Elmer Montgomery (FF 1082) - Naval Cruise Book

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The ship is named in honor of Sergeant Elmer Montgomery, United States Marine Corps. After commissioning, USS ELMER MONTGOMERY was ho- meported in Norfold, Va. She had several extended deploy- ments with the Sixth Fleet in the Med and with the Middle-East Force in the Persian Gulf. On June 22, 1977, she commenced her first overhaul. Upon successful completion of overhaul on April 10, 1978, she changed homeport to her new operating base at Mayport, Fl. She completed refresher training at Guan- tanamo Bay, Cuba, in August of 1978, and immediately de- ployed to the North Atlantic. From April to September 1979, she deployed to the Middle East at which time she took on duties as Flagship for COMIDEASTFOR. She deployed once again to the Med from July to December 1980, to the Middle East in the Fall of 1981, and to the North Atlantic from August to October 1982. In February of 1985, she entered her second overhaul at Bath Iron Works in Bath, Maine. Upon successful completion of her overhaul in October 1985, she rejoined the fleet at her homeport, Mayport, Fl. In February 1984, she again underwent refresher training at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. From October to May 1985, she deployed to the Med, and in the she conducted Law Enforcement Operations with the U.S. Coast Guard in Ca- ribbean. Following a Selected Restricted Availability conducted with Jacksonville Shipyard from January to March 1986, she again deployed to the Med in August 1986 and retumed in Feb- ruary 1987. After successfully completing various inspections throughout 1987, she participated in Fleet Exercise 1-88 in Jan- uary 1988 prior to deploying on an Indian OceanjMedfNorth Atlantic deployment in April 1988. She spent two months of the deployment in the Persian Gulf where she saw combat action against Iranian Revolutionary Guard gunboats. She eamed the Combat Action Ribbon for that encounter. After her retum in October 1988 she completed a Selected Restricted Availability at Naval Station, Mayport from February to May 1989. Following various exercises, the year wound up with ELMER MONTGOM- ERY completing refresher training at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba during November and December 1989. 1990 had her complet- ing a basic and advanced Fleet Exercise prior to deployment to the MedfOperation Desert ShieldfDesert Storm 1990. ' 1 ,:::g,., ,.g 1.6:-mwYJ,z- 1314 s.z5g.....4 ...QF ,:4..1.a.,-cw sa. - .1 l1? CGIVIIVIANDING CJFFICER 5 SEP 88 - 29 JAN 91 Commander Robert A. Higgins graduated from Florida State University and was commissioned an Ensign, U.S. Naval Reserve, upon completion of Officer candi- date School in 1970. Following his initial tour aboard the USS NOA KDD-8411, where he served as Main Propulsion Assistant and ultimately Engineer Officer, he augmented into the Regular Navy. Commander Higgins eamed his masters' Degree in Personnel Man- agement from George Washington University in 1975. Commander Higgins attended Department Head School in 1976 followed by sea tours as Engineer Officer aboard the USS LAWRENCE QDDG-45, Material Officer for Commander Destroyer Squadron Two and Executive Officer of USS COMTE DE GRASSE CDD-9710. Tours ashore include: Instructor at the United States Naval Academy and the Staff of Commander Training Command, U.S. Atlantic Fleet. His most recent assignment was in the Fleet Operations and Readiness Division in the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations. He transferred to Chief Staff Officer of Des- ron 12. Commander Higgins has been awarded the Meritorious Service Medal, two Navy Commendation Medals, two Navy Achievement Medals and various campaign and service awards. Commander Higgins is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R.C. Higgins of St. Petersburg, Fl. and is married to the fomier Patricia A. Phelan of Jacksonville, Fl. They have two daughters, Kathryn and Leslie, and two sons, Robert and Michael, and reside in Jacksonville, Fl. S XY I cl rather be golfing For all you J O s thls man IS a professlonal Do not attempt thlS at home' ThlS sure beats Captam s Mast A USS ELIVIER IVIONTGGIVIERY CHANGE CDF COMMAND 29 JAN 91 COIVIIVIANDING GFFICER l 29 JAN 91 - PRESENT fp.. 4 '-'Sf' 3 Commander Fred CI. Orchard graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1975 and reported to the USS JOUETT CCG-297, where he served as B Division Officer, First Lieutenant, and CIC Officer. Subsequent to his division officer tour, Commander Orchard was assigned to Naval Recruiting District, Portland, Oregon, where he served as Officer-in-Charge of a Class A Recruiting Station. I'le gradu- ated from the Surface Warfare Officer Department Head course in Apnl 1980. From there he was assigned as Engineer Officer on the USS DECATUR CDDG-515 and later, as Engineer Officer on the USS ALAMO QLSD-551. Following a tour at the Naval Postgraduate School, he served as Executive Officer on the USS JOSEPH STRAUSS QDDG- 163 Commander Orchard reported to USS ELMER MONTGOMERY from duty on the staff of the Chief of Naval Operations Washington D C QOPNAV 9425 where he served as Requirements Officer for Ad vanced Tactical Data Links In addition to a Bachelor of Science degree in Operations Analy sis from the Naval Academy Commander Orchard holds a Master of Sclence degree ln Computer Science from the Naval Postgraduate School Commander Orchard IS marned to the former Karla Enckson of Pocatello Idaho They have one son Nathan and two daughters Molly and Gwen - . 0 . I 1 Q I C - e u - Q 0 , , , - . I Q u , - 9 u , I ' I I 1 - f. 13' IQ..-1'rt1.5-'fQ.fff.I.1g,2?Z3... i L.if.ir:.1e.-'iff 1Lf:l '-f7?f "fi35f-7345 f'?" '5P4" fi7,f'?'?ivEf' , 4151- 1,-W'-if-' lil-l-..-., -:g- .- ..., -,-1.-,AJ J,-,ua CCIVIIVIAND MASTER CHIEF l Master Chief Personnelman John D. Zito entered the Navy on 15 December 1961 at Santa Monica, Ca. and complet- ed recruit training in San Diego, Ca. He was initially assigned to Naval Auxiliary Air Station, New Iberia, La. From there, his tours have included: Airborne Early Wam- ing Squadron Eleven, Argentenia, Newfoundland, Air Antisub- marine Squadron Twenty-seven at NAS Norfolk, Va., Flag Ad- ministrative Unit for Commander Naval Air Force U.S. Pacific Fleet at North Island San Diego, Ca., Guided Missile Unit For- ty-one at NAS Point Mugu, Ca., USS PUGET SOUND QAD-585. Master Chief Zito then spent four years at three Navy Re- cruiting Districts: Richmond, Va., San Franciso, Ca., and New Orleans, La. Upon completion of his recruiting assignments he trans- ferred to Navy Support Facility at Diego Garcia. From there he transferred to the USS ELMER MONTGOMERY for his lirst tour on board. He left the MONTGOMERY for almost six years for duty at the Naval Education and Training Program Devel- opment Center, Saufley Field, Pensacola, Fl. Prior to his trans- fer back to the ELMER MONTGOMERY he was screened and selected for the Command Master Chief program by COM- NAVMILPERCOM. Master Chief Zito has been awarded the Navy Commen- dation Medal, Navy Achievement Medal, Combat Action Rib- bon, Navy Unit Commendation, Meritorious Unit Commenda- tion, Navy "E" Ribbon, seven Good Conduct Medals, two Navy Expeditionary Medals, National Defense Service Medal, two Armed Forces Expeditionary Medals, Coast Guard Special Operations Service Ribbon, four Sea Service Deployment Ribbons and the Overseas Service Ribbon. Master Chief Zito is married to the former Alberta Beltz of J acksonville, Fl. They and their son Chris reside in Jackson- Vl 6, . 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'V' f"'3.Z " : ' " '1 ., ' 31-91' 's' 5 355 W 'X N ag X XM 5 X X NF XX Q N wx v ' N NNQX 4 r O yu X my X .- 'N we Q yr N, Wwfla QS 548 V 'X gi S7 You Guys shop at the same store?! The Chief is actually Working! An Airdales' work is never done! The life of an Officer! Y, ,.,,, ,-. Y,,,.,,-,.,:,,, -e , ,.,, ., .,. .,,,.a--f,.g2p:J'z.f5.,4 :Q ,zlilfgz-elder: . . xr' X .L dj,"-',.1.. - ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT Engineering Department is com- prised of four divisions which are re- sponsible for the power, electricity, steam, damage control and repair. The men of B Division are no strangers to high temperatures. They are responsible for providing steam for hot water, electricity and the propulsion ofthe ship. They also ensure that the quantity as well as the quality of the ship's fuel is suffi- cient to keep the engineering plant running in top condition. M Division, working out of main control and Aux 1, is in charge of all machinery which involves propul- sion of the ship and electrical gen- erators. M Division is also responsi- ble for making feed water for the V - ,D . fu' it - 2 , , , I LT CADOGAN DCA 1 it -f' LT HELD CHIEF ENGINEER boilers and fresh water for the crew. ASYE Divisions oversee all electri- cal power distribution and internal communications throughout the ship. They are also tasked with ensuring that the air conditioning units, emer- gency diesel generators, boat engines, and refrigeration units are all working properly. A-Gang is also responsible for supplying and testing the quality of fuel in helo. The l'IT's of R Division provide the ship with all the welding and metal work. They are also the ships plumb- ers and resident experts in damage control. They provide all necessary training for others in lire lighting and keeping the ship afloat in the event of an emergency. LTJG FLICK ENS KUSKOWSKI ENS WOOD MPA ASE DIVISION B DIVISION OFFICER OFFICER BTCIVIISWJ WADE BTIKSWD I'IICKEY DAVID WICKWIRE BT5 ATCHISOH BT5 PIERCE BT5 ROCHELLE BT5 PERRY BT5 MARKS BTFN YUN FA GONZALEZ 18 B DIVISICDN BEING FLEXIBLE - T HAT 'S CUR IVICTTOIIII B-DIV is a proud and lively lot. Being part of the Engineering backbone that helps keep the Monty steaming. So far, both boilers have supplied over 174,994,560 pounds of steam to tum the shaft and allowed us to travel over 55,000 n.m. That's a total of 155 days out of 200 underway since we left May- port. We used over 19,885,745 gals of feedwater and 2,276,569 gals of fuel to do so. I Heading the crew of B-DIV Gumbys' is ENS Wood, BTCM Wade and BTC Goodwin - THE TOP THREE DOGS! As we left Mayport for the Med, we had but one thing on our minds - OPPE. Little did we know that 150 of those days would be spent in the Red Sea as part of Operation Desert Shield. Though we spent many hours supporting the cause, it did not reflect our true quest, preparing and waiting in eamest for the inevitable OPPE! That day finally came eleven days after we were due home. We did not let that stop us, as a team we did not j ust barely pass, we passed with flying colors. We are setting the pace for all to follow. :Sis f w' Boiler Technician KBTD , - 'X , ,f ,, ...Q , Q x. 4 Q -Kg I . -- - .gt-TS! ' 5:-iLLfi1.a--fg 1-,.''H-xAI11-LIfZ:E'Fo'.LjJ.g.flg.,'W.-, .4 What, are you crazy? I ain't going back domm "That's Master Chief Ensign, Boy! there. Lash has the watch! We got our Gumby Diplomas, now what? .iw 75 i f -" 5 11.un,:m.1-.:s4Q:,:L'::.:s- . mi-i.1,:mvgi2f-'ff-5'5"-"f"M-2-ki:,:.5g-.ga-.-n.a.:.-.,..ir.-.. ,- - Y I 'lTell me I can't smoke in here!!" Camel burgers are HMM HMM GOOD!! 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IVI DIVISION WE TURN TWO FOR ELIVIER TO GET THROUGH Mmcqswy WATTS Mmc Bowan MM1fSWJ WILLIAMS Mmqswy s MITH MIVI1 RUSCHE MM2 MONELL MM5 FARLEY MM5 RINEHART MIVI5 JACOBS MIVI5 HUTCHINGS MM5 COOSE MMS DOHM MM5 HEATH FN SAMPSON FN REED MIVIFN STARNES MMFN JOHNSON MMFN RODRIGUEZ Wm The Main Propulsion Division QM-Divisionl is comprised of two work cen- ters, EMO1 fMain Engine Rooml and EM08 CAuxilia1y Machinery Room 41 or Aux 17. The men of M-Division are dedicated professionals, always striving to meet every commitment of Elmer Montgomery's rigorous schedule. During the 8 month deployment QMED 5-909, M-Division produced 5,592,000 gallons of water, 41,940,00 cubic feet of low pressure air, 59,144 cubic feet of high pressure air, purified 629,100 gallons of lubricating oil and completed 20,000,000 tums on the main screw. EMO1's two 12,000 gallon per day evaporators never failed during the deployment, providing feed water for the boilers and fresh water for the crew's showers, galley, scullery, laun- dry, drinking water and fresh water wash dovms for the helo and the main decks. EM08's generators provided the ELMER MONTGOMERY with the abili- ty to operate all electrical and electronic equipment, utilizing three 750 kilo- watt, 450 volt, 1205 amp turbo generators. Our Motto is and will always be: WE TURN TWO FOR ELMER TO GET THROUGH. Machinist s Mate MM QNX lx XS-ax Xxx, .3 .. L X21 NX .S .. -.1 .-,.-.. ---. A Mgw, -N-1-, -. ,, .,,,1' ,.- ,-,,,-Y., ,. ,I ,. A,. 1 , , W. ., , -.,.-. -. ,. -,.., .V , ,, ,, 'g,.f:-,N fa- f-x"'.1-' . , ,. f.,- -ff-ff-ff-.,,-,c-v.,. 'L+ --. , f-rang! . :Y-,-' -V.: -H" . 9--,Y-My .4 -l ,,.'-.,.., -: V .,f.,- :P ., N 1- -1-1 ,. ff, - v .. Az 1 -v '- , - V. 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Q.-,.:4Jg9.2.f1.4.::.1:nm,-,--::1r-.a:':T.tet-::.-4a1.:n.,m.v.a.0:s1 -if -'F ',.:.xA,gLZ.s.....-...!:z 1:--.Q . ., . , . . , . , A . Q. 1-4- . ..,,, Nm. ....., -7.45 -ck- .-- .y,,, ,Y,..,,..-M .4 .-x,3.,.1-1.,,hA-7,7-, A DIVISIO "Duty A-Gang contact Main Control," blasts the 1MC. 'lYea, this is the EOOW, there's no hot water up forward, Radio Central is too hot, the Bridge is too cold, the Galley has no steam and we'll need a boat engineer and the steering gear manned. By the way, we'll be needing the emergency generator brought up on the line in 5 minutes. Before you get started, we gotta bring the anchor up. Just a typical watch for the boys in "A" Gang. Don't forget, we'll be needing four of your MlVl's to round out the three section inport steam watchbill. The men in UA" Gang are a unique and versatile group. Unlike their fellow engineers in the main engi- neering spaces, the ' 'A" Cranger has duties ranging from upkeep of the ships laundry equipment to providing emergency electrical power when the main engineering plant suffers a casualty. ELMER MONTGOMERYS Auxiliary Division prides itself in providing the best service possible to the crew. During MIF Operations in the Red Sea for example, the ships 75 ton air conditioning plants ran continuously for more than live months to provide a comfortable living and working environment. Even though the primary purpose for air conditioning is to insure the proper oper- ation ofthe ships modem electronic gear, there is noth- ing worse than having a bunch of burly sailors coming at you because they have to sweat while trying to relax or sleep. Another example of the way "A" Gang does business is the track record of the small boats. The ships 100 boardings during MIF Gperations was possi- ble due to what our enginemen call 100010 reliability of the motor whale boat. From O7AUG90 to present, the motor whale boat has started every time, the first time. There are many examples of the professionalism and pride within HA" Gang but too numerous to mention in this article. The old saying, "you don't miss your water till your well runs dry" can be adapted to the often taken for granted services that UA" Gang provides. the boat. l t This is what happens when the X.O. steers part do? You figure this one out!! . -L-will-nw-. ngnm, .,,.,, .,,,Qy55,,,3,, - .w-f4'wf--'-v,-ww:,-- 1 CICS, what does thlS . , ,.,- t -, . ,N , -. ...,,, .,, ,. .... .. ,. - ...A .k-w.q-Pawxivns - 12?- - 11:51 -sf . ,.., ' .1 M,-fu ,, -17 Nav, r .,. - ,. .... xx, ,K "Is this the way you salute or do I need to bring my hand higher?" 'QN 9 Who is that masked man in green? Any resemblance to the man at the right? Z -by .lkr 'T Just another usual watch in Main Control. Does he look l1ke he knew someone WHS taklng hls plcture or what? . 5 l 0 , . .45'V'+i'.Lf'ff"-Lb-"lla 77 1-1' E1Q3-- ,-T. ' t1A'::-1143 51 -fr. , .. :ff-K--f,:L1f:f,:+f,f-ff rr- pi - . -f-..-1.--.. ,. - , , gi ' fr , rr-fu , ,. : 1'-------1-'fr'-A' ' - -f Vw- - -xl 3 sf' 4 "1 '-1 :f'N."""-ffff 1 ,.., ':-. h.gf-'5'fLQ-.'1:l'-1-Ls"f'T - L-3. -I ' "'-,l.Nf7'v -2-fir "-" . , L , ' 3'NQ'3Q9"'. .,. . .-, ,. ,x,f. ,.,,-,fr - ., 3.,,,n,.p 4.75. v., M., F'-,j . Li, bi-Npgtr A. l F 5 Sorry, we don't have enough money. X See, I even know how to tum valve handwheels. Hey Mom, I found my long lost I brother while in Italy! We can fix anything, anytime, anywhere crew. -a-- Airli- V Z E DIVISIG Comprised of ElVI's and IC- men, with the EM responsible for all electrical work on board the ship and the IC-men responsible for the communication systems. Headed by ICC Spencer, E Divi- sion is known as UTHE GET IT DONE CREW." ICC Spencer. E Divisions Fearless Leader. 4.4 V -'g,-f--l-fS'fs'4A4Q:'-:-..:-- . ,'Ai'P-"L-'31-Sr-.Lg-Lf-'-1..5 ,- fl'-i' f-1,1-,,f,,".--3,-Lf.. Y. . - , z -, V .-. - . - - W -. -.-, - .-- -L e42':-3.f.er--.3 f - -xtx,.,L1.gjLj.f,-3- ' -" Ls, -43,5 -,,,,1-- , Af, ii .-. j-,gf 5 vi -N-:-V 7 fjiws hf " 4 "My wife's coming to Naples, man!" HAPPY NEW YEARS FROM E-DIV!! Are you ready to go yet? ' Gator on a mission -"'T'..:'-? - 1.4.1 ' --3 -.. s .-Y ' -. -' -,- ,.f-f '- .1 ff A .-.,' ,- - -4 "" - - f ..-- g...v..-., 1'--,Jr ..-4-r..-- -.Q..,.,,54.,.,1fl:.Y-.1-fur-has-:fp gzf.-him 2-.am-..49-2, z ,sf f as 'lcauzfrifk fgigibfi -41'l'-1. ' 71' '- tif off r z ff! Q we ' W w 3 1 ,7,Zii!, af , Q if We W ' Conference Time Figure the odds fff, f.,f ,gfw "Q' fait f A Stop dancmg and get to work Gator, is that secured? 'ff-IIT .1 ,gg 'T 5,,,,-N.. J, 3. ,.gI.lQ.t1-.1.i,3Z'z.Ji.wff-'I-'1"11'71,14 ff l f--"T'. '+'+ ' 2.-life X-1:-:iLe.'g.g-.:.5,.,.,.tv-m.,.,..4.,,-...,..,.......-., .. , Y , . ., , . , , A . .. -.1 , YY- , ,x-- , ,, ,fan ,.:,L4::!.,-.. ,.... .,, -'-,. f,.,v.,gf fr:-,-4 ,' A-.L Q-:N f-'i:,ff"5,-.- j-'-:nf-:4'35.. .Tj1J",i:',.Lr'-..-. .-.1 '-'-f, 1.-.1-, Hey Fishnet, tum up the tunes! Dalton working fo? No McDaniel, NO! Qi ' 1' 4' ' " -H " "" -" " " " ' 'Mau ' Nr. . f "I- A"" " " 'Qai " "aan--w x...-. ' '-ing- ' -Q V3' f....i':i-...,my,,. .,::n1..5. .f..-......-1x...,.1. -U 1.-...fr-.V N U Q .. ,. SHOWER BANDIT R DIVISIO Let's discuss the making of HELL. Smoke: smoke so thick you can't breathe it. It sears your throat as you try to inhale, the urge to cough is un- controllable. The sheer density of the smoke plus the poisonous gases will render you unconscious in min- utes. lt's like suddenly being under water. You can't breathe and urgency quickly borders panic. Smoke so dense you can't see. Smoke so full of ini- tants it blinds and waters your eyes immediately. Famil- iar areas are now foreign. Spaces you knew only in pass- ing are now totally beyond your understanding. Disori- entation borders on terror, both come quickly and com- pletely. You are lost, on your knees, table legs and chairs, trash cans and machinery become your ene- mies, impeding your progress out of HELL. Heat: heat so intense the bulkheads glow orange and cherry red. Heat so intense the metal melts like lava. Heat that transfonns ordinary things into toxic gas- es. Freon tums to phosgene, a suffocating gas used to kill in WWII. Foam mattresses tum to cyanide gas. Heat so incredible that it bubbles paint and causes it to flow like water or flare like a torch. In this heat, nothing can survive, it is Hell itself. This heat goes beyond the drawing discomfort of a severe sunbum. It goes beyond pain, it destroys the DCCKSWQ LARSON very nerves that cany the pain to the brain, along with tissues of the body. In this heat an ordinary can of spray paint explodes and, like napalm, ignites the expanding spray in a cloying, flaming cloud that coats and kills, Add to this scenario that you are engulfed in the to- tal darkness ofa compartment without electrical power and with water several inches deep on its deck. The con- fusion of men yelling and running surrounds you. In short, all the ingredients of Dante's infemo, the ele- ments of Hell. What you have is the scenario of a fire aboard ship, any fire, not even a particularly large one, can be just this way. Fire is one of the most dangerous things that can happen to a ship at sea. What can you do to prevent a fire? What can you do to make yourself ready, to make yourself a survivor? Lis- ten and obey the elite personnel of Engineering Depart- ments R Division. Repair and damage control are the fortes of R Divi- sion. Our HT's and DC's are the ship's welders, metal workers, plumbers and resident experts in damage con- trol. They provide the necessary training and expertise to keep the crew safe and maintain the ship afloat dur- ing an emergency situation. HT1 BOYDSTON DC1fSWJ FARRAY HT1 THOMAS K W 4 ski f. Z x I L . DC2 BUSH DCZKSWJ HUFFMAN DCFN BACCHUSS DCFA PAYNE W" Aff s t .2 -fmikg: L: . Q,..,..-....-.. 5, -1-.1:..115,. -.-w.L:..:.- .p:.,v- -ai.,'LZ,12..,1e.f1-.L.:,5Q4a4..h.iz.Sg:JA.:a:a2ie:L4iL'.2s.caIm5.arua.,,:f1sv4ns.zp4..,....:.4.x........,.,.....,.L....,..-..., L . . . ., , , , 'Mom told me there'd be days like this! What a shower can do for a guy! 14 Look at the size of this one! The lost boys Good looks run in the family! . ...MW A M K 9 f Amateur night Dam! I bit it again. This IS my GQ station! Hurry guys, I got it started . . -' - . ' f -X il' ..---..','- , - u -- ...I-.1-N..1:.::.a.. .,..,uqu-v 1......,..,, sv W. -Uv... ,.- -W . , . , . , ,, , . ., , A V., Q, ., 4. , , 7,7 f i.i..,.:..::p.7.,9.f!, ,agz.-,,,,1rx'uvgg-Qi.,-iff.rx-ws-.v,-,.':7:1-E 1 tgp,-.. v, xslkmpf Something old. I would like to thank Mom and Dad for their support, Something new. And the soldiers think they have it bad in the sand. Follow me little Pilgrim. How do you spell Investigator? 1 + i Q 10 more minutes till NOONER! ww N .W x 1 ,x 5,1 . .., ., f N ' .3-1 5' X ,f A Q, f That s all Folks T Weekly PMS. Ss 0, N 4 Q 11,-, its . J This is my hiding spot. ' -'ffjE.",f"f"l-1-.f,j' --Ju" -'-. lf ' I,-L "'f,,, ,Q -'y7'."i 'r 1-lf? 3 gf-,SJ,' ,iff -'L11--Y,41"",1,ff , --...f.-- .f....,,,, ,- , - f dw, -'---1715-W--:c:.':3x:Q-v5.1-,:.11:.:gas ,:.:,:.-L -A. .. -1 ..,. f::.--.W 4 1 .-:-Mf-7: ..l,3':.,1.,,gygy:,,,,.,yg54qFggg f ' f -g ' - -' ' + -" " - - - -'-.1- f "'g ' - - ' ,,. ,,i -fy., .j'.1-a x -: .W -, LLL . , f6,,.,:,L,,,,,,-w,u'A,AM,-V, ,Mm I-M-MA MAN'--,Mn IN, X 1 F f- ' 'F - 0'-' '.,-., . J 21- 'ZL, ,V - - ,-1.414 - . "',4 ,- " '-- -,L- . --- N..-up -- ' .-,gifs--,-' , -- -- 2 -- --. -271--'-. ff-, -Q fa- 1 fffff -- . - f Flight Quarters. Thank God, time for my nap. Yes, I cut the cheese. 5 hours and I'm still white. -so--.,, f V- M, ve, .- - .,..-.ff .,.-:--- b, ALL- '1,,. , - .. ...---. ,- - ,.-. ,,,x..- , -V , , -, we,-M0-,,.,,-f-A..,k ,Y -1441 1, ,nqf-.a.,3 --1. it ,X See what happens when you get no sun. Anyone seen my dog? Massive! Good to the last drop. W, ,,,,, Y .-7-,. .2 1, . f N-:a w - . Nd: ei. 5-4 -fgry-iv-1-:zu-vev,-Q Beer and no women, this is what I call Paradise. Life after 40. White, don't leave me. I love you! ' -,Lg L Q 14 ,...,..,,.,-a.:Y...- W .,,..-:f--.:-14...-.-M-, ...wwf--f ..::--xv - OPERATIONS DEP RT IVIENT Operations Department is responsible for Electronic War- fare, Extemal Communications, Navigation, Electronic Repair, and Information Gathering and dissemination. The Signalmen of NX Divi- sion keep a sharp watch 24 hours a day topside, and the Ra- dio men keep a sharp ear open doum below. The uSigs" are of vital importance when it is nec- essary to use flashing light, flags, or hand signals for com- munications. The Radiomen send and receive messages vital to the tasking and operation of the ship and also receive and post world news and sports, when overseas, to keep the crew informed on current events. Nw, y K, S 2 mu LT. ARIEL OPERATIONS OFFICER Combat lnfonnation Center QCICJ, also known as the nerve center of the ship, is home to OI Division. The men of Ol are task- ed with being the eyes and ears of the ship from the inside-out. They are responsible for keeping track of all air, surface and sub- surface contacts from in-close to miles beyond the horizon. OE Division's ETs are re- sponsible for the maintenance and proper operation of the ships radars, communications and navigational 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. if, er- ' My 2 A ff vc I L f I l I ' ' LTJG EMERsoN LTJG MELTON LTJCI BENo ENS HAM11, ASSISTANT COMMUNICATIONS ELECTRONICS ADM1N15TR1Ig5E NAv1c1AToR OFFICER MATERIAL OFFICER OFFICER T"':"' " 'rf 'A ' ' "1 ' W '- 'H - ' - - C'-ln' ' '----"-' f-'--Tl-f ' 11--2 f-- 1 'bf ' 4:4-I-2:-- " 7-2-kJi12." 'J ':.:.rl1:l -T-als. -"f i,-,.,.-. -'.:.flLEgx:,r,, ,pity -g,,,c, 21 ,V , , H , W , , 1 f- ,'.2'T'-E- T GC DIVISIO The Radlomen of OC D1v1s1on keep a sharp ear open 24 hours a day in Racllo Central The Racllomen eration of the ship and also receive and post world news and sports when overseas to keep the crew in formed on current events gif send and receive messages vital to the tasking and op- Radloman CRMJ if RMCCSWD Jormson RMCCSWJ cARMoMA RM1qSwJ CROSBY RM1 MASON Wensxi 4 r Q-J RM5 JACRMAN RMS DSOGRACIA RM5 MARSH RM5 BUTLER RMSM SHAW , , 1 ,.- ., ,, .DM , ., - -.... 1 H. i.1Y--,-- V-..11,.. V ...--,-,q- 4:11-15. 1.-1 :V :., ,,.-f..-5:,l ,.,,-.,1f,.i,f,-LV,-.F..:.K,5g --,...':.,,-3, , .,,:. A, FJ, 537, 25- A.. V ... V, F , .. ., , , . , a ..:,., . . K , 2. 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A large majority of their equipment was in use dur- ing the entire eight month deployment, allowing the ship to complete its' mission. 'k q. 4 Electronics ETCCSWJ BUFFALOW EWCKSWJ SHANE ET1 SMITH ET2 BORMAN ET2 HAM ETZCSWJ SILKO ETS LEWINGTON The EW's, led by EWCCSWJ Shane, operate and maintain all electronic warfare equipment which searches the electromagnetic spectrum for friendly and hostile emissions. Guarding the ship from hostile mis- siles, fire control radars, and aircraft, the Electronic War- fare Specialists maintain a constant watch in Combat Information Center with the help of the APUSLQ-52. The EW's of Operation Desert ShieldfStorm in- clude: EWCQSWJ Shane, EW5 lVIcClenithan, EWZSCSWJ Fitch, and followed up by EWSN Collier. L gf Electronic Warfare Technician CETJ Technician QEWJ " ,, ,, , .ms ,l,,,,,, 1 , , , ,,94,7,,,f,,, V, 5 , Irgggff W X55 IVVV , EA 2 M , 4 -4f f M ,ff ,f M W ta W , f , W , f f M f , H 1 ff g ' "-- ff'-we s M .. X7 if ' 52 ' fs-P V M WW .. 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It'S HOT!" EW5 Fitch. ESWS qualified Lew, hard at work. OI D1v1s1on IS a conglomeratlon of well tralned tlon only OS s can provlde highly motlvated PQS qualllied workahollcs The never lt lf were not for the fearless leadership of 055 John say can t attltude of Operatlon SPCCIBIISL make up the McCormack call slgn Hammer Z1 the OS s would nerve center the verltable braln of the sh1p crumble under the stress of this ominous task of gather The myrlad of different personalltles all come to mg processmg dlssemlnatlng and dlSDI3ylflg of 1nfor gether to supply the shlp with the plethora of lnfomaa matlon Operations Specialist IOSJ , Y-V .. . o Q s o a u u I . c I c n 1 Q , Q o n u s 0 o I o Q o u c a - I a s u c .- oslcswy NEAL osz SMITH osz simmons osz Rios os2 WARD OS2 T. THOMAS OSZISWI FISIIPAW OS5 PATTERSON OS5 MONCRIEF OS5 BEVIACOUA OSISISWJ HUSLEY OSSN MCCORMACK OSSN ARMSTRONG OSSN J. THOMAS OSSN BERGMAN OSSN KING OSSN STEVENS OSSN T. 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G g ,, 4 K NX DIVISICN NX Dlvlslon IS made up of many rates YN s PN s SM s PC s QM s and HM s All of whlch are vltal to the welfare and morale of the crew The YN s are responsl ble for all the admlnlstratlve correspondence legal functlons Officer SCFVICC records and the plan of the a The PN s keep track of our personnel servlce rec from rate change s to home of records The health and well belng of the crew IS the pnmary task of the HM s They have the responslblllty of maln talnlng medlcal records, schedullng dental appolnt- ments, testlng our dnnklng water for lmpuntles and a mynad of other responslbllltles The Master-at-Arms on board has the responsiblllty of malntalnlng law and order The 'lShenff" of the Shlpf so to speak, has deputles from vanous dlvlsions to help hlm lnsure the crew conforms to regulatlons A blg morale booster overseas comes when we get Hospital M3St9l'-at-Al'mS Personnelmanf a shlpment of mall Thats where our Postal Clerk comes lnto the plcture A letter from hlm IS the second best thlng of belng home PC WHERE S MY MAIL the crew asks hlm every mall call Our Quarter Masters are ln charge of keeplng track of where we are where we are golng and where we have been You mlght say we would be lost wlthout them 805 O52 msg ED' 52" '-'om 5O'5-'2""cOS2w" EQQWQOMOHM QDQCHNFE mwoo.-Uzvgg -U :El5"U5mCOv2UJ I""'U '-1 QRS -, 5903050125 5Q'57v'-fF'2 gg CD5 aww-' on C :Zn-'DSN rocgxgfl-Q3 F65 '85-fgexef' 35 :ima 'ENE -gm OCN5 39" 5:6 oO w O '02 'U D' 2.05 Qu: m3m 403 - l-:GUI NO 'U Q3 2 2190: UE.: ow OQU O5 U' 5'-:U U93 :A UWQ 58m 291 will 5"'S9f 5.3 Nlsn,-1 L41-r mgls .Qing gm gum :s-QQ., use D-Wm NCQ 'fam xmi 'Fm -- lllll Quartermaster Corpsman QHMD MA PN Postal Clerk QPCD QQMJ Signalman QSMJ YGOFTIHN YN PNCMCSWJ ZITO MACSKSWJ KEELE l . 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I told you NO! For the 10th time! Shine that brass work! Knock oii' ships work! glee. g.:,,.--5IEf4s1.-,..Jg..-. 1,1 f.:::.,-113-11 i.-M-'.C-i1.Zf.5'I-a.v"'i:j4"5.:14',J,eLz35bg3Q::5J,i2i.i:Jh5d2i'i3 1sun-1.zzs--..-.-......,.f-,. -. ,. . . ,K ,. A. ..Q5,..., U ,, .. . , -3- ., , , , . ,,, t., ""'G- th 'ff' '+A-ff -f -5 N " " ' ""' "' """1 ' ' -' "f?5?.::TJ"f 2-25 f. 5 2.1. P-CL:"7"'S.:-'v-f1K'f"' ':4Q"'1-:f?':-':.::'7 --51-:"-'-eg 5 ,Af --..,- 'E - fha., V, .2-. ,DP-N . ... , f..-- .,.: ,,, EL, ,, H- MQW? -5,-,,,.,, - ,Q ,,f,,,,,.,,:-Y. . -Y J. , ,De , ,-:,.q-,ge-1, .34 -. - ., -- .,-1, ., ,e,e,-,,-fr-f K,-,,,,.w Q.,-1-:1,f,, --,.,,.,Xff,L -...N ,- UNSAT! QV, W, 7 1'S64wvM Yo! whats up? -WA W Q gy, ,.,,, , 2 W, CIVIC McCray! Slow down! Got that Flying Saucer Say, 2. ,, X Yea! l'm underage! .. ' f f"W Wm we -0.41 How about a beer Jeff! Ships Office Crew A -. , , - , . -, -. .. Q - . - N-"' 1 --- yn- - 7 -' "-- -wr' -"'l'1 ' '- 5-3 Fr' --v."'N:1 : 'L T 'K "a.Q,A-limi. S N 'I ' "-- ,'-'.4 '-.-S ,':, ' '- f' '-1' f',v"4 '- -"f- 7' 11....,.:v-1,f.w::u.:-.f...p..a-::: -- .id-t f. , V - . 1 f -L-,, - , - ' V' 'En ...w+-m3.wywf...-...gg-..:1.x,.1r..-g-1,f..,f.9..-..f4.-.f-.:-11..,-gn.,1.:4-f-,. Sw ' . ,, af I know, we're lost! Where's the party? YWD I "' ,xxwwo kb N AU' . 5 .QV ' ' 5' xf h x f i " W Wf mx ,,,, , gi QAXQA .3 if N. . , K. x - ' L 5 15551: 4' Q ff J' This is the life! WEAPONS DEP RT IVIENT Weapons Department is made up of three divisions: First Division or l'Deck" is comprised of Boatswain Mates and they are responsible for maintenance and preservation of top- side spaces, ships boats, manning the helm and standing lookout watches underway. Second Division is made up of Gunners Mates and Fire Control Tech- nicians. They are responsible for Na- val Gunfire Support, small arms and ships defense using the radar con- trolled 2Omm galling gun and the 50154 caliber gun mount. LT DINKLER WEAPONS OFFICER AS Division's primary role is find- ing, identifying and destroying enemy subs. The CxMT's maintain and operate the ASROC launcher, the ST's main- tain and operate all sonar equipment and the TlVI's are in charge of all torpe- does and torpedo launching tubes. These three rates mold together to form one of the best antisubmarine warfare teams in the fleet. W gm, S DALE ENS CHAPMAN LTJCI IVIANSER DIVISION 21113 DIVISION AS DIVISION oFF1cER oFF1cER oFF1cER BMCISWJ BISBANO ST DIVISIO Deck Division is responsible for a great many du- ties. Some of these include preservation of divisional spaces, performance of preventative maintenance on everything from refuelling at sea stations to the compo- nents of MK1 flight deck vests, riggingfconducting un- reps and conreps and standing tedious underway watches. l'To lead, you must first be able to follow for without followers, there can be no leaders." A Seaman, under the supervision of Boatswains Mates, are assigned to perfonn jobs such as keeping up deck machinery, extemal structures, lines and rigging standing deck watches: such as Helm, Lee Helm, Logk, out, Messenger, Standing Sentry, Fire, Security and Anchor Watch, manning and operating small bgats winches, davits, guns, and Damage Control Parties, Without these skilled personnel, the power of the Navy would be weakened. Deck's know how and can do attitude was seen each day of the deployment even while striving on a few broken hours of sleep during Operation Desert Shieldj Storm. I I Boatswairfs Mate CBM! BIVI1 RUDOLPH BMHSWD ROUNDTREE BM2 JACKSON BM2 CUIVIMINCIS BM5 ROBERTSSON BM5 MOWELL BM5 IVIEEKINS BM5 SALOMON SN I'IlDALC1O SN FINN SN MOON SN BROOKS SA SKIDGEL SN MOORE SA MABRY SA LITWIN SA WILSON SA WING SN POINTS 56 l "W, we WZ, Y . . ., --. .,-' -,.. 54-1-.-,-, -. 4. fe.: . , ..g S--. -.. ..,. x . , xl, ,V V 4 :Qui 43.42-:LV A144 -JL l ,A ,Q -1 L , -Q A, ,iL::,gQ, Z'Y...:3-gs, Ad,-gf, it A B' K' M 1 A 1 1 ii ! f? .i ii 5 i ' f. f' i ii Si i Two's my limit! "PIZZA RUN!" 5 i Wisconsin Warmongers? CHILL WILL" checks out Rome 57 f f ' 'S A I ww K 72.7 f f X+ X Z I- , . 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H . . ,, Doc Mr. Abdomlnlzer 'M ax Common sense doesn't run rampant here! Agn' 5 Q :WW I X Bart and Homer go to war 1:11-u..,,.suq:n Z Z S Q QS X f f , .lxfxy ,WZ . ' S W ,N X S7 lx f xx mx rw -v Q Www! 1M ,I J x ' 5 " ' ' X '- - '--- g- ..gs.gf't,-E:--f' "-j. " --vu: ' ,-1921- kg-' ., ' 'fs 1 A f , .4 - - Y- - - -- -.--Y-FM Y- ,fm - ,..- , -- --- 4, f -V -, ,....-is.,-Y mf? Rust? What rust? PEACE! Now let's refuel and go home How does this thing work? Run She may Shme She must' Finally ln the SPOUIQN Baby AS DIVISIO Locating, identifying and destroying enemy sub- marines is the mission of ASW and AS Division, and when given the chance, carries out that mission ex- tremely well. M With the hopes of conducting a number of NATO and U.S. submarine training exercises, the men of the anti-submarine division set sail for the Mediterranean cruise 5190. Their hopes were soon dashed when Oper- ation Desert Shield called upon the mighty warship gf MONTGOMERY to assist with Maritime lnterdiction li Force operations in the Red Sea. There, instead of chasing submarines, AS Divi- sion manned the ships self defense force to provide cover for our boarding parties many trips to and from suspect merchant vessels. After an arduous five months and 100 successful boardings, the men of AS Division proudly accepted a letter of commendation from the Commanding Officer, R.A. Higgins, and re. tumed to the Med where they could continue their customary job of busting submarines. AS Division: Need a job, any job, done right? Call us! x ,f W I Sonar Technician Torpedoman's Gunners Mate tSTl Mate CTMJ QGMQV 5 2 STGCS FITZHUGH 5 STG1 GASPARD STG1 ooopisn 1? 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They are also tasked 1 I I SUPPLY DEP RT IVIE T with paying the crew and keeping pay records ln ord running the ships store, barber shop and keepmg soda machines stocked as well as cooking for nea 500 men. In li 1 2 Mwgww MZQW I LIT, vAcA LTJG MILLER I SUPPLY OFFICER DISBURSIINIG OFFICER I I I I I I ! , U M ess Dnsbursmg Clerk Management Shlp's Serv'Ce- il IDKI Specialist QMSJ man CSHD Msccswp DELAPAZ DISC DOMINGO MS1fSWJ THOMAS MSIISWI VMEASE V SK1 BIZENSKI It SK2 ROBINSON 5 eff IVIS2 GILBERT lm SI12 MCELVEEN I skz FRANK il! sl-15 s1MoNs I sus JORDAN I MS5 JENNINGS .4 Ni-4 I SK5 BROWN 5 DK5 DOWDELL ' 54 IVISSN PRESSLY l I SHSA MILLER 5 Storekeeper QSKJ sie? nm 4 -ul A--A fe - -A M-1-L -2 af--N.- A.: L,-gau,,.. V. ,f..1,- ,:..p,1,..L-.-. .,..1p ':.:'.- . , 1 , ....-.v....,2i:,.'I..-1.1,-g,-1.4. '. 14 l Lzgwci . I- ' ',f:.Q.: ' ' 51.T 7"f.L. ""J.f:- ,-- -'--er ' . 'r ' .,.. ,,..,.. .L M ..,. L .. 1 I I I BOARDI G P RT Y A D SHIPS SELF DEFENSE FORCE .L , E A .L EN1 RAIVIEREZ, P.O. SOTO, MS BIBEAU, GM1 IVIOTT, GIVIG1 PIT T MAN, DC5 SER- GEANT, CDR HIGGINS, CWO2 WILLIS, STG2 BARDIN, LTJG FLICK, LTCDR IVICIVIILLAN, BTC GOODWIN, DC1 FARRAY, GMC BROWN FRT ROW - SN MOON, BM5 SOLOMON, OS5 MILLER, EIVI1 WIGGINGTON, IVIACS KEELE, STG1 GAS- PARD, SK2 FRANK, SH5 SIIVIONS, ET2 BALL, DC2 BECKSTROIVI ' M Mm- QAM, SM2 TROWBRIDOE, sM1 SOUDER, ET2 BALL, SM ISf22Wl:gAg5'gLE1gOxv?1g M51 BIBEAU, GMG1 ROSEMBAUOH, BTC GOODWIN, DC1 FARRAY Dc2'BECKsTROM FRT ROW - STG1 OASPARD, EM1 WIOOIMOTOM BM5 SOLOMON, MAGS KEELE, BM5 MOON, LTJG FLICK FMHJ5OCUH,CREMI J STG2 KOROCINSKI STG2 BROCKETT STCIC BRIGHT STCI5 KNECT STCI5 EISEMAN ET2 SILKO STG5 THOMPSON .AFTSOCUHJCREWV TIVI5 IVICNICIHT STG5 WALLACE STCI5 PAYNE ST G5 FUENTES TM2 COHEN SN CANTU .rf BOARDHKITEAN The USS Elmer Montgomery Boarding Team con- sisted of 2 oflicers and approximately 20 crew members on call 24 hours a day. The Montgomery was on station in Wizard fOZ in the Northem Red Sea for 125 days con- ducting MIF Operations in support of UN sanctions against IRAQ during Operation Desert Shield. The Boarding Team set the bench mark for boarding proce- dures in the Red Sea and Persian Gulf. Demonstrating total dedication and professionalism, 100 merchant vessel boardings were conducted safely and effectively. Even at night during rough seas, the motor whale boat would transport the Boarding Team to the suspect ves- sel. A muster of the crew, inspection of the ship's cargo holds and paper work was accomplished on each ves- sel. After reporting all information, the vessel was either allowed to proceed or diverted to a port not in IRAQ, KU- WAIT, or JORDAN. The Elmer Montgomery and her Boarding Team were the first MIF Centurians in Opera- tion Desert Shield. SSDF The USS Elmer Montgomery Ship Self Defense Force was responsible for providing cover during MIF boarding operations during Operation Desert Shield. Manning the forward and after .50 caliber machine gul'lS and the bridge wing mounted M-60 machine guns, the SSDF was the primary coverage of merchant vessel Cr6W members mustered topside. All activity topside on the merchant vessel was observed and reported by the SSDF and the signal bridge to the pilot house while the Boarding Team was enroute to and from the suSPeCt vessel. The SSDF was manned and ready to meet all contingencies that the Boarding team may encounter to ensure their safe retum. -.ni :M L --1.-f--. ...Y ,-.,:v,,:1,- ,-ir-: f. 7 ' THE IVIIF CENT URIONS During 110 days on station, Elmer Montgomery conducted 100 Successful boardings, overall 12 percent of all boardings performed enforcing UN re- solutions. More boardings than accomplished by all combined multinational forces outside the Red Sea. A These are impressive statistics and gives rise to an elite club - The MIF Centurions. Those of us who have operated with Elmer Montgomery on "TOTO" station fully realize the to- tal commitment and complete professionalism re- A quired to sustain this operational tempo and n achieve this goal. This record covers five months of watch standing vigilance, engineering readiness, aggressive shiphandling and plain raw courage. On behalf of your teammates on TOTO Sta- tion, I congratulate you on your enviable accom- plishment and wish you well during the remainder of your deployment. Well done and Cheers. From RADM Gee. NAME or VESSEL DATE BoARDED COUNTRY NAME or vESSEL DATE BoARDED COUNTRY LANKA SEDEEVI 29AUG9O SRI LANKA ZORBA EXPRESS 15OCT90 ST. VINCENT ABYDOS o5SEP9o EGYPT BRAvA 15OCT9O PANAMA SOUTHERN PACIFIC OGSEPQO PANAMA KAIRoS I 14OCT9O YUGOSLAVIA JAG DEESH O7SEP9O INDIA PROFESSOR IASI O8SEP9O ROMANIA KOSTIVKIV 14ocT9o USSR GENT O8SEP9O BELGIUM JAY GAYATRI INDIA 15OCT9O INDIA RED SEA ELBE 11SEP9o CYPRUS RED SEA ELBE 16ocT9o CYPRUS NYUTA 16SEP9o PANAMA SAVINESTI 17OCT9O ROMANIA MARITIME 16SEP90 PANAMA INDIAN FRACE 17OCT9O INDIA FRIENDSHIP YOUSIF 17OCT9O oUTAR LAPIS 18SEP9O CYPRUS NYUTA 18ocT9o PANAMA HAI YING 18SEP90 PANAMA YICK WING 19ocT9o PANAMA FYOTR IVIASHEROV 18SEP9O USSR PRIVI SPLITSKI BULK GENIE 19SEP90 LIBERIA ODRED 22OCT9O YUGOSLAVIA HARRIER 2OSEP9O PANAMA GREEN OCEAN 25OCT90 PANAMA WHITE NILE 2oSEP9o SUDAN MANGAL DESAI 24ocT9o INDIA HUAL TRIBUTE 21SEP9O PANAMA KEN SKI 24ocT9o PANAMA EL CINCO 21SEP9o PANAMA AL MANSoURAH 25OCT9O CYPRUS RED SEA EUROPE 22SEP9O GERMANY LEDENICE 25NOV9O YUGOSLAVIA VADIM GLAZUNGV 22SEP9O USSR OLANDIAS 28NOV9O GERMANY HAUL TRIBUTE 22SEP9O PANAMA DONGOLA 29NOV90 CYPRUS ANIKA OLTIVIAN 25SEP9O W. 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We also had the privilege of an audience with his Holiness, Pope John Paul II. -f 1g.L.w1'vf,"1iilijifffiii: :Li-an 21'-F' 2 l'1.':f1Ta:+F-f -- . Y, , , , wx-.E-Q--1--f-V-, .V - cv., V, Au ww-'LH ' R 7,133. 7 :WV .VM,,: -.f,,i,,,,::,, .,., .,-.gy-, , lc .A , - - 'HK' .Q Vw, . Yvf.-. -K -'7i""k'-iE:IE5f2TT73?T:"1'.'ff E'33'?'?'5fF?-'n'L"5Tv' 1-fis, L:-Q -Q-7155 2'T'1"' S 1 -17:FEl.rgI11-.gl 1 ii 5 3-f-f-Q,-.:i.- ,f',, f f -1 2- '- -Q-'., -1-H 1- :L --I rg- , cv' 4 CAPRI ss n s - ' T1 25" "Q-'Tl'11"Y"2'!"Y1'1if'+ffj'. M11-V2 if-J11--"q1.:x1":-:ii':1ff'-'sgwsf'ff:-'.11-3-5-1":-1-H .4u, , X , - 1351.7-A - - :Gp ..,- - -- - . , 1 Y , . A . , S A' ' ' 'NA " p -X r,,--"':"- . :fl --:Av ..f,:,, qs.,-. 7-.Lf-Y.- . ' -. ' A ' A--.A 'Y - M ...FOR THE CDNES . 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WALSWORTH PU BLISHING COMPANY Marceline, Mo CRUISE BOOK OFFICE Janaf OHice Bldg., Suite 201 Norfolk, VA 23502 nf Ml, fkw ,Md W. ,. 53 A i,fiif1QiZQfcEf?f?ti:g '5Q,+gw'.c"'- :QL ,R 9 l5i"i'rL ff! WF? 'f'T1'.?' Ar' :.,.,N,fff.,,..,. , W ,WJN "' il' ANL", ,vA',-ff'-11-m. 'L A1 1. sAwifL.,15L1ff1, In memory of FC5 John Lee Brinson who was more than just a shipmate but a friend, a true friend to all who knew him. John was al- ways willing to help anyone who needed it, of- ten putting their needs before his own. He made a difference in everyone's life he worked and lived with. JB, you will be greatly missed by all of us and may you have a truly peaceful joumey. l 1 l J yy 16 DEC 1970-APR 1991 ,f1vf-r-f5-"TT:'-"- --F:f-'fu'-,q77,-g---Yyglf-,gif-,-.fft- .. ,,f, --,V A ,-A, 1-,V .f . . . f, , , . ,. . ..,. ,, , .,,.Y.- .,....,,.,,,,..,-.. . -A-, : gy --.-1, ,.,-51, -.lc pig -,-.-N-f f .. . -: - .1-z f v...M.,.4- -- vf..,1-.,,zT,..,..:.-....-.1,..- A ,. 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