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' A 1 W ',.,v v,':?h- 2 HS-216 . Q., 3, -5 ' N , - e, -:I '-I. AA 'ff 1. ' , ' , H-I, -1 5.1 . Q- - 1+ U Q H Q I ' ' Q , 1 J "" z, " ' ' ' ' ' -0 V if , , . ' , I Q 7 I L 1, , ' V 1 1 f' ,fm V Q., , V , ,' v : A T-P 0 va g It-guw j. -up I K an Wh 3 JA Q- , ll I 1 wwf .R-... E R GE WA 5 H I N GT oN ' fe 'Ce be prepereel fer Gfer if I ene e the meet effeeliee mean: ef preferring the hough George Washington p I was not a Sailor, it is quite plausible that no person did more than Arnerica's first president to establish the United States Navy. George Washington was born on February 22, 1732, in Westmoreland County, Virginia to Augustine and Ma1'y. After his father's death at age eleven, he moved in with his half- brother Lawrence, who owned the plantation Mount Vernon in Virginia. In 1748, Washington did some surveying for Lord Fairfax, a relative of Lawrence by marriage, meanwhile reading widely in Mount Vernonis library. In l75l, the 19-year-old accompanied his brother on a sailing venture to Barbados. The ten-week round trip marked his first undertaking onthe high seas and though it was Washington's only ei .L peeee " George. flofdsiiuqtou list .Annual Address Jouuorg 8. 1799 9 1 ap W le! F if Q . il' 8 v 'I 1 ff xx I 'ff - I' X I ' x ,f - 1' T " fax as 4' A at 5: rdf' iv1.g"" y 5 4 his wi xl. .1 lj x ., :- B s I We j N f X fi ,k W. seafaring experience, it left a impression on him. During the endeavor, Washingtogji kept a log of his travels, charting daily progress ofthe vessel and wind direction, weather conditiongi-Q and even the Sailors' diet -- dolphingi pilot fish and wormy bread. Though Washington's possessivdii mother would not allow him to follovrxa in his half-brotheris footsteps tofi accept a commission with the Royale Navy, he made many iinportantfxi discoveries during his travel tor . . Ti Barbados, including they enlightenment of the value of? Caribbean ports. , 'j In his eyes, failure to keeping, enriching waterways open to thesei profitable trade islands in the Westg Indies would be a missed opportunityfi in the future. asf' , i , ' ' 'Ext ' . I 1 3 ffiggjigii . A I - 5 4.5! Ai. . ,.:r. . I' fi'QinTfi5j5Yli525S2g,f -fi I I . . 7' L.. ,, g3g1j:'g.:"-Ezilztrsei ' --C,,':- t,-31.1 ' 1'j'E"i'f,Q-fi? If :- I f. 'vf-.v:..1' ., I . Lv: 55:12 ,-:swf ii: -4 . .-'- r A- -.P- -"ri"ua.:-'ii' -W' Q ' f f. : -Y f : 71' ll,"-fs-5,115-s.:i,' 45. ' ' , , f .. rg ' 'pzggrfq 452.5 'Lu i gi - gig gig! I wi. ::'vJ:f'f'1-i,-:isg- ' Mini-- we-,nf-gg-vpn-uw 1 on-.-.T l ,. , l . r 5' I 5 e l 1 I i I l E l l l .f General George In later years he would conclude that such failure would spell economic and strategic ruin. Especially in the face of war. In 1753, Washington began service with the Virginia militia. The following year he led an expedition to Fort Duquesne tmodern day Pittsburghj against the French during the French and Indian War. He took command of all Virginia forces in 1755 and participated in close combat. After leaving the militia in 1758, he was elected to the Virginia House of Burgesses. The next year Washington married the wealthy widow Martha Custis. After a period of living the social life ofa gentleman farmer, however, Washington revisited his military IL' C fnililzufiltrl.lrnlr vm ' lla' lh'luiiw'i' Rrwr on Iltwurrzlitfz' 'N I I '6 days to fight against the imperialistic British rule. ln 1774, Washington took control of the Virginia militia. ln .lune 1775. two months after the first shots ofthe American Revolution were fired, the Second Continental Congress unanimously voted Washington to command the Continental Army. When he arrived in Cambridge, Massachusetts in early July, he saw British warships hovering over Boston Harbor. Washington then recognized the power of the British Navy. By September. General Washington, desperate to counter the Royal Navy. began commissioning privately owned ships into action to sever enemy supply lines. Thus, "Washington's Fleetl' was born. The earliest of these commissioned vessels, Hamzah, was a seventy-ton New England schooner commanded by Nicholas Broughton. Believing reconciliation with Britain possible, many opposed the creation of a Continental Navy. So Washington would pen a letter to Broughton and then other captains, ordering them to disrupt enemy supply lines and to pirate provisions needed by the upstart American military. "Washington's Fleet" would capture over fifty British ships, exposing weak points of the Royal Navy and the steel will of the independent-minded ship owners who were probably motivated more by profits of booty and self preservation than doing a patriotic chore. div lv' rf- Q: ',. '.- .nl aiu, L --,. 13.1. '3- X ., Q . -iq . 'X Q-4' 'f --ff fn ,P , x .. - .f 1 .N ,, ...-., ... 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C ommanded by Captain Patrick Fletcher, the Navy transformed the vessel into a warship mainly used in the quasi-war with France to protect American trade routes. Lacking a strong Navy and trying to protect its commerce, the United States reluctantly agreed to pay tribute to the Barbary pirates. ln April 1800, George lf1f21.s'l1i1zglo11 set sail for the lvlediterranean Sea with stores and timber for the Dey ofAlgiers and in September became the first American warship to enter the lvlediterranean. Captain William Bainbridge, however, had to accede to threats and carry the Dey 's presents to the Sultan at Constantinople. He protested vigorously: but in the face of concentrated guns ashore and the threat of retaliation on American shipping he departed on October 20. The ship would return to the Mediterrarieari one more time before being sold by the Philadelphia Navy Agent, George Harrison, in May 1802. The second ship was built in Germany in 1908 and operated for commercial shipping until 1914 when it sought refuge in New York after the outbreak of World War 1. In 1917 America entered World War 1. On September 6, the ship was commissioned for the United States Navy as a troop transport and was placed under ii ' 'Aish .K n -- , 4 f 11 - ,. 'Y X - ' 5' ' , ' 1-ir? et' :Tw bf? Ei' the command of Captain Edward Pollock. Making its initial departure in December, USS George Mrslzifrgton would make eighteen round trips in support of the American Expeditionary Force. One year after its initial voyage to Europe, the ship carried President Woodrow Wilson to the Paris Peace Conference. ln lvlarch 1919 it returned with the president, only to bring him back to France that July. During its brief World War 1 service, the ship transported more than 48,000 passengers to Europe and 34,000 back to the States. The ship was decommissioned in 19191 only to be reacquired by the Navy in 1941 as the transport ship USS Catlin QAP 191. lt did not take long. however, to realize that the ship 's engines were not fast enough to protect itself from German submarines. ln September 1941 , the ship was decommissioned and then given to Britain as part ofthe Lend-Lease Act. rsjbvw The English also found the ship's engine? speed inadequate and retumed the ship toe' America. In the midst of World War ll, the United States Army chartered the ship to serve a familiar role - to transport troops overseas. ln 1943 the ship carried troops from New York to Casablanca. George Vrkrshingion finished the war making several trips to Britain with troops. ln April 1947, the vessel was decommissioned again. This time the reliable and well-traveled troop transport ship was put to rest in Baltimore until it was sold for scrap in 1951. While the first two ships ofthe George Washington name sailed atop open waters. the third vessel did its duty below the sea. USS George lfl'21.s'l1i11gIc1l1 KSSBN 5981 became the first fleet ballistic missile submarine when the vessel was commissioned in 1959. George llrrimlrizzgfozz made monumental history again on .luly 20. 1960 when it 1 USS mlshingfon. a 74-gun slrip-ofllre-line, leaves a Mediterranean portjur New mm in it-ru. y ' 12 rg .,'5.1.,t,.- 4 ll.i:.,:1.,R A: X- , A I , g V J, .2 ,Vg Q A. . V, ,-,T-In .- , A . . V , ff. .: -A "ie, K 1 .- 5 -,' I 4 . .y-5: F: i 3 v Q 1 ,. A 2 ,, .p..., wa s., im .. 9 -Q ,. -g ,, 'fffgl' A -f ' if ...tw H " ,rf-f X f. vyiwggzl g., r J .2-.. , , an -42' ' ' 'f ' .. ' " V ' 4 ' 'HQ , .., ' ' 4 " ,a-Q-eff "'f-are ' N' ,,,.. A t ,, -P' ,, , ' 4 . v.f1Gn.,, 9 - - . f Nam' .- - T 1- .. '--A -' . . -N .,,, H . I ., . L . ,ar ...1 -1.. V .N 1, A in ,vw-. . ,W -F N M V - V F H Q A an v V ,JA . ' """lf -1 A L. Qu ' 'Wu-. ,, 4- Q - I Q. 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Perfectf' commanding officer sent President ln l978, nineteen years after it was commissioned, George MQ1.S'fIfIIgf0lI became the first submarine to match its hull number, 598, in dives. By this time, the submarine had traveled over l0,000 miles. Three years later, the 22-year-old vessel made its 559 and final patrol before heading hack to Bangor. Washington, to be disarmed of its Polaris missiles. ln June, l984. it switched homeports to Bremerton, Washington, where the ship was decommissioned the following year. USS George llfrfzslzilfzgtozz KCVN 732 became the sixth commissioned Nimitz- class aircraft carrier .luly 4, 1992 in a ceremony in Norfolk, Virginia. The l,094 feet, 97,000 ton vessel completed its maiden deployment on May 20. I994. George Wc1.s'l1ingl0n also made deployments in 1996, l998 and 2000, often in support of enforcing no-fly zones over Iraq. il 1' . i' nv ' , 1 P f l 1 M 1 .V A , V r V :V kk,-2 ,, Q 1, 1:v.5,. ,,t1i,k. Yi. ,',, .gif -1 ' T, - ' Q- Tiigfl-1119, f P A V . -. f f 5-1'.'-eff , . , f - . , v - ,A 2 f, jlggfggsv. . jf ff"'fl, 'E 4. , 'lf- .rg ag vw V. - , .JW Q '-I3 1 1--uf we - , f ' . " -s't 2- 'iq Fl QR! . . g .J . t t t , . t . . E . G Q a t 67 fhen USS Geoige Washington KC VN 73 J was commissioned on Independence Day in 1992, the ship became the sixth Nimitz-class carrier to come out of Newport News Shipbuilding. But it didn't happen overnight. In fact, it was nearly ten years before the commissioning when the contract to build GW was signed by Newport News Shipbuilding tNNSJ. An aircraft carrier truly is a city at sea. Building a ship that will eventually be home to 6.000 Sailors takes highly skilled labor and the equipment to operate it. At the time GW was nearing completion, NNS employed roughly 28.000 men and women, many ot' whom helped build CVN 73. GH' officially began construction in 1986 after her keel was laid down within an NNS dry dock slip. To provide the muscle for moving around the large sections of GW. the shipyard used powerful 900-ton capacity cranes. But construction was hardly all brawn. Employing computers to map and organize, George Mfizslziiigfoiz was made at the shipyard with modular construction. This method allowed yard employees to design and use the cranes to place large sections onto GW's hull. Since building upward, each modular section was laid next to another where piping, wiring, ventilation and interior equipment .- r .l' if V 1 dv I ',a ff' .7 f" , ..nj 4,--'N ff -f' , '. ,. ,. ' .,-' fi 'J I .f ' B997-' became easy to install for shipyard wo rk ers. Using the computer-aided design and manul'acturing tCADAM7 system, NNS employees designed the majority of Gltlfk interior from a computer program instead ot' a drawing board. That design equipment allowed CADAM to send specitic information to pipe, sheet metal and machine shop equipment. Upon command, the machines manufactured the exact number of ship pieces every time, precisely cutting and placing pieces which were eventually laid into a hull that after some welding and riveting began to assume the inward appearance of the ship GW Sailors see each day. By the ship's christening in July 1990, GW was complete with 2,000 telephones, 30,000 light fixtures, 600,000 pens and the ship was capable of serving 18,150 meals and producing 400,000 gallons of water daily. On July 4, 1992, after 40 million man hours and nearly six years of team work were expended, the United celebrated the birth -of anation recognizing the dawn of it Carrier." V A .4-v"""""' l Vwff iIdin9 V T ., A K -- f--- if7-w-wrv-,-- s F 'vlfffry C9041 bless Zim aarga Cwvaflzinglan and all Wim :ml in har and all who ly ram har deck ie! fha aorga CV69ar.vlz1n9'Iar1 proclaim Amerzaa' f aammzlmeni to ramazn araver ree USS George Claloslliugtou Olliiisteuiaq .Address ffn nont of l0,000 witnesses, USS George lI41.s'l11'11gm11 was christened by First Lady Barbara Bush on .luly Zl, 1990 at Newport News Shipbuilding. Guests included President George Bush, Secretary of Defense Richard Cheney, Secretary ofthe Navy H. Lawrence Garrett, Senator .lohn Warner and many other prominent political figures. me Irhmnnb imma-Bispatrh ' if TESTDRIVE.Crewmembersofihecan'ierGeorgeWashingtonsaythepacewiIIpickupwhenmoreihan80planesmaketheirwaytotheship. Crew takes it 'bab 3 for a 3-day test BY MICHAEL STOWE TIMES-DISPATCH STAFF WRITER ABOARD THE GEORGE WASHINGTON - All was quiet aboard the carrier George Washington yesterday as the 97,000-ton war machine cruised toward Norfolk Na- val Base and the end of its three-day test run. The 2,800 crew members walked through training exercises, chatted with co-workers and enjoyed a sunny day on the ship's flight deck. It was a relaxed atmosphere, to say the least. "We are just taking our baby out for a test mn, just like a new car," said Capt. Mal Branch, executive officer of the ship. All that will change july 20, however, when more than 80 airplanes make a roaring arrival on the deck of the 33.5 billion vessel. "It's going to be hectic -- a lot louder and a much higher pace," said Mark Persutti, who will oversee operations on the flight deck. Among the planes that will be taking off and landing on the 4.5-acre fiight deck are FKA-18C Hornets, F-14B Tomcats, E-2C Hawkeyes, S-3B Vikings and A-6E Intruders. Persutti and other crew mem- bers are anxiously awaiting the arrival of the planes. ' "Commissioning is fun, but it's a pain 111 -the butt," Persutti said. "Our biggest pride is when we are actually opera- tional." With sweat trickling down his face as he cleaned the threads of a jet blast deflector, Patrick Beckley agreed. Once we get some planes in here, then things will get moving," said Beck- ley, who works in the ship's launch and recovery section. "I can't wait, that's what we live and die for." Although he was 20 feet away, Donald Long heard his co-worker talking and couldn't contain his enthusiasm. "july 20, that's the day, baby," he yelled. "Sleep is going to be nil, but it'll be worth it." Once the carrier is operational, flight deck personnel will work about 20 hours a day, said Lt. Jeff Gradeck, public affairs officer for the ship. The Navy's sixth Nimitz-class carrier formally was delivered Monday by the Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co. The ship will remain in the Norfolk port until its commissioning July 4. About 20,000 people are expected to attend the ceremony. . The nuclear-powered carrier, which can travel more than 1 million miles before refueling, is different in several ways from other Nimitz-class ships. Instead of using traditional "Navy green" colors, its rafters and passage- ways are painted shiny white. "We feel that it opens up space and gives a feeling of a larger room," said Capt. Robert M. Nutwell, the ship's com- mander. The Navy's largest warship is 244 feet high - the equivalent of a 24-story building. The vessel can travel at more than 45 mph and its air-conditioning plant can cool the equivalent of 2,000 homes. Each of its two anchors weighs 30 tons, and the ship has more than 1,000 telephones. 'x 'I "Hf2J"T: ,gg -lift X,-g't:'3fT'f Rfb? -' 'Lf :ire . gvi."f-Il if .E - ,f.3,'-.gg-,','r , ,gygxgg .Va s BIG SHIP. The Navy's sixth Nimflz-class carrier cost 53.5 bllllon and was deliv- ered this week by Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co. 4 5 gy, 10- Q, -lx s1u,"Q . inline-r can X , I ' ' Q-4 1. 5 , H , rg ks, ,, .."9Q'4 " 8. 'C' ,--il .pf N1 4 f' -I .. , W ,.,,.. , Mn-9. -: I Y- M U mf- --1.11.-anun-a-w..nq15E'5? , '1'-W "' ' vw- ...Slal- -..x ,... - .... sw---.fd , V 35.--- :QT V-W4 ah, A F.- , .4-n.. ..., 5.1:-...Z ,-ff" .,,,,a"" wb.. 'BM mir. 'xx , -5. mug,-a' .Lvvw-Q.. VA , 1 Q' , ,., . - kg, un- .HV 4.-.H J, . "va-ff angui- --W -v 1' """q as nj' n Independence Day. 1992, over 622,000 watched USS George Washington ICVN 735 become the fourth ofits namesake and sixth Niinitz- elass carrier commissioned into the United States Navy "'. Heading the list ol' dignitaries was Gllns sponsor. First Lady Barhara Bush. Also present were Secretary ol Defense Dick Cheney, Senator Charles Rohh and Chiel' ol Naval Operations. Admiral lfranlx B. Kelso ll. George Xlasliingtoirs first eoinmanding olliieer. Captain Rohert M. Nutxvell said. "We are proud to he entrusted with a ship hearing the name ot the greatest AXnieriean in history. 'lihanlt you lorkioining us to eelehrate the eoniniissioning ollthis great ship." " 'A' 1 . el' if ' n ,.':v- f fu .- -p ul' , , itil JI Q: aj fd if D X Q Q QI Oi-in profile erica's first presidegnt, a band of thirteen stars representing the original colo- nies and the crossed flags of free- dom, all encircled by an unbroken rope representing the solidarity of the crew. The shipis motto, the "Spirit of Freedom," was used by George Washington in a letter to a fellow patriot during the Revolution to de- scribe the mood of the people. 4 l I , , 1 ."-:j'l5:gg'.i .,,g.i!?,, , Ui- : ',.- bag . .. .fglil-:,,,-..,i ,Qu v 7, ,. 1. iff' " Type of Vessel: Nuclear-powered aircraft carrier Builder: Newport News Shipbuilding Company Contract Date: December 27, 1982 Keel Laid: August 25, 1986 Christened luly 21 1990 Commissioned July 4 1992 Propulsion Two nuclear reactors that permit the ship to steam for almost 18 years before refuelm Speed More than 30 knots Length of the Flight Deck 1 2 feet Width of F light Deck 257 fiesta' Height fkeel to mastj 244 F6El"""" Flight Deck area 4 5 acres Combat Load Dlsplacemenb' 97 000 tons Number of aircraffwlth embarked Alrwing about 75 Aircraft Elevators? 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Many departments sent their Sailorsefor temporary assignment at "C" schools and other training courses. But the incremental period wasn't all work. Morale, Welfare and Recreation organized several notable events that offered some good entertainment for G W's Sailors. Seven-hundred Sailors and their loved ones attended the Valentine's, Day Celebration at the Virginia Marine Science Museum February 23. The MWR committee spent over 550,000 to provide an interesting evening with a backdrop that included 800,000 gallons of aquariums, more than 300 exhibits and Virginia's only three- match while others took- seeizrigiw couldtget the mostiair in the nsgijiiigflini competition. I A On May 8, Harbor Park hosted the G ' ' crew and family for a picnic in the outtieli Sailors and their loved ones enjoyed grille? i I if: hamburgers and hot dogs before the start of a Norfolk Tides baseball game. GW Sailors also spent their off hours' giving back. Over the weekend of March 9 our shipmates helped raise roughly 51,600 for the Hampton Roads Volunteer Center by helping out at the circus. The Sailors stayed busy serving popcorn, soft drinks and nachos to some ofthe 40,000 who attended the Ringling Brothers and l l 4 I X 'S ,H ,, , Bamum and Bailey Circus at the Hampton Roads Coliseum that weekend. ln June, twenty-two Sailors donned gloves and carried large burlap sacks duiing the "Clean the Bay Day" at Seottls Creek in Portsmouth. The Sailors rode in canoes and stood on the ereek's shoreline picking up everything from paper cups to glass doors. 'glt was amazing. the progress we made," said HMI CSWXAWJ Renee Thompson. 5. l l r l l Y 3 ,. V-MN-wu,,p,,,. -MANAMQ 1 X 4 V ,1VA V x . im.. uwif.. -5 N V, A 1 :V A , 31, ' 3 n 'E A -W ...W 'A' Mr Ea if 1' 'N' -f .5 1 - A 3' ' - z N A 1 5 Q 5 ' ? ' 1 g i 5 i - 1 2 -N 1 ' ! A as M 3 ,.., .ff "' "jig 1' Y V i 1 xxx I . L, A i A li , H iq ,YAV ffm , Mji,1 W . ,R . 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'S K -,Ai 4. 5 5 , ' 'n v rv 4 ., Lt .ff A V, ,Q 4 WHS H Stal' four flag officers attended the' formtals presentation ofthe 2000 Admiral James H. Flatley Memorial Award and the 2000 Battenberg Cup for Combat Readiness recognizing the dedication and sacrifice of GW's men and women. For the second time in the ship's nine- year history, USS George Washington has been awarded the Battenberg Cup. Established in l904, the Battenberg Cup was originally awarded to the winner of rowing competitions. The award was discontinued during World War ll, but reemerged in l978 with new criteria. Now it is presented annually to the Atlantic Fleet Battle "E" award winner, ship or submarine, with the greatest accumulation of crew achievements during the calendar year. Along with the Battenberg Cup. the crew also accepted the Flatley award for having the best aviation safety record among aircraft carriers Navy wide. Presenting the Battenberg Cup was Admiral Robert J. Natter. Commander in Chief. US. Atlantic Fleet, and presenting the Admiral James H. Flatley award was Rear Admiral tRet.J James H. Flatley III and Mrs. Kara Flatley Brophy. son and granddaughter ofthe awards namesake. "The most significant thing that we accomplished was the fact that George M'2l.S'flI'I1gf0lI and fCCll'l'l'L'lf Air Wing SE VENTEEN as a team was able to answer our entire Navy's tasking including combat operations, combat strikes," said Captain Bill McCarthy, the ship's Commanding Officer. "We were able to accomplish that safely and executed it professionally. That really captures what we did, and I think that is why we were fortunate to receive this recognition." an 1 3' 10 y de1ight'Septenrbe-r 6,t2oo1,..wne1g Q tile f , ,vi "Tj eozge Ilrzslringron is the best ai rerall carrier in the Atlantic Fleet, and you should be awfully proud." Vice Admiral .loseph Mobley, Commander, Naval Air Force U.S. Atlantic Fleet, told the USS George llf21sl11'ngf01i KCVN 731 crew April 2, 2001 in the ships hangar bay. as he presented the captain and crew with the Atlantic Fleet's Battle"E"award for calendar year 2000. lt is the fourth time since its maiden deployment in 1994 that George ll'2!.S'lIfl1gfOlZ has won the award, given annually to units considered the best in overall battle readiness as determined through combat and training evaluations. Officials whojudge the annual award cycle consider everything from fuel consumption averages and equipment repair statistics to medical preparedness in assessing a ships overall battle efficiency. Along with the overall award, GW earned I0 of ll departmental citations: Air, Aviation Intermediate lvlaintenance, Combat Systems, Damage Control. Deck. Medical, Navigation, Operations, Supply and Weapons. During the 2000 deployment, GW supported Operation SOUTHERN WATCH with air combat missions over the no-fly zone in Iraq, and the battle groups maritime interception operations in the Arabian Gulf throughout the Gulfls steamy summer. In the Mediterranean, the ship participated in Operation DESTINED GLORY, NATO's largest maritime exercise since the end ofthe Cold War. Mobley also recognized the outstanding efforts ofthe crew who spent I1QQQg.nirte,months at sea during 2000 but H -A .7 f rs. fi' ' ' . is-filtlfif still boasted an overall retention rate of just over 71 percent- 65 percent 'tor eligible tirst-termers. "IThe awardl is the result ofmany, many months ofhard work." he said. "lt's the result ofa lot ofpeople, you all doing your-iob on a day-in day-out basis, Doing the things nobody 's even looking at. nobody's watching over your shoulder to make sure that you 're doing them correctly, to make sure you're doing them above and beyond the call of duty. I salute you." GW's Commanding Officer. Capt. Bill McCarthy commented that the Battle is an award that all crewmembers can wear with pride. "We're not in the business oftrying to win awards: we do our nations business. Thats what we set out to do. and we set out to do it better than anyone else. l'm very proud ofthe crew." ir , , ..3:,.,. qu, Y-, -- - J .gyi gy If -'ffflh' 515' ,Y A A l X ' -'N Q ' P1 .. f . if 1 z., . ,.i..', Q. . .. ,A K , . . ,I . ,. :- rv 4. .hs e-E", - 5 -1 ' Q -1 'LJ v ' , - ,f J' , -iff , ,J ' K - .. U ,V 'A ' 'av 54. fu, :- -A-UH53' up .Y c ' ,JJ ' ' .. L-.2 'T 5" ,H .-' -- t.: ,iv Y . J i f - . ri " A , ' 'fb rn". -, . .,-igg' , . 1 'ij11t,:5:'f', f.: , ' if b. . Yi. Q' I 4 "3 -QQUE' 1.4. , 1 "U 6 fy' . 'fff' -r- . .. J 1. S f ' N, fu ' I 'Q L, f , ,M -, -.. .sk 4 ! ,W f i ! '1 4 , l os. nun la alll! v gn fl ,, ' . lv 1 vp It Q v s .-Fl' s ' u Q W l I 1 ," . L . ,Q s , .f,A 4 K-4. f s. 4: i IE. N , 1 ...I '-' 1',.l 4. ",'w- oi '2. 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Virginia Capes area when the terrorist dealt with the unique nightmare. Our men bei! ings, but zlzey eennet Zezzelz gsgzhe news hit hard and touched J our inner souls. America the beautiful. the leader of freedom and liberty. had been hit by terrorists. In New York, the World Trade Center towers were toppled by two hijacked commercial airliners. Minutes later in the nation's capital, a section of the Pentagon, the symbol of America's military might, collapsed under another airliner attack. The Navy was quickly mobilized. USS George Iflfkzslzingron was at sea in the strikes occurred. Soon after she was diverted north, George H"t15'1Ifl7gflIlI steamed off the coastline ofNew York providing air defense to the city while awaiting any additional tasking from the North American Aerospace Defense Command tNORADt. A New York skyline engulfed by smoke was forever ingrained in G W Sailors' memories. lt may have been impossible for them to express all they were feeling as they and women come from all parts ofthe country and even different places in the world. Each was affected in their own way. The George I'WlS17fI7glOI? family has mothers in Pittsburgh, cousins in Kuwait and 'friends in New York. So even though some Sailors knew their lives would continue in the wake ofthe catastrophe. for some ofour shipmates, September l l was especially long. For AKAN Shaun Chuman, temporarily -.,,...- .4-f"""-I'-T "T" X, 1 .-IH umnml ilu' ship, r'1't'ii'l11el111vcr.x AQflll1c'1't'tl ilftllllltl TVX as Hit' fl't1ur'rl1t'v inlfulifuff, --in-W-A A ------""" assigned to the chiefs mess, the day began like most others. Awake by 5:30 a.m.fand in the Chief 's Mess by 6 a.m., the moming was buzzing along for the 23-year-old when he heard some disheartening news shortly before 9 a.m. "After hearing the 767 crashed into the south tower of the World Trade Center, I was stunned but only thought it was an accident," the New York native said. "But when I watched the second plane crash into the other tower, I knew it was a terrorist attack." While the event had the attention of everyone in the mess, Chuman was especially interested in what was unfolding before his eyes. His father Ricky, a plastics maker, operated his business from a shop only two blocks away from the smoldering giants. After watching the second plane collide with the tower, Chuman experienced waves of 'ilust the thought of losing my dad was devastatingf' Chuman said. 6'He's not just my father, he's my best friend. He told me a while back that there was going to be a time when he wouldn't be here and that lid have to keep going, but I wasn't ready to deal with him leaving us on that day." Luckily, Chuman didnit have to wait long. After a restless night's sleep, he got word his father was safe the next morning. "My father spent the night in an automobile because he couldnit get out ofthe area. He said it was like Christmas in New York with all the ash and dust on the groundf' N'-N. ...-""f 4. -f va - .AS -V 03,3 --L vw. - V' . A E A .' K: ff .., - f .3 - .. - nv . ' - ,. k . I F , . f . . ,. , 1 . A .. - ,, , ., v . '- S ll n W' 0 N . . . ' wg , ,. , .u-.-nk, ,lffa-5 K , ""' .. F' sv X .5 .D H ' 1. .. -.,, my A , - .., ' - , . . ,,.,,...,........ ,. ., . V ' 5 ' 'U'--2-if ,, u -np.-S -Q . Y, A, , su- ' Y s gf n- . ' s - ' ' fl Uh I V 1 I Q 3 1 1- ' """"' """ " " 'L' 's.tg:..'.:.ux-.:,1., ......x..m.-04- -- ' -' .Ninn ' , IA. f, It Q'-1,- nl1- 9 .-' I r' W- '-sum... JL.-uf' . .Q ,. ""' t"t"' 1' "t ' fu! 1,-K , -f.r1"i 1 11 Il r I llc I1 mulufilmig llzu smuku-wzgirllvzl ,s'liji'l111u of New lurk When news was recieved about the Pittsburg crash at 9:40 a.'m., more lives were affected throughout the ship. OA Divisions AG3 Josh Slagy, a 20-year-old from the Pittsburgh suburb, Mclieesport, was distraught upon hearing of another plane crash - this one uncomfortably close. "My mother works in the USX Tower, which is Pittsburgh's equivalent of the Twin Towers," Slagy said. "I didn't know what to expect." As USS George Washington began receiving coverage on channels such as CNN, NBC and many other prominent news agencies, letters of appreciation came pouring in from throughout the States. Thomas M. Mulry said, "As a New ftbou. TUCIIKGI 401011 Ofhcu LC' DR D1 an ll :mu A iv lhv air um! ,vurfacu 511411,-0 wmmd ,vpw Mrk C--ml A1"'AA ' 4 . + t i v a r a v f r C y r i r in et atmosphere was solemn in the their lull-time medical professions in New gatheredfiini the hand f i "In the wake f' ' "o,' bay the morning of Uetober York. All four reservists, still recovering of the terrorist attack York City at, Navy reservists on hoard from the tragic loss of co-workers, close the World Trade C6lifCf'iQ!1C Hgfif Washington to complete their friends and family, walked off the carrier today. a feeling of those, weeks active duty and less than two the next day and returned to those lives. But of us involved in the weeks removed from the devastation that before they did, HM2 Ed Keenan, a New security was the presence remained from what used to be the World York City Fire Department paramedic and Washington on station standing C Trade Center, made a special presentation his three friends, wanted to present the ship while we continued the rescue ieffoftg ainonth after the September l l terrorist with a flag that flew over the USSArizona that end we all felt that it should ii attack on America. Memorial and just prior to them arriving and no other ship that should claim a flag For two weeks the four reserve eoipsmen, aboard flew at "Ground Zero" above what from that site. So Captain McCarthy, we all attached to the same Marine detachment remained ofthe World Trade Center. give you ours." in Garden City, NY., gratefully used GW During the presentation. Keenan made as a refuge from the reality that surrounded some heartfelt remarks to the crew that had fr 4 .ie .gk 1 U Hn. X JW, . aE?!. 11 I n s li i -W W. .- A' ll ai E " ES' 4 1 , . N .1 Q 4 ., Q cj' " 1fNfk N 7' X -9 a X 1 if f M 'QT ,Nl Z 6 N"-. X x 'X-1 D 'A .4l"' ,X if .. Rik JF K X :F 9 i txvm - gsqfvavpy 77, .2-ge ,Norfolk Naval shipyard. . ?f-IFJ! J 5 2 vigil' fftiia been more than half a year efsii-re S GL't'll'gL' ll21.s'l11'11glr1n had y y sailed. Finally. V 31. zooi ou' began flsea trials, a four- se that tested all the new equipment the' 13 received during the planned incrernental availability at Qver thenext eleven months, G ll ' would mdnths of training and testing ischeduled Six-month deployment in ,gk-. --. f V te whether the ship would be ready f. 5 1591534 5 ' Q7 n 13251 , H l-.rt l ,,. E l s Q iii I' 'Milf E731 s if? at . .,.,. mer of 2002. ship was in the midst of carrier qualifications off the Virginia Capes in the Atlantic Ocean when the events of September l I unfolded. From September 12 to September 15, the carrier provided air support for New York in coordination with the North American Aerospace Defense Command. After passing its qualifications, the carrier began the Inter-Deployment Training Cycle. From November2 to November 20, GW took part in the first combined training event of the IDTC known as the Tailored Ship's Training Availability, or TSTA. The TSTA is conducted in two phases. The first phase consists oftwo weeks at the pier, conducting numerous damage control, communications. medical, and other drills. The next phase consists of two weeks of underway training. This underway period combines both flight operations for the air wing and shipboard drills, including general quarters, damage control, man overboard and fire drills. Upon completion of TSTA IXII, GW was deemed proficient in all mission areas. From November 29 through Feburaty 15, America S C arrier participated in six more weeks ofcarrier qualifications, splitting our time between the sea and our loved ones in Norfolk. During this time, the ship took on ammunition, ran more medical and damage control drills and was the centerpiece during a battle group sail for two weeks in February. is 52 ' 'Y 'll' "ip - ,.......-.v,...--tn... ,...-.... 'gunna ..-an .ABN ,,,,,,, g , ,T ..- ' --,-, W .....-. . , W0 gf.. , .. ., ,,... ' - A -- ' "' ' g.J.' 1nu-Q...tL.- V -t -35 - -M-4.:vf ' V, .Wg A Q..aj,'Q1" 'g , ,,l'.:aBf.. , ...4, l ff"""" g fM-, pu--, V' Z.- , ,,- ,fp - . -ww ..A-M, .,.. ""' K "" - ' My - -r.. A4 .- .- ,l.2, ..--itll' A 1 5' A 'F U QQ: 5' ' ,.rdf'3:f'Z: .vfffix-fs, ' -i 'Wk' 7' l qv if T, he USS George l'l'ilSfII'lIgf0II rjiostcd its annual holiday celebration at the Waterside Marriott in downtown Norfolk on January 25. 2002. The theme was "lust One Night" and for S5. S l 0, and S l 5 respectively, blue jackets, chief petty officers. and officers brought their friends and families out lor a night ofgreat food. music. dancing. generous prize giveaways and even a chance to roll the dice in a simulated casino. Vlaking the night an even bigger attraction was the fact that the Marriott provided rooms to George lltishiiigtoiz Sailors at a reduced rate and provided on-site childcare. Morale Welfare and Recreation spent 545,000 on the party, attended by more than l.l00 Sailors and their guests. MWR representative ABEI Terry Williams said the event gave the crew a chance to unwind, come together, and get to know each other before the underway period. "We wanted to give people a night to remember belore we begin our work-ups and are underway." Williams said. "This promotes camaraderie and unity within the crew." That camaraderie was evident throughout the night. Whether it was at the dinner table or out on the dance tloor. the event seemed to transcend rank and rate. Officers and enlisted gathered and socialized in a setting that truly personitied the Navy value of "team" "For the amount of people we had it was extremely well donej' said then YN 1 QSWJ Stacey Gosnelllg "It was nice to meet spouses and actually learn ICO-workersj first names." The Norfolk- based band Hut Hint-ant shut down the party around midnight when they donned their Wlluge People garb and finished their final Set with "YMCA." Many parents brought their children .. a. Y' I down tobioin in. lt was at moment that saw individual families having lun and sharing time with their Navy family. "We needed it," said PHAN Matthew Keane about the show of unity, 'land we needed people to see us there and know that we can work together, pull together. and have fun together." 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'ferns P l J. as Q! l gat era ta otjet 5 E 'ITICT ' he USS George Pibsltinglolz .fck Department weathers high -xtreme conditions to refueljtlie sea. Participating in Operation Freedom, the need for JP-5 jet Deck Department a priceless "ing the 2002 Mediterranean! iulf deployment.. 'Q Departments 97 Sailors are l into two divisions. During replenishineiits, First Division re responsible for manning the line, refueling station cargosstations 7 and Q. hSecond V by side with the boatswain's mates. the purple shinedjet fuel experts of V-4 step in to regulate fuel pressures and measure how much fuel is pumped aboard. Connecting a hi gh-line to the other ship, cargo stations bring over pallets of everything the ship needs to sustain itself at sea. Anything from food tojet parts are received on station. G W's DeckiDepartmcnt not only receives fuel, but theyfalgo fuel other ships at sea. When refueling another ship, First Division tends the phone and distance line and Second Division mans fueling station 2 l. fr " room for error. butrif an accident happens. every station has a corpsman and safety observer standing by to, keegtz those participating in the evolution out ofharnfs Way' , , Stgsiri V1 ,- .. ' Lines and hosesgare everywhere .,.,.. it look like mass confusion, but it is actually a well-orchestrated.evolution GW's Deck Department, V-4. and corpsman come together to perform on a regular basis keeping the ship fueled up and well- ew supplied. H or g r.-f ...... Sailiorsman retixeling stations l I, argo stationsf.l7 and 19. -k Department safely brings an of 800,000 to l.000,000 gallons l per replenishment. Working side ! 1 A. Jig f Hi. . , . D This enables G Wto refuel ships in the battle group ifthe need arises. On the bridge, the master helmsman's steady hand keeps the ship within 300 feet of a disastrous collision. There is little J . ifi."Q7iL , .. 5 ' ' V' t .V1-:Sr-i'.1QPf-1:32214 ' lk-aa 1 X -1' 3- ,1510 I me 2. U' 'E , .g I I V, : 1,1:,.,, Q, f V X. . . ,Z I, fi lff:.LEM-:vu K, i . , Hill! J! Tie v 9 K1 1 ' 7" he USS George Wbshingroig Week Department weathers high S335 1 Ca rr? Q-Ent .. v jx Hts. ei i ur S11 1.i at .ne -iD if A. HN ... lib i .,.,x llit. ? 5 l i ick Department safety brings an - extreme conditiorwsto refgggtliie -i sea. Participating in Operation Freedom, theneed for Jia-5 jet tie Deck Department a priceless mfrig the 2002 Mediterranean! t Gulf.dep1QymCl1l-- fDepartinent's 97 Sailors are .gdigro two divisions. During First Divisiont aifetiksponsiblle for manning the refueling station d. tii5iris 7 and 9, ,jgecondj 1 refueling stations l 1, . fr,-..3:x,., xg- cargo and 19. f of 800,000 to 1.000.000 gallons zel per replenishment. Working side by side with the boatswain's mates, the purple shirted jet fuel experts ofV-4 step in to regulate fuel pressures and measure how rriuch fuel is pumped aboard. Connecting a high-line to the other ship, cargo stations bring over pallets of everything the ship needs to sustain itself at sea. Anything from food to jet parts are received on station. G Wis DeCkiDepartment not only receives fuel, but theyfaho fuel other ships at sea. When refueling another ship, First Division tends the phone and distance line and Second Division mans fueling station 21. Qfhis enables G Wto refuel shirfs in the battle group if the need arises. fi On the bridge, the master helmsman's steady hand keeps the ship within 300 feet of a disastrous collision. 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"lf lv- lu., " ' El L fi 1 'GY 5 ' .L it mi 51125 1 YQ' 'Hs' Ming lf ii .,..., . 4 ' F' "5" A X an C+. --M- 'f ,al '4-v.,,,,, 55 A- s I -1 .27 iq-ll lt - -,, !,n lv.. .P 5 eg 1' F--f . 4 li 32 P SS George Washington Sailors enjoyed a respite from a busy underway schedule to celebrate America's biggest unofficial holiday by turning the ships hangar bay into a giant party zone Feb. 3, 2002. The party came complete with stage, bleachers, movie screens, cheerleaders. music. choreography, fog machines, video games, contests, prizes, plenty olifood, two football legends, even stadium atmosphere. ltr short, there was everything a red- blooded, patriotic American football fan could want, including a Patriots' victory. All that was left out were ticket scalpers and a blimp. Still, courtesy of student pilots and the Air Department, there were more fly-overs than any Super Bowl in history. This is the biggest Super Bowl party in the world right here," raved DC2 Guy Cribbs. True or not. GW's Supply Department was at its best. "l'm impressed," said 23-year-old Erin Pauling, one ofthe Washington Redskin cheerleaders who came aboard to help entertain the crew. "lt's a very fun, upbeat atmosphere. l didnt expect this much." Former New England Patriots offensive lineman and Pro Football Hall of Famer, John Hannah, joined former Cincinnati Bengals Pro Bowl running back, Ickey Woods and six Washington Redskin Cheerleaders. The group signed autographs, posed lor photographs and mingled with the crew. By halltime the score was l4-3 in favor ofthe Patriots, During the halltime show, the cheerleaders dressed in patriotic red. white and blue uniforms and danced to a medley ot' patriotic pop tunes. including .lames Brown's "Living in America," Bruce Springsteerr's "Born in the USA." Enjoying the Super Bowl troni aboard "fl1t1e1'ic'r1fs' Cczrritlf' on a night when the Patriots won their first ever' NFL title in a miraculous finish proved fun and moving and gave the command the opportunity to show their appreciation for the crew. . fi 1 Ily- lv ai '. sl :.- f' '- Y- ggi .V 3 ,qbq ., , 1 ' . I ' a , PQ . .,'Z , krir Q. ,Ai X gs fi , ,HX x Jaxx Wx . ,B i ---L" Qi.n.m:.1: E11 1 . x --' -- A'-' la .1 .' lm' ps' l?, ,q-W 'v-lv, 4f' Q CQMPCSI lit THAININGQ F' , , -i -gn? - T5 .5 Ez , pn! V . 3, 41. P 'D J 11-S- Q lf, Q""" , 1- -,Z 'Qfltup , gn-- i ak K K ,pk .1 , X 4' X 1 v no J. i ,fx 2 zhak af Ps. 4? 1f ti March 22, 2002. GW headed out lr tor six weeks of llight operations, dui: x control drills and coordinated with the i ofthe George Washington Battle tin to take part in a rehearsal called Lili site Training Unit Exercise and later the int Task Force Exercise before f der ,ig tor thc six-month deployment. it it 1' the previous several months. GW i antr 'craft from Carrier Air Wing l7 had ftuui ' in their specialties. COM PTU EX hrot 1t the ships together to project lbrce .411 L15 1 intca ' desc I 'ltlllc' he p f wrcrct force lbui he ot nultip trilxc .-UCCCA S fl' V5 :E , ' ntle group. COMPTUEX is an -diate-level battle group exercise -tl to forge the hattlc group into a lighting team ee a critical step in ,leployment training cycle and a site lor the hattle group's .loint Task crcise. ,1 thc exercise. Cilll Cl 'll' I7 and v hattle group ships trained in nission areas. including overland ind anti-air engagements. ,tlly completing the COMPTU certifies the carrier and its air wing as qualilied for open ocean operations. As usual, ."lHIC'l'fC'CI fx' C'a11'1'ie1' rose to the occasion. By the time GW pulled into the Caribbean island ol' St. Thomas in late April. Sailors were ready to relax and enjoy every ounce oftheir hard-earned liberty. 'X htm V: l I Q. . V 5 use if 1? . is + ,xx F f J p F I v i'li,r?' 'l ritual if " GL- er more than 2 l!2years as the P V A skipperof The SpirirQf'Fr'eedon1, Capt. Bill McCarthy relinquished his bridge chair to his friend and shipmate of the last 20 years. Capt. Martin J. Erdossy, during a change-of- command ceremony on USS George Ifwzshington fs flight deck April 8. 2001. The ceremony included Rear Adm. Joseph A. Sestak Jr., GW Battle Group commander and MCC arthy's predecessor, Rear Adm. Lindell G. Rutherford, Commander, Carrier Group FOUR and Carrier Striking Force. GW was undergoing final deployment qualifications off the coast of Puerto Rico. With the crew standing in ranks around him, McCarthy bid farewell and thanked the crew for the memories he takes ashore. L'l've enjoyed every single day on board George Vlizslzinglon, but two days stand out for mei, said McCarthy in a slow, emotional delivery. 'Not because of enjoyment, but because fyoul so very much impressed me with what you all have donef' The two days McCarthy spoke of were tragic, but both times GW Sailors responded with dignity and professionalism. f'One was the Gulf Air crash in Bahrain. The courage and heroism that you that night and the care you you didn't know and had McCarthy about 36 me rs. ymr 1- - the people ofthe United States that their Navy was there to defendtheine e- kfe - lcould not have been more proud otyou. You've made a difterence. not only to our Navy but to the whole world." Capt. Erdossy received his commission in August 1978. As an E-2C Hawkeye pilot, he has logged more than 5,500 flight hours and has completed over 500 arrested landings. 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Wh- M 1, ,. ,-, Mpaxs,-A , ...N ... -. ,Him -""4' ,-., . , --4 A ' ' 1' 1. k'H,' , MV.. - it -, ,, 2 .n-'fi 1eV"""' "" """ ' ' Su.-. - ""'M-- " ' . ' " " A' 'fgi-'-fx i1"'wf'-IQ-..Aff JT" M' , A 'Y if 'C ' ' 5 , un, sand and sightseeing, opportunities greeted about 5,000 Sailors aboard USS George Washington April 22, 2002 as GW's boatswain's mates dropped anchor off the coast of the beautiful 32-square mile island paradise of St. Thomas. After spending four weeks at sea conducting pre-deployment exercises, Sailors found plenty to do thanks to eleven tours and entertainment packages drawn up by GW's Morale, Welfare and Recreation division. From snorkeling and deep sea fishing trips to a land safari on the nearby island of St. John, there were tours to accommodate everyone. 'This is one ofthe best tours M WR had to offer because it was extremely affordable and interesting" said AlMD's ABF l CAWB Craig Ashford. HI enjoyed our tour guide because he took the time to relate to his guests." Ashford and his shipmates learned a little history and some island legends while soaking up the rays and visiting Bluebeard's Castle. Magen's Bay and Paradise Point. MWR's Fun Boss said l, 173 Sailors purchased tickets - selling out most tours - and had "good feedback" about them. 4'People have stopped me in the lpassagewaysj and said fthe toursl were really good and they were taken care of very well lby their guidesl. For some. spending three hours of their liberty back on the ocean was a great opportunity because this time they could jump in and investigate a new world most had only seen in pictures. Clustered in groups of about 20, more than 200 Sailors donned facemasks, Snorkels and flippers and plunged into places like Turtle Cove's 82-degree water to see a colorful collection of coral, fish, eels, sea urchins and endangered sea turtles - all a mere I5 feet beneath the surface. 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The GWvolunteers 5 painted the inside of the congregational building and the hallways and pillars in the youth center They also helped stucco the outside of a storage facility swa- Though the Sailors knew they were dorng something posrtrve for the rsland hosting them they may not have known exactly how much their contributions were apprecrated Having vour S rrlors volunteer rs tl vtay to help provide tor our community s rrd Rev Adelle Brown president and p rstor of the mrnrstry Your ellor ts were delrnrtely ftppreer tttd rn the area ot the potkttbook Your shrp rs the best group we h rvt hosted Fveryone w ts very . lr rtndly and hard workrng The mrnrstry ind the people we serve ut so thankful YJ! As Ur rteitrl rs the Chrrstr rn mrnrstry wrs GW Sttrlors were tqtr rlly rs ple tscdvvrth the opporttrnrty to help rcommtrnrty It wrs nrte bet ruse the people here are rwesome sard AK3 f IPL L 3 al . 9 K . I 1 I . W . . i 2 u w ,I . :- , ' lk! I V , S 3 , f r . . C J 5 ' . U . . I I . I. 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This exercise requires US. Naval and olten. Allied liorces. to integrate all assets to accomplish missions in a multi- threat. multi-dimensional environment. Throughout the exercise. Navy and Marine commanders must analyze mission requirements. prioritize and allocate assets. respond to constant changes in the exercise scenario. and orchestrate a coordinated response to crises similar to those they will lace when deployed. ln addition to the comhat prowess ol his forces. the Battle Group Commander and the warfare commanders are evaluated on their ability to accurately analyze and assess the tactical situation. assimilate new information and el'l'ectively allocate resources that are ready to light. They are tested on overall mission accomplishment. interoperahility, response to emergent tasking and force protection. By the time GWpulled back into Norfolk on May 7, the carrier had successfully accomplished all these areas of readiness. With less than two months to prepare for "the big day? GW Sailors spent as many precious moments with their loved ones as they could. -w-Pair -P I '9- -. ,i ,i h ,Av . -we .4 51' 3353, T a 1 'hs E 3 T i 1 Ti' I i X I 5.22 ,.,,. ,i,,.. ' Y any I HEY! 1 ,.. ,,,,,,. : fr" --f If 1? f r i Jim Qi", AV ,- If ? D19- 1 Ah I I I U 4,1 1 ,, 'IW A. 5.4 , r N1a i 5 'J n September l l. 2001. four Q hijacked commercial airliners crashed into American symbols ol' power. causing havoc and pain across the nation. While volunteers pulled their fellow citizens from mounds oftwisted metal. USS George Washington and its crew stood guard outside New York harbor protecting the city against further harm. Nine months later, on June 20. 2002, the crew set off on a six-month deployment with the memory of the tragedy they witnessed and left behind a promise to protect a nation and those they love. "I think it's pretty awesome to see everyone on board this ship, especially with all that's going on right now," said Corky Vance. mother of AN Jeffery Vance of G W's V-2 Arresting Gear Division. who was assigned to the mess decks during the deployment. "I think everybody who steps aboard this ship has great courage and we're just very appreciative and grateiiil of everybody and we pray for them." Fighter Squadron l03's AM2 James M. Bocolo shared a special experience with his family the day before GWdepa1'ted. His father, James H. Bocolo of Staten Island, N.Y., and a member of Vietnam Veterans of America, presented a New York City flag to GW.and the squadron for their efforts during September l 1 . Along with the flag. Bocolo brought with him a framed photograph of Ground Zero with a plaque made from a piece of the aircraft that hit the first World Trade Center tower. The plaque was engraved with GW's name and hull number and a you from the citizens of New York. We are very proudffsaid Bocolo's "We have a in this. lost t cousin Ilost a was a fire a for eight da J lot to us that our along with the other military members, are protecting us at home and overseas." Bocolo echoed his fathers gratitude. "I believe that this is a wonderful way to say thank you from the citizens of New York." That is a hope shared by many of G Ws Sailors. As the ship pulled out from Pier l4 at ll:00 a.m.. "l'l1 Be Home For Christmas" blared from the ship's loudspeakers while Sailors manned the rails in their summer whites. As Norfolk faded away, the tears of sadness were soon replaced by swelling pride and confidence that the "Spirit of Freedom" would meet and conquer every challenge of the deployment that lay ahead. ff .. fs ,-V... Af' J-,efga W 1 H ,MJ , A-'f.1iyQz F, . J O in , 1 N 4? s ! 4 5 8 1 HJ! ,iff , . L51 4 ifilki 'X 'K iff? f'S K .W-V IGH- ,4 .27 ll 1 .-. . ,yi .. f 6 25 N-I 1, :Ei I ' H I . if I- Q. .4 4 gg 'AA' 14 I 1 .x,. A . f -iq. 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K X X 3 K1 R R -ll X-5 il" lv" fl . 5 4 1 I Q F uring the 5th Fleet turnover with USS John F. Kennedy QCV 675 19, 2002, USS George Washington's ordnance control division CG-53 had loads of responsibility to oversee. More than three hundred loads in fact. That's how many times ordnance was lifted from JFK onto GW's flight deck. Though the ship had already ta.ken on thousands of tons of ordnance in December 2001 , July 19 was critical in preparing the "Spirit of Freedom" for Sth Fleet operations in the Middle East. . Making sure the evolution ran smoothly was no small task. G-5 served as the liaison between other Weapons divisions, Deck Department, Operations divisions, and the Air Department, coordinating the move between them. During connected replenishment with U SNS Supply CAOE 63, Deck Department Sailors rigged and manned chocks, blocks and pulleys that bringracross ordnance in hangar did the double deuce. scurried about the bay, clearing space and directing receiving the ordnance, G-l Sailors sent the ordnance below decks for G-3 's ulvlag Rats" to place in their magazines. ln all, more than 200 tons of missiles, bombs and bullets of all types and sizes were transferred and stored as GW steamed toward the Arabian Sea. l :f"+ x gunnlw' as M, Na .-, - fx 1 '. 4 - -- A ,A we-PW1 ef' an .f-r"'f ..,.... Y 11 1 . 0' 'L A"'r- 1 f"5 In a ---3 L .Q bs. ,, A-, - yah W- f .-. f' M ,V , .-.qu f - -mu? .n-1" ...WM 4-1' ,M ..- Ar ann I 8 1 E a 'Xen-4-if-n, W W 4-nu. 1... ""' "',,3""" my ,N "!"- .--. 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The ship started the Fourth of July bang as of their berthings and Souda Bay pier and Independence Day Guan k Williams. daughter of Hank Williams Jr. and Hank Williams Sr., penchant for good lf1'lLlSlC The Washington also provided some good themselves as more than a faces. One cheerleader with Faith Hill's popular For those who horizons beyond a local, Morale. Welfare and tours that sent Sailors to and remote areas ofthe The Samaria surprise. The hike on Gmalos expecting alittle nature said Sat'ety's AOICA really enjoyed the The hike was than was the beauty." The trip to ' ' ateis p ihad ture i 'J 0 Sk to afi ek r ee r 'llabwwrhtuw TG-53 stayqgli if Q x. iv. 1 Q-..- 'fn 'Q' 1' . E . A S... ya .x ,WA fx X . 'M aw W- ,f-5.2 ,- A. .5 H Kr" ' ' '. N-QR 'X . "9 If-5, K ,J 34, R, . ', 'x 3'-.5 ' X ,L Lx xx' f ff p 1. ki. 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For a ship the size of GW. these dimensions. can hecome disastrous after even the slightest mistake. Navigation Department plotted the course. while Master Helmsmen BM2t SW 1 Sidney Durham. QM2 James Wagoner. and BM3 Eric Medina safely steered through the canal. Weapons Department manned up all machine gun and .50 caliber mounts while Deck Department stood ready on both port and starboard RHIB boats. Using RADAR. Operations Department Sailors kept a close eye on other vessels within GW's range. All together. the 14- lohour transit was completed successfully and most importantly safely. 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' -Q-:ff ---. hun:-an-nn... .4-.wha --4 all jg, ailors aboard USS George F' Washington added one more eounhy to their list ofworld travels August 28, 2007 as Deck Sailors sent G W 's mooring lines tg .lebel Ali's desert shores in the United Arab Emirates. For Four days Sailors Q01 3 chance to take in the atmosphere ofa culture most had never experienced. Sailors had many options for recreatign while visiting .lebel Ali. They visited the city of Drrbai where they could enjoy modem shopping centers or traditional markets called "souks." Sailors also participated in lvlWR-sponsored tours that l'eatured 21 variety ot' activities. everything from paintball to a sunset sa l'ari. Many Sailors made the trek into Dubai in search of "the deal" in one ol' thc hundreds ofshops lining the gold. spice. or textile souks inthe old city. The streets and museums Sailors toured were places right out ofa history book. T While touring. picture taking and riding water taxis were enjoyable. shopping is what most came to do. Operations Department's lS2 Michael lvlcDonald said he lound his deal in the gold souk. "l bought It would havcicostq nc over '53 000 lor one """""" ofthis kind ot qua .ity rn the States For those wanti ig to shop closer to the Ship, local vendors brought their wareslto the pier. Sailors aso had the opportunity to lounge in the "Oasis," an area on the pier where Sailors could eat. relax. watch movies, play vi ieo games or surf the c.. internet, all for tree. Local vendors were also on hand to bring Sailors electronics as well as some familiar fast food restaurants like KFC and Pizza Hut. Some Sailors had expected more culture shock than they experienced. AEAN Josh Painter of Electronic Attack Squadron QVAQ 1325 said he was surprised by how friendly the locals were and how modern Dubai is. "l had a great time." Painter said. "l saw a lot ofthe city. especially the mall. 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Cap pride al sevente .Alix 110116 li tl aslrirr inorning to S.0P90avv99 lliw. " vbvwbv year after the September 1 1 irist attacks on America, USS rshington Sailors honored the those who lost their lives that :r memorial service in Hangar lartin J. Erdossy, spoke with GW's and Carrier Air Wing efforts on this deployment. Xmerican has a 911 l story, but ite as special as George Erdossy said. "On the Sept. 12, GW had arrived and placed a Combat Air Patrol over New York City. One year to the day, the ship that responded to America 's distress call, is the same one that does our country's bidding as the tip of the spear." Erdossy said Sept. 1 l is not only about the victims ofthe dastardly attacks, but it is also about victoryg doing our part to end years of terrorism that has plagued the world. Erdossy recalled the 1983 truck bombing at the Marine barracks in Beirut. the embassy bombings in Nairobi, Kenya, and Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. and the 1 7 u 1 ,ha-" bombing of the Khobar Towers in Saudi Arabia. Erdossy said, "The good times of our foes are over. Their bad times started on Sept. 12, 2001. And thanks to people like the great Americans in this crew, the terrorists haven't even seen the end ofthe George Washington Battle Group. Capt. Erdossy then praised GWSailors for their actions on this deployment. 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K N ,V V X p V V sf 'E 5 f , XV A . v Q . 11' I i f ' X y 3 5" ' ' 1 ,:'g' ' X Q JV VVAVVVVYV V V 'XX . ., 1, . . X 3 NX1, gf"-H' i --2 za 1 Q YQ VVA . v ff' f Q 7' ""' ff ,. -Af K ' 'K x n.n.:a.n.-2z5,q.2:u:1u.g . .g.. un. - .L-1. aking one step closer home, USS George Washington navigated its way back towards the Suez Canal. Spirits rose as the ship once again set Hsea and anchor detaill' and headed into "The Ditch." The dangers concerning the canal were the same as the first transit, and taken with the same respect. but were met once again by the C1'6W,S professionalism. After two months of strenuous combat situations, participating in Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Southern Watch, it was time to go back to the Mediterranean Sea to seiye in 6"1 Fleet and enjoy some great ports along the way. On September 16, GW "did the ditch" again, and this time heading west. With the setting sun in their face, the ship's master helmsmen carefully wound the ship through the canal obstacles, and safely back to the Mediterranean Sea. lwiilk .L ON, PORTUGAL 29 SEPTEMQER N OCTOBER 5 2002 lm K aff! ' J E ya.. -- I V N. . 1 ' 14' .' ' ' ' n - ' ' 1 S cw x ' , w i -J Z' ff' L+ if w - Q yum .- , JV. " fl' M. A 'fiij , . " qu, , : x , , , ' ei :if f . P , , V1-' JI" A," - N A-. X ff "fir:-f ' , ,af V,-Q . N , ,,.. 'il H' frikgz f .. .,' 2171A .-X1-1 -1 fi 1'-Civ N-1:5 , Q , :Jai-1 wif 141 '- 'Xv K' K fly' .-'Zip.,-Q.-"'4.f--y-Eff. ,. w' ' yn - "n u'i n . I 'lx ' ,xx llh' M-g.::t:if""- , tw., , -. M -X -I'-. 9- ' h , E . 5 .Q . -.I 'Q xx. A 1 .W Q .piling-y N. xx - I . 'iff'-.' ' 'y V, i,,' IL,-.3- dl ...,i..... , .... f y. f-TANMT4. . . . 1 1 2 1 S F 1 fi iff" tl il 5'gs55,' A IA ,A Mi. ' p:,4.A .. , ,i ft I tif ' ,Q - l .Ai Ft EZ E E91 ga. l ,fi tl ill E it . A l .f ld l ll I lg li E I ..t. if? li It 1, if :gf -989035 ,q qiaiefzaf. vtuiaf Vxieiityf six Cfcolve lllISflIllQf0lI Sailors Uaxc up ol then liberty Oct 7 to help 1ILIlILCl Navy clue turned p istoi ind 1mallSll11plVlxllOXXl12IS Pastor lose geta little luithei in building a camp lot impoxeiished children The Mount Olives Childrens Camp in Alenquer Portugal outside oi' Lisbon xy is estfxblishcd for youths who came Portugal as refugees lrom former Portuguese colonies li Angola and lylozambique. The shantytowns they settle in have "no electricity or running water." said Pastor Larry Davis. the former ehieli who helps Pastor .lose run the Christian refuge. "Usually these places have become crime and drug infested areas." Figlzfw'.S'q1mtIm11 !U5's AIZZUXWJ Nicole Farley pitched in the elliort by helping build a stone retaining wall around the perimeter ofwliat will be a large playground. Struggling to carry the hefty stones became insignificant to Farley in light ofthe contributions she made. "lt makes me feel better that l'm able to be a part olthisf' said Farley. who had done three community relations projects prior to this one. "To think l'ye helped in making it a better place for somebody really makes it worth the effort." Sailors also painted. sanded and taped walls inside a newly built house at Mount Olives and also did minor welding and painting on metal ceiling braces. ati! 'Ut W 96 X fl- Q--4 U- i 'kk-om i 3 HQ . 1. ii . Ft' .ig ,Mu , 'I i ,mv 1" , wi gs , J . , . :vena-. . .,.e-..., . ,. - ,V F:-m::.1:i-1.1. ,-F1 -Mm IL. I yi 5 l 'E NI I xerifkllh :MR V, 4.5 ww 2 x I B '1- sgs Dm! 1... ' has 6 ig -452.2 ' f ' ' 'I F ., 1 .iidzlzuffn nil' 'T 1 , f' 'J Y ' . ' ' f " ' A , I ' A ,pl 1 V W .x. a, I W Vx J I ,Q , I, I , . 1 f fr .' I A 'U f' . 3' ffl.- f . 331 ,C "' 1 ' I 1 J 'W 5: 'P i 1 U - ' ,- fm If-A 15.2- ... ff. 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During the six-month deployment, Nic Sp1r1tof'Freedomwa5 home to family and played host to a few special family reunions. For fraternal twins SM3 Kevin lmparato and MA3 David lmparato. thejourncy to serving side by side began during aday when A177CI'1'C3lS Carrferbrought some order to a day ofchaos. "On Sept. 12. l remember seeing GW pull into New York Harbor, ljust remember telling my dad how cool the ship looked." said Kevin. a l9-year-old signalman. After Kevin's "A" school, hewas sent to George Vlfiislrizigtozr. David, a master-at-arms aboard the carrier. lucked out when he was offered orders to the ship afterlie graduated from his training. "Somebody told me l had something to sign down in Personnel. and when l went down. David was standing there," said Kevin about the first instance the two brothers saw each other aboard. The ship is also home to BMHSWJ Maurice Norman and his brother ACI Roggie Norman. "lt's great to be on the same ship, but it didn't work out exactly the way we planned. l-lis schedule is so ditxfercnt. he always calls me when l'm asleep and getg me out of my rack to talk." complained Maurice halt'-heartedly. The carrier hosted a brief reunion for PR l KAWJ Raymond Warren and PRl tAWJ Henry Warren. Everything was identical for the l9-year veterans M- except for the carrier they were serving aboard that day. When GW turned over with USS John F Kennedy QCV 673 on July l9. 2002, it gave the brothers another opportunity to rendezvous. 'tlt's been almost a year since l've seen himf, said Raymond. an aircrew survival equipmentman with VS-30. one ofthe squadrons attached to GW. "He's been out forsix months and I have been out for mine. lt's been a boost to see each other." Another set of twins, ACBQAWB Miguel Estrella and brother ET3fSWJ Robert Estrella made their second deployment ,together on George Washington. A in August, one of GW's photogiaphefs mates, PH3fAWj Summer Anderson, jumped onto a helicopter that zipped Hopper CDDG 701 to see brother Steve, an FC3 aboard Hopper. Summer said though the visit was briei she was' saw Steve. "It was bittersweet because I don't know when l'm going to see him againj' said Summer about her brotl1e1'.f i in Pearl Harbor, Hi. "But it was good to talk to him. I've been in the Navy longer than him so it was nice to go overtherean A sure he's on the right track." ' ' a aliens-2 Ai Lf ,....f-""' '- af 5 ef Q M Mnam,-.ro U-S. NAVY X, -5 'N F5 TRELLA :Fi 7X A . . V:-2 . .nv ' .A it 1- 4:3 I 59 .,f, ' '- y if IAIKN 5.3. NU f .1 V vs oy '-sg, iw 99101 n-We 'SYM 'QKQ' V, "'- ' 1 i, ., 55.: V, -,.,,.l , ' V I A , 3 ,Y .. M I' " f - 1 ! Q1 ' ' A' -- A ' 1 ' A A P 0 R T O F C A L L l L 4 sg' '-I L" , A -X Ik: . , -1,5 , - " fha. I , V I. f',A'x'3v'. , Q! ,",,':'... ,,v. f fit' I-. 1 4' Nl 4 xl' "l 1 1 : i- I lg' '..'2:x,ff114, p 1 Qu gsm ,J -. .---H .. 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"I took a business course 0i're'day,U said the Conibai ii 'ii A A V A r,,s Q Q v'v s r y "lt was a challenging course and convenient. lt's to start college. The instruction was good too." to African American history, PNC CSWJ John Nemitz P V. , ,LV. pr,-15-5 ..' F 74 I.,v' , 1 - - realizes the importance ofa higher degree " said 'ES'0f5deZr""I'1l'i6 ' Q A A 91T1WQf feWBojorn the Navy do so to earn a degree PACE courses Q In addition to PACE Cour ses ESO helped facilitate 4 M rr.: SQACTS and assorted military batteries The deploymen was a tremendous success for educatrn 1 o S l g ur 81 ors Ncmrtz Said 'biwehavetaken an 'retrve interest m Getting them xr hat they need to help their careers ri? Fir, fs X ,.-I! Piif-?f' 2 uqyr . Hwy,-r"' i K, . K 1. Q' l whi e. ,, " A it ,avi i i gre . .,:: 1754 5 - 1.17 1 i I ' "'s-fevm.-- vw V." "' ' '-'-1--.... ..- .. ' 3 sf , Q: , -wir: I as sf! 1.72 4 6 4 I' i,,5. QI, QP n f bi A o is a right of tbngsailorsjiindenvay. 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AlMD's AT7tAWl Curt L cke also liked to make the most of his free time His hobby during the 2002 deployment - y 1 . . work-related. t'l spent a lot ot' time working for my wings," said Lycke, a native of Colombia, Mo. 'cl also worked out I got to see some pretty good results." g..,p So did OSBCSWQ Cory Stephens. But Stephens' greatest gains was what he got rid of. "Besides working on advancentic spent my off time in the gym and I lost an astonishing 30 poundsj' Stephens said. Some shipmates went to the library to rind a good book to read. Others could be found in the mess decks or in a ounces t 't - laying chess or roll playing games. Some sang, some wrote letters to loved ones. Even on a ship in the middle ofa t Q ,,, i -Li' ..::-Alva - l f' ,mi X fa Hp' 4, 4. ,ff SEX X fl JQX N mx! L Av A . 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Over 20 contestants participated, showing off their x and original comedy routines. Contestants did their best. but some weren't fortunate enough to escape getting chased away by the Sandman. MS3 Barry Scruggs' character. Ot' those who outperformed the crowds urge to boo. ABF3 Mark Ltizada and ABH3 Juan Aragon won unique slam dancing routine. "We'x'e both been out otperliomiing for a while," Aragon said. "We only planned four this morning, but l'm still happy we won." Following the winners' announcement, the crowd cheered Lizada and Aragon to treat the crow d to an encore. While they came in third. Ali2tAWj .lorge Nawaez and ATAN Sylvia Avi la werenit disappointed. "l think it's for us than it is about winning." said Narvacz. who partnered with Avila to dance the merengue. "We'rejust as far as we did. We grew up with dancing: it's part ofour culture. 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' " .. fy - B x f 11-5q..T-5' Q , W n.-A V . ' " , 1 .- X ' "' ' I ' .. 4 , N., , - - ' - k. Q- - 1 1 1 ,.4i'fg :,',-" , , . ,f I M .U ki . V 1 I4 JO 'R ' ' A I -' , ..f . 4 an ' . . , ' ' . I ' ' 2 . " - - ' . 1 I W A 1 I 1 v I s W 1 v , -' ' E , .un CQBMAANDEEQ Geox-ea PXIVA-SHLENCNEON e.e.'f'fLga extent ar Admiral Joseph A.Sestak, JI'-Q WHS e born in Springfield, P0nnS1'lV3n'a Un V ec. 12, 1951. He graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1974 with a Bachelor oi Science Degree in American Political Systems. Ordered to duty in the Atlantic Fleet, Rear Admiral . . , - 1 C Sestak served Division Officer tours as Damag Control Assistant, Combat information Center 'board USS Officer and Weapons Officer a ,BJCHARD E. BYRD toot: zsi. Rear Admiral Sestak then received a Masteris Degree in Public Administration and a Ph.D. in Political Economy an University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. After completion of Department Head School in Newport, Rhode Island, Rear Admiral Sestak was fordered to the West Coast aboard USS HOEL IDDG 133 as Weapons Officer. Subsequently, he served as Aide and Flag Lieutenant to Commander, Naval Surface Force, U.S. Pacific Fleet. In January 1986, Rear Admiral Sestak became Executive Officer of USS UNDERWOOD QF FG d Government from Hai vai d 9- 361. Following this tour, he served in the Politico- .Military Assessment Division of the Joint Staff in J ,support of the Joint Chiefs of Staff until January 1991. Rear Admiral Sestak took command of the . USS SAMUEL B. ROBERTS IFFG 583 on 30 'Leer Admiral August 1991. , . 0 1993, SAMUEL B. ROBERTS was named J9 5 9 P fl A I S 3 5 U- is JL overall surface ship in the Atlantic Fleet in the Battenberg Cup selection. ln July 1993, Rear Admiral wgstak reported to the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations as Head, Strategy and Concepts Branch. From ' ' ' ' "tin g November 1994 to March 1997, he was the Director for Defense Policy on the National Security Council sta like White House. In May 1997, he became Commander, Destroyer Squadron FOURTEEN. From December 1998 to August 2000 he served as Director, Strategy and Policy Dix ision 0515, in tw ,e of Naval Operations. He was then the Director ofthe Navy Quadrennial Defense Review 0 L September 2001, after which he served as the Director of the Navy Operations Group in supp0fl 0 terrorism until December 2001. He is currently Commander, Cruiser Destroyer Group TWO tG0 U Battle Groupi. Sestak's personal decorations include the Defense Distinguished Service Medal. DefeIlS0 SUPG C ld Star lomtS6 al, Legion 0f Merit with C015 Star. Meritorious Service Medal with a -o - - al, Navy C0mmEndation medal with two Gold Stars and the Navy Achievement Meda mai-rig-to the former Susan L. Clark and they have a daughter, Alexandra. I geeoaee. 'rmasH.1N-Grote History, Mission, and he predecessor of the current Cruiser-Destroyer Group TWO was Destfb-'gr during World War I in Newport, Rhode Island. In 1973, Destroyer Flotilla TXNO Destroyer Group TWO. After the commissioning of USS GEORGE WASHINGTQN Destroyer Group TWO was permanently assigned as the Battle Group Staff in 1993 for the 9 WASHINGTON Battle Group IGWBATGRUJ. ' ln addition to GEORGE WVASHINGTON, GWBATGRU, which is commanded by Commander , V , Group Two, is comprised ofthe cruisers Uss NORMANDY gcc aol and Uss MoNTEi1EY QCG Squadron TWO SIX and its live surface combatants, Carrier Air Wing SEVENTEEN and its eight ' the submarine USS OKLAHOMA CITY ISSN 7233, and the auxiliary ship USNS SUPPLY IT The overarching mission of the Cruiser-Destroyer Group TWO staff is to plan and exeeute exercises in Surface, Subsurface, Air, and Strike Warfare, as directed by the numbered . deployed. Specifically, the Commander is tasked to assist Type Commanders in overseeing the Group assets for extended deployments by developing long range schedules and plans, and associated with the Interdeployment Training Cycle CIDTCJ. The end result gf these efforts ensures ships achieve and maintain the highest possible state of operational and material readiness. l Our 2002 deployment was focused on the Global War on Terrorism, which took the staff and Mediterranean and Adriatic Seas, the North Arabian Sea and the Arabian Gulf, and put our Afghanistan and Iraq 0 p e r a t i o n s ' FREEDOM and WATCH. Additionally. units conducted Interception IMIOJ by boarding searching for illegal contraband, the sale of weapons of mass J, 'Q' Lead 1 Operations QLIOJ by and Al-Qaida Southwest Asia waters of the Arabian y - g safe havens. In cooperation with Coalition forces, our aircraft patrolled the skies of Afghanistan, support for troops on the ground who were hunting for this same leadership, and they flew over the the No-Fly Zone for unauthorized Iraqi military aircraft, as well as monitoring the ground for I radar systems that could pose a threat to friendly aircraft. Two months into our deployment, the GEORGE WASHINGTON returned to the first time in several years that the SIXTH Fleet Commander had a significant combat e I i While on station, the battle group continued Maritime Interception Operatlonsg B and reconnaissance, and maintained both air wing and surface ship Strike Warfar . in numerous exercises and daily training. Additionally, the battle group I many foreign dignitaries and participating in several multi-national exercises. MED 5 lateral exercise between the U.S. Navy and the Royal Moroccan Air Force and 4 pilots the opportunity to conduct cross training in dissimilar aircraft. eeee The 1 increased involvement between the two countries. The NATO exercise DESTINED ptrengthen the bonds between several allied nations and helped maintain ou 0l'Cise involved the GEORGE WASHINGTON and the air wing asian Wh, and Italian air, surface and subsurface forces off the coast of Sardinia. Will be a lasting one for years to come. W l X A"'4f'fiNGI'ON GEORGE IfI .--5-- Beattie so-up Staff .. CSN! ol Buff' Captain Gary m'e-.ka CDR DAVID CIIANC CDR LISA I-'R,XNC'IIIIT'I'I fnlulxlllllaw fun i'll,XRl,liS , V I M Il I la l,lx1xcgs'l'oN sn CDR "DNN WNN I C DR VI ll I IKM COOKE LCDR JAMES GARNER LCDR 'l'll0y1,gg Cl.-I KFR , f WN!! LCDR JAKE .l.-XCKLICI-I LCDRANDREW LEVITZ H LCDR DANIEL LUERS LCDR SLZXNNIQ PRUSIC 'xx N I STEP n..- 1s+.::L-3 i ,x 3 H 1 ,HA .EV 5 LCDR GERALD , , ,., LCDR BRIAN , , V, . 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'-ng, " 'x , - A W If X gr' I I K - Y 4, ,f A 5 f .3 I ' 'VA ' 25,1 ' A L , I X2 V I I N 'V 1 - l N I X! Q- i EQ' mis- f A ' it C H' 1 ' IJ., ,,, ..-R X' ! 1 E rw 'I -:5?u'l,, '74 N , 1 2 " ' A 1 Q A ,., : 3. 1' ""..g!L, V1 V - I f 1 'Q' X ' ,L ' K 'N X ' XA. , 5 if 4 ' , A 1 1 1 3 ""' ' ' ' V. 1 I 'L 4.- ' M' if Q.. ' 84 ,r - 'Qu -5 A 'F fm We a x .' hr 1 g 9' In an 1 Y-'I zi'H"!l,,mm'g11E F fi. 134 1 L 4 jr 'L 45' .-x',,w I H-, C g -n ,. 1 I ll , I E e y fu If y ,ff ll 'HH' 1 ' 'I f 1' I' 1 if '-' lu -r,.,,r -. , fv ,-:zz in N E' X1 I F I z S, L -XXX if ,g gig! E I" 2 i f 3133 fl Q? w 10 a -av-v--gb ADMIN OFFICER LCDR MICHAEL BROXNN 4 to W r e a I I I A ADMIN OFFICER LCDR EDWARD FLINT SEP 00 - SEP02 eorge Washington's Administrative Department does more than tile pa- perwork. Over 100 Sailors strong, this group of men and women strive to be the epitome of customer service. Made up of six divisions, "Team Adminn is responsible for everything from lithographers CX-IJ printing the ship's newspaper that the journalists KX-SJ create, to personnelmen IX-21 who enter new college credits into the service records of Sailors who earned them from courses administered by the Educational Services Office IX-31. The department also in- cludes the ship's ever-vigilant security team CX-41 and the hard-charging execu- tive assistants who work for the captain and the executive officer KX-Aj. During the 2002 deployment, the results of Admin's efforts didn't need to speak for them- selves. Sailors who were cared for by this group of professionals knew they were in good hands. l DEPARTMENT MAC NIISWI GREGORY A ,. -.......- 'R Q, x . I .F "went Q 5 Q.. .i.. .ill 2 .Filip ailgrs in X-A perform a variety of administrative tasks. From processing awards and security clearances. producing the Plan ofthe Day to negotiating ordersor administering the ship's drug and alcohol program, X-A's yeomen are the Ship's Secretary's right hand. The Ship's Secretary is responsible for the Smooth operation of the command security program. ln addition to the yeoman and Shipis Secretary, X-A is also home to GVV's command career counselor, drug and alcohol program advisor and the equal opportunity advisor. It is also Gll's central site for awards, ranging from the Spirit Award to Navy Achievement Medals. X-A processed more than 700 medals, awards and citations, and handled the commanding ofticer's personal correspondence. YNCStSvvl s'rc:c'4svvl ll'I'f'1SXvlc:t's vvf'4svvf,xwifsicm MARY FORTIIZR 'l'RiQs'l'lf Lovlxta vvoomvtizn s'r.xCliY GUSNIAZLIA Nt'CStSW!SC'Wj DOLORICS BUIE Nt l .IUANNI-l Sl"I'TON vssqswy .isniowv Momzow YNSN RYAN TARRANT msn JERRY JEROME .Xt ' ff' wg l X K 1 1 C1 E i M. 5 'J i Jimi' i i 'n F W1 ' L nr' up :-il U N -1 is a diverse and talented division consisting ofseveral ratings which provide the crew with a variety of services. X-l 's yeomen aid in sending out welcome aboard packages and provide support to the commanding officer and his visiting dignitaries. They also maintain officer service records and coordinate the officer sponsor program. The commanding ofticer's mess management specialists plan and prepare three daily meals, along with hundreds ofspecial meals forthe captain's distinguished visitors over the course of the deployment. The Print Shop's lithographers operate high-tech printing equipment and produce many publications on a daily basis. The "President's Pressmenw printed thousands ofkneeboard cards, targeting maps, debrief packages, port guides and the shipis newspaper for the crew. -Qi. l.lc'sqsxx'iiuv'y.' YM H1,H.R,Y A. . , LlltSll .s.t wp RON xl.-.luixr.L l.0NNll2'l'AYl.0R JR ' ' I' "NCLB JOE HURTIEYNE YN CS! SXVIAWVJ YNZQSWJ RYAN nRowN uzqswy BRIAN FlNNEv siszcswmvi LIQCSXVI Kmmznu' .lon INSON JAMES STENBIQRG H53 .'XN1'QXl0 .-XRCIG.-X l,l3 .IXSON IHIUYYY ll? VYCTI-'l Il Vg ' A-rl'n..",,fAGAN YNSN RAYMAZIC BARN ES Ll3RAFAELM,xR'rll2 llsx MR ox K0l'PlCNll,-XFPIR Q YN2 Sl ' -13 l V.. Q1 if' 3 it 5 'M r -1 qw, "" X. n 'A ' -- ,IF i' ,,v,j1Q em-ge Washington's Personnel Office provides a wide range of serviceg to he shipis crew. Personnelmen address Sailors' concerns and questions regarding pay and entitlements, transfers, separations and re-enlistments by providing quality customer service. During deployment, X-2 processed over 3,000 ID cards, 5,000 personnel documents. 500 receipts and 800 transfers. X-2 also manages the manpower requirements for the ship's company. This I-ggponsibility is vital to maintaining proper manning levels so the ship and crew can operate at their maximum capability. PINC QSXN IAN 5 MAJOR PNHSVU PNIIAWXSVSU BYNLWI JR ROBERT ANDERSON TODD EDXVARDS 1 J F PN2 KSVWAVVJ DAVID BUCKNER I .. . ,Q Q. I - .Ii . sl- Vz ,. '45 ni ' xii: ' E ' gli E 'i ffii' K if I, ,ffl . PN3 DANA BAKER :ii 11' X 5. 2 .. ff. 2 ft 1 QQ Y it A? 5 -L F 1 f PN3 Joni MATTHEWS L'l'.lG NIICHAEL SCOTT PN HSNYJ ROBERT KELSEY PN2 DARYI, TIIONIAS PNB ADAM KLENIZ PN3 MATTHEW MILLER 5 I Sf' Q3 .-3 EIE I A Ex g. Q .Ivy -' mi PNSN KATHERINE C RADDOCK PNSN SARAH HARDY PNSN FRANCISCO RINCONICS V PNSN ANTHONY STEGER - 11 . , PN3 AMANDA ROBINSON PNSN DAYID c'RAw1N SNQSWI C INTHIA PANTALEON TL' AN S.-XNIAYIIIA ROGERS --nur lv A'-f "W PNSN SALWKTOR E WILKINSON Fu- I E X PNSNKSWI DANIELLE YOUNG PNSA FAIITISHA HARRIS t - if he Educational Services Office strives to hel GW S 'l , P ai ors further their nee learning studies and careers by offering a large selection ofclasses and dista ggurses the crew can take while at sea. X-3 has helped to implement computer- fc ggllege courses and instructor-taught courses, while constantly updating 4 afional and personal qualification standards and maintaining the crewis lnformation. . ition to their educational efforts, ESO also makes sure Sailors eligible for are prepared by verifying their Navy-wide advancement worksheets administering the exams. S , . P' nwmn ,U 'v DUNLAP MR. DAVID llUCl'll-QS MR. JOHN MICHEL PNCQSNVD JOHN NEMITZ FN Y- ' 3 l V N ..,f"""""' --.. NX. Q li. SWINTON CWO2 ROBERT YOUNG JR PNP. TERRY PEARSON N, PNSN HOWARD PNSN cmms PHILLIPS PM MOMQUE PNSN DEREK FARMER JENKINS W's security force leads the way in assisting the crew and battle group in its force protection etiorts. Security is a collection ofSailors permanently and temporarily assigned to the division in order to keep every watch manned and operational at all times. A unique aspect of X-4 is its composition. Various ratings augment the masters-at-arms in this effort. Whether standing guard during GW's transit through the Suez Canal or manning the 50-caliber gun mounts in port, X-4 answers the call to serve and protect. NIAI WlI,IIIiNllN.X BOONE XIXIISNU lAl'RIli .XRIJEN IN' xucqswy WILI,I.-XM SCIIEER MAI .IOSE BARRETO Mmfswy MAI Roxxrn ST,-XI.EY BARBARA VASQUEZ ENS THEODORE DI DEK mcrswy .mms CLARK y NIAI I,.'XXN'RIiNCE FIORILLO ICZQANVJ JON FLYNN NIAIKSWI BRUCE LEITHE.-KD HAZ HEATH NIAZISC 'XWSXYI SEAN l'lllil,I'S ls'r34swy JOHN AvPi,lic:A'rI-t ISZ SCOTT F RANK 'IS MAJ ANIY BADOUR ABH3 ERIC W MA3 MICHAEL MOSELEY ABE3 ANTONIO MURll.I,.O ABII3 AI .l'l-IONSO RAMIIIEZ , Kr... . AN KYO KO C 'RADDOC K MASN he primary mission ofGW Public Affairs is to "tell the Navy's story." Whether it is writing articles for the ship's newspaper, t'The Guardian," or producing video packages, the Public Affairs Office does whatever it takes to get the storv. Comprised of one officer and 9 enlisted journalists, during deployment the Public Affairs Office coordinated all embarking media, distinguished visitors and in-port tours. They also produced several live admiral's calls, captain's calls, port briefs, safety stand downs and bingo games over SITE TV, the ship's closed-circuit television system. And they marketed hundreds of news and feature articles to a variety of civilian and military publications around the world. 50 ig LCDR LISA BRAUN x N O' I ig Q I I 'H X it , uxiiinf r C . Q- 1 I 9 lv ,,', 1+ ' ts i ,, .lOltSNNl nick ... ., , - - , - -. - ' 5 ' 1 P. .102 Rl! in .-Xl,l.lnN -lil-lbiill-'UIANI-W FU! .lOClbXHl,llSl.lQl,l. COIUNS .IOZKSWD BRIAN JOHNSON f3"" 5. PC' 5 .IOS KRISTIN FITZSININIONS fi, N AN ELIZA Bl-ITl'l i ENOCKSON 1 i JO2 JOHN OSBORNE JO3 NIATTI IFN' l.l Dlllil,l, SN NINA LEVVIS fi 4? I Si .11 as 3 -e I2 ': f i, l. -- .,.. - :1-fm 'z:rw:,-:-f:1- H vw a F 3 E 5 5 -"Ai O 4' 'I nl""" noe' V -F 21, Q 11 " X 9 V f-W bl., f' O ' it zj TSF 5 V X A no If ur nun If ll ' AY-r 'fflnmllv R--,,. ,-,-..-f' ' H- NL LAN' 1 I-'I fdffffmfffavymff ,, 1:- 'Q , I '13 J 4 .m,0RT'EQUlflW1-L V7 nousa ,......,..,, N'FL!'Nx mx? 11 ,. 2' f ii " If - . H' A fl W -, .E 'W ,.,, ..,........,...., 4 5 , 1 W- , 1 2 " .Zi A A X 955 F5722 4 i of' 1 wana-vfwn.-V.-A ww. .., uma.-f.g mn- An-An .L .. ,.. , g t uEAi 5 3 F Q I! Q A by Ag yi . ITETYIIJ D ..E?H'eAi I I DEPARTMENT AZCMIAIW APRIL MAINTENANCE OFFICER CDR WILLIAM BEACHAM y Carrier Air Wing Seventeen. Our superbly skilled and highly trained technicians the highest quality product possible and our management team isproactively invol cycle, continually seeking ways to enhance the mission capability of the combat aircraft customer. AIMD George Washington capabilities range from micro-miniature repair of electr to Third Degree Repair of jet engines. Additionally, AIMD provides physical, dimensional electronic calibration services for the entire Battle Group. From maintaining Supp0 coordinating the repair of escorting ships under the Battle Force Intermediate Maintenance A IMD provides unparalleled support for sustained combat operations. The Officers and Chief Petty Officers of AIMD have the privilege of serving with OV nearly every aviation rate, not only ship's company, but technicians from Sea OPCYBGOI from NAS Jacksonville, Norfolk, Oceana, and Whidbey Island. This diverse team was ho during the intense, fast-paced inter-deployment training cycle to a fine-tuned machine. Fro the focus has been getting Air Wing aircraft "off the pointy end" of the ship fully combat F6 have demonstrated exceptional ingenuity and have proven they deserve recognition as "thi the Fleet." g'i'fg'3J -,qi-P - A . . ,, 7, f . .vw giwn.. e mission of the Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department is to provide maxi . . S D D 1 4 9 r A I . I-l Division consists ofseven major work centers. Production Control coordinates the repair of parts received, manages the schedule ofinspections to be completed. nd verifies that all maintenance is completed. Quality Assurance eliminates the occurrence of defects. Maintenance Administration generates and disseminates administrative paperwork. Individual Material Readiness List manages the issue and receipt of support equipment. Material control ensures that technicians have everything to complete their task of providing support to CVW-17. Aeronautical Material Screening Unit ensures that components requiring repair are correctly routed to the appropriate work center. The Damage Control shop maintains the battle readiness ot'AlMD spaces. LCDR JOHN KENINA AEC'SfAWj B.-XRRET KIDD ,-xztisuwswy RUSSELL LANIBERT AZCIAWISWI JOHN BLAN D .IR .. I .1 IJ I I ... V LCDR EDWARD JOHNSON ENS IAXYISXX J I'.I,'I'UN pf ,TTS SPICNCQIQ .XZC'XIl.-XXU STIIYIC .X'I'CfStAWl ERIC BEFRS ATCSIAXX I DON FARN.-KN 'H Jw, 3 M sxcqm y MARK rosum, ATCQAWISNVKSE I .T JOSE COLON ATIQAWJ MARK DONLEY A Kl1.MY Q'liERRY I IOLI .OWS PRICAWJ MICHAEL LONG . X wg gr p Kx g I x G- I I xs 1 I 1 ' --x ,R ba ...i,,I,!, , ,I I ,Ig-fullf' ,sh . ,. All! .XIAN f'0l,I-QNIAN A22 JORDAN STAF F ORD AICZIANU JUDY IIlI.I, AZ3 RONALD .XZ3 RUSII.XND.X CLAIBORNE .IR f .XRPI-lYI'IfR AZIKAWD JOSEPH COX ,XZMAWJ IAKISIIA Qll.-XRLES PN3 RUN NIEISIZ A73 CHARLYM-3 ROWIN CAMERON GRAY AD3 DANIEL SKAGGS AZ3 LAT! DY-X WI I ITE 'B' AZAN ADAM AVINGER PYMSWJ PA L'l, DAVIS Xl21ANYf'SWJ SIIANT.-XXI SNIITII Q' PN3 .IAINIIZ NIUNTIQNEGRU PNSN JUSTIN BARNES I AZ3 CHOLE NIMMONS AKAA STEVEN KIRSCII AZAR MARIA DIAZ If In fs. 'Q AR SUMMER IIAMBY DCLAA - var so 'I , 'F 1' I I NRI IX, -I I l 'l-2 Division is composed of Powerplants, Airframes and Aviation Life Support Sv stems Bi anches The expert mechanics of the Powerplants Branch are responsible for repairing seven differ ent tv pes of aircraft engines, and the Jet Envme Test C ell The An frames Branch, divided into two components, Airframes and Hydraulic, build up aircraft tire and wheel assemblies. The hydraulic technicians repair various aircraft actuators and fabricate various hoses and tubes. The Aviation Life Support Systems CALSSJ Branch inspect, repair, maintain and pack parachutes, I X U ' 332 J I I I K I' b. -X ,X . . .. 1 . . ' f . , . .4-I3 1 Q va, 5 -' .naw fi,-rig : ' 1 . 3 3 . . I gf. F ,.. lips breathing devices, seat survival kits, firefighting equipment and a vast array of inflatable and personnel mounted survival equipment, and they are responsible for inspection and repair of all oxygen systems and components. vi X IX 'IXWI KATI I If RI N If I-'RA IZNZA PRCKAWI PAUL FRANKLIN ,xN1c'q,xwy ADCSIANW CHRIS REED MARK IIl'N'I'INGTON A D 1 mm Jamis Bi.,xNnF0RD .-XIJIIAWI upxlzlu-LN wxl,KlclmlQx' PR2 PA L5 I , A RNULD AMIQAWJ PAUL FIELDS ANIIIAXU sc 'crrr cgR,xvs0N Z' f N I . 4 7'-' PRIIAYVJ BRYON GULLEY LT TIMOTI-IYSNOWDI-'J f AMI ELIAS.-ISENFIQ ,totem D-I Q sravigs MCCAULEY 5 ANI I I AWB RAY XVINSLONV AM IIAWI , WELCH WOODS . 1 X. AICZQAXYI CIIARLES BIRD AM2 IWIATTHEW CLAATON I i I 1 I I I I I I , I s f , . I i 1 I .. .IJ.!EY fm n 1, RR AD2 Elm: Cuxsusol, M12 ROBERT CEDILLO ADZMW9 "RN-W7 KENNETH ADZMDE C X CHARLES co1,,Y,xR DAUGHERTY AMZTAWJ JIMMY DE ASIS A D2 ELIZABETH GA ROFALO .XD2 NIOSIQS lf.-XIJIIQ 4A 'Vw l'R21.XWyl3IiN lCl,l. PR2 PETER GOLDSBERRY .urzmm CHARLES LEONARD AMZTAWQ JAMES LESTER AN '1 DUNALD MEDINA-x A312 ARTENI NAGORNIUK AM2 GREGG G RUN-' ANl24,0Yl CHRISTIAN l2Y.XNGlCI,IS'l'.X .XNIZTAWJ KVA D E HENDERSON J R 'Nc 44' .-'J Y-fi..-1 I T , K4 Rl gn AD2 RONALID CLXNSICNIICR .XZ2 BRANDON KEITHLEY ANZ RON l,IfiIl'l' .w2q,xwp wll,l,l.AxM PEREZ M ,O E gkf' . .QQ ,JN .x A , xt v f 5' A .-XD2 I 'IIRISTOPIIER l'liTERS A M 21 AWD C U RT I' R ATT AM2 H EN RY SH li RRILL !,........... AD3 SCOTT BE.-YIVIN 'x ,A 3, I 1 V ANl21AVW GERARDO PIC!-IARDO .XIII PIQDRO Ql' I XTIQRU-l.Ul'EZ AD2lAVV'y PICTROUSCHKA AM2 CHRISTOPHER PR2 CALEB WHITE AM2 DAMON STEPHENS ' Tl NIOTI-IO VVEEMS famff Q ,un mc'nmal.nf:xsoN .LN3 ' .. : JI v AZ3D'mD .A.D3nAvIDCo0k x ' CRW B" WHA cf,x1grAGlRoNE A M3 CHRISTOPHER COSAT A03 omiu, DIXON PR3 J.-xsox lflcnuusox M '3f'1f:Q xXgNDEL AM3 JOHN AM3IAWj JONTAVIES HARFIIQLD P Ammwp JOHNATHAN Moom' ' -1,4 I f I '- PR3 SINIONE MANSFIELD .-XIJ3 ICDVVARIJ SAMS AM3 DAVID MANSON AMS MATTI IPIXK S.-KN H IRD ANI3 WII.l.IANI SIIONFPI .IR 'F ' AM3 KEVIN SNOW AD3 BRIAN SHUPP AD3 ANTIIONYTIIONIAS PR3 ARTIIUR WALL AM3 JAKE WILSON 'Q If r J ,I I I ici 'I -I I nv' .X Q ""u,g ,Il 54? l ,mln .ux1Es,xl,l,riN ,IDM R,uf,.xlil..xl.xpxklfz ADAN TXVAI N HARRIS l W ADAN DENNIS K RA M B E R A DAN MAX LIPIAK ASIAN JERHMIAH AMAN VI I RIS'I'0I'IIIfR SORBERA SURRIil,I.S I 5 I ws , rm ' A DA N N IATT H EW' SZENIATUWICZ PRAA GARY I3R.Xf'RIfXBl RY ADAA CHRISTOPHER CEYNAR I AMAA JOSHUA NIANN PRAA ROBERT NSI! E os ,a' Y' I, or a- I ' I .A ,Q KW I , nucx I Mu.-I STIZPIIANIIC MIM "H"'Px I Quin RILEY Q I , , . 1' ',.. ,, p 1 1., : I fy , I I TAY!-UR LEE .Im SII.-XlfNSl7MNI,-X AMAA I r 1 i tech I Sea 0 W' tx e IM-3 Division is responsible for repairing all avionics and armament equipment for I0 squadrons flying eight different types of aircraft. IM-3 is comprised of more than 200 Sailors in nine ratings, coming from four different shipboard departments and live different commands. The ship's highly trained nicians are augmented during the deployment by specialized technicians from perational Detachments Jacksonville, Norfolk, Oceania and Whidbey Island. IM-3 also operates the ship's calibration laboratory, which is responsible for ensuring 3 exacting tolerances on all measuring devices ranging t'rom precision multi-meters to the precise gauges installed in reactor spaces. ln addition, IM-3 is responsible for all intermediate maintenance on Aircraft Armament Equipment. 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I I ' m s ,...,,x I ,X 1, ' x 1 - s , , XR ,, Kgwrxl -lil-.S .l -f'.s-'10 .4 Division maintains more than 500 pieces ofsupport equipment and furnishes gvgr S6 million in "yellow gear" used for aircraft servicing, maintenance, and ire fighting. Additionally, they maintain all the material handling equipment vital to moving stores and equipment during underway replenishments. The Aviation Support Equipment Technicians of IM-4 are constantly at work inspecting and maintaining their gear for maximum readiness, and even provide services to the ships of the George Washington Battle Group under the Battle Force Intermediate Maintenance Activity umbrella. Their p day in the hangar and on the flight deck. ride of workmanship is on display every ASf'St.XXWSNNl llUN,Xl.D IIICNIHQRSON l',-klJNlORl-I .XSK'StAXYl 'l'R.XC'liY ASC'C.1WVlSXVj ENS CHARLES ELl.lO'l"l' mx Swmsm ,XSILMYJ RICHARD BlRKl-IINIER AK l KAW l TOM MY ENC-KN S ASI QANVJ BERNARDINO PER EZ ,vs 1 qsvvg CARLOS CARRILLO Asuavvy srmm msiiur ASICAWI FREDERICK SCHUCK - -4. nf in 2' If 2 I - . :Q : . ,' ,' I, ASIIAWISWJ K EN N IZTII ASI DAVID NYOOD H1000 AZ2 VIRGINIA EMBLETGN AS2 .XNlQICl.fi,XllC'IA AS2 MICIIAEL HOPPER AS2 JULIO LARA ' . I . ' as Aszmw' mcrn,xs1, A5"'::XQ3:.?,'iR' I I B: WF AS2 Roy CAMANGLIN A, Az 1 it . A52 ZI-IRIQSHNXI NIIQNGISTI' .XSZ TROY NXIIG,-ING AS2 JAY X1-KI L JR AS2 SA NIUEI. WATSON .IR 'M ASZQAXU NA KIA SOL? DE RS ,xsz ARTU RO s,xx'r0s A52 DENNIS TADE0 -.1--1"" ASZI ANWSXYI SA NI L' ICI, . A53 CHEYN wlxlmlvlml A53 PABLO ALAOAN 4.-.. Riff A53 DOUGLAS BODNAR AS3 MICHAEL BYRD AS3 JOSHUA CANTRELL AS3 FERDINAND DEGUZMAN H ASSREBECKA GEYNIAN .XSS NIXITIIICW AK3 LEWIS IIANNA A , IIIANDIZRSON ,XS3 GEORG I2 I .ONG AS3 RYAN DUBOW AS3 LUIS I.l'NAK 'OSNI If AS3 JASON MCFADDEN I AS3 PAUL VELA SOHRAB M I AS3 WCALTER ROMAN AS3 EARL SALVOSA A53 SACIIIN SINGH A53 FLANIKO TEI AS3 MICHAEL AS3 JOHN VELLA WILLIAMS AZAN JOSHUA . . . - ' 'f N . ISEPII SMI1 H MCNUTT A5 x K AN JENNIFER ADAMS ASAN NATH ANI EI. AI .BIC RTS ASM RICHARD lsmom ASAA PABLO FLORESALAS I I fa 5 .5219 I A I vap- ! 1' v T e Q sxsv-s ,mx 5491-v f -W. ,A.,,' . ivwwx ?j.:9'5i,,:, '-A-P .-...-111: f . a 1? 'L'-, X., -tx IQ ef - LY Mr 5 4 Y - I H f . I .XT 5., " ' 1 'E 5+ Us U 'Q 11, 'f C .141 y .A ef f :lk- , I 'EE - - V L ,.,. .- vi' J 1. ag G i . iii: ' fy ,5 i , I - I 1 1 p 2 I r 1 , u l 1 2 E E 1 1 n 2 1 i I 1 2 K X 5 6 , ga 5,1 H O 5 E ,, W3 A, '.-fr., ,-'- ., w . I i X., ' 1 '.1. 4,1 'jp' " 3 PK '. it 'X X :M xg v' . 9 1 ,'- L X QI. -A- . , .6 X , L . . f Q -1 ., ,. 4 1 Ur' H ...-ff" A x H ..- . I Q 'A'AQ..W - ,WJ .IEJIRJM EJ I A, PJ- I """' D ' 9 AIR Boss MINI Boss CDR ROBERT SCHRADER CDR JUHN MCCABE the uninformed observer, the colors are confusing. Red, blue, yellow. green, purple and white jerseys shift around the flight deck. To the initiated eye, the movement displays a coordinated flight deck under control. With over 700 personnel, the Air Department is the largest department on the USS GEORGE WASHINGTON. From the 7"' deck fuel pump rooms to Primary Flight Control nested up in the 0-10 level, the Air Department works around the clock to ensure our aircraft are launched and recovered safely and effectively. The blue and yellow shirts of V-1 Division defy the elements on the Flight Deck while shifting and moving aircraft hundreds of times each day. Their award-winning Crash and Salvage Team keeps a constant watchful eye to ensure safety and address emergencies. The green shirts of V-2 Division put meaning to the term 'elbow grease' as they maintain four steam catapults and four arresting gear systems as well as flight deck electrical and lighting systems. They won accolades from AIRLANT for their efficiency in launching and recovering aircraft and prove daily that ha The blue and yellow shirts of V-3 Division work diligently in the Hangar Bay to shift alrCl'3ft to facilitate maintenance efforts. lf an aircraft needs repairs, they'll make sure it has a sP0'm and a way to get there. You'll never find an empty fuel tank on the Flight Deck while the 'Grapes' ofV 4 Division 21' JP'5 Jef fuel IS In Constant demand for embarked aircraf't and V-4 works tirelessly to ensure and b ' ht f ' ' 1 '- rig uel is pumped hom the bottom of the ship to the aircraft's tanks. The white shirts of V-0 Division assure the Air Department takes care of its own Han VGQUIFCHICIITS for over 700 personnel is no easy task, but they succeed in making sure are met. Additionally, division personnel m an vital flight deck and tower watch p0Slfl Terrorism h tt ' ' - U as 3 emllfed to flll America with uncertainty and fear. George W21Shll1gt0 has committed itself to protecting the freedom and h f t . Oil , ope o our great coun ry you ll find the heroes that wo k l - - support of national objectives r Ong hard hours ensuring the deck IS ready to launch . YV 9 V , s g I Q g 1--U I l'r'f'-milf N' " ' I -wana!-QQ S the hub ofthe entire Air Department, over 700 sailors depend upon the v outstanding administrative support provided by the finest V-0 Division in l he Fleet! From evals and awards to re-enlistments and retirements, every M ladministrative needs are met with unmatched attention to detail. E' et of vita Prosid' ing 24!7 service with a smile, the Air Admin personnel are hard chargers homing great pride in leading the World's Greatest Air Department to excelle Whether staffing the office, manning the LSO platform, or filling vital positions in fl-oltnwer, V-0 personnel are truly levels above the rest! he con 1 f LCDR MICHAEL SINGLETON LARSON JR AN AMANDA AUGER AVERY LCDR DENNIS CALLAHAN .-KBECQAXWSWJ .loss ABFClAXYl , , , , FIGYEROA RICHARD PUTNXW ABE1 NESTOR P,-inns sci so-nu uoasox , : , L . go 4 wsiuvn Rosirvw no . , . Asus ALICEA ALBi:R'ro AB' 3 'fq"fDSM" V i AEH3 JEREMY WOODS amino BOWIE A l. - sa -- a l .- 44 44k'1'f ,fe vii' '.. ' Q Wg? if 3? ,- - if , 3,5 A f f m! g r- " " ' n g' - .2 S2 351 5- 51-37 kr. 11? i 5 ,Y E 1 X I S- ' ir .. Q 06143 ill 1 T ...fx J ,.. AN RIIORY BENJAMIN AN RICHARD REYES ,C , Q A AN JERENIY AN REBECCA FREEMAN HALBARDI ER AN SAMMY HEAD AN TAKYIA AN MELISSA ROMAN AA AMANDA CUSIC AA P.-Xl'l. POST ATAA JUAN C it AA TONY SWEARENGIN V 7 .-- 3 ,f .... F7 f i J 'fe 1 AR MARCUS BENNING pn.. .f 4 1- C AR ANDREW KIDD SSW--4 xg , R , ' l l"t'lf f--- ..J... "- he record breaking performance of USS George Washington's V-l Division played a key role in the success of the deployment. Operations in the North Arabian Sea and Arabian Gulfincluded over 36,000 aircraft moves in support of0perations,ENDURlNG FREEDOM and SOUTHERN WATCH. The V-l Division provided a crucial link leading to CVW-l 7's impressive sortie completion rate while setting a benchmark in Flight Deck performance standards across the board. Many ofthe V1 Division's young men and women left Norfolk in June 2002 as inexperienced but excited Sailors, eager to learn their jobs, make a difference, and see the world. ln exactly what they did! They came, they saw, and they CONQUERED. retrospect, that is LTJG RONALD RANCOURT lflllfi ANIDRICXX VONNER lflllli DEREK NYll,l,lANlS .Xlil lf 'SL-WV!SNVl NllC'llAEl. 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'R AISI I3 CODY DIYDLEY ABII3 MARK FAIITER ABH3 PEDRO FIGUIEROA ABII3 RENEE IJLORIQS ABII3 .IORICNGIQD FONT ABH3 MICHAEI. ABH3 COOPER COPPEDGE Dx. ABI I3 STACEY NIABRY W Q j 1 Away A I1 ABII3 CIIANDA INCS ABII3 D. JENSEN ABII3 RICHARD JOHNSON .XBII3 ICRIC' .IONI-IS .KBII3 NIIC'I'IAIil. KFEN ABH3 NIFIIUIAS LAY ABH3 JOSE NIARTINEZ ABH3 DAN NICHOLS it-s. XIII I3 SIIICLIA NOTIII-IM ABII3 JAMES PARRISII ABII3 K.-XILXIS RODRIGLZIQZ ABII3 LUCINDA STODDARD ABII3 IiI,IlZD SANIIAGO ABII3 I,-VNC 'IT SCIINIIITI' ABII3 EDNION D SCOTT ABII3 YKTIIAN SIIAXY -ff ABI-I3 PI ERRIF1 TIZASLI-IY :- 'bn ABII3 .IAIM E VALENCIA 2 A BI I3 K IiI,I,Y WAIfI'ERS AN MELVIN ALEXANDER I I I N I ,-I lin AN CI IRA ALLEN JN 'I ,J AN ANG ELA AN DICRSON AN JUAN ARACON AN CASSA N DRA BERC -Q 'U-In-. . .f-wma-Yhlvlf 5-. 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WARD Qi AN NIARCELO suNc,x ABHAN NI,-XTTIIEII' WEISS I ll? -x ABHAN CURTIS WILKERSON II AA CODY ABSHIER AA LEE ALLEN AA ROBERT BLACKRICK AA CALEB BRADSI-IAW AA LASIIEDRA BIIRKS AA CHRIS FITCH AA BRA N DC I N CORNVIN Q Us AA JON ELO REZ AA JUSTIN DAVIS AA RYAN DIDONIINICUS AA MELVIN DREW AA BERNARD Gl,7I.l.ETT AA SCIIAVONNE HOLMES AA ROY JACKSON I ,Si AA STEVE .IU LLET AA JOSEPH LINTON ' nf 3 .X f , Y .A,, 5 an AA CINNAMON KIRKLAND AN MIRANDA KORTENDICK AA S'l'IfYIiN LOPICZ AA .IOSEPII I.lfl'O ,. .. f s AA RYAN LAMBERS AA CRAIG LAN D fu-"' .XA C'I,IN'I'ON NIARTIN gf, AA DEREK MARTIN AA JONATHAN MYERS SS" I AA KEIIIIE RICHARDSON AA MICHAEL STEAGALL AA FLOYD PARKER ABHAA DAYLON PEGLJE 397' V I N M ROBERT AA TY RONI. SANDII-I-,R Sc,lm5lIWR AA .Xl ,lil-IRTO Pl-IREZ JR AA EDVIN PICART A A SHAVVN SE ESE 'XA LERON Sl'IiXC'I-IR ABHAA .lnumimll M JOSH STEWART s'r1:wAR'r ABIIAA SOLOMON TIIONI PSON AA DANTE TISDALE 5 : ' H , -55? . Q: F'f5,7 AU- 1, 15, X 52,451 r , I I E . 5 Z . 5 2 X Z S i 1 : r 2 2 i I 2 a..k....,K.. - .M.....-........ I I i I I S S 2 V ' 5, ' X135 L ,AJ ' gale : I L. " I if -26.2 I IMI gf I --JIT , . - Dug, Ye? ABHA N IHAUL WEST AR .l UAN ARBOLEDA AR DOUGLAS ASHFORD AR ANTOINE BERRY Q AR RLTPI-IRT EDEN IV ABIIAR JAMES FANNON AR RICKY FREEMAN AR NICHOLAS GERLICK AR SH.-X NE AR TRAVON HARPER AR GARY SCIIEERER JR AR .XLI-IXNNDER HAYES AR KENNITH HOOPER AR MARC OCHOA W?"- AR WILLIAM STROBLE AR .IEREMIE TUBBS AR GERALD WANYA AR wus Rr-'ERA Q wLonARSKl I 5 ' J vig if .u fx f .IQ ood, Better, Best. Never rest until your good is better, and your better is est." This describes the over 200 personnel in V-2 division. Maintaining and operating 4 steam catapults, 5 arresting gear wires, and the Improved Fresnal Lens Optical Landing System CIFLOLSJ, they ensure the safe launch and recovery of all aircraft during arduous combat operations. Working long hours with little rest is a common trademark of the V-2 team. Sporting green jerseys and weary smiles, these young men and women take great pride in launching and recovering a 30-ton aircraft in an area smaller than a football field. Although averaging a mere 22 years of age, they definitely can be counted on to get the job done!! . .. 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ABIC3 DAN I Ii I , WINTERS AZ3 .IOSEPI-I EM3 CHRIS WRIGHT VVOODRU FF AN CHRISTOPI-IER BAKER AN CALEB BARKLEY ABEAN JOEY BULERIN L l YI 1 -if G.. ,I mgygs CROXTON AN C..xLv1N DAVIS AN ANGEL DE1,G.fxn0 ABEAN GEMRD ABEAN CfxTHERINE 4' DINDIAL DUFFEY DEDRES ESCOBAR x P' T ,pf I ,NN DYSTIN FORTENBERIU AN JOSEPH FOSTER fi' AN GEORGE GILES AN PRESTON GOODELL ,ip AN COURTNEY HAMPTON AN SEAN HELMS AN JOHN HAVVORTH ABEAN CONNIE HENRY ICFN KELVIN HOPKINS AN ALPHONSO HOWARD 1 . I... 5 5 11" 1, .P A AN ANTONIO JONES AN KATHLEEN KATORA LAMONT LURKS AN DAVID NIC'NIAS'I'ER X ABEAN CLARENCIZ IAN If II ABEAN FELIPE MUNOZ --In-fn I .St H-:iii fi'ff11P' 'f ' If , .'-!",' , ,ld Jin! '- , R' V' ABEAN BARBARA PEVERELLE AN KEITH ROBERTS AN KALEEF SHA BAZZ AN DANIEL SKAGGS ABEAIN ST ANIIE AA GEORGE AN GEOFFREY VANCE xx coNs1',xNcixz w, AN WILLIAM f WE WELBORN AA TARIQ AQUIL JR BALDERRAMA 91 AA ANOTHONY BARTIK AA TIMOTHY BEAR AA TEN I LLE BI LLUPS AA CHRISTOPHER CINARDO FL.: wir "-xg ,LVL . 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ABEAATIFFANIE ABEAA BROCK RACKLEY REDMOND AA ALEX REVILLA Hg, A P - nr- i I xx .-,Q 1- If - 3--, 5 I X-J ... 3 V V I -Fl :lf .7522 5 AA RITII RIDRIGUEZ M MONIQUE ROGERS ABIEM v,u.lclux-3 lmrmi AA H EIDI WLAN' ER AR LARRY ALLEN AR ERIC EPPERLEY 1' , , AR ORLANDO MORALES AR COLIN ROGERS AR DAVID SHERLEY AR BLAIR DOULI'I'TLIi AR QUINTON MOTON AR CANDACI2 NOER AR If RA YC 'ISIQ HALL I 'E fi AR CHARLES 0'NEILL MJuL11az5u5A AR BRENT IIELTOX AR LAURA Q , 7:3 -55 " "?X. ...f-'IO' n the land where mere inches is "plenty of room" to move 30 ton aircraft live the world's finest Aviation Boatswain's Mates Handlers QABHQP - USS George Washington's I-Iangar Deck QV-33 Division. The hard charging, motivated ABH 's ofthe Hangar Deck keep their work tight because they must consistently make tight moves. They are the embodiment ofthe Navy's core values - Honor, Courage 8a Commitment. USS George Washington Hangar Deck Division - Keepin' it tight, doin ' it right. ,xsnctqfxwp .XISIIIMXU V ,xmmawy BRENDA kxox lu1xxl,ols,xll,lQx um' INN "" 'M lm" xichorri iuixmzizsow ABH imvy c'mzNEl.l, w,u,'ril0LfR RICKY YOUNG A B H I KAWY S W1 ABII2 SCOTT DUTY XISIIZ JOHNNY HARRIS LC DR STEVEN SCHMIDT ABHIKAVU PHILIP N.-XRDl'f'C'I ABIIZ RUSSELL JONES ABH3 CENA Ill .OODNYORTI I g ABI-I3 ERIC CLEAR -fw E 1 ga 'Au 4 4 Ti' ,1-1 a ..Il.I 1 .--if-A-IJH 1 N . X x -. ABII3 'IUNIAS LOPEZ ug- ABH3 KORAI, Vll' KERS ABII3 IVAN NIARSIIALI. ABI I3 WI I .I AI A NI ABIAI3 ROBIiR'I'O fNICfI.AIiI-IN NIENDEI,I,IN AN GREG ADA MS .KN .I.-XXI.-XRC'l'S ROI X I-QR AN JAMES CIIIPNIAN .IR ,xx I..fX'I'.-XSIAIAC0AKl,I-QY QW MRA CONKHZ ,un-mx x1,xT'ruEw CRUWLEY ABH3 LOUIS SHELTON ABII.-KN RANDALL AN umm ABHAN .mms BREE5 ABHAN DAWSON AN ANTHONY D l Nl.-KSCIO ?"":'TR ..J... 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W Y F 8, I Air -,fi AA B RAN DON WI-1l.l.lNG'I'UN R A A DAVID YVILSON i AR KENNETII AIJANIES .J AR SEAN CUNROY Q 4 AR ADAM I-llmmx 'Uk- -Q ,.5M3:,. ,,..,., ' 1 PSQ .4- AR MICHELE ALSTON AR WILLIANI BARDO AR ASHLEY BECK AR DAN CARTER , , , AR wu.l.l.m . . xg ERICGRIMES x x oR1'Rr w DRUMHNJAER XR u lc , R J, xm,c . .L , . .REER f AR ANNNIARIE 4 mlm RA ,x R .I mx I-:'r'rr: s.u.,xs AR DARIEL SERRANO AR DAVID all-1 -Y-i-ill! he 135 men and women of V-4 Division amassed some impressive numbers during deployment including receipt of more than I8 million gallons of fuel, and distribution of more than l7 million gallons to embarked aircraft. The ' Quality Assurance Lab was responsible for taking thousands of fuel samples each month resulting in a total of more than 30,000 during the deployment. During an average day of flight operations, 140 to 150 birds were refueled for a total of more than 14,000 aircraft during cruise. Not only did V-4's "GRAPES" pump fuel to aircraft, they provided gasoline to various pieces of EOD and SEAL Team equipment. They also provided Aviation Lube Oil to the catapults, J P-5 to yellow gear, liberty boats, and emergency diesel generators. LTJG osx1AYToRREs Cwoz C'l.ll-'l"URD lcvxss .3-Qt ' ABFCQAWXSW3 ABFCMYWSWJ DAVID LEE EDGAR RAMIREZ A B F21 AWy ABFZQAVW JERENIIE GOH L JACOB ll ICKS Q ABF3 CRAIG ASHFORD ABF3 PHILIP BARCIA LT C 'ATI-IERIN E BOULWARE 'RHI- .KBI-TSQAXYSXYJ .IA Nl ES N A llli,-Xl' .xnrcmvfswp :cimpuzim nouxmio ,- ABFIKSWIANX y DANIEL BENTON .llllfltl-NWI ABFIQAWQ CllRlST0l'llER GORTA BRIAN VVILSON ABF2 CIIRISTOPHER NlliYl-I R , , ABF3.-KNGIE ,uzrz.1osi. REQUENA ARIAINMMLN ABF3 .IEFFRI-IY BENN ETT E4 ABF3 GREGORY ics s'r.xNl.,Ev Bunn: BURTON '--.ff .lui - i'-ll N was i f-4 ,. 4411, 3-A , " 5 fra . .yay . r W 5 H.: ii? W I LH 'ISP' QE - 3 , '-2 R' il 13:7 A B F36 ANU -"BW BRYUN BUS" .msox ci-xRRol.L X 1 .N ABF3 RAYMOND VICRDA ABF3 CLAYTON IIADLEY .Xl3If3i.'XWl BRANDON JONES ABF3 JAMES JEFFERSON ABF3 SHICRRY LANIJOXNSKI ABF3 THOMAS KR,-XYETZ 3 ABF3 TAK1-:LA um 5 ABF3 BRANDON 5.7. ABF3 JOHN PETERSON ABF3 DANIEL RIGGIO ,xnF3g,-my 4 MLESMSIIM .xlsl-311 Rus SIMMONS H ABF3 NOAH SINWEL1. ABF3 q'R'5T0PHER s mxmx , A . . , ABF3qAwy .mn 3 .loux SANTAINA ROBERT SCAUCE ABF3 ABF3 CARL TRAMU, ins A B F3 ADA M WA L L E R AN ANTRICE ALEXANDER AN MOISE DESIR M: , 5 -nr, :' .U n gs.. -'fixfhl "1!.',:' ' . ABFAN ROBERTC RIGC ABFAN MARVIN ASPINWZALL Ss' AN ROY BENSON .X N ICN! Nl l'f'I'T BLOVNT ABI-'AN BILLY BLOW AN C'llRlS'I'OPIIl'fR BRANTNER "W ABFAN JASON COLEMAN KN BR ND COOPFR NBFNNFIX DXNIDIIR NBYAN KX LRI AN C UINIAN KN Cl FON JAC KSON nk AN lxRlb FINA TVIARAN ' , I E - 1 -wmv.-'vm-rv W1 15 . . 1 1 41. , 1 X X f. 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NIYNICIXI, AA JOAQUIN TELL0 I AA LUCIA YBARRA AR MICHAEL CAMPUZANO 'iff AR MICI'I.-XEI, CIARLONI Rf AR BRIAN EVANS AR .l0SIIl'.-X LEWIS ABFAR VINCENT OGRODNY AR NIYRON PRATT ABFAR ADAM SIMONS AR MARCUS TIPPINS E ' 5 r if I I EE I I I I AR .IEREMIAII VOLDEN I L1 A - I ui, 4.2.-M .311 .., 'Wm ,N 1.4233 , f""Z"' M Br, B. Y ,.,' , , 6 'X N I e v an u.s. N v R 511331 .D is-sa J e COMMAND CHAPLAIN CDR BRADFORD E. ABLESON I DEPA F ' DOI crewmember as Guaranteed b th C t tut f th O y e ons 1 lon o e United Sta ' V, This work is done by three GW chaplains, the Wmg Chaplain fro 1lCh1ef-Rehglous ProgramrSpec1al1st, four staff Religious Program Specialist Af t t f .zjignated Command Lay Leaders representing a variety of religious traditlo '1,' ' At sea, CRMD is responsible for over 50 religious programs a weelg pr V"O no mental acts of ministry over the course of the cruise With a bond of con f counsel many hundreds of shipmateson a wide variety of issues ranging 0 A personal problems. A daily flight deck prayer aiter FOD walk-down and H 'to flight ops punctuates life at sea for many who work in the dangerous and Aviation CRMD also operates the ship s L1brary!Learn1ng Media Resou ymany as 700 Sailors a day' and each d , ay over 400 check their email on C Additionally, CRMD provides extensive supplimental programming to i M n anagement Course, an ongoing Divorce Recovery! Prevention Grou an A G6 ' , P, United-Through-Reading" Program that now holds the record for Navy S book f th ' ' ' - U ' s or elr children, and Community Relations Projects that improve the visit. CRMD is also the GW hub for Pr D l U e- ep oyment and ReturnlReunion tagce from the American Red Cross and Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society. ach shipmate lS a VIP to CRM D From Divin - - e worship to email services, those with whom we serve-and th ' ' ' ' - ' ' 0 ommand Rehgious Ministries Department ensures the free exercis i. - - ' 0 1 A' V s ' n ' ' ' n 0 5 I lf ' ' I in U I 1 I . 5 . l , Q y l I r RJ n d I I t l eir families-is what the GW Spirit is a sm 5 ssi2 1 12906 5, I V-f1l1'.'1':'i,::QJ4-.f , , army V ' xl '. ii. G5 A ax WW Q . L . - - H . 9 QPLAIN G0 Nclizgff Q-cuss -c-H 1vpQ:i-vwwmpfnn-an-w,vn.4rv-Y'-'1"" " ' 1" 'tv 1 LCDR JOSEPH CERIELLO LT MICHAEL GREEN RP2 KELLY KEYS RP3 VERNON WASHINGTON n in .wt- V 17 4, ,.. p Y. RP3NicHoLAus S, ,, . . , , RPSN maiocoxm ZAMPARELLO M 5"Am0N Gm BBS PHILLIPS A N RAYVONNE ST RON IA N AN TRICIA L WEST 45? "Almighty God, I VL At the end of this day in which we fired shots in anger, we thank you for the safe return of our aircrews as well as for the Safety of every person on this ship. We ask that the labors of our entire Battle Group would result in a durable peace where free people can live without fear. Now Lord, we ask that you would be with the crew of our ship and Wing through the night, and that in your infinite mercy -. - I va I 1 , Q Wou d watch over all who will be involved ln tomorrow s evolutions. Use our efforts to create a better world, Lord, and ' A protect our families while we are away. This we ask in your name. Amen. Goodnight own' Evening Prayer on the day of GW's First Combat Strikes in Operation ENDURING FREEDOM T-his medium :S CSD U.S.Guvurmm:r1t Property SF 71011-873 , . . X i g l V lx I., 'ai ,. V-1 5 ha. --:paw J -- -ns., , 'v J- , .4 -f... -.- ,- .nv K A K 15 pf A f nur' Y. A fi me XL ig. Q I v 4... AI X. i J. I -3 ff Ol 1. r . 79.-2' 1 f,. gs ' up i . 1' 4 if . 3: Z tiara y . 3 D ,D jjj IJ ,Ei 'ff ' :il I COMBAT SYSTEMS OFFICER COMBAT SYSTEMS CDR GRETCHEN HERBERT CDR DIANE WEBBER ombat Systems Department consists of a skilled and highly trained team of professionals that is responsible for the proper operation, maintenance and repair of the ship's multi-million dollar electronic equipment suite. Under the direction of the Combat Systems Officer, the department consists of seven divisions, administered by the Departmental Leading Master Chief Petty Officer and Departmental Yeoman. i The Department is divided into two functional areas of responsibility, the Combat Systems Maintenance branch, and the Combat Systems Information branch, each led by a Principle Assistant to the Combat Systems Officer. Under the direction of the Combat Systems Maintenance Officer QCSMOJ, the Maintenance branch consists of three divisions, responsible for the maintenance of all RADAR, Communication, Navigation and Weapon systems. The Combat AUG 01-AUG 02 Systems Information branch, under the leadership of the Combat Systems V - - . SWIAVWBEN Information Officer QCISOJ, consists of four divisions, responsible for the HCM operation and maintenance of the ship's unclassified LAN, classified LAN and associated equipment, information Security and all exterior communications. .Lge r f F E I ? ', .E LCDR KENNETH , 1 ELLARD LT EA. lxlhl, -1- v FCCM QAWISWJ CESAR PEREZ LT ANDRE COULD ETC'f.MWSW'5 ITCSQI4 P FJ MICH AHL C-XRPENTER DOIQGI -1.9 HFI DFRNIAN YT"-r' YN3 KAREN YE UNC ull' "ii, I 5 ,. ,RJ in i. G. L' ,,. nl- w gr i. 5. 1 ht r mf- ':. 3 I ' of 'H' ,arm .K . ' ., - gin I B, ' ji is E 3 ei V ., Q kwin. 1 he Sailors of CS-1 Division consist of Information Systems Technicians, who are responsible for the operation of the ship"s external communications suite comprised ofthe latest C41 technology. They establish and maintain all tactical voice, video and data communications systems. Additionally, they control, route and manage all record incoming and outgoing Naval Message Traffic. In short - Thev D provide all connectivity between the ship and outside world. Our motto is "WELCOME TO FRONT STREET? lil'-IG smfznm Roma rrcs cn,uu.ics PERRY ITCQSNW MN JAMES xnaiirox mfswl ERIC BROWN m JOHN NEW l'r1J.-xNlCERrolsi2i.l, V'1fl-ISW1 l.l.,c.H , V . - RISHAN UMW, WHASENE RONNII- VHNRI l' A - , . ARMSUN comm oizciuin ? l'I'2 CHRIS CIIRISTOPIIER IT2 JOHNNY JENKINS 5 f ' Y 9 F: IT2 TIIONI.-XS COOPER ITZ NIICIIAICL G.-KRCIA .pr-ill I'I'2 CI'IRlS'I'OI'I'IIiR I-I ATI ICOCK IT2 LEOPOLD JARRETT II2 ARNOLD .IOPK II2 BRXNIJY NI XCQISIRO II2 SI l.'XN'I',XY I'If'I'Ii RSOY IT2 YIFOLIC I'IlIl.I.Il'S ITZ .I 'XNIIE PROPST , , - , , IT2 YERNECI.-X If2 ABIANIIL ROBERIS SHUBERT II2 I'.Xl'I,T.-XYI,OR l'II2 BRANDON URICK "7 f I IT3 DERRICK CAVE ITSA LYDELL SMITH is 9 17 YL jf-- ' W' x N! Q... eil nformatlon Assurance!CS2 s mlsslon IS to ensure avallablllty lIlt6gl'ltV, and conildentlallty of the mformatlon svstems, miolmatlon, and appllcatlons used n planning, dlrectlng, and coordinating, and controlling forces ln the accomplishment of the mlsslon of the Battle Group Commander and GEGRGE WASHINGTON warilghters We ITCCSWD ITVSW ll? TXRX IS RON Dl x MARY WILLIANIS xx tm noun 1 ITIILISDIXI !"""" W.,-1 iff! mg-- -Q-1 e...---1 s--it an kim sm-Q tt -gmt 11 's.. 91 Q 1 ls"-:Qi 1 Q,-L55 Sur. b:Q Qi i N 5 5 Nh QQ .-Q Q ij ssh Q s55-, 1 ii -iii- xi ,X Q it y M ,1,L. ' .1 1 'U 'y.-' 1 51' S-3, GW's Automated Data Processing Division, provides administration and d Sh board Networking System maintenance with the Integrate lp d Su ly Systems CNTCSS ID, the Ships IISNSJ, the Naval Tactical Comman pp C trol Dis lav System QSCDSJ. and the Voyage Management System CVMSJ. The 011 P . ISNS is the ship's local area network that provides email and Internet services. The NTCCS II suite provides access to supply, aircraft maintenance, ship's maintenance, Th Sh' 'S Control Dis la System and admin software applications and databases. e lp p y I S t QVMSJ rovide navigational charts and QSCDST and Voyage Management ys em p data for the CO, OOD, and Bridge Team . ADP also answers trouble calls, repairs and installs unclassified ADP hardware and software for 5,500 GW LAN customers. I itcqswmw ALLEN KELLER ETIQ,-mvswy ERNESI' wu .L ITZ KASANDRA DUNN IT2 BERNADETTE MATHIS ETCtAW!SWj , Q 1 ' ll I Fl'.LlC'lA BROXVN ITI JOSEPH JOYNER VICTOR ROSS Q,-ff" ,ai l CW02 IT1tSwfAwy MICHAEL MORGAN SR -1.--AA W mtsm Nll m KAMESHA D l... '31 V ' ET2 CARL REAMS mqswy THOMAS ckoss IT2 LARRY SC URLOC K IT2 JAMAD SMALLS IT2 C I-IALSIE WIDENER IT3 AMA N DA FA RRUNV IT3 XVESLEY GRIFFIN ET3 JASON HEINEMANN C N, X 5 X , m' 1 I ? f 1 .V .II V I , , A Ar -, f ,,,- , .1 if 4 .X IT3 RICHARD MARTINEZ If , PSEC2 IT3 GRANT PEREGOY 7,- W IT3 STEVE I-IAAG ET3 SCOTT II.-XI.LOXVS IT3 RAMONA IT3 JOHN SCOTT SHEFFIELD H ET3 D. NIH-XSHINGTON ITSA LAKITA COREY e 'V l flag FG :Ffa at ' c ' ez ll I ' ' ' to maintain and administer Tactical lnformationllntelligenge ur mission is systems, METOC systems, Advanced Combat Direction, and Command! Control Processing systems, to provide the ability to continuously process h ve a large volume of information rapidly, from multiple independent and exe ang sources, extending it to the desktop PC or Tactical Data System users. Also, to ' l and non tactical tTnTl systems, classified and non-classified include tactlca - ' f rmation sharing METOC Global data to METOC user, seamless connectivity in o , between Afloat and Ashore units, Regional Commanders, Component Headquarters 1 , , d the Unilied CINC Our Vision is to engaged in expanding the tactical an . commanders' advantage in information exploitation, protection, and attack. -. gnjt I i , MR. JESSE YARBROUGH ETCQSWJ cums nouns 'TC CARLOS ETf'ffW'fSlWSl'3LJ EVERFIELD KENNETH SW,-XLLOWS m DEVON BOW m MICHAEL m TYRQNE HAGGERTY SINGLETON ET1 RICHARD s'rovER En CgR'5T?1PHER ,fig ff 1 --4.-x-.,'-sa-..-.-.W .um ll . - 1 ... .J 'Ng X F 5 ITZ MORRIS DILLIGARD ET3 MARK DLTRRANT IT3 LUCIANO RAMOS ., Q5 ET 1 qswmwy K, I rw ' - 'J .I 11 ..:--Ll 1 J he mission of Combat Systems Radar Maintenance Division is to provide continuous Radar and Air Navigation support throughout the Ship, Airwing, and Battlegroup. This is done by maintaining l00'V0 operability of all Radars, Beacons, and Carrier Air Traffic Control equipment on board USS GEORGE WASHINGTON. Through exacting maintenance practices, the highest level of technical expertise and absolute dedication to customer service, we provide a itinuous Air Surface, and Air Navigation picture to our wartighters throughout cot . . the battlegroup. Additionally we provide uninterrupted beacon services to our pilots in the air. ii- ' 1-:J 7'--' flu. , -.1 ' f , QM A ' 1,5-, fi -fi' R - 1 52 rv Yr N """"l ETI tSW'l RICHARD ELLISON mztswi FCMSWB 5 PETER RENIERE wud, ,vm S HNDFRS A ' JASON CLARKE A . Ml-2L1NoA BLACKSHEAR 'E Fczqswy L MICHAE 1 - ' ET2tsw, ,, V A LFOSTILR oEsMoNot:Al.Lu1N I xKF?1lStsxv, ETMSWMW, ' HASLAM DARRYL HILL i "'!?' Emsxn TIDERE HMIILTO. lf. T T Y s., ng, ALBERT IA N. 't " t if X. 2 -Q 'W fl Q ac? Yi " ., V lt 1 L .,f ,,., .45 , 3 'f wr ,f. 1 'Tj' 'F -:ff . A ' L "'-lr, 1,7 ' '.'1'?fw2' fl, ' ' ' f .7 ETZISWQ JOEL LLNGRIN f FCZQSWI PAUL ZETI' E I, F-T3 KEVIN H EGDE I . ,...,-.......4 if , ETZISVVI CIHIAD xmksll.-x1,1. lmmilrr POSSEIII. FCZISVVJ ET2c.4xwfsw3 JUSTIN snom L ET2 LUKE TURNER l-T ET3 CHE COBB BRANDON ENGLISH ET3IAWfSVVI ROBERT ESTRELLA ET3 MATTHEW ET3fSNVj IIETRICK BRIAN I'II'I'C'IIC'OC'K ET3 JILLIAN HOLCOMB ET3 JOHN JEMISON E13 PAUL NARDINI ET3 CH RISTOPHER ETISISWI OSIME KEITH SCHRAITLE ET3fAW!SNVJ TATRICIA WASHINGTON ET3 MARC VVERNER I 2:-3' .lil H 4-2 la! N S7 Division provides Self Defense ofthe ship againstAnti-Ship Cruise Missiles CASCMJ and low flying aircraft's by utilization of NATO Sea Sparrow Missile System LNSSMS MK 57 MOD 31, Close-ln Weapon Systems CCIWS MK 15 MOD 145, and the Target Acquisition System QTAS MK 231, CS7 division personnel are both the operators and maintenance technicians for all three systems, Additionally, CS7 provides all ordnance handling requirements and reloading of the NSSMS 84 CIWS. Advanced Combat Direction System QACDSJ responsible for the preventive and corrective maintenance and material condition of all ACDS computer, display equipment, and the command and control processor fC2PJ. FCC Awfsw , . , , Smmlb AHMLD FCCISXU .Lmrs FUNK ,Fccfsm FC C GWWSELD KURT LAWSON CHARLES HILL Fcz MICHAEL AHRENDT FC2tSWl DARYL BAKER FC2 TIFFAYNE DOUGLAS FC2 JOSEPH HOLYFIELD FC2 IAN J UNGLING BNN FC2 CHRISTOPHER MAFFEO V... FC2 ALBERT OFFREDI slr! C" FC2 JIMMY O'ROURKE FC2 JASON MITCHELL FC2 PATRICK P XTTERSON Cf' I C2 CHARLES POWELL JR FCP. JUSTIN SCHLEIER FC2 ROBERT SPARKS FC3 NIELYIN BROWN lllu-un-ng..--W - Y 1 ' f - : ,Y:,.....,.-,,,, a , 1 FEI Q ' suv A. FC3 STEPHEN CI ,.., XPP FC3 BRANDON CROSS I FC3 KASEY DETMER FC3 PAUL FARLETT FC3 JAMES GALYAN FC3 MAREDA HAFIDH FC3 AARON HANKS ,1 Qgi Ti . I . AI ii H Is Q. I I . ,L I I Ei 253 5155 if ive I WCP" IJlxy-?j '-L 5--1 FC3 BRYAN JULIAS FC3 MAUREEN WALSH . ,..-. R a p .T ,t , Q , s , 1 J-.. ....... T! VV c V23 'RO e mission of Combat Systems Communications Maintenance Division is to provide continuous external Communications for USS George Washington, embarked air wing and staff personnel. We also provide both secure and non-secure television throughout the ship, telephone internal and external to the ship, Navigation inputs from the ANXWSN-7 gyro and the underwater log. Wind indicating information used for aircraft and navigation. We maintain all Shipis copiers and perform Micro-miniature Electronics repair for any electronic modules on board the ship. Our goal is to maintain l000!0 operational availability of all communications and navigational equipment. lf... 1 Q R ' ' Q' . v . K UW? , H l-QTC' XllC'llAlil,TllEll-IN I mm WEL, ls,xs1l,c.uss1f.R1 ETC ROBERT mxugv RONNIE WHJLS ETI JOE CAPUTO pm ETI TERRY LONG ETI KENNETH THOMPSON CWO2 MIKE DAGNEY ICI NATHAN BARLOW ET1 SERINA HINES ET! NV-KDE RAY fv- ETZCSWJ BRIAN BEARDSLEE Q .R . Ig E xx' --nf .1 ll I... Ml .Af ET2 MICIIAI-QI, DICARING FC2 RICHARD GREENFIELD ET2 MICHAEL GUNN ET2 BRIAN RUSSELI, ET3 RICHARD BAKER ET2 BRIAN MILLER ET2 ROBERT ZIOLU ET3 ALAN CARLTON ICJ CARL DICKEY ET3 RYAN HAZI-lI,.TON ET3 RAUL MORALES IC3 OWEN REAGAN I was I r FI N as I ,A J ,, gi W 'fi IC3 JOSE FELICIANO :Cs ANTHONY , , , , ms rr.D11ANsHAw TC3 NATHANIEL DIERKES ET3 J.-XSON' .I,-XCKSUN HAMILTON IC'3 NIlfC"I'ARl' K.-KNIAIZA IC3 NIIC'I'I.-NEI. KLICBAK IC3 JASON NIITCIIELI. ET3 RICKY MOTLEY ET3 NESTOR NIEVE5 ET3 UTTO PIIILLIPS IC3 CHERIE RANSOM if ET3 MATTHEW' SHOFFSTALL QT7 ET3 JESSE TI'IlBS ET3 SARAH WATSON ICFN CHAUNCEY BLACK R tvs ICFN CASSANDR-K GASKINS ETSN JEFFREY STONE ETSN JAMES WALLS ICFN CNYEN .XIIICRICII ICF.-K TYLER IDDINGS I Z I I , - H.. M.-...f -.,.-.f ..-.....4.....-mn-u---.---,....,.W.......-........--.-.,,.,k.......,..,,,.,,,v I . .,.. ,.,..., .. ,,,,,,.R , , ,,....,,...g..,...-...- ,, A A , A - ,.--,..A...,.....,., ... 1. . .A .A -A .. , , , , , ,. ,, E. -W-.. Mwwnw H 1 I 4 'J-ff-' I a . fo 12 J f .A 'Jw Q V . 3 Q , f Q, Q, 1-.ini ' E5 2 JP 5. X Q 3 W .L , . f 1- '- M - '- . X karl!! FA . P 'il' 'rf ' ' aff: O if fl' Z ' 2 I Y B' Jul 1 5 y, Y 74,1 H, 5 mati s M 'V gg: .-'-1:5 Q 2 I I Ji .,, el' 459 gs .ill .f '.: F -1: ,-,f .4f"' , ,f i ' I x vt Eu fx 'AA ' 'alg?iw',,4"- ff- ' . .5 - N .43 'vb ' 1 f n .if 1,4 5 V' f' ' Jr. -'N , Q ,f".'7.'.v.-. l.. .'-..,.3i... . n -, - . ' . x -- .-as i -g .5 Q. ,,r.z..-'. ' ' H . ' 9' . 3 u ' 9 P 'N ' -, nv- K ,Q Q 'i -iflf ' 1,5 Q9""" S! ,T -, Ill P ! E , D V , ' Q 'ff' lil llelff' e',i'J T '!" rl E , IJ av li We 5 4' ' 3. 'E 2 DEPARTMENT LCPO BMC x1qsw1Awy ROBERT HIENRICHS FIRST LIELVTENANT LCDR KEVIN MASON eck Department consists of two divisions under the leadership of the First Lieutenant, LCDR Kevin ason. His primary assistants are the Assistant First LT, LTJG Regina Slaving Ship's Boatswain, CW02 EddieThomasg and Departmental Leading Chief Petty Officer, BMCM QSWIAWJ Robert Heinrichs. There are 120 personnel assigned, responsible for mooring, anchoring, and underway, replenshiments that include refueling of escort ships, B8zA Crane operations, and surface S.A.R. The' Department maintains and operates 8 underway replenishment stations, the Boat and Aircraft Crane, and the ship's ground tackle. FY ,"' y E rst Division is responsible for the care and upkeep of the ship's forecastle, various underway replenishment stations, forward mooring lines, port life boat . and maintenance of 128, 25-man life rafts. Their most important pieces of equipment are the two anchors and associated ground tackle. The anchors weigh 60,000 pounds each with 12 shots 11,080 feetj of anchor chain attached. Each link 1 weighs 364 pounds for a total chain weight of308,000 pounds per chain. This system ' effectively holds our 93,000 ton displacement ship in place even in 70 knot winds with a 4 knot current. cwoz some THOMAS BNICQSXVJ BNI 1 qsn l Bxl 1 qswy Bxizqswm BMMSXN mu MICHAE1, REILLY caifjizdim out xi vu 1, NlC'Dl'Flfll-1 sioxm' uL'Rll.m owls Kl,Ol'lfliR BNl3tSWl B313 ROBERT 1 ' B512 RUBERT moss Bm CLYDE CLAXON B513 TYREE immrtox RANDY KINLAW MCMANUS f B .U -1 , SN RICHARD . I 4. . . B513 DENNIS RMK B513 N ICTUR SN MK-Mini, lxnfms ss smut. :slums 4 3, 1 'rimtarwsls B.u,1.,xNCic 6 B 52 . YM ', L V , I Y N vw RTQOCK msn-IONDA E SN PATRICK BVERS SN BOBBY CUNDIFF SN mwmosn mms lll SFN :TEN If-2 HA - .lonssos L Z L. V di' E561 if SHAMBLIN z? -- -4 . X A . 9 llI',,lI' fn "x'l ,i A fi'-l',,R' , J.. I l YNSN KENNY SN RICCIIE JOHNSON MONCAYO SN KEVIN NIiWBOI.D SN CHA RON PRESSLEY 1 SN SIIINDRICA RICIIXRIJSON . BNISN MICHAEL SA NIARK NIC'Gl'lRIi 'Sl I+ SA MAURICE GRIFFIN SN LINDA RUCKS SA PISTIZR IIALL .IR SA ERNEST INMAN SA OK PARA AIAA IINIOTIIY POINCICY SR .IESSIE SA ROLAND RICHARDS SA JUSTIN ROLLAN D SA WILLIE gxN1'I'lfJNx-'cfA,x'l'IxB:xY' SR .IOANNA JAMES SR SARA MCCOLLIGAN xx lp ll,-, ' ' ,L N! ex a1l-QJx, by y , y econd Division is responsible for the care and upkeep ofthe ship's quarterdeck, escort refueling station, starboard life boat, ship's stern dock, various underway replenishment stations, small boats including the Captain's Gig, Sail Loft, Boat and Aircraft crane and Admiral's Accommodation ladder. All this responsibility is maintained by 60 Second Division Personnel. One of the most important jobs of Second Division is rigging the stern dock and running boats for ship's liberty in foreign ports while anchored. .... w., BMCQSVWAVVJ JOHN MINKLE SR gsmgwy BMZQSW1 BNIZISXYJ mizfswi BM3 Marissa MAURICE NORMAN iiiuc' xiiwrii Ews nmlirm' NELSON Room ifmi' B,xRTi,i21'T ag l Q BM3 NICHOLAS BERKSHI RE BM3lSWj . - .- NDREW GAMBEL TAFI-IARI FRANKLIN BMX xx BM3 COREY BYNUM BM3 GENE IIENRIE lll BM3 RASHID JALIL smqswp BM3lSWl EVERET LYoNs BETHANY MACDONALD BM3 ROBERT GLEASON BM3 KERI-LYNN KO B L E R BM3 STEPHEN MANKOWSKI Q3 v .rw ,i bV ar' pi xg :Xl , , ... , ,S.,n w., 12' ,L 1-4- BM3 llli,'XTHER MASTEN -f BMBQSWJ AMY PAYUK -W SN ERIK ,unsox SN GABRIEL BLACKMAN SN DARIAN COWARD SN SANTRY PATTERSON SN CHRISTOPHER SPURGEON BMSN JADE WAMBOLD SN Cf-YI' RE l , H LISAIN SN DELBERT PUTNAM SN CORY STEPHENS SN NTYESHIA LEYINGSTON SN JOSEPH HYMAN BMSN SN ALI mmun Swv Mqlg sm-:Pmznn .'f-3.r5.1I!'XIJ.'5xI.! IJ.. Y....':-3.IJ SN MARK FUENTES SN .IENNIFIQR GXIRICS SN JASON III-1l'I'Z sx DARIIFS HOSLEY SN IIUSSEPL Mc, Lx1,xRr.K xi XI - eo. f-.VL fxfk' 4' SN JEFFREY Mccm ,Mlm SN Faux MBNA sw ERICRA m mm SN SARA swAzUK SN JAMES CLIFFORD 'fill' . , ig gg ,' V .JI-g"f -LBJ! 1 Q ' -. ' 1,5 ,Q-r,1f5, 5. - :wk - ..1Nf-an I ,, ,...,f., SN CHRISTINA ODONI SN RFNE REX 'N X SN KEIONE GRIFFIN SN CARRIE HAVENS + '-4' ve-, , .3!1f2. 2, w' Lp J il - - 1,-. I i x 3 3 5 . ,,..--- 1 ff. g ,,..,w- wy .1 '1 I A-' ax CHERYL DENTAL OFFICER CDR JOHN BROWNING e Dental Department provides quality modern dental care to the 'WashingtonandCarrierAirWing Seventeen team. Our mission is to service and ensure all personnel maintain oral health. Dentalgservices on examinations. preventive treatments, oral surgery, and all phases offrestorative 'crowns to dentures. The clinic and laboratory are fully equipped wi the latest in order to provide the bestdental care possible. Additionally, the Dental! team in mass casualty Scenarios. o ' 4' ja DTCCSWIF sf-ff! ...z tk X' v .f,,- 1 Xn iff' EIA :km CDR DAVID HOBBS 'fl' LT JOSHUA EADES lfl' JOSEPH W'lGFIEl.D nT1qswfAwy .xnRrA IAL'DERDAl.E V mzfswp EVANGELIN DTZCSWIAWJ DTSQSWIAWJ BRADY ERIC JACKSON CHARLES ALBERT 4 G? DT3fAW!SXVj DEMARIO EILAND DT3 ELDRED HANDIE ms DUSTEENA , DT3fSWy NIACKHARY DNCSWIAWJ THOMAS , , . MULLICAN DT3 PORBERTU ROMAN WILLIAMS HOUSE JR DN-'AMA'1""fDSm M1 DN B 1 . Q , , . nNqAwp nwqswy uAqSxw RADLEY PENDLEY DN JEFFERY CARMINE JEREMIAH SAMS BERZAIN DEJESUS MARGENELL HONEY i 93.4 , v Li! Ls" A, fi A?-, , 2 ifu ., -. 553 ,A . .Zi t. .- .w C ,SJ 'swf- 1,- l i9'i!f'fQ ? LX2' fi 2. QC.. 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" Q x ff, LQ Xfvi 4 ix gs,Q,,.,.,' 1 ':.1,!', , .: .H - ,r -1 - i1iYL.l'Lf.,,- ,:1Q1.--- - I 1 3 ff, 1334 W wi 1, 'ff-" 4 li' 4 -. ,:-., iz, ' ': faiiviz ., C- - .-f:,fQ,p " ' "1-N rest, FQFQWN E ' a 'M I L5 .IJ .F5e.Ess argl ef- f Jgg, Hfif-aggwgg flu MMCMfSWlSWJ BRUCE MCDUGALD CDR KEVIN TORSIELLO CHIEF ENGINEER m 9 dlvlslons Led by the Chief Engineer, with the ald of talented Prmclpal As Techmclans Engmeerlng IS responslble for the operation, maintenance and upkee range of equlpment and systems throughout the ship These systems directly impact our prl fthe ablllty to launch and recover alrcraftj, as well as mamtam a high standard of shlpboar L1 e a ngmeerlng ns one of the largest and most dlverse departments, comprlsed of nearly 35 s m 1 for provldmg many "creature" comforts such as heatmg and anr-condltlonlng, fresh water an They also mamtam a wnde range of servlce systems lncludmg samtatlon, galley and laundr plastlc waste processing MISSIOH essentlal equipment Includes aircraft elevators and ca support equnpment for weapon and commumcatlon systems They also man the prxmarw response teams and mamtam their associated support systems ln addltlon to accom lmmeasurable amount of repairs throughout the shlp Engmeermg supports long ter mamtenance bv planmng all major upkeep periods and depot level avallabllltles Enough cannot be sand negardmg the far reachlng influence Engmeermg has on the com mtegratlon and operatnons, as seen on Amer1ca's finest alrcraft carrxer. The team of professlonals ln Engmeermg has an extensn e Impact throughout the shlp and IS I I I m I - "-1.5 .G f-:dw - - 'Z 'if - .,. ., . -Affvvv 2'-It-gf.,-L f 4 on , t e i e t l .E -'he Engineering Administration Section is the functional hub of the department. This team of professionals, consisting of four Yeomen QYNSJ, provides unequaled customer service and administrative support for over 350 officer and enlisted personnel. They ensure all evaluations, awards, correspondence, directives, leave, and designations are drafted, smoothed, tracked and processed expeditiously. Anchoring Engineering Admin, is the Engineering Leading Chief Petty Officer QLCPOJ, who provides experienced leadership and oversight to the department's enlisted personnel, and offers insightful guidance to the Chief Engineer, his officers and chief petty officers . c YNZQSXU IN N3 W DEBRNSINELL YNSN 'VIILAIN STOXALI PRX lx HORTON X is l -,,,,,.. wk us NAVY HORTDN 61" Qrgfsigif' fe' if Nlaintenance Material Management f3MJ Office supervises and coordinates tlfe daily manaeenient efforts of the Planned Maintenance System CPMSJ for , 4 .N c L D I7 Departments a Agsistam QXMMQ they provide the Support needed to manage and operate the programmed maintenance on all of the ship's equipment and systems. Functions performed bv the 3lVl Office include. 3M training and assist visits to all departments, administration ofthe Zone Inspection Program, and review and issue of Force Revisions to the ship's PMS work centers. nd 152 Workcenters. Working with each departmental 3lVl LCDR mm HARMNGTQN MRCMCSWVJ ENlC'StSWfAYVl JEFFREY CLARK ANDRIC Wll.l,l.-NMS e Maintenance Support Center UVISCJ provides Integrated Logistic Support QILSJ service to over 150 workcenters among all departments. They maintain a reference library of technical manuals, drawings and numerous other publications which assist in locating parts, provide technical information concerning parts and equipment, and identify suppliers for items not carried in the Navy Stock System. Additionally, they maintain a list of all equipment on board and validate installation procedures to ensure the correct technical documentation is available. V sm .rules Nll:RlJ0i'K lf'l'2I,ORlBEl,1, , th A Aaez Meussfx mnlcltax ,um KENNY eumgm lCCtSW'AlYi THUEL Nl.-XRTIX LCDR DANE ...--..-.....4 , , , 'iwif he Hydraulics Shop maintains anchor windlasses, Aircraft Elevators and deck edge doors. hanger bay divisional doors, steering gear. and the boat and aircraft crane. Steam and Heat Shop maintains galley and laundry equipment, pre-heaters, convection and water heaters. The air-conditioning units and refrigeration plants are maintained bythe Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration Shop. Outside Repair maintains tire pumps and the potable water distribution system. The Environmental and Shipboard Waste Processing Shop process waste. The Small Boat Shop maintains small boats, barges and Rigid Hull Inflatable Boats. The Catapult Shop maintains steam systems and machinery. The Cryogenics Shop maintains two O,N, plants which produce pure oxygen and nitrogen. LCDR JEFF CARLSON IfNC'NIt.XXN "SKU NINICSISNN XAWD D.Xl,IC I'l'l'Al'Z .IAXIICS COOKIQ Nl NICt.'XW'!SNVl LT ERIC' PACHECO RM. mkmm. NINIUSXX IAVU ORBI-IY HARNION MNICYSNYJ MMIKSWJ JEFFREY RULE ALAIN AGLUBAT Nl Nl I QSNW CLYDE BARIIIY lf. MNIIKSYW LARRY HOLIDAY MMIKAXN !SWl TINIOTIIY COLLINS Ill NINIHSXVJ Nmlfswl G-1iRYC"0'X isxunlivcl-i donno NIMCfSVl"lAWl ROBICRT FIIXYICZ .IR NINI IQSWJ DAVID BIJCKLEY MMI INIICIIAFI. KOS'l'l'SlAK MBI ICSNWAXVJ EN - i -v' 'EXN MNIIQSWIAWJ NSW, Mmm lb i mares ssrmi KELVIN MCFADDEN MCGIVERON THOMAS RUBSCIIA MM lISWlj DAVID TODD J 3. I4 f. 1 ka in LQ Xen -rm' rw-up ,I-, ,F EII 1' ...I ICNZISWX.-KWH DELICIA CRI"I'C'H FIELD NINIZCSWI CHRISTINE PARISH MMZCSWI ROBIN ROBERSON '11""1 MNIZQSWI WILLIE SLIGII OLLIS WOODS MM2 STEPHEN DAVIS -1- I' 1 5---f , ,ai ww' , , , , rvmzqswp Emzqswy wmm noun CHRIS FEUGILL Q H 1.-, : A I I A I , I 13 . I f' A Mmzqswmwy NINI3 DEIDRE ANDERSON Q. MMS CHRISTOPHER BOWEN W , A 1 .,.,,a .X NIM3 LOYELI, HAIR M NISCSNWAXVJ JOHN BARRY JR NINIHSNU D.'Xl,Ii BROXYN ENS XYIIII.-XXI C'YI.NII-QR MNI3 THOMAS BEl,I.,.-XNIY JR IQNSISWI NIM3 RANION DICKICRSON NIXIXQSXU NHC H XI' L DLK KN EY! 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" "'-' Q1 wg: ': ,g:..3....4.. -ya.....-...-,--.,,,.-.M,1l.,,.2 311: , f ,fx "W'"'ff"'Q'f""ffff'1"""Wm'f""""f""""'x' , . V Y V, If I N' I Ifglils NINI3 TRICIA NI YI TIIEWS NI NI3fSW1 1 CHRISTOPHER MILLER EN31SWjNIIII,lSSA NIl.'SIiI,lA NINI3 IJARYLI, SCIINEIDICR EN3 CEDRIC PITCHFORD NIM3 NIICIIAI-II. POXVELL NINI3 i'l'I.XRI.IiS SHUJLEY M313 RICHARD SNIA-XII.-X MM3 TRACY RAY NINI3 DWIGHT NIM3 KEVIN THOMPSON NIM3 LAHARRI' OOLI-ORR Mm Rom-:R1'wA'rERs Mm .mules wrmxu MM3 ANTIIONY i I w ' f M M3 RICHARD WRIGHT MM3 FN HALSTON CANTY H lr an X , +-115.1 FN G RACIANO CAZARES FN NIICIIAEI, DELL FN ROBIN EDNIONDSON FN JASON ERNVAY MMFN JOHN EVANS NINIFN RIC-XRDO CONZA-XI.FZ FN 'IIXNQ-XRIS .IOIINSON FX ALONZO LI-XQRAIR MMFN JASON NICIJANIIZI. FN DERWIN MEREDITH HA FN JASON MURDOCK f!'fr: fl-4-nP',L."" h u5.,..,,. -1, 4' , I 0 " -. M. ' ?fvvfI Ii". , ,HQ al ,. vffiff, ' gfgf .v,z. MMFN TERRENCI5 FN MARK REYNOSO PEARSON If -X Lf' juss I AA 'iff FN ANTHONY VVALKER FN ARTI'II'R WATSON II FN JEFFERY WILLIS Q '-s I , G, -1. . I I 5 I i I I I I L. Q cp I I ' T Q I? ,M L I :I II I I I I In w 1 w xi It? I Ili SI I 'x I V' F .3 I I I E I I' II ,I If if I 4 ff' I I LI xviv 1: ff In I1' I1 I is I 4 II 1 I I m S gl J I I wr ,W I .HR F 7 Mgr. 5 H i T k,1--2122, ,Z , , . m fg-A A Q SGA 1 C1 n ..4. lil FA SANDY DELA ROSA I 0 X , Iliff, La MMFA RICHARD GERENA FA NVILLIAM NI.-XYBERRY FN CHRISTOPHER NlC'Al.ISTER FA JOSHUA SCHUELKE FA JARED SIEBFIR , fg,x . lx - Q - N , x .1 A-dE.!id.!x1 iCi ...RQ amage Control Division is responsible for maintaining the material integrity, 'n the case of damage from casualty or attack. The core of the Fire Department, the At-Sea Fire Party, is always "on call" to preserve the ship's Damage Control Division is also responsible for operating and maintaining vital firefighting and damage control systems throughout the ship. Among these svstems are, HALON Flooding systems, CO2 Hose Reels, Aqueous Potassium Carbonate systems, Aqueous Film-Forming Foam stations, Damage Control Repair Stations, Damage' Control Unit Stations, Self Contained Breathing Apparatus, and the ship's Firemain and List Control systems. Providing shipwide training and technical assistance are also key functions performed by Damage Control Division. safety. ENS HONIER HENSY CW04 DAVID STACEY lJC'CNltSNYl ROY REGER DCCKSW3 MARK DEVOE s ..... ... i LCDR PATRICK HOLLEN DCCISWJ ORLIN YOLNIER , Q DCI MORRIS DCCLSWQ TERRY ywL1E DCI JEREMY COOK DCIQSWJ LOUIS CRAGG STURDIYANT H ocxqswmwy MABELINE woons DC2 THOMAS EV ERETT ncz BRANDON GEORGE DC2 DEBORAH GAINEY DC2 JEFFERY GRAVES Ji nkmgmb ' 353 ' fe ., W. . Af ' 1 4113, - -A um - EJ' 72.5 '- A ga 9.7 DDA xv IJ, H-21525 AAAD 1 .. 1 ,D nc'z4sxx 1 .mm Mfr-mia nczqswp MATTHEW RZEPNICKI DC3 SIFRI DO ALNQARENGA l ucizqswyvAlu,x1r31N'l'E1, f"" DC3 RON N I I-I ACRE - DC3 DAVID BEERY DC3 JOSEPH BENTIIANI -574 DC3 BRAD HOWETT r DC3 JOSU91 CHERY DCS DFx,'0w DUNBAR DCISQSWJ SCOTT GARRIS DC3 NELSON JACOBS DC3 TIMOTHY JOHNSON DC3 SHAWN KIDDER DC3 JASON LIGON ,,,.-1 DCS ROSHAWN SMITH FN ROBERT HILL Q -..Q -LL la., ' '. ..,. . DC3 AMY MIZE DC3 MIGUEL MORENO DC3 DAVID OATES DC3 JOHNNEY PRESTON DLS SULUNIAN NYAl,KIiR DC3 DUSTIN XYOOLEYER ' W " 1 IN FN JOE LERMA JR K FN STEVEN SPENCER JR 1 vi ' tal' ,b ,' DCTN BENIAN1 COLEMAN FN NIATTHEW DIRATO THOMAS SWANN DCFN LEVELLE TOVAR 'N-x Clff' 'A . al V' -'Cf' -'miie tx 5 X , H' X F - L , xx 1, 1 U FA ERIC BLAND 2, V! .I FA KEVIN CARR DCFA RXLE CO.-ATS , , , L, , , FA MANUEL FATAANER FULLER FA EMANUEL GARCIA FA KEN rx GRLENE GUTIERREREZ ,- , , A nCFA AARON FA WLS RUBALA FA JORGE NEGRETE FA JAIME OCHOA MONTGOMERY FA CLAY THOIW IAS DCFA DALE WALTERS FA DONALD GRUNDEN FR PHILLIP MOTTER ,Any 1,5 lectrical Division provides over 5000 crewmembers, embarked Squadrons and Air Wing personnel with electricity and communications. The Electrician Mates CEMSJ perform maintenance on the ship's 440VAC and IZUVAC Electrical Distribution system, ship's Laundry and Galley Equipment, Hanger Bay Divisional and Deck Edge Doors,Aircraft Elevators KACEJ and various other electrical circuits throughout the ship. Interior Communications Electricians tlCsjr perform maintenance on Alarm and Warning Circuits, the Ship's Steering Control Console, Rudder Control System, General Announcing Systems and Amplified Voice Circuits. Effectively maintaining electrical equipment and protecting shipmates from the hazards of electrical shock, the technicians of Electrical Division can handle it all. LT JG VICTOR ROMANO l W I V Q , ic'c'4,m'fsm lc'c'q,m'fsm mmswi ElVlCtSNVllilJXYlN LTJQ'm'NMS DM I5 miwx luixm' I'Al I, KING lu NORMAN xi,xNt:l'B,x'i' YI-1i.,xzQl'liz H Y m"4'iWSW' EWWWSW7 ENII sw xvuumi mix icusm meme HUNT mmswi DA.RRYL Cuaistms BAINES P,mE1..x ELLIS 1 1 J A ' MASON EMHSWH KEVIN ENIZQSWJ EM2cSWyCARl. Em TYRONE MCKOY iugssizu. .IOSI-IUA ,wans cruiusiux A f -- EM2tAw1swyNATHANlEL icz WALTER READ icz JASON SIMRELL ics DIETRICK ALSTON PATTERSON EM2 MONICA POWELL in 2, f 3 9-11901 L. f'5?'W' . 9 - Q - MX X X. IW' Ik ...T"'i.If!,. IJ -..--,.-..-. -dl 'unf- l IJ .- 47' N: ao I JI IC3 BJORN ANDERSON IC3 TALIB CAMPBELL EM3 RYAN EBERSOLE 1-1-1-11-1 EMS VA LENTINO FLOYD EM3 BRANDON mu. rimlsAlAl1ANlflr3lL,,lJ mmsm BR,xnl,x ls.-xllis EM3 JASON BOTYIA W3 IC3 IAN C',XYALI,O IC3 DUSTIN ECKERT IC3 N ICI L G RAY EM3 DAVID HILL EM3 ORLANDO CRUZ IQNI3 N,X'I'IIANIIEL IJICYINIC EM? LEI I DL NUI -..g R JlJ'R'EI"WfF R .Na .. A -.WNY EM3 JEREMY KELLUM ,M A lC3fSVVj MARK KNECIIEL ICNI3 JASON NIADDEN EM3fAW!SNVj LUSHUNDA KING EMS TWAINE KNIGHT E313 LANCE MASON ENI3 EBONY EM3 CARLOS PEREZ RICHARDSON EMISQSWJ JAMES ROWE IC3 B KTROS NH' IRI IC3 MICHAEL Sl'TC'll ew A . ICFN ANTHONY Em Al xx TERRY mls JERRY WALKER lcsgswp mm WRLTL BINDUS EM FN ANDREW BOOKER M Y Jl ...R :-3 I J N if... .-z r EMFN DASHAIY FMFNUEORGE ICFN IOI-INIIICKI-1RSON FDWA . A , E 1 - - A . RDS CORDOXEA JR - L i 11 E I fl E -A' , 2? f , - E ' HNIFN BRYAN F,xRRls lcflfx x1,xR1o rE,xc:EN EMFN ROBERT GREEN EMM RODERK h ' ' GULLEN' i ' I 1 I E ' ' '. ' : 1 . . KM EMFN KA KAU EMFN DARCX' KELLY FN JESSICA LENSON EMFN BRIAN LUTT 'Lf '5 f g EMYN dJ,-,,.- E J, if X,. xx r -- Z . -H'-, N- usfmnrw X N'-Q fu. 'N xxx EMFN ENIFN DEMETRIUS MILLER EMFN JASON SLOCUNI . ..,.,.-.-.... ..IJ . F - 10 EMFN M.XCiIJ.XliN.X SAN! Al I ICY. "N r ITNIITN 'l'lNlU'l'llY SIHCICDY ICSN l'llll,LlP SANZANO ICFN Cl IAD 'lf-XYLOR lfNll"A.l.fXSON BOWNICR ICNII-'A'l'ANEKA CLARK I-INIFA JASON FURMON 5, i .V r , x 5, 2 5: S1 Iii Ha g. z 5 F li L .. wi it A il AP V FIB- F, 5 i FA JOE HANSLEY FA NICHOLAS LANEY EMFA ALLAN SAMUEL FA JOEL wrmcoms FR WEBSTER SMITH was l D' f' ' is res onsible for the administration ""' he Quality Assurance QQAJ lWlSl0l1 p of the Quality Assurance Program. This program is designed to ensure ' tl om leted - the first time - preventing , controlled maintenance is correc y c p ln addition, QA Division reviews work d confirms testing procedures for compliance unnecessary rework or wasted efforts. procedures, checks material status an with technical references. These practices guarantee personnel safety and help properly preserve this great national asset we know as GEORGE WASHINGTON. mc. mqlww , sremgs A X3 ' as'N4VY X xg - X 4. ix 5 as 3 lmcsqswy HTC , . . . tSVS!AWj , : Tl Swy mxiul. lsosko a . . , , AB' 'WW E 4 WILLIAM Bl-,ASl,l'.X s'rEvP3 BUCKLES' Tirmm-' EMERSON -F1-- . - rl- MM1 QSWMW, MMltsw1Aw'fssy 3 V SCOTT MCKENNA Mlcimii. wufsow urwls FUTCH .. X . ADINA LAFRANCE Fczfzxxvfswvf 'tw-5, .D I IFBIO' epair Division is comprised of 5 workcenters. The Hull Maintenance Technicians and Machinery Repairmen repair pipe, machining, structural nd locksmith and aesthetic sheetmetal, carpentry and engraving services. The Shipfitter Shop performs pipe and plate welding. The sheetmetal workers assemble ventilation systems and perform metal services. The Carpenter Shop's handiwork is visible throughout the ship, on departmental picture boards, plaques, podiums and flag presentation boxes. The Pipe Shop repairs the Collection Holding and Transfer System, including piping, valves, and tour sewage pumps. The Machine Shop is an impressive showroom of industrial milling machines, lathes and tools. The Locksmith Shop replaces and repairs shipboard vaults, safes, locks and doors. HTC MISVV IANVJ RICHARD THOMPSON llTC'tSWl DANNY BASIIANI RIC.-XRDO l.L'GO ERIC STEED SIRC XSXYIANY1 l-ITCQSXVIAWH HTC KSWIAWMSELJ MICHAEL BURTON HTltSW!AWj RICHARD sosix "-11 ADAM BRENNAN fn x CWVO2 CLYDE SHUMATE EXT . XV: k xx x 1, W xr r 'ii' and I ix I ITZKSWYQ .IAN Sf JN DOERING I-rrz ROBIQRT l n5,xrHER RICARDO Mm HTZCSWD RAUL 0'Q UINN - lm nov sem JR H TZQSWIAWJ LEE SPERRY HT2fSWy SH AWN STAN KO Nl RZ BRYAN STUI .I .li HT3fSWJ mgxxu-1 ARBOGASI. mm cfmnws B..m.ls S I-. Q 4 " A.. 5 A 4:47 Leif' 17, Q' ' IIUQSXU THAN DURAND 1 L w ,I nu- .Ef .Ill Z'.,i-'If 1,15 NIRBQSWIAWI m.xRK,mRD , W I ,. ,A ,. ,. . , URLGEISER . , Qu.. x IIIJCIIARLI-.SIIUXNI, HT3 lQ,lm..xRn.lmr.s N I R3lSXWAXVj NATHAN KOPP v 'lr' IIT3 LOUIS MR3JEr-'Fmav REAL. HT3 RAc7mzl.sNEl,L rm .lon URBAN wlhllolmllmy 'D Y. IVIRMSNYJ N,X'I'II.XNIIfI, IANCI1 IIT3 MAURICE MAJOR HTMSXYI ANNA R I'I.I-IZ FN BRANDON BAILEY F , , . f .21 !...xLL l if .IJIY '-ff' .5 I If 2 Q, 2 1 FN ASHLEY MITCHELL 5 HTFNQSWJ JIM RIICNIIZR I It-il' .1 J I, . FN Couwm s.m1gm, w FN I'RISC'ILl.A CANIPOS FA DIOR OLIVER I X JOSIII X STINSON .1- l -N ., .AN X , '1 v X . , N , :ez iwzet - i'lf eTraining Division is the focal point for all qualifications and training within the Engineering Department. An objective training environment is provided for all newly reported personnel, as well as long-range, off-ship school management. Training Division concentrates on helping new personnel complete basic qualifications, learn the fundamentals of engineering systems, and adjust to GG shipboard life. Each hand picked" staff member is well versed in all aspects of teaching Engineering and Damage Control, for Systems and Fundamentals qualifications. NIMUSWJ .IEFFREY BAISLEY ENIQSWIANVI DEBORAH NINIHSNN l ROISICRT lC'3 f'llRlSTUPlll-fR ll'l'3 Nlf'H0l,AS sirveusrizis w untms mcw rm' l'liDliSf'0 FA JONATHAN MITCHELL -aug,--. , FRTHOMAS GREENE FR ANTHONY MCCANN , . FA STIYYIQN Nil-1YliR f' ' i 'Y' 'HA -5.- lae' T' FA MICHAEL PACHECO fn, v-A PVC I-. 4 4- 1 ln. FR BRIAN Kll,l,lNCQSWURTll we 1 4. ,1 FR JACOB VVILCOX . "i"'W- l-'.1j- v,:,,. . -Y 1 . N-'K-dw ' '1.'i'1- -'M g ' '-. 4- . ' A "' '-...?'f-JMYRQQ . . A I 5. 71,9 1- "' -Q A'-1' ,, Ah. .51 ' ' ' f'-' ,v N. . , 4 ' "'.. Rf, 5 ' F, . V . . -, 'u' l :V-'WF :thu-.'1i.j. I A l. -b - , - w . .'.. .r r 'J,.ff w .. ' .... h J -.. "-9' -" 1 " ' Q'1.xTilQ-5:-'A 'xx' u. 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' ,ir , M. , uv .Q ' 1. 0 - . - ,r .- U .- V -l' .. . y',u A. k, , , t . l n 4 .. A ..+'. ' v A 'Q . I 4 'U L. 'I I 5 .4 ii., '! n .--1 ' N' I I V1 P K 1. , ,. . lv' s .Q -1:4 fi. W-. .49 .04 rf' J . . ,J -,n Q ,ll 1 1 1 'r 1f':"k"i-47 f 5 n Jil. l --f"'!f , t n af -A K Yr. . , Jaffa .Q ff! 'I 'g -. " . 4, 'Yr'1'i:1-' N 4 ' ' ' . flyt If l.. .ff , 1 4' 1' -sl-N ' I i 1 1 ff . , 5 , 5 r , . ff . 'F- bile. I 5 .gun-rf.. wx' H i . v .ip "CxX 1 H 5" G rt ,,,,-W..,.....,.. ,M af J.. f,-fwq.-N .r Q' M502 QU K 'w -'nl 'l""" gww N .,......-...-4- -...-..--N--J W. . . 'liq- , .-v"' 518156 K. Aw. 1: I 'P- ,Y D 4 .. f,37,,, DA A XIICII LC I MGC VII A is re We A' DEPARTMENT LNCQSWIAWJ RENEE FULLER COMMAND JUDGE ADW OCATE LCDR DAVE BERGER he George Washington Legal Department is one of only a few carriers to provide to embarked officers and crew. GW LAW places a high Legal Assistance services service and has chosen to dedicate a portion of its scarce resources to provide these include wills, powers of attorney, and legal counseling on a broad range of personal issues. a 0 0 ' I Investigative Service KNCISJ works closely with Legal and Security to conduct felony crimina and provide counter-intelligencefcounter-terrorismlforce protection support through local police departmentsj and through international channels. GW LAW also offers a significant assistance program for the crew under the auspices of VITA, including full electronic filing Federal incomes taxes. e Legal division provides timely, accurate and complete legal services to the Commanding Officer, Executive Officer, officers of the ship, the Flag Staff and si 'A the embarked Air Wing. Our primarv services include ensuring personnel readiness through the fair, prompt and efficient administration of military justices, the provision of timely and well-researched legal advice to the command on ' administrative and other legal matters, support of the command's operational mission fhfflllgh OH-Scene advice on maritime and operational law, and the provision of legal asslstance tv all embarked personnel, supporting their personal needs as a method of boosting morale and reducing obstacles to crew member effectiveness. 9 6 5 T - Q SPECIAL AGENT ENcqsxvfAwiqsn 5 LNICSWIAWJ ss 5 r D ' e fffbj g A MAUREEN HMO" EVANS BERNADETTE Dlkl'lANPO PNI DOYLE BEAN KIM ROMAN ,Q Iwi A 1 ,ix fa 3 :Xu 1 Via .E K 1 5 .t llf..li15lO P'- . .f"" u! ET Q 'MELA V F...,,,.-. , .. . P: 1 V' s - l YN2 KIMBERLY SMITH ' ' ' J r l l 1 ,!l.!,,,!J ,,,,J,:,, , ,, o provide a safe and secure facility for personnel subject to the UCMJ who are serving a confinement sentence awarded by a court-martial or as a result of nonjudicial punishment. The Brig facility provides support for embarked units, ships in the Washington Battle Group, and other fleet units, which may be in company. The corrections administered by Brig Staff is designated to resort the maximum number of prisoners to duty as soon as possible, better prepared to perform useful, offense-free service in support of GEORGE WASHINGTON CCVN 731 and the U.S. Navy's mission. MAI MANUELA BMZKSW5 Mg-CUNE MA' JAMES OAKLEY DOUGLAS BENJAMIN 4 MA2 EVIE COOKE AT2 SHARON LOVE EM2 ADAM SPECE . A J 'itil l r.. 1 1 in. f 1: w 1 1 i i fr i I -1 2 . T2?1f'?:flq?ff ' r ffr,,,M,, ,.- - 2 ,W,..,.nV.m.' f 5 f E . 1 i 45. CHUHNEY XV ..SrfQ.'x,L TN- I: - A .- Tux'- ft' 1 -Q . WJWX Q Q Ae' I 'X . 1 f' E 3 l -1 I lx S ll. 412 u my A SENIOR MEDICAL OFFICER CDR JON UMLAF i physical therapy, and psychological services e Medical Department provides the highest quality medical care available in y pp is engaged in a multitude of responsibilities ranging from military sick call, f' f f ' a' emergency care, women's health care, inpatient care, physical exams, aviation care nursin D, and health promotion Ancillary services include x-ray pharmacy, V I g , - . 9 jp , repair, and optical services. Our medical department provides specialized s The Medical Department of 10 Officers and 41 Hospital Corpsman provides approximately 5500 crew members in support of a battle group-ofover 10,000. The Officer provides guidancefto the 'Commanding Officer in areas of ship wide , hygiene, radiation health, aero medical evacuations, environmental and industrial the Battle Group's Senior Medical Officer when deployed. l""""'- DEPARTMENT p HMCSQSWIAWJ TIBURCIO tl 21 iff .Y .1 -.-1-"""-I .-.-.... L xx M ,,.. - f- L L fg..!:"LDIR LCDR .IOSEPII BEN EDIYITO LT DOUGLAS CH LTNINEY LT NIARK Ill-IIM LTJAMES PAIJIA HMCS1SWy LARRY GILBERT LCDR P,xTRlCl.-x 1 Hm.RK.K l,cnR MARY N.-xl.D0Nv LCDR DORIS NRDVED LT GLENN LVRIGHT U X HMCQSWXI-'M FJ ENCCSWIFMFJ PATRICK PROPHET KELLY BRYANT JEFFREY ADAMSON HMIQSWIFMFJ l L HM l ISWJ JUNIOR PEREZ 1 - 'Zn f ' mmswfmm u Nl 1 4 ru FJ ,,-, mvxu PETERSON JEAN-Nl.XRC' num: Q . . , DMIQSWIAWJ - HMI BLM, M x i- X ' LEE SHARON REYES "WMU IININSXU nu x msc lull Bl oc lxrox HNINSNXMXU .au Jfmss F0uLsrER HW YN Rfbw nom R HWQSWI HW4' "FV UN smlu ionxsox J-xbox HXRRIS , -JM... na.: ' ' . Q inn 1 I ii' V IFMB nuts ,.1 Al HMS CARLOS IINIJQSWXFNIFT .IERAID POOLE AGUll,ARNlON'l'OYA HNIZ WIQXDY RIYERA HM3 PETIE BRANDI HM3 RENE DEMARAIS HNI3 'IORNNIAXINIQ XYD . . HMS MEINIX CARL, , . Q lxllllol hu IINU l'.X'l'RIC'K MARION! 7.1 H313 NIISTY SIMPSON HMJKSWJ KERI XVELLS HNCSXVJ JASON COOK IINI3 SHANNON HMM.-XNY3 Nl.-XTTIIIZWS I-IIJWARIJ NIOTA IIN MATTHEW , SALINDERSON 3 LLXIT v m X , gt . ,N S wall-'A--LL V---1 Nw-. x Z x 5 87t 0w'X3'6QC2.x X .wvzyvo M60 xasmgooi XNXNN Xxxqsifsg? 2330 1 " H 7150 1 e CX! . G' 3310 S I iff ' , Lf fi X I F " 4 3240 3290 i Z X 370 , Xxx 2 1 Ni Q xxxxxx p 1 1 A i it -4 -3 N J .1 ' -an-K! Mi- V' K -...,,i, ' ' " ' 'I . Sanxuf, . H" "'- ,T P, . xx I . . . V -, , 2 - , W. u I . 1 au. - Ei. 'N' 'if an X ' I i x rl ig: JJ.Jv.lls x . fd I 1 'Ai .hi-X ,,,,,,.,....---- ' 4.46 - " -..,.......,,.-.....- .-.,.,...,.,. . 1- -v-- - W g . 1 I QMCMQSVW DAVID F NAVIGATOR CDR JOSEPH HINSON ' under vs ay in the year 2002 The voyages ranged from the Puerto Rican OPAREA to Gulf amassing 68,320 nautical miles 3 16 times around the globe, at an average spe . . g A he Navigation Department expertly led USS GEORGE WASHGTQN CCVN-731 thre , ' . . 'S 11 o c o , . I 4 ed P The ship transited the Straits of Gibraltar four times and the Suez Canal twice. Other choke way included the Straits of Bab El Mendeb, Hormuz, and Otranto. Moreover, Navigation through countless special details including seven foreign port visits and over 40 alongside under way replenishment. Professionally, 11 individuals attained their warfare specialty qualifications and 12 e qualification standards. Thirty-one advanced in pay grade. On a personal level, one amongt personnel became a new dad. USS GEORGE WASHINGTON is renowned worldwide as the best of the best and th exception. No ship was more ready in combat or peace to excute the nation's work. Navigati proud to have been part of her legacy. . , f , . - 29?-'ft-5? DEPARTMENT LCP 1 QMCCSXVI RODN EY S'l'A'l'l-LN ,W ar ., f4F Q "'.. 'w :u,, '- QV 1423. A V 'I 2 ' if ww Q V -SID QM2 JAMES WAGONER QM3 cnklsmvmpu ,moR,wr QNIJ NICHOLAS COLEMAN QM3 A DAM CUNGE LLO Qms cum LOPRESTI , F 5 P Q E EE 5 Il T X '-. Q' mmm: x ND Ewl QNIT IOSFPH Q kll X umm HI QMSN A' R WRIS NSN JASON 'Km mx? 3 -Q s... I ,,u.g4-J...3 'N' I SNI2 KENRICD SMITII SMZISWJ SI-IIZRRY TIIOMAS SM3 PRINCESS BACOTI2 1 SNI3 JASON BRAIYIQR vg- I K+'- , . ,, ,dxf SXI3 QLINCIZY BRYNVI' SNI3 JANII PERIZIRA SNI3 DICARI, IJANYSON 5313 TIMOTHY RANSOM SM3 JEREMIAH RUSHING S513 RYA N WA'I"I'S SM? BRLNNA WIIITI sms Kr x IN IMPKRATO U-M is C 'Q n x SEWER 'X l "f-Q ?f 44 ,511 L Q 1 n 4.01 ' on ,N- U s .o . J., K I f", Er X a , J , ,fs I i 5. ug, l '45 p .gg Q U30 1118. if 1- 1-iil OPERATIONS OFFICER it CDR JEFF C. AMICK he Operations Department's mission is to ensure that USS George Washington meets orexceeds operational requirements vital to the accomplishment of the ship's mission as the centerpieceofthe George Washington Battle Group. The nearly 300 hundred officers and crewmembers in the0PS Department's nine divisions are responsible for diverse responsibilities from meteorological analysis,to electronic warfare, to intelligence gathering and assessment. Personnel in the Operations Departml plan and coordinate nearly all ship evolutions. The Carrier Air Traffic Control Center and ComhatDirecll Center serve as the nexus for all warfare and flight-related events on and around the ship. The Department is also responsible for primary liaison and consultation with the embarked Staffs and Wing for scheduling and Air Resource Allocation. .Ei in 'lun X Division is home to the Operations Administrative team, the Strike ns Officer and the Operations Department Leading Chief Pettv Officer. The yeomen provide support to the Operations Officer and the Qperations Department. They process several ship's logistic reports and all dministrative correspondence. Strike OPS is responsible for the d '- planning of the ship's schedule including the airplan, which is the daily of aircraft takeoffs and landings. They are also responsible for long ran e and coordination. Strike coordinates everything from transportation of mail and personnel to the ship's replenishment at sea. ,W ti .lillilf z-Jlfi CDR KENNETH ENRIQUEZ LCDR EDWARD "T KENNETH FNS WILI iemwrx' MCDONALD FERGITSON ' M ' A ' ENS HOLLY KENNEY . . A vmqswp FLOYD IE FISHER Hoi,LowAv JR YN3 LAC gli E l B O 0 kewl' 1 if 'ff' S J'- Z4' I ,. 'N 'J ' ,.r' - :L A ,' ' 'F k- f gifimifif-1 a M-E .- an , 'l3?:,f-t1343,g 2 as Q I All ' ' x , I' Q17 A a X p Xl X T, we at he day-to-day operations of George he environment plays a huge role in t Washington. Understanding and forecasting environmental changes and their effect on the ship, its aircraft and weapons systems is the job of the a hex 's Nlates from OA Division. METRO, as OA is commonly known, Aerogr p ' 3 1 , , ' ' ' f 1' ' t tactical use of environment, safety of contains personnel won king toys ard cllicien flight and underway operations, along with keeping the Battle Group safe and informed about the weather. .rxcscuxw y . , EDWARD ,INLAND ,un inuzs noon: AC.i4,xm AGI! on DIAN ,x l'llll,l,l PS JEFFREN suotgr Aczmwm CIIRISTOPHER AG3tAWj AG3 EARLINGT . ' ON AG3 sTEx EN PARM l .EY MARCUS BARRETT A631-NVD STACEY CRANE DALEY Es, L- i AG3 Josnu.-x sm 2 ' - . . .. g C N ,xc.A,x Bl..-XlxlzC.tXJDWlN AGAA ,mnox SNIITII 'GEEK A , 1 GAA MIKE STEIN AGAAJAMES SMITH ACAR CHRISTOPHER l-IURST V A. Q . ATCC is comprised of four branches. Air Operations orchestrates launch and recovery operations including management of' recovery tankers, execution of the daily air plan, filing of' flight plans and preparation of' hot-area sheets to aide pilots and navigation teams in avoidance of' restricted waters and airspace. CCA is tasked with the safe, orderly and expeditious control of' launching and recovering aircraft. They stand ready in all types of' weather, day and night, to assist pilots in their safe return and landing. The Air Transfer Office is responsible for the scheduling COD flights and safe, expeditious movement of' passengers, mail and cargo. The Ground Transportation branch ensures the shi 's trans ortation P P lflllti is R I ,xx ,-xcmuvfsvvy needs are met while in homeport. LCDR JOHN XVATSON lfl' XNANIDA l'li.XC'OC'K D'ANlBROSlO l.ESl,ElC NlC'l'l'lERSOY AC ' I I AW!SWl AC l QANVISNVJ AC l QANVISXU Af Ll tAWT'fSWl V BRADLEY BENNETT DOUGLAS COOKE JASON LEE ROCCIE NORMAN 1 ACICAVVJ NIA RCA R ET XVI l ,SON ACZQAVWSVVJ TRAMAINE COLBERT 5..- CDR DAVID THORNTON ACCIANWSXX l 'N1.KRKl'OWlfl.l. .xc ILAWXSVW BRIAN SOPER ACZCAWISNW K,ul.l ulu1Nn,x AC 2tAW!SVVj KEITH FREELOVE 'W Q1 ll in L if 2 ll 1 4 Qi I I 5 3, v 3 i 1 Y t 4 4 5 3 ...wiwa vc , e . Q ' I s 1 Q' 1. Q. 52 ' . , i u A ' lie , : l A , as sp , ,. ,i " .7 lil :iw if 1 E 3 .LA if ACAMAW3 ACM GEORGE JIl Q- 5 I..-.- ACSQAWJ RICHARD DUNCAN ACA N KENN ETH ACMAXWSW5 PETUNIA URR Aczmwfswy RONALD SZEWZEK AC ZQAVVISVH JEFFREY SMITH .,xc'zf,m'fswy CHARLES 'rmmPs0N ACSQAWIS W1 ACIKAWISNVJ MIGUEL ESTRELLA JASON GUINCHO ACAN STEPHEN B E RA RD FARR ELL BOSVVELL AA JUAN GARCIA ACAN NICHOLAS LANGEVIN Acmxww ' A JARRETT KIDD an Us Y Y 7 -I , ' ? W. I R, I Division is comprised of highly skilled Operations Specialist technicians responsible for collecting, processing, evaluating, displaying and disseminating pertinent tactical information to all command and control watchstations. Working together with AW's on Maritime lnterdiction Operations and the EW's in Electronic Warfare, OS's support offensive and defensive combat operations by manning critical stations in the Combat Direction Center QCDCJ. These stations included the Surface Warfare Module, Air Warfare Module, Detection and Tracking Module and the Tactical Operations Plot. Each module is responsible for detecting, tracking, identifying and engaging, when ordered, contacts in their respective areas. 1- 'Ft' I LCDR JOHN DATKA I I "NIR 'I"1O"II'IR"3I tummwli-ii,1,,xxl-1 IAOI izxlitn LTJG IIOXNC-LAM TRAN ENS CHRIS'IOI'llIiR LTJG LEE FULTON MACLEOD .., , ... CDR ROBERT BREWER Ifl' WIIIIANI IRYIN Ii NS .I .-XSON ST ULL LT DARRI N WOODS oscqswmwsp JAMES HASSELEBACH I. OSCKSWQ PHILIP TERRAZAS OS I QSXWAXVJ OSIQSWJ MARK DIYYER .IARROD DANCY as S OS I CSNVJ .I I NI KAN.-K DY OSI KSWIAVVI I ALTON NIILES OSIKSXVQ RIC I-I A RD M U RRAY USIWSWI osz DARELI. BAKER ANDRE WIIITTAKER OSZ LEE BANDY i I I 1 I at ' t '1 . . , I 'Z 5 jr- may if" as 32' FJ: ,, ,,. . fig? - - . !: if , ,,, -, A-Q1 Qrj ts. Y X -. L' E ,-I7 ' ff v ,qv-A n 'fu --e- 1 "'v1 OSZ DEREK BEASLEY I os x .I X ,I R z RUR 3' R Ik ill! 1 I . I If 1, '-2 ' ,. 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OS3 M A'I"I'I'I EW PATE OS3 KYNESHA PEELE oss mmoucnm PERICLESQW ' O53 RAN DY PROCTER O53 NIICIIAIZI. SHE.-X 0S3NA'rH.-xxlm- SMALLS fi: f OS3 J AVVAENZA THOMAS OSSN A DAM FLIZTK 'I I Ii R r ' f-1 5. I OSSN AUSTIN TUCKER 053 THOMAS VENDEMIA OS3 SHELI ,Ii Y WARREN OSSN AARON CLARK OSSN STI 'A R'I' Glf,-X RINO OSSN .I li If F li RY LAI N OSSN RANDALL NIONFISTON OSSN ARTH U R VVILLIAMS OSSA AUDELIZ CAMACI-IO OSSAQSNVJ SHANIKA SIMMS OSSN CURRY A ossN HECTOR SANTNA' I I I 5 , yi . - . if ' ' M rc r as rr 1 'WSJ I I y M Division personnel operate George Washington's Carrier Tactical Support .enter CCV-TSCJ, also known as the ASW Module. The CV-TSC personnelwork with the embarked staffs to collect, analyze, and disseminate ASW data to various Battle Group assets. CV-TSC personnel work closely with the embarked Sea Combat Commander QSCCJ to conduct Maritime lnterdiction Operations QMIOJ in support of United Nations sanctions and Leadership Interdiction Operations CLIOJ. The CV-TSC is also the primary Search and Rescue QSARJ coordination cell for the Battle Group supporting the planning and execution of all SAR evolutions. CV-TSC watch teams exercise command and control of aircraft, as well as surface and subsurface units to accomplish missions. .KXYC'tN.XC'!i-XWJ ,kNYlt.XlWNAC'l D.-XYIIJ Nl0l,li'l"l'Il2Rl GREGORY BLRNS .IR AW l LMWNACJ GREG lllilllf RT ENS SAM BETH U N E if Axv2qNACpJI-:REMV AW2tAWfNACl AW2fAwfN,xc'p 1 V .-Swat.-KlYfN-eXf'l V V BIYSTILLOS DAN FAULKNER ll FRANK HANGE l'.NANC,Ll.YN Mc C AM 1 l l ifpftw., fra' ' AXVBQANVJ .IARED LA RSEN ,fx - p -Q.. -f ,.. ...J- Aw3fNAC3 JEREMY WILLIAMS LT RICK BEATTY ,KWZQNACJ TODD NVILSON AWNNACJ FRIC' Rllll-IR .fx AWMNACJ ANDRES ZA PATA -f 1:- f. 5, .5 -as .X . . , -,Alu-., , , J, .93-5 al. r 4 4 in Ma r 'Q are H . ,xi 9' p . e ,, Q N iotographer's Mates and lllustrator-Draftsmen are responsible for all graphic, video. and still photographic requir investigations, aerial photos, public ements. This includes awards. rosters, affairs and videography. Images are g A ia the internet to the Navy's Chief of Information in Washington D.C., where selected views are made available for direct release. They also support the Carrier Intelligence Center QCVICD with intelligence and reconnaissance imagery. Within minutes, the crew can have large rolls of lilm downloaded from special systems carried by the F-l4's, processed and printed to provide analysts with "hot prints." This teamwork and the resulting imagery ensure divitallv captured and then transmitted v that NATO and other commanders have the best intelligence products available. LCDR JERRY BlLLlNG5 . ,fm Pl'lCStAWfSWl DSI 1 msn mu Pnimwy JEFFREY mm N., JOSEPH DOREX' t MARSlllil.l.till.l.lSl'lE L,xNDENBi:RGER JAXMI-15 t HIRINE PH2 TEKESIII.-X Alflfl PH2 GLENN DENNIS l' ll 21 AXWSXV1 AMY llANll,lC'l"l' ' 'Cf l'Il3 smmieiz plmmf, PHZMWJ Cokm' Llzwis AN IJICRSUN ixoinmi .,x'l"l'.-min' Pll2 NICK Nl.-XUID.-Xl.l-INO PH3 LAW RENCE BRAxroN 1 A T .!g.S1.. I yi' .!wg..V' '?'ff'A PH3 H EATH ER H ESS PHAN JANIC E KREISCHER V PHAN GEANINE ORTEZ PHAN LINDSAY SWITZER PHAN JASON ZALASKY ,s .- Qu Q. ,MV Q E! 2' gt ,, PH3 THOMAS TALARICO PHAN JESSICA DAVIS PHAN JOAN JENNINGS Sui, PHAN PATRICK KEANE a PHM KONSTANDINOS PHAA ANDREW FHM REX NELSON GOUMENIDIS MORROW PHAA SHERYL SMITH in -IQ' 'F I li , Q' CF dnision, a so known as the Ship s Signals Exphm ace CSSESD is made up of Sailors from the fue branches of the cr nncian rating Each of the C1 ratings has specialized skills, which include collecto .1 x sts, signal malv sts, communicators, administrative specialists and electronic maintenance pe S compliments afloat nax al functional warfare through detection, classification, and trackm surface subsurface and ground targets for threat recognition and indications of hostile intent I WJ crxnqswq is x FMJLKMQR BRADI 1 x nos run R TIFFANY JOHNSON 1 Y 2 I 4 I an ..... .,..,.N.w...,..,... mf... .wmv-M I I I s I v I 9' i -1 - .JlXL-, num: Q I CTOIQSWD CTRZKSXVI TANIARIA scorr HEATHER BABCOCK fra. , Cmzqsw J Jossru BRUMLEY I CTOZISNVI CIIRIS IfI.3NIJAI,EXVIf'Z CTOZISNVJ DAMON LANCASTER CTRZISW y , MICHAFL SMITH CTR2 PKTRICK WEBB 9:5 Wifi? C"I'O3f9XVj VVIARK BIIiRC'l-1 C'I'R3fSNH C ARMEI. FINCII le CTRNSNV5 FRANK SISIO CIMSNQSWJ CTRSN CH BFRT Crggxgqwy CTOSMSWIAVW C1 TXJIOIN ANDREW SAJAN WEBSTFR DFW IN W HEEI ER ANDRFW BUNTOIN i . f ' I . N . 4 1 4 AA I X' 4 I " -3- I i f , 1' I I i ' I L : 2:1 Y I . V 1 1 ' ' I A P Y " I . 1 " - I 1 . ., 1 L ' ' . 1 - V . '. I ' 1 r r J I 1 J JI Cm . I , , . I . Q'-1 I ,3,,l',j I f - n f ':'f:'fQ -. .. - r-Ig: 1, if as we is 1 mf My X -....,l J ofEW's and one CTT that work in the Electronic W Division is comprised d' Combat Direction Center. The primary purpose Warfare Module locate ln ofthe EW Module is Anti-ship Missile Defense, but they also monitor the electromagnetic spectrum to assist in the identification of surrounding platforms, whether they may be ships, aircraft, submarines, or even land based radar sites. lf it has a detectable radar, we can find it because not all ships that pass in the night are friendly. This task is accomplished by utilizing the AMSLQ-32 QVQ4 and AN! WLR-l QVJS and coordinating battlcgroup and multinational coalition assets. Throughout the deployment, GW's Electronic Warfare Module has justly earned 3 reputation of being 'the best in the business', and that's a title they intend to keep, "3Wf'l5W7 EWUSWDISEIJ FWHQWMW CHRlSTOPllliR BRIGHT ERIC f'R.-XIUNIILES Ainllfixhx lUY,Eq Ewzqswi STEPllEN Fos'l'ER EW2tSWl N1-A'I"fHEyv PARTMN I5w2.1l-Zrrmix' RICILAND Ewz SEAN TERRY EW3 JEREMY CUllI-IN0l'R KWSN C'llRlSTUPl'lER l7lTZGlIRAl,D Mig 4 M S: EWSN HEATH ER HELMICK EWSA JOSHUA CLASSEN I V "rf hw-4 LTJG EW2 JEREMY .il .ag ,Q I 1, vi ,Q . Q7 -W ...Q it e aircraft Carrier Intelligence Center CCVICJ is the center of gravitv ofthreat awareness for the GEORGE WASHINGTON Battlegroup. The intelligence professionals in CVIC - officer and enlisted, Air Wing, and ship's company- are engaged 24 hours a day conducting threat analysis and intelligence preparation ofthe battle space in our assigned operating areas. Theirjob is to keep the aircrew, tactical action officers, and warfare commanders up-to-date on threat capabilities, tactics and intentions. Together, the Intelligence team ensures the operators fully understand the threat and are ready to apply the overwhelming force of a super carrier-anywhere, anytime, anyplace. IQIIIG IIERMAN I7.XIIlli lg ISU,-'kW!SWj 'NICOLE DEJESIQS S SXNK OSWICR Q FTIQAVSISWJ xi ni ucnmm in FDR DARRI-IN SAWYER INTEL OFFICER I ISI 'CSN XANU IDAYID SFIIIDING IS I tSW!i-KW! LISA DILIARD II IO Ox - E 1 I V 5 I s . f' 5 5 ISHSWAW3 ISIISWX,-KW! .'1,:,f, N : ' " Jlflf '3' NFS I Q as ! rl, , 'Q . XA '!,jlp,,.'-. ISI KSWYAXU KICYIY SMITH ISZ ERIC KUNDLA ISZQSW3 JAMES SCHAFFER .W IS3 C'l,lN'l'0N IIARRISUN IS3 JUSTIN mvfxun 1 , X I E, f , R - 1' -1 Q., ,, I A ISSNKSWQ SHENNA BARKLEY Iss RYNELL KELLER 'SMSWY COREY MULLINS CTT3 ROBERT RAYKHELSON . 1.2 if -41.-,wg ISBQSVVJ JEFFREY XVELGAN IS3 SEAN TURNER C TT 3 DERRICK WILLIAMS ISSN CAMERON CROUSE E7 ISSNQSVVI 'SSN DARYL mul HEATHER HOWARD lSSNfSWy ETHAN 0'KEEFE ISSN SEAN VAILLANCOU RT ISSA ROBERT HARRIS lssA ANDREW PEARL ISSN BRANDI KING ISSAQSWJ KEVIN PULLEY -.... I I . ,ff-'! .MX X Q I 5 4 3 A Z'- il in 34 w .YN- x Q if ' 1'1f'f 1 I rf. 5 I' N I JI' Y 2 C5 " .QS ,Jug ' . ' 1' .TT-QF . Jin -1-"""4r ,S f Pivsfi .,p-fx. I f D1 ' , offyi' A .,i 2. .1 -, 'L al-af' X' ' -J- Jlgxa 3 .-'P .gn -93 'Q 'L :Jw as ' K"E1f1?f fx rv if Q .fry-,-f. ' , ,, , u -. if ' 'lv N 'ws 1 o o ,Wiff , N ggi.. ' Q., .1 4 I4 5 'S' 1 ,noi 0 e"'u 74" E.. .DPT 1 0 A ,dy . I.. In .40 A f.l 5 .Y 2 Y ill: .4 if! ., 1 'JA 5 A f -iv ' fig -'ff aw 5 ,xv 4 -li 51 5' 'Q f- , J A f. S. . I I J., Y. A., A, ' lla 1 l 'N-an .,-. 3 .tw , 1. 'A' l ".!!!. J .2 1 .E 1 .2 ,. .. .Ii - 1 .1l:s,."N Q1 DEPARTMENT LCPO MMCMCAWISWJ ' MARK WATSON REACTOR OFFICER CAPT MICHAEL DAVIS e mission of Reactor Department is summed up in the concept, "GW Power and Light." This 1 department is responsible for the safe and professional operation of the ship's A4W type pressurized water reactors and associated propulsion plant. , Utilizing state of the art equipment, twin nuclear reactor plants and the top operators in the fleet, s Reactor Department provides the means to propel the ship from the shores of United States to any point A, I in the world. Along the way, the department generates and regulates all electrical power utilized throughout the ship? and provides the water and steam necessary for launching and washing aircraft, showers, laundry, cookingg, ' v 1 . I and many other tasks. Reactor Department is manned by a combination of nuclear and conventionally trained Sailors from , S four ratings: Electrician's Mates, Electronics Technicians, Machinist's Mates, and Enginemen. Yeoman 3 also serve within the department to maintain the paperwork necessary to run the 400 plus personf, ' department. f .4 Pi bfi .. 11 T 1, i Ziff! S , . I if - 1 . -.-.-1 ' .X 4 .r ,ag ' f ' Tag.: . 4-I .if .I J .I I .. IO eactor Administrative Division consists of approximately 10 Sailors: Yeoman, who are responsible for all administrative functions for a 400 plus erson departmentg LAN administrators, who maintain the Classified Local Area Network QLANJ used within the departmcntg Maintenance Manager Personnel, who ensure material readiness is maintained throughout the departmentg the Department Career Counselor, and the Department Senior Enlisted Advisor. LC DR LAWRENCE CHICK ETIQSVVJ JOHN FLOWERS YNSA BRYANT COLE 11'- AA CHRISTOPHER GELLYS Q 1 CNN O2 BRIAN LOGAN NINICISNYJIIIONI.-XS FOX , , EMIQSNU MM iqswp JASON HEIINZ ANTHONY HONVARD -1- "ax, XX w YNCYSVU LINDA SANITOS 'D I IIISWJDKI LRXPI' LCDR BILLY HUNTER MMCQSWMWI wii.i,i.m 'rmuu' x vqsm Luis LEBRON ill,,,1,. V Y P if X s the true grit ot' Reactor Department, these men and women harness the enervv of two nuclear reactors into the driving forces of the ship: P. ropulsion, electricity, catapult and service steam, and potable water. Producing over titty million gallons ofpotable water and propelling the ship distances great enough to encircle the earth two and a half times, Machinery Division hag lf d Alabi in Sea steam plant operations. ln a withstood the rigors ofArabian Gu an ' 1 division comprised of nuclear and conventional trained Machinist's Mates, these s that make hot showers, drinkable water and electrical power possible. Though their work is challenging, they remain committed to the mission knowing anonymity is their measure of success. Sailors work hand-in-hand to provide service as e QM T ,.fz,,,?,,. bf.: 1. , ru, Pj? 1-,T I , y Q . 'T we LCDR TONI MONINCER LT BRYXN CR.-XHNNI LT ROBERT MERCER lil LT wifi-'lufv NIFQSER ms DANIEL CHARLTON MMCM45W'f'-W7 MMCSt.etWfSWl MMCKAWISWQ WILLIAM Mcv.-xv JR .ions sTu,i2s J mgg CQLLWQ 'VA micqswi lsizii ,H . H " . . ll SW T , lm in Rfklllllil, ,MM IQITQF WIIQSWJ Mmusm FREo1zR1c'K ' ' ' J- JEREMIAH DAVIS DENIBINSKI JR MM iqswp mn GW, T: ' , -- T , Ric El DRIDGP. HOWARD Louxigs MNlllSWm DIZNNISLOWE MMUSW LARRY XNARRINGTON 1 ,Q , xg NINI2 REBECCA BALLIET MM2 JASON BIZA'I"I'Y MM2 JONATHAN BENTON MM2 JEFF BOWLIN MM2 ERIC CORDELL fhp, xi-- , .,. MNI2 MARSHALI, , , . , , ,. , .,, NIXI2 .IOFL , . NINI2 IxI',X IN CIROI II NINI2 NIAI I II. RDNI. N , ' ' FUGATI: I I IIOCXSI-IS'IARAA'I' XIM2 JEFFREY KOZLOWSKI M M2 MATT H EW LARSON M M2 CRAIG MCLAUGI-ILIN NINIZQSWI JAY MENDI'lNIIAI,I. II MM2 TOREX JOHNSON NIMZQSNVJ MICHAEL THARPE M? MNIZ RICIIARD TREDINNICK MM3 JOSEPH DOAK , vs,-,ix NINI2 .IAMAR WILLIAMS MM3 XVII.I.IAM Bl'LI,OC'K MM3 JEFF BULLOCK TVINI3 TINA CLARK GSNI3 CALVIN DODD fi MM3 RODG E R DOWTY M NI3 BRYAN FA RYE NIM3 LA RRY FUQUA I 3. I , . i 4 il 1. .4 i 1 1 P v i s 1 I , iw if E J ,l 1 IR 155 ,, lil rn IQ' fw, YL I s I 1 I ? I Q E3 2 5' E I " ,' 1. , if A Bl 5 I f ! I if 5 Q 1, E. ' 3 I : jf 1 fi I E 8 g, Q . Q A 1-V.--..........,. QT: Q- Q I . - ,4 , II f I' 'f I XS, in an an lui, ,fu I Ri V . OS3 DA RR ELL II AN EY NI M3 BENJAMIN KELLER MMS DANIEL MARSHALL HNUIIRGU' MwnJuwnxlnxsLuY usM3TRnmuLHJAMEs WUUNMTHWW IIARRISON III .louxsox MMS LISA KIEIOLRIE MMS JENNY LASKO T 4 NINI3 KQERALD LEWIS MMS DAVID LLNDEN Nl M3 ROBERT N V. 'Q if 1' INI3 TRAX IS NIARTIN MK.HuAc.lK GC ,AQ I ITII .4 Hr- MNI3 .IANIES PEPLER NIM3 CARLOS ROJAS Mm DEBQRAH Mosrjs MMSJUYATHAN P559 HONSO m13.u,P D mrs sumucn Rus RICHARDSO5 NINI3 RAYMOND M1513 JAKE SELLERS g' ag Wi A I X Xw, Q XXV?" M513 J.-DIES WELLER FN DEYIN BLAKE NIM3 JASON WROTNY I NINIFN NICHOLAS ASI-INIUN XINIFN RlC'll.XRD BRICWIQR I-'N NXIIIIANI BRY.KN'I' if I lf- Q I 3, 3 Ng If FN JUSTIN ELLIOT MMFN RAINEY RACLAND FA MARK BELL FN CHAZ EPPS MM FN GILBERT ROBERTSON MMFN JOSEPH INGRALDI I-'N D.-XYID NICCIBBON JR I-'N JEREMY PURDUE , X.-,Iv .- FN DAVE SC'lIl'I,TZ FN ROBERT THOMPSON III MMFN ROBERT TIIIRNIAN , x Ik "" A -- , FA JEREMY BROWN FA IIORACE BL' FORD MQ. T' FA ROBERT CAMPBEI .I, FA RAULY ESPINAL 5 I I 1 -, ff' , M. HZ '47 Q Frif u Hui. A, ' san XYXPQ wr I Ai' - +7 1' 1' I A In J 1, ,,j,,1- NINIFX .XYTWAN FORD EEST .K fx' 7 0. 'R FA STANL EY GASTON l ,-L1 f iv uv if QT EQ FA AL FONSO GUERRERO af- f'-, - -v,. FA DOUGLAS IIICKMAN FA Ksvm HOWARD FA FRANZ INNO! 'ENT FA CIIARLES JAC OBS FA DALE KAIVIAI FA JASON KELLY FA MICIIAEL PEREZ DE .II-:Sl FA RAYMOND PETERSON FA JOSE RODRIGUEZ FA STEVEN RITGGIERO FA DONAl,D'I'ISDAI.Ii FR DERRICK CLFLLINS FR LANVRENCE HAN KINS .FR FR VVILLIAM HOPKINS FR RUDY REYES FR DOMINIQU E W'lLLIANIS FA SHEDRICK STEPHENSON ,J . FA NATHAN ,Q za Hsgrr 3lil1H'1fl1" Q he crew of the GW endured many adverse conditions during their MED! MEF Deploymentg scorching hot weather in the Arabian Gulf, sandstorms in the Straits of Hormuz, and cold, windy seas in the North Atlantic. We have tested the limits of what a warship can accomplish with unprecedented flight gperations and propulsion plant endurance in a hostile area ofthe world. Throughout it all one luxurv the ship never went without is electrical power. Reactor Auxiliaries 9 1 Division provide a continuous safety net with their Emergency Diesel Generators. When a casualty or drill brings down normal ship's distribution, RA Division is fast on the scene, pumping out emergency power for combat systems, command and cgntrol, and propulsion plant recovery. LT DAVE SINIPRINI EN?-QSWW lfvlwl t ,'fN2'W' , iam lci.w'vN cxxluzol. EN3 n0l't:i..xsc',xn'l'i-La ALPHONSO JACKSON Rom-1R'l' wxczxliiz J0SlwPll WUUQN l-LNB ISAAC CLINGFOST EN3 REGIN.-Xl. JONES EN3 DOMINGO CRUZ EN3 ROY GRANT ENS ROGER NIONFADA ENS NIARSHALL l'lC'Kl-1'll'l' EN3 CHRIS TRUJILLO FN DENNIS FREEMAN FN cf1i,xQUlN'ris'r smnn lass l.l"l'lll-IR mu. lass ci-iARLEs JENKINS '+- l- fs see X , 'J I . ,V Q ,.,. , aj gsm. eactor Controls Division is made up of S3 highly trained Electronics Technicians who provide safe and reliable power and propulsion to the USS eorve Washington anvwhere in the world. All of these men and women ' z-v an . have undergone extensive training and qualifications to certify them to operate and maintain the intricate and highly complex instrumentation and control systems for Wh ther Jroviding the steam needed George Washington's twvo nuclear reactors. ' e 1 I l' 'ata ultinv aircraft, propelling the ship, or for hot showers and warm mealsg or c. p g RC Division really is the "power" behind the USS George Washington and truly --11 . , c rw ' ,Y :- puts the 'IN in CX iN 73. LT FREDERICK MESSING WR ENS BRIAN LADIEU E'l'C'Sl.XNYfSiN:l E'l'f'St.XNWSNV!SSl IQ'l'C't,XNWSW'j JOHN BRINRO HENRY TAYLUR PERRY ITRIIQND SR E'l'1rSWm ETIKSWQ STEVENC'.XNll'Blil.l, ANTHDNY CASABONA UNSW' RWKY EW-NS can snzvsx LIGHT F3Tltsvvy GWENDOIXN x1i7l.HOl,l,ixNo .msox sc'll,xFi1R JASON THOMPSON .,., li'l'llSWl K. luieliz UNSW! itriqsxvp 1 C, ETZQSWJ ETZDANELBARWI- rr ET2 in xx iurorn ET1 wmv Bl M10 x BR XNDT BOULDEN ETIQSXU S DANIEL BRoLfn.Lnw Erzlswr n 1 TIMOTHYASHLEY E -..Q I L4 Q 'Exif' A I N. U. Q IV4. I NIM2 MARK FELIPE fi ET2 STEVEN FIELDER .IR 4 '-sr -nw- MM2 PATRICIA FLOYD ET2 SEAN CAREY ET2 VINCENT CITTA DI NO IQTZQSWJ SIIARI f'L'ENCNX M, ET2 CIAL' DI-I DIQARVI IS ET2 JENNIFER GRIDLEY ET2 DEBRA GRIFFITHS ET2 .IARED HOLLISTER ET2 JAMES LE ET2 ANTHONY HULL ET2 ALAN IIYTONEN .igff ET2 JASON LEONARD ET2 SHAVVN MAC IEJ UN ES ET2 HERMAN KAATZ ETZ KELYIN KEN DALI, ET2 MIKE MALIS ET2 MICHAEL MALO ,,..-1-........ www- T- s v. l. I 1' - I . 34-13,4 1Yf'j: . 5 . Q I X K, T ,flxxfl 'I' Q ,i'w.!.f.!.Xl xii' ET2 GA RY PEA RSON ET2 TRACY STOWERS MM3 JEREMY HENDRIC KS Wllfvdq n ET2 JAMES MCCLENDON ET2 JON METZ , Erz ANTHONY ET, ET2 :JUSTIN REESE ET2 JASON snzvvnzc STAUFFER iq an ERIC Mmm ET2 JARV IS ET2 KENNETH ET2 ASHANTI EN2 CHRISTOPHER WHITAKER WILLIAMS WVREN ET3 ERIC JENSEN ET3 JARRFT NICNEAL E13 m-:lu-:K MOORE -If we 'x X .iii - 2-3 fri e over 90 Nuclear trained Electrician's Mates of Reactor Electr provide for the generation and distribution of the sh ical Division ip's massive electrical demands, often compared to that of a small city. From performing maintenance on the ship's 4160 Volt distribution system to Standing watches as Load Dispatchers and Electrical Operators, Reactor Electrical Division ensures there is continuous power to GEORGE WASHlNGTON's many vital war fighting systems. Through Operations ENDURING FREEDOM and SOUTHERN WATCH, Reactor Electrical Division "kept the lights on." LT GILBERT CLARK ENS mvlli i-i.,u,1-iwEi,i, 1-I Emcqsm mmswy Janome MCQUAIDE mov BIESTERVELD i B E pmfffffp YQ ENICNIQSXWSSJ REESE KlLlAX EMIQSWJ JEREMIAH BROMLEY '56 -Nal- N N,,Jx E bling -ji' SNAYY 'X X ENlC'fSlWANVj BOB NICCOWN ENIIQSWIAXVJ JEFFREY ESPENSCHIED ru tr, s EMIQSSJ .iossvn MCCLLTRE - 1 ---1 LCDR TIMOTHY BARNEY i 4 EMIQAVVQ JASEN KNAPP EMIISYW KENNETH NIONSON EMIQSWJ DANIEL MORSE t 1 i 2 E i '21 EM l QSWXAWISSJ JOHN SUTTON rw JN i .V 'wg '- ' H , ,. - K ,x xx. if - ICH HSNVJ I W'll.l,l,XNl YAUGIIT ENl2lSWj CRAIG BALKIN E312 .losm ,x :sms 4 XX i AR I., M O f i -3, -1 'f - fiiilifx ' K 3 Y L , Q 16,3 EMMSM SEAN Cox I-:Mz BILLY BOYD Ill EM2 SAM EEL BROWN EM2 JEFFREY BROWN EM2 JOSH CLAUSEN H mmswy ANDREW CRAWFORD STEPHFY cuogq Emzfswp EM2 DANIEL CROSSMAN ...I .IO W'-' W2 RICHARD PNP II ANN AH Enwx RDS Emfsm EM2 CHARLES DUNKLEX' 'A " 'A" ' ' XVILLlAAl FOLEY GRAYSON EM2 MONTE HANCOCK JOHN IIARGRETT ENIZISWI ICRIKA IIERRIERA EMZ THOMAS HOVVLAND EM2 KELLY JESSEPH ENI2 GEORGE KEY EM2 STEPHEN LANCASTER EM2 VVILLIAM LANDRUM ET2 JUDD LAPP EM2 KEVIN JOHNSON 1 S . z EM2 JAMES LOFTON RUSSELL LUNI 'CFU-EL NELSQY EM2 ANDREW MCNEELY EM2 BENJAMIN MILLER EM2 WILLIAM MORGAN EM2 TIMOTHY MORTI MORE EM2 KIERAN NICHOI S ENI2 JOHN NIKON EM2 PAUL PERAGINE I EM2 NEI-IEMIAH PRINCE g f al, at 1 qhf!T.6 nx" nj EM2 JOSHUA SMITH ENIZ SIIAYA SMITH I- EM: MICHAEL , . uz wlL1.lAm vol N , WILLIAMS EL ' C I f I 5. E If 55 If X, 5 f Tr I Ex f -f g, Tw. wr EQ :lf 3"1f31F'FH"'W- 5- Q-Q l lu I 'QIQQ El X .5-.!2f .. 5 ..'T":- sf! ENI3 ANTHONY BUDDI-I EM3 LILLIAN CLOONEY EM3 TIMOTHY CONINE EM3 JEREMY DIEHL ll ENISALEXIS ERYIN ENI3 RYXN III NTICR ..- IQNI3 .IOSIII A ISAAFS C? ENI3 RODIQRIFK JACOBS EMS ADAM NIARCIQN E513 MICHAEL NASH EM3 JOSHUA PERKINS EM3 NVILFREDO SANCHEZ Y'-" Ii N13 JOHN TILLOTSON EM3 ERIC VARGAS EM3 .IANIES WISENIAN WARFHANI Q Q11- E ' If ' I If ' , . F - i f A f' ' 1 f 'lid I J EM FN SAMUEL ff. ...J - . .. if pil,-nite' tor Laboratories CRLJ Division provides the chemistry controls needed to ke ep the reactors healthy and strong. Specially trained Machmlst's Mates erving as Engineering Laboratory Technicians QELTSJ provide this service, e minimize corrosion of plant materials using chemical controls, thus increasing the life of the power plants. ELTS provide more than just longevityg they accept thg all radiological controls for the ship. Through their endless efforts, they ensure that radiation and contamination stay out ofthe personnel spaces. The Engineering Laboratory Technicians serving in RL will ensure that the GEORGE WASHINGTON continues to provide the United States with distinguished service for years to come on the same two plants it was built with. responsibility of monitoring Qu- l ill '-I , 4 J X xmcqswy RICK FRIQEMAN mmswy JASON DENA ULT LTJG JAY FORSGREN MMCQSWJ PAUL MARTIN vi- Mivnqswp CONNIE DUvAL Mnnpgigrivryo MMNSW' MMIISWJ N Jouv wxu XCE RICK YARBRQUGH un u' l'l 1 run lf K MM2 RYAN BETZ -4-in Mxvlzqswy APRIL EHRHARDT mc NICHQLAS mm MMC4SwiqsrLp RAUL mfs MMZISWD - 15X -..L-........4.. fi . 1 ' . 9' 1. x. if - . .IJ .I Y Mmzqswy SERGIO 1B,xRRA MM2 GEORGIA KEMP NINIZ NIATTIIEW KLRA MM2 SCOTT LINDAIII, ,I NIMZISWI MMZQSWQ MMZKSWJ ,. . 4 , I. NIMZQSWH JACOB MA'I'I'INGLY JASON MITCHELL DOUGLAS PAINTER MID 'IUIYREX PARIS TRISTAN STULL I NINIZKSWI .I .-XSON YI-IRCRLYSSE NINI3 LUKE BITTNER MMS KRISTEN KOEIIN -.af NI M3 WILLIAM LIMESTALL C' MM3 .IANI ICS BOVVDEN NIM3 MARC' MUESELER M M3 THOMAS FLOOD fs? nr- M M3 STEVEN SI MON A M M2 G LYNX' RD FIT RR MM FN THOMAS GAUDET . 3 I 1 . F 11 it ' ' a C41 . ,Ht ,W ' N ' Q - Xxx, N l' ausvQtmitl!"'TI"Xj ether it's performing primary valve operations, repairing broken equipment in the middle of the night, or combating casualties during men and women of RM Division are on call aintain the mechanical support systems of Propulsion Plant Drills, the twenty-four hours a day to operate and m GW's twin nuclear reactors. RM Division works hard at fostering esprit de corps and are committed to upholding GW's mission at home and abroad. Just alloys are more resilient than metals in elemental form, the RM Division Team is stronger due to the varietv ofskills each member brings to the team. The Reactor Mechanics in til and 1492 Reactor Auxiliaries Rooms are a shining example of the integrity, skill, and devotion to duty that are the trademarks ,kat LT SUSAN LANG LT S0.lUl' RN SIIELTON LT MICHAEL VVENTZEL wmcgswy ALEX BA Lv DER ofthe Naval Nuclear Power program, 1 l LCDR RON Bgmn ENS.l0Sl1QPll SINGER MMCISWJ Mmeqsm SCOTT WUOSTER mmswp ROBERT slows MMUSWJISELI JAM ES WILSON i I Mmtlswy DANIEL SIIAHAN Mxiclsm MICHAEL xmuswp SEAN MCDONNI-zu. , MMIISWI ADAM THOMAS M512 CHRIS APUNTE I is vs Y .P' -.T MM2 JACOB BAUER MMMSWJ t L BRANDY BERNHARVI' H v J v :wr sw I . as Lili q,J' 1 NINI2 CIIRISTOPH ER BICKEL 1""" MINI2 JASON BITLER NINIZKSNYJ MICHAEL BRUN flu MM2 ROBERT BRYANT 7' A-mzqswy mmsxx, V , DONALD CAVERIA' Rum-1R'r c'zx'zl1ixx sm Mm "Um D" " MMZISNVI CRA IG GAUTIIIER MM2 DEAN GELINAS MM2 DANIEL HALL NINI2 MATTI I EW HENRY M M2 STEVE IIORST M M2 TA N I-ISI IA .IA NI ES xmzqswy czlqixx Iznwuzns MINIZISNU NN ILLIANI I".-XGAN MM2 FREDDIE KELLY 1 NI MZISXW REBECCA KNECHT MM2 CORK" LEISE MNIZISWJ KENNETH LUCE NIZVI2 JUSTIN NOURSE .-.-...Q -1-D if P4 Y' s 2 N 3:31 .ill 3 -?'f l51 f X' 3 N I NIZLSWP S'l'.XC'Y OYERBY MMP. TOBY PHASE r... amz .msox vuzucr Nl M2 BRADLEY Rl DSA mmsw, Kmn snonngg - . MM2 MELHN SCOTI' ' mu CHARLES smcxu 1 wmzcswr . Jsnmmu SUTTON I ' U Lliffwufffxiif 1 - i Mmzfsxx y M112 SAYLER 2'P,,,,:'.T7'1T'f.'--1' M-- i . ' Mm ANTONIO SHI-:LLY 4 .Q-K 3: , Q I Q ..,w,Y'- 1. Q I 1 Mm JAMES STEPAN EK E 32 vmz EDWARD TORRES MM2 PxTR1CK'rU'rT ' V' -' - , . Mmqswy MM3 U A 1 f LE xmz x mc,mT wx ITTIL. JONATHAN XVOFFORD 1 2 iff MM3 JEFF BLEVINS Q- MNI3 SCOTTY IIUNZIKER :wr 1 nv I is Y'- MNI3 JOEL BR.-INN NINBISWJ JOSH BUN KE RWORLEY MM3 'I'.XNI.XR.X JOHNSON XlNl3 I'.X'I'RIC'K I.I-1IlNl,-XXX M313 NIICAELA PATINO 'CT MNIFN .ll'S'I'IX MCKINNON MMFN TRAVIS WILSON MMS EDVVIN QUINONES MM3 ALEX RlVAb I MM3 GASPAR IIERNANIJIZZ XINI3 LI-I0 NIARKITORT R MM3 STICYI-IN NIISILRAXN If Xl XI3 SANIUI-Il. SIIAYICR NUI3 MICHAEL SMITH N- wif il il 3' I+., lf lile traininv is an all-hands function in Reactor Department, Reactor ts Training Division provides the expertise to coordinate a wide array of 5 initiatives. These include developing training goals, writing schedules, coordinating level of knowledge checks, running propulsion plant drills, administering Z' watchstation qualification exams, maintaining detailed personnel training records, and perhaps most importantly, indoctrinating newly reported personnel in basic nuclear systems and operations. Reactor Training is comprised of senior-in-rate petty officers from each of the other Reactor divisions to form a nucleus of highly motivated and capable operators. Hand-picked for demonstrated leadership and skill, thev are mentors to new Sailors and role models to their peers. - use LCDR BRIAN FINMAN LT l'.Xl'l. ,u,i.c:m:R LT TIMOTHY ZANE LTJG com' .ionN50N ENS .IENNIFER N,-XRYARRO MMCSQSWIAWJ RONALD LTJG .IUDITH MARO LTJG RONALD MARTEL BRONAKOSKI iixiuswy ,www , 1. ,, , Q A i nomar , BLNl,.DlC,l rams 1,1-:em Mivutswy JAMES uvnn MMNSWI Mfxrrunw I-IYNES 'ie kwin MMICAWISNW tm, , f 1 tSwl.l,mrs . BROCK Lusnricr WC, . " lllsllwvfswi V 1 " 4 1 , ,,xljf:l.lL ,: v V Q " Nlfulfsxsl 'N .iosi-im 1.u.i,i:v cmus'riNA vvlremms LTJG SCOTT 1-:rcs RON NAGY. l EMIQSWI 5 JAMES KEENER fi I .3 v I I I 1 1 , 1 YJ, -wa- '.g?u'x'! EIXQI I .Ill I -2-3..x.L 'w 1 .Q X!! 24 ii' -fs, I 2 - 1 A: 1. ENI2 AMILE NASH 5 vi, mlzqswy JOEL PLESSINGER Mmqsw 5 KENNETH WILLIAMS MM2 WILLIAM ADAMS .Y ET2 ANTHONY ELLERBE ,Q Ii'I'2 SHANE NIC'I,.-UN EM2 SEAN NIEEIIAN If'I'3 .I l ' AN A DROV ER ENI3 MICHAEL ANTHONY ET3 JASON BRADLEY '31, Ai' EMS JESSICA COX MM3 SC'O'l"I' IIKDAIAN B: ET3 LUKE DYMEN E313 .IANIES EC'C'I.IiS Mm ROBERT ENDECOTT M M3 ADAM FOX MMS SHYLA GROONIS MMS FERNANDO JIMEN EZ Ci 138' ET3 KRISTOPIIER JOHNSON 4 I I u '- I EKG". ' iv. , 1 57: 21,3 -'rp' .lk-s ' e' T I.: I ,-1 -SR fi ri I X5 f ICT3 SHANNON KA I IOVEC MMS DUSTIN MARTINDALE P' MM3 DAVID OURS Q Mm .1.-xmas Pl,LENINII-IR MM3 ROBERT 4.4: A SCHMUGGE M313 ROBERT PLIYNIMER MMS MANU SIVARAMAN s - ,. " ' ,. . l, 1. ....., 1--4-f-H fa I X ,SAA an J L tt! :f,s-,!1,!' ,lil be lr-,He . eactor Department Sailors stand ready to combat any tire, tlood, or other ' l disaster in all propulsion plant spaces. Comprised of energetic, senior-in- ate qualified personnel from every Reactor Department division, we have the advantage of a wide array of experience and specialization. Our mission is to pmvide 10006 reliability ofdamage control gear in the plants. From CO2 bottles to watertight battle hatches, Reactor DC is responsible for maintaining, repairing, and preserving our war-fighting readiness. ln addition to our duties in the damage ggntrol realm, we stay engaged with our parent division's training, qualifying, and standing watch in the plant. The responsibility to our shipmate's safety is a large mmm, R mzmgx nzmuxtztz one, but eactor DC is up to the task! , , F312 N.XTll.XN BASII,-XXI MMltSWy JASON sc oi T lQMZtSVVl mn MICHAEL COOK THEODORE DUBOIS MMI .XBRAIIANI Nl l-l.ll,-X EM2 CRAIG JOHNSON MM3 RENEE mms ELIZABETH g I , I MMZISW, SAENIM LIMMERMAIN . ' ABB t ET2 JEFFREY MOLES EM3 AARON RANDY MICHAUD V., . .,.,--mf.-,: -k 6 ?'.l7W- f D 'F ,wg , . is A vtggg gfkgfhvl I , S V. if , V l l sv 3 E l. l 5 E S l 2 l' X , E 5 i Mg, igf?f iii' is 688-f.. 5 xg ah-M xx X' I 1, .4 ' . --.jk ug.,-Aj, , T gf!! ' 'ii - , Til ffl:-gf I . AQ fgblff g i ifi " 1 - ' 1 .. 1 - f . - zV. - 2 f .4 J ' E v g,: ..:, ' QQ . 41., .5 :gk ',-' Q ,Av:, , ,f 'T , 1' ,hir ' fag gn! Q ff' V "., I , f' " .4 . A H ' '?'f'f5i'f"ff2 A - 'QS' fig? CQ! :sg ,Q 11?-z' 'f :f,1T'2T r 2 1' 2 '-" ' v",' ' ' 1 .,,' -0" mn. -em f , ' , .-P?:"-wr :I . il fr., .I .Af f, -ia: , gilt 1 xii Y I ff.. ' ' - ,A 4 -:ff - ':vfj: A ........ . 1-1-l' .4 .lr..s,,, A , ,fi .f,-.F ,A 'Q . . "zu"-.X-u:2. ,- ,:.-re1."w', ".l'.'.:.: -' . f :sw , A W Q , , - ,1 3.1 H 4, -rr - -5,1 -1. ' " ' 1-L 'T ,i'1!w',':f4"v55 :1:?',.4' -H ' f t: K f .flvgffil Ni 'U 1 4 4 E 'fin N lu. 'jfyffjf 771. 'f .4 X 'L -- hi 1 Iliff t 'kwv FJ' 1' .. .. - ABHCQAWISWD HOMER ELAM SAFETY OFFICER S CDR DAVID TUTTLE on GW. We actually have two jobs, simply put, we are marketing poll "market or sell" SAFETY in every form and we 'tpolice" compliance with a variety e Ship's Safety Department is a small group of dedicated professionals that has a oi As safety sales people we have a wide variety of products which include afloat safety, a traffic safety, recreational safety, and many other kinds of safety We sell safety with throughout the ship, regular inspections, and through a wide variety of training. An in of the our sales program is Operational Risk Management CORMJ. We teach eve. . . . t 1 directives and requirements. , 0 0 , W Stl' fundamentals of ORM and how to use ORM as part of everything they do both at work a As safety police we make sure the ship and crew use all the proper safety equipment an That starts on an individual level, ensuring proper use of Personal Protective Equipmen the ship wide level, ensuring compliance with all Naval Occupational Safety and Healt Programs. This includes oversight of environmental programs, healing conservation, sight respiratory protection and many other programs. We are the ships "conscience" regardil of safety and environmental regulations. 03 U4 3' I FH 88 92 , S8 VAG 132 DEPARTMENT LCPC . lished bv' Safety stand downs, inspections work center s Q 41:-wi fn .R-. ' e :L Kg . afety is responsible for compliance of environmental . Q v programs on board the Ship, The Navy Occupational, Safety, and Health Programs are ll'llplCIllQntQd through the OPNAVINS l' 5l00.l9D. The requirements ofthe 5l00.l9D -1 ccomP - ' ' . K ' "' 'u"l'el'5v Samllli Q afety training and bl'l6lS and reporting problems to various departments and .divisions for Correction: Other means of compliance are the reporting of misha , .Hack and trend analysis of mlshapndata, investigate and report mishaps to higher authority, responding to emergencies around the ship such as tires, flooding, and medical emergencies. The cooperation of the entire crew is necessary for any essful program the Safety Department must maintain. LTCARYISAACSON 1 i SKIISVVQ ASI LXWXSXYJ IST l tSW'!ANVl BLACKMAN Rlfll.-KRD KICISER BOBBYSlYll,l,S sonsww FCZQSWJ FRANK DCZQSWIAWJ BMZQSWU nomar voRR GALLOWAYJR DAVESHEIA HARRIS WARREN REGESTER 4 X , U I-lift? , Q Q I Q it , ' 2 iii P XX 5' ,pg R 1 i-ilsf ',: j. , nf ,ki . 2- :J-9? -"' i 1 5 5 1 ' V Ll r i ' u ' l - -1 ' , 1 ,A4 - f - , f f V Ml Z. Q '4'k.fLx: t A , - , -4 , . I . V, J' Vxkl VZ: , f- ,,, fr' ...,' 3' . X Q 1, 7 J , , a -'P -. J e -pa., 5 s, . ' . 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Y , 'C ,- -H Q 1 7 1'- 5, 4? ,H up M G, I ' '4 K 'vi' , .l x, 'Q I .J,. fb if 5 s falpx 1- -M--M um , - ,p,, ,A lz... 0' we - ff -1- new ann 4 live- 3 gn c 4 'L I 1 Lx, -"' NEW 55159, at f lm' :, '3 '? n Q Q.. f 'f' F5 ' 5 3 3 wp, 1 ., -, I-ww P 3 4 .Q f - N , 1 ,"U 2,3 1 1 J 2 ' .V vw' 'QP'-i 2 LQAE- +- P .. ng- I' 4 'F ' T T I .r ,,., N 1. ii' . a Q 2 ff' 'J 'asf' 'pf I .i'.i'-.i.i l w..s 1... - T F 'A 1- , L I E X E 1, 5. 11 T as y 1 5 2 DEPARTMENT LCPO SKCMQAM TONY DECENA SUPPLY OFFICER CDR JOHN QUA upply Department provides material support to maintain the ship and air wing in a maximum readiness and services that contribute to the comfort, morale and recreation of the entire enormous job is completed by thirteen divisions with over 600 personnel assigned when embarked. We manage an inventory of more than 95,000 line items of repair parts and consumable at S300 million. The annual budget exceeds S70 million. We prepare and serve 20,000 1 . 0 The crew can select merchandise from two ship's stores, get their clothes cleaned in the dry l laundry plants, and get their hair cut at our barber shop. Disbursing ensures the crew is paid run a iirst class hotel service for Chiefs and Officers and provide them with five star chow division operates tive gyms and coordinates events for the crew both at-sea and inport. We ' stow, issue and account for repair parts and consumable material and move more than 100,000 i mail for the battle group monthly. Throughout the 2002 deployment, we proved the stars Department were among the brightest and finest battle group in the world. is il 4 E is E e E, 5 , ,, . -,....,..... Q-.t , It A if -0 Division consists administrative support staff. The department is led by the Supply Officer. He has three primary assistants: Assistant Supply Officer, Principal Assistant for Logistics, and Principal Assistant for Services. LCDR Scott Goodwin, the Assistant Supply Officer is responsible to the Supply Officer for departmental administrative and career counseling support, and leads Damage Control!3M Division and QXA Division. LCDR John Palmer, the Principal Assistant for Logisitcs IPALJ, manages the Battle G I . t. . I. d . . . . . . roup ogls ics pipe me an leads three parts support divisions, Postal Division and Hazardous Material Division. LT Paul Shields, the PrincipalA ieads three food service divisions, Sales ' Q., 1 of Supply Department's senior leadership and ssistant for Services CPASJ, and MWR Division. l,C'DR RONALD ,, . . . . LCDRSCOTTGOODWIN .HN.KliR U l'Mtl15l'lU1D5 Wlfswmwl W2 HERBER1 sn was x xx rn ni x smxl Lv icon Jonx PKlXlhR CLE, FLMDLUWERS . X .. fl Q 524' g ,SQ I W4 i ,. ,,.,.3 .M , , --::L1.,'y: .x 1 :' 1 1: rv. . -- 7:1 .473 sa: V., he Stock Control Division consists of three major work areas, Financial Management, Customer Service, and Inventory Management. The inventory management branch is responsible for managing more than 95,000 line items Less ofS300 million Financial management maintains Ships Operating valued in ex ' ' . ' rt of GW and Air Wing Seventeen. Port visit service Target accounts lll obtained successful port visit suppo arrangements required extensive research, negotiation, and forceful tactics. Services included water taxis, tents, buses, supply onloads, barges, and water supplv, An advance representative was flown to each of the ports to coordinate required services. This advance liaison coupled with 'tbehincl the scenesv effort, ensured s and enabled the crew to enjoy their well-deserved liberty. LT DAN Fl-:ucung I '35 SKCVIQSWIXWB , H ,. ,. A Q V PETQWATQERQ SKCQSWDNUlil.BONlJOC A'fffAWfSNWtSE1,y gkmw, S , , V E CARL IXVIOORVE FAU! CHUDOROV K1 BRIAN GUFFKAN SK2 tSwm JEFF BROWN SK2 JENNIFER LINGG AKZI AXVB CA ROL PENA SK3 JAMES BELLINO SK3 Nllfflll-Ql,l.lC WARD SK3 Tl FFANY W H ITA C R li SKSN KAMERON PRATT - 9 AN JENNIFER sTul.,1.F:R SKAR DEREKGAINES sxzoxwq MATTHEW TILLEY P.- Li U WOODS WEB' .SNAyy 15221 f "X ---... ....... ,: A, .,i,, N , aj 15 rx 'ff Gregg: " Q e Food Service Team fed nearly 5,500 crewmembers at a level of expertise no other ship in its class has been able to match. Responsible for providing wholesome and nutritious meals, the enlisted mess was an indispensable part ofcach sailor's day. The seven serving lilies include the new. well-received Subway Sandwich and Chili Bars. The new Baskin Robbins Ice-cream booth is a main attraction during both warm and cold weather. S-2 ensured a supply of fresh fruits and vegetables were always available . ln addition to normal operations, GW's food service team offered a wide range of extra services too. including specialty cakes, ethnic menus. ice cream socials, steel beach picnics, and high protile dining receptions attended by as many as 200 foreign diplomats. CWO3 TOMMIE WALKER Ill MSCMKQW Nl gffswi MSCQSNWAXX llslila KEi'INiIUSTI-ISHN ALLISON t'll,UllSliRS C'll.XRl.liS DIVKINSOX KICNNI-I'l'lfl S'l'.-tl.l,.fXRlJ .KYDRICXN JOHNSON r.,..... NISCXSXU BNIVKSXU Q Nr IOYFS BNIIQSWQWESLEY MSHSWJ EDWIN CRAIG MSI SANDRA GREEN MSI JAMES HILL NlSl IRL. .. . -. KITCHENS MS2 MICHAEL FLOWERS . 1 N ' ' C 'CF DAVIS MSI BRIAN NIAR'l"l'll.A MSZ YALERIE BILLS NIS2 CLARI N NIS2 STEVEN , , MS2 GAII. LOGAN KOLODZIIZJCZY lx Mszqswi Msz snci-iam. Rossm JACKSON JOHNSUN lNIS2tSXVl BRIAN IIUI .IIHRT NIS2 CIIARLES LENVIS Q3 5 E 1 i J! ry, Q, r 1' .. .. I MS2 CIIARLES VSZKSWVTRAVIS MS2 mfwwoou 'roman Mmm ,R M53 VINCENT BARNES M53 DEANA sm 'ruozwxs A A ' MS3 TRICIA BUSH ff- Ea' I MS3 SL.-KN I KA CAPERS MS3 CHARLES COKER MS3 JOSH L A DE ROODE M53 QUYANDK ELLISON MS3 TONYA HENRY MSS RACHEL .l ASSO MS3 GREGORY JOHNSON JR MS3 AMINA HOLIDAY MS3 Rl'SSEl,l. JOHNSON i 5 i MS3 .IAN LAGERQU IST -"""x if MSS ELIZABETH LANTINGA V MS3 DERRICK RILEY MS3 1 MS3 RIDGER SIII'fL'I'ON M83 DAVID SIMPSON -N., I"':"f:f: J, NIS3 SIIERICNE SMALL NIS3 SOPHIA 'I'I'lIGI'I-IN iii MS3 YARA TORRES MSSN .IOSIC .XRSliN,Xl'l.'I' NISSN l,ANlilSII.'X BANKS r - NISSN DANA BLSIIROD MSSN SHARON GRAIIANI NISSN ANGELA HATHAWGQ, MSSN JOANN JOHNSON MSSN ALAN MA RSHALL NISSN ALEXIS MARTINI-ZZ XISSN RASIIAUN MCLOYD 52, I if , MSSN RICHARD PYLE NISSN CI-IELSIE SMITI-I I MSSN SC'O'I"I' SNIITII NISSN ERIC EALI. MSSN .IOI IN 133m I BICRI SEND.-XIII. I ' MSSN SHANNON MSSN MELISSA CEBALLOS JACKSON MSSN ROOSEYEIII' OVERTON MSSN DARNELI. JENKINS ,-X , I QZJTQ :rm v. - R I I A. 1.2 v, - 51:5 A, MSSR LEIGH MARTIN oxw E , . I ' I I I I 1 5 s I r 2 I I I 5 s I 4 I I I . Q I I I I . I ...-................................. i 1 I I F 4 I f .....4...4..4...,....u....... .. Q I1 , , I I r 3 he Barbershop, Laundry, Vending, 7!ll and Mini-Mall are all run by this incredibly hard working division. The crew purchases toiletries, CDis, DVD's, clothing, food items and other snacks in the GW Mini Mall store. The combined retail outlets averaged 55400300 in sales per month. Another important function ofthe sbip's store is to generate funds for Morale, Welfare, and Recreation. sion stand sales, "midnight madness" sales 's Store contributed S250,000 to the MWR Uht to twelve thousand pounds of laundry Through the retail outlet sales, conces and ATSLT Phone Card sales, the Ship Fund during deployment. Processing eig and providing two hundred haircuts every day were other facets of the Sbip's Serviccmen's daily routine. V v .- -, gf: r . C ' 9' 6 A 7 -iii ii ENS PAUL rox E E ' rooimssiswj Sl K NU SHI DAWYIYF cmcos qllllwl SHHSWD as . E,HARTzliR JE:-'I-'1fRxl lll-QLNIS ' 2 ' ' R 1 . ' Jonx l'll',Rl.O'NG CHRISTOPIIIER svriin .4 g Sm CLYDE BRADFORD SHl1SWJAN1'oN1o Cmv u. , , f'Q'2lS,W SHZQSWJ suzqsvw . lxl-.INN I-, 1 n A new some REBECCA OXENDINE JEFFREY REDDICK SHIQSWJ QIIXKATRINX f ' e'ss fi - - . . - . . " ' ' ' ' sus CARL BRXANT T c 0FNNlP.XNAl,lxlCR ,ALEXAN DER ,jo r '7"'A Sll3 DOLORES CARRION SH3 TROY ICIIGGENBOTHAM sus TYRHONDA JENNINGS y, A r - R si A A ' K -N Q Y .F , , mx lr 7' 4 ' ' H . F AJ ' 4' I 13 4.i1-1-uni SH3 MARSHALL MILLER SH3 JASGN WINNS SHSN JOHN COEN SHSN DANTIC HILL SHSN Nl E LVIN TRAVIS J 4,2 771993 Abu, " Ywf- ,"l: .LJ Er, A FR: pl susx .msox Moons SHSN LIZN.-XRIC mmnuau I-1... PH E N I TA sus,x CHRISTOPHER snsfx H NOBLITT sn-:w,uu SHSN ANDREW l'HlLl,ll'S SHS.-K NICIIOLAS UPSIIAW SH3 ffIlRIS'l"UPHER 'l'.Xl,llERT SIISN IZRY.-XVI' BROWN SIISNSNY1 DEBRA UOLDAXINIICR SHSN .IOYA LN S'ltlfW,XR'l' SIISA MARCELINO VA RGAS i Kr ir Dx-s 4 N 5 W 5 V4 -I A Tuolwulu. :-.....- Q Q ff ' lf 'kk I I 'R y W., L j Q .XJ ie Disbursing Officer and Deputy Disbursing Officer, along with 13 ship's compliment Dishursing Clerks and ten airwing Disbursing Clerks were responsible for accurately maintaining 5,500 pay accounts. The payroll section provided timely customer service, and check cashing services. Imminent Danger Pay, Combat Tax Exclusion Zone Pay, and Family Separation Allowance were just some ofthe "extra pays" processed for GEORGE WASHINGTONXCVW-I7 sailors on deployment. During the deployment, the travelffiscal section of Disbursing paid h d checks while collecting S7 million from the E IR ,C , nxcqswy , , I Q V V Tummswmhls nmrrxu. 1ucii,xx,m DRITIZNIOTHYKRUGER mcg 5159 BOSXVELL .5 DK2 MICHAEL 7 V DKZ GREGORY NIAGNESS IJK3 CXXRNIICN BRICXN STER DK3 DOUGLAS UINN nm COQLVICE A-1,xRzET'r E Q mes l.fov'm:xc'r: DKSN INNA convex DKSN 'l'l-llRv New oKsN JOSHUA Cnov out more than S23 million in cas an W E g Ship's Store and Food Service Divisions. ln excess of 2,700 payment vouchers, . . . . . , , LTJG including travel claims and dealers bills, were processed totaling over S7 million. Bmsugggiw , :al I - f ' DK2 JULIO C ma ROBERT sw , If 'Q Q - ' ""-J Jl IQIZICQCTI IRISTC WHER l,lNlll3INAU N152 JOHN RICED H53 .IICRUNI E POWI-fLl. M83 ALVIN ZIQLLOUS .IR MSSN DEBRAMARTINEZ I' - .. .1 1 fr tores Division QS-61 was the central point of contact for materials viation S for CVW-I7 squadrons and the Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance epartment . With its own stock control, customer service center, technical research unit, and storerooms, S-6 Division managed more than 8,000 Aviation Depot Level Repairables valued at more than Sl93,793,700. The division completed more than 45,000 demands, including 50 engine changes. Rotatable Pool maintained l00"A, range and 98.5'M1 depth of high-use components, contributing to 93W issue effectiveness rate. ln addition, issue effectiveness for "bit-piece,' parts, such as washers and gaskets, averaged 940f0. S-6 Division ensured the right parts were carried on board, and getting the ones that were not here faster than anyone else' si4c'xn,xvv1 LT BILL PARRISH ENS Jlilflflilli DELANO SKCSIAWQFARNIENCITA DANNY CICRNY Nl.-X'l"I'l l EWS Skltswmxvy vr3Rc'El AKI ' " MW? AKI uwy f f AKIKAWJ BUNIF.-NCIU - . EDWIN DILONE MARY HLJRST MARCUS .IAA1ES Ricuuzoo wi-:Lsu ,ue ciircu B-.XRBE ,xxz isuml, BRUWNLUW AK2 D,xNm1,l,E c',xR'rER ' LT JIM AKCIAXWSNU GUlLLERMo AKI COLLETl'E E RUCKER D RIC ARDO E JESUS .xkmm Axzoxwp LILLIAN DICKSON MK2 STEMHJN MILLER .MQ KIMBERELY AKZCAW, M'NC'fY STEPHEN Musris 1-""' fl 11 3 I U v 1 I 5 s I 7? 3 AK2 GEPSSER SIMO x I ? 2 z f 5 5 2 9 ' AKNAWU DAVID XNHIPPLE 1 i Z 1' AK3 LORI BLOOD T AK3 CAROL GREEN 1 NOYOLA , 'I '-r-1 na-Q ... I Ll 1-919D -f w.1- in 'Ax' 1 D -Q A ' ' 'ff rx If x TAX z 23 X Nxf ,XA xi , V . bs, AK3 JUDY AlllJIC'O'I"l' Q A K3 MATTHEW D'ANDREA AK3 DUMITRI LUBANOY AK3 RICHARD AKAN NICHOLAS AN VERONIC-4 RODRIGU EZ BLANCAFLOR BURREUJ Y AKAN KRISTIN CAMPBELL i-1-1.1 E lil 1? U A' h - V---W A -, . .X 1 'i4Qf5e'a1?2Zs'j'm , ' Exon, .,, 9 -i .1 0 i .I AKAN Sll.-XUN CHUMAN AN MATTHEW HEATH AA DANIEL JEFFCOAT AA LARRY JONES ll AKAA orale, Welfare, and Recreation, S-7 Division, prow ides maintaining crew morale. The MWR Booth is where sa atest movies, check out a board or electronic game, and even a Play George's Gym holds a full line of Hammer Strength equipment, while theAft Gym has and dumbbells. ln addition, there arel00 cardio machines ranging from treadmills to rowers and bikes. The division provided 5,500 sailors with over 100 different from riding the sand dunesfof Dubai, hiking the Samaran Gorge, basking in the Chapel and the Coliseum, to over night trekking to Vienna. Ekqfi fe-A-'1 , -,ff:1- , -,"l Ryu A' . 'F'-in -PL.: """""'s X -NNN Ng H AKAA sumwox AN Juuo REX h. IBATUSTA CHARLES NOBLE AR vi im IN xx ILSON fb. my s Finest S 8 is our motto and our re esslonals of the Material Dmsion load the shi enlshments, and issue thc customer parts in tl gg , putation. The dedicated P, spearhead Underway I0 most expeditious means c dn lslon provides material in response to 2,000 customer requirements nth while most ellectnels managing a 95,000 ling ite Sectlon sent out os er 350 000 pounds of retrograde material and battle nsshlpments during the deplovmcnt. Material Division is an integral part 0 9 superior readiness enjoved by GEORGE WASHINGTON, CVW-17, and the re battle group Pride professionalism, and customer service are what S-8 is all 1... 4"f'U F-L il -1 .ta n Q 1 i S., Al LT JOHN HUDSON SKCQSVU TONY ll,-XY AKI EDVVARD SPENCER SKI ALISTAIR BLACKMAN AK2 KENNETH AMELL SK2 CHRISTOPHER GLADSDEN lll SK3 DALE HOLBROOK SKZ DAVID SUMNER AKJ ZACHARY JACKSON A K3 AN DR EW QU ESA DA SN KEVIN LITTRELL AA ROBERT VVARREN -' . 4,1 A I ,-...V X , Rl X A VX L ln D Iyxyil 4:Z cuz- -ni-5- ..-aww-we-lv-"'-"" U""""" 'T' """f""" ' ' "' " M.. aQL .Q I r ax 1 4 Q om the air conditioning that kept our crew cool, to tire lighting equipment, Supply Damage Control Division had the awesome responsibility of upkeep and maintenance for more than 650 spaces. The division's crew was comprised of TAD personnel from all Supply divisions. Training and teamwork were the key to maintaining a superior level of damage control readiness throughout the department., This staff of professionals served the ship's maintenance needs and provided for the comfort and safety of the crew in an exemplary manner. SKC JAIME LLARENAS SKltSVl'!.-NNW H82 NlIC'llAlll. .IICRILYXN PRFSKIC f'0l.XYICl.l, NISZQSSJ MICHAILL CONESLA 1.5 ..Jv eww Ni' lf! ll U D1 Xi! LJ Nl hic information to the Supply upply's S-I0 Division provided grap ' ' ' in process improvement based on quan assistance to all divisions l dits The professionals of S-10 helped identify pmbl gathered through interna au . recommend timely corrective action with quality training. They represented the new quality assurance, making GW's Supply Department the finest in the fleet. l A V l AKCQAWISWXSELI TIFFANY FINCH ALESLI E CLEMENTS GRANT 'il I 11' J f Qfffg! 4jw45:Q,ft-,i,-ga ,5 fp,51-ri31f2VVarj'- Q 1 V ,V A -' .f"i-Qgrj. -',. g3fl1g',i,g, 'ff f -"V- V ' V . , . V ' . -. ' ' viillfiif' 'fftrfifff 'J' 1 I -1 fi '5 fi '. ' 'A - Y ' ' , Hilfifif-flrgi-5V..-V-'z Lf " 'T is7ii"?1 Eff 1 .-135. V ,- ' ' ' ' . ' I 1 W-ref: Qlgnfe- A, -. 1 -1 A- l . . V - r ,ffefzzi 4 ,V 1 V.-V I . V V u ' V V V 1, V- -- rg I, if-VJ ff I , " -V Y: ' I ' V' V- ' V . if V- ' ' l A if '5xQi77.1Pr'5"2'Ifififri 'iVf'fV-531' , ,V ff" Y 1 , ' ' H ' , I J f V -V 1 V X ' 3-I-il N512 H 'L 'f Y fl R "Q: I"'-,QT 'CE 7' '-V'ff'-,QQ "5:'i:5i' -z 'F -- N" ' ' - 'R 1 -v f ' f . A Y ' M' ' ' , . M " ' ff-"f-t' V aff' '-tg?-5' 5 'g-:3r'QuJl,'1j,,..,22,-, ggi-" I: ,- f g ' -r , ' - , ' ' - - V 2 ,, . Z ' - Y. Q, ,Q gp......--wi--. .0 --.ho-ever 1 sf.-.uw vw .oqmy3s - g- . --f gl .. R 910- mners of the 2001 COMNAVAIRLANT Best CPO Me M Award, the S-ll staff provides five-star meals around the clock. The CPO ss and Berthing MSS and FSAS are most proud ofthe special dinners and a superb Halfway Brunch event that they orchestrated. S-ll strives to provide ultimate customer satisfaction through weekly Saturday night lce-cream Socials, Sunday Wings-n- Things, and the CPO Pizza Night. Their exemplary quality ofservice, professionalism, and great home Style cooking is second to none. This Chief's Mess is the cohesive Jackbone of the ship and air wing in no small part because ofthe superior quality of ife provided by S-ll Division. A M IICLMVISVVQ PlllLLlP MURRAY ffis MSI CARL DEMUS MS! TICRRY l-X'llOl,,S NIS! TRAVIS l'lAl.li NIS! HOLLY W'Hl'I'E NIS3 RENEIC BENOIT M83 CHARLES BRYANT MS3 TIYUN HAYICS N183 LAURA LEON MS3 LINDA OSTLER Ii A 15: usa QUANDALISA MSS VERDA ROLLE PAYNE I E Z' l 5' . x. Q , i I5 MJ l e f 5 I Y 5. 5 l i i i i 5 D 5 5 .- i ,Q H+. f' sl , . l . . 4 A s wr P 1 . rwjff' W ' , " -Q J :F-ll' 1. I , I 1 g . , 'A " ' , , H l ' I A, O f' A f , , ' I . - T ':. 'JJ , if 1' I P ...I 1 0... 'I ll Mail call " These are the words that the sailors of GEORGE an ca , . WASHINGTON anxiously wait to hear. Throughout the deployment, GW,s postal clerks received and delivered over 700,000 pounds of mail for our 5,500 shipmates. The GW PCs also provided the same quality customer GEORGE WASHINGTON Battle Group. Thev were on the roof service to the w through all kinds of weather, loading and unloading helos and C-2s so we all could get mail. The GW Postal Clerks supplied the same service as the home based U,S, P tal Service too, selling over S340,000 in stamps and money orders. The GW'5 os , postal clerks showed great dedication for their work and never stopped until the job r 1 was complete. They truly boosted morale th oughout the 2002 deployment PCI CHARLES WEIDLER Pcs nltyoy BANKS g F X A -in-'Q'-I-11,-I ,.v.-. v' -Brew J .. ..- .,....... -. g.. DQ! V1-Blu' ll' 0 1 n - . , , , , l -13 Hazardous Material Division is responsible tor procurement, issue, tracking, 2 nd disposal of all Hazardous Materials aboard GEORGE WASHINGTON. h -13 Division thrives on the "cradle to grave" philosophy, managing all . hazardous materials from the time it comes aboard until it is utilized or offloaded , for disposal. Reutilization and minimization have been kev to the effective management of the Hazardous Material Control and Management ro ram. The 1 P 2 a Hazardous Material Division personnel are significant contributors to the best Su lv PP . ' Department on the waterfront and truly are "Raising the Bar!', SKCStAvWSxv, LILLIE ESI GRICLLZQY SK2 Rl'l-'LYS BROXVN BNIZ ERIC CIIRISTIF HENDERSON rnoxw. . -L bv . ' SK? JFWNIFER t t mc ll tri ORLEN sm Eus x LONDON MCCARRELL AIN JOHN CARThR ENS J ULIUS WRIGHT f X RX X REITH HEN DERSON Q -ll E at l.- F . v . 1 - 1 'L I 'L E 'J , .l L V 7 ' It A- , 2 . A Y , - . 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I n p at .2 .Q d iQ DEPARTMENT LCPO Fccqswmwy SHAHID AHMED TRAINING OFFICER p LCDR MARY DIAZ eorge Washington's Training Department consists ofa small cadre of professionals g ssigned from various department's throughout the ship. Whether in home port or deployed, they manage Junior and Senior School of Shipg Basic DCQ Leadership ' ' Quotasg the off-ship TAD Budget fnormally S600,000 a yearj for order writing and travel processingg Government Travel Credit Card programg Training Readiness and I Competitiveness fvia General Quarter's and other drills scheduled by the Integrated T Midshipman Summer Trainingg Foreign Officer trainingg and four training classrooms ship wide training needs. "ll" f 1 Q SL Q -ll 4 ,.1ggw-:RMA I I, i ff, ' .' ,I A -- ex "" - 'V :I I x -X , 4 J! I 5 V x , ,, , , d ' 'I .rd .. . .. stil .. ME I at 'I'.ik,, Q uring the deployment, the Training Department was responsible to Commander, Naval Air Force U.S. Atlantic Fleet, tCNALy for a TAD budget s of more than one-half million dollars taccomn d' t' 10 .1 mg emergency leaves, I medevacs, permanent beach dets, advance beach dets, beach guard dets, and other 1 ,T mission essential TAD'sJ. 21- -1 Q I Y I H AZltAWl l.Ei'l.X .-XWllf9V5Vll ENSJOHN RAINYMER DAVIS-Pllll.l.ll'S Bl'lJDX DR0l'll.l.ARll ATI ANNISSA WliNTW'0R'l'll 1 2 P3 1 ! I gr E w V AR CANIPOS N DC2 THONIAS EVERETT ABE3 ERIN HOSNIAN DKSN DIICLU RXNIIRLL DOMINGO Ill 5 5, Qf -1 . ,Q at T 3 F Q , Q ai Q X T -Z-o 1 4 'T' -LN A iid " fi 5 i I r I QL' an i"'i'f,K . ' V- 'JJ gg 'A' M j 'tm k -L V a Q sw rn - . 4 M... .Nfr-1 ' 'G - , ,J '-11.- ' ww L H 2, :Was E b f-si , fs ' "'lii!,':' ' ' - ' ' A 3 f Q.- -N " 7 R U-','.,.' --J .--W' y. gl fund" I. :Q 's ,,,,f -f""'L' zf-ig' 4 f.. S71 1?- in .- .ja '1 Ab-' , 43? I L.- ix 1 HAL, ,, , I ' 'qu-2' ' S U, 7- .. O ' , 'D 'f. 4. - 1 1:51 E 1 l I txxrf ht E, , li i E E 5 f V 0 B Q 'V 'D Di' V 'sk 'w , ll RX, """J -i ....fg.4- 'E' ,f Tr? N In DEPARTMENT LCPO AoCMqAwfswp GUN BOSS CARL BARTON CDR NATHAN NICKERSON eapons Department consists of more than 340 Sailors in such diverse ratings as Aviation Ordnancemen IAOJ, Gunnerls Mates QGMJ, T orpedoman's Mates CTMJ, Machinist's Mates CMMJ, Electrician's Mates CEMJ, Aviation Maintenance Administrators QAZJ, and Yeoman QYNJ who are responsible for providing ordnance and support to the squadrons of Carrier Air Wing SEVENTEEN, embarked SEAL teams, and Explosive Ordnance Disposal Detachments as well as providing an armed Ship's Self-Defense Force. The Sailors of the Weapons Department came together as a winning team during the 2002 Mediterranean and Arabian Gulf deployment. In support of air wing missions in Operations ENDURING FREEDOM and SOUTHERN WATCH, manning Force Protection watches during all straits transits, providing small arms training to over 2500 shipmates, and during numerous replenishments at sea, the men and women of the Weapons Department met every challenge and succeeded as a team of professionals. Fl: 5 Q -l Division is responsible for the safe and efficient movement of' ordnance ' g rom the hangar bav to the flight deck and then to the -lil uinv s ui ' e f ' ' 'q zdrons. Three workcenters are key to the successes of'G-l The I70l'kIifI-Ivyoi 1, . u ' - ' ' 'center , guarantees the readiness of the 30 electric forklifts to move ordnance throuol 44 1 , magazines and the hangar bay. The Armament Weapons Support Equipzinent QAWSEJ workcenter accomplishes all the maintenance on over 2900 handling equipment, such as skids, carts, and associated ad' t pieces ofordnance V g . ap ers. The Flight Deck I workcenter works on the flight deck and executes the smooth flow of ordnance 5 the time it- is received on the flight deck until it is issued t d from 0 squa rons or returned I 4 and brought below. 3 4 7 E t 3 f'XYOf'. NIlC'II.XIfl. IQOOIINIQXN CWO2 RONALD I-'ELIX I GMU Nlmxlllllli ummm y nu in i-'renew I I 1 2 s I .xoc'sq.xm E I I I I 1 xy AOMAVU MJ2l.'XWJ , All ROY DYE AO mt rm V I MATTHEXN EATON FLORENCE RAMIREZ c5ii..xRLEs c',xn'ri1R i- I I 4 s 'F' 9 I i I K A02 JOSEPH NIATIIIS .IR A02 TIMOTHY NICGEE III' ERN EST OSBORN 'C' AOCQAVW 15 EI .y .IOSIC DIA! .XO2 ROY DEVI LLE tomwi Aozmwm AONAWI i f' -A , I ' . -iifronn JAMES m.3snio1..x llIl,I,IANI NEESI, NHC ll U . I I I 1 I .4 f 2 s I i r i E 1 .A03q.-xW! AUZIAWI HECTOR A03 Bninczmrr. A03 JUAN CARRILLO Mlmsm ,,mg1,E E TORESS-PAGEN BARKER F I 5. Q. E, E AO3 ERIC ELDRIDGE 3 ' " Fxmu J-1, ,.Ij..Il-'v""'I'Q'J . . 1 I ' , 03.lERKEk1Yl . , ' IRIbl0PIII,R ,mmm I .mn I A -W3 Am f,:A,0,,w,N IIOIXJICS MCKNIGHT IQAII. .I .- ' ' ' A03 JASON PERRA ULT A03 LOREN Z0 WALKER A03 N I A X RY PFA I"If f A03 COLIN WOODRU FF AN f'liR'I'IS I-'L?I,I,IiR .xon sc ',xRl.l-:'1"r I-111,11 AN ROSAI,IN GARRIi'I"I' AN KICN'I'fiRIlfl:l1-H A03 PAUL RODRIGUEZ-FELIX A03 ICDWARD SHORT AOAN .IASI JN BERRY AN JESSICA BULTINCK A05 NIQEEIELLE AN DANIEL IIFIYLICIN HA ' AOAN ERIC KNA ..,.,, ..-ny-o-v-v Ol F q Q 9 A A-....I'-1- I if' i AN JEREMY KING AY ARON KIPERMAN AOAN DANIEL MCGUIRE AN CHRISTOPHER IATHRZA AN C HRISTIA N KNOTTS AOAN KENNETH MOORE . AN DEREK NERIA AN LEYA SPIEGLEMAN AN STEPHEN TUCKER , 'L' 4 nl QI, I. AOAN ANTHONY LIOTTA AOAN BRENT PHILLIPS AN ROBERT WOOD L-'fav , AOAN LA DARRELL MAGEE Aon srsvs scmucu AA LISA BOOTH ,1 n G 'Q , 'YJ a ,Yr x 3 ll xr i' Jn 5 3 26 f A 5 2 i ' -' 'GE A. E , X E ,. A ,,.Tf,,f - i 01818131 Cr A 2 -i--LL W flax' AA JOHN KRIEG AA MARC LISI 'P I 'HA PARKER PETERSON ' AA SIIANE CLINE AA JACOB GRAHAM AA MICHAEL MORRM, MORELOCK AA JOSH A AA ALOFI POMEE AN ALBERT SEDA AOAA BRANSOM AA DAVID GARCIAJ , M. AA DAVID WEAVE R AR DAVID BAGLEY .K . I' I EY" ' I xJ-,, 'I-I AA JAMES WILLIAMS AO.-XA NIICIIAEL VVITT f"'- .. rw, 'I I AOA R BRANDON C'Ol'SINS .KOAR CZXRLOS I"l'IfNTI-IS P5 AR JESUS AIXAREZ I ,givin ,XR BRIAN GORDON AR CHRISTOPII ER .IONICS .. TE 3 I If I I 1 I 5 .I ,- , ,tl-I1 I :T e . ARCRYSTAL AOARSTEVEN . . I V ATS l IR DFNi - J , AR nn uuoz AR KATHERIINEO , vis 1 EDFORD UTTLETON LUABEM I V ff in , if ' . If 5 'Q " Y ff fE '., 5, fa gi- . ,Q , I , , He.a":fl p U 5 'I'4 i If r :I -f 15 I "WI" I Q E AR .msow PEDEN ARSTEVEN RAMSEY Q A ' , AR AARON RUSSELL SWEENEY I B' xl J I I 5 I j scxxxj v as ll- ' 'F 'L D tment's G-2 Division are a very busy group he Sailors of Weapons epar with a wide scope of operations. They conduct small arms training for all ship's company on eight different weapons, maintaining a qualified pool gf watchstanders. They shoot the shot lines for all mooring t b ild all torpedoes for Air Wing operations, man the over 2500 Force Protection and underway replenishmen s, u .50 caliber machine guns for the ship's self defense in all Force Protection transits, control access to all 44 magazines and ammunition stowage lockers, test, maintain, and repair the magazine sprinkler systems for the ship's 34 weapons magazine groups, and control every small arm that is carried, stored and maintained on board in the Ship's Armory. LT CAROL GMCKSWJ DONALD WATKINS AOC 'sl AW'l JiEFl"Rl-QY HALPlN GMI DAy1z JOHNSON GNIIQSWU RAYMOND JOHNSON JR AOUAWT TM2tSWl AHMAD WALKER DANIEL BUJQK GM2 WVILLIAM DAVIS s The fr ' .1 A02 STEVEN A TM2 DUSTIN ' - , L l HOLT 1m ANCRLA IRBY A02 ANDREWSTOWF GM3 THOMAS GM3 MITUER ' ANTHONY JR CAMPBE1-L 3 t . u-vw . , 6 A TM3 ERIC DOWDELL cms PAUL FAHRENBACH Gm "UDV GROSS AO3 BRET HAND an-ann.-vlursnlw-an--.,.,-1--. .... , .,,,,,, E N A-'ti YZQUL Q w 1 i X I s 1 I I 5 I 1 ll '4 5 4 I I 3 I i il 2 I I ,n I r 5 I I v -J GNU VS XLTER NH ERS AN XI X IN ROGILRS fs? GM3 X ICTOR WII LIAMS 'F 1 AIN AARON BFAUBIILR KN I XRIS N XI'I-AA I NIbN TIMOTHY RAST K K INNIES IIAYDFN KA ROBI Rl IH' RSON X X ANDRI- VV JOHNSON NA FDWVKRD I IIII NI GMS 'X CHRISTOPHER PYROR I "I AA JOFI RI' AG NN Xi JACOB SKI AIAR XR CARI OS NI KR'I INEL KR JOHN SHIPNIAIN A. I 1 l 1 1 I 1 'E . I A wg If f. Q- ' 5 5 ' 1' , Y x - , . . -1 . i . , . fr ' 1 ' I, ' , l 1 .L K I . I . - ' 1 ' - at Y f I ' . v ,rx " F -7 I: 5+ ,W-1. Qu I E Q4 . r ' if ' 151. ' -.N ' ,i'.I47.' " ' I 'V wi 1 A 1--- -1. . I . ,Q T f 1 .' , A - - .' . : 1 N .1 . . . A . . r .' . 1 - L . 1 N , 1 DI.. ' A, 1 1 I . - 7 F ' . .4 5 E g I ' ,a gi- "'- v 'ST V I . X q ,. g . in - 1, -W 'vw 1 ' fi abr- l 1' , I ' -' Q N , F. f Q 1 - I ' 7 , , 1 I 7 . A 1 J 4 r i I f I , . 1 J J. I I , I . r . : 1 . . I cb A, 1 14 'ip' 0.255 'Q-SJ iii- R' XJ embly Division is where "the rubber ea ons Department's G3 Bomb Ass P meets the road" as far as ordnance operational support to the Air Wing, Guided to laser uuided, from 500 pounds All missiles and bombs, from unb . R ,O to 2000 pounds, are assembled and prepared for delivery to the squadrons per the daily load plan requirements. Working through the night in 44 magazines over 7 f ll v exact Guidelines to ensure ordnance decks these ordnance experts o or . 8 9 requirements are met on time with 100 percent effectiveness. u FRED CHRISTIAN SELENA Rlfll.-XRDSON sriivig x1.xRsHA1l,1, A010-W'lC.'lllzis BUSH A0CSlAWl .MDCK-XW.f'SW1 ,x,t1QAyyfgwKSEU .-KOH.-XNWSXYJ AOIQAVVJ Ql'ARRY DINKINS JOSEPH GORDON Aoi ROBERT Kl-IELING Aolfflwfswl BARRY Rinwsu. AOIIAWXSNYD FRICDRICK -KOH NW, WASH I Q ' . . . :Nt TON c l.ll4l4ORlJWll,l-lANlS A02 -lF3l"l'RliY Islam .lrisslctx COOK AOZQAWXSXU ARCHlE2ilTa'FNS AOZMW7 Kxoz xw -- - BRANDON HELM M,x'i"riii:ugiirRc'i-RT ..xOzq..m'pcrHisTTnerr ..,. J.....L .0 w, ....-I.: n4..w.a .1 3 if 1..Ln. -2 5 1 Q I if I i 2 I J I., ... Ll I 1 r I AOZIAWJ NIICHA EL JUDGE AOZIAVVI LUCAS KNEIPI' AOZIAVVJ DAVID M EA DOVVS A02 DUANE MITCHELL A03 APRYL BOND A03 AMY BURKE A03 DONNA DUXYIJNCJ A03 GARY EVANS A03 NICHOLAS I' XNCIIFR A03 PATRICK H ENRY A03 ALPHONSO HICKS A03 BRANDON LEWIS A03 DERRICK NICENTIRE A03 KALANI MAUGA A03 JANE Mom A03 WII LIANI HILL X03 IUSI IH HIRSCH A03 OSCAR FI'TIFRRI"7 IR X03 ERIC KINIGHTON I I I I 2 I N I 5 4 I I r I r E 1, I S s I I T I P: K I I ,. n I v ' F E if I I 'E Y t RN: I J . RRI Q xi K'-"'8tP:'a'lifh'W 'M Aww . 9' E Q Q R I I f All H: fu'-5 .-X03 A BRAHAM NIORALES A03 WAYNE ROBINSON A03 CODY SHAW .m3c..xxw .wzsslcux sum:-:ns AOSKAWQ BRETT SZCZERBA A03 FR,wcflsc'o A03 Sf-'KU' MORALIZS A03 RUNNH-1 Nlf'lIOl.S OCHOA-LUNA A03 GREGORY POSu:y A03 Cl-1ORCli RODRIG lf EZ A03 BENJAMIN SORENSEN A-X03 TRICYOR SZAFRAXNIICC' AO3iAWj HENRY TAPIA A03 'l'lil'll-AVVOS TREAT AOSIEQQSIEIES x . .i, , L- A0 I V . if Q ,4 4 X R, , ANGERARDAJKEN AN WWLLLXM xsufox AxxJA50x BXRNE5 'LL , rf... ,, 1 4... .XY GARY BLAKE 'B .NN l,,-XIREN Cf.-XRR AN ADRIAN C'ANlBPBEl,l. .XX Rllil FOUR .XOXN NIA-Xl'RlCli CROSS u-. ,KN YJXNESSA liAYE'l"'l'A KN I..-XIQRX DI-Il.I,.XRlP AN Tl-1Rli5,XlI.Xl,l. D Q. ' AN ARTHUR AOAN NIATTI-IEW AOAN TIMOTHY KETCHLEDGE LEONARD LYN C H AN JAMES NICNAIR g-1 AN THOMAS MERCER KA. Z E A LX. 4 W 2 E 5' S 'Q ,ra ,ui E ,Q ,, A ji: ' 'ii 'Xf,'f'-:INC .S at AN CAIIRISTOPHER ACJANKAXW JUSTIN NAIL AN HARRY PINFKNEY NIICSERYE 'F AUAN RODY Rl ' PP AOAN PHILIP SMITH AOAN STE PH ICN Sl' CIAI R -f" AN JUSTIN 'rim on AN IUSIIL' xx xumr Q sv: A A ' ' 1 ' - ' 'VI .Z AN LNIUYA YAUGIIAN fx I A AOAN KENTE REED - QQ? AN SAM Roszxmml AOAN ENCAN SMITH R AN zfxcn SONSHINE AN J ESSIE TAYLUR AN JOSE YEl.l'IZ-RODRIGUEZ AN DAVIS 11-f i gp-...f--gn ,fr -.A-a-fr.-of-,,, ,.,,.,, ,, . X . M A X 1 -23 . 1' ., 7 AA DVSTIN HALL AA FREDRICK BUTLER AA IYON DASS --1-I A AA ROOSEVELT HALL JR A .,. , 1. L, A.-xs'1'EPm.N1E , ,I H . , .M nam Bf.,xx1.Rs BENNINGTON AA Knrrn BULUGNA "'SR'lix?,Tm B X SKE SF. 5' AA JOHN VULSUN Ti... -- 11 5 4, .i. AA GLENN CODVVIN AA .ILSTIX IIIQLNIS '1- AOAA JASON HERRING AA CHARLES HUDLER KULHANIJAN M VULARIO Lori' MCCASLAND f I s AA ROB ERT 3 3 ,. ve?-. ' ii 'E 3' S k b - if n ? 1 1 k r A 4 , 'x 'W l gi XX. V 1 4 b R f k 3 V 5 Q ' J .4 - - f Q I . W 3 v 1 Q , h . .mM 115101 uv A M sn ICYICN MOORE Axom sux NIORRISSEY M EL c.r.xu1 mm MURPHY AA 1.,xxvR1-:NCl:Mv5Rg 3 1' I F i 5 f ' Q I x x NIICH xl-'1 x x 1055 xo x x mflzrx q- M DAVID RA"'U"4" Rl cm-lla ll sAN'rl,xc:o-lzlvam sclllfrlll M CARLTON WDM f i - M Lowlzu. A 3 AOAA JOHN STIPE WADDELLIII 1 , ii 1 ,x0A,x Imwfwxri ARCOMBITILE i if WILLIANIS 3 E W i Y lg M 'F' Q may ? - li .. . - X3 if .AA 4 S 5 ' .7 C3 N ' ,Ml ,I ni N i Al 3,-KR XYIQSLEY Bl..-XKIC AR LLOYD i AOAR BRANDEN BROOKS AR GEORGE BURRUS I .14 -vip .fl A AR DOMINGO CAM POS Ill l. AR BRIAN CODY AR HIRAM MALDONADO-RIVE RA AR ANTHONY NK'f'l'I,l,Ol'Gl'l AOAR CARRY RETA AOAR ANDREW SC HMAL AR SAMIR ROURK Q!! "W AR RIKKI SINCLAIR AR CORY SMITH AR DUSTIN WELLENDORF AR ANTOINE OVERTON QU AR KYLE PETERSON AOAR KINIBERLEE EKCLES -n- - AR PA UI , POLSSON 5""1lE,,1 ive: Q it It 7 " ' lg T ' 's N 17 Htl .1- 1 :ga ie Weapons Elevator Division is a very diverse group. They are compriged nancmen KAOJ, Machinist Mate-'s KMMJ, Electrician Mate's tEMJ, and a variety ofnon-designated personnel. They are responsible air of USS GEORGE WASHlNGTON's nine weapons ital role in ensuring "Bombs On Target" by prgyiding ement to and from the flight deck and 44 magazines ofa mix ofAviation Ord for the maintenance and rep elevators. G-4 plays a v l00'M, capability ofweapons mov below decks. The division also ma intains and administers GEORGE WASHINGTON Weapons Elevator Licensing Program, ensuring that some 300-350 weapons personnel are properly trained and licensed to operate the elevators in a safe and proficient manner . u ROBERT SH M ACKMUTH s , . 1 A -L J rxmsxx DE . , . . , 'E -te P LPHIN DELROSARIO ALLEN NELSON VINCENT SH.-XLLS JR A01 C'll.XD LAYIGNE A03 JEREMY CRONK . , A03 CHARLES HLDSON AO3 RYAN PYNN A03 JACOB SPANGLER -E-I .-iff EM3 ,los Cmus . E . Tl than ,xmx mwil. FOSTER AN LAQUETA Aon HACKvy0Rfl-H AN DERECK JOHNSON AN ANTHONY RIVERA AN ANGIA ROBIN AOAA MICHA EL BROXVN S ' X Y UN AA MICHAEL BENSON in 1 ,..-.M - 4 . 1- I k I 1 Q - AOAA WILLIAM HAIVIM 1 I QI' :gt I , .Ig Q.. 41 I AH I , L - AA ANDREW if ROBERTSON I 2 1 3 2 E I f 5 I JULIO GUERRERO I I i P I "' IRL ....-.2 AOAA ZACHARY LANTZ AA ALBERT WARD AR ROBERT HASLETT I .A Y 4, A A ,I I 4 I , xx '- Qty 'gl I f V, Qt ,Ii X. 2 gn - fl - AA YINi'lQN'l'If LOPICZ AR JOSE AIYARADO AR CHRISTIAN JUAREZ AA B RAN DUN MAY NARD I .iqz r AA BRIAN DRAPER AA NIICIIAEI,GIZNIAX AOAA .IOIIN QI 'AGLIOTTI AR IYYAI ENE BECAY Ou. .. AR THOMAS BIADAS ll AR JANIE9 WOI FF EI E .I"A S I ii if 3 S K' vs ! 5 I E F E I I . A ' - s I v. ,, , - . Q I x, ' K1 - AOAR ADAM STYLES .I 1 K A A kg, 5 E -ez g I' 9 - A5 nl' X " if -5 Division combines both operation and administration of the tment Retail Ordnance Logistics Management System Veapons Depar . CROLMSJ are responsible for the accurate accounting of all assigned ' l trackinv and ordering over 880 unique ordnance items ordnance. This mvo ves ,, totaling close to 10,000 pieces of ordnance. Aviation Ordnance Control Center QAOCC3 is the operational nerve center that interacts with all other departments, d 'r win and staffs for any ordnance-related matter. They report to the embarke ai ' g the Ordnance Handling Oflicer COHOJ for the execution of the daily ordnance load plan. The Quality Assurance, Maintenance, Career Counselor and Administration Leon vides technical and personnel support. division pro LTJGWll.l.lANlFOXlll Aocs Mfuzvix DUNNOM AOCSMXWSWDNKALERIE AONAWISWW MCQUEEN-VANCE LAMONT I UN LHBEL, LHBELH AO l tAW!SWl A LBE RT BU DASZEWSKI WikiXllllllffffliff 5 5 Fi , rrrorv cons A i ,, I d ilk R fNIINJp Aonmvy ORLANDO CLEMENTS AONAWJ EUGENE cnon D, ,A I AOIQAWJ EDWARDS A02 TODD HON TK Ymqswy MORRIS FELDERS .1R A02 JUSTIN RODGERS ,Z ,,.. , 5,-f-"" A O I 1.-XWJIJ DENNIS JOHNSON A02 GREGORY SNIDER JOSE AA JEFFREY ANDER- AOZQAWISIVI EDWARD BENOIT III A02 APRIL STAPLETON YNSA CHRISTOPHER , 0 A03 JASON WITHERS A SDN HUTCHINSON A02 XAYIER BROWN A03 KATHERINE BEEBE AOAA CHRISTOPHER SOLOMON X ' . ,,, ' s i W V ,2 1 1 1 4 fl 7 'Q , J A, Q 1 v A . 'si an E M.. ' . -, 1 , , ' ' 5 , aw 1 L 1 P: 's '.' I 5, Y: ' V ' ,. . ., in - A ' ' 4. ' - 'rt' 1 .J .'-"L 5 ' , ig , 'JW ,f . . 5 v . .- ,I .-. H K.-Q .X 1 ,:.-, . - r-L l-. f k. . I -- f W 1. - . X x X 1 w .q. " 4 , . . . ' .W 1 E. Q lv .:-.'- ur . x I 4 ' 1 x , 1 X . J. 0 .., , 1 U.-.fin xv I, . am' Q, .-, W.. x , ' . .- X V v 1 , 4 , -. 1 v 1 4 , J. , ,ws x ' - ,'... k 1. ug v, Lt., ' ,.. -w srl ef. '1 4 1 , -s n I 1 .x L w .1 u , ,:,.,, x 1 ',"1"" ,. -fo,'1' 1'1 ' la .HL I your-s qw-.1-psy-ana, v of--V. r hr.,- n S ER sounono 1 .At 1'k a 4 4 v ff J ' f . aptain Roncolato received his commission from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1978, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in 1983 distinguished Mechanical Engineering. He is a raduate of the U S Naval Postgraduate School, g . . U Monterey, California, where he received an M.A. in National Security Affairs, and is a 1994 distinguished graduate of the National War College. Captain Roncolatois sea duty assignments include Main Propulsion Assistant in USS MERRILL CDD 9761, Chief Engineer in USS FLETCHER LDD 9921, commissioning Engineer and Operations officer in USS ANTIETAM QCG 541, and Executive Officer in USS MOBILE BAY CCG 531 homeported in Yokosuka, Japan. He served as commissioning Commanding Officer in USS THE SULLIVANS QDDG 681 from October 1995 until September 1998. Captain Roncolato assumed command of Commander Destroyer Squadron Two Six on 01 March 02. 1 Ashore, Captain Roncolato has served as an egaminer the Pacific Fleet Propulsion Examining Board QIPEB1. He has completed two subsequent tourstin iwashington, DC where he was assigned to the Current and Policy Division iiifftlie 'Office of the Chief of Naval Operations COP-61lN521, Following l1iS,National 'Will' College 90urse,yhe served in the Director, Theater ,JY D.,-J N 1, AQ V 130.1 oAii?, nseZoffice fN8651 for .six mgn1hs,.f1whe,re he W A in the 1995 Surface VCombiianfF01-ge Lgyifl G 0 HI M 0 D 0 R E If:ll':iWiHgg,1iS2lEf0mmantl1ltofu2,CaptainaRoncolato BD Z 5 'I' KU Y P. Si S Q U A D R0 N 2 fa S GPU 791510111 fi'-'the Asia Pacific C.fLf?'Tj'g,IN 0 EQ gi gf, D B fg iqwg ti Apt 'rg ggivaioo, Planscaffoe Policy, Difectorate usp, U ' "' ' V 'J ' ' le Joulgigtilff- F0ll0WlQgefh3f 10153 he 'reported as the Executive Assistant to the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations g e?9l1Cy,,and Qpepauons CN3N51Qon me Navy staff. f m e ' 1 S sf A A. A . ' . P3FS0l18lo3lW2f't1S.g1!1gltlde the Defense Superior Service Medal, Legion of Merit, Meritorious ind flgtglifgggh-:gint S8i"VlCC Commendation Medal, Navy Commendation Medal Qwith two gold , I gh P'-ff' 1 am nw ' .v I V - w 6 Q -v r ' X-'Qi-1 vi-'Q'-we-f.:gfnf,:,..,.-fA,... .-..,..,k .,,,.,,. -MY f , . ,f. 1 . k K --.c N ' . X' .bv , fg., ' EJQL-.-ii' ,fl ' g ,Y ,-,,,,A-,.... -... ,EU f kfr., fqx, . - hh: .- -1.-lf 'I' ... KI ..'E'...... -3. 1.- r '- ,.,,- F- 'fi 'vigil fl25J2if1'2533qf55' - :,k:::i :,fLf,5I?j5:.Lg .- . fine-sv' Nw-1, 'GrafLai:--'f4"ff1'Y-' 21:15 ' x::"rf':?,t11 ' . -1' 3j-5 J.. ffl Q 'i, V' .4-::il.l?-'I-55-'i7A""f'5f31-..." 4:7111 ff- ,,- Q-- - "A, - fm 'fri --,dj gg-3' -ff ' ,,eJb",-,aahif .-125125 --g3.:'Q5"E L?':r 212 gif iw -151'-1 f'71-jf . W -,gg-,.-ga ..-1-3-2.-fd' Pg-,gfgxlz-Q 112.1 - '- -I 3.1711-5:12522-.S-Inf 'sr'---L..-Lf f' ., 'V,"'1'v?f"'f'-1.3 A5231-I-11 1:Qy,,, g - 1 gg .. .fp Y , " rf: . 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Following transition, he remained at VF 101 as an instructor and served as Senior Schedules Officer and Assistant Operations Officer. In November 1987 he reported to VF 103 where he served as Assistant Operations Officer and Operations officer. During this tour he completed a unique deployment on board USS INDEPENDENCE QCV 621 in which the ship changed homeport from Norfolk to San Diego. In December 1988 Captain Potts transitioned to the F-14 A QPLUS1 and began workups and the initial carrier qualification for this aircraft on board USS SARATOGA ICV 601. Captain Potts reported to Commander, Tactical Wings .Atlantic in November 1989 as Anti Air Warfare officer and Assistant Operations Officer. During this assignment he planned and orchestrated the Air To Air Missile Operational Advisory group and acted as Flag A8cM he Baehelof ruse' COMMANDER CARR!-E! AIR WING SEVENTEEN CAPTAIN DANA !'.. POTTS representative for the F-14 air to ground program and F-22 Navy Advanced Tactical Fighter. ln November 1991 Captain Potts reported to Carrier Air Wing THREE as Operations Officer and completed a Mediterranean deployment on board USS JOHN F. KENNEDY CCV 671. This deployment included Adriatic and east Mediterranean operations in support of PROVIDE PROMISE and PROVIDE COMFORT. In August 1994, Captain Potts was assigned to VF 154 aboard the USS INDEPENDENCE QCV 621. Forward deployed in Atsugi, Japan, he assumed command in November 1996. He made multiple deployments including support of Korean contingency operati0IlS, tothe Persian Gulf in support of Operation SOUTHERN WATCH, and to the Philippine Sea during the Taiwan crisis. He reported as special assistant to Commander Fleet Logistics Western Pacific, Atsugi Japan in February 1997- H9 then feP0l'ted to the N2fi0Ilal War College in August 1997 and graduated the following June. Captain Potts then l'eP0l'ted HS The Military Staff Assistant for Naval Aviation, Office of the Secretary of Defense, Director, Operational Test and Evaluation. His awar 200 Captain Potts then reported as the Deputy Commander of Carrier Air Wing SEVENTEEN in 0. He then assumed command as Commander of Carrier Air Wing SEVENTEEN in April 2002. 0 During his aviation career, Captain Potts has accumulated over 3,400 flight hours and over 1000 carrier ds include the Defense Superior Service Medal, two Meritorious Service Medals, two Strike' Medal, NavyuAchievement Medal, and various other service awards. 1557 After from Woodrow Wilson High he attended Long Beach City College to entering the U.S. Naval Academy. He e rned are Bachelor of Science in Economics, graduating with distinction in 1980. After a brief tour with the Navy Fighter Weapons School, he entered flight training, earning -his wings in 1982. In June 1983 he went to VA-65, where he made two deployments flying the A-6E Intruder aboard USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER QCVN 691. In July of 1986, he attended the U.S. Navy Test Pilot School. After graduation, he served at Strike Aircraft Test Directorate as a project pilot and was the first Navy pilot to fly the A-6F. He returned to USNTPS as a fixed wing performance and fiying qualities instructor. After A-6 and F-I4 refresher training, he reported to CVW-8 as LSO and Strike Operations Officer. During his tour, CVW-8 performed the shakedown cruise of USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN CCVN 721 and deployed aboard USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT QCVN 715 for combat operations in support of Operations Desert Storm and Provide Comfort. For his efforts he was named COMNAVDAIRLANT LSO ofthe Year in 1991. 8 In September 1991, he reported to VA-65, servin as the Safet Officer and Maintenance E DEPUTY COMMANDER CARRIE!! AIP. WING SEVENTEEN CAPTAIN MARK D. GUADAGN!NF. g y . Officer. In May of 1993, he was assigned to the Office of Senator John McCain as a Legislative Fellow. Following his Fellowship, he worked as an aide in BUPERS and at CINCPACFLT. Captain Guadagnini reported as Executive Officer of Strike Fighter Squadron 15 in April 1996 and deployed with CVW-8 aboard USS JOHN F. KENNEDY QCV 675. He assumed command in July 1997 and led the squadron in combat operations as part of Operation Deliberate Force over Bosnia-Herzegovina and Operation Southern Watch over Iraq. After command, he worked as a liaison between the Office ofthe Secretary of Defense and the U.S. Congress. O t' ns Officer, Carrier Group EIGHT, deploying In August of 2000, he happily returned to sea duty as pera io in USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT for Operation Enduring Freedom combat operations. . I Captain Guadagnini then reported as the Deputy o C mmander of Carrier Air Wing SEVENTEEN in April 2002. Captain Guadagnini has over 4000 hours of flight time in 45 different aircraft. His awards include the ' m ai n awards. Meritorious Service Medal, Air Medal with Combat "V," and various ca p g ff Q-A-RIB if Q Q . . . . V g -" ' yuh! .B zz it - 4.1 'gt '59 - 11.,.-,.-.-. . , , Jw ,5 's A-4 fuel drop tank and a catastrophic fir lf ' Wltt ' - V A A fe- , -, f d Saved the ship. 9 ellgll Bd the flight deck. Herculean efforts eventually controlledttffg t4le lvyn T hroughout the next 15 years the FORRESTALICVW-17 team remained intact conduct' it M d lllg en e iterranean gdeployments. In November 1982, CVW-17 cross decked to USS SARATOGA CCV 605 Th 285 86 M d C ' - C -' e ruise found SARATOGAICVW-17 action, intercepting the containing the Achille October 1985, and against Libya in March deployed again to the CVW-17 launched the Iraq at 3:00 a.m. on 17 continued to strike over the 43 days during STORM. CVW-17 four million pounds of DESERT STORM. In 17 and SARATOGA record setting Mediterranean, logging and over 9,500 arrested SARATOGA were the Group to take station in the Adriatic off the coast of Yugoslavia supporting Operation PROVIDE PROMISE ln June 1994, CVW-17 was transferred to USS ENTERPRISE QCVN-651 homeported in Norfolk, VA. Upon completing a successful 1996 deployment on ENTERPRISE, CVW-17 transferred to USS EISENHOWER QCVN- 69j, also homeported in Norfolk, VA. During "TEAM 90,s', LCVN-73 + CVW-171 combat ep oym CVW-17 broke numerous operational and safety records flying over 9300 sorties, 18,000 flight hours and logging over Team in the thick of the Egyptian airliner Lauro hijackers on 10 conducting strikes 1986. The Team Med in 1987. first combat strike into January 1991, and targets continuously Operation DESERT aircraft delivered over ordnance supporting November 1992, CVW- completed another deployment to the over 22,500 flight hours landings. CVW-17 and first Carrier Battle d l ent to the Mediterranean and Arabian Seas in 2000, 9200 arrested landings Following the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on New York City and the Pentagon, CVW-17 and USS GEORGE W ' ' t l t defend the United States from further attacks. New York City residents ASHTNGTON responded immedia e y o ' ' 'n on the City's horizon The air wing and ship fsfgfwoke on 12 September to a fully armed nuclear aircraft carrier crulsi g - ' ' ' BLE EAGLE for the next 5 'tra tm 1. N0 the U.S. coast to support Operation A I mr- L' 1' - 1- --W-- n-...u...+ H.. Dah-nle nff ' ' 1' - L- --....-A-.L XX :X ".,- CDR NIICHAEL NICIWIANN 5? LCDR CARL BRADLEY LC DR BRETT KORA DE LT RX KN Nl XX ES LTJG 'VIICHELLIL NESH , , . . 41 1-v W I 1 LNNQXXV M an W X T f 2 ., gi Y .A-5""? LT EDWARD FELICIANO LT VERNON VERGARA 159,49 ENS RICHARD PAYNE ENS DAMIPIN AVCMKAW7 ROTHSTEIN MARTIN STANFORD I I I I I R. HB M 1 I I I I I I 1 NCCSISWI fxscsqmvfswm SIATTHEW In-IBROSE EDWCARD CONFER i I II -I I 2 'F frrcqsvvy CARL PINTO AKCIAWJ CIIRISTOPHI-IR SNICDDUN L1 1 1 'I ll 1 I I Q AEIQAWIBRIAN BARTH N I I 1, I I PNNAWI BILLY GRIFFIN Ii I SNIDER OSIISWJ ADAM CHAMBERS 1' I ITI TIMOTHY PITTMAN YNZQSWIAWJ ROD BROWN A AIICSIAWI MARK TRIMBLE ITC MICHAEL DDRNILR ,xzcum RONALD NICGHEE gf --kus-3 ,vwV-',,. Il Q V YNSN TIFFANY M GUSTIN CRUZ YN2 ERIC NLLSDD MMISON Q I fd .mfr - 11 .Q-:sp ' A L who Z .1 Af 11 4 H? 'N n . . a Q, ,Q f, ,4 5: 15' fi '1 -gf, fl .W , 'rf ,g af! ' 3 r wa, v' ui 'E Jia EM w' Lib: as-1. MR, .411- .3 :H 4 4 .12- , pa T., - .f 1 ...au um 5,2 1 i it . QL. gg-'.. 5:5553 . 2 1 19 -. y . F7 Ji'-1, 4-if ,A i F . X .fu - I .W , 3 tx -If! 'dgllf ,1 , fmafd -,, Q . ,,, . , H sw H' 5, W. 6 .g.'... . 1.1Sv.,w. yy. X, ,, M V Wh-ff'-I-I' Af .ffl 25,5 : , -V - r 'fii-STS,-B'T ?fi11f-Lsfr. 1 . Q K. K' ' f 'af :.I'ir,5:Z:vgr- ,419 1, V, ,,,.,.J,,iZ .MW ' ' 1 Y'A M ,. ,,3":'w V- 4 f J. LJ, 1 0 OL Y OGER 1 -,aft 11-f--H-5f':"' Off! 2 Y?- .ff V J "'ful.,.""vvl...-1' - - Hi' Ein.-' i Fa 'If' .- 'V i 5 S -rag. R K i CQMMANDING orricmz EXECUTIVE OFFICER CDR GARY wn.uAMs con navm mNnEss FIGHT' J COMMAND MASTER CHIEF cmocmqswp KEVIN csttaiem he Jolly Rogers have a long and distinguished history. The feared "Skull and Crossbonesv firSi New off of the USS Bunker Hill in January of 1943 as Fighter Squadron 17. When WWII came to a clese they had 154.5 enemy kills to their credit, earning them the honor as the most lethal Navy squadron of that conflict. Following the WHY, the Jolly Rogers went through several changes in both numerical designat0r aircraft flown. In 1946, VF-17 was re-designated VF-SB and then again in 1948 to VF-61, 35 R0gel'S U'2IlSlfl0l1ed fl'0m the WU to the F8 Bearcat. VF-61 then transitioned to the Navv'S first ie the F9 Panther, FJ3 Fury, and finally the F3H Demon prior to the squadron's decommissioning i 1959. Fl " ' ' ying F 8 C1 usaders at the time, the VF-84 Vagabonds were re-designated as the Jolly Roger 1959 to preserve the tradition and history of "The Bgnesw. 1 Thereafter, the VF'84 -'Olly R0gerS transitioned from the F8 Crusader to the F4 Phantom and finally the F14 Tomcat in 1975. In 1995 the famed Jolly Roger's were decommissioned once againg howe decided that VF -103 formerl the 'GSI " f the VF-103 Jolly Rogers. Today the Jolly Rogers continue to uphold th Y if Bunker Hill some 60 years ago. When one thinks of fi hter d 't ' ' ossible to 5 1 I ld, F t . U . g squa rons,1 is imp A wor s mes come to mind, and there is none finer than Fighting 103.Victory! Y Uggers, would assume the famous squadron's namesake,t 6 high standards originally set on the deck of ,,--- V -.,.,-'f I- - L YE V I fi I an + , I, LCDR PETER . COURTNEY A fs-I . LVDR ROBERT US'I'ERIIOI'DT LCDR RON GEYER LCDR DAVID MEECIAIANI LT DAVID BEHNKE I-A III' luvlll C'.XS'I'IiIiI. lfl'c'lz.xlc: ll,xl,l,l-1 III' wlzllwlilz ICIINER LT Sf'0'I"l' l-illmll 55 J, LT NIA'I'I'H EW GEVO 'Vu ,wiv LT NATALIE GOOD LT RYAN HILL III' GARY IIUSS LT DAVID JAMES LT EMILY KUCI-IENASII LT SCOTT SCHULZ LT JOE LOSIEVSKY LT MlCll,xl-il, NIEASON LT wl:sT Mc'CAl,l, l,T C'IIl'C'K xlllzlfllx' -1- ,I my LT GRFC STXRKFY IT NINITIIEW SWANSON III' ANTHONY WALLEY LT WILLIAM WARREN 4 1. 1 1 J ' ' In 'S- I I 5 I r l I :IME I -u lf 1 - LTJQQ ANTI-IONYBOICII LT-IG MRUN CURNETT ilx ENS nsmus N,uu.oc'K C XV I 14 .IA M ES IIA LI, Arcs JOHN LINZER Arcs mmm RT sco'r'r ATC RUSSELL YNC MICHAEL BANKS BECKMAN AEC I-IANS GERSCIINVILER ATC BRIAN CARRILLO ADC WAYNE HERALD 'WBC R'C"ARD AMCS MAX SIIELMADINE ANIFS GREGORY X'ICRNIII.I.ION AFCM PAIILWALDRM, AZCS TIM WIIEATIX """'b--.,,. ,, 'fuk .l0llNSON AOC RUNALD onum ADC KEN STOKES A01 JON 11- - I I I 7 it f FW! 'f 1. 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JAMES e history of Strike Fighter Squadron THREE FOUR is studded with noteworthy accomplishments and tradm front line strike fighter unit, the Blue Blasters directly participated in World War II, the Cuban Cns1s,th0 War, and Desert Shield. The squadron has flown eight different aircraft types from the decks of 24 compiling an enviable list of"tirsts." Originally commissioned as the VF-20 "Jokers" at NAS San Diego, the squadl'0l1 numerous missions in WWII flying F6F I-Iellcats. Shortly after the surrender of Japan, the squadron transitioned i0 Bearcat and was redesignated VF-9A. This was followed by a designation as V F-91 in 1948 and finally settled on VF' , as the squadron started flying its first jet, the F9F Panther. One year later, the squadron began training in the P?HBal1SheB transferred to NAS Cecil F ield, FL. The squadron spent the next two years operating from various attack C2I'I'l9l'5- UPU return in 1955, the squadron was again redesignated, this time as VA-34. In spring of 1956, it accepted its first F7 U Cutlass, which it operated until receiving A-4D SkYhaWk5 in March squadron became the first Skyhawk squadron to deploy to the Mediterranean. It was during this period that adopted their present nickname, taking inspiration from their blue tail colors and their nuclear weapon delivery On 1 Januar 1970, the Blue Blasters were .t bl'.h ' ' ' ' Fl WS S' y rees a is ed at NAS Oceana, Virginia, as the Atlantic 9 squadron. On September 30, 1996, Attack Squadron 34 was redesignated Strike Fighter Squadron 34 and the transition to the Boeing FA-l8C Hornet. In 1998, the Blasters became the first squadron to fly the Lot XIX The Blue Blasters of today are a formidable fighting force, sporting the newest technology and taCtiCS- aircraft types and 24 carriers, the Blue Blasters have never lost their sense of tradition. The Blue B185 beard in the skies all over the globe flying under the call sign f'Joker," as a tribute to our fighting heritige n.As ,,1 , X.. ' '55 xx 1 I... .. '-2 LC DR ROBl'.R1 1.4 nRc.m.c.0Rv . . . . ULKM. ul m.wHER,l.ER mlm .losl-:ml m:1.,xRnl 'Jcx'?lil':l1:fii3'x5 Ill' NlililJIIAM AUSTIN LT LORRINDA BENNETT lfllll-fl-'IFRICX BIAKIC lfl' .l0N,X'ITll,XN lfR.XZll-QR lfl' JOHN IIA-XYS Ill LT MICHM-ll. KAN! l'lflQ s.1'n.,xx'ln-Tmfls , . . LT CHAD .. . . ,T . . , PULLARD 1,TmLLlAMscumCk SCHUMACHER l.I NIAIIILXX 11lR,mu.R Luc. .uL1.c,0oLsm "WG 'MSDN r3Nsu,xx1n'B12R11 ENS KIMBERLY Rnacu LUG DUSYHN "mi VAN mr:Tr:Rsm1 CNVOZ AARON ARP! I IBAI .D .pf r- KHN1HWUUV9Tml KH Sf W' 'WM mc s KNUBII L PKRTIN C Wm MT"'NT c xx ov noun nr RBI1 R1 lfkmu, Mmm p 1 BALDWIN " 1w,l 4 , f .. l gg .A 4 I 5 1 .J V- .' 1 , ' T" ry- , . ,v . 1,r J' 4 FAQ A ' J r ., vu wlwl jam Q V"'A A055 qmvy KENNETH ,mncmxfy RTCHARD RANDOLPH BOLDRN ,,.. 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' 'xr ft 1 A "' v lil s 4 I W N Eval, 7 af' 3 CDR BRYAN CUN 6 2 -8 i, Corsair ll. The squadron was redesignated Strike Fighter Squadron EIGHT-ONE STA Q February 1988. ln August 1990, the Sunliners deployed along with CVW-17 aboard US . . hi ld CCV-605 for their first Hornet cruise. V FA-81 participated in both Operations Desert S 9 Desert Storm. Before the end, the Sunliners had dropped over 1.3 million poupds of filled ln addition, the Sunliners scored the Na ' l ' ' ' two Ir The events ofSeptember 11, 2001, sent a detachment of Sunliners to the USS GEORGE W 'P QCVN-731 operating off the coast of New York City. ln June 2002 the USS GEORGE I y CCVN-731 and VFA-81 deployed on a cruise that has taken the Sunliners over both A fs, Iraq in support of Operations Enduring Freedom and Southern Watch, respectively. A at NAS Oceana, the Sunliners continue to demonstrate excellence and pl'0UdIY live up t , 66 ' as Anytime, Anyplace! COMMANDING OFFICER CDR JAMES VVEBB 1 Y' e Sunliners of Strike Fighter Squadron EIGHT ONE were originally comm1ssiong2fl::S0?llgg!' weather tighter interceptor squadron on 1 July 1955, flying the Grumman F917-b for Originally called the Crusaders, the squadron made two Mediterranean crq:s6SMer mission, designation, and aircraft changed with a transition to the A4D-2 "Skyhawk ln, 2 ln 1963, the squadron adopted the name Sunliners, and the motto "Anytime, Anylllace 1:18 rs as the squadron's answer to any challenge it was called upon. ln February 1970, th? Sun :he selected to be the lirst East Coast squadron to receive the Navy's newest attack alrcriiffq EXECUTIVE OFFICER COMMAND MASTER CHIEF ' CM DCMQAWISWJ DONNA KELLEI 1 S vy s on y two aerial victories by downing W x E -in 'FIM , 4 , 1J,, ,Q LCDR RICH BROPIIY l.C'DR TYLER FR.-XUTSCIII LC DR PATRICK HANNIFIN LCDR FREDRICK L AN D A U LT BRIAN BALLER LT DAVID HAZELTON III' CIAY BIQICRS Ijl' BRl'C'Ii BRONK III' BRICE CASEY LT DAVE BAKER LT CHRISTOPHER HAYTER LT KENT LEONARD LT JAMES MOBERLY LT SCOTT XYEBER LTJ G LYLE AINSWORTH LTJG JOI I N MOORE CW02 RICHARD NIM ROD LTJG MARK SAND LTJG KENNETH STEWART ENS BARRY BOVVERS ENS TIMOTHY MILLER AVC' MQAVVJ YVILLIAM HERRON ADC SQANVI T ONY BOONE . G, 'S -ar- ATC KAWISWI DOUG BRANDENSTEIN A MC SIAYVJ F RAN K BROOKS 1 1 I I P 4 it ,fb J 2 --' Sf: . 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A DA R N I ATT H Ii W PINSON wizigi- '19 'f WI iii ' ss- 'I :sg I 4 it 3 I 1 Q-Wm. -4 vw ----,ge-Q1gqffvqwf-jje-fgqzqqpg. w , Y I Im '. A I iq AJ , b ' , ,g 2 X A vw Q if the F-414 Q 1 Q- 'I J E W' 5. 5 5, 5 I i I 5 , EXECUTIVE OFFICER COMMANDINC OFFICER , . CDR DENNIS MIKESKA CDR REGUE CARPENTER if .rd .za E 0,5355 'E COMNIAIND MAS TER Cllll-IF CONIMANDING OFFICER ll IX 2001 OCTOBER 2002 CvIDCIwIU-WQWI cna IIIONIAS Mmnows PAUL ECI ERCQ IIUIIIHHX dubbed Naval Reserve Squadron 916 the Rampagers were called Into actne dufyfffgi V' ', NA Squantum Massachusetts In April 1950 living the F 4U Corsair F-SF Bearcat, F nther and F 7U Cutlass The Rampagers became VA-83 In 1955 with the Introducnon of ' 'x han k aIId later the X-7 Cors ur ln 1988 the Rampagers transitioned to the FIA-18 Hornet and ew breed of squadron Cllnlbllllllg, the air to ground capabIlItIes of an attack aircraft with the 8ll't0' dblllflCS of I iifrhte r X FA-83 Since their Inception the Rampagers have plaved a pivotal role In . 1 ver projection ashoi e lLpl cscntmg the U mted States and demonstrating ltS resolve tlII oughout the wot If, f en terrorists struck thc Vloi ld Trade Center and the Pentagon on September ll W FA-83 and C V ., spondcd excellmg through a shoi tened IDT C and deploy Ing on June 20 with the GW Battle Gr suppoi t of Operation Enduring Freedom,VFA-83 provided real-time air cover to troops on Two Rampager pilots were directly responsible for saving American lives in northern Afghanistan they were called upon to employ the Hornet's 20mm gun on a Taliban compound. The executed key strikes in western Iraq, emploving JADM and provideinv vital air cover in the first ' an operations in this theater in over a year. Thanks to the unrelenting efforts of the Rampagers the 2002 deplovment upheld the highest the U.S. Navy, defending our freedoms oflife, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for us and Olll' FINE, 'lil I 'I JJ 5. , .XII S IMYID NIl5I,I.IQN 5 1 Z 1 if AOCIAWJ JAMES FISH PNCS SEAN SAN RONI.-XY -....?... AOC .IA NI ICS IIOXNQXRD ANICS .IOSIC SI-Q R RXNU A DCIAWJ .IOII JA MES AI c um RON..xLn PINION ANII NIICIIAICI, IiAffIlIiR r I2 I If A 5, In , Q . I QL I I ig .VI.: I Q I Q I I 5 V , an A AZI .IOIIN CTROSLIN fr' YNC DANNY SCHNEIDER V ,mn sc'o'r'r I C'IIRIS'I'0I'IIICR Aolmwe .lxsnx III-wig iv AMI JOIINNIE .XDKISSON ITI CRAIG CRIM I ANI I .IANIICS DIQLIMAN AGC S RUBERT AMEC ROB THRASHER - I I ERI HIJRNS All? If Li AT I IAWJ ROBERT DI HI I L ADI VICTOR .Im EDUARDO Goxzmiz JR JAMES KEN N EY A01 IEFFERY MILLS AME1mx p M011w PULTZ Xxx ,Q 'X R ' -T' --ml?-1 ,mm IRL-xkvm' Lsmzlax N MWWW mc KEY II.-XNNON MDIQLWH A'l'lfAXy, RLISSI-1l.l. NIANN .IUIIN NICENTEE YNI ISREAI. JENKINS 1 Am MLLIAM KELLY PRI JEFFREY NICFALLS AEI WARREN NIEDLOCK 'QV' AEIQAVVJ SHANE OLSEN AMEI TIM PHILLIPS YNIQSWI YICKEY PHILSON AMI CHRIS PRICHARD AMICAVVJ JON RENCII AMI KEITH ROLAND ATI MICHAEL SCI-INIINK SPRUILL AE 1 ww AEI THOMAS STUCKEY ROBERT STUDER C Anxpxwv Molslzs VALENCIA ADI AMADO VALENCIA f AOIQAIVI NEIL SIEFREID fe , fi F Q A Q in 1 d 5 ww A02 SCOTT A RTI I UR ASBURY III Am M'f"AE'1 A'rz.10nN :mu on :sz .fx1.lclA BEARDEN f 4 AD2 scorr BELLAMY MS2 RICHARD BEVERAGE ADZQAVVI PIIILII' BOOTS AK2 ISREAL BROWN LOW AK2 RICYIN I-ILIXSON AT2 MICHAEL FALLS Vw? ADZ JAMES FRANCESCH ETTI JR Aozmwy RON HELFERTV AT2 JASON GARDNER l AM2 EDWARD GLADDEN .IR AM E2 AH MED GYAM FI AT2 ROSS IIOLSELANV AM2 HAROLD HUGI-IART JR ,1-H. A02 PATRICK KEN NEMO RE ' 1 , u mg? 2 ' x AS2 PHILIP LAPAN ns, AMEZQAWJ SAMUEL MARTIN PR2 RAPIIAEL MCCUIEN AZ2 .IULIAN MICKENS AE2 .IIN IIAN ATZKAWI NEIL .o"""' AE2 I . ,-.... - . V -717 , , rye!-V-. .7 AZZI.-BU AINIEE CTCONNOR AK2 JAMES RINCON AT2 A LDRUO STARKS A02 ALISIIA ULIQN ,XXI 2 IONI Rl'IfI"I.-XX 2 0"-' - ,xoz mx-.N ORIIAR ,mz Lulrs vl1'1w1,xx AK! IIARUI D RANOLIN IR .1.0Z.lICR0NIIiRl'IfI-'INS .XNIICZ MARK RUNIYVIEI. 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PICKFINS AR KATRINA P0141 -1-3 1. .IXNHCS ADAA JAMES STACEY AA LANDON NN.-XRD 'C ,XXI XA lillK'WIiST AX SHARON ZAYACKI . . - Ak P .t XX- Y X-:xx . .VJ-1, 'c L K' A if 1"""' ' m. 1 f-f---1 19 A- CQ Z' XX '1 5 ,JW if i o 44 W,-f"' ,xx ,xl ,I AEN 'fx iAl,llUl N .IR T.. .-nlmu .IERILNIIAII DANIELS J 1 i Q -1 1 4 S, , ' 3 J 3 32 f i aim -is M51 wr ' Y-nov' 'W 3 I f1..l"1"" pkxmf-ma A ol .-..--u--A A X 3 I CoMM.A.NmNG OFFICER CDR vs-'ILLIAM REAVEY EXECUTIVE OFFICER CDR RONALD REIS ' y I I ' :fxkffg --'Fgi"2, J . ,C 1 . I "TZ, "1 W 5.5: - I f,, ' V 13. W in ..,, . z T. -, N N 1 ,gs 'ie X I 1 L X ki! 5 , T gf bg? NM X 4 is I" S I C we B ' Q Q- .f ' A ' COMMAND MASTER CHIEF , ' - N ' CMDCMlAW!SWl Troy I- UH 78 uf 1 1:5- , . . 1- ' t he EA-6B Prowler is the only tactical alrborne radar Jammer ln the U.S. arsenal. Vllth a hls sp nnmg nearly thirty vears Prowlers have prow :ded Flectronlc Attack support for strike nn u ery conlllct smce the Vietnam War to include the most recent operations In the Balkans Afghanistan I f" AP 8' muarv 1971 VAQ-132 became the Iirst operational squadron to ily the EA-6B 'Prow 6 ldbev Island A' the hrst Prowler squadron ln Vletnam VAQ-132 flew combat l'Il1SSl0IlSff0eree ' crent earners on X ANREE STATION m the Gulf ofTonkln In August of 1990 the Sc0rPl0n5i hand ln the Red Sea for ODGFWTIOII DESERT SHIELD On January 17 1991 VAQ 132 led thew y 1 mbat suppol tang the hrst wax c ol strikes during Operation DESERT STORM In 1cbruary199 rplons were agam tn st on scene when shots were tired ln support oi NATO s Operation DENYFI-' I over Bosnia-Hu vegovma c Scon plons have been awarded the Battle E ln 1986 1988 1992 1998 and 2000 theA VAQ 132 was named Prowler Squadron ot thc Tear ln 1984 has won the Golden AHC 1989 1998 and 1999 recuved the Sxlx er Anchor aw ard m 1991 and recen ed the E-X 6B com K reign Object Damage CFODI Excellence award ln 1988 and 1989 In 1999 XAQ 112 was a if' en Wrench and named CN WP Mamtenance Squadron ol the Year In July 2002 NAQ 1 a community mxlestone of 32 years and 53 000 tllght hours major mlshap free 5 . .. 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V, QDWARDS f M THUMAS WEBER AA GIGXZANNI Ll'?NlL.A AR REN-NRD0 P X AMEAR .IOSII Kl?C'FRA AR MARY MQUA I Ylhlnu. il t A if 505 Yfg -It ,S -tl EXECUTIVE OFFICER COMMANDING OFFICER CDR ERIC GARDNER CDR GLEN ACKERMANN Comvimowc OFFICER COMMMND MAsTLR,c'n1er Mn 2001-JULY 2002 CNIDCNIIAWWVII3 CDR HARRY ROBINSON JFPFREW KELLM' he E-2C Haw keve, I wlth its 24-foot radar dome antenna is usually one of the first and delill 'Y st distinctive fixed wing aircraft to launch off the can 1 ner As the eyes and ears ofthe flee , wkeye clean s the way for nearly all airborne operations Painting the radar picture lol hlllldfe es NAV!-125 Tlgertanls have the global situational awareness tor operational and tactical mputs cn A to maintaining air and surface dominance . ' in hours ot the unprecedented terrorist attacks and national crisis of ll September 2001 Tlge sonnel were embarked at sea Aboard USS GEORGE WASHINGTON, VAW l25 maintenance perse . mediately began ancraft launches and recoveries VAW-l25's E 2Cs, along with a handful of fighters' 1 the only aircl aft airborne, dedicated to the protection of the United States. O if ",g A ring this deployment, W-KW-125 continued prosecution of the Global War on Terrorism film I ' ' orne Command and Control of thousands ofaircraft. The guiding voice ofTigertails spanned not hun thousands of miles in the Joint arenas of Operations EN DURING FREEDOM and SOUTHERN WA e Hawkeye s role consistently expands as upgraded aircraft continue to roll off the assembly lille- 'eti W-l25's commissioning in October 1968, the squadron was the first to receive the new E-2B S- ss-A mishap-free years later, the Tigertails are slated to be the first East Coast squadron to transzmngev 5-il f vw Hawkeye 2000, which incorporates Cooperative Engagement Capability As enemv Threats C ' tv'f E cla h ang 5 Y 5 u s ' I " 0 ' yy. N gy ,l:,i xl? develop, Hawkeye 2000 ensures there truly is "no where to hidell' N V liin . au x , , ""'7 "'5"'f"""r""'blns-o-gn.--. v..'. - vvI,t, . I , I 5 Raj I I me - , , 'r K ,NI LCDR RAN DY BIACKNION Iffzf ' I LCDR THOMAS NI-IILI. II' RXANBRYIA LCDR JANIIQS GARDNER I' --yg,g3fi:.- al t. 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Q 3: XX, . ,V f R N I 1 -v 'Ji ' ' ' R If Qi ,xznmw CHARLES v 3 F,xRx1ER JR -- 5151 VINCENT HAYES AMEHANVJ THOMAS KREINHEDER ADI BIIALIIC IUXNIIQIQH -va I 3 1 I I ,xumm INJAE LEE Q i 1- 5 2 MIIKAWJ mum R E A D ! L AD2tAwp JACK BAILEY AE1q,wvfsw3 ,m NATHANII-31, , A , , ,, PATRICK LANIER LEONARD ' R' "UW," 'QRM Pxufwfmm un xl!-RI-,D RONIO JR H ,OR XXII WXYN l" WF-XR ,Q , Til' ' N. , .'-59 , ,nl ufmg 'rmorm' POPPEI. Hill XXVI BRYXN WOODS AKZKAWJ EARL BARBER ATZCAWJ BRI XX Bhf IP um my KRIS m xxmxsuw X12 ur RRILK BOX D ' 7 Q ' ANC.i-I." Rl-is ' " " ' 1 if:':w4'ir E - 3 Ry! 'nd If""'.,.......e-: l . , !,,,Q.rf' ln. L YN ZQAWJ SP F N C A lf R AM2fAVVJ .xlszpxm ANl2l.'XWj S'l'liYliN lsR0CKr1'r'r .losr:Ll'l'0 CIQNTINO coomck su PETER DARRIGO AZZQAVVJ THOMAS DAVIDSON ld f xi ," ,, 'f -734 ADZ CORDN EY FOSTER M S1 3 H 'qi' DKZIMU C'IIRlS'l'0PHER JUN!-IS AEZQAXW , , , , , , , AXIZ . V - , . . .-mr.z4. mfx,xc: CHRlSTOPI,lER LAFFM mc ld L.u,m.m. DM,m MAAWRIS .4xl1z,mRl.LxN MARIMER Amzmwq S ROBERT colwmus Axzqfxwfswy TYRONE DOBBS ADZ KENDRICK A122 Tonv KASPER ,-gl-l i f i 1 in 4 fwuavvm- Ka. U , 1. I MSZQSWT TERRELL MURRELL AZZQAWJ LEE SHERRELL ul 4. I "' 2 'N AKZQANU MARCUS PIIRIQZ .XKZKAXYJ G EISSIC R Sl NIOZ,-X P.-XT,-X a H2 lxrixlnllx Rosfuuo lf A-XTZLXXX y .IUSIQ SAN'I'l.XCJO .XICZMNN y NHC llklfl, S.-XN'l'0fx AIJZQ,-XXYJ .IAM ICS Sl'l,ZlCR A D2f.-XW3 IMXNCPQ WIILIANISUN 5' " -:an-1.-, .171 ,XID if-XSICY Bl-ISON XNIB HRK' HI. Xf'KlC'l'lfR xxx Ronwl-ix lmowx AD3 JARROD CARD AT3 JASON CANTU A13 KEITH 4-AR'rwRlf:ll'l' M13 Rlc'lm1um c'o:.uxs0N w --Lo w ff".i'i A ' Q5 ? 5 .qp C1 L, :A L, ,A f' 3. E P A , nf S 3 Sc Q ,KKMAWI C1.r1x'1z1.IxNn mms E S 3 HMMAWI BRIAN IIOLCONIB AT3 ANTHONY LEWIS AT3 DAYID NIEIICLIN .as , 2' I AE3 DENNIS OLIVER .IR '-'I ,Q 4. AT3 WI l ,LIA M FA SS ETT l Q! M13 EDI-IR GIRON lmlclllcox 4 I AESIAWJ JOSE GONZALEZ AT3 .IOSII l'A IIOXVELL AE3 TIMOTHY HUFF AM3 ROBERT LUFFMAN ANIE3 NIICIIAEI, NIORRIALE use Aw, KENNETH onsm PR3 SCOTT LYONS AD3 TONINIY HUGHES AM3 DANIEL MARTINEZ ,f ,f If If ,fuf 5' , V, ! J, , 5 7517? I L, f" -sqm fi, 11,2 J I f .1 va.-up. , ,. 'Y W.. cmmv TYSQN I AM3 STEVE WAGNER .ul ' nw 'lr I. 1 fa I f ,I rl! 5 Il-' I I K - Y It , I YY... H' 1 as gi nu il, PN3 I., UIS RODRIGUEZDIAZ .-XNI3 BRIAN ROTH !"N AME3 JACK 'l'.-XFI-' AM3 ROGER YOSI' ANI3 NICSTOR ZAR.YI'I-INIANC'II.I..-X DKSN BETTY ADAN MARK BEALS An,-W m ln.lP mxlfil, AZAN PATRICK , CORLEY AN HENRY CORNIEL AMAN COREX DALIE Dsnmm,-Y AN CHRISTOPHER DAY FLEMING AKAN CHARLES FULTON w vnmrzs ,xx TIFANIE HANSLEY r NK, 4 17' I ,ds 'LQ AJ X 'X x' aj AEAN DA KAR! JACKSON AEAN SONYIA JOHNSON YNSN JOSI-IPII KIRBY AMAN JUSTEN LEE AN KEVIN nuzvgy AN SURAYBURN HEIGHT ADAN LITNSFORD AN ASIIXYIN NAIK PRAN N.-XTIIA N P lil ,THQ R .-KN Nllfllklil,O'BRlEN AD.-'KN mu 1 . RAM I R liz ANIAN BRADLEY OLSON AN JORGE RAMIRI-IZ an AMAN BRANDON RASCUA L PEATROSS s ADAN GARY REED ll AEAN ? LNIEAN HERBLRI ' RUSSELL A A? ff 'A Q C1-m1s'roPHLR mu WCH SUT'l'LliS WILLI.-HIS A A ' A ' Am' ADAIN DON FE JASON COLLI :cu A ZIELINSKI AA MARCUS GONIEZ AA NELSON MARTINEZ MSSA LEWIS MASON AMAA JAMES MC CLINTON - l MIGUEL TORRPIS TURNER .., ,kv V y ,LDAA CRYSTAL AEAA JAMIE RADER ,Lx ROSLXN ROYAL THOMAS 'QT- f in K3 L R, .. R , FN' . ' 1+ .-.. x f ffl ,,..:,, 3+ . I-1. ,,. ,.g.. ,- ,.:,, ,..-L . JV'-, .1' F. JA.. Vx. RQ., 'zz 3 ,Q ,,, 4.1 ,,,, , -. N TE 7 l .- 4I , ., .. , ',, ff... .,,i 5 -f ,fx-. ",' N' ,f P ....u U, , ' , ..,-..,:- 3 ' Mfg -1, , , '. .cv .- Alf 5 ,Av f a.. , , ,.. n..f4..,,,.M .. , , ,-. ,'1,, , .l 1- -.. N- 4155'- ..,4.... . . 1 -,A A 1.. . Mn! 1 H. 5. , rf! .1 guwh, HN- ' : " . ,XX w-3 f 4 X 1 K 1, ., X --4. w . ..,. f ' up - , ,. s ., . . , ,4f..f.-,-. ', 1120? f',f'f"fj'11"3,',4-.f-.'4 L 9--v t ,M V7 i 5. ,- .1 ,,'- 1, J f. .",.-gf .b 5 nw 4 ' w,.g'.',. ',-' 1 , my.. -, . ff. ..N4 -I wh w, ,. 1 . . ,X ,Q '12, iffy. UL,- if Xa! fs.,-6' 1 J ' V? . " In 55455 3, 35552. ug I-, -L L' . e. 1 51 '. ri-If-MJ ,. ' -a , ' +5 ' , , dbh I . 57"- COMMANDING OFFICER EXECUTIVE OFFICER CDR MICHAEL GINTER CDR GTHOMAS W Aff COMMAND MASTER c:HnsF CMDCMQAWISWJ MITCHEII, . LOUNSBFRRY urmg the post World War II years, TBM Avenger squadron VC-801 served as a COIIIPOUCU demobilized reserve Carrier ASW forces. On August 1950, VC-801 was redesignated g Opalocka Naval Air Station, Miami, Florida, with 18 TBM-3E Avengers. The squadron WHS to active duty OH 1 February 1951 due to the militar mobilization as ciated with the outbreak . Y S0 . Korean War and moved ltS home to NAS Norfolk, Virginia. In February of 1953 Air Antisubmarllle 801 was redeslgnated Air Antisubmarine Squadron Thirty CVS-301. During these early years emblem was developed from the original theme of a "hunter,' cat stalking its prey. IH JUHC 1960, VS 30 Changed its base of operations from NAS Norfolk, Virginia to NAS Key Weatv and Wa? designated Une S-2 Tracker Readiness Training Squadron for the Atlantic Fleet. As the E2Sf RAC, VS 30 mak nuggets fr6Sh from the training command and honed their skills to the fine needed to be fleet aviators, thereby earning the nickname HDIAMONDCUTTERS. VS 30 Opemtio I I d d th . egan W0rkllpS for their iirst cruise aboard USS Geor?N - ns Inc u e par Iclpation in O Q t' JOINT NT GUARD! SOUTHERN WATCH, and BEACON FLASH? ra mn FORGE! JOI , VS-30 continu support of the War on Terror in Operation ENDURING FREED0 f t 5-33 . M th mth MAVERICK Plus System aircraft- VS-30,5 awards include the 20202 ATRIZNT We Naval Safety Centers Safety "Sf, and the Arleigh Burke Award In late 1999 the Diamondcutters b ed their success in 2002 by deplgying combat-ready aboard USS Gem-ge I I I I I 1 I I i I I,C'DR FREDERICK FACYSON LCDR J.-K M ES LINS LCDR JOE MCMA HON , LI- I I LT GREGG BRO LTC I-I I.T JASON LRNXIN Tim 'W f I.T .IOIIN IQYECIQS III E- LCDR SCOTT MULYZXNIA I II' DAVID FEATH ERBY x YW Q- ,T.,, H 3 151' RACHEL BRAUSCH I LT AARON IfRIEDRIl'K 5 LT TYLER GLEASON LT BILLY HENDRIX LT MICAH LENOX kin . xi, . I I,T SIIAWN MALONE LT JASON MUNOS LT GEOFFREY STOW' 1 LTJG CHRIS DRAGO LT DAVID VVAIDELICII LT TRAYIS VVIIFOX LTJG ROBERT CASSIDYJR . :'F:ff'i'A' LTJC BRADLEY DIXOY ' 3, ' 51" T' LTJG JUSTIN DRACH LTJG JEFFERY FARMER LTJG JASON H UTCH ERSON I G' , LTJG PATRICK -5 nNsoN .-If ., Jo Dx I I x 'ffm-e. : i,g5fi"l fat - , -ffm V - yfwaq L V -5,3 if -2 6 lfI'Jii NN II .I.I.-XXI LANIC A DCSIAWJ LARRY AC LE .A.DCsq.wvp RODNEY HOUSAND l l ITIG BILL SII'I'ERl.Y ENS DAVID NIURICIAND CWO2 JOHN KI-Q'II'l'IiRER NTL NIC 'SLXXU NVILLI.-XXI CIIOISNIYI' AZCSQAWU FINLEY MARTIN ,K ,wcmmvp BRIAN GILLESPIE AM C Sf .NWI STEVEN G,-IFFOR D - AICSIAIW wx-xLL.xc'E SCHAEFERI f - ANIECIAVWSWI CASEY AYICRY 3 I I , vwcmwm I-J 'QQ JAMES POLLARD fb .X5IffI.IIII!IyfIiS'I'0R ,x'rc5q,xwp KEITH .u:Cq.m'fsm A AECQ-AIYLLER RAI mu .nz Baxmmx ANTu0NvFR,xNK1.1x GREGORI M AZN-ICCAWI RON DA sms , -WU-'WW XXL-XI,TliR zmzxs A NI E I I ,-WW A DA NI CONSTANT I?" Y "' --..... . If .9 -fr If QYJ-I nag AMI-Il JEFF FERRAER A It I mm DENNIS GIBSON AEIIAWJ BRIAN GORSIIE ,IIIIIAWI MILTON I IIixIPs'rE,xD E455 AMUAWJ JAMES HICE 6'-.' ATIIAIVI SCOTT In-:Rw,x'I'II PNILSWJ TIAIOIIIY ROBINSON ADIKAWQ OCTAVUS SIIELTON .XIJIINXU STIZYICN Kl'l'C'Hlfl.l, Tl -'xxllfiwql Alllf,-WVJ LEYVIS b U w i 1 .XX'l'HOXY Ihxxllslilfl' NEGRON ITHSYVQ I,0NNI'.l.l. Rlglzll 5 11-1-it HNII DAVID ROBINSON AOIQAWJ MIKE ROCK A D l Q.-'AWD STEVE SHOKKIQY AE I f.-MU RICH,-XRD Sl.Al'Gll'l'IiR fi- zz-, A I 'itil' I Allmm CHARLEINE SONNIER NCIISWP EDVMARD XA RNA D0 ,ua HECTOIMCIIVEDO Am STILPIIEN ,IN1'IIcINv Asmwy CHRISTOPIIER Assum' is -rf WVQWWW 49 J!-7 3 "" wt ' - :L '-Ax" . , M Q. ' "-.N 1 A Q. 6 gf Rx SHE 3. XX 1 A : SE X12 ,E Q - R -D I E Rt' k"'i ' -4 . "A F-,J Mk f-H. wi . :V V " 5: Q52 ' 4 wr :FSO H 'Ni Aozq.-uw MICHAEL Avggy AE2 MARK BERGER Axzmwy AMZQAWJ RODERICK CARNES BYRON BROWN ,xriz BRIAN F,xNsl,r1R .-XXII-12 l'Alfl. 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I " ' 1 1 ,-...U ': ' " ' . 1' .K. J.. , KFKg' Ai H :K K. f.. .- V f -1 .Ah A 4 A ,'ff,,' -K . - 1 , -4. KI V . I .IW ', 1 ' x ' , I 7 ' . . . ,K . , 2 . 1 ' 1' V K f. - 7 - . K V . , 1 '5 . V fl Q r U, ,J ' 1-1 A .. 1. " :L 310, N' t COMMANDING OFFICER CDR DAVID SWAIN C CDR JOHN SLAUGHTER l HLSLANTISUBQGXA l - 1 COMMAND MASTER Cllllilfv , C. - F CMDCNIQAVVI MIGUEL sfxNCIII.L , . f en elicopterAntisubmarine Squadron I5 is comprised of 24 officers and l7S enlisted men and wom g . - - rine Washington's only embarked helicopter squadron, HS-I5 conducts operations In Alntlillldbgjscue Warfare QASWJ, Antisurface Warfare QASUWJ, Search and Rescue QSARJ, Combat Searc a fCSARJ, Naval Special Warfare QNSWJ and fleet logistics. A N lll g ongsi e coalmon forces during joint exercises, and rema , , , . om M9 highest state of readiness throughout the cruise, always ready to answer the call and succe ssfully C P .g the required mission. The Red Lions were pivotal in supporting fixed wing operations, always the first to launch and to recover. While on station in the North Arabian Sea, HS-15 provided continuous Combat R 5 . . . . . . . escue alerts, while maintaining proficiency In all other mission areas and affordin flvmf' g , 2: to a number of coalition officers. Throughout the cruise, HS-l5 provided protection to thc Cafrler numerous straits transits and in confined waters. The squadron performed logistics, Search he ical evacuation, and countless missions in support of the battle group Regardless oft l A5 HS-I5 was able to meet its demanding schedule because of the tireless efforts of the entire EXECUTIVE OFFICER I fi 5 C . R I G org? who fly and maintain four Sikorsky SH-60F and two HH-60H helicopters. As U55 e f , during A3 Throughout the deployment, the World Famous Red Lions of HS-15 met everV Challenge , . ' - in an 5 Operations ENDURING FREEDOM and SOUTHERN WATCH. HS-15 maintained proliclellecgfat the 3 vital mission areas, often trainin I al 0."d ' ' ' ' ' l A wap..--.fm - I Q If ..!..IN-. ICDRFRANRIJN lLlH1JhPPRLX ' c1,LL,N5 HLHVCWIINSIJN lm LCDR TODD Nl NNO LCDR KIQYIN RASCII LCIJR NIICH.-Xlil. Rl"l'l-I 1IJouxARBLckLu VVSTHNPIHIU S , , Ll C llllfllyxllfil IH R l.l' S'l'lQl'lllfN NIICRRITT LT SINGH Sl'R.Xl X li J,izQifL'2"i- 5 H K' ICDR F l COLLINS lT IOHN ,mmf M I B mmm 'WNW S r RANKI IN ' 'A t ' 4- 1 ,H .1 LT MARGARET YASA K -MZ LT JOSEPH ZUMMO LTJG RONALD ALLEN LTJG TONY CLARKE LTJG JESUS CUNILL ENS CHAD SUV? lA'I'Jf: RYAN ,lfwlis mlm ROBERT NIGHT LTJG KRISTIN ENS TIMOTHY oln,l-iczrzn JOHNSON CWO3 MICHAEL BALKCOM AFCM 1mouqgLAS ,. . xvlasutv A I CSQAW3 JOHN DATTILIO ADCS GORDON RZEWNICKI ,l-"' azc' LEONARD cams -l""""' AWC BART REA BIZ AW! 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