Marias (AO 57) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1973

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Lieutenant Commander Charles a gradaate of the University Louisville, Kentucky and was Ensign on l4 July 1961, upon LCDR CHARLES R. SCOBEE, JR., USN EXECUTIVE OFFICER CSep 7l-Jul 732 daughter Cynthia. Lieutenant Commander Joseph W. BFINKLEY is a l96O graduate of the University or Florida, Gainesville, Florida and was com isuloned an Ensign upon completion of Officer Candidate School, Newport, Rhode Iulnnd. After A three year tour aboard the USS ROOSEVELT fCVA-42D where he qualified au an Air Intercept Controller he served aboard the USS HSTES CAGE-125 as First Lieutenant for 2 lf2 years. LCDR BRINKLEY served as an instructor at the CICfNTDS school at NAS Clynco, Georgia before reporting to the USS William H. STANDLIYCDLC-321 as CICOXNTDS in 1968. He fleeted up to Operations Officer before leaving the STANBLEY in 1970. Prior to reporting to the MARIAS LCDR BRINKLEY had duty with the Naval Ship Engineering Center in Washington, D. C. LCDR BRINKLEY is a native of Jacksonville, Florida and currently resides in Jacksonville Beach with his wife Lynne and their three childern, Billy, Bobby and Samantha. R. SCOBBE, Jr., is of Louisville, commissioned an completion of Officer Candidate School. After a tour at Naval Cnm unica- tions Station, Kodiak, Alaska, he helped com ission the USS GUADADCANAL CLPH-75 and was augumented into the regular Navy in 1964 while serving on board. In 1965, he bacane a Hplankownern on the USS CHARA CAE-311 where he served as Operations Officer Before becoming Hxon of the HARIAS in September, l97l, he was Operations Officer at U. S. Naval Communications Station, Pureto Rico. Although Louisville, Kentucky is LCDR SCOBEE's perzanent residence, he now resides in Jacksonville with his wife Rebecca and their LCDR Joseph W. BRINKLEY, USN EXECUTIVE OFFICER CJu1 73- J

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Commander Steve RALPH, Jr., a native of Osceola, Arkansas, was graduated from Hendrix College and commissioned from the Naval Reserve Officer's training program in June 1953. He attended Flight Training and was designated a Naval Aviator. He has had assignments in various Fighter Squadrons and in 1958 requested a change of designator and returned to the Surface Navy. His surface Navy assignments have included tours aboard USS NORTON SOUND CAVM-lb, USS SURFBIRD CADG-3833, Staff Commander in Chief, U. S. Pacific Fleet, and Defense Intelligence Agency washington, D. C. He is a graduate of the General Line Course of 1961 at the U. S. Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California and Post Graduate Course in Intelligence-Defense Intelligence School, Washington, D. C. He previously commanded USS SERRANO CAGS-241. ln addition to various theatre and occupation medals, he is authorized to wear the Bronze Star with Combat V, Meritorious Service Medal, Joint Service Commendation Medal, Navy Commendation Medal with Combat V, Navy Achievement Medal and 1 Kombat Action Ribbon. Prior to reporting to the was serving on the Staff of the 1 MARIAS he n tommander United States Military Assistance Command 1 Vietnam. RALPH is married to the former Mary Moore of Memphis, Tennessee. They childerng Steve, Robert Ward, Rene Dianne and Joseph Fletcher. fommander Flizabeth have four COMMANDER STEVE RALPH, JR. COMMANDING UFFICFR -1 pai-Qtr-4 X ff THE CAPTAIN HAS THE CONN COMMODORE ROULSTONE WELCONES US HOME



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MIDNIGHT UPON THE SEA I ll try my hand at a new style tonight A style that may be pleasing to me For I would like to write of my feelings for My first Midnight Upon the Sea. The And For And sky is very clear, the air is so clean the world is so beautiful to see I'm on my large ship with most all asleep it's Midnight Upon the Sea. My job which I have been entrusted to keep Is to protect all these men and me To steer the right course and watch for danger For 1t's Midnight Upon the Sea. This one particular watch most men abhor But that's not my case, you see For I have a great warmth deep down inside Because it's Midnight Upon the Sea. Nowhere could you find such quiet and grace Nowehere else in this world could it be Then way out here on these waters so calm So calm at Midnight Upon the Sea. But wait, what is that on the horizon ahead Yes, it's lights that are visible to me It will take some time to decide what it is For it's Midnight Upon the Sea. I have his plot now and his course may be Hazardous if neither of our ships flee Come right of my course is my safe move to make To avoid danger at Midnight Upon the Sea. Such an easy thing for anyone to do Yet many times has ended in tragedy For no one ever knows what dangers may lurk Behind Midnight Upon the Sea. Things are peaceful now, and calm once again As a creation of God should always be For nothing could compare as a wonder of life To my first Midnight Upon the Sea ENS Robin L . ADAMS, USN, 12 March 1973

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