Elmer Montgomery (FF 1082) - Naval Cruise Book

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Q- I 'f-gf l3zfaszgsblniiiQ:'L::fffgvSSs ,aLg?g22'? fzrz, ' - - P ya.-.. .I ffzyv , 1 WW ,Q ,,,, 1, 17 , Q' f W , I , , 'm f 'ff W" .i 7251 ' ,vim , ,fc O W , f v x f aw x ,Q 'X X V 5, x--XL I had the great personal fortune of knowing Elmer Mont- omery. We first met on Guam in late 1944. We needed a clerk- ypist, Sgt. Montgomery reported. Work piled high and the ,ours were long in that little quonset hut office, but when Elmer aid have a moment, he would lean his chair against the wall and ull a small, White leather-covered Bible from his hip pocket. Vherever the Bible fell open in his hand he would begin to read and find serenity. The other NCO's had trouble figuring Elmer, but they lik- d him. He was quiet and a bit Withdrawn, but he was no loner". He could chuckle at a bawdy joke and join in the bull essions, though he winced at some of the more earthy profan- ay. In February we sailed for Iwo Jima. After several days of .erce fighting, division staff sections were ordered to provide eplacements for badly mauled front-line units I had to provide vvo. I selected the two I thought could best be spared from my upply operation. I was just about to send the names to the divi- ion adjutant when my executive officer popped into my dug- ut. Sgt. Montgomery wanted to see me. The sergeant saluted and informed me he had heard about he call for reinforcements. "You're not one of them", I told img thinking it would put his mind at ease. "That's what I talk J you about, Colonel," he said, "I Want to go forward." I ex- lained that I considered him essential to our supply mission nd for the first time he argued. He wasn't loud, but he was rm. "I'll never feel right if I don't go up when I'1n needed," e said. "Pm needed now. I'm older than most of these kids. ve had a lot of experience looking after myself while hunting ack home in Montana. I can look after them up forward." I fN1"i Lf' for I fi , Q S7 Ship's Namesake: GT Elmer Montgomery The following "Tribute of a Marine," quoted in part, was written by former Assistant Secretary of the Navy James D. Hittle. It is printed here to provide an insight into the character of the man in whose honor this ship is named. realized he Wouldn't take no for an answer. I never saw Elmer again. A Marine from his frontline unit told me the story. The platoon commander had been killed and Elmer was assigned under a staff sergeant as assistant platoon commander. The or- der came to attack. The patched up platoon moved across a slight rise to and into a small saucer-shaped area where it was pinned down by a carefully camouflaged Japanese machine gun. If they stayed, they would soon be blasted apart by mor- tars. Elmer crawled and rolled within yelling distance of the staff sergeant. The Marine who told me the story paused, pulled on his cigarette and pressed a bandage on his arm tighter against his own wound. Sgt. Montgomery yelled, "when I draw the fire, roll the platoon over the rise." And while the platoon commander was saying "no" Sgt. Montgomery stood up and fir- ing his rifle from his hip, walked into the machine gun. "We're here because he drew the fire long enough for us to slide back over the rise." They never found Elmer. A few minutes after his platoon reached safety, our artillery laid down a barrage on the ma- chine gun emplacement. The big shells churned the ground and everything on it mercilessly. He and his little white leather-cov- ered Bible became, forever, part of the hallowed ground of Iwo Jima. ' I suppose memories fade and maybe Sgt. Montgomery's decoration for bravery is almost forgotten, but whenever I think back to all the brave men I have been privileged to know, Elmer heads the list. 1 - - -' nf-ff-.GA sw-muff .1-In-,:,. ' ' Ml- I -I is -,.., .LL ,C ,A-3, NI, ,,,-.-,.-.f.- S53 if 2353 S1151 COMMANDING OFFICER COMMANDER JOHN J. KEARLEY GRAD- UATED FROM HIGH SCHOOL IN MONROE- VILLE, AL IN 1965. HE ENTERED THE U.S. NAVAL ACADEMY IN JUNE 1965 AND GRAD- UATED WITH THE CLASS OF 1969. AFTER TRAINING AT THE FLEET SO- NAR SCHOOL IN KEY WEST, FL HE REPORT- ED TO THE USS ALLEN M. SUMNER QDD 6925 AS ASW OFFICER, MAKING ONE MEDI- TERRANEAN DEPLOYMENT AND, LATER WAS PROMOTED TO OPERATIONS OFFICER. HE REPORTED TO THE DESTROYER SCHOOL KNOW SURFACE WARFARE OFFI- CERS SCHOOL DEPARTMENT HEAD COURSEJ, NEWPORT, RI IN 1971 AND GRAD- UATED WITH CLASS 36 IN 1972. HE REPORT- ED TO USS KNOX KDE 1052fr IN PEARL HAR- BOR IN MAY 1972, SERVING AS WEAPONS OF- FICER UNTIL MAY 1974. AND MADE ONE DE- PLOYMENT TO THE EASTERN PACIFIC FOR SPECIAL SONAR TRIALS. COMMANDER KEARLEY THEN RE- PORTED TO THE U.S. NAVAL ACADEMY AND, AS A BRIGADE OFFICER IN THE OF- FICE OF THE COMMANDANT, WAS THE THIRTIETH COMPANY OFFICER FROM JULY 1974 UNTIL JULY 1977. UPON COMPLE- TION OF HIS TOUR AT THE NAVAL ACAD- EMY, COMMANDER KEARLEY ATTENDED THE PROSPECTIVE ENGINEER OFFICER COURSE AT THE NPTU, IDAHO FALLS, ID. UPON COMPLETION, HE SERVED AS ENGI- NEER OFFICER, USS EL PASO QLKA117j FROM JANUARY 1978 TO DECEMBER 1979. FOLLOWING THIS TOUR, HE REPORTED TO THE COMMANDER, NAVAL SURFACE FORCES, ATLANTIC WHERE HE SERVED IN THE OPERATIONS AND PLANS DIVISION, FROM JANUARY 1980 TO JANUARY 1982 CONCLUDING HIS ASSIGNMENT AS THE CRUISER DESTROYER SCHEDULING OFFI CER 1 OMMANDER KEARLEY WAS THEN ASSIGNED AS THE EXECUTIVE OFFICER USS OLIVER HAZARD PERRY QFFG 75 IN JULY 1982 MAKING ONE DEPLOYMENT TO , 4 L , A .,, A .S-1.-.. ---'Y'--'f-"WI WWW' COMMANDI G OFFICER CDR John J. Kearly THE MIDDLE EAST FORCE. COMMANDER KEAR- LEY REPORTED TO THE CHIEF OF NAVAL MATE- RIAL IN DECEMBER 1983 AND WAS ASSIGNED FOR THE FOLLOWING TWO YEARS AS THE EX- ECUTIVE ASSISTANT TO THE DIRECTOR, OF- FICE OF NAVAL TECHNOLOGY QLATER TO BE- COME A PART OF THE OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF NAVAL RESEARCHJ. COMMANDER KEARLEY HAS BEEN AWARD- ED THE MERITORIOUS SERVICE MEDAL, TWO NAVY COMMENDATION MEDALS, THE NAVY ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL, AND VARIOUS UNIT AND OTHER AWARDS. COMMANDER KEARLEY IS MARRIED TO THE FORMER JUNE SADIN OF KENSTINGTON, CT- THEY AND THEIR TWO DAUCHTERS, EMILY AND LESLIE LIVE IN MAYPORT, FL. 3 '71 a xl 7 7 7 1.4 EXECUTI E OFFICER avigator LCDR arren M. p Lobs Lieutenant Commander Warren M. Lobs gradu- ated from Plymouth-Whitemarsh High School in Plymouth Meeting, PA in 1966. He initially attended Temple University and ultimately graduated from Spring Garden College, Philadelphia, PA in June 1972. He entered Officer Candidate School in Newport, RI and was commissioned in September 1972. His first assignment was on board USS PYRO QAE 245 where he had various division officer jobs. During this tour he made two WESTPAC deployments. He then reported to USS DU- BUQUE QLPD 85 in November 1975 as Main Propulsion Assistant and completed a third WESTPAC deployment. Commander Lobs next reported to the U.S. Naval Academy as Naval Science Instructor in December 1977. Upon completion of his tour at the Naval Acad- emy in December 1979, Commander Lobs served as Operations Officer on board USS BIGELOW QDD 9425 during which time he made one Middle East Force deployment to the Persian Gulf. Following this tour, in May 1982, he report- ed to USS, SANTA BARBARA QAE 285 as First Lieutenant, making one deployment to the Indian Ocean. In January 1984, Command- er Lobs was personally selected as the U.S. Navy Liaison Officer for U.S. Central Com- mand's special activity in Nairobi, Kenya where he served until March 1986. Upon completion of this tour, he reported to USS ELMER MONTGOMERY QFF 10821 as Executive Of- ficer and has completed one Mediterranean de- ployment. Lieutenant Commander Lobs has been awarded the Defense Meritorious Service Med- al, Navy Expeditionary Medal and various ser- vice awards. Lieutenant Commander Lobs is married to theformer Ruth Woodard of Plymouth Meet- ing, PA. They and their son, Joseph, live in Jacksonville, FL. 3 f :M X f if ff Wah! 3 ,gf ax " , 42 f WM L 4l.4""'YJJ f gg-Lf wsgri-5 f-1111-iisi: il f122f?E:1p1 if Aff 1-3 1,21 :Ei '11, ,Tri 3- g, 0, ,.. 1 .AM ,L x a. ua X ? .W ,SQYNM 4 M ,wwfgww ,lf 6? 315 YYHG www fn f? 3 3 Q2 ' ' " f '- " -"ff '-ffsifwf vzff-1 1 4:31-F L 5- fggagggg fg-1g,v4,, W fff .15-ill? -5 ' 3fi-:f" 'iv: ":" T" H K x'i5.?? 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They are re- sponsible for naval gunfire sup- port, small arms and ship's de- fense using the radar controlled 20mm gatling gun and the 5"f54 caliber gun mount. E LT Harrelson Weapons Officer AS Division's primary role is finding, identifying and des- troying enemy submarines. The GMT's maintain and operate the ASROC launcher, the ST's maintain and operate all sonar equipment and the TM's are in charge of all torpedoes and tor- pedo launching tubes. These three rates mold together to form one of the best anti-sub- marine Warfare teams in the fleet. R ,M M -fm ff WH 7 xc. 'L I WW T si, if! 1 f 4 My ,AW ,,,, ,wx .. . ,W I f +. fmwwmfahwmmwmwuos fmwfmwf, 'ffl un-n-1-u-gg.. ! l LTJ G Williams LTJG N AS Division Officer 2nd Divisioijingffilcer 1StL1gEiig??E-feel. 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They are responsible for providing steam for hot water, electricity, and propulsion of the ship. They also ensure that the quantity as well as the quality of the ship's fuel is sufficient to keep the engineer- ing plant running in top condition. A8zE Divisions oversee all electrical power distribution and internal communica- tions throughout the ship. They are also tasked with ensuring that the air condition- ing units, emergency diesel generators, boat LCDR Morel Chief Engineer engines, and refrigeration units are all work- ing properly. A-Gang is also responsible for supplying and testing the quality of fuel for the helo. The HTS of R Division provide the ship with all welding and metal work. They are also the ship's plumbers and resident experts in damage control. 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Give me a hand, quick What are you doin' up there 'P Brown. 2 - , 7 , , 7, , , ,,,7,,,77,7,,, , ,,,,,,,,7,,,,,,,,,,,, NWT, , , , , , ,W ,, HWY, , ,,,,, , ,H ,,,,,, W ,7, , , , ,,,,,,, , i n 3 i E1 3, g Y 5 1 Q 2 ! 1 P 5 ! i E I C 3 f 1 i w i GPERATIO DEPARTME T Operations Department is re- sponsible for Electronic Warfare, External Communications, Navi- gation, Electronic Repair, and In- formation Gathering and Dissem- ination. ' The Signalmen of OC Divi- sion keep a sharp watch 24 hours a day topside, and the Radiomen keep a sharp ear open down be- low. The "Sigs" are of vital impor- tance when it is necessary to use flashing light, flags, or hand sig- nals for communications. The Ra- diomen send and receive .mes- sages vital to the tasking and Op- eration of the ship and also re- ceive and post world news and sports, when overseas, to keep the crew informed on current events. Combat Information Center CCICJ, also known as the nerve LT Martin Operations Officer center of the ship, is home to Division. The men of OI are task. ed with being the eyes and ears of the ship from the inside-out. They are responsible for keeping trggk of all air, surface and sub-surface contacts from in-close to miles-be- yond the horizon. i OE Division's ETS aref re- sponsible for the maintenance and proper operation of the ship'S radars and communications equipment. The EWS operate and maintain all -electronic -warfare equipment which enables ,early detection of any hostile platform which may 'be a potential threat to the ship. I . I - , f ,Q 5 ., ' .4 , 4 f. 0 ,WW 4 Ng T ,V, -,..,i...Wi . ,, 7 "i T lf e- A X, f f f M X 3 VW fx f ff 2 Q V f , Q X i . pfw f W Af Q 2 I 1 f 4 ff 1 -if m.w,,V , if A 1 f 'rags 5 . D X 9 fx Z W v , X5 O f V ' 4-7 15' ' ' y , be 5 ,if ' Q fe 4 :f ,Aw ay -.,, !,,WS,,..,, . fx N ., N , ,g as... 2 . W , A . ,,,g5,f,, , we V- ' , A, .5 J, , fQm'g,f,xgy.,w, K Ny 4.1 , ,E ff sig, I iffnzig MQ is if T fx -5 , ef ,, V . X, 5 V, N' YT 1 s f it f . f J ,f f Q y - - r , . . 1 :Q ,ff 5 5, ffffw X, f filo? N, if-,252 We :H if x , L-, - 'Q ' 's 113 f f f 92 if . , D fi , 1 I 5' ' . im-2: f 2. 3 if 1 waxy! gr K. in - 'L . .1 X ,f lf ' 234: Q ' s W 'f ' 3 . l L ll . , 9, f LTJG Fishburn LTJG M r OI Division Center OE Divisionolggilcer 0ETSS,ig:5Ig?2-3:21. ik y t vt itl W k! Electronic 4 fi 0 eration , Fiadioman ' M p s Warfare Electronics QRMJ Sngnalman QS l Specialist 4OS7TechniCian usvvp Technician QETJ 'Q'"""Lg'5"uli5i'19'553EiL-w-Ei54Ri-i -25:-,-QL55. 'iriff 3, 1'-falfilg S. 1, 'Q -- l"f"L1'--1f'.lA- Y - 4 -,--. - . ,- , .. ,,,, , . q , i x .Z-...W ,,,.. ,, , , ,,,. i,,,l,,., , ,. , i - DANGER imma vows: 5--Q f-Q--...,,, ' , n I ETC Branzell EWC O1-ewiler i 4 o Cooper is into his work J 1 ,W X i Incoming What? 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W 1 47 S iff 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 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 11 11 11 11 1 11 1 1 ,1 1 1 .1 1 1 11 11 11 11 11 1 11 11 1 1 11 11 1 '1 1 1 1 1 1 1 'I 1 1 1 'I 1 1 'I 1 1 '1 14 E1 11 1I 1. 1 11 1l 11 1 11 1 1 1 .1 1l ,. 1 11 11 1 1 1 I 1 1 E1 1 '1 '1 11 11 11 '1 11 11 11 11 11 11 1 11 11 11 11 1 11 1 11 '1 11 11 1 1 11 .1 .1 .1 .1 1 1 ,1 ,1 '1 11 1 'I 'I '1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 21 1 '1 '1 '1 '1 11 11 '1 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 .1 11 11 11 1 1 11 1 ,1 11 11 ,1 OC DIVISIO DIO! SIG 48 0 1m ?Wf ff 5.3, 541:11- ' 1 45.24 -f " xi ' V552-fiiLi ":'-if "1 4152:-5 ' P as ' ' g.:5 f-925553315-214 2 12 :11 : xii-2+ V Q , l GE DIVI I0 Af Www M7 7 2 f ? ? fmws K f X io 'WNV f ww A 495 ,fm S fl Q , W V F 1' ITIQX X., In W ?..,,,--1....n.,,,,,. i 1 -f .-..,..i..,...,...... ..--.,,.. . . .... K 1 I I u I 5 l I T ,,,,, ,,,, , ,, ,,,,, ,, , , N vic rio NX Division is made up of many rates, all of which are vital to the welfare and mo- rale of the crew. The YN's are responsible for all the administrative correspondence, legal functions, officer records, and the plan of the day. The PN's keep track of our personnel service records and make sure they are up- dated with everything from rate changes to home of records. The health and well being of the crew is the primary task of the HM's. They have the responsibility of fixing personnel when they break, maintain medical records, scheduling dental appointments, testing drinking water for impurities and a myriad of other responsibilities. The Master-at-Arms on board has the responsibility of "maintaining law and or- der". The "sheriff" of the ship, so to speak, has "deputies" from various divisions to EXE ,UTI E DIVISIO , X -N Amssx f LT Tipton Asst. Navigator help him insure the crew conforms to regula, tions. 1 A big morale booster overseas comes when we get a shipment of mail. That's where our Postal Clerk comes intothe picture, A letter delivered from him is the second best thing to being home. on T Our Quarter Masters are in charge of keeping track of where we are, where we are going, and where we have been. You might say we would be lost without them. Last, but not least, our Command Mas- ter Chief, Career Counselor, and 3-M Coordi- nator all assist us in development and help to solve our problems, both personal and pro. fessional. HMC Jones EMCS Cuaresma PNC Celzo A I A w Quartermaster ""' MaSter-af-Arms WMP Postal Clerk QPCJ CMAJ NCCJ ' . Navy Pe l H 'r I afvls Yeoman QYNJ counseuormcy YSCZBRS man CO,pf,,i2'narHM7 56 . 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The Supply ra- tings include SK, SH, DK, and MS. They have to make sure the ship has spare parts on order as Well as food, fuel, and stock for the ship's store. They are also tasked with paying the 1, ' MSC Escaler Storekeeper fSKy Ship's Service- man KSHJ Disbursing Clerk CDKD LT Stevens Supply Officer ENS Deeter BISBO A .fi ...A nge. . .-.. . ..., . .,..:.....-....,. ,,-, T M 'W .,,v . , - -1, ,-3.-:,,g,, ,,,.. V, , 3 Efi,uMAii: TSN-M F i PPL crew and keeping pay records in order running the ship's store, barber shop, and keeping the soda machines stockf ed and operating properly. Among their other jobs are doing laundry and cooking for 300 men. , Lxwggfa A UQ .4 SKC J ulao if Mess Management Specialist UVISJ 4 W f M , J M.-., ' f " f -we-W If ww ' J, f 4 X . 525 , Z ..., V f Z Ani' ' 1, , ga g ,,,, , M, X SYN fe SX QQ Q , W f Nz Of X 4 N523 W M y 2' X wh wx f W 2 lwkkw AIR DEPARTME HSL-36, detachment 7, proved themselves as able members of the Sub-Buster team. The mechanics and technicians Worked many long hours to keep the "Bird" in the air. The flight crews had many different missions to do. They provided tracking of assigned submarines, information on surface contacts, personnel transport and an occasional photograph. Their presence also helped crew morale with their mail runs. They were pro- fessionals and quickly became true shipmates. Our "Airdales" had a can-do attitude and contributed to ELMER MONTGOMERY'S reputation as a top oper- ational asset to the Sixth Fleet. DETACH ME - .' 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She is one of the Knox Class Frigates specifically designed for anti-submarine warfare. The ship is named in honor of Sergeant Elmer Montgomery, United States Marine Corps. After commissioning, the USS ELMER MONTGOMERY was homeported in Norfolk, Virginia, She has had several extended deployments with sixth fleet in the Mediterranean and with Middle- east force. On June 22, 1977, The ELMER MONTGOMERY commenced her first regular overhaul. Upon completion of overhaul on April 10, 1978, USS ELMER MONTGOMERY changed homeport to her new operating base at Mayport, Florida. She completed refresher training at G Cuba, In August of 1978, and immediately deployed to the North Atlantic. From April - 1979, the MONTGOMERY deployed to the Middle-East atwhich time she took on for COMIDEASTFOR. ELMER MONTGOMERY once again deployed to the July - December 1980, to the Middle-East of the fall of 1981, and to the North Atlanti -' October 1982. In February of 1983, she entered her second regular overhaul at Bath, Maine. Upon successful completion of overhaul on time in October 1983, the GOMERY rejoined the fleet at her homeport, Mayport, Florida nde 7 ' ' ' In February 1984, she rwent refresher training at Guantanamo ber 1984 to May 1985, the MONTGOMERY deployed to the M Fall she conducted the U.S. Coast Guard in ing H Jacksonville 1986, O th She re tions in USS she displaces 4000 tons an the most ed bow m The fare capab tant or delivered forward It can A Y Y V V MWMMMM O XX P-


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