New Jersey (BB 62) - Naval Cruise Book

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' if'-'1 ' N f -Q:V.e-'ff ' .ff 4 ' , -X ' i 'hp CO TENTS rw ,, M mu 2064 it is Z 2 Ship's History 6 Battleship Today 10 Preparation for Overseas Movement 12 Leaving Port 17 CO X XO X CMC 28 Jerseymen 33 Pusan, Republic of Korea 42 lnchon, Republic of Korea 49 Administration 65 Engineering 92 C Operations 113 Subic Bay, Republic of the Philippines 122 Crossing the Line 129 Supply 145 Medical 149 Dental 152 Navigation 155 Weapons 188 MarDet 193 Fremantle, Western Australia 209 Brisbane, Queensland 225 Sydney, New South Wales 248 Hobart, Tasmania 257 The Diplomacy "D" 262 Pearl Harbor, Hawaii 270 Tiger Cruise 276 Home At Last 283 Explosive Ordnance Disposal 285 Newcomers f Retakes 287 Cruisebook Staff JE. DH The history of the battleship USS New Jersey is meshed with the history of the United States in the late 20th century. When there were wars she rendered fire support and when there was cause to celebrate she launched the fireworks. This ship has truly been the American people's acting arm abroad for 45 years. Her story began in 1942, exactly one year after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, when she slid down the ways of the Philadelphia Navy Yard. After sea trials, she was commissioned May 23rd the following year to the cheers of thousands of shipyard workers and the crack ofa champagne bottle wielded by the wife of Charles Edison, governor of the state of New Jersey. The battleshipfs role in naval engagements was almost entirely limited to antiaircraft screening while the task force aircraft carriers THE BATTLESHIP YESTERDAY performed the operations. However she also served the fleet in pre- invasion beachhead bombardment operations and as a flag ship. During the war she'claimed nine battle stars and embarked Admirals Spruance and "Bull" Halsey. While Admiral Halsey was embarked, New Jersey was part of one of the most controversial and historic actions of the war. In a last ditch attempt to cripple advancing A invasion forces, the Japanese sent a decoy force of planeless carriers north of Leyte Gulf in the Philippines while their Center and Southern forces assembled near the islands. Admiral Halsey took the bait and steamed north to intercept the carriers with New Jersey and other fast ships of Task Force 34. The Japanese forces off Leyte struck the remaining forces and an alarmed Admiral Nimitz sent the now famous dispatch to Admiral Halsey: 'fWhere is Task Force 34? The world wonders." Admiral Halsey reversed course and steamed south at flank speed, but was too late. The American destroyers and light carriers at Leyte had already annihilated the Japanese attacking force under overwhelming odds. The Philippines were successfully captured and the Japanese Empire was effectively severed, marking the most critical naval action since the Battle of Midway. New Jersey missed by hours a classic engagement with her worthy foe Yamato, the largest battleship ever built. New Jersey continued to splash kamikazes and shell her wayup the archipelago to Japan, where she was part of the first force to strike Tokyo since Doolittle's raid. After a quick refit in the states, the end of the war f Beginnings of the aft 16-inch gun turret, October, 1941. New jersey fires her 16-inch guns during the bombardment of Tinian Island, Marianas, june 1944. New jersey, second from bottom, steams with the other lowas during the Korean War. New jersey is towed to Long Beach, Ca. for refitting and reactivation, july, 1981. . found her in Guam. She steamed to Japan for a look around and the battle cry was HI-Iome James, don't spare the boilers!" - a sentiment to be felt more times than anyone might have suspected in September, 1945. The battleship settled into a routine of midshipman training until she was decommissioned in 1948. Her high speed and fire power were needed again in 1950 when war broke out in Korea. The battleship was recommissioned and on the firing line at Wonsan by May 20th, 1951. The next day, the battleship's uncanny lucky streak was broken with her only combat loss and unfriendly large calibre hit when a five-inch shore battery scored one near the aft 16- inch gun turret and one man was killed. She served two tours of duty in Korean waters providing heavy mobile artillery in support of American and United Nations forces. New Jersey added four more battle stars. D Following the 1953 armistice, the battleship returned to the Atlantic Fleet, via another tight squeeze through the Panama Canal iwith about two feet to sparelj. She operated there until decommissioning in 1957. The decade that followed was a dark one for the gunned behemoths. While they were in mothballs, the Navy was making nuclear vessels and bigger aircraft carriers to handle long- range jets. Surface combatants traded armor for agility. Missiles gradually replaced guns. Aircraft carriers became the Navy's stead and lead the battle groups. The ship-to-ship, gun-to- gun, close-range Hshowdowni' concept became outdated, and so, it seemed, did the battleships designed for it. But there was still one mission that a battleship could accomplish more efficiently that any other craft: shore bombardment. The battleship left her three sisters and was recommissioned to fill that role off the coast of Vietnam on April 6th, 1968. She was outfitted with improved electronics gear and her light antiaircraft guns were removed. Although parts of her were still in mothballs, she was back in her environment . During her one- year tour as the world's last active battleship, she obliterated VietCong targets with over 10,000 rounds, including 3,000 16-inch bullets. When she left, she had another two battle stars and a Navy Commendation Medal to her credit. Despite objections from some Army and Marine Vietnam veterans, political and budgetary reasons determined that the New Jersey would be decommissioned December 17th, 1969. Her commanding officer regretfully retired her with the words, "Rest well, yet sleep lightly, and hear the call, if again sounded, to provide fire power for freedom." They were hopeful words, but most experts would agree that the battleship age was over. In the 1980s, the experts were proved wrong. The high speed and fire that served New Jersey well in World War II was needed again. Development of the cruise missile and the Navy's requirement to get them to sea meant a new role had developed for the battleship. As a missile carrier she would have a strike weapon with a long lethal reach and still be a capable heavily armored artillery platform New Jersey s modernization began at the Long Beach Naval Shipyard in August 1981 The battleship was outfitted with Tomahawk and Harpoon cruise missiles the close in weapons system ffor short range anti air defensel modern electronic warfare gear radars boilers were converted to burn Navy distillate fuel For the first time in almost forty years the President commissioned a Naval ship The most decorated ship in the Navy New Jersey was commissioned for the fourth time by President Reagan on December 28 1982 The President said that being aboard the battleship reminded him of being on the set of Operation Hellcat then echoed the decommissioning words of New Jersey's last commanding officer before placing her in commission for the fourth time. Her shakedown cruise began in June, 1983. International tensions dictated that it would be much more than a trial run. I-Ier deployment- was diverted from the Western Pacific to Central America and then the Mediterranean to provide a presence there She remained on station off the coast of Beirut for the next six months supporting Marines serving as a contingent of the multi national peace keeping force On three occasions New Jersey fired her 16 inch guns in their defense On February 8th 1984 she fired 288 rounds into the surrounding hills Her presence in tandem with aircraft couldnt be countered Conventional measures against the ship would meet with extremely heavy armor plating and as it is generally thought merely bounce off or cause superficial damage Her rounds were not flown in by vulnerable pilots in expensive Jets and a one ton bullet could hardly be deterred from its target New Jersey finally came home to Long Beach in May 1984 eleven months after , - , Q . . , . , . . . 7 ' ' . . . , -. . , , . - . , , . , . . . and communication equipment, and the carrier groups was significant in that it 1 7 D . . . , . . 1 ' 1 y - . . u , . , . u u if . I V 77 . 7 7 7 departing on what was to be a three month tour. New Jersey's next deployment was to be significant for another reason. lt would be the first deployment of a battleship battle group since the Korean War. As centerpiece of the battle group, New Jersey and her escorts operated from Hawaii to Thailand as the only United States Naval presence in that area from May to October, 1986. The battleship battle group included anti-air and anti-submarine warfare capable cruisers, destroyers, frigates, and support ships. It is not intended to replace an aircraft carrier battle group, however in areas of lesser enemy air and submarine threat it complements the carriers with the great and unique, fire power of her missiles and 16-inch guns. As a result of New Jerseyfs deployment, the battleship battle group concept and the battleship modernization program was validated and is alive and well in today's Navy - evidenced by the active presence of her New Jersey's three sisters. Cn July 9th, 1988, New Jersey practiced a new concept, that of the Surface Action Group. And so it begins . . , , ,f -........,,. -2 L Q, vi, v K, Hmm. W., yy 5 g A ' , .,,... 17, ' ' f X ,L,, t New Jersey lights the night during WestPac '86. The battleship underwent a seven month drydock period afterward. X5 Tl-IE BATTLESI-HP TODAY The preparations for our deployment began with a seven month extended yard period at Naval Shipyard, Long Beach. While in drydock, the massive size of New Jersey was easily seen. What an incredible feeling to stand beneath 58,000 tons of fighting ship! lt took a lot of work to upgrade the ship's condition but we were successful. Now she was mi? fs D. I. K -gully tested and certified "ready for sea." Below right, New Jersey is moored pierside at Garden Island Naval Station, Sydney, Australia. 6 ,,.W, ,,,,. .. i 64 -,-if vm K ,Leahy f,-,, Vx! J ZZ: jx ,'.' i r I l r I l K l I 1 -lm 'Film :HZ ZZ! M aff' 'f' Qwffifff-7f4'W!'ff fwwi'Q'vfW'-Affwzn'Mvayvf-ffnffzwrvnM-4, ww,'.,,,., W, ffw.,,,.w.g. f.,- WK-.. .v V ,, ,f , A- ., v ,, ,, POM An all hands picnic at Mole Park and a hugely successful dependent's day cruise were a few of the activities during New Jersev's preparations for overseas movement period. . iv, f I l l l l l l l l Yi xc A ' +4 5' mf.:- our-f -Q, , N ' . my ww MNH ,, Yv- 'v MW , ww fff fm A4441 A ,ff new WW I 5 5 vifkwtfffi' f- ,1 Aff 5155 94,7 f ,f ,, H 7, , gf wi ,W Z! Qi 1 ' ' , 1, , I' 4 f?,1f77" ' +212 1 I bfi fit ' A L , f I, xi 5,4 'i2w, I ffif, A ,JV .vm K av' Ty nv V, ' ' ffCf7'W 'f fu ', f, Q U'Wi'5'Y1'96C" 'WK' We, a.g:,.. , X f 2 , ? WJ, , 'z' " N, .f,,f , l 1, ' Q w 1 . C 5 Y 'Q . " haw Axia l ZA ., ,-fly. , X, ff , f H fwyw f W " ' " ,f rf? -Y ' fu?" P. f ,f ,, 1. ,Q , ,,, f-, , -f ,f n 4,v ffm V , f.-W fri! f Lf, gbw. 7 ' ,xiiffzfg ii 4 ff ff f rig-1 --1, The deployment date for "Aussie Trek '88" fell on Thursday, July 7. Crewmen and their wives, families or girlfriends shared their goodbyes. For many it was the most difficult part of the deployment. PNSN Lee holds his godchild. SN Tierney gives his wife a departing hug. MSSR Gilbreath embraces his fiance and other sailors say goodbyes before their loved ones must go ashore. lnext pagel DK2 Ognacevik embraces his wife for the last time before the cruise. 1113- 1 Q l 1 11 N f +355 . f ,N , :,MZgj!f,' M29 5 f -'nf MMM 490 f ' ff'4,4s,'Q , Jerseymen man the rail as the brow is lifted. DT1 Ontiveras, DA Davis, DN Gregory, OS2 Langeburg, OS2 Minton and OS2 Smith man the starboard O-3 level. G-1 and G-2 Divisions and the lVlarDet Color Guard man the forward turrets. GMG3 Dickason plays the basitone with the band. Other sailors man the main deck as the ship shifted colors and went underway. Onlookers assemble at the edge of the pier. i, . X im. A gif' ,ff fs, f ga aiwgcf Vf7lf52'411 fi 1- 1 'AS Qs 1 .4 Mak MQ lihs,-if-6., rv +73 5 if if vi' i 5 4 f , f sz at as if 'ff 9 rsaip FCSN Meagan, O52 Smith and others wave their arms frantically at their loved ones standing on Mole Park, hoping to deliver a last heart-felt farewell. SI-ll Elliot was one of the many who knew it would be a long cruise but one we wouldn't soon forget. SGI-1 f ,WX ff , wuz ,f Z4 2, 17 u Y I Captain Douglas J. Katz, a native of Bluefield, West Virginia, attended the U.S. Naval Academy, graduating with the class of 1965. . . I-le holds a Master of Science Degree in Management from the Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California and is a gra- duate of the Command and Staff Course, Navy War College, Newport, Rhode Island. Captain Katz' sea assignments have includ- ed USS Perry CDD 884D as Gunnery Assistant, First Lieutenant and ASW Officer, USS John Paul Jones lDDG 32D as ASW Officer, and after attendance at Destroyer School, as the ship's Weapons Officer, and Commander Cruiser-Destroyer Group Two as Surface Op- erations Officer, Most recently he served as Commanding Officer, USS Deyo QDD 989D during a tour in which the ship was awarded two Unit Commendations and his squadron's Battle Efficiency HE". Ashore he has served as a Shipboard Advisor with the Fleet Com- mand Advisory Unit in Vietnam, as a Weap- ons System Engineering Instructor and as the Program Planning and Budgeting Officer for the Surface Combat Systems Division in the office of the Chief of Naval Operations. Prior to reporting to USS New Jersey, he was the Director of Professional Development at the U.S. Naval Academy. Personal decorations and awards include the Legion of Merit, Bronze Star Medal with Combat "V", the Meritorious Service Medal lthree awardsl, the Navy Commendation Medal Ctwo awardsl, the Navy Achieve- ment Medal, the Vietnam Staff Service Medal First Class and numerous unit commendations and citations. l-le was selected to his present rank on 4 Feb- ruary 1985. Captain Katz is married and has two children. I-lis wife, Sharon, is also from Bluefield, West Virginia. Their son, Robert, and daughter, Erica, are both in college in South Carolina and California, respectively. Captain Daniel Salinas II, Executive Officer Captain Daniel Salinas II, a native of Donna, Texas, graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy class of 1966. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree and is a graduate of Navy Destroyer School and the Senior and In- tegrated Warfare Courses at the Naval War College. Captain Salinas has served as an Officer-in-Charge of In- shore Patrol Craft for Coastal Divisions Eleven and Twelve, a command that earned the Presidential Unit Citation and Navy and Meritorious Unit Commendations during his tour, as a Program Manager for the Commander, Naval Recruiting Command, as a Flag Secretary for the Com- mander, Naval Surface Group Mid-Pacificg and as a Special Assistant to the Assis- tant Secretary of the Navy, M 8a RA. His sea, assignments include USS Southerland CDD 743D as First Lieutenant and ASW Officer, USS Abnaki CATF 96l as Commanding Df- ficerg and USS Reeves KCG 24D as Executive Officer. Pri- or to reporting to USS New Jersey, he was Commanding Officer of USS Harry W. Hill CDD 9861 Personal decorations and awards include the Bronze Star Medal with Combat "V", the Purple Heart Med- al, the Meritorious Service 1 Medal ltwo awardsl, the Navy Commendation Medal with Combat "V" lthree awardsl, the Navy Achievement Medal, the Combat Action Ribbon, the Vietnam Service Medal l7 awardsl and numerous unit commendations and citations. He was selected to his present rank on 1 August, 1987. Captain Salinas is married to the former Paula Nyman of Haddon Heights, New Jersey, and has three children, -Kristin, Daniel III and David William. Gunner's Mate Master Chief CSur- face Warfarei "Wally" Denman, a na- tive of Miami, Florida, became Com- l mand Master Chief aboard the battle- ship August 8, 1987. When 'he enlisted 25 years ago there wasn't a recruiter's office in Beaverton, Oregon. Instead, the re- cruiter would visit the post office on Wednesdays. He graded Denman's entrance exam in the back seat of his car, handed it back over the front seat and told him he passed. "Since then I've never looked back," the Master Chief said. His sea commands include USS Benjamin Stoddard KDDG 221, USS Brister QDER 3275, USS Dixies QAD 145, USS Samuel Gompers QAD 375, USS Kalamazoo QAOR 61, USS Racine KLST 11917 and USS Camden KAOE 2l. Ashore he has served at Naval Weapons Station, Rota, Spain, River Patrol Division 573, Vietnam, at the Naval Recruiting District in Portland and Recruiting Station in Beaverton, Oregon Knot the post officel, and at Na- val Station Subic Bay in the Re- public of the Philippines. Prior to reporting aboard USS New Jersey, he was assigned to the Naval Submarine Base at Ban- gor, Washington. He plans to re- tire after this tour to spend more time sailing. Personal decorations and awards include the Navy Com- mendation Medal with Combat "V,', the Navy Achievement Medal, the Combat Action Rib- bon, the Navy Unit Commenda- tiohn, Battle Efficiency Ribbon, A five Good Conduct Medals and other expeditionary and cam- paign medals. Master Chief Denman is married to the former Linda Nicely of Carson, California. He has three children, Stacy, Brett and Adam. "Take care of a man's family, and he'll take care of the Navy," is a quote he is noted for. 1,34 62.1 wwe A '-new -H:-1 QWE-lem 1 z 7-4 5 L 2 2 1 ' a 5-45 5 P i 12 , 2 1 5 L 5 4 -A ar' 3 f 115 1 P -ff-1: 354 W ii' ' ,zW,,, 'ix "" L: F 7 R17 kk, , w E f y A E YR X AA: "" 5 ,'fj:2g'Mg1f12?I ' A 7 4? 4 f Q 2 EW 2 g 1 2 1, :f 'JW' .in 2539 ivkgj 7f3i,ff' lyk 2977 in in , ,mf M ,J , l a 1, ,V K9 3 ' , rg f 4 2, , , fn gy if fy Y' :E we f 5 "Q 2. 'G w 4 'MR 5 'e ra ,Ry V, J y 'Q , , ,, w A 1 My 5 , Q x if Y , if Q' 5 fx 1 'wi 1 ,, Wm. 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A group shot of boatswain's mates which includes from left to right, SN Burns, SN Orille, BM2 Smith ltopl, BM2 Robinson, BMS McAbee, GMGS Garza, BMS Daniels lbackl, SN Jobe, BMS Risley, SN Portier. MM1 I-lonchell becomes an instant celebrity on the evening news while standing in Number Two Engine Room. Film at eleven. PFC Lauderdale, LCPL Birkes and LCPL Arena at the changing of the guard. Occasionally signalmen can be seen after dark in a rare light display of communication magic. 31 The hard work of moving and lowering one ton projectiles to the shell decks goes on continuously. The motor whaleboat is lowered to the sea. One of the many talented crewmen aboard is demonstrating his ability to change yarn into fancyworlgc for the quarterdeck awning. Fo'c'sle basketball, battleship style. -'i'-ft 0 O ,nr M After two-and-a-half weeks at sea, Pusan was a welcome sight. Those who had been there before told stories about the great shopping bargains. As we went ashore, thoughts of slot machines, Reeboks and leather jackets filled our heads. Rough seas and high winds delayed the arrival of the liberty boats. Sailors stood in line for hours to get ashore. Despite the rainy weather, the natives were friendly. MS2 Rowles, ET2 Hutchinson, MMC Smith and ICB Chambers are happy to be ashore after their adventurous boat ride. SN Correa, SN Finley and PC3 Kendall guard the precious cargo of long-awaited mail. ff, 7, f f v , Q , ,jQ,l' 'fffm 555641 M415 ,,f,.,W , ffuyyfffffx f MMM, if fwfffi, f frffffffimfff , ,W ffqfzm f -.. V - - - -,--- Y Y- -- Y f -Y-W -- - - -- - n - E I I N . -. E ,,, ,L . x---I Sailors knew they were in the Orient when they saw monuments like the one above. HM2 St. Amour discovers bargains on Reeboks. Sailors are about to hit the beach in hopes that the boats aren't secured before they return. 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I fl F I5 'f s E Q i F I' 1 L v 4 N r 1 . n 1 I 4 T 'Q 7 rf, -3 72 -1 :Z r?-77-C.-f-----1 ,xf. M. A.M,,,4,..,,.,,,,,,.f,,...,,....f, ...... .MYW4--W -,--f,--- f- , ., V V V., , V. ,- 3-LY 575, V V . ,nl , ,t 7 , ,Q , Y, .J T.,-, V- - U ,,kY x U .Y, K V ,- Y 5, V ,H V A, K K , 3 , -1 ,L - Y., .K W3 EGM r Oo 0 X' :X ef Inchon was our gateway to Seoul, sight of the 1988 Olympic Games. Although no one aboard participated in the events, we had ample games of our own. The vertical replenishment without a helicopter and the high dive to the deck were two popular sporting events enjoyed by ship's company and guests. Chaplain Kennedy enjoys a pierside refresher. A young Korean girl anxiously awaits her mother's arrival to finance her selection. -SE ...:-,,,.:Q-mum.. af ,,. 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SA Greer and BM3 Schodlbauer eat dinner with their guests. Sporting her new ball cap and clutching the battleship's photograph, a visitor waves a sad goodbye. 'fn N W, w H il r FCSN Passalacqua, FC3 Desmond, FCSN Smith and FC3 Schandl visit the site of the 1988 Olympic Games. Olympic Street signs were everywhere. gf ' ' '41 "-,, . ' N,-, if f f HP' J, JI11 , I Q ,g g yy., .V W lx ,ff f ,, f X, Jw X I "'C ' i r M 4' 5 N r A irsie HRM ,, 3 i ,ff K, M . QK.3N'ir,,g1"'-f.f,.. , 'Lgy ,gfdffyfyff "lm 5...-,,.4-4-'ffvl ,,.,-14 Q , ff4 ' L.-w ,V , ,,,,. N J- , ,- ' , 1 . , it N 1 48 Administration Department, or ADMIN, has one mission, support. Unlike an operational exercise that begins or ends at the pier, this suppor continues 365 days a year and in fact, reboudlbes when The Battleship pulls into port. The quality and timeliness of the work performed by this department is just as critical to combat readiness as a weapons system. In the span of one year the Battleship Administration department transfers over 1,000 personnelg in a six month period more than 450 Navy exams are administered, each month 35 pounds of photographs are developed, and in one day over 4,000 pieces of paper are printed. Yeomen, Personnelmen, Postal Clerks, Journalists, Photographer's Mates, Interior Communications Specialists, and Master-at-Arms make up the Administration Department. We're there when you need us! t ' X-1 DIVISION X-I Division is the Hpaperwork factory" which keeps the USS New Jersey alive. Among its many responsibilities is the administration and accountability of command correspondence, custody and upkeep of officer personnel records, and preparation of the commanding officer's personal correspondence. The division also encompasses the Print Shop which publishes a multitude of forms and publications, the Post Office, and the command Drug and Alcohol Programs Advisor lDAPAl. YN1 Boote works late in the Captainls Office. YN3 Masias copies an Alpha Roster. PC2 Chavarria and PC3 Kendall count the day's proceeds in the Post Office. YN3 French finds out that someone hasn't checked into Dental. LT Batten LTJG Hackett ENS Shaffer MMCS Rice YNC Shanholtz FCC Thomas I l i l I l I I I i l l l YN3 Becker 1 YN1 Boote l ll l l I l SH3 Campbell i PC2 Chavarria i i l l I I l i uni P -, ll? i -L pf 5 3' is - ,X ,igfhff-k,, I - 1 ,,,f Q f -1 'S Y fx XP X X WP' X551 x w ,f,,. , Y xi Q l PC3 Kendall presents a sheet of stamps. When is the next Post Office sale on Love is a Rose Stamps? LI3 Watkins and l..l2 McRae go over the final touches in preparing The Familygram. PC2 Chavarria sorts through a letter tray. l l i l l I r l Z l ,L LT Melton PNCS Walker PN3 Brennan PN2 Cadiente PN3 Cunningham PN3 Dacones PN3 Dinwiddie PN3 Fuller PN2 Foster PN3 Henson X-2 DIVISION X-2 Division contains the Personnel Office, ESO and Career Counselors. The Personnel Office maintains service records, processes discharges, separations, and many other services. The ESO offers a variety of educational opportunities from PACE college courses and correspondence courses to administering advancement exams and program counseling. Career Counselors spearhead the shipvvide retention team and assist memberfs efforts to obtain a new assignment that fits his desires. PNCS Walker displays his nevvitoy, "THE REVENGERV' The stacks in the Educational Services Office. ' 53 ,. ,gg ,I ,, A -A if I Q' .J X, , , ' ,,.',,'xn" -wa., f my '11, , -W 92 5 - ,gipyy ea if" - f 7 Z ' ' Li. I ff' AM. . 1 f-5 2 ,ff f"?"' F-""": J.. 'K , J ufw- r M fivsg X ix: Q A 'QM1 lf fx pq Au r 7, f ', in ff, H412 - . ,gk , , V ,fs game ,fx:f,w:,', fy? -. .. 5 ,ff MM, ,. 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We ,f , fyg, ,V 4 f,f,fffa:'f V7 V 1 ff' 4 1 7 f ,W V 1 1.2, Qgifvf' ' 6 ,, ,, i ww, , , ' 3, f : , ' 1? 1 L? 'ff ' 4 4- .f ' 54:1 .1 , ,, ,, , 4 if 11, ..,,igQQ2'L31 ' ' . , , ' . ------f,...A-r-.zfzfff 1: Y 1 :VV Amy M, , f' ' 4 3 I ,VW-Za, A 0, !'xf.f,f.,-4f.,fn,fff .v f - f.-ww mf f f f ,, ,,,., MMM , ,, hw.. Wd- ...W ,,,, 2 2 -3 Divi ion From television to tours, from photographs to public relations, X-3 was a busy division during the Australian Trek. While underway, the closed-circuit televisionfradio system broadcasted 1300 hours of television programming, including hundreds of live shows, over four frequencies. The Public Affairs Office produced the daily '4Jerseyman" newspaper and port guides for the crew and the monthly "Familygram" magazine for their families. They also provided media escorts, tour guides and special assistance for every occasion. The Photolab shot, processed, proofed and printed several thousand views, covering everything from reenlistments to all of the photographs used in this book. lC2 Alexander JOSN Annis PH3 Bremner DM3 Diamond IC3 Heikkinen IC3 Hertzenberg IOCSCSWJ Cabot r i l 4 4-4 I lu. 1 ,nl In x Hn Q ' mg . 'B' .x i LCDR Rouse LNC Eskridge MACM Flynt X-4 DIVISIGN The Master-At-Arms force maintains good order and discipline. Their duties during deployment include shipboard security and crowd control. The ships Legalmen run the Legal Office, preparing cases for captain's mast, as well as providing free legal assistance. Numerous wills and powers-of-attorney are drafted and executed. They also have a collateral duty of assisting the rated MAAS. l ET3 Bell MA2 Brake ICZ Brice MA1 Campbell 59 i 2 2 ii ,,i i ia, in l BT1 Cuthrell casts a sidelong glance while recording a specimen. MA2 Brake fingerprints p GYSGT Brown. LNC Eskridge researches a legal i procedure. LCDR Rouse discusses the law point by l point. LN2 Thompson reviews report chits to be i l routed to the departments. l H l I li 5 il ii l l l i l i l 1 RM1 Carlton BT1 Cuthrell W GMG1 Gonyea Ni I ln l El il 4 l l I' MM1 Jacobson FC1 Owens i .fd MA2 Sam M51 Sellek ICQ Shellnutt LN2 Thompson ff'-'P mia 43 if? ff fLif 1' 5 ff X-7 DIVISIDN The Command Religious Program seeks to meet the spiritual, emotional, and personal needs of crewmembers and their families. Chaplains, CDR Kennedy and LT Melley, minister to the Protestant and Catholic congregations. The chaplains are assisted in their daily activities by a team of Religious Program Specialists. Religious Lay Readers assisted the chaplains in providing ministry for our Mormon and Jewish crewmembers. Daily counseling, delivering RED CROSS messages, visiting sick bay and Religious Education all form part of the chaplainfsydaily rounds. CDR Kennedy LT Melley lg RP3 Slack types and mans the desk in the chaplains office. Chaplain Kennedy leads the congregation in singing "Our Father Strong to Save." RPSN Ehrman reshelves a book in the ships library. RPSN Biazon logs in some computer time. L V, 3 1 r v v 1 I . I 11 if Chaplain Melley preaches a sermon underway in the multipurpose room. The X-7 Division lizard is busy lining up all the places helll go in Australia. Whatls this . . . Lizard Island . . . EXCELLENT! Chief Klocke twists the dials hoping to complete a Mars transmission. 731.23 , ka., x i x N x l .X J Mfg .N 1, X f ,elif v . . -1 ,gs ff Tl K i ,J l Q ff! , XZ' C ,i ,,- f l ' l ..:h.f1 W-'74 .-if-N X --Y T'-S x X , ,,f J , W--.iw ., .fT! i T : i , i E , l l i l Engineering Department is responsible for equipment located from bow to stern, keel to masthead. This equipment ranges from the boilers and main engines to the light over your bunk or the soda dispenser on the messline. If your equipment runs on electricity, we provide power. lf you are thirsty, we provide water, and if you are hot we provide air conditioning. We make sure the toilets flush and that parts can be fabricated or repaired onboard. New Jersey is protected from fire and flooding 24 hours a day underway by the 'iflying squadn. The primary responsibility of the Engineering Department is to provide propulsion. When New Jersey is required to provide a firepower demonstration in Korea or national presence in the waters of Australia, the men of Engineering will get you there. The heart and soul of the Engineering Department is not equipment and machines, it is the 440 officers and men who keep things running. First on and last off, the engineers were on watch 24 hours a day every day of the deployment making sure that the city known as USS New Jersey was up and running. Machinist's Mates, Boiler Technicians, Hull Technicians, Damage Controlmen, Machinery Repairmen, Electricians, Interior Communication Electricians, and Enginemen made it happen and had the time of their lives. Tl-IE ENGINEERS J . . YOU CAN'T LEAVE HOME WITHOUT THEM. 4 . 1 ,g 'Q J, Sinn Min Viv . N HJ, . al., , -hx f ' ' 5 if-F f 3535"- 53'ff'iQ'L ie, X x if 1' X L ,,1,., , 3 , ' ifi asf. - - f'l???' f5xi?5' 'X 4 -QP 6:1 '..'.:, . K, ,ig ,Early Q .X x . -.5s.,N. 2 4:11-1f.f , H A 1 , - X Q. gp Y , . ,.:1wg,' -x ,PMS X v V . N 'Q N X, KK? HD lx ve Q X. wk 5 if .L .M K .,,nw.?f,?K 5 fi' .X fn I !xa..g.,,Q,. . Q,-WV -. 5.-iv?-is-.Q 2 K -AAS.: .- .-1 1 T 'f f ,.,..f..1g'fw-wi K x ' ' vi ,., , k S FN Beebe touches up the painting on the door to ERO9. FN Gruenberg "sounds" one of the tanks to see how much fluid it contains. BT2 Trump operates a valve in one of the firerooms. W """ 'T 1 67 A DIVISIDN Did you get your blues dry cleaned today? Was your compartment a comfortable temperature? Did the anchor come up and the whistle blow? Did the boats run smoothly? Did the 4'Big Gunsl' have the air to make them do what they are so famous for? Were the holes tapped, pumps and valves fixed and the plaques made? The answer to all these questions is "YESl", because A-Division was on the job, quietly, 24 hours a day, day in and day out. The tasks were many, but our men are the best. MRC Harris ENC jones MMC Reid The mail condenser can become fouled by marine life as MM2 Lowery confirms. "Cleaning Fish" can have a new meaning. BT1 Thorsen smiles in front of control panel, 51753 engineroom. LT Renier ENS Hines 68 ENFN Altares MM3 Armstrong FA Baker MR3 Baligad FA Banks MM3 Barclay i i I l l v l 43 3-L , ,::g,...-f 2 - Y V . l' V ,Wx 184' l 1 if lg K XE Z:-M. Z"1?L Nfm ff wtf? fi V V O alfa rf!! yy f Z5 -X 62 1-nm ' nn Ju H 'gy --:ml 1 FJ. , gy l Ulu: , ,f W1 ,Q ' Q 2, ,343 , M ,P ' QT: 55' in 0 .X f-2. I -nu 6? 1 1 14 e4 4' fffvv . , , M . . Q.?,f,,:f ffm, ffgff a, 1 "' - ,' ,i?Z?Q A k 2 zf ? M V 1 V 1 if 2. ff-1 kf, , fu V i f-.,,,'fv - B DIVISION The Boilers Division is responsible for the preservation and operation of eight 600 PSI boilers and almost 100 pieces of auxiliary equipment. Boilers Division is also responsible for the storage, transfer, and testing of all the ship's fuel oil, fresh and feed water. During the deployment, the Oil Lab directed the loading of over 6 million gallons of fuel. BTCM Balders BTC Braun BTC Olson BTC Smith LTIG Oubari ENS Gibson CWO2 Palladino i I l 72 FN Abarca BT3 Arras BTFA Atienza BTFA Balcom 9 1 I F I: K W 4 im aw 2' 1 4 f A 4, 4, 2' I Xggm Q ,.m,,. My V , I mf-. I f,. li' Lil 21 Q, JW . Mgm- Q . gg? , if-vo , .f 1'7T27'? V" ,Llp 7 . 2 ' ,Zag QCQZ .fqg-2,55 W Z if M. Q ,ff - J,-1 r , Q ,., ff M5 l J .,.,, . bmi' Y?-dp 1 M M. J ,' my ' I 1 4 .4 'gm' .W g, M ng' fy. ,,Z2f,4N"w.m4,, fi'4'.' ' as ' 44 aff-5 . pm- LA' T f-wg - ff It ., "7f 5735101 wp, fi J A, v-. I r,-in , - M. 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' 11, fn' X 'N x X2 f 9 1 8, , ' '47 y, 'ff '.,g. 25' --5, -. 2 a "fix-iv-'qxflfkwz Ax I , ff - :wa . V - ' Y-Wann fm-9 E-DIVISION EMCS Catterson ICC Folks ENS Polk Electricians maintain and repair all ENS Freese shipboard electrical equipment ICCS Brady including turbine generators, motors and converters. The Interior Communications Electricians maintain and repair the sound powered phone system, telephone systems, PA system and various indicating systems. FN Arguello EMFN Averett EM1 Ayende EM2 Baligad lC3 Ball IC3 Behm EM2 l-larinandan passes electrical equipment through the issue window to GMG3 Thompson. EM3 Arguello winds coils for the main drain pump. 79 ' Q , ii , 41: :,, nv W 'viii E .:,.,.!!?' .N w EM3 Pham FN Rangesh ICFN Rivera FA Sander EM2 Sanders ICFN Saylor IC3 Steffen FN Turner EM2 Urbano EM2 Venturoso X J IC2 White EM3 Colon troublesho Ots 5 lighting circuit. EM2 Wiegman EM2 Yano M DIVISION LT Crow ENS Goergen CWO2 Rivera Main engines divisions is responsible for the four massive main engines and eight powerful generators. We work 24 hours a day, seven days a week to keep the screws turning and the lights burning. We create up to 212,000 SHP to propell the 57,000 Tons of the "New Jerseyi' at speeds in excess of 30 Knots, and produce 10,000 Kw of power easily enough to light the whole of downtown Long Beach. MMCM Baker MMC Gillespie MMCISWl Smith MMC Tolleson FA Bascome MM3 Belcher FN Belton FN Bethea MM3 Smith mans the 44 main engine throttle control. MM3 Ahlers MM3 Aiello MMFA Anderson fr '-- . - -- W 7 -,- 4 w V I i w-fm,-w , 2943 ME A n :H yy, f.3ZwfV,f ' , 351 , wwf 'fam 2, I WKUM ,f,,56ff,,V1i,6' 5 , f. ,Q -ifziftiimf' " :gy-L - 1 kfwfwrl ,,,f I -f , .J . f., .,,, X My-Q, . 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Working directly for the ship's Damage Control Assistant, they maintain the ship's DC readiness, keep her afloat and able to fight. During deployment, R-Division personnel ensured CI-IT and firemains were hooked up in every port and set up static displays for the thousands of visitors. They accomplished over 500 production jobs not including the numerous emergency repair jobs for New Jersey and her escorts. The carpenter shop manufactured special plaques for the foreign dignitaries. The Division participated in numerous parades throughout Australia . A LOT OF WORK, A LOT OF RESPONSIBILITY AND A LOT OF PRIDE - R DIVISION. CWO3 Burks clamps a metal project together while HTFN Burkhart is welding a cleat at sea. 39 ' :ai , , 4 'flat , ,ulvf ,ig unify ' ' , ,ma L . wifi xii! f 'L fsgzzmy. 34 ,1ff151!, Luffy! y 04+ 0' ,ff ,f T411 f fy fi' ff, f 142 f 4.0 PS, f-:N . -Y ., eff 251, Vs 3 J Il' .,. 1 31 Skis, 4. 1-' wil -2' ff 4 , - 1.2 :fra 5, gg .. f . ,fx 'Q . 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Christopherson RMC Delarosa RMC Ruffin RMSN Brown RM2 Bryant RM3 Burton RM2 Camp RM3 Casados RMSA Clark GC DIVISIGN OC Division provides New Jersey with a variety of external communications capabilities. The Radiomen perform technical duties in the areas of operation, maintenance, and control of communications transmissions, receptions, and terminal X processing equipment. The message center operator handles all incoming and outgoing traffic for New Jersey including ship f ship and ship f shore teletype networks with other units and shore stations. if f Tech control has been advised of a problem and RM2 Camp and RM1 Rodriguez are checking the circuits for the cause. RMC Ruffin contemplates the workday schedule. If 1 J l ff I l f 1- l 9 gr , l l 4 97 RM3 Dawson RM3 Dearie RM3 Drone RM3 jordan RM3 Khalil RM3 Kyles RMSN Livaditis RMSN McGlothlin ll l 4 RM3 Moore RM2 Newberry RM2 Powers Radio Control processes and maintains 3115 voluminous battleship message traffic. R Drone passes department traffic tid? customer at the security window. R s basketball Dawson, a member of the ship I , team, is proud of the departments Hcaptalns Trophy" for athletic excellence. Remote circuts throughout the ship are patched in at the "Coke Machinen by RMSN Clarlf U33 RM3 Dawson. RM3 Keyes conducts a CITC check. l-1 JIU, ,Q f21fli?Q5Y'iiff:ff1 fy New uw Q x Q.. 'Us W: :pw Q in J?7i:gm: f K. V 7' W1 I - Q' V an Q Affiiii'-www' M.. , - xiliii -.- '--: Q ll!! -, -I 3 x BM , f-. .sf 533, .' . v mg. -W Q. 1 OE DIVISIGN The Electronic Technicians of OE Division are responsible for maintaining all of New Jerseyis communications, radar, and electronic navigation systems. From satellite systems to Sony Walkmans to photo enlargers and developers, when anything electronic stops working, an ET is summoned to fix it. They repair the video games on the mess decks, the computers that make out our paychecks, and the centrifuges that spin samples for the oil lab. Not only are they the ace technicians on The Battleship, but when a ship in company has a problem, The New Jersey's ETS are there to help. During the deployment they repaired equipment on the Brewton, Berkeley, and Ingersoll. "When an ET tells you he can't fix it, then it just ain't brokef' ET2 Adams ET1 Barnhouse ET2 Bradley ET1 Gray ET3 Hakes ET2 Hunter ET2 Lanver ET3 Mafnas ET3 Mills ET3 Noe ET's repair electronic equipment. The first step in checking equipment is to check the voltage. ET2 Adams checks to see if the equipment is receiving power. "There men working aloft, do not Rotate, Radiate, or Energize any electronic equipment while men are working aloft onboard USS New Jersey!" 100 OI DIVISION CPORPAC Hughes LT Zajac LTJG Earle LTJG Harrison The Operations Specialists of OI Division collect, process, disseminate, and display tactical information to the CO, pilot house, and weapons control stations. They accomplish this by operating the dead reckoning tracer, surface and air search radar, radio telephones in CIC, CEC and Gun Plot, and also by manning status boards. They also manage the date bases for the Tomahawk and I-Iarpoon weapons systems. ISC Lanham OSC Reid OSCS Steinbacher l OS2 Aiello OSSA Allen OS1 Barricklow O53 Blanchard OSSN Blankenship OS2 Taylor, O52 Tanner and OS1 Frank CL to Rl maintain the tracking, board, determining the course, speed, and closest point of approach for potential targets and friendlies. OSSN Rhew logs contacts. WSF' xw if , 5 cya. I , 4? ,,, 4,wmwx YQ ,M fx' f X A , a f Q 45 f ft 'V V, 'gf X 'Q ,ii-ji EZ,-'f3??5L'.f, ' L 6 A - ggi- , V, ,. ,, , , ,X,- .cn ,, , f f f f , ,.,W4,vx ww' 5 ff , ,,,,4,mff3, W, :W X ftfffi, ., ' f ,, , ,igwu ,,,, X Q? . Q, W 4. 4 ,,,f ,f ,, ' 'I 97-Z9 V7 R Q, 6 4 ? ,gf 4 It ,X N ,N ffffi-fb-'I . 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Using flashing light, semaphore and flag hoist, they continue the age old practices of one of the three oldest rates in the Navy. The SMs also act as lookouts, providing valuable identification and recognition information on other Navy ships, aircraft and merchant ships to the Officer of the Deck. The beautiful flags that decorate the ship in a rainbow of colors for New Jersey's many official functions are provided by the Signals Division. SN Casey SMSN Cohn SM2 Collup SMSA Galiano SM1 Callahan T if The Battleship s international call sign is painted in flags NJBB SM3 Miller and USS Berkeley has come along side Signal flags are ready for hoisting SM2 Collup replaces flags in the flag bag SM2 Van Dine man the railientering lnchon. 108 l - SM3 Mclntire SM3 Miller SM3 Neeson SM3 Peck SMSR Pritchett SM2 Schoenbaum SM3 Shipley SM2 Van Dine ,Q ' gi , , if 1 -11... , I 7 '5 f 3 , V .zfgfm fzfffz' 1,22 ,,g, 'YL W5 W' ,ff-,i L-X , ' .I X.-ff---'-4. im I, fn . ' :fif f ,f 1. 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There is always plenty of good music. 1 l l 112 SUEI6' BAY RUP We arrived at Subic Bay, Republic of the Philippines on August 11, 1988 after five days at sea. The same hot, humid weather we experienced in Korea extended to include the Philippines. Spirits were high as the crew took advantage of still another liberty port. The people were friendly and the adventurous soon found experiences of a lifetime to enjoy. ',,f t 1' ' r, L 754 I gi' 'if K ,, ' 9 ff , 'G 2 ffm A . " ff ff -Q 'Q vf K N rl' WF' if fu, 4 wnffw' , lvf 451 . in Y ff, 1, ,, njfiiiff " " Mfg. H, lv ,mv ,Z 4' .w 1' 7114 , 'B 3 ?'44f"4 'af , ff' ,' ' .J ' ,650- 1, 3 ff , ,N Vlrl, 0 - iff ,fl V ' L' f .4-N: - .x N ' 'Q-1,'J:,i X 1. ff f' fi 1 f ,- ff , I 1 1 M.. Y :Nw-' . . .X l,p""' ,M ,413 V ,vf,f'4"f ' f , ,,.f, - , A f W , I . V , 4' "' V I, ,, 5- ,V . if . vf, ,af I ' . , 4 1 , - ,n Wsffl' 'm ,' , 5 L va f " .- X1 :Vg L ' TEH 0 ., ,yr ,F fer! ' A5 I fE,am . if ' - . ,xx X X Q.. ,Xl Q 1- an - fs Q xi- 1 nf 'L X wg, ij, ' sx.,.,,-.- -aff? , i i 1'fiwaif'ii' ,- , ,, ,A ga' "' igfgLfi-i4,5,f'- I "" , 'QN- ffm YN3 Smith sits with children from the Shephard of the Hills Children's Home. The battleship clown troupe featuring "I-lubcapl' the clown entertained the excited crowd. Stateside donations of food and toys were delivered by the ship. 115 uf, ff 35?'1Qr'f , . MVC ::1'f:Q1, ,, K 5.5, x 1 .f.., 1 - P,--ff. L Cgjf 4 v rf I V S 1 V 1 L V' f " I 1 m 4 T 1 r 4 I w X i 1 m r Au, A 7 4 i 4 I s-'dwg-gziiw-'Z' F45 "3 - s. 1 ,s -'15,-1 MQ 5. f , 'Y' Y. '1- 'f4,'11lg:94f1f,'7!1f- V ,, .... , 1 x,,' uf. X xx ' IJ' X " A - 5 MR IQQ A K A - 'f -1 -1 1 3 'Eva ,,,,..-..'r4 The infamous steps at Pagsanjan were seen by many Americans in "Apocalypse Now". The tranquility of the Philippines isn't broken by a sampan. What WestPac cruisebook would be complete without the reptile peddler? 117 ff.-vi . , 'v 2.5 'fhfvgf ,,,..,.,,, . ,,. 2 15' 511.5 xi ..f., E E Q l?2M: 2 K 7'f1'. f , Q , im.. ' s I W O 5-if ? 1. E1 I ' A wfhi My 4 45 4- 1 My 1 A VS. 5. .f - Wg Q- 4'?Hi5iiQ? . 'Kgi Q5- . 6 1 x nn, .NK u 1zfvf 1 A 6 -.- F ff i g Qgg3 Htgwn QQWH Wm E52 1 , 3 ' .Q 2 K -' - ' I .. S, . , F mfr! ll W na df Q 11' f' Q 44,1 1' A .Mmmj I M , , -. fel, f! 15' . fH1Ti 1 '. J , U! , K, 1 L 11 -, ' 1 JV? F' , I ff I y g22fI!fi? K ifff , 4 gg"',.'.,,.,Q,55,M N , -B 1 ,. VJ va , 1 ' f P M 2 :Mx Vg Q fjwgwyl, f',,,wv.. 1 .N-1,41 Zip , j ff A "', "'. F 5511 4 I I 1 I , Q , , ., ',yg, ,, fl :. 0 - 2.7-L::Q'," ,V va- : 9 ,fkfgpj Qggfuw "w5Rn 2 , ,, .v , A , 1 'K I f gif' a f 5 X 4 1 Wd, I ,11:'s:'.., X? Q ,. A x 1 t X I . , J . ,., , ,cv .- P. , p M ,:,.,,2:I,', ',f,' .1 '. 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I, ff'-I ,, . ign- 1 H V 1 lx, 5: P mv ossofvg lt was Wog Day, the day before Shellback initiation, and 5 Tight l i,,,, f the WOQS were rebellious. From WOQ Central came the call T - "Wog Revoltw. The festivities began with a shower for lik -'a' f 2, I 'P Shellbacks on the fantail. Throughout the ship, Shellbacks 'i"' XL tv were hunted down, hosed off and covered with shaving lifiififi lar "f, ' M cream and feathers. Among the victims were BM2 Kinard 4 '.'2f,'-X , "l GYSGT Brown, SN l-lelm, BM2 Collins and LT Gatesl K is Tl Alii 'L r , r,li L S 122 A fi f 'S ,ff mga,- .,,,,wf. 41-4. f-M.. A X i.v,E:Aqz., X "wie ,- f5f""7..Zf3yW:12 ' I ' V, , m QQ .my ,V'W WA:l...""-.5-cz-. 'S-...Q-.,w,. A--...,,..W1..u.,A,,,3H , NTXI.-'?37l:LZ' if-..... 1 K-x,2,LL1Ln-AN--H" x' .,,,,,,.,.,f. ...Q,,..fS,Jfg .-., 'N-ww .fjz .. 'K .fp-'-" 9 LQ 1, , QYFQZPF-5. :mix-L... Sa .fi .13 '1 fi fait 1.35, ' 3, -E69 .1 , I A 1 'bu y-r--' l ii 1' f,+. , m my ,5 , 1gS55?f:i5?if'fj72'ffmt! ,4 '-ffm-uigiazf?'Q3gEgi?5.'ia ,, fx.. , fl, f x 25 r -8' 0 z .- i. .. " 5 c'x lg Searching through a porcelain soup tureen, SN Shively hopes to find the red M8cM with ii-L27 stamped on it. Elsewhere on the fantail, ENS Gibson prepares to receive punishment from EM1 Flagg for a minor infraction. The Royal Baby, FCC Yarbrough, puckers up to allow Wogs to search for the cherry amid oceans of peanut butter. BMI Rhodes embraces DA Gregory as he shouts "lim a Shellbackln 128 . E?"A"""' upply This was Supply Department's deployment to shine, and did we ever! We were in the spotlight from the beginning, hosting luncheons, dinners, and receptions for over 4000 guests. ln Sydney we had in excess of 1000 VlPs at a single reception. ln Hobart a major reception was held out on deck while a dinner for the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff was simultaneously served in the Captainfs inport cabin. Every event hosted by the New Jersey was better than the last and each received rave reviews. But that's not all! Disbursing paid over two million dollars to the crew to facilitate great liberty and to stimulate the local economies. Not only did the Ship's Store satisfy the crew's needs, but there are now over 14,000 NEW JERSEY ballcaps being worn throughout the Pacific Stores Division, as usual, kept the ship stocked in paint, toilet paper, repair parts and the thousands of items necessary to keep this small city running smoothly. The laundry kept the crewfs uniforms ship shape for the many social functions afloat and ashore and each sailor had a fresh Navy haircut as well. The cooks served a quarter million eggs, 380,000 glasses of milk, and over 157,000 cookies, just to name a few items. lt was an extremely successful land funl deployment. Congratulations to each of the 220 SKS, MSS, SHS, DKS, messcooks and laundry pool guys. GREAT JOB! 129 AL! 'Z 2.3 :J 'if' 1 z 5-and, 'f?, 4 1 assi ia ,- - .3 2 1 fQ,:Lf:zazaw '4 iissizezw . uw . ..-'iiifhfj' fig , , A .- U , -fm. ' vis- vv- , "SW2m', ' ' '- ef 5 1+ Q , . ,jllmix ,wygpg Q ,X 1 I Z R293 Nfwziv -4 '1'f W . :nba . - . fl f 1 A ,V nz ..-ff . ' 1 , , 1, Y. ,fy .:,gQza:f5: 1 . ,. . ., Q, . -K 'if ::QvwzmJs.a:- 2 ur -J :aw if! - 1 -v:f,1g-'ram-:4g,. ww nu . .2 Z! -f 142-'01 21-as wi 1. if 4 BZ!! , ,. , X ' ? 1 'I " -. ,Q , , , ,,,,,:, '4 j's1f,x 535115,-yfgsiwjj-'Q Hn, . H ,Q , 'D' , Z , wififjs, gPp 4 x ,, . X. -x9'Z5Zi--gui ,,nm.v4,,w4 A' H ' U MH Q -.xx - xm 130 14 So much money, so little time says LTJG Verrastro. MSC Mateo supervises MSSN -A f,,A,..,. V ...L ,.., Jaxx? Espanta and MS1 Fombuena while loading stores. SI-I3 ller loads a drink machine while SK2 Larson and SK3 Nazarrovvski trace a requisition's status. Further along in the process, SK3 Noland and SK3 Harris process supply receipts. Sl-I3 Caster and FCSN Jennings move a mountain of soda over the flight deck. BTFN Belton updates the menu board. K i, ,J , ! 4 'W-.:.4r:wf' N ,,..H'f'4 fi 'MS'--HL: t , - ' , . t f L .- -'f'kwfT' '-f,..,,w a. .. is , 1 ,,f""' ,M-'fi' wi'-S" V X N' X, ' K -SLQQQ ' :55,gw b , I K , ,xv-gf, .. ' f- W--we-ff'X .Ney-.rip .Q , . f f Y, ' ,V A NX N fir.-1.1"-Q4 as . N' ' K ' 5 1 wffe 1-1z1'f+...,-M , ,, 2 ,ff g:.f.jw'1: -q ' N,,fff'f'-"' ,,g.,3l, , Nivea Z , r,.wA"w ,. -X . ,Mlm , ,os N -Y v fy, ll - i .,,s..,,, .M f-v.--s-1-K I I I I l r ii l l z l l I l 1 I S-1 DIVISION Stores Division provides repair parts and general use consumables through 23 storerooms and 4 customer service outlets. The division provides technical assistance, requisition validation, cosal support, and open purchase support. While deployed, the 25 men of the division processed approximately 3855 receipts and made 2280 issues. Activities from garbage disposal barges to commercial liberty boats were arranged by stores division. lt is vvith great pride that the storekeepers LT Adams LTIG Verrastro SKCM Corpuz l l ll 5 I i l I I I l ill ll' I. , , :lg ,il is fl l I i i gi 1 ,l 'l 1 l I ,l ,. , 1 perform their functions, meet the goals of "customer servicei' and are always "READY FOR SEA." SK1 Baiza SK3 Brown SK2 Brumfield SKSN Collins I S -N, nz'v'lFZ v:w21.Q ,wi V ,,, W SK2 Gardner SN Gascon N WV. .. ' 134 S-2 DIVISION ?77 Visitors often ask, HI-Iow do you feed everyone Simple enough . . . one at a time. The food service division operates four galleys on board. The Flag Cabin Mess, Wardroom, CPO Mess, and the General Mess. We do it all - cooking, serving, and even the dishwashing. Underway the Battleship's seventy mess management specialists lcooksl feed three meals a day plus midrats. A total of 4500 meals. That's enough milk, bread, and eggs to feed the average family of four for one year. Of course, 1500 hungry sailors want something tasty to eat with their milk and thatis where our bake shop comes into play. Working around the clock, the bakers provide the crew with delicious chocolate chip cookies, fresh bread, breakfast pastries and much much more. What we love to do most of all is throw a party. Whether it's a steel beach picnic on the fantail, the monthly birthdayfre-enlistment luncheon or one of the many receptions for our distinguished guests - we do it first class. "SERVICE TO TI-IE CREWH is our motto. MSCS Walker MSCS Purdy MSC Aguilar MSC Mateo MS1 Almazan MSSA Angeles M53 Asbury MS3 Bascom MS3 Bass l MS3 Gaddis moves lobster tails from the oven to the pan. Got any "turf,' in there? MSC Gozon and MS1 Fernan- dez attend a meeting in the galley chief"s 'office. lBelowl MSSN Schley is serv'n it up to the crew. MS3 Himalaya is is the star of a "cameo shot." Cooking just like at home, MSSN Green keeps a sharp eye on things. M55R Branaugh M52 Cable M53 Camacho M53 Crandall 3 l l l MSSN Criner M52 Deji M52 Dorman M53 Downes M52 Eclarinal M53 Ericke MSSN Espanta F5 i '-1:31, .5747-,,1..--'-1.-:rs X , N. Wien' .J , 53 if 1 . u 1. I M 5 E14 X.. .ily Q ggi ,,.f k ffm A +u Q, . I f 41, ' YM H ..3. , ---U- .V- -f 'Lf-.xx ' fi - xp 4. A fm? Al N 1, f ,ggsugziish 2 mqg 1. hgqf ' x 'lv 1 4 1 ,,, Tiff? 13493065 7 1 L :Xe g'...... ,..f- x 14, A YE , 7-q ' 241, f' ' 1- -. L eff ' , ' J Ill, Y ' X, 1 I.. . 'i' X mv Ui- i4fZl !2f1 I I : i- if 3 X-x .N Q v 51 1 if-127 dn' Q11 LT4 f,.,m ,W ,,fmy,y,Xx.3 ,... vi f , . 'L f ill?-'nzf-l f ' ' H ,L-I' Y Nam , , ' ,i 7-1 , 1- 1 4 f 52. ' XR v" v::5" Vf""Ig, cfs- ? .. .fm r .12-, Z t 'I fn QI Q 2 ' Q' ,c , ygaaaw h .,,,,,f,4-V Y I4 W xkjfffff Y 4 '44, M X ff ..: ,K . ff, -If , 4f 'VG2?w1ij" f ,lf ,. , ,W M A, IV F, V5 X F Q, ,,,. ,mum 4,5 11 4261, if M ,. .-V zu., nf.: 'f , cw, WW .7 ,,,, .... .QM-ex Z? b f .1 ,Www 4 wi ff .f.7,,m,., png, 1 afemzfff .1 'dflg 43.15, My - , , ' M- fa ,- 1 ff " V 2xA?',,,. ffvfik ff'fxqwm1,f2 ' 'f iivzlwzz' Y ,f me S-3 DIVISION Sales and service division sees its primary mission as crew morale. It does this by operating three retail outlets - The Main Ship,s Store, a Snack Bar and a Smoke Shop. The stores sell everything from basic toiletries to exotic stereo equipment. All of the profits from the stores are transferred to the welfare and recreation fund. In fiscal year 1988, the stores generated approximately S200,000 for the fund. The services branch of the division operates the laundry and the dry cleaning plant, the crew's barber shop and the officer's barber shop. The division also operates ten soda vending machines, four candy machines and four video game machines. SI-ISN Aguilar is taking inventory. We all have to get our hair cut regularly which means we must occasionally get it cut while underway. Cutting hair underway is an art in itself. CL to Rl SA Ford and SI-I3 Iler, SI-ISR Forguson, and SI-ISA Tate and EM3 Lee prove it daily. toverl SI-I2 Earles presses a uniform on a steam press. LTJG O'Brien SHC Espirito i MSC Gozon SHCS Hernandez f I l xt fi, N I , , z,?5L.Lfm .,,,. my . I H ,.,,,, . V 2 in sfo-we-f , , I . ,...y . ,I .:, ,,,. . M-. I I- I .. r A r ,X , 'f- - U' ,. ...'r ' - " 1 I' ,. ,. ,I .v ,. -'W f ' f , , 5 1 f "4- ,ISE ,L + I' " - rf . 50,3 ' ... I 4 f ., ,W .f.' V,,, A 4 S . up . 1 I I r .?....l-1v . I fi T3 ll ' -rw .1,'4 x' V? 2, 25?-V l SHSN Abuan SN Aguilar SHSN Bande SH3 Barney FN Cotton SH3 Creacy SH1 Elliott SHSA Eyre SN Fedor SHSR Forguson . , WW wfilff 'f V P Q gf f I fm, X. fl' A' ' N if , ,. A ,,..,- X .f ff , K L' ' 1 - . lf: "lx K 9-ffwj f' -A' ,X ' , , .Xi W .L , - ff Q r SH3 Hoff SHSN Iler SH1 Mitchell SH3 Olivares SH3 Plucinski SHSN Smith SHSA Tate SHSA Wilson iii: SMSN Casey removes a load of officer's and chiefls laundry from the dryer. SN Whaley purchases some 'licy pops" from SN Mumm's Hgeedunkw store. The finishing touches are added to a crewman's hair by SI-I3 Campbell. , ..1 S-4 DIVISION LTIG Bennett DKCS Magno We are the "MONEYMEN"!l We may be small in numbers, but wefre larger than life when it comes to our importance to the crew. We're responsible for maintaining over 1400 pay accounts, with a total monthly payroll of over 31,000,000 and providing New Jersey sailors with services such as check cashing, direct deposit, allotments, advance travel, special pays and much more. We also pay the bills for pier services, fuel, feed water and provisions the Battleship receives overseas. The eight DKS that comprise the Disbursing Operation are a highly professional group of sailors that ensure New Jersey crew members have outstanding support to meet their financial needs. SN Tull DK1 Cadiente DKSN Deleon DKSN Ladao DK2 Ognacevic I ,pi X K ' i J 5 I Q u, t 2' ,iq ,w,g'ffff ,.g..4,.w Without over 36,000 in cash and millions of dollars of checks this DK's desk would look like any other desk aboard New Jersey during deployment. DKSN Tull updates information with a computer. i lr 'Zi 5 Ni M4 1 ,In S2 . , ,H , ga1wg:1g.g ..,., 1Z,,,51:,,m.fy3-fx ., , .V ,M .f x . 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If N, x 2 gf ' 'E QI. ,M , I , , , ., .lm . ,, . iff: 45? 'K" A , Th-.iff DI-5581 :Q 7971-., 'g7fggfffF'l, -if - -f,,,.M .Ly lv, w L f 'Qi "3EiiQ1'5 ' ..,,, 'f1112'ls11z24Lft1 4 Jawr. .W xl 3fff'gkg,:f, 1 , . A, ,M x,,, , ,,!5ffQ,1.f: ' fi f HL,f'::,Q 3511 Ytffzqvf " ::f'3dfQ'9f.1f ,L'frZEfiIgf,,, , , ,,,. W ,L ,rf 5, fi. X 'P "wr 1 'wiv ,V I ' ' , , .A ,,,..,., f af NUI 'filwllk Medical Officer 146 I-I DIVISIGN CAPT Katz 'if 'fkk .ff'fIm'3l i'47ff2fe . K vg A S xx x 5 4- 4 -4' 1 ' li Q A .JM aiglgygg .f.,y::fQEge5.?iE?, ,gggiw A A r ,Q ,.V Wi 1, . -1' wh . - - V ,Ls 13,2 15? V f .yvv wi' " --1 - X Aegadxo 325, a Q rg ty 4 'N 1' cf CAPT Katz lMedical Corpsl and CDR Montgomery perform surgery. Injector: HM3 Mahoney. lnjectee: FC3 Maxwell. HMC Mason HMC Wilson SN Delacruz HM3 Dodge HM2 Edwards HM1 Felton HM3 Ford HM3 Gingell HM3 Guarnes HM2 Hacker HM3 Harry HM3 Haugo HM3 Helm HM1 Kuba HM3 Mahoney HM2 Rust HM3 Springob HM2 St. Amour HM3 Volker HM3 Lees administers a flu vacclne to MMFN Hernandez while HM3 Gxngell enters patlent informatlon ln a health record lT - D DIVISION LT Nelson DT1 Ontiveros DN Sims studies a patientfs x-rays before beginning a cleaning. DT1 Ontiveros, DA Davis and DN Sims man the rail while entering Long Beach. CDR Loar performs an annual exam. DN Sims receives a few pointers from some Australian dental technicians. DN Gregory completes an arduous "mail buoy" watch only to be doused from above. Unfortunately, no mail was recovered. 150 wmzfmffwwsxfsfff ef-,N f- - , f f nv, DA Davis DN Gregory DN Sims Lt Nelson and DN Gregory in their usual places at the usual time. DA Davis reviews a dental record before calling in the patient. DT1 Ontiveros monitors the ship's dental recall program. ,J ffl IT N. o will Jil NP? ,iw rf if . i CYD Westpac '88, The Thunder Down Under, presented the Navigation Department with a full bag of new and always challenging navigational opportunities. As the New Jersey task group navigators, we were responsible not only for our own tracks, but for the greater part of the deployment, those of the Berkeley, Brewton, and Ingersoll as well. These efforts also included constantly monitoring ship's position to ensure New Jersey and her escorts arrived at every port and rendezvous on time. Applying their skills and a determined sense of direction, the QM gang safely guided the Battleship over 22,000 nautical miles through the North and South Pacific, Sea of Japan, Great Australian Bight, and the treacherous Makassar and Bass Straits. Each of the Australian port visits were firsts for New Jersey and each presented a unique navigational problem. Through careful planning, long hours, and real-time response under stressful conditions, the combat quartermasters played a critical role, making every commitment on time and keeping plenty of water under the keel. NAV DIVISIGN u V N ENS Christianson QMSA Crouse QM1 Fischer QM1 Gidarr QMSN Kaurangen QM2 Love QMSN Phillips QM2 Thom QM3 Velasquez QM3 Velasquez takes latitude readings from the sun to determine position. QMSN Crouse and QMI Gidaro work on navigation charts. 122 Nwakxx mag I QM if ' I Wild' ' f , I I 1 'Q 4 mis, N. ,ff 3313.135 v i' s f V, ,, 1' ff-w. 'fy 5 -,, 7.41 msgg, :.,z44, V., ,, A' , 1,1 af L 4 1..,.w1wA YQW-f , y ,V,1V,..,,,g, :,,. W 1 ., W ,,q,..,- , veg: ft Q:- 1 1? ' 1 3 MW -.-rx . 'll lyfnz' . ,. , - WEAPDNS ADMINISTRATION Weapons Admin supervises all deck operations, underway evolutions, handles departmental paperwork, assures that equipment is up and ready, and makes sure the guns are on line and ready for the call for fire. CWO2 Harvey BMCS Grant FCCM Rushing YN1 Hanna 1ST DIVISION LCDR Compitello LT Gates ENS Hayward First Division is responsible for quarterdeck smartness and anchoring f mooring evolutions on the fo'c'sle. LTJG Ware SN Walrod scrapes paint off the old starboard gun tub deck plate. BMCS Rigney BM2 Bailey BM3 Bailey SN Boggs SA Dawkins BM2 Keys BM2 Kinard BM3 Kuhnash SN Lomanto SR Marino SN Moore SN Nguyen SA Nunez SN Oyler BM3 Spencer BM3 Taylor labovel SN Fritz paints the splashguard underway. giggle, lst Division personnel Clean the S . Y mwam'wA2f,s4cszxaw1.rff I R Xp x X , U E W 7 11 2' X v F L 4 U , xx fi 5 ea 2' 2 1 1 uf 1 f Z f 7 'Ann 5 if 7 K- F2 F N 4 W X K fitfifi U If I f f. fi' M m Lf Q fx' SWA X fi V r m E M 'gf 7 ,wx wi Z ,f LTIC, Pupo BMC Porter 3RD DIV Third Division is charged with conducting all ISION flight deck upkeep and operations, landing and recovery of helos, and underway replenishments. , ,wa BM3 Albert BM3 Borath fr. , " 19,1931 ry , 4 A 'Z ' A, -f,. 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Z, if "2 5' 53 M ' E S. fx x . -,gap f I 1 1265 ., s' -Q-X4 - ff ,fwg . ,.:-rv " 4 ?,-15154. 4 ,g,weFf" ' :nf Z 1 4 A , gi ff! n ' J N 'V 11 fy 6TI-I DIVISION Sixth Division maintains and operates all ship's boats. This includes a motor whaleboat, the Captain's Gig, an officer's motor boat, and three utility boats. BM2 Smith, SN Whitfield, lsittingl SN Webb, and BM3 Spencer work on a port side utility boat. loppositel SN Garcia flemishes a line. ENS Seifert BMC Ferris SN Anderson SN Burns BM3 Chavez BM3 Dalquist BM2 Daniel SA Dossantos SN Garcia BM3 Ginkel SN Hoehn SN Honore 4 174 l l -Q-r lx., SN Sawin SN Searing BM1 Smith BM2 Smith SA Webb SN Wehrman SN Winfield SN Whitlock BM2 Wingard BM3 Wright ttfisitlifi FA DIVISION By using tire control directors, fire control computers, and stable elements, the men of FA l Division ensure that rounds fired by the secondary battery hit their target. The long range of the fire control radars enables the secondary battery to thoroughly cover air and surface targets. FA Division: "In God We Trust, all others we track." FC2 Luster operates a target designation system. FC3 Kersten checks the MKIA for accuracy. FC3 Allen FC3 Ayer do l l FC3 Bankemper FCSN Brinkley l I FC3 Cheney FCSN Davis l FC3 Dunkerson FC1 Eason l I 177 41 ww Lwmf::y,.f,-- . ff Qfmf- mc.-arf'-,Q A-m,y,1,f,.-K. V ,. , , ?'ZEZf,fL? 7f'. " ' HZ z ' ' 1, I, , , V. ,, , 1 f, . ,'-fff2isi2f:,e -,Q . U-536125142 ff-L1 ,Q 4,:g:5Qze-7fvfsg11.'- , 3 'fi U"l'i521,i?7i'N?ff1?-, Eff' ,1zf,M, .,.,. w,,.,,,.,,4 ,,f,:f21'..f,, f,.,,1 " 'f'ff5fe2azz53fIv V ,:,xgf,,1gy .J .1 . -1- 1 1 af' 'if .WA . .-,fp ,. ,L..L, ,. X, ,,,,. H 1.x 'ix ,H c.,.,w,. 1 .x igifal, f I ,,, . ., ,gd i., sp? U , . ,H , -ik,-L I, Q -gp' Y. . Q, ng,A,,., -r . Lu T545 L i J, .ff .-:i , Qlvll--77 Y Y I-l 2- - Y- Y Y, Y Y l ' I 1 f 1 1 Z1 f ,x, 11 1 F M DIVISION Main Battery Fire Control Division centers itself around the MK 38 gun tire support system. During navigation detail, the MK 48 computer along with the MK 38 director and the MK 13 radar serve an integral part in verifying the ship's position. The equipment would be worthless if it were not for the quality of firecontrol men involved in its operation. Their care, preservation and maintenance is uniquely what determines where rounds are placed on the target. LCDR Palmer LTIC- Schlichting FCC Garnett FC2 Bailey FCSN Birnie FC3 Broussard FC3 Cates FC3 Chalmers FC3 Clearman FC3 Desmond FC2 Green FCI Gwinn FCSN jackson FCSN Jennings FC3 Kreeger FC3 Longacre FC3 McRae FCSN Megan FCSN Ness FC3 Norton FC1 Oregan l mianuwfr Y: , V ' Y ' h-I' Y :Ill ,Y , Y, Y ,.,,,. . Y, , ,,, .,-,--1 2 ,. 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GMG3 Carrasquillo GMG2 Chernesky GMG2 Fisher GMG3 Fittin GMG3 Frazee GMC3 Hance GMG1 Kline GMGSA Ortiz GMG3 Osterholt GMG3 Shivers GMC-3 Stier GMG3 Thompson GMG1 Tucker GMG3 Walsh GMG3 Williams 183 X, NV 1 G-2 DIVISION l G-2 Division maintains and operates turret two. I Their goal is the highest state of operational ENS GIGHSOH readiness possible for the worlcl's most powerful GMC Koehnen ll guns. They achieve this goal through a strong ll sense of team spirit and plain hard work. TURRET I i ll ll i. il I il Il l C-MG2 Dove GMG3 Dugas GMG1 Foster GMG1 Green GMG2 Herring l Ll GM3 johnson p 1 GMG3 McKay lu GMGSA Linneman fx GMG2 Nelson SN Olson Ji l l 1 ll l 184 TWO, CAN DO! GMG1 Ansley GMG2 Barlow GMC-3 Dennie GMSN Seitz GMG2 Shaw GMG3 Valentin G-3 DIVISION The gunners of turret three have the distinction E3Tr3AGCPI5f'x3g4an of.having the only 16" guns' onthe aft part of the ship. They are proud of their high level of maintenance and operations ability. l-lard work and close attention to detail ensure that turret three will be able to answer the call for fire. llefti GMG2 McKinnon is painting the strikedown boom which is used to lower 16" projectiles to the shell decks. GMG1 Nicholas, GMG3 Stier, and GMGSN Boggs perform PMS. GMG3 Smith GMG3 Solt GMG1 Briggs GMGSN Brown GMG1 Dunn GMG3 Knight GMG2 McDonell GMG2 McKinnon C-MGT Nicolais GMG2 Scherer GMC2 Schweizer 185 l l 4 i l r I i I ,i lr l r ' si , ls' .li 5 i l Y l ll I i 1 J G-4 DIVISIGN Secondary Battery KG-4D is the battleship's primary air defense weapons system. lt is also used for naval gunfire support for amphibious operations and defense against shore batteries. No matter if it is a fire power demonstration, fighting off killer tomatoes, completely removing target sleeves from the sky or just an average day defending the ship, you can count on G-4 to get it done. 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The boat landing was usually packed with tour crowds from the USS lngersol, and with crewmembers and visitors awaiting the ride to the New Jersey. 197 LT Melton, O52 Gwaltney, LCDR Chesser, LT Crow, and HM3 Harry pause for a rest on their epic bicycle journey to Yanchep. As they got farther away from the city, they seemed to go back in time. The going got rough and they lost their way, yet they toughed it out to a successful conclusion and earned the title "Trekker", I l 4 l I i l i i I if v vp Sim f Q, M and roper Trek QANCHEP BEACH RD ff Z1 f A gy-ff! ' ,fn r-' fin! Rodeo 6 N W W I E 5 1 235 1 1 I I W 1 vxztvlzn- , Y ' ' , ' Y l-1. ' in - A.: ------ - Y W YY YY 1' Q? .yi- 'P , '-M- -...,. .- ....-,- ,.....-- -...,,,N. ....-- , R nn- if-1 fx ,ff M Y f fffffx Q 1 ,if 85564: 3 vazwvwf 2+f1'53Z2JFf' . ,,pf,fzx: 1 if ,fiuwfwf f , 4 f 'Z T f 45 :IRL 1' 1 ' 1 ,6'h"2+f5 , J" ' A ' ... 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LTJG Ware can be counted on not to allow a pretty girl to fall overboard. 229 X Sun bathing is so popular in Sydney that if you are not into beaches, you are not into Sydney or even Australia, for that matter. This country lives for its water sports. Sun worshiping can be done in any way you see fit. , .... -,.,P- .,,. w,,,,,-.,,w -.-..,N,, U T , I ,, , WW gf f X -. 1 t A ww K f 5 X :aj f, 1 '51-:V nw , .1-.rlfi ffsx-f' ':,r2:"Lwfa' ,' . f ,MJ ,M f. x:45,5:,i 13,1 " " if'f::.',e5,fp':fi-QQ X r K K ,,':..?M l -N 5 ft ' gfxfiw K . ,.,,,.,Q f 'Exif pl it " -XE , 2 2 , ,yy .' Q Xi? .ff is ' Q 3. ci I A 4A V W-+ -Fri V, pfif Ay' -1'fv X MX' , 413, , W, 1. 1 . 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Pier- side space was at a premium especially since we took up 800 ft. of it and extended into the bay. The French ships Colbert, Admiral Charner and Commandant Bory are nested at our stern. The British ship, Ark Royal, is seen in one of the rare occasions when it wasnlt surrounded by small boats. 241 aww N569 -Qwazp. . ' wuz Q, , , . ,-fix. ,, .W 1 551, .x X w F 1 , . , z,v.gi" ', f dimes. X , , f- ,-seg--Y-' ,, :b+.,e-:gi-.. farm.:-:t'f' 'swf 1' H -4 wfffz- -N1 .r N , -4 baggy 1' X2 V 'Smqiilzl v 3 - f 32, , . 1 f , .,g-.'-:rw-1-:Swv - V :m uy if QW ' 3' HH. FC' Ki' 1 ' C - x F K 1 J -.1 x xi . -- N XTX 135 1155,2,151-ig-I.-fl'I5xNf-.-N.'X15iqNkX h Y- v 'I I I I I Il I I U I I I 1 I I It 1 B1 I I I I I I i I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I yd,- BM1 Hudson stands at parade rest while SN Johnson mans the sound powered phones. BM2 McConoghy and SA Wilson man one of the boats in Sydney Harbor. We are in place and ready for the festivities to begin. 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As the band played and the wine flowed we demonstrated time and again that we can represent our country better than anyone. NEW JERSEY quickly became known as the place to be, if you weren't invited to a BATTLESHIP reception, you missed the time of your life. SN Kern pours another round for a guest. h 257 .L ,M gf' A . 831 . P.. S . - zu.:-1 'BM 5.1.4 V.vM,, ,, X, I wr" ff 52 5671-J, " 1 Ay, ,, , f Mg! f M f ff M23 . , f ,, . 4 71 ,afwyf gy. 7, ., f , 7 M 'ff if yi,1f1Jfvw f f ' .Q gM 7,4 ,, . o u ' , s M14 Z! I ff ' wh. , ,.,f'7j fl . 'Z X mf 2 if ' . f 1 4..,.I .V-N51 1291, ,. M' f f 4 1 A4 if? 4! 4. .,f,-Q. 9 . 4 HV gg, ,gg 5, 1 "l Q'-x,. ,'53e,w,:y4. 'Wf' - '1f'M'!lu'x.iz:gx M- ' x""W"'5fl'S-"N, ,.,, f S KH . x . X- " wi- K ,L it X ,Q Y v ""ffj iii. I1 1:3-X 2 g ggi . .1 Exif :4 gm xg., X. ' xv x-:iv fx wi: N Sf' N' A Y :W K Lx QQ! FN V Ri? . .. 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CAPT Deguzman and COMNAVFORKOREA are framed by a water-tight door, Visitors to the battleship experience close-up the firepower of freedom. ENS Goergen and a Korean guest await the firing of mount 53. B J si I lY?.7?a: You know if we can host a reception for dignitaries we can certainly throw a childrenls Bicentennial Birthday Celebration complete with clowns and balloons. Thats just what we did in Brisbane. Bing-Bing the clown also known as MMFN Larson gives a balloon to a pint-sized VIP. The Marines impressed the kids with their static displays and the band played on the pier for them but how can you top a clown act like Shortiels, also known as RM3 Townley. 261 , . V , V . ., X. W A , 1 N ff AQMTN. , 1 f 'Lx ,xv i 3 , I wx.5 I 1 X fn .N N nf, ,. K . .NAM , X N, 'Q ,x ' x rg KN 1. 1, ,. , f . 5 FQ K 4, ,jfs ' - 1 Eh " X x I ix Z, f ,QM In X753 ' iff , X f, -fa f , f 'I 1 5177! if ! ' fe fa. L if 2 I 1 ff , f JMLA4 f'74 'f' I sv I., , F A 4 in r 4 A M 4 l ,v , ...W ... ...,,,. 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The ship's band plays portside turret two. LCPL Costa and LCPL Fenstermaker remain ever vigilant to danger. Australia tell from view on the horizon as we headed for open ocean. There is much work to do to insure that we look our best for homecoming. After almost four months, we are ready to get home, but first a brief stop in Pearl I-larbor. We don't have time to do as much as we would like to in Hawaii, but that,s OK. We know we'll be home soon As we enter Pearl Harbor the crew comes to attention to render honors to the deceased sailors aboard the USS Arizona. The sun shines brightly in the cloudless sky yet a sense of reverence is felt by all. CAPT Katz llVledical Corpsl the senior man and MSSR Moreno, the junior man aboard, standby to cast a wreath into the bay. A marine rifle squad stands ready to fire a volley. i I 1 i The Arizona Memorial, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, LN2 Thompson and HMC Wilson render a hand salute. The Marines fire a 21 gun salute. in LCPL Kennedy sounds taps. 1, ,f 'z 265 I-IN Erickson carves the magic vvord into the sand that lures thousands of tourists here every year. Unfortunately few seem to be coming for a closer look today. To some the Hard Rock Cafe is a "Mecca,H of sorts. The entrance to Waikiki beckons travelers to vvindsurf and enjoy the hotel accomodations. We must have arrived too early since the beaches aren't crowded with skimpy clad sun vvorshipers. Not so says HM2 Garza as he smiles broadly. ' -'-'f,wf'f-1r:f-HM ff if 533:31 fxaaa,,.,n?'fA5.!w, .Qk X ,. n-Fl x ..., Vx-9 fri -1-5-rd rs of . . ,gf iii? ,, . 4, f 2 2- ,H gfsift - ,. trys ,fjgg:Y5' ""' 1, 2:59 635 .fl-Z' w,-., 44,350 .-9 1' - -f F1-r-,ffyff ff P , ,Mi a gay , .1,,. . 5. Will ie-"N P 459 V ,":",2'ffYA ,-..,..., Fi.. J YV it mi V Z 2ma --11 I g., 1 f A p..-.., , "1 ip' v-IO. 1 0 .',: fx -. V ,, 'L' ' 2 ,. 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We carefully thread our way through the channel as Senior Chief Wright pays his respects to our fallen comrades. gl 1 Yi. 4 Talk about your beautiful weather. The days are warm, the seas calm and we are headed home. The tigers take every opportunity to explore the ship. They canlt believe there are so many places to go and things to see. Many want photos to preserve these memories. l l l l gli i i 271 1 x 2 .w -1 s E r No doubt the highlight of the tiger cruise has to be the firing of the 16" guns. There is no way that you can prepare yourself for the noise and the shock. CAPT Katz, LTJG Birkle, and CDR Agnor direct the proceedings from the O-5 level. All Tiger eyes are directed towards USS Berkeley as she comes alongside to refuel. PN2 Stacy mans the sound powered phones during one of the general quarters drills. 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We hold it there so the losers can be thrown overboard. The two below could both go over. Victory has come to the Sunkist Kid after a hard fight. Below left in the EM2 Baligad vs EM2 Arguelo bout, it is Baligad victorious. Opposite vertical, it is SN Green over QMSN Kauranen. LT Brooke is referee for the bouts. Sometimes he even receives punches but delivers none of his own. DCFN scores handily over HTFN Hansen. The crowd wants a good fight and they are rewarded. In the SN Sampson vs FC2 Green fight, FC2 Green gets the nod. 275 HCDME T LAST We travelled over 15,000 nautical miles. We have seen three foreign countries and Hawaii. We are Shellbacks, even Golden Shellbacks if you will. We had the time of our lives, but we also had thoughts of home. Even having a good time can get old when you do it so regularly. No doubt many wrote back home 276 saying "wish you were here." You can travel the world over and see the sights but in the end there is no place like home. 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Wives and sweethearts, families and newborns crowd the pier and cheer as balloons are "fired" from the 16M guns. 278 if na' f 'Jr , - ,Q W, nn: Y 1' 'X s f" f f f-vf' , 4 r f . my 4, . , 1 v" ,, ,,,, M-- M 4 US' "'f-- - E '-sk 4 .. '- 733, I f. .,,,.' 3 f' fi- fry! ,if 1 5 W , , W , ..,.,,, , wg? 5x"':ef Y 4 ' 'f .4529 Af - Lx yl2Q4fg.., J, -:ff , fo ,dz- ., .' , ls, . 5: A' ,, i if if 12: ' I :. . , . U v-', Z. .fr .J i 'Ky , , , iw.. , Nw - 'x ,R R X Q! X, s ' 'i': ' Y . if 1' M 'Q rl I BABYS BABYS BABYS His baby is tiny in his hands but FC2 Rooters is glad to hold her at last. GMG3 Shivers catches on quickly how to hold his daughter. lt doesn't get any better says MR1 Miller and baby daughter. SN Moore shares his affection between wife and son. One day these babies will be asking for the car keys, but right now they are the apple of their dad's eye. ' . , gr 127' s Wai 05 i 3 N, If . V . xc .xxx XM, -X. ,X 7 Nc ,, c W i Not all the babes onboard were as little as MM2 Dye's son. FC2 Chatelain can attest to that as he chats with Miss Long Beach '88, Playboy playmates quickly cornered some of the attention of their own as several sailors crowded around for autographs and photos. "So what,"says BM2 Smith and son. Home at last for SA Tierney, wife and newborn daughter. i 'W f -74 .4 A unwmmfiv-7'W y. A, .gxl if fm , 5 ' , gg WQ.,,,,Ap,1 , '.. " Z, 1' , 6 ' in fv Wfff: . W ff ff A f 7 K y VJEUQ jyfy A 1 f- mvfi fffxyfz wwf, mf 'vf ,W f Jmiwf 1 W A f ' ff ,ww V ff f ,MA , f ff A f f 1 fx 6 . -K ,f f, ...J my , J, .fi , , R. .W W m,:r,:n.w,..,..o ,f wnk, V -',, f ' A 5 w wh A my Q gh N X Q. , 4 , -- -- - W V i-7V-W Y Y 7- ,, Y A , . ,.1: -Y- A N EWCOMERS AND RETAKES LT Baker LT Seybold LT Thayer BTC Boutiette GMGC Dyson GMGC Mitchell We received new crewmen throughout the deployment. 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