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www' 89801 I mg, Commanding f ficev' Commander Delpercio received his commission in May 1959 upon completion of Officer Candidate School in Newport, Rhode Island. A native of Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey, he graduated from Wagner College on Staten Island in New York prior to entering the Navy. His first tour of duty was on board USS NESPELEN CAOG-551 as First Lieutenant and Gunnery Officer. He subsequently became Executive Officer of that unit before his detachment in March 1962. Upon graduation from U. S. Naval Destroyer School, Newport, Rhode Island, he was ordered to duty as Opera- tions Officer aboard USS WILLIAM C. LAWE CDD-763D. His first shore duty began in 1964 when he attended Defense Intelligence School, Washington, D. C., followed by a tour as an analyst at U. S. Naval Scientific and Technical Intelligence Center in Washington, D. C. From there, he joined the U. S. Military Assistance Command, Vietnam as Current Intelligence Analyst for the IV Corps Area. Returning to sea duty in June 1968, he served as Executive Officer on board USS NEW CDD-8185. Upon detach- ment from USS NEW, Commander Delpercio assumed command of USS TOM GREEN COUNTY CLst-ll59l in July 1970. . In February 1972, Commander Delpercio was assigned to the staff of Commander in Chief, U. S. Atlantic Fleet HS Amphibious, Service Force and Mine Force Operations and Scheduling Officer. He returned to sea duty in june, 1975, -taking command of USS NEWPORT CLST-11795. He is married to the former Miss Barbara Littlejohn of Plainfield, New jersey. They have three children. Executive f ficer Lieutenant Commander Byers graduated from Penn State University in 1967 and received his commission through the NROTC program. He attended a six month CICXASAC School before reporting to the USS INGRAHAM CDD-6945, where he served as CIC Officer until August of 1964. LCDR Byers then attended Destroyer School in Newport, Rhode Island, and upon graduation in February of 1965, served as Operations Officer on the USS K. D. BAILEY CDDR-7135. After a course of instruction at Computer Programming School in Washington, D. C., LCDR Byers served as ADP Plans Officer for CINCPAC in Hawaii for three years. In July, 1970, he moved back to the East Coast to serve as the first Communications Officer on the USS MT WHITNEY CLCC-205. LCDR Byers moved back to Washington in November, 1972 and served as ADP Plans Officer for the Defense Communications Agency intil reporting to NEWPORT as Executive Officer in January, 1976. LCDR Byers holds a Master's Degree in Public Administration from George Washington University, and has been selected for Commander. USS NEWPORT LSTa " 1179 The Slfwlpis' Crest SHIELD. Element from the Great Seal of the State of Rhode Island. TOWER. One of the oldest structures in the United States, this tower is located in the city of Newport and is represented on the City Crest. WAVES Ccenter dividing linej. Heraldic symbol of the sea. THREE STARS. USS NEWPORT CISST-11793 is the third ship of the fleet to bear the name NEWPORT. RED AND GOLD PINEAPPLE. From the Seal of Newport County. ANCHOR. This traditional symbol of ships and seafaring men is found on the Rhode Island State Flag. " 'M 4' " r-"' N""" " " "W ' " " " -- W' ---M W'--A '-x---Y.Ywg-...,-1-f-sN.,s..,.-.m'--c......,r...,.,.,. .-.. ,,.,-.-., . tinemry 7 June. . . .................................. Underway from Little Creek, Virginia 8 June ..... . . .Embarked USMC Elements of BLT 3X2 and LSU 32 in Morehead City, North Carolina Underway for Rota, Spain 18 - 20 june. . . ........... Inport Rota, Spain for Inchop Inspection and Briefings 21 - 22 June ..... ............... T urnaway Landing Exercise at Carboneras, Spain 26 June - 20 July. . . .... At Anchor at Kithira, Anchorage for Lebanon Contingency Operations 27 July ........ .......... I n Standby Position 10 Miles off Coast of Beirut, Lebanon While USS CORONADO CLPD-113 Embarks Evacuees 29 - 30 July ....... .................. A t Anchor in Souda Bay, Crete 31 July - 13 August ,,,, ................. L iberty Call!! Taormina, Sicily 15 - 22 August ,,,,,,,, . . .Amphibious Landing Exercise at Vatika Bay, Greece 24 August - 10 September. . . ................ ' ....... Inport Naples, Italy 13 - 22 September ....... .................. I nport Villefranche, France 23 - 25 September ..... ........................ I nport Naples, Italy 26 - 27 September ....... ..... R ehearsal Landing Exercise, Capo Teulada, Sardinia 30 September - 2 October. . . ........................................... Inport Rota, Spain 3 - 8 October .......... ................. W ar at Sea Phase of NATO Exercise Display Determination 8 - 12 October ........ . . .Amphibious Assault Phase of Exercise Display Determination-Pian de Spille, Italy 13 - 20 October ...... .......................................... I nport Naples, Italy 22 - 28 October ....... . . . . .Amphibious Landing Exercise at Vatika Bay, Greece 30 October - 8 November. . ................... Inport Civitavecchia, Italy 10 - 18 November ...... .......' ......... I n port Barcelona, Spain 20 - 28 November ..... . . .Inport Rota, Spain for De-Snail and Outchop 10 Ueflembcr. . - ............ Arrive Little Creek, Virginia 3 ,Q ,A,.,.. V Soviet AGI stops in for fuel M"m'm Good! Q34 , X , I OK, You asked for it. Soviet KASHIN Class DDG joins the fun in the sun at Kithira ia- . Z . . af A 3 'QV Amphib Task forces meet at sunriv Kithira for Turnover. A nice place to visit, but... 39? I Am the atzon 1,512 of J uly fm Kztlzzm I was born on July 4 1776 and the Declaration of Independence is my birth certificate 'lhe bloodline of the world runs in my veins because I offered freedom to the op pressed I am many things and many people I am the Na tion I am 200 million people living souls and the ghosts of millions who have lived and died for me I am Nathan Hale and Paul Revere I stood at Lex ington and fired the shot heard around the world I am Washington Jefferson and Patrick Henry I am John Paul Jones the Green Mountain Boys and Davy Crockett I am Lee and Grant and Abe Lincoln I remember the Alamo the Maine and Pearl Harbor When Freedom called I answered and stayed until it was over over there I left my heroic dead in Flanders Fields on the Rock of Corregidor and the Black steppes of Korea I am the Brooklyn Bridge the wheat lands of Kansas the granite hills of Vermont the potato fields of Wisconsin I am the coalfields of the Virginias and Pennsylvania the fer tile lands of the Mid west The Golden Gate and the Grand Canyon I am Independence Hall the Monitor and the Merrimac I am big' I sprawl from the Atlantic to the Pacific three million square miles throbbing with industry I am more than five million farms I am forest field mountain desert I am quiet villages and cities that never sleep You can look at me and see Ben Franklin walking down the streets of Philadelphia with his breadloaf under his arm You can see Betsy Ross with her needle You can see the lights of Christmas and hear the strains of Auld Lang Syne as the calendar turns I am Babe Ruth and the World Series I am 169 000 schools and colleges and 250 000 churches where my people worship God as they like best I am a ballot dropping in a box the roar of a crowd at the stadium and the voice of a choir in a cathedral I am an editorial in a newspaper and a letter to a congressman I am Eli Whitney and Stephen Foster I am Thomas Edison Albert Einstein and Billy Graham. I am Horace Greeley Will Rogers and the Wright Brothers. I am George Washington Larver Daniel Webster and Jonas Salk. I am Longfellow Harriet Beecher Stowe Walt Whit- man and Tom Paine. I am Phillip Brooks Billy Sunday and Bishop Quayle, Yes I am the Nation and these are the things I am. I was conceived in Freedom and God willing in Freedom I will spend the rest of my days. May I possess always the integrity the courage and the strength to keep myself unshackled to remain a citadel of freedom ard a beacon of hope to the world. This is my wish my goal and my prayer on this my birthday two-hundred years after I was born, ' Author Unknoun K- 1 K ,, an Officer's Call. Q.--.M flat . NEWPORT in ruins hw-4, 547 259 Q2 sf is The NEWPORT's Med basketball team and trophies won. , . V .,, r vs Q44 ' - i .f S 4 . Buying gifts W, - Q Y , gn 'Nm Z Abu.. "wav-' OH! Thar first beer. View of Messina from hillside. 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"L-gQi"3 , Vx . . r S eabees Q ' 3 L 'YI nf- Q 1. P ' " Y A if X X V f e x E? HY M g' 0 'f 1 Q 5 x , ENS G. Carver BMC H. Scott Officer In Charge BM1 A. Wood CM2 J. Bradley UT3 R. Henderson SA I. Garrett SA C. Godfrey A S S. ea- .Mfr P ' , ' S " W' ' ontoon Causeways beached at Varrka Bay. 31325505 can do! QL-RJ SWCN Terry, SN Godfrey, CM2 Bradley, and LTJG sy: J . rim. 4... -...tq..1.-- 4- BMC Scott observes Bow Ramp Operations. Marine vehicles offload for operations. I A Seabeefs job is never done. -9191 ' num LCDR Mate with CB's ready to roll. Women Drivers! whJJTT,,,--,,,,,,,,......,,-,,...A,.-.-. .., ... ----X,--V------""-""n Dependents ' TIG VanHouwe1ing and wife ' a little camera shy." Cruise HT1 Myers and HT3 Jump with wives Mrs. Jarosinski gives the signals today. Hey, you speak good English! Rome I The lovely Island of Capri. f'X A view of Italy from atop the Island of Capri I 1 , K Mm, I anim ' ,,, 'Qhw R5 View of Rome from one of the seven hills. 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V .,, A ,J f ,, Saint Perer's Cathedral. f L The Olympic Stadium built by Mussolini. Qi, v The Roman Forum. 'll Han, hail the gang's all here! ill 4 Ll ,- 8 AM to. ,fyx-3, if ,l ,..4,.3?'-Q, :S is X , F. VA ., , -4 lll ll , A Jw :' slum' .l..' , 'T T 'l r' - L T K . V5 l fi T mrfivlligf. '- The Circus Maximus. Vi X i i . li is li 5 it , Victor limanuale Monument. The Colosseum 1 4. ,I . ,. ,N 111 The Inhabitants. f l ft The Market Square. The Arena. The Ruins of Pompeii The Aqueducts. PNSN johnson and DK2 Nunez taking in some of the sights. The chains of Saint Peter. Sightseeing in Rome SN Castro, Moore and Ferrenbach. EMS Diwa and FN Abril at the Fountain of Trevi Myq- 2 A i, The narrow streets of Rome. ' ,V ,: p-Q-1W f. ' . 4, K .gN.Aw.-i.., - ,V .N ,f V. Xffux.-,,:x, x 1 , X in fx. 2. A 1 S., i fw- 'L' fv- M f pemtfzlons Ship's company watches the offload. But I d1dn't do 1t. God! I hope JAWS isn't watching this. x ,3,w"'?'ff U gi 1 ff ' Q--zfwff' H , " , ,, 'fy'9,gQ.ia'AEf , , 9 'g.!47m 4111? Z-gl., ,g ' ' 'ff " ,, 5. If wa A 'V ,.,m-gil? V V- D ff ,cg-Qiiw fs' f V K I - M -I -'-:q.f..1 ,"""",c u mf" :aiu SN Zafarano at the Controls. Q. V1 444 ",' k 1 , k --Af Hiking along the mountain roads Mountain Village in the French' Alps. Villefmnche, France .V I di Z ,, lr f 4 nf M , I, W , :ff 2,3 ,jf ,ei f V ff, n h fn h ,, R ne , 1 f V , ,, A ,4 , + I don't think I should sit too close to the edge! lai-...... EM3 Diwa and EMS Espejo shopping in France. r V ,L fi fm, f e ,ay MQW' SN Ferrerlba-Ch, QMSN Classen and BMSN Crawford having a beach party. , ,W V U B cwcelona 5 , M W-W-f.,,,.,.,,.f ,,,, ,. .V , .Z g , -OWN , 3 -'mg :Q mv N. 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On my island of sand to spend my life my ship, a ghost of memories I'll die someday as I have lived Alone, a phantom of the sea. BM3 John Moorefield CRUISE BOOK COMMITTEE Cruise book Advisor LTJG MONCURE Contributors PN1 Ely YN3 Kruger YN3 Tyler SN Alvarado I I 1 i , ' ' ' ' 'fi'7f?1fz C 'V . Y r,1a"':.4 wg-.,w, i Q-iii . ' . E bil A ,XS s Z J 5 Qi r z X 1 I r 5 1 i 5 , 9: i If 5 .


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