Fletcher (DD 445) - Naval Cruise Book

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'ff wg 1 LQ NX 'Mg' ff Q 1 We-fa ff Y' f - ,-.7 'Kuff f I X 659 Lg y R f' Y' m 4 L Q f gf ff :vu 4 4C Qg X I Mt A ' X .YR f fa 'V' lf f Y CNJR ff ff ff A SS FL T If FLYT P FLETCHER HISTORY THE BEGINNING In March 1934 Congress authorized the design and building of a ship that was to become the forerunner of the modern American destroyer, a ship for whom no Job. was too menial and no task too great. October 2, 1941 in Kearny, New Jersey her keel was laid. On May 3, 1942, she slid down the ways. Named for Admiral Frank Friday FLETCHEE, holder of the Con- gressional Medal of Honor, she was christened by that naval hero's.w1fe. On June 30, 1942 FLETCHER'S commissioning pennant was hoisted and she was readied for sea. TO BATTLE In August 1942 the Coral Sea had been won and the Imperial Japanese Navy was driven back from Midway. Two carriers and nine destroyers had been lost. The Solomons situation was critical. On November 13, 1942, in the battle of Guadalcanal, which has often been cited as the most furious surface engagement ever fought, FLETCHER steamed to the great South Pacific battle arena and had her baptism of fire. That night she assisted in sinking a Japanese light cruiser, but her outstanding contribution to the battle was the single-handed destruction of a heavy cruiser. Our losses after that terrible twenty-four minutes were one battleship, two cruisers and five destroyers all sunk, two cruisers and seven destroyers damaged. A staggering toll, yet the FIGHTING FLETCHER emerged from the battle without a scratch. A ship of tempered steel whose luck was solid goldg a luck that was to hold almost to the end of the war. Her battle record reads like the history of the great Pacific war: Guadalcanal, Tas- safaronga, Gilbert Islands, Hollandia, New Guinea, Mindoro, Corregidor and Borneo. She steamed over 200,000 miles in three years with but one engineering casualty. FLETCHER suffered her first Qand only! hit by the enemy in February 1945. A shore battery on Corregi- dor scored, knocking out both forward gun mounts, taking the lives of seven men and wound- ing six others. Damage was controlled, largely through the efforts of Elmer C. Bigelow, WT 2fC, USNR, who gave his life when he plunged into the burning ammunition magazine and ex- . tinguished the fire. BIGELOW was posthumously awarded the ,Congressional Medal of Honor. In February 1957 the destroyer BIGELOW was launched in honor of FLETCHER'S hero. On May 31, 1945 FLETCHER arrived in San Pedro, California for her first overhaul. Early in 1949 FLETCHER went through modernization and conversion. On October 3, 1949, she was recommissioned as an escort destroyer. With her new armament and equipment, her pri- mary task was to hunt down and kill submarines. At the outbreak of hostilities in Korea, the old warhorse climbed back into harness and joined the Seventh Fleet. Again her battle record reads like the history of the Korean Conflict: Inohon, Amgak, Sak To Island, Peppa Kotsu, Hosen, Nenjo Chi, Hungnan and Wonsan. Her presence in the battle line reassured all who knew the gallant ship from days past. TODAY ' The FLETCHER was redesignated Destroyer in. 1961. Now an all-purpose destroyer, she is part Of Destroyer Squadron TWENTY-FIVE homeported in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Her duties include naval gunfire support, antisubmarine warfare, convoy and escort duties as well as SQHPC11 and YSSCUG. FLETCHER again is seeing action in the struggle for peace in Vietnam, and like the gallant old lady she is, her wake can be seen as one of the Seventh Fleet's best. 2 1 T w E QT I V Q F- T Q 4 1 T .iff f l Length ........ 2 I Beam ......... Standard displacement . T Full load . ....... Guns ......... ASW weapons . . Shafts! Total horsepower Trial speed .... . . STATISTICS . . 376 feet . . 39feet . . . . . ..... 2l00tons . . . . . ..... 3050 tons . . . Two 5"f38 single mounts Two 3"f 50 twin mounts . MK 108 l2.75" rocket launcher Two single MK 23 torpedo tubes Two triple MK 32 torpedo tubes Two fixed hedgehog mounts ............2f60,000 35knots CRUISE BOOK To: The officers and men of FLETCHER This will be my last deployment to the Western Pacific aboard the Fighting Fletcher. As I complete tenure as Commanding Officer, I depart with great pride and honor, Pride, in the achievements and record established by Fletcher, Honor, in serving with the finest sailors in the United States Navy -- destroyermen. Our assignments this cruise were again a continuing challenge, They varied from operations with aircraft carriers to gun fire support missions for the Free World Forces in Viet Nam. In each and every assignment, all hands responded magni- ficently. I was indeed proud of our accomplishments and the manner and spirit in which they were carried out, To this end, I would like to express my sincere gratitude and deep appreciation to all of you for a job well done, LESLIE A. TAYLOR, Jr, Commander, U. S, Navy Commanding Officer USS FLETCHER CDD-1,451 1 COMMANDING OFFICER CDR L. A. TAYLOR, JR. USN Commander Lesl1e A Taylor, Jr , USN began h1s naval career by enhstmg as a Seaman Apprentloe 1n 1942 Dur1ng World War II he served 1n the South Pac1f1c as a torpedoman as Slgned to Motor Boat Squadron Three N1ne and Twenty One Commander Taylor was d1soharged from the Navy 1n 1946 From 1946 to 1949 Commander Taylor attended Eastern Washmgton State College grad uatmg w1th a BA 1n Econom1cs Durmg the Korean oonfhot he was recalled and comrmssloned Ens1gn 1n 1950 Smoe that tune he has served aboard the destroyer USS MCDERMUT QDD 6775 as Operatlons off1oer mstructor, Fleet Sonar School San D1ego Execut1ve offlcer, USS FIRM QMSO 4441 Operatlons off1oer COMCORTRON THREE Operat1ons off1oer COMNAVFOR Ja pan Exeout1ve Offlcer USS HIGBEE QDDR 8061 and Commandmg Offlcer USS FINCH QDER 3289 Just before oomlng to FLETCHER the Commander served ln the Log1st1cs!P1ans D1v1s1on of Commander 1n Ch1ef, Pac1f1o Commander Taylor holds the followmg deoorat1ons and medals Jo1nt SGYVICG Commenda t1on Medal Pres1dent1al Un1t C1tat1on Q1 starb Good Conduct Medal, Amer1can Theater As1at1c Pao1f1o Campalgn Q4 stars! World War II V1otory Navy Oooupat1on SGFVICG Medal 11 starb Korean SGIVICS Medal C4 starsj V1etnam Servlce R1bbon Q4 starsj Un1ted Nat1ons SGTVICG Medal, Korean Pres1dent1a1 Umt C1tat1on and Vletnam Campa1gn Medal . . . . . - 1 , 1 9 " ' . , - - 9 ' - . . I . . . . . a 9 s - I . . . . . V - 9 9 I . . . - . . . - 9 3 , . . 1 9 9 s 9 9 s 9 . ,. " - " ' EXECUTIVE OFFICER LCDR F. L. BRADY JR. I USN 5: 5, I W 'iff :sr 'I A""'21w+f2ge': Lieutenant Commander Frederick L. Brady Jr., USN was born in Denver, Colorado on April 14, 1927. He first enlisted in the Navy in April 1944. Designated as Combat Air- crewman in December 1944, he served in a variety of flying billets as an air gunner and radioman. fl Acceptance into the Fleet Integration Program led to his commission as an unrestricted line officer in September 1955. From then, until August 1957, he served aboard the USS KENNETH D. BAILEY QDDR-7133 as Damage Control Assistant and CIC Officer. Fleeting up to Operations Officer, he transferred to USS JOHN PAUL JONES QDD-9323 on which he served until August 1958. Two years of shore duty at the Fleet Air Defense Training Center, Dam Neck, Virginia well prepared Mr. Brady for his next tour at sea duty as CIC Officer of USS SAINT PAUL QCA- '73J. The newly formed staff of Commander, Cruiser-Destroyer Flotilla Eleven provided the then LT Brady with his first taste of command antisubmarine warfare planning as the staff ASW officer. In October 1964 he commenced a tour of duty as Future Operations and Scheduling Of- ficer With Commander, Antisubmarine Warfare, Pacific. , Selected for the Naval War College, Mr. Brady attended the school of Command and Staff with the class of 1966. Upon graduation he was ordered to his present duty as Executive Officer of USS FLETCHER QDD-4453. W.' v' 5 H 5314 553153: EXW. .ser LT J. B. MITCHELL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT HEADS LT A. E. WITI-IAM OPERATIONS Cto 28 May 685 LTJG C. H. AIKENS III SUPPLY LT P, E, FITCH OPERATIONS Cfrom 29 May 685 EQ 3 I 1 KY X' Z K .5 ,XA ,I ,mlm X f fi' .-3,45 X K ms. ' ,I QQ, 1 ft? LT G, L, GAINES WEAPONS GE DEVISECN RON LTJG vo'rAvA ZEQICER ELECTRONICS MATL OFFICER 4 Q., 5 ..,, , ix r I , I 5 I Front row, left to right: RD3 Breen, RDSN Chojnacki, RD2 Morris.Midd1e row: RDSN Shackelton, RD3 Kraus, RD3Maxwe11, RD1 Foster, RDC Gearhardt. Back row: RDSN Lefkowitz, RDSN Stanley, RDSN Bailey, RDSN Peterson, RD3 Ferril, RD2 Boisvert. 2 W'-'i' . 2 , L. ' Lil ? Alf' 'J' v"'4bt gl, .favs it 4-vsfar' Front row, left to right: ETR3 Vielweber, ETRSN Schultz, SN Brown, ETNSN Dull. Middle row: Ens Zeller, PN2 Campbell, ETR2 Morrison, ETN3 Schmitz, YN1 Johnson, ETC Faulconer, ENS Stuermer. Back row: SN Campbell, YN2 Sylvester, ENTSN Hill, ETN2 Worthington, ETN3 Pressgrove, ETR3 Long. l .. f , ,. ' ' ' 51' ' ' , 1 wg 7 'ts '- fb' M, 'fm ,,,,., X ,, , ,, ,, 3, ENS ZELLER ENS STUERMER ASST. CIC OFFICER ELECTRONICS MATL OFFICER OC DNISION I ' X I M f j , LTJG SPELSHOUSE I COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER Pi I 24 F W N.. 5 l I I . . - , X llO , P nun 1 i- . .P ? Front row, left to right: SM2 Ala, RM2 Weatherly, RMSN Pacificar, QMSN Joerg, SMSA Quigg. Middle row: RMC Proctor, SN Gustanski, PCSN Keohane, RM3 Weiland, QM3 Banks, RM2 Sachs, LTJG Spelshouse, Back row: PCSN Brooks, SN Karp- stein, SN Sullivan, RM3 Blatt, RM2 Baker, RM3 Annunziata. Y A N FOX DIVISION LTJG HOLMES ASW OFFICER ENS YOUNG ASST ASW OFFICER My I 1 X , ,,,, ' I i. ' Front row, left to right: STGSN Wipperman, STG3 Taylor, STG3 Wideman. Middle row: STG2 Johnson, TM3 Marcantel, STG3 Faubion, STG3 Cordes. Back row: STC Oglesby, TMSN Welch, TM3 Duvall, STG3 Durkee, STG3 Lesher, LTJG Holmes FIRST DIVISION I, 5, uw' ' I ,, lj FIRST LIEUTENANT DIVISION OFFICER ' LTJG VOGEL LTJG FRY . 5. I H "' r fm I SJ' by 1 ...- is if an V 1II , I 'W ' , , I .1 I If 4' II ,A ,.'. Ii I I I III Front row, left to right: SN Coffelt, SN Bernhi'se1, SN Fox, SN Crostic. Middle row: LTJG Vogel, BM2 Petke, BMI Miller, SN Rydell, BMC DeLoach. Back Row: SN Rash, SN Misiolek, BM2 Williams. Win.. AW' Front row, left to r1ght SN Frost, SN Dlaz, SN Rosado, SN Sanford M1dd1e row BM3 McG1oth11n, SN Woods, SN Holmes, SN Lotlto, Back row SN Mone, SN Scott, SN Enghsh, SA Gallagher SA Gaston SA W1111amson, SN Gasco1g'ne, BMC Denham ' 5:-f 3'--S E,--.5---1. Q ff-., i f-J H , 1 -A A v -J , A K "W ' ,. ., . A HOLIDAY ROUTINE: Ch1p lt, palnt lt, Chlp lt agam SECCND DIVISECN XX I h 4!fIUIlIlllg.,P I x N K 1 ' I V -llll I V 1' LTJG TODD GUNNERY OFFICER Y K: , 1 i N X 1 U31 ' ,H M V X ' V 5 HV f C 1 - ' Ng , H 4 3 ' I Q - ,, ' 1 5 ff' f . LJ QHL ' , E , ,V M y M , , ,,i , 1 ,gv ' Q.. no f on Q f , ' 1 uf , V I .fy ., N . -. .Q A ' ' E ,V i J ,I -. .EN , 5 hlilz A I H A, Vx,,,: I , KA , Ax , ,nh I , ., It V . f ' - Front row, left to right: GMG3 Clauss, SN Lane, GMG2 Wieringa. Middle row: GMGC McLaughlin, SN Carneal, SN Logeman, GMG3 Mullikin, GMG3 Montgomery, GMG3 Barber. Back row: GMGSN Calvert, GMG3 McC1ock1in, GMGSN Minton, GMG3 Torres, SN States. 'vflkife V' xl' Q, 5 'M V- J, . p My Z -4.1, H .f New , l , yegg . l S e fh 'Vx' L? ,,,L i,, , f n 6 N an , ,..,,, ,A Li 1 ,:, .. X, i Wil, F, i ' L ! 4,41 , 'S Ugg, ik, I ,,ff L U A , y ff . fg- 'T 5 , S Q M , ,wg . , ' 1:1 , ,1, 4. X :. w 'X ,f Q Q2 4112: if 1,3 l --fy.. m?'WW M' M Front row, left to right: YN3 Karpstein, SN Burenheide. Middle row: FTGSN Free, FTG2 Siroud, FTGSN Brundage, FTG3 Moore. Back row: FTCS Long, FTG3 Fleck, FTGSN Schultz, FTG3 Nelson, FTG3 Wagner. f"v 5 LJ XX X I 1 You runmng thmgs here'P ,Neig- I A - ' ,X L A ,Q 1 ,si X' if f" f 'J D? lg ' 1 A Z Q P QQ? . S m V . W Lai. ' .1 N I V x f - 1 ?Saff2a2.x i , x 5 K 1 ,i 1 f F W 3- 4' SUPPLY D VlSi0N ,f?.:gu1- , Alun 2, - --' Q'-:V , mmf -.,. 51 ' , -. ' half' ' ' ' 1,,. -2 fa, ' . 1' PB, 2.5: J. TR EW-w ----.. if-rf F' -.. , EZ' J' 51' " ,A :',. '4 f- C , I fl x, 9.x , I Q e ff . if-,f.,i ? ,SL if .4 1- ,rj-'Tjif V 'ggi' ff- , . 'Xyeqay-J: LTJG AIKENS SUPPLY OFFICER I' F A ,, A " 5 ,. , Wi '.s?l'-3"i- . "' W' A. 'ffdilifgxsfefff , Front row, left to right: SN Madden, SK1 Vinluan, SI-IC Clift. Middle row: SN Hollis, SN Echols, SN Riddle, SN Bottomley Back row: SK2 Crowder, SN Dempsey, SK3 Perry, SN Campbell, DK3 Nutter. 1 4 4 -ini Sw. W 6 Front row, left to rlght SD3 Nltafan, TN Berbano, TN Ontalan. Back row CS2 James, CS1 Clary, FN Crear, SA Maron, CS3 Ray, CS3 Dyche ,5p,pv-fr.-:- .-ff' M ,f 1a ,N ff xx, VN: ,,... ww fqvll 7' ,...--....W.,-w...,,., I , I . . - fl R2- - , N. LH- 'lgyx uf, u--nf , gpg. f mr? .. V ff-M 1 V .,,,.,,f.. , W.,-,':.,4 V 5 E ,qgjllg . , EZ X. , . , x ., I .F . 'J " , ' fl ,.,v,-fw,,, .'Ziffv,'.j.Q.x-G'f:'w.'u V . il' ' Q. 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Y , Jaap - " W 1, N 4 , qpfs' ,- - V ' Q 1. tl ' 1 K 5 :Q 4 ': .- X x 1 X 3339- X T lu x.,.QT-?P k. -1 J.: Q 'Q ,.......-..-W Aim B DIVISION IQ hx LTJG DONNELLY MAIN PROPULSION ASSISTANT Y- N. X can - ' ,,,,k g an ' V, awww.. V, J Front row left to right: FN Lee BT3 Gyapa BT2 . Eldridge, I-'N Pasquale, BT1 Ho1Iy. Back rJw?'FN Wi1II?5r?1g1:AE'rI?13?0T1ig: Eg'gGCES?:j11gi, Pgrtefn Bg'3IR0b19Sr BTS v , or an, BT ugrage. qv if WH L P' fo :K x W f 7w 'ww Front row, left to right, BT2 Rowland, BT2 McKay, FA Firme. Middle row: LTJG Donnelly, FN Holt, BT3 Orrxson, BT3 Chavarria, FN Latunski. Back row: BT3 Howell, BT3 Ervin, FN Nutter, FN Roberts, BT3 Gyapgas, BT3 Odette, BT1 Rush FN Dorris, FN BI'8.Shi9I', FN PI'id1'l'lOI'9. 5 Xl! ll W X Sky A ld mb X1 my l C Q l 4 V We V ? , f ' ff n X ,J .,,,i,..- M DIVISICN LTJG DONNELLY MAIN PROPULSION ASSISTANT V 1-3' 1 2 4 5 Front row, left to right: MM3 Falter, MM3 Brown, FN Reichenbach, FN Reid, Middle row- MMCS Cole MM2 Flynn MM3 Frakes FN M'11er MM3 Carls n LTJG D 11 . B - ' ' . ' R091-ig: FN Kelnneyy 0 , onne Y ack row. MM3 Mann, FN Boucher, FN Fehrmann, FN Grmstead, FN W . Fur 1' if j ' s 5 'D' s ff' d ,ga J YN Jlqy' V 1' Q' E F W fy ini ' 'Q-W I I ,M Q 'E -...,, flikr in ve., , in s" ' ff'3fA,,' t , . A x 7. 41 l. Front row, left to right: FN Rumble, MM3 Albright, FN Benson. Middle row: MMCS Cole, MM1 Carter, FN Pearson, MM3 McGrady, MM3 Robinson, LTJG Donnelly. Back row: FN Miller, FN Kraft, FN Osenga, MM3 Rosendaul, FN Bevilaqua, FN Thatcher. P A 5 '2 8 R DIVISIGN LTJG MITCHELL II3XLciXgXE1ECDCNTROL ELECTRICAL OFFICER ww.. f '4 . A' 1 S S 2 S f .ag Q H K ' J , M ' it ' , . X 4 , V v,.,' X we , in h,.. E ,V:,V,, ,ai , ,V L K K. 6 f was , V L E,,, 1 K f 2 1 5 A CCA' f iff' - ! 3 K f b L S ' 'V S --31 S S ' v X ' S CCC 4. fe E' X ' , V .,.. V w - , Q -"' , ' .1 , ,. 4, A-1' tf r , V '- .L,, LLAVV' ' ' , ' N ' Front row, left to right: DC3 Miller, DCFN Brown, SFP3 Tokunaga. Middle row: SF3 Gartrell MR3 Powell FN Burchardn g D DC1 Meagher. Back row: SFC Nelson, FN Smith, FN Spangler, ENFN Simmerman, LTJG Owen. Z' v 5 E Front row, left to right: EMFN Faulkner, EM3 Lindseth, Middle row: LTJG Mitchell, IC3 Kuehn, FN Corrie, EM3 Wilson, EMFN Norris. Back row: IC1 Jackson, ICFN Elam, EMFN Roff, EM2 Howard. ,f ,...r'-J ,1 f ! f XE, lily! 'K Q1 JZ , Q V FNXRV ,qv-vu:-'Q ' R4 -734 ' s 1 7 Q f j ... XM, wg 1 ff 1 jx -Lb N' T ,325 .?4.5,,7!3!Hj ,s,,, F 5 r i s X ,X A , Q X1 ,.' xxx 1 -F I 1' , . Q A "ks , 'I N ff I Eff? -so ff "Goodness gracious, I struck my thumb!" NEETHER N NG SNGW "S5 says it won't go 10 feet." HAWrightl Off da cord! FROM JAPAN f ,Ja LFE, if K A . . Mr. FTY was leaning Over the lifeline--.-" "McG1oth1in is an idiot, pass it on...." , 2 1 Q we NOR HEAT NG mon Chief - no time for a smoke?" "Put leg +51 in socket 1121, put leg TO THE TROPICS "You're not pulling very hard!" "Crack the Whip, Chief!" UNDERWAY REPLEIMSHMENTS . 2 E 4 5 W f Q Ho111s, wake up He has a camera. "A little dance routine for some of my boys" It S leaking all over? So what? H ' i e , N e I l K i N I Q K ,W N YN 1 u X ul rv N yr ig' f .26 4 1' "If the oiler is on course 180 and I want to come to O90 ,,.fIl'fNf V 3, "Left is port, right is...." Lovely sailing 953 'fi "Today must be Sunday." "'73 more days." can't even see those little numbers." N 'JU A Does anyone have the conn? N,N NNXX .SX in ,, "M9.il'? Forget it!" "What do you mean, it doesn't fit?" I Are these "Chevron" men? "Where the hell is the end of this thing? i r-..... "Stack gas? Never bothers me," "Me work? Are you kidding?" A M SuPp1y'S Sexy Seven Put a uger m no TTY to 100k lmpresswe Geeo, are you down there'P' Now back 1h 56 fW m Don't tell Wllllams, but Bernh1se1 IS ln the bag Chalk up HDOCUGI' One .....,...am-f......u- Y 1 w 1 " ' - ." IV Y I1 ' I . 4 4 . 3 k f i W. 5 ' ' -' '-'jiiwxs .-,lhfjfgx X . Hwy ,,,,,. V. W N I vu ' ' ' ' ' vs , . .. . V V , S, 1 - :M--Q--m-A14-gksgQ5fz1f.:fQLQ.Q..x2 ii-,J.aAz1.xg,,ilQ5Q21.4A,i1.b.4 ,L.:.:.,1QeQ4.fe1:g.,4J,:x'1h:Q4mQ?av,:QN,gYJ9fQ4,ffiww:1f..:3g -f--,afarzmf-v: :rf-:,,g,f'-gfqw.,-.41-3.53,L4.gg.3a,qJ:fgwg-f-,,?L.1f,,1.,.,,.Y ,5.:q1Lr::5f:g:1egQ,?..,t..,-,,-,,,g1w1i,.,,T.f,,:.i..MA-my '.,:Q?,,-W5,9,,1,1 Mn2,,.:.,.1.. ML- , Z.. we ---5: V., . '14 E , ...4L.r.,-V v ,T l , w W I , ,,L... , ..- -- -.1-.- -, WEAPCNS WANDERING "A what fund?" Durkee making a clean sweep of things. XPNQ "Now don't panic sir, just grab the line and I'1l have you out in a minute." "Let's see, my mining stock is up 50 cents, a.nd...." u W X X "I couldn't get the horse in my sea bag." ,- 3 -. ,, ,1 W YYY 1 1 . . im gsm qrrrr At A 1 'Vf- 1 i , YAAA A ,.,, X Viz, is - xs,e , ' ' fi ,fl 'Q 'es' sesn x f i s i .... i, - Ziyi: ,-fL 1,-,A - . ' , ' T 1 V, ,Wil iii: E 'Y f V Vs- Q, J' 7 V ,wif "Wont you let me take you on a sea cruise?" Nr "This Navy is a great life," "And Norris is crazy!" , , ---f ' J ..? ffdfff ' - 'v 'lf 4 4 J 453- 1 By," an W 'fa K Zgaf gif' 11 W IQ ,- or 'N iw '-5? 01 ' Just thmk, over there somewhere about 40 mxles 1S Kaohsmng X X Unrep" But 1t's Sunday' Only SIX more days at sea ll A: 1 I - R , ' A f Q ix i , ,fffffff 0 V haf in t 5 f' km '. -f ff t 1 1, t Q 1 ' ,ff at fu , ,I . 1 , , .1 I , - , - t Q - 7 4 " "" L- . t t V , 1- ' ' f -- 7 n N r ,, . - . - . 1 - H X 1 K .kkk . X X K , kk X I xii A. .A Qt E t rw' ' S .t.tf ' " A ' tt,t t W Y V 32 H li 1 "Water's warm again." Greetin OU . . .' fs: "Sonar contact? You jest!" ll YS A k iii, so oo 0 I gl Your friends and neighbors have chosen "Stick 'em UD!" Someone say Japan?" 'T D ENGINEERING ECCENTRICITIES Send these kids to camp He's wrlting a book and I m domg the xllustratlons what's It to ya'P Terra cotta or chocolate syrup, what S the chfference P Would you beheve Old 'VIa1d'P u - v ' . . . ,, , . Km-:sm ' 'V 1 5 u , WE ' il .Ja 'Q I " v Y M ZLL ,, - f uv ' H . , - ,. A . , V I " V rf ' A vzlxzxlk L11-f5:L:.,,f.L.:. -Ami.-,:,.1fE 4-1R:1f.,. ,., ',f,.,gi,HL+,Q ,g1g,eg.1.g,,,,g--'51-c :HJ-ffl-' I A , , f,.x....:-1..b..f,,....Q,f,uv:.:w.Lw.u.e...w.,.A.,..Y., ,W . V ,A .. .,,. .,.... : ,-..--e-::.:M.,.,.A.....-.. . V "So this is sun light." "Yes, I have been in the far east a long time. Why?" Okay, two buckets of steam." "Hot'?....Yep." "Today the broom, tomorrow the throttle." FR 11515 . ,Q 5 Xt I Laguna-erin f ,L "See the dog. The dog says bow wow ..." Square whlch hat? But 9. shmy belt bucke1'? Never hoppen ...An Turn to, Michaelangelo. Ten centavos'7 I don't even drmk Cokes n - u V H ' . . - . . V "What did you do with Bradley?" "Wait till the chief sees this chartreuse KNIT, 2 pipe... "Yesterday they called it Salisbury steak." "But the chief stands his watches up here," Moe, Larry and Curly 4 S' OPERATIONS OMNIBUS f fi 1 We "How do you spell Bucholtz'?" Dreamer Qs1ghD Judy "Hey, Ala, you grabbed your camera f instead of the signal lamp." I've got it! WLS in Chicago!" "You think this cake is tough? You Should have tried the chocolate pudding." "It's right here, you can't send a singing telegram to your mother." "Why me?" "Well, at least I'm not in my tree." "Got by him again." "Who put this clean sheet on my rack? " 4 - V 3 ' .ze-..- .j.A.:f,4, - f,.,.m-A,:.M,1af:a::e.,.,:..:ufnxsgnvewf 4n.,.,-,Y-,1ff,x, , I , Ar , . , -,,,,.,i....,...q,,,.-14-md. ---...,,,,K....m,.. . .,,,..-. 'I think he-'s trying to tell us something." "None for you...Sorry 'bout that Once a wog, Always a wog! I wonder if the roaches have been fed." "No mail again!" 1 SUPPLY SHENANIGANS f "What cockroaches, XO?" 350' iq? 3 Q. ' H mr L, W , W The Great Unwashed wh 'Nuff said "One for you, two for me, one for y0u.... Cozy atmosphere Come in ana see my etchings!" "You don't like my cooking? Then go eat across the street." You messed up the X0's whltes agam You can tell he's all torn up about leavmg fffw' u - - u 0 A 4 '--, J,,,m5w,HL,Ugg-,M,w,,,, . ,-., ... .,.. Q.,...-..h..,.,,.-.wfaqu.:f.M..,.,,-,fm-f.v:',.-.'..-.,,.-T mf.f,,..:,.L... .- -- - .-- - fr CRCDSSING THE EQUATOR REMEMBER CROSSING THE LINE? For slimy Polly wogs it is a feast fit for a kingg for Honorable Shellbacks it is wonderful memories of past celebrations. It is the anticipa- tion that comes with the arrival of Davey Jones, the delightful cocktail party in his honor, the promise of nightlong festivities. lt is the "Christmas morning" feeling While awaiting the king Neptunus Rex. It is the memorable visit of the Royal Court--the kind old Judge, the King himself, the Queen iwith her footy, and the Royal Baby fyou remember HIMJ, not to mention the capable Barber, and the friendly Doctor to tend to your needs. It is the tunnel of love and a dip in the pool. Now, ready for another round? ALIA 5 ! 1 MTW? mg V I2 fiiidflziaw Davey Jones vvlv D , . . , Hors D'oeuvres for the pollywogs herfgwavey Jones and dls 15 how we gonna do tmgs around E I "Then after leaping from the stack I will smash into the O1 1eve1...." Remember the taste of that seaweed, Baker? f. 1' ff' ' , 4 "Mary had a little lamb, the doctor...," Soooeeeee! Tas- AN! FRY radar antenna ,ar W bfggx M K 5 xo, ,, ,, ,., X I aa A ggi m if if ' f ,L 1 s ,wif 1 A. Now sweepers , , , "What do you mean, I don't have spit-shined socks?" Look at what the cat dragged ml Aren't you glad you use D1a1'P Fmger 11ck1n goodY Why: It 5 Baby Huey' wwe'-B X - . , , ' u - I .uv ' V Y " - ' ,fi ., .guglff-f :fl ,, .,,,,,,,ifg ,,.1-.QLQQ,,A.Qg-,Qg,,g..L.Qgi:ifaaz.goa.2-1.-52-4:1-1aaia.j5f.:L..V-L V .. , - -e - ......1a.:f,q-. -.fM.'yrgme..,agL.,x.k.u... v.f'.f-uw.-..v:...v..Y,. ....... -. r r ,- - .,.. .. -,.- ,,,f .... . , ., ..., W-2,.2-.1.-:4,,,...:...L....4,....,,.,...f...-bf, V Y g , w bmp "Now kiss the queen's foot." 7' Royal Court-pollywogs' fate "1 don't need a bath, I took one last night!" "Open wide and say 'Ah'!" "Look, he's eating it!" Just like herding cattle IJClf'VXA'i"w QgWGo1,mf'.ng fb UWAGOW 1 ISOI1? ,Afffllflllll fix x.L.4NxX vgxfkwmf 1' '-. X 4- W my, 'mf New www iq K higfym iw! W iw by MM , L :A 'sPJ2Pf.-M v 4 W3 xii' -1 in ' 4 J' 'WYW' wiixf nmzxu-I nfaqmfzmwhw Ji A Q FS-.ix V lu-w w - W' SOME INTERESTING MGMENTS To HO, With Love AND MONCTONOUS ROUTINE E r Run CiI'Cl.QS 3.I'0llHd 3. CI'LliS9I' , . , And babysit the birdfarrns JAPAN "Wh0'S Cold? YOU C0151 Chief?" "What port list? Maybe the pier's not 1eveI." 652, less? That s Unhappy Hour ..,-A Worse than r1d1ng IH the bosun S cha1r Only S40 USU I 11 take four of them It KVVV M yy - - ' I ' Il . N , H . . . ' , V, ,LMS . .. : ,M V me-H-a.tJ.-gf:,QLe.xSL...t..,.Nqf.xza-.f.2,:,x-I.,-.t::,gtt.gL.4.tem.,-,f..g,-Qt. .-,.,,.,..x,, . V J -- -'--- - , 1. 'fxme-490' mmm- 'Y -. ..,,. -W i V wi U it 4' t A, L ,fi as t S I "If one more sailor rubs my stomach, I'11 scream!" "NOW Statiml the he-210 d9'C21i1." "Smile, Madden, or we cooks w0n't take you steaming anymore! fi f , "I thought we left him back in the galley." "Japan? No, it's Taiwan, but don't you K ' wish you were here?" , 54 M tl SINGAPORE FLHNG 'J' . my tg, 'Mi ,, Nw hw-7-g L'g:,m,:f . ,, , , .,X,,,, K " b',', fz-WH' f"' 1: H ' "" M : af X V Q if 1 We ,Q W, fy V , ' E V ' i'V 'Nj I H , we -'f, "How do I get this stuff on board?" Liberty call! No time wasted here. Put 4 tigers in your tank. "Let's get back to the bus, my feet are killing me Anyway, it's better than your Navy life." "This wasnvt part of this tour ., SUBIC SIESTA 4 f .Jetta he Awright, son, give me back that white hat or...." "I don't think they have strawberry Kool Aid." That s almost better than Home Away From Home torpedo JUICE But we couldn t fmd Servmart ..........,-a--M..--4-4 Where was I gonna go'P Fat Marc meets h1s match fs ,W 'Q ll V ' ' IV . ,, .1 I 5 H f v H , . .1 . . . ' Q Q ' -I' 4 if f ,, . . :f.'QQ,,Q,f,1,g,Qg..g- 62611LL,.,.,:gf.'-:il-LimJae..::A,Yg,f,.a.1 I : W A M, Ar, . f -u.Q.,-...,...qf.,uahtyfmagg....,..,-than.f'.i.wm-rm.:ybmf.... -- ---r--.4 V 9' W The ever-faithful water buffalo and his mounted owner. Taxi!! Taxi!! V Mmlcrmun or OLONGAPO 1 1 'H--Uh .I womb I V 'Uh I arf!-vsoudillu , . m .www A UJTTBOUIDS Z awww y ,A , Q , 9 wi.-nm-B-m ' 'fx V I x, Oh 'i 3 ,off - ' " sofa i ' ' a . as I 'Y' ', 09 . A ' My V, A , M ,I 5-L 'S , " Z! ,sz M Y omorsounos ' ouvofaouuos "fy, m " v ' ' ' V 'Z , , dAA I ' M C58 V wi 41 6 This ancient Spanish gate stands as a re- minder to Philippine history. FLETCHERS DIZZY DCDZEN pitch 'em, we plmch 'em. FANTAIL FONDUE guys go buy th Ay yyoulikeit, 1 g t b d a 1 Now , watch them blow tub P 6 S "The Pearl ofthe Orient", as seen from atop Victoria Peak. It rains a iot in Hong Kong. S-...Y vC...v,,,...,.... . M. -M.t........., Directing traffic, an everyday job for Hong Kong Police HONC KONG ,,-f 1 Bl T w V ., 1' I iii U1 ,W w I J ,fm ,, , uk, f W . i ,Www -2 J an L v ' A 1 ff " ,. Y, 'Ls X A ' Y' 1 6581. J A wr 'Pk E4 4:7 T 6533s L M it A-I A Internat1ona1Marr1age Mr A1kens brmgs home his Austrahan brxde ,av-n-Q, N' 1 L How dld It happen? I got all dlrty' FLETCHER HEADLINES A Bflght eyed Mr Fry' ,,......,. whlbn ...wg Cffiv., 1?-:Tx X Johnson IS work1ng1 ,ul :Ui . N , 1 A , W A H - - 1 . ,, 1 I ' -- I - . . . O n T-i it wwf ,.,Q, N f , S ,' E2 T 1 K " ul ,f QV? ,E n : , , A ' 'E L 1 ' M , fn Q . A , E B Eeeh hE ' A y .k,L, an , I V - 1 - -f:.i K mn ! X I , 1, ..hh K VN , 'V rw , f ,JI , P, h 4 heh ' 1 ' , , 5 h X E l E if Q, - , , I f" 5 i .4 :I I R :.,f F27 , ,I fx- .N A, -. . SSH PLQQ ! 1-fel CHIEF ENHAM RETIRES The Chiefs join the Captain in the salute. "G00d Luckl' Great chance to knock off work for a while! CHIEF MILLETTE MAKES WARRANT I " Congratulations! " New insignia and a smile. ' ' ..2x.nnz-4..-.1-J.-Av.-fl:-La" 2.:wu.:1...:.,..-.zarrff-a Q. 1, 1.:J.,1.:Q.:.h..:..a......L-fa-.,f.. "Now, just because you're a warrant gi ,i.:.RgQZ+':'-:1-v in NC END T0 TH WGRK N 4' ' " fwvi E ' 3 S41 S'-' ' 4 Sea Detail Vertrep Detail Planeguard Detail Ammo Detail , Unrep Detail Q-4 li? W QW 5 , P was ' it 2 e--- Helo Detail Florence N1ghtenga1e 'hm Fresh Au' Sn1pe M if v Black Power ps... Pencll Pushers M0v1e Star ff-'lhgw RD's Laurel KL Hardy Caesar PERSONALITIES The Dynamlc Duo xi Qvww-V MUfvx-rv-'W' A," ...ww G32 L X K W 5 , A 3 'Yr g 4 Q . ' Lf 5 E 0 ' af m ,sJ34"" ' , fi ' ffl u e Er, ' ,, , . f,,g,..1,e.,,...-..,.wQe4f...eQL4,.,.,,,.Xie.1.g.a,,,..1.k.1.zgf1.. ef --akf H 2 .,........4e-n-f CRUIS Days in WESTPAC . . . Miles Traveled ,..... Underway Replenishments . Hours in Port .... . . Hours at S93 ....... . . . . Total Payroll for the Crew .... Individual Meals Served on Board . . Cigarettes Smoked CPacksJ ..... Candy Bars Consumed , .,... Ammo Expended at Viet Cong . . Ammo Expended in Training . . Sonar Sweeps ........ Radio Messages Received . . . Radio Messages Transmitted . . Surface Radar Sweeps . . . , Fuel Burned Cgalsb . . Water Used Cgalsj .,.. Gyro Rotor Revolutions . . Movies Shown ,,.,, New Fathers .... . ..... . ....... smiasiacs . . . . 200 . . 46,576 . . . 55 . . . 1,564 . . . . . 3,236 , , 6419,697,6a . . . 131,295 . . 68,400 , , 52,380 , . 901 . . . 100 . . 680,932 . , 4,421 , . , 1,272 . , 4,335,000 . . . 2,443,630 . . . . 2,376,400 . . 2,789,160,000 ......81'7 .. ......8 Liberties Granted . . ..... . ......... . .... 6,568 Total Customs Declaration for WESTPAC Goodies . . . . 341,465.47 Number of Days Mr. Vogel Slept T111 Noon . . . . . . All But 3 Percent of Cruise in Port .......... ..... 3 20k Percent of Cruise at Sea .......... , . . 68072, Percent of Sea Time on Planeguard . . . . 6171 Percent of In-Port Time at Subic Bay . . . 62'Z: VIETNAMESE VISITORS CRUISE BUCK STAFF We 4 RM3 ANNUNZIATA - "How about this picture for the book"" LTJG SPELSHOUSE We could never get away wxth prlntmg that one QM3 TUNE Hurry up wxth that pxcture I m too short' 2:71 '- '-4, , k s ' if ' uf' . " Q - u ' ' - .V . I Il ' ' f .. ,. ,L...:...f:4,5...,J.,A.ee-J b A .e. '4.L,...f......-,, .-,.,eam4.Q..eL..L..,.M,.:fQa.1.V-6.111-we,A-.-.a:fg.:.,g1.f,'.,'.1,..,f.e,qQ1f :f.4.-.-..-wr:--ff-'W fvwm-we-P' H -- W A RCSTER OFFICERS CDR Leslie A, TAYLOR, Jr., Spokane, Wash. LCDR Frederick L. BRADY, Jr., Denver, Colo. LT Alan E. WITHAM, Britton, S.D. LT George L. GAINES, St. Louis, Mo. LT John B. MITCHELL, Hendersonville, N.C. LT Patrick E. FITCH, New York, New York LTJG Ronald J. VOGEL, Peoria, Ill. LTJG Charles F. VOTAVA, III, Berwyn, Ill. LTJG C. Harold AIKENS, III, Atlanta, Ga. LTJ G Ronald J. BARON, Pittsburgh, Pa. LTJG Richard E. SPELSHOUSE, Montclair, N.J LTJG John T. OWEN, Riverside, Calif. LTJ G Robert L. TODD, Tulsa, Okla. LTJG Larry W. HOLMES, Atlanta, Ga. LTJG Eldon J. FRY, Honolulu, Ha. LTJG William M. DONNELLY, Decatur, Ga. LTJG Glen L. MITCHELL, Davenport, Ia. ENS Walter L. STUERMER, Sonora, Calif. ENS Fred R. ZELLER, Bagley, la. ENS William C. YOUNG, Des Plains, Ill. CREW ADAMCEWICZ, Stanley R., Hartford, Conn. ADAMS, Chesley B., Hickory, N.C. ALA, Tu'u, Vailoata, American Samoa ALBRIGHT, Jack S., Toledo, Ohio ANNUNZIATA, Ralph P., Brooklyn, N.Y. BAILEY, Ronald G., Binghamton, N.Y. BAKER, Rolland W., Dodge City, Kan. BANKS, Richard D., Tulsa, Okla. BARBER, James A., Portland, Ore. BAUTISTA, Serafin R., Pasay City, R.P. BAYAG, Roland F., Piddig Ilocos Norte, R.P. BEAUREGARD, John M., Midwest City, Okla. BENSON, Norman L, Oakland, Calif. BERBANO, Douglas Q., Aparri Cagayan, R.P. BERNHISEL, Michael W., Hagerstown, Md. BEVILACQUA, John A., San Francisco, Calif. BLATT, Benjamin P., Covina, Calif. BOHNSACK, Dennis W., New Prague, Minn. BOISVERT, Raymond L., Manchester, N.H. BOSELL, Kenneth R., Worthington, Ind. BOTTOMLEY, Terry S., Woodlawn, Va. BOUCHER, James "D", Kalamazoo, Mich. BRADLEY, Richard A., Philadelphia, Pa. BRASHIER, James E., Bugalu, Ala. BREEN, Thomas C., Pittsburgh, Pa. BROOKS, Harold E. III, Washington D.C. BROWN, Bruce M., Southfield, Mich. BROWN, David W., Houston, Tex. BROWN, Steven J., Harvey, La. BRUNDAGE, Warren M., Homestead, Fla. BRYANT, Charles L., Wilmington, N.C. BUCHHOLZ, Ronnie R., Tripp, S.D. BURCHARD, Bradley, J., Monroe, Wash. BURENHEIDE, John H., Sterling, Colo. BUTLER, Quincey, Washington D.C. CASHER, Alvin M., Fort Smith, Ark. CALVERT, George M., Tollesboro, Ky. CAMPBELL, Bruce S., Chicago, Ill. CAMPBELL, Theodore R., Boulder, Colo. CAMPBELL, Thomas E., Van Nuys, Calif. CARLSON, Jack C., Claycenter, Kan. CARNEAL, John F., Kelso, Wash. CARTER, Earl E., Mountain Rest, S.C. CHAVARRIA, Arthur R., San Bernardino, Calif CHOJNACKI, Kenneth P., Hamburg, N.Y. CLARY, Everett J., High Point, N.C. CLAUSS, Robert H., Akron, Ohio CLIFT, Marvin H., Dayton, Ohio COFFELT, Darrell W., Millsboro, Del. COLE, Larry W., Vancouver, Wash. COLE, Russell E., Oxford, Conn. COLLINS, Richard L., Moberly, Mo. COOPER, Billy Joe, Ozone, N.C. CORDES, Jan M., Henning, Minn. CORRIE, Thomas H., Portland, Ore. CREAR, James J., Billerica, Mass. CROWDER, Oscar C., Marietta, Ga. CROSTIC, Robert H., Richmond, Va. DAWES, Lorn B., Great Falls, Mont. DE LOACH, John B., Fremont, Calif. DEMPSEY, Ralph T. Jr., Pleasant Hill, Calif. DENHAM, William W., Huntsville, Ala. DEY, Walter A., Cleveland, Ohio DIAZ, Renaldo, New York, N.Y. DORRIS, William D., Castor, La. DULL, Patrick A., Eugene, Ore. DURKEE, Eugene G., Kaukauna, Wis. DUVALL, Walter F., Los Angeles, Calif. ' - ' R4--H+'-'BMW' Y - DYCHE, Dennis C., Beardstown, Ill. ECHOLS, Kenny R., Baltimore, Md. ELAM, Jimmy E., Grandview, Tex. ELDRIDGE, Dennis D., Laguna Beach, Calif. ENGLISH, John S., San Diego, Calif. ERVIN, Wayne W., Streetsboro, Ohio FALTER, John F., Riverside, Calif. FAUBION, Earl L., Mustang, Okla. FALCONER, Walter J., Honolulu, Hawaii FAULKNER, Thomas W., Wilmington, Del. FERRILL, Nelson G., Miami, Fla. FEHRMAN, Dennis G., Oconomowoc, Wis. FIRME, Joel E., Random Lake, Wis. FLECK, John A., Wabash, Ind. FLYNN, Paul R., Pittsburgh, Pa. FOSTER, David S., Safford, Ariz. FOX, Arthur B., Pittsburgh, Pa. FRAKES, Michael A., Danville, Ill. FREE, Dennis B., Remer, Minn. FROST, Ronald J., Reno, Nevada GALLAGHER, Dominic E., San Anselmo, Calif. GARTRELL Robert J , Detroit, Mich GASCOIGNE Dean A Bellflower, Calif TON Gary "J" "R" Houston, ex GEARHARDT Tommy G Russells Point, Ohio GIORDANI Fredrick A New York, N Y GORDON Timothy W North Bend, Ore GRINSTEAD John M New London, Iowa GRUBBS Bobby R Sweetwater, Tex GUSTANSKI James A North Ridge Calif GYAPJAS Joseph M Independence, Oh1o HAZEN James E Boise, Idaho HILL David C Memphis, Tenn HOLLIS Alfred P , Andalusia, Ala HOLLY James H Greenwood Miss HOLMES Larry K Marshall Va HOLT Robert El Paso, Tex HOWARD Robert D , Red Bluff Calif HOWELL James D Fort Lupton, Colo HUMMEL John L , Milwaukie, Ore JACKSON Melvm E Pensacola, Fla JAMES John T Cincinnati, Ohio JOERG George A Skokie, Ill JOHNSON Edward A Pittsburg Kan JOHNSON Thomas G Omaha Neb JORDAN John A Stigler Okla JORDAN Norman D Stigler Okla KA-LEMBA David A Cleveland, Ohio KARPSTEIN, Stephen D., Bend, Ore. KARPSTEIN, Stewart W., Bend, Ore. KENNEY, Terrence J., Phoenix, Ariz. KEOHANE, John J., Havertown, Pa. KRAFT, Robert R., San Antonio, Tex. KRAUS, John R., Columbua, Ohio KUEHN, Jeffrey T., Rhinelander, Wis LANE, Stephen E., Santa Cruz, Calif. LATUNSKI, Terry M., Thousand Oaks, Calif. LEE, Peter, Randolph, Mass. LEFCOWITZ, Mark J., Washington D.C. LESHER, David R., Saegertown, Pa. LEVAN, Kevin R., Aztec, N.M. LINDBLOOM, Richard J., Glenview, Ill. LINDSETH, Albert O., Choteau, Mont. LOGEMANN, Dale W., Omaha, Neb. LONG, Michael J., Eureka, Calif. LOPEZ, Francisco I., Pomona, Calif. LOTITO, George L., New Carroliant, Md. MAC PHERSON, Barry L., East Hampton MADDEN, Michael L., New Orleans, La. MANN Allen J Escondido Calif MARCANTEL James B Elton, La MARON Arthur L Rapid City, S D MARQUARDT Orival L St Paul, Mmn MATTINGLY Harold D Louisville Ky MAXWELL William R II Xenia Ohio MC CARVILL Robert E Bridgeport Conn MC DONALD Guy W Columbus Ga MC DONALD Terry W Escondido, Calif MC GLOCKLIN Franklin G Glade Springs Va MC GLOTHLIN Darrell L Purdy Mo MC GRADY David J Evergreen, Colo MC KAY Leroy L San Diego Calif MC LAUGHLIN Raymond S Oconomowoc Wis MC LEAN Frank C Philadelphia Pa MEAGHER EmmettJ Miami, Fla MESA Pedro B Guam M I MICHAELS John R Mansfield Oh1o MILLER, Bobby c Brevard, N C MILLER Hugh M Ind1anapol1s,Ind MILLER James R Odessa, Tex MILLER Raymond E Fort Wayne Ind MISIOLEK Leon R Costa Mesa, Calif MONE Michael J Dover, N H MONTGOMERY Billy R Tolloson Arlz MOORE Langdon S Jr , Orange MaSS MORRIS Richard P So Portland Maine , N.Y. 71 , . . , . . , , . . 9 9 9 9 9 - 9 9 GAS , , T . , . , . . 9 9 9 . 9 - 9 9 9 , . . 9 - 9 - - 9 9 9 9 - 9 i 9 9 9 9 . I - 9 9 . , . , 9 - 9 9 9 , Q , . 9 - 9 9 9 , . , . , . . 9 - 9 ' , . , l . 9 9 - 9 9 9 , . , ' 9 - 9 9 9 , ' ' 9 I . , 0 , . . . 3 I I s I ' 9 f ' l , , , , ' , ' 9 ' - 9 l 9 9 9 - 9 9 ' ' ' ' , , ' ' 9 9 a 9 ' ' ' 9 - 9 . ' ' ' ' , I . . . 9 . , 9 ' ' ' ' , . . . . g , . . O I 9 l - 9 ' ' ' , ' , . , . . . . , . , , 9 . , I . ' ' , , . ' , I , - , . I , , , 0 9 . , , . 9 ' '. ' ' . . , , , , . 9 . , , . , ' , - , . , I . . 9 I ' , . . , - , , , , . .,,..,,,....-.i.....,......e....,: . , .. ,...i -i....,......,.....-aaa...an.,.Lim.,.,..-.:ii...'.s,,:..-......5:.:....L..1.-..s... ....,. - ' MORRISON, Gerald K., Latham, N.Y. MUGRAGE, Christopher O., Columbus, Ohio MULLIKIN, Larry J., Wauzeka, Wis. NELSON, Gary E., Oakland, Calif. NELSON, Raymond E., Belle Fourche, S.D. NEWFELT, Charles E., Wichita, Kan. NITAFAN, Rodolfo B. , San Manuel, Pagasinan, R.P. NITZKE, Robert E., St. Louis, Mo. NORRIS, John M., Chelsea, Mich. NORRIS, Steven A., Salt Lake City, Utah NUTTER, Robert E., Carlsbad, N.M. NUTTER, Vernon A., Dayton, Ohio ODETTE, Steven F., Farmington, Minn. OLGESBY, Donald J., Spokane, Wash. ONTALAN, Bernado D., Agoo, Launion, R.P. ORRISON, Kenneth A., Philadelphia, Pa. OSENGA, Henry M. Jr., Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. PACIFICAR, Vincente, Los Angeles, Calif. PALICPIC, Magno, Cavite City, R.P. PASQUALE, Frank J., So. San Francisco, Calif. PATTON, Joseph A., Mt. Edgecumbe, Alaska PAUL, Craig M., Phoenix, Ariz. PEREZ, Richardo P., Sinaiana, Guam, M.I. PERRY, James A., Chelsea, Mich. PETERSON, Gerald A., Austin, Minn. PETKE, Lyle R., Milwaukie, Ore. PORTER, Ellis E., Tullahoma, Tenn. POWELL, Donald R., Chicago, Ill. PRIDMORE, Raymond, T., Martinez, Calif. PROCTOR, Clayton L., Montgomery, W. Va. PYLES, David, L., Mt. Airy, Md. QUIGG, Dennis H., Sacramento, Calif. RASH, Michael W., Denver, Colo. RAY, Perry M., Southern Pines, N.C. RAYBOURN, Herschel L., Weiner, Ark. REICHENBACH, Gordon D., Oroville, Calif. REID, Stephan C., Fremont, Ohio RICHARDSON, George D., Odessa, Tex. RIDDLE, Garett R., Pasadena, Calif. ROBERTS, Jesse L. Jr., Pasadena, Calif. ROBERTS, John, Akron, Ohio ROBINSON, Steven C., Alderwood Manor, Wash. ROBLES, Israel, Bronx, N.Y. ROERIG, Scott E., San Anselmo, Calif. ROFF, Daniel, E., Bemidji, Minn. ROSADO, Hector, New York, N.Y. ROSENDAUL, Ralph E., Mt. Delier, Ohio ROWLAND, Richard A. San Rafael, Calif. RUMBLE, Larry J., Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. RUSH, Joe D., Greenwood, Ark. RYDELL, Larry W., Gardena, Calif. SACHS, Richard W., Pittsburgh, Pa. SANDAK, David J., Brooklyn, N.Y. SANFORD, William F., Pueblo, Colo. SCHMITZ, Ronald, R., Westphalia, Iowa SCHNETZER, Christopher J., Hicksville, N.Y. SCHULTZ, James H., Long Island, N.Y. SCHULTZ, Kenneth R., Viroqua, Wis. SCOTT, Allen R., Portland, Ore. SHACKELTON, William O. , Massapequa Park, N SHREIBVOGEL, Robert L., Denver, Colo. SIMMERMAN, Harold R., Cornell, Wis. SMITH, Larry D., Amarillo, Tex. SPENCE, Robert J. Jr., Upper Sandusky, Ohio STANLEY, Archie J., Pleasanton, Calif. STATES, James D., Roanoke, Va. STROUD, Patrick T., Chicago, Ill. SULLIVAN, Cornelius J. Jr., Indianapolis, Ind. SYLVESTER, Michael S., Honolulu, Hawaii SZERSZEN, William, Elmira, N.Y. TAYLOR, Franklin E. III, Berkeley, Mo. THATCHER, Charles A., San Marino, Calif. TOKUNAGA, Melvin M., Honolulu, Hawaii TRIPODO, Joseph A., Bronx, N.Y. TUNE, Charles B., Fayetteville, Ark. TURNER, Jimmy D., Cleveland, Ohio VEILWEBER, Verlan W., Freeburg, Ill. .Y VINLUAN, Federito., Binmaley Pagasinan, R.P. WAGNER, Rodney V. Jr., San Rafael, Calif. WARD, Eugene C., Albany, N.Y. WEATHERLY, Ronald J., Westminster, Calif. WEILAND, Frank J., Des Plaines, Ill. WELCH, Ronald W., Sandusky, Ohio WIDEMAN, Brian D., Pontiac, Mich. WIERINGA, Charles H., Middleville, Mich. WILLIAMS, David L., Dallas, Tex. WILLIAMS, Michael D., Los Angeles, Calif. WILLIAMSON, Richard M., Fitsburg, Mass. WILSON, Craig, Antlers, Okla. WILSON, Richard C., Providence, R.I. 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