Arthur W Radford (DD 968) - Naval Cruise Book

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- ARTHUR KiifiiBm (Dl 968) MED CRUISE 1979 USS ARTHUR W. RADFORD MED CRUISE 1979 CDR DAVID E. WOODBURY A native of Boston, Massachusetts, Commander Woodbury attended Colby College in Waterville, Maine and was commissioned at Naval Officer Candidate School in February, 1960. He has served aboard USS EMBATTLE (MSO-434), USS KING, (DLG-10) and USS HAN- SON (DD-832) , and commanded the USS CHARLES BERRY (DE-1035). He has also served in the Bureau of Naval Personnel as a Grade Assignment Officer and as Assistant to the Assistant Director for Captain Detail. Commander Woodbury has studied at the National War College and the Naval War College, and holds a master ' s degree in International Affairs from George Washington University. He was assigned as the personal aide to the Chief of Naval Operations until 1975. He is currently assigned to the office of Chief of Naval Operations in Washington, D.C., and resides there with his wife and their three sons. COMMANDING OFFICER 16 APRIL 77 - 24 APR 79 CDR WILLIAM W. KING Commander King was born in Onley, Virginia, and commissioned from Naval Officer Candidate School after graduating from the University of Virginia. A former enlisted man, he has served on the USS FRED T. BERRY (DD-858), THE USS DENNIS J. BUCKLEY (DD-808), THE USS FIDELITY (MSO-443), and USS ENGLAND (CG-22). Commander King also served as Commanding Officer of the USS READY (PG-87). He is a graduate of the Armed Forces Staff College, and holds a master of science degree from the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School. His assignments include duty at the Cinclant Cinclantflt Staff, and as Aide and Administrative Assistant to the Director of Anti Submarine Warfare Programs, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations. Most recently he was the Administrative Assistant to the Chief of Naval Operations. Commander King and his wife, Cecelia, reside in Norfolk with their three daughters. COMMANDING OFFICER LCDR THOMAS I. EUBANKS Since his graduation from the U.S. Naval Academy, LCDR Eubanks has served aboard THE USS COCHRANE (DDG 21), THE USS AGERHOLM (DD826) and as Commanding Officer of THE USS ILLUSIVE (MSD 448). He holds a master s degree in Computer Systems Management from the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, and is a graduate of the Armed Forces Staff College. From January, 1975 to December 1977 he was the Assistant for Management Informa- tion to the Official Development and Distribution Division of the Bureau of Naval Personnel. LCDR Eubanks was born in Pomeroy, Ohio, and currently resides in Virginia Beach with his wife, Betty, and their two children. EXECUTIVE OFFICER m O • ftMiH mr- " ? Admiral Arthur W. Radford Chicago, Illinois, in J| ' He was commissioned at theU Hrval Academy, in 1916 and seru Bi P d the battleship USS SOUTM fftptlNA during World War I. 1 -Pna Tours of duty included commanjprot Carrier Divisions ELEVEN and SIX; assignments as Deputy Chief of " Tlaval Operations for Air; Commander, Second Task Ffcet; Vice Chief of Naval Operations; Commander in Chief, Pacific Fleet; High Commissioner, Trust Terri- tory of Pacific Islands; and Chairman of ■ht Chiefs of Staff from 1953 until irhen he retired. SAILORS OF THE QUARTER FTG2 MARK D. COY APRIL - JUNE 1979 053 RANDALL L. BELL JULY - SEPTEMBER 1979 DAY AT SEA ,:- vmx CASTELLAMMARE DI STABIA, ITALY APRIL 4 - 10 10 j- ■ A iTi 7: 11 POMPEII 12 A: CATANIA, SICILY MOUNT ETNA 13 TAORMINA, SICILY - - ' .111?: - ii ffi 1 5 TVl ' ■ . . _ _ 14 APRIL 30 - MAY 2 SPLIT, YUGOSLAVIA MAY 4 - 6 TRIESTE, ITALY MAY 26 - JUNE IS 17 VENICE ALEXANDRIA, EGYPT JUNE 18 - 25 " " V QHl; « bb- Is m ■ , iIM! •1 : yriijLMi laU SspHABiGmrrR] pc I F ■wisi CANNES, FRANCE JULY 2 - 6 24 FOURTH OF JULY CEREMONY 25 PALMA DE MALLORCA JULY 9 - 16 TRIAL COMBAT AND BY 27 BARCELONA, SPAIN JULY 16-23 THEOULE SUR MER AUGUST 13-18 I 31 VALENCIA, SPAIN AUGUST 31 - SEPTEMBER 8 Lit tiff, 32 CRUISIN ' 34 I CATANIA PICNIC 36 CHANGE OF COMMAND «p » Sl l3j |vJHr B jB ' y j VB MB ftwl w__ fll £U» APRIL 24 37 BASEBALL TEAM , fc. 38 THEOULE SUR MER i - v O CEREMONY 39 DEPENDENT ' S CRUISE, JULY 16 4 i 40 % X s n 28 July 1979 THE USS ARTHUR W. RADFORD was the first ship to fire a harpoon missile in the Mediterranean. A direct hit was scored on the hulk of thtf former USS LANSDOWNE (DD-445) a range of over 60 miles. RESCUE AT SEA AU LARGE DE SAINT-TROPEZ Deux officiers d ' un escorteur U.S. portent assistance un ketch en difficult OFFICERS 44 DEPARTMENT HEADS LCDR T. C. Jones Air Officer c ! t I. Lt. Gregory Dies Operations Officer Lt. David Bocchino Supply Officer Lt. William Lynch Chief Engineer (until July) Lt. Michael Crowell Weapons Officer Lt. William Dunn Chief Engineer 46 M DIVISION Top Row, L to R: LTJG A. Schilling, ENS D. Bruce, GSCM H. Farrior, GSMC W. Cave, GSMC K. Derleth, Second Row, GSM1 B. Pearson, GSM1 T. McCoy, GSM2 R. Munson. GSM2 W. O ' Neill, GSM2 K. Moneymaker, Third Row, GSM2 R. Darling. GSM2 M. Geiwitz, GSE2 J. Packard, YN2 J. McCollum, EN3 R. Daluisio Top, EN3 D. Houston, Second Row, L to R: GSM3 B. Miles, GSM3 W. Powell, Third Row, GSM3 R. Brown, GSM3 R. Hovde, GSE3 C. Hogan, EN3 R. Norris, FN S. Allen, Fourth Row, FN A. Seeley, FN M. Stanciu, FA H. Hefner, FA R. Rebman, FA J. Hildreth, Fifth Row, GSMFA J. Lachapelle, FA A. Obrock, FA F. Confer, FR J. Hawk, FN K. Wagner 49 A GANG Top Row, L to R: GSMC A. Kitts, EN1 C. Jenkins, EN1 J. Taylor, EN2 G. Bramos. EN3 S. Booth, Second Row, EN3 D. Flores, EN3 J. Vandeventer, EN3 J. Blakeslee, EN3 D. Canton, EN3 K. London, Third Row, ENFN R. Robertson, ENFN D. Friess, FN R. Carrillo, FA J. Payne, FA E. Ragin, Bottom: FR S. Neary E DIVISION Top Row, L to R: LTJG L. Dreher, GSEC J. Ahearn, ICC T. Cook, EMC R. MacDonald, GSE1 R. McMillen. Second Row: IC1 A. Frenette, EM2 B. Clark, GSE2 P. Brown. GSE2 K. Holder, GSE2 D. Heydinger, Third Row: IC2 R. Bargas, IC2 A. Cecchini, GSE3 J. Harter, EM3 J. Grimaldi, EM3 R. Morris, Fourth Row: EM3 G. Smith, FN S. Ashby, EMFN D. Defayette, EMFN J. Lambert 51 R DIVISION Top Row, L to R: LTJG S. Boyce, HTC G. McGill, HT1 G. Crawley. HT1 Combs, HT2 L. Calandros, Second Row: HT2 P. Centric, HT2 D. Monroe. MR2 T. Rickheim, MR3 L. Puckett, HT3 G. Koelsch, Third Row: HT3 W. McKee, HTFN J. Vickers, HTFN R. Mitchell, HT3 M. Kea, HTFA C. Geter OC DIVISION Top Row. L to R: ENS T. Grodek. RMC J. Wilson, RM1 S. Ogrodnik. RM1 C. Watford. SMI J. Donaldson. Second Row: RM2 R. Fritz, RM2 C. Maines, RM2 R. Banks, RM2 M. Sailor. RM3 D. Sanchez, Third Row: RM3 C. Christian. RM3 G. Toth, RM3 R. Wyllie. Fourth Row: RM3 G. Guy. RM3 D. Chlystek. RM3 L. Cain 54 Top Row, L to R: SM3 M. Ticer, SM3 T. Gagnon, RMSN D. Gravatt, RMSN M. Martin, RMSA R. McLaughlin, Second Row: RMSA G. Weber, SMSA L. Johnson, SMSA C. Sheridan, SMSA L. Henry, SMSR P. Antolino 55 01 DIVISION Top Row, L to R: LTJG S. Smart, OSC H. Smith. OSC J. Holt. 0S1 L. Hadaway. 0S2 J. Birmingham Second Row: OS2 C. Stroud. OS2 M. Janosko. 0S3 J. Jakoby. OS3 J. Ray. 0S3 J. Perrotta. Third Row: 0S3 D. Day. 0S3 C. Flintom. OSSN C. Cherrie, OSSN R. Bell, OSSN C. Webster, OSSN R. Linder, OSSN R. Kerr 56 NAVIGATION Top Row, L to R: LTJG C. Roberts, QMC E. Hinton. QM2 F. Sewell, QM2 N. Little, QMSN T. Demaio, Bottom, left: QMSA A. Saavedr a, Right: QMSA J. Bay m t 1 1 3 I. OE DIVISION 58 Opposite Page: Top Row, L to R: LTJG R. Quijada. LTJG F. Makowski. DSC D. Fisher, ETC R. Parrish, EW1 G. Faull, Second Row: DS1 J. Knott, ET1 G. McCann, DS2 M. Vendeiro. DS2 A. Vonschlieder, DS2 B. Stephan, Third Row: DS2 S. Robertson, DS2 T. Capps, DS2 B. Bethea, EW2 S. Newcomb, EW2 K. Newtson, This Page: Top Row, L to R: EW2 S. Newman, ETR3 R. Wollert, ET3 W. Wilson. ET3 D. Townsend, ET3 A. Zeruto, Second Row: ETN3 S. Howe, ET3 L. Evans, YN3 J. Ross. ETSN W. Scott. ETSN R. Rowe FOX DIVISION Top Row, L to R: LT J. Park, LTJG D. Pacetti, FTGC J. Puis, PTG1 L. Svendsgaard, FTM2 J. Pensak, Second Row: FTM2 J. Eversole, FTM2 G. Hinojosa, FTM2 J. Holley, FTG2 C. Schmidgall, FTG2 D. Toms, Third Row: FTM2 K. McComb, FTG3 M. Coy, FTM3 R. Yanchuck, FTM3 D. Wilkinson, FTG3 R. Sanford, Fourth Row: FTG3 J. Carrico, FTM3 J. Hicks, FTMSN D. Hamilton, FTMSN H. Scott, FTMSN M. Spedding 61 AS DIVISION Top Row. L to R: LTJG S. Thomas. GMTC D. Kemano, STGC L. Kirkpatrick. STG1 I. Hoar. STG1 L. Maez. Second Row: GMT1 S. Bird. STG2 K. Wagner, STG2 R. Monroe. STG2 C. Kiser. STG2 L. Alexander. Third Row: STG2 W. Hance, TM2 M. Kirkey, TM3 W. Bunker. TM3 T. Rapoff, STG3 T. Etheridge. Fourth Row: STG3 C. James, STG3 G. Reese, STG3 R. Lucas, YN3 T. Jenson, TMSN J. Garrett 62 Top Row, L to R: TMSN G. Visser, STGSN M. Capps. STGSN R. Koval, STGSN P. Gondek, STGSN R. Alston, Second Row: STGSN M. Gosinski, STGSN A. Polite, GMTSN D. Fishbaugh. GMTSN E. Brock, GMTSN B. Kennedy, Bottom Left: STG2 M. Baynard, Right: STGSN C. Hunt m ! 63 FIRST DIVISION Top Row, L to R: LTJG R. Grochowski, BMCS J. Bethea, BMC R. Isabelle, BM2 H. Watkins. BM2 G. Luckett, Second Row: BM2 J. Campbell, BM3 V. James, BM3 C. Shaw, BM3 E. McDonald. GMSN M. Rolland, Third Row: BMSN L. Laughlin, BMSN L. Eubanks, BMSN K. Derosa, SN C. Turner. SN D. Boilings, Fourth Row: SN D. Rogers, SN J. Linscomb, SN H. Edmond, SN L. Salute, SA R. Kampert 64 Top Row, L to R: SN J. Leisure, SN D. Euratte, SA S. Laird, SA J. Fields, SA E. Ramirez, Second Row: SN D. Gagnon, SN G. Sklaryk, SA R. Martinez, SN M. Hannigan, SN S. Jeffries, Third Row: SR A. Aponte, SR. J. Edgar, SA N. Cousino, SR D. Stewart, SR D. Hill G DIVISION Top Row. L to R: ENS E. Caldwell. GMGC F. Hecht, GMM1 F. Foy, GMG1 J. English, GMG1 B. Sanders, Second Row: GMG2 J. Thomas, GMG2 J. Gilmore, GMG3 R. Ryan, GMG3 Pintha, GMG3 G. Kattell, Third Row: GMGSN J. Priaulx, GMGSN S. Fletcher, GMGSN J. Brenneman, GMMSN R. Alarid . SUPPLY DEPARTMENT Top Row, L to R: ENS B. Belcher, MSCS F. Remade, SKC E. Cunningham, MSI J. Anda, MSI V. Quicho, Second Row: SKI Gilmore, DK2 L. Kowal, SK2 L. Wells, MS2 G. Arana, SK3 J. McPartlan. Third Row: SK3 Casteel, SH3 S. Taylor, MS3 J. Monaghan, MS3 T. Donahue, SHI D. Rementilla Top Row, L to R: MSSN Renaud, MSSN J. Lyles. MSSN M. Curtis. MSSN D. Rowbo, MSSN J. Tillotson, Second Row: SHSN R. Jones, SHSN L. Nettles, SHSN K. Berndt, SHSN P. Jordan, SHSN S. Hozey, Third Row: SKSN G. Lindquist, SKSN K. Hanson, DKSN P. Lundy, SN Byer ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENT Top Row, L to R: ENS R. Buckhaults, YNC C. Corpuz, HMC J. Spicer, ENC L. Aldana, PN1 R. Clouse, Second Row: PN3 J. Garner, HM3 J. Abramo, PN3 J. Duff, PC3 D. Sharp. YNSN J. Doughty, Bottom Right: PCSN W. Pearson i AIR DEPARTMENT W f- Top Row, L to R: LT P. Charbonnet. LTJG W. Swift. LTJG M. Noffke, AXC Young, AD1 Snyder, Second Row: AW2 D. Perry. AMS2 Forester, AE2 Pollett, AWAN R. Dennis, AMSAN T. Wethington. Third Row: AD3 Scott, AT3 Palumbo. AX3 Rice, AMS3 Frans, ADAA T. Martin ' 1 « 73 HOMECOMING f l ' , i 75 HOW LITTLE DO THE LANDSMEN KNOW OF WHAT WE SAILORS FEEL WHEN WAVES DO MOUNT AND WINDS DO BLOW! BUT WE HAVE HEARTS OF STEEL THE SAILOR ' S RESOLUTION I 76 )S WALS WORTH PUBLISHING COMPANY m Cruise Book Office 815 West Little Creek Road Norfolk, Virginia 23505 mm


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