Fort Snelling (LSD 30) - Naval Cruise Book

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I I V uss FORT SNELLING (LSD-30) 1961 -1962 £ -..w „ ' fr -a •w «n f. DEDICATION A SHIP AND IT X S MEN Thisbook is a record of the USS FORT SNELLING ' s activi- ties AND DEPLOYMENTS COVERING THE PERIOD FROM MARCH 1961 TO June 1962. It is a pictorial and written record of Navy men per- forming A mission at sea and in port. In this book you will see their reflected pride in country, service, family and self, plus thedesire for education and new experience. Also, many sections are devoted to a famous attribute of the american sailor; his sense of humor. This period of time was not easy as it was bought with hard work and loneliness for loved ones and home. w ith this thought in mind this book is respectfully dedicated not only to the of- FICERS and Men of the USS FORT SNELLING but also to the WIVES AND SWEETHEARTS WHO STAYED AT HOME AND WAITED. Commanding Officer CAPTAIN L. C. KLINGAMAN, USN Falls Church, Virginia CAPTAIN LEON C. KLINGAMAN WAS RAISED in York, Pennsylvania, " and graduated from the U. S. Naval Academy in 1941. During World War II he served aboard destroyers and partici- pated in the battles of the Coral Sea, Midway and Stewart Islands, He completed post grad- uate schooling AT MIT, AND SERVED ABOARD THE USS MISSOURI during the Korean War, receiving the Bronze Star . Prior to commanding the FORT SNELLING, CAPTAIN KLINGAMAN was assigned to the Bu- reau of Naval Weapons in Washington. He is married to the former anita morand of honolulu, Hawaii, and has two children, Carla and Leon Carl , Jr . Executive Officer COMMANDER C. R. HINMAN Elgin, Nebraska COMMANDER CHARLES R. HINMAN WAS born in Elgin, Nebraska, and entered the Navy in 1944. After completing underwater demolition traininghe participated in the Allied landing at Borneo, where he received the Bronze Star, and laterthe demilitarization of japan. these were followed by tours of duty aboard west coast vessels and as recruiting officer. Prior to reporting to the FORT SNELLING, CDR HINMAN was Commanding Officer of the Underwater Swimmers School at Key West, Flo- rida. HE IS MARRIED TO THE FORMER MARGARET ANN Taylor of San Diego, California, and has four children . HISTORY OF THE U.S.S. FORT SNELLING The U.S.S. FORT SNELLING is named after " Old Fort Snelling " , a national monu- ment in Saint Paul, Minnesota, which when originally constructed in 1819 was the most north-western outpost of the united states. it was located at the junction of the miss- ISSIPPI and Minnesota rivers. Built as a part of a national plan for frontier defense, it was a tiny island of civilization in the wilderness. here the indian agency, the fur traders, a few white settlers, the soldier, and the indian neighbors made the old fort a hub of Northwest activity. Many distinguished army officers, including Zachary Taylor and Jefferson Davis, served the fort. Today the Round Tower and Blockhouse survive. They are the oldest buildings in minnesota and are under the care of the minnesota historical Society. The U.S.S. FORT SNELLING was built by the ingalls Shipbuilding Company in Pesca- goula, Mississippi. Mrs. Robert F. Briscoe, wife of Vice Admiral Briscoe, deputy Chief of Naval Operations and Readiness, was the sponsor at her launching on 16 July 1954. She was placed in commission 24 january 1955. Since commissioning, the FORT SNELLING has undergone training at Guantanamo Bay, CUBA, FOURT1MES, HAS PARTICIPATED IN MANYAMPHIBIOUS EXERCISES IN THE CARIBBEAN AREA , VISIT- ING SUCH PORTS AS SAN JUAN , PUERTO R ICO ; ST. THOMAS, VIRGIN ISLANDS; CU [DAD T RU J ILLO , DOMINICAN REPUBLIC; MONTEGO BAY; KINGSTON, JAMAICA AND PORT-AU- PR INCE , HAITI. THE FORT SNELLING HASALSO PARTICIPATED IN LARGE SCALE FLEET AMPHIBIOUS EXERCISES AT ONSLOW BEACH, NORTH CAROLINA, AND LARGE SCALE NATO EXERCISES, ONE HELD OFF THE VIRGINIA CAPES IN MAY OF 1956, AND ANOTHER OFF THE COAST OF TURKEY DURING THE FALL OF 1957. The FORT SNELLING has spent three regular rotational deployments with the Sixth Fleet. The first of these (August 1956 - January 1957) is especially memorable for the ship assisted in the evacuation of American and European Nationals from Egypt during the Suez crisis. While the ship was anchored near Alexandria, Egypt, from 30 October to 2 Nov- ember REPEATED ATTACKS BY BRITISH AIRCRAFT ON EGYPTIAN AIRFIELDS WITH RETURN ANTI-AIRCRAFT FIRE AND OTHER HARASSMENTS WERE OBSERVED. MEANWHILE, A TOTAL OF 284 EVACUEES, INCLUDING SOME 81 CHILDREN, HAD BEEN TAKEN ON BOARD, AND CARING FOR THEM HAD BEGUN. ON 2 NOVEMBER 1956THE SHIP DEPARTED FOR THE ISLAND OF CRETE, AND TWO DAYS LATER HER EVACUEES WERE TRANS- FERRED TO ANOTHER SHIP. THESECONDOF THE MEDITERRANEAN DEPLOYMENTS (JUNE 1958 - DECEMBER 1958) WAS EQUALLY EVENTFUL AS THE FORT SNELLING, ALONG WITH MANY OTHER SIXTH FLEET SHIPS, PARTICIPATED IN THE LANDING OF MARINES AT BEIRUT DURING THE LEBANON CRISIS. OPERATIONS CONSISTED OF ACTING AS PRIMARY CONTROL VESSEL FOR THE LANDING OF EMBARKED MARINES IN BEIRUT ON 15 JULY 1958, PATROLLING OFF THE COAST OF LEBANON AND FURNISHING SUPPORT TO THE MARINES ASHORE. InOctober 1958, the FORT SNELLING was assigned to Amphibious Squadron Ten, along WITH THE U.S.S. BOXER (LPH— 4). WITH THIS SQUADRON SHE PARTICIPATED IN SEVERAL CARIBBEAN DEPLOYMENTS PLUS ADDITIONAL ASSIGNMENTS WHICH CARRIED HER TO CANADA, NEW YORK ClTY, BAL- TIMORE, MAYPORT AND BERMUDA. |N JANUARY, 1962, THE FORT SNELLING BECAME PART OF AM- PHIBIOUS Squadron Eight for deployment to the Mediterranean. ' ■■■ ■ " H I Willi MMWIUUJIIIH SHIP ' S WORK The principal missions of the FORT SNELLING are to load, transport and launch amphibious VEHICLES AND HELICOPTERS, TOGETHER WITH THEIR CREWS AND EMBARKED PERSONNEL AND EQUIPMENT; REN- DER LIMITED DOCKING AND REPAIR SERVICES TO SMALL SHIPS AND CRAFT; AND ACT AS PRIMARY CONTROL VESSEL FOR AMPHIBIOUS LANDINGS. THE FORT SNELLING CAN ALSO SERVE AS A HOSPITAL EVACUATION SHIP AND AS A FAST TROOP TRANSPORT. The officers AND crew have worked together as a well trained team not ONLY TO FULFILL THE ABOVE MISSIONS , BUT ALSO TO PERFORM THE MANY AND VARIED TASKS NECESSARY FOR THE ADMINISTRATION , UPKEEP AND GENERAL WELFARE OF A NAVAL SHIP, AS THE FOLLOWING PAGES WILL DEPICT. THE DECK FORCE AND HARD WORK ANOTHER WORD FOR LONG HOURS M— JMBMEMWIKtllMIMI ' taiitfrawregHH M ANCHORS AWEIGH NOT EVERYBODY WORKS THE " BIG O " LANDS ANOTHER SUPPLY SPELLS .... .SERVICE . raffjflmrirnrn i ii in i ii i mi i im nirmiTi AND " CHOW TIME " DIP HIM AGAIN, CORDIERO, THE CHICKEN SOUP ISN ' T READY YET WTOtKa TOinnin nama miiii i imwiimiiaiM i ENGINEERING MEANS, WATCH STANDING. AND " CAN DO " GUNNERY . WAITING FOR THE WORD , FROM FEARLESS ENS KERNS HEY, WOODY, YOU IN THERE? YOU REALIZE, GILSON, YOU CAN BE COURT MARTIALED FOR THIS. THE MEDICAL DEPT. MEANS. GOOD HEALTH. OPERATIONS MEANS " ON THE BALL, AND.... MUD .ADMINISTRATION MEANS. .... PAPERWORK CAPT. KL1NGAMAN REAR ADMIRAL MCCAIN CAPT. IRVING THE VISITING VIP ' s VICE ADMIRAL MCDONALD GEN SHOUP ADMIRAL MCCAIN AND SIDE BOYS FIVE GUNNERY " E ' s " AND A COMMUNICATION ' S " C " SHIP ' S RECREATION Whenever time permitted inher busy schedule the FORT SNELLING ' s crew took maximum ad- vantage of both organized and " unorganized " recreational activities . In the athletic line of activities the FORT SNELL.ING was always ready to field varsity SOFTBALL AND BASKETBALL TEAMS. BOTH TEAMS COMPILED COMMENDABLE RECORDS, THE SOFTBALL TEAM defeating the USS BOXER, the US S R A NK I N , and the U SS C A PRICOR NUS . While the basket- ballers downed the USS MONROVIA, the Marines, and the USS DESOTO COUNTY. Frequent games between departments such as the rivalry between the deck force and the engineers always promised great entertainment if not gr eat athletic ab i l it y . long to be remembered were the undefeated officer ' s " golden eagles " softballand volleyball teams led by ensign killer keller. Smokers, ship ' s parties, beach parties, bingo, movies and variety shows were arranged when- ever possible. Also, chess and pinochle tournaments were played, and last but not least, one of the most popular forms of unorganized recreation, catching up on lost sleep. H V« JEVW«W»t lU« ' THE BEACH PARTIES... PROVIDED, FUN . . . AND RECREATION J FOR ALL SMOKERS f •JkJ. ySJ " MAD DOG " MCKEE. " PUNCHY " WARD ' CANVAS BACK " WEISSMAN . ■ ttmMtBk Mllll- i ._.. .. — . M --j-i - ' KILLER " KELLER " MASKED TERROR 11 . . . V.m»% 3B. . .=„ . .AND . . .VICTIM ENSIGN SANTA CLAUS and DEPENDENTS CHRISTMAS PARTY TEAMS SOFTBALL TEAM AND FRIEND ROUND BALLERS LTJG POWELL, STAR OF UNDEFEATED " GOLDEN EAGLES " VOLLEYBALL TEAM, SMASHES ONE PAST WEISSMAN OF THE ENLISTED " BILGE RATS " TEAM. LEISURE TIME ACTIVITIES INCLUDED .... LIBRARY AND CREW ' S LOUNGE , . . .GAWRONSKI ' S GOLDEN GATOR TRIO, .MUSCLE HEAD WEIGHT LIFTERS .AND FRIENDLY BINGO GAMES mm FT. SNEUU.NG AND M.GHTY MOUSE MISS 1 . OOOTH LAN DING THE COFFEE BREAK CHESS CHAMP PONDERS TACTICAL SITUATION PINOCHLE CHAMPS " MIRROR, MIRROR ON THE WALL, WHO ' S THE BIGGEST DEALER OF THEM ALL? " ANOTHER FAVORITE RECREATION MWMBI»«Kra»«MWWHi ' wMH ' i M PORTSMOUTH , N . H , BALTIMORE, MD, mm. ' Sesimuda, iiMiwHimwiniuiiM r- r ■■: ' ' ; mi,Mnnm»m. KWiflinflMNMllllUIUM 5 I HHBs Wx pl i ■ ! ■■ ii ii» Willi t ' jift ' niw " r r r V ■ ' PUERTO RICO THE VIRGIN ISLANDS TttsDnsKWHS rn Mtit ,■ f ii nf. i I •SwoeV H J !W -- . ' ' o =Oam Jl fTm?. 1 W- R O M E ITALY GENOA PISA I DON ' T CARE HOW MUCH IT IMPRESSES THE ITALIAN GIRLS, ENSIGN KELLER, THAT UNIFORM HAS TO GO ! ATHENS, GREECE -. , - - .1 2 u BARCELONA SPAIN ■■HH 5 M m X « WELCOME BACfmHOME " OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT DIVISION LCDR R.L.BAKER LOS ANGELES, CALIF, LTJG P.HORNBECK LTJG L . A . FREEDMAN ROME, N.Y. NORFOLK, VA . R .L.TAIT , RD1 DEARBORN , MICH, G .BAARTZ , SN 1RVINGTON, N.J E .A .SOLLMAN , YN 3 TURTLE LAKE, W1SC. aJ d ' M J. I .HUNTER , YNSN GREAT FALLS, S.C. D.A.BOYLE, ET3 WILLOUGHBY , O . D .R.BENZ , RD2 ARMOUR , S .D . " S 4 H.E.MOLL, RD3 LANCASTER, PA. T.G.CARTER , ET2 LOV1NGTON, N.M. R.D.PARK, ETR3 PRORO , UTAH E.L.NEWL1EP, ET3 CRETE, ILL. G . R.SVOPA , RD2 CONEMAUGH , PA . S .A.DRAUSS , RD2 MERIDEN, CONN. J.SCANNELL, RD2 BELL GARDENS, CALIF. DIVISION LTJG W.L.HARRISON SHAKER HEIGHTS, O. ENS. W.L.WILLIS SWAINSBORO , GA . R.TALERICO , RM2 RED BANK, N.J. M .MIELE , SM3 ORANGE , N.J. £M£ H.L.GRUBB, RM2 GREENSBORO, N .C. L.L.JOHNS, RMSN E . W . POKORHEY , SM2 C.W.RHODES, RM1 COLDWATER, MICH . PITTSTON, PA. SALEM, MASS. T .T. HARRIS , RMSN PAINESV1LLE, O. A Arm 4 M. P.KENNEDY, SMSN C . J . B ECKW ITH , RM 2 K.J.LAWSON, RMSN CLARKSBURG, W . VA . BUFFALO, N.Y. PHILADELPHIA, PA. J.J.CIMAS , SM2 CLEVELAND, O. H. F. MCARTHUR, RM 3 RIDGEFIELD , N . J . D .NEMCHICK , RM3 TOTOWA , N .J . J.R.KEAN, RD3 ANNAPOLIS, MD. L.M ILLER , SM 1 TOLEDO, O. N.M.NUGENT, SMSN F.H.LUKASIK, RMSN DETROIT, MICH. SO. CHICAGO, ILL. SUPPLY DEPARTMENT LT D.H .REED GLENN, CALIF, LTJG TOM MCCARTHY BRIGHTON, MASS. DIVISION R .J.BOYD , SDC B.M.LAWLOR, SK3 G . L.JACKSON TN C .W.WARD, SH3 FRENDLE , M ICH . PONT1AC , MICH . ZANESVILLE, O. BAYS IDE, VA . R.A.DAVIDSON, SK2 PROSPECT , PA . B.W.HARRELL, SN W. G. BREDENBEC K, SHS M R.S.JACKSON, TN FITZGERALD, GA . CLEVELAND, O. SCHULENBURG, TEX, G .E .STANLEY, SN MOUNT DESERT, MA, K.J.JUDD, SN BEVERLY, KAN. J .M .PARKER, SH2 JACKSONVILLE, FLA, J .H .JENSEN , SN ROCHESTER , MINN , R.H. RASTATTER, DK3 ERIE , PA . W.L.WORLEY, DK2 MT. HOLLY , N .J . R .D.GRIMES , SN LAFAYETTE, IND. L. F.BOFO , CS3 PITTSBURG , PA . T.E.CLAND, SK3 MYRTLE BEACH, S.C G .R.VAR1AS , TN ALFONSO, P.I. W .C .JOHNSON, SK3 ST . CLOUD , MINN . J.FAGONE, SN E . BOSTON , MASS , W .L.GOODE , SD2 PORTSMOUTH, VA. H . M .BELCH , CS1 BAYS IDE, VA . S .C.BERGELIN , SN OSHKOSH , WISC. C . LYNCH , SD3 PENSACOLA, FLA T.G.PERALTA, TN . H . Wl LKERSON , TN PANGASINAN, P.I. SHREVEPORT, LA. v.- r L .L.MITCHELL, SN NORTHVILLE, MICH. MlM H . J.RICCARDI , SK3 YONKERS , N .Y. THAT ' S THE MCCARTHY MACHINE THAT RIPS THE BUTTONS OFF THE SHIRTS AND STUFFS THEM IN THE SOCKS. NAVIGATION and EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT ENS R.HIMES 1ROOKLYN, N.Y LTJG S.EVANS LTJG W.TOBIN ST. LOUIS, MO. MARTHAS VINEYARD, MASS. DIVISION C.K.BROSCH, GMC T.W.HOLCOMB, GMC NEWARK, N.J. WARROAD, MINN. D.H.KAUFMAN , PN 2 PEAKVILLE , N.Y. D.C.GAWRONSKI, YN 3 BUFFALO , N .Y. G .G.EASH , HM2 LA GRANGE , IND. F. W.COLLYER , EN2 NORFOLK , VA . R .D.RIPLEY, HM1 LODI , O . L.C.TOMSICK, QMSN G.J.SIMONS, QM2 FAIRLAWN, N.J. MILWAUKEE, WISC. F.E.TACKETT, HM1 E.WEISSMAN, HN NORFOLK, VA . BATTLE CREEK, MICH, K . J.MERRITT , QM3 EVERETT, MASS. R.L.DELORGE, SN MENDON , MASS . A .B .CRAMER , PN3 CHARLEROI , PA . R .C.VICE , QM3 MASSENA , N .Y. JTm P.D.GILSON, PNSN BARBERTON , O . L.A.CHURCHILL, HM1 ALEXANDRIA , VA . G .J.WAGNER , PC3 MILFORD, CONN. D .R .MEYERS , SA CHAMBERSBURG , PA. P .D.HASLERUD , YN 1 PETERSON , MINN . M.L.JACKSON, BM3 COVINGTON , VA . J .C .PLYMALE , SN COLUMBUS, O. |5 P D .H.DENNISON , SN TAUNTON , MO. G.D.MOHR, SA FAIRLANE, I ND. -mnxnnrtmrriT ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT LT G .STEVENS NORFOLK , VA. CWO R.HYATT NORFOLK, VA. CWO J .WHITESIDE NASHVILLE, TENN. ENS E .HICKEY NEW ORLEANS , LA , LTJG J.WOOD ST . PAUL, MINN , ENS W.KELLER KITKAT, S .C. ENS E .GRAHAM PHILADELPHIA , PA DIVISION R.E.LIBBY, EN2 MALDEN , MASS . N .EASON , EN3 CHICAGO, ILL. A.D.CARATURA, EN3 WOODBURY, N .J . D .W.BAKER , EN3 ALTON, ILL. J.W.EANES , EN3 DANVILLE , VA . W.E .FORCE , FN FRENCHTOWN , N.J. L.M.SHERTZER , ENFN R.C.CRANNA, EN2 HARRISBURG, PA. STOCKBRIDGE, MICH, H . J.CECUTTI , MR2 NEWARK, O. UmUHDHHHHMnMHI A.C.STEVENS, EMC CORNING , ARK. G . J.BARGER , EM3 DAYTON , O. R .B.ENGELS , EM3 FREEPORT , N .Y. C.F.SMITH, ICFN BOGOTA , N .J . J.C.ABRIGG, EM3 BRIDGEPORT, O. N .J.ADAMS , FA DELRAY BEACH, FLA. S .C .KABLESH , IC3 MT. VERNON , N .Y. D I V I S I N J. T. BERRY, EM3 SPENCERVILLE , O, P .E.MEYER , EM3 SPENCERVILLE, O. .S.JEFFCOAT, EM2 R.B.BOYD, EM3 AUGUSTA, GA . MARSHALL, TEXAS R.SMITH , FN TOMS RIVER , N .J, P.C.FORD, EM3 SARASOTA, FLA. DIVISION J.W.RUVIO, BTC NORFOLK , VA . C.W.SHULTZ, BT3 E.M.MARR, BT2 BETHLEHEM, PA. AUGUSTA, ME. K.E.LAURITZEN, FN WINTHROP, MASS. K.L.KIRK, FN M.J.DUFFY, BT3 ASHFORD, W.VA. ULSTER PARK, N.Y, C.S.KENNY, FN WOBURN , MASS. J.W.PENLEY , BT2 SAN DIEGO, CALIF. ■m 7 DIVISION A R.E.MELVIN, MMC JACKSONVILLE, FLA, - J.O.BARTA , FN HASTINGS , NEBR H . F. BROWN , MM 1 FT . PIERCE , FLA. T k gM D.BRAASCH, FA MANITOWOC, WISC. D .R.COX , BT3 QUINCY, MASS. V. REYNOLDS , FN LILY, KY . T. SAUCIER , FN WALLAGRASS , ME. R.D.COCHRAN, BT3 J.R.MILLER, BT 1 ROYAL CENTER , IND. CH EST SPR INGS , PA, A .W.TYLER , FR M ILL1VE , N .J . tf M W.E. MEADOWS, BT2 STANFORD , W . VA . (1 Pf jjjfl R .M .HAK ' PTON , FN G. A. PUTNEY, FA SAN MATEO, CALIF. WESTBROOK , ME. J.DEMPSEY, MM3 QUEENS , N.Y. S . E .BREAKIRON , FN DUNBAR , PA . iM ™m»MiMi 1M im», MMmTO n„ mmMmm . . D.C.K1ES , MM2 JESUP , IA . A .JAKUBIELSKI , FN GRAND RAPIDS, MICH C .G. PUMO, MM2 LAKE GROVE , N .Y, C .W.PRYOR , MM3 NEVADA, MO. B. P. ROTERMUND, MM3 CHICAGO, ILL. F . E . PO POW I CH , M M 3 TRENTON , N .J . R.W.WINE, MM2 YORK , S .C . R.H .CROWE , FA NEW KENSINGTON, PA, J.E .LAYHEE , MM2 DANNEMORA , N .Y. R .H .TODD , MM2 CLEVELAND, O. V J.W.HOUSTON, MM3 L.F.SWARTZ, MM2 PITTSBURG, PA. THREE RIVERS, MICH J.N.TEMBERG.JR , FA L.R.FONTAINE, FN FULTANVILLE, N.Y. SAGINAW, MICH. J.D.ANDREWS, MM 3 LEVITTOWN, PA. C.W.KRAMER, FN ROCHESTER , PA . T .C .COLIHAN , YN3 SILVER SPRING , MD, E .H.HIX , FA DAYTON , O . L.E.MCMANIGLE ,FN BRADFORD, PA. DIVISION |§ :: J| P.L.GARDNER, FN W.R.GOFF, SFP3 J.H.RUSSELL, SFP3 RICHMOND, VA . GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. OAKDALE, LA. D.R.HALL, SFPFN CANTON , O. W .L.LEVINE , FN ADELPHI , MD. G.D.RUSSELL, SFP3 R. C. CH ISAR ICK, SFP 2 P.F.BARRETT, SFP2 TUCSON, ARIZ. MILFORD, CONN. NORFOLK, VA . W.B.GRAY, SFP3 AKRON , O. R.E.WITT, DC2 DAWSON , W .VA . C. LEBLANC , SFP3 HARTFORD, CONN. E .L.ADAMS , SFM3 CALLOO, MO. W .JENSEN , DC2 STONE RIDGE , N .Y, J.W.SHULL, FN LEXINGTON , S .C, M .HALEY, SFM2 STOCKTON , CALIF, K. F.VEY, SFP3 YONKERS , N .Y. C.R. ROBBINS.SFMFN D. E.ALEXANDER, SFP 2 WAYCROSS , GA . CLAYTON , GA . D .M .DUNN , FN GREENBELT, MD , DECK DEPARTMENT LTR.F. PETTY LTJG J.POWELL LT JG O . K ITZ M I LLER FT. LAUDERDALE, FLA. FT. MYERS, FLA. LEW1STOWN, PA. ST DIVISION R.D.SULLIVAN , BM2 CENTERVILLE, TENN. M MM R.D.SIRJANE, SN J . P . OLDAKER , YNSN VICKSBURG, MISS. PITTSBURG, PA. E ,N .PLOUFFE , SN CRANSTON , R .1 . R . MCCLAIN , SN MCDONALD, PA. f 7 t f!$?t2L. 4 J.N. BUTCHER, SN CLARKSBURG, W . VA J.C .DEMSKI , BM3 BUFFALO, N .Y . D.M .JOHNSTON , SN TOLEDO, O. C .S .OLIVER , SN COLUMBIANA , GA , G .P .COLBERT , SN CLEVELAND, O. K .A.SCHULTZ, SA DALLAS , TEX . M .H .SCHWARTZ , SN BRONX , N .Y. J .A .CORSI , SN IRON MTN . , MICH . n ST DIVISION H .J.HILL , SA PITTSBURG , PA, J. K. LITTLE, SA HAGERSTOWN , MD, R .B.LACY, SN MUSKEGON , MICH W . E .HILL , SA STEUBENVILLE , O, ND DIVI SION I F . F.FERINO, BM1 JAMESTOWN , N . Y . G.E.SIMPSON, SN LYNCHBURG , VA . M .E .REED , BM3 MATAOKA, W. VA. R . L.ANDREWS , SN PICKENS , W.VA . E.V.SULLIVAN, BM3 B.R.ISAAC, SN PARMA, O. CHARLESTON, W.VA, J.A.HEWITT, SN TRENTON , N . J. J.R.HENSFAW, SN EVANSVILLE, IND. N .P .LEE, BM3 KANSAS CITY, MO. G .W .PARSONS , SN MARIETTA, O. D .B. LIKELY, SN TOMAH , WISC . B .L . SALTS , SN MARSHFIELD, IND, D. F.MCKEE , SN OCEANS IDE, CALIF. H.J.SPENCER, SN WILMINGTON , N .C . nnmiMiuni i imiiiMramini— m mi—i !■« J.H .CROWDER, SN JOPLIN, MO. L.E.JONES , SN CHILL1COTHE, MO, M .W.ADKINS , SN CHARLESTON, W.VA B .N .SAMS, SA PHILADELPHIA , PA, R.PIERCE, SN FRANKLIN FURNACE, O. G .W .EDWARDS AURORA, ILL. R .W.GETTINGS , SA PITTSBURG , PA . GUNNERY DIVISION LTJG W.B.HALE LTJG A.J.KERNS RIVERSIDE, TEXAS PHILADELPHIA, PA. E.C.HI ATT, FTC MT. AIRY, N .C . A.T.LIPMAN, FTG3 BRONX , N .Y. G.MILLER, FTG3 BASILE, LA. M .T .LEWIS , FTG3 GREENVILLE , VA . S .D.ALT , SN NORFOLK , VA. T.R.TARLA, SN LINDEN , N.J. F.B .WOOD , GM3 DAYTON , O . D.W. SCOTT , SN HOT SPRINGS , ARK. L .D .WOOD , GM3 FAIRBORN , O . J.S .GAARD , GM3 CHICAGO, ILL. C .S.BEALS , FTG3 COLUMBUS , O . E . J.COSTELLO , GM 1 BRONX , N .Y . B.J.BLEVINS, GM2 T . J . LAWSON , FTG 2 D.L.NEVIUS, SN HAYS, N.C. GALENA, O. LAKE OSWEGO, ORE, tn oueigmvnniQMi vcenaaBMnKMaBHHmBaDnMfHu GUNNERY R.E.SNYDER , GM3 BUFFALO , N .Y. R .E .ALLISON , GM3 PARAMUS , N .J . DIVISION L. F.EXL1NE , SA MACON , GA . W.H.GARVER, GM3 J.N. COMBS, GM2 L1NCOLNTON , N.C. SAXTON , W . VA . C .E.HINKLE , FTG2 COLO. SPGS , COLO. NO , NO, NO , SEAMAN EXLINE! . . .AND WE WORKED SO HARD TO GET IT! ibmii iwiiwimiiiii ninmm ■■!! 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