Elliot (DD 967) - Naval Cruise Book

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Designed and built by lngalls Shipbuilding Division of Litton ln- dustries, Pascagoula, Mississippi, ELLIOT is a member of the first ma- jor class of surface ships in the U.S. Navy to be powered by gas tur- bine engines. Four General Electric LM-QSOO engines, marine ver- sions of those used on DC-10 and C-5A aircraft, drive the ship at speeds in excess of 30 knots. Twin controllable reversible pitch pro- pellers provide ELLIOT and her sister ships with a degree of maneu- verability unique among warships of their size. A highly versatile multi-mission destroyer, ELLIOT has a primary mission of operating in an Anti-Submarine and Strike Warfare role. She is capable of operating independently or, in company with Am- phibious or Carrier Task Forces. Her overall length is 563 feet and she displaces 7800 tons. ELLIOT is one of the most powerful and advanced platforms in the Navy's arsenal. ELLlOT's ASW Suite, the most advanced underwater detection and fire control systems de- veloped, is fully integrated into a digital Naval Tactical Data System CNTDSJ providing the ship with faster and more accurate processing of target information. Integration of the ship's digital gun and missile fire control systems into NTDS provides quick reaction in the per- formance of ELLlOT's other primary mission areas which are Anti- Surface Warfare, Anti-Air Warfare and Naval Gunfire Support. The ship's weapon systems include two MK45 5-inch light weight guns, two triple barrel MK39 torpedo tubes, a NATO Sea Sparrow missile launcher, Harpoon anti-ship missiles and two Vulcan Phalanx Close-in Weapon Systems. Also installed is the new MK41 Vertical Launch System that can carry and fire TOMAHAWK land-at- tack and anti-ship cruise missiles. A LAMPS MK III antisubmarine heli- copter is embarked onboard to provide long range reconnaissance and targeting data. Space, weight and electrical power reservations have been built into the design of the ship to provide for the addi- tion of future weapons systems and enable ELLIOT to keep abreast of future technology. Q . -W Crew amenities in ELLIOT are an integral part of her design with spacious berthing compartments, library, classroom and weight room. Automated weapons and engineering systems permit opera- tion of the ship with a crew of Q4 Officers, 24 Chief Petty Officers and 390 enlisted personnel. ELLlOT's decorations include the Navy Expeditionary Medal, the Humanitarian Service Medal and two Battle "E" Awards. ln1984, ELLIOT was awarded the Meritorious Unit Commendation for search efforts in support the Korean Airlines Flight 007 that was shot down off the East Coast of the Soviet Union. ln January 1987, ELLIOT was awarded a second Meritorious Unit Commendation for operations in support of. exercise Kernel Potlatch 87-1 requiring cold weather operations in the Northern Pacific and Bering Sea. Built by .... ..... I ngalls Shipbuilding Division of - Litton Industries Pascagoula, Mississippi Keel Laid . . . ..... 15 October 1973 Launched ..... ..... 1 9 December 1974 Christened ........ ..... 1 8 January 1975 Commissioned .... ..... 22 January 1977 Sponsor ....... ..... H elen M. Elliot Length .... ..... 563 Feet 4 Inches Beam ..... ..... 55 Feet Personnel . . . ..... Of5cers . . . . . CPO ...... Enhsted ........................ Armament .... ..... Tw o 5 Inch 54 Ca. Gun Mounts N x x X MK 41 VIS Launcher Two MK 32 Torpedo Tubes NSSMS Missile Launcher 1",,,, 111111111111 11111111111, ffffllldll 0111111111111 'Nvo I-IARPOON Missile launchers x ',. ,,,l ,0 Four SRBOC Chaff Launchers - 8- "" I . 'Nvo CIWS Gun Mounts ', an ,ll ELLIOT is the first of the Spruance-class to be named after a Vietnam War hero. Lieutenant Commander Arthur James Elliot ll, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert B. Elliot of Thomaston, Maine, was born 9 April 1933. He received a Bachelor of Science Degree from the Gorham State Teachers College in Gorham, Maine, in 1955. In June 1956 he entered the Navy Officer Candidate School and was com- missioned an Ensign in the Naval Reserve in October of that year. He then served successive sea duty tours on USS LYMAN K. SWEN- SON DD-729 and USS LITTLE ROCK CLG-4. ln 1962 Lieutenant Com- mander Elliot was assigned as Aide and Flag Lieutenant to Command- er, Naval Service Forces, U. S. Pacific Fleet. Upon completion of this tour, he reported for duty as Operations Officer aboard USS JOHN KING DDG-3. ln December 1967 Lieutenant Commander Elliot volunteered for duty in Vietnam, where he served as Commanding Officer of PBR Squadron 57, operating in the Mekong Delta. Under his command, 1 his squadron of river boats achieved an outstanding combat record, taking part in several major riverine operations. On Q9 December 1968 Lieutenant Commander Elliot was killed in action while leading '1",,,fl, 4' S ,,,,- 1 'X ' I Q xx Q 9 . Q 0 f s N Q 0 x 5 5 .O x hx N X N ....24 . ' 24 s 320 N m c x . , his squadron in a riverine interdiction mission. Lieutenant Commander Elliot's awards include the Legion of Merit Medal, the Bronze Star, the Purple Heart, the National Defense Service Medal, the Vietnam Service Medal with two bronze stars, the Vietnam Gallantry Cross with palm, the National Order of Viet- nam C5th Classb, the Vietnam Campaign Ribbon, the Armed Forces Expedition Service Medal and the U.S. Navy Expedition Medal. ELLlOT's coat of arms serves as a heraldic remembrance of the ship's namesake, Lieutenant Commander Elliot. The red, white and blue partitions of the shield are patterned after the insignia of Lieu- tenant Commander Elliot's command, River Squadron Fifty-seven. Red is the heraldic symbol of courage, zeal, and leadership, white symbolizes integrity, blue represents devotion and' perseverance. The unsheathed sword is symbolic of command, and its position on the shield, point downward, is significant of death in combat. The crest, composed of a mainmast and mainsail, symbolizes the Elliot family's long association with nautical heritage of their na- tive state of Maine. Generations of the family engaged in the ship- building and sailing trades, including Lieutenant Commander Elliot's paternal grandfather and namesake Arthurlames El- liot, whose shipbuilding firm launched the last five- masted schooner ever built. The pine tree emblazoned on the sail is the sym- bol of the state of Maine. The ship's motto, "Courage, Honor, lntegrity," is representative of those values that characterized Lieutenant Commander Elliot throughout his career. The motto serves as a guide and an inspiration for the men who will serve onboard USS ELLIOT throughout her commissioned life. 3 l COMMANDING OFFICER CDR TIMOTHY W. LAFLEUR Commander Timothy W. LaFleur, U. S. Navy, is a na- tive of Oak Park, Illinois. He graduated from the United States Naval Academy in June 1970 with a degree in Na- val Science. Commander LaFleurfs initial duty assignment was to USS CONSTANT MSO-427 where he served as Mine Countermeasures Officer and Executive Officer. Upon completion of Naval Destroyer School in August 1973, Commander LaFleur's sea duty billets included Opera- tions Officer on USS HAWKINS DD-873, Chief Engineer of USS FORT SNELLING LSD-30, Flag Lieutenant for Com- mander Cruiser Destroyer Group Five, Executive Officer of USS HEWITT DD-966 and Chief Staff Officer of De- stroyer Squadron Thirty One. Commander LaFleur's first shore tour was as Sea Coordinator in the Junior Officer Assignment Branch of the Naval Military Personnel Command from 1978 to 1980. He then attended the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School at Monterey, California where he received a Mas- ter ofScience Degree in Financial Management. Before reporting to USS ELLIOT DD-967, Commander LaFleur was a financial analyst in the Office of Program Appraisal and then served as Administrative Aide to the Secretary of the Navy. Commander LaFleur's personal awards include the Legion of Merit Medal, Meritorious Service Medal, Navy Commendation Medal and the Navy Achievement Med- al. Mrs. LaFleur is the former Miss Judy Guido of Long Beach, California. The LaFleur's have two children, Patrick and Amy, and reside in San Diego, California. EXECUTIVE CDFFICER LCDR MICHAEL D. ANHALT Lieutenant Commander Michael D. Anhalt was born 4 September 1949 in Racine, Wisconsin. He received a Bach- elor Degree of Fine Arts from the Maryland Institute of Fine Arts in 1971. Upon graduation he enlisted in the Navy and served as a Nuclear Machinest Mate and qualified in sub- marines. Lieutenant Commander Anhalt received his commis- sion as an Ensign in 1977. He served his first tour of duty aboard USS BEAUFORT ATS-2 as Chief Engineer and Diving Officer from 1970 to 1980. Next, he was assigned as Navi- gator aboard USS ELLIOT DD-967 from 1980 to 1982. He was stationed ashore as an instructor at Surface Warfare Officer School in Newport, Rhode Island, and then upon completion of Department Head School, was assigned as Operations Officer aboard USS PYRO AE-24 from 1985 to 1987. He then served aboard USS BRONSTEIN FF-1037 as Executive Officer from 1987 to 1988. After six mohths at the Armed Forces Staff College in Norfolk, Virginia, Lieu- tenant Commander Anhalt assumed duties as Executive Officer of USS ELLIOT DD-967 in August 1989. CCDMMAND MASTER CHIEF FCCMCSWD EDWARD M. MAKI FCCMCSWD Maki was born 12 October 1942 in Biwabik, Minnesota. After graduation from Aurora Hoyt Lakes High School in Aurora, Minnesota, he enlisted in the Navy in May 1960. Master Chief Maki, upon completion of Firecontrol "A" and "C" schools, served aboard USS JOHN R. PIERCE DD-753 until separation from active duty in 1963. Master Chief Maki joined the Naval Reserves in July 1968 and drilled with the reserves in both Minneapolis, Minnesota, and Portland, Oregon. He returned to active duty in September 1 972 and has served aboard USS NIAG- ARA FALLS AFS-3, USS JOUETT CG-29, SSCXNTC San Die- go, California, USS COOK FF-1083, FTG San Diego, FTC San Diego and USS ELLIOT DD-967. Master Chief Maki is married to the former Miss Lois A. Christopher of Stoughton, Wisconsin. The Maki's have three daughters, Erika, Jessica and Michelle, and reside in San Diego, California. E ,,,. f f DEPARTMENT HEAD Arr Detachment OlC LCDR Ray Bas Combat Systems Offucer LCDR Peter Olson Combat Systems Offlcer LT Kevin Sweeney K, Sag' 4 ff SV ,QS ,fr ' f ff We f x ? Z 7 ff AMW, Q L' ,ss, T ff X QWX fx f f jwgn f Chlef Engineer LT Donald Mennecke Navlgatuon Officer LTjg Jefferey Bukowskl Operations Offlcer LT Rolando Lum X LTjg Bailey and LTjg Soto seem delighted to be preparing pizza for the crew. Must be something they put into the toppings. LTjg Whittaker appears to be conducting maintenance on his eyelids in Sonar Control. LTjg Bukowski takes a much needed break after inten- ' ENS lvener enjoying time off the ship, "hits the beach" and gets sive touring, resting upon the shoulder of LTjg Dudley. sand up his nose. WARDRGCDM ANTICS ENS Hmaner doesn't realize the carrier he's looking for is actually behind him. Y' g LT Slattery, unflappable, unexcitable and able to look adversity calmly in Air Det's LT Mailloux strikes a very nautical salute while the eye, explains Zen philosophy. LTjg Freeman looks on admiringly in the background. 17 PACEX39 W ,441 f ,fx .... 6 8 . wwf? I w -M f f in fwmff, MU? 'NUM ,ff ff X1 - 'I ,. 1 f' 'V K sf I f if K W. Prior to the commencement of WESTPAC-90, ELLIOT participated in PACEX-89, the largest major naval exercise to be held in the Pacific since the close of World War ll. PACEX-89 provided EL- LlOT's Battle Group "Charlie" an opportunity to operate together and train as a Carrier Task Group before deployment. Departing 9 September 1989, ELLIOT oper- ated locally off San Diego, then journeyed north to the Gulf of Alaska, then into the Bering Sea, the Northwest Pacific, the East China Sea and finally the Sea of Japan before returning home on 9 No- vember 1989. I During PACEX-89 ELLIOT participated in a vari- ety of naval warfare exercises, and, experienced close-up, rough weather operations in some very heavy seas. ELLIOT conducted joint operations with other units of the Pacific Fleet as well as ele- ments of the Japanese Maritime Self Defense Force. During the exercise two Soviet TU-95 BEAR D reconnaissance aircraft overflew ELLIOT and the Battle Force. High points of PACEX-89 included a personnel transfer at-sea with a U.S. submarine, a Sasebo, Ja- pan, port visit and the grand finale of a photo ses- sion in which over 50 ships gathered in formation for one picture. The group consisted of two air- craft carriers, two battleships, numerous cruisers, destroyers, frigates, amphibious ships and sup- port ships. 22. fm ffm? ZZ Q ,, , Jing, I lwiffif WWW7,'f "f p nf f Q ly 01507, H f ff iff, 1 ' ' :ff 2, M1 3 X 3 5 W4 ' sAsEBo, JAPAN ELLIOT visited Sasebo, Japan, an ancient port city on the island of Kyushu, toward the end of PACEX-89. For many EL- LIOT sailors, Sasebo was their first port call in a foreign land. It was an opportunity to meet new people, see new things and experience a culture totally different from our own. X-at X 1 :cj Q. 5 ts, ELLIOT preceded WESTPAC-90 with a De- pendent's Cruise on Q6 January 1 990. The outing featured a high-speed run, a helo fly-by and a BBQ on the Sea Sparrow missile deck. It was a quiet day off the coast of San Diego, with de- ployment looming ahead. Ilia p ! DEPENDENT S CRUISE W S 11 ,, wif SHIP'S CJFFICE Ship's office personnel. FRONT ROW: YNSA Brooks, MACSCSWD Garner, LTjg Bukowski, PN1CSWD Allen. BACK ROW: PC2 Delos Santos, YN3 Morris, PN3 Cacanindin, PN3 Wun- der, YN3 Barnes, YN1CSWJ Hunt, YN3 Shy, NC1CSWJ Gunstream. X4 1 9 R 0 I W7 1- ff The ship's office is one of the busiest places onboard ELLIOT. It is where one would go to check on their service record, obtain leave chits, find a Navy or ELLIOT in- struction, use the phone to call off-ship, sub- mit paperwork for typing, drop off muster re- ports in the morning, utilize the Xerox copier, pick-up TAD orders, etc. The ship's office also produces the Plan of the Day Ca job that often takes the Yeomen into the wee hours of the nightb. UPPER FAR LEFT. YN3 Barnes and YN3 Shy discuss some paperwork. UPPER CENTER: YNl CSW7 Hunt catches up on world events. UPPER RIGHT: YN3 Barnes on Unrep Detail on the bridge. LOWER FAR LEFT: YNSA Brooks word processing. LOWER CENTER: PN1CSWD Allen reading over some instruc- tions. LOWER RIGHT: PN3 Cacanindin types entries into service records. PGSTAL SERVICE -sv". Any word from home tends to be a precious commodity while at-sea, and the sound of "Mail Call" often brought many ELLIOT sailors running to- wards the ship's post office. Mail reached the ELLIOT via various means, some- times waiting for the ship pierside, normally flown out by HeloQ PC2 Delos San- tos was always kept busy either sorting the mail or selling money orders. - '-7 I . , E ATE E X' . - xi - L., y" Xa. 'X - Rs iA .--'fhfs-' Esx' N I -X XXX ft, .r r aiii. ...mo Pcz foam smfos NevER DID FWURE OUT WHY HE 601' A TORPEDO AND Mo MAH- NAVIGATIGN QM's plotted the course for all of WESTPAC-90, ensuring safe passage. LEFT: Da Chief, QMCCSWJ Allgeyer. ABOVE: QMSA Bell on watch. UPPER RIGHT: Navigator LTjg Bukowski has eyes on the horizon. RIGHT: QMQ Spindler checks the barometer for indications of impending weath- er. LOWER RIGHT: In the chart house, QM3 Chapman, QMSA Sais and QMQ Spindler enjoy a light moment. . , X ELLIOT's Quartermasters. QMCCSWJ Allgeyer, QMSA Bell, QM3 Chapman, QMQ Spin- dler. 4, ry ' 'lf IK Si 1 NJ al", 1' I 'X f fl N My ' I lg U GM X ,A I N ABOVE: SMSN Bentley grading SMSA Weitekamp's flashing skills. RIGHT: SMSA Weitekamp practices semaphore. FAR RIGHT: SM1 CSWJ Coladonato takes a minute alone in the signal shack. SIGNAL SHACK Signalmen of the ELLIOT. SM3 Marx, SMQ Hansen, SMSN Bentley, SM1CSWJ Coladonato, SMSA Weitekamp, SM2 Groen. "' I 1 LEFT: Tres Ahmeds pose in the North Arabian Sea. ABOVE: "Hey Marty, are these the right flags?" cl-MEF MASTER-AT-ARMS l i l , 1 LEFT: ELLlOT's Chief Master-At-Arms MACS CSW7 Garner. ABOVE: MACS li CSWD Garner takes a break with CTO1 CSWJ Senter and NC1 CSWD Gun- il stream during an underway replenishment detail. l CAREER CCUNSELCDR 7, l l , l 1 l NC1 CSWD Gunstream's hard work and efforts are paid off as the Navy retains yet another 1 valuable asset, EM3 Castillo. Altogether, NC1 NC1 CSWJ Gunstream talks toa detailer concern- NC1 CSWD Gunstream explains some bene- GW? Gunstream WGS able to re-enlist thirteen ing a prospective re-enlistee. fits to a potential Navy "career man." El-UOT personnel with ir1C2r1tiv2S SUCh 65 Of' ders, schools and, of course, money. 16 y 1,, M If ELLlOT's Medical team. HMC CSWJ Moen and HM3 Broughton. ABOVE: HMC CSWD "Doc" Moen attends to RMSA Deck's foot as HM3 "Baby Doc" Broughton looks on. BELOW: Both HMC CSWJ Moen and HM3 Broughton study specimen slides through a double microscope. The Medical department is able to detect and diagnose literally hun- dreds of different exotic diseases through such careful examinations. MEDICAL ABOVE: HM3 Broughton updates immunization files for ELLIOT sailors in the computer. BELOW: Always vigilant, always ready to render medical assistance, HM3 Brough- ton at Flight Quarters. g HSL-43, AIR DET-7 ,na 2, , gf 1 ' Wa! 4 , it W W1 HS Air Det's maintenance crew. BACK ROW: AMS3 Buhler, ATQ Herrera, ATC CAWD Town, AZ2 Wilford, AE1 Hines. FRONT ROW: AX3 Pfeffinger, AMS3 Nabors, ADQ Ducot, AE3 Winches- ter, AD1 Belarmino. LT Rouin tries to convince the photographer that these are really bullet holes sustained in battle. AMS3 "Von" Buhler sneers at the prospect of additional maintenance requirements. pre-flight checks to L-43, Air Det-7's OIC LCDR Basch lovingly strokes the SH-60B OCEAN LORD 31 . "AII mine," he murmurs. LT Morrison bragging about his flying exploits to LT Lyons, AW1 CAWJ Vinson and LT Mail- loux. V , , y 'Q V... 4 f LEFT: ADQ Ducot and AE3 Winchester apply torque to a stubborn rotor. ABOVE: ATC CAWD Town walks away after the bird. X. fl f M Q, mms- fi' A 'A aw 6 'W i , . 4':'J7,'N uf 5 o I li Q ,M . W9 X 'Ne UPPER RIGHT: AX3 Pfeffinger grimaces as he applies foam cleaner to the Helo. ABOVE: AMS3 Nabors and AD1 Belarmino finish work on the propeller mount. LEFT: OCEAN LORD 31 in the barn on a rough day at- sea. LOWER LEFT: LT Morrison prepares to "jump-start" the Helo, BE- LOW, BACK ROW: LCDR Basch, LT Mailloux, LT Rouin, LT Lyons, LT Morri- son. FRONT ROW: AW1 CAWD Vinson and AWQ Alves. """"ff ogy.. CJIL KINGS Oil Kings from the Oil Lab. FA Alfonso, GSM2 Swiggum, GSEFN Metzger, GSMC Anque, GSM3 Turner, GSM2 Havers, GSM3 Schramm. FN Lizenbee enjoys the brisk experience of cold weather operations. LEFT: GSM3 Schramm tightens a valve down in "the hole " ABOVE: g?zljiISwiggum practices a bit of chemistry as he tests a sampling Q0 C5SE'S ELLlOT'S Gas Turbine Systems Electricians. GSE3 Mercer, GSEQ Gaida, GSEFA Morrill, GSEQ Bennett, GSE3 Miller, GSE3 Abazary, GSMFN Katona, GSEFA Nordman, GSECCSWD Buchanan, RIGHT: GSEQ Bennett stands watch in CCS. ABOVE: GSE3 Miller trying to decide whether to finish the 3M PMS he has started, or, eat the can of chips. ABOVE RIGHT: GSEQ Gaida and ENS Bishop discuss work schedules, while GSM3 Schramm looks pensively on. RIGHT. GSECCSWD Buchanan is surrounded by his favorite Chief's, GSCSCSWD Poirier and GSMCCSWJ Hopkins. MER ' Ng' , is its .s 25 tx: ,f E X fi E NF ff KC? E 1 XX EX. it Q' i R X UPPER RIGHT: GSM3 Rude cleans off a MVHC sta- tion. ABOVE: GSM3 "The Poet" Jones uses some of his hard-learned skills to sweep the boiler flat level down in the number 1 main engine room. BE- LOW: GSM1 Deadman and GSMFN Brown perform periodic maintenance on one of the LMQ500 GTM's. LOWER RIGHT: Under the ever present eye, LT Mennecke sits as EOOW down in CCS. 1 MER's Crew. STANDING: GSM3 Schueller, GSM3 Johnson, GSM3 Rude, FA Thomas SQUATTING: GSMQ Horn, GSM3 Jones, GSM1 Deadman, GSM3 Carlson SITTING GSMFN Brown, GSM3 Now , I jWff' ' aff W! 7 ly ffffrfg igg T f A7 MTE' rl, f ff X!!! ,WY ff 4 gfy 1, f ii W4 4 Q fi 7 if X f f f W ff X I 9 X X fy' !..nZf7f' aczyk. W7 - f X ' "i"""' "'ii' ' '11- N ""' FT f irfzs euuru 1 I eeui iiii iil I W I I f f 0 My ff X Lf, f...- A ,Ms , , J Z M X f 1K5 5 tf, , I, , Of? r T? f X fx Zfjs A fm' S C f g X gyxysffi ZQCS V f M fs A A AQ W0 Q: A gf Qs X261 ff if A f f 0 5 Z 1 f O iQ!! X454 gy f, uv if f 53, Q, f E- fr f 2 ,y , ' ' 5 ra I rf E ,xx gig? I if wi ff! I 'I It ? I III I 351, j ff, is ,,12 1 A! V lil YNNN 2 47 f f ff! ilzsf ff' X X U XZZZV at f ff .f I- ff ,wyyigai ,: "f f f t rr ff I Rf Sy! B XM Q A ,X X s ,ti 7 is WW X , ASV xf, Q MER LEFT: 2 MER's Crew. BACK ROW: GSM3 Nguyen, GSMQKSWJ Campbell, GSMQ Goldsmith. CENTER ROW: GSM3 Callaghan, GSMFA Robertsdahl, FA Welch, GSM3 Tre- vino, GSMFA Gaine. FRONT ROW: FR De- gustino, GSMQ Winters, FA' Coutee, GSM3 Salanga. BELOW LEFT: GSM3 Nguyen, GSMQ Goldsmith and GSMFN Katona pose near the PLCC in the number 2 main engine room. LOWER LEFT: GSMQ Goldsmith takes a sampling. BELOW: GSMFA Rooertsdahl looks confident next to the PLCC. Wt Q X DAMAGE CONTROL AND R EPAIR MANUFACTU RE ELLlOT's Repair Division. BACK ROW: ENS Christopher, HT1 CSWD Rappleyea, MR1 CSWD Ames, DCFA Swearingen, DCFA Drummond, DCQ Leuthe, DC3 Meyers, DC2 Curry, DCQ Kenton, HTQ Maguire, DC1 CSW7 Barnett, DCC CSWJ Decarlo. KNEEL- ING: DCFR Masia, HT2 Mitchell, HTFN Dossey, MRFN Garrett. BELOW LEFT: Brothers HTFN Dossey and DCQ Kenton. BELOW RIGHT: DC1 CSWD Barnett reads over DC doctrine. LOWER LEFT: DCQ Curry relaxes back in ERO9. LOWER RIGHT: DCQ Meyers sorts through a stack of DC PMS cards. ' 0 5 COEIWV4 G Y- 7290415 HTQ Mitchell Sets-up prior to a welding job. DCFA Drummond emerges from AUX 1 while making the rounds on watch. ABOVE: Commanding Officer CDR Lafleur and HT1 CSWJ Rappleyea Cseemingly always at Flight Quartersb, await the arrival of a visiting VIP in the hangar bay. LEFT: MR1 KSWD Ames about to perform some of his magic on the lathe. UP- PER LEFT: HTQ Mitchell on-station at the drill press. DCQ Leuthe gnaws away at a few lifeline rings that need replacement. A-GANG EN3 Lanaro is not quite sure whether he wants to get out of his rack this morning or not. ELLlOT's Auxiliary Division. STANDING: ENCSKSWD Elorde, FN Thompson, FR Dopke, EN1 Torres, ENFN Barnell, EN1 James, EN2 Larsen. CENTER ROW: EN3 La- naro, EN3 Hughes, ENQ Armijo, ENQCSWD Mayo, ENFN Donnelly. FRONT ROW: FN Bauer, EN3 Pangramuyen, EN3 Postell. BELOW: EN1 Torres displays his leader- ship skills with FN Bauer. l LEFT: EN2 Armijo displays his "Pride lnside". BELOW LEFT: ENCSCSWD Elorde takes a much-deserved rest out on the flight deck. BELOW: FR Dopke attempts to work on a MVHC station. ff ELECTRICIANS ff ELLlOT's Electricians. EM1 Ochoa, EMCCSW7 Gabriel, LTjg Soto, EM3 Crangle, EM3 Castillo. LEFT: EM3 Crangle and EMFA Youngblood work on a piece of tagged-out gear. ABOVE: EM1 Ochoa prepares the ship for shore power cable hook-ups. RIGHT: EMCCSWD Gabriel seems intense as he probably pretends to be reading a technical manual. LEFT: EM3 Castillo and EM3 Crangle attempt to re-wire a gad- get down in the Electrical Repair Shop. ABOVE: EM1 Ochoa is smiling because he just took out his frustrations on a rotor with that wrench. MESS SPECIALISTS ELLIOT's cooks. BACK ROW: MSCCSWD Gasperetti, MS1CSWD Guszak, MS3 Woodland, MS1 Adams, MSSN Ballinas, MS3 Javier, MSSN Lagman, MS3 Ross. FRONT ROW: MS1CSWJ Ward, MS3 Vann, MS2 "Big Daddy" Gray, MS2 Samson, MSSA Ortiz. f f f X ff. ABOVE: Down in the dry provisions storeroom is MS3 Ross, the "Jack of the Dust." RIGHT: MSCCSWD Gasperetti frying "sliders" on Tuesday. min-1 FAR LEFT: MS1CSWJ Ward prepares a menu. LEFT: MSSN Lagman and MSSN Ballinas getting together the ingredients for the night's salad bar. LOWER LEFT: MS2 Samson slicing some meat. BELOW: MS3 Javier cuts pot roast for the crew. "Woodie" taste testing his wares in the I MS1CSWD Guszak checks upon food stores MS3 Vann performs DC PMS on a door wardroom pantry. and supplies. when he's not cooking. A LEFT: Chef's MS1 Adams and MS3 Woodland pose with M52 Naidas. ABOVE: MSSR Williams stirs the pot. 29 SHIP'S SERVICEMEN UPPER RIGHT: SHQ Hahn and SK1 Gale check on a lighting panel prior to Zone Inspection, UPPER LEFT: In a rare private and empty moment, SH3 Wil- liams is left alone in the ship's store. ABOVE: SH1 CSWD Pomrenke shows-off a load of mail from home he just received. BELOW: SHQ CSWD Helms prepares to trim DKSN MiIler's hair. LOWER RIGHT: SHSN Speakman loads one of ELLlOT's three soda machines. id? l 'Q ELLlOT's Ship's Servicemen down in the laundry. SHQ CSWD Helms, SH1 Hahn, SH3 Williams SHSN Speakman and in the basket, Supply Officer LT Coloma. j, R - to - 3 X . F. X , ff X t- X , Q .t x K. X X . E K Q P- 77llf DISBURSINQ CLERKS Happy Disoursing Clerks amidst thousands of dollars. Disbursing Officer LTjg Bailey, DK2 Triebold, DKSN Miller. ,V ,fa www f ' Q 7 X fm-' M, f ff X ,fa 5 :VJ-, f ' 7 QQ 'C r ,fee 2 44: 25, JS' ,, 1 ' 'uf ZS' ff 307 ABOVE: DKQ Triebold passes out some cash. UPPER RIGHT: DKSN Miller carries a bundle of bucks out to a hungry payday crew. LTjg Bailey, when not in the dis- bursing office, was often either at flight quarters or on the bridge. I '1 1 . f ' 1. I x ' 1 .. l , .-. 1 . E ' STQREKEEPIQRS JI X fsf' , 4 .X ipffiniifli ABOVE: ELLIOT's Storekeepers. SKSN Caburian, SK1 CSWD Hoskins, SKC Deguzman, SK1 Gale, SKSN Adinig, UPPER RIGHT: SK1- Gale goes through the tedious chore of Tech-Editing. RIGHT: SKSN Adinig emerges from a stall following, well, you know . . . LOWER RIGHT: SKC Deguzman sorting through the mountainous pile of supply require- ments and requests, BELOW: SK1 CSWD Hoskins attempting to push through a "rush" on a badly needed repair item. x Fl: all .jig Sometime between leaving San Diego, California, and arriving inport Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, ELLIOT happened upon some par- ticularly nasty weather. The ship pitched and rolled in the heavy swells and violently rocked back and forth. Nothing was safe from the absolute fury of the sea. Normally secured items were suddenly wrenched from their mountings, including, the entire sewing line on the crew's mess decks. The resulting carnage presented a challenge to those slated to affect repairs. FR Dopke, DC2 Kenton, HTFN Dossey, HT1 CSWJ Rappleyea and several others finally man- aged to upright and re-secure the serving line after many hours of diligent effort and planning. 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Diamond Head crater, Wakiki and Honolulu, then slipping past the USS ARIZONA memorial before docking at Pearl Harbor. The mixture of solemnness and history is blended with the excitement of this tropic paradise. Practically everyone went on down- town to experience Wakiki Beach, unde- niably tourist heaven, most weren't dis- appointed for their efforts. PEARL HARBCDR HAWAII F 4 r' I, , 1 r i 4. -,Q . gg Z I' A .A .r,,. i ELLlOT's port visit to Pusan, Korea, was a unique experience for most of the crew. For many, this was their initial visit to a foreign country Cif PUSAN, KGREA l they hadn't made PACEX-893. Tours were high- lighted with shopping excursions where sailors purchased running shoes, blankets, leather goods and more. Some of the braver souls tried new foods, others were more interested in meeting new friends. 1:-TS-'fgjgj "NN" Za -a 52 ,, J SVR. 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ELLlOT's 90mm Phalanx Close-In Weapon Systems crew. FC2 Valenzuela, FC9 Campbell, SN Richards, FC3 Davis, FCQ Mueller, FC3 Green. RIGHT: FC3 Davis after a particularly tiring day CACKGCAG 1 W X X WWS X.. .. X 1. ff? l T l l l g: -2 l Q11 l A .1 za, I .f Z, 1, l re T- X 43 7 I v Y?-Q Ss- ? 5 4451 255 Qi ' ff? hy '31 4 si , 4 feel in 212.-' Z 5 aff. Wu 4? Il 4 .A ,.-1 1,5 Z. 2 lvl il fm ,Q pr 53 :ga w, 6 4 5 ,f v Q 241 ii 5, 3 ,N 7 ff ? f, 17 55 Q if f sf., is 5? e 11 ' if 72 ,Q + lm ig .457 fl .Q 1351 :Y MP . 302 fx WM 5, eg ,- ii? 2 M ei F' rt L is 4,lg' al A 5, Lv' 'Wy-I fl 4 2? 55.1 J 1? ., Q 'il X Q 1 ,,- Q " , ,,,, ii W :TW gl ff, .QQ llff' LA, V251 el? 3117 If W JM gh wi 'liz F96 fel 11, 5 if lm Q 2544 fra ,M M Ms, fl 54 GUNNER'S MATES f 6 , f X rf ABOVE: GMG3 Clark performs PMS on MT 51. RIGHT: GMG2 CSWD Maldonado tightens-up on a piece of gear in the Ordnance Workshop. BELOW: GMG CSWD Maldonado and GMGSN Guidry man the MT 51 firing control panel. ABOVE: The MT 52 gun crew. GMG1 Melatt, GMGSN Clark and GMC CSWJ Oban- non. BELOW: GMGSN "CIarkbo" in full regalia down in the ship's armory. LOWER LEFT: GMGSN Guidry ponders what to do with this 5"f54 shell that he found dur- leld new f X N x 5 ss S we ss X tc C s .. X it C Q W X 5 as Q . . kc Q Fox Division. FC3 Stallings, FC3 Yeager, FC1 Tucker, FC3 Dickey, FCCM CSWD Ferguson, FC1 CSWJ Jensen, ENS lvener, FC2 Peterson. TC1 CSWJ Jensen has a laugh with TAD personnel in the Nato Sea Sparrow Missile System work- shop. ,, y i fl: A V X. . il l ABOVE: FC3 Stallings, using manual Fire Control methods, points out to FC3 Yeager which direction the Nato Sea Sparrow Missile launcher should be fired. RIGHT: Oops! 94,1 6 . Z f ,mffw f N, 1 . Nsslvls, HARPooN F02 Peterson watches as FC3 Dickey paints on the Harpoon logo on the missile launcher. ZW' ? wc E053 5221 L ' 525 Q94 0 QA M, N Ml :Cf - TJSA J cya , .U 5 l 1 gi' Q V 2, .2 sq l 23,1 5222 'fk V! I 5 f fy f K 1 f I 7 ff U85 ELUG DD-967 FCCCSW7 Merkle, always safety conscious, practices what he preaches. CYou know, you can never be too careful with ELLIOT coffee? tem BELOW FCSZCSWD Mcgulre proudly shows off some of has artwork up on the forward mast ABOVE FC1 Albertson works on the MK 86 sys l X - V ---xXxXXXX X XXXX .. www: , .WN SY . ,X W xxxx. as X XXX RX X Qlvl 1 W J X . X ss. .QXVX5 X N. we xXx.X X K Q 1 xx.. X. . X X , s - S XX Q X.XQQit . F 1 L Q XXX , yy XX X X 5 Xf lt X in X X . .1 X i K .Q Sit? A ,X .QNX X Q N X x X t K x .X X XX, Nw X S , lx 'X X XX xx XX- Mr in A XX A . X. M , - 5 L S E ANR ,,.s , X xv-"N X s 1 X cw' gif A 'AXNX1-nftx X X X X TGMAHAWK Tomahawk Missilemen. STANDING: FCQ Beaver, GMM3 Wilson, FCQ Turn FC1 Taylor, FC3 Kaiser, GMM2 Moore. KNEELING: FC3 Smethurst, FC3 Nichols, GMCCSWD Elletson, ENS Hancock, GMMSN Martinez, FC3 Cullum. SITTING: GMM3 Stephens, GMMSN Becker. LEFT: A Tomahawk missile cannister is load- ed into the launcher. BELOW: GMMSN Becker and GMM3 Wilson field day an alcove. ABOVE: FCQ Beaver and FCQ Turner oversee missile handling evolutions. BELOW LEFT: GMMSN Martinez and GMM3 Stephens work on the Vertical Launch System. BELOW RIGHT: FC's proudly show-off their creation GMM3 "Dani" Stephens next to Queen Barjonah. -wr-""""""' 1 ' f www, i Ax er, ,C 5. 5 Q93 Z zf.. ,Q E ,K Y' 1 74 ' -:ii ,C P Ji. C, ,wx .143 S. kill 5, R' if 41:- Q, CK Pi V ,J .Q-.A h 'ini A My ay ' ,L 21,1 .x M Q wx nw V523 S1 wi W . .. .,,. , , 4 I. . we EW, ygle I 7: , ffl I Sm ,VIY5 53 , IA .TV lp Q5 va ' QW' J, .t ,,, ,G 1,51 iff 452 IQ FX' +V -i V. 'ig ,aa ,wil lf' . il f'v fl A T14 X -fa sf ,fl , 3332 gp Q S? gg 2' 3 S , 1 gsm SN x ,, . Wi , 4.- 2 . 1' +55 4 fiiygxc' I r t My 21' 5 Aa. in T vita ,Al--fa . er M29 Si? PH' Q Mg an Q ,, A 9' ,gg it it 919 El' is . W Ll: 'lf' l Q5 W T ,, . , fly? Sl ,Q ' fs 2, , :Ita ma Tia xi fi ,- H., ,, N, ,v,,,,.,, ,ASW DIVISION xxx 425339 ELLIOT's Sonar and Torpedomen. BACK ROW: STGCCSWD Kauffman, LTjg Whittaker, STG3 Deinigner, STG3 Dave, STG3 Roth, STG3 Bauer, STGSN Cook, TM3 Bustamante, STGQ Allbright, STGCCSWD Vandenbussche. CENTER ROW: STG3 Hambley, STG3 Holden, TMSA Novakoswki, STGQ Altop, STG2 Jordan, TM1 Gorden, SN Morenz, STGSN Smigel, STGQ Host, STGCCSWD Dunkin, FRONT ROW: STG3 Hazel, STG3 Ellis, STG2 Cyphers, STG1 Surratt, STGQ Estes, STG3 Mara, STGQ Vail, STG3 Gundrum. '. -wx ' H STG1CSWD Sandoval smirks at untold STG3 Hazel demonstrates the proper way events, while GSM3 Salanga openly cracks to pour water at the Wardroom dinner ta- UP- ble. STGCCSWD Vandenbussche and STGQ Estes solemnly stand watch looking for possible submarines and avoiding sea mounts. STGCCSWJ "Tater" Dunkin probably saying, "Hey y'all." STG3 Dave, STG3 "Dimi" Holden and STG1 Surratt strike a pose down in the berthing compartment. UPPER TOP: TM3 Bustamante takes a rest upon a stack of MK 46 ASW torpedoes in the starboard torp magazine. ABOVE: STG2 Host intently types in a firing solution during an exercise. ABOVE: STGQ Jordan gleefully points to a probable submarine con- tact on the screen, while STG3 Dave mans the console. LEFT: STGSN Smigel conducts routine maintenance checks on sonar electronic equipment. N0W,W+u:J2f.'s NDAT Sola? c. . R9 Sl 4 c A F ty to X w - ' fl' X y' Y jf .X Lille 1 jsflffi wx 5 1.1! , QQ ABOVE: ELLlOT's Boat Crew recovers a test MK 46 torpedo fired from "Over-the-Side" during a training evolution. N. X.-, N-1-fwfm.mw,umwm-ww-X.. wg- fa ,www-1 .nuum N-we CSE Division. STANDING: DS3 Glendening, ICQ Bowes, IC3 Kohrs, ET3 Queen, ETQ Finnell, ET3 Savone, DSSN Anderson, ET3 Madigan, ETCCSWD Reynolds, LT Brunner, ICQ Robison, SITTING: DSSN Stevens, ET3 Phillips, ET3 Barjonah, ETQ Fisher, ET3 Kraus, DSI Lafrance, DS3 Kirk, IC1 Booker. SQUATTING: IC3 Romley, DS1 CSWD Heflin, ET1 CSWJ Gagnon, ET1 Guyton, ICQ Christ- man, ETQCSWJ Platt, IC3 Moraldo, ET3 Jackson. RIGHT: ET3 Queen standing Shore Patrol with CTACSWD Brown. ' LEFT: ET1 CSWD Gagnon with a wand or wal- kie-talkie in his hand? ABOVE: Forever Buds, DS1 Lafrance and LTjg Freeman. ABOVE: ETQ Finnell in a comfortable po- sition with his shades and Panama hat. RIGHT. ET3 Savone at work on a piece of electronic equipment. CSE DIVISION ABOVE: ET3 Kraus, smiling, kicks back in Repair 8. BELOW: That same night, ET3 Kraus hugs porcelain. I I I I i . X Qs S.. if S T ll' , 1 . ,, .,A , .Msn-H L U 0 A, V ' T l' 4 Qf f A ff f'ff .ff X W X ,f 1 ff cf, , , f t f ff 4 25 ' W ' , X ,fb f, ff ff .4 I s' :sf V ., in L tling contest. fifl. ,W f M .. W J Q sg Q LEFT: ET3 Barjonah seems to enjoy "Combat Rations" on the mess decks. ABOVE: ICQ Robison ensures the crew only watches the "best" in movie entertainment while underway. BELOW LEFT: ET3 "The Muscle" Jackson displays some of his strength in an arm-wres t ABOVE RIGHT: ET3 Phillips has just been told he'II have to work another six hours on this particular gear before he can knock-off'for the night. BE- .4 'Cf' LOW: DS3 Glendening and ETQ Foster relaxt and partake in a few beers . it -9 ' while taking advantage of a day off the ship. W N f f 1 r 'S We B I NX ' f x l 'fa X N Q14 - X N "ll'w' x is QRVN-wg 2 1 H99 ' api: 31'-D S E its ,- rv hyflflvi 1 I Y T CY' I1,:"'1 ' o -"f.'.':f A 4. 1 1, - , vllll JU -.. .. 17 i 'VT -1 .4 : -f " b Ill :Ir :EN 4 wa'-, ,ff .inf-,u ', . I :ily lflfarwf M . t it ,gf i i 'U W. , I X! 'xqx s vjiull, I 'Ju ,Lf t XNNN, - I - -I 1. 3-V rf-sf U at -Neill, ,5-was -5 3 egg: WN' -' w 'fb' N '-NN '1 1 'n 1 .gf b mx . T , ,via K 7 ggi. lt' .xl Q vJ'J I 'K' Xyy r.. ' '7' 'Im f ' 1, if ea XML.. - . 134. -1 5 h . 1' ' U- l 4 15 I V .gm - -- - - w - ' Q r CM - -Q A Q Q Q 9 fr :L CIC DIVISION X , f ELLIOT S Operations Specialists. BACK ROW: OSCCSWJ Garlinghouse, OS1 Mulloy, OSQ Bourdreaux, OSSA Carroll, OS2 Downs, OSSR Haiden, OS3 Bullock, OS3 Novrit, OSQ Francis, OSSN Solis,, OS3 Johnson, OSSA Driscoll, OS1CSWD R. Reed, OS1 Roberts, LTjg Malloy. FRONT ROW: OSSA Bucher, OS3 Vasquez, OSSN Sauls, OSQ Wanner, OS1 Menyweather. ,lr afmiiaxvfb ABOVE: OS2 Francis, OS3 Novrit, OSSN Jones, OSSR Nance and EW3 King - party hard together Clike they work together? in Thailand, BELOW: An uni- dentified OS seems to be asleep at the Track Sup console underway. ABOVE: OSQ Stevenson takes a reflective look back on his Navy career, while others look on ahead. BELOW: OSSN Solis and OSQ Holcomb share an apparent special moment together in the P-way. ABOVE: ClCO LTjg Malloy expresses his fondness for the Commanding Officer. BELOW: OS9 Shinever rubbing on medicated lotion over an obviously painful spot on OSSN Jones's back, Nt . A K .s gi K .,.s.t.:sI sy i Q X...... X - N SS FRY 58 UPPER LEFT: OS1 Roberts works on schedules in the OPS office. ABOVE: OS3 Oglive mans a NTDS console in CIC. BELOW: OS3 Johnson skat- ing, er, waiting for Mail Call. ABOVE: OSCCSWD Garlinghouse and OSSA Ron- deau on-station in CIC. BELOW: OSQ Jensen manning the phones while on-watch on the Bridge while the ship is inport Oman, we W l-4.,,W,M--,ff V wmww ,wi-me s-.,f,fmwwl+ w-1-- aw Q- .-wwm' .Q-Maxx-.Q ww BOATSWAIN'S MATES B , ,-- -ci iii.. , L -a First Division personnel. BACK ROW: BMC CSW7 Mallari, SR Adams, BM2 CSWD Kennedy, SR Sturgis, SR Beckman, BM3 Ogles- by, SR lngerson, SN Young, BM3 Cheatham, SA Brooks, BM3 Ervin, SA Kelley, SR McDaniel, SR Davis, BM1 Waelty, SA Babb, ENS lvener. FRONT ROW: BMQ Rogers, BMQ Lindley, BM3 Flues, SN Lowe, SR Moore, SR Garcia, BM3 Motus, SN BM3 Edwards. QPPER RIGHT: SR Case, SA Brooks, and SR Langston ensure Kapok ilfelackets are in good working condition. UPPER LEFT: BM3 Boyer takes a moment respite under the flight deck netting. LEFT: BMC GWD MGHBV' Cxpiaifiing a probable difficult operation to LTjg Mal- loy as BMQ Rogers hangs back. ABOVE: BMQ Lindley, with a look of determination, handles mooring line one upon entering port. kb ASQ? in Z 2:5 ., S, 1 E I X ABOVE: SA Kelley and BMQ CSWD Kennedy apply some much needed paint to boat davit equipment pieces, LEFT: SN Young stirs a mean paint brew of exotic greys as SR Adams and SA Babb look on in wonder. SR AYTISICI' ponders the fUtUl'C dUI'lDS 6 smoke Designated Rescue Swimmer BM3 Edwards in SN Armstead and BM3 "OG" Oglesby stand full costume. ' bridge lookout during cold weather opera- SBE GK T' X. , tions. an Sl , N T? wwf 5 QQ Q li , K X-ez at til I 4 L . Eu! MCLA N Q0 Y break on the fantail. ,Wm ,, sw....N, SR Davis and BM3 Ervin prepare an underway replenishment station while BM1 Waelty inspects the work and "Oscar" kicks back in the personnel transfer chair. 61 fl M, S 3 N 2 i .3 ff X ' Wi i gi wgz FQ 'E fr?-:'f:1"r" tl W... .,..-..,,,,.,.,.,.. 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CT R3 Turner smirking as someone points checks out the horizon for Bad Guys. if I suize oo Avvaecmre You cfs A-LETTIN' ME Hive OUT HERE ' 69 :Lv- NO PROBLEM, -4521-- ml-ww Y - m m Q x .--du.n...,,,,u 41- - 2 ff' l ff-gg. . IISTRICTE if AREA G0 Awmr U!" out the facts of life at-sea to him. ww Amt 3, X - 5, . as 'W' s - Q' lv'---u , Q Additional OZ CT's. CTR1CSWD Perez, CT O1 CSWD Steward, CTT 9 Potter, CTMS2 Reid. 0202 ...-,-'-- , 'iT ABOVE: ISCCSWD Diaz, LTjg Bukowski and the OZ Division Officer LT Slattery, UPPER CEN- TER: ELLIOT's photographer EW1 CSWD Sharp. UPPER RIGHT: EW3 King taking the morning magazine temps. T' at ff v X-..,, ix ii L vt:-fa-Y 325 X. ' fi 'IMG OZ's Electronic Warfare Specialists. EW3 King, EW1 QSWJ Sharp, EWS! Severson, ISCCSW7 Diaz, EWCCSWD Desantis, EW3 Morse, EW3 Mclaurin, Ltjg Doty, EW3 Lucas. LOWER LEFT: EW3 Lucas is the masked man behind the mast. BELOW: EW1CSWD Sharp explains the correct way to tear-down Chaff launchers to EW2 Severson, EW3 Morse and EW3 "Beebs" Mclaurin. rn of .0 S? Z Z' Z W ,, , ,. .. . . .... WWI. . - ,,,, M . ....,.- . .,.....M .A..,......,,, ..,..-....,...,,.Mf.. . A.-NM--.W-s. -,M --f sw, a-zwfhfwwrwa .- -Q wm,..1:-- . wma wa' ,, www' ws'-pcm mam ,, ,,,,,,, ,,f,, , , ,,,,,,, f W --M yo' lib car IO FMSHES. I5 MMEDIATES To GO, AND i 50 comes an rms NESSAGE AND Lo Comes, FRONT AND BACK, f L' :Eff f E335 , ,IW L J ' T: r "W . I v :bl V C12 md - K ff ' i x 1 1lLvl7f RADIO ELLIOT's Radiomen. LEFT to RIGHT: RM1CSWD Velasquez, RMQ Prowell, RMSN Gris- well, RMCCSWJ Milton, RMSA Deck, RM3 Jones, RMSA Todd, LTjg Davis, RM3 Cuyler, RM1 Lesage, RMSR Sene, RM3 Gaskin. RMSA Todd smiles as he works on com- RM2 Prowell types-up a message to munications gear. be sent out. ff X f V W W c 4' ' W I V X WJ LEFT: RMSA Deck checks over some work, while RM3 Cuyler banS5 out traffic. 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A, VIQQ .I 1 I, K ,yr J 7 'fi-4 i While deployed to the North Arabian Sea, EL- LIOT visited the Sultanate of Oman near the mouth of the Strait of Hormuz. Oman, a desert nation, sur- prised most of the crew by its stark beauty, friendly people and extreme heat. Tours and shopping at the Suq were amongst the highlights, as well as a raft race sponsored by the Intercontinental Hotel. - 3 11- After the blistering sun of the Indian Ocean, ELLIOT visited Fremantle, Australia. It was a welcome relief, for it was winter "down under" at the time, and shorts were traded in for sweaters. Fremantle, former home of the Ameri- cas Cup, is a large port city near Perth, the capital of Western Australia. Perth offered a variety of exciting, fun and novel things to do for many crewmembers. Again, shopping, as well as going to movie theat- ers, were a big highlight, while others en- joyed the night life more. Australians were very warm and many ELLIOT sailors found fast friends amongst the natives. 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D 2 , , mit-wffffgi alff7fif"Qg'9f"r ' if run.- H, N y A .1'.,4a,1 5 ,MA ff-, ,, M, . ,g -g--7:11. 4., a' 7, .1 h , FA --37 47 " 'lf ,, ' , --.,5q., of Q "2 ' - I ' , '--""fM3' ' N f4Q,'?1..fT 'iff 1.-Ar, ' 'X ' E-1fzIHy:3IjT',:1Q..i.Nj 1:5 Q 'Q 'S A, K 41, V ., ' M Q.. ' 5,p:Vf-:sq 9 ......- - -s,.., ff-, . ykfn- M 1 ELLIOT visited the British Colony of Hong Kong for the Fourth of July, docking at HMS Tamar, the Royal Naval Base located in the heart of downtown. Hong Kong is a very busy and vital city, and once more, shopping, shopping, shopping was the norm for most ELLIOT crewmembers. Hong Kong offered every- thing like electronics, clothing, silk, rugs, Chinese antiques, jewelry and much more. n Kon 's ni ht life was e uall exciting H0 S S 3 Cl Y r , Hong Kong is the perfect blend of old and new China, as well as where, truly, East meets West. infill? .H ,...... .... --3, . ..... 1- .... . , f1z:"" Jig..--35 4 C""' ll!! 222 Eizzzszzeszgiiiifq. :::::z:::smi-f-- - lllllllllllllllllllf ..-Sc "'r:sr!:::s::smL - Q'-ws:i:s::iz::iiil! N- 53 '5E555f::s::m:sss:iii :Z 11f'::':fl'!!fPE?!fg!M:f .. V. .... . ... . R , " '. " .KX - , . sg, ' ..,R-g - .fs-. , -' ,l- ... -...J ... , .t..,.. . -.H--ss.-r mum- --arg-1, .fsvsmwwss-.--,--1w i., -- 'f Q.-.a--...1--. I s 1 sf-uwrlvpy?PI:'f!'MH --...-1.-.-f --. -fu :gl-Y GUEST COCKS On rare and special occasions, ELLIOT sailors were able to get away from the everyday menu of the messdecks. A treat not only for the crew, but for the Mess Specialists as well, who more often than not, needed a break. Guest Cooks would don aprons and chef hats, cut the meat, knead the dough, and make a general mess of the Galley. Chief's would take turns with the Wardroom and First Class Mess to spin out culinary masterpieces for the crew to enjoy at the evening meals, Such delights included Pizzas and Mexican specialties like tacos, faji- tas, burritos, etc, It was hard to say what the crew liked better, the different and tasty meals or the fact that they were being served by Officers and Chief's. 2. Y, l ' f i ssss N ' sim H s f X f .fw..,., xx, if JJ 51 5 I . 3 gl , 31 ,S i1 Ji Q 4 l 5, fi 1 L1 3 1,1 i1 ii as 1 l 1 i i 1 1 5,1 1 f all l, 'i ' l 5113. ll iw " i i 11 'T ill ll ll, 1f , as-Q tif 1 l wr I UE, ' l i l 11 11 1 ll 4 2 if 51 5 2 gl ri 5: ii! x 1 ,AJ 141 ri 4 L1 ll .ix 3 5 if ri 2 ,1 .. l 'W ,1 14 A53 we , 1, 1v,.-,E izvff ii ,,. V-.1 SATURDAY FIELD DAYS While Navy life is inherent with uncertainties, and flexibility to challenge the unknown another factor, only two things can truly be counted on aboard the ELLlOTg cheeseburgers every Tuesday and the Saturday Field Days. This weekly ritual is now ingrained upon the ELLIOT psyche and All Hands participate in the titivation of the Ship. MM ...gl NS... Y 5 wr Keeping ELLIOT clean is extremely important and is considered a serious affair, with no expense or effort spared in ensuring the ship is as spotless as possible. It's all part of "Pride Inside," from washing the embarked Helo to cleaning underneath the Wardroom pantry. ELLIOT personnel are proud that their ship is considered amongst the cleanest along the water front, and it shows with every sparkle and shine. I 83 1 REPLENISHMENT AT-SEA PERSGNNEL TRANSFERS ELLIOT performed over 60 underway replenishments during WEST- PAC-90, many conducted in adverse sea states. Fuel, ammunition, spare parts, food, supplies and mail are transferred to ELLIOT either via side- by-side conventional, or, vertical replenishment using a Helo to ferry goods. ELLIOT also practiced stern-to-bow refueling while in the Indian Ocean. Personnel were transferred from one ship to another via "high line," an exciting form of travel very popular with the more adventurous. 84 , z 2 9 S ,,, M V...,. Sailors being sent via "high line" over to the USS WABASH AOR- 5, while sitting only 50-feet over the roiling sea. A Gunners Mate readies to fire the shot line over to another ship, An ELLIOT crewmember prepared for cold- weather replenishment operations. SN Young and BM3 Oglesby handle the phone and distance line. Simultaneous conventional and vertical underway replenishment Operations in progress. 85 P , i . 2 ? ii 'i 4 a y, 15 av: 3 5 5 a 5 1 ,I Ei 1 -1 ii il 3 2 1 l Z. fl 4 3 i 3 4 Iii ii 4 iv- gi sl ll il ,. 5 ,, 3? 3 43 El if L 1 i ii ii E 1 .iii ll L , ,J ,mg lil :az my -ai 1, Lai LI is C 3 ,. El ,. 5 51 5 9 ib- Zig 1 s l ii w L3 E ,, f-- L ffsyy E, 5 iff our 2 22 134 fi Q3 psi gl :J it ff' .Y 35 5 ei 'SJ f N .75 2 .1 32 ii? ei 44 43 1 i 5 A 'I 2 E A 13 E4- 4 il 52 W S Q Z if f fa 4 A 1, 1 Zi fi i 2 Z 7,1 4 ,s 'K W 4 W, SEAL CPS ,,,,f I 'M ELLIOT embarked a team of Navy SEALS during Team Spirit- 90. SEALS stands for Sea, Air and Land. They are members of the Navy's elite Special Forces. Their mission onboard ELLIOT was to conduct an exercise in support of the amphibious assault phase of Team Spirit-90. ELLlOT's role was to transport the SEALS to a point off the coast where they launched their small rubber boats and spent several hours battling the rough seas toward the beach. ELLIOT crewmem- bers observed the exercise from the warmth and dryness of the ship. , . ,,,,,, , ty ,rw X , L. ,W 1 4 W X L96 A srfffzff ,,.f -f if , ,,,, sr v. VA, f fm ELLICDT SCDFTBALL 4 t . W4 gs yi 'Q ,X g , ' 4 +x af Q ,rf 4 Ya ' ' ,s fl 5' , t . A eh, f V, ELLIOT's softball team had a chance to take to the field and play in tournament competition while the ship was inport Subic Naval Base. With minimal prac- tice, the valiant team took to the sandlot with hopes of a trophy. A combination of the intense heat from the Philippine sun and the opponent's uncanny playing abilities, however, finally brought ELLIOT's mighty sluggers down. Fun was had by all participants, but still, one can't help but wonder what LTjg Bukowski and SK1CSW7 Hoskins CUPPER LEFD were gawking at in that apparent moment of dis- may. 87 ll. 2 .7 'i 4, A. 1 f gli ll- NL. IM Qi? 411 l ll .li 5? 22: ll? S E ,rx lf 5 'ig if li 5 ,,,1. 111: lf? I5 Q 5 3' .V 2' li : 5 .2 fill? ltr- l ll ,Q 2 .V 2 Qfl Ll M 2 QUIT tulle 3? i Z ,J 9? i , ., 5-.-reg we wp W W WX -lllkkwllll S .AVA QW ,v,, Xu' lg MLP' EN LISTED SURFACE WARFARE SPECIALIST PN1 CSWD Allen GSMC CSWD Anque DC1 CSWD Barnett GSMQ CSWD Campbell ET1 CSWD Gagnon MS1 CSWD Guszak CTTQ CSWJ Harkness DS1 CSWD Heflin SHQ CSWD Helms SK1 CSWD Hoskins YN1 CSWD Hunt FC1 CSW7 Jensen BMQ CSWD Kennedy O51 CSWD McMiller FCC CSWD Merkle RMC CSWD Milton CTR1 CSWD Perez ETQ CSWD Platt SH1 CSWD Pomrenke HT1 CSW7 Rappleyea OS1 CSWD Reed, B. OS1 CSWD Reed, R. ETC CSWD Reynolds STG1 CSWD Sandoval CTO1 CSWD Steward RM1 CSWD Velasquez 0 nlmwu Li 1 uumumw G I h 7. 'Q N ' . 1 v xxxmyw-, -. .,, -n m ,v SURFACE WARFARE CDFFICER LTjg Freeman LTj3 Hardebeck Ens Ivener LTjg Malloy LTjg Soto 89 i S i E 3' i -- rg ' 2 1' 1 7 V l WESTPAC WIVES ri 1 ,Z- a i 1. 'Y 3 'Z 7? 2 44 S? 15 Several ELLIOT crew member's wives joined 1 - their husbands while deployed to the Western Pa- Zi if cific. They included: fi Mrs. Johnna Diaz - Philippines E Mrs. Heidi Wilkes and son Brian - Philippines 23 Mrs. Kristen Harkness - Philippines N52 'J -: Mrs. Lonette Morris - Australia Mrs. Hope Turner - Australia .l rl 4 3 Mrs. Laura Kohler - Australia Mrs. Judy Lafleur - Hong Kong Mrs. Cheri Estes - Hong Kong 3 Mrs. Deborah Steele - Hong Kong 1 . 5 . i 1 ! ,Ea -i- i it it lu, li 4 5 ,L i Qi I ti l l 1 i 3 ,E i E , I 2 SE lil 'S -3 fi i ms W- s--.' f-fh-H--- - W-.--., ..,,..... w 7 5 7 5 ff rl l l l s i i WESTPAC BABIES ELLIGT was proud to welcome the follow- ing new babies born to crew members while on WESTPAC. Brandan Robert Griswell - son of RMSA Gri- swell l Marchelli Pamela Cacanindin - daughter of l PN3 Cacanindin 4 John Douglas Goldsmith JR. - son of GSMQ Goldsmith Melanie Lynn Decarlo - daughter of DCCCSWD Decarlo Brandan Whittaker - son of LTjg Whittaker Ashley Nicole Metzger - daughter of GSEFN Metzger Amanda Crangle - daughter of EM3 Crangle Paul Evan Taylor - son of FC1 Taylor Elena Phillips - daughter of ET3 Phillips Martin Frances Lim - son of LT Lim Charden Kierra Mayo - daughter of ENCSWD2 i Mayo i I l l i 1 l fff , I Wf W! , f' g 0 M , 145: f . 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Theexercise also provided ELLIOT sailors great expe- rience working with allied navies, The Omanis are strong friends in this vital area of the world, and although their Navy is small, it is very professional and extremely effective for their capabilities. As during PACEX-89, the climax of this exercise was a group formation photo session. ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 93 E , F. i5 ll' 15 ,-, T F Ei 5? i 3 i ,L 5 , E ,a I 2 6 I 4 l T 1 K 7, 7 ..,,, Wyw ,, 7, I fwjfy wfyyzf H l 5 ,jx f ,a fly f ! . , ,,,,,, ,,,, I L BATTLE GRouP "CHARLIE" While deployed on WESTPAC-90, EL- LIOT was part of Carrier Battle Group "Charlie" centered around the nuclear powered aircraft carrier USS CARL VIN- SON CVN-70. A Battle Group represents a ready contingency naval force able to project power or protect American inter- ests overseas. RIGHT: USS TRUXTUN CGN- 35, USS ROBISON DDG-12, USS KNOX FF- 1052, USS CARL VINSON CVN-70, USS' VIN- CENNES CG-49, USS ELLIOT DD-967, USNS WALTER S. DIEHL TAO-193, USS WABASH AOR-5, USS MAUNA KEA AE-22. LEFT: USS ROBISON DDG-12 steaming in the North Arabian Sea. LOWER LEFT: USS KNOX FF- 1052 pierside at Diego Garcia, BIOT. , LEFT: USS TRUXTUN CGN-35 conducting vertical replen ishment while operating in the South China Sea. ABOYE: USS ELLIOT DQ-967 cuts through the haze in Jaw-A - c s 94 f f- - '-: -lrr ff :E 34' , " -V - 395123-. A i g . -gg.'.s:-swf - T - , -ff.-f- - , , ,H A. M... ...... . .. . . Q. ..,. - it -9, aw, .. AM,-p,..,g,,.-, , . ,C ..,.f .inf-.--' fr T- . -sf - Quo- a f H -- f- .., . 1 ,. ,. - .T-1.A,.,.,,-.,.g,,s:tl .. 4. ,,.ei..,,....j . ,. 5 .ll . -, .- L :,- ' -,.,",i-vip 'f ..,. .: .,1,:- ,- -. fp '- .1 gs tq, 3- 'f':r--- ,Im T f.2g-1--55" K- . . 1 - 'L ,f ' . .5 'lfitf ', ' v .i 2 " ,,W1f2v. fir' .Nfl ' " L' 1' ' ' , K - . . . f ' T - K F ' : ' .' 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