Anzio (CG 68) - Naval Cruise Book

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His principal tours at sea include: Chemistry and Radiological Controls Officer, USS SOUTH CAROLINA QCGN -373, Main Propulsion Assistant, USS MISSISSIPPI QCGN-401 Operations Officer, USS HOEL CDDG-l3j, Electrical Officer, USS LONG BEACH CCGN-91, Executive Otlicer, USS HORNE QCG-305, Commanding Ofticer, USS OLDENDOREQDD-9721, and most recently Engineer Oflicer, USS ENTERPRISE QCVN-655. I ' ' I-lis significant shore duty is comprised of tours with the Joint Staff' fJ?36J'as Manager ofthe ,National Military Command Center, and with CINCLANTFLT Staff LN-SJ as the Deputy for Warfare Programs and Readiness. Captain Nesselrode is a graduate ofthe Naval' Postgi'aduate School having received both a Master ol' Science in Mechanical, Engineering as well as the Degree ot'Mechanical Engineer, I-Ie is also a graduate ofthe U. S. Army War College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, , V His personal decorations include: the Legion ot' Merit, the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, the Meritorious Service Medal fGold Star in lieu of Second awardj, the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal tGold'Sta'r in lieu of Fourth awardj with Combat Distinguishing Device, the'Navy Achievement Medal lGold Star in lieu of Second awardj, and the Combat Action Ribbon. 1 gdxxd 2? .. F15 LT Budde, CAPT Nesselrode and SM1 QSWJ Ramsey after conducting M-14 live fire training on the Signal Bridge xmas' CAPT Nesselrode conducting an lnfervlevx with combat cameramen. I.. x ...uf ef X 1.1. 11 CAI?T Neeselrode and LCDR.B1iintzinghoffer having a CAPT Nesselrode Cutting the Cake for one of our discussion with the USS Nmutz fone of our other in the b many birthday dinners. CMDCMQSVVQ Roger McCormack Command Master Chief N gg, 5515, it Q 5 4 it. A: ,-.T A Master Chief Roger McCormack was born in the Bronx, New York City. He graduated from Dumont High School, Dumont, NJ, and Bergen Community College, Paramus, NJ with an Associates Degree in Liberal Arts. He began his naval career on March 26 1982, initial training at Recruit Training Command, and Gas Turbine Systems Technician fElectricaD class "A" school at Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, IL. During initial sea duty assignment onboard USS NICHOLSON QDD-9821 he eamed Enlisted Surface Warfare Specialist QESWSJ designation, Sailor of the Quarter, and selection as Sailor of the Year. Next assignment after advanced electronics training GSE Class UC" school, he reported to the Pre-commissioning unit of USS LEYTE GULF QCG 551, Serving as leading petty officer for GSE work center he earned qualification as an Engineering Officer of the Watch QEOOWJ. Master Chief McCormack's sole shore duty tour was at Service School Command, Great Lakes, IL. He was assigned to GSE class 4' C uschool instructing FFG-7!DD-963!CG-47 console maintenance. During this tour he was advanced to Chief Petty Officer. He eamed the prestigious Master Training Specialist CMTSJ designation, and was selected Engineering Systems Schools QESSJ Instructor of the Quarter. In his off duty time he eamed a Bachelor of Science degree in Vocational Education Studies from Southem Illinois University, and a Master of Science degree in Adult Continuing Education fM.S.EDj from Northem Illinois University. Master Chief McCormack reported onboard USS ARLEIGH BURKE CDDG 511 and was advanced to Senior Chief, and to his present rank onboard during his tour. He served in a variety of leadership positions including Engineering Department LCPO, Engineering Training Team CETTJ leader, Command Enlisted Surface Warfare Specialist CESWSJ program coordinator, and acting Command Master Chief. Most recently Master Chief McCormack reported to Afloat Training Group QATGJ Norfolk as Training Team leader, and Officer in Charge of Gas Turbine Team Four for eighty Engineering Limited Team Training visits onboard twenty-four Atlantic Fleet ships. He has served on the CPO Selection board, and a graduate of the Navy Senior Enlisted Academy class 103. He now serves onboard USS ANZIO CCG 681 as Command Master Chief Master Chief McCormack's personal awards include the Navy Commendation Medal ttwoj, Navy Achievement Medal tfourj, and various service, unit and campaign awards. Married to the Former Debbie Bush from Galesburg, IL the McCormack's have two children Shelby and Thomas. Chaplain Klingenschmitt "Goodnight AN ZIO, this is Chaps at Taps, reminding you to obey God, because He is smarter than you are, and love God because God loves you." With certainty Chaplain Gordon James Klingenschmitt has touched each one of our lives. Whether it was his prayer where no one was forgotten, or his daily clampdown show with endless wit and energy, or late night counseling, "Chaps at Taps" made a difference. He also started Sunday evening praise 8a worship services, and added daily morning devotions. And who can forget that beautiful Easter Sunrise celebration, worshiping god in the Persian Gulf? Chaplain Klingenschrnitt is a man many have called friend, and has earned the respect and admiration ofthe entire crew. Chaplain Brown 5 n . 12. ,, all -fj I i N 'Wiz , MW, VK VK K VL 'Nia ' ' ' , W' ,J-lf. . ' , H ., 4 . . r 1 . ' , 1e:f,Gg.Lg1if17 "Goodnight ANZIO, thank you for another wonderful day, God Bless, and as always rest well." Without any doubt no one will ever forget Chaplain Mike Brown. He was a man who anyone could approach and talk to. Chaplain Brown started our evening Bible studies and our daily "Clampdown Show" both of which continue today. So much can be attributed to his time here that everyone was a bit sad see him leave, and even though Chaplain Brown has moved on to bigger things, he still has a place in ANZIO's heart. Fair winds and following seas Chaplain, Stand and Fight! na, u qw ' 3 'li X... .-ft Zhi f ,M A A Q, ,.g,,,. Ziff.-J--7 PWM --wi? K fr'4--,,1v-9911? .1 f.,m3l,Ifi5 W , yf,,.i,Q . 15 V w,M..5fSW WY gf' ya 5 ., 1? 1 f X ' My fv:',i,a A 1.1 , V, iw? 5 If -ni-.--.J -!s.a.L,,4,,, ,l und ..., ,WY -,4.f..,... COMPTUEX1-03 -Y - -- - - - - VW- C OMPTUEX 1-0 GENERAL MONTH INTO STANDERS ON Y AFFF WOULD GSM2 MATTHEW CAMPOMINOSI AND GSM3 AVIGALENT WATCH ON PART TO HEIR TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE WE SAVED PETTY OFFICER CAMPOMINOSI RECEIVED HIS OFFICER CAPTAIN NESSELRODE PETTY HARVEY Q , 'M l .Nadi 5 , E E2 2 i 3 :in EE E? Eel Jennifer Sutherland, I g Ombudsman in ri i Family Support Group Leadersg BrianaArmstrong Tracy Cupid ,f,4r4 yi ,4--, 1, 'M Ll c-me sf' JY 1 ' 4gggJjQ3,,gfgi5 Qijgj Q5 Q lnig:y1fKg!,. ,1::.-,.,,,Y W.-.i....L.,--q.,..- - , aff.. g.-, Y Y . -,,,L, , V W, , Sea Sz Anchor Details: 16 Underway Replenishments: 47 QUS, Italian and Spanish Qilers Connected Replenishments: 22 Vertical Replenishrnents: 8 7,4477 ,YNY Y , ,il , L, ,, .,A3Y,Y,.V:Yl1i 1 f AAN-2-V MY - - , --V.-gr if -- , -4 The AHZIO made h1story history was made just Flrst nussles were shot on March 2003 followed by another h t tMarch on 28 Fl QE A-Q'-wb 'Q 1 . Mi' " 4 FLIGHT U A 1 , R T E R S 1 - !.....g. A ,pal A . , A ,, is ., m fy , 1 ,. is K ' W ,- 5 . , f 5, ga ,.,,V , ,. x, f:..g.cg5,h V 4 W fy. .V YE? 9 . f- - an W- ,..vT"' 2 5 Xp ?5,v V nik .ff fi' 14 Mi' , k ,, W 'ffi-5 N WLM " 5, wg,-Q .xv 1. ,fr as 4 . M, -w N3 ,ak-.1 lim -N, 43 511- ',L.-.f3'L,,,,.-wb--'I' "HF V . 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Now as it turned out our list places we could go and couldn't go limited us a bit in the entertainment and not let alone accommodating space for the crew Most stores closed early and the bars that were left open were quaint hole in the wall type but it didn t seem to stop us from enj oying our well awaited liberty call' ' CC ' 37 . . , The "Rock" mu-wil! an-unit O D D D D b ANEUQJINJ ERTZZAEZNTX' , f mf? Rikf' LTJG WALTERMAN CICO ! AOPS F ww fi 1' , rr ,A -2? X - 63- . W vig, 1-1uw,':3 1 1 v FEWWM 5' X-I 'bl 1 if .' ,wQf7i.vY?? " fm F Ea' YE' 1 -.,. rf , i, A "Q R' 4 W? xt 4. I , K M ,L gk A ,WP Wi 21559 ' if R MQ ,J A 1:5 Jil if . 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Well letis try no eye contact with the females wearing the robe and veil things, don't let them see the soles of your shoes or feet, and dress like youire going to church with your grandma. Other than that this port had great tours! The camel ride and then the four Wheeler tracks to race around, the safari trip through the endless desert outside of the city, after that the stop to sand surf down the dunes in the desert, then on to the natural rock ravine with a natural water spring flowing under the cliffs. In the city, if you wanted gold or silver, this was the port to do it because they would bargain with your till u both saw eve to eye C 99 78 e Sandbox l 5 Ii , I . Q, I wi , , , M so' Ok now We are getting a little closer to home! Agusta was the first port out of the Gulf and the first step to our prolonged trip home. Agusta was a pretty quiet country and sea side with an ominous volcano pouring clouds of black smoke over head, and there was a lot of old historic buildings and some medieval outpost's scattered through the Winding roads leading to the city. Once We arrived by bus or taxi to our start point it seemed kind of quaint and just as military as Norfolk naval base.With allof this, the crew managed to have a good time and enjoy the local red Wine and friendship and hospitality ofthe the locals. 'tLiberty call liberty to do and plenty to of everything for beaches. Easy fellas there were special 82 P y A t L l M A- it s y ill -',l' 3 V opinion was one ofthe best port calls during the cruise! There was plenty because Palma happens to be a big tourist attraction and offers a little bit s, and clubs for all Walks of life, and not to forget the topless ofthe hot spots the crew enjoyed most was the "BCM,' where thrown, such as popcorn party and the foam party. Yeah it was a well enjoyed visit and a great pany stop! BEER DAY EVERY 45 DAYS CONSECUTIVELY OUT TO SEA THE NAVY HAS A GREAT THING WE LOVINGLY CALL BEER DAY THE CREW GETS TOGETHER ON THE FLIGHT DECK AND OR FAN TAIL IN CIVILIAN ATTIRE TO ENJOY COMMRADERIE AND OF COURSE BEER' 'I MUSIC IS BEING PLAYED BY ONE OF OUR DJ ET S AND USUALLY THERE IS A STEEL BEACH INVOLVED SO WE HAVE BURGERS, BBQ CHICKEN OR HOTDOGS TO COMPLETE THE BEER TRIANGLE SO FAR THE ANZIO HAS LAUNCED I2 TOMAHAWKS AND BEEN OUT FOR 3 MONTHS WITH ONE PORT UNDER OUR BELTS, AND WE COULDN'T HAVE ASKED FOR BETTER WEATHER THAT WHAT WE HAD THAT DAY LAUGHTER AND THE NORMAL TALK OF THE CREW FILL THE ATMOSPHERE, AND FOR THOSE FEW HOURS OUR FACES AND MINDS ARE NOT ON THE THOUGHT OF WAR AND WHATS NEXT BUT ON HOME AND BEING WITH FRIENDS AS WELL OF COURSE HOW GOOD THE BEER TASTES. IF YOU WERE TO ASK HOW THE CREW FELT ABOUT BEER DAY YOU WOULD HEAR COMMENTS LIKE FCI MUZECHENKO'S. HNOT MY NORMAL THIN G, BUT IT IS MY PLEASURE TO PARTAKE IN JOINING MY SHIPMATESW, OR QM3 DAVENPORTIS 4' BEER GOOD,'! I ! ! ! AND OF COURSE THE CAPTAIN'S, SGOTTA HAVE IT, ITS THAT SIMPLE"! !! 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