Annapolis (AGMR 1) - Naval Cruise Book

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Possessed or infinite patience and firm- ness ofpurpose, he combines these qualities witha subtle sense of humor that enables him to master any situation. This, along with his thorough knowledge of both the complexities of modern communications and the age-old dangers of the sea, manifest themselves to such a degree in Captain Rowan that is instantly admired and respected by all. He guided us through the tedious days prior to commissioning, then led us through the hazards of sea trials. He set the example during shake-downing training and used his extensive knowledge of supply and provisioning in preparing us for the European Cruise. His calm, quiet attitude served as a source of strength to officers and men alike throughout the hectic days of the cruise, both while battling the problems of large- scale communications and when churning our way through an angry or crowded sea. Altogether, no single person has contributed as much toward making ANNA- POLIS the success she is as has Captain Rowan. Therefore, it is with great pleasure that this short history of our first months at sea be dedicated to he who has inspired us so much. To Captain Rowan goes the time-honored accolade of the Naval Service: "WELL DONE". IN DEDICA TION JOHN JOSEPH R O WAN CAPTAIN, UNITED STA TES NA VY lg USS ANNAPOLIS KAGMR-lj, Auxiliary General Major Relay, Number One,' a ship designed to bring Naval Communications to any Naval unit ashore or afloat, anywhere in the world, with speed and accuracy,' to provide a voice for command when and where it is needed. With specially designed antenna systems constructed on her flight deck, the latest in complex communications equipment in her newly-constructed communications spaces, capacious fuel tanks and what is most important, her smoothly functioning and well trained crew of 700, ANNAPOLIS is capable of operating for protracted periods of time in remote corners of the world's oceans,' augmenting existing shore communi- cation facilities, temporarily extending essential Naval communication services in areas of special operations, or providing communications in areas where they might have been lost or where they may never have existed. Her tasks: to provide fleet broadcasts, inter-area relay circuits and relay circuits for ship to ship and ship to shore communications. She is a floating communications station, able to stay beyond the reach of hostile powers, not depending upon the whims of reluctant allies, carrying vital communications wherever a ship can go and capable of reaching any land area with her powerful transmitters. As her motto states, she is truly "VOX MARIS", the "Voice of the Sea" and as the Voice from the Sea' the Voice of Naval Command, the Sound of United States Seapower. U55 AXNNAXF L-,HS U55 ixmlsmm ms SHIPS HI S TOR Y The decision to give the name ANNAPOLIS to the Navy's first Communi- cations Major Relay Ship came from a suggestion which emanated from the office of the Director of Naval Communications. The naming of the first AGMR after the city of Annapolis commemorates the establishment of one of the Navy's first "wireless', stations there in 1902. In addition, Annapolis today is the site of the Navy's oldest existing radio station which is currently providing the transmitter facilities for the Naval Communications Station in Washington, C D.. The AGMR-1 is the third ship to bear the name Annapolis. The first ANNAP- OLIS was a gun boat commissioned in 1895 which served with distinction in the Spanish-American War and later with the Asiatic Fleet, as a training ship at the Naval Academy, and on patrol in Mexico and Central American waters before being decommissioned in 1919. The second ANNAPOLIS was a palm! friglgte, commissioned in December, 1944, which served as a convoy escort ship ma in co ' - 9 n'U0y TU726' tO Algeria and later being attached to the Pacific Fleet where she was decommissioned in 1946' and sold to Mexico. The fU'S'f07'y Of the present ANNAPCLIS began in August of 1962 when the decomm d ' ' ZSSZOHQ ESCOH Aircraft Comer, Uss GILBERT ISLANDS KCVE-1071 gg? toyed from he? berth at Bayonne, New Jersey to the New York Naval P zpyarli for conversion to the AGMR-1. As a CVE she had seen action in the NZCZjJj?CthZf3T?9Q fZZTOkZiawafGunto operation and Australian operations in Borneo. , 9 O ship was t b - - l 'll a vital communication need of the A? e' Converted and Tecommzsszoned to fu fz U09 S operating forces. , , t ,,,,,, , ,, i i sw, ,, ,,,,,,, ,,f, 4 1, , ' I 5 Qu 'Li 1 K 4 f 1 if "Lf W me' ew- Nl. .1-7, V .4 ,J .,,, . ,.., Sn. V . , ' . . 3 f' 'f'5,, 'V o' . I , X. f H Captain Rowan reading his orders as he takes command. Among the dignitaries present are RADM B. F. Roeder, Dz'rector of Naval Communications, and the Mayor of the City of Annapolis, Maryland, Mr. Joseph H. Griscom, Sr. COMMISSI ONIN G DA Y MARCH 7, 1964 BROOKLYN, NEW YORK M. The Cennnnennling Olllcer, Ollieene enel Men ol. UNITED STATES SHIP ANNAPOLIS request the Lenen ef your Presence on the eeee sion ef the commissioning ef UNITED STATES SHIP ANNAPOLIS New Yorlc Naval Slmipyarcl, Naval Base, Broolclyn, New Yorlc S.V-P. on tlle morning ol. N 1 larclx seventl1, nineteen lmmlrecl ancl sixty-liour at eleven o,cloclc THE SECRETARY OF THE NAVY WASHINGTON '2 Dear Captain Rowan: On the occasion of commissioning USS CAGMR D , I extend my sincere Best wishes the entire ships company. There are certain geographical areas where communications facilities either do March 1964 ANNAPOLIS to you and on this earth not exist or are inadequate for the command and control of fleet operations. ANNAPOLIS, the first communications ship to join the Fleet, will have the mission of providing mobile communications for the command and CODtI'01 of fleet operations in such areas of inadequacy. However, the gains accruing to the Navy from this added capa- bility in the Fleet will be only a reflection of the skill, devotion to duty and spirit of the men who man her. I am confident that the performance of the officers and men of your ship will always reflect the high stand ards and tradition of the Navy and that ANNAPOLIS will meet the challenge of new tasks. Sincerely, '7-?..,.9cU-1 EK: f f unrs f R G A Rear Admiral Roeder de- lzoering the commissioning address. Captain Rowan accepting the Silver Bowl from Mayor Griscorn. I X l 'S Q ,, , .. y l .qi .4 . , xt 1 Ur e ,f,,Ag,' ., .," Q' ' fr: , ,f a Q ' . W 3 Z Hr f .1 - 4 V f V , F E- lk V X "Ui ,,,' 5 ' oe fiii ' 'h.i . i ' 4 ff 'f.,, , , f ff V 1 We - .. , , , are ,X v - e e i1:-. I V Q Vifyy .P I K . W B1 N 1 of X5 is if is yn UNDER WA Y' ' 4 i ' iff 4-1 'X W M .T A ma- -' 9 fl, V. 1 any A f ' THE DIRECTOR O A VAL CUMM UNI CA TI ONS 3r :- A 3? , '.Z'II2':.T'Z':"""""-" ---,..- Y E 5 v , r V -------.1':C:.T.IJ: .------..----- -....-:::---- -..--- -....--.. -"- Wmwqwmd 3 ix " '. 'ig' COMMANDER RODNEY T. M OONE Y, USN Born .in Stoneham, Massachusetts in 1926, Commander Mooney graduated from Tufts University in June 1946 with a Bachelor's of Naval Science degree and a corn- mzsszon as an Ensign, United States Navy. In September 1946 after briefly serving as Executive Officer of USS PC 1233, CDR Mooney reported to NavCommSta Guam as a Communications Watch Officer. Having received a foundation in communications there, he reported to the USS CORAL SEA KCVA-432 as Radio Officer in September 1949. From the CORAL SEA. CDR Mooney was ordered to Advanced Mine Counter- measures Schooil, and one year later, in February 1953, he reported to the Bureau Of Shzps where he served as Mine Countermeasures Instructions Officer and continued on to two additional tours of duty in the mine force. From there he was ordered to the Bureau of Naval Personnel. In August 1962 CDR Mooney reported to the LSS TRUCKEE KAO-1471, as Executive Officer, and after an eventful year during zvhich ' h "ed orders the ship actively participated in the Cuban Quarantine Operations e recezi to USS ANNAPOLIS KAGMR-12 where he is now Executive Officer. h N al Reserve Medal American Theatre Service Medal, CDR Mooney wears t e av , , A World War II VictoryMedal, Navy OccupationMedalffluropean Claspj. and the National Defense Service Medal. He is married to the former Miss rene y I Evel n H'eedon of Falls Church, Virginia. OFFICER Captain Rowan was born in St. Paul Minnesota, in 1919, attended Cretin High School and graduated from the U. S. Naval Academy in December 1941. His first tour of duty was aboard the USS VINCENNES KCA-442 which was sunk during the first battle of Savo Island, and, after a brief three month tour on the USS NORTH CAROLINA IBB-85j, he was assigned to the USS DE HA VEN IDD-4691 which was also sunk beneath him eight weeks later by Japanese dive bombers off the coast of Guadalcanal. The next seven months he spent recuperating in the San Diego Naval Hospital. He returned to duty successively aboard the USS BLUE IDD-7442, USS SIVENSON IDD-7291, and the staff of ComDesRon TWO where he spent the remaining two years of the war and the first three post war years. After attending Postgraduate School z'n communications at Annapolis in 1948, he was assigned to duty on the staff of ComCruDesPac in 1949 as Com- munications Officer and in 1952 to NavCommFac, London, as Executive Officer. In 1954 he reported as Operations Officer of the USS NEWPORT NEWS fC.-1-1481, and in 1955 he assumed command of the USS WREN IDD-5681. Two years later he reported to the Superintendent of the U. S. Naval Academy for duty as Assistant Chief of Stafffor Personnel and Administration. ln April 1961, after twelve months as Executive Offz'cer of the USS NEW- PORT NEWS ICA-1482 Captain Rowan was assigned to duty in Washz'ngton with the Director of Naval Communications where he served successively as Director, Plans and Policy Divz'sion,' Offz'cer in Charge, Naval Communicatz'ons Systems, Headquarters Activityj and Director, Program Division. -'milk ln. September 1963 Captain Rowan reported for duty as Prospective Com- "'U"d"19 Officer of the Navy's first Communicat' M ' Rl Sh' USS .-X.Y.X'.-1PO1,I.S'KAGJIR-11. mn ajor e ay lp ldcflpfflifl R02i'an's .decorations and medals include the Purple Heart with go Q star, Asiatic-Pacific' Theatre U0 starsj, American Theatre, American De- -ttl:-fi?-X0"!l UCCUPGIIOII. National Service, Philippine Liberation, and China Captain Rowan is married to the former Ha I . K if ry Thompson of Durham, North and they are the proud parents of three boys, John, William and .I- THE COMMANDING kwin. DEPAR TMEN T HEADS .I I , Q A O Z k ' ', . 4,-f X Y- LT C. W. CAREY LCDR T. C. ROWAN LCDR J, A, WILLETT, IV NU'UiQ0f0" 0Pe"Ufi0n-9 Officer Communication Officer LTJ. T. DOHERTY LT THOMAS J. SULLIVAN First Lieutenant Engineer Officer ,-4'-"VY LCDR T. V. FEKULA LTR. L. SMITH LCDR R- K- HILL Supply Officer Medz'cal Officer Dental Officer , I , , f , 3 "COMING BA CK FR OM SEA TRIALS f N C , -,W . ,W If A ,, v , y 7 D 45' STEAMING OUT TO SEA e . ggfwfewrzq-37 , ' I - ' if V R ' ' 2415-mx rat ' fy.-up , Tw-K Nd" -1+-. A I i2 E.-H+ A w-far , nl' N NEW YORK HARBOR f ZWQ ' W 9 fl, M, 9 47? EZ? W, ,A Z? 7 ' y r' ' "1 ...fa A 1 ,., . J .. 4 '74 1:3 E ..- .Y I rs-'Q 1 ,fi BRIEF S TUP IN N URFOLK "After commissioning, we spent our first days trying out our new wings, then on to Norfolk, Homeport, to greet our loved ones. After the brief stop zn Norfolk, it was on to "GITMO", our great training base in Cuba, for three weeks of hard training." i' A H if f , N 4 , ,fl . rg f , 1 X z N E ,,-4 ,rf A ,4 'ffg rfgf iv VIN 1.447 I 'Ms J X f, Wy, f ,wwf Um f 'W WW WJZWXW mf, mf fm, yf v WW , PORT VIE W 1 a Q 1 1 f X I .. A U '. Z6 8' X .asf LTJGA. L. IYATHEWAY LTJG L.F. AIVDERSUIV LTJG D. G. FARLEY CS Division Officer CR Dz'visiOn Uffiffef CF Division Officer Fleet Radio Officer Relay Officer FAC Officer W, , . 1 iusll11 LTJG I. E. FINLA YSON Asst. CR Division Officer Crypto Sec. Officer Photo Not Available LTJG T. A. PRICE FAC Control Officer LCDR J. A. WILLET, IV Communications Officer COMM UNI CA TI ONS DEPAR TMEN T The Communication Department, manning the complex electronic installation that is our main battery, is a hard-hitting group of skilled opera- tors and technicians dedicated to bringing large- scale communication support to the entire fleet, "VOX MARIS", the motto of the ship, z's the key word upon which the entire department sets its sights. Only through the sincere effort and long hours of hard work that these personnel contri- bute, is it possible for ANNAPOLIS to achieve the goals for which she was designed. 159. 'fv- QA! F49- Tmffeftifcllflifflliffcef LT W- R- ALVERSON LN- H- BRITT Electronics Officer Electronics Repair Officer LTJG E. C. HUGHES Administration Assistant RegZ.St5T75g3DlT2T2lH. IQRAPER i LTJG T. L. SAINDON icatzons Custodian Security and Traffic Analysis Officer ALA.GREENWOOD,RMC J.F,DUDLEYQRAHf fLL.BRATCHER,RMTS R.R.NUTCHELL,RMCS G.Jd4LLENQETC D.R.LAPRATT,RM1 L.MCKINNEY,RM1 H.N.TAYLOR,RM1 4 'Q "" . 5,6 .- u., A-V, if-3 ' 'Ei . , -'G-'f 1 1 vu., .rf 9? lr' ?f,' ,ffnl , LTJGJ. R. DUNHZXCM LTJG J. V. CA VANA UGH CWO2 F. W. GILMORE Asst. CF Division O icei' Asst. CE Division Officer Term' 15' t M - . Radio Officer Electronic Systems Maintenance Officer ma ys gms amtemmce Offzcer 'G CK . 3,2'Q"f R. C. KELLEY it """" RMC is R. PETRILLC R RMCM X39 . Q R. A. LEEMON , RMC 1 C'l"1'J WP age'-no JONES, RM2 GIEWALD, RM2 BEST, RM2 WEST, RM2 4,-as ffv 'VS 'IRQ N' Omg? 'bfi' ,40- I f E' ,cw Wu.-f . J. HERRINGTON, RM2 . B. HUTTON, RM2 V. W. AVERY, RM2 H. F. EDWARDS, RM2 2' ing D. J. TAYLQR, RM2 B. F. POLLARD, RM2 V an T.vACcARo,RM2 's fy W' M. ANI, RM2 H. S. PARKER, RM2 K. L. BOYKINS, RM2 J. E. FAW, RM2 E. C. BRINK, JR., RM2 I ,-:mb is A . J. HUHN, RM1 J. KIMENSKI, RM1 F. E. MARTIN, ET1 F. M. REAVES, ET1 W. E. GILMORE, ET1 C. W. D1G1Ac0 R. C. McD0WEIIXI1?,RRNIH1 MARCELLOUS3 RMI . HINTON, JR , RM3 . . BENOIST, RM3 . . BROWN, RM3 A B. . B. C. FRISBY, RM3 B G L A .1-""' R. S. URBANEK, RM3 C. D. FORMELL, RM3 E. A. HURTADO, RM3 J. B. SCOTT, RM3 P QV' 0-K' J, A. HAIDACHER, RM-2 R D . . LUTZ, RM? . J. CZRCK, RM2 A D, G. BLANTON, RM2 v f f M"""a .01 mv D. P. EDGAR, ETN2 G. H. WAFFLE, RM3 J. A. VARRELLA, RM3 K. E. NEU, RM3 kWx .A. . I ,Q -QR Ev,-as , . C. JONES, JR., RM2 E. KATZMAN, ETR2 , J. W. FABER, ETN2 5 A. J. KESSLER, ETN2 Z i T 3 T gh nw. QT-A M l... sm 3 li 1. P. MONK, RM3 W R. R. ROSANDERMQM3 R. L. DUNCAN, R J G. E. FISHER, RM3 R. M. MULLINS, RM3 M. L. ARIAS, RM3 J. P. MULDOON, RMB J. W. COX, ETN3 if ' , da, xy DENNHLETN3 B T. J J .LOYD,JR,ETR3 .KELBLEY,ETN3 SANCHEZ,ETR3 W. BRUMMET, RM3 M. WEAVER, RM3 G. KRUG, RM3 W. JOHNS, RM3 J. R. BEVENOU P. E. BOELE, R315 RM3 M. W. NANCE, RM3 D. F. MARTINI, RM3 W9 garlwg MILAM, RM3 AVERY, RM3 MARQUEZ, RM3 FAILOR, RM3 222165 SORROW, RM3 U V. MURTHA, RM3 gil MORALES, RM3 N51 E. FOUCART, RM3 'iii W. T. HARDING, SN W. L. MILLER, RMSN M. LARACUENTA, SN H. E. LEDOWSKI, RMSN :fix R. J. MARTIN, RMSN K. W. THAMES, SN R. K. GRAFF, SN R. G. KNOTT, SN f 4'-3, , xx I 1 i . ,B Zwff ' WW 3 naw k ff A ? R. R. HARDIE, ET3 H R. J. COOPER, BT3 P. J. M. ORESTO, YN3 c. . B. WILLLAMSON, RMSN TA -R H 1 1 1 i , D. L. NATH, ETR3 M. T. OOREY, ETN3 M. A. WILSGN, ETN3 V. B. HOLLOMAN, ETN3 jj' A 1 I A 1 I P ! I i A. DELLAPENNA, SN D. L. COBB, RMSN W. B. TOMBLINE, RMSN R. MORRISON, RMSN i E i I F L. Q1 T. E. BOES, RMSN il M. P. LANE, RMSN fw O. L. THROP, RMSN W. 'A. OARRINGTON, RMSN f i ,Q f, i 1 Z J '63 if . f f gf 1 f f Y an f f 5 z , . f X f7" f f 2. N., , ul-ww 'O jefijaw G if ff--Q Q f A M Mn- 5' f gl. 1 'v .v A ' ,X M3355 E3 , I I, 1, . ,Q -w1wxI51si.w X li- .Ku f-Q? ex 4-J X x Sf Xb sf ,QU +?fff'Aa.. ,Z . 2 ai ff' J., 1j,,,,..:'- .mx x X ' if .11 ml I ' P"- F' ' A" K ja if Q iv SN 1 3 .af ix . K k',V 1 ' A k d, ..,, T. N. MORRISON, SN J. D. RAMEY, RMSN R. BRYAN, RMSN R. J. HAWKINS, RMSA Q. I In Q. In Q .13 . ai' ,f ,M A , 7 W ,aff ff g 2 F. C. RANKIN, SN 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 11 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I1 1 1 1 1 11 11 11 11 1 11 ,11 111 111 1 1 1 1, 1 11 11 1 1 1 1, 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 F' Q!! "Remember ole' 'Gitmo . 1 I 1 i 4 x I 4 5 i e 4 H 5 i 4 "Holiday Colors at the bow". I Z ' I fgafxfy fig A .'mmmm,,,M4QX , X f f Wifswle' 5 1 IYMCW wg , my 'f-1'-W W1 -rn he W.. .1 Q Q A' f 4 5, J nfgym ' 2 , 1 ww, A, Q 1 1 ' 1 NEW Eva x ' 5 Q-Six ' ggi? , 3 ' 5 ,,, .,x. ,,,f.,,, , A V , A ba ,Ar w ill -M ' ' xy , ., , if 7-1 fir-fffiffk i'?'2'ff-17 ' ' ,,f W1'f?4ii55ffW S' ,Ill if 4 -QW 'wx v M 4 wLY.-.X , '91 fx xx .- V Q.v, , X lf N ' f wks: , 1 af Q ' My V 4 7 if a, Y f 1 , F X , L, "Remember , , ,,,. those hot, hot days? GQ almost every day. Little sleep and maximum effort all go to make a battle-trained sailor." ...,saz"'MW4!:e:' . - 2 A ' w,,,,,,M..,auV VS Q2 - - - N ,es all if 2, ' 'Q' leg aj 3 x S-' - M V r gtgpx ' fs if X -ub ' . 'R l Y. Ai I V 2 i Mwflsv, A f.,. A:::Av.' V - -' , ,-15.,72.,,-t f ,L V 5 ' e .- l"f. , Af f 1, 'A s s ff X F55 ' Q Q' iv' 5 c , l' K' ,. ff N 34, if I- fy 515' iq P E: L. I x I A I I ! J I I i Q, I I I ,, , vw'zf7f,,,,,, ,MGX ZWJZE f f f W1 f ya 1 2 4 ,,,, H, f , f, I if MII 0: V 1,4 'I ,.,.-f""' ,W I I I ,.,I I I y.,I MI - II 3 1 I . 1 4 ,lx I i 0 1 E I ' v . 1 IW ! ,, 1 14 s, if l I i I 2 "..,Wm:4 M. w . Q- 4, -ew'-af fu ,.,,--V 'J Q "Mouin Ani entertaining us all." "Ourfz'1'st smokerf, 'W' w v A I V N N K 'Q X -. .bf n E r I I F x I I N W POYNTER, SFC O O MARTIN, DCC J E HOLLAND, MMCS T T REED, MM1 DISHON, SF1 SUTTON, MM2 KUSKIN, MM2 FIQUEROA, MM2 I LT THOMAS J. SULLIVAN Chz'efEngineer ENGINEERING DEPAR TMEN T The Engineering Department has charge of the Ship's machinery. This machinery must not only be operated, but operated at maximum ef. ficiency. Our range and speed are greatly affected by the state of effz'ciency. More personal factors, such as the amount of fresh water available and the temperature and humidity conditions, are also affected. Logs, recording the readings of various gauges, are kept to indicate the operational read- iness of the machinery. Regular programs of visual inspection and lubrication are maintained. The effects of wear and corrosion are measured. Re- pairs and replacements are made when necessary. These tasks are accomplished by men working under conditions that are some times adverse, a fireroom may reach a temperature of 1200 F.,' some times dangerous: superheated steam will re- move a finger or a hand easier than a surgeon's scabvelj but sometz'mes pleasant: it's nice to be warm on a wintry day. I I LTALBERT H. PERRY DCA LTJG R. W. CA VERLY LTJOSEPHJ. PEMP Electrical Officer MPA I 9 I I ,lk Photo Not I Available ie I LTJG T. G FULLER H I I I I I I A Division Officer LT P-. W-.A THANAS LTJG A. S. PIKE R Dwzswn Officer B Division Ufflcef I Q I I I I I .li , , i W, I , I A I II II II ,i K K 4559 - I T, J. HENRY, RM3 ff R-- . n ' ,1.w. ROGERS, EM3 "' Q, L. HASTON, EM3 L. 0 '. SEARLES, EM3 SF -SN Q 5 I l 3 'g x Q 5- W L' 9'I'XXIIiXl'l'li IXI3 J- 1-3 HJJ. S'm1f'1"11. Sim' J 22. J 4. . ki- AQ.-A 10 if ,. ' x J. K. ENDSLEY, MM3 ,, v. M. JACKSON, MM3 dx F .J Jj fs -no D. R. WARD, MM3 , .,,. N R. R. TOWLSON, MM3 I 'K P 1 .,., 'Ir' a X-6 X' f. :Iv " Q K -J ,.-:'..,,.' 1--I :Tx ltsu Q M. C. I-UXY, IC3 J C FFIII IC3 55' 6:73 'SC 5' iii J' J. ,xf 1:ics1':'1,. 11:3 ,., X J x' ur-:1J1J.fx.1c3 -4 Q Or J' 19 '1'. P. Joxl-is. mis R. 1-3. P1-:RR1xs.m13 Q' rfggw? w,w, JJ.J ... Q 3 553 'Mm,m, R. MATECKI, SFP2 L. STEVENS, IC2 E. HATFIELD, CD2 P. BARSAMELLA, MR2 awww m T? . J. FEIGHAN . A. LoRANT,'1?NlV1Q2 . N. SHAW, 31.12 . FOTH, SFP2 W J 1 J. M. HANSEN, EM3 E. E. BORK, EM3 J. MOCSARI, EM3 C. F. LARSON, 103 T. S. T T. CDQPFUZ 1 V W I i STIDLHUMM, JR. ANDROLOWIEZ, EN3 T MERANDA, EN3 . CHARTER, EN3 T J F Y P l I I 1 I -vs . R' fa QQ, , I 9.19 1 v- . , , Q' . Ii1K11.X.lN1.1Tx Ii I IIIHIHN IX 1 . . , , Q Q RIA .IND .I .. X Lal, x.1.xL11 IN G. K. FRY, FN n. W. FIELD, FN r ,gg - , 5 , R. B. DEBONA, FN v ,N D. G. ALLEN, FN - , L.- l -1 . K . . l.i'.XSlf VX 3 V3 3 J. MCGUIGAN, FN 1 R. L. WALL, FN 3 w. 1. DAVIS, FN , ,ap ,Q ,iig J.c. RILEY, FN ' A 74 gn Q ,fr i J. B. 1INSl.l-IY. I-'N 'l'. J. BI,AC'KS'l'OL'K. l' N 7 R. .-X. KRL'l'.'X. FN J. W. B.-XRKOWSKI. l'N n -09" if . . WRIGHT, IC3J A . E. QI.. MURPHY, SFM32 T. R. KNOWLES, SFM3- R. A. DELPRIORE, ff' feng T. L. POTTER, DC3 W. A. WOOD, MR3 J. P. DOWNS, MR3 J. J. LIPKA, BT3 KH., I 2 I. S. ROOT, SFP3 W. I. DAVIS, DC3 F. R. HOLMES, DC3 E. M. HITCHCOCK, III, DC3 '25 rg- .Nur-J2'x www R. WELCH, IC3 T' WALES, D. LAR , G. HOWARD, MMFN . ,Ma L. D. SWAGER, FN R. R. JACOBS, FN C. J. ROHNY, FN T. A. TAYLOR, FN anew. R. M. BILLINGS, EMFA R. J. MAURICIO, MMFN M. J. BEANEVLLI, MMFN J. M. SMITH, EMFN QQ . Y 'K Y.pi-JP' 'Shadi M. A. FIACCO, FN S. L. DUDA, FN C. J. PERRY, FN V. E. WAUGH, FN f,....,b 0. D. WILLIAMS W. A. ScHMIDT,'FBMA H. N. SMITH, FN T. J. SPARKS, FN . Q' -1.-aff", M. E. BETHELEHEM F .I.F.DWYER,FN 'N S.L. COOK, FA R. E. BAUER, FN A . 1 2 . V I f-'46 .. - V s!' 1 Q A , X .fl N .75 "" fa V. M. BATTALICO, SN W. E. ST. JOHN, FN V. J. MCCAMMON, FA J. W. DALY, FN Q W i 1 5 I 1 I AWIIM mn f...,a.. W, -ur- 1 1 Q H ' Ae .Q f 5 ' 'Vg' .WW 'V 315-FII ff Vial ls I ,..J .J Uhr ,I .K R. O. CHAPARRO, FN M. E. LAFFERTY, FN ,. l. .. 1-thai-ix' Exercises Masterstroke and Teamwork: "After the trying days of GTMO and a brief homeport period, ANNAPOLIS was called upon to perfrom its first major task. In support of the largest NATO and US- Canadian fleet exercises held in years, AN- NAPOLIS provided many and varied com- unication services, although often traveling alone. Leaving Norfolk just after Labor day, we traveled z'n a Northeasterly di- rection, moving between Iceland and Scotland. Although never quite reaching the Artic Cz'rcle, we were able to witness the splendid solitude of the neararticnorth. Included among our rare visitors was a small Soviet naval vessel. We were as carzoas about him as he was about us. All-in-all, ANNAPOLIS first proved her worth daring exercises "Masterstroke" and "Teamwork . 57? 5 5 ' ',e"a rfiwz M gzbri-it' J: sf 3,1 3 R K 1. .Ah "' .Y- us. maj' A . ,nu N Y , ,, . . A 5' W 3 3 ,nk .- -re-,V-. 'xf x TR A' wr 1 V :Kr I 1, K I .,'-,Q -U: . .1 4 JH- "'f'1- 'L 'Mir my A31- fy. ,V ww' MwwAmM' .. .44-N M. 1" ,. . -. ' 21-Qeyfsgl, I gf- nw -4 ,x X . ,. ri WL i,!.,.vQpi7qN ,Ag iglcfg' IW-Q gr "" " ,LJ 1 "f:,j- "' .Vx f . . .A . X -Q ,,-, -.n W I 1-.. 4 :fd - - ',r'f.in,3.35t. wise" V A "ffm-L' azz - 3.5 R ' .QI :ff ' . ' Aa:-if-ws' .Q 73 6- ' . X- Aim. -Q 1. A.-. f , - I yfwwk.-, .. 1. .., ffjpv . .'-,gy-hw ,.?'f,I. qn.v,5. 'Q , ' -' ' ...Q P- M-. wa.: -fa if A A : - ' . - '31 ell"- 5- '. Ni- '- ',-,wr ' ff-. ' NLS-" 6 ..q'fj,,Q-.SV95 H'Y?'N-V f' W Y Q N511 ,M .ig-', ,3.jg,,,J:gj, ,va ,- . ,A ,.,f-nw Q.. ' ' ' ' ". .1 . , . . , 'Y V w - i .. -4.-.eif,gfi"' I .g4A,Xr- f .'5'N.' 1. , .-1 ..,n- - .gn f2T'fg: P fn' w x v V ' ' Ju , . 7' I -ffaff f .f..Z.' Ak, ' .....--gg..-P" ' M. Q . V' d nf Q . . . ,A - 1 -.. M. ev , I . , , ...I '- -K: ,K .., A ' ,.-A gm" Q , ' 5 . TA" 5 A "4 IT'- - if? ' ,xt K , ff Q V- W g,aL., , , ,N.,v.,zx I xl , -1 if , ff , - H Kiwi - , ,Mag .QM X fu mQmNg" 5?f' g' , - Yi . V , .3 .. . f if-I 2 ' N 75 -,4.,- 1 W- ' .img Q. U we .T ., 'Q s'2 ' Y 1 1 in H V I -T -mf , if , .V -U yvlh ,. 1 - . 1 , - A 1' , " ' V- A 1 . ,, , I A, I 9 -. I . fn H , ,3 A, I V I-f. V .5 4. . 3 9' J K Q-, Y"2:,,v -..J wg -.. . '4 ' ,. 'vf x"Ycn ' i:"' . Y" X- MW , . "' .. ' 'A 'Qty ..g'Ya.. ,QF V w .mM3, ' ' - -T -' . "gg, -' 'ixivm . of ' 'll 'll '- 'L' f H is sz- x . I w v51"" fum ' . N ., 99? :vw ,via , lk-,Qsw .l.vV,3: - :NA I t L .gg N K. ,ir U, rs1'i", - , 1. .f-5 ,f a"'v l ,fhgfil - ' 'N we ZS 11 ' 4,-S4-. : f .1 , , , ., ,, f W A.. I . I -,ab ,, ,111 vm , , ,. ,W . 'NH ,M ,-H, A- ff. my -s. RQTTERDAM "Rotterdam, the Nether- lands. Our fz'rst liberty port of the cruise. Everyone was eager to sample the hospi-' talzty of the Dutch, and to give close attention to the famed "little Dutch maids with the wooden shoesf, The city and country was every- thing we had wished it to be. We were sincerely wel- comed everywhere we went. The only thing wrong with the v' 't ' zsz was that it was not long enough." 4 WWW!-M Z L 3 ff N 4 WWMM , , x , 4. HL www 1 vw A wwf f W 'Q f , , ,WW X 'f . , hz ,am ff: ' iw'-an-..,.., mv, I 4 X . r I 5 I 4s i R 'D E 9 Q f 5 'xxx TERDAM Wx 'Q --in 1 "Among the most fascinating events that we ever got involved with, helicopter operations provided us perhaps our most thrilling moments. Not only keeping the Deck personnel alert, "Flight Quarters" also caused much activity among the com- municators, who had to alter many fre- quency assignments to accomodate the visiting airmen." 1 -Jn li, .um AMW fi 'IM4 i A Q' ff ,N P. A. SCULLY, PN3 L. D. HIGGINS, SN T. D. NOEL, SN IQV' f N QQ' P. S. SCULLY, SN M. D. SCHLAIN, SN ADMINISTRA TI UN LT W, D, RIGGS LCDR H. H. 'BOND Administrative Officer Chaplain "Paper-pushers though they may be, we would be lost without them. They perform an important job aboard ANNAPOLISY' G. JONES, GMGC A. E. ODOM, PNCA M. J. HILGER, YNl Q J. W. HANSON, P02 pa W. J. LAKE, PN3 K L. J. SEDIVY 111, YN3 A y't f ,241-M -X CHORBA. GMG1 xx. DONOYAN. FTG1 E. BUSH.-X. BMI . KLEINT. BM2 5 C. E. WINGO, BM2 P. LANIER, BM2 R. M. GUNN, GMG2 c. JAUDON, BM3 KM' X953 'fl V r .Q , D. A. RICCI, BM3 I 7, sf: D. M. DUNCAN, BM3 .3 f A R. K. CLINE, BM3 3' D. C. KISER, BM3 Q . L. LOGUE, BM3 .A. BAPTIST, BM3 . S. KUZAK, JR., B313 S. ATKINS, BM3 Y' if DE CK DEPAR TMEN T "Here is the land of the bo'suns and gunners, our protectors and guardians of the liberty boats. Providing the essential services of maintenance and preservation of the hull and topside spaces, we admire the fortitude of the boatswains and the accuracy of the gunnersf' LTJ. T. DOHERTY First Lieutenant 'J-'SF' LTJGR. B. OKON LTJGR. A DEVINNFY LTJGH T NOWFLL Asst. First Lieutenant Shzp's Bo'sun Third Division Officer ,III . gs- , LTJ G R. W. BAL FirstDz'vision Officzr LTJG H' H' MILLER Gunnery Officer If E A. NECESSARY, SN 2 . I -.. r ' i A ,E J, L, EARL, SN H, HUGHES, SN r Q ,wiv VM H. E. RHODES, JR., SN R. E. BUSO, BM3 R. GLASPIE, SN R. N. PULLEY, SN P. J. MAZZOLENI. SN F. A. VALLES, SN B. R. BRADSHAW, SN W. A. BROWN, SN I' F u Wfx - .55 A. L. PRUETT. SN q D. J. SULLIVAN, SN , as ' J.A. PIANGA,SN 4 3 C. T. BEAINLSN .I V A 4 1:-:A J. T. JONES, GMG3 D. D. WOLOWNIK, FTG3 C. B. KERNAN, FTG3 R. JOYORER, GMG3 f f . , 26, 1 D. H. BRADE N' E- PULLY,NB15iiVI3 B. . WIPPERMAN, GMG3 S. M. HOBBS, SN G. L. GIBSON, SN L. J. MILLER, SN K. A. WARNER, SN R. C. PUSHAY, SN J. RAMEREZ, SN W. J. CREAR, SN H. H. LOGSDON, SN 3'm R. D. YIETII. sx C. R.cR.x1N.sN R. J. sAL'Jox, SN L. M. s1c.xRu. sx J. C. KONOPASKE, SN B. D. PERDUE, SN W. S. TERBUSH, SN W. J. JOHNSON, SN M-7 K. P. JONES, SN B. D. DURHAM, SN J. COLEY, SN N. W. HUMPHREYS, SN ,, , -gl Y A 41. . . , . B. L. LOCK, SN W. E. BOWER, BM3 R. A. ELLSWORTH, SN R. D. ATKINSON, SN .S Q1 I fi' , 7 x X i E l M. R. PRIBULA, SN R. D. BRAGG, RM3 E. R. OBERTLIK, SN N' L. P. AGUINALDO, SN . I 4 5 K i O I I I 1 W. A. STEEL, SN D. M. DENTREMONT, SN M. R. MCKAY, SN A R. G. WICKS, SN J 1 I E I Y 1 ,Q ,Y 5. nz-'ff"' H.: .ar ,Q .Mn -1- .A-L,q , -4,6 'T 1122 31" NIT q wr F ia ,Q . P. FRENCH, SN A R. J. STEARN S W. O. M1NGO,'S1ffI R. B. M1LLBR,SN A - L. E. BRADLEY, BM3 ' at J. D. SMITH, SN , . , .: A . 1: .S J.R. REDDIE, SN 45 69 'D '7 ' P A. R. SAKMAR, FTGSN - ,- A --A ' .f.,:.N C l QQ A B. T. ISBELL, BM3 gs, D. W. THOMPSON, BMSN -A CLEMENT, SA J. W. GILL, SA T. W. BISHOP, SA H. A. HOUSTON, SA LCDR R. K. HILL COMUCCI, HMC LIVQYIIIVIAGRUDER, DT1 J, R, LYNN, HM2 R, A. GISH, HM3 MEDICAL DEN TA L Here zs the landoftooth- grinders and needle-jabbers we nevertheless appreciate their presence. In times of pazn, sore tooth orh ang-over, we know we can rely on the "Medios" to ease our pains LTR. L. SMITH 'Y 1 I r' 'M' 'fy x , . 1 L G SPAW HM3 D.E.STAIB,HN - .MCK R. L. IRVINE, DT3 J' T I ENNA, SN Y V 1 i 2 5 i 1 A 1 , i 1 X Z 5 Q 2 A I x 1 1 i 3 T:- 4 ' 1 - ,ff ,mr K f K, K 7 ' 'Zu M I . x X L AN' fl X J -' kfifvs lf Z t v 'Cf "On to our Lisbon, Pearl of Portugal. Here we all had a chance to try out whatever Spanish we knew, pro- viding it had a Portuguese accent. All hands enjoyed the gracious tours, which included age-old historic castles reflecting the fabulous history of Portugal." fu up gp fifw 4 W" 7 f , , 1,39 iw ifwwff , , , ,, 499 , ff ' 51' WWL2' Q ,, 'Wai' ff C J A ' ur' LISBO 11" I 1 Q -.-, . 3' 'wr' 1 ,- v n vwqp, ,,-., Q-..4 --k -1.3 J ,- 4-Il Q In B 1 ' T.. UF' v I5 x A I ii, 'Sf '- A Xi 't X I R A A 3 W , v 1 iw L 'tp-f' 3 "4 'B V k M- - 'K97.f'FKY'1' 'Z . 2 M ' ' I I .. 1 A"---gm . ' ,, uf! A,. A -1-A 'mg 'vw w . I . , .A v- " " N A ' 3, . 1 ,1 ill ,fm Q' 44----..' . xo "d ll Nl lil ,. , K . r' - V 1--rv--f .fn A1 -v Q eh: I N? 'se S .A - V1 - ' r t 4 ,,, ,.v--""" --Gin.-me f '+ xd If li f H -'is 11'-' vm 6 u. 'Z wi I. Q jr ,,, .. 3 v-.4-...gf ,Q T A-'E A bfi' n , Ya V. 1 1 W Y! f 5 iq: 0 1 A ' I 1 ma , muff-1: P1 'tai-1 v-v- 4 H .JV V- frm-g. .-Tl., V ff :vang -f--B ,W V.A, A? WW gs Umm! - rl Fl 5 .Un .R .0 ln' f Ill SUN l .Mx PIKE I WW wwf y Wi' ' "Now, after two pleasant liberty ports, came our greatest test of the cruise,' operatz'on Steel Pike I. Steel Pike I, the largest amphibious exercise since World War II, combined the skill of both the Spanish and American navies. In support of this exercise, ANNAPOLISprovided the most extensive communication support ever provided a large-scale fleet operation by a sea-going radio station. Surrounded by over 100 troop carrying ships, literally swamped this entire task force with the finest communi- cation support ever afforded any similar size task force, amphibious or otherwise." " Upon terminat , NAPOLIS now entered the Mediterranean Sea through the "Pillars of Hercules", enroute to our last liberty port, Palma. Here we were to really enjoy ourselves, away from the hustle and bustle of the continent." ion of this vast exercise AN on-. 41 Wx wi, 235555 AEN' - NX , .. xv i s, Xxx . we f up WWW "7-. 'O gl 'YC' Cliff v " sv" af.. .uw f nn- ga: fa .. nfl' -.- .V nf- 'Aa vii ', .24'w.,...' " W Q-yy. are ,, 44- . ., qu ,.--,f -3 . .0 s ,W -4 ...M '4- .4 -',,.q, .V F'-1 J 22' Q.: J' ' . .b v .6 'K w . 1 7' f Q -s.. .3- Q., QsS , '--. .-r ,- Q-- , , nn... '97"7f' "'-"1L- ' . 1 'IQIQZILS I " v .. .. A s '. , 7'.rs L. , -. .- . ' av ' ' A x x N.'1 -r'- 3 5,- 1 i HOFFMEISTER, RD3 f 41:7 uWHb,vf::,x 1. 5.12. BARKER, QM3 H. D. YAMASHITA, RD3 4, mg, H. F. HAZELWOOD, RD3 . f ' if "'X!'x .- 4 - ilJS.s?.13 . A.. -K1 Q Q ':,.. - .. 1 'Al ' .' x - 31.1511014111-lI.UN,5jx13 IJ I VIII' X'l'I1Hl sl.. mg..1.3 5 V . 1 Q Ivwx T. 13. CAMPO, SN .QL 925 Nr F' vl.-ww' J. E. DEJOICIC. SX J. N. GOODIIUIC, SN O. L. COOR. SN f-'rr' R G- NATHAN, SN D- B- RACOVICH, SN , . .ZIEGENFUS, RD3 "' if X? Q ,-eq. s 115' '-- f' K. A. FELDfNI.'XN. SN N r - ' 4 : v 9 ' ' Aa' Nr' Z oPERA T1oNs DEPARTMENT E., "Although among the smallest of the departments, Qperations nevertheless provides ANNAPOLIS with essential services: the processing of information, the safe. navigation ofthe ship, and the sending of tactical signals by visual means. 0 N 4 Isifzx .4-49" : , :s 4 ,, L.: i f 'iw - 'LL gr QT. LCDR T. C. ROWAN LTC. W. CAREY LTL. A. RAUCH Q Operations Officer Navigator CIC Officer ' e O W MANSPEAKER QM1 C L MILLER SM1 ! 1-5 ilk: LTJC P. C. GARDINER .-XSSI. CIC Officer N., 175 ':-sd'-T ' D U 4391 H. E. WILLIAMS, RD1 LH D F KRSZJZANIEK, QM2 QL- Tf Ef LYBARGER, RD2 gc' M. L. HARDYMAN, SM2 QB: 4.m0' ri ' ' - 4 3:-' ,wx '.f'7 75 ,J- ' ,-' fn Lf' 1 ' ' up L, ' I 0. MANGINDIN, SD1 L. EBUEN, SD1 E. H. PHILLIPS, SHCA R. L. WALTHER, SH1 F? lx ,. if "',U!"Y 1 ,IX ,- 'll IV l?.1lx'l"l.', .N'Kl'1l I I - . '. .3.Y7'11.N'll. Slit l. .l I-flfl 'lf SIN 'N V lPI'X'X'I"1'x' ' ' 1 IN 1 38. Y' 1 II. NI. HIFRS V91 . .vw 7. a 5 La: 42: r, "2 9 W..G.ZWiXIk'i'.iJK1 ' RJ, ' J A L J. 11. x1c..xx'm'. sm A -v gl "Q, -'L 1 N-A A J.1,1-:E.sK2 G. F. KELLY, SK2 , , , " g.112AF1iERRER,sD2 H -M ' 'L 0 , . As, S132 X , U L" S. K. MICHIAEL, C52 A " 5 4 'A' gl Inf' gn 11 L Nl' LCDR T. V. FEKULA Supply Officer iii S UPPL Y DEPAR TMEN T "Providing us with the basic services with which we cannot go without, we depend on the Hporkchoppersi' for our food, pay, ships store services, and a host of other attentions, including good old "gedunk". Led by the hard-charging stores officer, Jack Crowe, the Supply Departments stores division keeps ANNAPOLIS filled to the brim with all manner of essential items, including reams of teletype paper for the weary communicators. Add to this the excellentchowput outof the other "Crow", plus the numerous but little heralded other services the Supply Department provides, adds up to one big PLUS for Supplyf' "'. 'x . . fa ns X, LTJ. C. CROWE Stores Officer 'F' Q-ji LTJG J. D. CROW Commissary Officer LTJGR: C.'WALKER LTJGJ. R. LEARSON Services Officer Disbursing Officer 4 ll"""' f K3 Q J'C'RILEY,S-RIVERA SK3 V Q 1: J A TORRES , QQ' m . ' IOWARD, SD2 -V QI KIURFF, SD3 1 ,ng ,Q Q97 :ik A., Q M. S. C'L'S'I'UIDIO, SID3 MQ rf x r, x lx. B. P.-xcz.'x1mx'.xN, s 1 ..nL'Rs1-:,c's3 . xx'1-:Nc'K,x's3 if R. W NELSON CS3 H. E.'R1TTER, ,css S. H. LEVY, DK3 7' 1357 17 . x- gs G. A. CIGIEL, SN asf- N I., xx' cz um-11.1.1-xxx, sx if xsf1-:f'1'1.1.xxcxmxn. wx J mx'-f-T 0 xx J IILII HN ' .xf 1-:f Il.XXK'I-.QNSN V' eil 2-H"" Z-'O H. C. PETERSON SH3 H. M. WILLIAMS, SH3 , .25 QS' W. B. HORNE, SH2 W. M. MCCOY, SH3 R. N. NELSON, C52 L. M. RECTOR, SH2 R. K. BROYLES, SH2 J. DELONG, SH3 'CW r P5 f A. C. COMER, SH3 R. L. WATSON, SH3 C. J. MARTIN, SH3 A. D. MILLER, SH3 R. R. MILLER, SH3 M. E. LESLIE, SK3 , J. C. ULRICH, SK3 G. E. REYNOLDS, SK3 Ax 1 4 G F LORES TN R. L. EVANS, SN F. S. MALIAS, TN J. ILCLARINAL, TN L. RUFFIN, TN C. - 9 ' P.v.AMANO1O, TN T .3 Q. G. M. MANGONON, TN I. W. NONATO, TN x in .1 'if' , Q' .fi f. KJ J 1 6 LSQTI J . .ca S . w'?x W 0 W .sqm A. O. OOAMPO, TN R. JOHNSON, TN M. E. EVERETT, SN D. L. WILSON, PNSN S. L. SHORTRIDGE, SN 1'0" W. F. HEADRICK, SK L 2 R. HIME, SN F. D. BRADLEY, SN L. E. AMAROSA, SN M. C. CRAWFORD, SN ..:1' ' Ati . wk., ' . K' ,R ff' . . L., rf r fi I .iv N , .N If M. W. MORRIS, SN W. H. SIRMANS, JR., Sr J. R. PACHRCO, SN N. P. GAGNON, SN G. J. POPERNEK, SN J. L. MOCK, SN R. THORPR, SN C. Q. PULLON, SN ff vs . i . . 1 . 4 "' . 1.,,a Q... 51 K. ,. M. D. MORRISSETTE, SN R. A. ZIEGENFUSS, DK3 R. NOCELLA, SN W. J. LOFTIS, SN A '1 5 Z4 23 x 3, fe Q' . F . 1 I . '. - 21.1-Hvfms, 5,,gg3:1.xl"W PQ 1 ' ,, . C . ,Q - 1- ' ',:.Z5'i, f 4 1 ' .wif - ., , , , A , . . .',,,H3 1 N ,Q N ,ff ' ' v Q ,, fe . ' Q is 2 ... j.-3 5 . 0 in ' M ,S 3--4441 K4 A J -L ' J fi. ,A .mn 5- . Q ' ,, , .Q 1 , ,Q r, I L ale .1- 1' bl ,f "Palma, a sort of out- of-the-way liberty port, gave all of us, including our Com- manding Officer, the chance to getout on ourown, without concern for protocol. No hec- tic social events, norcomplex tours, nor pre- arranged rnili- tary responsibilities, the local inhabitants barely knew we were there. As afinalgoodby to our European cruise, it was quite fitting. From one and all, we bz'd Europe afond Goodbyf' . A , e". 'S -T ' A ' 4. rf ,. ,, ,..,i. , 'X I . 'Anil- 51' if-N' I f ' 9 ',,- lfwf-rw . '-' .- . 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