Forrestal (CVA 59) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1980

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It was business as usual for the Fbrrestal - with one difference . . . we were alone. On January 3, 1980, we watched the USS Nimitz leave Naples Harbor for the Indian Ocean. Before leaving, Rear Admiral James R. Sanderson and the. staff of Carrier Task Group 60 embarked the Forrestal for the remainder of our time in the Mediterranean. The P Med became our show and ours alone. Fortunately we never got a chance to see what the Nimitz was doing. We were busy enough picking up the pieces in the Med. Some important things happened to us on the cruise. Things that -. you'll never read about in the headlines, but by far are more important. We grew, matured and hopefully got a little wiser. - - :ia From the beginning we were never certain of what was to become of us. The confident words of the Skipper, Captain Rudi Kohn, over the 1MC helped to reduce the apprehensions of an extended deployment. Thankfully we returned without a hitch. Soon after leaving Mayport, many crewmen began entertaining thoughts of a lonely holiday season abroad. More than an ocean separated us from our families and friends. On December 20, 1979 loneliness got put aside, when families from Marsaille practically begged us to spend Christmas with them. From then on, in city after city, it was the same. Whole towns seemed to be on holiday in celebration of the arrival of the crackerjack sailors from America. There is a lot to us and a lot happened to us. If you could listen to everyone, you would hear at least 5,000 different storys. Hopefully these pages will help describe something about us. The Fottestal is called the "ship with a heart", so often we take that title without thinking of the nature of the title. We cannot forget that the officers and enlisted men of the Forrestal are the heart and soul of the ship. Without these amazing people there is no heart. Our aim in this book is to show a bit of that heart, the environment and lifestyle of this ship. As this book evolved, one thing became more and more apparentg that we were creating a book of people for people. The five and a half months we spent together stimulated the cruise book staff to want to show others our little community. Hopefully the results will stimulate your memory and imagination. Perhaps somewhere in these pages a spark will ignite a fleeting memory. If so, we have done justice to the crew of the Forrestal, for working as a team. Thank You. The Cruise Book Staff Cdr. Steven J Ancowitz Lt. "Ernie" Malboeuf ,Ltjg. Bernard J. August PH1 Barney Coman PH2 Paul O'Mara Special thanks to the entire Photo Lab for their patience while the book was being produced and for their diligence during the long, thankless hours it took out of their time. 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Y 1 Q ll I ' A -1 41 'Q' ,afzy N NYM? X ' ff I - d - F Q F 4J PHANTOM II The F 4J Phantom ll ns a supersomc long range all weather hlgh altntude mterceptlons The prmclple arament are mxssles or m long range attack mlssnons dehver alrborne weapons stores McDonnell Douglas 18 years S4 3 m1ll1on Fleet a1r defense 38 3 58 3 16 6 32 000 lbs Manufacturer Tnme an Fleet Cost Mlsslon Wlng Span Length I-lelght Welght Fuel Capacity llnternall 1393 gals Engines Two General Electrlc J79 GE8 s Speed CMax1muml 1440 Knots Operatmg Cenhng 58 000 Feet Crew Squadrons Embarked fighter. The craft is designed for interrhediate and, long range, Gross Weight: 551000 lbs: f - l ' : - . I . 2 , : 2 .-.. -.,..: if - W- f 2 -. .- - was-. . -41' ,- ..--V N1 .,:.--'..r::r. F11-w in-jjiji :g3,,gEig5.Q,f,i :?f,,35?i::. 31515-gf.: ,L -.:l'i:g , g:1s .-f., .f,sg .-- g -,ggrf-f g i .:L W ,. ?. -I .., .,,,.rz,....,.: -1::::'::r.i , ---X-1--...-1. '.r '11 'p - ,,.,A V. ,- -r .1. I .1. ' 1' ' X, ' r' - :si Engine One Pratt 8: Whitney TF-30 P408 A E speedlmaximumji 645 Knots Operating Ceiling: 31 000 Feet Crew: Squadrons Embarked: The A-7CfE Corsair Il is a carrier - land based light weapons systems designed for superior attack capabilities. Manufacturer: Time in Fleet: Mission: Wing Span: Length: Height: Weight: Gross Weight: Fuel Capacity llnternall: LTV Industries 10 Years Light Attack 38 7 46 2 16 1 21 000 lbs. 36 000 lbs. 1,700 gals. 1 i 2 attack aircraft. It incorporates advanced radar, navigation and ....,.,.....4 22,2 14: ' ,z. -4- ' . 5 31 tg' .,., 1s 'Tlll Es S SA VIKING The S 3A Vlkmg ns a hlgh wmg Jet powered twm engnne carrner based antlsubmarme alrcraft contammg surface and subsurface search equnpment wlth mtegrated target acqu1s1t1on and sensor coordmatmg systems whnch can collect process and mterpet and store ASW sensor data It has a dlrect attack Gruman 6 Years Ant1Submarme Warfare 68 6 8 53 4 22 9 27 400 lbs 46 000 lbs Fuel Capaclty llnternall 1 933 gals Engmes Two General Electrnc TF 34 s Manufacturer Txme m Fleet Mxsslon Wmg Span Length Helght Welght Gross Welght X af X -9 T l J F' ' an Am o , . - nv . - E ' . QT ' I .i .. " .. .. xg: ' - ' -- 5. F9- .. ,, -- 5- D 9' . C ' :- nw 2. - cb - - FP .. 'C I O . - . Ph Ei ' D' - . . -. .. .. .. . 3 n Q u 5. : : 5 .. 5+ - +-.pv l 5 9 I-I V l l Speed fMax1muml Operatmg Cellmg Crew Squadrons Embarked 5 1 450 Knots 8 000 Feet :Ag um:TS'5:f"+-:Q 5 5':.5ffi'l,?rf'ilflftlffilllllghlf' H, -0- a-mhz. If x --1--1: 1-q.-.-..- .... p-u'1'rx...a I lj I I li ' l "' l "l i W aff' l Q 5 , 6 x ll 1 Manufacturer: Gruman Time in Fleet: 16 Years Mission: All Weather Attack Wing Span: 53' A-6E l TRUDER - Length: 54, 9" Height: 16' 7', The A-6E Intruder is a twin engine, sub-sonic, mid-wing Weight 27,800 lbs- monoplane, designed for true, all weather attack and carry a Gross Weight 60,000 lbs- payload of eight and a half tons. A wide variety of weapons Fuel Capacltyl 2,344 Sals- can be delivered without the crew ever having seen the ground Engines: TWO Pratt gl Whitney J57 P'8,5 or target' Speed: 560 Knots Operating Ceiling: 45,000 Feet Crew: 2 Squadrons Embarked: 1 I' 'Na A 4 4' li' ' Q 11 D I U J Q ... .:. v ..a .:. u , 4. 3, , . . -I L g I ! p I I A N-X XAQ' - ,i ,,,,gQW. . N EA 6B PROWLER The EA 6B IS a four place m1d wmg monoplane wlth a fully Integrated electromc warfare weapons system that combmes long range all weather capablllty wlth an advanced electromc countermeasures system Thls IS a modnflcatxon of the baslc A 6A alrframe Manufacturer Txme ln Fleet Mlsslon Wmg Span Length I-Iexght Wenght Fuel Capac1ty Engmes Speed Operatmg Cexlmg Crew Squadrons Embarked Gruman 8 Years Electromc Warfare 59 4 5 16 7 34 300 lbs 2 344 lbs Two Pratt 8: Whltney J52 P 408 s 525 Knots 35 000 Feet g ' ' 1 53' , ' l , ' U ' n pa , Gross Weight: 611000 lbsl : D 4 , A : 1 ii Bulb lf" 53-B PM Zz! ":"'L: 'l 'F 5' f55"f'L'5Vf"'.'7U':'lfflf 'x.I.f5g'A, 1' .' 'i:'.' '- i'.E. - . 1 :intl - H' fi S'lt2':ffllfL:iffrl'f!llfit lzlfxzat, ,:i:1:i-.'. -1. , ,. . . . . . . ,inn -.L.,....,:,-,,4 --,.......,- ,. ,fr -ya. ,W 1 A, ll KAI I ,I if . ' M 1 ' v-,J Af - ff! g , ...,-4-"K'k"L"X ' ' ' fl . ,... '.',: Ziigg. .25 ..., 1 ..:l,V:, ,::,:,f1V ,1.:,,,:,,,.,f: :E .:-, 7 .1,.,,. , --,V VLA' E' 'I,:V"'V - 4 -+ ::.f "2. :ffe'. iV?f:- 'A"2 5 '::2::" "'1: 'vqqu I lv M HTPDQ' E 0 ? W I ,...-.....,-s Ml I - 'M ---------- . T ' i . 1 1 wx f i X Q U X V 1 l -U L ri Operating Ceiling: 45 000 Feet KA-6D TA KER - 2 Squadrons Embarked: 1 The KA-6D Tanker is a modification of the A-6E airframe, designed to provide inflight refueling. Conversion to an A-6E configuration is possible, just as is the possibility of modifying the A-6E to an aerial tanker. Manufacturer: Gruman Time in Fleet: 16 Years Mission: Air-to-Air Refueling Wing Span: 53' Length: 54' 9" Height: 16' 2" Weight: 27,800 lbs. Gross Weight: 60,000 lbs. Fuel Capacity lExternal Incld.l: 6,000 gals. Engines: Two Pratt 8a Whitney J52-P-8's Speed Wlaximuml: 560 Knots 1 1, - 2 X A 15. ? ' 'll 'll' .. , . ix' X Gross Weight 21 000 lbs SH fl-I A Fuel capaaf 831 als KIG The SH 3D f H Sea Klng IS a class IB alrcraft deslgned for both shore and shlpboard operatlon It ns used to detect ldentlfy track and destroy enemy submarmes KASWJ detect ldentlfy and track antl shlp mlssle threats and warn frlendly surface vessels nn the area CASMDJ provnde loglstlc support CUt1l1tyl and to provlde ln search and rescue QSARD as requmred Manufacturer Snkorsky Alrcraft Tlme ln Fleet 18 Years MISSION Search Amr Rescue 8z ASW Rotor Span Length 55 2 5 I-Ielght 17 2 Welght 19 250 lbs 9 9 Engmes Two General Electrnc T 58 GE 10 s Speed fM5XlmUml 120 Knots Operatmg Cellmg 12 O00 Feet Crew Squadrons Embarked ': , . , : . .. .- I, ' . . ..: , : 4 - .. . , . . , 0 -1 l S , ! nn' 1, 1 : 62' , 1 as .. an : ,' . 1' L :al ' 1-I1 .1 .:.f- v -.ss 1.4 1-.,. -ps W ' f-, r- '2 'Bibb ml '.E:t"Y ' 'VV' " 'F 5'f'1?'?'i'S'5'At33?.'7E'f?"f'E5.'Q.Q:lH-C .E frm .' 1 . .A 1 inn! I' :glJilff':'lel':l1lelkyfxairfzlltlli ,:,.f.:a: '. i.:::w.:. '. . , - . , . . . . , ,, LY, ,---, .V--A.-,A -, -, .-zvff-:M F, , A Ill " l I PP C '12 5'i?l'f3??if!?Yft5ElfQ V 0 f --N. ..i... , N'-----75:1--.----U--.-4...-.... :,. 1: '--'-:.:f.,.,.., L if l l A 3, 1 A336 till 4 U llllrl Manufacturer: Gruman Time in Fleet: 13 Years E-2C HAWKEYE - Length: 57' 6" The E-2C Hawkeye is an all weather, carrier and shore Slelglgzu 18, 4U based advance early warning and control aircraft that patrols G 619 t' , 1 39,000 lbs- task force defense perimeters to provide early warning of ross Weight' 52,000 lbs- approaching enemy aircraft and to vector intercepters into Fuel Capaclty: 1,560'9alS- attack position. It is also capable of strike and traffic control, Engines: I TWO T'56'A'425,5 area survelience, SAR guidance, navigational assistance and Speed lMaxm?'f'ml: 300 Knots communication relay' Operating Ceiling: 27,000 Feet Crew: 5 Squadrons Embarked: 1 C-1A TRADER The C-1A Trader is an eleven place, 8 passenger, high wing aircraft. It's varied designated uses include use as an instru- ment and multi-engine trainer, light transport, administrative or utility aircraft and carrier qualification trainer. It can oper- ate from land or carrier. Manufacturer Time in Fleet Wing Span: Length: Height: Weight: Gross Weight: Fuel Capacity: Engines: Speed: Operating Ceiling: Crew: Squadrons Embarked: Gruman 24 Years 69'8" 42' 163377 21,500 lbs. 27,600 lbs. 520 Gals. Two Wright 1820-82's 180 Knots 14,000 Feet 3 None lOne AfC onboardl ,,..,--v Y QA, e J - , 1. .M--F . 1 It .H- :xi Mit:-:f.A:.T... v-- 1. .p awI'g'.T xp p. o'mara ., ',,yiN :...,,.,,.... RQ! 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Y ,, , . .,,,, ,,,, , W, K. li r Forrestal, Spruance And Savannah fRefueling ' V 1 .if V ' e. demora LL p o mara i i i i Q i F Y - , ifwfu, !.,,?5 V4-,gif -Y f -1 .-.1,.7,-.,,-51.-1 , - l Y 4 V Y I - - xv uw - 'f -- T-'S+-12 14'-'-245'-'1 1'-'F-e'1i,L62:E'QJ-'E'zfrrg--c:":.-.fi-?"1--0-K' -19' -cr: -Try: .::- - .4 -.7 ., .v-.r4f..,-. -.v--.:-fl-.Q-.-f..---. -.., ,..-..,,,.4.- . , , -. -- fy -- A f ,:.'.:,-.ff-.4.:f:,, fa:-f ,,,.,. 1,-:J 2-5-ni- -5 - f - ff'-milfiunilzgQ:Q':'y,e,gg,,:-2Tgg,J-,ry - ?,v,,:.3,g3L ' ' gs Y - j l g ' ' .011 F1 . ,Nm pafg o we-Ink 'Mx .. ,AWK 4 W . gy.,-jx? ,Up -1' T,- K-11- 2" 5 '.i'yI..g- Rear Admrral James R Sanderson was born rn Selma Callforma and ralsed rn rural Fresno County Calnforma Admlral Sanderson underwent hrs mutual naval tranmng at the Umverslty of Washmgton and Wnllamette Umversnty and recelved has commlssnon rn July of 1945 upon completlon of Mldshrpman School at Columbra Umverslty New York Admlral Sanderson s nmtxal tours were as Gunnery Offrcer on the USS Mansfleld and USS Bausell He commenced flxght tralmng at NAS Pensacola Florlda rn January 1949 and became deslgnated a Naval Avlator m May 1950 In June 1950 Admrral Sanderson jomed Attack Squadron One Nmety Frve at Alameda Cahforma deploymg onboard the USS Prmcton Afterwards he attended General Lme School at Montery Callforma from December 1952 to July 1953 before reportmg to NAS Pensacola Flornda as a Flrght Instructor In October 1955 Admlral Sanderson reported to Attack Squadron Sxxteen deploymg on the USS Lake Champlam Admrral Sanderson served for three years as Arr Operatxons Offncer on the staff of Commander Carrrer Drvnsnon Four on board USS Forrestal from July 1957 to January 1960 Afterwards he became Operatrons Offncer for Attack Squadron Forty Three rn the replacement Amr Wmg Squadron at NAS Oceana Vrrglma In March 1962 he jomed Attack Squadron Seventy Slx onboard the USS Enterprlse as Executxve Offncer and later Squadron Commander Thus was followed by command of Attack Carrrer Arr Wmg Three aboard USS Saratoga In 1965 Admlral Sanderson entered the Natxonal War ' nf --N-. :..'--L -1:1 , , - , " 5 ' -- ' ' COMMANDER BATTLE FORCE SIXTH FLEET JAMES R SANDERSON RADM College and after graduating m June 1966 he served 17 months as Speclal Support Plans Offlcer Paclflc Area m the strategnc Plans and Pollcy Dlvlsron Offxcer of the Chnef of Naval Operatxons Washmgton D C He then spent a year as Executlve Assistant and Semor Arde to the Deputy Chref of Naval Operatrons In January of 1969 Admnral Sanderson took over command of the ammumtron shrp USS Ramer and Fleet as Deputy Chref of Staff for Operatnons and Plans In May 1971 Admxral Sanderson took command of the carrxer Saratoga Admnral Sanderson took the post of Deputy Commander Naval Strnkmg and Support Forces Southern Europe Headquartered ln Naples Italy In August 1976 he returned to Washmgton as Vice Drrector of Operatrons J 3 Jomt Staff Jomt Chlefs of Staff untrl January 1977 and then l Asslstant Deputy of Naval Operatnons for Plans Polrcy and Operatrons to January 1979 Admrral Sanderson took over command as Commander Task Force Snxty rn June 1979 Rear Admnral Sanderson s awards Include the Legion of Merlt wxth two Gold Stars the Dxstmgunshed Flymg Cross the Merrtornous Servrce Medal the Arr Medal wlth four Gold Stars Navy Commendation Medal wrth Bronze Star Merrtorlous Umt Commendatnon wnth Bronze Star the Korean Presxdentnal Umt commendatnon and the Vxetnam Navy Drstmgunshed Servlce Medal 2nd Class Admxral Sanderson rs marrned to the former Betty Lee Bradley also of Selma Cahforma Flagf 49 . , . A I , '. I T ' I ' . . ' , , n u , 1 Q n u c , n c . I , . . , . . .... . , , 7 W , , . . 1 . . . . . - . . . . , 1 . . . . f l 1 ' 0 , l - 7 - - - - . . . . N ' . ' in May of 1970 joined the staff of Commander U.S. Sixth . . , . . . . . p . , n , , . , p 9 1 ' . ' . v 1 I 7 ' . . ' , 7 7 X , . s 1 ' a 0 7 7 7 . , . , . . . ' 7 I ' ' W . . . . . , . . . . , n , . , . . 9 . . . ' 7 I 7 . 7 Q . 7 , . . 1 u n 0 , 7 7 ' l FLAG OPS J.B. Houston, Capt. W.V. Garcia, Capt. WAR AROOM T. weak R. Caldarella FLAG ADMIN 50 f Flag PAO T. J urkowskx J. Fox J. Groth A. Jehnskn 1 -, , D. Bradshaw WAR ROOM il J. Niedbala M. Hudson L. Posey FLAG BRIDGE J. Donovan V' 11 .sw - K. Werhan T. Carr R. Carson Flagf51 X -A "' F " QA- I L ADMIRAL'S BARGE S. Dehline D. Forbes ' R. Thomas R. Olsen COMM lf UI 'sv ff H' ,. If , I! , 1 ' W A i I ! ' . ': I I ll ' X' l l J-Q54 y A R. Stevneson ' ,.R: S-W T. Pool t ' , lr ' ': 1 5 r ' REA 5. J ' ' R. Thomas L. Posey M. Hudson R. Bonilla J. Davis FLAG MESS J. Hayes G. Vance J. Glover L. Palbusa A. Deleyos J. Strayer M. Dudley F. Yeastedt FLAG BERTHING . Sli 1 ' 5 33aF1i"5., 14 ' 1 .. .3 yn. :Jw " A gn-.Rs -l.- -.- .-X . A K., .1 .su ,. At the helm of Forrestal for this deployment is Captain Edwin R. Kohn, a native of Smethport, Pennsylvania. He graduated from Pennsylvania State University with a degree in Industrial Engineering, and commissiond an Ensign in January 1955. He became designated a Naval Aviator in June 1956. Captain Kohn's first squadron was Attack Squadron Ninety- Five, flying the A-1 Skyraider. He then instructed in the Advanced Training Command. In 1964 and 1965 Captain Kohn had duty aboard the USS Hancock as Assistant CIC Officer and Assistant Operations Officer. While serving with Attack Squadron Fifty-Five in 1966 and 1967, he made two combat cruises flying the A-4 Skyhawks aboard the USS Ranger and the USS Constellation. His following tour was in the West Coast A-7 Corsair Replacement Training Squadron, VA-122, as Operations Officer. As Executive Officer and later Commanding Officer of Attack Squadron Ninety-Three, Captain Kohn made combat cruises aboard USS Ranger and USS Midway during 1970 and 1971. He graduated from the Naval War College in COMMANDING OFFICER USS FQRRESTAL E.R. "RUDI" KOHN Newport, Rhode Island, in 1972 and as Commander of Attack Air Wing One aboard USS Kennedy in 1973 was deployed in the Mediterranean Sea during the "Yom Kipper War". During 1976 and 1977, Captain Kohn commanded the replenishment oiler USS Kalamazoo. Prior to assuming command of Fotrestal on March 21, 1979, he served as Executive Officer of Naval Station Air Cecil Field in Jacksonville. With over 300 combat missions in Southeast Asia, Captain Kohn has been awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Bronze Star, two individual Air Medals, 30 StrikefFlight Air Medals, the Navy Commendations, two Meritorious Unit Commendations, the Vietnam Government Gallentry Cross and the Vietnam Service Medal with nine campaign stars. , Captain Kohn and his wife Maralyn have four children: Jennifer, Peter, Thomas and Edwin. The Kohn's live on Naval Station Mayport. I Capt f 53 E.D. VanRumund R.B. Ancayan E.C. Navarro E.E. Millard R.E. Sanborn H. Delaheny EXECUTIVE OFFICER TOMMY L. SANDERS, CDR Commander Tommy L. Sanders was born in Saint Louis, Missouri, July 24, 1936. After graduation from Hermann High School, Hermann, Missouri in 1954, he 'attended the University of Missouri from which he graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Education in 1959. He subsequently received his commission through the Officer Candidate School at Newport, Rhode Island in July 1959. After serving two years in the Heavy Attack Community as an A-3 BombardierfNavigator, he was ordered to fighter training and was designated a Naval Aviator in April 1963. He joined VF-41 after completing the F-4 readiness squadron syllabus in VF-101 and made three cruises including a combat cruise aboard USS INDEPENDENCE in 1965. In October of 1966, Commander Sanders returned to VF-101 as a tactics instructor and Landing Signal Officer for two years of duty prior to entering the Naval Post-graduate School in 1968. He graduated in December 1969 with a Master of Science Degree in Computer Systems Management. He reported to CVW-14 as Senior Landing Signal Officer and completed a two-year tour including a combat deployment aboard USS ENTERPRISE. In May 1973 he reported to VF-142 as the Executive Officer and in June 1974 became commanding Officer. Following this command tour, Commander Sanders was assigned with the Bureau of Naval Personnel in Washington, D.C. as a personnel manager. In December of 1977 he was again ordered to VF-101, the F-14 readiness squadron and assumed command in January 1978. Upon completion of this tour, Commander Saunders was ordered to USS FORRESTAL and assumed the duties as Executive Officer in October 1979. Commander Sanders' decorations include the Distinguished Flying Cross, 10 Air Medals, 2 Navy Commendation Medals, and the Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry with.Bronze Star. He has flown over 170 combat missions and has accumulated over 3100 flying hours and over 750 carrier arrested landings in the F-4 and F-14. xofss R 56fLega1 LEGAL D. Middlebrooks E.R. Arbogast J.J. Ramirez J.P. Gambardella R. Christoph R. Larkins MA. Boyson fLegal Officerj ri' TTT, -v 2 11'-E532-:1Hxizkfiseszzz-flfi' V . .. 4 Maisie-wWH r?f,f1:1:1 ..,.eggaw-:Q-rr yt:-2 -. 1... 'a , 5-51 ' -- f1 ,w:s:f 'i42ffag34af2'l1 'J -' --fufff fv:41b:5:i2.,-if-L M e s. mf, Ak, ,vf:., -M35-45,-J..-.127-,f -',- .-.-fy Q1-V.- , ..an l 4... CMAA f . N 1 R. Sweet ll -Y W e , . ,A e A lm COMMAND 'sg .. f -.,,.,, r. -, J Y, , ' ? ? 1 e e e - - e R- Applegate e ' e' W M . ,, e - D. Walker M Q A e lV 1 - ee e , I... Harris H. Shiver T. Jefferson CMAAf57 58fCMAA MAA'S C. Johnson J. Miller R. Morgan A. Sajonia G. Mendez U. Funderfurk D. Felton E. Blanco W. Faines A. Enriquez J. Christman D. Stoll B. Howell M. Isenberg W. Hubbard E. Parnell J. Hill T. Free C. I-yI1Cl'1 B. Hayes R. Paquin H. Hoover A- Brown D. Torres T. Langford R. Cabibbo J. Pearson L. Coheen C. White C. Johnson ' 2. lIQ'll'7,1?f'.?,, . L v +. Q. .i:.S.'-lf HW' J N. nik . 'im-:"f?ai'.1f2- 1-1.r ww - "' ' Sl-IIP'S 3-M P. Bowden J. Nash J. Booker A. Jolhson Salmons I-Iromadka Sanders Cregan D 3-M 159 60 f Chaplains B. Detty T. Grisaffi G. Geoffrey PLAINS OFFICE CI-IAPLAINS PROTESTANT CHAPLAIN WILLIAM SMITH CATHOLIC CHAPLAIN RAYMOND ROY T3 2 X SHIPS LIBRARY J .A. Hernandez R. Bansfield Ni? 4 7, Chaplains X 61 :P . .,,, L ADIVIINISTRATIO ADMIN OFFICE L. Birdwell P. Ervin A. Craun E. Malboeuf D. O,Connor K. Cilliam ADMIN OFFICER E.J. MALBOEUF I 1 I 62fAdmin IIA, .. WALTER. 'T' -'nf '-eau. , I : 'f.!Ti22' -553: 112. CAPTAIN'S OFFICE f' R. Heffernan L. Dusablon J. Gengenbach I... Williams Jr C. Morrison F. I-Iughs --H-i n rv lk "3 Admin f 63 l 64 f Admin R. Foster H. Snell D. Blanchi R. Coverstone S. Pulverenti G. Smith H. Davis S. Wemer M. Williams S. Foster POST OFFICE CAREER COUNSEQER L. .,. ., . wg, , 4...- 1 C. Mcllvaing M. Robison J. Herrera S. Staniszewski M. Fulmer Admin f 65 N A ,- j . . ' n "J 52 .3 . 1- 'H . .r L. 1'- 1-, 1.1 +1 5. i.. "A 17: 'v 1. . 4 , 1 I hh' ?" .. 7., A . , ,- ,H -, A e,T .K -,,... , . M - - ----N , -' -- - - '--' f'1" " '- . - ' V V- ff -Q-.z.f:+1:1:b,.1.lL-. f- 1- 13, : -s-Xw:,r:-- H -t' f S. . K H,-.,,..h. .. .. .. ,. , . f ,J A 1- N -R , V ,Agn L .e.s....x f . ,lx .H ,N , ,AK ,,,N-+1-,..,,.,,.., -3'-1 -e,..f....-a E Thorson T D0l'l9h00 A Stevens S Walker C Pabon I Q 1 l v W N -- -2 V . 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Smith SPECIAL SERVICES: D- M00dv 2 I 4 68 mdmm ,C - SPECIAL SERVICES: K..J.McLaugh1m TV ANNOUNCERS TI-IE DISC JOCKEYS R Brugger J Glgenbach Q Acree J Flelds H Egger B Egan B Marshall PAO fTV STUDIO S Martm G Romano D Baum Gagne Johvet Bullock Egger Knot shownl Harlow Trapoda Marshall Walters Waldley K I I TRAINING OF F ICERS C. Weber W.C. Hunter D.M. Gardner TRAINING TRAINING OFFICER WILLIAM C. HUNTER 70 f Training I.. Frederick J. Dukes D. Marcial J. Griffing J. Gary L. Lebeauve A. Stearns G. Bodenshactz EDUCATIGNAL SERVICES .7 J. Dukes G. Eason me Training f 71 ri HRMO T. Glaza L. Crocker 72 f Training I DIV N. J enmngs 911 BRAVO SNOKWG AREAS ,P-fy ' SAFETY SAFETY OFFICER MARVIN E. HOBBS ggh.,..' , ,,.. . ,,. ,,,, . .. , . . , , . ,:,'Qgg.,E Llgg ," SAFETY DEPT. T 2 1 x 1 x M, I-Igbbs J. Mertz T. Roblee R. Turner L. 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Dajnowski D Baumelster B Hebert . ' Q B. David J. Carpenter W. Spigner D. Anderson J. Billington D. Lamoureax Navigation f 77 OPERATIONS OPERATIONS OFFICER DONALD B. HUNT I OY DIVISION I 78 fop J.R. Crisp D. Larsen S.J. Staniszewski RS Ct LD Nwo erations Q ri F OCD F GR THOUGHT 'N-is 1-'fl' C.A. Wenger D.F. Bew T.J. Kissinger J.R. Purkat A.D. Schmidt S.R. Shaylor A. Bentley B.E. Curtin L. Dawson D.T. Harris R.M. Thomas N.N. Wold R.S. Kidd W.C. Moore mums 'V' CIC OFFICERS Q' Operationsf79 OA: WEATHER OFFICE f f 'E T, Riggs K. Foster T. Henry S. Smith J. Coots J. Armstrong R. Hunt M. Osterhouse P D. Rachelewfsky ,. ...Q-ur.-. . .rid ,....,.f-,4,,:-f- -- f OA: WEATHER OFFICE ' 2 E rv 1 it, fi TX-L.. Q- 5 x, W. Harald uh B. Poore M. Waterbury P. Waidley G. Moody K. Cain S. Herman Weather X81 ----------u-u-nw R.L. Eide L. Ensley J.I-I. Daniel S. Badnek P. Furze T. Rominger T. Wright il. Velez S. Bobinski R. Leasure T. Skahen ,,.,- ns,-,.1,,.,..-,. ..,....vv,f. .V ...U .,,,,, ,,. ,. ,. ATO CCA D. Noonan W. Elloitt S. Lane 3, rrp.: x , , 2 1 1. . fi . 941' - ,f ef " 'iwiiggg' 3-I ' :fir Zisgfz' 251:35 , CCA L. Ensley R. Anderson S. Bobinski W. Wright P. Furze AIR OPS S. O'Donnell M. Zimmerman B. Howell M. Cannon M. Mecca P. Pierce T - .M R. Leasure T. Skahen K. Thompson J. Rogers S. Badnek W. Wright I. Velez W. Snyder Operations f 83 QE A DMIN "1 CAPTAIN VIDEO TV REPAIR C.R. Peples F. Keller J.P. White J. Ponzko J. Daniel L. Thomas F. I-Ianehan J. Spiegner R. Ware T.C. Galanedes W.G. Rochester M. Williams M. Nellis K. Zentgraff A, Grant J. Barne T. Treviso J . Kindell 84 j Operations J Ji? I W iii ll Qs I OE: COMM NTDS L. Alvarez W. Bradshaw L. Brown J. Calhoun C. Cockrell K. Moore J. Cook W. Fisher J. Gordon D. Gruszkowski D. Hengel O.P. Danysh D. Hilbrand J. Keener J. Kohrs P. Newkirk H. Pickens L. Bryant S. Burton C. Carter R. Eagle J. Gresham G. Hayman G. Mauch V. Mayer T. Miller W. Rochester L. Solis C. Thompson R. Ware M. Whitehouse J. Powelka' M. Chaney L. Houser J. Holbrook Operations f 85 page-M as 1' Wag. 17 ,,,.,..i, . ne.. . Y V 4 l 1 1 , --H 4. :Tug -gnu -'Q-rw,-,.---' - .-.-fx.-1..,.....1 -- ...f..,f.. .,,,,,,, J. Kuske M. Foreman D. J. Reed D. Lawson Mellichamp K. George D. Collins T. Proeger W. Foldi P. Quintiliani J. Lee F. I-Ianehan R. Wilson A. Powell w w 4 I l 86 f Operations T 1 l l R.I-l. Nichols J.R. Nevin D.I.. Bowling D.L. Schadler R.C. McCoy GA. I-Ieisser D.R. Larsen L.O. Ellis F. Taylor K.K. Schneider J.E. Dickerson T.R. Williams E.M. Reeves 'T.W. Glore OI DIVISION OI DIVISION J.A. Van Lue R.C. McCoy W.K. Patterson R. Fugich J.A. Macey J.R. Durden J.T. Adkison T.H. Fanslau G.A. Wilson J.E. Moulton Operations f 87 -- w.....---1 I 1--..-.-. - OI DIVISION Ir' C.A. Moore D E. Dziadowicz L. Dawson S.F. Childress S.A. Staten J.M. Stewart K.F. Hempe W.D. Lackie C.R. Cooper R.D. Hamilton R.L. Gullien J .W. Coker 88 j Operations R.G. Meeks WR. Porter F.R. Scroggs J.A. Tanes C.J. Brown J.R. Purkatt S.J. Kovach L.D. 'Munchow S.M. Hall D.J. Leist B.F. Clayton ,l,.l-.- 44. OM DIVISION T.M. Bailey C.E. Wilfong B.W. Kennedy R.C. Austin J.R. Sowers S.J. Murray R.W. Franklin G.S. McCarter T.M. Bailey S.D. Frost D.C. Brown A.E. Baker P.D. Ball J.S. Drehs S.J. Tragale Operations f 89 SHOOT CREW THE C. Dement B.J. August W. McCoy COLOR PRINT J .M. Adams S.C. Sherlock C. Wilhite E.V. Guess PHOTO LAB 90 f Operations G.B. Smithson M.R. Lamoureux E.A. Demora -5 '-- -- - '--- A -- , 1 - Y - Y YJ- .Y..,L 1 , J - , , ,,,,, . A 1: ,, , nm, - , , , , - - :A..f,,,.-1-L,,...-........-. A.,....,..,L.,,., D,L, Blackman cvlc PHOTO WB' Coman R. Kuehner S.D. Hoffman T. Decaire M.R. Lamoureux Operations f 91 :1 BLACK 8a WHITE Y W -A -- - lvvfsqwfl' L' -fps -,,V. .f -.1 . .:,., . .-,ff -5- .. -M.. -. J . YV, ,, ,.,.. . ,- ,, 5 .. . v J-, V , V , A -. . -- iff.: . 'ff 1-5-3T'2f:?:E-5-gg, YQ -2 32 A - Vf '1 . , -' - ' k .. 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Wertenbaker frightl D. Rhodes W. Fritsch D. Lauaguer T. Cool T. Guy C. Rogers K. Pisons MISSION PLANNING KL to RD E.C. Barnes A.W. Hayes JR. Yates M.L. Smith D.B. Bostian R.C. Hale M.W. McGovern R.H. Wagner D.A. Arnold J. Schulman Nfy!I9' bxhi 'fa-nz-w-ff-1-14 , - Y --H- PRIF LY CAREER COUNSELOR R.C. Hale 4XfX' AXC HANDLER R.J. Castor, Jr. n 5 K I .V X .L x A A , 'Af H L fi A "X sf- vr ,, ,f 5 X,,f B.M. Wilson M.W. McGovern J.D. Tykwinski J.S. Sollars R.D. Wilson W.E. Turnbough M.D. Chrisman M.W. Roden V-1 L.H. Lippincott L.T. Hunter I., if .Z -fw l 15? ll I' '4, fftzi ? v '- is l rl s if me FLY 2 M.E. Moore J.A. West H. Johnson A.L. Willis W.E. Thomas R. Chamberlin M.C. Hart C.G. Banker D.M. Truesdell B.A. Johanson D.E. Mincks P.M. Banker R.H. Cummings . FLY 1 K-W. Warlaw Spivey D.A. Phifer A.A. Sanchez E.M. Conners WM. Gammgn M.E. Williams M.W. Bennet R.E. Creamer L.A. Pope J.H. Riggs J.E. Puckett TLD. I-lenkels J.J. Schulman P.L. Rosado FLY 3 S.E. Lewis D.W. Savers T.C. McCray D.R. 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Halle L. Krygler KLEFTJ W. Lovorn J.I-I. Smith R. Kelly J. I-laddick D. Landrigan D. Clark E. Maye D. Smith G. Shoblock T. Dutton D. Robinson R. Pritchard CLAMP T. Miller CURl T.J. Smith R. South J. Busby J. McKnight M. Yount S. Pagan R. Dorman R. Rebolloso J. Steadham KLRD R. Byrum D. Powers R. Wimmer J. Titterington R. Sigal L. Lionel J. Bjornuick DOCUMENT CONTROL DATA PROCESSING f DAY C. Diaz N. Frabotta M. Fluxe D. Payne D. Pulin D. Kelly R. Jablon A. King D. Johnson R. Mellon S. Chadwick C. Wells M. Einwick J. Cook W. Nunally R. Warren R. Delhierro M. Murphy DATA PROCESSING f NIGHT ik .L " ' 'MW Y - ' - Q-Q-Q., - a 11? S.W. Jones W' Rigney EDFMAPJS W. Rigney S.W. Jones T.L. Smith E. Thomas C. Littles G. Carlson M. Harris D. Freeman G. Estep J. Simon x K A f 'I X 4 - Q rf- X X ii? m Supply f 161 A. MEDICAL SENIOR MEDICAL GFFICER GEORGE E. HILL THE DOCTORS J. Fetchero T. Williams I T. Powell G.E. Hill R.A. Mayo FLIGHT SURGEUNS MEDICAL ADMIN OFFICER 'Q 'GPI J gi, . A I A Us Y Y fp e I 162fMedical R. Smith . I MEDICAL ADMIN GFFICE MEDICAL RECORDS A . S. Colter P. Mullins J. Smith G. Fagan R. Long --Q -f, 3, I P IZ R. Dial, M. Brousse, A. Hernandez I-I. McKinney B, Manley M- Swanka R.A. Sassman D. Stetson l SHOT CLINIC T. Morgan G. Bennet R. Marlar Medical f 163 . if?-... -'Av I ,. V yqvrfs-rv ,fr -f 3 nt. up-W 3 fu .- PREVENTIVE MED. FLIGHT DECK AID D. Schintz R, Loax J. Fetchero D. Drummond J. Spagnulo AVIATIO P. Nelson H. Hildebrand T. Knapp 164 fMedical K. Dittel P. Bordinat W. Robles T. Williams l R. Siller EMERGENCY ROGM X-RAY: R. Henderson R. Dawson R. Schaller SUPPLY: C. Cephas K SUPPLY ,-.., i i 5, Y, will D. Kubiak S. Bernier Medical X165 M. Beebe +1111 LAB: S. Rome 166 fMedical K. Toine P. Bratton :ifg...,.-,,.11:2?lL1y:-,gg,-,f,1,.,.-,.-,,.,,..,.,ff,,N, ,im ,,.,, V, 77,7 Yi W W Yiiwvii Y ' ' IQH G. Lightbourne, K. Bittel Med1ca1f167 N x 1 ff 1 x A ,A -rf.-W..,..,:,g,',3,,1.LW A "9-'vrgg i1':'H'- Lg: --11:4-,-:,....,...-- ---- 168 f Dental DENTAL DENTAL OFFICER STEPHEN J. ANCOWITZ my-C' 5-J- Anwwifz G-H. Graf R.E. Dearmond M.D. Zollars DENTAL TECI-IS A. Smith W. Jordan P. Algood D. Bianco F. Newton J. Edwards R. Robinson A. Rillorta J. Angele R. Marshall E. Diaz W. Armstrong B. Tante jj' Dental f 169 -Lumiani gm-1-n.,.g :,5g-Eg-1-,rv-.,,,,-H '- fl- V f 'lpn ar.-...--1-1---A-A+-- -' --'-- ,ff mm MQ, "'Uun-pw. s 4 l X ., rw- 'nqfxx N VA ' V1 'Na xl - ii XX A.. COMMUNICATIONS COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER C. Rodgers W. Scudder R. Anderson R. Lanphear R. Cochran 1 72 Communications -1- A. Salas B. Green D. Wright D. Kerr D. Otis J. Black A.I-Iericks W. Strauch R. Hearns R. Krcelic P. Squassoni D. Pohlmann P. McGowan T. Ray M. Hilldale T. Richard M. Wellcome P. Cromartie J. Young B. Smith W. Martin S. Hester R. Boegel V. Roundtree I. Porter B. Nelson . 'Q i , sl ll V. Rm .X 'gl lil ll gr? 'A A jx. g. il, il ,V gall ii ,1, M 'ri ill, 3 'Qui '.' A 4.4 l A..-'f 'Q ill'-3 jg! I 4 l in-ary, I l X E ' w 3 1 ' ' .- l in Vi- Ez V inf '. U 4 :lad r Y' i A, 3, X H. ll 1 . , P iil , f f ' 'rr' 1 L'-Ai iw.: A Y W ,-,,.v.f..wwf -if ' .4112 A . . i , x f 2 L ai J i24'iTHHTf.Wl 1 V-'I .1 5 it l .' gl P7 l ww :ggi " A- ?f,"i ' Y.-v.f..i I J. Gonzales J. Laprairie T. Lietzke K. Simkins D. Wright V. Breen W. Brown A. Gibbs M. Collins L. Walls M. Pacheco J. Higgins J. Hardin R. Gerard M. McCullough M. Brumley G. Thacker Communications f 1 73 C, Winterstein, PM Milk? K. Gifford D. Brodzinski A. Cotton W. Jackson CS DIVISION Q ,:AL "'- -'fwwgxb I '-uni. V. - .,IVI, fi., '5 1 I L1 IKE 'S J I 4-QI Allbee . Loomis Saldana Brodzinski Ward B S X R I D L l xx. 1 wx xxx XM 'fp' A ,, I- ,, i' 1' v ' 2,5 Y-,I ji ' . PM .iff jf ' ' --id ' 1 -. 2 Visa? I. 45 -fa, 4 I 3. 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Geerts J. Hughes W. Gavin D. Stewart BR. Shirley J. Courson G Wlrth S Cutcher L Wolfe G. Harper G Lorlck M Babb M Smlth S Houghton R. Jones 5:2 D. I-Ioopes R. Bertsinger W. Wilkerson D. Simon J. Hamilton M. Bourgeois M. Epp T. Mytty D. Young R. Mendoza R. Choate T. Riddle D. Welty PRODUCTION gl MATERIAL CONTROL 180 fAIMD T . AQ Y Y-wr r JET SHOP fozw TEST CELL D. McLaurin P. Bibee C. Norton S. Freeman M. Judd D. Stepple Rivera Rush Clayton Titus Hartzfeld B1 AIMDf181 JET SHOP f NIGHT L. Kessinger J. Cresta T. Williams M. Bradley D. Darlington A. Montgomery J. Strickland P. Ryan A. Stewart W. Mackay AIRF RAMES f DAY J. Olivares F. Alfano R. Reynolds J. Erikson' 182 XAIMD 'Y' 71 '-1 -fi- Reynolds . McClory Steele Sullivan .. ,B S. Gwin J. Wilkerson E. Baro J. Friend J. Billirus L. Vergel De M. Barnard BUDDY STORES Dios AIRFRAMES f NIGHT Rodriguez Radzwion Briegel Garrett Clark AIMDf183 HYDRAULIC SHOP may f X Englert Colson Bridgeman Coggins Paradero M. Christian C. Graves W. Lanclitz N. Balfour T. Olden ...- Q. A, Y .pf-""i' 184 XAIMD nf' Q. Washington M. Recidoro T. Quinn F. Palmer G. Mohler S. Schramm T. Lesso TIRE SHUPXNDT SHOPXSOAPUNOAP ANALYSIS Ll V T r F Il 49 AIMDX 185 ---- A' Sheaffer Weech Tenk Haas Koon McBane Brown - -up , ii-Q.Q I If ii F 3 .9 Y fm.. COMM fNAV J. Webster J. Yarbrough T. Canniff J. Bruno D. Burgess K. Duncanson K. Wildes M. Ballway J. Stone D. Prescott C. Bell G. Nadeau J. Albenese K. Taylor ' T. Barker J. Claybrook K. Shurtliff D. Richardson COMM fNAV D. Richardson J. Batchelor D. Perez D. Mashett A. Bouchie T. Ledbetter S. Stone K. Low D. Lang J. Jacobsen S. Hill C. Finley J. Eutsey G. Burton J. Wooldridge S. Ward K. Baker W. Shaw J. Marrero ...md . rig, , . -mwT .,r:4Q.B.7,L...4 - :gli 1. YF F' lj? 2'-"Z pljBS 1. w X v. 4 Q 1 X , ff . Z. sk , - - 'I 'W " ' A ,, 1.1 V ,Nl Il JG if ' -M . , , gg f ,g , - f ff ' , ,W ,. ' pink ' 4,5 ' .rx 1 32-yr ' V ' A FET- , , , ,rg'H,i: A ii ,V M K ' " 1 Lf .J ' Q ' A I 4 5 ,j w 1" . ,211 I 3,172 V - Y Q!'h " -. " vw 5 1 Y, 2.f,3Q6i5f' . ,F 'V ,, 1' ' if 'hy 11 ' f i ' -' V . Jffiif f 1 , . My 5 '.'L'ffQ,Q2f -2ff",9i1 , ,If 1 ""f1fHff: 'fam J J.: . , , ., ,, 9, 3, 4, ,.., M' 1 A ' 1 .:'mf7 ,T 'ff ' 3,314-1 -PW. .-if -MY.. 51 A+ 'fiif' '- 1 ' Q1-' rim ,J -S' v' 1" '. fa .- ' - 3 5725. f V 5251 " ' ' ,v ,P .Q uf, ' f 1 g ,V Y: .w , V Eat ..., f v 1 v Q -5, if v If V 1 A .2 ,. - ,.wQ:.xQ:?:..f:2f- rf: J: ,- , .V - , ..,f:,v.:Qi-funn'-. Q-, rf , U., ..41:1zz:.Q:.:.-1-f---4 ' FIRE CGNTROL M. Herz R. Ince G. LeMaire E. Johnson T. Cordingley S. Faith FIRE CONTROL A. Dominguez E. Danis P. Burns M. Walker D. Brower W. Kohlberg K. Vaughn I.. Dutton J. Cunningham J. Robinson W. Gillette R. Strickland J. Inman D. Edwards J. Kinney M. Moore C. Thompson M. Burnett T. Walsh W. Bednarz A-7E SYSTEMS :SF . Y-..-..-.-- -.f- .V v---V - - - - - i,,,.Y,,,, ..,...,........i......,............,...,- V- ,ws----I-f---r,f.f. .i. .. mrifzvrzi . 4111: EYE., .,..,L:.. -..---A----Alu --w - - - f--- '- ' AIMDf189 190 XAIMD , ,,.,- DECM klh 'Er .V 1 JM.. Ex- I' .LL-,LX B. Jumpkin K. Manning I.. Scales G. Burkhardt B. Hickman B. Ulbricht R. Wiley W. Sarafin P. Totten W. Inman EA6B VANS B. Brown C. Underwood M. Lawson D. Briggs . Shurtliff Worshup Menzie Brumbley Ayers XZ 4 1 1 w 5 1 1 1 W Y Y 1 4 w I x i i V I r IPTS f MODULE REPAIR 192fAIMD W. McGinnis K. Kinciade G. Thompson S. Purkapile G. Watley J. Hunter ARMAMENT M. Carolina T. Cummings P. Munoz D. Duncan C. Mach T. Newton M. Dower J. Catlett J. Jefferson L. Mitchell S. Pendleton R. Lynch K. Medley VAST fN1GHT D. Giroux J. Beasley S. Waidley T. Sloop B. Sullivan P. Cznowski A. Simpson F. Apodaca D. Moyer G. Blake E. Autry S. Shields F. Hager C. Bischoff M. Edwards R. Shupp M. Gregory E. McKav A. Armagost B. Bailey D. Branham L. Pitzer H. Stevens J. lmmel T. Sales L. Camacho l..,....,:-ff"""' -a-,,,.f Cn: V lx ,. , 'H .L V ,QL ra .,,. ll f e 52. Jigsaws GSE f NIGHT 8a DAY Brooks O'Bryant Franscisco Delprete Parrot Purvis Jeffries Wolcott Van!-Xcker C, Harpole W.J. O'Mara E. Moya P. Syas M. Mundell D. Inge J. Shepherd E. A9Ui1'1aQ-3 W. Atkinson C. PaL1lLlS E, Pereyra E. Olbert D, Wggd W. Palmer E, Vil-ay R. Kidd J. Rivero J. Millinder W. Minnich CW. White J. Waiolama J. Renier R. Hildebracht L. Smith R. Vanthof P. Nitchman G, Crow PME l JJJJJ 'J J. Baker K. Whisenant K. Martin R. Pillsbury M. Jones L. Griffin M. Perry J. Brownlee M. Burnham K. Roop D. I-luminik R. Fornecker M. Gehl K. Bringle M. Jerominek J. Kimball 194 XAIMD PPOXCOGP .Ni V- -N -N l A +V-...M ,A Ni-. P. Pinto S. McBride K. Coleman D. Howe ,liigwgi C-1AfCOD CREW - -'- '--if-H" if-,--. L.',.1"'..4L .' . .SL Procknow Evitts Anderson Fife Pitzer Quarrels Doyle Ward Gentile AIMDf195 -im 196 f Deck DECK lst LIEUTENANT KARL W. MILLER ASSISTANT RICHARD F. BURNA SHIP'S BOATSWAIN JACK D. STRANGE M.S. Niver .E 1 I ,mimi-435-1'xszR"' 4 P M .. I 1st DIVISION PMS CREW 2nd gl 3rd DECK CREW G.F. Graf S.C. Moore M.W. O'Brien J.J. Manna R.H. Collins M.W. McDaniel J.W. Sakal J.l'I. Fleming '1'.E. Rennick A.O. Davis M L. Henry F.W Ohmacht J.L. House C.W. Pease , G.D Russell R E. Culpepper Deckf197 -1 m'TTl5I7'ZfT"f.fiz'r:'Zi5.4...:.'-1':.s L-.. 2nd DIVISION OFFICE T. Rosenthal E. Moore J. Lindsey M. Niver SPONSON 47: R. Bell R. Frank Deck f 199 Q Y , gj'---fJ-'v-- -P-ff' f '- ,V -Y 'i g ff f"1-- . n1y.gsqvvr:uvxI .:::,..:r:,L.I:x1':f Fenhhr Todd Byrd Parsons Calmes Cass M. Lockett D. Wilson M. Belote W. Gore J. Smith J. Kurrack K. Dawson S. Dunn .I,..,,. 2nd DIVISION BERTI-IING I 5 Deck f 201 3rd DIVISION 202 f Deck R. Kurtz D. Thompson J. Duarte J. Williams R. Cooper J. Heard R. Bates L. Clifton M. Norvold Y- ':ai?5 ' Ii- Ax PAINT LOCKER: M. Quaterman 4-X Deck f 203 l v r 1 x 4 1 F 1 I.. ' .? gh 1, I . ,Q 6 L, L , W rl- fl lff Ei E. L, L. 'Q F4 if 5 5' D 2 1: Q 1 sv R9 Tl' 2-I X i f S.Cannon T. Lace B. Doherty L.Sms P.Ckmg J. IJuffy R. Carstensen J.GM S.Robbmson R. Ortega 2o4fDeck 9793105 BOAT DIVISIGN ,gg-rr, , - Y - f 0- ' 4,-.Q 1-' -4' 11.3-"', Q -s.r- -.., Y.-fllgi-fgiqr Q +A- ,fix-5 ggxfi 1, .mi-x"?s.a4A -rung ...1 fy ' , ' , , x 'Ny x .,',...f- Yu 4' .F .1 EI . 'sf V N", 1: 1'f .. .U , , if l x ,U , . 3.1 ,,. w 1 X 1 - I + 1 X 1 'A ii 3 'a 1 , 'A 1-I fl -1 f I -1 , J 'fl L11 1 Pi Us in .fx DM , .4 Z,- J w w 1 vi W X 1 Deck 1205 Q 9 GUNNY: R. Williams lst SQUAD MARDET COMMANDING OFFICER EDWARD F. WELLS EXECUTIVE OFFICER JOHN F. KELLY D.F. Fuqua R. Castro E.L. Wells ' """ ---- - ',i . Q 1.- ,,.. . I-I.D. Thompson M.J. Savers L.A. Fields A.E. Holt J.F. Morrow R. Milton R. Moreno R.L. Ammerman V.J. Longoria G.L. Coleman J.M. Smurda M.W. Franklin K. Brooks G.J. McCullough T.S. Bianconi 151: H.J. Gruber J.F. Kelly S+., 2nd SQUAD l l B.W. Whittaker R.E. Davey J.F. Miller R.J. Leanna L.E. Maxwell R.L. Riddle V.A. Johnson W.A. Jenkins L.F. Wright L. Burkes M.R. McCair A.l. Simmons R.J. Quick D.W. Petefish E.L. Chronister P.D. Sterling D.J. Kulwicki Mardetf207 l zosfmafdef COLOR GUARD RTX' ,BB +11 BRIG SQUAD R. Villanueva F.A. Derrer G.K. Howard B.A. Tiemann B.T. Shaw B.W. Dodson B.D. Snide A.J. Westerhuis J. Quinine.. D. Crawford L.N. Canady T.F. Cumming V. Solis X, "w"""fg:F2"'z"7?'Y'?1 L " f fb n? - E ADMIN 81 DCPO'S S.D. Johnson R.R. Chirstensen W.V. Wheatly A.M. Birk J.R. Nelson R. Castfo P D.F. Fuqua Mardetf209 I Q 5, oil 5. :ggi :,: glib.-l--:ZH 3:1--, -pr ' COMMANDER CARRIER AIR WI G-1 210fCag ROBERT E. TUCKER, JR. Captain Robert E. Tucker, Jr. was born in the Panama Canal Zone in 1937. The son of a career Army officer, he entered the Navy in 1955 after graduation from high school, reporting first to USNTC Bainbridge, Maryland for recruit training and then to the U.S. Naval Academy. He was graduated and commissioned in June 1960. Captain Tucker's initial sea duty was with the USS Fletcher IDDE 445i where he served a three year tour as DCA and Engineering Officer. While attached to the Fletcher he made two deployments to the western Pacif- ic and participated in the recovery of the first manned space capsules in 1961 f62. In the summer of 1963, he reported to Pensacola, Florida for flight training and was designated a Naval Aviator in December 1964. Upon completion of the F-4 replacement training with VF-101 in Key West, Captain Tucker reported to the Tarsiers of VF-33. While deployed to the Mediterranean with Fighter Squadron Thirty-Three aboard the USS AMERICA he participated in the 1967 Paris Air Show and was awarded the Navy Achievement Medal for his aerial demonstration of the Slow Flight Characeristics of the F-4B. During his three year tour with VF-33, he made two Mediterranean Deployments, and some to the western Pacific, becoming the first pilot to attain 500 arrested landings on the USS AMERICA. In February of 1969, Captain Tucker reported to the U.S. Naval Test Pilot School at Patuxent River, Mary- land. While at Patuxent River, he served for two and a half years as a project pilot in the carrier suitability CAG g branch of the Flight Test Division, participating in the ACLS Certification of eight CV's and major carrier suit- ability testing of the F-4, F-8 and the RA-5C aircraft. In December of 1971, Captain Tucker participated in the Navy's first evaluation of the F-14, becoming the second aviator to fly the Tomcat. In the summer of 1972, Captain Tucker reported to VF-103 and served as the Sluggers' Operations Officer for two years. While deployed to the Westpac with CVW-3 aboard USS Saratoga, Captain Tucker and his RIO, Ltjg Bruce Edens, shot down a MIG-21 during a night intercept over North Vietnam. I-Ie served concur- rently as Air Wing Operations Officer during the last 5 months of that deployment, and has flown over 250 combat missions. ln June of 1974, Captain Tucker reported as Officer- in-Charge of VF-101 Aerial Combat ManeuveringfTac- tics Detachment in Key West. He served as Fighter Squadron Seventy-Four's Commanding Officer from Oc- tober 1976 to February 1978. During his tour with VF- 74 he recorded his 1,000th carrier landing. I-Ie currently has over 1,200 carrier landings. Captain Tucker's decorations include the Silver Star, Distingusihed Flying Cross, 16 StrikefFlight and two individual Air Medals, five Navy Commendation MedalS with Combat "V", the Navy Achievement Medal, Navi! Unit Commendation, Meritorious Unit Commendation, five Vietnam Campaign Ribbons and the Republic of Vietnam Cross of Gallentry with gold star. I r.. Q .,-wr .,,, ... X K , .,, , A. v . :YQ ,,v , .ff 1,- -H2 , :ww-:nm-.-mfrv-naqmmuvmw, V,-ur... , ' " H 1 f V f , , L ,. ewfi 15 , "H I' 5 255 ' ,W , 4 "1 , ,. f . -. ,1-Q, V , mqjzif W , gn, ,e.,.x , ' K . , www M,, l R, v. " W -, 1 ff 1 . 1 E' f ', we ' H - 3 , 1 .s L N, . , H Q , -1. , 1 Y ,na , -5. . a -,- , I f ,, ,, .Q " . mf' f : 'I ,, . ly Vw ' 4 ' us 152 is , , X w3h,WL.W ! tiff ..if,.,,i X , , lI,'x.,.2 1755? 'Pix-mfr '- Wi ' 331' jf? .LH Q Ska 154522 , ,Y . - j.w.1Q1,Q,'5' .fs-: M1 Q .J " 'lf fsQ'fj'jff ,H Q Wi-51351 If z. WS , W- 1111, kk Vi 4 U .1 154 gel Wa" 'ffl . 5215 QI? wxmhmw l 74 if AV ...IF me .gy -DH ' THE SKIPPER l THE OFFICERS l I-IS-3 COMMANDING OFFICER HAL PERRY EXECUTIVE OFFICER PAUL NELSON 212fHS-3 X X..-.I fx , H. PERRY B. HG!'mBl'1S0l'l J, Ferguso P. Nelson 5, Hurd R. Hall W- Marsh P- Peck W. Reuter J. Marshall M, Boswell M. Heise C- WOOTTICI' J. Waickwicz D, Smoge K. Page P. Pellegr R. Grose J. Gann M. Chena L. Fife 1 AIR CREW DIVISION G. Morrison, M. Jones, R. Fisher, D. Quinquinio, E. Crowley, H. Rhodes, R. I.ebeau, B. Bailey, D. Shilke M. Rubino, R. Nein. D. Wasik MAINTENANCE CONTROL R. Turner, B. Jewel T T T in A Stramanino R. Moncrief F. Madigan T. Dutton J. Lile R. Sams T. Wynn S. Jackson I HS 31212 WT "" I ,ffffff-'-j?37f1' "'D' ff' 'Aii I I'?' ' if ....--,,. l l 214fHS-3 PERSONNEL S. Holt D. Maronski T. Sullivan H. Barnett C. Rudolph FIRST LIEUTENANT D, Markle B. Morgan P. Newbold D. Fitzpatrick A. Braxton D. Alvarado H. Lehrer LINE CREW f DAY D. Proo T. Bellinger A. Scott W. Adams W. White W. Strickland E. Heinig L. Philpot J. Bezik W. Scally LINE CREW f NIGHT f'.7""'W' Y' " M. Lentell A. Cox T. Weier R. Mejia Hs-3f215 '45 Vi -5-1-1-if f n 'M' 'N i' QU THE' PARALOFT G, Mills I l 21efHs-3 Wawrzynski Lyle Clayton Hopkins King Av1oN1cs fDAY AVIONICS f NIGHT R. Usera J. Harrison S. Wilde R. Knox D. Tenner D. Albrckt G. Askew Isbell Pyatt Sturdevant Caldwell Eno Biroschik Tucker Vossen s HS-31217 l l 218 fl-15-3 ORDINANCE C. Mclntyre P. Littleton K. McClellen POWERPLANTS M. Ott J. Clark B. Cummings S. Taylor T. Nugent M. Jensen AIR FRAMES E.. Turner B. Twible C. Carson R. Macemore G. Zirlott F. Bowman T. Kent R. Barnes R. Anderson M. Evans G. Ranno F ORGOTTEN FEW C. Hildebrandt D. Budihas J. Partridge R. Gouin W. Bullis I. Debaeke J. Pyland J. Myers D. Henderson R. Graham J. McCormack Q. Felton R. Goggins D. Tivis P. Cary W. Day M. Nash ,, 1 -M .'ln'vo.Y -, ' P' srfxk exe., I IJ . .9 X' i. f"'i x Rodney Pumas and the Skipper ,, ad .8 HS-31219 THE OF F IC VS - 30 COMMANDING OFFICER ROBERT G. THOMPSON EXECUTIVE OFFICER RICHARD L. SHURTS R.G. Thompson R.G. Zajicek R.L. Shurts A.H. Jackson R.L. Felton D. Architze J.W. Jones F.M. Waterhouse W.H. Broome J.H. Bowell T.D. Johnston R.H. Fox T.R. Decker L.F. Marsh J.L. Solberg P.A. Jacobs M.C. Kiem G.J. Lockbaum 220 fvs - 30 T.A. Cote R.F. Coyle C.W. Dyer J.P. Haggerty M.D. Darby D.L. Cousins S.J. Grokulsky W.T. Busch S.C. Jones D.F. Kaluzny R A Wmn R.C. Brown W I- Ford P.G. Driscoll G T EQIQI' A.C. Littlejohn T E Hatley R.D. Dodsworth W H ROGYZIIGIIT1 L.F. Schneider B.A. Campbell G.W. Booker V.J. Bennett M f V 7 AW SHOP ffwjT""'1' "" '1"' g .tj ,, 1- V1-5 'mv ,ja - -' ' 'ng . 1 , PARALOFT J.D. Remmel o Q uhm, J .M. Jackson W.B. Crawford I, on A.R. Enriquez F R.L. Senback N f K, D.W. Harpel W.I... Hilton J.W. Skulsky B.E. Fleming J.E. Gaines J .B. Barnewall M.C. Maule J.S. Woodfill M.D. Blaisdell E.S. English P.R. Webb J.D. Redcay D.L. Nugent vs - 30f221 QUALITY ASSURANCE J.M. Akridge W.E. Johnson A.L. Levesque R. Samarripa ,""ff lllllllu jk 1 CAREER COUNSELOR PERSONNEL A S.D. Tharpe 222 f VS-30 M.T. Nelson W.E. Held R.G. Philbrook G.S. Collins S.T. Martin R.G. Bielecki ,F iw fa J.T. Maxwell DR. England S.D. Labbe C.W. Tyler V.M. Favorito W.F. McCoy R.L. Sensbach S.D. Labbe R.G. Bielecki M. X. STRAGGLERS ,xl E 1 ' 7Ufl,.,l 1' AMES l R.L. Sensbach J.L. Adams T.M. Gilham M.L. Bole l VS-3Of223 , .. ,,,,,,, , Reeder Anderson Pennington Renaud Johnson Gilliam Logan Edgar Azevado Guyette LINE f DAY J.F. Wert B.K. Francisco M. Cummings G. McDowell T.G. Clute J.A. Winkler HD. Black R.G. Ewing ' ' i R.G. Ewing I, R.I... Conley "K g X i T.J. Talley . 5' . f l M.D. Hobgood S.P. Mickel F.D. lnsana E.W. Blantz D. DeJarnette LINE fN1GHT -'sf VS-301225 R.W. Powden A. Becerra P. Ramirez D. Georginow J.D. Curl T.C. Roth F.L. Headley K.W. Martin B.C. Ross C.L. Hallam R. Lujan G.R. Trivett R.A. Plume J.L. Tanner M D. Hamilton J 226 f VS-30 TROUBLESHOOTERS l- ,-'fm' 2f,'Qf',1Qf'R' f " "'Tif2, Z ' f '... V , AAFX. 1 , 1' X'-1-,Tl xi-,W QE la 0 IQ ORDNANCE A. V .- . f N - I ' V A W VARY' L5 , q 4"3l? 'j:f, ' 1 -, - 5 A "' R ' ,QL-2' La, Eff-' ,.,29'i',:' Y Hf,' V , - 'L I yi, , A .L 5 , ' A"J P uv -- 1 - ' -1 ' f 'f', 5 F5.e.51,- , I 2. , " W frlnwfh ' .' K' ll, ' 6 --.l x V., 'L fx J - P r 0 A vga'-9 .1 C. Kavin W. Connor G. Fariss W. Holt J. Liranzo J. Olague N. Reed D. Roberts R. Ross R. Valentin J. Watson D.A. Wonsey S.P.. ,Courtney K.W. Summers D.M. Victor D.M. Edrington J.G. Fox R.W. Wellons J.B. Cole R.L. Taylor P.J. Mercado J .A. Hornbuckel P.H. O'Fallon VS 30 f 227 D.L. Nugent R.G. Bielecki D.J. Stephenson P. Morales A.J. Johnson 228 f VS-30 , 4 ,S " F, . 3 if W' fi , 2 -rf 4- ? PM sf lst LIEUTENAN T gut tk Q7 "WA 'A I VF-11 COMMANDING OFFICER AUBREY L. WISE EXECUTIVE OFFICER PETER W. PIERCE K I ' THE OFFICERS X I li QII I Nav-xx ,iz is I., . 'Aww ,Iii u fix I -ML-A I A A X53 I I I I P.W. Pierce J.D. Woods C.E. Strait JLK. Duffy G,M, Freeman C.M. Lawler E.T. Donley W.G. Fischer Iglgrtal SP, Inglis ' K.L. Buchspics "ilT4AfMFee T,J, Davis VF-1 11229 ,Y 'I-I MAINTANCE CONTROL 230fVF - 11 QUALITY ASSURANCE if P0 I L.W. Poitras L.K. Harker S.I-I. Robinson J.A. Neal J.A. Lambert RH. Bryant T.D. R0ger5 J .B. Comerford PARALOFT T.A. Jones E. I-Iamlett E.R. Lorange L.L. Blakes D.A. Houchard J.C. Matias T.F. Dunlap D.S. Harig KP. Kelleher 1 D.F. Schmeck M.J. DeLoach AME'S V1 Y VF- 111231 -WZ.: T-.-f 232 XVF LINE XDAY 1. , ,M-p LINE fNIGHT D. Robson B. Vrooman L. Hakes L. Cina G. Hess M. Inkel G. Morales S. Harry D. Thomas IK -x-7 -11 Patrizio Sudd Seibea Floyd Syllab Begany Wilrher AIR FRAMES POWER PLANTS ll l A rlzf lzif ......... Lffgi i ,gnu M. R. J. A. M B. R. K. T. A. Hollifield Neuroth Grabowski Wegner Hart Reichbauer Harper Ottino Wouth Allen HH IIYVI C. Beedle J. Rand K. Round D. Keesee T- Wells f 193:23 121 TROUBLESHOOTERS K. Danlels D. Humble W. Carroll -S 5" PHASE af-un ae e Ill. D.D.cuevas Y ORDNANCE 234fVF RObil"lS0l'l Crawford J.L. Melton F.A. Rock P. Herrick A.A. Fierro P,C, Montgomery C. Aralar T. Espinoa L, Sanchez W. Lenhart R.E. Tessen G.P. VanMehren - 11 CORROSION CONTROL L.L. Tustin K. Francis C.G. Blackwell 1 l 1 r I t E FIRE CONTROL Ik-E S i..A-wan.-1 ' ' f 1 M. Hall D. Kasandi D. Hutchinson S. Stookey D. Gaffney V. Lamonica E. Funk C. Mitchell G. West ITEnright AT'S M.A. Guetschoff J. Eichenmiller J.A. Heilman J. Olson R.B. Baughman vs - aofzas P.R. Mees A.D. Hill O.G. Payne A. Roberts T.A. Begany P.J. Garvin A. McPherson STRAGGLE r ' N ' r-- f ,1.r. v-"f.1 4,-, - V - B - ,nn . '- '- - ,.lv.11p-fa Sf- 7, .,f,-Y-17, f-.,, ..,,,, , ' ' f 'if-+A i7ff'i"i'-fifi'7154-'1'12'.'!S'5IsiiiAwik-f5'!'lF:',,g,f,.zs ,,1! -,. .EI 4 PERSONNEL Reynolds Sanders Collins Tucay Cooley Evans LaDuke Birkel Taylor 1 -+ I ICI TTI-TN ANT J.l-I. Newton D.E. Stoll J.D. McKnight A.L. Dominguez M.R. Herz D.B. Nelson J.M. Friend W. Palmer T.E. Beringer M.D. Mailer R.A.P. Anderson M.D. Carolina A. Prindall T. Miller M.E. Walker B.P. Martin THE OFFICERS VAW-125 COMMANDING OFFICER HAROLD T. SELIGSON EXECUTIVE OFFICER LOUIS L. FOLTZER T.R. Post T.D. Leighton L.N. Barker W.J. Hollie H.E. Seligson J.M. Badini C.A. Mullins W.F. Trolenberg J.M. Yurchak J.A. Redden L.L. Foltzer H.D. Bryant ' R.L. Johnson T.J. Cantwell E.J. Kriewaldt M.J. Borza M.D. Sullivan T.H. Chiprany S.T. Wesselhoff R.A. Spencer M.E. Hoppe W.J. McCarthy T.C. Cool J .P. Schuyler MATERIAL CONTROL A 1 iinmuism mmm 4 1,.y.......,......., V L. Barker H. Bryant G. Borders K. Beardslee E. Phillips R. Dievart W. Moorefield R. Padillia K. Shea 238 f VAW-1 25 M. Sullivan G. West W. Mertens M. Ryninger P. Saxton E. Turner B. Peppers QUALITY ASSURANCE OPS R. Fane T. Lindell VAW-125 f 239 DeMann Cullen Wyat Bryant Layton W Saunders D Wicks AIR FRAMES vii- 1 i -- -4: 1 - wg--m .,.i:.,..1. L..-Q. lui'--' gmmiQuQxvzuv-isu3..w,Q,e.e,A-sirius:-,au.,g. "l 163 'I1,:1w1 ,.,l. I"i' CH POWER PLANTS Hewlett 5' N Beyer LQ Gentle ' L Favors McFarlane Smith Carter , l Lilly ,f Moore Fisher Braund Cassity Lipinski Small Windle Everett Gustin Howard Kitchens Simmons hi S vva:.:a...m VAW-125 f 241 LINE If 242fVAW-1 25 MNST AES Vi' 5' A X J. Coppage J. McPeters J. Thiry G. Parker J. Curtin T. Malone J. Gauthier B. Luckey J. E. G T D T T L. M. L. K Burke Russell Crow Rote Bigelow Doan Greene Lee Limieux Sifuentes Weeks AT'S 1 R. I..aPorte D. Koch K. Baker C. Foshay W. Van Dyke A. Lane W. Duncan D. I-Iudgins G. Roberts D. O'Neil A. Dunn K. Manning Remick Scauedra Wright Wilson VAW-1251243 V -..,f.-, PERSONNEL W. Veda A. Otto R. Winn E. Russell S. Mohn F. Ruzicka A. Hartman J . Marshall 244fVAW 125 Otto Masson White Cabatit W. Winchell J. Maher THE OFFICERS VA-85 COMMANDING OFFICER RONALD J. ZLATOPER EXECUTIVE OFFICER DANIEL A. WRIGHT l R. Zlatoper D. Wright D. Dabbieri G. Stubbs D. Anderson S. Crandall R. Weber S. Baker G. Baron D. Allen E. Asch D. Hobbs D. Franken J. Schwarz C. Behr W. Readdy v Work J askot Cikanovich Bamberg Wagner Williams Watkins Harris Wrigley Smith Uhlenbrock Wye Sawyer Wischmeyer Kelley Blair D. Dominicci W. Rosenow S. Lloyd N. Weisberg E. Tasch J. Sortot VA-85f245 OPERATIONS G.L. Smith J .D. Young fu wx '-1-1-ht MAINTAINANCE CONTROL 246 fvA.s5 I-LA. Raguini L W Ramey J C ' ' . . German F.K. Parnell A.C. Reynolds I-l.D. Dunn G.I'l. Baron A,D, Picardo E -W,-rv-.-T adam-1 fL..1 'U O E rn 'SU -U 1- ID Z '-l cn U :Q L. Harrell 2 G.C. Smith 1 ,. D. Lanning 1.. M.H. Proehl M4 1-4 'l ,, 1 '1 ,, 11 ! ,.1 1., v-1 ,.1 " 'l ,. ... :- Q 1 1 L.M. Clark J.J. Ferland M. Scallorn W.v. Miner ,Q S.P. Lane l 1 l il f 1 1 l l AIR FRAMES ' 1 ' 1 L: ,. if Ml 514 1.8 1, T1 ' 53 EE ,ffjl 1' l 1 1 V.. 1 1 1 , 1 I L l I 1 B.E. Worley L.J. Kamba D.A. Olsen L.A. Fogle J. Powell J.D. Fernandez M.W. Lents M.H. Brooks T.R. Allen RM. Walker A.M. Palla C.D. Blake C.A. Gibson T.F. Lawler VA-85f247 , L .1-V.: f ' ff 'x i fe es cssse s , A Q, i R 'B AT'S F.L. Vonalmen R.D. Howard C.A. Peace R.E. Anderson J.P. Qualley T.D. Willoughby J.C. Leyendecker L.K. Scott J .P. Haley 55' GJ. GHIT10111' T.E. Harrison C.E. Tiben W-C SUOUQ C.G. McCord S.H. Hamilton JL. Mallldifl J.R. Esser T.l... Nelson J-5. ACYQG J.R. Archer R.D. Solomon AE'S VA 85 1249 , FIRE CGNTROL 3 P.P. Columbo lM.J. Cambell R.S. Bromfield C.D. DeLatree D.R. Tyree W.J. Kalaher G.P. Cunningham M.J. Gregory R.B. Falmo R.C. Moore G.F. Oliver M.L. Sharrar D.E. Rittenhouse B.E. Fleming 25OfVA - 85 ORDNANCE J.R. Brassfield G.E. Wilson J.A. Simpson K.S. Londke E.D. Remington V.J. Martinez S.M. Pie R.B. Marinello J' .Hymn A N". . . .w. 4j 1 T M5 1 AMES M.E. Volden ooooo E. Bullock M. Cooper R.R. Farthing J.M. Whispell RA. Frame G. Dubois F.J. Kistler I I I I 1 3 1 1 N PARALOFT f 1 p ' 1 r W l .i VP if fl iff V5 , 1 .I o A E Q i 3 1 .F J.A. Tyson c.D. LeBlanc c.w.Guga1 C.A. Lathrop Q i 1 VA - 85f251 4 A '2 , , ,ll 5' 33 ' . - Y , ,, .' '-11 1 - 4 J 1 1 I 1 1 4 1 E -1 , , . ,.,. ,. ,,,.,, Jeffers Dress Kelley Roman Jackson R.R. O'Conner R.L. Seuitz W.R. Campbell P.L. Butler A. Nau R.E. Dil..day D.L. Edwards CAREER COUNSELOR C.D. Bunch 1 1st LIEUTENANT - IM, W l h W.L. Port' g'LSc1l31roZ CR- Young D,A. Wxlcox J as J.F. cfadgzck . . OI' Ofl VA - 85 X253 PERSONNEL L2 i H H H w V, K u W N H 254fVA-85 A. Sobilo I. Cox A. Pharr C. Bell d A I 4 , Var THE OFFICERS VA-83 COMMANDING OFFICER REXFORD E. WOLF EXECUTIVE OFFICER AUSTIN E. CHAPMAN ' , X I IITTI .- w1"vL.f.IJi'-'M ' 'X ,, ,, A,4,I K, B.L. Lehman A.E. Chapman D.L. Pratt J.S. Webb L.G. Booth M-L Mears M.A. Wood J.L. Johnson S.P. Anderson T.W. Clark R-E. Wolf CJW. Moore M.R. Moore J.D. Engels J.M. Porter VA-83 f255 PARALOFT G.D. Copestick T.L. Eubank G.W. Taccolini E.A. Little F.A. Mussman D.D. Willoghby A.R. Anaya J.L. Rice M.A. Hill M.D. Bennett A. Coleman A. Davis D. Thompson R.K. Trust K.L. Dawson D.J. Robertson V.E. Antry D.W. Russell E.T. Spencer B.D. Benthall F.J. Spanacelli AQ'S R. Camacho D.A. Westfield R.B. Wright D.R. Larimer D.I. Banks K.G. Scruggs W.R. Olson 258 f VA-83 Fogarty Mecurio Friduss Kleinhoffer Anderson -Z Lbr .M R.A. Williams G.A. Torres K. Journey R.E. Siver R.R. Stevens J.R. Eckerman I...M. Folsom R.W. Gerth R.E. Colligan J.R. Todd J.L. Martin L. Bannister ORDNANCE J 'T ' , x vf -tl' -"-1 A"-' 1 .. if o A ' .V bw- If V , Hin -ff r ' 55 44 3' if , X '-I-.gg ' 6-lllratllz iXii4iu., i , ' , 'li f ii i 'E 7 1 I xx iilii I' .I -i , ,ut "'4 ' L' -11, AE'S ll lQ-i R.A. Barnett ,wav i ' P.D. Hettinger Z1 .kKl. V I WA is I l Mccay 'n .A -e i 5: J.E. Williamson A 'Q M on M. Paduano LTTE'-' ' ' VA-83f259 LINE F. I., ,.,- i ,,..,.-.. "' 260 XVA-83 K. Armstrong S.A. Garman P.G. LeClaire F. Martinez J.C. Lenon J.T. Allen K.M. Miller J.L. Glass E. Coia K.W. Dotson P. Hannigan R.G. Greene R.C. Miller D. Ferguson C.J. Birk 'KN P.D. Boyd D.D. Butterfield E.L. Golliday R.C. Calleo M. Crader gene AIR FRAMES .WW X -if-wi F J.H. Sickman J.I.. Stephens E.D. Foreman R.G. Donates G. Rowe R.J. McGinnis R.W. Bain E.L. Watkins D.J. Foster K.R. Poe l'l.S. Donnelly POWER PLANTS D.L. Wilson J.E. Mason M.J. Smith R.E. Paddock W.E. Fitzpatrick K.E. Wysocki D.L. McKinstry l VA 831261 pq, 1 ,:q., :.- .... n.f-r11-f-mx,,.4..f..l....:r:-...f-- PERSONNEL 262 fVA-83 J.A. Fallon K.B. Hair M.E. Strogan T.L. Smith A. Pardo T.W. Islam D.A. Betsch 4 if If al -if ., ' 1,5 4 I fig., 51? +L V' - -'JM L ' ' .-r..r.f I ,z " ' ' ' ' ' I L I ,R , fr? , .iw ' QF IFJ7 , .-wzfrzf-f--M',E'5'45!.Ii151r73,,, 4 ..L.. . -le .-:YV -YAY - 7 THE OFFICERS H.. 'Iii F- +I,-I IVA - 81 COMMANDING OFFICER .J.E.K1LL1AN EXECUTIVE OFFICER GEORGE J. WEBB, JR. F F 551, - . f rf? - - I ,. I JA - . r ...f e 'fir' 'L , f. , M A , , '- K 1.5, I V - f ' "" ' agwkf: " -,.f f , , ' .fi 'QA Riff- ,e11,wfr-t.,L,,..V,.1 . A- . :Q - f J.E. Killian G.J. Webb D.S. Arseneault H.F. Bernstein C.A. Cook D.E. Faber E.J. Fahy J.A. Fetchero W.E. Franson R.E. Gumpright R.A. Mansfield G.P. I-Iogan T.R. Mclnvale M.J. Holloway P.J. Mellin M.W. Longworth L.D. Memminger M.B. Rabideau C.F. Ragghianti J.P. Rose D.J. Stewart I-I.K. Welsh VA - 81 fzes R.E. Hughes R. Bates L.R. Chambers M. Monette J.L. Felt L.W. Fischer aw ADMIN f PERSONNEL TI-IE CHIEFS R.E. Hughes G.R. Speights H.W. Slate R.L. Byrd W.E. Hart B.R. Carr J .R. Maslanik W.A. Gause 264fVA - 81 DC TOOL ROOMS R.E. Wilson M.A. I-lays M.D. Burke QUALITY ASSURANCE ' MAINTANCE f MATERIAL CONTROL ...-Z W. Chappealer C. Daws-Knowles L.B. Booty B.A. Keen E. Badillo T.W. Hamby R B. Jones E.E. Sparks G.G. Deshong D.A. Kolden G.C. Mathews D.L. Tyree A. Donald P. Ezell R.B. Jones R.A. Parker PARALOFT ""'i"k P.R. Ricket D.K. Bunting VA - 81 fzes AME'S S. Sears ' s " G. Condon 1 -T. Lanclos f E P. Pena J. Rollislon ORDNANCE W. Russell J. Butchko B. Watson G. Clinton D. Breese K. Fulp J. Yehle J. Wik D. Zajack J. Barlow C. Young W. Parker H. Hobbs .gem L, VA - 81f267 AT'S , B. Elkins J. Dupree R. Bailey O. Abadia F. Moore R' Falanga W. Coburn AE'S R. Doolittle D. Eisenhardt R. Bollash M. Bessman J. Aungsf G. Speights T. Vining E. Gillis 268fVA - 81 AQ'S L. Reimmuth R. Edwards J. Nicholson E. Cummings R. Lauterberg L. White J. O'Keefe W. Thornton R. Thompson AIR FRAMES 'Tr ' ' H. H k J' Brewer J. Maslanlk R. Garcia D. Abner J Cox 2111000 M. Williams ' W, Miller J' Lightner . ' JaCliSOl'l T. Wainwright N Sarvis Geilser l J. McDowell VA - 81 X269 POWER PLANTS C.D. Polston R.E. Garcia H.D. Hanocck A.M. Harrigan W.M. Weatherford J .L. Morris T.L. Williams TAD 1st LIEUTENANT M.J. Marisko R. Trahan . R.P. Issacs R.D. Bueno M.A. Rinaudo 270fVA - 81 J.A. Arnett C.J. Little C.B. Joson ER. Pollard R.J . Ferrara W.C. Earnest L.L. Bass A. Garner R.R. Scofield f iT.V. I..eMay R.F. Purdy J .L. Hershberger W.K. Fincher R.W. Waterman D.J. Wagner J.R. Allen D.J. Jerome I..P. Genin R.W. Modes C.R. Sharratt F.E. Folly R.E. Stevens J.W. Knight B.R. Harmon D.R. Dillon K.P. Parks C.I-I. Leach J.A. Griffiths S.E. Clinko S.T. Siege C.R. Redding L.G. Salter ' X THE OFFICERS VAQ-133 COMMANDING OFFICER THOMAS V. LEMAY EXECUTIVE OFFICER "RIP" F. PURDY VAQ-133f271 MAINTANCE CONTROL KD. Brittell J.W. Garrision LP. Genin L.B. Mattux J.A. Walker J.R. Allen K.R. Rider P.R. Conrad J.W. Lilly W.F. Mendoza PARALOF T tail Lge MF , 1 D.A. Shuster R.W. Anderson 272fVAQ - 133 QUALITY ASSURANCE E.L. Hancock G.M. Ross J.M. Ervin J.A. Olvera D.L Hawkins CORROSION CONTROL ll ll Redding Flemmer CRD Schmidt Brunick Gallo Chamberlin 3 , G.D. Anderson l -1-1 l I l l 1 l l l l l VAQ - 133 X273 AIR FRAMES l T.l'l. Brekke M.A. Kohler R.J. Seyer Ml.. Batson S.E. Snyder I..N. Collins M.V. McCoy W.R. Ponder 274fVAQ - 133 :bu POWER PLANTS G.J. Muratore T.C. Hinson K.A. Ebensteiner M.E. Denton S. Hobbs R.J. Mijares R.W. Bryan D.MjPedal 'CQ XX-,,-1 ,V ' A JR. Chamberlin I...A. Newton L.A. Owen SD. Ellsworth K.E. Nuss R.G. Roe W.R. Ponder LINE fDAY LINE fN1oHT are 03 86 30 Fl! Bb 8 W.E. Hamel D.J. Parker D.L. Schneider R.L. Oliver M.C. Wood B.J. Faulkner R.W. Pomder L.L. Myrick G.M. Lambert VAQ - 133 X275 AT'S DC- Pike 5-G Wakeman T.R. Sollenberger K J C W L Kucera B-A'Beff1hafdf AC- Ranwlbefsef JP. Livingston DM. palfllon Rw. Laufuzen N-M- Ka'-lPP R.W. Hantz SD. Paselk 276fVAQ - 133 ,gl WEEE? , AES . :mm lw Y 'wif " ' ' ORDANANCE W. Gowler N.C. Hatch 4-1 Q..- rf-.ful f ni X LT- I J. Villanueva J.J. James R. Perkins E.D. Presley P.C. Dion J.R. McGee MR. Lindell J.F. O'Connell VAQ - 133f277 AD'S A suuwu N' . 'X F ' A ,. wdffif-'ff' if 1st LIEUTENANT 69" 4P""" fx 1. -L 'jimngq D. Cupit F.F. Burkes T.W. McCraken C.D. Pinks M.O. Meade PERSONNEL 278 NAQ S.V. Fusso W.S. Gowler 5 R.L. Wheeler 47" M.G. Parzynski s , e .1.R. Haia I ' x 4 . I , ,wsx .' J.L. Lee J.P. Herbert J.J. Bates T.D. Butler R.W. Modes L.S. Bogues I-LD. Bias R.R. Saunders B.G. Hutchins - 133 fx. ,Ag ? we Q 1 Q- gl . fwwtilq, we ,9lgg,53A3M,2qgpAg12,m Q yf,m:.:, f - nv .mic ri ' Inf, -'.il.:L11-53'-liff"l ,f.w1,. 62-I-76 vzzef .Q ,-,ww -,9.f..4fwfmr?2'1L1wwlw ff, , Q11 Emi1'f2vi'si9'f'1'f:rf'v'n' v- 'uf J I .,.,.aM-f. ,W I- 1 I MQ' Q I' 'f may - I X J. Williams D. Gabriel G. Jack J. Strange P. Mills M. Malchiodi V 4 COMMANDING OFFICER MICHAEL A MALCI-IIODI EXECUTIVE OFFICER ROBERT S COLE ADMIN XP ERSONNEL MAINTAI G. Lopez E. Arevalo M. Mazan O. Royster A .9 si, -ec, , 5 I ' V -,., 2'-A-'2il'l Ll L NANCE f MATERIAL CONTROL L. Gendreau ' l 280fVF - 74 C. Wilson G, Brarmock J. Rockwell G. Peterson C. Mackenzie J. Hardenbrook S. Walker C. Malone C. Gage D. Clark C- Petty J. Derrickson d QUALITY CONTROL V9 'H-E 'T' 2 Y- af 3,4 -- PR'SfAME in gf ff ' 4 -H no ru 1.--1. -1 m. Lu 1 'lf -- i- -.. 1 2 'iv 6 1 E If . I-is -4 -.:-'l 51' F41 y li I I Wi R . fS.fim:1 lj W. Neuman R. Hackett J. Uhlein N. Telios D. Maher R. Mariscal J. Porter W. Winegar A. Wolf L. Pless E. Herrington Lynch Harp Larson Housianitis Munn Lines Lowe Ramsey .JP - 74f281 A C. Lockerman D. Lake M. Williams J. Hamilton C. McDonald J. Basquez L. Meyer G. Wehterill R. Hendrick 282 XVF - 74 CORROSION CONTROL FIRE CONTROL l L. Wilson L. Scripps D. Lamont R. Rankin E. I-lertel T. Fox C. Hull V ' M . " f Q , .P Yrf '1' ' ' ' ' ' . , , FQ- A - M l 'r.::f'f' A i ' 2 H+' ' ' vw- ..'.',?.:f.ew1 1f'f., .' . , , f . ff" . , ' ., 1 . 1, f DIN if-if -'M is A awfff:a':- .vi .- . 1 4' -- V: ,. L .. . 1 'Q , EIS- I :L if ' , 1.21.3-1 . . .V -M ,l s ' 1 ' V .. ,. P, is'-arf , 1. 3 ' . it i r, . ,W ':"'l'fi:E'f jf 1 ' 'Q swf. , N , l 54541 J' A x ' fn se--0...-a.4.,4.z. i ' AIR FRAMES -P T, Flood M. Purmort M. Farley C. Weir O. Schuman M. Heavener S. Oldham R. Zoeller L. Ricks J. Allen M. Norman C. Anderson G. Reysen POWER PLANTS R. Ptaszkowski P. Kahanaoi R. Deluna L. Smith A. Barton D. Dickson C. Mendoza D. Coker R. Rathburn M. Clayton P. Griffis P. Ryan VF - 741283 l.l1.a 4.14.5 . L-g'...g3, .- v-Nm '!L,,3 ,-- E. gm .,..,. , , ., N... .-- , AE'S AT'S G. Hase C. Hart A. Gridberg P. Adamczyk F. Rodriguez J. Davis F. Rawles B. Havens T. Funderburk J. Robinson M. Krizic ! Q Q ? 4 i l I , L l 284fVF L. Shirley R. Trinque M. Vorys M. Eingorm P. Fardellone T. Sullivan -94 12. -U 1 ' ,ril 555-7 513532151 1 , f ,TW,2,x f 3 .. .1-qz+g.:v V ...g ly ,ntwffr .1 .4959 I, .QS Sli LINE SHACK A. Shepherd P. Ambruster J. Wilkins D. Jones 44 R. Scully J. Robertson M. Ritz T. Greene C. Crombie B. Foster J. Parker D. Laudin Hall P. Kahanaoi Jarrell B. Franklin Miller C. Keyton Sweefirlg W, Jones fs! f xv. X X 1 F. Matye J. Abbatangelo M. Delos R. Vollman W. O'Rourke AO'S J. Skeldon W. Evaschuk M. Culligan F. Keller J. Keyton V. Harp G. Townsel J. Crane R. Fountain M. Monroe D. Madden VF - 74f285 The Stragglers P,- 1 I '1 "' A waz-13, 25. W.D. Williams 26. E.R. Helnlg 27. K. Moore, D. Perryman 28. M.D. Jefferson 6f7. A, Granuzzo lNew Ship's Navlgatorl 19. L.D. Blevins, D.W. Matthews 20. L. Moore, R. Czarnek 21. J. Schachner 22. H. Chlshom 23. J.M. Pocisk 24. D. Lowry 13. G.M. Weldenkopf, R.A. Rodriguez, M.D. Pltre, JR. Selman, J.M. Brolch 14. R.A. Gladden. J.J. Zavala, G.H. Pyatt, K. Matthews 15. S. Jones, R. Michael, S. Hendricks, S.A. Ayres 16. E.L. Dancel, R.G. Bolton, M.H. Linvllle, P.A. Farina 17. E,H. Butler, V.L. Morrow, A.H. Fogarty, D.J. Cain 18. B.J. Miott, L.E..Baker 7. M. Sanchez, G. Chlpner, A. Zwelfel, J. Riggs 8. C. Cullen, S. Ellison 9. 10. R, Falanga, S. O'Dell 11. RE, Culpepper 12. K.R, Ford, J.E. O'Connor, L.W, Cole is-ll 33 1. F,A. Mitchell 2. J.F. Meyer 3. M.D. Burns 4. D.C. Flggs, J.J. Harris 5, J,l.. McCormack, D. Alvarado 6. E. Thomas, T. Howe , . . , . . - . f - . J A22 si?F1'sfe-1- -:s:af:: .f'-'fs--Y, A-e4'2.g- was. :-:. t ,w.--ff.-we 2: F-I 9.2.-ilfiff 1? ' -f ' ' " r .ui-A If.-gr,:-s. if -- - f 1. -5 g, . . 1 fx ,f . 1 .- ',- .L f A: -f.711-'-v::--1.--'2f.ffL.4z:.eecsiafqf erfiikzztay.,-::1:??:-234-za-:?s:45v:,2-A--'fkfl'-La: .:41f1::'f-Cffvg.."-letra?--4- :,f-.gr-3,-1-' .f 5: .:,'-.2 , - 5 .A-" -1 V , Q Q. .zy-v. 1 'rg ..-1, 5 , f ,- v. ' s e . ,. QT., ,.. -Lf-A . .sq ..-,::.-. -,:.,-: -, .,,.-,..:',g-- :V -,M '-e1s:":1v.5,1..Q,--:,.-nv-55.5 ,4-.Cf-zegzgv.gif-f,e,7.,.fg,f aye'-7. -75:1-.s-..-..ff.'.. sr -.ee-.,. .- f., 1"-N : -v .- 2 . -- f. . .V ,I pzg,.c:..,,.,- - HAM SHACK You're sleeping in your rack, when someone shakes you, telling you that you have a phone call. "What the heck!" You get up to answer the phone, still misty eyed. "Hello?" On the other end is your wife! In the middle of the Med? Yes, and what's more you talking to her from your compartment. Throughout the cruise, deep in the bowels of the ship, a few dedicated souls have been patching calls from the ship to the United States via the Forrestal Ham Shack. Processing an average of 250 calls a month, they have been the sole means of connecting loved ones at sea. The operators, all amateur radio operators, donate their spare time to keep the lines open. Our deepest thanks goes to the Ham Shack: Bill Nixon, Chick Thompson, Ron Thomas, Charlie Bischoff, Brian Smith, Mike Edwards, Mike Doyle and Russell Anderson. l d. dextraderu 287 'E I , Q ' :wg- V V Q9 Vi Aff' QV ', X ..ffQ,? 3 m. culligan TI-IEPORTS .,.-- TOP: The USS Independence during bluewater turnover. RIGHT: Forrestal at anchor, Rota, Spain. BELOW: The Captain's Gig, the first to hit the water. p. o'mara LIBERTY CALL So much to see, so little time to see it . . . If ever there was a phrase to describe the port calls of the 1980 Fortestal Deployment, those are the ones. lt was a whirlwind tour that took 'us from one end of the Mediterranean to the other. We hopped from port to port so fast that you could not be sure whether you were exchanging lira or pounds or the other way around. A As much as our schedule was seemingly uncertain, one stop was always a sure bet - Naples. It became a home away from home while we were there. By the time we anchored in Naples Harbor the third time, everyone knew the city like a book. Alexandria, Haifa and Athens, ports of the eastern Med added diversity to the port visits. The warmth of their welcomes are hard to match anywhere. The following pages will give you a glimpse of what we saw and experienced. We saw a lot . . . we think you'll agree. i LEE..- i SPAI um M. -.M V 7 El lr jwixf , ' H 2' Q2 - 1' I ' ,WWE Y f 5.97 "'f ' " HW A ' ' 3' EDTA - .,.'2,L 55 ig ug ' , .11 M W-,neg-s4g15,,,,, ,HH nv. LQ- 'xf WF 5525 Wa' LQ.- .-M I aa: 1 5" '1- -4 ' JPQSV7 ' U6 "1 ' 4 1 was nfs? uwmnp-nun 'T ' -ze- t -.-...... JJLH5 TWC! HIV!!! "HQ A -fL??f' u fm if ospoaaz -F" ,mi -... ,z J. ' 9X as .sv Q ,A ff d. dextradeur A 4,,,, ,,., I I , g.b. smithson ,fy ,--w,.,,A- 5 fwfr, 1y',,Q Y f , ,,QWf,,f, f , 4 452 .ww f f x -.--..,.,,, g.b. smithson Rota IWW . Vs Fotrestal relieves the carrier Independence in a blue water turnover off the Azores Islands. Forrestal now prepares to enter the Mediterreanen Sea. Before entry, the crew will have the opportunity to see the town of Rotag catch up on last minute purchases forgotten in Mayport and relax after eleven days at sea. W' A ' x Q' ' , A d. dextradeur d. dextradeur Marseille Forrestal made her first port call at Marseille, France on December 21, 1979. During the twelve days in port the crew toured the sights in and around Marseille, including trips to Cassis, Nice and Monte Carlo. From the first day the weather was chilly and overcast. All of the inclement weather was overshadowed by the warmth of the French. Many sailors spent Christmas at the homes of French families or newly made friends. Forrestal crewmen had a "Joyeux Noel" they will re- member forever. p. o'mara p. o'mara .Li Ar "A"' ' KA 0 - v p. o'mara s. sherlock p. o'mara 4 F? ef W li J. T 1, XA' 9 'J - '::, - -1":"jES' 3:1622262255112S-25FmiiilTa?'i-52i6Qi9fJ?F:'I9 u?2.17H55291 in fl. B 1 'V" Q 1 N w V ' I V I 5 A 1 N N Y x P s. sherlock Pu el demora e. demora 295 The French Alps Many crewmen saw winter as an opportunity, a time to play. Seynes Les Aples in the south to Chamonix on the Swiss border attracted Forrestal skiers. Beginners and experts shared the thrill that skiing gives. The magnificence and serenity of the alpine scenery overshadowed the sore muscles and bruised backsides, making the experience a sheer pleasure. , .Lg b. coman Y riff ff .f f -if hH1niL'?vl' " .j' ,, 1... - b. coman ,f"K,,, .7 -V H Isl?-if ..- b. coman . 4 1 , 92 V4 4 'v 1 5 4 - an f 9 ,, ,- f P. O mafa 0 mafa l I 5 , Y 1 1 V 1 I X H 5 I I -... V I , W v J 'GZ 1 J E I .,- 19 ,Q I T Y X 'Zi' '?5lgZfQi1-+..'cA-f2 ? f'A' -1- f Y f V -uf "'-Z"'T':t'X::'T7::E-q:'::231?": QL? Xin' 'E-11:5 'xl .L+- QQ iiiiiiiiiiiif M! -is-:size Qaisizifiiieiimiitu .-v . V. .-.1 -.- .'- p. o'mara Rock Face of Aguille du Midi, Chamonix, France Overlook At Mont Blanc, France su!---"'-'M' ' Valle Chamonix from Midi I 1 ' r fi 5 A , A i Y' p. o'mara b. coman b. coman T"I5C-F.A E 5,7 K , . . si" ... 1- lr ww, 'A 'N :iv 4 .wa x.l-Ku: U fb Vi NX W g, guess d. blackman , , , , W ' . 'Q , -ws - s s d. blackman ' ' V - s 3 Y' -i TTEW' I-4 .. A ,4 L-,,?.,.,:5,5i's?- ' L 1 V -' . . 5, A Ax, e, guess e. guess 1 - .4 mu n , ' s . , u Q in H A-wmv. 1 1 1 . , I "-in , . ' - . 51.3 "'ws lNl"'U5l, :uf ss meme asf 4 "' H' U' 'IH' XXX in txiltlmhi EW I9 v , I 1. .1 -5, , 'll 5 ljluf was , Q f xg? I 301 A rl .diglyi v P-.LMT F - mm... , I K Y p. . wmaai Ap, iss' QA b. coman vw ,,,i,7,fZ ' ew y, , f , 19,1 M 13. o'mara b. coman 1 1 N s. sherlock I p. o'mara --.,-.Q n'Q1'V"!""Tf'T'?"fT'?1'.ik'Tf'JT'?1f!7Y, ..L.. . s I vs I. R 1 I I I s. sherlock b. coman g. smithson NOTRE-DAME DE LA GARDE Hovering above the port of Marseille is the Notre-Dame de la Guarde. A magnificent cathedral built by Bishop de Mazenod in 1864. Built in the Romano-Byzantine style, it follows a trend familiar to European churches . . , that of craftsmenship. It is quite evident in the fine mozaics and sculptures of this beautiful cathedral. b. coman .x:,,V,., Z g ,,-- -X Z gr A .- 3 li! f 32 -f . gn u5' V 55225567 -X e. demora F, ,TT , , K., Y --ffm-f-fwf-v-W-M-' --" f'1""""""""f' wifi--P 1:-r-. 1: ' M : " - ,L 1,-"g5ikTff3fimfiv,-f:v',tgiEk' gf, 3 'wx2'L3?1hFemfEw'fQ21 ' 1,-,,1u2,4'tW1H:f6Q:'n-'L ' 1' 1-:V 1- AV, M-+',,:v1. . I w A i ll ..L, Ln.. ,l '..'5'v-'-if "V: f .:1. A ' 155' 1 I Y X 1 1 - u ' v I I 's . l v S 4 1 l 144 41 Mfr? i 4 French Orphans Enjoy A Forrestal Christmas Christmas is a time for giving. Fottestal crewmen exhibited true yuletide generosity by visiting an orphanage 'near Marseille and entertaining a group of children on the ship. Chaplain Roy directed the effort that brought untold joy to children and sailors alike, the kids that came aboard ate lunch, toured the ship, and enjoyed a magic show by DPC Staniszewki. On Christmas Day the Supply Department provided steak, lobster, turkey, ham and all the trimmings for the crew. Those indulging in the "haute cuisine" of the aft dining facility enjoyed a meal that was second to none. Perhaps for a moment forgetting the miles that separate them from their homes. i 'C' rf C9 Q X TQRRELLAQO -v-4.- .., A Y Y-. 307 The Fotrestal departed Marseille on New Years Day and the following day dropped anchor in Naples Harbor. The stay was short, until the fourth of January and so was the sea time that followed. On the morning of the eighth the Forrestal returned to Naples. This port is quite a sight for the first- timer. For those who have experienced Naples before it was a time to check out the old haunts or' to explore more of the city. Naples is a city of peopleg a city of buildings. Hey Joes on the streets let you know that the streets are an extension of Neapolitan life. Strike a bargain and you strike a conversation. A familiar port, Naples still holds enchantment for Forrestal. APLES .yas-3' its I ' t f -qv -75:-101' ' 5 ,104 .J 1 -4 --nun b. coman ...mn-. PM? 1- , y, , , f ,5 1 qi ef 4 Q 3 '- LS. ' f,,1,,n!f 45" I 4 , 4, ,Ii ggi j V , ,1 A 25" ' ,-, ' E2 , V Qff-'51, if ..i,-KW!! , 1, Li:-V 1 , , , ,,-1f .pw , w -. H 1 f - "f 1 E f lk. , ,f l "7-W-"'ii1,:5' lv, fi"'LV" 'L Q ' UG ," 1' yn V ,-111 fifqf 'Q ' J, TN , ,r 'f ' f , rp V f - 'igilff' ., 2,4-Wzzyrs jf! ,UQ I R, if JE .AM-'ff f - L ,-.-1-elim 'V rv . 1 , . LVL, T.. F N K A . 45 f- L - f ' 4 :A9.'f,f:1 , V ,, , X , if r , , A- , -Nw., ' - :Hgh , WJ. H1 11 'L ,fs - '- f'-..':...Q,:awv-1-f jf ,, . .., ,1 Gs .-.W nm ' Graff A , .Wtm-V J ff :1f': 'f, -TV, uf :1f',", . 1f""'4' "fi.f7'ff3?f ,V Lazy, Vw:'f.'SPgfff-5E"?,fmii.Hiya t ff?" 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The Coliseum, 5 si -.f f ,r Wi iq l t. decaire Teatro di Marcello and the Domus Aurea remind us of the greatness of the Romans. A view of the city will reinforce the feeling of pride that Romans have in their past. A rich heritage that no civilization past or present can rival. r. duhaime t. decaire ,.', , - Aww H fl ,- t. decaire .J- .UM-7 Uh.-..f,., , :1 ,.,, ,.....- V 1.-r I- Lafy' -1 , . , - - ., gp .f,f-,, ,, ,- .. .,- , -V - V .,, 1-Qiff. - j gffjfj: f. 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A walk through the ruins gives one the feeling that Pompei was quite a spectacle in it's prime. Palaces, arenas, amphitheaters, spacious homes exhibit the past glory of Pompei. 4 , , . ., , , A ity 4 M. offman 'Y h J. . -4 M 1 I V7 W . N L 4 Q 1 - f , . ,W Y , AV- - , 1 ' V p.omara 'l.' 4' f ' X-ew ,,1, f -Q my , 1 I .1 If -'-:N , . . 5.7 "hd -1. .. M55 .. J 5 wi., ,Ml-t ,,. .QL my r 'ar if ,w . ' ,Q-a Jw ?.... A 5 G X, Y 5315 215 57513 mw,.,5w,4.,5:f .i , sv .i-, 'Jw-H if 4, u .,-mam, .V:'-.simie .nz -za:-at LM 317 ,,- , , 'fm f , J ,F E b. coman c. dement 319 p. o'mara EGYPT On the 27th of January, the Forrestal anchored outside' of Alexandria Harbor. For the first time, her crew was able to make a port call at the city. Egypt is still on the verge of westernization, so many of the traditions follow strong Islamic trends. For the crew it was a rare opportunity to experience a culture far removed from the west. Pyramids were the highlight attraction of the visit. Many of the crew paid visits to the Pyramids of Giza and other ancient won- ders. The bazaars and markets attracted many, hoping to find' brass objects or linen. The people, so different from ourselves, extended every cour- tesy in an effort to please their visitors. They are proud of their past and hopeful of their future. They have much to look forward to. ' 1 A ll' f VI 'g p. o'mara p. o'mara 4 K1 'f W , ,, , 'rg-,7gQ.'f'rg:f,., ,- 'fav l ffpg - K 1 . , , ., , ,,L.,L:,,,, , K 1.14 5. I A Y 2 , ,V f 4 -V: iff " ' if , . .lf .5 eff!"-'L' V 'r'?',lff-5f-'L . 1" ' UfF,71?fki' i fi' f?1i'l-74 275351, 'PT 4- , ' V jf V Nffg, 2,fjzfigifi-3:,ci42ffz42-1251,91 Q g:f22EZ2:i'a-ii13 Pv2fff,12?f'iifQl"'l,-giif -f J , f" ' ' ' , ' Qfvgy-fl i :..l' f-1: Effffgtif 5 '1?:'..? :F -I ' .:-'Q2V-P'151-- ,"1?'-1 :j:ifff'ff1ff "4 1' 11' 1,19-1, A,, , , Z 5'.'.' fu f. 4, dy? 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'J 5 4 -Q , lv .V ' ,f-J 1' ' i .., , ., V-'Li ' ' vfi"i?'1'd"a f"f4"'?'.'u' L 1 -fx .f.ee4.aeQe.Q.....-L14..,,g...,v4 ,,..,.. .......-V ..4.,,. .,.,, ,.- X ,. . .W 324 The Great Pyramids P' 0 mm THE PLAIN OF GIZA The Sphinx l. I 5 Y 1 2 P m. adams b. coman lg. 1-4 34 . . -1 ,MA . -dk' gg . -1 3 , - ' ". F I A-A ' ' 'Q . - M i - -:ff Q -- x . .4Q,ff,v' . , ,.. . , . """., , 52, ':4i' ' :if , K' I ,I A , ,. 4 -,,'-3 A f . J.. . ':' ffl gi 9 '15 - - ,,. -.El ',gj-fri..4 Z.. 'A o,mara wr.. 1 . . " Snr A. :lj Abdul p. o'mara s. hoffman b. coman . ,.1N..,.,,.-.,.Y,-s , ,,,, .,.,x , M W, ,, Qu- Y In gm-.. ,Th-f ..:,,,L., nw! . .......,,M .. 5 , - The Step Pyramid b. coman iii-5 N ,v H - i il H if, 1' . RK i ..f' A- 1- '... . ,Q .., 1 , ' 7 + ' 5... .v 1 4 - k:-N, ., , 1 Mk X .5 R, may .xv W.- Y- A , QQ X si- ,fs x,,.. 3 4 ,!2',"'..-' ' 4l.IJ91,.l 1' ' Mp, A MEMPHIS: THE FIRST CAPITAL AND SAKKARA f THE FIRST PYRAMID I South of the Plain of Giza are the ruins of the Step Pyramid of Sakkara. Although differing in style, this pyramid is the model of which the ancient Egyptian builders designed subsequent pyramids. The extensive ruins are being excavated and restored to their original form. A few miles east of Sakkara is the city of Memphis. Archaeologists have determined that this was the first capital Of Egypt and the first city in the world actually used as a center of government. Unfortunately when the capital was moved farther north to Thebesg Memphis was abandoned and eventually reduced to rubble. b. coman p. o'mara N l l l I J , l I l I N -L. .-.fv .v -' . 'E " ..4. -f we-.ui-.,e,i,:zaL"'Wwif 'ri .sv- b. coman 5 327 E l l 0.-J, lhwiif Q jg? .A ...N '.g:,...alL...- V- m. adams FACES OF THE NILE p. o'mara Y s. hoffman P- 0 mara - b. coman , p. o'mara p. o'mara p. o'mara -fa 4.11 ' .4 , r, ,V w V. ' ' ' ' .1 4 gm nk, - "lsr, ".':'g-f? ,nf ' ' f,,4. ifijiu' - 1' , , , . f -,.v.,,- f A . - , 1 . - ' if ,L we .4--"G K' ' I' , R K 'f r Nf,,N, ,e 'ga ' x g.' 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The "Do Don originated over two thousand years ago as a cargo vessel. Even now it serves as a means of support for many Nile Rivermen. For the traveler in Cairo, a Nile excursion is a wonderful way to see the city. if V V ':.f,J4"l . N A V4f51l'i39.151fgV'Qfi?l . . .1 ' f ' ff l , V, V 5 , -2 ff "2-:71"f'Q 3 :KI N4-nv-.ff , -E.. , 5 'any -., , . o'mara P .f---""' s as p. olmara BWI Y. P w . V x . 4' 3 W X, V?" Q , I .,, . ,,,lf15,'-9? I ' if :Ham , Q19 1' ' ,mwp - .f4x2Q:.:.if f t C an 51' f if x N ML,-?QQgQ?:,L1fL.,J ,il , Q , ,, ' ' ' W' QL' ' ,M '1'0iA ., gp. , A ,' .v V ' f , RA ig Yggvj 4 1 .1 1 -' ' 1' 9 a 1 1 V, 'K f A f ' 4 r V ' Ti"-5-1-V V 2 1 2 , 4. b ' .. V 'ng auf ., " ,if p. o'mara p. o'mara b. coman Sunset f Alexandria Harbour p. o'mara r. duhaime J f f. 'ff' .4 -,-....4f..-,. M? ,1 i ..,. ,, W .s Y., Xa, . '- 1 Q.. x ,xv 1 .,.,.j,Ii"',' f -V" p. o'mara ' l'f"'f' in r. duhaime Q? p. o'mara r. duhaime unknown b. coman vii s b. coman ISRAEL It seems ironic that, after visiting Egypt to be stopping in Israel. Less than two years ago, the two nations were at warg off limits as a liberty port. Now the Forrestal has visited both. g Israel is a young, vibrant nation, rich in heritage. The people of Israel are strong and proud of what they have built. As young as they are, they lean strongly on their religious past. They are a new wave in modern culture. The crew of Forrestal had a glimpse of the lsraeli way of life as they toured, Haifa, Jerusalem and the surrounding countryside during the port call in early February. TWT" K An-. il 1 5 2 S, 2 'fb W, 5 9- Smithson Q" .5-3 +- .4 4 , 00' Aff M, if 1::,,,.: -, ' x o,mara f riff iff Aw --,.7'uu 4 - - U, Il:--.-sis, --I la ' ' 'Y' ' -. Q 'igii' " ' '1'1IIu1i" . -- Q f, 7 .A 1 p. o'mara f 45" .HQTAX1-in , I ' 5 . A 4 s. hoffman 1 v 4 considerlJerusalem the faiths. fThe-'Moslemsi believe that Qassended to-heaven from this city. ' The strong- religious feelings kept the-city in turmoil until the recentjpeaeetreatyg ' s ' Nowthefcityyisl returning to the beauty that it once hacl. It l is possible for people thevvorld over to visit Jerusalem. It is a special city that has something about it only the human heart' can feel. l p r. duhaime saf- "L.fIrD A 22 Z if, A - V- , ., , , fff 124 ,f ,-I , :f,., 0' My fy ,yyf ,f yzivfjfff 7, jf ' W if an Z ,N 174' A A2 X , If X 1 I-,o Kiy I wr., .,'. 1'Q 1,5125 lilff 'i'fEf.??3lfQ:?E?- if "SE V li' ' .132-'i1v1Li?Pff :L-7:1zfgf14:f::fA f.f:.,:f4-14 ,+,yptff'f- 114, lg: A121541 JLi1g2,355'f::35 .w".iq 49: is :f-...-f - - -- - A - DOME OF THE ROCK K ,ff-2 SACKERIAS TOMB Brnpv, .,,, ,, THE KIBBUTZ In many countries, communal living was an experiment that was tried and failed, but the Kibbutz in Israel, has developed into a way of life. Originally they were agricultural communities, living off of the land that they farmed. Modern times have branched them into industry. About 4070 of Israel,s population lives on kibbutzim, yet they produce 40070 of the agricultural output and 7070 of it's industrial needs. This way of life has proved to be an integral part of Israeli society through it's evolution. s. hoffman TEL AVIV 4 if W f W 72 cj 5 5 WX, 7 ,fn ff Q X Q f f Z Qxxxxywxxwk f,f m wxvmgqnwmm W QTN Swwgxwwxwaxwmwf SSN' Nsvxmwwv, Q g. smithson -..,.,uu-I-,M...L.:. , f Z1 11 W W Cy W!! Inf, ,f fi A x . -mx- 15. X - ..w 1: 11 xr 5 E .31 ' if j, -.1, ,-4. 44 HAIFA: A BIT OF EVERYTHING 1 xl s. hoffman s. hoffman b. coman p. o'mara 4 5 IMPRESSIONS 1 Q -L q. , OF 419 353 QQ 4 NAZARETI-I -1 . , . 29 ,313 M 4' V. f ..' W, . .2 i, , , Q .1 4 r. kuehner 'Q lc . Y Y V VI.. J , I LV, -2 . sa .,,, rr X A, ,f rf K" A 1 m. lamoureux ! f.p. ily 5 x P A 9 1 if QQ, ,X f-P. ily 1 PJ '-1 Di. , V Afgiyw V , A ff '1 J A 'J ,ii fwgfi . ,, M " Z Q f R , I+' r , " 4' V Wff"3F4i?lf-ffm W, F , VA , W V , . N xfgffu L, , , A , VY , '- .J 'iii V 1 ,A Jilgiayf " 5 " "U i, 5 M EW L. T11 "Z .Vg ' ,, ' : A ,gf ,,' In 1 .?' 'w ,W - 1 ' 1 5 is Sift , HT A 'I 5 ' -gk-1,-1 f f X A,sf f Ewa, 4 fy? N N, f isa-had g.f,, L' g g. ,j 2. ' -A 1 .M M' 1 'A ' 4- bb- .zum f Q 21 I! " fmffv H- 1 - 1 gl,-1- ' A ' xx, H " vm . , V , 1-, " , W , , .,,. , , TN W W f. !fE,5fWYrg QQ. ' ' 1 :LE ' A v W Xu, L, N 'fi gg-I1 Q1'4w3w "H X.: , YJ, Vi! ' Q 14-Hsin fp- ily f-P. ily 471- -'---- GREECE w. mccoy p. o'mara With a heritage that goes back to the infancy of Western Civilization, Greece beholds a beauty and richness unequaled. Remnants of it's glorious past are evident from the mountainous regions of Meteora to the sundrenched Cyklades. The main attraction of the country is the Acropolis of Athens. Many Forrestal crewmen wandered through the ruins of the Acropolis, reliving for a moment, a time when Greece was at it's pinnacle. Just below the Acropolis is the Plaka, a sourvenir-hunters paradise. The area is full of small shops that attracted the shop- pers. Pottery, leather goods and clothing were among the better buys. Athens was the last city in the Eastern Mediterranean that the Forrestal was to visit. A fitting close to a unique tour. I! Z lg. lung? i ,Ty 1 5 of nn 1 L in J p. o'mara aw , Q , V Ln, OTH T11 p. o' His- - w. mccoy ' ' - ., D Q p. o'mara 5 1' .1 wif , D - W' it , 4 1 p. o'mara ,-X 191' . V . - L ,. ,-jg' , , ' V+. ' 95:47 ' f l "fag" X Pv T -4 - ' ' ff' ,fi -1' a., j, - 1 . u . Y f , ,H .1 4. 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For over 1,000 years Apollo's priestesses interpreted the future which played a major part in deciding the fate of the ancient world. j. nichols nv" QQ: 4473 U fr -if , Q 15 0 oh ' 5? c. dement c. dement igza.. c. dement 'Pla lm 'K :Z-A K 'vn- QR f -m 1- 'swf' 'N'-4, A L , -,W Y-...,, ff ef 7. . 1. mam ,, ,ws Q, 1 - , ,:mL13f,. 1 ...u.,T.,1 -Q-xg, gt ,Q ,.g,Zjr,., X'W?Ix-,'TW-'fufifa-' ,..,gv . ,,mj.,, ,VJ L 'k , 1. 1 . ' -,C-,waz kd ww ,MM v .F Y. . , M.. . Wa . K 55,5 . 9 ,,,.. c. wilhite Inheritor of the Creatan Empire, Mycenae ,stand on an elevation overlooking the Plain of Argos. The population was grouped around a vast, central fortress. The Gate of the Lions is the famous entrance to the Fortress. The passage beyond it leads off to the royal graveyard where the .Treasury of Atreua houses the tomb ascribed to Agemamnon. s. hoffman s fam, M,,.g-r., . ,.- . ., sg A- -- ', ., , . ,f -- L .L-gy-.-al.: '14-51, as ' - - r 4-'a,-Arm . ., il. 4 ,- f U' 52' pr s-. ,... .sb c. wilhite ,...4l-- 1 4, 5 ', ., , . .N -mv' ig.-.1-4""' - ,da . Il l Lan" -""' Q, gr-'fr ' I c. wilhite 'sh X -Ali J vs 3: THE ISLANDS: HYDRA, POROS 8a SPETSAI For the adventurous, a short boat ride from Athens leads them to the islands of Poros, Hydra and Spetsai. These tiny islands form a chain commonly called the "North Sporades". The islands, for the most part, are inhabited by Greeks who are fiercly independent, but play host to thousands of curious tourists a year as well. The long quiet beaches are the main attraction for those who flock the islands in the summer months. However, for those who would rather get away from the water, there are also many lush and tempting forests to explore. In general, the way of life on these islands is still primitive as compared to the mainland. The people of these islands make their living on fishing and tourism. Spring fishing, which is usually done right off shore in handmade boats, is still carried out in the traditional manner, as done many years before. From a distance, the islands display a picturesque shoreline lined with white-washed buildings that hug the deep torquoise waters of the Mediterranean. As you ride towards the islands the scenery lends you a sensation of relaxation. Here, travelers can find what they are looking for. Whether it be sun or adventure, these islands offer the curious an escape from reality. Q-1 ILT w.4.' -5 .. 1, '-,- ,r , -- W ,HgM?UMMH Q. ' 4 I - 7 Y ,,,. li!! -v .4 1 S- Q ll' ini- I fffjf' 'F , ..,,..-.. , L kuehner THE ACROPOLIS W, R? 1- 5 , . .,' , ,f 1 U' I ,gil . n HA., , l'. duh r I I A r I I H x I 41'K"1' ,. '1 lfj , V , H "ffl, " higgjf- X 'Wi X r T - u N -1. ' va a,Lb -. "- 1 . ei -P ' F Ag VKLXIM ., IL, m. lamoureux xx ' 4 1 .-" ' S ..,- , U ,Ah -1 'ILNA -og 4, k . ,44 a Q, Q 4- Q I Y 4 , x 44 'Q 4 4 ir 1 .4 X f V R , , d. blackman w. mccoy - 5. .rin .-A. . , . V . v 359 p. o'mata SICILY Fottestal made a dockside port call at Palermo, Sicily on March 15th. The stop primarily intended to be used as a repair period, it enabled the crew to visit a fine city and catch-up on intramural sports. Perhaps the greatest attraction was the ease of getting into the city. The sights were as unique as any so far. The people were open and friendly toward their visitors, extending every courtesy to the crew. The Special Services Softball team managed to raise their record to 10-1 by preying upon divisional and squadron teams. Coach, Jon Gagne, kept the team on their toes and has put together a fine ball team. Across the island, Forrestal Runners began a 126-mile trek across the Sicilian countryside. Nine runners participated in a relay that began in Sigonella, ending in the outskirts of Palermo 16 hours later. Slowly, the Fotrestal has moved toward the Western Med,. The crew is coming to the realization that the cruise is nearing it's end. funk r 1 f N p p. o'mara r 4 i I K , s. hoffman p. o mara p. o'mara 361 ff, 1X YM f: N A xx. f --3 I si. X n: j J f . K A V- un X I A 545-if L A' I . i 2 1 l - v what mu-war. . - K V, - I- .' V -. , 1 A . 1 4 ,, Aa! ,f vf' ' .-..-.-... . - a 111 1' ' "arf n ' ' -S -. , . '44 . "9 ' 1 A" ' V "Q 1fQ'e it I ,X L- ' , A X , " 'fi f ' ' -0 ." AY' 4, ' P' jffn' , ' Q ,lf , J' ff-" X 'V ' , 4 Hifi x X .T - -' .. . A I 1" 5 I x R l ,I " . 'U ,AW Y - U Xpfxn " ' Q' ,. ' ' I 1 X4 'Y' if 5 -uw ' ' ff .11-ff In. ,gf fsvg, ?.5 --.M-v--P-AM? '., I Q il' IJ-AIX, t ! ., , it , - ' N o, --A 'A .' ',L2YY',- x f if f. . H1 KX' -fg , Q I, xii' w, . 'he is XX My if 5 -f", f. 5 , 1 " , , jg JL' llifb- f. , gn , , , A 4, . ,x 31? 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Many of Forrestafs crewmen got that spring itch and traveled along the coast to Marsaisle, Cannes and St. Tropez With the knowledge that the return to Mayport is only a I month away, everyone seemed to have gathered a second wind. Home is not far off. ,I' 'v , a. 'fl- W WN S! Q! ' . C ,X W ' QC' - A1439 4? p. o'mara .,, I I en r. duhaime The Rites Of Spring Along The Cote d'Azur r. duhaime v i 6 l aiLL..-.. KKVN 'Kg ' "3 I I l Petanque l , "rg, ,'1:,'x,.,wg-vi .' v-H.,.-- 4-K , A , . -I: - W..- , , : I .' 4- ' W ,, '- ",-'iff-4'--'A' ,. wr ty-, .ww-,, ' my - v. . ' ' . L -' :.a. 4 ww' f- -M--a.-rcfw,g,q:..' " - , -, , , , V ' "':':f-f-T'1-'iw f'41',.f"'f'g4-.,1, "'3'Wf"f'f"L'14f::gw'-wif' fri:-22:,J-'25 , fs ' ff :A "'f : .3 Q. L-, V -' - ' z ff . V W 5, firm:-1 VM 1.-t, ., Q U V. 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If you didn't know any better you would think the game was their livlihood . . . or is it? r. duhaime ,V M ,314 W. ,V N, M 'Jx 'yn-15:5-Y.,.......,,-,.UV...--,.f. ..,. L-'ZT1'L:,'.' f ' 'f' -- I ' I Ui?" 3111-ffT,..'Ti 1:xg.mP""f.'1-12 JL.: '4 Af-v -able' m,.S,a .- ,Wu V Easter Sunday: Sunrise Service ge . decaire m. adams 3,w,,g,, 5 71,4-J, ..-.,.A, - ..,.-,-A, -Y .1,..,- -, - , 1 ,-'TYYW-Ln' ' nm -'Pi I M4 I Dwugh ,-.Ak lu ,,V'y ,, V nga, , ga! 1 1: i 2 i , n .4 3, . .-n. ,, W , ' V ' 4 . f - 5 af 4, . ,, j' ' M7 'hug' . 1., K A t. robb Sunny Sunday w r. duhaimg P f "'f"r"'f-' -. ' V' 1-warn 1 5 "'n'fff'1 .V 4 .nn n ' f .n ,gg-ffiffew A f f , V .an.i:,m, 4,4 V Q-1' 5'f'.Aff' 1 f ,Li ""'f'7,r'i' " ' . -fn' 144 A lv, ,' A I., wif" ,I . 44 ' , 1 l'V"iL'?, ' ff 'B I+- .1 M' ' i ' ' .' ' 'ffim Va If , ,4 J -f :fp ' ' A - K... 4 ,' 1' ! - 91' A 45' 'ff if . ' ' t: f f sn , - . V, , . . Q. 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Flashing through everyone's mind were the events of the ligfl b. coman past few months. It is hard to think about what it was like in November of 1979 without thinking what happened in between. Waiting for the moment of reunion seemed to take so long and yet it became a fleeting, loving moment when it occurred. Our lives have been renewed and our loves rekindled. We're home. -V. --- , , , H ., ., .....,,, . ,.... - ..,v, .,,,.,,,...,,.. ,,,. ,,,,,.,,,, ,.,,,,,,-,, , ,, ,, ,, , ,I 123' , ' ' , , ,f , 79 f . ' f ' ' ' ' fy.-r :- NEW HORIZONS b' Comm' b. coman 8 I THE MEMDRY UF THOSE WE LEFT BEHIND Sunset and evening star, And one clear call for me! And may there be no moaning for the bar, When I put out to sea, But such a tide as moving seems asleep, Too full for sound and foam, When that which drew from out the boundless deep Turns again home. Twilight and evening bell, And after that the dark! And may there be no sadness of farewell, When I embark. For tho' from out our bourne of Time and Place, The flood may bear me far, I hope to see my Pilot face to face When I have crossed the bar. Alfred Tennyson 384 Lieutenant Mack T. Elliot Lieutenant ljg.l John W. Smith, Jr Lieutenant John P. Lyden GMT3 Kirk J. Plybon -an-N H- ..-. x'L-1.- 'rif- r -o 4-10550 -an-J-N "" " 'F' 'N' ,um .-. .,,-'g-md.-disc M-.uuu1.d'im.. ""'-4-4" -A I uf, ,,t,u,,.2:x,,, ,:,,3:::.:,,,,.. ...- f wk.-vc xv 'bv-T' xv. v- 'Zhu' "'Mwn.--Q. -4,-4. ""' 5' """"""""" N' ' , , , f . f- -- -. .. .. .... , ., . . - .., .LM - .. :. .-.- '- kr- ' ' --V ' WW' "'1:':'f2" '- ' ' 4" 'I " , I - . . 5 . ., .. 1 . - -- .. .. .- J,-N. ,,, -- A -- -I , 1 ,- aw.. , , , ,W -....,..,-mi... 'zzmom ' ' -R """g'1X' "um-v...f -w ... """""'+'f"'7'f'f'fVk'1-lf' 1' mum- -:.11-- 113:--v-., "W" -P ' .'-'- :- ' ' ?'7'. ' f . 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