Milwaukee (AOR 2) - Naval Cruise Book

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f .1 France N Ja iw fx o ,. o Q? Ao pam Q vAu2Ncm Q if 8 qite 5. 3 FT Uss Milwaukee Aon-2 Q, 1 fl 'E es DUBROVN IK N APLES STA ea 0 Sea 6 QQ, 6 10" Cmiaow WN up x W1 Mediterranean Cruise 197 9-197 9 CAPTAIN ARTHUR M. PAGE, USN fPRESENTl Upon graduation from Monterey Peninsula College in 1955, Captain Page entered the Naval Aviation Cadet Program. He was commissioned an Ensign in August 1956 and designated a Naval Aviator in December of that year. Captain Page's subsequent tours of duty were with VA-105 embarked in USS ESSEX CCVA-95, VA-22 embarked in USS MID- WAY KCVA-4153 instructor duty with VA-42 at Oceana, Virginia, VA-75 embarked in USS SARATOGA CCVA-6055 as Officer-in- Charge of VX-5 Detachment "O" at Oceana, as Executive! Commanding Officer of VA-85 embarked in USS FORRESTAL KCVA-593, and as Commander Carrier Air Wing Seven embarked in USS INDEPENDENCE KCV-625. Other tours of duty include: U.S. Naval Combat information Center, Glynco, Georgia, assigned as an instructor: NROTC Unit, UniV9l'Sily Of Washington, assigned as a student in the Five Term Degree Program: Carrier Division Seven!CTF 77, assigned as Aide and Flag Lieutenant to the Command, Naval Air Forces U.S. Atlantic Fleet, assigned as the Air Wing Training Officer. H2 was awarded a Bachelor of Arts Degree from the Uni- versity 0f Washington in 1962 and is a service school graduate of Phe Afmed Forces Staff C0ll0ge, Norfolk, Virginia, the Senior Officers Course, U.S. Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island, and the S enior Officer's Ship Material Readiness Course, Idaho Falls, Idaho - of DUIFIHE his career he has accumulated over 5200 flight hours iwhlchnover 3000 are in the A6 series aircraft. Other oper- atlonal aircraft flown in both sea and shore tours include the AD Skyraider, FZH Banshee, FJ Fury, A4C Skyhawk, F4 Phantom, A7 Corsair ll and S3 Viking. 'larsl if CAPTAIN CECIL B HAl5hl'NS JR USN KFORNIFIU After graduating from the Arkansas City, Kansas, Junior College in 1953, Captain Hawkins entered the l'.S, Navy as a Naval Aviation Cadet. He received his flight training at Pensa- cola, Florida, and Corpus Christi, Texas. His sea duty assign- ments have been with various Attack Squadrons on both coasts, flying the Al Skyraider, A4 Skyhawk and the A7 Corsair. He has commanded Attack Squadron THIRTY SFVFN, NAS Cecil Field, Jacksonville, Florida, and .Attack Squadron ONE TWENTY TWO, the west coast A7E Replacement Training Squadron, located at NAS Leemoore, California. Captain Hawkins has completed three WESTPAC and five Mediterranean deployments, qualified in twenty-six different air- craft, flown over 5400 hours accident free and made a total of 940 arrested landings on sixteen aircraft carriers of the LLS, Navy. Captain Hawkins' shore duty assignments include two tours at the U,S, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California, where he received degrees in Naval Science, Mathematics and Aeronautical Engineering. He was an Academic Instructor in Aeronautics at the U,S, Naval School, Pre-Flight, Pensacola, Florida, and served as the .Attack Training Officer on the Staff of Commander, Naval Air Forces, Atlantic, Norfolk, Virginia. ln December 1973, Captain Hawkins reported to Commander in Chief, U.S. Naval Forces, Europe, London, England, as the Plans and Policy Section Head. H9 completed the seventeen- week Senior Officers Ship Material Readiness Course at the Naval Reactor Facility, Idaho Falls, ldaho, and the six-week Surface Warfare Officers School Command Course at Newport, R.l. Executive fiicers NDER A. L. LEIGHTLEY, USN COMMANDER D. L. MARTIN. USN fPresent3 fFormer5 Change of Command 15 January 1979 , Q X Q - my e f he fe ' . Pura. 11.3. 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I EM2 Hinne HT3 Sheldon 1 EM3 Pickett I , FN Foster CUNREP AGAIN U EM3 Lewis BMSN Diez MMC Lawlor sv- '- GK' "X Tp.-,..4P' X Qu. -. W 1 v MM3 Glockner 1 FA Lorts ' 6 QQQWUDE- f: X f K, 'A L XJ x , X D it Qi M , My .fl Q 7 . XA Q Hull Maintenance Technician ii-ITi .1-l - ' i i Stream Shop Foster, Serfas, Hippe WHAT DID I DO? gym iv: 1 429' Electrician's Mate QEMJ -6. ' 'Q' Interior' Communications Electrician ilCi Ihr' i :RX 47... Sheldon' Lewis Diez, Serfas, Hippe, Pickett aria "PJ Af wig? l ,Lg Diez 8a Glockner A 51 -Y-fr - LCDRPLANK CHIEF ENGINEER gineerin ' epartment ENS KUNTZ MPA i Q 1 V A l I A i i .1 'u 1555 " la' B llivi ion BTC Smith BT1 Wiswell BT2 Griffith BT2 Larive BT2 Manning BT3 Toaso i i I 5 1 BTFN BOYS ii BT3 Walton i iBTFN Hale . X , BTC Turner i BT2 Hughes BTFN Proctor BTFN TOIIS9 BTFA Shafer QM! ,AI BTFN Sellers BTFN Ahamad , , . ,,f' - fw f--f ..- -u lu .4 , BTFA Steele BTFA Erickson P FN Rockett if 1' , - 1 fxwi BTFN Nickle .-H , , +0-..w.M"M X wk .M-1, v,-1195.-A g.',1glj.g-Qktts. . . .Q K ..., N xx ,,xQl 5 l .P l , F. l k 5-S3 - I - " J h h.Q 1xi-Ny: U I u ll l b 3 XX. X h h h Av. J . l l X , h I lE4ykXyf'75,X X xq--V b S 5 L 1 ' 1 Q , iff MMFN Melly MMFN Johnson FA CUITRII 'q' ' L 4 if-if, ,, V gif, f , . x , ' .,,. MMFN Kramer f A A ' Yfv- A F ,437 fs MM3 Kirk i 1 PF MMFN Gold MMI Knapp 1 , N ,Wh 954: W, if 4 5 1 'fi U V1 A! MM3 Cothran WWW if Few 'L 3 .fe IL. BT2 lDDOllt0 Q 1 1 S 2 4.4.4 4 E MM3 Vit0Cn1z MM2 Greene l -W. - .rg -ere if .. l r Q 'ff' ' 3 I MM3 Rogers MMFN Marshall l , 1 ivi ion I r MMFN Hill r fA h, h A ' . ,Wh-, lfl ,Wh As. A- , Q T i A., Y 'is Rl ,F f T1 y I rr MNI3 Belcher FA Cathy E f 9 MMFN Tom Meny 8a MM3 Jim Belcher F E 1 MMC Fred Duncan za MMFN Larry J0hnS0H V ,Z NIMFN Leonard Greenia V f W Z' fZsW,! MMC Fred Duncan 81: MM1 Mike Knapp wf Wm f C. ll, ff 1 MMFN Don Gold ,X I ,Mn I zz 1-2 A , M. V . JA. h , X I' . rt HP' W - ., Q fi-f ' 1 ii if 1' M -I ,A 1? , X W NIMFN Greenia Brown UTFN Owens 'QM Yo 0 2 I in l l .4-,. ..-01' 'ri' f, 5 br 'U QP!! 4 . I 3,51 , f Aa 9 4 1' Q I llivi ion 1 5 X i I I 1 .ng INTERIOR COMMUNICATIONS ELECTRICIAN CCTU I f f 5 ,Q fra' fu? 4 3 ,, f I f ICC Jackson TC2 Gibson IC2 Carter lC2 Hawkins f -1-4 ff 1 ,V 1 fx-f fd! ' an R R f ICB Casey ICFN MCKCG Fff2'1' ' R, I ICFN Weddle i lol FORK TRUCK AND BATTERY LOCKER Q s...2'x W2 Hadden mm Smith MM3 W'1 wad 1 son EM3 Wilson FN Goad .ni MTB tlllb i ELECTRIC IAN MATES F i .4 x X ,, I , up I' TV i cwoz Ness EMC neizhmiiier EM2 Griffin EM2 Ting EM2 Beach LJUI' I-11 ,F -A-I-W EMFN Longtin EM3 McGroder X EMFN Garifalon i EMFN Howard EM3 Bilaun Y Y EM3 Bautista EM3 Yonaitis ,.- l X. ' I X 1 EMFN Metcalf EN2 Carrico 85 ENFN Nurse EN2 Carrico ENFN gurgerman Engineman KEN! Rebuilding a 671 Detroit Diesel g f, , 3 sl! 7' A A 2 .. 4-ff S .1 MMI Blilbaker MM3 Ritson MM3 Johnson ,3 r ff, l . 1' 1 .M ,1 ET MM3 Bussell FN Lynn 1 , Q R g '. fri f ji Ji FA Pepe ENFN Nurse F EMFA Bender ,W ,,,, . Vg . Vi I 4,-,M j, Z 1 W 'W ,, ' I mi ml? I f f AA 1 W: LZQQL' YL ? FA Garcia 1 a i 'Q i E S I R ENFN Carter ,,Y f- "f f i 225 L.C. ivi ion I CW03 Edmonds I MMFN Clawigon wma Kneeland FA Agustin MM3 weicn :A EN! Evans ' 4 x E ,Y 1' ,,.. 111,55 FN Tropasso . " if . ,405- f E 's FA Blair epair ivi ion Hull Maintenance Technician iHTi osed of HT's and MR's. We are responsible for shipboard R Division is comp repairs and on the primary damage control instructions for the crew. We can repair or fabricate nearly anything the ship or crew requlres. ENS SPOONER DCA lie HT1 Bloomfield HT1 DeKens . Z it ' HT2 McSweeney -5 1 rl J lil lIT2 Coleman W., -4, HT2 Shaney Felt za. ,QA i. i HT2 Parris HT2 Pitts HT3 Moon if ,-fl" HTE Duhamel HT3 Alford j 'I' VHTFN Payton HTFN casau MRFN Aguilar RARFN Blazon , 1 HTFN Grimsley HTFN Lettington l4Q' HTFA wiuey MRFA Caddell 1 LT PHLAIJNI SHlP'S DOCTOR HMCS Elmore rlica epartment xl ii HNI3 Steller on bridge wing Aspirin anyone? r MN Q rx U :F v 1. iHi'I'2 Pilon Q--: , B I xv 'ii v 1 HM3 Steller SN Clemons 4 y 2 s V . .X Q . A , I LJ :3-.Y M, a-,,.f, .-f W avigation 1 t 5 t t t umm Master-at-Arms Journalist CJOD KMA? Navy Counselor CNCJ DEPARTMENT HEAD -A Personnelman SCPO 1 ETCS Mowny A oooEmNAToR 1 L, KPN SSSSS TJ o 'il 2 Q 'B 7? '-E S2 LTJ G WATKINS NAVIGATOR Quartermaster QQM7 Yeoman QYN5 , Q fl' NAViG, Tic? it-? QMC Black 1 I QM3 Henderson QMSN Baker "Navigation began with the first man"... "His first venture upon the waters may have come shortb' after he observed that some objects float... Nlarine Navigation was born when he attempted to guide his craft Nathaniel Bowditch QM2 Langlands 1 Ai X at QM3 Sprague QMSN Tabb QMSN Dillard QMSN Tabron QMSN Williams QMSA 0'Reil1y QMSA Dem' QMSR Palme' 4. ' 'H' 4 . 43, .li Personn l Adlnin , rm. ,Q --Q ea E me Q 2 14- , ' V V Q ., gg in ht 9 ' NCI Hume PNC Smith YN2 R059 CAREER COUNSELOR PN'S YN'S E QW? PN2 Bradford PNSN Nalls YN3 Miske PNSN Harris PNSN Ring SN Everett YN3 Leftwich M. Wittrock, ter at Arm 0 tal lerk ourna MA1 Huffmann DP3 Blankenshlp SN Cllffy 2,641 A, 0: ., ,,,. , MM, , ,I V 1 -JV 51 ix H ' ,f ' ,b A if gf" P03 Negmn PC3 Blanco Jos Stewart 053 How '47 41 What a pair! He loves it Qu' The man '1z. I OPS OFFICER peration epartment ,,,,,,.yf-0-ff"""""" Sngnalman SM I F?21diO RMC Hanssen SM2 Oaks man CRMJ RMI Burkani R511 Haegele SM3 warner SM3 Oliver P'fw 'lh' , If 3 RM2 Young RM2 Pllgg , 3 Q MQ 4 ' K 4 ,4 Q 4 1 vs f W4 S N' QQ f if, A , f 5, ff W f , lx ,W ' ZX. . fn, JZXX 'f :J SMSN LaBate RM3 Kravetz SM3 Gilliam "'VQ-- Top right: SM3 Gilliam Middle left: From left to right, SM3 Oliver, SMSN Grantham, SMSN Hayward, SM2 Oaks, Background SM3 Sharper, Bottom left: From left to right, RM2 Maurand, RMSN Davis, RM2 Young, Bottom right: SM3 Sharper. SM3 Sharper ,,.s!' 1 .. Ji , ,.h. 1 ' it RNl3 Doris RMSN Buncum RMSN Fripl-Son 5' SQ., RNISN Davis RNISN Williams auf' Top left: SNISN Oliver Top right: SM3 Warner Nliddle left: Radio gang A Bottom left: sm Watson Bottom right: RMI Burkard r 1 V f' lvhh. X f ,, i I, ,.f,,i,a f aff , ,tw 5 ... vETC MoUL ET LPG DIVISION OFFICER 1 OINONEN ET2 Jenness ET3 Kling ETSN Harris 4.41 Roy , E r S Liberty in Pisa W 1 RV ,aiwwia - 1 Q 'ws Har - Ray Terry OE Division is an integral unit of the Operation Department and is resD0HSible for the repair and maintenance of equipment in Radio Central,Combat Center, Radar Room and on the Bridge. ln formati0n , Operations 4 Specialist COS7 - f jx Eng, Tyner OSC Johansen rxfi' ,Q 0 fi! 4.- OS2 Relph OS2 Mazzulla 052 Schmidtke OS3 Riggs s ' , 4 on r r, 4... 5 5' ff 2 ir df' w': 1fff'Qy1 ,A , 2, A A , OS3 Griffith OS3 Poynter DQR 1' OS3 Sanders 6429 X 3 f J WM,,,,,,, WW, ,, f Q MM, W.W,4afw-W WM V F W N SN Nielson i OSSN Allen OSSN ROSS IJSSN narrison r ii L Ti if P' ,M ' ' -. 1: , ' . ' H 1 ,e m ' ,, v 4 flu ' Q' ' N 2 ,1 ,g 'R ' i 1+ 4 fel -.X , ,sz X , 5-,S - 2 mi.V,v , -. 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MS2 Gomez - Liberty Hound! f gr I X., I 1 ENS DIRING DIVISION OFFICER K Cn! f4'f:?n il' ,Xi gn ,O SH3 Lynn xg-3. Y A I S- si SHSN Carmody SHSN Ricks S-3 ivi ion LAUNDRY BARBERSHOP SHIPSTORE SODA FOUNT RECORDS KEEPER SH2 Eckinger SH3 Blanchard SH3 Ellin , 'R . I 'M L 2, .i ,, I I 4144484 SHSN Davis SHSN Zane SHSN Eal'I9y S 'Q' lf. SHSN Brooks SHSN Santos SHSN Niel CAMERA SIIY Ship's Store K 5 SH1 McPherson Gee Dunk SH3 Ellin SHSN Zane Barber Shop S Q ,P Q S Q my' Q Q Q ,.. Q Q! Q S xx' Q S S S S S G. S S S S S QS S S S Qk S SQ S W S A ,Q S N9 S 50 S S S S S S S QQ S S S A A QQ A Qx SX N0 S: L C D R J A CKA o ll' L ki e ll artm e n t I , YV, .X Z fa y f S Qx S x0 S S S Q Q S S S WAN M ' ne in S S S '1 MK' kin MN S. SQ X QS X Q-Q s S S S S S .. S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S ., , S S S S S xx S N9 S N ,. S Qu S If ,Z g .,. ff 1 fe, 5, ,J v ,iii . L. ' Q47 Lt. Haas zcffwf 'Winn X ,,., N, Q,,.W,ff.J,,,,WM ,,,, , ,Mm AMS1 Seskusky I , f f 4 -W 7 I M., Jjw 4 f , f Q ,V ff W Lt. 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Aj! f mm W' Genoa Italy Shvwing The Colors 'lghe Monte Carlo Casino, N ia, 'i 1445. - ' 'V A.. , , , n, 5 su. ' avi e '1 11Jmffz?9:.s0',wH " - N me 5 1 19, u ., 1 . , , Fuel piers, Augusta Bay, Sicily Nlt. Vesuvius, Naples Italy Kalallldbd, uluvvv A. - , .mir The Trevi Fountain 'A TE ,, Religious Holiday in St. Peters Square. 1r1v'm. ,E V' 'Y ' "" i , an M15 1,,.:lfmffg,1uu L1 :.diT'M,Iff', 4 M ,L Inside the Bascillica at St. Peter'S 'VW' 'fu -N-,le N ew ' K Besnini's Fountain of Four Rivers -V4 5 xl ,'NlX' ri-lb? A v i .Jl" Skiing in Andorra, Spain Which way to America? Barce1ona's busy boardwalk W The national sport ?-J I-, Old town Dubrovnik Your performance as ambassadors during a par- ticularly sensitive port visit has contributed like Ambassadors of good will greatly to our efforts to expand the number of ports available to sixthflt units. You have my appreciation. Well done VADM James D. Watkins nrep Vert-rep The mission of our Navy is to keep the sealanes open and to protect the commercial shipping, In order to protect the shipping, the Navy must maintain its forces at sea. For the Navy to stay at sea, it needs fuel, ammunition and supplies. Underway replenishment ships such as MILWAUKEE provide that fuel to keep those forces at sea. Underway replenishment ships play' an integral part of the NaVy'S mission, without them, the Navy would not be able to perform its mission to protect the sealanes. ,.,f.- - ,, .i H l ga , .H A dl . 'F A--" X 11 fx G if ,, 4 0ursA a ! 1 V ik 4 ' 'U' ,L , .,,, I bA,, ,khg 's3:gg "3:'5'5'N s s . A Y' W9 x 1 Q, -L ' ss ' ' 1' 416' 1 1 Q f . -' f , .'. nv , . cy. L, .5. J ,, ' ,, i ,.', ?. 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I FOR THE LAST TIME THIS CRUISE THESE WORDS SOUND ACROSS THE MAIN DECK AND ECHO SILENTLY ACROSS THE OPEN SEA. OUR MINDS ARE FILLED WITH THOUGHTS OF HOME AND LOVED ONES. AS WE SAIL TOWARDS HOME WE SILENTLY REMEMBER THE LAST SIX MONTHS. WE REMEMBER THANKSGIVING IN KALAMATA, GREECE: CHRIST' MAS IN VALENCIA, SPAIN AND ALL OUR PORT VISITS IN BETWEEN AND BEFORE AND AFTER. STATIONS ARE SCRUBBED, DECKS AND WINCHES ARE PRIMED AND PAINTED, THE GRAY LADY PUTS ON HER FINEST CLOTHES FOR HER RETURN TO HOMEPORT. AT LAST THE DAY ARRIVES. PRESSED UNIFORMS ARE PUT ON, SAILORS MAN THE RAILS, THE NAVYBAND PLAYS ANCHORS AWEIGH, THE CROWD CHEERS AND WAVES A HEARTY HELLO AND SUDDEN' LY, AS IF SHE NEVER LEFT, THE GRAY LADY SETTLES IN WITH THE WORDS HMOORED SHIFT COLORS, HOME AT LAST." THE CREW CHEERS. WE ARE HOME UNTIL WE ARE NEEDED AGAIN. THERE ARE NO THOUGHTS OF RETURN TO SEAL WE ARE HOME AND HAPPY TO BE HERE. WE ARE HERE TO SERVE, BUT PLEASE NOT TOO SOON. GOD BLESS AMERICA. 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