Forrestal (CVA 59) - Naval Cruise Book

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'i- -,- " 'Tx ."T Shadows are long on the flight deck and man and plane just vaguely more than empty silhouettes: into the day-lit sky rise the new-launched planes, soaring higher than the sun ln the early light of dawn, a lookout reports to the bridge. fPerrenoudl Ordnance personnel race to arm their aircraft forthe dat's first launch. lPerrenoudl Hey.. .wait for me! -11 -,,.a-P 6 1 i i , K ! vf v rm Get up, its morning. . . , nlfff H ' ' , ,Q Q arf fffwff' g , I , fpyfwy, fffbgg, , ' JC, f fr Q' ' "f My 'Y4a.'f5,-ffm-fly,V14 0 , A A ' '-H fiw -fn f 7 7 I Z , ff 5 HW J" X f fa. ,Wh 1 1 X A-A LN, , ,, , . , W, X ,, g J fyy7f!,ff,ff,f,5,fW,ff, If , 0600 Reveille sounds: Man is face to face with his own image provoking, behind the toothbrush or the razor f a smile, a frown, a grimace: some can't face it at all lPhotos by Perrenoudl 26 Breakfast . . .coming up N Man does not live by bread alone but it helps - ' ' .-,ll..-.- ,V . . -Q. . 15-M-. fl N-W s ...M .., nn- 'M Thousands of loaves to feed thousands of men. lPerrenoudJ He says he wants it over light . .. 1 4 'l"' S 'J iff" The starboard mess line fills up. iPerrenoudi Breakfast hot and steaming fried eggs, fragrant coffee: a come-awake time Each man, lost in thought, begins the day. Good morning, sir! RADIVI Hyland and CAPT Lambert confer CPerrenoudl But breakfast is a pleasant interlude only, and work must begin. The day, for many, begins with a meeting . a conference, a plan of action Operational planning is done in Flag Wogeneyl Km? gjalnwhn-vm j .4l Captain Gels and CDR Kenyon have an early morning meeting on the bridge CDR Lake holds a CAG-8 br1eflngfBIalrJ ,i . At every level plans are made, briefings held, problems discussed. Overall decisions are translated into workable applications for each department... Communications officers meet with LCDR Norton. Wogeneyl CDR Condon briefs the Engineering officers. llvlausl 32 Supply gets the word. llvlausl The Air Boss briefs his senior officers ilvlausl -1-annum:-1-su ' uw ww We ii ,i. X, , 4 f, is , f i , 7 f CDR Barrow ofticiates at Operations Department meeting. fPerrenoudJ Gunnery seems amused by talk of the day's operations. Cvogeneyj Medical Department plans its administrative needs for the day Wogeneyi CDR Moffit meets with the Navigation Department officers Thefhstlaunchls oven the silver planes swept Into the sky For a hard workmg crew, this means rninutes and the 34 . ' -s . : '- - , . -V.:-...:-' -rms. 'f:-,Q-.--2-if-1:-fan: .-:.:.,.,,,g:vf:3-fmffzgv-if-3.1:g.5-g.Q.g-f-'1.v.'f--,+f.1'.1'w4fr9: r' 1,--Fig:-J,-if -.-f'-1-Ln ' - f f And Atlas shrugged. Clgerrenoudl Planes are respotted for the next launch: respotting, the play of muscles against steel M V--.. Director clears rescue helo off for duty. lPerrenoudl The helo is up, a briefing held: and the giant Skywarriors catapulted skyward, in a blinding rush The C O of VAH 5 briefs his pilots prior to their launch llVIausi A VAH-5 Skywarrior is positioned on the cat . .. . . . while, with an exultant roar, another plane leaps forward into flight. iPerrenoudJ I WW f-,qv ww , ,. .4 nf- ff Aww , -M., ,TAM gf , 1-, Z N 4, ,Q -,f u JVENQ Q x""'k Nr ,l::4,'l:L.g , , ' , V- - , - ,, , I A , 4 ,I 1 A LL-. -f ---.f , A ,A i..,1'...,,g -f4,,..,.w..., ' - Y b .f b -, W , ' .. it AIA W : Y W,-sa x - .'i:'-:F 1511- - ""' 'T' ""'f'- ' , ' 'i ' "f"" 'ff' :rf ' '- -. :'pr-za: ,, .f::::.:fz-Jff.-we4:a-:0,..- ,,:.111,"wrE1u:'f'-rzfwfrii'f:f::Uavsr:2z2::-:my401:-:v'::f.'w:'9"exp:-gcrv1-:gg 11-,-5 -yr - QQ f . Q QQQ 5 A38-2 Skyvvarriors of VAI-l-5 in flight. to NNN X X X A w X. ws.. s X sbskf sg K if N X Q The perfect majesty of a plane in flight is the result of hours of painstaking work i 5 t and a fine attention to detail-a tightened wire, is 'Q it a carefully turned screw, a precise inspection. To keep the planes flying . . . Wogeneyl l-lu-2 works over a Detachment aircraft. lPerrenoudl 4 1 N On the Flag bridge Wogeneyl 's 1 ' ' , . , Vg, f, ,L ,. And check the oil and water while you're at it . . . CPerrenoudJ Funny you asked that! CPerrenoudD 40 I . -. ... . ,-,.n-.rf 1 .,,, , .,,.,,-.,. . - - , . . 'e . ' -. , , , , , , , , , , V,-17777 N-'NIMH nw U Ywyvum A, V VY 1- -....,,.,,,..,r. n 'f The Flag Bridge takes a sighting lvogeneyl as 75 K ,. I . . . . 1, lg , 'X fr ffayilirf' N- . . f- few, J s I W -WW. f K , I . .V rye, fs, Q :Iwi S A jet engine is repaired. lPerrenoudl Paper work, paper work. lvogeneyl The work of the morning: in themselves, meaningless tasks. Together, the creation and maintenance of a mighty weapons system. 41 Age: 24. . . CBIairJ Quartermaster takes a bearing. Wogeneyl We function only as wel! as we do our jobs Sorry, can't find it anywhere. Even sermons must be written. Uvlausl 42 :.- EQ.-FN-pr --efzeh':1.'-:-M.-2 fsfpgaf.-:ff-f1f2 ,e::':4:f,2f-f.M.e,,. , .- w ,f.-.e.,....sZJ1,,, g,,vi,g ,,-W-,--.- .,i, ,A -,,e,,:e-V i NZ ilif ,kr The proper course must be determined. Wogeneyl be they inspiring or simply routine i and then, it must be followed. CIVIausJ Engine order telegraph on bridge. Uvlausi 43 Mi' iw , 213753 f iw nf , 25274-4- W1 ff 1,, 54, YS qyff r T J, :ng -f i 4 7 Q f Nfl' if V 1 'N Q- 'K , f f - 'GZ ' - 1- . da... A .. ,LU ' ' L ' 5 r " -' 5iil:i1f?Z'.T5f?ji',...2 TFT, QL AVF-74 aircraft completes the slow, ponderous descent to the hangar bay 'X .,l-1-1-- ..i..-1.-i Steady, now . . . steady. lBIairl Another squadron prepares to fly... this time with a special passenger. But the routine, inflexible, still includes maintenance, briefings, flight deck procedures X Q X f 2 XX i,'S..g if I - V -yi-tw, X .ffl t e Au 3 The Admiral takes a ride with VF-74 lBIairl i RADIVI Hyland listens intently to a VF-74 pilot brief. F4B at "tie-down." lWatkinsl i wr X X ,aw ff I, fl. ,W , fl H '-4 47 fi 'J I VF-74 flies the F4H ...higher than cloud nine. Captain Geis observes from the bridge. A squadron is in the air... to execute its precise maneuvers and complete its important mission ,..-. 1 if V , ggw f W? ...and statistics from it in high flight are received and compiled Wogeneyl A weather balloon is launched . . . ClVlausl ...to enable this pilot, to get the word on weather patterns he may be facing in flight. Cvogeneyl W .x-1,1-rLLan-wsu ,:..w,s..,, , 1 .L - . 1, ,-.-.....,, M-, -,, , ,,,, ,- ,,,, .,,,, , .. ,-,,-. . , K l l .,i.,i . I My f' , Q dl It ' - Hi . 5' ' Parachute-packing. iBlairJ Don't get these wires crossed. lVogeneyl To sleep . . . perchance to dream... of pushing planes. fwatkinsl ln bright sunlight, FORRESTAL steams through the Nled This morning progresses, grows brighter, warmer: yet inside the giant steel ship, the only weather that's discussed is somewhere many miles away. I Oxygen tanks are filled for high level flying. lPerrenoudl .f"""w' -7 I . i Ll: WY' Km-W TO get them UD and KGSD them flylfig - - - lPerrenOudl 52 ...fuel pours into The hungry mouths of waiting planes. lBlairl EL M' Ah V '- ,g W - Q H V I V v HY naw, WV W V V 4 V - V...-... ,...g,.x. X fi f ,Nj W fi' Men cluster, like a bee swarm, around a giant aircraft Clvlausi CPerrenoudJ High on the flight deck activities intensifies again: the inexorable cycles of air operations continues lfdfgszj The cycle moves on . . . planes, fueled, are now armed These are ready to go Werrenoudb '--'f' V sw .X W 3 A.. ,, ...LL 4 .4 - ,sg ' ,. The weapons are brought from far below CPerrenoudl lciillflll FORRESTAL, an intricate weapons system, is a complex of armament of all kinds...from the smallest cartridge to the most sophisticated missile 'rl 1 , e i , L ' 1 The 20mm belting machine loads ammunition for a flight ivogeneyl Missiles are readied on the hangar deck ilvlausl ...and after it's chipped, it's gotta be painted, then chipped, etc. Clvlausl We have ou-r own post office . . .ta busy one, full of official and personal mail. There's always chipping to be done . . . CFeIkerD An aircraft carrier can't operate on drama and excitement alone: the boring, endless routine keeps it going: keeps it clean and in ,good repair, keeps its paper work flowing and up to date And if it isn't being chipped, or painted, you can bet it's being cleaned. llvlausl S: 5.1,--M , . 7 Six thousand and one I , , Six thousand and two , ,, The Captain's Secretary goes over administrative detail. A 57 And practice, too, is essential to our well-being and smooth functioning: we rehearse and drill, and drill some more for that moment which may never come or may come sixty seconds from now. We fight a fire . . . make believe or real ...with up to date equipment DC Central ...on the job. lvogeneyl 2 As if it were the real thing. Uonnsonb Damage Control prepares to enter simulated fire-filled compartment i For operations in heavy seas, "the eye" of the snip is snored up. 1 I 2 I ? f I K 4 4 1 R i 7 A 2 5 - I 5 s 15" 3 '51 211 '- -g .'.,-.--,QQ -fr-,.:f:g:,::-:Vf V --.,.,:':.1 24,2-0 '- 1- --: ,QQ-, V-1 1.-.-:---,, - f 1 1 g 'f f . f 1 -, .',-f--- .c --- -.f1:,f.,-.:f,-gg.,-QLcf-.C:mmfQui:-.2uanL-::,9u.:.1f,5-g..'r+4.4.:QL-:g-9-.:,'q.Qsfgf,M-,14:g,f..-.iv fafyx. 1..:fw:y1,gws-1-.1-,-:U 5-1: ., f .'.':-:pg - . 1 1 wi . L. 'N Q H- U. I 3 i .4 A W .. -. ---1 'nf Eternal vigilance, the true price of liberty is the careful scrutiny of a control panel, a record kept carefully on a plotting board, an eye, intently scanning a radar scope On radar scopes...and plotting charts and plexiglass boards...we keep track of ourselves and our planes I is . is 35 R 4 X f l I tl lr ai i E 'L X l pn W. . ' .rf-1 . , l ll as r is NM ,N . ., ms fi 3775? iooss if ,lw V ,N Www- fs. .ww ,ff-mn , f iff" ' gf Z Fire control is the responsibility of Fox Division Giga 4 -1-........, if' wi Q . 63 All Photos by Vogeney The Chief Engineer Wogeneyl To keep us moving, to keep us warm, or cold, supplied with lights, with steam, with refrigeration - to set alight this floating city and maintain her speed: the watch in engineering spaces goes on Eventhosehard-to-reach place? have to be painted. lVogeneyJ Lighting off the boilers. Wogeneyl A minute adjustment, a forehead furrovved with concentration llvlausl The Nlaln Control Console No end to the dials and gauges which must be read and analyzed. lvogeneyj Steam pressure is carefully regulated. llvlausl , sz- H MESS! XXL: Q .JQNQM I 2 gi, , P H W A , jfg iibx . 'Wf+N.:. 1 W. 'L' , ,, - J A A I Q X I -l,,'.--fy,f,V,,, " K ,M H 7601 'K ' 3 fygziizf ,, ' ,x "YL V . LQ- Q,nna...A - iff v 41, 'f new Tia If A I 'WW ' . I, ,N , - i 12 mg A ,f'l""-' 'f ,M JW, ,,, W , 'Zfj J If , Wx g ,f ,f f A , I, , ,gg , f i ff aff H This is how an observer sees it... ln flight refueling: a precise maneuver which seemingly accomplishes the impossible, W thousands of feet off the ground But this is the piIot's view, seen from a VAH-5 aircraft. iPhotos by Woodruffl It's clear what squadron this is. CCafegeJ VAVV-33 aircraft is pushed ohto the catapult. CPerrehoudJ 68 A careful study for a successful flight. Nogeneyl Yet another launch is about to begin - once more the flight deck is readied and planes repaired, pushed, cajoled into position. A cat officer raises a hand in signal A message is flashed from Radio Room ffl. llVlausl Man values his communication with other men- be it through a flashing light, the printed word, a radio message received. Thus, we in FORRESTAL, remain The printing press is readied for a job. llvlausl a part of tDday,S world. i l ,W 'X ' if in 5' ' ff ffm, , yr yu, , , XZ? 3, 4 , 4 K, f ff Miffffi I ff 1 f ' 4' ' 7 ,WWM V ,MM g ff , swf fffww, ,ff- 'f wif-5 K - V ww f, f . aw:-egg, 1. , , A ,X f I I , f.ffffff,ffzf .,, , , ,Jw f fffff ,fm -Q1 f 0 f In the personnel office words mean men and their capabilities. And Avvords, too, are a means of clarifying and explaining . . . and educating. llvlausl 70 XO NJN. X X Q, 1 xx Q R . A :QR w- Ek 4 fb H 'f jf! S Q vs f 7 U D, F 1. ' up 1 17 if ,, Y A I 5 ? H. 'f ! x is r V ? lik 72-Q X S. We work with our hands with machines, with equipment. As we, a great carrier, keep a constant vigil by simply being here, so each of us must ensure that everything we do, everything we handle achieves a state of perfection. F .bv l lv We must keep sharp. Look sharp... Cut Sharp . .. A sat 1 ,K 1 www I 4 ff, W fl a , W 2 ,, - ff f , . , , , , , , fL, , va. , ,Wfff . , , In V' V aw,"' ,m., 'HN,.gt L, My - !k.7 Q X iffy!!! .IX fY4i3 1 H-Q5 Zfffffft 1' ff!! Gil , 'i f -A .f .ff ,,,,, W ff, fm W,,,M. Z? We V ,M , v H ps, 7. f ci, ,M Mft if ' .2 M. 1 ,, , 5 ffm, X l . f ,s f X 1 Ali: A I, i ' , f, , Us .Aff f 2 if f Z W f f AQ, 0,71 za ,-Q ,, fxfz ffff M-if 4??f Af! f f f f qfv: f' X Z 51. Qi it 1 ' , Zh ,. By the heat of flaming gases, A tanker package is tested CPatfJ ' a paPFi?vVe7lHed and bectfnes vvtmele .,,.. , ,.. -' 'W' "0 ' ..,,,..- .. 1 Lf ...U- ..,..-- 9 The Willie Fudd is hooked up for a cat shot... lPerrenoudl 7l ff' N V UANGED 2' A plaque commemorating Cross Deck operations with the HMS Centaur 1.-K i l l ali.. at 2 'K ,f!,,,Mw-uf"""" ,- V yd" 2 .': J g t. le 4 f. , t.'3ffZQ'fVlX' ' W ,lwf ,W ?' 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Arms! lvogeneyl l I l l l well-deserved promotion for Marine Captain Legge lBIairl D- W And a happy 187th to you! fBlairl l 80 I Marines ...on the run. Wogeneyl A watch is about to begin. Nogeneyl ru ,,, ww y 427 . A f , 973- 9 4'1j' ,f , N H f 1 if .f f M, Q., L, if 1' 'E , f- f fy -K if V . f - , JM.. , Sw' X f f f 'f 1 My fw fa W W-vm ffx Z , f fs ,ff x 'Q ,,,' Q .K , 4 Q27 ' KX-' 1 f aft . ,Xia ffyf N , ' X , ff X vet X W -.mg 2 , W ' W f . ff-W ' 331 f"'se.s:f 'H f am. w. - , , f 4 , x " s ' Q fff' - - ' ,f ,, it X or JN, - . f f k t sf KW , , 4-cw 'X N k W ' , ajfgi 1 M 6 f ff an so t r r l 35" ff 4 as M ,S Q ,Q gl lg gf H N I- W V , g...m ISM As powerful and menacing as the rocky, snow-covered mountains over which they fly, a VAH-5 A3B-2 flight casts its sinister shadow on the landscape below The Skyvvarrior descends . .. heavy and fast 4609 hooks the cable. illusions,-ff ,Qin .fy W . W ' I W f' X -M, A M 'WW f-M mwd,,.,mwW I ' x J If 'X f-ffhmwm,M.,Mj,ffffA'fPffWm+tfM,,,,! V, N, . . .,...,'. ' f X, W"1'fM: ' Y , imfqfmff- ff X! ww www ,W ! ff M-4,-.fQawW,. x ., Mamma? , W5?WiQili1fag,gfm,,X nf ,,.,W - M-ww. f ,, ,l,,,W,Wwh ., sw-1 wry my My -A Nota minute to spare On the flight deck and below, deep within the ship: activity is intense. The fix-it man iBlairi t i i i I F I r Just me and my trusty screwdriver. CBIairJ Tomorrow they'II purr like nevv. Cifelkeri Locksmith extraordinaire... CIVIausJ This speaker worked just a minute ago - Wogeneyi VF-103's leading chief hard at work llillausi Launches continue... VF-103 is briefed in the ready rooms planes are positioned... and launched with a rush of noise and a cloud of steam An F8-C is hooked up to the catapult. lMacDadei Back in the ready room... VF-103 pilot prepares to man his aircraft. CPerrenoudJ The Crusader rushes down the catapult . . . skybound . ClVIacDadei ......, L., f --uw -9- ,.- f M411 XJ-ffl , M' QWEWEM 777 , w N x ,in f ,ff . 4 ' J 1 Ae f 4' ' 45 , QL yi ' ' ' . f f Q Q, I 'fa n , f ' ,1 2, 4 'W , x C' f f J A f .0- X, it f 'Wy Y af g f ,iv X ' ff , Q, f ,lj 5 if Qc , Z! ., f ff- 4 ' ,x ' ' K9 ' X y ,nf X 3 , f f f , f. -,L X H f ,W f X f ff Nlmmmm fried chrcken' lPerrenoudl Guess we Ci better Seve UWIS One for Th3I'lkSglVIl'lg lRowlettl It will be a hungry crew ' at lunch today hungry from a long morning's work from the busy hours since breakfast and in the bake shop and the galleys they're ready... I always said Id end up with a lot of dough. lleerrenoucll Z 1 4 ff Z 7 W a I Wi, ' ww, And one slice for me. . . lPerrenoudJ IVIr. Lee. . .the southern biscuit kihg. CPerrenoudJ ,WW That's the one . . . right there. We'Il set it for 350 and see what happens Cat track repairs. tPerrenoudl While the chickens sizzle and new loaves of bread bake in the great ovens the morning's work rushes to completion: a plane is polished, a diagram intently studied 95 i Stratospheric shutterbugs ilVIausJ Indeed they Will! CBIairJ 96 The photo squadron is ready to go up and take some picturesg their gear is checked, pilots briefed, weather studied while the giant Crusader waits on the catapult ! ' .i 7' ,, .,f -fi... V 4? x 1- - A ' ' -'-'-- "i"" " " L Inside the inside. CHOHO117 The way I figure it . . . Clvlausl We're about ready to go . . . Clvlarkl l. The Army gets the gravy but the Navy gets the beans... but not here...it's more like spareribs, fried chicken, tempting salads... Salad Bay. iPerrenoudi X x t 'H if Qs.. A .- '- 1:..':1:',, V. I , i's XJ" ,-.s f--- , . , , g 3 7.1, ,. , , V- v.,35..4. ...-. I B I, . ,is gy g P ' , -. L. -1.17-f' W I' Navy beanies chewing on the bone. Wogeneyi 98 Chow down in the after mess decks. CPerrenoudJ Boy, this sure looks good. Wogeneyl Chinese chow . . . barbecued spareribs. Wogeneyb Government inspected. fVogeneyJ , . , . , 1993 Qfflomlsn Sy PagU595',f9 fl? F9kQg,3lndr,329Fg3 F5133 Wsluflsi-31, lt is noon, ai 'tornin-g point of day. .Lunoh will revive "a l1kdlr.strenglheh.lhe crew, be it a loaded tray of steaming fried chicken emoyed. in' .the .company of one's fellow crew members, or a sandwlchg.unwrapped ,in the lonely ssilemje f . , , . sg , sy, , s p, , p., with is me f1"8UiQ'5F12 Wee? U1'Cil!Qfisdge,.1i?s.?s1'liYQ-giwsiih fHCiiV'iiY WG3FY!fFQlm'53 J I D O of' a,cockpit.rUsh'ingffhigh over the earth's sun-flattened surface: N,ow,watQhes' chan e work continues everwliere on':the 'shi 'res' onsibill'itiles''asre-.5relieX1eE1f aqndA a's,sumed,1S-orriewhere,FQRRESIAAL'sf1a'i'rora ftfare:Q,fQlyifr1gj'Q l engirmegsthrgjj The menu for lunch provokes mixed reactions. Nogeneyi A good time to relax with tasty food, and forget for a few minutes, the busy routine X For the wardroom. CPerrenoudJ Steak and eggs. iPerrenoudJ 102 The menu for today IS CPerenoudJ 14' When I grow up I want to be a juice pitcher hller lPerrehoudJ Nlealtlme In the C P O Mess CFeIkerJ As soon as we're out of sight of the ship, head for Paris! CVOQSDEYD VA-85 mechanics are haDDY The office crew IS busy too. Clvlausb in their jobs. Wogeneyl ping it But there's still work to be done: another launch, more planes to fly, the pageant of color and activity that fills the flight deck 4--' ..., - V . V . .... ., , , w- k? , When l count three, everybody pull. lWatkinsl The airdales must function on more than one level: above, on the flight deck the crew rigs the barrier, while below the inevitable repairs and adiustments are made l 106 Wonder if she'II take us back to Norfolk. lFeIkerJ -'f'1j2?:.-V-71? -z-4-:52f,a'-t1,?11e:':5 45- 71.52 111- - , 1 - -. 6 ' Where'd everybody go? CWatkinsJ Whistle while you work. Wogeneyl I got my job in the New York Times. lPerrenoudD P A- -vf--b-- --- - ------- H V..- .sh VA-81 prepares for launch. CPerrenoudJ E V if There was this travelling salesman, see . .. f I i I l 3 3 r I I l X r l r I 108 fvr vwnmw 0' r ' .. ' t7"7rf5fT?.'5'1'-u--259' 4' '-y.,.a,,.v-- ' 1 .' f' ' - ' ' I -F , Y HY3m5:3gka.1.a::'v:.:,1.p,.,a..,.. .... . ., . .Y 3-A V . . V -- '-'-- V """' ' 'M' "' ' f'---1':- A W V 'VA ,YU V 1 4 um. WM mv. PQF' v A VY V -............,.-.., '- A ,LJ- 5 Q i Ready ready room One after another, the birds are readied for flight: in the steaming roar of jet engine and catapult, sounding a distant thunder in foam-rubber protected ears An A4C awaits the signal. CBIairi EIEI1 Even when the planes are flying there's no time for rest: repairs ecessary for all types of equipment, from complicated electronic gear to sturdy boots VA-81 in flight Testing. . .testing lvogeneyl I think the wires are crossed! Wogeneyl ,4 fC1ffll19iRi?Y fisrvvbi ' ' 7' 1 .1.,,,'. -. ,--1'.: '..i...Ln- Ain't that pretty? CBIairD Not only machinery and equipment must function well: so, too, must the crew. Daily sick calls provide the trainecl eye and the facilities to detect, prevent and cure all types of sickness There's even a line to get sick. lPerrenoudl The shortest distance between two eyeballs . . . fPerrenoudl l Hurt? Why-that's not as bad as the mosquitoes back home! CPerrenoudl ' - Y Y V---f Y, -.-2 ,.. f-- --inf. YY X wf X I can see clear to the other side. Wogeneyj 3 Are you sure you have blood pressure? Cvogeneyb 7,,,,,.,.. HAWY N, ,. J, .1 , , .-..,-..-v.. , ' - 'W y?f' -4 M10 ,, fzaf ,. Q' 4 ,vwwvu' 1 WWWVQL L 4 ,.,f U,, ,W., f ff J m'fvfg jffwwmQgQ,? 3 ffgwwmgy JL 'f Q V ifffgiff 1' -2 ,' 7' f ' , ,aw . . ' Q , m Q wi? Q lk WQMMQZQ ,X yWwVfwW fb 'MWQWQZM 'Q, WWMMMML, Aq'ywwWw,4, I ,ff f " ZQ,'QY'f ,,, X X. f A 5 Z If M Z' 1 if !-r IL.- A VF-193 responds to a wave-off with a flaming roar from the afterburners. Do you think he's avoiding us? Under the watchful eyes of crew and cameras, the planes come home This program is being sponsored by the makers of . . . iPerrenoudJ ii5 Hey, fellas, I think we're going the wrong way. And then, Little Red Riding Hood said . . . iPerrenoudJ I know WS in here Somewhere cperrenoudp H6 To keep the planes flying to keep the ship moving to keep the crew happy, the supply divisions F"' must stock every conceivable item like some giant floating supermarket l lt's right here in the catalog. lPerrenoudl From Il th ld thes ppl tk p g g f ' i X Air Freight. fFelkerl Some things you can't stock aboard. So other ships bring it to you in that complex yet familiar evolution known as refueling l And then they drove the Golden Spike Ufelkerl ll8 l '- EI 6 f L I 5 K -A qs, . ., -YY ,,. -A., .. 1 V , -.-- . . , W ff Q Q wsng XNNQ-. For the man who can't brush after every meal The finishing touch. lPerrenoudl He bit me! lPerrenoudJ A Home to the ship come the giant planes: to the home where the individual needs of each man must be cared for with meticulous attention 121 Photo by Watkins i CAPT Geis, CDR Kenyon and I CAPT lVlehle dig in. ou got my name in there? lPerrenoudl S2 985 374.52! lPerrenoudl These needs can range from new dentures to a watermelon feast, staged on a hot afternoong to a man's pay correctly tabulated or top-flight emergency medical care waiting, should an accident occur That's the list to get on ...The Money List. lPerrenoudl 4'fff4g.,L- .. W' 15 www! 9 -mv, fra VV U if WW, ff-HW, ,, af 1 M1 A ,ff:,' gdf'fi,',f 492TJl-of, ' --.fx Photo by o Z , yy , in 544 4 N A md X M - xg N! 'W A A W Awww -Q -myg Aww Perfenoud , 1 " fa . f- . 0.5632 W W QWMW ff M M W Q mv: ff.-U, 4 , rg fff Q se "f if 57:1 V U4 7- Y W fb WMV? 151+-WZ? ,Q -Q ,..fQ,,: fy fw2,i7i,Q M1474 ,Q ,U gn 32 Qjffyff AW: , 'Lf 6-y i -f 451 - 1, H . W fwiffq , A 5462? X , Aw .f Al QM, 'a ,ff rv, SZ v 5 wi .I ' 1 1 w L gi ii E F , 5 .Q E 5 ' 2 , - , 1 -U' 2 -' ' , V ' Yw'- --. :- -' f " fr"- "lf -'- --, , --- , , ,- -- .- 1 -': 31 ., - - - -. -. '- V ' V -: --- V - 1w---1- g:w-f.1'-f- 4.1.11 -is :f::'2,.-:f-.:L.-gfazng-:-:4:.Lfv:-z:V.2f:1-i,-r 1-az:-f1'::1:.'a nw:-ff' f':r'1,ac'f f -if-'r-:':f.r-.'f +1 14 f- -..- f ' WAwiH ,fi ,, . , V , 1 ,,11..v.:.,. ,..,-. Q . ix . my , :X 1 Here she comes! fwatkinsl Big test tomorrow. KPerrenoudJ 126 -I " - .1- Ready issue room. lPerrenoudl P-il,-,ili Each plane that lifts from the deck or returns to it without incident, its mission successfully accomplished, is the product of the labor of thousands of men: men who were ready with spare parts, uniforms, a way with tools, a hot meal when needed. Looks like he got ice cream on his G suit. lPerrenoudl Have you made ten copies of that request? lPerrenoudJ Only 4500 men on this ship? To us it seems like millions. iPerrenoudJ lVlorn would love that. CPerrenoucll ..-- "N if ,X W G? X KW ' .QQ K, Tut L USS FORREST!-XL . . .dry cleaning plant as well as ship iPerrenoudl These darn things are tricky. lPerrenoudl Just a little off on top. iPerrenoudJ w Flight deckers with an excess of Sole, We take out creases and put new ones in. iRowIetti But men need haircuts, too, even when deployed at sea . .. haircuts and fresh-pressed uniforms, clean whites, new soles put on hard-used shoes. These things, too, a ship must provide. 129 u i 1 1 i I N W V 1 1 .J .,.-1 fa 5.4, .A , ' X ' -.-QJS... , My ,1 .f -Dy. .x:r '1 .asf cry: .' -1 . -gf: - :f::.::,.n.i1e 1a:::r:fgx :na-a:f:.:,,ff,: W.:-' ' -3111. J, 1- --f -ri? -' -5 rv.-' f .4:'r:fA:, 4 -- -'2r':, iw-.'-:'.r:-Lf'1.-T513-J:-3 x Y'-fi 3' " if 12 755-".':13','4 flfiH?1ia31'lTiff''-4E'3f":f5" if -?: 1 .f1.i5""'i'-i?'9,-f":4" ?'-? 57"-3,f1Q1:133.P "': 45- I-'E' f V- - ' 1 '. -"f':i"-.- 4:12151 4144.729 -'.1-511211:-1: ...Pg-:... M 1:...L . 1- A. . . ., . ,. , . , yo 1 c Y c -A-f -,:,---.1...f..,,,....- ...- 1 4 4-.vf 'Zu 4,35 ,.,4.,, 41 ,,,. vt... df ff f W' GE! s 41 an-iliffwf-"' There are all kinds of boats . . .those for liberty . . . lPerrenoudl .f ,eff j .ff I g l If and these fe' emergeney reeeuee- We learned to deal with them all. lPerrenoudl 132 FORRESTAL may be an aircraft carrier but she is primarily, a naval ship...we must be, then, sailors first and foremost and familiar with lines and knots and the handling of boats Four heads on the job. Gaiam The little white tassels are a new secret radar gear i a aa if , f,,ff,f Hg 'WN G , 4,,, fy n -, f -1 X . , X f .X f..1. X A ,, x . ,, ,f I H A And our practice in the drills and habits of sailors makes us able to execute replenishment in a boiling winter sea -' ' , --fl .. , ' 'fn-7. Yu 4 Replenishment is an orgy of things moved in cargo nets by highline, then passed from hand to hand, 5 down long, endless conveyor belts I i to fill the holds and reefers y far below 3 Guess this one'lI get broken. lPerrenoudl Here comes dinner. lPerrenoudl .aaalffvn A human Cham qperrenoudj Eggs by the hundreds of dozens courtesy of LeIVIars Iowa fPerrenoudJ Photo by Felker ss s 9 QQ32 N L-f1fJf1"' X' A D I . . . . . . , . 7 2 137 s :- - An F4H approaches for recovery. The recovery operation continues on the flight deck as one by one the jet-powered silver birds wing their way home 138 P' nd' He's down ,.-f 5""I x Q I 1 In comes the Tracer, huddling under its giant radar dome, as under an umbrella. CWatkinsJ I r An 8 X 10 Comes out of the SOUP- Don't tell anyone, but we printed Cleopatra. CVOSSUGVJ Q 140 r ,M 5 u With the recovery of the ship's aircraft, . reconnaissance material is available for the skilled interpretation of intelligence personnel The Air Intelligence office is busy ...interpreting photos taken by the photo squadron y ,vm A3D crew members head for ready room after recovery lPerrehoudJ lt's been a long day... Pilots, weary with strain, wrapped in silent exhaustion, climb from their planes. And for the flight deck crew, too, a numbness settles in, and they are content with coffee and minutes staring into empty space. 1 142 P The solitude of thought. Like husband-commuters on the 6:17- CPerrenoudJ A moment of contemplation . . . CPerrenoudD I I I II I I I 'I I I. I' I S S I I 1 I II -I I , I I I II I I mg x II I 4 III I, I In With her planes in, FORRESTAL cuts deeply through the sea, intact again i In the I and E office. iBIairi , Q" PIO compiles a Press Kit. Correspondence must be kept up to the minute. iBiairJ FORRESTAUS SHSWGV to Matt Dillon. iBlaiVi N or ra Of all the planesrecovered on FORRESTAL's flight deck none is greeted with the enthusiasm and anticipation received by the mail plane, here arriving from Naples 1 ssl f- The TV Camera Dh0'f08V3DhS the mail Plane 35 it arrives on bO3Vd- What comes down will also go up . . .carrying FORRESTAUS mail him JWWMMMMWMMA 4, Q WM-WW Ms E35 N 'V --- -,,w, Ai 7575- V i -A i I V . A-A V l l ,-ri -2 , il ' J Clerks sort outgoing mail Hey, this one's for me! lBlairl and place letters for the crew in appropriate boxes -f' fm, uf f' fn , X .H " M' M 'ff' 4' K. + MA" Gray ik 'Q . N' , HW fkfwf 4, 5 zu W I , VVLI, "VW " fi f ,,, 5,9 fgwfff L, f W - 4 1. 4 4. Wi! Z 534 , .1 ,, ,, 55545 fn' 1.14-Z ff 1 ff ff I 7 ,yff X 5 f, 2145? ffi'-V Q? ,,.,, ,,f,,,,,. 2,4 .. fifzm L- Z f fi QW Ar , W ,FQ A ,7fZ' 6" 1' FORRESTAL drops anchor and prepares for the ceremonies and pleasures of the afternoon 151 . f ,A I ,,W,,.X, , , 1 V ,,,,Y, 1 . lf. A' 'Q' 'fl . mv K- ,fwfr f , f,, f wyf 7, -1, .v ,, fa ,f wf , H , , , A 1 - w, ' ff Q, , ,,, N ,fl mg, ,M Q54 a uf' ,I 'M if , ,Q v,,,-if X , ,, I , M f ,V W , Y 'll , I wwf" fl My 1' ,J , M I ff, f , ,, f . 1 1 M, , I Mr 1 1 1 1 A , ,mf I f ff J ww ' 1' , .f,, nv, I I ,,,, M' X ,Ah , If f ph f f ,1- -9 . -. I W f ff. I ,4 ' ' z ,,,.4' 'Q 37,zf,4W,.,,M.-2 " MW , .td ,. ., ..,Nc-L:-,.--,-, ,fx-, fe- A, ., W V " 'Y ' V. 4 - ' 'Fit .f a V The sounds of afternoon: liberty call or the announcement of arriving guests. Afternoon is a time for visiting. The ship is at anchor, in a foreign port g ...diplomats, naval officers, military personnel wish to greet and see this V giant supercarrier, representing the United States. Sailors want to visit ports, g y to have some fun. So the liberty boats stream from the ship, and others ap- - A proach, bearing distinguished guests. lt is a time for clean whites, white I l gloves, polished sabres, medals clanking on a be-ribboned chest. lt is a time for sideboys and protocol and the raucous sound of the 1lVlC blaring liberty call, or announcing the arrival on board of some Very Important Person. 153 l l l ll il. l l l l l l l We receive our guests with ll honor and pride in our own appearance it and capabilities, extending them li the welcome of the ship, as if it were our home which, in the Med, it truly is. 5 Welcome aboard, Sir! T Vi 5 l ,7 'Q ll l 'l l w , l l l ADM Hogle . . . departing. l l l i. l' X j l 1 l l l l ' l l l l if RADlVl l-logle and RADIVI Hyland onthe flight deck- ll a lr Il l 4 l 5 l l ,F or M , V --A , -iff , , A helicopter, too, can bring top ranking guests. The Secretary of the Navy and the Assistant Secretary of the Navy join with VADIVI iVIacDonaId and RADIVI Hyland in honoring the colors -s...hAa4.aL 1 2 The President of Cyprus Many of our guests were high ranking military officersg others were beautiful girls or even famous movie stars RADIVI Hyland presides at the crowning of Miss Forrestal ri Wm ',,. .. e,1.' Vol-. --1-,5-t ' .abiziiizairfzslw -"-1-A--aa" , , - 1 - Y - " ' ' -E Captain Geis poses with lVliss Forrestal, Rhodes, Greece. Colonel Verghetta, Italian Army 157 A smiling Italian official And of course, Hugh O'Brien and friend -EWWX i, X Qu Q fm fl an . - U Guests of all levels are here to understand something of our way of life, both in FORRESTAL and in the country we represent LT Bush gets the thumbs up signal to fly the Naples Express. fF'errer1oudJ 160 If afternoon is a time for greeting guests, it must also be a time for saying goodbyes- some of these are a temporary, even casual wave to someone who will return. To others, it is a heartfelt farewe l. Chief Russ departing-after twenty years naval service. llvlausl Shadows are long, 'fthe afternoon sun liberty call sounds as FORRESTAL enters port It is afternoon. The work ofthe day has slowed, the ship is hushed. lt is the time of liberty call, perhaps the most anticipated event of the day. For here, in the lvlediterranean, ringing her shores, we found the diverse sounds and sights of the world's many cultures. Here were exotic Beirut, fascinating and dramatic, lively Naples, sharp, aggressive and tasty, romantic Paris, misty and lovely We climbed in Athens, stared in Pompeii, bicycled through Rhodes, and climbed lVlt. Etna. We watched the flamenco, danced the twist, drank , . . , ... 1, r--l. .....-.. J.l,.,. kllflnl HT nrvl- u:H-In r-In-For-lf1.4 an if 234 1 ' , qu A fi TL L '1 ix X if R N 1 X K 3 Glbraltar strength ofthe ages standing undisturbed through the centuries by the rushing flow of time the wearing ebb of tlde the lncessant comlngs and goings of conquering armies of men Nllghty she stands a tribute to the power possessed wlthln herself She IS less than a place yet curiously more certainly she IS not a coun try Yet this mere plle of rock In whose commanding helghts apes play IS not an absurdity nor a nonentlty Wlth her we share a role guardian of the Mediterranean Two mammoths strong with size and power sup ported by enduring tradltlons Photo by Watkins N ... , ' 4 1 . . . . I ,- 7 - 1 1 . , V 1 , - ' I V' ,, 7 . . N V ., , . 7 7 . ,l A, I I Z I I . , 5 , 1 A' -.4111 ., gOI'OU.Sl K, A 9'L 9 gm w Q zu - i 'P' 1 r'ff - hm ' - ' X., . A A 5 x ,m,+vs,,x:.'- -' A . I I rf A Q , kk V Q' H.. f 1 , N,"Q"'v 2 ,fm .W -,.,,Q',,, JW A.. N La , " L 5 gy ,L , ' 4 , !f- Y X ., . VEFYAQUB Fm? , . Q ly Sun . x . Y Y , iz w I - 1, ,jg ' ' f.....A wg 4 I z , A Eng 2, m f, 4. Z 1 Q - ,- , V Y , . -. ., .Viv--T---,-, ., .-,cb M-1-11:-.rm-ewerf-,- www ,--.:A:.-,,..,.. -.nf-f 'savwwag-1-.1-.3!-z:, 1-:L.:cg.:. :si1r.m.vnv5x'1x':r:Q-Avraacfmaia-vztxxs :Q-lf K::'p.c We learned the dialogue of comment allez-vous? How were these people of France, and who were they? And, too, they wanted to know about us. The day's catch. Wogeneyl That way is VVest's. llvlausl Bocci on the waterfront. lvogeneyl Ti'-i Oh, to be a boy scout . . . now that the Girl Scouts are here. llvlausl Like chipping paint, a never ending job. lFeIkerJ ' l69 , .M i 54:11, f as People to people . . .yeah . .. French sailor and four friends. lvogeneyl I , I L, I 'gre ' I I II 1 I I :I I II . I I I , I ,I I I . , . ,I I I ,I III I I I 1 fI I I 1 I II II I I I I 4 fl A I I I I III Il! I I II I II. ll I I I I I II I ,I 5 I I II I wo 5 I I I ff' YIIXI 'I I I1-.4-I Q, - . 1 , , ald- E' 1 X ' uf v, 53 W, Wi 'W 'S -,- . ! 'N m 5 '+- w.. .. f 3 ' 1 1 x n 1 y , pq- H... ,5,.x,., . Q. N X .f,.f,:-...,.,,-. Y , ,,.-.,, -H p..-L, . .,..: , . .A. . f- , ,-,,, :Jw . J ,V A,-.,,..f.,V .. Vw ' 4 A ,Z,,,.,,3..,. ,seff yeh , ,. ff f f 4 , A 4 , Z f f M JM' ., .f Wx I L, QOL fAf.,j f Vfff W f . f -fm wx .www w ff X if ,sf sf f , J 4! 47 f 2 7 X Q 1 WWKZ 51 if ,W , X? f ZX 'ff 4- 2 ff f fsf- i f ' - ffl f V Qi sy OWU f - J v"'s sua Mother was never like this 1 qwatkinsl And sometimes it was summer, delightfully bare, deeply browned, exuberant So Isald Rapunzel fHortonJ I didn t thmk It was that late' CPerrenoudD I always use Coppertone CCIarkJ 173 From Cannes, tours proceeded to Valberg in the French Alps F and Paris, showing us Fthree sides of France E Q T 4 .LEM , i if if f fi if gv 5 fil l' NX 1 l l 1 i L .l ll Suddenly, it was Christmasg the time of children everywhere. And we thought of our own without us at home and made these, who were here, laugh and sing. Q Say hi to all the folks in Sheboygan. llVlausl What a way to spend Christmas-on the lap of the USO, llvlausl I I e owe., donde rrrr Q N,--I . , R ' i i ii. 5 i I vi , 1 iii I 5 i 1 5 fi.. Sister...this is special Navy food. CBIair7 i There was this French girl, see . . . fMausJ Double date. CWatkinsJ A good time was had by all. Clvlausi 177 Cannes a shehered harbon a su : n4ouched chy NW 179 And who will ever forget Christine and Cathy . . . thanks to them from the men of FORRESTAL and SIXTH FLEET for everything Christine has done for them. ' .MMU 4 Encore for the Greco sisters, KNO, they're not Spanislml Wogeneyl 'Eu- . Y gf! No ma'am, it's really wood. lBlairJ My mama done told me . . . son . . . lMausJ l And this is how we celebrate Christmas in the Med with laughter and song and USO shows Your seams are crooked. lVogeneyl The USO gals share our carols. 181 I We saw Cannes by day... a sightseeing, souvenir hunting tour and by night something else again as mysterious and elusive as a cat, black, graceful, sensuous The cat's meow, Like I said, my mama done told me il-lortonl Next stop . . . Paris. S Hr Q r 5 f W E Valberg Ski Lodge Uohnsonb Z :xl sf, QA 'W fu f,5454 D-31 I f .3 f' f fly' 14, an 9132! X f A crisp panorama of hills and sky, snow and clouds High above the Riviera, tower the snow-clad French Alps The road up 185 I 2:-4 if ',l 5,14 X sff' 1 r , fl X , I 2 5, F . 1 , i . 4 . I 2 X 4 Y Q T Q , 3 4 K . . K l 1 1 x. E . A , I Y X. , .fx xl fig! , mi Z - --711' N The fleet is going out . . . Uohnsoni We Stroll the Waterfront- The Eiffel Tower has nothing on us. fifelkeri 187 ,... , .4 2 , ff . 1 I X , 5 X. 1 . 5 3 . 5 2 A P. 1 ML , X F-- 1 i i 1 1 1 I . i , i , .2 F Ps. , w rf' These French make everything so easy. CWoodrof'feJ We preferred the show on the beach. Cwatkihsl .AM , V- wen.-w , AM , I , XIQL Aww my 4 W, 'S he ,K We was rrrrr W.. I X ,dt ',,,,A,A X , V XA +A.,,.! , M 'Urs-' xx v"' "' Q "r ,Aka .L . we I 8 9 "QA , QM Zio 4 3 -A .1 I X I I s 4 3 1 ii V ,Q -sir f 1,1 ' V 69 'A ' ' ' -A ,, Z6 ' -,iyf'v. X W 63 Qwfw Sv 62 0 441, , - 9 'ff Q? 9, WAP, Z' 'I A h' Nw ,X ww Af- . , 'Zz if W4 ' ,- Z, V . ,Xm- Vf ww- f ww: W V, fsf ' ,f , , B 1 ,, V f 1" , vw . if 5 La Selne, wmdrng lazrly through the crty brrngs all of France to Parls, Its vegetables, Its peasants, Its great boats if Commanding symbol of a city. lPerrenoudl 'ntl '. la, -,.--.I The Seine, major artery of France's heart. Palais de Chaillot lPerreno,udJ 193 fPerrenoudJ 3 9 delicate blcssoms. in winter, a luscious aroma lPerrenoudl lf only it could have been April in Paris, when such delights as chestnut trees, broad boulevards and riverside hook stalls could work their mysterious enchantment... Somehow, in spite of the cold, they did, anyway. .s-..Y-.,- .. 1 , I X ls. . , ' I Boulevard Montparnasse lPerrenoudl Quai St. Michel lPerrenoudl Avenue des Champs Elysees... magic in the spring, but mighty cold for a winter stroll. lPerrenoudl Come up and see me sometime. CPerrenoudl tstt ' A Z Lrsten buddy dont fool around with me' CPerrenoudJ The Zoo de Vincennes In the midst of France, the Inhabitants of a more savage world 196 4 , . v -. ,f 1 w Q 1 mm 1 i i But Paris is more than misty illusiong her landmarks are immense historic and beautiful 2 if Door of the Virgin Mary, Notre Dame L'Arc de Triomphe Cathedral of Notre Dame on the Seine lPerrenoudi 5 eline: NAPLES a 'iv as fiery and losive as thew A fa , ,. - . - - . , , . , V - . - . ..K.- ,-. -M - . - -. ,- ..-,..- ' ' 1 ' ' ' . ' -r'-2 41. 'QQ' 'Til-G'-,9:'v-7' . , , V , ,, , -- w - .- 7-f..,,4,.U --- .nv ...w.:f:.z'-':,-,--S - up-A---Q -V41-:f : :3:1:"--ff: 2 '.--17 :uf3f-2:9 .::f--+11 5-55' Z-6 '-f '. -.- 71511 -S-1.1: ' '-.g,,:Q- ,- 'T-W: s? 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CPerrenoudD 205 endure the "Hey Joe" of the vendors CPerrenoudD , 5559 ,fe ,L fffwfsiwf Some resisted our advances. CPerrenoudJ Naples by night and by day. There were sights and ell . f --,f- . - --, -- .- 1- rqasggvsgprr- ' 'LL f---'auf alan aw. ' 1 " - -A -L7 , IN' ' ' Z ,Q ' I . 11 l 1 1 1 ! 1 1 S 1 4 Q 0 , 1 1 1 , A ., , .1 Q I 0 1 , . A f f X ff, A f . f- D f X ,- .mf 41-f 4 2 1, . '-.N I 1 1 Q 1 1 1 -... Brave policeman to face Neopolitan traffic. Fleet landing CPerrenoudJ Headin' forthe USO CPerrenoudJ 208 ' f'fffZfif77' ,.-ywqf, , fm,-Bfff fam 1 4,99 ,, 5 54564 ' f , 54 1 ,1 f T, '.yeq4f!m4g, f gg qs gy ' if fp ,Q y-,Mfg A '- If-' :Dwif-ff'7f2f'75f 7 I L.: my,-'w Xfgtff f M MMM, 4 37 1 52545 X"f""5 'M vc fff K 9. x 3 s I 6-wg,f5fy 'f fx ..,-xg ' ., 1 l K 07 V f , 4 g a if '7 . ,F --if-L'vv""" --- - M. . Xu .4 "" A ,. rv .,,, -, , Yfflii -2105390 F93 L .u V w I X f 1 ? 1 N 1 I 1 N P Beautiful Naples: lying on the crescent of the bay, shadowed by the snow-topped Vesuvius A . I, f ,, i w H L N ,KK ,Zan Umberto Galleria ...shopping in style. Naples has many facets: the lovely, the serene, the elegant, the prosaic... all true faces Only Coca-Cola gives you that refreshing new feeling. 213 . ...- l l E lt It was too real to be believed that this town, once a place where people llved and worked could have dred so suddenly And yet here rt was here too, the volcano that brought destruction 4 l . l I 45 I 1 il ' 'I 1 l ll i l l l l 1 l l Y l l Nfl ali lf 1 l lan ,A J 5 l 21 Zin LQ gl Wl l , A i 42. - ,-,J 'Y A A I f I 1 1 w R , 1 . I 1 1 u 1? ii ' ! , . 215 1 . S rw i ' MQ-4, " i .c - 4- a ' A3i 'ff0Q"f'. 4' ' f.,gnJ,. '., ' aw ,,: X MZ fi? ,Z ff!-Viz H "avg, wang f f 'mv' ,, 'V ,, -1,-'wwf if ,- ,, ' A ink, ff my. , f f 5 , 4-' sv Kfifbf V , fig' 4921? i Y , ,M Aq,a,h,,, E. . If K 71. I VN! 'R f 1 Vw? el 'n ' N f.,k7v'rZ' .3?'1,f9, gekzf, f , , . '.,ff,, -af ,fu we V-:Awww ji W 72, ?gnffgy2,,,. 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CWatkir1SD 219 ..,, if iii- The Colosseum and the Forum: reflecting Rome's barbarism and her intense love of justice and democracy - -- ilu.r - -Y-'ILM' J-,, fy VY,--Hera, -Y J- A--W Z Q Stained with the blood of glad- iators and Christian martyrs, the world's first great stadium stands. Wogeneyj The Roman Forum: seat of the ancient Senate. 223 ivogeneyi ,......,.. I , .AM x s Y 4 it fi 49 l Vatican City: St. Peterls Square, and the famed Basilica. Wogeneyl 4 ll I l f , Statue in museum at Villa Borghese Galleries. Wogeheyl L I , in The North Gate of the city, as viewed from the terraced gardens at Villa Borghese. Ps ll' 13.4 A1 , A -Y ---VV ---Vg --A ---- ,caan-f Rome has fountains of all kinds: several hundred of them throughout the city. Wogeneyl This one was discovered by Hollywood. A ,qV.,,,lf . 'W-it "' 'nigh-, "'Wf4 l l ""'7+L ' ' 1 3 1 gi .3 H I M 4 ! H 4 Pa 3 i ?J L, ,- 4. .if S545 5:42-11'-' 1-357 'f -. 5 L.. ,ima 4- .,Y.,L,. wg.:-x 4, The past is present: the mysteries of the ancient Catacombs, the rhythmic clatter of huge spoked wheels . .. Entrance to the Catacombs. Uohnsoni 2284 The clatter of horse and buggy draws a boy's wistful attention. Uohnsonl A miniature taxi and a mammoth cathedral, Cifelkeri 7 7 vi 115 7 1 PZ .71 , qt, 'j , u f w 7 W-Wkf , M1 1,7 V5 " ' ' ,any , 0 5, fn f an ff-f f, fy , .A Z , 43 f ,, A, . Z A ,, M ,W ., ,154 , Q Q Xb. 0 fo , 'W ' , M, , X 7 ' W-Zn , WW' R K. k 'f 2 my f " M 2 5 Qc? wx W2 ' f' f' mi 43 .f mf , -' . fi 'M . ml Q Q v , QW X Hyk. L 1. , 0,7 I M' 7., I 2 f f f .ff f , f X hy! f .W f0-7 2537 f A ? 5. f gif? Q ,Q A 4 -1 . 4 , f . TM A, ,W if Z Z' Q fx Q. I f f. f U, n f Q? 0 .fp 5 vw g: 7.4 . 110 xx XX ik 2 v .4 C X Z4 1' fzf A 2 ,f .... . , . ,Q 252314. ' " E f. , , .,,f I .df fg Wf, 41 5. W, , fag? ffif, 552, J 'N N. WH a .f f fi? fan Q af V K f Qs V f x ., ., 'ws ww J' wA.af 2 af Mfg! 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Etna, a towering volcano still activeg still threatening. The somber catacombs, far below the earth, chillingly dead. s.4:m-H" iiinf' -... , V V A-.o.q,,, x ' Q .X NH s - A his x I X if s vi , 2 L ,L 4. - ' ..- ' - 1 L X- ' w ' V we .r '-sm pf- i is Q. - , Q- . U ' K s A t-"WN 'V' f Q. . l . " L' X Q t ' s . V ' 5 f N-Tk-Vfgbi' A , A x - 0 -s..,.s . W . X. K . , L, .L X Y ts, f X, xx, -k-- 1 ,t N, t , K- f.xk,, ... V .- ' h " . ' ' I " . . . , . 2'-r ,, ' s r Q .. so , g - . .. X -+V 'X .. s' ..' -ff' K s -,K .-V ky, . ' K, 1 - ' --- I . .V s. NA , .. x - M M. t Q X Ns - ' .J-"fr ' s ' ' . ' x Smoke Nlaflboro . ..a man's cigarette. Uohnsonl Well, vvillya look at that! Uohnsonl 237 r I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I MII I I 2 I . . I I 'Ur , r . A Ornate monuments and fringed palms lent charm to this Sicilian city 2 " 'ii f 239 , e . "f'x'2ii?3k.Jx.'s!".:s:a-i- eieaxrf i ' '-' - ' ' 'T ' ' In the city and the countryside we found sights to enjoy new ways to learn and friendly people Z Everyone was friendly. iphotos by Perrenoudl Street sceneg A LH--r-, fig-f'f"'f,A1 Vi Mice:-.ze44L.. 4, .f, - V Beautiful Mondello Beach. KPerrenoudJ 5iCili-HH hillSidGS- CDSVOYGJ 5 ! 1 2 A s 3 M Q , 1 k . 2 fx. 1. ? , 5 5 4- 592.45 'X ,rf .1' J N1 .5 A 4 1 1 u fm' W . V . - . W Wg., 4 , -XLM ,mmm , . X X XX X3 XX N1 XX X X XFN N X X X u , A , ' -- --, f ,Y Lx,-,Lg .-,,.i,,'L , , Up comes the day's groceries. CPerrenoudJ A stately funeral carriage. CPerrenoudD W, .nvzfmmw-MM wmv., CDevoreJ CFelker7 fi xl. .3 fig, hh ' waz V dateline : G-ENOA ...bustling sea-port for Northern f f ffm ,V 4' lffwi.-aff 1 Rf' X' ' ' . . A W .X 5 , ,Q ,.Q,q.,5g an W fx, 5 5.1 -wx . K X, , we f 4a 7 I fy if fx f . v W 'WWF ,fi -f W x . , W Mg 0 -' wiht -V -f' f J ff 1: ' 1' A D X .wx E 'PX P 5W' x f - 9 x , f V ff Z VQTFT-NU , . ' any A My, 7 ff J ,h f V! 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If you gotta go . . .go in style. f ""',.r..- ' "" " - ' "J ' v-.V-f Y-,,...,L s,..,,g.,,.,,,.. A , ,k,, .. :Jr I-xy' JL, And what city hasn't got an arch? 3 N Fraqid V' 'Mi U.-4 ' - , -,ig ,f Just to the south Iles the serene Rapallo resort of the lovely ltallan Rlvlera it "' .1 4 ' Ag fix . ..,.,.,.W.WQ ,V 7 Wzfifflffickf 3 'g' ' 'Ii ffwfw f fa 32 Zfixv' M7 zf T: 1 Reflections of Rapal Io ,E f, K Backstreet church... Placid harbor fDevoreJ Y rv , , gpfgzz-fl T,-ff ,.,:f.f?f,..s-i::l ' Wg, : . 1214: ' - - ' A' 3 E v 4 I I I l f F E k We approached Athens with anticipation: we found much to see and do and buy At Delphi CPerrenoudi "'-4 x I I f 1 fv'f.,,,, 6 .,,.,,., g ' v-...1 M-.. Q , ww-an 2 2. 2, M , 1 x ' , 'K 'Jw R J, 2, A FORRESTAL "hits the beach." Clfelkerb There's always something for "Joe" to buy. lPerrenoudD V "T 5 , l .q,., Q h fail: ,. A-M-vuwgwx us: -,NN IFLJ A NV H: V . W Y H Y- M 257 h aaa ww- ww- ff-Y-'-fwfr'wemf:1rf1s'ff:f'fys-z-saws My L.: ,. Q-W ,Q fs .. 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V ,-V e ff., , ,VI 3..a'-Qltzfgxigz K 'S 3 sf R l ' .523-i,i Y XX.: ,N ,ff Wheels and windmills: the waterfront CPerrenoudJ , in as , i ,3Q'g,. t ififfkl. 279 in fii' - i X ff .Wa--W av 'QQ ff, gff Question: What makes a sailor's head swivel? lPerrenoudl A sunny street, removed from today. 280 'da- - 4 5-if ' H , ,,,, L-, ' 'Z 'j"', , QQ ,Q,Q',f" F We liked her quaint shops, the sailboats plying the peaceful harbor, the hidden beauties of her winding streets The inner harbor CVVatkinsl Shopping center lPerrenoudJ Mangan WGN Y wx? Some people just like animals lPerrenoudl " 1-"A 'Yi "' 1-han People to people Uohnsonl The Street of Knights lFelkerJ Relaxing on the beach, cycling in the city walking in the countryside we saw Rhodes Beautiful beaches... but fewer bikinis. 283 ,,1,4V,,.. ., ,A ,,-,-a.,.Y -,-- -is , Our home away from home. lCzamletl The local Good Humor man lPerrenoudl 1 Let's drag! lPerrenoudl 284 We were entertained in the USO American style, and by the highly costumed dancers of local origin XX? V u , W -. .K ,,.N..,-....-Q-am, A A ..,-.aswrffvf-rw, . This is how they do the twist in the "old country." CWatkinsi Levittown, Rhodes fPerrenoudJ Srghts, souvenrrs seahorses: some special scenes of Rhodes Where seahorses congregate CPerrenoudJ If "Joe" has any money left. KPerrenoudJ J, 2 ,. ,, 5 f ,f f Af 1, . 'f- ffifir-Agww ,rm f -fW"f"' "W 1" fa'f7E?'71'f:f'f'?gElfV"?if0' N' f J 4' f ow 'M , f . 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X ' , ' ' ,1 I ff A 1 , f ,' X , From the waterfront, the castle... fPerrenoud7 X" 1"'Ul Inside the old city. fPerrenoudJ ,Q 2 I , R iilisaz - 1 1 1--1 2 4 A Arches of all shapes reflect and frame the interesting views and streets of Rhodes The children were curious . . .and shy. lt's just to keep the rain off . . . lWatkinsl W, .xgsui x The Street of Knights lPerrenoudl 5 ' " "1 ff , ,. 'T wi' f,,,,-f-w-0" 6. , 1 .Y .gf ,Q , K F! 1 I i 5 1 1 , 'f ,ffm If I R ! P f i Ii.: , Mfg 03 'fx 'Zhi ' 1 .cfm 'wi a:,'.. i -.,,, ' Wd uiV'L-rfrfl .-: Q, 'JAV in , ,. ' wg I I I f. if-FY" f - 9 'A f, Af V ff i A , rf ,zk s, ' 1 r' M L' 5 .M 'H ,QW W' . WV hw Y ,,f,..w. vxwl ,,, . ,. Y . 4? X If 3 3 ig if 5 Q Girl with goats Bazaar. . . CPerrenoudJ Wanna buy a hat? iPerrenoudJ 'mm it ' I f ' 5 X Fun at the Sixth Fleet canteen. fPerren0udj Local hanggut Uohnsonj 292 3 " ,1:?:'2 1 'Uv"'A"' Y P- P -,fr--q -- - A f.. A ,, -- Nlinarets and modern lights CPerrenoudJ MWWWM Qw-"""" v,,w - . Byall dQd.s 5 the favor ite six1p11 F16 et p , o , , I -I . ' ' ' , ' Q ' Y 1 1 . ' UQ-z' H '7'Ba'rceI'ona:.'..the name evokes pleasurable vignettes: the wide and.-colorful-Ramblas.lg.theiiflower stands, alive with damp 'color before -the' city arises...romantic gaslit street lamps offering their 'faint illumination to the velvet dark night. Yet they crowds hurry in the streets, and do -not linger to admire. Langorous, true.. .but a busy city. Fountains sparkle in thesnight in giantwsprays of color, lighting picturesque squares. A plaintive guitarg accented by the staccato heels of a ruffled flamenco dancer. Vignettes, blending snloothly into warm memory ' . -.. s.,., ..---.Y ,-. , .. . -X -.- -- - - - -' ' "' ' ' W...--:-..,-Q.-,..k f-,..- ff- -- --'--rf, - ' sf' --' " -' " " ' ' ' ' ' ' ' f:5q51sq.-:Q-Lei:1:.5:?lf'2E-:-5'sisqi- 1, -5211 '--:Z-'f Q.: -.' -1 i -' , '. ii .. in -- I - -' ' f-7101" f'-2 5" Y 'f e . 1' 'Y - '- I rf, ? f l ' V 'ls '57 33 V' '. N. the most beautiful bartender in Barcelona A copy of the Santa lVlaria ties up. lPerrenoudl Marie... E 4 i 1 Barcelona has a little bit of everything: boats of all kinds in the harbor, impressive monuments and statues, beautiful buildings and...girls... of course, it has Columbus, too Calle de EscudelIers...the aroma of fried fish contrasts with the beat of flamenco. lPerrenoudl ,I MJ- f fl- A' V Y YA i ii ' 'ggi H' -17 f.-Av-: .gf..f, ,4,-., NNE 5W5n,T1"1 VT 'ei 3 Downtown .. . CFeIkerJ Pueblo Espanol ...a sort of provincial trade fair. fPerrenoudJ Hey, Columbus, you're pointing the Wrong way. CPerre-noudl Barcelona is more than Spanish dancers and soft guitars: it is a city, a place of pigeons and people, buildings, homes and churches They give traffic tickets here, too. lFelkerl Chowdown Peanuts from the FORRESTAL . . . lPerrenoudl The State Department Welker, ' -' "7: 11'--11,3 Templo del la Sagrada Familia lFelkerl dateline: LIVORNO We visited.the sites 0 orld.Wonders end., as men before ue, wondered fi E , 7 Hi, glad to meet you A monument, impressive and sobering Sixteen miles on the Erie Canal.. , ' i- N" -D ' ' .1-: Leghorn... a city oriented to the sea, with canals flowing through its heart fishermen as its people a busy harbor at its threshhold n,.,ga.or.a!. -s As g J- +92--f--se.i533-Hifi-7 303 n 4 i v. I L 5 lPerrenoudl 'W E 5 1 I Q ,'! Venlce revisited CFauIknerJ The beautiful skyline of Florence CPerrenoudJ I N 3 . 5 5, 5 w wx' K 1 .. 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M3,K:"" s i., -W ff we tv , V X . 1 J l K mv.: A A 2 R My I ., I Q' I f W3 M ,,,. wg, , ,. , ., Q:,,9w:wzn,?f N I A W H . Aix , , H, ,Vw m"'ig. ,fun fy'-A fr" N M X L My ...x 1 5 , 4 A ,, M 4320 x N -, wk ' ' 5'iQQg??a?1Q- .X -mx wt' ,AxVtNWX,, I x mt 1. "2!i'?.g.wQf 'N 'WM I O Q Q l I U f f fy? A world lit by moonlight f 77 ff f of f ff , , if, ' f y. f , Q' ff f f iff! f , , pw, haf, f'f 7 Y, f fff 1. Q ..,,,-.. as I 308 The leisure moments, precious and few Mt. 'Ulf l l ,.,z,.,..u- ,..-1-e-fyq.---w 'ff' il ff a fMWV , f W f ff ff' f X f .f K fff.4mN?Awk'VJ 94 7' Z I yn wnfqywwwu XXV J ,gi WWW W M 'K f ff f My Vdfbw, J Letters written, letters re read 'X S NN 14 4 ff I 5 , , t -L A ' ,?g3'f'2Liff- 5. :ff 5945 4 fl ' A . K . N .t 7,1 .M ' -- 1 wri- ' 0 ffrf-'-staffer Anytime's a time for sleep It IS almost hard to relax, yet necessary and wonderful 309 1.1.4-11-n,-1---. -vv ' " K -A N F-A--X Av -4 in AQA-A, ,1,...,- .1 The Executive Officer briefs his department heads on forthcoming operations CPerrenoudJ Station WFOR is on the air tivlausi 310 The evening news with Buddy Moore Uohnsoni Kill This is the way the day ends: men come together to plan or play Every game has its share of kibitzers CWatersJ 3 Q MAW,,,,f', I V I KL , 2 ,, .,,W,1, 1 ttf? ' fr, X, . M,,,a,..W..., 4. 0 v. xii W j 6 1, f n V iff - "J r r f ' . 7 L 1 ,.,, ,,ee , ,r No, it's my turn! tWatersD Of course, the cruisebook staff never stops . . . flvlausl l A Ping pong in Breezy Acres I-4 . . . Wlaus The FORRESTAL S answer to Lawrence Welk fvogeneyi Busman's holiday iIVIausJ As a self-contained city we must provide our own entertainment: bingo, movies, hobbies we find ways to fill the empty hours fl W' l E- in- A Win.: I V... F. K, V. Informally and in organized recreation our energies, abilities and physical strengths are tested and exercised in such ways do we spend the evening hours I , l ln Cannes a hard fought basketball game fBlairl The New Frontier hits the hangar deck ll-lessl A i 1 ' l I I , , l gl E . gl if' Sl, - ' gl ' i I Q53 51 ii' i :I I v. E . g 3l 'X if . ! 5 all , Q?-xx ! fs x, ' ' 1' Y 25" ' '--- Y 1 ' A I M I V ' ,, i L i i The FORRESTAL Five triumphs over France... The Boxing team in Rhodes The 1962 Softball Team 1. T E. I k, r F -if V 1 5 2 r 5. 16' -4 fa 353533 . ., 2524, ,WJ 1' 'fl 5756 1 .P . R 1 w I . 4 1 4 ,R ,-i E ,E 'I .W Ln :1,x 3 w 5 i 3 5 i fi -1 - TJ 1 TQ :wg Nz. ii fi T5 6 I I X nf Q: sw.. r,. fd W R i 1 i w i l i i 5 i 5 4 v v 1 1 yw -as 9' .- oy pw- Wh 'Ni f f W 5 W 24 f,: 4'- 1 'Gb M -3 . 1 7 , . 1745... ., , , , hx! mf , 7. X .. k , 1.-Q' if xx x Q X 1 'v X REAR ADMIRAL REYNOLD D. HOGLE Commander Carrier Division Four 25 September 1961-8 November 1962 1 i 22 CAPTAIN ROGER W. MEHLE Chief-of-Staff 1 December 1962 - ' ,. 1- , .. -. 1, gg,-g1',,,3,,3Z.-,,,:1,.x,,:.-g-11.41.4 4 -A N 2 -A - 44 1 1- W ---'V -- ' A-lf' 1 L1-f - -. WW VW f, mlm -i?1F1ALu- fm Q ff ,I ,. ffw f Qyffr CAPTAIN VALDEMAR GREENE LAMBERT Chief-of-Staff 1 December 1962 -1,4-11-u-1 REAR ADMIRAL JOHN JOSEPH HYLAND, JR. Commander Carrier Division Four 8 November 1962 CAPTAIN LAWRENCE R. GEIS COIVIIVIANDING OFFICER 324 'QIHQIIIIUUF-HQll"1 COMMANDER JACK S. KENYON EXECUTIVE OFFICER 325 COMMANDER CARRIER DIVISION FOUR Bottom Row, Ito r: LCDR Eckert, G. J,, CDR Huxford, R. W., CDR Dooley, J., CDR Hathe- way, V. J., CAPT. Lambert, V. G., Rear Admiral Hyland, J. J., CAPT. Clarke, R. A., DR Hartzler, A. J., CDR Catha, W. H., CDR Winslow, G. H., LCDR Gildow, W. E. Top Row: ENS Berentson, J. F., LTJG Ennis, L. G., LT Morris, J. M., LCDR Myers, C. E., LCDR Hubbard, S. W. Jr., LCDR Hill, L. W., LCDR Hahnert, W. F., LCDR Brown, C. H., LCDR Hawkins, R. M., LT Soriano, J. R., LTJG Dimolios, C. C., LTJG Magielnicki, R., ENS Mitchell, R. J. Jr. FLAG Bottom Row, I to r: Toner, T. P., Peters, l.T., Ingram, J. E., Gallagher, J. F., Lebo, J. D., Corcoran, R. T., Bowman, R. S., Hores, R. G., Scott, H. Middle Row: Bauer, R. L., Smith, J. H., Bragg, D. L., Russell, R. B., Poorman, K. R., Kemp, R. R., Pryor, J. A., Caldon, J. W., Johnston, J. Top Row: For- noles, V. D., Carino, E. A., Sowers, H. D., Hicks, G. E., Edmisten, R. C., Lane, L. A., Dela Rosa, R. L., Salazar, J. M. FLAG Bottom Row, I to r: LCDR Eckert, G. J., CDR Huxford, R. W., CDR Dooley, J., CDR Hathe- way, V. J., CAPT Eckert, V. G., RADM Hyland, J. J., CAPT Clarke, R. A., Dr. Hartz- ler, A. J., CDR Catha, W. H., CDR Winslow, G. H., LCDR Gildow, W. E. Second Row: ENS Berentson, J. F., LTJG Ennis, L. G., LT Morris, J. M., LCDR Myers, C. E., LCDR Hubbard, S. W. Jr., LCDR Hill, L. W., LCDR Hahnert, W. F., LCDR Brown, C. H., LCDR Hawk:-ns, R. M., LT Soriano, J. R., LTJG Dimolios, C. C., LTJG Magielnicki, R., ENS Mitchell, R. J. Jr. 2 mv--Ami jggl 'ig A Y 4- .J . L., QQ-. it I, A FLAG Bottom Row, I to r: Begin, P. J., Olmsted, J. M. Jr., Ross, J. N. Second Row: Dorough, J. D., Legaspi, R. L., Smith, R. W., Kulik, W. F. Sr., Dworsak, J. J. Third Row: Moore, M. N., Persinger, N. L., Case, J. G., Sipe, P. L., Overgard, J., Eubanks, W. E., Grims- ley, J. L., Barbon, E. P. Top Row: Treaster, L. A., Cruz, R. A., Bergstrom, S. P., Dela Sierra, M. A., Hicks, R. R., Parker, H. J. 7 CDR J. S. KENYON Executive Officer X DIVISION First Row, I to r, starting from bottom of photograph: Scanlon, P. M., Long, D. H., LTJG Nagy, J. F., LTJG Williams, C. W., Fitzhugh, N. R., Husted, G. L. Second Row: Hutchinson, W. A., Frazier, H. B., Souther, L. R., Carignan, R. M., Keeton, R. T., Meade, D. R., Signore, R. D. Third Row: Frazier, D. W., Hensey, T. B., Johnson, J. L., Curran, D. J., Roscoe, P. J. X DIVISION First Row, I to r, starting from bottom of photograph: Randle, D. L., Tate, J. Jr., Batten, L. A., LTJG Nagy, J. F., Woodburn, E. C.,' Teaney, C. A., Cowan, A. W., Dafoe, M. W. Second Row: Harmel, R. J., Hall, J. W. Jr., Graves, C. L., Weber, A. J., Turner, B. L., Wicks, L. G., Reese, J. R., Kelly, W. F. Third Row: Pope, G. E., Allemand, R. J., Geisler, E. J., Veatch, J. D., Wolford, R. M. Missing from photo: Anderson, R. P. CDR J. J. 0'NElLL Catholic Chaplain X DIVISION First Row, I to r, starting from bottom of photograph: Caldwell, R. S., Lyons, J. D., CDR O'NeilI, J. J., CDR Caughey, D. R., Williamson, F. H., Ferguson, E. L., Pea- cock, M. L. Second Row: McDowell, K. R., Hellbusch, G., Thomas, C. R., Simons, G. M., Wig, L. C., Williams, J. D., Kirby, G. F. Third Row: Dybowski, R. T., Barnes, D. R., Thomas, W. L., Cobb, J. L. Missing from photograph: Labarck, R. E., Cole, B. L. CHAPLAIN D. R. CAUGHEY Protestant Chaplain X DIVISION First Row, I to r, starting from bottom of photograph: Henry, R. F. Jr., Howsare, A. K., Keer, R. H., Lee, R. E., LTJG Burgeson, P. R., LTJG West, R. W., Thies, R. H., Am- brose, M. A. Jr., Lagiovane, R. F., Johnson, R. A. Second Row: Evans, R. A., Reilly, J. J., Alexander, J. J., Harris, H. F. Jr., Waters, C. K., Sterner, A. B., Thorn, J. A., Hysinger, R. W. Third Row: Wilkey, J. F., Scully, W. J., Roy, M. L., ENS Williams, C. W., Salvato, F. P.. Nolta, F. A., Hales, H. S. Missing from photograph: Mattaliano, G. M., Didio, S., Moore, R. E. X5 X! 5 XMAA Second Row, I to r: Rowlett, L. C., Hooker, E. W., Costello, J. F., St. John, B. S., Law- son, R. E. Third Row: Steadman, D., Mc- Auley, J., Motes, R. W., Robertson, J. A. , 328 R 5 Q 1 'ar ax lin.. ei- f 1 T115 XIII. XMAA Second Row, I to r: Stuchell, T. D., Buck F. E., Blay, J., De Shazor, G., Broug- ham, R. J. Third Row: Morrissey, W. B. Hawley, W. F., Curlo, E. E., Bouchard, E. H 29 CDR W. B. BARROW Operations Officer OA DIVISION First Row, I to r, starting from bottom of photograph: Meggett, T. M., Heckman, L. J., Phippen, H. C., Casper, K. J., Hartman, L. G., Townsend, A. W., Amato, F. S. Second Row: Rowey, L. J., Atkinson, R. W., Eaddy, D. L., West, B. H., Rigsby, E. R., Repella, S. Iwi, Schornstheimer, W. O., LCDR Roland, OC DIVISION First Row, I to r, starting from bottom of photograph: Le Force, H. C., Stoner, E. J., ENS Conery, D. L., LT Walac, C. W., LCDR Lake, C. M., CDR Cooke, E. M. Jr., LT Weav- er, J. J., Cahoone, M. D., Hosterman, D. W., Wysk, W. Second Row: Johns, C. W., Foster, J. R., Butterfield, W. E., Little, R. G., Sim- mons, J. A., Butler, W. R. Jr., Glosto, T. M., Chunningham, H. J.', Kerr, D. L., Latino, C. A., West, L. C. Third Row: Neu, L. D., Kershaw, C., McCabe, G. A., Horsley, J. L., Kreamer, T. N., Little, J. B., Weidman, R. L., Kirkland, C. E., Williams, D. D., Chamberlin, P. L., Osmer, R. H. - OE DIVISION First Row, I to r, starting from bottom of photograph: Hobson, G. L., Spangler, B. R., Weber, D. K., Colley, W. B., DiLazzaro, A., Chapman, H. R., Scales, J. R., Covington, J. P. Second Row: Takkunen, E. R., Gorm- ley, J. R., Clark, A. D., Stockton, F. H., LT Melonson, G. G., LT Knight, W. E., LTJG Bland, C. W., Ake, R.W., Smith, W.A., Saari, G. A., Reed, F. L. Third Row: Ackworth, R. E., Wheeler, H. J., Whitaneis, R. M., Zeien, N. G., Mignone, J. R., Tudor, D. L., Felver, C. E., Burlingame, P. D., Moore, S. P., Zengerle, P. N., Kasper, F. H., Hoczak, J. J. Fourth Row: Lumley, J. F., Mayfield, R. H., Narburgh, L. S., Maze, R. B., Bednarz, G. J., O'Brien, J. F., Kovak, W. J., Towner, R. S., Zuehl, G. M., Borocci, C. P., Yanik, A. S. Missing: Alfano, J., Bilyeu, J. C., Bogigian, R. P., Eichorn, B. F., Mullis, S. L., Murray, W. C., Neely, R. E., Reathaford, W. M. Ol DIVISION First Row, l to r, starting from bottom of picture: Brownson, J. E., Seager, D. A., Scarlett, E. A., Hawley, J. O., LT Man- heimer, LT McCreary, R. E., Craft, E. H., Knell, D. L., Lucas, E. J. Second Row: Eichenberg, P. E., Mains, J. A., Herbert, F. B., Malkowski, D. J., Little, G. S., Regner, D. E., Newman, R. C. Third Row: Miller, S. W., Baum, P. W., Wiseman, M. R., Smith, J. D., Greenlese, J. W., Nolan, B. N., Stan- ley, W. M. OI DIVISION First Row, .I to r, starting from bottom of picture: Briggs, J. A., Kar1tner,A. L., Biffle, J. R., Baker, J. D., Harper, R. R., Orcurto, D. C., Flick, R. L. Second Row: Fowler, D. G., Huff, R.. L., Marquardt, V. H., Brown, R. H., Fishwick, R. W. Jr., Karow, D. E., Hiller, H. R. Third Row: Holland, C. J., Hall, R.. L., Baker, W. G., Mulvey, W. J., Komornik, J. F., Sneed, E. M., Palazzotto, V. F., Burchell, H. L. ?2.??3KCY -var TUPSKEY Y Le .3 2 -Mi f- va.- Q V ,Al .f,. V . MQ, W ,Q ,M f n QM 'Z VJ. AIR INTELLIGENCE OFFICE First Row, l to r, starting from bottom of picture: Dubuque, D. R., LTJG Minnick, T. A., Andersen, D. K. Second Row: Cronce, A. M. Jr., Brady, J. P., Gladin, G. S., Hen- son, J. E., Fay, M. Not in picture: LCDR Browne, H. M., O'Rourke, J. I., Kelley, M. P. OPERATIONS OFFICE First Row, I to r, starting from bottom of picture: Benton, S. W., Craig, E., Dow, D. F Barker S. W. Second Row: Cannon, J. A Fitzgerald, D. P., Musolf-f, D. R., Cummins R. J. Hall K. H., Shroyer, D. G., Pompeo TRANSPORTATION Front Row, I to r: Malott, W. L. Klnman, R. G. Tibbets, I. G., ENS Tipton, S. R. .lr Miller A. R. McCormick, G. B. Keebler x E. W. Collins A. F. Flower, J Marran F. D. Anderson, B. J., Warner, J. E. White G. W., Adkisson, J. D 'Y I . 'Y R. A.' ' ' Y Y 'Y C. S. 'Back Row: Meyer, D. A., Alford, A.: Fo , , , , . E., Y 1 Y I ' CDR F. D. BOWDEY Gunnery Officer FIRST DIVISION First Row, l to r, starting from bottom of photograph: Bersche, G. J., Root, G. R., Blakely, C. R., Robertson, J. T., LTJG Swavely, D. L., Akers, G. O., Reavis, B. F., Johnson, W. T., Miller, R. G. Second Row: Smith, W. C., Van-Liere, G. A., Panter- muehl, C. R., Goodman, V. N., Budesheim, R. L., Gordon, C. A., Abbott, R. M., Burton, E. W. Third Row: Strout, P. R., McClellan, T., Kottler, L. M., Burke, J. S., Provost, C. A., Hiller, E. D., Lortie, R. H., Garcia, H. R. FIRST DIVISION First Row, I to r, starting from bottom of photograph: Pinnon, L. W., Carroll, W. D., Whan, L. W., Bianco, M. F., Hudson, S., Curtin, D. J., Donigan, G. L., Dick, A. S., Dubay, J. R., Miller, T., Price, G. E. Jr., Caldwell, J. L. Second Row: Voiro, V. P., McLaf'ferty, W. R., Robeson, W. J., Franklin, L. E., Davis, B. L., Macklem, C. W., Jans, G. G., Arnold, M. M., Garber, J. E. Jr. Third Row: Lenhardt, M. J., Stack, A. W., Kirby, G. F., Spears, C. E., Ludlam, P., Rainey, W. L., Saunders, E. E., Burdsall, T. P., Martin, D. B. vw: .xx ws R FIRST DIVISION Bottom Row, l to r: Wagner, R. F., Raine, C. F., Vetor, J. L., Bochniak, M., Yoder, R. E., Smith, R. S., Terdik, G., Randall, R. V., Kill, J. L., Monroe, J. R., Miller, A. T. Top Row: Banks, J. K., Swan, D. A., Laskow- ski, P. M., Minichino, W. T., Rodier, S. J., Samolovitch, F. J., Robeson, W. J., lsen- hart, D. R., Wyatt, K. R. Absent from all pictures: Morris, I., Bodnar, M., and Harrel- son, J. S. 2 nm, ,,"--.:,j. 'Y' 37. , -. ' , .g,i.- - -K . 4,12 G.. ...44 ,-,-1..ff..f-, 3. if-.-.L JF--- E.: 'N , ,,,,, , .mym- SECOND DIVISION First Row, l to r, starting from bottom of picture: Saberg, H. H., Connor, D. T., Pom- eroy, A. E., Withee, R. H. Second Row: Van- court, A. C., McGrew, E. W., Hull, A. S., Martel, R. E., Brown, L. H., Britt, E. L., Randall, W. E., Watterton, R. W., Grimm, D. C., Sedlow, F. L. Third Row: Freeman, M. C., Nickolay, J. H., Martinez, T. H., Lewandoski, A. F., Cobler, J. W., Eckart, H. L., Reynolds, W. R., Bessinger, P. D., Rush, C. D., Hickethier, K. O. Fourth Row: Noles, R. D., Pierce, J. E., Stephens, K. J., Brzezinski, F. A., King, B. F., Lowe, R. L., lgvhgneck, M. L., Banks, L. R., Middleton, SECOND DIVISION First Row, I to r, starting from bottom of picture: Wilhelm, T. G., Waldron, T. W., Murphy, R. E., Zanes, J. A., Warren, R. T., ENS Kovacs, J. R., Sams, E. B., Nutting, D. W., Hanna, J. G., Gross, R. A., Arpin, R. C. Second Row: Yantzer, R. A., Lepkow- ski, R. A., Michie, J. F., Felmey, D. F., Sudol, L. A., Diamico, C. J., Turner, P., Davis, J. M., Wenger, K. E., Laffond, R. D., Meabon, G. E. Third Row: Warnock, J. W., Gunther, C. M., Wassel, P. C., Bellomey, D. F., Lyster, S. W., Kuhner, R. J., Moore, A. L., Cowland, R. G., O'Donnell, R. L., Carson, J. H., Harrison, J. W. SIDECLEANERS Front Row, l to r: Pfeiffer, W. H., Moore, B. L., Thrasher, S. M., Raine, C. F., Schultz, H. T., Lovic, R. W., Randall, R. V., Ferguson, J. P., Monroe, J. R., Kill, J. L. Back Row: Cousins, J. H., Vetor, J. L., King, D. B., Wyatt, K. R., Borror, R. C., Singleton, J. A., Leonard, A. M., Buntain, D. J., Robeson, W. J., Finn, M. J., lsenhart, D. R., Disaro, J., Lucas, R. G., Wainscott, H. G. -WV ,I .L .L , THIRD DIVISION First Row, I to r, starting from bottom of photograph: Asper, G. P., Derringer, W. C., West, H. R., Barker, D. QD., ENS REBER, S. P., Jordan, H. R., Bartmck, W. L., Wood, V. E., Schwartz, D. R. Second Row: Rose, C. T., Karchinski, E. J., Baker, G. P., Ander- son, G. Nl., Unruh, H. P., Frommer, L. C., Carter, D. E., Kilgore, J. D.,-Mills, E. E. Third Row: Coburn, B. F., Robinson, Nl. S., Giglio, A., Brown, H. E., Keown, H., River- nider, W. L., Hancock, J. D., Fisher, W. J., Gray, D. R., Bell, K. E., Sebest, J. E. THIRD DIVISION First Row, I to r, starting from bottom of photograph: McDonald, G. E., Heuring, W. D., Severson, D. D., Smolen, A. Second Row: Ackley, N. A., North, R. L., Krahling, J. G., Chandler, S. J., Johnson, E. L., ENS Ragan, S. P., Jordan, H. R., Keep, R. L., Allen, B., McCormick, C. P., Hood, W. L. Third Row: Williams, J. B., Oakley, C. C., Ringwald, P. F., Brooks, C. E., Courtney, L. G., Smith, R. L., Hallman, L. L., Dunn, L. W., Soullire, W. W., Fiore, G. Fourth Row: Olson, D. L., Feidak, R. D., Fellers, R. R., Lutz, R. G., Bradford, K. C., Vance, P. T., Bisho R W Streeter E R Trobia S. J. pl ' 'I 1 ' 'l I I Jacobs, A. T. FOURTH DIVISION First Row, I to r, starting from top of photo- graph: Swanson, W. E., Figaro, T. W., Painter, D. S., Cook, D. A., Whitlock, J. D., Dauria, A. Thompson, J. B., Tuchek, A. Nl., Hartz, W. T., Lewis, A. R. Second Row: Fortin, D. J., Benes, A. C., lVlayer, T. J., Strickland, J. F., Clarke, R. A., Baer, L. H., Hensley, S. D., White, K. E., lVlurphy, J. P., Puopolo, T. J. Third Row: Osienski, D. L., Cradic, F. W., Albert, J. A., Turner, A. H., ENS Corkern, Snyder, T. F., Phillips, Z. A., Tankersley, B., Clemmons, R. Not shown on photograph: Wilson, J. W., Kaminski, R. H., Lloyd, W. L., Fronius, G. A., Andrus, W.J. Russell J. D. Harrison A. L. Jones, H. Lf, Gordon, G. J., Athey,'C. 0.2 scott D. D., Smoke, J. V., Swanson, W. E., Lang: don, R. S., Weeks, P. F., Sones, J. lVl. Wyman, W. E., Campbell, J. J., Jones, C. L.: Horton, W. H., Colihan, T. J. , . - - -sa. - - f . ' H? -X ','.g.f.g-axfzg 1'-Q,.Pi1'siTQ -4-5' lj-,ga ',-,,g:f,-.A FOURTH DIVISION First Row, Ito r, starting from top of photo- graph: Lynn, W. A., Nadolski, W. R., Dean, J. M. P., Burton, J. P., Ditmeyer, R. E., Fandino, C. W., Kitts, J. D., Baldit, G., Snyder, D. A., Foreback, R. D. Second Row: Slade, D. W., Haslett, B. H., Pendergraft, Clemons, S., Chalifoux, R. J., Anderson, W. H., Hawthorne, R. C., Anderson, R. A., Hallmon, J. K., Wilson, E. C. Third Row: Cullison, G. T., Winmill, W. H., Andrews, J. G., ENS Nanfeldt, Harper, J. l., Dale, C. J., Bunker, S., Cadwell, W. S., Huling. FIFTH DIVISION First Row, I to r, starting. from bottom of photograph: Wiseman, D., Roelke, D., Pierce, F., Kruse, J., LTJG Drawz, K. E., Hamilton, O. R., Mayhew, R., Meynardie, B., Roberts, K., Partin, J. Second Row: Watkins, S., Newman, S., Heineman, J., Rhodes, T., Marsh, S., Gillispie, C., DiPaula, R., Breen, R., Greene, E., Lloyd, T., Shutt, R. MARINE DETACHMENT First Row, I to r, starting from bottom of picture: Hoar, C. M., Megela, J. E., Shutica, R. C., Hunter, R. S., Hulak, J. J., Buell, K. L., Strunk, T. R., Shoenfelt, D. W., Traynor, D., Spiers, R. C. Second Row: Stolmayer, R., Wetzel, R. L., Gendics, L. W., Cooper, F. G., Guy, D. H., Clark, D. H., Legge, J. B., Len- non, F., Johnson, M. B., Soethe, D. A., Beiger, R. E. Third Row: Little, W. B., Taylor, J. A., Kirk, F. A., Towne, D. L., Richardson, J. R., Hunter, C. E., Courtenay, D. M., Turner, A. B., Miller, K. L., Collins, M. R., Andrews, P. D., Bonosky, J. P., Burke, F., Peyton, M. R., Penic, O., Davis, F. M., Lugo, A. A., Franklin, P. D., Pittman, A. E. Fourth Row: Wynn, W. D., Streeter, J. C., Jorgensen, W. D., Crawford, C. E., Rockhill, l. S., Vacheresse, J. F., Kitts, L. D., Lowery, D. W., Kretovic, L. J., Callihan, W. M., Howell, J. E., Wolski, E. J., Exkorn, F. E., Maxwell, J. J. Personnel absent from picture: Bell, J. R., Sherman, L. D., Wun- schel, R. J. FOX DIVISION First Row, I to r, starting from bottom of photograph: Martin, G. D., Hicks, C. L., Johnson, K. A., Dick, J. J., Dyer, K. E., Jones, W. A., Brough, D. B. Second Row: Newmeyer, G. C., Bredow, E., Walther,.P. E., Cooper, L. J., Gates G. T., ENS Houmlel, F. R., LTJG Henrizi, J. T., Harter, R. V., Haverly, W. E., Safara, F. C., Love, A. S. Third Row: Mann, J. F., Torrence, R., Cham- bers, R. G., Phillips, D. A., Williams, M. B. T., Marsh, R. C., Lee, M. J. Jr., Hocken- berry, W. R., Bladek, M. A., O'Neill, P. D., Clobridge, R. E. Fourth Row: Lugering, R. J., Ditmeyer, N. A., Babington, W. E., Mertes, G. J., Reed, T. W., Cates, E. H. Jr., Rericha, D. M., Besancon, D. J., Held, T. A., Mallard, F. D., Bianco, V. Men Missing: Dansereau, F. A., Hickey, H. H., Jessen, J. R., Olson, R. M. G DIVISION First Row, l to r, starting from bottom of photograph: Berg, N. W., Wilisch, K. C., Walter, G. O., Jacobson, C. W., Harrington, E. R., Willson, H. T., Salerno, L. B., May- hugh, G. W., Bradley, R. L. Second Row: Moan, R. C., Null, C. R., Holmes, J. P., Trekas, L. A., Greenwell, J. W., Myers, J. D., Briggs, T. S., Johnson, J., Sawchuk, S., Hogue, J. C. Not shown in picture: Burnett, D. D., Douglas, O. K., Flowers, J. E., Honaker, W. D., Hoting, W. J., Hughes, M. P., Jones, J. K., McChesney, M. G., Wil- liams, J. R. G DIVISION First Row, I to r, starting from bottom of photograph: Kraft, L. E., Rindels, D. J., Mull, W. F., Lewis, J. R., Dugger, K. N., LTJG Bashaw, L. W., Fluke, P. W., Askew, W. A., Bear, W. F., Manton, D. J., Johnson, G. M., Wilfong, G. E. Second Row: Reagan, R. J., Richardson, J. H., Sacharov, R. P., Ewing, T. J., Miles, C. E., Mackey, J. W., Walli, C. G., Taylor, R. T., Smith, T., Peluso, A. P., Gallant, J. H. Jr., Ewing, J. R. Not shown in picture: Gibson, J. Jr., Spell, J. H., Jackson, T. P., Magill, M. A., Williams, A. N., Bren- nen, R. G., Warcl, R. L., Stringham, M. Ling "'7 2l2'EFG G DIVISION First Row, I to r, starting from bottom of photograph: Sullivan, J. R., Morris, H. K., Hanson, N. O., Jeffries, N. O., LCDR Orrik, F. J., Cantrell, R. O., Baker, J. E., Johnston, R. D., Stute, H. W. Jr. Second Row: Han- over, L. E., Pfaff, S. G., Pike, S. S., Rud, C. J., Simpson, J. L., Welty, L. D., Knuchel, F. F., Brewer, A. M., Tooker, D. B. Third Row: Toler, E. D., Holzmacher, A. W., Hunter, R., Hutchinson, H., Huxhold, D. E., Danielski, R. A., Grobelny, R. G., Deal, C. D., Stewart, L. N., Lane, J. E. G DIVISION First Row, I to r, starting from bottom of photograph: Kosman, W. F., James, H. G. Jr., Elliott, B. W., Bray, C. E., LTJG Davis, O. B., Long, R. G., Ashley, G. E., Gill, J. R., Johnson, H., McDonald, T. F., Peel, D. W. Second Row: Young, J. C., Gottshall, D. T., Moses, R. L., Fantaroni, R. D., Jones, J. P. lll, Cornell, F. D., Ziegler, T. E., Mclntosh, C. R., Newland, M. L., Robertson, B. E. Third Row: Barnes, G., Scisney, H. E., Holo- man, S. E., Hoover, J. M. Not shown in picture: Dean, D. A., Kleinjan, F. P. GM DIVISION First Row, I to r: Trudeau, D. E., McGaha, W. D., Kidd, B., Gravitt, S. O., ENS Mc- Dowell, W. M., LTJG Robertson, D. A., Matzek, E. C., Taylor, M. L., Southwick, J. A., Sutter, S. F. Second Row: Andrews, F. B., McCann, O. J., Frangello, W. E., Denette, R. E., Turner, L. D., Robbins, J. G., Cowan, G. N., Edwards, H. L., Cappiello, L. J., Charles, G. M., Toms, M. D., Speiden, C. F., McVay, H. J. C. Third Row: Rau, J. N., DesJardin, G. F., Vallon, J. C., Serdynski, S. D., Vollenweider, M. A., Holeczy, W. D., Keith, T. H., Naughton, D. M., Reger, G. F., Henry, D. G., Englund, J. A. 337 I V 2. B 1 ,.,..-I if. f r ee -f-:.wfLfef 'f2 1 f-- -fanc ies' Ef- 1 F by Q 2 . fi 6 4 I HL! . ,, ,K ,. , I ., .gx 1 .- . .L . .L-. I.. . -. k.-A...!-.....--.11-f-+ 9 X- -K? V-2 DIVISION First Row, I to r, starting from bottom of photograph: Killelea, C. J., Ferralsco, J. R., Vanderhoof, B. C., Hutchens, S. G., Hicks, G. L., LCDR Masse, D. M., Harper, F. L., Bland, D. L., Fleak, J. E., Davis, K. R. Second Row: Henry, R. A., Townsand, J., Klaasen, J. N., Silvia, O. E., Beard, R. L., Zerra, R. L., Oare, J. H., Stasny, J. R., Petersen, W. R. Third Row: Noey, J. L., Gilliam, R. W., Jupin, J., Shepard, D. H., Higgenbottom, F., Davis, A. A., Lewis, J. E., Ernst, J. R., Germani, J. J., Hornback, J. D. V-2 DIVISION First Row, I to r, starting from bottom of photograph: Townsand, Johnston, H. E., Jefferson, R. R., Jordan, T. R., Killelea, C. J., Saculla, M. J., Keller, R. A., Sherman, J. E., Woehrle, D. C., Arnsdorf, M. T. Second Row: Young, W. D., Vaughn, C., Morrow, C. I., Bach, D. A., Rathburn, D. E., Dunmon, L. D., Juneau, R. A., Pritchett, J., Boivin, W. A., Stanwix, J. J. Third Row: Furno, J. M., Stubblefield, D. E., Tester- man, G. B., Smith, D. C., Valezquez, E., Weddington, J. J., Singleton, B. J., Stah- kowski, G., Zills, J. P., Scott, G. M., Wil- liamson, I. Fourth Row: Diedrich, J. E., Beard, R. L., Appicella, R. J., Komraus, F., Schreiner, J. E., Bromley, F. R., Mitchell W.IC, Morales, P., Schultze, R. R., Nixon R. . V-3 DIVISION First Row, I to r: Jerdon, G. A., Adair, J. C. Westervelt, L. E., Robinson, R. L., Shock: Iey, G. W., LT Rutzler, J. A., Johnson, A. R., Hopkins, H. H., Flext, R. w., cole, w. o. Ball, E. v. Second Row: Foote, J. T., Matti: son, W. R., Davis, C., Buckman, F. A. D. Littleton, J., Nicely, T. J., Cedotal, G. P. Saurs, E. K., Hallbauer, R. F., Lord, R. B. Schweitzer, B. J. Third Row: WhitmoreI G. C., Dascani, W. D., Robinson, J., Wil Iiams, C., Wiseman, J. W., Morgan, J. J., Armellino, L., Walton, C. B., Baldwin, J. D., Celi, F. A., Petrone, W. P. ay 5 'kr . ft f 'iiv 2 3 V'?afi5f " V-3 DIVISION First Row, I to r: Hause, A. K., Bragg, G. Ill, Chila, J. A., Pert, R. E., Byrum, J. L., LT Rutzler, J. A., Harris, H. M., Readhead, G. R., Swatzell, D. W., Barnes, D. L., Tuck, J. E. Second Row: Peschke, M. J., Rollins, H. D., Coffman, F., Zuzak, J. G., Campbell, C. E., Greeno, D. P., Schone, T., Pence, A. L., Terrill, H. E. Jr., Roberts, F. D., Bajic, D. F., Dustin, A. M., Jabczynski, C. W., Huffman, R. G., Haddock, T. J. V-4 DIVISION First Row, r to I, starting from bottom of photograph: Childers, D. E., Davis, J. M., Bopp, G. T., Connors, D. M., Eubanks, J. E. Second Row: Gladu, J. P., Doonan, G. M., Allen, H. D., Adams, J. E., Monty, A. L., May, E. W., Kohlbrecher-, C. J., Parsons, D. F., Greene, D. A., Abril, J. A., Kehler, K. E. Third Row: Willetts, J. B., Rous, R. B., Harbauer, W. L., Hail, J. C., Hudson, C. L., Stoy, E. E., Wilson, W. H., Moran, W. T., Hendrix, B. R., Clap, D. G. Fourth Row: Monroe, B. A., Heberer, R. R., Hoffman, W. F., Cumbie, B. R., Sullivan, M. L. Turner, R., Worrell, J. D., Roberts, L. L. Sieverwright, G. R., Pruitt, J. A. ,, V-4 DIVISION First Row, r to I, starting from bottom of picture: Harrison, G. F., Preece, D. R., Dobrzanski, W. W., Newton, M. M., Lilly, J. A., Devillis, V. J., Diasselliss, J. L., Cox, D. R., Garling, R. K., Anderson, R. E. Second Row: Finley, R. D., Edwards, C. H., Kelly, P. M., Spellmeyer, R. H., Webb, R. E., Bolduc, J. S., Richardson, J. D., Castelli, H., Dantone, J. J., Miller, F. Third Row: Rosetti, R. F., Chapman, P. R., Metty, W. J., Snipes, W. B., Maxey, H. I., Flanagan, J. M., Sidener, W. N., Barrancotta, D. R., Trow- bridge, G. A., Heller, J. T. Fourth Row: Hall, O. G., Capps, G. W., Hartman, F. W. Jr., Keheley, W. D., .RameIla, F., Zerr, R. K. Greene, D. A., Dixon, C. A., Couch, R. A. Parsons, D. F. 40 HI.: V-6 DIVISION First Row, I to r: Asmussen, D., Hopkins, D. B., Ogle, D. G., Craycraft, T. L., Mitchell, F. R., Debner, J. L., Liebman, H. F., Garma, A., Walter, R. L., Thompson, T. C. Second Row: Perrin, A. C., Tatum, R. W., Fournier, J. M., Groome, W. R., Small, J.P., LCDR Akagi, J. L., LTJG McCleary, P. E., Lennox, J. J., Bertels, C. C., Cannon, A., Boardman, K. M., Newcomb, L. E. Third Row: Baker, H. R., Vance, J. S., Pinkston, W. O., Cun- ningham, A. E., Cordes, J. L., Hoover, G. P., Simonson, A. R., Figlar, J. R., Steele, T. G., Maden, E., Dorsey, C. D., Martin, E. H., Livingston, D. A. Fourth Row: Gardner, F. H. Jr., Meester, J. J., Lawrence, R. C., DePaul, V. L., Carter, W. J. Jr., Coyle, D. T., Potter, J. R., Culver, R. W., Parker, E. H. Jr., Dixon, D. P., Woodfin, R. H. V-6 First Row, I to r: Schoepflin, C. R., Chand- ler, M. B., Pino, D. L., Chapman, H. R., Wyant, L. F. Jr., Zott, R. E., Reed, E. W., Coffey, R. L., Rice, K. M. Second Row: Bumgarner, D. W., Tharp, J. E., Dobson, R. H. Jr., Byers, B. L., LCDR Akagi, J. L., Lennox, J. J., Slaughter, B.O., Hagins, D. F., McCleary, P. H., Clowser, R. E., Mullins, F. D. Third Row: Taber, G. M., Kohler, R. R., James, N., West, E. E., Denison, J. R., Dougherty, J. J. Jr., Erickson, R. E., Davis, C. W., Huckaby, B. F., Poe, F. C. J., Soroka, N. A., Kudzinowski, P. M. Fourth Row: McMichael, M., Holford, R. L., Quigley, R. J., Crowe, R. F., Morton, J. S., Tennison, A. L., McDowell, L. L., Coligan, H. R., Powell, R. D., Husbands, R. B., Collard, T. J. OP DIVISION First row, left to right: Greco, Green, Hingst, Weeg, Erkenbrack, Reith, Rowlett, Handy, Czamletg Second Row: Watkins, Knous, Waters, Chief O'NeiII, Chief Felker, LT Bush, Chief Perrenoud, Raney, DeVore, Johnson, Third row: Vogeney, Maus, Osterhout, Wilson, Hess, Bowman, Storms, Blair, Woodroffe, Macchia, Paff, Camerero, Leach, Ostrander, Schrader, Kenney. 7 Zi-1 3 gi ' 5 e A, L ' I. - ,fQ5q .'.'UPffm'AI:"2!-0'1" Z, CDR V. W. CONDON Engineering Officer A DIVISION Firt Row, l to r, starting from bottom of picture: Dickerhof, Johnson, Duke, Mich- alec, Althaus, Bartsch, Hofmann, Vander- pool, Simmons, Bailey, J. V. Second Row: Smith, L. D., Chapman, Wertz, Souders, Cotkin, Schlott, lngram, Traff, Wilson. Third Row: Merten, Holland, DuPont, Har- bour, Kenworthy, Rants, Terry. W? , Lim .9 ILJTKIX A DIVISION First Row, I to r, starting from bottom of picture: Murphy, Eckels, R. D., Pederson, Demastus, Barnes, Stanley, Morrow, Kee- ton, Hawke, Fatzinger. Second Row: Don- ley, Grendisiewski, Lindsay, Jensen, Alt- haus, Bartsch, Hofmann, Cotkin, Batey, Caulder, Davies. Third Row: Wilutz, Con- way, Short, Ausen, Cherry, Longwith, Winther, Davis, Cramer, Page, Erb, Smith. Fourth Row: Bissonnette, Eckels, G. L., Barber, Vanderbilt, Benson, Kohl, Williams, Smith, Bailey, Szollosy. B DIVISION First Row, I to r, starting from bottom of photograph: Crawley, R. L., McCaf-ferty, F. H., Beyer, R. L., Subriar, L. G., Fogg, R. L., Burklo, D. E. B Division Material Officer, Lakin, C R. B Division Officer, Spigener, F. T., Rost, W. H., Bowman, W. H., Sebree, J. M. Second Row: Rijks, T. D., Hahn, D. S., Ouderkirk, J. S., Shobe, J. D., Lee, L. Jr., Wezyk, D. A., Krause, W. P., Moore, J. D., Stinson, W. H., Whitlock, J. S., Tinney, J. H., Dufault, V. L. Third Row: Kimbler, T. D., Hahn, R. H., Bombace, L. A., Kephart, T. M., Robbins, D. E., Farnsworth, W. F., Swenson, J. C., Tabola, H. R., Hart, M. J., Mazon, L. A., McDonald, P. M., Jones, L. P. ji h. L41 L L - -' . 7.31- .. .' -455-S s - In B DIVISION First Row, I to r, starting from bottom of photograph: Goodwin, L. S. Jr., Belkowski, L. S., Pieczynski, H., ENS Happle, McPart- land, W., Hertzberg, D. H., Zeiler, R. R., Reid, H. F., Mullins, F. Second Row: Gumaer, R. F., Siddens, B. L., Kondrat, C. D., Dickson, F. B., Vyrostek, C., Solis, J. A., Little, C. T., Hutton, F. G., Faxon, R. G. Third Row: Privott, C. R., Floyd, L. D., Hauser, R. C., Wilson, H. D., Godsey, J. L., Rickey, E. W., Miller, R. C., Davis, J. J. E DIVISION First Row, I to r: Tyer, A. C., Martinek, R. G., McMullen, D. C., Welch, C. E., Watkins, L. C., Shaffer, G. L. Second Row: Gauani, A. C., Christy, C. H., Holton, J. R., Maynard, Heaveard, LTJG Drobney, CWO Leech, Elfstrom, McKinney, J., Hunt, F. C., Walk- er, W. W. Third Row: Walsh, J., Young J. M., Meurer, P. M., Funke, D. L., Jan- kosky, J. R., Chapman, L. J., Avis, R. L., Boman, T. G., Walker, H., Hayman, R. E., Schwerer, M. A. Fourth Row: Piernik, J. S., Murphy, R. B., Zauner, J. F., Huff, R., Staniszewski, J. S., Bottomley, G. J., Dres- sel, G., Veilleux, R. J., Dickinson, D. A., Burke, R. E., Thompson, R. L., Eyre, R. E. E DIVISION First Row, I to r: Barnes, L. C., Kilgore, D., Shaw, D. R., Van Orman, B., LTJG Drob- ney, CWO Leech, Petito, A. J., Hawkins, R. D., Nemoseck, R. E., Daniel, C. Second Row: Jackson, J. P., Mitcheltree, A., Do- miano, D. A., Racz, A., Garza, I. D., Houtz, C. F. Miller, K. W. Taylor, G. E., Miller, G. R., Helm, W. D., Jones, W. J., Wilson, A. G., Peterson, L. M. E DIVISION First Row, l to r, starting from bottom of photograph: Harmstead, R. F., Hodson, G. C., Rogalski, W., Weber, C. A., Osbourn, H. R., Regelsky, R., Kepner, P. H., Richard- son, J., Ford, R., Roberts, L. S. Second Row: Kagle, W. G., Hand, C. E., Kowatch, S., Skierski, J., Ellis, Drobney, Mayer, Rutkof- ske, G. R., Fulkerson, R. A., Baker, S., Yourkewitz, W. A. Third Row: 'Martm, F., Fisher, R. D., Corbett, O., Lewis, C., Cas- sens, M. D., Rowland, J. K., Nowicki, L.. B., Horn, R.. Skinner, C. A., lhrer, C. L., Miner, J. W., Jones, W. V. Fourth Row: Loucks, D. G., Hare, K. L., Beinkampen, D., Caldwell, E. S., Reyant, H., Coleman, C. G., Hutt, H. J., Griffey, D. C., Trumbley, G. L., Ander- son, V., Cooper, G. E. M DIVISION First Row, I to r, starting from bottom of picture: Webster, Avey, Macon, Kingsbury, Jones, Axson, Heft, Blackstone, Tucker, Kelly. Second Row: Allen, Rowland, Brown, E. M., Nieder, Bennett, Patchen, Burke, Christiansen, West, Taylor. Third Row: Stoyell, Scharren, Geno, Rainey, Stipano- wich, Black, Skoog, Embacher, Forbes, anus. M DIVISION First Row, I to r, starting from bottom of picture: Benkoski, Sorenson, Anderson, Eyerly, ENS Kennon, A. W., Wood, Petit, Winters, Bolton, Kuczmynda. Second Row: Anderson, Spicer, Mason, Jackson, Brown, E.. R., Heintz, Qhilds, Sizemore, Coxie. Third Row: Garcia, Podunavac, Wagers, Michaud, Kraus, Emerick, Melton, Hoeth, Harrison, Neary. 344 1-LJ I ' Hx ,, ,.y7,,7,,,,,7,,,,,,53.,f,.sp fi ff 5'wW,,f, My N W f AfQyff.i,1Ava,4,z4wa WM 6 ,f Wa.. .ww ' 4 ffhzf' ff ' 'W f..-' i M DIVISION First Row, l to r, starting from bottom of picture: Kuenle, Francis, Shaffer, Weaver, ENS Kennon, A. W., Hardenburgh, Griffith, Wymer, Kolar. Second Row: Schlueter, Rohrabaugh, St. Don, Simpson, Halbrook, Sykes, Cadreau, Thomas, Harney, Kocher, Barrall. Third Row: Mittler, McKay, God- dard, Hoy, Brown, R. L., Brown, J. E., Temme, Ellis, Taylor, Bassett, Fancher. R DIVISION First Row, l to r, starting from bottom of photograph: Meeks, B. H., Goodwin, W. N., Youmans, W. H., Montwheler, R. D., Molik, G. R., Kimball, J. H., Evans, G., Gerber, D. M., Kuczkowski, J. F. Second Row: Van- scoter, H. P., Evans, C. H., Goodenough, R. B., Smith, L. R., ENS Kreiser, A. J., ENS Trombly, E. G., ENS Riedel, L. W., Dawson, G. E., Goff, J. L., McCall, R. R., McCall, D. E. Third Row: Boyle, F. J., Beede, L. J., Butler, T. C., Thomas, J. D., Hopkins, W. S., Davis, D. E., Brodeur, H. A., Couch, J. P., Lace, E. P., South, J. D. Fourth Row: Burgess, R. A., Heckmann, F. E., Snyder, C. L., Giroux, R., Reynolds, K. L., Schneider, L. G., McDaniel, T. W., Murphy, J. L., Williams, R. L., Phila- baun, R. C., Lindner, T. E., Schue, M. M., Kolde, J. R. 345 ' CDR G. R. BRICKLEY Supply Officer S-1 DIVISION First Row, l to r: Ronquillo, Coffey, Thomas, Burrows, LCDR Koller, ENS Chappell, Ches- nut, Longo, Quinn, Gray. Second Row: Dkes Couch Knabe Myers, Candow, y , I , I Gerron, Knight, Andrews, Knsher, Colby, Bonds, Medivitz, Simonin, Sumner, Sykes. Third Row: Sandberg, Chorley, Brown, Cruz, Ross, Smallwood, Worstenholm, Pot- ter, Haney, Johnson, Alengi, Stine, Mar- shall. Not Shown: Clark, Spece, Racine, Fasciano, Bullock, De Claro, Keiser, Sand- berg, Persinger, Derouen, Asche, Wyick. ..-,. ...'.. . 1 I l I l. ll I I -- .... I .I ff r i 5 L P r I l i iz I x . ' ' Y ' a ' - -i :viii :1. 'fgff ,ffifi hfl. if-ff -- - :':fl f Y I Y 3-f'mI4lY+:n'...1 Y . , :Ln .sf WA 17, U-A , 3, -,gtg - A Q an 47 S-3 DIVISION First Row, I to r, starting from bottom of photograph: Black, R. E., Smith, J. L., Rocco, J. M., Carruda, F., Sebree, S. C. Second Row: Kelly, T., Coluccio, J. C., Greer, C. F., Cheweyert, G. E., Shackelford, J. H., Straw, E. M., Greene, R. S., Elkins, B. R., Werner, M. L., Scott, R. T., Williams, T. E. Third Row: Mullons, T. S., Brooks, P., Brown, PQR., Blemen, W. C., Heather, L. W., Yeager, J. R., Hull, M. C., Nichols, F. G., Gruber, J. E., Lofland, P. H. Fourth Row: Leist, W. H., Kelly, A. C., Stef-fin, A. E., Locupice, J. A., Walton, M. C., Nichols, J. C., Young, C. C., Mayo, P. R., McMurty, C. B., Nicholson, T. R., Dugan, J. P. S-4 DIVISION First Row, I to r, starting from bottom of picture: Rosenbalm, C. H., Hodson, R. C., LTJG Schermerhorn, M. I., Dickens, S. M. Jr., Hoffman, R. F. Second Row: Smith, R. M., Rittenhouse, R. R., Fabinski, M. P., Stark, T. L., Moitoza, A. P., Smith, G. L. Third Row: Goetz, V. A., Barry, R. P., Mark- ert, D. R., Hart, V. A. Jr. S-4 DIVISION First Row, I to r, starting from bottom of photograph: Celestial, N. T., Polite, G., Maybin, A., Smith, J., Ridley, N., LTJG Nelson, R. N., Stevens, R. T., Parker, J. Jr., Simpkins, J. L., Sabal, D. C. Second Row: Eligino, A. S., Salcedo, W. T., Calderon, A. R., Regino, R. F., Toledo, J. S., Corpuz, E. A., Dabu, C. B., Gonzales, B. B., Spencer, E. F., Graves, D., Santiago, A. Third Row: Jackson, W. T., Arguilla, C. H., Alinsunurin, A. C., Gonzales, R. C., Liguid, C. L., Caba- lag, M. B., Espiritu, P. E., Bulda, R. P., Sison, F. Q., Velasquez, N. S., Penn, J. W. Jr., Bantigue, B. C. ' in-4 I -JA . , -. S-5 DIVISION Bottom Row, I to r: Celestial, Nestor T., Polite, Gripper, lvlaybin, Andrew Jr., Smith, Jesse, Ridley, Nelson, LTJG Nel- son, R. N., Stevens, Russell T., Parker, James Jr., Simpkin, J. L., Sabal, Diosdado C. Second Row: Eligino, Angel S., Saicedo, Warne T., Calderon, Augusto R., Regino, Rolando F., Toledo, Jaime S., Corpuz, Edilberto A., Dabu, Conrado B., Gonzales, Benjamin B., Spencer, Earl F., Graves, Duval, Santiago, Alexander H., Third Row: Jackson, Willitm T., Arguilla, Crecensio H., Alinsunurin, Alipio G., Gonzales, Ro- lando C., Liguid, Cesar L., Cabalag, Mar- celo B., Espiritu, Papa E., Bulda, Rosalino P., Sison, Franklin Q., Velasquez, Nemesio E., Penn, James W., Bantigue, Bartolome S-B DIVISION First Row, I to r, starting from bottom of photograph: Nlazzanti, D. L., Crouch, J. T., Smith, lVl. J., Shoemaker, R. F., Yarborough, J. E., LT Davis, Fullshire, A. C., Wilkins, K. R., Gorman, J. A., Scofield, L. L. Second Row: Pulley, A. B., Sanders, J. W. Jaco, K. E., Herrick, J. H., Butler, J. H., Breakall, R. L., Sila, A. L., Driscoll, R. E., Long, E. D., Tonini, B. W. Third Row: Hunt, R. L., lvlen- doker, R. J., Faulk, R. L., Schultz, J. J., Thompson, S. L., Hearn, T. C., Lynn, A. G., Cairns, J. W., Stewart, Richard L., Yeager, G. R., Cantley, B. C. CMDMAA OFFICE Front Row, I to r: Northrup, D. M., Knoeller R., Wilson, J. L., Crump, E. E., Clemento L. A.. Pike. S. S., Smith, W. M., Kelly, W. E Back Row: Chiles, E. W., Vance, J. S., Ford H. F., Proctor, D. L., Frank, R. G., Davis C. J., Leibman, H. F., Farrel, J. E., Cun ningham, W. H. 'r --r :swf fi ,gf .X 21 5 F 1 Pe ,mfr .naw ,Ai I-is if 1 CAG POOL Front Row, I to r: Berg, J. P., Wiedenbeck, E. W., Wedgeworth, A. L., Cole, H. C., LCDR Schmidt, W. P., Hawes, D. L., Gambill, G. B., Bollinger, S. F., Faulkner, D. M., Shon- eck, R. A. Back Row: Green, L. P., Terris, P. G., Taylor, R. E., Landry, C. H., McGoni- cal, P. J.. Yarosh, C. C., Magill, J. G., Let- terman, D. A., Riggs, J. D., Cavalieri, J. M. I CDR L. H. SETTE Commanding Officer VAH-5 HEAVY ATTACK SQUADRON FIVE First Row, I to r, starting from bottom of photograph: Clark, L. D., Manning, R. D., Callahan, R. W., Stangarone, N., Christmus, W. H., Martin, C. R., McClellan, J. E., Lewis, D. M., Nelson, G. I., Smith, E. B., Byrd, R. A. Second Row: Gibson, R. M., LTJG Demark, R. S., LTJG Walter, L. E., LT Monroe, V. D., LCDR Hamilton, K. R., LCDR Draim, J. E., CDR Sette, L. H., CDR Werner, P. F., LCDR Lovelace, R. H., LCDR Govan, G. W., LCDR Ogle, W. J., LCDR Olson, J. W., Hutto, A. G., Stewart, G. H. Third Row: Leonard, A. L., LTJG Holmes, E. M., LTJG Watson, R. F., LT Flynn, K. C., LTJG Nesbitt, D. L., LTJG Damon, R. S., LTJG McEntyre, R. F., LT. Mergo, N. J., CAPT Dursteler, W. S., LT Hardman, W. M., Getz, C. W., Dilts, H. S., O'NeiI, E. D. 771- wx ,p Q Www? f VAH-5 First Row, I to r, starting from bottom of photograph: King, D. W., Cooper, I. H., Hancock, J. R., Baswell, J. S., Turner, E. Y., Montminy, R. A., Swafford, W. L., Coon, K. W. Collins, E., Goll, D. D., Oakes, J. R. Second Row: LCDR Ogle, W. J., Smith, G. E., Tiliakos, A. J., Noel, J. E., Abbott, S. A. Lenker, J. J., Scott, C. E., Brown, D., Halter: man, J. R., Banning, L. H., Shelton, P. Johnson, L., Wingfield, R. C., LT Kelly, G. J Third Row: Wilkens, K. R., Braga, C. B. Yokley, J. L., Decatur, R. S., Hoyhtya, H. E. Tanner, J. L., Irwin, H. J., Scott, M. L., Cad dell, B. L., Paquin, H. R., Snider, F. B., Mas- kalans, J., Washburn, F. E., Ayers, M. L. 1 af - .. ,ww ' f ffzfffi ,inf IIDYZ I fffyf f nf, 1,59 ' ff W 3 g NA A- -5.-A on I f sk ti f w X ,S L fc f C nu EGYPT? Cb. . UBI 2 . em as X-SME? VAH-5 First Row, I to r, starting from bottom of photograph: Garbett, W. J., Knott, R. A., Moriarty, C. T., Scherer, F. C., Stark, R. R., Boeckmann, V. A., Corbello, A. C., Schwech- ten, R. J., Wheeler, K. W., Thompson, R. L., Wynn, W. C., Satterwhite, L. J., Krokus, R. V. Second Row: McDonough, J. B., Nettle, T. A., Rohrer, J. D., Kestenbaum, R., Baker, R. J., Sanchez, G. I., Davis, C. J., Lehmann, T. S., Kolbay, D. P., Schulte, E. R. Ill, Ott, T. W., Dvorovy, J. S., Magill, J. G., Klein, G. F., King, A. L. Third Row: Brooks, J. R., Boose, D. E., Lindsey, T. S., Roberts, O. H., MacLennan, F. L., Barker, T. E., Mil- ler,.O. E., Shepherd, B., Riggs, J. D., Cava- lien, J. N., Hanson, S. A., Cole, H. C., Blay- lock, J. E., Kindred, M. A., Lilis, J. W. Fourth Row: Van Matre, R. H., Sirk, C. R., Van Vranken, P. G., Hile, J. R., Hatfield, W. H., Sini, J. M., Lang, C. L., Welsh, J. M., Perron, R. B., Faulkner, B. M., Brunnins, R. G. X X X ljp QS? ON 5 slxvlxfvi E' VAH-5 First Row, I to r, starting from bottom of photograph: Rios, G., Pharo, J. G. Jr., Mc- Closkey, W. S., Henry, R. L., Platt, T. J., Kozan, A. E., Gilbert, G. S., Vican, J. P., Godwin, F. A., Knott, R. A., Cushman, G. F., Frost, C. L., King, J. D., Miller, R. P., Hat- ton, K. H. Second Row: Nobles, H. E., Han- cock, B. J., Sanders, R. L., Dol-fin, L. W., Emerson, T. L., Crump, W. F., Carmenaty, P. E., Soldan, J. S., Anthony, B. W., Lacey, E. J., Stackhouse, S. A., Fenwick, F. C., Smith, D. H., Knotts, J. A., Goe, J. R., Car- ter, W. L. Third Row: Johnson, H. W., Moore, J. M., Golladay, F. E., Sorrells, W. J., Pomeroy, P. C., Welker, R. A., Blackwell, J. H., Boeske, L. L., Skeeters, M. S., Stout, R. B., Gilliam, J. H., Newman, C. D., Con- ner, D. W., Nichols, M. P., Hendricks, D. E., Frase, T. G. X x 4X1 QQ 355 CPON VAH-5 First Row, I to r, starting from bottom of photograph: Haloj, R. G., Roof, D. W., Payne, J. H., Dierking, R. A., Woodard, R. E., Silney, R. D., Long, M. P., Cowart, V. H., Sutton, F. A., Toth, A. J., Farrell, S., Frans- way, J. R., Kilton, E., Ray, D. E. Second Row: LTJG Stillings, T. J., Rameau, K., Doi, J. H., Helms, F. E., Billey, H. D., Bradford, W. E., Pittman, J. H., Cannavino, M. R., Sewell, A. F., Huddleston, B. M., Webster, S. L., Crain, D. O., Skeens, D. L., Lay, C. J., Neveau, L. R., Arnold, B. L., Lorbeer, L. I. Third Row: Scott, T. C., Coffman, R. D., Meyer, W., Kora, R. M., Haire, V. D., Clover, P. E., Blaga, J. A., Bryan, J. S., Carlton, M. L., Fox, K. M., Karriker, R. L., Waddell, G. A., Patterson, C. G., Leonard, R. M., Pari- ani, F. P., LT Flynn, K. C. 'Zff S f? 9 ,f WWE. VAH-5 First Row, l to r: Haley, H. D., Kolianos, P. A., Reitz, L. W., Ericson, W. D., Bradley, K. C., Morris, F., Mason, D. C., Burnett, W. S. lll, LePage, R. W. Second Row: Mc- Donald, G. P., Stearns, R. K., Benvie, D. R., Judah, K., LCDR Thompson, C. E., LCDR Olson, Phillips, J. K., Privett, W. P., Dia- mond, S. P., Willis, D. W. Third Row: Frameli, D. F., Marcelynas, J. M., Schock, H. H., Grabarkiewicz, J. A., Denlea, E. P., Tyre, M. L., Knight, J. W., Dillow, F. L., Thomas, C. E., King, B. A., Hobbs, Beavis, J. F. Fourth Row: Enberg, D. E., Mills, W. R., Smith, R. S., Boeldt, R. E., Verrier, B. P., D'Aversa, F., Hoyhtya, H. E., Chavis, H. L., Boyce, M. M., Stroud, R. M., Kendall, J. H., Michael, T J., Gearhart, R. S. CDR R. B. GOHR Commanding Officer VA-81 VA-81 First Row, I to r, starting from bottom of photograph: Hatchett, W. L., Hasse, H. O., Wyman, M. E., Nordberg, V. K., Morgan, J. Jr., Scazzero, D., Black, R. L., Arey, E. H., Hunting, R. S., Young, E. J. Second Row: Eddings, R. B., Sturchak, D. C., Denomme, J. H., Baswell, D. M., Ledoux, C. L., CDR Gohr, R. B., CDR Gregory, G. K., Hand, J. R., Elder, M. R., Zipperer, M. G., Carroll, K. B., Boley, W. H. Third Row: Hancock, E. C., LCDR Brummitt, G. F., LT Adamson, E. C. Jr., LT Gray, R., LCDR Tuzo, P. B. lll, LT Tenefrancia, A. J. Jr.., LTJG Williams, H T., LTJG Baker, P. N., Lingo, R. W., Mc- Cormick, G. V. pim- IEJQQUW we V M X 4. f . 5 2 Q f 2 iyfg, S 1 4 Q3 an cad 5' VA-81 First Row, I to r, starting from bottom of photograph: Hobbs, J. W., Eskridge, H. R., Van Orden, C. W. ENS Kenny, J. R., LTJG Hill, E. R., LT Tappan, J. R., Pearson, T., LCDR Whittemore, F. H., LT Andrassy, M. F., Senappe, J., Meeks, H., Andreas, P. T. Second Row: Ray, P. F., Leato, R. J. Jr., Kimball, R. E., Smyth, C. W., Cordes, W. ll, Prince, F. G., Marsh, R. L., Pollock, W. E., Harman, T. E., Garner, D. E., Cosner, F. R., Rivera, R. F., Bottorf-f, R. C., Lemmond, T. A. Third Row: Klentzin, H. T., Ward, J. W., Gambill G.B. Houser R.W. Banach F.A. Linder, Yljl., Fiowine, Ur.. R.,'Basrin, 'J. I-l.f Makarevich, W., Harrington, R. D., Glue- sing, H. L. A , . . - . 1 as ,Q N I 1 I 1 I- ATTACK SQUADRON EIGHTY-ONE First Row, I to r, starting from bottom of photograph: Berg, J. P., Brown, A. T., Norum, G. H., Hoffman, W. R., LTJG Fager- ness, J. W., LTJG Rutz, J. D., LTJG Oltmann, S. D., Stevens, G. L., Duckworth, H. L., Craig, C. V., Wiedenbeck, E. W., Johnson, R. W. Second Row: McGonigal, J. P., Ovist, G. E., Gerhard, E. A., Houser, T. A., Brauns- berg, T. W., Fox, D. L., Kirkpatrick, G. J., Gibble, C. E., Mulkey, B. H., Carmickle, D. L., Heath, L. S., Kelly, D. W., Bentzen, N. J., Green, R. L., Ezzelle, R. L. VA B1 First Row, I to r, starting from bottom of photograph Russom J R Maples J R, Sunday J F Lavigne,G F Geisler, R E Goodyear T A Voss W J Jr Fairchild P K Will C D Second Row Bailey R N Goss J R Henderson C H , Rollins V O LCDR Leue D E LTJG Norton P S,LTJG Eyer J W LTJG Werhan K R CAPT Dunn R J LTJG Bloomfield J G Bartlett L D Donaldson J W Third Row Bahr H I C B,Garhar J Va n Wallace C R Stewart D R Michel J F P len D H Gray S E, Previdi, W A MacKenzie R C Hughes R C 47 con A E cunvnvunes Commanding Officer VA 83 ATTACK SQUADRON EIGHTY THREE First Row I to r starting from bottom of photograph LTJG Sweeny T M Jr LT Knapp N E LCDR Harris J W LCDR Spayde K C Jr CDR Cummings A H CDR Thomson R G Jr LCDR Sigmon ck L B e C LT Martin J H Second Row LTJG Bier m nn K E LTJG Arnold D P LTJG Bolton Smith C LTJG Blanke W J LTJG Poindexter C H LTJG Carlson P J ENS Mahlstedt C T LTJG Ware P N LTJG Haynes J M LTJG Ingham C J LTJG Mayberry C D P"'5F2 fig., , Q 1 A X 1 G51 'X Q ' Pg . ' J "7g ' ,f -K ' vw ' S X :I -' VA-83 First Row, I to r, starting from bottom of photograph: Crockett, E. S. lll, Rouleau, G. A., Embree, T. E., Potter, T. E., Cropper. H. T., Minard, P. E., Johnson, J. L. Second Row: Morgan, D. G., Hilton, J. A., Elliott, R. L., Tolley, O. W., Bogdan, J. F., Hawkins, R. L., Grant, R. G., Dawson, J. G., Tanner, C. l., Herndon, C. V. Jr. Third Row: Gorham, S. C., Green, W. S., Crawford, R. A., Rund- berg, R. G., Hennesy, L. H. Jr., Kraus, B. J. Jr., Shook, K. A., Manzanares, J. H., Sharp, J. J. III, Phillips, L. M. Fourth Row: Presley, J. H., Hoglund, E. L., Pennoyer, R. M., Green, H. S., O'Keefe, P. R., Ward, W. A., Klinglesmith, G. D., Allen, C. L., Estes, F. L., Bryan, C. E. I of os 7, 'R 4 . of . - ' X ,QQ , I ., - " , ,J-,,f1 , . il , . . I x 0 . ri f X V," VA-33 First Row, I to r, starting from bottom of photograph: Boyd, E. H. Jr., Simmons, J., Cole, W. H., Johnson, C. A., Gigante, L. D. P., Phelps, L. M., Franklin, B. L., Brodin, l. K., Adams, C. L., McCaughley, J. F. Second Row: Diaz, J. A., Williams, E. D. Jr., Young, C. M., Parker, G. L., Yoder, S., Artis, H., Decoster, K. T., Spaulding, T. W., Everland, J. H., Foster, T. R. Third Row: Plummer, B. R., Brewer, R. E., Poston, F. O. Jr., Pennell, W. B., Nowlin, J. L., Fau- cette, C. P., Kaiser, R. L. Sr., Feltis, R. V., Elkin, L. W., Green, L. P. Fourth Row: Carter, T. R., Franklin, J. R., Linkenhoker, R. W., Oehler, C. P., Depersig, L. C., Hess, C. A., Moffatt, G. B. Jr., Smith, R. E., Blades, M. W., Martin, J. G. jj" "1,,.., ' N x - r 4 1- r ,. F, . s fifff fi ' ' ' " X Tw rv " rc 2' , . V I, 9 u ' ' y I I VA-83 First Row, I to r, starting from bottom of photograph: Jennings, G. C., Daniels, R. E., Goodrich, M. W. Jr., Sterlachini, M. T., Barone, E., Garrison, B. G., Malia, J. W., Chewning, C. G., Lockwood, K. L. Second Row: Hixenbaugh, W. L., Beckner, F. J., Harmon, K. C. Jr., Murphy, R. B., Chaffee, D. B., Pacholski, D. C., Janeczek, J. A., Hunsucker, H. C. Jr., Cowart, l. W., Blake- lock, E. H., Mattson, P. E. Third Row: Stout, W. G., Rison, W. M., Colasso, J. H., Briggs, W. S., Spaulding, T. W., Wright, C. L., Wood, R. W., Coffey, M., Thompson, A. L., Trap- anese, R. J. Fourth Row: Sexton, W. M., Blasetti, P. F., Spindler, J. L., Gary, D. J. Surgner, J. M., Jarrard, R. D., Coffey, W. D. Dyson, G. W., Farmer, W. E., Stewart, R. P V v ,,...,..,, x. ,f sr f f I "'sms'2'6' 38 Q ..-QQ Y w ll ' 5 l . 'X . Qia- imxxxxx- . 356 lk..! E --W HA- - - J- A- M-A ---4 Q- A-: wr., 1' p.-A , rf- ft Qf v Q, x We ' CDR J. S. MC KEE Commanding Officer VA-85 ATTACK SQUADRON EIGHTY-FIVE First Row, I to r, starting from bottom of photograph: LT Clinton, J. C., LT Rausa, R. M., LT Frick, J. F., LCDR Lofano, J. J., CDR McKee, J. C., CDR Mundt, C. H., LCDR Balmforth, S. C., LCDR Hartigan, R. B., LT Bingham, J. L., LT Phillips, R. J. Second Row: LTJG Petachenko, G. C., LTJG Peter- son, D. A., LTJG Hill, F. W., LTJG Cheney, Hicks, W. F., LTJG Pyle, J. C., LTJG Cobb, Third Row: LTJG Romish, E. M., LTJG L. F., ENS Engel, P. B., ENS Bergman, A. O. S. M. 4r,rRoN e VA 85 First Row l to r, starting from bottom of photograph McLeary W B Peckham G S Humphrey R L Futch J H LJG Hill F W LTJG Cobb S M Chilton l F Morris J E Sterrett A M Sellers L L Gaynor W J Second Row Johns W A Gross K M Rodgers E E Cole O, Bel mas D J Clark J Lowry,C E Johnston E Shaw J F Kenrick S W Herron F Houser J R Third Row Casebolt A Jr Reed F D Lawson W T Riggs R Ellis R L Scheimreif J J Jr,Cole P White J T, Dunn J A Taylor,J R 4 ' 'KRON S VA 85 First Row l to r starting from bottom of photograph Rushing M L Heath C T Jr A en E Snyder G W Second Row Powell W C LTJG Peterson D A, LCDR Balmforth C CDR McKee J C Fr ck J F LTJG Romish LTJG Pyle J C Dorsch N A Neary T D Stout C E Jr Third Row Braden R L,Smith C C Roh leder C A Brougham R J Werkheiser, R C Rowson J H Stoepker J H Am brose G D Avram P D Overton J E Jones L J Fourth Row Stewart J D Min ervino F G Garrett J Lagasse P A Smith F E Haymond J R Jr Cragg R D Whitmore J E Warner G H Harring to C -555k VA-85 First Row, I to r, starting from bottom of photograph: Brunell, B. D., Fitzgerald, R. T., Patterson, F. G., Cochran, C. R., Folkers, R. D., Kinney, C. E. Second Row: Landers, C. B., Dugan, R., Nicholas, J. J., LTJG Cobbs, S. M.. LT Rausa, R. M., LCDR Hartl- gan, R. B., LTJG Hicks, W. F., ENS Engel, P. B., D'Arion, D., Cherry, K. C., Marchelletta, R. G. Third Row: Shillinsky, J. R., Sutton, F. L., Peckham, E. D., McBride, D. L., Muck, R. G., Rowland, R. L., Baldwin, A. D., West, E. G. Jr., Brenner, F. H., Bowman, J. C., Breyare, A. A.., Willard, F. J. Jr., Heafner, W. E. Jr., Allen, W. A. Fourth Row: Evans, D. J., Norris, P. F., Jacobs, R. J., Bullard, R. E., Spilka, M. L., Brady, T. F., Parish, W. A., Allen, W. W., Hollon, G., Griffith, R. Arnold, R. J., Carter, C. E. 9 W ,www ,Q . V 4- ' , Q5 . .7 2. fgs ,, gif, Lf f M CDR P..E. SPENCER Commanding Officer VF-74 FIGHTER SQUADRON SEVENTY-FOUR First Row, l to r, starting from bottom of picture: LT Periolat, J. J., LT Cockrill, J. M., LT Elliott, O. G., LCDR Wagner, J. W., LCDR Mitchell, J. R. C., CDR Spencer, P. E., CDR Ellis, G. W.., LCDR Darodda, A J., LT Schoonover, R. T., LT Webster, A. C. Sec- ond Row: LTJG Temple, N. B., LTJG Allietta, J. R., LTJG Donahue, J. A., LT McHugh, J. T., LT Meintzer, W. C., LTJG Sanders, R. G., LT Bangert, J. E., LT Martin, C. M., LTJG Glover, P. C., LT R. L. Ferguson, R. L., LT Murray, G. L. Third Row: LTJG Logue, W. R., LTJG Morrison, K. F., LT Souter- land, J. F., LTJG Findlay, J. R., LT Redd, J. L., LTJG West, W. L., LTJG Walker, F. W., LT Miller, W. H., LT Michaels, D. J., ENS McCullogh, D. C., LTJG Ausley, P. C. .f l ' I X F f'2f.u"1 4 f 4,1 i f i. K f Q Q 1' f Q' 'QI l ww., ,.,,. . VF-74 First Row, l to r, starting from bottom of picture: Shelton, R. H., Platfoot, C. R., Sparks, B. K., Geisler, G., Mavrikis, W. P., Powell, D. W., Stevens, J. E., Weeks, T. L., Brandon, J. K. Second Row: Daggs, J. V. Jr., Snyder, C. H., Martin, D. F., Burrow, C. L., Fox, F. F., LTJG Morrison, K. F., LTJG Glover, P. C., ENS McCollough, D. C., Oates, O. E., Steele, A. B., Snow, N. R., Hawkins, R. E. Third Row: Williams, W. J., Lanham, G. W., Starnper, R. M., Bridges, C. O., Storey, J., Coffman, D. L., lVlillh0len, J. l., Lantrlp, B. B., Bates, C. F., Scholl, P. E., Glans, D. R., Bradley, L. R., Bourne, R., H Butler, J. H. Fourth Row: Lemaster, E. Jr., Rodgers, J J., Cooney, D., Tebo, G. R. Ledoux, N. R., Bradley, D., Kulek, R. Cairns, J. W., Brandon, W. J., Sargent, A. L. Burch, E. J., Orr, E. W., Dillar, C. D. v lg 'S I UNK EY B IPM ,M ,,..J , i 358 . .X mf fr .xr 3 . .. . ., ..- ' .. ' ,-.- --.W--,- -f F' ff -ef. --f-fr--' g H---"---:xv-rv-mfrif-:vwfn--rf-.f-ff-rzmfw,-nr-:-.f-'fsrzav . af.-fz?vffv'2:w5'1"'l .re fuse f 4g . - r 1.--.-w..f.'. .- --.. - .. . , f , , .-F-1-..-'fu-.ffv-.-.1-w 1- ,-r-. - f 451,41 . z . V- A . - . - . 1 . , .,. 1-, .--. ,LJ . .1..-,.,.,m4 .--,.,r-WJ, :gm ,.-sa-. .-4.':,.-fr.-:hf.,a---1-W' ,,. ff N -r wr: -LA .-s.-:--rf.-.O-he-.,.-f.--.1 .. 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