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LTJG Larry Kertz, ENS Dean Davidson, ENS Dave Crow, ENS Steve Deutermann... PIZZA PARTY. CW01 Ken Coe Jr. When in Japan, do as the Japanese do. LT R. Clark, ENS G. Wlarazon, LT D. Schnelzer, ENS J. Boggio, Two Tall, ENS S. Deutermann, LTJG J. Richards, BM1 H. Hansborough. LT Clark, LTJG T. Lopez, LTJG C. Johnson. CDR Aldana, Joe, Don, Rick, Joe, Ed, Ray, Dude, Charlie, Ted, Dean. HAIL AND FAREWELL TO ED, TED AND CHARLIE. LTJG R. Murphy, LT J. Carroll. LCDR D. Santamaria, CDR C. Bryant, ENS J. List, LT Clark, LT Schnelzer. LTJG Ed Alder, LT Jim Jewell. IT WAS THIS BIG! LTJG Noha, LT Carroll, LTJG Johnson, LCDR Santamaria, MACS Roberts. THE FIRST CUSTOMS SEARCH. Dean, Ken, Ted, LTJG Joe Noha. TED ' S FAREWELL SPEECH. ENS Jim List, LT Rob Martin. FAREWELL TO CHUCK PARNELL. Ray, Clark, Dennis Schnelzer, George Marazon. B Lul H mm y| 1 ' r J Mi . ENS George Chapman. OFFICERS CALL IN THE WARDROOM. Executive Officer, ENS Deutermann, LTJG Murphy, LTJG Richards, ENS Davidson, ENS Boggio. LCDR Santamaria, YN3 Urquiza, CDR Bryant. Dave, Chuck, Jim. LT Ed Jankura. HAIL AND FAREWELL TO CHUCK PARNELL. : Ken Coe, CO Wright, LT Jankura, CDR Bryant, LCDR Santamaria. GUESTS OF THE CHIEF ' S MESS. ENS Keith Guyer. CDR Bryant. AT SEA DETAIL. George, Jim, Joe, Chuck. LCD PARTY. LCDR Al Johnson, ENS Dean Davidson, ENS Joe Boggio. OPS DEPARTMENT. Chuck, ■ ' Little " Joe, Joe, Larry. LTJG Charlie Johnson. OFFICERS OF JAPAN ' S NAVY ENJOY WARDROOM HOSPITALITY. W " ' ' pif a ILm ' P t - " -K ti ' ' y . r -r LTJG Kertz, LT Carroll, DK1 Vargas, XO. HOW MUCH CASH ' HOW MUCH CHECK ' LET ME THINK Deck SECOND DIVISION: BM3 W. Lundquist, BM3 S. Domstead, SA J. Pettus, SA J. Samuel. SN S. Hulsey, SA D. Howard. SN L. Babanto. SN E. Zacarias, SN F. Davis. SA R.C. Davis. SA J. Morrisette. SA J. Henderson. i m ; i 3 i SECOND DIVISION CONTINUED: SN R.M. Davis. SA J. Samuel. SN S. Hulsey, SA A. Morris. SN E. Zacarias. SR R. Smith. THIRD DIVISION: SA R. Curtis. SN M. Winter, (top to bottom) FTG3 D. Debo. FTG3 B. Dichter. GMG3 T. Bays GMG3 D. Motta. GMG2 C. Douglas. FTG3 K. Spi nks. GMG3 W. Danforth. FIRST DIVISION: BM3 J. Brown. SN R.E. Davis. ENS D. Davidson. SA L. Black BM1 H. Hansborough. SA D. Crisp. SA K. Snow.SA W. McDonald. SA E. Carson. SA A. Woods, SA V. Olipane. SA M. Turner. Taking a break. Truck, Bill, Howard. Sugar Bear. SA Carson. FTG3 K. Spinks. BM3 W. Lundquist. SN P. Peterson, BMSN R. Swift, SN E. Zacarias.SN T. Racca, SN D. Silfast, SA J. Samuel, SN S. Hulsey. SA Frankie Ramirez. SHSN J.W. Davis, " , HTFN L. Hicks, SA K. Robinson, SA MacTurner, BMSN J. Hawthorne, GMGSN B. Ducros, GMG2 C. Douglas, SA J. Holt, HTFN J Sams, SA E. Carson, FN R. Burns, ' , SA J. Morrisette, SN E. Frage, ?, BM3 C. Jones, SA H. Sullivan, BTFA S. Parks, SN F. Davis. SA J. Henderson. GMG3 J. France. Short! FTG3 D. Debo, FTG1 J. Eusebio. SN U. Minter. Painting. SN F. Claus, SA D. Crisp, SN R.M. Davis. One way or another, you ' re going to be baptized. SA R. Marientes. Praying? Liberty. BMI Howard Hansborough, SN Chuck Bunn. BM3 Joe Pires. SN Jack Grist. I could handle all three of you with just one of my fingers. GMGSN R. Jarve, EM3 S. Thiry. Steve and Art. Two Tall, Bobby and Rosario. Someday I ' ll be as big as him. Two Tall, SA C. Redding (RED), Howard, Zach, Art. SN Campbell (CARL). LTJG JJ Richards, Cowboy. Dan, Jan, BeBop HAVE AN OLY. HAVE A BUD. HAVE A SCHLITZ. 10 Motta, Debo. That bird ' s a better shot than we are. Bill Danforth. It ' ll work next time. BM3 Streckel (UVE). CDR Wright, SA C. Rawson. m ' -• " ' " ' r HT3 Frank Zacarias. BIV13 Joe Pires, BM3 Ricky J. Barnes. ENS Davidson. SA Lonny Black. Carry on. II SA W. McDonald CDR Wright, GMG3 J. France. BM3 A.C. Johnson, GIVIG3 Tom Bays, BIV13 Clyde Jones. SA R. Valadez. SMSN Frank Arias, BM3 Ronald Swift, HMSN Ron Gray. Zach, Mike. Tacho, Bud, Zach, Carl. 12 Steve and Car Blow that one by me again ENS Deutermann, BM3 Joe Brown. Big Dave in Action. GMG2 Douglas. LTJG Richards. GMG1 Peets. Somebody get the nonskld. MIVI2 Boyen. BMC E. Justiniani. In Repair three. CDR Wright. BM1 Hansborough. Between the two of us. 13 . L V R.C. and IVIcClung. Liberty boat in Hong Kong. SN Sammy Battee, FTG1 Johnny Eusebio. BTFA Steve Salazar. Caught in the Act. SN Grist (El Grinko). Working over his head. Tom, Dave, Ken. Second Division Chain of Command ENS G. Marazon, BM1 R. Hutchinson, BM2 A. Lerma. BM3 C.R. Williams Ridden by BM2 Lerma. 14 SA Crisp, SA Robinson. SN Vato Galdeano. Cowboy. . .Lend me your Ears. BMC Justiniani. ENS Marazon, ENS Guyer. LTJG Richards, LT Jewell. That ' s all Folks. 15 A Division FN D. Tolifson, ENFN G. Hopkins, FA J. Nevares, FN K. Granquist, MM3 J. Fairchild, MMC J. Flanagan, FN D. Marva, EN2 R. Burda, MR2 Benzing, ENC D. Beane, EN2 R. Richardson, EN2 E. Talamayan, EN3 R. Troxell, FN B. Amaro, EN3 J. Kelly, FN M. Crockett, ENFA G. Parton, FA J. Schmidt, EN3 M. Poirier, MM1 J. TesofO, LTJG R. Murphy, EN3 J. Funk. FNF, Is EWJ. ENS Troxell, MR3 W. Brice, MR1 D. Hallare. Clean the head! Grandquist, Chief Flanagan, Burda, HT2 A. Croft, Crockett. Watch me tie a slip knot. FA J. Nevares, FA J. Schmidt, EN2 Burda. I ' m creating a monster! EN3 D. Kamai. Always ready? Richy Rich stops rust! MM2 W. (Tom) Hardcastle, CDR C. Bryant. (FILL IN THE BLANK) 16 FN F. Sol is. Is that really Vietnam? FN D. Marva. GQ isn ' t all that bad. EN3 J. Martin, EN2 Richardson. THINKING?? It ' s so lonely In WESTPAC. MM2 Fairchild, EN3 Troxell. Liberty risks? Chief Beane, MM3 J. Church. At least we used to be! Chief Beane. Mission Accomplished! Hallare, Funk, Chief Beane, Chief Flanagan. Shultz, McClung, Urquiza, Jankura, Marientes. P A R T Y 17 The Filter Gang. EMFN J. Pittner, EN3 R. Troxell, ENFN G. Hopkins. MM2 N. Donwen, MMI J. Tesoro. Foosball. MM2 W. Hardcastle. Watching TV. YNSN C. Cacas. MMFN D. Bohall. EN2 E. Talamayan. FN D. Marva. Buddies. I FA Amaro, FN Marva, FA Tolifson. FA Schmidt. MM2 J. Fairchild. The New Look: EN3 F. Philbrook, EN3 M. Poirier. EN3 R. Troxell. MM2 J. Fairchild, EN3 FN M. Crockett. • ' ■ Martin. ENFN M. Nowlin, FA D. Tolifson. ENFN D. Miller. ENFN G. Hopkins. MR1 D. Hal tare. ENFN R. Miller, EN2 R. Richardson, FA J. Schmidt, MM2 N. Donwen, EN2 E. Talamayan, FA B. Amaro. 18 E Division EMI C. Gonzales, EM2 C. Lomibao, E(V13 G. Gates, ICFN L. Lynn, EM3 G. Stevens, EM3 R. Sharp, EM3 C. Llaniguez. EMFN A. Blackman, EMFN R. Esposito, EMS J. McClung, EMFN R. Murray, IC1 E. Drake. The management. ENS D. Crow, ENS S. Deutermann, IC1 E. Drake, EMC C. Sharkey. Hutch and Duck. EMS G. Gates, EMC C Sharkey. EMFN R. Murray. ICFN D. Moore, ICFN L. Lynn Officer ' s country is about to (ose the load. Mac enjoying his watch. FN D. Flower. The pepsi cleans better than the cleanser! 19 V ICFN D. Moore, EMFR S. Bobbins, EM3 R. Sharp, SN R. Marientes. EMFR Bradley. The Devil made me do It. EMFN S. Thiry, EM3 B. Wind i x; — . — J.-M r EM3 G. Gates. There ain ' t no way. WnHoB EM3 G. Stevens. EM3 J. McClung. Zap. EMFN M. Allison. EMFN A. Blackman. Ho! s n ICFN R. Burns. Black Power. 20 R Division (I F WE CAN ' T FIX IT, IT WASN ' T BROKEN) ? HT2 A.C. Croft, FN J. Gill, HTFA E. Weatherspoon, HTFA M. Luther, HT3 J. Short, FN M. Plamann, HT1 L. Rueber, FA J. Fulmer, HTFA L. McClendon. FA J. Grimes, FN T. Abramson, HTFA F. McCown, FR C. Terens. m- See you In November. No! You can ' t go this time. r You ' re RIGHT! its broken. Chief Stevens law (This Is the way It ' s going to be!) Lose something Fred? 21 HTC L. Heppe, HTC H. Moye, CW01 K. Coe. The damage is in his head. FN L. McClendon. HT3 D. Jelen. This is a drill. This is a drill. HT2 A. Croft, EM3 S. Thiry. That ' s what I call bad breath. HT3 J. Smith, FA S. Michael, GMGSN B.Ducros, HT3 J. Levy. Give him to us. We can fix any head. SH3 D. Paluay, FA S. Michael. If his head can ' t be fixed, it ' ll have to come off. FN J. Fulmer, HTFA F. McCown. Fish FN J. Gill. HT1 L. Rueber. If I had a harrmer. 22 HT3 D. Barnes, HT3 J. Levy. HT3 L. Smith. Beer Party in Okinawa. FN N. Snyder, HT3 J. Short. Super HT. CO A. Wright, HTC H. Moye, HT1 L. Rueber, CW01 K. Coe Re-enlistment. HTFA L. Hicks PR C. Terens. 1 m » -„ _ BHj ! f ' H W ' ■ i f " i If 1 i n 1 K J ' v-v W A OS 1 » ty 1 1 HTFN J. Sams, HT1 L. Rueber. HTC H. Moye, FN D. Street. HTFA F. McCown. EM2 W. Allen, HT2 J. Lackey. BTFA B. Myers, FN M. Plamann, FN T. Abramson. The ARC Spark. 23 .. B BlJ B ' 1 3 9 P F ' ilVI hh Bbtv I 1 ts P FN N. Snyder. Serving chow. -.,r! ita p 1 H B .i itj ' - ' • ' 1 « 1 HTFA E. KVeatherspoon. Cleaning up time. HT3 M. Fulton, FN J. Gill. I don ' t think we can weld wood. HT3 Klein. Watch me really stick it to it. 24 B H " ' ' is- ' " ' On B DIVISION: ENS Crow, BTC Munn, BTCS Flori. FA Buyeks, LT Martin, FA Ritchey, FN Stevick, BTFA Johnson, BTFA Pickett, BTFA Shifflet, FN Goodwin, FA Mancuso, BT3 Tibbets. BTFN Brown, FN Peterson, BTFN McCoil, FA B. Choate. I I vA. I M DIVISION: NIMC Thompson. FN OReilly, MMFN Vangoethem, MMFA Shdeed. FN Harris, MMFA Harris MMFA J. Shdeed, ENS J. List, MMFN M. Yetter, MMFN J. Frost, MMFA L. Gillis. MMFA P. Baumgartner, MM3 V. McMahan, MM3 Santiago, MM2 Boyett, MM1 Taylor, MM3 J. Vontungelin. B DIVISION: FN M. Goodwin, BTFN J. Brown, FN K. Shipman. FA D. Mancuso, BTFA S. Parks, FA B. Choate, FA W. Ritchey, BTFA P. Shifflet, BTFA R. Shedosky. MM3 M. Gantz, MMC P. Thompson, k BTFN J. Berquist, BTFA R. Shedosky, BT3 M. Marshall, MM3 Benjamin. 25 IVIM3 R. Carroll. EMFN R. Esposito. EM3 G. Gates. MNO V. McMahan, FN D. Nance, FN L. Gillis, FN S. Rohrer, MM2 R. Judd. IKJB ' W I FA L. Curley NIMFA D. Peterson, MM1 K. Taylor. FN W. Buycks, BTFN J. Brown, FA W. Ritchey, BTFN P. Tibbetts. BTCS J. Flori, BTFN J. Berquist. BTFN D. Mancuso. 26 B and A Division before quarters. MMFN S. Rohrer, MIVI2 R. Judd. MIVI3 Fuzzy Ericson. We just blew NR2 Main Turbine. You should ' ve been in the bar I was in last night. EMFN S. Thiry, EM3 R. Wind, MMFN P. KIrchoff. BTFN T. Peterson, BTFN M. Goodwin, BTFN K. Shipman. FN Willie Parks. GOODBYE! Tit .?■ V t V ' ,» y BTFA S. Salazar. BTFN T. Peterson, BTFN M. Goodwin, MMFN P. Vangoethem. 1 MM3 E. Santiago, Vango 27 BTFN J. Brown. Did they say Brown out of NR one? BTC W. Munn, BTFN F. McCoil. MMFN J. Frost, UUFN A. Darroch. BTFN J. Berquist, BT2 G. Fowler, BT1 G. Jacobsen, BTFN P. Shifflet. t - - nm2 J. Slagley. MMFN R. Powell, MM3 J. Vontungelin. MMC P. Thompson, CDR A. Wright, CW03 C. Parnell, ENS J. List. 28 BTFN E. Johnson, BTFN J. Berquist. BTFN (Butch) Pickett. -•» i)iv K m MMFN M. Yetter, MMFN D. Peterson. »Iil i arnest, IVIM2 G. Johnston, MIVO J. Benjamin. BTFA Willie Buycks, BT2 Slick Fowler, BTFA Paco Rodriguez, BT3 Pete Tibbets, BTFN Butch Pickett, BTFN J. Berquist. Oh come all Ye Faithful. Slick, Pete Tibbets, Paco Rodriguez. These are the Pit Snipes, the men who ran the ship, the men who worked hard trying to get us out of Sasebo and finally succeeded. These men worked under the most extreme con- ditions onboard ship. But they still came out smiling. BTFA D. Martz, FN B. Choate. FN K. Shipman, BTFN W. Stevick. 29 EMFA Allison, BT3 Marshall, FN Goodwin, BTFN McGuire, MMFN Rohrer, FN Peterson, FN Englehart, MMFN Church. On 8 September 1975, CW03 Parnell left the ship in Sasebo for retirement. BTFN McGuire, ENS List, MM2 Judd, MM3 Liggett, MM3 Vontungelin, MMC Baum, MMC Thompson, BTC Munn, MM3 MM3 Vontungelin, MM2 Donwen. CW03 Parnell, BTCS Flori, BTFN Goodwin, BTFA Parks, BTFA Buycks, BT3 Brown, BTFA Ritchey, BTFN Choate, BTFA Pickett, MMFN McGuire, MMFN Rohrer, FN Petersen, MMFN Englehart, MM3 Donwen, MMFN Church, MM3 Vangoethem, MM3 Vontungelin.. CW03 Parnell says his last Good-byes. BTFA Pickett, MMFN Church, FA Petersen, MMFN Rohrer, BTFA Parks, BT3 Marshall. ENS List, MMC Thompson, MMC Baum, EMC Shorkey, BTCS Flori, ENC Beane. CW03 Parnell says Goodbye to his relief. BTFA Ritchey, BTFA Parks, MMFN McGuire, BTFA Buycks. BTCS Flori, EMC Shorkey, MMFN Rohrer, BTFA Ritchey, BT3 Marshall, BTFA Buycks, BTFA Parks. MMFN Church, MMFA Petersen, MMFN Rohrer, BTFA Parks, EM3 Gates, BT3 Williams, BT3 Marshall, BTFA Buycks. 30 MV12 R. Judd BT1 Jacobsen " Big Jake ' MMFN P. Baumgartner. 3) BTFN W. Seader. I BTFN P. Shifflet. FA J. Nevares (A Division) BT3 0. IMenger. BTFA P. Rodriguez. BTFA D. IVIancuso. MMFA R. Arthur J03 R. Hamilton, BTCS J. Flori. M You say that again and I ' ll have I you cleaning the boiler. . . .from the 0. the inside. . . .while it ' s running. FN Arthur (The Frankenstein 32 itHLfff x h Division X DIVISION: PNSA J. Minor, PC3 A. McKelvey, YN3 H. Carlton, YN2 M. Carlson, PN1 J. Chew, PNSN D. Hogg, PCSN Dyer, YN3 J. Frost, MACS J. Roberts, YNC W. Anderson. Ail this mail and I get Zilchll PCSN Dyer, PCS McKelvey. NAVIGATION DIVISION: QMSA H. Martin, SN R. Claus. QM3 A. Bescan, QMSN J. Estes, QMCS R. Kline, LT R. Clark, QMS J. Stein. You wouldn ' t dare! Stein, Lane, Martin. Hall. 33 Who are you staring at? PN1 J. Chew. f ! John Chew, Bill IVIcCune. YN1 Clay Chidester. Where ' s the Pinup? YN3 H. Carlton. What a hectic day! YNSN M. Shorter. Who said " Re-up? " AI, Gar. YNC W. Anderson S 1 ._ Jim " Ozzie " Stein. QM3 Terry Shedd. Peek-A-Boo. QMSN Lane. 34 CvHoi. Dan Hogg. Try balancing this. T. Shedd, J. Minor. Yabba Dabba Doo. QMSN R. McCormick. Ozzle and Al. He ' ll never know. Al. Where ' s that mermaid? QMC Kline, Claus. Bescan, McCune. Smilel There ' s Sasebo. QMCS Kline. BM3 Winterbauer. 35 RWC Gilmore, LT Schnelzer, SN Carroll, SMI Connarroe. SMSN Arias, RMSN Rodgers, RMSN Piano, RM3 Noll, RMS Stiles, RMSA Hovorka, SN SN Racca, ENS Davidson. G D • 1 V • 1 s 1 n OC Division party Sasebo Japan. LCDR Johnson, RMSN Piano, RM1 Wabich, RMC Gilmore. RM2 Blackwell. RMSN Rodgers, |P SM2 Bass. LT Schnelzer. SMSN Miller. J 36 % n A Q I Division The OS Gang, Front row: 0S3 D. Green, 0S3 L. Rosenblatt. Back row: OSSN B. Carlson, OSSN K. Santo, OSSN T. Burnett, OSSN R. Loflin. OSSN R. Randolph. The ETS: ETR3 D. Lacelle, ETR2 T. Brown, ET1 J. Corcoran, ETN3 J. Di ggs, ETR2 V. Calderon, ETN2 R. Parker. I The Corpmon. SN R. Gray, HM3 W. Dry. HM2 S. Brown, HMC A. Jerkins. 37 ' Dear Sirs, In regards to your last letter. ... " This man is suffering from last nights Midrats! EN3 D. Kamai, ETN2 R. Parker, ETN3 D. Lace lie. Oh waiter, 43 more please. Hal, Squeak, and Tom. Bobby and Terry. ' So! This is the sunny South PacificI ' 38 They were about this big. Rudy and Rosey. SM1 Conneroe, MACS Roberts. SM3 Thompson. PSSST. The camera is over here dummy. Mike, Roger, Kirk. INSPECTIONS!!! Cheers Manning the rail out of San Oiego. 39 Mike and Squeak. Wat Those Playboy pinups have come along may. Dan. Itioi 40 - YZ This sure ain ' t New York. SMI Charles (Desert Pete) Conarroe. SN Gray. OOOH! Loonev Tunes. Wabbit. SHORT!!! Only six more to go. Vic Caldaron. Frank. I hope you sleep on your stomach. Bubba, Tony, Rudy and Rosey. RIVI2 Jones. 41 Don and Rosey. ■PERFECTO! " Yep, he ' s got it alright. Rudy. Don Green and Company. I ' m so hip. 99 days (sigh!). George and Don. M ' Ji " )i J ETN3 D. Lacelle, HM2 H. Laughlin. RM3 Thui, RM3 Stiles, OSSN S.mto. 42 Front (kneeling): MSC DP. Juan, LTJG L.J. Kertz,, First row: SH3 O.A. Dacumos, SH3 R.B. Escolano, SH3 R.S. Martinez, SK3 J. Shipman, SN E.P. Frage, SHI A.N. Alfiler, SH3 D.P. Paluay, MSI A.Y. Punzalan, DK1 D.L. Varga, MSI F.B. Antonio, Second row: SHI R.C. Hencley, DK3 A.T. Calalay, SKI R.G. Alcantara, SHSA J. P. Hosley, SK3 C.J. Lee, SHSN H.F. Hawkins, SN J.J. McKenzie, ENFA Morales, BTFA B.L. Myers, SN R. Carlson, Third row: RM2 W.W. Jones (MDMAA), MS3 D.J. Parcel, SA J.D. Rude, MS2 J.H. Mobley, SHSA R.M. Hosley, MSSN M.R. Burns, FA C. Terens, SN PR. Jeffries, MSSN M.E. Davis. At Quarters. mmhi .1) y MS1 F.B. Antonio, MS2 J.H. Mobley. SA J.D. Rude,SK1 R.G. Alcantara. SA V.J. Olipane, FA C. Terens, MS3 E.R. Acebedo, SN F. Davis, SA C. Redding. Alcantara, Paluay, Calalay, and vistors. EMC Ruiz, MSC Juan, SKI Marientes, MSI Punzalan. 43 J.J. MMFN Frost (Putting his life on the line) with SH3 Preston. T.D. We serve only the best to the wardroom. SH3 Escolano. Ship Over. SHI Hencley (the one with the grin) Doc Phillips and SN Racca " getting paid! " GUGSN B.R. Ducros. SK1 Marientes. QIVI3 McCormick, MS1 L.S. Nuvall. MSSN Byrnes, Shipping Over. Turning To. SH3 O.D. Morgan, GMG3 T. Bays. SH3 R.U. Miles, JOS R. Hamilton. Special Orders, Sasebo. i! J MSI R.M. Btizuela. They had me looking for a Sterngate key for hours!!! RM1 Wabich, SK3 A.R. Fields. 45 MSSN Magat, SH3 Dacumos. MSC K.L. Kogler HT3 Klein, QM3 Shedd (MDMAAs). Supply ' Wficel! ' SK3 Wilier, ICFN Moore. Can ' t a person eat in peace? ' The Hosley brothers (J. P. and R.M.). SKI Alcantara, IVIS2 Diloy. MS3 D.J. Parcel, BMSN S. Jones. Dreaming of Subic. SHSN H.F. Hawkins. BM3 A.C. Johnson. EM1 Gonzales, SHSN J.W. Davis. 4« BHU ACUl iiaBHi ■HI H H % 1| p w ---3; M ! « .. . ACU1 BMU at Quarters. Their home away from home, the welldeck. EN2 Bel I is, EN2 C. Toering, BM2 Kallemeyer. £ I ' A ' 1 HM2 G. Behrens. Operations in Numazu. HIV12 G. Behrens, RM3 C. Shultz. Who wanted us to push the LST off?!!! 47 SA Floyd, HM2 Behrens It ' s nice to be back. EN3 M. Bashkov. Brown at work. CMCA Loew. f » « 1 RM3 C. Schultz. SM2 B. Bass BM1 Ritchie. Waiting in line. CMCN N, Groat, HIVI2 G. Behrens. Do you want to know a secret? )s I FA Ritchey. SN Johnson, FN Morales, EMS Llaniguez. RM3 J. O ' Leary. 48 SN Johnson. EN2 Bellis, EN2 Toering. BM1 J. Stubbe. GMG2 G. Wagner. BM3 Stavinoha. RU2 Duke. CM3 K. Langenfeld, CMCN N. Groat, CM3 N. Brodfuehrer. CM3 N. Brodfuehrer, CMS F. Caumartin SN F. Kersanty. Stavinoha and Bass. Watch the boats come in. BM3 J. Desroachers. RM2 R. Duke. in The two lares. SN Hamilton. BM2 Kallemeyer, SN Caudell. 49 Vietnam we were there.... Final Saigon Evacuation of Americans Under Way m. , » ' -i With our ships. . . . With our cargo. Minh Orders Departure of U.S. Military From Times Wirt Services SAIGON— The United States began the final evacu ation of Americans from Saigon today and -officials said the U.S. Embassy would close, ending 30 years of U.S. involvement in the Indochina wars. With our transients. With our Marines. And with our Flag. 50 SAIGON SURRENDERS We were crowded. But, others were more crowded. We were one of the few ships that didn ' t take refugees aboard, (except for an eight boat). It was a miracle we could land Helos on our Flight Deck. Refugee-Jammed Viet Navy Flotilla Sighted by U.S. BYPAULE.STEIGER Times StaH Wrilsr WASHINGTON — A flotilla of about 30 South Vietnamese naval vessels has been spotted sailing slowly eastward, about 100 miles off the coast of Vietnam, apparently jammed with thousands of additional refugees, Administration officials said Thursday night A Defense Department spokesman said it was unclear how many refugees were aboard the ships, which are of assorted sizes, but one guess was that the total might be as high as 35,000. We arrived off Vietnam on April 30th, in the evening. On May 2nd we had a little excitement when the SGT KIMBROE had trouble with re- fugees. We left that evening for Subic Bay. ■ ' ITS SAD TO SEE A COUNTRY DIE " but, we were there. On May first, the small flotilla found us. 51 Rescue and assistance F ' s p P e e c r i a a t 1 i n s Repair 3A. EMFR Robbins, EMFN Thiry, FN Peterson, HTFN McCown, HT2 Croft. DC Central. BTFN Brown, ICFN Lynn, EN3 Donwen, EN3 Fairchild. MMFA Shdeed. HTFA Luther. Working Party. Relax battle dress, not secure Chief. 52 Repair 2. SHSN M. Hosley, ENFN D. Miller, ENFN R. Miller. Repair 2. HTC Moye, FN Amaro, ENFN D. Miller, MMFN Frost, FN Fulmer. EN3 Troxell, HT3 Fulton, HTC Moye, SHSN M. Hosley. I get to play the winner. After gun crew. Repair 3A. FN Michaels, ENS Philbrook, HTFA McClendon. Restore all gear. 53 Repair 3 Last half of Cruise. MNC Boyett, HT3 Sams, FN Rohrer, SK3 Wilier, FN Yetter, YN3 Frost, SH3 Dacumos, ICFN Moore, FN Gill, HTFA Weatherspoon, FN Plamann, HIVI3 Dry, BMC Justiniani. Off Numazu (That ' s not the ANCHORAGE). Deck Department gets inspected. I i ' Repair 5. EMC Shorkey, FN Summers, BTFA Martz, BT3 Tibbetts, FN Shipman, FA Adams, MM3 Ligget EM2 Lomibao, FA Choate. HTFN Hicks, ENFN Nowlin, FN Tolifson SH3 Paluay, FN Abramson. MM2 Slagley. 54 Repair 3. First half of Cruise. EN3 Funk, SK3 Wilier, YN3 Cacas, ICFN Moore, EMFN Rlzor, EMFA Pittner, HTFN Gill, MMFN Von- Goethem, HT2 Lackey, HTFA Sams, FN Plamann, HT3 Barnes, HTFA Snyder, YN3 Urquiza, SH3 Dacumos, EN3 Martin. First group of Midshipmen. Leaving in Taiwan. Last day on the ship. Good-bye in Sasebo. 55 Sure is tough handing out beer. YN3 D. Urquiza, FA D. Nance, MMFN D. Bohall, ENS S. Deutermann. FA W. Buycks. SN E. Frage. Stuck in Sasebo. France, Barry, Steve. Vic, Scott, Darrell. We got off her just in time. She ' s sinking. And away we go! SA Sullivan. I hope nobody is watching. FN J. Fulmer, FN N. Snyder, HT3 F. Zacarias. I think I ' m going to be sick. ETR2 Caulderon, SA Robinson, HTFA Hicks, BMC Justiniani, HTFN Sams. HTFA Weatherspoon. BTFA Parks, SKI Alcantara, DK3 Calalay, SH3 Paluay. RMS Garone. RMSN Piano, RM3 Noll. PNSN Hogg, SN Snow, SN McKenzie. SN Campbell. EN3 Troxell. M f ENS Kertz, CW03 Parnell, RM2 Jones, QMSN Lane, BTFA Parks, SA Sullivan. The baseball games in Sasebo. The Chief ' s Booster Club EMC Shorkey, HTC Moyes, MUC Baum. There was nothing much else to do in Sasebo. But we had fun doing it. First you have the birds and the bees. Off to 99 Islands for a day of fun In the sun. Picnics and beer go together. 57 Mess decks menu. Chilled fruit juice, fried eggs to order, blueberry pancakes, coffee, tea, milk. . . . Grilled ham slices, breakfast pastry, assorted cereals. Cream of mushroom soup, beef sukiyaki, ham and cheese sandwiches. . . . Steak and lobster, mashed potatoes, apple pie with ice cream. . . . Baked ham, whipped potatoes, fried chicken, german chocolate cake. . . . Hamburgers, hot dogs, trench fries, pizza. Dreaming of Burger King. S8 - i HHf H K jBL H sSPPi H 1 A A ' P flH t Sailer of the Month. BT3 J. Toter for August and SKI R. Marientes for July. THE BOUY. This is the reason we were able to get one last night of liberty in Keelung on 25th of October. ffimnrnTiittTtT Fully packed. The crane in our well deck. : " ir The normal routine of a crowded quarterdeck. Bless you my son. Ski 1 RG3 D. Debo, SN E. ' Tl Frage, MMI J. Tesoro. A quiet quarterdeck. You ' re right, LT Clark. That is a torpedo headed for us!!! 59 " NOW PAY DAY FOR THE CREW. ' We had 15 paydays during the cruise. (Isn ' t that interesting?) SMSN Arias, ETR2 Calderon, HTFN Sams, SN Carroll, FA Amaro. The cruise book staff was there. We arrived off Vietnam just in time for 2 months tax free pay. MIV12 Judd, EN3 Kamai, 0S2 Rosenblatt, HTFN Jelen, ETN2 Parker, ICFN Lynn, HM3 Dry. FTG3 Dichter, ETR2 Brown, 0S3 Green. The long wait was worth it in the end, despite the corpmen and their needles. 60 That ' s a gun? That? Your kidding?! He says that that ' s a gun!!! The Chief Petty Officers. . . . Left to right: BTCF J.E. Fieri, EMC C.E. Shorl ey, BMC E.R. Justiniani, MMC P.C. Thompson, ETC W.E. Munn. YNC W.L. Anderson, IVBC K. Kogler, MSC D.P. Juan. The First Classes (the lifer locker gang). . . . Foreground with head turned away. DK1 D.L. Vargas, Front row: MM1 K.G. Taylor, MR1 D.N. Hallare, SHI R.C. Hencley, GMG1 L.N. Peets, BM1 R.K. Hutchinson. Second row: ET1 J.J. Corcoran Jr., MSI A.Y. Punzalan, HT1 L.M. Rueber, BM1 H.P. Hansbrough, IC1 E.J. Drake, MM1 J.N. Tesoro, RM1 B.X. Wabich, EMI C.A. Gonzales, SMI CM. Conarroe. And all the way in the back, PN1 J.R. Chew. 61 PORTS rJKjK Sasebo, Japan. - " Our home away from home ' Pulling into Subic Bay, Phillippines m Okinawa - Expo ' 75. 62 RE-ENLISTMENTS Mt i -r BMSN Bunn. EIVI3 McClung. i BM1 Hansbrough. BIVI3 Streckle. GMG3 France. 11 BM3 Winterbauer. BMC Justiniani. 63 THE COLOR OF A WESTPAC. Sl One last talk. One last laugh. «(picl Then Good-bye! rti " « ' ir,- WORKING PARTY, One of the many. MRS S. Benzing, SH3 T. Preston, LUNCHTIME. ' M. ' rfl VPIC Out of II mca.lt ' " 1A " One of the many. 64 tCDRl LI«,C Deuteti I T We picked up and delivered the men of the other ships involved off Vietnam. nff i 1 -1 In the end - " OUR VIETNAMESE REFUGEE " . Out of the four times we went to Numazu, we saw Mt. Fuji ' s top just once. It ' s nice to be able to say, " I saw Mt. Fuji! " The first of many to leave. EM3 M. Rizor, YNSN C. Cacas, SN A. Levy, HT2 J. Lackey, MR3 W. Brice, BT3 C. McCubbins, ETR2 R. Ciberay. LCDR D. Santamaria, LTJG R. Murphy, LT J. Carroll, LT R. Clark, LTJG E. Alder, CDR C. Bryant, ENS S. Oeutermann. LTJG J. Noha, CDR C. Bryant. LTJG C. Johnson, ENS S. Deutermann. 6S Keep those hands on the table! HTFN Gill, FN Stevick. BT3 Williams. BTFN Howell. SN Babanto. MSC Juan, MS3 Gilongos, SK3 Shipman. We ' re actually waiting in line to eat this when we could be at the Sampaguita Club. r,; 4IPBI II I lilli lA ' ll lIV? CDR Aldana, CDR Wright, SN Bunn. They will never find him. MS3 E. Acebedo, MSC D. Juan. MSI A. Punzalan. MS1 R. Brizuela. 66 SUBIC BAT Ship ' s Party at the Tom Tom Club. July 19 8, 20. 1975 Planning the Operations for the night. What a show! Everybody hammed it up. I ' ve always wanted to be a Kangaroo. This San Miguel really does wonders in the morning! I ' ll take two. medium rare. 67 ' UNREP " We carry marines. Anywwhere. You call, we haul. We were called many times. The port davit boat crew at work. GMG3 A. Stillwell, SM3 J. Thompson, ENS D. Davidson, BM3 A. Hookway, SN E. Zacarias, BMSN R. Swift, ENFN C. Wright. The job isn ' t as easy as it sounds. Delivery at the beach can be exciting - as this picture shows. tJSB ft The road to Incheon was by boat. RM3 T. Garone, BM1 J. Stubbe. Port davit crew relax on station. BMSN R. Swift, SA A. Morris. SN C. Campbell, ENS D. Davidson, SN E. Zacharias, BM3 C.R. Williams, SN R. Claus. 68 On August 2, we arrived at Sasebo, Japan. At 1130, that day, liberty call went down. We had our liberty secured on the 16th by typhoon Phyllis. That setback was partially made up for when most of the other Navy ships left on the 19th. We had the port to ourselves until the 9th of September. On that day we left our " Westpac homeport " . miW9. 0S2 L. Rosenblatt, GMG3 M. Smith, ENS G. Chapman, ICFN D. Moore. " Here ' s to the Cooks, or else " . SA J. Rude, MS3 G. Yates, SHSA R. Hosley. October 13th. Navy Birthday. CO A. Wright cuts the cake. FN M. Goodwin, FN D. Harris and FTG1 J- Eusebio wait. LTJG J. Noha, ENS L. Kertz, ENS D. Crow and LTJG J. Richards going to visit a Japanese destroyer. 69 ! On 21 September 1975. we entered Hong Kong, BC. We came in on a Sunday. But, the next day we had to get underway to avoid Typhoon Betty. We returned for liberty Wednesday and Thursday. " LIBERTY CALL " . MMC P. Thompson, LTJG E. Jankura, ENS D. Crow, LTJG L. Kertz, ENS J. List. " HAPPY BIRTHDAY RANDOLPH " OSSN B. Carlson. ETR2 T. Brown, OSSN R. Randolph, SMSN R. Carroll, SMSN F. Arias, 0S3 D. Green, ETN3 J. Diggs. 70 ' " Liberty in Hong Kong " . HT3 M. Fulton, HTC H. Moye, FN D. Street, IC1 E. Drake, FN J. Gill. " Entering Pearl " . On November 9th, we returned to the Hawaiian Islands. This was one of the few " manning the rails " we I ooked forward to. This was one of the last sights we had of the last contingent of Marines onboard - " Good-bye! " 71 72 ( AT LAST! 73 On 28 March 1975 the USS ANCHORAGE and crew, leaving behind friends and family. These are the memories of that cruise. . . . The fun we had. The promises we made. . . . Ihe The ports we visited. 74 and the people we knew. Despite the long hours. I The numerous inspections. 75 The problems we experienced Were eased by the friends we made. 76 I The Comraderie. And the good-byes will be cherished. I But, the moments most cherished were the last one ' s of the cruise when we returned. t I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the cruise book staff members for their help in creating this cruise book. Special thanks should go to SMS F. Arias, QM3 A. Bescan and SA Palmer for their many extra hours spent working on this book. The principal photographers for this book were SMS F. Arias, GMG2 C. Douglas, ICFIVI D. Moore, HMS W. Dry and ENS J. Martin. The other members of the staff were BTCS J. Flori, RGl J. Eusebio, GMGSN B. Ducros, JOS R. Hamilton, QMS S. Lane, SN R.M. Davis and HT2 A.C. Croft. In addition, I would like to thank all those men who contributed pictures for use in this book. Finally, I think that the cooperation and help of Glenn Miller and his staff at Walsworth Publishing Co. should be mentioned. Their assistance was invaluable. My many thanks to all. G.E. Chapman Editor 77 1975 WESTPAG CRDISE of the USS ANGHORAQE MAR 28 Leave San Diego, CA APR 4-6 IPT Pearl Harbor, HI APR 18-19 IPT Iwakuni, JA APR 21 IPT Numazu, JA APR 23 IPT Okinawa APR 28 IPT Subic Bay, RP APR 30-iVlAY 2 Anchored off South Vietnam MAY 4-5 IPT Subic Bay, RP MAY 5-9 IPT Manila, RP MAY 12 IPT Okinawa MAY 13 Return to Okinawa (Mayaguez) MAY 17 Return to Okinawa MAY 21 IPT Numazu, JA MAY 24-JUN 10 IPT Sasebo, JA JUN 16-20 IPT Keelung, Taiwan JUN 21 IPT Okinawa JUN 24 IPT Numazu, JA JUN 28-JUL 5 IPT Incheon, RK JUL 7-9 IPT Sasebo, JA JUL 11-12 IPT Numazu, JA JUL 14-15 IPT Okinawa JUL 18-26 IPT Subic Bay, RP JUL 28-29 IPT Okinawa JUL 31 IPT Pohang, RK AUG 2-SEP 9 IPT Sasebo, JA (After typhoon evasion) SEP 11-12 IPT Okinaw a SEP 15-16 IPT Subic Bay, RP SEP 16-17 Return to Subic Bay, RP (From OPS) SEP 19 IPT Subic Bay, RP (After typhoon evasion) SEP 21-22 IPT Hong Kong, BCC SEP 24-26 IPT Hong Kong, BCC (After typhoon evasion) OCT 3-18 IPT Yokosuka, JA OCT 21-24 IPT Okinawa OCT 25-26 IPT Keelung, Taiwan OCT 27-28 IPT Okinawa OCT 28 Leave Okinawa NOV 9-10 IPT Pearl Harbor, HI NOV 16 Return to San Diego, CA 7« f i WALS VORTH PUBLISHING COMPANY m Cruise Book Sales Offices 4438 Ingraham Street-Suite 205 , San Diego. 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