Antietam (CG 54) - Naval Cruise Book

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Hansen calls San Antonio, Texas home. He attended the U.S. Naval Academy, playing on the Lacrosse and Football teams. After graduating in 1969, he was assigned to USS JOSEPH P. KENNEDY, JR. (DD-850) as Gunnery Assistant and later as First Lieutenant. In June 1971, he reported to the U.S. Military Advisory Command Vietnam for duty as an advisor to the Vietnamese Navy until June 1972. Upon completion of the Department Head Course at the Naval Destroyer School in Newport R.I., Cap- tain Hansen served as Weapons Officer in USS FAN- NING (FF-1076) and Chief Engineer in USS BRISTOL COUNTY (LST-1198). In June 1986, Captain Hansen was assigned to the Bureau of Naval Personnel for duty as a Junior Officer detailer and as Sea Coordina- tor where he served until November 1988. Subse- quently, Captain Hansen attended the Naval Post- graduate School in Monterey, California graduating with a Master of Science Degree in Financial Manage- ment. Captain Hansen served as the Commissioning Exec- utive Officer in USS JOHN A. MOORE (FFG-19) from September 1980 to June 1983. The next eighteen months were spent as a Budget Analyst in the Office of Budget and Reports Fiscal Management Division (NCB OP-92), followed by two and a half years as As- sistant and Head, Appropriations Committees Liaison Office, in the same organization. After leaving OP-92, Captain Hansen commanded USS MCCLUSKY (FFG-41) from February 1988 to April 1990. During his tour, the " Mighty Mac " made two successful tours to the Arabian Gulf, earning the Battle ' E ' . He was most recently assigned to the Deputy Chief of Naval Oper- ations (Manpower, Personnel, and Training) as his Special Assistant for Legislative and Oversight Mat- ters. Captain Hansen served as Commanding Officer of USS ANTIETAM (CG-54) from May 1992 to Febru- ary 1994. Captain Hansen ' s personal awards and decorations include the Legion of Merit with gold star, the Bronze Star with Combat ' V, the Meritorious Service Medal, the Navy Commendation Medal, the Combat Action Ribbon and various unit, campaign and service rib- bons. PC 2 CAPT JOE LEE FRANK III Captain Frank commenced his duties following extensive experience at sea, most recently as Execu- tive Officer, USS MISSOURI (BB-63), in which he participated in the first month of combat opera- tions in strike forces during Operation Desert Storm. Previously, Captain Frank commanded the destroyer USS INGERSOLL (DD 990); commis- sioned and served as Operations Officer in USS SCOTT (DDG 995); served as Operations Officer and Navigator in USS SACRAMENTO (AOE 1); commissioned and served as Weapons Officer in USS COOK (FF 1083); commissioned and served as Liaison Officer in FGS ROMMEL (F-187); served as Assistant Combat Information Center Officer and Electrical Officer in USS MAHAN (DLG 11). Ashore Captain Frank served as Director of Op- erations, AEGIS Shipbuilding Direct Reporting Program Manager and earlier on the staff of the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Surface War- fare) as branch head for Combat Systems Engineer- ing, Integration and Architecture. He attended the National Defense University ' s Industrial College of the Armed Forces, graduating in 1993; The United States Naval Postgraduate School, graduating in 1975 with a Master of Science degree in Physics; and the United States Naval Academy, graduating in 1968. As a result of his graduate research he was selected for induction into Sigma Xi. Captain Frank is also a member of the United States Naval Insti- tute, the Surface Navy Association, the American Astronomical Society and the International Plane- tarium Society. Captain Frank has been awarded five Meritori- ous Service Medals, the Navy Commendation Medal, and the Navy Achievement Medal among other decorations. PG3 CDR MICHAEL D. PALATAS Commander Palatas graduated from Tulane University in 1977 with a BS degree in geology. After completing Naval Nuclear Power School, Prototype Nuclear Reactor Training and Surface Warfare Officer ' s Basic School, he reported to USS LONG BEACH (CGN 9) in November 1978, serving as Repair Division Officer and Reactor Training Assistant. In January 1982, he reported to the Nuclear Power Train- ing Unit, Ballston Spa, NY as a staff instructor. Completing that tour as the DlG Prototype ' s Overhaul Planning Of- ficer and following the completion of Department Head training in September 1984, he reported to USS ARKAN- SAS (CGN 41) as Engineering Officer. In February 1988, he reported for duty on the Staff of the Chief of Naval Operations, working in the Overhead Sur- veillance Section of the Space, Command and Control Di- rectorate (OP-094) until July 1989. In June 1990, following studies in U.S. -Japan economic and security policy, he graduated from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University with a Mas- ter ' s in Public Administration degree. CDR Palatas then spent two years on the Staff of the Commander in Chief, U.S. Atlantic Fleet ' s Nuclear Propul- sion Examining Board. Commander Palatas wears a Meritorious Service Medal and a Navy Commendation Medal. PG4 s tyin iavil ning id to figas [ting ;0f. Held M illht Sui- JDi- lomic ntiiy Mis- ik opul- edil LCDR ROBERT E. OLDANI EXECUTIVE OFFICER Lieutenant Commander Robert E. Oldani was born in Detroit, Michigan on 30 April 1958. He was com- missioned through the NROTC Program upon gradu- ation from the University of Michigan in 1980, where he received the degree of Bachelor of Science in Me- chanical Engineering. Upon completion of Nuclear Power Training, Lieu- tenant Commander Oldani reported to USS ARKAN- SAS (CGN 41), where he served as Chemistry and Ra- diological Assistant. His next sea tour was aboard USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (CVN 69) as Reactor Training Assistant. He was then assigned as an ROTC Instructor at his alma mater, the University of Michigan. Following training at the Surface Warfare Depart- ment Head School in Newport, Rhode Island, he re- ported to USS BOWEN (FF 1079) as Combat Systems Officer. He then returned to USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (CVN 69) as Reactor Mechanical As- sistant, and was subsequently assigned as Reactor Electrical Assistant. Prior to commencing the training pipeline for his assignment as Executive Officer of USS ANTIETAM, he graduated with distinction from the Command and Staff Course at the Naval War Col- lege, earning a Masters Degree in National Security and Strategic Studies. Lieutenant Commander Oldani is authorized to wear the Navy Commendation Medal with two gold stars. Battle Efficiency Ribbon (4), and various cam- paign and service medals and ribbons including the Southwest Asia Medal. PG5 FCCM(5W) CLINTON E. TATRO COMMAND MASTER CHIEF Master Chief Tatro enlisted in the Navy in March of 1975, and reported to USS DUBUQUE (LPD-8), his first command, as an FTGS in August 1976. While on- board, he completed one WESTPAC and was ad- vanced to FTG2. He was then assigned to USS SOUTHERLAND {DD-743) for a short tour prior to attending the Combat Systems Technical School. He changed rate to FTM, and received orders in Septem- ber of 1978 to USS JOSEPH STRAUSS (DDG-16). He was advanced to FTMl in June of 1980. Following in- structor duty at CSTSC Mare Island, he was advanced to Chief Petty officer. Master Chief Tatro next served aboard USS FORD (FFG-54) as Ordinance Division LCPO. After advancement to FCCS(SW), he served as Command Senior Chief for two years. During this tour. Master Chief Tatro participated in Operation Earnest Will. Master Chief Tatro was advanced to FCCM(SW) in April 1989 while working as the Assistant Director of Family Service Center Naval Station Long Beach. He reported to USS ANTIETAM (CG-54) as Command Master Chief in 1990 during Operation Desert Shield. FCCM(SW) TATRO SAYS THAT IF HE ' S SMILING IT HAS TO BE SINGAPORE. I PG6 OFFICERS DINING OUT CDR CONDE AND CINDY DURING A CANDID MOMENT I DOES THIS NOSE COME WITH AN INSTRUCTION? LCDR ROBERTS CLEARED WITH A GREEN DECK. PG7 WORKUPS START CART LEVEL II PROVIDED HANDS ON TRAINING TOWING OPERATIONS CAN BE VERY DANGER- OUS DAMAGE CONTROL TRAINING AT GENERAL r QUARTERS •AWAY THE SCAT TEAM " PG8 1 FOR DEPLOYMENT IN 94 A RARE CHANCE TO RECOVER THE DRONE BMSN MORRELL, RESCUE SWIMMER, PREPARES TO SWIM OUT CAPT HANSEN AND ADM FITZPATRICK A CHANCE AT FIRING THE M60 MACHINE GUN AT SEA PC 9 DOWNTOWN SEATTLE-HOPE THEY PASS LIBERTY CALL SOON! PC 10 I SEATTLE SEAFAIR DECEPTION PASS ON WHIDBEY IS- LAND ANTIETAM UNDER WAY FOR OPEN WATER. 4 -4 ..i,iiiai, : .tOFTME PC 11 CAPT FRANK, LT MARTINEZ AND LT BROWN IN CIC SN RAY PAINTING HIS WORK OF ART V. EMCS METRA HELP- ING OUT ANOTHER SHIPMATE WITH A 3M PROBLEM " PCI, IS MAIL COM ING IN TODAY? " AN HT C AN FIX A N Y - THING GIVE ME FAIR WINDS, A CLEAR SKY, AND A GOOD CIGAR PC 12 THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE SMUGLY! PC13 MSI QUIMBAO PUTS THE FINISHING TOUCHES ON THE CAPTAINS CAKE AN ICE EAGLE STANOS AT READY HM3 CLARK AND ET2 TORRES READY FOR THE CERE- MONY ON 04 FEBRUARY, CAPT FRANK RELIEVED CAPT HANSEN |r AS ANTIETAM PREPARED FOR WESTPAC 94 ship ' s COMPANY, PARADE REST! I PG14 NAVY LEAGUE LONG BEACH DONATE TURKEY DINNERS UNLOADING TURKEY DINNERS FOR DISTRIBUTION PC 15 ENS DAVID CATTLER PC 16 CA DIVISION STGCS (SW) LEE HOWLAND aHAJT ! ' CA DIVISION IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ANTI- i SUBMARINE WARFARE. THE DIVISION IS MADEUPOFTHESTG AND TM RATINGS. CA OPERATES AND MAINTAINS ASW SENSORS AND WEAPONS THE OPERATION READINESS EFFEC- TIVE TACTICAL EMPLOYMENT OF HULL MOUNTED SONAR, TOWED BODY SO- NAR, ASW WEAPONS, AND ASSOCIATED AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT ARE ITS PRI- MARY RESPONSIBILITY. V I . lAKB -t 1 1 1 ITGC(SW) WARREN HOLLINGER STGl NORMAN BOYD JR STGIROGERJANSEN WISI STGl BRUCE LALONDE COMBAT SYSTEMS DEPARTMENT PG17 STCSA ROBERT GOODMAN STGSA DAMIAN GOODWIN STGSA ANTHONY LEYCOCK STGSA SCOTT VANDENBURGH tTQSW COMBAT SYSTEMS DEPARTMENT PC 18 CE DIVISION CE SPENDS A FEW MOMENTS RELAXING. COMBAT ELECTRONICS DIVISION IS COMPOSED OF HIGHLY TRAINED TECH- NICIANS RESPONSIBLE FOR MAINTAIN- ING ANTIETAMS AN SPS-49 AIR SEARCH RADAR, AN SPS-55 SURFACE SEARCH RADAR, AN SPS-64 NAVIGATIONAL RA- DAR, CRYPTOGRAPHIC SYSTEMS, MARS GEAR AND SATELLITE NAVIGATION GEAR suro W y ETC(SW) DOUG WILLIAMS ETl JEFFREY CHESTER ETl PATRICK DILLON ETl ROBERT STARNES COMBAT SYSTEMS DEPARTMENT j PG19 ET3 DAVID COWHICK. ET3 ROB DELCONTE COMBAT SYSTEMS DEPARTMENT CG DIVISION THE FIRE CONTROLMEN (FC) AND GUN- NERS MATES OF CG DIVISION LOVE TO HEAR " BATTERIES RELEASE " roRRB Igmcs (SW) da. wnorowski FCi peter berkebile GMGl BRINLEY billings FCl DAVID JONES COMBAT SYSTEMS DEPARTMENT PG21 CG DIVISION FCl JOHN SKAGGS GMGl CHARLES STREETMAN FC2 J AMES FREDERICK GMG2 R.O. GALBRAITH FC2 ALVIN HAYES GMG2 BRIAN HAMPTON FC2 MICHAEL MULHERN GMG2 RICHARD TAILLEUR FC2 CHRISTOPHER WALCOTT FC3 JEANLOUIS BLACKBURN FC3 DONALD MONTGOMERY GMG3 MICHAEL SERRANO GMG3 DAVID SHELLBARGER FC3 STEVEN STITZ FC3 KEN WINGROVE COMBAT SYSTEMS DEPARTMENT PG22 CI DIVISION FC2 DAVID METCALF ET2 RAYMOND HARSHMAN OS3 ANDREW TABAR CI DIV PERSONNEL ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE OF THE SHIP ' S PERSONAL COMPUTERS FCl RODNEY HENDON FCl JOSEPH MANLEY FCl EDWARD SMITLEY FC2 JEFFREY COLE FC2 RICHARD CORSMEIER CM DIVISION MAINTAINS AND OPERATES THE SPY-lA PHASED ARRAY RADAR, UYK-7 COMPUTER SYS- TEM, (ORTS) OPERATIONAL READINESS TEST SYSTEM, MK99 FIRE CONTROL SYSTEM, AND MK84 400 HZ POWER CONVERTERS COMBAT SYSTEMS DEPARTMENT FC2 LEONARD WILSON FC3 HOWARD WEAKLY FC3 JASON ARMSTRONG FC3 BYRON FREEMAN FC3 PAUL JONES FC3 ERIC NOVAK ■ ' rfifffn FC3 MICHAEL SCHMIDT FC3 RICHARD SNIDER FC3 DENN TELLEEN PC 24 CS DIVISION K-ANT SITE TV IS THERE TO COVER THE NEWS. THIS IS JUST ONE RESPONSIBILITY OF A DIVISION COMPOSED OF FIRE CONTROL- MEN (FC) AND INTERIOR COMMUNICATIONS ELECTRICIANS (IC). IN ADDITION, THEY OPERATE THE AEGIS WEAPON SYSTEM COM- PUTERS AND MANAGE ANTIETAM ' S TECHNICAL LIBRARY FN ANIOL SETTING UP FOR A K.-ANT TV BROADCAST FCCM(SW) RICHARD BOOKE FCl DAVID AINSLEY FCl FRANK CABRAL IClJOHNRIPPBERGER v -TCrr v IC3 ROBERT HAGGERTY IC3 LANCE MOORE IC3 CHRISTOPHER ORTIZ ICFN FIONN HILL ICFA ADAM ANIOL SN JAMES SIMS PC 25 CT DIVISION CT DIVISION IS A KEY PART OF COMBAT SYSTEMS DEPARTMENT AS SEEN BY THE LAUNCH OF THIS SM2-MR MISSILE IN 1993. CT DIVISION IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF THE VLS LAUNCHERS AND TOMAHAWK WEAPON SYSTEM WE HAVE THE CAPABILITY TO LAUNCH ANTI-SURFACE, ANTI-AIR, AND TOMA- HAWK LAND ATTACK MISSILES Kl " n ,- . x ,. . W a GMC(SW) CRAIG SCAVO FCC (SW) DEWEY FISCHER GMMl MIKE CASSES GMMl MARC MONCRAVIE COMBAT SYSTEMS DEPARTMENT PG26 «t«s;«: ir K FCl CLINTON OLDS GMMl DAVID OLIVEIRA FC2 JOHN ALLEN GMM2 JESSE ATWATER GMM3 ANDREW MCCOY , jaVIE IGMMS TIMOTHY STRICKLAND FC3 MICHAEL WONG r COMBAT SYSTEMS DEPARTMENT PG27 COMBAT SYSTEMS CANDID CAMERA FCl WAYNE HARRIS IS SEEN ALIGNING A CIVVS BARREL FC2 JAMES FREDERICK IS BUSY DOING PMS ON THE SPRINKLER SYSTEM THE SMOKING LAMP IS LIT PREPARING FOR ACTION PC 28 MORE FACES FROM COMBAT SYSTEMS K.ING A BREAK. DURING WESTPAC GMG3 MICHAEL SERRANO HATES IT WHEN HE ' S ALL DONE BUT HAS AN EXTRA PART LEFT OVER PC 29 i LCDR ROBERT HAIDVOGEL LT VIRGIL AKERS ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OFFICERS aJhC LTJG MICHAEL OLUVIC FG30 MP DIVISION THE GAS TURBINE TECHNICIANS OPER- ATE AND MAINTAIN THE SHIP ' S GAS TURBINE ENGINES USED TO GENERATE ELECTRIC POWER AND TO PROPEL THE SHIP GSEC(SW) MARLON RESIDE GSMC(SW) STEVEN SHAW GSMl ANTHONY DELAP ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT MP DIVISION GSMl KELLY MCKENZIE GSEl MICHAEL ZITZMANN GSE2 ALBERT ALFONSO GSM2 CHRISTIAN FLECK GSM2 DOUGLAS MCARTHUR GSM3 ROBERT OROZCO GSM2 BYRON PARKE GSM2 BRUCE TIMBERLAKE GSM3 PHILLIP ASHLEY GSE3 DAVID FISHER GSM3 KENNETH MIRABAL GSM3 RENE MOLINA GSE3 STEVE MONTROY GSM3 PETE RIOS GSM3 ANANAIS WILLIAMS GSM3 COREY WOODSON PC 32 MP DIVISION m n a s : o. GSE3 EUGENE THOMPSON FN KOREY OLDS GSMFN ALFRANCIS CUENCA - GSMFN DALE GAINS GSEFN HERNAN SENOREN GSEFN CHARLES WAYNE FR GARY MARKHAM FA RONALD COOPER FR JAMES JONES FN MARK ATWELL GSMFA UVOYD MCELROY FA GOLDSTEIN MCNEAL III FA JACOB NIX FA STEVE RIOS FA ROBERT THAXTON FN DELEON WELLS PG33 ENC(SW) EDWARD RICHARDS ENl ALONZO FLOYD ENl EDMOND KASKALLA ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT EN3 KEVIN BROWN EN3 ROBERT FOSTER EN3 THOMAS SETTLE ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT EMCS(SW) MARINO ALONZO EMI WILLIAM METZGER EMl DAVID YSAGUIRRE EM2 DEWEY NANTZ ENJOYING ANOTHER STEEL BEACH PG36 oHMfu i m EM3 MICHAEL HARTIG EM3 JOSEPH VERCELES FA DAVID EK.ENSTAM JUST ANOTHER DAY DOWN IN CCS PG37 R DIVISION THEY MANUFACTURE REPLACEMENT PARTS, WELD, AND TEACH DAMAGE CONTROL. JUST DIAL 2211, AND THE " ANTIETAM FIRE DEPARTMENT " WILL BE ON THE SCENE R DIVISION IS MADE UP OF THE MA- CHINERY REPAIR (MR), HULL TECHNI- CIAN (HT) AND DAMAGE CONTROL RAT- INGS HT31 ! • ' ' DCC(SW) CORY PICKETT DCC(SW) THOMAS ROBBINS P 731 « i i ' : MRl RALPH COON HTl LAWRENCE BLACK ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT PC 38 1 ! DCFN THOMAS BISSELL II ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT DC3 JULIAN HOBBS PG39 ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT HT2 DELINSKI IS HARD AT WORK MRl COON FABRICATING PARTS ON HIS NEW LATHE GSEC RESIDE HOLDING TRAINING ON THE FAN- TAIL BETTER NOT QUIT YOUR DAY JOBS YET PG40 1EN1 CANDID CAMERA GSM2 MCARTHUR WHY DID YOU JUST SAY OOPS, AND THEN START SMILING? FANTAIL FISHING PARTY TAG OUT THE SYSTEM ACCORDING TO THE PMS CARD GSMl MCKENZIE-COMPUTER ZOMBIE PC 41 OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT OFFICERS ' .4 ' Wlb J LTJOHNUHL LTJG JOHN MCLOONE L ( - ' 1 ENS TROY TOBLER PC 42 Mil OD DIVISION OD DIVISION, MADE UP OF THE BOSUN MATES (BM), IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE TOPSIDE SPACES AND MOST BRIDGE AND LOOKOUT WATCHES THEY ALSO RUN THE PAINT LOCKER AND CLEANING GEAR ISSUE. THEY SU- PERVISE ALL UNDERWAY REPLENISH- MENTS STATIONS, AND ARE A PART OF THE FLIGHT DECK CREW ! BM2 BRIAN CABRAL BM2 DONALD CLEVELAND OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT PC 43 OD DIVISION BM2LONNIE GILES BM3MELV1N FRENCH BM3 GREGORY GUTIERREZ BM3 JAMIE RIOS BMSN CHRISTOPHER CLARK BMSN TERRANCE DUKES BMSN MARK MORRELL BMSN JULIAN WILLIAMS SR RONALD ANDERSON SA THOMAS CHEESMAN SA JACOB CLARK SN THANH CLARK SR MARK CLAYBOROUGH SN CHRISTOPHER GOUGER SR DAVID NELSON SR ARTHUR NICHOLSON II PC 44 OD DIVISION SR LEE POORE SR KEVIN RAY SN NARCISO SANGLE III SA ERIC VISH SA STEVEN WILLIS SR REGINALD ROBINSON SA DENNIS HICKEY SA BRIAN LEES SR WILLIAM BURTON SA KEVIN MARTIN SAJOHNSIERS SA SALVATORE TOCCO SR NELSON FIGUEROARODRIGUEZ SN DARRIN WEBSTER PG45 OC DIVISION D THE RMS TRANSMIT AND RECEIVE ELECTRONIC MESSAGES 24 HOURS A DAY, FAST AND ACCURATELY FROM SHIP TO SHIP, OR SHORE TO SHIP. THE SMS PASS AND RECEIVE VISUAL MESSAGES ON THE SHIPS SIGNAL BRIDGE, AND ARE THE MOST RELIABLE SOURCE OF INFORMATION BETWEEN SHIPS IN VISUAL RANGE A COMBINATION OF RADIOMEN (RM) AND SIGNALMEN (SM) RATINGS MAKE UP OC DIVISION. PROVIDING COMMU- NICATIONS IS WHAT THIS DIVISION IS ALL ABOUT. i RM2li I J ivmr RMC (SW) ROGER HOOPER SMl (CPO SELECTEE) JON HURT ADO RMl ANTHONY NAVARRETTE OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT ' SNE[ 1 PC 46 -Mi ' ; fi. ' ■CCOMMl h RM2 JEFFREY EARNER RM2 FREDERICK. BROWN SM2 MICHAEL LIPPERD RM2 HUGO SANCHEZ RMSN BARRY GIBSON SN EDWARD SMITH RMSA RUBEN LUNA OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT ! PG47 OE DIVISION THE OE DIVISION IS COMPRISED OF ELECTRONIC WARFARE TECHNICIANS ■ ' (EW) AND CRYPTOLOGIC TECHNICIANS (CT). THEIR PRIMARY MISSION IS TO COL- LECT, ANALYZE AND DISSEMINATE IN- TELLIGENCE INFORMATION TO THE COMMANDING OFFICER ANDCIC. THEIR TOOLS INCLUDE THE CRYPTO COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM AND THE AN SLQ-32 ELECTRONIC SUPPORT MEA- SURES SYSTEM. NO MATTER IF ITS • BEARS IN THE AIR " , OR INBOUND MIS- SILES, THE MEN OF OE DIVISION STAND READY BVJTH CTRC (SS) ERIC RICHESIN EWC (SW) WILLIAM RIDDLE CTOl THOMAS ERICK.SON CTRl ROBERT HULINGS ElVJRON: OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT PC 48 CT03 JEREMY SPARKS EW3 MICHAEL FLEMING OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT I PG49 « H OI DIVISION n »v COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER IS THE HOME OF OI DIVISION, FROM THE HIGH TECH DISPLAY SCREENS TO THE MULTI- COLORED LIGHTS THAT THE OJ-194 CONTROL CONSOLES. r I OSlMK THESE SYSTEMS ARE USED TO TRACK AND IDENTIFY AIR AND SURFACE CON- TACTS. CIC ALSO PROVIDES A TRACK OF SUBMARINES ON THE DDRT, RADIO CONTROL OF AIRCRAFT AND NAVIGA- TIONAL SUPPORT TO THE BRIDGE. IN COMBAT YOU WILL ALWAYS FIND THEM READY AT A MOMENTS NOTICE FOR ANY OPERATION FROM AAW, TO SEARCH AND RESCUE OPERATIONS. - - , Tf OSl LEONARD BROWN OSl CRAIG DRUMWRIGHT " S ' T ' At. OSl MELVIN LEONARD OSl DOUGLAS NIELSEN OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT PG50 OS! MICHAEL PAULI OSl WILLIAM SUMMERVILLE OSl WILLIAM THORNTON OS2 JAMES ANDREWS ' i OS2 KENNETH FILKINS 1 OS2 DEAN IRELAND OS2 JAMES KELLY OS2 DAVID LANGWELL OS2 OCTAVIO PEREZ OS2 JESUS RAMOS OS2 JOHN SCHWAB OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT PG51 OI DIVISION OS2 MICHAEL STEBENS OS2 VICTOR WADDELL OS3 JOSEPH GALLAGHER ••••■ OS3 JOHN KING OS3 BRIAN PORATH 053 JASON SCHROEPFER OSSN MICHAEL MEYER OSSA MATTHEW WILEY IV OS3 JOHN BAIRD OS3 NISHON BARNES PC 52 OSSR THOMAS ORNOLD OZ DIVISION if pz MAKES UP THE -SNOOPY TEAM- TASKED WITH GATHERING PHOTOS AND REVIEWING ALL INTELLIGENCE TO I PROVIDE A CLEAR PICTURE OF OUR OP- llERATING ENVIRONMENT. THE WORLD IS A RAPIDLY CHANGING 1 PLACE, OZ KEEPS ANTIETAM ON TOP OF IT ALL. ONE OF THE SMALLEST DIVISIONS ON- BOARD, OZ IS NONETHELESS VITAL IN PROVIDING UP TO DATE INTELLIGENCE. ISC (AW) GREGORY LOGAN TMl MARTIN WALKER STG3 MIGUEL BRAVO OSSA KIRK SPENCER OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT OUCH! WATCH IT THERE BEFORE YOU CUT SOMETHING BM3 FRENC IS HE SLEEPING, OR HANGING AROUND? OS2 PEREZ JUST COUNTING THE HRS TILL LIBERTY A DECK SEAMANS JOB STARTS HERE ET2 CRAIG IN A RADAR DAZE ANOTHER KODAK M O - MLNT WADI PC 54 PC 55 CDR HENRY CONDE ENS -WILD " BILL CADE SUPPLY DEPARTMENT OFFICERS S-lDlVl jOARDTl n LTJG JAMES MARTIN PC 56 T S-l DIVISION IS THE GENERAL STORES COMPONENT THAT PROCURES, RECEIVES, STORES, MAINTAINS ' INVENTORY CONTROL OF, AND ISSUES ALL CONSUMABLES, EQUIPAGE, AND SPARE PARTS USED ON- LBOARD THE ANTIETAM. THEY ALSO MAINTAIN RECORDS, REPORTS CORRESPONDENCE. SKCS (SW) MAMERTO GUANCO SKI (CPO SELECTEE) SCOTT DAVIS SKI RONALD PAGDANGANAN SK3 JAMES CONTRERAS SK3 BRIAN TAM SKSN GARY DUNCAN PG57 THE SNAKEBITE CAFE IS RUN BY THE MEN OF S-2 DIVISION. THEY PLAN AND PREPARE OVER 1200 MEALS EACH DAY FOR THE CREW OF ANTIETAM. S-2 WON THE NEY AWARD NAVY WIDE IN 93 AND WAS RUN- NER UP IN 94 MSl THEO ATAYAN MS2 MICHAEL LANCASTER PC 58 «IMEA15| MS3 SEAN CROSS 1 ECIK)NT«I i M Tv MS2 ROBERT INGRAM MS3 MATTHEW CHARRON MS3 NAT ELLIOT MSSN LADEN ANDREWS MSSN TERRANCE BULLOCK MSSN JOSE SANCHEZ MSSN JARON SCHUMACHER MSSA WILLIAM YOUNG MSSR GARTH MELENDY SUPPLY DEPARTMENT S-3 S-4 S-6 DIVISION S-3 HANDLES THE SHIP STORE, VENDING MACHINES, LAUNDRY AND BARBER SHOP. THESE PROFESSIONALS ARE ONE OF THE FACTORS IN PROVIDING MWR WITH THE FUNDS FOR KEEPING UP CREW MORALE S-4 DIVISION IS THE SMALLEST DIVISION ONBOARD. THEY DO EVERYTHING FROM FIXING PAY PROBLEMS, TO CASH- ING CHECKS AND MAKING OUT ALLOT- MENTS S-6 DIVISION HANDLES OUR MAIL,IS- SUES MONEY ORDERS AND SELL STAMPS. DKC(SW) CRISPULO OBANA SHI KEVIN LEWIS PCI TONY PARTLOW SH2JOELTOLENTINO SUPPLY DEPARTMENT DK.2 STEVEN WEST I SH3 KEVIN ANDREWS SH3 RODNEY FRENCH SH3 HERBERT LAWSON SH3 RORY OLDS SHSN JOSE MARTINEZ flfflNO j I SUPPLY DEPARTMENT PG61 STORES ONLOAD MS3 BULLOCK. MAKING ANTIETAM BURGERS CDR PALATAS AND CDR CONDE ARE UNDERCOVER IN PUSAN PC 62 SUPPLY DEPARTMENT CANDID CAMERA new C, HE ' S SMILING. THAT MEANS HE ' S KNOCKING DOWN THOSE WHEN THE BARBER SAY ' S OOPS, THEN ITS TIME TO START ilCES AGAIN WORRY ING PG63 LTJG JOHN PAYNE PNC GLEN EICK.MAN NX DIV e . • " •IK LT PETER STRONG HMC ROBERT SANSOM KAVIJM BTRATl (jtARTER IHATKEE MASTER (ORKME ffilM PG64 NAV ADMIN DIVISION %. ' ADMIN IS COMPRISED OF THE RATES YEOMAN (YN), AND PERSONNELMAN (PN| THEY WORK IN THE SHIPS OFFICE HANDLING YOUR SERVICE RECORD AND OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE NAV IS MADE UP OF ONE OF THE OLD- EST RATINGS IN THE NAVY TODAY. QUARTERMASTERS (QM) ARE THE GUYS THAT KEEP US ON TRACK. NX ALSO HAS MASTER AT ARMS (MA), HOSPITAL CORPSMEN (HM), OUR NAVY CAREER COUNSELOR (NC), AND THE SHIPS 3-M COORDINATOR KIBK YNl KENNETH BOBBITT NCl GEORGE DAVIS QMl KEITH GIDDINGS MAI DANIEL PHILLIPS EXECUTIVE NAVIGATION DEPARTMENT PG65 PN2 MICHAEL LEAVERS PN2 DONALD OCARROLL YN2 STANLEY ROBINSON HM3 DAVID CLARK YN3 PAUL CLAYTON HM3 REY DELACRUZ NUIAKE RP3 LENOX MALCOLM QM3 MICHAEL PLATO QM3 RALPH PRINCE PC 66 QM3 DALE RUTTER YN3 LEON WILLIAMS RMSN CHARLIE CHAVEZ YNSA RICKY SANDERS QMSN BRYAN VOLK PG67 NX CANDID CAMERA THE QM GANG HANGING OUT UP ON THE BRIDGE. ARE WE LOST OR WHAT? YN3 CLAYTON TRYING ON THE " LATEST " FASH- IONS FOR THAT GQ LOOK GEE, PETTY OFFICER CLARK, YOU SAID IT WOULDN ' T HURT JUST ANOTHER DAY IN NX ■ PG68 NX CANDID CAMERA LT STRONG DOING THE HAND CLASP PROJECT IN PUSAN, KOREA MANNING THE RAIL FOR NX IS YN3 CLAYTON [ SO LONG HAWAII, SEE YA ' IN AUGUST PG69 LCDR JAMES ROBERTS LT GLENN CUNNINGHAM - LT THOMAS HARRINGTON I I AIR DET OFFICERS HSL45 THE MO THEaEE WTH Ai CISTICSl .«NDO StSTAlN SOME II LT SHAWN MALONE LT RICHARD OCONNELL LTJG MICHAEL BAZE PG70 AIR DEPARTMENT JusaoN ANTIETAM S AIR DEPARTMENT HSL 45 IS HOME PORTED OUT OF NA5 NORTH IS- LAND, IN SAN DIEGO, CA. WE HAD TWO OF THEIR -BIRDS ' FOR SIX MONTHS THE MOST ADVANCED HELICOPTER IN THE FLEET, THE SEAHAWKS ARE TASKED WITH ASW MISSIONS, OTH-T, SEARCH AND RESCUE, EARLY WARNING AND LO- GISTIC SUPPORT (MAIL RUNS.) THE DET EMBARKS MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL AND OPERATORS TO SUPPORT SUSTAINED AIR OPERATIONS AT SEA. SOME LUCKY CREW MEMBERS GOT RIDES I PG71 AMHAN KEVIN EDWARDS AA JERALD SCHONEMAN AIR DET DEPARTMENT HELLO ESPERANCE BA BA BA BAD TO THE BONE A GOOD TIME DOWN UNDER LARRY, CURLY AND MOt AMAZING WHAT YOU CAN FIND IN KOREA PG73 THE WARDROOM TRYING OUT LOCAL FOODS THERE WAS A TIME, NOT SO LONG AGO, WHEN PUSAN, KOREA WAS A BARGAIN FOR SHOPPERS IF WE LEFT FOOD OUT IN THE GALLEY, WOULD PEOPLE STILL EAT IT? PUSAN, KOREA IS FAST BECOMING ONE OF THE MAJOR SHIPPING POINTS IN THE FAR EAST. WITH A MODERN PORT, CLOSE TO THE SEA LANES, IT PLAYS A MAJOR ROLE IN KOREA ' S DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM HI NO TRIP TO KOREA IS COMPLETE WITH- OUT A STOP ON TEXAS STREET FOR SOME SHOPPING IN TENNIS SHOES, LEATHER] JACKETS AND MINK BLANKETS PG74 3PtOPli!r A SHRINE LOCATED CLOSE TO ABERDEEN HONG KONG 94 BOAT CITY SEEN UP CLOSE LOCATED CLOSE TO CHINAS BORDER, THIS LAST AREA OF BRITISH CONTROL WILL REVERT BACK TO CHINAS CONTROL IN 1997. FOR $4 MILLION DOLLARS, YOU CAN OWN THIS HOME A PEACEFUL SKYLINE ,|BERDEENS PUBLIC HOUSING GROWS AS MORE PEOPLE MOVE OFF OATS INTO NEW HOMES PC 75 Rr. P ANTIETAM TIED UP IN DOWNTOWN HuNO kONG gf ' v ' H HhBSb VICTORIA PEAK ET2 MEYERS HARD AT WORK WITH ETl STARNES IT ONLY GOES UP AS LAND RUNS OUT i1 PC 76 OFF-LOADING SUPPLIES FOR HAND CLASP HANDCLASP PROJECT IN KOREA PROJECT HAND CLASP PLAYS AN IMPORTANT PART IN HELP- ING THE ANTIETAM ASSIST UN- DER PRIVILEGED CHILDREN THROUGHOUT THE WORLD SUCH A NARROW STAIRWAY £EW TAKES A BREAK IN SINGAPORE t FER THE WORK IS DONE. NOT AN HT IN SIGHT WHEN YOU NEED ONE i .1 A I A WORKING PARTY THAT I LIKE DOING PG 77 PC 78 TO THE BRITS FOR THEIR LOSSES It zoo CREW ON THE LOOSE .;ain ON OUR WAY TO SIMBAWANG TELL HIM HE CANT CHEW GUM PC 79 PC 80 LTJG SCHUH QAINC THE SLIDERS I ANTIETAMS SOFTBALL TEAM AFTER WINNING ANOTHER ONE RIDING THE LIBERTY BOAT OFF BAHRAIN a i • LOOK OUT TELLY, HERE COMES ANTIETAMS H AIR CLUB FOR MEN ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL LAUNCH OF AN SM2-MR FLIPPER WANTS TO PLAY NOT OFTEN DO YOU GET A CHANCE TO SEE THIS SHOOTEX 94 ON THE FANTAIL PG81 FLOODING! FLOODING! FLOODING! A SMILE AND A WISH FOR ALL THIS GOLD PG82 THE DESERT DUCK GET- TING READY TO DELIVER MAIL A MOSQUE IN BAHRAIN RMl NAVARRETTE IN ABU DAHBI PG83 THE CAPTAIN PAYS HIS RESPECTS WHEN DAVY JONES AND KING NEPTUNE VISITED ANTI ETAM THE CREW WAS CALLED TO MUSTER ALL THE WOGS FOR THE CROSSING OF THE LINE CELEBRATION KING NEPTUNE AND THE,, t ROYAL BABY WHAT A CREW PG84 HOLDING ROYAL COURT THEY ONLY LASTED TWO MINUTES SMILING FACES. NOT! IT ALL LOOKS SO GOOD W; JH|H| WHAT A SIGHT! SO MUCH SLIME THE SUPPLY GUYS STEAL THE STAGE REMOVE THAT SLIME THE REWARD ; VtKWM NEPTVNj - ' : N YAVt --_ ' ' Cfsr PG85 BISSELL SAID THE SURF S GREAT PC 86 ETl STARNES EXPLORES ESPERANCE PART OF THE OLD TOWN ESPERANCE 94 A QUAINT LITTLE TOURIST TOWN. THE LOCALS TOOK US IN, PROVIDED A PLACE FOR US TO REST AND SHOWED US THEIR SIGHTS. A GAME OF VOLLEYBALL WITH THE LOCALS WHAT A SUNSET! PG87 STREAMING OUR BEST FOR OUR FRIENDS DOWN-UNDER ADELAIDE 94 EAGER WAS HALF THE WORD PG88 PG89 EVEN IN SOME UNUSUAL PLACES BUT IT DOES ALLOW ONE TO PET A KOALA PG90 THE OPERA HOUSE AT NIGHT SO CUTE ANOTHER VIEW OF THE SKY LINE IT ' S NOT THE GOLDEN GATE PG91 ANYDAY IN THE NAVY PHOTO WINNERSCAP ' SHOT BY CDR PALATAS SHOT BY CDR PALATAS SHOT BY MSI GRAVES - I PG92 CAPTAIN ' S CHOICE FOR ANYDAY SHOT BY CDR PALATAS SHOT BY BM2 BRESCOLL SHOT BY MSI GRAVES SHOT BY CDR PALATAS PG93 WOG-DAY PART TWO PREPARING TO RECEIVE THE ROYAL COURT WHAT A GANG OF SLIMY WOGS ROW, ROW, ROW YOUR BOAT OLD TECH MEETS HIGH TECH PG94 !l f - PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT A mq EVEN GOT SOME FUEL FROM THE BRIT S i HLRt S THE -CHUCK E V FILLING STATION IP] ALMOST LIKE UNOCAL. WHO ' S GOT THE CREDIT CARD PG95 FRIENDS GET A CHANCE TO RIDE ALONG EVEN HAD SOME ARMY ONBOARD .C(ir A PICTURE OF A PICTURE OF A PICTURE HE DID WHAT TO YOU? 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