Mount Baker (AE 34) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1990

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Naval Academy, graduating in 1972. CDR Neihart's surface warfare career has included service aboard USS INFLICT QMSO-45613 USS MACDONOUGH QDDG-39j, USS BRADLEY QFF-1041j, and USS PYRO QAE-24j. His last shipboard tour was the Executive Officer, USS SHASTA QAE- 33j. His significant shore assignments have been as a NROTC instructor at the Citadel, Charleston, SC, and most recently, on the staff, Commander in Chiezi U.S. Naval Forces, Europe, London, United Kingdom. CDR Neihart is a graduate of the Surface Warfare Gfficer School, Department Head Course, and of the Royal Navy Staff College. ln addition to his Bachelor of Sci- ence degree from the U.S. Naval Academy, he has obtained a Master of Arts in Teach- ing degree from the Citadel. CDR Neihart's personal awards include the Meritorious Service Medal, Navy Commendation Medal, Navy Achievement Medal, Combat Action Ribbon, and vari- ous unit and campaign awards. He is married to the former Mary Ann Romano of Scranton, PA. They now reside in the Charleston, SC, area. Qc, .,, C N N N Yrs X M .... . .QS QXSN1 LGF. -K Qssz. skexif . .,., , , -walt is-pg A SET Sk EXECUTI E OFFICER "7-?'s i 'F O l LCDR Joe Frazler Lieutenant Commander Frazier's home state is Texas. He is graduate of North Tex- as State University, tclass of1976i, receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree in biol0ti.Y- FOI' lowing graduation from Naval Officer Candidate School, LCDR liFil7ll'I' served H1 U55 KANSAS CITY QAOR-33. He was then assigned as the Navigation and Operations in- structor at the Rice University NROTC Unit in Houston, TX. Other tours were Seflfed in USS PYRO A - ' ' Q E 241, and USS FORD, QFFG-545. lollowing the-te department head h tours, e received a Master of Science degree in information Systems lor the Naval Post Graduate Schoolln Monterey, CA. Lieutenant Commander lrarier received the Navy Commendation Medal for service in USS FORD QFFG-54j, while deployed I0 the Persian Gulf. He is married to Lieutenant luliaFra7ier,MSC', USN,tlWf0"'1WflUlla Dunham of Ithaca, NY. COMMA ASTER CHIEF . vi, , ,way yy H HW,,,,f , , I BTCM ISWJ William A. Irving A native of Canton, Massachusetts, Master Chief Irving joined the Navy on 15 june 1970. Upon graduation from boot camp in San Diego, CA, Master Chief Irving was assigned to the Vietnamese Naval Unit at Vung Tau, Republic of Vietnam. He served successively onboard USS AIAX QAR-51, USS HECTOR IAR-71, USS GURKE QDD-7831, and the USS MIDWAY QCV-411. His shore duty assignment took him to NA VSUPPACT TREASURE ISLAND in San Francisco, CA. Master Chief Irving once again returned to sea duty, where he was assigned to USS OKLAHOMA CITY QOG- 51, USS BLUE RIDGE QLCC-191, and the USS YOSEMITE QAD-191. Upon Completion of his tour, Master Chief Irving was assigned to SIMA Mayport, FL. Upon detachment from there, Master Chief Irving was assigned to USS MOUNT BAKER QAE-341, where he was assigned as BoiIer's Division Leading Chief Petty Officer until 1988, when he was assigned to his current position as Command Master Chief of USS MOUNT BAKER QAE-341. 31.1 V . t A lf ' , 52.1 " ,135 Y ,h if he' mp. AMA, Qw SGC H f WMA ,Kyiv , ,Q I C, , Q v ,'-i'f"'YU ' -15' is so ,--, 'S fa.-..,, .4 l MM3 Hansen taking over in Main Control! uni., i 9w.."f-f , This IS not fun! rf Ei.. ..,oo.o .. 1' a i ,, '3x, "oN, ik Q A- , 'Q' fs: Z f E ' 3 L... sf , 'X Av 1 S. . t 4 . , W 5 1 1 , Q.. . . n JY V 'mg-f , 3 Hmm . . . Pure i5l!! f I 5 Now. ,fa 1 pl Damn, I love this s--t. which way was it to the mall? 1' 1 9401 4, -:o:',,,, ff 5 X X C? Y' i1 Q, Anofher six months? Sure!! lt's in the mail! I swear itll mr i 4, 1 A-.. V 9' i ,ZS P 3 wit!!! awww? 1 W 64 V 'IQQLWW IOIIO4? I Oil I UQ Mliawdw Y My W Untie me! I won't go! HC-6 Det-5 does it again. 'W SN in -nv ..' 'tv- ' lu L..F'Hl I 1 3 io 1 'W 5 I sum .., ,pt +3 I 1 5 X 2 Cl I V v I pa 2 1 , . li - ll ' 2 17' , Q yi. 1 'X "i"""' ff Dangerous iob and loving itl What's with all this water? Chillln' in the Main Space. ,, if-,. Q .'-'lfj.'.l . e.-q Q - ' 'I iff ' Q i : X i l x OK. so you had the mushrooms S l I had the pepperoni . . . But there's no music playing?l? l L . J ,Egg , MQ gp, And I get paid for this! 531 Ev f. 9 Y X . W, 'N Q5 Z A Q4Ng,,,7,,,7,,,,f,M I ,WZ 1' ' f 6 il, fw' I ky, H f fflfy ' as 4 ,, M - ".' fl Y a Gmbghfrtghbmnmgh . . Ax e a f ' S if 2? wi r ,S awe. 5 1521! Damn, l work hard! There's a wake-up log?l? Hmm . . . A little more to the left l think. UH CHN 1 Service with a smilel -emu Dwarf tossing at it's best! M ,ff 'K' ,px ,154 Qin- ,. 1. I really didn't mean to hit him! I 1 ? awning:-A5 i Q, S. 4-ff 157 W, S".1f-Q 12 X X x xx 5, X '-.. A 4 Y L, know. it just doesn't get any better than this. Just keep the damn thmg running! But it's so far downl?l shw4"'Z-If Hg, "' GM W' " ' , 1 Haaaaaaaaaaaalllll 'Hx-g., -an-NUM Plain or peanut? 'iii .IN , Check this out ladies! I H 5 2 2 1. :Q '84 "'f E ' x look Mom, SNOW! 5 5 ' A I 1 1 1 " Q "f f 4 . -,Q , ., 4 ' , ff., -vb is Af -,cf i , P . I 1 i W 1 u 1 1 l F! Ev 3 . r R ' I L 1.1 Ml? X M X wfggsywx w xo X X A w W X K v mx X NW' x X vjin-fx if 4 N X MU M 1 H 1 :A . f . Q Y ,. ay. N l 0 X WW! 10095 l ? 3 ' , Q3 ag ' 6 I .0 rf .JA in F i A ' ' .BQ 9 7 so x' ' X Scivols A 1--hx- Q0 u ,Sp X-,gf :I ki ' e C -LS' 2110 5m I ,- f ,,,,.. -:- I v- ' , 5: - 1' X , P 3 F9 Y 18 LT F. I. Ritt First Lieutenant LT Anthony Williams CWO4 Dave Fagan NWSO Ship's Bos'n ENS F Scott Nessler ENS Kenneth Bowers Second DiViSiOf1 Stream Division I rw!! 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BM3 Larle Morris SR Chad Moss BMS Teresa Moss SN Jeffrey Mullen BM3 Luis Murillo BM3 Gladys Ortega BM3 Willis Pinckney BM2 CSWJ Ephraim Peak BM3 James Phillips SN Bert Plummer BM3 David Rangel SA James Shamburger BM2 Paul Snow SA Joseph Spence BM3 Leonard Stagg BM2 CSWD Ray Staples if SA Albert Teasley BM2 Harriet Thompson SN Russel Vance BMSN Charles Wilcox -xigsk WWE fs ZXK ' 15- .Q XX X 35, SA Deryl Williams BM3 Dione Williams SN Reginald Williams .Fx 4 -1 xxx If A W X Af I ,J f 1, X '-4- x' ' 'IX lf' Y: X X 'Q l y ff' ff -, .Im QQ J Xl 'fjiffl 'f , .fig 'Qt 'ill 571 1' fswgfx --:- will Kas j'.,' ,ff jf X21 , g Ai,?.:.? 43?-,y ffiggf ,.1Niy, V-46320 X 3,22 xr' .,fw-Q-w-1-1,..-.,..,v . ...W - S C0 D DIVISID BMCS QSWJ Steven Moore BM1 lSWi Wayne Stoll Leading Senior Chief Leading Petty Gfficer BMI Steven Mohn SA James Acker SA Jeffrey Anderson SA Michael Anderson SR Travis Arrington BMJ Michael Bender SA Nilo Bendo SA Derrick Bond SR Jeffery Brown SN Michael Burchfield BMJ William Butler SR Scott Daily Q.. 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SQ a-:slim-ef ' - 4 . nuesnlainiiifffmffg. :ef SA Christopher Docherty SA Ernest Groton SA William Joyce BM3 Doyle Melton SR Stephen Falls SA Timothy Fox SR James Gabriel SR Rhonda Hankinson BM3 David Heinz BM3 Sharon Jackson SR Daniel .Iuene SA Jon Kennison SN Barry Lee BMI Alonzo Mitchell SN John Mitchell sn Michael Mitchell SR Clarence Williams BM2 James Owens SN Jeremy Smeltzer BM2 Gary Tunes ly, C? llx T SA Raymond Riley BM3 Scott Rice BM2 Shelton Tarver SR Ronald Tucker SN Gregory Watson BM3 John Woodie THIRD DIVISIQ X6 GMC1 Darrel Dudley GMCS CSWD l-HNnhY garland Leading Petty Officer Leading C ie GMG3 Frankie Cabrera GMG3 Bobby Joe Felts SA Ralph Montanez SR Darrel Davis GMG3 Augustus German GMG2 Thomas Moore GMGSN Richard Daws GMG2 Gary F atla GMG3 Bobby Gsm SN fdwafd Livingston I Pool SR Corwin Nobles SN Pau E mf' 4 v-,, GMG3 Dale Shipman SR Brian Sides GMGSN John Sons SN Aaron St. Bonore GMG2 David Sturdivant GMG3 William Tillemans 9' SR Charles Todd SR Marcelino Villero "'F""W' GMG2 Mark Wilson SN Gary Wrobel ,A STRE M DIVISIG MM1 sw R d MMCS qswyvrefry Wcfodgerfy en Kampmeier Leading Chief MMI QSWJ Felix McNamer EM2 Richard Breault MM3 Curtis Duff "'l"'Ti?'fKII?F'Gf 'L""7 7 V Leading Petty Officer EMI CSWJ James Seigle MM3 Michael Antonetti FA Anthony Boudreaux MM2 Manuel Cameron FN Kelly Colbourn EM2 Robert Darton SA Michael Fender FN Francis Garcia FN George Harvey V3 XXX MMFN Kevin Lane SR Marvin Mabry FN Donald Marler SR Kevin Mlekg MM2 QSWJ Jimmy Moreau FN Joseph Trowbridge ?'s MM2 Caleb Peters FN Steven Savage MM2 Milton Stlth 1 We A I ji D A 'i '--I A, .x., M., ,xx yew XM , 1 X:-ff,-'rx 49,1 fi.515x,1M.L Wx. ,.,x X W X -, mn " X -xf,,Q1, .,11.f3.'f2-tif' EMVZQI KSHODU X You D' X gTS7'E all In anfzyou 4 I BNN lo IF you 1 QM' RE-IAfLzST , LN , A ,A l - . v , 'S X Q L4 Q R' 1 O g fi P DUDE A , YTx1 M "V FI 6? A39 Ex 7. N1 a x . 11 O x - 9,90 0 M X . min Q' 'wwe-j Zig ,f f ,......-l LTIG Scott Gardner LT Glen Krans, CHC Command Chaplain Administrative Officer ETCS fSWi limmie Brannon Ship's 3-M Coordinator PNC Rosita Taylor-Davis Leading Chief YNC Patricia Sandt Leading Chief MAC 1SWi David Laurie Master-At-Arms Mx. me I 2 Ewa ge: in N "r .A 5 NCI QSWJ Richard Etheridge PNSN Shawn Blankenship DIVI IO PC2 Katherine Baker YN2 Daniel Brundage RP3 Peter Carrier YN3 Rahn Clegg SR Lance Gibson SR Jeremy Hillard SR Richard Ricker YN3 Timothy Riemer iai, :Z S of ' Q ap 2 ,,, PN3 Marc Siskind 7 E 45 WX W xh,0s9l,JOP56 ffoorl ,Y0,fAg,xf' H, RAD owvf X u my LEFT 57 gf? 11 x ' 4,45 NEW ff 3 I A f :XII 'Q' K ,A X STOF I-IGH ff' ' Tf'SgN9 - gk , ,F ff. Q da 'IN ad, 'Ag Y J 'j ' Qu 2, is , 4,066 we X '44 ll ,v ' If ENDY5! f f- 'l v' N f x U as , .. 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Barnes SK3 David McDonald SK3 Chrystopher Mills SK3 James Mitchell SK2 George Ramey SA Nicholas Alilio 58 6 Us 6335? ja 4337 . 2 A 3 SH1 Charles Swann Leading Ship's Serviceman 34 DIVISIO DK1 Susan Sylvester Leading Disbursing Clerk SH3 Michael Davis SH2 Jeff Hewlett DK3 Troy Horton SHI Allan Kanarr SH2 Timothy Lewis SHSN Michael Lobato DK3 Allan McCray SH3 Glenn MOYCI' SH3 Michael Scott SHSA Marie Simmons .wa-W .Y A M, 4, iz., .5 G, ,,.. .V N , ., M51 QSWJ james Ferguson Leading Petty Officer MSI Carolyn Powe MSSN Roger Haywood MSI Christopher O'Banner .lk MSSR Tomay Brannon ,.. MS3 William Henry MSSA Daniel Reiter S 2X5 Divisio MSSN Kavin Carr MS2 John Foundray MS3 Edward McKown MSSN Wesley Neill MSS Lancer Stamps MSI Douglas Winchester ,-T X, MXN 1.1-7- , wif " ' J XI iff ff xv' A - , F. Q1 wb df o f X Q45 SW Q, ' E WX E5 1 ' 34 r f , 0412.223 2 Nd Ag UP: 5 Wi? rf I Q -, 0 Ng?-06,4 K W W 4 F - Q 0 l we 40 Ri-,Z wr. Q ,N 0 ... W4 4 3 4 Q X zu U V L. 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LTIG Stephen Davis ENS McKeen Electronic Material Officer CIC Officer Communications Officer ETC QSWQ Victoria lacobs OEXOF Leading Chief SMC QSWJ Richard RMC lSWl Randy Mosby McDonald OC Leading Chief OIXOW Leading Chief DIVISIO RM1 QSW, Robin Alley 5M1s2VYiI' Robert Ion Leading RM 'Ja 'ng SM SMI 'Terry Smith RM3 Aundra Daniels SM2 Jerry Haluska RMI Vanessa Henderson RMSA William Dickens RM2 Anthony Hinton RMI Glen Jasper SM2 Sonya Christopher ri Rfvis Brian Foley SMSA Kevin Gadson RMSN Rodney Pittman SN .IosePh Rivera ,fr Z I 4 I . l Ax, H' RMS Michael Shgppard RMSN Loyd Stout RM2 William Wheeler RMSA Cheryl Trainer i rifffifwr im fiif' 'f.lH"A' l X X, I X X E OI OW DIVI IO OS1 Anthony' Laffond FW1 Rffleg Cfeenhouse Leading os -ea 'ng EW OS3 Stanlei Clarks OS3 Matthew Correl OSI Daniel Cross EWSN Nelson Evans OS2 Timothy Folsom O52 Daniel F F3955 OS3 Kevin Harrington OS2 CSWD David Hawn O52 Kelvi X J k - n ac son OS3 Franchon Jernigan EWS Mark Kelley Qggyq Howard Maready O53 Sean McCabe EW2 Alan McGowan EW2 Eric Schmidt EW3 Thomas Westfall SXQQV, ., " 5 5 7 WW Q -X I 'KSN' X Q N ' N I 1 . 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I ,, IQ' ,-' 5-fa."o '- fElx1 A"""'-1 ,--- i"-L 41 ,ay -' - .,,' - 1 - I ATC Paul Steeley X -dfgufx 53 'ff' ,lj L,-f MC lffvfjldwafd Nesbm Leading Chief li, -fa '08 Chief R Wixsiibllb AEI Raymond Makar AMH2 Samuel Hemphill AMH2 CAWJ Steven ADI Douglas Breitbarth ADJ Hugh Coburn AMH2 Vincent Fox AMS3 Douglas Brandt ADS Michael Fritch Freeman AE2 Daniel Mulvihill PRI Heidi Ruth ii Aiviss Ronald Balser ATAN Jfff'eY Code 3 ADAN Robert Cowart AEAN Joseph Matwijkow AN Michael Morgan AKAA Damon Hooks ADAA Mario Washington AMHAA Thomas Cecil 4 . v F' "Nik SA Jr I LJ S., 1""" 6 Mobius UW 7- 05,2 E J n I KX -if' O gg I Ildllllnll' ' fwfwf .BDNANC-6 ff? Kg fi," Al CQ Q In 3 wg, E I M ful M f , Calle uNU EW1 QSWXDVQ john Snee LT Brian Brakke Department Head WTC fSWfPjJ David Ellison Leading Chief f ha d f l - I WAl , .V kk AO1 fDVy james Gunter Palma Cathederal de Palma de Mallorca A . :aw-fx A A taste of Palma friendliness ff 49.1.1 Hey. did you hear the one about I ,fc . I ' Z' , I I - R 11 . :Q ' it lk Mfg: Q .' I A ' - ' ' I r 'la' ,, ,,,. , ,Y "Zvi,-Y' M ' af' 1 f o , Q -aim A 1 Wa . -.v gvfsgl The first stop of Med Cruise I-90 was Palma. the land of windmills and mala- dors. Palma is famous for its Cathederal. beaches and nightlife. For many MOUNT BAKER Crew members, this was the port call of port calls. V X I -rv ,Q Q Q, Cartagena P wi T 1' 1-' I,-.u:g.,gv -'Q"l,L ? ' 455' 1' ' rf ll ,' -rt,1UA"f,,, -y.,':" Y V Y. , 'V ,1 , A - r . . , x D . ,fp 'iff' A 'Q, I , .5 is , ll - , : ' 'Q 22 HL' fr 'iff Mm . Q 5 . ,,, ' if 7: X "C ,x1""' t Q 1 9? E 1 - - L .ii f ' - 4 r .Q D i- 0,1 ,I L ,v15fi"-if--.A..g ,, Fw . up A - A ' V' 51.4 Q A 1 ' 9-.lr-0 1 , 5- "1" " " " "-"1 P A SevilIe's largest Cathedral N A-Q: ffgzmg' i:g::w.,,,-g ' ' ' ., .QL ..,...- f: ....-.,-:'.'.t':r w.,, , V ... ...NSW ,, A Cafe ount -- L. .,, s Baker Cartagena was the site of the first CAFE MOUNT BAKER for MED I-90. This was the first opportunity for the crew of MOUNT BAKER to taste a real Agnerican beer in 2 months! Shortly after our arrival we were ioined by the USS YORKTOWN and USS YOSEMITE for IMAV I-90. Between work and play. the crew members support of CAFE MOUNT BAKER enabled Bos'n Fagan and his crew to donate thousands of dol- lars to help upgrade the Sixth Fleet Center in Cartagena. 1 If -K Nt I 5 T Toulon 70 f W 4 q,,- fig, :sigff f EQ, R iq' 4--sm G ,auf ,-3 if--4 Fc- X - AA-.-4 .,,,,..., 4, -. 7 -ix As G J f 1 U, ,,...... I-1 QQ" ,-1' Rf NQ41, 12 'Wit-,fs A - . . TQERIJQEQ' It- '71 I ' , 1.4 ..,.. .5 .,: he w : "1 'LW' .i:5':f'g",'7 ,Q A .. C Q I O - 4,..- gn ,,, I - , 252 fy af? We I '-' Q ' ,ff .' l..' F f, if 1 .A 0 0 0 0 0 57,9 -'Q X ' , 'v ,Lv . .141 I ' . . . . . .W . 1W"Wf,mp.-mmy,-'mm1f'v-wwf, A, ' ' o o 0 0 o n I , 4 ' s Q . uw , " Qlfgg ,- ' V U,- ' if T. V. ,. ,. . fi 1 '11-v . 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Beth- lehem, Nazareth. baptismal in the Jordan River. and a swim in the Sea of Galilee. and of course. shopping for diamonds were on the "to do" lists for the crew of MOUNT BAKER. For some. this trip was a chance of a lifetime to reach their religious roots. and for others this was a chance to learn what the others already knew. CDon't for- get guys. diamonds are a girI's best friend!!! -' A--1-9 A- ....- Y ,, , 4 i 1, I , 4- "J ' P .VVTV A .iff my " lu r ,M ' N. xiv 1 i Q1v rE ff J Hg gi .. VL x Ll Q si- E. The following pages cover the every day life of a sailor onboard USS k- MOUNT BAKER. From the Rust Busters in Deck Department to Mount Ba er Power and Lightp from the Fire Department to Operations Department h d ' k e in the"BigPicture",tl1e crewofMOUNTBAKERcomestoget er ai- 9 P 8 lytomakeitallhappen.Enjoywith usasnapslaotofoursixmonth vacation to the Mediterranean Sea. 'T'-.. 5.8 FIRST DIVISIG . 'll,JH,4H1,Ml,. 'MAIHU ,. 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NW ., My, x-cha Ww..WM?'M, ,I x ,fff Vff We 7 7 wp' bf n,',,.,,,.,, fl Omhs muld fluid H1 sum' lm sw n HN.1Ulw,1l1f'ltllt'N,.lHIIN'kllllvpl'l1ilIpIlH'Ill lnlulyge'vmaiciz-,Iaf1dir1g boatsyof SECGND DIVISICD "Home of the Bat Cave" We're in charge of the flight deck and all aviation gear, along with two 10 ton booms, three UNREP stations, Captain's Gig, Officer's Motor Boat, and the Motor- whale boat. Along with manning the bridge watches, flight deck crews, and underway replenishment crews under- way, we man the quarterdeck watches, boat crews and shore patrol lnport. Sec- ond Division shows that team work is a reality onboard the MOUNT BAKER. Our high morale, outstanding attention to detail, motivation flexibility and abili- ty to complete jobs with the "quick- ness" makes Second Division second to none! B X t.. Q g f omg-154 6 ,Qu . 1 o o "QT 5'-"X Ar, G a X -Al I '-il. 212 3: O! ' v -5 ---gf It i' --r 'fu' .. ' .1 at ti f t M X l l l , at 4 rw et? 1 W. rl 3 . W ,X fi L, i , I ,CJ " L V ' ' i ia' W . W i 7 ' 4, 41-- .1 THIRD DIVIS Z 0 V: Y S , K 1 ,,,, lx ke, .X wil ' t -N. A.. V N1 y -1 n' 'L Wert -- l l 1 3 ri 1 i lhv folks who are responsible for the handling of every piece of ammoford- rmrirc and cargo on the ship - over and owr - are found in Third Divison. Tho C.unner's Mate are responsible hold 3 lor the ship's numerous cargo ,So gun mounts, ready service loclt9rS, cnl gun mounts, and the very versatile cargo dock. Wlwn the shop is an K Thrd wlwthvr nrt UNREP or at the pier, l Division roallv comes into its own.ThQy work shift after shift, until the lol' 'f dont-, without regard to 8 'lnofmal work day. The whole division turnS-l0r ired cargo gel' h dling ammo, hit-tilting out the rcqu f ting rt-.rtly for transfer, either bv V92 trtiv or coNRraP, The same pri? . . a I gm-s in rvvcrso when receiving C 'lhird Division runs on raW enelglli toffr-t-, and love for their j0b.' and' shows. lhvy get always the lob done' snft-lv .ind professionally. - -..-...,-v, swf K ,- STREA .Rua ,gg f-ir. Ill! ll 7: STREAM stands for Standard Tension REplenishment Alongside Method. As- signed to Deck Department, Stream is organized into two separate work cen- ters and is mainly responsible for keep- ing the CONREP winches ready to go. Made up of Enginemen, Boatswain's Mates, Electrician's Mates, and Machin- ist Mates, the men of Stream division keep the hydraulic winches, tensioners, forklifts and elevators running. The crew's bridge to civilization and liberty, the ship's brows and accom ladders, are also Stream's responsibility. Underway Replenishment is what MOUNT BAKER is all about and STREAM division makes it happen. A , - T' v 1 9 l K 'V f I , ' 3 'A -- V if 4, , Z ll 4 ff in i J " E T T ig 4 'i ' i 4. W x A ,g ' X 'ASV' H ' 3 'lui . , 21 I li V. , , if " Emi' 85 E DIVISIO i,y,.xN E Division is composed of eIectrician's mates and interior communication electricians. EM Shop supplies the elec- trical power to the ship and maintains the lighting and electrical systems ofthe ship. The IC shop is responsible for the telephone system, alarms, and naviga- tion systems. E Division accomplishments this cruise include making the ship go dark Qrepeatedlyll, three personnel who have a perfect record of being on liberty eve- ry liberty day, more bed sores than any other division, 0 reenlistments, and two people escaped to the civilian world. In conclusion: IC Shop motto is: "I can't, I'm on liberty." EM Shop says: "My relief will handle it." l 'tit 2 UV ,, , if Kit t ,. . FX 'x at ' . 11 .. ...,. ....,, X'-and j x .1 1 - mx as sw. J . g is xx.L I ,.. i ,, ,. X .. v Xi 1 3 3 it 'J' L I 'L f " XS , ' . 93. K t. . A 5 f X X st x S 1. ,t ,Q h det , - --D' X-X111 A QN1. A Gang is one division whose work takes them all over the ship. They are the "handyman" division. Whenever a piece of auxiliary equipment needs maintenance or repair, we call for the "A Gang". From the ice machine on the Mess Decks to the big reefers below, from the washers 8: dryers to the emer- gency diesel generators, these folks know the equipment and keep it run- ning. A Gang's expert mechanics never know from one day to the next where their job might take them. As well as standing watches in Main Control, Aux- iliary Watch, and Sounding and Securi- ty, A Gang ensured the small boats en- gines kept running in order to make "Liberty Call, Liberty Call" a reality. Hats off to A Gang for defining the word "flexible"! l 1 I A .itliao'v1,r1f,igi,Q.y',drwhenF h """ l l"" lf' " -i -fr now rsDr-vllllllm ""'l ll" l'?"l'f1'f l 'Vw wlrrirrideliisl ed url l.ui tri lirrll tirizl lmrlg Olll' lr ,-,ri-, .i rtrgl.rig,1rarl 1 rmr UCIIOH Oli d' srilntilf. wlrrr lIll'f'J'!l in d WPH O' n I' grfrrurri, tnrtigglirrrig rrrarhrritf, Iedre' N Ili: liitirirr slrrfdkpd across th sritrrln-:rr slrw, artrl Ihr- trtfw washed? tlr-tl tlrrvxti ltr! llit' fitglll, Sflmewhefein tin- rnyjlil was lily llatldy Ray' Lim 0' l tnirrtrv llrry lrlrrvvtng sltltlfirs, Alllthe vxlitlt' Rnlrtrt 1 april, Cuz were holding tltissri lil fr-ntral nr Sounding andge, tin ily walt lt llwn as the claws ilu' lu-ltr I'lHt'Wlll1 Annie,Dge and dal' dawns,g0 Ins Mnnrrng nursing it away and lyagk litrrrrt' .against With UCC breathing down mir nt-r ls, wt- drrn't have time to sweat tt-vt-ritlmup.1ltLhtr'lsweatswithEODey. 1-rytlayj .intl IJC3 Bowman, the DCPO, is nialtrrig surf' the M-3 is done lnstyle ur playing liasltr-thall, missin slml, 'Ihr-rv is Grandpa lake sleeping Of holding his bark with Bilbo trying to surpass Grandpa in his napg HT2, hating DC work, but making repairs for Hand and his jerks, while female terror, DC1, trit-s to get him to do his DC PMS. As we head west, Devil Med isleft be- hind hut not the tears, fears,and memo- rit-s of Devil Med 1-90. g every B84M fi f l g al Kg N -1 4 X ff s -5. ,I 1- f T W, V, - Xui,,' . Q . fi" A ,'Qx. 5' ss, One of the hottest land noisiestll places to be on the ship belongs to the MPA and his "snipes": the Engineroom. Lead by their fearless leaders, the CHENG and MPA, the Boiler Techni- cians and Machinist Mates do every- thing necessary to enable MOUNT BAKER to "go thataway". Our ability to "Deliver with Class" to the Fleet de- pends on getting there, and that is B8tM's job. The BT's are responsible for the oper- ation of the boilers and associated auxil- iary equipment. They keep a close eye on the temperatures, pressure and ma- terial condition of the boilers while standing their various watches through- out the "Hole", The MM's maintain all the equipment in the hole that put the BT's steam to work to get MOUNT BAKER through the water. They ensure the grease and oil are where they need to be to keep the shaft turning. B 81 M work side by side in a danger- ous and vital job. They are engineers, mechanics, and firefighters. Even though they rarely see the light of day, they still maintain a sunny disposition. Ol OW unikitt oifow Division consists of the Op- erational Specialists and Electronic War- fare Specialists who live and die in the dark glooms of CIC. Together these two teams of technical wizardry band to- gether to supply the Bridge Watch Team with accurate and timely informa- tion concerning the local warfare pic- ture. ,,y90g gl ...mamma .- . - The "C" in OC stands for "Communi- t'ation". Our Signalmen and Radiomen assigned to OC Division must keep ug in contact with the outside work and handle vital tactical messageswithinthe Battle Croup both visually lsignalmenj and electronically fradiomenj. Signalmen work outside communi- cating with the world, sending andre- ceiving flashing light, semaphore, and signal flag communicationsand working on their suntans. Their fellow Radiomen are trained in the use of the most mod- ern transmitters, receivers, and compu- ters, keeping them inside to communi- cate with the world. tSorry guys, notans under fluorescent lightsll Teamwork, accuracy, integrity and personal honesty are the trademarks found in these outstanding individuals. F-mr l . Q i K GE CDF QEXOF Division consists of two separate work centers: Elec- tronics Technicians QETQ and Fire Controlmen QFCQ. The OE half of the division takes care of all the electronics onboard. From the various communications and radar equip- ment down to the televisions and portable radios used, these highly skilled techs are usually trained in specific areas, but must be well versed in all aspects of the rating to be able to answer the call day or night. OE as a whole has had numerous "mountains" to overcome this cruise. Maintaining the equipment is fun and great - until the equipment breaks!! Then it's long days and nights wracking your brains to figure out the hows and whys! They have replaced the TACAN antenna and the Radar antenna - a 1,500 pound monster - this cruise. The OF half of the division consists of Fire Controlmen who have been to school for six months to learn all the facets of the CIWS tClose In Weapons System! gun system. They maintain a highly sophisticated computerized gun system which is our main line of defense. Their ongoing task is to keep two CIWS mounts up and in perfect running conditions between watches. OF has had it's share of "mountains" to overcome, too: long days and nights of troubleshooting. But their work shows! The gun mounts were inspected and praised for being in outstanding material condition! Our FC's are the "Cream of the Crop" when it comes to CIWS know-how and are the best techs around! un-. s ---f 5 V . y I l ,l,,,f,....., 119251 fl Q li- ' 71 vo, -vi' sift"-'f" tv- .. ...,Y...Tj '. ' , ,-Sv .f f I' Q .isp lat 1 NAVIG T 0 .1 1, , pg l l l l,g Ilu- Nnvlgdlors ol MOUNT BAKER .nv ilu' Qudrlvrrrmsivrs from Nav div, mm llwu lubnslulmuwwllerelheghl, us going at all Um:-s fnnsranl lo i lp cl.-4 k w.m h vw-nts, continual ggsllgflll lm-5, and shocmng stars are all part :ll llu- qlmIlt'IIHd5lC'IS poly. Always alert al- wdysclum'rlL1l,QMfQ,Millerandllisclew nmku- sum- wc are hc-faded in therighldi. u-c non, Aa'-I llulnln Q ADM DEPARTME Administration consists of many dif- ferent work centers, encompassing many different missions: the Ship's of- fice deals with records and instructions and generally deeps the paperwork moving. The CAREER COUNSELOR is concerned with recruitment, retention and making sure everyone is happy with hisfher job. The MASTER-AT-ARMS force keeps law and order about the ship. The CHAPLAIN and RELIGIOUS PROGRAM SPECIALIST remind of us God's love. They help us deal with the spiritual and emotional side of life and being away from home for six months. The 3-M COORDINATOR keeps PMS flowing constantly to keep the ship up to par. The POSTAL CLERK keeps us in touch with home. The COMMAND MASTER CHIEF looks out for the good of all enlisted members. With a six month cruise comes a lot of work to be done. Admin has taken up their share of the "after hours" sched- ule. With the loss and replacement of many key personnel, the office has gone through a lot of changes. They have re- ally pulled together to accomplish their mission. Our Master-at-Arms force was busy in the field and at the desk. The ChapIain's office kept up a busy sched- ule of worship, Bible Study, training and visitation for our religious needs, along with coordinating all the tours for the crew. The Master Chief, our Senior En- listed Advisor, helped settle many prob- lems among the ranks. All in all, it was a very busy cruise. rp! .3 S-'I M was S-fl Division is responsible for order- ing, issuing, ri-t i-iving, and storage Qfatt ir-pair parts ni-1-cle-d for the mainte- nant 4- of tht- sliip's machinery and i-quiprni-nt and all consumables re- quirt-rl to pe-rforrn day to day functions, lltis Mt-d 1-90 4 ruise was a challe for all of thi- storekeepersg one that won't soon he forgotten. Some of us have ni-ver had the opportunity to ex. pi-rii-nc 4- a Med cruise and the others still entsour'itis-red new and different sit- uations, learning to deal with different nationalities, customs, and regulations was always a challenge. All in all, S-1 worked as a team and learned that it takes giving the best you've got to get the job done. nge tT'S OVER!! The six month deploy- ment is finally over. What an accom- plishment. Every day we provided the MOUNT BAKER crew with three wholesome meals. That is a total of 564 meals including Thanksgiving and Christmas. It took alot of long hard hours by everyone in the division. Every time we entered port, while the rest of the crew was on liberty, S 2X5 was load- ing out on stores and provisions to feed the crews. S 2f5 worked longer hours than most, proving every day at meal- time that they took pride in their work and cared about the crew of MOUNT BAKER. W f iiityi S3!4 ww -A-liiilwiwiii ' A 'R " T Awww ' ,J A" if -MVS A is N... - X -iiiiii.rW,,m ,A ,N X X X Afwwm "WV, A ,MM """""lllwlv ,,a......--1 S 3f4 is comprised of ship's service- men QSHQ and disbursing clerks QDKJ. The SH's carry out their duties diligently by ensuring the ship's store and gee- dunk are stocked and a cold soda is available, day or night. They are also re- sponsible for the crew's laundry and providing military haircuts for all hands. DK's are hard at work everyday, correcting pay problems, exchanging foreign currency, posting LES's, and fig- uring travel claims. This cruise has been a successful one for S-3f4. The SH's, after completing their last minute load out in the wake of Hurricane HUGO, broke all existing sales records, turning over a MOUNT BAKER record of 521,100.00 to the ship's Morale, Welfare, and Recreation fund. The DK's, in light of poor mail ser- vice, did an outstanding job computing pay using old LES's as well as staying on top of all travel claims. P1 H S4 EDICAL ,J ?""" 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Q1 , Ms, ,III Rl lf f if G f 'Q 'f U , . f x X fi f N ' x ff I .f If X 4 ,ff 1 .3 Fr ' Lf- , ' yi ff" 2 W' 4,4 .A M , A Onboard for Med Cruise 1-90 was Detachment Twenty Six of Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit Two, homeported at NAB Little Creek, VA. The Det, headed by Lt. Brian Brakke, in- cluded WTC Ellison, EW1 Snee, and AO1 Gunter. They provided MOUNT BAKER and the rest of the MED 1-90 Battlegroup with a mobile, well trained, EOD team that could meet any explo- sive incident head-on. The Det conducted many EOD relat- ed drills and trained on regular basis to keep themselves sharp in the event they maybe called to go "downrange" along with WTC Ellison conducting daily PT for the ship's crew. Along the way, visits were made to many foreign EOD facilities: Palma, Spain, Marseille, France, and Haifa, Isra- el. The highlight ofthe cruise was when we provided United States Secret Ser- vice Support for Malta Summit '89 on- board the USS BELKNAP providing se- curity for the President of the United States, George Bush and Soviet Leader, Mikhail Gorbachev. www M' " After following Hurricane HUGO's trail to the MOUNT BAKER, HEL- SUPPRON SIX DET FIVE quickly became a vital asset for accomplishing battle group tasks. Both the ship and air det learned early on to be flexible and therefore were able to handle the fluid operational schedule with great suc- cess. DET FIVE expanded MOUNT BAK- ER's capabilities and proudly continued her tradition of delivering anywhere, anytime, on a moment's notice. A1 :'f"fE.i'i. D --.- ,f'i'. f qppfu X i' - SQTl"gk':"' 'U-lulll' 'il!lll'I fav-vw Stl .H A BA Za f.. n R - 'IMI - l II U ie . Cdr. MJ. Worley Commanding Officer 01 Sept 89 - 07 Nov 89 "Sign on, young man, and sail with me. The stature of our homeland is no more than the measure of our- selves. Our job is to keep her free. Our will is to keep the torch of freedom burning for all. To this solemn purpose we call on the young, the brave, the strong and the free. Heed my call. Come to the sea. Come sail with me. - john Paul jones ,. ' -'M-fy. fa 1. ,.- - Our cruise book would not be complete without a special tribute to two friend and shipmates - Commander M. I. Worley and Lcdr. Bruce Browne. Both of these gentlemen harkened to the call to leave what they were do- ing and take up additional duties. In Captain Worley's case, he said "C-ood-bye" to home, family, and his pressing responsibilities as Chief Staff Officer for COMDESRON FOUR to lead us during our preparations to deploy and our first month of MED 1-90. Lcdr. Browne exchanged his duties as USS MOUNT BAKER's First Lieu- tenant for those of Executive Officer. To both of these men, our heartfelt thanks for outstand- ing leadership, on short notice, in a time of need. algge I L lv"-il lg! if ea 119 Lcdr. Bruce Browne Executive Officer 02 oct 89 - 11 Dec 89 E ,gmc 117464 7 X T1 iix-2? SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER LT JOE MOEGLIN LTIG PATRICK IONES LT ANTHONY WILLIAMS LTIG THGMAS MCDOWELL 1 T I ENLISTED SURFACE WARFARE SPECIALIST BT 2 ISWI TERRY BT3 ISWI CILLENWATER EM2 ISWI MAY EM2 ISWI CARLISLE BM2 ISWI THOMPSON OS3 ISWI MCCABE BM2 ISWI HARRIS BM3 ISWI MLIRILLO EWSN ISWI EVANS BM2 ISWI BENDER BM2 ISWI STOLL EM2 ISWI BREAULT O52 ISWI HAWN SK21SWj MENzIE BM2 ISWI FAISON RM1 ISWI IASPER SA ISWI WHITE ADVANCEMENTS RP3 CARRIER DM3 WOODIE CMC2 MOORE SH3 DAVIS MM2 BRYANT DC2 RAY RM3 DANIELS IC2 DODGE MM2 SWEENY BM3 MLIRILLO SH2 HEWLETT BM2 H. THOMPSON SHS SCOTT RM2 HINTON HT2 WENZ EN3 WARREN OS2 IACRSON RMI HENDERSON BM3 D. WILLIAMS EC2 ISWI MCCHEE MMI MURPHY MM3 LONG DI43 MCCRAY BM3 STAGG MM2 CAMERON MM2 CROLEY , f the BMI ISWI STOLL . f 4 RN I ,, , x BM2 TARvER A -AQ 0--J' Kvfff A AIRCREWMAN f , , I N x Tl AMH2 HEMPHILL I H if ' f OMECOMING 555' , 'C '- ., ,f'- ff' 1 Mn Ap RIL 11 19 . 90 Ml- :im BABIES y C91 MM3 joseph 84 Robin Fisher joseph Raymond Fisher, jr 7 lbs 21 inches BM2 David 81 Amy Snow joshua David Snow 8Vz lbs 23 inches EN3 johnny 84 juanita Guice Stephanie Morgan Guice 7 lbs 22 inches SH3 Glenn 84 Sandy Moyer james Michael Moyer 8 lbs 20 inches SK3 Patrick 84 Marla Mitchell Destiny Grace Mitchell 7 lbs 8 oz 21 inches 'AW' " 411"'f' .4 .1if1C,?L!f7f-'fiii 'ff'-ffl' ' ,,,., V- ,S A lJXAM45' g,,Z ZA gli l PN3 Marc 81 Sherry Siskind Cassandra Marie Siskind 7 lbs 7 oz 19.5 inches SH3 Timothy 81 Sheila Lewig Timothy jerome Lewis 6 lbs 9 oz 20 inches SMC fSWj Richard 8: Anna McDor18 Nathaniel Shane McDonald 7 lbs 14 oz 22 ir1Cl'l95 ENS. Steven 81 Lori StearnS Tyler Wilson Steafm 8 lbs 9 oz 22.5 incheS F STAFF ' - S B t Edllor' Ens usan UX on Darkroom Technicians: Ens Susan Buxton Assistant Editors: Lt Glen Krans EW1 lohn Snee EW1 lohn Snee AMH2 Sam Hemphill L t 84 D ' : Photographers: Ens Susan Buxton ayou eslgn Fllltllslldhn Zuxton AMH2 Sam Hemphill Lt Glen lgrarrlse EW1 lohn Snee Additional Photos: MM3 Daigle LCDR Kollmorgen BT2 Heath DCFN Speflfs OS3 McCabe SK2 Menzie DK1 Sylvester l-l Pfatef MS1 lSWj Ferguson And all the other people I have forgotten to name! Well, it was a long, hard, emotional cruise guys, but we made it. From Hurricane Hugo destruction and an unscheduled deployment to a cruise with only 29 ships alongside and ' ' ' " BAKER did not have it being the "Dirtiest Ship I have ever seen! the crew of MOUNT easy. As always, the crew pulled together, meeting all scheduled and unscheduled com- mitments, with true pride and professionalism, keeping MOUNT BAKER's image as a "can do" ship untarnished. ' b First to the crew, a special thanx, because without you there would have never een a "crews" book. Most of all, a special thanks to my staff, Chaplain Krans, EW1 Snee fSneemanj, and AMH2 Hemphill, and to the Air Boss, LCDR Kollmorgen, for listening to all my ranting and raving. lt would have been impossible without you guys. Fair winds and Following Seas - Ens. Susan Buxton Editor W ALSWORT H CRUISE BOOK OFFICE PUBLISHING 5659 Virginia Beach Blvd C 0 M PA N Y Norfolk, VA 23502 Marcollne, Mo. U.S.A. , 3 E Q 1 I v I . 1 i 5 s 1 i ? E 1 ? 1 W W 1 P I f 1 1 3 1 jr i I I w 1 1 i , e., 1 2 ? 1 K 5 . Q 'I '5 ,i 1 X5 we ' 5 E 1 1 s lx, 4 w, fl nw sl! ' 5 if 2 iii w ii 5? if 52 ii 2i Y T 'I Q I x a 5 P4 Lx fi 55 1 .ii 5 'E 1 1 f Y W .1 SL T31 is, vv Sf, 3 5? ik Q! g 'Q in I K , 5 'l R I! , 6 i e Ag e 2 Qi 1 i v , 1 Q, , i gl 1 4 1 v if .4 2 A L P v I1 Q Z 5 1 I v 1 i x 1 i I 5 i Q I 2 3 I 3 1 I 2 r E 3 1 u I i i 3 . 2 1 X 1 I i Y . 1 f E 1 X 4 fu Yann nn 9 ' ' I 0- -, on-':e"1f.f'4,. 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