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The LSD is designed to operate as an
integral part of a balanced, mobile and
modern amphibious striking force giv-
ing greater dimensions to the Navy's
troop and vehicle lifting ability.
Designated a Dock Landing Ship, the
ship couples a well deck, mezzanine
deck and a flight deck for added versa-
tility. A system of joining ramps allows
vehicles to be loaded by boat, crane or
helicopter, stored on any of the three
decks and unloaded by the same or
any other means. Primarily designed
to transport pre-loaded landing craft
to an objective area and discharge
them rapidly, the ship is also equipped
with machine shops and repair facili-
ties to provide drydock repair services
to small ships up to the size of harbor
tugs. This class LSD has the capability
to berth, feed and transport over three
hundred fully equipped troops and
equipment and to unload them in pre-
loaded landing craft or to other boats
in the landing force. An integral part
of the well dock operation is the bal-
lasting system which allows the well
deck to be flooded with sea water to a
depth necessary for loading such land-
ing crafts as the LCU or the smaller
The ship is equipped with two three-
inch 50-caliber gun mounts. Each can
fire 45 rounds per minute, or 90
rounds per mount per minute. The
guns have an accurate range of six
miles with a maximum range of seven
miles. They are for use primarily as
anti-aircraft guns, but can be used
against a surface target or for shore
bombardment during amphibious op-
Although not specifically designed
for helicopter operations in great vol-
ume, the flight deck is large enough to
service and stow three medium-sized
helo's. Aviation features include limit-
ed repair and maintenance facilities,
helicopter refueling stations, aviation
fuel stowage tanks and troop debarka-
tion stations for helicopter assaults.
The ship was recently refitted to ac-
commodate Landing Craft Air Cushion
QLCACQ Vehicles. This new dimension
enables high speed, over-the-horizon
uss ANCHORAGE QLSD 367
The USS ANCHORAGE QLSD-36l was launched at Pascagoula, Mississippi, on 5 May 1968 and was officially commis-
sioned on 15 March 1969 at N f Ik N ' ' ' '
, or o aval Shipyard at Portsmouth, Virginia. I
ANCHORAGE participated in the evacuation of Vietnam, Operation FREQUENT WIND, in April 1975. During WEST'
PAC 1989, ANCHORAGE visited several foreign ports including a trip to Djibouti, North Africa, a visit which received
national media coverage.
In May 1989 ANCHORAGE visited her home city in Alaska and enjoyed the beautiful scenery and warm hospitality of
the 49th state. Th h' h'f ' '
e s up s I ted homeport from San Diego to Long Beach in August 1984
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pon return rom her eighth WESTPAC deployment, ANCHORAGE successfully conducted numerous training
exercises and inspections, culminating with receipt of the Battle Efficiency Award for the period of 1 January 1935
through 30 June 1986. ANCHORAGE also won the Pacific Fleet Arleigh Burke Award for fiscal year 1986.
In July 1987 ANCHORAGE returned from her ninth Western Pacific deployment. During the deployment ANCHOR-
AGE operated in Am hibiou S ' ' '
p s quadron THREE and participated in exercises KERNEL POTLATCH in the Aleutians,
VALIANT USHER 87 in Thailand and TEAM SPIRIT 87 off Korea P
. ort visits included stops in the Philippines, Thailand'
South Korea and Hobart, Tasmania. The ship earned a Meritorious Unit Commendation as a participant in KERNEL
POTLATCH, the first winter amphibious exercise in the Aleutians since World War II
In September 1987 ANCHORAGE
, resumed operations off thecoast of Southern California in KERNEL BLITZ 87. In
October 1987, ANCHORAGE participated in FLEET WEEK in S F '
an rancisco. ANCHORAGE conducted local operationS
off the coast of Southern California until her first exercise of the new year, KERNEL BLITZ 88, during the month of
February. In March 1988, ANCHORAGE independently steamed to Ensenada, Mexico, for a weekend port visit-
In April 1988 ANCHORAGE commenced an e t '
x ensive overhaul at Southwest Marine Shipyard, San Pedr0, 00mP'et'
ing overhaul in November 1988. During this overhaul the shi
. I p was refitted to accommodate the Landing Craft Air
Cushion QLCACJ vehicles and two Phalanx Close-In Weapons Systems were added.
LCDR LIONEL L. CHERI, JR.
Lieutenant Commander Cheri is a native of New Orleans, Louisiana. He graduated from Tulane University of New
Orleans, Louisiana with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology in 1977. He was commissioned an Ensign in the U.S.
Navy through the NROTC program.
His initial sea tour, after completion of Surface Officer School Basic, Coronado, California, was Communications
Officer and CIC Officer on board USS RICHARD S. EDWARDS QDD-9501. He then returned to his home town and served
as Executive Officer and Commanding Officer, Military Sealift Command Office, New Orleans, Louisiana. After
completion of the Department Head Course at the Surface Warfare Officer School, Newport, Rhode Island, he served as
Operations Officer in USS RACINE QLST-1191i and USS ROANOKE QAOR-79. Prior to reporting as Executive Officer, USS
ANCHORAGE QLSD-361, he attended the prospective Executive Officer course, at Surface- Warfare Officer School,
In addition to the Command Ashore pin, his awards include the Navy Achievement Medal, Armed Forces Expedition-
ary Medal and the Navy Expert Pistol Medal.
Lieutenant Commander Cheri is married to the former Marianne Mclndoe of Suva, Fiji Islands and has three
children, Brandon Michael, Ashley Elizabeth and Christopher Lionel.
CDR GREGORY c. BUTLER
Commander Gregory C. Butler graduated from Chico State College in California and was commissioned an Ensign
in May, 1970 through the Reserve Officer Candidate Program.
QLKA-1125 where he served as Boat Engineering Offieef
His first tour of duty was aboard the USS TULARE
Assistant Operations Officer, and Navigator through two cruises to the Western Pacific He served as Flag Lieutenant
to Commander U.S. Naval Force Philippines in Subic Bay, R.P. from 1973 to 1975, where the staff participated In
refugee evacuation efforts after the collapse of South Vietnam.
Commander Butler attended the Surface Warfare School Command Department Head course and reported t0
subsequent tours on USS MANLEY QDD-9405 as Operations Officer and USS PENSACOLA QLSD-38J as First Lieuten-
ant. During 1977-1980 he deployed to the SIXTH FLEET and the Mediterranean on three occasions. Commencing 'n
January 1981, Commander Butler attended the Armed Forced Staff College, Norfolk, Virginia, and in July of that
year was assigned to the staff of Command U.S. ' '
er Naval Surface Forces Atlantic. During that tour he served as the
Force Plans Officer.
His subsequent tours included duty as Executive Officer of USS DENVER QLPD-91 from November 1983 until
January 1986 and Operations Officer on the staff of Commander Amphibious Squadron ONE from February 1986
until May 1988.
Commander ButIer's awards include the Navy Com d '
' ' men ation Medal, the Navy Achievement Medal and the Naval
Reserve Meritorious Service Medal in addition to various campaign awards.
Commander Butler is married to the former Kathy Metherd of Red Bluff, California. They have a daughter'
Shannon, and son, Matthew.
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Front row: MM1 Robert Cunanan, MM1 Michael Link, MM3 James Wyatt, MM3 Travis MiIler,MMFN Andrew Miller,
MM3 Francisco Rosales, MM3 Ronald Tong, MMFN Charles Cook, MM1 Michael Hass. Back row: MMC QSWQ Dennis
Frazier, MM3 Michael Amore, MM2 Clifford Mann, MM3 Jonathan Salomon, MM3 Troy Tuttle, MM3 William
Wiseman, MM3 Kenneth Coffman, MMFN Thurmond Oneal. Not pictured: MM1 QSWJ Terrell Rucker, MM1 Brian
Elliott, MMFN Thomas Rugg.
Front row: Ensign Derek Franklin, FN Sidney Johnson, MM2 Charles Perez, MM3 Timothy Benge, MM3 Michael
Moretz MM3 George Collin, MM3 Christopher Kearns, MM3 Duane White, MM2 James Sullivan, MM3 Adrian Garcia,
C SW R d If lb ez Back row MM3 Brian Madson MMFA Mark Selgfrued MM3 Matthew Butler, MM3
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EMCM CHARLES C. DOWNEY
colvuvlANn MASTER CHIEF
Command Master Chief Charles C. Downey was born on February 23, 1951 in Marked Tree, Arkansas. He joined the
Navy in October 1971 and graduated from Electrician's Mate "A" School at Great Lakes Illinois
His subsequent tours of duty include the USS SPERRY QAS-121 in June 1972 where he work as ann Electriciang May
1973 as an Electrician aboard the USS FRESNO QLST-1182lg Navy and Marine Corps Reserve Center, Toledo, Ohio
February 1978 as an instructor, USS McKee QAS-417 in September 1981 working in the Repair Department, AuglISf
1983 USS BRONSTEI - ' ' ' ' ' ' '
N QFF 10379 as the Electrical Division Officer and Senior Chief of Command, Naval Submarine
Base, New London March 1986 as the Assistant Training Officer.
Master Chief Downey graduated from the Senior Enlisted Academy in March 1986 He earned a Bachelor of Science
Degree from the University of New York in May 1987. ln June 1989 he reported to the USS ANCHORAGE CLSD-367 and
assumed the position of Command Master Chief.
His awards include the Navy Commendation Medal, Navy Achievement Medal, Battle "E", Good Conduct Q3 awardSlv
Sea Service Q3 awardsl and the Enlisted Surface Warfare Specialist pin
Master Chief Downey is married to the former Cheryl Hassler of Dayton, Ohio. They have two children Beau and
Front row: HT3 Thomas May, HTFA Michael Ruvalcaba, HT2 Troy Severtson, HT3 David Capron. Second row: HT3
Russell See, HTFA Joseph Matulis, HTFN Peter Klarlund, HT1 QSWQ Brian Cullen.
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Front row: DCFR Jason Burgess, DC1 Wayne Copass, DCFN David Oaks. Second row: DC2 QSWJ Erik Jensen, DCFA
Frederic Smith, DCFA Anthony Pogline, DCFN Rodney Jones. Not pictured: DC2 QSWJ Stephen Rulo, DC2 Kennuth
Front row: BTFN David Haines, BTFN Matthew Kinzinger, BT2 Severino Caldejon, BT2 Peter Rideout, BT-3 Mgclggel
Waller, BTFA Gerald Benner, BTFN Martin Garcia, BT2 James Gerdau. Back row: BT3 John Payne, FN Quinn I s,
BTFA John Parham, BTFN John Colley, BT3 Darrell Fowler, BT1 Eddie Johnson, BTFN John Huesser.
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Front row: BT3 Policarpio Viernes, FA Thomas Howard BT3 Bryan Bordelon BTC Th
I , , omas Brower. Back row: BT3
James Slevin, BT3 Mark Eckard, BTFN Marc Maitles, BTFN Samuel Gomes, BT3 Thomas Schaub. Not pictured: BT1
gSTVjllJ'homgs Jhackson, BT2 QSWD Ricky Smith, BT2 QSWJ Victor Williams, BT2 QSWJ Jerome Burneka, BT3 Brian Finch,
erry nc elberger, BT3 QSWJ Larry Edwards, BTFN Robert Jenkins.
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Front row ENC QSWJ Randy Parkhurst MM1 Noel Angeles MM3 Joseph Beaulieu MMFN Mlchael Stone EN3 Davld
Crawfoot ENFN Pedrlto Vlllavler LTJG John McParIand Second row EN3 Bruce Castle MM2 QSWJ Wulluam Kumble
ENFN Scott Schoonard MM3 Randy Thompson MM3 Tumothy Cornelius MR3 Davld May
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Front row: EMFA Phuoc Nguyen, IC3 Robert George, EMFA Jodie P d
EMFN Raul Garcia, EMFN Darrell Smith, EM2 QSWJ Benjamin Winegsrun ers. second row: IC3 Kenneth Mccray'
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Johnson. Second row: BM3 Cedric Grayer, BM2 Dwayne Williams, BMSN Damon Perry, BM3 QSWJ Cory Chapman,
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Snowden, SA Ramoncito Benedicto, SA Thomas McGuire. Second row: SR Joseph Roberts, SR Keith Swalin, SA
Richard Mazur, SN Keenan McAdams, SA Keith Edwards, SA Jose Perez, SN David Survilas, SA Travis Harrison, SN
Walter Bernaquez. Not pictured: SR Scott Pugsley, SR Michael Herrington, SR Russel Barefield, SN Terence Brooks.
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BM3 William Nehl, BM3 Jeff Iovine, BMSA Kleber Ureta, BMSA David Holcomb, BM2 Gene Cisneros, BM1 Richard
Johnson. Second row: BMSN John Hayes, BM3 James May, BMSA Mark Leffel, BM3 Daniel Hummel, BMSA Luciano
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SN Marcos Flores. SA Matthew Lynch, SA Terrance Smith SA Th y n . ' N Garylmggmsv SN Robeft Ch9V3li9f,
Kenneth Guy, SA Felipe Valencia, SA Rodney Vannoy BMSN Ra3r:::iC:vg'ght. Not pictured: SR Terris Jones, BM2
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Eddington. Not pictured: SM2 Kevin Wilson
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Front row: OSI Allen Harp, OSSA Danlel Wyman, OSSN Jerry Beal, OSIQSWJ David Silverberg. Back row: OS3 Allan
Banker, OSSA Kevin Nlenhaus, OSSA James Nordel.
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RM3 Brendan Morgan, RM3 Herbert Crlssman, RM3 Anthony Potts, RMSN John Myers, RMSN Gregory Stewart,
RM3 Samuel Watson, Ensign Edward Ellis. Third row: RMSN Ricardo Broughton, RM3 Eddie Witherspoon, RMSN
John Vallance, RM3 Ron Myers, RMSN Denny Wallace, RM1 Boyce Martin.
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M?2QSWJ J-oseph Doyle, MSSA Keith Wagner, MS2 Christopher Caszatt. Not pictured. MSCM Venancio Ramos,
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First row: GSE3 Terrence Ruddy, GSE1 Paul Larson, OSZQSWJ Oscar Greer, YN2 Phillip Haynes, GSE3 George Arce,
EN2 Armando Flores, GSE1 Charles Figaro, SKIQSWJ Dennis Haugen, ET3 Darryl Daneck. Second row: LT Joseph
Arleth, BM2iSWi Chris Marshall, GSM1 James White, GSM1 Bill Gibson, ETIQSWJ David Goldstrom, HT2 David Jones,
DC3 Michael DeLaughter, GSM1 H. Jacques Christie, GSE3 Mike Grainger, GSM3 Johnny Payne, EN3 Randy Smith.
Third row: GSECQSWJ Robert James, HT1 Robert Kline, HT3 Gene Gullicksrud, BM2 Joseph Abramowski, GSM2
Albert Figueroa, HTFN Rick Wallace, GSM3 Greg Brewer, 052 Mitch Gross, HTZQSWJ Brian Vertz, BMCSQSWJ Pete
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First row: SN Marvin Marks, Ensign Scot Fuhrman, SA Terris Jones. Second row: BM3QSWJ Cory Chapman, 053 Alan
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