Anzio (CG 68) - Naval Cruise Book

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Lieutenant General Mark Clark, commandingthe AH1Cf1C3U Fifth Army, ordered Operation Shingle- amph1b1OUS 2155311115 at the beachheads at ANZIO and Nettuno, north of the Gustov line, to bypass the main German force and clear the road to Rome. 40,000 Allied troops landed on 22 January 1944. The landing force at ANZIO was the most diverse group of forces assembled during the war. American strength was equaled or exceeded by a mixture of British, French, Italian, Canadian, New Zealand, South African, Brazilian, and Indian contingents. It included the African American 92nd Infantry Division and the Nisei battalions of Japanese Americans. Banding this force together as a combat team presented one of the most unique leadership challenges of the war. After initial success and a brief drive toward Rome, the Allies were driven back and pinned on the beachhead by a greatly superior German force. Hitler made the decision to keep his hold in Italy, whatever the cost. Germany eventually committed 80,000 additional troops to the ANZIO front to Hpush the Allies back into the sea". Through sheer bravery and heroism the Allies held the beachhead. During the all out offensive waged against the German forces on February 18-22, the Allies fought off four frontal and three flank assaults, while withstanding Luftwaffe strikes and howitzer barrages, U.S. Navy destroyers and gunboats were grounded to bring their guns within range for beachhead support. The Germans realized they would be unable to drive the smaller force from the beachhead and reorganized their forces to hold the Allies in place, cut off their supplies, and break their will to fight. German air and howitzer strikes continuously bombarded the beachhead and sea basin. A steady stream of propaganda was broadcast over radio waves and dropped from the sky in the form of leaflets. The Allies fought the elements also. Thousands suffered from frostbite, pneumonia, and dysentery. Despite heroic efforts, medical personnel were unable to treat the illnesses without proper facilities and supplies. I The Allied will never wavered- and finally, wi long awaited reinforcements, they broke out on May 25p and ultimately stepped the victory march through R0 It in June 1944. N The strategic importance of ANZIO in if liberation of Italy is well documented. The campaign contribution to the overall Allied effort in Europe ho ever, is often overlooked. The two German COIPS incalculable tons of supplies occupied on the ANZIO fl were destined for Normandy. The successful Allt landings there in June 1944 are due largely to the herol of the ANZIO forces. I In six months of fighting, nearly 28,000 casualties were suffered. 22 Americans were 21W2lfdQ ' the Medal of Honor, the greatest number of alll' Smgle battle of the war. On 25 May 2000, the 5601 anniversary of thxj Allied break-through at ANZIO, the OfficerS and plete Of USS ANZIO stood in silence to remember the Ultima sacrifice of our fallen comrades. Medal of Honor Citations at the Battle of Anzio Sgt. Sylvester Antolak PFC John W. Dutko Capt. William W. Galt PFC Lloyd C. Hawks Staff Sgt. George J. Hall Pvt. Elden H. Johnson lst Lt. Beryl R. Newman Pvt. James H. Mills Sgt. Truman O. Olson Pvt. Furman L. Smith 2nd Lt. Van Barfoot Cpl. Paul B. Huff Pvt. Herbert F. Christian 2nd Lt. Thomas W. Fowler 2nd Lt. Ernest H. Dervishian Tech 5th Eric G. Gibson PFC Patrick L. Kessler PFC William J. Johnson PFC Alton W. Knappenberger lst Lt. Jack C. Montgomery PFC Henry Schauer PFC John C. Squires Opposite: Lt. Gen. Clark at ANZIO. Above: ANZIO color guard renders a 21-gun salute, as the wreath they have just laid floats by. Right: All Hands observe a moment of silence. "Stand and F ight! " The order by Lt.Gen. Mark Clark to the embattled Allied army at ANZIO. ---ADOPTED AS THE MOTTO OF USS ANZIO --- Captain W. F. Barns, United States Navy Commanding Officer I r a- ., i, gl- Captain William Flemming Barns was I il ii" "ii 9 i'itit 9 born in Houston, Texas in Novemberl953, He graduated from the University of i i Louisville with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and was commissioned y g in 1975 through the Naval Reserve Officer gffl Training Corps. At sea, he served as a Pi? Division Officer in Uss coNCoRD nuts 55, as a Department Head in the commissioning crew of USS JACK WILLIAMS QFFG 245, as Operations 9 4 Officer in USS SAMPSON CDDG l05, and as Executive Officer in USS ROBERT G. BRADLEY CFFG 495. He commanded USS EXPLOIT CMSO 4405 and USS ADROIT CMSO 5095 along with USS THACH CFFG 435 forward deployed with U .S. SEVENTH in.Yokosuka, fapan. In addition to several Mediterranean deployments he participated in Operation URGENT FURY in Grenada, as well asf EARNEST WILL, DESERTSTORM andf SOUTHERN wATCHjin the central, Region, I . I . 5 + irtr to ltt.. I , gf Captain Barns attended,thfe',Nava,lQ Po stgradu ate S chool, wh'e,re7 he- Y-,jf Initial Accessions Assignment Officer Personnel, Executive Assistant for Department Head Training at Surface Warfare Officers School Command and? Chief, Exercise Division, Operations Directorate CCCJ-35 U.S. Central Command, He Wag awarded aMaster of degree in National Security and Strategic Studies from the Naval War College in November I996 and iS graduate of the Joint and Combined Warfighting School, Armed Forces Staff College. I I it I if y CHPIFUU PefS9Ua1dSCorations include the Defense Superior Service Medal, Bronze StarMedal Combat Distinguishing Dev1ce5, the Meritorious Service Medal Cwith four gold stars5 and the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal. r I . I I I .W Q 5 .y . ,.... Qi "-I ,gn A i' 2.1.5 Yu' I I-2,,,,,'A pp 1, I 1 WL I ' , A, Ipqi ,j. Tlx, ,i V 1' W 5, ' .-fI H nV-Y ' 'n f "" I "ff" 4 awarded a Master of Arts degree Security Affairs. His otherytastsignmentslg ashore include duty as the,Surface W arfdrdf Shore Coordinator at the Bureau of Navalgg commmoiuc oFFicER use Arezzo rec say Dear ANZIO, Family and Friends, This Cruise Book chronicles ANZIO's participation in the EISENHOWER BATTLE GROUP JOINT TASK GROUP Mediterranean Deployment 00-l. From the outset, this deployment offered immense challenge as well as boundless opportunity, The February transit of the North Atlantic to perform Naval Surface Fire Support Qualification on the range at Cape Wrath, Scotland gave all of us onboard a healthy appreciation for the unpredictability ofthe weather and a sense of mission accomplishment. Similarly, the operations and exercises that ANZIO conducted in the Adriatic and Aegean Seas characterized summer in the Mediterranean and cooperation at its finest. ANZIO's superb performance on station represents a sizeable commitment on behalf of the U.S. in terms of deterrence and presence in this volatile region. Throughout the deployment, this magnificent warship has been carefully maintained and skillfully operated by the best Sailors in the U,S. Navy! They have perfomied each tasking admirably, whether deterring conflict, perfecting tactics with our NATO allies, integrating with the other members of IKEBATGRU, or appropriately representing the Navy and the Nation to our hosts. ANZIO's Sailors have performed brilliantly thanks to the unswerving support provided on the home-front. This Cruise Book is dedicated to ANZIOls crew and their families. As the deployment commenced, we established our End State: "A safe and successjid deployment where ANZIO 's presence in the E UC OMXCOMSLXT HFLT Area of Responsibility made a memorable ondfavoroble impression while honoring her namesake. " Judging by what you see in this book, there are memories that indicate we have achieved just that. Thank you one and all for your faithful contribution. Most sincerely, A aptain, U.S. Navy "ANZIO, STAND AND FIGHT!" LCDR Hesham D. Oubari, United States Navy Executive Officer LCDR Oubari was commissioned via the Nnorc aviigima Polytechnic InstitutefGQ Techll and State University in 1986, Where he graduated with a BS in Engineering Science and Mechanics. His first tour wgg aboard Uss NEW JERSEY CBB 625, when he served as Boilers Division Officeraiid Turret Three Officer. Chosen an Operations Department CV-RIP, oubafi served in Uss MIDWAYCCV41gj as one of the five Wartime Officers. Billets heidinciuaed Combat Direction Center Officer if pi Warfare underwaypas a divisiqri then both HA" and"Bi' department head during the ing process. g in Q, V ,. v LCDR Ovbafwftsf the department pipeline served IHOUSS T 495 as Weapons Officer and , I , 1 ,- ,.-13' '4 '?eT'f"'Cf."l '49 Systems Gfflceff . , , V, W , .,,f, no Anti-Air Warfare Commander, KITTY HAWK Western Pacific LCDR iOuba1'i Worked in e'ltr i Force SouthwestAs1aj , Center as a DefensiveDuty Naval officer on the AOC .floorg . , gi K W . I 'li K 4,5-J1:,.f:?',,!w,ftf,i LCDR Oubari graduated A from the Naval War earning an MA in National Security and Strategic studies. His joint tour was at OSD's BallisticnMissile Organiration, where he served as the Naval liaison to US Atlantic Command. He served at Nasjaniji officer in the Theater Air and Missile Defense division. LCDR Oubari is married to the former Ute Schillg' T ' V: fbifj " I- fffff ' tit' , 34:55 A i i T T 'T u, I.1"fii-.7223 C2 4 S D. Deemer, USN Comman Master Chief n I 'N . Vi . ,ig . vs 1. , ':"3'W'M'55E"i'fL 1591 V' .z Jr -'A 1- :-- ,, Q f Wa -- .V V ' ii.. - Master Chief Donald A. Deemer was born on l October 1961 in Weirton, WV. He enlisted in the Navy on ll February 1980 and completed Recruit Training in Orlando, FL. His duty assignments include: Aircraft Inter- mediate Maintenance Department Oceana, USS John F. Kennedy CCV 675, Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department Norfolk, USS Coral Sea CCV 435, Naval Air Technical Training Center Millington TN, USS Inchon CMCS 125, Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department, Norfolk. Master Chief Deemer graduated from Tidewater Community College in 1999 where he earned an Associate Degree in Business Administration. His personal awards include: Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal, Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal with two Gold Stars, Navy Good Conduct Medal with three Bronze Stars and Navy Expert Pistol Medal. 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H 1 , . S Ot ef asslgnmeme melude e teufe ef duty 21tFort Bragg, North Carolina, 1Fort enj amin arrison, Indiana, Fort Knox, Kentucky, Bad Kreuznach, Germany Aberdeen Fort Eustis, Virginia where he retired in November 1960 as a Master Sergeant 1 11 I sf? 1i'1 His ersonal deco t' ' 1 ' 1 ' I 1, 1i1l1 ye Campaign hliledal Euro eix lnillugglthe Army Good Conduct Medal, American Defense Service O 1 P , n- 1 e Eastern Campaign Medal The World War Il Victory Medalf head and 3 Bronze Engagement Stars. WOODY h f' 1 , . , 1 1 '- S . . 1- 1 as ive children andresides in Newport News, V1rg1n1a.g,y ,-qi Chaplain Campbell graduated from Campbell University? attended The Seufhefn BaPl1Sl1TheO10g1Ca1 S5fml1l?17i11llle9U15V1lles wherefhe was l2WHfd19d111911MHSfef Of D1VimlY11U1 December 21SSisnedVtel Wing, l1, feue 1l1 ,1 11l liiielude the 11i 11 1 11.1 g 11111 1 111,111 , 1.1,1 111' Q15 1l1 11211161 ",l E255 i1l111 eflz' 1: 1, 11 ,,,,, , ,, , ,11, 1, 1,,1 ,,1, 11 1,,,, 1-11.11 ,. 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Together with her assistants, Gretchen Donn and Christi Griffith, they volunteered untold hours of their free time on our behalf. The title of an Ombudsman is one that many people find difficult to understand, partly because they carry out their duties so well. An Ombudsman's vast responsibilities cannot easily be quantified into a single word. Counselor, advisor, friend, and confidant are but a few of the ways we would categorize their unselfish service. nfl, 11 Through late-night phone calls, E-mail, and letters, Lee, Christi, and Gretchen have always been available to lendeahelping hand on the homefront. sailors, vvivtes, and families have slept better each night with 'the 117' 1 ' I 1 ., T TT 1T1k11eW1edge that they were 211WeYS "OH Tvvatchff, Our heartfelt gratitude for their WQWVW 14.4 "11 TT T' ' . -yse1fv1ce1can never be fully expressed! . QQQWL EQQWE Hfiiiifi iWWwsHWTf1fTQTmfMQVfii,ff 1'iis 111l.,. Eff 7fMiW3! 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Above: Sunset in Rhodes, Greece. n, , , , iellfbarked SH-60lQf Armed Helicopters., pffhe crews leader, AV C vp - SH A ' Renherg , 1: 1 1 X p AIRVQETOIC it up 2 + , , - , Q zggj , . 2 v 2 . f' var., 4 ' fZYs-v ' , VM' cf 1 , , - ff li LTiHarris 1 A g A LT Stafford A LT, Gomez V LTJG Barr 4 MAINTENANCE 'GPERAJEIONSW TACTICS ADMIN p TRAINING A f L ,V I 0 Zzxi 6, l Y f J ,., .JZ V X VA , ni A. 1 I ffl- Y I Q , .-, f ,nl 1 , ., . ,, ,,,, I wt rl AVCMQAWISVQ McCarthy "THE oLD TIMER,, The AirpDepartment aboard ANZIO hails from Helicopter Anti5Submarine Squadron Light FOUR ElGHTlocated in sunnyp Mayport, Florida. The .bgtachmenf LCDRgbaVid Ri-fnberg, iwho, along with.five other pilots and three. Enlisted Aircrew fly the two CM AWISWJ Jim1McCar1hy, leads the maintenance effort for the aircraft and is AM AT AZ 'AO and AW ratings Thei LAMPS MK Ill Core B Helicopters operated ?UPP0IT5diby17Enlistedpersonnelint1re'AV,AD,AE, 5 , fp 1 'Q f M ' . -3, Q , V' t g bythe delflChIT1CI1f CHZITY Hellffireaiid lgenguin missiles and Mk-Z16J'5O torpedoes toqcompletemanyf different missions including: Surface Vlfarfare Undersg Q 1ffare ia11dil2CSCL1e Vertical Replenishment and Medical Evacuation.:Nicknamed "Darkstorrn,,, the detachment ' f a' f , , - . Q . , . , . , A . . , . ' if V A A ' rt f several 'oint and combined exercises during the Eisenhower Battle Group ffmlP1F?1?d over hours and 1100 landingsin SUPP0 0 ' J ' . f 3 ,g v 'f 1 Mediterranean OO-il deploymentrb A A W V A g i 17 ,, Q t' ' ,, , R 4 "AE1qAvSij13'fifrf A A AMs1qAWpHug , AT2 Abefcfombie AOZKAWISWJ Mullings , VV, ' .ATZCAWJ Fdggusoh ' ADZCAWISWJ Jgckson ' W AZ2Mob1ey wwf f ,,, Luv, f VV: ,x 9 M ,. 3 AW2CN1EXC!SWJ'Wiggins i AE3 Blythe f V4. ,f f Q 7 Q. AD3 Head AW3CNACJ Koch + s . V f 4 2 ,'.U ,J :,fa,,3 ' , 1 , ,f , ffl Means 14 ,pa 4 , wlf w, 4. , Net p1efcured: , a 4 ,AMS35BQyee ff fl! 714,434 I I sy? 1 t Z , , K V S Q . V5 if I5 X ,, em, f ' i , ' 4' ,V 0 s, , f A , Y Far LeftgfAE3eBIythe prejznsfor V , fanQthef'n1iSSiaon .3 lf Left: AD3 out ori at Righfz AWS aK6Ch Q61 WCt21tQSWQ'1fI'Cf111ii1f1lZHKYIHHOS.QQ 4 iiottoah some rout1ne1r1i1ai1d1ena11Cei 3 3 K a A 'gif RG NWAT3 Soale AW3qNACy Goodwin 5 A , .A gf Afqz lima gg QM? i ,, Y Above: LT Gomez and'LTJ G Barr take 111 seme sun at Steel Beach. ' ' ' 1 X V ah X X 29 1' ,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,, fy ,Mm f 51 Q, ., , A ff ,,kk. , f fff,,,,..p,,f,, 0 ,f,, - I , ,fff 0 ff,f.,.,, I In 1 , X y X , f f 2 f X, X ' W , , if ' K - .1 Wea fm epa t l W X I , . 4 , I ! LCDR Renshaw ' 1 g Combat Systems Officer Combat Systemsland Weapons? W Departments combrner to proxudea ANZIO with the awesome force whichf t Q ' Q ,t,, Lt ll!! we call "The AEG1S,CombatSystem".m f s i Q Q AEGIS allows ANZIQ to conduct simultaneous engagements in multi+Warf fare scenarios in hostile environments. ANZIO,s Co batf System is main4 tained and operated by the most highly-trained and skilled sailors inthe world . , . 4 I I , W. y x - , s ff Z 2 7 A , 74.4 f . f t M ,. l ' " I, M , X , , fx 3 1 3LTJG spauldiligf fl LTJG Ward f LTJG Maison l ENS ' sro f A oRD l a l l aflmes 9 ASWOT M1ssrLEo 20 M a 153 61353 ' LT skmnefQ1fl LTJG Bryanst l fLTIG wi,kTJG liigremer EMO as t Foo' l 1 X, f 1 1 1 n 4 - 'ny 4 1 , , 4 , , ' FCCSCSWjRoi1rer ' NCSMMfLCPQf7 ' ,GMCQSWD , Mm 2 U 4' , Owens in 'uf 'lf-'r-Q.. JM K ' if imi- .. .L ., 0 Qzfsxivf J f" CC SWT H 4 F ryonf., . , ,,:-sw A x . ,. X f s,:nx.f' t 0" ', ,G ,. ,M fflw X 2 IVY,-.ax V ", ,iixx F-14 ' . K ETCCSW, D W11sion mg 2 ,Vi Z V x' M634 JM ff ffm . , M: f , SQ 'gm k 1reZ2x-' + , "Mg , X 1 ,. , .' 1 -..,f ravi ' ,, 0 X' 4 " ' 4 ' .1 lv , 5-994 fo U 'Vg' 'ms' 5'6" - - ' ' ' 1 fx. 7 l:?f WZ My ,hlrf .x N? MM, ,,,'fz .. ww-- Jil I .yr 1 I n no 1 if fm 4 , . 3 . . ,. 2 A , Q4 3, 1, in . 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CA division hasfagrgat dealiiof talentmwhichihas resulted ina vefy Snggegsfifl deployment. ig geggcelled int all iA,SWfeg2ei1gS including ASWPTQ Z Q andexeroises Shaiik Hunt, Pieneef 11, end DYNAMIC MIX zooo. iThe iTEAMgiS relentless effort has directly reflected esueeegg upoh ANZIO throughout Med Deployment 20005 f 2, , , f Z 4 4 Q4 t 1 l ir , 4 f ff , , .,i ,, ,iya V ,,fL ,f Q ,Q , g Abfvver STG1 Rtidfisueii relaxes in POFYOTOZ, Above: STG1 Smithifand' 431552 Hodock reaffirm thieiriffienilsfhilifii , Slovenia. , A ' 2 22 'V fa 1 ' Q 1 - ' ' STG3 Krqwczyk STG3 Marshall' STG3' Perez Q Sickler ' 1 ' ' ' . SIG3, Waterbury STGSNfBaeza , STGSN Duerr AQ TMSN Gorfliebsen Afro . . ff . Yr ' fs. WEPS reporting for lifeguhrd dutsqy aff I , ,,.i t Q' ,nt ., 4 . , ' ff , ,. , , , , , , - OE , ,, yi al -' 5 , ,I Univ 6timetrbivision A - ,',z.' .q, ' 5+ ETICSWJ Baker p ICICSWXAWJ Bellamy Eriqsvvp Pqgrer ETZCSWD Bmnef' ' ,W ETQCSWJ Deed ' ETZQSWJ Holbvp iczqswp Kreenef Erzcswp Laofaligeir p ' s , , . Cfoinbatflectriinics Division has they inost professifonallairiij knovvledgeable anQ11ICteChDiQi2ms the f1eet.fOE1r to prevent and repairpelectrognioiegtiiprnent casualties. ?Are2is50f regpgngibility ineludex interior exterior oommutricationsggillf and fades!inevieafwnderalibfariorn Additionallyg We were reebgnizecf ieishaving one of the nest 2M Eleetronief Repair laboratories Ein theifleet. CE Division? sQroLitiHe steilar perfornqanoe constantly improves? Aniiois, War fighting capabilities and qtialityl of life. Division sets eiganiple for leatiership andvsucoess in eleetronid iiqgintenaneet 5 an v la P? 'V z Q ,,, ff - ,V Z ,, , Q 4 1 ,f ,X X , 5 ' ' ,ff X A g 4Ab0V? 'Color atthe ready in Palmas Q i 7 Above Right: '6Are yogi back again?'i?F' ,T i Lefty 5 Wwlgvyyou like fries with ithatsiig off Far Rightzigflfini sttpeiliifhanks for .zasldngliif is A,4iV .,,, , , ,Aff Awf 'fz, ' W ,, X' L . Q Q av 4,,,,A V x YW! I , . . 4 5 ,. ffwfsg+ k ' j ' X 4 7 :X 1 X f :W s A ,I I 4 'f ' 4- V ,. 4 0 , f Qwla ,.:,,,,,.. ., . - ,A ffyi , , , ' '74 4 , ' ff, 5 ? R1ghr:Ch111m'f Q oqti11Kopejf3 , , yf, fi 'ff 4 Q , ' 7 fffg f Gif 1 'z52nf? xl? I ,, Q, ' ,2 4' ' 2 21,3 K fETiqsvs9'BaQkep py5ud1yjd1Sp1ayS hi2 s ESWS Quail , v 1 v , 4 ' f ' f , 4 I ETZCSWJ. Dunn ET2CSWJxMissimer Bass D i . I Lilly ' .. 'Q ETMSVS6 Mi1'1Qr E'1l3CSWJ McDougal ICFNA Gaddie '. 5 f ETSN ScameheOrn- "'f ,.v sgf G 0 fit. 'iff' , J, , 2 , , 1, fl ' ,, , Q L, f W , 1 , 4 Z , a f , Q i , i Combat. Fire ControllDiVision members operate and 4 i 7 Aegis computer suite and SfY7L15f radar. fifhey are also responsible V' Cooperative Engagement Capability QCECJ4 CDCS and Sea Wagpab r X W s are top of the line experimentaljsyistemsfwliich giye ANZIQ uniqug fr , 5 t s b bilities not found on arhaf Qoruiser s.' ,J '-. I ' FC1CSWJChar1ton r PCMSWJ Daub FC1 Gardner, ' f ' r FCZCSWJ Garcia 4 44,7 'V sf L. I .. FC2CSWJMil1er FCZCSWJ Moore 7 QECZCSWJ Turiozek i . i i FCZCSWJ Nelson 4 , ,1, ?a M" 1' 1 -.f . ,J f nz., Q 1 ' s , M4 4 3 Q ,V aa f 4 K , 4 . y 2 ' 1 ' FC2 C. Hill 4 V . V FC2Spears ' FCZCSWD Tucker - Cwens I , 1 1 Y Vg , 5 X,,,,4xxZZf 6 f , V f, ' X i x f L' EQ3 Aloi T? .FC3 Bfockhaus FC3 Clemente , '. 5 FC3 Hauf ., 4 4 I 6 ,, I . 1 I ? x Above? FCSN ifikiiaiid my DOG, f back Qf46'st0 gies,,iy2?? Bekpw: your V sr. ,,,2 4, ,xy x wav 4 , 1. Ab ove: EC2 Moore trying Gto act seri0usQf Belowg lliice 2the secgnid CO1'1'liHgbf V 5fTh5 B eac1hBoysT'. fi L ..- x , A Q ' , . AFC3 J1 Hi1I ' ' FC3 Mvontiiirdi 4 fFC?"0f1e, 5 5 '1fC3lPanzano FC3 Paf1iQf FC3 Vig1g2on, ' FC3 Patton FCSN Pixler P FCsN 'Pf1ichafd .xg T1 - ' ' V , ' ,f .,L s '- ' c""' 'bv , 'f ,. i ,- f' L -fv fx r , . ff . ,.. . 4"f-.J -A Q! , F. "ni ' ' f' ' A' f? S--in ,A" 'Q irriy' zz,-1 Lauri!! , .. -euvjggxg 'lr A 1. 3 , 7. k E31 A '- 9:-N S. . Md hun 28 ' ' :ry 1 L.-. . Z. L .-:l'. 'ff' ft, 4 . f Q 1,5 1 4 4 1 Ga .,f J!! iii 32:1 N, ,. iv g, i n 1. ,rl gy a , ffg, 12, A L ' Z' '4, 1 Q 4 1 , A, o , -v Top Left: T.1Qx.,5HQi1fI1ggg tram nde tOiLOHdOI15 ' TOP Righf! shdws ilfjff 01294 ,,Q , V 79' f4,gg,, ff - gg 2- .vs 5441, 7 , ,,, hnfz KU , f . 1, W ' M " 4 S 1 5" Above: CF Divisicjh pfgildly n1gg1s3 t129Qc0Ioifguard : on ANZIO Biea9hhg5ac1ZCcf:m11je11f1ofation Day. f l ,If f C f V?' ' B0U0n?1Hf2i1E1fi4H fhiS 1ibb5 Out? i ' G0 . Q?" 0' ffi?Hf42wvff k,,,4z ' . Q . 4 ff V v m l of 1 LANZIO,Sordhangeidjvisionlismanned by Gunner,sMf1tes ,f argd P1feqonrrQlmf-:H CFCD- The GMS maintain and 0Pef2Zi1ie,5 y 4 R r Shipmws 5,8154 egmliber MK 45 M0611 L1ghtWClllght'G1fn5Q y 'l 2 A y y l l ' f l llylgunts and the Small Armory. The FC,s mairrrain l r ' l 4 ll ' 1 Xgjperatethe MK 86 Mod 9lGun Fire Control System. Additioifall l ,Q e 4 s ll y areas of responsibility in the divisionrinyelude Amrr1unitionJAdQr L l y lministratiori, PhysicalSecurity, and Small ArmsyQualiHcation5,' y ' f FClCSWjLSoLrrhWoodf 5 ff e GMJQSWD y y f3M2qsW5fkE201b5ify l Fczqswymnwellrg X , AGMZ Stobartyi A, r lGM?iB3bQfilfl If Q, 2 1 v ' -E 'a Z0 V 'QI V, I fy L' ,Q V f K4 y Q 4 , N ,ZW ,r ' ,, ,M f4f7.,,, 1 , 'W , ,M , V V ' 15-,, ' , ,l 3,95 ,4 U ,gf i ' f , , 1 f 1 ly, 5 l . rg , 1, X Q 1 S l , ,. , , 4 V Q 76 1' .1 'G tu. 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CXD1v'1s1o1f , ' n ' , V 1 9f0mahau1k'FC's maintainand operate the A,civaneed 'Ifomahawl, i D Weapon Control StystemWCAT tiainieonstantlymtht i i , i t - t t artaHdSCi6HCG1OfTOm?1h3kC1'uiSe1mSS11eemP10Ym9nt- U X1 Q: ,, 4 ' f f. ,fvzg ., .V 9 f 71, , f ,.,Z. 4 Antz, , GM iqsvify ECICSWJVCODIQQ1 GMIQSWD 1-?iS1if?ff GMIQSWJ Weii nn ff , fy ,, GMZCSWJ eiievaiieis Fezqswy Kifp t i GM2 Mann' GM25Weimertft 'f 4 1. fl xi? K 2 'Vx f',i lavtaomzzo vmsozem 1 , t, . , 3' w , f4 , 302 ' . , , , i , X , L I 1. vi V K+ .4 Above Left: 'Q0k, I just need a few things this time.s.s.i'7 ZfQif.Q2 I fAbovegi 7 Moments aftef picture vtias taken, ajfishisvyam the unattended fishing pole... i .. Q t Left: GMI Colvin renienihers the tigocjd 'ol daysfl' as Ijecks Master-at-Arms. i . 5 i A i is f GM3CSWJ' Cruz FC3 Gabriele GMSJCSWJ Gzirfi FC3eLeich1eitef xf " 4 ' X QM3 Stebbins FC3 Beier FC3 Martin GMSN Beesley -D. Bottom eeft Gun'r We1mer and L1l' W eimet Shatewa haurcut Below Pouch and Lefty on tour ln Cteteb U vb 7 4 Q V, . th ti ff.. , 4 va , , fa' ' i,g, Z 4 'Z 2 f nf - f ,af ,t.ff ff, , , , , f . I ',,,,4 ff 1 N Q I 1 Q , Q , , , , n, A e s 1. ,,,, H n Q . , , n n f e fl! f f 3 , , . V,,,, gf? ' ' , Z ' H ' A , ' 's W " if ff K f ' - - V' f Z af 7, U Q V ' f ' 4 1 f ' 'fy , 2 'M X I -W' ' ,,,,, Q 2 'Mft " ' V Z , " ft it , G ' W W' ha , f f . e, ' x 1 f A , 4 I u , , ' , f f , s ' ngineering Department . 5 takes ANZIO Where We a Q need to go..,yVith style! ' In adtjjtionftofprnpttlsion 4 , fi from ANZIOf S pewerful Q n - gas1tu1b inesgteintgineers proxtide Vitallserviees which are necessary to Conduct the dailyroutinei eleetyical powers L , steam, fireyprotectipngwaste treatment, and f ' fopg potable water. ANZIO'sengineersneVentum gg Cfewnachallengemthey tackle itshead Qn!f,f, 1 x 4 4 f z Q Q 4 A 'f , . ,gwvtffa s "" Lefty Gt cdntreis tne mayhemQ fromiCCSf .4 J 1 Ylzv, M ,,,, il Q j J T tgta 7 n 3A'50v6:VFfhGf21ttack team cools off afteratough Cifill 4 4 ,. A ., ,lm e 3 Q I X xi sl' 1 2 4 4 . , f I 4 2 V 6 r Q LT Eatenf WLTJGfLarson?x LTJG Moakl -5 2 t 34 MPA , aj n DIVOSX ENSWi11aurn 'S 7 ENS Garstka s , MPA s AUXO "'IiQf11?+-at-:airs efa-fr:-e-wr-1: NgQr1 ,, ,,,,., , 1 1. ,, f GSCSVQSWJ Cooper A NLCPO7 Emcqswjf Johnson ENCCSWQQ Hogigai C C bccqswy Pofter ' W , , ' .4 . ,g Clockwzse from top rzghz' DCC Porter reacts to a good dull GSMFN Duncan catches some a1r -DCTT and ETf1' put on theue game faces. a - Hazardoog ii1a'Dubrovnik1 Croatia Cyp Z V ' 1 , ' , 4. V rt , U .'q, 2 4 , ' , '91, ,-, a X 1 X f xg f W Z f 7 yds? W ffl! 2 Ag V X Wx Z if Z A ,J 4.17 f , fi , " EN1CSWDfAdan1s EN1qsW5fGfabams EN 2CSWJfAngad Q EN2 Costa 1 1 . ,QV , , mfEN2 CreSho f Q 0 EN3 Dunham e' e ,a Qi 2 EN3CSWJHiI1 a V ,gay , ' ,wv ,V pr0videS Seiferal key services aboard ANZIO. They maintain the Ship, S laundry,,1'Cff igCI'21tiOl'l, and galley equilimtlaf, providing the crew With over 20,000 83110.95 Of hOt and co1d WaterijEE day, andair conditioning for the entire sh1p. A-Gang even he1iCOpt5f2 4fai1d the ndailj safe QU deek in rough weather. Theinnfgffg-1 A-GANG? 'THE 1MP0sS1z-:LE iWE D0 EVERYDAK a a an MIRACLES BYAPPOINTMENTJ, 4 1 A , f , , 4 ' 4 i 1 Q 7 A 2 a 3 i QI 1 fa, 1, 6' ,,gg, ,fre xl 7' ff U1 my .9 4 ww ...- f f f M ff Z? 1, N N 1 W My f WV 9 h f 1? YQXX f f 7 ,f 'Y All A my XVWNV ff X w 'my 44 16 W rsrzlfllm p I 795629 Wi? C, f ff f X11 2 FGJFJE' X N. W , f fVV,, , I, ZW : , ,,,,,,,, , , f W , Q, f fu P f x ,, ww? s 40" ' , " VH ,Q V " f' f ' 4 X I 4, 1 .f O sg ,,,, 145 4 ,rf 'H' V Main Propulsigjnr Division is manned by highly trained ggfjloiigf 0 i 0 0 Q 1 Q theyGSM, GSE and EN ratings. They nkeep the fires ' J l 0 idg in the screwsyturningngany is at sea. MP Division , , :VV iyvy pmvided l100fk,reliable propalsion and electricalpowef . 0 v.yy A 5, y audwed ANZIO 10f5fC2L11'14OVCI' 30,000 miles rhroughguf Med 333 r f 0 i r 5 ,i,, " 3DePloYment 2000- iWithOi1i the talent Of MP Division Sailciis if ,L if 0 0 my ANZIO would have to hoist sails, light candles and fight with if 7 yy: ityiiiy , , 0 GisM1f5Wbr?ifidefSdn GSMMSWI ENICSWJ Bafghafr GSM,l CSWj!Te1ileton b f 4 454 4, hw .5 2 511:7- gzf, , ,A :,Q .,, Q G - ' ' ,Q K , v GsM2qsW52Ag1eiuigba Gsmzqswyofqdgon 0 GSM2fSWjHerriott yf Q Q Gsi-33 Nefrwff 8 ' I Z 4 . 1 ,, , Z , Ab Far 1 i 64 1 Q W QHJ' x i.,' at , . 0 OVCI GSMFNiZQienilo inspects filel sample daring eft: GSM2 Mollfmallll performs a little touch-upwork. Rlghtf isomsthingf S Wfoligwith this chair. I caniiS165Poin 1t...', A r s g 5 GSEZCSWJ Ontiveros ' GSM2 Pope GSM3CSWJ Aldaco ' I GSM3 Bravo . , . . ,+.' ' v 3 W Q GSM3 Gqnilo N 5. GSM3qsW5 Mohrmann GSE3 Kelly A GSE3 Knight Z2 1 V I s, , X. f 1 rl 14 M in , Smerilli Bailey GSEFN Carnes QQl1FNDadi-: A f, 49' 7x9 f ,vkm f, x ,.x 4 A 3 , GSEFN DUTWH A39 Q fgi , if fail' 4' if W M A I Ji? . 1 0 12641: gf 7 'if iin Iwi: "Ulu, ,M 1 MQW :WW ffl' f ,V ,. , Z! f f ff , 4 If 1+ if , :eff if :ex if R X 7 WL , gy 2 :f r X X ZA N ,ff-"sk-:gs 'K' A I , f' I BNN u, .H ,y , W y ,f,,, f- Wray fy fl Q ww f wwf. me 1 'I ,, 454 ,. ,xy ffw M' ,. ,, , ff?- Z gun. ,gf XXX X4 flic- Q Q x Y., K N. X -f x. 1 4 J ww f ' ,ml in ' ' 6 4 ' Z: iii gii mggg , E , W V ' W f 2,63 ,, X f 'g,EM1Ha1ei? l A11-11.1a0' Carson w f 6 x f, ' f cfLnl?f "f rr vie. 5 gl Iggji1EM3 Nguyen r HUIJIGTQH r 4 EZf1i3FNME1S0nf W b g3MFNlSp1areZ-Riveriajv 5 . irzllg r , ,,A- g, ., gf ,,f, U2 5 - r,1 H,1 r 4 ,J 4 ,,,?."5'af , ' ,,Zf Eva., ft fry, , A 1. , ,, 7 , Q X , , ,' I .V . fu Electrical Divieiolr enysu res the safety eildhreliability of all of AN ZIO'S 560 1 Z PUWC1' requlrelpentg. From the switchboard to thetoaster, from the Qad center to the rron--ANZlG's Electrieiarfs Matei ensure every Htron A 2,203 Wliere it belongs? r- , ' A zfi y b .' 1 , ' n 4 , , Q , , . i 'I I H' IH., VZ gr f, " A 'Q 'll . 1 r, ve , r , L ,,, , I . , , , ,,,, I ,, ,V , . 'sl' 5 f f 4 V " MW K' 7 J f- . ' f P ' ,lzpf Q, ,+ ,' , .Qz,' L, i r - PRGUUGT HSN Bfilwf' EA 2 6 Q 4 ?0RCQ?FEEilNHT K Z , 4 Ig ,U Z W ,' Z, Q ,,Qx xi' r ff' 1 41 , " ,, J HTICSWJ DC2 Dermako HT2 Emefsppfi MR2CSWZfS1ay HT2 Smith? ' 9 DC3 KOI?1kGl DC3 Nichglif DC3 Vazqufpg Q w , X Y ,fbi 7, l, 'V I x O Q ALP, . ' A " . Z, x .U 1' ,f ,va .V f 41 ' W , wil' 4gf Q , 1, Q, X44 ,, Q gf, f 4, ,f ayf , i-LVk ,fy f , Z Z 7 f Z N 'vs paw ,af ,,,ff,-W 'A' fufff' WX - ,7,- 'if 14840 mf gum 1 'jfs 'a I , . gjj asf, Y' ' 4 p ,W 41' 'aff rar" , . r G 4 4, ,ah h 14,40 Navigation, Medical Departinentkeeps ANZIO on track. The ShipfsfjOffice processes awards and greets thedaily flood of request with a 1 friendly sinile. Quarterrnasters lay our track across :the oceangfguiding ANZ10 everyfinch of the Way throughout deploynient. The Aerographers keep us aupatio-date ontheyveather, whileelfiospital Corps- menpare quickhto respond ttyyithfknowledge and expeiftise Whenever called uponi Signalmen skillfully y provide yisual' cornmunications to every passingship. Q7 B . 4 y a yTherReligious Progran1sfSpeCialist serves as they r ' . LTJGW.ll.i y . . a 4 1 ' 4 AVADMIEXFQIZECCT fp Y 5Chap1a1n's assistant. The Master-At-Arms maintains 1 NAEITJG T ' iff ' , y y and ORDERlaboard ANZlOf5 W5 " t it i. ' V QQhaplain, Nayy Career Counselor and '3M'Qoordi- I g 'natori lend their expertise on a daily basis. 7 1 T f t 3 ' i . f Q ' l, Q v ' Q . . -4 My , ' ', MW Hr.: ' ' W f,v aff, I " , ' x qw, M ,,.! A ' f ,,5 ,Y Q f f ' f 4 y, Q , Q . V V f f 45 s r. . 0 Y ' fy ., s Pali' 'ft 1 Q ' Q . ' f ' Y I , 4 ' Q3 . Q may f l l v ,h4't , Q vQ,f"f ' f I ' ' -.I .-' , HZ, M, X X ' . 11' , . 3 as Q -.I , , 4 "f , ul V MW , ,Q ,II s-MM, 5 f., .all rw, Q K .N A M G ,, V 4 , . .asv ,J ,s "X , gif ff , ls! Z: 1, X' 'es V r ff - ' " J u , hi , 2.4 ',., Q 4 ' V1 . mi if 1 . .. f 9 I th fr 1 , - Q I . Meg, x. " ' , .4 EMCMCSyvJLaiiib,efffy' sMCiswE6i i a y fa a 1 F i 4-4 t t i ' a l rfjf a 'PERSUNNEL OFFICER 1 i 1DC y , x 5 Q MMM if , fi K.. 'fa 1 L, ,z J W , 4 , 1 ifop Left: ANZICYQ 'masteregignallheny ef , M1dd1eLefe Pfeeefiee ee Sweep fh:e1M WR Spades tournament f ' 'V 3? fB'eloev: PN3 Afrhufwilliainmkeiabieak. ' .Ma I Z W ez. 2 ly comprised of Quartermasters, occasionally, A9f0gf3PhCf5- Respwsible fQf 5555191 ANZIO acrotsSQth6fSG2IS WC21il16r forecastand for vistigifif Communications. A visitor to the bridge willfind the QMQQWQI , X 'xiarions electronic devices-or with sextantiir , 5 l , 1 t J continually updatintggtlie shipsiposition.lMeanWhi1e,' tl1gfll A ' r SMOW communicates utilizing flashing Zlight, flaghoistiofl 4 l d i l J t Q Q X " the art of semaphorfb to C0ff11TiU13iC3fC with Naval or I r ' W 7 f X A ' chant vesseis. Ifyou're lucky enough you'lllcatchatg1impSer'r 5 f x of theMEi'oC DET iaunchmgweathefballoons, one of l T W4 6, A 513 1 f i , f I 'Wmany tools used in accurate weather predictions. l l i QM1fSW1cRQQefS 7 QMTCSW??V4Ei2hHU i t rsivizqswmvis 4 ,i , AGZC SWJ rllater t ' 1 :mf , . Wa f r aQM2qsWji'Wi1kerS0gl , , , , , QM3 Brathvyaitelg Q , 'SMBCSWDW Colvirrl r , AG3CSWJ Edwards B1elo'Qylg i Tae Nav Plot forfCape 'Wrathlgunfire sulfiport. QRight: i greets Visitors f onthe pier with a srnile. ' ,, 4 7 7 3. ,646 t ' n X , , f f X ffgyf 'arf fr - , 4 SM3 Gerber SM3fSWJ Lopez QM3 Frye P QMSN Temes i 2 utine afeeiors. 1 1, lbw, ' 'AJ , ' 1 , V f z ee if ,1-V Q'-J , , . ,,, 1 i fiiTHefiMediiC21ll Depdrtinent is manned by one Indepenffjqnt 9 ca V LZ 4 '14, K , 4 . ,," ' D ui 'IQ f ' ? id i General Dpty Corpsmen, 4 ANZIO s Zfjocsjiigf l le foiteonduetinig on a daily basis, digpgngih responsib ication, and -fixing Whateverf gilsrus. Additionally, A 'they Qs Je W Corpsman an two? 'lf med liziiso A f ,to the 'entire erewl in f ' ns to share inedioalfdeili1i6S3I1d provide nm aid afnd cpgsitfaigih fHV,f,, ' 741447 i I f 1 i f , , , f , , - ' 4 C W I N , Q ,4 ' 4' 3 s ' , 5 4 1 ' 1 f ., ,,,,, M. -vffffwfm-,WW X. f f , V f Wm-wwwf... Mn 5 s o Q , I 'G fr! 22' vw I HMQQWQ C0914 'HM3CSWJj2?r?a11a : N 2 ,fa f f 4 Za, USMWT CSWD NCWTH2111 -4 iRPlMorr1s s MAICSWJ Eloref I of f. K ,' it ' ,a ,. . . Xi ,,,,,, , V sXQlT"W:1w1:ijM if Q 'sw . ,. My il, K X , ,g I N, f. 'Dlvksicm XX Division is manned by YNfsand PN's. Yeomen are responsible for maintaining officer service records, managing TAD orders and ftinds, managing command correspondence and legal administra- tion. Personnelmen are responsible for maintaining enlisted service records, managing Navy-Wide advancement exams, processing personnel for separationltransfer and administrative pay and entitlements matters. , Q ' f ,lir I . L 1 , ,,V, G f K i , i. I V T X X 6: t at 1 y ,.., h I 4 4 i A YN Ervin ' i PN2CSWJfDuke i i V Yivsqswi smith l 1 , YN3 Knaufs g .7 ,i,g '44 4 fi P e 1 ., 4 G sf i 41, g I - F , , YN3CSWD Irving i g i , PN3 Artlfftirwilliams it 1 2 if ff ,g ff! ' 1 r2,,z5,5., ,zs,f,,, , , . Q , , Y V ' 2 K f 1 A ' L 4 'Z X I D V 7 U 1 y X I , six. , X 9 4 l LCDR sftfiissie , ' N ,, , ,V I N, 9 'Z ,vi an PM vu., vw 1,7 I " V y ,-4 yi fi ' I U 2 'I C 7 0 '24 ' v,, 4 D , , Q , , r V , Operations Department has the overall responsibility fortplanning and eggecuting thefship's long range schedule and plan ofgthe Weeky ,As such, they are involyed ingevery aspect, of ANZIO's mission on a daily basisf Ops Dept sailors collect intelligence, provide reliable communications, identify and clas- sifytunknown ships and aircraft, anchor the ship, op- 1 y erate the shipis boats, ,land helicopters, and so much moreiuusually allinptlie samedayl' , a 7 i I QperationsfOftic,erw , , 4 'i4+ 755, ,1,,' V, , z 1, z V! f K, if , X ,fi ,,,, I , f 'a, ' ,1, n , and V " LT 1 4 i i L LTJG Franueowak' t COMMO.f Olljivo, V if CIQQ f , '1StLTZ7Z if r ' t Q' ,Y Z I N! I, ESWS qualification. 'fiat .+, rf Above: The anchor detail prey ' forletting-goin Cannes, ' X- as r . i Below: SN Baffourfearnsihisf Ynoffom Right: laivstiixfrfgiiiiiiytt, tireless in his support of ,i Q l MWR eventsj' a i 's ft 4 I , N : x Y , XM Q 327' 4 5 ' ,f 4 a , , R ' .l l iMartiH7 Schreiner i CWO3 Carson ai X i F 1 l p l UIDWQ, ,CICQ , srowo ITCSQAWJ Griffin 1 QSCQSWD Hammel CTRCKSWD Lambert BMCCCMJ SCHWSB Q , EWCCSWJRegig1en 1 osccswp Rzgngiolph , ' K I Z 1 yrzqsawp A I X x 4 4' f, .2 l e'?f rg ' , n Q4 D e1ved dally E Ma1l coupled w1th Web browsmg allows thee , 0 " .,+ Nfza , gf ff f, f, Q4 ,. , 4 , nf: 5 , 75 l 2 , fITl CSWD Starks ET1 Womack l E x QX,,, 4 . 7 , J 4 IT2 Payne? ii IT2 Rockwell T X ' f lT2 Gasking i l mqswy Hotelii11Son 1 A ' 1 ' I 4 I Above: Q Franlqkarrd his Beans Above Right? Ellid IT2 Irlzzary at the Louvre Below Right: "Wehwenif Monaco and th1s ploture was all T116 013131 Souvemr we could afford 52 f l l r ,, , 7 mmm ,, 4 ,,,,V,,, Z ' " A ITZCSWD Bilbo W Q J U4 X Q? ' Q 4 xwv 15' 1T3KSWJ Joseph IT3:MiQli1au 5 51 x ., I I np- . ..... ,, ,. ..f.An - -s hw' x z,' Q ff, V f 4 , - . - f 4, V la Z, , , M, Q f ,1, ,L t 1 A f 1 ,, QITZ-f iTi1l6ifias l ? QQ !1TSN Morales . Q Q1TSN'Smithf .4, if xr V. ,,f .,, 4 4 4, Q .,: ,2 fn , I i xy 414 . ,nl ,Oh ff' f 44 fix, ,, 4 1 4 T0pf1 Staiidiiig 55410 rdrivg FLASH Etraifficif. 331 fT3UOSQiph Pitts ion hard-earned 6'Crow,'.' 1 M BEfohW fr Getting Teddy to hit thq Slopes in tlig French A1psQ ,Nuff ,, nf." .. , .f f.vf xii 7? ,, MW . A x 4 1 , ' . x ' 1 .xx,, , . f invcived in every event that takes place aboard e man the bridge Watchescnight and day man the repaif ldciqfgfslciiil a i i i ur e i qfee 4 5 W V Fifsi Division is' a . ' 'VVV K Thy i I , ' 1 i N d J ing damage control exercisesg and rdn thegflight deck for helicopter TT i i i tions. First, Division also keeps thecship's boats and topgide appel, I' ii e a meSh1p.fE1fSiD1v1S10n1Spfoudwciaimmemie,HP1fSfandP1neSI,,,i V 4' 4f v W., H 'a E:M1CSWDMeadovvs2 j . a iBM1fSW1aT1ii1iHa c iBM2csWiaA1aSici i vBM2qsW5Eden 1 U , , . '4 vas 4 .. , , ,N , Z's- L, Z ' , f Q . ' , 0 f ix L , ,,YY V ' t 4, 1 5 9 ff BM2qsWp Bufordff, A 1 f 4 BM3-CSWjCiarizal ' 5 Qggi GM3CSWJgGargiaQi e i TQP lefii The UNREP'detai1 on sfaticn. CLeft-Rightj' ' BM2 AMSfB1YI3 Wi5HiCT,,BM3 c1af1Za,iGsMFN . BMOP, BM2 Eden, i SN Duncan' Sifcosia Bivii Mead c 611110, BM3 Roman gif . V af I ' i ' OWS, Nilman. lR1ght. SNiKlDg11Cy keeps 3 Watch on the station-to station h d i A Q c ' P One line. Petit 31166 a i c Ba 4 . , , , looking braridi 1iCvVl, making themANZIO,g first ambassadors to guests f 0 A A BM3CSWD Roman BM3 Stembrrdge N , AG3 Whisenant W --' SM3 Lawson f r , ' i f S a 5BMSNfSWJ Baffour ' SN Brooks . SN Bruley , r SN Capiro , 4 f , W 4 s ' ' 4 x SN Clernmons LQW1 SNCosta A 4 SNDuncan" S sf: SN Edwardsy f' ,4 ff , 4 12' . 'gf' ' rf, A f If ' .,,f W, ' fha! Q ,fy i s 2 6 , Top Leftg f1fhe5P+D linehandleirs await the Above? BM2 Roberts signs on for foilrg more years Riglarfz Refurriinigfroril liberfy in Izmir, Turkey. as A , S 55 ' ,W A Jffyf Q . 2 , 0 I SN'Georges SN Hendrix SN Hylef S NgIIfI?glH A f,,2' f-iaf.f jSNfIS1a11i!E5fL 'SN Jacksonv N SN Kinney SN Lee 44 nl? e 1 1 wr , ,, ,A , 7 ,, kg44w X yvf 4 x 5 ,Z1 U , ,ZA ,f ,,zf Left: eA1vis, ,getS ' G e ?'pinned" BMI Meadows fe VW ASX r fqyf A ' , T Sehwiab takeglii Bredthef on , . an W nf M 1 M f ,ha . 151: v . . 11: ' - l ' -M-:V , . lllfv? ' , 9'- th R V ,. - ,, , , 45' z 2 1.-. 0+ I 1 ,gh ZW , .S la" W f ' Q 'WP 2. ,, W 77 ,,, ,, , I X f. w . 2 5 - i , .1 ?'i ne QW' kk, WV arwi 1 fi! f ff X, f M if ffvifl' 6 r Op i s u r Warfare scenario. 4 They simultaneously track surfaceg air, and subsurface! V ,.w,, f,,,,, . ,,y I J 3 7 i 'The mission of the Operations? Specialist in CIC is to provide organized CY W i i i etent evaluation and rapid ditsseminationyoffta 'ff if if i accurate displayycomp u Ap J U i ,p C o g Onsible fgf lgeepyingpthd bridge informediatl all times about current gmc V p V , ' , ' ations and also assists in maneuvering? through difficult at ' t A i i i i night, It is at 224 hour jobpthat requires lO0'Zattention to detail. ANZlOag ' ' ' A erations Specialists take part in trainingto fight the ship inlevery coliceiv ii' i u 4 Qs tacts,ensur1ng ANZIO ssafety and successalwaystg A g p hfl, I . , 4,1 ' ff - V 'fi' f osiqswp Aliailig OSI Freeman 9 QOSIQSWD Holmes f f0S1CSWDMirche11 if ip j osiqswy i 'OS2Adams3Qf QS2 Alford 1 ' A 2 p OSZQSWJ Atwood' l 0 i , 1 V ff, 64 - 4 Z f ' , ,V I 1 f fan. f f f , 2 1. " ,Zge , .A K 7 ,f :Q- if g fn Z 4 S Q 8 Xi f f fx rx 'Ax MJ! wfx, x , Q X f W r' I 132 is Ahove: OSl Mitchell receivesan award from i i Top Right: oss gouiifoy and ET? Lilly stepping out in Dubr is s Q s u , OV 4 g r Bottom Right: The gun plgffak in , , 58 . s es a much neededhreak at Capg Wrath. if 02166 Y i UO u it information and intelligencetoi ANZICVWS command and control gstations CICIS resp K , N, situ and ab coli 4 ,: Q X, -X1 f I 1, 4 yy 5 A Mn ,, w MAS X M.mmw,. WN f 1 5 Q X X A , Wayan , jp, ,ff W, A wwf. X 7 . ,, wwf- - Y, if ' X. i ,K ' f f L . W iw ,W gl W, ff ff X ff , ,f My , ,: 'Af , 1 ff 3:17 f X , , ,,,, H Q 'A ff X Z! M , " 2,12 ii' X Wlmj fig Z 7, USZCSWJ Azcuy OS2 Browin H OS2 Coleman 0S2qswp Cowling OS2CSWD'Cumber1edge OSZCSWJ Delanis oszqswp Flores OS24Gi1berry OSZCSWJ Givens oszqswp Macaw OSZCSWJ fMerfiman oszqswp Mbdqlskif 4 x 1 V21 I , , , .gg,,. A ' . 1 Q, OSl2CSWJ'PiCketf OS2 Rqgers I ' QSZQSWJ Schumann OS24Williap1s, l J 1 t-W ,. ' z OS2.w111iemsf U OS3lAl1e1iif ff' f os3qsWplGQebe1 oss Guilfoylfl f f, ,f 4, Q , - H 'IM , 2 X!! , ,, fl DS3 MQlfQl:l 053 ogmskyg l OS3 Safosfgf l OSSN Blacliyvell L I , Z t f ,Q,, 1 1 - 055131 Goolsby Ketter OSSN Caterbone OSSN Cox OSSN Cummings X S Z-1 ,WX Ygw' 1 . 4 1 ,f -- X " x , 4 X ' H , f , v , Q , 9 1 M W x jf ox fy 4Xw.,,.,ff! 'i .2 ' -,.M1hi , 44 lg,7 I 4,2 onetofnnziors14fir5sftsgC1udedd1Qi510nS .... l .... ,,oTr,.iAh1g1i1y5mEd - gl at f t 3 Te X ,, "U, f if If f Q A , , , 1, an f, n 4 ,., va fr ,Hi G .I ' ., f , X Q . QTRIQSWQ Bbrgmeyer 9 if 7 Croiqswpoiifrirh r Crniqswp Marek CTRi,Pe1Qa I Q 4 faf ' v fx V-Q ,f W ' xl? . 4 5 . K ' ' G ' ' 4 , , 2 ,, . fl ! f X 1 qswfawg gnaiineau f f i rsitqswpraiieyg l 1 t v , EW2qsW5Be6kner a t EW2qsWpEn5ksoij, Q , 9 . 4 ' ff f fm 'Q U it , C tolo ic Technicians Electronic W ff X in f and diverse crew of rypr Vgg i , Q ia clinicians and an Intelligence Specialist new meaning tg theiw aeyes and ears ofithc fleet? Theirlduties include processingtSgh Compartmentedi,Informations AQSCD, CO1Dmunications, signals Li genceg Q electronic surVGil18I1CC,f P12if0fmft0rI3C1Hf Correlationgl an veloping intelligence briefings which are all delivered directly f Commanding Officer and Combat Information Centerr it gg 4 ' 5' I2 7,7 ,Q 12 4 f v flfopfRight: fThe beach was the place to go gloveniafi Bottom Right: CTRl Marek'sr son, displays his new f Q 4 i H rCivSWS Qualification certificate. , 1 , s CTMSN Carriveau CTM2Sn1ith 1 CTRZQSW1 McGraw A '1 .v- CTO3gsWp Burt! EW3 Crande11 , r Dj ,, 2 'w Q 4 fb 1 ? n 9:5g54.Q'fYXf7 if X I ff 72 1 , i V . 5 ' 2 . EW3 Qrteggy f Q CTOSN Apuron . if ' , J A ,Q i is ' f 5 I : , if , Q 1 N N W f W, W. i Z wk QW ff gw W f ,g f 5 1,4 WWW! L yy 2 2 3 Z l ! w f U M f X M ,QWLW y f W K 1 63 2 1 , r Ai LCDRGrQS,Si15i9pf n i PCDR 1 i 3 Supp1yQffiC52f a i ' 'lsupplyn f 1 V 4 ' 4, ' ,' G, 2 if , , , f 1 ' ' X4 I , H ,zz if, . V, ?ra it 4 0' pi.LTJGlcsel 4 it fl ' Q 6 ---WM-........:i a , 6 , f 1 2 f 4 e 1 ' lim if ' lJlXL,tDVVlAYNJl1N1-IW H, Ky y Supply Department Wong tirelessly to provide highgggfyshipboard Quality of Lifeiabwrgi 0111 Sewgomg Colilfmumty ' iDaY.1n and Out they SUPPW PHITS, DZQHHQG thegbooks, t 'prepare food, do laundry, sell retail pmduc-tst prwldei payrggppolftv handele the mail, CQUUUIS iSS1ff121HS1ii1ifs,pfoseQofhazardous materials and managqiblill waste. At no trme 71S this more important than during sa Dm4mg.Med. Qruise ZOQQ4 the Department performed Supefblwtf?Ve1iYCHl1wHHdnUI19112rQiBe most deihahdirgcfonaitians Parts and iiiiatetialslrfeft iwaxzggfallgplf ioisfuppgrt every Heed? F cf0di9k1?1itY, 5llf5S51l'f3ti0D 21115 were consistently amongthe liestinfhf WY- A, Q ,S ll? S Smfe and VeHd1HsmaCh1HeS Pf0V1dQClt H C0Hfi11u0us ,variety of mercharidiseand snack'itemS- hardi 'hot hours whereworked inf the ship laundry and barber to iensurethe best possible seryice. i9Ever5fif5?l f 0 .V ,., Hy, ,. x .': In en 1 ement Was promptly posted to permitnan accurate accounting ' forjeyery ANZIO Effew member, The critical Mail pipelineyyastkeptiopen no matter whe?ge1ANZ1Q iwas Operating: The Hazardous Material Minimii-ation Ceijtgl 5iS'Sued5tfeC?iV6d? di5'l35Sed, feuseaandicontrolled all hazardous material for ioverall saf t f th W at sea 'Departmentftruly does live up toyits reputation asa 'iCANDO'1 Orgaylizationl t t .. ri C Y O este r. ff . fi 1. - g 112. Ciockwise from Top Ri ght: ' P . i ' I Lgsws training on the Messdecks. Ervin performs a little 'touch-np, McCau11ey strikes has pose. Applegate serves another happy i Customer. T' f'f vDKC Aviles mans the repair locker for a'GQdril1. j I NSK1 White shows off his new 5 Pikachu r r ' i I i twfgf il, ,Z ,, ,n,.,,,,..,1 9 x J .xr I ' f , V r t - PA c S-l Division is the financial, postal service, and material ' 1 . i ship, and a contributing asset to the ,successcf ANZIO7sQ , - Q l Storekeepers are charged vvithrproperlyiloadingjthe ,ship with consumgglgs ' A repair parts, hazardous iniaterials and the purchase of various ,special ,QQ ,I c als. The S-ll financial experts keepjcorltrol oi the ship'g mgjmey aliciiassig other departments in the halancing of their 1OgS,ff The hazardous l I specialist conducts inventories, and disposes of hazardougfmgterihll Th' L l' M ' ,ff j. S-l customer service deslq screens, thousands offrequiSiti6nSfTOr lqSSue fron jf W ' Z A ANZIO's storerooms. The professional postal clerlc providgg gflpgribr Service - I providing stanips and handling hundredspieces of mail weekly, 7 S-1 Divisim 55 A f is a naajor contributor to ANZIO' s seventh consecutive SupplyffE'1 , ' i SKICSWD Ebroni HTl qsvvp vamey t Y 'SK1CSWDVongunten - SKICSWJ White SK2tswp Plunamerj SK2 Finton v - SKZCSWQ Campbell ' SK3fSWD Hanson .. AH. . b b ' 'V ' 4 ,gh '2,al,, Q, f' f 1 1 , . Z, 4 1 xv X f f5vsy,, ' af ' 4-A vaa.,vz-za 21 ,, , af 5 s 4 , fp . ' , i i ,HT1 VafneYi15UQSf3,Q5ll5i11g halid on pizzainightg ' V li i i Toptyilghi '3pp9Site:,SIQ9?lhP5?11 fiS11iHgf0fSP8f5PH1t5ii i bottom R1Sht0PPQS1fe. takes tae easyfway agine it "2"..T-9' My PC3 Ervin A SKSN Cross x Z SK2 Jones Grittoli 4 .ug-N 4 0 W X 777 ,W 43 ,, f I Q 1 O . 5 L Sli Diviasnspfaiiiiiy displays their Cu11nafyteX e1riSef1aiy,t iiiiigli 0 y '. y .. t , 1, V 4 J Serve Over 30,000 meals monthly, Their niission isgtq ' : ! 0 ANZIO sailor, of iViSiiI0f?Wlit1j 1210 fw1iQ1CSQmG, Wellbalandedlqnlll ' 1 I satisfying meal 'inan atmosphefE3gCh21fffiS 90I1dUC'iVGt toyfine 0 Q 0 -M 't 0 ADuringftheldeployme11tQS?22l121QQYiClefi Mme-315 at nu?UCFQHSiSp6Q15i'f'5:sl ' I 0 I ' . Y i Xf functigng fordignitaries andfguests iliIOl1gh0U'E Mediteiraneiggill- D'V'4'fm ff iQis1qsW5Lei0L1meau V 0 MSICSWD Richardson Ms 1 qswy rPenquet MSZCSWD Ashlockh ' MSZCSWJ Elmore MSZCSWJ Thornton . MSZCSWJ Mayberry 1 MS3 Garcia .A , u ,. i Below: MS2 Mayberry serves up the desert during the ' Dynamio Mix 2000 reception in Izmir, 1 if -, 'x' ' ' Top 'Right:fMS2 Thornton ehecks up onthe gsoup. ii Below Right: Foodt-O catches up on some whilestanding watch as Boat-O in Zakynthois. wwf? 7' 3 , l . , . -V ,l , 2 , ' 1 K 4 . f ' . fy f ,, f ,ff-fgo 'I V X .. ' ' 4 V t -' W- t ' Q 1 4 I 1 l f , 4 , ,ay , , f 'M-1 X ,., . v ' MSSN ogiveu v . Ms3cSWJ Mitchell QMS3 susienka , . , , af Q, ,, MSSN James D MSSNZ 120016, 1 ax' ' ' Q MssN1ReynQ1dS MSSN Cimaf ,xif I fm 4 4 . . ' 4 1 .4. i i i ii W Yi A 'bl naany of the services available to in 't - ' 'M onsi e-- ' Q ,l f iMa,9ff?YVE0f at i f fiiilzlidlsiiiii Saifipoffice and ShivfsS?Of?FPf?f?SPOnS1b1C.'f9f'ffhenpufchase, i ' i tockin and retail sale of 1nerChan'diS5,,f3S ?!S Qccepung Special 6ideiSi ' - ine Biber Shop and Lwndw Pfvvide ff?2?5UBnP Cuastomemefvice and Witt -- ' throughout' dGP10Ymeht' i4S'3' Division a role in ' , lf, i high morale thattis foundtaboard,ANZ10-fifQ fff 4 f il ' DNIMOYP W, ,v- -ii ISHICSWJ Howard SH24Laduke 1 - smqswy singibtafy ' SH3 Powell ' 4 SH3 Applegate' SHSN Stewart SNfMcCauley-Timnuons . , . ' n 1 g..4 ,, , .,,, , 4 4' ' , 1 ' 1 eg KJ E ' 14, fa ,,,, 4 .J f ,. ,,,, -V ,.,,,w,,hf ,U ...-- , -, ,J i . . .Wann .l.. .3,:.. f fy , 1 1 fn Q Q Q ' XQ Q Q Q f fu-uqnuuuauu.. .N - ff , f I. , , f Division ee f , . ' n . ' DKSN Smithfi I l imiivitw 1 ! iam mrmf: Q Q -.mama l .I I- iii' ,l. n lff. 4 1'?f', Q' 4, A4 2 f" 14" :f,A,a f ff ,MQ ,. , ff I 2 'fii-'f,6 l .u-fbfb 1, , , M A" fl, ? 4 My ,, 4, km, mv , X ,V V fixup ' 1 5w,..' L fat ,--934. GZ ,,a, , 13435, x . Vififflf' I . X'n9ll17'I ,, Niall, ,I A K .A K 4 - 'L ' , -, .K if 4 f,, M . ' j i' ' f:i,? , 4 Q s-4 Division ' haadiesf the disb1ifSing duties for ANz1o?sai10rS.,Thg function this! Sinall impdftantdiyision is thedcorreot naaintffhanliif more than 375 iofficeriand enlisted 'pay accountsf On any dfiji, fthe 'Disbursing Offioer and the hundreds thousgai1dS Of dollars, The office? alsoliqtiidatesihundredsl of travel tiiaime, ipfep21tCS paperwork fon allotinents aifd Setsg Hiker deposit service. CourteOHS13Ildt' informedicustonfier serificeis the of S-4iDivisionf , 1115? I X ,J 'ilu .1121 A f as 'xv ."' 1 . U ,hm H , ,, UM s Mr .. , l -. ,.-,,,M it, 1 t ficckwise frcm Top Leftg it A ' A -SH2 Laduke -lost a5 fight with afcgh. of interior white -PC3 Gritton re-enlists vstith support. A .CPG Selectee Howard helps Olit atdinner. i .Stecl Beach antics on the flight deck? V i -SH3 Appiegdte: 4'Specia1pricc, for youimy friend!" , 3' t . gg 1 t 'tri NX , 4hr.,1,1f'?'ff,' c",.x 'Ak'-fa ' 'ff' .iff I' E Q . 1' f A Poem of Dedication to the Beach Head of and to the Crew o From farms, towns and cities, From sea to shining sea, Came a group of soldiers, To fight a foreign enemy. To the beach head of Anzio On the coast of Italy, They fought a major battle to protect our liberty. During that bloody conflict, Came words from General Clark, To the soldiers on Anzio, '4Stand and fightv he did bark. Some knew they would not make it But the battle must be foughtg So these men gave up their lives without a second thought. Twenty-two Medals of Honor Were given at that campaign, The cost of war is high, Measured in blood, tears and pain. From farms, towns and From sea to sea, , Now sails a band Finer than others .ar ga, af' MKFACE wAzfAitE offices fswoy commissioned officer reports aboard he not only ,sumes responsibility for overseeing a division and standing watches, I - ' the ardpoufsfpprocess of qualifying as a Surface Warfare def? challenging process includes 1nd1v1dua1 qualifications ,Officer of the Deck Underway, COIDbat Information Center Watch Smallgpgt Repair Locker Officer a d h nicer! , i , I1 a ost of S positions. Each area requires research, demonstrated Hpigncy, and experiencefppbefoige receiving the Captain's approval, he fmal hurdle is oral board foften two hours or more llengtm, the Commanding Officer, the Executive meer, and Heads. Qualification as a Surface Warfare ,fficer gh knowledge of seamanship and Weapons systems, engineering fundamentals, Q qualification, and the right to wear the golden SWO irst major milestone in a Surface Warfare Officer' s career. LTJG MCKEON LTI G WARD LTJ G LOTT LTJG MOAKLEY LTJG LARSON LTJG ICSEL ENS J ONES ACiCSfAW!SWl PLOLRDE AOlfSWl MIQLLINGS CTR I fSWl BORGMEYER CTOI fSWp GRIFFITH CTRICSWI MAREK ETIQSWI BAKER FCI fSWj SOUTHWOOD GMILSWJ DONN GSMICSWJ TETTLETON HTI CSWJ VARNEY ITILSWJ VINSON MAlfSWl FLORES MS l fSWJ LETOURNEAU MS I QSWI PERIQUET MSICSWJ RICHARDSON NClfSWl NEWMAN SKICSWJ VONGUNTEN STGlfSWJ MULKEEN A621 SW i 'l'.-XTE .-X021 SWK.-XXX' i JACKSON AWZI SXWAWI WIGGINS BMZISWI ALYIS BMZtSWl EDEN BM2l SVU ROBERTS CTRZISWI MCGR.-KW CTRZISWI RUSSELL ET2fSWp BRUNER ET2tSWl DUNN ET2fSWl LAGRANGE EW2lSWl BECKNER FC2fSWl KIPP FC2fSWl MARTINEZ FC2fSWl MILLER FC2fSWl NELSON FC2fSWJ TUCKER GSE2tSWl ONTIVEROS GSM2fSWJ YEOMANS GSM2fSWl HERRIOTT ICZCSWI TYLER lT2fSWl HUTCHINSON IT2fSWJ BILBO MSZISWI BELLETTO MS2fSWl THORNTON OS2fSWJ MODELSKI OSZQSWJ PICKETT OS2fSWl ATWOOD OSZQSWJ COWLING OSZLSWJ DELANIS OS2fSWl FLORES OS2fSWl GIVENS QM2fSWl WILKERSON SH2fSWl SINGLETARY SK2fSWJ CAMPBELL STG2fSWJ HODOCK YN2fSWJ FERNANDEZ ACB! SW l EDWARDS BM3lSW l CLARIZ.-1. BMMSW i ROMAN BM3l SWI WALKER EN 31 SW! ANGAD ENN SWI ARNOLD EN3tSWi HILL EN3f SW I THOMAS EN 34 SWI TURN AGE EN 3tSW I TURNER EI'3tSWl BASS ETSKSWI MILLER ET3f SW! SC AMEHEORN GM3fSWl CRUZ GM3tSWl GARFI GSM3t SWI ADELUGBA GSM3fSWl ALDACO GSM3fSWl DODSON GSMMSWI MOHRMANN IT3fSWI JOSEPH OS3fSWJ MERRIMAN SK3tSWl HANSON SM3fSWJ COLVIN SM3f SW I LOPE YN3fSWl IRVING YN3fSWj SMITH BMSNfSWI BAITOUR EAILISTED SURFACE IJAKFAKE SYECIALISTS I ie't R 9 D . - .A'Qf'-N' : Know all men by these presents that THESE ANZIO WARRIORS having successfully completed the established personnel qualification standards and having demonstrated the requisite professional skills and competence while serving in USS ANZIO fCG 683 has qualified as an and is authorized to wear the Enlisted Surface Warfare Specialist Breast Insignia witness whereof this certificate has been signed and a affixed hereunto on this ff- d3Y Of A""'- 10" fs .lx.XlT1NA x' 'rfZ'Hf V x?"' 'N"I -f XTR.. -Kc V 5 JK-P f3u1s:fCf,1-212A f,1fJAL:A fy.. at fs.: A 73 .n EDC A Days Deployed - 182 Miles T h to Days at Sea - 119 fmougt th Days in Port - 63 times a e couuvnrfs X!ISITE'D - C7 England S'parn Trance Cuyprus Slovenia Ifalxg Turkey Greece C roa1'ra 74 'PO'F1TX!ISITS ' IG: 'Tf'or'rsLqou1-n, England Talua, S'pau'n Cannes, 'France LIHLQGSOI, Cuyprus Souda Bag, Cre'l'e ' l4o'per, Slovenia C afanfa, Iralg Izqrr, Turkeg Souda Bag, C re're Rhodes, Greece Ya kugnfnos, Greece Augusfa Bag, 5I'CI'lk9 Labiaddalena, Sardrnfa Cannes, 'France Dubrounfk, C roa'ru'a 'Palua, S'parn 'wm,y.,, n ff ff ' 'fff7fV4'f'ff',V , vffrase ffafa???"iWW , , W' riff s oss - Zawya! X al, ,, sa Z CGC. 1 an fr,,, nfrnr ' , ,a,, t if tak M ,,rf S X Ziff fffxxf M4 in y,,, 1 1 65 moe Q x fZf 7 ff fff fff X , f f N E' if M J wx X Xx X X M I I ,.,, 71 I SY Ni llons sa f if was earjnod , ,,,, N , , f y ,,,, , of Enlisted Pfom i , romofuons ff V SM! N X X Total Pushu s co 1 2 201836 26441 p mp June Total Sit ups Completed durmg Total t1me for AN to runathe 6 O hours, 42 Minutes 62.5 da , , f,f,f:f4f1f1Qf - f y Q 12 MN , I - X Wyfgg f Mail received ..... approx 20,000 lbs Mail sent ..... approx 12.000 lbs .lnl41'fi,r',.- .. LAL V , - i Email sent ...... over 200.000 files Email received ..... over 400.000 tiles Capprox 2.000 per dayj Caseg of Soda Consumed 5 250 Pizzas served ..... 27.000 portions or 1.080 pans Cang gf Soda Consumed 126 000 Eggs served ..... 65.160 or 5430 dozen Gallons of Soda Consumed 11 812 5 Chicken served ..... 14.672 pounds 1yum!J nough cans to bu1ld a stack 9 45 miles highly Beef Served ""' 12-364 Pmmds S sales at Sh1p s Store Cincluding vendingj ..... S180,000 Sh1p s Store contribution to MWR ..... 832,000 f all port VISIIS 9B779,548 Mess B111 837,432 by Dlsbursing ..... 5B192,671 y option taken at ATM ..... fB303,355 Total Hazardous Duty Pay over 5,111,000 Total Tax savings over i13450,000 Days of Clampdown ..... 156 Cno Clampdown on Sunday! Man-Hours of Clampdown ..... 28,860 Man-Days of Clampdown ..... 1,203 Man-Years of Clampdown ..... 3.3 Lit would take one person 3.3 years. working around the clock to get all that Clampdown donell 75 EXER C155 5 , W. M. fi Above: An Israeli SAAR-V class FFG flanks ANZIO during 0 Exercise Noble Suzanne. 0 s s as as 0 i l Below: ANZIO hosted a grand reception in Izmir, Turkey to kick 0 off NATO Exercise Dynamic Mix 2000. , ' l H ' u ' u IA During our tour of duty in the S' h ixt Fleet AQR ,Wim d TASK FORCE OO-1, ANZIO wmribut d f cy C ee to IKEB,-XTGRL' X WASP ARG JOIWT bined cmulti-national? exerci N C 9 to the successful completion ot' over seven joint 1 Com , 1. h,1 f , U 365- Onduct of these exercises directly supported US. and NATO straieglc P01935 W 16 Ulfllllllg CGMSIXTHFLT and IKEBATGRL7 opemtional o tl 4. L Q 2 S. Deployment Exercises: JMC 001 ii Shark Hunt Pioneer ll Ample Train Fleet Battle Experiment-G Noble Suzanne Dynamic Mix 2000 - Above: HS Starakls PT L1 ofthe Hellemc CGreekj Navy Above: USS Anzio, USS Dwight D. Eisenhower and USS Cape St George a few days before departing the Med Below: An Israeli flight quarters crew recovers one of their highly capable, multi-mission Dolphin helicopters. 'e 3 M' f ' f ' 7 , 5, 'f 1-X Y .k,4w,-f-. Hut.. . l 472""x W ,Xnxxim Above: The forwzird camera beam witness to thc destruction. W , NNr"'f V Oi 7 9 he Dail Routine is anything but "r0uz'ine".. 2 ffl.. Gun-ex' S ! PACFIRES U-I h e aCh d seemmgly U e Ln: REXTORPS, jife gf sea is at e e '1 e K e fl, m unusual to s Boar Opsg Planbf the Week Het ust a Qur dailyroutinee from the camerafs fsof 0 k f Z Z A If' .Y .-1 ... , , , W 196 x, f S , f - , X f , Wg , 2 1 I f wwf' 'Z , , f , WWWW, W-wwfffff bk gi, is m 1 1 , 'i 1, 5 Q i 1 1 4 TVN? X X CcYou see it... You see it MV., Hfflew 7'gQ,Q25 ...J ,'.u. ' 'Wir I ADV SAR Swunmers prep for Right: ET2 Missimer holds U S uyv N . X 3 , -qi f A- '1 Above: TM2 Kennedy congratulates MS2 Thornton and ET2 Dunn uflcr lhcir Command AdYlll1CCI1lCIll. 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