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Quay., 4 fi 1 ,, H3 5 p f . 4' w ,gf 2 MARIA CANTWELL . . l,, WAS H s N Gro N gif fa AA. ., lfnifeh Staten lfwuate WASHINGTON, D. C. 205IO June 28, 2001 Commander Collins, Officers, and Crew of the USS Fitzgerald CDDG-621: It is an honor to join the people of Spokane, the Spokane Council of the United States Navy League, the Chamber of Commerce, and the citizens of Washington state in commending you on being named the recipient of the 2000 Spokane Trophy Award. . This award comes with the respect and admiration of the citizens of Spokane, Washington who in 1908 decided to commemorate the loss of one of its native sons who served in the United States Navy. The award's significance was recognized by President Theodore Roosevelt who designated that the award would symbolize excellence in battleship and heavy cruiser marksmanship and in modem times overall battle readiness capabilities. Today, the Spokane Trophy is a symbol of dedication, leadership, and patriotism. It evokes a sense of pride among the citizens of Spokane, and a sense of accomplishment for the ship awarded and United States Navy. As this year's recipient, the USS Fitzgerald CDDG-623, is recognized as one of best ships in the Pacific Fleet, for this award honors the dedication, professionalism, and commitment the crew of the Fitzgerald has shown while carrying out its vital role in our nation's defense. We should not only recognize the hard work of the men and women in the United States Navy but we should also recognize and thank the families here today who make sacrifices which allow our service members to perform their duties in an exemplary manner. The important role our Navy plays in our national defense and global presence cannot be underestimated. It is because of the outstanding achievements and efforts made by our Naval servicemen and women that we can enjoy the freedom American's hold so dear. I applaud the outstanding efforts of the crew of the USS Fitzgerald and her commanding officer, Alfred Collins. You should take great pride in this accomplishment, and know we are all grateful for the outstanding duty your crew and the entire United States Navy performs on a daily basis. Bravo Zulu to you and congratulations on winning this prestigious award. Sincerely, Maria Cantwell United States Senator --4--i-qi The Chief of Naval Gperations -takes pleasure in presenting the ' Surface Ship Safety Award tDestroyerJ e to i y Uss F1TzGERALnfDDG 623 'h for excellence in the 'pursuit of A a consistently aggressive safety program and , innovative methods in the critical area, ofmishap prevention - for the period of t ii" ' pg A A 1 January to 31 Deceinber2000 y The outstanding seamanship and superiorperfornjance j of the extraordinary crew of Uss FITZGERALD reflected great credit upon themselves and upheld the highest standards of the United States Navy in the areas of safety afloat and' mishap prevention. y V V. E. CLARK Admiral, United States Navy Chief of Naval Operations FITZGERALD year 2000 history The Officers and crew of USS FITZGERALD started the new millennium iCY-2000i with a vision to master every aspect of Surface Naval Operations at Sea. That vision led to record setting achievements throughout the year.A year that included: all phases of the Inter- Deployment Training Cycle CIDTCJ, participation in the largest and most complex naval exercise in the Pacific Fleet CRIMPAC 2000l, inservice Procurement Board iINSURVl material inspection, live torpedo, Harpoon, 5"! 54 and SM-2 missile firings and culminated with a deployment to the troubled Middle East. All along the way, the Officers and Men of FITZGERALD persistent pursuit of excellence resultedin a spate of successes unprecedented in the ship's four-year history. In every aspect of Surface Warfare, USS FITZGERALD performed with the utmost poise, professionalism and style. Performances during the Inter-Deployment Training Cycle received noteworthy acclaim,The Final Evaluation Problem CFEPJ was completed in a single day with outstanding results. A Missile Firing exercise iFIREX Il and Torpedo Firing Exercise CTORPEXI were immensely successful. Moving on to advanced training, FITZGERALD sailed West for Exercise Rim of the Pacific CRIMPACJ 2000. Through the course of this challenging and highly successful exercise, FITZGERALD: performed duties as Surface Attack Unit CommanderforAnti-Submarine Warfare Exercise O0-2, engaged two high speed targets during a Stream Raid exercise and a low-flying i50ftl SupersonicTarget with spectacular results, provided emergent astern refueling relief for USS SALVOR as it towed two hulks to the Pacific Missile Range Facility, successfully engaged one ofthe hulks during a HARPOONEX, participated in the complex Theater Ballistic Missile Defense iTBMDl exercise, PACIFIC BLITZ,and performed OfHcer in Tactical Command duties during Exercise TEAMWORK NORTH 00.The crew's finely honed skills were manifested again during Mid-East Force Deployment Exercise iMEFEXl Phases I,II and III,which culminated in Texas Thunder,a 2-dayTomahawk exercise in which FITZGERALD performed duties asTSC and LAC simultaneously. FITZGERALD hosted numerous inspections and visits during the year and received superlative marks in the Medical and Dental Readiness Inspections, Explosive Safety Inspection, and COMNAVSAFECE Safety Survey. FITZGERALD'S excellent material condition was validated during a Board oflnspection and Survey CINSURVI visit in August. High marks were attained in cleanliness and preservation,whiIe FITZGERALD'S quality of shipboard life was evaluated as being "above fleet average? All other evaluations and assessments remained current through the competitive cycle. In the way of innovation, FITZGERALD introduced many new procedures and Systems designed to improve overall quality of life. FITZGERALD was chosen to receive a Textile ducting system that decreases the amount of ambient noise in ventilation system flow. FITZGERALD greatly enhanced its operational capabilities, as well as crew morale, with the completion ofthe IT-21 Increment Five install. FITZGERALD'S inventive use ofthe Battle Force TeamTrainer KBFTTJ continued to pave the way for the fleet-wide implementation of this important training system. As the "show ship" on the San Diego waterfront, FITZGERALD continued to represent the Surface Warfare communityin the most positive light. The crew was very active in community service activities, including: a Maui beach clean up project,the Meade Elementary School mentoring program and a vigorous Personnel Exchange Program CPEPI with foreign sailors during RIMPAC 2000.FITZGERALD's Navy and Marine Corps Relief effort was first among all Commander,NavaI Surface Force,U.S.Pacific Fleet destroyers. In USS FITZGERALD, combat readiness and mission accomplishment created a cause and effect attitude that drove the crew to generate exemplary results in every endeavor, but not at all costs. Quality of life was preserved through careful planning and personnel management. The ship sustained a twelve- section duty rotation that provided every Sailor quality time off while retaining ample time for mission planning and execution. Our commitment to Safety, Mission Excellence and Warrior Spirit have manifested itself in a warship ready to execute any tasking, at any time, and in any place. As a result ofthe hard work and dedication of her crew, FITZGERALD was recognized as the most combat ready ship in the entire Pacific FIeet,and was awarded the coveted Spokane Trophyforthe 2000 calandar year. . . ...Aic- 1 l icer J? s.: in vT f: '5 U 'U 0 L H-T. 4 CommanderAlfred IAI1 Collins was born in Warner Robins, GA. He enlisted inthe Navy in 1972 and advanced through the rank of Operations Specialist Chief Petty Officer. He achieved his education during offduty hours at the University ofSouth Alabama, National University and the University of California, San Diego IUCSD1. While enlisted, his assignments included USS LEXINGTON KCVT 161, USS SAN BERNARDINO lLST1 1891,NavalTraining Center: Orlando, FL and USS PEGASUS IPHM 11. ln August of 1983 Chief Collins was commissioned as an Ensign in theLimited Duty Ofricer program. His fTrst commissioned tour was in USS PEGASUS CPHM 11 as combat system division officer.ln January 1984 he was transferred to USSTRUXTUN KCGN 351 in San Diego, CA. He was assigned duties as Systems Test Officer KSTO1 and Assistant Operations Officer. His first shore assignment came in February 1 987, where he was assigned to the NavyTactical Interoperability Support Activity as Test Director for Navy's Tactical Digital Information Links. After serving in the Limited Duty Officer programfor four years, Lieutenant Collins laterally transferred to the Surface Warfare unrestricted line. He completed the Surface Warfare Officercurriculum in Newport, Rhode 2 Island and was assigned as Operations Officer in USS ENGLAND KCG 221 in San Diego, CA. During ENGLAND's 1990 deployment to the Arabian Gulf, Lieutenant CommanderCollins play a key role in Commander Middle East Force's immediate reaction to lraq's invasion of Kuwait on August 2ND. In October 1992, he was transferred to the Bureau of Naval Personnel Washington, D.C. to serve as Branch Head for Enlisted Bonus Programs in the Compensation and Policy Coordination Division. Upon completion of his assignment in Washington, D. C. Lieutenant Commander Collins attended eight-month curricula in tactics, doctrine and marine engineering in preparation for Command at Sea. BB On July 7,1995 Lieutenant Commander Collins tookcommand ofUSS GLADIATOR IMCM 121 while the ship was deployed to the Mediterranean Sea operating with NATO Mine Warfare forces.The change ofcom- mand occurred during a port visit to Lisbon, Portugal. After his deployment to the Med- iterranean and in response to the potential mine threat in the Arabian Gulf,theNavy permanently assigned two Mine Counter- Measure ships to the region. ln Novem ber 1997 Lieutenant Commander Collins and his crew was ordered to the Arabian Gulf to command USS ARDENT CMCM 111. Upon completion of his command tour on USS ARDENT in March 1998, CommanderCollins was transferred to shore duty and aSSlgned to the staff of Commander, Naval Suffafe Forces, U.S. Pacific Fleet. There he served as the Force Personnel Officer and Program Managerforthe Women-at-Sea Pro9Vam- After serving on the stafffor one year Com- mander Collins was selected to serve SS Executive Assistant lEA1f0tl'le Commalldel' Commander Collins' personal decorations include the Meritorious Servrce Medal wlth gold star, Navy Commendatron Medal wg' three gold Stars. Navy Achievement Me 3- with three gold stars, and Navy Good Con uct Medal with two bronze stars. He has been awarded the Navy Unit Comme-Hdaflonf Navy Meritorious Unit Commendation?NaZ1g Expeditionary Medal, National De en d Service Medal with bronze star,ArmtZr Forces Expeditionary Medal with bronze s Za Southwest Asia Service Medal with brortth star, Sea Service Deployment Rrbbolp Vvlcait silverstar, Expert Pistol Rrbbonland U Liberation Medal lKUWAlTl- E ...Half ,,,q,.Y7Lv1,QQP ,nav g 0 --. uw. K? MarkW Harris Lieutenant Commander Mark Harris is a native of Huntington, New York, He at- tended Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana and graduated in 1986, earning a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Technology. I Lieutenant Commander Harris began his naval career with the NROTC program at Purdue University and was commissioned an Ensign in December 1986. His initial sea tour followed as a member ofthe commissioning crew in USS SAN JACINTO CCG 569 serving as Anti -Surface!Strike Warfare Officer and Navigator. As a Department Head he served as commissioning Weapons Officer in USS MITSCHER KDDG 577 and completed a follow on tour as Combat Systems Officer. Lieutenant Commander Harris is presently serving as the Executive Ofhcer onboard USS FITZGERALD lDDG 621. Lieutenant Commander Mark Harris' tours ashore include duty as Strike LeaderAttack Training Syllabus KSLATSJ instructor and Tomahawk Strike Planner at the U.S. Naval Strike Warfare Center, Fallon, Nevadapand on the staff ofthe Chief of Naval Operations in the Surface Warfare Directorate iN86l, Land AttackWarfare branch. I Lieutenant Commander Harris' personal awards include the Navy!Ma rine Corps Commendation Medal,the Navy!Marine Corps Achievement Medal as well as various service and campaign awards. I Ani. l,'?1, -qw' i 77- - I V V i- VY- V- fi--1 .V -Y-V-- Yrrf, -,-V ,.VY , .. n,,-,.,, , ... ,--,,, ,,,- V , ,, :V,g,l-1,..,.,, A,-,,:,A LH ,AL r WL, , , W , , -XX1, M I I 1 I 1 l 5 2 w 1 1 4 w v 9 Iii ,, 1.-1 -,-,- --.-JV-,--U-1-f,.,f.--fi -iff---Ev-ff?--,--:rf ,V g.:----:fc--fa -5 v-'X - - "fur pifjefl -V1 ri fi " , , ' - :gui-W ,N N 'Q 2 ca. David M. Knip 2 Q Q A native of eastern Pennsylvania, Master Chief David Knipple was born in York in 1960. Hejoined the Navy in February 1978 underthe Delayed Entry Program, and reported to RecruitTraining Command,Great Lakes,Illinois for BasicTraining in July 1978. Master Chief Knipple's first tour ofduty was at Naval Radio Transmitting Facility,Capas, Tarlac, Republic ofthe Philippines,followed byatouraboard USS COCHRANE CDDG 211 homeported in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii and then laterYokosuka,Japan. After departing the USS COCH RAN E, he returned to the Philippines and was stationed at Naval Communication Station Philippines, San Miguel. His duties included Calibration Laboratory and Communications Maintenance Division Leading Petty Officer, and assistant Command Training Officer. 6 In 1988 Master Chief Knipplereturned to sea duty aboard USS CROMMELIN KFFG 371 homeported in Long Beach, California and then later Pearl Harbor,Hawaii. His duties included Leading Chief Petty Officer oftwo divisions and a myriad of collateral duties. In 1992 Master Chief Knipple was stationed at Fleet Tactical Deception Group Pacific, operating out of Naval Amphibious Base, Coronado. His duties included Systems Department Leading Chief Petty Officer and assistant Command Master Chief. He received an Associate of Arts degree in General Studies from Central Texas College in 1993. Returning to sea once again in 1995, Master Chief David Knipple reported aboard USS CARL VINSON CCVN 7Ol homeported in Alameda, California and then later based in Bremerton, Washington. He served as the Operations Department Master Chiefand Assistant Command Master Chief. In 1997, Master Chief Knipple attended the Senior Enlisted Academy in route to assume responsibilties as USS FITZGERALD CDDG 62l Command MasterChief. Master Chief Knipple's decorations include the Navy Commendation Medal fwith three gold starsl, Navy Achievement Medal Cwith one gold starl, Joint Service Unit Citation, Navy Unit Citation, Meritorious Unit Citation lwith two starsl, and a GoodConduct Medal iwith five starsl. -dur 4, ,TW . , . ,, " ' "' ' " 'Wi' ' 'lm' . km., ...Y Alf.. L . A L j .g1,fg?gSM.x1,,f , 1,4 3 - jk Q ve J 'Y 'TN Y , 1 QQ 'Q f A . . ,,x,,. he fx Vt-ti 'wh-R' A' v nrq, ,,,...--- X S-in 'AJ J W! "' " ZCKTS 'wma-..,.,., J ,wtuawnw YQ, BMC. 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'Q :A 1 3ilLgpg1f,Qgg'ZJ 3 , 'I E m f ' Q 'Lai MQPZJ' IM! , 51:21 ,flcmyd VW?" , I ., , W, 5, W1 f V my fum 44, 54-,fi ,f,,. , i ' ' -'B J Ji - 'w 5 if .ww 'fi -3 'IQ eris 7'6lCf lm TZ 5 F PHYSICAL DIMENSIONS Length fOveraIl!WaterlineJ 5057466' Beam iMax!WaterlineI 66'!59' Draft 31' Height- Above Waterline 148' Visual Horizon From Bridge 10 NM Displacement 8315 tons WEAPONS 1 - MK 45!MOD 1 5754 CAL Gun Mount 2 - MK41!MOD 2 Vertical Launching Systems C90 CellsTotaI Capacity for Standard Missile TOMAHAWK Cruise Missile,orVertical Launch ASROCTorpedoesl 2 - MK 141 HARPOON Anti-Shipping Missile Launchers i4 Missile Capacity Eachl 2 - MK15!lVlOD12 PHALANX Close-in Weapons Systems 2 - MK 32!lVlOD14Triple Over-The-Side Torpedo Tube Mount ' FIRE CONTROL SYSTEM ANXSPY-ID Radar C4 Array Facesl MK 99!MOD 3 FCS Illuminators 13 Antennasl MK116!MOD 7 Underwater FCS ANXSWG-1 A HARPOON Control System ANXSWG-3ATOMAHAWKWeapon Control System SENSORS ANXSPY-1 D Radar AN!SPY-67lVl2 Surface Search Radar AN!SPY-64iVl9 Surface Search Radar ANXSQS-53C CVJ 1 Sonar Array ANXSQR- 19 CVD 1TaCtlCaIToWed SonarArray LAMPS Mark Ill Helicopter ANXSQQ-28iVJ2 LAMPS lll Shipboard System ELECTRONIC SUPPORTICOUNTERMEASURES ANXSLQ-32 KVI 2 Electronic Warfare System ANXSLQ-25 NlXIETorpedo Countermeasures MK 36!MOD 12 Decoy Launching System COMMAND,CONTROL,8r COMMUNICATIONS MK 2!MOD O Command X Decision System MK8!MOD1 Weapons Control System MK 2!MOD 0 AEGIS Display System MK 7!MOD 0 Operational Readiness Test System ANXSQQ-89 KVI 6 ASW Combat System ANIUQN-4 Fathometer ANIWQC-2A UnderwaterTelephone AN!WQC-6 PROBE ALERT ANXU RN-25 TACAN ANXWRN-6 81 ANIWSN-5 lnertial!Satellite Navigation System ANXSRN- l 7A OMEGA Navigation System ANXUPX-29 IFF System LINK 1 1!4ATacticaI Data Links MFXHFNHFXUHFXSATCOMXINFRARED ExternaICommunications ANXSRQ-4 LAMPS ll Data Link ANXSKR-4B LAMPS lData Link ANXARR-75 Sonobuoy Receiver ANISYQ-7 CVD 5A NAVMACS Message Processing System ENGINEERING 4 - General Electric LM2500 GasTurbine Propulsion Engines C100,000 SHPJ : 30+ knots 3 - Allison 501-K34 2500 KW GasTurbine Electrical Generators 2 - 17 ft. Diameter Controllable-Reversible Pitch Propellers 2 - 12,000 Gallon Per Day Reverse Osmosis Potable Water Distillers ami. ..r,.4....,., 1.11 f - , , I 1511 A lf-..... rr'nes9HEJ5".'fffr5F??LIiIIllifiii " ll Y Y V.--.i.,,,,,, T , .. H. - - -I The mission of USS FITZGERALD CDDG 627 is to conduct prompt, sustained combat operations at sea, in support of U.S. national policy.She is equipped to operate in a high-density, multi-threat envi- ronment as an integral member ofa carrier battle group, surface action group or underway replenishment group. In addition to her own selfdefense capabilities in anti-airwarfare CAAWI,anti-submarine warfare iASWl,anti-surface warfare KASUWI, FITZGERALD can effectively provide local area protection to the battle group, surface action group, and other ships. FITZGERALD is equipped with the world's most sophisticated weaponry systems.She employs the ANXSPY- ID phased array radar,which incorporates significant advances in the detection capabilities ofthe AEGIS Weapons System, particularly in its resistance to enemy electronic countermeasures CECMJ. Using SPY- ID and her MARK 99 fire Control System, FITZGERALD can guide her vertically launched Standard Missiles to intercept hostile aircraft and missiles at ex- tended ranges.To provide point defense against hostile airtargets, FITZGERALD is equipped with the Block I upgrade to the Phalanx Close In Weapons System ICIWSJ. FITZGERALD is also equipped with the Navy's latest ASUW Combat Systems. Land attack cruise missile strike capability is provided byTomahawk missiles,which are launched from her Mark 41 Vertical Launching System iVLSI.Her shorter range Harpoon anti-shipping cruise missiles have a range in excess of65 nautical miles.The 51 U54 caliber gun,in conjunction with the Mark 34 Gun Weapons System, is an anti-surface weapon which can also be used for close-in air contacts or to sup port forces ashore with Naval Gunfire Support CNGFSI. Finally, FlTZGERALD's AN!SQQ-89 integrated ASW suite is the most advanced anti-submarine warfare system in the world today.The ANXSQR-I 9 Tactical Array Sonar CTACTASI provides extremely long range passive detection of enemy submarines and the ANXSQS-53C hull-mounted sonar is used to actively and passively detect and localize submarine contacts. FITZGERALD also has the capability to support the SH-60B LAMPS Mark Ill helicopter which can use a tactical data link to the ship for sup- port in anti-submarine operations, as well as conducting over-the-horizon targeting missions. Six MARK 32 surface vessel torpedo tubes round out the anti-submarine package of FITZGERALD.These systems are supple- mented by the SLQ-32Vl2J Electronic Warfare Suite,which provides for passive detection and permits the launching of decoy countermeasures. Propelled by four quick-response General Electric LM-2500 Gas Turbine Engines coupled to two controllable, reverse pitch QCRPI propellers, FITZGERALD has tremendous maneuverability and a top speed in excess on 30 knots. Her expert engineers also provide the ship with electricity,fresh water, heating and air conditioning facilities. FITZGERALD matches maximum survivability with her potent offensive capability.In the ARLEIGH BURKE Class,all- steel construction is used. Extensive top-side armor is placed around vital combat systems and machinery spaces, and a new large-waterplane area hull from significantly improves seakeeping ability.Acoustic,infrared and radar signatures have been reduced, and vital shipboard systems are hardened against electromagnetic pulse and over-pressure damage. A compre- hensive Collective Protection System guards against nuclear,chemical or biological agents.State-of-the-art propulsion and damage control systems are managed by an all new data multiplexing transmission system. Home to a crew of over 270, FITZGERALD has most services associated with a small town at sea, including dining, banking,ATM, laundry, Post Office and shopping facilities, over 10,000 line items ofspare parts and a barber shop.A marvel ofmodern technology and engineering, FITZGERALD is a powerful instrument of state in the service of her nation, capable ofsustaining herself at sea for months at a time. FITZGERALD is the premier warship designed to carry out the U.S. Navy's missions today and well into the 21 st Century. 71 Z71667' Timothy T. Earl Originally from Detroit, MI, Lieutenant Earl is a 1996 graduate ofThe University of Michigan with a BSE in Computer Engineering. LT Earl's first assignment was First Leutenant and later Main Propulsion Assistant aboard U S S John A. Moore KFFG 193. During his 2-yeartour he completed two 4-month counter-narcotics deployments to both the Eastern Pacific and Caribbean. He then transferred to USS Bunker Hill ICG 523 as Auxillaries Officer. After completing a 7- month overhaul and Light-Off Assessment, he became Chief Engineer for his remaining three months on board to fill an unplanned gap in that billet. LT Earl is married to the former Georgina Hirschler of Argentina. They reside in Chula Vista. HAH.. CWO4 Ted W Thompson San Diego CA LTJG Kenneth P Daplas San Dzego CA LTJG Danrel Y Wang Germantown MD ENS Matthew C Pomer San Diego CA ENS Bradley S Lewls Fort Worth TX DCCCSWXAWD Danrel E Curtrs EMCQSWJ Jerry L Kessler Frankford DE ENCQSWJ Terry G Vaughn Pflugervzlle TX GSCSCSWJ Celester Cooper Newark NJ GSECQSWJ Ralph F Chaffee Lincoln NE GSMCCSWJ Crlstopher T Wheeler Canton MI GSMCCSWJ Mlchael D Sl6gI'1SI Raczne WI ,uv ZH Zi? O 3 rw ru Y V1 + Q 5 1 R' 19 JS Sterling Heights, MI V ENIQSWQ Edward A. Hanis Houston, TX ENZKSWE Bobby D. Solsbery Fort Worth, YX EN2 Eric Delgado San Marcos, TX EN3 Jacob R. Blake McPherson, KS EN3 Jeffrey L. Dewing Westglover, VT EN3 Carlos A. Hinojosa McAllen, TX EN3 Bhola Page Walla Walla, WA EN3 Luvance L. McAfee Houston, TX ENFA Gabriel R, Castro Chula Vista, CA FN Luis A. Macias Salt Lake City, UT FA Robert R. Stroupe Hattiesburg, MS ,,,...fw "' rm L WW. ZA QS X W - , g 5 ,w ,fmJ:'7"v iszon D171 HT IQSWJ Ronald G. Battaglia Oklahoma City, OK HT2 Stanley Estridge Venice, CA HT3fSWj Jeffrey A. Hanke Esparto, CA FN Joseph Hart Islip, NY MRICSWJ Mark Green Carson City, NV DCICSWJ G. Travis Morin San Diego, CA DCZCSWJ Michael Miller Oceanside, CA DC3 Marcos A. Hernandez El Paso, TX DC3 Luis Lopez-sarti San Fransisco, CA 22 DC3 Jeffrey Kushiner Tarrence, CA DC3 Shawn Love Carmichel, CA DC3 Nicholas Tollefson Sioux Falls, SD DCFN Matt Hayes Flagstajf AZ "" , M' y ,V ,, ? A VV f I f f f , ,.,' I I ' 1 ff 'V WW ,,,, J V, 9 ,,', Z f ya ' EMICSWJ Raymond F. Abernathy Silverdale, WA EMICSWJ Robert S. Villena Baguio City, RP EM3 Shea E. Meeks Tafi, CA EM3 Olakekan P. Oyawale San Diego, CA EMFN Roberto C. Salvador Brroklyn, NY EMFA Adam T. Blair Tuscan, AZ EMFA David P. Repsch Philadelphia, PA FN Deandre E. Hatch Milwaukee, WI E zazg ZS' H0 I0 OJ ZSl07Z D111 24 -my GSEICSWJ Jerry A. Lleva Benguet, RP GSEZCSWJ Marco A. Perez Milpitas, CA GSE3 Ricardo R. Morales Chula Vista, CA GSE3QSWj Syvret O. Wamer Brooklyn, NY GSMKSWJ Vincent L. Miner Chicago, IL GSMl Darrell A. Lavelle San Diego, CA GSMICSWJ Thomas E. Norris Richmond, TX GSMICSWJ Mario L. Padin San Diego, CA GSMZQSW5 James Wissenback San Diego, CA GSM2 Timothy E. Brown Damascus Early, GA GSMZCSWJ Nathaniel M. Simeon Artesia, CA GSMZQSWJ Eliseo Vedar, Jr. San Diego, CA . ' GSMZKSWJ Tuyven K. Vu Cincinnati, OH GSM3fSWJ Johny Rogers-Alvarez San Diego, CA GSM3fSWJ Jose Valles-Bermudez The Dalles, OR GSMFN Nicholas S. Pollack San Bernardino, CA pm yr i l am .. l an GSMFN Brian D. Shook Charolette, NC GSMFA Raymond E. Sargent Redding, CA FN Chad Hefner Kapolei, H1 FN Cherron T. Wade Guntown, MS GSEFN Cuauhtemoc Aguilar San Diego, CA GSEFN Monteris Dean Huntsville, AL FA Jose J. Alvarez Apple Valley, CA FR David R. Laduca Scottsville, NY yr! if ffl 1 l 2, Joseph P Naman Lieutenant Commander Naman is a native of Maryville,Tennessee and is a 1989 graduate ofAuburn University. Afterattending Surface Warfare Officer School Division Officer Course in San Diego, California, he reported aboard USSWADDELL KDDG 245 in San Diego, California as Communications OfHcer,Combat information Center Officer, and Operations Officer. While serving in WADDELL, LCDR Naman augmented Commander Destroyer Squadron 21 Staffduring Operation Desert Storm. Upon detachment from WADDELL in 1992, LCDR Naman was assigned to Precommissioning Unit CURTIS WILBUR CDDG 541 as Fire Control Officer. After three years in CURTIS WILBUR, he was assigned to Surface Warfare Development Group Detachment West in San Diego, California as Assistant Officer in Charge. Following Surface Warfare Officer School Department Head Course in Newport, Rhode Island and various AEGIS training courses, he reported to USS FITZGERALD CDDG .621 as Weapons Officer. Subsequently, he has assumed duty as Combat Systems Officer. LCDR Naman's awards include the Navy Commendation Medal, Navy Achievement Medal fwith two gold starsl, and various campaign and unitawards. LCDR Naman is married to the former Mary Elizabeth Homen of Laguna Beach, California. They are proud parents of Ryan and Ross. The family currently resides in Lakeside, California. W Scott Switzer Lieutenant Switzer was born 21 November 1969 in Klamath Falls,Oregon. He graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 1992 with a bachelor's degree in Computer Science. Following graduation, Lieutenant Switzer attended Nuclear Power School in Orlando, Florida from September 92 to February 93, Nuclear Prototype in Balston Spa, New York from March 93 to August 93 and SWOS in Newport, Rhode Island from September 93 to February 94. He was then assigned to USS Abraham Lincoln CCVN 723 from March 94 to April 97 as Reactor Laboratory Officerand later as Chemistry and Radiological Controls Assistant. He also completed his Nuclear Engineering certification during this period oftime. After LINCOLN, Lieutenant Switzer was assigned to COMNAVAIRPAC as Training OfHcer on the Nuclear Propulsion Mobile Training Team from May 97 to June 99. During his two years on the MobileTrainingTeam,Lieutenant Switzer visited 11 different countries while performing approximately 20 ship visits. He also attended Southern Methodist University via a distance learning program during this period, earning a master's degree in Engineering Management. 7 ' Lieutenant Switzer is married to the former Alicia Maria Lynch ofCerritos,CaIifornia.They ave two children, Matthew, age 5, and Ryan age 2. The Switzer's currently reside in Chula Vista, California. -Ani' Officers + Chiefs LT Benjamin L Bryant San Diego CA LT Daniel L Lidster Hopkinson MN LTJG Daryl J Lotemplo Buffalo NY LTJG David R Pfaff San Diego CA ENS Jason W DeBlock New Hampton NY LTJG Dean A Roy San Diego CA ENS Carlton J. Jarvis San Diego, CA ENS Nathan C. Russo III San Antonio, TX ENS Stephen M. Vossler San Diego, CA ETCQSWJ Kevin M. Costello Yuba Cuty Sutter, CA FCCSQSWJ Jerry L. Martin Gallatin, TX FCCSQSWJ Joseph T. Shreves San Diego, CA FCCSQSWJ R, L. Taylor San Diego, CA FCCCSWJ William J. Rvers Foster City, CA GMCQSWJ William G. Huster San Diego, CA GMCQSWJ John D. Labik San Diego, CA STGCCSWJ Lee A. Polikoff Plantation, FL 'mmm A 2 FCZCSWJ Jason P. Hale Owensbror, KY FCQQSWJ Jeffrey S. Hoban Marysville, OH FCZQSWJ Wesley Kerr Tallahassee, FL FCZQSWJ Michael J. Lords San Diego, CA FCZQSWJ Mark D. McMahan San Diego, CA FC2 John J. Schwab Evans City, PA FC3 Dean Chennault San Antonio, TX FC3CSWj Ismael Delacruz San Antonio, TX FC3CSWJ Joe M. Gamboa Las Vegas, NV FC3fSWj Donald Goldsworthy Ishpeming, MI FC3 Jeremy R. Guin Winfield, AL FC3fSWj Anthony A. Hughes Roseville, MI FC3 James M. Masopust Heblzronville, TX FC3 Jarrod R. Richardson San Diego, CA FC3 Joshua S. Slaydon San Diego, CA FC3 Brian Loux San Diego, CA FC3 Kyle A. Weiss Sandoval, IL FC3QSWJ Joseph O. Young Beaumont, CA FC3 Antonio Birch St. Helena, SC FCSA Christopher W. Parker Claypool, AZ lin s mg E ZS' U0 29 X A PX 'AN ARE NW mx e ETICSWJ Buan Gelb San Dzego CA ET1 Kendall Grlfflths San Dzego CA ET2 Jeffrey N Chck San dzego CA ETZQSWJ James F Edmgton Harrlsonvzlle M0 Z'UZ.S'Z07'Z ET2 Stephen M Gosnell Indzanapolls IN ET2 Wllllam A Mapp Lakewood CA ETZCSWJ Jeremy M Wllhams Melbourne FL ET3 Gary M Blngham Paris France Q A ,-.,, ET3 John A Bruzzo Jr Oceanside CA ET3 Joshua L Folker Tyler Texas ET3 Matthew C Wllhams Mzra Loma CA ICICSWJ Jonathan L Rlchardson Richmond MA IC2 Anthony T Boards Smiths Grove KY IC3 Travls J Andolsek Monmouth IL IC3 Jason Jones San Dzego CA IC3 Jusnn Keal11nohomoku Palo Alto, CA IC3 James T Reld Nashvzlle, TN BM2 Andy Le Garden Grove, CA , A :L , neea A i ' ' W5 Vaixggg K nfwvrl. wL""M 4... M ggi , 5 3 xii .W 552 i ,,, .E , , . 1 N . 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Sterle Buena Vista, CA FC3 William T. Benton Novi, MI FC3 Benjamin J. Brown Harlland, WI FC3 Michael L. Dozier Texarkana, TX FC3 Bfyan A. Gaa Winterpark, CA FC3 Thomas J. Good Mansford, OK FC3CSWJ Joel D. Grubbs Jefferson, TX FC31SWj Douglas M. Sheppard San Diego, CA FC3 Joseph Grompone Miyord, PA N ll' W GMIQSWJ Robert P Charboneau Warren MN GMICSWJ Enc A O Neal Highland Ranch C0 GMKSWJ Charles D Streetman Wenatchee WA GM2 Wrllram P Donovan Chandler AZ GM2 Enc Jaeger Anchorage AK GM2 Kevm Savoy Lake Shores LA GMZCSWD Wllllam M McDonald San Dzego CA GMZCSWJ Arturo Vrlla San Dzego CA GM3 Nathan K Anderson East Grandforks MN GM3 Davld C Busby Washington KS GM3 Benjamm N Maglaughlm Haysvzlle KS GM3 Cameron J Nelson Atlanta GA GM3 Norman D. Banks Carson, CA GMSN Dennis F. Hiller Pennshuken, NJ GMSN Jacob J. Malda McHenry, IL GMSN Ryan M. Mosher Helena, MT ff -I- ' I I Daniel J Senesky LT Senesky received his commission from the Pennsylvania State University NROTC program in 1991 after earning a Bachelor ofArts degree in Broadcasting. Upon graduation, he attended Surface Warfare Officers School in Coronado, CA, He initially reported to USS PYRO KAE 241 in October 1992 as the Auxiliaries Officer, but later assumed duties as the Boilers and Machinery Division Officer. Following PYRO'S decommissioning in May 1994, he reported to USS CARL VINSON lCVN 707 as the OI Division Officer. Following a 36 month tour on CARL VINSON, LT Senesky reported to Surface Wa rfa re Officers School in Newport, RI where he served as a member of the Department Head Training staff. During this tour, he earned a Master of Arts degree in International Relations from Salve Regina University as well as Joint Professional Military Education Phase I credit from the Naval War College. Upon completion of Department Head School and the AEGIS training pipeline, he reported to his current assignment in USS FITZGERALD CDDG 621 as Operations Officer. His decorations include the Navy Commendation Medal iSecond awardl, National Defense Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Southwest Asia Service Medal and Sea Service Deployment Ribbon. LT Senesky is married to the former Lorraine A. Narvett of Beaver, PA. They currently reside in Chula Vista, CA with their son, John. -.4H. I P , , 'ff -.,. ,--L .il ,,,' V, . - -',, ' gf- .NME zimlfifw, ,,if,,x,g,,f,f ,mr ,X .,2- . ffm fi? H-..-y on new-f f wwe., , of,.i,ff,e.,,, .. ' . i A ' I- if 'f .,.W..m e M f Q f"' fx-:Q H f e - i, , A . K 'V' f .Z A, f ,iii ?fi'V"1fC',"L 'ffm 7-'4L"'f1fW91' ' D l -' ,455-H XX! 2 ,, .11 ' J' , -, 'W' I-'WW TW 'W ' ' . -'li A . N, i -W A -- ,im pew , , ,,,., . i rf LT Brian J. Deters Teutopolis. IL LT Thomas A. Post San Diego, CA LTJG Justin L. Harts San Diego, CA LTJG Eduardo E. Nunez San Diego, CA ,Z W My A f . xi. " - sz' ' ' ,, ii, ,,,,, H i fe , f y .fm A L a i -M, fag ,f A , at ,,,, ,,. f ' n SQ aa W , f i m z f Q ,. if ,X 'ix' if Z My f L Y . Z 4 W SUOHEJS LTJG Ted Johnson Raleigh, NC LTJG Brian Young San Diego, CA ENS Adam D. Alverson Mobile, AL ENS Kevin F. Barber Los Angeles. CA ENS Patrick G. Wakins BMCCSWIAWJ Gary A. Moore Summerville, OR EWCCSWJ Danny Mejia San Diego, CA ITCCSWD Gregory Le Page Fall River Bristol OSCMQSWB Kent Haywood San Diego, CA OSCS Robert J. Young East Northport, NY ,uzfcla ZH Zi? 5 35 E. 5 S2 S2 :Q fi fb W VX + 9 5- 1 C." 35 2 ZUZSZ071 ITl1SWJ Herbert R Allen Montgomery IL ITICSWJ Kevm D Bowser Tyler TX ITICSWJ James M Damel Salem OH ITZCSWJ Mlchael A Berry Paris CA ITZCSWJ James Selusl San Dzego CA ITZCSWD Davld G Black San Dzego CA ITZCSWJ Edward L Jordan San Dzego CA Rexburg ID IT3 Davld Porter San Dzego CA lT3 Antomo Valdez San Dzego CA ITSN Edd Jones Manchester KY ITSN Bnan P Provenzano Evergreen Park IL ITSN Jamaal A Webb Washzngzon DC FC2 Sean C O Bnen San Dzego CA FCZQSWJ Jason A Phxpps San Dzego CA ITZQSWJ Ryan D. Nlorris 36 BMIQSWJ Bruce Billouin Norfolk, MA BMZCSWJ John C. Carlson San Diego CA BMZQAWJ Robert S. Foster Castroville CA Silvis IL BMZCSWJ Jason Kinyon awndale CA SN Shannon Carr Houston, TX SN Derek X. Cohen Norcross, GA SN Christopher R. Roberts Houston, TX SN Juan J. Rodriguez Los Angeles, CA SN John P. Sullivan Stockton, CA SN Robert M. Valencia Hesperia, CA SN Derek W. Wetherington Bartlesville, OK SA Justin G. Balius Portland, OR SN Allen Adams Anaheim, CA SA Jason P. Duque Chula Vista, CA SR Terik A. Crawford Ft. Washington, MD SR Edwin D. Kopp San Diego, CA SR Ryan W. Thompson Glendale, AZ SR Joseph M. Wildenmann Friedens, PA BMZQSWJ David P. Goeden Jr. ZH KL Z ZS' H0 OJ NI -ww ZSZOYZ Dzfv H 38 EWICSWJ Scott M. Aldridge Minneapolis, MN EWZCSWD Nadiya S. Dasa San Diego, CA EWZKSWJ Jared A. Koch Greensboro, NC EW3 Brendan B. Banks Arlinglon, TX ISHSWJ Marcus E. Dunn Fort Worth, TX CTOI Steven Newsom Nashville, TN CTO2 Michael Rohner New Orleans, LA CTR2 Baron Buck New York, NY CTM2 Rick Noble Athens, GA CTO3 Kevin Bultman Diluth, MN CTR2 Sammy Velez-Vanderbeke Chino Hills, CA CTR2 William Blevins Fort Knox, KY L d in mm T OSICSWJ David J. Hogg Levittown, NY OSICSWJ Shayne M. Isaac New Iberia, LA OSICSWD Timothy I. Richmond Denver, MO OSZQSWB Dante O. Amador Houston, TX OS2 Oscar Casas Houston, TX OS2 Robin-Benjamin K. Cohn Cobb, CA OSZCSWJ Gabriel J. Dorsey New Iberia, LA OSZCSWJ Jaime R. Heath Oklahoma City, OK OSZCSWJ Jeremy D. Lyle Dallas, TX OS2 Kirk H. Maskalick San Diego, CA OSZCSWJ Romeo Salazar San Diego, CA OS2 Dwayne Stoumbaugh San Diego, CA OSQCSWJ Tarius J. Williams Pensacola, FL OS3 Kevin T. Kopplin Orlando, FL OS3 Femando J. Tarango Albuquerque, NM OSSA Brandon Cates San Diego, CA OSSA Zach A. Hull San Diego, CA OSSA Aaron R. Speltz San Diego, CA OSSR Milton T, Grimes San Diego, CA OSSA Preston Thompson San Diego, CA HOZSZQZG C0 LO Matthew J. Jacobs LieutenantJacobs is a 1994 graduate of University of Colorado, Boulder, with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. He earned his commission in 1994through participation in the Navy Reserve Officer Training Corps program.LT Jacobs' first assignment was AssistantSupply Officeraboard Pre-commissioning Unit COLE KDDG 671 and USS COLE KDDG 673. During a 39-month tour he participated in shipyard planning during the construction phase, Post DeliveryTest and Trials iPDT8rTl, and COLE's maiden voyage to the Arabian Gulf. He then transferred to Naval Sea Systems Command in Arlington,VA. During an eighteen- month toun LTJacobs served as a budget analyst in the Amphibious Ships Program Office ,f -N, ,..,, CPMS377l while participating in the Business and Financial Management intern program and earning his sub-specialty title of Naval Acquisition Business and Financial Manager. LTJacobs is currently serving as Supply Officer aboard USS FITZGERALD KDDG 62l. His personal decorations include Navy Achievement Medal iThird Awardl, National Defense Service Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, and Sea Service Deployment Ribbon iSecond Awardl. LT Jacobs is formerly from Somers Point, NJ. He currently resides in Pacific Beach, CA. ..-nil. 1 LTJG James H. Murphy San Diego, CA DKCQAWISWD Nilo S. Nunez San Diego, CA SKCCAWISWD Alan S, Carpio Manila, RP MSCCSWJ Emmanuel N. Fragi San Diego, CA ,uvdag ZH H2 O -A 3? fi fb H va + Q 5- 1 3' 41 MS3 Esau Cu Guerrero MX MS3 Ervmg Delgado .Tr Brooklyn NY MS3 Greg Hollls Jr Phzlly PA SN Artemlo D Worth San Dzego CA MSSN Bucky D Thrash Lubbock TX MSIQSWJ Rolando V Baun San Dzego CA MSICSWJ Raymond Casey San Antonio TX MSICSWJ Wllham C Nourse Oelwezn IA MS2 James Dallas Shreveport LA MS3 Zollo L Hlzon Bataan P1 MS2 Joseph Mlkulsky MSZCSWJ Israel Santos Manila PI MS3 Resututo B Carplo Batuun Pl CVHS Q r Waxhan, NC i SKHSWJ Chester F. Bames Matherville, IL SKZQSWJ Jerry T. DeLeon San Antonio, TX SK2 Ray Anthony Carrera Temecula, CA SK2 Russell Clark, II San Diego, CA SK3QSWJ Manuel G. Pua Laguna, PI SK3 Melchor B. Ranay PusayCity, PI SKSN Marcos A. Correa Aguas Buenus, PR PC3 Jesse A. Bulger Columbus, OH Z5'ZfLZCI U0 -P CD 071 ZSZ 44 SHIQSWJ Harry J. White Victoria, TX SHZQSWJ Reynaldo F. Alvarez Cavite, PI SI-I2 Sofronio T. Lambino San Diego, CA SH3 Antonio C. Baloy San Diego, CA SH3 James A. Dymond Chicago, IL SH3 Gregory G. Norton Price, UT SHSN Lamar C. Spain Youngstown, OH DK3 Eric S. Bonnes Chicago, IL DKSN Matthew T. Smith Lake Elsinore, CA -I---1: X ll 16 ff Brian R Gustavson LT Brian R.Gustavson was born and raised in Los Angeles, California and is a 1996 graduate of the U. S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. He has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemistry. LT Gustavson has served in one previous sea tour aboard USS GUARDIAN KMCM SJ, homeported in Sasebo, Japan. He was billeted as Auxiliaries Officer, Electrical Officer, and Damage Control Assistant. Upon returning from overseas, he reported for duty to USS FITZGERALD CDDG 623 as Navigator. LT Gustavson is not married and resides in San Diego, California. -.Ai- . P..-..,.. 3-.J U X2 ew -5 , F PNCCAWJ Mario A. Salim Sacramento, CA PNIQSWJ Kron A. Lovins Hickory, NC YNICAWJ Albert L. 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The objective of the Enlisted Surface Warfare w Specialist program is to provide the candidate an introduction into the processes and topics necessary to support the warfighting i requirements of our Navy. 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