Mount Katmai (AE 16) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1966

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You whose photographs appear on these pages made it that and you may be justifi- ably proud. I certainly am proud of you. Among your plaudits are these: From COMMANDER SEVENTH FLEET. "Your performance during recent replenishment of Oriskany was most impressive to observe. The spirit and proficiency with which you went about the task was indeed gratifying to see and is indicative of unusually fine morale and superior state of training. It is no wonder that your name is getting around the fleet as a great performer. Keep it up and on this occasion I want to offer a most well deserved well done. VADM John J. Hy1and." FromCOMMANDER SER- VICE GROUP THREE. "Records and re- ports are satisfying evidence of the pursuit To the Men of MOUNT KATMAI AE-lo for doing a job better than anyone thought it could be done with an aged fleet ammo ship and Norwegian Ste am. A heartfelt well done to MOUNT KATMAI and crew. RADM Janney." FromCOMMANDER DESTROYER SQUADRON THIRTY TWO. "After seeing your fine ship giving us such outstanding service, we have decided that you are more than eligible for honorary membership in DESRON 32. We would be honored if you would wear our squadron decal on your bridge wing." Such commendations are not earned by accident, nor are 437 short tons per hour transfer rates when the highest previously accomplished by any AE had been 303. These achievements are a direct result of your spirit, your skill, your teamwork and your desire to excel -- all the attributes which make you a gre at crew. I am grateful to have been your shipmate . aww 1 1 l 4 1 J i 1 1 ! 1 i I E A . l , 7 I I 1 A 4 1 i x F 1 r A 1 1 1 t r 1 4 3 1 i . 3 i 9 I I F USS MOUNT Ship's History nition ship MOUNT KATMAI operated in support of the attack carrier task forces and other units of the Seventh Fleet in the South China Sea and South Vietnam area. This deployment marked I I During her 1966 deployment to the Western Pacific, the ammu- her 14th tour of duty, in 21 years commissioned service, with Seventh Fleet. MOUNT KATMAI completed her last deployment in December 1965 in support of the Vietnam War. Except that the scene of operations was shifted some 1,000 miles South, the deployments in the South China Sea have been very reminiscent of MOUNT KATMAI's three deployments with the Seventh Fleet during the Korean War. From 1950 to 1953 the ship supported United Nations forces off Korea with only short periods in the United States. For about three months in the sum- mer of 1950 she was the only ammunition ship engaged in replen- ishment operations with the Combatant Force of the United Nations. For her performance of duty during that time MOUNT KATMAI was awarded the Navy Unit Commendation. In the 12 years between Korea and South Vietnam MOUNT KATMAI followed the established operational pattern for Service Force Ship's of the Pacific Fleet -- participation in training exercises off the West Coast as a unit of the First Fleet, over- haul and maintenance periods in the San Francisco Bay area, nine deployments to the Western Pacific for operations with the Seventh Fleet. MOUNT KATMAI is named after a semi-active volcano, which is located in the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes in MOUNT KATMAI National Monument at the head of the Alaskan Peninsula. ' f Y M-'GJ - N. - -nn. . 'Kin' Qw- ,, -.ia K V. 3. -, 1, ,-s- .ar -1' -4 ,- .. -, u, 11 ,,, 1 ., I . "' 05, - k" 1-V' . A , Q. A' 'VL :Zi v-79.1 KATMAI AE-16 QWWXW 'V "LW iff ' 1 . ., 1 Ar ...-, ,,,,x,v , 17-.- v K - , ' .- , , 5,1 - ,,.,..-'-"'?, - , W ' 4, ',,m:'. -.J .,..f "QQ,-1x'5ZpU, Ll - , sf T,4.- , J - --0' .- 9'--13'-,, "E- .. , - .- - . , w ' . 1 12. '1fQi-y,-2.5-j , .v - A -- " -rg '17 -- 5 ff - fur- --4' A ' N.- - R ...-... - l'1"'fk , Q, , f ,A T .-1, K I 4--3" " q""5-Ta-,'1-f 5 ' A' "'-,-- ',f 4 l Jesse A. Naylor was born 23 August 1920 at Linn, Kansas. His boyhood days were spent in Kansas where he attended Kansas City Jr. College for a year and a half prior to entering the U.S. Naval Academy in 1939. He was commissioned Ensign June 1942 and reported aboard the USS COLHOUN as Gunnery Officer. A short two months on duty and COLHOUN was sunk off Guadal- canal by Japanese bombers. His next assignment was as Engineer Officer aboard USS SPENCE, one of Arleigh C31 Knotb Burke's ""Little Beavers." While aboard SPENCE he was promoted to LTJG and subsequently to LT. Having qualified as a "Salty DD Sailor" he was sent to Submarine School in New London to add to his qualifica- tions. USS SEALION was his first assignment "down deep" where he was the First Lieutenant from April to November 1945. LT Naylor reported aboard USS POMFRET in December 1945 where he spent three and half years as Gunnery, Engineering, and Executive Officer. He was relieved April 1949 and spent a two year shore tour at BUPERS, adding another half stripe while he was there. September 1951 and LCDR Naylor was back at sea aboard USS CLAMAGORE for ten months as Executive Officer. Following CLAMAGORE he commanded USS TRUMPET- FISH for two years. Commanding Ctticer July 1965 - Nov 1966 Newport, R.I. was his next home where he was a student and then on the Staff of the Naval War College for nearly three years. He was promoted to CDR in 1955 while at the Naval War College. Subsequent tours found him as Operations 'Officer for COMSUBFLOT ONE, then Commander Submar1neD1V1S10U 33. He was Undersea Warfare Officer for CINCPACFLT for three Years in Pearl Harbor. September 1962 and CAPT Naylor was black on the "Mating land" at the Pentagon as Chief, Strategic Forces Brant! , Soviet Bloc Division in the Defense Intelligence Agency' On July 31, 1965 CAPT Naylor took command of USS MOUNT KATMAI until December l, 1966. From the MOUNT KATMAI CAPT Naylor reported to Defense III- stitute Language School in Washington, D.C. Among the various decorations CAPT NaY10I' is enutlig to wear are the Legion of Merit, Bronze Star,.Iil1II1,l:1it Heart, Commendation Ribbon, and the Presidentla Citation. CAPT Naylor's family makes their home in. Arlington, Va. Two sons and two daughters keep his Wlfe 112119221 on the go. Mrs. Naylor is an accomplished af lsision writer. She has sold several paintings and her revearly of The Navy Wife was published by Harper and Row in 1966. Commonding Ctficer H- l'4'!5-s. gy, If Executive John Stuart Herman was born May 26, 1922 in Philadel- phia, raised in Floral Park, Long Island and attended Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute before enlisting in the Navy in August 1942. He was commissioned Ensign and designated a Naval Aviator in Oct. 1943. World War II was spent on jeep carriers in the Pacific flying TBF Avenger Torpedo Bombers. Post war tours followed in patrol planes, and instructor duty. In 1956 LCDR Herman graduated from Test Pilot School at the Naval Air Test Center, Patuxent River and commenced a three year tour as a project pilot in the Flight Test Division. Sea duty followed as Operations Officer of Car- rier Air Group Eight in FORRESTAL and 1961 as Com- manding Officer of Attack Squadron Sixty-six in INTREPID flying A4 Skyhawks. After duty on the staffof Commander, Air Force, Atlantic, CDR Herman assumed command of Attack Squadron Forty-two, the first A6A Intruder Squad- ron in the Navy. After serving as Operation Officer of FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT, CAPT Herman reported to Joint Task Force Two in Albuquerque for duty as Test Director. After more than 24 years in the Navy and over 6,000 hours flying time CAPT Herman assumed command of MOUNT KATMAI on December 1, 1966. Mrs. Herman and two boys reside in Albuquerque and one daughter is a senior at Old Dominion College in Norfolk. Officer George W. Tracy was born in Evanston, Illinois on Feb- ruary 4, 1926. He calls San Diego, California his home. His Navy Career began in March 1943. LCRD Tracy spent the next eleven years, with a short period of inactive duty, progressing from Seaman to Chief. His rating speciality was as Air-Electronics Technican. Most ofhis duty assign- ments as an enlisted man were with Flight Crews located on the East Coast. LCDR Tracy attended OCS in Newport, R.I,, and was com- missioned Ensign in August 1954. He was assigned to the USS ELECTRA initially for a short tour as Salvage Boat Officer. Subsequent tours found him as ""Ops Boss" aboard the EPPING FOREST and as Gunnery Officer and Executive Officer on the JOHN R. CRAIG. Shore duty in San Diego at the NAVCOMSTA followed by duty with COMSERVRON ONE as Plans and Readiness Officer pre- ceded his assignment as Executive Officer aboard MOUNT KATMAI in January 1965. LCDR Tracy is married to the former Grace L. Stampfly of Bellingham, Washington. They have five children. The oldest daughter Terry is married and lives in San Diego, a son Steve is in his first year at MT. Diablo Jr. College. LCDR and Mrs. Tracy make their home in Concord and are both avid bowling fans. Ships Officers 4-im... ffm.. , ' Y First Row ENS Weeks Second Division Officer ENS Savage, DCA- ENS Elliott, First Division Officer, CWO Olson, Ordnance Second Row-LTJG Kearns, Communication Officer- LTJG Nearing, Navigator, LTJG Stern, Disbursing ' ' ' Off' r- LCDR Tracy, Executive Officer LT Mars Engineering Officer LT Barnes First Lieutenant, LT English, Operations Officer ' ! 3 7 . Officer, LTJG Densmore, MPA, LT Buhr, Supply Off1cergThird Row-CAPT Herman, Commanding ice , 9 , 3 , ' ' ' ' we A S :S -95' Q , 5 In NN QA 'Q of do 0 QQ 'Q if flue erew i First Division .-43 sf First Row-Bruce, Bryant, Burton, Dawson, Hilgardner. Second Row-Oschner, Jacques, Perrin, Rawlings, Carrol, Mmm Third Row-Ens. Elliott, Lanier, Honyotski, Bevins, Carey, Mercer, Fleming. Q 10 HSI' First Dlvlslon i 1 l 0 , First Row-Kern, Lynn, Gasque, Martin, Mitts. Second Row-Chow, Simpson, Boyd, Westbrook, Genske, Dykima. Third Row Ens. E111ott, Ransom, Wenger, Johnson, Bradley, Kirkegaard, Tainter Second Dlvlslon ff 4 X IW' "" ze, t., 0 .N i if X First Row-Hartsfield, Weichel, Street, Hendrix, Dorf Ens. Weeks, Plato, Bearden, Naish, Adams, Milligan. '4 Va 'N--.. Second Division Q f"f t .1 S. ., 4' gf i , f N , Q r ii SQ, S, i, X M W 3 ,W X , fi I . 'S' 4 f ' ff , f , Q x A A 2, i Q 0 , . W, W I x s je- if 5 W' i M 1 ix , Q2 ' 4 V, , ,v.,, if, X J' f t , ,, ,-, ff? , , in ' M i gi1'St Row-Pickett, Harboldt, Whitten, Linsey, Strictland. Second Row-Weber, Fowler, Mac Carroll, Yurko, Sutton. Third OW-Ens. Weeks, Roberts, Pfeiffer, Jones, Daly, Bennett. , W DQ,- 1, Y f,,,, cf' ja' ,ff ,, S dR N rvesen Stepp Wallace Perkms Parks, Willi Division Hia 1 ""'-w. is J 4 I I J mi- ii 5.1 kms x First Row-Lorentz, Funk, Lambdin, Cleaves. Second Row-Anderson, Lee, McElroy, Williams. Third Row-Merrill, Stropes, Burnham, Stone, Chief Gomez. A Division s 3 , V ,ao Q , mi 5: .. ',4Sv:I:g: - K f A , tx k J' j f In V Q J .. IEIEEIR 4 A ':-23:-. . 'f -.-. V ' W Q, ,,,.x A x 5.1 ,,.,:g5. :jf ,c ,I-4, gk: hmm, i mlm i a , mQag, ' j 'vi , i 1 1 x t , . Z 5 2 W 'aww-Mx - ww First Row-Pintado, Hinton, Steburg, Keys. Second Row-Boston, Worsham, Hammond, Stewart, Weick. Third Row-LTJG Densmore, McFarland, Kaufenberg, Greif, Chief Sunken. B Division w E 0, 'W ,W N f Mk, X xx . 'gg' blvll' V ,I V. B ' . N 4 5 i Q i X J , Z' A? 1 1 N .-- J 'lun First Row-Thompson, Jacobson, Vetterli. Second Row-LTJG Densmore, Stanely, Nicholson, Waldrop, Chief Nockerts E Division s I i x ui'.. My Q ,W QQ f li is i 1 1 if I if 5 i... ix X Q' i j " i',i , Q it ,, 41 "" 'H' Q --W 4 i i .Pl 1 2 ,Q E11 lg . ' .Third First Row-McNelly, Whitehouse, Colina, Malone Stallins.Secor1d Row-Bushard Douglas Divito Baker Benning 1 Y 7 , ENS,Savage, Garcia, Neville, Chief Folk, Chief lXiIcDonnel1. '4 M Division 1 'I 5' ' A i X w -- X . ',,. 215 - we - - S J x Q 7 gkqmw ' M, . ,, Q 4 1 -ri fi ' . QXNS i f. o E x x I ,ff 'S I X L -N -- si 'M Q 'Q 1 i I 'Ai::-9 J Y' V 1 Q ' :si i- ,f we B' H V " s A ., 4 L., Q, 4 f 8 Q1 S X 1 S .,.,,, 3 i wi i Q, ff 3 is ' H' 1 1 Q i 41 -'W N. -'nw I 2 'R . i ,v, . it ii 'Dai 'Ly First Row-Horn, Long, Hall, Churchill. Second Row-McKeen, Hanson, Denning, Hilliard, Gauze, Helzer. Third Row-LTJG Densmore, Deerfield, Rudisell, Phillips, Garot, Chief Stevens. R Division Y A .., ' N' -'Nl K 1 Q t W -.N , -1 1 N. .5 X hi if H i if ' 3,- N .w 'X ,,,.,,f. 'Y' we f' X N x x First Row-Shearer, Tuttle Ani dR0w.E , cerson, McDougall. Sceconi If - ' ' ' ' Savage, Hilton Freie H 1 ' Thir v x , S 11931-3' c ow itll mm, limmulti, l'21I HN W, Odum ' , , o comb, Chxef Barnes. -N IIS i P' -'7 Cperohons Dlvlslon Nw AOR xv? ,f 5,9 pw X ,ft ,...-X Nik l 409' First Row-Guzman Lanham, Bender, Reinardy, Greene. Second Row-Charles, Kut, Worley, Weiford, Sherwood, Waldridge Third Row-Page Brooks, Russell, Curdy, Jacobson. Fourth Row-LTJG Kearns, Sellers, Pritchard, Coates, Chief Davenport Chief Roberts lfx, 'X-.. 5 Q Sl Q, f " 'TNQ-. 2 T q Welshalls ws 1, Crowe, Corbett, Rodriquey, Gordon Sorondlfow Ilumg mum Sutton Us ill lhomr' Row LTJG Stern Farrell, Cruz Dav 1 5 if Supply Division I --' -if o ,, 'I WV x I I t Y f dsl ,fs . , . s 1. V , f ,r I k N x 1 ,I 4 is J , s ' ll g X , cl'4"" 1 i , vs- 7 1 -iw i - ,.W,,,,,,,, f J 1 . l First Row-Servidad, Bernardo, Marquez, Fernandez, Castro. Second Row-Elliott, Glatz, Petty, McCarthy, Ellis. Third Row LTJG Stern, Wright, Epps, Kessler, Cruz, White. Watch Stcmders 1 First Row-Putney Hearder Fritz Peterm H , , , an, ardesty, Davis, Arnold, Second Row-Dones, Rupe, Craig, Newmans, IHI19 hoffer, May, King, Healy, Third Row-Clark, Farmer, Silver, Moore, Smetana, Adams. X X X ' ig , fy, , X! Y, 5 i W a, ,' W S 44 Ax"'L 'QT I W f .:'i ' l fi .ft If f 3 2 'if fig XX il t S U 1- lb ff A 1 5 l .X "2 S l S X ,S S4 i all f...-.,,. 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X ff .. nk N 1 f r f gv 4, AOs,z e -- Af 2 X f , M e ff X F 3rd Division Commences salute to CAPT Naylor 'Q f I ll ,X x :ai , I - x 1 - 3 I . ---P5106 ' .....:, 197 MS Q... ,ii for Inspection if Cal ,ss . S t f s s, .5 v H F 1 ,Sl my . Lanier, BMz x so X a W2 .at as . 4 X -Al Supply Gets an Outstanding Case and CAPT Naylor afiwa' Welcome Chief of Novel 4..l.--nl Aboard Cperotions x sw, in M Jennifer Jones W! - Q , fx f, ws M I ' 1 36 A 'VN Visits KATMAI XS ai-.ff--4 MW dfiw, as my www-,. 6 . ymw , 'knnwm .f v be V4 43 - I f V223 p , I lx,wS5 if , I. iv, ' 4 I X N 5 X But Captain, Be-vins taught me how to pipe chow!! i X X Xe X tx ,Q You sure there's enough room to land a Jet, Ed? Our Crew? CO-Did you leave any paperl? Hey, Jack I think we'd better get a machinist's mate to fix it! I Q... XX1oe,e Ig ,-fvx . -xxwm l I I wr Is there a gunner in the crowd? J" , nl rl ai., Don't worry Chief, we'11 be back to Subic next year! Underway Again! Okay, I've got the deck and the conn?! ' Q fo W 1-nf, ,ff ff' Z 1 5 ,gl 72 ww 1 I YWWSW S? eff , ' Same to you, FELLA! X ,ggi-Qy, W ff f M -f-- ' ,f X I f R -TP' ' : ,' Ji ' f f K 'W ffhv G y My f 5 f i: tx f, 4, I . N Q ' Q 54. 'e fri Y 2 f" 'Wi' -.4 i J! wg Qx K 'ntl 1. -W' "t""!!hln.n+x. with ' N-ti 9' - "ln, 4, ui F, 7?-'i"' 9-f' Q-Af ... 1 A '4-' xx ,., av- ""1. , 4'3" ' . f . ' Q if f. ' " " aff f gm- -ff F uf 1 -. I-fA.A.in f 4 A if 1 M, 'XI' WANT fl, 'kxlu 1 F-E5 1. 'Jr nl .w ,- Q K . rv? N Diamond Head, Hawaii's greatest landmark. UALCI-IA NUI" Thousands pay homage to the men lost on the U.S.S. Arizona. fR? PW" Y 'W The SS, Lurline - - p . 'EF-'f5:?:rf""' lf! some people have to pay. 'Wa Statue of Kamehameha, the great Hawaiian king. - Tainter, SN? CAPT Herman I Repeat, Turn To! Anderson, YN2 Merreu, YN1 ' x V But, Captain why can't she stay overnight? - ' xy 5, I hope you don't mind having just one ear, sir Wh t do ou mean "Chicken Track"!T' Yes Sir, First thing next week! t a y W 111 4" . 1 ' I VT YVIK F. f 'fb -' '27 ' C2-'ii-"':b" 'I C" - I .. ..' L. ' q' ' 141 'mm-Q -A 'n .-'U ' A' t Y , - r2tZ'ff'..- X -uf' "".-f','?1's ' .. '- ., .,, , ff' .pf- -. l- lun . - . al , . - -- - f7',gQQl-uf! 4 'N ,f7'?- "1.. -' 'm'b!r- H -' v ' " sf' vv':"t,'1'b-' fF"" asf! ' ...I - LT' A , ,Q , U . va . ,H . I . , Al i 7 . ., 1.H,.ffA 'Qin-ffg'. Q LQQQZEV ?'f.::L5r'aI,.e:,-'14, ' I my- V - 4:1 f ' lah -4 -2-if-ar--::"f Vv.-5"4F"f2j"1:-fikn-2'W'!."'f' '-" ff-1" I ,. ' . . Ja-,.,f. -' Alrl- 3,1 4 tusuinu..q.g,...,. , "','l,a f:g,wA0jAf'.i '-'V ' . .ygfrh .f- .-gl r 2.-- ---..fe1f-A"'9"Ns..r"' Q, :9--r 'r.-'--.-.---1....- '1 X . 1 --fm. - 1 -f--- I 3 -HID' .ix iw M1 2.i75?Siw!f.'!f- V " ...-H - J - "' 4?-QL.: :Q , 1.535-3 R'Q5l:z , 'Q gy. A 1 . .-, ,'--1, . . A '-.. .-.,- -- . , . , - A ' ' "' '-'-':""f'1-4 -by-C '? "3 ':J'+'11.,,7-Jw-v .5 .. dw.. ' .. "'T-1"" ' .--""' -1 -fvr.--' 4- W'-..f+, "'PL ' " "3.-.,:"-w, '-w',"" " Kwai ' "if -- .-- 'A-f-' .r 'AD' ... E 5 .A 2. ..1n ' 'WV "ff V ,I ' fx ' 4, . , ,ow hp , V ' ,rw A 1 L I Q ,f . ' Q 5' 'F ' W K ,f,' W F f w - Q U2 , ' I K gy if -if gf , ' Y W1-I ,IUI ffl" iz N if f Some of us enjoyed local culture in colorful Philippine musical. 0 ' ' Top photo: Great originality is used in painting t e I I local taxicabs. Bottom photo: "Where there's life, there's San Miguelf, Typical rural scene near Subic - Filipino farmer and smiling daughter. water buffalo and rice field. A l l 4 Y Lf, , X f Lb ,,, ,, ' f Af 'MP W W , . ' x W as x f f' ,Si ' 4 5 f' N :+- zw .-Q1 , K 5 WL, , ,M x'!4'. F fi I s . , 1' E W gp A 2- 4 ' 'ig - 1 . pw-1' " ' ' Q N' V - .,. X g . r - f ' , . .. ' " , ,N + U ,, , V u . L 1 - G :lui tJ,:A3ba,,'Q4 1 ' -'f x" '1fzK!,,zL"f A' rvupi. 1' M'-1:1 4- .- i , tr ,f -X " Chief Nockerts umpifing While, , ,X ,-ui. x-Wffwww ' ..'.-vs X ' ' fp 3 1 Lh3 !,4Y x wk , yin! k"M N 0,4 ,. . , , . . U 42, , 4 ,, -W .ff ww- x " iff ,fr UM S ,, gf, Epps on the i' ' V lf ' mound at Grande Crew Makes Y Recrecihonfli W At Grand VL .l W0 6 ga, I .quo L, il A . .- 1 n i in 4 ' f' ff i ' -M , . 1 Jn,-35 if , V N in if , ,z i i if 4 " 1 M W. .me f ,V f M- whip f V Q I, . 145. was i Ani , y 'Heidi' it -a if ' w ' ' f , ,HJ f ' 31 N. X i ,W pp i QM , A 4 1 Wai- -fi i new. if i 1 i i i i 'ff 219:-,,,,, fi- -fa-A.: f, ffifvff:.i2":: M it jf Y x., i 5' Ji, "'iwr"""' yi. ' ,. ' -'Vi I 9 mi 2 , Wg, by .4 1, ..,..,. . ,,..,,. Y ,f g le Young is at bat U se i i LCDR Tracy and Locerman test ski Fociiities L K - I 11s at Horseshoes X . i I iSiClnCi yM X MAYBE NEXT CRUISE in, -S? v 4 ,A-I. Top photo' Night life in world's largest city is second fm 'i-:LV ., , L A A V' 'rf ' ,5 ' t ' to none. Instead of "Gay Pareef' it's now "Terrific Tokyo. H gi f 'orvf 'jf' V i I if ' .I f.Q"fu, iv ' Bottom photo: Japanese wrestlers - - pretty rough boys. t . ,lf .rl N I x gl -mf Q- V , ' V 'P i x I ,r-.31 . -xl 4 I e t t et of o .1 1 ,L Y ' , M-nw -53, f C f 77 e flze anal of flue rerun? 5un 1 Ah. so!" One of the memorable sights of our cruise was the size and majesty of ,Iapan's famed Mount Fuji. i 1 i i 1 1 Beer Bust ot 1 I ,M l 1 i l I I1 iw li l We can't use this one, it's still full - Nw'-r-wfvw my-r14fM ,WLT ,.,, 7,7 f. -M V l . 3 Q ,rf- I SFS 5 4 4 'f V 4 CNY-" A nrO"" Q L-55' 4' 2 f YT , V, W,,.,g,,a Ji K- ii ktk5mQ,,igf.,ie i M x if K i 44' I SUN Hi i A -1 .- xA x-. Ku . i. ' , 1 ,.,-N Avl .R -X . , , .MJF quid diet I'm tellin' Ya, Doc put the crew on a li , iwm-M X. ll' ? 3 5 57: Grande Island 1... Who's soaking beer in their steak? Better have another beer! ff.. . se.. T1- B 1 G d ' H K .A Ass gel' H m 3.1" GUS 1I'1 Ong' Ong S1 " V. K. .Mfs2ef1s1,, , Q 'ED ' . 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Q ' J X 'v ' r 1 su -thy, f W SEA LIFE PARK'S FLYING PORPGISES -- Highlight at Sea Life Park's outdoor Whaler's Cove is the spectacular "formation flying" of the s e performing po rpo i se s. Visitors watch from deck of the ESSEX -- replica of a 19th-century whaling ship per- manently anchored in Whalers Cove. Sea Life Park is one of Hawaii's top visitor attractions . 1 I 4 . ' H, t , , E W, J , , owl, ,M-M W -W -W ,l gpg. , V jay-w , Wg V X V , ,Q fff ,fi f W-8591? 'www X ,ff , , ,wg L V- ,, L V gf'-y5WN,,W ' , , ,Q a aff 1- "M 4 E -V M 7 p,.2M,- ,yaypwm ,A ,. M ,M , W' "' , ,ggi I ,, , , , f ,, , ., J, A A :ff X in afw ' l, 1 K 63 Ai 6' " ye iq.,-ii Q l Chaplin Senieur Rides KATMAI on Yankee Station P I my? u j g-ff' " 1 Who Sold the Chow Wosrft Any "Good"!! l 'N lk Men Reenlist at Seo Men for Standing-BM2 Mercer, RD3 Russell, CS3 Gordon, MM1 Lightner, CAPT Naylor, SFl Paseur, EM1 Colina. Kneeling-YN2 Ander son, SH2 Wright. Receive . ,.,...e..,,,.,-u--"" .O ' X 'ft I .. I' ., ii! 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