Annapolis (AGMR 1) - Naval Cruise Book

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W AEN ww! Mm x -X gk Q: S . X, awww ww A vw' x '9 S X .mwkw Fw , ..H1'?S ,MQ new f xw ww 'ww 7,6 , f Z , f MZ 1 R Z 4 f Z M 4 Z 7 4 ? I 4 Z f f 4 5 Z I Z '4 N 5 S Q 5 S h w 1. Q Q 2 FY S H I r l x S li V1 Z 'i yW4 ,V M ,W M 4 l CAPTAIN NENIZY BRESS USN QOIIIINNVINQ 0 mv. - Z5 APRIL 1966 0 9 JAN 196 ' CAPTAIN BRESS WAS BORN IN NORFOLK, VIRGINIA, SEPTEMBER 28, 1920. HE ATTENDED THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF THAT CITY UNTIL HIS ENTRANCE AT THE U S NAVAL ACADEMY. HE GRADUATED IN THE CLASS OF 1942. ENSIGN BRESS WAS ASSIGNED TO THE COMMISSIONING DETAIL OF THE USS DENVER CCL-581. AS ASSISTANT NAVIGATOR AND AA DIRECTOR OFFICER, HE PARTICIPATED IN THE SOUTH PACIFIC OPERATIONS, INCLUDING THE SOLOMON ISLANDS CAMPAIGN. UPON COMPLETION OF SUBMARINE TRAINING, HE REPORTED TO THE USS TUNNY ISS-2.81J. HE SERVED ABOARD TUNNY AND USS TIGRONE ISS-419, IN PATROLS OFF THE RYUKJU ISLANDS AND JAPAN. FOLLOWING WORLD WAR II, HE PARTICIPATED IN OPERATION CROSSROADS, THE ATOMIC TESTS AT BIKINI ATOLL. HIS DUTY STATIONS THEN INCLUDED THE USS SKIPJACK CSS-1821, USS FINBACK ISS-230, AND USS FLYING FISH CSS-2293. FROM SEPTEMBER 1949 TO JUNE 1951, HE SERVED AS ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF NAVAL SCIENCE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA. HE RETURNED TO SEA AS THE OPERATIONS OFFICER OF THE USS POCONO CAGC-161, BEING TRANSFERRED TO THE USS REQUIN QSSR-4815, A RADAR PICKET SUBMARINE, AS HER COMMANDING OFFICER. DURING THIS PERIOD USS REQUIN OPERATED WITH THE US ATLANTIC AND SIXTH FLEETS. DURING THE PERIOD JULY 1956 TO APRIL 1959 HE WAS ASSIGNED TO THE OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS ON THE STAFF OF THE DEPUTY CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS IFLEET OPERATIONS AND READINESS7. HIS NEXT DUTY WAS AS OPERATIONS OFFICER OF THE SIXTH FLEET FLAGSHIP, USS DES MOINES ICA-134,. HE THEN WENT TO USS BRISTOL IDD-857, AS HER COMMANDING OFFICER. DURING THIS TOUR, BRISTOL CONDUCTED A MERCY MISSION TO BRITISH HONDURAS WHICH HAD BEEN DEVASTATED BY A HURRICANE. IN 1962, CAPTAIN BRESS REPORTED TO THE OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS FOR DUTY ON THE STAFF OF THE DIRECTOR OF NAVAL COMMUNICATIONS IN 1964, HE TOOK COMMAND OF THE NAVY RADIO FREQUENCY SPECTRUM ACTIVITY WITH ADDITIONAL DUTY ON THE STAFF OF THE CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS. IN 1965, HE WAS ASSIGNED AS SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO THE DIRECTOR, COMMAND, CONTROL AND ELECTRONICS DIVISION OF THE OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS, WHERE HE SERVED UNTIL APRIL 1966. FOR DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AND CONTRIBUTIONS IN THE FIELD OF ELECTRO- MAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY, CAPTAIN BRESS HAS BEEN AWARDED THE LEGION OF MERIT. CAPTAIN BRESS IS MARRIED TO THE FORMER RUTH ANN KLOTZ OF FREDRICKSBURG, VIRGINIA. THEY HAVE TWO DAUGHTERS, TONI LEE, 19, AND LOU ANN, 16. MRS- BRESS AND DAUGHTERS RESIDE IN CHEVY CHASE, MARYLAND WHILE CAPTAIN BRESS IS DEPLOYED. O O Wx , . 2 5 1 ,bl f 1 5 A 1 1 1 9 ..e 4, A Y 3 3 3 1 5 - 5 i r ,fy . 2 w Q .,, I . 1 ff , J fi X N z we ,N E W -"' Q , N- wwgff 44 I 1 f N. . AQ 'L 1 :'EF:i..'1'!3- xmv ,- - KX! ' 1 V .5N'N""""" K , 3? gf? . iH ,,..., t., Q,.?,..3 vET in E ,473 "' X ' CAYTAIN WILLIAM E CJSJSYEIZ . KOMMAN ING' orfycez R' tm ., I , 4 S3310 3' iz W ,..-I Mr I L - ' .,- iff. CAPTAIN WILLIAM F. CASPER, OF ROSELLE PARK, N.J., BEGAN HIS NAVAL I CAREER AS A QUARTERMASTER IN 1942. AFTER A YEAR AND A HALF IN THAT RATE, HE WAS SELECTED FOR NAVY SPONSORED UNIVERSITY TRAINING. IN 1946, CAPTAIN CASPER WAS GRADUATED FROM YALE UNIVERSITY AND WAS COMMISSIONED IN THE RANK OF ENSIGN FOLLOWING THE SECOND WORLD WAR, CAPTAIN CASPER WAS ON INACTIVE DUTY UNTIL THE KOREAN CONFLICT BROKE OUT HE THEN SERVED IN SEVERAL DESTROYER AND DESTROYER DIVISION STAFF BILLETS IN TASK FORCE 77 FOLLOWING KOREA, CAPTAIN CASPER STUDIED COMMAND COMMUNICATIONS AT THE U S NAVAL POST GRADUATE SCHOOL, MONTEREY, CALIFORNIA CAPTAIN CASPER REPORTED ABOARD USS PETERSON IDE 1521 FOR DUTY AS EXECUTIVE OFFICER IN 1956 TWO YEARS LATER HE ATTENDED THE COMMAND AND STAFF COURSE AT THE NAVAL WAR COI.I..EGE AT NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND AND IN 1960, HE ASSUMED HIS FIRST COMMAND, USS TOM GREEN COUNTY CI..ST 1159, HOME PORTED IN YOKOSUKA, JAPAN AFTER TWO YEARS IN TOM GREEN COUNTY, CAPTAIN CASPER SERVED IN SEVERAL BILLETS IN THE WASHINGTON AREA, INCLUDING DUTY WITH THE NAVAL COMMUNICATIONS STATION, WASHINGTON, THE OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS, AND THE DEFENSE COMMUNICATIONS ENGINEERING OFFICEr MOST RECENTLY, CAPTAIN CASPER HAS SERVED AS COMMANDING OFFICER, USS GEORGE K MACKENZIE IDD 836, l HE ASSUMED COMMAND OF USS ANNAPOLIS IAGMR-IJ ON 9 JANUARY 1967. ,, 1 -7 1 9 x 1 5 'N f - r "3 'Y 3 I -. f i hi G 1 'r 4 ,l w ....A..n."7!g1 r 1 1 ' r 'mf r Q x 2 i i 1 Q x 5 3 f 1 v i E i 1 3? .. 5: 5. 11 1 W f i as li ii EQ 1 E s 2 vt lg 2: 4? gh gl 3 15 3 5 if Q 11 i U I 3 ! , 4 I 1 2 ! 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IN NOVEMBER 1955 COMMANDER WILSON WAS ORDERED TO THE USS LEXINGTON CCVANIGJ TO SERVE INITIALLY AS WA TCH AND RIRST DIVISION OEEIOER AND SUESEQUENTLY AS THE COMMUNICATIONS TRAEEIC OEEICER. WHILE SERVING IN LEXINGTON HE AUGMENTED INTO THE REGULAR NAVY. g '- S EROM JULY 1957 TO JUNE 1958, COMMANDER WILSON ATTENDED THE UNITED ' STATES NA vv ROSTGRADUA TE SCHOOL AI- MONTEREY, CAL IEORNIA, IN THE GENERAL LINE CURRICULUM. ON COMRLETION OE GENERAL LINE SCHOOL, HE WAS SENT TO SHORE DUTY IN ERANCE AS MSTS RERRESENTA TIVE, EORDEAUX. IN AUGUST 1960 HE WAS ASSIGNED AS COMMUNICATIONS ORRICER ON THE STARR OE COMCRUDIV ROUR WHICH WAS LA TER TO EECOME COMCRUDESELOT TEN. EOLLOWING THAT TOUR, IN NOVEMBER 1952, COMMANDER WILSON WAS DETAILED TO THE STARR OE CINCRAC AS OEEICER IN CHARGE g OE THE COMMUNICATIONS BRANCH WHERE HE SERVED UNTIL MAY OE 1966'- s T COMMANDER WILSON WAS ASSIGNED To THE USS ANNAROLIS CAGMREIJ AND RERORTED IN JUNE 1966 TO ASSUME THE DUTIES OE EXECUTIVE OEEICER. xx -I v WHILE ON THE STARR OE CINCRAC, COMMANDER WILSON WAS AWARDED THE JOINT SERVICE COMMENDATION MEDAL EOR HIS EEEORTS IN THE AUTOMATION OE CERTAIN COMMUNICATIONS EUNCTIONS. CDR WILSON ALSO WEARS THE NATIONAL DEEENSE MEDAL WITH STAR, KOREAN SERVICE MEDAL WITH S VIET NAM SERVICE MEDAL, UNITED NATIONS SERVICE MEDAL, KO RRESIDENTIAL UNIT CITATION, AND THE RERLIEL IC OE VIETN CAMRAIGN MEDAL- HE IS MARRIED TO THE EORMER MISS EVEL YN MRS. WILSON AND THEIR SON JOE CURRE DAKOTA. Q M NT 5 L TAR REA AM N SERVICE OTT OP COL LY RESIDE I 5 is ER MESNEIL. TEXAS- N MINOT, NORTH s x X X IVE OPFICEK UT O fx 4 Q f f S nr 1 5 'J l Y? , I an-1 K ' x gg S . IhfUES2PK?U'?ii.aEl-QHFEEQ 'rw ANT' N A Auz r . 53356 XX QX , gg. f , 1-.-2.2:-5' HIBTOIZY OF U53 ANNAPOLIS C ASME - 1 I 1.4 :W-. N . ,. .A T-.- .g,. 1 9 THE DECISION TO GIVE THE NAME ANNAPOLIS TO THE NAVYIS FIRST COMMUNICATIONS f. Q 5,1 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 fax CITY OF ANNAPOLIS COMMEMORATES THE ESTABLISHMENT OF ONE OF THE NAVYIS FIRST '-if ' :- if 3, IIWIRELESSII STATIONS THERE IN 1902. IN ADDITION, ANNAPOLIS TODAY IS THE SITE OF 'Wi THE NAVYIS OLDEST EXISTING RADIO STATION WHICH IS CURRENTLY PROVIDING THE Fr:-:-' -":f:1:-25: TRANSMITTER FACILITIES FOR THE NAVAL COMMUNICATIONS STATION IN WASHINGTON, D.C. THE AGMR-1 IS THE THIRD SHIP TO BEAR THE NAME ANNAPOLIS. THE FIRST ANNAPOLIS 215115- . -4' . zgigzg. WAS A GUN BOAT COMMISSIONED IN 1895 WHICH SERVED WITH DISTINCTION IN THE 199' - SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR AND LATER WITH THE ASIATIC FLEET, AS A TRAINING SHIP AT 'Z THE NAVAL ACADEMY, AND ON PATROL IN MEXICO AND CENTRAL AMERICAN WATERS BEFORE ' BEING DECOMMISSIONED IN 1919. TVHE SECOND ANNAPOLIS WAS A PATROL FRIGATE, ' -arg, COMMISSIONED IN DECEMBER, 1944, WHICH SERVED AS A CONVOY ESCORT SHIP MAKING CONVOY RUNS TO ALGERIA AND LATER BEING ATTACHED TO THE PACIFIC FLEET WHERE SHE WAS DECOMMISSIONED IN 1946 AND SOLD TO MEXICO. -S-'IIE HISTORY OF THE PRESENT ANNAPOLIS BEGAN IN AUGUST OF 1962 WHEN THE DECOMMIS- -1 ONED ESCORT AIRCRAFT CARRIER, USS GILBERT ISLANDS CCVE-107, WAS TOWED FROM It '11 x5'?:5'f:. HER BERTH AT BAYONNE, NEW JERSEY TO THE NEW YORK NAVAL SHIPYARD FOR CONVERSION ,Q TO THE AGMR-1. AS A CVE SHE HAD SEEN ACTION IN THE PACIFIC DURING THE OKINAWA- A I-lR.'43'72f ' fi GUNTO OPERATION AND AUSTRALIAN OPERATIONS IN BORNEO. NOW, THE 19 YEAR OLD SHIP ,,,, WAS TO BE CONVERTED AND RECOMMISSIONED TO FULFILL A VITAL COMMUNICATION NEED OF THE NAVY-S OPERATING FORCES. ff USS ANNAPOLIS CAGMR-IJ, AUXILIARY GENERAL MAJOR RELAY, NUMBER ONE, IS A SHIP iEixSl.N5RDETlOq ill?-IIQIG NAVAL COMMUNICATIONS TO ANY NAVAL UNIT ASHORE OR AFLOAT, WHEN AND WHERE IYOIZLEESIITH SPEEDIAND ACCURACY: TO PROVIDE A VOICE FOR COMMAND DED. WITH SPECIALLY DESIGNED ANT ON HER FLIGHT DECK THE LATEST IN CO ENNA SYSTEMS CONSTRUCTED C I MPLEx COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT IN HER NEWLY- ONSTRUCTED COMMUNWATIONS SPACES, CAPACIOUS FUEL TANKS AND WHAT IS MOST IMPORTANT, HER SMOOTHLY FUNCTIO ' " NING AND WELL TRAINED CREW OF 700 ANNAPOLIS IS CAPAB'-E OF OPERATING FOR PROTRACTED PERIODS OF TIME IN REMOTE CCJRNERS OF THE WORLDIS OCEANS AUGMENTING ExISTI EXTENDING ESSEIQITIAL NAVAL COMMUNTSA?-lIlC?Slls:VN:ygJNICATION FACILITIES, TEMPORARILY A S IN AREAS WHERE THEY MIGHT HAVE BEEN I I,- LOST OR WHERE THEY MAY NEVER HAVE EXISTED, 'I HER TASKS: TO PROVIDE FLEET BRO ADCASTS - .4 CIRCUITS FOR SHIP TO SHIP AND SHIP TO SHO'RQNg-ER AREA RELAY CIRCUITS AND RELAY COMMUNICATIONS STATION ABLE To MMUNICATIONS. SHE IS A FLOATING DEPENDING UPON THE WHIIVIS OF RELUi:TI-AAxN1r?EYOND THE REACH OF HOSTILE POWERS' NOT ' ' 'I-IIN,-N225 WHEREVER A SMF, CAN GO AND CAPA A'-'-IES. CARRYING VITAL COMMUNICATIONS TRANSMITTE-'RS' AS HER MOT-ro STI?-ll:El?SOFgl-IFEACHING ANY I-AND AREA WITH HER POWERFUL THE SEAN AND THE VOICE FROM THE SEA' TIEIEIS TRULY IIVOX MARIS.I, THE IIVOICE OF , UNITED STATES SEAPOWER. ' VCHCE OF NAVAL COMMAND, THE SOUND OF N2 -:-13: :-:-gig wx:- -X:-.K 6 N H :Nw , -1f+1:1f122"" " , M - ' . - I ' - v zig f 'NW-'X I. X SK2 W. H. TEMPLE EM2 D. E. WILLIAMS RM2 D. C. WOLFE YN3 B. R. MURPHY W K CS2 S. W. HAND YN2 M. E. MANOWSKI GMG2 J. A. RUSHBROOK PN2 M. S. SARMIENTO 'iw Z SN H. J. BROWN SN G. C. BYWATERS SN A. J. DEWEY SN T. E. GOULD a fZ YN3 D. G. MOOSE YN3 H. M. NELSON PN3 G. E. ROE SN W. D. BRODERSON ,fp C1 I f S S 2 I wo-1 J. I.. RussEl.l. LT R W HARPER ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT ' ' ' CHAPLA IN ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION THE ADMINISTRATION DIVISION, INCLUDING THE CHIEF MASTER-AT-ARMS, IS I RESPONSIBLE FOR CARRYING OUT THE ADMINISTRATIVE FUNCTIONS OF THE COMMAND. THIS INVOLVES MAINTAINING SERVICE RECORDS OF 42 OFFICERS AND 724 ENLISTED PERSONNELQ OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF MATERIAL USED IN CONNECTION THEREWITH: AN EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM THAT OFFERS USAFI COURSES, OFFICERS AND ENLISTED CORRESPONDENCE COURSES AND OTHER MATTERS OF AN ESSEENTIALLY PROFESSIONAL NATURE: THE ADMINISTRATION AND ACCOUNTABILITY OF SHIP'S CORRESPONDENCE, DIRECTIVES AND PREPARATION OF THE CAPTAIN'S PERSONAL CORRESPONDENCE: THE SHIP'S POST OFFICE PROCESSING ALL OUT GOING AND INCOMING MAIL. THE CHAPLAIN PROVIDES RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES AND INSTRUCTION FOR THE OFFICERS AND CREW. I 4' f XX ,f X f .L I I 9 , QW gy I ff ' I 'Jyfffg my - fg' iff "1 W , ' ff I 71 f 1 f + WV 4 s ,M w W ,af ff X fe 46 , I YNC A. M. SIVERLY EMC R. E. CROCK PCI A. E. NORTH INGTON PNI R. D. GREENLEE E' 1 2 4 i ii' ,A . SN SN SN 1 SN HOUSE LAWLOR LARSON L.OR ISO W. M. MARKELL J. A. MORTON S. R. POWERS S. l.. PRICE Z "NEITHER RAIN NOR sNow.,,v- 1 SN R. T. wARn, JR, SN D. L.. WERNER SN Do Ro LANIBERTH M ,, 7 .2 - ,.f"ff5' ri A " 1 QL? 1 H? , 5 QI, ., S4 .J 3?'f'51x ' 'QR x Ne. .3,.Qgsga-,,. f QNI2 R. W. GILBERT SM2 V. A. PACE RD2 G. C. TONILINSON SIVI3 J. L. GRAY 1 wear. ' SMSN SN T. QMSN RDSN COWEE E RICKSON H IGG IN S KACKLEY 'Z 1 SMC W. PAGE QNI1 C. D. DALE RD1 J. G. HANLON SM2 M. J. FULKERSON 1131111- RD3 R. D. HUNNICUTT SM3 S. P. PARISI RDSN L. A. ALEXANDER SN G. L. BROGAN ,,--- 5 f cj! W FISK LCDR D. A. GROSSMAN LCDR H. Q NAV IGATOR OPERATIONS OFFICER OPERATIONS -" NAVIGATION DEPARTMENT THE OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT CONSISTS OF THE RADARMAN, SIGNALMAN, AND QUARTERMASTER RATES. THE RADARMEN OPERATE THE SHIP'S SURFACE SEARCH RADAR AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT IN ORDER TO DETECT, TRACK, REPORT, AND EVALUATE SURFACE AND AIR CONTACTS. THEY ALSO ASSIST IN RADAR NAVIGATION. THE SIGNALMEN PERFORM VARIOUS DUTIES ASSOCIATED WITH VISUAL SIGNALING, WHICH INCLUDES: FLASHING LIGHT, FLAGHOIST, AND SEMAPHORE. THE QUARTER- MASTER ASSIST IN THE SAME NAVIGATION OF THE SHIP BY PERFORMING NAVIGATIONAL DUTIES. THEY ARE ALSO RESPONSIBLE FOR STEERING THE SHIP IN CONFINED WATERS, AND FURTHER MAINTAIN A COMPLETE AND ACCURATE LOG OF ALL EVENTS WHICH PERTAIN TO THE SHIP, LT CIC oFF1cER JG H. v. YOUNGIVIEYER ENS S. TILDEN ,..nrfD N "CONTACT BEARING 09077 U.. . I Q H A n c 0 A ' ' N ' :L. A Q.. ' 'Q 1 ?- 'E 1 5 'Iss' "SKlVVIE WAVERV' ll suN-SHOT SAME D IISIGHTE N f V if I I . : - :N ' +,, W Q01 "WHERE ARE WE? H "HERE WE AREI1. ,Af J. 5 RDSN J. C. WELDER RDSN J. A. MICHNO RDSN E. G. MOLNAR SN SMSN B. L.. NICHOLS M. W. MURPHREY -Q..-ff' z E.,- . wx W AS , , ATX I 5 ' ff , "WANNA BET? ll . ,. v . V -- yr., bi, .ff M :dig F B 'I' A 1 Y' "l.OOK MA - 2 RIGHT HANDS" HM3 R. A. PALMER HM3 J. F. SILVIA HN M. D. WOFFORD SA W. E. BEHLING READY FOR X-RAY READING - 3 TL , X 144 l.cDR D. C. BUCKIS LT D. AUERBACH OFFICER MEDICAL OFFICER DENTAL MEDICAL AND VENIAE VEPNZIMENVE H AND D DIVISIONS ARE RESPO HEALTH OF PERSONNEL ABOARD. THEIR WORK MAINLY CONSISTS OF PR EVENTIVE MEDICINE, SANITATION AND TREATMENTEOF THE COMMON MEDICAL AND DENTAL PROBLEMS WHICH ARISE AFLOAT. NSIBLE FOR THE DENTAL, PHYSICAL AND MENTAL I f., I IEIHZ HMC J. E. WRAY DT2 D. N. DUNN DT2 H. L. WILLIAMS HM3 R. N. HATT Q x , ,,., - I D Q M O-ESNIT HUF? MUCH!!! A ff ff wt SYCK CAL-nbxx -nghs ITIS LOOKINJ BAC K AT ME!!! as Xi, -9 '- 'Qu 1" X X X x .u 1.1 4 X X X X X XQFX X X X X XX X X X X X X X Q X X X X XX XXX X XXX , XX XQX X XXXX X X X XXEX XX X ' X X XX XX , XX XX X X XX XXX X X' XXX XX X XX XX XX X X X XXX XXX XX X X 1 ,X X XX XX X X X XXX XXX XXXX XX XX XX X X XXXX XX XXX' XXX XXX X X X XX XXXX XXXX Q X ' ,, X , XX X 1X X f XX XXXXXXXXXXX X X XXX :XX XX v XX X XX X XXX , X X ' X z X f' X XXX XXXX XX i XX XX XXQX' XX f X . 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FIRST DIVISION ALSO UTILIZES PERSONNEL IN MANNING GUN MOUNTS, UNDERWAY WATCHES AND IN-PORT DECK DUTIES. I K A R f LTJG P. K. SELDEN SECOND DIVISION OFFICER I f Jffffs SA J. W. CAMPBELL SN H. E. DANFORD SN J. R. EARLEY SN D. T. FERRY SECOND DIVISION S l I a f 'ap a, 0 I a I r 'v 0 SECOND DIVISION HAS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF MAINTAINING ALL DECK PRESERVATION AND UPKEEP OF THE ANNAPOLIS BOATS, PROVIDING BOATS CREWS FOR THE CAPTAINIS GIG, OFFICERS MOTOR BOAT AND UTILITY BOATS, THE SCHEDULING OF BOATS FOR OFFICIAL, RECREATION AND LIBERTY PURPOSES. PERSONNEL MAINTAIN THE DECK UPKEEP OF BOATS WHILE AT SEA, AND PROVIDE PERSONNEL FOR FLIGHT QUARTERS, LIFEBOAT AND LOOKOUT WATCHES DURING SEA PERIODS. SECOND DIVISION IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE UPKEEP AND DECK MAINT- ENANCE OF THE FORWARD PORT AND STARBOARD ' SPONSONS, CATWALK AND DECK SUPERSTRUCTURES, AND ASSISTS IN ALL REPLENISHMENT EXECUTIONS. BM2 R. H. HIRTH BM3 G. GONZALES SN R. E. BENDIG SN G. R. BRUMMETT R. A. RADEL J. S. RANKIN A. J. REED J. A. SIMPSON SN M. R. JOSEPH SN F. LESTER SN N. MILLER SA C. L. POWERS - EE, 1' i s H I v I R l i I i n I k I l I 3 SN S. L. WATTS SN R. D. WEAVER SN J. P. WILKERSON SN O. C. WILLIAMS 14,1111 z 1 I' . vi' .5 win , ,K XE lx KN M I' lv X . 5 ' p l..- ,. , fy QIIISCJWANN I4 3 G JV' ' : IM 1 f' ko A M X RIZGEU ff' h5,,w, S X 29 Z f ENS R. J. MCATEER THIRD DIVISION OFFICER IIIIIZI7 DIVISION THE PRIMARY FUNCTION OF THIRD DIVISION IS TO CARRY OUT THOSE PHASES OF DECK SEAMANSHIP SUCH AS MOORING, REPLENISHMENT AT SEA, CARGO HANDLING, THAT MAY BE ASSIGNED TO IT. MORE SPECIFICALLY, THIRD DIVISION IS RESPON- SIBLE FOR VARIOUS EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL SPACES OF THE SHIP. IT IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ANTENNA DECK, HULL STRUCTURE CATWALKS, ACCOMMODATION LADDERS, BOAT BOOMS, AND THE AFTER PORT AND STARBOARD IQUARTERDECKJ SPONSONS. THIRD DIVISION IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CLEANING, MAINTENANCE, AND PRESERVATION OF SUCH INTERNAL SPACES AS THE TRASH BURNER ROOM, REEL ROOM, AND VARIOUS BELOW-DECK PASSAGEWAYS. THIRD DIVISION PERSONNEL HELP MAN THE GUN MOUNTS DURING GQ, STAND UNDERWAY LOOKOUT, HELM, AND LEE HELM WATCHES, AND SUPPLY BOATSWAIN'S MATES FOR BOTH UNDERWAY AND IN-PORT WATCHES. .M J SN M. I.. ARMENTA SA J. B. BAG-wEl.l. SA R. D. BALDWIN SA D. R. BARN:-:ART fn BMI R. E. JOHNSON BM3 J. R. HALLMAN BM3 C. HOLBERT BM3 J. C. PARMETER A Z W Riff n1,l,11u.l ll 1 AJ! ,-' MILLER OLIVER 'Q PASQUALETT I PONKE . . FLOWERS , SN C. E. HOWARD SA D. G. JACKSON XX SN J. C. NIENARD 2 -mlli J , I f x -,f -nm, SN H, C, OWEN SN G, L, THOMPSON SN Nl. Jo YOUNG .,.,,f..- ...,,.. vi 1 ,,gg,.:'S - s ,lx X f inn X 'Q ' I Hun I . i 1. SN G. 1.. RODNEY SA 1.. R. Sc:-:RAMM SN c. c. SHRINER ' SN G. D. STEEG -2 4 if 'wi 51? ' Q X A ff' 165 Ut fllfl I SN R. J. WHITE SA S. H. WOLF SN B. J. WOODS "STAND BY FOR BOLD" ll HEAVE AROUND. . ." IIUNDERWAY REPLENISHMENTU fu.-1'-W A I .. ww, , ,f- .A SN H. R. DAY SN B. D. FOSTER SN P. C. GERIGHTY SA R. E. LANDON 4 ,.J'P' SA S. B. BARTELS SN G. M. CHAPMAN SN W. H. CUL.l..EY SN D. G. DAVIS s,mIl" R. W. SKINNER W. D. THOMPSON S. D. THORTON M. E. WESTMORELAND ,f naman: ,J SA J. J. LEWIS SN M. J. MCGRATH SA G. E. NEMITZ SN J. V. SEANEZ s' .2 .ka V -+- lluuln A i1f H ln, Xl SN J. E. BANNING FTGSN B. E. BARBER SN S. J. BERKEBILE SN R. W. BUTTS SN A. J. CASCHETTA FTGSN P. D. HAMPTON GMGSN C. R. JENSEN SN S. T. L.lNGG KX 2 L, MMM!! 5 f K f'7'x fff f MW N GMGSN s. G. suvloNsoN 0 X ul I x N fyfffffffo jk? ., fffffyh X N X , AM ,, -.ff I -9 fffvflffnf . l My M J i f -. I X ' . :XM -l I X fx M WW xx 'N X lf., GMGSN F. IVI. LONG SN T. B. L.UPTON FTGSN J. Nl. IVICGINNIS FTGSN N. H. NICGRATH if-IV' 5 E 1.'r.1G R. v. STEPHENS GUNNERY OFFICER CREPORTING, LTJG E. H. WOODFORD FOX DIVISION GUNNERY OFFICER CDEPARTING, FOX DIVISION IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE OPERATION, CARE AND MAIN- TENANCE OF THE FOUR 3"!50 CALIBER, RAPID FIRE TWIN MOUNTS, THE NTROL FIRE CONTROL EQUIPMENT INCLUDING GUNS, GUN DIRECTORS, FIRE CO RADAR AND CONTROL. SYSTEMS AND EQUIPMENT, THE SUPERVISION AND PROCUREMENT, HANDLING, STOWAGE, ACCOUNTABILITY AND ISSUE OF AMMUNITION, SMALL ARMS AND PYROTECHNICS, AND CONDUCT PERIODIC INSPECTIONS OF MAGAZINES AND SPRINKLING SYSTEMS. FOX DIVISION PERSONNEL PROVIDE PERSONNEL FOR EMERGENCY STEERING HELMSMAN AND GUN MOUNT WATCHES FTG1 R. E. DUTTON GMG1 J. W. SIN' FTG3 W. R. EVANS GMG3 B. J. l.l1.ES MoNs J sg I1 S i . 5 U Q I f f I 1 , I I 5 i 1 I J I e 1 1 V I, 1 I .r' ji I In I !I fu lr I , x ,ff ,cw ff' MW W! ,,,, , , ,, X 1 N, , ,M a ' Q f f A 17 f W ff my fw ,ff 3 f if !! 'N' c Lx f N Q. , '! ' 2 ,W W , ,f ' , f ,QE ,M f i QW ,W ,V ,f ,fgyf x Q WZ' f f M X 11 K , ,,, f f V i'f'x f , . X ,f yf , , ,r f MMM Y , f , fx' :af , W , f , SSL ? .dz :A f 'GE , ,,f""MM i ,ff .fwfr -f::3 ,, l , A, .--i X . ,122 K J Wvnmvzfw 1 x - XM wx XX w ,W ,JVM ' A-avmzwmx vfptzw-v,,,,..M4 1 ,T "W',7X W' ' ' W W- , 1,-.,--.. W ,...v...V, .-.... YEL- . --Y , Y .,.- -v 7:1 W, ,.,,.,7,...i -- .HW ., Y-4LL.-..,., . .,, 4 -,,, , L, L MN IX X xx? KQI MP Sf 9 if Y P ZEEP X TQ! ENS D. W. GRULKE FAC CONTROL OFFICER RMCS C. L. CUIVIIVIINGS RIVI1 RNI1 RIVI1 RIVI1 W, ww M, ,- RNICM D. PATTERSON RNICS B. L. CLAY RMC R. I... DEYOUNG ETC W. W. WALKER K. R. ADIVIIRE R. BRASSEUR J. DETWELLER T. G. KNOWLES 322 I, I K LCDR P. J. SCHEIDT COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER LT A. H. KERNS TRAFFIC AND CIRCUITS OFFICER COMMUNICATIONS VEPAIZTMENT FT I-3 II- I LT D. W. HORNER TRAFFIC CONTROL OFFICER OO DIVISION CC DIVISION IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF RELIABLE COMMUNICATIONS BETWEEN THE ANNAPOLI5 AND VARIOUS SHIP AND SHORE COIvIIvIANDS. THERE ARE THREE SEPARATE SECTIONS? TRANSNIITTERS, WHICH SELECT THE PROPER TRANSNIITTERS AND OTHER EQUIPMENT USED TO BROADCAST FROM THE SHIP: RECEIVERSI WHICH SELECTS PROPER FREQUENCIES, EQUIPMENT AND RECEIVERS TO BE USED IN RECEIVING TRANSNIISSIONS TO THE ANNAPOI-15 AND CONTROL, WHICH IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE OVERALL COORDINATION AND CIRCUIT RELIABILITY OF THE SHIP- IN ADDITION, THERE IS A SPECIAL PROJECTS SECTION THAT EVALUATES NEW INSTALLATIONS AS THE SATELLITE COM' E MUNICATION TERMINAL WHICH IS OPERATIONAL ABOARD TH ANNAPOLIS. I ff I I I I I E, I ,Ig RM3 J S KERR ETN3F H M NESTLER RM3 J D PINKERTON RNISN M T BROWN 1 g ANNAIS BUNNY CLUB -M ag K ' Q RM2 T. E. BOES RNIZ A. BROWNSTEIN RM2 W. F. CODY RM2 D. E. KLINE EX X 1 , Y X 71 42' Cp, .Q-im' M y . A RMI A. w. lvlul.L.lNs S 'xuxm' S J J .4 RM1 s. R. NEWGENT EX X- fx , , ,, X X X , ,xix X, ,,V,,. . T . TM xx" X , -5 Mfr X X 'W ,Q RNl1'L D REED N BQ E:'rRz c A ANFORA 7 Z I Lx Mffx RM3 W. H. DENNISON CYN3 C. D. DURONSO RM3 R. C. FRANTZEN RM3 J. J. KELLY , , , f ' lx lm RNI2 J. L. LEWIS RNIZ D. E. RUFF RIVIZ D. F. SEALEY RNI2 T. A. VIGUE 'fha ETC O. T. 'SHEARER ETI J. W. BEAI. RMI H. D. BOTT RMI J. E. BURGE CE DIVISION IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE OF THE VAST AMOUNT OF TECHNICAL. EQUIPMENT USED BY THE COMMUNICATIONS CONDUCTS REGULAR DEPARTMENT AND OTHER SHIPIS DEPARTMENTS. IT PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE PROGRAMS ON ALI. EQUIPMENT REPAIRS ANY I EQUIPMENT WHICH MAY HAVE A FAILURE, AND ASSISTS OTHER SHIPS IN TRAINING PERSONNEL. TO DO REPAIR WORK AS WEL.I. AS GIVE THEM TECH- NICAI. ASSISTANCE WHEN NECESSARY. M.. ET1 RMI RMI RM2. F INL.EY RM1c.c. RMIIK R.HABERMAN DSINL D.HAzzARD RM1l S.LANGSTON R.LE GRAND L.PATTERSON E.sHARP L.ABBOTT mlMHh -' vii?" UIIIIUISBS I lg LT C. D. JONES LT N. G. LOOPER ELECTRONICS OFFICER ASSISTANT ELECTRONICS OFFICER Cff CE DIVISION wo-1 T. F. Hu.l. ' ELECTRONICS OFFICER WO" D' A- GRHVIES TERMINAL SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE OFFICER 2 ,p ETN2 J. H. sc:-IREIBER ETN2 E. THORNE, JR, ETN2 J. M. TRDJA ETN3 D. R. ALLISON ,I V,-rv ,W f- is: 1 M, 3. lalmrsng Dsa D. I. FETTERS ETN3 R. Q. Hlx, JR. ETN3 N. J. KOUBA ETN3 R. MARTIN, ul Q., 1 I i f mf! ETN3 G. A ETN3 ETR3 J. ETN3 C. J. sf, fi 3 I D. ANGEL R. BARNUM BOLOGNESE N. D'ANNA, if 1 ' V .. -.Nail Iwi- lil l I I, I w 1113111 I l ETN3 ETN3 ETR3 ETN3 s. R. oEs'rRElcH M. D. sANDERsoN M. L. SILICKI, JR. G. L.. THOMPSON i ARR.. RM2 D. E. HEISER ETN2 J. A. HOLCEPL. ETN2 J. S. HUDACK ETR2 R. J. KEGLOVITS ETR2 A. E. MURPHY ETN2. H. E. NELSON RM2 J. J. RATZLAFF ETN2 J. V. SCHEMBRE ETN2 W. L. ANDERSON ETN2 J. K. CAL.L.AHAN ETN2 A. CORONADO ETN2 B. A. EVERITT -Fi ' f 7 A- f f, f ,X f A S IW' f I .,-,f 1 Mm., ETR2. D. E. LEGGETT ETN2. S. IVIACKELPRANG ETN2. C. E. MASON RIVIZ J. IVIAZZOCCOLI L J Ili! R 5 I I V i i r L1 4. -WF 4 El if w ,phi r .X 5 .X U X M AWWWWW ' J 2 , .v- . , g a .4532 -f f wi: 'N :gin-,V I ff flag-wx ai C Q 1, wfigg. E f f? ff 4 i ' Aki' 11, fg -..,,,, I I.. 'QS'-4, Y ..,Li'?"'f Qj may X 1 4.1 'ing f ' 1- -- " ug,- fg, , LT T. F. BL.AKESL.EE L-I-JG B D CATON TRAFFIC OFFICER RPS CUSTODIAN CT DIVISION lu I l..TJG W. H. DIERKS , , RS L1-JG J W SAUNDE COMM ADMIN OFFICER RELAY OFFICER TRAINING OFFICER if ' ' N S is. f , . XX M X x 1. , -02, X Y S X fi Q S ' 5 f' f X I - , X x, -X 5 ,fl Q , X Iii 7 li. ff ' , f X 1 f S ',N s lillllllll v 1 I 2 Q X -A ETN3 R. R. WITZBERGER SN T. P. GEDEON CYNSN L.. F. SHAW ETNSN J. L... WITHERS QQ ,,,. fl? 533! Nr. 0 ,. 'f: .3k'Qw lv - fam M , ff' PM ll - l 1 'IH W "No irouble hen, must be at your end." nl r 1 i l 1 I 3 r 4 Y 4 1 I 1 I 1 I I 'c f 5 1 N A ILL 'K W" ,A 2. 1 cvus Ez. A. AAENG RM:-1 E. AcKl.E:v, Ill Rnvla G. J. CUNLIFFE, RM3 R. J. sRlJAu.vA RM2 D. C. NIABRY RM2 R. H. SNYDER RM2 H. L.. STONER RM2 R. THOMPSON --I my 1 ,f 2 CYN3 E. C. O'KEEFE RM3 H. E. ROBBINS RM3 D. T. TIMIC RM3 F. T. ZIFFER 9 f f lima: RM3 C. C. GROONIS RM3 R. LEBBAD RM3 K. D. LESSARD RM3 J. J. NIAURO CT DIVISION IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE RELIABLE AND TIMELY FLOW OF MESSAGES TO, FROM, AND BETWEEN OTHER SHIPS AND SHORE COMMANDS THE DIVISION IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE RUNNING OF THE MESSAGE CENTER, RELAY BROADCAST SERVICE CENTER, AND THE DEPARTMENT ADMINISTRATION DIVISION ALSO PROVIDES THE RITING UP AND DISTRIBUTING ALL MESS IMPORTANT FUNCTION OF W THE VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS WITHIN THE SHIP I I . I AND TRAINING SECTION. IN ADDITION, THE I I AGES FOR I , I I I I I I RMC D. P. RENFROW RMC D. w. WALKER RIvI1 R. w. KING RM2 J. R. ASHWORTH, II RM2 R. J. BURNS I RM2 D. c. CARROLL RIvI2 J. w. FENBERS RIvI2 R. w. FRASE. M1 ,, RM2 R- I. HoI.I.EIvIAN RM2 F- C. HUBBARD RNI2 J. M. LANDIS RNI2 w. J. I.ouE 'fl :wr I I I II I I I I I If I 'I I I I I I I I I I I , f 1 W2 W , f W 'f fx, New WXXQQN W X Wff NX k X xx f X Q X A X' 7 SN M. R. GONZALES RMSN D. KAMPF RMSN K. B. LAMUNYON RMSN G. E. MONROE Z. C, ' CYNSN G. BAYS CYNSN J. E. CASSIDY RMSN W. V. CICALA CYNSN A. O. ELDRIDGE RMSN J. A. THOMAS RMSN C. M. WAMSLEY SN J. E. NIBLOCK SN E. A. POIRIER CYNSN J. ROMAN RMSN S. L. SEARS T. 5 -X xox EQSQ sz X I .Q-nr: Q Q 1. i 2 I .NMQ Q--Nw 3 5 2 i S L 1 1 sy .,f,WWWWyWfw,M, ,, " wi ffmmgfc 1, , 7 , 4146536 X w Y W ,,,,,My,,Ji ,Mez i k N 'Xx x ' X f 2 x ff S 'S Q Q gx xx X A 5 Q Tw L X .V "L fff mf X -wmx X ff, ,ww 7 lgivjji' W, Z Q -,,y, ,,,,,1,,. ,, S.. , . l D 0 5 Q0 fn om I -un: .M -fg- asv'- 4 5 x l ff! ' 1 1 ' 4 ff jf f 0 Q I Mm hwyzy f W WWZZZZ' f Z f 2 Z Z ? 2 W., -'Aw N x ,ff mf ' ' 2 ,V 402 ', ' V , f nz ,775 1' , W , 'I QM ,Q '17 X , 4 2 -if fi f. '71 -ff ...- ...--m 1 Sf1,,,..,,""" 'T' IUHUWYT XZ -.S 'Swag xfvfr,-N N 'Jf L ! vNL b x. Q., I lg?" lVllVI2 P. V. LIPTAK MM2 R. A. SCHEFTNER MM2 W. C. WILSON EN3 S. L. LONG 1-...M .. ,....,.-L.,,-.. fm., M ,, ,, ., -, ,,,,f.. -ff-av-1:-""""""""Tf , .- WA, . ...,. ...Mm- ENI J T CRUZ MRI J L HILL IVIMI L R MOORE NIIVII G D REID ,,.-A W lVlNI3D L MOODY MM3W F REYNOLDS Iii ffl lld FN J. R. BAUIVI FN F. L. BOUYER FN S. C. BRINKERHOFF FN D, R. DOWNS lVllVl3 W. H. TEMPLIN FN M. L.. ANDRUS Wd" LCDR D. G. HAMILTON ENGINEER OFFICER LT M. D. GARRETT MAIN PROPULSION ASSISTANT ENGINEERING VEPAIZTMIENT I WO-1 L. V. POND DAMAGE CONTROL ASSISTANT L, AUXILIAIZY DIVISION FOR COOL AIR CONDITIONED COMF-'ARTMENTSa DIESELS FOR EMERGENCY POWER, FAST BOATS FOR LIBERTY PARTIES, STEAM FOR HOT CHOW, AND CLEAN LAUNDRY EVERY DAY. DONVT CUSS- PHONE US-WE NEVER CLOSE. ww W 'vi X 01 X X FN I.. WILLIAMS FN cz. I.. ZIMMERMAN FN G. B. FORGEON ENFN T. S. TURNBUI.l.. FN K. L.. WICKES FN R. B. WINEINGER MMC J. L.. FISH 39 S M pm If MMC L.. R. TAYLOR Nw w A S Ss. f, FA H. B. GLASS FN R. R. HARDTKE FA A. L. JODION FN L. A. LAIVIARQUE WJ ll IMI I I e ff f . W. BICK . A. CROSS . B. DEV ITT I fff " , f 1 X , 5 ,'A"i WW .1 FN K Q" 27 ' FN w FN W M DA w . D. DUNLAP ivmfn 2 FN G. L. PAUL BTFN J. L. PERSHO ' FN J. C. VASOPOLLO FN R. E. WEATHERLY S. A. LELAND W. R. LITTLE J. H. MORRALL A. A. PARZYCH f Z Quiz! 3.34 jx xi N H, A I . lsmn' I I H u I , I B1-CS E, V, WARFORD BTC D. 1.. D'OSTROPH BTC G. J. o'NE:n.L. YJOILEIZ VIVI SION "B" DIVISION IS RESPONSIBLE FOR OPERATING, MAINTAINING, INSPECTING AND TESTING AL.l. MARINE BOILERS ABOARD SHIP. THE MEN WORK IN THE FIREROOMS AND THE TEST LAB, AND EACH DOES HIS JOB TO PROVIDE PROPULSION AND AUXIL.L.IARY POWER FOR THE SHIP. """q BT2 F. l.. CRAWFORD BT2 C. R. IVICKNIGHT BT2 I.. E. RUARK BT2 A. NI. TANT BT3 J. R. BoL.AND BT3 s. CORDERO, JR. BT3 J. E. LONG FN J. W. ARMSTRONG I f :IEW ll. . N I um... n J,,,m . ,fl , H Q27 fig '- L, djs 1 i N, ' Il E WW .5 S ' X t 9 - 'O 1 ,. 1 4, , . O gn 'Q N f 44 r ff 2' Efii all 1' H X EM3 F. G. HEFFLEY ENl3 N. V. JOYE IC3 J. L. ROIVIO EIVIFN C. D. DOOLEY v . 1..- 4...-. L ,, ,E,.,.....,...,L....,,,,,, ,... .,,...T.,,,, Y -w , r.-fam-. EM2 M. F. TAPP EIVI2 J. B. TUQUERO ENI2 K. A. WARD EM3 A. L. GATES mamma, ICFN D. J. LITTLE ICFN M. A. LUEDDEKE EIVIFN R. MARTINEZ, JR ICFN W. J. IVICCONNELL EIVIFN T L HARTZLER EIVIFN D L HATTON EIVIFN .I A KINDY ICFN C F KLEIN gillkiillk .WX 13,113.1 ELE CTIZICAL' ' 'f ' ' T DIVISION THE ELECTRICAL RATING'STRUCTURES, ELECTRICIAN MATES AND INTERIOR MATES ARE RESPO OTHERWISE SERVICING ELECTRICALLY ALL GENERATORS O BUS TRAN LIGHTING, AND ALL PORTABLE ELECTRICAL TOOL-5. IOR COMMUNICATION ELECTRICIAN MATES MAIN THE INTER TAIN REPAIR AND OTHERWISE SERVICE ALL TELEPHONE5 I I GYRO COMPASSES, MOTION PICTURE MACHINES, ENGINE ELEGRAPH, RUDDER ANGLE INDICATOR AND ORDER AND T INTENSITY AND DIRECTION, AND SHIPBOARD ORDER, WIND ANNOUNCING EQUIPMENT. ' 4. -V' X ! 1 ' ICCS J. J. CARTER ICC J. D. 'CAIN EIvIc R. I.. ADEMA EMI J. R. I-IINSoN ' Lim . .,.f gvfw., ,,.. W, ,, ,,,.. . J I I , .V 'ff W ' ' ' f Wf. 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RosslvnAN an-1,13 U ...MM "M" DIVISION PERSONNEL HAVE THE RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF THE MAIN PROPULSION PLANT WHICH POWERS THE SHIP THEY STAND WATCHES IN TWO ENGINE ROOMS TO MAINTAIN THE MAIN TURBINES AND ALSO MM OPERATE MMM THREE WATER DISTILLING PLANTS TO PRODUCE AP PROXIMATELY 30,000 GALLONS OF FRESH WATER EACH DAY THE SHIP IS AT SEA DIVISION PERSONNEL ALSO MAINTAIN AN ARRAY OF AUXILLIARY MACHINERY IN EACH ENGINE ROOM THEY TAKE PRIDE IN THEIR WORK AND SERVE AS A CLOSELY KNIT AND WILL TRAINED TEAM ABOARD ANNAPOLIS X f WW ff' S, af? M! Wf f x W Q! 7 W c E BROWN Z S W J D BusTl.E X 'K' R A cox D CURRY ff MW . I I I ,IZ X ff-4 if .F ,Q Z - sfawfff ,ww L My if A ff f I fa 3 2 lwgflff xg? 4' ff ' ,x? ' ,fff V' FN . . R f j 7, 7, ,N 4 A, ' FA . - fm' V1 ' 62' f' f I IW 'X i ...gag 23- A , if 3,1 , .X ' - f 4 , , ' We' . 'Qu I I FN P. A. DESROSIERS FN M. G. DOUGLAS FN J. FERREIRA MMFN M. T. LIEB gunpnssx Q G. nvlowA'r'r A. NEFF J. PEARSON o, PETERSEN if fi Z1 ' ' . X up I ,K X WQ I .B I '11 ' 2 Sa Y SPCM D. A. SCOTT "mfff1is 7 MMC R. S. VERRI MAQHINIST5 VIVIBION I l 'thing -.--. .U MM3 D. L. NETZ MM3 R. E. mos FN H. o. ATHERTON MMFN N. A. BREEDLQVE MM1 Jr MM2 MM2. MM2 S. M. SMITH G. S. BARNETT P. J. MILLER 4 E. E. PATTERSON 1- , SFC B. D. PYLAND DCC W. I-a RHODES SFM3 W. L. BURTON SFM3 G. I. MARTIN SFM3 J. C. MARTIN SFP3 D. W. RANDALL REPAIR DIVISION SFI J. F. ALLEN SFI B. J. BAUMGARTNER SFP2 D. W. GAYLORD SFP3 K. R. BARBER Lam: ur. 1 , W I 5 r ij .dguxrrlw FN B. L. PINN NIMFN D. A. REED FN D. G. SCOTT FA T. I... SIMPSON U'- ' Q ,M ll-cw FNG F WEIBEI. muunn, 'N "R" DIVISION IS RESPONSIBLE FOR A WIDE VARIETY OF JOBS STRUCTURE OF THE SHIP THEIR WORK INCLUDES WELDING PIPEFITTING, SHEET AND PLATE WORK, DAMAGE CONTROL, AND MANY OTHER RELATED DUTIES DEAXLING WITH MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OF THE PHYSICAL ' f C. T. D. P. M. HAVRON V. HAWN Lo HOUSTON J. FLOOD FN J. A HUBBARD FN R, W, FOX SN T. Vo NIXON DCFN W. K. HAMILTON --cn. ' 1 if -G FN R. G. PETTUS FN D. C. SCHOENFELDT SN D. L. WALLACE 4 Q I K CAN You neu ME HOW T0 657' 5ACK T0 THE fxvgffvf Room 7' HEY BUDDIE .' I 'M Losr Wm R RESP I X V 2 P 1 I 3 i 3? Vi I: 5 I K :B A1 W K 'JI 1 -. i f yi f 9 Y K 3 V W jf 'Q SK2 W. A. FRACK SK2 J. GRIGNON SK2 L A GRITZ SK2. N. J. SHERMAN X., ,f . X i ' ,f , 1 ff , ff! 1 f 2 Q , I. i , X. Q SN J. J. COOPER SKSN R. I.. DEOLIVEIRA SN W. E. FREED SN E. J. FRIAS SKC SKC SKI SK2 SK3 A SK3 J. R GARCIA I.. LARIOZA A SALAZAR J FOTLAND v-.fi mm IIIHM L. COOLEY G. PARKE R SK3 D. SK3 R. . V. O'BOYL.E R. HANK IN ,vmuwsmnw LCDRA D JESSER SUPPLY OFFICER LT N H BURNS STORES OFFICER SUPPLY PEPAPTMENT STO ES DIVISION THE MISSION OF THE- STORES DIVISION IS TO PROVIDE MATERIAL LOGISTIC SUPPORT BY WAY OF PROVIDING EQUIPAGE, GENERAL STORES AND TECHNICAL REPAIR PARTS FOR SHIPS USE. THE FUNCTIONS OF THE STORES DIVISION IS TO PROCURE, RECEIVE, STOW AND ISSUE GENERAL STORES AND REPAIR PARTS1 IN CONJUNCTION, PREPARE CORRESPONDENCE AND REPORTS, KEEP RECORDS AND SUBMIT RETURNS INCIDENTAL TO PROCURING, RECEIVING AND STOWING MATERIAL. xx Xxx el., Q Z! ff' D. D. GRABBS W. E. HOFFMAN G. I.. HOWARD W. J. OLIVER PEl.l..ERrro D. PROFFITT N. THACKER K. VARNEY SN J. J. WENSTON ,B ,,6'f, CS2 CS2 CS3 CS3 R. S. RENTERIA J. A. STURGES E. O. BECKMAN R. W. HANSEN J BIRCHNIIER B BOSLEY M BRANTLEY R CAKEBREAD Wil! , vrf ,,,,, , , M 4 1 1 41 ,2 h 5 5 il - h V ' jg. Q ' t 1525 2 'EY N, 'V Ein ! lg: 4 I' " Q F 22 'T ...fr sm J. S. REI 1 SN M. A. Ul.L.OA WP ' WI W h Th "SUV now, that's something I've always wanted to tr Y - - . a chocolate mashed Potato sundael" SN Nl SN SN SN G. R. C. R. COOK J. FEII. E, GRIFFITH M. GOODENOUGH ENS W BELLACK,I JR COIVINIISSARY OFFICER DIVISION Poov SEIZVIEE S-2 DIVISION IS RESPONSIBLE FOR STOWAGE, PRE PARATION AND SERVING OF FOOD TO THE CREW OF 'ANNAPOLIS TASTY, WHOLESONIE AND ATTRACTIVE MEALS ARE MOST IMPORTANT IN THE HEALTH AND WELL BEING OF THE CREW PERSONNEL IN S-2 HAVE TAKEN PRIDE IN DOING THEIR ASSIGNED TASKS A COMPETENT AND PROFESSIONAL IVIANNER THEIR "HOLIDAY MEALS" HAVE CERTAINLY BEEN THE HIGHLIGHT OF OUR AT-SEA PERIODS ,WW CSI W. FRAZIER CS2. J. A. ASH CS2 J. C. BLACKWOOD CS2 E. CALDWELL CSCS P. A. WALLACE CSI B. BASS F CSI P, D. FERNANDEZ ' 1 CSI J. B. L. FLOWERS I IO I IT 5 .- X 'F A- QQ im GN ' Q M Y px f fix Pifisx . X.x.xX I LM gig- wwwbx.. I X ,XX L IS-Q - Q Q x X X 6 ai Ehmug S' I SHSN L. K. DICKSON SHSN E. L.. JACKSON SHSN D. O. LEWIS SN K. E. MC DONALD SN J E NOL.AN SN J W OWENS SHSN W L. POPE SN F M THOMPSON "YE OL.DE GEDUNK SHSN J. L.. WOOD SHSN J. D. WORRELL. SHSN R. BOYD 4 N A , 1 X my 2,33-I ef f, ,x I V I I SHIP 3 SEIZVI DE 9 I N THE FUNCTIONS PERFORIVIED BY S-3 SUBSTITUTE FOR f THE SMALL BUSINESSMAN IN OUR HOMETOWNS. LAUNDRY, TAILORING AND COBBLER SERVICES ARE PROVIDED FOR THE CREW AS ARE THE CLOTHING AND SMALL STORE AND A RETAIL STORE WHICH CARRIES AN AMAZING VARIETY OF STOCK. SPECIAL ORDER SERVIICES ARE PROVIDED IN 7 CONJUNCTION WITH THE SHIPIS STORE. AN IMPORTANT MORALE FACTOR IS THE HGEDUNKH FACILITIESQ NUMEROUS Q VENDING MACHINES FOR CANDY AND SOFT DRINKS AND . SODA FOUNTAIN. I L ' ' ,, 4 A of A A V i. 9 1 1 V 3 SHI T. L. MC DONALD SHI D. A. PRICE V Ig' Ui I E , I ' 5 V 1 linmfrzing ENS E. P. SULLIVAN SHIP'S SERVICE OFFICER 1 4 I. Iii 1 I I' I Ni SHS M. A. CLOSE ij: SH3 C. J. NIUSGROVE 2 SN D. A. ARD H1 NJ SA J. c. BAUGH I 1,2 nfl Ei fl 51 Il I I I. 1, 1-' 1, , I I SH2 W. F. LONG SH2 C. J. WINTERHALTER ff, 4,1 gf X, SN R. J. KELLY 171 SBURBING DIV ISION THE DISBURSING DIVISION PROVIDES FOR THE DISBURSING AND COLLECTIONS OF ALL PUBLIC FUNDS ABOARD SHIP. THE DIVISION IS RESPONSIBLE FOR MAINTAINING ALL PAY RECORDS, PREPARATION AND VERIFICATION OF TRAVEL CLAIMS AND PUBLIC VOUCHERS IN ADDITION TO THE SUBMISSION OF ACCURATE FINANCIAL RETURNS VERIFY- ING THEIR ACCOUNTABILITY OF PUBLIC FUNDS. DK2 J. A. HILLYER DK3 J, H. IVIC KINNEY DK3 E. R. PLUHAR DKSN IVI. L.. GURSKI . .Mn v X 4 J ' 47 if w H N M . Li ' W K E i 1 li ri 24 11 'Q W gf 19' H :ig 1. QL 'H i ,P If ll 75 'ii iff il? ,Eli tif ! ii! ll I: ff N 1 ENS P. P. CLARK DIVISION OFFICER E ,. ,.n-- ' Y 'X-" ' smwmzv I DIVISION I THE STEWARDS HAVE THE IMPORTANT TASK OF MAINTAINING OFFICER'S COUNTRY AND FEEDING THE COMMISSIONED OFFICERS ABOARD ANNAPOLIS. MAINTENANCE OF A PLEASANT ATMOSPHERE FOR THE OFFICERS IS EQUAL.. IN IMPORTANCE TO INSUR- ING THE WEI.l.. BEING OF THE CREW. S-5 CONSIST- ENTl.Y CONTRIBUTES ITS FAIR SHARE TO THE ANNAPOLIS TEAM. I SD2 B. G. 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