Annapolis (AGMR 1) - Naval Cruise Book

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MYERS Copy Editor PETER KN UTSON Artist RICHARD MANIFOR SR E SM F 1 ..-gf, 1 3 I s ,Z . 1 1 1 l I f I p Q Q 4 V Q Is A rn J R I 4 A l l Q 1 Commanding fficer Captain William J. Wacker, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wacker of 5216 S. Myrtle Avenue, Seattle, Washington, attended school in Seattle including the UniVe1'SitY of Washington and earned his Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Maryland at College Park, Maryland. He joined the Navy's V5 Program on June 25, 1942 and was commissioned an Ensign and Designated Naval Aviator simultaneously on August 16, 1943 at Corpus Christi, Texas. During World War II, the Captain flew with Bombing Squadron 12 from the USS Saratoga, where he was awarded the Presidential Unit Citation, and later with Fighter-Bomber Squadron 15 and 20A, operating from various Carriers in the Pacific theatre including the USS Boxer and USS Antietam. Two and one-half years of the Korean Conflict were spent piloting R5D's and R6D's for Naval Transport Squadron Three which participated in air lift and air evacuation transport operations in Korea. Since Korea, the Captain has had duty at NATTU Glenview, Illinois, the sea- plane tender Gardiner's Bay, Heavy Attack Squadron Eight flying the A3D, the Navy's largest carrier based plane, and the Bureau of Naval Weapons, Wash- ington D.C. He has studied at the U,S, Naval War College. He commanded Fleet Air reconnaissance Squadron One fVQ-ly based in Atsugi, Japan. He served as Executive Officer of the ASW Carrier Kearsarge from January 1964 to June 1965, during which time the ship and its ASW group provided ASW support for the ships involved in the first and second "Gulf of Tonkin Incidents. " Captain Wacker finished a tour at the office of the Chief of Naval Operations, Pentagon, Washington D,C. as Assistant for Special Missions Systems fElec- tronic Warfare, Reconnaissance and Surveillancey, before his arrival aboard Annapolis. The Captain was promoted to his present rank August 1, 1964. He is married to the former Mary Lou Marutz of Bicknell, Indiana. The Wackers and their three children - Cheryl, 183 Brad, 155 and Tim, 13 - live at 11221 South Shore Road, Reston, Virginia. if Executive Officer from july 1967 to Sept. 1968 Commander Alan G. Pheasant, a native of Winthrop, Mass., was edu- cated at schools in the Boston area and graduated from Harvard University in 1951, He received his commission as an Ensign at the Harvard NBOTC ur1it. During his first five years in the Navy he served as salvage officer of the Attack Transport USS Montrose QAPA- 212y, as Operations Officer of the Destroyer Escort USS Johnnie Hutchins fDE-60y, and in billets in gunnery, engineering, and personnel adminis- tration in the Cruiser USS Worcester fC L-144yin both6th Fleet and 7th Fleet deployments. After attending the General Line School in 1956-1957, Lieutenant Pheasant then spent two years of Naval Communication Facility, as Traffic and Circuits Officer and later Communications Officer Philippines. He then spent one year as Operations Officer on the staff of Commander Escort Squad- ron Eighteen operating radar picket escort vessels i th Atl n e antic. As a Lieutenant Commander in 1961-1962, he was the Officer in Charge of the Navy Information Center QNAVICJ, the operational computer center for the Chief of Naval Operations in the Pentagon. LCDR Pheasant then served as Executive Officer of USS Purdy fDD-7345 for 18 months. In 1964- 1965, he was a student in the Command and Staff course at the Naval War College In June 1965 he ! received his Master s degree from George Washington University. He then served two years on the staff at the Naval War College as the Officer in Charge of the Navy Electronic Warfare Simulator CNEWS lu- '1 ' ' ' Q, a mu mi lion dollar electronic war gaming center. Commander Pheasant was promoted to his present rank on 1 September 1965. He reported for duty as Executive Officer of Annapolis in July, 1967. Present Executive Officer 4 Commander John P, McQuillin was graduated from the University of Idaho and concurrently commissioned Ensign in June, 1951. He married the former Marilyn L. Haney in June of 1958. The McQui11ins now make their home, with their three daughters - Susan f8J, Kathy f6J and Nancy Q41 - in South Pasedena, California, although their present resi- dence is in Coronado, California. Commander McQuillin brought to his position as Executive Officer of Annap- olis a broad base of experience in the field of communications. Early in his Naval career, as a LTJG, he was the Communications Officer of USS Electra QAKA-45. More re- cently, he spent two years as Communications Officer on the staff of Commander, South Atlantic Force, where he was promoted to his present rank on 1 October, 1965. After his tour at COMSO- LANT, CDR McQuillin headed the Communications Readiness Branch of Director Naval Communi- cations OPNAV, In the year prior to assuming his duties on Annapolis, CDR McQuillin was Deputy Assistant Commander for Operations and Readiness at Naval Communications Command in Washing- ton, D,C , In other facets of his Naval career, CDR McQuillin has been involved in a variety of shipboard assignments., As an Ensign he spent a year aboard USS Okanogan fAPA-2205 as Deck Division Of- ficer, He was Operations Officer of USS Leary fDD-8791 where he was promoted to LT in 1955. After training inactive reserves for two years at Headquarters, 3rd Naval District, the then LCDR McQuil1inwas assigned as Engineering Officer aboard USS Henrico fAPA-451 and Executive Officer of USS Cacapon fAO-521. As a student, CDR McQuillin has attended CIC Officer's School in Glenview, Ill. , ECM Officer's School at USNTC, Great Lakes, and twice he has been to USN Post Graduate School in Monterey, California. .fy M r He's leaving ? NN fficers f u 5 XA XXX F i 1 Z5 1 YJ, 71" V ws., Jw X f 7 Impossible ! wah Xiu X X5 ' X LCDR F. E. NOBLE Supply Officer LCDR M. G. SCOTT Engineering Off. LCDR K. W. BARNES Elec. Officer LCDR J, E, WILLIAMS First Lieutenant LT D. H. FITZSIMMONS Chaplain LT H. D. FURNISS Stores Officer CWO-4 EDWARD poses 5 for photo at main control. i CDR T, E. CARLSON Dental Officer LCDR R. L. REED Comm Officer LCDR W. L, OWEN Operations Officer LCDR R. G. SCHIWITZ Navigator LTW E SELLERS LTW A WEST LTR PEJIC MC LTR B . . PARKE LT L, , SON Fac Officer Traffic Officer Medical Officer CIC Officer R Traf Cc-ir SXOIEN LTJG C. L. WHISMAN CIC Officer LTJG W. M, RADCLIFFE Asst CIC Officer . ix LTJG R. P. ROY 'X Relay Officer ,-B LTJG J. F. MEREDITH Radio Officer ,xo LTJG L. E. SILLS Crypto Officer LTJG F. H. EWING CommfAdmin Off, LTJG J. J. MCCLEARY Crypto Officer 'Vx LTJG W. R. HAYES JR Asst. lst. LT, F. E LTJG R, D. VANN lst. Div. Officer LTJG D. L. DAY Disbursing Off. Ns., l""f' ENS D, L, BUCHANAN ENS J, M, FORD ENS J. L. JAEHNIG ENS D. P. PATRICK ENS A, C, JOHNSON d' Elec. Mat. Off. Gunnery Officer Asst. Navigator 2nd Div. Officer RPS Custo 1a.n -JV. f r 1 I L 1 Q I V 1 V w 1 I r ,, ENS S. J. WILKINSON Admin Assistant ENS L, G. GERMANY Crypto Officer ENS C, T. OTHMER MPA ENS R. E. ROLLOFF 3rd Div. Officer ENS G. W. PAGE III Food Service Off. CWO2 R.. W. ALLEN Mess. Center Off. WO1 C, W, CONTI Ship's Store Off. WO1 L. E. STOGNER Damage Control Asst. WO1 A. C. OLSHEFSKI Personnel Officer WO1 J. A, ARREOLA Terminal Sys. Mat, WO1 G, C, RIGGS Asst. MPA A gift from the city of Maryland on dis- play in the Wardroom lounge A '-29 A :PQ ,p-Qi if wwf' xg' Q5 X -5, ,,,.asr"n "'w-:E-'rv N..ef-1 ff' ADMI YNC H, J, KEATING Massachusetts YN2 K. R, STEELE Oregon YN3 J, P, FREANEY Pennsylvania YN3 R, L, GUERIN Pennsylvania Admin Department fthe pencil pushers and typewriter hacksy handles most of the ship's clerical Work. They process the creW's records in the Personnel Office, correspond and pro- cess officer's records in the Captain's Office, administer tests and distribute correspondence courses in the Education and Training Office, skate in the PAO Office, administer legal ad- vice and other related matters in the Legal Of- fice, ship you over in the Career Counselor's Office, bring word from home in the Post Of- fice, keep you in touch with HIM in the Chap- lain's Office and last but not least there are the watch dogs of the ship, the MAA Force. far. , I da? ,X After 49 days at sea-- "What ? ? You want to order a course on the far out sex habits of the 3U109b3- ?' PN2 E, A, FELLMAN California CYN3 W. B. MYERS Tennessee SN P, A. KNUTSON California SN R, A. MANIFOR California PNSN L. J. MINTER Kentucky PN1 H, A. REYEL Philippines PN2 G. L. BENTON Kansas PN2 R. A. GREENLEE California PN3 J. W. TROXELL Arizona PN3 E , SHANE BERGER Indiana PN3 J , L, SCANAVINO California YN3 L. N. TAUALA California SN L, R, COLEMAN Oklahoma SN J, T, GONZALES New Mexico SN H. L. RICHTER Ohio SN R. S. HAGOOD Texas SN D. E. MCDOUGAL California X53 wma 2 . , S Y X if' 1 ,94 Af H Q X M S. . SV A gyy , , Q , ,Ewan Va ,xx Q W M QW E , L Viwggfiwb' KA LM K D' 1 if-1 RM2 J, B, BYRON California BT2 A, N, CHAVARRIA New Mexico BMC D, E, ANGDAHL Washington RM1 J, J, SOLTIS Illinois RM1 G. J. YORK Arkansas ICCS J. H, BAYS Washington -YN3 R. S. WEISLHC Michigan SN R. D, ARNETT California SN A. T. BERBENA C aliiornia SN M, WHITEHEAD Arnett and Berbena sort the morning mail ' Indiana Weislik with "the guard" K.s-v"'S? lisa. fi pr ,.., , 2 f , K s ' Q. x. f cz.. 5. x 4, k., " u x. , 4- is el- 2 , 4 Q 1. S ' V -1 ' , 1 9 S. H in . I 4' Q un 1 NVKKWR, ,A . Vg 'vi U 'llluq-,,.-S "M-""":-.v-. r FS xx r .l.b.F .fi 4 9 L- 5 I Q X QQ, Km CCMM RMC L.W. PORCH1-A Arkansas RM1 L.R. HASTINGS Wyoming DM2 A.L. STENINGER Arizona CYN3 W. P, MURACH North Dakota CYN3 R. C . HOWE CYN3 D,A, BERGMAN Minnesota CYN3 W.M. SPAIN Washington CYN3 G,C, LARKINS California LI3 R,L, MORRIS Tennessee C.A. Div. The C is for congenial and convivial, crafty and clever fsee acrobaticj, cabal, cai- tiff, confused and comicg anything but credibly au- thentic fsome refuse to be- ' lieve it even existsy. The A 5 fb is for ANNALOG Qcensored at coagulated corpsey, anony- mous, acrobatic fsee draw- ingj, artistic, anti, any, and . . . .uh, actually anybody who knew what CA meant left last July. Maine CYN3 R.G. LAMAR Tennessee CYN3 S.M. KAUFFMAN Wisconsin CYN3 M.A. ALBERS Pennsylvania YN3 T.D. SMOCK L .1 is? 1 N K 1 I 1 i U I RMCS M,E, PINTON California RMC J ,D, MAIN Washington RMC CHZRISTOPHERSON California RMSN A. B. ADAMS New York RM3 J .S, AZOK Alaska RMSN R.S. BADOWSKI Illinois RMSN R,D, BAKER Colorado CYN3 J.J. BALSAMA Pennsylvania M X , X, f T X ,, , ,, 7 ,A , fm 2 ff W ' , f 6231210 W C.T. Div. In answer to the question, "What is CT Division," CDR D. F. HART: "That information is obtainable on a need to know basis only. " LT WEST: "I don't know what it is, but it better square away." LTJG ROY: "Oh, it's just the most marvelous group of ICHIBAN men." CWO-2 ALLEN: "Dingaling! " CYN3 J ,E, BARR Colorado CYN3 R.L. BERGLUND Colorado RM3 D.P. BETTAG Indiana RMSN J,W, BINNS Iowa RM3 J,V. BLOOD Maryland RMSN L.A. BORN Washington S 'K 5 . . . 3 RM3 R.E. CLARK ' Texas RM2 S,P, CLAY lllinois RM1 D.E. COLE California CYN3 T,E, CONNOR Pennsylvania FINN changes a tape on a TTY machine. .V ,..J:. RMSN L.G. BRADBERRY Texas RM3 G.A, BRADLEY New York RMSN J.A. BREMER Michigan RMSA P,M, CALLAGHAN Louisiana RMSN D,H, CARLEY Pennsylvania RM2 M,D, CARROLL Michigan CYN3 C,E, CARTER California RM2 B,A, CARVALHO Hawaii 5l Lim' l RMSN R,c, CRAWFORD RMSN W.C. DAVIS Nevada North Carolina . RM3 S, P, DYE Arkansas RMSN R. E. EDWARDS Illinois RM3 ERSKIN E Colorado RMSN J .D. ERWIN Kentucky RM3 M.L. FINN Nevada RMS F.G. FORRY Texas CYN3 B.M. FRITZ Pennsylvania RMSN J,W, HALECHKO Missouri RM3 E,J. HALL Florida RMSN D,V, DEEIXI California RMSN G S DIAL California RMSN L E DIETZ Nebraska RM3 M L DYE Arkansas HOLLIFIELD works over a TTY machine in Relay, . X W' xy.. x......r . -..V .N. , n r ...af A S. ' 1 1 RM3 G, E , HAWKINS California CYN3 S.H. HEDGES Colorado RMSN S.H. HEINS California RM3 G,L, HENDRICKS Louisiana CYN3 T,M, HOFFMAN Missouri RM3 H,K, HOLCOMBE Hawaii RMSN E . L, HOLLAND Oregon RMSN J,E, HALLER California RM3 R,L, HAMILTON North Carolina RMSN L,F, HAND Illinois RMSN L,E, HARDING Indiana RMS F.V. HOLLIFIELD North Carolina RMSN D.E. HOLMAN Missouri RMSN S.N. HOPPER California RM2 D,J. HUNT Florida 4.4 1 RM3 W,A. LAMSON Pennsylvania RMSN J,R, LEVESQUE New Hampshire RMSN S.G. LORADITCH California CYN3 R,A, LOTTS Indiana RM3 J, M, MALECKI Michigan CYNSN MCCONAGHY Pennsylvania RM2 K.W. KOCH Minnesota RMSN T.A, KOCH Washington RMSN D.R. KOENIG California RMSN N.J, LABORDE Louisiana R313 W.C. INABNETT Florida RMSN L,P, JONES Oklahoma RMSN M.L. JURGENSEN Nebraska RMSN F,J, KLSAK Illinois HEY CHIEF! Who is this Dow Jones dude? pp---Z I, ,H me wi sk ei -. Q " ,, " 8 'M xi , I 'Q hh 'i l Tx urs' FTW' T. ,, .,,-, .,.,,.., ,M , s. . I . RM2 W.N. NEWBURN Colorado CYN3 J ,E. NICKOLSON Illinois RM3 D,P, NORDINE Oregon RM2 P,E, NOYES Vermont RM3 J.T. O'CONNELL Texas RMSN S. PADILLA California l, V ......,.l..'..11i--Jmf ,. .-.mf.mpg,g RM3 R,W. MQELHINNEY Iowa CYN3 D.L, MEHLIG Oklahoma RM1 H.D. MILLER Texas RMSN P,G. MINER Indiana RM3 J . MINJAREZ Colorado RM1 QSSJ K.W. MURKOT Michigan RMSN P,M, MYERS Ohio RMSN R.N. NELSON Oregon CHIMNOSKI and TAPPIN check what's on the wipe. U-vi'-n RMSN G.,R. RIDDLE Michigan RM2 G.L. RIES California RM3 R.E, ROBERTS Nevada RM2 D.H. ROCKWELL California RM2 R. L, ROGERS Kentucky RM3 T,D, ROTHWELL Washington RMSN J ,C, RUDD California RM1 A,D, RUSHING Texas if RM3 T.M. QUINN New York RM2 R.F. RHODES Texas CYN3 C .A. PAYNE New Me:-:ico RMSN J. P. PERCL-XCCANTO New Jersey RMSN R.E. PRESTON Kentucky RM1 MAI, PULLIAM California TWT' T :H ' -'fx I fy ,T So, he called you a twidget. . . And what did you do then ? .N 1 4 . "K X .Ol-s 'Ni -Pm. 7 25 ,Pi-- V ,.,,,dvwMHm I W BERGLUND changes routing indicators in Message Center wa' -,ng CYNSN R.J. SCHUCK Ohio RM2 S. SHIMNOSKI Michigan RMI T,D. SILVA Oregon RM2 M,B. SMALL California RMSN J,L. SNYDER Texas RM2 G,A, STATEN Texas RM3 H. STEFANICH Colorado RM2 D. SUTHERLAND Texas RM3 D.A. TACHENY Minnesota RMSN G,A, TADDEO Kansas RM2 D.E. SALSMAN New York RMSN P.N. SALZMAN Texas RM1 L.W. SAUNDERS Florida RM3 F,W, SCHMIDT Oklahoma H1115 W T W I W 4 ,rf , aff: W ,- W-,V . - - -91.1 -y-'fs- -vw -FM .1 w M-fi RM3 B.C. TAPPIN Missouri RM2 E.D. TOLLIN New Mexico RM2 J,K, VANDERVEER Wisconsin RM2 J. H, WATKJNS North Carolina ,Y X you ' 7 RMSN B. WHEELER RM3 B.C. WHITE Michigan Mississippi RM3 W,E, WHYTE RMSN J,F, WILLIAMS New York California RMSN SALZMAN DOUBLE CHECKING RNI2 L,E , WILLIAIVIS RNI2 L,F. WILSON R512 DUE. WISE California California P9f1f1SY1Va11ia RM2 J,E, WITTENSTROM New York Z7 RMC Y.li. lflillili South Carolina KMC D.Li. GIIAIL-XM lexus imc J.1., I,0liliNZ Illinois RMC G.L. Sli.-XNK Pennsylvania RMC J.A. WALLACE R311 L.G. BLACKWELL California RMI J,W, CAMPBELL Ioxm RMI J,R. HARRYBIAN California o CC. Div. Through the control room, CC DIV makes certain that the transmitters and receivers are operating on the correct frequencies. Comprised mostly of 2nd class and above, they are the 2nd smallest of Comm divi- sions. 1. IU!! ILM. P.-'iris R3l1W,ll, ROLIAIAN Pennsylvania Ohio RHI XLR. V-'lll'I.-X'I'l.lfY mn .I,'r, Xu LLL-1.315 L'm'3n3 Colorado uf, RMI L,W, WALLER5 Illinois RM2 G. Nl. BARRON C'nlifo1'ni:1 Nl . Q ," 2 9 L ' FJ' -' 1 - is L L . iw I5 xx xii xm -E if J-IV:-Yivgf "-I A 255.54 XL' gii- m,1,4,,:.L I r,Qy ro GET OUT 'N THE Swv once A week 'foo' IT Keeps me .v5A1.1'HY I lg RM3 B.Y. SMITH Virginia RM3 R.R. WIGGER Washington RMSN C.W. MINEHAN Wisconsin RMSN R.A, STANDFUSS Minnesota RM3 W,J. BALDWIN Pennsylvania RM3 R W EASTWOOD California RM2 J, L. FORMAN Texas RM2 A, L, FRANCIS Louisiana RM2 W, M, LEMAY Nebraska RM2 D,E. LUTES Washington RM2 R.E. MAXWELL California RM2 D. PRESSMAN North Carolina RM2 R.W. ROBERTSON Minnesota RM3 S.L, BAKER Indiana RM3 T, J, ORTGIES Nebraska CYN3 J. LENNOX California RMSA R, E , LINNE Indiana ,Z C.E. Div. Whether by small boat or by helo, CE DIV personnel are often moving around t.he fleet giving assistance to ships that are unable to repair their own gear or who are in need of train- ing. On board ANNA, they are vital to the upkeep of both Comm gear and radar equipment. I-1 ETC C,A, CREWS Virginia ET1 A.R. BROWN South Carolina ET1 J,B. GILBERT Georgia ET1 L,P, HAWLEY New York DS1 M.D. HAZZARD South Dakota ET1 A, L. LAMONT Florida ET1 N.L. MCCRADY Ohio ET1 H,B, NICHOISON Mississippi ETN2 F. A. BARTLETT Kansas ETN2 R,A, BRAITHWAITE New York ETN2 L,E, CAPLINGER Ohio ETN2 W.D, COLLINS Missouri ETN2 L, A, MILLER Missouri ETN2 F, H, M, NESTLER Wisconsin ETN2 D,J, OWLETT Pennsylvania ETN2 C,W, PITMAN Indiana ETN2 R.P. RECOB Missouri ETN2 RJ. STERN Wisconsin ETN2 J,,A. WENDT Minnesota ETN2 D.L. WESTERMAN Kansas ETN2 D,W, VVILMOTH Florida ETN3 F. BOBIAK Illinois ETN3 D.L. BOSNICK Washington ETN3 D , L, DOUBLEDAY California - sf... .JA-.. AAL.-..,v .m....-n.w...i -...av ug -..f 181 V, 11 i - ,N f I ETR3 J,W. DOYLE Utah ETR3 D.P. ETTER Arizona ETN3 R.E. GRAFF Montana DS3 J.R. HOLMES Oregon ETN3 L.A, HORSTMAN Alabama ETN3 R,A, JONES Kansas 3 ii, Q. , . And after that if it doesn't work, lnve ERB give it a couple of quick karate chops. . . ,then we can order anew one. I E 1' if O Nw It looks good on paper, but 1777" X, I 1 O09 ETN3 R.C. JONES Wisconsin ETN3 R.J. KENDALL Washington ETR3 M.J. KINNEY Illinois ETN3 J,R, LAMSKI Minnesota ETN3 C , B, LOSCHY Minnesota ETR3 L, P, MOULIN Iowa ETN3 R,L, MULLER Oregon ETN3 F,W, PELFREY Alabama ETN3 R,W, ROSS Wisconsin ETN3 D.R. ROWE California CYN3 M.D. SASS Wisconsin ETN3 H. S. SCRUGGS Florida ETN3 R.G. TABEL California ETNSN J,A, HAMMOND Texas ETNSN F,A, PAQUETTE California CYNSN N.G. PHILLIPS California MEDICAL . E H8zD Div. Sick Call, Man Overboard and Rescue and Assistance drills, first aid lectures, sanitation inspections, emergency cases, minor surgery and dental work, and especially lab work, i.e. blood tests, all serve to keep H8zD very busy indeed. I DT2 J .D. KIRKLAND New Jersey HM2 L.G. SILGA California HM3 R.L. GILLESPIE California HM3 T.W. REVELL Ohio HM3 W. T. TYLER Florida DT3 R. M. WEATHERS Georgia DN J .W. McHALE California HN T. B. ULAPPA Oregon HN G. P. VANDERBILT New York ! l f I f 4 w 4 w 1 4 E I 4 GPS ,Ar , V f L Y n , YY . K Q RDC C. W. SINGLETON Texas QM2 L. P. KOZLOWSKI New York RD2 D.C. ROCKWELL California RD2 T.M. WATT Pennsylvania QM3 M.B. BOBO California SM3 J.E. BREEDEN Maryland QM3 R.L. BRINKMAN Indiana RD3 R. L. HOWARD Arkansas CYN3 D.J. MATKINS South Dakota QM3 R.C. MCQUILIGN California ps. Div. Operations include the Navigator with his Quarter- master assistants, Signalmell, Radarmen and one Twidget. The QM's take over the helm and lee helm when Special Sea Details and GQ are called away. During the yard period, Ops sported a somewhat noteworthy bowling team, but they fell into disrepute when discovered practicing clandestine gouging ceremonies. 4 I 4 QM3 J B PLATO C8.1LfOI'Illa RD3 J P RUSSELL AIIZODH RD3 R P SCHMITT Colorado RD3 G SWINCONOS Tennessee SM3 R M WELLS Ohlo QMSN D A ANNABELLI Pennsylvama MCQUILKIN takes the Lee Helm durmg GQ ,-1.-n. '15 SMSN G.L. MCCLINTICK Idaho RDSN D.W. MCDONALD California RDSN O. F. NOHRE Oregon SN W. L. PAGE California a P""-'A' QMSN R. K. RIDDLE Utah SN M. L. SCOTT :Q 1 fri Wyoming i f SNSM T. J. TINDELL Louisiana Z in QMSA J.c. COWARD Pennsylvania is 1 JM 4' ye Y . , .-.--,.- V v. ,, DECK 1 wif. ,. -num-.-Q v, lst Div. At the sound of Reveille six mornings a week, Petty Officers in lst, 2nd and 3rd Divisions climb out of their bunks and move around their compartments rousting out the heavier sleepers. It is cold and damp outside that early in the morning, and the sun doesn't seem to have the courage to climb out of Mt. Fuji's shadow, but there is work to be done. The ship is making prep- arations for getting underway. By 0700 everybody has either eaten or will go without. In the foc's1e, lst Div. begins faking down their lines and 2nd and 3rd are doing the same thing on the sponsons and fantail. Ratguards are removed from the seven lines holding the ship to the pier. On the boat deck, the Captain's Gig and Officer's Motor Boat are secured for sea. 0830 The word comes down from the bridge over the sound powered telephones. Cast off all lines. Shift Colors. Underway. Lines are hauled in fore and aft, and stowed away. The anchors are secured for sea in the foc'sle, and the ship slowly makes its way through the harbor. fContinued p 415 BMC J .J . HOLLOWAY New Jersey BMl R. P. STINNETTE Virginia BM2 D. L. HYDEN California BM2 R.M. MEARKLE Pennsylvania BM3 G. W. STEVENS Washington SN M.R. ALLEN Georgia SN R.L. BACA California SN V. C. BRITTINGHAM Maryland SN R. E. CAVE Virginia BMSN T. P. GAY California BMSN J . C. LINCOLN California SN D.W. LYDEN . Washington SN R.D. MARTIN Iowa SN M.A. MODINE X Utah SN J . NORIEGA New York SN G. W. PEREZ California SN S. H. PETERS Wisconsin SN W.L. PHARAOH Idaho SN D.D. PUCCETTI New Mexico When Sea Detail is secured an hour later, the Deck Apes take over the helm, lee helm, lookout and fan- tail watches. Each man stands two watches a day, shifting from one to the other. "Flight Quartersg Flight Quarters" is sounded over the 1MC by the Bos'n Mate of the Watch and 2nd Div. gfflx SA J.J. HOLLISTER California SA M.A. JOHNSON California SA W. J. ROSE Louisiana SA R. L. WALL California 'S i Q'- scrambles for the Antenna Deck. "All hands man your Flight Quarters stations. The Caterpillar Forklift ambles on to the elevator which slowly rises to the level of the Antenna Deck while fire crews lay out their hoses, a rescue detail mans one of the motor whale boats and the flight director positions his men on the flight deck. fContinued p 423 Q V . .1 ff S 'I Qs ' S. i Water gushes up the hawse pipes fleftp during heavy seas. BM2 W.C. GREENE New Jersey BM2 R.L. SIMPSON California BM3 I. F. DEVORE Kansas BM3 E.G. SULLIVAN Arizona SN R.A. BASCO California SN J .A. BYLER Texas SN R. W. DAILEY Texas SN L. A. GODBOLD Mississippi 2nd Div. The helo comes in fast, hovers a few feet off the deck, and then settles down. There is a quick exchange of mail for geedunks and it's off again, Routine, executed with precision and speed. The Gunner's Mates of Fox Div. , While running a routine preventive maintenance check of the 3"50 caliber guns, discover a problem with the after starboard mount. The loading mechanism is jamming on every other firing. There will be a gunshoot the next day so it must be re- paired quickly. The Chief Gunner's Mate is notified and he goes down to direct the detailed inspection that will be required to find the fault. fContinued p 441 . . . and then when you finish here Mr. FORD, I think STINNETTE has something for you to do, V. J P It SN B.D. HILLY Michigan SN R. KIMBLER Kentucky SN M.A. LORADITCH California SN R.W. NEELY Washington SN C.R. TUTER Oregon SA R.J. ASHENBRENER Arizona SA J. DAVIS California SA R.A. JACKSON California The helo pilots pre- sented ANNA with this memento of apprecia- tion, just before their final take-off on the 18th Patrol, for all the geedunks of the past year. A , Il, 7.- fx 9 it ' .--gb-Wx BM2 D.W. TAYLOR West Virginia Div' ggS1?g1i.scHvs11ND 1130. Dinner for the crew is sounded and everybody lmocks off ship's work. Some take advantage of the time by catching a quick catnap after the meal. At 1300 the sidecleaners don life jackets and, with paint in hand, return to the ceaseless job of keeping up the bright appearance ofthe ship. Part of 2nd Div. has been moved up from the Boat Deck, where they were working in the morning, to the catwalks on the Antenna Deck. fContinued P 46? SN D. A. BAUER Ohio -i SN R. E. BAZZETT Florida SN D.J. BRENNER California SN J .R. CROSSLAND California SN L.N. FANENE Hawaii ...QI r A F V K SN G.L. GUINN Oklahoma SN R.W. JONES Washington SN C.N. LACAILLADE Vermont 44 t 5 . S ni ' .,, .,., -f...,,,,,,-si , ,tn SN D. F. MURPHY California SN R. E. ROBICH Pennsylvania SN D. ROBINSON Utah SN S. S. SUTTON Florida SN C. M. VII.-LALOBOS California SA E. L. HARRIS California VIL LALOBOS takes the helm when the normal under- way Watch is set following GQ- .. .-..-f SN R. LOPEZ California SN J. MacKAY Ohio SN T.J. MARTIN Ohio SN D. T. MISER West Virginia Fox Div. The Gunner's Mates are having trouble finding the problem in the loading mech- anism. 1500. A pre-firing briefing is called away for the mount captains and 3rd Div. goes down to the crew's train- ing room for a medical lecture. fCon- tinued p 47 3 A STEPPICK runs a preventive maintenance systems check. .Y ..1L'I,2 FTG2 J.K. ADAMS California GMG2 R.E. BANNER Ohio GMG2 R. P. CONDIT Colorado GMG2 P.D. MONTAGUE Ohio GMG3 J .N. BROWN Wyoming GMG3 B.J. FILHOWSER Wisconsin S 4 I P , A I As the sun slides down its arc, the Antenna Deck is cov- ered with a maze of criss crossing shadows and the deek crew begins packing up its tools. The Gunner's Mates are replacing the faulty linkage in the loading meeh- anism. They will be working late in order to have it ready for the next day's gun shoot. Hoping they haven't pulled a II1idWHtCh, the B0S'Y1 Mates check the watch bill. And as they are getting ready for supper, those who did get one think about getting to bed earlyg while thgse that did11't think about going to the evening movie and the whole ship starts to settle down for a night at sea. fRightj Catelina gets set to use the Directer during a GQ exercise. ' - FTG3 G.S. POZNIAK Illinois FTG3 F. P. VELISHEK Minnesota SN F.J. FLESCH Ohio SN J. R. JUCKSCH California FTGSN T.A. STEPPICK Texas GMGSN P.W. TONY Alaska SN W. D. WHITE California V f--ularg. -if 1 i I flefty Sandblasting. Qabovej The barnacles on the rudder had been building up for 20 months. Sul fabovey The unusually flat belly of ANNA provides this hidden yard worker with a plentiful, if some- what risky, supply of shade. .ga J 'M 1'f,.z"f,,1Z ,Q-'gan' ' t fwfr I UPPLY , Y1 SK2 A,w, MILLER Q- Alabama l SK3 D,G. DONOVAN Texas . 5 SK3 L.C . EVANS Califomin SKI! T . J. SCHW.-XRTZ Illinois SK1 M. H. ALVAREZ Florida SK1 F. S. MAYORCA Philippines 'SK1 C.C. VERGARA Philippines SK1 R.L. WILLLAMSON Ohio S-1 Div. Being confronted with a 1250 for the first time can be a harrowing experience. First you have to go down to Supply Tech Library and fumble around in the cat- alogue trying to find the fsn number. Being able to read backwards is an asset at this point. GUM, BUB- BLE NAVY IS. GREY ONLY. After finding it, you start' filling ir1 the form. C . ISSUE-TURN IN. Check turn in. Nobody, but nobody gets issued GUM, BUB- BLE-GREY ONLY, If however you are nobody, check issue and move down to J .URG'Y. You must need it desperately for something like tying down your rack or resoling your shoes. Check URG'Y. If you are stumped on O. SHIP HULL NO. , do one of two things. a. Make a terrific scene by ripping your hair out, tearing the form into shreds, throwing it at the closest non-rated body and mumbling incoherently while you stomp Off. b. Put down the first thing that comes into your head. If you chose b, continue filling out the form by COPYUIE: exactly as they are in the book, items 1 through 9. But when you get to item 10, use your imagination' to thI'0W them off the track a little. The best thing to put in item 10 is your LPO's service. After putting in the dates finish it off with item T. Remarks. Put in either Out- standing, Excellent, Good, Bad or Rotten for the kind of help you got in illing out the form. .....f-. . .. L., 1.:Lg-,. - SKSN S, WOLF Texas SN G.H. RADER Ohio ::,,. ... ' -A.,Lea-,Mesa ' SN W. L. RICHARDSON Florida SN J,H, TALAVERA New Mexico SK2 WALTERS processes over 2000 1250 forms each month. SN L A WAYNE Illmois SN J W WRIGHT JR. Pennsylvania SA D,A, CUNNTNGHAM California SK2 H. F . WALTERS Indiana - Div. Tasty, wholesome, and attractive meals are most important to the health and well being of the crew. The cooks of Food Service Division bear well the responsibility of in- suring that the crew gets that stand- ard of meals. The Navy bears well the responsibility of insuring the crew. 'a -s'X eq Cv: WN 'S-'Y lin., CS1 R.E. HOOPER Tennessee CS1 J , MAIER South Carolina CS1 T.J. SAYLOR California CS2 L,H, BRYAN Virginia CS2 G,C, FREE Georgia CS2 W,L, HENRY Indiana CS2 J.R. RICHARD New York CS2 L.R. SMITH Florida CS2 W,A, STEWART Kentucky CS2 L,D. WHITE Florida CS3 L. COX Illinois CS3 T,H, ELLIS South Carolina CS3 J.F. MANNING South Dakota SK3 M.C. SIMON New York SN J .L. KERLIN South Dakota SN W,G. SHOWN Maryland S-4 Div. The Bank of America offers 5 lf4'Z7 interest on savings. The disbursing office shells out 10fZ,. The Bank of ' 3""L':'- 'M wvwfr f . ' " V ' f' - F W' 57 1 X if 'frflfk America uses your savings to finance profitable loans. Now, just what is it that the disbursing office does to mali so much more money than the Bank of America., ,, , Hmmm ? ? , 'Hn DK1 E, CADELINA Philippines DK3 W, L, HURSH Ohio DK3 D.J. NELSON California DKSN A, CAPPELLA Florida SN L,E, HENRY California W 4 W fy, S-3 iv. The ship's servicemen are scattered all over the ship, providing an able substitution for the services offered by small business. Gedunks, clean laundry, clothes, haircuts, and mer- chandise available either in the ship's store or by special order. Just a light trim around the edges, please ? Sure thing kid SHCS R.L. MILLER Missouri SH2 W,E, ATKJNS Indiana SH2 H. DANIELY California , 4 i f 2 2525 """""-ff-W SH2 L, NICORA New Jersey SH2 W,C, WITTS New Jersey SH3 A,C, COLE Texas SH3 C ,M. MOGAVERO New York SH3 E,V, MOORE Virginia SH3 R.J. ROMBERGER Kansas SN S,M. BATISTE Louisiana SN B,E, BOGGS Kentucky w SN F.W, COLEMAN Idaho SN D.D. DRUSSELL Alabama SN C . J. HUNTLEY Ohio SN K.A. KEENE Florida SN E. MILES Texas SN P,C, MURPHY Wyoming SN L,E , SMITH Ohio SHSN J.E. WHITE Maryland SA M,S. CUEVAS California SA J.R, GUAJARDO California SD2 E T HAYNES SD3 F-S- BACOSA: P , California Philippines Wg ,ff SD2 H.T. PORTUGAL SD? EBU-EN Philippines Phllippmes SD3 p,B, ALCANTARA SDE3.F.P. FRANCL4 Philippines Phlllppmes SD3 A,G, GARINGO SD3 R.G. REALICA Philippines Philippines Sometimes on a steamy night in the Tonkin Gulf, you can go down to the Wardroom and wrangle a bucket of ice out of the stewards. Sometimes. They aren't seen around the SD3 J. P. SAWAL Philippines I vs ship that much, until they put together a championship volleyball team. Then it's dangerous to be around the boat deck. You Tlf IFF. V. FERRER TN E , M. HERNANDO TN N, L, LIMC OLIOC Phlllppines Philippines just don't get in the Way of a Garingo spike. .az-A Q-wk Z , 1 .4 u GI EERI A :-1-1 -..-. -MW .MMA ,-g-g,.N,...i., ,.,.k,L....s...w.,,.L, BT2 R.M, GREENMAN Michigan BT2 M,H, JONES North Carolina BT2 R,G, WELSEK New Jersey BT3 R, L, BUSH New York BT3 R,E, COOPER Alaska BT3 D,L, HOLYFIELD Louisiana BT3 L.L. KLOTZBACH Iowa BT3 R.D. PFENDLER New York BT3 T,L, SIMPSON Texas BT3 D,,L, SNYDER California FN W, APONTE New York FN W,A, BAZE Oregon FN D.R. PHILLIPS California FN L.J. PONTE California FN. G,D, POTTER Washington FN D,H, PUFAHL Kansas FN L,A, SMITH Washington FN K.L. TENTE Illinois FN H,E, TONGLET Louisiana FN R,F, WASSER New Jersey FA L,A, VIGEN Minnesota FA R,J, SAFRAN Ohio BTFA L,R, SCOTT New York BT3 N,D, WALD North Dakota Q BTFN D,,A, CAMPBELL West Virginia FN W.A., CHAMBERS Massachusetts FN P.P. CHATOT Vermont FN J,,K, DAUGHTRY Georgia BTFN B.R. JAHN California FN S.E, LAM Oregon FN R.A. LIOTTA New York FN D.F. MOORE Connecticut 'il-. E Div. The IC MEN supply us with music to Work by, gyros to steer by, and movies to see over again. When the Lord said, "Let there be light, " E Division sat up and took notice. 1 IC2 J.L. SCHMIDT Wisconsin IC2 R.E. SIMONSEN Washington IC2 D.G. STONER California EMCS W, L, YOST Illinois ICC W.J. LAFLUER Illinois EM1 T.L. CUMMINGS Florida IC1 J,F, CUSHMAN Connecticut ' IC1 D.R. MONGEAU Michigan IC1 R,D, THORIN , Wyoming IC2 W.D. BURLESON Mississippi EM2 T,A, EMERSON Georgia EM2 R.V. KREIGER California EM2 L.L. LEVERTON Texas 'xix s?xSix i x S ,s""A T i 1 S EY' ,f is EM2 STREGE rewiring the night UNREP lights. EM3 J.R. MCKENNA -Alabama EC3 N,R. SHREVE North Carolina EM2 J.,R. STREGE Wisconsin IC2 VAN SLOOTEN Minnesota IC3 M. BEAUMONT Minnesota IC3 S.H. THORSON Minnesota EM J,A, WALLACE Michigan FN J ,C, ARNOLD Michigan ICFN J,D, BROWN Virginia ICFN L,L, FLESCI-LER Oregon ICFN J .A. KEIBLER Pennsylvania EMFN G. L. NADEAU North Carolina FA T.L. CONNOR Michigan MR1 F,K, PIEPER Hawaii MM1 J .F. SOLIN Minnesota MM2 D,R, FOSTER California EN2 R, L, FREDERICK Ohio MM2 S,E, HAYS Texas EN3 G, L, BLAIR Washington I -.n , A Div. . . three. . . 11WO. . . one. . . So went the countdown on that eventful 18th Patrol when each day, it seemed, another AC Unit broke down, They're on, theyfre off, , , one. . . two. , , almost two lf2, , , almost one 1!2, , ,A DIV scrambled madly, investing hundreds of off hours in trying to get them back on the line, There was an expectant hush, soft tip- toes, the CO was heard on the 1MC, people prayed, BUT NOW, we have four, brand new, big, beautiful AC Units. The countdown is Enished. . . we hope. Many people say that A and R Divisions are almost inseparable. Right-roo, just flip the next page and there's R-DIV, They are famous for their volleyball team, fighting fires, starting fires. . . .AKJR combined during the overhaul period in accomplishing an impressive 'amount of repair work. MMS H, J, ECKLUND Illinois FN G, L, BOOTH Oregon MMFN D, L, CARVER California FN D,R, CLECKNER Ohio MMFN B.G. COTMAN New York FN G,R, ETHIER Massachusetts FN J .C. FORMAN Oregon FN G.,E. FRYE Wisconsin W,:k?fAL'.., -X FN E.D. IGEWEL South Dakota FN R.C. LAFONTAINE Massachusetts MMFN B.F. POMEROY California FA J .A. DLAZ California FA M.W. MATHEWS Michigan FA D, E, PARKER Missouri FA N , R, PRATL Wisconsin FA D , E, SHARP Ohio FA P. R. THOMPSON Pennsylvania MR3 NOONAN uses a milling machine to make a round peg fit unto a square hole. I XX -, .mm , ,. . , , gr , iw. 47 ,,.-,,..-- , . 2 s -f ,ggi-'.1.-'i'lwi, , A , ' A, gg A ? X 32, ,Z f ?- ,, Y S Y X XX A i E DCCS R.N. SUTHERS Ohio SFC R.S. SCHAEFER New Jersey SFM2 M,U, MATUA American Samoa DC3 L,W, BONES Oregon DC3 P,E, DAVENPORT California SFM3 D, L, ENGLISH Massachusetts JL ig-ff SFM3 F.W. HOFFLINGER Kansas SFP3 D.K. KARNES Ohio DC3 R,N, MILLER Pennsylvania SFM3 V,J, MUSCARELLO Louisiana SFM3 R, L, NOACK Texas DC3 T,W, NORRIS North Carolina SFM3 P,W, RUESCH Utah FN A, J, BUONAMANO Massachusetts FN J,E, MCMAHON Pennsylvania FA D. L. BOYD Michigan FA S,E, KJNGSLEY Wisconsin FA N, P. RICH Michigan vn MMCS C, P, DODGE Illinois M Div. The 41 Machinist Mates operate the three evaporators that goes to the boilers where it is turned distill the water that into steam whence it returns to the firerooms where it is used to drive the two 8000 hsp turbines that drive the screws that push us through the water at 18 knots. BUT - when the Captain says "All ahead flank, ", . . one kettle drum and 41 oars are put into action. MMC W, A , MCDONALD Michigan California MM1 R.L. CARMEN Ohio MM1 J .S. HOOPER Maine MM2 A,J, LEGER Louisiana MM2 L,C, SHAW Washington MM2 P. WOOLSEY Texas MM3 W,P, ANDERSON New York MM3 ROW, THORIN Wyoming FN M,K, CASSIDY California MMFN J.E, CROCKETT Oregon - FN M,R, CURTIS Texas FN S, DISPENZA New Jersey FN L.J. FISCHER Louisiana MM1 J.A. BURNETT 1 W wk 1""""-Q' FA P.J. ESCOLA Washington FA D.F. GEORGE Washington FA J ,N, JONES Louisiana FA T,W, MENSHOUSE Kentucky FA C.M. TINKHAM FA A,M, WAGNER MWA M W WI MMFN R.L. FREED Missouri FN J .E. MARTIN West Virginia FN T.J. McLAY New York MMFN R,L, MEECE Kentucky FN J .H, PERRY Massachusetts FN P.C. RUSSELL New York MMFN L.E. STEARNS Ohio FA J .G. DEWITT Pennsylvania , . . LSON FA MDF. LABORDE Ohm California Texas WRIGHT Flguisiana Z 2 Q Z 1 S 5 'Q Q Z 3 I Z 1 1 5 Z A 5 r vm V mymawmfpmwppwf M W M--.M S:f.w,m: ffwmmfmw-.JN -,L USS Blandy ftop leftj and USC GS Owhsco ftop righty received Anna's aid after ex- periencing communications difficulties while on patrol. 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H 133151:-5'?f"11ff -'-- -12" - 1- 1- ' 1- 1-1 1 '- xi- ' - J E .-. 1 '25-1:21731 2 1+ . ' NL-Q11 1. ff - --P55517.-..'fp1-'f.:::2:1::.:- f Wang? qCounter-clockwise from belowy Rear Admiral Long presents Anna with "E", a curious visitor checks out Comm gear, Captain Wacker explains Anna's mission, Rear Admiral Ward arrives, and Rear Admiral Ward conducts a Full Dress White inspection in Subic Bay. n d , az 5 ll, W , f If , X , bf-Q , . W Z ffl' in , 4 f 7 5 w K J i as N' Pro-American Members of the Pro-American Japanese Society toured Anna in April '68 While the ship was in Yokosuka, Japan. apanese Society 5 I v f Www m .,f vw, -,. -- , ...wi A .,.,,.- .,... - -f -Y .,...,.-... ,. , , ,, , . . , , - , ,qv- ...-guid . iv" 1 M-3 .1 4 . O .i -SW .J liixllf' i Q Q The VLF Room has seen a lot of action since its inception. Long patrols in the steamy heat of the Tonkin Gulf have been spared the usual accompanying dullness by a stimulating sports menu, The VLF Room has been the core of this program and it is only during the Working hours or late at night when it can be found vacant as in the shot above. 2 i-1 Mg nn. H - . 3 'l Volleyball Cfop lefty Page, of the Cherry O's goes up to block Il Gringo Ulzis Iieensj spike in 18th Ihitrol tournziment competition, while fabove rightnncl rightythe Cherry O's tackle the Iloi Polli on their way to the crown, The Cherry O's won both the 17th :ind Nth Patrol cham- pionships with the Crm Doors winning the 15th :uid 105th Pzitrol honors. 3' N5 -fa. I wu,,QQj.s Q, ,fgam l b-,greg ' X1t,' N 51,1 1 'Ln' wawyw ,Ak 1 ' i . K 'fgiffgftm . ' 'I 9 V 'lfftg Q -'lit' ' 'X ' ' 'K 'Q V4 l' . ' 4 i A 4 ., i ,I " 4 A , I . Mywgyy V.. f V gi Al L ,wmgwwwwwwww wuf, ,w b x , . 1 T.f'vw.- K- is ' QT ,U , w .wm3,,3 wx ,, V aww WWQ ,TM, K A ' :rf fQ"" ,' :f f fl ' , k ,mrL '.oWr,w 1, f f' Q' .' " - 'V .1 A , ' Q sir i ' -wg ' Vg . V A A Ev 5, i . LM 5 ,,,, V I New? ' 3 A 3 Q , , .... ,, .- . .. -H f I mlwmwwfsm,-.ww .,mMw,,-N f f f , ,, 4 M" Bowling ANNA 2666 - ARLY 2315 ANNA 2562 - ARLY 2423 ANNA 2714 - MARKAB 2471 Twenty-two teams with over 170 participants competed in the Annapolis Intramural Bowling league with Corpor- ation One winning it in the final Week. fAboveJ SU THER- LAND of the Born Losers lines up while fbelowj OLSON lets loose on his Way to capturing the high average trophy with a 179. Football After dropping their first game by a narrow two point, 15-13, margin, ANNA's six man football team bounced back to topple the next four teams before finally losing the championship in a 48-48 battle with undefeated NAVCCMSTA Yokosuka. MYERS fbelowj brings down a NAVCOMSTA run- ner in the deadlocked final game. f if Q X 1 l i l l l l L I I -'.-1 -- .ihur 1' ' ' " ""t-J"-Limit ,V - ." ' 1 Xf ,..,.,.-fffW"' 4.44"'4'?'L 'M N W' ffgxf M 4, xx ,, WW ,-',, 12" ,V X 1, X N 5' if nur' ,fy f PL ' 1 as sf 05 if 5,3 ,, :X 4 X Z 15A N I gm. ,EN -N . 32, M1 Nyack, 'ff 'X' Ns' ,Y X M fv, Qi M x Q S x .7 , QQ , ,Q 3 7 1 X ,Z Y ms W I gf., kr ,-wf' 41 ,zkilff 5 'KG " I aff ' -rf - f X f X-wi' 2 , 1 ff xi ,377?' ' 94 Q , w Wgrczvf X V I wg Xe K :o l 2 5 mains Z f f .sf,sw'7XWN'f '- Mfg, in Www f f : ,y ,mf Lgff zgw yy , W M 0 S4 , X5 , MS' , ,QV xv 5 X w k 1 Y ff 1,5 V 31 X ww M. wif' f Q f Basketball The ANNA basketball team waded through eight teams, defeating them all, before it lost a heart- breaker, 56-51, to our sister ship USS ARLINGTON. One of the eight victories came against the shore based Sea Hawks of Yokosuka. The other wins were over the carriers BON HOMME RICHARD and CON- STELLATION, and ships MAURY, MARKAB, AJAX and MONTROSE, while the final victory was over the landlocked NSD Yokosuka. fCounter-clockwide from top middley The crowd at the ARLY game looks vainly for something to hap- pen, RADCLIFFE hauls in a rebound amidst a knot of opponents, TAPPIN tries to hide the ball, ERWIN gets set for the rebound before finally getting carried away by the music. SN DAILEY and his ARLY opponent s uare Q off before the fight which saw DAILEY Win by decision. mokers - -1- - H ' - . . . . . pmm f A '- Q - 4 :231ifi :151, ERB sets to throw CONDIT before pinning him. fore lo sing out to DAIL EY LOPEZ takes a breakbe- T, ,1- M ff Sunda s on Anna Movie Call is sounded twice on Sundays, but for those who like the sun there's usually something happening on the Antler Deck. Bruised arm aficionados can take a whack at sighting down on clay pigeons while less energetic people can be found basking on ANNA Beach. 0nce in a great while the limpid water is invaded for Swim Call but more often there are cookouts on the A Deck to the tune of distant firing from coastal ships and either the Jour- neymen or Salty Dawgs. E S Lf 90 ' ii..-...........,-A, ,W 4 m.....-.,..m....... .- ..., . K. . C 'Ml' 'WT W' ,A no T 1. -:, , . . v . , 1- l V ,V V 'fl - -Q' iq' :rw , fff fl J K w iv 4fa'.i'lf C?'ll :W w mgvfplvy ,ty Jffiimwlzf, yu Mlm? H tw me -my , w if it M l 'wwe if J: -Vs , :elf fi out ,m f lm. ' vxw t F1 1 v if r M 7 Veif- f.'ff u ffrfffaxe to img' fffr 'ffl to x 'idly 1 i 5' Hn, , ,il '.',' lu gym' I , 'I tim Q. ff' 3 H E-.1-, K,1. ll f!b'lJ'1'f 0 1' lim HM 1 I l"1 ' 'iff .ft ttf ' If A' V M, W fgfw' vv,f!l ' 'Y - ' 1 ? ' ' 4 1 . ' 121 2 ww f! l V 'f , f' xii -WM ull-jf ' 1 W- ff ':f .1 S 'H v ll , to l , if xtvw ,b ffm, ' q my T I. 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X- qi- 1 X 1.5 V ,A S ,Q ,, ,, X was .Q ggi New 5. S g.-. . W1 f I-V: whit . A , J... . V 'Ja-' X L -. .127 .M-.fff if -sp -, . WM 4 ,Q . ffm Q ' I ,U 1 v ' a T.. su- --. 1 . 31 0 .. +I t f. , A .V , X 7, , f 1,5 'Z I-MA, ff' 0 wg" 4, " ff l, ,, ,fi , WW. ,V ., , , ,WL Wa' I? f ,V f,,,,,, 'bm GA' ..- 1 Crossing the line O0-OO 1080 IOE The day before had been a bad scene for the shell- backs. Mobs of polywogs had roamed the ship, fer- reting out shellbacks and dragging them to the Antenna Deck where they were lathered up and then given a good wash down, Many shellbacks did not approve of this treatment, including the Captain and Comm Officer. The mob of 200 that waited for the Captain on the Antenna Deck bothered him less though than the two hour mutiny led by Mr. Kimball. The polywogs knew then that they were in for a rough time, The colorful costumes and the sadistically jovial spirit of the shellbacks came across in sharp contrastto the sting of the stiff paddles, which were wielded with such careless abandon, Case in point - fopposite page, bottom rightj the XO with his sickly sweet smile is obviously hiding some devilishly, dastardly plan for the docile polywogs gathered around him. X, -"4' , ,mw,L,..,-.Vf-, , A , , , , A , . ' ' ' V'-' l7"' i1"'1 "'-'A ' - x.-,g d 7 :-wi , yfv.. .M s O7 A 2 Ls, lr n- H y-1 LL 1 I K i I 0 I I IWQ in K f I F, 9, at .,- M' i . W X , l Mfr: L SQ S -sw Bffjx P -4, .5 il'gwg,. 'qua Q ill .,,Pk """"" i Fremantle uni- X mf, .,. ' 1 ,u o qu'- Wwiixiilifuaguq,-,rwQ .,.... 1. .. Perth, West Australia f ,,. Courtesy of WEST AUSTRALIAN NEWSPAPERS INC A H A 4l!'i447f'5 ' ? 14, mr Id' A . , A fi -A---.. ...... L-, XX,, x Xxxx A ff , - W ,M 1255? 5. . ff Civil?-f .N-' QQ -5-r1'T'F?'-ff" 'ix S f 'X ' ' A . ' X if. . 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"A LA CONTI", and by Japanese artists hired for the occasion. There was plenty to see - friends and enemies alike in compromising situations fnot picturedp, enough music and commotion to confuse even the soberest of merrymakers. 7 1 T . In September, 1968, ANNAPOLIS steamed into Yokosuka harbor, ending a three year period spent in grueling patrols off the Vietnamese coast, Her purpose in Yokosuka was to refurbish herself and repair any problems that had developed in the four years since she had been com- missioned. Thi? Yard period lasted four, long menths, The crew worked under difficult conditions, but the task was completed in time for her shake- down cruise and refresher training. Those four months were also the last under Captain Wacker's command. Captain K,C, MILLER JR. re- lieved Captain W. J. WACKER of command on January 25th While in Yokosuka. Captain WACKER then left for the states to serve under the Joint Chiefs of Staff, ANNAPOLIS has made 18 patrols in the Vietnam combat zone since July, 1965 when she arrived in WestPac, She has been providing communica- tions support to in-shore blockade operations, gunfire support ships, attack carrier strike operations, and the AMPHIB ready groups. ANNA POLIS made a historic "first" i during her 6th Patrol by reaching almost 50, 000 miles through space to complete the first operational satellite QSYNCOMQ link between , , ,, WJ , W , . - -dp., Y ' -g ,, ,Y ,L,,.,,,, Q ' - A, 4 , . Q --QR-rw-u5,,, ,U .,., I 118 , - .a,.,,,, "'r:'f ' N "W ' WW' ' ., , I My I , .MM V Annapolis operating forces in Vietnam and Commander in Chief, Pacific Fleet and other high echelons of com- mand. The SYNC OM unit was made operational in August, 1966 Via SYNC OM Satellite III. Since the fall of 1966, ANNAPOLIS has transmitted an average of 50 USS GILBERT ISLANDS fCVE-1077 Histor daily SYNCOM messages., When the systemis operational, it can provide highly reliable multi-channel tele- type operations or voice circuits, linking commanders ashore with 7th Fleet units, In addition to normal operations, ANNAPOLIS has provided essential assistance and repairs for ships with communication difficulties. She has also been involved in many search and rescue incidents, and haS rendered frequent medical assist- ance to ships without doctors on board. During her first operational exer- cises following her conversion and shakedown cruise, ANNAPOLIS underwent strenuous tests and ex- periments in Operation Steel Pike I in the fall of 1964. In the amphib- Thefirst ANNAPOLIS was a 19th Century gunboat. ious exercise, the largest ever staged in peacetime, ANNAPOLIS provided communications for over 80 ships and 50, OOO men, AGMR-1 is the third ship to bear the name ANNAPOLIS, The first ANNAPOLIS was a gun boat com- missioned in 1895 which served in the Spanish American War, After a stint in Asia, it was put to use as a training ship at the Naval Academy. She cruised through Mexican and Central American waters before finally being decommissioned at the end of WWI, The second ANNAPOLIS was a patrol frigate which made convoy runs to Algeria in the latter part of WWII. She was decommissionedin 1946 and sold to Mexico. 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