Newport (LST 1179) - Naval Cruise Book

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The tower, one of the oldest structures in the United States, is located in the city of Newport and is represented on their City Crest. The center dividing line of waves is an heraldic symbol of the sea. USS NEWPORT QLST 11795 is the third ship to bear the name, hence the three stars. The pineapple is the symbol of seafarers and is taken from the Rhode Island state flag. .... 1-nf 4 ff 2 ' ' bl of , ,, , W , 1? S, , f, S , X no ,,..iQ V 5 J ' 54 'Z if 1 fm! f fi f' i KM 4 ,. ,J , f 0 , is ,. M f7'7'f?Wf5iVf7 4? 5 V A 14 Ma, 'S Zn ff' gn. 'A Q , f , , f f f X ' if? Z WZ f ' ' f f M , . , ,ffm .is-,l itin f Z if A7 -.,, . Wi!!! 4 KL 5 USS NEWPORT is the first of the T's. Capable og sustained to provide the fastest, most efficient means of landing tanks, com? t ,f-' e.--,ee,-e.- f W f 7 X U assault conditions. Commissioned in 1969, NEWPORT is one the fact that this class of LST is onl 37 feet shottof being House has instant control of six diesel engines and C f A x ,fp Commander Timothy A. Kok is a native of Grand Rapids, Michigan. He was appointed to the United States Naval Academy by President Cthen congressmanj Gerald R. Ford, and graduated with a Bachelor of Naval Science degree and a commission as an Ensign in 1970. Commander Kok served as a Main Propulsion Assistant and CIC Officer on USS FISKE CDD 8425 from 1971 to 1973, and on the staff of Officer Candidate School in 1974. In August 1974 he reported as Navigator of USS LASALLE CABG 33, the flagship for Commander Middle East Force, and resided in Bahrain with his wife through March 1976. He served as Operations Officer of USS PIEDMONT CAD 171 from April 1976 to March 1979. ' After attending the Naval Department Head Course, Commander Kok reported to USS CONYNGHAM CDDG 173 in February 1979 as Engineer Officer for a two year tour that included a decrewed overhaul in Bath, Maine. He served as Operations Officer of USS PORTLAND CLSD 373 from April 1981 to May 1983, and as Operations and Plans Officer on the staff of Commander Amphibious Squadron Six from june 1983 to to December 1985. A In March 1986 Commander Kok assumed duties as Executive Officer of USS MOUNT WHITNEY CLCC 203, the flagship for Commander Second Fleet. Upon detachment from USS MOUNT WHITNEY in March 1988, he entered the command pipeline and assumed command of USS NEWPORT on 1 October 1988. During his command tour, USS NEWPORT deployed twice in the Mediteranian Sea on MARG 1- 89 and MARG 3-903 participated in an Exercise Team Work and two FLEETEX'sg and completed a highly successful docking phased maintainance availability. During the MARG 3-90 deployment, USS NEWPORT participaated, as well, in the Liberian contingency, Operation Sharp Edge. COMMA DER TIMOTHY A. KOK COMMA DI G OFFICER OCT 88-7 FEB 91 , .p f CDR KOK addresses the crew in Barcelona. ,..,,,..-..,,,vt,......,.,.-qfnmq-f.W1i.i.f:i 1'-'f : 1 . H - -""--ff"'- ' t 5 R Q I Q 5 i 3 i E 5 5 V Commander Kok's awards include the Meritorious Service Medal, the Navy Com- mendation Medal Cthird awardj and the Navy Achievement Medal as well as numerous service and campaign awards. Commander Kok is married to the former Susan Jane Handy of Saint johnsbury, Vermont. They reside in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Relaxing off Mamba Station. COMMA DER LOK WILLI M J. NGVARSKY CQMM DING L91 OFFICER FEB 91- CDR UNGVARSKY pins on ENS HENNINGS' Supply Surface Wfarfare Pin. Leading morning PT on the way home ,Z W ., Q X . fa fu Commander VVilliam J. Ungvarsky entered the U.S. Naval Academy from United, Pennsylvania after having completed one year's enlisted service while at the U.S. Naval Academy Preparatory Stool at Bainbridge, Maryland. He was commisioned an Ensign upon graduation from the Academy in june 19739 having earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in International and Military Political Systems Analysis. His initial assignment was aboard USS JOSEPHUS DANIELS CCG 27D where he served as Damage Control Assistant, Electrical and Auxiliaries Officer. In September 1976, he reported to Amphibious Construction Battalion TWO as the Administrative and Training Officer, and Contingency Detachment Officer in Charge. Following a tour as Navigator on USS CHARLESTON QLKA 1133 and temporary duty as an Assistant Material Officer for Commander, Destroyer Squadron TEN from November 1978 to January 1981, he reported to Department Head training in February 1981. In December 1981, he reported to USS BRUMBY QFF 10441 in Charleston, South Carolina as Engineer Officer. His subsequent tour was performed on USS HERMITAGE CLSD 341 as First Lieutenant. During each of his Department Head tours his departments won their respective departmental efficiency awards. In March 1985, he reported to Commander Cruiser-Destroyer Group EIGHT as the Assistant Material Officer. During this tour he was fleeted-up to Material Offcier and during an August 1985 to April 1986 deployment to the Mediterranean and Indian Ocean, he saw action as one of two, Battle-Staff Tactical Action Officers during the Freedom of Navigation Operations in the vicinity of Libya. In October 1986, he reported as Executive Officer of USS WHIDBEY ISLAND QLSD 417. At the end of his tenure in April 1988, WHIDBEY ISLAND was selected as the Battle recipient and was named Commander, Amphibious Group TWO's "Top Gator." His most recent assignment was Chief Staff Officer Amphibious Squadron EIGHT from May 1988 tojuly 1990. During this assignment, Amphibious Squadron EIGHT was cited as the model Tactical Amphibious Squadron. Commander Ungvarsky's personal awards include the Meritorius Service Medal fsecond award? and Navy Commendation Medal Cfourth awardb. He has also been awarded the Navy Expeditionary Medal ftwo awardsjg National Defense Service Medal Ctwo awardslg the Coast Guard Unit Commendation with Operational "O", the Navy and Sea Service Deployment Ribbon Csevenrh awardj. Commander Ungvarsky is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen F. Ungvarsky of Norvelt, Pennsylvania. He is married to the former Linda Parise of Greensburg, Pennsylvania. They have three children: Stephen, Andrew and Lauren, and they reside in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Lieutenant Commander Michael S. Campagna, a native of Glassboro, New jersey, is the son of Sam A. and Virginia Mae Campagna. After graduation form the University of Colorado, he was commissioned an Ensign through the NROTC program in August 1975. Lieutenant Commander Campagna served as the Combat Information Center Officer and Electronic Warfare Officer on the USS MITSCHER CDDG 35D from March 1976 to May 1978. Following the decommissioning of the USS MITSCHER, he reported to the USS STEINAKQER CDD 8632 from May 1978 to December 1979 as the Electronics Material Officer d Combat Information Center Officer. His next duty assignment was at the United Stats Naval Academy, where he served as an instructor in the Department of Professional Development and Officer-in-Charge of Yard Patrol Craft. After attending the Naval Department Head course, Lieutenant Commander Cam- pagna assumed the duties of Ship Control Officer of USS STARK CFFG 313 from November 1985 to july 1985. He served as the First Lieutenant of USS LA MOURE COUNTY CLST 11941 from july 1985 to August 1987. In August 1987, he reported to the Armed Forces Staff College, where he graduated in january 1988. He next served as the Fleet Support Officer and Surface Warfare Tactical Data Base Officer at Surface Warfue Development Group, Little Creek, Virginia from February 1988 to December 1989. In March 1990, Lieutenant Commander Campagna assumed duties as Executive Officer of USS NEWPORT CLST 11793, Lieutenant Commander Campagna's awards include the Navy Commendation Medal fsecond awardh, Navy Achievement Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Hu- manitarian Service,Meda.l, Expert Pistol Marksmanship Ribbon, and Sea Service Deployment Ribbon Cfoutth awardb. 1 Lieutenant Commander Campagna is married to the former Susan A. Credidio of Vailsburg, New Jersey, and has one son, Michael. They reside in Virginia Beach, Virginia. LIEUTE CO DER MICHAEL S. CA PAG A EXECUTIVE OFFICER ARCH 1990- lu 1' di N' . t VX' : LCDR CAMPAGNA spends countless hours working at his desk keeping the Cnd1CSS paperwork and planning flowing smoothly. Green Pell in ha-Hd, the XO proofs a message from the comfort of his piloth011Sf1 6 I Q. U' I. 5 5 it ruff y 5, gi? E DECK DEPARTMENT wif mfg llwgnngk LT Billy J. Washington First Lieutenant june 89-January 91 Acting as Safety Observer, LT WASHINGTON kept a dose eye on deck operations. Ne! Xe! 56 56 Flexibility is the key to Deck Department's superior performance. With three divisions of highly com- petent men, Deck Department completes a multitude of operations with skill and hard work. The Seamen and Boatswain Mates of First and Second Divisions are involved with every topside evolution. Third Divi- sion's Gunner's Mates kept the 3"f50 guns in top condition throughout the deployment. First Division is responsible for the anchor, bow ramp, forecastle, traffic tunnel, paint issue, and troop berthing. Over twenty Seamen and Boatswain Mates are constantly busy preserving and maintaining its spaces as well as standing bridge watches. Second Division maintains the main deck aft of the superstructure, the ship's small boats, and the tank deck. Comprised of over twenty hard-charging Sea- men and Boatswain Mates, this division was in daily combat with the grease and dirt from causeway gear and Marine vehicles. ' Third Division kept the 3" f 50 gun mounts in superb condition and fired the weapons several times during the deployment. The eight Gunner's Mates are responsible for the 02 and aft O3 levels, ammunition magazines, and the ship's small arms. Deck Department conducted many evolutions such as Marine onloadsfoffloads, boat operations, cargo boom operations, bow ramp ops, stern gate marriages, gun shoots, anchoring, mooring to buoys, mooring pierside, underway replenishment, beaching, amphib- ious assaults, in all types of weather and strange hours. The "Heroes and Warriors" of Deck Department were flexible enough to do several operations at once and proved that NEWPORT could get the job done every time. I .,.,1 1 ll K , 1 Y if 9 ,, rs if Q? Y Q ff, 4 aa 1 "fu, LT Mike L. Walling First Lieutenant During the AAV offload, LT WALLING kept operations running smoothly. january 91- 555555555555 F 1 R 3 T ,jjnf f. ,,,, ----,f,Qff,?sj-0ZZ""'A 3 A 5555555 "" . ,. 1 . ' AV fifflfzifir ii f f , Af . 55555 . ' 55 ih.3-ggjfgls-j1,fgi,Q. lf' 'A ,V', 1 , ' 1515 ',,f ,' I ,f , -fwffxwf, f ' X nniq? . 2,4 as BMC CSWD G. T. PALMER DECK LCPO SHIP'S BOATSWAIN ...Q f A,.. ,, ' iw QW W LM 0 X 1 X f f f J X ff ff ff 2:-1' .' f - - f, .- f , ',-Q' ' . ,-f'.v-, 1 ,,,' 1 Q '- ' 55 5 ,f,., 7.-, fA,. . 5 ,!y.Q?,,,., W Q? V,.. ,5.,'- i 55 S' A ',', f ,ff-Kgf no - x f fy cg 1 -. ,. ' g I f ff ,X I X 7 f f '," A 1155 ,'5, 1 A ' x , f, V 1' - gg., ,, . wary , xif S A fi SN R. HOGELAND X f --,' 47.01,-gf :,f f L - ,, 5. 5 5. 5 5 I , V'V ' 1 ' 1 ' - ' 55 BM2 A. 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ROGERS A typical day in the pilothouse. f 2. .,,, . A M A ,fa -, ff ff my M W I f- ., ,f -,.. W M f' f 'R ' J ""' V ' " 6 1 -" 2"f7l.if'f'.ff' A f SS f .. .IV v,zyf..f..5z f f. .,f. ., '. SR B. MOUNTER SR B. PERRINE SR R. MONTOYA XXX ,, if., BM3 B. LENGACHER SA J. STEVENSON SA W. WARREN BM2 WARE WITH STERNGATE WIRE XIX! -W1 54 THIRD DIVISIO tzzq L .. H .V.A , A,,,,,,:, ,Q3,?Q9, ' gvN.vAiX" ' -' itz-:xii A X qg ,. , 2-frE5?i.f4'-:,,'x1fPF2"ca , f"'A". ' 'E c'7.LE?'1 5, s 5..gg11g.Q:,.' w:.1 1::1,,: gg gy. 1, ,kgs 1 w1pg.1:,ff,,,., g,11,g,-11:-3,3 , .Hg K .1 1,51 - ., .--.Q Qirfffilfflf'-f'7 .,.-, VX. ,.., Third Division Officer Third DiVi5i0f1 I-CPO LTJG C.J.BA'1TLE GMC qswp F. CLEMENTS Y Q Q f S ' x MOUNT 31 The "Newport Dump" W LT WASHINGTON vents some frustration shooting MT 56, A mmsxt M., T X X N xx X X X X : sm RQSN' Q NF: Wx N- X xx w X X XX vxtxxwb I x .Q T A , Q Q W NWS Q X XBN X' Q GMG1 C. SCOTT GMG1 LSWD P. PRINCE " ' . 1+ -yeh Qes-s-N1:,-- wax-,::."'-:ww - -. , ""'N :fix Qi xfjt iv-gf ,N V 3 -, . - 31.5, ,Q-.55355.5-1-2.5. A L' i.,k r'-' f if '- - gill in A tttrtttr 5 ., ..., X J ' --L.- X X X 1 A X I X f Q GMGSN J. CARLSON GMOSN S. GREENWOOD ,...-.- GMGSN CARLSON and GMGSN GREENWOOD chipping the 03 level. xy s ,A !X,lX,lX,lX,lX,lX,lX ,x Nj .W saws is ,W is is as . .Q .. ' '-'L A V 1 Z. .1 iff gh"' - 2 -' f '.k' .,,,,,-,., ',-,'. f , . . I L ' e- 1 Ee X 1' I Q . 'ef , . nf! GMG3 K. STEIN 3 N ,.,,. J FR i I Q 108 ' .5944 Aifff- '17 0 If . aw, ff SN T. MCLEOD A SN M. DAL PRA GMG3 R. GROBSMITH MOUNT 32 SK3 COOPER and a Marine train on a 50 cal. MS3 McFARI.AND,MT 32 Mount captain. GMC CLEMENTS with some Marine mme. GMG3 sm1N with Daily Magazine Temp Report DECK ORK hours standmg budge watches th1s The average Seaman spent over 1136 deployment. GMGSA GREENWOOD clamps down after a fresh water wash down. P BM2 PENNYCOFF checks a maintenance card in the deck office. P BM3 MAY paints the Captain's Gig at Momba Station. V a SA MONTOYA reports a contact to the Officer of the Deck. A 4 SN FITTON mans the phones for the boat davit during flight quarters. SUPPLY DEPARTME 152 an n, .,, 1 I LT V. EDDIE GONZALES SUPPLY OFFICER Xl Supply Department performs several essential and diverse tasks for the crew and embarked Ma- rines. From selling icecream to get- ting critical parts for Engineering, from cutting hair to serving pizza, from cleaning laundry to cleaning the dishes, Supply Department makes shipboard life nor only bear- able, but sometimes enjoyable. Comprised of five divisions, Supply Department has just over twenty rated personnel plus about twenty temporary workers provid- ed by the other departments and Marines to work on the Mess Deck. Mess Specialists, Store Keepers, Disbursing Clerks, and Ship's Ser- vicemen all work as a team to keep the ship and the crew ready for any mission. LT GONZALES parades the department on the 02 level while entering Barcelona, Spain. ENS DENNIS W, HENNINGS DISBURSING OFFICER v s I 5 lg Ev! I 3152: 21 E4-,His W 1 624' .M W ff, .! W- 1 fn5: i, ,if . fi ' t 'siiz QE? I E , w ? 5 . sz! V 1 Q 1 5 2 3 " . . E16 A KS : THE MESS SPECIALISTS ccgycglzgzgagq 1? IQIQCLOCK FOR FIVE HU DRED PEOPLE .ax 'W EH? xxx' 7 'ISF '.' P 6 31? MS1 J. IRONS E - ,K ,,,r ., M52 f 156 , , inlay 2 I H'mf Msz J. DRAYER . fywiwifw -'-if If V fffhf . if 7 ' 1. 7 Q f,Q 1 M, ,M . .V f :VH . X ff ' fgff E?E X , , f 5' if 1 f ff 12? Z M X I ff 'Q Vx, ff xg , I 1 ,K , ,HIM wwf., Maxx! ff v may u MS1 L. WOODSON K ! 7 Q . :-- 'V ki:1.1QQ.-','31.g321gg , MS3 D. WINFIELD .1 's?f'1i gy ,M 'fx . r-,QQ MS1 J. IRELAND J wg , V , , E 5,W!5V,Viqi,5?55Lg,j0 57,7 5 f' I K MS1 L. TALK 'S' 'iff MS3 J. MCE 4 The CO, X0 and SA AKRENDONDO enjoy Surf and Turf, I I r A MSSN T. GISTORB i The Cook's work is never done. MS's are up at three to make the donuts and bread. Then they cook breakfast. Wlhile the Mess Cooks clean after breakfast, the MS's prepare for lunch. After lunch, clean again, then make and serve dinner. Then clean again and after a brief rest it's time to cook the midnight rations, midrats, for the 2330 serving. After cleaning up rnidrats. . . well, it's time to make the donuts again. Every day the MS's cooked over 1500 meals. That adds up to over 315,000 meals. Even with all the meals the Cooks still found time for training, supporting ship's par- ties, Saturday pizza nights, and all those working parties. Marines were a big help with the numerous working parties. V MSCQSWJ J. GOLDSMITH SUPPLY LCPO X 51.75, if .V iv: ,A Q5 - 7 Marine Cooks showed they could cook more than MIRE's. - '. , Nl, S 1' ku Q- - 3 -: fr X -'V-at ,,.-wr' f ,tw - , yr, Us-. 1. f -- f -X, s sr ' -X -a'i.i. -'T if ' W if 4 H Q-via , V . , ,.,--' I MSSN T. THORNE MSSN W. PALMER MSSA O. COLLIER We l A typical evening on the Messdecks MSSA PALMER helps out with a Saturday Pizza Night. SHIP'S SERVICE SH'S are the salesmen of NEWPORT. They sell everything from freeze pops to toenail clippers in the ship's store, and make a decent profit as well. Perhaps their most important job is doing the laundry of five hundred sailors and ma- rines. They also fill the soda machines, over 40 cases a day. They would have filled the candy machine every day too, but it burned up early in the cruise and couldn't be fixed till we returned home. SH1 W EVANS sHz K, FISHER xwwis. 3 - ' 1 . ' ' ,-.-,.--, gh K ' V . TSI, 'r ' K Ig: 33331: it rw' 'W SH3 K. JACKSON 4' WW ' i M V! I' .,,, , ,.., ' 1 iii , 4272 'f:f4.::1. xi ..,. ,f a 1 1? Z 1 ' Q ,. -'A 4 . 4 5 59 3 Ov -Q! SH3 E HORN A X x 1 v. E I 1 K 1 H015 PROVIDING THE CO PORTS OF HO LN, X f ,q 1 if N. SH3 L THOMAS SHSN M. MARSHALL E . V SN S. BUSH O W! W 6 1 Q X 'I Hz, O ' I .W ,Vi Nl at 5 6 'Q' i W, 1 , av' :Ra W li L ? 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Those that don't spend their days repairing machinery and equipment throughout the ship. Engineering Department is responsible for the maintenance and repair of virtually everything except communications equip- ment and the guns. From the bow light to the stern anchor and from the wind birds to the rud- ders, engineers have kept NEW- PORT running in top condition for over twenty years. This Med cruise was a busy one for the engineers. Starting with a DMAT in Rota and fin- ishing with an OPPE in Feb- ruary, most port visits were used to prepare for OPPE and make repairs while machinery was idle. v FR L. BRYANT FR Checking JP5 Fuel FN JENKINS works on 1A FA B f l E Main Control Section 1, after OPPE. NFA JONES, EN3 HURM ENFA JARDIN E FA HUBERT in Messina Boilers Division BTC V. PHILPOT . V BT3 -I. DEWEY BT3 N OSMUNDSON FA E GARDNER off! Q 0 X 4 ff'.f27f W- ... A f f E-DI VISION NEWPORT'S POWER AND PHONE CQMPAN EMCKSWJ G.KOVACS . '-'?'f IC2 j.McCLENDON Y xv IC5 L. ROSS EMFN B. 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Radio messages, voice communications, radar screens and the silent communication of flag and light signals all play a part in keeping the "Big Picture" up to date and clear. The Radiomen of OC division man Radio Central and receive and transmit hundreds of messages a week. The Oper- ations Specialists man Combat In- formation Center and keep a close guard of all radar contacts and of voice communications with the rest of the MARG 3-90 ships. The Electronics Technicians have their hands full maintaining and repair- ing the numereous electronic cir- cuits and equipment that NEW- PORT requires to perform its mission. The Signalmen sweated out the hot months at Momba sta- tion keeping the visual lookout and passing messages by lights and flags. The Fire Controlrnen kept the CIWS in top readiness throughout the deployment. All the divisions work together to keep the ship and the fleet informed and current, an especially difficult job during Desert Shield and Storm. 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PIERESCHI ., N - KN' 5 X . OS2 C. DAY OS2 D. CANCELLIERI IFire Controlmen keep the CIWS shooting i ,ll 1. gc. 1 P w 1 New CLOSE-IN WEAPON SYSTEM 1 1 figwizg' FC3 E. FIELDS S , , , I , I X FC2 D. CASSAWAY THE GSC IN TORREMOLINOS OSSA P. ODOMS fygffgzfffyy , C., V A.V,w,,,,,,7,w,21,ihi - f R f7f777'?,7f ff I f ff f Xxx , , ff f ww, ' 2 1 I 5 f 1 ' , 1 OS3 D. BROOKS THE BIG HOUSE CREW FC2 W. BROWN K R 1 hhg- ek ." yZ5"f'Z s 3 an L I A I AQ, . YN3 HOWELL AND OS3 WILLIAMS 'aa OSSA C. PIN CHBACK fWf' Hfi. f-.' vy-.'fw1f:fff,f f'ff 1 - II.L 'C-L, ' . S ES" " f ' I "RII . , g 7 7 I f Q,3,V 4, , Z , , , ,bq mi V Z Zgifgffy ' , 'Ti' ., , l 'Lt M . ,4,4 Q V, . S M. WHALEY os3 W. WILLIAMS OS3 F. RINALDI O 3 NAV AD 1 DEPARTME T NAVfADMIN Department is comprised of four divisions that all serve vital functions. The YN's and PN's in the Ship's Office maintain the personnel folders, type corre- spondence, notices and provide customer assistance. Quartermas- ters spent the deployment keeping the ship's position on the charts. The Medical Division was always ready to help with injuries and ill- nesses. MAC Simpkins helped maintain law and order on board. NCC Russell did his best to get everyone advanced and get them good orders. ww ,. no mm, .gwrifffzf . ff-wwf f -V+-If 2- A mf fffv. . lf 0 f , 'f ffif 40 - " f , f if , 34 Q4 ,,. , ., Q ff -fi ' Q., ,1a:fm:,y-,f Skffpgiymfffffw g Vffffj I CQ 7, ff f , fw ff! .. , 4- -fL':z-x- Dfii'-" ,W-fff.,,,.z4f a..ay.a. i eysy itics BA., LT WAYNE M. CHAUNCEY ADMIN OFFICER ASSISTANT qs", f ' . - NW:-2 . ., . - Y -aaa 'f 1,4 . I I X QD sssss ef sf -35 , ' wiv 4 fr? fi' ' 77.2432 C JZ! NAVIGATOR I 1 Waiting for the mail helo down at Momba Station NCCQSWD D. RUSSELL MAC D SIMPKINS YNC COMMAND CAREE ' QSWJ A' BARR QMCCSW7 R KINNEY R COUNSEIOR CHIEF MASTER AT ARMS ADMIN LcPo NAVIGATION LQPQ 1 D D .. ADMINISTRATIONI DIVISION PN1 B. KOONTZ , 4 may I Y 7 N9 f 7 YN3 C. HOWELL M PNZCSWD M. 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PN2 FLYNN grabs a mug While Waiting helicopter. -X lj Z l You want it typed by when? LTJG TURETS and QM2 BLOODWORTH near Sicily. NCC RUSSELL at the Conn 36 AMPHIBIOUS CONSTRUCTION BATTLION TWO - DETACHMENT ALPHA "THE BIG RED ONE" ENSCSWJ KEVIN ADAMS BMCSQSWfAWJ R. COVEY CM1 M. REMILLARD OFFICER IN CHARGE SEABEE LCPO SEABEE LPO BM2 C. WILSON BM2 D. HARKNESS X XSSQQ- L '-R. 1 S J - --'- i 1 1 RRTSC R 4 f j igN Rky, . N y AS CE3 T. FISHKIN BM3 D. ALVEY BM3 M. WHITEHEAD BM3 J. ANN ' X352 SEABEES CAN DO ' WV SN s. BERAN SN W. COOK SN M. DAL PRA SN C. DORN SN M. FRANCO SA R. FREY N5 HILL . CMCN M. MOROSKO - EocN R. WALTENBERG ,. ' Nm . 7 ' ft " ' .- N-455 N L' ' wwf L L,,' "" eww ,J Try sceppmg through thxs ln the dark vi -N5 S CAU EWAY OPERATIONS WW fwpf, ,,,' fK-f- f 'v!"W'f ' I X This wire tangle took several hours to unravel. 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' 1 WW? - 5,1 if 1 f, , ,pi -f yf,',,1-fwzff . 1 i, X K, E g fp -,42QfWf!'ff'1,-Q L ng 1! ?2i"s323 V M if L V"'W , J I W X, wr M '11 'W 'EIWMH fi ' or 9 sv, 4 N 19 E fs' ' is E1 zfgirf , . ,fig?3QE',Q.V I 55'lr3!2',f,,m WWA o , 4 ' BMCS COVEY directs winch operators to lower the causeways V-ww f ' , ff.-,fff ' " vm WWW, ' ,y Wy! My QM X M WM BE A W TPLAY .nv tv? Ara: e picture. . . Seabees on a s ubmarine HERE THEY COME! The Marines of LIMA CO arrived the morning of 6 August 1990 and moved into the spacious Marine berthings. They didn't stay in them for too many days though because they kept getting transferred to other ships in the MARG. NEWPORT also onloaded KILO CO. before she left for Rota and Barcelona, Spain leaving LIMA CO behind down at MOMBA Station to guard the U.S. Embassy. Marines were a huge help during working parties and participated in several rec- reational events. Marines spent most of their time training. Frequent lectures, physical training, vehicle maintenance, and cleaning occupied most of their underway time. When inport they had ample opportunity to enjoy the culture and nightlife of various countries NEWPORT visited. Down at Momba station they took turns flying to the Embassy to guard it. The embassy never was attacked, which annoyed some Marines. The various exercises they were in during Sierra De Rettin, Spain and in Saros Bay, Turkey were little satisfaction for most of them. Most would have rather been in Saudi Arabia with the rest of the troops. However the presence of MARG in the Med was surely a deterrent to any terrorist activity during the War. yr 4. , ,ff ,,., , ,fiifim yy -I I 1 .., Q H! ,WM ' fvf375,3jzZ1552f - ' 5 The onload at Morehead City took 4 hours 32 minutes. LIMA Company at morning formation in Messina. The chow line reached out to the main deck once Marines arrived - . . . . - s and Mafmes 5Pent their evenings on the messdeck writing home, P1aYmg game drinking all the sodas. xxyx g W' x 0 f Y' I I .x'.:, 'Mmm N. ,- Fi' ': HT xxx f 1" r li dx If Q :I-t 4 I' f 4 :E 'Q r .v ' S7 , X, 'f 1 r I ' qivrn ' I 5 ' I , ' ax 'f V- gi : lo. Q if Ca ,f " "., 9 xxx ---,' K' i K 5 i if 4 ns! ,,.a1uw"'f-M There's nothing quite like sitting in the rain watching the AAV's load. This one took eleven tries to embark nfl' ,f:Tf. 1, Many hours were spent cleanin Wea ons g P I The weightroom was a popular space with Marines. if . ki mics Most Marines got haircurs every week whether they needed it or not. Marines were a welcome addition to the various wor ng p - 45 RI E OFFICERS The Officers of Lima and Kilo Companies spent the cruise pre- paring for contingencies in Liberia and around the Med. They spent hours planning and training for possible conflict. Luckily the plans never had to be executed. Captain Bill Crenshaw commanded Lima Co. Pictured here are a few of the officers. ISTLT Paul Cherrier - MSSG 26 Cfar rightl CAPT jack McDonagle fcrossed armsj 1STLT Mark Richter in Barcelona 1S'I'LT JIM FERRIS Qleftj ISTLT PAUL CHERRIER and so Kilo Co. officers Qbelowj me ISTLT Mike Dee enjoys a game of Nintendo. unny's and ther Marines LCPL Luckey and his ammo A few members of the Wolfpadc AAV PL TOO M ' W W AAV platoon conquers MT. Etna in Sicily. The Amphxbrous Assault Vehicle 48 CPL Schroeder ,, I 1 S fn ...,. .Q P 3 e I I' I ! Q i xmww 5 xkggt vig 'sw gf LCPL Brown ""'w-. qs 555 'fi' Clockwise front: LCPL T. Fisch, LCPL F. Zapata, CPL M. Ladley, CPL M. Schroeder, CPL C. Lee, CPL B. Clark f , .gff 5, f f P43 Nswxgfimk LCPL Svenson MARINES OF F LOAD Change Of Command Working , arties E , , -, I 1 f up 3 , va- ow . Q -'X ,. ' -' f ,125 ' f ,, fu., ,.,, 1, X 3.49, g- 3 x. . N-1:-f Ma-ws -- , .-, A V Aff -ff f f .f.w3Q,. 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