England (CG 22) - Naval Cruise Book

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RISIS T11R12iw,xr DESCR1PT10 DUO 056.44 ,meg GCA kd DE SAST LAS.-KRD Wig as ,,,, 3, 5 XOXX UNIX :uh-Agn: i3!2lllz5j499,.:Sf!1lf. va abiwnbma Grgk: L1 521' rain,-su Eva:-a.xJ.5L5 sn: ws 1 :fu 5 LAN TABLE OF CONTENTS ENGLAND LOG 1982 HISTORY COMMANDING OFFICER EXECUTIVE OFFICER COMMAND MASTER CHIEF THE YEAR IN PICTURES DEPARTURE PEARL HARBOR, HI TRANSIT SUBIC BAY, R.P. SINGAPORE EQUATOR DIEGO GARCIA, BIOT PERTH, AUSTRALIA HOME COMING NORTH ARABIAN SEA OPERATIONS TIGER CRUISE DEPARTMENTS NAVIGATIONXADMINISTRATIVE ENGINEERING OPERATIONS SUPPLY WEAPONS EPILOGUE SHlP'S CREST USS ENGLAND KDE-6351 HISTORY The keel for USS ENGLAND QDE-635j was laid on 4 April 1943 at the shipyards of Bethlehem Steel Company, San Francisco, California. ENGLAND was named for Ensign john Charles England, USNR who was killed in the attack on Pearl Harbor, 7 December 1941, while serving aboard USS OKLAHOMA. The ship was sponsored by his mother, Mrs. LB. England, who wielded the champagne bottle at the christening ceremonies on 26 September 1943. After officially joining the United States Navy at commissioning ceremonies on 10 December 1943, ENGLAND proceeded to compile a record of achievements that remains unsurpassed to this day. As a result of her devastating anti-submarine war- fare operations against units of the Imperial japanese Navy, the President of the United States awarded the Presidential Unit Citation to USS ENGLAND for service as set forth in the following citation: "For outstanding performance in combat against enemy forces from 19-31 May 1944. Utilizing to the full all available weapons and equipment, the USS ENGLAND skillfully coordinated her attacks with other vessels and with cooperating aircraft, striking boldly and with exceptional precision at the enemy. ln a sustained series of attacks, she destroyed six hostile ships within twelve days, effecting this devastating blow to enemy operations lduringl a particularly crucial period and disrupting attempts by the enemy to supply or evacuate key units. By this heavy loss .to the enemy, the ENGLAND contributed substantially to the unmolested advance of the United States Fleet pointing toward subsequent seizure and occupation by our forces. A gallant and my , . -f " s"" Q iii W'rrr A , . ,,,,.. I daring fighter, superbly ready for combat, ENGLAND has achieved an outstanding record of success, reflecting the highest credit upon her gallant officers and men and the United States Naval Service." On 9 May 1945, during the Okinawa Campaign ENGLAND was attacked and severely damaged by a kamikaze plane. ENGLAND was decommissioned ON 15 October 1945, and stricken from the Naval Registry on 1 November 1945. The spirit of USS ENGLAND QDE-6351 was reborn on 7 December 1963, the twenty-third anniversary of the death of the ship's namesake, Ensign john Charles England, when the second USS ENGLAND QDLG-221 was commissioned by Mrs. Clair Engle at Todd Shipyard Corporation, San Pedro, CA. The ship's crest carries on the tradition of both Ensign ENGLAND and the first USS ENGLAND. The central red and gray portion of the crest is taken from the coat of arms of the ENGLAND family and the six white stars on the outlining blue field represent the six japanese submarines sunk by the original ENGLAND. ENGLAND has a length of 533 feet, a beam of 54 feet, a full load displacement exceeding 8160 tons and can reach speeds in excess of 30 knots. The ship is equipped with Terrier guided missiles, anti-submarine rocket torpedoes CASROCJ, Harpoon surface to surface missiles, two 20-MM Close-ln Weapons Systems CCIWSJ, and two triple tube torpedo launchers. Her extended range sonar provides early detection and engagement of hostile submarines and her computer- ized Naval Tactical Data System QNTDSJ coupled with radar guided missiles, presents a formidable threat to attacking aircraft and hostile ships. From April 1970, to june 1971, ENGLAND underwent an extensive modernization and rebuilding program at Bath Iron Works in Bath, Maine. ENGLAND was redesignated CG-22 on 1 july 1975, to reflect her status as a major warship in today's Navy. An extensive overhaul and further update took place from january 1980 to April 1981. Her present configuration and modern weaponry reflect the latest Naval Technology and presents a powerful peacekeeping addition to the United States Navy. Homeported in San Diego, CA., ENGLAND has completed numerous deployments to the Western Pacific and Indian Ocean areas. She is part of Pacific Fleet's Naval Surface Forces and serves as a unit of Cruiser-Destroyer Group Five. ENGLAND has been awarded the Navy Unit Commendation, Meritorious Unit Commendation, Navy Expeditionary Medal, Humanitarian Service Medal, National Defense Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Sea Service Deployment ribbon with one bronze star, Vietnam Service Medal and currently holds the following Departmental awards for Excellence: Operations E QSEVENTHCONSECUTIVE AWARDJ, WEAPONS E QFOURTH CONSECUTIVE AWARDI, COMMUNICATIONS C CSECOND CON- SECUTIVE AWARDJ, ANTI-SUBMARINE WARFARE A QTHIRD CONSECUTIVEJ and ELECTRONIC WARFARE EW. This cruisebook could more aptly be entitled crew's book, for it is men that make the ENGLAND and ENGLAND history. The 1982 Deployment is but another chapter in the ENGLAND STORY. as N fs, . Q. 2 5 5 " . its fr 1 I . f I X ,A m fr . ' ny . " ' 1, . Mt 3 JI Y L-I1 ni' 'Z ' fwff V N , K QP' !V,, ,V Q ' f , 35N ? f Ai! f f x 2 4 I f 2 x ,W X ,, , 5 ' fm, , 1 .4 ' sg! f fs. + . ,M ,M-, M , !, A ,W ui' I .11 43 if if X391 CQMMANDHNG OFFICER CAPTAI HE RY H. MAUZ IR. UNITED STATES NAVY Captain Henry H. Mauz, lr., USN, of Denver Colorado, graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy on 3 june 1959. His initial assignment was to USS IOHN A. BOLE QDD-7551 where he served as First Lieutenant until june 1961. He was then assigned to Commander Destroyer Division 172, and later COMDESDIV 52, as Staff Operations Officer from 1961 to 1963. Subsequent sea tours included Operations Officer, USS BLUE QDD-7441 during the period 1965 to 1966. He was then assigned as Officer in Charge of River Patrol Division 543 and operated patrol boats in the rivers of South Vietnam until April 1967. From june 1967 to August 1969, Captain MAUZ was Commanding Officer of USS PRIME QMSO-4661. He served as Executive Officer, USS SAMPSON QDDG-10j from September 1970 to March 1972, and then as Commanding Officer USS SEMMES QDDG-18j until December 1973. While in SEMMES, he deployed with the NATO Standing Naval Force Atlantic. ln january 1974, Captain MAUZ was assigned to the U.S. Mission to NATO in Brussels where he served on the staff of the U.S. Ambassador to NATO until july 1976. Other significant tours ashore included the Naval Postgraduate School, where he studied Electrical Engineering, the Air Command and Staff College and the Naval War College where he was the U.S. Navy member of the Naval Command Command College, the course for senior allied naval officers. Captain MAUZ reported to ENGLAND from the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, where he served in the Strategy and Concepts Branch QOP-6035. Captain MAUZ holds the Legion of Merit, the Bronze Star with Combat "V", the Meritorious Service Medal, the Navy Achievement Medal with two gold stars in lieu of subsequent awards, and various campaign and service medals. He is married to the former Peggy O'Neill of Fresno, California. They have four children. Dear Shlpmates ENGLAND's 1982 deployment really started ln january when the ship left San Diego for the slx week exercise READIEX 2 82 Then after a month of preparation for overseas movement KPOMJ we left again on 7 Aprll not to return untll October In many respects It was a dlfflcult deployment Liberty ports were few and far between and our at sea time was concentrated In the Indian Ocean and North Arabian Sea durlng the heart of the Summer Monsoon And yet despite these klnds of hardships the deployment has been an unqualified success We can all look back on thus deployment wlth pride and a sense of achievement We made every commitment with the best looking and best runnlng englneerlng plant around Our combat systems established new records for performance and rellab1llty We performed well ID a varlety of warfare commander assignments and led the way In Battle Group communications Our Supply Department provlded the day ln and day out support for the crew and our equipment that made all of this possible All of this happened because ENGLAND has an outstandlng crew men who really care about their ship and thelr shlpmates There IS splrlt about this shlp going back to the orlglnal ENGLAND, that does not let us settle for second best This splrlt IS not magic but simply the result of working hard and pulling together This crulse book wlll be a reminder of what we accomplished together Whether we remaln with the shlp or move on to other things It will serve as a lasting tribute to frlendshlp and prlde Thank you for the prlvllege of serving with you idea H H MAUZ ,IR Captain U S Navy Commanding Officer . I I I ' I I , " I I ' I I uss ENGLAND CCG-223 byrrry g Ma" Commander Sheldon L. MARC-OLIS, USN, of Baltimore, Maryland, graduated via the NROTC Program from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute on 9 june 1965. He reported to USS MULLINIX in September 1966, and first served as MPA and DCA, and then as acting Chief Engineer until june 1968. Following training at Mare Island, he was assigned as OperationsfExecutive Officer of River Patrol Division 574 and operated patrol boats in the rivers of South Vietnam until February 1969. From july 1969 until june 1972, Commander MARGOLIS was assigned to the Naval Postgraduate School where he earned a Master of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering. This was followed by tours as Operations Officer and Executive Officer in USS LOWRY QDD-770, from july 1972 until October 1973, and Combat Systems Officer in USS IOUETT QCG-29j from February 1975 to january 1977. ln February 1977, Commander MARGOLIS reported to the Naval Ship Weapon System Engineering Station, Port Hueneme, where he served as At-Sea Test Director for the Aegis and COXSM-2 missile systems development programs. Commander MARGOLIS reported to ENGLAND after being Officer-ln-Charge of the Aegis Combat System Engineering Development site in Moorestown, New jersey from November 1979 until November ' 1980. Commander MARGOLIS detached from ENGLAND 17 luly 1982, and will take Command of USS LYNDE MCCORMICK QDDG-Bj. Commander MARGOLIS holds the Bronze Star with Combat "V", Meritorious Service Medal, Purple Heart, Combat Action Ribbon and various unit citations, campaign and service medals. He is married to the former Elizabeth M. Koeber, of Pittman, New jersey. COMMANDER SHELDON L. MARC-OLIS EXECUTIVE OFFICER 'ir' T, V . . X . g 2 MARCH 81 - 17 IULY 1982 l m-159, Commander Peter J. Gaskin, ll, USNR, a native of New York was born in New York City on May 11, 1945. He attended the University of Pennsylvania on two occasions. In 1966, he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in American Civilization. In 1974, he graduated from the Wharton School with a Master's in Business Administration. Commissioned in 1966, his first surface assignment was as Gunnery Assistant and DASH Officer in USS STICKELL QDD-888j. He later served as Navigator and ASW Officer in STICKELL. In july 1969, then Lieutenant Gaskin, graduated from the Department Head Course at the U.S. Naval Destroyer School in Newport, R.I. Following graduation, he reported to USS LYMAN K. SWENSON QDD-7291 where served as Operations Officer until February 1971. With Commander Naval Forces Vietnam, he served as Senior Advisor to Vietnamese River Patrol Division 62 and the Advanced Tactical Support Base at Phuoc Xuyen. From june 1974, to july 1976, he was assigned to a Financial Management billet in the Officer Distribution Division QPERS-43 of the Bureau of Naval Personnel. In October 1976, he served as Operations Officer in USS ENGLAND QCG-221. Commander Gaskin wears the Bronze Star with Combat "V" and the Navy Commendation Medal. In addition, he wears various campaign and service medals and the Vietnamese Staff Service Medal. COMMANDER PETER 1. GASKIN Il EXECUTIVE OFFICER 17 IULY 1982 - 1 'Q 'L ,ff , I I A I X f I II - .Z:, ' M MCPO w s COLLINS COMMAND MASTER CHIEF CHARLES A. sous ENTERED THE NAVY IN 1954, ATTENDED RECRUIT TRAINING AT BAINBRIDGE MD. INITIAL ASSIGNMENT WAS TO USS TACONIC AGC17, THEN USS POCONO AGC16 TRANSFERRED TO STAFF PHIBGRU 2 EMBARKED USS MT MCKINLEY AGC7. THEN TO COMNAVFORCEN, THEN TO USS ADROIT MSO509 ALONG WITH TOURS ON USS DASH MSO 428, USS DOMINANT MSO430, SERVED WITH STAFF'S MINDIV 43f44. IN 1969 TRANSFERRED TO SHORE DUTY AS NAVY RECRUITER STOCKTON CALIFORNIA, UPON COMPLETION OF SHORE TOUR ASSIGNED AS STUDENT WITH U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT LANGUAGE SCHOOL, ROSSLYN VA. STUDYING GERMAN, UPON COMPLETION OF COURSE ASSIGNED TO THE FEDERAL GERMANY NAVY FOR 4 YEARS. THERE SERVING ON DESTROYER THREE, AND VARIOUS OTHER DESTROYERS FOR SHORT PERIODS. RETURNED TO SHORE DUTY AT NAVY RECRUITING DISTRICT MI. AS COMMAND MASTER CHIEFXCHIEF RECRUITER, PRIOR TO REPORTING AS CMXC USS ENGLAND CG-22. CMfC CA SOLIS USS ENGLAND .-. " ' Q Q 5 CC - 'fl THE YEAR IN PICTURES iffg' -I lg. 24 M L LZ! ,ff ff ffzr 'NN 'X f' 'X X ff X ff:-1 DEPARTURE 7 APRIL 1982 UNDERWA M1 XXX 'wx lx ' as .mf 'Winn 1 ,,..cEi-33 EU QW' finial. 7 f Qfxiawf W... S Ml I rar, ?"v's f M. ax, Sv I I-3,1 ff -ii-, .JLIJAL Y if . V.: g. Q In Q7 ,, A X ' ,.., .Ci ' v 'ff-""' f ff" 'M . 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OVER THE PAST TEN MONTHS OF WORK UP EXERCISES IN THE EASTERN PACIFIC AND DEPLOYED OPERATIONS IN THE WESTERN PACIFIC AND INDIAN OCEAN ENGLAND HAS NOT ONLY DEMONSTRATED THE TRADITIONAL EXCELLENCE OF AN OUTSTANDING AAW CRUISER BUT FORGEDBOLD NEW TACTICS IN THE AREA OF ANTI SURFACE WARFARE AS BATTLE GROUP ASUWC. YOUR CAREFUL COORDINATION OF BATTLE AIR SURFACE AND SUBMARINE ASSETS IN SUPPORT OF ASUW OBIECTIVES AND THE INNOVATIVE DEVELOPMENT OF PROCEDURES IN FURTHERANCE THEREOF HAVE CLEARLY ESTABLISHED THE STANDARD BY WHICH FUTURE CARRIER BATTLE GROUPS INILL BE MEASURED IN THIS VITAL WARFARE AREA. THE ENTHUSIASM AND DEDICATION WITH WHICH THE ENGLAND TEAM HAS APPROACHED EVERY TASK HAS BEEN REFLECTED IN CONSISTENTLY OUTSTANDING COMBAT SYSTEMS READINESS EXCEPTIONAL ENGINEERING MATERIAL RELIABILITY POLISHED EXECUTION OF DECK SEAMANSHIP EVOLU- TIONS AND THE PRIDE WITH WHICH EVERY ENGLAND SAILOR HAS CONDUCTED HIMSELF WHEN ASHORE IN A FOREIGN LAND. 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AGAIN 19 SEPT ... 49 -. . , . .Y ,- -W. . Wd.. T.,..,,.,,..,,-.,..,.,....,-..,, .--1.1. , .,-.T..f.,.,.,,,,.,.9,.,..nj .. ,.,f-4-gf99-fv+g-mgf-y-lf---F-fr---fvxe--'"-:--N-- WE WORSHIP TGGETHER l i DEPARTMENTS 51 LT K. M. CAREY NAVIGATOR THE NAVIGATIONXADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENT IS COMPOSED OF MANY SKILLED RATINGS. IT'S PRIMARY MISSION IS ADMINIS- TRATIVE CONTROL AND SAFE NAVIGATION OF THE SHIP. THE NAVXADMIN OFFICER IS ALSO THE NAVIGATOR AND DEPARTMENT HEAD FOR THE QUARTERMASTERS IQM'Sj, PERSONNEL OFFICE QPN'SJ, CAPTAIN'S OFFICE fYN'SI, MEDICAL OFFICE IHM'SI, ASSISTANT CHIEF MASTER-AT-ARMS OFFICE IMAAI, NAVY COUN- SELOR'S OFFICE INCI AND THE POST OFFICE IPCJ. THE CHAPLAIN AND RELIGIOUS PROGRAM SPECIALIST IRPI ALSO FALL WITHIN THE DEPARTMENT AS A SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO THE EXECUTIVE OFFICER. IT IS A SMALL DEPART- MENT BUT PLAYS A VITAL ROLE IN THE SUCCESS OF ENGLAND. NAVXADMI DEP RTME T YN1 D. R. SAUNDERS MA'I R. C. IACKMAN HM1 A. R. MANTLO NCI M. M. RAIACICH PC2 M. I. TERRY QM2 C. E. WALKER QM2 M. A. RODRIQUEZ 52 LT C. A. RUSSELL CHAPLAIN , K M. W. LA FOLLETTE PACE PROFESSOR I ' I V QMC qswp E. W. GIBBS .ix 2 W M . HMC R. 1. EVELAND f I QM3 D. G. NELSON YN3 R. KELLEY - PM3 M. BLAYLOCK SR RFQ, CRISOSTOMO 53 ! 1 i A I I 1, 1 lu i 5 I Z 1 1 Tr Ullluuqggq LCDR L. G. WILLIAMS Q E CHIEF ENGINEER E GI EERI C. DEP RTME T LT D S SHIKADA MPA LTIG S C SANDERS LT D H BENSON DCA EMO I Fx ,A LTIG R. S. ARNOLD A DIVISION OFFICER .iy-wrfswsfl' 1- 'IIW' MMC W. G. DUNN IX A DIVISION FURNISHES AND MAINTAINS ENGLAND'S AUXILIARY SERVICES. THE MACHINIST MATES QMMQ, IN "A-GANG" MAINTAIN AND REPAIR EQUIPMENT INCLUDING THE SHIP'S AIR CONDI- TIONING SYSTEMS, FOOD REFRIGERATION UNITS AND GALLEY AND LAUNDRY MACHINERY. "A- GANG'S" ENGINEMEN QENJ, ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE GAS TURBINE AND DIESEL ENGINE EMERGENCY GENERATORS, AND SMALL BOAT ENGINES. MACHINERY REPAIRMEN QMRJ, ARE ALSO A PART OF A DIVISION. USING LATHE, DRILL PRESS AND OTHER TOOLS, THEY MAKE REPLACEMENT PARTS FOR VARIOUS EQUIPMENT THROUGHOUT THE SHIP. DIVISION EN'I N. B. SAPANZA EN1 L. I. STAHL MR1 E. A. QUERIMIT EN2 S. A. SNAVELY -1 N W 555112 MM2 I. N. PARRIS EN2 D. A. SCOTT MM3 R. A. LADUCER FN R. N. REYES I FN R. A. CLARK FN G, W. BURNETTE FR R. I. SEEZS 55 ENS K. A. STONEY I B DIVISION IN ENGLAND'S STEAM PROPULSION DRIVE- CHAIN THE BOILER TECHNICIANS IBTJ ARE THE FIRST LINK. AS MEMBERS OF B DIVISION, THEY ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE OPERATION AND MAINTEN- ANCE OF THE SHIP'S FOUR 1200 PSI BOILERS. THESE BOILERS BURN FUEL OIL TO HEAT WATER, PRODUCING STEAM. THE STEAM, WHEN CONVERT- ED INTO MECHANICAL ENERGY BY THE MAIN ENGINES, PROPELS THE SHIP. IN ADDITION, IT IS USED TO POWER THE GENERATORS AND CREATE ELECTRICITY, AS WELL AS THE DISTILLING PLANT, WHICH PROVIDED FRESH WATER. DURING REPLEN- ISHMENTS IT IS NOT UNUSUAL FOR THE SHIP TO TAKE ON SEVERAL HUNDRED THOUSAND GAL- LONS OF FUEL OIL TO FEED THE BOILERS. BT'S I OFFICER DESIGNATED AS OIL KINGS ARE IN CHARGE OF I STORING, TESTING AND DISTRIBUTING THIS FUEL, THE BOILER WATER AND RELATED SYSTEMS. I B DIVI SIO N I I I BTI I. E. DORSEY 5 ' I BT2 I. E. DULANEY BT2 P. H. ENGLAND I I I BT2 G. R, EVANS I I I I I I IZ I II I 'I I I I I I I BT2 D. w. EAIRGHILD I I I BT2 D. E. LACEY I II I BT2 I. E. LGMBARD I XII BT2 S. PILLA I I I I I BT2 B. L. SAYERS I I BT2 K, w. TREMAIN I I BT3 D. w. FERGUSON I BT3 I. E. GARGANO I: 'I I I I 56 3-'IWW BTC E. C. CURCIE BT3 C. L. HUCKLEBERRY YN3 W. H. MOHNEY BT3 L. E. PALMER BT3 M. L. RICHMOND BT3 G. L. SCOTT BT3 M. A. ZAMINSKY BTFN R. G. MOORE BTFN P. E. MORRISON 57 BTFN I. R. VANSICKELL BTFN R. F. WALLER BTFN 1. F. WILLIAMS BTFA B. M. CATON BTFA C. E. MYERS BTFA j. B. SCHICK FA I. E. BODIE BTFR W. U. TETRICK 58 EM1 P. S. HAVELKA IC1 M. E. DENNIS IC2 R. D. HART EM2 G. D. NORTHCUTT EM3 M. BUSH EM3 R. A. HILL IC3 G. N. HULTMAN EM3 M. D. IOHNSON LT M. W. SMITH E DIVISION OFFICER E DIVISICN THE ELECTRICAL DIVISION IS MADE UP OF INTERIOR COMM- UNICATIONS QICJ AND ELEC- TRICIANS MATES QEMI. THE IC GANG MAINTAINS INNER SHIP COMMUNICATIONS AND SHIPS NAVIGATIONAL EQUIPMENT SUCH AS THE GYRO, WIND INDICATORS, ENGINE ORDER AND ALARM SYSTEMS THROUGHOUT THE SHIP. EM'S ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE SHIPS ELECTRICAL POWER SYSTEM WHICH INCLUDES LIGHTING, POWER FOR THE MAIN PROPUL- SION PLANTS AND OTHER IM- PORTANT PLACES THROUGH- OUT THE SHIP. EMC F. A. WANGLER 59 EM3 K. A. LANDRY ICFN G. H. MOORE EMFA R. W. FONDRIEST ICFA I. R. FREEMAN IR. EMFA T. j. PANEBIANCO ICFA I. W. RANDLE EMFA L. M. VALENCIA 3 60 1 1. ,ff Q H-ff I '1, A 1 3 I CWO3j E LEE M DIVISION OFFICER THE MACHINIST MATES IMMJ OF M DIVISION TAKE THE STEAM CREATED BY THE BOILERS AND PUT IT TO WORK EVENTUALLY PROVIDING PROPULSION FRESH WATER AND ELECTRICITY FOR ENGLAND THEIR OPERATION OF THE TWO STEAM DRIVEN MAIN ENGINES ALLOW THE SHIP TO SLICE THROUGH THE WATER AT OVER 30 KNOTS M DIVISION PRODUCES FRESH AND FEED WATER FOR THE BOILERS AND CREW IN THE DISTILLING PLANT AND OVERSEE THE FOUR TURBO GENERATORS THAT GIVE ENGLAND ELEC TRICAL POWER MMS MAINTAIN THE HIGH PRESSURE AIR COMPRESSORS AND NUMEROUS PUMPS TURBINES AND VALVES M DIVISION ALONG WITH B DIVISION PROVIDE THE FOUND ATION OF ENGLAND S EFFECTIVE OPERATION MMSSAZVSLE H M DIVISION MM 1 T H GAMBER MM 'I IB HUDGEL MM 'I R VASQUEZ MM 2 M O BRINKERHOFF T70 MM 2 R L CASSIDY MM 2 R R EDWARDS MM 2 R M SUGEL MM 2 DE STEVENS K M ULRICH M D BYLER R H CARNES W F DILLON 61 I I - I: . .g.-W,,:,,,,:' 4' Y-Q MM-2 . . MM-3 . . MM-3 . . MM-3 . . MM3 G. I. DOBSON MM3 D. N. HAMANN MM3 C. L. MOORE MM3 G. E. WEBB MMFN B. R. HEALEN MMFN G. M. MCELWRATH MMFN M. P. MUMMEY MMFN C. R. REHORN MMFN I. P. WELKE FN M. W. IENKINS FN F. R. MASON MMFA R. I. HART MMFA T. T. MOALA MMFA C. B. WENIG FA M. G. JACOBS MMFR E. H. DUNN FR P. R. DANIELS FR W. B. KOONCE FR L. R. REED FR L. A. WEIFENBACH 62 ENS I M OBRIEN R DIVISION OFFICER 575 HTC ISWJ D WAUGH THE HULL TECHNICIANS QHTI IN R DIVISION ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR MAINTENANCE OF DAMAGE CONTROL GEAR AND MAKE UP THE BETTER PART OF THE ACCIDENTfINCIDENT TEAM UNDERWAY HTS ARE ON STATION DURING ALL FLIGHT OPERATIONS READY TO TAKE CARE OF ANY PROBLEMS THAT SHOULD ARISE DURING THE EVOLUTION PLUMBING REPAIRS WELDING CUT TING AND MINOR STRUCTURAL WORK ARE SOME OF THE THINGS R DIVISION DOES IN ADDITION TO BEING IN CHARGE OF ALL FIRE PARTIES R DIVISION HT1 T W PIERCE HT2 R L DEBORD HT2 C M LEVY HT2 R M WEBB HTFN R I ACHREM HTFN G P HINKS HTFN M W MOREY ,fs L D HARCROW N G KOWALSKI W M WOITALA D E BOND 63 I I ' I I f , - 1 1 " IIF' V' f I ' ' , . . I FN . . fi? FN . . W I I FA . . -A ..,,,,C:g,.g. . LCDR Iswy C. R. AYERs II OPERATIONS OFFICER OPERATIONS DEPARTME T -Q LT Iswp LT Iswy FI. C. A. A. AHLGREN VAN VLACK III CIC OFFICER CIC OFFICER LTIG LT K. AVERY I. S. MANOR OD DIVISION OFFICER OI DIVISION OFFICER 65 LT R S LORENZ COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER OC DIVISION RM'I H M KELLEY RM2 M T CASCIATO SM2 W R RANKIN SM2 D L BRIDGEMAN RM3 B K HOLLEY RM3 D B KATSKI SM3 M P MACHADO OC DIVISION IS COMPOSED OF RADIOMEN AND SIGNALMEN. THE TWO RATINGS COVER A LARGE PART OF THE SHlP'S EXTERNAL COMMUN- ICATIONS SYSTEM RADIOMEN USE MODERN ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT TO TRANSMIT AND RECEIVE MESSAGE TRAFFIC SIGNALMEN USUALLY COMMUNICATE USING FLASHING LIGHT SEMA PHORE AND FLAG HOIST WITH OTHER SHIPS SMC ISWI D R WALKER c qswy R E ANIELSON Wy fjffmif I - RM . . D s U if k,k: ,,.,, EE . . III, I" 66 ilu. . , ,W lt, K, H 5 7,1 -f ,, -1,2 -- PM SM3 T. E. STEWART RMSA T. F. GIMM Ill RMSA S. L. MARLOWE RMSA R. L. COSTNER RMSA 1. E. TARRANT SMSR R. I. CAUDILL SMSR 1. S. STEWARD 67 ENS MD DROY OD DIVISION OFFICER OD DIVISION IS RESPONSIBLE FOR MAINTAINING THE EQUIPMENT NECESSARY FOR IMPLEMENTING TACTICAL COMBAT DIRECTION IN TASK FORCES THIS EQUIPMENT INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING HIGH SPEED DIGITAL COMPUTERS DIGITAL DATA COMMUNICATION FACILITIES DIGITAL ANALOG DISPLAYS RADAR VIDEO PROCESSORS READOUT DEVICES MAGNETIC TAPE UNITS MANUAL DATA ENTRY DEVICES AND ANALOG TO DIGITAL CON VERTERS THESE ARE THE FUNCTIONS OF THE DATA SYSTEMS SPECIALISTS IDS SJ OD DIVISION ,fw'?"" DS 'I DW DEVORE DS 2 T S CURDA DS 2 M A MARTINO DS 2 C M TAYLOR DS 2 D L WHALEN DS 3 R B AGTE DS 3 SI FRIEDMAN DSSN DS FORD 68 I ENS M.W. GURATH ETCS B.L. WILSON ELECTRONICS MATERIAL OFFICER ELECTRONIC TECHNICIANS ARE RE- SPONSIBLE FOR MAINTENANCE AND UPKEEP OF THE SHIP'S NAVIGATIONAL AND AIR SEARCH RADARS, COMMUN- ICATIONS EQUIPMENT AND CALIBRA- TION, REPAIR AND CUSTODY OF ALL TEST EQUIPMENT ONBOARD. THEY PROVIDE THESE SERVICES, NOT ONLY TO THEIR OWN DEPARTMENT BUT TO ALMOST EVERY OTHER DEPARTMENT ON THE SHIP. OE DIVISION ET-2 M.j. CARSON ET-2 D.R. NEGAARD ET-2 R.L, O'CONNELL f- ET-2 B.T. TALT ET-2 S.R. WELTY ET-2 S.C. ZACHGO ET-3 ILM. BARBARINO ET-3 R.S. HIATT ET-3 T.P. TAULE ET-3 V.T. WHALEN ETSN D.P. HOOLIHAN 69 OI DIVISION DETECTS, TRACKS AND IDENTIFIES SHIPS AND AIRCRAFT IN ORDER TO PREVENT COLLISIONS AT SEA AND PROVIDE TACTICAL INFORMATION TO "FIGHT THE SHIP". OI COORDINATES WITH OTHER SHIPS, AIRCRAFT AND SHIPBOARD DIVISIONS TO CONTROL WEAPONS. THE DIVISION MAINTAINS A NAVIGATION PLOT TO PREVENT GROUNDINGS. OI DIVISION CPORP SJ. NICHOLS ROYAL AUSTRALIAN NAVY CPORP NICHOLS WAS ASSIGNED TO ENGLAND ON THE PEP PROGRAM. "SKIPPY DOO" DIDN'T MAKE THE DEPLOYMENT, BUT WE WISH THAT HE HAD. HIS TRAINING PREPARED US FOR THE CRUISE. 70 FNS T.L. STAFFORD OSCS ISWI LF OI DIVISION LINDSAY OFFICER OS-'I OS-'I OS-'I OS-2 OS-2 OS-2 OS-2 OS-2 OS-2 OS-2 OS-2 OS-2 OS-3 OS-3 OS-3 OS-3 OS-3 OS-3 OS-3 OS-3 OSSN OSSN OSSN OSSN OSSN OSSN OSSN OSSN OSSN DJ. GRASSEY E.H. MOWER S.W. WILKEN D.T. CLARK M.E. FORBESS G.G. GOLPHIN D. JONES B.S. KINDIG I. IAIRRELS' E.W. LOWREY P.I. MCGEE T.F. MORROW LS. CLEMENT l.C. CURTIS A. DIPASQUALIE s.M. MORGAN R.A. NEWBOULD w.H. SAVELL T.D. VAGTS EA. WHEELER LM, BOYD A.s. CROUSE W.D. DOLBY LK. GILLILAND K.S. LAWSON B.S. MILLER T.L. MORAN P. SOTO T.G. THURMAN 7'l OSSA LP. BORIOLO OSSA W.M. CARROLL OSSA l.L. CHASE OSSA D.R. COFFMAN OSSA M.S. DAVIS OSSA LW.. EARL OSSA EJ. KERSTIENS OSSA T.H. LORD OSSA P.j. MINGO OSSA E.L. PENDERGRASS OSSA R.S. SMID OSSA C.H. SOLOMON OSSA M.A. SZYMONOWICZ OSSA D.B. THOMAS 72 aw 765 OW DIVISION IS COMPOSED OF ELECTRONIC WARFARE SPECIALISTS IEWJ. THE EW'S IOB IS TO SEARCH FOR AND ANALYZE RADAR EMISSIONS FOR THE PURPOSE OF EARLY WARNING, IDENTIFICATION, AND THREAT REACTION, AND ALSO THE UPKEEP AND MAINTANCE OF THEIR EQUIPMENT. ow DIVISION ENS A.S. HUBAL EWC T.N. HILLIARD OW DIVISION OFFICER " ' ' EW-1 D.W. IMESON I EW-2 K.W. STREETER I I I EW-3 G.L. COFFMAN I EWSN D.B. CALL I EWSN I.R. HART 73 ,W I 4, ., A, CQ! JWW4 M ff W9 f,fi25!j Tifffjqf QW fgwfwf A W? , ff w 174 ,,.....f"W"""""" Sm. ,,,,f, --4 ' Cf' - L1 ..g.T,...:5.:...,,,,. .. A .,.,,. LCDR M. L. ERNO SUPPLY OFFICER ENS P. R. CIAFFA DISBURSING OFFICER SUPPLY DEP RTME T Quan L M W L SLSLL .L M! M-..7,v ,f - ...W 'M.S L J' I if W Q Sv 75 I L I 1 I EI nf SI I u In I I I II IE II FQ SKC A. GIBBS STORES OFFICER S-'I DIVISION THE STORES DIVISION QSKJ IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ORDERING, ISSUE AND RECEIPT OF ALL GENERAL SUPPLIES AND SERVICES, FROM THE TIME AN ITEM IS ORDERED FOR STOCK OR DIRECT TURNOVER, IT IS MONITORED ON A REGULAR BASIS UNTIL RECEIVED ONBOARD. THIS JOB IS CARRIED OUT BY THE SUPPLY OFFICE PERSONNEL. ALL INCOMING MATERIAL ARE HANDLED IN THE RECEIVING AREA OF SUPPLY SUPPORT CENTER. THERE ARE ABOUT 22,000 ITEMS CARRIED ONBOARD AND STOWED IN NINE DIFFERENT STORE- ROOMS. SK1 A. KING IR. SK2 T. I. IONES SK3 A. W. GRIFFIN SK3 M. S. PIMENTEL SK3 P. L. BURBRIDGE SKSN R. L. WINCHELL ff 76 MSCS A.M. MACHITAR WARDROOM MESS CATERER MSCS. A.M. REYES FOOD SERVICES OFFICER -2 DIVISION THE MISSION OF S-2 DIVISION QMSQ IS TO PROVIDE MAXIMUM DINING SERVICE AND SUP- PORT TO A CREW OF ALMOST 400 OFFICERS AND ENLISTED. TO ENSURE THAT MEALS ARE PREPARED BASED ON A SIX-CYCLE MENU UNDER SANITARY CONDITIONS AND ARE PROPERLY DISPLAYED AND SERVED. MS-1 P.A. AHEARN MS-1 D.G. ESTOESTA MS-1 O.B. MAGANTE MS-1 LP. FLORENDO Ms-2 B.E. fov MS-2 1.1. GAVILAN Ms-2 MI. RILEY Ms-2 K.W. THOMSON MS-2 C.E. UNDERCUFFLER MS-2 M.M. CRANE MS-3 E. FRAGE MS-3 R.T. HARRIS 77 MS3 D. L. PIERCE MS3 I. ABATE MSSA T. R. RILEY MSSA R. L. SOLOMON MSSA D. D. WROBLEWSKI SN I. L. IANSUY 78 -fb Warn 1. .ww ,444 44.52--fa. ENS C.W. ROBERSON DISBURSING OFFICER S-3 S-3 DIVISION CONSISTS OF DISBURSING CLERKS QDKI AND SHIPS SER- VICEMEN ISHJ. THE DK'S FUNCTION IS MAINTEN- ANCE OF THE CREW'S PAY RECORDS AND PAYMENT OF THE CREW. THE SH'S OPERATE THE BARBERSHIP, SHIP'S STORE, LAUNDRY AND SODA MACHINES. DIVISION DK-'I D.W. SWANK SH-3 I. BENNETT DK-3 C. LUNA SHSN D.B. FINNEGAN SHSN D. MEEHAN DKSN E.C. MONTE SN HJ. REEVES SHSA C.W. RAWL SN W.S. BAINES 79 1, 75 E E H Q e E P E 2 a Q E LCDR QSWJ M. W. WEIR WEAPONS OFFICER WEAPONS DEP RTME T 1 LT QSWJ R. S. LTIAG B. I., RIDDLE KROLL WEAPONS ADMIN WEAPONS ADMIN CWO4 qswp G. P. EVANS FIRE coNTRoL OFFICER 81 LTIG K.R. GUSTAFSON AS DIVISION OFFICER COMPRISED OF SONAR TECHNICIANS, ASROC GUNNER'S MATES AND TORPEDOMEN, AS DIVI- SION IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ANTI-SUBMARINE WARFARE SYSTEMS. THIS INCLUDES THE SONAR SYSTEM ASROC LAUNCHER, TORPEDO TUBES AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT. THE DIVISION WORKS AS A TEAM IN DETECTION, LOCATION AND, IF NECESSARY, DESTRUCTION OF UNDERWATER CONTACTS. AS DIVISION GMT-2 K.G. BACH TM-2 V. BLAKE STG-2 T.W. BROSNAN STG-2 W.A. CHASE STG-2 M.C. HUDSON STG-2 S.P. IOYCE STG-2 R.O. STOGSDILL TM-3 B.D. IANKE STG-3 I.A. BURTON STG-3 A.j. HARDECKI STG-3 I.A. RADCLIFFE STG-3 W.S. STEENBURG STG-3 D.L. WILSON TMSN D.N. CLARK STCISN C.H. IOHNSON TMSA R.A. APARICIO 82 I. STGCS QSWI R A Y' 775513772562 I.. ,.,. W,.1,f,f., W f 1, 4, ,,,, , i DEISHER - CL .,,., , Y A.-0--0 - .EEA ,,,..i-Q.s1 ,,.. - -A.g.A.N,.,, , ,.-. my Y kw.Yv.N...X .. .C Ev X GMTC E.c. STEWART ' ',,, ,,,,, , f ZZ gg., Wi SZ MQQQQQ if 2 2 SA , a as aa 528 3 Q la4gi 1 W ,,V, 1 I 83 FTM-1 FT ENS G.L. CHERMACK FTCM FTMC T.N. MAHAR FOX DIVISION W.S. COLLINS OFFICER I I FOX DIVISION CONSISTS OF FIRE CONTROL TECH- NICIANS MISSLES IFTMJ AND FIRE CONTROL TECH- , .. I NICIANS GUN IFTGJ. THE FTM'S MAINTAIN AND OPERATE ' ' ' ' P' , THE RADAR AND COMPUTERS USED TO TRACK D N INCOMING HOSTILE AIR OR SURFACE THREATS. FTG'S MAINTAIN AND OPERATE THE QCIWSJ CLOSE IN WEAPONS SYSTEM. FTM-'I G.D. ADAMS M.E. FENSTERMAKER FTM41 P.A. GORDON FTM-'I I.R. MCCLURE FTM-1 K,R. sToLz IC52 M.c.. ASH FTM,-2 D.c. DEVLIN FTM-2 B.E. DILLON ,Lv- FTM-2 G.M. FISK M-2 W.R. HOTCHKISS FTM-2 L.C. KEMP .. FTM-2 T.C. KINGMAN I 84 FTM-2 G.A. LESLIE FTM-2 LE. LINDNER FTM-2 PJ. MCDOWELL FTC-2 M.A. MICHAEL FTM2 LR. SANDEEN FTM-2 R.K. TISDALE FTM-2 T.l. VARLIEN FTC-2 W.H. WATTS FTM-2 LL. KOEFOED IO-3 T.H. LAMBERT FTM-3 D.L. SHELTON FTGSA l.A. HOLTKAMP 85 LT S.l. HAUSSMANN WEAPONS DIVISION WEAPONS DIVISION WEAPONS DIVISION CONSIST OF GUNNER'S MATES MISSILE, IGMMJ. THEIR PRIMARY FUNCTION IS TO OPERATE AND MAINTAIN AND OPERATE THE TWIN TERRIER MISSILE LAUNCHERS. ALSO THEY MAINTAIN ALL THE SMALL ARMS AND AMMUNI- TION ON BOARD ENGLAND. OFFICER GMMC C.F. POPP GMMC L. FONG GMM-'I G.L. DOERR GMM-'I E.W. TOWNLEY GMM-2 G.R. BLOOD GMM-2 D.C. ELLETSON GMM-2 B.A. IIMENEZ .Ml A GMM-2 P.D. REYES GMM-2 R.C. STINSON GMM-2 G.L. WILLIAMS 86 1 T . ,.4f---4-.,1fg.,,,,.:4.-QNI, uv.. V - H. N. . .N-.L t . 'SFFFH-sul GMM-3 R.C. BAGARINO YN-3 E.L. BENNETT GMM-3 R. ENOCH GMM-3 M.F. LUNA GMM-3 G.W. SANFORD GMMSN C. BATH GMMSN B.W. BEALL GMMSA R.D. BATES GMMSN T.K. LANIER GMM-2 R.M. ZIRNHELT 87 ENS. G.E. MACDONALD FIRST LIEUTENANT 1st DIVISION QBMJ. THEIR PRIMARY FUNCTION IS THE MAINTENANCE AND UPKEEP OF ENGLAND'S TOPSIDE DECK SPACES. OTHER FUNCTIONS IN- CLUDE HANDLING MOORING LINES WHEN ENTER- ING OR LEAVING PORT, OPERATION OF THE SHIP'S SMALL BOATS AND STANDING BRIDGE WATCHES UNDERWAY. DECK DIVISION BM1 PJ. SIMONS BM2 W.A. ADDISON BM2 F. GAINES BM3 D.A. CARTER BM3 P.A. LACEY BM3 C.I. SEAVER BMSN MJ. MONSON BMSN D.M. WALKER SN K.G. BROWN FN N.M. PARIS SA j.R. COYNE SA S.G. EARLE 88 BMC j.M. VAUGHN -.Q--N .-.-.,... , .1.f..1AL-.N-1..- -,.. . V - ,, KN K SA l.P. MICHELA SA T.E. NIFFENEGC-ER SR B.W. BACON SR LG. BAINUM R.L. BASS R.G. BROWN K.I. BUCK SR SR SR SR H.C. ERAL H. GONZALES R.A. HELGESEN LM. HUBER SR SR SR SR l.H. HUNT R.E. MULDER W.D. PAIGE R.l. PLUNKETT SR SR SR SR R.S. SARNO SR CJ. VASSALLO SA l.S. LOBUSTA 89 5. 7' NXT' u vu 4 W' f 1.3 'JH , .Jim , ', f W Mwmw xi-14-W 90 44.2.25 u 5 5 Eumnml i O 1 9 l i Q CG- 11 EPILOG E 4. mywf PSQ' 1' - 2 w 92 ev 4 J' ff A ?4 4. . 'J Q I 'wma -me- ff' 'aw .1 A . M - ,Q '+11,..g.:,.Lif.-..,..z2..-g,,..2-,ag.s.i3.m5.a:.i.,..',:,,g.,,.,Q-,,.A .-,,,4 Q I . STATISTICS THINGS YOU DIDN'T WANT TO KNOW .. BUT WE'LL TELL YOU ANYWAY A.PERCENTAGE OF DAYS UNDERWAY FO 0 I3. PERCENTAGE OF DAYS UNDERWAY WEIELENLINRIEEREFIIC-IYFILAEEEIIT' 706 0 OPERATIONAL CONTROL. 57 500 C.NUMBER OF DAYS UNDERWAY FOR WEST-PAC 82 184 D.FUEL BURNED IN GALLONS MILES STEAMED APRIL 614,550 6933.5 MAY 708,548 8555.1 IUNE 555,835 5899.8 IULY 741,668 755315 AUG 432,556 3952.9 SEP 527,297 5764.0 OCT 530,165 6805.7 TOTAL 4,110,619 45,564-8 E. GALLONS PER MILE 80.4 F. FIGURES FOR WESTPAC 82 CONSUMPTION. 1. ROLLS OF TOILET PAPER 3,746 2. POUNDS OF RAGS 4,600 3. PLASTIC TRASH BAGS 26,875 4 XEROX COPIES 49,900 5. DK'S PAYED OUT FOR PAYDAY'S S126,897.00 OFFICERS S1,033,682.00 ENLISTED S1,160,579.00 8. SICS if OF REQUISTIONS 5,300 7. AMOUNT SPENT FOR REPAIR PARTS AND CONSUMABLES A S1,050,500.00 8. SH'SVAMOUNT OF SHIP STORE SALES 5196583.83 COKE MACHINE SALES HOF CANS 145,408 if OF HAIRCUTS 3,360 POUNDS OF LAUNDRY 80,000 8. MS'S if OF RATIONS FED - 124,992 GALLONS OF MILK CONSUMED 8,575 POUNDS OF FLOUR USED 1,455 DOZENS OF EGGS CONSUMED 9,420 G.MAIL DURING WEST-PAC 82 1. POUNDS OF MAIL 140,000 2. POUNDS OF LETTERS 141000 3. LONGEST TIME WITHOUT MAIL 18 DAYS 4. POUNDS OF MAIL SENT 120,000 H.PERSONNEL TURNOVER DURING CRUISE LOSSES OFFICERS 4 ENLISTED 64 GAINS OFFICERS 4 ENLISTED 58 OFFICERS ADVANCEMENTS 6 AWARDS NAVY ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL 3 GOOD CONDUCT 1 ANY OTHER MEDALS 5 'OFFICERS SURFACE WARFARE QUALIFIED DINC-, DI G PROC-E Y RRIVING ELIZABETH IANINE MANTLO 14 MAY 1982 WT: 8 LBS 9 OZ 22 INCHES LONG FLORENCE AND ANDY MANTLO 3 SHREE LA FAYE BURBRIDGE 17 MAY 1982 WT: 5 LBS 5 OZ 17 INCHES LONG CAROLYN AND PAUL BURBRIDGE I 2 IZ Wg" 4 X 1 1, Z , ,, Q W Q fafwu H :V BRIAN WILLIAM HOMPESCH 22 MAY 1982 WT: 6 LBS 15 OZ SOLARITA AND BRUCE HOMPESCH IN MEMGRIAL SK-1 ARMER KING JR. 17 NOVEMBER 1941 - 15 DECEMBER 1982 STAFF IEROME F. LINDSAY EDITOR DUNCAN R. SAUNDERS DONALD R. WALKER ASSOCIATE EDITOR COPY EDITOR FLETCHER CIAINES CHARLTON H. GRECICI ROBERT D. HART TERRENCE R. RILEY ROBERT H. ROHBOCK ' CURTIS A. RUSSELL CRUISE BOOK ADVISOR CRUISEBOOK PORTRAITS PROVIDED BY: THE GUNNER EVANS AL MASIRAH MEMORIAL CRUISEBOOK STUDIO AND PORTRAIT PALACE OF GONZO STATION THE CRUISEBOOK STAFF WISHES TO THANK ALL THOSE WHO CONTRIBUTED PHOTOS. 'SQ .3i'?' T. ACHREM, ROBERT I. ADAMS, GARY D. ADDISON, WILLIAM A. AGTE, RANDAL B. AHEARN, P.AUL A. AHLGREN, ANDREW A. ANDERSON, DOUGLAS I. ANDERSON, WILLIAM F. APARICIO, ROBERT A. ARNOLD, RICHARD S. ASH, MICHAEL G. AYERS, CARLETON R. II BACH, KEITH G. BACON, BILLY W. BAGARINO, ROBERT C. BAHR, WARREN BAINES, WILLIE S. BAINUM, IERRY C- BARBARINO, IAMES M- BASS, ROBERT L. BATES, ROLAND D. BATH, CHRIS BEALL, BRET W. BENNETT, ERIC L. BENNETT, IAMES BENSON, DALE H. BLAKE, VERNON BLAYLOCK, MICHAEL A. BLOOD, E.R. BODIE, IIMMY E. BOND, DAVID E. BORIOLO, JAMES P. BOYD, IEFFREY M. BRANSTETTER, ION G. BRIDGEMAN, DONALD L. BRINKERHOFF, MARK O. BROSNAN, THOMAS W. BROWN, KEVIN G. BROWN, ROBERT C.. BROWN, SAMUEL I. BUCK, KENNETH I. BURBRIDGE, PAUL L. BURNETTE, GARY T. BURNETTE, GARY W. BURNHAM, DONALD H. BURTON, IEFFREY A. BUSH, MICHAEL BYLER, MARK D. CALL, DIRK B. CALLAHAN, CHRISTOPHER T. CAREY, KEVIN M. CARNES, RICKEY H. CARROL, WILLIAM M. CARSON, MARTY I. CARTER, DANIEL A. CARTER, TRAVIS IR. CASCIATO, MICHAEL T. CASSIDY, ROBERT L. CATON, BRANDON M. CAUDILL, RICHARD I. CHASE, IAMES L. CHASE, WARREN A. CHELCHOWSKI, IOHN M. CHERMACK, GEORGE L. CHESTER, FRANK L. CHIAFFA, PHILLIP R. CLARK, CHARLIE S. CLARK, DARRYL N. CLARK, DARREL T. CLARK, RICHARD A. CLEMENT, IAME5 5, COFFMAN, DALE R. COFFMAN, GARY L. COLLINS, WILLIAM S. COOK. IOHN R. CORE, ROCERT N. COSTNER, RICKEV L. COYNE, IOHN R. CRANE, MICHAEL M. CRISOSTOMO, RICARDO CKOLICH, CHUCK A. CROUSE, ANTHONY S CRUZ, LARRY CURCIE, EDWARD C. CURDA, TAKASHI S. CURTIS, ION C.E. DAIZHL, LOUIS DANIELS, PATRICK R. DANIHSON, ROGER E. DAVIS, MICHAEL S. DAVIS, WILLIAM H. ,G. AAASHIPMATES 'I9821Ir'k'k ACHRUD GRIZZLY GRAMPS ANDY BOB EVENING DUKE BAGS PUP BULL RENO WHIMP MEATBALL FLASH BABY BOO RED BOBO BUCK WEASEL LANCE DONNY FREDDY BLACK EMPTY BUCKAROO SNAKE YOGI BEAR BUDDY HOLLY CAL KERMIT OKIE MIKE BOB ANK CHEVY SKI KILLER PHIL HOSS CLEM FUZZBALL SPEEDY MANY STARS BOB RIC STAR BABY CHRIS LEGS LC, RED SPEEDY HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA. WESTMINISTER, CA. LAKE MILTON, OH. TUSCON, AZ. SAN DIEGO, CA. SAN FRANCISCO, CA CHICKSHA, OK. LOUISVILLE, KY. TUSCON, AZ. MOBILE, AL. MOBILE, AL. WESTON, CT. ANACONDA, MN. SAN ANTONIO, TX. SAN IOSE, CA. MONTGOMERY, AL. COLUMBUS, OH. STATEN ISLAND, NY. HOUSTON, TX. OSHKOSH, WI. RIVERSIDE, CA. TEXAS CITY, TX. REDDING, CA. CAMDEN, AL. WAUKESHA, WI. MODESTO, CA. PARAMOUNT, CA. SACRAMENTO, CA. LANGLEY, SC. NEWCASTLE, WY. SANTA ROSA, CA. LOUISVILLE, KY. ORCHARDS, WA. UTE, IA. WILLINGBORO, N.I, ERIE, PA. CHARLESTON, SC. MADISON, WI. SUGAR CREEK, OH, SACRAMENTO, CA. MUSKEGON, MI. ANNANDALE, VA ROCKY MOUNTAIN, NC. SANTA ANA, CA. INDIANAPOLIS IN. NEW YORK NY. RAYTOWN, MO. TUCSON, AZ. PITTSFIELD, MA. STAMFORD, CT. RANGER, GA. COLUMBIA, SC. NEWBERRY, MI. POCOLA, OK. ATLANTA, TX. PORTLAND, OR. ENGLEWOOD, Co. HONOLULU, HI. THORNTON, CO. HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA. BRISTOL, N.H. CROTON-ON-HUDSON, NY. SCHENECTADY, NY. BRONX, NY. SAN IOSE, CA. WOLFRIDGE, MS. HARVEY'S LAKE, PA. BIG SPRING, TX. COMMERCE CITY, CO. SWEET HOME, OR. IACKSONVILLE, FL. SACRAMENTO, CA. COLUMBUS GROVE OH. GUYMON, OK. IOWA CITY, IA. SAN ANTONIO, TX. SAIPAN, MARIANAS IS. BOISE, ID. IACKSONVILLE, IL. NEW YORK, NY. MEXICO, NY. STOCKTON, CA. TEMPE, AZ. CORPUS CHRISTI, TX, MADISON, WI. SAN DIEGO, CA. IOHN DAY, OR. VIRGINIA DEBORD, RICHARD L. DEISHER, RICHARD A. DENNIS, MICHAEL E. DEVLIN, DAVID C. DEVORE, DAVID W. DEYO, SAMUEL D. DILLON, BRADLEY, E. DILLON, WILLIAM F. DIPASQUALIE, ALFREDO DOBSON, GARY I. DOERR, GERALD L. DOLBY, WILLIAM D. DORSEY, IACOB E. DROY, MARK D. DUNN, ERNEST H. DUNN, WILLIAM G. EARL, IOHN W. EARLE, SEAN G. EDMUNDS, DENNIS L. 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