Elmer Montgomery (FF 1082) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1982

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.8 SEA ENGLAND P YMOUTH SOUTHAMPTON NORWAY N 3 200 f ' X 0 Z 0 , f Z , F 0 X A Q X 1 K W G59 f K L 7 X 4 f 9 S , Z L ? ENGUSH CH'-NNNE 7 Z? ? ATLANTIC OCEAN FRANCE ll ll QSTOCKHOLIVIJQ ,AN SWEDEN X 'Zi-31.5 i'di5:5'f?!iliEPi1-2!Elf2?? FINLAND BALTIC SEA 0 71' A , O l l Q... l ' ' Po SHlP'S OPERATIONAL SCHEDULE v 24 August Departed Mayport, Florida V KKIELP 25 August Joined exercise United Effort '82 25 August Fired ASROC 8t Torpedo for training off the coast of North GERMANY 6 September 7 September 10 September 17 September 18 September 22 September 24 September 27 September 1-2 October 4 October 5 October 9 October 20 October Carolina and commenced transit to Northern, Europe Arrived Plymouth, England Departed Plymouth, England 81 joined exercise Northern Wedding '82 Crossed the Prime Meridian f0"Longitudel from West to East Commenced transit of the Nord-Ostsee Kanal from West to East at midnight, starting at Cuxhaven, Germany. Arrived in Kiel, Germany at noon Departed Kiel, Germany 8t commenced fleet operations in the Baltic Sea ' Arrived in Stockholm, Sweden Departed Stockholm, Sweden Transited North through the Skagerrak 8t Kattegat Straits Transited the English Channel from East to West and crossed the Prime Meridian from East to West Arrived in Southampton, England Departed Southampton, England 8t commenced transit from the North Atlantic area to Mayport, Florida Arrived in Mayport, Florida to conclude the 1982 North Atlantic Cruise --va -5 :svzgf-ar 1-Q7-1-eg' N-,3-7-fqi.. XX . iNX ' E wg. N . x X Xxx Xwi X N Xxx X N X S XX M, W 7 ' f , 5 cf' f Q 1 WW XM- , f,,, 1 4 f' S 7 ff? 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His next' assignment was to COMCRUDESFLOT EIGHT in Norfolk, Virginia as Navigator. ln I969 he reported' to USS ROWAN CDD- 782j to serve as Engineer Officer and later Operations OMcer. upvn completion of his department' head tours he served' as Aide to the Commandant, Industrial' College of the Armed' Forces followed' by graduations from the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey and the Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island. In February, I V9 76 he completeda tour as Executive Ofhcer, USS REASONER IFF-I 0632 and reported to Washington, D.C for duty in BUPERS followed' by a tour in OPNAV This Washington tour included' assignments as Placement' Ofhcer for Cruiser Destroyer Force, Pacific Fleet' followed' by Head, Surface Warfare Manpower Requirements Branch, Deputy Chief of Naval' Operations fSurface Warfarej. He assumed' command' of the USS' EIQMER MONTGOMERY KFF-l082j on 5 January I 982. Commander Pewett wears the Meritorious Service Medal, the Joint Service Commendation Medal, the Navy Commendation Medal Cgold star in lieu of second' awardj and the Meritorious Unit Commendation, Navy "E", National' Defense, Armed' Forces Expeditionary and' Sea Service Deployment Ribbons as well as numerous medals from the Vietnam War. He is married' to the former Gay Riera of Virginia Beach, Virginia. They have three boys: Robert, Jr., Gregory and' Timothy. 2. 745713 92113-Lbnltif EXECUTIVE OFFICER .lea -an-1. ,ggi-xnxx' ,ae 6 ek xx QS s N. Q, 'A X CDR W R SHAW 5 NA VIGA TOR Commander Wllllam R Shaw was commis- sioned, from the U S Naval Reserve Ofhcer Candidate Program rn I 968 Heholds a BS ln Business from the Citadel Charleston South Carolina Augmentmg to USN Immediately as a drstmgurshed Naval graduate his first command was the USS HOLDER TDD 8192 ln which he served as the Gunnery and Assistant Weapons Officer and then as the ASW Ofhcer He then attended the Naval Destroyer School Class 33 and on completion reported ln May I 97 I to the Staff Commander Cruiser Destroyer Flotilla TWO as the Mlhtary and Social Aide to RADM Weschler From COMCRUDESFLOT TWO L TJG Shaw reported aboard USS ELMER MONTGOMERY CDE I 0822 as the Commissioning Weapons Officer He then served with Commander Operational Test and Evaluation Force with primary duties as Surface Sonar and ASW Weapons Evaluator In I 976 he reported to the USS MOUNT VERNON CLSD 39j as Operations Officer and then Executive Officer In June I 978 LCDR Shaw reported as the Academic Director at the Surface Warfare Officers School Command at Newport Rl and then proceeded for duty under Instruction for Command and Staff course at the Naval War College In September I 98 I LCDR Shaw reported to USS ELMER MONTGOMERY IFF I 0822 as the Executive Ofhcer Hrs awards Include the Navy Commendation Medal Navy Achievement Medal Sea Service Ribbon and National Defense Service Medal He rs married to the former Paula Lynch and has two children 3 'k 7 4 Electronics - Technician QETJ Slgnalmafl CSMP L Z' Electronic Warfare Technician QEWD Ll MELNYCHENKO' I f OPS . Operations Radloman KFWU Specialist QOSJ X Q : W f , I PUT 504' IN THIS THING . . . . . . IT TOOK MY MONEYIIII I ff LIBERTY CALL, LIBERTY CALL 1 REMEMBER, "I" BEFORE "E" EXCEPT AFTER "C" STEVIE WONDER, EAT YOUR HEART OUT MANNED AND READY -.J If A , A Quartermaster Master-at-Arms IQMJ CMA? Hospital Personnelman Corpsman CHM? KPN? II DERIENZO farriving Navigation Officerj 05.1 'Q Navy a Postal Clerk CPC7 Counselor CNCJ fl I xx .T wr , " f e i NA VIGA TION Yeoman WN, I U32 fm' 4 - I f IJ lf: 9 qi ,,.. .-,.-.g, A. - , I U X M i . f 1- LT. HOPKINS fdeparting Navigation Officerj ygu WANT IT b g . WHEN? 52125-d3'.L1 I I THINK YOU HA VE "PNUMOULTRAMICROSCOPIESCILLI- CONVOLCANO"? x 1 R Z 1 If I x wwwwv BI WM illnwvma I Iwi NOW SECURE FROM SCHOOL CALL 4 W 4 1+ iff 5 4 1 A is IYYQ xx .I ll! 'figgl i Z fw' BUT CAP'N . . . I KNOW WE'RE ON THIS CHART SOMEWHEREI SORRY, BUT I SOLD MONEY ORDERS YESTERDAY s ,1 sk Gunner's Mate Sonar Technician CGMJ QSTJ Fire Control Boatswain's , Technician CFU Mate KBMJ 8 . O 5 . l LT. BARKER Know LCDRQ -1, f f '- Torpedoman's 'Q Mare mvip 5 Y Y ci: . Xe W N fy sh W 02' is f .sf arm '03 4 fi ' p N . fir Q Q-'- ' Lg, ' 7'-'-'W WEP5 M 4 E-,N N .R :Z M QA , f, QM 0, ' , - A' , X, V :Q 1-Q-V-'...s:f-w-f:-4-V ...--N: ev-X151-Arapz-Q,-gag.-sw-xv,.k1-Ya m-fix. -,.A.,,.,,,,, Y 14 Kfdffg, WEA PON A WA Y E if V254- 2 Q 'RDA' -ff Q' If 14-up I 1 S An- X ui1,...1-v' -1 SELF DEFENSE FORCE 1-5.9 ". 11" BoiIerTecnnician EnginemanfENi CBT? iaffv: iillmlll ailllbl EIectrician's Hull Maintenance Mate CEMJ Technician CHTJ Q 'Q' Interior Communications Machinist's Mate Electrician UCJ ENG UVIMD Machinery Repairman QMRJ 6 B. oi , Y .3 x i i HEY DOC GOT ANY EARPLUG5? I ii 6 I V irc, vm: , ,.,.w-mf , ., -- -ff. ff. we M X Q 1 eff fra fwuum .,, ,44 4 Sb 1 W XJ! QTXXW X' f , .W Y' . X 3 wt' iw x . 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ARE YOU SURE THIS IS THE WAY TO , . . mi 15 wo 9 0 Q IAT DAVES 90 SAN U I'VE TOLD THEM BEFORE, I WON'T ANSWER UNTII. THEY SAY MY NAME RIGHT! f'1'.3S,"'L'f'2?'1""-T'fi ' ng-944' " wp,-.' I 5.4, I 3 . . Q9 I M I.. I 1 E... 8 DKI ROBERT E. SPANGLER COMMAND ADVANCED - SEPTEMBER I982 Subj: Feature story for press release I. The following story is submitted for immediate release: Title: "Montgomery CAP Man Selected." "The USS ELMER MONTGOMERY IFF- I 0822 is proud to announce the advancement of DK I Robert E. Spangler to his A present rate. DK I Spangler was selected and advanced under the Navy's Command Advancement Program CCAPQ on September 2. I 982 while underway in the North Atlantic participating in the NA TO Exercise "United Effort '82." The Command Advancement Program gives Commanding Officers the opportunity to meritoriously advance the individual based on his past experience and merit, thus benefiting both the individual and the Navy: and experience is what DK I Spangler surely has. As a nine year Naval Veteran. he has been working in the Disbursing Held for over eight and a half years. His biggest asset is that for the past three and a half years he has served as an independent duty Disbursing Clerk fulfilling a DK I 's billet: first aboard USS HALEAKALA YAE-251 and now as the only DK aboard the ELMER MONTGOMERY. Since his reporting aboard in September l98'l he has contributed greatly to the Supply Department as evidenced by his receipt of the Navy Achievement Medal during ELMER MONTGOMERY's last Middle East deployment." Subj. Letter of Commendation I. lt gives' me great pleasure to personally commend you for your outstanding performance as set forth below. While serving as the sole Disbursing Clerk in USS ELMER' MONTGOMERY YFF-I082j you have consistently performed your duties in an exemplary and highly professional manner. Displaying exceptional skill, motivation and technical expertise, you maintained your division at maximum operational efHciency, contributing to the outstanding service' provided. You have been' instrumental in troubleshooting, auditing and problem solving of Disbursing procedures, concepts and interfaces which make up a coherent and logical disbursing function. You demonstrated particularly praiseworthy competence in maintaining pay records. completing travel claims and financial reports' for the two' hundred and sixty-six officers and enlisted' men of the USS ELMER MONTGOMERY. Your diligent efforts contributed' significantly to the accomplishment of the ship's mission. Your exceptional professional ability. initiative, and loyal dedication to duty reflect great credit upon yourself and the United States Naval Service. 2. For professional performance in the highest traditions of ELMER MONTGOMERY you have my sincerest appreciation and congratulations for a job WELL DONE! R. H. PE WETT Commanding Officer l I 4 USS ELMER MONTGOMERY FF-IOS CHIEF PETTY OFFICERS After the Initiation on I6 September I982, prior to transiting the Nord-Ostsee Kanal Montgomerys newest' CPO's include fFm Lft to Rtj: OSC Maas, SMC The CPOIn1tlants fFm Ln to Rtjr Ms: Baytan BTI Robinson os: Snow BTC Robinson ENC Puffs, MSC Harm, OSC Yeffmaff Montgomery CPO's fFm Lft to Rt - top rowj: ENC Potts. OSCS Ward, SKCS Plummer, RMC Spain, BTC Robinson, MMC Smith, HTC Moon, OSC Maas, SMC Snow, PNC Blackman, EMC Meilleur fbottom rowjf FTGC Lyle, MSC Baytan, OSC Yettman l5' egcvg:r-.-11-ffpuvfv-5.3 , , ,R , , I , I ONE SHOT . , . OK? IT WAS SO-O-O-O BIG! WHO KEEPS SCORE? X I TAKE ME TO YOUR LEADER! FIRST MY HOURS . . . NOW . . . WA TCH WHAT I DO NEXT! T.K. MAY HAVE MISSED, BUT I WON'TI . . . AND LEA VE THE DRIVING TO USI IS THIS THE "CHOW LINE"? UNTIE ME . . . PLEASE? DIVEI DI VEI ANOTHER SMOOTH TRA NSI Tl M ON TGOMER Y' STEAMING C OMPA NIONS 1, f W F65 SPESSART U55 SURIBA CHI U55 MONONGA HELA HMCS ASSINIBOINE ,,,L-25,1..:f..-f.- - '-1f'Q1in'L'27"-u'.r' fr if-usf-'25I-1'-e--1.----:rr-vy':,:a.vu,',:.fm-gm'-. Q -.mpg-yg ,- .4 A , J' ' v -- -Y 1 5- . 4, L, V Y -. ng "5"'E"!f- 1 BELKNAP P23085 IZ SEP 82 FM COMSECONDFLT TO USS ELMER MONTGOMERY USS BA TON ROUGE INFO COMNA VSURFLANT NORFOLK VA BT UNCLAS!!N03000f! SUBJ: UNITED EFFORTXNORTHERN WEDDING 82 PERFORMANCE USS DA VIS I. THE FOLLOWING MESSAGE WAS RECEIVED AND IS OUOTED FOR YOUR INFORMA TION: QUOTE: I. THE PRIMARY OBJECTIVE OF THE UNITED EFFORT AND NORTHERN WEDDING EXERCISE IS TO DEMONSTRA TE THE CAPABILITY OF THE ALLIANCE TO PROTECT AMPHIBIOUS FORCES AND REINFORCEMENT OF SHIPPING TO NORTHERN EUROPE IN TIME OF CRISIS OR WAR YOUR OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE DURING THESE EXERCISES HAS SENT A SIGNAL WORLDWIDE THAT THE U S NA VAL FORCES PROVIDE A FORMIDABLE DETERRENT TO THOSE WHO SEEK TO TEST THE SOLIDARITY OF THE ALLIANCE OR INTERDICT ATLANTIC SEA LINES OF COMMUNICATION OPERATING IN A MOST CHALLENGING ASW ENVIRONMENT YOU HA VE PROVEN BEYOND DOUBT THAT INNOVATIVE PLANNING SKILLFUL EXECUTION TENACITY AND ON STATION FLEXIBILITY PA Y HIGH DIVIDENDS IN DEVELOPING SOUND TAC TICAL DOC TRINE THESE ELEMENTS WILL MOST ASSUREDLY DETERMINE THE FINAL OUTCOME WHETHER IN EXERCISE SCENARIOS OR REAL WORLD CONFLICT 2 I APPRECIA TE YOUR CONTRIBUTIONS AND THE INDIVIDUAL CONTRIBUTIONS OF EACH MEMBER OF THE US ATLANTIC TEAM ADM HARRY D TRAIN II USN UNOUOTEf 2 I CAN ONLY ADD MY WELL DONE FOR YOUR MANY ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND PROFESSIONALISM DISPLAYED VADM LYONS THE USS , j,i-wan -5, 1 :Qu-:Y fm-,,. givin gf. ggvvgfi-1. wg sash-fs ::nxg:..rsn1-:1 -. ,L . . w?w!?f1."11Svia:ff-ce' ! 5 E f KIEL - KIEI. CA AI. - LUBECK GERMA wnaf was -Q ,fwf-....a?--.,, Y., , .. rrgzsgilgssgeffzya A-A-Q imcmwwamznQn:g.f.-, . -- rf li 1 Xi . in ,,,,.,,,aM-W-J v s 1 HOME 1--F'11U'r:9ff1'fEF-FffS?3 , fW'4, may f Q! 5 7,1 1007 Aww mv GERMANYU F E 1 P 1 .NDIOOD I 22 f 1 F W f VI! ff ff Vi in f fwv WM, W Q-ww XM f' 011, few 3, X ff, fx ff f 4 ' :iff K ' by X - . ,f I 5. V - 1 ., v f Yi ' X X I . , 5 YQ 1 1 5. X 54- fr V ire. .S:gQ.U:.A:::s.:i: 'fl ' FN ' V , ' 1 I -,--iff:-'4qA:nA 'f 1 - -Z,-i,4::1:fzs,-1..: -yjfxf-bf-A 2. BAL TOPS 82 AGAIN DEMONSTRA TED OUR ABIL T O39 'fs CNJ' 5 Q lx O12 Q7 SHA LL ZWWWA TER fb O s R04I5I3Z OCT 82 J. I FM COMDESRON TWO SIX TO USS ELMER MONTGOMERY FGS LUETJENS HDMS PEDER SKRAM HDMS OLFERT FISCHER S BT NA TO UNCLAS V SUBJ: EXERCISE BAL TOPS 82 I. THE PROFESSIONAL PERFORMANCE BY ALL PARTICIPANTS IN i BAL TOPS 82 WAS OUTSTANDING. THE UNIQUE ENVIRON- p MENT OF THE BAL TIC PROVIDED A TRUE CHALLENGE TO ALL i UNITS' WARFARE, SEAMANSHIP, AND AIRMANSHIP SKILLS. THE TACEXS AND SERIAL EVENTS PROVIDED AN EXCITING AND DIFFICULT FORUM FOR THE DISPLAY AND COORDINA- TION OF TAC TICAL CAPABILITIES AND MUL TILA TERIAL COOPERATION. THE SERVICES PROVIDED DURING THE EXERCISE WERE TRUELY EXCEPTIONAL. THE LOSS OF THE FINAL OPPOSED MCM LEAD THROUGH DUE TO WEATHER WAS UNFORTUNA TE IT WAS FINELY DETAILED, AND WELL I PLANNED, AND WAS TO BE A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY FOR REALISTIC TRAINING IN A CRITICAL WARFARE AREA. I . ITY TO WORK AND TRAIN TOGETHER IN A VARIETY OF MUL TI- THREAT 5 ENVIRONMENTS TO ACHIE VE A COMMON GOAL. BAL TOPS 82 . PROVIDED ACHIEVEMENTS OF WHICH WE CAN ALL BE I PROUD. AS WE PARI1 I BID FAIR WINDS AND FOLLOWING SEAS TO ALL. WELL DONE. COMMODORE PITTENGER. E BT A-wa 'land vw I , , B W 5 TOCKHOLM SWEDEN SN, f W -W pw Sw Xsi , x f Q: ,V X M gpg- gf wg 5 ' 'r viasunnnuf X ..5l9l5iiiffii SSSZL' ws' 7 MN i- 1 xx w Z few: ,v ga -Nafwawn-v8S':-1181-f , and .4,f5-.,fgp-ay.!ig-wegggv,,g,Lt,l3-:.9,wQ,,,'g53,,tg pf ,si f- 4,4 ,. L Q lkfv --1--,N K yu.:-'uni'-zy,z4vL3pn1 f v wfA""4v-4v'F"1i '+f,, rw, Qs W ,ww gym f ' 5 G1 im izffff' 1, W, 1 W, XXQ' , f KJV X , 4 X . wmff :X X ww, , if ,wwf STOCKHOLM - 36 NAUTICAL MILES 1 5: N X 3 1 5 K QQ X0 o 4080 5" 0 gs fi 'X .X A X - .'!.!' ,l g1w' !- if x g-Y ,gl sf-:xx sl I "" .A ' lx wr' .xxx--'tr :F"5'?,,,3yir www X J ' ' L v X f 5: f 1 I A ill J 5 iii HV' I X' 5 :ggi 'wioff P . ' -'V 'fig 'f I gm? 'g,h"f igfdib 1 I' -:rg 'A 4 no-' 5 i D? J' ' 5' Qlvf. .: Lrg-113526 Ftrs' 1, 1 r f - ' " ' 22-35 STRA ND VA GEN 4. ' -'W 1- .rf -11, - L ,.. ROI I030Z OCT 82 FM USDAO STOCKHOLM SW TO USS BELKNAP USS ELMER MONTGOMERY USS MONONGAHELA INFO CINCUSNA VEUR LONDON UK COMSECONDFL T UNCLAS I240 OCT 82 SUBJECT: SHIPS VISIT SEPTEMBER 25 5 26 I982 AFTER YOUR HIGHL Y SUCCUSSFUL PORT VISIT IN S TOCKHOLM, LET ME REI TERA TE WHAT SO MANY S WEDES SAID AS THE Y S TOOD IN LINE TO VISIT YOUR SHIPS "THANK GOD FOR THE UNITED STA TES OF AMERICA." YOU, YOUR IMPRESSI VE SHIPS, AND GREAT CRE WS HA VE MADE OUR JOBS HERE A LITTLE EASIER AND WE WILL ANXIOUSLY AWAIT THE NEXT VISIT YOU WERE PUT TO THE TEST OVER THE WEEKEND AND EVERYONE RESPONDED MAGNIFICENTLK WHAT THE MEDIA TRIED TO CREATE BA CKFIRED, AND YOUR FIGHTING SHIPS AND PROUD, SMART CRE WS CARRIED THE DAY AND SHOWED OVER 5000 IMPRESSED S TOCKHOLM CITIZENS WHA T DIPLOMAC Y IS ALL ABOUT WE ARE EX TREMEL Y PROUD OF YOUR SHIPS AND YOUR CRE WS. HA VE A SMOOTH AND SAFE VOYAGE HOME. AMBASSADOR FORSBERG SENDS u mm rn -4- . fn- V f V. -. Y fy - 1.--. : , MM.-Q.. .-, .g.,.,,, .-.hx-,,-,,.,. X ., ,. .,...V -. V . ...- 4. .. ., V - - V f - 4 , ',v.1-.--:fi-11,5 rf---Q-:: e-Sf: J I 4 ,I 4? SOUTHAMPTON X 4, ff 4 il E Z 4 A 4 4 . . fi . 14 is E4 4, if S42 43 44 iq I ,E .-4 3 4 1 4 4 I 1 4 5 4 , .1 fc if 4 SKSQ55 544 ,V 4 F LEl+i: ffLifiQ5i' Ti'?5i3f5 7 327' Z: J 'Llwlq' s '21 52 :"t':g"q:"L1 ,QV ,gli , if ,. fi 44 ,GY 2.4 ' ,Q 1 ' ff 4 4144 Y E lfg . Q44 ,U '4 QC! 1 , ,I Q if I4 44? 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