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We have just completed the s- enthgh: acyme to F O R tog-Eg este a Pacific. At the beginning of this
cruise I have set three major go. Is I wante v to i . They - to . ejfg a e cruise, a exercise every aspect of our
amphibious capability to its uII xtent d to have a tr ofession ngIne 5 -am pIant-the best in the
Squadron. FORT FISHER a iev fthese goals; You -w are the o e$id it. I could not be prouder of
your performance. We h. ; no se I s in'uries during thi - l attribut th suoe isors t were genuiner
concerned for th r m- ils Ks usi 'tbu I y syg;x Xj ey. o . the beach. We ran
LCAC welldeck t oerati 1!! U : ; i im 0. e si at sea and CIC
controlled the en - .' - 2 01.1.3";- Lo r orce . - .- i ' 88. During our
OPPE in Guam, the E 5' -. -r' slew P- eir xIfessionaIi u . I own in the holes.
Along the way, we c o a I of other things e . oo - ' i . -eI beach parties gave
us a Chance to relax a bui new friendships. We saw 0 the Philippines and
from Hong Kong to G . . 0 Ir em - - i ' officials as well as our
boss Admiral Smith ano VE I : - - . D 7 c . t ' i d up the ship as part of
our weekly zone inspe o.ns . : ' ' . . : ited FORT FISHER was
impressed ' .
What we did most of a was bu d a team W: tsta sailor IX" divi on or a r arine from an embarked
unit. We were all a part c FORT HER. t
Command at sea is the pI , acIe of . riav
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FISHER the finest ship I have ev serf , ,
EDWARD P. ANGLIM
CDR EDWARD P. ANGLIM
Commander Edward P. Anglim was born April 1, 1947 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Raised in the
Northwest, he was commissioned through the US. Naval Academy in June of 1969. Commander
Angiim reported aboard his first command USS NICHOLAS tDD-4491, as First Lieutenant and com-
pleted NICHOLAS' twilight deployment to the Western Pacific. Transferred to USS KNOX tFF-10521,
first of her class, he served as Electronic Material Officer and combat Information Center Officer on
KNOX's maiden and second deployment. Commander Anglim was assigned to Navy Recruiting
Command Headquarters, Washington, DC. in 1972 followed by tours as Weapons Officer, USS
JOHNSTON DD 8211 and Operations Officer, USS THOMASTON iLSD 281. Subsequently in August
1979, he served as the Amphibious Type Desk Officer on the staff of Commander Naval Surface
Force, US. Pacific Fleet. Commander Anglim served his Executive Officer tour in USS JUNEAU tLPD
101. He was ordered to Washington DC. in December 1983 where he served two tours; the first as
the Amphibious Plans and Programs Officer for the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations tSurface
Warefare1 and the second in the Congressional Liaison Section of the Chief of Naval Operations.
Commander Anglim's personal awards include the Navy Achievement Medal, Navy Commenda-
tion Medal and the Meritorious Service Medal with Gold Star.
nThe responsibility of the Commanding Officer for his command is
absolute, except when, and to the extent, relieved therefrom by
competent authority, or as provided otherwise in these regulations.
The authority of the Commanding Officer is commensurate with his
responsibility. While he may, at his discretion and when not contrary to
law or regulations, delegate authority to his subordinates for the ex-
ecution of details, such delegation of authority shall in no way relieve
the Commanding Officer his continued responsibility for the safety,
well being, and efficiency of his entire command."
US. Navy Regulations
CAPTAIN Gene F. Gauthier
COMMANDER Glyn M. Thompson
COMMANDER John F. Gamboa
CAPTAIN Kenneth R. Barry
COMMANDER Nigel E. Parkhurst
COMMANDER Richard C. Williams III
COMMANDER Arthur J. Gilbert
COMMANDER Edward P. Anglim
USS FORT FISHER tLSD-40i
LCDR JAMES P. MARSH JR.
Lieutenant Commander James P. Marsh Jr. was born March 25, 1953 in New London,
Connecticut. Raised in the Northwest, he was commissioned through Oregon State University
in June of 1975. Lieutenant Commander Marsh reported to his first command, USS SOMERS
1DDG 341 as the Damage Control Assistant. From there he served at the California Maritime
Academy as the Assistant Officer in Charge and as an instructor. After additional training,
Lieutenant Commander Marsh transferred to USS FANNINC 1FF 10761 as Engineering Officer in
1982, followed by a tour aboard USS DUBUQUE 1LPD 81 as Operations Officer. In 1987 he
received an Operations Analysis Masters Degree from the Naval Post Graduate School.
Lieutenant Commander Marsh's personal awards include three Sea Service Deployment
Awards as well as'the Expert qualifications in both Rifle and Pistol.
FORT FISHER'S MISSION
FORT FISHER's mission is to carry preloaded heavy landing craft, equipment and troops to an objective area in
conjunction with an amphibious assault; to positively control waterborne craft while they are assaulting the beach and
provide extensive repairs to craft should the need arise. The versatility of the ship makes it possible to accomplish this mis-
sion in a variety of ways.
The primary feature of the ship is the well deck which extends from the stern forward; approximately three-quarters of
the length of the ship. Large quantities of cargo and vehicles can be brought in to the well, by landing crafts or by the ships
cranes. The well deck can be flooded to launch and recover boats and craft through the stern gate. A ramp system leading
up from the well deck goes to the other storage area decks where vehicles such as jeeps, trucks, tanks, and equipment
trailers can be stored.
FORT FISHER has a flight deck to facilitate on and off loading by helicopter. The ship is capable of handling the largest
type of helicopter in use today. The flight deck can also carry cargo and vehicles should the situation require such loading.
FORT FISHER has three 3" twin gun mounts which can engage surface targets or be used in limited shore bombardment
Command and control of amphibious operation is conducted from FORT FlSHER's flying bridge, located above the pilot
house and the Combat Information Center located behind the bridge. Boat waves are controlled and directed to the
assault beach according to precise time tables.
As a result of the last overhaul, the ship was modified to land and transport LCAC tLanding Craft, Air Cushionl. LCAC is a
boat that rides on an air-filled, rubber skirted devise that enables the boat to obtain and exceed speeds in excess of 30
knots. LCAC provides over the horizon capability, increased access to the world's beaches, quicker delivery or retraction
and the ability to deliver USMC material and personnel in-land, over various types of terrain.
The ship can berth and feed 320 marine combat troops in addition to the normal 325 man crew. Facilities include a ship's
store, a laundromat, barber shop, video games, library, closed circuit TV studio and dining facilities which are also used for
showing movies in the evening.
Two 50-ton cranes located on the port and starboard sides enable FORT FISHER to transfer items on, off and about the
ship. Located near the cranes are FORT FISHER's own four boats. The LCM-6 and the LCVP landing craft are capable of car-
rying troops and cargo. There are also two LCPL's which are used for a variety of tasks such as lifeboat, ship-to-ship
transportation and boat group commander's boat.
The history of USS FORT FISHER actually begins in the early 1860's. The ship was named for the
Confederate stronghold Fortnyisheyr Carolina, which stood at the mo th of the Cape Fear
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