Fife (DD 991) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1982

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wesrpac ' 82 wnt A Lovers Question WHAT IS IT ABOUT THE ROARING SEA THAT DRAWS MY LOVED ONE AWAY FROM ME? WHAT IS IT ABOUT THE LASHING WAVES THE TREACHEROUS CURRENT, THE WATERY GRAVES? BY THE BECKONING SEA HAS LONG BEEN KNOWN AS THE CAUSE OF A HEARTACHE, AN EMPTY HOME DOWN THROUGH THE AGES, MEN HAVE BEEN LURED ' THE CALL OF THE SEA " THOUGH THE SEA SPEAKS NO WORD WHAT IS IT THAT MAKES A MAN LEAVE HIS HOME TO CONQUER THE GODS OF THE RAGING FOAM WHY MUST HIS LOVED ONE, HIS SWEETHEART OR WIFE FIGHT AN ENDLESS BATTLE THE WHOLE OF HER LIFE? ' WHY? " I WAS CRYING TO MY GOD, AS I LAID ALL ALONE IN MY BED, CONFUSED AND AFRAID WHY, OH MY LORD, MUST I LIE HERE LIKE THIS CRAVING HIS ARMS, THE TOUCH OF HIS KISS? GOD SAID, " MY CHILD YOU KNOW I ' M NOT WRONG I MADE TWO KINDS OF MEN, THE WEAK AND THE STRONG THE WEAK ARE ASHAMED FOR THEY NEVER CAN BE AS BRAVE AND COURAGEOUS AS THE MEN OF THE SEA BE PROUD MY CHILD, HOLD YOUR HEAD UP HIGH! YOU HAVE NO REASON TO WEEP OR SIGH FOR A SEAFARING MAN IS MIGHTY AND BOLD HIS LOVE IS MORE PRECIOUS THAN SILVER OR GOLD " I REFLECTED A MOMENT ON THE WORDS HE HAD SAID MY SPIRIT WAS CONTENTED, MY SOUL HAD BEEN FED NO MORE WILL I QUESTION FOR THAT NIGHT I LEARNED TO BE PATIENT AND PROUD FOR MY LOVE WILL RETURN Executive Officer Lieutenant Commander Edward C. McDonough USN Commanding Officer Commander William 5. Ulrich USN HOW FAST? LISTEN UP GENTS » ' in H 7af We ' ve Done So Far Built by: Litton Industries Pascagoula, Mississippi Keel Laid: 6 MARCH 1978 Commissioned: 31 MAY 1980 Armament: Two Five Inch Gun Mounts MK 112 Asroc Launcher Two MK 32 Torpedo Launchers Nato Sea Sparrow Harpoon Launcher Crew: 22 Officers 19 Chiefs 276 Enlisteds Ships Dimensions: Length: 563 Feet Width: 55 Feet Displacement: 7800 Tons Prior to her Maiden Westpac in 1982, FIFE was involved in a number of Training and Operational tasks. The Triple Crown, as it is known in the Fleet, which consisted of REFRESHER TRAINING, Propulsion Operations (OPPE) and Nuclear Weapons Acciden- t Incident Training. These were passed with flying colors. Then there was SOAP (Soviet Out of Area Patrol), READIEX, and the famous SAN DIEGO Boat Race (our boat won that one easily). We have also visited many Ports which include Panama (this one also includes three transits of the Panama Canal), Cozumel, Columbia, Acapulco (a two day visit that turned into an eight day stay), Hawaii, Long Beach, Pascagoula, San Francisco and now We are ready for Westpac . . . Haze Gray And Underway Maneuvering during chow . . . again Just go to your room! 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S « a ' V igr LCDR Nolen Engineering Department 65 R Div HTC Pendley HT1 5 wangle HTFN McDole MR3 Sanjose MR3 Fitzgerald 66 FN Graham HT3 Griff en HTFN Parthemore HTFN Roberts y r HTFA Gaskill HT3 Ellison HTFN Simpson 67 HT3 Diekman HT3 Anderson HT1 Minaird HT2 Norton HTFN Girard ENS Spear HT2 Lough 68 ENFN Cole EN3 Garland ENFN Kaye ENFN Winding ENFA Marquez EN2 Ballard Si EN3 Harrell EN1 Yeomans 69 EN3 Lane EN3 Turner EN 2 Aiello EN3 Hokeama 70 E Div ENS Erikson EMI Tucker IC1 Griffin IC1 Str overs 71 EMFN Trujillo 72 Linnu ■i , 4 EM5 C iYfon IC2 Lambert IC2 Erhardt IC2 Simmons FN Mariano 73 MP Div ENS Dukes LT Monroe GSEC S heats 74 CSE2 Kim GSE2 Bacon FN Cruse GSMC Martin GSM1 Peetz 75 GSM2 Anderson FN Humphrey GSE2 Smith GSMFN Williams FN Winters FA Bugg GSM2 Vanderfin GSM1 Graham GSM2 Reed GSM2 Douglas 77 GSMFN May GSM 2 Dockstader FN Vanderfin GSM2 Fullmer 78 i nri i! 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T - I B£ ' ' ' • ! » ?y . • ■■■■■• ' - if ft 7 «|ii? . :JX 4 $M JWlL ' -TI I We ' ve seen and done a lot, made many new friends, BUT now we turn our attention to old friends and, of course our FAMILIES SI I Cruise Book Staff LTJG Field LTJG Chapman; Advisors GMG2 J.L. Chaney; Editing, Copy, Layout, Photography CTM1 M.B. Haney; Editing, Layout, Photography ET1 M.E. Banks; Business Manager DS2 D.M. Medina; Photography QMSN G.L. Aldrich; Photography And many thanks to all others who contributed to this book yc u a The FIFE Be With You Cruise Book Sales Office 889 firand Avenue-Offii-e E San Diego, CA 92109 » • China %« Arabia 1 ARABIAN SEA (Laualor SfVCHtllfS DIEGO GARCIA koftic Of ( aftri( INDIAN India BENGAL SRI LANKA Colombo J C y on Tasmania s Kerguelen IdaiMk Wake Island PACIFIC QoUm SkMack (LtjUafc Christmas ..Island (Lauatc Phocnii 0 Islands. I V A o o o»» N ' « , ■ ' 11 SOUTH PACIFIC WfltlNGlON y JU " |lli e 2 1. PEARL HARBOR 11-15 JAN 23 JUN 2. GUAM 26 JAN 15 JUN 3. SUBIC BAY, R.P. 1-11 FEB 5-13 MAR 29-30 APR 13-16 MAY 29-10 JUN 4. MANILA, R.P. 24-28 FEB 5. CHINHAE, KOREA 17-20 MAR 31 MAR-1 APR 6. SASEBO, JAPAN 3-17 APR 7. PUSAN, KOREA 19-23 APR 8. HONG KONG 23-26 MAY 9. HOME 30 JUNE 1982 (FINALLY)


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