Glover (FF 1098) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1986

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There were benefits to recruiting also. Young people contemplating military service got an opportunity to learn firsthand about the missions, equipment and people who make up today's Navy. The cruise also provided an opportunity for the ship's crew to train in restricted waterway ship han dling. Such training prepares the ship for transiting demanding navigational areas worldwide, such as. the Panama Canal. 1 'Uk .. ,-.,..- . .. ,M-s.p. Maximum Length Maximum Beam Draft Displacement Maximum Speed Officers Enlisted Boilers Propulsion Horsepower Quantity I l 2 l 1 l l l l Ship's Characteristics 415 feet 44 feet 26 feet 3635 tons Greater that 28 knots l7 239 2 - 1200 PSI, 950 Degree Super Heat Turbine tpump jetj 35,000 hp Weapons 84 Combat Systems Mounts and Launchers Description 5"!38 Single!MK30 Gun Mount MK I6 Anti-Submarine Rocket ASW Torpedo tubes MK 32 Fire Control MK 56 Gun Fire Control System MK ll4 Anti-Submarine Warfare Fire Sensors ANXSPS-40 Air Search Radar ANXSPS-I0 Surface Search Radar ANXSQS-26 AX QRJ Sonar ANISQS-35V Variable Depth Sonar iE!T Control System USS G-LOVER QFF-10981 Port Visit Schedule Port Montreal, Quebec Detroit, Michigan X Windsor, Ontario Chicago, Illinois Milwaukee, Wisconsin Duluth, Minnesota Sault Ste Marie, Michigan Escanaba, Michigan Muskegon, Michigan Cleveland, Ohio Erie, Pennsylvania Port Colbourne, Ontario Buffalo, New York Oswego, New York Toronto, Ontario Ogdensburg, New York Quebec, Quebec Marblehead, Massachusetts Dates June 22-23 June 27-July 1 July 3-6 July 7-10 July 12-14 July 16-1 8 July 20-22 July 24-26 July 29-3 1 August 1-4 August 5-6 August 7-10 August 12-13 August 14-1 7 August 19-21 August 23-25 August 29-Sept. 1 --- COMMANDING OFFICER CDR McCullough as 43 if? 222 431 c ,M.MAND1 NG QFFIQER 9 G10 S2 x 4 I Liti' , museum 9 If I' 1 A '1-'i 'ai r T s I 7 . X Oo YS - 8 e ff OUT '95 FF 1 09 CDR David G. McCullough Commander David Ci. McCullough, son of Blaine and Helen McCullough of Fumace Acres, West Virginia, was born on October 25, 1940 in Cumberland, Maryland. He joined the Navy as an enlisted man in 1960 and was commissioned an ensign through the Navy Enlisted Scientific Education Pro- gram QNESEPD upon graduation from Marquette University in 1969. From January 1970 through January 1971, Commander McCullough served as First Lieutenant on USS NOA CDD-8415, homeported in Mayport, Florida. ln March 1971, he reported to the precom- missioning crew of USS PAUL QFF 10805, homeported at Newport, Rhode Island, as the Anti-Subma- rine Warfare Officer. ln June 1972, Commander McCullough became the Weapons Officer on USS PAUL and served in that capacity until August 1975. From September 1975 through August 1975 Commander McCullough served as Officer-In-Charge of the Navy Recruiting Class "A" Station, New Haven, Connecticut. He subsequently received orders to the Surface Warfare Officers School in Newport, Rhode Island. Following graduation from the Surface Warfare Officer School department head curriculum in May 1976, Commander McCullough reported to USS COONTZ QDDG-40D in Norfolk, Virginia, where he served as Chief Engineer through June 1978. Commander McCullough was next assigned to the staff of Commander, Naval Surface Force, U.S. Atlantic fleet, where he served as the readiness and training section's Steam Propulsion Officer through July 1981 and subsequently as Material Officer for Commander, Cruiser-Destroyer Group Eight until May 1982. ln July 1982, Commander McCullough reported for duty as Executive Officer on the Norfolk based frigate, USS THOMAS C. HART KFF-10925. He was reassigned in April 1984 and served as Chief Staff Officer for Commander, Destroyer Squadron Twenty Six for the eighteen months preceed- ing his assignment as Commanding Officer, USS GLOVER fFF-1098l. Among his decorations, Commander McCullough wears two Meritorious Service Medals, three Navy Commendation Medals and the Navy Achievement Medal with Combat Commander McCullough is married to the former Anne-Marie Bonnin of Nice, France. They have three children, David Blaine, Michele Catherine and Tricia Anne. 5 EXEC TIVE OFFICER 90 .4-9-+nmmvlr- , -rm., LCDR Joseph W. tBillJ Glass Lieutenant Commander Joseph W. Glass is currently the Executive Officer of USS GLOVER IFF-10987. A native of Louisville, Kentucky, he graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, Maryland in 1972. Before reporting to GLOVER LCDR Glass was attached to: USS JOSEPH HEWES IFF-10783 as Gunnery Missile Officer. Later he served as NavigatorfAdministrative Officer. NROTC Unit at the Citadel where he served as Navigation Instructor. While there he also earned his MBA degree. USS JOHN KING IDDG-53 as Operations Officer. USS MILWAUKEE QAOR-23 as Chief Engineer. COMNAVSURFLANT Staff as Current Operations Scheduler. He achieved com- mand qualification while assigned to the staff. LCDR Glass holds four Navy Commendation Medals and a Navy Achievement Medal with Combat among his awards. He is married to the former Kim Whilton. They have a son, Joshua, COMMAND MASTER CHIEF ' " " -:Ffh , - 1 -1 1. .' ,I W. .. . ,.,qi,, N. - .925 ' - V, M M '7 ifemiiffz'-'fin' Y W, FCCM Paul K. Herring ' OQQQSXXXXX -ff S atv. X ' W X ' D x If 9 4,,,.,3xQ W ' I 49 fy xx X ifwf NM X32 Z Z QQ el E1 2 4-p NX jf Q! 'O XX ef f 'N IFN?-341 1 Wx fi' v i xxxXxxsss" -,-,. vi' ,, f I.. OFFICERS Department Heads , , e ' F 5,7 - 1 Q Q ' 32935531 fi P' 4 ' fi " , ,sf-Q, .Fl 'xii' LCDR Joe Joyner - Weaps 1 ' LT Murray Hess ' Ops '-1 LCDR Dave Hunt " Cheng fr." ', r ,, A ,. W Nj 4. Q' LT Bob Robida - Suppo iff A We-A yg 1 . i N .N f ' 'X 'J . .V LT John Sutter - Asst Ops LT Sean Donahoe - Auxiliaries LT Jim Steckel - Asst Nav LT Tom McKitty - Damage Control Asst 9 ? ' if iid- Lh- LT Dan Martin - CIC Officer LT Kevin McKown - Medical Officer LT Mark Perry - ASWO ..x.., LT Blane Magee - Electronics Material Officer Q-Q H li' If LT Chris Nicholas - Electrical Officer c 'P' ' -1, Q ly ' Qi, -Zia! Siu ,R c nm 'sitio l 5"T"'7Tg,'bf+ f LTJG Steve Walton ' Main Propulsion Asst LTJG Joe Hennesay - Asst Suppo K 2 v a X is if V My 1 I EFL ,- 1 f E . J . E 5 gc M i LTJG Jon Snyder - ' A Communications Officer i O ' ENS Larry Magann - ENS Brian Hughes B-Division Officer M-Division Officer IFIX '44 V J O WI f 'ii LTJG Karl Dinkler and Miss Michigan s 1 .a ' - Xiu .- 1 Q YETTY UFF YG Q , fx M J BMCS Sid "Verne" CaI1l'l0H MESS ZINGERPRINT PATTERNS 1' s .' af 5 I ik. '-,f i x ' ' 'X ' gm f 4. '21 I 1 Q 4 Q .I . 1 q, 1 1 "L . 4 . '5"'.l ' ,.'- - . ,A ' .Q -' ni, gi.11s,'---A -J , n" 1 f K fmt... 1, Q JN Mg Vs! X , K' MAC Don Arahood 13 ENC David Mclntire MMC Michael Cook 14 XR X -iI'i-W. RMC Bob Mader a 5' NOT MEGGE W a o ?1 Q J ig ' ' - 2 ma. 9 .5 , 0 -uf. X 1 EMC Don Holman BTC John Barbosa 7 4 X ,f I 1 ,ll ,ff 1 of ,1 , f.: 4' Q., STGC Milton Edgeworth f....,g:Li, 5 'f my xg ---lil S E i E 2 El ? fe s 1' N MSC Remo Cabrega SKC Teddy Campos WW l .1-1 K 1 6 HTC Dave Headrick 5 I .11 THE CRE hs QL OPERATIGNS SPECIALISTS Q I "J I I ' I Im , - I :JJ 'F 4, 'lr I 'L" ' 1 1 1 .J ' X5 4 ir .Q I ,V"' n . ,. I 1 ' - ' 'sz ' I I fl 1 I , 'Q xr if ig M Q53 I 5 1 5 Q in , 3 df my N N., c 4 f S ,Mf at 2+ E16 I I I OE DIVISION If I QM-if H . New comers ET'S and EW'S H f'-5g qv., RADIOMEN X ,i 'X SIGNALMEN 1 GOES WHERE NO SHIP HAS GONE BEFORE BOILER TECHNICIANS 3531 278 I cf MGRE BOILER TECHS IT'S SUPERCHARGED! rll"F"""' 2 MACHINIST MATES O00 ELECTRICIANS H L Y fl-.Z 4.-' q 4',. hr . , ' ,-, ' Alll x Ale A5 JI? A. sf-V I- V , V ...LL":::....,m- w-'NT--Y 4 "Ai s r L L L' ' L A ' u QU., QD E k ag 3, L N3 N 1 ,1M 1,A N . , Q f f f f . - 1 . ' 'f J. Q mn. "BELL TELEPHONE" TECHNICIANS li! M 5-3 ' :,' Swag-sy v-f 4574! 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C N Y' 4 "" ,-g,-.ah-wsu-Q'l"' gk WARDROOM 000143 3 f U 5 i 5 ! 1 1 3 I X119 1- f' O I--.f ' - in-1... ff? 1,2-X i :f,S' S SHIP'S , SERVICEMEN C 1 - 7'-W E - rv 4 'X f-L A fu I, r ' K 5 " 1 s h tr' ff S av., - ' f J-.Q x 'Y Y. ,fl S .K SV V O 'F 1 STORE KEEPERS FOOD SERVICE ASSISTANTS 29 GLO VER PREPARE5 "WW--1 ff' fgtjl FOR THE GREAT LAKES ,,. b J, ,." ..-r' .1 LV 3 ,fl L, V? A 'A if n - ,'. Hl'5lllPL'0 gf.-.P K., DAY 0F 0 1 K A. 19" 3 f M Z l 1 DEPART RE' 'A 3051 174 A-,Q 5 , RB! . ite- my -YS ,gh , I 1 . .I 1 Q . A E x V4 .. X X Q V' 'Gr 4 N X 1 . Well guys, this is it T -6 rv A5 , f"',s Foc'sle, fantail - bridge Single up all line ,U il S I l I , lg, I Y I 1 ' 4 Var l Q.. e 1 Manning the rail 33 . . ., .-,........4is---- ,., -Vi- CAPTAIN'S CALL AND AWARDS CEREMONY ON THE ST. LAWRENCE SEAWAY PASSIN M0 TRE l H H w M f 2 IE if V I f"", 1 E 35 I ,L I r I I ,, I I I i E I I S I I F 1 I f 3 I E I i I I 1 Is I 1 1 I 2 . 5 2 I 7 I i i f I I 5 1 1 I I 1 1 , L I ? E s i I I , i I i I I , x : 1 -,..,. -.-1...--. -'si'-F .fu-11 THE ST LAWRENCE SEAWA 'i ,. M 2' f' ffl 1,51 fsfsi, - 'Y in x '-af . Y' 22551 7:1154 ,gm fx V Go G T HE LCE? G11 S a --4 What do you think XO another two inches! fix: fs '1 I if ' P52 - o Taming of the XX ll I 2 37 Ki!! If f"'Nx Where are we? The Unknown Tour Guide .LLM What's to see next? ! 2 -3.22- 'i 93' 1 THE NAVY . IT S A GRE T WAY OF LIFE Smiling foces help molse 0 successful cruise i I Q .Afx 1 . Q er Q rl , intl? ll , an -- -' . E gi?""",Q " S , s A its .I Jw? '1 V. Q 135 ""' f 0 W T? I L fi L i if 5 S 1 I E I 1 FU i e -1 I r 7, I 5 a i i I i Q I 2 1 I i l 5 i L 9 I Making preps for a first port of call ci it v iii, Q, We g ig'-3 1 I - yt -1 .. fe' ? "" YQ Q af" 5 ,,, W L' Q hc' K " I '-' fi ff . M W .Fw , 9- 1- P ' sf?'f'5fFF?t25I"'f .. XO laying down the law "hr: J 5-va-g.f,.,.-H The final touches THE GLQR GUARD COMES 'C 'iv-jr-wf W' df' Milw I OK Guys, thlS IS how you do lt 'ig Ns A-3 'N-3+ wa- 'fired 1.-1 'EW' A Q- ,Z is I 1 - lv. I If A.. ' , 'Q qw S . v s 5 L' 1,4 . 3. s 1. I -5. ., ,K 3 --an '1' 'Il .,,,. .S 5 -M-mg . is . . . Almost 3 5 2 1 5 i I 3 Q 3 1 1 i 1 i 1 I I 5 F 2 i 1 4 5 1 5 Q 1 FH 1 ! ! I E I i 1 5 M, M M ON STRONG IN ERIE PA ,mkwm ,..,.,. , ..,,.. - V , Much better M-14's are nothin', wait till you hear this baby go off! .....-..,-...rv-.,.. E 5 A QUICK LOOK ARGUND THE SHIP Q-H IS IS so much fun . . . I hope we get to do it again .avi K lt's all in the wrist I Ny t 4? mf h"' ' ,., tr X Petty officer Russett does the right thing . . . if . . . reenlists for another hitch 45 H1116-J ' - 4 , , -..M ,,,..l...- ,, wx. , , .bW,..........--- A41-1 ,... ,A 49 We ,v,- -'41, - Q., -1..,,-"gn ,y "' ok 'va-. - 1 ff, V 'Q'-' 2'-'5.-, -" ' TN" 7 A 'E"' "Q- . -. , feveee p1JwHfW' --f - - es- .,f'."-am:m,54 -' 1 1 A ' ,J if, ,. pj1',f,'f'jl ' ""' ' , 5 Q re .- i Lug' Qgg h A'-5 The Singer Mansion on the St. Lawrence Seawa .,""I, 1... .,,,, '1s. - Q. ,Hi Id I I q 1 B w 1 . I - . . , L . ..i-cg 4- 1' " A. ,Y N' r ' ll kv A I t . , 4 " .4 R 4 wus ag ,1 f ""' - .1 i n 9 .A 1 Wx.. : -. 'P' 9 -.Q Q, "' q 5 f G ' 4 1- .. mx V L ' , ,.,.. -.1 '--. , - .. " ' ' m..' ' ' "- - - ,A '1 1 ' A -' ,.-9 -- A ,, , 'gf--,,-.4ng,.,, .- -"1 -' . 5. .. .- .-, R , . H A . --am' . , - ,Y g,.,H V -V- ,. .L .K ,AJ it -. M , A .bp M.,,,m Y, , it-:nj---. 1 A '53, s V' N' n K 7 rv w st- Q ., ..., N "N , un 4. n N Q' 1. 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W XT :vi I , 5.1 Q4 Y X A I r Yflmrl -if 1 hx Q Vw ' ' .I 1 525' f It z va 7 M J' I ep . ll, I 35 lf.. 2 :Da 'K " f - .. J t- ' ig? 'Q 5' - ' A.. I Ready for the next 2000? .Ny up-vq -1 Windsor . . I 114 .X Q L I ' V J , 2 1 , m' "Y X X. A ,AJ .pk I '- - x f 1 . Ag X -1 I I rf I' 1 Q L WI- M , rv " A y Q , xl A' N-Qi .ez , ' ' 1 'f' l JV. . :K U 6 i fQP""f "N fi " , ll 1 K ti 'fain I L , V , --' A - . x -5 'N 'X 'E WT "C . fv- ',"",'."'-"2" .7 ie .., n 1 . 'Q 'ff' .sl 'ali' ' -1 '51, 1 -iqnui"'i- l didn't realize it would be this fun International Freedom Festival 51 ' , --o... .pu- 'fag , -vff 4 wr-I., x .3-N. 173: UI. . L3-, i '-..L-as 11 52 - ,n ., . .,, .5-rl", ,. U .1 - Q I... n ,i Q.: , s 4 . I? 400,54 ' . K - ' gIf"27"if 5 N' I , , 1 ffl. M S' f A xi: ff a . f'. -vffii' rn' -- r V V ,W A P I W1 -7 I jf i I 1 Fw WH R 'fi an ? V A 5 A A I ft I , .L A if-'Q Q- '57-l ,.. . - '7 0 'tj , ,,y i1' Q M' v X 6 " Y ' I . L Z fi ' Q v I , 2' J ,ff A if , Q' sl ' ' " 1 v. -1- N' " ' A -42 -N ' -Gb ,I Q ,. Vxq V 1 , 1 3 k , , .VAV if if H- , l .- ' A - 0 . J gg, 4' ,Q . A :. A: . V 1 Q., ., x, 5 R H Inspection of the Color Guard in Chicago r.. . W' f,ii5,'-?.g,L.5,g P 1 xE.fV.i"f "": ' ' ' , wgisllky I' kv 'LJ 3.2 . I . . F ,Jr if tffi5!'ff'- .- .1 lf.: ,f 5.24 wi '. 5 n"'-L" - , , ,. ,Q .1 e 'Q g 1" 1. L1 iv ' In " Alf A 'tt 1 x v A ' S241 Yi . ,x1l'f: ' 36 j K. .s ala? e- 5, yy. F' ' 1 '. --., 4411 1. :w -- R 5 Is, .4 .-,r .f via!- ? 222' .P 1 , . 'S . e , . , . Q, 1 , ,f Y 4 4+ , in I fwzi" . Gigfk W5 , X N , t , K, I 43' In , ' M W 1- H n The Captain listens intensely to a sea story about The Big One Q If I I mifwau ee ,A Bed f rf. x WWW ' S 9 mumlervallev I 2 -rounccrnin f 3 ' gndPARKlN0 . . '32'.14uoauAh.-d 1-N-W ' .- x ii? '9 tn. 6- 'Fr K- tx J, . l 'LYS . . I ,, ku? in Na, ,. ' wp- , . I - 1 N ..- ' - ., '. 'X I 'Ln 'll taxi, I Q ff M7 - ----- ff' l l F4315 Qfl. F f n GLOVER softball team takes the field' Sf. y A ,Is i 51 X ,fi 'X' b ..,' gn- STG2 Dan Carmody "Home Run King" 57 ,..... - V 0 LY TEN MORI Dnal a Prayer :M-qu 4 .I -1 Ship's Bos'n "Hey Verne, ya know what I mean?" M Wait a minute . . . This is a sewage hose b 'V ' in 2 ali 1' 'i ' , if M r r I 1 K Q 4 '4 I -mv-Lt .-5 4. -.g x -Qt A 1 h I - 4 .i 1 1 ' , 5 1 u 'W A I :W ORT T0 GO W l I I 4 1 4 4 'T WFT 2 ldv il ill' v ION! f"NN flliflll Ili WL..f' ll ll!! lull llll 'Munn auf v 1 yas 5554 IIQYIYK! IIOIIQIIUI ODUIIIIIII lllllillll lllllllill OGIOOIOIOIA IOQIOIIIOI llillllrill lliiliillll 0100100 Ill 'N IH ill Ill lfllllll 'lillllolaov in, .1 Arrival in Escanaba nfl Xl 'Val i 7 ,g I , 4 id ,H J F 11 3 r QW Q 'YQ 'W T Q . 1" A it 1 S . 1 1 ! i 1 5 ! 5 5 M w x 1 T YT rf y E BEAUTIFUL ESCANABA -i -5 Forward lines to road grader -f ' 1 P 9 - 1 s , r G .Q K . ,. L M . C ' if 5 , t Q 'gf V ,nl X ,fi gi J ,Fx rJ -ik" :'lt'lr:n-- -. 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Q V ..v . l t t' ' it Li'-. -11.f' -fx-4 4 , ' 1 f. 6.1.3 X P+ 5' ., ' A ' - - 3 X , ,. r b '- at ,--iki M ' R .. 5 ' 'v -" f -TL B k Lf. 1142 43" f- n 4 1' - da," 'th' Y I I I E h .Vt A- . ,gl':i.Lh-4-A,,,-1 Q . -'Q' V f' x 'L 'V : More tourists i t ' " s- ' n .,. tf't"ff- , I 5 ?QF f HH4f fgn Q fiiffifai yy lf 'Q ., iw 3 'WH-J The Captain and "Namco" 65 lT'5 AN INDIAN SUMMER IN CLEVELAND 2 . ewi",- ,wa V' A , Ffif "WM A ,...d,'L-,E I f .,IE . l ll i F' '1 . up ,I , I , - , ' ."-L'-'germ' 1' ft!-1"-'I E: .QQ 5 ...Ag 4 .Ruta-LAk:J7?V1N1nA .' li 4, I S V - 'n ' . . ,' A I I . , i 1 K AAV- -, Q fx- 1 , ' .,. 'J A .. jx' E , , r7"'i V- 35.225 X", 'W' A ', ' 'fi ' 1 . .,,, 47'-I-,,,, I -A : 'xw-f- .M Mm- I rain..-.ai ri' 7-,iQ5'w,xo ' f f'.'f.." ' ' The Honor Guard presents colors at Municipal Stadium Detroit -vs- Cleveland July 29th, 1986 uf , K 5 Q.- , 3, -, I 1t V ml DIE' ' -4-4 L rf' -94' " ' QLHJHJ ., 'ln F gy 'V Q 1 ,l 1 ' 5 66 : . 4' Wi 1F4'i'ilf!cQ rg if -A mem 4 1 33 1 13,571 A ' . 1, X. V gn: -:5g: .fg1f1' Ji 4 ' V I: iw I 4 lv t y. ,l :,!?5.A.,e4s,::. 1 V:!1:5iEyV1-:,,,L. il Q, v :L xl , L 'ff' "1 ' -' if N,-.Qijj Q 721 4, , - in h - 1 I - S, 9 . ,, , W f l-'JN'f'1 fs: A l l -"' l N, lf 1. -1 i W 'gf . '-Z' 'lar ' If f , 1 -W N ya gg ,r . ,M fa ll if, I-lv, Q f '1'lv'!" " -f is ' ' . f V' 5 Z ., X fig' Z POWER PLUS ' Cleveland Browns traimng camp Baseball's Hall of Famer Bob Feller becomes part of the Glover team rv? ii X l A VISIT gif! TO THE Li MAYOR S OFFICE IN BUFFALO X X - 'N Nab ivuT""-Q 3' .. .-6. MFJ I'-wa --l Y '. . agp? ' u H, ,.' . ii... N W,,f X A. .3 W kv ,. ,P ., H . may ,1 mei? 44319 ' 1--1: -ml Q- f'.1-A ll up LA .0 21 N - g . v ' .HID 4 N- . ,, . -P. 'JRE x 3 E 9 I .1 'wnmw ' C Q 'iw , is-V, h ' ' ' Q 1 Y W, - LETTERS FRUM THE PEGPLE Dear Admiral Trost: The USS GLOVER visited the Muskegon area from July 24 thru July.27, 1986- lt WHS Our pleasure to welcome the ship and her officers and crew to our comrnunlty. . . The people of Muskegon County and surrounding areas were given the oDD0fiUl1ltY.t0 VIEW the Navy firsthand and were eager and interested in touring the ship. There were long .lines waiting to board the ship each day. lt is noteworthy that the seventy-five thousandth visitor to the USS GLOVER boarded here in Muskegon. n The ship was in immaculate condition, the tours were well conducted, and the tour guides were very knowledgeable. The excellence of Naval training was evident at all times. We have heard many favorable remarks about the fine conduct of the crew members as they became ac- quainted with our community. Captain McCullough is to be complimented. We look forward to being included on your future Great Lakes Cruise schedules. . . . Muskegon Area Chamber of Commerce Dear Commander tDestroyer Squadron T wol As a pilot providing services in District No. 5 on the Great Lakes, it has been my opportuni- ty during the last seven years to provide pilotage services to the naval vessels that have trans- mitted this district of the Great Lakes on their annual l'Great Lakes Cruise". This year l pro- vided such service for the USS GLOVER from July 2nd through July 28th. l would like to take this opportunity to compliment the vessel's Captain, Commander D. G. McCullough, her executive Officer, Lt. Commander Bill Glass and all officers and crew members. The entire crew on board the vessel displayed tremendous ability, willingness and cooperation. The discipline of the crew was a compliment to the United States Navy while the gentlemen were both on board the vessel as well as while they were on shore. lt is my opinion that the crew of the USS GLOVER left an extremely favorable impression on all of the persons with whom they came in contact on the Great Lakes. This is a compliment to them, the oflicers as well as to the United States Navy and should prove to have a positive impact over the years to come. ln closing, l would like to congratulate the 2nd Destroyer Squadron for sending such a fine sampling of men on the 1986 Great Lakes Cruise. l was very proud to have the opportunity to serve with the Navy and this exemplary crew on the USS GLOVER, 1986. . . . Captain Richard E. Olsen 4 - i UF THE GREAT LAKES Sir: fCommanding Officeri On a recent trip to Cleveland, we visited the USS GLOVER. lt was a very warm day and the line was quite long. A very nice young man came up and told me I should go up to the front of the line. He was a good example of the Navy. his name was F. W. Baker. This 15 3 VCU' WCC thmil to do and yOu Should be proud of your men for their treatment of visitors. l am the widow of a West Point graduate and a disabled vet myself. l really appreciated this. Thank you. . . . Mrs. Isabel F. Steffens, North Canton, Ohio Dear Commander McCullough: Thank you very much for your hospitality during the August 11th transit from Buffalo to ' t P011 Colbome. I found the refreshments generous and the weather perfect: but most importan , to be courteous helpful and knowledgeable lf this attitude is reflective of l found your crew , . your command, and in general, of Navy training, it will be quite easy to discuss the benefits of a ' ' ' d rs. naval career with our graduating seniors. Thank you again and good luck in your en eavo . . . Karen K. Walter, State University of New York, Brockport Dear Sir, fvice Admiral lVlcCauley7 The USS GLOVER QFF-10985 has just completed its visit to the city of Oswego. l would like d t of the crew of this ship was exemplary. to inform you that the con uc g i Captain Daind Ci. McCullough should be commended for his excellent leadership of the men under his command who always presented themselves in a friendly, outgoing and polite demeanor. . H Comments that l have heard from the residents of the City of Oswego were, Hope they re- tum next year"- "They were a pleasure to have in tovm"p and i'The shiD YOUT W35 fantastiff- N0 ne t' k h d. . gaT?uiyrirh12ralioxvlzrstatiiients reflect favorably on the visit of the USS GLOVER and its crew, and we look forward to being a host port in future Great LHKCS CYUISCS- . . f I. . . . 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I 1 if 'lid Daylight transits provided "Driver Education" gi Q i tt H' I -...fi xi!! 1 1 EW2 Fenn gives a hearty welcome to visitors in Port Colbourne gfj?+-lam iii Aiwa gn 1 ! wlQ If -1.74,-A-A bd :ugh -J ai ,lf 'Film .H-rg: W i 80 lin I sf! S. X- Af" 'X.3,"'.Tn -Q31-tl 3.4 uf X -'11 kv r""' 'L if 'MNT i 4 L. C.. H11 fi f ,,,.,, 81 IT'S ANOTHER AWARDS CEREMONY ,- d 3 MM3 Maynard gets capped to MNI2 2' lk , if 5 2 i 4 4 .4535-sf' RR rv' I . 2 1 1 '-egg, SK2 Bruhling gets capped to SKI 2 . 2 : Promotlons Lleutenant LTJC Magee earn his warfare pin Q if M11 d Vim-,i5f',Lw"fgQ'415.3 . Q 1 ,Q ,. ' A 3 A -' X .. .-ff'-- ,Af A TTB. ' , Q-E A . A f A -J L Q f t 5 Ati: ef ' A ! t :AL 'N Q SL. A 'nfs 1. 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