Fresno (LST 1182) - Naval Cruise Book

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W ,, .X-- X f "" X- . -- - ' X- - ' ' X' -' 'X -X XX'- X XX X ' X XXX ' ' - ,XX X .- f X, 4. f ' , ,, , . . . .. . AJ X :T 7' Y , ., , A X . ' mu I 0 I .IV I I I mlm 313 I SZ OIZ3, 2,20 I Alaska: 'VV' g, EjQanlad'a Eggs WQ5' -1,-....,. Yv-..-., . ,.,....- w,,, ..........,.. V V VV- W V . V - . -. .........,....,.,, ,, ,,,, V 1 1 A ff1 1 111,f 1f 1 1 1, 1ff0?1Zf X 1 w11 f11f 1 1 f ff1171f f 1 f 1f 1 , 1 f 1ff ff1!fA1 1! fy! ff ff WX f1 ,1 4 4 X 1 ff 1f1! 1 X X V1 V1 ff X ff11 X uss mrssm qwr 11 2 1 I ,VM 0 fffff f 0 !1f 1 1 The USS PRVESN me one of seventeen Newport Ciass LST s and the first LS? in iaefcanstruzgtefd by Nafienai Hteeiwaarxel Shipbuilding Company,QNAS5C j mx the West Coast The keel far FRESH was laid 0151, 16 eceynfaer 1967, She Was launched an September 1968 and commissioned on 22 November 1969 Z N! FRESN 9 IS larger than elfher of two futher shxps bearing thxs name iS an eritlreiy new cfesfxgn, and X'81?fI8Sf5?If5 a Caiiiglefff departure from prevmus concepts of amphibious landmg siup Tins I.STIac1es the treeimeynal berw dems wkuch have beeia cixaracterxstxc csfall pnor LST censfmetxon since the first vesseie oifhm type were bmltm World War if in mdexf fe achxeve a sustained crulsmg speed of 2.0 knots, faster than the L5Tff1ad everfgoxie before, the PKESN was designed Wlflia f destroyer fype bww in place ofthe bow designed Q15 the aid LST This feature enables the ship ta eperate with time mode! day 1-ugh speed amplubxoufs forcee. 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V5 1, fff- ,gf f ,f,'1- V, gr-'11, V,.f'5z,-'Vf',,:y 'V .fzjfazgggf V2-Vik V222.451221-iii?-ikV::g3--V573,QV-151V-fV.1V-V1ViVg2gZf21'g,fVi:V4-gf,-2,-3 f , 104- 11 214- aff? MV-fa!Vya?ffff'2sz.::V1:fVVf-ie,-feizz-4,1zV-fm,-'f421fV TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE CONTENTS 1 FRESNO FACTS 2 TABLET OF CONTENTS 3 ABOUT THE SHIP'S SEAL 4-5 SHIP'S HERITAGE 5 COMMANDING OFFICER 7 EXECUTIVE OFFICER 8-9 Nfx DIVISION 10-13 SUPPLY DEPARTMENT 14-17 OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT 18-21 DECK DEPARTMENT 22-27 ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT 28-29 DEPARTING SAN DIEGO 30-33 THE IOURNEY OVER- 34-41 IAPAN 42-45 KOREA 46-47 HAWAII 48-49 FLIGHT QUARTERS 50-51 CEREMONIES 52-53 THE IOURNEY BACK 54-55 TALENT CONTEST 56-57 -TIGERS 58 BEAUTY CONTEST 59 wELCOME HOME 60-64 REFLECTIONS c ' 'Anno LST THE SHlP'Se SEAL The seal depicted above represents symbolically a number of themes pertinent to the ship. The central figure is a branch of the ash tree, which is native to the San Joaquin Valley in which the City and' County of Fresno are located, and from which they received their name. The ash, official symbol of Fresno County, is flanked on both sides by a cluster of grapes, one of the insignia of the City of Fresno, where a major industry surrounds the growing and processing of the grape. The motto "Paratus" displayed on the seal is the Latin for "ready," the condition which the ship FRESNO will strive to maintain at all times in accordance with its mission. Appearing slightly above this motto is the Danforth anchor, a key item in the capability of the LST and thus very significant as a symbol. V Prominently displayed above and at the side of the seal is the decorative border of antique gold in the Spanish heritage, both of the City and County of San Diego where the ship was built. PREVIOUS USS FRESNOS Two former FRESNO's have served the Navy and the Nation. The first, serving honorably in the First World War, was the cargo ship USS FRESNO. Launched in 1918, she made four Atlantic crossings that same year to ferry troops and supplies to the battle lines in France. After cessation of hostilities, the ship was decommissioned and turned over to the U.S. Shipping Board in 1919. - The second FRESNO was launched in' 1946 under the sponsorship of Mrs. Ruth Martin of the City of Fresno. This ship, USS FRESNO QCL-1215 Cpicturedj had an overall length of 541 feet and was armed with twelve 5-inch 38-caliber guns. This USS FRESNO served as flagship of Rear Admiral R. L. Conolly, Commander of Naval Forces, Eastern Atlantic and Mediterranean. After making goodwill calls to England, Ireland, Denmark, and Norway, the FRESNO returned to the United States, where she was decommissioned and placed in the reserve fleet. FRESNO' MRS. FLOYD H. HYDE, Sponsor of the Christening Ceremony MRS. JACK E. OLIVER christens the FRESNO with a bottle of champagne made in Fresno county HERIT GE LAUNCHINC1 . THE LAUNCHING CEREMONY - 28 SEPTEMBER 1968 UNDER CONSTRUCTION AT NASSCO SHIP YARDS -An Z-A 2- I I i I I 6 CAPT IOHN c. M KI LEY Captain Mtliinley intently observes some close steaining rnaneuvers. welcoming Commodore Higgins QCOMPHIBRON SEVENJ onboard the V Ta The Man In The Arena "It is not the critic who counts, not the man who points out how strong the strong man stumbles or where the doer of deeds Could have done them better4 The .credit belongs tothe man who actuallyvin the arenag whose face .is rriarred by dust and sweat and bloody who strives valiantlyp who efrs and Comes short again and again, who knows the great enthusiasrns, the great devo- tions, and spends hirnselfsin a worthy causep who, at the best, knows the triumph sofuhigh achievernentg and who, at the worst,.if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly, so that his plate shall never be with those coldnand timid souls wht-5 know neither victory nor defeats" Theodore Roosevelt FRESNOA One of his favorite jobs, reenlisting a crewmember. CDR STEPHE E. D0 LO At last the long mid watch is over, The weary soul. is fast asleep. The only sound Comes from the blower, As. the ship rolls gently across the deep. When thru the haze of ethreal dreams, The horrible words cut out with ease. Straight from the depth's of Hell, it. seems, "Looky Here!! I'Ve found some Dust Bunnysf' And there before my blurry eyes, Triumphant in Augustumajesty so., With a smile as radiant as sunlit skies, p He stands, - Our Intrepid, and Lively XO. RM1 A. D. CAbe1 Dogy Johnson 1 y Ifound some -Himalayan bred, mountain climbing, acrobatic dust bunnies in here! QMC Parmley QM2 Cuoco QM2 Crozer QMSN Fry QMSN Eller YN1 Sudmeyer YN2 Kreider PN1 Gwinner PNSN Isaac HMC Dwyer HN Grahm SN Strickler The Chief Petty Officer of the Command, Quartermaster, Yeo- men, Personnelmen, Hospital Corpsmen, Command Career Counselor, Postal Clerk and Mas- ter-At-Arms all combine to form the Navigationflixecutive Divx- NCI Burton 1 PC3 Romero BM2 Bolen sion, the most diverse division on- board FRESNO. A Multitude of tasks are performed by NXX including: Navigating the ship, keeping the crew healthy, maintain- ing good order and discipline, providing information on education, advancement and career opportunities, main- taining Sn updating all of the crews service records, han- dling the ship's correspondence and directives, giving legal assistance and providing a wide range of postal services. 8 HM2 Abear MA1 Hadenfeldt r r 1 ,,, , ka-fff ' K ' x 5 Qx S X X it Q Q55 X ff, Q ,N ' ,f ,,ff f i - 5, si .X Q 5. X MSX at asf! XSXQ Sf NN xii Vyyrrr -Egg J, - ix , - gg in -I Vx , C.- t .X E' his The "ADMIN' personnel of N! X DiViSior1 whose motto is "You want it Only the Quartermasters know for certain where we really are. when?!?" Chief Dwyer explains to HM2 Abear that he is the best racquetball player SN Strickler demonstrates the proper finger position for a prostate check. onboard. M51 Balce is HN Grahm's first blood withdrawl victim. BM2 Bolen filled stepped in to fill the billet as Career Counselor for deployment 9 SKC Deluosreyes SK2 Bustamante SK3 Harbin DKC. Rubi I A DKSN Tschadner SUPPLY LT Cray?-Sdpply Officer . ENS McKinlE-Ss-Digbursihg Offidar Y 10 DEP RTME T Qagws ,ffQg Qs9v , W ,, NX ,sw gf 1 1 W5 W' i g' is if V 0 lwkbsff X J f M E 44 S ,y ,ie l 4 , 4 , Z , X ' ,za Z Every division on a ship is important to that vessel being able to accomplish its mission. However, it is safe to say that without the divisions that comprise the Supply Department, no one else could carry on for very long. The materials and repair parts supplied by the Storekeepersg the Ship's Store, barbershop, laundry and soda'-3 provided by the Ship's Servicemenp the paychecks issued by the Disbursing Clerkp and the meals prepared by Mess Specialists are all essential needs for each and every sailor. Fresno's Supply De- partment does their job superbly! , V ., ' fri j f,,f' fi? ,'., t.z.1g'f.1,:zs-ss -.,- V , -fi, i 592 M iff Q W sWWV2fWgQfz li'v QZVX ,1t-sw -Af f. V f 1,-- as ig 0 ff X N , www' I Q j I f 1 f .. , i iyay Q, ww, ,j , V, Zvyffn ff ,f,, t ' I 5 its X S X .N Wns W so .Ss . if SH1 Guiang SH2 Mattson SI-I3 Togonon SHSN Warren SN Sotero SN McCorry SHSN Carncross 5 if MSC Worrell M51 Cuello M51 Balce M53 Hatfield M53 Gatling MSSN Stange M55N Franklin MSSN vafga M55A Guertin M55A McGhee M55A Walton FA Nazareno COCKS f , ffffiix b. 'fl 2 r , f, ' af 2 , HQ Z M 2 a X512 2Hf,M"f2 W X' iw wa, ax 1 alarrlw , 'aal N , afrl :W W "4 f.r NW xv f Z S ff X Kxrkk rr MS's work while everyone else relaxes. MSSN Varga in his usual position. "Man, I hope they don't give a urinalysis tomorrow!" M53 Hatfield entertains the crew with some lighthearted humor LCDR Tooley oPER TIONS DEPT. of the ship. Consisting of the Electronic Techni- cians, Signalmen, Operations Special- ists and Radiomen, Operations De- partment is the eyes, ears, and mouth LT Hanclrop ELECTRONICS DI . LTJG Bagood, ET3 Costello Mullis, ETB Meyer, ETSN Derr 4 f":,x V Not pictured: ET1 Beck, ET2 Delmont, ET2 - A 'Steel beach. ' Combat Flashbacks Dedicated early morning workout. Bo, Swamp, Derr, J ack, One, Cos . Always on call, the Electronic Technicians are the repairmen for Operations Department. The ET's go through ,extensive electronic training prior to coming to the fleet and even while at their command they attend many schools for certain pieces of equipment. All in all, the ET's spend several years in schools depending on the length of tour they serve 8: the equipment they have to work on. The ET's work on a wide range of electronic equipment ranging from the radio gear in Radio Central, to the radar and identification equipment in CIC, to the satellite navigation equipment top side. ' ' ' SGN LDI . f ,,A, , ,,,, eeeee ee , f 7' 1' e ,,,, ,f f K if if 7 i sf X . 1 X Y ,g C W4 1 , f fw, , 1 " H 'ffgff ,ef l 7 . ,,y sM1 Reeves, sMs Williams, sMsN Lawson, sMsN Barr Sending a message bi' flashing light- Not pictured: SM2 Hill, SM3 Johnson ESWS Qualified. H3000 empty shells, 15 destroyed Assualt Craft, and now it's . . . nie? Supposed to be at theif GQ Naw, the Captain'd never go for that." Manning the Signal Bridge, the signalmen are our visual signal operators. When avoiding possible radio interception and during radio silence, plans are sent by visual signal to the ships within visual range. The SM's play a major role during Amphibi- ous Operations. Directing the boats when and where to come alongside the ship. The Signal Bridge is known as debarkation control and gives important signals for directing the as- sault on the beach. Wh' The signal men are also responsible for visual- ly identifying the many ships on the ocean. Z" ei I X A-eg 2 gf! if V ff , ff , , 'V 1 3: 'Q VV ' x Q Q f 'ff wif, Q ,, N , f fa? W e "Hey XO, aren't these dust bun- station?" Mr Voigt, Williams, Red, Cecil, LT., Barr, Doug 15 Boat control operations. Combat recommends what? I TELLIGENCE DI "Haag A , 'f ,ff ,a,wya , 1' 2-a Z -4 N H' 1: -. ..., M.. N.- .,,, . "-ls... Y ENS Foust, OS1 Collins, O52 Morey, O52 Townsley, O53 Singleton, OSSN Knowles, OSSN Baptista. Not pictured - OSSN Massi, OSSN Marcianti, OSSA Krantz The Combat Information Center is home to the Operations Specialists' during under- way periods. Dark as it may be, CIC is the command and control center of the ship. The primary mission of the OS is the col- lection, evaluation and display of tactical information and intelligence. Keeping the bridge advised of the situation and provid- ing a complete picture for the Captain to make a final evaluation and give orders for action. Operating the radar, OS's track air and sur- face contacts, 'back up the Quartermasters during Sea and Anchor Detail, guide and direct the ship and assault vehicles during Amphibious Operations. The OS's are also involved with communication encoding and decoding information, gathering intel- ligence and briefing key personnel on intel- ligence received. B Pe'-we ,, tw V Y J, Towns, Krantz, Sal, Baps, Bodeen. S 'f 1 . 44, surig I. HX Tracking Radar contacts. I'm serious, she said I was a 10! Saxig .66 5... 55: we N COMM N CATICNS E 5 iw 2 1 wr 2,4-, ' LT Voigt RMC Snyder RMC Weibel RM1 Johnson, RM2 Humphrey, RM2 Brothers RM3 Wrtcher RM3 Brown RMSN Ryan RMSN Bell, RMSN Wolfe, RMSN Lawson Keeping Radio Central manned 24 hours a day while underway, the Radiomen kept us up to date on critical information concern- ing orders, news, weather, supplies, repairs and much more. The RM represents the command by ex- changing accurate, rapid and secure infor- mation with other commands. Their duties include setting up and operating radiotele- type circuits, keep radio circuits operating for CIC and the bridge, operating crypto- graphic equipment and also knowing Morse Code. The RM's process all incoming and outgo- ing message traffic and route it to the prop- er departments. They also provide such ser- vices as Mars Radio telephone links and personal telegrams which many of us used during WESTPAC. ' Hey, that was my pie! BM1 Campbell BM2 Pesta BM2 Clark BM3 Sims ' BM3 Burnett BM3 I-Iinkle The Deck Department of a Landing Tank Ship QLSTJ has an enormous job. They must be prepared to execute a multitude of mis- sion operations like hoisting and lowering boats, bowramp and causeway marriages, launching and recovering Amphibious As- sault Vehicles, beaching, gun shoots and flight operations to name just a few. Fres- no's Deck De artment has continually ac- complished tflese demanding tasks with unparalleled excellence. The Deck Depart- ments' professional performance in carry- ing out these mission exercises has earned them a grade of "Outstanding" from Am- phibious Refresher Training Observers. In addition to those responsibilities, Deck Department is also charged with keeping the exterior appearance of Fresno lookin good and maintaining all of her main declg machinery, booms, winches, cranes, etc. This is accomplished through countless hours of sweeping, swabbing, chipping, scratching, wiping and painting and an ag- gressive program of PMS. F1 LCDR Shelby Ei DECK An often dangerous evolution, small boat hoisting and lowering. DEP R TME This is what is meant by the expression "Deck Apes"! v SN Jenkins SN Rosen SN Svendsen SN Satcher SN Bebee SN Branum SN McClain SN Hemminger SN Jewett SN Go SN Farr SN Schneider SN Rumberg SN Boling SN Klipsch SN Gutierrez SN Koehler SA White SA Terry SA Shilling SA Kellner SA Morgan SA Tigue YNSA Tolan SA O'Brien SR Craig SR Burris SR Root SR Lund SR Land SR Collard SR Bayley Llne Handlers during Sea and Anchor Detail. 4 :.- NX w an Q5 Est X N' ,Q r xii, 'N :Xbox fQ:,'lIEfQ ' S Sf FQ rw Y QS , ,S Ss S Sf! 5 Q glzlfgsx EN QS? Q5 :VS ax ww 'S gl fb, 7152321 Z?fZ23f'7f11"7Z34'Wi . A My an We WZ X ,QT Baiting a "boot camp" for the mail buoy watch """"""-M-u..,. GUNNERSM TES Rambo is nothing compared to these three! LT Patota First Row: GMGC Hoffschneider, GMC-1 Eaton, GMG2 Hensley, GMG2 McKeever Second Row: GMGSN Ramirez, GMGSN Reese, GMGSN Barron, GMGSN Buniva 5 ' "I 2 la a 1 NGINEERING DEPARTME T HE RT l1BL00D ni""?h EM CHENG - LT Hernden LTIG Bingham CWO2 Mustoe ENS Stowe ENCS Roades ENC Splittgerber 3-,W ,. .,,, 4 ,.,.. -Q 'f"" , . - -i A E41 ,.. ENC Reeks ENC Peterson ICC Drumm ICC Clark ENC Chance Eresno's Engineering Department is the "HeartAand Blood" insurmountable obsticles, the Engineering Department has come through time and time ' Th ' f f n again eir tenatious pro es- sionalism and team spirit symbolize the ship itself. Their unquestionable devotion to duty and pride in performanC6 have rightly earned them the reputation as "The finest Engineering Department in the entire Pacific Fleet." of the ship. When faced with numerous seemingly EN1 Nicoyco EN1 White EN1 Clifford EN2 Cotton it EN3 Crawford EN3 Ferguson T EN3 Kirtley EN3 Garza EN3 Johme i T EN3 Miller EN3 Hitchens , EN3 Gray ,J .44 t. 1 Z cfm, ,.,,, -'-, Y- P95 , Q25 ss f ooa r or Q , so ,A Q3 5 T rf,r ,jf , , ff 4 sf Q fi 9 X W l ff N N dx if N . Q f Row Three: BT3 Stunkard, BT3 McDowell, BT3 Oleson, EN3 Hintze Row Four: EN3 Long, EN3 Harrison, EN3 Vachon "M" Division, consisting of EN's and BT's, is the nucleus of the Engineering Department. The EN's maintain Fresno's six diesel engines and auxiliary systems so that the ship has pro- pulsion and electricity. The BT's keep her boilers running effiently to provide the ship with that essential commodity, fresh water. EN3 Lightle ENFN Schnarr ENFN Baughman FN Wonclerly ENPN McVay ENFA Wahl ENPA Gallagher PA Johnson FA Bakker FA Taylor PR Short FR Park , I l -,:-:w4-:'fwh- ::'z4 dz" fd if-4, f M- OQGXWV xg Z fix A ' ' f 4 f f i f ' W ,l 0 H3 f fx cf' X fffkffgbi l Z 1 . 4 4 ig Q! W f 4 A ff' 5 4 6, b 5' " 'f fha W' X' N. X xwwQXi ,f , . Q0 , fy 'mf li Q 'WV 1 7.9-M" QX.. , ,' iff ZW A VM N.X1 ,- 1 . M a l,.,, L, V I , N ,wx ZS ' 3 5 : ..- 'lx .gp Y 3 ,T ,,., Q. ll 1- .,l. . X 1. W5 ' E' f ,Q.al f- I ' r re x W f I W7 l W 'W XXV, X YF -aa f ff fWf W W iw u ie 9 fy, 1 E , , iw ff' W K! f W l.l, f A ff K A wf rswfs A W VVVL X+XN ,.N. .N 0 XXXX e t X ,,V'Wv' A I T f i X xg, A 'mlm T i , a fb 3 5, X i is 'W A i Q EN1 Dore EN2 Howell MR2 Parrilla EN3 Cwalinski ENFN Krankel J , fy p44 xi If ENFN Muir ENFN May ENPN English ENFN Safarik "A" Division is comprised of Enginemen and Machinery Repairmen. The jacks of all trades, "A" Gang is responsible for fixing and maintaining the ships laundry, evapor- tators, heating, and air conditioning. Additionally they manufacture nuts, bolts, label plates and other assorted machine parts used in shipboard work. "A" Gang is often referred to as, "Fresh Air Snipes." x I - HT1 Crawford l HT2 Boardway HTFN Hammitt HTFN Burley "Don't cry Wojahn, you can ride in the next helo." 26 The Hull Technicians in "R" Division are very busy men. Their daily responsi- bilities are installing and maintaining plumbing and piping systems and fabricat- ing all metal structures like brackets and frames. Addi- tionally, HT's have the pri- mary responsibility for damage control onboardg fi hting fires and floods. Tiey are plumbers, sheet metal workers and fire- fighters all in one. " 'T' DIVISIC I , f X K f,,y, M X ,ftL,,i, WT W MMZMXW f, .... HT2 Flores HT3 Schoncheck 1 l HTFN Nelson I-ITFA Patterson Middle L-R: HTPA Quallef HTPA Wojahn ll EM2 Robinson EM2 Nitsch ll ll A , f f ' DIVISIC EM3 Alonzo "E" Division consists of Elec- tricians Mates and Interior Communicationsmen. The EM's fix and maintain electri- cal equipment, issue electrical tools and oversee the switch- board while underway. The IC's maintain the sound powered phone circuits, 1JV, ships telephones, ship's en- tertainment and gyrocom- pass. ICFN Lovenstein ICFN Robinson ICFN Thorton EM2 Deleon EM3 McCarthy EM3 Stinnett EMPA Rosales 27 DEPARTI G SAN DIEGC "l Wonder when we'1l see San Diego again." Bonita Vista Junior High School Band plays "Anchor's Away." FRESNO departed San Diego for the Western Pacific on 12 June 1985, eight days late. due to unexpected engineering casualties to her gener- ators and main engines. 1 ' 5 54 COMPHIBRON FIVE wishes PRESNO "Fair Winds and Smooth Sailing" S .NSW NWN "Single up all lines . . . Being seoerated from loved ones for a long period of time is the hardestapart of any sailor's job.. Bye-bye honey! Port engine back one-third, bow thruster starboard one-half. 4? ' 7 f 1 1 Q! , f 'f 4 , f . ,. gif Y ,,..: , A, ff ff ff-V 1 f Q , , f ff! 4 492' THE I , A deck seaman sweeps down the main deck. Some FAMFIRE drills with a .50 caliber ma- I R I P chine gun. WWW K . -WWF . f .. i' 2 01- -f':,.:L,4,.,,,4eg QM2 Rief takes a celestial fix with a sextant OER Navigating on the bridge at night WORKED "Steering course two-seven-niner, checking course two-three-nine- siv..." X X N XX wsv il i e, i y i 1 'Q Y 'MZ f , Uwfgdfff . at fwmw PM 4 "" 6 . , Z i A ,,,, f ew ra, ff 3 7 Af , ,QW I " ' 11,12 2 I 1 1' ' 4, ff I V Q V I . 1 5 3: --,tiff - e fm ' 5,1 X X M WW if , X W y 4 an i f f f f 1 1 W ,Q , f, f Z wif' f f f wh f K 7 , ff ff f X52 ,I x X7 X 1 1 4 I f X . f 1 l Q 173 I " H X I N592 f' V 1 1' , "' ' I 5, - l aft? A 'Q ff K - ' 2 '5' ff 574 ' V , , 2 t yy 1 5: 2 ,,, gn, fl, ' 'nw' 5 My ,., .W W, ' , ---x ' . ,Pi Q V 1' lfrsi UA, is "" R xV,V ,V "' Tl I I , 3 N , Nvvfrv y. , 1 X5 e ,, , f,ff,4t, Creme pies were auctioned off for contributions to the Navy Relief ' i Fund Drive. MA1 Hadenfeldt, IC1 Clark and ENCS Roades were three Tapeball and HaCkY Safk Were f'3V0f1te mam deck SPONS- of the victims. Several crewmembers displayed sharpshooter accuracy at the Skeet shoot ,gullif PLAYED 1 x While GMGSN Buniva jammed on his guitar, EN2 Howell drempt of mer- maids and exotic treasures. Below, HMC Dwyer and LT Voigt discuss tech- niques for trimming up the waistline. was a day to relax, exercise and enjoy burgers 81: dogs on the grill. This weekly event was, for some unknown reason, called a "Hairy Buffalo". On more than one occasion, foul weather turned it into a "Water Buffalo". Kb? A Beautiful Japanese Countryside As I Sit and Eye the Bay And Watch Some Ships Come In, I See Those Banners That One Day Were So Abhorred and Feared As Sin. The "RISING SUN" Now Waves In Pride Beside "OLD GLORY", Grand In State, And This, to Some, Is Taken In Stride, But To Me, You See, The Shock Is Great But Bold ARES Since Has Gone And Many Years Have Passed On By, Now When SOL Comes Up At Dawn He Greets Us Both With Peaceful Eye. "It's Such A Waste," I Reflect This Date On All Those Souls, So Young, So Pure, That Cause Of Foolish Pride and Hate Were Lost To Mans Imperfect Cure. RM1 JOHNSON Famous Sumo Wrestlers Maids at a Japanese Wedding he Beach The Slot Machines Were a Popular Draw At the Club ALLI ANCE In Yokosuka. The Familiar Golden Arches Were A Welcome Site To Those Cowardly Souls Who Wouldn't Brave the Sushi. ' The Beach In Kamakura. Young Students On Their Way Home From School . , , Q wwf' , twfsfwfzwvwlnff ,ami mf f ,M W . ,M ,f ty bw if IDisneyland In Tokyog No Mickey Mouse Didn't Have Slanted Eyes! Yokosuka Side Street. 64 g y,A,,.,,,,,1 ,.,.W..., ,,.,M,, 1 2 . . -1 3, 4 fi A Statue At the Shintu Temple. Moored At Kin Red - Okinawa, Japan. Site Seeing At a Japanese Shrine. M ,,,,,,4A 4 , 'I nm, g nl f - , W gpm 4 7 if H ' if--f' ML fi Y' M , ,, ,mr ,E is , W V 7 , - Vfff W ' T W The Great Buddha. Young Beauty on the Beach. Two Japanese Girls Visit The Buddha. ITES FRESNO's Kamakura Tour Guide. A Japanese Warlord's Castle. A Japanese Junket. Iapanese Baseball Players Shintu Priests. Kendo: Japanese Fencing. An Artist At the Menju Gardens. Kamakura Beach Bunnies. Slippers Await Tenants In An Apartment House. The Famous Kabuki Theater in the Ginza: Tokyo, Japan. Temple to a Shintu God. AL T4 , Japanese School Girls in Their A Typical Rainy Day in Tokyo. Uniforms. 5 . P 1 l w l i 5 K 3 SHIP'S Q + 1 ? I ,L---14 4 RTY I ggi 115 "" www' I I 1 P Q 2 g W E I f 9? Z if 1.1 an gf' -. 44?-.- I-Iaeundea Beach is Crowded by More Than One Million People on Weekends. Korea's Principal Sea Port, Pu- san, Lined With Superb Bathing Beaches, is Noted For Its Resorts And Excellent Shopping Bar- gins. ff, ,, 'AL cp. , f -Wm ::f1f'c"' , .um ,KMA 10265211 af, . Q mfzfw. .wwf 11-fz Cute Kids! W-.. Sir Q' 4, rf. 43 The port of Pusan, Korea , Contrasts: Traditional Korea and Modern Korea Pusan's bustling International Market Place l , Q e E l l p Downtown Busan K K A Korean War Memorial and the United Nations Cemetery This plaque honoring US. Forces participation in the Korean Conflict is on the back of the Memorial , V 1...,....-.'- Clockwise from top left: This storekeeper is selling "Ginseng" products made from the ginseng root. These products vary from tes, to aphrodisiacsp Mountain terrain surse rounds and shelters the cityp Barmaids take a break from work outside a club on Texas Streetg The servicemen's club at Hialeah Army Baseg A Korean restaurant near the Pusan Tower offers a fabulous view of the por? and surrounding mountains. Q i dw ss., N tg. 3,21 sz Ekstxgfsgx A gk X :FS ' ' s KV Q 4 ,, 'T""""i wmwfmg Q Wmwwwvt 4 w aw MM Some knarly waves on Oahu's south side The USS ARIZONA MEMORIAL. Oh yea, nice tan! , , .,,,.,..,. W . .mmmw A view of Diamond Head. .1-Q- , The sites of Wikiki Beach Snorkling at Hananuma Bay wNw,.W, .0 ,,,, , , .,,, , W.- FLIGHT QUARTERS SN Rosen mans the sound powered phones on the flight deck. The helo "TZ Fearless fire-fighters. ' What d HT1 Crawford demonstrates his job at flight quarters. is given the signal to depart the ship. -Q-M-A . El L1 4 . tl i I - 1 o you mean the helo won't be here for another hour? A UH-1E Huey from the USS PELELIU QLHA SJ approaches the flight deck. ' scifi? Clockwise from upper left: Once a helo has landed, the "Chock and Chain" crew move in to secure it firmly to the deckp The entire flight crew conducts a Foreign Object Dam- age QFODJ walkdownp Time enough for some quick Z'sp ENS lfoust communicates with the pilot to ensure a safe landingg Chief Reeks breaks the news to Chief We- ber that he will have to work thru lunch. Reenlistment on the USS ARIZONA memorial in Pearl Harbor. FRESNO'S GMGC Hoffschneider reenlists for the last time 50 Awards Ceremony pierside in Yokosuka, Japan. YN1 Sudmeyer receives a Letter of Commendation. The United States Navy is rich in the tradition of honoring its members' achievements with formal ceremonies. FRESNO proudly continues that tradition. Whether it's reenlistment, frocking, awards or ESWS, Fresnoites are recognized and honored accordingly. Presenting "Letters of Achievement'. "Prockee's" f7x Surface Warfare Recipients Congratulations on a fine job!" LT Patota receives his Surface Warfare pin and a hearty "Well Done.' SN Rosen was presented a Navy Commendation Medal from COMO Dykes QCOMPHIBRON SEVENJ. CEREMO IES These guys don't look very enthusiastic about this phase of their Chief Petty Officer initiation ceremony. ' R" W , i s 15 X . A, .. .X f" 4 t X I ' 1 f .ff , 4' ,ffgs Q M, Mustering the crew on the flight deck at Del Mar. 51 THE yo EY HOME EAST BOUND AND DOWN The cool showers tell me we are so near No more foreign languages babbling in my ear, g g The bright rising sun marks the way east T No more strange foods made from some beast, l 1 On the helm, steering course Oh-nine-oh t We all agree, this is the only way to gop On the lee helm, all engines ahead full Stacks puffing black smoke like a raging bull, And the screws are spitting white foam This ol' ship knows, it's "light speed' for homeg Soon we'll see Point Loma at dawn Then it's time to forget Texas Street and Pusanp Slowly we'll ease under the Coronado Bridge so wide "Thank you Captain for the ride", 14,000 miles in 3 months, we're finally here Time to tie-up to that good ole American pier, in "Get over your lines when you can" W.- "It's almost liberty call, man!" Drop that brow fast 'cause I'm on the run It's time to have some more fun, Don't worry ladies, we know what to do We're the men from 1182 SN Bebee steaming with the Uss CAYUGA CLST 11861. In joint exercises with the U. S. Airforce, the squadron was hunted by this B-52 fx bomber T ' - - - ramin - - g in the Wardroom for Navy and Marine Corps officers , f ,,,3?f 0 X yr ,427 a A a i.t ,, , rrt.t . Rfk, Xrks ' , W 3 x 1 V f " 1 ' , .r.. y f-fff,f ....... , "" ' N - 0 s ---h g W, VVVV VVVV V . , Vrrv . ,M :Q --, '-P V Underway replenishment. "Boy could I use a tall gin and tonic . . ." Seal Team Five joined us for the trip home. yy ,f , y W. ,, f ,f Q s ". . . and a Dominoes pizza with everything!" And they gave an impressive display of firepower on the fantail. A They even let the crew have a little practice. l al. The crew watched movies on the flight deck with the,Marines. We also carried some Seabees home. Note the stern anchor behind the Seabee. ,,.!K" The USS PELELIU QLHA SQ manuevers into position for underway replenish- ment exercises. Do We Have Talent Or What? We are the world, we are the children 1 Good ole Rocky Top" "What's red and green and goes 90 miles per hour?" It's Mac and J.D.p two wild and crazy guys! 70 . l These guys won flrst pr1ze w1th thelr heavy metal gultar playmg K , ,VA ,,, MW if f nl 427 X f' fin X We ' 1 if ! ,KX-'Li rf! , 7 . X s A I' f , f BM2 Barrett, Comedxan At Large Mostl What' R TIGERS YN2 Kreider's father aspires to become part of the flight crew. .5 RMSN Ryanfs dad Shows Off his OS3 Singleton's father is a missionary in Ethiopia. new Ray Ban sunglasses. EN1 Dore and his dad model this years European summer fashion X GMGC Hoffschneider with his son. SK2 Bustamante's father fabovej is a retired cook in the Navy. On the night before our return home, he made some of his famous chili Qbelowj. SN Bebee's brother Qrightj and a friend. Lunch on the famail Y W 7 The beauty, ENPA Gallagher and the beast, ENC Chance. BEAUTY?! QMSA Eller checks out the bitch from Hawaii. IC1 Clark, ENS McKinless and RMC Weibel. O 2 co rf-sr Z 2 ICFA Thorton, PNSN Isaac, GMC-SN Lauclick and SN Rosen. i i 5 The 58 queens on parade Miss Laudiclds showing a little cheek- , Ah, that beautiful city of San Diego. iffy. iii l.JffVE.y0g L-Afvfx buds Wives, kids, friends and relatives wait with excited anticipation. WELCOME HOME FRESN 1, t X 1 X6 , N The CO's and XO's family and the OMBUDSMAN's are the first to greet the ship. N0 place like home is right! Bonita Vista junior High brought a busload of well wishers to welcome home the FRESNO. just a little nervous. 59 il 1 1 .rj I E F a f' 'Mix behold the sites F WW! iff 'Af' ZfWf ff Mama uzizaww f ggzfflif? W1ZW f if WW!! EQWZWZ N, Zag, WS Wf QZAZQ K X x fW fl? x W fx f ,.f ww x 7 W W WZ W fx S 'W W f xx W 4 ! 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Q" 415 A ". 5" 1 'Zz' , :emi . - ' .- .f ,..,. . f -A . -A , ' .sms -I 15- ,f . " we Q' Y' 772' Y'-fsifa'-.f" iff' ' 31-11--vp 'J A -211 5AA.'!F""' -, 'A E sf . ' - ' ' " 'f -fa 4 . Q. ' - . 5 i uf -A ' PV A ,f x W , f-A 57 -Q pri A , f R , N 4 - K ef, i .. 3 N Q xx-V ' PAcmc F CCMMANUER NAVAL SURFACE FCRCE U.S. PACIFIC FLEET U.S.S. FRESNO QLST-11821 V The ship's officers and men take great pleasure in welcoming you aboard USS FRESNO lLST-1182l. The keel for FRESNO was laid 16 December 1967'at National Steel and Ship- building Company lNASSCUl in San Diego as the first of the eventual seventeen Newport 'Class LST's to be constructed at NASSCO. The ship was launched in September, 1968 and commissioned on 22 November 1969. if EBESNO is larger than either of the two other ships bearing this name, is an entirely new design, and represents a complete departure from previous concept of amphibious landing ships. This LSTlacks the traditional bow doors which have been characteristic of all prior LST construction since the first vessels of this type were built in World war ll. ln orderto achieve a sustained cruising speed of 20 knots, faster than the LST had ever gone before, the ERESNO was designed with a "destroyer type" bow in place of the bow design of the old LST. This feature enables the ship to operate with the modern-day high speed amphibious forces. , Rapid andflexible loading and offloading of troops and equipment are accomplished through a hugh 40 ton bow ramp lowered from the main deck to a beach or causeway. Integral bow doors, located high to avoid interference with the fast hull -design, allow the ramp to be lowered at a shallow angle, and the two derrick arms from which the ramp is suspended gives the ship its dis- tinctive silhouette. A second large ramp serves as a means of transit between the main deck and the lower, or tank deck, where vehicles and equipment may be stored. Supplementing loading and offloading can be accomplished by stern gate, making this the first class of the LST with this unusuallcapability. Many other departures from traditional shipbuilding concepts mark the EBESNO and hersister ships as unique. All ships of the class are equipped with a bow thruster, a transversely mounted controllablepitch propeller in the for- ward part of the hull, allowing fine maneuvering of thevessel at slow speeds. The ship's two stacks are offset and of unequal size, thus allowing the quickest and most direct passage of exhaust gases from the engineering spaces to the outside, rather than sacrificing practicality for symmetry of design as in past ships. The ship's superstructure is pierced longitudinally to provide vehicular traffic from one end of the main deck to the other, and a helicopter landing area is provided on the after portion of the ship's main deck. Ship's speed is controlled by a unique "joystick" arrangement, control con- soles are provided in both engineering spaces and on the bridge for control of shaft speed from either location. The six main propulsion engines, which are linked to twin controllable-pitch screws, may also be controlled locally in the engine rooms for added flexibility. The latestelectronic navigation and commu- nication systems are installed aboardp ln addition to the technical side of the ship's features, human comport is assured by numerous habitability facilities, such as the ship's barber shop, ice cream bar, laundry ,anddry cleaning plants, and crew's lounge. The aspect of the ship's' design is enhanced by unusually comfortable living quarters and full air-conditioning throughout the ship. gi A COMMANDER 1. Commander Morrell is from Bachelor of Arts degree in Bu Washington State College fnow Vt and a Master of Business Adminif Puget Sound in 1979. He enlisted in the Naval Reset thereafter entered the Reserve Of graduating from Officer Candidate an Ensign and assigned as CIC Offi- 3lSQ completed tours as the Securit Pacific in Bangor, Washington, A HIGBEE lDD 806l, Executive Ofl Operations Officer on USS BROC Executive Officer on USS TUSCALC uss sAN BERNARDINO rtst 118 Reserve Center, Bremerton, Washi Commander Morrell wears the N Gold Sfafl, the Navy Achievement Meritorious Unit Commendation, l Service Medal and various campaig M1710 qboam USS ill? Sml and Ship. l ,mail Seventgen !N 1- 4 U ,Q '35 launched . W ,. g h V, 2 AS Harm' ls an i .-7?t':Qug COIICQD1 ITT jews which N '31 "Nels ot F Sfetane 1 TY Ftttsin was d cruising Wal? the otd LST- ml' W1 Speed "5 f3J5DfFfnt are If' Zhi min declt P615 :ntetlerence Ire Aft! xtgie, and nrt the sffip its dis- Pmt between the ez: :nent may be "-2 .shed by stem .-it Swibsliiy. 'ti-:Isis matic the an 4-'mapped with '::ie-rt T1 thelot- gu at sew speeds. pw: 3 the quickest fi-g scaces to the 'te-sr 51993511 :pg .' ji .eiticulat -, 5 mee: landing l-uct. zmtfvl C0"' 1.1, ggi ggntrol of 8, YM' which M9 :reef i9C3lV 'll me F591 ltd f0""""' md 90' fl the mam t3alttteS. dum pla0IS, ig ii COMMANDER IAMES M. MORRELL Commander Morrell is from Tacoma, Washington. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration from Western Washington State College inow Western Washington University1 in 1970 and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Puget Sound in 1979. He enlisted in the Naval Reserve in 1967 as a Seaman Recruit and thereafter entered the Reserve Officer Candidate QROC1 Program. After graduating from Officer Candidate School in 1971, he was commissioned an Ensign and assigned as CIC Offi-cer on USS DUBUQUE QLPD 81. He has also completed tours as the Security Officer at Strategic Weapons Facility Pacific in Bangor, Washington, Assistant Operations Officer on USS HIGBEE QDD 8061, Executive Officer on USS IMPLICIT QMSO 4551, Operations Officer on USS BROOKE QFFG 11, Operations Officer and Executive Officer on USS TU SCALOOSA QLST 11871, Executive Officer on USS SAN BERNARDINO QLST 11891 and Commanding Officer, Naval Reserve Center, Bremerton, Washington. Commander Morrell wears the Navy Commendation Medal fwith one Gold Star1, the Navy Achievement Medal, Navy Unit Commendation, Meritorious Unit Commendation, Navy "E", Naval Reserve Meritorious Service Medal and various campaign and service Awards. USS FRESNO LST-1182 COMMANDER NAVAL SURFACE FORCE . U. S. PACIFIC FLEET The Naval Surface Force, U.S. Pacific Fleet QNAVSURF- PACJ is commanded by a Vice Admiral with headquarters at the Naval Amphibious Base, Coronado, California. The primary mission of the Commander, Naval Surface Force, is to provide combat-ready ships and men to the Com- manders, U.S. Third and Seventh Fleets. The Navy's area of responsibility in the Pacific encompasses about 85 million square miles. The'Commander is also responsible, for the training, readi- ness, discipline and morale of his forces. With the exception of the Submarine and Naval Air Forces, COMNAVSURFPAC commands all other surface ships in the Pacific Fleet. I While deployed, these ships and men may be engaged in anti-submarine warfare exercises, search and rescue missions, provide gunfire support, take part in fleet and amphibious ex- ercises, or may visit other countries on good-will missions. When in their homeports, ships, crews enjoy leave and lib- erty, conduct refresher training, make necessary repairs, per- form routine upkeep of their ships and train new men for du- ty in today's Navy. 931915 Pailufl epeueg 47 BHSBIV


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