Fox (DLG 33) - Naval Cruise Book

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'WW Y: , ' This is .three CAPTAIN ROBERT E. MCCABE, USN times past the same island! X5 JK 7 O G OFFICER , Captain Robert E. McCabe was born in Minneapolis, Minne- sota, on 15 January 1926, and enlisted in the Navy in 1943. He' attended the University of Minnesota inthe V- 12 Program, 'grad- uated with a B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering and was commissioned Ensign on 2O,February 1946. He was subsequently advanced' to the grade of Captain to rank from 1 July 1967. ' .After receiving' his commission, he served invarious units' of the U.S. Pacific Fleet and atseveral shore stations until 1959. He graduated from the U.S. Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island, in 1960 'and thereafter served as Executive Officer in USS CUSHING and USS TURNER JOY, and then as Commanding Officer in USS SAMUEL N. MOORE. Following completion of a three year tour in the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations in 1966, he successively served as the Commander of ESCORT SQUADRON THREE, DESTROYER THIRTY-THREE and DE- STROYER SQUADRON THIRTY-ONE. From November 1968 until July 1970, he was assigned as Chief of Staff and Aide t0 Commander Cruiser-Destroyer Flotilla SEVEN andthen served as Commanding Officer of USS DALE QDLG- 19juntil her decom- missioning for modernization in November 1970. Captain McCabe assumed command of USS FOX QDLG-33? on 22 January 1971. In addition to variousservice medals, he holds the Legion of Merit, Bronze Star with Combat V, Navy Unit Commendation, Korean Presidential Unit Citation, and Viet- nam Navy Medal Second Class. . Captain McCabe is married to the former Ruth lannucci of Coronado, California, and presently resides with his family in San Diego, California. His eldest son, Robert E. III, is a Mid' Shipmiin. at ,the .U.S. Naval Academy and the remaining eight children of the family reside at home. . Captain McCabe will be leaving FOX soon to assume com- mand of U.S. Naval Destroyer School, Newport, Rhode Island. ' Q EXEC TI VE OFFICER COMMANDER RAYMOND J CZAR USN Commander Raymond J. CZAR enllsted 1n the Navy in May 1946 'After servmg 1n the enllsted ranks aboard USS PROTEUS CAS 195 USS HANK CDD 7025 and USS LOESER KDE 6085 he attended Offlcer Can dldate School and was commls s1oned 1n June 1956 HIS f1rst asslgnment as an Ens1gn was on board the USS OLMSTEAD QAPA 1885 as Boat Group Commander and Nav1 gator In the succeedmg years Commander Czar has f111ed a number of d1fferent b11lets Plans Off1cer for Commander Naval Beach Group TWO As slstant Weapons and Chlef En glneer USS DEWEY QDLG 145 Enllsted D1str1but1on Control Offlcer at the Bureau of Naval Personnel Commandlng Offl cer USS SHAKORI QATF 1625 Commander 1n Ch1ef U S At lant1c Fleet Staff and Offlcer 1n Charge Naval Beach Group ONE Western PaC1f1C Detach ment Commander Czar re ported on board FOX as her EXGCUIIVG Off1cer 1n September 1970 Commander Czar departed 1n January to become the Com mandmg Off1cer of the USS SCHENECTADY QLST 11855 tx ,,.-nv' .Y 1 i':"+f9',fe'- - iw- ,N 5. ,-.v-.,.1.b.-14, . . - , ,- ,-as .f---hm-.-:-N., -.M-aw-Q. was J- -. f., + -- - -SQ . . -L ,M ,, .. wsu . . . -:.'- . . i:4.-..gi-,-a-:- wht: Q.-' Y 11' . 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' - Having qualified for com- mand of submarines, CDR Heck reported to FOX in December 19714 His position as Executive Officer on a DLG should lead to his qualification for command of Destroyersalso. W f .J DEPARTME T HEADS LCDR Lynn Rader i I Supply Officer LCDR Toni Lunneberg Operations Officer ' LCDR Bob Wicklund - O Weapons Officer ' LCDR Dan Felger Engineering Officer LT Mike Andersen i V Navigator ' LTCJgb Joe Egnabrooks Communications Officer 1 9 A I I f V 4 X X f X X Z f naw? A-fr 1 1 ,Psnxu ...fl mia. fe J . fini 7 , n X Digi XX - ' 'i X Q. 7 7 V577 " I x 7 , WRIWL . Q Q fn 'Q , , , g , f V l Zim V ' X FM , eapons ,Y , .ff gk- , i kkk. V X xl 5 I X 'QWV5 "UV, Q5 ,ff'fW'?f NM- X W Q X l kf 'W f ' ' ' ff X X , 7 f f"' C JW W Zff, LX f X XW Ai X N! N .4 ,1',, W Q x f , W f f 42 fo . , X WWW , . A . 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'W ' f -1, fff " Wzfrgwwffwx mf if W ,MWFXA . f P ,Neff WW N, W , l , ,ff 'iwnil' f N M1 4 ' wwf! Y fm Q K W :fx ' f fi 6 Q, W X Z 7 Q L ., A-,,.,-.....,....1 N., ,Q .. f,.L.v,X ,Ag Q ,Q v- -'. Q-1.1 53 1.v'1nunm Wwg5g, ' . Af 2 - -1 1. 'T 'T' : ' ., .3-', .:"' , . -lzi K v, f 'f'-'T' 'K' 'i' Ist DIVISIO F First Division is one of the hardest-working groups on the FOX. The men of the division are responsible for clean- ing and painting the hull, main deck, and the lower portion of the superstructure. Coming into or leaving port, they handle all demanding physically. They are the backbone of the UNREP detail as they rig all the replenishment gear and tend all the lines. i The job of the deck seaman is not highly sought after, but rather a proving ground for new recruits. Every man starts here, and when he has shown he can meet the Navy's standards he may strike for a rate in some other division. First Division is run by BMCS Myron Peters and BMC John Stewart. V the lines, and all in all their work proves to be very BMCS Myron Peters BMC John Stewart BM2 Jack Nigmengaie BM3 James Richter Not pictured: 4 BMl Knack BMl Baughman BM2 Kelley BM3 Ed Cooper BM3 David Burns BM3 Bobby Ried SN Dennis Alcazar A SN Joe Benefield SN Harold Bickle SN Mariano Castaneda K SN James Coughlan SA Stephan Davis , ,,,,, . N SN Rainey Dickens V SN Charlie Frasier SN Scott Flansburg SA Hilarion Garcia SN Reynaldo Molina SN Ronald Moorehead SN Anthony Pasco SA Jose Rodriguez SN Eli Rush SR Timothy Schmidt SN Jeffery Gerhart SN Lynn Holm QMSN Ramon Magpantay a bird! It's a plane' It's . . . You re Tlght Jim the lookout is gone' I v. SN Louis Garcia SN Jim Fagan SN Rit Fallon I did not make that puddle in the cornerf 2nd DIVISIO GMG1 Jerry Johnson FTG2 B111 Clayton GMG2 Russ Barnes ENS J1m Yeakley GMGC W1ll1am Houser ff GMG2 M1ke McGarr1ty FTG2 W1ll1am Re1tenbach GMG3 Danny Holly FTG3 Joe Delaney GMG3 Donny Baskette FTG3 Roger Koepp GMG3 Gary Hoffman Not pictured: FTG3 Marty Green FTGl Davenport FTG2 Gerber Second D1v1s1on represents the surface war fare arm of the FOX The Gunner s Mates and F1re Control Techn1c1ans are charged w1th the ma1ntenance of the 5 X54, and two 3 X50 s all the small arms 50 cal1bre mach1ne guns, and land1ng party gear, not to ment1on two 40 m1ll1meter sa1ut1ng batterles for ceremon1al occaslons Second D1v1s1on personnel are also charged w1th the cleanl1ness and preservatlon of all the magazlnes the landlng force locker, and gun plot They ma1nta1n the d1rectors and assoc1ated electron1c gear used to f1re the guns. Thus, FOX 1S ever ready to f1ght off an attack by PT boats or other surface craft, or to return f1re should a shore battery f1re on us GMG3 J1m Devlln FTG3 Barry Snavely ZZ? if W SN Jim Burns f ZW " f hi 4, l Not pictured: GMGZ Sherman GMGSN Carabin FTGSN Perna 1 l ge li. ,,f.,w-Q., i ' 'Q-5215? -'-Lfarbvkzaf 1 .Q-:-.s:.zL1s!:1g ,:.1. - FTG3 Larry' Putkonen- SN Tim Ellsbelrry FTGSN Dave Schmidt SN Cal Callahan fs, Wizfzasxgw' 3rd DIVISIO f LT Bob Owen CWO-2 Rhett Cozart STC Robert Sterryl STC Pablo Longoria STI Robert Ensele STl Charles Caldwell STl -Blaine Strampe B STG2 Mark Woolley STG2 John Keen STG2 Edward Byrne STG2 Steven Sorensen STG2 Bill Baughrnan SRG2 Charles Betz STG2 Alan Brown 14 Th1rd D1v1s1on makes up the subsurface port1on of FOX tr1p1e threat capab111ty Out fltted W1th the best sonar ava11ab1e and some of the most h1gh1y tralned Sonarmen FOX 1S capable of detectlng submar1nes at great d1S tances Once the Sonarmen have detected a sub mar1ne the Torpedomen get 1nto the act Shortly after detectmg any submar1ne FOX can have as many as s1x torpedoes 1n the water headmg for the sub W1th the Thlrd D1v1s1on personnel on the1r toes FOX IS lndeed a form1d1b1e foe for any submar1ne STG3 Ronald Co1v1n STG3 R1chard Cesmat SRG3 George Bergh STG3 B111 Hudnall STG3 Steven Mart1n STGSN Gary Fay STGSN Meyer STGSN Hubbard STG3 Troy M111s STG3 B111 Heydluff Not p1ctured STG3 Thompson 15 WWQ ,, ff X X TM2 Mike Meyers TM3 James Ray TM3 A1 Santillanes ff '.. 1 x 1 gl f 'R 'rf QA CLS' , . I I ul' X -N X ,XII - fi .f m , R ll f 1' jc-3 'X E txff 5 - " . 'N ,- I :- mix 'f ff' 532 I ' " , NX - 1 'A 'ix .ibx-f 'Qrxxiaf S E.: ?x .. x lv I' :li Il., .ix X - xii! '- -- " N -41" 4th DIVISIO LT Wes Moore V LTQjgJ Dan Callahan J WO-l John Seidschlag FTCS James W. Burks GMCS Walter Johnson FTC Charles L. Cramer FTCS John A. Trueblood FTM1 Dave A. Neville GMMl Bob Cochran GMMl Dave Litrico FTM1 Richard H. Freisen FTM1 Steve Morrison FTM1 William A. - -Anderson GMM2 Bill M. Weddington GMM2 Bruce L. Fowler GMM2 Harold W. Murphy GMM2 Tom Trahan FTM2 Richard K. Smith FTM2 Carl H. Albrecht FTM2 Kenneth D. Denton X , I Perhaps the most' potent portion of FOX' triple threat weapons system is that portion under the control of O 'Fourth Division. The "missile types" in Fourth Division maintain control of the skies for a great distance around FOX. Starting with initial target acquisition by our fire control radars, right up until the Terrier missile obliterates the enemy aircraft, the entire air war has been in the hands of Fourth Division personnel. While FOX is in the area, use of the skies is denied to the enemy, either for training or for attacking U.S. ships or aircraft. Adding to their fearful punch, Fourth Divi- son occasionally delves into subsurface warfare. The deadly ASROC missile may be fired from the Terrier launcher any time the Sonarmen have a submarine to destroy. FTM2 Tom A. Larrow FTM2 David J. Lyons FTM3 Jerry Brackett FTM3 David S. Benton FTM3 Bob.Daniels l FTM3 Bill L. Sullivan FTM2 Fumio Yamishiro FTM3 Gary Schmalz FTM3 Mark Bauer FTM3 B-rad L. Williams A S FTM3 Stroh 4 Not pictured: ' ,FTM3 Shull l '5'1',i":Q'7'X l :EET .aff . ' ' F n-.s ' - X' " , n-e-- ,Wm .. .f f - 1 ' pf X . 'fit A' . . V,.l"LaP , s . deux I AQN Q M1 OW. , fffzljf X M w, ,',' ,f -va-.nf-Q:-,wg , - - 5 zafm- - -,nk-H 'JT-L GMM3 Darell R. Blake GMM3 Allan C. Seely GMMSN Joe Opolka - FTMSN Robert B. Arnold GMMSN Lawrence T. Gross r Two - man control? Lovely missiles you have here. 19 , ,,,v.....-. ENGINEERING 4.11,gggg,5,g,qg.5g5.,1f.1:Qm,'f.uza4:gf:-,,1,.-M-sl..-f..-.,.,m..1 -....,-..,,.,. , M Dlvlslo The Machinists Mates of MDivision are one half of the ship's main propulsion team. To- gether with the Boiler Technicians of B Division,' they are charged with moving the FOX from place to place. The MM's spend countless hours in "The Hole" watching dozens of pressure guages and regulating the flow of steam to FOX' twohuge steam turbine engines. When not standing watch, these hard-working individuals spend their hours lubricating 'everything that moves and conducting PMS on all their assigned equipment. And of course, like all the other divisions, the MM's must paint. This can be a monumental task given the size of the engine rooms and the number of nooks and crannies that exist. I k LTCjgJ Jorge .Ramirez MMCM Bill' Bickam ' - MMl 'J im Opolka J MMl Jerry Mounts Not pictured: J MMC Annett MMl Joe Catena MM2 Larry Barber MM2 Jim Brewer MM3 Jim Barrett MM3 Phillip Coffelt MM3 Carl Amburgey MM3 David McCean MM3 Howard Withers MMFN John Dennis MMFN Steven Suter 7 f.-N .vfffl ,, , f -f'1'EE",j',1 ,"-TQ' V W' F3 an 'aff rrurfw nqw 3 A pf , , Y T ws- x I . X 9 i W NY .QQQX X , X 1 f 4 MMFN Clyde Craig FN Steve Hermans MMFN Bob Vangenderen MMFN Mike Otis MMFN Dennis Bergan Not pictured: MMFN Alonzo "What should I give the officers today, live A ff Add one turn? Yeah rightp, steam or icicles? ,l ' Mx XX gszs X QW X was I xf ' mZ4iS9f X Xw i J X f f AQN Wsffbei V XM x f dixlwffxf aff ' W f X vb Xl ZJN X K mf Q!-X ew ,YQNWQ f, ff! sf Q y x fx f Xxg, f 4' QK7 X ff! X ,ps 1-4-f Qff QfK Qs5lX W ? XAQQ xqgv ! 1 VX S X NV sms A They told me the holes were full of SNIPES but 1n two years aboard I haven t seen a s1ng1e one FN Jerry Thompson MMFN Ken Sullenbarger MMFN Mark Dahlen MM2 Wayne Conyers 23 . H , :S :fa,.2ZE5X, Vgxx s ' ' ' :ff-X X Q21 Q - A , r wx X V E 'SN s, Aw Z 4 rf? - E i s ff ' as N f k I H S Off ' WU ' V Q , r a X x I if x , " . V ..:-Q.v,'q1.f,f--', he r 1 X ,Q ol X ' ,. ' as r M.,f'MfMMsWsjfg f f x .'v',::'f'11: ' W W ,a -if " f, Qfe ' ,f ,41X. 4? xl. . 3.-rel ,:gv.,,gf?g4gLg , l . r 7 L! , fa . . -,Q Q swf-f:',i.,:N-f f,,., 5,11 Q -A ':-5 5,1 1 ' 7 2 fm . , X e r ., A he fr-. , ' 1 I 6 6 4 7 - ' ' A V , Q , , I ' . - V I K , ' . I i , , , , . n 1 MMFN Larry Bearce FN Larry Weberg I E I 1 E FN Gerry Archer . FA Mark Degroff E 1 5 K 3 I 1 a - b I w ri 1 .1 ii 4 I L V U, Q . .tl A. I 'W W1 . ,Q ' x 5 Es 24 , I S x F s s 3 I l 2 l 1 I I 2 I ,J B DIVISIO The Bo1ler Techn1c1ans of B D1v1s1on l1ke the Boatswa1ns Mates of F1rst D1v1s1onhave a very unglamorous Job Wh1Ch IS extremely de- mandmg physlcally And l1ke the BM s the BT s are all too frequently forgotten when pra1se 1S be1ng heaped on'the.electron1c w1zards. Aboard FOX we have a 100 per cent team effort and everyone real1zes thatwe could not perform our m1ss1on wlthout each and every crew member do1ng h1s Job from the mess cooks up to and 1nclud1ng the Capta1n The BT s work 1n the f1re rooms 1n occaslonally sweltermg temperatures to keep the bollers repa1red and runnmg and thus 1nsure steam for showers cook1ng laundry heatmg and most 1mportant propuls1on If the need should ar1se to get somewhere 1n a hurry the BT s can be counted on to br1ng up all four bo1lers IH the m1n1mum t1me and g1V9 FOX a 30-plus knot capab1l1ty 1 if BTCM Harl Housdan BTC MHTVIH Thompson BT1 Gary Van Note BT1 Del Scroggms BT2 B111 Dav1sson BT2 Burt Munos fl ' BT2 Bob Lebleu f BT2 Bob Bell BT2 Darwin Mang BT2 C. Reagan BT3 Bob McDermott BT3 Jerry Dierfeldt BT3 Mel English BT3 Steven Haggerty BT3 Rich Mallory BT3 Glen Meuth BT3 Bob Langley BT3 Doug Deacy -.114 Don't hit me, I'11 go 72 FN Ray Lemay FN Ken Thomas BTFN Palladino BTFN Barry Leppek FN Eric Anderson FN David Hendriekson BT2 Hue Blankenship BT3 Ed Noel E? 5: 171 1 I 1, 11 -v J-,Y C5 -H f EQ N , We X 'ff Q13 5 , K. K X nffgfio o i K is f ! 1 ., Cay +A 42 ff f Wt, ,fi-5.2:-3, Q64 V 1 N gl J XX J -.aig-, N-,ati X -Xexigg 57-Q-A --Ni Xk 4--A - f "'9?,1:aX i 2 7 n f FN Floyd Pinkston FN Terry Groby , ,wx FN Mark Barnes FA Mark Ryder FN Bob Coyer FN Tom Dillrnan M W' J YJBNQ'-N f ffW fi 2 ' - Uv ,, Not pictured: FN Brown FA Reed FN Perry Emeigh FN Dan Janousek FA Bill Stiles f'- R DIVISIO R Division is made up of a wide variety of ratings because of the nature of work falling under' its responsibility. The majority of the people are HT's,4 a new rating which absorbed the previous ratings of Shipfitter and Damage Controlman. The division is rounded out with the Enginemen of "A" Gang and the Machinery Repairmen. r The HT's are charged with responsibility of maintaining all the installed and portable damage control gear aboard such that the FOX could successfully combat any battle damage that might occur. As a secondary function they are the ship's plumbers and keep our drains open for us. I' , The MR's are aboard to effect emergency repair work by manufacturing needed parts from stock carried onboard. They serve an added function engraving ship's plaques and cigarette lighters for presentation to visiting -dignitaries. And 'fA' ' Gang, under MMC Morrison, main- tains the air conditioners, fresh water systems, chill water and dry air systems for our sophis- ticated electronic gear and all the pumps aboard. LT Don Gillis MMC Walter Morrison HTC Robert Touve HTl Tom Jennings ENl Silas Aswell MRl D.S Welsh HTl Jerry Kilgore MMI Peter Applewhite HT2 Dan M Edwards HT2 Ron Coffman HT2 Robert Long EN2 Richard D. Lichau HT2 Tommy Krause HT2 Roy Dehner EN1 Eugene M. Magracia ENFN W1111am Burton HTFN Mark A Moore HTFN Douglas G111 HT3 Fred Dobbyn I HT3 B111 Jo1ner MM3 R1ck Pedersen 1 XX I xx X XxX Yi, .N we wx , f x if as Q 1 J , .41 1 5 1 5 . xx + - A116 , - HTFN Walter Lelffer HTFN James Gauger an-df A HT3 Robert Cote MM3 B.J. Conway EN3 Maurice Clark q ENFN V1ctor Casper HTFN Dave Fansler MMFN Tom H111 Not plctured. MR3 Orszlack E DIVISIO ENS Larry Maier EMCS Charles Dressen 'fiwi IC3 Louis Paben TN., IC1 Harry Conner IC1 Austin Wilson EM2 Robert Bridges EM2 Demiis Creighton EM2 Don Peterson ' IC2 Charles Tart A . t EM3 Noli Farrales IC3 Thomas Dunn A 1 A .T --9 .........:,-:,....,-...s..e ... ,-.L .,-.Msn-.-... ,Mn :W va Not pictured: ICC White A , EM1 Mark Prades IC3 Randy Eddings 31 E Division is comprised of Electricians Mate and Interior Communications Electricians. They are responsible for the miles and miles of electrical wiring aboard FOX and the elec- trical equipment it serves. The general announc- ing system which carries the gentle, melodious strains of the Boatswain's Mate's voice to every compartment of the ship with such welcome words as "Reveille", is also maintained by E Division. And, of course, we would have a hard time finding our way from place to place with- out the gyro compass, a piece of gear the IC Gang maintains. Perhaps the most important function per- formed by E Division personnel is maintenance of the movie projectors and the procurring of new movies fat least as far as the crew is con- cernedy. t EM3 Bob Roeder EMFN Philip A. I Humphrey IC3 John Cemore I EM3 Valeriano Soriano SUPPLY S TOR EKEEPER At one time or another, everyone aboard FOX has undoubtedly wished the Storekeepers would disappear, but the truth is the ship would come to a screeching halt without them. Their 1250's confoundieveryone and seem like unnec- essary harassment to many of us, but docu- mentation is a vital part of the supply system. Based on the data developed the SK?s have built a stockpile of all the frequently used parts we need to do. our-everyday work. If someone needs a part not stocked the SK's have agiant catalogue system andcan order it sothat it arrives on board-in the shortest possible time." A SKCS Henry Higley V SK3 Greg Lamanna SK1 Tom Seals SK3 Dave-Conley SK3 Salvatorre Salvato SK3 Vic Means Not pictured: SKI Carnelius Brown N X XX x X-xx K SN Robert Derrick SN Jon Edwards SN Ed Rice Not pictured SKSN Maier SHIP 'S SER VICEME The ship' s Servicemen perform many varied functions aboard the FOX, all concerned with service to the crew rather than maintenance or combat efficiency of the ship. The importance of this rating is that a happy crew does better work, and the SH's keep the crew happy. The SH's run the ship's store providing-a place to buy toothpaste, soap, uniforms, and a few gift type items, not to mention the two coke machines. The ship's laundry providing clean clothes daily to the crew is also run by the SH's. And one place many' of the crew would like to see less of, the barber shop. Itkeeps everyone neat dur- ing 30-day line periods when no access to the hair stylists ashore is available. SH3 Jim Jenkins SHSN John Adams SN Rich Moorhead SH1 John Farris Not pictured: S SN Mike Jorgensen ,M X Not p1ctured SN Sam Glasco SN Bob Munn SN Larry Haney SN Jeff Bertelson SN Ken Crawford SA Teachy DISB UR SING Keeping the pay records of four hundred men straight and figuring up pay lists twice a month can be a gargantuan task, especially when pay changes each payday due to FSA, taxes, combat pay and an occasional pay raise. This monumental task falls squarely on the shoulders of DKl Jim Hoban and the Disbursing Clerks. And then every fifteen days comes the job of holding payday and passing out all that luscious green money. TEWARDS Every member of the crew owes a great debt of thanks to the Stewards. An unhappy man can be very hard to work ifor,i and on occasion, somewhat less than reasonable with his demands. The Stewards make sure the officers are not unhappy, and thus, save their shipmates a lot of grief. The Stewards do all the cooking, serving, and ' clean-up work for the .Wardroom. SDI Rudolfo Sevillano has taught each of the men that works with himthe secrets he learned working for Admirals. As a result, the Wardroom Galley puts out one gourmet meal afteranother. J SD1 Rudy Sevillano TN Ven Gaiman TN Danny Castro A SD2 Mark Pareja SD3 Gene' Padigos SD3 Al Aguilar JY IT f idx 4 4 'X Z s. TN Arnie Aboyme T TN Lito Galgana jun. TN Amor Fuentecilla TN Zosimo Cruz- TN Isidoro Menenz TN Contreras CUMMISSARY MEN The Commissary Men are the ship's cooks. They daily face the problem of feeding four- hundred men three meals a day Cfive on the linej and making each ofthose meals taste as good or better than what Mom cooked. The problem begins with planning a well-balanced meal, deciding on how much of which foodswill be eaten, and breaking it out from storerooms and giant freezer compartments. With the aid of divisional mess cooks the food is brought to the Galley and prepared. Then when everyone is finished there are dishes and pots and pans to clean like you would not believe. All hours of the night one can smell bread rolls, pies, and cakes baking for the next day's meals. Yet with all their work the cooks still find time for weekend cookouts and special meals on holidays. . 3 CSC James Campbell CSl Thomas Cooper SZ X, . .., :rs....-mu..---gn -. CS2 Nathan Brooks CS2 Bill Sewell CS3 Bob Folliard CS3 Gary Scouten SN Gordon Faber CSSN Cornelius McLaughlin SN'Wayne Weiss CSSN Lyle Dorsey 40 " .1.,-a1L:.L.:s1 .-an-.1..: 4... .:-A---. Y j Qfq-QJ H J l 1 7 i 1 V W r 1 L 1 4 l A OPERATIONS OE DIVISIO OE Division is truly the home of the elec- tronic whiz kids. FOX has one of the most up to date electronic installations in the Navy today and one of the most complex. The ET's and DS's of OE Division are responsible for maintaining that gear and keeping it in top working condition. Various individuals are charged with mainte- nance of all the communications gear, all the radars, the NTDS consoles and the radar re- peaters, and with the programming and PMS of the NTDS associated computers. As a result, FOX has on board some of the most highly trained specialist available. LTJG John Pounds ' CWO-2 Don Cooper l ' 1 I Ag. D52 Gary Anderson li ETCM Robert Gottschim DSCS Donald Ribble CETA'Bill Kurtz DSl Bill Herndow ETl Lee Duval DSl Bob Sawyer A ETl Richard Vaughn ETR2 Jon Aldrich 1 I o.....J xi I - ' - -s - Ni - f" '4-f ..' Y , M U - w - -jg V., -g:,,.. . . :1.5, , .- I L W Y- VY . , -r ..V, M .eff --rf.4,-,s-.s1,-,:1:,:,,--. vs- --- Y-.,.,,w, Wwxrzm 7 I V , -ynvq-1-"-'f,'g - '- - - 1 . ,..'x4- - LQ. I-g'-u,,: ETR2 Cameron Brooks ETR2 Mlke Burke DS2 Gregory Dye YW V WM A Z1 X FTN2 Gary Goodlund DS2 Hal Gross DS2 M1chael Hall ETN2 Charles McK1nney DS2 Richard Moore ETN2 Bruce Smith DS3 Steven Burns ETR2 Thyrone Fatzinger i A E ,L f 45 Q E 1 1 DS3 James Amsbaugh DS3 Mike Fitting DS3 Mark Fralick ETN3 Earl Marino ETN3 Moller ETN3 Edwin Tanaka ETRSN James Hall ETNSN Ken Schott 46 ETNSN Fred Jamieson T d OI DIVISIO . The Radarmen of OI Division man the equip- ment located in the Combat Information Center. Some of them man the scopes trackingsurface contacts and passing information to the bridge, others are tracking aircraft, and some of the specialists are controlling aircraft. All the information 'that feeds in through theQRD's is evaluated and in battle, used as the basis for engaging the enemy. A A LT Bill Ritzman LTJG Geoff Wilson Not pictured: RDl Pepper LTJG Steve Lapkin ENS Frank Culbertson ENS Keith Young RDCS Coy Martin D RDC Philip Habib RDl Frank Grubaugh RDl Jim Scott ' RDl Jerry Newcomb RDl Jim McDonough I RDl Howard Fuller RD2 William Kaye RD2 Ronald Nelson t t RD2 James Cady RD2 Terence Shachterle RD2 Roy Lundblad RD2 Bobby Joe Klepzig RD3 Thomas Anthony t RD3 Steve Jordan RD3 T1mothy Corbin RD3 Duane Arnntagne C1v111ans belong ashore so let me'off." RD3 Edson Stewart RD3 Galen Rohne RD3 Robert Gregory RD3 Robert Langan ' RD3 Samuel Kraftician RD3 Steve Green RD3. Tobias Kagan RD3 Edward Gibson RD3 John Gundlach RDSN Peter J. Burkett V YNSN Daniel Zimmer RDSN William Sova 49 RDSN Steve Dias RDSN Paul Hall RDSN William Costa RDSN Steve Wiltjer RDSN William Teresko' RDSN John Przysucha RDSN Daniel Gaines' RDSN Dale Zimmerman RDSN Chuck Fisher RDSA Kevin Brumm l. tk ESO ' OW DIVISIO OW Division is a secretive bunch of people who have their own spaces that very few people get in to see. Their official duty is "Electronic Warfare"0 but unofficially no one knows what they are doing except they and their bosses. They serve as an early warning system against enemy attack, the big mystery is how they know the enemy is there. 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NAVIGATION QM2 Frank Def1ore QM3 Mark K1nney QM3 Juanlto Alberto QM3 Brod1e R1ner AR TERMASTERS The Quarterrnasters are the ones who keep us from golng aground by te1l1ng us where we are where we should be how far to where we want to be and how to get there They keep a log of all events on the sh1p wh1ch serves as a legal record as well as an h1St0I'1C8.10I16 The c1eanl1ness and preservat1on of the p1lot house and chart house and the ma1nta1n1ng of up to date charts for nav1gat1on are all the1r respon s1b111ty In add1t1on they are the tlmekeepers for the whole Shlp QMC Gary Coatney Why wasn t I born a Ch1ef'P Not plctured QM3 Perry Swenson .. ,-VA, ,,,.,: ..,...,-N. ML.. ,, , 2 , Q . .. ,.. .,.:.- . , ., A.. ,f ,- . ,n ga , ., V .. -,x ,. . - ... .. .ig-Yi,,g-r':7rr,14-12,-:Z",ff'F:y.r..-315-LF, 'j'4r5j--N.'Z:fg-4KQ'- .:.i5? :f'.-.f .-f.A,.a,.l 'IL'!4'-tix.,-A-f.-.....:.. f--M wr" - ' ' ' " ' ' . ' - - - - - - - - - , - .J . ,- -. ....'x." 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The HM,s are also very handy to have around in case of an injury at sea. For the serious ones, Doc plays a recording of a real M.D. saying "Take two aspirin and call me in the morning." Most comforting! The clowning below is testimony to the effectiveness of FOX' drug awareness program. The good judgement andmaturity of our crew is such that we have kept drugs off of FOX, mainly through self policing. It is a serious problem but we on FOX can kid openly about it as it presently is non-existent for us. We all hope it stays that way. - A ' ' "But they said they had prescriptions!" V - HMC James Riddles 'HM2 James Newell SN Greg Johnson "Next time I'll take the plague instead of the shot." A . . . . . .. V.. ,. g, If p.:1.-Q, ggi ,,.-aff 1:..:1- , A- -cfnixfv-Q, ., 'Q ggi-is-,,.-.. 1- ' . , n, , , , , 1 .. .,.,.,.,..,.f::, 1,51 ,f",1i. :U 1 4:4 -f' 1' wLi:i.r..x.lx:...,' :suffer-a-new-ns!-.asv-ss.-1:sv:i..wr4 -.fi:..w7,-.Q4.....,,x,- .f.,..--i:....,,,..A.- .Mn . . 1 . ... .. i V ADMINISTRATION HIP'S UFFICE The Shipis Office or People Office as its inhabitants prefer to call it is the "Hall of Records" and the "Secretarial Pool" for the Ship. The YN 's are very adept at turning a page of chicken tracks into a neatly typed business letter. All typing done on the ship is done by either the YNXPN community in the Ship's Office or by one of the departmental YN's who are on temporary ,assignment from the "YN Pool' '. All official correspondence both incoming and outgoing flows through hereg 'The PN,s are the custodians of all the serv- ice records, and thus are responsible for re- cording promotions, courses and schools com- pleted, and changes in dependent status. They, are also here to help the crew with any problems, like transfers, dependent I.D. cards, or any question about service records. I PNSN Pat May YNSN Phil Alborn YNSA Ron Sabala PNl Greg Evans YNl Louis Cornelius MMI John Seitzinger CCareer Counselorl PN3 David Bouthillier YN3 John Janks YN3 .Don Donnelly l J 1 Not pictured: . FNSA John Feathers V YNSN Jerry Barrett . , ,' H -qui... fl. .':p:.:1 1.'r..:n 13.1" ..g.:.g ' wg., '::,:".:f 'V'-ML' a' 'lf' -is-ridmli-inassziwi-GPI:-wiiilwxsilifl-32?-f-515'-ui-'2f"3'3"""W i n I .N H A: --'-1-fr-4 Ap! 'E-1 Al if : I - 'P ,Q , 1 , . , X 41-'?'?"f'+:"Lhw ri. ' 1 :fav-Sw J.- fr Maw. see . f- . ...,-,.,. r Y -tA.m?g9.155:,1,k 2 pq' ,-.,.,: . .. .,,,,L,n,.. ' 33111-' 15-an 3 V E E n 1 E . 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'fi'f?': :, - p.p .,... - Nf.v,,f -s fi' ..ff:.1, : 'f -f f '- 1 1- if fa- 'vgffm POSTAL CLERKS 23 The three most welcome sounds to any sailor are "Liberty call", "Payday", and "Mail call". Responsible for the latter are the two hard-working Postal Clerks shown on this page. They were on the helo deck for every "Log Helo" to send off mail and hopefully receive some. When we hit port they were the first ones ashore mailing the outgoing mail and picking up the incoming mail. Then long after liberty call they would stay aboard and sort letters so their shipmates could read their letters as soon as possible. As we left port, the last boat would bring the PC's back after one last mail run to send off their shipmates last minute letters to wives and sweetheartsf A T if wi ill fw i ,i f,r,,k i Pcs Ron Fisher 'SN Frank saiz "It isn't sorted yet. Come back in ten minutes." .. . , , .-gg ia m.. -V vf-nw fff,-,,,,.,...n.v4-ff-ff ' ' - C3 I ' X . .- I 4 , . . I . ffl! - Ax . X ' 17 August 1971 GOODBYE FUR A WHILE - "I'11 miss you so much." I w Y Y 1 w l 65 1 I il ll rl 41 V 'I N V H il V. ,w I 432641 Sm. XXXL il 11, 1 1 I w w 5" w E! ' QU 1 I 1 . , I 1 T i Anchors Aweigh anyone? f.'JuSt one more , for the road."' "Ask Mr. Moore, he'11 tell you there's no room for you in the com- partmentf' -iii! 1'-'r' i1.l:'i-L3l1J1 " I-Z-1.25522 1.:f:iz,.,:i5- Q. 121.17 ' 12-JL?..L fi , , - sf sfm-'-."5":ffr1ecf3A Qffsz- .---:f 1. fyfqffff-1' -,yu L.: 2,1f,g,,4.f- 1 .52 :-- . -.--.1 I , rl , Mm t , I I EA TTLE One night in port and I get the duty. There'sthe pointy thing, this must be the place WW we f , .,,i, xi iw, z X-i X ff! ve- 's...I,',f .N- ., ..,, -f,, --YV 1 W f.-. ,, ,. u 41- -- '-A-. A ,..-, .. , " ' -591-:'lF?-I'fi-:THQ-"iz '.1+f'1-'35 ' Url-1,1 --41339-:-i3.1'?-4-9h'1'5'v?a, .L T'-2-1,1-Z "TS .55-g.f:.,Q-:gf Sgr-:.3 . Q58 YI. , ..... 1 1 131 1, I 1 1 4 E 5, 1 5 2 ! Off again! Bar's closed - 'back to the ship. if fi ,, my iw? K , 5: ' wg ' ! 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Q wfmwwhw wN,fm,,wMWM wx Y Www WJ, ' NN? t Q A, gf, xy, M XM, ' X7 M7 X 1 X V HZ fl A 9 .X -'-- 'ff Xv- , , f -AN 'f XQXW, if AMW? , bi My Y. A X, X gym: M ,W if A 7 ,., K me fwf wxf 'Sf '-779 GQQA NQV 'Q ,J 0 4 l SASEBO K-,, I 44 ,A am1.2i4eJ4.z.fegz:,:m-.ixwmzfi5l:1fs.:L-LQ2.aJ:.4 :Wa -2cm:'s:r:w5.1,,..H..,......f,w -. , .. H1 Mom My girdle,-is killing me. H ' Clark Kent lives! The Lavender H111 mob cc ' H b V I , , l . . a Z, 1 EQ 'Q , 522 53: Wi Za' 3 Fr gi W 1 5 , Nt 3 N i 4 3 Z 1 1 Z0 Z ? 1 1 W H II w ll fTop photoj Mayon Volcano ,' Philippines. CBottom photob Battery Hearn, largest gun on Corregidor. THE Pl-WU P NES Olongapo jeepneys, a favorite mode of transportation. CTop photoj Philippine flghtlng cock fBottom photo? Curbside cookout in Olongapo. Tying down the furniture and motorcycles for the long trip home. Q 'Z 95 i "We're' not stopping. hereg Those are the two gliest- girls I've ever seen," 'V , t . E "Lookout Bangkok, here we come " BANGKUK Thai boxing anyone? The Golden Buddha. ' X , r 5 w'eA5rv,mq4aQq?f11371?-T zffgfgjqwgyfi-vsgf1W'7L'rr?1:d:'zvfa?TE!'?:l"iiH!f912"i':?'H'--ff 3""'F1":' rw-'--1 .1 r -H-'fr' 'lf ' ' 'if W KA OHSIUNG -f:+::a:-Gs-u'7.4wf,gs,,r-.lr..-.. fy-3 Temples, temples everywhere . . . Taiwanese girls' are very fashion Conscious. So are American sailors. Rub my be11y, I'11 bring you luck 77 U ' w .J.. " Q ' 'L1 'V'A'X f9 " " -.L?..-A... e.-2fs.w.,qn5:i'.w4.4fia:e. e-1.a.,,L,..,A.e,,..z1. ..r.,eg.f,. ,.., ,. way-we-1 HONG KO G gg,-a ,E '.s,irf,.a 1.,-QS M. -t .a ,E , , l HONG KONG---Referred to by many as "The Pearl of the Orient", Hong Kong is a city of contrast, the old and the new, the East and the West, the rickshaws and the Rolls Royces. From the New Territories with its spreading squalor to Victoria Peak and its high rise apartments all one sees is construction to accomodate refugees who flee daily from the mainland. With such an inexhaustable labor supply one can have anything made locally for almost nothing, and Hong Kong's status as a free port means low prices on goods from throughout the world. But Hong Kong is more than just a bargain hunter's paradise, it is Thieves Market, the Star Ferry, the night clubs of Kowloon and the Wanchai, the peak tramway, the floating restaurants at Aberdeen, and the junks picking their way through the crowded harbor. ' Y .vmnw X " w 1 v -'-:X 11:-1'W-'N-1112-:L'1'xff-'cw-3sf -1-A-J :?f'vff:m1f1::wA-fpglffwfgw-w-:.f,y--M',,.gfQ:.p ,.,,,v,1:,m!4L,v.mh,,,,..,- ...J . 1 A elle-L4 ua.qa.1mm14f.mfx..:.d.-f.L.-a4-4.an..a.4.1'12,:osmm-nu Warsl.-44,24 f fs "fl ff' 1-'fur' iT --- v -ri-rr--rv-v-1-'----.v1-T-,-qw-we-.-'VT -.'-1-w-f-e-,f-- ffm -fi Y- -V. ,.YY -nn Y WVVWYW ..,YY Y.- V,.Y, W Y, ,. ,,,, ,,.,. , , ""' ,,,g, .ig1,g.,.,'Q.Fg'--"f -'- F - F0 v f - we-:1-sfns:-.sewage-af...Laf ,g.,5-gg.,5:L.l .,!Q.-- -' T:Q'iswr1af.w"1 ' ...mu V- - 1 ... A me ,,...mxw.z,AQ,. fzi.. Md, -ss ,kkk , it . - , , f- , Mm ,. on QUE CHRISTMAS PAR TY Away from their own loved ones at Christ- mas, FOXMEN opened their hearts and wallets to a group of Chinese orphans. A group of vol- unteers from the crew arranged the party, purchased gifts, and were standing on the quar- terdeck to greet the fifty youngsters when they boarded. The youngsters were from the Amy Hill Memorial Rooftop School in Kowloon. They were given a tour of the ship, ice cream and cookies, a gift from Santa and as a last minute surprise, entertainment by a Scottish singing group then appearing at the Hong Kong Hilton. 1 .MA M., .mu ., ...f.,g:.a441+G-11,24k.W:nu.1ux22.rm:Qw-1-.1w4k:.u.u5a.f'" " ' fx 1:14191-H 'James' mv 1.1--f,f,H,1 -., l-NH, L,,.,,,,,.,,,,,4,.,,,.-,,.,,,,,. ,,, ,4,,., I N K , s 81 1 N 1 N 1 N I 1 E i KEEL UNG Bars are plentiful in every port. The photographer visits the zoo Z W, 1 ,. I Z Q- 35, W I7 The two major transportation systems, train- -'- - - -and taxi. N. 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McKee, "Country Donnie" Bas- kette, Stan Maroon, Steve Morrison, Charlie Betz, Danny Perna, and "Brother Don" Peter- son. Together they provided a balanced blend of top 40 tunes, C and W, oldies but goodies, and progressive rock. . Perhaps the most popular show on the air, however, was a weekly talk show during which the Capt. answered questions phoned in by the crew. . . .- . ,.: , . V-..,..q,:....:4f-bf Mfidlial .1411lr.aQf'.AL?'1:""-M:suL.QQ:::imL5ii'1'"f'fiWffi'i'3'l'l7'3:5S'Z""i':Vg3 ' .-, , . - , . ,,, u, V: Y ' -' , 7 , ., I, I X -,,,.,,. , , -4. --..,.. -.-.,,1.f V. , , , 3' -f-fir: - , -4'i f - -"L ,--. FT-:Av f , 1 ' '.i:f-.-': -: 't:e-.fa-z. - 'mi ra Ja .. -"+R -if': , '--.112-1 A'T"'f2' " .. . ., ... . - . i. .-1-M- .--. -- .f - . .,.1 -.:-f..,,.1 , rm, - .- 1. BAR-B-QUE FOX-STYLE -v -, .335 .- -1:-:' 7 X f yy am +-Mhz fa w i l. I 7 E 1,4 4 90 'i M! U2 What do you think? Should we feed the hungry-looking Ensign? W4 f ,ew V, 2,9 V if khfm IV,A if 1' I Roof ,gf . 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Clarey, was our first visitor. He came aboard to praise FOXMEN .3 - W' X for the job they were doing and to answer questions on developments in the Pacific Fleet. Next it was RADM Bagley, Ombudsman of the Navy, who came aboard to discuss new pro- grams and listen to suggestions and constructive criticism by crewmembers. Finally, SECNAV paid FOX a visit to praise the fine accomplish- ments of the crew. COMSEVENTHFLT, ADM Mack, and RADM Turner from OPNAV accom- panied Mr. Chafee on his tour. FOX was also visited by RADM Ferris, then commander of all Naval Air assets in WESTPAC, and RADM's Robinson and Bergan who were successive commanders of all Cruiser-Destroyer forces in WESTPAC. .nr '--rv -all .-. Ji! i n 44 RE-E LI TME TS A happy ship means lots of re-enlistments. The half -dozen FOX crew members pictured on this page are only a fraction of those who actually took the big step during this cruise. It appears 3 safe to say that FOX is truly a happy ship. F l , , ' -... ,. . I.. .. . ..f.....f..,...4e.4 .4L,.- '.1 Q-2-..z..-.,m,4.e.:a..1: fu.ga-NamQ.f.A::.q:":9.a' '-3,6-4fLlagb.v4s,11a,:L..hnim.4lia-rx FLIGHT UART RS Flight Quarters was at least a once a day evolution during our line periods, many times it turned into very lengthy operations. As a result FOX flight crew personnel often put in long hours on station. Our secondary mission in the Gulf was SAR, so we were home to the HH-2 Clemintines and HH-3 Big Mothers of HC-7. But when a ship is at sea for thirty days, another kind of helo becomes more important to the crew, an HH-3 without SAR equipment known as the Log Helo which brought our mail. And on a few occasions we welcomed aboard a CH-46 "Flying Banana" bringing groceries from an AFS. Af.. gi-B-5-Ha..+fnffal,Q..i-:as,1A,:,... ::.f..-fb- ....... ff 4,,,sa..agQf.,.u-' g..,g:.wa. gg,-"'.a:s2 ' '-1 j :,3.,g: A5,5,3,,L.,3,A ,uipwq EARCH A D RESCUE SAR or Search and Rescue missions for downed pilots are something every ship hopes there is never need to actually use, but when the need does arise it is a matter of life and death and the ship must respond immediately. On 30 December 1971, FOX was called on to perform a SAR. An A-6 aircraft with two fliers aboard had gone down along the North Vietnam coast after being hit by a SAM. Our helo moved in and picked up the BombadierfNavigator de- spite heavy fire from the beach. The rescued aviator, LT William F. Burton, was returned to FOX for treatment of burns and a broken leg and then flown back to the carrier. Photo sequence shows: Upper left, the wounded flier being removed from the helo and placed in a stretcher. Center, Big Mother crew- men taking abreak after rescue. Lower left, Helo from the carrier arriving to pick up the injured flier. Below, Doc Riddles directing stretcher bearers as they carry the bandaged flier to the waiting helo. 4 W HOLIDAYS AWAY F OM O R FAMILIES Everyone is blue when away from home for the holidays. As you know we missed a bunch of them this year. But the extra effort of our cooks made it feel a little more like home. At Christ- mas, we even had achoir for our religious serv- ices, furnished by St. Mary's of Hong Kong, and the orphan's party provided the sound of children laughing and the sights of Santa, Christmas presents and of course, a tree. So even if it was not like being home, we still had a lot to be thankful for on each of our holidays. wi' ' J' - - . gl i n A N4 S 'R-'3 X 1 W X 'Xu f if 5 as Writ ' X I C' F' Tx kv ff " fff X f f 1 A I 1 Y, 1 I iff' ' K 1 f, 1 N ,IH v 1 I 5 ' , X brig 1 1 .4 QA Ax vi O 0 K ' that v, w nl." 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