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mum 'Sig g'W USS MILW UKEE OR MED CRUISE '86 ,,f,f!,f ff ' ,gil 40 ww SI-IIP'S MISSION The mission of replenishment ships in the US Navy is to provide the fleet with underway replenishment capabilities, minimizing the Navy's dependence upon overseas bases - bases which might be denied in a time of war, international tensions, or changing political climates. The AOR is a multi-com modity vessel capable of providing customers with a wide range of products that includes: 7.2 million gallons of Navy Distillate Fuel QF-761, used to power all non-nuclear Navy ships, Jet Aircraft Fuel UP-52, a full range of High Usage Load List and Deckload items, dry and frozen provisions 1450 tonsj, and 600 tons ,of ammunition. In addition, with the ability to carry over 1000 measured tons of fleet freight on her cargo and main decks, the AOR has a vast capability to provide first-rate support to the fleet. Perhaps the most unique and valuable feature of the AOR is the ability to provide "one-stop-shopping." By load adjusting with other single commodity Fleet Support ships fi.e., AE, AFS, AOD, immediately prior to the UNREP evolution, the AOR can literally resupply an entire Battle Group by itself. The AOR is capable of transferring over 750,000 gallons of fuel and 250 measured tons of material per hour. The ability to provide a wide range of material quickly frees the customer units of the Battle Group to return to their primary mission in a minimum amount of time - completeyre- supplied. ' . ,- AWA, he I Liv Q " .M M .5 ..-, ig, r rf, , 53 SEQ fx if 5. 51 NYY' Mg, ttf is ,. or - P-Q-W' lsr ,.- -t g. Jae .,, X X . . Q 1 H ', .H ag . xi , I X ,f x 0 'R x ,A,. ' .gn x ,Sl af if . 3 Wg Y Z 4' -- ,W 4, A, ,wt Arg., ,ef --KV.. fr 24, - ' .J ., 2 -iw . fir? Q ffgy ij ' "" 5 ff.f-- yy," .q.u.i4:Qf Q .Q . fir 4 A - N1 .LM , 'fi , ' E g,,. .M I . 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After graduating from the University of Washington with a degree in business in 1961 he attended Officer Candidate School. He received a commision as an Ensign in February 1962. Captain Fir1n's initial sea-tours included ASW Officer in USS SHIELDS CDD-5961 and nucleus crew ASW Officer in USS REEVES KDLG-245. After graduating frm Naval Destroyer School, he was Engineer Officer in US HARWOOD QDD-8615, then MPA in USS TOPEKA QCLG-85. Subsequent sea tours included nucleus crew Engineer Officer in US WABASH QAOR-55, Executive Offi- cer in USS LEAI-IY KCC--161, and Commanding Officer of USS MEYERKORD QPF-10581. Captain Einn's shore tours have included duty at the Bureau of Naval Personnel, The Military Assistance and Advisory Group CMAAGJ China in Taipei, CINCPACELT Staff in Pearl Harbor and COMNAVSURFPAC Staff in Coronado, California. He has been awarded the Navy Achievement Medal, the Navy Commen- dation Medal, the Joint Service Medal, and the Meritorious Ser- vice Medal Qthird Awardj. Captain Finn is married to the former Nancy Norfleet Anthony of Jacksonville, Florida and has two sons, Brian and Kevin. ,wi 4 . - -- - , . ., ... -Wm ... ...-......-,. -. ,WM . 1, ' ...., .,... ,.... 4.......f-.-.-f..--V Q--.-...-. . ..,,r,.,4-, ,,, Ll. ,, - A - . .. ,-. . .-...,. .,.-...--q1...,... .. ...W ,. V' . . . . - na. .. -. uv-A-Q--.-' ..a -.., - ,1q.--...v--z--,,..,---'sn-.-vw-A-f .A 1-v-w--s-r-ff-ff-4--.U vi nqk-,-..., .-1 , .,- . ., CN I 159 Bax' -Rf' WWF A 3 'Y ihool. Cl Y -r lSS I LSS W' 56001 'er MPA Q fdriui H.- ' if Offi- " Jr LESS Shree: or oroup 'lawns' 2 Tl? 18: z"--Mop- ., .... .., . QQ? Def' -. TTTTOTU-' . '- CAPTAIN RODNEY C. FRANZ United State Navy Captain Rodney C. Franz was born March 31, 1940 in Cincin- nati, Ohio. He is a 1962 graduate of Duke University. He was first commissioned as a Naval Flight Officer, October 12, 1962. His Naval seafshore tours have included: Navigator with Air Transport Squadron Three, McGuire Air Force Base, Personal AidefAdministrative Assistant for Deputy Chief of Na- val Operations fSurfaceJg Bombardier!Navigator ftwo Combat Toursj Attack Squadron One-Six-Five IVA-1655, Naval Air Station Whidbey Island, Washington, Test and Evaluation Squadron Five QVX-sp, Naval Air Station China Lake, California, ExecutivefCom- manding Officer Attack Squadron One-One-Five KVA-1151, USS MIDWAY QCV-411 Yokosuka, Japan, Commanding Officer, At- tack Squadron One-Two-Eight IVA-1281, Naval Air Station Whidbey Island, Executive Officer, USS CONSTELLATION CCV-641, StrikefASUW Branch Head for the Director of Naval Warfare, COPNAVD. Captain Franz has been awarded the Legion of Merit, two Meritorious Service Medals, eight Air Medals, two Navy Com- mendation Medals, the Navy Achievement Medal, and various unit and service awards. Captain Franz is married to the former Lynne Long of Wil- mington, North Carolina. They have two children, George CUSNA CLASS OF 19901 and Elizabeth, a high school sophomore. OFFICERS .-...i I , t I as si . 43-I ix, 5 9' JA -, .. - ,. .. -...... --,-..- ,--- -m --Y- 44- C.-. 1.2, . 3. ,. -. ' 1... ...,..-.,-,-.....,..-.,-..,....-....,.c. ..-....,-,...,..-,,v M,- A 'ffl CHA GE CDP CQMMA 2 W N -x 1 yy f what ' 'Z ff? f f M ff , ff ' ww .. . .qw f Z0 A UST 1986 x V A X MX NM . .N N N N N f X fi khhh , Q . ---.-.f-..,,...-.... - ,. V v.911"r-' 'rua-u.g-Funny,--rp--vfQ..4f-,--...,.H- -. -, , ..f,..-.,,-....,,,,,..,,,,.,, nw, EXECUTIVE OFFICER LIEUTENANT COMMANDER ROBBIE L. WILLIAMS United States Navy Lieutenant Commander Williams graduated from the Universi- ty of Maryland in 1972 with a Degree in Mechanical Engineering. He was commissioned as an Ensign in December 1972 through the Reserve Officer Candidate Program. Lieutenant Commander Williams' initial sea-tour included as- signment as Deck Division Officer, Navigator, and First Lieuten- ant on USS HALEAKALA CAE 255. After graduating from the Surface Warfare Office Department Head Course, he was as- signed as Weapons Officer on USS LAWRENCE QDDG 413. Sub- sequent sea tours include commissioning Operations Officer on USS MERRIMACK QAO 1795 and Executive Officer on USS MONOGAHELA CAO 1781. Lieutenant Commander Williams' shore tours have included Naval Post Graduate School, Monterey, California where he grad- uated with a Masters Degree in Physics and assignment as a Physics Instructor, U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland. He has been awarded the Navy Achievement Medal, Navy Expe- ditionary Medal, and the Humanitarian Service Medal. Lieutenant Commander Williams has two children, Amy and Daniel. 8 ....,:...-,..a,-...-g...,,.-. , ,, ,.,.. .. .. ... ,- IR X ' Mwst- Fmm. 4 Ihygugh as- l ffl mise if -5 E- x. lliicrr an P an P .sanded N M grad- mm as a Vlarvhmcl. -avr Expo L, 4. sent CQMMAND MASTER CHIEP EMCM PAUL A. SCHULTZ United States Navy USS Mll.WAUKEE's Command Master Chief is Master Chief Petty Officer Electricians Mate Paul A. Schultz. Master Chief Schultz has had a challenging and rewarding career. Sea duty tours have included: USS DARTER CSS-5762, USS JD. BLACKWOOD KDE-2195, USS VAN VOORHIS KDE-10285, USS SPADEFISH QSSN-6682, USS STURC-EON KSSN-6375, and Submarine Squadron Eourteen!Holy Loch, Scotland. Shore tour duties have included: Instructor, Fleet Training Center, Norfolk, Virginiag and Command Master Chief, Naval Weapons Station, Yorktown, Virginia. His commendations and awards include: six Good Conduct Medals, a Presidential Unit Commendation Ribbon, two Merito- rious Unit Commendation Ribbons, three Battle "E" Ribbons, a National Defense Service Medal, four Sea Service Stars, two Navy Achievement Medals, and three Navy Expeditionary Medals. Master Chief Schultz is married to the former Shirley Jean Harrison of Charleston, South Carolina. They have four sons, Patrick, Michael, Matthew and Nathan. 9 VV,-4 1. ---F..-.-......,--e.V...., La.. -.--A A il 'I ,vi 2 6' S fx C i REP SCHED 08 USS JULY ALWYN 15 USS SEPTEMBER CONNOLE 15 JULY USS VULCAN R+ is . 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H! ,-, ...-.. ,. ....--.- .,..,-.... -......, V, v-,L.- ..,,.-..A.. ..,.. , ,i -- -Nw., ,V A M 4 a - - -.-N .,...-...B-.. ,......, .Y ..-.-. ,. . ., , I I I , My tsl, pi ses- ' efgi' e- Wi, 5' pf!-'5 LCDR JAMES MILSTEAD FIRST LIEUTENANT DECK DEPARTME The largest Department onboard, our Deck Department is considered the "Main Battery" of the ship's mission. Transferring of fuel, stores, and ammunition is made possible by the efforts and accomplishments of the deck seamen, repair machinists and electricians, and the rated Boatswainmates. This talented organization is comprised of four divisions who, in addition to being underway replenish- ment specialists, stand Ship Control Under- way Watches, handle all lines, boats and booms during seamanship evolutions, and are tasked with the cleaning and preservation of over sixty percent of the total area of MILWAUKEE. During alongside connected replenish- ments these men shine. Poetry in motion de- scribes this well trained organization. Seven stations can be manned simultaneously and the operation is choreographed from Unrep Control. Prom the initial shotline to all lines clear, the Deck Department stands ready to provide the service to the fleet that is required to allow prompt, sustained combat operations at sea, keeping the sea lanes open for peace. BMCM WILLIAM I-IENDRICKS DECK DEPARTMENT MASTER CHIEF QW Xe C A ct it X X Q SS X S S -S S S rr Q ge X e s C. S Q X, Y Q, S S Q s sys as s is Q X-S NQSXSS e 5 sas S , 4-.-A..-..-...AQ-., '......-.L-1--I --..f-.-.....--vw - --- --- "" " -1 F40 ,aff -.-any-... 1...- , - - - ' .' 'ftp-v ,:.,,, ,,,.,,....-ro--afwp--1'-,--.-Wy,-rf -.wsnnvs--f,--..f,m--p.... ..,,,.,. .,,,,,,, FIRST DIVISIO LT GREG WARBURTON This Deck Division operates and maintains all equipment forward. lst Division personnel stand underway Bridge Ship Control Watches and Ouarterdeclc and Security Watches inport. First Division is involved in all anchoring evo- lutions and cargo boom operations. The Boats- wainmates of First Division stand ready to supplement the watchbill with well trained boat coxswains and boatcrewmen. Whether it's winch operations or line-handling, "FIRST DIVISION IS ALWAYS FIRST." BM1 WAYNE BM1 KENNETH BM2 JAY GOSSETT PAULETTE PLEASANT BM2 HOWARD SLINCER BM3 EDWARD ELKINS BM3 AMBROSE PANEK BM3 DANNY SAMMONS I4 BM2 MATTHEW BM2 DONALD JAMES GRIFFITH ?, . ws was x mv W iv X. e Q 1. ,A H A- ' --M F-1--H -ft ,-...... ..- ..-, ..-....:, H.-. 1.1.1. ,,.. .. . .au 4 ' V F- '---f ...z-.A-.1-..fv-....4g.4,..g ,,,,, ,, , -.1-l-'L g -1- L. . A ..., -..,. ....--,s.-,.1i........,,.V,-- . is ii wr, ,-,N,,s , .fs-eq. .u-.,.f-..-.f--v-n-s1-.,.L,,,-,-,g-r.f-+f-q--rf4rbw-o:1+wfv+ fr-11.1-..-.rr-A , - . --- .. -H-sd '-in-f 'YH "" P-' - - ' FIRST DIVISIO ., I X' D' 1 f vw 1 'Q Q R, by . I'-Q. I W y -, , , ibm l' we l ,.- . I . 5" FMS? 'Q-V6 I N , I Sw ,V + MS I A , I 1 Q, f S A lyk I G' ' I ,W BMC ROBERT VANHOOSER BM3 JERRY TOLLEY BM3 JAVIER ZAPATA SN RICHARD SN GERALD BOWEN SN CHARLES BURNS BOUGHTON v SN THOMAS DESHANE SN DAVID DIXON SA KEVIN EDWARDS SN JOHN FLEMING SN DAVID GROVE . if SW X IVJCENT SA ROLANDO HAMILTON HERNANDEZ IC - I I , , - ' - - , ,,, 3 ,v , .....f-r...-...,...,... ..-.4---..,..-..............-.....-, ... . . ... , ,. 4. - , ,. ..-u..,h'. Q ... .uu...-.uu. 4-.,.-..-qv-A.f.,...-.4--Q..-o-s 11- n .....- ..... ,,,,,.,,, ,,,, ,,,. .' 'T' ' " ' ' """" "" """"""" "x """19 1O'w-1-'af:'l'mr-vhrpwnw.-'....r Q- ...f,-gp... Q,-A----...,,., , . M. ,, FIRST DIVISIO BMC EARL FLOYD SN MICHAEL IACKS SA GALEN KEIPER SA RALPH KERN 5' SN TIMOTHY KING . Q6 OX rw n -nl I I I 25 A! l :H .v. lin.: au 11"-lfhi Q A YH! llU.lng.lullu1 SN RANDALL KLINE A 6 5-.KTTQIIX SN JAMES LAIRD I Sf I L g ' SN VITQ LASALA I r :' I 2 2 .. SA STEPHAN LOGAN 5 'L'-f ? r .Li I L . T 15' ' A S ,figs . M ., f-tg rf X f 1 S ., .,. -...... . .:-- --Q..-,vw-4-,,....fg...,p..,-.4 .-.,. -4-,gl uf.. n-g-.,..,?. -rn. .r fo-v-1.-r nv I FIRST DIVISIO PSRR SN MARK MAXWELL SN JAMES POUSON SN DARRYL PRINCE SN JON QUARLES SN MICHAEL ROBERTS HAZARD . , ,,,,: 1 ,Q S I 1 Qzgfl' ff , ' I 'L L-LL ,S C w ,J Wai' .1 MW ILL, I OUT VU :Hg W SA ROBERT SN DAVID SARGENT SA ANTHONY ROCKWELL SIMMONS N Y SA DAN SIMMONS SA DONALD SMITH '03 . .pf .-,Hs am.. .... -.4....... ,V 'J.,. SN STEVEN SNIPES SN VINCENT SN VERNQN STEVENS STANBERRY I7 . - , 4,,.. . ,,- ,..... ... . ,,,--aL., -. --.Lg-,4...,,'1'.,,.... .,.E-.,-. ,-....,.....,...-. -.-., ,..v .,.,..,. f L,,.....-.-44.f- -.- ' " ' " " " """ ""' "4"-"" -"""'v"""--"'-all it-wr-'.vr'umuvanf-.-,Pg-,-,.,.,-,-qw.,. ,--,.,.,,,.,,-.. ,. -, ,, .,,,, FIRST DIVISIO SN BRUCE TEMPLE SN HARRY SN WARREN TOBEY THOMPSON SN CARLOS VAZQUEZ SN JAUN VERA SA NORMAN WAITE ? wg BNYX 1HlfUi 1 Y Fl Z iii! vly, 'bin--. -ati 1 SIM-1f' XgL , SU T, S f-QW 4 J ? MY UI ,PHY Luwcsuovu AeA!-aunihk 5 ' gg BS-A A ,, fZw"m'e'kL ,W Q f W W 7 W 5 iw W W' f X 4 ,!, "" , f , . M V 'WW all X 3, 5, W fa A , I , ' 5 1 ff K My f'TTA M S A L, 13 I f ' 8 if ,f ,, , Hwy Q ,Q , Tm 18 X fi? wk .,.. . ,,,, . ,, .- QM., .. , .,...Y,,- ...fy . .4 .v--...V -. ..- -- A. .j..,-- , 5 V A: ff 5..- :und 5 LT JAMES DAWSON SECO D DIVISIO The men of Second Division operate and maintain all deck equipment aft. They stand underway Watches at Bridge Control Stations and Inport Security and Quarterdeck Watches. Second Division operates and maintains the flight deck when an air detachment is not embarked. Boat crews are drawn from the well trained roster of the division. "SECOND DI- VISION IS SECOND TO NONE." BMSC JAMES CANNON M -4 . fav ii, 1 T fi' mxfp . 02 ,, I Q ,. fff x 33? f . -.-1 Ti? 'QW Im .ct ,. -I 4 1: S I R l -" V f- -I 7 X I BMI ANDY BROGDEN f BM1 GARY CHARETTE ,I f fi1'f?if'f'f'c 'L ee ,gf " X ,J , ti BMI PAUL COON BM2 JIM CINN BM2 RANDALL BM2 JOE STANICH BM2 RAYMOND MASON 19 , - .- ,.,.....-V-..,-.f r,. r .-.....,....... .,--Y. - -' ' "' ' ' STEVENSON '- v v, .--g-1.-...Ju-.-1 1,f.- .,...:,-Y.:-' --A --.........-.-....-..-,-. H-, , ,f...,,-..,.f. :.,,,.,,,,,V,L SECD D DIVISID S wx :N L 1 QP' 5 ,fs BM3 THOMAS COLLETTE BM3 ALAN GRAHAM x. BM3 EDWARD MYERS BM3 PAUL ROSS S. BM3 WILLIAM T THOMAS " , BM3 TYRONE VAUGHN w,.4..-..,f,,M SN STEVEN ALBERHASKY SN PRED ANDERSEN SA BLAINE BAREFOOT SN ALVIN CAMPBELL Z0 -f .-Iw .9-f.,.,4. ffwf- - fu---A-'J -A----.--V---H :+-'---g-- A ww-' 'H' " "C "' N ' " ' SECO D DIVISIO SN LOUIS CAPUTO SN RODNEY CORKILL SA MATTHEW DEFORCE SN RICHARD EGLI SN KENNETH FEENY SN ANTHONY FLOWERS 'lug SN MICHAEL FUNKA SN CHRISTIAN ' -, GEORGE SN WALTER GRIGGS SN JEFFERY HAAS 21 ,-W 4,,-..... v ,.,.. ,,, ,.,p.v4.. .,--..,... .,.. ..,...:... ---,, - Nw- SECO D DIVISIO f Q0 f' 413' , Jin' KW 6 I f, Mfg ,wifi " 4 , Qfijw I ,, ' WI ,,f, f M ,if 1 ' if' f , , 5 "!' X I ,,,, ifj!w,ff W 727 'I SA CURTIS HOLLAND SA HORACE JOHNSON 1 K Q I A 1 if: F SN PETER KNIGHT SN JAMES LIND 3 SA BARRY LIPSCOMB SN ROBERT MARTIN SN JEFFERY MESSICK SN MARK MITCHELL ,ff ,,ff W I , , i I A Wh W5f,M'f' ,-41" 'V " f 5- s, I I I,-II X :I I ffi QNX s ah , 44 f fax X vi-,B I . .1 W 4 f ' 'N ff, 4 ,gf ,f W I ' X I RMA I I I X X NAR, I I Q- K I nfl Y 1 I M 1 - QS? 7 ' I ff-f'T , 7, kk I , O I I xr- .Ax V, sk- , M -' Y, ex wif X i I 3.5 i X X , 3, ,Lf Q Q XX 4, I , f 71 I I i R sg' 3 4,1 ,sg 4 W L 1 x XX 3, i Q I N ISL .fd M pup f if M -j X, 1' , ffl, I , -An Z 5 5N 31, . .,.. N.. , .., .1..,,,,.-g....,,..,q --fa..,,,...4,.-.-9-1-af ..-,-,,....-'----,-n- rw-T..-1 .,. --wmv-M., ,-- f'nvv.,.n'-v'-dw f ' --' -If---wf A - . .-.- 4... A ,. , . . I I SECO D DIVISIO X RiANE:m'5mA. rATEL SN DAN1hL PETERSON SA RAY QUINN SN JQRQE QALAZAR SA GMES SMITH SN DAVID TAYLOR SA THOMAS TIRRELL SA ANTHONY WADE rpg, . li ynm, fn ,VI 5, ' , ff f . ff 5 1 WV, I , , I ETS CC FAQS 'fu-'CJCZE SN LAVVRENCE YOUNG f . , ,, .. ..- .... .-,. .4." . J , 4 Vw.-flu, A , . .mt-L.. ...u.1.1.Q:,.-v.,.,.A4.,L,..-..-.s.,...4..,.,..4.44v-.--.Q.-..-.-1 -H-f--m BCD T DIVISIO BM1 JOHN FISHER BM2 MICHEAL MARTIN BM2 DENNIS MOIICA MILWAUKEE's Boat Division personnel are responsible for the material and operation- al readiness of the ship's six small boats. This includes daily cleaning and maintenance, wood and fiberglass repairs, and painting. They work hand in hand with the Engineering Department to keep the boats running. Along with other qualified coxswains from First and Second Divisions they keep the boats moving between ship and shore. Boat Division - "Readiness is our name, boats are our game." MOTTO -- "WE HAUL AT LIBERTY CALL." BM3 MARK ALLEN I BM3 EUGENE FEATHER BM3 scoTT KENDALL BM3 DEWEY LYNN f-ff-"""" fi id' SA HARRY ANDERSON L BO T DIVISIO SA LEROY HAMAN SN THOMAS KLEIN SR DAVID CLAYTON SA GENE CONSTANTINE SR BELTON CROOKS SA SCOTT FOWLER SN EUGENE MUNDY SN JOHN MURPHY SA ROBERT RISHCOPF SN SEAN SKERRITT Y "1 SN JOSE MADERA SN ANTHONY MASTRONICOLA 222 g '2f""Y - W4 Www f-.1 l -sn ug an V... .4.,..,,,....,---.vw-,Q-"-"U'::i 101-rw v?":mv-n---pw-an-v-...r v- .-v,-4... f-p 0 1 f-,nu -0 4. STREAM DIVISIO ENS DANIEL CLYNN MOTTO is: "ANY STATION ANY NA- TION." These Electrician and Machinist Mates maintain unrep Winches, lighting, wea- ponsfcargo eleveators and motor whale boat davits. Always on call to ensure that MIL- WAUKEE's main battery is capable of any mission at any time, day or night, any weath- er, they are proud to be a crucial element on- board the Navy's finest AOR. J 2 b MMC HAROLD JONES 1 m??n Wai' Q EM1 WILSON BASALLOTTE MM1 BRENT JOI-INSON MM2 WENDELL ALBERS MM2 MICHAEL HAMILTON EM2 JAMES MUNNS EM2 REX SETTLEMIRE . ,,..,. Y, - ...- ,. .- N. ....,i--... ,.. , ,..-zz..- .4,.a.-A .-4..o-..... 4 - .-V 1--VG. V Y- i H .--Q , L ' 'P V-- .-.--Av ..,si..1-.... ., ..-W . , H :I lf? STREAM DIVISIO EMZ CLIFTON TURNER MM3 CHRISTOPHER DAVENPORT ?5!lQ 4. f-up jw- X 1 W" "" MM3 DONALD CRAY EMFN IAN PAVATA MMFN EIEDWARD MM3 JON HARTLINE MMPN WILMER POPE M13 . . , ,........,-nn IIARMON . ...,.-....v1 . W.-vfz. . ...- DERW Y REPLENISHME f 1 ATM ff ww, if W WZW W WKZW W f WW? W ,ff , WW f 4 r , 1 .nv- ,,...1.-0' s f 4 mf f ,,,,,,,,w f gf Q V, , www! 'L .xy 'N -1 . I ' :M In h A ,Z , dm , Q 9 R 5 y X! 28 .1 5. DERW Y REPLENISHME A 4 -ff Q X .9 Q "' , ff 5,, ,Nf 1 fe Q, 1 7 ,X W, f ,,, ,wa W If X , ' I I n f f f WW 9 Z W Z 7 7 Jw W f 1 and I W, -M, MN W 'Q' wx X I A M g K W Y' 'K 0' WW is Rm ... I U -.9-...apr--v '- yum.-' A--9-1.-1v,...1--.--, ff... -..f,.f,,-,,,....--rv-,.,.,,..,,,,,ua ,,,,,,:A,,7,L1,.-f H rw I ,V DERW Y REPLENISHME n,, X . we we s 'Hussain what Vinum Kwai thimw Wyman 911 if WMKKNQS VKTQIW I "'XX Waiffiwi' "Silk m .fi '451 fm 7L3 W"""'2 MVJWA If Q. L Bm 3 0 so Q5 'KA x.xX N gg we i 5 R wink, " 1 ii 3 4- E E 5 3 r 1 K QE QA: .L+ hwy' ,, , ,. J-.1 . ..- cg r ,I , :JP ' DER REPLENISI-IME i M' aa -7 -.1549 sg ,L 16 kiwi 13 51 ... gy 1-:1..f.,r . - ...,,.... N--..--..-..,-0.4-,..,...,-. ur- -f-.f..,.....,. H .-. n, . N NCJNEERINC- DEP RTME LCDR ALAN CLOCK CHIEF ENGINEER Through the course of 1986, MILWAUKEE diligently met the chal- lenges of a demanding "deployment" year. The men of the Engineering Department relentlessly gave their efforts to the high level of readiness which consistently allowed us to meet our commitments. Many hours of time and effort were expended gearing up for the March and late October Operational Propulsion Plant Examination QOPPEJ. Specific areas of concentation, including administration, train- ing, casualty control, firefighting ability and material readiness, were closely examined. Pulling together as a team, the Engineers taught each other and progress was always at a peak. In the face of challenge and opportunity they perservered and met the mark of excellence. BSN gunna Q Gm' me RQCK! I 'jk' , ..,.'Quvr.rc ur'?l I,- i P f Y A. "' .f ... - -C 'f I -, Z, , A rr gh. QQYS 7: E' C Q I 6 f 'YQ , If Tngyfl P f ' f .. I EQ - A X 1 ' g- 6 1 ' BOSN ' HEY. .. CHENGIGILEAT Meng! OPSQ Zfusr Sam wivs 'Beat Exmabw Ream 'So You'vc avr nailz -rung T0 WORK on 0PPc...unuPr1: I?" if L-, C I at I X is -. X x 1 N Q 4 ,vr L L X ,. I S' X Q X s rf 32 I E T1-if 252199 +r I 2' .-S 55,155 A, lfHf'P""'ii ' I I im' O i ivaivfi 57" lztilfl r I 2 i I Y "W-. Bm Q .,, ,N .pe ,., ,WPA ,.s,, ...--ssh..-...f-. -,.-..-.. -H ---'- - r-may -f--s - r ' rr'-D f A DIVISID 3 ar.-rn ""-E The Auxiliaries Division, more commonly known as "A Gang", has a multitude ot diverse responsibilities that keep them working around the clock. Every aspect of shipboard operation involves one or more pieces of their equipment. This includes - the 50014 W, 12 cylinder emergency diesel, 13 electric and 3 diesel torktrucks, all six of the ship's boats, aftersteering, anchor windlass and galley equipment as well as the air conditioning, heating, laundry and refrigeration systems. Another major area of responsibility involves the liquid cargo stripping, trans- ter and storage system. Many additional hours are spent maintaining the 680 valves, 30 pumps and numerous piping networks associated with this system. It takes dedication and a tireless devotion to stay abreast of such a job, but they handle it modestly. When all else fails, call "A GANG." , 'ff ' fi ff,, ,f,'gyWfgfH,f f , azfzywr f Www I , W ,,,V 2 W f .A Q ,,:,, MMI WILLIAM HUMPHREYS MMI WILLIAM SWANK 'A'-A: IA ILLIAM LCA N LM2 f,zgfJI'CL I5l-PI'LLL MM2 FRED CRIDLR MM2 KENNETH PINNEY ,,,,,,, -I , I... .g,'..,,,. .. .1 f . fm--Af.-s-.......-...:,,..-f. :Au--I--.f.,.,-....Y M-.. Y V ..-.n. ...T- LT DAVID O'DELL CCR MM2 DAVID BROOKINC MRZ DSCAR FERNANDEZ ,,. 32, . -.-cs'-An. M 'vw '--Q-Mgr'-f-.1 .-..4...,...7,-.v.. ..-ug ,Y-,,.,..,7,5-,v,p-n4.,,,:,,. I... ,. f-fp.-...i,,. A DIVISID MR2. CHARLIE LANEY MM2 BARRY PALMER MM3 RICHARD HALL MM3 THOMAS NAUGHGLE MM2 PAUL PRESLEY EN3 DAVID ORR ENC RANDY STEWART 2 74 if E. , M .1 Q , Z 1 I 2 Za ZZ 4 0' g 5 nr if Z' Z4 4 4 ki m " W! 34 DIVISIO Hair' ,V f , M A W if-I ff W, c I gg -W A fM' f Vw mf . 449 FN .ANTONIO FERGUSON PA BARRY CENTO FN SEAN JGNES FA JIM DECKER Sn.-..-.Q Q 2 Ik QS' I Q A 3 In I --- -,-. .-. ......,-9--,-...-, mv. .,... , FN ERIC OLADOVICH PN DWAYNE SHEARER FA MICHAEL MILLS PA BARRY SUDOL 7 WE, .I I X I 5+ ryviip' , . Weil fy all X D 'sl , li? v f f Mind ' AX,g,gfhf'Jfvv'! I 1 - - pq.-1194.--.-..-Q 1,-0. .....'hw1rs--1.-..-......-.:,q.,-Q. -nr-, rg..-,,. .,,.1 f-51gpf..,-w1,.,... -1 v- - ffm,-.....,1 - Y B DIVISIO BTCS CHARLES CRUMP WW 4 W . . 151, , . . 'I' gy? ff Sv The own three 600 PSI Poster and Wheeler Boilers. Their evaporators produce 40,000 gallons of fresh water daily. Port and starboard is the common watch rotation for these men and one seldom hears them com- plain. They are MILWAUKEE's Boiler Technicians and their responsib- lity of producing energy is never taken lightly. Steam is the lifeblood of any ship. Working in an environment of noise, heat and constant demand, these men are concerned with the many facets of controlling boiler water chemistry, regulating fuel, air and water and monitoring associated boiler machinery. They are affectionately referred to as SNIPES, and they're the men who keep the fires burning. BT1 LOUIS MCGLOTHLIN BT1 EDWARD RENCH BT2 RAYMOND BOWEN MM2 SCOTT DAVIS I G. I BT2 CRAIG ENGVALDSEN MM2 GEORGE JODRY BT2 ROBERT MULLINS BT3 VVILLIAM COLE BTS RONAI D DAVIS 3 6 T V I EIS A432 S ig ? i 2 'S E 5 Fflqlk 4 .I 1 rv, I.-,,,.,,,.,-,,,,,,,, ,.,,..,. .A.f,-...-m--.r-Q-.-,,......-..... . -,Vinum v f,-'11-4-af-,-K-,..ff.r-.1..' V ,r uu1-,-.- ..- B DIVISIO X XA y 3 1 M Q 'Nr-2, g f , ,f X f A S 'Q' BTC CHARLES LAUNHARDT BT3 ALBERT HQVVELL BT3 SALVATORE BT3 FREDRICK LOCUE BT3 CARL PETERSON LICAVOII V73 QC' AT" STXJEFIQ FA MICHAH, IALQTIJN' 4 3 - if --, ,1,,.f........f-.JJL......,...-...f-....,.......-U50-. .-.......-........-X. . -.f... HTFA BROCK, BRONNER BTPA LONNIE CANTRELL FA MICHAEL DANFORTH 57 , ,..-, ..-aim f..--'F--k--I A... ag, 4. V -.--v- I Q 1 N-H A, Ax, 1 -vw Q, fu-nr ' -rx-:or ,N--uv-5-'v""" "MILF Il-Hr-M2C"l,::1n-1-uv-ny-in-1-.--r---fr wr- mf-wp..... -V fu- NM B DIVISIO M W, A L ww V ' ,V X yy., ' "wwf Q I ff K fx I I., V M , 'VD f 'U -'va W! QW 6: 1. 1 2 3 S I I .Q 9 W , Vg W ,Wf ' 5 gg I W 'Qi BTFA RUSSELL DOOM BTFA MARK EVANS BTPA PETER GALLELO BTPA RICHARD GLUNT FA BRUCE GRAY wwf W' .K Xxx. , BTFA MARK MCGRATI-I PA RANDY NIXON FR JOEL RASHKO FA JOSEPH SAKOFSKE BTFN MARTIN STOCSDILL 38 LTIG PETER PINNEY E DIVISIO P- P49 i Electrical Division, known to the men of MII.- WAUKEE as the "E Commandos," is composed of both Electricians Mates QEMSJ and Internal Communication Men QIC MENJ. While under- way, the EMs stand watch on the switchgear QEMOWD monitoring the ship's electrical load. At the same time, an IC man is in the shop 24 hours a day ensuring that the ships gyros are constant- ly up and spinning. E Division can always be counted on to keep the ship's spaces lit, the telephones ringing, the motors running and the SITE TV in proper run- ICC PAUL CROW A Z ning order. lvl rw "" 949 -4 Qu-1 , 'L "' " "' 4' ""' """" "" ""Y 11-'w-f-w"FLrznv--.1-Q-:v-.....-....f ef .,.,-., .... W, E DIVISIO EM3 EMMANUEL ARCELONA EM3 LARRY JOHNSON EM3 SCOTT BRAUNSBERG EM3 TODD CALDWELL EM3 DAVID IAVAUX EM3 BRIAN JENSEN EM1 BENNY SMITH IC2 PAUL CARSTECKI EM2 JOSEPH HEARD EM2 CHARLES RAMOS EM2 GREGORY SIME EM3 IEFPERY LUSK EM3 MATTHEW MQCLELLAN IC3 MICHAEL MONTACNE ICEN WILLIAM BROYVN EMPN NICHOLAS KOBELIA P 5 sta 0 I' li" ,a 'f :NI 'l l I Q '.l ., za, gli: ., 'lin E 'si v Wi vc xv. fu Nl is A K X K A E I I EMEN LTTUTOED ICEA DAVID DTTNEY ICEN DAVID TCRUZ ICEA MARK TIDMCDRE MAI..-XGA p 1 Q M 4 I My ,W ' fig ' if I ii A ' xw' I :S Ii I r'i"7 ICEN MARK YANNITY ck ,fi y I . ICC VVILLIAM HICKOK 4 X I X '5?'f, '4 W E il I I EMC KENNETH BUTLER W R DIVISID Repair Division, MILWAUKEE's Eire Department, is responsible night and day to ensure that the firefighting teams and crashcrew teams are always at the peak of their readiness. Professionally known as Machinery Repairmen QMRSJ and Hull Technicians CHTSJ, they operate as a tight-knit group of repair specialists. Their areas of maintenance include all piping, ventilation, firemain, drainage, flooding, educator and hydraulic remote operating systems throughout the ship. Virtually every space onboard belongs to "R" Divi- sion in some way. They are also responsible for the ships's five repair lockers, the eight twin agent systems, the HALON 1301 and the numerous fixed and porta- ble C O2 stations. Their ingenuity allows them to tackle jobs that involve welding, pipe patching and parts manufacture. When there's a job, Repair Division goes into action. They live their motto, "NO JOB IS TDD TOUGH." O . ., Z l Z., HT1 RICHARD LANE HT2 WILLIAM GRAHAM HT2 KENNETH HOGAN HT2 MICHAEL STEX ENS HT ROBERT IN LXLLQ 42 - R DIVISICD Mum., -wmv' , ' .A+-Q xqsv, -x wx A-x 'fjymxx 3 w X A 'W A xx A' :ff - E X - gg X K ! A I , X X, ff XQXX fi X SX if ag , , :Q A NX S +V 'ff lx 'ii X 2. Nix! 1 Q X ilrlf " .1 X . - K Q QR. fp, X xx, a A N 'i 1 2' X HT2 EDGAR WHITE X 41 9, i ,x :SX 6 2 S is HT3 JAMES BAILEY "TZ PA"JD'Y' GLASCOVV HT? JOHN HAIL HT3 ROGER PHELPS 41 0, I , , ,,,,,,, , ,....-,. ,.,.,.f,.--. .....,..,.A...-.,,-. - f- -A-In ---- W-- HT3 DOUGLAS TENNYSON S -M Qu-vw--1. -f.-.-. nv- -fue Q--yr' 4- 4--uv, ,Q-yr-.4,f--54454-f .,,Y,.,. ...,...y.,. ,.,,-',,,.,,,-.,..,,,, .,,., . R DIVISIO HT3 KEITH TUCKER N I 'l, X 'J K I HTPN CHARLES BROWN Q 4, If-4-n,,, xg.. HTFN MICHAEL HTEA RAYMOND GREGORY SALAZAR G j V322 5 "v .IL I fl I s I W. HTFN RICK WEDDLE ' ' ' I A 44 HTFR ERIK INILLLOX 235Y:fi'S-.-" , ,,. A , .--w' ,......-it . ,. .1-.--.,. ---fn----M --f-M----'-v -- 'K """" ' """1' ' " M DIVISIO MMI G.-XRX BARER MM1 IAN COLDBERG MM1 IOEL REDD 3, ' x M it W ,y,,, TX The Machinery Division onboard MILWAUKEE is the best any- where. To this division falls the responsibility of maintaining MIL- WAUKEE's two 16,000 shaft horse power engines. Four ships service turbo generators CSSTGSJ, rated at 2000 kilo watts apiece, supply the ship's electrical load and require constant care and precision mainte- nance. The Machinist Mates of "M" Division are also busy with the many pieces of associated equipment housed in the engineroom. In addition to all of this, they are also responsible forthe 5000 gallon lube oil and 110,000 gallon potable water systems. All of this is done in a consistent and professional manner. Also because of "M" Division, those twin screws never miss a turn. Togeth- er, B and M Divisions "KEEP THE EIRES BURNIN AND THE SCREWS TURNIN." MM2 KENNETH MM2 NICHOLAS KIRBY MM2 RICHARD MM2 WILLIAM MM3 JAMES BLOOM BLANJKINSHIP MORRISON VANDERIACT K' 4 J f .-,.-f .4..-..-..,.'r,-r- --..f.,........y..'-a V ---V -- -" " " L A tittf f v ENs 1EssE MAYFIELD ---V, 41- 1 --r+-P-.-1,w-.414-... ny- H.-U.-:yu-Q-Q--.-fa-,,-.rp 'n.,,,3 1,'.-,,.',.,q-.,5,u,..,,,,',,,,,,,,,.....,,,,, ,,,.,,,,N ,,,..,,,,,,M.,, M DIVISIO vnvlgg wk Qf 2, i ffi, 1 T MM3 TROY LAVV X 99 wr S X . ..., X MMC ROY DAHLQUIST H ' if T' T -T S! 2 ',,,...-,iff T .,..---'f T wg f U X- Txi l , 6 Xwx L K I . AXNXQQ .,,,,, , f 1 T M X MM3 MICHAEL PEMENT TNA w T X K ,Q L Xi . , N fi R ww? 7 y f.,-A S X T gpg 'N N Ki X , xx X 5 A X ,f T . f T X MM3 STEVEN SMITH l MM3 TOSEPH TANEY MM3 RUCER THOMAS MM3 NEIL WEITZEL MMFA ANTHONY MMS PRESTON ADDLEMAN THORNTON 46 ' '-MY 2 S . ..- ... -V-.4-r ---.f-1-.. yi-., - .----wp - 4-pn.---w...f-4,--n,...-.,..... --.--,1-.,.-. . ff-wp.-v ---1 - "-' - ' 'V+ ' 'H' f ' ' " "" ink P 8 ,, DIVISICD 3 nu, 3 .-ga 2 5 , 1 i uv 3 'Q s E V! 2 Q, f' Z MMEN SPENCER ARNOLD U f ,wi NN. N , -s 'KH MMEN KEVIN BLEICK ' f E "' Xi, ' 'V , h f' V u ' F , is 1, -4 ,Y .pn V AKA' ,,,,, I 4 X , G , . J' MMEN JAMES CASH bln 'f"fT5P 'fiif' f 5991' MMFTJ 5P4NX1'l. MMFN JUSTIN MMFN ROBERT MMEN ORDELL VYF2f"VlV'i MITC HELI, R Li55El I, SACKMAN , - ,f .. A -. 4 -.-..-. ...,.....--new-----v-.---ww --'- -'-'4'-- ""' 'L "" ' H X X I , f W, W fi URK fl wp ,, ,ff HM I ........f-4-v .,,., .c. V THE CREW THE WATCH THE CLOCK TICKS BY: EACH . . . SLOW . . . INEXORABLE MINUTE. THE SOUNDS OP THE BEAST SURROUND ME. I CAN FEEL THE BEAT OF ITS HEART. I MONITOR ITS FUNCTIONS AS IT BREATHES HOT STEAM AROUND ME. AND PUMPS ELECTRONS THROUGH ITS VEINS . . . I KEEP A RECORD OF ITS EXCESSES I HEAL IT WHEN IT'S SICK. ITS LONG TUBULAR LEGS TURN AND TURN AND TURN. I KEEP WATCH OVER THE BEAST. LARRY C. JOHNSON USED BY AUTHOR'S PERMISSION ffm ,-. ,, N., JT.. .. -gm .,-,y.., ..,.. .--... ...ggu.f-- - - -1' -v '-f' f" L' ' Nw x fi' y Z gf W if CDRK ,M H 5 zffv 2 , V S V W, i gi S I Q w ,fp-03. , . 1 ibm- 'll A- ' ' """"""1"" QE ,qs g :YW I 55 , ,,,,.,.., .....,.,-,,...........v. 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Whether we are orga- nizing a ship's picnic, acting as the single point of Contact for deployment logistics, pro- viding laundry services, serving as MAT- CONOFF or performing any of the myriad supply services for which we are responsible, our motto for service is "IT DOESN'T GET ANY BETTER THAN THIS." LCDR THOMAS Y.f'O1'DA S' SUPPLY OFFICER if 1 I I ,, ' ' A+ I .. W ,-wtf A X ,NA,,.,,.,.f - ,i,,f""' C "'i':5f , . .X ' --X .S Nt' n""'4-nu tri P x . .. U., W ... .,. -. -.. S. ma--- .....:..:-....... i.....,., .....,.:... .n..-. ,.,,,. . , L -AW! . -A 4, 'W A.. , -.. -- .... .....-.-.-P.. ... ., ,.. ,... SKC THOMAS BULLIS B 1 mf, K 1 is it A . I '- ,.. fa-u.,,,, X' - . Al Ad 7 4 f ljyw U . S ,X 5 4 'aa M , K.. . I f ,,- If ' " gt I 1 5 Q he gt I W F YW 2 Ii , I , H SK2 PHILIP HAWKINS , ,, M., 1,...,-..,,. J .......,.,......,....e.,.-......4'..i-,, .,-- ---'-- f-- W "' The Storekeepers of "S-1" Division have a vital role on a replenishment ship like MILWAUKEE. They or- der and handle all parts and supplies for our own use and for our customer ships. They also order and ac- count for cargo fuel, and are accountable for SAC 224 Management. In preparing for cargo transfer, the SKs go into action, staging pallets of supplies at the "un- rep" stations and on the flight deck for transfers to our customers. SK1 RONALD JEDLOWSKI SK1 TIMOTHY KIEPER SK2 ROSS ALESSANDRO SK2 THOMAS RAYMOND SK2 THOMAS WILT 65 J., -Q -,-... ig. 4. .,-..- ON YOUR MARK GET SET . . CO!!! ,,.. , .- .... ,uk c..,.,, L S-1 DIVISIO I I SK3 CHRISTOPHER SK3 MARK BARRY SK3 WILLIAM BIQRNETT BACHISM P f X 2 W, ,, SN ERIC BARNES SKSN TYRONE COOK VW ' , f " . N.. - X UZ P gf 5- J, wf ,Q SA MARLON DEBNAM SA SHELTON MILLER 4, ,.,, ,QN . .,,,.-- -,..,,',,.,.,g1. uf- L'-.,- -- Y-fy.,-------in uw--7 ......-- ---P 1- - .--- , - 'A-.1-f v- -Y -- S-1 DIVISIO SN VINCENTE PEREZ SKSN ZANE STRICKLIN SKSN THOMAS SULLIVAN 4 W ,W I W 5 2 Z -. , S ,5 f , "' 1, ,.f" Q, 1 67 ' 4 V. r ,--44-fnlQ--d1- - -uv--111 fnlv- - yW7Zfi3V "V,f', , nf, M f LW' " " ' 9: SN STEVEN TALBOT SKSN JOHN VANHOOK SKSN LAWRENCE WALLACE -..,.,........v..,-P. .-.L ,.,.,g,, ..-W , Z DIVISID ENS PETE MADRIGAL Our Mess Specialists provide meals to over four hundred men, a task that keeps them busy from before sunrise to midnight, day after day. Planning menus and having adequate stores on hand is a part of that responsibility. They expertly provide food service to the Captain's Mess, Wardroom Mess, and Chiefs' Mess, and Enlisted Dining Facility, and cater special events such as ship's picnics and visits from dignitaries. ig'g -I LQ - " .ga "Tl . 5. J . , - t i T 1 " 'f m 4' f 1 -I ' " ? Q il gf ' l 1 ll 'I .SEE TIA1' usa me-au as Choflbq lu 'nie unnnou Maiul M S1 ARMANDO ASPERIN W ws M51 RANDALL BLONG MSI GARY VN ALKER M52 ROY MICKS i ' ,M sr, MS2 TAREN NEVILLE MSS CLIFFORD BL RT 68 its X , 5 W P1 a p va Q- 4 ' - -f " I "Hv""' "' ' ,: l..-.x., 4-ar ....--.-..- .. ..,..,..I , . f---., - f ' '--. '----- - DIVISIO M53 MICHAEL DENI5E M53 DONALD MILLER M53 LIONEL OLEU5 M53 M5C TEODORO GRANADA MICHAEL STUCKEY M55N ROBERT FULLER I fu W ,, ,W W W f : X M I , ZW 'MQ C A 2 Q W, f. if ffl X , 5, f , X W A Vw ' ,X 3-1, 4 43 , ,,-If W ,Q fl 4, W M af M Q ,f 2 , , W , 1 , If 7 X Q ,Q f X, aa X 4 1 ink. , ia ,Z WA W 'H g 1 W ww cf, . , ff' f ,,,,,g, ,, ,, :,4..,1.,.v ..--f. J n.,-.,.-4.6.1 , ,..-.,,.-nv-A -f-.1 f ..f--.......--.-4 --M f--- --M --H '-' ' f' "" ' ' " DIVISIQ SN TIMOTHY HABERER MSSN NEIL HUTCHINSON ii , ' W, y,ZfWff""""' W! 5 7364 , ' 7-YQK ,X 'Q W I M53 PAUL WAGER MSSN JOHN L.LxBEL1.,f, MSSN ,ION NASEUUS ,70 , . , V ., . .. -....-n,,.,-fi f-ny-..-...,.,vuf r -fn r-0 .Q . ,,,-9--....-..?g- .-p-.-r-Q.q'1.,....f--up In-nr-v--4: Y- pvrvv-vvf -nf , , u ,. ...a ,,,,,p4i -u-mu1"1t"'-H Qvi-1,390 . . S-3 DIVISICD LT MARK OHL 1 V E 7 ,A QW, ,Z f M M , W , ,, a Wfhile at sea for long periods the ship must remain self-sufficient. This is where the Ship's Servicemen fulfill their all-important role - laundering clothes, cutting hair and providing the crew with full vending ma- chines and ship's stores. Their services make for a neat and happy crew. l SH1 DANIEL GUSTILO SH2 JOSEPH FISHER vf, ff, ,, V- IVCIJY L 1 'fgpil 1I-.V.:-.K W--. 4. V - . .-.114-In ..,,.4r l X T 35" 4 si ' X 1 - wife Y i xi ss Y il ' as ew G fi .N i 1 circ L T sm NOEL ESPADA SH3 JOSEPH MILLER 7' 'Q I . I -'M - ,..00,,1MuA,rW N AMW QVVQ W, .,, ,4Y, ,.. L.,,,,,...,....h..,Y .,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,g,,,.,.,,.4.,..,.-.....-..-,..g...,,44v-,.--...-v H- -Q 62- -M "' 'N' S-3 DIVISIO SI-I3 RANDY PERRY SI-ISN MICHAEL BISH SHSA ANDRE CROSS W ly ,aww , ,, v1,, -Q. 1 SI-ISR SAMUEL GARZA SN JOSE OLMEDA - ,, ,WMZ,!,,W , ,V , 7, QW ,Z W , Zi 3 , M , 5 xiii 4, Nnn1Gik"R 1 - . .. .. , ,Y A ... -. ....... , .,.,-- - .,--um ... ......,-- .-, ....,:... ....,..-, ....g..--..-....-,1.- .u.V-..4,.,,,..4--. , ,, .,,. - ,..- ...,.,..- .. .1.....-. E, -,.,. , , f .,,.,,, M . -4-Q--... wa., ...Ji .-.,,. WK..- .f,,.. -u-.H .- -4-:---,,,.---- - f H,-1 -1..,-- . f--v-1-I ' V" 1' S-4 DIVISIG of, 5,5 Our Disbursing Clerks keep us paid, no small task for over four hun- dred accounts! They also facilitate DK1 DAVID BETTIS personnel transfers into and out of MILWAUKEE, keeping pay records up to date and providing travel allow- ances, etc. Their role in paying con- tractors is just as vital to our readiness to serve the fleet. DKSN VINCENT REMSON DKSN ROBERT X 5.3 I 1 fi Wy! , 4 ,VWWM , f u12v '.. f V f4Lv.. u-H 1 13 2 if Z f f 73 ,.,,,..-..1.,., -...-.,......,-..4,,,.....,,4c--M ---.f..,.,.a.....f-.1 . W- ,-1--fe-H -- f if FERRYMAN ,,,, :zz W gf ,, S-5 DIVISIU LTJC ROBERT RICKEY GMG1 ALAN LINTZ . H 1 x I' 'f'--1-".??4-- X! Y! 5 I The Gunners Mates of S-5 are responsible for the transfer and stowage of all the ship's ammu- nition, both for our use and cargo ammunition. They maintain the ship's "VERTREP" Qvertical replenishmentj and "CONREP" Qconnected re- plenishmentj gear, ammunition magazines and sprinkler systems, and ships armory. The GMCs man the 20 MM cannon and 50 CAL machine- guns, SRBOC and a host of small arms. While underway they stand watch in aftersteering. Through many drills and firing exercises they live up to their motto, "WE MAKE EM COUNT!" .y- L CMG1 BILL SPAETH GMC2 EDWARD GMC2 HERMAN MUELLER CMC2 MELYIN DEMOREST WOODARD 74 -h',,,,,v,'-.,-,, ,,,,,,,,.,..-,.,,, ..f:,x.....x.-.Jar-4.---, 4- r'-v-I-4' S-5 DIVISIO if,- ,Wwe CMC3 BRYAN GMC3 EDMOND GMG3 THOMAS GMG3 DONALD HUMPHREY JOHNSON MOORE THEDFORD GMCSN RONALD CORTES GMCSN THOMAS FRISOUE GMGSN MICHAEL FITZGERALD -WJ' I 4 A . -J..-..,..,-,. 1 ,. -,.,...--.-..A-...L ,,......-- Wp ff .W W f 4 4' M , f , Q X LV V mn W , ' "W L ,, T H , ,MW jaw- .-.,.,-..........-f. . r-N, F-,-m,. ...,.,,v-L, J -- -- -f -- gf Na A 'X , w STEEL BEACH PICNIC ,. ? ,Q ,f i ,eu 555 f f Y' Q OLE MIL S OWN REAGER AND THE BOS N XL f L 8 Q if Nw X , R.. 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' A 4 55 I CTI-hir. : gg 7 - JQ.,g,,N.,wd ' , J ' , YIEWO Eff ' N 1 + J? gf, 0 S-A . 'N A h ., I f L + -P 2 P' D , 5 , 1 .f r 1 ,J sb IJ 7 W Q 3' nj V1 !,. f ILA J, ' 1 ." as , A? 60' Q L' I xl I ' Q . , L ' 1 4 V .,. I I U JSA ' ,S 'J I . 6 . Z If ' :P - .Q bi- . b 7 la A , l D M k 0, in H fi Q A sb I jx M' 1 'A fff-1. v Y, A if -J fly, ,fwfr I r 7 E, -T 79 OPERATIONS DEPART N . LCDR RORY WATERS OPERATIONS OFFICER The Operations Department is responsible for the schedule, movements, safe navigation and defense of the ship. Utilizing the assigned rates of Electronics Technician, Eire Control Technician, Operations Spe- cialist, Quartermaster, Radioman, and Signalman, the department tracks and identifies surface and air con- tacts, provides navigational data to the bridge team and Commanding Officer to ensure timely and safe transits, maintains all electronic equipment and, in case someone gets unfriendly, provides main defense against air attack. Overall, think of us as the "head" of the MILWAUKEE providing the eyes, ears, mouth, teeth and most of all, the brain of the ship. ' Zi 1 ff! -fy 2' Xlf'2f, jg R , aff I fl 1-Qff',s .,,,,4 Al., 7 . Ii I w-- - cconfxx S as -T if , .- V X -- ---44,1 .. .5 -U R . Xi if , I as I, f-E 5 l wh at ci' ' I luv -x,,g , ' ' l' 55511 4 r . ,II X ' -Oil - . I - S . T ,qu -C SY. to TUX: I , .ft--affr.iftfe"'ff I I ' 1 I " ff Ill- , , X 1 l ills I X SQ! Sm CMI Mm 'Wm . . I- -A -- ,I ..- .- I .---fwfr-.M-Q--..-mp-.Nqr ----..- . -V-.f5,.,-..-.K-,Hr-4---,...-,...... .. --V.. .-. , v,,f,.-L., -1 -- P.-. W- , -V ... -. . nf ,F . -- -s ., NT, 3 ji ENS JOHN CARMAN OC DIVISIO Z3 -' OC Division is composed of Radiomen and Signalmen who are responsible for all external communications. Radiomen process incoming and outgoing message traffic and set up the cir- cuitry which allows the ship to communicate with shore stations and other ships via voice radio. Signalmen are responsible for visual com- munication by means of signal flags, flashing lights and semaphore, which are the principal methods of communications with other ships during unrep evolutions. RMC GERALD ARBUCKLE ,M SM1 MIGUEL RM1 MICHAEL HOUSE RM1 HUGH PETERSON RM1 DANIEL SWEET RM1 RICHARD CALDERON WALKER SM2 GREGORY EYLER RM2 JOHN HOLDEN SM2 DENNIS MOORE f-.noi 1 9 , f Q ,, 51 RM2 RICHARD SM2 JAMES EEHER RM3 GREGORY PALMER RM3 DALE POPOVICH JACKSON HJ 7- 4 f- --.f-..v.......-.. ...-,.-r,-vm --f..-.....f...., . .. ...H an-W is Q ---- -9.-.4-A-V-A-.4... .-.5,..N,-.,.,5.q-....,.q1f---,ws-1n-q-9Qf.pp- , ,, -up-.11 , f OC DIVISIO RM3 VICTOR MARTIN RMSN TONY CURTIS LT THOMAS HIBBARD SMC TIMOTHY GREGORY RM3 RALPH MASEK I I RMSN STANLEY HADRICK RMSN DAVID IRELAND RMSN ERIC TROTTER 82 RMSN DANIEL NAPOLITANO SMSA KENNETH CONNER - - -Y , .. ... 1.7. , .-,. f-,---.4 -.-...4.... ...-..,.4. .-. .a....- --any., Q'-.g:...,:...,.,... .4-4,.v.....,..s.4I.-4.-g..-L..gu..,,,,, ., --,. ,,,, , .,.,,,, W.. . ,,, ,, Y- Q Q Hn A V V - L - ' 1-,'QLE'! Ai 'MK ay AVE. gyi iw ,W ,y-P5 Qc DIVISIO N -F .s y . Q , A xx . in RMSA JAMES DUFFY RMSA BRUCE JOHNSON SMSA FRANK RMSA CARL PALMER MUSCARNERO F X xyf H MMR SMSA GUILLERMO RAMIREZ SMSA THOMAS RAK XX xy I s ' Q, ,, . c ,,n0- k N, I Q f X I ,ev X f 5 I I if SMSA HALFORD THOMAS RMSA REGINALD WOODLEY CDE DIVISICD The Electronic Technicians are re- sponsible for the maintenance and re- pair of the communication equip- ment, radars and electronic navigation equipment as well as various other pieces of electronics such as the SNAP II and copiers. On call 24 hours a day, they are armed with multimeter, oscil- loscope, and tweaker, ready to do bat- tle with any "spurious tron," that may be wreaking havoc upon the ship's equipment and defenseless OODS, RMS, OSs, or QMS nerves. ,ff f ff ,ffl f , X X! V Q' A fi? ff S C 'X -lf f 75 Oo "Xxx-X!!! . .f1"'-',7,-Z", ,,,- 84 ,.-f- - ---. -- . ,-,. 4-..,1n-q--....--Qu-431.-vm---fs-...,. --.5,.-...-a-.Ap--1zw-f,.....-......- ...q.-',..1,. ., v,.,.,,4.,f-f -- -,L f-- ,, -um,..,-.- OE DIVISIO E21 ENS DAVID KOCH ET1 DOUGLAS CRUMP ET1 DARYL I-IEFTY ETCS DAVID LIGON , .1 1-JZ' 2 . K .1 :L .A ,--. ,-1,4-...-.--.J.,-,L.......-.-..,-4-s ET2 GEORGE VARNER ET3 PATRICK ALMQUIST ET3 CAREY BETTS ET3 ROBERT DORSEY 85 A-,, ,,,,g.,.. ..,..,--....-..... .. ..- ,..,n:. ...Q ..--.,L. NA. r., 4. ....,..,. ,. .,...,, L., ...-.., ,. OI DIVISIO PCC DAVID CAMPBELL -1 I I I 2 I '7 I vs, .Qxh WMM NL ' I2 I A : it Nfv 'X r ima V Q--' O81 ROBERT BAKER O51 MICHAEL HERRON PCI WILLIAM RIVERS O52 MARK BERGLUND FC2 GARY ODOM PC2 ALLAN WHITAKER O53 DANIEL BRADEN OS3 TIMOTHY CARPER O53 DAVID CHAMPLIN V' Q . N I X 1 X , ,w K., I ...I 'VTE 1 FC3 HUNTER GOODE 86 -f -A - -- A---1-f-V -W -- vp . - ,.,,.,.,.-........- ....-.QL- .4,.,......4....E...4.I,...-,-Q....,,, ., , ....,.. .,.....,-,,. .,L....I OS3 KERRY HAMILTON OS3 GERALD McKISSICK OS3 JAMES NED OSSN GERARD DOWNES OSSN FRITZ FONTENOT OSSN STEPHEN OSSN DAVID THIES PICKELSIMER OI DIVISIO , 2 of W, g OSC RODNEY VAN HOUTEN PC3 NORMAN PERRY O53 JERRY VOGHT 1 X-fs V1 - A245 A UM ..YY mowmtu WWE GNT fic" 1 swan ww 7' N l X l 1 X x I ff' ki Q E 3 S-, QQ 191 9 1 x...2 4 , .., S X-'x XX M As operators, maintainers, and repairmen of the Pha- lanx Close in Weapons System QCIWSJ, the Eire Control Technicians are the shield-bearers of the ship, protecting us from all hostile inbound weapons. Although they have never shot a live target, they boast, "WE CAN TRACK A GNAT AT 5 MILES AND PART HIS HAIR WITH A ZOMM ROUND." "IF IT MOVES WE'LL TRACK IT" is the Motto of the Operations Specialists. The OS's maintain the surface traffic picture, communicate with the Task Force and serve as the control center for most underway evolutions. ...fy-V ...M 1,-we --.f.,...-.,,,.. f--- '- - NAVIG TIO DIVISIO LT LEO CARLING QMC PAUL REYNOLDS QM3 WILLIAM BESSEY QM3 DAVID QM1 DOUGLAS SELMON I 'V I E E .x V, "s,.! fx . .IL-al I vi Q 'I' 'I I V I QM3 DELBERT DAWDY SN MELVIN I-IALSEY HARRIS QMSN JAMES QMSN CRAIG 88 .,. .. A-. --. ,.. .......,,---I Y...... ,-.,,.h. .-......-,...,-..-:...- J.. , ,, , YM .du -W ,ia M. ml -'F is A 5- A . ., , . , . .. - - - -.,..- -.--- .....--.vnu 4-.1 -4,.-,gvv-1--..,..--Q--vp-1-as -efLg,.f--':aA--'!-+'f..g-,,..--a-f-va-u-u--i..--.L-' rvnv-n-fffs-+-f--rvrnrf' r'nvs,3--v----M' f ""-'P-1'-nh", - - f' '- AVIG TIG it fig! DIVISIG MlLWAUKEE's Quartermasters assist in the safe navigation ofthe ship while at sea and her secure positions while at an- chor, accomplished through the use of numerous electronic aids to navigation, visual references and celestial observa- tions. Their prowess as Helmsmen re- sults in their assignment as Master Helmsmen, steering the ship during un- derway replenishment and while enter- ingfleaving port. Their underway weath- er observation assists in the forecasting of approaching weather conditions. Pi- nally, they maintain all pertinent charts and navigation publications on a contin- uous basis, entering myriads of corrections. !'f ,ff ,fl ji 1 ,' X if ff, ,ff ff A HELMSMAN S VIEW ,L lv? 89 -- . , .-..w..,n.. Q ... .iiva4...L.z,1.f. g...-.-,-.4.,a,...........,...1.......-4ur---..,gg-.-.:.-4 -.4-,-..-4r-- -f A" .: ,......-ics.. 4. -. -N ...-.'--.,.Y....f,,......-..:-.L - AW RDS s X , K Zn? f ff, ff WH W W W ff Z f'b 90 www f WWWWWWM " WD ff , af, W f . PM I 4 M X 1 9:4 if 1 rs kia km ...+- UK TON A 3 RETU TRIP , tg .NN :Y KZZWQ- f x fa f OUTCHOP OPPE results reported, noted with pleasure. Com the mvol Q-,J4kew!f4Z ---' Qffsvk fifwviwfii-www zSw:ev-as52sw- 'XQQSA45 WAUKEE s shd fenaclw Q 15 a your fead1f1eSS . V- wffsff. f. 4,s,c.,A,rH, W w..s,Qws pawn X f , d ' l ration durin the hectic Sixth Fleet operations really r constant strain on training an materia prepa g topoff to your successful deployment. Well done. i"'- kfl. r successful pleasure. This s professionalism, You and o d. Well X if if iilil s'sf X 9 COMSERX 91 -Y - .-........,,,.1 ..,.f,.. ,. .......... ,. .., ...f --- MILVVAUKEES BIRTHDAY all 353 L HC-6 DET 3 LCDR DAN PULEIO AIR OFFICER IN CHARGE ft? 1 Detachment Three is one among Six Detachments supported by our parent squadron, Helicopter Combat Support Squadron Six, home based at NAS Norfolk, Virginia. Comprised of seven officers and 20 enlisted men, our mission is to support USS MILWAUKEE by provid- ing logistics support to the Atlantic and Sixth Eleets. We do this by transporting passengers, mail, cargo and ordnance for anything else the customers might wantlj via the Detachment's Two CH-46 Sea Knight Helicopters. The air detachment can be utilized to do vertical replenish- ments for ships either alongside or at a distance from MILWAUKEE. Our flexibility allows her to service multiple customers simultaneously and increase the transfer rate of cargo. Detachment 3 also assists MILWAUKEE by investigating distant surface contacts, and providing search and rescue assistance. We happily provide familiarization flights to ship's personnel Cwhen the schedule allowsj to give them the chance to experience flying and see just how much we enjoy our work! Having the air detachment aboard greatly increases MILWAUKEE's flexibility and capability to perform her mission. ,NS If 92 Na. ,,,, -- -, ,, - .. , -, -- fr ,pn . . A -fd ...-.... ,X ,.. .,..,,vff--.- in- -we f -4... -q,q I- av-4:--.,... ---. --f u rv-mmf- r-. r rv U ' HC-6 DET 3 ,,1 n lr fi? If A LT WH-U-A-M BQEH LT STEVEN FANELTY X 35 ' ' IT? 3 -'ah 'f S kings 5 llillg 46.1 4,-Q, QQ?-'E LT LYLE HUMPTON i f i -Q55 Pg '-' -A-D1 BILLY BROOKS AD1 JOHN CUPSTA AMS1 JOE DECOSTA ATI JOHN MILLER AE2 CHRIS CARPENTER 4 . c I . 5 . 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Y,---.r-1, --, ., - P., ,. . .- ,-pu, HC-6 DET 3 LT WARREN SAMOLUK AMSC JAMES MAXWELL AD3 ANDREW AK3 JAMES TERRY AMS3 RICHARD AMHAN DANIEL AMHAN FRED NELSON OLEXSON TICBAYAN MCCLUSKEY AMHAN JOHN WIRICK 0,,,,,wMsm- 'Qi AEAN CHRIS WILLIAMS I 9 '5 . 4,-,M huum, ,4 ,.. .-,. V.. ,.,., , ,. ,,,. 3, , .. ,..-. ,:,....,,,..Af-1..- V m..-.,........A.-vc. .......,-..........,..-. , v-- ,--2-M -' . ' "" -1 1:4 1:1--vs--4-.-.-.uv -,I-,,-E AIR GPS Q., 3 f Tas, W f- , f 2 l y ' W .2 ,, 5 U , ,, 'Y ' i 4 2 2 1 'if ' , EQ f A r I 'E "HEY, CHRIS LOOKIE WHAT I FOUND!" "WHAT DID YOU SAY THE NAME OP THIS SHIP IS, I.YLE?" X-ffx 7 I sea Boss Ms seen z 6 ' Tygmur. mums cum If ka! Q N' Li-fx. -Eff Q- A -A f AEI? NW , gf MI Q e II' 2 A X f "HEY MISTER, WHERE DO You WANT THIS THING?" K '1 Q LQ Sw 96 T - .Q Bw vn' A 3.1-M 1 U-iff! -FQ , Y , df' ,if ',,,a ,. 4 gf' T gf Q . K, Q A af! 5 1 MEDICAL DEPARTME LT FREDERICK DORE, M.D. The Medical Department is charged with responsibility for the prevention and control of disease and injury. The Medical Officer and hospital corpsmen work together in concerted effort to achieve this goal. In addition to medi- cal care, the Medical Department conducts in- spections in regards to safety, sanitation and personal hygiene. The Medical Department is ultimately concerned with maintaining opti- mal medical readiness to support the military mission of the ship. LT SCOTT STEINMANN, M.D HM1 DALE HARRIS HM1 PATRICK KOETHER L , ff f X I HM2 JOHN LENIG Y v mustard it T I 5 2 I 1 MEDICAL DEPARTME NMQSX xgj I .Qi I-IMC STANLEY BARRETT n , I H, HM3 GLEN DELOACI-I HM3 WILLIAM LEE HN GREGORY DAVIS wi' --' W 1 . VX 45 "" Z' V A X ji 5 fi 51 . A ,W 1 V ',, X ,I 8 H I 1 mmf I I YW if 494 ' Q :ji H, 0 rf' I H if f .447 1 I f 1, - I 99 'M M137 , I . .-.,,-.,.,..,.., , -...-,Up ,.,. -...,.,.,............f. V.. ..,-n, . ...-. - 'vu -ew--1-A --14,1--L-p.-1-.-:..a.v..q, - -Q. . -, --Y --, ... Y V - COM A D RELIGIOUS PROGRAM fn f Xi R fl! The Command Religious Program is a unique part ofthe Ole Milwaukee. Seeing to the spiritual well-being of the officers and men of MILWAU- Af KEE is a rewarding task. Maintaining the Ship's CHAPLAIN ROBERT CRALL Librarigalso falls within the CRP's circle of re- CHAPLAIN DAVID LEFAVQR sponsi iity. 1 i , New RPSN DAN CROUCI-I 'Lk as a,,f,,af ,,,. M A' I I I I ilia f I I gi 1 0 0 - -- -.. ... .... ... -..1-.. .,-...J-.--4 -.....4e.,...4...,---,....-Y .--x.-1...4..n......-44..a-4...g.4,.L.h.-.-x...Q..a....-4. ,-. , ... . 04, ..... , ,, , ,An , 1 7 , RHF ' K A ha :X Y Nix 14 1 VA , .,.. ,N-.--H .....,,.-Y.,..A -.- fv"ff3 ILW UKEE'S UTSTANDI G SAILORS SAILOR OF THE YEAR PETTY OFFICER OF THE QUARTER MM2 VANDERJAGT APRIL-JUNE HT2 FORESMAN JULY-SEPTEMBER SAILOR OF THE QUARTER vi L In ff" Y Eff BM2 MOJICA A' x 1 HM3 LEE APRIL-JUNE PETTY OFFICER OF SAILOR OF THE 4 THE MONTH MONTH :ff SN GAGARIN JULY-SEPTEMBER BM2 GOSSETT SN WOODS 101 f-,N.M.......-..Y,.,.,.., Luv- --.,f.,.,,.....f..q --'- -1- - -' PPY ZTTTH 13 GCTOBER 1986 -."A ' f . , fig "Q 1 v-U '1 1 H, .IP 4 ': I S 'W ft' 'f YZF R P t A. ,,-H' X x , Ax , -. fi ,gk U avril ff, Q 4 fL '- r . V if 4 , 1. - 2 . ,gsm 1,115- Q 3,15 ? b tw f sf- hi .1 'fm' 'L ', .Viv-.3'f. ..,,. SJ, I, .,.:g.g.,R,i- ww . -Y at 111 I f ,- 1 4 v a. ' 'Y sl: 'Mx 'IL 'v N" 1 S3 .J WU. x " v 44' 5 ......... , an nf b ., ,K 1- 1 1, ,W f 2, S . mm, f 1. mg., NAVY I am pleased to welcome our French Guests on board USS MILWAUKEE QAOR-21 as we celebrate the United States Navy's 211th Anniversary today in Toulon, France. In 1775, Britain and the American Colonies were going to war. France would play a key role in the outcome of our Revolutionary War and American Independence. Then, Britain was the world's foremost sea power with a battle fleet of 270 warships. The American Colonies had no Navy until George Washington organized a mosquito fleet of six fishing schooners to harrass the British Fleet off of Boston. Soon after that, the Continental Congress spon- sored the creation of a navy and 13 frigates were built. The Royal Navy did not take this effort seriously. This first American Naval Squadron was outgunned 8000 can- nons to 110. The French, early on, aided the American Revolutionaries by delivering weapons and munitions to the Caribbean. Our fledgling Navy then ran a British blockade in order to give George Washington the tons of war supplies needed to fight the land war against the British Redcoats. A In 1777, John Paul Jones, in Command of RANGER, raced to France with news of the American victory at Sarato- ga. This mission was aimed at securing more French support. As RANGER entered port, the French Fleet fired a nine gun salute - the first salute to the American Flag by a foreign power and official recognition of the American Republic. Britain handed France an ultimatum for this act. France responded by going to war with Britain, expanding the American Revolution into a global conflict. Today, members of the U.S. Navy will be cutting cakes around the world to celebrate the founding of our Navy. None of these ceremonies will be more historically appro- priate than what we do here with the citizens of Toulon and members of the French Navy. 102 ,w..,,,e...w-+.-1 www? 0 3 UR EXTE DED CCDMMU ITY On 18 October 1986 MILWAU- KEE sailors extended their friend- ship to 17 orphans in Toulon, France, hosting them to a Navy lunch on the Mess Decks and a guided tour of the ship. It was hard to tell who had rnore fun, the chil- dren or the sailors. X DIVISIO MAC DONALD GETMAN lllll Yeoman, Personnelmen and Postal Clerks keep our important papers in order, filed, up to date and moving! Their flow of paperwork is endless - ship's correspondence, the Plan of the Day, instruc- tions, personnel records, legal work. Executive Division answers our questions. How soon am I eligible for reenlistment? How do I update my service record? What are my rights under the U.C.M.J.? PC1 CLINTON PN1 CLAY CARR BLACKMON PC1 JOHN LAWS ,,- ,Vg 104 YN1 RAYMOND MACDUFF ""' "4 'ff' ---- - , - -.......,..... ,........- ,.r,... ., -.., ,, K A fr N 'If K' JZ ffJ""f wkxkbwg I U .. , ,Y 'fl . 535514 ' .. ,531 ' pf. ulkq :',fffw::p,, sl 61- ,L 55 , gf I ,f yyjf j, if 5 J fig Y, -m wwm - -, NGN 'fihffgwfi vi. V! 0 fffv- f f wi 1 X T' fr fw--1 ,, .hy .fm ff ."-, , L f f 4229 f' . I 1 Qyf NCI JAMES TUCKER YN3 WARREN BOOKER PN3 CHARLES LONG YNSN JEFF JOHNS ew? JO3 GERALD WHITE PC3 THOMAS WILSON SN EMANUEL CUMMINGS 5,3 'fAJ, T L, J i -M al ,. .. -fan. , h .,. . .r:fb..-1-uw X DIVISIO 5 E 3 'Q I -wg SN NELSON GAGARIN PNSN QLIVER MQGAN 'W' YNSN JEFF LINHART ,fa ,Y F B s 4 jllP""" 42: ik fi 2 5 G, 1' N ,tw qw., ,,..-,,,d. ,,,,,,,, , .f ,,,,. , .,,,..., ..-Q-M n--.Q -,,.....-- --.- -.i.,,.v ,...,-4 , f,--.-,Mr 04- - yy --ff-f' H Urns- --- THE CREW wqwff 5 , y WM gffw, Zu--.4 ,WW W I I O Av in we aft ,, W , 1 xx-ww. 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'gf fa f' 4 1 ' X WW 'ihfgkf Wwe Hon Cn ', ' 1 " ' W W 'www W ,IL if "9Q,W, ,H w ' x X I ,,,, N Q Q, X . R. at jr e '55 Hilsmkee up vs," ,V 'gr Q nf ,f Q I Q4 5, '3BnCh1f1 .gf ,. n -,, A Wm ,uw .4 +., " -A -'Ygsfl ..-fy. 2 L 'll Y if '- sw , A-Lg -W. ,-.-.......,4,--..L.g,.,..........,... - ..- - .4,. f- , . -- - -- ...,4g--o-.-.cg-1.-. I I 4 K . . 1--.-.....,.-. , ..................- ..Y. ....,,. , A h MEMORIES ,fm , , W L, , , ,,,,,." , ,M ,as- W 1 , wif' ' ,,f f " ' WML, K , , fa... ,, rm.: ,, , 4.-.-W Memories are strange things. We have so many of them. Many good - some bad. We retain them all. Yet so few come back to us unless we are reminded by a friend, a land- mark or a written word. Over the years, this fine Cruisebook will jog the memories of this great crew, who have served their country so well at sea and ashore during MED 86. We are proud to share this effort with you. W Hwy We tail RC. FRANZ CAPT USN COMMANDING OFFICER 111 ,......,-4.',.,.-f-., 1. - ---.nv--.--V CREDITS CRUISE CRUISE BOOK OFFICER. . . . . . GIAPLAIN CRALL EDITOR ..................... BMJ. COON LAYOUT. . . ............. ENS ALIBRITTON Q! FA CANT RE LL RPSN CRO UCH ' IVHVIJ. GOLDBERG LT EANELTY OSSN PICKEISIMER PHOTOGRAPHYXSALES .......... RPSN CROUCH STAFF PHOTOGRAPHERS .....,.. BMI COON RPSN CROUCH HM3 DELOACH HMI HARRIS The following shipmates donated their photos, artwork and poetry: I I PHOTOS: BTPN ALSTON RMSN DUFFY BM2 MASON EM3 ARCELONA SH3' ESPADA AMI-IC MAXWELL A , MM3 BLOOM LTJG PINNEY MS3 MILLER O SN BOUGHTON MSSN FULLER PNSN MOGAN S SN BURNS MMI GOLDBERG BM2 MOJICA , PNI CARR FC3 GOODE SH2 OEHLKE S W SHSN CROSS' SN HAISEY SN PETERSON at W2 DAVIS MM2 HAMILTON LTJG RICKEY f QM3 DAWDY BMCM HENIDRICKS MMEA SACKMAN ENS MARK ALLBRITTON 453 DENISE osl HERRON SN SNIPES HT3 TENINYSON ARIWORK ENS GLYNN HT2 HOGAN SN KLINE POETRY EA3 JOHNSON The Cruise Book Offlcer and Eoltor express thelr gratltude to one staff for a job well done Special thanks to ENS ALIBRITTON oF the USS FOPLQESTAL -or cuvlng hls t me ln helolng wr H layout And thanks to SN CUMMINGS for tvplng copv THANKS!" 1 L N J. K L .A -.J A . . I -1- 2 . - . Qu ' I A-w . . 0 4 J. .. : . . . . . - l .., Q -J- - LA , - A 4. A .- I. U 07 f 'S , , , I ' I ,-fl' b we .- ., . 1 1.,5Qg2,? Y5g,k3. 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