Arkansas (CGN 41) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1986

Page 1 of 136

 

Arkansas (CGN 41) - Naval Cruise Book online yearbook collection, 1986 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1986 Edition, Arkansas (CGN 41) - Naval Cruise Book online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1986 Edition, Arkansas (CGN 41) - Naval Cruise Book online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1986 Edition, Arkansas (CGN 41) - Naval Cruise Book online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1986 Edition, Arkansas (CGN 41) - Naval Cruise Book online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1986 Edition, Arkansas (CGN 41) - Naval Cruise Book online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1986 Edition, Arkansas (CGN 41) - Naval Cruise Book online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1986 Edition, Arkansas (CGN 41) - Naval Cruise Book online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1986 Edition, Arkansas (CGN 41) - Naval Cruise Book online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1986 Edition, Arkansas (CGN 41) - Naval Cruise Book online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1986 Edition, Arkansas (CGN 41) - Naval Cruise Book online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1986 Edition, Arkansas (CGN 41) - Naval Cruise Book online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1986 Edition, Arkansas (CGN 41) - Naval Cruise Book online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 136 of the 1986 volume:

I ■ ■ M ■ ■ • ARKIVES IV USS ARKANSAS (CGN-41) WORLD CRUISE 1986 COMMANDING OFFICER CAPT C. Robert Twardy Captain C Robert Twardy was born in Cleveland. Ohio on 21 December 1941 He yradualed from Ohio Stale University in 19t 3 and received hi- commission through the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps His initial sea tOUl following graduation was aboard USS STALWART (MSO-493) where he Nerved as Mine Counter-measures Officer and the Operations Officer Following a two year tour ■ ordered t Russian Language School at the Defense Language- Institute in Washington. I I md was then assigned to the Naval Security Agency. Fort Meade. Md Following comple- tiort il ' I ' lour, he attended the Naval Destroyer School at Newport. Rhode Island After graduating from the department head course, he was assigned to USS BAUSSELL (DD-845) as the Engineer Officer Reporting in January 1971 to the United Stales Naval Academy, he was assigned as an instructor in the Naval Systems Engineering Department While at the Academy, he earned a Master of Science Degree m Systems Management from George Washington University and was selected lor the Naval Nuclear Power Program Following his tour at Annapolis, he attended Naval NuJear Power School in Mare Island, Ca and qualified on the AlW prototype at Idaho FalK, Idaho He was then assigned to the commissioning crew of USS NIMITZ (CVN- 08) as Electrical Officer. Beginning in June 1977 he served as Executive Officer on USS REASONER (FF-10o3) and then USS BAINBRIDCE (CGN-25) He then reported to the Staff of the Commander Naval Air 1 I 5. Pacific I leel where he acted as Senior Ship Maintenance Manager for USS ENTER- PRISE (CVN-65J and USS RANGER (CV-ol). Following this assignment he teported to USS BRADLEY IFF 1041) where he served as inding Officer from June 1982 to July 1984 He then attended the Senior Officer Course il thi Naval Wai I ollcge, Newport R I He assumed command of USS ARKANSAS (CGN-41) 20 December 1985. Captain Twardy s awards include two Meritorious Service Medals, the Joint Service Com- mendation Modal. Navy Commendation Medal, National Defense Service Medal and the Humanitarian Service Medal He is married to the former Annita Jaia of Dallas Texas They have three children. Robert. William and lames EXECUTIVE OFFICER CDR David C. Ray Commander David C. RAY was born in South Bend, Indiana on 19 April 194o. He attended Redford High School in Detroit, Michigan and Harvard College - graduating in 1968. He received his commission as an Ensign at Officer Candidate School in 1969, and immediately reported to USS VOGE (DE-1047) for a tour of duty as Main Propulsion Assistant. His next assignment was to the staff of Commander Destroyer Squadron TEN as Material Officer. In 1972, he entered the Naval Nuclear Power Program with training in Bainbridge, Maryland and West Milton, New York. This training was followed by duty on the pre-commissioning crew of USS SOUTH CAROLINA (DLGN-37) where he served as Main Propulsion Assistar Following a tour as an instructor at the DIG Prototype in West Milte New York, Commander RAY reported to USS BAINBRIDGE (CGt; " in 1979 for a three year tour as Engineer Officer. In 1982, he was assigned to the staff of the Director, Nav Propulsion Program. Commander RAY reported to USS AF in May 1985. Commander RAY s wife, Laura, is a native of Mt. Kiscq They have one child, Patrick. COMMAND MASTER CHIEF SKCM(SW) Donnly G. Mullins Master Chief Storekeeper Surface Warfare Qualified Donnly G. Mullins was born 28 May 1945 in Fargo, North Dakota. He began his military career in the U.S. Navy 29 May 1962. He completed bootcamp at San Diego at the age of 17 and was sent to USS SAFEGUARD (ARS-25) assigned as a Boatswain ' s Mate where he worked with divers. The Master Chief, upon completion of his first enlistment, was sent to Store- keeper " A " school October 1965 prior to Survival Escape Resistance Evasion (SERE) training, for further transfer to Danang, Vietnam. During his career. Master Chief Mullins has served in USS SAN JOSE (AFS-7) for two tours, Fleet Material Assistance Group (FMAG) Alameda, Ca., Naval Technical Training Center (NTTC) Jacksonville, Fla., Naval Technical Training Center (NTTC) Treasure Island, Ca. as a Leadership Management Education and Training (LMET) course instructor. Master Chief Mullins completed a course of instruction at the Senior Enlisted Academy, Newport, R.I., and the Human Resource Management School, Naval Air Station Memphis, Tn., prior to his assignment to USS ARKANSAS (CGN-41). In addition to the Enlisted Surface Warfare (ESWS) badge, the Master Chief wears the Vietnam Service Medal, Vietnam Campaign Medal, Navy Meritious Unit Commendation Medal, RVN Meritious Unit Commendation Civic Action Medal, Five Good Conduct Awards, Navy Unit Commendation Ribbons, the National Defense Service Medal, the Navy Commendation Medal, the Navy Sea Service Ribbon - with three bronze stars. Battle " E " - with two bronze stars, and the Humanitarian Service Medal. Master Chief Mullins is married to the former Bonnie Jean Lightner of Almira, New York. They have two sons and one daughter. ENGINEERING t ♦ ,n OFFICERS LCDR M. D. PALATAS LT T. P. GRIFFIN LT R. R GROSSMAN II D c; IIULSE I I R H KULD LT M S. M.i Rl U.I 1 1 LT D. • k n OFFICERS LT E. C. OHLSON LTJC P. G. CHONG LTJG J. D. CREED LTJC B. A. DUNCAN ltjc b. c McAllister LTJC M. D. MOHNEY LTJG S. H. PFAFF LTJC M. T. RAUSER LTJC D. L. RICHARDSON OFFICERS LTJG G S RUSCH LTJG M. H. TENBRINK LTJG D. J. VAUGHT ENS B. 5. BROCKMEYER ENS J. C. DUFF ENS R. J. HILL ENS J I M. A A DIVISION MMCStSW) D. E. PETTIS MM3 A. C. BRALICK EN3 C R. CARD MM3 M. L. COPELAND MM3 A. VV. CUTSHALL MM3 S. C. DAVIS EN3 D. D. FRENCH EN3 W. B. HOUSEHOLDER MM3 M. J. HOWELL MM: J. G. JACKSON FN J. F. K.ELLEY EN2C P. KENNl . MM. ' K. C L( A DIVISION MMFN R. A. MUNRO LN2 M. W. McMAHON MM3 R. M. MONTOYA MMl K. P. ODONNELL EN2 D. L. PRESTWICH ENFN R. E. RABB EN3 M. J. SHEHORN FN E. WILKINSON MM3 G. K WITT 10 E DIVISION i EMCS T. R. SMITH 1C2 M. R. BEACH EM3 G. M. BELTRAN EM3 A. C. DEWBERRY EMI D. J. DUSEK 1C2 R. M. FOSTER FA D. K. GARRETT EM3 J C. GREEN IC2 S. B. GUERREIRG IC3 J W HA1RL EM3 M. S. MATTH1 IC2 R. J. MOR( FN H J. POWELL 11 E DIVISION IO M. S. RICCLEMAN FN R. RODRIGUEZ EM2 E. C. SE1TZ EM2 J. D. SMITH EM3 P. N SMITH IC2 B. R WALKER FN M. H. WATSON FN W. J. WILLIAMS I Ml M I W( )( )Ps L DIVISION MMC J. C. HENSLEY MMQSW) J. F. RATCLIFF MM2 K. J. BOOTH MM2 C F. BROOMALL MM: C. R. CAUDILL MM2 D. R. ELLINGER MM2 S. N. HEILMAN MM2 T N. KERR MM: R. P. KIEHL MMl M. P. KRETSCHMER I MM: V. J. PANTESS MMl G. N. RICHARDS MM: J. E. SCHROEDt; MMl J L. SIMPSON 13 L DIVISION MM2 P. E. SMITH MM3 J. R. SRALICK MM3 D. J. WALTON T DIVISION MMCM W. L. CARBO MMC C. C. McMANUS ICCS G. W. OWENS MM2 R. J. BALCERAK EMI R. J. BEHNKE YN2 D CASTILLO EM2 J. M. COBB ET2 C. M. DAVID MMl J. D. EDLER ET2 T. L. GARRITV EM2 K. G. HACCERTY EM2 J. A. LANGFORD ET2 J. D. MARPF MMl R. A. MED! VN3 A. L. PATTON 15 T DIVISION MM2 A. T. PRICE MM1 J. S. SHILLING EMI M. SWANICK. EMI G. S. WAGNER EM2 T. P. WEST ETl W. J. YAHNER 16 M-l DIVISION 1 MMC(SW) R. I. FERGUSON 8 MM2 E. F. ANDERSON MM2 R E. ASHER MM3 J. T BILL1NCSLEY MM2 C. S. BOETTCHER MM2 J. D. BUTLER MM2 T. E. CONWAV MMl D. C. DENGER MM3 G. F. DESROCHERS MM2 C. E. DEVVVEALL MM: J. J. GARZA MM3 G. O. HERNDON MM3 D. S. HOI-MAN 77 M-l DIVISION MM: J. W. HOLTZ MM2 A. M. KIPPLEY MM: K. D. LANE MM2 R. J. MARTINEZ MM3 B D. McCLOSKY MM2 J. D. MUCK. MM: D. E. OLSON MMl R. L. SMITH MM3 B. J SWEET MM3 K. A. TENCESDAL MM2 A. P. THOMAS MM2 J. S. TUCKER MMl ■ VANc , 18 M-2 DIVISION MMC A. M. GREEN I MM2G. M BERNERT MM2 L. W. BRAY MM2 J. L. CARLETON MM3 R. L. DAGGETT MM2 K ELDRIDGE MM2 J. S. ELIASON MM2 R. A FIEDLER MM2 J. W. GARNER MM2 H. H. GRIMES MM2 J. N. HOLMES MM3 T. W. JOHNS ' MM: I v 19 M-2 DIVISION MMl D. A KRAAI MM3 L. E. LACKA5 MM3 P. S. LAWRENCE MM3 K. R. MARCUS MM3 B. A. MARSH MM2 R L. MARSHALL MM2 B. S. MILLER MM3 J S. PIERCE MM: G. L REINIER MM3 J. S. ROUCEUX MM2 F. L. SMITH MM2 B. WESTRICK. MM. . VILIMS MM2 D M ,11 I R 20 R DIVISION HTC A. L. STANTON HT2 B. W. ADKINS MR3 S. T. BIELECK.I HTFN M. P. COONEY HTFA J. R. CARR1LLO HTl P. DcLEON HT3 R. D. FAULHABER MR2 S. S. GREER FN S. J. MARCERUM MR3 R PETERS ' HT3 C. M REINOEHL 21 RC DIVISION ETCS D. E. WILSON ET2 G. R. BOYLE ETl D. L. COOPER ETl R. L CASLER lT2 M. F. DOLLEN ET2 J. Z. DELACUADRA ET2 J L ETHRIDCE ET2 R. C. FIRES LT3 T. M FLYNN MISTER NS ET2 K VV HAN IT2 t IANECIK 22 RC DIVISION ET2 K. D. JENTZCH ET2 J. B. JORDAN ETl J. K. KNIGHT ET2 G. D. LANTZ ET2 M. E. LENO ET2 M. F. LOFTUS ET3 R. W. MOTT ET2 D. P. O ' NEAL ET2 F. W. PARRISH ET2 D. C. RANNOW ET2 J. L. SMITH ETl J. O. THOMPSON ET2 C. D. WHITE ET2 C. WIMP! ' 23 RE DIVISION EMC C. K. McCOY LM3 V. J. ARCHIBALD EM2 W. A. BRADEEN EM2 J. S. BRENNAN EM2 R. J. BRYANT EM3 M R. CHAPMAN EM3 R J. COOK EM2 G. C COX EM2 M H DAH1 EM1 I ' Nl ' in I Mi S , EM2 D.J GOT! P HAUT 24 £A ii RE DIVISION I EM2 B. S. HEDGES EM2 W. B. HUNTER EM2 G. A. JONES EM2 A. K. KRAFT EM2 M. L. LARSON EM2 J. A. LaSALLE EM2 T. A. LEVEY EM3 C. W MAHAR EMI M. D. MATEY EM2 P. J. NACLE EM2 R. NAVARRO EM2 V. J. NUTILE EM2 L. E. RATHBUN EM2 R. P. ROSE EM3 A. S. SHORES EM2 B. C. SMTP 25 COMBAT SYSTEMS 26 OFFICERS LCDR J. J. NATALE - LT H. L BAUUSCH LT D VV EPPERSON ENS C. A. BRUMFIEL ENS M. J. CORTESk ENS W. C HARRIS CW03 R A BACHMAN 27 CA DIVISION STGC K. B. LARSSON STG2 J. C. ALLEN TMSN G. H. BACK.AS STGSA L. M. BLEESS STGl W. B. CANNON STC2 J. E COULON STGSN M. P. FEENEY STG2 R. D. HESS STG2T. A LEHMAN L. REEL TMl TM.u S SN P. L. i ND1 Rl AND 28 CD DIVISION DSCS(SW) R. R. COLE DS3 R. F. FAGAN DS2 B. A. HIGNIGHT DSl G D. LOVE DS3 M. G. MOORE DS3 K C. McFERREN DS3 J. F. MEEK.S DS2 R. M. REED DS3 K. P. QUENNEVILLE DS3 D. C Will. 29 CE DIVISION ETC C. E. BOKAMPER ETC(SW) R. T. VVALP ET3 E. C. BAKER ET3 G W CHERNEY ET2 G. L. CHEWNING ET2 J. J. CZYZNIK YN3 M A. GILLESPIE ET2 M E GRIGGS ETSN G. Y. 1CHIKAWA ETl A. H. KILIAN UND I i ET2S i M : I I RUSSELL 30 CE DIVISION ET2 L. D. WITHINGTON CF DIVISION FCC D. L. COURTER FCC(SVV) T. N. ENGLUND FCC L. H. TAYLOR FC2 C. L. ASERMELY FC2 S. L. BRYANT FC2 J. A. CARTER FC2 C. D. DEAN FC2 R O. CUYOS FCl T. S. HAWKINS FCl D T. HILL FC2 J. P. KASTEN MNNlin F RkWOOD FC2 J.T LIGin ' , S MAI i 32 CF DIVISION FC2 J. W. MODE FC2 K. M. MOE FC2 S. F. MULLEAVY FC2 D. A. NEEPER FC3 D. A. SCOTT FC2(SW) R. M. WATSON FC3 C. D. WENTWORTH _ 33 CO DIVISION GMMC S. E. WALTERS GMM2 W. M. ANDERSON gj AM CMGl D. E. CAMDEN CMC2 D. E. FINN GMMl L L. KIRK GMC3 W P. McREYNOLDS V MESEY GM( .AN GMMJ R D N ' ■ KRO IM2 R M RIVER 34 CO DIVISION GMMl D. L. SHARP GMM2 H. J. SMITH GMM2 F. A. SORCENFREY GMGSN J. A. STALLWORTH GMG3 L. A. THIBODEAUX GMM2(SW) C. D WHITE OPERATIONS OFFICERS LCDR R. K. BLANCHARD LCDR S. W. KEITH LT D. L. ATENCIO LT P. T. McGILL LTJG D. M. KAPAUN ENS D. P. CALLAGHAN CW02 A. R. CASAS 37 OD DIVISION BMC J. L. TAYLOR SN C. J. ARRINGTON SN R. A. BALL SN K. V. BIVENS BM1 J CARDENAS SA P. C CHURCH SA A. A. DAVIS BM3 K R. DILLARD BM3 D. E. DOBBINS •JDLRBURK. SA IER SN K D H BM2 M. J HAMM 38 OD DIVISION SN R. W. HARRIS SA D. L. HENDRICKS SN F. R. HENDRICKSON SA R. J. KWASINSKI SN A. M. LANE SN T. R. MATTERN SN T. J. McNELLY BMl J. L. MORTON BM3 E. T. MOORE ' SA J. K. MYRICK SN B. P. O ' KEEFE BM3 M. VV. PEASE SN T. D PERKINS SA M. R. RAMOS SN T. S. SCHERBY SN C. E. TAM ' 39 OD DIVISION BM2 B. J. WALTERS BM3 F. L. WHITE SA G. F. WHITNEY SA D. M. WILKINS SN C. L. WILLIAMS SA T. A. WILLMETH OC DIVISION RMC J. S. KOEHLER SMQSW) T. C STONEBARGER RM3 J. L. ARNOLD RM3 V. K. AVENETTI SM3 M. A. BOICE SM3 B. A. BRADFORD RMSM T. D. CA5TRILLON RM2 J. D. FERRIER SM3 M. J. FRANKO RM3 M. M. GARCIA bM2(SW) W. J. KLEINKE SN M. D. KNOELL RM3 T. R LC RM2 M. A. MANOR 41 OC DIVISION RM3 J MILLER JR. RM2 K. A. PLASTER RMl B. RANGER RM3 R. P. RENVILLE RM3 R. C. RIVAS RM2 M. RYALS RMl M. A. SCHUERMANN RMSM J VANNEWKIRK RMl L WILLIAMSON SM2 K. R. WOODMAN 42 _ OE DIVISION EWC T. J. MAHONEY EW2 E. E. HOUSE EW2 K. S. KIMURA EW2 M. T. PRICE 43 . ON DIVISION QMC (SW) J. W. BUCH QM3 C. CRUM QMSN J. L. DYER QM2 S. EVANS QMl R. A. HOOGLAND QMSN D. W. LAMBERT QM3 C. M. NEWLAND QMZ C. E. RAAB PCSN J. D. WALKER 44 I OI DIVISION OSC (SW) C. T. DUFFY OSC (SW) M. D. POPEJOY OSl M. B. ANCHETTA OSl (SW) P. J. ANDERSON OSl D P. BITTS OS2 J. P. CHRISTY OS3 A R. CLARK OSSN D. W. COLE OS3 K. D. D ' AUTEUIL OSl D. W. DEVORE OS3 P. T. ERB OS3 J. F. FARRIS OSSN G. A GARi_ OS3 D. A. GREEN 45 OI DIVISION OS2 J. E. HAMMON OS2 A A. HINTON OSSN K. A. HUTCHINSON OS: J. I. KARG 052 R. L. KILMER 053 G. A. KING OSSN T. E. KINSMAN OSSN J. C. LAMAZE 052 H. E. MARKS 053 J. P. MCGLYNN OS2(SW) J. R. MEDILL OS2(SW) J. L. MILLER OS2 D W. NIEDERMEYER I. G PALMER ER OSSN R. A PA I 48 OI DIVISION OS2 M. L. PAYNE OS2 T. W. ROUTSON OS3 M. A. SALYERS OS2 H. SMALLS OS2 M J STREHLE OS3 M. A. SWAB 47 EXECUTIVE OFFICERS LCDR R. F. BURT 49 X DIVISION HTCM (SW) L. P. BALLARD PNC (SW) F. E. BAYLOS1S EMC (SW) K. O. DARNELL NCCS (SW) D. R. EMBREE MAC H. R. SOUZA ICl J. A. FLOYD PN3 S. P. FUGATE J02 G. R. GUIDO JR. YN3 I. T. HARDY 50 X DIVISION SN M. S. HEMENWAY YNl S. L. JOHNSON PNl (SW) S. A. NIELSEN YNl K. L. PHIPPS |£ g£ SN A. S. REYNOLDS PN3 J. D RODRIGUEZ PN3 W. J. SCHAAR SN G. J. WALTERS RPl B W. WHITE-FINDEISEN _ 51 SUPPLY j LCDR J. W. DAY LTJG P. J. DESJARDINS LTJG R. ONEIDA 53 S-l DIVISION SKC (SW) D. THOMPSON 5K2 R. N BOSSERT SK2 R. BOURNE SKSN T. M. CLARK SK3 K. W. DAVIS SKSN K. B. HENRY SK3 T. R HOWARD SKSN E. D. KOSHAK SK3 G. A. MARKEVITCH NTICAM SK3 G K . SK2 R R. WELLS 54 S-2 DIVISION MSC D. DULCE MSC P. MALLARI MS2 L. D. ANDERSON MS3 R. BAKER MS2 J. DAVIS MSSA J. H. FOOTH MS3 R. D. FRACK MS3 J. GARCIA MS3 R M. COLDRING MS2 G. L. HOPKINSON MS2 C R. KN1SLEY MSSA C. KOCH MS3 L. A. [ MS2 S C. MANKIN 55 S-2 DIVISION M53 P. C. MEYER MSSA R. GARCIA MSI L. R. PH1PPS MS3 C. E. PORTER MSI R. O. REYES MSSN D. A. WAKELY 56 S-3 DIVISION SH3 T. W. ADAMS DK3 R. L. BILLS SH3 R. J. BOHMBACH SH2 J. CARUTHERS DKl J. M. CORREA SHI M. D. COX SH3 J. DAVIS DKSN M. J. GAVIN SH3 D. K. HARPER SHI W. JOHNSON SH3 K. D. MERRIT SHI G. M. MOLINA SN V. A. PANULLO SN D. L. PLUME SH2 J. H. TRENT 57 MEDICAL 58 OFFICERS LT J. C. OSGOOD 5 } H DIVISION HMC (SW) H. L. BOOK HMCS E. HILDENBRAND HM3 S. L. RODRIGUEZ HM2 C. E. STE1NBROOK. USS ARKANSAS (CGN-41) The USS ARKANSAS (CGN-41) is the fourth Nuclear Powered Guided Missile Cruiser of the Virginia Class. The nuclear propulsion plant provides ARKANSAS with the endurance and capability to operate with other conventional and nuclear powered ships over extended periods of time and over great distances. The mission of the USS ARKANSAS is to operate offensively in the presence of air, surface, or subsurface threats independently or in support of convoys, and high speed task forces. To accomplish ARKANSAS ' mission, she has been equipped with the latest technology and equipment. With a fully integrated combat system she has the capabilities to quickly detect target, perform high speed digital data processing, and employ powerful weaponry. Weapons delivery can be accomplished against hostile forces by utilizing two multi-purpose guided missile launchers (anti- air and anti-submarine missiles), two 5 " 54 caliber guns, anti-air, surface, or shore), two three barrel torpedo tubes, two Harpoon anti-shipping missile launchers, and two Tomahawk long range missile launchers. In order to maintain these sophisticated systems in the highest state of readiness, 40 officers and 530 enlisted men comprise the crew. It is the job of these men to make ARKANSAS a " Defender of Opportunity " for our country. ARKANSAS ' first deployment was to the Mediterranean from November 10, 1982 to May 20, 1983. In July 1983, ARKANSAS changed homeports, moving from Norfolk, Va. to Alam eda, Ca. In her first WESTPAC 7th Fleet deployment, ARKANSAS distinguished herself as an elite addition to the Pacific Fleet. Operational tasking requirements ultimately led ARKANSAS on a spectacular " Around the World Cruise " . In 1984, on her annual Operational Reactor Safeguards Exam (ORSE) ARKANSAS received an overall " Excellent " , becoming the first Pacific Fleet nuclear powered surface ship to earn that grade since 1978, and furthered that mark by receiving another overall " Excellent " for the secor J straight year in December, 1985. In January 1986, ARKANSAS got underway for her second WESTPAC deployment. After operating in the Indian Ocean she transited the Suez Canal and operated in the Mediterranean Sea in the vicinity of Libya. LSS ARKANSAS returned to Alameda in August, 198b after transiting around Africa and serving in all four numbered fleets. Recent awards include: Anti- submarine Warfare " A " , Damage Control " DC " , Combat Information Center " E " , Missile " E " , Gunnery " E " , En gineering " E " , and Communications " C " . 61 USS ARKANSAS (CGN-41) SIGNIFICANT FEATURES Mission Antiaircraft and antisubmarine warfare for the first line striking forces Keel Laid January 17, 1977 Launched October 21, 1978 Commissioned October 18, 1980 Propulsion Two Nuclear Reactors Speed Over 30 Knots Overall Length 585 Feet Beam 63 Feet Full Load Displacement ll.loO Tons Accommodations 498 Persons Builder Newport News Shipbuilding Drydock Co 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 launchers for launching antisubmarine (ASROC) or anti-aircraft (TARTAR SM-1) missiles. Two light-weight 5 " 54 caliber gun mounts. Two triple barrel torpedo launchers. Two Harpoon Surface-to-Surface launchers. mge sonar . N.i tical Data System. Two Tomahawk Long Range Cruise Missile Launchers. 62 AROUND THE DECKS (R TO L) ET3 CHERNV, ET3 HADNOT, ET3 WILLIAMS. AND ET2 LUND. (R TO L) SM3 BRADFORD AND SM3 BOICE. 1 I 11 Tl IJI II 1 W : 4 ¥ IN HI wi MM3 LAWRENCE. 63 ( 1 I i 1 LCDR NAT ALE. HTCM(SW) BALLARD and SK2 PUNTIGAM. (L to R) FC2 KENNEDY, FC2 ASERMELY, FC2 MOE, FC2 LIGHTFOOT, FC2 MAURER, EM2 GREEN, FC2 DEAN, and FC2 GUYOS. (L to R) I l ' ARRISH, SN ICHIKAWA, and ETSN HOC AN. 64 MM2 BOETTCHER YN3 HARDY EN3 CARD and ENl FULLER Unknown SN over the side. 65 PEARL HARBOR, HAWAII I 1 ft «fl I 67 PEARL HARBOR, HAWAII I ■ V " , T» ■ mmmmm L . , SUBIC BAY REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES 2k MM v Bsi 71 SUBIC BAY REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES m H ■ 72 i 73 SINGAPORE I SINGAPORE i 76 . 77 KARACHI, PAKISTAN | " Mil :9 • • • 1 i HBBVHBB IBH • - ■ 11 B " .« Bk • GAETA, ITALY GAETA, ITALY 84 t Ir 85 MONTE CARLO, MONACO 86 87 MONTE CARLO, MONACO 1 lii i 9 PERTH, AUSTRALIA 90 91 PERTH, AUSTRALIA i I ,y» aa HOMECOMING NAS ALAMEDA, CA. ■ V J3C " " " J£ s: HOMECOMING NAS ALAMEDA, CA. CROSSING THE LINE 98 CROSSING 3 THE LINE a THE GONG SHOW KPf it t ! . 7- Rt B r . lOi FLIGHT QUARTERS VERTREP 105 BATTLE GROUP FOXTROT BATTLE GROUP FOXTROT M. . V O-gt- " j TIGER CRUISE !IHF SHAPING UP . . Keeping in shape during a long cruise sometim proves to be difficult, but between 0-1 Level Basketbal Main Deck Running and periodic trips to the Weigr Room, ARKANSAS crewmembers were able to stay i top physical form. I GETTIN THE JC DONE. Long hours of hard work is a routine part of Navy li at sea. ARKANSAS shipmates traditionally do whatev it takes to " get the job done. " TAKIN TIME OUT Often just a few quick hours to relax and enjoy the quiet time off. Over the next four pages ARKANSAS crewmembers take " time-out " their own way. i 4 sit, ! r — V - t 1 CREW CANDIDS I relaxes wl tching some rays. 30VE: (L to R) SN SCHERBY, BM3 DIL- ARD, and SN MYRICK work on ARK 2. LEFT: SM3 BRADFORD scans the horizon. HT: NCCS (SW) EMBREE DSCS (SW) COLE call the num on RAZORBACK BINGO. BOTTOM LEFT: MS3 MEYE1 stirs lunch. BOTTOM RIGHT: SN LANE or after lookout. H BOr 1 CJbi fl H . M -J ' «w V ■ • ' _ : 1 jj j ]LJ 7 ■ t " ' em r «A£ K: _j ARKIVES IV STAFF Commanding Officer CAPT C. ROBERT TWARDY Executive Officer CDR DAVID C RAY Public Affairs Officer LCDR ROBERT F. BURT Lay-out design J02 GEORGE R. GUIDO Photographic Assistance ICl JOEL A. FLOYD i i - a The ARKIVES IV Staff would like to thank the following personnel for their photographic contributions for without them completion of the cruisebook would have been impossible: STG2 J. C. ALLEN, FC2 ASERMELY, HMC (SW) BOOK, QM3 CRUM, ET2 CZYZNIK, NCCS (SW) EMBREE, OS2 ERB, STGSN FEENEY, ET2 GRIGGS, MM1 HUDSON, PHC KING, SN KNOELL, FN MARGERUM, MM3 MONTOYA, SKCM (SW) MULLINS, HM2 STEINBROOK, RMSN VAN- NEWKIRK, GMMC WALTERS, SN WILLMETH, and JAYCO Photographic Stu- dios. 128 VARDY C.RAY .BURT GUIDO FLOYD tor their BOOK, GERM I Kw IJ m I ■ ■ I 1


Suggestions in the Arkansas (CGN 41) - Naval Cruise Book collection:

Arkansas (CGN 41) - Naval Cruise Book online yearbook collection, 1982 Edition, Page 1

1982

Arkansas (CGN 41) - Naval Cruise Book online yearbook collection, 1983 Edition, Page 1

1983

Arkansas (CGN 41) - Naval Cruise Book online yearbook collection, 1984 Edition, Page 1

1984

Arkansas (CGN 41) - Naval Cruise Book online yearbook collection, 1987 Edition, Page 1

1987

Arkansas (CGN 41) - Naval Cruise Book online yearbook collection, 1990 Edition, Page 1

1990

Arkansas (CGN 41) - Naval Cruise Book online yearbook collection, 1991 Edition, Page 1

1991

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.