Newport News (CA 148) - Naval Cruise Book

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She IS the last of 'gihi "l'i fi? a"' n t ort "1 'AE' ar .. 11918 thelast ofthe big X ff' 1' x A x ' ,T 'r f 0 T Sb f na ' ' t- s 'f Q by .. e ' ee 2 U", gunships in acti a 'v vessel ,,1"' e ry of hea '- 5 Her firs ere ere ivi v1'r slrpway on 1 October """-Ng' mo t ter T6 -foot vessel was Chrisfene 'f "hV 0 'r" 2 ,000 pe le. Com issioned s the last A I". S '53, nuary 1949, the US 7' A , 'i" 1" as fashioned career si' indefat able service 1 ati eace. .Yxb ,,',, A ,iwf , by J n V, , N ' K "11r" ,.-, . S all of ombat 131 apabr ties d faeploy s nt s of of . d South Vie rima d e rom O su ort iiav fy f gg 1- r 2 1 PP of 13... tion Sea ' he v-,i Fleet's gf ene A,,Av :jf an g ods ' s So 'f tnam. T NEWS rman wig, g A A A K ndatro r her suppor re in South from .S Vfi. r'r' Afifri Unit Ci '21 .Her third, W v 4 and . . ..yy ding xtended pril 1 72. far' EWPORT s read unpf 0 r Q itt r suf ce actions agai Haiph g v- fa. on casions. 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K fl 1 X jf as flagshi 963, and aga n in 1971, sh ,,,,., Arcti V..,, in the Norwegian s rtr aa, fha - In 1965- In the spring of 1967 . ,VII K ""f z '1Hif1' Ii, than 70 ships and 21,000 men. jlbblb' liigy 9 t:" 'll" 77777 7 "" A ,' t 1 . NEWPORT NEWS ,qbu ntless occasions Jbgh fa' edite ,,,.-f' I n 'rt f i South American and Asian waters. She has trr Q .,,, i i 0rS fr0 ma Performance throughout the near quarter century of her ,,., I WZVV, the world and has been a source of pride for both those who sailed on her an l4 , , fag, , - Q- - --...-'- -,1-2'5" "f . --.. - aQ Q .- .. , v-- ' A - ..-01 ' -Lg- 'ipzd L1 Lf .a-' ww.. ZL1' J X 1 1- v w 1 w CX Q I . ,ql f-D , 1 A X , . s, f " X r f ' X ra. N , :Y ' . I xx, N QF' V 'DNBX 'T' John Glennon Finneran was born in New York City on July 23, 1924. He attended the University of Notre Dame, Indiana, prior to entering the U. S. Naval Academy. He was commissioned an Ensign on graduation with the Class of 1947 on June 5,1946. He has served in various capacities at sea, primarily in Destroyers and Cruisers, including Engineering Officer, Mis- sile Officer and Executive Officer. His previous commands include USS PIMA COUNTY, USS MEREDITH, USS SAMPSON, DESTROYER DIVISION SEVENTY-TWO and CRUISER-DESTROYER FLOTILLA TWELVE. On 8 Jan- uary 1973, he assumed command of the United States SECOND Fleet with additional duty as Commander of NATO's Striking Fleet Atlantic. His shore assignments have been at the Naval Academy Prep School, Bainbridge, Maryland, Staff, Commander Op- erational Test and Evaluation Force, Norfolk, Virginia, and three assignments at the Bureau of Naval Personnel, Wash- ington, D. C. He has served as the Navy Member of the Department of Defense Military Compensation Study Group and Navy Member of the Joint Military-Federal Civil Service Comparability Study Group in Washington. He also served as a member of the Secretary of the Navy's Reten- tion Task Force in the Office of the Secretary of the Navy. His last tour was as Head of the Distribution Branch, Enlisted Personnel and then as Assistant Chief for Plans and Programs in the Bureau of Naval Personnel. He was awarded the Legion of Merit on completion of this latter tour. Since graduating from the Naval Academy, Vice Admiral Finneran has attended the Naval Guided Missile School, Pomona, California, the Armed Forces Staff College, Nor- folk, Virginia, and the National War College, Washington, D. C. In addition to the Legion of Merit and Bronze Star Medal with Combat "V", Vice Admiral Finneran has the American Campaign Medal, World War II Victory Medal, National Defense Service Medal with bronze star, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal CLebanonj, and the Vietnam Service Medal. He also has the Republic of Vietnam Cam- paign Medal with Device and the Vietnamese Navy Distin- guished Service Medal, Second Class. His official home address is 5 30 Willis Avenue, Williston Park, New York. He presently resides at Georgia House, 423 Dillingham Boulevard, Naval Station, Norfolk, Virginia. He is married to the former Lillian M. McNamara of Bald- win, New York and they have five children: Mrs. Patricia A. Diepold, Ensign John G. Finneran, Jr., USNR, ET3 William Finneran, USN, Sharon L. Finneran and Kathleen M. Fin- neran. -151: 15 jf W? A Q .,. h v--, a M ff 5' 5 CAPTAIN Charles E. Hathaway R 1 ,I 1 1rz"r"W"" 'mx 'wmvr T- .-v-ff--v ew ....!IL CAPTAIN CHARLES EDWARD HATHAWAY UNITED STATES NAVY Captain Charles Edward HATHAWAY was born in Minot, North Dakota on November 22, 1925. Prior to attending the Naval Academy, he served with various Naval Aviation Training Units as an Aviation Cadet in the V-5 Program. He received his commission as an Ensign in the U. S. Navy in June 1948 and was immediately assigned as an instructor at his alma mater until entering flight training in January 1949. Captain HATHAWAY received his flight training at Naval Air Station Pensacola, Florida and Naval Air Station Corpus Christi, Texas, was designated a naval aviator on May 26, 1950, and was assigned to the Opera- tions Department of VS-26 in June 1950. He remained with that Squadron until June 1953 when he was assigned to Naval Air Advanced Training as an Instrument Flight In- structor and as Personnel Officer. From June 1956 until July 1958, he was assigned to VX-4 as SPARROW III Project Officer. Upon graduation from t-he Naval War Col- lege in June 1959, Captain HATHAWAY was assigned to USS MIDWAY, where he served as the Assistant Air Opera- tions Officer and Weapons Employment Officer. A two- year course at the Naval Postgraduate School leading to a Bachelor of Science Degree in Nuclear Engineering fol- lowed. He was then assigned as Project Director in VX-5 until 1964. From 1964 until 1968, Captain HATHAWAY was Executive Officer and Commanding Officer of VA-195, and Commanding Officer of VA-125. He again returned to 51'-3' .'l Ei- - the U. S. Naval Postgraduate School for a course in the Defense Management Systems, and in December 1968, be- came Commanding Officer of USS MATTAPONI QAO-415. This unit received the Meritorious Unit Commendation for services in Southeast Asia. The next tour of duty carried Captain HATHAWAY to the office of the Secretary of Defense where he was assigned as a military assistant in the Tactical Test and Evaluation Division. In September of 1972, he joined the Staff of Commander SECOND Fleet. In addition to numerous campaign and service medals, Captain HATHAWAY holds the Silver Star, the Legion of Merit, the Distinguished Flying Cross with two Gold Stars, the Bronze Star Medal with Gold Star, the Air Medal with Numeral "28", the Navy Commendation Medal with Com- bat V and Gold Star, and the Navy Unit Commendation for services with CVW-19 between November 1966 and April 1967. He was awarded the Cross of Gallantry with Gold Star by the Republic of Vietnam. Captain HATHAWAY has the distinction of being the first aviator to fly more than 300 combat strike missions over Vietnam. Captain HATHAWAY resides in Virginia Beach, Virginia with his wife, the former Marie Hassett of Mankato, Min- nesota and four of their seven children. Two of their sons are currently attending the U. S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado and their daughter is attending San Jose State College in California. 3 CAPTAIN Ronald T. Kelly COMMANDING OFFICER USS NEWPORT NEWS CA- 148 CAPTAIN RONALD THOMAS KELLY, USN COMMANDING OFFICER Captain Ronald T. Kelly assumed command of NEW- PORT NEWS in May 1973, reporting from duty on the staff of Commander Naval Forces, Vietnam Where he served as Assistant Chief of Staff for Operations and Commander, Coastal Surveillance Force QCTF 1155. Born 20 Feb. 1928 in Montague City, Massachusetts, Captain Kelly attended Norwich University, Northfield, Vermont before appointment to the United States Naval Academy from which he graduated in 1950. He is also a 1967 graduate of the Naval Warfare Course, United States Naval War College and completed nuclear propulsion train- ing in 1957 as one of the first four officers trained for nuclear surface ship operations. Captain Kelly has served at sea in USS LEYTE QCV 321, USS NORFOLK CDL lj and USS LONG BEACH CCGN 95. He was Executive Officer of USS BIGELOW CDD 9421 and commissioning Commanding Officer of USS SAMPLE CDE 10481, serving in command through acceptance, trials and Seventh Fleet deployment from 1967 to 1969. He has served ashore as Flag Lieutenant and Aide to Commander Amphibious Forces, Atlantic Fleet, Assistant Personnel Program Manager for Nuclear Power and Assign- ment Officer for qualified nuclear surface He has served ashore as Flag Lieutenant and Aide to Commander Amphibious Forces, Atlantic Fleetg Assistant Personnel Program Manager for Nuclear Power and Assign- ment Officer for qualified nuclear surface officers, Bureau of Naval Personnel, and Head, ASW Section, Combat Sys- tems Division, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations. Captain Kelly is married to the former Mary Margaret Walzl of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, the couple have three children. PROMOTIONS p Commissioned Ensign 6-50 Lieutenant Qjunior gradej 6-52 Lieutenant 6-5 5 Lieutenant Commander 2-60 Commander 10-64 Captain 2-70 DECORATIONS AND MEDALS U.S. AWARDS Bronze Star Navy Unit Commendation C2 awardsj WW II Victory Medal Occupation Medal National Defense Service Medal Korean Service Medal C2 starsj Vietnam Service Medal Q2 starsj FOREIGN DECORATIONS Vietnam Navy Distinguished Service Order FOREIGN AWARDS United Nations Medal ' Vietnam Campaign Medal Korean Presidential Unit Citation Vietnamese Unit Citation fgallantry colorsj Vietnamese Unit Citation fcivic actionj n i 1 4 4111 -,-Q, .r........ U ,V Q f ......- . ... ...,.. -... - 4 .my-5 ...- L- f' . .. - W . , , . ,,.,...,....,..,,, ,. ,, ., -. 7, ,,.. -1 ,X 4, .... ,.,r,.3., ., .. 1 H v. 1 M ,,. 1. . , 4' . - . . H , ,,.v1.t.-.-.rr-ft., .- rv., : vw.-E.. ....-...1 sm- .Nu ..,:r.m.:rf,,..,.1..,, at , - '- W - - -- -9' -- . -K - -- - H264 125-'PU 950514194 L1 1 2 . V., .4 Y gi 5: Z3 if f? y l- , f i ,1 4 l l l I 1 1 l w l 1 i ll Sl 7vf54,g.:,f jg,-1 ..-.-.-:nn . ,, COMMANDI G GFFICER Captain Ronald Kelly 'ra 3 . A Robert Rathbone Briner was born on 1 June 1932, in Newport, Rhode Island. After graduating from Marblehead High School, Marblehead, Massachusetts, in 1950, he en- tered the U. S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, where he graduated in 1954. Following his commissioning as an Ensign in the U. S. Navy, he received orders to USS YARNALL QDD-545 as Navigator, First Lieutenant, and CIC Officer. From 1956 to 1958 he served on USS WIDGEON CMSC-208j in Sasebo, Japan as Executive Officer. His next assignment was to Norfolk, Virginia, as Aide and Flag Lieutenant to Comman- der Training Force Atlantic Fleet, from 1959 to 1960. From 1961 to 1963 he was assigned to USS BLANDY QDD-9431 homeported in his birthplace of Newport, Rhode Island, as Chief Engineer and Operations Officer. He was then ordered to Buenos Aires, Argentina as Assistant Naval Attache where he served until 1966. His next assignment was as Executive Officer aboard t , ff, . .4 as . , . COMMANDER RoBERT R. BRINER EXECUTIVE OFFICER USS NEWPORT NEWS CA- 148 USS HAROLD J. ELLISON QDD-8641 out of Norfolk. Following his tour on ELLISON, he was assigned to the Pentagon in Washington, D. C., where he served in the Department of Naval Operations as Head of Foreign Mili- tary Sales to Latin America. He then received orders to assume his first command aboard USS MCCAFFERY QDD-860D in Bahrain, Persian Gulf on 18 July 1971. Upon departing McCAFFERY, Commander Briner re- ported to USS NEWPORT NEWS QCA-1481 for duty as Executive Officer. Commander Briner wears the China Service medal, Na- tional Defense Service medal with one bronze star, and the Armed Forces Expeditionary medal with one bronze star. Commander Briner married the former Esther Louise Joyner in Kinston, North Carolina on 12 November 1961. They have three children: Denise Louise, Gay Elizabeth, and James Robert. 45:.'1.m,ua.,n.Kf.'f Z 1 N , i , , -V .r-,-fav,-1.-. n--- ,,, ,W V ,,',l ,v 1 iw-H l V ...-3g.-L ,. -3-mn. ' --. .-.,A..f4.w..,-.1 1- -....g--..-M-, .lu-.'.'4-,,,, f-,..:. .f -,.,,. .g.,,, E E j 7 f 5 I Y 2 ' f BRINER'S X, ,X LAW IF THE SHOE FITS WEAR IT GENERAL ORDER 21 WORK HARD, PLAY HARD THE SHIP COMES FIRST IF THE SHIP IS OFF TRACK, ITS MY FAULT I WANT YOUR ATTENTION I HEAR YOU COMPLAIN, BUT WHAT HAVE YOU DONE TO HELP ALLEVIATE THE PROBLEM. WHAT IS YOUR SOLUTION? IF YOU LOOK SHARP, YOU FEEL SHARP AND YOU PERFORM SHARP WHEN THE GOING GETS TOUGH, THE TOUGH GET GOING KISS PRINCIPAL: Keep It Simple Stupid 13 CHAPLAIN James Pfannenstiel Lieutenant Commander James D. Pfannenstiel, Chaplain Corps, U.S. Navy, was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on 19 July 1935. In 1958 he earned the Bachelor of Arts degree from Grinnell College, Iowa, and in 1961 received his Bachelor of Divinity degree from Garrett Theological Semi- nary, Evanston, Illinois. In 1970 he completed his Master's degree in Journalism at Indiana University. Chaplain Pfannenstiel was ordained in the United Meth- odist Church in February 1962 and entered the Navy chap- laincy in March 1962. He has served at sea aboard the USNS UPSHUR and the USS LA SALLE. Other tours of duty include the Naval Hospitals at Great Lakes, Illinois, and Portsmouth, New Hampshire, the Boston Naval Ship- yard, and Marine duty with the Third Force Service Regi- ment, Fleet Marine Force Pacific. From 1970 to 1973 he served on the staff of the Navy Chief of Chaplains in Washington. He reported to NEWPORT NEWS in July 1973. Chaplain Pfannenstiel resides with his wife and three children in Virginia Beach. l xaa4ra'.sfg1eQ'.-2-1-iLr.f-yfazia-fu--1--3:5-Q rl r ."i4"'F. ff'-1 -'H' ----f-f--w'+f- f -W -' - - ff f- - -f- ,---f-Y ----Y W- -wv,f, V , 4Hs.,r41T.?.-2,144-,,,.,' -- ' - M - - 'W 'W ' "N W' M ""' "' """""" r ' " "Some went down to the sea in ships, doing business on the great waterss they saw the deeds of the Lord, his wondrous work in the deep." Psalm 107:23 God and men come very close together at sea. His presence is seen and felt in the majesty of the ocean and there is a nearness to eternal things seldom known anywhere else. At sea men's thought turn to things like the vastness of creation, and life, and relationships with friends aboard and loved ones back home. At sea men simply know that God has a hand in the important matters of life. Maybe it is in the quiet hours of a mid-watch or a silent prayer before sleepg maybe it is in the warmth of friendship with shipmates' or in worship at sea on a Sunday morning, or the prayerful thoughts about special people who await the shipis return. In many personal ways men at sea know God. And He makes His presence felt - in strength and hope and peace and encouragement and that still small voice that speaks in each man's life with the assurance of a love that never fails. 15 .QL-... -fr an - -- .1...a-if .. ,.4.a:gsg:1.h-Lfazgga-Q:,.i, .f-'-,41112.4.3A.,.,.iv,b.1.,-,.iA,ar-r,.s.r,..L--..ms-.-...ng .nf ' " A.-L- 1 ' ' Y ' Wifi' l X A 1 L ,, I 0 ' u ,,. u ' f A .16 X .A ,Y , Q vi V H A 1,1 Q, . ,- 1 fl f"'L'. 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Forbes, prospective Commander Carrier Striking Force. Also participating were Captain Olaf Bjornstad, Norwegian Navy CRetJ, who has crossed the Atlantic many times, and the youngest and oldest members of NEWPORT NEWS, Fireman Apprentice James Parker and Senior Chief Signalman Lester Garringer. Miss Norway, FA Parker and SMCS Garringer together cut a special cake baked to celebrate the occasion and the as- sembled officers and crew joined in the festivities, as did several Navymen and family members stationed in Nor- way. Aspecial part of our Navy Birthday celebration was the "frocking', of one officer and four chiefs from the ship. When frocked a Navy man is granted the uniform and privileges of a higher rank for which he has been selected, and which duties he is actually performing while awaiting normal promotion. Advanced in the ceremony were Lieu- tenant Richard E. Gallegos, Master Chief Operations Speci- alist James T. Keogh, Master Chief Hospital Corpsman Mordecai J. Hines, Master Chief Hull Technician William J. Hayes and Senior Chief Boiler Repairman Homer Frost. Master Chief Electronics Warfare Technician Willie L. Chap- man and Senior Chief Communications Technician John H. Hughes III from Commander Second Fleet Staff were also frocked. I l I i l l 1 i i r Z I l I l 1 I r f vi ' -,v nr- , VL.. .WZ f f 20' In . 1- 1' lv' ' in I I ' ' . ,f N'-2 is . A ' "" A' " nf - 3 ,, ' X-f X jf, ""'T1 Z 30 ofgfffm -W ,. + -f---- " " ' 14:2-21'-" m- .- 1-,::r:.f,.-Jfsgimfi fm ROTTERD fp - .3 .E Q. XJ tg 3 4 . ,1 mx . l 1 I 'i ... 6 Q n Q 4 3 Z -7, :- -i "1 Ig, -FEL-Q. -5555? CI r .0 N' ' 5' gp. fi, 5'5" - :1 Shu.:-43 .j , T 41,-1 ,lvl 'E t . M' -Q: if "' . ' ": Asif, , ' -4 . I .ki .A ,.',2 5 RGTTERDAM g33 111 l.l 6+ E 1- . 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LCDR Michele OPS ENS Lewis EX ENS Reynolds CR CWO3 Bedrosian S-3 CWO2 Cush E LTJG Meyers M 40 -N " --" r:',r1.:.j::'1vr:,:-TN I V ,V YYY lx Y "' '. 7, ENS Sullivan WEPS LTJG Tody 4th CWO2 Denney EX LTJG Wall ASST. lst LT ENS Crandley COMM LTJG Clark S-1 41 , 1 LTJG Djmambro EWO LTJG Hunt EX ENS Gorman 2nd y, , H ls :I n, I r E I 3 E LTJG McClellan R LTJG Penhollow EX LTJG Whitley Sth E 1 E 1 1 K l E 42 EE1 - 3 V,-, v--f-fy-vx.vF7T:..-1F'Fl1B?2f'--1,,-Jmv..rsL., , .JL , LTJG Sparks E lst. Lt. Markwood MARDET ENS Sallef 3rd LTJG Holzworth A ENS Simpson OE 43 WO1 Fraker EX LT Robiso'n ENG LTJG Adams WEPS LTI G Carpenter EX CWO3 Plourde WEPS ENS Lankenau S-2 ENS Swoboda SIC 44 S ? 4 .,-,. 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RM3 Allen, RMI Hogan RM3 Mathis, RMSN Allred ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT A,B,E,R,M DIVISIONS FA Nicholas ENS Foch ENFN Hickey FA Burroughs MM3 Marlowe MMFR Jett FA Burns FN Mann EN3 Brewer FA Belliveau MM2 Perkins LTJ G Holzworth FN Tungrian FA Wellnitz FA Niswonger FA Crowden FA Gilbertson SA Joy ave MMC Lee W f 'XX x MRFA Johnson FN Ward FA Vera FN Bailey, FA Monte A Q FN Bailey, MRFN Ward, MR3 Dinkins, MR3 Mercado, MRFA Johnson, FA Vera, FN Montesano Wellnitz MM1 Mays, FA Crowden, FN Royal, FN Alonzo 64 MM3 Marlowe, FN Tungrian, EN2 Boston, MMFN Brost, E' FN Morris, BT2 Wray h-"wr nf ' 0 , ' ' 1 t S Y S 4 ,V BT1 Tallent, FN Melhouse, FA Carlton, FA Trent, FN Hood BT2 Northrop, BTFA Beaudrot, BT3 Bennett, BTFR Ker- gis, BTFN Qualls FN Miller BT3 Lester, FN Cruise, FN Fedeli 6 r w 1 ' ii? x I I V N . 1 F , BT3 Elliot FA Mikaele FA Lumsden BT3 Messick FN Ross FA Vickery BT3 Dashnaw BT2 Bruce, BT3 Ragen 66 FA Rowley, BTFN Cruise, FN Kiser, BT1 Holt, FA Silvey -p-'rn-wx r' W'-' M ' '--H -- . 2 ,A'1.?l!!l we .4.-.AV,:. , Y, ., A- A A Iv-""73 EMC Munger, EM2 Lough, EM2 Torres, EM1 Spiller, EM1 Alexander , ' H ' ' V I , - I I . l ' ,EMI Q ' 4 gm b Vv f I ,- ' I I I . I I W ' I .ii I f ,c I, -'Q ,f rf ' 'J Ti' E Ms? . ' ,I f , fr- 4 W 1 ' ,.,. ' ,I , ,I73 um F2 'i Ref In I , 'lyl 1 I . , 2 Iiie I, 'Tw ,'. ' ' I, wif f ' I 4 , 3 f if f ,' f fi' .- I f . ' A . EM3 Nichols, EM3 Hauter, FA Ayende, FA I Brown I I , .,.. ,A I -,..,. ,., - W FN Saunders EM3 Harris EMFA Gorder EM3 Komendat EMI Alexander FA Greenly FA Fife EM3 Smith EMFN Yarnell EMFN Crispe, EM3 Okuczek .1a"l'4- ,M i If I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I" I' a i I ,I gl II' I II- I I 1. I1 ,I II ii II fe II I,I I" EI I I I I I I 'I I 'I I I , . . .5-' 1 ICFA Jackson, IC2 Gordon, IC3 Zechlin IC2 Weddington, IC2 Mahone I 1 r 5 I 3 I r IC3 Perry, FN Solano, ICFN Smith, ICFN Smith M., IC3 Green, IC3 Maki, ICFN McCall E 5 5 1 '-3'!'JXLvveg-wi ---' 3 ' EM3 Saunders, FA Hunter, FN Prosser, FA Yokley FA Bungay. Well-'-2"o 1 5 1 iw. 5, H . -. 4. ,fx ..,, -421, ' Y' 'M an on Qu, an 1 FA Deguzman, EM3 McPherson, EMFN Staples IC3 Thompson, IC2 Gordon, IC2.Poo1e, ICFA Martinez FA Agoot, FA Deguzman, FA Bungay M-DIV FA Jordan, FA Buncab, MMFN Debrason, FA DeFranco, FA Anglin 5585+525 FN Gale, MMFN Atwell, FN Hayes, FA Haddad, FA'Gug- FN Custer MM2 Little MM3 Moore FA Wood MM3 genbiller Hangler FA Buncab, FA Robles, MM3 Free- man, FA Anglin, FN Sambo, MMFN Reguyal, MMl Brugger, MMl Turner f 1 1 - s f Q MM2 Little FA Buncab, FA Robles, MM3 Freeman, FA Anglin, FN Sambo, MMFN Regllyal, MMI Brugger, MM1 Turner 7 1 Fvz. FN Graham, MM3 Welch, MMFN Winkler, FA Ivester, FA Anglin MM3 Rigney, FN Foster -1 2 m ,, V A4 1 fl W z 1 E V 7, lyk? wfff I E i gl ll 5, A f ,XV , ! x , - I I l 1 Q F l 1 , E : 1 Q 1 1 , . 1 i E E R X 1 'l l li 5 l 1 1 , A , l, l FN Woullard, FN Clark, PN Budden, FN Carson, HTI Williams, HT3 Doria, HT3 McMillan, HTFN Mihaly, HTFN Sledge: FA Petrelli, FA Jackson 1 E 3 -i li l 1 ! 72 ja ., .,,,,-,HV, -- Y , 'Y - ,W ,aff V l FA Millwafef, HTFA Beve , FN H d 11 t HTFN '- A FN Carson, HTFN Rule, HTFR Adam, HTFN Moore, liamS,HT3 Hurlbert IS en ers 0 , Wil HTF N Roman ' r l FA A Parker 5 i l HTFA E l Simmons ff, ' HTFA Barnes HT2 Bonner I HTFA 5 Snoke FA Vasquez, FN Hurley , ! 5 FA Kyer, HT3 Grim, FA Rivafd, HTFA Gilbert, FN Holmes I un- I , 1 w 5 l L FN Robinson, FN Brown, HTFN Latorre, FA Sharwarko, HT2 HTFN Sansoucie, HTFN Mihaly, FA Jackson, Wild HTFN Sledge, HT3 Doria, FA Bermudez 73 MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 1 H 1 I 3 DIVISIGN QQ .h ri E , .--:I I - . SA Farmer, HM2 Leblanc, SA Young, SA Johnson, HM3 Kavanaugh SN Keyes, HM3 Duffy, SA Woodall, HM2 Mccauuey, HM1 Colbert HM2 Adgate, SA Farmer, SA Helfrich, HM2 Mullins, SA SA Helfrich, HM2 Mullins, SA Neil, HN Thum, HM3 Myers Neil, HN Thum, HM3 Myers 41 75 - -f4Q:-551, SUPPLY DEPARTMENT S1,S2,S3,S4,S5 DIVISIONS SN Rolon, SN Kerr, SK3 Str011g, SK3 Williams, SR White ISSEEPEIWRII LTJG Clark, LCDR Lovett i'.X2'.'.1S"A ' SN Martin, SN Moore, SN Carey, SN Roberts, SA Moses, SK1 Bennett, SK2 Slack, SKSN St. Ours, SK2 Regan, SA Lee SN Cook, SK3 Taylor SK3 Graczyk, SK3 Schmidt. SN Ellis, SK3 Boyd, SK3 Underwood, .Q 'W r . 17233 ' I I I I I . E l 3225 WM LL I I i I , I I I I , I I I I I I I , I I I 'V Ii, I I 1 I I L I I ,,,,,,, , LTJG Lankenau, CSCM Hill, CS3 Stout CS1 Warn, SN Forest, CSSN Barefoot, CSl Green, CSSN Mages, SN Wall, SN Albanese, CS3 Alexander CS1 Charette, CS3 Newsome, SA Collins, SA Gorman, SA Lanier, SA Pruitt, SA Roam CS3 Zudonyi, SN Barber, CS3 Divoll, CS2 James as 5 78 E , , K H", SA CS2 James SA Lambert CS3 Steiger G y ,Z CSSN Elesland, SA Colwell, SA Rochon, CSSN Latuch, SN Holmes 79 ' ,Q 'YE-i ff-5 5 9, Lh- , Z Xa I SH3 Martin, SA Ladson, Barrett, SN Worrell, SN Chandler, SA Claviso, SN Lopez, SH2 Wiggins SH3 Light, SH3 Friend, SN McCoy, SN Shelton, SH3 Martin - --A--L fr.. SH3 Thomas, SN Brown, SH2 Foxworth, SH2 Barber, SH3 Gonzalez SA Ladson, SH3 Ellis, SN Sambrook, SN Haskins SN Mullins, SH3 Kelson E 1 fx. ,. ., Y ..YY.. , 'fl A '-'--Lag-.-f,.....g-.- -,A,L. .A-Av, A-L -Q., .3ai,,g..f- . 1 SH3 Gonzalez six CWO3 Bedrosian, SH3 Joyner, SN Ramos, SHI Buckacew SA Therrien, SA Ladson, SA Ray, SN Beter, SA Haynes DK3 Souder, ENS Strunk, DK3 Taylor, DK2 Selga, DKC Banta, SN Aguilar, DK3 Carute ,,,,' 1 ENS Strunk DKC Banta S I 4 l I 4 l DK3 Carute, DK3 Souder, SN Agui- lar, DKC Banta, DK3 Taylor, DK2 Selga if I Ili 5 1 82 SDC Muando SD2 Sanlano SD2 Naples SD3 Atrero f , .V ,J f p, A ', I Ga i . f:W,f S-5 f 'B' v Q L :Q ! aff SD2 Sam Saniano SDSN Robert Dehner SDC Wen Mirando SD2 Rodriguez, SDSA Firth, SDSN Flores, SDSA Ragadio, SDSN Smith, SDSN Blue, SD3 Altoveros, SDSN Nelson 84 - A--H ' in NAVIGATIGN DEPARTMENT NAN DIVISIGN w 1 M ei i , i Q 1' EI A I W 1 4 6 'a gl. ,, In I 1 I i i l SA Everette QM 1 Rybczyk QMSA Buie A i QW L , 'z , SN Hoffman, SA Jackson, QM2 White, QMSA Webb QM3 Vorhees NOT PI TU ED. QM3 Chandler C R . SN Stell, SA Self QMSN Ramos n, 1 IE . ,, 1 I w i i i i V nz, .' -A 1 3 , fl- .g-':t:x,,,.A-'..:.. ,-5 , My V LT Kratt 86 .WML ,k., f.,, ,M QMCS Bruno, QM3 Goodlin DENTAL DEPARTMENT D DIVISION Q- LCDR Fady LT Werrell SN Hullett SN Miller DT3 Terry DA Bryan DT3 Cantarella fb WEAPONS DEPARTMENT 4th,5th,7th, DIVISIGNS MARINE DETACHMENT 89 1st,SC,2nd,3rd, 1 . .4 5 .,'V A li 7-H ll li ll A! l 4. ' 1 2 il J a E? 1 L SA Estrella, BM2 Baird, SA Ladson, BM2 Timmons, SR Rodriguez, BM3 Williams, SA Johnson, SA Porter, SA Chasse, SA Archangel, SN Profitt, SA Hartman, SN Herman, SA Love, BM3 Jeffreys, SA Mobley Q, sir I I I SA Anderson, SA Scanlon, SA Dixon, ENS Hofmann, S SA Negron, SA Hartman, L BMI Rogers, SN Goodreau, BM3 Krause I W. lu K "x 1 90 'ggispr-.w-i "' '- ifif'f.i"-4---fy: ' 1 ,Y r . f .,, .. 1' 1 a r 4 H S31 xx si s X T - 'Q J JfN,, gg if Q SN Waldron SN Osborn SN Lawton GMG3 Lisafeld GMG2 Stover SN Anderson SN Morales SA Goodwin SN Demayo GMG3 Martin GMGSN Ray SN Howell SN Severson GMG3 Hudson SN Cohn SN Holloway SN Clegg SN Varney GMG3 Rhan GMG2 Myers SN Cohn, GMG2 Johnson "N, ,fzmzxl Elf i 3 K O I flfffv ' v ,. ,1 s BMC Smith ENS Saller SA Fighera, SA Stapleton, SA Bailey, SA Williams, SA Reid SN McClain, BM2 Isabele, SN Serino, SN Ladika SA Reid, SA Elmer, SA Jensen, BM3 Tomlinson, SN Smith 93 'A ,W - 5 7 SA Betro, SA Reed 1 22 31 ag 11 ,1' 11 qi . SA Brother, 15 SR Atchley, BM3 Stafford 111 1 E11 111 is 1 1 Q1 1. on 1 1 1 11 1 ' 11 ' 11 1 . 1 1 1 SA J urisin I SN St. Laurent 41 SN Constance, SN Collins I 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 94 5 sf E f ABSENT WHEN PHOTOS TAKEN: SA Johnson, SA Wilson, SN Evans, SN Thornton, SR Demars, SN Lewis, SA Bledsoe, SN Aldridge, SN Tyler, SN Alexander, SN Boertmann, SN Weisfield, SN Roberts, SA Manifold, SN York, SN King, SN Cate, SN Carey, SN Constant. K "-vvrp,.,w- -all BM2 Galbraith X6agQPWlir. agb all V slim' , lllmumzs , S W'-' 1' JLF ' i r Jf45 , ' I F L.-74-" 5-il f XE +5 95 GMG1 Goin, GMG2 Darland, GMG2 Robinson, GNG1 Pear- SOD GMG2 King, SA Wells SN Gray, GMG3 Lutz SA Loyd, GMGSN Homoki SN Beers SN Holody, GMG3 Little, GMG3 Hill L o w wTw.wn,---r,w M N ,- V SN Moore, SA Berte GMG3 Aderhold, GMG3 Pinkerton GMG3 Sottile, GMGSN O'Keefe GMGC Myers X GMG2 sf , SN D SN53f1ette ay GMG3 Eigo, SA Wells 97 GMG3 Kinard, SA Beatrice f . Ea f "K fo GMG3 Lutz, SA Engle, GMG3 Hill, SA Gray, GMG3 Baker, SN Holody SN Heese, SN Collins, SN Sanborn A a 1 1 E gr. - V w w I SA Rooks, SA Sharpe, SA Wyatt, SA Easton, SA Masella, SA Miller, SN Hood, SN Adams, BM3 Dyamond, BM3 Eernisse I f 1 I 1 W 4 3 f I SA Vertefeuille, SA Hill, SA Brewington, BM3 McMahon, SA Preller, SA Redmond, SA Golemo I SA Huebner, SA Fellhauer, SN Chatterton, SA Wadsworth, SA Reece 99 I' ' Q E 1 1 1 ! rw Li rl XA I. ina NH Mt WIS Wir M. M. ,Vi 11, SN Gronski, FT3 Bassalitti, FT2 Turley, FT3 Kinsey, FT1 Katzmire :vi I Il I .i fl , lv is , I r 41 M E r I -i i ,s K" W EV 44 li ,gs ' r 11 -i yi .r 1 1 SN Kutil, FT1 Powell, SN Depp, FT3 Avis, SN Brenner HT2 Hudson SN Cerimele FT3 Morse OO L Emmy' '. rig L-Qui-1 , . ' -u M... . 1 1 v 4. 3 i 1 I 1 i i 1. V i 4 I I I 1 1 FT2 MacDon2ld, FT3 Kraham, SN Doughty, SN Micolucci 101 FT3 Hughes, SN Knapp, FT3 Oliver, FT3 Revers, FT2 Reeves, SN Nagy H VY JM-edu' Y I I 4 ,rr V A I A I V A I . K I l-, .ff-,1-,J-fi i' Q f 5 4 I N w w Y ii 1 I F 1 ! H'-v--.----W I .4-. N N , W., 1 FTG3 Revers, FTG3 Williams, FTG2 Heindinger, FTG3 Thomas SA Milana, FTG3 Duncan, SN Nagy, SN Trnka i ' v V FTGSN Williams, FTGSN Johnson, FTG3 Hughes 3 1.. ,, ,V l w SN Farrell, SA Roa, SA Tackett FTG2 Floyd, FTG3 Oliver, FTGSN Knapp, FTGI Taylor gi l i v l l l I l I v 9 l I l FTG1 Taylor 5 y 1 l X SN Robinson, SN Olson, BM3 Bridgeman, SN Casher, BM3 Pan- was I SA Pittman, SA Calautti, BMSN Smith, SN Banks, SA Tracy, SA Young, SA Hunt, SA Faulkenberry, SN Sullivan 104 X Q MARINE DETACHMENT CAPT. Lieurance, lLT Markwood, ISGT Rood, GYSGT Thompson, LCPL Anderson, PFC Anderson, PFC Berte, PFC Beverley, CPL Birming- ham, PFC Branen, PFC Campbell, LCPL Chadwick, CPL Clark, PFC Dickson, CPL Evans, LCPL Free, CPL Hale, LCPL Hodges, LCPL Hughes, LCPL Hunley, LCPL Beeler, PFC Kirn, PFC Lehnert, PFC Main, LCPL Mc- Cartney, SGT Mulloy, CPL Patterson, CPL Reams, LCPL Robinson, LCPL Rust, PFC Rybicki, PFC Severance, PFC Strausbaugh, PFC Taylor, PFC Wade, PFC Welker, LCPL Wilson. 10 1 1 'I II I, . X It SI SI EI I I I1 i. I I flI II i1 II III If I 1 'I QI I QI I QI I 1 I ,I II 111 '1I II I ::E I 11 141 MI 111 NI I1 I1 I 1 1 1l '1 1 I 1I I1 1 E 1 1 I . I I II, I1I 1 11 II I I I 1 1 I 1 , ,1- 'Q OPERATICNS DEPARTMENT 1 1 1 CLOE DIVISIONS OS2 Tramble, SN Dulaney, OSSA Armstrong, OS3 Dotson, OS3 Larkins W LTJG Danos, OSCM Keogh OSSN Coon, OS3 Banks, SA Cunningham, OSSN Connor SA Leech SN Falciano gi .,,, n ,,, S SN Falciano, SA Banks SA Leech, SA Abdo OS3 Dotson OS3 Toms SN Loveless ,,,,,,,,,. f,,,rr1 SN Briggs OS3 Dotson OS3 Larson SA Ashmore OS3 Mansker 1 E 2 4 , E W-L A af' K 1 SN Sawyer, SN Castillo ossA Buf1er,OSSN Lane OS3 Dotson OSSN Davison OS3 Aker SN Shultz SN Sanders IQ 'V H HL NE I N2 ,, 'i I: i'i ,r :lv 5 1 2 i 1 1 X r i s E 4 J " "nf ' SN Zortman, ETN2 Watts, ETR3. 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