Franklin D Roosevelt (CVA 42) - Naval Cruise Book

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Divisiong ond here ore the ploces he went: J J Puget Sound Areo 6 April 1956 - 14 June 1956 son Fmngasco 16 June 1956 - 20 June 1956 Son Diego 21 June 1956 - 21 June 1956 Ponomo 27 June 1956 - 1 July 1956 Equotor 2 July 1956 Volporoiso, Chile 7 July 1956 - 10 July 1956 Cope Horn 17 July 1956 J Rio de Joneiro, Brozil' 25 July 1956 - 28 July 1956 A Mciyport 8 August 1956 - 27 August 1956 Guontonomo Boy, Cubo- 29 August 1956- 14 September 1956 Port ou Prince, Hoiti 14 September 1956- 16 September 1956 Gucintonomo Boy, Cubo 16 September 1956 +- 18 October 1956 Moyport 20 October 1956 S Cy-wflffn lZ1l4'fAA! his M94 . , , ide aecw again. . , I must go down to the seos ogcun, to the lonely seo ond sky And oll I osk IS Q toll shlp ond o stor to steer her by And the wheel s kick ond the wand s song and the whlte souls shokmg And cn gray must on the sec s fclce cmd 0 groy down breokmg John Mosefleld 1 I . . 1 . . . ' I . , A . 1 , X . 6 A - - - -'- x - - X x P T' F X , ' X r '. , Q' N - w 'J 1 .- K . NX R N XF N ' s N 5 K 'N K ' xi , X - :Xu -'Q X - . 1 I x --NX Q- ' .A X.. A , 1-,X . . x ' 5- 5' fx! -- - Qhwgq-rim: fi' X Qvi ,, L if W fu: M , J , ' MM Q eff I ,L lqgt X Q! 7 W V W ar .... w ' N"fa' 'W , Mrs if W' MN' , ' 1 s N ,J , A ,, ' 'wr 1 4 , 'xi -5' f ,J Q , M , if Nami' M..- , .g No one likes to leave home, . . . and loved ones. There are compensations . . . the excitement of new lands and cultures . . . but always there is that deep, fervent yearning for what was left behind . . . familiar emotions at familiar times . . . the wistful feeling of emptiness at sunset . . . the damp blackness of night at sea . . . the lonely wail of the fog horn . . . sounds and feelings we'll never forget. This is the story of three thousand men who shared those feelings . . . three thousand proud men who breathed life into a ship with a glory- studded past . . . who turned the world's 3rd largest vessel into one of the nation's defensive bulwarks . . . a mighty warning to those who would threaten our way of life. No, no one likes to leave home . . . but there was an important job to be done . . . these are the men who did that job. ' m .,.,,.a,,.,,Q.,.l.l,,,...ll fW'k.l Y ugh' ,,f "OnIy by preparing for war, can we avoid it." Franklin Delono Roosevelt N5"'h. '75 M2 i ,5:XiiVk . W, 4 55 H - ,-VV In xi, H , I ,K , ,--f, ff, ,yf ,fy I V, H 7 ,Mgr My X, V, fr W, 5 ,wuwfy ,,,kZ7,L?kZ y 7Z7!im.5V,7Z,5ffZ WWMV4kZi,,.6 ,,,C,f, , M MW. ,, 7. , . ., f , , 0 AM 4 ff ,W , ,,., Mmfff, ffzfif f Umfyfsfa, Wnw,fM'f fy' ig42wg5111f'5:.Tf1":::::F?r'::1f - " " W" ""' ' W' ""'w" 'Wm' Tw' w"':'w"" -N' Wim rAr"7T"w--5, " : K ,. ' fk -. vt' CAPTAIN JOHN T. HAYWARD, USN COMMANDING OFFICER 6 APRIL, 1956 - 1 ocToBER, 1956 We proudly declicote this book to Coptoin John T. Hoyword, whose inspiring leod- ership ond whose Ioyolty to his ship ond crew hos generated in eoch of us confidence in ourselves ond greot respect for our profession. U.S.S. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT CCVA-423 cfo FLEET PosT OFFICE NEW YORK. NEW YORK It has really been a short time since the 'ROOSEVELT detail first assembled in Building 52 in the Puget Sound Navy Yard at Bremerton. The trials and tribulations of putting a ship in Commission are very well known, suffice to say it was well done under trying circumstances. Since the 6th of April many things have happened. We had our troubles, as well as our fun and we always met the schedule, even if at times it took tremendous effort on the part of all hands. As all of us know it is most important that a ship starts its career in being a "Can Do" ship as well as a happy one. The ROOSEVELT has done just this. The cruise around the Horn with the reception given us in the South Americaxn ports will long remain with us. The good will that was engendered in those countries by the officers and men of this ship certainly has been of great assistance to our country in our relationships with South America. There were many messages of congratulations on this particular subject. V The work done with the Reserves on this cruise was another out- standing job. l am sure these people went back to their various communities with nothing but praise for the officers and men of this ship. One cannot point to one individual or group that has been responsible for this fine performance as it has been an All Hands effort. lt is with pleasure that I congratulate All Hands on this splendid effort and wish you many more Happy and Pleasant Cruises in yourcareer in the Navy. 010 1' Ll W.. Joi-IN T. HAYWARD S , ' ,KH CAPTAIN THOMAS W. HOPKINS, USN COMMANDING OFFICER 1 ocToBER, 1955 ' .it " pn F , i L is I vs -5 4 L S 1 9 X 4 N Q? 1 R U.S.S. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT CCVA-421 cfo FLEET POST OFFICE NEW YORK. NEW YORK This beautiful book provides a splendid chron- icle ot the rebirth and new activities of the FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT. Although l have been with the ROGSEVELT only a short time l have been deeply impressed with the spirit and ability of her great team and am looking forward to a lengthy participation in her new and so manifestly well begun career. A THOMAS W. 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Morris, Mason ini if CDR l CDR: iii CDR. fl CDR. gg CDR. 2 CDR. 5 CDR. ' ' CDR. CDR. ggi CDR. aiu LCDR isa . LCDR iz LCDR Ri LCDR Q LCDR 5 t H 3 LCDR Q LCDR ..i lu gi LCDR LCDR. 5 LCDR LCDR LCDR LC DR jg. LCDR LCDR , -i iii id el El Mosson, Lester H. Howland, John B. Wright, Whitney lni Harris, Virgil J. Thomson, James R. Beck, Max G. Curtis, .Archibald W. Lawrence, Oscar O. Elder, Roy "T" Leggett, Ernest H. Hansen, John B. Anderson, Donald A. Crook, Frank W. Shannon, Philip P. Biedebach, Herbert E. Kingsley, Ralph M. Faris, William B. Knoeckel, R. C., Jr. Monahan, Alfred E. Rotchstein, David S. Eldridge, Paul W. Carlson, Nils A. A. Wilkerson, James L. Murray, Royal C., Jr. Lockhart, James A. LQ, 1"-9 OFFlCER'S ROSTER, AUGUST 1956 LCDR. Prouhet, Clement R. LT . Bradberry, Gordon D. LT. Parker, Edwin J. LT. Murphy, Francis J. LT. Stiegelmar, Loren R. LT. Wash, John L. LT. Pillar, Samuel A. LT. Scappini, Mimo L. LT. Jefferson, Harry P. CAPT. Finne, David D., Jr. LT . Giles, Claude F. . Leser, John R. . McJunkin, Russell E. . Villaneuva, X-avier V. . Bielobocky, Stanley J. . Kennedy, Jeremy H. LT LT LT LT. Faulk, Wallace H., Jr. LT LT LT . Rhea, Alfred C. LTJG Demers, Charles W. LTJG. Todd, Walter H. LTJG. Hassman, Andrew U. LTJG. Fernandes, James E. LTJG Meserve, Charles L. LTJG Kausch, R-alph W. LTJG Cross, William F. LTJ G LTJ G Maatta, Gilbert H. Davis, William S. LTJ G LTJ G LTJ G LTJ G LTJ G LTJ G LTJ G LTJ G LTJG: LTJ G LTJ G LTJ G LTJ G. LTJ G LTJG LTJG: LTJ G LTJ G. LTJ G. LTJG. LTJ G. LTJ G. LTJ G. LTJ G. LTJG. LTJ G. LTJ G. Bennett, Paul P., Jr. White, Robert G. Christopher, Robert N. Prichard, Barry lni Masterson, Chas. F. Loewenthal, R. J.,, Stomper, Wayne Ef Curtis, Pat H Burgener, Jerry L. Muller, Wayne C. Sillcox, Robert L. U Jones Au ustus L J l'. 1 Q - Quimby, Donald R. Massnick, Thomas P. Hester, Bernard F. Eckert, Robert E. Suddoth, Francis E. McVey, James G. VanWinkle, Phillip E. Sweet, William L. Sutherland, Henry N. Housley, John B. Knutson, Dale A. Heusinkveld, Merlyn R. Thie, Dean A., Jr. Siqueland, Herman S. Barretzt, Michael M. LTJ G. LTJ G LTJG: LTJG LTJ G. LTJG ENS. ENS. ENS. ENS. ENS. ENS. ENS. ENS. ENS. ENS. ENS. ENS. ENS. ENS. ENS. ENS. ENS. ENS. ENS. ENS. ENS. Coler, Eugene W. Lloyd, Russell, Jr. Read, Farra L., Jr. Wilson, William E., Jr. Morrissey, Edward H., ll Riddick, Joseph B., lll Davis, Wendell ini, Jr. Law, Robert F. Cardoni, Edmund J. Blattman, Abel E. Langer, Peter H. Wilson, William A.. Visser, Cornelius H. Thomas, Richard B. Ceriani, Joseph L. Olson, George S. Jordan, James P. Watson, Richard L. Walker, Laurence N. Mays, John C. Harris, Robert H. Tatom, Frank B. Reppetto, Gerald G. Clark, Jimmie H. Norris, Richard J. Stewart, Edwin M., Jr. Shyne, Kevin T. Gil .si : l .J 2.1 5.1 .J '.l 5:1 gv...2-wizeefg .. zsf' AMX ' V.. C. L. -D .t-:xg , . to il 25. me-.--n.,,,,- -..mm-v-....-.:rf--.-.ex.....-..mf----.-....erer-M..x1.N-.-.........s---......e:e.- .... 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Conner, Qnester ln! Cooper, Russell W. Corbin, Glen R. Cralgn, Harry E. ROSTER Dolapaz, Louie lnl Do .l lm A. marquee, oe Farley, lm W. Ferguwn, Dove H. Fitzgerald, Jornoo E. Floyd, Edward E. Flynn, Loo P. Fobes, Jack M. Frey, l.eo J. Galloupe, E., Jr. Gorham, Wlllliom C., Jr. Green, L-.vudy C. Gunner, Amos T. Holpln, Robert E. Horlees, lenses M. Harris, Byron C. Hdfrll, Earl Ca, Helms, Paul V. Hendrloks. lrhnry J. Harold, Robert P. cnrlcvscn, waz nm Edward J. . cnwncn w-2 sms, 'lem D., lf. cnAvMAlnTEcH, wa mm, noun w. cnsnmzermscn, waz lem, emma. a. cnaosn waz um, Tm A. , , cnsnmri waz ramen, mm w. CHSHUPREQTEC' H, waz now, lznmra J. AVOPTECH, w-I. Keel, more 1. MACH, w-1 wnmm, Elmer H. George L., lr. OF CHHIF PHT!! OFFICERS n ,.lohrnE. Slmadbum, .lomeg E. Shellleld, Joe lnl, Jr 0 MacDonald, Ralph E. , Dwmord B. Mclialn, Robert l.. l-lovennole, Greater B. Melemoro, Brice nl Howell, Jlmph F. Half, Andrew lnl Huff, Herbert ln! Jackson, Curlls A. Jones, Howard E. Jones, Looman H. Keary, Fmnelo T. Slegel, Joseph lnl Slam, Troy lol Miller, Walter lnl, Jr. Srnlm, Harold D. Mosman, Roy B. Smith, Harold F. Muldonlon, Herman l-I. Smith, Harris R. Olson, Howard R. Smlth, I-lorry B. Ono, Rmr E. SrepnM, Carroll Padgett, James A. Porkef, Abel E. Kelley, John J., .lr. Patterson, John A. Kendlall, Dunlel T. Peters, Slonley Cnl Jr. Kenyon Edward I... Pemueh, Andrew lnl mm, ammo T. mmm, mmf E. ltlng, Ray B. Redford, John D. Kli lo, R G. Sof6ni,RobertH. Knmngn, Uno T. Sorber, Martin . Lonlue, Paul R. Sdhlbe, George H. lalngenleller, Delbert' D. Schroder, Funk M. Stover, Charles W. Tow, Willle M. Tllduman, Donal R. Towerv, James R. Ulrich, Francis R. Waller, Alvln D. Wleoe, Franz -R. Wlrnlaomly, Wllllalm S. Wlnkler, Charles E.. Yarbrough, Frank J.. l64l4?ezzg0,lgzwu sages e.,,,,f,fJ -1 1 fm- is-.M uwmmhm , lmzfed if da gfzemefztcwz , , . When the nucleus crew for the new Roose- velt gathered in Bremerton, in early 1956, the the FDR was a sad sight. Her hangar deck was filled with shops, her sides cluttered with scaffolding, and hundreds of hard-hatted yard workmen swarmed all over her. Building 50 was the headquarters for the crew and the great task of converting paper plans into real- ity began. Files from the Old FDR were pulled out of storage, spare parts and allowance items were dusted off in the warehouses, and the liberty was good, even though the weather wasn't. 1 l ..--,..,.-..i..i.--1..m..m--mmmxmn-mm Three days' before com- missioning, the troopship USS General Anderson ar- rived from San Diego . . . brought 'l,500 new tenants to join the 500 men already aboard . . . the huge FDR beganto stir . . . 2,000 per- sonal caretakers preened her for the big doings to follow. umnummmxmx " Decorated with flags and MH ribbons scrubbed and polished FDR was ready for her coming out party. 1- 1 an :J ,J F' 'I V v ' -izfh --'-'-- ,..M., ..,., .WWW , fm :am r i i I J in 1- I Ti, f I A crowd of 3,000 rela- tives, friends and well- wishers turned out for the commissioning cer- emonies. The stage was set . . . the cast was as- sembled . . . i6 rs-, . . . and at 1510, 6 April, 1956, with appropriate ceremonies, the USS FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT, I.. 3, D. l E Admiral Stump lClNCPACFLT1 gave the principal address and the commissioning cake was cut by Cap- tain and Mrs. Hayward, Other guests present included, Rear Admiral Bled- soe lCOM13ND1, Rear Admiral Dolan CCOMPSNSJ, and Senators- Jackson and Magnuson of Washington. CVA-42, was placed in commission, the Ensign, Jack, and Commission Pennant hoisted, and the first watch se . L17 r I ln E tr nf-1:-s :nunugf t wbw5 ff- Il M M e it MQ gfzemefztaa Za eazftfex Although we'd been to sea . . .or almost to sea . . . sev- eral times . . . Seattle was our first port of call ,... a glorified Bremerton-Seattle ferry boat steaming a familiar route to a familiar weekend liberty spot. Flight deck quarters was a handy vantage point for view- ing the Seattle sky-line and watching the busy tugs nudge the FDR alongside. Jw, x . . . ' A aw' , .mx l 60 - 76accamwl an eng gan! W A ., W ,,,, f 4 l v ,.. ....., ,,, e in f ff' 4 I "On behalf of the Chamber of Commerce and the people of Seattle, l take great . pleasure . . . " ?"""-ew, 4 f f r- . j L I4 V: ., X an ' l 1 - - , . n c X t , A if i E 3 ' X ' ' , , W l I 3 , I X E ' X 5 l ,Q 121- X , Z 2' . ' , X V s 5 . X ,, pw ' I x5 I L il r r 4 TL.: "rl "f, . , fa L . , , x -f 1 Much better than speeches . friendly meanwhile . . . back on No. 2 elevator . . . crew gets a taste .of siqhowingi Seattle natives perform for appreciative visitors around the ship . . . a practice that becomes routine in t e nex crew on No. l elevator . . . 2 rnOnthS- 19 ..4.... ... , , .glp-"ff" "'1i325:.i112e2- 'wil-.5a.,:41L4,fL44,.LL:,,fig-..,4, --'- . - --f--"M ' eff., , JSP' l I g 4-1- 4-on-' 1 ' M-E39 5 H 1 E X ,- 3? ? ide Ddcgbefz ,beaded . Soy our good-byes .. e , . , Had ,ffaaczq We ga! A quick stopover at our last stateside liberty port . . . Son Fra-ncisco . . we pick up 450 reserves for their annual summer cruise . . . and then . . . the painful preliminary to the pleasures of international touring . . . now we're all set for S X , Z l I, ,M ,, M. gb? Panama "--1 1... 63s XJ Sl LLZ if lt L- J AI 'vu v- sl 4 . 3273-3-Z.:-,:.!3:. .wg -9:1955-Us. :.'1'1 af-4 n.lt'!4,. in-rw:--A-IH 1- 4-.- 4, --' -- 1' "' "T" """"""' ' ' ' ' ' "' ' 3 H 5 PANAMA . . . for many of us the first lesson on "how to be a tourist" . the thrill as our ship steams into the harbor . . , souvenir hunting . . sightseeing . . . and the birth of an avid species: the camera bug. 24 RWM ""'vxw 1 lu, AL LIGATOR PRODUCTS everything from purses to tobacco pouches inexpensive too' Bargain hunters had a field day many bought Christmas presents 6 months early PANAMA CANAL . . . An intricate series of locks . . . an improbable variety of water levels . . . stretching the length of the 50 miles from Atlantic to Pacific. Some ex- plored the entire canal by train and car . . . could brag of seeing both the Atlantic and Pacific in one day. sa? fwf RUINS OF OLD PANAMA . . . three and a half centuries since pirate Henry Morgan ravaged one of the new worlds' most advanced cultures . . . we explored a little bit of history. STATUE OF FDR . . . We discovered Q mfd then We mode some monument to our namesake . . . and paid l'1ISTOry ot OUI' OWN . . . our respects. -:Ct '-1 Af- .H a : r:'-- -if., . v-warn. f- -vw --ig.. -1- ,t,. -- W, ff Lea, ,--1 he .i,4,A,1 N., y mu, Vive.. 41.,::m',,L::,E:'!.:: .. --.::n:q::::tmi'::::::h'G':::iiZN:::n: Ib- ,...,.,-gm: ....:4:1f1p::e11:1:-'-i-1-iff.-.:.1 -l"UJC-2114 , 'A:LZZZZZt'17::. '::::Lm-evil "Q-1-n.....,.. W " e Hfzaaaed xl K Q . f"""' 'N .Q 252 I E9 'rf If fi' SL-2:1 ,Iglif ly W f Q f .ff x89 U f O I i-r l 36 Cl' July 2, 1956 . . . a day that will live in nautical annals. Twenty-seven hundred pollywogs were initiated into the ancient order of the deep . . . the largest number ever admitted at one time. A small courageous core of shellbacks administered the official rites . . . and what rites they were . . . despite threats of dire reprisals. The shellback was king. And on this special day, the only privilege allotted the brass was an extra hard swat on the dignity by the shellback "receiving line." Q-3.-,.,:::::mn,:iT:,::L::5Fi ?...7.':..x.........-..,..-gg,-.....-.-.:.-.......m---. --.R ....,. ,.-,,.--. . WM ,,,,,,:,,2---y-..-,....f.--7,-..,.. :m.....-.......,.1.. .... -----..-.. ---- - ....- ...ug-J ..-...,, - 1-n -..:-.:1- -1-.raw-:ni-f--J.?!'::s-....-:z:..'r...'7-EY'-lvrv--C-ATF'-'-"'a """' ' gcmlafz fl! HAIL THE ALMIGHTY NEPTUNUS REX' Davey Jones mtro duces the Shellbock kung whsle scurvy pollywogs bow low In object terror note feor crazed expressions on faces of 'rremblmg pollywogs ,AW ff ' 4, ,fy X Q2 5 -,,., fi ' QW X 2 F 4 . 6 ' M r' ,xy T I ' will 'fx 4 , ggi? -vu it H- - -Mm-.-t.'f1fg . Davey Jones and the exec told pollywogg 1 what to expect . . . and did they keep their promise! Shellbac-ks concocted a horrendous array of medieval tortures. it fi,i Torture number one, BATH IN SEARING HOT LAVA . . . Due to hot lava shortage, salt water was substituted. Royal barber did his bit to make victims more comfortable. . V ,A ,... ..,:,:.- .,.... 44v, , m,,, No one got any mercy at the hands of the shellbacks, but no one! Rear Admiral Foss, USN lRet.7 calmly awaits hot lava bath. Miraculously, 'he survived. Torture number 2: POLLYWOG POISON . . . Shell- backs had planned to use cyanide . . . relented in the last minute and switched to compound of grease, flour, fat . . . threw in just a wee touch of alum. Said one pollywog, "l'Il take cyanide, thank you." le g, if Q ll n li ,. : Y E 2 5 E s : l I s l X E l e 5 l l l i l i i l l i l i l l l 4, W , xy-ns, an h j,,v ' -I.6'v'-4- fx, ee t w J, f veins W, "'4Dfg,,5, Torture number 3: COMBINA 'rloN BURIAL AND DROWNINCS . . . Slimy pollywogs were placed in coffin, water piped in, while shellbacks beat on coffin with rub. ber hoses . . . hard on the ear- drums . . . try it sometime. Pre- requisite for Pollywogs: Ability to hold breath for at least 10 min. utes. Some pollywogs came up stark, raving mad. Were never the same again. fl-L Em , .MV..V,, 4 1 Y .uf 53.753 " . If MNHVWC .'g3,RE 1 , ' ., 4 v 4 ' V, Y K ' 2, I ' X X, ,, T471 f - K 5 ' ff? . 9 V, ff , ' , 'S ff. ,CV ,Q M 1,4-,ge n-'i ,f w,,.m. ff 5 l .5 Q r If ' 1 Ev .X Torture number 4: ELECTRIC CHAIR . . . Victims were graciously offered chair to rest from ordeal . . . got up in a hurry. W- r Y - - ..- ...-----.-.. Y MY.-. Y. -Y-- -.. V. Y ,- v -..v...-.W V +- - - -..-f Y V - -vw - Y---v-V V --f1'1"" 'TTFEFEKE313'5595?hu5iil?Zi'r55?Fl5f55?f:Q4i'i?'QfE' '?':t:'f-.'. 31211612-L-f'!'!C1i':'H-ivi E-ft .':':-1315?-A 7-' 'Yuri 'mhff'-'7m1l5" -"3" ' ml ' 1 , fi .N 4 Torture number 5: THE KISS OF DEATH . . . A9011- izing mental torture . . . pollywogs had' to kiss royal baby's tummy smeared with cold, wet grease. Mmmmmmm, good chow .-1 ---M 1 Y.-1: :.f. . 1 4-1 ob, f:e....A..1,a. ,,1 - 61.141-14, 4. .. :.f M.: A - :LL ...Je "-I-,:Z- -- -:.:l Q: wg- - " '- .g.-Q'.- 211, : X l Torture number 6: STOCKS . . . Comparatively tame after the other shellback atrocities. Pollywogs im- prisoned here served as foils for shell- backs too pooped to do any more chasing. Torture number 7. WATER TREATMENT . . . re served for Marines only? . . . Victims hoisted above the crowd and soaked with fire hoses turned on tull blast, . . . then hauled down and thoroughly paddled. Med'- ieval torture expert, Marine Captain David Finne, . . . who declined use ot a chair at wardroom meals for the next week . . . summed up this device. Said he, "Feel- ing is running high about this matter." AND FINALLY lT WAS OVER . . . Surviving polly- wogs . . . now fully ordained shellbacks . . . breathed a sigh of relief . . . immediately began making plans for their next equator crossing . . . now swear they've invented new, even more sadistic tortures, . . . POLLYWOGS BEWARE ll! alparaiso li- 5 7 N H wx , at 5 MJT 1 79 y 4,-.C x 1 , ag ff F 7 rr ' " -. ffl . Av bk X .' . " ,fa Vcfgx IJ :V H XM JJ fn.: khx iffxvq ff. A ' ,- u XX ' ' ' If 3 ' ff!!! MFK' in L' :IQ 'ff' "i XX X .. .' 2' . , , .X X : - , 4S...f n Q.,--""""! Xxx. ,X 2 I, , ,gi 1 Somewhere in the dim, distant gram- mar-school past, we'd learned that our summers coincide with South American winters. We were reminded in a hurry as the FDR dipped into the southern lati- tudes. Our 3 days in Valparaiso were cold and rainy. Enough to discourage most tourists . . . but we made the best of it . . . kept one wary eye on the sky and one on our camera sights . . . be- tween showers, snapped pictures of the impressive "Immaculate Conception" on San Cristobal mountain . . . joined- in a tribute to Chilean hero Arturo Prat. Chileans offset the nippy weather with plenty of warm hospitality. i'5f5'5'f"2"H3H41i?tfifi32 mwliiv-5f'i1Uff ff lm W N3 L-11 W We played host too . . . curious crowds thronged aboard daily . . . receptions became commonplace. Even on our own ship, Chileans welcomed us to their land . . . profes- ional musicians and an orphans band performed in hangar bay show. ., 5 -ga!! -.....,.evw - We continued south . . . the weather be- came colder . . . the seas rougher . . . we dug out our warm sweaters and pon- dered nature's pecu- liar ways . . . winter in July. The day before we reached the Horn . . . storms raged . . . FDR tossed fitfully . . . the world's angriest waters pounded at her sides . . . twisted the starboard sponson . . . we were thankful for that 60-thousand tons of steel between us and the not-so-pacific Pacific. , 2'g::Fa"t:iiSii1g,g5g555":' Ll" 'WM X k d ld earl in the morning the skipper didn't want anyone to miss the ltwasblea an co y . view . . . thoughtfully called a man overboard drill . . . and shutterbugs, teeth chattering, snapped I ' ed . . . but felt much better about the whole a few quick ones . . . we were all propery impress thing after we'd thawed out. ,f--,ffxQ19g,',4:i"?i , - XT K " V 4 1 - The Atlantic gave us a warml and gentle reception . I. 120 crew members cars were sent topside for airing . . . and the world's only moving parking lot slid placidlyl northward. Captain Hayward and Commander How- land struck a sunny flight deck pose with group of Secretary of the Navy guests, most of them along- for the entire Bremerton- Mayport cruise. W l?5?fU!f1Z1:f::wi-2I1r:':::f5-E12r:::.:rq:,E5.g::r::zzz-::.-I'2:4::::g:'15..:,:4jEE7-':-:.::.-E-:I ,Lg--rg-1 ..:::-g:-- :-1,11-:g-..,,.:::1---i z.:,,-:-- H.:.:1-,-in .11---. . .. , A, -. ,. ,. .:. - Q I 5 is mmlefz E 5 the Los Alamos Scientific Laborato s e 2 if Atomic expert Doctor Norris Bradberry, director of .Egfr-w-.:as"'f' --'f-f I9 "W .,,' We Famed 'Me ww l f ' Fifteen consecutive days at sea between Valparaiso and Rio de Janeiro a long lonely stretch . . . but we were more than up to it. 1 I ' I l I . , . rating dec No one had to ask twice for volunteers . . . the bakery, in our 4 months aboard, already had a reputation for outstanding pastries . . . ship's smoker judges didn't bother declaring winners . . . were too busy gobbling up spare pies . . , , getting . . ry, p nt cn few weeks with us . . . gave us some fascinating insights on atomic energy. I I I 14nd Qcacadag Zeafwla i i The Exec. sprouted a dandy, but couIdn't beat out beard contest winners tl. to r. "best Iooking," "most unusual," "shaggiest"J . . , champs looked worried as they awaited prizes . . . shaving buckets, scrub brushes, insecticide powder . . . f f,,, f ft 4 ,1 H , fyv, ' QQWQ ,if ' ,f 'W fm-1 f ff ff 7f'f7Xk!-.wh ' 2 f' W WWW! and three free shaves I li 'W'T2EZ::f'::E?U'E21EEiwrz-:ESEZI :nvM2f::5fF1f:::1:::5i51f"v-:ml2.-:z-zzfifw :f:ss:15111..:f2s22 '-..-ssLf:-:.::-52s1r-:-:-fin- 2.11215-1 11.4112 1. -: :Pl-If :,:1. fn,1-1.22-f.-1-:if-gp. :::fE".'.::5'f"QYZ.IE.Z ff?"-P2 fc i::i'f1::L'-:x : mv.: --wwf Sunrise: 0845 d ur culture . . . enabled us to spend those The beard contest improve o morning "shaving minutes" on more I-lPliffl"'9 Pl'0leCfS - - - such Us Un' - t t' es more perplexing than Dr. Brad- ravellng the plan of the day . . . a lm berry's atomic formulas. Pfam of 546 Dag Monday, 31 June, 1956 Duty Section: Eleven Sunset: 0844 Standby Section: Seventeen Command Duty Officer: CDR. F. W. Vye Liberty Sections: Qne and Two lAAsSxeSCommanding Duty Officer: LTJG. M. Hunt Working Division: A I Officers: George Raft in "Drydock" Standby 'Working Division: CPOS Crew: "Pa and Ma Kettle at Casa Amor" Movie -Rigging DIVISIOFIZ MAA UNIFORM Officers and CPO's: Wrinkled working khaki without Reserves: Dress White "Z" with neckerchief, ribbons buttons. i Enlisted: Unstenciled Levys with holes. 0230 0300 0303 0305 0310 0330 0800 0806 0835 0900 1000 1030 1045 42 and light meters. CARRY OUT STANDARD ROUTINE EXCEPT AS FOULED UP BELOW: Reveille for Special Sea and Anchor Detail. 1100 Flight quarters for flying model airplanes. Go to your stations all the Special Sea and 1120 V-1 Division sweep up pieces from flight deck. Anchor Detail.. 1 125 Dentist drills. Anchor Valparaiso, Chile. 1130 Mess call. Go to your stations all the Special Sea and 1134 General Quarters, General Quarters, all hands Anchor Detail. man your battle stations. Underway for Rio de Janeiro. 1330 Commence air defense Gunnery exercise. ,Firing Air Defense. Man all air defense stations. at towed sled. d ATF Commence firing at towed sleeve. 1345 Memorial services for crew of expire Away rescue detail to pick up survivors of shot towing sled. down tow plane. 1355 Gunnery Department control personnel and Cake cutting ceremony in Scullery 9153 for l25,- safety observers meet on the forecastle for review 000th tray going through washing machine. of firing safety precautions. Provision ship from USS Garbage Barge CAF 1510 Field day. 175Wl. All hands not possessing cameras, re- 1515 Zone Inspection. port to Hangar Bay 3 for working party. Recom- 1600 On deck all eight o'clock reports. mended camera setting: 1150 at f 8. 1800 Movies, Hangar Bay 9191. Samba dancing class, after mess deck. 1805 Aircraft engine turnup, Hangar Bay 42. All divisional Damage Control Petty Officers 1820 SUNSET- The Ship will GXGCUTG 0 180 degfee meet on forecastle to swap sea stories. turn to enable Sec Nav guests to take pictures Reveille for reserves. of .Q Sunset at Seq, 1830 Muster Engineering Department on flight deck for fresh air and a look at the stars. The Engi- rrlleering Officer will lecture on "Beauties of ature." hx ,lf "' 2100 Cookies and punch served forward mess deck. H A 1' wg-'ff'-A. Q' O O Ta DS . fl bfqfltcxwii X X fy 2215 Reveille for Special Sea and Anchor Detail. Q! 5 QEONGA 1 2216 Air Defense. Gunnery exercise. Tow plane "3 ZQONG' fires at us. Eggxilff mx BOW X 2300 Anchor for the night. ' gf! F HSSXXL 2345 Gunnery Department control personnel and ' T 1' 5' safety observers meet on the forecastle to decide Cf 055.7-FJUQM f- NOTES when to hold next meeting. U ilyx I .ftv f U 'X , 1. AIl.hands are cautioned not to sleep on flight deck ff A, Kiffg. ffm Vf, Cn during flight ops. There have been several instances J D whlere men have failed to heed this warning, causing 'iii 0 1, quite a mess on the flight deck for the flight deck ,fd 6 .I ft crew to scrape up. of 1 .Cl f, xx S-,ef 2. Will the person or persons who removed Mount 51 ' ff!! please return same immediately. The Gunnery Of- ficer s bongo drums are stowed in the barrel. 3. . . . is a drill, this is a drill, General Quarters, General Quar . . , At last week's Zone Inspection, it was noted that many freshly painted decks 'had not been walked on before The Point was dry. All division officers will take action see that this does not occur again. Y A , ,sew .,.A, ,, ,f"Z, , ., , .,,.., ,ff-' A"' V,,,- LXxf lx I -4 E f A 1 '1 ' f 5 Xxxk ff' 32' x , I N. dxf? x I l 7 L 3? n f S, Cjifgzy Q l ' v ,.,.,f: -eng . . . ke cutting ceremony I A S C Qi 'sfr5fI"'Jf . I, ' il 43 fo 125 ooofh '21 I , , -,fig Illavlgoihla thramigh washing I J 21 0 ,,,,, . o"0 I machine . . . ,M I I I I as I eigy . . . flight quarters for fly- ffg Y ing model airplanes . . . I Q7 reveille for reserves E' N f D 1 , . , L V 5 ,f f X' A 0 If 1 1 S u - m2f,,..g11'2" Z zz-lk N' " Nj . Xe ,--f" 'jfffffffjj """"" fwf- I I if Q ffiffgw A Xi? f Y f W 1 ., N.. - Y f if ? 'g7"'7 f ff I 1 - 4 ' 'gi is O ! Q 3: ' '. Qi ag f X is 95.-aff f f ' if I fe WJ ' f W U 5 ii K I 1 if 1 I W 1 X s E El 1 3 3 , A-X N fps, 7 -N, ' g Ax 59 I- ' 1' A mfzejf' V J , Ai , - f p52C.w.f if ik: I . . . Samba dancing class, after mess deck . . . cookies and punch served forward mess W' deck . . . Z 'Tin ff f 'A I A M wx ENR A CLS H GS , x C, , N I xx W riy gf ff X f Leesielem, 4 1 X gm r-'far-MM-,,, 1 ...r.,,,...,...-,,, K A N W I 7 f i il M L ,J H L4 fx I ' J El 2' THEN CAME THE HIGH POINT OF THE CRUISE! . '. . 43 - amHmm. "via- E ym5:1mmwd.Hw,, ..n,,A,,-H,,,u-A-,grimy 3. I MQW Law CQALQ J L n Qlfffx X4 is V- 7 X P X17 JA f A f 44 "" -':-.----f.-. .,.. """--RYE'-' - 15.3,--,Q--....2 ,, 80.22 ---f-1:---M ., .. 1--V rn-. ,.., - f ,...,,,--,,-yrs. JW :Z :L rm pu cl an my 4' nv r fm x ZR' f , 171, itfwgfv- V 'awww i X 8 4,,,,,. A fm ' .,.-4-qggv, 0' , "M, 0 'R Q V S' .26 " H , 5. , vsw, 4 M, ,f, ... I .S ' , 4 , '23 f fx .ez ., L 1 5 .1,.v. ,,g.,,, ,,,1,,x,, ,,,, . , M K mmf' Z u E 1 5 1 Rio's magic beckoned us . . . eagerly we packed the liberty boats . . . and sped ashore . . . that's Corcovado Mountain 5 1 and the famous Christ of the Andes statue in the far background. u i First stop .for all hands . . . cruizero counters . . . best to P 991' your Brazilian money pronto . . . local exchange rate plummeted as Yankee dollars hit the market. 46 Cruizeros went in a hurry . . . C0l0ffUl souvenir stands . . . fascinating trinkets were too much to resist. 'l - n i ,K-A! ' - 1112:-'-93117: --f,- . iff? 17711:-1--FT ,, A '- -- -:gg 15454 -eg-gr-Q w,.,.13!,:g ,::eg,E, me 0 1 0 wmnmuehtcne...w Mieiime... wesmsmwh lgh "CMM vfthe "mn domwniaim...wimdim twin Mo to Ulm top mlwneod the adventure. . ' if-i VFFN P-ng.. .- 4:-www-1. TeaQffifrw..: .sf-swrwqf Y- '-f""1'.FI'T'F dw , Q,-"arf lhylr- :::::1i':vg4 uw- , .- : , Jaw, .,..L,,,,,gLJQfx,e...4.2a:4 Y ,fx 1, , y , ii - 4 if l l r- EE li? IE Nineteenth '- c e n t u ry Brazilian Imperial palace . . . famous Sugar Loaf mountain . . . Jockey Club . . . all were ready game for FDR cameras. 48 Bl' rf if! b Everyone, but EVERYONE went to Copocobono . . . strolled down the long, curving ovenue . . . enjoyed the superb scenery . . . the voluptuous symmetry of the mountains . . . the gentle unduloting slope os sond merges with seo. We all agreed that Rio was something to write home about A , o , - '---F - 4-'gras av ,':i':,-1-4-1 ',-1 .ze naman '-J:-gse.,15v ff-f:ys,.e.f-1 :ef--fm-:S mer: z'.,,,g.,. K: arae-',z::.: aa...1iH-Le 7 ' 'J ' ' "" fiat-Q':i,Qga?iff.fj.afmig3+f-Lw+-- - , -W 1373 W -' - Dem ' 4 We casually look fo 'r t h e nearest museum, as we are most, interested in historical sites and l o c a l landmarks, I n this pietufe, M o in , w e a 1' e searching fo r a branch of an an- cient scholastic off def called casa de s o m et h i n g o 1' other," which we discovered quite hy accident, while on liberty in Pans alma., Bat that, Mom, is another stom, cf . , ,,,e.e,,.T,,, -- v . K . -. -1. 'rsr- -,...,... N- ,.,.,,,a aefdfa-e.a..' A, .5 if ----N-Q--:P 1 .ve-wwf-eff-x '.1-v-1-122:-www-:':: A... , , A ,Ne ,..-.- ,ina f,,,.nqar4f.., Here are a few pictures of as taken on liberty in Rio de Janeiro, Momp We thought you might like to know how we're spending our time in Brazil. Before we leave the ship, we get that fmal cheeh-over from the J. O, O. D. He is -any anxious that we always look ow neatest and personally insures that our appearance is ship-shapes, We tip him two bits and shove off. The girls here are always chasing after us, Mom. But they don't bother use We ignore them, Mom. 'Cause we have better things to do. The young lady in this pic- ture is a wealthy society matron, a Vassar graduate, who invited us to her home for tea, We refused, naturally. That sort of thing just isn't done on such short acquaintance. ' :- A e eeiifee feeee feeefe Meeep ffwfw ee feewe ee weeee Ee ,feeeefeo Beeewee we ewe eeeff fe eeeeefeeegge yew Afweye flee weffiiwgfy eeel fvejefefifyo Ie fwee we eee eeeww QM? fee efaeee Uwee eeeweifwf feeef eeeee we yew, Tfvef eeieeelefe, fzifffe ewewgee ie fee eeek ewwel eefeee fee e few eewieeeee ei fw flees fefiefwfe wee Seeeze is e fveefeea eeewef jefaefeggeefefwe wzeeflef ewel Ieee e ewew wwiewo We ef eeweeeg eeefe fe fee efwfeg Memo eeefwge efeeeeeeo fieee we wfewfe eff? ew e few eeeefee eewee eeel eweffe, Zeefb, faefug ffwef eeewif fee ewew eee eiwiwfz efeey feeee eeeewe O We eiielwgf efeewei evwee eeefeey Bee, Meme, fee? fee Qifffe fefewwfee ef Life eeeww we ewefe efaefeo ' wee e ffeefe Qefee Memo If efeewe e few ef ewe feiewele eeeeeffwg we eeek ee fee efaefeo .Sewfle A ezfe wefaee yew e weew ef fifweeg ew? ewf fee .SPS feeewee fee Sefifeee Jlgefef effe efweye wiffiwgg fe e y e feffo WeZZZZ9 Qfeeffe eff fee e wew, Memo Wegff ew eeeZZ e o Yewfi Eeefw eeye, Seweefey ewel Dew 2' 'rl f2....,-.zs...5,:'- p 1.4. -au -N' L.. ,,,'4 - '-'--2111. .... . '1 V.. L. 1 ' , .Z ' ' ' - r. V r- r - -- - . - - - - -- -rf: :azz -f--- 1 ,::::-::a::r:. Jafar: --gg,-,Q-...:.1:'4:g. .ET-'-I '..---0-.......,::.::x:xr'1?-2e.,1r.n-H51111-:,,,.::LL:- -.-f--F--v-A m asraw. 3--igiili-fll?12TS.l'lfaSfm.1 .ligzgyaalirn-V..esam:52:sL'LQ"-,,.-ff.3- nze1.m.,.l.....1. - -......., --L t ed was the greatest . . . not only in Rio, but Kidding aside, the hospitality we encoun er I H I everywhere . . . and we realized our important responglbilllgy tto :5hiOlfldSg?1.daNl'LIdmtfJ volgrseiges . . . for we were the U.S.A .... folks judged our country Y W 0 W Xom, -Q-,M 52 One of the events we enjoyed most was . . . of all things . . . a goat-fry sponsored by the Brazilian Navy . . . real good eating . . . . . and we formed some lasting friendships. 1"-'S-M----.-...fflfx--V....1..,. m-11.........1s.ris..........,.,,,:.-...-., Y . J., ,W Those few days were one endless celebra- tion . . . lots of parties . . . Brazilian gals were lknockouts . . . and we found that lan- guage barriers weren't as impossible as they'd seemed r i --.-....i ' , , . - Y -Y-rrp-. . es-s--,..,.,-.,w-4.....z.- 2:0-..,,, fied - 1. , , , ,,. -.,,, .,..,, . .... .. Y, We . L. ' The interest Brazilians took in the FDR was awesome and flat- tering . . . visitors lined up for miles . . . waited hours to come aboard. A continuous stream of liberty boats accommodated only a fraction of our guests. Ferry boats . . . pressed into service . . . lightened the load . . . brought additional thousands aboard. 1 E:miie-:d.'Zffisiizzsiasse G1"it"' i":1Q11145::5:2ii4S29 121a:q::f:11:E?33svi- Q2":5aS:-'v'7.QL' "Mg :1i5,2:,,.L.L:i.-.. :g,..::',g,5-,,1:3:Ai:.".!i,:,f"E'Q,5?f'E1::rL5s:x:..:::.u:-...M .Ji ,.,..-.:'7u: ,..-.....fL2,..-...,. , l i il l l from SA to Captain . . . a proud ringmoster- il' For'-fgur days, FDR' was a floating carnival . . . and every man . l l l l 1 lm ll l l el Fl FE 'I li ffzfyvlk I 4 M5352 . F I! Rio's unforgettable sky-line faded from view . . . it was over all too quidkly . . . yet if WGS good to be under way again . . . for we were on that last wonderful lap . . . home to 54 1-:zz-1, g,,g"'-:54,,.M..f:-f1r,u...Q:urs-1:--5:L.Q::r:-e-a....-,g,w-.. ,.,,- , -,1,:.u,v-Nmiof.-.1, . -:.....f.f-V f.,-, , ze : 'A' ' "' r- ' """" ' ' ' "'-'-- """'A- """""i+----iff'-. A34:-rf--11:54-f..c:':':2..::f'...,.,s,-.....e::-.:,.,..,..f,......,- ,ac V ,Y , , , , ,. 1. . - Tw- ,gg-4-'-,-, ' -A .np ' - -- ' f- '-f V ru- - rf-,--V V nf. 'aff-:'-71'-'L-w,..u-:-reg-N -F':"?fF522 .. . r .. '12-'YF' ., : .x, 1, , ,,,, . , :S-, -51: 4rY."'.', '- , . ---- 1-1, wxasi'-, E??WfT"F 'flS1'3?'zE-"' J ,Esau Lb Qty ffl S 1 I .f""',' ,r Tf 5 .. C, 9 "' ,f - Qjfwivwffffzj Mayport V 1 ,w ,,- QQQL, 'N - .... 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Destination: Cuba. Mis- sion: To turn a big ship intota powerful weapon . . . a carrier into an aircraft carrier . . . eight weeks of hard' work lay ahead. i -1, A maze of planes replaced automobiles on the hangar deck . . . our main batterY WGS Oboafd' Gt last' ' ,r 45. After 'almost 5 months in commission . . . FDR was finally put to the use a lady of her stature deserved . . . to carry, launch, and recover aircraft . . . a swift, devastating, mobile fighting arm of the world's greatest fleet. ' Planes are wheeled out of han- gar deck onto one of 3 huge ele- vators- . . sped topside . . . and spotted around the 974 foot-long flight deck . . . pilots climb aboard . . . crew hooks 'er up, puts tension on catapult . . . then the big moment . . . Catapult officer signals "two finger turn- up" . . . instructing pilot to give plane 100 per cent power . . . off they go! . . . two VF l7l jets leave port and starboard cata- pults only seconds, apart . . . a ,picture of precision . . . screen in foreground protects against hot jet blast. .- is ff, f 4 Xzffvgkgggfzgf . CZ 7 ,5-V r,,f5,g4iwf:03j'gw,f5', - fe c'74+-fs -X f ' 1' fs is fsf igfs-47s ,, cps f ' lf sf N 'M . , , , q..f,5V Y Jet take-offs concluded . . . further oft on flight deck propeller-type planes ore sent olo'f'r . . . AD at upper right has just received "go" signal. 1 a N ,ir V--..... V- ..,, I, ., -. ..,. a.4u,.4q,. ..... , -, -,v- . ...,. L, . V -., - , L .. .... 1 'W 'vim-,:::,:::--,.::: m- ,M -gqw: ---2.:,m.::.:::::g- 4:-f ..4:u11--T '::. 1m.M-"- gg- ..-.,..g-..4.a:g.. .nzuvg-,Q .QW V gn"l:'.:.tQniT-?2?i-IAYQB' sam:m-viI",::.g'...".55g5f:f:i--f2.5f:'...'A4'. er-Mhz"-A ""t:gE41 L 'VI' -:::5Iz2'f:,.iE,E1f: r:::::5uZE!.E?5r1:r,:igjf51325:::: 1 plctu re status displayed. ns a nerve the ' -N -+ ig S ,Q s,sui:'iji' ,Y,, s ,wr j :zf.,.f.,.-N. '. ,I uri.-'rust , . 1 1 "Vow Commence recoveries . . . control approach d i recto r crew clocks speed of in-coming air- craft . . . if it's too fast, plane gets wave off from Landing Signal Officer, stationed on flight deck, . . . has to come around again ,... Air Officer supervises operation . . . and gets plenty of assists from ever-present kibitz- ers high up in vultures row. Net result: Jet comes in for perfect landing mirror in left foreground helps pilot make approach 1 l -Lf.....,.,,,,,,4,33--M,,,,,,,g,1,g,f-yV1.-v.. ls, ,V f y- . . .. , - - - ' -- --- ,, S , , ---v"2f:m::::g2-::z::::::::E5SgifgpL3g2:Fazs:sz5fJ:L:i:f3533521-111-2.35 Nami? r ::::,:1:mf'5i ::::i:l:::f.:f21-1.:i::.::E525:EE' ::::.::5:::11:i:...Lssru'- :J---41 zwZ'.i::f3- l 1,1 ,f1 1 l . l I T ,1 4 i! ll 1 i 1 t 1 l 1 1 1 1 I .J P-.um -1-f...,.-.:..4L-.1f1v--.... .try .....-::::11efH---- -V , . , -LJQ ., -.. . -V B h d . O Ch drops hook lgnds hook immediately engages arresting gear wire . . . stopping plane. ans ee, uring appr a , - - - - ' ' Al , m., This one dicln't make it! . . . F2H misses landing after overshooting restraining wires . . ,pilot must jam throttle forward . . . kick plane to full speed . . . go up, circle back . . . and try once more. eww WWW l 1 1 ll i l V sf , '-" 'fir' 'fl' 1 s f r lsci f 7 mff-fwwfzd-f -Ms, fysffrf-.fwlffdftkzsf f f, M- -WJ, f 1 ,M-71--+1 H , . ,V ., .f 1 ,..1 fv f'7'5L, M-of f ",,' fxfv. '- 'fs fM'f "Q 1 0 'f.' ' . f. ,. 1 f DN! ' 1 P ' f -ff' f ff'ff, -f, " ""V3KSf4 nf ' ' 1' J 1 fr s After recovery . . . AD' taxies 1' Q fe-Z g p 1 1 f Q forward for stowage . . . flight K 1 1 l g , deck crew, crossin deck will 1 +1 1 Z 4 . I I 5 , ,g h yn-W x , fi lace restrainin chocks under 1 F 1 . . ffffmlfnmf f I is plane s wheels the instant engines if 1 A if K ,1 M are shut off. .1 I 11 . V .fWw..,, 1 ,, . , 'r 1 I - 2? I -, X, if 1 h I fi I f p 4 i gi 1 1 f- 4 t 1 .B I K, ly ff , I 'A 5 L 1 . ,,,,, ' V- fl 1 l 1 1 g V 66 f 'bf 1 l ,fgf 1 1, we A I, Y jfilfif 1-2 .A 'ff f ff s - f 4? , , :::::1rifiWEI5E553E 1 -... utr:-'-: -i.'.-1-571:-.-, ET: l .,,. -... .,. 3 1 S J 1 1 5 4 i, 1 1 l ng,-. of 4 i s l The end of a weary day . . . we had lots of them . . . but they were i highly profitable . . . we qualified eleven squadrons . . . had 2,800 suc- cessful recoveries . . . no accidents . . . proof that our air department il is one of the Navy's finest . . . proof that the angled' flight deck . . . enabling planes to land and take-off simultaneously . . . is a rnust for future carriers. xii 37 l l l l l 9f'.?if1fE-'SfIF':1::.tif,-:lin in-i'TE'.E-za-154-,gr -gel.:-fz'f',.s-Vffm--.1 -T---1-:V 2,--V.-1.-Y .1 ,,,., ,- I 'L-I'::-:---3,51-If-Z' 5.33:-25:-23-5.39-IV:-ig.-gg1g?,Zgf-iff-53gif:gf-,ii.g.g.g.3:gI-, iq-73.3.52'za-g.gIi2i:??r:ffF 14 g5,g-ffrfiiqr. .:rm.s1symiuzfr5z',52:11 'mms -1.1: .-m1.,,..- .,.., . , A - J . went eamwazk, final l l l '4 l fi The Cuban tour was an all-hands show . . . every department turned-to vigorously . . . all preparing for operational readiness inspections. A dl 'th a heav work schedule . 1 . staged an amaz- Our Gunnerypdepartment improved rapi y .wi y ing firing display on the big day: . . . five sleeves downed in eight volleys. 'Illia i 1 l l l Simplified, this is how we shoot lll our guns: Director crew fixes sights on target . . . transmits signal to y sector control . . . it relays to Gun- L nery Officer ,who co-ordinates all lr information . . . then issues firing l Q orders . , . sector control gives com- l mand to director . . . director sends it to mount . . . both press firing c 3 keys, and then . . . l Ll ,l l l l i 722 zamf Ten lgige five inch guns, eleven three inchers . . . o lot of noise . . . ond o lot of punch fj?f'Et'L':l.f4 l'.'L'.'."-'7 ::.:.'.: - .w...A...,,. fa-:Ln swf" .4.,.a-L 3 zf- f ls. -...-4... pn dv,- av 4 ffh l QPU ? Q H Er? 1 Za? H W, I 2m ' .- 1 QM f ,,,,, A f'51:? i'f2 I .1 4g,lf,.,-nf Q, ,M-1-4, ,W-uw" W N W X4,f-"f2W- ' ' M ...H ,srww , . f W. ,A " K fx X ,.,1,--, N K-iw M.,we1Q?fT WW , N ,., X,..,Mg.,42f,,,,,y5w.., . .WV 'bv-f, fm, Wm, . ,b. w Q5 W -Y-sv" ,-4'-a,fVf',:i'-Qw wfsyw. ,wwf ini- P -x 'Q ,u ,Mix '29 A6 S xii L , -4 -.. fi' 12" H -hgh ,Aww Wfrfwl-vw-'Mff' WNMW J Wy ,wk '- 5, s .Sify-1 1"-h :arm my , .A .hm ' f,, -ii W 3,--.f 1 i az .fdlde gfaalfiew Refueling ot seo . . . exciting os it is picturesque . . . on often- repeoted operotion during these eight weeks ,... second ond third divisions copped fine over oll performance during opero- tionol reodiness inspections: de- stroyer Iost Iood while fueling . . . begon to swing toword FDR . . . fost, odept hose-hondling enobled the two ships to cleor quickly . . . won high proise from the Coptoin. fn- ff. kfy, UL., ,.,.,',4,, fy iff -Y 2217 .. 4 ,i 4542- W We Q :aff 1 f f , ffm W Rf! fm f Q iff? 'X of ff-f.-,,f-1 ,L , ,, .7 f ..,. . f ., fi 0f f,:,ff'9f- ' rf ,x f ,X f - 0 4 ff ,- ,fy f ' f-lhsf V 5 nf , , .1-, ,, , f V v 1 f 4 X 1 f , f ff, X, f X X I I fky, I , 1 fi, 2' X-f'-pm. 4 - .ysffx P Then we spent a weekend in Haiti I PG' ag +5 e ggi? Q I ' 1.821 I J H - SE'-793 X x K ff'-X ' .1115 7 Q-,L SJ. vffzzfh 42 Fl 'wif 5399? wt Q! -..---" 1371 5 A 2? . . 1 A weekend in Port au Prince, Haiti, helped break up the routine of Cuban operations. Reception committee . . . young- sters offering to dive for coins had . . . to put it mildly. . . a flamboyant command of the English language . . . entertained the duty section . . . and picked up lots of loose change . . . wet but plenty negotiable. Q: -i "FTF I 17-1.1-xv. 1131, -,-ww A -,fqvvh V l 1 , l l ff ,N ,V High points for tourists . . . Port-au-Prince open market . . . colorful native shopping center.. . N. L . and, for relaxation . . . the lavish pool at Hotel Riviera. , ,V '-pgimaf a... ee:-fqvlxa, , : A V xg f 3 ..,,,,,,,WA.v..vf.M, W, Q f, 75 ?.'F'qEFPr:::.-:sfiff ,V T, WJ, A -, ,. fu-1?5ws:f.,f'r' Q Shoppers went for perfume bargains but salesladles like this made it tough to concentrate on the product. Crew was strong on mahogany . . . local knick-knacks . . . food buys . . . but vermin resided in some of the poorer-quality souve- nirs . . . wouldn't leave homes . . . even for the U.S. Navy . . . and forced Medical De- partment to issue "over-the-side" edict on bongo drums and other questionable items in post-Haitian de-Iousing campaign. Bongo connoisseur Marine Captain David Finne summed up the reaction. Said he, "feeling is running high about this matter." Captain Thomas W. Hop'kins, USN relieved Captain John T. Hayward, USN, as commanding officer on l October, l956. Captain Hayward was unable to attend impressive flight deck cere- monies . . . but visited ship on return to Florida . . . picked up Rear AdmiraI's cap promised him by CPO's. Captain Hopkins guided us through our'final . . . and toughest . . . weeks of Cuban duty . . . on l8 October all departments ,passed operational readiness inspections . . . then we headed for Mayport . . N. and a well-deserved rest. b6und1.fQrVhQmeg 7 A ' '. f'Q Cifferiwe Ieff 'fhef feeIAin,g applied' h ere,to o .A A i ' 2 1 i s ,3 1 f 5 A 1 b 2 4 1, 1 L u :N Q, 1' X l ,ffvf5-Brian JEFF!"-fFr-:1:1:?:':?, 1-25-1:1, Q',AA+2vx1'r4-,,1'f W-"'rv'f'r1.x:vv1:rww1'mf'-'-'-ff -' l l So far, we've reviewed the high points in our life aboard the FDR . . . l but years from now . . . it's the every-day occurrences we'lI remember most . . . here then, are the D REVEILLE l A tame that occurs moments after taps you close your eyes and wont to pretend It S all a bad dream at can t be morning already all around you groggy ship mates and muttered oaths finally you throw off the warm covers shudder and lower your feet slowly towards the cold deck My ameala We '66 ll vl if ,::55,5'f1,-,fffnfn ff f . 1 I . , . . - . in . . . I I l ,. l i l eaez waged MAIL A little piece of home in an en- velope . . . only the serviceman knows its priceless value . l . you ease oft into your private corner . . . alone to share a delicious moment with only that certain someone many miles away. l CHOW Those chow lines . . . stretching on endlessly it seems, especially when you're at the end . . . the smells drifting up the ladder . . . the hot tray from the scul- lery . . . the big pans of food . . . as- sembly line eating . . . solution for 3,000 healthy appetites. - 2! A .Jummzwsm1:afzz3sszamasGes:i:E ,. r-Q.-fag.-. f 9g,,Ql.,5.-5.-iggagaggg-,,mmm,,g5g LIBERTY First boat ashore! Your 974- foot island expands into a moss of land stretching as far as the eye can see . . . that tugging feeling of anticipation as the boat nears shore . . . a new world waiting for you . . . and a few precious hours to discover and explore it. 1 l X 'ey Q 1' 2 5 I , A HM I x. XX M1744 A x f,.j,f1 N ' I ., 1. im. My W Q.: 1 tl. , it L- f n A K ll "' 1 A HOLIDAY ROUTINE i The boatswain's mate awakens you to tell you that you can sleep in . . . it's a day to catch up . . . write letters, play cards, and develop a 3 good case of bedsores. ji N PAYDAY A moment you wish occurred' more often than just twice a month . . . pleasure trans- lated onto little pieces of paper . . . wine, women and song, sightseeing, shopping, or just plain saving . . . plenty of .places to spend that Yankee dollar . . . and not nearly enough dollars to go around . , NC' ' . , -4 . , 1 :rr-rg gg ..,, .5 'r:"':w-rn--. ,g-5:""j,. - ,w'r"'..Y.:g?:.'r1?'1ftt': H1151-Z-72121 vuslllli-W 5..Ei1f3Il1illl::!EEn".3"5l:::h:el1.5l5EllI?E::5dx?Taw:12f'fa1 15 . . f77EE:.f1::r:.l::.s5: ::::f1.is'1: 4:15215-1: :'.-.- ' '.'.- 1J,m4.,-:.y4g4.:,:.- . 44.4 L , . ....,T3r.. -,,..,.,...... ? f 'af ff , If Q Q :ma , 7 ff. gm' -N X W 5 A M q 1 7 + 2, Y , MQ ff w ,NWA ,Q-uv ,IW , 1, 1A , f-Q, ,, 7i,,w45f? . 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Q wwiko cfM1it6JyQwc61?Hci1 O Q O 't l mifcfnmilw QM wean-ii' Q6 wma iflhdrmgq WJUSSUIEJQC, MUIDWATFCQFHJ Tim 24563 I G mmEm ieQs Q5 Ulm day O Q mmdmmiias Q6 cfikqwik i1QmQIilmmQss 0 0 0 iifimca ffm? Ihciaif cfimcil Qfmdmnr QIQGIIQQQGEKQJM 0 CQIQGHED ifiFJiM9JlAFWif 'WD QCQUWQ MQ mimi Enefceibilcgmm Q6 QHH2 WIHIQW gram O13 bca ffcfnmQmmv wAmm WS SLTUUU 11993 smBQifniP?W A li K f, 1--nulQ"""""'-'ag ' .?2fsx,1 .i .f--.-. ,wvv ,f 1 1 3 . . INSPECTION Saturday morning line up flood lights courtesy old 'iol comments courtesy the skipper you break out that carefully preserved special uniform shave extra close shine your shoes to agonizing bright ness and then brother you pray for rain CHURCH CALL On time every week devoted to the Power so evident to men of the sea . . . Sunday morning . . . only symbol ever flown above the stars and stripes ...the flag of the Church. . .a red cross on a field of white ,... the long, clear peal of the bell calling you to hymns, and quiet, and consolation. New FDR is not yet one year old, but she already has all the markings of an institution . . . objects and incidents have become treasured legends . . . legends which we . . . for the first time . . . share with the world as we pay tribute to we l mddzfdam A A Nr K X X54 3 ---...L "iq X 1 l x Q l' v -v,,..- 'L ,I X: 21 L: Q - ,K ir. , f gf ,f -.5 D V I fx, x 'Wim ., ,fa-",N ! wfy..,, .....,....-A f' , f 2 . li ,-4 P46014 we A It happened in Rio . . . Captain 1 Hayward caught Marine sentries l sneaking a palm tree into his quar- ters . . . So be it decreed the good Captain lwith the wisdom of Solomon? you sentries will tend this palm tree . . . an if it dies three days bread and water for each of youll . . . needless to say the palm tree did nicely . . . Cap- tain later relented . . . bought wat- ering can and joined in palms l careful upkeep . . . graciously de- clined donning bathrobe for cruise- l book picture. A 14 Ween lack Hot muggy Cuban weather . . . l and the Captain promptly author- C i ized a revolutionary new look in nautical garb . . . boatswain poses shyly . . . if only John Paul Jones could see us now! v E "-' 5 11. -::amgvrg"1::1:::,... .Q .mlpge-e-. .'.:f- ...:g- ..,'-k-.::.::--,...:.:L3- rg-J.. . g ,: . g-- V. ,v-. rn,-:wg f :. .Lf .-..3:..,.1T,.V .:,,,.,,,L:7,,.,,?,-M HN.. W N- . -. , - Y f .,...:-:-1-' .- 1:-:--t-,:.:.-1--. 1. gg-:.,:.::g cr: :.:.,-.:,g, .Yx-,gg f:z::1E-H:-1-1:-g:::f,,.:-rf-,-,:.::1--"t::gp.L:-:sy :rp 1-Llzrz, r-:11:f-c.'g3,,::..:g::vzrmgm .4-1:1-Erwrfffz-1." ' '- '--- '4--- - -N ' v-- v -f ---- .v - --...rm 11.-1:-91:1-g 5 ,..::1::': U--:::':g:,..:::::-fl The ship's laundry . . . one of the FDR's hardest working A E outfits . . . as always, comes in for a healthy share of ribbing, I 57 f gf E 0'f+X'x9 X- - EJ? - 2 W 9 -f Nw film x..J3'Zf wz0w+' e 400 xx 40 Q 656+ wHf" eva 29 ff Q Lp.U CUM Reixencu. FDR mmf: ' Mo?,Y55z-,.., N alia lf! Lmeeuf f- 'N ooonAxf'1r'1l ' S'TEf:Egla':E"'::g h . 1-K sock x.oseR '7 A- e l aa e fx JE' lel , fx A x 'I . 1 I ji? ff' AX ., Q fu Q L t f+""'f5S.'f"""" If x7-f fwm f . Qf T5 xl lf ' 'Y - 7 ' 410 k h oooo i Q M 'mf X-'fhx ff"'mfy""'xNx 5 BUTTON MASHEPN I-EFT SLEEVE 5 f I-I CLOTHES MIS OPLTEPN ex if -S fe la? F4225 ff 5556? N X 'fyjmme Bm ff Q Ffffijb Q WWTSQQ5, 0 , as X7 xii? 6' 'iff In 9 JJ L on P I ' 3' WH g,..fQ., L Q ,sf -E'-N Wiqeteuaaa I I LTJG Michael Hunt is non- existant . . . yet everyone has a bit of Mike in him. . .a yard worker in the Bremerton shipyard left his helmet aboard . . . an the helmet, his name: Michael Hunt . . . add that to the confusion and tu- mult of the first few weeks aboard ship and you have the conditions that inspired the birth of the FDR's own little man who wasn't there. Mike caught on quickly . . . his duties and where- abouts became part of the es- sential information watch of- ficers solemnly relayed to one another . . . and Mike was a busy guy . . . one day he was setting up pins in the shaft alleys . . . the next he was collecting starboard lists for DC. central . . . Mike was placed in charge of other fas- cinating projects . . . stretch- ing battle helmets . . . inven- torying brussel sprouts in the wardroom . . . bore sighting 45's in the armory. ln port, Mike was especially active . . . many the South American senorita who came aboard searching for him . . . a real lady killer, Mike, . . . especially notable in view of the fact that Mike spent the great majority of his in-port time aboard ship . . . stand- ing by for his buddies. After the Gitmo cruise LTJG Hunt received his great- est honor: qualification as SOPA: senior officer present awake, got his first decoration to boot: membership in the Ancient Order of the Flying Wedge, an accomplishment which prompted the FDR's ranking military decorations expert, Marine Captain David Firtne, to murmur thought- fully, "feeling is running high about this matter." VJIJQQ ' 1"1".r::::?E51::--1 - -f:::'r'-1w: - ---....-.,..--51-v-t--. ,wfrzf ....,,. Y. -. - '---i.,.,.::r:-'- -:i -v..:::-zz-1---.wiv " ' ' -T ' 753151 En'-L L., - '-- '- l l l i j , ll ll il ii l Ml i i l i l l 4 I l l i j. l .ji l :li 1 l1 2 T. 4 Za . l 'il li fl . j . j 1 li ,l l ill j . Q: li ,i 2 li? ll ' it lla ll iii ll: j 92 i i i i 77Zeez' 'Me mdae Zane ' This cruise book is an experiment. We've gone off the beaten path. We hope we didn't get lost in a briar patch. We tried to judge our con- tents by this question: "Ten years from now, when l think about my days' on the FDR, what'll l want most to remember?" This has led to some features we think a bit unusual for a cruise book . . . "Dear Mom," "Plan of the Day," many of the cartoons, "Moments we'lI never forget," "Ship's traditions," and others. ln short, we've tried to "humanize" the cruise book, to reflect on paper what goes on aboard a happy ship. The book was a group effort. But it had its key men. Wilford King, QMl, was a right arm and a half. He performed with skill and eagerness on every phase of the operation. Tom Douglas, YNl, whohhandled the hectic job of scheduling cruise book pictures and compiling division infor- mation, came through admirably. Sam Alexander, AG3, did some out- standing cartoon work . . . we all predict big things for this boy. LT. Claude Giles was our combination business manager, adviser, father-con- fessor, and trouble shooter. He gave us that mellow, steadying touch. And then, of course, there was LTJG Michael J. Hunt who filled the all-important slot of "Editor in charge of numbering pages." He was a source of inspiration to us all. There were many others in our cruise book family. The photographers, the sales force, the copyreaders. And l know they're all with me in hoping you enjoy this book as much as we enjoyed putting it together for you. And we had a ball. Pete Langer, LTJG, USN Cruise Book Editor 35 - - - - - .. 1- 1 -- --Y .1 -.a-- . ..,..4,f,,. ----,L , . , - - -r f - . - . .-:--- v ,. . " I n ': ----':. '.' - -- azififggu' :-.- -i1'frv.-.-5.17 "LSQNSQ Li AE i deff, . . I E l i . i , i V, 1 f l if 5 wiv ,l - l l A Wilford King lat left? and Torn Douglas . . Assistant Editors l l 2 , , ,Kg if i f iiiiiiss . , ., ,, i td nj' Hu Cl , 51715, g I ff ,fe og X , fs,-,wi',"'7ffar-im fi . - Q A QI' f AM ". 1 ' mfr, , H ,A 2, ,,,, M, ,1 ' f ' ww. 1 f :vw J" t f-+1f,,iT 'J , .7 ' f1"fms:Ii'QZg'v ' A rod 'lf' 1 , I A ,lv dig I I N V ,A z i lil! ' 'A ' ' 1 A 1 , ,J . ' g K " rv 'f , . M if,:2miL- ff.- , . , 'Xe , W xi sf Lt. Claude Giles . . . Business Manager, Adviser, Father Confessor, Trouble Shooter Sam Alexander . . . Cartoonist De Luxe 93 i We gg .fm . . . V Vw... .... - --...--A --,Q -Q. -----H -...H . ,. ' ::-Sv 'Wil2:5525i?Z1ny:::Fi!iF"-'qigxfmflfsgf-'552311:1?LEEEf?5S:1:.:1:s1f4'A v---fr---fwrr11-fggzr-,g:::.::155gnEE23'.iip'::u1ij:"'igeg-wr-ffvsss-geemwmv-vggzrzf:ev-4-.sift-mf,:-1::w,,E:ef--.Tv-.env,Uf.w...e:.:--2-.Q.::r,,.,,Q1-.-l..5m-1: ,wei- , --W fr ' fag: 1.2 ,H , . .. gm. :T - --rx: '-523131-Hz:-new ,. rv., A tribute to the ships photographers . . . long hours of hard work - . . . patience and performance in meeting a demanding schedule . . . l 1 , . 6 those were the factors behind the excellent pictures they contributed to i this cruise book. l A 3 f ' wifi l Us 'Q ' ' Q , ,.--3 R eff . If X -, X- X 5 , ' , ig: k4rL k V1 5- 4. 'iii' 1' - 1 Q M' it -f' it i f ii . ii, ,,,g,. I' I e , S,-Q A L-, j ' . I Miglgailisrsiu ' N' CARL HEl"TON'SN ,fzj i A 'T 1 icon 1 S 31 V 1' t sf 38 0. -7 I 5,34 V Q l me Dame Rov BARNETT. SN Tffgagipfteeary F i , 4 -r WW, , v., 1 K , I ' gl I lfx yj , it by znuurib J. cnmoom ' P V 'Q P - . ,y s ' , cus. p c Roaent COVlNGTON.SN :rs it i i K 4 ' f 5 ,i l S :Q i f 1 Q 3 I I i V 1 X 'l Gai K l "l 5 If N i LLOYD AVERY, SA N r I ' F- ' f in I fhfifu A ' Y i 4 I , , . ,fl 't"ZJs,ZI,'iW 1 Y DONALD ALBERTAA i fa AL GRMALBA JR.sA , Y' 4 f' ' 2 ' MARco Biu.ANTE ' , I sy X " A la i It I PJ g .. lilfill. - lun-HJ. I M 0 l tl i l E PH 3 i g i Hou? zZEifTZMAN.SN f I Mi Q AVERY CHURCH PH3 . , fy E , W K I g i bf' X I Ak jr L ,h I . I . 1 I. ei M X fl , rf., V 5 PAUL R.LANIUS.QMC ' J r A A J 'lfif " AW ' Q 'f W , ., . , f . f - 2 Q 1, 'MQ ' 4 r ., wNSQm. I J A, 3 i ii- f , 'X 1 2 i 2 curbs Lowe SN M y l. Q , ' 1 3 ,rw QI A g i W .ri N i, ,lf 2 Q M, . r' ' fOTTO NEUBAUER,SN V 1 nl I I rf xl ' u . ,Q 5 ,, i i X 2 Ig , up l s1'Aui.:JcpgT5RsJ 'if' N if l l Q , , . . , If ,, 'T' -3 i , I -- ifnjjfixl m i ff N , ,s ' 2 fl I ' ' i LAB "' Qs XZ' ,ff BARNIE PITTMAN SN - ARTIQSIFEATQA wi? wARo HARRISON PH 2 JOE TRASHER Pi-i 3 ZX Q ' I MARVIN KRAS R PHB GALLAGHER TOM BONTE Pi-ll l H Q .ls I ,I V' 5 Q 5 D 2 I QV 1 ' rl x i ' , ' it i t l l ' 5 I NY, . I H ' f n I ,V I, .,f , H .V,i . i V X1 4 gm k X 1 i f A, .1 V R h I in " Y L .. 1 1 l . I f 'A Q 3 6' f' . I 5 . X Y if " ' 1 " H Jim ' l 94 ll ll un I I I n Ill lllll lllllllllllll lllllllllllllllllllllllllll I llllllllllllllllllfl 'itlll llllll K' 1 NX N, ""'2. Another group that contributed greatly to the crew's entertainment . . . staff of semi-monthly newspaper "Press-idential' '... Editor Ivan I McAtee, JOSN, mulls over layout problems . . . we know just how you feel, Mac. A Pl 95 f X Stotion WFDR . . . o welcome componion during the lonely oft- hours ot seo . . . brought us lotest recording hits . . . news . . . snoppy potter . . . LTJG Deon Tl'1ie's,Iods built up big following . . . every doy, got scores of record requests ond dedicotions. .Lu - .. , X J, 1 1-fw.WN.,,,.,,1,Q , ff .L l FDR's baseballers had a short and hectic season . . . with the ship constantly on the move, rarely had time to practice . . . they still made ' b l t 5 a respectable showing . . . played a lot of close ones . . . ut os of 8 games. Though there were good reasons tor the Presidents so-so showing, rumors had it that coach "Jolly Abe" Blattman was on his way out . . . would be replaced by Leo Durocher who would come aboard as a BMC and field a winning team . . . the athletic board has admitted offering Durocher two cases ot Hatuey beer a week . . . Durocher could not be ' - l t reached for comment . . . But the FDRS well known basebal exper, Marine Captain David Finne summed it all up concisely. Said he, "Feeling is running high about this matter." ,x, ,. Wi--wffffi... --.s-.,.-...uwL- - -f i Y -vrxylvg ' D ff' iw .-, -aun- f ' g ,....sf: .Ns ....- I f s I 5 'Q ,I swf, ' , A ' A , Q Jffwffw 4 """"'- - , f I ffw,-Y ,,,,,f, g,,,-3 , I ' , fm VW aff' ,fi , , A., W 1 5' f -. .l. 3-,H , .rm DP: 1' Q-ui-an V 'mg f 2. I . ffm l-lbs: ww-.... Y if, . '45, , 'K ' ' f -Q. ' W Af I ,N A ' 1 1 ' , f " " 5 I , , I K7 I7 . E, ' m ' 1 W fl! 5 -f' 1 . ,I f ff 1 f X A ,.,wfvf+, y . , g X M. 1 W- . : .. .n gl, .. .-.. ., .. ,,.. ....-,..-,,,:.,,V J V ....,... ...-T,-....-..... .M ,. , ,. cg... .... . . vw ----- -A-f sr I 11 .-.H f --f - DIVISION f'- I 5? an ,. . .N ..,. A .N ,i . . .. -..-N I , 1 'i .., in kv.. SVP- . , , 1m. --lu gist, Paperwork Palace its functions are numerous and varred er sonnel records, training, ships library public information and relations official correspondence, legal proceedmgs, the print shop just to name a few Other major components of this division are the Master at Arms force, the special services and the Chaplains office -3"F.,..,,f,-M ,ffl 'aff 1 is 1 6 ...ws we LTJG: Bartlett R. W. CWO' Palmer E. D. JOC' Flynn L. P. YNC' King C. S. CWO' Schleiter M. P. PNC' Sheffield J. PNC. if--gyjjv f ,,.. .,.. .. J- -- eff! -L---. We ve run out of ordering formsI" forms or DIVISION ROSTER Kirk Robert H. Byrn William S. Mdktee Ivan E. OBannon George W. Palmer Edward D. Joyce 'Robert S. Gentry Jerry D. Mayfield Joseph A. Higgins Arthur E. Flynn Leo P. Thomas Dwayne A. Perry John R. Schoenleber George L. Robeson John I. Mitchell Lowell T. Ellis Joseph L. Brown Lynn C. Peruche Robert M. Geerhart George R. Duncan James L. Van Cleave Richard C. Conway Charles E. Rosebud Harold C. Smith D. L. Vigil Luciana inl Thomas Wesley C. Jennings, Leon' E., Alder, Roy J., Price, J. W.,,Rose, Jimmy Sheffield Joe inl Couch, Myron L., Buck, Ray A., Jones, Alvin R., Balliwag, Filemon A., Petrie, Bernard J., Wilkinson, Arnold W.,,Johnson,' Andrew E., St. John, Joseph J., Schlueter, Martin P., Wamble, Rex O., Laughlin, William M., Turner, Robert EJ, Leonard, Stanley C., Diplacido, Richard F., Thornton, Walter T., Rodriguez, Salvador G., Waller, William C., Taylor, Thomas E., lbarra, Cecil A., Hickson, David W., Randall, Michael A. Q lv- Y.. ,T , ' A 1 1 N 1 1. i X J l 4 Mc Vey, J. G., LTJG., Hassman, A. U., LT., Massnick, T. P., LTJG., Fernandes, J. E., , , , , , , , , , , , , , ' 'Lf MAA FORCE Ship's policemen . . . charged with keep-ing the seeing that all respect the laws peace . . . necessary in every community . . . directing traffic in pay, chow, and movie lines . . . assur- ing that 3,000 men all headed for the same place get there quickly and safely. 8 .J-I4 N I ra I 'V 5 " 4- T4 , - if . 1 f 1 ,c.c N Y "" X iii' s I I wi-ss X ' . I ri I :Tf,kV,9.Q,'-273' ' I 1 1 . -wx . . . , I .X , . . y, V y . 5 VE? I I V I is ,- ?- v 1. Jxfvfssvypg 'T L g . V Q, 7- if I I I i , . V 5 I . I 4 AVR' V 2 '. 3 ,VM ,,, , Q A ff J 4 , rms? X s R X . H ' s 4 41915 QEHXF ' .5 ' N .1 -1 -ig, I I. if N59 1 I Mm I 1 amy, I I It l . ew' S6 gy Q Q ' 3. E551 Y i M 4 V I iff - X' N S4 -'Lx f- 4 X ,, Q A 5 P'-"Q Q ' Z-.:' ' 1' 4 ff " A -' g 1 fb' I W1 Q' Q! DIVISION ROSTER Lewis, James K., Brianas, Robert G., Keen, Kermit ini, Garcia, Jose lnl, Harris, Earl C., Massie, John W., Ferguson, ' ' J. L ks'ch, John R., Woodard, Nuborn O., Shelton, Keenis lnl, ekbersold, James ini, Stone, Robert A., DAIESSIO, Edward , u I Thomas W,, Wright, Earle R., Rogers, Marlin P., Johnston, William R., Jr., Crue, George E., Jr., Russell, Grover ' v ---- - -- - K -,J-A, ,,1,L,-...L1,a,!,..E-....Jl.-. as ...+......A.....4--i-- --'T1- - i W, ,,..., - -- - - -.-1-" Chaplain Max G. Beck has become the ship's favorite radio commentator with a nightly news show over the l-MC loudspeaker system. All activity stops as the Chaplain reviews the day's activities - gives us the scoop on things to come COMMANDERS IN FAITH The FDR has two outstanding Chaplains. Spiritual and religious guidance is their primary function . . . but they're constantly contributing that something extra which un- deniably makes them an important part of the crew. A 'X' ' Z 'A nv"'f We're likely to run into Chaplain Phillip P. Shannon's smiling face almost anywhere . . . from the flight deck, to the pump rooms, to the chow lines. He too believes in seeking out the men . . . discussing their joys and their problems. gush 565 till MW any lll rm 1 iii! wir -,ii len iii? i s rf. gial it r 1 me EHEE EHR. H513 salsa! sms 1 x. Igili 2142: my: SHN: l . ,... 555551 T533 :': -1 ni.. Ljii if mm I mi i,.. 233: ffsi' my ' 'ki asm 5:56 Eiff- Q If :!lf?l :Hiv- -uv I wifi ,,.,.,. El 5.,::. elsif 55991 'iiff ..,i , iiii. I I l 1 H zflfl lil? will wi: llii. ...' in V 1 . :,.- ra x-z Agni ful 'ml !::" HE. xl! it-lil :,,:5 fill 'ffl iill' YH is'- iii! ui' in 'Sql Gu Ei!- A fel 'aff 1. ll' ill? :1 :ll 'N :gf lgil gl 515 S liz 11: :rl all 'iw my ill' li .a Ex. il A A 7.-.-:::...e..-4-sq-11.11, . , , , nz .fs-:.-..-. .,.. ,.- ..-, 1 U..--r J- - --.ri , OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT X F i N7 A.. V. fell V Xl 5 7.932 l X Q M ff it J 2 K g 'f,.,,. -,Z Xf A Q! 1 9- all The Operations department collects, evaluates and disseminates combat and operational information and intelligence . . .. also handles. photographic and aerological services, and external com- munications . . . maintains and repairs electronic equipment not assigned to other departments. -lP-- ..,,.,-,..-.,ie.....4....-,.-.,-........- ,- .A . , , , v..-.:.. W, ..,-.....,-- ..- LA , , -,- -e -- --W - , -W f--1 - Y--B-.-H.. e Ti,.,,,,, 7 , --1---il-' ' ' """"'f "M -- ' -- ---fi--. W., . W - --H 'J- r' f --'-. ,- .- .. -. e.. ...HAW-- f.., -,.:g.-g.,!5,,L,g,.-,gq..,..!.1,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, L1 M. , l.-: '1'e-gi,q-gi4a--'- W E - A -- Q DIVISION When Mother Nature kic-ks up a fuss, we .aii'x'3f.f-J DIVISION ROSTER A have a whole division of weather men to act as scapegoats . . . but although they come in for a lot of ribbing, their job is no laugh- ing matter . . . our observers work around the clock to round up and distribute weather data and forecasts . . . vital to sea and flight operations. Giles, Claude F., LT., Peckham, Prescott S., AG3, Walden, Herbert, Jr AG3 Alexander Samuel W., AG3, Holden, Durward B., AGC, Carey, Don W., AN, Czaneckl Richard fn? AN, Curd, Thomas H., AN, MacKemer, Frederick W., AGAN, Smith, Vance R AGAN Cusson, Donald R., AG3, Edmonds, Robert E., AG2, Bragan, Robert W AN Pavone Alexander lnl, AGI. :....A.L. . ' J 49' J YB . Y V -1. "" ff vf'Lff1,..,, ' - - " 4- - . ..- 1' 'E' 'tggissf' A DIVISION ROSTER Arnold ,Howard Wesley, Bacon, Jock Gates, Billings, Edward Anthony, Byrd, Wil- Iiam Henry, Jr., Brovick, Robert Elvin Matthew, Bunch, John Charles, Carter, Cha.les Wesley Pritchett, Castillo, Jasper Vela, Cervenka, Marvin Victor, Christian, Robert Berry, Coleman, Richard Dail, Collier, William Carlston, Jr., Cope, Kenneth Lloyd, Costello, Joseph Louis, Ditlow, Mason Orville, Erdmann, Lee Ed, Estey, John L.-.Yg.4uiuux T lv. . ....- -V--......... 0E Looking at the maze of wires, switches, and dials that make up our radar and communi- cations equipment, you'd think no one could ever learn what they were all for ,... yet OE division not only maintains but also re- DIVISION pairs this complex gear, . . . needless to say ET's are highly skilled technicians, . . val- uables guys to have around. sv , I Grant, Fields, David Dean, Gartley, James Thomas, Greene, Gary Eugene, Hall, Eugene Mallory, Harris, By-ron Coolidge, Sr., Lackey, Ralph Clifford, Laney, Archie Earl, Lantz, James Arthur, Ledet, Ivan Sylvester, Lingenfelter, Delbert Dean, Linschoten, Gerald Van Cott, McGinness, Francis Lane, Murphy, Richard Timothy, Nilsby, Leland Arvid, Oettinger, Robert Edward, Oldaker, Clyde Lee, Ryder, Wayne Cecil, Sarber, Martin Dole, Sem, Gerald Julius, Shannon, James Steve, Spillane, Thomas Francis, Taylor, John Courtenay, Taylor, Norman Stanley, Van Dyck, William Francis, Wiseman, Ralph Stewart, Jr., Wood, Edward Lee. ' ' et11- fan- -unx1I::'1"':1 . .i . E ifri - Y - Y . .I i X .HW is Vw - .. 3 . 4 . X, -ug J, I f---M--ff' T- - f V -.lv-vc. .. .... . :............?....-- .. v. - V L N W it ' ,, "f-pgaqiilf' ' DIVISION The heart of the ship . . . Combat Informa- tion Center.. . . is run by the men of Ol division . . . they collect, display, evaluate and disseminate all tactical information . . . control planes in air defense exercises . . . also assist in navigation and tactical maneu- vers. ' 'f.. 'R f,"j"' f wg P14 I 'J' , f 34. -nu ,,. S, . its - an fx 7, I' 5 Y V . R ...ff , S54 ff I fm., .Maul '-i K Z, 6 U DIVISION ROSTER Watson, Richard L., ENS., Maegli, Richard E., LT., Parker, Edwin J., LCDR., Kingsley, Ralph M., LCDR., Biedebach, Herbert E., LCDR., Bradberry, Gordon D., LCDR., Villanueva, Xavier, LT., Morrissey, Edward H., LTJG., Graham, G. W., RD2, Brown, I. L., RDI, Pendergrass, R., RD3, Smith, R. C., RD3, Ellingsworth J. C. RD3' Combs, D. W., RD3, Kittrell, D. L., RD2, Hill, L. L., RD3, Cleary, J. K.: SN, Gammill, J. E., SN, Power, G. R., RD3, Hendrix, C. P., SN, Gaze, T. A. SN, Stoker, R. C., SN, Boullion, W. J., SA, Sellers, R. Knl, AN, Sroufe, M. C. L...--n-, 1 SA, Lovett, D. Cnl, Jr., SA, Brooke, D. A., SA, Harris, E. L., RD3, Scrafford, D. L. RD2, Dipeppe, A. H., RD3, Merrill, R. W., RD3, Roe, A. P., RDSN, Lowery, J. R. 1 SN, Mangold, R. J., SN, Odell, C. S., SN, Borden, L. B., SN, Goodwin, H. J., AC3, Gautheir, R. J., SA, Seale, G. C., SA, Webb, J. L., Jr., SA, Hickey, J. P., SN, Miller, T. H., SA, Downing, J. W., RDI, Sotkiewicz, J. J., RDI, Seager, J. M. RD2, Welch, G. D., SA, Erlanson, O. H., Jr., SA, Collins, R. H., RDSN, Crowley, J. M., SA, Ristanio, D. T., SA, King, L. J., SA, King, K. B., AC3, Lockhart, B. R. 1 RD2, Robinett, R. F., RD3, Underhill, R. ini, Jr., RD3, Garrison, G. W., RD3, McCassland, R. l., RDSN, Roberts, J. J., SN, Fishburn, F., SN, McConnell, RDI, Jackowski, RD3, Hansford, L. R., Jr., SA, Sandridge, RD3, Sloat, E. B., RD3, Valcho, G. J., RD2, Treadwell, L. A., RD3, Chartier, R. C., SN, Randall, R. C., RD3, Miltz, M. C., RD3, Hadnot, B. lnl, SN, Williams, C. E., SN, Wallington, J. C., AN, Edwards, SA, Roos, J. M., SA, Buller, SA, Grace, D. G., SA, Crawford, A. J., SN. ., .4.-g..u.-.- .....-......- 1 n u-n-P-Us-14 Y 5 M X f 1 C, 1- . -:-:.L::-......v.....- no-9 ..z::r.r:1' 131.5-nn. xne, N-....,:r..,." -.:,...,.....f,g.. ..-- .-,....:.'31ee.1 gn fi' rg .f. si 54 1:51 . 53 B81 l Fl 3 . :vi i,. iii Fifi! fini - 129' " .L ltml ifilll ?!'f'l' "fill l iii P12214 Z 1 ll 'LL :Iliff 1 .. lllfl. ?: il .1 .I img .. .5 31. UF sr- lid 51:53 :mv - 1 x r 3.4. 'll ' 5. Eli 7. 5 1 t I 1 .ill s 1 :M l 'r lf , Zh" fl : IF- - .- -- . - . S, --A I-me--::.....e - 1.1is:7-1-5115?-w?+ 11 ,.'.sg5':.-afsigac-11---nv: A -sw - --VV - ., s . 1 Y 'Q Xl 4 , ' 3 v eff f 4 it sv One of the FD-R's busiest outfits, . . . the photographers are pictorial record keepers for the cruise book, Public ln- formation Office, ship's paper, . . . al- so work at a less-publicized function . . . photographing essential informa- tion on machinery and repairs. op DIVISION IXKFNJQ SS4YWi5XvPN'F2"Z.wx9S'fYN:. SWR: f1w439l'V' A s-N!"-.J 9 -8 X .- .Xie f - 2SYQxxwXvm WW1RGwSNiK r tame. , - N g. A . ,L I -a X N, A , f -- . , . tttrsts. . Q' A A9 Ffig. . kr' i wsSf.S:-Ns QR i A f if -.gf .1 if 1 ritxwsftsfi, it .5 sdfiiii . ' if Xl J g , QXEQSTI i f I 'Qt Sigel,-Q 5 - '. ri J ' 3 i LfQf-ifS5:9f:-- ' A .A Pl 3Qglggiti,'x K X 14 x if Q Q Sf L N 5 DIVISION ROSTER Rotchstein, D. S., LCDR., Thie, D. A., LTJG., Cardoni, E. J., LTJG., Stuart, J. T., PHCWO, SN, Zimmerman, E, R., SN, LaFourcade, E. G., SN, Covington, R. K., SN, Lowe, C, E., SN, Peters, S., lnl, PHC, Lanius, P, R., QMC, Bonte, T. J., PHl, Tooley, J. D., YNl, Gallagher, Howell, B. F., SN, Neubauer, O. G., AN, Pittman, B. A., SN, Zeitzman, R. H., SN, Helton, J. G. PH2' H 'o O. W., PH2, Billante, M. J., PH3, Church, A. G., PH-3, Krasner, M. C. H., SN, Bamett, R. E., SN, Albert, D. L., AA, Avery, L. E., SA, Sweat, A. J., SA. , , urns n, lnl, PH3, Trasher, J. A., PH3, Mayhew, G. G., YN3, Hadley, B. K., YN3, Haslund, L. B., -1' -' -fy 5--E se- -fm We ""' 5' h'V'x jjrf 'Q-ju? ,A 'W f ,:1s... ,A I' A ' , f lT"g!5L A ' Y e e -' W :MM--W--f-'A' ci- . 'U eff Fl A-5-ei. ea ,fee -,:.ff..ffY ., , .,.. ee-- QR DIVISION These are FDR's communicators . . . their post is radio central . . . where all external messages are sent and received . . . OR person- nel also operate FDR's post office . . . making them just about the most popular men aboard. DIVISION ROSTER Johnson Richard C l:NS Hausley John D LTJG Smith Harold D., RMCA5 Stover Charles W RMC Aman Charles G Purcell Donald H Rutkowski, Richard L Ziegler Joseph W Moyer Willis J Sumrall Curtis S Owen, William Jacob Mardney Patrick A Peloquin James Evans Charles R Kinney, John J., Carson Harold E Finnie Jimmie W Grimes David tnl McCulloch Moral D., -Jr? 5 . 35 I A 5 I 1 'S r , D .1 2 1 I , .1 1 I -1 -1 1 1 -1 D 1 -1 1 -1. 1 1 h A -1. 1 1 I 1 1' -1 . . , Martini Bobby L.,' Jackson, Charlie VJ, Williams, Donald R., Boyd, Kenneth M., ' ., fm. 6.1.1. " , Olson, Kenneth B., Denio, James D., Broccoli, Albert J., Galaski, John J., Vallery, Cazel, Thomas R Froitzheim Norman P Whitticar John D Lauraine James V Herman, Perales, Rudolph A., Handy, Robert C., Wood, Glenn L., Overfelt, Ronald Zanca, Frederick P Turner Norman E Barker Terry G Steffen David E L., Harrison, Edward D., Bailey, Archie L., MacFarlane, John A., White, John W., Brennan Donald L Krippendorf August G Spring Kenneth E Tulloss Wayne E Lecuyer, Ernest R., Henry, Marlyn E., Chack, Roger W., Bloomquist, Richard A., Haines, Dann F Manuel, Joseph N., Hoobler, Dale M., Anderson, Richard D., Borowiak, Donald D., Crann, Robert E., Wood, James D., Bengtson, William B., Hanson, Robert E., l Our signal ga-ng handles all vis- ual communications . . . flashing light, semaphore and flaghoist . . . important especially in task force operations . . . when ships operate within a few thousand yards of one another. DIVISION I 1' I . f i , f I 5 ,Q I. eff .,,. . 'ff 5 A ,gf t. I ,mf ,RM I Q.. II Q?" V I . I V I if Y x, Q X , , 3 x I , v 1 Y J ' x r 'Q M , Q, w A , . 4 P I. IW... J ' Xl I , Y 'lf ff f 7 J? in ' T , .f is Y W xx Y x I I - -M .I.,I . XV Z , I- . l - n . 9, i " ' DIVISION ROSTER Kausch, Ralph W., LT., Jones, Leamon H., QMC, Alexander, Robert T., QM3, Maurice G., QM3, Yelmene, R. P., SN, Samrnons, R, A., SN, Cordero, Henry J., Thomas J., SN, Branney, Frederick R., SA, Sharp, Warren C., QM3, Hibert Thomason, Velmer E., SN, Diamond, Ralph H., SA, Blackburn, David N., SN, QM2, Bevins, Steven M., SN, Secary, James, SN, Huggins, James W., SN, Saxon, Thomas ini, SA, Mullett, James E., Sn. Cunningham, Phil, Jr., SN, Christopher, James G., SN, Warren, Melvin, SA, Powers, Gerald P., QM3, Whittleton, Norman, QM3, Dalton, David L., QMS2, Flaherty, sitiilvdiill' .-- -..,...A,,,.. ,.,,,-L,,,,12:,-f- e-5, ff f----f-- - J"-'1' f - Y ' """ m""' """' " ' """ """"' 'i B MA "M X A ,im -I C M :j7g""'-a-.- " 5, , ' ' ' j ' ' 'H' ' I .L-W W - L ...wif-M-.W---me-A-V - U 'F - "TF - . - T7 - - ,L - DIVISION Quartermasters, Inc their duties range from steersman during GQ to checking chronometers from correcting charts and publications to standing Quarterdeck watches . bearing circle, azimuth, Aries, ruffles and flourishes are everyday terms for the Wheels" ,... to them the ship is never just off the coast of Cuba or east of Brazil," they can tell you the exact latitude and' longitude at any time, always, they are concerned with the safe navigation of the ship and the maintenance of the ship s official log. bin! ig ax, gg up S Qi h S as rl" S ' is . 1955 5 J 4 JK Q " If XM . t. I ,F kv SXT '- A 1 .5 v v Mi XV Ci AC YJ Z M QU WW! DIVISION ROSTER Thomson J. AR., CDR., Murphy, F. J., LT., Maata, G. H., LTJG., Brigham, D. C., QMC, King, W. W., QMI, Gates, G. H., QMS2, McDonald L. E., QM2, Patchen, G. E., QM2, Foederer, P. F., QM3, Farrell, T. P., QM3, Atkins, D. C., QM3, Beaumont, S. C., QM3' McCarthy, T. J., QM3, Mungo, R. V., SN, Woods, G. M., SN, Williams, C. L., SN, Sheffield, J. D., SN, Sinclair, W. L., SN, Brown C. R., SN, Porter, J. B., YNSN, Hoffmeyer, L. H., SN, Holdal, G. W., SN, Riedesel, E. E., SN, Crawford, J. D., SN. F 5 - I . Il - - I 1 I - 1 1 ll . 1 I . y A i y Q G5 r 5' I f,,f'Y , k is qt! To 1 I Wm .AK AA .f . 4 35 ' if Y'1- V K X S N 'mfr ,.j J, J, 4 , A7 . X ' ' ! K 52' ' I ,f 6' - , "' Ifiivxwiii 5 if Y , it A .x . ' I .. Q I iff' - 'I ' X Q . Rf V' A ll wi . , . . i S ' 2 it f , I 25' Q "-3.7 l 74 ,N i X X -,fr AN X 1 Af 'X 'XQX XXX X . L- -,Qt lfffgbxy fjf., ! ' J., -sg. "" .el X 5 II Ia :U?l:f:11wf"SA OL" ff R i ,,l .l.1 Q . 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Rackleff, Bill, Reynolds, Johnny B., Rogers, Louis, Ross, Merrill L., Rowell, Terry G., Saylors, Arthur.L., Schultz, Harold F., Jourdan, David M., Jones, Marvin E., Higgins, John F., Zidek, Francis T., Gervasi, Christopher, Dimillio, Donald J., Davis, Joh E., Abbagliato, Louis, Burton, David J., Curtis, John J., Gorda, Richard Seynor, Kellum, William D., Lopinski, Joseph E., Marquis, Eugene P., Miller, George O., Noah, Robert W., Oliver, Manuel G., Skaggs, Hilbert D., Skaggs, William E., Smith, Herman C., Sommer, Richard O., Starritt, Harwood F., Suchodolska, Richard, Thomas, William A., Turner, Connie M., Ventura, Joh J., Warner, Roger K., White, William B., Williams, John E. x x.. ...,.. . ., ww. wi32521.,:.-I-EFA'-1L'Z5:-si JG -' ---1557.--4.L'.wff1e.5,1 J..-.f -, .. - - - - f f - s, . is gs V W'-1-fe",i'Z ' i'Qs"QI'll' 1 X! V-2 nurses the FDR's super slingshots and huge aircraft traps . . . three steam cat- apults and seven arresting gears . . . capable of launching and recovering any Naval aircraft, . an around the clock under- v'2 DIVISION taking. .. A I V4 ,X Ex -K fs ks Q. x , I I . , iii-YQQIQX sjigi LL, LL S. I 5 ll . uf! I f 5 . I 1, A. ,M , A Q fi , S 5 is S Q 121 15 1 B 5 5' ' I ir uf , . -Dx t v , , sf , -. 41 tt, t l is A - 'A ' 4 , " 1 A , ' . , .559 it st' Q I l I X I w gk 1, L. L - W , X V. . Q X 'f X P K r . my I . I Q A x X - , . is t., fs . rig K s EM, 5 I 5 fi 5 Aff.. 455 ffl K ji, 'N A if Ati!! , -K x Q.: ,Lk K V ,K M , V -.X Q ' Q, 1' r .QE N ,N in f ' . C ' x JV , ,A 3. K sr 2 NXT I . 1 Yr ,f, s. -,jg . . I -1 V . t x .k y y' vu ' 5' EV 1, . X - xx - 1-fa, A- . .... ..- A -... nis r . 1 - rf- ... r's - .. ... 2 J ... 5... L.. ...eff-f".. as ...W W. N -: DIVISION ROSTER Rischard, Eugene C., ABI, Hazard, Frederick J., AN, M AB3 Woodall Harold J AB3 Cove, Edward ., , , ., , Avila, Victorio, AN, Paris, George, AB3, Norrid, Laf- feyette, AN, Hall, John W., AN, Omahen, Richard M., AN, Nelson, Claude L., AN, Thompson, James L., AB2, Reader, Phillip A., AB3, White, Charles E., AN, Lilly, Delbert D., AN, Walker, Bradford N., AN, Montoya, Rudolfo, AN, McAlister, Luther J., AB2, Steelman, Clayton R., AN, Levin, Melvin, AN, Henault, Arthur J. AN' Pope, Sanders L., AN, Peterson, Thomas L., AN, Fulbright, Robert L., AN Reed Alvin K. ABI, Brackett, Jack H., AN, Ferguson, Earl V., AN, O'Hara, Leonard E., AN, Kidder, Duane E., AB2, Roberts, Derry, AB3, Burleson, Creed D. AN, Harvey, Richard L., AN, Dooley, John J., AB3, Flores, Manuel G., AN, Odom, Edgar, AN, Thomann, Ronald J., AB2, Burgess, Don J., AB2, Stevens, Leonard AB3, Kenelia, Anthony, AN, Tooke, Joe, AN, Kendall, Daniel T., ABC, Barnes, William K., AB3, Estremera, Marciano C., AN, Kenny, James H., ABI, Welch David R., ABI, Keeler, Kenneth R., AB2, Morris, James L., AB2, Alvarado Mario N., AB3, Rodish, James E., AB3, Saeger, Glenn E., AB3, Meyers, Charles T. AB3, McConnaughey, Kenneth E., AB3, Peisley, William T., AB3, King, Arnold J. AB3, Brumley, Joseph C., AB3, Brooks, 'Roy G., AN, Curtis, William F., AN Davidson, Bennie R., AN, Gardner, Clarence F., AN, Shall, Brent B., AN, Taylor, Clarence D., AN, Wilcox, Charles E., AN, Connor, Richard W., AN, Durand, Roy A., AN, Monroe, Robert D., AN, Parnell, Robbie C., AN, Smith, Wesley B. Y air .i. ... , . - ,-.,.....- 1 1 1 r . K K 5 .X .tc-,. . ..k- X . 'Awe x W, . ,.,.,, ,ks me .. K X KY.a,..,,...,c,,,,..,.,,,.:,,,,tykN,5W M HTASXZW .. ties., .. A "3'i'.i aJIS:.Q-a-'Slime-sxVQ"i'5we""'V-5X I - AN, Barfield, William, AN, Gregory, Gilbert J., AN, Lewis, Dale E., AN, Rigdon, Burlyn C., AN, Rose, Jerry F., AN, Sidebottom, Charles L., AN, Adkins, James O., AN, Baker, Blaine S., AN, Brown, Ronald C,, AN, Dewitt, Donald K., AN, Reap, Edward J., AN, Sutton, Thomas J., AN, Woods, Charles F., AN, Brehmer, John M., AB2, Lessley, Robert D., AN, Orr, Charles D., AB3, O'Brien, Robert E., AB3, Catron, Beniamin T., AN, Richardson, Jack L., AB3, Gauge, Esse V., AB3, Kiliszeinski, James L., AB3, Lockhart, Donald E., AN, Hutchison, Donald L., AB3, Vandewalle, James J., AN, Gahren, Vincent E., AN, Cottrill, Fredric A., AB3, Champlin, Donald E., AB3, McGilton, John L., AN, Reed, Willard, AN, Rich, James L., ABI. A ""' ri'ff1g.tgitj iff' .. Tm o , -V'----M-P-.J L 4- v" 3 DIVISION These men are the keepers ot the gigantic airplane garage known as the hangar deck . . . have no sympathy for the housewife who has to spruce up a tiny l0-room home . . . for they have 86,000 square feet to clean and maintain . . . what's more, how many housewives have to push 8-ton planes through their living rooms? we McJunkin Russell E. LT: Ahern John Clarence, Alaniz, Joe lnl, Jr., Allen Robert Lee' Althoff Edward Joseph, Jr., Audrey, Samuel Bradley J Arnold Philip Finwick, Atkinson, Carol "D", Bailey, Kenton Eugene, Becker, William Cnl Britton Howard E.' Broadus Clifton Parker, Brooks, James William, Butts, Charle August, Celmer, Kenneth Ray, Cleary, Laurence Thomas, Crum, Ernest Herbert Dellarosa Salvatore ini, Engler, Bill G., Evans, Thomas Edward, Feasel, Jackie Lee Fernandez Ronald J: Flores Ygnacio lnl, Foster, Robert W., Fogle, Richard D Garza Elcazar Cnl' Goodner Frank ini, Jr., Gordon, John R., Jr., Grady, Robert F Hanna, Joe L., Harrington, Leslie J., Harris, Robert Stephen, Hathaway, Donald DIVISION ROSTER I 1 ,I I I I Y-I I . , . Q .mnknme 1 ie 14 Harold, Hawkins, Fred Douglas, Head, Fred Marvin, Jr., Henley, Robert Charles, Hague, Richard Gerld, Howard, Anthony ini, Hoyt, Clarence Lewis, Jr., Hyde, George William, Kash, Orvil Rayman, Keigley, "L" "C", Jr., Kelsey, Robert Douglas, Keogan, William Edward, Lay, James Frank, Leggio Gombatista ini, Leo, Alejandro James, Lincoln, Albert Irwin, Martindale, Meredith Levon, Miller, Billy Earl, Miller, Kenneth Ray, Miller, Robert Lee, Morin, Robert David, Morrison, Glen Scattergood, Neal, John A., Nonley, Moxie Bruce, Ortiz, Ramon Luis, Pierce, 'Royce Junior, Ray, Mathew Honorable, Rayfuse, Lawrence Burton, Rhyne, France Leroy, Riedel, Frederick Charles, Ritchie, James Eugene, Robinson, Roger lnl, Roessler, Gerald George, Roland, Hamlin "B", Romero, Thomas Faith, Sanders, Thomas Jackson, Sondlin, Billy Joe, Scouton, Robert Ronald, Seohorn, Joseph Clifford, Shaw, Walter Andrew, Sizemore, Robert ini, Smith, Jack Austin, Smith, Marshall Doyle, Spada, Robert L., Stevenson, Don Ameche, Stockdale, George ini, Swinson, Isaac Lynwood, Theriot, Hillary Andrew, Thomas, Lawrence Franklin, Thompson, Stanley David, Usry, Samuel fnl, Wells, Walter Bush, Williams, Donald Ray, Wynn, Bobbie Lee. it J li 1 fi .Q in ' i z,z u HIE! :El EI it 251. 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J' tr-Q 1 1 ,bu DIVISION ROSTER Austin, Thomas T., AA, Bain, James R., ABI, Baker, James D., SA, Barnett, Elzie R., AA, Ben, Michael J., AN, Blumenschein, John R., AN, Branch, 'Russell E., ABI, Branson, Verlyn R., AN, Brown, Joe L., AA, Burnes, Thomas J., AA, Butler, Benjamin ini, AN, Calisterio, Isidro L., AA, Camilla, Robert ini, AN, Cappiello, Joseph inl, AN, Clark, James E., AA, Clevenger, Raymond P., AN, Comstock, Albert ini, Jr., AN, Cooks, "J" "C", AN, Costello, Kenneth R., AA, Couey, George A., AA, Cougron, Jackie E., AA, Crawford Leroy fnl, AA, Cutaia, Fredrick J., AB3, Doglio, Robert J., AN, Daniel, Darrel W., AA, Darnell, Russell D., AB3, Davis, John W., AA, Davis, Kennis H., AN, Dempsey, Joseph L., AN, De Hart, Ellis L., AA, Douthit, Glen H., AA, Duffy, Mark E., AB3, Durkee, Robert A., AN, Eldridge, Raymond H., AN, Ellison, Daniel D., AA, Esskew, Louis F., AA, Etherton, John G., AB3, Farias, Raul Cnl, AA, Figurske, Joseph J., AN, Flores, Felipe ini, AA, Fluaitt, Richard D., AA, Frazier, Garland E., AN, Freeman, Cleveland M., AN, Fulkerson, Ronald L., AA, Garrett, Fred H., AB2, Glaude, Ronald L., AB3, Hagerman, Michael lnl, AN, Hansen, Delbert E., AN, Harris, Willie J., AN, Hawkins, Hilton D., AN, Hedges, John H., AN, Higginbotham, Wesley D., AA, Hilty, Robert B., AN, Horn, Frank L., AN, Jacobs, Charles L., AA, Johnson, Robert L., AN, Johnson, Tommie L., AA, Johnston, Garland S., AA, Jones, David J., AB3, Jones, James B., Jr., ABl, Kasselman, Larry D., AB3, Kline, John F., AN, Laber, Gerald G., AN, Lawrence, Jerry L., AB3, Layser, Carlos R., AB2, Little, Morris inl, AN, London, Gerald R., AN, Lozito, Nicholas G., AN, Mahone, Palmer D., AN, McKain, Robert L., ABC, McMillin, Richard D., AN, McMahon, Aaron W., AA, Monmirth, Daymond E., ABI, Morrow, Raymond P., ABAN, Mullorkey, John T., Jr., AB3, Najar, Fernando C., AN, Nieblas, Ben inl, Jr., AA, ..- A W-s?tcffss1f,,.W , O'Leary, Alton R., AN, Oppe, James B., AB3, Pack, James C., AA, Pereira, George inl, AB3, Perrin, Russell ini, AN, Perkins, Leroy G., AN, Perna, Gerald M., ABI, Peterson, James L., AA, Pftizemayer, John J., AN, Preffer, George C., AB3, Press, Lawrence inl, AB-3, Ramos, Henry ini, AN, Reid, Norris lnl, AN, Richardso, Nathaniel fnl, AA, Riddle, John A., Jr., AA, Roberts, Bobbie L., AN, Roberts, Norman L., AB3, Rogers, Mrlin P., AB3, Ross, Dee E., AN, Ryan, Chester J., AN, Scarborough, Louis C., AN, Sefert, Oral inl, AN, Sells, Bobby G., AN, Shannon, George W., AN, Shurtz, John D., AN, Stockstill, Thomas T., AB3, Sweatt, Robert C., AN, Thomas, Perry J., AN, Valimont, Robert P., AN, Vareen, Bleasea ini, Jr., AN, Vaughn, Hal Cnl, AN, Wallace, Nathaniel ini, AA, Walsh, Stephen J., Jr., AN, Ware, Rufus G., AB3, Whisenant, Billy ini, AA, Williams, Wilbur L., AA, Wood, Robert J., AN, Yates, James P., ABG2. 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I 5 Sei DIVISION RosTER Acker, Vernon D., A035 Baynard, Bobby G., A035 Brainard, Larry M., A03, Brock, James F., AN5 Carlson, Wayne L., A035 Carnahan, Brian'J., AN5 Chapman, Robert C., AN5 Cherington, Ralph R., Jr., A025 Clark, Ernest ini, A025 Combs, Gary C., A035 Curran, Kendall L., GFI5 Davenport, Horace W., Jr., AN5 Doublin, Thomas F., AN5 Drayer, Charles E., GFI5 Dunham, Robert W., AN5 Fanning, Larry V., AN5 Flewellen, Curtis W., AN5 Fobes, Jack M., AOC5 Forbus, Hollis E., A035 Ford, Sergei D., SN5 Gabbard, Roy E., Jr., AN5 Gaines, James A., AN Gannon, Gerald F., A035 Giglio, John M., AN5 Gilmer, Dick R., AN5 Graham, William 0., A035 Grundy, Eugene C., AN5 Hall, Floyd ini, Jr., AN5 Hamill Charles P., Jr., A035 Harris, Joseph M., AN5 Hartman, Edwin L., GFl5 Hedrick, Roy H., AN5 Holland, Frank lni, A035 Hollendersky, Michael A., AN5 Howie, Ronald A., A035 Jackson, Henry L., AN5 Jones, Clyde W., AN5 Jones Reefus lnl, TMI5 Kerney, James F., AN5 King, Ray B., GFl5 King, Robert V., AN5 Knutinen, Uno T., GFC5 Leger, Albert M., A035 Lengel, Jay R., A035 Lewis, Ronnie G., AN5 Manzella, John F., AN5 Marion, Charles A., Jr., A035 Mason, Clifton J., AN, McCarney, Thomas H., Jr., A0l5 McCarrol, Joseph D., A035 McDonnell, Thomas J., AN5 McKibbin, James A., A025 Medrano, Frank Y., AN5 Maceo, Peter ini, SN5 Moore, Kenneth C., AN5 Mosley, Bobby D., SN5 Mulkey, John L., AN5 Musco, Dominick ini, AN5 Nelson, Paul E., A015 Newman, Donald L., A035 Raymer, William 0., AN5 Redfield, Richard M., A035 Reid, Fredrick A., ANC5 Roberts, Milton K., SN5 Rogers, Melton J., AN5 Rush, James E., AN5 Salvaggi, Anthony M., AN5 Scheller, Herbert R., AN5 Segura, John F., AN5 Sein, Edward lnl, AN5 Shelby, lval S., A015 Shea, Daniel F., AN5 Sherwood, Lewis L., A025 Slay, Jack C., AOI5 Smith, Donald V., A025 Sykes, William S., AN5 Tincher, Phillip A., AN5 Thorp, Eldon A., A035 Tkach, Edward M., AN5 Wallace, Norman G., AOAN5 Walsh, Thomas J., AOI5 Waskow, Edwin L., AN5 Waters, Lawrence L., A025 Welcher, Ered ini, Jr., AN5 Wharton, Floyd L., AN5 Wimberley, Weldon B., AOAN5 Wimberly, William S., Jr., TMC5 Wolfe, Jack E., AN5 Woody, Charles W., AN5 Yarter, Bobby J., AN5 Harender, Bernard lni, GFl5 Wethington, Henry E., GFI. y i 5 r f A I x I A! DIVISION ROSTER Adair, Leonard Hartman, AE3, Areyana, Alfred R., YN3, Baker, Robert William, AM3, Beaulieu, Henry F., ADI, Blanton, Andrew Wayne, YN3, Bledsoe, Hershel Sanders, Jr., AT3, Bock, Elmer Edward, Jr., AD2, Boling, William W., AN, Bowman, James G., AN, Brown, Lloyd, Jr., AN, Burress, Billy B., AN, Capranica, Pat Ralph, AT3, Casey, John Davidson, AM3, Caterina, Victor Robert, AA, Chatman, Robert Louis, AN, Cress, Donald L., ATI, DeMarque, Jack A., ADC, DiTacconi, Giacomo ini, AA, Dodier, Lucien J., AE3, Dodson, Leon Wayne, AM3, Easterly, James Charles, AMI, Edwards, Louis Ray, AD3, Ferguson, William Norman, AE3, Fiscus, Everett George, Jr., AA, Fitzgerald, Charles J., AN, Ford, John David, AN, Foster, Charles Crisp, Ill, AN, Glasscock, Earl Marvin, AT3, Glover, Bobby Dean, AN, Griffith, Stanwood J., AQI, Heere, William A., AN, Higginbotham, Donn L., AM3, Hill, Robert Wayne, AN, Hockenberry, Gerald B., AN, Hubbard, Raymond Eugene, AA, Huff, Andrew lnl, AMC, Hunter, Gordon Russell, AN, James, Vernon Albert, ADE3, Johnson, Franklin Acker, AD3, Johnson, Ronald Edward, AN, Jones, Howard E., ADC, Mackey, James M., AD2, Martin, Jimmie R., AN, McGregory, James Edward, AN, Medbery, Alva W., AM3, Moore, Robert Ray, AN, Moorman, Roy Buford, ATC, Nesbit, Guy E., Jr., AN, Nick, Richard F., AN, Nolan, Clifford James, AN, O'Rourke, Luke Charles, ADI, Ottomano, Mathew ini, AN, Page, Henry Raymond, Jr., AM'3, Parton, Bennett Lawrence, YN3, Peterson, Jeffrey D., AEM3, Retnuch, Andrew ini, ADC, Pfeister, v' 6 DIVISION -Keeping 'em flying . . . that's V6's job . . . it maintains and repairs all aircraft and aeronautical equipment . . . also handles the ship's power driven vehicles.. ij .v gi! Q 3 4 ,V 1 , 1' 1 , . up , 5: 9 M A YA N 'tfwrxxrqf ,. Lawrence J., AM3, Philipopoulas, Philip ini, AN, Pottorff, Bruce Richard, AT3, Reid, Charles R. A., AN, Reno, Edward F., AM2, Sass, Carl John, AN, Schultz, Ralph Henry, AM2, Scott, lra S., Jr., AN, Selvig, Cecil G., AE2, Shadburn, James Edwin, ADC, Sparks, Sammy James, AM3, Spurlock, Thomas Drury, AD3, Stimac, Frank Edward, AD3, Sula, George E., AD2, Terry, Silas David, AN, Teske, Leroy Manifred, AN, Thompson, Reginald Earle, AN, Than, James A., AN, Tourigny, Paul Richard, ADI, Waller, Alvin D., ADC, Wallrath, Vernon Frederick, AN, Walter, Arthur R., AN, Washko, Paul lnl, AN, Webb, Kennith R., AN, Weidner, Jerome Carl, Jr., AN, Welch, William Adam A., AD3, Wigen, George J., AN, Willard, James Earl, AEI, Winfeld, Merle Dean, AN, Zea, William H., AMAN. GUNNERY DEPARTMENT XS 76GiCFilgfs Wai X f -fs :L T! XJ! 'U Qgfv-K ,N ME if XT'-e I rlk we 29" 1 4v2"",?"If 0' X J .Af ef-ff H mll, x...f'N-""" " ,Lf rr' The Gunnery deportment . ond this is o rough one to dope out . shoots our guns. Noturolly there s more to It thon thot. Gun- nery procures hondles ond stows oll om- munltuon, pyrotechnics ond speciol weopons, together with the Arr deportment, it stows ond issues the explosive components of complex weopons ond missiles . . . Gunnery tokes core ot FDR s boots performs oll deck seomonshlp operotrons. , . y,,-'X.-ff . ,ts No, no Sonders, bl soyiclftoke oboord oll boots'!" Y?f" ,--, -7.6-I-f:.-T:Z,,.,,..,.,,.QQ.Qg4::xg:,g Y .,.. Y .. Q.:..- ..... ,-:A-.if-. .i.. Y- Y,-. ...- -...... Y-il A Y V -qgw iivv- .,gYA?T, - ,,,.. 'A -5-iii V if pn-ny X ---...t .TM A . if' T l lvr- ,... N i l Q' H .. ,T "'- , 9 I' T '27 sy Zi ' .P Q5 XT A W X ' 5 T C TE., P" . Ip. - ff Ts fl X 3 ' T T T' f ? , 45 n' .7 ' A 57 D O A Q. .Q V , ef X 6 s el - .. er,, El X -sa' kg :Q 0 'V , ,T K . X T V T 'ss-. - K ,L --.- B "T 3 X 'J 'lfgfffp :T: h V L ' T T X'-x T T 'f C X 1 A u Aid' f -- .-,Lf ,afw4g.'Q - ' l A7 ,,. P .' 0 - V P A TTTT , il-qilfassav :M fx s 2 . " .f"1q'g5g3.,wgxQ- T41 ..T . T j l s T 0 D .A . T 1 X "Y T V-1 TFL, i X X 'LV' J 6 XJ 'Ke sl l L 1 X ' f L . . ' ' 0 . . uv-Sas' I I . iw I A N , D T It 1 . X I 1, ' -f T T-,Q ' ' . ' L J s""'f""'f'- Viwnivi-Bn-ww.:.Qs:1s'1'ff-ff-1,,.f.-. ' Talks " ,air - qi - - 2 ' ' Em .4-I I QF!! T3-'if ff? ' J 1 gg. 21 g LK: ,. x. ,Ls V. 'ni Q5 . Y . 11 H I ii . 'ml I sae, 1 :ff 5 x VS!!! 3.11 si 4222! Mel iii ..., 4 22 it it an I. ..x 55. J : fl' f' i bfv 'HH L. I I iff. is 'r or 11 gi. .fl I 1 H1 ., 1, L J .11 nu 1 2,1 l 4-. f -V ez-L-use-lanes-sm-.-J. .1-me-p4 :gun-vm - -. ....---.,,-Q..-s.,,....4-we-...ew umm-sm,-nw. , 1st, DIVISION The first division is always out in front. Its area of responsibility is the forward part of the ship ,... keeping it clean . . . shooting the five inlch and three inch guns located there . . . and hoisting and lowering the ship's anchors located all the way up front on the forecastle. I ee ff? . A Rf, M I S A if-. Q rr ,, I I J Q J ? af ,I N .xg . "'- 1, f A x .. 5 is . vv ii?- Q F Q f ' I f I' , 1 . A V2 . , ,, ? , I . we e, A . . I 1 T - A t S - f 6 bi: 'Xi 'T - . Q- ' l , . A . , A . 4 i . A . I V Y ' ,N -is R 3 5 wr V xx' 5 M. ,F .ij Qr,,:1kx . K . -X 4 ff, I , x f x K B E ge, Rd W A K 4 ' ,Q v ! -X' fm .A K, S I R.-x Q Q ' , 1. S gl y s K A , -K A M. V X X - 4 S fx! H f V fm, K 1, ' Y Q d A X 4 r -- f v 4 4 A J' A. f-'J' 'I V J W .ok Sis- . Qs , 4 . - QS x is I Y a J it X Sf . 'E J A I' Q if? A f ft. S ,r Se if-i I . T- fe A -. f 'f e g S ff f fs. A ' , f 1.-S , e A . 4 . - S4-f Qi 7' K K xx t X x Vi, I A, Q? ' is , 5 X X , aj ff .0 N l '54 ' I ,t. t.,. - S 'i 'S 1 ff A' . ' Pk iw 03 . ' 'T I 5 1 A i H541 -5 4 '1 t 'in -A W " ' -' - SQL, ' 5. . A U ,..- ' . J ' i .- - . .- ' - 'D s A f ' 3. . ' - . Tj'-I S 5 . . 5 f I 4 jf A iw f ...Ti 1- Sl ""' 1 ' e . --ss L it P: 3 , Rif- V , . - . . X . V , 'NJ J .-.k .4 ., A ' , - .X A ,L ,. . A, , . . r A - . I . d . I f it f A f A . A , . , .. we - J J, fi - 'Q 4:. NX . in K ,Q . v . it t , V, 41 ,- Q- 5 ,ye v U' X fx K . - x- ' W is GTF, x ire I , Q . Sy , 4- S9 -1' wh gs ll -'::' V- 'e 1-2:f" " . A - .. ' 1, ' I . gm ' "'- " . ' - W' -' ,., ' ' . f- f "' -- -fr' lx.. .. , T ' J . ' fn-M .. . ,... -'.. . . , e. ,X ,,Qt , .. . - - . ., same- -' . .. M . A ., ., ' - A "' I ,t,,s, I A I ' 'S ifrii if A . . A :...- -e tsfr rstl iistss . I I A A DIVISION ROSTER A Flavin, E. T., BMI, Kelly, W. E., BM2, Clique, W. W., BM3, Johnson, R. G., BM2, Barton A. W. SN' Biehl, E. L., SN, Bond, W. J., SN, Cowan, L. F., SN, Cutchins, S. R., SN, Dusek, J. R., SN, Ferris, T. w., SN, afevee, A. F., SN, Rnne, J. D., SN, Taomilo S. ini SN, Baker, C. W., SA, Barraza, J. S., SA, Caldwell, B. J., SA, Duke J' S SN- Finney, D. B., SA, Henderson, C. E., SN, innien, M. H., SA Jenei Ji SA- LeBlanc, c. J., SA, Mundoy, J. L., SA, Bess, SA, Elder, J. Ai SA, Moyer, E:. W., SA, Bailey, T. L., SR, LaPiant, v. P., BM2, Harmon, i.. ini BM3' Turner J. W., BM3, Malloy, R. E., SN, Waters, C. W., BM3, Brooks, E7 cni SN- Eernlen, R. D., SA, Hayes, S. B., SN, Jenkins, w. cnm, SN, Keezke, D. J. SA, aeiyeu, w. T., SA, Bennett, c. A., SN, Lenin, I.. C., SA, Leyve, E. cnu, SA, S' 'T'-.f,s..,.Q .' J' we-ki-S-e.t.,.4..,fz, - f-fe. A-..JsJ.Se-.... Long, E. ini, SN, Martin, O. ini, SA, Maxwell, P. D., SA, Moon, F. B., SA, Roberts, J. E., SA, Simpson, I. T., SA, Sims, W. -R., SA, Defee, SA, Jones, E. ini, SA, Snyder, SA, Clark, J. R., SA, Rolling, R. T., SA, Pries, W. E., SN, Mills, C. J., SN, Melton, D. K., BMI, MacLaurin, R. E., BM2, Hamilton, E. L., BM3, Bonanni, R. J., SN, Rathburn, J. F., SA, Regesch, K. E., SA, Taylor, L. L. SN, Tilley, R. J., SN, Tompkins, H. lni, SN, Warren, N. E., SN, Bethel, E. L., SA, Evans, B. ini, SA, Lewis, A. ini, SA, Nunley, C. ini, SA, Robb, B. J., SN, Schaffer, W. L., SN, Simmons, M. E., SA, Trefethren, K. R., SN,,VaIentine, M. lnl, SA, Watson, G. L., SA, Whitehead, A. L., SA, Yawn, J. G., SA, Hazelmyer, P. L., SA, Anagnostakos, P. J., SA, Jarreau, R. ini, SN, Siegel, S. lnl, SA, Watchous, H. F., BM2, Cobb, "C. J.", SA, Speirs, C. L., BMC, Huddleston, L. E., BMI, Brown, J. E. BM2, Taylor, J. M., BM2, Garcia, D. E., BM3, Cornoyer, C. T., SN, Deen, R. R. SN, Fisher, H. L., SN, Handy, R. A., SN, Hunter, J. H., SN, Johnson, L. C., SN Miller, H. K., SN, Morse, M. E., SN, Scott, F. L., SN, Broughton, O. ni, SA Gammons, E. L., SA, Gantt, C. L., SA, Harvey, J. H., SA, James, A. L., SA Johnson, W. ini, SA, Knox, J. D., SA, Nelson, H. A., SA, Samuel, C. ini, SA Walker, C. G., SA, Walls, R. M., SA, Wleczyk, W. lni, SA, Dias, SA, Grega, A. F. BM2, Sharps, H. M., SA, Dennis, C. O., SA. gif- G:!':'i's'!'::- F 75 ' 'A ' mx: : z:::.i.:::'f::.,:9 ..... ... . x.......:.-:..::?:...S...:I?.Jf7.f??fe Q..-A , fl' :Wg 55, 4-,L iu ..-..'.:.' - - -,. ..... ..,. ,,'.', L A ,, L4 . s F. ..s.......,...-..,-B. ,....... ,..........-. , , ..,...YW gn...-., Vw: .-,,.s...y-- --M --Y W -- - .--. ,, ----- N... . ...... E I 1---me---f A- V -,.......e,--ee -7.1 e1:,. W. - - W -- Y- ,,, s A-Y A ,, I , . ..,,..,.,. . ....,-, ..,..W-,.- .-v. -fy ------ - - HAQ0 - . .fe . s- L ... L Y, I DIVISION The second division is one of three deck divisions . . . along with the first and the third . . . it mans the seo detail: fastens and unfastens FDR from piers and onchorages and takes part in fueling and replenishing operotions, . . flight deck crane. ' fb H . r . also handles the huge I A. . . :Q A X S . I C . :ages I , . ,K X J s A t 'S :xl l DIVISION ROSTER Alderman, Edward H., Jr., BM3, Tompkins, William C., SN, Davis, Ronald E., SN, Gullett, George A., SA, Murrell, Gerald R., SA, Ealy, Jack, J., Jr., BM2, Barker, John J., SN, Swan, Ernest L., SA, Fertonani, Andrew lnl, SN, Grady, John R., SN, Martin, Billy C., SA, Perry, James lnl, SA, Coady, Wm. J., BM2, Gorham, Wm. C., BMC, Bowman, Edward H., SN, Crawford, Walter fnl, BM3, Carson, William G., SA, Finley, Henderson E., SA, Ussery, James T., SA, Wood, Billy J., SA, Thornhill, Larry D., SA, Holly, James C., SA, Roy, Billy D., SN, Stevans, Roy E., SA, Manges, Rob- ert Porter, BMI, Boudreaux, Leon Robert, BM2, Hutchison, James K., BMI, Thorn- ton, Bobbie K., SN, Marvin, Sprawling, SA, Martin, Billy C., SA, Alexander, Stuart, SA, Martin, John Lewis, SA, Jilg, Thomas K., BM2f3, Newcomb, Billy G., SA, McLendon, Willie R., SN, Washington, Billie, SN, Glover, Emerald R., SN, Snyder, 1 M.-...s,w.....,.. , V -If-4-'ff-I f-'r,','r:i, W::'o"""' James L., SA, Benboe, Joseph E., SR, Emanuel, John R., SN, Porterfield, James H. SA, Irwin, James D., SA, Cutler, Joseph R., BM2, McCannon, James E., BM3 Gregg, Lloyd E., BM3, Thomas, James G., SN, TevePaugh, Bobbie L., SN, Zartman, Lester W., SN, Taylor, Chas. J., SA, Chaves, Richard C., SA, Brown, Richard L. SN, Pries, Donald H., SN, Smith, Robert A., Jr., SN, Brightman, Lee, Jr., SA Davis, Hubert R., SN, Rivera, Chas. N., SA, Fleming, Joseph A., SA, Bruesch, Earl H., SA, Davis, Tommie L., SA, Keener, Thomas R., SA, Yasinski, Richard F. SA, Conners, John V., BMI, Smith, John J., SN, Ramsey, Darell E., SN, Hindenang, Peter W., SA, Gregory, David E., SA, Montrueil, Tom N., SA, Burkey, Gerald G. SN, Hefelfinger, Robert A., SA, Gonzales, Nicholas, SA, Neal, Cleo J., SN, Hikel Jerry, SA, Sewell, Isaac, Jr., SN, Wheeler, Jack H., SN, Parker, Jas. A., SA ... 1 JH- 1 Griffith, Alton R., SA, Perry, Chas. R., BM2, Loftin, Lorenze lnl, BM2, Taylor John lnl, SA, Zeigler, Floyd C., SN, Graham, Bobby R., SA, Cochran, Larkin E. SN, Duling, Floyd J., BM2, Rushing, Cleveland A., SN, Sherrod, Jim W., SA, Bourgeois, Robert A., SN, Anderson, Herbert R., SA, Crosby, Loftin L., SA Mapson, Cornelius, Jr., SA, Rosen, Jerry fnl, SN, Holney, James C., SN, Collins, Cresencio tnl, SN, McCloud, Donald E., SN, Settlemire, Donald lnl, SA, Smith Danny R., SA, Hughes, Charles E., BM3, Montreuil, Gerald E., SN, Lidal, Zaldz, SA, Welcome, Howard l., SA, Welcome, Lawrence G., Jr., SA, Sanders, William E. BMI, Anderle, Charles O., SA. 1 i11rl1i's.-5:2222 ttifglx. '17-7z..:.'.'.:'.s-.:.1:" ... -.vo-. Qu. ,L ,nw -v- ...L .. .. - Q.. .. , , XR w 3rd mvisioN Third division men . . . in addition to their many duties as members of the deck force "Big 3" . . . stand life boat watches, ready to give the familiar "man overboard" alarm, . . . also share routine deck torce watches as boatswoin's mates, helmsmen, and mes- sengers. '? if . I be . , g S Q. sig' , Y , isis, rx Y , . 2 , . dw 2 4 Z f ,A . ' i Q ,L 1. XX ' W i S' J ' " S 5 Li t . : I I is 'Wir l X4 ' Ni, i 2 1 X 'X ig ,Q 2 l X A if r ul j 12, ' ... i .- - .r I .,. ,J A ,I rt., ...ss M ies , .qi i 15-gi .1 is o: . ' V '-so ' A . T 95 i 1 ' ' All if I i 1' ' li' js v'f"9's' ,Fil i . L X f f is . sf , I . . ,i.,. J . , ff il 1 J i J , ,'f,f X, 2 X 1 L 5 Q K, g Q, I 4 1 V J x in ,i.t ,Lg 1. Y. A K T A Q! A I .-1 ill- F I A 5 Q ll .l S "" in All ' E nfl' , ii' Dxq . S S A wi j, Q f' 4-1 i,,' fi .V ' 'L 'A ,f-L ji, Z: - I D A A l ' .- .,.. 4-nw ,, . DIVISION ROSTER Acosta, Louis F,, Jr., Baldriclge, Raymond L., Banks, Frank B., Bew, John W., Brown, Richard R., Bullard, Henry C., Butler, Jack E., Chadwell, E. ini, Chavers William B., Childers, Billy J., Childers, Billy R., Closson, Eilliam H., Clowers Edward E., Jr., Coley, Willie F., Craven, Ralph R., Jr., Davis, Amos E., Dawson John S., Deal, Bobby L., Dewitt, "J." "B.", Dohmen, Ervin J., Drye, George R. Dunnam, James E,, Ellis, Charles W., Faasii, Toti lnl, Falgout, Leroy J., Finney, Richard A., Forkey, Edward G., Freitas, Raymond V., Fuentes, Andres Cnl, Grissom, Ger- ald E,, Hague, Patrick ini, Hanscom, Charles G., Harris, Keith A., Hays, Merwin L. 1 1 --' . so-4.---.....,, Hebert, Howard J., Heidt, Albert W., Howard, Donald A., Howell, Bobby G., Hut- zler, Oswald L., Jr., lngold, James B., Fleming, R., Jenkins, Jimmy W., Jennette, Alton M., Johnson, Wayne E., Karr, Billy J., Knight, Robert L., Krickeberg George J., Kunz, Ronald E., LaLiberte, R, R., Leidigh, Philip L., Lewis, Joseph C. Martinez, Santiago ini, McAllister, Thaddeus D., McDonald, Allen R., Milcoff, John A., Mitchell, Louie R., Moore, Moxie C., Muldonian, Herman H., Nall Dorman D., Neff, Graeme W., Nelson, Gene C., Nooner, Ronald D., Nowe, John R. Oakley, Monte R., Orders, Jackie E., Ott, Robert W., Pacheco, Fred G., Racekl Raymond R., Ramsey, Melvin R., Redden, Kenneth R., Rinehart, Derrill F. Roberson, Robert E., Rogers, Billy C., Souls, Wade A., Shealy, Harvie A., Shirley, James R., Smith, Alvin L,, Smith, lrian L., Smith, Joseph R., Sutler, James H., Tayler, Virgil E., Terrell, William T., Thomsen, Larry G., Townsy, Hosie lnl Turnbull, Dale W., Usery, Homer ini, Jr., Van Hoof, Lawerence ini, Vasher, Wilford G., Whitehorse, Moses G., Jr., Heusinkveld, Merlyn R., LTJG., Walker, Lawrence N., ENS. mf J ff' 5156 wh 'H' , . iw'-Q -e-m.-.ew.1.e..,,.......,......m..n......-.,.n.,,,,. .V.., .,,. ,...1,.,,,,,,,,,.-:....,,,..,...-1.r,?.,.:.-...-4-W...-.-. L--. ' ...---...-.. - '-:DLL J ' ' - Y - '1'f'fH'f"f-ff'.'i:.:f"1Q'f.a""t'---M: ---- if-ffzg. """' ' " Jl, "" ..-. ....,., , .,..,.. ,.. .......,,....,.... .mi - E' 'Q' iii iq.,.gH!!lF?.,-'5,1 F, - - - -- ""' """ M" ' - fiigi'-'L rl -. 'TTU " W 'Q"Q"'gf7T 4t DIVISION Three inch guns . . . eleven of them that's the fourth division's business cleaning and maintaining its babies manning key spots during firing exercises. X I W' i, f ,.,, 5 . tial' ig 5 f iQ: V' I W I r wir 9 DIVISION ROSTER Suddoth, Frank E., LTJG., Harris, Robert H., ENS, Baker, Billy lni, Baker, Floyd, Banks, William F., Boese, William L., Brady, Glenn B., Brault, Mar- vin F., Caldwell, John E., Castillow, Curtis R., Clark, Joseph R., Currie, Thomas S., Curry, John E., Dornak, Robert W., Dupree, Jerry ini, Fer- guson, Larry R., Fitzgibbon, Patrick A., Fruia, Frank lnl, Gilbert, Henry L., Glisson, Wayne D., Hovermale, Chester B., James, Lawrence A., Jones, William J., Klix, John R., Layne, Charles D., Lesley, Vernon E., Lyons ,Henry A., Man- dato, James J., Meuser, Donald A., Monk, Paul H., Pullen, Roy L., Rowbottom, Mathews H., Scism, Earnest lnJ, Shook, Richard E., Shown, Paul C., Stevens, Arthur R., Templeton, Joseph M., Theriot, Aubrey A., Watts, Jimmy W., Wilder, Herman W., Zapata, Frederic ini. 5,155 Ar fr... it . i s fi' 5 1 Q C xz: ri X11 .3 i La :qi mi 2 . :ml all gm seg en fain 'aiiai 1122! :EE! Ei Sinn '1 LZ! 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VVVAVV, y fwvi 43.3 V 10 , W f f 19, y ,, fy Ky, I ' ' , Qfewf ,f a Vi:-f Z .", 'i VW f ,,V1,'V1 43 - V mfg ,Aff VV ,X Q , M 4,179 "VVN 1 'N A A mn Q 1 2 , M .. . if if , , , . 1 4 .:,l 'i 'W' ,J if . gif . , ' w,ki,eQ,s.Qgg::4!Z'f I Nw-.4 iifit 'J - . . - DIVISION ROSTER Finne, David Darrell, Capt., Lloyd, Russell, Jr., lst Lt., Alexander, Ronald Lee, Pfc., Atherton, Joseph Dennis, Pfc., Bach, Dole Bemard, Cpl., Bauer, William Oscar, SfSgt., Benavente, David Guerrero, Pfc,, Bentley, Larry Phillip, Cpl., Berry, Charles, Pfc., Blackhurst, David Huhl, Cpl., Bradbury, James Madison, Jr., Pfc., Brewington, Ernest Lee, Pfc., Budd, Rickey Glen, Pfc., Cameron, John Alfred, Pfc., Celestin, David Allen, Pfc., Coleman, Edwin Lean, Pfc., Cook, Wallace Monroe, Cpl., Dame, Dan Victor, Cpl., David, Wesley Eugene, Sgt., Davis, Bobby Murrell, Pfc., Day, William, Pfc., de Leon, Robert Michael, Pfc., Denny, Kirby Harold, Pfc., Dixon, Alpha Maurice, Pfc., Dorfi, Norbert Reinhold, Pfc., Duda, Raymond MARINE DETACHMENT FDR's Marines have proven t h e ms e lv e s an indespensable part of the crew I . . they provide internal security . . . form the nucleus of the ship's landing party . . . render honors for visiting dignitaries . . . operate 3 of the ship's three inch guns, . . . provide FDR with an inspir- ing touch of spit and polish. , Q QNX, I, E f 1 . K . -Mu V Qvswwfi L Alexander, Pfc,, Dunnam, Van Owen, Pfc., Dysard, Terrence Lee, Pfc., Goldsberry, Robert Francis, Pfc., Grant, Murrell Ray, Pfc., Harris, Don John, Sgt., Hensley, Jack Franklin, Pfc., Hickey, Donald Wayne, Pfc., Hobbs, Comer Earl, Pfc., Hokenson, Earl Godfrey, Pfc., Hudspeth, Carl Eugene, Pfc., Johns, Benjamin Edward, Pvt., Kay, John Robert, SfSgt., Lannin, Lawrence Lynn, Pfc., Lewis, Charles Leroy, Cpl., Lorraine, Paul Wayne, Pfc., Ludlow, James Elton, Cpl., MacDonald, De Loyd, Pfc., McDonald, Thomas Haseltine, Pfc., Metzger, Donald Joseph, Pfc., Michael, Mervyn Lyle, Pfc., Moss, Kenneth Francis, Pfc., Murphy, Richard Joseph, Pfc., Nichols, Herbert Henry, Pfc., Nies, William Van Norman, Pfc., Norris, Aubrey Otto, Pfc., Page, Herbert Eugene, Sgt., Parkin, Bobby Dewayne, Cpl., Peden, Prosper Whitney, Jr., Pfc., Petersen, Roger Kenneth, Pfc., Petty, Glen D., Pfc., Roberts, Wayne Delano, Sgt, Russell, Larry Dale, Pfc., Schipper, Paul Howard, Pfc., Sepulveda, Daniel Olea, Cpl., Shelander, Robert Frank, Jr., Pfc., Smith, Alvin James, Sgt., Stolz, LaVerne Edward, Pfc., Stone, Ardean Elmer, Pfc., Turley, Buddy Roger, Cpl., Vosburg, Philip Leroy, Sgt., Watson, Joseph Frank, Cpl., Whitty, James Martin, Pfc., Williams, Donald Leslie, Pfc., Yates, Robert Martin, Pfc., Yong, Vernon lini, Pfc., Zeller, Herbert Paul, Pvt. I I I .rr gvf any F' 5 -1 . - . . . . .. .-. . ...-..- ,........,--. . . . . . .. . . .-. . . . ... .. . ....... . .... .4...... .. ...:a.:.:4:.L..:.:..::-.f:'m'rraf-s::.' -v!r:'1-1'.-:'.r.'. ai. Li.17'l'I'i'!-!e3!'if'!2t:.:.zf 'L' ' 'i"2Li'2Z'f """ 529 53 :Elf :ll '53 .SVT H55 ..-..,.. 1.1- .1.:rwfff"'f'ff'f"-:-rfr:-r:m::.f.f.'f.-f,.-: .-.-:1:-,-:-:-:Qa:1:1Z-2'22:52::- '-'f" -"'1'2':.-:fZ:2-Z-ZfFI-Zf2i-Z-iff-i-f'?'ff5:f:Ii'1-lr?Fi:7'5:7:7:IEI-34:ff:Tzffi:IiIfiffti:ffl:Z:f:S:!E:5z34:3i3:fjl:f:5 'fig' 1' ... I ii I I H1--i 5 isis' a --" f ' We ' ...Q L '- ' ' 'T H- 7 T? H-uf 2""1"' ,""'VT,, ":.:,:::g.t:ii:gp' , 1:74-..j?ii..f7'?""1' 'g7::LfT,f,:z',Lili 5: T13 AM" +L ' -:,-,,,.,,.,-g. ...fs.f,..:....... H - -- ,-,-31.537 , '- ' ' DIVISION l A I A Q i'i'Y 'I 3 DIVISION ROSTER Jefferson, Harry P., LT., Tatom, F. B., ENS., Aherns, John P., Anderson, Andrew G., Bangs, Richard G., Billings, Dallas R., Bradford, Walter A., Bretall, Walter G., Burrell, Buddie H., Callahan, Gerald E., Calhoun, Edgar LR., Jr., Cartwright, N. C., Chase, Frank J., Chiles, Richard D., Chisum, Edward D., Curtiss, James W., Delagarza, Richard, Docker, John W., Donnel, Cornelius P., Edwards, Robert I., Gage, Richard C., Gazell, Raymond, Geroe, Wm. B., Giddens, Williford S., Guest, Jos. I., Hall, Pall B., Hilbrand, Chas., Hooper, Thos. M., Howard, Chas. R., Hulmes, 4 Siu .W gli A Jig... v ,,,,, . The "brains" of the Gunnery depart- ment . . . Fox division men are fire control technicians who man and maintain the ship's gun control sta- tions, directors, and plotting rooms, . . . operate and repair the intricate and delicate fire control radar sys- tems and computing devices. cg. 'I ts X x I' . X -s , Q, . i . Q .1 . Ms-04 Wendell R., Jensen, Verlyn R., Johnson, Darryl D., Karns, Alford W., Kelly, John J., Krupka, Donald J., Langill, Henry D., Lawn, Francis T., Lockwood, Robert G., Leuellen, Terry L., Litten, Robert A., Martin, Eugene R., Martision, Robert C., Maher, Francis J., Massey, Richard M., McKay, Jerry L., Monroe, Vernon M., Moody, Clinton A., Moss, Ronald W., Nelson, Donn E., Nelson, Wm. J., Phillips, David C., Norlonder, Douglas M., Pagath, John G., Jr., Parker, Dale A., Petery, Russell A., Pink, William H., Rosenberger, Donald V., Salerno, Bernard J., ,. .X i 1 rs. .J Prichard, John C., Schubert, Ira A., Sexton, Ramon P., Short, Harvey J., Stewart E., Stolen, Robert A., Tamm, Clifford C., Theewitt, George G., Voloka, Edward V. Wagle Lawrence S.' Warner Milton C.' Wertz, Edwin B., Wendell, Richard D. West, 'Larence D., Williams, David E., Wllliams, Paul E., Wilson, Joe C., Woodruff' George E., Wittington, James C., Turner, W. D. E, M.,.,.,,,...,,.. ,'m1.-s-W' - ff 'fi -mm. U 1 6 W tb SWU" Activities , ff ,X DIVISION FDR's mystery men . . . the special weapons unit . . . highly skilled tech nicians working secretly with secret materials to do a secret job . . other crew members . . . and this is highly confidential information . doped out what the SWU's do so secretly in their secret spaces . u haven't discovered yet whether it's pinochle, gin rummy or poker. That, apparently, is a secret too. 5 l. w,"N'v if . . xx L! R X, sk' X X wwf :K wi -1" 5 AF - . i5"'f 2- J Q fer K L l fis-as gg? I. , W? , i T R X' Vw, V' -st Tw: ' SFS Q '35 V 1 Q., k,,. . iw? , . is V i tj,-,iv - X fl .mu-ls T g""'-1 MNA g"8v': I f a v e -,wwf 'X Q. ,QQ gi. we 12+ f 94" sf is Q P wifi, et f fe- X X 'Q ,ss-Ll KN: VN . W, Q ,, X, I I LQ 1 inf K N 4 Q -v: it DIVISION ROSTER .K .. .,v'l, 'lu "JR ' S' Wa My f fu, X Af, T4-'f Dubree, Harold Mason, LCDR., Quimby, Donald Roy, LTJG, Davis, Wendell fnl, Jr., LTJG., Law, Robert Firth, LTJG., Mays, John Charles, ENS., Gildrie, Courtland Joseph, CWO, McDaniel, Raymond Preston, CWO, Barker, Robert William, EMC, Bates, Lawrence inl, Jr., ETC, Cooper, Russell Warren, EMCA, Hendricks, Henry James, AOC, Catterall, John Denis, ET2, Cook, James Maxwell, GMI, Douglas, Thomas Edward, YNI, Eastburn, Robert -Sawyer, Jr,, AO2, Guy, James Roland, AOI, Kaigler, Joe Hunter, GMI, Keefer, Carl Laroy, ET2, Lambert, Douglas Leon, YN3, Leming, James Robert, EM2, Livington, Eugene inl, GMI, Powers, Kenneth Walter, ETI, Rasmussen, Stanley Arba, ET2, Robinson, Bertram Monroe, Ruth, John Frederick, AO2, Schnabel, Kenneth William, SN, Senko, Norman Edward, SK3, Sewell, James Fredric Donald, AOI, St. Onge, Leon Jerry, AO2, Taylor, Ralph Alexander, Jr., ETI, Tupper, William Fredrick, EM3, Turpin, Bobbie Van, GM2, Williams, Vern Franklin, SN. DIVISION UL 65 Q at ea I gc Although the Docs are fl , f 2? usually assoclated wrth Qcm ff -Q aches and pains thelr un sung campargns of pre ventlve medrcune, sanrt rffff SI tion, and elfflclent treat rnent have contributed materlally to the well be r lm, Q, :ng of the crew f7 i M Xi ,X Now lets have a look that athletes foot N' sf Q M V if .ff-"' ,: ml t DIVISION ROSTER Moms, Mason Inl, Jr, CAPT MC, Bennett, Paul Philemon, Jr, LT MSC, Faulk, ton, Maurnece Don, HM2, Young, John Francis, HM2, Baptrsta, Raymond Anthony, Lovell, Herbert Clay, HN, Mreyr, David Albert, HN, Peterson, Dale Roger, HN HMI, Legate, Leslle Samuel, HMI, Thomsen, Paul Davxd, HMI, Kingsbury, Bryant HM3, Goforth, Lawrence Darrell, HM3, Ward, John Emmett, HM3, Wesch, Emll Charles Joseph, Jr, SA Bush, HM2, Mentzer, Earl Hollrs, HM2, Schmudt, Fredrlck Inl, Jr, HM2, Temple Daniel, Jr, HM3, Wang, Ronald Matthew, HM3, Haddock, Boyd Allen, HN, gfevq. V lj, 765 V. Nw, I , f 5:3 1 Nw ,,.. 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DIV SION This outfit makes us comfortable . . . supplies us with luxuries most modern sailors ta-ke for granted . . . heating . . . air conditioning . . . refrigeration. A division maintains machinery in the laundry, tailor and dry cleaning shops, and in the commissary spaces, . . . oversees all engineering machinery located out- side the engineering spaces. X. ,M .,.....ie..hg.:,..,:..Q.'...:,..: ,.....,........4.--Q-X .a.,,....,......,,.....g.4.-...............,...,.........,........... .-,,...,1........:,,..,:,,.............. K KY, . . .- ., ., ..,..,.. -..,.... . . .. K K . ......X., -KKKK... XLwX . e ' X1XXX X - X- - 'K ' .. X . KK X. ,X X Y - K ' K' .c., - , K K ' .KK , K: .Ky K- .. K , , I 7 f 'Xa K K . - -- ,' 1' ' iv K- - K' .. Q. . 'Xf XX, .Xf.iKK, .X " . X. -X Mi, ' , ' xi. 'X XXK 1 1 X X K .. X' K ' XK ' ' X K' Tl X .SX f X f- K, K 'f'K..-' 577' X ' KLXX. - . KX for .KX X 'K F , X ,- X ,KX XK . .X X jg? 'K XE Xofvi I K.,ffX .K F 1 - , K K. f X.KK . K K K. X K. 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' X f - . - XK. ---X--- 'X DIVISION ROSTER Munger, Jack A., MM2, Pedersen, Earl W., MM3, Clifford, Terry D., FN, March, Kenneth, FA, Buchanan, George W., MMC, Clifton, William R., MMI, Radar, Gene M., MM2, Smith, Jerry R., MM3, Johnson, William L., MM3, McGinnis, Willie V., FN, Gordon, Earl A., FN, Andrews, Kenneth J., MMFN, Siegel, Lynn D., MMFN, Golden, David, MMFN, Honeyman, Roger B., FN, Toscano, Joseph V., FA, Minard, Donald L., MM2, Stowers, Douglas J., MM3, Wixson, Clark J., FN, Lewis, Billy J., FN, Harris, Clinton P., MM2, Hendersen, Kenneth J., MMFN, Smith, Sidney J., FN, Davis, Willie, FA, Fitzgerald, John E., MMC, Prine, Robert V., MMI, Cesena, Arnold B., MMI, Luettig, Leonard L., MM2, Lee, Herman M., MM2, Neese, Francis L., MM2, Watkins, Clyde W., MM2, Holden, Charles W., MM3, McAlvey, Gerald D., MM3, Watson, Ned, MMFN, Kidd, William, MMFN, Engen, David E., MMFN, Savel, William J., MMFN, Terrwillinger, Donny, FN, Mathis, Carnell E., FA, Milroy, Gordon L., SA, Petty, Donald E., FA, Foqg, Lester H., FA, Jones, Iris A., FN, Godwin, Norman W., SA, Sullivan, Billy M., FA, ...T . . ... J' ' A I ind Yogues, Jay, FN, Bradberry, Charles B., FA, Gibbons, Jon M., FA, Vetter, Joe H. MMFN, Ludwig, Lawrence C., FA, Montgomery, James T., MM2, Eriksen, George MM3, Boyd, Richard J., MM2, Haggerty, James A. Haggerty, MMFN, Romano James, FA, Covington, Thomas IB., M-RI, Willhite, Bee J., FN, Smirildi, Thomas M., MRFN, Hesser, Kenneth L., FN, Kochy, John P., MR2, Bounds, Amos, MR3, Braye, Roy M., MR3, Faircloth, James A., FN, Ballosh, Louis R., MRC, Frieden Earl D., MR2, Vanguro, Albert, FN, Robey, Kenneth R., FN, Mauney, Rayburn J. v- A.. ..---...--.,., -1-, . .-.. ., ,....,..... . ,... ,Q- 1' llx ,xy-f,.3 We f f,1'?fgJ1:t,,f' , V , Q, Y , . ,-so ,,.. Q V . ,, .., .V - f,-f. f, ,-,'- ., ...,, ' , V- - x fs' -Q' J .- " F g 1 - .. V f Q Q A .. . T 1 I l ' f i ' DIVISION ROSTER MR3, Terry, James W., MM2, Procon, Ronald E., FN, Morgan, Martin J., FA, Widick, Thomas L., FA, Brown, Gerald D., SA, Wage, Wayne B., MMFN, Elze, Lloyd A., FA, Bronco, Gerald, FA, Manchester, John E., FN, Nolen, 'Rodney L., MM2, Dean, Nathional J., FA, Young, Gordon A., FN, Watson, Charles T., FA, Frazier, James L., FA, Morgan, Carl L., MM3, Knox, Lloyd E,, FA, Mikkelson, Donald, MMFN, Corbin, Glen R., MMC, Weber, Jack D., MMFN, Ruess, Richard, MM3, Bongavani, Salvator, FN, Savino, Frank P., FN, Kolb, Louis, FN, James, Erisel F., FN, Barnes, William C., FN, Abrahamsen, Raymond, MM3, Baker, James 'Q N v 'V 2 me ,w-,sem, nn 1 iv? ge . 1 K I In Nil, ' is xf X' E., FN, Hennes, Donald, FA, Goucher, Charles E., FN, Shires, Donald D., FN, Brooks, Larry D., FA, Dorn, William M., MMI, Sullivan, Daniel T., FA, Walton, Patrick F., FN, Link, Robert M., FN, Bollinger, Robert E., FN, Tren, Leslie L., FA, Boyd, Clifford J., MMC, Manzer, Beeward J., MMFN, Kochera, Andy V., FN, Corder, John J., MM2, Tressler, Charles D., MMFN, Schmidlin, Arthur R., FA, Smelser, Vincent, FN, Richter, Charles H,, MM2, Cucien, Romulo O., FN, Plowden, William H., FN, Ferreira, Robert M., FN, Stevens, James D., MR3, Stork, Edward A., MM2, McDonald, Thomas C., MM2, Smith, William R., MMl, McAlvey, ll .4.w ...:,s-.-. . DIVISION ,Q ConHnued 1 . ll l Vern E., FN, Richardson, Dougherty, MM2, Lomark, David B., W., FA, Faith, Patrick J., FN, Larison, Fred A., FA, Smith, Taylor, Robert A., FA, Coleman, James R., FA, York, Jack John G., FA, McKinney, George H., FA, Solomon, Joe J., FN, MM3, Shelton, Bobby W., FA, Bohling, Bemard J., FN, Smith, Addis, John T., MMC, Collier, William C., MMI. FN, Roy, Richard Harold F., MMC, R., FA, Swenson, Murry, Goldman, Harold O., MM3, ...m,mmmJuwosaeuu6abeii-Sinai ""' -fn'x:L"' -fa. -n.-.-.f.2.f......-.W--- " -s.a.s s, :':zf .f:2fH::-552-1 4-Y " " -BLA, ,L , , ,A ,eg-be., -'- 1---L?,if?-2-ZA...-1. .-V --s -4 ' 11.1. , , I - ----- . , .-,....,,,,,...,,.5,,,,L,,,,,,.,T-......I..,.......-:': ..-. ,L .---....:.-..,4:-. ... ..g.. ......c .. .. . , DIVISION lt takes the largest division on the FDR-240 men - to nurse the l2 huge boilers which supply steam to the main propulsion turbines, turbogene- rators, evaporators, heating and air conditioning systems, and aircraft catapults. B division also turns sea water into fresh 'water for the boilers and for FDR's three-thousand residents, - has charge of fuel transfer and storage - doles out all tools, spare parts, and expendable supplies. i WL 'gs H , W - ,J . V ,,,,,,gw,,, im, ., , -K . , --- .. - i. A Q 5, BYO X S? x I N' i DIVISION ROSTER Alford, Glen R., Allen, Donald R., Amedee, Leonard J., Anderson, Michael E., Arnold, Merton W., Ashby, Newell R., Audette, Reynold J., Bailey, Courtney E., Baldwin, Leon C., Bartle, Gerald, Beecher, George R., Benton, Wilmer J., Bird, Thomas J., Blaser, Robert B., Blum, George W., Bolen, Ronald O., Bolin, William C., Borden, Lensey R., Brady, Billy J., Brown, George H., Brundege, Ted, Bryant, Richard, Bynum, Wesley V., Byrnes, Jerry J., Caldwell, Stuart N., Cannady, Howard P., Jr., Cannon, Benjamin C., Capps, Lymon, W., Carlson, 'Richard A., Carr, Charles W., Cartwright, William F., Carter, James F., Cecil, John M., Chamberlin, William T., Champaigne, Ronald J., Chapel, Ronald L., Chesebro, Fred L., Chidester, Vern D., Coleman, Joseph E., Comeau, William, Comprindo, U wiser K Frank C., Compton, David A., Conway, Thomas T., Cranford, Clarence, Crowder, Ferrell M., Diagrepont, John J., Dana, Wayne G., Darras, Manuel A., Davis, Jesse G., Davis, William H., Deleon, Jimmy C., Dixon, Douglas S., Dupont, Charles, East, Norman, Eidson, Roger D., Elliot, Franklin G., Farnsworth, Raymond L., Fath, William C., Fleenor, Lawrence E., Flinn, David R., Flurry, Louis D., Foltz, Jarome J., Freeman, Robert L., Frick, William C., Froehlich, Gerald F., Gay, Billy E., Gigante, Odell, Goff, David K., Godwin, Paul Q., Goodemote, Goss, Theodore C., Graham, Robert L., Gulczynski, Chester F., Gutierrez, George, Haarman, Karl F., Habeck, Vernon M., Hall, James., Hamilton, Bernard O., Harding, Charles W., Hargarves, Clyde L., Harless, James M., Harris, Bobby L., Harris, Robert P., I Q 41- 4' ff! sv sv as 1 1 Haston, James C., Helton, Hager ini, Hickey, Donald J., Hindal, Marvin O., Hishinuma, Harry T., Huffman, Jack L., Hunter, Richard l., Holsey, Milton E., Hood, Alford, Hopwood, John W., Householder, Billy D., Howard, William E., Howell, Joseph F., Hyder, Bobby E., Jackson, Thomas A., Johnson, Bruce A., Johnson, Bill, Johnson, Calvin Knl, Johnson, Robert L., Jones, Howard L., Kaderly, Roy, Keto, John E., Kinnett, Raymond G., Kintner, Frank G., Kowal, Andrew J., Kruppenbacher, Emmett A., Kuntz, Charles W., Langan, Paul J., Lange, Randolph E., Lambert, Sam J., Larrivee, Charles, Leclere, Allen, Lewis, Daniel, Linville, Darrell, H., Littles, Earl, Logan, Franklin M., Longamore, Donald F., Losoya, John A., Lucas, Willie, Lynch, Robert R., Mabe, Robert H., Mace, Larry R., Mann, 5'-.1. g .pi A1 it 522541 gee 'flii flip ' lief mg. Flju gfss. viii' iilifl Eiri-L mf, Rin 'vis nw M .mi 'iii lair lflil' eilw' ui. .A l iv r rn if ffl.: til vs, iff, . tes in fi:-. Lil, :ta isa, E35 . . J 5 llg. ll lil J l K l. Ev, .i i .zl W 1 50 1' ' msg sr mx, -2 r fi fr, J , ' 1 . J Q 5 .L :V FFL . if N R l v gt cg! lil.. f -. 5, I ,ff DIVISION ROSTER David L., Manning, Patrick J., Massingill, James R., May, Albert M., McLaughlin, Donald, MvClelIon, James D., McClusky, Albert L., McGIory, Andrew ini, Men- diola, David, Merton, Bruce G., Miller, Walter ini, Miller, William K., Moore, Gordon L., Moore, John L., Morales, Telesforo lnl, Nelson, Clifford N., Newsom, S. T. Leinz, Nicely, James R., Norris, Talamadoe, Norton, Clifford C., Otero, Lloyd H., Obrien, John L., Padron, Charles, Pagacian, Jutso R., Parker, Clarence, Pat- terson, Charles L., Perez, Joaquin M., Phillips, Clyde, Pierce, William D., Pierce, Harold W., Pigg, Haston L., Pinnell, Lester E., Pinnell, Parker S., Pitre, Robert J., Pitts, Martin B., Plantier, Phillip R., Poe, Donald F. J., Porter, David W., Pot- hast, Ronald L., Powers, Duane E., Proffitt, Charles K., Pruneda, Amador N., Pultz, Chester, Purcell, Robert L. Quest, Dale W., Rassman, Joseph T., Rees, Thomas D., Repp, James P., Reve, Ben A., Robertson, Donald W., Robinson, Robert L., Rodwell, William lnl, Ruhl, Robert F., Rylant, Evie A., Salinas, Genaro, Schrader, Fronk M., Sieler, Victor, Simmons, William F., Smith, Gerald E., Smith, Jerry A., Smith, Harold E., Smith, Rex A., Snyder, Carl F., Soiney, Ronald W. Stoebe, Jerry J., Summers, Joe, Ewaim, Lester O., Swanteson, John W., Swartz, Gary L., Swift, Spencer A., Swonger, Benard, Taylor, Charles E., Terrell, Wallace J., Thew, Donald G., Threkeld, Jesse E., Thomas, George S., Thompson, Curtis N., 'Q . sg ,v cm..--......,,,..a Thurman, Robert D., Torok, Frank F., lll, Tschabold, Roy F., Turnbull, John J., Turner, Arthur, Tysko, Stanley P., Underhill, Kenneth S., Uptain, Arthur P., Van Winkle, Carlons E., Watson, Charles lnl, Weaver, Kenneth, Wegner, John F., Jr., Wells, Russell E., Wiese, Franz R., Williams, Morris S., Williams, Oscar O., Wilmes, Clifford, Wilson, Alton R., Wilson, Billy G., Winkler, Charles E., Wiser, Clarence S., Wood, Richard K., Yarbrough, Frank J., Yates, Wayne H., Yoast, Robert L., Young, James J., Zepf, Joseph F., Andrade, Joseph, Jr., Brown, Elva E., Lucero, Orlando F., Smith, Dovid L. . -- Q, ,ww-..L.J,,..L,,,:." . . . DIVISION The local telephone and electric com- pany - world's best - because it sends out no bills - handles ship's lighting and electrical power--mai-n- tains all interior communications systems and equipment. DIVISION ROSTER if ,,- Golden, W. O., Wager, C. E., Ewert, A. inl, Solomon, R. H. McCranie, R. L., F. S., DeCaroIis, L. R., Shirley, C. E., Koon, D. P., Hicks, J. M., Haselmaier, J. Sears, B. E., Burch, G. W., Law, D. F., Schoening, D. P., Krawszyk, W. W., R., Harrison, W. N., Renken, H. F., Pegau, R. E., Anderson, C. E., Roper, J. G., Hamsley, C. E., Dolen, D. W., Miles, T. W., Henderson, C. E., Lambros, W. T., Murrah, J. H., McRae, R. A., Stephenson, S. J., Kowlok, G. W., Cehura, W., Beggs, M. R., Petey, R. J., Foederer, D. W., Frost, E. C., Muirhead, L. R., Lyda, Reynolds, R. G., Newberry, D. C., Richardson, C. W., Erickson, T. D., VanZandt, D. H., Borcher, V. L., Gormany, J. P., Marino, T., Harrington, A. L., Hatford, C. A., Ebert, R. E., Smith, N. E., Young, R. D., Sikes, R. E., Silva, A. S., Jr., ll f - 1' .ps M1 3 . I S lf, v Q Y 1 I 5 V 4 -ik Riddle, W. G., O'Banion, E. V., Abemathy, J., Galloupe, E. E., Morris, F., Men- denhall, M. D., Kessler, L. R., Schuller, A. B., Thompson, H. E., Vance, J. D. Gullette, J. R., Bingham, R. L., Mead, S. R., Sharp, C. L., Chapman, J. L., Smith' N. E., Smith W. H., Boner, R. L., Dornan, M. C., Ash, W. L., Armstrong, R. R. Barron, G., Bergerson, A. C., Blanton, R. C., Bodrado, J. J., Boots, R. R. E. --- -Q, 1 rl' ul 'I' 3' ull .. f 5, J J s 'I f' X f I . . it T fi il i. . T ik 1 K ly W g Ts J gl' JL - il l X I Y I Z Q ' ' F ,b 4 4 'r 5. ? M . 5 jr k ": l L 1 it . 5 Ngg:2r,' :L .Mg fi .,. M X K. 4: . ' ,- A , 'T I- V 5, ,,. J: U -" " DIVISION ROSTER Boudreaux, P. J., Chose, P. W., Cox, J. H., Creger, D. F., Frame, P. K., Graff, P H.' Gowie A' Hill T. O ' Hoult D. L' Klin er D. R ' Lieras W. W' Love ren 1 1 -1 1 -1 1 f1 9 1 -1 1 -1 Q 1 R. C., Marcoux, L. J., Miller, C. E., Mitchell, H. A., McAnnaIIy, B., Molley, J. J., Nygren, G. L., Olson, H. R., Peden, H. I., Richardson, J. L., Rizzo, J. F., Stewart, C. D., Rowe, Wm., Sancricca, P. L., Shellnutt, J. O., Sigmon, B. R., Thomas, C. lnl, Thompson, J. D., Follett, J. L., Vecchio, E., Walker, R. E., Ward, L. A., Whyte 1 Y 2? S. J., Wiener, M., Willage, C. E., Williams, B. E., McLemore, B., Almond, R., Cherry, R. P., Breeden, R. J., DeLao, R. R., Goodnight, T. B., Grimes, R. O., Bennett, C. P., Hudson, M. B., Cartner, C. G., Humphrey, T. L., Wright, E. R., Crowley, C. R., Baker, R. C., Hobbie, W. R., Sopovits, P. E., Green, E. T., Floyd, E. E., McGill, D. A., Genske, R. B., VanBuskirk, H. L., Weycker, A. A., Russell, ,VRV kv gfxz. 3 lg N ' . Q I i ,, -3 w . . , 1 . - ,fs L Glennon, J. B. R. K., Hennan Schulze, D. H.: Rodriguez, A. A. F., George, H. L., Desoto 1 1 FP' V7 3 ' 'Qt 1. x --ny DIVISION Continued Ili R "3 G' Mi. y. , Y L , ..., mo.. me l " Y f""'-1 ' 1, E., Whiddon, W. T., Meadows, W. I., Davis H. 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E., Bobo, Bobby C., Bogosh, Roger, Bowman, Ronald E., Briener, Lawerence A., Brock, Larry W., Bromsey, Floyd N., Jr., Brown, Jimmie S., Brown, Larry K., Brown, Otha D., Buckner, James E., Buckner, Wendell R., Burle- son, Davie W., Butler, Homer R., Butler, John E., Cairns, John L., Carrillo, Paul N., Carroll, William N., Cecil, Calvin R., Chesser, Adral E., Clark, Edward R., Claussen, Roger D., Coiro, Carmine C., Collison, William R., Collins, Waldo L., Conklin, Robert W., Cosselman, Roy G., Coulter, Roy E., Courteau, John T., Craig, Leonard N., Cullen, Joseph W., Currie, John P., Danial, Worthy C., Dasceno, Anthony N., Davidson, John J., Davis, James, Davis, Raliegh P., Dawkins, Jerry D., Delong, Russell D., Denning, Paul R., Douglas, Charles M., Dunn, Winston N. Durman, Mahlon R., Edge, James W., Ehoff, Wilbert F., Eisert, Richard L., Es- pinoza, Rudolph N., Evans, Burley N., Everhart, Ted G., Fleming, Charles V., Flem- ing, William L., Freeman, Robert C., Fumuso, Joseph R., Galvan, Frank D., Gaito, Michael A., Galbraith, Thomas J., Gallegos, Gregorio, Jr., Goff, Robert J., Guinan, John F., Jr., Gutierrez, Jesse J., Hall, Charles E., Hall, Donald L., Hall, Donald R., Henning, Jan L., Hipps, John D., Hoerauf, Duane E., Holden, Dwight R., Holmes, James A., Holmes, John T., Jr., Huffine, Harold D., ldema, Thomas M., lzzie, Rudolph R., Jackoviok, Thomas J., Jarvis, Chester E., Jarvis, Richard G., Jerome, . .., , ' ' 5- - .I I Raymond J., Johnson, James E., Jones, Ronald, Jordon, Herbert N., Jubenville, Richard J., Just, Richard A., Kingsland, Claude F., Knight, Hurbert R., Kuenzler, Arnold P., Kyle, Ronald L., Lamkin, Laverne A., Langston, Buck D., Lee, Glen T., Lee, Robert N., Letlore, William N., Lewis, Marvin J., Lindhurst, Charles H., Lloyd, Joe E., Long, Marshall W., Lujan, Orlando F., Lundy, Foy F., Lunsford, James J., Macias, Earique N., Martin, Gerald W., Massey, Charles F., Maynard James D., McGilly, Donald E., McGlenn, Ralph N., McWhirter Douglas, Meze, Theodore G., Middleton, James M., Morehead, Donald G., Morrical, Howard H., Morris, Willie L., Mose, John D., Mosley, Whitted E., Newron, Reginald L., Nor- zagaray, Richard A., Oakley, Harold, O'Neil, John E., Pederson, Duane E., Pennl, .54 , 3 !,'. . r 4 , . . : . , . , 351 DIVISION ,gym I Q A at .aft f ROSTER Dean F., Perry, Danny E., Pleasant, Jack R., Price, Doyle N., Pruitt, Marvin W., Radke, Robert J., Roberts, Gene B., Rodiguez, Roberto N., Reed, Cye C., Reed, Thomas T., Reissener, Dean R., Riddick, James D., Robertson, William E., Rowe, Robert E., Russel Henry L., Ryan, Vincent J., Salling, Edward H., Salzano, Michael, Scott, Robert L., Seabrook, Harold L., Seagraves, Ray L., Seeley, Keith L., Shirar, Kenneth C., Sheridan, James J., Sine, Walter G., Skipper, Roy D., Songer, David A., Snyder, Donald R., Spencer, Donald E., Steel, John B., Stump, Robert O., Tatum, Homer L., Thompson, Lester D., Thomas, Willard A., Truiillo, Bernie F., Van Dyke, E., Van Pelt, Ronald R., Vice, Richard C., Villarreal, Elias H., Vittum, Larry P., Ward, Gary A., Watson, Doyle R., Wheelis, Ralph N., Whitten, Richard E., Wiggins, Charles R., Wildermood, William A., Wilkes, Wallace S., Williams, George W., Wilson, Sanford N., Winkley, Albert D., Wodkins, Raymound M., Wylie, Darrell G., Young, Clarence R., Ziegler, Jim D. ,.,-- 'fini e 5 "X-...-. . A. 'Q 2,59 f.gg5,:.. 4 'xv . t . gg t Yi' .. ,QNX s . 11 . 2 1,53 4? f' vi .4 if fl , , Q X -' ' f A. f - - f .......,--4..:,sw,,4.g4.L.. ...,.,g...4........-... ....s......4..-.......,..........-.. . . .. ..-.........,....--., ......-c..-..... DIVISION FDR's personal physicians -- they protect against damage - treat her illness when something does go wrong. Most of the doctors' work is routine - compartment air testing, checking ventilation sys- tems, weighing CO2 bottles - but it's highly es- sential to FDR's health in case of crisis -- R division men also work as pipetitters, metalsmiths and car- penters - all dedicated to keeping FDR's hull and plumbing systems in good repair. DIVISION ROSTER Abersold, T. W., ME3, Ash, Robert R., ME3, Bryant, Charles E., FA, Briggman Bernard P., FN, Brosier, David O., Jr., DCI, Butler, Arthur V., FP3, Bulat, Jerry M. DC3' Bivins Marion E. ME3' Beall Jack L., FP3, Barrett, Cecil C., ME3, Carlson, Harlam L.,'DC3, Carrbll, kenneth' W., FN, Cass, Charles N., FP3, Chamberlin John L., FA, Chaney, Truman, FA, Coleman, James K., ME3, Cook, Tommy, FPFA, Cunningham, Raymond N., ME3, Dalton, Howard V., FA, Daniels, William M. 1 YNSN' David B. Lamanle, FA, Dequise, Paul R., DCFA, Dodson, Edgar L., FA, Dumas, Arthulr A., DC3, Drozdzewski, Robert J., FN, Emery, Leroy, DC3, Erskine Ralph W., FN, Farley, Jess W., MEC, Farrell, John J., MEFN, Fillman, Jerry P. MEFN' Garlow Duane H., FPFN,.Gholson, Thomas E., FP3, Gilomen, Floyd A. FA, Glasgow, 'John B., FP3, Gomach, John D., FN, eacknngs, Robert E., mf Gustin, James R., FA, Graham, Donald W., DC3, Gross, Michael, FA, Haussler, 1 1 Marvin C., FPFN, Harden, Paul E., DCI, Harrison, Charles A., DC3, Heid, Fred E., MEFN, Hoag, Robert J., FN, Hollis, Francis, MEC, Horne, Johnny M., FN, Howard, Joseph L., ME3, Jackson, Lagar H., FA, Jackson, Curtis A., DCC, Jack- son, Neil H., FN, Jenkins, Franklin D., DC2, Johns, Rodrich R., FA, Jones, Jack E., FA, Kephart, Donald, FN, Kemp, Alfred R., FA, Kephart, Donald E., FN, Kruger, Darwin W., FN, Kilgor, Ray E., FA, Landman, Herbert L., FN, Lavernz, R oxv xsx 1:31-x Wu f Ms xxx xv J,dl' DIVISION Connnued M. X .fSS.S .so LR f. ea. i . if . K 3 L DIVISION ROSTER Emil D., FA, Long, Lewis M., FP2, Lowery, Jesse B., YNSN, Lewis, FN, Lynch, George F., FPl, Malone, James W., FA, Manning, John A., Nathan Y., DCFN, McAllister, Anthony E., FA, Manosso, Dale O., FN, ini, FN, Omurdough, Wilson O., FA, Miller, Harry W., FP3, Mills, MEl, Nixon, Thomas lnl, DC3, Odom, Clarance lnl, FN, Pedersen, FN, Parker, Samuel lnl, FA, Prirnwhere, Ronald D., FA, Reeves, J Howard E., FA, Mason, Moss, Billy Arthur M., Willard C., ohn B., FN, Ricotta, Sebastian C., FN, Rice, Carl L., FN, Rivera, Jose G., MEFN, Roberts, Sammie T., FA, Rounds, Leonard R., FN, Ropson, Thomas J., FA, Rose, Virgel D., FN, Rosen, Stanley ini, DCI, Rowland, Robert E., FN, Savarese, Louis ini, FPl, Saxon, Jack L., FA, Schilbe, Henry G., FPC, Sears, James D., ME3, Small, William C., ME2, Smith, David M., FP3, Smith, Harry B., DCC, Sonosky, Robert A., FA, Sowden, Tommy A., FA, Stogner, Lawrence, FN, Strickland, Floyd W., FA, Surdick, Anthony F., FPFA, Swift, Warren G., DC3, Taylor, Edwin R., FN, Tilghman, Donald R., MEC, Umble, Roger J., ME2, Wantlin, George N., FN, Word, Robert L., DC3, Welmers, Martin J., FN, Williams, Coy S., FP3, Williams, Ronald D., FA, Winslow, Marvin M., FN, Winingar, John R., FA, Westfall, Alvin D., FA, Wood, Steve T., DC3, Wymore, Donald D., SN. 3 A , - ,, - 4- ,-3 '...l.....,. .. ......,... ....... . ........4 .. ... 11"-'rf .r5E:.2,zE.Ehg:5..q.:...-A. . . i'gfg5gijsj.pj.jaj.g.j.,:gzgzj,:njqq.ggjfjg5j.ggrjQ.:.pg.jgli:Z'3:g:64ZrE4I:Z:ZfZ','Z-1-2iALilii.i'Z'ZQ:l-.:.z.:.:.s:.:.A.gx.w.:.-.'.'.:.:.':-.'.'.'.'.'.' 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'fl 5235 E 114 Kg, 'il 'iii HM 1: lf? E111 3- an fi J' ii' E M L5 X rl gn: .fi il I-4 ff' fi gil .. F zz fb 'ers iff 1 ll his .fi na ll! fl Qi? If fi 555' 5:1 :F lf. 55 32 ... 7351 2 55: - , L. V 4 L ........ ,.- near. ..,. . .... . -.... Y, Y sp ,. ' S"'1 DIVISION Montgomery 'Ward and Sears have nothing on the "-key" men when it comes to merchandising. lf you need something, put in a 307 and if the folks in S-l don't have it, they'll get it for you. Anyone want a crated airplane wing or an arctic face mask? No, Junior, NlS are not the initials of the Supply Officer. K4 TZ? 5? Saw ici ff' r-ei t- gf, A -A fr S X gi? ls? A A y gf 5 fs ' r. 'ea A 1 J V ' - 1 V ,f n .S .CJR 1 31-A ,., 91 i Q 7' 9 L I - .. -Q..-R X I New-W. .. ,nge A 1 if . i ' Y, 1 EQ S -I . , V -, A v Y J T-qi A . J I f ' H i f 're - ff A at 'Q AA? J - .V g 5' 5-1 ' A QQ, V' ' 11 A , ' Y 1 X A 4' 73" 4 g 1 i - . 'l . ,I 1 45 . J K 1 -.FA Q 6 ' ...f.....g:-Q N .1 .. usa-M . - .. itxk.,t . . .- .. .. 2. is -. -- V DIVISION ROSTER Harris, V. J., Jr., CDR, Eldridge, P. W., LCDR., Pillar, LT., Prichard, B., LTJG. White R. G LTJG' Read, F. L., LTJG., Hunter, E. W., SK2, Duvall, F. L., SK3 Morehead ri' K. AK3' Masters, v. H., AK3, Pledger, T. R., SKSN, Kesfef, w., Jr., SN, Ale, ii., SN,'Richdrdson, L. B., AN, women, D. I., AN, Menon, w. J., AN, Pu per J B Jr SA' Bassore D. J., SA, De Forrest, J. E., SN, Sinkey, D. R., SKl Goidnef, -M.,4SK3,l sroweiif Ravm, L. H., SN, vide, M. J., SN, De wan, L. B., ...anew K -..vm 1 SN: Smith. S.. Jr.. SN: Zimmerman. J. G.. SKSA: Keller. E. D.. SN: Marshall - C. D., AK3, Ashley, E., SK2, Pollack, W. E., SKSN, Houston, V. A., SKSN, Monk I J. W., SA, Davis, L. J., SA, Cassell, T. J. SKSN, Montoya, B. C., SKSN, Dyrness T A SN' Young, C. G., SN, Lessard, K. A., SK3, Sergerson, J. E., SN, Field K. C., SK3, Zeno, W. J., SK3, Patterson, J. H., SA, Harmon, W. B., SKSN, Fonda T. G., SK3, Hyde, M. D., AK3, Love, V. L., AK2, Jackson, B. W., AK3, Stein shauer, B. L., AK3, Beaty, G. D., AK3, Mac Neil, D., AK3, Brandt, R. J., AK3 H th. H. W. AK3, Towery, J. R., AKC, Livingston, C. C., AKC, Knox, H. T. orva , , . . ., , SAI Slflfefr T-, SKC! Doskivich, D- M-, ANI Wood. P- A-, ANI -l0l1"1Sf0f', W. B-, W. E., SK2, Nordness, R. J., SKSN, Clemons, C. R., SN, Hargrove, W. R., SA AN, Panarisi, O. J., AN, Forker, A. L., AN, Collins, D. M., AKAN, Zimmerman, Walker, C. E., SN, f . :xiuihff 1 1 - - L . is 1 - 1 ' -11152525 R-1' '. ,tin 295-.Iii Fitlila-15!.'li!iI?!ELfWl ..9i1?Y1- ' ' -:zmmarebu .fem --,J - -3555-755,':5'L'X1"'755555"'2,'1'5HEHE sn. A - .-. .. ...H . nnm.sf.:fs5551:,,,.. ..-M-+ .'-nf:-.-.,'.f. - f.:f5'fL -5 1 -- - --W'f?k2se'fH- -522-Ns.-Egwf -A A H fffff2eaztL'QL1..v ..... f,:f.1.e.4. mm. Lmm .. sf'-1 .mfs-.:f,.s-,re.:..x52vf, 'F-'xI-.'I1Y"2f"'.x:""""' f!SE'ii"1.Huix " " st E. 1 .. f'3 rf S'2 DIVISION From Bremerton to Mayport, the commissary division prepared and served 957,000 pounds of food to the crew. Good cooking? You bet! Maybe not quite like mother's5 but Mom didn't have to fry 600 dozen eggs for one breakfast or make 400 pies for one dinner. A 1. DIVISION ROSTER Howe, Robert E., CHSUPCLK5 Otto, Roger E., CSC5 Allen, Joe L., SA5 Baker, Donald H., CS35 Ball, Wesley T., CS25 Baumgartner ,Glen.A., CS35 Birk, Frank L., CS25 Blassingame, Henry A., CS35 Bradley, James P., CS25 Briscoe, Alfred E., CS35 Chouinard, Wilfred G., SN5 Cole, Raymond R. B., CS35 Coleman, James W., Jr., CS25 Collins, Richard S., CSI5 Cooper, Harold R., CS25 Crain, Robert H., CSI5 Dworicki, Alfred lnl, CSl5 Dodson, George A., CSSN5 Fahrney, Robert J., CSI5 Ferguson, Donald R., CS25 Fortuna, Sheldon A., CS35 Gilbert, Curtis W., SA5 Green, Ludy C., CSC5 Grubbs, L. J., CS35 Guillot, John P., SA5 Harper, Johnie F., Jr., CSI5 Harris, Robbie J., SA5 Harper, Rommie E., SN5 Hayden, James E., CS2' 1 Hicks, Dale C., CS25 Hobbs, Archie T., SN5 Horsley, Thomas V., CSG25 Haven, Sidney E., SA5 Howell, Carl F., CS35 Jividen, Dillard P., CSSA5 Johnson, Claude W., SN5 Johnson, James lni, SN5 Jones, Prentice D., SN5 La Batte, Wayne P., SN5 Lee, Jerome lni, SN5 Lee, Wilmer B., CS35 Littleton, Mickey C., SA5 Lockman, William, Jr., SN5 Marlotty, Philip J., SN5 Mazur, Chester John, CS25 Meade, Charlie W., SN5 Mick, William R., CS35 Monahan, John R., CS35 Monike, Ray F. T., SA5 Morgensen, Walter R., SN5 Morris, Jimmie D., CS35 Neff, Robert E., CS25 Paul, William C., SN5 Petitfils, Don M., SN5 Plowman, James l., SN5 Prince, David Allen, CSSA5 Putnam, Thomas M., SN5 Rary, Robert L., CSGSN5 Reynolds, Charles E., CSI5 Robertson, James M., CSI5 Seil, Gory Revol, CSSN5 Shook, Kenneth D., SN5 Somers, Eugene L., SA5 Smith, Corbett W., CS25 Snow, Thomas J., CS35 Stephenson, Carroll lni, C525 Sterling, Victor L., SA5 Strickland, Roy A., CSC5 Svoboda, Ronald D., SN5 Talley, Richard M., CSI5 Thompson, Frank W., CSSN5 Torrence, Hansel lni, Jr., SA5 Torres, Willie ini, SA5 Tucker, Johnny L., CS25 Urias, Howard E., CS25 Walker, Billie C., SN5 Wart, Darwin W., CS35 Weaver, J. B., CS25 Werth, Paul N., Jr., SN5 Williams, Virgil O., CS25 Van Cleef, George M., SA5 Green, Norval E., SN5 Hureta, R. G., CSI. T .,. - .,, ....4-r'-I-nu-nn' JK" ""'t...4 fr-,nf ' '-.,. jj ... X , ii, va it DIVISION ROSTER Albers, Lee H., SA, Holmes, James E., GMSN, Peulemine, Robert J., AN, Forrest, Roy F., MRFN, Reed, Joseph E., GMSN, Riddle, William G., FN, Wootton, Donald I., AN, Ussery, James T., SN, Oldaker, Clyde L., SA, Losoya, John A., FN, Friend, Charles R., SN, Otero, Lloyd H., FA, Hoult, Donald L., FA, Perry, Danny E., FA, Sweat, Arthur J., SA, Morris, Willie L., FA, Rogers, Louis, AA, Davis, -L -4- s.. The mess cooks . . . composed of men from all the ship's divisions . . . do the rugged work in the crew's galley . . . set up mess benches, serve food, wash dishes, and keep the galley spotless. if August H., AN, Polacics, Gabriel S., AN, Brewington, Ernest L., PVT., Ryan, Chester J., AN, Loise, Albert, FA, Galbraith, Thomas, FN, Heere, William A., AN Lincoln, Albert F., AN, Harris, Robert S., AN, Theodore, Paul, FA, Claussen, Roger D., FA, Mullett, James E., SN, Murphy, Girouard J., AA, Fowler, Gary D. AN, Nick, Richard F., AN, Alnold, Howard Wesley, SN, Knippendorf, August G. or . vs. Ls- S"'2 DIVISION MAA . . . Messmen Ig? 4 1' ff 'G Vg J . l 1 I A f la. I 'SHQUM 95 SA, Dunnam, Von O., Pfc., Russell, Larry D., Ptc., Calder, David I., AA, Forst- bauer, George W., AA, Weaver, Kenneth W., FA, Seahorn, J. C., AN, Sonosky, Robert A., FA, Dios, Arthur A., SA. . X Q , . i 5 X . .. 1..f I .X... fs V", S. 7 Q sill Q ,A .ff 3' Xl Y .gf . J'i A A DIVISION ROSTER Christopher, Robert N., LTJG., Adams, Glenn R., SA, Adams, Horace N., SH3, Alderman, Ralph V., SN, Archuleta, Frank lnI, SA, Archuleta, Richard B., SA, Augustus, Robert D., SH3, Beasley, Marvin E., SN, Bennett, Roland R., Jr., SA, Brasher, Tonyny W., SA, Brown, James lnI, SN, Burris, Jack B., SA, Burt, Arthur P., SN, Condell, Oscar J., SA, Chapman, George K., SH2, Cheuring, Harold L., Jr., SA, Clark, Louis B., SH2, Cole, Jerry E., SH3, Convay, Glen D., SH2, Daniels, Wallace E., SA, Darbonne, Leon lnl, SA, Decker, Glen W., SN, Derenburger, Sidney E., SH2, Freeman, Gerald C., SH3, Garrett, Billy A., SN, Gaudette, William R., SA, Gillespie, James K., SH3, Gilreath, Tommy S., SH3, Granberry, Y., .if Kermit D., SA, Hare, Patrick S., SN, Harrison, Malcolm lnl, SA, Hasselden, Henry D., SH3, Hedrick, Everett L., SN, Helmbrecht, William lni, SA, Holt, Donald R., SA, Hughett, Mack C., SA, Jones, Edwin E., SN, Jones, John S., 'SA, Kapanagian, George M., SH3, Keene, Howard W., SH2, Kelley, Clarence E., SHI, Kinney, Donald lnI, SA, Lamonte, John L., SA, Lee, Mallon L., SA, Levingston, Willy J., SN, Lewis, Alford E., SHI, Linely, Ronald L., SA, Long, Forest D., SH3, McAllister, Ronald D., SHSN, Mikolaizyk, Harry lnl, SK3, Montgomery, Albert J., SA, Nation, John W., SH3, Pellens, Ronald R., SN, Perine, Richard R., SH2, Phillips, Elwood H., SH2, Pitts, Benjamin H., SN, Rooney, Willard P., SH3, Sasser, Billy E., SN, Simmons, James W., SH2, Smith, Harris R., SHCA, Spicer, Freddie, Jr., SA, Stabile, Patrick J., SH2, Staples, James V., SA, Swenson, Marvin R., SN, Taylor, Clinton R., SA, Taylor, Gerald E., SH2, Thomason, Bobby B., SA, Valim, John A., SA, Ward, Billy G., SA, Wells, Paul D., SKSN, Wilbanks, Arvin J., SA, Williams, Clarence W., FN, Burns, Robert T., SKI, Harper, W. S., SA, Platt, R. C., SA, Manak, Grady A., FA, Kidd, John D., SA, Maestas, Robert lni, FA, Area, Thomas lni, AA, Gary, Melvin B., Stocking, Richard. 05? be A X M ex vix.i wiyax 5 13.4 -S Y N 1 I 1 ., . , f A SQQE Sf ' x r ' ' Y ill sl sz: 11- 4,5 fe., vflfmy. jf, - x l E if VSV' -vis-wg, . Q ,AH ' 5' 'li' 'X , V Pm. DIVISION ROSTER , .QSSS . -f q.f 5 lvkiafijzsgex' . S ff 4' s. I f 5 f 4 5 ? We S v 3 Fa . X . I 'f ' i f N I IS . I' Q. 1 S ' -.9 tx' ix S . 2 4 S' I I S 1 R .Y . , m . 1 . ,X 7 3 :iff 15 , wi . ' ' ,417 . ...P ,gli-"" I N--f - q 1 - 29, S K I mg Nga- kgs,-sasl-.ixis in - .. - eg -- XTiZ,xNAllzNXsQ i- T , -eg X fp ' 1 1 .. xx., ew. . -. .X A 13ti..:.-:-NA - -ifyf. . Qi 1 X X X 2 X X - el Ns . 2- -Sami-1.5m-'N 5 sf . I. , SQ S K N, Y 5 5 XX I zsis.ffj: fl? eww ...six Q Q il. . raises M I Qkfx Q wink 'ix MQNwff5i- I x! ,,. ...W , A 'LU' xmqnip, ., x. 'UK . QQ. '--I Alsaker, Allan E., SN, Alire, Jose A., SN, Hickam, James R,, DKCQ Klocke, Tony G., SN: Lapp, Edward C., DK3g Newell, Hallan C., SN, Donald E., DKIQ Shirley, Charles E., DKIQ Spurgin, Charles T., DK2, Stock, Ronald G., DK35 Weeks, Johnnie L., DKSNQ Wilson, William A., ENS. S"5 DIVISION Officers' cooks and stewards make up S-5 division . . . these men prepare and serve meals, keep officers rooms clean and neat, and maintain the wardroom and officers' lounge. DIVISION ROSTER Visser, Cornelius H., ENS., Abucejo, Carlos ini, Afileje, Francisco N., Aliviado, Candelario L., Anderson, Frank lnl, Jr., Arguilla, Beniamin Q., Banez, Norberto B., Bames, Vergie L., Basilio, Rafael ini, Belocura, Marino ini, Blay, Herbert M., Bratton, Calvin C., Brown, Dove lnl, Careey, Irving lnl, Ill, Chodwell, Eugene lnl, Chenault, Lloyd ini, Conner, Chester ini, Cornel, Albino ini, Crawford, Jerry W., Dalanan, Bernardo ini, David, Crispiniano ini, Davis, Eddie R., De Guzman, Mervin A., Del Carmen, Cecilio lnl, Dorsey, Charles E., Echols, Harry l., Ferma, Pepe C., Ferrer, Peter A., Fields, Freddie J., Galito, Ernie lnl, Giron, Hernani F., Grubbs, Maso ini, Homles, Benjamin ini, Howard, Ozice ini, Hudson, John E., Isaac, Generoso R., Jauco, Alejandro S., Jimenez, Augustin M., Jimenez, Rolando M., Johnson, Joe D., Johnson, Samuel W., Johnson, Walter E., Johnson, Walter H., Law, Lincoln O., Lester, Dessie "B", Lewis, James E., Magos, Florentino L., Mauricio, Florencio J., Meneses, Bernardo ini, Mena, Roman C., Mitchell, Elmer ini, Miranda, Marciano T., Navalta, Ricardo ini, Nenez, Manuel L., Ortiz, Lorenzo M., Owens, Jesse B., Phillips, Charles E., Ragsdole, Ozen C., Randell, Walter J., Rosal, Juanito M., Sanchez, Catalino S., Sharp, Ulyssee ini, Shine, Lawrence J., Stearnes, Earl L., Turner, Arthur E., Williams, Benjamin ini, Williams, John L. 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