Forrest Sherman (DD 931) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1979

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The United States Navy Mediterranean Fleet is once more asea, as it has been every year for over thirty years. Modern, utilizing the newest technology, it is a Navy in transition from the frams and cruisers of the post'WWll era, to the VSTOL carriers and Spruance class destroyers of the I980's. Suddenly the booming sound of rolling thunder is heard across the water. The U55 Forrest Sherman has fired another 5-inch guns. Long, low, and still one barrage of rounds from her of the fastest ships in the fleet, the 4000 ton Forrest Sherman is making her first Med. cruise in over two years. It has been a difficult road for her crew, but the sight and sound of her three big guns firing is proof that Navy tradition dies hard. Even at the ed f h ge o t e 80's, one of the last Great Gunships still survives. 'io .ffjgaja j 5?15y-ffrf1 ..,3: - 5.1733-1 tp :gf-lying, s 1 . It was a long hard road to February 8, I979. That was the day the Forrest 5herman's 78-79 Med cruise officially ended. What got us there was teamwork. The ability of three hundred individuals to function as one. This book is dedicated to the crew which has demonstrated teamwork in countless ways and made the Forrest Sherman one of the best ships in the Navy. This 23 year old destroyer is 4I8 feet long and displaces more than 4000 tons. She was built in Bath, Maine in I953 and christened by Mrs. Forrest P. Sherman, wife of the late Admiral. The first crew to board the Forrest Sherman in l955 must have had the same spirit of teamwork as well as every crew since then. That is why the ship has proven herself time and time again. T712 ,gL'ff'w'5,g-fjgzifrl, 1 .xfgt-'f lvgzig Q57 fx. -v.':,c,-:v- was 4 -1 . Q , , Q,.. ,- . f.,-so sw .f-ggegmfs.,-,f.E,v " " " .eff 6 X' Q Commander .lohn S. Lacey received his commission upon graduation from the Maine Maritime Academy in June I96I. He earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Maritime Science and a license as Third Mate. Oceans and Tonnage unlimited. Cdr. Lacey also has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering and Science and a Master of Business Administration Degree. Cdr. Lacey holds the Navy Achievement Medal and the Antarctic Expeditionary Medal. Upon commissioning he was assigned to the USS Edisto AGB-2: other sea tours include the U55 RedHn 55-272, U55 Carp S5-338, U55 Pickerel 55-524, U55 Trumpettish 55-425, and the U55 Albany CG-IO. Cdr. Lacey is the thirteenth Commander of the U55 Forrest Sherman. He took over command on 28 Sept. I976. Since then he has taken the ship from an extensive yard period to a very successful Mediterranean cruise. Cdr. Lacey and his wife Rebecca have two children, Karen and John. Lt. Cdr. Thomas S. Weaver graduated from Officer Candidate School on December I8, l964. Since then he has been on five ships, as well as two shore commands. He reported aboard the Forrest Sherman in October of I977 as Executive Officer. A graduate of the University of Dayton, he has a B.A. in Economics as well as minors in History and Philosophy. He and his wife Kathy have three children John. ll: Christine, I I: and Jim, 9. When first reporting aboard, he had several objectives in mind for the ship and crew. These were a clean ship, good reputation, and that we make all of our commitments. After I7 months on the Sherman he believes these obiectives have been met. From winning the departmental awards to the successful Mediterranean cruise, LCDR Weaver states the professional abilities and hard work of the crew has paid off. - :swf giazfezfgr-:zzivxwexgmvfzffiSseiiiieriiiz "'fif155"' W"'WTfWii?'?4? J ff ' "i"'Wi'f-HW' "2 13 ' " ' DEP RTME T Lt. Boyer, Operations Dept. Lt. Coleman. Engineering Dept. lI HEADS k 1 Q fi, X' Lt. Kalinski, Weapons Dept A N1 'N ,I Iwi Ill .1 W U, P I RI li 5 Lt. West, Supply Dept. 3: gs l l l i l 1 , l l l 3: la il ,. is ii 'nl Hi fl l I al El l 5 l i ,P lf 1-it lil ? x , 'if The Officers of the Forrest Sherman are a well x, l, trained bunch. They strive for teamwork and a close contact with the crew. Through the efforts of each one of them Forrest Sherman has reached a level of operating capabilities which equals or exceeds most of her newer rivals ww W L ' Not all of their time is spent at work. They also enjoy ship's parties and events along with the crew. Here are a few of our officers captured in their most memorable moments. As you enjoy these pictures keep in mind that these "men of khaki" are as human as the rest of us. Where are we? 8 ,, l ll 13 - 1 l l l Q! lf l E '1 ,. i i 31 1 - 1 r l .' l I .?!17:,a571T35Uf'L5f"7-?'f'fif3fE'I7f3Z'3!f5' ffiffiff "ii5-T42L'??F':i'WLJ-7f:i?'Z-.JHgm' FEL 542' I A- ff? 'Z'5:I,'f41'3-:T -"'Qk:fi'f'lTL'!":-f- , 4 -via' "FiII her up Mac." Just back it up and try again . . . slower." Lower the boat, Iet's hit the beach." Llig Kruger. lst Ll. 5Y3ii3i5?'5'5?f'957?W"?'??S J 4 5 1 :ff3a,1fw4w'fa1fw:v 1 2 Ist division is the backbone of the ship. They keep the ship in good condition, maintain machinery and equipment on the ship's decks, and handle oncoming and offgoing cargo. 4 Operation of the Captain's gig and the motor whaleboat seems, to the crew, to be the most important job the BM's do. After all, we all like our liberty. BMC Wolfe STGC McRae ', s - -J AS division is responsible for underwater surveillance, detection of enemy submarines, and their destruction. The division is made up of Sonar Technicians and Torpedoman's Mates. ff ,X U ,, f ' 1 a, ' ' S S i' ' N A -,Q ,xy .., , Ki X f ' 3 Y mr W a 5' w "' 9 if X ay it sf if Qc The Sonar Techs are responsible for the underwater detection equipment. They operate the sonar as well as repair it. Torpedomen keep the torpedos and launching equipment in top working order. ,E .f.u,,,,.,.......,Hff-ff-few , -fvwwv I , VZ, ., k,. .t J I , .ywyhklyvuqwhwi ' A ' . fa':'w5J1.,,ijniiQ"i-W 5WzmpgA,?kf" wJm.,1LT.x,p, ' VL - 'T 1-7M"'i' Ens. Yerger aww, Us gn vi , 5 Q 7' ' -7 715 :A in .rp Q2 DJ is , . ,- . ., . , . . . - , V, 1 , -, -. , 5-1,1 2 .- N ,, ,4, : . - .yy e.-,af 11, 5 ga - f'-1 pf' ,V ,-1.11,142:45-gf-r-35,51 ,-2-f:'.:'av:5,f,'5: 171251552 "9-.s.1g- as--greg one V . I ' ' ' ' -. - .1 ,e .. 5 ,,-1, f- -,nv 1-. , . ,-,,,.- 1 ,. ,' -'- .--,',- .-f f '.- ,- -4 .,-. 'r g aff- L 1 L 1- . f : ,,- .-1-ng,fm1.:..fg',1,-:,w.--,1 fgavgf-a.f1'-,mage.rfzf-qgr nod- ,L Lx, ri,V.,-,tL.:-F4-0:1-'-1-As:-. :.-,,1ge,.,-,fc fir 1. cs M 3 - , -f f -- . I , . ff " . rv- , ' ' ' ' - - H I' .1 '- -' "-sf H " . H' -, - X . . . , f f ' - - -- 1' ' , . s ' ran. " 2 v.,.vw.a.'- .af:z,.cw..:1.-Wfm.:-.:w,Lf'e5m..:- "-1. xv! ,,... .-..' --SIZE:--' 5 A V 4 5 f ' l Qefl , fn. 3 rt-. -r Fox division is made up of Fire Control Technicians and Gunner's Mates. These two rates work hand and hand to keep the ship's surface armament in a ready condition. The ship has two fire control systems and three five inch guns. FT's and GM's keep this equipment in top condition to deliver quick, accurate gunfire. GMGC Conley Ens. Dean QM2 Broome at the helm The Quartermasters of the Forrest Sherman are tasked with the responsibilty of the ship's guidance. They chart the course of the ship, take the helm during unreps, and gather weather data and star fixes Without these men, the ship would undoubtedly be forever lost in the vastness of the ocean. Ltjg. Disney SSSSS MAI Allen YNC Spence X Division is made up of five ratesg Yeoman Personnelman, Postal Clerk, Hospital Corpsman and Master-at-Arms. The personnel in these rates work together to provide the medical administrative, postal and military law enforcement duties necessary for a ships operation. - -' '1X'?fQ'Pfl? ff - '-1--af':'f!r'f?-'5'?'37-Z"'?3'f5f'215352-152i 7'?"M"""'i"" ' " 'A' fu gi. :if r I8 .9" OE division is made up of two distinct rates: Electronic Technicians and Electronic Warfare communication equipment, and all associated peripheral and test equipment. Technicians- EW's operate and maintain Electronic Warfare ETS are the N3VY'S Phantom Vale- Rafell' Equipment for monitoring and providing CONN?" recognized, they are responsible for the maintenance measures to hostile radar and miggles, They work in of the "eyes and ears of the fleet." - radars, the fast paced environment of CIC. 1u:'.'h4g2i' .f..assi-i':mItJd4-Q1-Qi2e113biA:'1?I.iTQf. .-Q: 'f fri ",-iunll'-L 1:.,1i'LfsJ:.4a2Z' JL.-'i2lA1'E'59fgi-"i4nd Z ' kf:Efifg.jl5yQin:f'Q2 "'::A.':.,-1 .ps .V..1.1,v,...'-4.-. L... , ,fmt - .W -s.- - fawnz . L I-li-"-Ez' "15u,1PiJ, -' , ,- V- 'QIVQ -3521.2 + ,W YL ff,. 5 .:. 4 Ltjg. Murphy f if LfxJ Whafs wrong with my shoes? 'fi' Operations Specialists operate the search radars plot air, surface, and underwater tactical situations, and communicate with other ships from the Combat Information Center. ClC is a very fast paced center and it is important that the OS's maintain a high degree of calmness that only comes with training and experience. OSC Chilton OS3 Crabtree studies a training manual. Ltjg. Williams Ltjg. Morris .,.. . ' , . C - .-. N Andi. ,-W --N " -. 4. -fl,--s-. 'ga ' - " " ' 1 ' " "wwf M99-Msn 7'-V559 -. . , ,,, H-1-f-L, - 'ff-'i' ENS. Cox OC division is the ship's communication division. W Radioman and Signalman make up the team. The imm Radioman are primarily concerned with long range th hile Signalman are concerned with ships in the ediate vicinity of our ship, communications is still eir primary job. The Signalman use everything from communication. They are in contact with radio stations flags to flashing lights to convey messages to all the all across the globe. Crew members also send I1 telegrams home from the radio room ot er units in our company. 1-'yi-. A RMC Barratt 'wif 921 HTC Evans ENS. Stirling Duty boat engineer l ESR Division is actually three different work centers in one. First there is E Division which is the Electricians Mates. Second is A-Gang. A-Gang is v comprised of several rates. Third is R Division which is the Hulll Maintenance Technicians. All of these rates keep the ship's lighting, air 6 conditioning, and related equipment working. In H addition to these things, they also maintain the ship's 3 diesel generators and the small boat engines. 1 lt is difficult to explain all the jobs that this group of people perform, but if any of these tasks were neglected the crew would certainly suffer. Ltjg. Teehan 5 .4 0 ,Tw X I 8...-.X "M-...S ,-v V ,. MMC Arnold s ln-9 his '-:Hn In px., K ,. 1' Q 4 f', 2 M: j 2 R E V "4-,g....., "f -' J"'.- '7'n1-'TY' '11, 'f pg -Z, T'--,.- fffzf' 136. -L ' 'X.'.y1T-af.-4. -II. f'1.ffC:T'L1 ll ".l-' .--4 . 1' -riff? , nf -it-."v I 21- '-'Il -.'E'1' ' 1. 'L-L" if f.'-.-' PI - 7-- ff' I:'1' - 'J - 'L '5'.'..'f". 113-..' -'-:fl ., . . . , . . CWO Hyman M Division is comprised of Machinist's Mates whose main job is the operation, repair, and maintenance of the ship's propulsion and auxiliary equipment. They work in the engine rooms and the fire rooms where temperatures may exceed I I5 degrees. MM's must work in this environment daily --J' 2: f f f BTC Thomas 1 fmqwwfh. f , ' 54,4 J V- , . , 4 K ,. 1 , , 3 1 1 BTC Thompkms Boiler Technicians form B Division. This division is responsible for the steam producing equipment or boilers as we all call them. BT's light off these boilers and make sure they are operating at top condition to enable the ship to move at any given speed. BT's also test the fuel and boiler water for impurities and perform general machinery repair and overhaul on the boilers. They, like the MM's, work in the holes where extreme heat and noise are constant. LTJG Barclay M kaa,..4-A-6-Af zmwimzgQawbi-mS,ifuf5:.a,fwsmzwm rmwff:fa1o'uf,m-us ww- V1 iw ENS Holst MSC Enclso r ll ,,, YE ?" N ' H 1 'Lv f-. '? ' - i ff' Y 5 'if Q Supply Division is the ship's personal services. They do everything from laundry and hair cutting to keeping repair parts in stock. Supply is actually four rates. These are Ship's Servicemen, Storekeepers, Disbursing Clerks, and Mess Management Specialists. Supply runs all of the ship's habitibility centers like the mess decks and the barber shop. We can also thank these guys for our paychecks we so gladly accept every two weeks. . ,,, EVENTS OF MEDITERRANEAN CRUISE I978-79 DATE DAY JUNE 29 I JULY 8 I0 I0 I2 I2 I4 I6 I8 20 22 23 25 30 32 AUGUST 3 36 7 40 I2 45 I6 49 20 53 22 55 SEPTEMBER 3 67 4 68 5 69 I3 77 25 89 OCTOBER 3 97 4 98 I3 I07 30 I24 DEPARTED CHARLESTON S.C., UNDERWAY FOR MED. CRUISE ARRIVED ROTA, SPAIN DEPARTED ROTA, SPAIN - UNDERWAY UNDERWAY - PASSED THROUGH THE STRAIGHTS OF GIBRALTOR SIGHTED MOROCCO IQAFRICAJ ARRIVED NAPLES, ITALY DEPARTED NAPLES, ITALY - UNDERWAY ARRIVED - DEPARTED AUGUSTA BAY, SICILY - UNDERWAY ARRIVED - DEPARTED AUGUSTA BAY, SICILY - UNDERWAY ARRIVED - DEPARTED AUGUSTA BAY, SICILY - UNDERWAY ARRIVED CALVI, CORSICA QFRANCEQ DEPARTED CALVI, CORSICA CFRANCEQ - UNDERWAY ARRIVED - DEPARTED SOUDA BAY, CRETE QGREECEJ - UNDERWAY ARRIVED - DEPARTED SOUDA BAY, CRETE QGREECEQ - UNDERWAY ARRIVED NAPLES, ITALY DEPARTED NAPLES, ITALY - UNDERWAY UNDERWAY - ARRIVED AUGUSTA BAY, SICILY DEPARTED AUGUSTA BAY, SICILY - UNDERWAY ARRIVED VENICE, ITALY DEPARTED VENICE, ITALY - UNDERWAY ARRIVED SOUDA BAY, CRETE QGREECEJ DEPARTED SOUDA BAY, CRETE QGREECEQ - UNDERWAY ARRIVED NAPLES, ITALY DEPARTED NAPLES, ITALY - UNDERWAY DATE DAY NOVEMBER I I26 ARRIVED TARRAGONA, SPAIN 7 I32 DEPARTED TARRAGONA, SPAIN - UNDERWAY I3 I38 ARRIVED BARCELONA, SPAIN 22 I47 DEPARTED BARCELONA, SPAIN - UNDERWAY 27 I52 ARRIVED CANNES, FRANCE DECEMBER 4 59 DEPARTED CANNES, FRANCE - UNDERWAY - ARRIVED GENOA ITALY I9 73 INPORT TILL 0645, DEPARTED GENOA, ITALY - UNDERWAY 20 74 UNDERWAY, SINKEX QEX - USS THORNHILL DE-I95j 2I 75 I930 ARRIVED PALMA, SPAIN - PALMA de MALLORCA - MA.lORCA 24 78 INPORT - CHRISTMAS EVE 25 79' INPORT - CHRISTMAS DAY 3I 85 INPORT - NEW YEARS EVE JANUARY I979 I l86 INPORT - NEW YEARS DAY 8 I93 INPORT UNTIL I400 - UNDERWAY - DEPARTED PALMA de MALLORCA I2 I97 ARRIVED MALAGA, SPAIN I730 PM 24 209 DEPARTED MALAGA, SPAIN - UNDERWAY 25 2I0 ARRIVED ROTA, SPAIN 28 2I3 DEPARTED ROTA, SPAIN - UNDERWAY FOR CHARLESTON S.C., U.S.A. FEBRUARY I979 8 224 ARRIVED CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA, U.S.A. END OF THE MEDITERRANEAN CRUISE OF I978 - I979 .. , .., f Wm :- .N ,:.-., ,, -. ,, x , .H ,f 1-..+ ,-mmf nz- -.1 :i1+1f':fXf'Qe-"LimYfflf '2"-1""1f'2Ff"+f12-fwfr!Ai''Q:z'eff2f2?ff'i5in-11viiAm2ff5ifi'L11-f.Sf'-Q:f!'1E25Y:-f .n ,.-?f?ff-+:T1f1'f+f'ff4t'WSW''RN' "' ' f, M! A f ff, no f fb Wg! 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As you can see by these pictures there were a wide variety of things to see and do at sea. Off the coast of Charleston dolphins play alongside the ship and provide a break in the hectic day's work. The sea can be as gentle as a waterbed or as rough and mighty as a storm as the picture shows. A wave or "greenie" as they are called breaks over the bow on our return trip to the States. On 22 August I978 the Forrest Sherman Med-moored in Naples Harbor for a tender availability with the U55 Piedmont. Though the work schedule was quite demanding, many members of the crew had the opportunity to take advantage of the tours available and see some fascinating sights. The best enjoyed tours were those to Rome, Capri, Pompey, and Sorrento. Those who toured Rome during the first weekend in September were afforded the exciting opportunity of seeing the coronation of Pope John Paul l. Overall the restaurants were quite inexpensive and the food was very good. Naples is a large and busy city. Shopping areas are numerous and offer a wide variety of art work. leather goods, clothing, and cameos and other types of jewelry. The Navy also has a large recreation area in Naples called Carney Park. This was the site for several Ship's picnics and sporting events such as softball games. It might be interesting to note that the entire park is located inside the remains of an inactive volcano. I l 1 ! l, A 5 1 37 On 7 August Forrest Sherman anchored off the coast of Calvi, Corisca. This picturesque town was quite overrun with tourists from all over the world. The luxurious sailboats and yachts were examples of the wealth that was vacationing on the island. For us the prices were very high. What occupied our liberty time there? The beautiful beaches and their scantly clothed female inhabitants. Breathtaking! For two days of our visit heavy weather and high winds hampered the boats on their runs to the beach. Several crewmembers were stranded overnight and had to rough it out in the open due to lack of rooms in any hotel. Besides, nobody could afford a hotel room anyway. Thanks to the French Foreign Legion the stranded people got a warm breakfast the next morning. , , , , 1, , Tr, , ,,.X,f, , -X, V- ,g ,l 1. ,-wiv. 'W M4127-,f:gf. - -smrfmfjy 1 fywwfq...Q-.-Lys-fgfr-fr-:5f,.f f ,fsxl-1.ay.2i'e,'i::'g:-wgfxgvsjtg 122-.tf5:,x:': 751- 5':,1n-N:-,WL ..-MI, X, ., ,, , ,353'u5::..:q,Q5.y.-,g7:f'3,'.i,af.."-.452-V1MQ fre?-:rn.g:,fv,a.z xt .,.1J,:wf?f?tf:1.21-, 1 14-."',..:,ff.af'-V'fLn::'f:',-ef ::.ul"3'g-v,:x-,unc X-41.1. vii-A,-a:X:.-3 ' ---- f -- - 4' - -' --'A Y X yxwXwNQXx X-AX X-XQMM X X X X ff -0, X fxvgg 71' gif? f wr? , J J , 2' V . qlfff, r , 5 , Z H ki" "' ' ' .asf"' f w,.,,,,. 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From Superman to the Fonz. we had a big turnout of all sorts of halloween pranksters. One of the big hits was Robbie the Robot. Complete with a pre-recorded voice and lighted eyes, this automation from the future graced the ship's decks and entertained everyone- What a bunch. Standing in the "line up" they looked like something from a crazy rewrite of "The Wizard of Oz". fm. Mx. fs O 'AC 1 at Qi" , 4 u.,,.,,,. 4 ,W """---we---y-'-i"G.. x ff T 'KQV e e NN 4 fall' A PICN C Got nothing better to do on a lazy afternoon at sea? Have a picnic. It's easier than it seems. Just get a bowl of laughter. three hundred hungry sailors, and a couple of cooks and you have what you need. Just for fun you can throw in some extras like an occasional wave over the deck or general quarters but those are optional. Picnics are definitely fun but after all the excitement and eating did you ever wonder . . . Who cleans up that awful mess? 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