Franklin D Roosevelt (CVA 42) - Naval Cruise Book

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He attended schools in Oak- dale, Louisiana band Jennings, Louisiana and graduated from Univer it f S h L June 1936. s y o out western ouisiana at Lafayette, Louisiana in After graduation from U-SL he entered flight training at Pensacola, Florida as an Aviation Cadet. He completed flight train- ing in December 1937 following which he reported to the Aviation Unit of the cruiser USS BOISE. In May 1940 he returned to Pensacola as a Flight Instructor. Upon outbreak of World War II he was ordered as Executive Officer of an Anti-Submarine Squadron operating out of Naval Air Station New York. In July 1942 he assumed command of an Anti-Submarine Squadron operating out of Cape May, New Jersey. In November 1943 he assumed command of Torpedo Squadron Fifteen which was based aboard the aircraft carriers, HORNET, ESSEX AND BUNKER HILL in the Pacific Theater in 1944. He retained command of this squadron until it was de- commissioned in Hawaii in November 1945. Q 1 I A He served as Assistant Director of Personnel, Bureau of Aeronautics from January 1946 to July 1947. He was a student at the General Line School Newport from July 1947 to July 1948 after which he was Commander Carrier Air Group Fifteen in the Pacific for 18 months. He was Air Operations Officer on the Staff of Carrier Division Three in the Pacific from March 1950 to May 1951 participating in the initial operations in the Korean War. He served as Special Plans Officer for Commander Seventh Fleet in connection with the Inchon landing in September 1950. In June 1951 he returned to Washington to serve for two years as Assistant Branch Head for Aviation Plans and Programs in the Office of the Chief of Naval L Operations. He attended the Naval War College July 1953 to June 1954 after which he served for 18 months as Executive Officer of the aircraft carrier TICON- DEROCA operating in the Atlantic and Mediterranean. He served as Budget Officer for Deputy Chief of Naval Operations fAirJ from February 1956 to June 1958 after which he was Fleet Logistics Officer for Commander in Chief Pacific Fleet for two years. Upon leaving this assignment he assumed com- mand of the fleet oiler ASHTABULA operating in the Pacific and in November 1961 he assumed command of the aircraft carrier SARATOGA operating in the Atlantic and Mediterranean. In November, 1962, he became Chief of Staff to Commander Carrier Division FOUR fRear Admiral John J. Hylandj and served in that capacity for 18 months. I In June, 1964, he reported to the Office of Chief of Naval Operations as Assistant Director Long Range Objectives Group. Upon promotion to Rear Admiral in August, 1965, he assumed duties as Assistant Chief of Field Support, Bureau of Naval Weap- ons, which post he held until December, 1966. On 21 December 1966, Rear Admiral Lambert assumed command of Carrier Division SIX while CARDIV SIX was embarked in the USS INDEPENDENCE QCVA-62j which was deployed to the Mediterranean with the Sixth Fleet. While deployed with the Sixth Fleet, Rear Admiral Lambert also assumed duties of Commander Task Force SIXTY. In June, 1967, Rear Admiral Lam- bert embarked inthe USS FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT KCVA-421. Rear Admiral Lambert is married to the former Thelma.Denniston of Wauwatossa, Wisconsin. They have three children, Donald R., James R. and Rita D. Lambert. COMMANDER, CARRIER DIVISION six SIQX in Augeet 1967, , , Om 1- 3 Qreceivieflgf hisicommission 1-he+'US5QS1StiAT0eA.tCv3y, Between t-henlfas Torpedd 98. A ,lfuly 1 1 f IQLQ Tefpeeieesjtigeeiieeei 1es,i"e,ed,, in Mey,e1947,' beegeme. Assistant op- ilihwode In August 1948, he atteridedithe Ceneral Line Seheei fini .NifiwpbrtlQRHeae5,1ele,eaQ, .wfhyieh gw5ef.fe11ewee1t by e'.A ei euty asa. F1'ightsiieetruge,tee tin-e,the,,pNeve1f,Aie Adveneed' Training com- eeeer emi-,etene'eieeiimeeoipefetieeeeoffieeeiej1'tfhe,e,cafeier USSTARAWAQ f ,F 6 e. ee 6 5 e ee as ee ' 9 it hilly Cvvas an-Initelligence Analystin they Office of the Chief of Naval Operations and, Septemherit1955,hefreportedi to the Naval War College as a student. ,Upon graduation in August 91956, he assumed com- mand of Attack,Squa.droni and in Septemhert1957, became Ai.r Officer- in the carrier USS FURRESTAL. He assumed the duties of Ship Qperations Officer on the staff ofiiComrnandere Naval Air.Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet in January 1959. A After serving vas' Special Projects Gfficer in the 'Office of Legislative Affairs in Washington from March 1961 to August 1963, Captain Heishmant -reported tothe National War College as a student. He then commanded the attack cargo ship USS OCLE- THORPE from July 19611 to July 1965, iwhich was followed by a tour as Chief of Staff and. Aide to 'theChief of Naval Air Advanced Training at .Corpus Christi, Tex'as,efrom July 1965 to August 1966. Captain Heishman is married to the forrnerllVliss Elizabeth Knisley of Arcadia, California. They have four daughters: Pa- tricia, Pamela, Penny and Paige. e A ' A U .trek f S F L Z ,-E4 :Swv dw- ygwa v Ax-'fm-W 5 "VS s 14 , wp,gif,Z.,.-W Qnzfg- WN W ,. 0 "fr MSW X ' , M- gm. V a ' X 1 4 X Q7 5 V ' -f? I A 9 . . ,o0,+ X ,, 6 f ,. ff F ,, f, ,A pw Wwwj an g4fgl.t ,, W .S , , if 2: f ,Q 0 f f f f ffffcfi . 1 Q aff fi! ff a f 2 , f .X . ,V . Q , QW :VAT 'E?'A'V x 'C' f ,. ,ff f ,f f' fig' f- 2'f'7 f 1 f 34 .. - V, f, gn - -. r',:'::Agg,,lj: 'gf' -v G,-Q .741 4. - , - 3-5 f v.--q, -A .3 , V , :Y Y -.:i,,,,,., YL-, .Zh , 1 N., .,.. Jill- , Y , . . , +I 3 CAPTAIN GORDON S. HODCSON, USN COMMANDINC OFFICER USS FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT CCVA-421 Captain Cordon S. Hodgson is the latest in a long line of distinguished Naval Officers to assume command of the USS FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT. His career, like that of his 24 predecessors has encompassed many years - 24 to be exact - and many challenging and varied assignments rang- ing from responsible positions ashore to the always de- manding command at sea. Born .March 29, 1922, in San Francisco, California Captain Hodgson earned his commission as Ensign in Feb- ruary, 1943, through the Naval ROTC upon graduation from the University of California. Immediately assigned to the cruiser USS CLEVELAND operating in the South and Central Pacific, he participated in seven major campaigns before entering flight training in 1944. Earning his wings as a Naval Aviator near the end of World War II, he served several tours with dive-bombing and fighter squadrons over the next decade. Captain Hodgson's first command was Attack Squadron 146 which was embarked on the carrier USS ORISKANY in 1959. Two years later he served as Commander Air Wing 19 on board the carrier USS BONHOMME RICHARD. Within a month after graduation from the senior course at the Naval War College in 1964, he was performing key duties as Operations Officer for Commander Carrier Division FIVE and Commander Task Force 77 operating with the SEVENTH Fleet in Southeast Asia. During this period of duty Uune, 1964 - November, 19651, he was awarded the Legion of Merit and three Navy Unit Commendations. Following this assignment, he assumed command of the refrigeration stores ship, USS ZELIMA KAF 491 which included two more deployments operating with the SEVENTH Fleet off Vietnam from January, 1966 to February, 1967. Captain Hodgson's shore assignments have included duty as an instructor at the Navy's All Weather Flight School, staff duty with Commander Naval Air Force, Pacific Fleet, and the Bureau of Naval Personnel. In addition to being a highly experienced Naval Officer, Captain Hodgson is a successful author and athlete, and holds two Master's Degrees, one from Stanford University in Personnel Administration, and the other from George Washington University in International Relations. F I 7 Captain Hodgson eamed a reputation in the writing field as editor of the All Weather Flight Manual, followed by publication of the article, 6'Cuiding Men As Well As Missiles." Inaddition, he is winner of two U.S. Naval Institute Prize Essay awards, the first, in 1964, for the essay, 'gSea-Based Air Striking Power," and the second, in 1966, for the essay 'LOf Doves and Hawksf' In May, 1967, he was presented the Freedom Foundations Award for his article, "Defending Freedom Safeguards America." Captain Hodgson also has long been active in All-Navy sports competition, with numerous trophies for tennis, basketball, baseball, golf, and bowling. 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E 5 1 1 1' 3 1 1,4 1 AQ. , I .1 1 11: I 1 1 1..- OPERATIONAL READINESS 111 1 1 1 V 1 1 1 1 STACKING 1 READY CHECKING ARMINC 1 FLYING 5 INSPECTION LOADING FIGHTING FIRING EXAMINING EXHAUSTION ROOSEVELT Cforegroundj RELIEVES USS AMERICA IN POLLENSA BAY MALLORCA ROOSEVELT'S SEVENTEENTH MEDITERRANEAN DEPLOYMENT OFFI CIALLY BEGAN ON SEPTEMBER II, 1967, WHEN SHE RELIEVED USS AMERI CA ICVA-669 DURING TURN-OVER CEREMONIES HELD IN POLLENSA BAY MAIORCA. ROOSEVELT HAS EASILY EARNED THE NICKNAME MMEDITER RANEAN CARRIER" HAVING SPENT MORE THAN 11 OF HER 22 YEARS OF SERVICE ACTUALLY ON STATION IN THE MED - A RECORD NO OTHER CARRIER IN THE NAVY CAN CLAIM. ' I 54 SS AMERIC CAPT TURNER, CO OF AMERICA, MEETS RADM LAMBERT fri RELIEVES RADM L. R HIS RELIEF, CAPT. C.S. HODCSON GEIS, CONICARDIV FOUR, AS CTF-60 DEP RT CAPT E E RILEY EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT CDR- F-5- DUNNING, NAVIGATION CDR I. S. ELMER, AIR DEPARTMENT 0 I 5 nn-v HEADS CDR J: J. STUSNICK, ENGINEERING CAPT C. L. 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FALDETTA counterboring VanZelm track-for catapults. ricating Oil Purifier. - M. S. OLIVER MMI explaining cause of O2N2 refrigeration plant frost B. E. MOODY MR2, R- G- REILLY MR3 and R- C- WENDLING over to J. B. CALHOUN MM3, K. M. HAYNES FN, J. T. JOHNSON MM2. MRFN moving rotary table into place on Milling Machine. 5 U 1 1 !, LTJC CLARK and BTCS F. T. SPICENEB scheduling the work to be accomplished on the boilers during the next inport period. In the land of 'gsnipesw we find men cleaning watersides and fire- sides, pumping oil, testing water, calibrating ACC gear and repairing catapult launch valves. This is the Boiler division. The "heart', of BOOSEVELTE propulsion system, her twelve boilers, are operated and maintained by our capable boilermen. BT2 A, P, LETENDRE Checking on progress of work being done inside the boiler furnace. BRC J. B. BALDWIN, BT3 K. M. KIEFFER and BTI R. F. WATKINS preparing to rebrick wall inside boile'r. , ....,... 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Miller and Electrical Material Power Shop Chief Donahue and Sigmund EM-3 plan a small moto Officer CWO-2 B. R. Stokes, preparing semi-annual enlisted per- rewind job. Creager EM-3 recording data. formance evaluations. 3 S 'lll ,,.ct tit' Xcff g . rl" r 'rf' ' sssss C. B. FOUNTAIN, EM-1 and J. A. RETTIG IC-3 rouble shooting a sound powered telephone amplifier. t BON D, ICFN and TROTTER, IC-3 lMust have a wrong numberll hold maintenance check on Telex Switchboard. WLM. ROACH, EM-3 Uuly 67 F.D.R. Sailor ofthe Monthj and R. D. DEAL, EM-2 on watch in Electrical Power , Control Lighting Shops SWIECERT EM-2 fOle Seadogj QLD and NADLE, EMFN QRJ repair one of ships 30,000 light- ing fixtures. SPEARS, ICFN and ALFARO, IC-3 overhaul movie projector. A. E. Moutray, IC-1 assisting P. Petrikat, IC-3 and J. R. Logan, ICFN in repairing two of the ships ii 1 U . I R Iwo-hundred plug intercom units. Chief Electricans Mate R. F. Coodson drilling distribution electricians in casualty control CL-RJ MUELLER EM-3, BEST EMFN, DEAL EM-2, ROACH EM-3 MMC Freddie Hare and Main Engines Officer lflqfjgl Ron Rinker discuss division policy 9 PQ M Divisiorfs primary business is Propulsion. Taking the steam provided by HB2 Division's boilers, the Throttlemen guide this energy to the shiplsfour main propulsion engines and eight turbo-generators. With a total of 212,000 shaft H.P., the main engines are capable of moving the 63,000-ton FDR at speeds in excess of 30 knots. The generators can produce over 10,000 kilowatts of electrical power to the ship. This power is pro- duced by M Division's turbo-generators and is distributed by E Division's electricians. M Divi- sion Machinist Mates have a busy schedule every day, in order to maintain in peak operating con- dition the 8 main propulsion turbines, 4 Reduction Gear sets, 8 turbo-generators, 2 steam catapults, and various auxiliary machinery. X lit 4 - r 0 lb 0. 9 . . . Q . N' 1 4 . KA r. igl QQ. e . lt's NS h l C ll", MMI W H lt lav directs the atten I MM2 Cary Crabtree .and MM3 Terry Raymer perform corrective tion of MM2 oliiawrjnce liljeeman andaylilfi Ri-iyrgonll Forbes to ther maintenance on the reduction gears of ff2A Generator. tricacies of 7943 high pressure turbine NINI3 Lamar Parker and Terry Hughes apply some elbow grease to perfrom corrective main- tenance on 7ll3B Cenerator's reduction gears. MM2 William Efimoff and FN William Mc- Kinstrie perform corrective maintenance work on the lower level of fff-3 Generator Room. Absorbed in his work on ff1A Generator, MMC John Dennison checks the thrust bearing for unusual wear. Yes sir, if I flip this switch, ffl Propeller blade will fall off," says MM2 Robert Coolman. NINI3 Bruce Peil guards the throttle in ff 3 Engine Room. i l I NIM3 Greg Cuthridge instructs FN Robert Savoie in proper maintenance procedures on 1942A Generator. FIREMAN ,lim Stuart stands Throttle watch in ffll Engine Room, bringing the ship up to plane launching speed. +, , ,..,.,,,w .ttt I l 4 i l l l NlNl3s Nlartin Antkowiak Carv Nav and William Fowler are shown aligning the rotor of IB Generators Condensate Pump during a Pre ventative Nlamtenance check of their equipment J DAMAGE CONTROL NERVE CENTER LCDR C. C. WALDNER ENS. S. C. STEVENS WO B. STOKES DC2 A. F. STIER PHONE TALKERS IN BACKGROUND DMSN MAKOSKY, E. A. FN DAHLE REPAIR R DIVISIO I The Repair Division is composed of Shipfitters and 'Damage Controlmen, who are an integral part of the ship's self-mainten- ance repair capability. These skilled ratings maintain vital systems within the ship, each functioning from well-equipped workshops. In addition to their various trades, these men are unique in performing another serv- ice - protecting the ship from fire, flooding and other marine hazards. 'GOLDEN FIRE PARTY IN ACTION CWO3 C. R. TYRE SN R. C. FONTENOT CDR. J. J. STUSNICK DCC B. L. MAY .SFP2 D. A. KLAPTHOR ON SHOULDER SNOOPYf7!I OBA DC2 E. P. OCHAL I HOPE IT DOESN T LEAK SFP3 D. L. HARDEN FABRICATIINC SHEET VIETAL SHI3 D B BLTT F.D.R'S. LOCK SMITH OF "R" DIVISION SFM3 C. R. DUNNINC WOOD BUTCHER AT WORK FN W. A. JOHNSON ROOSEVELT begins her approach, coming up fast off the tanker's port quarter. Then the car- rier reduces speed and slides into position, a scant 120 feet .from the tanker's port rail. The wakes of the two ships crash together, forming a rushing alley of choppy waves, white foam, and spray. Standing out on the sponsons above this twisting torrent of water, the refueling teams look overlarge and cumbersome in their bulky life jackets and hard hats. They stand ready at their stations, waiting for the evolution to begin. - The whistle blasts' issued by the officers in charge of refueling stations on ROOSEVELT are answered from the tanker, the signal has been given for lines to be passed. With several dull thuds, the line throwing guns respond, and the invisible nylon shot lines go sailing across the tanker. Men who had ducked to avoid being hit by the shot now scramble for the lines. The two ships have been joined. ' Lines are passed back and forth. Soon the distance line is up, the colored marker flags flutter in the breeze, Sound powered phone lines link bridge to bridge, refueling station to fueling station. Light manila messengers are followed by larger ones until finally the span wires can be hauled back across the water to the carrier. Cloved hands on each refueling station guide the pelican hooks to their padeyes and latch them securely into place. Then the heavy black fueling lines, hung in great folds from the tanker's booms and kingposts, are released, and the saddles slide out along the span wires. The folds become arcs as the fueling lines are draped out over the water. The ends of the hoses reach ROOSEVELT, and men of the refueling detail pull them into position. Robb fittings are engaged, the hoses are lashed tight. On each station, men turn to face the tanker and begin to move their green paddles in a circular motion, Acknowledging this signal, the tanker begins to pump. ' The two ships will run like this for two or three hours, taking on many thousands of gallons of fuel - black oil for the boilers and JP-5 for ROOSEVELT's aircraft, generators, and boats. 'ww "SIS Xl K Tur xi Weapons Department Administrative CDR C E Seeger Department Head 'XbSlbl21f1l E PONS DEP RT Duties from chipping to manning the guns - this is the assignment of the Weapons Department, composed of three divisions. Refueling and replenishing the ship falls under the deck division. Ordnance division provides ammunition for gun mounts and bombs for the air group. Rounding out the department is the Special Weapons division. Held in high esteem, the Weapons Department holds a well-earned "WM for outstanding achievements- LCDR L. A. Hallock Ordnance Officer. B0S,f1 Owen and Asllam his YC0ITl3I1, LCDR John ANIBROCI, lst Lieutenant. "What do you mean 60 days leave?" - says . the Bosln. Z o tllallam and Sanchezj - Why don't we go Sailmaker, Candolfo and lst class Bozman, 'sCive me those scissors, Boz. You don,t know up on the Forecastle and work out? what you are doing. A Sailmaker Calahan, "I believe the Machine would sew better if I Holley BM2 - "l believe l would like to take this roll with me on would thread itf' shore duty." FIRST DIVISIO No job for amateurs! BM3 Sparks from First Division dramaticall attem ts to free Y P a fouled anchor . . . a dangerous problem in the Med. P In port, activities fare routine for the men of First Division. But, at sea, the pace quickens with manylfresponsiy bilities. Added to normal clean-up and ex- ercises, there are watches to stand on the bridge and fantail. Every man aboard wants the sharpest eyes on the G'Life Buoy Watchn at the fantail. It is from here that a man overboard can be sighted best. The sounding of "general quar- tersi' sends First Division personnel to Mount 51, the forward starboard mount. Refueling finds the First on Stations 1 and 3. During replenishment, the First mans station 9. And, when it comes time for special and anchor de- tail, First Division again answers the call. .fr 'XJ v 7 ZND DIVISIO When the word is passed to Hman refueling stations,', Second Division springs into action, bringing aboard the black gold that runs the ROOSEVELT. I The word "man replenishment stationls 7, 7C, and 7135, also spurs Second Division in bringing aboard food for the crew. At sea or in.port, the division makes it possible for men to go ashore. They are responsible for the quarterdeck and after starboard accommoda- tion ladders. Bozman BVII 2nd Division LPO iggmg and testing nets for painting underside of angle deck LTJG Hutchens 2nd Division Officer demonstrates how the power of true concentration can light up a collar device T SNA King 'and SN Cutrirrez passing main messenger to stroyer prior to refueling. 'BM3 Kildow providing -basic seamanship instruction as his replenishment station 7549 crew: BMSN M8h0neYv S Colunio and SN Cutrirrez. 1. ,4TWf2f"'?e- - f 5, ....i, w41"f-gxlf' . 1 .RWM , f .6 W, Q , , ,af . up ,an gi g: 1, '1 f , . g " if w , . I v ' ,' - f' ., :A wtf 42' .1 'lwwf -' gf: -1 'I - M . 5 '. .fjdl V ' ' -.W vs. . ' Q -W ., 'fl If , - -if W5mw4 ,ni BURTON STATION 7-A: BM3 Billeter, SN Calascione, SN Norris, SN Collecting Lineng SN Bgnoff, F usco. 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It is the Fifth's responsibility to maintain these gun mounts, which is a 24-hour job to keep in front of any trouble that might arise. The division is an important part of the anti- airdefense. CMC3 Schultz, CMC1 Doe, - H21 gun salute in Barcelona" N LTJG Speer - 6'How come he always looks in the corners?', CMC1 White, GMCC Bryant - "Would you believe 0100 forms?" CMC3 Koziar, CMCSN Blair - "A ' , , 52 sure you know how to read the dials?" MT- re You CMC3 Schultz, LTJC Speer in upper handling room, wx M 5 f 3 4 fi fi xMSvr N , , ' zf 4 ,' K fyhxx' Www 3, I f , we 4 Wi. WW iff' f X QW www, mf' www uf 74k W W , Q W, ,, Z 9 1 fx W 7 f, Q Q W1 s54f 2 an-15? .4-nf W, ,f ff f 1 f :ii ' , J W -, MQ? W Q, V N kk, ax K Q 7 4, 1 X f f,x X X., xy, ,XXV y fx . xw W, mf -sf X, ws X x , .K Y if JC 'v f L'Y0u got the bullet?', 'GIt's in there somewhere" uCalling the Red Barron" What channel is Howdy Doody on?" ffHey, another free game X.X. . Y , F LX.- ,WU f XL.. 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The enlisted men and officers of G Division work closely with the Air Wing Aviation Ordnancemen and the Fifth Division to furnishmunitions for aircraft and shipis guns. They also operate the ship's bomb elevators, rocket, and ammunition hoists. Trained loading teams stand at the ready - waiting to arm aircraft when called. ENS Davis and A02 came in small arm discussion. A03 Paul in the ship's Armory- Z I fy X X5 M ,, 34? 52 W S NZ, ,ff f. V 1 3 Qv ff wav x v W I QW3 x f 'Q ' gfwfw-Q. , ,f . ' 2 'AXWHQKFQS-. K SM x.,. ,WI X, ,Q fy 3 K . V W, . R ' N 'ew' - i- , Azgx 5' if Dafa' ' SF ' 2-Af " 'N 5. The mission of CSI Division is to provide the Air Group with tested and assembled air-to-air guided missiles. The division receives. stores, tests, assembles and issues all guided missiles. Every job from the safety men on the flight deck to the breakout men in the magazines below decks is equal in importance. I The missiles must arrive at the aircraft in a ready condition because they are the primary defense of the fleet and also one of the many offensive weapons. CM Division Officer, LCDR R. L. Kriewall, A Very Busy Man. Assit CM Division Offi- CCF, ENS 1. D. Folkerts, - "Load Control? CMN CHECKING STRAPS FOR SAFETY DIVISIONAL REPORTS MUST G0 IN ON TIME i L ,Ev 3, 5 ' 1 ii V , il T ' INSTRUCTION IN OPERATING A TEST SET I 'BREAKING-OUT COMPONENTS A A -' LNT P XHXUST I w , Y - O . 2 ' ' ' , , Y, RN , 1 i WT, I . S' ., , f . M47 i X Lx , ' 'Wy . f ,fr gf - if , , SPARROW BREAKOUT SIDEWINDER ASSEMBLY ' LAST MINUTE SAFETY CHECKS BEFORE BEING SENT TO THE ROOF. , my .,......,-...,?,,,,, , S361 f :ga ff' 47, ii :wil-fbi? .z1N-y- V jmegig ,IE " I2 ,351 Sf' ,X 1 f M4 Q I 1 fl V' If S ff ,J inn. 1 , , 'X ,IJ I p X I wx L, HJ-Q7 My X, . f ' X , X f ,ef f 3 f X If A 4,19 :f , W .J Gm X f v r f I w w z xr. K ff, XX LF? ,W X' Q 7' , 0 K I ,fk X t X X X, 1: E 4 , 32: Q 43, 1 I KK rfrx 1 'A' I ,,,"f V sf? 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W . 1 'L S3 operates the ships seven retail stores plus the laun dry and dry cleaning plants three barber shops the tailor shop and the cobbler shop One of the most popular S-3 projects on the cruise was the foreign goods "Mini-bazaar." Over a million dollars worth of goods were sold by S-3 during the cruise with all profits going to the Welfare and Recreation fund. EX XR 33 V Z ,, x N, MK 91552 ",2ff wwggyifwy' m M , W f fmwgwuws- Z v M X 1 S-4 Division is the Disbursing office. The division officer and 12 men assume the responsibility for maintaining four thousand pay records, accomplishing bi-weekly paydays, CO, ordinating bill payments for Task Force Sixty of the Sixth Fleet and ioffering routine daily financial assistance to the crew and air wing. The 3S300,000 pay days and 3700,000 aver- age monthly gross disbursements exemplify the magnitude of the work and effort involved in the disbursing function. 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' 31'-ffffifm " The mission of the Operations Department is to collect, eval te, amplify and disseminate combat and operational informano required for performance of the ships assigned tasks The Oper ations Department provides Air Intelligence Photographic Navi gational Meteorological Electronic Repair and Aircraft Control services ln addition the Air Operations division coordinates the transfer of all mail passengers and freight via air and surface transportation. The tasks of Operations include the planning, Sched- uling and coordination of the ship and her assigned aircraft to pro: vide a high level of combat readiness and ensure timely execution of assigned tasks. Operations Officer, CDR W. W. Bowers co- ordinates activities of five divisions during his long workingday. l l RlnglC, Operations Ad. ministration Assistant, in the process of makirlg up the "Green Sheet". 126 fs2vfYis'69. ,llll YN3 R. L. Ashe submits one of many reports to CDR W. W. Bowers for approval. SX T. C. 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'7.v,v N 5 fr' i rx! f Q: rr' .ff ? 1 4 .1 The Aerographers Mates of the ROOSE- VELT collect weather data using radiotele- type, facsimile and radiosonde balloons. The data is decoded, plotted and analyzed to issue forecasts for air operations and ship navi- gation to ROOSEVELT, Carrier Division SIX Staff and ships in company. Chief Bonk and Lt Schiffner check the Bingo field weather as it comes in on the teletype. Airman 'Virg' Sims attaches the Radiosonde transmitter to the balloon prior to launch. 128 . 1 4- LT: - -- --., : i gli ?1 - ::-iz: :-:Z qi- f: ...f .:::-:ifi,::- .-if-:V , Section leader Dick Ciese discusses the plotting of the Surface chart with Air- man Bill Boyd. Duty forecaster Bob West gives a telephone briefing, probably on the ln Port boating conditions. Chief Bonk prepares the Night Orders as 'Fox' Johnson returns from making the hourly observation and Rex Ply- mell, in background, breaks coded airfield forecasts. Upper Air Team, "Virg" Sims and Fred Helser launch the Balloon and Radiosonde Transmitter to obtain tempera- tures, pressures, moisture content, and winds aloft. ENS W H NlcDonald and AC2 T A Capps check manifest The OC Division is divided into two integral parts, Air Operations and Carrier Controlled Approach QCCAJ which work together and form a CATCC team The mis sion of Air Operations IS to schedule, coordinate, and control all ROOSEVELT flight operations and to C01 lect evaluate display and publish information pertinent thereto The mission of CCA is to direct the aircraft to a position relative to the carrier at the proper altitude airspeed and landing altitude to make a successful ap- proach. This is sometimes accomplished during weather conditions of low visibility and ceiling which would nor- mally prevent aircraft from returning to the ship. The installations of CCA on board carriers has been a prime factor in qualifying all-weather pilots and squadrons to their fullest potential. Each man in the OC Division is a specialist having a highly responsible and key position on the team. LCDR R. D. Bate, Assistant Air Operations Officer ACAN A. J. Widders and LT L. L. Fink monitor radar in CCA. f f f M! W 2' ,L 4. Q V' ffl , V f Y 4 li wf f f W0 Q X W ,," ,,,1 A ., fav N 'YE ZF" 7 A ,f qw MWA f f 4 Xxx! fd! ffff X X W f Wm gym W X W gf ww ... , M- VS K , A K 1 ,x ff f K fy 1 . W ,wyffi-if f ,, , V - fm f f' X ' I 7 .www , ,wif wx x M W4 aifff . 1 f , Vi iffy f 50 A f, ' ,f " W X X iff " H f ww ,, ff? pf.4.,..,ff,,m4nM 6 M . .-,.. , 9.26 M5 XX x 'Q ,mm-ff, NX x AJ...-.-,..,. 4 , Q 1 I v I 4319, M f Y R V f 'Nf XQM W K ly 1 Sf' If wig, wks if f I 'ilhiw "ig R171 1 r . Z. Q ma, 3, 1 0 ,wr ,V Zr vi U CDR K. R. Nliller, as the CICO, reviews the oper- ation orders and schedule of events to come. CDR Miller, RDCM Flowers and RD2 Flowers discuss one of the many per- plexing problems for an upcoming exercise. RD3 Jennings on one of the many Ra- dio Circuits in CIC. i l Operations Information The mission of Ol Division is to assist the Commanding Offi- cer in exercising command by keeping him informed of the tactical situation, and to recommend courses of action based on evaluated information. OI Division performs this function in the Combat ln- formation Center QCICJ, a dark, often crowded space. Information from radars, voice radio, lookouts, signal bridge, messages and publications are collected in CIC, then displayed, evaluated, and disseminated throughout the ship. These varied sources of infor- mation make it essential that each man be able to perform a Va- riety of jobs during each watch., He must solve for courses and speeds of other ships, and perform electronic maintenance on a variety of equipment. An efficient CIC must be manned by a w6ll trained team, through a program stressing constant training. OI division strives to fulfill its mission to the ship, task force, and fleet. RD1 Battiest at one of the many Radar Scopes in CIC. 5 l l I I f"X Pi V W vision co r cse 1 tie oto lf? W llg D C lg U at P' SUAPPOU 1'f11SS1on or ie snio ai group 'iid N CVlD"lll c ag Operatlons Photo Copying color slides, PHI, J. A. V Photo Officer CWOXZ M. E. Corum and "Charlie" Hendricks checks camera N PHC H. L. Hawthorne determine what type of focus as AN Dave Gerber inspects an- Chris West, AN, operates television camera. I supplies are needed to keep all photo oper- other slide. ations going. PH2 R. Nlakowski 81 PH3 R. C. Brown l PHI J. D. Goss, with the large assort- search for a special negative from an active ment of cameras he uses, stands by for orders Flight Deck Photographer PH3 W. H. file of over l0,000. As the photo finishing team to board a helicopter for one of many photo- CLOUTMAN is aided in locating an approaching they are required to check and caption all fin- reconnaissance flights. aircraft by Chief Master At Arms. ished photo work. l l l l l l i i l l l i l l i l 1 i i i , l i i l r i , William Cloutman, PH3 and M' h lSh' ' , AN cover fl. ht I N ic ea mn, C-ene Dahlin PH2, checks for. tightness of M, j, King, PH2, M. J' Devlin, AN - ln- X , lg operations. roll e rs in aerial pmcessmg machine. structions in color printing J, M, + gr H YH Rik Na+-nY Y gWxAMwYgH i WYE W Prem! i ggtlv-F-rr-,dF',-I-I-I-,,, LCDR P. J. Pizzo, Assist- - ant Strike Operations Officer, discusses the next days weap- ons load plan with CDR J. V Walters, Strike Operations Of- icer. SN BeRoth and YN3 Lentz gather and record data Strike Operations Office AIR INTELLIGENCE nr Off wer PT3 Ashworth and DMSN R. B. 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A carrier's embarked air wing has the singular ability 10 tailor its blow to the objective - permitting an appropriate response to any situation - while being able to shift immediately from cold, to conventional, or even to nuclear war, The light' jet attack aircraft, A4 Skyhawk, for example, can carry in excess of three tons of conventional ordnance or it can deliver a nuclear bomb capable of unleashing greater destructive power than all the conven- tional bombs dropped in World War ll. Greatly enhancing the effectiveness of nautical airpower is the mobility of the air wing's launch site - the attack carrier. With the sea comprising 71 per cent of the earth's surface, the mobile nature of the carrier can be exploited to the fullest extent to bring its flexible power to bear at virtually any point where communist pressures are exerted. This sea-going air base provides the nation with a capability for immediate and sustained offensive operations at any place in the world accessible from the sea. The attack carrier-air wing team, in addition to displaying a visible show. of-force capable of averting potential conflict, has an unmatched ability to immediately close with the enemy to strike his distant targets and shorten response time. The mobility of the attack car- rier also has the capacity to provide nautical air cover in support of amphibious landings and other ground forces action until suitable air fields' can be established ashore. The Korean conflict, and more recently, the Vietnamese war, are excellent illustrations of this capacity. Sea-based tactical air forces then, fill the critical time gap of hours and days, by virtue of quick-reaction time and ready-on-arrival capabilities. In addition, their vehicle for the assault - the attack carrier - represents a sovereign, movable, prestocked and defended United States air base. No commitments, agreements, or financial compensations to' foreign countries are required for them to operate anywhere in the friendly or unfriendly parts of the world. Secure that drop tank Tune-up W qv W Q if X A N ' 1 f i ' 11:u,,, ,. T, ,N , is if X , ff -, V , . , 4 ', W ' Wi? E W - f ,, .. J sf. ff , ,, , ,..,,f wyx AS! 'f ,pvjfwfs 1 , ' , f0fm'AS wyfsf.-mf f . -1 X f is .ss WSW.- Sy Serious Business - Arming Fill it up ,.-ff' E f 5 s ' Wx SWN 'www WSW' ,pw A +V 'ff Gentlemen, today's schedule is. . . I W ll ' ' ' . 6 be Operating m thls area BI'lCflIlgS Necessary but routme Y he Wa out Suit Up ,,,,NQ1sw W X 7 Xflw ,WSWS WNWX W! ff X awww? Z! X W f W f W X MQ 1 N Z X 4 XW Qwf N QS f X W OW X f , gf Z X f ,gy fs wp X aww X f KQV! f WN? W NWS 1 NW S ,SWS QW I, iw f w 0 W , lwf XX :NW X' AN? . fkgf ' WNV N7 A MSN! 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I 1. .sa , -- -m,,,, V 'XX -, I he ,fr ---tx iliykqlsx , me T' T 796 TAIR DEPART E T A The Air Department provides the facilities necessary for the -squadrons and detachments of the Air Wing to operate their aircraft. The Air Department IS able to launch the ship's jet planes, control their activities in the air, and then bring them in and retrieve them Precisely on the carrier's flight deck. The Air Department moves aircraft, services aircraft, and fu i With its amazing versatility, the Air Department makes ROOSEVELT all IH' dependent air base afloat. els aircraft, i lr Air Operations in action with CDR J. P. Howell and CDR J. S. Elmer LCDR Charles C. Kother LCDR Dale E. DeWeese and LCDR James H. Roberts 44 ! fiffiz V 1 DIVISIO ! yi., Deck Cleaning - Flight Deck Officer and Crew Catapult Spotting i Worth AN Fast Tiedown - Crenshaw, AN Steering with a Tiller Bar 3 Whitman, AN z ,, 1.44 S Q' C --" ' IE , 7 ff We fx , Y N 5 f 'Xa f f f f we W :X Xff ff X XWJXZ st Zsw W ty M M Y , f f f mfr W , 3 -.1 ' 5: ,, 'f ,levy f :C 'fwx ,, KX, A. X Clearing the Deck - Milling, AN Flight Deck Control A LCdr Kother and Mathis, AN 1 5 1 Z I 47 V H X .I 7 ,,,, W ,I Q. E i in we A ree,, CATS AND ARRESTING GEAR V-2 Division's job is to launch the planes off the flight deck and, once they are through flying and ready to come home, guide them in over ROOSEVELTE stern, pick them out of the air, and stop them within seventy-five yards. The division's units work together for the safe launching and re- covery of aircraft. f lr!!-f-K ,X f 'X fx X f , , W ww Q- '-V 1 . ww sw ii 1-'31, -, - ,--.-.,....,, ......... .. -Y v-3 DIVISIO ,, LV ,-WWW ,.,, My A., Wm 0 f fy ,Of ',.:-X' 54,35 . j l 1 Q , ww V 'Wfvedf fi M QW! , M., .M X , lv W U f, MWU ABH2 PLESE and AN PAULEY check answers of a correspondence course ABHC BAKER and ABH1 ADAMS discuss the spotting of aircraft in Hangar Bay ff2 AN SALAS is tying down the nose of an F-4B Phantom AA CURVIN IS tying down the starboard MLC of an EA-3B as AN BERRIO supervises, AVIATION FUELS V-4 is the aviation fuels division. Its highly important primary function is to safely and efficiently deliver clean and clear fuel to ROOSEVELTE aircraft. In addition to fueling and defueling aircraft, V-4 personnel replen- ish their tanks at refueling, off-load fuel when necessary, and maintain and repair aviation lube oil and fuels systems. Readily identified by their purpleshirts, the men of V-4 Division deal with a dangerous commodity. LCDR T. K. Whittaker, V-4 Division Officer How About That Overnight? Chief Elyard and ABFI Haggerty LCD ' - . of hlg mei- T, K. Whittaker discusses fuel loading problem with one ,,,, ,, ,, . ,,,, , .,.,, ,... ,, ,,,,, A The expressions on the face's of ABF2 Condrey and AN LT. Chambers tells ABFI Kaiser to "Do it that way!" Farrell seem to say, 'LPMS is Great." No Leaks Here. ADJ3 Morrow and AN Robins AN Jentzen feeds the whale AN Knepp, AN Thom, AN Mundorff and AN Howden drag the black snake during recovery. H361 hi LCDR S. B. Phillips, A.l.M. Department Head 1 TER EDI TE AINTENANCE Q' DEPARTMEN ' The Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department was or ganized and implemented 23 June 1967, the first to be created in a CVA AIMD is divided into three divisions. IM-1 Division encom passes MaintenancefMaterial Control, Maintenance Administra tion, Quality Control and Data Analysis. IM-2 Division is the General Maintenance Division charged with intermediate level maintenance of power plants, air frames, aviators equipment and group support equipment. IM-3 Division provides interme diate level maintenance of avionics and armament systems. One of the important tasks of AIMD is to keep the FDR Airline QCIAJ flying which requires a lot of "Tender Loving Caref' 288,193 highly skilled man-hours were required during the cruise to support the Air Wing with re-worked aircraft parts and yellow gear for the flight deck. MAINTENANCEXMATERIAL CONTROL OFFICE LL-RJ AN Anderson, ATC Ledbetter and Lt. Roberts updating the Individual Material Readiness List .ff IM-1 DIVISION OFFICER LTjg Van Allen wading through the myriad of paper work. 160 PRODUCTION CONTROL - ASC McCarley and AN Dillon planning Component Repair Schedule. IMI Division encompasses all the staff functions of AIMD lncludlng materialfmamtenanee control quality con trol, analysis department training and admmistration MATERIAL CONTROL - AN Norton, ASE3 Siefkes researching part numbers for AK3 Wilson. ANALYSIS OFFICE - AZ1 Hamaker checking Man Hour Accounting MAINTENANCEXMATERIAL CONTROL - AN Anderson and AK2 Honeycutt check Read Backs. inventory. L Ms? 1 'i rye? f A rat NJ! I X I :sa it E, 'fi Z ' 'z 'A if E V W E f if V . ES ,ff Ii?" :Q I 5 O04 51' 0 E its I I . at 2 1 54:7 1: IM-2 DIVISION OFFICER LTjg Todd Gustafson. I I I K I I I I I ! I IM-2 Division consists of four major branches which are responsible for aircraft intermediate level maintenance of turbo jet and reciprocating engines, airframe components and sub-assemblies, aviators equipment, and ground handl- ing equipment associated with aircraft maintenance. JET ENGINE BUILDUP - ADI3 Bormes working on a I-79. -fy ,fic s H r f ,f W 5, K' , X w- ff ' ' ff 4445? , ff , mf fx , 'f'f '-eff ,,f!0,,,f',f ' I ,,,,,, .. ff" ,iff I X I , I I AVIATION METAL SHOP - AE2 Chapman receives a check out on the lathe by AMSC Morgan. A I ASE REPAIR AREA - fl.,-Rl AMS3 Thompson, ASH2 Harris, AE3 Martines, and AZ3 Chaffman prepare tractor for lubrication. OXYGEN EQUIPMENT SHOP - PR3 Flor- ence and PR2 Dodge. Z 1 i , I I I TIRE SHOP - QL-RJ AN Hutchinson, AN Stree' AVIATION METAL SHOP - AMH2 and AMS2 Huckleby rebuild wheel and tire assembly. AVIATION METAL SHOP - AMS3 Bare prepares Wbiffen and AMS3 Fluette prepare to weld. brake assembly f0l' Painting- CALIBRATION LAB - W01 Sherrill, AT1NMcKeithen, and ATN3 Brown. 164 AVIATION ARMAMENT BRANCH SUPERVISOR AOC Cox. - z,-ii: -,l::j:f:,1g,, ' H A .1 .1 Hg 775 I s-.-:1122v':' '.:'::5.7' rr-1:2-'far W2-'Sw we 1..::'51 --::5:5:1..- 0 'if f"'Q'5:-ffQfff33:: . 1,'5I5:j.5E5E3f' I , 'O . , ' 2 - :':Qif:??' 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JN x',i1,,,-C " -ENNQI--N15 ,fi 1 4f,fLf ff f .-'N' - " N'-N-N " - ' 'W 'Q W" K- ,if ' , Q, 'N ' 1 ----,.-,--, ,Ag 4145-' Nw--,-,,.,g Y L'fl?f' 1 ,..Y J .V I 1, ,-, Y, Y ,W nn Q, WY, - ,mf-,,,, , . - ff - V 1.7, 1 -.XJ A COLD METAL SHIP, WITH A HEART, ROOSEVELT BRINGS THE CHRISTMAS - TO THE CHILDREN 5 I I K , v , 170 Vo,Yo,, .A7, W, -,F,o,o.H,o,,,oM,A, W mm ar The loneliness of Christmas away from home was eased for the moment when these beauiiiiui young ladies took time from their iioliciay season 'to entertain the men of the Rooseveiii. Miss Ewa Aulin, a I7-year old Swedish beauty, starring in the movie "Candy" was the special guest of the officers and men of the Roosevelt on New Year's Eve. CAPT. HODCSON AND GUESTS 2 HOURS 1 HOUR HAPPY NEW YEAR EWA AULIN 3 HOURS TO A NEW YEAR WELL, ANOTHER YEAR r l THE ENTERTAINERS , 1 '-'f'fff xxxx Xxxxx f W Nt Wy 'W NWQNJWY Qiigfwxxffibfxifyriws 1ySW5 QMS Vy,Sf7 QWX5 Q! fffwri Q. o ff' 5 'lm Eff! gf,-X fk,f wus A Xyhsffw 55S f, Xsf, Sys EW-Q EW! 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EWA AULIN AND ESCORT VE THIS DANCE? C9 122359 My CD1 XFTD vfiflf! UNE?!WQFWMMWT ln port or at sea the Medical Department rnnst be prepared for any emergency at any rirne. Frorn aspirin ro operations, H Division has all the necessary talent and eqniprient to carry ont any medical action necessary 'to rnaintain 'the health oi the crew. Medical Officer conduct- LT -J. O. Wilder, MSC, USN, Medical Administrative Officer preparing reports. HMCS C. B. Hatton, Leading Chief Petty Of- fioer, checking in-coming correspondence. LCDR S' J' SCuHYv MC, USNR, Assistant Medical Officer HMI A P Calloway checking medical record filling out ward patients chart. i of newly reporting personnel. R LT B. E. Berry, MC, USNR, supervising the treatment of simulated casu- alities on the flight deck. 1 Flight deck corpsmen preparing a patient for evacuation to Sick Bay. HM2 R. A. Moore, CVW-1, taking an Electrocardigram. l l l l l it , an i l HM2 P. E. Sojka, Laboratory Technician, doing a White Blood Cell count. . xxx we . x. .xy N... L HM3 R. E, Gamble taking vital signs on a post-operative patient. HM3 D. R. Dold preparing to shoot x-ray. 175 l LT D. R. Cole LCDR J. P. Back 'S 2' '- as-X T f e my Qx h f , 1417 :D:V 'll L' 4 335 gig 4 igfiggi f jf Snr W 'He' ' I if V1 JE L37-A JO ff fm 55" 1 ff. UA fy LTD. B. Mccimy 5 fs., DT3 Moskowitz selects teeth for a denture. RUbbefDf1m 177 REAR ADMIRAL LAMBERT AND VIRNA LISI ROOSE ELT... Navy Day - October 27th - is also 'ROOSEVELT's Birthday. This year, the Italian film star, Miss Virna Lisi, came aboard the ship in Augusta Bay, Sicily, to headline the anniver. sary celebration. The celebration began early on' the 27th with a colorful carnival held in the ship'5 hangar bays. The carnival, consisting of rides and games, including a "dunk-a-mann game also marked the closing of the ROOSEVELT's annual Combined Federal Services Fund Drive with proceeds being turned over to charity. During the afternoon, a special cook-out or more appropriately, a "cook-in", with charcoal broiled steaks was held for the crew ml the hangar deck. During the evening's celebration, which consisted of a boxing smoker and variety show Miss Lisi entertained the assembled sailors, numbering some 3,000. Miss Lisi also prel sented her rendition of "Volare" in a duet with a ROOSEVELT sailorf picked from the audi- ence. Later, she drew the winning name in a "Trip to the U.S." contest, sponsored by the ship. Also participating in the festivities were the Virginia Belles, a group of eight beautiful young ladies noted for their charm and singing talent. It is appropriate that the ROOSEVELT celebrates her birthday on Navy Day when tribute is paid to U.S. Navymen serving throughout the world in defense of their country. By coincidence, one of the sailors aboard the giant carrier also celebrated his 22nd birthday on this day. Yeoman Third Class Dave Weatherfield of Trenton, Missouri, concluded the days festivities by assisting Miss Lisi in cutting an extraordinary 500 pound birthday cake, A fitting end for a perfect day. STEE-RIKE ONE! ...Q-....,. ..-,.f....,.... -.g,...-.....,-Y.-. --..-,...Y If 4, 7 fggf if if 54' 0 7 ' HAVE A STEAK ON SUPPLY , . EASY DOES IT f Q ,M aa. N' ,. Qxk if A STEP RIGHT UP BY YOUR LEAVE SIR JUST HIT THE BALL PEANUTS! I innc nowN Yoijli gnu P7. . .121 S 1 . 1 , , , ' - 1,1 f i-K ., I - f' 35' ,jx ,Ji - lm Y ffm I 'V A E EA .YOUAREAON CANDIDCAMERA . , ' ' . ,Q ,. - in . ,, - , 11,,- v4.L.,,-,,,.-..,V i .... ' -..- ,VL -, .....,,,..Q,,-,........-...... W f - 1' Q ' 1 'L ' 13,1 - . , A A ' - ,f 'bw' XV' Syww nf'-4,0 W 1 - fi - mfy .wa Wm KZ' 11 rw-Xe L -- ' -, -,,1l-L YY V L5-A,3:Yfi3Ag-, fra., W, , , -if -4......,-, A 'I' VIRNA LISI CUTS ROOSEVELT'S 22ND ANNIVERSARY CAKE I?"7'!i'WAf59f5W"w7?E'1 fT"1'?i'f'?'i?. 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LCDR Andrews CComm Officerj discussing, with RM3 Fulton, CYN3 Sikora and CYN3 Dyer, the many problems encountered by the outrouters. i i i i r , . 3 i i fwfr, 7' X mnxumm Chief Back patching antennas. 1 2' ,ff if ,W ,f 6 4 ,Why CYN3 Weatherfield and RM2 Dakerwall tuning in the press for the 'gSENTlNEL". 1 I fixing machines. h Telet pe repairmen RM1 Welch, RMC Back, and RMI White Cr, Y 'xv ,w.Wfm, SM2 Tynes and SN Allison using semaphore to signal a nearby ship. Mwmfwccccffef 5 55 3 KOA? JCM V 33: . ,ff 1 X f ff 4 X K4 n , , 1 E 1 X ax is 'i E iiib lffflrf. if A r X 5' f ff .4 ' f '2 j V 1 . g 1-.X If -SR, Az' ,J I I f f yf ,ff Q 1 xx 5 X SM2 Tynes reporting a contact to the bridge. SM2 Youngblood working on a new ensign. CARRIERDIVISIUN CAPTAIN Jack C Helshman, Chnef of Staff 190 and CPL Robert E Tibbs REAR ADMIRAL v. G. Lambert, COMCARDIV SIX CAPTAIN W. J. Cray, Flag Operatio ns Officer. CDR R. C. James, Air Operations Officer and LT E. R. Hill, Assistant Air Operations Officer LT James Williams, Assistant Air Intelligence Of icerg e Plans Officerg CDR Martin C. Voves, Plans Officerg and LTJC William Smith, Assistant Communications Officer. LCDR Arthur Hamilt, Flag Secretary ' and YN3 Dennis Amold. 1 l l f LT W mer lessen, Assistant x l 3 l S 2 ,lf f' fl: 1 gf t 3 l 1 i m x CN3 Joseph Koons and RMCM Edmund Burke. YN2 George Eckstein and SN Stanley Katz. N D H d CYN3 F Whl . S on owes an Orrest ne SN Stanley Katz, YAN2 Raymond Couin, and SN Robert Broome. LCDR J. J. Hernandez, Flag Lieutenant inspects the COMCARDIV SIX B 3 lEi.2XillEQLOUDl tl Wi l Dil ill PM fdWMl EMI? f CAPT. C. L. von Schrader, Executive Officer LT. C. A. Nickerson, Administrative Officer and SA T, M, Connelly 194 The Administrative Department is people and paper. Handling everything from service records and news stories to Captain's Mast and correspondence courses. Admin operates directly under the Executive Officer. The Administrative Officer and his staff are responsible for the Plan of the Day, enforcement and promulgation of ship's regulations, and the XO's correspondence. The Captain's Office and the ship's secretary are ultimately re. sponsible for all of ROOSEVELTE official correspondence and re. ports. Additionally, they assist the Skipper in drafting ship'5 regu. lations and maintaining records. Correspondence courses, shipboard classes, rating advancement examinations are the baliwick of the Educational Services Office. Crewmen desiring to improve their education only need to stop in at the ESO for assistance. , The Legal and Discipline Office administer to the judicial needs aboard ship. Personnel assigned to these offices assist the CO and XO in handling Captainis Mast and court martials. Crewmen desiring wills, powers of attorney or legal advice need only stop by for friendly service. Headquartered in the Library amid a fine collection of writings are the ship's chaplains and their assistantsflibrarians. Church serv. ices are held each Sunday at sea and in port for all hands by the chap- lains and trained lay leaders. Detectives and sleuths, traffic cops and guides, the Master-at Amis force is ROOSEVELT's police force, working day and night to maintain law and order. Led by the Chief-Master-at-Arms, the sea going sheriffs patrol the ship at sea and in port. The Personnel Office is people, their achievements and problems. lf it's official, the men of Personnel will enter it in your service record. Be it leave or Commendation, TAD orders or promotion, Personnel has the answers. lf you want to "ship for six" or find out your retirement benefits and civilian job opportunities, stop by the Career Information Office. Always ready with a list of Navy benefits and civilian disadvantages are PtOOSEVELT's recruiters. The headquarters of the ship's advertising and public relations endeavors is located in the Public Affairs Office. Skilled journalists tum out a daily newspaper at sea, the ROOSEVELT SENTINEL, a quarterly magazine, the PRESIDENTIAL, port of call information booklets, and news stories and feature articles for release to military and civilian media. Tons of mail smoothly flow in and out of ROOSEVELT bBCa11SC of the efforts of the Post Office and its mail men. lf you need stamps, money orders, or the zip code of Naples, Georgia, the Post Office is ready to provide. Fast, efficient mail service through "dark and stormy nightsi' is their motto. Setting type, making plates, printing forms and regulations are part of the duties of the lithographers of the Print Shop. Operating with two presses, a cutting machine, a camera, and other tools of their trade, the Print Shop produces praise-winning materials. CDR D. H. Dillard, Protestant Chaplain and B. E. Taylor, SN LCDR for retention. . 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Smith, Ship's Secretary, discusses finer points of typing with YN2 R. R. Smith. YN1 H. R. Stockton in- structing SN E. J. Petroski on the new IBM Electric 1 I 1 1 N w 1 I l W if mi 1 15 i Terry RCHTZCL QM3 is 'shown making the rounds of the ship's Carpenter, QNI3 in foreground figuring out the light list for the evening while clocks. All clocks must be wound and set weekly, while command Barger, QM1 is obtaining a fix from the ANXSRN-9 satellite navigation gear which clocks are W0l1Yld daily- fixes the shipis position by obtaining a geographic reference from known fixed ' E satellites. A double local apparent noon shot is being- obtained by if b Steele, QMCS and' Barger, QMI while Koska, QM3 and McCoy, A I QM3 stand :ready to mark the exact time and record the height . The plot watch at work. Rentzel, QM3 in foreground is shown plotting radar of sight. ranges being shot by Korte, QNI3. Phil Carey a QM striker is taking his turn on the helm. All QNl's must be fully qualified in steering and emergency steering Ransdell, QNI2 is plotting the ship's movement through the water which is a continuous job procedures. performed by the Navigation Division personnel. 201 Q a ,X 'x X Q v f 4 ,. if F N 42 J? 2 Q W G T E i :Q , V 1 f 5 ' .? I . . I 4 1 .M 'i F14 1 2,1 W 2: H '55 '-4 L, .1 ,, I ' + i , 3 . . 3 22 Q .3 .i 22, V ,L ea , i .v we .. , I :J afelz , ., 1 ,ae VI .3 E1 W1 11 5 M wi 5 ui W ilfigil will f liz i L. 1 , , f 1 : 1 1 Q U .. 71 1 l - 1: THQQSEVELT N 2-A , I AA 1 5 Naples is a city of contrasts. Not far from the throbbing har district one can find a magni- ficent yet peaceful view of the harbor. Dark, narrow streets and broad boulevards, prosper- ous shopping centers and decaying slums, honky-tonk and operag these and other aspects contribute to the variety of this bustling, pro- gressing sea port. ln addition to its own charm and amuse- ments, this frequently visited city presents many opportunities for travel. Within an hour or half a day, ROOSEVEl..Tlmen could be takenfto the isle of Capri' or-the fabulous, city 'of Rome. Inf thefmore immediate -vicinityi are Sorrento, Mt. Vesuvius, and Pompeii. As a jumping off point for travel in Italy, Naplesis ideal. ' Q f T 205 1, 1 1 I 1 fff sh X N J ' Q 4-was J rv 1 '45 fx i 207 POMPEII vi' ,IL 1-1:1 l 1 2 , L' rf ni 1 Pu-1' ', 2 , L- W2 sr Lf' .L HQ ', I' 1 is -- . . W, , - ,'j1x,g,. rg K. X .-iqxfg ' f-gk-Q x X X N X X X x X X x HV, -. , X xx X X X ., N, xi BX' . . ,. . A x . - " W x Q, X X XX X SN N, .ii rf .f W, ,, if gg Vil, 2 A,V, V WL!! w 1 X V X Vjff , 'A' ,.,, W . 41421 f 'I :N w 2 , ff! M ? .rf ' I 4 15257, ' 'z -1. ,nw :.,: if H 'V g'E2'l'i::iE'F Ei- J. 5,1 M , Eff k B ,rd 3 1 W4 A si: if QQ R: 'J A ' H E H I- Q. 1 Q .W A , 'E M1 I i 51:5 EQ? ,L as 3 'A+ W '-2 , fi- 5. ft 1' ki -1? J -in , H? . . 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Dozens of ROOSEVELT bluejackets received invitations to dine with local French families. The USO in nearby Nice became the focal point for holi- day gatherings and parties, replete with beau- tiful girls of the Riviera. Ewa Aulin, the young and attractive film star of "Candy" arrived New Year's Eve for the festivities, including a New Year's Eve dance at the USO and an of- ficer's party at the Martinez Hotel in Cannes. Organized tours took ROOSEVELT men along the coast of the Riviera, through Colfe Juan, site of Napoleon's landing from his first exile, onward to the European resort centers of Juan Les-Pins and Antibes, then Nice and the principality of Nlonaco, famous for its Monte Carlo casino. Eze, the oldest village in France, the medieval city of Venice and Courdon, per- fume center of Europe, climaxed the Riviera tour. 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Aside -F0111 Q '-- Q Roosevelt and Carrier Air Wing ONE participation, the athletes were sallors Of Fl I 'ia accompanying U.S. destroyers, members, of the British services stationed on the island and Maltese' sportsmen from the local athletic associations. d covered a wide spectrum of sporting events including tennis, rifle, golf, track an i l field, basketball, soccer, squash, and cross-country. ere Jig, 'Q The contests 'YE T The British dominated most of the games, although Roosevelt crewmen wthe able to take several of the track and field gold medals and completely sweep basketball toumament. Q2 The Olympiad was labeled by all participants as a "sm S tiger ashin " success, and ' k judging from the results, it is anticipated that other Sixth Fleet ships will plC .UP the Olympiad s'Torch of Goodwill" to spread its glow 0 Mediterranean. ., The adage, "It's not whether you win or lose, but OW YOU P Y f h ame E ver the entire l - i 1, la the same", 5 1? was proven time and again and, judging from this Olympiad, the name O t e g y is "Friendship," LTECQR F. S. Dunning and R. C. Cro - el 278 late victors SS Congratu s t l 'M- I ,, f "TW j 15 ,www .... mm- x..v.,,,,,fW ,WW ,Wx MH, Roosevelt vs RAF in soccer LTJG Robinson with the discus 100 yard dash 279 i N 2 1 1 - .i.'.A,,,.... .k...,., ., .,.,,-...,.f...-., -.am-..p.f...-.1..x.4.: ,,a Q .,...f..'...i.,.:,.. 4..aiu..f.e.f.:...-.JJ-.-a..4....24..Lge:...,,-..4.p.L,..:.......Q-..a.g:...ae.i....e,..,...m:1.:...x..:.z..L........-1-......a-i..Q,.,,.,....44,g.,,..4,,4..LM,.-..g....,.s......-L.,...f....,..4,..,.....J...:...-...f. sm.-. ...mpc ,..--.,.,.. ..-,.. AN D. L. Gerber clears bar in high jump Its a race ' gi?" Ti W -: i i -, , :?.1'L-1- - f l YY i , ,,'f,,':,..f ,ff-, '+L fiafzfg e i ?' if i 1:5 2 SN R. Karlovec fcenterl takes lst in shot put Third Class Petty Officer W. H. Coergen accepts 3rd place shot put medal from Mrs. C. S. Hodgson S'- . is i f i l to .xl LXCPL Alexander W. 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" ,A .':.1.g - -.-..,..q3:g3 Q 1.5 af 9 ' ' 4 ,,- -. .....'.w:z.g1.- - my -P" ' fl ' "::?95:E:2g3:3I -N iivblz' Y ' ,.'1x.-19-vrfgi f - x --x..- . .4 . . v -N 1 - A K , ? I W MZ I .. fx n ff A 1 ROOSEVELT RADIO WFDR Request Time is on the Air DJ theDJ And now for the ne s n if 45 ii Chlef Engmeer checks controls .w.. on s'rA'r1oN-oN WATCH-ON GUARD SENTINEL PREPARED BY P.A,O. from news dispatches received by MAIN COMMUNICATIONS--Litho on board FDRCCVA--427 Stri face KI A if Qgjip g g 'fl' . ix is Typing J of Editing Laying out Ngxp N? Q X Proofing pping in Printing Folding Heading X f i K -+ Q 2 Z WNW KX 1 , ,, , ,, -1- 'SFA -. A -Q. -.1 '---1 1 '-,pl .2 .- LW vvf ..1 f M 'iii qggs- . fig 9 s "5 0 's i ws up - sf 'QA T4 -nge N4 ft-as ' The FDR,s armament includes four powerful 5 inch 54 guns in addition to her missile and aircraft weaponry. Capable of carrying over 80 aircraft, the FDR employs two steam 1 catapults, each over 200 feet in length, that can launch two aircraft per minute from her bow. With an annual budget of over 3720 000 for fuel supplies etc the crew members pay over 3500 000 m Federal Withholding Taxes or approximately 70 per Cent of the cost of running the ROOSEVELT W W wg' 7' ,f, M .J M, ,..- . k ,, f f iff -1 W f' if ml - Z, ff Avy .wsifwfwmh sq W WS S' W SW Sportsfans can find a wide variety of sports aboard the FDR, including Boxing, Basketball, Soft- ball, Chess and whatever else you might choose if enough men are interested. Fourteen tons of laundry is washed each week with still plenty of drinking water available from the 160,000 gallons of fresh water produced each day on board the FDR. 11-I Over 500 miles of electrical wiring and cabling link 1,000 telephones and electronic equipment aboard the Roosevelt. Communication facilities on the FDR include 100 closed circuit tele vision receivers, 50 radio transmit ters, and 60 radio receivers Enter tainment is supplied over WFDR TV and WFDR radio as well as regular movies. A wide range of other ship's stores and services provide for the many needs and luxuries in demand, The FDR has two barber shops to serve the crew with free regulation haircuts as well as an officers barbershop. ,W7,W,fyff,rc W , ,, ., i X N5 NX -459 ski Q YXNXXX X aiiruaat 1 L 1 5 I , i w 1 u gif! 96. L r 9 4 J i f CARRIER IR WI G O E GWHUSJPRIRW6 CDR Max D. Barr, Commander, Carrier Air Wing One CDR C. B. Olson, CAC Operations Officer in discussion with CDR M. D. Barr. CDR C. B. Olson double checks work of LEDR J. R. Baals and WO R. A. Ashworth, Ordnance Of 1061'- lllilllllll LCDR J. R. Baals, Assistance Operations Officer LCDR P. H. Lineberger, Administrative Officer ll lllllll .if LT, R. C. St. Martin, Air Intelligence Officer ..1 , SN N. J. Colonna, Classified Yeoman discussing message traffic with LCDR J. R. Baals. Administrative Personnel AOCM C. V. Beck, YN3 L. Szewczyk and YN1 H. Buchanan 3 CDR A.c. O'BRIEN, Jr. CDR R. M. FLETCHER Commanding Officer Executive Officer ANOTHER DAY, ANOTHER TRAP: VA-12 A4C LANDS ABOARD ROOSEVELT ATTACK S UADRON TWELVE Attack Squadron TWELVE, known as the "Flying Ubangis," was commissioned 12 May 1945 as Fighter Bomber Squadron FOUR flying the F6F Hellcats. After some time with the F4U Corsair, the squadron was redesignated VF-2A flying F8F Bearcats. VF-12 reported to Cecil Field in March 1949 where it transitioned to its first jet aircraft, the F2H-2 Banshee, in which it became the first day jet fighter squadron to become carrier qualified at night. The uUbangis" made the switch to the present attack designation in 1955 flying the F 7U-1 Cutlass. TWO years later the squadron received its first A4s which have since borne the famous "Kiss of Death" patch. In 1962 VA-12 completed '4Operation Trapw which was an evaluation of the Bullpup missile. During this exer- cise the squadron logged the first recorded Bullpup bullseye. ln 1963 it won the CNO Safety Award, the squagl- ron earned the ME" two years later. ln June 1966 the squadron drew its first combat assignment aboard the ROOSEVELT in the SoutheaSt Asia area. For the next six months VA-12 participated in intensive combat operations without damage I0 3 plane or loss of a pilot while logging more than two thousand hours on 1,068 missions. Following the wal' effort the squadron transitioned back to A4C's for its ninth deployment to the Mediterranean Sea. I ILL BE DARNED IF I KNOW WHAT THR BACKBONE 01-1 THE THESE CARDS ARE FOR SAYS AMS1 D PARTMENT SN D W WRIGHT R KRDLOW ILEFTJ TO ATN2 S COOPER YN3 K S GRAY A3 RECEIVES FUEL FROM AN A4 TANKER. "CHIEF, I DON'T CARE HOW LONG YOU 'IITHINK THIS THING GOES IN HERE PR3 T. C. MYERS PUTS THE FINISHING TOUCHES ON A RE- PACKED PARACHUTE. HAVE BEEN IN THE NAVY THIS THING WONIT SAYS AMS3 N. M. RUSSO IRIGHTJ TO ANIE3 CHIEF HOLT SIGNS OFF ANOTHER MAKE COFFEE." CHIEF H. LEWIS QLEFTJ S. G. MOREY. WORK ORDER WITH SATISFACTION. LISTENS TO AN I. A. CREATURO BETWEEN LAUNCHES, THE ETERNAL BULL SESSION IN THE LINESHACK W "HERE IS THE BEST PLACE TO EIECT IF YOU 'HAVE TO GET OLT." SAGE ADVICE FROM LT. W. A. COUNTS TO LT. D. M. HAINES. K 1 l 1 1 K 3 I Y 2 af' The hlstory of Attack Squadron ONE SEVEN TWO spans over 22 years of continuous commxssloned servlce Durlng thls per1od the Blue Bolts have conducted peace and wartlme operatlons rn both the Atlantlc and P3C1f1C and served aboard 11 carrrers and four a1r statlons of the East and West Coast VA 172 s hlstory mlsslonlng of Bomber Callforma as a new quadron operated and was then Pomt, Rhode VA 172 Durmg th1 was Commander Thomas A FRANCIS Commandlng Offxcer Attack Squadron ONE SEVEN TWO Commander John D. YAMNICKY Executive Officer Attack Squadron ONE SEVEN TWO CDR THOMAS A. FRANCIS FOREGROUND: CDR THOMAS A. FRAN- CIS MIDDLE: LTJG GOERGE W. WEILER BACK STANDING. LT TIM COOK LT FRANK SCHIRRA "GOT'CHA NOW, ADMIN!" AN JOHN DAVIDSON, ATR2 GAYLON TUSTISON LEFT TO RIGHT AOI CARLTON LE DOUX AO3 EDDIE BARRS AO2 RUSSEL FLANNERY AN EARL WEISS AN THOMAS SADECKI AQF3 GEORGE CHURCH AOI TOM MERRIMAN AN EARL WEISS AO3 DENNIS COOK AO2 ALLEN HAVEL 301 I 1 I v I , , , 9 V 7 3 7 -..,.-.ff.. .,...,...,...1.. ...,.-....,.Q....4..--,Q-M4,.,,.'..,. ..,.-,x4f...-,... -. ..,.....-..... ,::...f.L,...-,..,..-..........AQ,,Q..........-.......J...:,....QL...'..I.... ..,-..L.,.. L......x... M1-.Q-.N:g..g-...,L,.-...Q...Q,L.-,,-C.L,....... ,.-....,L.14...... 'w-L....,.l.x....., ......,4.50,............Q,..-,.N,-:L......,g..L,I.....g-,f.. ..... .,... .4f.f.: ...V -. CDR. RUDY KRAUS COMMANDINC OFFICER FIGHTER QSQIUADRON FOURTEENA' CDR. sMoKEY STOVALL EXECUTIVE OFFICER ,FIGHTEBESQUADRON FOURTEEN FIGHTER SQU DRo 14, The story of Fighter Squadron Fourteen goes back almost to the origin of Naval Aviation. lts record of continuous unbroken service began in September 1919, making it the Navy's oldest active squadron..ln 1926, the squadron began searching for a unique and simple squadron insignia. One of the squadron pilots was ob- served to frequently go ashore dressed in silk tophat and tails. Thus, the tophat insignia was adopted and has remainedxunchanged to the present. 1 1 The Tophatters carrier qualified on the United States first aircraft carrier, the LANCLEY QCV-lj in 1926. During this qualification period they established the "Race Track" traffic pattern that is still used to- day and set a record for that era of 127 carrier landings in a single day. The Topphatters proved to be a formidable foe of the enemy in World War ll. During a four day period, squadron pilots destroyed 16 enemy aircraft and while participating in the first American Naval air strike against German forces in Norway, VF-14 destroyed 40,000 tons of enemy shipping. Squadron honors include two Presidential Unit Citations and five Battle Stars. Fighter Fourteen transitioned the F413 Phantom II in 1963 and became the first Phantom squadron to operate aboard the FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT. In June 1966, the Topphatters again joined the Pacific Fleet and conducted air strikes and supporting missions against military targets in North Vietnam. I VF-14 1 f X I ' 4. f wr THIRTY-TWO Fighter Squadron THIRTY-TWO was originally commissioned on 1 February 194-5 as Fighter-Bomber Squadron THREE CVBF-35 flying F6F "Hellcats". The squadron later flew the F4U-4 "Corsair',, F9F-6 and F9F-8 "Cougar" and the F8U "Crusader', aircraft. In December 1965, the squadron completed transition to its present aircraft, the F-4B "Phantom 11", The F-413, the worldis fastest and most versatile operational tactical jet fighter, has demon- strated its outstanding performance and capabilities by its many record shattering flights since its introduction in 1960. One of the many records set was the World's Low Altitude 3 Kilometer Speed Run 1902 mphl which has yet to be surpassed. This speed record was set by Commander Huntington Hardisty, pres- ent Commanding Officer of Fighter Squadron 32. From August to December 1966, Fighter Squadron 32 aboard the carrier USS FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT QCVA-4-21 as a part of Carrier Air Wing ONE QCVW-11, participated in strikes against North Vietnam. The squadron flew 94-0 combat sorties of which over 300 occurred under night and heavy weather conditions. The 31 officers and 222 enlisted men are currently embarked in the ROOSEVELT and are on the squadron's 10th deployment in support of the SIXTH Fleet's commitment in the Mediterranean area. From 10 December 1966 to 7 December 1967, Fighter Squadron 32 was commanded by Commander Alexander R. Burt, USN, who on 7 December 1967 was relieved by Commander Huntington Hardisty, USN. - i W 3 f I S Ah, , A-.1 f7f1'Q'Y' . ,fx ,f xx x5 Wg? f Ag, - ,- ,. k ,,,,, JA... ...,... -J... ,4..-..,. . . t... .Av mp- .Aux-,.....p... ...r-MK- .... ..: 1.,.,.. ...,.,....f. ,.,.. ..-..,...L...x.-, ...H .........' , ....V....,,..,......-nk..f........,....,...--N-....... X rwrsf-xiii 'X r - - l x X iifrfft f'ff"E, Il? T' lip, Il :lt 14 tx lf-R lrlqll ' : J .5 -rf J V as 14: .i,- 271, ,,,,g fwf- W- A- -"YW Det 42 was originally formed as a part of Light Photographic Squadron Sixty-Two based at NAS Cecd Piekh Plonda. V nh the deconunwsknnng of the squadron on 5 January 1968 Ikn 42 becanm a cwem coam' dmachnmnt as H ynned ns new conr mand, Light Photographic Squadron Sixty-Three. Although homeported at NAS Miramar, California, VFP-63 will continue to provide detachrnents of light iphotographic reconnaissance aircraft for the RoosEvELT. Flying the RFSC Photo-Crusader Det 42 pro- vides aerial photo reconnaissance in support of Sixth Fleet operanons. The detachment, consisting of five officers, and thirty-five enlisted personnel, takes pride in her three 6'Photo Catorsn and in her history 'aboard the ROOSEVELT. I'he 0inC, LCDR Ron Meier prepares for a launch. V nv N X xx f 'Www fi f L. --ff -- -A . i+,-,,. . --,,,-,Win-, ,L ,,vd.,-,,,M!,,,,- ,,.., ,.,..4.-,.g...,., .,......-g.- ,M--F , V A , ' ' ' ' ' U ' ' ' ' ' "" ' 5 ' - ' - A ' ' 1 ' ' ' ' Lf.A.4.AfL-QL--s-um4sxvlJ.l-vQ+1A-aAi:Q-.--.-.xQ...-.xg.-,...1--s..,f.v,b-...--,.:.--3,---..m,G-yu,-..L..m--v.a-7n.s,,,-afvhziiw' - -if-+G -f-'H - --1'-1: A --nh - . ,- -... ... . :N -1 - --. up-.-.A-L. .4.,:..M 44 4..,y-.-Qz.-...,41. ,-.,1...,..-U.. as 5.0kg-,...Q--..r.4.v,....4,.,....-.....a........f-N.1-...-.......... ...u.,x..f..m .......... ....,- Officer in Charge LCDR C. V. Briegel Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-ONE was commissioned in July, 1967 as a unit of Carrier Airborne Early Warning Wing TWELVE. This is the first extended deployment for the new squadron. detachment. CAEWW-12 has a complement of over one thousand officers and men and about fifty aircraft. Providing squad- rons and detachments for both attack and anti-submarine aircraft carriers accounts for a large number of the per- sonnel and aircraft, with a nucleus of training personnel stationed at NAS, Norfolk. The primary mission of CAEWW-12 is to provide early warning radar information to the fleetg thus earning the nickname, "THE EYES OF THE FLEET". Long hours on patrol far from the carrier as an air- bome combat information center is but one of the many and varied capabilities of CAEWW-12. Radio and radar relay, interceptor control and surface surveillance are also in- cluded in the wide spectrum of functions for which CAEWW- 12 squadrons and detachments have become renowned throughout the fleet. Earl Warning Squadron O E HU DRED TWE TY-O E LCDR C. V. Briegel goes over paper work. LTJC W. M. Binford, LTJC S. S. Cope and LTJC B. A. Dempsey receiving briefing before hop "w wf ?3Tff"3'x7"AQ WZ-Wwe m ---A" V ff-- . -- fraf .. .. ... ,. .......... . .............. ..... V Vggg - -,W-5-M--M X ff f X ft jywyf :. ------ L-'Mn i, - " xyg ,Lev WW 53.5-j':-1-Q3g.5. V. -' ff N ,, , " ' ' "" W ,, X .ok ., type g-Ms.:-ts :sg H arfxsrtifcaffs' N X Q V f f L .r."U.:fNg1 51516 'V':3g gs?iN JYSGQQW'-. 3.5: ss X I X f .,.. ,-,. ..:-vffi?fLlY.1,L'n' - --.V 131, 5 ' fl x'Yt'N- s5Tt""'S:'-.-fNT"5Sv QR' YY LTJC P. Colon briefing crew -3 Maintenance Officer lending a helping hand to the Maintenance crew. 4 , 5 l s it is 1 if FW ATN3 K. E. Markey and AE3 Schoffner inspect a generator. PR2 W. S. Richmond inspects parachute AE3 L. C. Stovall, ADR2 R. D. Conard, and A02 Fletcher inspect A013 E. E. Crimsley and ADRI J. W. Hammontree repair a tail engine wheel. 309 Q. F, w , .Ja ,ffix 1 ' i N x f' x 1 f fl X5-74-Ivy," LCDR STROCKBINE on a mission with his everpresent pipe. J tx' 1 H-HEAVY ATTMZK SQKUAUJJIMDN TF Q .d...A lldleavy Attaek Squadron TEN is the Navy's newest heavy attack bombing squadron, having been commissioned on 1 May 1961, at the US. Naval Air Station, Whidbey lsland, Washing- ton. The squadron was outfitted with the Navy's largest carrier-based attack aircraft, the Douglas A315 "Skywarriori7. The Skywar- rior is a twin-jet, high speed, long range, all, weather, heavy attack bomber., The three man crew consists of pilot, bombardier, and crew- manfnavigator. Debriefing in Heavy TEN's Ready Room Two Starboard. A3 just prior to trap. i til sweat X f Aff ZZ! 4 W W! f EA fail, fy X fb gf 'Y fx f f 9 if A 440 sw f f Qty 5 f?f"7?o"fV W 'Y my W20?S ,f 'f , f, 0 WA fy f,Z?ry, 5 ffr af 4212 ar: Jw aa 3, z we ,A f ' if s I f eg' ,, , , ,,,i, f f Q5 , ,, , ,Asif W-J--M K- 1 TY., .ng A . ,ik .. "GV L - asiilbligi Qlllllm wif" ?,f Maybe it'll run better if we wash the engine outf, 5 An everpresent job of keeping the bird clean. A- Troubleshooting in the A3 companionway. Heavy TEN maintenance men consulting aircraft records and 'LHambone, you can't hide in there!" A l I 'Q ll il P LCDR james Long 0 m C LCDR Long presents Helicopter Aircrewman Wings to AT3 Roberts, AE2 Reynolds AN Anderson and AE2 Paurich HELICOPTER COMBAT SUPPORT SQUADRO T 0 Helicopter Combat Support Squadron Two QHC-21 celebrated its 20 years of commissioned service in March, 1968. HC-2 is home based at the U.S. Naval Air Station in Lakehurst, New Jersey. The squadron, however, maintains detachments through- out the world, primarily aboard attack carriers of the Atlantic Fleet. The Commanding Officer is Commander Otto Cercken with Commander ,lack H. Hartley as the Executive Officer. In carrying out its mission over the years, HC-2 has successfully rescued over 1,570 victims of shipwrecks at sea, air- craft ditchings, floods, snowstorms, and victims of enemy hostility. The squadron is presently flying the UH-2A "Seasprite" built by Kaman of Bloomfield, Conn. The primary at-sea mission of a helo detachment is to provide search and rescue avail- ability, with a secondary job of mail and personnel transfers, photography, navigational spotting, and tracking drills. LCDR James H. Long is the officer-in-charge of ROOSEVELT's HC-2 helicopter detachment. ANGEL 21 taking off from ROOSEVELT while anchored in Genoa. f"""'4-be Loading up for a mail and personnel transfer hop Webb and Martin folding the blades On the go., Even in port! AT3 Schmidt scrubbing down the tail of a helo Three "ANGELS, at resi L L ge Y Y Q ig'-'--- gig 1 1'??i 'E f-iff. .QZEC ,f-A g 3 -ali: , ?Q: i15,a, iff" I 3: e322 Y j'f"":"'i riff, b P J , ' 2 Q, i 7 ir-, e ,.-.1253 e 'wa la 2-- 1: g :Tis F E E' -flies fi 'Ee ig 2 ' -- . 2, 511- "' "-Ti 2, :av l 5 ae- Ig' ng L-Se e. is -2- -figs 32,12 1 4 ?tii?lQLEi,:: E'-'im --A 2-1 "H T A '-- ff. : se , ' 1' t b 4215 1:2321 fi 1 TE? ij 3?5:?i?1:gsL'f1i ig- ' EQ is ' lf L:-Z 5 'Q l 1 l- T Y 7 1 ,ff -r ' l 1:53 g. 1 5 T f 3- I., 2? Qiif jj? ,,, if-'-1 ,,,. , 1 ?.ee 'i i 5 Er'. . in A , f, 11-55 1:12. f . T ..- ':, ,-Af:-,wx -f E T ...-1: if R- g??3 T: ?5 Iii fig E f e -11, e 1 EE ii :Elie i 2: is 1 ' 5 Zi ffz ' i EIL :af I-.L ek fe fi: e ' 21- All Ai, ..f X: NAM f i X ,nxt ri f 1 ,- - N .A A- P .4-- if-V f- - f T"'1Xx A ,--r',ffXj'1?? .A'?T -"FN T T 'fix 5 17-lf? fr" A I r- 'r fav rw fl f 'X fl 'lt NTT-elf' 17 vlVw!'-wil Lf 'T ' ix T ls? LN l D w ' f ' f 1 ' M' ft wi lllnllul i feiriipl . 1 r 1 L -I , Q . ,f i 5 . it xxtevhi- 3 A s XV I I I , i 4 . glial N fQl'll L i L fx TJ L 1 ll ' u. , in '41 gi um ami no screws as T M Ah all-we T T 314 ADJ-2 Terry French, VA-72g Ltjg "T" Green and A0-3 Larry Blandin, both of VF-14, were members of the TACP sent ashore in Sardinia to con- trol CVW-l pilots in close air sup- port missions. ADIZ Terry L. French, of VA-72 takes a break from his temporary duties as forward air controller with the CVW-lis Tactical Air Control Party while ashore in Sardinia. lti1XlPlLOSWf CfDlfl3,HDlYlAfflCCE UDMSPOSAL flllEA'M The EOD function aboard a carrier is an important one due to the vast quantity of ordnance carried, handled, loaded and expended. EOD involves the rendering safe and disposal of explosive ordnance which has been accidently dropped, armed or placed in such a man- ner as to constitute a hazard beyond the handling capabilities of per- sonnel normally involved with routine disposition of the ordnance. Navy EOD personnel are also qualified divers and are involved with a great deal of underwater work. The EOD team aboard ROOSEVELT consists of three men: LTJC P. D. ,lunemann tofficer in chargel, EMCS H. Seiderman, and BM1 E. L. McDaniel. The team has been involved with several varied operations this cruise ranging from routine inspections of ROOSEVELT7s four giant screws to recovery of a lost aircraft engine off the coast of Sicily. The team was also involved with the initial underwater inspection of the USS BACHE at Rhodes. ,f Q5 M A f www, Wx Li Nt lf ff S K K F31 x, I A Q ,- f, J' ' l' 1 'ala Q 2 l it I l Q ta l gy 7' I J IJ , 1 A ' x A X J -KVT7 lil 55771 f' 'I ffm NT ff . 1 HX . ft LD . K f 1. ' JD . ,s Zf.4,AfxNl..f . ff its EMCS H. Seiderman BMI McDaniel and Chief Seid- erman prepare for a dive. EMCS Seiderman and LTJC P D ,lunemann prior to gomg below to inspect ROOSEVELTs four screws. LTJC Junemann sits on one of ROOSEVELT's screws during an inspection for cracks. i 1 , f fi , - CVW1 WN' 316 FRONT ROW: DKI J. R. Miller, LT B. E. Berry, LCDR P. H. Lineberger, CDR M. D. Barr, CDR C B Glson, YN3 K. J. Kinahan, SN N. J. Colonna, YN3 T. J. LaCalamito, AOCM C. V. Beck. BACK ROW YNl H. L. Buchanan, LCDR J. R. Baals, LT R. C. St. Martin, LT N. W. Lawson, LCDR J. S. Benton, ADCS T R Nledvetz, SN R. L. Baum, HM2 R. A. Moore, W0 R. A. Ashworth, ATC D. L. Lee. NOT IN PHOTO YN3 L. E. Szewczyk, LT R. C. Sellig. FROJVT ROW: PR3 W. W. Freeman, AMS3 D. L. Cutler, Cuite, AMS2 C. T. Obrero, ATN3 J. T. Jordan, ATR2 R. E. AE2 W. H. Andersen, ADJ1 R. L. Sanders, ADJ2 M. L. Pearson, AN R. Harrison, ADJ3 R. P. Parini, PR2 B. A. ton, AMS2 A. B. Blair, ADJ3 J. L. Donaldson, AMS3 J. ATN3 B. N. Winans, ATN3 R. 'l'. Lichtenberg, ADJAN L. AN P. A. Walker, ADJAN R. Cameros, ATN3 J. F Thornton, AN W. C. Eckhoff, AE3 P. W. Hardiman Louis, AE1 A. Liotta. BACK ROW: AFCM F. R Newsom, AMS3 J. F. Horton, AMS2 J. C. Pember E. Miller, ADJ3 P. A. Harris, ADJ3 R. T. Moore J. Meadows, AME3 J. U. lilngwall, AQB3 J. P. De jnozka, AZ3 T. P. Gordon, AMS2 W. C. Kessinger, AE2 J. F. Snelgrove, AE2 A. J. Phillips, ATN3 J. R Watkins, AN R. D. Hammers, A03 M. P. O'Connell, LT A. P. Ragnes. FRONT RUWS AN J. W. Horton, AN P. M. Courtemanche, ADJ1 J. D. Shipley, AQI C. Everson OIIIC LCDR R. E. Strockbine, LCDR R. B. Thrasher, AN N. J. Doria, AN D. R. Hutchinson, AA J. Fedor AZAN T' A- NUSZkiCWiCZ. AK3 J. R. Harris, A23 T. P. Cordon. BACK ROW: LT C. F. Guild, AN J. C. Oster YN2 Nl. B. Feldman, AQl B. F. Christian, A02 R. E. Fletcher, SN R. J. Trenda, PN3 D. A. Slagg, AN J E Splllel' AN NI. A. Fisher. VAH-10 PERSONNEL WOT IN' PHOTO: AMHl R. L. Allen, AFCM R. Baeyen, AN G. M. Blackburn, YN3 B. C. Bolden, ADJ3 A. R. Falls, ADJ3 J. F. Halls, ADJ3 W. P. Kiernan, ATN3 W. B. Kyle, AEAN S. W. Man- gum, AB H. McCullough, AN J. Napolitano, TN C. C. Nucup, ATN2 B. R. Sabin, AA P, C, Teves, AMH2 T' L. Thompson, AEC E. E. Vamer, AE3 E. S. Walli, ATl J. W. Wiswell, AA M. L. Yoder, AE3 J. W. Brotherton, AQC C. J. Cuethlein, ASH2 L. M. Keppler, AMSC 0. E. Meyer, AQB2 M. N. Pearsall, AA L. W. Riggs, LCDR C. C. McDonald, LCDB L. H. Butsch, LCDR A. E. Black, LT T. A. Parnella, LTJC F. G. Judd. FRONT ROW: LT R. M. McPherson, LT R. A. Gammons, CDR C. P. Barnett, LT F. A. Escobar, LT C. L. Aulenbach. MIDDLE ROW: CDR A. C. O'Brien, LT R. A. Borlet, LTJC J. A. Patterson, LTJC J. T. Swann, LCDR D. B. Meier, LCDB D. B. Gilbert, LCDR T. W. Conboy, LT L. B. Cargill, LTJC F. R. Swift. BACK ROW: LTJC J. L. Theriault, LT W. A. Counts, LT L. C. Elberfeld, LT D. M. Haines, LT R. E. Sherman, LT. R. L.'Kiem, LTJC D. P. Swanson, LCDR J. B. Baals, LT W. L. Murray, LCDR D. H. L. Cholson. I .Wm U III I ,nf FRONT ROW. PRI v. L. Rising, AN E. L. Thomas, ADJ3 K. H. scott. A02 F' F' Moofei AM53 N. M. Russo. ATN3 W. C. sabiii, AMS3 W. Roberts, AE2 D. A. smith, ADJ1 J. G. Vigil. BACK ROW: ADIC H. H- LEWIS, AOCS S. B. Martin, AMCS M. H. Hosey, AMHC E. R. Hedrich, AMEC J. F. Skidmore, ADCS J. M3JlCO3tv ATC B. I. Cilbertson, AEC M. Holt. l FRONT ROW: ANIS3 E. J. Knight, ADJ3 J. W. Bakos, PN1 E. F. St. Onge, A01 C. R. Colbert, A03 J. E. Cornett, AQF3 W. C. Cerdes, ATR3 E, M. Anderson, ATN2 D. L. Hosch. BACK ROW: SN D. J. Bigham, AKJ3 D. E. Bartels, AMS3 C. W. Hall, AZ3 D. R. Cierahn, YN3 K. S. Cray, A03 P. R. Englert, ADJ3 M. R. Berglund, AMS3 E. R. Fennell, AZ2 J. T. Burns, AMEAN D. J. Dashineau, AE3 W. J. Heck, ADJC J. J. Hunt, ATR3 D. P. Arnold, A03 M. P. Delgado, ADJ3 R. E. Boysel, AN C. N. Berwig. FRONT ROW: AN W. M. Abernethy, AME3 S. G. Morey, PR3 T. C. Myers, AMS2 J. E. Colvin, ATR3 W. H. Kline, AMS3 J. D. Rogers, ADJ2 W. L. Jewett. BACK ROW: AMS3 J. E. Thompson, A02 J. C. Leach, AE2 D. W. Schult, ADJ3 C. C. Williams, SN P. P. Kennedy, AMH1 J. 0. Stewart, AMHI C. D. Warner, AMH3 M. E. Landers, ATN3 T. C. Nies, ATI A. R. Martire, ADJ3 R. Forrestal, AK1 B. W. Jackson, AME3 R. C. Long. VA FRONT ROW: LT Kraft, LT Sharp, LCDR Lubberstedt, LTJC Ryder, CDR Phillips, CDR Hofstra, LT Hy- ' drick, LCDR Duffield, LCDR McKay, LTJC Pollock, LT Moloney. BACK ROW: LTJC Lomas, LT Moslener, LT DOW, LT Warren, LT Stevens, LT Koehler, LT Craig, LCDR Smith, LT Thies, LT Wilson, LT Moir, LCDR Lamers, LT Frick. NOT IN PHOTO: ENS Davis, 1 FRONT ROW: ADJC McMillian, AMHC Enos, AMHC Lakey, AEC Pepper. BACK ROW: AOC Vickers, ADCS Braboy, ATC Taylor, AFCM Lynch, ADJC Keesey. FRONT ROW: LT Ryder, AMH1 Crimstead, AN Boone, AA Coldsworthy, ADJ3 Johnson, ADJ3 Wentzel, AMHC Lakey. MIDDLE ROW: AN Carlson, ADJ3 Giordano, ADJAN Darden, AN Leite, AN Long, ADJLZ Yonce, ADJ3 Hardwick. BACK ROW: ATN3 Kenner, ATN3 Maag, AN Moore, ADJ3 Rusch, ADJ3 W. Moore, AN Lumbert, AME3 McCuffin. FRONT ROW: LT Moir, ADIC McMillian, PN3 Dempsey, YN3 Grundig, PN1 Juachon, A02 Rodgers, AZ3 Bolls, AN Schmauder, AZ3 R. McNulty,' ADCM Lynch. MIDDLE ROW: AEC Pepper, SN Brown, AEAN Eller- man, AK3 R. Moore, AK2 Zielfelder, AZ3 Meyer, AEI Spurgeon, AT1 Howell, ADJ3 J. McNulty, AMS2 Greg- ory, ADCS Braboy. BACK ROW: SN Morgan, SN Hauge, AN Reteguiz, CT3 Merryman, AZ1 Harris, PN3 May, A02 Yorton, AN Zaborski, AN Alexander, A01 Costa, ADIC Keesey. 1' Ek: : E , . -1, V, 1 5 ? . 2 f ,If 1 ,111 V :W E7 va - V me nj 5 V 4 f :Jfiy 47 VV? i?w,:' Vg! 5 V: ilgi QW! Z 5' O, IQ 'v M11 ii! ' , , 1 i V 3 ' 7,4 I E., .. in Hg I 2 lr f, W ! , w Q I 1 ' Iwi QM 1 I 4 1 i l I ' 1 W 'Q 1 Q L M E' f , , 5 7 1. M 1 gr WI: g ,, 3, e 1 . A fl I I ,E L ,W E I L 1' 4 P s y, ,1 A J Az ,Q ' , E 2 K I v 1 C , E L f I M 2 A 'L if -i 5 li " E, 5, ii 79. 23 l 3 ' aw ir V f yg i ,L E 35 Q gg! ' Q ' 2 n, 1: , lf I 5 4 , 3:5 I ' 1 5 6 f -F Qi: ' i fxfi ' 1 gli? WE R, FRONT ROW: LT S.E. Linton, LT J. T. Cook, LCDR R. E. Graham, CDR M. T. Naschek, CDR R. D. Harris, CDR T. A. Francis, LCDR J. E. Newton, LCDR W. J. Isenhour, LTJC W. C. Hodgson. BACK ROW: LT. A. Comett, LT. F. M. Schirrs, LT M. M. Kemple, LT J. R. Dowd, LT D. M. Content, LTJC C. W. Weiler, LTJC C. C. Olson, LT N. S. Justesen, LTJC D. B. Johnston, LT W. C. Sammons, LT R. M. Hinckley, LT C. T. Storey, LT T. W. Draba. L FRO'VT ROW LTJC Olson LCDR Newton PN1 Porter YN1 Finley SN Osta YN3 Provost AN Skinner AK3 Owens AK1 Vandine ADJ1 Rooney ATC Lee CDR Naschek LT Draba BACK ROW LT Content AMSI Travis ATI Coggins AN Murtag ATN2 Brennan LTJG Weller 'VOT IV PHOTO PN3 Clayton YN3 Empfield h SN Roberts AN Kwiatkowski YN3 Gerstel AN Grimes AN Hinckleman 321 I I , 7 9 i 9 9 5 i 9 , I 7 ' , , , . .' , , i 7 . 5 7 v 7 9 s a , Q .. 1 I , - 322 FRONT ROW: LTJC Johnston, AOC Burghart,'A02 Seiner, A02 Flannery, A01 Ledoux, A01 Merriman, AEI Hendrix, AEI Wasson, ATN2 King, ATN3 Harding, AE2 Richardson, A02 Schwab, ATCS Hatter, LT Schirra. FRONT ROW: LT Justesen, AN Kokoszka, AME1 Cardwell, AMH1 Stone. ADJ1 Thompson AMH1 Beard ADJI Cillean, ADJ3 Williams, ADJ2 Smith, ADj2 Gray, ADJ2 Dugan, AMH3 Carney AME3 gchrafffgr PRAN Hawkins, ADJC Humphries. BACK ROW: ADJ3 Mays, AN Beatty, ADJ3 Holmes, AlJ'I3 Ruckdaschelz AMS3 Jerikovsky, AMS3 Herrick, AMH3 Meyers, AN Hill, AME3 Mugg, AN Kidder PR1 Bynum AME3 Humbert PRS Kisiel. i , ' ' FROVT ROW AN Rancllllo AN Helton AN Lydecker AN Quase AN Nelson AN Sexdel AN Pye AN Dun agan AZ2 Bllllngs AZ3 Malloy AN Vlfalker MIDDLE ROW ADJ3 Howell AD,ll Jackson ADJ3 Banks AMH3 Deschamps ADJ3 Marron ABH3 Ochs LT Dowd AFCM Desmond ADJC Lmke AMHC Malone AMSC Gardner WO1 Pecora LT Cornett BACK ROW AN Sadeckl ADJ3 Wandel AMS3 Green AN Cordy AN Smlth AN Davrdson ADJ3Matjas1c AN Trudeau ADJ3-Johnson AZAN Snodgrass, ATN2 Jones, AE2 Michaels, ADJ2 Hitt, ATN2 Haas, ADJ3 Young, ADJ3 Padgett, ADJ2 Camp aa, .,.4..l,..--.zf,-....e.. ... ..,...u..-..,., ....f..,..-,...-..-..,....1.LL4..,,..,-......:...:,.,.....-.-.-..A,.....,....,-.,...-. mm.- ....J..L.....-.,.....-.1......u.w,,,..a.,,...,,Y..VA...J-.. ........u.-...,,,.,.......- .,.... -.., -.. , f N I 1 1 2 VELT . a . . D Q Q .,l , 1 X .wr 5. . . .X-, bf E V xr4u.w.f.Nn? iowmmg. VF' X W wa Q .gm ...M J XXX X X X VF-32 FRONT ROHM: ENS T. W. Auttonberry, LT. L. Martin, LTJC W. Stueben, LCDR D. C. Primeau, CDR H. Hardrsty, LTJC C. R. Jacob, LTJG T. B. Scott, ENS T. J. Graf. MIDDLE ROW: LTJC T. F. Hoagiand, LCDR D. W. C. B ' - ' ' rooks, WO1 C. W. Shaffer, LTJC J. F. Clark, ENS R. D. Schnerder LTJC J J Cunning- ham, LCDR H. L. SchneTl, LTIC J. C. Van Namee, LT D. L. McCrory, LTJC B. L.,Dol o .LTIC F. C- , S Wa Remhardt, ENS A. T. Ball. BACK ROW: LTJC J. A. D' h eltc , LTJC P. C. Crosland, LTJC H. M. Austin, LTJC L. A. Haatv dt, LCDR J. E 4 e vans, LCDR R. W. Brown, LCDR D. M. Brooks, LCDR R. S. Doherty, W0-1 C. WV. Davis, LT W. "CH Goff, ENS R. J. Lee. I 7 l ti lf ., ii .t Q 1 3 l .L l l a l l I JI- t i' pp . , . I. rrrr I I I tttt ,K as " M S ' ' All ,f I - FRONT ROW: AA R. D. Winters, TN N. C. Isla, sN E. C. Lanoue, AFCM F.. E. Peedin, AMCS R. L. Stude- baker, AFCM A. D. Caso, AMSC R. F. Knippenberg, PNC W. M. Keough, AA F. C. Lanning, PN2 J. L. Sones. .WIDDLE ROW: AN D. D. Waite, ABHI M. L. McClure, AN R. E. Parks, YN2 U. W. Freiberg, YNSN W. E cudero-Prats, PN3 R. E. Daniels. B.-ICK ROW: AZ2 C. C. Payne, AN C. L. Rudloff. AN T. W. Daniel, SN J. H. Hodge, AN W. R. Schmaus, AN A. S. Whitten, SN W. T. Pratt, SN K. A. Berntzen, ADJ3 D. Melendez FRONT ROW: AQF3 R. A. Voglesong, AQF2 J. L. Steele, AQF2 W. W. Day, AQCS R. R. Bertsch, AOC J. Howard, ADC J. E. Rickey, A02 J. R. Clark, AQF3 W. R. Hooks. A03 R. L. Lord. MIDDLE ROW: AQFAN P. T. McKnight, A03 R. .l. Shirley, A02 0. C. Hall, A01 W. E. Farley, AOAN M. M. Moran, AQF2 C. M. Byrne, AN W. Chambers, AQF2 M. J. McManus, A03 M. J. Hans, A03 C. M. Houston. BACK ROW: A03 R. M. Fagan, AN C. Crumhling, AQ1 R. E. Donnelly, A03 S. McAllister, AQF3 C. M. Williams, AQF3 C. W. Yurcisin, AQF3 J. R. Hardison, AQF3 S. M. Dorris, A03 S. J. Owens, AQFAN .l. D. Tierney. FROVT ROW: AMS3 W. A. Cause, AE2 D. R. Mesarch, AME3 J. W. Harris, ATC 0. L. Shore, ADJ3 D. ,l Checkniki, ADJ3 R. W. Shaw, AMSAN R. L. Davis. MIDDLE ROW: ADJ3 A. I. Holland, 'AE3 T. Rock, AMS3 C. Anderson, AMS2 ,l. D. Fishel, SN H. Hart, AQF2 T. R. Mick, AME2 A. B. Murphy, A03 H. R. Catt. BACK ROW: ADJ3 R. F. Mikkelson, AMH1 C. M. Lawson, ADJ1 L. L. Smith, ADJ3 M. A. Rodriguez, AE2 F. Knott ADJ2 F. C. Hess, ADJ2 W. A. McNeil. Schneider, AZ2 B. 0. Carmack, AN A. J. French, AA F. C. Heyer, ADJAN W. Moodispaugh, A'A C. Esl 328 l"".. FRONT ROW: AN S. A. Williams, AME3 J. Balius, AMS1 C. J. Moore, AMS1 C. E. Campbell, AMH1 V. L. Jochum, ANIHC D. L. Meyers, AN A. A. Coljohn, AMH3 R. F. Sells, AMS3 T. A. Doyle, AMEl C. W. Storey, AME3 P. J. Bucholdt. .UIDDLE ROW: AN F. C.'Howe, AN L. C. Thomas, AMH2 J. A. Renaud, AMSAN J. F. Smith, AMH3 H. W. Armstrong, AMS3 D. L. Clements, AMS3 H. R. Smith, AMH3 P. H. Cr1zzle,sP-R3 R. E. Abbey, AMSI L. D. Whitney. BACK ROW: AME3 J. W. Cox, AK C. Kovenich, AMH1 CTE. Blankenship, AME2 R. W. Bushley, AME2 C. Pickens, PR2 L. W. Webb, PR3 W. W. Vaughan, AKAN J. V. Lef0rC6. AME3 c. B. B. .inCha'rd, .uisi E. L. Hannah. FRONT ROW: ADJI E. F. Ward, ADJ1 D. B. Markwell, ATN3 S. R. Baumbach, ATR3 R. L. Fields, AEC J. P. Walsh, ADJC L. J. Mundling, ADJ3 A. J. Holland, AE3 W. B. Herron, AE2 J. E. Stahl, ADJ1 T. L. Ward. MIDDLE ROW? ADJ3 T. C. Reilly, ADJ2 J. D. Jenkins, AEAN C. Richardson, AEI J. W. Mitchell, ATR3 L. Lanczos, AE2 J. P. D'Onofrio, AE3 L. R. Ferguson, AE2 J. A. Cole, ADJ3 R. J. Helzer, ADJ3 R. D. Donner, 'ADJ3 R. E. Donner. BACK ROW: ADJ2 J. F. Devoursney, ATR3 J. D. Meyer. ,AE3 C. San- giacomo, AE3 R. Rodriquez, AE3 R. J. Caiero, AE3 X. J. Pinder, AE3 H. Engle, ADJ3 L. R. Hines, .ADJAN W. W. Bennett, ATl C. Cox, AEI J. S. McCord. A FRONT ROIV: ADJ3 B. R. McElvaney, AMH3 J. E. Jameson, AMH2 C. L. Wittrock, PR2 J. J. Behag, AN T. C. Janusz, AN R. W. Crimes, AN K. V. Steiben, AN J. P. Tilton, AN C. L. Nichols, AMH3 R. L. Capps, ABF3 C. A. Jackson. JIIDDLE ROWS: AN H. Posey, AE3 D. L. Eakins, ADJAN V. Afanasiev, AN O. F. The. obalt, AMS3 P. C. Cawley, AN M. E. Fugitt, ADJ3 J. W. Cates, AZ3'J. H. Crowell, AN B. R. Bradley, AME3 A. H. Krumnow, AN B. L. Hosgood, ATN3 R. D. Treaure, AMCS C. W. Lambert. BACK ROW: ADJ3 A. Tur- ner, AA E. P. Howley. ADJ3 R. D. Mays, ADJ3 D. R. AW'ats0n, ADJAN D. Thorsteinggn, AE2 NI. A. Confadi ADJAN R. L. Stahl, AN J. E. Fielding, AN B. B. Patterson, ADJ3 R. F. Lavoie, AMH2 S. C. Malina. I FRONT ROW PH2 Castro AN Cardwell AMS3 Isabella PH3 Woody PH3 Cooner AN Taylor ADJ3 Car rison ATC Sunday LCDR Vleler AN Street ADR3 Sauber ADJAN Rio ATN3 MC Callister ADII Mulligan PR2 Brown BACK ROW ENS Johanson LTJC Andrews ADJ3 ATEN SN Miller AE3 May ADRAN Cam mons AME3 Boelsen AN Roebuck PT3 Rogers AEI .lohnson ATI Mattley AZAN Boltz ADJ3 Keber AE3 Vlecham AMH3 Gregg AMHI Haag AMH3 Brewster AN Davis ADI2 Clayton. ATN2 VICICCFS AN Sflhene werk, PH3 Horgan, PT2 Crawford, ADI3 Rose, AE2 Gorman, LTJC Erz, LTJC Sjllggeflld- FRONT ROW: AMHC C. E. Marlow, LTJG D. C. O'Leary, LCDR I. H. Long, LTJC P. J. Burtch, AMH3 HC'2 O. V. Fortier, AE2 J. W. Paurich, AE2 D. R. Reynolds, AK3 R. L. Martin, ADI3 W. C. Callimore, ADJ2 E. M. Hoeflich, AN C. C. Anderson, AMH3 P. O. Tagliaferri, ADJ2 M. Hall, ADRI C. C. Boldt. BACK ROW: LCDR D. J. Hemenway, LTJC J. E. Lois, LTIG C. Strocco, LTJG W. L. Csand III, LTJC R. 1. Carroll, LT F. M. Dirren, ADIAN R. C. Kadingo, AA R. Horton, AN D. E. Bailey, AN M. L. Webb IR., ADJ2 F. A. Miles, AMS3 T. W. Wilson, ADJ2 J. L. Payne, ATN3 K. W. Schmidt, ADR3 W. L. Marine, ATN3 A. C. Rob- erts, AMS2 D. J. Berkeypile, PRAN F. E. Wrightman III, AE3 M. I. Abel, AZ3 I. W. Swartzbaugh, AMS1 P. A. Harlan, ADI3 D. R. Majdich, AMS3 E. H. Porter, ADJ2 E. L. Merrill, AN C. R. Montross, AE2 I. A. ' Holloway Jr. JVOT IN PHOTO: LT I. H. Hitch, ATN3 R. M. Bantly, PN2 R. W. Call, ATI E. H.- Palmer. Xix M fix MINISWATION f . ' KK FRONT ROW YN3 D L Swanson LTJG L H Gaffga ABCM J R Conover AN H Vasaure BACK ROW AN M L Loan ANJ A Pagluccl SN G C Butcher AN T A Doane AA D S Lebar FRONT ROW: ABH-1 T. M. Brown AN P. E. Brown AN J. T. Clark AN B. M. Pacheco AN D. Dandona AN W. J. Gaines An G. E. Bonin ABH-2 P. H. Broadfoot AA J. C. Culberson ABH-1 C. MIDDLE ROW: LCDR F.. D Deweese AN A. R. Swann AN R. L. Clemens AN R. Duver AA E. F. Trautman AN D., E. Leidig AN E. B. Taylor ABH-3 D. Coker AN P. E. Brodeur ABH-2 J. T. Smith AN W. E. Milling ABHC C. E. Cotton. BACK ROW: AN L. E. Montieth AN M. Grady AN T. L. Leclair AN D. Vasel ABH-3 H. F5 Stenseng AN D. C. Kinder AA R. Reagan AIN L. J. Grubbs ABH-2 G. D. Harrison ADJ-3 F. C. Greenway FRONT ROW: AN Rf L. Glenn, AN C. Rogers, ABH-2 E. D. Bryd, AN K. J. Babin, AN F. J. Babin, AN F. J. Otzel, AN R. H. Aldrich, AN T. E. Canter, AA D. Wilcox, ABH-3 D. E. Oswalt. ABH-3 B L. Manders, AN h kll. MIDDLE ROW: AN D. R. Mathis, L. W. Worth, AN D. Tremper, AN R. V. Province, ABH-l J. W. T tai i AN C. L. Grubb, AN F. N. Guss, ABH-3 R. J. Franke, ABH-3 C. D. Bitner, AN J. L. Post, AN H. J. Zim- merman, AN L. E. Cochran, AR R. L. Dye, AN F. S. Schachtner, AN M. S. Jackson, AN- A. L. Anderson, AN F. H. Cripps, ABHC B. A. Hogue. BACK ROW: AN P. S. Nelson, AN S.AS. Horton, AN G. A. Dunn, AN M. Harmon, AN G. F. Lord, AA I. E. Adams, AA M. R.'Engel, ABH-3 A. G. Meyer, AN R. K. Ferguson, AMS-3 J. W. Fannon, AN M. W. Whitman, D. M. Greenleaf. 331 X z 'L W V E if Q. E' W I t'7 I . 5 E1 A lf ii ii: i V-2 332 V has t 3 X FRONT ROW: ABEC H. Hebert, ABE3 T. P. Massey, ABE3 C. R. Marshall, AN V. J. Bores, ABEAN H. M. Becnel, ABEAN l. C. Douzart, AN T. l. Saenz, ABE3 W. E. Sansone, AN T. J. Saenz, ABE3 W. D. Sansone, AN R. L. Kern, LGDR B. H. Cipperly. BACK ROW: ABEC ,l. H. Craft, ABEAN S. E. Mc- Alister, ABE2 J. E. Smith, ABE3 B. L. Freeman, ABEAN D. C. Zelmer, ABEAN M. L. Smith, ABEAN P. J. Balantic, AN E. E. Moore, ABE2 N. C. Willis, ABEl B. L. Bowers, ABE3 T. M. Byers, ABEAN H. J. Kneeland, ABEAN C. L. Kerzan, ABEAN W. E. Swain, AN F. J. Rosano, ABE2 W. R. Underwood ABE2 C. B. Johnson, ABE2 J. F. Pearson, LCDR T. J. Spencer, ABEl B. D. Tucker. JVOT IN PHOTO: ABE2 R. D. Mead, AA J. H. Burgess, ABEAN S. D, Kovach. FRONT ROW: LCDR N. F. Leckband,AN C. .l. Kerr, ABE3 H. Snyder, ABE3 A. W. Bo ABE3 B R S AN ' ' J. L. Bryant, ABEAN J. J. Keneven, ABEl E. L. NlcCuire, ABEC J. L. Calligher. BACKSGROW: LCDR.T.tlT,eS,per1ce1li iTBCATt H. QTNIWSJOWTIHET, lg? ABEAN T. A. Moaes, ABEAN R. A. West, AN V. W. Anderson, ABEAN E. B. Hart, ABE2 L. D. Ward, ABE3 W F, Davis ABBANHC OB, S h lt. l ABE-AN F. M. Kerzner, AN J. A. Royston, AN D. C. Pfaff, AN J. P. Mccee, ABEAN s. R. Straub, ABEAN J R gem, ANiC E lllewwn A3535 CCD ,flu ABE2 A. J. Lauer, ABCNI J. D. Dubose, AN J. Lang. NOT IN' PHOTO: AN C. J. VI l ABEAN C. Ci i i 1 l ' ' ,. ABEAN E. P. rfaass. AN W. G. Jeffery. 1 Ora es' ' ' Bolynt ABEAN D' H- Brown, AN C' L- Eflckson' V-3 5 F ff 7 W F OVT ROW' ABH2 Hamilton AN Atkin on ABH3 Landr AN Fa en AA Neukam ABHI Weisman ABH2 Paulson AN Vestal ABH3 Ridley' ABH2 Bass, ,, R ' : ' S ' y' g 4' 9 a v 1 BACK ROW: AA Conville, ABH3 Bass, AN Wallace, AN Hendricks, AN Priest, ABH2 Plese, ABH3 Hardwick, AA Smith, ABH2 Bryant, ABHl Adams. ,f gi ,X f V 54 P5 Ei? yr , 1 i, E . l 4 l, 4 :Z Sf? ls if 4 4 as 5 2 FROJVT ROW: AN Atkinson, AN Tinnes, AN McDonald, AN Dastous, LT H. E. Mayfield, AN Ceppert, ABH3 Halverson, AN Bartholome, AN Johnson, AN . Hendricks, ABH3 Weaver. MIDDLE ROW: AA Neukam, ABH3 Reid, AA Frederick, AN Humphrey, AA Harrison, AN Reynolds, ABH2 Bass, AN Sita, AN S' Bastian, AA Graves, AN Vestal. BACK ROW: AA Cartwright, ABH3 Skinner, AA Jenkins, AN Berrio, AN Calderaro, ABH3 Jenter, ABH3 Row, AN Blanch- l ard, AA Curvin. ix 333 9? I l V-4 334 ,A-A: fi f X FRONT ROW: ABF3 G. F. Ahner, ABF3 L. R. Meadows, AN R. B. Hallock, AN R. E. Arruda, AN L. D. Gilbert, ABF3 J. D. Decker, AN J. A. Lemon, AN A. L. Robins, AN M. E. Norman, AN R. E. Green, ABF3 J. W. Short, AN R. Segvich, ABF2 l. Slaughter, ABF1 G. W. Overall. MIDDLE ROW: LT. R. A. Chambers, ABF3 T. H. Benton, AN J. F. Mundorff, AN T. l. Badgett, AN T.-G. Treacy, AN W. G. Nagy, AN L. Pressler, AN W. Simons, AN D. M. Cope, AN R. J. Jentzen, ABF2 M. J. Herrin, ABFI D. J. Kaiser, ABFC D. K. Elyard. BACK ROW: ANR. D. Hale, AN T. M. Green, AN J. B. Whipple, AN D. J. McGee, AA S. R. Morrill, AN J. W. Bailey,IAN R. K, Kavenius. NOT IN PHOTO: ABF2 A. K. Weber, AN G. G. Mattison, AN D. B. Gates, AA L. A. Lesieur, AA J. W. Brejska, AN M. J. Hopper, AN E. W. Duecker, AN N. G. Roe, AN B. G. Taylor, AN P. P. Galloway, AN W. J. Tetreault, AN J. E. Gaskowski, AN J. D. Keating. ' FRONT ROW: ABFI J. W. Holman, ABF2 G. R. Greene, ABF2 R. Vasquez, ABF2 M. J. Condrey, ABF1 D. A. Haggerty, ABF3 L. L. Schrecengost ABFAN R. T. Grouso, ABF3 L. G. Keyser. ABF3 G. W. King. MIDDLE ROW: ABFG G. H. Treaclaway, AN H. J. Hosman, AN W. P. Tedder, AN G. S. Youngblood, ABF3 K. R. Stephens, ADJ3 G. A. Morrow, AN E. J. Walker, AN J. W. Knepp, AN A. J. lhom, AN H. T. Evans ABFAN J E Herren LGDR T K Whit- taker. BACK ROW: ABFAN R. D. Hill, ABF3'T. M. Green, AN L. J. Bridgers, ABF3 R. W.-Mollette, AA D. R. Rowden AN Ri E Whale AA Greene AN M. P. Scales, AN K. D. Hallett, ABFAN W. C. Lewis, AA C. c. Ferrell. ' ' ' Y' ' ' l l l CR 336 NAVIGATION -HU as a. . l . . I wfff '59, . ..f'U:R0fefmr - mow ROWQ- QM3 r. C, Howard QM3 J. A. Knska, SN J. R. Bowman, QMSN W. R. Lewandoski, oM2 J. C. Rnnsdeu, SN J. D. Mncnv. OM3 R. D. rnni, QNII T Xl Barger B-ICK ROIIA: LCDR l. L. Roberts CAPT C. L. Yon Schrader, QM3 T. E. Rentzel, SN D. K. Massey, QM3 F. W. Korte, SN R. L. Kar- lovec, SN R. L. Hoover, QM3 C. M. Carpenter, SN P. l. Carey, QM3 R. L. Yeager, QMCS Steele, LTJC I. A. Cox. NOT IN PHOTO: SN F. J. Lahey, SN R.V. Hester, YN3 C. Cebhart, QM2 E. P. Phillips. .z'i?"" ,,. W I CS FRONT ROW: SM2 Authur M. Youngblood, - Warren E. Kidwell, SMI Robert Shoemaker, SMSN SMSN Cary E. McKee, SMI Ronnie C. King, SM2 Ronald L. Wheeler. MIDDLE ROW: SMC Norman L. Mc- Kinney, SM3 William I. McLeod, SN Homer S. Morris, SN Edward B. Webster, SM3 Bobert D. Crabtree, SMI Dwight H. Hines, SM2 Barney E. Tynes.rlflID DLE ROW: SMC Norman L. McKinney, SMB William I. McLeod, AN Homer S. Morris, SN Edward B. Web- ster, SM3 Robert D. Crabtree, SMI Dwight H. Hines, SM2 Barney E. Tynes. BACK ROW: SMI Clinton H. Courtney, SMSN David A. Helsley, SM2 Cerald C. Jones, SMSN Arnold E. Miller, SN William R. Mc- Kinney, SN Ceorge H. Allison. NOT IN PHOTO: SN Lenard D. Johnston, SN George R. Ackerman. :FONT lE0l?rCVf A- FCddC1'S, ENS Daniel L- HayHeS, ENS Barry A. Snyder, RM3 Larry Bradshaw, RM3 Charles R. Hubbard, RM3 William H COW, IC af Apple, CYN3 Donald E- Buxton. RM3 Terry L. Harbm, CYN3 James Sabafini Jn RM3 Kenneth A Tanula RM3 Donald Fultonl RMI David Meloy, LCDR Bobie Andrews. MIDDLE ROW: LTJG Ceorge A. Danskin, LTJG Eric L. Haeseler, RM3 David N. Helmholtz, RM3 Qlohnie L. West, SN Philip P. Freese, RM2 Daniel A. Darkenwald, RM3 Cary L. Danner, CYN3 Duane Clark RMI Donald Welch RM3 Richard A. Lane, CYN3 Norman R. Payne, ENS Ronald L. Hart, LIIC Gustavus A. Myers, LTJC Donald B. Phillips. BACKROW: RM3 Kenneth D. Reager, RM2 Anthony A. Holtz, EMS? Joseplev Nerxlggfs. gYN3ODav1d Smnh, RM3 Walter R- Carsrens. CYN3 David L. Weatherfield, CYN3 Jnhn J. Russell, RMI Thomas L. Wnnher, RM3 Bo it RRM31ZJn.l.F B11 PH TO: RM3 Richard S. Adams, CYN3 Kenneth E. Azevedo, RMC Forrest Back, RMSN David L. Brooks, RMSN Robert W- roo s, . I ar .' ueskmg, CYNSN Carlisle Caltagirone, SN Joseph Colao, CYNSN Ralph I. Cutting, RMC Robert L, Davis RM3 Roger C- Ellis, RMCM William K. Clles, RM3 Larry V Haney RMSN Frederick W Hu hes CYN3 L , - r - , C. - - , 'll , SN Jnnn s. Kninnynki, CYN3 James F. Mnnrnn, RM2 Russell W. Me in Jag Rr ee Jay' CYN3 Blaue L' Kapmun' CYNSN Pawel? E K' ay eel' ,lVI3Stl C.Rl N3Pl Menasoff, RM3 William Sikora, RM2 Cary Coodale, CYN3 Jerry McLeod, RM3 Lewaisl Iecyines, CRN? Iliiiilrdeilgiiilg RM3 Warren W. Voigt, CY au Y I lil MEDICAL FRONT ROW: LCDR S. J. Scully HMI D. M. Sorensen HM3 D. H. Selmont HN J. J. Arndt HM3 D. R. Busse HMCS C. B. Hatton HM2 E. M. Tmdall HM3 M. A. Commander HM3 L. L. Bowyer HM3 D. R. Dold. BACK ROW: LT. B. E. Berry LT. N. WY. Lawson HMI A. P. Calloway HM3 D. W. Beland HM3 R. Gamble, HM3 D. E. Liedke, HN R. P. McKeever, HM3 E. B. Waddle, HN C. V. Lewis, HM3 R. W. Reames, HM2 D. L. Klos, HM3 R. L. Nanni, HM3 P. J. Restaino, HM2 W. S. Dial, HM3 T. L. Bailey, HM2 W. D. Pickett, HM2 P. E. Sojka, HM3 T. M. Alpeter, CDR A. J. Grote, LT J. 0. Wilder. . el QW L .cf ,EW ,elf We 4. ?fL. 'V 'V il 2, i ge' ,. im g i 13 " .5 Egg gilgglf 'li qiwgii z i iii! , xx, , M ff 'r if , N g'f .2 ff N N 2 ... DENTAL FRONT ROW: DT3 Duane C. Hansen, SN Roger W. Dudek, ,DT3 Steven,B. Moskowitz, DN Danny A. Howard.iW1D- DLE ROW: LT. D. B. McCinty, LCDR J. P. Back, CDR C. K. Woodworth, LT D. R. Cole. BACK ROW: DN Eric W. Crawford, DTI Carl E. Knox, DT2 Thomas C. Firtek, DTC James R. Cleveland. JVOT IN PHOTO: DT2 Wil- liam C. Harris, DT2 Glen A. Pfershy. , .... i - .... . N , Tl' is ,,,,,,, ,V ,.,,,,..,!f N, f is I .... f ff "'f' f ffffff mmm A ..... A ENGINEERING ADMINISTRATION :X , .... .,.... .,. I FRONT ROW: YN3 W. J. Hickey, SA B. M. Phillips, DM3 R. U. Kase. BACK ROW: ENS S. C. Stevens, SN D. A. Nagel, SN R. Fiore, DM3 W. H. Coergen, DMSN E. A. Makosky. 337 338 R DIVISION FRONT ROW: SFP3 W. Benson, SPM3 J. M. Chrissley, SPM3 Simpson, SFP3 H. W. Southall, SFP3 B. F.. Haines, SFP3 R. L. Vaughn, SFP3 D. W. Showe. SFNI3 J. E. Tyler, FN L. J. Hardester, FlN L. Parks, SFP3 S. L. Wilson. MIDDLE ROW: DCCS W. Russell, CWO3 C. R. Tyre, LT W. F.. Vaughn, SFM3 D. B. Butt, SFM3 T. J. Tisdale, SFNI3 L. J. James, FN R. J. Southworth, FN R. R. Niemann, FN N. Hoey, SFM3 C. L. Parsley, SFM3 C. R. Dunning, FA E. A. Tomes lll, SPC T. Brooks. BACK ROW: FN R. Lovelace Jr., SFP3 R. C. Senokosoff, FN W. E. Ford, SFP3 C. S. Robinson, SFM3 R. L. Callo- way, SFP3 M. E. Hanson, FN R. A. Yordy, FA J. A. Ricci Jr., FN C. D. Brown, FN W. C. Hill. gfEg.NTIROlI: DCCS W. Russell, DC3 R. D. Rogers, FN R. H. Hamilton, DC3 L. B. Luffman, DC3 D. D. Hulsey, FA D. F. Nickola, SN R. C. Fontenot, Van EQCIE, QCEBSC. L. Cggdrgarg IECZ E. P. TOchal, DC3 R. E. Bosler, DC3 J. P. Thoma, SFC T. Brooks. MIDDLE ROW: CWO3 C. R. Tyre, LT W-E P F5 Psres mv? Srwgfngerb Pat- F-N Tjyaidsglxdw- A- l0hHSOr1, SFP3 E. W. Dobbs, DCFA T. J. Cipp, DC3 C. A. Haucke, SFM2 W. C. Mosebrook, SFM2 R' A' Thogm ' DC? J he' ' ' nl' ef, DC-3 J. W. Klimek, BACK ROW: SFM2 R. A. Slenefield, SFP3 D. L. Harden, DC2 A. F. Stier, FN - - F 011, - . UIC erson, FA R. F. Wohlitka Jr FN T J Flaherty III DC2 C N So e DCFA L. S. Stellman, DC1 S. L. Chrestman, DC3 R.D.Ban1en. " ' ' ' ' '- gg' i 340 A FRONT ROW: BTC I. E. Pinkston, BT2 J. Sass, BTI H. 0. Linville, BT3 7w " FRONT ROHM: FN J. A Schaefer, BT2 J. W. Ash, BT3 A. FN P. R. Anderson BT3 J. L. BT3 Tho FRONT ROW BTe B. J. son, FN J. Ackiss, FN F. E. McDonald, BT3 H D. W. Clowers, FN D. C. Brooker, FN M. J. Burt, BT3 D. G. T. R. Jones, FN D. C. Smith,AFN A. P. Penkalski, FN P. S. Marr, FA G. H. FNMD. Anderson, FN A. G. Ritchie, FA G. B. Trumble, FN C. I... Patterson, FN Weedon. A J. E DWISIQN , ff f X. WH, W, ,, ,V " .a 5-,I ' f' j -Q A f , Z , , it , , za WQLWFS X i , Q j , , 3 rmp ' I ' n f ,L VVE-LT ,, V V I sv .....nm,,X , ,,,, , L N, I -- ,ff so yy WWE, fffff M A.. ,.., A ,fnwm f V V W-1: - 1 7 .ofa-is V 4 :MVN L-:P ' ff,,,, , x.mX, ,.,,, f W ,h,,,, . ,,,,, ,,,,, ,,... L 4 ,,,,,,. 5, ,,,.. W in llllll ' Xxfxx w x , M X W m. A , A , of ifffffr M' V ' . A A ,--'W' ' , ,wx ,w 4, f . , 'Q N ' ' Z W NF? W m ' " ef '- G y Nm. J lt fi '? FRONT ROW H J Marquezl Mlller C L Eckhardt D A Nadle E J Sweeney C L Gibson R J Hayden C B Wheeler B M Devlno A B Lrb erty BACK ROW I T Monroe W A Peery R J Klng L Mazar R A Irvme F Schoenberger D F Huth M L Callahan I C Barrd L D Cart wrlght D L Wells B S Stokes FRONT ROW M D Freeman R F Wrlkm I C Sands M J Suchoza B N ,larvls E E McCaleb R L Sherman E J Srgmund A .l Nelson A l Norton L S DUUCICWICZ E E McPherson T N Donahue BACK ROW B M Peterson R A Dalton S J Toth H S Srmpson R A Burke M L Trotter I J Jones T L Luzader P R Frenthway J J Stme 34 :.. . ,.. ,.. ,.. ,.. ,.. ,.. ,.. ,..- . :.. ,.. ,..,. ,.. ,. ,..,.. ,.. ,..- 5. ev, Li' X ll t , if it ri? xl .r . 1 - . X . ., :.. ,Il ,., ,.. ,.. ,.. ,.. ,.. ,.. ,.. , " .. . :.. .. ,..,.. ,.. ,.. 1 , . . , - - 9 7 ,.,,,.,. ,-- ,-- - in -I T1 ,, , .,,,..... . .,.,..... . .....-, .t.-..H..-..-...-.-..--...e.-.-....f., -., .,,L.....a... ,D...J.v......,-,..--.....4.,,:..e4.,4...-,....L..,..Le..........l,, .-,:.....-. .-.,..L.....,.:i...m,.Y,,e.......H-..-....,.,.,..,-,,....,.....-...J,,....,,-...,.,,..,....,.- -,,-. -..-.. , .,..-W-.-- - - 342 AF' FRONT ROW: R. L. Brown, C. K. Strong, J. O. Carr, R. D. Deal, J. M. Blankenship, R. A. Best, W. B. Creager, A. Ochoa, J. R. Boehmer, A. C. Psarros. MIDDLE ROW: C. B. Fountain, R. F. Lyon, J. Hensley, J. D. Gilman, T. B. Pietrzyk, A. J. Mueller, J. H. Nix, W. J. Glenn, W. M. Roach, J. R. Ord, R. F. Diaz, E. D. Graff, B. R. Stokes. BACK ROW: N. P. Polizzi, J. W. Washington, A. L. Milke, S. C. Smith, D. L. Williams, C. J. Emery, R. J. Pickworth E. C. Brazzell, D. L. Debrine, E. H. Webb, J. E. Marra, T. F. Duggan. U55 JUSEVEL T FRONT ROW: A. E. Moutray, R. L. Thims, F. A. Bond, P. Petrikat, E. C. Curley, J. B. Carter, J. R. Logan, C. C. Smith H W Scheetz J K M. Sneyd. .WIDDLE ROW: E. J. Saldana, J. D. Ingles, R. L. Carey, J. A. Rettig, W. H. Naill, J. L. Singleton, D. E. Prior j. R vC0r.bin ,K J JJhn!On.M Spears W, R. Brown, B. R. Stokes.BACK ROW: R. H. Hanson, F. H. Henderson, C. T. Peters, J. E. Childers, R. L. Rarent,iO. F. Dlesen, J. T. Silencer, L. Ji Scharding, R. J. Roed, B. C. Dowell. 1 344 .., .. W I N. , f ' M I X N . X , is mm... ' , . Y .. Q, A K S Q Q , -s 1 X . . . X S X .N 'X . N., , wmv f s X .4 A s is 1 5 ' 5 FRONT ROW: MM3 J. T. Johnson, MM3 P. M. Green, FA F. W. Thompson, FA J. J. Moulds, MR2 R. A. Cassell, MMI C. L. Brueshaber, MR3 J. M. Pxliszka, MR3 H. R. Cuss, MMI M. S. Oliver, FN J. B. Sullivan, FN S. E. Dillingham. MIDDLE ROW: LT. R. H. Hicks, MM3 R. J. Gregory, FA R. A. Vorce, MM3 E. C. Smedberg, FN T. L. Murrell, FN P. P. Blaso, MR3 W. A. Helser, MM3 C. V. Fowler, FN L. E. Major, MM3 E. L. Loughrey, FN L. T. Payne, MM3 M. A., Roberts, CWD-2 Carl Mariano. BACK ROW: MM3 B. R. Clark, FN K. M. Haynes, MR3 J. B. Kovach, FN M. J. Roberson, MM3 T. R. Ford, MRCS C. Ei. Eddins, MM3 R. B. Ballard, FN E. O. King, MMI W. S. Stark, FN T. W. Bliss. X A DIVISION FRONT ROW: MM2 W. F. Connor, FN L. E. Major, MM3 J. E. Bell, FN T. N. Beard, FN D. L. Prine, FN C. S. Ratkov, MM2 G. L. Reynolds, FN R. L. Wood, FN P. L. Marmorato. MIDDLE ROW: MM3 C. D. Lyles, FA R. Day, FN C. F. Bell, FN-WV. W. Could, FN W. J. Dreyer, FN J. V. Murphy, EN3 J. E. Curry, MM3 D. R. Marchione, MM3 R. M. Vuckich, MMC C. R. Bordelon. BACK ROW: FN C. W. Hill, MM2 W. T. Efimoff, A , - . . A , ,.,,,, MM3 A. A. Raulerson, MM3 D. M. Crosby, FN M. L. Combs, FN J. D. Buss, EN2 S. L. Davis. FRONT ROW: MRI C. L. Mamas MR3 K. R. Phillips MR3J W Fox MM1 L L Kirh FA M A H 'd ' 9 1 ' ' 9 . . , ' . k, M . I ' I FN J. E. Buker, MM3 s. J. sears, MR3 J. A. Rose. MIDDLE ROW: MMC E. L. Whittakez, MR2 B. E. iviiwlilc FA lifting 1liull1lmmFNM1llll 2cR'vzil J filiinkenilllivig L. P. Ridenour, .MR3 R. C. Reilly, EN2 P. F. Zeller, MM3 J. A. Gottschalk, FN F. M. Davis, MR3 J. C. Reiiibehl J R alijl L .B,i1CKerJQ5IgEJ MM3 R. L. Barker, MR3 C. A. Faldetta, FA D. R. Huddleston, EN3 C. F. Zeller, MM3 R. W. Conolly MM2 L Pappert, III MR.3 J. NCATICJ d MMSJ Dias V 1 - , . . woo , . . , FN J. Kennedy, FN E. R. French. DIVISION 4th DIVISION I 346 2nd FRONT ROW: BM2 Ralph Tice, BM3 Robert Beyer, BM3 Ralph Lumley, BM2 Donald Harris, SN Marvin Garcia, SN Donald Jose, SN Ralph Perzanowski. SA Joe Bonilla, SN Paul Chatfield, SN Frank Beranek. MIDDLE ROW: BMI Brooks Bizman, BM3 William Raybern SA Charles Baugh, AN James Colunio, SA Melvin Luttrell, SN Charles Herrera, SN Robert Folsom. SA Ramiro Carcia,V SA Thomas.Burns, SN Darrel Briscoe, SA Eugene Austin, LTJC Paul Hutchens. BACK ROW: SN Dennis Yeager, SA John Van Hoosier, SN Ronald Clement, SN Cary Carver, SN Bert Wilcox, SN Nazario Maestas, SN Alex Cutrirez, SN David Carman, SN Eu- gene Stevenson, SN Curtis Bowman. 3rd DIVISION FRONT ROW: BM2 L. M. York, BMI W. O'Donnell, BMI J. F. Cusiclkgx SN P. W. Kelsey, SN P. C. Klestinec, SN D. J. Hebel, SN WQM . Norris, BM3 J. W. Billeter, BM3 R. Reed, BM3 M. E. Fannin, BM3 D. L. Daggett, SA L.'M..Broome, SN D. M. Peck, SN V. L. Stevenson. BACK ROW: ENS C. C. Smith, SN D. R. Kresley, SNM. W. Leggett, SN L. D. Sanderson, SN N. H. Stein, SN M. L.. Arnold, SN W. A. Staats, SN P. J. Kerns, SN C. R. Boelter, SN C. 1. Calligan, SN J. D. Cloutier, SN M. A. Strickland, SN J. B. Stiles, SN W. E. Rabitor, SA R. L. Lyons, SN C. W. Leary, BM3 V. F. Woods, SN R. M. Toma- selli, SN H.C. Conti, SN P. E. Larry, BNISN J. W. Pugh. l FRONT ROW: SN D R- Emanuel, SN Adolph F- Rohlfes, SN Edward L. Edwards, BM1 ciaytdd E. wdid. MIDDLE Row. SN Alben H. 'Per- geI3u?2JhSlAYgIohpl Ri Ceihmheig SN Gregory A. Mackey, SN Daniel A. Ciffin, SN Robert R. McCarty, BM3 Larry B. Foster, K' D S .h al' Off Rlcafflo FIOFCS- BACK ROWC LTIC Charles A. Robinson, SN William A. Kerlavage, BM3 mg - mn , SA Robert M- Lewis, SA Robert H. Dahlgaard, SN Lewis D. Dick, SN Keith F. Noack, SN Robert R. Row- an, SN Stephen S. Escobedo, BM3 Harry I. Magee. eland J- MOUIOH, SN Robert P- B0UCl'lCl', SN Larry D Taylor SN Michael A Schoettle SN Kenneth 5th DIVISION FRONT ROW-' SN N- Befflief, GMGSN K. Blair, LTJC W. Speer, GMGG H. Bryant, GMGSN D. Elliott, GMG3 R. Koziar, SN R. Lewis.BACK ROW: GMCSN F. Mcintosh, GMG3 R. Shew, GMG3 R. 'Schoultz, SN G. McClure, GMG3 .l. Swindell, SN M. Williams, GMG3 L. Sphar, CMC1 G. White. NOT IN PHOTO: GMGC D. Doe, GMG2 T. Murphy, GMG2 I. Jones, GMGSN R. Dickey, GMG1 R. Tiemann, SA J. Danko. FOX DIVISION 345.7 em FRONT ROW: FTGSN Richard M. Pasternak, SN George Gunn, FTG-3 Gregory M. Fox, FTG-3 Donald R. Squires, FTGSN Frank J. Lembo, FTG-3 Vin- cent D. Biondo, FTG-2 William W. Winchell. MIDDLE ROW: ENS. James M. Jones, FTG-3 Paul F. Danahv. FTG-3 Ronnie L. McGhee, SN James C. Perry, FTGSN Terry Harrington, FTG-3 Richard P. Sannicandro, FTGSN Thomas W. Cockerell, LTJG Fred G. Perry. BACK ROW: FTG-3 Herman P. Lieber, FTGSN Leslie B. Mong, FTGSN Lawerence E. Schweitz, FTG-3 Eric T. Vrem, FTGSN Glen C. Semmelmann, FTG-2 Philip R. Gaither, SA Joel L. Schuitema, FTGC Raymond W. Wilson. .VOT IN PHOTO: FTGG Carl YE. Huhndorf, FTG-2 Paul K. Herring, FTGSN' David H. Jagoda, SA Thomas A. Vaught, FTG-3 Raymond H. Champagne. ....,..,-..,.L4-,.. ....a...:,.,....w-.-... .-..,N...... .... ... ...-...-f:....... ,............ ..... .:..-....'...-,. n-,.,... lx R. M ,, Z Z Z ff Z Z 2 Q Z 2 X Q Z Z Q Z X , Z 2 7 Z W DIVISION W FRONT ROW LTJCJ M 0Hearne SN L R NIQFIITI CMT3 R C Smlth SN P M Zorlch CMT3 W R Heckman CMT3 C E Elmer CMT3 R E Bur ton CMT2 C B Apodaca SA D L Chapman SN D E Hale SN N R Langlals GMT3 D J Mahoney LT W L Vmcem BACK ROW GMTC D C OCOU nell CMT3 R L Knapp CMT2 C C Lantls GMT3J W Crlttenden GMT1 L C Beaty CMT3J 0 Boland CMTI E F Slomlnskl CMT3 L I Cunekl CMT3J P Lockerman CMT3 C M Souders GMTIJ L Donely CMT3 D R Wllson W01 L Prather G DIVISION FRONT ROW A03 T C Roberts SN K L Smith A021 E Bloclgett AN VI C Rodrlguez SN T R Thacker A03 K A Paul SN Nl Lozano lr SN F Lopez ,Ir A02 C E Jr Mltchell A021 E Barnes A01 C W McCu1re MIDDLE ROW EMCS H Selderman AN 0 D Warfield A021 L Cowels AO2J Perry AN C A ,larvls AA R J Klnder SNJ K I-llcks BMI E L McDan1el AN W M Woodllef AN C M Murphy W2 F 0 West AOCJ Sokolia Jr. BACK ROW':. A02 H. T. johnson A02 R. T. Baugh A03 R. D. Kjeldahl A03 L. Christopherson A03 M. J. Murphy Jr. AN COT. Wllson A03 I J. L. Kreglow, AN C. L. Prentice, AN F. D. Frasca, A03 J. R. Babb, A02 F. Caldwell lr. 34 ii, D V A V milk.. ,.. Q ,,,..w...Z!,yrJ-M,,.-..., ggiws- W . X W1 K YQQ5, Y A , -'exif f.T2'--s..N1kg.y- f- , X We- 0'-I W f fs' . ' ,,f'i51w..w --:H avg-ss..,fAw.,, . F? G ii il V E L- T . , .r X Nfl . I QAT. - an - -I - , ,I .M K 3 f, ,. s fi, 4' ' .............. A... .... D 1115, B.. l 1 FRONT ROW: LT C. V. Miller, AN E. B. Masson, A02 A. S. Cornwell, AN H. D. Pallasch, AN C. S. Cilchrese, SN S. J. Fantroy, A03 J. R. DefXgg,LA0R3 W. C. Campbell, A03 R. L. Prelwitz, AA R. A. Pence, A03 D. K. Sink, AOCS R. E. Nelson. BACK ROW: A02 W. C. Baker, A02 A. A. Maddox, . . Davis, A03 W. C. Murphy, A03 S. W. Howell, A03 J. P. Frazier, AN R. L. Winterod, A02 J. L. Mercer, A02 C. 0. Pettis, LTJG T. D. Gustafson. .. GUIDED MISSILE DIVISION 'Wm FRONT ROW: A02 E. T. Weaver, AOAN P. J. Karcheski, AA J. A. Miete, A03 T. D. Collier, AN J. R. Graham, SN W. F. M. Kele- her, AN S. J. Alliman, A03 B. J. Meade, A03 S. 0. Brown, AN A. B. Hayes. MIDDLE ROW: A03 M. J. Varner, AOAN D. L. AnderS0Ua A03 B. C. McMains, AN R. A. Erb, A03 E. H. Beck, A03 J. McDonald, A03 J. S. Lamastra, A03 R. L. Sheldon, AN R. C. Contl, AN T. D. Hofstee. BACK ROW: LCDR R. L. Kriewall, AOC C. R. Rogers, A01 J. H. Potts, A03 H. J. Shier, A03 W. E. Hill, A03 C- D- Semmler, AN J. E. Lee, AOAN R. K. Kareiva, A02 K. C. Turnquist, A01 D. J. McGowan, A03 B. E. McCormick, AN M. L. R055- .YOT IN' PHOTO: ENS J. D. Folkerts, A03 J. B. Emmel, A03 B. E. McCray, AOAN M. D. Henry, AN J. R. Cunningham, AN N. L. Perfetti, SA R. F. Arnold, SA P. B. 0'Daniel. S-3 352 gain, A mr V W Y .v - FRONT ROW: SN T. Clark, SN J. Wadley, SH2 E. Brown, SHI L. Estabrook, SH2 K. C. Sawdey, SN D. Parker, AN Coldsworthy, SA D. Yoakum, ADJN Rusch, SN C. E. Knigge. MIDDLE ROW: SHC R. Croninger, SH2 C. Kirby, SH3 D. Cooper, SH3 S. M. Davis, SN J. Thorne, SN R. Murphy, SH2 S. W. Fadden, SHl B. Roach, SH3 R. J. Hayden, SN J. Smith, SH2 J. Robinson, AN Riley, SC LT. C. R. Halstead. BACK ROW: SH2 F. W. Spears, SN W. Reedy, SN J, Platt, SH3 R. W. Brittain, SHSN Blackburn, SN S. Laird, FN J. Peterson, SN R. Peters, SA J. Phemister, R. Woods. "H l . 5 ,. , mmm A ' i A l 5 V i R. l l FRONT ROW: SN R. L. Higgenbotham, SN L. Sommer, SH3 A. J. Molitano, SN R. E. Toups, Jr., AN P. J. Orr, SN W. J. McCracken, SN G. Correia, SA C. J. Reed, AN J. Criddle, AN P. Teves. MIDDLE ROW: SH2 C. Cardenhire, SN J. Evans, SN E. Lecompte, SN M. C. Sefakis, AN Curran, SN- T. C. Bow- man, SH3 J. L. Foxworth, AN Cutrell, AN J. C. Davis, McCullough.BACK ROW: SN W. Mihalik, SA Favor, SH2 J. D. Henderson, AN Ballus, SN J. Mirecki, SN J. O. Cass, SN L. White, SA R. Butts, SH3 Todd, SN H. Leflere. A ul FRONT ROW: TN J. W. Rmaer, SDI V. B. Baylosis, TN R. C. Rodriguez, SD3 R. P. Base JR., TN R. F. Calo, SD2 S. R. Cabales. TN D. N. Estoy, TN F. R. Nlabalot JR., TN A. C. Arellano. B.-ICK ROW: SDC J. C. Bernardo, SD2 J. B. Lucero, TN C. Nlixon, TN 0. S. Layug, SN F. A. Sharp, SD2 E. J. Benoit, TN W C ll QD2 C L Cutierrez TN R W Brown SDZI C Nlamansag TN R O Luarca TN W D Nlaraan, TN A. V. Landingin. SD2 P. O. Lapada, T.'.oey,s .. , , ,... ,, V ' J i ' V V'd TN E. F.J ' TN S. C. L' ,TN R. A. Valencia, TN R. TN R. C. Rosario, SD3 C. A. Quedado JR., TN l. A. Nlaen, TN 0. C. Siababa, TN A. R. ia o, avier, inezo C. Estipona. 5, .. ...W ,,,,, a Nsirlmh. Wfwnsxn-WM, A N R' h d A Heath AN Kit D Se riff AN Vlicheal T Wilev AK3 Richard A Adamonis, AKS Jerome L. Duncan, AK1 Cene A. Palzer, FRONT ROW: AKA ic ar . , , 1 . g , i . 1, . AK3 john W. Cidley, AK3 Thomas J. Saldino, AK3 Raymond C. Kaup, AN Donald W. Estes. BACK ROW: CWO Ernest R. Atchison, AN Micheal K. Mullins, AK2 James C. Keethler, AK2 Harry K. Burchett, AN. Dionisio Lara, AN Donald J. Clayton, AA Cary P. Pyle, AN Johnny L. Mayberry, AN William R. Stull, AK3 Dale D. Heinsohn, AN James W. Hall, AKAN James V. Leforge, AN Benny K. Johnston, AN Victor K. Villont, AK3 Jerry C. Hill, AK2 Freddy E. Smith, AK3 Ronald L. Danner, LTJC Jay Nuzom. S-5 S-6 353 .:.-.amcf PM 4: Hr X 2 Z , ....,. .,xX . ' . . X wi 7' z yffwg-24 ,9 5 722-'Sv-1 . . -W 'Mfg-:."f'l' Aaah.. 'law :I- vnaszgj' fff,-A " VVWQ- ",vWf4f- f3"'Mff TI"1'fx'v14 E . ,W -,.,. Z ,,,.M,..- . i.Q7.Z'Wlk.,"f2v-ei-1 , 07914, ,L 5 wg : , I 17 I .VF kjwcl hw.: 3 ka if , .fff-2: 05.11 W-1' 155-54 . 4- -V "'f'TZr.3.?,Zf1'eJ, , ,' f -.'v'-:Hy-. , .f,.,,,V.V,, ...T ,.,...,,, vfv " MZ: ., :WP . : .. f ff -fi F5 ,.-,, .Ms .,., 7. .... . .Na f ...wi ff. . 'mil' . .if ...vel-,,,,,,. ff'-3--w 4 .' ff. . 7.4" 13 .Q - ,V . 1-Aa' .- 4. fha.. 1 . 'z'i':-:THQ " '- 'I S215 . iii f fx - x Nr Q XX f ws 7: .fwfii Q: uf' Q .,,..,, 5 ag ,N . Xe-4"' fs M' .- ww K Q-1... ww. vm, r1,mms5vaz.r L , ' el R Wvmwww A Wflm... ,f f N1 ' TX "QW f... FRONT ROW: SN Mclntyre, FA T. Knapp, AN T. J. Faas,-EMFN J. D. Smeler, AN Tetreault, FN J. L. 0'Such, BTI P. J. Leblanc, FN C. L. Partington, FN K. Harms, SN R. P. Smith, SN D. E. Castelein, AN D. W. Brown, SN D. H. Shelton. BACK ROW? FN Malone, AN D. W. Baldwin, AN C. Nl. Dougherty, SN Hartzler, AA R. C. Curvin, A03 J. L. Cowles, EMFN Cogley, ACAN M. E. Helvie. A55 BYSEVEL 7' EQOQVT ROW: SS M' Mead, AN J' W' Pearson, AN -l- F- ROPCF, SN D,AII1iC0, SN Townsend, ABEAN S. W. Harrison, SN O. Gomez, "H TOWN, 1 . S J. W. Shaw, ---, AN S. D Kovach, BT3 N Landy AN Southerland AN P Lo z AN I R Kovacs ---, AO3.B. E. MCC-ray, ADJ3 .l. K. Butrick, ICFN R. T. Belcher. BACK ROW: AA C. A. Blanton, AN-,Hayes FN Stein. 'SNPTBNT Williams ---, SN V. D. Ta- ninies, FN. Hudcfas, . ' ' ' ' ' ' -fsfwrv . if ww - X 55451 o fi" Q-1 " ..: '- 'Y ' if E .- ' """ 'WH v vvwv """"" " ""'A "M M" """"""' iw.: ""ff M4512 "f""'f We ""' """" v .. N .... my , 1111:1Maa21'-ef: we.f....:-...,-1-...-we -e-...gf ' ,, ,,,, , "N' ' "" A . ..... . M. ..., x .lr . , ..., 7 fffaww ,..., W Mm' 'M Wwfe K .. ......, fx , . mf 4 ,,.rv4'2f"?9'. ,mf , , "' . 'Q' N4 .iw Q4 N K S M J ff X 494' fqf, X X X v -fi' X fy if I Xxf 1 ' f ff. l 'V MW? WZ Y l l FRONT ROW: ABF2 E. E. Turnbull, AN J. T. Wall, ..., AN Bowen, ..., AN J. Darden, ..., FA R. A. Rasmussen, AN S. E. Caskowski, AN Gonzales, ..., FTC3 W. J. Blackburn. BACK ROUF: FN Purcell, ..., ..., ..., AN C. C. Scbenerwerk, ..., FN Thornton, ..., FA C. B. Jones, ..., ADJ3 J. Haas. w I l 1 l l l l l . l 1 l 1 l FRONT ROW: ---, ---, ---, FN Jones, ABE3 D. McCall, FN M. Keagy, SN S. H. Longo, SN E. Rizzo, SN Vidales, MIDDLE ROW: SN Caolo, ..., AN Duprey, SA F. Lawrence, FA Y. Pendak, AN E. Dove, ADJ2 D. Campbell, SN McAmis, ..., ..., .., AN M. Mortinson. BACK ROW: ..., ..., ..., AN Hopper, EM3 H. B. Bryant, ..., SN Jacobson, SN Perreault. l , .,. -4 ... f - H" , wwf . .........-rvmlzzzf Mm I .171 A ' Gkfiffx i """ M 1.-. ., K-1?:f MJ- X on ' wffl Y: " .1115 . .f A I 1... w "fW'1Q-ew' ------ if X ' M ..,., inPK"N'x' -'Y-'Sz I 1. - 'WW x a ria " f . f' .. ,, Jfvwffw -fe-24: , Q . x ffffffwfm , 2nSlswW!'1 ' syn". f :M X ., N X f Wlleieffffie '-Q.. W fffff -1. ..., gf . . , A Q .W ,..,,,,,-- X ,ff ,.,,,w, ,W , ff Wx. , ,,,,, f mt, ...... , ,VK ,W W ,X , f " iQfV,,, wv ' ,zi MM" W... X W" ?' ' Q N9 'gs . fy' ' PP 'XXX " 'f Y ,pa-5 'S mf., f 7'-KX .xlvg F-is ,, IF XE? , ff ' F 74 11..xn '. W, W W N N ee"' Nw M""1?'f X Wm As ! so A NW . W X k fn zmxswfff wtf 1 n f "AF ,,,,,,,,,,, X . X X 9 7 f N' 'Su'-5' "'iQx X ' x W X x QS. ! a N S37 f A I, . ,3.,.,,,4, . .,.,. V. Jzl , , In mr, ,,,, ,Mm ,k,, M ,M -,,, i ' ,. .... ,,., ,... , ,.,, ,..., .,... - .... .... , sq.......-.,--.....:.,..u.... Hff . .ef wry' f. . - lf. x - I v ' f, . I f ,. - . as w raw . M:Qw,,f .. an .N Q -f . .N ,. ..,. ......... 1 .3 , , ' ' "H Q "ff N f W1 iw N "' ' A " K on ., ,f ., 'lx YV ,MZ -SN?3,ii'11vJS42Xff'9fv'W' ',f?35W aW, y2?i1NW"M:::1:v'w 115592 , 7 i :.. f-N Sf?x3iz,5ig,f ,.5 W3 x V Afigxx ly Q57 wax , iQKWi,?!?,. ,,, L ZmWi:,w.N4gj:x::gYY ky, . 4. ., .pw Akmwyx 1 i W x V 3,265 WWg,5.,,, R absrss. ..3h...rs41wfw f...Ww3g ......,,,.A .Www XM? ..... .W MMM.. . , . . . f r naw H Y . V. .X , M , ,f,M.yw' , f ,. f. A .. ,gs Q ifijffwivl f.....x W f x. f ,W -""- ,rm-V fam' W -s X l f H my Q mm M. ,, r . ,...... . ., A ., . . , t OA OC 356 R ' A . l A E .ffm I ' A... L FRONT ROW: ACAN V. R. Sims, AN W. J. Boyd, AC3 F. L. Helser, AC2 T. A. NovoCradac, AC2 E. L. Lund, ACI B. H. West, AC3 R. H. Plymell, ACI C., L. Falls, AC3 R. F. Decook. BACK ROW: LT R. C. Schiffner, AC2 T. A. Snell, AC M. Powers, AC2 W. A. O'Keeffe, ACAN L. C. Owens, AN I. M. Faiella, AC2 R. W. Ciese, AC2 E. Haywood, AC3 W. S. Johnson, AN D. L. Bush, ACC R. W. Bonk. NOT IN PHOTO: ACI D. O. Robinson, AN M. Sheldon, ACAN D. A. Baer, AA D. D. Barker. ,X ,wswsv f ZXZYWSV V OCZ-57 ff.-Lf . e v w. I 1 .-M5 ,H , . sz, I -' -C, ff V 9 "3" 5 3 f dy sf fffky .., .L NY W5 sf ff f ly 4 , f - SK-9 ' e. f V ww . 4 . , ,sm iw , A Pr Q, ' ' V V, K fsmwsf, .W WW., 1, ff ff was sf f v 2 I f A , L fs is NWS., f... as 1 W ,X is ..W.-Wiwwsfyy sy - f ,WN . M , 4 f 1. As 4. .sw-1' W , .. ,, "" I RZ?" I mfs f M A ,, my ,., ' 4..Qy,.7 x , 75? '. ' - sw ' ' ,Q f' , FRONT ROW: AC3 C. M. Schlabig, ACAN S. L. Hisam, AC2 T. A. Capps, AN M. J. Reinert, AC3 J. R. Benson, AC2 A. J. Byrd, AN R. N. Cilland, ACAN A. V. Widders, AN C. L. Smith. BACK ROW.: LCDR R. D. Bate, LT L. L. Fink, ACI I. F. Worrell, AC3 M. P. O'Brien, ACI R. M. Vorce, ACC B. M. Hayes, ACAN D. B. Shipe,AC3 R. L. Trotter, ACAN W. A. Harris, AC2 R. F. Cray, AN W. W. Fliegel, ENS W. H. McDonald, LT R. F.. Larsen. NOT IN PHOTO: CDR R. W. Schwab, AN N. S. Smith, AN R.'D.'Weahunt, ACI M. L. Riggs, ACI L. J. Nobles, ACC W. P. Edgemon, AC3 K. N. Klockars, ACAN M. E. Helvie, AN J. E. Godwin, ACAM F?T? Janssom. OE FRONT ROW: ETN3 R. S. Morton, ETR2 L. M. Thomas ETN3 C. L. Patterson, ETC R. W. Annis, ETN2 E. C. Rusboldt, ETR2 D. E. Wright, ETR3 T. J. Smith. MIDDLE ROW: EMO LT W. E. Blizzard, ETN3 R. M. Dorman, ETNSN D. E. Defever, ETN2 D. A. Doane, ET1 C. D. Davison, ETR2 J. A. Macino, ETRSN C. E. Fear, ETN3 L. M. Lane, SN A. T. Speros, Div Off LTJC W. C. Prehm. BACK ROW: ET2 R. F. Ashauer, ETRSN J. L. Baughman, ETN2 T. L. Kindred, ETR2 L. E. Raymond, ETN3 C. W. Livingston JR., ETR2 J. D. Parson, ETRSN M. R. Flom, ETN3 R. L. Rhodes. FRONT ROW: ETCM E. M. C. Rankin LCPO, ETR2 M. J. Vigil, ETN3 M. M. Abell, ETN3 T. J. Smith, ETN2 D. V. Payeur, SN C. B. Stovall JR., ETN3 J. P. Carper, ETR2 R. M. Jackson, ETN3 K. R. Larson JR., ETR2 J. W. Benham. BACK ROW: ETN3 D. F. Schultze, ETR2 B. M. Herring, ETR2 R. E. Wiedle, ETN3 S. J. B. Carter, ETl W. R. Marshall, ETN3 D. E. Jackson, ETN3 J. A. Iorgenson, ETR3 R. J. Ford, ETR3 D. H. Weaver, ETRSN W. P. Bourland, 357 .. -.. FRONT ROW: SN James Higgins, SN Edward, Fuller, SN Ronnie Holden, SN Calvin Bunnell, RDC George Williams, RD2 Donald Waters, RD3 Richard, RD2 Wayne Holden, SN Clarence Alexander, Douglas Reynolds.BACK ROW: ENS LTJC Kenneth Clarke, SN Phillip Clour, SN Howard Downs, RD3 Sam Odom, RD3 Frank Jennings, RD3 Joe Garza, SN Donald Alexander, RD3 Robert Lyle, RD3 Larry Dodsno, RDSN Robert Woody, SN James Reihing, RD2 George Radel, RD2 Thomas Flowers, HD3 James Lynch, SN Sam Whitehean, SN Fred Nlathews, RDI Joseph Dansereau, LTJG Thomas Baumgarten, ENS Jim McGlinn. NOT IN' PHOTO: RDI Charles Hickman, RDSN Charles Klimowicz, SN David Eager, RDSA Albert Havranek, SA Richard Valentine, RDSN Daniel Murray, RDSA John Lennon, RDSA James Gersin, SA Clay Tiknis. FRONT ROW: RD2 Jerry Batton, RDSN Ronald Humphrey, RDI Cyrus Battiest, SN Charles Hughes, RD3 William Bogle, RDCM Arthur Flowers, RDI Al- fred Chouinard, SN Lawerence Fuller, SN John Price, RDSN Richard White. B.-ICK ROW: WOVI David Lee, LCDR Emil Gram, RD3 James Hochstedler, RDSN Roger Keisling, SN Robert Kelley, RD3 Walter Blusewicz, SN Kenneth Legge, RD3 Ronnie Brock, RD3 Richard Shapleigh, SN Jimmy Stewart, SN Francis Quinn, RD3 Raymond Deal, SN Terry Ellenberger, SN Charles White RDSN Gordan Alstrom RD2 Harold Purnell RD2 Chester Ha den RDSN - U I 7 9 9 Y 9 Richard Kelly, RD2 Homer Harrill, SN Walter Merrill, RDC Ruben Johnson, .ENS Ronald Turriello. .VOT IN' PHOTO: RDSA John Ferrari, SA Ben Williams, RDSA Robert Williams, RDSA Norman Gallant, SA Richard Layton, RDSN Daniel Pellegrini. l FRONT ROW: AN D. L. Gerber, YN2 C. K Peterson, PHI J. A Hendricks, AN E M. Shinn PHAN B ' ' ' ,. .L.Shl .. ' 2C.D.J , PH3 W. H. Cloutman, PH2 C. D. Swann, AN W. J. Harrigan, PT2 T. A. Knutson. BACK ROW: PH2 R. MakowsTci0iDiWSNTlR JB SBiTdlylR1bki'iNDTI C. West T152 J. A. Stout, PH2 G. R4 Dahlin, PH3 C. Brown, PHC H. L. Hawthorne, LT D. A. Winarski, CWO M. E. Gorum, AN H. J. Devlin PH2 M. J. King, PTI 58 R. C. Billingsley, PT3 D. C Adels, YN3 R. L. Ashe, PH3 G. A. Arab, PT3 W. C. Ashworth, PHI J. D. Goss , FRONT ROW: AN J. C. Lynch, ADCS D. W. Hendrick- son, AEC A. B. Kramer, ADJC R. J. Creenley, ASC B. J. McCarley, AZ3 J. R. Sparks. MIDDLE ROW: LTJC R. H. Van Allen, AZ3 J. M. Mayrand, AA S. A. Redden, AN C. A. Dillen, AN G. A. Anderson, ADRV1 A. H. Humphries, ASI R. E. Cress, AA L. S. Black. BACK ROW: AN F. F. Feaster, ADR2 D. H. Evans, AZI R. E. Hamaker, AA T. J. Williams, AE2 J. M. Chapman, AK2 A. E. Honeycutt, AN D. A. Renner, AN E. N. Norton. NOT IN PHOTO: AAL. C. Everett, AA C. J. Rose, AN J. C. Towns, AN C: A. Blanton, ADRC W, L. Codsil, AMCL A. R. Hemke, ATN2 R. J. Bishop, AA A. Jackson, ANQD. C. Husz, AA R.O. Hinman. IM-1 IM-2 FRONT ROW: ASI T. Dembinski,.ASE2"E. Calloway, ASH2 D. Little, ASI J. Winchester, ASM2 C. Moss, ASI C. Stroud, ASM3 R. Collins, ASE3 H. Mark- ham, ASI R. Kaiser. MIDDLE ROW: LT. D. A. Roberts, ASM3 R. Krnc, ASM3 W. Arnold, AMS3 A. Piquette, ASM3 D.. Campbell, ASM3 D. McDougall, AMS3 R. Fluette, ASMAN R. Booker, AA D. Blondhiem. BACK ROW: ASH2 J. Harris, ASI D. Duffy, ASEAN D., Drenner, AA A. Lawton, AN H. Crum, ASH3 R. Marquart, ASE3 L. Siefkes. f S FRONT ROW: AMSC W. Morgan, PRI C. McBride, AN D. Hutchinson, AMS3 W. Bare, PR3 R. Fontaine, PR3 C. Jarman, PR3 J. Greene, ADJAN E. True, AN J. Lane, ADJ3 D. McPeake, ADJ3 D. Young, ADJC R. Reynolds. MIDDLE ROW: PRI C. Flenner, AMS3 D. Dill, PR3 R. Florence, PRAN C. Hawkins, PRAN L, Tomson, ADJ3 R. Bormes, ADJI W. Beane, AMS3 R. Fluette, ADJ3 E. Tignor, LT D. A. Roberts. BACK ROW: AMS3 W. Johnson, AMH2 T. Whiffen, ADJ3 R. Wengler, AMS3 N. Nederfield, ADJ2 P. Schutte, AMSI J. Huckleby, AMHI C. Zielinski, AMS3 L. Miller, A-MS3 A. Piquette, ADJ2 C. Eraser, AMS3 R. Bishop, PRI E. Protin. 359 360 IM-3 FRONT ROW: ATC L. D. Ledbetter, ATN3 J. A. Cynan, ATN2 M. P. Hansgen, ATN2 D. L. Pike, W0 J. D. Sherrill, ATN3 T. C. Fiscus, ATN2 R. 0. Bon- h' TAN W. P. Th 'h, AT1 J. D. M K 'th , ATC L. V. Ferrante. BACK ROW: ATN2 E. E. Lemoine, ATR3 W. M. McConigle, e.TN2 J. E. Cal- nucc 1, A arms C el en AT1 J. M. Meme, ATN3 C. Cray, ATR2 B. W. H111, ATN2 W C. l , ATN3 S. W. R h, ATN2 M. D. F'nucane, ATR3 J. E. Kirkland, AT3 W. R. Neal, I gtleljdlns ATN3 M. L.ePTayes, ATN2 R. Ti 0'Malley, AZ3 J. R. Robinson, ATR2 W. W. Fouts, ATN3 A. T. Tillmon, ATR2 J. D. Schwartz, ATN2 L. C. Lassiter. FRONT ROW: AQC R. H. Hartley, A02 R. H. Wendt, A03 R. M. Stone, A02 P. L. Phillips, W0 J. D. Sherrill, A03 A. H. Raymond, AE2 J. A. McCuller, AQFAN R. P. Cuarino, AEC C. H. Dupraw.BACK ROW: AQF3 D. E. Phillips, AQC W. D. McDermott, A03 H. D. Horton, AQF2 J. H. Mitchell, A03 D. H- Cay, AE2 D. W. Thompson, AQB3 J. P. Dejnozka, AE3 P. P. Jasper, A02 A. J. Phillips, AE2 R. J. Graham, AOAN F. 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