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AND BIOGRAPHY 6 Sz 7 X.O.S IST HALFXZND HALF WESTPAC 8 Sz 9 ENGINEERING I 10 SUPPLY 23 NAVXADMIN 27 WEAPONS 30 OPERATIONS 43 WESTPAO 77-78 53 IN CHRONOLOGY POEM 54 STATISTICS 55 WESTPAC PORT VISITS 56 CRUISE 130014 STAFF 100 THE SHIP S INSIGNE The central red and gray portlon of the crest IS taken from the coat of arms of the ENGLAND famlly The SIX stars ln the outllnmg blue fleld represent the SIX Japanese submarlnes sunk by the Oflgllflal USS ENGLAND CDE 6353 IH the twelve day perlod 1n late May 1944 7 ' 3 COMMANDING OFFICERS OF USS ENGLAND CCG-223 W. J. CASPARI ....... R. E. BREGA ...... Q L. H. SELL ........ R. H. EWING ....... G. A. MITCHELL .... O. L. NORMAN, JR. J. J. PAULIS, JR. .... . J. R. HOGG ............... J. M. POINDEXTER C. N. AMMERMAN DEC 1963-DEC 1964 DEC 1964-NOV 1965 NOV 1965-SEPT 1966 SEPT 1966-FEB 1968 ....... FEB 1968-MAY 1969 MAY 1969-APRIL 1970 ......... JUNE 1971-OCT 1972 ........ OCT 1972-OCT 1974 OCT 1974-APRIL 1976 APRIL 1976- This Guided Missile Cruiser IS the second United States Navy ship to bear the name ENGLAND Both have been named in honor of Ensign John Charles England who was killed in action on the battleship USS OKLAHOMA during the attack at Pearl Harbor on December 7 1941 The original ENGLAND was a destroyer escort KDE 6355 which established an unmatched record during World War Two by smking six Japanese submarines in a twelve day period This action occurring in May of 1944 destroyed a scouting line of submarines and caused the Japanese to erroneously re orient their defenses USS ENGLAND actions which contributed so importantly to the allled victory in the Pacific USS ENGLAND CCG 225 was built by Todd Shipyard Corporation of San Pedro California and commissioned on December 7 1963 With a length of 533 feet a beam of 54 feet and a full displacement of over 7 800 tons the ship IS powered by modern steam turbine engines and can reach maximum speeds in excess of 30 knots ENGLAND is equipped with TERRIER guided missiles anti submarine rocket torpedoes CASROCJ two twin 'S 50 caliber rapid fire gun mounts and two triple tube torpedo launchers Her extended range sonar provides early detection and engagement of hostile submarines and her computerized Naval Tactical Data System QNTDSJ coupled with radar guided missiles presents a formldable threat to attacking aircraft and hostile ships From April 1970 to June 1971 ENGLAND underwent an extensive modernization and rebuilding program at Bath lron Works in Bath Maine. Her present configuration and modern weaponry reflect the latest naval technology at the time of her recommissioning on June 26 1971 and present a powerful peace-keeping addition to the U.S. Navy. Homeported in San Diego California ENGI AND has completed numerous deployments to the Western Pacific. She is a member of the Pacific Fleet s Naval Surface Forces and serves as a unit of Cruiser-Destroyer Group FIVE. CDE-6355 was awarded a Presidental Unit Citation for her CAPTAIN C. NEIL AMMERMAN UNITED STATES NAVY CAPT AMMERMAN was born in Greensburg, PA, in April 1932. He enlisted in the Naval Reserve program in 1949, qualified a year later for admission to the U.S. Naval Academy, and graduated with honors in 1954. As an ensign he served aboard the destroyer McCAFFERY for two years in the gunnery and engineering departments. He next served as Executive Officer of USS PORTAGE CPCE-9025, and in 1957, as Commanding Officer of USS ELY QPCE-8801, his ship was one of the first to transit the new St. Lawrence Seaway. In 1958 he was assigned to the National Security Agency for duty in the area of technical intelligence. He then attended the University of Maryland for graduate work in applied mathematics and earned a Masters Degree in 1961. After another year of doctoral studies, he became Missile Fire Control and Talos Missile System Officer on USS OKLAHOMA CITY, Seventh Fleet flagship, and was involved in the initial naval action in the Gulf of Tonkin during August 1964. For his work in the field of nuclear weapons effects completed in 1967 at the Lawrence Radiation Laboratory, Livermore, CA. CAPT AMMERMAN received the Joint Service Commendation Medal. CAPT AMMERMAN reported aboard USS STANDLEY QDLG-321 in October 1967 as Executive Officer. He later served as Assistant to the Deputy Director, Research and Technology, ODDR Sc E, from November 1968 to June 1971, and received the Legion of Merit for outstanding management of research and development programs. CAPT AMMERMAN assumed command of USS JOHN S. MCCAIN KDDG-361 in September 1971. He was awarded the Bronze Star Medal with Combat "VH for his actions during hostilities off the coast of the Republic of Vietnam and North Vietnam between April and October 1972. Most recently, CAPT AMMERMAN was Professor of Naval Science and Commanding Officer of the NROTC Unit at UCLA. He is married to the former Pamela Henderson, also of Greensburg, PA. They reside in Westlake Village, CA, with their four children: Lisa, Dirk, Craig and Brian. .fbs CDR RANDY K. BARRY USN. EXECUTIVE OFFICER 1ST HALF CRUISE LCDR ED K KRISTEN SEN USN. EXECUTIVE OFFICER 2ND HALF CRUISE GI EERI G DEP RT LCDR Warren Johnson 4 1 if 3 Elm E " - .W " " 1752 L1 . f' -"""'L"- . 3-Qfivff ' , 1 . " ' S ,.,,. 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M 5 'ATII l MMC James Deathrage MM2 Thomas Jamieson ,, X, A Q ,Q .ff ' ' i achinist's Mate CMM? ENFN Joe Guthrie MMFN Gary Neil MMFN Robert Ploughman ENFN George Reynolds ' 4 'ij ' - iroi , ,,, ."i, 1 '7,1V i',"' ' 1, P fu, Ar 2 MM2 And Sandoval , ,.,, , . Y . , gif MM3 Redentor Trias ENFN Anthony Decesare X 7 M, S if 2 ra , V,,V, , LLV. ,:,,,,-, A A 1:1 ,,re R , ,,r, I Q R L, ,V ','.' fj ? , A o,"i' L -,,V, 1 ,I Vl, 1 I i s I .riioi 1 , A f I f z -'M J, ' f u - ' 1 1 I n Q --. A 1 4 W S' ssois iss 1 fs I ,9:3:,i,, Vg ,i?,,W Q-. I 1 ,V.: T, V , , ,, , Lgpgigff VL .V ? " Q , ,M f 7 I ,,,' , I , x -I: 1 " ff P -f P P or 7' ,ji f"g x .L I E f 4 'R . A A KP' L : Z -7, N! ,g is -2 fggllil V , U f gp - J- it f lll gllil 1 , 3.55-' ' X :-- - msn.-11-er..'1n::1 QM 47192 Q , , """?"'!r'!"U'l'ff'! " kk ff:-ug iw '-I QX-3,1 ' E -Z Mg n ' Wi 1 , , , 4 E alillggjq gg, 2 V5 1 ' fl A,f .a , . E wig E- vig: Wi in tm! 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' mqyfr ' if G' f, 2, fri: ' Q, ig, ,,fk,' Q -:if f SH3 William McCreary f 4 gs' 35 R. , , f , N .3 - ,L E SH3 Danny Thomas is in . , DKSA Bentley Harrington 'K l five SHSN Noe Martinez i R . 'si X , li S YE 4 . 4 if , .JJ ' rf. CDKJ xg? F' is ef 2 ,gen f 2, s I ,e gms, k ff F ,pp 4 ffwiflw , ,QM WN ' ,germ S f , fm f. ,fre ef 'l SM? , X ' M . 14 L, . Us A Z v5fmvy955f ,W . , 9 TZ., C' ,win 133 ff FY iii, my M. ,. ' ' ' r . ..,if':?.2".E-g ,u5vf5, . .,,r, 5 H ? 1 vi NAVXADMI LTJ G Hal Whalen 3 ' 'f 1 -' 'V wezwf gyiwgfq , f ,J Qflwwfvffff igfivgfdv ' Q " ' fr . , - .M f - vf , mg ' iff' . if 66 f f 7, K M A 1 , gf f - 2 2 Chaplain George Lindsey E , , r W 1 , V erer f r r . , 1 Y -, S ' . Hr A jx may I an S tt tt ' N 4' he A r t A rf , , ' jeg ,1 56 " ,,.' :gag-1:5 1 VVA- r Va QMSN Stephen Laub A QMSA Ronald Lougheed he W W , S 5 , A ff g,-' 1 r S G 2 f N S' Ii -'1' - 'ill E f ',Kk' t N t PNC Lennie Wagoner HMC Sam McNe1l Personnelman r f ' r Vyee fe e,nn 1 ' r' r nne'n'e fy 'fig r - , 2 PN2 Thomas Dowty ' r M rf Q PN3 Thomas Mann 4 , ,n y 1 i PC2 Terry Mlller IC2 Enrlgue Mayo ' ' P I XI gl 1 Q ' 28 Hi STQI ' 1 ve he QM2 Rick Harpin QM3 Stephen Stewart QM SN Jerry Bradford Quartermaster W 1 4..,,ef,,pfqy , f Nwrvrf v rm f f 0 5' QQ ' Q 25.29 fr ff 911. 1 C f W? L .K sl 6 r R , Q XY! Q ,ae ew 9 fl' Y J .5 dig L 4fv2,'w4fi f -5391 if . rf A reef. 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Hospital Corpsman QHMJ Yeoman QYNJ i F i l HM3 Bernie YN3 Michael YN3 Gregory YNSN Michael Edens Boyd Vlessman Coffey Navy Master at Arms counselor rnci ciilf-ii Journalist moi E PO DEP , 35 - f i is W , ff My y ,AZ .5 4 , zwggfh 1 ' K 5 45 V M ,, 'S wwf 5 M m y wif V ' f Q f 1 1 ff! ' if f' A X444 ff f ff E f f w sf N LCDR Ian Gordon f " W-if :cm q:?p7f:',+ 7 f f HQ ini? 4,9 f .',y5g1w-bwllfydlzymf ' W - ri ' 1 -Im: ,- V V 11 ,W LTJ G Daniel Vilotti N V Ng, , ,. i 1 Eli , M Q S i w 'X lg Ensign Paul Swagler RTME E, i in i f .Milf 6 Zim Y ig., xggsf?SK gm 'X' ,fmgw H vim, , 1 'Q 'P EX ,of Symf 5 W 4 w 'qs-W5 Hi , mf' 'XMIK ., .,,, .. ,, 5 FA ns. v , Wfhtfizi f " Q W ' 55 A , Q ,5 Q, 5 -5 ,Y Y- 'f 'I X .Q AQ, Ensign Paul Cassani sa V, gn 945211 E3 mdhm. "Tal . 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' . 9 3 - J V C f t as - 'MQW ,, 'KJ ' J, .SKA Fire Control Technician CFTJ FTMC Joseph Boyle FTMC Rex Dewell FTMC Cecil Spears FTM1 Dan Brewster FTM1 Harry Nelson FTM1 George Shileikis FTM1 Clifford Shuler FTM1 Ronald Swafford FTM2 John Bonadio FTM2 Joseph Coulter FTM2 Charles Marley FTM2 William Nickerso I1 9 , 1 71:15 iAffQQiL, w Ag :Lf ff? A 5' 2 Q s 'Vf U gf' ' A .. I xx 1 an ,W .Nm . -,wr ,. A A: Al- A A331 A , 5, , yy W 1 f f Af ff ,A A31 A ,, , .X h,A., Q , , , if .f,f'rMf1QwA2 A 'A 1 ,A xifeA1Q1ifA1f1f FTM2 Dan Pratt - zrz- w': FTM3 Abel Arenas , , , , , A FTM3 John Anderson Jr. 1 ,-" Q , ggi e f"' I FTM3 Denneth Applegate . , A- ,n.n A v , , 1,n , ,,, I A xX.k, 7,031 . -Lx' E , ,L wa' V .. ., -Jia, --.. -M ,, ' ' 253 .HSM 2 A .i A ' ,"' ff?" 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V it H e - Y .S Yjfggi if STG3 Kenneth Lovin ni ' Exif STG3 Robert Mortensen STG3 Kenneth Ziviello ' Q7 5 74 GMTSN Thomas Elwood so eeon I X ,oo f I r ,.., h hh Wir it ' GMTSN Donald Hector , Y ' TMSN Frank Maestas ZA: ' A x"' ' STGSN Bill McLaughlin I- 1 H3 TMSA Huey Moss y S if ' J f i rore i 4 gf A Lm...BI., . Sonar Technician CST? STGSN John Welker AS DI 110 AS DIVISION, comprised of Surface Sonar Technicians QGTGJ, Gunners Mates Technician CGMTJ and Torpedomens Mates CTMD, is responsible for all Anti-Submarine Warfare Systems on ENGLAND as well as the underwater telephone and fathometer. The entire division serves as the manpower pool to man the ASW weapons handling teams under the supervision of the leading PO's of each rate in the division. The ASW system enjoys a reputation of high system readiness throughout the cruise with the best success rate in exercise weapon firings. Torpedoman's Mate QTMQ -qw.. ...5H:1- .--Aggr ,,v 1,-:rf X f ff' ff " ,ff X ff ..,.f"f, .---""'! ..,'A"""' ,f"j EPS A ORK 42 4 fm ' ' .4 m..A:.,m,3. -..-,,,.M..f,.,,,N q.m.fQ,ELgf,-Q-Q.-qq:4:W45aqnLi:ai xwmxw. gayiaw m:5,,..: :ggi -ww an -.h.z.1v:ss m v OPER TIO DEP RTME T 'Xu 4 4 ,Alf 5 .ik 1. Q K , , Nh K - L L LCDR Peter Gaskin . V L o Q FI, , , A KM, Q we ,, I I :VXV i LT Julian Matthews LTJG George Atkinson LTJG Dan McDonagh ww -ff, Ensign Richard Coleman Ensign Jay O'Keefe I I I I OE DI I IO OE DIVISION is the home of the versatile Electronic Technicians. The Division Officer is the Electronic Material Officer CEMOJ. OE01 is the radar workcenter and includes naviagationfair search radars, Tacan CTactical Air Navigationl and IFF fldentification Friend or Foel. OEO2 is the communication workcenter and includes low, high, very high and ultra high frequency comm gear. They are also responsible for Omega and Loran Navigation Aides. OEIO3 is the Test EquipmentfCalibration workcenter and is responsible for calibration, repair, inventory and custody of all test equipment used onboard. They are I responsible to provide these services not only to their division, but to almost every other division on the ship. l f , i , t yeies I c I V ,V , f r uyik r R IV I L I I yric I rrsc I g 'r-- 4 II . f ' e . v A IE VV , , I ,, ' fs IL iz ann I :nigga 'Ig rris If I . A i 'WH V I Iyri I J I I I ieir I a rrre I rreee I I rrl' I J A gy iV,,V Q, Q A2 ,bk cf'e , , , i,,,. ,,i,r , e J A :lk A i V pg ,, Ag Iv K l Wy. , 'I i I y r I I I I 4 7 IIII I iiIs,I I I N ew Hmmu Icis I .. e eesrs I ry, ,I'Is y I A -if I I -,Ik.' .f-"" ' i ' I ir' 5 'Q' I I i I EI I I I I ll ll ' I 1 Y 1 Q 4 - 5354 Q 13- it Q I Electronics I , Technician QETJ ' 44 Ensign Lew Schmitt ETC erald Freye ET1 obert Lawrence ET1 Charles Smith ETR2 John Boden ETN2 Peter Clarendon ETR2 Robert Mooney ETN2 Robert Stump g . -yi I .. ,K X li en ka I f X . K i r 3, 5 Q X ,K Y. . . .Qt- Y l .sig 5 M W3 I 5,-891 , . 'V -g'gg F xi--ifwlw S "' . . K - 1 , 5 , 3 5. if gr M259 fi S 1 .-', - l 1, V L L,-- q ' ' A-e 'll S -ea, l 5 , f N eq, , k J gl .. ,, 3 , -',,h , S 4 f r fe l .. S S iii. 7 i 55.952 A ' ' gfigfxlvh w l ki -- N - X 'wiv . . '152m .J2'w'lQi -ww '- if. . . g, n - f .' 1. , g Q, L... 'I' Fi. fm., r 1 I , , , ,.., Q f 2? , ,E 'aff' 1 'Af X 'fi if f i: H z '0' A ' ,L',. yi' z 1L-, nifi i V, Qjfx 7 W V, f' .fi ETN2 Gerritt Oatfield ETN3 Stephen Bailey ETR3 John Bouley ETN3 Jaime Gandara ETN3 Mide Graw ETN3 Marvin Heard ETN3 Terry Mathewson ETN3 William Parks ETN3 Timothy Soller ETN3 Lawrence Saunders SA Charles Jones SA Philip White l M uf , 1 . , jim, Ili X ii .,.,-mf, J' - is -3 Radioman CRMJ - A ., OC DIVISIO OC DIVISION is actually two mini divisions encompassing both Radiomen and Signalmen. Their two diverse rates are both involved in virtually all the ship's communication with outside sources. RM's work in Radio Central is to ensure that CIC's radio circuits are 'Kup" at all times as well as receiving and distributing all the ship's message traffic. They are the "first to know". Signalmen use various forms of communication such as signal flags, semaphore and flashing light to talk to other ships in company. This is important during periods of radio silence. I 9 Signalman CSMJ RM2 Ernest Miller SM3 Guy Rader RM3 Fredrick Abrams RM3 Daniel Cutts ffi W , I 'gf ' ., h '. 5 N "'l 'ri f, . . ,, SM1 Theophills Clark . ' , yp' ' ttts SM2 Thomas Berger f 1 f we ' SM2 John Eyberg ,,,. . v 2 if 2 J Y 1 K avi -.,f f'.k K k 1 ' g . -:,,' I V. . 'MN' - fr.r . L , . ,.s, f i ' iii, "r" Q K ' " , Eg 'Ll t I . ".t .,' is V ' if N I. -"' , y "m-was, I x ' saw l L! va ' ' '-'i"W'5'-'-S 5324, ' .-:.g.. .kr x Nuvx Q Y f ,-us, S3 'H- RMSN Samuel Lockhart HV? ,ni if A Uh. ,Je Wage' wa Wa '54 5 5 RMS Donald Mlller RM3 Dennls Newton RM3 Scott Wasescha SM3 Dennls Wooda SN Garry Davls SMSA Thomas Harland RMSA John Zegray Jr, dig Sat com? -. , QM kg, a r S . S X- I .i ' 14 Lfyy A It Q f ff? ' 'VS ' A .,-' K 'gym K x N' K ,F " ,,,. ir , A. . , K K ll 'f i 3, S K k.rV ,rki 3 , Wrik X t -V.,kVk V V.,..r ,- K I 'Q g ,lrt 'r 1 , V . S ' -, ..rf' It V - -.wif AS' ' 5 ',': f V - ' K 3 'Y ' --VVI S' ' ' "t, J ' ' SMSN Peter Hubbard A I .,,,,,. V 1 1 f 4 ' laar' f a l w fard A S ' 't't - ,',: qvviggf' 7r--V 1 M 1, , ., DI ISIO OW Division has the honor of being in competition with OD and Ol Divisions for 'fWho can get off the Brow First". A very quiet group they spend most of their QE-5 and belowl on watch when at sea and out in town while in port. They continually amaze CIC by finding ships where none had existed. They get harassed most often by setting strange EMCON conditions. OW tz t enjoyed finally seeing real reds after five I months of oranges and blues. Electron IC Warfare Technician QEWJ fli2?S?1I7, 4, K Q ,.',' ".,, QV ..-,.. W r v .V t . EW1 Gary Pehle EW2 John Bee ' Q ' it r"' . - 45' EW2 Edward Botsch l,r,r Neg we r ' rerres ' -2 w Q 1' N r S ,. rrer 'l . A f 'ry' 'V - .. . "f-r Q ebbb 2 , 5,3 ,t,- 7,3921 p f gk N EW2 Dennis Coshow ' ifzlzi f., ' if f ? G MN? if . - ,, f--- -,t,'g t..l ? at EW3 David Imeson e'rtL' '- 'te', X V EW3 Joseph Silva TV., y r LF fnb. 48 W S L g -ei. xi? . Q fi 1 i . 'J ,R '23 A Y K RX! it 7 .qm- 'ii' X 5533 Y X il. 5 4 OD Division is the home of the world-renown Date Systems Technicians. Noted for intelligence and integrity, DS' responsible for maintaining the Navy's Tactical Data System aboard the USS ENGLAND which has been dubbed the UNTDS Ship of Sevenflt!" S are are Q ttt S rsi lux .V ' K 5 Y "W" ,figf 1 X ilyti N is L L' ssts L lt ii . fy v -V VWL- 51 I K. : 3 L tit c't' L , ,... Y tei , , X f 4 . , 5 4 U, V Q4- 4 Data Systems Technician CDSJ DSC James Manues DS1 Roger Tjarks DS2 Larry Collins DS2 Kevin Murphy DS2 Larry Rowse DS2 James Scott DS2 Michael Woods DSSN Richard Varela OI DIVISIO OI Division, the largest and most important in OPS is more directly concerned with the collection of data from radar and radio sources. Radar is the "eyes of the ship and is their primary tool in locating and tracking aircraft and ships. In port their primary job is getting early liberty, playing Star Trek and avoiding paperwork as much as possible. They stand Port and Starboard Watches in CIC underway and sleep twelve hours a day. 1- Operations Speoialist QOSJ ,, ,, A I .. was , 5, ,, ,ya X if yu Y is s frm ,mist . ' , Q : maj, 1511"-'A Q. , , 2 f i wif i' 1" s :Q r i, , ,i , ,t,. 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Mar 23Li3I."'III1... IIIQQI Inport San Diego - Upkeep Underway to Pearl Harbor - Commence Phase II of Transitex 1-77 Inport Pearl Harbor Underway to Subic Bay, Republic of Philippines - Conducting Transitex 1-77! CSSQT fCombat Systems Ships Qualification Testj Inchop Seventh Fleet Inport Subic Bay, R.P. - Upkeep. Underway to Buckner Bay, Okinawa Inport, Buckner Bay Underway to Mindoro, R.P.- - Commence Bayanihan IVfFortress Lightning with Task Group 76 Patroling off Mindoro, R.P. for Fortress Lightning Enroute to Subic Mobile Sea Range - Missilex 1-78 Underway in Subic Opareas-Missilex 1-78 Inport Subic Bay - Upkeep Underway to Keelung, Taiwan Inport Keelung - Port Visit Underway to RDV with KITTY HAWK - CVTG 77.5 East of Guam fSkirted Typhoon KIMJ Enroute to Yokosuka, Japan with CVTG-77.5 Inport, Yokosuka, Japan - Upkeep Underway with KITTY HAWK CVTG 77.5 - enroute South Korea Straits Underway with KHAWK CVTG in Sea of Japan Enroute with CHICAGO to Inchon, ROK - Finex USNXROKN ASWEX K 1-78 Inport Inchon - Port Visit Underway to South China Sea with KHAWK CVTG near Okinawa WASEX 1-78 near Okinawa Enroute Subic Bay, R.P. Inport Subic -Opready Upkeep Inport Subic - Upkeep Underway - Enroute to Hong Kong, British Crown Colony, with KHAWK CVTG 77.5 Inport Hong Kong - Port Visit Underway - Escorting KHAWK CVTG near Subic for Exercise Cope Thunder Inport Subic Bay - Major Upkeep Underway - South China Sea Ops Missilex 2-78 - Subic Mobile Sea Range READEX 1-78 with KHAWK CVTG-77.5 Underway from Buckner Bay after READEX Hot Washup - Enroute to Sasebo, Japan Inport Sasebo - Upkeep Underway with USS MIDWAY CVTG 77.4 Near South Korea - "Underway for the U.S.A.!!" Operation Team Spirit - Sea of Japan Independent Patrol Station, Sea of Japan - Picket for MIDWAY and KHAWK. Formation Steaming - Team Spirit in Sea of Japan Enroute from Sea of Japan to Guam with JOUETT Inport Guam - Refuel Underway with TU 75.5! Conducting Transitex 6-78. Enroute to Pearl Harbor INCHOP 3rd Fleet-TG 35.8 Surprise Open Ocean Missilex Inport Pearl - Commence Operation Tiger Underway - Enroute to San Diego Conducting Transitex 6-78 Arrive San Diego 1000 at Pier 4 Naval Station - END WESTPAC 77-78 wh ffemff f ff This cruise has been a very educational adventure For seeing new Worlds is no longer a maybe. And in my later years of life I can open up this book and reminisce my days in the Navy. Dennis .l. Woods ,i , A 'fifdi 3" E v-,-,.r,,,,-1-tg ,-,.:g...:,.1-.,..,1.,,.'. ...,. ' 1 DEP RTURE . . ' W' -ff 'Km 5' , l Q, f TP ' s .A If wfr' 1 6 SEP 1977 Q ' X xxikgxx .X my M En' ,N X 1 N .R' - 1--U '-w.y'f"-..-ZNM, " YY- ' V9 . Q x Q.,:yQ,,x,:Qx "QQ V Q 4,9 X 'R QZYS1, . x -4 ' -'X .1 A- WF' i M? :si -'WY X,- S Q, M Xaifiw fi x -f ,...1,.,,...-. 1. - .Mm wig 8 PE RL RBOR ff , K gy K J 2 , . ""' -mu Ava., and ,1.w,.u N 1 f. ,- .M ,- xy, .- 4' :gm--1-.1-. f ,vm f S 5 i , Mm K M Q---f-1 s ff ww- ,,:-:-w,--.N-,,-,--.f 11- ..,., 4. ,.,.,,,7,.,k:,,. 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