Ford (FFG 54) - Naval Cruise Book

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XX x x . f I 9 ,Q f4 Q army W ww 'I 4 2 T ' A'-'WW'-'X-WQQMQ ,, ,si Q To The Friends, Family, And Relatives Who Provided The Invaluable Support Leading The USS Ford To Excellence With Every Goal Undertaken, Thanks For Bringing Us Home Safely. 0 Q W aw if 'Zi ste.,-" v" 44 I X,-Lg?--1 . X C YVQS-Q PORD gCfQ?f CO T OF ARMS SHIELD: Gold and Blue are the colors traditionally associated with the US Navy. The symbols on the shield express the story of the heroic but shortlived naval career of Gunner's Mate Patrick Ford as he gave his life in the service of his fellow man and his country on a riverboat in South Vietnam. The colors yellow and scarlet allude to the flag of South Vietnam. The wavy blue band symbolizes the My Tho River, where the action occurred. The V-shaped symbols identify the ship as having been attached to River Squadron FIVE. The scarlet spearhead issuing from the sinister or left side of the shield is indicative of the attack from ambush by Viet Cong forces, scoring two direct rocket hits and setting the craft afire, suggested by the scarlet color of the central figure. ,WTS 222222233 or M. .6 f 4- ML. by ar if -Y 'ff 13 f 'A ' uni -5 Q ji I t" T19 K E . , 5,1L'J 1: 5 rs 5 'J -f N - .- ff . mr' . 0 A - - -1.1 fr 0 - A -V M Q5 ff- b fi' . X o 67 ""' " 9 O ' R-yeah Q5 "TES of P35 XVQT' " " 913' -'-A-Email-' 155 of CREST: The St01'Y is concluded in the crest with the scarlet lion's head symbolic of the courage Zggnielffacriliice exhibited by Gunners Mate Ford as he continued to fire on the Crew ilatssi Woulgded and Wlth Clothing afire and his attempt to save his wounded water from edlelfirlui mlailiziniem mmf' thefrlllhier before he jumped in' only to perish in the . , gun ire. e crossed naval un ' 'f h' ner rat1ng.J The inverted laurel wreath signif' th ' g S Slgm y IS gun y below center denotes the posthumous awaiil ofetJl?c-??IZx?31?dCi'Jds1she Story' The Cross Capt J. D. Price served onboard from March '87 -May '89, Thank You for your 15 MAY 39 committment to the United States Navy and your dedication to the USS Ford. "For your outstanding dedication to service, the "Meritorious Service Medal." Congratulations Capt J. D. Price 1 The "handoff" received by Cdr W. W. Spotts Anticipation 1. Ifwllsf 1 F 2-0-33375-A L 7, , . 4 if fi 2 fr M ww.: f 1 f "f1f..f" ,f "",'f1?:.' if . ,- , ' . 1. 1 , .. :mtg 5 1 aff. If , - ,,,. gf J.. 3,1 .f ' ' ra M1 " P' COMMANDER w. w. sPoTTs Commander William W. Spotts, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood W. Spotts, was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on 16 September 1949. Raised in Ocean City, New Jersey, he attended the University of Pennsylvania and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychotherapy and received his commission as an Ensign from the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps CNROTC5 in May 1971. Commander Spotts' initial sea tour was aboard the USS ALBANY CCG 105, flagship for COMCRUDESGRU TWELVE and later COMSECONDFLT, as Communications Officer and then First Lieutenant. Upon completion of his initial sea tour, he attended Destroyer School in Newport, Rhode Island, graduating in May 1975. He then served in USS BLAKELY QFF 10725 as Operations Officer, followed by a tour as First Lieutenant aboard USS CAYUGA CLST 11865. He was commissioning Executive Officer aboard USS COPELAND CFFG 255 and his most recent assignment was as Force Operations Officer for Naval Surface Group, Western Pacific and Combat Logistic Forces QCTF 735 and Surface Combatant Forces CCTF 755, Seventh Fleet. Commander Spotts, shore duty assignment was on the staff of the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Surface Warfare as the Branch Head for newconstruction manpower and training requirements COP 3945. Commander Spotts' awards include: The Navy Commendation Medal with three gold stars in lieu of the third and fourth awards, and the Navy Achievement Medal, with one gold star in lieu of the second award. He assumed command of Ford in May 1989 and currently resides in Long Beach, California. MJ EXECUTIVE OFFICER LCDR FLAMMANG LCDR Flammang is a native of Carrollton, Ohio. A 1974 gra- duate of Ohio State University, he received his commission through the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps. He has served as Gunnery!Missile Officer then NavigatorfAdministra- tive Officer in USS REASONER CFF 10635 and commissioning Combat Systems Officer in USS CROMMELIN CFFG 371. LCDR Flammang's assignments ashore included duties as As- sistant Officer in Charge and Testcraft Commander of the SES- 100A at the Surface Effect Ship Test Facility, Patuxent River, Md and Head of the Ship Maintenance and Maintenance Sup- port Branch, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, Washing- ton, D.C. LCDR Flammang holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Ohio State University and a Master of Business Administration from Florida Institute of Technology. He has been awarded the Navy Commendation Medal with gold star in lieu of second award and the Navy Achievement Medal. ln, , A ,461 COMBAT SYSTEMS LCDR SWAUGER ENGINEERING sH1Ps CONTROL SUPPLY LT MOORE LT HALLADAY LT GIBSON ' PREPARING FUR THE GULF X uw vm, 93512 Rambcy Beware Killer Tomato Pacfire X To The Left Dumawal Y ky - . 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"ff Have you driven a Ford, Lately? WCG QUEEN CONTEST Davey Jones ordered a Beauty Pageant be held to select a Queen to sit at his side While he passed the Final Judgment on all Pollywogs petitioning for permission to cross his Domain. Top: Ms Olson, Ms Manly, Ms Humphrey and Ms Tillman Left: Wog Queen Contest Winner: Ms Rich- ards Bottom: Ms Callahan, Ms Richards, Ms Witt, Ms Gyves V w I ' ' -' ' , f " -K. :'.' T ,J-L" -' K- - V ' K' ' ' +L' ,.: '- i - ' ' - A ' f - i -A 1-2.11 4- 71, ,nf--:i,:-..-X17 ,-,-lf.,'1Q.,g.c.1::-Lf.E1.:gf.1- - :Q- CRGSSI G THE LI E KNOW YE NERTUNE AS YOU ARE LORD, IN PWLL SAIL THE TENACIOUS FORD MTH A CREW OF SLIMY WOCS TO BE TRAINED LIKE RE T DOCS ALTHOUGH WE HAIL FROM DIFFERENT COUNTIES WE IWLL SHARE IN YOUR CRACIOUS BOUN TIES AFTER WE VE PROVEN OUR WORTHINESS TO THEE, AND BECOME SHELLBACKS OF THE SEA WE IWLL DERART FOR THERES A JOB TO DO, YET WE WONT REST UNTIL ITS THROUGH THEN WHEN OUR MISSION IS COMPLETE, WE IWLL RETURN NOT KNOWIN6 DEFEA T TO FAMILY AND FRIENDS WE LEFT BEHIND, AND A COUNTRY SO CARIN6 AND KIND WHERE WERE WELCOMED MTH A WARM EMBRACE, AS THEY SEE EACH SMILIN6 FACE THEN WELL KNOW OUR MISSION IS DONE, AND THE US IS STILL NUMBER ONE. me ,f,,1,g I omg So how's the wife and kids? As we entered the Royal Domain of Neptune Re- gis, he sent Davey Jones to board us and to deter- mine if We were worthy of entering his realm. 'I2 Can we get up now? Just swinging in the rain EQUAToR GPS: 5 JUN 89 Hail to King Neptune, Most Trustworthy and Honorable Shellback iii 1 f ' X 42 " 54"3"5 QJQY, 69' .-1045: S2 75? if ' FC2 Mendez, GMM1 Steszewski, ET2 Watson, FC3 Toups, GMG2 Gower Mr. Thriller CDISBOJ GSE2 Chavez, MS2 Martinez, RM3 Martinez, RM3 Panis 14 M-W.-,nw m.MW . ...,,,., swf' ma-my ' fq5f54EvQ7,1,2,fwLy,WM ff-ll Q. ,Xp 1,43 1,52 '7FfET6-WT? y ,, 5 'Q pri," x I: ffl f f -, ff wzqzavildwr :,r,k,"'t'z.'.C-A :iw i f 2fqawt-ta3xe+sG5?'iv7325YLrli W5 ' ' ' " iff:-:1i'viff21 , , ,, Q7 ,fran:sfwx-xv:5b2is.ar22f1-:wi-4 my ,WIS si.. ,,,4qf...,f,.f,agW.y,J ., ., . , ,A .A,...N.,brM. wg1:ff,w2sf1:f agsfys? ' f ' ,f 'QM--+f 1.M-f5zX'ffsSfft,ffsf wi:-.rg A A .,. ,,,,.n,,i.,,, A ,,f,x,, 2 , 4. ,Wt it s.n,.f4 ifmebff JMB.. Q-gt-9, , Mawr,-Iffsx, hfefgvfifi- ,,4,z.' - izwrsf--rf-.42 Q1zfg,,,,.1'3:fng.says. f,,,,,,g,-,,, , , . X f - ,lj 3, X 1 x Tift N Q52 's an 1 fm ffft'Q53,jZ'fi,75QI55 i K ,H 5 wg-zf:.'Y,f2:,v,4 , ,,,, inthe.: ,,l,. 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The Take a Sailor Home Program provided an insight to the Arabian way of life by allow- ing American families to sponsor sailors and teach them a little about a culture unfamiliar to most Ameri- cans. OS2 Villa, BM3 Espinoza, RM3 Martinez ABU DHABI UNITED ARAB EMIR- ATES: A quick Visit to Abu Dhabi provided some valu- able liberty time just before exiting the Arabian Gulf. Most of the free time was spent shopping, touring, and stocking up on supplies to start us home. 16 Take A Sailor To Dinner Program 23208 AMH Potter, AW2 Wirth, AE1 Dumas Let Me Out Moondog, Baddog, And Blrddog Vann, Who???'? , ff 5 Q, 7 , ' X Z f X H M f W, ' W W z ,W f , , , M 4' . ,M , ff vf g W ,f wx -ww -W , ff , ,f f , ,, W f W ff, ,y ,f ' , ,J A A , W f -ff W af , V 7 ,M f M vi ' S ' X Navigation In India, A Shallow Challenge Where's My Lunch?'?'? TRAVELING OVERSEAS COMBAT SYSTE S The combat system comprises all of the Ford's subsystems and equipment associated with detection, evaluation, acquisition and engagement or deception of enemy air, surface or sub- surface threats. The combat systems officer reports to the com- manding officer for matters concerning the tactical employ- ment and operational readiness of the combat systems and the need for, or progress of, repairs and maintenance. The success of this deployment and the safe return of all of Ford's officers and crew were the direct result of many long and arduous hours of effort by the 65 men comprising the combat systems depart- ment. I am proud to have been a part of this team. - CSO. General Mission. The mission of FFG 7 is to provide local area protection to underway replenishment groups, amphibious groups, and other military shipping against subsurface, air, and surface threats, as Well as antiair Warfare QAAWJ, antisurface warfare CASUWJ, and antisubmarine warfare CASWD self-de- fense. FFG 7 can also contribute to carrier battle group QCVBGJ, battleship battle group QBBBGJ, or surface action group CSAGJ defense. , t Another Hard Day WW The Camera Got The Attention Anyone For Pickled Herring'??? A9 5 Wil , 4 an xt ho- 7 , Q . Q ag fr.. . 5 5 d 'A' X ciooz LT JoE BRUENNING CS-1 Division is responsible for the opera tion and safe navigation of the ship during peacetime steaming, exercises, Anti-Sub marine, Anti-Air, and Anti-Surface War fare scenarios. CS-1 division contains two work centers, CSO1 and CSO2. CSO1 has 20 Operation Specialists whose job is to operate the radars and radio circuits re quired to track, display, evaluate and dis seminate all surface subsurface and air contacts. They also perform duties of backup navigator. CSO2 contains the Electronic Warfare Technicians whose job is to evaluate electronic emissions and to classify them into air, surface and subsur- face contacts which they can further clas- sify into type, country, and threat. S-1 DIVISIO .....m- wig x X , X K.. s v til CSO1 Leading Petty Officer OS1 CSWJ Eason CSO2 Leading Petty Officer EW1 CSWJ Kryzanowski Not Pictured: OSC QSWJ Hollis and OSC CSWJ Dunn i Ng Y '6- W ii. 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CS-2 DIVISION Anti-Submarine Warfare - to search, classify and destroy en- emy submarines is the job of CS-2 division. Combating the silent force is accomplished through hard Work and prior plan- ning to establish complete ASW readiness. Equipment, envi- ronmental conditions, and personnel training are just a few of the complex variables involved in ASW operations. With in- creasing technology and production of enemy submarine forces, We must continue to use all resources available to ensure the countries safety is not compromised by any possible aggression. Winning the 1988-89 ASW Rooftop Training Excellence Award for the Pacific Fleet has proven Ford's ASW team is the best in the West. i CS-2 DIVISIGN STG1 Merrill f f NMR X if . i X3 ' I N., rf l f AVQQQQ Xx,YQ A x X Q- , egg, U do is x M Q 121 A ilir xm r Mid STG2 CSWJ Mangum, TMT2 Szerszen, STG3 Kaiser Earphones Pierced By Arrow Torpedo 14 24 oji2 STG3 Martin STG2 CSWJ Maxwell 1 r STG2 KSWD Mangum ORDO: LTJG Christenson GMC Wolf FCCS Perez CS-3 DIVISIG in FFG. CS-3 consists of the FC, GMG, and GMM ratings. The FC's are responsible for maintaining and operating all fire control radars and firing all FORD's Weapons systems from the Weapons control consoles. They were challenged with maintaining the high-tech close in weapons systems through dust and heat. GMG's are responsible for the maintenance, opera tion and upkeep of the 76mm gun and all machine guns and small arms The GMM's are responsible for the operation and maintenance of the MK13 guided missile launching system. CS-3 is the guided missile and Weapons fire control crew. They put the "G" The CS-3 Gang In The Palm Of My Hand 25 n H sr r , ., M o X LPO: FC1 Sneed 6 iff X , ' , .W 4 FC2 Paredes -......... -1....r ,Jw-:-1:11 sf 1-7f5-q-wf.-,+4wFv-awv-n:rve,q-qm+f-f,-.1J7s-wvvw-.M,.-rm -r ,-. ,.,f-f. S-3 f X Range Finder I A S X g Crossed Cannons W ASST LPO: GMM1 Steszewski mil GMM1 Lytton I X Ay KW ..n,sn 1 A' FC2 00011 FC2 Mendez GMG2 Gower GMG1 Delarre Knot picturedb 4 26 'uv W Q f f 7 f W W W7 1 z Z 'IMI' 1 ,f 5 W , W W N U, W WW X If 0 Z ZW V iff X 1' Q W W W , W W ww JW! W W gf f W Z X W f ' W iff? Wf f ff 1 f f W Q f W f f, 2' KW f f f M-w wf f X fwjlirxl f f! f W W W f Q QWZW 'QT W i f fh x01 W W! f W W 5 ,W ff f wvw W? af fw Y if W7 ' W ,ff W Z f WW WW lf f , My S aunsng1 F A A, Swv N SAX, S x X. X : x M4 xi Q fxxs f O X N L, SNS Q N I See You ff . 7 x hw N .NwQ Stogie Time W-CX. SAN' 3 Cs-3 At Play ' '5Nm I S-4 DIVISIO mmm I ERO: CWO2 SCHLEIS LCPO: ETC CSWJ MCDOWELL A i , 2 3 f ll X! , r, , , O W G lzllllvl " 1,,yx" , i u ,A W , ,,,, 5 ,f y ifw ' A ' "', M2 Q X f f A A , ..,, 7 , "'AAAA , it "" L H ' .. ,,,, N, I I ..,. , . xnriizm , ,f , i 2 I A i wi ET3 Fields, IC3 Thompson ET3 Stewart, ET3 Alkire ET3 Wallace, ET3 Mooney I E 5 v 2 H??h Billllm 4 -.mt Q 9220 V ,, rx. 4 French Phone Over Helium Atom Helium Atom With In- lllobe putfOutput Arrows -mg. , Z 4917! , ,A ..rrrr K , 7 WW ff y , i4,,,f ' J ,I , , 2 f I A lj, ' 5.9 Above: IC1 CSWJ Martinez, ET2 Watson, ET2 Harris DS2 Langworthy, DS3 Shoup 7 . as Sf , 1 1 r Q j xx W i-gin-mmnflmvw .18 CS-4 division is an integrated group of electronic technicians, interior communications technicians, and data systems techni- cians. Our tenacious attitude and extensive training enables us to operate and maintain a variety of state of the art equipment including: navigation systems, interior and exterior communi- cations systems, radars, computers, and closed circuit television systems. During the deployment our equipment was main- tained at the highest readiness level possible, thereby enabling the shop to respond to any threat. is X ,S ,ss sw X , me yf, I ,H Nt L! 4 . H, ,,,, x xs ,fx Y Z f f ff X if Asif ala, ' ni-',,,,,' A as . on Q Ei E E -'Y 11+ C! At Sea For Too Long Always A Smlle V. My 'f'Q M A 5 Fw"w jf f ' L fFie1ds Of Water , V i G X 4 R f Let's Try This Button Whe1'C'S My GUN? I x 1 1 1 v V E GI EERI G DEPARTME T Made of fire and steel, the men of the Engineering Department kept the ship fully operational despite the wind, heat, and sand met on the deployment. Working in 120 degree temperatures, they provided the ship with light, air, conditioning, electrical power, water, and pro- pulsion. The repairs were hard, the hours long, but they did the job when other ships didn't. Men like: Hump- dog, round-dog, bald dog, the dozer brothers, snarf, vann, and gremlin made the plant work. Service to the ship was their motto and they accomplished their mis- sion with zeal. The Engineers were always ready and ? 4 i did everything required to make the 89' Deployment a success. ? Q Finally A Break Have You Noticed? To Be An Engineer, You Must Have A Mustache. e : 2 4 V ii' ,I f' vxsfii ,,,, 0,1 , J? 2 . 4 - mf r fffsw' V' 36? L gl., A wk : ' J ,'1.' 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Latitude Lmes 33 l "-v yfr --'ff A ..1......f- --v-n--'za---0+ -qry..-vm-cu--,wx E- DI IIO E-1 division is composed of the Gas Turbine System Technicians and Electrician's Mates. The GS technicians operate, repair, and maintain gas turbine engines, main propulsion machinery fincluding gears, shaft- ing and controllable pitch propellersl, assigned auxiliary equipment, propulsion control systems, electrical and electronic circuitry up to the printed circuit modules, and alarm and warning circuitry. They per- form administrative tasks related to gas turbine propulsion system operation and maintenance. The Electrician Mates are responsible for the ship's electrical power plant and electrical equipment. They also maintain and repair power and lighting circuits, distribution switch- boards, generator, motors, and other electrical equipment. LPO: EM06 f f Qffm?-.af ghuw f X H ' f -Jz GSE1 CSWJ Schmidt EM06 GSEC AsBJoRNsEN GSE2 Lebert GSE2 Brooks EM2 CSWJ Douglas l . 5 yfg' ' l:. 1 Q, ,, ,f K, X V f f X If DI' v fy Q' ' - ,4 ,1 f V V W A .... s r i w . GSE2 Chavez GSM2 Vanover GSM2 Reed T Q r.-.-Lg.: A ...M 2....f..-.hL.... ...:...4,:1...':,.L.i'..Q..1:,.:' ....,:.. .- 4... . . g. , , , 1 ,I A , ,.,.. ....,......,-.-.. .. , ,., ,A ., Q, - .w . vt . f 11. 1, 1. A -My , 4 4 S 5 5 ' W E-1 Good Morning 2, r!,g r 4 tfymff ff m: vj. g f 'xhkk oooo , ., 5 ,o,,,, r f ,, , W, nw R' ,,., -,.,'oo N ..,,h.,,., nu g 4 4 '1'f K , 4 Y 1 GSM3 Barker GSE3 Caldwell EM3 Sharber GSE3 Straussberger GSM3 Kinney GSMFN McFarlane Y I 'I y I' I' 1 . Xsf 'f I , 'wh L E' X if 5 2 Enthusiasm ii Y i . n. 'f , W -,,,W,,,,,, 1 sf- 4. y, ' 1 N i NWS E i Cornered GSMFN Smith GSMFN Hatfield is 4 EMFA Gleason 51 Turbine With Ducting 36 ' 2 l xx X X X Y xx, sir V x"""'t"f . ,ks 3 K . im, .s AUXO: LT MCCABE LPO: EN1 QSWJ Kozlowski - DI ISIC E-2 Division includes the Enginemen and Firemen. Their respon- sibility extends through a Vast amount of Engineering Auxiliary and Support Machinery including ship's service diesel generators, refrigeration systems, air conditioning systems, distilling plants and air compressors to name just a few. E-2 met its challenge in the Persian Gulf fighting extreme heat and water intake tempera- tures upwards of 950 F which put an immense strain on their gear. They definitely put in their share of hours and kept an uninter- rupted supply of water, electricity, and air conditioning available for over 200 men. , hgh. EN1 Lerma EN2 Look EN2 Hart EN2 Crosby N 'E ...W -,f A -.. ,,..,..,-V-Y .,.,....w.,,..,,. 1 N ,,- . . .Y .-. .,-.,.. 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Ford's outstanding safety record is directly attributed to their knowl- edge and shipwide training program. MRI SiHS01 HT2 Stevens HT2 QSWJ Fletcher HT3 Callahan .,......-,-.ry-a.was:.:.....f.i-....-..A.:.L.,.,.:H.g1...:z.LNJ,-..:.g.4..s+1,4.a4u....n4....'.u-...M ' f - 1 " 4 ' wa rm . ., ,, - -' f - .. .. - --. - : --, num. ., ,.., .,., ,, , . ,,f,f,. lu... ...nnmm I Crossed Fire Ax And . quare 1 V '1' Y nfl!! LQ4 ' t i - ix X R X .,:f.r X . A ' 1 Q wx x NJ X X S X ox xxx X X Q S 5 X x X or s Q 2 . XR 1 ,,,,bQSX,gQE W gxlkx I -.-. sa np N SSEX .Twig Xa X ,sax X Q X, ws m X X X 9 B X Qxzss SN Q xx 1 ,X gf rug ffl 5 Qsf Y, 1 , MS, WIXQ ' tk Q Q HT2 GYVGS DCFN Stoker HT3 Frazier I .. A u .5 Crossed Quills Crossed Manual and Quill Q ,,V, z f Q f 4, fy..- "U o E21 mm gli' O an '-3 O CD v-"Z-' E? o I3 O ill 5 U o-4 4 v-1 U1 r-4 O S? X - Division includes the Yeomen, Personnelmen, Hospital- men, and the Postal Clerk who are responsible for a myriad of administrative and medical services. They are responsible for maintaining over 200 service records, controlling all transfers and arrivals, distributing and forwarding of all mail, and resolving the many administrative situations that arise on a daily basis. Medical department, Doc and Baby Doc, provided medical and dental services ranging from rou- tine to acute life threatening emergencies. They provided over 500 shots, over 1,000 prescriptions, over 250 lab tests, and handled over 600 routine sick call patients. il .1 si Y mail I I S., A Hs? ' 0 Q 54:5 Sxgjfi fig Q: 3,1 I ,s wr. ASS 0 I - A' X ' i ,fi Q so it YR -' , r"N'ff,.3iqX K , ff X 'Y yn? 1 ., If A F - Q0 so ' e is Q is Y' " Z-eff 3744 ' v , ,N X f' - -g ' A 'X Swfx V N' " fx was ii , ,X M L XN mx ,et - New I Ss w e it 'B' ' , . .0 ,.., x Q K Qsg-ss l - f X N V I 014' -. .ci CMAA QSWJ Stover PC3 CSWJ Hofman PN1 Siegel HM1 QSWP Barclay 41 YN3 Collier HN Whltf-3 SUPPL 1 DEPART ,, -mmaaffwzf , W, mf fl! 'ay V V 4 V . M. 5 i fl. ' 1 wh Mo V mnmwwwwh-MW a.,M.,.., . Q I J f 1 f ' Q f, f f .f 4,1 - -2 Y Z ,egg If , 4 Q!! Z. , aff. , , Qf .- V .4 g, .7 2 W ,, ,f y47s if it if 4. The supply department is responsible for providing hotel services, pay, and financial accountability for USS FORD. During the deployment we will have served over 700 meals, spent in excess of S125,000,00 for food, disbursed over 37 20,000.00 in pay and allowances to the crew, sold more than 380,000.00 of merchandise out of the ship's store, sold over 180,000 cans of soda and turned over more than 820,000.00 to . the ship's welfare and recreation account from prof- 1 its generated through the retail operations division. We will have washed over 110,000 pounds of laundry and pressed more than 14,000 shirts and pants for E- 6 and above and given more than 4000 haircuts. We have spent more than 1.5 million dollars on fuel, water, water taxis, buses, port services, and repair parts to keep FORD on the cutting edge as a forward deployed fighting unit. We have qualified for the supply BLUE E for the third consecutive year. We have instituted the Food Service Attendant of the Month program, the birthday meal, steak and lobster night and hosted numerous luncheons and recep- l tions to such notable persons as CTF 73!75, CJ TFME, DESRON 22, and numerous heads of state and foreign diplomats. D0?S,The Supply Department Contribute To The i Ship s Morale? Certainly. Xxx W., M. 44, W Q P -. 5 ,-ff' ' Q W, , ,.. ' M ""' K 'Wi' ,- Jfff ' V' ss... ff -'-'Y--Tis SKC HULEN S-1 Division is responsible for the procurement, receipt, custody, issue, accounting, equipage and services re- quired onboard including fi- nancial and logistics support for LAMPS MI III oper- ations. Also performs finan- cial accounting for ship's en- tire budget. S-1 division was always ready to support ship's commitments. Crossed Keys SK2 Sabal SK3 Manly SKSN Pertel v MSC NOWICKI Crossed Keys With Quill On Open Ledger MS1 CSWJ Torres MS1 Trippe MS2 Martinez Mess Management Specialists combine baking, cooking, and serving skills to prepare food day in and day out for the crew. They maintained food service spaces, operated serving equipment and fed 200 men over 500 meals while on de- ployment. Arriving inport, Mess Specialists grew accustomed to a good workout while on- loading dry foods, fresh vegetables, and a vari- ety of chicken in preparation for extended un- derway periods. chicken?" "What have you got against 5 , 11,1 , f 1 -ff of isis! Y R ss? - x, ff 5 . , .A H , V J. ,, 1, ,.-. sv , . , - ' 's.m1-Q4-1'-,'1-xyfn-'sv.., gs SN Miller demonstrates tray carrying techniques I Wish the CSO was still here Enthusiastic Cleaners Z X ffl U17 5 M af X !QfQmw 4 emi I S-2 MS2 Schneider MSSN Clemments MSSA Levitsky 1 un 45 l I Crossed Key and Key 011 Ch6Ck Quill DISBO: LTJG Triller S - 3 I S-3 Division supplied many of the necessities and little extras to keep the crew happy during deployment including candy, chips, clothes, peanuts, toiletries, tobacco products and PAY. With the minimum manpower concept in full force, they managed the ship's store, barbershop, laundry, soda machine, and the payroll accounts for over 200 men. l LPO: DK2 Stacey SH2 Beavers ji 'ec KE? S555 I3 ,J , X X U it .rfx SH3 Kelton SH3 Dao Standing by the Store 46 J Xl W X 5. S D HIP' CO TROL Ship's control department is comprised of the Boat- swains Mates, Radiomen, Signalmen, Quartermas- ters, And the Deck Seamen. This department has the distinction of standing the most prestigious watch on board USS FORD, the life-bouy watch, otherwise known as the Aft Lookout. Each and every man on board FORD can feel safe knowing that if he falls overboard, the life-bouy watch is on station. The Quartermasters ensure we know where Ford is at all times, or where FORD should not or does not want to be due to numerous navigational hazards. The Ra- diomen keep communications flowing and have the lucky role of waking up those officers in the middle of the night so that they can initial those immediate action messages. The Signalmen are FORD's backup communicators when those other ships are unable to talk to FORD because their radios are not Working. Just recently, this gave them the opportunity to practice receiving immediate execute tactical signals via flashing light, most likely the last time such an opportunity will present itself. Ship's Control- The department that always has the best and most interesting stories after each liberty port. L f 21 AA,,, W. 2. .' s 'F' fl 'ff "W ""' 'VV " f"' nap-ir- 0--W -1 - DIVISIO SC-1 Division, the quartermasters, are responsible for ship's safety, skillful navigation, and chart manage- ment. They plot courses, lay tracks and are the heart of Sea and Anchor Detail. The Quartermasters logged over 20,000 nautical miles of safe navigation adapting to ever changing short notice operational requirements. Ship's Helm QMC Barnhart QM1 Bailey , f 3, x , ,, f V ' Z i mf? I' H sg, H :ff M ' Y 1 , L a x V K 1 NL, Wm, , ,, Q I W, 4 N A QM3 Goodale QMSN Granlund 48 vw.-,..iL5:4.,..,,-ma-4.a-...-.Yv.....1..s.: gh, ,L -44, . E ' . - , V - , . A , ,,1 '. , ., . f 7 1-If - .-- J- -.- ---.-.- rg. ..-..4.,....,...,.-,.w-U. ..-1c...,....m......Q.a.4.e.w42w--..?J,4z4:Q-s-.o.s,.zL. ' , .,..-.. - ,, ,...,..,,..,,.,.. , . W Howis it going? S I SC-2 DIVISION 4 Hw .M RMC Brinkman RM1 Lopez Walking on Water Mmm 'I COMMO: LTJ G Kay . -'ily' N Four Sparks Crossed Semaphore Flags Taking a Break SC-2 Division includes both the radiomen and the signalmen. The radiomen operate radiotele- phones, radio teletypes, prepare messages and manage all incoming radio messages 24 hours a day. The signalmen stood watch on the signalbridge in 1100 - 1300F tem- peratures encoding and decoding messages, operating flashing light, managing visual signals, and pass- ing honors. They also alerted the ship to possible dangers and co- ordinated contact identification with Combat Information Center. SC-2 DIVISION f f - ,, A My f f 7, ,Q f ,,.. W 1 of XM ,I nf, ,yrlgw ' ,, , 'V J 4 V mi , 'f V ' f Q i gi ' ' X f 1 10 KW 1 ,gi X' wif f I fy 0 KMWM 0 Z , 1 f wfw' f f ff Q, 'fi f a - - , Q-n f ,Q M W if x, ff . , . 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They also man the forecastle for special evolutions such as "Sea and Anchor Detail" for mooring and anchoring evolutions. Deck division supports the ship's mission by giving it the ability to achieve underway replenishment to maintain time on station, ability to conduct flight quarters to support the LAMPS MK III mission, and simple contact management providing Combat Information Center the visual confirmations and immediate changes to the surrounding area needed for safe navigation. In the rare event that a man should fall overboard, deck division personnel are responsible for sighting him, providing the rescue gear and manning the motor whaleboat to save the person. .- - -' x, 4- g x. 4' S- lr fr' ff: ifkl inf jk? ff 2' I 5 If N 2 'E' " X 2 " '4 as 'fb ff Nb 'fi .gb 4 1 .W H. ,' .LEA 1 , g Q I-3 , , Q Q5 , I Q Ls: 4 s el SC-3 DIVISION X Crossed Anchors BMCS McCullough k Q ' Y , f f 54 Q? I 5 W! 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BMSN Olson SA Brown 'M ,qhz Z 1 SN Carpenter SA Ainsworth SA Bonnette SA Holmes SA Burt SA Rodriguez NB 'iiliitrfiifi , iw l nl. -L HS ,M -S , SME A X Mme J WSWS? f 1, Q me 5 w vm . ,ML A W ,f NS S ,, 55526, ,, '- S -N r-'fi X 'hi 2-:ff - 23? ,V M ey e: L , W ' , if,-'W ,J l A uf, f 0, Q gi 4 ,115 1 SA Cunningham SA Tillman ink?-44 W? ,Vu f ,pa-. -Wx. f 2 f 7 4 ,aff , S , 1 X ' fx A 1 - W gp f' if 'X yi Xxx I X H S Z Y A ,X , ,. 5 f, ji , PM wi, E nv , SA Miller SA Lewis im. k :Mk X A x JW jgfx 5 N' ,SJ fvfgxhxg Ny V X Ks i KX, i x ,KN A N ,ff We X ix N A K NM ff ' f X X ' N W UJCD CDD? Holder Huynh .S QS as in as Rf Y Q kg J , N X X - el ,AW WSTAS f ' fx ,Y Iwxfylks-A 1 . J,, , 4, sf :gil . mix, AH, l, 5 , il ,Q . MAEN X A 1. ff-g i ff: . X, Q!! X Q. N X -X K N is X S ALIQNYW , W, A ' Q i S, ' 4 Sf S NW! QQSV 'K S ,W . ni lx VII. ,ig il J X A if M 5 fi 2 D 47 SA Guinto SA Anderson VIATIO DEP RTMEN HSL-47 DET 3 provides the only stand off ASW capabilities onboard USS FORD. Saberhawk 68 along with her technicians and flight crews are able to prosecute submarines up to 125 miles from the ship with both acoustic and non-acoustic sensors. ln addition, the aircraft accomplishes surface surveillance acting as the eyes of the ship looking hundreds of miles around the ship during each mission. Saberhawk 68 has also performed VERTREP missions supplying the supply ship Willamette with groceries, in support of the Helena crisis, and during the inchop into the Arabian CPersianJ Gulf. The air det's greatest accomplishment to date has been keeping the aircraft up during the hellish conditions of the Arabian Gulf while performing intelligence missions and special operations. Keeping the aircraft up had an additional benefit, it allowed us to stay in the NPG for most of the cruise, thereby staying within three days of MAIL at all times. R if ,Nfph L DET 5. sa OIC: LT Pat Crotzer MAINT: LT Mark Parcell , I L!! ISSIST OPS: 'Matt Callan '1 I TENACIOUS: Determined, Stubborn, Unconquerable, The Working Men Of USS FORD. None exemplifies the tenacious attitude of USS FORD better then the ships helo maintenance crew. An indispensable part of the Fords fighting capability is its helo and the men who keep it flying. In the blistering heat of the Persian Gulf to the angry seas of the Pacific be them mechs, avionic techs, metal smith, maintenance, admin, electricians or ASW equipment op- erators have proven no one or job more important than the others and by Working as a team have shown a tenacity that few could hope to match. OPS: LT Mark Dola ADMIN: LT Mike Blagg H L DET3 may gi. P Two Bladed Globe Winged Crossed Keys, Propeller, Winger Winged -1- Q- 1353255 Crossed Mauls, Helium Atom, Spark-Pierced Winged Winged Electron Orbits Over Wave, AMSC Worrell Winged AD1 Sanders AMH1 Potter AE1 Dumas Sparked Arrow Piercing Water, Winged i ,n Wx ! 1,1 ' c P it ima' ,,,,,,,, fi 1 11114 ' l 1 sei, , , l f X I l , I , r f k , , n X A A Z X' xx W Ni' X XF ,Y X Q K X x M, X lb if if N , . N t VS X ,, -. - . V , N 2 X32 , fling , gg A. 1, , .Sox Q , xxrwx -ah, la 'fm Wilt ' 1 esfi Z M AW2 Wirth AK2 Kangas AX1 Cobb AW3 Deheart AE2 Richards AT3 Peckham AD3 Ware AMSAN Elisan A ARDi', AWARD ,AW R During the deployment, many crew members received numerous awards, recognition, and advancements. The following pictures are only a few. The awards earned during the cruise are as follows: -SurfaceWarfare Officer -Enlisted Surface Warfare Specialist -Sailor of the Quarters -Officer of the Decks -Command Duty Officers -Navy Achievement Medals -Good Conduct Medals -Sponsor's Award ' In short, we pinned on bars, wings, bowwaves, we tacked on crows, and we pinned on medals, congratula- tions to all who were recognized. Good Conduct Medal em. T-.vm-wi 1' , 'img 'uw . , Q A K ' A 1 . "'f W ., X i f W , ,,,,,,,,,, A ci,' A sm A , ,ift an .fi ,,,,,, Af- fl ex A- ' Sp0nS01"S Award Fine YOllI1g Officers Sailor Of The Quarters lmuxsxkw N fffww , W Welcome To The KhaCkl World , 5- Wuxi - be Q , ,',. X, S35 -X -Sm. s ,XYXW x , is ff,-Q TEEL BEACH Is It The F00d??? A Waterfrgnt Seat H1 H1 7 0 0 d C h WS A Hard Life 0 W G .... DEPLOYMENT LIFE Cooling Down In Bahrain Who'll Stop The Rain Just Try It Swim Call The Holy Helo 62 i NAVY RELIEF FU D DRIVE 'ri S Ml f Q J :Ht 1252! 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The professionalism of your crew contributed greatly to the successful completion of Earnest W1ll Operations. During visits with our friends in the Gulf, your conduct as goodwill ambassadors went far to enhancing relations between the U.S. and Gulf Nations. 3. Enjoy a safe, swift voyage home to a well-deserved reunion with loved ones. Well Done. ff RADM Fogarty ff Special recognition and appreciation to our Command Ombudsman, Mrs. Kim Schleis. Thank You! WELCO E HO 1. Ford's reputation for combat readiness, operational excellen d t ' l lf- ' ' ' just completed deployment is well recognized. As you rejociiiaf1gJ1mIiliies?rahdSi'riesiildglceevleiiy Tudidgcigwi member should be proud of his contribution to this record of success. , y 2. 3,0121gzeravgirdvgocetrlgsosgght of "USS Fordi' ballcaps again representing the EN GARDE squadron on the 3. Well done and welcome home. Commodore Dyck sends. , , P f , w ff, f ,f ' , X fSt2 0l70klI0U4k Union Of Soviet Socialist llepubl cs , L ff gf!" 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