Gary (FF 51) - Naval Cruise Book

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A-: -, L-,f . - V --A . X , Doixif-xio ARTHUR GARY y COMMANDER DONALD ARTHUR GARY UNITED STATES NAVY CONGRESSIONAL MEDAL OF HONOR CITATION "For conspicuous gdlidnTry ond inTrepidiTy of The risk of his own life dbove ond beyond The coll of duTy os The Engineering Officer dTTdched To The USS FRANKLIN when ThdT vessel wos fiercely oTTdcked by enemy dircrdfT during operoTions ogoinsT The Jdponese home isldnds neor Kobe, Jdpon, Morch 49, 4945. SToTioned on The Third deck when The ship wos rocked by o series of violenT explosions seT off in her own reody bombs rock- eTs ond ommunifion by The hosTile oTTock, LieuTeno T n Gory unhesiToTingly risked his life To dssisf severdl hun- dred ' ' s ' ' men Tropped in o messing comporTmenT filled wiTh smoke ond wiTh no oppdrenf egress. As The imperiied men below decks become incredsingly pdnic-sTricken under The rdging fury of incessdnf explosions, he confi- denfly ossured Them he would find d meons of effecTing Their reledse ond groping Through The dork, debris-filled corridors, ulTimoTely discovered on escopewdy Q ounchly, he sTruggled bdck To The messing com- 2 porTmenT Three Times despiTe menocing fiomes, flQOC ing woTer ond The ominous ThreoT of sudden GddITl0ll explosions, on edch occosion cdlmly leodIfWQ hlstme Through The blonkeTing poll of smoke uniil The los Oil hod been soved. Selfless in his concern for his ship Orig his fellows, he consTonTly roilied oThersl dbouf himiimi peoTedIy orgdnized ond led fire-fighTinQ DQfI'eSmS bldzing inferno on The flighT deck ond, when firerociwn ond 2 were found To be inoperoble, enTered Th? on ber 3 fireroom ond direcTed The rdising of sTeorT1 Ig A boiler in The fdce of exTreme difficulTy ond hdzccg gd inspiring ond courogeous ledder, Chellfendefedmor socrificing service under The mosT perilous CCTUI W0 ond, by his heroic iniTidTive, forTiTude ond Vcllfagcop responsible for soving of severdl hundred liveS. himse ducT ThroughouT reflecTs The highesT credlilon ond upon The UniTed SToTes Ndvol Service. Q .-..,....-.- GAI? Y PRA YER ETERNAL FATHER, STRONG TO SAVE, GRANT US YOUR EVER ABID- ING PROTECTION AS WE SAIL FORTH TO ANSWER THE CALL OF DUTY. . GIVE TO US STRENGTH OF MIND AND SPIRIT THAT WE FAIL NOT IN THE DAY THAT WE'RE TESTED. OUR HOPE AND ASSURANCE IS IN YOU, THE ONE WHO MAKES STORMY SEAS AND TROUBLED HEARTS CALM. CAUSE US TO DIVIDE THE WATERS OF THIS WORLD ONLY IN THE NAME OF PEACE. MAY WE HONOR THESE UNITED STATES OF AMER- ICA WITH SELFLESS AND COURAGEOUS DEDICATION TO THE MIS- SION BEFORE US. WE GIVE THANKS TO YOU OUR FATHER. AMEN WILLIAM C. BLAIR CHAPLAIN'S CORPS, U.S. NAVY FREEDOMS THOUGHTS AS THE WIND BLOWS AND SUN SETS ON THE OPEN SEA HE THINKS OF AMERICA A NATION FREE HE THINKS OF HIS FAMILY AND FRIENDS SO DEAR AS DOWN HIS CHEEK ROLLS A LONESOME TEAR HE THINKS OF A PLACE SO CLOSE AND TRUE THE ROLLING HILLS THE SKY SO BLUE HE THINKS OF THOSE WHO'VE DIED IN FOREIGN LANDS TO KEEP US FREE FROM HOSTILE HANDS HE THINKS OF WHAT HE MUST DO WELL SO STILL SHALL RING THE LIBERTY BELL SO HE WILL SAIL THIS TROUBLED SEA TO KEEP THIS GREAT NATION, AMERICA, FREE T.A. MOORE, OS3 ..., .-...,-...-....-W. ...-.- -...,,f..mJ. .,.,:,,..f .. . i......4,.f.n.-.....J,.fwN.....-....4...,....,.--....,---w- V 4 OPERATION PRAYING IVIANTIS COIVIIVIANDINO OFFICER -N-I ' ' f4 . Vx .. 'Golf Brava, This is Gary. I inrena To engage all hasrile Targers wiThin weaporfs range. 7-I The Caprain, April I8Th A 1 QI "Q.liI3'L.-sr' 'fa Wrlliam Dallas Befhea III Commander Unrfed Sfafes Navy Commanding Offrcer USS GARY QFFG 515 Commander BeThea was born rn ATlanTa Georgia and aTTended school rn Los Angeles Calrfornra EnlrsTrng rn The Naval Reserve ID March 4966 as a selecTee ID The Reserve Offrcer CandldaTe program he was commissioned rn Apnl 4969 aT Offlcer CandldaTe School NewporT Rhode Island He graduaTed from SanTa Monrca College and Calrfornla STaTe UnlverslTy NorThrrdge where he recerved an AA and BA ID Amerlcan HlsTory and Englrsh Hrs frrsT acTrve duTy asslgnmenT was wrTh Naval Beach Group ONE WesTern Pacrfrc DeTachmenT forward deployed To Yokosuka Japan As AsslsTanT OIC of a BeachmasTer deTachmenT deployed To VreTnam Command er BeThea parTrclpaTed rn OperaTron KEYSTONE CARDINAL The flrsT major phase of Marrne wrThdrawal from VreTnam Followrng ThaT Tour and afTer augmenTaTlon lnTo The Regular Navy he served aboard USS BAINBRIDGE QCGN 255 a nuclear powered gurded mrssrle crurser homeporTed aT Long Beach from 4970 To 4974 as Commun: caTrons Offrcer and FrrsT LreuTenanT Followrng a Two year Tour as OperaTrons and Plans Offrcer for Commander DesTroyer Squadron FIVE aT San Drego Commander BeThea aTTended DesTroyer School aT NewporT Rhode Island and was subsequenTly assrgned To USS LEAHY CCG 465 a gulded mrssrle cruiser homeporTed aT San Dlego as OperaTrons Offrcer Followrng a Two year Tour aboard LEAHY he reporTed To TacTrcal Tralnlng Group Pacrflc aT San Drego and from 4979 To 4984 TaughT advanced baTTle group TacTrcs To senior offlcers en rouTe To command AfTer complehng a Two year Tour as ExecuTlve Offrcer of USS WADSWORTH QFFG 95 The flrsT OLIVER HAZARD PERRY Class guuded mrsslle frlgaTe rn The Pacrfrc FleeT homeporTed aT Long Beach from 4984 To 4983 Commander BeThea reporTed To The sTaff of The Chref of Naval OperaTlons rn WashrngTon D C From 4983 To 4985 he served as Arde To The DlrecTor Naval Warfare COP 0955 and Head TacTrcal Trarnrng and Wargamrng Branch of The TacTrcal Readrness Drvrsron QOP 9535 In June 4986 he graduaTed from The NaTronal War College WashrngTon D C In December 4986 he assumed command of USS GARY QFFG 545 rn Bunbury AusTralra durrng The shlp s marden deploymenT Commander BeThea s personal awards Include The MerlTorlous Servlce Medal four Navy CommendaTron Med als Two Navy AchlevemenT Medals and varlous campaign servlce and unlT awards Commander BeThea IS marrled To The former Gayle Lorraine Garslde of Los Angeles, Callfornia. They have Two children, RoberT and Bonnie. I I I I l I I I I I II I I I ' I I I I II I I I I I I I I ' I I I I I I I I I I I I ' I I I I I II 1 1 I I 1 I 1 ' II I I I I I I I I I I I - 1 1 I II I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I ' I II II I 1 1 I I I I I I I I I I II I I II I I I I I I , III I I I II I I I - I I III I I ' I I I 1 III I I I I, I I I I , I I I I I I - I I I I I I 1 ' I I I I I S EXEQE!llECE24S,2EF'CER QW. X. ,, xi 1 Nz fe 512 if 3 z ' i W 7 s , l X T -X f i -- f,M,. 1, , ' W " 1 I , -,'- 5 'Q ,,k k ,, Q.. 5 , i I 4.-3 ,O At' Os :Q 0 S QP fi S Zelzixlqff' v xx I 1 A 0' 5' tritgttfit:-f 46 1 'Q F X 5 4'li"q -Mig if ' ' f" 13 ff-e .,-'-sg ff,-1-.HEL 1 gpg 3 4. 5,19 if 'Elf -ef may Lua., . Robert Lee Moon Commander, United States Navy Executive Officer, USS GARY QFFG 515 Commander Moon is a native of Little Rock, Arkansas. After attending one year at Hendrix College in Conway, Arkansas, he received an appointment to the United States Naval Academy, entering in June 4968. Immediately upon graduation in June, 4972 Commander Moon reported to USS BOULDER CLST 44903 in Little Creek, Virginia, where he served as Gunnery Officer, Second Division Officer, and Navigator from 4972-4974. He then reported to USS SAMPSON CDDG-405, homeported in Athens Greece as part of the overseas homeporting project, as Fire Control Officer from 4974-4976. After a brief tour as Weapons Officer on USS RICHARD L. PAGE QFFG-55, he attended Destroyer School in Newport, Rhode Island. Commander Moon then reported as Engineer Officer of the USS KIRK CPF-40875, homeported in Yokosuka, Japan. Following that two year tour he was assigned as Material Officer on the Staff of Commander, Destroyer Squadron FIFTEEN, also homeported in Yokosuka. Departing sea duty in July 4984, Commander Moon reported to Anti-Air Warfare Division of the Naval Warfare Directorate COP-955, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, where he served as Surface Launched Missile Systems Officer. ln October of 4984 Commander Moon reported as Combat Systems Officer on the Staff of Commander, Cruiser Destroyer Group FIVE. He began his present tour as Executive Officer aboard USS GARY CFFG-545 in June. 4986. Commander Moon has been awarded two Navy Commendation Medals and various campaign, service and unit awards. . , .,i,,. i-..i4,... .pm-....-.kl..i.. -.1.-.,Q. -.....-V. H.. ,,. ... EXECUTIVE OFFICER 424 IVIAY 88-PRESENT , MW' L .Jl"" John A. Schaefer Lieutenant Commander, United States Navy ' Executive Officer, USS Gary CFFG 545 A Lieutenant Commander Schaefer received his commission as an Ensign in the United States Navy through the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps at the University of Missouri, Columbia. ' His sea duty assignments have included service aboard USS LANG CFF 40605 as Communications Officer and USS CORAL SEA CCV 435 as Main Engines Officer. He has served as Operations Officer aboard the USS VALDEZ CFF 40965 and USS CALIFORNIA CCGN 365. In May 4988 he became Executive Officer of the USS GARY CFFG 545. Shore duty consisted of assignment as Senior Staff Officer, Surface Operations for the Commander Canadian Maritime Forces Pacific, and post graduate education at the Post Graduate School, Monte- rey, California. Lieutenant Commander Schaefer's personal awards include the Navy Commendation Medal, Navy Achievement Medal and various campaign, service and unit awards. S Lieutenant Commander Schaefer is married to Elizabeth Anne Davis. They have one child, Jennifer uzanne. A ' X 8 f .,i,. mums ll .V X ' ' 'I ,X , A , , s. ,,, ,,'-, , r J A ON 01 xo O l O TQ ' 0 Q 0 . - , U U ' ,, 4 H UILSTN U A in U , K, . A 0 ,' il ' I iw Q if f K0 01 xx , BMcs THOMAS re. ver OOMMANO sFMOre CHIEF FFTTY OFF OFF uss GARY QFFG-5'lji ' A nafive of Dragerfon, UTah, Senior Chief Vigil aTTended high school in Encinifas, California, and enlisTed wiTh The Navy in April 4966. A F ln his firsT assignmenf To USS TOPEKA QCLG 85, Senior Chief Vigil was involved in combaf operafions againsf The Norfh Viefnamese, during operafions in The Tonkin Gulf. His ofher assignmenfs have included Tours on: USS CHICAGO QCG 443, USS ENGLAND CDLG 225, USS LONG BEACH CCGN 95, USS DECATUR QDDG 343, and USS OLDENDORF CDD 9725. - As GARY's senior eniisfed crewman and appoinfed Command Senior Chief PeTTy Officer, Senior Chief Vigil works closely wiTh The Commanding Officer as an elemenT of The ship's upper command organizafion represeniing The morale and welfare inferesfsof The crew. As such he is responsible To The Commanding Officer for policy maTTers affecfing GARY's sailors. C - A five Time recipienT of The Navy's Good Conducf Medal, Senior Chief Vigil'soTher decorafions include: VieTnam Service Medal, Navy "E" Ribbon, Armed Forces Expedi- Tionary Medal, and The Sea Service Deploymeni Ribbon. A s Senior Chief Vigil is married To The former Miss ParoiiTa Bunda of The Republic of The Philippines. They have Three children: Nolifo, Cecilia and Chrisfopher. T ,.. .,gL,....-n..-:.,q.T,. -..,.l 9.4.-..... , ., DRILL TEA 'Q' v 1 ' s 1 A genuine source of pride, Gdry's owdrd winning Drill Tedm focused proise ond oTTenTion on our ship Through Their involvemenT in severol pdrddes ond civic dppedrdnces. As 'IQ87 pdrTiciponTs in The noTion's big- gesT ond oIdesT miliTory porode ond drill compeTiTion, The CiTy of Torrdnce Armed Forces Doy Porode, GGfY'S Drill Tedm won firsT pldce ohedd of professiondl drill Teoms from eoch of The oTher rniliidry ser- vices. Since ThdT Time, The h - y dve re cerved owords ond proise dT eoch evenT Th ' ey hdve oppeored dT, eorning reTurn 10 performdnce inviToTions for The coming yedrs. The GCITY Drill Tedm rerndins dn dcTive ond viTdl shipbodrd orgdnizoTion dedi- coTed To furThering Ndvy involvemenT ond pride in The locdl communiTy. Their conTinuing efforTs ond espriT d'corps hdve mode Th ' "Tedm Gdryf' em on lmporTdnT pdrT of 1 f is fs Vs T X Semdnd NouTico...A week of sun, surf ond good Times. Gdry dropped dnchor off The codsT of SonTo Bdrbord for The firsT Time To be dmong The mdin evenTs of The celebrdTion. In The four ddys we were There, Gdry hdd over 4,000 visiTors cross The brow for o Tour of 'iFreedom's ForemosT Guord- ion". The ciTy welcomed us wiTh open drms ds crew- member's enjoyed everyThing from The locdl Toverns, To The worm sunny beoches. IT wos d gredT Time few will forgeT. Gory's second visiT in SonTo Bdrbdrd wos d specidl one, since we were shdring The Town wiTh The Americd's Cup YdchTing Trophy, which mode lT's dppedrdnce oT The SonTo Borbdro YdchT Club. Once ogoin The Gory mdinTdined d high sTdTe of visibiliTy os The wdrdroom dTTended ci pdrTy oT The ydchT club celebrdTing Dennis Conner's Americd's Cup vicTory over AusTrolio. The GOTY wos mode dn honordry member of The SonTo Bdrboro YdchT Club, becoming The ciTy's, if noT The world's, IdrgesT "ydchT." T i i . 11 i l l i l i i l l l l I l l l i l l l l l i l i l l HAPPY BIRTHDAY GARY' On November 44, 4987, we goTherecI To ceIeloroTe our shrp's Thrrd burThdoy omldsT The Iuxurrous nouhcol surroundrngs of The SS Queen Mory In our dress blue unrforms we promenoded ond dined our waves ond grrlfrrends There were mony friends ond 5 supporTers There To shore The evening wrTh us ToremosT omong Them Mrs Joyce Leomer CDR Gory s cIosesT rvrng reIoTrve ond USS GARY s commrssronrng sponsor Q BuT on ThoT nrghT more Thon 1usT The srngulor focT of GARY s brrThdoy drew us TogeTher rn ceIebroTron We olso ceIebroTed The Triumphs of ochlevemenT we hoc! eorned during o complex serles of rnspechons evoluohons ond Trornrng evoIuTlons which were preporrng us for The chollenges of The depIoymenT ThoT Ioy oheod For T 1 perhops The frrsT Tame we reveled ID our comoroderre 3 T T T T I T T .- I "We few, we hoppy few, we bond of broThers . . W. Shokespeore, T958 Was. f - X e xx E X x 5 E X . 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' ' For many, Pl, as mosT sailors call The Philippines, is Their firsT TasTe of The Orienf. For newcomers, sTepping across 'lfhe bridge" inTo Olongapo can be an eye opening experience. One is immediafely bombarded by The slghfs and sounds of a ToTally new and differenf culfure. Vendors and barkers line lvlagsaysay Blvd, The main Thoroughfare, hoping To lure wide eyed sailors inTo Their esTablishmenTs. Older and wiser sailors quickly seek ouT The old familiar esTablishmenTs ThaT have welcomed Them in The pasT, bypassing The flashy discoTheaues and bars for Tranquil resorfs, markeT places, and on base reunions wiTh old shipmaTes! For Them Pl is a Tradiflon They've learned To love over The course of many deploymenfs and .years aT sea. - A . One of our shipmafes, who freauenfly siTs in The CapTain's chair, menfioned once ThaT This was his 67Th porT vlsiT To Pl in nine deploymenfs. . Sigh A 1, -' , R U ":T"r? -' , V 121- if 25 . 4 f ., ,A S . 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V- ' , l, x J., 'Sf A , ,,, Q Juligana-lr '-17 ' .-nun, ..1muvN-v-- mum? w.,.w1H'.1'Y4"'-' 1 i J Q Qs- ji , I 1 i f , U FX " 3 J , it smug 1 We E I J' EL 2 I J SI 1:7 i2 a'i fi E. i , . 3 , 1' - A33 fi IMPERIUM NEPTUNI RE GIS ln the highest court of the raging main The domain of IMPERIUM NEPTUNI REGIS send greetings to all GARY SAILORS You are commanded to appear before the ROYAL COURT on 25FEBRUARY1988 A complaint has been filed with the government of the Domain of IMPERIUM NEPTUNI REGIS, state of the RAGING MAIN, EQUA TORIA, against you . . . f i TO ALL SAILORS, Gale Riders, Hurricane jockeys, Mermaids, Depth Dwellers, Salt eaters, Guppies, Tafpons, Sea Cows, Pirannahs, Swordfish, Tadpoles, Sea Leeches, Sturgeons, Bucketbills, and all other drab tenants of the deep. GREETINGS: Know Ye that on this 25 day of February, 1988, in Latitude 00 and Longitude 105'03.4E there appeared within the boundary of my Royal Domain the USS GARY CFFG-512 bound for the equator. ' KNOW YE that said scurvy vessel and her grimy crew of puny Polywogs have since been inspected, instructed and passed by my Royal Staff and my Regal Self KNOW YE WELL THAT GARY'S SAILORS have been found worthy and capable to be numbered as Trusty Shellbacks of the most lofty order having been thoroughly initiated into the Mystic Rites and SOLEMN MYSTERIES OF THE ANCIENT ORDER OF THE DEEP. I KNOW YE FURTHER: To all subjects under the unlimited scope of my crusty scepter by unquestioned fight of reign l command you to show due honor, unparalled respect and regal courtesy to them wherever NEPTUNUS REX Ruler of the Raging Main fhey may be. ...,-...... . -...--Q---.1....---.--fi. ,.................,.....,....-,-.....-K,...,,..,....-,....,,,,,,,,.,,,, , M i X' Y r N - V . V ff ' ' A ,, , - A , sg., T V ' .--vva-y 'synonym'-yqfv-'fvf"r'-wvvvvw-Q ' , T ' -bfi Y W ' v- V K ' - ' . - Q ' T TSRITLANKA .: . - - , A , I o lf I ,T ll - T :T . l- 2- T - if ii " r. , . 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Q Q' Q T' 'J - A. 11 " - . - -4 41 .---Y-- , ,:?1m-..-, -me '- . s..!!,,,....,,w.N...- , , BAHRAIN While in The Persian Gulf, Bahrain was G-ARY's new home base. lT was in lvlanama, Bahrain ThaT mosT of us had our firsT exposure To Middle EasTern culTure. lf anyone expecTed To see caravans of bedouins and camels, They were very quickly disappoinfed. Manama, The capiTal of Bahrain, was a Thriving modern ciTy wiTh an efhnically diverse populaTion. The siTe of if dozens of new hoTeis and high rise buildings, Manama sTill conTains numerous examples of classic moslem 5 archiTecTure in The form of many new and old mosques. There was no wanTing however of The TradiTional ffg Arabic dress. Cab drivers and millionaires alike could be seen everywhere wearing The loose flowing ara- bic head gear and jalaba. BuT Bahrain was more Than jusT a place To go sighTseeing or shopping, iT meanT home as well. The few sTops There allowed us To call home and find 'ouT abouT evenfs ouTside of The Gulf. IT was a safe haven where mosT of us felT we could escape The ever presenT ThreaT in The Gulf. Bahrain was The cenTer of our Persian Gulf universe, iT was our friend, and as far as we American sailors were concerned iT was The undispuTed capiTal of Wally World. X, I I I F I i I I I L 1 I .-.-V A - - 311 r- 'A-Y Y 'i--'H ' ' -saws., -m1Axs.b.-iv-- n-um? us-.Lrq!h',x-N-v,-, fi: ,-'-4. 4 I - V V H YYY V -Y V nv U I Y I V Y 11 V News Y 2" : ' , is L 1 43 .5-3' All 1 ,:g. 1' . ,gs . '1rvQ ' ., , V' " -' yi. 0 . X 4 .Mx N. -.,,, ,ff X ...Q ,ak 'Ik mmf AV uw' , .W .., , , x NX Q, " 'R F ,- X 1 Q45 2 P5 XS s XX ff S X 4 z 4 X ,J'v.A 'N .4 4-in I .x Y xnxx X W Ng A 'Q N, . W j . 1 Y SY 4 Z f Q . , N J 7 Z' 2, L Q Qu -. We I' 1 j ,f g f !! ! wg, a fff X U1 x-ww -11 fu, sa, W' I ,AI IQ, , , I ' sf-, V532 I , l ,, f, Q f ' ' ? U Sw" if v',v!'?'1 k7,,,, 'M Q inf ..,, f 54 ZQZWZL I ,n. V' K ff-WT. 5. iflfqiyfff , 4 ,I , vi fun, '- '11 PQI ., " Irv, 544 . W, -4: 4. f X , ft 7 X 4 w , W, X x' A ff X 4' 2. L , X Z ' ff ix " if ff yu . 2 R f yf f v W iq me f' f x M W s- 4, Zz, ' ,, 1 .1 ff ,W 4 VX, nr ua I -1 u A 1 ' f 'N fi f P Y 'N n, .M xy- ,. 1 - ' fx ', f .X-' -I-ff! , ,N 41311 f V- f.' if 'zzffw f "wr 'Q' 1 J, " "V " f"" Wm M of - M-" 1 A+., nv -3-'Kin GULF OPS lj 1 -.1 if , J' 3' I GARY's operaTions in The Persian Gulf We fied by endless hours of vigilanT readiness mixre Typ momenTs of dread and exciTemenT. The difdwm were few and for beTween, and The daily rirsieri , we esfablished reflecTed our awareness of iiiislcgirnr .ff-ij. gerous envlronmenT. T Ol ifgfiff Running The gamuT beTween rouTine escorio 1 : aTions To all ouT defensive engagemenTs, "Seng ii' T QuarTers" and "modified GQ" became familiar riqq i ly occurrences. IT was no longer a maTTer oi Wheat-f' we would have To go To GQ, buT raTher how man I 1' Times we would do so ThoT day. V g General QuarTers meanT differenT Things To eccii , man. To some iT was endless hours manning arepqi, ii' locker sTaTion. To oThers iT meanT manning Q gun mounT or becoming a mine waTch. ln each case The if physical endurance and professionalism of every 'T GARY sailor was TesTed To iTs maximum. Our Tour in 44 Wally World was noT jusT a Thrill a minuTe, buT moreo journey in self-discovery. The single evenT which will live in our minds forever occurred April 48-"OperaTion Praying lvlaniisf' All alone and wiThouT The immediafe prospeci of rein- forcemenf or dddifiondl supporT, we bravely siood againsT aTTack and The ThreaT of massive lraniori 2 il 1 4,157 reTaliaTion from several hosTile airfields and miliiory insTallaTions in The NorThern Persian Gulf. Wiih boili - food and fuel nearly exhausTed, we each per- formed our duTy againsT seemingly insurmounioble if odds Tirelessly, and wiThouT hesiTaTion, for wiicl seemed like endless days. The U.S. inTeresTs we were Tasked To defend in Those weary days re- 155 mained safe ThroughouT. 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T erol luxury resorTs Including Club Med ond world closs hoTels A shoppers pdrodrse gems jeg :ng s resorTs however The nlghT lrfe rn PcrTong Beoch rrvoled ony To be found rn Pl or dnywhere el Y S sTop ID PhukeT wos porhculorly rmporTdnT becduse rT wos our flrsT llberTy porT ofTer Three gf nThs of duTy rn The PERSIAN Gulf Arrlvrng ln Thdllond mosT of us redlrzed for perhops The frrsT Trme The ex Q ood forTune ond flowless performdnce when we were TesTed rn comboT dT seo We reveled rn The su rzoTlon of rornrng o cenTurres old froTernrTy of frghhng men No longer ordlndry sdllors' on The Gulf s dong l . I a , , , . . - . The fllST ' Trm I n I T ' i I T . In me Pnuk , ' ' ' T ' - ' i home o sev ,' ' T ' I lWnd'5 3 cloTh' os well GS obunddnT fine dining con be found dT prices well below The besT ovolloble in The U3 Um r TTWO T , ' ' I I ' Se. I e ' GAR ' ' , ' ' ' ' ' ' mo - u - - - - I . , I duous Cuff T T T T T T A T '- 1.5232 reo ' ' , ' - , Z woTers, we hdd oll become worriors. 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On Ocfober 34, 4984 Julie wds morried To EMC Douglos Pdyfon. When her husbdnd wos Trdnsferred To GFGOT Ldkes, illinois in The Spring of 4983. Julie puT her coreer on hold while supporfing her husbond's coreer ond rdising o fdmily of four children. They spenf six monThs in GTGOT Ldkes, followed by Two ond o hdlf yedrs of The Ndvol Submorine Bose in Bdngor, WdshingTon, before refurning To Long Bedch in July of 4986. Her husbdnd is currenfly sfo- Tioned obodrd The USS GCJFY, where she served ds presidenT of The GOFY Wives SupporT Group during The cruise of 86-87. Julie wos oppoinfed The ship's Ombudsmon in Februdry 4987. 72 C-EINA IRZARRY BLOOIVIFIELD, NEW JERSEY ' ld High S New Jersey. She dTTendedlBloomfie ond grdduofed in 4980. Joining Thelwork force . ' ' Blooml Gino lrizdrry wos born ond rdised ID C l ii e ff sey wiTh her pdrenfs Gino worked lgVglN?' public COVDOFOTIODS before she mdrrie 7' D groduofion, she found herself moving T9 S091 I ' W . i i . To ocross The counTry wiTh her husbdnd, They f beco To Their firsT Ndvy ship The USS GCIVY To Olde lrizdrry of Medford. New Jersey in Moy 493 I i . . f I .I I I 1 c w ploymenf she experienced whdf o nOVY Gm Tion sooner or ldfer deploymeni sepord bond come involved wiTh The Gorl' W'VeS Glu . - T. W Tudlly ossumed The duTies of vice presidggnds pdrf of The Gory fdmily. During Gory S m We I . ' e ' ' - il l willingness To help ofher fdmilies ond n by' wos ndmed one of QCIfY'5 Omaidgpgenjo monder Befheo in mid 4987, O l shores wiTh Julie PoyTOfi- Y -,V ..,.,--V--... o LT John VV. PeTerson Lisle, IL CCDIYIBAT SYSTEMS , Combining The TradiTional shipboard areas of operaTions and weap- ons deparTmenTs, GARY's CombaT SysTems DeparTmenT represenTs The foundaTion or "muscle" of The ship's war fighTing abiliTy. OperaTing ,and mainTaining all of The various compuTer conTrolled inTegraTed SysTems, CombaT SysTems deparTmenT, personnel drawn from various raTes work TogeTher Toyemploy The ship's insTalled weap- ons sysTems. This mix of specialisTs includes Fire ConTrolmen, Gunner's lVlaTes, Sonar Technicians, ElecTronic Warfare Technicians, Torpedo- men, OperaTions SpecialisTs, ElecTronic Technicians, lnTerior Communi- caTion Technicians, and DaTa SysTems Technicians. GARY possesses capabiliTies in every aspecT of naval warfare. This abiliTy has required ThaT CombaT. SysTems personnel be flexible and proficienT in ASW, ASUW, AAW, as well as any oTher miliTary mission To which The ship is assignedg In each of This deploymenT's many complex Taskings, 'They have proven GARY's moTTo - i'Freedoms ForemosT Guardianl" I'T'HERE-,IS ONLY ONE TACTICAL PRINCIPAL 'WHICH ISI NOT SUBJECT TO CHANGE. IT IS TO USE THE MEANS AT HAND TO INFLICT THE MAXIMUM AMOUNT OF WOUNDS, DEATH AND DESTRUCTION ON THE ENEMY IN THE MINIMUM OF TIME." ' I GEN GEORGE S. PATTON, USA , AUGUST, 4942 V , , LF ' I I Z. . f - -' - hen P. Renwoid ENS DGVICI D- FOUQUGT LT OcTavio E. Manduley , LTJG Brian B. Gannon LTJG STeD . -N I Greensboro, 'NC ' x , . San Bernardino, CA DSI MOV, CA Hodgkins, lL I ' Z Y 4 , I ETC SWQ Rick EnrighT ' - Fcc e L. slubbv - C STGCcSvvp Daniel E. cnesier iv oscCSWD DOUQIGSS A- WCG Bumngiy KS Long Begchl CA Timber Pines, FL ' se-Qi B.e-och, CA IfThe facT appears 'TO be 'DUI T00 CIeGIII' GS Q firing." London'Tinjes, 4843, is . - , 4, Tablished ThaT The Americans have some superior mode, of ' , 73 v-auezwr-nuns-,L-:sulie-:v-.-in ,..,, sb .4---T.. 4 V .V Y , .V LT..,:, CS-'I DIVISION OS'l Randy K. Fellows LPO Los Alamitos, CA OSI Daniel J. Meuser Columbus, OH EW2 Chris L. Manning Independence, OR OS2 Mark D. Tackett Culver City, CA OS2 Garret K. Cheves Mesa, AZ OS2 Robert M. Pico Nipomo, CA OS2 Chris W. Kern Troy, MT EW2 Darren D. Rutledge Fort Worth, TX OS2 Russell E. Moody lll Long Beach, CA OS2 Jason Sykes La Miraaa, CA OS2 Albert Vargas West Covina, CA OS2 Robert J. Gasowski Troy, Mi 74 W ..., ..............., S C. . sss. J,s.,.x X .si lk W. X .4 15 R WX Q . S MX -ses 31 Q? Q-'RX t 'Y ,. Xf. wwx x 5 f XX ,JW ff f Q XX X X -9-m x X X .XgY.A?m at X X X S. X AMX, XFX., S ' 5 sXsf ssh s1,x Q o i., Rss ge Q Xsxy ,Xi N, X ff sizfi J X I X is he if X X X fx X E Q Q Q I X f g X X 5 X Q 5 Q sh XX f X N X ' X 1 N X X X X X Q, ix X., X X KX 4 X Q Q Q ,Y X X X X s f ix, Q 5 X X f X XX X X XHX X Q ft? X X X X! X f Q YQSX f ' X T Q X X X X X X x X XX f Q X , X X XX 0 X xx X X hz W K ,s,a?sySj. ' 5' I Q Rf X. IX sf X S S, p ' s wAXXXs QNHvf Q ........ . ,N .N , sgXK Q X sX5 Mli -. ssxsl fe .ss ,s...,.- I x Xt? H ' I ff-""-"3 -' Q NX I . rs -SQ . I I I .... 3 XX X I ' A A X f SQ' ,K 1 K, E ff QX I. s. . Reiss ,,., f fp., ,f,:,, 1 s, s S aw :N . 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Wotklhs Los Vegos, NV ossrz Thomas J. Dwvef Northport, NY 75 SCDNAR GANG "it must not be forgotten thot defeot of the U-Boots corries with it the sovereignty of oil the oceons of the world." STGMSWP Defek F- Willis, LPO TM1 Romon Arredondo Apple Voiiey, CA ,,,,t 0 'ff W' f fy, fa 2 STG-2 Richord K, Rgfher Monhotton Beoch, CA 76 Bonito, CA Winston Churchill, 4939 ox X fi? STG4 MGX R- MGY sTe2 M' n IF L Snyder, TX Trocy, gage I Yom L E mmwvlmnuryyyg 'Har 0- , 4-n. I 4 X f Z 'I ll... ' 1 if STG3 TFOY L. Vosberg TMSR Shown D. Wolters plcnevme' W' Mossopequo NY . ri 6,03 N! QRDNANCE DIVISICDN GMG4 Vllilliam J. Villz, LPO A GMG4 Jeff Cote New lberia, LA POIC Slinger Delachmenl milk I0 G oy? a Y FCKSWQ Charles E. Wilkins GMGQCSWQ MJ Gold Chula Visla, CA Brooklyn, NY ww Q W4 fm Z WW GMM4 Michael E. Demele Fci Lenny K-L LGDIGHC Tamarack, FL Venlura, CA FC'l Doug Dorwoclor Finclloy, OH FC'l Bob Wilson Evonsville, IO Glvllvll Mork E. Brueggemcmn Appleton, Wl FC2 Bill Hill Ploino, TX FCQQSWQ Terry Covunglon Monllcello IO FC2 Rolner Schrnlcll Llverpool NY FC2 Jim Kelly Fronklln KY OMG-QQSWQ BO Newsom Gulf Shores AL ...Q FVN z fko . P2359 -an ,W Jfwgjyf w-'ff W I SX ff if Xl X 1 gf' 1 i P ,Mex . f Q Z . 7 ' ' l V, I ' Y f X f g , I ng G, .V WWA f f I, , Q, K X f 'I if , f M' f f f,, 1 , '21 "5 f fl f I E ' 1 ' ' ,' i 44, , ZW I , 1 B, , ff2f? f " l Y , W V Q, I, ,M ' .W gy 5 1 W K ., rf W Mn 7 f 2i"'f 1 7 ? 2 , . f' ' .fffyw I X f 1Z"'L'A 2 Q , . , , xy , ,, s ,J 12 , W A awe 7 W 2 4 1 X 7 QQ ,fag ' f , . rf ' M X I N WZ ,, E V4 Z 4 ' W X. y 4 WZ I Z 2 4 X? . . .f , f , Z,.W.X WW I X 5 sa f I sf 1 x Q S L-my xN f,-vv-'ff' ff H5511 , 1 'Q , ,X f or l Q A f fs ' Quay! Xin. FC2 Peploe Russel Fairfax, VA GMM3 Charles Williams Dorchesier, MA FC3 Rey Reyes Yigo, Guam FC3 Eihan D. Ede Porilancl, OR GMGSN Jeff Wilson Asheville, NC GMMSN Brad French Jacksonville, lL SN Dan Dewolf Manama, Bahrain SN Michael Richardson Manama, Bahrain SN Mark Ellioi Manama, Bahrain SA Billy Blue Layman Manama, Bahrain SA Toad Dismuke Manama, Bahrain SN Jeff Barnes Manama, Bahrain ET4 Lowrence C. Novero, LPO Noblesville, IN lC4CSWQ Lorry D. Eokmon 'Long Beocn, CA ET2 Eric A. Siollings Son Diego, CA lC2 Williom L. Morris Green Boy, Wi ET3 John H. Burress Augusici, KS lC3 Michoei J. Nemec Wesiern Springs, lL DS3 Richord S. Porkin Wesilond, Ml ETSN Keith E. Becker Omoho, NE CS-lil N .,., I 1 A 5 KQSW fr XS f X X K ss X ,fx N LCDR Mark G. Bur under i.'r-'gs 7--+ ::v.s:,f,,,-51.1115-,-.7...Y..1f-M.-..-1 ir il li N 1 li 'T I Q W H i l? ll Nl li i. ' .E T li 3 i , Q . 3 i 5 I 3 M , ' L l il l i l 2 21 i f-T L li 'll EET 'T TE' ,al li ,,l .Ei i yi - EQ az reg -R -f'f A Y.,- ..-Q--,.Y,.,fvaqvr-----., . ,-..,.,, .--- ., ,.1,,YW Y , -, -vlli' Aire DEPARTMENT GARY's mission in The Persian Gulf could noT have been Ai performed aseffecfively wiThouT The superb conTribu- i Tions of The Air DeparTmenT. The airmen and piloTs of HSL- 43 Def 43 flew Their aircrafTs nearly non-sTop Throughouf i our deploymenT To provide airborne Tacfical and logisfic li supporf. ' A ' . Along The way, The Air DeparTmenT disTinguished Them- i selves by -seTTing numerous aviaTion records,. includingi flying over 4200 hours in Three monms, and mesT-hoursi flown in a single monTh while operaTing in The Middle Easfi Theafer. Nof only did our AIRDET supporf GARY's oper-i aTions, buT' They lenT supporf To numerous TmiliTary andi civilian convoys Transifing The Gulf. ' IT was always comforTing To know Thaf Oceanlord 24 orzr '22 were in The air during The Tense days of T'OperaTioni Praying ManTis",,The men of Def 43 were our eyes in Theii sky in Those days. Their presence on sTaTion provided The! ,T Q Plllsburgh, PA - .sf Q X . LT Sfeve M. Barrdff LT Jeff'Jg. Krafzer ' LT MGH H Dolgn 'L Rl Alamogordo, NM TOUTDO, FL Warwick l A T - '4'. Y LTJS Willicm C- Murphy N ' -me John,A. McGraTh - . AEC DOUQIQS E Smfm fPlymouTh', MI Richmond Hill, GA' if San Diego CA f'These naval airmen, bold fellows,,aIways on for an advenfurous aTTack'.' A Sir lan-HGmlllOr1, Gallipoli, 8 JUL 4945 L -----1,--f-Ani :-f , Ml-Yi A' very best kind of early warning available. ' ' l ,uf W AX4 Michael H. Wick, LPO- AE2 Bruce G Wright Avvl T.J. Hoenisch Staten island, NY - Sm Diego' CA Sun Dieg0, CA f"..ff ami' N RW4 xl, A D 4 B1-1 AT2 Guy A. Demarco Hadley, NY 1 ,Fight - Operations team celebrates 4200 hours of flight operations while in MIDEASTFOR. ,1- lrg l K lmiillllllk L' Hulchlnson AMH2 Anon r. Maron dams, MA AW2 Noel P. Beckett Albuquerque NM ' Phoenix, AZ ' 4 FRN KTA AD2 David D Poller Goodson MO giAV CU 91 988 if WW! MQ. AZ3 Robert G Ervung Jr AW3 Kevln L Klllens Cherrylree PA Coronado CA wwf W AD3 Melvln R Lopus San Jose CA AEAN Charles M Wlncnesler Elldon, MI 6 SX y. f, mf M f K 1 ,, 0 ,, , ,W W ..,.,- , 1 ,,..,... Y- I' 3 Y AMSAN Daniel E Nabors San Anlonlo, TX AMHAN Gerald A Caswell Conlon, NY il S l LT James L. Lepse Onalaska, WI SUPPCDRT DEPARTMENT Specializing in logisTic and adminisfrafive sup- porT, GARY's SupporT DeparTmenT is The behind The sceneselemenf which enables all oTher ship- board deparTmenTs To compleTe Their mission. WhileGARY operafed in The Persian Gulf, Sup- porT personnel were involved in aImosT every area of ship's operaTions. WheTher iT was manning a gun mounf, The mine waTch, aT sea and anchor deTails, or in Their assigned raTes working The ship's Three messes, logisTic supporT, healTh care, adminisTra- Tion and oTher ship's services . . . The many conTri- buTions made by SupporT DeparTmenT personnel, were inTegral To GARY's operaTional Triumphs abroad. The auief efficiency wiTh which Supporfmen per- formed Their respecfive jobs day in and day ouT, kepT GARY up and operaTional. They are The cor- nersfone which makes all else possible. 'xl don'T know whaT The hell This "logisTics" is ThaT Marshall is always Talking abouT, buf I wanT some of iT." - EJ. King, 4942 l i l LUG David R Suffon A - 4 I EMCSCSW3 Reynaldo J. Deguzman Garden Grove, CA Moreno Valley, CA , 4 l , T - C O. Pelina HMC Richard Cowarf MSC Romero M. Medina E559 Bisslh' CA Bremerton, WA Camarillo. CA 4 ----u--- f::.,.u--une-vc.z-,vlan -.f.r,.n.Y .-.-.,..4.-..,---.Y.-,-,.,fn- Y ,- ,yrwc-gvslms?-.W Y .--n---..-.L .K ,..,,.. S-fl, S-3. S-A Q SH'I Ernesto F. Ferrer, LPO DK2 Richorcl J. Munson SK2 Dezmo A. Holder Pon xl-iugneme, CA - Son Diego, CA Long Beoch. CA mwmmkwjg H465-I 'Q 1 7 ,,,r vr 'fa ,r . ,h,r . Q! 411' of-...wi . ' X . I, r -x r SK2 Rey QM. Morrin ' SH3 Kenneth Q. Newron SH3 :Roger M. Agonon Son Fernondo Pcrmpongo, RP Long Beoch. CA Woipohu, HI .111 S!-'SN JQff V- STWWQFGY SKSN Toylor Men'efee 5'0UX CITY, 'A ' Polmdole, CA N S-2 FCDCDD SERVICE M34 QSWQ Mllchell D. Jones, LPO MS'l Reynoldo J. Degorrlz M32 Jose L Ramirez Norlh Hollywood, CA I Long Beoch, CA EI posfj TX .0 A 7 X If I KW' z xxx 1 Q K 5 , j r if X f , . . if Q f ' D ' TY Y 2 my 5 Y is I5 , MS2 Donlel B. McTurnon MS2 Fred D. Johnson Jr. MS2 Kenl J. Johnsen Soulhfield, IVII Ploinview, TX Redfield, SD Mxkx 1. ' ' -we X f,,. MS3 Alfonso W. Smilh MSSN Apolinor N. Jonobon Long Beocn, CA Son DieQOf CA 1iUlQ PNlQSWj Ronald L. Vigil, LPO Long Beach, CA YN2 Gary Lee Conibear Olympia, WA 'if' X DIVISICDN YN4 Mall D. Burris Long Beach, CA Z if ' if Z X. W My 1 ,3 iffipgra ' y r, ,. , : f f HM2 Richard L. Hopka Waterloo, IO IRII ARRY " PN3 R. William lrizarry Long Beach, CA W MA4 Ronald D. Lee Long Beach, CA PC3 Sleven S. Dickey Wichita Falls, TX YN3 Michael R. Bell Edinburg, IL ENGINEERING DEPARTIVIENT LT Michael E. Melvin 1 ' , Lombard, lL Working wiTh The laT,esT engineering advances in auTomaTed compuTer conTrolled propulsiop and auxiliary sysTems, GARY's Engineering DeparTmenT represenTs The hearT of This class's inTe- graTed ship design concepT. 1 OperaTing GARY's complex engineering sysTems demands ThaT each engineer possess knowledge in a wide range of T engineering disciplines including leT propulsion compuTer sys Tems high performance diesel Technology elecTrlcal Theory hull repair hydraulic and pneumaTic sysTems Their mission requires Them To swlfTly and silenTly Take The ship inTo harm s way providing The energy needed for GARY To fighT and if needed repair any baTTle damage The ship may incur While in The Persian Gulf The men of Engineering DeparTmenT provided around The clock repair readiness propulsion and even manned several small arms gun mounTs To counTer The ever presenT fasT paTrol boaT ThreaT ln every way The engineers spiriT professionalism and knowledge made all of our successes possi "Take iT al in al, a ship of The ine is The 9 mosT honorable Thing ThaT man, as a gre garious animal, has lever produced John Ruskin 4856 im s sy .. if Qasax WX . Zxf fxf f T ' QQ . T i f f i i : ii -'c43f,tD xw! - I fy , i 1 ' 74 LT Richard F. Woodford A LT Timoihv A- Wise E'!fSfQ'Hf,seCi'R' Deleon ,Los AlamiTos -CA 'C MGTOOHI 'L - ' ' GSMQ Dale E. Mgdlgn GSECCSWJ FeliciTo A. Cura .lr A lxgggilais RIO Seal Beach CA T Carson CA ' A I f l I r . ,gn H " 11, "4i,, 7 YV . W? 1 YA., , , I ' rr -'H' "Y" - T " Y' 'A ' - . . ii- , 3 N . 4 ell T W ' a, 4 I H - N . . I . T I' A . a I .V W ' ' - ' ' - - . i N ' - - T ' 2 N . . . . - - . n H x . , ' I W MX Q .,... .c.. T .. .,... N -- w ' . . ' Q' . ' . . ' ss f X 1 XXXXX 4 4 N , ---- . 'WTS s if D127 ' :g,.gQ . T f M -as T' ,4-f'i . . .Q ws cc, ,c...., ff-ff: A . x -ws X LA A XQ: 'FQ' N ss N , kv 4wfS--ssrssw-sa 4 ,Sw Q sh -- X M NSW? .-sq ss W Jil'-5 as f six-sy - ss .. ...s.. s . . Q f f ' , x N - XX "fs 1, ' 'f N- 'T 421, 'f A Q ' . SN f .1 ' A 1- FM " 14 ss Q Xxffims 'W ,i XX ' if W 'RVN A .cw N X 1,1 , XSL W, W fi: is , . - N-F'-'X 1"-E-C90 xx , 5 x X ss fit xg fl N Q Ns l - 'v ' C x ix T H i . ' "C xv, fox' T 1 N C A.... N... .,.. ,, , 44. I N' X 5 ANAX- '. X ' X: 4 Yr V ,,,,,,, . ,, .. . an s sm N I - - . I ' . - I ' 1 , V , - , h GSMMSWQ David L. Hanson, LPO Ellisville, MS GSEl Roberl W. James Houslon, TX GSE2 Gary R. Zimmerman San Jose, CA GSE2 Robert H. Wimberley Joplin, MO GSM2 George F. Hulse Long Beach, CA GSM2 Bruce L. Swanson Eden Prarie, MN GSE2 Perry A. Cole Long Beach, CA GSE3 Brian J. Finks Aurora, lL GSM3 Gregory J. Mallern Maryville, lL CSM3 Leopoldo G. Navarro Waianae, Hl GSMFA Ariel A. Danelaras Orion Balaan, RP G-SMFR Hershel D. Jaco ll Lakeland, FL , , f nsifkwm HT1ROyfTiOfid E. Phillips, LPO Hesperia, CA inf" H13 Trocy W. Townsend Crysiol River, FL DCFA Dem i C. -fhoenixl AZ Hovioncl iii 3 Hg Q ,W fl ., I ' A E-3 l ENMQSWQ Douglas B. Payton Los Alamitos, CA EN4 Darrell L. Cole, LPO Flinl, Ml EMQQSWQ Gary W. Wlggs Long Beach, CA ENQQSWQ Lee C. Brown Polrsboro, TX EN2 Nelson J. Campbell Soulngale, CA EN2 Steven D. Squires Snerborne, NY EN2 Healh A. Johnson Pineclale, WY 92 Y ,,, .ww- ,, saw 2. ,MW .WM W.. M ff 1 ,Wczf 5 Q viii, df M,,MZ,,W f' i - ww a n ,NNW .,.ff. . f M. W,,,,,,, 4. . fzfff-1f.-V.-1. .- me M ff ef W J ,ff .ff EMS Greoorv s. mccurry Collinsville, MS EM3 Bloke A. Horrison Long Beoch, CA EN2 Anthony Romos Son Antonio, TX FN John C. Holmes Jr Prospect, OH FN Dovid M. Bergerson Eleveth, MN FN Korl M. Coicou Westchester, PA FN John L. Greothouse Jr Worren, OH FN.Dorren K. VOQT Greencastle, IN FN Stocy D. Motheson Quitmon, TX EMFN Todd D. Jensen Minneopolis, MN EMFN Delberi R- BUYS Wheelersbergf OH FA Lorry N. Morris Homrnv, OK .Ws..... W ..--, ,dylpulunrpu-cuu.c, 4-' -,.,,pf...-:..-.-.,7-11-1.4---.f ,learxz ' - v ' . ,,.4Pyguus1:::.--Y- . :. ,.-9.-.- N - ef- -- W Y , ,hm . , vw-r Sl-llP'S CCDNTRCDL DEPARTMENT LT Mark Statler Ft Leavenworth, KS Shlp's Control Department's organization is yet another innovation peculiar to GARY and her Oliver Hazard Perry class sister ships. Combining the shipboard areas of deck, communications, and navigation, Shlp's Control Department comes closest to the original spirit of the days of wooden ships and iron men." Our days sailing the waters of the Persian Gulf required tireless dedication of each and every processing unprecedented volumes of message traffic, SC-3 division flight deck personnel la- bored day and night to land and launch aircraft. The auartermaster gang safely navigated us through some of the most dangerous waters on earth, and the signalmen vigilantly searched for mines, when not engaged in providing visual communications with merchantmen and war- ships from all over the world. Last but not least. were the dedicated bridge watchstanders and Iookouts whose remarkable professionalism and efficiency ensured our safety from watch to watch. The essential service provided by Shlp's Con- trol personnel during each evolution won the respect of their shipmates, and has never been previously equaled. They that go down to the sea in ships, and occupy their business in great wa- ters these men see the works of the Lord, and his wonders in the deep. Psalm CVII 94 ship's controlman. While the radiomen were busy LT Thomas S. Wetherald San Pedro, CA LTJG Daniel H. White ENS Douglas J. Hagan LOVTQ BGGCVT, CA - Annapolis, lVlD ' QIVICQSWQ James A. Lockett Jr RMC Steve Dopita All'lCllTTbTCJ, CA Phgenix, AZ 411 SC- 'I DIVISICDN K Donlel OEH Bums, '-PO SM2 Gregory A. Dudley Cincinnati, OH Rmhor NY W7 G Tiraqo fy 2 SMSN Kirl J. Horlemiller Signal Hill, CA A' AS , w w, XXX QMSN Terry L. QMS Pedar L. Brown Schmeiderer Roseville, MN Glendale, MO X! QM 9 SN Gary R. KGUY L SMSN Sfeven J' SCG' gmmce Edward Island. Havana, IL BC 95 4 -'li' SC-2 DIVISIGN 'C' , . i RM3 Jerome J. Lyons RM2 Ddvid Deon T. c r, LPo . RW Hank Om' sean Beach, CA Epping, NH Son Pedro, CA XAXK! Exxfj imur'iai.izryi .4 HEHSQN, RMSN Richord K. Henson RM3 Dovid E. Breni RM3 Dovid E. Dougheriy Huntington Beocn, CA Inglewood, CA Cincinnoii, OH 5 ff' iE2lENrlReneXBenovidez RMSN Kevin L. Jones RMSN Doniel T. Hdnsen Jr. ur nos, Aliddeno, CA Long Beach, MS V 5 . ' fx . 19 SYN? Ni 3' QTFSQ .' '1 S.: Ki . Q N N :Q E A C iss ' Ch ME li '-wma... my X M Q WW X 5 Z f MESH N BM4 Jimmie R. Cox Il, LPO Chino, CA RM1 John R. Himmelsbacn Carson, NV BM2 Thomas C. Benneii Lincolnion, GA BM2 Troy W. Spencer Long Beach, CA BM2 Michael A. Rife Los Alamiios, CA BM3 Brian P. Woods Oak Hill, OH BM3 Arvon James Bronx, NY BMSN James P. Bush Seaiile, WA - .g..........u...---....-..-Q-.. wr-'Q-.X .nuff-,q.-Q.-Y-.-9...-.L-.mv ........-..-.,-..---- BM3 Mark Tulanko Cincinnati, OH BM3 John Lupinelli Ossinlng, NY SN Ulyses N. Rucker ll Long Beach, CA BMSN Chris K. Hughes Pillsburgh, PA SN Mark J. Bailey Tempe, AZ SN Damon B. Winlon Sanla Clara, CA SN Todd B. Davis New York, NY SN Slacy D. Slalon Philadelphia, PA , Q Q s fgl 5 hx fy 5- .2 f ...sex , 3 5 QA E U' S iyss 3 ? 6 j , 1 , : 4 ss . - N K S S SN Kenneth E. Stewort Hillsboro, OR SN Anthony Brown Clevelond, OH ' SN Seon Irvin Richmond, VA s mm SN Kent C. Lord Pogoso Springs, CO S 5 i i i 9 Lmm , 6? ' 5 X SN Troy Henshow Golden, CO SR Tim Henderson Houston, TX SR Albert J. Flornond Browning, MT SR Steve Lebedo Orlonclo, FL A, A 3 f .1 ,W 154 f rv, NZ W 99 F SINCERELY HOPE THAT THIS BOOK DOES JUSTICE TO THE EXPERIENCES IT ATTEMPTS WE ,RIEPRESENT THE COMBINED EFFORTS OF DOZENS OF OUR SHIPMATES WHO HAVE 'GCENCHR ONTRIBUTED THEIR ENERGIES AND TIME TO IT'S CREATION. BECAUSE OF THE BONDS OF FEAR, JOY I K IS ANDEIBRJAIEIIEIRY: WHICH SHALL LIVE IN EACH OF US AS A RESULT OF OUR SHARED EXPERIENCE, THIS BOO I DEDICATED TO ALL OF YOU . . . THE MEN OF USS GARY. E. MANDULEY GMG2 SWD MARC J. GOLD EW2 DARREN D. RUTLEDGE LTICCRCL-TI-SIEIXBEOK OFFICER CRUISE BOOK EDITOR CRUISE BOOK ASST EDITOR STAFF LT OCTAVIO E. MANDULEY CRUISE BOOK OFFICER COPY WRITER AND EDITOR STRESS MANAGER GMGQCSWQ MARC J. COLD CRUISE BCCK CHIEF EDITOR SCUND EFFECTS EW2 DARREN D. RUTLEDGE CRUISE BOOK ASST EDITOR LESSONS IN CREATIVE LIBERTY EMCCSWQ DOUG B. PAYTON ILLUSTRATIONS AND GRAPHICS ELECTRIFYING ANTICS GSE2 PERRY A. COLE PROJECT DEFLECTION HM2 RICH UBABY DCC" HOPKA STAFF RESUSCITATION EXPERT 'I00 CRUISE BOOK CONTRIBUTORS . . . CDR W. D. BETHEA, LTJG SHAWN LUCKE, IC3 MICHAEL NEMEC, DCIQSWQ RAYMOND PHILLIPS, EW2 CHRIS MANNING, MA'I RONALD LEE, EWSN RYAN HOOD, RMSN RICHARD HEN- SON, SN KENNETH STEWART, GMG4 WILLIAM VILTZ, TMSN SHAWN WAL- TERS, PN3 WILLIAM IRIZARRY, DK2 RICHARD MUNSON, EW3 DEAN LE- MIEUX, ICIQSWQ LARRY ECKMAN, LT OCTAVIO MANDULEY, GMMI IVII- CHAEL DEMELLE, AW3 KEVIN KILLENS, OS2 AL VARGAS, PNICSWD RON' ALD VIGIL, EMCQSWQ DOUG PAYTON, OS'I DANIEL MEUSER, OS2 MARK TACKETT, OS2 GARRET CHEVES, GMGSN JEFF WILSON, LTJG DAVID FOUOUET, GSE2 PERRY COLE, LT RICHARD WOODFORD, GMGQCSWI MARC GOLD, EW2 DARREN RUTLEDGE, GSE2 ROBERT WIMBERLEY, STGS TROY VOSBERG, HM2 RICHARD HOPKA, YN2 GARY CONIBEAR, RMS DANNY HANSON. THANKS TO ALL OF YOU. I I. I I: II II II , I , , I I II II III nf II I 'I I I I II I If I I s I , I Y u 1 l r 1 1 l 1. -br ' Xivfwav- awfgf, I n ' wmv? 'r Wim? . ' '-e-fl-W'-':?ff1fw'1--1 Y-Wvw - -.-w- , - . ff- -Y. Y W VI . 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