Arkansas (CGN 41) - Naval Cruise Book

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ARRIVES III USS ARKANSAS (CGN-41) AROUND THE WORLD CRUISE 1984 THE LOST ARK Off on a mission of a great need. Rode those Razorback men ready to heed. Underway always, never willing to park. On came the RIDERS OF THE LOST ARK. Sagas will say of those exploits someday. Long after their bodies have stopped their decay. History will show the steady handed mark. Of those fearless RIDERS OF THE LOST ARK. From Aden to Socotra, they followed the "GRAD. ” Underway again, every man was glad. At Dehalak we saw that the job was no lark. On steamed the RIDERS OF THE LOST ARK. To Suez or not to Suez? That was the question, Or should we go in the other direction. That decision belonged to the great deciders. But it would always affect the LOST ARK’s RIDERS. ‘ tft'U ' On through the Suez, the ARK she came, Writing on history, her wonderous name. Crew of crews, this one’s made its mark, So go the RIDERS OF THE LOST ARK. The fearless crew headed into the MED, Ensuring that that sea will never go Red. Just their presence alone lights up the dark. Those nuclear RIDERS OF THE LOST ARK. iCOMMANDING OFFICER Captain Malcolm W. Chase Captain Malcolm W. Chase, was born in Rutland, Vermont, on February 23, 1939. Upon graduation from Rutland High School, he entered the United States Naval Academy and was graduated with the class of ’61. Upon receiving his commission as an Ensign, he reported to the destroyer USS DAVIS (DD-937) for an 18 month tour in the Gunnery Department. His next assignments were to Destroyer School and to duty as Engineer Officer of USS MITSCHER (DL-2) In 1964, Captain Chase entered the Surface Nuclear Power Program with train- ing in Bainbridge, Maryland, and West Milton, New York, followed by duty with the pre-commissioning crew of USS SCHO- FIELD (DEG-3) as Engineer Officer, and Operations Officer of USS LYNDE McCOR- MICK (DDG-8). In 1968, he reported to USS BAINBRIDGE DLGN-25) for duty as Main Propulsion Assistant. Following a two year tour at the Naval Post Graduate School in Monterey, where he earned a Master of Science degree in Operations Research, Captain Chase served on USS KING (DLG- 10) as Executive Officer, until her decommis- sioning for modernization. A short tour on the staff of Commander Naval Air Force, United States Pacific Fleet was followed by duty as Executive Officer of USS CALIFORNIA (CGN-36) from February 1976 to July 1978. After serving as the Senior Member, COMNAVAIRPAC COM- NAVSURFPAC Nuclear Propulsion Mobile Training Team, Captain Chase reported to USS BARRY (DD-933) as Commanding Officer. He assumed command of USS ARKAN- SAS on December 10, 1982. Captain Chase has been awarded two Navy Commendation Medals and is entitled to wear several campaign and expeditionary medals. Captain Chase is married to the former Lorna L. Brown of Rutland, Vermont. They have a daughter, Catherine, and a son. Brian. Their home is in Alameda. California.EXECUTIVE OFFICER Lieutenant Commander Bruce P. McClure Lieutenant Commander Bruce P. McClure was born in Oak Park. Illinois. March 17, 1949. He graduated from Glenbard East High School in Lombard, Illinois, and entered the United States Naval Academy, graduating with the class of '71. Upon receiving his commission as an Ensign, he reported to the Patrol Gunboat USS SURPRISE (PG-97) as the Weapons Supply Officer. In 1973, he entered the Nuclear Power program, training in Mare Island, California and Idaho Falls, Idaho. He then served a tour in USS LONG BEACH (CGN-9) as E and M Division Officers, successively. In 1976, LCDR McClure reported to the Nuclear Power Training Unit, Idaho Falls, Idaho as a Training Officer. This was followed by the Surface Warefare Officer School department head course at Newport. Rhode Island, and assignment in 1979 as Electrical Officer in USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (CVN-69). He left EISENHOWER and reported back to the Nuclear Power Training Unit in Idaho Falls as the Executive Officer in 1980, and reported to USS ARKANSAS in October 1983. Lieutenant Commander McClure is married to the former Margaret Susan Graff of Springfield, Virginia. They have a son, Jason, and make their home on Yerba Buena Island. San Francisco. California. 3COMMAND MASTER CHIEF NCCM(SW) Courtland R. Johnson USN Master Chief Navy Counselor Courtland R. Johnson was born 22 November 1928 in Kingsburg, California. He began his military career in the U. S. Merchant Marine in 1944, serving as an Able Seaman on oil tankers in the Aleutian Islands and Territory of Alaska. On 6 March 1946, the Master Chief enlisted in the Army Air Corps. He served at various posts in CONUS, and with the 20th Air Force, Guam. M. I. After performing various duties in both flying and non flying status, he was discharged with the rank of Corporal. Master Chief Johnson enlisted in the U. S. Marine Corps in November 1948. Serving at various posts and stations in CONUS, in 1950 the Master Chief was assigned to the First Marine Division as a .30 caliber machine gunner, and machine gun section leader. His regiment, the 1st, under the legendary Colonel Lewis B. “Chesty” Puller, participated in every major campagin with the enemy from the invasion at Inchon, north to the Manchurian border. He is a survivor of the bloody Chosin Reservoir campaign in North Korea. He then served in posts in Occupied Japan, and Marine Corps Recruit Depot. San Diego. He was discharged as a Platoon Sergeant while serving with the 6th Automatic Weapons Battery. Twenty-nine Palms, California. The Master Chief then enlisted in the U. S. Army Military Police Corps, where he served as a Criminal Investigator and Battalion First Sergeant at various Army posts. He was honorably discharged with the rank of First Sergeant in 1958. During the period Master Chief Johnson was not on active duty, he served with the Selma. California, Police department, holding the ranks of Patrolman, Sergeant. Detective, and Assistant Chief of Police. He also served with the Pasadena Police Department as a Patrolman, Motorcycle Officer, and Detective. In May 1966, Master Chief Johnson enlisted in the U.S. Navy with the rank of Chief Yeoman. He has served as a Recruiter, and Chief Recruiter, served on the Staff of the Commandant. 12th Naval District. Treasure Island, California. Naval Marine Corps Reserve Centers, Fresno and Pasadena. California, and while serving in USS HANCOCK (CVA-19) participated in operations “Eagle Pull" and "Frequent Wind” in Vietnam and Cambodia. In March 1974, he changed his rate to Navy Counselor, advancing to Senior Chief Petty Officer. He was one of the first Master Chief Petty Officers assigned to the Command Master Chief Program and the first Surface Master Chief to serve in such a billet at Naval Air Station. Moffett Field, California. In June 1979, he was selected to become the eighth Force Master Chief for Commander Patrol Wings. U.S. Pacific Fleet, Moffett Field. California. In 1982, he was one of four runners-up for Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy. In August 1983, he was the first Bureau Command Master Chief ordered to fill that billet in USS ARKANSAS (CGN-41) During his career. Master Chief Johnson has served in: USS GENERAL BLATCHFORD (AP-153); USS GENERAL BREAKINRIDGE (AP 170); USS ALFRED H NOBLE (AKA 218); USS GENERAL WILLIAM A MANN (AP I 13); USS LST 318; USS MOUNT MCKINLEY (LCC-7): USS WILTSIE (DD 766); USS ENTERPRISE (CVAN 65); USS HANCOCK (CVA-19); USS KANSAS CITY (AOR 3). and USS ARKANSAS (CGN 41) In addition to the Enlisted Surface Warfare Badge, the Master Chief wears the Meritorious Service Medal; Navy Commendation Medal; 2 Navy Achievement Medals; 3 Navy Presidential Unit Citations; Army Presidential Unit Citation with Oak Leaf Cluster; 3 Navy Unit Commendations; 2 Navy Meritorious Unit Commendations; 3 Navy Battle Efficiency Awards; 5 Navy Good Conduct Medals; Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal, Army Good Conduct Medal and 21 other campaign and service medals. His foreign awards include the Korean Presidential Citation with Oak Leaf. Master Chief Johnson is married to the former Loretta Faye Woods of Sanger. California. They have one son, and a granddaughter. 4ENGINEERING PERSONNEL DOSIMETRY i REQUIRED MENTRY DURING REAGDiU ITERATION NO BUNKING OR LOITERING IN MACHINERY SPACES 3 5OFFICERS LCDR Robert P. Perry Engineer Officer 1981-1984 L T Michael D. Palatas Engineer Officer 1984- LT Edward S. Henkler Main Propulsion Assistant 1982-4 LT Edward C. Ohlson Damage Control Assistant LT Ted L. Snider Chemistry Radiological Assis- tant LT Kevin C. Warnke Electrical Officer. RC Division LT Kenneth A. Wilson Main Propulsion Assistant 1984- M-2 Division 1981-1984 » ENGINEERINGOFFICERS L T Michael F. Erickson A Division LT Thomas P. Griffin L Division L TJG Richard R. Grossman M-2 Division LTJG Randall B. Kuldell RE Division L TJG Michael S. McCreight E Division LT James D. McMurtry R Division LTJG David C. Hulse ENS Stephen H. Pfaff LT Kevin T. Walsh M-l Division ENGINEERING 7A DIVISION MMC(SW) Paul A. Cherry MMFN David E. Bawidamann FA Gary R. Card MMFN Carl L. Combs MMFN Steven C. Davis MM3 Gregory A. Duvall MM2 Robert H. Francis FA Donald D. French EN2 Michael T. Gentner FA Lawrence G. Graham MM3 Bradley L. Grant FN William B. Householder EN3 Jon A. JansenA DIVISION EN2 Jacques JeanBart FN Dale A. Jensen MM3 Christopher J. Kuehne ENFN Mark W. McMahon MM2 Steven A. Milroy MM3 Richard M. Montoya EN2 Edward J. Rennekamp MMFA David J. Sampson FA Mark J. Shehorn MMFN David B. Smedshammer MMl(SW) Robert E. Strait MM3 Henry F. Tyre MM2 John G. Jackson MM3 Delbert A Zehrung ENGINEERING ,E DIVISION ICC(SW) William C Jones EMC Samuel R. Powell EM3 Robert S. Alpaugh IC2 James K. Bauer ICFN Michael R Beach EMFN Michael A. Beard EMI Mitz P. Bongawil IC2 Glenn A. Brae kin IC1 Daniel P. Bruning EM3 Duane C. Clark IC3 Michael S. Riggleman EMFA Anthony G. Dewberry IC2 Ronald M. Foster EM3 Jonathan C. Green .. ENGINEERINGE DIVISION EM3 Mark A. Hall IC3 Jeffrey S. Haney FN Robin J. Morgon EM3 Ricky W. Morin IC1 Richard S. Noice IC3 Carl A. Rodman EMFN David E. Ross EMFN Juan D. Smith EM2 Gary A. Vanessen EMI Michael L. Woods ENGINEERING „L DIVISION MMC John C. Hensley MM2 Jerold D. Edler MM2 Dane R. Ellinger MM2 William L. Gilboy MM3 Charles F. Broomall MM2 Michael D. Jackson MM3 Ronald P. Kiehl MM2 James D. Morey MM2 Vincent J. Pantess MM2 Ricky P. Poisson MM2 Gregory N. Richards MM2 James $. Shilling MM2 Paul E Smith MM2 Darin E. Hartley MM2 Roger J Balcerak » ENGINEERINGT DIVISION MMCS Wilmer L. Carbo MMC Richard M. Kemp ETC(SW) Frank A. Kotch EMI Daniel Blascovich MM2 Paul E. Snellings EMI Kelly R. Deaton ET2 Gerald D. Ensminger MM I Jeffrey L. Simpson YN3 Ricky W. Gibson YN2 David Castillo Welcome: -jo t-pucsioJ,... CoiicunruLuvnK K;.!.. SOU f (?E iJoja) G£Hl JO THE CUROE. NMr.. THESE ARE XME TVMMORRtW 'JGULLQET y(MR REAL. qUAL-Cf RO 0 v} MO OD y ENGINEERING .3M-l DIVISION MMC(SS) Michael C. Dunbar MMC Claude C. McManus MMC(SW) James A. Phillips MM3 David S. Holman MM3 Robert E. Asher MM1 Kevin R. Benner MM3 John T. Billingsley II MM2 Brian D. Catalane MM3 Gary F. Desrochers MM2 Clifford E. Dewveall MM2 Gerald O. Herndon MM2 Eric J. Grindahl MM1 Bradford D. Guise wifeM-l DIVISION MM2 John W. Holtz MM3 Benny D. McClosky MM2 Robert S. McCaffey MM2 Ronald A. Medford MM2 John D. Muck MM3 Alan T. Price MM2 Barry J. Sweet MM2 Robert P. Shay MM2 Richard L. Smith HE SAID TD u)fi T f)T THI5 AL )E FOR ENGINEERING isM-2 DIVISION MM3 Mark R. Autry MM2 Daniel W Baker MM1 Theodore L. Bur ford MM3 Kevin Eld ridge MM1 Kevin L Gary MM2 Jeffery N. Holmes MM2 Steven J. Homoki MM2 John W. King MM1 Michael P. Kretschmer MM2 Lance E. Lackas MM3 Peter J. Lawrence MM2 Theodore E. Lucas i. ENGINEERING M-2 DIVISION MM2 James B. Luebke MM2 Richard J. Martinez MM2 Edward Matejceck MM2 Brian S. Miller MM3 Jeffrey S. Pierce MM2 George L. Reinier MM3 Jeffrey S. Rougeux MM2 Fred L. Smith MM2 Michael J. Spider MM2 Joseph A. Treece MM2 Bernard I. West rick MM3 Hillery H. Grimes MM3 David M. Ziller MM2 Gerald M. Bernert MM2 Joseph W. Garner ENGINEERING .7R DIVISION HTC Allan L. Stanton FN Bert W. Adkins HT3 Henry A. Blizzard HT2 Warren C. Briggs FA Mark A. Buitron FN Timothy E. Dorsey MR1 Mario R. Estrada FA Robert D. Faulhaber FN Frank Floyd HT3 W,lliam F. Fones HT2 William K. Gordon FN Joseph G. Krajnik HT1 Renato E. Lopez » ENGINEERING kA R DIVISION HT2 Robert W. Merritt FN Harry K Miller HT2 Darin D. Parke HTFA Clay M. Reinoehl HTFA Christopher L. Cochran HT2 Richard S. Davis HT2 Richard W. Crate MRFN Shawn T. Bielecki HT2 James A Potter ENGINEERING »RC DIVISION ETC(SW) Clifford R. Harms ETC Dale R. Turner ET2 Ned V. Beauvier ET2 James L. Casey ET1 Ronald E. Davis ET2 Eric Janecek ET1 Rick L. Casler ET2 Jerry L. Ethridge ET3 Timothy M. Flynn ET1 Ronald L. Fortier ET2 Thomas L. Garrity ET3 Willie J. Hagans ET2 Kenneth W. Hanks ET2 Jeffrey M KnightRC DIVISION ET2 Richard D. Lagergren ET2 Donald P. LeVasseur, Jr. ET3 Michael F. Loftus ET3 Joel D. Marpe ET3 Robert W. Mott ET2 Malcolm E. Noble ET2 Jackson N. Perry ET3 James S. Platt ET2 Mark S. Rupe ET2 Jon A. Sedriks ET2 Brian L. Tracy ET2 Michael A. Wedeman ET2 Carroll D. White ET3 Peter H. Shaw MO ttJ s DiodE r. 5ErJoS THE (2E CEZErOCE. L 7£ a£0£U b) ■ r ENGINEERING »RE DIVISION EMC Roger L. Gay EMFN Marcus B. Apley EMI David S. Bauman EM2 John D. Bosworth EM3 Richard S. Brown EM2 Gem G. Cox IC2 Gerald F. Curry EM2 Ralph E. Dunphy EM3 Keith D Estes EM2 Kevin G. Haggerty IC1 Robert G. Knight EM2 Jon A LaSalle EM2 Todd A. Levey THE PdvJEtZ " TEAM »5 ojJlv pi pePcncE Rlok) V PASb IT OfjinRE DIVISION EM2 James A. Langford EM2 Marvin D. Matey EMI Robin J. McKay EM2 Patrick M. Minahan EM3 Joel C. Murphy EM3 Peter J. Nagle EM2 Vincent J. Nutile EM2 Randy P. Rose EM3 Arlan S. Shores EM3 Benjamin C. Smith EM2 Michael Swanick IC1 Richard J. Thiell EMI Grady S. Wagner EM2 Thomas P. West EM3 Michael H. Dahl ENGINEERING 23COMBAT SYSTEMS 24OFFICERS LCDR Sterling R. Spencer Combat System Officer LT Calvin R Wilder Battery Control Officer LT John F. Flynn CE Division LT Volker E. Molesch -4SW Officer. CA Division ENS Jeffrey H. Armstrong CO Division CW02 Paul F DeWintei CD Division CW02 Richard A. Bachman CF Division COMBAT SYSTEMS 25CA DIVISION STGC Kenneth B. Larsson STGSA John E. Coulon STG2 Asa E. Flemming STG2 Aaron S. Graham STG2 Vincent E. Harrison STG3 Frank J. Houlihan STG2 Harold E. Lamb TM3 Douglas J. Moore TM1 Rone! W. Selbach STG1 C. P. Robinson III TMSN Wesley W. Shaffer SOf!K?r.. Ff?E5H OUT OF 'REl jTUJ Z Vg ' Ce£f S£.... i I ICA DIVISION COMBAT SYSTEMS 27 TMSN Pierre E. Vedel STG2 David A. Wright STG1 Howard H. NicholsCD DIVISION DSC(SW) Richard E. Cole DS2 David H. Coyle DS1 Robert E. Evans DS2 Donald J. Slocum DS3 Raymond M. Reed DS3 James F. Meeks DS3 Michael G. Moore DS3 Kevin P Quenneville DS2 Michael L. Quesnel r Z0 WOD sJG .. OAJE OF- tub 1 syctj MOOELS UMS TflLxWg, fop 28 COMBAT SYSTEMSCE DIVISION ETCS Kenneth A. Jorgensen ET3 Edward C Baker ET3 Gerald L. Chewning ET3 Jeffrey J. Czyznik ET3 Guy A. Desjardins ET2 James J. Dwyer ET2 Alan H. Kilian ETSN William A. Nesta ET3 Brian G. Johnson ET2 Scot R. Reynolds ET1 Eddie Roche ETSN Robert J. Staffieri ET1 Raymond T. Walp ET2 Timothy L. Odum COMBAT SYSTEMS »CO DIVISION GMMC(SW) Anthony F. Ferraioli GMGC Wayne K Hissem SN David A Bigeau GMG2(SW) Danny E. Camden GMM1 Craig A. Culbertson GMG2 David E. Finn GMG3 Paul J. Francis GMG3 David C. Lasche GMM2 Jody S. Liner GMMSN Gregory ManoginCO DIVISION GMM3 Richard M. Rivera GMM2 Cedric D. White GMM3 Frank A. Sorgenfrey GMM3 Timothy B. Stowell GMM2 John B VlietCF DIVISION FTGC(SW) Donald L. Courier FTMC William J. Evans FTMC William G. Hampton FTM2 Roger W. Burkholder FTM3 Robert W. Giannetta FTM1 Robert S. Kohut FTM1 Leonard T. Lee FTM3 Joseph W. Mode FTM3 Charles L. Asermely FTM2 Mark N. Price FTMSN Douglas A. Scott FTG2 Richard W. Stiles. Jr. FTM1 Raymond J. Thompson FTM2 Allen W. VanNatta FTG3 Richard M Watson U 32 COMBAT SYSTEMSSNOIlVHHdOOFFICERS LCDR Robert K. Blanchard Operations Officer 1984- LCDR Thomas A. Fulham, Jr. Operations Officer 1983-1984 LT Wayne A. Lydick OC Division LT Daniel A. Leininger Navigator. ON Division L TJG Robert F. Cooney Ol Division ENS David M. Kapaun OE Division CW02 Arturo A. Casas 34 OPERATIONSOD DIVISION SN Brian A. Bradford SN Michael G. Bush BM2 Michael A. Cesare SA Darren L. Curtman SA Kurt R Dillard SN Dennis E. Dobbins SA Richard L. Durkit SN Michael D. English SN James S. Fras SA Christopher L. Hass OPERATIONS 35OD DIVISION SA Kevin B. Henry SN Jimmy D. Herring SA Timothy R. Howard SN Glen Y. Ichikawa SA Andre T. Jackson SN Linwood C. Lord SA Paul K. Lustenberger SA Robert E. Rabb SA Shawn A. McCabe BM3 Ricky J. McGuire SA Robert J. Peterson BM1 John L. Morton SA Christopher M. Newland BM3 Rudy A. Otero SA Merlin W Pease 36 OPERATIONSOD DIVISION S 4 Duane L. Plume BM1 Jeffery A. Stout BMSN Horace W. Tallie BM3 Bradley J. Walter SN Franklin L. White SA Garry F. Whitney SN Earl Wilkinson BM3 Michael K Williamson OPERATIONS 37OC DIVISION RMC Joseph S. Koehler RMS A John L. Arnold SN Marshall A. Boice SM2 Thomas J. Brown RM3 Sherman K. Butler RM1 Dudley E. Carr RM3 William M. Carson SMSN Michael J. Franko RM3 Gary L. Fravert RMSN Mark M. Garcia RM3 William E. Gregor RM2 Lawrence D. Henderson RM2 Clifton L. James mo problem ! o e roll of copekjhagek COMltJOl Ok) the n)EXT ct R, OC DIVISION SM3 William J. Kleinke RM3 Samuel N. Leonard RMSN Terry A. Long SMI James R. Lowry RM3 Marc A. Manor RMSN David J. Piwonski RM2 Kim A Plaster RMS A Russell P. Renville RM3 Charles B. Rivers RM3 McKinley Ryals RM2 Ernest Spence RM1 Layne Williamson SM3 Keith R. Woodman XT took almost 5 HOMK5,.... BUT X GOT THAT Of GUELCH FOR VmJf? PomnOE DIVISION EWC Thomas J. Mahoney EW3 Michael B. Schwerman EWSN Joseph G. Hinojosa EW2 Michael L. Matthews EW3 Michael W. Nelson EWSN Michael T. Price EW2 Philip L SandersON DIVISION QMC(SW) John W. Buch QMSA Richard K. Chambers QM3 Steve L. Evans QM2 Michael A. GUI QM2 Russell A. Hoogland QM3 George E. Raab QM3 Royce R. Robinson OPERATIONS 4.01 DIVISION OSC(SW) Craig T. Duffy OSC(SW) Charles J. Hecht OSC(SW) Douglas F. Shepard 0S3 Robert F. Abdill 052 Michael B. Ancheta OSJ Peter J. Anderson 053 Allen E. Cripps OS3 Keith G. D Auteui! 0S2 Donald W. Devore 0S2 Marshall W. Fisher OS2 David B Hand OS2 Alvin A. Hinton OS2 Melvin G. Jones OS1 John I. Karg HEV CHIEFr.. X JUST LOST'... VOLj COT AdOTHEZ QUHFJEfc?DIVISION OS3 Paul A Kick lighter OS2 Stephen Marett OSSN Herman E. Marks OS2(SW) Randy D. Matthews 01 OSSN John P. McGlynn 0S2 Joseph R. Medill OS2 James L. Miller OSSN Mark A Salyers OS3 David W. Niedermeyer 0S3 James V. O'Donovan OS3 Darrell C. Powell OSSA Dale W. Rhodelander 0S2 Jeffrey A. Rings OS2 Phillip G. Roberts OS2 Todd W. Rout son OPERATIONS «301 DIVISION 0S3 Donald C. Schneeman OSSN David A. Green 052 Arthur D. Cox 053 Herbert Smalls OS3 Glen E. Spangler OSSN Arthur J. Sperandeo OSSA Mark A. Swab OS2 Johnny E. Hammon 052 W,Iliam G. Williams OSSN Carl Winkler OSSA Gary A. King 053 Christopher J Zocco OS3 John D. Shumaker 0S2 Graham H. ThompsonEXECUTIVEL TJG Mark J. Regan X Division OFFICERS LT Robert F. Burt Chaplain 1984- LT Lee B. Madinger Chaplain 1982-1984 46 EXECUTIVEX DIVISION HTCS(SW) Leonard P. Ballard PNC(SW) Francisco E. Baylosis MAC Herman G. Souza YNC David J. Sprull NCC(SW) Dale R Embree PN1 Nestor R Atienza IC1 Steven P. Dunn 1C2 Joel A Floyd PNSN Steven P. Fugate Soe ?y Chiefr... Sut that u st POia)El?-SHIFT"1 JUST UJlR£D-OUT SEgUlSE RECORD ! X DIVISION I YNSN Michael A. Gillespie J03 George R. Guido SN Marcus S. Hemenway PN3 Keith A. Leeper PC3 Herbert E. Lester PNl(SW) Shane A. Nielsen YNJ Kenneth L. Phipps PN3 Joseph D. Rodriguez PNSN William J. Schaar PCSA Leslie D. Sexton JOSNRoyD. Weiner RP1 Bradley White ■ FindeisenSUPPLY 49OFFICERS LCDR James W. Day Supply Officer 1984- LCDR Dennis F. Mitchell Supply Officer 1982-1984 ENS Robert J. Oneida S-2 Division L TJG Cage B. Carruthers S-3 Division M SUPPLYS-l DIVISION SKCSfSW) Donnly G. Mullins SKC Thomas W. McDaniel SK2 Robert N. Bossert SK3 Weldon L. Eger ton SKSA Bryan P. Okeefe SK3 Alvin S. Johnson SN Roy A. Sheridan SK3 Joseph A. Walker SK2 Richard B Wells UjAlT Pi M aJUTE ! I You6e lOflKIfijc, ME UP f T LATE.-THIf? TV FOf? PflP£i?-CUP5 ?J I. ... 0 VS-2 DIVISION MSC Benjamin J. Carrera MSC Pepito M. Mallari MSC David A. Tompkins MS3 Todd M. McCormick MS2 Oscar P. Bonoan MS3 Harry H. Davis MSSN John H Footh MS3 Russel D. Frack MS3 Jun R. Garcia MS3 Gary L. Hopkinson MS2 Gary R. Knisely II MS3 Lawrence A. Lee MSSA Robert F. Baker 52 SUPPLYS-2 DIVISION MSSN Lionel M. Olfus MS2 Scott S. Sawyer MS2 Luis Palacio, Jr. MS3 Jesse L. Render MSI Roland O. Reyes MSSN Mark G. Rivard MSI Leopoldo A. Rodriguez MSI Victorino C. Sapin MS2 Lawrence R. Phipps MSSN Terry L. Shekels MS3 Jeffrey H. Volosin MSI August B. Young SUPPLY 53S-3 DIVISION SHSN Troy W. Adams SA George M Beltran DKSN Robert L. Bills SN Robert J. Bohmbach SHI Nazario D. Galang SA David R. Harper SHSN Kevin D. Merritt DKSA Vincent A. Pannullo DK3 Roy C. Rommelman SH3 Paul A. Wells DK3 Mark A. Smith SH3 Byron J. Weigelt eokeysopv sodamacuioc V TW£ PglT2- mSUPPLY oa MEDICALOFFICERS LCDR Maurice M. Culver Medical Officer 1983-1984 LT John E. Fetter Medical Officer 1984- THA vJX FUZ THE SHOTS DOE But xja fOoT smith,... hes oOez 7Vitet]H DIVISION HMC(SW) Henry L. Book HMC John C. Mortensen NO KiDDl 06, !p PO£K DQBF- f LL4 p LE7 5 SEE,... C OU L yotY PE.LL St£K CfllL H OUf?S um-ofr Ofa -Nil HM2 David C. Jansen HM3 David G. Kemp rUSS ARKANSAS (CGN-41) The ARKANSAS is the fifth ship to bear the name of ARKANSAS. Previous ARKANSAS'S include three ships of the fleet dating back to 1863 and one Confederate States ship. The mission of ARKANSAS is to operate offensively in the presence of air, surface, or subsurface threats independently or with nuclear-powered or conventional strike forces, and to provide protection to these forces and other Naval forces and convoys against air, surface, or subsurface threats. USS ARKANSAS is the fourth “VIRGINIA" class cruiser, and the ninth nuclear-powered cruiser to be built for the U. S. Navy. To accomplish her designated mission, ARKANSAS is equipped with a fully integrated Combat System combining four elements: target detection, digital data processing, command and control, and weapons control. Weapons delivery is accomplished with two multi-purpose dual arm guided missile launching systems with ASROC (anti-submarine rocket) and TARTAR SM-1 surface to air, surface to surface capability; two 5" -54 caliber light weight gun mounts; two 3 barrel torpedo launchers; and two Harpoon surface to surface missile launchers. In addition to long range surface air search and fire control sensors, ARKANSAS utilizes the AN SQS-53A long range sonar to round out her capabilities as a three-dimensional warship. 58rrashps ‘A tr:e« nodcdw Wd» contfeag 3 to wrodtli rttw3 ate apjKife SIGNIFICANT FEATURES OF USS ARKANSAS Nuclear Propulsion • At least 10 years of normal operation before refueling is required. Most advanced antiaircraft, guided missile, antisubmarine, and electronics warfare systems. Two multi purpose dual arm guided missile launchers for launching antisubmarine (ASROC) or antiaircraft (TARTAR SM-1) missiles. Two light-weight 5" .54 caliber gun mounts Two triple-barrel torpedo launchers Two Harpoon surface-to-surface missile launchers Long range sonar Naval tactical data system Unit Commander facilities and accomodationsAT WORK ... While on deployment, pass- ing the time seems to be the only thing to do. This is done by many things, mostly work. Almost everyone fell into the same daily routine, and varying from this helped the time pass faster. These three pages show the crew at work, making the time pass ... SN HOWARD does a bit of touch-up painting. LT MOLESCH stops for a smile on the bridge-wing. STG2 FLEMMING inspects the surface of the sonar boom. 60SN Boice prepares to raise a signal flag at a moment’s notice. 61SN MA TTERN at the helm. Onload of stores is an ALL HANDS evolution. A (left) EW2 PETTIT inspects a control panel. AT PLAY... The work is done for the day and it is time to relax. But how? Getting the most out of that time was important. Over the next three pages the crew takes “time out’’ their own way. Fun in the sun. EW3 SCHWERMAN and OSSN SALYERS grace the airwaves of SE channel 2. MS2 PALAOO explores Hong Kong. OS2 RINGS stays in shape by jogging around the main deck. 63STG1 ROBINSON, OS3 MARKS, and QM2 GILL provide the music for an evening concert on the fantail. The ARKANSAS musicians are at it again, this time on a Sunday afternoon.(L to R) QM2 GILL. RM3 GREGOR. OS3 MARKS, and MMFN GRZONKA change the pace from rock-n-roll to country. Volleyball. ARKANSAS style. EM3 BRANTLY heads down the ladder towards liberty. An Indian Ocean fishing derby helped break the routine. 1 RANG proved to be the best Razor back angler.PEARL HARBOR HAWAII 66SUBIC BAY REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES 68HONG KONG SUEZ CANAL "Words Of Wisdom, Of The Holy Seat And it came to pass that the chosen arrived in the ‘'Red Sea ” And came even with the “Sinai" and the “Suez Canal," And Malcolm was leading them, BUT LO! Malcolm wanted to go through, And the chosen wanted to go back. And Malcolm did take counsel, with the ancient ones. And they did whisper in his ear words of veiled meaning. And Malcolm turned to his followers, the chosen And lifted up his hand, and he gave to them the word . . . “WAIT. ”—TOULON, FRANCE MB Cl75BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS7778PANAMA CANAL81FLIGHT QUARTERS VERT REP83 FIRST RATE FIRE POWER 8485“BATTLE GROUP FOXTROT” USS ARKANSAS operated in the Indian Ocean as part of “Battle Group Foxtrot.” The Battle Group was made up of nine U.S. Navy ships, including USS ENTERPRISE (CVN-65). ARKANSAS’ mission as part of the Battle Group was to serve as the early warning detection system, providing an added shield of security for the carri- er. 86 SOVIET BATTLE GROUP While underway in the Indi- an Ocean, ARKANSAS was called away from Battle Group Foxtrot to conduct surveillance operations on the Soviet Battle Group, including the Soviet Helicopter cruiser LENIN- GRAD. ARKANSAS was also called upon to follow the Rus- sian Kilo-Class submarine. Along for the ride was an intelligence group from USS ENTERPRISE. With their added knowledge ARKANSAS was able to gather valuable information about the Soviet Navy. 8890IIPROJECT HANDCLASP The Handclasp program is used to enhance the Navy image at home and abroad. Approxi- mately $6,300.00 worth of school books, rice, high protein food, food drink beverage mix, and first aid materials were onloaded AR- KANSAS while in the Philippines. After carrying the materials through the cruise, ARKANSAS crewmembers were given the opportunity to off-load Project Handclasp during a port call in Bridgetown, Barbados. St. Pat- rick’s R.C. School (primary and secondary) received some of the materials, while the rest was distributed to other locations. 92 1 DAMAGE CONTROL OLYMPICSCASINO NIGHT 97ARKANSAS HONOR GUARDAROUND THE DECKS101103CREW CANDIDS (Right) MSSN FRACK (Middle) RMC KOEHLER. (L) ETSN STAR FIERI (Bottom Left) LTJG COONEY (Bottom Right) (L to R) STG2 FLEMMING. STG2 LAMB. EM3 GREEN, and FTM3 GIANNETTA 104(Left ■ L to R) J03 GUIDO. HT2 DAVIS. HT2 PARKE, and HT2 POTTER. (Bottom) skc McDaniel. SKCS(SW) MULLINS. LCDR DAY. and LT FETTER.(Left) EM2 DUNPHY, IC3 RIGGLEMAN, FN BELTRAN, EMFN BEARD. (Middle) Fantail cookouts were held often. (Bottom) Thanksgiving diner in the Wardroom. 106 (Above) BM3 WALTERS shines this bell too bright to look at. i 107(Top Left) SMI LOWRY on the signal bridge. (Above) OS2 MEDILL stretches out before working out. (Left) HT2 BRIGGS stretches out before going to sleep. 108(Left) MM3 WITT (L) and MM1 WONCH give us their version of “THRILLER. ” (Middle) 0S3 CRIPPS (L) and OS2 WILLIAMS strike an inter- esting pose. (Bottom) EW3 NELSON takes a break from reading to grab a smoke. 109(Right) 1C2 BAUER instructs on the proper way to eat spaghetti. (Middle Left) HT2 CORDON (L) and MRFN B1 FLECK I take time to enjoy their two BUDS on beer day. (Middle Right) SN ICHIKAWA hanging around. (Bottom) (L to R) MM3 WITT. MM3 MONTOYA. MM2 MILROY, HT2 POTTER spend their liberty in Barbados on the beach. no i(Top Left) ICFN MORGON charging up checking batteries used for the J-dial. (Top Right) OS3 O'DONOVAN taking surveillance photos of the Russian Battle Group. (Bottom) BM3 WALTERS touching up a with a bit of haze gray. mWALSWORTH S»l « Off . PUBLISHING Suit 20. U JoU HUd COM PA N Y U JolU. C«l,forn« «007 ■iiiaiiM «11K1111 i»«ARRIVES III STAFF Commanding Officer: CAPT M. W. Chase Executive Officer: LCDR B. P. McClure Supervising Officers: LTR.F. Burt; LT L. B. Madinger Managing Editor: J03 G. R. Guido General Staff: ICI S. P Dunn; ICI J. A. Floyd; JOSN R. D. Weiner Artist: EM2 J. A. LaSalle The ARRIVES III staff would like to thank the following person- nel for their photographic contri- butions. Without them, comple- tion of the book would have been impossible: EM2 Cobb, HTFN Dorsey, MM2 Haggerty, OS2 Hinton. HTFN Jensen, MM2 King, LT McMurtry, GMG1 Me- sey. MM3 Montoya, 0S30 Dono- van, ET2 Odum, MS3 Palacio, DS2 Quenneville, DS2 Quesnel, MS3 Render, PN3 Rodriguez, STG2 Samples, MSC Tompkins, IC2 Walker, ET1 Walp, 0S2 Williams. BMSN White. RP1 White-Findeisen. 0 0 v»R m “Navy Times Winner” 1985 New Years Log Entr LTJG P. F. De Winter Listen ye sailors And you shall hear Of the mid watch tale For this the new year ARKANSAS is a cruiser And not very old Moored starboard side to With anchors of gold Home to the sailors Who guard her tonight Home from her cruise Safe and done right Pier three Alameda Is blessed with her now Eight mooring lines Standard stern to bow The lines are nested And laid on double Two added storm lines Discouraging trouble Reactors one and two Are both shut down The Captain's at home And the crew’s in town Duty section three is Charged with her care Condition Yoke is set And the weather is fair Water, sewer and steam The power and phone All umbilical cords To make ARKANSAS home Home to the sailors Aboard her today Home from her cruise Round the globe one-way Other Navy units Are here tonight Home from their treks And tied up tight PYRO, SHASTA and HECTOI Are all close by CALIFORNIA and ENTER PRISE Near here do lie SOP A this day Is COMCARGRU THREE His flag flies high On one called big "E” With memories of oceans All still alive The condition today is readiness five The year eighty-four Will long keep its spark In the pride we created As riders of Ark The year eighty-five We herald with raves Cause all of our sailors Are sporting new shaves Now my tale's not over It only starts here The very first log For this the new year 112

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