Germantown (LSD 42) - Naval Cruise Book

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7 " 0 BERING SEA • . ♦•• Canada O 8 5J NORTH PACIFIC : 6 United Hawaii OAHU HONOLULU SAN FRANCISCO PORT HUENEME 1 States BOR O % Christmas Island PACIFIC OCEAN (Lquaior SOUTH PACIFIC Chronology of Ports Visited San Difgo. ( " alilmnia 12 .Ian Biuknor Bav. Okinawa 02 Feb Suhic Bav. Philippines 10 Feb-23 Buckner Bav. Okinawa 27 Feb-02 Pohanj;, Korea 07 Mar-()9 Pohang, Korea 23 lVIar-28 Buckner Bav. Okinawa 31 Mar Hong Kong 04 Apr-09 Subic Bav. Philippines 11 Apr-20 Svdnev, Australia Oh Mav-l. ' i Townsville, Australia 24 Mav-30 Pearl Harbor. Hawaii 11 .Km- 12 San Diego. Calit ' ornia 19 .lun 1 9.S9 Feb Mar Mar Mar Apr Apr Mav May •Km GREA TER USS GERMANTOWN LSD ' 42 January 12, 1989 - June 19, 1989 !,:■ ■; 1 P Table of Contents History Schedule Westpac 89 3 Commanding Officer 4 Executive Officer 5 Command Master Chief 6 ACU-5 7 BMU-i 13 GoIf-3 12 14 MSSG 24 Deck Department 26 Engineering Department 32 Dental Department 40 Medical Department 42 Navigation Administration Department 44 Operations Department 46 Supply Department 52 Comstock (LSD-45) 58 Dependen ts Cruise 60 Departure Day 62 Escorts 64 Transit-89 65 Sports 66 Project Handclasp 70 Bingo 72 Contacts 73 Necads 74 Vertrep 75 Unrep 76 Rope Exercises 77 Steel Beach 78 Awards 79 VIPs 80 Okinawa, Japan 81 Philippines 82 Korea 4 Hong Kong 86 Sydney, Australia 92 ■ x fossin zne i ine «•••«« «••••••«»•••••••••» «••«•••••«•••• «•••«••»» «••••• «••• ' ••••«• •••••••«••••• ' " c Hawaii 108 Homecoming 109 Cruisebook Staff 13 . Dedication — 14 Hometowns 115 ARG Photo-X ,...., 120 ■ ' , ' •■ i : i A.- ' . " : " -;;: ' f y,.- - ;- ' ' Ship ' s History WestPac 89 1 08 FEB 86 20 FEB 18 MAR 20 MAR 07 APR 19-20 APR 12-23 MAY 21 JUL 30 JUL 31JUL 06 AUG 12 AUG 14 AUG 18 AUG 29 AUG 06 FEB 87 07-16 APR 22-04 MAY 11 JUN 18 JUN - 18 DEC 05 JAN 89 12 JAN 89 02 FEB 04-10 FEB 10-23 FEB 23 FEB 24 FEB 27-02 MAR 07-09 MAR 10-23 MAR 23-28 MAR 31 MAR 04-09 APR 11-20 APR i 20-21 APR 26 APR 27 APR 05-15 MAY 19-22 MAY 24-30 MAY 11-12 JUN 19 JUN if ' 87 .s ■1 Commissioning of USS GERMANTOWN LSD-42 Pre-Combat Systems Shipboard Qualifications Underway, First Time, Fully Manned First Port Visit, Esquimalt, Canada Moored San Diego, CA., Arrived Home Port Broadway Pier Visit, 804 visitors Shakedown Refresher Training Departed San Diego for Panama City, Florida Moored Rodman, Canal Zone Transit Panama Canal Moored New Orleans, Louisiana Moored Panama City, Florida First Embarkation of LCAC ' s Underway Moored Cristobal, Canal Zone Arrive San Diego Refresher Training Operational Testing of LCAC ' s First Exercise, Kernel Usher 87-3 First Dependents Cruise First Westpac Second Dependents Cruise Underway Westpac 89 Anchored Buckner Bay, Okinawa Exercise Valiant Usher 89-3 In port SRF Subic Bay, Philippines Anchored Subic Bay, RP j Underway from Anchorage Anchored Buckner Bay, Load and Reconfigura tion Anchored Pohang Korea, Team Spirit Preps. Exercise Team Spirit Anchored Pohang Korea, Backload Anchored Buckner Bay, Offload Jnport Hong Kong Inport SRF Subic Bay, RP Anchored Subic Bay, RP Beauty Contest for Queen of the Polywogs Crossing the Line, Polywog Initiation Inport Sydney Australia Exercise Coral Sea Valiant Usher Inport Townsville Australia Inport Hawaii Homecoming, Secure Westpac-89 ¥ J J Commander T. Michael Wittkamp of Richmond, Virginia, received his commission in June 1970 upon graduation from the U.S. Naval Academy. Following his first tour of duty as Chief Engi- neer on USS FORCE (MSO-445) he v as assigned to the precommissioning crew of USS ROBERT E. PEARY (FF-1073) as First Lieutenant and Communi- cations Officer. Upon completion of the Department Head Course at the Naval Destroyer School in July 1976, he served as Operations Officer on USS HOL- LISTER (DD-7S8). Commander Wittkamp then served as First Lieutenant on USS JUNEAU (LPD- 10) from April 1978 to June 19S0 which was followed by a tour at Navy Recruiting Command Headquar- ters as Director, Management Systems Division. Commander Wittkamp served as Executive Officer on USS FORT FISHER (LSD-40) from June 1982 to February 1984. Following a tour in the Office of the Chief of Na val Opera tions as an Action Officer in the strategy. Plans and Policy Division (OP 60), he at- tended National War College. Commander Witt- kamp assumed command of USS GERMANTOWN in May 1988. Commander Wittkamp has been awarded the Navy Commendation Medal with two Gold Stars and the Navy Achievement Medal. In addition, he is au- thorized to wear the Navy Unit Commendation, Navy " E " , Humanitarian Service Medal and various unit and campaign awards. Commander Wittkamp is married to the former Mary Ann Wolaver of New Orleans, LA. The Witt- kamps, who currently reside in San Diego, have two children, Michael Louis and Jennifer Lynne. C0MM iNDimG xo Lieutenant Commander Stephen D. Gilmore, USN, a native of Canton, Ohio attended the U.S. Na- val Academy, graduating in June 1974. His initial duty assignment was the USS BAGLEY (FF-1069) where he served as Damage Control Assistant and First Lieutenant from November 1974 to January 1978. Subsequently, he was assigned to Naval Mili- tary Personnel Command where he was ADP Section Head for officer and enlisted detailers. He was also a White House Social Aide during this Washington tour. After attending Surface Warfare Officers School (Department Head Course), LCDR Gilmore served as Combat Systems Officer on board USS EL- LIOT (DD-967). from February 19SI to December 1982. His Department Head split tour was as Engi- neering Officer on board USS SCHENECTADY lLST-1185) from April 1983 to December 1984. Lieu- tenant Commander Gilmore attended the Royal Aus- tralian Naval Staff College in Sydney, Australia from January to July 198.5 and was subsequently as- signed to the staff of Commander, Amphibious Group Three from July 1985 to July 1987, as Flag Secretary. Since October 1987 LCDR Gilmore has been serving as Executive Officer, USS GERMAN- TOWN lLSD-42). Lieutenant Commander Gilmore is married to the former Robin Mitchell of Sacramento, Califor- nia. They have a daughter, Stacy, and two sons, Tim- othy and Andrew. COMMAND MASTER CHIEF Master Chief Summerday entered the Navy in July 1966. Upon completion of recruit training at Great Lakes, Illinois, his first tours included USS CABILDO (LSD- 16). USS HAMPSHIRE COUNTY (LST-819). USS TOM GREEN COUNTY (LST-llSQ) and USS MONTICELLO (LSD-35). In June 1973 he reported to the Surface Craft Department at Point Mugu, California where he served as a craftmaster for 85 foot Aviation Recovery Craft (A VR) and 35 foot Yard Utility Craft (YFU). Returning to sea in 1977, Master Chief Sum- merday served a board the USS CA YUGA (LST-1186) as the Leading Chief Boatswain Mate. In Novem- ber 1981 he reported to Navy Management Systems Support Office, Detachment Pacific as a Computer systems software analyst in the SNAPP II project. He was assigned as Command Master Chief, USS GERMANTOWN (LSD-42) in February 1986. Master Chief Summerday has been awarded the Navy Commendation Medal, the Navy Achievement Medal and Combat Action Ribbon as well as several Good Conduct, Campaign and Ser- vice awards. He is married to the former Ann Ma- rie Davenport of La Grande Park, Illinois. The Summerdays have a daughter, Mary Kathleen. They presently make their home in Lemon Grove, California. BMCM Summerday departed USS GERMAN- TOWN (LSD-42) in April 1989. Master Chief Boatswain ' s Mate (Surface War- fare) B. F. Nelson is from Turin, Iowa and enlisted 6 August 1968. Following Boot Camp he was as- signed to Deep Water Piers, Danang, RVN and then River Patrol Flottila Five, Binh Thuy RVN. Master Chief has been assigned to USS ST LOUIS (LKA-116). USS SPERRY (AS-12). USS DURHAM (LKA-114). USS ALBERT DAVID (FF-1050). USS RA- CINE (LST-1191) and as commissioning crew mem- ber of USS WHIDBEY ISLAND (LSD-41). Ashore BMCM Nelson has been assigned as Command In- vestigator, Fleet ASW San Diego, as a member Commander, Amphibious Group Three Staff and is a graduate of the U.S. Navy Senior Enlisted Academy. He reported aboard USS GERMAN- TOWN (LSD-42) as Command Master Chief 27 Feb- ruary 1 989. Master Chief Nelson has been awarded four Navy Achievement Medals, Combat Action Rib- bon, three Good Conduct Awards as well as ser- vice and campaign awards. Master Chief Nelson is married to former Barbra J. JoUey of Warren, Arizona and has five children, Lori, Brandye, Chris, Lisa and Bill. Lisa and Bill still reside with their parents in Santee, California. ACU-5 DET-D LT MAKCKIM USN Assistant Officer in charge Landing Craft Air Cushion, (LCAC), is the new generation of Am- phibious assault landing craft. Combining the heavy lift capability of the surface assault with the high speeds of helicopter-borne assaults, the LCAC adds a new dimension to the capabilities of an Amphibious Task Force. Capable of traveling over land and water, LCAC expands seventy percent of the world coastline to amphibious assault. This, coupled with the over-the horizon (OTH) capability of LCAC, offers the military plan- ner another method of attaining surprise when conducting an Amphibi- ous operation. In addition to standard ship to ship movement, LCAC has been proven to be an excellent and reliable platform for conducting ad- vance force and Non-Combatant Evacuation Operations. ADMIN SUPPLY YNI GAY SKI CHITTENDEN SKSN MARTIN MAINT HTC(SW) STATE GSMC SACRIS nil GRINER EMI MANSFIELD ET2 HABINA ET2 CONNELLY EN 2 RONS ALL GSE2 OLIVEROS LCAC 001 BMC(SW) LEE BMl SANEEWONG GSMl SCHEINOST HT2 SHARP OS2 MCCUISTION EN2 FEENSTRA GSM3 BENHAYON GSES LEE FA COSTON LCAC 003 BMC(SW) RUSSELL GSEC BURGESS BMI(SW) REILLY OSl STEWART EN 2 LUND HT2 LEE GSE3 MILLER GSMFN NOLLE GSEFA FOX m m LCAC 005 BMCS(SW) PARK GSM I YATES BM2 WILSON BM2 CUSTER HT2 PHILLIPS OS2 KLAVINGER EN2 WOOD GSE:S COFFEY ' GSE3CLAUS GSE3 SMITH M m£M£m 10 LCAC 006 BMC(SW) HR.ASWELL GSMl DENISTON OSI(SW) ONEIL BM2(SW) KEGLEY GSE3 CLEMONS GSM3 GARCIA GSE3 NA AKHO ENFN JONES HTFN BAXLEY FN ALEXANDER 12 - ! BMU-l Beach Master Unit One. This is a unit of Na- val Beach Group and is responsible for control- ling movements ashore and the safe landing of LCACs and small amphibious assault craft. BM2 NELSON BM2 McNEIL BM3 STUKDIVANT CMCN HUBBARD RMSN GRIFFIN BMSN BVECKER 13 GOLF BA TTER Y 3 12 Field Artillery is the king of battle. Its sole purpose for existence is to support the infantry. To accomplish this task, the mission of field artillery is threefold: A) To provide close and continuous fire support to maneuver elements by neutralizing, destroying, or suppressing those targets which are a threat to the support unit. B) To give depth tocombat by attacking hos- tile reserves, restricting movement, providing long range sup- port for reconnaissance elements, and disrupting command systems and other installations. C) To achieve and maintain fire superiority over enemy indirect fire delivery means. •- ' ' S iti ' iViSX ' X ' ;. - CAPTAIN FONDOW BATTERY COMMANDER 1st LT SNOW EXECUTIVE OFFICER 1st SGT WARNER BATTERY FIRST SERGEANT 1 ; :- ! ' :jf . MSGT SIMOES FIELD ARTILLERY CHIEF ' , ' ■ ' ' ■ p ' o« lvT Jf v - c • 1st LT PETERSON 1st PLT CO lal LT NETTLES 2nd PLT CO 1st LT GARCIA 1st PLT EDO Isl LT RICHEY 2nd PLT EDO i i SGTLE 1st PLT SGT SSGT MORENO 2nd PLT SGT SSGT WASHINGTON SSGT SHEPPARD IstFDCSGT OPS CHIEF SSGT SANCHEZ COMM CHIEF SSGT BALDASAHO Af T CHIEF Jlf:- UPL . D. MS LCPL AUiHICHT UPL ALFOSSO CPl. . LM. ZAN LCPL ASDEKSON LCPL AKKAyAGA LCPL HECK LCPL HERMAS SGT HEHRYHILL LCPL BERTKAM ' %j i SGT HLACKMOy HS HLACKWOOD PFC BLALOCK LCPL BOA ' A ' ET LCPL BOOR LCPL BOYD LCPL BROWN LCPL BUELNA LCPL BVTLER LCPL BUTZ ■J ' vi ir ' - i Ik Al. LCPL CALDERA CPL CANTORNA LCPL CASTRO CPL CLOAKE PFC CONNERLY LCPL COOPER LCPL COTTA - ' ' ■J LCPL DAIGNEAULT LCPL DAVIS ' CPL DEVEAU LCPL DIMODICA LCPL ELIZONDO LCPL ELMORE LCPL ELMORE LCPL FERREL LCPL FLORES LCPL FREDERICK LCPL FREEMAN SGT FREEMAN LCPL GALLEGOS LCPL GARCIA LCPL GARIBAY SGT GEORGE LCPL GEORGE SGT GIBSON LCPL GRIMES LCPL HAIDER CPL HALL LCPL HAMEL LCPL HANSEN HM3 HARMS LCPL HERHIG LCPL HERRING SGT Hl ' CKARA LCPL HVERECA LCPL HUNT LCPL HUNTER LCPL HIJTHERSON LCPL JACKSON CPL JARRETT : if .! CPL JENKINS CPL JOHNSON LCPL JOHNSTON LCPL JONES LCPL JORDAN LCPL KELLY LCPL KING LCPL LAV CPL LESSA LCPL LOLLIS LCPL LOPEZ LCPL LORACK LCPL LUCERO LCPL LUTRELL PFC MAHLE LCPL MANLEY SGT MARTINEZ CPL MARTINEZ LCPL MATHEWS LCPL McCOMBS LCPL McLENAN LCPL MEARS CPL MELENDEZ LCPL MENSCHING LCPL MERRICK LCPL MICHINARD CPL MILLER ■ L PVT MINEHD LCPL MONTES SGT MOORE CPL MORRIS LCPL MORRISON LCPL MUSTAFA LCPL NELSON SGT NICHOLAS PFC NOELTE LCPL NORTH U LCPL OCHOA PFC OWENS CPL OWNBEY LCPL PANKEY CPL PAREL PFC PATTERSON LCPL PEREZ LCPL PHILLIPS LCPL PHILLIPS CPL PHILLIPS LCPL PINKSTON LCPL POSTERINO CPL POWERS LCPL PURCELL SGT QVINONES m V I -.ri - 1 y CPL RAINEY LCPL RATCLIFF LCPL RINNER LCPL ROBINSON LCPL S ABB ATI NO .vVii. ' -. ' VliS. f LCPL SATO LCPL SAVLMON LCPL SHOf:yL KEK LCPL SHKECKESCOST CPL SI DWELL J A LCPL SIMPSON PFC SIMS LCPL SOSMER SGT SONNIER PFC SPICEH LCPL STEPHENS CPL STIVE NSON LCPL TAYLOR CPL TOKREZ CPL TREVIRANVS LCPL WADE LCPL WARREN LCPL WEIMER LCPL WHEELER LCPL WHITE SGT WIBLE LCPL WILLIAMS LCPL WOOD LCPL WOODS LCPL WOODS LCPL WORRELL LCPL YOUNG LCPL YOUNG LCPL ZENSKI CPL ZYNDA Airighty gents, let ' s get them game faces on down there ■ 5 R ,1 1 W 4 r ' ' i i jr 1 i . -;.- -H«ii i ' ■ ' Helo raid. Green Beach, PI First ever M198 Helo raid done in Republic of Korea Golf Battery 3 12, Team Spirit . ' -■■- : ' ' " iJf ' ' ' ' ;r j ' p t- ' - ' : ' - ' . ■■■■ ' .-J.J- - v ;J3 " ■■■■-■■• m » Ik : i k ■ni« -;. « ' Every day is holiday! II _ i I don ' t care, I won ' t eat dog MSSG Marine Service Support Group. These personnel are responsible for driving MSSG vehicles. This includes loading and unload- ing equipment and Marines, from ship to shore and back. SSGT PONTIUS STAFF NCO CPL CRABB LCPL DA WE LCPL JONES LCPL JONES LCPL NEWELL l " fv CPL PENN HM2 REYES CPL SUTTON LCPL VENECIA CPL VIDAL LIGHT ANTI-AIR DEFENSE .. jiw iiaik.. - DECK DEPARTMENT LT OSBORNE FIRST LIEUTENANT GERMANTOWN ' s Deck Department is comprised of three divisions; First, Sec- ond and Third. First and Second Divisions are the Boatswain ' s Mates and their non- rated Seamen. Their primary responsibilities on board include the painting and pres- ervation of all topside spaces. Along with this they also man all special evolutions such as sea and anchor detail, flight quarters, and lA LCAC. Third Division is manned by the Fire Controlmen and Gunner ' s Mates. They are responsible for the maintenance and operation of all weapons on board. Everything from the CIWS, a computer controlled gattling gun, to the .45 caliber pistol worn bv the Pettv Officer of the Watch, while in port. GERMANTOWN is proud of her Deck Department. Our BMs, FCs and GM ' s and nonrated Seamen work many long and hard hours. All the training has paid off because there isn ' t a better Deck Department anywhere. LTJG WOODRUFF ENS McCOURT ENS KENNEDY ENS OBRIEN BOSN THOMAS BOSN REVELS BMCS(SW) IHINGER FCl AKERS SR ALLEN SR BAKER SN BISHOP SN B LACK MO N SN BOJORQUEZ FCl BOWEN BM:I BRIDGE GMG3 BURKHOLDER SR CLAVO IiM2 COLLINS FC2 CROCITTO SA CUR RAN SR DIAZ FCS DONICA 26 S iSS ' iy. S.4 DICKS n.MS EARTHM.XS SA EBY BM3 EDWARDS SN ESCAMILLA SA FLORY SA GAR AND SN GARCIA SR GETTINGER SA GILBERT SR HERRING SR HOOVER SA HURT SA JACKSON 27 SR LEG RAND SR LEUCK SN LVEVANO BM3 MARSH SR MEDINA SN MURPHY SR MURRY SA NORRIS SN OPETA GMG3 ORCUTT SA PARKHVRST GMGI PARRISH BM2 PATRICIO SR PATTEE GMG2 PIGOTT SR PRETTYMAN BM2 PROBERT SN PR U ITT SR RACKLEY SR REED SN ROBERTS BM.I SCHMITT SN SCHUH BM:I SCOTT SA SENEFF mmmm m HMl SHEPHERD SRSILVA SR SIMONE SA STANLEY BM:I STOREY (fS iill mM m 28 SN STHEETEH SiV TYMOy GMG3 VATTER SN WETZEL 29 ( Flight Quarters, Fl . . ., Hey, wake up! 30 I» Hf MAIL CALL! Landing an LCAC, one of Decks ' many evolutions. AABFS Amphibious Assault Bulli Fuel System. These personnel are embarked " Phib SeaBees. " They are responsible for operating and maintaining the AABFS which transports fuel from ship to shore. Mooring to a buoy, Hong Kong i ' i ' i mt 31 LT CUMMINS CHIEF ENGINEER LT SIMPSON CHIEF ENGINEER ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT The Engineering Department probably most closely represents the back bone of the ship. These men are responsible for nearly every mechanical piece of equipment on the ship. Without engineers there would probably be no water, no cool air, no lights, and the ship wouldn ' t move! The Department is divided into four main Divisions. The first is the Electri- cal Division. This is made up of Electrician Mates (EM) and Interior Communi- cations Technicians, (IC). They are responsible for the power system of the ship, interior communications, navigation equipment, and the various engi- neering control consoles. The next Division is " R " Division. These men are the Hull Technicians, (HT), and. Machinery Repairmen, (MR). They are responsible for the structur- al repairs to the ship, the ship ' s repair lockers, firemains, ballasting systems, damage control, and firefighting systems. Auxiliaries Division is responsible for various auxiliary equipment. This includes air conditioning, refrigeration, heating, anchor windlass, and the ships steering. " A-Gang " is also responsible for helicopter refueling systems. The last Division is the Main Propulsion Division. They provide steam, and fresh water. Enginemen assigned to " M " Division, operate and maintain the ship ' s main propulsion diesel engines which propel the ship. They also operate the generators, distilling plants, auxiliary boilers, and high and low pressure compressors. Q LTJG KUTSCH LTJG DANIS LTJG HARRISON ENS KELLEHER ENS JOHNSTON ENS ADAMS CW02 OIRA ENCM(SW) JACKSON ENCS(SW) GIBSON ICC(SW) HUGHES J « iA ENC HINGAVA ENC(SW) BYNUM EMC DAUZ ENC ROBINSON ENC SANDERS 32 FMW KN ADAMS DCFK ALLEN ENL ' ALLEN EMS ARAN AS EN2 AUHEKT en fn baker en:i bannister HT3 BARIL FN HELTRAN EMS BIBBY ICI BOERNEH ENS CAMPBELL ENS CARMAN HT3 CASAGRANDE ENS CHAVEZ FR CHIPNER ENS CHOUINARD ENS CLIFTON ENS COVTCH ENS CRESINA HT3 CROZIER FN DONALDSON DCFR DONNELLY FA DUPVIS FA ESTEP EN2 FAUSNAUGH HTS FIELD ENS FRIEBOHLE FA GALLEN FA GEORGE ENS GORECKl EN2 GRA VES DCFR HANSON EN2 HARKNESS FA HERNANDEZ DC2 HINKLE FA HINOJOSA EMS HITCHCOCK FN HOLDEN MRS HUEZO mmm ENFA HUNTLEY ENS INGRAM EN2 ISLEY ENS ISSLEIB EMS JABBAR EMS JACKSON ENS JOHNDROW FA JOHNSON FN JONES FR JONES ENI JVSTER FN KALA ENFN KEETER HT2(SW) KENNEDY IC2 KILKENNY ENFA KING EN2 KNIGHT EN2 KOON DC2 LANE IITl LORD EN 2 LUCERO EM2 MALLARD ENI MANN ENI MANUEL ENS McCALL YNSN McMILLIN IC2 MKLCHER IITFN MORKY EN 2 MORGAN EMS MORIS 34 DC3 NELSON MRS NELSON EN2 NELSON ENS NORDSTROM EM2 OLMSTEAD ICS PARKER FR PITTS FN PR V ESS ICS PEARSON Where is my care package? FN ROMANO ENFA ROUSE EMS SALVADOR ENS SAXTON IC2 SIMS ENS PVZZ MR2 RENDON IB Q EMFA REYNOLDS P FR RICE FA RILEY ENFA RODRIGUEZ DCl SISCO EN FA SOLANO DCFA STALOWY EMFN STANFOHTH EMI STOUDEMIRE FR TERENCIO EN3 THOMPSON FA TORRES FA TROUTT ENl TUCK EN FN V ANSON EN3 VIGIL HTFA VONBARGEN EN3 WARD ENl WHEELER Steam AT and auto f V, . , V - I can ' t wait for mid-rats EM ' s, hard at work or hardly working? Are you relieving me, or am I relieving you? Are we the G.Q. kind of guys or what? 37 €s I ' EMC Dauz _ , ' J Where ' s Masterchief? Fill one; suck two r " - Watch this fly! m rs y Righty tighty, lefty loosy LT LIES DC DENTAL OFFICER DENTAL DEPARTMENT The Dental Department is responsible for providing care to Ship ' s Company and the embarked Marines. This will in- clude prevention or remedy of dental diseases, treatment for disabilities and injuries to the teeth, jaws and related struc- tures. It also involves keeping the crew dental ready, conduct- ing annual exams, maintaining dental records, and integrat- ing with the Medical Department during General Quarters and other special evolutions. Maintaining a high state of readiness is also a daily function of GERM ANTOWN ' s smallest department. V DTI GONZALEZ DN BUI m I t - t ' -J ? ' a 17 -issr-- Dentistry at Sea Zone Inspection Blues 40 DTI Gonzalez Medical Dental in Sydney t i ft N DN Bui Now, which of these are the Captains? l MEDICAL DEPARTMENT HMC (SW) YOUNG " Gut Erhalten Uberall " - " Best care anywhere! " is the GERMANTOWN Medical Department ' s motto. Some of the daily functions of the medical department are: keeping the crew healthy; caring for the sick and injured; conducting sanitation inspections; perform- ing biological tests; monitoring heat stress programs; teaching first aid and other medically-related classes; and finally, maintaining medical records and the med- ical spaces in a high state of casualty-receiving readi- ness. HM3 (SW) BREEDE HOLLINGER HM3 LIM HM3 MIRANDA HN WORD LT OLCH MC MEDICAL OFFICER T The Doc is in HM3 (SW) Breede at flight quarters 42 Sickcall in the main BDS HM3 Hollinger HN Word " sanitizing " X-Ray Tech., HM3 Lim ' HMC(SW) Young ' s reenlistment 43 NA VIGA TION ADMINISTRA TION DEPARTMENT The Navigation Division consists of Quartermasters who are highly skilled sailors, who as- sist the Navigator and Officer of the Deck (OOD). Their primary function is to safely navigate the ship, by using a combination of traditional skills and sophisticated electronic equipment. They operate fathometers, radar repeaters. Omega receiving sets, and satellite receiving equip- ment. The Administration Division provides administrative support and customer service to all crew members. This Division is made up of different administrative ratings in the Navy, such as: Personnelman, Y ' eomen, Career Counselor, Journalist, Postal Clerk, Master-at-Arms and the 3-M Coordinator. LT TANAKA NAV ADMIN OFFICER ENS CONNER MACS WASHINGTON NCC MCCORMICK QMC(SW) LEE YNC YANNACCl PCS DUNN YNSA ELLERMAN QMSN FLORIANO PCI HOLMES QMl KLASEK FN I MERC ADO QMSN PETRA VICH QM3 QVIOGVE PN3 RIFAREAL QM2 VEAL mmmmM 44 PN2 WOOD VH mm B QM.I JANOWSKI ■v. OH Hr ' PNJt STAANA s 4 " What do you mean, another I.D. card PCI Holmes LCDR COOPER OPERATIONS OFFICER OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT Operations Department is made up of the Electronic Technicians, Electronic Warfare Technicians, Radiomen, Signalmen, and Operations Specialists. Their jobs vary between operator and technician. Their main goal is to provide quality communications and identification betvieen the ship and other units of the task group. The ET ' s and EWs are the technicians. They are responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of all electronic equipment onboard GERMANTOWN. This ranges from the handsets used to talk to other ships, to the most advanced piece of radar equipment. The RM ' s and OS ' s are tasked with the operation of all of the electronic com- munication equipment. The SM ' s use various forms of visual communications, ranging from, flag hoists to infra-red lights. LT SCHAFER LTJG WASDAHL ENS CORRIGAN ENS STIENS SMCM(SW) COLFORD RMCS HAG LUND ETC HARTJE OSC LAWSON EWC LEONARD 46 RMi HACaESCAHI) SMS.X HAKIfHE SMI(S V) HARTVUO OSI liLOODCOOD RM2 HOW DEN OS:i BRANTLEY OSS.4 HREAZEALE SM:t CATION EW2 COVILLE RMS COX OSSR FARRIS OSI FECHT OSC Lawson gives some GMT mm OSSA FENTRESS RM2 GRIGGS RM2 GUNN RMSN HILLARD OSI HOWARD RMS JEFFERSON OSSN J OH AN NECK mm ET.l KAISER RMSA KELLER OSSA KLANG ET3 LANG ET3 LORENZEN OS2 MCKENZIE ET3 MAZON SMSA MERRYMAN SM2 MVNDEN ET2 OVERBY RMSR PORTER OSSN POWELL OSS RA YMOND OSSN RICHMOND EWl RILEY EWSN RODDA ETl ROSEMEYER RMl SCALES RMS SMITH SMS SPEARS RMl THOMAS OSS TOOHEY OSS TORRES RMSR VAUGHN OS2 WARD RMSN W ATKINS OS2 WEBRE SM2 WYCKOFF 48 OSl Howard hard at work Ready for liberty love making coffee Training, Training, Training - Hi Mom! The wire won 49 Outback Jack Dutv ET ... Pilot bouse How many RM ' s does it take to paint one panel? Zf ' rr. t - y) r 1 f Y 1 ' ■ 1 II lam so competent to operate this! Writing anotber letter home 50 love this job!! I know I ' m cute What ' s the movie? ■ ' 4 Vr This is a drill, This is a drill . . Chief Big Nuts smoking peace pipe 51 LT CLEMENTE SUPPLY OFFICER SUPPL Y DEPARTMENT Supply Department is one of the vital cogs in the wheel, that is GER- MANTOWN. The Department is comprised of Mess Specialists, Disbursing Clerks, Storekeepers, and Ship ' s Servicemen. Their work is all very differ- ent yet interrelated. They provide services for the officers and crew, vary- ing from cooking meals to figuring their paychecks. The SH ' s provide many services onboard. This ranges from cutting hair and washing clothes, to ensuring there is enough candy to fill anyones sweet tooth! The SK ' s work hard, hand in hand, with not only the SH ' s, but the whole crew, in making sure the repair parts necessary to keep GERMAN- TOWN operational are in the next port. The DK ' s keep track of everyones ' pay and many of the accounting needs of the ship. The MS ' s job is to provide a hot meal and a friendly smile to a shipmate in need. They do this quite well! The Supply Department does all of those things that make the ship feel like home. Keep up the good work! ENS NEWBURY SKCS BAUTISTA MSC PACO Another fine meal comes to an end DKl ALFONSO MS2 ALMAZAN MSI AMPER MS2 BAUN MS2 BERMUDEZ SHSA BLANCO MS3 CHALAKEE SHI CHESTNEY MSI ESQUIBEL SN EVANS Hiill 52 W j ' sTi I bad a computer SKSN PRESBITERO MSSN RAGVCOS MSI REED MS3 RICHARDSON MS.-} FLEMMING SK.-} H. NSf:L MSSN HEAD MS3 HIGHTOWER SKI JIMENEZ SHSA JONES im MS3 KESLER MS2 KLUTTZ MS3 LLANOS SHI LUSVNG SHSN MARTIN SN MASCARINAS SH3 MENDOZA MS2 MVNAR DK3 NOGOY THINK NEYEVrnwY MS2 ROBINSON SK3 RUELOS SK2 SOLLANO SH2 TYLER DK3 ZAMBRANO MSSR RUSSELL SH3 SCALES I love Unreps SKSR VELICARIA MSSR WINDER 54 Look this way Ha Ha, He doesn ' t see me Remembering what it was to mess cook Lets check this boring slide Surrounded by ice cream brothers Feels Downey soft o v q , y c i 1 _ .- V- -V : See, it moved! Gee . . . I love this job 56 Wow! I ' m thrilled No LCAC back here. Sir. m FW ::i«-94 ' li:. ' •■ ' »; i; y ' Extra Militarv Instruction ' ' Politics in disguise See, They ' re lost too Working hard in the galley 57 COMSTOCK LSD-45 For the duration of the deployment there were approximately twenty-five members of the I ' SS COMSTOCK. (LSD- 45), who were onboard at various times. These were " volunteer " sailors who agreed to make part or all of the deploy- ment with the GERMANTOWN. At this time, the USS COMSTOCK is being built in New Orleans, Louisiana by Avondale Shipyard and is due to be commissioned in February, 1990. Standing: ENS Park, EMFN Barrios, SKSA Frey, ENFN Headspeth, MSSA Martinez. EW3 Sepulveda, FN Ravesies, MSSN Guzman, MKFN Wazowitz, EW:i Sheehan, SMSN Mcador, OSSN Vidouria, ENS Evergin. Kneeling: HM:i(SW) Davis, ENFA Fields, EN2 Nofuente, SH2 Standarth, SA Harris, IC2(SW) Hernandez. 58 ENS Park, Wog Queen candidate -% ENFA Fields, SKSA Frey ENS Park, ENS Evergin in Hong Kong EW3 Sepulveda 59 Dependents r u 1 s e 5 January 1989 r- " f | d»:4. ' ■ - ■J 4 6 Farewell, San Diego! 12 January 1989 n r D M A KI " T r 62 f» " 0mmrmimtvr tt » ' " 63 IN COMPANY WITH . . . USS BELLE A U WOOD (LHA-3) Our Flagship, commanded by- Captain Hubert Tahaney has 870 sailors. It is capable of carrying a complete Marine battalion and provides adequate helicopter or small boat support, to land them ashore for an assault. USS DULUTH (LPD-6) This is an amphibious trans- port dock ship commanded by Capt John I. Dow. It carries 420 sailors. It is designed to do the work of a dock landing ship, tank landing ship, troop carrier and cargo ship. USS FREDERICK (LST-1184) This ship is commanded bv CDR Stephen E. Donlon, and carries 250 sailors. It is designed to load and carry cargo, using a 40 ton bow ramp. It also has amphib- ious capability by launching vehi- cles from its stern gate. TRANSIT-89 frm Who was to know what lie ahead id our transit of the Pacific Ocean. For almost three continuous weeks, the ship rocked and rolled like it never has, and prob- ably never will. The crew of the GERMANTOWN was quick to gain their " sea-legs " and learned some valu- able lessons. It was a unique part of our voyage, and something we will likely never forget. Poor " Freddie " 65 SPORTS, ATHLETICS FUN Athletics and competition are two things that GER- MANTOWN sailors and Marines excelled in. In the Phi- lippines and other places, there were opportunities to par- ticipate in various sports. This included Basketball, Vol- leyball, Wrestling, Softball, Golf, Running, Bowling and even Scuba Diving on Grande Island. Germantown Marine Basketball Team 66 Practicing in the well-deck yi!»8iS S s i ss m T " -- ' •1 GermantowD Softball Team 67 Germantown Bowling Team BM3 Bridge ENS McCourt MRS Huezo GMa3 Orcutt, SKSA Frey scuba classes PROJECT u [M }3 H r ' T Sfc fr . jn fi ' iwi y j Si .l Ai iUWIiMI :li ' ' l ILP ' lt I jl ss - fir " ' ! On Wednesday, 19 April, twelve crewmembers from USS GERMANTOWN (LSD-42) participated in COMUSNAVPHIL COMSEVENTHFLT " Pro- ject Handclasp " painting project. The twelve, con- sisted of: LT John Lies, DC — ship ' s Dentist, DKl(SW) Alfonso, SHI Romey Lusung, EN2 Jerry Allen, SM2Munden, HM3(SW) Adam Breede, SMS Kelly Spears, EN3 Vern Thompson, HM3 Don Hol- linger, SMSN Tom Merryman, SMSA Tim Barbre, and HMC(SW) Doug Young. Together these men painted a three-classroom building that last saw fresh paint 13 years ago at San Marcelino Zam- bales R. P. The three classrooms, the outside walls, trim, posts, and shutters, took a total of thirty- three gallons of white, and nine gallons of yellow paint. The directors and volunteers at Kakilingan Elementary School were very enthusiastic about the help and expressed deep gratitude to GER- MANTOWN. The end result was an attractive building more conducive to learning. GERMANTOWN. always ready to promote U.S. goodwill lives up to her motto: " Follow in our footsteps. " li 1 ' V ' iZ HANDCLASP - u BINGO NIGHT During underway periods, occasional Sunday eve- nings were occupied by Bingo on the mess decks. Prizes were donated by the ships store and pizza was served. A good time was had along with a chance to en- joy your shipmates company. BjN O Russian Bear c o N T A C T S Bear with Harrier escort )3i Udaloy DDG Russian Trailer •- ■fe 3Sy.v :..ai. .. .•;■■- " «Si ' " ' ' i ' Balzam AGI -- ■-- Udaloy DDG I Helix Bravo Helix-B with Cobra escort r N E C A D S Navy Emergency Air Cargo Delivery Sys- tem. On 19 March 1989, an exercise vyas con- ducted with the Army which involved a simula- tion of dropping 360 units of whole blood by parachute for recovery and distribution to ca- sualties. During an actual conflict, this could rapidly provide a critically needed supply, to those patients who need it the most. A 17. iaS»«T-:rTr- --- -..- — ••■ 74 VERT R E P .. .,0. UNREP 76 Do It With A Rope R VIP ' s --1 Vice Admiral Kanasaki CNO JMSOF Vice Admiral Nyquist Deputy Chief Naval Operations Surface Warfare Commodore Todd, ComPhibroa-5 SO ■:||I|F» it f y? l i wm J m f (n9897)8-3566 J PHILIPPINES Marilyn ' s Best Barbeque in Olongapo KOREA How many squid shi uld lb:- Tiiii- «-h-:. ' ' mrm «»• - -. . - H£ f - F ,. Shopping at Ha ilea 85 86 i| mty m -If 87 CHMA UIT CLUI ROYAL NAVY A fine Chinese meal at the Floating Restaurant 90 " sic T TissTrTfTOSfess ss: CLUB i .r j| rf| w 91 SYDNEY, A USTRALIA . JL 1 - ' VI •BssisskmiiiH Mkinj 92 93 Stairway to King ' s Cross i 1 , ...«8 95 Darling Harbor ■ ' ' X Underwater World 97 Partying at the Woolloomooloo 98 : LO ■ V,. mORATE THE PLACE t A-L .i.L TO THE SOLDItKS •O PAS ' .ED THROVCH THE CATF-i OK THE GREAT WAR I 4 1919 NJW Nl. MOIMtM Kt UUiBBfi pp- PASSING THE HEADS m 99 WOG QUEEN CONTEST CO crowns the Queen i- M 101 CR OS SING THE EQ UA TOR HHMMMMMMMMM I ' m looking, I ' m looking! TowHSVille V | Tke ' w p£a€e IcCJta k t 6e, » ' . ' OMNirVlAX thaatr I Flinders Mall and Hotel Townsville 105 BMI Shepherd shows-off Germantown Fred, it ' s your shout mate g - ln■ ■■■ll■tV 2 HA WAIT ■ .jm USS ARIZONA MEMORIAL WAIKIKI BEACH FROM DIAMOND HEAD 108 HOMECOMING - SAN DIEGO S3f in9 K { I in WCk CRUISEBOOK STAFF CRUISEBOOK OFFICER EDITOR LT John Lies DC USNR LAYOUT AND DESIGN Navy: EWl Riley EWSN Rodda FN Hinojosa ACU-5: GSE3 Lee Marines: LCPL Pinkston LCPL Hansen LCPL Stephens SALES ET2(SW) Edwards EWSN Rodda ART WORK ET2 DORVAL PHOTOGRAPHERS ACU-5: GSE3 Lee Deck: SA Curran Dent Med: DN Bui Marines: LCPL Pinkston LCPL Hansen LCPL Stephens Engineering: DC2 Lane FN Hinojosa Nav Admin: QMS Janowski NCC McCormick Supply: MS2 Klutz DK3 Zambrano Operations: EWl Riley RMl Thomas EWSN Rodda - Special thanks to those individuals not mentioned above who may have contributed also. - Added thanks to the photo lab of the USS BELLEAU WOOD. (LHA-.V. for their help with film developing, and to LT Hamula, DC, for his photo of the ARC in Hong Kong. To LT Greg Morisset off of USS DULUTH (LPD-6). for taking the end sheet picture. (Final Layout - Dick Wood, JOC, USN (Ret)) m i ' ' DEDICA TION Throughout the duration of WESTPAC89, there have been many Sailors and Marines Navy wide who have paid the ultimate price for freedom. This book is dedicated to those young men and women, who, while serving their country, met with the unfortunate tragedy of paying that price. For those of us left to carry on, we do so with the same pride and professionalism in all that we do. We will not soon forget them and what they stood for. HOME SWEET HOME ALABAMA liEKRYlULL. SGT. liirniin hum CKMIH. CVl Montgomery DAMS. lAl ' L Thomnsvillc HOIJJMCEH. HMt Montgomery JACKSON. HMi ' York KI (;. UPL Bessemer MA HSU. HM.I CenevH MCCOMliS. LCl ' L Cardendule SHEEHAN. E :i Oxiirk SLEDGE. SGT Tuscaloosa STOUDMfKE, EMI Prntlville ALASKA HHASTLEY. OS2 Anchorage MAHl.E. PEC. Anchorage ARIZONA ANDERSON. LCPL Tucson DIMODICA. LCPL Phoenix DONNELLY. DCFR Phoenix GAY. YNI Peoria GIBSON. ENCS(SW) Phoenix SANDERS. ENC Thatcher SIMS. PEC Mammoth WORD. HM;I Phoenix ARKANSAS FREDERICK. LCPL Fayetteville HAIDER. LCPL Malvern MATTHEWS. LCPL Little Rock MILLER. CPL Conway MVRRY. SR Diaz NICHOLAS. SGT Devalls Bluff PITTS. FR Augusta PR I ' ITT. PNSN Forrest City SCOTT. BM.I Lonoke CALIFORNIA ADAMS. ENI Dunsmuir ALLEN. ENi .San Diego BAGGESGARD. RM.I Burhank BALTISTA. SKCS .San Diego BERMVDEZ. MS2 San Diego BOJOHQUEZ. SA National City BREAZEALE. OSSA Tracy BROWN. LCPL Oakland BUELNA. LCPL National lity BUTLER. LCPL Valencia CASAGRANDE. HT3 San Rafael CATION. SM:I Covins CHAMBERS. LT .San Clemente CHESTNEY. Sill . antee CHITTENDEN. SKI Escondido CLEMENTE. LT Bonita COTTA. LCPL Manteca COX. RM.I .San Diego DANIS. LT.JG Imperial Beach DAWE. LCPL Lake Arrowhead DICKS. SN China FLORIANO. (iM3 Thousand Oaks Freeman. LCPL Los Angeles GARCIA. ILT Fallhrook GARCIA. I.CPl Bakersfield GARIBAY. LCPL .San Diego GEORGE. .SGT Placentia GIBSON. .Sf.T Oakland GILBERT, SN .Sacranion o G ' K A f;.S. LCPL Bieher HAMEL. LCPL Downing HANSEN. LCPL Fresno HILLARD. RMSN Camarillo IIINKLE. DC2 Red Bluff IIOLDEN. DCS Whit tier HOWARD. OSt .San Diego HVEZO. MR Los Angeles ISLEY. EN2 Imperial Beach JIMENEZ. SKI San Diego JOHNSON. CPL .San Jose JONES. LCPL Oakland JVSTER. ENI San Diego KLUTZ. MSL ' San Diego KUTSCH. LTJG San Diego LANE. IIT2 .San Diego LAWSON. OSC Stockton LEE. QMC(SW) Chula Vista LEONARD. EWC National City LOLLIS. LPCL .San Jose LOPEZ. LCPL Pasadena LOHACK. LCPL Palm .Springs LUEVANO. SN Los Angeles MACHADO. HT2 Merced MAPES. EW.I Pleasanton MARINTEZ. CPL Los Angeles MERRYMAN. SMSN .... Huntington Beach MONTES. LCPL Hacienda Heights MUNAR. MS2 .San Diego MUSTAFA. LCPL San Diego OLCH. LT .San Diego OPETA. SN Carson City OSBORNE. LT Coronado OW ' NE.S, PEC Fresno OWENBY. CPL San Diego PACO. MSC San Diego PATRICIO. BMI .San Pedro PATRICK. ENI San Diego PATTEE. SN Tracy PUNZALAN. HM2 Long Beach QUIOGUE. QM.I San Diego RAGl ' COS. MS3 San Diego REID. PEC Los Angeles REYES. LCPL San Diego SALVADOR. EM.I National City SAN.SEWONG. BMI Los Angeles SHOEMAKER. LCPL Ilemet SPEARS. SM.I Glendale STANFORTH. EMFA .San Diego STATE. HTC(.SW) Fallhrook STOREY. BM.I Chula Vista SUMMERDAY. BMCM(SW) Lemon Grove TENORIO. SH.I .San Diego TERRENCIO. FA Daly City TORRES. OS.S .San Diego TROUTT. DCFA Oakdale V ANSON. FN Los .Angeles WARNER. ISGT Fcrriday W.ASDAHL. LTJG Redwood City ZAMBRANO. DK.I Long Beach ZENSKI, LCPL Twentvnine Palms COLORADO ALLEN. SN Greeley BELTRAN. FN Pueblo BRIDGE. BM.I Englewood GALLEGOS. LCPL Pueblo MERRICK. LCPL Byers MOREY. IITFN Colorado Springs OVEHBY. ET2 Aurora PENN. CPL Lakewood ROMANO. EN:I Denver TORREZ. CPL Pueblo WEIMER. LCPL Boulder CONNECTICUT HERRING. SN Bridgeport REILLY. BMI(SW) Stratford TANAKA. LT Storrs DELAWARE SPICER. PEC Middleton FLORIDA ALFONSO, LCPL Miami BERTRAM. LCPL Boca Raton BLANCO. SHSA Miami BUI. DN Daytona Beach EDWARDS, BM.I Gainesville EVERGIN, ENS Jacksonville JANOSKI. QM.I Clearwater L.ATIMORE, HM2 Miami LLANOS. MS2 Jacksonville MANUEL. ENI Tampa MINERD. PVT Melborn STEPHENS. LCPL Tampa GEORGIA DUNN, PCI Carlton ELMORE. LCPL Lawrenceville HEAD. MSSN .Augusta HEADSPETH. EMFA Atlanta HUNTER. LCPL .Augusta PROBERT. BM2 Fitzgerald RICHARDSON. MS2 Arlington STEPHENS. EN2 Fort Gaines TYLER. SH2 Columbus yVARD. EN:I Villa Rica HA WAII CANTORN.A. CPL Pearl City KAL.A. EN.I Nanakuli IDAHO BARBRE. SMSN Blackfoot LEUCK. SN Boise NELSON, LCPL .American Falls VON B.AKGEN, HT) Cottonwood ILLINOIS ANDERSON. SN Chicago BERNAS, LCPL Chicago BIBBY. EM2 Quincy BLALOCK. PFC Crystal Lake BOUTCHER. BM3 Chicago BYNVM. ENC Troy JACKSON. SN Chicago JARRETT, CPL Chicago JORDAN. LCPL Moline NARUP. EMI Granite City NELSON. EN2 Joliet NEWELL. LCPL Quincy PETRA VICH. QMS McHenry PHILLIPS. CPL Chicago SCHAEER. LT Rock Island STALOWY. DCFA Joliet STEWART. OSI Canton TA YLOR. LCPL Rockford WILLIAMS, LCPL Sparta INDIANA GETTINGER. SA Merom GUNN. RM2 Cedar Lake JONES. FN Fort Wayne RICHEY. ILT Michigantown RICHIE. BM 2 Lake Station STINEBAVGH. MSSN Layfehe THORNBURG. EN2 Winchester WHITE. LCPL Indianapolis IOWA ALBRIGHT. LCPL iV. Manchester HARMS. CPL Cedar Rapids NELSON. BMCM(SW) Turin PHILLIPS. LCPL Waterloo PONTIUS. SSGT N. Manchester RODDA. EWSN Pleasantville SHEPHERD. BMI Des Moines STANLEY, SN Marshalltown KANSAS AUBERT. EN2 S Mary ' s BOERNER. ICI Bonner Springs IIUTCHERSON, LCPL Emporia JONES, LCPL Kansas City LANG, ETI Wichita LIES, LT Wichita KENTUCKY FONDAW, (APT. USMC Paduviih PAREL. CPL Louisville PARRISH. GMGI Louisville POWELL. OSSN Providence PURCELL. LCPL .Stamping Ground LOUISIANA CLAVO. SN New Orleans EDWARDS. ET2(SW) Slidell HARRISON, LTJG New Orleans JEFFERSON. RM3 New Orleans MANN. ENl(SW) Rayville MEADOR. SMSN Hebert POWERS, CPL Angola SONNIER, LCPL Crowley WOODS, LCPL Shreveport MAINE DEVEAU. CPL E. Millinocket PRUNEAV. DCFN Biddeford MARYLAND BLACKMON. SGT Severn CAMPBELL. ENS Frederick CARMEN. ENS Snow Hill CLIFTON, ENFN Chesapeake COOPER, LCPL Suitland HANSEL, SK3 Baltimore KELLIHER, ENS Bel Air KESLER, MS3 Baltimore LAV, LCPL Potomac MCKENZIE, OS2 Baltimore MASSACHUSETTS BALDASRO, SSGT Cambridge LESSA. CPL Fall River O ' BRIEN. ENS Boston SCHLACK. GMGSN Boston WHEELER. LCPL Boston MICHIGAN BARTULIO. SMI (SW) Detroit BISHOP. BMS Hartford CUMMINS. LT Detroit DAIGNEAULT. LCPL Sterling Heights DUPUIS, FA Yale ELMORE. LCPL Kalamazoo FENTRE.SS. OSSN Detroit HAGLUND. RMCS Harrisville HUERECA. LCPL Ponliac MARCKINI. LT Wyoming MILLER, GSES Fowlerville PRUD ' HOMME, EMI Saginaw SCHEINOST, GSMl East Detroit SCHLEBEN. MSSN Rogers Citv SNOW. ILT Detroit WILLIS. OSSN Benton Harbor WOOD. LCPL Mt. Pleasant ZEITZ. EN2 Saginaw MINNESOTA Bl ' TZ. LCPI Farmington COLFORD. SMCM(SW) Richfield HANSON. DCFA Rush City HITCHCOCK. EMS St. Paul JOHNSON. FCSN .Stillwater KLANG. OSSA Hermantown MORIS. EMS New Brighton SIIUII, SN Kelliher MISSISSIPPI BLACKMON, SN Clarksdale BROWN. RMSN Yazoo City HERRING. LCPL Jefferson Davis JACKSON, LCPL Clarksdale RAVESIES. EMFN Hattiesburg WASHINGTON, SSGT Jackson MISSOURI AKERS. FCI(SW) St. Louis BAKER. SR Versailles BREEDE. HMS(SW) Washington COOPER, LCDR Springfield ELLERMAN, YNSN Nevada HUGHES, ICC(SW) Fredericktown JOHNDROW, ENS ST. Louis KLASEK. QMl ST. Louis LIES. LT Kansas City MCMILLEN. YNSN Clinton RICHMOND. OSSN Denver VAUGHN, RMSR Harrisonville MONTANA WHEELER, ENI Missoula NEBRASKA FECHT, OSI Kearney ORCUTT. GMGS Holdredge SIMPSON, LCPL Lincoln THOMAS, RMI Clay Center NEVADA EVANS. MS3 Las Vegas HALL. CPL Reno MURPHY. SN Las Vegas ROSEMEYER. ETI Reno NEW HAMPSHIRE GARAND, SN Manehesrer LORD. HTI Cornish NEW JERSEY DONALDSON, FN Jersey Citv HAUGEN, SM2 Jackson JENKINS, FN Newark MICHINARD, LCPL Basking Ridge SCHMITT, BMS Highland Park NEW MEXICO HICKERSON, FCCS(SW) Clovis LUCERO, KN2 Portales MUNDEN, SM2 Raton SILVA, SN Las Cruces SMITH, RMS Bloomfield NEW YORK HKHHIOS. EMFA Ne» York HOOK. LCPL Horse Heads CAMPAGNA. EN:I Site yart Manor CKOCITTO. FCI Brooklyn DIAZ. SN Bronx DOKVAL. ETJ New York DUDLEY. YN:I Newburnh GEOHCE. EN Manhatlen CEOKCE. LCPL Brooklyn HEKHia. LPCL Syracuse JABBAK. EMEN New York KENNEDY. HTL ' (S ) Schenectady MCCOVRT. LTJG Brooklyn MCLENAN. LCPL Ne» York SABBATINO. LCPL Long Island TYMON. SN South Salem MDAL. CPL New York WADE. LCPL Bedford WOODRUFF. LTJG Gloversville WOODS. LCPL Ilion NORTH CAROLINA BOyVDEN. RM2 Wilson FIELDS. HT3 Asheville HURT. SN Jonesville KENNEDY. ENS Winston-Salem MALLARD. EM2 Trenton M ANLEY. LCPL Durham MCRAE. SN High Point PARKER. ICS Durham QUINONES. SGT Gastonia RILEY. EWI Charlotte SHRECKENGOST. LCPL Hatteras WORRELL. LCPL MT. Airy NORTH DAKOTA BONNET. PEC Streeler PREUSS, EN3 Esmond OHIO BAIilL. HT2 Cleveland CORRIGAN. ENS Solon EARTHMAN, BM:i Columbus EBY: SN Chillicothe FAUSNAUGH. EN2 Circleville GILMORE. LCDR Canton IHINGER. BMCS(SW) Cannehille JOHNSTON. ENS Newark JOHNSTON. LCPL Belmont KOON. EN2 New Tarlisie LEGRAND. SN Akron MAZON. ETS Streetsboro O ' NEILL. OSI Youngstown OLMSTEAD. EM2 Bryan PANKEY. LCPL Cincinnati PARKHURST. SS Springvaillc PIGOTT. GMG2 Canton PRETTYMAN. SN Cleveland REED. MSI Cincinnati SAINOPULOS. JOSN Lueasville SENEFF. S Cleveland SIDWELL. CPL Zanesville STIENS. ENS Springboro WARD. OS2 Cleveland WYCKOEE. SM2 May field YATES.GSI Columbus YOUNG, LCPL Cincinnati OKLAHOMA BLOODGOOD. OSI Tulsa BOYD. LCPL Oklahoma City CHALAKEE. MS.) Tulsa DONICA. FCI Dustin MORRISON. LCPL Lindsay NORRIS. SN Tulsa REED. SR Tulsa RINNER, LCPL Tulsa OREGON BOWEN. FCI(SW) Bandon FARRIS. OSSR Grant ' s Pass PARK. ENS Gresham SATO. LCPL Portland SAULMON. LCPL Sneer Home SUTTON, CPL North Bend WETZEL. GMGS Medford PENNSYLVANIA BECK. LCPL Pittsburgh BURKIIOLDER. GMGS Lewistown FLEMMING. MS3 Philadelphia FREEMAN. SGT Philadelphia JONES. LCPL Canton MEARS. LCPL Philadelphia MILLER BM.i Marienville ROBINSON. ENC Philadelphia ROBINSON. MS2 Philadelphia STANDART. SH2 New Stanton STIVENSON. CPL Pittsburgh VATTER, GMG3 Meadville WASKIEWICZ. FN Philadelphia WIBLE. SGT Chambersburg YANNACL YNC Yukon RHODE ISLAND NOELTE. PFC Providence SOUTH CAROLINA COLLINS. BM2 Columbia KEETER, ENFN Summerville LAMBRIGHT, SN Kinstress STREETER. SN Blacksville TENNESSEE ADAMS. LCPL White House HIGHTOWER. MS2 Memphis HOLMES. PCI Memphis JENKINS. CPL Cleveland KNIGHT. EN2 Chattanooga LUTTRELL, LCPL New Market MARTIN, SHSN Memphis PATTERSON. PFC Lafavette PINKSTON. LCPL Nashville ROBINSON. LCPL Knoxville WATKINS. RMSN Memphis WOOD, PN2 Lexington TEXAS ALMAZAN, CPL Rosenberg ARRANGA LCPL Del Rio AVILES. BM3 Dallas BLACKWOOD. PFC Dallas CALDERA. LCPL San Antonio CASTRO. LCPL Lubbock CONNERLY. PFC Lewisville ELIZONDO. LCPL Houston FERREL. LCPL Houston ELORES. LCPL Bloomington GARCIA. SN El Paso GONZALES, DTI El Paso GRIGGS, RM2 Denison GUZMAN. MSSN Lamesa HELDENBRAND. DC2 Nocagdoches HERNANDEZ. IC2(SW) El Paso HINOJOSA. FN Austin HUCKABAA. SGT San Angela KAISER. ET3 Galveston Island LUCERO. LCPL Amarillo MARTINEZ. SGT Weslaco MCCORMICK. NCC(SW) San Angelo MELENDEZ. CPL El Paso MIRANDA, HM3 El Paso MOORE. SGT Dallas MORENO. SSGT San Antonio NELSON. DC3 Kirbyville OCIIOA. LCPL Arkansas Pass PEREZ, LCPL Stamford RAINEY. CPL Hurst RATCLIFF. LCPL Orange RENDON. MR2 Beaumont REVELS, CW02 Ingleside SCALES, SH3 Clarksdale SEPULVEDA. EW3 Houston SISCO. DCI(SW) Amarillo SONNIER. SGT Houston THOMAS, CW04 Uvalde TOOHEY, OS3 Sanfa Fe VEAL, QM2 Houston VIDOURIA. OSSA Austin WASHINGTON. MACS San Antonio WEBRE. OS2 Houston WINDER. MSSN Brownsville YOUNG. EN2 Paris YOUNG, HMC(SW) Brownsville UTAH BATEMAN, EN2 Clinton KELLER, RMSR Salt Lake City MARTIN, SKSN Salt Lake City VERMONT KILKENNY, IC2 Waterbury SIMONE, SR Springfield TUCK. ENI Swanton VIRGINIA LVSVNG, SHI Virginia Beach NETTLES, ILT Sterling SCALES, RMI Lebanon WITTKAMP, CDR Richmond WASHINGTON BENHA YON, GSM3 Kettle Falls CLOAKE. CPL Yakima CONNER, LTJG Seattle COVILLE, EN2 Orting CROZIER, HT3 Seattle CURRAN, SA Spokane GOESSLING, QM2 Bremerton KELLY. 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Germantown (LSD 42) - Naval Cruise Book online yearbook collection, 1989 Edition, Page 41

1989, pg 41

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1989, pg 50

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1989, pg 12

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