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Early tours included duty in several destroyers and small combatants and post graduate training in Electronics Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. After an assignment 'with the Surface Anti-Submarine Development Detachment, Key West, he assumed command of USS POLK COUNTY QLST-10841 in 1955. Subsequently he was an instructor at the U. S. Naval Postgraduate School. ln 1961, Captain WEEKS entered a sixyear tour in the CruiserfDestroyer Force Pacific with assignments as Executive Officer, USS COWELL QDD-5471, Com- manding Officer USS CHARLES BERRY QDE-10351, ASW Training and Readiness Officer Commander Cruiser-Destroyer Forces, U. S. Pacific Fleet Staff, and Commanding Officer USS HULL CDD-9451. Upon detachment from HULL, he joined the Staff of Commander Carrier Division TWO as Surface Operations.Officer. In October 1968, Captain WEEKS was promoted to his present rank and after an assignment an in the Fleet Operations Division of the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, returned to sea as Commander Destroyer Division ONE TWO-TWO. Captain WEEKS reported to the USS FOX following a tour on the 'Staff of the Chief of Naval Material. - ln addition to various service medals, Captain WEEKS holds the Navy Commendation Medal with Combat Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry. He is married to the former Margaret Renwick of Sydney, Australia. They have two sons, William and Jeffrey, and a married daughter, Linda Ann Ward. QApril 17, 1976 - 7 Captain James F. Kelly, Jr.USN Commanding Officer A graduate of Southern Connecticut State College, CAPTAIN JAMES F. KELLY earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in 1952. Following his commissioning as an Ensign in March 1953 at the Officer Candidate School, Newport-based destroyer, USS HAWKINS QDD 8731. After an assignment as communications instructor at Newport, he attended the Advanced Combat information Center Officers' School at Glenview, lllinois in 1956 and subsequently served in the carrier USS TARAWA QCVS 401 until 1957. During the period 1958-1959, he was Executive Officer of USS WESTCHESTER COUNTY QLST 11671. From 1959 until 1963, Captain KELLY was on the staff of Commander-in-Chief, U. S. Pacific Fleet. in Pearl Harbor' as Assistant Ship Operations Officer. Upon return to the mainland, he joined the staff of Commander, Destroyer Squadron 19 as Operations, Weapons and Chief Staff Officer. He was Executive Officer of the guided missile frigate USS GRIDLEY QDLG 211 during the period 1966-1968 and Commanding Officer of the guided missile destroyer USS PARSONS QDDG 331 from July 1969 until 1971. G Captain KELLY received the Master of Science Degree in Management from the U. S. Naval Postgraduate School at Monterey, California in 1966 1 . l and was graduated from the U. S. Army War College in 1969. He attended the Harvard University Graduate School of Business Administration in 1971. Assigned to the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations since 1971, Captain KELLY served both as Head, Manpower Authorization Branch lOP 1001 and Head, Program Planning and Development Branch QOP 9011 of the General Planning and Programming Division. He assumed command of the USS FOX QCG 331 on 17 April 1976. Captain Kelly was awarded the Legion of Merit for his service in the Manpower Requirements Division and for his contributions to the reorganization of the fleet staff structure. He received the Bronze Star Medal while serving USS PARSONS and the Navy Commendation while Executive Officer of USS GBIDLEY. ln addition, he wears the Vietnam Service Medal with seven campaign stars, the American Defense Service Medal, the Vietnam Campaign Medal, the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal and the Navy Occupation Medal. ' Captain KELLY is married to the former Charlane HUGHES of Warsaw, indiana. The KELLYs have a son, Terrence, and two 'daughters, Flobina and Carisa. , l con Edwin Earl Killinger, usN Executive Officer A graduate of the United States Naval Academy, Commander Killinger earned his Bachelor of Science Degree and was commissioned as an Ensign in June 1960. Following his commissioning, he served in the Engineering and Operations Departments aboard the anti-submarine carrier USS BENNINGTON QCVS 201 until 1962, and was Weapons Officer aboard USS JOHN W. THOMASON QDD 7601 from 1962 to 1964. After a year of study at-the U. S. Naval Post Graduate School at Monterey, Commander Killinger was assigned as an instructor at the Fleet ASW School in San Diego from 1965 to 1966. In 1967-1968, he was attached to the Naval Advisory Group, Vietnam as an advisor to the Vietnamese Ftiverine Force. Following Vietnam, he was assigned as Weapons Officer and then Executive Officer of USS KING QDLG 101 during the period 1968-1970. From 1970 to 1972, Commander Killinger was attached to the Chief of Naval Operations QOP-913. Commander Killinger received his Masters of Science degree in Management from the U.S. Naval Post Graduate School in Monterey in 1974 and was assigned as Executive Officer in USS FOX QCG-331 in June 1974. While in Vietnam, Commander Killinger was awarded the Bronze Star twith Combat VJ, the Navy Unit Commendation Medal, the Meritorious Unit Com- mendation, and the Combat Action Medal. He received the Navy Commendation Medal while attached to USS KING QDLG 101 and Meritorious Service Medal while attached to OPNAV COP-911. ln addition, he wears the National Defense Service Medal, the Vietnamese Navy Staff Service Medal lissued by the government of South Vietnaml, the Vietnam Service Medal lwith Silver Starl, the Vietnam Campaign Medal, the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal ivietnaml, and the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal iKoreal. Commander Killinger is married to the former Cynthia Parker of San Diego, California. The Killingers have two children, a son John Michael and a daughter, Kathrine. 'vm' 44 ,gli-Tm Weapons f LCDR WALTER P. DONNELLY Weapons Officer LT WILLIAM H. SADLER III Fire Control Officer We if .W A swf X , 2 K Sf rv ,in Q- 4,25 f f ,Q 5 M I K LTJG WILLIAM L. BURBRIDGE ASW Officer . LTJG RICHARD P. FOSTER First Lieutenant A , - , we , QV 53, 1 1 t IZA! - 3 b V 'X kilt CAPTAIN KELLY "pinning" ENS EVERT C. MAGNUSSON First Division ,rl T iiii T I 7 ,"' ff? L 2 ',,'L' I , ff 'V - F' V Xi"' Fi l? ..'f' ,'-- ' - 1 I ' ' ,A5,,,! iyvvvy 3' X.VL, L ft, I f ,l ak E ,ff , an fvvl T '-.fm ,. 'r K Q 7 f NL , The hard working men of first division are the Boatswain Mates and deckhands in charge of side cleaning, top side preservation and appearance, UNFIEPSQVEFRTREPSQ 1. .they stand bridge. watches and are part of the flight crew, they maintain the small boats and much imoref. '. ' f T T 5 tsrr 2efff45f T frrt , v ' ' - , f ,Q Q I I U " - V I X-,dd .,,,., , fl W 1 f f jg in !Qf X f W T f ff f f g r my X f ' ff DW , 7! f f ., , r , ff.,-V f ri a t Z , f ff f , f WM , 1 4 ' 11 t Q BMC Gunars J. Riders BM1 Arwood R. Fitzpatrick BM2 Thomas R. McGrath ll BM3 William L. Twitchell BM3 William C. Hollingsworth BM3 Michael A. Tucker T M .. W4 X ,L-, U VAVV V. .-. ,,, SA Kevin Brown V , i.,.'y . . " Q ...r 1 S SN Willie R. Cambell SN Robert J. Carlile 2 0 M,2f,:f , . if fe i' eiei , ' 'L L . . BM3 Melvin R. Fields SN Sylvester Grant SA Michael C. Hebert lre. 1 f SN Napoleon D. Liam SN David Mc Laughlin . 4 LH Q, J Q A.. of 31.1 7 A A in A 1 A X,XX 4 i Q li. , X 1' Qs A 'Q,, X 1 . , X A A L lm! in 4 K SN Jack L. Moore SN Alberto T. Morales W ff ff K' f 7 "h, L ,144 , L Q fm. . .. 'f xg? . , wa. YN 55 74, fig -11 , I A . ,. , o oooo - A .f Rfk :h A A 'L 2 i xws.W M S X ' . S' NX in A GX .M X NN X A . X X ' kf.wTS'5 ' .N Xlflj., Xxl Y X? X f :mix 3 QQ f1w,,Sb . X A 1 X NMS N NS ,, A Q we infix EN X X X W.. X l l A, ,WT ' ' -,6ff:,ff' ,q .f " 'Eff 1 , ff 2 1 55f7 ,fm ,f X , X , 'Z ' 3,45 'I ' .'.' 5? 'A 7 SN Wendell L. Morris BM3 David R. Parker SR Richard P. Pliefke SN Jackie L. Roach l SA Ronald T. Salas SA Kenneth A. Schulden LINE .a ,V ZZ 5-42:-in 45566 1 Til , hi. ..x1.nmini':i-:til '-x r 1 f 7 K.. 20""' ff ,M CJ ...Jr df, ,W . Kg? 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Working together to provide effective gunfire support and anti-air defense, these people show a fine example of cooperation and professionalism. l Y GMG1 Charles C. Burton 3 E if ,Nl 4. H' W omni S ??'fv7'Z-7f?Vffff7 57??T?7' i 171' Y V5 ffZ?,".ffZ'7fV1 7 f , ,,ywf,,f xi, f," ff lzifff ' , fr" X . N-sw... ' W9 :f'U!2,f2 1 2Tw'fVX'2f-W ,V , ,..w,,,g ,W 1,1 , V . Zff ' 7 f- ,fri-.fz , . WQJKA , . , QA" 7 ' '- ' ".-fb' .',.-' X ,Wi ,L ' . n , ., Y GMG1 Anthony Catletti FTG1 Lyman F. Loveland FTG2 Alex Baez Jr. FTG3 Stephen J. Eliff GMM3 Vincent J. Leonforte SN Robert B. Blay y 4W,ifw.,,, .W .1 of ,Lf "' iw A ,2 of Q-9' n J ' - zzfff , QSM -V .ffwlnflft V, ' l H -'ith-2frfg,ZQ -v:,yfg 2505 .12.35 - J XV 'fx ,, 3 X.:-,gq'g,f.y,?f.f 13557. , C alll 'ff ' . Q '? Xi. - 'L-.ffivf Yif-iii? :MQ ' I 1, A d wg' ffajyf H L' fy ' WZ ? V . I Q 4 I -,kV K .V J My L' ! f ,,,. V, ' ' ,?, av wa' f W, ' 44 447, ,.,, .,'!,,,g6 L X A ff-. ,f,fff,ff4w X ffwx, , f. ' yA,..!f.,,. , . M y ff! , f ff f f W f Q 'f ff Of ff Z? X6 W,,,"A'7C -,J , Z X -, J" 117 ' vi Q2 fn' . f ' ,fag ,W ff, ,fl ' ff Q ff f X ff 1 eff' f A ff c ' !y,,f4V iff If if fffv 1 f 1 wg f f 21 ff 'fwzf 'ffl ff QM X 4471 , ,fff j 1 , ff 1 K fffyyff X, f A f 4 7 f 4f W , M! ' 4 'f f SN Joey D. Webb FTGSN Kyle C. Evers FTGSN Kenneth L. Bommarito FTGSN Mark L. Hewitt FTGSN Carl J. Peet Not Shown: GMG1 Gene H. Boyle GMG1 Vernon R. Loveless FTGSN Chester B. Rogers SA Jackie D. Henshaw GMGSA Andrew L. Stoffen QW X . W, za ' J f -1., Third Division Third Division is made up of Sonar Technicians and Torpedomen. These people are self-sufficient both on board and on the beach. Working on Anti-Submarine Warfare equipment such as the AN-SQS 26-BX and the MK 114 Fire Control Systems, Third Division provides FOX with simultaneous capabilities of submarine detection and destruction. , T 5 ' ' ' ' ,T ' f rg ga T, H ' Q fm ' T- 1 ' 1 'f T 'f,, ,T ,f'f Zk':pC V?4HQ. T Qu? M1 T 'TV' ilr, at www ww wi. 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X f 'mf f ff'a 'f ff Q A f 60 'fi f Q ' gif-ff f 5 1 t t ' Q1 X W' ' " , :A W 5 , l ,Av, , t ft,-2 as 2 4 9 Wei, ' f 4 ff STG2 David B. onver , f X ' f f? , , ,W af ig., ,Y ,, ,, 9,1 t t " s Q'f' STG2 Michael J. wine l ,' , ,sy ,f f f Qf , j , L X I X 'ff ,M V, ' , Qf f , ,. ffafgf A ffff ft X and " .P'h. hh' ,,V-'. j ,- at ' 11 tt ,ff . , . L, ' ff -e-ir ij 4-if fry, f-Zh , I4 Z.1,:,,, ,, ' C I .. X ff . f,f, We ' X X f f ,Z , W., , , - I .ff .f ,f , , 4 yf if f f f V X M X 1 f f W f 1 f ff KW ff STG3 James P. Coates STG3 Michael H. Curtis STG3 James P. Rose STG3 Douglas K. Stevens IL! uv f :,.f ,f Jew. , 'Sw-., , J, vA If if 3 V4 1 'jwfw 4 fx f Q' '+R ., elif f f'.- I, fqf ' J, ggi " ' ' V5 I V , , 44,5 1 M f ' fy , f y ' 21:3 4 f'bf1:,f muff?--5 ff f, ,: , , f 2, f - ,gf ,J 'Gif' 'L',, V ' H lf M " ' gf' . f ff Not Shown: STG1 Thomas STG2 Michael Gray STG2 Kenneth Kidd STG3 Steven M. Whitmire STG3 Carl C. Vander Bilt STGSN James C. Looker STGSN Matthew Miller STGSN Serge R. Shalagin TMSR Terence L. Gallagher Fourth Division .. . FH 6 8 I FTM2 Douglas P. Bourell ,,,,,,,,,.,,, . , ...--...h.. -,-- 315:-affznffrr frv. , The Fire Control Technicians operate and maintain the ANXSPG-55B Fire Control Radars, the ANXSPS-48 3D Search Radar, and the MK 119 Fire Control Computers. Without their precision work and expert knowledge of these systems the TERRIER missile would never reach its target. "'Mm.,, I I Q. A FTM2 Mark A. Enter FTM2 David A. Roth FTM2 Steven L. Russell i l FTM2 Chris W. Snyder FTM2 Charles H. Cherry Jr. FTM3 Aaron J. Ener if wwf FTMSN Lynn E. Thomas FTM3 Randy L. Good FTM3 Larry D. Schardt FTM3 Paul J. Spearman FTM2 Ralph Fl. Stump FTMSN Efrain Orsini FTMSN Larry D. Perysian Not Shown: FTM1 Seppamaki FTMSA David D. Butler fyfr 4.fjApjwf,,f , f. 1 ff-ff-w56f,Wm fgff M f f Wwwffm gfwfgfv,-VE. 'Q 2 '. ij! Qfffff .' ff ,yfC"f1- ,v 1 . , mff ! Q X Wwffzfff ,hi fe! TL. ! Fifth Division The Gunners Mates, Missiles iGMM'sJ are a unique brand, of men. Isolated by the fact that they work in a high security classified area, their skills in keeping the MK 10 Guided Missile Launching System ready makes them always ready to fire a terrier or ASROC missile. l A , QMMSN Robert E. Loos GMMC Donald T. Pierce GMM1 Daniel W. Wilson GMM2 Ronald L. Ingram GMM2 Rene Soforo Jr. GMM3 Robert G. Byrd GMMSN Charles W. Armstead GMMSN Paul C. 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'1 1 1 11 3 1' 1 11 1 1' 1 1' 1 1 .1 1 11 5 11 1 11 1 1' 1 1 1 31 1 1 I . 1 1 N 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ' 4 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 .1 E 1- ENGINEERING ,1 .7 1' 1-1 11 11, 1 1-1 11 1 11 " K I-1. . W. ,.,,.-.,1-.1.,,....,-.- ,..,.1.-.-1f -.-N 1- 1 . -M . , - -1 ' ' - x 1' f " ' ' ' ' f I ' ,1 " E" '-"Q" " ' 'L ' ' 'J' ' ' "N" ' "L ' "' L""""'tTz"'A' ""7"'7J"x"'-'1'1F"1""'""f'1'L'h'i":'f""5'5'i'-5'5" 'mil'-1'1W-'114':1"1!lffi311115:.kannL,5"1-.-:u:.:2113F.,151-35f1d:..4.1:::2TaZ'121: 1211. :..1-.9 . 1, -- -'1.N'f-.--'Q' ,fv .L 'Y"'rHf-few may LCDFI DAVID R. KIRCHER Engineering Officer LTJG DANIEL L. HOLSTEIN Damage Control Assistant LTJG WILLIAM J. MOORE Main Propulsion Assistant ENS HOYLE H. DANIELS Engineering Main. Officer f - .1 '.. Q J ,N Siem . 13.1711 H232 in h H'-:ry l l I l B Division i 4 MQ. -'if K' ' ' ' 'fff 7 4341! 7,ygf1'm:'z.w'-ffmsi av. ffiifki f " . w f t W - r f'Q?ff-L5 ' ' f V' - ,rj f Z."-' lllihw-..... - . l,,gLCl,1!i!?,' s 1 f T ,,., MZ-4'A The Boiler Technicians are in charge of firing up the high pressure boilers which gives the steam for main propulsion, the electrical power generator, as well as other machinery required to support the main engines and boilers. Also, the BT's are required to receive, store and transfer the thousands of gallons of fuel needed on FOX. Without B Division FOX would go nowhere. BTC Ronald L. Buttrum BT1 William R. Hoyt BT2 Eddie Jackson BT2 Steven V. Lee Um! BT2 Joseph L. Lopez BT3 Timothy A. Cook BT3 Robert D. Meece "4 V BT3 Jim L. Thomas BT3 Joseph Verderosa BT3 Wayne M. Popeluk BT3 Michael W. Simpson BT3 Lester J. Snoderiy an 'I BT3 James A. Williams BTFN Richard G. Anderson MJK BTFA Matthew D. Cook f-J-W., f MA , 2 Q ,r wird BTFN Pedro Dominguez Jr BT3 Theodore L. Downey BTFN Richard D. Haut BTFN Jack D. Jones BTFN Mark W. Neustedt BTFN Dale A. Nevarez ff ' X I ,Lf ,r J BTFNlDennis L. Paehlig BTFA Mark N. Mc Culley BTFA James A. Mc Dougall 1? 4 jf BTFA Donald E. Poole BTFA Andrew S. Abramoske Jr. Not Shown: BTC Horace W. Hager BTC Kyle D. Higgins BT1 James M. Farris BT1 Raymond F. Smith . BT3 James M. Aagersen BT3 Michael W. Wolfe BTFN Terry V. Clinton BTFN James A. Martinez BTFN Carl J. Morrison BTFN Bernardino R. D. Redondo Jr. BTFA Kenneth W. Gibbs BTFA Willie E. Polk BTFR Don E. Thomas BTFR Richard L. Thorne M Division ...J -f 2 1 21125310 a. - it f ' ,L X?Zl' f, '1',f4"?f 344 , 4 ,115 5 ' 'P . 1 4' " "'. 1 -,. ,, ww! X ff 'Ac , if 5,1 1 , ,,., ., f Mu ff f v,'. f "'f'I,' ,K 1 f' Ll 'H MMC John C. Newgent The Machinist's Mates are responsible for the main engines and the four generators- keeping them operating. Working long hours under hot and noisy conditions, these men also take care of the two distilling plants. These plants have capabilities of making 24,000 gallons of fresh water every day used for the boilers and potable water systems. Without M Division we would not have showers or drinking water. MM2 Gene A. Diekhof MM2 David A. Hudson MM3 Kevin J. Collins MM3 Stephen A. Lema MM3 Martin L. Manley MM3 Lenwood A. McCoy MM2 William C. Moore jf L i, mf . 1-1 C Q .352 v,. t if . f, . , ,- ,j 1 f f . .f f qw ff- .4 - ' ' " VX, ' lf"1'f,. . f , ,.--,..-,Oy f ,, , . I .X , ,,.,,y 4 ,.,, . .f T ff ,. -as 1. 1 QS , .M , '6 iprlilfz. .3 4.70.4 sz. U-gf' .vw f Q W :bil TQ Ra5ffS:?? - b iw Xtimjir wr V' S l ' f X f W 1 ,Aff -ff .Q We I MMFN Scott A. Gillespie MMFN David L. Harris 'MM3 Christopher A. Norby MM3 Emy M. Orfino MM3 Steven D. Tompson MMFN Dale B. Amstutz MMFN Bruce E. Davidson MMFN Scott A. Gilbert 5 if X 'z i .: .I .2 'i 5 . 1 'A 'a .nv .,. 1 will 51 bei BGA' ' Ll-smmma"tlalhaaa .l -sf l 'V so H 1--.ti ..,ff"' ll O f-Lk I V g,.ggfi,gjQ.Qf,k.J ,li ,k.'k 1,5 ': L,-. I 2: 5 f VVVV ,iff a f 'yff 'ir , 5 5 L' ,. if nl , - h A r A N . ' 5:g.ffzf1yf,fgypgy.. ' ' '. " -is-gl, '-e ,, f Mig 2-,mm ,, , f , . 4 ff MMFA Mark W. Smith FN Laygo MMFN Michael A. Miller MMFN Russell M. Starrett MMFN Robert D. Stead MMFA Randy M. Fischer MMFA Eric M. Gerlach MMFA Delbert C. Stoltenburg Not Shown: MM1 John B. Jaros MMFN Clinton R. Estes FN Robert L. Brinegar MMFA Daniel Beaudreau MMFA Paul T. Hellman MMFR Gary N. Huff A Gang H, f fha.: ,H J .Y, , 4 , !V L? tin J FA, fa- ,,f , Q , EN1 James C. Lee The men of A Gang ensure that the 8,000 plus pieces of auxiliary machinery, air conditioners and refrigeration equipment are in top condition A fine group of hard working lads. MMC Robert A. Erickson MM1 Roy E. Caudle f em? XY if W ff ff Qi!! ff!! W .- .' 3,7 . , f if-' '-- -ax .,,'f-fhiwffz 32.5 93.1w'3Z,9?9f'i5'5f:" ff 55 's .M .. ...qw V V . .wgmxf , . V . I , 4 .1 Li,-QQ7 , .- '- 1 ,. . 1 M- afwv. '- Q.. ff , Q--f',w 1. - we-ff5' 1zf , . , sawn-f . 1, ,. ,. f 9 V xo 1 ,..-g.ff15,wm ,A .,,r.w,, ,sq 4 , , " - FQ f. A riff 132.5521 ' w fvff., 5 . AA-062' ' ,.5'14.,,'q 151,44-9 -S4 . V fd . V 4 11 ,N 4 EN2 James J. Magsamen MM2 Christopher L. Manley MM2 Robert C. Petty i 1 I .f X1 -' f, ' If VSV' " f, , ,frf fvjg-"' vig! 1 . VW: 'vff ' . if-p2s4f7' 1 47. ,, .4 , .f,,-4f -.- AN.,-.,,9g,, ,, if .16ilf ,. "' QW ff F Q M1655 ' ' ' ., Hwgul sf-3 V , f ,f If f! ' V It . if .l MMFA John J. Winne ENFR Randall D. Walsh lnuuugw lg Q fi MM2 Mark E. Phillips MM3 Renato F. Puno MMFN Kenneth P. Grady MMFN John A. Reynolds MMFN Lee N. Flutt MMFN Albert M. Torres Not Shown: EN3 Norman T. Faust ENFN Fredrick Alfred L. FN Michael G. Weber MMFA Steven J. Marks FA Gerard W. Rubino Glass R Division R Division is made up of Hull Technicians and Enginemen. Running the HT shop, these MR's and HT's also complete all repairs to the ship's structure. Enginemen ensure proper running condition of the boats and emergency generators. Hard working on the FOX, these men enjoy a good time on the beach. HT1 Federico G. Francisco MR1 Harold D. Watkins I t . N,,y, sf. Q' X sk. , ,gm xxx . g. ',-x so N 5 w Na. - gg.. 1 xy Num ,w.,i iw X awww HT2 Donald J. Bryce HT3 Michael A. Brisson HT3 Robert A. Gunn HT3 Kenneth S. Hill HT3 Anthony J. Hoffman J HT3 Paul R. John ,.,, ,W i .i Ai li I I i i ii ii 5 iii J i. i i I ii i li ii w r ,E 1 Ti iii iii i i , I if Zig im y ii 5 li E. 5 ii. ii i ii i i J? iii, K R i ii J V ii . ii i il l ii ii in ii . q ii 5 , 4 ii 7 ii il " 1 ' il 1 .i 1 . '. .i I 2 ii -i ii i 3 1 ii .Q i Q ii iii i i 1? ii. ii iii if i 1 i H Sf . f J M V' .5 .1 'V i , V iw., ' " af,f4 ' ..,. . .- '24 X S mf' Whig?-'j 4 11 al' 3 3 I A ,ff ui fy L1 IM HTFA Dana J. Mac Duff HTFA Edward J. Konazewski HT3 Gary D. Justice HT3 Richard L. Ripley HTFN Raymond D. Dees FN Michael A. Dinsmore HTFN Christopher L. Ulnick HTFA Michael E. Hammon Not Shown: HTC Robert W. St Martin HT3 Randy G. Christman FN Edward M. Austin Jr. E Division fm E Division is made up of Electrician's Mates and Interior Communications Technicians. EM's maintain and operate the main and emergency electrical generating systems aboard FOX. EM's are also responsible for the distribution of this power. lC's are responsible for internal communications, alarm and metering systems aboard FOX. A highly skilled and very professional group of men. gf if vi X ZZ ff' 'Ulla X X df sf EMC Kenneth G Jones Marvun L Hill IC2 Alfred R Dallman EM2 Mckmely K Desklns EM2 Michael W Hall IC2 Bruce Fl Harper Z""fflU-'-.., mf ' .,.., ,W J f' fy X X f s rlar fr.. , ' ' A I , ,V - I . X A fl , as K ., V. W 579 - J f " I YK." " f A ,V l ., L. gg! an Lf, .A -4,-f.iqfgLff,. K ' 'Q H I K Art.. xl - 4 El ,ff A . 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A, UL: MM? fu .451 'Lx 4 4' 'ff yy If 6 u . ,ygrm l FN Ruben S. Delosreyes EMFN Richard M. Evans FN Eriberto B. FN Jeffrey C. J 1 ws. , Gelera ones i ..'. i . .. .'.- ff if -. Jf W' 51' ' ' Q: 1-w e vi ' wfvwii- . . -fr" . ,af wi-2fg21i W: EZ 3 .1 . f Q .,. ,.,, ,, , 2: '- ' ' -xi f- X .5 X51 Jimi. .f..1 'J 1 . " ., 1: li li 555. V,L. 311. J fix v V .V X- 2-4 Q4 L5 . K f him H ,ff f O l y.,,.f. J V PQ - Q ' - iff ' J e.F F 3 ,Z Not Shown: ICS William H. Peck EM3 Gerald C. Thorsell ICFN William D. Tjosvold EMFN James E. Nicks EMFN Darryl C. Nye EMFN Eugene S. Robinson l l l l l I I 1 , Vi ' - V - ' ' Y ' ' Y ' .,.. ' ,-1 .L.,M.- , .,--- ,. --Q,:.q,.,-Q,-,L,4.1iz.L -iw ' . gim. 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'ii , i rg F Z5 'ii - ii .i i If ,i , i ii' 5. .i i i , i A , 1 i Q, i 'T i 'Z l i I.-'f it . L' i X' l .. it ' ii .iii iii' . iii r li il L ffl - it ji ' Ei ii ,pl 11" I 2: ii , ii ii iii, "H ' 'iii 'l fiiii ' I li 40 iff iii 'A oi Division OS1 Gerald L. Bartlett Ol Division consists of Operation Specialists. Their role consists of the collection, display, dissemination and evaluation of all tactical information. Being trained in areas of anti-air warfare, anti-submarine warfare and naval gunfire support makes these men very valuable to FOX and the navy. Using modern sensors and display equipment, Ol division is truly an example of todays modern navy. OS1 David F. Sellars OS2 Richard F. Anderson OS2 John Ft. Brouwer OS2 Sammy R. Hilt OS2 James Mclntosh , ' ,f ,ff -ff' r--wq M! -K., In OS3 Patrick R. Doyle OS3 Bruce K. Fleck OS3 Michael F. FI00d OSSN William Karaffa Jr. OS3 Donald H. Cavanaugh OS3 Jerry E. Clark OS3 Jesse M. Donner 4 r - l R 1. f .E .E Ai E .n n . ...- Q - r 4- ,. -: -1 Bild-:Zi 1446455-34 Erik! . hhiiil 1. Ti ......... .iiititi u v k OS3 Darrel D. Mackaman OS3 John K. Nelson OS3 Mark D. Olson OS3 Andrew S. Villa i l, 5 , ,f ,,, . OS3 Daniel A. Ybarra OSSN Terry L. Brown OSSN Allen C. Foley J TRN ' OSSN Bruce A. Rodger OSSA Thomas J. Snellen W,..,W.1 ww hh, g , .477 , T Z awwmwsxxx 'll OSSN Randall T. Hollingsworth OSSN Timothy D. Madison OSSN Lowell E. Shuster OSSN James L. Tufly OSSA Dennis K. Fragazi OSSA Mark S. Libbing Not Shown: OSC WaIter,H. Dunphy OS1 Thomas L. Veith OS2 Steven V. Glenndenning OS3 Tommy J. Thompson OSSN Giovanni Benson OSSN John T. Kelly OSSN Jimmy L. Suitt OSSA Kenneth W. Bailey -7 , GE Division A AV' OE Division contains many specialists, responsible for the repair, maintenance and preservation of the electronic equipment used aboard FOX. Search radars, identification, communications and navigation equipment gives uscapabilities of seeing hundreds of miles and hearing messages from around the world. The men of OE are capable of handling this equipment- as well as handling a good time on the beach. ET1 Frederick C. Fleinke, Jr. ET1 William A. Tucker 'ETR2 Gary L. Bargenquast ETR2 Steven M. Bluto ETN3 Gary J. Howell ETN3 David H. Veney ETR2 Conrad J. Karlin ETN2 Brent D. Wilson ETR3 Has F. Christensen av muh The men of OW Division are in charge of electronic warfare. The task of providing an early warning is expertly performed by these men. This division is a fine example of the modern "new" navy at work aboard FOX. EWC Michael A. Knight EW1 Richard E. Brown Not Shown: EW1 John J. Cisman EW2 Lawrence J. Black EW2 Larry W. Johnson l EW3 Christopher D. Cavaliers EW3 Samuel L. Glazener OSSA Mark E. Roberson OD Division OD Division operates and maintains many pieces of equipment including computers, digital display consoles and digital communications units. Over a million different digital circuits must be maintained in perfect order for FOX to be effective. OD can handle the load. Zgf. V . 1 hand!! s -Wg . Mi VM. 3 DS1 Leon R. Robinson DS2 Dennis R. Elder DS2 James W. Hutchins, Jr. DS2 Victor J. Meyer DS2 Stephen R. Teeter DS2 Neale D. Wade l 1 l We-.J fc. , , f DS2 Vincent Warhol DS3 Gerald D. Atkinson J O ' DS3 Michael L. Williamson L1 ,ki Communications 21 CR Division The men of CR Division are responsible for Radio Central. Thousands of messages are 'sent to and received from ships and stations throughout the world with the help of the transmitters, receivers and antennas through Radio Central. Radiomen also operate many radio teletype circuits to communicate with shore base communications stations and ships in the operating area. RM3 Kenneth N. Ford RM3 John D. Kennedy RMC Edward L. Crabtree RM1 Thomas R. Godby RM2 Eric B. Straddeck u--f RM3 William H. Phipps Ill FIMSN Philip A. Akridge ?L Not Shown: RM1 Gordon M. Nelson RM1 Loren J. Rushton RM2 Mark A. Lundin RM2 Frank A. Weibel RMSN Alphonso R. Ortiz RMSN John Craig RMSA Glenn N. Revheim CS Division The Signal men are charged with the responsibility of visual communication by means of sending or receiving tactical signals by flashing light, flag hoist, or semaphore. Filling out sighting reports on all merchant vessels and manning search-lights during night search and rescue operations are also duties of CS Division. Not Shown: SM1 Clifford H. Drivers SM2 Danny F. Martinson SM3 Steve V. Olsen SMSN Dennis J. Leach 'X I SMSN Harry R. Mc Cluskey RMSA Sterling K. Sprague RMSR Bobby G. Calvert SUPPLY S-1 Division Storekeepers are in charge of maintaining an inventory of anything needed for the ship. This includes the most expensive repair part to low cost items such as pencils and toilet paper. Making sure that parts are received and inventories are up to date, the storekeepers must keep a close tab on expenditures- hoping not to go over allotted funds. LT COLONUS MITCHELL Supply Officer LTJG ARTHUR BOSCO Disbursing Officer , I V, , 6 '?fv 4 ' ff I . 77 -, , , a SKC Rodrigo C. Deguzman SK1 Gene W. Keller SK1 Larry J. Williams Jr. SK3 William N. Carpenter SK3 Charles J. Roberts SA Federico G. Fernandez Jr SN Rodney L. Rasmussen SN Jerrold W. Swirtz . SN Harold R. Simmons S-2 Division S-2 Division includes the newly formed Mess Specialists are in charge of all the meals for the enlisted men andofficers. Fixing three 'meals a day as well as baking bread and fixing salads keep these fine fellows busy. . .but not busy enough to throw some nice cookouts on the fantail now and then. WW f fffivdnii Wx xwxwmixe '-5Q,Z,GQ:.'i' j 'i - , YXN' X X .rx ,Q-go 5. wil .Wq,:N.,x Q 5 .g 4 Maw. 445.-N, ,, 5 Mtsff- Y, 1 , fo -'Q X l X '14.e--so N. f J. I S ' Mx r .V .Sl of fff X MSC Moses I. Pascual MS1 Laureano N. Abila MS1 Alex U. Casalme MS1 Renato R. Esperanza MS1 Gregory G. Lane .N W! . :,l MS1 Gaylon I. Steenburg MS2 Jesus E. Farrales MS2 Emmanuel Fi. Magueflor tml ? 77 WW X' f wv:1f'w', , fWf.izf,fw f I f ,V '51 'fy ,zf,jVf,zf ,f ' riff ' ' -77 ' -'f f , Wf h L M1-.yr f, V , -f ,f My WW , nf, , :X I , ff'7",: ,, ,r 1 ffnfffz f , l ' w fgil izg f 9 f,-- 1, K, ., ,f V V A ,, .- .ffwff f, I ,'., , f nz fi-,V,ifyf ,, Q ', , M Wyf , ,f W J ,Vl,, V.V, fag 5l'Zf21z1 fl 'lf '59 ai-,,g1u-' M z ,, '.',, 4 ' i'-Q., , - fziqg fz?fs3,fI11'4 Q? ' , lf ,"A' Z 6 , M MS3 Flay F. St. Clair ,y' ff, MS2 Remigio M. Novera MS2 Alberto M. Turla MS3 Bertilano MS3 Charles E. Carey MS3 Severo P. Oligo MS3 Alberto P. Raymundo MS3 Emilliano M. Valdez ZQZQT Q. X, N ,c ,, WW2 - V an - 'f , ' V' VKL 'y iff 4 c Xxxnseq ss Q X xx " K X Nye X Y x Nxt K i ,4 -f. v ..xXXQX.,.. A X NX Qi . v X 6 . xx YS J X -me FQ ,Ml .QU V 4, uw -4-mf-'W ' ,, , 'Z . 3 K ,. I --yfr J . J X ,V ...AW ., , 74,27 ,V , , VLV, . y J I A A f!" , ' Andrew T. Welter SN Alex D. Amboy FTMSN Terry D. Hahn 5 , SN Richard T. Kostynowicz BTFN Carl J. Morrison BTFN Timothy B. Ford SA Don V. Moore Not Shown: ' MS2 Francisco E. Germar MS3 Eric J. Herron MSSN MSSN Edgardo O. Galit Edwin L. Russell SN Larry W. Wem MssA MSSR Juan lbarra Jr. Douglas E. Klopenstein Disbursing DK2 Rodolfo B. Nicolas DK3 David W. Mc Donald Disbursing handles money. Tedious calculating and auditing ensures each man his proper pay. Also handled are travel pay, bonus entitlements, plus allotments for creditors and loved ones. Everyone likes the guys in the Disbursing SN Jose D. Moral S-3 Division e SH1 Lawrence P. Ebel Office. . l Ship's servicemen have three jobs- laundry, barbers, and the ship storeoperators. Sales from the ships store and pop machine went into the Welfare and Recreation Fund.. Keeping it all together is no problem for these fun loving guys. SH1 Noell SH2 George E. Singleton ng Not Shown: SN Jose B. Flores SHSN John E. Obrien SH3 Wilson P. Agupitan SN Benjamin Nevarez SHSN Kevin I. Norman SHSA Gregory E. Bogart SHSA Harold L. Springer NX Division LT ALAN H. WILSON, Royal Navy Navigator Imported from England LT ALAN F.COLTON Chaplain LTJG STEPHEN HONDA +3 Asst. Navigator!Admin YOGITIGFI 1.11914 .nf YNC Donald D. Nubia YN3 Gregory A. Davidson YN3 Jeffery D. Hamilton YNSA John A. Estrada SN Robert V. Jaramillo li i : W 4, ,Q-:- .AF l, l l E E I l r l l Medical g M" Master-At-Arms 4 .,,, X , , f . I ,.,, M. 7, V 4, D ' F9252 -I f fi. nv zf f , f 1. f X w ,f ff WMM' x ,, HMC J. Ed Van Matre HM3 William M. Threlfall SN John A. Chmielinski A fwf - we . MQ " - , ,A Post Office PC3 Dwayne C. Lewis SN Freddy Aguilar MA1 Ralph D. Flores . 45, Z' Z gf . gf i""'-'l Command Career Counselor NC1 Bobbie D. Winsett oorv- KRAM Radio f 1 ETR2 David W. Scott JO3 Philip D. Vande Riet JOSN Paul T. Burkhardt A f"""'W f l r i r L.L.L6L.L-Y. -nv-r . 2 'r uh .i .Q 'A- .4 'Q 'v .C .1 Q 6442 islam-na: Es ji 'E .ov :fig Jr v l l 1 . I , .1-L l Personnel lVlen ,. ,Ma , ., j , f .. f ir, K 4 , V. WW PN2 Samuel V. Villar PN3 Weaver PNSA Robert D. Debner SN Guillermo F. Monsalud Command PNSA Richard D. Brahler 3-lVl Coordinator ICC Charles L. Gilly L., Navigation QMC Whitehouse l c - QM2 Francisco D. Gomez QM2 John G. Nyman Senior Enlisted QMSN Joseph R. Mc Farland QMSA William A. Batty Adviser FTMCS Richard L. Craig On November 21, 1975, FOX was deployed on a WESTPAC operation. After a brief stopover in Hawaii, FOX headed for the Philippines. FOX stayed in Subic Bay during the holidays. Being away from home was hard, but ship parties and tours of P. I. helped everyone. After the first of the year, FOX went on a special two month operation in the Indian Ocean. The Muslim port of Karachi, Pakistan, the tropical Seychelle Islands, and the French speaking island, La Reunion, were visited during this time. Also, dur- ing the Indian Ocean, FOX crossed the equator hav- ing a mass initiation of the slimy pollywogs by the trusty shellbacks. After the Indian Ocean, FOX spent close to three weeks in Singapore, a very ex- citing port, for upkeep. After Singapore, it was back to Subic Bay for a change of command. With the new Captain, it was off to Hong Kong for five days of Fi and FI. After a good time in Hong Kong, it was back to Subic Bay where FOX "battled" Tropical Storm Olga. After the Japan trip was cancelled, FOX headed to Guam to celebrate the 4th of July and the U.S.A's 200th birthday. Then, it was another brief stay in Hawaii for refueling and a-customs check. One week later, July 20, 1976, FOX pulled into homeport San Diego with a crew that was happy to be back home. ,. 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Wa e , me , 1 5 .22 M we , y . ,fix A , a rx ,Q ' - I ,, f '-'- . f fe: ff ,I-, K " .,PfWF"'?". A - '77 ,p Q ' ' J Q. --v ,. 4-1 f' 1 I . w . .JH 1 M-WA if' La Reunion W 'WM Ni4"'5"'Nvw"-Q-.1 , b u1,isfay:a'.u., ji-nexff-" 5.2,-am' 1 .,-.' mm' ' . Iii , . .lg 's 5 I 1 4 . 'f W- ll fs V - v 1 . K mmf' 7 Milf 0 Q hge nffd X mlfn pvm 4 W V W HUMMERS AND STRUIVIMERS Crossing The Lme pi , My SPECIAL WATCHES Y ii' Q7 'N' Q 'IW ' q, . .. ... lk N , x1'4 , , .',r:':'Lf!,.f3,4bL.QL4g -E. , ..'. ...,,.,,. ,.,,..4,,.f,.., -Aw--1-f:Lx,:.:.:gr:Lf41gE,...,'Z,a.5,mM -U"-' 1..g::gs.A..b-.-.-,-.1,-1..,.4, 4 1 """""'"'f1TL5j72'li3?lfJ'i?5I.1.Y,'fi.,.-1-u I . . ..,,..'..:...wm4-5, , , A 1 Tennis, anyone? Miss FOX '76 QThe queen of our dreamsjn The Beauty Contest -4 9451, i f v J 1 ,1 f I j' i 4 V ,V The Dreadful I 1 ff' i 1 4 Q Painfilled Day X ff if X, l T ' i "A pain in the..." 3 nf , . 7 , fa 55 2 , , Z MM 'E 2 , V' . King Neptune and his wife ln i 74 i ,- 5 3 ,X Vgg5x A a -V 4 M., a':'?""j"fjf , , , .X af, Z X"-um A . ,L if .I 7 f if f fbvffff Www! fn! A -f:' f The Royal Baby and his pet dog Bow-Wow Davy Jones and hisapet dogs -1i -T. Singapore r 41 iasuiff.. 5 -mrs:-sv ,.4z-pg Q ,"'u,, fi M 1, 'lv H., .vf fl 1' M , .,,. ,..,, V, f Z ff' f .f ' M, . www 1 v - X 6 f 'Ku . 7 .W ! X I ' ff, W 1 W CAP TAIN ROBERT E. WEEKS il" I .W V 'M 1 FU 'vi' ' b' V ,gfA".3.' arf: Q. Q"- xt1"q!,gv.,. ,Qtr 5 any X- . -H-"-'Y V' '4,9"' ' 1" ??'."'v Q uf' "-""r'v-E'-L1-'ilk iv? 7 1? l'Q Q A'g""f"' 'Q Q 1 11 I q 1 7 ' "?:':'-f "1 1 " 'ue 'fbi 'ZW' Q 5 ' Y " 'Q ff -,v .ga .Q 9.11.1-'VI 7,3-4' 'W ,-rj, . .f,...'lie.4.aJ'1f'-. "iw KYNYQ' ff J' 'lr' 1-1-.Nr ivi-" ' -1r'+N+sv-"" A553 CAPTAIN JAMES F. KELLY ,,..h ,,-ffe'--w-ff-"'f"'l' """i.1 ' Change Cf Command On April 17, 1976, Captain James F. KELLY relieved Captain Robert E. WEEKS of command of FOX. 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HAYWARD Commander Seventh Fleet in Guam for a Bi-Centennial celebration. At one minute after midnight on the 4th of July, OS2 Steven V. Glendenning and YN3 Jeffery D. Hamilton were reenlisted in the Navy by Vice Admiral HAYWARD. They became the first sailors in the new century to reenlist. YN2 Hamilton-Vice Admiral HAYWARD-OS2 Glendenning 89 Vfd.. , Hawaii A , 1 www - Z K 9 f , f ffl, - f f 2 ,, uf 2 f ..V,f J, 1 Z 3 f ,- X If . f ' W 4 " '," L, , 1 f f ff Q f fy' V. , , f "TW'9 - 2 1 ,- Q M f f V, . 1 f V ,V . W- , 7 X f f f X Y ,f Q v ,rf V ff - f , 4,110 V we , , ,, ,. 1, f X4 f,.., X ? . 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