New Orleans (LPH 11) - Naval Cruise Book

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' .gr -,r, f, 4 V QW p- ig' A ,. gT"f.f" nf! 1 . ...I f.' 5- . i ' li HERITAGE The Amphibious Assault Ship NEW ORLEANS 'lLP1-l- 111 is named after the city of New Orleans and the two battles of New Orleans fin the War of 1812 and in the Civil War.l The city of New Orleans, a major sea and river port on the Mississippi River and Gulf of Mexico, has played an important role in American History since its earliest days. The battle of New Orleans, in the War of 1812, witnessed the defeat of a large British amphibious expedition by the delaying tactics of a small fleet of gunboats and two sloops under the command of Commodore Daniel T. Patterson, Commander of the naval station of New Orleans. This delaying action enabled the forces of Andrew Jackson to select a desirable downriver defense and await the arrival of needed, reinforcements. The New Orleans victory preserved U.S. national honor, self respect, and prestige at home and abroad. New Orleans again played a major role in American Military history during the Civil War. When Farragut's fleet passed the forts guarding New Orleans, 24 April 1862, to capture New Orleans, the fate of the Confederacy was sealed, assuring that the United States would not be divided. The delta of the Mississippi was open to the Naval union assault force which joined the Union forces coming south in the great pincer which severed the Confederacy. "Thus" reported Secretary of the Navy, Gideon Welles, "the great southern depot of the trade of the immense central emporium of the wealthy region was restored to national authorityg the mouth of the Mississippi was under our control and an .outlet for the great west to the ocean was secured." The first NEW ORLEANS ship, a 3,430 toin cruiser, was placed in commission on March 18, 1898. The cruiser NEW ORLEANS served with distinction in the Spanish-American WEB and in World War 1 and remained in commission until 19 . i A The second NEW ORLEANS ship CCA-321 was a 10,000 ton cruiser, commissioned on February 15, 1934. The cruiser operated with the Atlantic Fleet until 1936 when it was assigned as a fleet unit of the Pacific Fleet. Surviving the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, the NEW ORLEANS went on to participate in a total of seventeen engagements in the Pacific Campaign during W0fld War II and was decommissioned in 1946. USS NEW ORLEANS CLPH-115, an amphibious assault ship, is the third in line to bear the name NEW ORLEANS and carry on the heritage of its valiant predecessors. H ISTORY The USS NEW ORLEANS is one of the newest amphibious ships in the Pacific Fleet and is the third ship to bear the name NEW ORLEANS. Her keel was laid at the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard on 1 March 1966, and she was commissioned on 16 November 1968 under the command of Captain G.M. Even, USN. After commissioning and completion of final outfitting, NEW ORLEANS proceeded to her homeport, San Diego, California arriving on March 1969. Upon her arrival in San Diego she became the flagship for Amphibious Squadron ONE. NEW ORLEANS is a floating helicopter base with a landing area 596 feet long and 105 feet wide, and can support 20 helicopters and 2,000 marines for extended operations anywhere in the world. NEW ORLEANS is specifically designed to support the vertical envelopment technique in amphibious warfare. When employing this technique, more than 1,000 combat ready marines are airlifted by helicopter several miles inland to tactically engage enemy troops. NEW ORLEANS also has a large hospital on board with over 150 beds and supporting facilities to care for patients. Following various refresher training exercises, the ship deployed on 1 August 1969 for the Western Pacific and operations as a member of the SEVENTH Fleet. While engaged in these Far East operations she was the Flagship for Amphibious Ready Group BRAVO and maintained a combat ready status with her embarked battalion landing team and marine helicopter squadron. To maintain her high degree of readiness NEW ORLEANS conducted numerous amphibious exercises. , ln October 1969 ORLEANS was host for the Eighth Vietnamese Awards Ceremony. Guests for this ceremony included the Prime Minister of the Republic of Vietnam, Comma-nder in Chief U.S. Pacific Fleet and numerous other dignitaries. During October the NEW ORLEANS also participated in Keystone Cardinal operations, a retrograde movement of marines out of Vietnam. ln December of 1969 Captain Boudinot, USN relieved Captain Even as Commanding Officer. In March 1970 NEW ORLEANS completed her Western Pacific deployment, having participated in five amphibious exercises, conducted many weeks of amphibious ready group maneuvers in the South China Sea, and made port visits to Hong Kong, Manila, Subic Bay, Okinawa, and Taipei. On her return voyage to the United States NEW ORLEANS participated in Keystone Bluejay operations, returning 1,100 marines and 100 vehicles to San Diego. In May 1970 NEW ORLEANS was Amphibious Forces Pacific representative for Armed Forces Day in San Francisco, conducting a highly successful open house in that city. lnjune1970 NEW ORLEANS participated in one of the largest amphibious exercises ever conducted on the West Coast, MEBLEX 1-70. She also had the honor of being host for the double change of command for Commander Amphibious Training Pacific and Amphibious Group THREE. ln July 1970 NEW ORLEANS made a short cruise to Hawaii, transporting numerous aircraft to Pearl Harbor. In August 1970 NEW ORLEANS became the Flagship for Commander FIRST Fleet. It was during this month that she provided support for President Nixon's visit to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico and made a port call at Acapulco. During the period of FIRST Fleet's embarkation numerous dignitaries, including foreign diplomats and naval leaders, visited NEW ORLEANS and FIRST Fleet. NEW ORLEANS was selected as primary recovery ship for Apollo 14 and prepared for that mission during the fall of 1970. In December 1970 Captain Robert E. Moore, USN relieved Captain Boudinot. In January 1971 NEW ORLEANS departed San Diego for Hawaii and the beginning of the Apollo 14 mission. On 9 February 1971 NEW ORLEANS recovered astronauts Alan Shepard, Stuart Roosa and Ed Mitchell 900 miles south of American Samoa in the South Pacific. In March of 1971 NEW ORLEANS was host for the Mike Douglas TV Show on board - a show seen throughout the United States. On 1 May 1971 NEW ORLEANS commenced her 1971 Western Pacific deployment. During the first two months of this deployment the NEW ORLEANS made two at sea medical evacuations of seamen, one from an American and one from a Norwegian merchant vessel. Several exercises were held during the deployment. One of these was a convoy exercise, a multi-nation cruising exercise simulating a convoy under combat conditions. Another exercise conducted during this period was a simulated amphibious assault on the Island of Mindoro, Republic of the Philippines. During this time joint NavyfMarine civic action teams provided medical care and completed various civic improvements for the local residents. , NEW ORLEANS completed her deployment in November and commenced preparations for her February shipyard overhaul in Long Beach. NEW ORLEANS completed the shipyard overhaul and began preparing for her next deployment in July, 1972. On 17 july 1972, only four days after Captain R.W. Carius, USN had assumed command from Captain Moore, NEW ORLEANS became the flagship for Amphibious Squadron THREE and later Amphibious Ready Group ALFA under Commodore W.H. Ellis, USN. During late July and early August NEW ORLEANS and her embarked units participated in the Philippine Flood Relief Operations, earning the Philippine Presidential Unit Citation. NEW ORLEANS was then engaged in contingency operations again with the ready group off the coast of Vietnam until early February. At this time she became the Flagship for Commander Task Force 78 and the control ship for Operation End Sweep. CTF 78, headed by Rear Admiral Brian McCauley, USN, was tasked with de-mining operations for the coast and harbors of North Vietnam. On 17 April 1973 NEW ORLEANS ceased operations in Haiphong Harbor and after being relieved in Subic Bay, Philippines, she began the long voyage home. NEW ORLEANS arrived in San Diego on 13 May 1973, marking the end of a long ten month deployment. On 18 August 1973 NEW ORLEANS departed San Diego for Hawaii and the beginning of the Skylab III mission. On 25 September 1973 NEW ORLEANS recovered astronauts Alan Bean, Owen Crarriott and Jack Lousma 190 miles Southwest of San Diego. On 14 December 1973, Captain Ralph E. Neiger, USN, relieved Captain Carius and on 4 January 1974 NEW ORLEANS was again underway for Hawaii and the beginning of the SKYLAB IV mission. On 8 February 1974 NEW ORLEANS recovered astronauts Carr, Gibson and Pogue 250 miles Southwest of San Diego and returned to homeport to begin preparations for its fourth Western Pacific deployment to commence in mid March. !:Q!w-wx 1:4 D-2"T1:'f 1 Xxx-m 4 l , Commanding Officer ff f Captain Ralph E. Neiger Captain Ralph Neiger wasfiborn Sacramento, Caiifornia on 4Q1anuary E928 has attended Sacramento College and tlie Business Administration. .ln 1961 Captain Neiger was accepted to the UnitedStates Naval Postgraduate School and received a Masters degree in Management. He completed the College of Naval Warfare course at theNav,al War College in june 1971. 4, Captain Neiger entered thefNavy' in December 1945 in the V-5 prograrn and following college training was appointedyya Midshipman in May, 1948 When, lie entered flight training at Pensacola, Florida. Hewas designated a Naval Aviator in Septe,rnberj1949, and assigned to Attacic Squadron 115. In May 1950 he was commissioned Ensign, USN., Captain Neiger served with VA-115 on the Ussi PHILIPPINE SEA from July 1950 to March 1951, in the Korean conflict. He attended LSO school and later served in that capacity aboard the USS ESSEX in the Korean War Zone. Other assignments included duty with the Bureau of Naval Weapons Resident Representative, Special Projects Office, Aerojet General Corporation, Heavy Attack Squadron EIGHT in 1960wl961, V-6 Officer aboard USS RANGER, and as flight instructor with ATU- 301 at Cabaniss Fieid, Corpus Christi, Texas. Captain Neiger served as Executive Officer and Commanding Officer of Heavy Attack' Squadron EIGHT in 1965-1966, completed a tour as Operations Officer and Executive Officer of USS HANCOCK QCVA-191 in September 1970, and Commanding Officer of USS OGDEN QLPD-SD in October 1973. A , f ff 4 X ,, f 'f 4 WW' ,W f f ,, 7 wx., f f , , W , ,U U, X 1, W fc f gf ff ' HM ,' , wypfff ff A, X 'f 'fwfr' :rags , WW X ,WW . ff aw , yy' 1 . W f af Q f f , 5 X W ff ,Mm X W University of California at Berkelejgfwhereifbe, graduated with a Bachelor of Science degrgee in J, , . ,' 1 M,xS X V ?4':X-Xixixx wx 913 Q 'Xxx N ' 0 Q x fx if 91 'MV M4W'2ffi2 , , kf ' f Lx.x X lxxx f X ' , N 'Q,Q 1 Q ' , l ' 4 Xxi. xxX-X' 2 ' xxxx ,V,, ' ' i L - 1 X AQ , .,'f X fW . Q , i Y? 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Embarieed Units .......... Operations Department ..... Communications Department Deck Department ......... Air Department.. ......... A QOOOOOOO6000OOOO00O MedicalfDentai Departments Supply Department ........ Engineering Department .... ini K X-..... W fm A f , 4 'v s' W M. K M,,,.., sms-Z? 9' f' .S Aus 3 DIVISIO CFFI ERS MAJ O. L. Busby Asst. OPSXAIR LCDR K. T. Ryan CIC LCDR D . Sokol Meteorologist -'Lin LCDR D. L. Kinsey Asst. AIR LT P. D. Cullen Asst. AIRXOPS-ASW LT H. J. Nyland, III Asst. Administration LT M. Whittemore Aircraft Handling LT N. P. Delucohi Asst. Supply 1stLT J. F. Bouldry Combat Cargo LT jg T. A. Oliver Engineering Admin LT jg J. A. Holm DCA LT jg D. L. Stokes Asst. CIC LT jg S. Burton Food Services LT jg J. W. Voss FOX Divison LT jg D. J. Ross LegalfPAO FV! vas. . W. , LT jg R. S. Kaiser Sales LT jg R. D. McNamara 2nd Division LT jg D. L. Capron Wardroom LT jg B. L. Pring lst Division ENS T. A. Winterstein Intelligence ENS M. U. Majer B Div!Admin ENS R. D. 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'1ju79vy'7 1 YQ- ' PM Y' ' X iw M4 .ww7. f'f1g f -:J my 1-r, , ff ,M Along With Hard Work ...... -.................,........-...,..,...-.- ......-.......f............-..--.-.. ....-...-.------- - i A i X 1 i N e E W e I f We Have Recreation And Q 9 1 1 Q2 1? ,4 41 14 H: 1, fx . 1 1 , 30 1 fulfil Xx M Z' ,te Q',, 1 I sf J f wx- KQQ W 1 5, A M,-f ,...f-r" ,-,,,,,f-- pdlhlil f ff , 2 H ,Q my 5 Mm., , 4 1 , N! I 'immwf W ' - 'Wfxfs " i "Sf-S-SA Gum, If d SCS-SW' 1PtR"ff ii PX gg 12' E2 X DIVISIO f my f, WX. WX, , ray, s, W,-sf . 4- .. sv, fysyfe of-, f, .f 1. X. - ' f f gs . f fs X sf f . , W f 7 f f , f X g QL f " f 'A S SI f ': f' -- , X X X we ' ,- -' - ' ' if , . 7 swf M s we X 'WS 4 . A X f fa 7 I ' 1 . 9 . ' 155 N aw V, .,.m,. v X X ,, MX fx S S X wean. if a ., A , g "Ivana, 3 , ' Y" at i , f :' X, Xf ' in 4' ,' 1 6 . , I 'Qff fi X fic X XX cf Z , 17 ff wif X, f . J if , S A V 7 Z X f N AX ff! X 1 , we r sn., "' gmc., ' KVA N, H, , ...pw ,. , 1 ff Wg-'f ,ff 2. F g,1 ,f,wf "mtl: 1 WW X, 7-gy T f -,, f Xg f ,XIV , fwgfm MFL., . i ii, . 3 Y :Q , A X L f ,,. 3 no i f f .V X , g e . Q QS, K fy f ' . x 1 , f' , . c 5 N! ij' Xl? X ,, , fi X f f 1 X: f gb ,i r f g ' f 4 f . 'Q 4 A -M .,. 4 I 1 if f,X ., ETCM R. E. Dennin , MCPO of the Command 3-M Coordinator I , -V f if f f 7 fi fi f iw. , , if X 'f i f X X 6 f 6 X , W 1 J si The men of X Division and their offices are scattered throughout the ship. The division contains such vital workshops as the personnel and admin offices, where the personnelmen and yeomen handle all service records, official correspondence, ID cards and assist the Commanding Officer and Executive Officer. The legal office is a one stop place for legal assistance in any matter. The drafting shop and print shop are responsible for all reproduction Work done on the ship. The public affairs office, KNOR radio and television, ship's library, post office, MAA force and the Chaplain's office are all a part of this special division. A Wa if M 5 E3' f 1 la X Z. ,, , , ima? W, , hi, E 1 1 Z f' X0 Y ff N f I3 s f if Q 5 f' ' Xi f Z! f 7 A , J fl , Q f X fx J 5 X f f ff f QM, y ' mY! , , 'Q ?! N K f ?, ,Q ffk ' :Z " G ,f 1 A 2- Y ,f i 1 ,f ww an ' A ' ' i f f Q, Af? W X X I 4 X., R K Eff f 1 Y Vfi X. i VXXX 92 LSR? IMIAUL ,ff Wi? PNC L.R. Hebert BRC B.A. Kolas LI2 M.P. Rodriguez DM2 M.V. Laroque YN3 R. L. Dodier JO3 D.M. Kelly DM3 E. L. Zoch YN3 D.J. Renadette L13 R.J . Brodala YN3 M. R. Shapiro PN3 J. E. Enzenbacher PN3 R.O. Feen PNSN C.M. Ramirez PNSN C.W. Cargill PNSA C.D. Apley Yogi? Cflliiffioe f K Ei' I. v x fa! X hi iv- X - iw x ' L XV, Ii X 1 if f i J Xi, . xii...-, ,. M x Q 'lp I A QE ff: KAN' 4 Q ix TQ A 55 , 1 ' CID X' E WT ""-mn...,m-'M Wx 1' A 4 V , , ! 0 7 my 'W N J I 1 W ?fmson zvei Gjfice ! 1 Y 1 1 1 2 ,al 3 i E F i X 5 X Alu if X g -52: I , M "W Wzax Q f -.3 53 Q xng N1 5 ., f 'fflff -Y N3 Q? ,, M ZX - 1:5 K x ' if X f 'X 'X y X X K 'flip A 'N , 3 X S QNX 11214- ,S ,, X Q Q X3 Z 'S Q2 wi 2 K: w 0 W' ' " gy M Z , f 0 f J f 1 f X SJ f ff BMC R.G. McKay BM1 G. L. Berkey 5 MA1 B.F. Simpson , f A BM1 J. L. Lofton 'Qi 1 Wh-i , If 4 x QQ 'lm f 5 . "-.4 T2 Q I X3 E 4, ,fm jf 2" ' Q , Q ' MA1 J. Budeshefsky ADJ2 K.E. Shawver X Q ,, rn -xv '15 -.-4 ABH2 R.B. Wolf 'Nw M STER RMS VERTICAL i REPLENISHME T . . . Vertical Replenishment, or VERTREP, is the Navy's newest and most modern way of getting supplies, transferring provisions, equipment and spare parts to the active men in the fleet. lt's an evolution requiring precise planning, coordination and seamanship. 4 355-A 4? 6 . ,, .Qi .. fw 'WM fm-- Means Fresh Supplie ww W, wwf K ,W , I , N M aw WMWQ' 7Xf5'WM "4'ly"f, A jysggf ff ffxffm, 9 Wi w - ,gr mf X 1 M Z Q- ,MN , , K Division s job on board the ship is dealing , six Qt, sa A f Z . Y sw xggg 4 1 ffz X 5, 7 W sf fiftw 1 X X if X 1 f Z gs A, fini ,ls g gli f W S' f A X '- fy X r N Ns DA flill0il'1l'if ,ff of ' X Eff Exetosnves l Q i ,y vt 5 i. Cf? X N A 1 Q I C3 ' . l - H 1 with the handling and transportation of combat support equipment and supplies. Combat Cargo also has the responsibility of guiding combat ready troops to helicopters and boats during an amphibious assault. This division has the major job every time the New Orleans receives stores in making sure that all cargo is moved from the flight deck to the hangar deck as fast as possible. 'VZ ?FWU7'1X' fefsiws g W, SWR fx .- Q, M teysa , .wsgA wLQa .f dye 5 ,... ,V I , NWT, ,,, , f, gy ,, N555 v n liuqh .yank I S S , , .. in M, s j I .513 ff I f . I pgf , xif. X if N .-, ,WJ i JL Q ,aff Q ss , X ,f X mi., "ha 2 X me 'kg H 0 ! 5 71 5 Q f ,X , -oz ik X - f'afjgl WN S X X V s -1 ff' 6 X Sa-...J , L! X IX 1 DANGER " W GUEGIHI as -535 v-'fx HANDLE E X' cllvizg f f. '12 'ff ya, A ,,.1 .H 3 V 'mga 1-:qw Ni jpJ2fg'. , WSW wa - X , f N X 1 X Z l ff 5 1 L U , .I A iw,-nl it . ' W L Aa I t 29? Z 7 fi yw R f I ' A X A? 'mHxQ?w,fy X 2 Y ,, , A si We W' s ' 2 ' N sv? 1 :'6 i W mmm nfl SSGT R.A. Dolan ABH3 T. L. Dace ABH3 G.C. Schemmel AN T. L. Proffitt AN W.J AN C. AN F. AN T. R L C AA R.A Brammer Dierker Walker Yandell Fleming 'S Z 3 i , I' z E f gf y V Q 2" 3 5 MA wx fr 7Ef7i5'C'?Q wi 1 x 3 .1 xx, W xx ,J My ' wwf an MMM, ,J xl ...mf-f f MK ,f-J I .N g, , fy ,2g.,.f M ,V 1 I - N Y ,Jw J, Af, , wi? X j Hcp, F 51 s ' gf .q,.. :V.g.", iff . wx M TUC G. MQ WSH - pg-'-:":,,: ' . .CP N N X If. 42 , 5, in '1- cv, M Q QE.. -. ww 3:- Q 1 -S: X ' 5 I E II 11214 -'-xii: 4 i' x I , 7' ------f-i1::,,. - -lr-:-g----f--'-----.- 4---f ,,..,..-..--f ,-.. .--,.,.M.-.--..,.n-'V-.m..,- ,,,, , , .- H, K .,- ,,,, . , , , -g Y Y Y x 1 DIVISIO lv, ,www-.f N . N-,-. - n "WVU Q"f'f,Si3iWv'Vi4 i, Q. 1' mf N N- ,V SW? 7-J Q 2 fs A FW-'C . ' . 1 M , , ,ir iw , 1 vs V 4 N N, f 'Y f Sfsfi? 9 Vim I f KE ,, f X 1. Ny gage H , Y 1 of f , , 1 f of , ., f 1 f vsfik "ww I MIK Y f s 4 x SL 4 ff -L at -A, gy, , ' ,B ,W fr , ,V ,. is - f - ,VU -, ,if 1 'mm With instruments old and tested as the Sextant and as new and modern as satellite assisted navigation, N Division makes sure the New Orleans sails a safe true course. N Division's Quartermasters take the helm during every special evolution such as General Quarters, leaving and entering port and replenishments at sea. They are truly, masters ofthe sea. 'C 1 iight 'Z 6 -ff 'Ni fy, W Wm,.M.... ., QMC M. F. Mayer QM3 B. H. Carlson QM3 L.D. White QM3 R.J. Macy SN K.R. Santero SN D. C. Tooker QMSNW.E. Rafferty Nm 2 44 l I I V i I 7 3 -44 c M ph In W... 'Tm sorry Ensign, but I am the P .O 0 helmsman guiding this ship and ', Q Q I cannot get you a cup of coffee, 1 sir!" L 11 4:3 , ,XX Arrival ln Subic Ba L! i ,, . i fr 1 4 1 M..,fff A l ' 3 After the long voyage across the blue Pacific, New Orleans finally reached Subic Bay, Republic of the Philippines, our homeport overseas. As we moored to Leyte pier for the welcoming aboard of PHIBRON VII Staff, we reluctantly watched the excited "gator" crew of the USS Qkinawa QLPH-39 wave goodbye to their home away from home. After a couple hours hard work, we were underway for Rivera pier to take on the awaiting embarked units, HMI-l-462 and BLT Vt. That afternoon in the hot tropical Weather, joint participation of both Navy and Marine teams began rapidly on loading our provisions for the up-coming WestPac deployment. We, the ready forces afloat, now united to fulfill our obligation of maintaining control of the seas and preserving a lasting peace in which our country,s freedom so depends. -N4 ,N .J f ' 1 4: . X. L. . V l"'xl. ' ,L-7 aj ,bf .53 ff I-7' -ff?-1' ' s .1 . ' PL via, 1 Af '.' 40s 'Y X' 'ff' A ,-f , .QWIV-A A ,,,nfj-I ' Q 9, . 1 Means Goodbye SS Okinawa J STAFF A ia' v 7' A 34" ,gn fb D .U .S D-U I rf GJ? V F fr Ag., J J " 4,4 44 VV if Vera tb L' YQQLLQ S W .,.x J 'f?'i1"! jfff, L . ff 5 8 .,.,........ . COMPHIBRON VII COMPHIBRON III Capt. M. J. Davis Capt. J. M. Twite COMMODORE COMMODORE y III I I IKM!! C.S. O. PHIBRON VII C.S.O. PHIBRON III N CDR. P. C. Matthews, Jr. CDR. R. W. Kerslake si' ,. '-X n .el as -sz, 4, 4.-. A .R g..n YW? PHIBR VII STAFF ,F 4.11, , H ' J Z AAW1 , :ff A Wa 'll-.. QFHTQ X: RHI-. l g qz viyy If CDR J V Tullis LCDR L J Clemen LCDR J J Adams LCDR J H Walkenford LCDR L D McCullough MGH! mask' Y 25 I' 2 LT M L Ceruzzi LT T P Slates LT J R Meyer LTJ Y Allison ENS R.J. Bassar MSGT G.W. Quinn EWC J.J. Bowman YNC T.R. Heuer SD2 R. T. Reynante Wigan V ...ul-he EN2 D.G. Morris YN3 M.W. Deller SD3 A. F. Feria EN3 T. L. Hunter SDSN F.C. Aguda 6 .f ,Q CAPT F Libuttl, USMC E 1 I 'N gk if HQ. '9 1 I l x Z Q1 ix N A f f---mm.. ,,,f, .W x X ff! ww in ,.,, 1, .,,,,,,,V , mm Wm.,4xW W -,x f S if N f QW an X 'E fm "",,l ...-0 ,,,,.,--1 , af Nw 4 51 f f 'pm ' XL, '31 4 52 gf qi ff fx xx f WWW' I N32 4 7 V lwxyx 1, 5 s a-M f I, fy. S 1-, ZS 5 , f? PHIBR III STAFF 'Wm 1 'wma EY 4, H"i!lg,,Y Ks N' fifj aww ' gtg? ,. 1' fx www NSS t Sli! S . , ' - if , Q + Q vm ss , f V! ff W 5 f 4 W 2 ,. f 5 W Q uw W f V Z ff f vff lv A! X V' X fl I f f .SW " 1 MZ NZM ' S ,, f. NW X iii? ' Y ' ,. . - ' ,, f ,L , .1 ly vX - v l v 4 NV , ' Q' QA , f df ,,.W, Z I , 1 X Sf jf f ff X W . --7 4, f ' xl 7 , ,Y X ,M Wg, j L , 1 - . L ff , fa, S, qw .1 X LCDR B.R. Garlington LT G.W. Hodak LT S. I. Olsen LT D, L. Baldwin LT R. O. Eckman 6?W7m.4M I 7 X, f ENS A. L. Jacobs CWO3 H. H. Taylor SMCS B.D. Howard YNC D.F. Carlson QMC C.A. Glick YN1 F.L. Pangelinan RM1 J.J. Faden SSGT R. V. Neely YN2 V. D. Canarillo QM2 D.D. Seltsam BM2 S.M. McLaughl1n SN E. F. Sigournuy SN T.J. Damovlakis SN L. B. Almazan RMSA T. J. Johnson ilu-,,. 17 11,4- x ,,,,..2x XD 5, W QM. ' ml? 2' Winn' 'V 4 1 ix Q 41 3, if NJ fw wvf ,Ne .. ' x N J 37' WL ff V ,, WV ' ' at f N -pw 1 my 7-W,,,w.N EMBARKED U ITS iff e .x nr , W- 4, , ...W nd. X, 1 , I x .. ,JH ll! X , . l , I 1 . I ! I , W 1 . 'i i Y! LH fn , y:' 1 ?I. E . J r , , 1 1 3 X Q "al , . ' f2f7"YN , - I V Z! QAZQXEZWMW I X X ffwfff ,, V ,, 9 U, I 9154 , A 9 ff,-'V' ' 1 f , , f W -7 44 255' ff x ff-'WM 4 5 y - -, ., 1 , -Q W, ,f l My AA 'wx ,,., x ZW 40, ,-x , , , . ,f 0 ' . f ra? 11 .fffwgy f-1 . x.X.Q, W3-XM W xk, ,N A' ' .Q f 4. Q, ' f f aw,-:X , ,M f ' fzwf w . -' 'U' T ff , V X , -. , XX, V ' f ..w , 1 ,mag 0' ' ,.w.:1,QP9,, 46,y :,. .. i W x. -., f ,QL-5-x f Ja .W -t"f'.T1 X 1, 89' 44 A fx W, .X in W R 59 N v i ft Q x x .1 ,f bf 1. -e N- Q' 4 nn- TM 5-.a 2? V , Y. - ., ,W , .A.A ,.-,-.--.,w...-..- W Yv- 4' f A 4,1 'ff' I' 3' w ' OE DIVISIO at Www 1 KV f? :W f Why f 70f K yea ,eff ff lx 'We,,,vf A ,gum JJXA W XZ? ,f ff sv if 7 f wff f W rffvwf'-7' f W' A X ,QA S? SW W f gf ETC H D H1S1I'lg'tOI'1 ETN2 L A Tengen ETR2 P L Sklles ETN2 S E Adams x X XXXNNX f sv ,M f fi V Lf uw ETR2 G A ETN2 S M ETR3 G W ETR3 R A ETN3 M E Nylund ETR3 R A Carter ETR3 R K KIGISS ETRSN D A Farrar Gaasvlg Fleck Rees Greene '-K Spending long hours, the electronics technicians of OE Division keep all the radars, radio transmitters and satellite tracking equipment in perfect working order. Their work takes them from the top of the ship's mast to the ship's radio and television stations. No matter where it is or what it is, the job is done quickly and professionally. , 79 if 3 5 1 'tc 5. 'iff ,ng I ba. ., ' h I C C: Li Q 4 ., W ,., w X N s 1? 'za 2 xl , x 1 . - 4 s Z 1 W is 4' , . Vu' , ,. - . .. J . '2 V9 fl fx X Q I 'H A Na , 1 2 4 . , 0 . l 'bi M il .G Q OI DIVISIO fy I if Ci J ! K ii! Z , 2 Vi S-vfigfi V fl ,J 1 N . I ,,,! Q, V x-C L V Wynn f X 0 ivy X tl, f P Aff if fs f f f -'F Z fy . 75 f if f 3 ,N wt xg he X ff! s f X7 X f , Z D 'mmf xg f Q, , . ., . wa- , .. , l?vWW W' Q' 5 gs 5 fi 4 ,i U'Q2i"' A A , Q ww" - 6 Aw, -i ' iiggrvzw ,X ff ,gf , 6142! X 1 nf. -Nw b 'i ,f C nf ff V 0 X ' wh! q sf P'-'X , N , fi: e s 4A , ff fs :X Vt fi, V Z Q f ,T ' fig' F N , f f N ,-5 4. , xr 'ii f fi ff? M 44 "1 QW, , HH, , X , QM,-if, f fy' if y 'Q 1 ' f ,, , 17,527 , f 5 f 7 f 7 All information gathered through the electronic equipment on the ship is sent to the Combat Information Center QCICJ. It is the job of OI Division to gather and analyze the information and make recommendations to the Officer of the Deck. Ol Division operates most of the ship's radars and keeps track of aircraft and all ships in the vicinity of New Orleans. When bad weather precludes visual navigation, OI provides the information that enables the ship to sail a safe course. 2: N, fMws1s,f?4'5,f, gif? wk. Z 9' 3 ,f, f, X t OSC D,A. Kelley OS1 J.J. Shlverdaker OS3 R. M. Williams fsfs fsgg f W5 1 f Q Z W f W 'Z f N, ff CS! Zh I X OS3 R . S. Lupo OS3 J A Chappell OSSN J .M. Goff OSSN M.C. Reynolds OSSN N. P. Kobrin SN D. Cobb OSSN G.W. Plomatos OSSN D.J. Green OSSA S.J. Rocha .fe-,,' 1'- J C, if!! ef ff' 4,3-...a .. ftfifl vi' ai. xx ,Z U 705 7 1,fH l T Ef 3f" 1?QX Q f x, ' A I I A !L r-- i ,urn -nu A Q-1,2-.-4... mv -massxmunv LL X . 1 .JJ Gill XID KW 1 Q ""' DIVISIO v-www-ff -'W v y 'C' SVS"-is "2 VC.WF':vxZ'Q'x' , if ' , ' few-rains -X fs Wfkw rfxfs- wary.: -:ow f Xfzff' Fw S it - 'Nast wxs- SX- .N .. N 4 s, x s ff 4- S, sf x,,s,s. as SQ ,I WI At .Isl SI , qs. ,B ,N a 5? I y u 1 X Q f f I N! p 1 X lx f f I3 t L Nw tea , k AGC T. J. Southworth AG1 A. Moreno PH2 G.M. Cline PH2 D.L. Volesky f 'I Nt? 1 Mx X ., , f 1 Q L ww f X f X fy K ,,.... W Af' I l M was W X aff, AG3 M.C. Walker AG3 D.K. Althaus AG3 P.G. Vadney PHAA J. E . Aff v 1 I If you want to know what the weather will be or have some photography need, the place to go is OA Division. The ships "weather guessersf' the Aerographers Mates, are the men who keep the ship informed on all weather developments. By using satellite pictures, weather balloons and other measuring devices, they accurately forecast the weather and predict the path of any storm. Thi? Photographers Mates are tasked with all Ph0tOgraphic needs of the ship and her embarked units. Whether it be photos from a helicopter, 21 dignitary's visit, crawling into a fuel tank f0l' DiCfl1fC5 of Possible corrosion or just a simple ID Card Photo, their job always requires courtesy, a smart appearance and professionalism. 68 f OC DIVISIGN Wav A02 R.A. Gray AC2 M.c. Jackman AC3 A.F. Livingston AC3 J.A. Garro ACAN K. H. McNeil W f Without the assistance of the air trafflC controllers of QC Division, no aircraft can liifjd safely on the New Orleans. Their job is to maintain positive control of all aircraft in the vicinity Of The ship. By using radar and radio equipment, air trafflC controllers talk to the pilots to land them quickly and safely on the deck of New Orleans. -Q fs 42, .L xx X , .N L4 '4 71 W DIVISION 8' L f ' I I ' I I I Qu x bi U fl t , f I Qi' 4 04 x X-' A in F V Ewa W- X 1 M' K mr N , l ARMED FORCES RADIO AND TELEVISIC .kvf hM A 0 No matter how far the New Orleans is from home, KN OR provides the crew and embarked units with information and entertainment nightly on closed circuit TV and radio. All of the latest music from home is played on KNOR radio by our volunteer disc jockeys. KNOR television shows everything, the latest baseball games to feature movies. Although far from home, KNGR brings a touch of the "States" to the New Qrleans. Ya ' i., Q 75 Q1 'f Gives The Crew Gur Gwn, KNCR X 7 , -f W4-f-":,,L,... -4:1 ,ii ' "H W K K ' ' " ' 'W' F 1 E 5 E 5 : 2 ! I : V: 5 F A ! 3 : F I C . a I . 5 i Y i : I CR DIVISICN 3 If 12" ,gl ..l x HM 'u xQ ' 2 Q g. .. :if l --- I xg H C 3 ,M W S B Q. gil K gy f X ' Q f G. iw ff X X if f f X X ww A 2'2" K of ' " , Q we is x C N 5 3 , X 5 X Tr., X f Z , A aff.. 'lf C47 v , w,,.,,m C 67 RMSN L. Allen, Jr. RMSN D. C. Sohoner RMSN S.D. Young RMSA D.A. Nihiser RMSA G. Shell, Jr. RMSA L. C. Lavake RMSA L.L. Posey RMSA N. C. Hughes RMSA M. L. Skaggs MQ A RM1 s. McNally RM1 L.D. Mills RM2 J. F. Howard RMS A. L. Walsh RM3 R.N. Childs RM3 E.D. Robinson RM3 N.O. Hayes RM3 D. G. Coxen RM3 J.M. Hines RMSN N. R. Tollefson A radio message sent to the New Orleans is received, filed and distributed by the men of CR Division. The message could be a top secret order or even the announcement of a new-born baby. Working 24 hours a day, CR Division personnel are ready to receive any message, regardless of the time or importance. JP' a 1 P Y 1 I i 5 I i I f I i ? ..-- i f I i I 1 w F 1 3 i Q 2 f f I 1 v A' P w-vu 82 f 1' Y S45 X .VV .7192 29612 .'f " . 'I -:Mi '1-32? -um' wr!! .'::fE:fA U , , gl 3 E e 4 r i 3 5: ff Y, Rh, Q28 -i.:'5 'SEQ V A --, . QQ f .fs ffl Q 1 f f 1 ,Ffi-'u ,fs 'fl' 7 1'1,fc-11' ':"::?1':'. , ,I 1 Q A ' ,qw:,:pj, Q "Q1:'1f"3 , YM,,.,., sw:-Eff-'2 , rm.fx.f. - , 'Wifi ' 'J 5, .1 'ff-'1 ff "Nu: fs-.Z-:K .mn g .Q 4- 4. . :ffprg vq:,y,g. Q ' , .W ,.,, t, 1,,,.M:, F., ,QW if - 1..XH:L.A..,-. -y?','C,g-,'. ' -My Jai 4,533 wr . , .,,,., 5 . 1 .ff::w3-yr: ' 'YSQPQF - W : :L-ang.-': . I2-swf ' ,QI ,g,R5:1-Q WE," 'fr f,rJm':1y : V U ,-:WE - 4,1451-'Sf PBQHIZ' . ' . :lm-NAV 1,5 ,Ji-3531 1 ifgggqvf . WF, .,.. 4,-.- I'f1S?is:r 7 43vlqLa:,"x 142522 N. 1 7""1r' ' i57q1E','f . 'g3.v?'q:'xg - .,.,.,. L cm:-u?'L"., . Ijlljfai' Iqtygagg. '. X . , Sim' 5.327951 , ,L-71161522 , 1 -gi' Q, i r15'Q:,.'. - r::gfgt-'v- " f 6 - .14 :Lx ,:3f?t:':k fi5A5?i' wigs: iii' , f":r1.1 . ., L X , Q.?55,E, -- A ,:r -5 5 Jfilfici ' - Mm., wil: . .- 71 :- x f, W5 , . . , L. .. .... -... ..... W. ..... .-.........., , ,, s 2: Y 4 e E r 5 5 V X . . , 4 1 bn-X . s gl gy, W f KW! Wx 7 , fw 'u ff rf. . , Eff ,MW I 'MN vi '. 'X 5. 'Wrzi .Ki ,f I -uf 4,-. f 44,5 If '?3.a4s?' Ee' .5 , 88 71, .j,. ,V Wmfa f mg ,ug mm Sa vig. L wx QM? W ' fi N Z"" AXX X Z- 1 ff fx W1 N' A 0 n 1. xg ,X NX ,g G, I . wi I P L I Z6 M ii 'Y r. liking!! , i in : LL-QQ A Q B ,,,.-X, , if , . .K t 'rf A ' if 'FR 1' ,L , ai' at Q ' i .. gl I, ff X -Sv: 4 ' - :T-I if 7 "ff X x X Q X I mil V 'Hg'-gk X Y , 1 mc x xl Eff 4 5.5 ,,, V V E l I I I l l ! i 5 5 5 90 Fox Division's job used to be just a big BANG, but now they've added a WI-IOCSHHI Fox Division is in charge of the ship's main armament of 3 inch guns and the new surface-to-air missle system. These men operate the ship's fire control system and maintain the ship's armory plus all small arms. 7, It Q tsi N., Y S5 GMG1 D. R. Odom AO1 C. Charvez GMG2 B.J. Mitchell GMG2 G. L. Tucker FTG2 D.M. McCrea1'y A03 E J Lyons FTG3 D G Miller FTG3 M.J. Seyfer GMG3 J .H. Cavanaugh GMG3 H. D. Korngiebel 64 7 7 Z Z x, U fm R! file A -l Wf X V 4 L . .,...A. A 7 -. .. . .. , ,- Q..,..,...-R.---M-- ---f Y-0 -A'----- HW W'-" ' men, Wen., Y Rum N New 1 r Y V-I DIVISIGN i Lennon 4 Y wi, ' 3 'L ui! ss 'Q ABH2 T.L. Young ABH3 D.R. Fuchs ABH3 C. Perry ABH3 G.R. Cochrain ABH3 L.A. Bodin ABH3 H. Barraza ABH3 R.W. Glomb ABH3 R.V. Long ABH3 W. H. Credit AN K. L. Weimer , 1 . 'nliur li Ni 'WH' F' f " 11 'I f x 6 - The men of V-l Division are the crew- members who launch and recover aircraft while also seeing that helicopters are safely moved about the flight deck. The Crash and Salvage Crew is also part of V-l. They are required to be ready at a moments notice to combat all fires on the flight deck and move damaged aircraft. V-l Division sees to it that New Orleans always has a "green" deck. 9 AN N.D. Fernandez AN R. Murphy AN H.D. Roberson AN L.J. Hines 'x ,. W f V .ffflfg 'fn r-M5 W. ,mf I in 'l 7 AA A.D. Yell AA J.M. Day AA R, L. Gorton AA J, L. Slaughter kilii -S 'X AA G. Cunningham AA D. Freytes AA W.D. McKi.nzie AA P.M. Cranston V-3 DIVISIO Mm V cv 'cf 1 1 q f , , . W f ff 7 ,nn ' L' al? 4 cffl 2 f 4 , gf f fr ,iff xigw 'CQ' fl' if ABCM J. Schulman ABH2 D.A. Alexander ABH3 D.J . Berkowitz ABH3 J.C. Graves AN T. E. Caraway AN D.L. Gates AN R.R. Rangel AN D. M. Walton AN W.J. Orr AA E. Robles AA D.E. Pouncey AA L.J. Spencer NET? V-3 Division's work is on the hangar deck. They aid flight deck operations by handling the aircraft on the hangar deck and elevators. They ensure that all forklifts, yellow equipment and helicopters are securely tied down between flight operations. i ! 4 1 1 I I Q 4 is I 'I I 1 H r I L 5 E P I J 2 I w 4 1 vl 1 1 . M! WZ fi X if f W f X ,J X 98 , ,....-.Ah -.I gl ifx5U'V ski 'C TIM ,"' ' V ,La K 'V . K A an 47 , ' flu ,,,, , , ,,, , .X 1, . A .A ,....lr. Y V 1 fi" txupn ij: ,kj ' w igw WX? W 4 ,CN Qffi ' f V, "v-'l"-- ...,W.W,f,.,m,....-M,..., Mwww . H Kli Ja, . "Wx ,ff U x ,f XI,r,f".j',,Wq , -. f ff' 'N 'WW N , ' ' ', -5,5?5V-ew W, I, f-:Q 43' r,....L-. , , x ?.w ABFC J Wyatt ABF1 D. Hines ABF3 O Borello ABF3 R Barlett ABF3 R. Borrego ABF3 G.S. Sjostrom ABF3 J.R. Luckie' AN R.A. Cadel AN R. L. Navenburg V-4 Division keeps them flying, helicopters that is, by keeping them properly fueled. They are in charge of all aircraft refuelings and also maintain a fuel laboratory to test for'fuCl impurities. They are responsible for maintaining the entire aircraft fueling system from the pump rooms to the flight. 41. 'Nw L as X xg. - ' . Lg. snsusq 1 7 ,- Q., '- X. X. , f X X , X X .,.,t nA. xx, .M 7' X W 'Q- ..,,-f- Ri A , q , , 63411 O Q Bar, W I el E H Y 'leg 'ml 5 R F mi: in -fp . AN M.T. Fitzsimmons AN T. Major AA C. S. Holtby AA R. E. Mittucka AA L.P. Lane as , . R I 5 'ki XN ,Y -V , ,ig x by J 5 'gc W X My f ,H ,, , N X 4124 VE? iwfrvfw N f QCJ MQW? f AIMD 2nd LT D L Kolek ui W w Y AFCM C E Callahan AZC J E Stegal AMSC R O Stlckney ATC C L Roberts 'REEL NG' 'Qin XX ASC R E Pouhn Q2 ADR1 R J Junda Y' SSg't L E Doo11ng AT1 J W Guthrle SSg't S B W1stock 'WHL 'lim H 1 1 pn' X X ,jf L A-gk AEI L A Keel Sgt J W Toy , S AT2 J F D1SkO MQ +5 sgw L Chnsty ADJ2 K E Shawver f 4781. y J V36 Sf I' 'WP-nn ,f ff Q 1 if Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance is what AIMD stands for. These men perform all the maintenance on "Cajun", the ship's helicopter. When helicopter squadrons are on board they do the in depth maintenance that is required. AIMD shops build, test and repair aircraft jet engines, and at times, even repair flat tires. 6 st- ADJ2 S.C. Cadek Sgt H.J . Warren ASH2 D. E. Howard Sgt C. D. Spatts Cp1 M.G. McKinney V iv "Hi 11 tx 4 ,T , 5 Cpl E. Cooley 1- ' AMS3 W.R. Costa Cpl T.P. Moroz X Cpl J. S. Miller ETN3 R.E. Balz V L Q f X l , fxf nc , J so try' 5, 9 . AT3 T.M. Norton Cp1R.A. Cosmo AMH3 G.H. Newport ADJ3 C.E. Rall n . ' AMS3 L.W. Harpestad 4' V N., Q' Akita' V' lf Z f V QI WM, .-,,, W V-H ' egg... - f ny, 5 N 41 K2 5 ' if I, Y! 1 inf .5 A ff Q , gf.. Z, M. 106 QL M is 1 as r 3' f 5 -1 ff' ms.. 4 , . V F. A, " ,XX wffgg, ' on J.,"Wk 5 if., N F YY sf 52.0 A x fx 1 X as f W X Z X N X X qs NWI , I .N P, i 9 5 XZ f X 'wf Q ms '7. ff I I f . M ff -:!,'fi f WA A Vey in x .St . ...WZ AT3 D.E. Brown Cpl B.J. Arnold ADJ3 A. B. Davis AN J. F. Kraska LCp1M.S. Ayle 5: . . I 1 ,' F , A ' J VV- , 2 K. ln W ? . LCp1G.W. Carey ADJAN R. L. Fincher LCp1R.E. Owens LCp1 R. T. Edwards ASMAN M. L. Perry AN H.A. Brown LCp1 G.M. Apa AMI-IAA M. K. Moritz AMSAA P. M. Rivera AA J .R. Graham nf' 1 q 4 vw M519 pu E ,vxw Y K, 4, ,Q f,. 3 , 1 f xll s i 5 5 ww ff F tg ui I H' V i , f 4 , , , 5 fy f ,, 5, , ., ,,,, , WMM f A Wwwwiiwz , f a abfqgfg 7 X , ,g MQW a.4.mW,- . .Moi zx ls f, K 3 f 1 CAJU CREW YN , x ff' I x X Q" 1 'X 'x .. -,. ETERNAL F THER, STRO G T0 SAVE Eternal Whose arm Who biddest Its own O hear us For those all who And keep them by From every peril in Wfffx 1 ft f K., HW Sea RELIGIOUS SERVICES -can 'Q T' T Y 1 Religious Services are a weekly occurrence on New Orleans while underway. Chaplain Trent conducts Protestant worship, while Roman Catholic services are conducted by Lt. Barnett, a qualified Lay Leader. Besides the weekly services, New Qrleans has many other religious activities which include informal prayer meetings, discussion groups and singing sessions. Y..-..... -.... -- -NWN. wx. M I 4. ,. " -- 'f'f':i'L'f,?8i' vifivfwf. , - '."f:1"" ' , UMM- Q 0 , k Y ., , . , ,, N., ..,,-,.,.... .--,.-,,... -.,-,.Y...-....-......,..-...v..--........-.-....i -H k - -Y u -V - 1 wi ll-x X f Ev 17 I! f X Q ff? .X J fx .52 23 fig.. x KQV x , iw. ' 554 E Z ff . f X A J f ,VP , , ui! S Agfa 151 .I U T l ! any When someone mentions Medical Department usually the thought of a shot line enters one's mind, often forgetting the complex tasks the Hospital Corpsman performs. From treatment of the common cold to major surgery may be solved within the limits of H Division. The Doctors and Corpsmen are trained with today's most modern equipment and are standing by 24 hours a day to provide expert medical attention for the crew as well as embarked units. Wy!! XS i ls' X R -1 3 5 7 fX Although D Division is the smallest on New Orleans, they solve many a large tooth problem. The Dental Technicians help each one of us receive the best of dental care by making sure we have annual check ups, a cavity is filled properly or informing us that we have a decayed tooth which must be extracted. Whatever dental problem you may have, the Dentist and his staff of DT's are highly trained with the most up to date sophisticated equipment to fulfill your specific needs. d Lf x -.M - -:W-H - S-I DIVISIO A J Jl " 1 V wr 2 I 5' ,. J 'I' UTI SKC E.D. Villarba SK1 C. Rutland SK2 H.A. Bretzke SK3 B.T. Houp H K .1 7757 M2 -f 11 lg Y ' ee Nl I ian .g. L 4 xl N35 J in, f Q 1, ' 4 Q .X Z 6? SK3 D. L. Hemphill SK3 R.G. Wheeler SKSN J .R. Southward SKSN D.W. Umpleby SN J. L. Urban SKSA L.B. Hunt SKSA J.M. St. John uf? A-and . 1 - vm! S-l Division has the job of receiving, processing and distributing the stores aboard New Orleans. The supply office is manned by the Storekeepers who maintain records, purchase vouchers, 1348 requisitions and serv- mart chits. They also stock their storerooms with such items as cleaning gear, electronic parts, office supplies and high priority items. They make sure there is always a constant "ready issue" of necessary supplies to keep New Orleans work centers operating. f 9 S-2 DIVISIO fi r ' ,2 fl a 'ugh' W rglgf css B.c. Gard S V l CS3 L.M. Jones p J i X SN R.S. Richter 2 wif- X mm 4 4 f D -U- 4 2, i , : xf ' ,A g '1"7""1, TT?",g,f,1,9',,3f, , V f W-,Z N, v I 'I fn , i ' LQ I . ,FW W batik' A SN C.H. Pratt SN F.A. Newby S X a f SN J.1vr. McAllister CSSA R.D. Satterwhite Sh xml- N, "7 ,f 3? 'z . ,f S-2 Division's Commissarymen play an important role in keeping the crew, CPO's and embarked units well fed aboard New Orleans. Working long hours, the cooks always plan for a well balanced diet consisting of a wide variety of food and a choice of what they eat. 1 mn 935- Q? N-.., 1 1 l I 1 l . 1 1 l 1 1 1 " f' Q f f f 2 , -sf, f 3 Maggy W ,f N i . 1 bww! 4 sf W 1 l "mf Y P -wi, wg . 4 "V 'lawn' 5 1 A 1 gian- 12' ru X Nw X 4 f M I ,A 4 V Z E 4,1 4 X x 7 f, Z ff X db' 1 , f ff f if jg yo i l? , 11 - -1,. Q5 Y 'Q' A L QV 4 I S-3 Division personnel are responsible for 1 , operating and maintaining the ship's store, soda ill 111 fountain, laundry, barber shop, clothing and small stores and the sales office. The Ship's 1 Servicemen serve as morale builders by 11 1 supplying the crew and embarked units with the 1 1 conveniences that make shipboard life a little F more comfortable. l 1 ll fi 11. 'El ,. il l . i 1, .1 I Z1 SHC C. L. Bell SH1 R.A. Hiles SH2 R. B. Burns SH2 H.Q. Anton SH2 L.G. Rinehart SH3 R.C. McLane SH3 L.T. Mayfield SH3 J. L. Patterson SH3 E.G. Kirksey SN C. L. Harvey .. .wmv 9 X. 1 fi, , 1 1, 1 Q1 ill l1 l l 1 Q , ,M W , yy yy W Q 1 w e N 1 Z 5 .. 1 I 1'- 'r IH. 47 n msn 1 11,4 SW, " ?5f:'.W4.wf., ,ff -W. , f-W'-ffyv f I Q Sy ft , QQMW ,357 Y ,J 1 S li? m'giufA Z QQ ,fi 29" ',J""",,,,,,'f!g. i , x V f 1 uh ., V 5 4 1' W!-WWW yxf, X,! 1 x S ,Q Sf ' 1 f ? 1 G +-days. ff' i 'c .eff if , :C U "f""fN1 2' X- ,fa qw X, ,4 N X I - A79 ,fy is .' fwv X. M . Qy W an A. QS WN I Nw. . ,, I W, , XX Q? X ,y b If is SMX ,Q ' Qi' 4 , f S 4 V 'X ' E, ,f 4 X N I f K ky f 7, ' l 1 . X SN D. E. Amber SN W.H. Hartwell SN H. Smith SN M.A. Miller SN W.W. Johnson AA M.E. Philbrook SA S.J. Lambrecht SA T.E. Pierce SA T.W. Facha ,W 44v,x. X W f, ,f u ,awww , iv f 4 M nf-2-fn' I W V9 ,f ff, Q Z ,A f f jg? ' -1 Z cw f f Z W f X W , , X , Q fi I f w ef QQ Y, 3 E3 T K S Q Tw ' L :fx , - ' an S-4 DIVISIO N ffl. s 5' X f ......,,, Q15 .. DK3 J. B. Dagdayan DK3 R.L. Summers DK3 E.D. Joseph S-4 Division provides a joyous occasion aboard New Orleans once every two weeks when a voice over the IMC announces, "Commence Pay Day." The personnel responsible are the Disbursing Clerks. Not only do they pay the crew, but also take care of allotments, savings bonds, pay records, public vouchers and transportation requests. Their objective is to better serve the crew. if--.,.,, iff! 7, . X, ' L .Z N1 S-5 DIVISIO 1 MMM ., X. Wtt.Z,,5,R,,t , ww :K I , fin, af' ff -2 .ami 4 I f F! ff 7 -, I .f x if f, 4 if S, Z.-5 I N , Q . ZX sa .S , f Z Q i s? . 4 , I if W 1' S84 x I A' at t sf-1 -M S ,e .: X X. Wg Zw f7 N! if m V 1 f 'Www xi Q f Q f 2 ff' 1, Q, , .Q ""'fr., Y ,251-A if ' , 1? i y, V' Qi! Arg, .1 X A A . fr f x XR if ,pa , A vs , X , , , f f ,c xfZWW'W ,M ?4f as 7 X Zs X Q7 fm Z V W ZX A N ,. 4 f x , ,J s, l I '-W. Q M sr 'X ., 2, ,gut ,. , N X sn! x.!K,Qx,f4M, Y f F1 K ' X 0 f 4 1 fl E6 ' "Aim gg "'i'G?'A'- f A 7 "ws, wi X r Q Nic f X ! 1 X ZX ff ,ZF I.. ,V A h QA ' 'aw X, X , 1- Vx f V .ws-1, 1 H I , f L A ZS7 A N j W ,, W f, 4 if f 7 y fs 1 f, ,y Q ' ' fl ,-is ZW J X cf 221, X7 9 N I 9' ..,.. , 'I N1 .gif I . X ,st ,f ,rh : f . L Q N! f X5 M-r 4 fi , W, 9 .nv , iii X f ,1 af-as, L X ff?-Ml. SDC R. SD1 A.M. SD2 T.C. SD2 A.O. SD2 D.R. Hernandez Dele on Vinluan Laxarnana Poblete 'Y K I SD2 D.C. Tuazon SD3 A. E. Eborda SD3 D. Baladad SD3 T.D. Balmeo ,f ' PC 'li W, SD3 E.R. Baluca ' Z ,sl . SDSN J .G. Fe11pe , , A R - Agfa SDSN A.V. D1zon A f 'K SDSN J.C. Esconde l zi SDSN R.M. Escorpizo -we, 7 SDSN E. P. Martm Mfg QW, ' SDSNW.R. Breager 4 E I I 1 ,...-Pr W. WMV? ..................,i If Q-ffl J' A' Vx i 5 V .e KX 551 SDSN E.L. Handy SDSA M.D. Salizzoni S-5 Division personnel are responsible for serving the ccommissioned officers of New Orleans. The SteWard's daily routine includes preparing delicious meals and maintaining a high level of cleanliness in the wardroom and spaces of Officers' Country. 1 127 f f :Q " ' , 'J' s 'ID UM, ,N Nw, , ,,,, NX x' ' w., , if ,, ff, , ,f W, , l , y X QMWMV Z V ' www, vw W NZ v.. S-6 DIVISIO ist' L , .4 ,s V , 1' ff , 299 V l Qs X R f A 2 ay f Q N 3 X sf X Q s 7 X A X X X f A A t Kb 2 'rj f 'Y' .W 'A if 4 4 'id 'RN vi 45:2 Q ' 1. S W4 , . , L, 7 4 '4 X W I f nn f' Q? . fe X ' , f 3 f X M, V AKC J.J. U1-ban Q AK2 B.R. Apostol AK2 R.D. Abayon AK2 E.D. De Los Reyes AK3 H.C. Marvels AKAN J .W. McGerig1e AKAN A.Q. Harps S-6 Division's Aviation Storekeepers provide supply support for embarked helicopter squadrons and the ship's AIMD. The AK's keep Ml track of more than 15,000 different line items, including everything from nuts and bolts to 8,000 pound rotor heads. They issue and stow V 9 all aviation supplies used on New Orleans. ,qui 'w,,gaWM0 ,,1mnlll"' ,pm ,,gnn""" ,Mori mm, ,.,wrn, ,www wm,"""""' gmwff' 1 fe 1 ' Q, XS ff' gwf , ,f- K - ff , W ff i - ,c ' ' J ff v . , M W gy f I 'mhz , Ng DIVISIO iv, 'E 5 lv .W 5 ss DP1 J. E. Bunyan DP2 R.J. Miller DS2 A.A. Aguilar DS3 C.E. Bailey t g.: Q gg , , "Wise 1 f tw Y. W V F ' 7 I CQ I' - YW' DS3 D. C. Winkle DPSN D. L. Reinhard DPSA R. K. Shipman DPSA D.J. Burmeister 7 The Data Processing Technicians and Data Systems Technicians of S-7 are the crew- members who provide data processing support for the ship. lt is their job to see that all of New Orleans' computer systems are in good working order. S-7 must constantly add new information to their program tapes to keep track of all supply parts and personnel data. The ship's 3M program is computerized and S-7 insures that all inputs are promptly processed and all information is kept up to date. IUICO .M ,.,-ff' . , Q -Q--Ni Part of the mission of the New Orleans is to promote goodwill between our country and our allies. ln every port, visitors are provided the opportunity to tour the ship. During this cruise, New Orleans was visited often by dignitaries and the local populace. Several thousand visitors came aboard to tour in Manila, and while in Singapore over 100 members of the Singapore Armed Forces toured New Orleans and witnessed several formal displays on the flight deck and hangar deck. ln Tsoying and Keelung, Taiwan, the Commandants of the Chinese Marine Corps and military Police toured the ship as well as an inspection visit by Vice Admiral Salzer, Commander Amphibious Forces, U.S. Pacific Fleet. New Orleans is always ready and eager to receive visitors. fr 133 .5 . , L, " f wf fi Wx H V. .f,.,,, i Q . 1-f lb V , ,,:.1 .- A N- 1 I .1 5 I fa J L, . ,X ,ii 3. 251 X5- . 4 2 ig. - Lf. 'Q ,V 1. .af I . :fr- X s Q f I? xp . ,. 4. ,,f-- A DIVISICN ,f 4 fl W i if f MMC F.R. Ripley Y A I, ' EN1 R.W. spencer MM1 J. Zettelmier EN2 F.T. Roberts sw . V -me M 'WZ' msn, , t 'g ' xx W. in 4 V Ishii! 1 ll :Haut H I "Qty w wafmly Y i . . lx si MM2 T E GI'1111Ot EN2 R. F. Armstrong EN3 A.E. McCasland EN3 B T Devino EN3 R.D. Srruth f ENFN K.N. Horne MMFN M.W. Delaney ENFN D.W. Coyne ENFN C. L. Page MRFA M. E. Faux MMFA R. H. Kasubuchi ENFA C.M. Pritchard The Machinist's Mates and Enginemen of A Division keep the ship cool and comfortable. They do all the work on the air conditioning units which are so important for the crew's comfort and the efficient operation of our electronic equipment. A Division is also responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of all refrigeration and hydraulic equipment. i , vs? . W at ,,i,i I., , ,S ' - ' Qi ' K J we lips 5 is V gmt 1 ' ,pil I y W fu J I , f,,f4rx. f X 5 W u O W y y f .puffy X ff W , K jf" X M 1 K RAS 05 3 . ffiff xf? wil yd X f 1 2' xv 1 :MA M .ff V ,, 1 'vw fe nge? 5 , , 2 - ,Ny Q Wwvg My , ' XA? f Xwxlx N? N 5y'xw4 -5 ff c, ' fa x V 6 J, I- V gf, f fs unn- ,,?,,.,,...,,,..,-.:...,,, , .. , i'!9illIll JJN r 45 I Afyf r i N w 2 i W w w 1 1m B DIVISIO , urt 2 2? J W f W 5 Q 'Uma H. f Z W fs ff W2 W f I la W , 'xx r .5 s ip fe., If Y' HM tv ef i Y, B Division supplies the go-power for the New Orleans. Their job is to operate and maintain the ship's boilers and fireroom equipment. The steam that the boilers make drives the ship through the water and is the primary source of all power used on the ship. It is B Division that did away with the need for sails. " of 'fe Ri Q4 ai BTCS J. B. Baze BTC J .A. McManamay BT1 M. U. Rump BT2 M. L. Maser BT2 W.R. Taylor BT3 P. Phillips BT3 C.E. McC1e11and BT3 C.D. Lapp BT3 L.A. Stilwill BT3 R.E. Szefler Ci 15' Y"Y A f','1'gW!1bf 1 .fir 1241- ' 4 W ,QL ,.- Q. o' ' 'avg K 4' mhm' Q4 ff f - ff -, WW - ww'-'ff , X fa qv v- M. X w Q ff V gg -'W g f . .Q 2 f X N J - ev, .. . wg X, 1, ,N ? I 14: V V 3 WN C ' -. N. wb N 2 f Sfkfgy Wx , 'V R I Xxx I . Q' I 0 f " , ff ,,iLi,M' K X' ,f w X ' X , J . X X 1 W, , Qgswdv 't 47 BT3 K.A. Kidwell BTFN R. S. Watts BTFN C.W. McClain FN D.P. Mattocks ' C' ff 'KT f R Mx X X :S efba ,MW f J WI XM ff If BTFN J . P. Brostowitz BTFN J. E. Chenevey BTFN J. C. Cribari BTFN G.A. Johnson sf 'rf N ,Y XZZM ff! 1, 0 f X BTFN J.J. Voit BTFA R. F. Michalowski BTFA E.R. Tapia BTFA J . E. Smyth K V E 4, , fx jx J 2 ? 3 if if ,J , I , i a-7? f Z2 X .gy ff? lgflc , ff f Z 'Wu E DIVISION y s ww, 'Hawaii Y My E IC1 J. L. Pytlak EM1 G. L. Burbridge EM1 J.D. Stacy EM2 I.A. Samilin EM2 A.A. Kayayutan EM2 R.B. Canfield EM2 W.E. Sanchez IC3 T.G. Conrad EM3 M.W. King IC3 B.L. Sohilliger Electrician's Mates and Interior Communications Electricians make up E Division. All of the ship's lighting and electrical machinery is maintained by E Division. The ship's telephone system and loudspeaker equipment are serviced by the IC gang. E Division inspects and insures that all electrical equipment is safe to use. .,fW,..M.- wwe, IC3 J. L. Harrison EM3 A. C. Malasa EMFN D.J. Higdon ICFN S.S. Shannon FN M.S. Richter FN K. L. Lewis ICFA E.M. Gonzales EMFA J .R. Spatholt EMFA R. Dennis EMFA S. L. Twete , 1 I il M if I l vi, iw I W H if t if I lim i l y. li lr M DIVI IO 5 - W' 1 ' f s X X X f f X , V f X f W ' si 'ear sf . , f , G f 'iff V7 ,I "fini F ,, 5 'wlui , f 2' f 'P' " NZ ' f fs f b f 1 X K1 f W 4 . , ff , 1 ssyw, 5, f Z . " uf 'TSW W .if ll M Division is tasked with the operation of MJIMKQX 'H' 4 1 ' 2 muwmwfW,.f.n.f,f, .-,,, MMCS E. Kindred MMC R.J. Mersino MM1 R.C. Bishop MM3 T.N. Parmenter MM3 C.D. Morgan MM3 E B Warren MM3 G.M, Olkowskl MMFN J A Croke MMFN W.D. Benolt MMFN R R Rames FN A.E. Grlmm FN G,E. Wentworth MMFN L.W. Dewey MMFN W.E. Sunderlin MMFA B.W. Podgorski FA B.W. Vineyard FR H.J. Larson the ship's main propulsion system. Often working in temperatures of 120 degrees, the Machinist's Mates keep the New Orleans' 23,000 horsepower main engine turning. Working closely with the BT's, M Division supplies fresh water for the crew and feed water for the boilers. i Q5 'x .Y, N. Tx it 31 M1 35 I -I 7 51 .fx 4 X g ln-..., f XKX ,l ,, If f X 044 f ,f f M ,z .ff J, f ,,"7? X ff : , S fc2ff 0 Xxx f','x.! ff! F ,, ,Sf fl, " A fnwfbf AQ. Xin ,X S X www f X H i x.X . 52N X .Qi ., 'E , N . x 'fx -vw f 1 W- lf? 'ya J 'f ,t R34 X 3 W N M 1' 1 G . , , A 'W""'h-. .v-'fx' 44: rj' 5,85 f E Z I 146 N R DIVISIO SZ Q! ,md ' 11 A Wim HTC L.M. Jackson HT1 R.L. Tetley HT2 L.J. Pfau HT2 D.O. Ellison HT3 R. Jensen iii HT3 D. Tadych HT3 D.K. Seyfer HT3 D.R. Thomas HT3 C.R. Cress HT3 R.L. Dull ' kill zsgf la! 3 f 4 e 4 HT3 K.E. Ferguson HT3 W. R. Vanskiver HTFN K. B. Mead HTFN J. D. Powers HTFN L.D. Mejia 'gn hu., ia HTFN R.A. Trevallee HTFA S. F. Willison HTFA D.E. Williams HTFA R.R. Cordova FA R.M. 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