George Philip (FFG 12) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1985

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- . ' .vV m ' ' Ok CDR George Philip Jr The GEORGE PHILIP (FFG-12) is named in honor of Commander George Philip Jr., USN (1912-1945). Commander Philip assumed command of the Destroyer USS TWIGGS (DD-951) on April b, 1944 and served in her with great distinction during the liberation of the Philippine Islands, the conquest of Iowa Jima and the capture and occupation of Okinawa during World War II He was posthumously awarded the Navy Cross for extraordinary heriosm during 84 consecutive days of combat off Okinawa where he perished with his ship following a dusk attack by enemy Kamikaze aircraft on June lo, 1945. CAPT D.F. Berkebile COMMANDING OFFICER From the South Pacific to the Persian Gulf Captain Berkebile will fondly be remembered as the " Crews Captain. ' LCDR M.G. Mathis EXECUTIVE OFFICER Serving as the CO ' s right hand man, the XO handles most of the command ' s administrative work as well as functioning as the personnel manager. This unbur- dens the Captain so he may carry out the important task of commanding the ship. The XO will undoubtedly be remembered by most for his uncanny talent for finding dust in all those " He ' ll never look there ' ' places. SKCS (SW) D.K. Smith Senior Chief Of The Command As the senior enlisted member onboard Senior Chief Smith functions as the enlisted men ' s representative to the Commanding Officer, as well as advisor to the crew on command policy. He was irrefutably the " voice ' ' of the Bluejacket onboard GEORGE PHILIP. " We few, We happy few, We band of brothers. " William Shakespeare " WESTPAC " is an inevitable part of all Pacific Fleet sailors ' careers. Some associate the deployment with visits to exotic ports while others think of it in terms of family separation and the long hard hours of work it implies. For the men of GEORGE PHILIP this Westpac held at least one universal theme; it would possibly be the ship ' s last. (The GEORGE PHILIP will augment the Naval Reserve Force in January 198t ). On the morning of August 28, 1984 the crew slipped the last mooring line, blew a sigh of nervous anticipation and embarked on what proved to be an unforgetable adventure. This cruisebook is dedi- cated to the memories and spirit of USS GEORGE PHILIP ' s WESTPAC 84-85. In the years to come we hope it will invoke the warm memories we all shared during our adventure. THE CRUISEBOOK STAFF ! i OMnnir f . ' i LT J.R. Webster Combat Systems Officer % X - The Combat Systems department encompasses all aspects of the ship ' s fighting ability. The Gunner ' s Mate and Fire Control Technician ratings ensure the reliable operation of the ship ' s missile launcher, 7omm gun and Close-In- Weapon-System, as well as, their related ordnance. Operations Specialists, Electronic Warfare Technicians and Sonar Technicians are responsible for the collection, processing, evaluation, display and dissemination of pertinent tactical information. The Electronic Technicians, Interior Communicatio ns Specialists and Data Systems Technicians are responsible for the maintenance and repair of all the ship ' s communication systems, both internal and external, as well as the tactical computer system. V n LT W Boettger OSC(SW) J Olson ft OSl(SW) T Reikowski EWl(SW) L Wilson Mm jy« OS2 E White OS2 C McMillan OS2 C Wheeler OS2 J Irvin 052 D Farris 053 J Norton 10 EVV3 J Womble OS3 T. Varley OS3 T Wilson OS3 K Springhower OS3 P Ruprecht OSSN S Odiorne EWSN M Gergel V OSSA J Mangum OSSN P Hurley to ' V n CS-2 Division STG2 K Williams STG2 K Gustafson STG3 C Stul STG3 D Franklin STG3 M McKcevcr STGSN E Christensen STGSN F Johnson !-• 13 CS-3 Division V GMGC(SW) P Barrow GMG2 A Haefner GMG3 S Hackett GMG3 J Martinez GMGSA A Hall A GMMC(SW) U Thomas GMM2 J Holland GMM2 S Fergueson GMMSN J Traylor 15 4hr CS-4 Division LTJG T Asher IT , J ETC(SW) B Bonomo ICC(SW) D Davis ' fR-» ICC R Hanrahan DSC(SW) J Williams FTMC R Allhouse ETl E Bossie ET2(SW) K Olson ET2(SW) A Wenyon ET2(SW) D Hale ET3 S Rice ET3 G Warner Vfl gm QtQ ET3 J Dumond j " f « FTM2 C Myers ' - FTM2 M Smith - - - I rem FTM3 P Laurence • Sl t% itf 4ut frl) | uv iJkmm — FTG2 J Osberg , f FTG2 C Forry F FTM3 T Taul DS3 D Bohi IC2 I Timoteo o; K. j III LCDR R C Hillery Chief Engineer tf ttonrtb Around the clock, inport or at sea, the Engineers are on watch. The Gas Turbine Machinists and Gas Turbine Electricians operate and maintain GEORGE PHILIP ' S two LM 2500 gas turbine engines which drive the ship at speeds in excess of 30 knots. Four Ship ' s Service Diesel Generators operated by the Enginemen provide electrical power to the ship. Electri- cian Mates ensure electrical power is properly distributed through the many miles of electrical cable throughout the ship. Our Hull Technicians are responsible for maintaining the ship ' s damage control equipment as well as the salt and fresh water systems. The onboard machine shop manned by our Machinery Repairman produces everything from locally fabricated repair parts to decorative brass plaques. ©- 19 CW04 B Rominger G5M1 G Slaydon E-l Division 9 GSMC(SW) C Anderson GSMl N Page GSM2 Shehan GSM2 C Hughes GSE2 N Hase GSE2 K Brooks GSM3 D Smith GSM3 T Marunda GSMFN D Koenig rH r GSE3 A Paschal CSM3 R Bullock GSE3 M Davidson EN3 A Phipps GSMFN R Freeman HHOflMni .l2GmK1K »wa»Jir«affW:tfra»ft an S fcrT fX- " " E-2 Division LTJG R Bruce EMC(SW) F Agulto fife ENC G Poniente ENl E Bayer ' • f» I ft! i £ AA 44 ENl(SVV) D Scott LMl(SW) G Epperson ENl K Barsness EM2(SW) A Pike EM2 R Allshouse . ' . ' : ENFN M Pierson EMFN J Poindexter EN3 N Shannon EN3 J Barnes Ad EN3 R Birmingham EN3 T Mingo EM3 D Phillips EM3 B Deguzman EN3 A Williams 23 E-3 Division I A ENS A MartinoM r- tkA t M MR2 E Ricasata HT3 M Crain :1 HTl C Ellis HT2 T Norman HTFA B Vermeersch lj .a HTl P Dalhberg €T HT2 B Sleighter -M 25 rrf: Zb LT M L Crow Ship Control Officer Boatswain Mates, Quartermasters, Signalmen and Radiomen comprise the Ship Control Department. The Radiomen are the voice of the command providing rapid, reliable and secure communications. Processing up to 300 messages a day they are the ship ' s link with the rest of the world. Signalmen handle the tactical communica- tions between Navy units by employing more traditional means such as Flaghoist, Flashing Light and Semaphore. Quartermasters take great pride in determining the ship ' s position and maintaining a navigational track using all available means from state of the art satellite systems to bearings taken from the sun and stars. The most traditional of all ratings, the Boatswain ' s Mates or " Bos ' n ' s " , operate the ship ' s motor whaleboat, anchor and underway replenishment gear as well as performing preservation of the ship ' s hull and interior spaces. 27 Goossens " X - QMC(SW) P SMC(SW) F Harris I z n kA SMI G Waterson QM2 J Goodeyon QM3 Dodge QM3 Miller SM3 M Cooper QM3 C Longorio SM3 D King QMSN M Lange QM5N A Lien SMSA R Green SC-1 Division 28 • i I ' ■ ■ ' 29 ' 2 l •if ' 4 RM2 A Drummond RM2 T Shaffer RM2 B Quail RM3 R Waldrop RM3 K Anderson M k RM3 K Murray RMSN M Anderson RMSN E Vasquez RMSN K Kelley ■ y4 ' LTJG Sommer SC-2 Division RMC B Sablan id 11 SN C Ward SA M Boyd SA D Scalf « gjb SN B Ohare SA T Anderson ' ft - J BMl S Grant BM2 E McChessney BM3 J Mcquagge BM3 C Glover BM3 C Greene SC-3 Division LT M Morris BMC(SW) P Greene + I A LA JL AA SN J Zika SN D Richardson SN D Inocencio SA F Bond 32 SN C Donnelly BM3 H Lavalley BM3 N Holly BMSN H Peterson BMSN B Carr BMSN M Nash SN R Johnson SN J Martinez SR J Searcy SN A Espintu SR K Sandstrom SA J Dobbs 33 SA R Goodwin :, W. y LT J I Morris Support Officer X T The Support Department has the responsibility of providing and accounting for materials and funds required to operate the ship. It also provides services which contribute to the comfort, welfare and morale of the crew. It ' s members consist of Yeomen, Personnelmen, Master-at-Arms, Disbursing Clerk, Ship ' s Servicemen, Mess Management Specialists, Storekeepers, and a Hospital Corpsman. Administratively the Yeomen, Personnelmen and Master-at-Arms support the ship by keeping the never ending flow of paperwork to and from the ship moving. The ship ' s Storekeepers procure, issue and dispense materials for shipboard use as well as accounting for the ship ' s expenditures. Providing the " Finest Food In The Fleet " comes as no easy task for the Mess Management Specialists, while operating the ship ' s laundry, barber shop and store is all part of a day ' s work for the Ship ' s Servicemen. The ship ' s Corpsman handles all ailments from the common cold to the more rare case of seasickness. Probably the most closely scrutinized and most welcomed of the Support Department services is that of Disbursing. t r . YNl F Taula PNl E Salinas SK2 S Bosse YN2 O Ariona SK3 J Ellington ENS S Stoner fWp, SKI M Guanco MAC J Bernardo HMC(SW) B Frank EMC E Mendones DKl K Rodgers y SKCS(SW) D Smith S-l Division W T M SK3 J Breuhl PNSN U Pabre it, ' 7| SKSN R Peters ' $ PCSN R Maitland 37 MS2 F Harden SH2 A Martin i MS3 M Morse I MS3 T Davis MS3 P Shanks MSl J Coleman SHl J Esperon MSl E Aboyme MSl E Elgar MSl M Jones X i i ENS S Stoner MSCS(SW) L Hog S-2 Division ' ■J.A Agk SH3 R Paz • ' • SHSN A Farmer 18 MSSN L Fitzgerald SN G Nicklow 9$ NORTH SEA .FRANCE 3PAII AFRICA SOUTH ATLANTIC OCEAN TT5SR fl CHINA % HONG KON IRRM PERSIAN GULF qja Nj) « INDIAN OCEAN CEAN CAMADA BCWHG SEfcJT . ° «?o° p « UMirED ?% NORTH WW y BGo ATES ILlPPHINE ISLANDS .v $, C?-J HAWAIIAN ISLANDS " SOUTH PACIFIC f % OCEAN -rV l§J O-ZEALAtfD EeaitHaribot Mft- IGMBBH i nn nnnn rrn t 5-7 September 1984 6-8 March 1985 V Warm Waters ;U m jJ Tropical Breezes W 23 September - 14 October 1984 23 October - 14 November 1984 Subic Again! Just One Last Look 14-20 February 1985 py pty • " IMP ' 1 l__ U HI ' 17-20 October 1984 J 1 ] Singapore 17-18 November 1984 9-10 February 1985 ?. an — tJL 4! i Bahrain 1-5, 29-31 December 1984 15-20 January 1985 • -ft ' fcifgl U 4- w ' .. ' Saudi Arabia 15-16 December 1984 Penang 4-7 February 1985 It licniiEnj Project Handclasp •«!- Because We Cared T Middle East Forces 58 29 November 1984 - 22 January 1985 Vl Crossing The Line There ' s Only One Way To Cross The Equator! - So You Want To Be A Shellback? 62 63 We Run For Fun 9 October 1984 Subic Bay, RP 19 October 1984 Victoria ' s Peak, Hong Kong 8 November 1984 Subic Bay, RP 28 January 1985 Bahrain 7 February 1985 Penang, MY 1,4 • ISH LINE I MM !_J3» 7 Steel Beach ■rf Vl -v k .v 1 L 1 it. t ' ' ,V Stand Down h Chief Of Naval Operations Visits January 18, 1985 Admiral J D Watkins j Special Evolutions ' 0 $ ' , Stormy Weather I Survived . . Ai_ v ost ft .. - i ■ » - - jt " " . 72 San Diego Home At Last! March 15, 1985 75 Command Cruisebook Contributers jgge£ »- Graphics- SN C Ward, ETl E J Bossie And Special Thanks To- LT J I Morris, EM2 A L Pike and LCDR M Mathis -• , fek, rl a ■ M , hw K% ' St ;v


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