Annapolis (AGMR 1) - Naval Cruise Book

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V - V aptczm 7905544014 Q 7044 mmmwlcaq Offccm CAPTAIN W1ll1am J WACKER the son of Mr and Mrs w1111am WACKER of 5216 S Myrtle Avenue Seattle Washmgton attended school 1n Seattle 1nc1ud1ng the Un1vers1ty of Wash1ngton and earned h1s Bachelor of Sc1ence Degree from the Un1vers1ty of Maryland at College Park Maryland H e Jolned the Navy's V5 program on June 25 1945 and was comm1ss1oned an Enslgn and Naval Av1ator slmultaneously on August 16 1945 at C orpus Chr1st1 Texas Dur1ng World War II the Capta1n flew w1th Bomber Squad ron 12 from the USS SARATOGA and later w1th F1ghter Bomber Squadron 15 and F1ghter Bomber ZCA operatlng from var1ous carr1ers 1n the P3Clf1C Theatre 1nclud1ng the USS BOXER and the USS ANTIETAM durmg wh1ch t1me he was awarded the Presldentlal Un1t C1tat1on Two and one half years of the Korean Confl1ct were spent p1lot1ng R5D's and R6D's for Naval Transport Squadron Three and part1c1pat1ng 1n a1r l1ft and evacuatlon transport operatlons 1n Korea The squadron operated out of Naval A1r Statlon Moffett F1eld Cal1f S1nce Korea the Capta1n has had duty at NATTU Glenv1ew Ill1no1s the Seaplane tender GARDINER'S BAY Heavy Attack Squadron EIGHT based at Wh1dbey Island Washmgton D C He has studled at the U S Naval Po st Graduate School the A1r Un1vers1ty Maxwell A1r Force Base and the Naval Warfare Course of the Naval War College He served as Executlve Offlcer of the ASW Carr1er KEARSARGE fr om prov1ded ASW support for the sh1ps 1nvolved 1n the F1rst and Second Gulf of Tonkm Inc1dents" Capta1n WACKER has just f1n1shed a tour at the Off1ce of the Ch1ef of Naval Operat1ons Pentagon Washmgton D C as Ass1stant for Spec1al M1ss1ons Systems 4Electron1c Warfare Reconna1ssance and Surve1llanceJ The Capta1n was promoted to h1s present rank August 1 1964 He 1S marr1ed to the former Mary Lour Marutz of B1cknell Ind1ana The Wackers and the1rthree ch11dren Cheryl 17 Brad 14 and T1m 12 l1ve at 11221 South Shore Road Reston V1rg1n1a fs-Qffk I 4. .2 9 0 0 I I I . 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' ' 9 ' . , , Z , 5 a 9 9 ' Whig. ,,--dx HIIIIIIIIIIU 1 1, I x xv!! .2 r I E v mmdmdefz fam Q piecwmal 0 can COMMANDER Alan G PHEASANT a nat1ve of Wmthrop Massachusetts was educated at schools 1n the Boston area and graduated from Harvard Un1vers1ty 1n 1951 He rece1ved h1s comm1ss1on as an Ens1gn at the Harvard NROTC Un1t Dur1ng h1s f1rst f1Ve years 1n the Navy he served as salvage off1cer of t he attack transport USS MONTROSE QAPA 2125 as operat1ons off1cer of the destroyer escort USS JOHNNIE HUTCHINS KDE 3605 and 1n b1llets 1n gunnery englneermg and personnel adm1n1strat1on 1n the crulser USS WORCESTER QCL 1445 1n both SIXTHFLT and SEVENTHFLT deployments After attendmg the General L1ne School 1n 1956 1957 Lleutenant PHEASANT then spent two years as Traff1c and C1rcu1ts Off1cer and later Commun1cat1on Off1cer of Naval Commun1cat1on Fac1l1ty Ph1l1pp1nes He then spent one year as Operatlons Off1cer on the staff of Commander Escort Squadron EIGHTEEN operat1ng radar p1cket escort vessels 1n the Atlant1c As a L1eutenant Com mander 1n 1961 1962 he was the off1cer 1n charge of the Navy Informat1on Center QNAVIC5 the operat1onal computer center of the Ch1ef of Naval Opera t1ons 1n the Pentagon LCDR PHEASANT then served as Executlve Off1cer of USS PURDY CDD 7345 for elghteen months In 1964 1965 he was a student 1n the Command and Staff course at the Naval War College In June 1965 he rece1ved h1s Master's degree from George Washlngton Un1vers1ty He then served two years on the staff at the Naval War College as the off1cer 1n charge of the Navy Electron1c Warfare S1mulator QNEWS5 a mult1 m1ll1on dollar electron1c war gam1ng center Commander PHEASANT was promoted to h1s present rank on 1 September 1965 He reported for duty as Execut1ve Off1cer of USS ANNAPOLIS QAGMR 15 1n July 1967 Commander PHEASANT marrled the former Arleen R1Ch of Cambr1dge Mas sachusetts IH 1951 They l1ve w1th the1r three ch1ldren Deborah 15 Hlllary 13 and Jeffery 11 1n Cambr1dge Massachusetts X I I 0 l 0 I K " 9 9 ' 0 " 9 ' 9 9 ' ' l 0 I 0 I fi , L., 1 ' , I O - 1 . . - . , 4 , . . 0 " , - l . 0 '- l C 9 - ' l , - ' 3 7 7 7 9 9 9 ' 1, , ,, f f f f f ,W .1 f r I A ,f KW. ,ww , ff' A7lWIMY413WwwvfmffM 13 WWW af W 'W ass ,-mm-fpazvs i,4qwz2-zj The decision to give the name ANNAPOLIS to the Navy's first Communications 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 commemorated 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 oldent existing radio station which is currently providingthe 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 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 be- fore being decommissioned in 1919. The second ANNAPOLIS was a patrol frigate, 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. The history of the present ANNAPOLIS began in August of 1962 when the decommissioned Escort Aircraft Carrier, USS GILBERT ISLANDS QCVE-1075 was towed from her berth at Bayonne, New Jersey, to the New York Naval Ship- yard for conversion to the AGMR-1. As a CVE she had seen action in the Pacific during the Ckinawa-Gunto operation and Australian operations in Borneo. Now the 19 year old ship was to be converted and recommissioned to fulfill a v it al communications ,need of the Navy' s operation forces. , USS ANNAPOLIS QAGMR-15, Auxiliary General Major Relay Number One, is a l ship designed to bring Naval Communications to any naval unit ashore or afloat, anywhere in the world, with speed and accurrancy, to provide a voice for ,com- mand when anduwhere it is needed. With specially designed antenna systems con- structed 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 708 142 officers and 666 enlistedy, ANNAPOLIS is capable of operation for protracted periods of time in remote ,corners of the world's oceans, augmenting existing shore communications facilities, temporarily extending essential Naval commu- nication services in areas where they might have been once lost or where they may never have existed. Her task- to provide fleet broadcasts inter area rela c' 't d l n - ' , - y ircui s-an re ay circuits for ship to 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 an shi can o and . , D 3 , capable of reaching any land area with her powerful transmitters. As her motto StHfGS, She truly "VOX MARIS", the "Voice of the Sea" and the Voice from the Sea: the Voice of Naval Command, the Sound of United States Seapower. .s . M.. YN3 R. V. ANGELO YN3 J. H. HURT YN3 D. COTA PN3 G. L. BENTON ETN2 J. W. BARBER SK2 K. D. MAYS EM2 A. L. GATES PN3 E. A. FELLMAN JO3 D, J. DEITEMEYER PNSN J. W. TROXELL SN R. K. ANDERSON SN R. H. MILLER -"-I IV PN3 J, TUCKER PC3 A. J. DEWEY PC3 S. SMITH PN3 E. L. SHANEBERGER MMi'!!!'liiM LTJG K. F. DOLAN wo-1 R, Bionno LT J. s. W. Hosrono Administrative Assistant Personnel officer chaplain Ad ' ' azdae dadaciaa The Administrative Division,includingthe Chief Master-At-Arms, is responsible for carrying out the administrative functions of the command. This involves maintaining service records of 42 officers and 7 24 enlisted personnelg operation and maintenance of material used in connection therewithg an educational program that offers USAFI courses, officers and enlisted correspondence courses and other matters of an essentially professional natureg the administration and accountability of ship's correspondence, directives and prep- aration of the Captain's-personal correspondenceg the ship's post office processing all out going and incoming mail. The Chaplain pro- vides religious activities and instruction for the officers and crew. RMC P. F. KAYLOR PN1 E. T. LEEKE PC1 C. E. SEYMOUR PN2 G. H. SMITH . Q3 xr.,f i X . , 7 Q' 'Y uni 'PN .Q ,N rt SA M. G. THOMPSON SN P. D, KITE SN K. D. DAVIDSON SN T. L. WEBER SN T. R. THURLOW SN J. S. FICKLE SN R. K. JOHNSON SN D. R. LAMBERTH SN P. WILSON W, -. 3 . ,, 'J W we T1 tfg , Ma Ze W 2 ENS S. TILDEN ENS B. B. FARRIS ASS'f CIC Officer Pros. Ass't CIC Officer RD3 D, W. TEAMEN RD3 J. M. MARAS RD3 J. C. ANDREWS RD3 D. H. MASSEY RD1 T. SMC K. SM1 R. SM3 E. L. WOOD R. HUGHES J. ESSER D. HOUCHIN 5 Q25 1 LCDR F L SHAY LTJG C. L. WHISMAN LCDR G. E. SCHEUFFLE Operations .Officer CIC Officer Navigator 1 pe-mzfdam - We ' ' va epfwfwwf 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, B 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 Quartermasters assist in the same navigation of ' l the ship by performing navigational duties. They are also responsible for steering the ship in confined waters and further maintain a E complete and accurate log of all events which pertain to the ship. T 3 .A XJ, 1 s Z! 4 Ii W WW' f 4 A Z .X W 7 K! ,ymwffff -if 3 at V sz-M Q....,,,,,, 5 'hum Y fW' ' ,W SND SNL SNC SNO GREEN HENRY POTTER LITTON RD3 S. C. PRICE QM3 F. L. HIGGONS QM3 D. W. TORDORF YN3 C. J. FLYNN SNJ P VOGT SNT M WATT SN J, B. PLATO SN M. B. BOBO SN R. L. BRINKMAN SN J. P, RIZER HM3 K. E. DAVIS DN R. A. STOFLETH HM3 R. A. PALMER HN P. D. SCOTT HM1 S HM2 J. HM2 J. DT2 A HINGCO WEBSTER SILVIS WHITE .. -w 'NEW' jg will CDR T E CARLSON DC LT R L FRONDUTI, MC Dental Officer Medical Officer eden! cmd mm! epwatmwl H and D d1v1s1ons are respons1ble for the dental phys1oal and mental health of personnel aboard The1r work mamly oons1sts of preventwe med1o1ne samtatlon and treatment of the common medloal and dental problems Wh1ch arlse afloat X.. SA K. K. WHYTE SN J. L. BENNETT SN J. S. BROWNING SN C. L. FARR BM2 W. L. BARNWELL BM2 D. H. WARREN BM3 D. H. WAKEY BMSN D. L. HYDEN SN B, K. TONGKEAMAH SN M. C, PHILLIPS SA W. F. SIRK SN R. M. MEARKLE SN D. A. MILLER SN J. NORIEGA A SN A. G. REED Q MR, 5 M , Q if LCDR J. E, WILLIAMS First Lieutenant we efawwmemf ENS K. R. KIMBELL First Division Officer mx 5 at ' 2 :H , i. Z ,, 2 Qi ,f L LTJG J. J. FALBE Assist. First Lieutenant is 62445 dadadcm First Division is responsible for the anchor windlass and its associated deck tackle. The evolutions of towing, mooring to a buoy, anchoring and other forecastle duties are conducted in an outstanding manner. All Deck Department storerooms are maintained by First Division personnel along with the antenna deck and catwalk structures. First Division also utilizes personnel in manning gun mounts, underway watches and in-pOI"f deck duties. LTJG M. F. VALENTI Second Division Officer I I O ecavwl wwcaw Second Division has the responsibility of maintaining all deck preservation and upkeep of the ANNAPOLIS' boats, providing boat crews for the Captain's 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 pro- vide personnel for flight quarters, lifeboat and lookout watches during sea periods. Second Division is respon- sible for the upkeep and deck maintenance of the for- ward port and starboard sponsons, catwalk and deck superstructures and assists in all replenishment executions. X BM3 P. F. MORRISEY SN A. L. KING SN G. D. STEEG SN R. L. TOOTLE BM2 E. R, MARINER BM2 M. C. PETERSON BM3 J. C. MENARD BM3 J. M. TIDEWELL SA A. T. BERBENA ' X, N A L 2 , E ""4l?11 1 K 44 N N fl PM lr ,, if X SA V. J. DEKERIS SA D. R. BARKER WX , , X 4' W1 KW V 6 X! 65 xxigim 44 ix N Q93 - .-l- ,,J,- MK - W'.4m,rp157 SN W. F. REIS SN J. A. MCKINNEY l SN J. H. ACOSTA SN W, H. CULLEY SN M. SN K, SN G. SA R. ELDRIDGE DOLD BEARDEN WATSON SNR SNP SN R. SN J. TUBBS AILLET TOOTLE MURPH Y SN D. SN -D. SNL SN R. ELROD BREWSTER MAULDIN WATSON SA J M CRIPPEN SA G T JEWELL SA D H ZOOK SA J DEGRUTTOLA SNC H OWEN SNH G TRAYLOR SN TALAUERA SN SEIPEL SA M. H. BRIST SA R. H. HORTON SA R. W. JONES SA M. L. SCOTT E il mfg H, y p ,E ENS R. V. DYKES Third Division Officer Am emma 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 as- signed to it. ' More specifically, Third Division is responsible for various external and internal spaces of the ship. It is responsible for the antenna deck, hull structure cat- walks, accommodation ladders, boat booms and the after port and starboard qquarterdecky sponsons. Third Division is responsible for the cleaning, main- tenance 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 under- way and in-port watches. SN S. SNC SN T. SNC ABEL LAC AILLADE BRANDMAN HAL TOM BM1 C. C. MAGLANG BM3 M. E. STRINGFIELD SN J. V. BARNHART SN D. G. EFTING LTJG R. V. STEPHENS Gunnery Officer az Fox Division is responsible for the operation, care and maintenance of the four 3"f50 caliber, rapid fire control 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. GMG1 L. E. JAYNES GMG2 J. J. SAFFA FTG2 D. K. POTTER FTG3 B. E. BARBER me it .W , 1 'vm ' X- ff ,ev 0 7- .-A 7 21, f 5 WNY MW IM if FTG3 R M CROASDAILE FTG3 R L ALLEN GMGSN G F DEGRO KT GMGSN S H BROWN GMG3 F T REED GMG3 C R JENSEN GMG3 F M LONG GMG3 R J CAMPION 34 SN F. T. REED SN K. E. MILLER SN R. W. BUTTS GMGSN J FTGSN J FTGSN N FTGSN R STOFFT DOLAN MCGRATH HAUPT SK2 J. A. HERMANSON SK2 R. J. FOTLAND SK2 M. H. ALVAREZ SK3 J. E. SIMMONS SKSN D. R. CORBETT SKSN W. C. HOSS SKSN C. D. BURNS SN M. R. MERCER SKCS D. T. BLAIR SKC W. B. ISRAEL SK1 F. T. PORTUGAL SK2 D. R. TUCHTEHAGEN SK3 R. W. HOSMER SK3 D. C. CHRISTENSON SK3 D. O. GRABBS SKSN M. A. GRIMSTVEDT 4444541 LTG J JARDINE SC Stores Officer qaadmewl "Whiz LCDRF N NEWCOMB SC Supply Officer The mission of the Stores Division is to provide mate- rial logistic support by way of providing equipage, general stores and technical repair parts for shipS use The functions of the Stores Division is to pI'OCHI'9, receive, stow and issue general stores and repair Parts? in conjunction prepare correspondence and repOI"fS, keep records and submit returns incidental to procuring, receiving and stowing material. Zafzea dadadan FKZTZ -A ,XG if - C Q ' KA Q ' .1 T-:.a'65QQ - - M155 in . . . J .. . .. I if, I, 1 , .' -' .A - 1 .,L J' if . Z ,ana-0'51:.., X .,- ' ' Y -. z W4... j' in ' .1 L. rf- . .,. .. -! 4-v ' 'M 5 ,,, wsm4M""' L 1 A ' f f -Q 1. ' . 4 .. 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Tasty, whole- some and attractive meals are most important in the health and well being of the crew. Personnel in S-2 Division have taken pride in doing their assigned tasks in a competent and professional manner. Their "Holiday Meals" have certainly been the highlight of our at-sea periods. CS2 V. GOODREAU CS2 J. ASH CS3 D. BOSLEY CS3 P. DELUNA CS1 R. BURR CS1 T. ARIVETTE CS1 C. GALL CS2 B. J. BERNAL SHSN G. A. CASSINGHAM SHSN J. E. WHITE SN E. MILES SN T. A. HINCKLEY SH3 Y. L. LIYLNGGOIJ S113 J. .-X. IQOGL1-IS SH3 H. J. IQOKTISZQIQGEQR SH3 L. K. IJICKSON x 2 SKSA R, K. PARKES SA P. C. MURPHY SA D. R. BARKER QI I-meal SN C. A. TICLLES SN D. L. DUNN SA L. ST.-U-'FORD SA R. R. ROMAN rx CWO 4J M PIZER SC Sh1p's Service Officer 'prd 0701566 The functions performed by S-3 Division substitute for 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 services are provided in conjunction with the ship's store. An important morale factor is the "Gedunk" facilities, numerous vending machines . for candy and soft drinks and soda fountain. SHCS T D FREIL SHI N BANTOLINO SHZM L COFFMAN SHZA F MOCK SH2 C. L. HAYES SH2 T. A. MILTON - SH2 T. LIMU SH3 L. NICORA wdmwzg enum 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 finan- cial returns verifying their accountability of public funds. 5 D ZH! 2 1 ENS H. R. ACHILLES, SC Disbursing Officer ' ' 'if-as if DK1 E. I. CADELINA DK3 C. E, NEWMAN DK3 E. J. HUNTER DK3 E. R. PHUHAR f!!94ai3 -.,' L, ' 1 , Fluff . xr-" V ff,-19. v--..,...1- 11'-'m' f., nuff At, . F,Q1P'1:2ff - lk .4:" ' "" ffl Em?" may Q-qv TX 'of -'aff 1 ' X ix lx, gift" f X '- lf- f ,131-Q +A... - T.-rl' , 11,1 ---4: g gi .5131 3 yi S 4' c n ,Ur Q 5 X, 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 5 1 1 1 I .1 1 1 i1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l 1 TN N. L. LIMCOLIOC TN G. B. CAPUYAN TN E. C. BUENAVENTURA TN E. HERNANDO fe? TN B. G. REYES TN M. E. EBUEN TN E, A. ORCINO TN F. S. BACOS 1-L Swv... , f vwffv-.wmv 7 Qffaw, 'xv SQgp 0-sv, f -X Viv 1 Q M ff Q 3.5, Z, x ' Q if i X xi ik ig T Ei T ., , 566042244 dafiaclaa The Stewards have the important task of maintaining officer's country and feeding the the commissioned officers aboard ANNAPOLIS, Maintenance of a pleasant atmosphere for the officers is equal in importance to insuring the well being of the crew. S-5 Division consist- ently contributes its fair share to the ANNAP- OLIS team. SD3 F SD3 R sos Rf SD3 A SDC W. L. MITCHELL SD2 E. T. HAYNES SD2 E. G. RODICA SD2 A. E. MATEL '31 I ai! FRANCIS PAGADUAN REAL ICA GARINGO F Iexiqh A an sum ' SD3 R. A. MUNOZ sos J. P. SAWAL sos PADUA TN A. D. c. NUNAG CC 11. ,JD N7 l I lun fl lanf,2'5,. Iggcglltgisvglgglggims LTJG S. L. GELLER FAC Control Officer ee ...Z CC Division is responsible for the maintenance of re liable communications between the ANNAPOLIS and various ship and shore commands. There are three separate sections: Transmitters, which select the proper transmitters and other equipment used t o broadcast from the shipg Receivers to be used in receiving transmissions to the ANNAPOLIS and Control, which is responsible for the ov erall coordination and circuit reliability of the ship. In addition, there is a special projects s ection that evaluates new installations as the s at ell it e communication terminal which is operational aboard the ANNAPOLIS. RMC F. J. MARINO RMC E. R. MERKEL RM1 K. ROBERTS RMI R. THOMPSON ik- ' 1 AI CDRD F HART Commumcafions Off1cer I M ' 'na Qbdfalmevzl f A H W 48 W, 1 f i' 2 ' flsaxfiggw, K X ' 5 I 1 2 Q E - .' . E 5 V: 2 I LTJG W. N. L. ROBERTSON Cryptosecurity Officer RM3 P RM3 G RM3 D. RM3 S. KILAR LUNDELL C RAWFORD WILSON fyixi RM2 R. K. BYRNE RM2 W. E. TAYLOR RM2 J. W. JOHNSON RM2 R. C. KOEPPEN Q.. RM3 E. D. BOWERS RMSN J. E. BUREL RMSN F. G. WARREN RMSN R. D. FARINA RM3 O. D. HORTON RM3 T, V. STACEY RM3 C. ZETTLEMOYER RM3 J. L. GORDEN RMI W R SAFFER RMI ESTES RMI J G YOUNG RMI D E RUFF CTI CRMD J. L. LORENZ RMI M. D. YANTIS RMI R. E. LENTZ ' RMI D. R. CAMPBELL RM2 C. A. CLENIENT RM2 J. F. ASWEGAN RM2 M. J. PLANTENBERG RM2 H. L. SIMS RMI C RM2 E RM2 R: RM2 R. VANANTWERP FITZ PATRICK DURAND STAFFORD J! I 1 1 LT C. B. JONES WO-1 P. .Uml-ll R. SCHLEHR Electronics Officer Terminal Systems Maintenance Officer 2 Denman CE Division is responsible for the repair and main- tenance of the vast amount of technical equipment used by the communications department and other ship's departments. It conducts regular preventive main- tenance programs on all equipment, repairs any equip- ment Which may have a failure, and assists other ships in training personnel to do repair work as well as give them technical assistance when necessary. RMCM G. BOUCHER ETCS W. G. GILBERT RMC R. F. ALVIS ETC R. E. COUSINS 1.2! RMSN J. A. MORGAN RMSN J. E. FRISBIE ff X ff 05' ,.i'35'f 2? EP RM2 E. RM2 R. RM2 W. RM2 W HAIN ES COOPER BLAIR BECK .X ETN2 T. D. STRETCH ETN2 E. T. DAVIS RM2 D. R. DENNIS RM2 L. E. CORLISS, JR. ETN3 E. W. PETERS ETN3 R. E. CARLISLE ETN3 L. B. SEIDEL ETN3 D. L. BOSNICK RM2 W. J. JARVIS ETN3 R. L. MARTIN ETN3 F. D. MCCLURE, JR ETN3 R. E. GRAFF N. x ET1 J R MOODY 1-:T1 J E NOONAN ET1 L W SIMMBRSON RM1 W E PORTER ETN2 H E SHELTON ETN2 J J MAHER ETN2 L E CAPLINGER ETN2 T F BOYLE ET1 D. C. ADAMS ET1 W. W. WIDSTRAND ET1 G. Q. BANNISTER ET1 M. P. HAZZARD RM1 J. L. PATTERSON ETNz F. H. M. NESTLER ETN2 R. W. SKOK ETNZ J. R. SHEETS l ETRSN L. A. HORSTMAN SN R. L. GALLO SN J, s. RANKIN DSSN J. R. HOLMES ETNSN M. T. O'BRIAN ETNSN J. R. LAMSKI ETRSN E. D. LIPTAK ETRSN A. ESTRELLA ,mm x . ETN3 D C EASTMAN ETN3 D J OWLETT ETR3J T FLIPPEN ,asm ETN3 D. E. HINKAL ETNS J. J. BCRUET ETN3 J. L. CHURCHILL ETN3 D. L. WESTERMAN 1 1 ETNSNG w SABOTTA ETNSNR C JONES ETNSNJ L WITHERS ETNSNS M REI-:SE I r J I 2 K 'n I I I r RM3 R. D. VAN PATTEN ETNSN D, A. HALLORAN ETNSN B. A. BENNETT ETNSN R. A. RAMSEY 5 I 56 I If X 4 X . ETN3 I.'Nf NIELSCN A X RMI J. R. RMI E, D. RMI S. L. RMI D. P. HARRYMAN MCGRATH ANDERSON HAYES RMCS M. E. PINTON RMC W. F. WOODS RMC E. E, PEEBLES RMI E. D. MCGRATH RMI D RM2 A RM2 R RM2 N. COMBS KIMBALL THORGUSEN MOORE RMI R. W. MURKOT RMI C. S. BOULTER RMI R. E. WALLEN RM1 L. D. DUGGINS RM2 W. M. ZWER RM2 J, L. MATTHEWS RM2 G, E, BURTNETT RM2 B. S. MARNIK 664646003 LT R A DUFRESNE CT D1v1s1on 1S responslble for the rel1able and t1me1y Traffic Offlcel' flow of messages to from and between other sh1ps and shore commands The d1v1s1on 1S respons1ble for the runn1ng of the message center relay broadcast serv1ce center and the department adm1n1strat1on and tralmng seot1on In add1t1on the d1v1s1on also prov1des the 1m portant funot1on of Wr1t1ng up and d1str1but1ng all mes sages for the var1ous departments W1th1n the sh1p LTJG R DIBLIK II RPS Custodian ENS F H EWING I Crypto Offlcer I HIM RM3 D. L. RENIRIE RM3 B, M, CALLAHAN RM3 P. M. ELMQRE RM3 R. BALDENEGRO RM3 J. RM3 L RM3 F RM3 D. . STRONG . INGRAM . ROWLEY . GANSER RM3 H, RM3 R, RM3 C, RM3 J, SPAULDING SMITH CHURCHILL WARD RM3 E RM3 B. RM3 R RM3 R: LOUGHREY BUSHELL ROBERTS DEWITT RM3 R. RM3 E. RM3 R. RM3 F. RAD FORD CARNEY FRANKE MEYERS RM3 V. F. RECKER RM3 T. J. EDMONDS RM3 M. P. ANDERSON RM3 D. J. WINTER RM3 G. L. ANDERSON RM3 W. D. MARGHEIM RM3 J. S. BOLEK RM3 J. J. JACKSON RM3 J E TRANTHA RM3 J D SNAZA M RM3 W A HAYMAN RM3 J sELpH RM3 A RM3 R RM3 L RM3 L RM3 S. RM3 K. RM3 K. RM3 R. CYN3 L, A. DIGMON CYN3 M. KADLUBOWSKI CYN3 W. s. WEBSTER CYN3 J. W. LOGAN RMSN R. J. LITTLE RMSN W. A. BARAKAT RMSN R. F. DUNHAM RMSN D. A. TACHENY J v""'Y sf RMSN D. G. ME.-XLEY RMSN M. J. KENN.-XD.-XY RMSN C. S. JAMES RMSN M, R, HQLM 'vs of KV' RMSN J. D. DAVISON RMSN R. L. NELSON RMSN J. L. MIREUR RMSN R. W. GREEN RM3 C. RM3 R. RM3 G. RM3 W. JACKSON CAMPBELL MONROE J JACKSON RM3 M. D. CARROLL RM3 W. J. WARD CYN3 L. W. CLARK CYN3 A. L. ROGUSKY RM3 W. J. KRYPAL RM3 M. J. MARLETTE RMS K. E. LARSON RM3 R. JONES RM3 R RM3 D: RM3 L RM3 B GREENE CREMERS COPELAND BUSH CYN3 F. E. CYN3 E. P. CYN3 R. L. DANIEL GRAHAM MILLER CYN3 W, E. KRELL CYN3 N. T. PETERSON CYNSA J. R. ARBLE CYNSA N. G. PHILLIPS 1,1 'z -K.-. 5 xN35.T.STR?Y 1 YN3 T.Ix WTll.BLT2N Yx3n,s,0n0s 1YN3J.T.0PPan 5,4 Damian X ULIW , f I f .. ,f ! - ' 1 M '-get LTJC. le. n.sL'LL1vAN , 66 ' fm . 1 ff Comm. Admin. fl, 's 1 Training Officer . f' Q 'f 4 '4 V - f S Q 4 4 f n 4 4 4 4 X 1 -Q N !Q, . " 5. DM1 G. E. HYDAR RM2 B. TURNER LI3 R. L. MORRIS RM3 W. A. BEX xx MM2 J. F. SOLIN MM2 C. A. GAMBOA MM3 J. G. DEEM MM3 H. E. SCHROWE P+-!f. MMC S. E. KITTS MMI J. L. Ii.-XGEWOOD MMI E. G. LIGHTC.-XP MM1 M. L. PABUIN FN D. R. FOSTER FA R. J. PALMER FA A. M. GIOVINCO FA G. L. BOOTH ,nv '-1+ MR3 D. E. MORRIS FN R. S. ALLEN , FN D. R. ARSENEAU FN J. R. NEAL .F f. F1 L9 7 F L I swf use UQ' 4 LCDR D G HAMH-1TONqDD CWO 13 R MA EDXZVARDS Engmeermg Offlcer Main mp S515 ngwe opcwtmewl WO 1L E STOGNER Damage Control Assistant cc wwcaa For cool au' cond1t1oned compartments d1ese1s for emergency power, fast boats for , ilberty Partles, steam for hot chow and clean aundry GVGTY day Don't cuss phone us we t ' never' close Ti 'a 1 J I I 1 131 n J I 66 ' dadadcm "B" Division is .responsible for operating, maintaining, inspecting and testing all marine boilers aboard shi p. The men Work in the firerooms and the test lab, and each does his job to provide propulsion and auxiliary power for the ship. BT3 J. J. WALD BT3 J. P. BARBER BTFN D. G. HUDDLESTON BTFN M. W. CRUMP BT2 P. GREENMAN BT2 H. A. DEJOHN BT3 R. C, HERDESURGEN BT3 R. J. STRAND .X ff x BTFN J. B. MCGUIRE FN W. A. TIFFANY BTFA L. R. SCOTT FA G. N. JOHNSON i 1 1 . I K l I Q I i r r V 51 5 4 z 9 'Z -L... V f ki Y w Y A l I I r w X I .Ak LTJG H. A. BRowN CDD Electrical Officer EMI L. A. MCNARY EM2 R. V. KREIGER EM2 A. L. CALHOUN IC3 W. A. DONNERBAUER gb x n.-JU! .X , 9 I I I 664646006 The Electrical Division er p sonnel are divided into two rating structures, Electrician Mates and Interior Com- munications Electrician M t ' ' a es. The Electrician Mates are responsible for maintaining testin and th , g o erwise servicing electricall ll ' y a generators, switchboards, dis- tribution wiring, lighting and power panels, controllers, switches if' , rect iers, motors, bus transfer panels , batteries, emergency power and li electrical tools. The Interior Communication tain, repair and otherwise service all telephones ro 7 gl' compasses, motion picture machines, engine order and telegraph, rudder angle indicator and order, wind intensit and d' ' ' ' ment. ghting and all portable Electrician Mates main- y irection, and shipboard announcing equip- ICCS J. H. BAYS EMC E. D. GORHAM EM1 B. W. BERRY EM1 D. W. CARTER .xml Vu f iw. f A 1 4 1 t w i i s 1 r w J t I-if 'E ' i . . ! 7 I n if W I l 1 7 1 5 ,J 1 fx k"T w Q P ,Q 1 ,x LJ is J 1 fx-f ANJX.-'-. QA r N: .L ,Lg g,i. LTJG M. A. REIIN FA R, L. WOODRUM FA G. L. BADGER X FA L. HANEY FA J. B. FRANSEN FA M. V. SNYDER FA L. A. VIGEN . Y ,I f f f a www ' . F' A - A'., 2 I if U, 44 1? 1 ASSiSf21nl MPA K , L el A. fl 'K QQ .. .6 , Lu 2,--xy X i EM3 R. T. EM3 D. T. EM3 J. V. ICFN J. S. X SWANSON WEBER FRANK BYARD Q, 4? f Q 7 ',f, , . 2 Q EM3 F. G. HEFFLEY EM3 R. M. TRACEY EM3 S. R. STRAWMYER EM3 G. L. MALONEY is .f 1. , K V I 3 f I I NJ 2,....,, .,..,..,.. ff ima, f -v , x X " -x v Q 9 J o 0 0 ow f 604' FN J. T. MILLER FN R. G. FESSLER FN G. DAVIS SN R. S. WEISLIK i f ' 'E 0 iv , r Ti-., IC3 R. J. LUEBEN IC3 D. BYRD IC3 D, C. MILLER IC3 B. NORTON IC3 J. R. MYRICK IC3 M. BEAUMONT IC3 R. J. WILSON IC3 J. M. HANLEY EM3 J. L. ERICKSON EM3 G. L. HOPPE 1-:Ma D. C. MOREY EM3 R. A. FORD "47f . IC3 R. W. RABY IC3 M. P. FULTS IC3 J. C, ROSCOE IC3 B. J. NORTON DC3 J. J. TRAVIS DC3 J. A. HUBBART DC3 T. ADAMS YN3 J. F. REED FN A. LAVIN FN B. J. MITCHELL FA R. T. LAMB FA J. H. BOYHAN SFP3 L. W. BEILKE SFM3 J. R. GARDNER SFM3 L. D. EDWARDS SFM3 R. M. DALBESIO SFPFN J. R. ASTIN DCFN T. A. CARRIGER FN L. R, KIPPFER FN J. P. OLSEN E 5 9 w 9 v r r 1 A 1 w 4 i .A .2 wi 4 i .Mg-4 1 in 4 1 1 w A i 4 . 4 w n 5 I-I 'f X 6. sg- S xx 0 I I I 664646006 "R" Division is responsible for a wide variety of jobs dealing with maintenance and repair of the physical structure of the ship, Their work includes welding, pipefitting, sheet and plate Work, damage control, and many other related duties. SFP2 L. O. WISEMAN SFM2 R. F. MYERS SFM2 R. J. BARTLEY DC2 W. C. SHACKLFORD SFC R. N. SUTHERS SFC B. G. PYLAND SF1 J. J. LINDSAY DC1 SMF. HARRIS 7, ', Wi Zdawdcwz M Division personnel have the responsibility for th e Operation and maintenance of the main propulsion plant which powers the ship. 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