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Gallery Rear Admiral Daniel Vincent Gallery C1901-19775 earned for himself a special niche in Navy history on June 4, 1944 when a task force he was . leading captured the German submarine, U-505, off the west coast of Africa. It was the only German submarine ever boarded and captured by U.S. forces and the first foreign man-o-war captured by the U.S. Navy since 1815. Admiral Gallery was a former Assistant Chief of Naval Operations and former commander of the Hunter-Killer Force, Atlantic. During World War II he earned the Bronze Star Medal for combat achievements as commanding officer, Fleet Air Base Iceland, and the Distinguished Service Medal for daring and skillful command of an antisubmarine task group built around his escort aircraft carrer Guadalcanal which sank three enemy submarines in the Atlantic before capturing the German submarine U-505. Task Group 22.3 was awarded the Presidential Unit Citation in recognition of this remarkable achievement. Phillip D. Gallery Rear Admiral Philip Daly Gallery C1907-1973j was one of the heroic destroyermen of World War II. , Like his brother, Rear Admiral Daniel Gallery, her was a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy. Prior to service in the Pacific during World War II, he earned the Legion of Merit for his foresight and leadership in the organization and administration of the Anti-Aircraft Training Test Center at Dam Neck, Va. On December 29, 1943, he took command of the destroyer Jenkins, earning a second award of the Legion of Merit and two Bronze Stars for distinguished service and combat achievements during the Marshalls, New Guinea, Philippine, and Borneo campaigns. After World War II, he commanded Destroyer Division 72, was executive officer of the Naval Powder Factory, and commanded the fleet oiler Passumpic. In 1950, he became officer in charge of the Gunfire Support School, then commanded the cruiser Pittsburgh from June of 1953 until December of 1954. He later served as commander of the Surface Antisubmarine Detachment and served on the staff of the commander of Operational Development Force of the Atlantic Fleet until his retirement in 1958. William O. Gallery RADM William O. Gallery was born in Chicago, June 22, 1904 and attended school there until he was appointed to the United States Naval Academy in 1921. He was commissioned an Ensign in 1925 and assigned to duty in the battleship USS NEW MEXICO until 1927. At the start of World War II, he was ordered to the Staff of Admiral Kincaid, and with the staff he participated in the Battle of Santa Cruz and was later based ashore at Guadalcanal. On Guadalcanal, he saw action with the lst Escort Carrier Task Group. He later joined the famous Black Cats QPBY night raidersj based on the USS HALF MOON IA VP-262. He devised a method of knocking off Japanese night raiders, for which action he was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross. I Returning to the United States he was assigned to the USS CHICAGO as Commanding Officer. He was promoted to the rank of Captain immediately prior to taking command of the USS CHICAGO. After his tour of duty on the CHICAGO, RADM Gallery was attached to NATTS at Eglin AFB, in the All Weather Flying Hanger. His next duties in succession were as Commanding Officer'of the USS SIBONEK Comanding Officer, Naval Air Station, Guantanamo, Cuba, and as Deputy Chief of Naval Operation fAirJ. -A FOV? personal device of the GALLERY family The lions symbolic of courage and strength A face in different directions indicating that the brothers for whom this ship is named ,A CRADM Daniel V GALLERY RADM Philip D GALLERY and RADM William O. GALLERYJ served in both theatres of operation during World War II The stars allude totheir many awards and denote excellence and achievement. The crossed swords adapted from the Officer and Enlisted badges allude to Naval Combat Operations CREST: Blue and Gold are the colors traditionally associated with the Navy. The ' upraised arm in green and gold is an adaption from the GALLERY family device. The collared and chained sea-wolf symbolizes the only capture of a U-boat from the German wolf packs during World War II. The crest symbolizes the curbing and destruction of enemy sub activities in the Pacific theatre. SHIELD: The colors green and gold, and the rampant lions have been adapted. from a USS GALLERY IFFG-262 is the twentieth of a new class of Guided Missile Frigates Currently programmed for over 50 ships this will be the Navys largest destroyer class since World War II as well as the newest GALLERY is the result of a careful plan to provide a portion of the in depth protection required for military and merchant shipping amphibious task forces and underway logistics groups By doing so GALLERY will help to meet our nations far ranging international commitments and keep the vital sea lanes of communication open In order to ensure a large homegeneous class of capable yet relatively inexpensive ships many innovative concepts are incorporated into her design Some of these concepts include modular construction techniques and the utilization of numerous laborsaving devices to reduce the number of personnel required to operate the ship GALLERY also incorporates many improvements in shipboard habitability including a lounge area for each berthing compartment and improved messing facilities In todays combat environment the ability to respond rapidly and effectively is the key to success All of GALLERYS systems are designed to meet this important requirement The propulsion system 1S a computer controlled gas turbine power plant with engines similar to those found on the Arr Force CSA strategic transport and the civilian DCl0 Jetliner GALLERYS propulsion system can be brought on the line and made ready to operate in less than one eighth the time required for a conventional steam or nuclear powered sh1p The combat system IS also a new and innovative design integrating a computerized command and control system with the ships sensors and weapons Digital computers provide rapid evaluation of potential threats detected by the radars digital sonar and other sensors Should the need arise surface to air or surface to surface missiles a rapid fire gun anti submarine torpedoes or the embarked LAMPS fL1ght Airborne Multipurpose Systemj helicopters can be employed to counter any potential threat that may come from any air surface or subsurface platforms . . . . . , . a 9 -ll I I ll il I a 1 ' s . . . 9 a . 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EWZCSWJ KAEFER 'IPUTS IT ONI' IN OAETA, ITALY NOVEMBER 1983. 20 CS-1 Division CS-1 DIVISION IS COMPOSED OF OPERATION SPECIALISTS AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE TECHNICIANS. THEY OPERATE AND COORDINATE THE EMPLOYMENT OF THE SHIPIS COMBAT SYSTEMS IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE ORDNANCE SUBSYSTEMS OPERATORS AND TECHNICIANS. OPERATION SPECIALISTS CONDUCT SURFACE AND AIR SEARCH, CON- TROL AIRCRAFT, AND DISPLAY COLLECTED INFORMATION. THEY OPERATE THE COMPUTER CONSOLES IN THE COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER AND GATHER AND PROCESS THE INFORMATION NEEDED TO MANEUVER THE SHIP TO ENGAGE ENEMY FORCES. THEY ALSO PERFORM NAVIGATION AND PLOTTING FUNCTIONS. ELECTRONIC WARFARE TECH- NICIANS MONITOR AND CONTROL EMISSION OF ELECTRON- IC WARFARE COUNTERMEASURES AND ELECTRONIC WAR- FARE COUNTER-COUNTERMEASURES. f v . ..U, .,nf,... - :FI ,, i .1 , G. H. Heilman G. A. Smith D. L. Anderson E. J. Bracamonte W. Carter A. J. Cattoi S. V. Kaefer M. J. Moody G. R. Niedhammer M. R. Nelson G. R. Ramm R. S. Travis J. E. Adkins T. P. Patton C. Thomas K. G. Watson C. V. Davis III A. P. Doyle S. K. Greenwood S. A. Hyde ff M ,V f f f ,f ,N , ' w -'Q X 5 'Q S WWW Z 4 5 7 C. -.mm N 1 S N-wwxwmwwwwwwwxfxvf -wwsfw ,W vw f SSS 4 ' W - N v f X ,, O " W y p, f ' -wafjlff bi '. VV I Inf . ay . I vm: if I mf Q xx f VM I 5 7 1 , 4- ,,......- ENS D. P. Kuebler CS-2 Division THIS SMALL DIVISION OF HIGHLY SKILLED SONAR TECHNICIANS AND TORPEDOMEN MAINTAIN AND OPERATE THE SHIP,S ANTI-SUBMARINE WARFARE SUITE. THE CAT AND MOUSE OPERATIONS OF LOCALIZING SUBMARINES REQUIRES AS MUCH IMAGINATION AS SKILL, AS MUCH ART AS SCIENCE. THE ATTACK IS CONDUCTED USING HULL MOUNTED TORPEDO TUBES OR HELICOPTERS VECTORED UNDER THE COMMAND AND CONTROL OF THE SHIP'S COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER. B. L. Hart G. W. Marks D. W. Wentzel 496-. 1 Q P. R. Curry R. B. Hawkins V. E. Jones A. Ramon R. J. Wager J. C. Walbridge K. M. Thomas CS-3 Division LT R. H. Belser, III , JEFF, L. A., AND U. A. POSE WITH "R2D2" THE GUN THAT OUTSHOT THE USS TICONDEROGA ggIgg4ggFF THE COAST OF BEIRUT, CHRIST- 4 X! f ,f Yfwfm CS-3 DIVISION IS COMPRISED OF FOUR RATINGS: FIRE CONTROL TECHNICIANS CMISSILESJ RESPONSIBLE FOR THE DYNAMIC MK92 FIRE CONTROL SYSTEM, FIRE CONTROL TECHNICIANS QGUNSJ WHO MAINTAIN AND OPERATE THE 20MM CLOSE-IN-WEAPONS SYSTEMS, GUNNERS MATES QMISSILESQ RESPONSIBLE FOR THE GUIDED MISSILE LAUNCHING SYSTEM, AND GUNNERS MATES CGUNSJ WHO MAINTAIN THE 76MM RAPID FIRING GUN AND ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL SMALL ARMS AND AMMUNITION ABOARD GALLER Y. CS-3 DIVISION PROVIDES THE PUNCH FOR THE COMBAT SYSTEM, AND PUTS THE "G" IN FFG. ya- -i" C. E. Brett J. A. Blackman M. A. Yates E. W. Rivers W. L. Adams J. D. Banks K. J. Breed J. S. Daniel L. G. Federici U. .A. Fuller S. R. Perry J. M. Myers M. R. Reily D. V. Thompson L. R. Thon K. D. Futrell P. E. Packard L. A. Perks J. S. Fry CS-4 Division I f A 7, W f ' I f f, f .f M., - 1, A z fl' X 'I Q ' XZ , . I , 9 1 f ' ,Aw 7? D I I LTJG S. Aniskevich, Jr. IC3 GORDON MUSGROVE POSITIONS THE CHANNEL 26 ACTION NEWS MINI- CAM IN PREPARATION FOR ANOTHER IC SHOP LIVE SHOW FROM THE MESS DECKS UNDER THE WATCHEUL EYE OF ET2 KENNY BELL. H 26 ' .u..w.mf- .. , , V S' 'X A fix, W Egg! X If WA ,IW ,Y I W, fiCUgx. P I N I wp IN vf , b 2 .14 X LQ ... .,, I A ,L I W' . I" I Ji? Ag CS-4 DIVISION IS COMPOSED OF THREE RATINGS: ELECTRONIC TECHNICIANS WHO MAINTAIN THE VITAL COMBAT SYSTEMS ELECTRONIC GEAR, INTERIOR COMMUN- ICATION QICJ ELECTRICIANS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE GYROCOMPASSES, CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION, ALL ALARMS AND COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT, AND THE DATA SYSTEMS TECHNICIANS WHO OPERATE AND MAIN- TAIN THE SHIP'S COMPUTER SYSTEMS. ET2 MATT MATYUF ENJOYS MINIATURE REPAIR PROJECTS USING HIS SURE HANDS, SHARP EYES, AND -AN OLD' SOLDERING GUN. A 'Iwi-'W"""s l T R. N. Herr D. A. Thompson G. L. Cohen, Jr. C. K. Alexander K. J. Bell W. G. Lake M. L. Matyuf J. R. Shipsey M. V. Thomas H. H. Veal, Jr. R. L. Evertsen, Jr. E. G. Saylor J. M. Dewine J. C. Bower T. F. Hughes G. E. Musgrove, Jr. Engmeman KEN! Hull Mamtenance I IN ,V A A ,! N. YE H . A . , . , Technlcfan Techmcuan fHTJ C mary Repas rmanfMR2 x 042411 X 4 4 ' www: K . 7 3 1 ,M vi 35 -ev- 'xxx '-s.,,k ,,,, V X If ,,,, x X ar M74-x X, x , I, w f 2 f f ' 1' " ,,,, V -, , , , I . 1 1 x 1 i A-T E-1 Division EWR E-1 DIVISION IS COMPRISED OF GAS TURBINE SPECIALISTS CMECHANICAL AND ELECTRICALJ, AND ENGIN- EMEN. THE GAS TURBINE SPECIALISTS ARE RESPONSIBLE EOR MAINTAINING AND OPERATING THE SHIP,S TWO LM2500 GAS TURBINES. THE ENGINEMEN ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR MAINTAINING ALL SHIPBOARD AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT AND THE SHIP'S ELECTRICAL DIESEL GENERATORS. 66The Snipes" Byrne P J Coleman l T O McCoy R. W. Olson S. Ponton W. J. I B3SC111O GSM1 ROGER oLsoN CON5 TRoLs THE GAS TURBINE ENGINES FROM THE MOD1 ERN CENTRAL CONTROLR STATION. , 4 nf--'f X i MGR J. N. Deal K. Farah M. A. Filandro A. L. Houck M. A. Lynch C. L. Robbins W. D. Aslinger B. D. Banks S. L. Hall J. J. Humpley M. L. Knight S. D. Oakes A. J. Stillwell C. B. Strange R. J. Beaulieu H. G. Holcomb R. L. Lowry A T. M. Raab D. R. Rupe C. Boone "f 'r':'i2 3'4:"tZ':'PP1-1-A 111' , I." ' 1 ,L ' , - -. -f s -.-. f.- 1 .-. A-.. T ' ... . L .--1 ' 1 - Y -.-1.5.-. 'W V LT L. W. Leary Jr. .--M...m.:mAa.-.u.r, E-2 Division E-2 DIVISION IS COMPOSED OF HULL TECHNICIANS AND MACHINERY REPAIRMEN, WHO ARE RESPONSI- BLE FOR WELDING, SHEET METAL WORK AND MACHINERY REPAIR SHIPWIDE. HT'Sq ARE THE BACKBONE OF THE SHIP'S DAMAGE CONTROL AND FIRE FIGHTING PROGRAM. THIS DIVISION'S MOTTO - "IF WE CAN,T FIX IT, IT AIN'T BROKE." R. Alaniz R. L. Barton J. A. Carter S. R. Snowden J. A. Spaulding Edgington . M. D. Wright C. S. Samples J. D. Lubinski I -v I x h Downing D.M. T E E-3 Division E-3 DIVISION IS COM- PRISED ENTIRELY OF ELEC- TRICIANS MATES. 'SGALLERY POWER AND LIGHTINGH PER- SONNEL MAINTAIN THE SHIP,S ELECTRICAL DIS- TRIBUTION SYSTEM AND PERFORM MAINTENANCE OF ALL ONBOARD ELEC- TRICAL EQUIPMENT. ADDI- TIONALLY, CAND TRADI- TIONALLYD THEY ARE RE- SPONSIBLE FOR SELECTING AND DISTRIBUTING THE SHIPIS SUPPLY OF MOVIES TO THE OFFICERS, CHIEFS AND CREWS MESSES EVERY EVENING. Yarabinecn Canavarro EM3 NICK TAMBURRO PERFORMS THE NIGHTLY RITUAL OF PREPARING THE EVENING MOVIE FOR THE CREW l P- fi! 2 Sh 1 Spaffmentr f Quartermaster CQMPQ lv' SIQHHIFNHH KSMJ Radioman KRMJ u Boatswain's + Mate CBM! N W , f g x0 V, XP f S 5 X.,, 1722 QXYX X M wX x :SSN x. X GF X NN XX . , 1Q N N X "3 i E X Xb V If y NSS x..,- .IA ,x ,K . 5V....., NN ff"',...."55- V . ji x x. ix hm. V mx: x , wx .X N- :,, , Nxgix SFX X' it i N ':. Ns' 7 ' . M W . X X xx S " X X xx X I i X -A I X Xi QN X X Q Qs 5 A X Q "--1 .MM , if NN'-5, f Af 12 N RS S. 7 Q me .Sw VW SC-l Division .img SC-1 DIVISION IS COMPRISED OF QUARTERMASTERS AND SIGNALMEN. THEIR PRIMARY FUNCTIONS ARE TO SAFELY NAVIGATE THE SHIP AND TO CONDUCT VISUAL SIGNAL COMMUNICATIONS AS REQUIRED. THIS HIGHLY SKILLED GROUP OF COLORFUL SAILORS ARE THE RIGHT HAND MEN TO THE OFFICERS AND JUNIOR OFFICERS OF THE DECK. P. D. Chilstrom M. E. Clark J. L. Friday Jr. J. M. Mitchell J. C. Torres J. G. Hagberg D. M. Hyde y, y M. L. Kelly N. J. Rochotte C. L. Jansen I J, ,X J. A. Alemeida Jr LT R. Stefanovic SC-2 Division W. K. D. D. f Hgh- ' Q , .f , ,, N., f 721' M, . i 5 , H' 'Q .... . 'fag 3 is M ,f s s V mx I SC-2 DIVISION IS COMPRISED ENTIRELY OF RADIOMEN. THEY ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE OPERATION OF THE SHIP'S "LONG HAUL" HF AND SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS. THEY ALSO MAINTAIN THE TACTICAL AND SECURE CIRCUITS FOR THE BRIDGE AND COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER, AND PROCESS ALL MESSAGE TRAFFIC FOR THE SHIP. "RADIO CENTRALI' HAS THE ADDED DUTY OF PROVIDING "CLASS EASYN QTELEGRAMJ SERVICE TO THE CREW WHILE DEPLOYED. Sanders Lovejoy Jr. S. W. Dominy T. N. Haseltine J. G. Bentley S. V. Benton A. H. Collins 5 T. E. Farmer J. J. Harrigan 37 S-3 Division X Q I P 1 if A . ,. W -.Q - . If ' Q Quliis. '-L M H- ., uf w 4. 9 . :....N,g. M lx -ss W J . . Qi S' Mr. .f P '-A I. I ,NW M 'QM' S M Q A. P S5 I 15.22 r N' R i' Q. K' M . . ' Lf .-vi L I I X wx I - -XX 1 WX -L J 12' 5 Q. F 5. ,A I M7 Q VAX, I V ..- Q my ' 4 7 "' 'W . I S ' . W- . .V Ng. 5, K - ,I . 3 3 X -I ,ii. , F 2. 'aw Mx. x B'OATSWAINS MATES ARE EXPERT SEAMEN WHO MAIN- TAIN THE SHIP, SERVE AS HELMSMEN, TAKE COMMAND OF TUGS AND OTHER SMALL CRAFT, LOOK AFTER RIGGING, PAINT, HANDLE AND CARE FOR DECK EQUIPMENT, AND SERVE ON WORKING PARTIES, AND DAMAGE CONTROL TEAMS. DECK SEAMEN ARE THE BACKBONE AND MUSCLES OF THE U. S. NAVY. J 4"""' D. R. Anderson C. C. Law J. F. Auel J. S. Catton F. A. Demarce C. R. Gunkel S. L. McMillan J. E. Inabinett T. F. Meulemans J. Bonilla S. R. Cooley P. Dominguez D. J. Goepfert L. A. Kadroske P. Manzoli B. M. Sapp M. Szurgot J. T. Chamberlain M. C. Green T. D. McCabe D. E. McDaniel D. E. MoFarlin J. N. OConnel1 F. Ridenour T. A. Sheriff W. I. White Jr. N. Woods Mess 1 , .e Vb,V. W,.. AAAb b . ',,1 Vbq bv- , '.' : W , iqq , f . bA V -,'.AQ V 4, ,VV 1,,1 , eu SfQfekeepeffSKw Msanageemenf Ship's Service- man CSHy O SSSSS 'U O 59. 2 Q CD. 7 xl. fu? S2 1. Personnelman Di5bUrSin9 Clerk scPNb WK? A - s Hospital s A Master-ai-Arms CorpsmanfHMJ s QMAJ e, I 5 1 sl W I Q E ! I I J I ', I in . il hiya, .. 5 , Q , 1 5 A i 2 I n E 1 I Am - x e of 1,QQ: . .f-, Am..- x XXX ., E se ,f ffifm X X XX A .--"""".-W 'Tiff 'f"'1T-'- 1'fqzifwg-ff-7-fri-fygeyvg,-,-,1.1..,.. , . ' ' ' ' "I " ' " :TINY-".-':1ff'fcfe'f-- ff' fiia'- ,-veg ,- -. - .I : . Q, ....-, - . l S-1 Division ,N ,,, fy pw. SKCSCSWJ M. E. Thagard SR STORES DIVISION CS-IJ IS COMPRISED OF THE STOREKEEPERS WHO ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL GENERAL SUPPLY MATTERS. THEY ARE TASKED WITH THE PROCUREMENT, RECEIPT, STOWAGE, AND ISSUE QF ALL REPAIR PARTS AND CONSUMABLES REQUIRED TO MAINTAIN A MODERN WARSHIP AT PEAK EFFECTIVE- NESS. THE SHIP'S MASTER-AT-ARMS, HOSPITAL CORPS- MEN AND 3-M COORDINATOR ARE ALSO ASSIGNED TO S-1 DIVISION. V. N. Eisiliones E. P. Francisco J. K. Schumate S. A. Keyworth B. D. Miller . F G. King R. J. Price T. J. Yerger 75 : 5 1, if - ' " Q-2-N"A"c" " ' ' rm- E-I 7--f 'i -' "-Nx I '-:-f- 1 2- -'f: -' 4- ' - MSCCSWD R. L. Carangian -2 Division THE FOOD SERVICE DIVISION CS-21 IS COMPOSED OF MESS MANAGEMENT SPECIALISTS. THEY ARE TASKED WITH THE JOB OF PREPARING WHOLESOME, HEALTHY MEALS FOR THE WARDROOM, CPO MESS, AND ENLISTED DINING FACILITY, AS WELL AS PROVIDING THAT "EXTRA TOUCH" FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS. WHETHER IT'S A "FANTAIL BARBECUEP OR A LUNCHEON FOR VISITING DIGNITARIES, GALLER Y'S DEDICATED "FOOD SERVICE TEAM" WORKS ROUND-THE-CLOCK TO PROVIDE THEIR SHIPMATES WITH THE FINEST IN FOOD SERVICE. A. E. Deguzman Jr. D. E. Irby E. C. Olaes E. R. Egbert Jr. H. Ortega R. W. Pragg J. Wilson T. A. Jordan J. L. Toone J. Misseri A-f.:f:.1-fl-i-fi-, Q 1 . 1 S F' 'F ' N.. n-an-ve.-r-cum Q, -P- S-3 Division PNICSWJ M. C. Britt S-3 DIVISION IS COMPOSED OF A VARIETY OF RATINGS WHICH TRULY MAKE A HFLOATING CITYM. SHIP'S SERVICEMEN OPERATE THE BARBER SHOP, LAUNDRY AND SHIPJS STORE. PERSONNELMEN AND YEOMEN ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL ADMINISTRA- TIVE MATTERS WHICH AFFECT BOTH THE CREW AND THE COMMAND. THE POSTAL CLERK ENSURES THAT ALL MAIL IS HANDLED EXPEDITIOUSLY, WHILE THE DISBURSING CLERK MAINTAINS EACH MAN'S PAY RECORD AND PREPARES AND CONDUCTS PAYDAY. T. M. Carpenter T. P. Easter M. Sandoval J. B. Johnson W. K. Tait C. N. Richards W. V. Smith Jr J. F. Funderburk Jr. A. D. Rahming N. Weems D. Hawk N. Pompey 'F A ' 1- m-., fn- ,- C1- 5 ,----, A . IJQPPJ. ?W'f"!"f?"'!'19f"f' .1-"inf fr 'H' ' "- 3- E7.Yi9?f1.'Q-5' 'iff H V ,- 31- 513- ' ,f - - ' 7 ,f - W -1 .WI-.xxx - I 0 -W ry WOW 5 Q .- :.f4l"' 7 af 4 N u L YNI MIKE SANDOVAL ANSWERS THE GROWLER FOR COC. 'SHEY MAHON, IT'S FOR YOU!" V aww EHSN DONALD DINKINS, THE PRIDE OF HE GALLERY SCULLERY, MODELS THE LATEST IN MESSCRANK FASHION: THE DESIGNER T" PAPERS. QA R I s I R X I2 Siim PN1 MIKE BRITT HELPS FN BOONE FILL OUT RE-ENLISTMENT W f 4 I n ,Sw N: XI Q5 S :IQ .NI ' I xwffx I N V XA f I I ,ww X I 5 I N X V NI JANQQW I Q I -- , X ,sfwfw gr, f 2- X Q Ln w gi yi IIII Q ,. f W X Q x I Q 035-QI f IS I 'XS ff ID ' Q A II ,M . II x ' I X-'AI A S III, If X M 'S Q ' x X5 f 'Y x S55 ..---ff' ' fx XI X- ,f ,f 1 'SSS T JWSBNL , IS Cv? 5 S is. 534, , r ., . may , S W I , I. I 4, 4 Iv x I, ' M' Y' W X f L 'N ' IS' Xhw,Lwv-mnd ' ' W Q f 1 In 2 Q-I N' I f Q , rj Dv , R IG ff X WS? :I. X 'S I f If I.:ffwII- f II 4 .xv , - '- -- -- :IQx 4Wf5ff N 3 ,.--- ,.If-- K uf' fs 1 :MX NRS f' 7 2 f' f ' ' , 4 f I S xg I A Ivy, N 5 fx ,, I , ' Ix ,WV ,ff Q , , I - I ' K QWI 'W , iss! II , PC KM SMITT SMITH GIVES ONE OF THOSE MONA LISA 3 S6 YH SMILES AFTER EXPLAINING TO ANOTHER SATISFIED CUSTOMER WHY HE CAN ONLY SELL HIM 3 STAMPS A WEEK 0 I 45 A Chronolog Mayport, Mediterranean, Mideast . . . 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Cruise begins with USS GALLERK in company with other units of the Atlantic Fleet, joined forces with Spanish Navy frigates, destroyers, fast patrol boats and Spain's aircraft carrier, Dedalo, for a ten day war-at-sea exercise in the western Mediterranean October 30 through November 8, 1983. Operating coast to coast between southern Spain and the northern coasts of Morocco and Algeria, all warfare areas Csurface, sub-surface, air, electronicj were exercised in the bi-national operation, called "CRISEX 83,1 Aboard GALLERY the pace of operations was matched by the hard work of the Combat Information Center watchstanders. The Operations Specialists, Electronic Warfare Specialists, Sonar Technicians and Fire Control Technicians were kept busy by the ever-changing tactical picture, which included simulated air strikes, anti-submarine warfare drills, electronic warfare employment and maneuvering the ship through dense merchant traffic. Below decks the engineers kept the gas turbine engines tuned up and uready to answer all bellsi' under the Engineering Officer of the Watch leadership of ENS Mike Boyd, HTC Jesse Cromer, ENl Art Byrne, GSM1 Tim McCoy, and EM1 Gilbert Skinn. The announcement, "Now man your flight quarters stationsj, was heard dozens of times and kept the Deck Department hopping to provide the helicopter pilots the necessary "green deck" to land. Helicopter Control Officers Lt. John Jowers, Lt. Tom Cosgrove and FTCS Charles E. Brett smoothly performed their demanding duties of guiding the choppers onto the small, rolling deck, often at night. Cross-decking Gallerymen to the Spanish destroyer Langara and receiving their officers and men was the highlight of CRISEX 83 for those who were tapped to make the transfer. The lucky ones were Lt. Randy Stefanovic, Ens. Randy Downing, Ens. Dave Kuebler, SM1 Mark Clark, PNl Michael Britt, FTM2 James Myers, RM2 Scott Dominy and OS3 Andrew Sheffield. ' The personnel exchanges were beneficial to both navies and a good way to enhance the U. S. friendship with our Spanish counterparts. Exchanging gifts and seeing the "other guysn at work makes for a tighter operating force. After working hard and honing readiness skills, the time-honored "pass in reviewn capped GAL- LER Y'S participation in CRISEX 83. On November 8 GALLERY along with sister ship USS CLARK IFFG-IU and other U. S. ships formed a column at close interval, manned the rails in handsome service dress blues uniforms and rendered honors to the Spanish admiral aboard their aircraft carrier, Dedalo. Thus ended the largest and most complex exercise ever executed to enhance the cooperation between the United States and Spain. 48 tune-up called uCrisex-83 Q -N I a 'P' Se' , ,,. ,,j,,,vf-V H'wl'! f "Boats', Anderson guides Spanish helo in for personnel exchange. We Aga., Et Another round! 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I' W y ' PREFERS BUGGY TO BUS. ADVENTUROUS uf" Q I ww-wash-014 SMSN ROCHOTTE SPENDS LIBERTY GIVING RIDES TO MONKEYS. I lik .Y I My - ,arzfwm ff:r'm, I J .J f 2 I V A Sr I A fi z' f XJ f .N wr - ' f ms' ilfff- JJ j 9 . A N N E X N Ox l X E . f f Xi Q N 2 f K A ,77 IN a. U W . . SA SHERIFF ENJOYS COMPANY OF NEW-FOUND FRIEND. ff- , I , ,,.. V f .ZX W' 2 fig fy: . , E , ' I f of ,, . W . ,W You HAVEN'T LIVED TILL YOU'VE SEEN THIS MONKEY DO THE "MANUAL- OF-ARMS". . ss m 1 X XX X X AW nrep Refueling ATTENTION TO STARBOARD! MAKING THE BREA- KAWAY. GSM1 OLSON AND GSM3 HALL RIG A FUELING RISER ANOTHER SAMPLE FOR THE "OIL KING" I I xx.. xx K I. Y K A S X , S swmqn ,I N XV W Q ,, V Mini? N ix , .M X Y 52-NX X K .INS ,, ---k l f' X A XX . X A - xxx -f ' XS , . K NX A,--'X SR is f' A I N I fi-'Sig-A X X I N XM wgs O T X . 'N . kN , N X W ., Q I I X Q N -LC ily GETTING READY FOR THE OLD HEAVE-HO. 'Q THE WILDEST RIDE OF YOUR LIFE SHIP TO SHIP ON A M INCH CABLE. ss QMSN ALMEIDA SEARCHES FOR ELUSIVE INBOUND "MAIL HELO,'. X i PERSONNEL TRANSFERS REQUIRE SPEED AND COORDINATION. BMIQSWJ AND LCDR, FUNK MADE A GREAT PAIR ON DECKI if-.,,. SPANISH- NAVY USED "GALLERY INTL7 AIRPORT" DURING "CRISEX-83", l light E I I THE CRASH PARTY HANGS LOOSE IN PORT HELO HANGAR. l RR, ,Hx RECEIVING THE GROCERIES OFF BEIRUT FROM SYLVANIA,S CH-46'S. T SH-2 LAMPS HELO. 11 he , I ' - 5 ' 45" ' uarters! .,.,..+--f""!HA .,,f""' COMMANDER MIDEAST FORCES, PRIVATE CHOPPER - "THE DESERT DUCKU. S 5 Xl Q "DESERT DUCK" CHOCKED, CHAINED, AND READY FOR A HOT-PUMP. NY 'I w 5 fc SX 3 1 ,JU K i 35,2 RHS 1' lf il AFTER REFUELING, THE SH-3 WILL RETURN TO BAHRAIN. 57 - -..,.,--......-.--1-.-4v.-r-1--1,...,..t , amage CQHUO1 lympio : oompotiotion alway. keen but the common goal 1 tramlng YO my HUVG. ,M 2 I V, 4 f A I , 5 MA 'Z 1 X REPAIR LOCKER 2. Y Is W1 If Q A ,.. in-vm 4129 'wil aj. 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