord- nance emergency that may arise. AMERlCA's Brig Staff is charged with the custody and re- habilitation ofthe ship's prisoners. Overseeing and coordinating the efforts of the ordnance divisions falls to the Aviation Ordnance Control Station under the guidance of the Ordnance Handling Officer, while all administrative and man- agement details are handled in the Weapons Office by our Yeomen, PMS Coordinator and Leading Chief as directed by the Assistant Weapons Officer. Through the leadership of the Weapons Officer, or as we refer to him, the "GUNBOSS", all these divisions combine to provide the ordnance necessary for AMERICA to do its mission - to be a fighting ship. native of Chicago Illinois, Cornmander Foltz en. tered the Navy in Octo. ber 1968 through the Aviation Of. ficer Candidate 'AOCI Program, was commissioned at NAS, Pensa- cola, florida, 51 january 1969, and received his aviator wings as a dis- tinguished naval graduate in April 1970 After completing Replacement Aviator Training in the A-6 ln- truder at NAS Whidbey Island, Commander Foltz reported to VA- 165, March 1971. His first opera- tional tour included two combat deployments to Southeast Asia embarked on L'SS CONSTELLA- TION iCVA Mi. For actions in support of Seventh Fleet opera- tions, he was awarded thirteen air medals, including two Single Strike Flight Awards, two Navy Com- mendation Medals with Valor, the Presidential L'nit Citation, three Vietnam Campaign Medals, the Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry, and the Vietnam Service Medal. ln November 1975, Commander Foltz reported to Air Test and Evaluation Squadron Five lVX-Sl at China Lake. California, where he worked on various weap0ns system proiects. He served as Assistant Strike Operations Ofhcer em- barked on L'SS MIDWAY lCV 41 1 fromjune 1976 to August 1978. and then reported to Attack Squadron Forty-Two lVA-42l if NAS Oceana as a Replacement Air Group Instructor. Commander Foltz reported to Attack Squadron Thirty-Five lVA-551 in February 1981. and made two Mediterranean deploy- ments embarked on USS NIMITZ QCVN-681 Detaching in February 1983, he reported to Commander- in-Chief, LYS. Forces, Atlantic, serving as Director, USCIN- CLANT Nuclear Operations Mon- itoring Center. His duties included Strategic Integrated Operations Plan lSlOPl Advisor to the CINC and PoseidonfTrident Operations Duty Officer. Commander Foltz reported for duty onboard USS AMERICA on lvluly 1986. Additional awards include two Navy Commendation Medals, the Meritorious l'nit Citation, three linttle lffficiericv "FHS, the Nation- .il llcttiise Ribbon, Expert Pistol. l Sr ' S rxict' Ribbon. FQ 3 H . X. Q, iw K: 'MA fi f, 5 ffl, vii? :bil gn F .1 fa , . ff - 'S f x ll--"'1i CWO4 Carl Alexander V 1 Ji Y CXVUZ Mithacl lurflff GMG1 Paul T. Tripp he Gunner's Mates and Aviation Ordnancemen of G-1 Division are responsi- ble for maintenance and testing of all Ship's Magazine Sprinkler Sys- tems, which are AMERICAS ma- jor protection against the unlikely prospect of fire or explosion of ship's ordnance. Defective parts are promptly repaired or replaced by expertly trained personnel. Performing maintenance, con- trolling accountability, issue and receipt of ship's small arms, sensi- tive ordnance security locks, and Shore Patrol gear are some ofthe many duties performed by the 606 GMG2.l.nncs 'l' llirtl l 1 A l l F xl klmxhc Ship's Armory. During replenishment at sea, G- 1's Line Gunner Rifle Teams play an integral part in the transfer of supplies, food stores, fuel and am- munition to keep AMERICA com- bat-ready. The Ship's Gunner and G-I personnel are directly responsible for training the ship's Security Pa- trOlS, Repel Boarder Response Teams, and all other arms familiar- ization. In the past ye11r,over Simon rounds of ammunition liavt- Int-tn expended iniloctriimiintn sliipk, personnel in the will gint! Ji- f it nv ul uwini- ,impa- J 4 ' . ' " ' ' .. - , - . --V' .' -'.'f,.",f..-.1".1:1- xi: -'rf"'11.v1-" S --a' in .-fir"-'Y - , - - ., . . . , A .- -' -- . z 1 '-',w:Q2J:'Gkff?fL.,2,-'f'l-Q-w:-f-7,.':.,f,1-.- u - ' , 4 7 ,. ' - '- - . - - . 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Besides being very good pump- ers and movers of ordnance, G-2 is responsible for the complete main- tenance of ten weapons elevators and their supporting equipment Three of these elevators become swimming pools when flight deck or hangar bay wash-down occurs, Keeping elevators dry, clean, and running is a big job, but one that ,Miz Lu:-. ID N1-KH ,M L' frggtggrrpttcr I Meant.: .MN Mark .N lhvis we tlo better than .rnxbotlx else AIN' ITJYX. Q lo lwilaiite the rlerriaiitiirig Tilt' trek N' plays tvxitc is liirtl tlie opportunity presents XX iltl .in about tl Mlflftl Nhirifx .r. Xltifb xx livin itseit .ilu-txritt such tliiiigs .ix sorruig llatlitwls intl s llr ll ltl tlassin L. - Nhlri-tlixitig r . sl tluator shafts, wth sw tr .r t tli.lr.lttt'rN .lx ll:1l'i llc r' tlorll, llippx litk l i 'ty l'- - I r i . x,rr M12 Rx?-4:6 F Bake! ,MN Mamet D Bzmnun ,QOH Xen D Fvilff Nlat. llass llolc, Xlfpllll. 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Departing on 5 February for three weeks of pre-cruise work- ups, the division successfully met its challenges, supplying the air- wing with all required weapons in addition to passing its MRCI in- spection with flying colors. Fol- lowing a two-week POM period, we departed for the Mediterranean on 10 March, using our Atlantic transit to break out large quantities of ordnance in preparation for a possible confrontation in the Gulf of Sidra, which became a reality on 23 March when AMERICA aircraft engaged Libyan forces. After a very enjoyable port visit to Livorno, Ita- ly, the ship once again conducted combat operations against Libya, fi lil A03 Kirk A lhllani participating in a surgical strike on military targets along with .iirtralt from SARATOGA, CORAL SFA. and Air l3orCe lf-llls. Following this eventful begin- ning, we settled into a more rou- tine mode of operation with lengthy port visits, interspersed with brief at-sea periods spent conducting exercises with our NATO allies. We enjoyed visits to Cannes, Naples, Catania, Palma de Mallorca, Benidorm, and Rota, Spain. In mid-August, the division once again swung into high gear in preparation for an oflload of over 5,000,000 pounds of weaponry. Our early preparation and planning paid off in a faultless and accident-free evolution. Offload Complete, we steamed into Norfolk on 10 Sep- tember fora long-awaited reunion with our loved ones. Successful combat operations, great liberty, no serious injuries, and timely re- turn to Norfolk all combined to make the '86 Deployinent vert successful and enjoyable for .ill hands, My leg- yr li- -.A N" iifwc' il Ram- s ,J YV, ,, I ju. . qty ftp -- N Urine Ml! Ro?-cr: Ki ll Pg X01 Mt' A' l l-'f-7 xii LM .l?" - , . , .- , A' :L .V gig? '-3'.iis'fi.fg.gv,-1: 1-"5?:?,:11 51,-5 Q'-.1,1,,aq 1 1 1.Ei,.-1 A -.'..-,.-V-. Lf, . , ., A , , , - ' ' ' ' ' . - si r --1 i .-f:ff"L- 51. -pai" .' .5,.'.Z-11:-1--y.:'.-'J-:cgeisgpg-,Q- 'Q'-.f ,-2-ef3,,?'-' 1,97-Q..-.-A-':v:frqL.1,-3-1 -- . 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In ad- dition to maintaining all the han- dling equipment in a one-hun- dred-percent-functional status, G- 4 is responsible for the handling and movement of all ammunition and components on the hangar deck. This past Mediterranean de- ployment was strenuous as well as exciting for G-4. Under the careful leadership of LTJG Daniel T. Bush, AOC McCullough, and AO1 Thomas-Tyrone, G-4 took on many demanding tasks with the enthusiasm and resourcefulness. One of the most taxing was the 1 4 A02 Edward llincs Weapons Dffload during the At- lantic transit from Rota, Spain, 'lille evolution was event-free and G--1 performed with admirable profes- sionalism. An exceptionally well- run training program kept new, as well as seasonsed, personnel on top of their jobs. Along with training, outstanding Damage Control and Safety Programs kept G--4 in tune with the other divisions ofthe ship. The division can best be noted for the newly-introduced AWSIEP Program for the weapons handling equipment, in which corrosion control and mission readiness are key factors. As well working long hard hours, G-4 also enjoyed some well-deserved shore liberty. lfach port offered tours to historic places, along with opportunities to encounter new people and exciting cultures. The cruise was challeng- ing, but rewarding and productive. Our fabulous homecoming capped what will be remembered by all as a great deployment. Mi' Inf". l 4,-.,,:i--A at -' 'lu-' D l"-.fran-T'-ffm: AU, ily-e' All--fc Rl '.' RHZY2 A X!-.flftzd in dun A03 Christopher D. Babineau AO3 Max E, Binz o l AO3 Larry Gonzalez AK3 Chris W. Knodel A03 Crarg Knutson A03 Raymond M. McManus A05 Mark A. Rarney 3 y r l r M, A03 Kelly J Tate rr 3 xy ' - 1 F' f-O3 901.2112 vf-bb AN Geoffrey R. 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Bailey he personnel of W Divi- sion have the responsibility of maintaining the Special Weapons onboard AMERICA. Within the Special Aircraft Storage Shop CSASSD spaces, the Weapons Technicians perform the inspec- tions, tests, and maintenance ac- tions that are essential to ensure a reliable, high-quality weapons sys- tem. Technical assistance to the deployed airwing is eagerly provid- ed by W Division personnel as they act as safety observers during the numerous proficiency loading ex- ercises held for the training of Squadron loading teams. In addi- Hon to the Special Weapons re- Sponsibilities, W Division person- Hel also assist the other divisions within the Weapons Department byproviding conventional ammu - nition handlers during onloads and WT1 Don L. Fegley offloads, as well as numerous qual- ified watchstanders to support de- partmental requirements in Ord- nance Control and Magazine Security. Realizing the importance of the mission of USS AMERICA W Di- vision personnel proudly ensure that all weapons handling and safety equipment is maintained in excellent condition by closely ad- hering to the strict guidelines set forth in the applicable Planned Maintenance System directives. Technical assistance is also provid- ed to ships personnel during the various drills and exercises unique to the Special Weapons systems. Strong with pride determination and professionalism the Weapons Technicians of W Division stand ready to support USS AMERICA and serve the Fleet. WTCS Robert P. Reynolds WTC George E. March WT1J0hn F, Hayes WT1 Russ E. Henke N. 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CDR Foltz relieved CDR Stine, who transferred to SACLANT in early july. LT Lipscomb is the Assistant Weapons Officer, responsible for administration of Weapons De- partment. LT Lipscomb is tasked with tracking all correspondence and reports that are due from the Weapons Department, and is also the commands Brig Officer. WTCS Smith is the Weapons Department Leading Chief Petty Officer. Senior Chief Smith is re- sponsible forthe departments 131- man berthing compartment, along with the assignment and indoctri- nation of all new personnel, FNS Timothy' l Plerte u lf N l 'if ll V7 U H1 Tu' by .l'77"1F Mio'-'ffl AOI Michael R Gray NV lf-If-U l ll'-ffY'-1f1f'- PML Mrthul D Orluns TMT1 CDVl Chester A. Smith 55153 DX' Michaellannibrecht AOS Kevin M Shay NX Man. ,N lilroiiipwir Bri' 3 MAC MA2 john B. Cline MERICA'S brig is tasked with implementing the Navy's corrections pro- gram aboard ship - its goal being to return the maximum number of sailors to active duty as productive individuals. It also prepares those individuals being dismissed from service to reenter the civilian com- munity. During the Mediterranean de- ployment a total of 193 personnel were confined and contributed over 3100 man-hours of labor throughout the ship, The brig is staffed by four per- manent Masters-At-Arms and Complimented by twelve TAD Ships company personnel, plus four Airwing personnel when em- barked. ., .-:Ziff--.1i.., . ,-sri-fiZ'1.if?45f:,:49''s?EQ1:1?Ev? ' -FTP' "T'?2?"" f , c eg' gs. 5533: 52.4352 LH f Q 'ef' Qing' 6 ff-M, 5 ew, ,ur-rr estgeg-i5'ei2'f"i,i15"r5,f1-,Q f- 1-yamaha f 1-ff',,f K, 533 2' 34141 C" , Qt , far---::?'+f-JL? 4 J f if f-. af: fw N ,.. 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MARDE T ea duty is the original duty of Marines, dating from the Athenian fleets of the Fifth Century, B.C., and carried on through Roman times, when sepa- rate legions of "milites classiarii" fSoldiers of the Fleetj were as- signed to duty float. In the Seven- teenth Century, when the British and Dutch organized the first modern corps of Marines, it was for duty as ships' detachments, and it was for this same purpose that U.S. Marines were first trained. The anchor in our Marine Corps emblem symbolizes today that the Marine is first and foremost a mar- itime soldier, whose natural medi- um is the sea, hence the traditional title, "Soldiers of the Sea." AMERICA's Marine Detach- ment was reminded ofthe Corps' proud history during Mediterra- nean Deployment 1-86 combat operations against Libya. It was here in April of 1805, that First Lieutenant Presley O'Bannon led a small detachment of marines, sail- ors and mercenaries in the capture of the capital city, hoisting the American flag above the ramparts for the first time over a fort in the Old World. From then on, the phrase "To the Shores of Tripoli," became part of every Marine's vo- cabulary. Although the recent op- erations did not allow history to repeat itself, AMERICA's Marines stood ready to respond to any con- tingency. Along with being prepared to "Land the Landing Party", the Ma- rine Detachment performed regu- lar duties of internal and external security of the ship, honors and ceremonies, and providing order- lies to the Captain of the Ship and the embarked flag officers. Marine sentries could be seen guarding the brows, patrolling the passageways, or marching proudly as they bore the colors through the hangar bay. Whenever the IMC sounded "Se- curity Alert" or "Red Baron," the shout "Gang Way" and the thun- 6'2 4 der of boots on the deck would echo throughout the ship as the marines were prepared to locate, close with, and destroy the enemy by fire and maneuver. The Marines also spearheaded the-ship's Crisis Response Force, augmented by the Masters-At- Arms and other Weapons Depart- ment personnel during numerous training evolutions. During Gener- al Quarters, Marines man strategi- cally-located .50 caliber machine- guns in defense of the ship while underway. Marines trained in CPR and the movement of injured ship- mates provide stretcher bearers for the ship's medical response team. Early in the deployment, a flight deck helicopter crash put their skills to test in the hasty movement of injured personnel. Recent train- ing with HS-11 provides yet an- other capability for the ship when operations call for heliborne trans- port reinforced with marines. This training was highlighted with heli- borne machinegun familiarization fire. Honors and ceremonies, a Ma- rine tradition, were highlights of the deployment. The Marine De- tachment provided color guards, honor guards and ceremonial firing squads for burials at sea, memorial services, change-of-command cer- emonies and visiting dignitaries. A most notable event was the Me- morial Day Service at the Rhone American Military cemetery at Drauginan, France. The American Ambassador to France, in a letter to Commander, Sixth Fleet, recog- nized the superb performance throughout this ceremony, with special mention to the Color Guard and Honor Guard. All in all, it was an eventful and memorable deployment for the Marine Detachment. We are a small yet proud unit of Marines equally proud to be part of AMERICA's superb naval tradi- tion. SEMPER FIDELIS! CAPT Mark Freitas native of Yerington, Ne- vada, Captain Mark Frei- tas is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice H. Freitas. Captain Freitas was commissioned a Sec- ond Lieutenant on ljuly 1976, fol- lowing graduation from the Cita- del, in Charleston, South Carolina. Following Assault Amphibious Vehicle fAAVl training at Camp Pendleton, California, Captain Freitas reported to the lst Track Vehicle Battalion, 5rd Marine Di- vision, located at Okinawa, japan. He served as a Track Vehicle Offi- cer and Maintenance Management Officer. During this tour he was promoted to First Lieutenant. In july 1978, Captain Freitas re- ported to Parris Island, South Car- olina where he served as a Scricg Commander for the Second Re- cruit Training Battalion and then as the Aide-de-Camp for the Commanding General, Captain Freitas was transferred in March 1981 to the U.S. Armv Armor Center, Fort Knox, Ken. tucky, to undergo training in the Armor Officer Advaiiit-il kiwiiist' Ile was promoted to his rsittr-nr fdllli ill Sepir-iiilsr-I 1-i-tj ' ,N graduation in November 1981. Captain Freitas was transferred to assume command of Company Third Assault Amphibian Battalion, during the unit's reloca- tion from the lst Marine Brigade in Hawaii to the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center at Twen- tv-Nine Palms. California. Follow- ing his tour as Commanding Offi- cer, Captain Freitas served as the Executive Officer of Company 1st Light Armored Vehicle 1l.AVl Battalion, the first LAV unit to be activated in the LYS. Armed Forces. Departing Twenty- Nine Palms in December 1984. he assumed command of the Marine Detachment, 1'SS AMERICA on 15 February 1985 at the Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth. VA. Captain Freitas' decorations in- clude the Navy Achievement Med- al, Nasv l'nit Commendation. Meritorious l'nit Commendation. and the Sea Service Deplovmfnf Ribbon. lle is married to the former Vic- toria Susan Bos of Greensboro. X--rili t .irolina 'lilies l't'31mlt'l11vlf' i':zii.i liiatli, Yirginia L? f1,.f1 li rffm Q J ' Fin lst SGT Richard L. 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V 'i SZ5!Z?5,lr, 'J 4-f .tm '5""1 I 1 - .1 ,Q 3 .an' 'Lf WR? ., , W , I, M 'lui'-3g,?f" , . .Q , 4. f.p-WEAR 1"!""Q?"E4i'9af2g M 155 ,"'5w'f, M524 Ji' X-..?'5'4fg Atari -. +4 . , ,, '15-,wwf .iv N -. D 1 1 , ,-f , 4- JQQY5' 2 ,x gg J .1,-'aff-1:1 A fin wmwiisf Y ' -'fi ommander William W. Copeland,Jr. was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1944, The son of a career foreign Service officer, he entered the Navy in1965 through the Aviation Offi- Candidate Program. He gradu- ated from Virginia Polytechnic In- stitute and was commissioned in 1967. He received a Master of Sci- ence Degree from University of Southern California in 1980. Designated a Naval Aviator in 1968, he reported to Fighter Squadron 151, flying the F-4 Phan- tom, and in 1970 joined Fighter Squadron 51 for their transition from the F-8 Crusader to the F-4 Phantom. Following instructor duty at the Navy Fighter Weapons School from 1972 to 1975, Com- mander Copeland returned to Fighter Squadron 151 embarked aboard MIDWAY, homported in Yokosuka, japan. In 1978 he at- CCI tended the United States Air Force Test Pilot School at Edwards Air Force Base and upon completion reported to the Naval Air Test Center, Patuxent River, Maryland. Commander Copeland joined Fighter Squadron 102 in July 1981 as Executive Officer, and assumed command in November 1982. In March 1984 he joined Commander Task Force SIXTY Staff in Naples, Italy. He was assigned to the Senior Course at the Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island in August 1984, and in july 1985 became the F-14 Program Coordinator within the office of the Deputy of the Chief of Naval Operations for Air Warfare. Commander Copeland has ac- cumulated over 300 combat mis- sions, 1000 carrier-arrested land- ings, and 4000 flight hours in thirty different types of aircraft, includ- ing the F-14, F-15, F-16, F-17 and F-18. His personal awards include the Silver Star, sixteen Strike Flights and one individual Air Medal, four Navy Commendation Medals with Combat "V", the Navy Achievement Medal, Navy Unit Commendation, Meritorious Unit Commendation, National Defense Service Medal, Navy Ex- peditionary Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, five Vietnam Campaign Ribbons, the Sea Service Ribbon, the Republic of Vietnam Cross of Gallantry with Gold Star, the Vietnamese Unit Commenda- tion and the Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal. Commander Copeland is mar- ried to the former Patricia Anne McKenna of Philadelphia, Penn- sylvania. They reside in Virginia Beach, Virginia, with their two children, Sean and Melissa. 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' ' RD ' gr, Qi, 3 rr , 1 x w l I.. ii i i ll 1: It if . ll -I it V .ii i Eli '11 .lt ii I l lx ' I I I -11 COR Allen A. Ferber ommander Allen A. Fer- ber was born on 14 Oc- tober 1946 in Northfield, Vermont. He received a Bachelor of Science Degree from Utah State University in june 1969. Three months later, he entered the Navy as an Aviation Officer Candidate at Pensacola, Florida, and was com- missioned on 15 February 1970. He completed flight training at Helicopter Training Squadron EIGHT fHT-81 at NAS Ellyson Field, Pensacola, Florida, and was designated a Naval Aviator in March 1971. From flight training, CDR Ferber reported to Quonset Point, Rhode Island, to Helicopter Antisubmarine Squadron ONE CHS-11 for Fleet Readiness Pilot Training in the SH-3 Sea King he- licopter. Upon completion of his training at HS-1g he reported for his first sea tour to Helicopter Antisubmarine Squadron ELEV- EN, the squadron he would later command. During his first tour, he com- pleted two deployments aboard INTREPID fCVS-11 1, one to the North Atlantic and another to the Mediterranean. The squadron was then moved from Quonset Point, where they earned the call sign "Snowbound", to its present loca- tion, NAS jacksonville, Florida. Following his first tour in HS-11, iiiiii uit siiiii io init CDR Ferber reported to Helicopter Combat support Squadron SIX IHC-61, Norfolk, Virginia. Select- ed for assignment to the CIN- CLAN'l'FI.'I' Executive Transport Detachment, he flew the VH- SA in support of the Airborne Command Post Mission. ln October 1977, CDR Ferber reported once again to Helicopter Antisubmarine Squadron ONE IHS-11 for Fleet Readiness Pilot training and subsequent assign- ment to Helicopter Antisubmarine Squadron FIVE IHS-51 as a de- partment head. While in HS-5, he served as Safety Officer. Adminis- trative Officer and Operations Of- ficer while deployed aboard DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER for two deployments, one to the Med - iterranean and another to the Indi- an Ocean. In September 1980, CDR Ferber returned to Helicopter Antisubma- rine Squadron ONE as an Instruc- tor Pilot. There he served as Main- tenance Officer until February 1982, when he was assigned to He- licopter Antisubmarine Wing ONE IHSW-1 l as the Readiness Officer. After selection for command, iisll nnii01sl.il1 E115 CDR Ferber transferred in january 108-1 to Commander. Sea-Based ASW Wing Atlantic. jacksonville. Florida. for temporary duty' until reporting for duty' as Executive Of- ficer, HS-11, in june 198-1. CDR Ferber then completed deploy- ments aboatd AMERICA to the Indian Ocean and to the North At- lantic for "Ocean Safari SS". He then assumed command of HS-11 in ceremonies held in jacksonville. lilotida, on IS December ISHS. Commander Fetber is married to the former Sherry R. Reynolds of l-1t'lssoimlle. Florida. They have tlirt-t' children: Fdie, David and l.iixi.i g pw -h, .ru fa -Blsfll isofllllllei l . l My lllll lieoi il, CDR deplol' A I0 illc orlllll' ii" ll Soflllllel llll' iafflfl KE 0lil5 O -Uv haw lil d iiil ll perating both day and flight under all weather Conditions from both air- jiraft carrier and small boy flight ticks- the Dragonslayers of Heli- f1ElSLllJm2lI'lI16 Squadfgn Play a vital role in carrier C0pter A ELEVEN bilfflfd group defense. The primary m ' - . lsslofl of Antisubmarine Warfare Eilswl, the localization and attack en . lish emi' Submarines, is accom- E0 ted in SH-3H sea King heir- Pm equ'PPed with an array of 50Pl1istic afffd sensors. These sen- SQYS includ Eng Sonar deployed While hover- gi a m Wh. aSUf'flC anomaly detector lcll d . tarth'S etects ClISturbances in the them magnetic field caused by etal hull Of H Submarine, and C 21 variable depth dip- sonobuoys which can detect a sub- marine's acoustic signature. These sensors, coupled with the Sea King's endurance of approximately 4.5 hours and its ability to HIFR Chelicopter inflight refuelingj from almost any U.S. warship, make the SH-3H the most potent airborne ASW platform in the fleet for lo- calization and attack. The aircraft's primary weapons, two MK-46 homing torpedoes carried external- ly, may be launched in flight or while hovering with the dipping sonar deployed, thus enabling the Sea King to place the weapon in optimum position to acquire and destroy its target. In addition to ASW, IIS-ll also performs Anti- Sliip Miiftsile Uciense lifxflvifl, Search and Rescue CSAR Surface Surveillance Coordination SSC and logistics movement of mail, passengers and cargo. During their deployment on- board AMERICA during 1985 and 86, the Dragonslayers performed their mission under a variety of conditions including the harsh weather of the North Atlantic dur- ing exercise "Ocean Safari 85". With heavy seas, which at times broke over the bow of the carrier HS-11 continually searched the depths to ensure that no opposing submarines were following the car- rier. While operating in the Carib- bean as part of Fleet Exercise I-86 the squadron executed a textbook night rescue of two downed avia- , ,-Q, .- im: ,X nf- . re-Lfrf.-rf-E+. r-ez:e3T1'-ri 17"l-'1?:"f-t"iSxf'f','iz 1'2" X2 rf' cv' ...af f' ff?" ,5?2E!a-szefxfifrfmirszw 411,129-,-v?ZQ1f-ifsirecfgzgssXefmfaeiqagabe "5"b- J' - , . , ... . s.,-ag..,,-Q'-f -4-f-.ffiis-ft-H--1., -. -..a --sa- ,v-irc, r- M'-2,-og-. M- 9 .1-rf ff--nw 'Fr P qw . it - ,A ft-'93-1 vs-1f:y:'.f1.'f.1 a-s:'frn.:.mr f -we Sean-:ew':-Afi1ff.4zfa5-g.f5f1?'w1..f'-e-f ' 1 V111 ,, 5, . -, . ,.--,,: ra-,g,,,f?4W5P 5,-..,ApQy2fg,,. 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Ill ll le ers of .. - 1 -.5 ff " A if 4 ii.. . i I "iff-"""""-F 7 I i i i l l 1 national resolve and firmly estab- lished national policy. During May, the Blue Blasters continued to train and maintain their high level of combat readi- ness. Exericse "Distant Hammer" allowed the aircrew to sharpen their skills in close air support, day and night overland low-level navi- gation, war-at-sea tactics, and live f inert ordnance drops. Laser-guided bombs were dropped in Capo Teu- lada Target, Sardinia, and low-lev- el navigation sorties were flown over Turkey. Squadron training and planning continued through- out the period. Injune the Blue Blasters partici- pated in exercises "POOPDECK" and "TRIDENTE." This provided more low-level navigation training, bombing, plus a long-range mine warfare exercise. During july and August, the Blue Blasters continued routine training exercises in all mission ar- eas and maintained a readiness posture second to none. Aircrews remained current in all warfare mission areas, which include day and night bombing, day and night low-level navigation, close air sup- port, war-at-sea, mining, and search and rescue. Maintenance personnel provided quality aircraft and systems unprecedented for this period in a deployment. Sortie completion rates and aircraft avail- ability remained outstanding. Mo- rale was high as always. As this deployment ends, Attack Squadron THIRTY-FOUR once again proves that with the combi- nation of talent and expertise, and the mobility of an aircraft carrier like AMERICA, the United States is afforded the versatility and long- range striking capability which are not options with land-based air- craft. Power projection is the pri- mary mission ofthe A-6 commu- nity, and Attack Squadron THIRTY-FOUR remains ready to carry out the attack. ommander Richard G. Coleman was born in Middletown, Connecti- cut, on 21 September 1946. He at- tended Morris Harvey College in Charleston, West Virginia, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in May, 1968. Commander Coleman reported to Pensacola, Florida, as an Aviation Officer Candidate in October, 1968, and was commissioned on 7 February 1969. He reported to NAS Saufley Field and commenced flight train- ing one week later. He was desig- nated a Naval Aviator at Beeville, Texas, in April, 1970. Commander Coleman reported to the East Coast A-6 Fleet Readi- ness Squadron, Attack Squadron FORTY-TWO, in june, 1970. Upon completion of A-6 replace- ment pilot training, he joined the "Black Panthers" of Attack Squad- ron THIRTY-FIVE, where he made extended deployments to the Mediterranean Sea and Western Pacific aboard AMERICA. During the Vietnam deployment, Com- mander Coleman flew 147 combat missions, which included the min- ing of Haiphong Harbor and "Linebacker II" operations. In july, 1973, Commander Cole- man reported to Training Squad- ron Seven located in Meridian, Mississippi, where he served as an Advanced jet Flight Instructor in the TA-41 "Skyhawk" aircraft. He served as Visual Weapons Delivery and Instrument Standardization Officer. Following the thirty-month tour as a flight instructor, he reported aboard JOHN F. KENNEDY in February, 1976, where he served as CCA Officer and Assistant Air Op- erations Officer. While serving as ship's company, he made deploy- ments to the North Atlantic and Mediterranean Sea. In june, 1978, Commander Coleman reported to Attack Squadron FORTY-TWO for du- ties as a Fleet Readiness Squadron Instructor in the A-6 aircraft. While assigned to the staff of VA- 42 he served in numerous billets including Assistant Maintenance Officer, Director of Replacement Training, Operations Officer and Executive Officer. He was next assigned to Attack Squadron THIRTY-FOUR for his department head tour, where he served as Safety Officer and Oper- ations Officer. During this tour, he completed deployments to the North Atlantic, Mediterranean Sea, and Indian Ocean aboard AMERI- CA. In September, 1983, Commander Coleman reported to Medium At- tack Wing ONE, where he served as Readiness Officer and Chief Staff Officer. Selected for com- mand shortly after reporting to Medium Attack Wing ONE, he completed carrier refresher training and reported to Attack Squadron THIRTY-FOUR in August, 1984, as Executive Officer aboard AMERICA in the Indian Ocean. Commander Coleman assumed command of Attack Squadron THIRTY-FOUR on 28 January 1986. Commander Coleman's decora- tions include two Distinguished Flying Crosses, nine Air Medals Cone individual with Combat VD, five Navy Commendation Medals with Combat V, the Navy Achievement Medal, Navy Unit Commendation, several Meritori- ous Unit Commendations, and various other Vietnam Service and Campaign Medals. He has flown all models of the A-6 "Intruder" aircraft from A-6A to A-6E TRAM and has logged over 4,000 tactical jet flight hours and more than 800 carrier-arrested landings. Commander Coleman is married to the former Diane C. Rocheblave of Pensacola, Florida. They reside in Virginia Beach, Virginia, with their two daughters, Shannon and Hillary. - a- - - . --.- . A- .-.,,- ,, ' ,, ,. , L , ,. ,. , ,, ,,,.,, A , . , ..1.:.,g.Ff'-'12-.Eiga -' - -'f 5545" ' - Q - as-ffvl-'Emma 3 -' vi- , 2 W' "Jiff-'::-'g57g52Pg'575j-gr,-12.-1 f .21 A-i j. 1- 5,51-13p-' .6-151351 fLi.,yYi-E-1:Q?g1i-5:2-f nm-,f3Eg2q52a JQgEWQ9 vu'lfL,2:1?5f'.nfi2i:.1EML-" . .. .. . .. . 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The squadron transitioned to the A-4B in April 1958, and I0 Ill'-' A-4C in August 1960. The Clans- men won the CNO Safety Award for 1967, and transitioned to the A- 7B in 1968, becoming the first Cor- sair squadron to deploy to the Mediterranean Sea. VA-46 added to their l.iurt'ls l1'- V'-f"f4"li7 'M' LN!! Safety Al-'V-lfil -llf-'ll' U' VF"- tiit- tg-,nit-it Mitt- at-.ai ii. i-ri. and by surpassing liltf. accident- free months while setting the N491 single-seat attack aircraft accident- free lllflht hour record at 25,1508 hours. ln May ol 1971. flu' f-lim' rnen were sanctioned as the official llicentennial Squadron for the Nam.. 1'hu- Q'Q'fC awarded the ctvo Safeti' Awlfsl fur Wm and 19140, and won the second Battle "li" in three years in 11141. ln December, 1982, the Clans- riien departed for a Mediterranean! Indian Ocean Deployment, which was highlighted bv a WCZPUUS week at Diego Garcia as well 35 three Beacon Flash exercises. VA- V. -was awarded the Navy ljgptdb rtortarj, Medal for sen.-ig,-5 m th 1-asterri Mediterranean off the toast of lebanon Returning stateside in 'yum' luv-15, the Clansmen were grltcgcd to be the first East Cong 5,75 squadron to qmplqy the M' AGM -H8 Harm missile and asgoq. ated EW systems, Attack Squadron H DRTY SIX participated in several detachments during the turn. around cycle, including Rooggyglg Roads, Puerto Rico, Fallon, Neva. da. and Key West. Florida. In tember 14155, the Clansmen again excelled by winning the COM. LATWING ONE Bombing November 1985 found the squadron busily packing up for a kr Yak ' sh . x v S I S . y 4 native of Cincinnati. Ohio, Commander Bob Klosterman completed one year at Ohio State University prior to receiving an appointment to the U.S. Naval Academy, from which he graduated in 1969. He completed jet flight training at NAS Kingsville, Texas, and at- tained his Naval Aviator designat- ed in October 1970. He completed helicopter transition and was as- signed to Helicopter Attack lLightl Squadron THREE, flying UH-IB gunships in support of Riverine Forces in the Mekong Delta of Vietnam. Accumulating over 440 combat missions, Com- mander Klosterman returned as a flight instructor with VT-9 at Me- ridian, Mississippi, and served as Director of Training and Opera- tions Officer through 1975. Returning to the Light Attack Warfare mission area, he reported to Attack Squadron 174 for re- placement pilot training in the A- 7E in the summer of 1975. After mastering the skills of weapons de- livery and carrier recoveries in the Corsair, CDR Klosterman was as- signed to VA-86, where he com- pleted two Mediterranean deploy- ments aboard NIMITZ while serving as AvionicsfArmament Di- vision Officer and NWTOXWQ. pons Training Officer. Exceptional performance in Attack Squadron 86 secured him orders back to VA- 174 in the fall of 1978 as an instruc- tor pilot for three years. ln addition to teaching new Corsair drivers the intricacies of the light attack mis- sions, he held positions in Quality Assurance, Assistant Operations. and finally as the Maintenance Of- ficer, all while attaining his Masters Degree during weekend and night classes. Returning to the VA-86 "Side- winders" for his Department Head tour, he held both Operations and Maintenance Departments during two or more Mediterranean de- ployments, and became the first pilot to achieve 6119 arrested land- ings aboard NIMITZ. This partic- ular period in the "Sidewinder" history saw them win recognized as Light Attack Wing ONE's Mainte- nance Department of the Year and the 1982 COMNAVAIRLANT Battle CDR Klosterman screened for command in the fall of 1182, and took the helm of Attack Squadron -to in january of N56 after a year and a half as the Executive officer. With a wealth of knowledge and experience as his leadership foun- dation, "Clansman One" led bv ex- ample and guided the squadron through both a demanding work- up cycle and challenging Mediter- ranean deployment. accomplishing enviable goals of performance. His pace-setting demands ensured the letter -perfect execution of VA -46's Harm support mission during the 15 April 1'X'l61oint service strike on Libya. Following his lead. the Clansmen won numerous deplov- ment awards, including the Golden Wrench Award for m.iintt-nance excellence. the Landing Dt-rhv for SUP'-'fl' carrier .iirm.tnship, .ind the llomhing Detliv for superior deliv. ffl' .lk'k'lll'.lLiY. VA -46 In january 1986 Commander pression for a joint services strike "No-Notice" exercise aboard 5-84. Following turnover with EN- , I AMERICA. The Clansmen achieved Initial Operational Capa- bility with Harm during this exer- cise, the first such capability for the armed forces of the United States. In February, 1984, the Clansmen were busy back aboard AMERICA for a highly successful TYT-Ilf TYT-IIIfOperational Readiness Evaluation. After a brief POM pe- riod, Attack Squadron FORTY SIX deployed onboard AMERI- CA, and participated in the de- mandingjoint Air Force-Navy Ex- ercise OCEAN VENTURE 84. From there it was through the Suez Canal and into the Indian Ocean. In july the Clansmen par- ticipated in exercise Beacon Flash TERPRISE, the Clan once again transited the Suez Canal to the Mediterranean Sea enroute to par- ticipating in the NATO exercise Display Determination. After turn- over with EISENHOWER, it was home to NAS Cecil as the deploy- ment ended. The Clansmen went aboard AMERICA in MAY, 1985, for a two-week REF'TRA, and then again in july for Phase 1Af1B. In August the Clansmen went to sea to participate in the multinational exercise OCEAN SAFARI 85. His- tory was made with the first flight operations ever from a carrier in- side Vestjord in the Norwegian Sea. Bob Klosterman relieved Com- mander Dean Hendrickson as Commanding Officer and the Clansmen returned to AMERICA to participate in FLEETEX 1-86 in the Caribbean Sea, and fired the first warhead AGM 88 Harm mis- sile against the "Conoga" at-sea emitter in the Vieques Mobile Sea Range. The shot was a direct hit and destroyed the target. After a two-week POM period, the squadron deployed on 10 March to the Mediterranean Sea. Immediately tasked to support na- tional policy, the Clansmen flew sea power control missions during operations in the vicinity of Libya, and provided valuable SAM sup- against Libya on the morning of 15 April, firing the first AGM 88 Harm missiles in support of a combat strike. Participating in exercises DIS- TANT HAMMER, TRIDENTE, POOP DECK, NATIONAL WEEK, and numerous Air Wing exercises, the Clansmen flew over 1200 sorties and 2700 hours at an unprecedented 9.671 sortie com- pletion rate. 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' '4 ' craft which incorporates.1dx'.1m'cJ swmh fwm .111 .nlr-rw-.urf1:Lr.ki aw z.. ..s s Xi ,. weapons, radar, ami D.iYlgQiflUI1 :nude rw .um .urvm-.ur rmuic, thugs LA.: -.nf .1 , - 'Q " vff- , 4 Q , . ""-""" -Q-e-nu-vw... V 1, X, v ' ' f xv i'EEz1-A-xvnwugmu-fr.-.VD-m.-.......,,-,, A ,, ll A L L I -., '4,,..f,, greatest challenges the squadron faced was operating in the North Atlantic during exercise "Ocean Safari". During that exercise, the Bluehawks launched 321 sorties, scoring a 100 percent sortie com- pletion rate. Despite very cold weather conditions that included visibility often near zero, ceiling less than 200 feet, and a pitching flight deck, VA-72 met every op- erational commitment. The squad- ron received top carrier landing honors, winning the Golden Hook award with an unbeatable average of 3.57. In December the Bluehawks logged their sooth flight hour in calendar year 1985. Tl'1iS WGS the second consecutive year that the squadron achieved this milestone. Since the beginning of the de- ployment, our biggest highlight to date was operating in the Gulf of Sidra in defense of our national interests. It was a pleasure to test our motto of "NO NOTICE - NO PROBLEM". During the development, our sortie completion rate was an im- pressive 99.8 percent, and the squadron logged three years FOD- free. In july, VA-72 received the Golden Tail Hook award for the fourth consecutive line period with a landing grade of 3.55. CDR Stewart considers the high morale and professional leadership throughout the squadron as the reasons why the Bluehawks con- tinue to set the standard for excel- lence. CDR Gordon G. Stewart ommander Gordon G. Stewart was born in To- ronto, Canada, and be- came a naturalized United States citizen in july, 1965, at Los Ange- les, California. After graduating from UCLA in june 1968, he en- tered the Naval Service as an Avia- tion Officer Candidate in Pensaco- la, Florida. Commissioned in january 1969, he commenced flight training and was designated a Na- val Aviator in April, 1979, at NAS Beeville, Texas. Upon completing initial training in the A-75 Corsair, CDR Stewart reported to the Fighting Redcocks of Attack Squadron 22. Serving as the Personnel Officer, Administra- tive Officer and Quality Assurance Officer, he made two WESTPAC deployments aboard CORAL SEA, flying 126 combat missions. In December, 1973 CDR Stewart reported to Training Squadron FOUR in Pensacola, Florida, for duty as a basic jet flight instructor. In july 1975 he became the Stan- darization Officer for Training Air Wing SIX, where he was also a member of the initial T-2C flight simulator acceptance team. Returning to sea duty in july 1976, CDR Stewart reported to KITTY HAWK for duty as Cata- pult and Arrestmg Gear Officer After participating in an extensive carrier overhaul in Bremerton, Washington, he again deployed to WESTPAC. In july 1978, CDR Stewart re- ported to Fighter Squadron 126, based at NAS Miramar. In addition to qualifying as an adversary pilot, he was the program manager for T-2C Out-of -Control flight train- ing, amassing over 2000 upright and 500 inverted spins. After completing A-72 refresher training, CDR Stewart reported to the Waldos of Attack Squadron 66 in February 1982. Serving as Main- tenance Officer and Operations Officer, he completed two Medi- terranean deployments aboard DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER. In November 1984, CDR Stewart re- ported to Attack Squadron 72 as Executive Officer, and assumed command of the Bluehawks on 3 May 1986. CDR Stewart's awards include ten Strike Flights Air Medals, eight Navy Commendation Medals with Combat "V", and various Unit Campaign Awards. His vivacious and lovely wife is the former Nanci Carole Grison of Daytona Beach, Florida. They re- side in Orange Park, Florida, with their children: jeffrey, Susan, and Grant. CDR Gordon G Su-war! 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' 9 1-T',,f3.-n.iheQyfv ffzfkl- l:..!4-2w.'luQ',.f-':'Ax?f,,v,. -4 p, ':.: g y. . gf ff H63 fl ..,wg,5aQjf,ng,g.':j'2gi4n:1:wifdam:img,g,Q:,feff3vs-gnm9g5,2ia1.ff:qg'f-arxfif L-fixezsarqfr, wiv qw, .,,hg,,fi - ,miningbff1,:5qg5Qy'.s:yf-.gil-4.A.-,Iffmgfqgf. VA - 23 native of Nlission, Texas, Commander l.iehe grad- uated from the l'nivt-rsitv of Houston in 1968 with a Bache- lor's Degree in Business Adminis- tration. He entered the Navy in july of the year through the Avia- tion Ofhcer Candidate lADCl Program, and was commissioned an Ensign at NAS, Pensacola, fflor- ida, on 21 March 1969. Following this initial training, he attended the Combat Information Center Course at Glynco, Georgia, where he received his designation as a Naval Flight Officer in December 1969. Commander I.iebe's first opera- tional assignment was a split tour that began in january' 1970 with Airborne Early Warning Squadron ONE fVW'-11 and Fleet Air Re- connaissance Squadron ONE QVQ-11, both based in Agana, Guam. 1'pon competion of this tour of duty in March 1972, Com- mander Liebe reported to Com- mander, Operational 'fest and Evaluation Force, Norfolk, Virgin- ia, where he served as a Project Officer for Surface Radar Systems. ln january 1975, Commander Liebe reported onboard FORRES- TAL as Electronics Warfare Offi- cer, where he completed two de- ployments to the Mediterranean Sea. Obtaining qualifications as Tactical Action Officer, OOD l'n- derway, and serving as the Sea and Anchor OOD, he earned designa- tion as a Surface Warfare Officer on 7 March 1977. Commander l,iebe then reported to Carrier Airborne Early Warriing Training Squadron 120 at NAS, Norfolk, Virginia, in April 1977, for transitioning to the li-JC and received orders to RVAW-120 for a two-year tour in September as an NEO lnstruttor ln -liily 1979, he reported to Carrier Airborne lftirlv Wartiiiig Stiuatlroii 126 and made tleployriients to the Metlitt-rrarieaii Sea .intl liiiliaii flu-.iii oiilvmril -lfllllbi l' Kl'NNI4lJY Xvliili' .is 'slifIlt'tll1iVAWf l,'fi lil' 'sKlXlil ,ix tlir' fXfl.iiiitt'ii.iiiir flllii ii 'Xiliiiiiiin ll.ilIN' fllliifi.iii-ll1iifi.ili--it11' l 1, ' ficer. fiollowing a tour at Armed Forces Staff College, Commander Liebe loaned the "World famous SCRfiNX'l'OPS" Of VAW-125 as Executive Officer on 14 Mai l'l-N. and became the lotli Commanding Officer on ll Noi.-eniher lil-4-1 Among the numerous awards be- stowed upon him are the Air Med- al, Navv Commendation Medal, Navy' Achievement Medal, and several unit and Vietnam Service Awards. KUR Xl illtairif lrrfvt fini W lk-iitiis llolfrfoiil, hef or:i:1'.ar'.d::1,j4 Nfztefol VAX! .ljil --ifzetu-:se hltrriiti as Nl Rfverlif YP UNI' ,is Q IDR Xl llefzrz-. Hoi- brinih Shaper! ff-iifif-wa. 1-mb. The reins or the Seseinops from f DR Hill hehe orz 25 Klan during the f izange ol I ortznzaszti teremo- nies in C antics, frame I UR ffoi- hro-ik hails from Asha:-.sas, and entered the Nav. :ft 1141 llc lv:- gan has fixing career at Y I'-1 :ri Perisatola, florida, t--:irimiing through lu YI'-:Hint ivf?XLSl?1flS- ti, where he reteiveti figs wings an lsfo CDR ll--lbs--ia szaszeti his operational taree: --zz the West foast with YAXITZU- where he flew over IMD combat stiptu-rt sor- ties during two tiegiQ.w,::ierits hr Southeast Asia ah-'ard l UXSlif'l,- l..'K'l'lUN In 19'-1 ize qi-:tied VAX! -llll, the Wes! f--as! s 1'-I fflllllllg sqtiatftiin Alter a sazttess- fiil tout of training new l paints, fluff lftrlhtixrh fcpnftctl I-if YYY- .' in Miramar, falifotzzaa, as Ati- iiiinistratixe f Water, where he tran- sitioned to the :X-'l' it-:xa:r ll lfollowirig a Western Patilzt .le- plovment aboard R.-XNUIR, he returiietl to l'eiisatola :ix l9'9 as a flight instruttor in the lff liiitk- exe .intl 'lf K9 Salwreliiier with Yl- lll lli l'l'4.', CDR llollif----it re- turned to the 1 ti-iiiiiiuiiits, .issigiietl on the Xli-tr timer' with YAXWL -ll' .ilioartl l N11 lil'RlSl ilillffi' lit' scrstxl .is Nl.iiiiteiiaiite -Hhl Uperatioiis llllii er tiiarziig ex- ll'l1ilC'il ilt'DltigiiH-rife -ii -My Vi -gi, . i..,.. .xii .lllil lllill.1l11ltt.il'x l f',,f, 3' 111 Xp it-nil-ti Dwi! t iiiq ii.. C,- it'lXttl 'lit i',ii,',- -,-., f-i i 1 i str t , i , i l . hx sf AW-123, known as the Screwtops, is a squadron comprising twenty-five officers, 130 enlisted personnel, and four Grumman E-2C Hawkeye aircraft. Originally intended to provide Airborne Early Warning CAEWD and Combat Air Patrol QCAPJ control services to a carrier battle group against approaching hostile aircraft, the mission of the squadron has evolved over the years since its commissioning in 1967. Its charter now includes command, control and communi- cations CC3j, surface surveillance, strike aircraft control, electronic sensory measures QESMD support, air traffic control, search and res- cue CSARD support, over-the-ho- rizon-targeting QOTH-Tj and sundry other missions, in addition to a long list of services performed by the versatile E-2C, its aircrew, and the men. who keep it flying. This versatility was nowhere more aptly demonstred than dur- ing Operations Prairie Fire and El Dorado Canyon, when "Screwtop" E-2Cs proved C3 and CAPfstrike aircraft control services to a force of over thirty U.S. Navy warships and 250 aircraft from AMERICA, SARATOGA, and CORAL SEA battle groups operating in the Gulf of Sidra. Our crews provided key control, which contributed to the heavy damage inflicted upon an SA-5 missile site at Sirte, Libya, and successful attacks against two hostile Libyan guided missile pa- trol boats, one of which was sunk, the other damaged. The threat to U.S. forces at sea is constantly changing. To meet this threat, new or improved weap- on systems and new and innovative tactics for employing them must be continuously introduced. Whatever path this constant pro- cess of development takes, VAW- 123 and other E-2C squadrons will find themselves at the forefront of battle group tactics. 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Following a tour at VF- 121 as a flight instructor, Commander Hoffman transitioned to the F-1-1 Tomcat at VF-124 and, while as- signed to VF-32, participated in the introduction of the Tomcat to the Atlantic Fleet. He then served tours at NMPC as detailer, VF- 1113 and as Chief of Staff Officer to Commander Fighter Wing UNF. Commander Hoffman returned to AMERICA with his assignment to VF-S5 in October 1983. Wliile under his command, the Starfighrers received the Meritori- , . , , ous l-nit Cornrnendation lor par- tir ipation in Ocean Safari 'HS in the North Atlantic and Norwegian Sea '-I'lilil'syt'.ir,frrii1rri.ilitlt'rllnlllllali CDR t RAIL V. lltlllh-IAN has led the squadron through its most illustrious deplof,-rnent in re- cent rnemorv. VF-is received the Navy l'nit Cfornrnendation lor OV1. UPS lll in March H11 ln April 1986, the Starhghters returned to the Gulf of Sidra and llew HAR- CAP in support ol the air strrlses on Libya. The Starhghtersi perlor- mance remained stellar throughout the deployment, meeting all opera- tional tasking while parm iparing in numerous NATO exercises and Tripoli I-'IR operations 'lihroughout these high-tempt, operations, the squadron has main- tained a high state ol salett and readiness, at one point flying N128 consecutive scheduled sorties without an on-deck ahort, enroute to a 99.7','i'i sortie completion rate Witli continued "All hands" ern- phasis on .isset preservation .ind FUD prevention, VF-is has re- mained Ff DID-free lree sint e Marr h IVHS, through over H100 hours ol flying. In addition to the niant squadron athievernents tlus de- ployment, Ciornniander lloHni.in had added to his .ilreadv iinpressixe flight retoril, with niore than sooo total flight hours lover .'tXXJ loin tat hoursl, .ind over lstll thot-i landings in his rarer-r C DR lloll inan lixes in Virginia Iii-itli with lllS Xkllt lllltl.l .llltl lllN il.ll1l'llltls lltlllls fhllll .illil lX.llll.lIll .:5i, V. I -, t,' ' 1 ' N," ." ' ' l.if-" f"' .:, y,,i,'4' l.,A' i- r 'l' A Xiu ll '-s' "" "' ii' i1f"1a l"f 'A' ""' " 'fa' -1f'4' - lk ' ti--f,. , - -'J' i'I'ALf.,' Xl YL ll I-il " WI- ' !!,ZXN1'rf.'I-I "7 ii ll ' 'ir' "' A NxKs1,P,.--:.v" l' - ' ' li' -- if I- 1' ri-.i:..- ff r-I Bl I'-f'-1' Fl" ' ' Suriv :. I I 'ri ll -' 1' " ' sal'-14-21111. flff-75: ' x'4"' li li-::.:r.r:,.t.i':"'. 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Hl NIJRHJ UNL he re. gllfffml to lighter aiuldlljfl UNE lll NURHJ 'Ivo as lixecumg Unit ef rn Much 1444 lie Assumed rozrifvzmd or fighter Squadron UN! lll'NlDRl'lJ TWU rm rg .Nugut-K 2141 ' ,i. ' , , W. i' ,gui J. 17 1, 9:5 fi' 5 WW ah rt W rt Commander Lyle's decorations include the Meritorious Service medal, Navy Commendation Med- al, and Meritorious Unit Commen- dation. ' Commander Lyle is married to the former Linda Cronin. They re- side in Virginia Beach, Virginia. he Diamondbacks were born on 1 july 1955, when VF-102 was commissioned in jacksonville, Florida. The first aircraft to carry the distinctive Dia- mondback markings was the Mc- Donnell FZH Banshee, a single- seat, twin-engine fighter-bomber which carried 4 ZOMM cannon in- ternally. The first cruise began when the Diamondbacks took their Ban- shees aboard RANDOLPH in july 1956, journeying to the Mediterra- nean Sea. After returning from de- ployment, the squadron traded in their Banshees for the Douglas F- 4D-1 Skyray. The Skyray carried four ZOMM cannon internally and the AIM-9B Sidewinder missle. The squadron's outstanding per- formance in the Skyray resulted in VF-102 being AIRLANT's entry in the 1958 "All-Navy Weapons Meet" in El Centro, CA. After a final cruise with the Skyray onboard FORRESTAL in 1960, the squadron began transi- tion to the F-4B Phantom at their new home at NAS Oceana, Virgin- ia Beach, Virginia. The Mach II capable Phantom was manned by both a pilot and Radar Intercept Officer CRIOD, with a missle-only weapons load for air-to-air mis- sions. This was the beginning of a twenty-year association with the Phantom. Highlights of this period were participation in "Operation Sea Orbit", the first Nuclear Task Force circumnavigation aboard ENTERPRISE, winner of COM- NAVAIRLANT Battle "E"s in 1964 and 1966, combat operations off Vietnam in 1968, Meritorious Unit Citation in 1970 for thejorda- nian Crisis deployment, and cross- deck operations aboard HMS ARK ROYAL in 1975 and 1978. The Diamondbacks bade fare- well to the Phantom in june of 1981, after returning from an Indi- an Ocean Cruise onboard INDE- PENDENCE. During that summer, the squadron began transitioning to the Grumann F-14A Tomcat. The Tomcat's design provides the pilot and RIO with the most for- midable air-to-air radar and weap- ons system ever devised. The prin- cipal feature of the long-range AWG-9 radar is its multiple- launch-capable Phoenix missle system. The Sparrow and Side- winder missile, along with the six- barrelled, ZOMM vulcan cannon it carries internally fill out the Tom- cat's weapons suite. Regular deliv- eries of Tomcats began in january of 1982 as the squadron prepared for deployment onboard AMERI- CA. With the arrival of the Tom- cat, the Diamondbacks also re- ceived a new mission in addition to the traditional fighter role, that of photo-reconnaissance. VF-102 be- came a TARPS QTactical Air Re- connaisance Pod Systemj Fighter squadron capable of performing both roles. Adapting to the new mission, the squadron received the East Coast Tactical Reconnais- sance Trophy for TARPS excel- lence for 1982-1983, and swept first place in Maintenance, Intelligence and Aircrew performance in the VF-101-sponsored Photo Recon- naissance Derby in August 1983. The fighting Diamondbacks spent much of 1985 and 1986 un- derway onboard AMERICA. The highlights of 1985 came in the North Atlantic when the squadron participated in Operation Northern Wedding, a multi-national NATO exercise in which the Diamond- backs flew against a variety of air- craft, as well as conducting inter- cepts against Soviet bombers. The deployment of 1986 began on 10 March 1986, as the squadron flew its twelve P-14 Tomcats aboard AMERICA. After a speedy transit of the At- lantic Ocean, the squadron arrived in the Mediterranean Sea to com- bine forces with SARATOGA and CORAL SEA. The assembly of these U.S. combatants joined forces to become the largest task force since World War II. The aircraft carriers conducted Freedom of Navigation Operations north of Libya, and aircraft rou- tinely flew below the so-called "Line of Death". On March 24th Diamondback aircraft were fired on by Russian-built surface-to-air missiles from Sirte, Libya. Later that same evening more SA-5 SAMS were fired. Also, Libyan surface ships fired at VF-102 air- craft that were on station perform- ing their combat air patrol CCAPQ mission. The Diamondbacks played an integral part in the widely publi- cized April 15th raid on Libya. The Tomcats had the mission of pro- viding cover for the Air Force F- 111s that bombed Tripoli. During the month of May, the squadron was involved in opera- tion "Distant Hammer". VF-102 aircraft flew a variety of missions, including dogfighting with Italian F-1045, Turkish F-4s and F-5s, as well as air-to-ground gunnery, june found the Diamondbacks engaged in exercise "Poop Deck" with Spanish forces. Not only did the pilots and RIOs get invaluable training fighting against Spanish Mirage aircraft, but they also en- gaged US Air Force F-16s sta- tioned in Spain. The squadron also flexed its picture-taking muscle by escorting Air Wing attack aircraft on bombing raids and taking BDA Cbomb damage assessmentj pho- tos. The second half of the cruise was less exciting for the Diamond- backs. The squadron flew a variety of missions to stay current in all phases of training. The aircrew flew sorties to stay proficient in ACM Cdogfightingj, air-to-air and air-to-ground gunnery, TARPS reconnaissance, and ship's service hops, allowing them to control air- borne intercepts. A high point came on the 26th ofjuly. Two Diamondback aircraft participated in a missle shoot. Both jets shot AIM-9 sidewinders at flares, resulting in direct hits. As the cruise came to a conclu- sion, the men of VF-102 anticipat- ed the long transit across the At- lantic. 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