Morton (DD 948) - Naval Cruise Book

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ORBIS TERRi M DE. CRIPTIQ DUC IIS PLAN 15 HEVllSPH. RilS COMPREHESa j D E D I C A T I O N FTCS Joseph F. Killeen " must go down to the sea again To the lonely sea and the sky And all I need is a tall ship And a star to steer her by ... " John Maesfield JHtiKKIiaiU TABLE OF CONTENTS Dedication i Introduction 2 The Command 3 Engineering 4 Weapons 27 Operations 58 Supply 74 In Memorium 80 CRUISE BOOK STAFF CO-EDITORS: LTjg Crompton; ENS Snider LAYOUTS and ART: EMl Schmitz; ETN2 Mokry CHIEF PHOTOGRAPHER: EMl Schmitz ASSISTANT PHOTOGRAPHERS: 0S2 Serocki; EW2 Wadsworth; EW2 Rowbotham; OSSN Dudleston SALES: ETR3 Jones COPY TYPISTS: OSSN Darling- OSSN Ramsey CDR. JOHN H. FISHBURN Commander John H. FISHBURN was born in Norristown, Pennsylvania in 1935. He attended the Norristown public schools and graduated from Norristown (Eisenhower) Senior High School in 1953. He matriculated at Dartmouth College, having received a scholarship under the Regular NROTC Program. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree and was commissioned an Ensign on 7 June 1957. Commander FISHBURN served his initial tour in USS FLETCHER (DD-445), homeported in Pearl Harbor, from 1957-1960. Upon completion of his obligated service, he resigned his regular commission and joined the teaching staff of the Punahou School, Honolulu, Hawaii in 1961 where he taught senior school English and coached athletics at the junior school level. In 1962 he moved to Pennsylvania and joined the staff of Methaction High School, CoUegville, Pennsylvania. In July 1962 he returned to active duty, serving as ASCAC and Assistant CIC Officer in USS HORNET (CVS-12), operating out of Long Beach, California. From October 1964 to October 1966 he was on the staff of the Fleet Anti-Submarine Warfare School, San Diego, instructing in the Officer Training Division. His following assignment was as First Lieutenant in USS BON HOMME RICHARD (CVA-31) operating extensively in the Gulf of Tonkin during the height of the Vietnam conflict. Subsequently, in July 1968, he received orders as Executive Officer in USS ENGLISH (DD-696) out of Mayport, Florida. In January 1970 he joined the staff of COMASWFORPAC as Project Manager for UPTIDE, a series of major fleet exercises examining advanced tactics and hardware to co mbat the modern submarine threat. ASWFORPAC and FIRST FLEET merged in February 1973 to become THIRD FLEET. On the newly recommissioned staff, CDR FISHBURN served as the Technical Director to the Assistant Chief of Staff for Analysis until his present assignment. CDR FISHBURN is married to former Miss Susan Boyd Brooks of Honolulu. They have four children: Heidi (10), Michael (9), Heather (7), and Hilary Joanne (4). EXECUTIVE OFFICER LCDR. P. E. PATACSIL 1.1 ' LIEUTENANT COMMANDER PETER E. PATACSIL EXECUTIVE OFFICER (MAY 1973) Lieutenant Commander Peter E. PATACSIL was born and raised in Honolulu. Hawaii. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Hawaii in 1960. In 1961 he was commissioned as Ensign at the Officer Candidate School in Newport, Rhode Island. In addition, he received a Master of Science degree in Operations Research from the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California in 1966. He has also attended the U.S. Naval Destroyer School in Newport, Rhode Island and the Naval Inshore Operations Training Center in Vellejo, California. LCDR PATACSIL served his initial tour from June 1961 to June 1964 in USS SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY (LST-1122), homeported in Iwakuni, Japan. During this tour he was assigned to several billets including Operations Officer. He has also served as First Lieutenant in USS INGRAHAM (DD-694), homeported in Newport, Rhode Island, and as Engineering Officer in USS RENSHAW (DD-499), homeported in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. LCDR PATACSIL ' s shore assignments include a 2 ' 2 year tour as a Computer Systems Analyst while attached to the Joint Strategic Target Planning Staff in Omaha, Nebraska. Just prior to reporting to MORTON, he served simultaneously as Chief, ASP Plans and Management Section, U.S. Military Assistance Command, Viet Nam and as Senior Advisor to the Republic of Viet Nam Armed Forces Intelligence Data Handling Systems Center in Saigon. LCDR PATACSIL is married to the former Julia Leon Guerrero of Barrigada. Guam. They have three children: Peter Kenneth (7), Matthew Raymond (4), and Catherine Elizabeth (3). SHIP ' S SCHEDULE Departed Hawaii 11 Feb 74 Midway 14 Feb 74 Inchop 20 Feb 74 Guam 22 Feb 74 Arrived Subic Bay 26 Feb 74 Hong Kong 4 May 74 San Fernando 5 Jun 74 Departed Subic Bay 17 Jul 74 Guam 21 Jul 74 Outchop 23 Jul 74 Arrived Hawaii 29 Jul 74 (IM CHOP C H A W A I I LCDR WILLIAM J. TAGESON ENGINEER OFFICER RCULES iSEL ENGINEERING LTjg WILLIAM C. TEEL DAMAGE CONTROL ASSISTANT LTjg ROBERT TOLMIE MOORE III MAIN PROPULSION ASSISTANT R DIVISION HTC ARTERMIO A. SALISPARA QLKZON CITY, R.P. MMC JAMES BIGHAM ATLANTA, GEORGIA EMC JOSE M. GUERRERO HONOLULU, HAWAII EXFN ERIC A. HOWELL OLIVEHURST, CALIFORNIA FN MICHAEL S. METERAUD DETROIT, MICHIGAN » «j| EM3 TELFILO B. RAi ' ADA ZAMBALES, P. I. HT3 RICHARD A. CONTE NEWTON JUNCTION, N. H. FN HENRY F. DEVADER HOLTON. KANSAS w -- ! J ;twn JSiMi EMFN GARY A. GUTHRIE KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI HTFN CRAIG E. MASTERS ANACONDA, MONTANA N - » ' w- HTl JOSE R. QLUCHICHU HT3 KENNETH J KOOPMAN MANGILAO DISTRICT, GUAM, M.I. DYERS VILLE, IOWA -t B ENFN STEVEN P. DYKSTRA. JR. SOUTH BEACH, OREGON EN2 RONALD H. WATSON ROMEO. MICHIGAN IC3 LEWIS A. KALIN GREENPORT, N.Y. IC2 WILLIAxM G. HANSON RUIDOSO, NEW MEXICO I s. .% EMFNGUYH.WITZEL UNION, NEW JERSEY HT2 JAMES T. GIST BAYFIELD, COLORADO EMFN REGINALD S. PADILLA HAYWARD, CALIFORNIA IP - . r| ENl GERALD E. PATTERSON LANDER, WYOMING 103 HAROLD K. MATHIS, JR. ROGERS, ARKANSAS HTFA ALLAN P. WILLIS, JR. SILVERADO, CALIFORNIA 1 EM 1. JERRY E.SCHMITZ PASO ROBLES. CALIFORNIA ENFA JAMES A. YOUNG GLENDIVE, MONTANA ICl PAUL A. MARCHESSEAULT MELBOURNE, FLORIDA ENFN DAVID W. ELLSTROM PLACENTIA, CALIFORNIA HTFA LARRY L. MATTES MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN ENFA EDWARD S. CHAPMAN. JR. PHILADELPHIA. PENN. EM2 MICHAEL E, BIBB HTFA BENNY J. SEXTON EM3 BIENVENIDO AGUINALDO KALISPELL. MONTANA HUNTSVILLE, TENNESSEE CAPAS, TARLAC. P.I. FN DANILO C. GUMAYA MANILA, P.I. ICFN BILL C. REDNOUR GLENDALE, CALIFORNIA i HTFA STEVEN E. REDMOND BUHL, MINN. WASTEBASKET HT STYLE FA WILLIAM K. KINGSBOROUGH MARLTON, NEW JERSEY HTFA THOMAS E. BROOME KERMIT, TEXAS MU |«iB»«-- q ■ 1 IC3 GLEN TURNER TUCSON. ARIZONA 1t1 p : 1 J— 3 Wf :ikr V ' ' ' ' i Jiiu J HTFA STEPHEN E. HERRON SONOMA, CALIFORNIA MR3 STEVEN R. HAUSWIRTH PACIFIC GROVE, CALIFORNIA FN LEONARD WILSON CHARLOTTE, N.C. ICFN MARK A. GONZALES SEATTLE, WASHINGTON FA MICHAEL W. O ' CONNOR SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA HTFA BRUCE T. HINES CHESAPECK BEACH, MARYLAND MMCS THOMAS H. BORN ST. PAUL, KANSAS MMC WILLIAM F. CORLISS EWA BEACH, HAWAII M DIVISION MMFN GARI L. LOFGREN ALEXIS, ILLINOIS 4 " k4 ' j L FN ISAURO P. RAFAEL MAYANTOC, TARLAC, R.P. MM3 WESLEY M. SMITH TULSA, OKLAHOMA FA PAUL M. TYMENSKI BUHL, MINN. MM2 GEORGE V. MARCEL HOUMA, LOUISL NA FN RICHARD L, RIVERS HAYWARD, CALIFORNIA ATNOSPHEKK MM3 DONALD V. HEESEN, JR. HOLLISTON, MASS. MM3 ORLANDO V. ALEXANDER MANILA, P.I. MMFA DAVID A. VANDERZEE POWERS LAKE. WISC. MM3 MELVIN M. KOSHMEDER OSAGE, IOWA ) MM3 GREGORY C. BERRY MARMAT, WEST VIRGINIA MMFN TIMOTHY S. HAINEN TIPTON, MISSOURI MMFA LEVIN W. WHITFIELD CHESTER, VIRGINIA MMFA DOUGLAS L. SCHMIDT LINCOLN, NEBRASKA FN WAYNE E. OLDHAM CHICAGO, ILLINOIS M MMFN KEITH E. DAVIS CLOVERDALE. CALIFORNIA rsr FN JOHN T. WYNN SACREMENTO. CALIFORNIA FN BENNY VERDUGO PUEBLO, COLORADO MM3 JOHN M. MACIEJEWSKI GRAND HAVEN, MICHIGAN MMFA MICHAEL R. AUGUST TAMPA, FLORIDA MM3 JAMES A. MINCEY OROFINO, IDAHO FN BYRON C. SEYBOLD BUTTE, MONTANA MMFR DAVID B. SPERLING MOORESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA MM2 DORSEY P. RYDER SILVER CITY, NEW MEXICO BTC TERRY A. THOMAS BREMERTON, WASH. B DIVISION BTl BOBBIE L. THREATT BIG SPRINGS, TEXAS BTC LARRY E. PERRY ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI BT2 RONALD R. SKRUM REEDS PORT, PENN. FN WILLIE L. JOHNSON CHICAGO, ILL. BTFN JOHN E. GONZALEZ QUEENS, NEW YORK y BTl RICHARD C. HUDSON WAGNER. OLK. BTFN ROBERT P. CALISSI SHARON HILL, PA. BTFN ARTHUR H. YOUNG ANACONDA. PERU FN JAMES E. PYLES PITTSBURGH, PENN. FA JAMES A. ODOMS WATCHITOCHES. LOUISL NA FN ROBERT L. EVANS TULIA. TEXAS BTFN CONLEY ROBINSON HUNTLAND. TENNESSEE ■Jk ' BTFA DONALD T. THALACHER TINLEY PARK. ILL. BT2 FRANCIS E. TIER FORKED RIVERS. NEW JERSEY BT2 ROGER C. JORDAN STIGLER. OLK. BTFN TIMOTHY A. PATTERSON MINERVA. OHIO BT:? GEORGE D. LOVINGOOD TEXARKANA. TEXAS BTFA HEINZ R. KROLOP MAMMOTH, CALIFORNIA BT3 DANIEL H. HERALD ROCHESTER. NEW YORK BTFA RICHARD A. BOYD PETALUMA, CALIFORNIA BTFA ROBERT A. HARRIS DALLAS, TEXAS BT3 JAY E. REED LONGMONT, COLORE DO BTFN HERBERT H. HODGES CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE BTFA BRUCE G. FRASHER PORTLAND. OREGON FN EMIL F. HOLLANDER. JR. MPLS, MINN. BTFA RALPH D. ARIAS RIVERSIDE, CALIFORNIA BT3 CARLOS B. CENIZAL BAGUIO CITY, P.I. BTFA KENNETH E. PADGET SYLMAR, CALIFORNIA BTFN ERNEST A. DEYOE SARATOGA SPRINGS, NEW YORK ' llij 1 ' n i Mi prJL W JKr l tP mm " i F |V ■bT m m ' fll S) i Sd - ' ■r? . p ' A BTFN MICHAEL V. BARNA KEANSBURG, NEW JERSEY " You ' re burning what in 2 Bravo Boiler! " FA AlBREV L. DLTSCHALWN WACO. TEXAS " The next thing you know, the old man will want to water ski... " LTJG John A. Jensen Gunnerv Asst. Officer LT. Paul N. T. Johnson Weapons Officer WEAPONS LTJG Leslie R. (barter ASW Officer 1 § ENS. James C. Murphy First Lieutenant ENS. Berry P. Mangan Asst. ASW Officer ENS. Martin W. Mellcr Second Division Officer STC Dennis H. Putnam Eldora, la. A. D I V I S I o N STl Bruce B. Rensing Webster Groves, Mo. GMTC Gary C. Gill Woodbury, Ga. GMT2 Michael S. Couture North Highlands, Ca. STG2 Richard L. Dingfield Snohomish, Wa. STl Jerry L. McCauley Bellflower, Ca. STG2 Larry D. Felder Oelwein, lo. STG2 Robert R. Current Garden Grove, Ca. STG3 Lav Tence P. Martz Mesa, Az. STG2 Allan L. Lesniak Ridgecrest, Ca. STG3 Howard C. Weber Cleveland. Oh. STG; Lance D. Sawyer Boulder, Co. TM3 Arthur C. Ysaguirre Casa Grande. Az. GMT3 Robert B. Radley Seattle. Wa. STG3 William L. Freeman Aztec, N. M. STG3 Bruce J. Wixson Snohomish, Wa. STG.T Kenneth C. (Jiering Salem. Or. STG3 Larry E. Britton Grand Junction, Co. STGSN Ronald .A. Lansing, Mi. STGSN Thomas E. McPhillips Mendota Heights, Mn. GMTSN Charles L. Gillum Alma, Ks. GMTSN Gregory D. Foreman Covina. Ca. UNDERWAY REPLENISHMENT ■ ' ! !MJi-!J; ' TO TOW. . . UNDERWAY FOR K V . AND BE TOWED LOCAL OPS CAPN CRUNCH •:3-- J Vli m X J ' 1 i-J i " t. SKiitSea. :.— ;jtf ' ' vvv; ife : ' ' ; ' - ' •• ' .■, . f; ' ■ -• . ■ ' - SAN FERNANDO i- y PHILIPPINE B G ° !■ . » ..» W Mi H " V " ' " - m P i ISLANDS MBiaUKV.WMAAKlWivVE C5S « ' ! ' «•-. ■ I ' l l- !5o { 0 1 A rv A L IBBBSHB BMC Keith L. Mdiev Revenna, Mi. BM2 Tommy W. Chase Seattle, Wa. BMC Pablo Guevara San Antonio. Tx. FIRST DIVISION BM2 Kenneth G. Smith Cortez. Co. BM3 Victor R. White Philadelphia. Pa. BM3 Robert N. Jackson Wauwatosa, Wi. SN Douglas W. Beadle Drayton Plains, Mi. " M SN Artemio M. Aquino Baguio City. R.P. " - A1 SN Arturo C. Benedictos Malolos, Bulacan, R.P. SN Michael R. Guck Muscatine, lo. SN Dillard R. Clements Petersburg, Va. • I SN Hector M. David Baguio City, R.P. M — i SN John D. Shoberg Portland, Or. SN ( uri 1 K. ' ii ' i]]iiinm Houston, Tx. SN Kevin Carr Brendalls Town, Md. SA Robert J. Carroll Port Townsend, Wa. SN O ' Hara A. Johnson ; : SA David M. Bladel Toledo, Oh. SA Lawrence R. Gable Fairbault, Mn. SA Keith M. Hayden Louisville, Kv. n i SA Thomas M. O ' Kelly Parlin, N.J. SA William -J. Fitzpatrick Waldwick. N.J. SA Pedro Rodriguez San Antonio, Tx. SA Mark E. Reed Cleveland, Oh. W 1 I III " !■! SA Jackson F. Stodgel Williamsfield. II. SA Paul J. Barrett Boston, Ma. SR Patrick J. Mayley Clifton Heights, De. SA Charles Bankhead, Jr. San Francisco, Ca. yCl A SA Robert A. Ornellas Aiea, Hi. SA Robert B. O ' Callahan SA Calvin Mobley Tampa, Fl. o oo o SA Stanley E. Koep Alexandria, Mn. SR Alan D. Lewis Portland, Or. SA James E. Hargrove Campbell, Mo. SA Edward A. Ruiz San Jose, Ca. SA William T. Jankowski Milwaukee, Wi. i1 SA William C. Hickok Buffalo, N.Y. fr SA Frank Xunn, Jr. Waco, Tx. SR Kevin J. Hawkins Orangevale. Ca. SR John C. V ' ersemann, Jr. St. Louis, Mo. FTCS Joseph F. Killeen Chula Vista. Ca. GMGC Thomas Healv Norfolk, Va. SECOND DIVISION Jb The men of second division provide the MORTON with its primary defense against air or surface attacks. They also provide the offensive punch for shore bombardment to back up ground or amphibious operations. The Gunner ' s Mates repeatedly make the guns respond to all firing missions. Those guns and their booming voices have provided the ship with the reassurance that, indeed, we are well protected. The Fire Control Technicians, by working in close harmony with the Gunners, direct the gunfire with pinpoint accuracy. Both the MK. 68 and MK. 56 plotting rooms demonstrate continuous accuracy and reliability. The Fire Control Technicians and Gunner ' s Mates stand ready at any time to deliver any and all lethal calls for fire. FTC Lawrence J. Birkenmeyer Cahokia, II. FT(;2 Ralph R. Bernal Crows Landing, Ca. FTG2 Jose F. Clark La Ceiba Atlantida, Honduras FTGl Robert R. Hamilton Lenoir. N. C. FTGl Ernesto G. Soliz Kingsville, Tx. GMG2 Robert A. Zimdars Lake Mills, Wi. GMG2 Cecil L. Duncan Commerce Citv, Co. FTG2 Thomas F. Christ Indianapolis, In. FTG2 Robert L. Graham Ocala, Fl. FTC,:? Carl G. Knapp Ewa Beach, Hi. FTC.a David E. Lloyd Albuquerque, N. M. FTG3 Joseph Jimenez Bakersl ' ield, Ca. FTG.3 Carlos B. Bolivar El Paso, Tx. i-M( MR-hae! 1.. Mayle Canton. Oh. GMGS Carl W. Lange, Jr. St. Louis, Mo. FTGSN John R. Ulrich Los Angeles, Ca. , -. ' f T.n)«Mllik. SN Lui T. Fuga Nu ' Uuli. Amer, Samoa SN Edward F. Larch Huntington Beach, Ca. SN Wayne K. Hartt Tit us vi lie. Mi. SN Martin E. Holder La Puente, Ca. SN Robert B. Callahan Rosemead, Ca. FIGS A Mark H. Casberg Milwaukee, Wi. GMGSA Justus R. Anderson Cicero, II. GMGSA Edmund C. Gr esick Bessemer, Pa. GMGSA Donald L. Hann, Jr. St. Louis. Mo. LT. John T. Nugent Operations Olticer OPERATIONS LT. William F. Hi Operations Officer ' DON ' T (;iVK UP THE tube-soc;kp:t!!! " KLKCTRONICS TKCHNICIANS are the prima donnas of any ship ... we don ' t work hard physically. Mentally we can analyze circuits, trace feedback, or find a signal path amid a myriad of tubes, resi.stors, capacitors, and wire. Our job is the maintenance and repair of all shipboard communications and radar systems. Maintenance is not hard . . . repair can turn into an ail night affair with no solution in sight. It ' s a nerve wracking job which we do as efficiently as possible. Still, everyone calls us skates . . . and we ' re proud of it. ENS. R. Wayne Yerkes Electronics Material Officer OPS ELECTRONICS ETl Mike Kendo Kaumakani, Hi. ETH2 Dennis G. McMahan Clearlake Highlands. Ca. ETNa Gene L. Casteiger Plvmouth. la. K,H| - ' ' ' .» «. 1 II ETN3 Larry J. Workman Gilbert, W. V. ETN3 Jim Buckles Grand Island. Ne. ETR3 James E. Jones San Francisco. Ca. ETR3 Robert Rand Millard, Ne. mm W.I: i m ' ' v )} - ' ■ ' m ETR3 Lew Kalui Greenport, N. Y. ' THE GANG ' ' ( K 0S2 Robert L. Croussore Rochester, In. OSC Kent R. Smith Sheridan. Wv. OPS INTELLIGENCE E V2 Daniel E. Wadsworth Spicer, Mn. LTJG David R. Crompton CIC Officer MORTON ' S OUTER LIMITS " NO ENTRY. C.I.C. LIMITED AREA, UNAUTHORIZED PERSONNEL KEEP OUT. " As you continue past the warning into the darkness you hear alien voices stating such things as " skunk delta at C-P-A " or " no active bogeys at this time. " Once your eyes adjust to one dimly lighted area they unfold a world of multi-colored lights and knobs and various sized illuminated plexi-glass boards scattered with similar alien writings. Undoubtedly COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER and the ELECTRONIC WARFARE AREA would appear alien to the casual observer. However, this is where the OPERATIONS SPECIALIST and ELECTRONIC WARFARE TECHNICAN often spend over twelve hours a day. The alien sounding terminology in their language. Its basis is phonetics and brevity. Every light, knob, and piece of equipment has a specific function which is their job to professionally operate. It doesn ' t take long to realize that these men and their " alien " environment constitute the NERVE CENTER on all Navy ships. 0S2 John Serocki Hauppauge, N. Y. 0S2 Mack W. Belcher Flovd, Va. EW2 Jim Rowbotham Youngstown, Oh. lllm 0S2 Fidel Floras. Jr. Laredo, Tx. 0S2 David H. Patterson. Jr. Wichita. Ka. 0S2 Theodore A. Schroeder Batavia, II. 0S3 Richard M. Palmer Pasadena. Md. 0S3 John Lyons Detroit, Mi. EW3 Clyde E. Rowley Bynum, Mt. 0S3 Robert S. Carleton Concord Village, Mo. OSSN Don E. Brevik Everett, Wa. ' tij J I ti OSSN Carl J. Karwacki Milwaukee, Wi. OSSN ' Jim Dudleston Salt Lake Citv, Ut. OSS A James H. Lavigne West Field, N. J. . " - OSSN Richard Brown Massapequa, N.Y. »4SE OSSN Roger Darling Seattle, VVa. OSS Robert White San Antonio. Tx. OSSN Rich Ramsey eho, II. OSSN Gregory Nicholas Reading, Pa. ENS Kenneth D. Dampier Communications Officer RMl Carl Beck, Jr. Hollywood, Fl. RMCS Stephen IJ. Kappler Kansas Citv, Mo. SMI Joseph J. Ziemian Cicero. II. RM2 Michael F. St. Clair Everett, Wa. RM2 John C. Carlson St. Cloud, Mn. RM2 Richard E. Heck Phoenix, Az. p ' xit RM2 William T. Stoneburner Houston, Tx. RM3 James R. Davis Dallas, Tx. RMSN Bruce A. Bangeman Sandpoint, Id. RM3 John A. Menatti Santa Maria, Ca. RMS Jeffrey H. Kai Aiea, Hi. SM2 Randolph Shincovich Waltz Mills, Pa. SN Micheal G. Blackmon Dothan, Al. SMS James A. Blanchard Meriden, Ct. SM3 Keith F. Aldrich Pleasant Ridge, Mi. " SKI VS RMSA Charles W. Davis Dallas. Tx. SMSN Joseph A. Parent Bay City, Mi. SMSA Alfred Wingate Orange. Tx. HMC Joe Lankin Clinton Hickman, Ky. MMCS David E. Cox San Bernardino. Ca. YNl Anthony Hidalgo Eva Beach, Hi. QMl David H. Steuber Fairmont, Mn. PNl Jerome Vaughan Pearl City. Hi. QM2 Daniel Lopez Corpus Cristi, Tx. QM2 Michael Milbradt Aberdeen, S.D. QMS Douglas Bandy Belle Fourche, S.D. QMSN David McGough Sheridan, Wv. YN ' J Rober L. Sanford Caldwell, Oh. y PN2 Michael R. Green Altadena, Ca. E t ii { ' f ' i : ' : PNSN Stephen P. Hilow Houston, Tx. YNSN Stephen M. Regan Miami, Fl. PNSN Rodolfo Y. Manarang lie. Citv, R. P. SN David Martes Redondo Beach, Ca. PC3 Gordon T. Speas Winston-Salem, N.C. SN Jorge Estorga El Paso, Tx. SA Rick Clay Oakland, Ca. LT. T. F. HOUSE Supply Officer LT. F. R. COBB Supply Officer SUPPLY The Supply Department ' s main objective is service to the crew. There are five operational units within the department, which provide a variety of services to accomplish the objective. The Storekeepers maintain the ship ' s financial records and manage the repair parts inventory. They also provide technical assistance in identifying hard to find items on the open market. The Commissarvmen are responsible for the preparation of the crew ' s meals and the maintenance of the mess decks (crews dining area). They serve three meals a day and do the baking for the 289 members of the crew. The Stewards prepare the officers ' meals and maintain the cleanliness of the wardroom and the officers ' staterooms. They are a versatile group by necessity ready to serve VIP ' s or just cook up a little chicken adobo, a wardroom favorite. , The Shipservicemen are a diversified group. Their jobs include the running of the ship s store, doing the ship ' s laundry and the operation of the barber shop. The profits from the store go to the Welfare and Recreation Fund. The haircuts and laundry are provided free of charge. Last, but certainlv not least, are the Disbursing Clerks. They provide the long green stuff that keeps the economv going. Thev also provide personal financial services and keep an eye on leave balances. They seem to become especially popular around the 15th and 30th of each month. I wonder why? •fHWIBfj W mwrn rSf- ENS J. D. Snider Disbursing Officer SKC L. D. Panimdim Ewa, Hi. SKI John E. Krachun Raritan, N. J. CSl Fred Brooks San Diego, Ca. SDl Sevedeo A. Racela Olongapo City, R.P. BMl Antonio A. Ledesma Pearl Harbor, Hi. SHI Robert M. Clarke Pearl Harbor, Hi. CSl David L. Tr ' on Honolulu, Hi. CSl Arthur C. Went VVaipahu, Hi. I CS2 Teofilo M. Millan Zambales, R.P. SH2 Rogelio S. Supangan Alaminos, R. P. ft f s ■■ 1 .. L .%-. DK2 Joseph V. Lutap Quezon City, R. P. SK2 Ruben S. Reyes Angeles City, R. P. SD2 Villamor B. Ferrer Mangaldan, Pangasinan, R. P. SD2 Mindinao E. Barba Las Pinas, Rizal, R. P. SK3 Patrick J. 01st Livonia, Mi. CSS Santos C. Rivera Waipahu, Hi. CSS Roman S. Ramos Baguio City, R. P. SDS Arturo D. Mejia San Carlos City, R. P. SDS Rogelio B. Icban Santa Cruz, R. P. SDS Rogelio A. Rabanal Wahiawa. Hi. SDSN Roberto D. Gomez Orion, Bataan, R. P. DKSN Julian Moncada Big Springs, Texas SN Benjamin E. Corpus Valenzuela. Bulacan, R. P. SN Amado G. Naanos Sampaloc, Manila. R. P. SHSN Richard P. Koch Santa Monica, Ca. SHSN Jerome Collins Compton, Ca. SN Charles E. Mitchell Savannah. Ga. SHSN James F. Stuhr Fort Dodge, la. SN Gary Corbin Tifton, Ga. SA Dewayne A. Miller Dayton, Oh. SKSN Randy T. Edmundson New Hudson, Mi. If « bp ' CSSN Roberto Guevarra Olongapo City, R. P. CSSA Joseph E. Grulkowski Arcadia, Wi. CSSA Mark E. Hil Milwaukee, Wi. CSSA Kris J. Lenoir Livonia, Mi. SDSA Nestor Loristo Cavite City, R. P. " " ' i CSSN Roy D. Strong Cloverdale, Ca. WALSWORTMVVV rniisp Book Sales Offices " " " mw J3?lll «58 Ingraham Street-Suue 205 — .r,„- ...».,. San Dieeo, California 92109 JiW; ' i-, +Vi ; ' ' . ' " I cannot think of him as dead Who walks with me no more; Along the path of life I tread He has but gone on before. His life is made forever mine: What he to me has been Has left henceforth its seal and sign Engraven deep within. " — F. L. HOSMER ORBIS TERR. ' A1 DE.sCRlPTIQ DUO is PLANI5 HE.VlISPHVR IIgrn iPPFtfc:A ' j '

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