Nicholson (DD 982) - Naval Cruise Book

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STGRMS OF LIFE When the storm clouds threaten And on the sea of life welre tossed, When We don't know Where we're going, Feeling all alone and lost, There is a Friend to turn to, A calming Hand to guide your Way. He will make the dark clouds scatter And brighter grows the day. Gloria Hall Wood F ., ,,s, i, A THERE lS AN ANSWER There are so many things in life We cannot understandg We probe and search To reason out What time has dealt and planned. We have to trust That undemeath God moves with ordered paceg Divinely guarding Circumstance That would disprove His grace. He comes to us With healing strengthg The perfect law and power That gives new faith To recognize He still controls the hour. And in the silence of the heart, When hurts rush through to cry, We do not have to question it - We know the reason why. Roxie Lusk Smith CMLSO Minnow Wi? w ' 5 ' ' -1- 'fi'-' '- ' 6 -QS' - - - ' '- Y - ' - - V ' ' ' ' Y .Z " , 5' '. . , ,v,Q.Q....L.a.4a.:-.....-..,..,,....Y..1.,-.w.,.,.. ..4.....,g,......-,, ,..,..4g1.:.-A ,-l-1..Q,.F..44...,,,--.1..,-4,.'.-.4V-D-.,,,b, A - .,. A , Commander Steven K. Johnson, U.S. Navy is a native of McCook, Nebraska. He graduated from the United States Naval Academy in June of 1974 with a Bachelor of Science degree. Following completion of nuclear powertraining in Vallejo, California and Idaho Falls, Idaho, Commander Johnson's initial sea duty assignment was to USS BAINBRIDGE QCGN-255 where he served as First Lieutenant and Machinery Division Officer. Hethen served aboard USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER QCVN-695 as Chemistry Radiological Assistant and Reactor MechanicalAssistant. After completion of the Surface Warfare Officer Department Head Course, Commander Johnson's sea duty billets included Combat Systems Officer in USS PAUL F. FOSTER QDD-9645, and Executive Officer in USS BUCHANAN CDDG- 14l, and Reactor Officer in USS NIMITZ lCVN-685. Commander Johnson graduated from the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School at Monterey, California in June of 1982 where' he earned two graduate degrees CDR Steven K. Johnson Commanding Officer in Mechanical Engineering. His personal awards include the Meritorious Service Medal and the Navy Commendation Medal. Mrs. Johnson istheformer Miss Elizabeth Reece of Bremerton, Washington. The Johnson's have a daughter, Mrs. Roxann Hooper of Groton, Connecticut and a son Marc. .4 LCDR Terry A. Bragg Executive Officer Lieutenant Commander Terry A. Bragg received his commission as Ensign United States Naval Reserve following completion of Officer Candidate School in Newport, Rhode Island. Subsequent assignments include Anti-Submarine Warfare!Gunnery Officer, Damage Control Assistant and Chief Engineer, USS CORRY QDD-8171, commissioning combat Systems Officer of the hydrofoil, ARIES QPHM-55, Combat SYSTEMS Officer, USS DEWERT QFFG-459, staff of Destroyer Squadron 36, homeported in Charleston, SC, and Commanding Officer, Naval and Marine Corp Reserve Center, Savannah, GA. LCDR Bragg holds a B.A. degree in Biology from Appalachian State University, Boone, NC, and a M.A. in Financial Management from the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, CA. LCDR Bragg is authorized to wear the Navy Commendation Medal lGold Starl, the Navy Achievement Medal fGold Starl, Meritorious Unit Commendation, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, National Defense Medal, Coast Guard Operations Ribbon, Sea Service Deployment Ribbon Q4 Bronze Starsl, and the Naval Reserve Sea Service Ribbon. LCDR Bragg is married to the former Phoebe Dellinger of Iron Station, NC. His parents, Captain and Mrs. John Gangwer QUSMC- Retired reside in Jacksonville, NC. .l Master Chief Morris hails from Rome, Georgia where he attended Model High school. He graduated in June of 1959 and enlisted in the Navy in August of 1959. Master Chief Morris received Recruit Training in San Diego, California with follow on training at Radarman "A" school at Treasure Island, San Francisco, California, completing his training in February of 1960. Other military training includes Radarman "B" school, Electronic Warfare training on the ANXWLR-1 series, ANXULO-6 series, ANXSLO-32 series, AN! SLO-34, and other Electronic Warfare Operational schools. Master Chief Morris was stationed aboard USS BRISTER QDER-3275, USS PARSONS QDD- 9497, USS DESOTO COUNTY CLST-11715, USS FORRESTAL CCVA-595, USS RICHMOND K. TURNER QCG-205, USS SELLERS CDDG-111, and USS NICHOLSON QDD-9825, reporting aboard as Command Master Chief in December 1989. His shore command assignments include Fleet Maintenance Activity Group, Charleston, S.C. and Mobile Technical Unit Ten, also located in Charleston, S.C. Master Chief Morris's personal awards include the Navy EWCM Morris Command Master Chief Achievement Medal, Meritorious Unit Commendation Medal, Good conduct Medal fseven awardsl, National Defense Medal ftwo awardsl, Humanitarian Service Medal, plus several service medals and ribbons. Master Chief Morris is married to the former Virginia Hall of Rome, Georgia. They have three sons, David, Bryan, and Michael. A Rear Admiral Donald A. Dyer Commander Standing Naval Force, Atlantic F-iearAdmiral Dyer was raised in Kansas City, Kansas. He graduated from the College of Architecture and design at Kansas State University in 1966, receiving his commission through the ROC Program. He has attended the U.S. Naval Destroyer School, and is a graduate of the Armed Forces Staff College in Norfolk, Virginia, the Naval War College in Newport, Fihode island, and the National Defense University QCAPSTONEQ in Washington, D.C. As a junior officer, Rear Admiral Dyer served as Operations and Salvage Officer in USS ATAKAPA QATF-1495, and as Salvage Officer, Executive Officer and Commanding Officer in USS MOSOPELEAQATF-1581. He participated in numerous Vietnam combat operations as Engineering Officer in USS WILTSIEQDD-8731. As a senior officer, Rear Admiral Dyer senfed as Executive Officer in USS HAWKINS QDD-8735, Commanding Officer in USS McCloy QPF-10383, Commanding Officer in USS MOOSBRUGGER QDD-9801 which participated in Operation Urgent Fury fGrenadaJ and Multinational Peacekeeping Force Operations in Lebonon. ln July 1987, FlearAdmiral Dyerassumed duty as Commander Destroyer Squadron TWENTY-TWO, deploying to the Joint Task Force Middle Eastfrom Januarythrough May 1988. He also served as Commander of SAG DELTA and as Chief of staff to the Commander, Joint Task Force Middle East! Commander Middle East Force. ln otherassignments, FiearAdmiral Dyer has served as a Surface WarfareAssignment Officer in the Bureau of Naval Personnel, Aide to the Chief of Staff to the Supreme Allied CommanderAtlantic, Aide to the Chief of Naval Material, Director, PCOXPXO Training at the Surface Warfare Officers School Command, Newport, Fil, Deputy Chief of Staff, Plans and Policy, for the Supreme Allied Commander, Atlantic, and assumed current duty as Commander, Standing Naval Force, Atlantic on 15April 1992. FlearAdmiral Dyer is married to theformer Grace M. Harman of Kansas City, Kansas. They have tow sons, William and Paul and tow daughters, Dana and Elizabeth. l X I 1 1 9 li I 'NP' N mmfxn I f X xx XxxssS". H P, CGM ANY 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Y 1 1 1 1 A OPER TIONS i Q J 5 ea 1 , .2 He'Jf!'- F? V -H Rf . 2:54 N5 wk -.' L LCDR Keith M. Sutyak Q e f V QS 49 f f Q .e e WXNXXWW, ,,,,fJ.QsNc ,,gQ ?!Z, . , lzxs Q ff AY A-X Wx fee 1. wi, x ww, essex V mc. W e .M A M fL5iQsg::. XX , W x Siwsw ff e , f em - ,CW LT Herve M. Blejean OC DIVISIO CUMMUNICATIONS LTjg John M. Stadtmueller RM1 Richard S. Powel Radioman fRMJ UNCLASSIFIED RAAUZYUW RUCBSGG6213 1451000-UUUU-RHBAICK. ZNR UUUUU R 1411002 JUL 92 ZYB FM USS NICHOLSON TO ALL FAMILIES, FRIENDS, AND NEIGHBORS BT UNCLAS SUBJISHOW OF LOVE AND APPRECIATION MSGIDIGENADMINXNICHOLSONI-fJULl! RMKS!1. ON THE 14TH OF JANUARY, WE LEFT OUR HOMES, OUR LOVED ONES, AND OUR FRIENDS TO BECOME A PART OF THE NATO FLEET AS A MEMBER OF THE STANDING NAVAL FORCES ATLANTIC. WE WERE EXPECTING TO WORK HAD. BUT ALSO TO HAVE FUN. WE DID BOTH. 2. ALL DURING THE CRUISE, THE,COMMUNICATORS OF NICHOLSON WERE TASKED WITH MANY AND VARIED CHALLENGES, ALL OF WHICH WE MET AND OVERCAME. THERE WERE A LOT OF LONG NIGHTS AND AT TIMES WIEDID NOT EVEN HAVE MUCH OF A CHANCE TO BREATHE, BUT THROUGH IT ALL WE DID OUR BEST AND PROVED THAT WE CAN HANDLE ANY AND ALL CHALLENGES THROWN OUR WAY. : 3. NOW THAT THE CRUISE IS COMPLETED AND WE ARE ONCE AGAIN UNITED WITH THE ONES WE LOVE, WE LOOK BACK ON ALL OF OUR ACCOMPLISHMENTS WITH A FEELING OF PRIDE AND PROFESSIONALISM IN A JOB WELL DONE. 4. TO ALL OF YOU THAT WE LEFT BEHIND THESE LONG 6 MONTHS WE WOULD LIKE TO SAY THANKS! THANKS FOR ALL THE LETTER, THE PACKAGES, AND ALL OF THE WARM WISHES AND PRAYERS THAT WERE SENT OUR WAY. YOU AT HOME, WITH ALL OF THE SUPPORT THAT YOU GAVE US, MADE IT POSSIBLE TO DO OUR JOBS THE BEST WAY WE KNOW HOW: EXCELLENTLYQ AND TO MAKE THE CRUISE AN ENJOYABLE ONE. 5. FROM ALL OF US AT 'COMMUNICATIONS STATION NICHOLSON' TO ALL OF YOU: THANKS! 'LIVE LONG AND PROSPERIW BT lv RMC Jan C. 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Moog ET1 Michael D. Eusepi ETIQSWJ Jeffrey A. Johnson DSIQSWJ Stephen D. Elliott I 'I I I U I I I I I I I .4 J, ff .W W ET2 Thomas R. Scheppler DS2 Michael S. Driscoll DS3CSWJ Biian J. Clapp NMI! ETZCSWJ James E. Palmer DS2 Ronald J. Lopez ET2 Bryan C. Glass ET2 Robert G. Cunnings 74' ET2 Troy G. Davidson DS2 James A. Elliott 'X 4 .. ss Q 'J' Q WX X A - X V, Wm ff , is 'WW l . ff- g W aw WR W , 1 sfswm., .fm . !4 WFYWW' . 'U 1. Z 'ZW Qs, " X Wim I ,,. k ww iv-,5 ET3 Todd R. Smith DS3 George E. Coffey DS3 Robert J. Talbot DS3 Jeffry A. Bragg ET3 Gordon L. Hacker ET3 Jason C. Cook ET3 Keith E. VanHouten ET3 Michael Bolt ET3 James Malone l l Q ll l I I V li l I A fl ,Q CSF DIVISIUN x fi. 5 - GLY' 1 ll! !. W - Qi X? .O ENS Em: J' Burke N FCCMKSWD James Sullen 'N. 0 o 0 D O f as E I a 0 3 E. 23 U . 1 - 2 Gcc coNsoLE . s s E s W ssss ss ss J ssss s ss s .I 4 8 ......... .,,.. .... .... . ...... y ' War FCC Jeffery A. vandervon FCIQSWJ Steven A. srmhm FC IKSWJ Tony R. Roberts FCI James M. Kerr 1 1 V l l l l l l 1 i l 1 w FC2 Mark A, Davis FC3 Steven G. Moore FC3 Robert S. Gaskins FC2 Richard A. Holland FC3 Jon M. Briley FC3 Jeffrey W. Helm FC3 Peter Leiland FC3 Chris Bavender FC3 Christopher D. Stanley SN Percy D. Carter l r l 1 l x I MEL., als LTI G Paul J. Gallagh FCCCSWJ Ohver E. Mamn FC1 Eric V. Gutierrez X I Q r FC3 Jason P. Slay FC3 Shawn P. Fitzgerald X. Michael J. Vandenynde FC3 Keith L. Coyle Q WM 'X4 I-I ' i l l FC1 Wilhelm J. Alef Jr. X li A l l e l I 1 CSG DIVISIO x ,1 Y! giwigiw' mamma WEE?-SQ GMC Andrew Smiih i?dF'bfNN' V . w s?""f 7 .2 QQQQQJ LA .xv 11, , T59 X f,ir,'Vf?lLr?:f!k , N. wff 1 g f' 5 W 3- un I I W INF' ' 'Pg 'N 42" uf fi, 'KW 'K 1' ir, 0 1 RN in ' ,Q .tx ,4 ,n ' ,fs LX 'ls-px "N x,,' v iiwfy W:,.. I-1' Q, "Um y MM' Eggs ni"W Y EEF! l .- X gp img A JQIQQN.. .5 X ha' 10 X mX" Z F 7 GMG2 Donny Dean Webb GMG3 Paul C. Poole GMG3 Carlton W. Simms GMG3 Sam Vanstory II . ENGINEERING - CHQ aa In-mm Us 5? --. Wg., LT Micheal J. Foster We fag lun, Nw ..-fx ' , 1 LTR Dave Raby 1' , ENC Donald Blasingame : i'-sflig !i',,,il!!!. Q W v u , .,1 g. Q' 1. . V . -, HK a L4 5 T !i' 'I il , - l EN1 Danny Woudema EN1 Johnny Capps M 7? l M' I EN3 Jackson EN3 Michael LOCK EN3 Tyson Boheler EN3 Joseph Sylve Q Y ENFN Darrell Rhoads PICTURE NOT AVAILABLE ENC Finch EN2 Dailey EN2 Christopher Toney EN2 Milton Williams EN3 Goodman EN3 Gregory Lomax ,,,,,, V mhfw l Q ENS Chxistopher Femandez EM1 Robert Celestino 1 Q EMC Emesto Obando IC1 Randall Kvamme EMI Greg Swigart EM2 Amos Slatten Brian Macello EM3 Townsend IC3 Dumas EM3 Wendell Manuwa EMFN Jeremy Holmes EMFN Michael Davis EMFA David Knox EMFN Bryant Simpson EMFN Moms Thompson EU!!! Q 9095 v" S ,fs 3. 3 Q". s T- .fl V' ,, ,. if 1 .' ,X'Q.. lx X if 9 no S si' sfo ,Q so so Q 06.9 Q ENS Tom Womble I DCC Rodger Williams DCI William Merkel DCI Peter Lutz DCI Barton Gauthreaux A, i if f . Q f if 'Q D E ,U X 'M I N. S . S I 1 5-V it . .' -s tu I li wp A X' -IW I DC2 James Scruggs DCFN Deandre Harris DCFN Robert Allen f W f W f MMM W W W DC3 James Coker DC3 Timothy Veilleux DCFN Melvin Smith 5-qwff' LTjg Andy Land GSEC William Curby GSMC Michel Nelson DI 1310 GSCS Robert McCorkle GSMC Mickey Wright GSMI ' ' 'W - . Kevm Smlth GSEI Robert Vanderfin GSM2 Hiram Diaz GSMI Robert Hammond GSE2 Kenneth Smith GSE3 Rogelio Ortega GSM3 Michael Rau GSE2 Eric Kelsey GSM2 Reginald Kennybrew GSM2 Carroll Kennemer GSM2 Douglas Roth GSM2 James Tingey GSM2 Charlie Shinn GSM2 Robert Bowman GSM2 Edmond Billington GSM3 Bowens GSM3 Schroeder GSM3 Michael Laver GSM3 Ray Rodgers gllggg KJOQSJQ N51 .IUZBIBS L1d9S0f Nd SWRPV Ncl gpuelg 3I9!1P91:I EEISD W UOBSHH H0103 NdWSD aqosg selfinoq Nd 119391121 H1951 Sass E KQIQOW blvwvd Sass uoluw wax Sass Slams wvuum swso KHQS 1QL1d01Sr1u:J swso ZQUFUUW PIAUG EWSD 1aSu1Z11emqog sewoql gwgg E 1 i Q, I 1 R-DIVISIG X l S. CJK E ENS Marc Lederer HTl John Ramsey HTI Michael Wolfinger HT2 Gary Michel MR2 David Freeman MR3 Robb Weaver Q HT2 Bruce Williams MR3 Scott Shepard HT3 David Ashby HTFN Anthony Gonzales px ? 3 X W v X if S 5-2-ff .wx Q' Q W W ,056 iffsxf ,X N X Nw x 2 jg ,rg X 1 Q is V!! i ff 1,3 f I 3 l 4 E N AVIG TIO Ti llll QMI Todd Forbes LTjg Daniel Miller QM2 Darryl Daniel QM3 James Henley QM3 Russel Sinclair QMI Benjamin Barrett l QM3 Dominic Colantonio Q ig , 5 mul Z 2' my ' f my " ' ff m ,,,,, , ' ' Af , ff KW Z! ' 13" X W f I I' Lf' A . I XE, K OL Y , .M fi f , ,, I I. 2, ,WWW , , I , Q ,, !:ZI,, , , , ,,,,, ,, ' N ' M" f' ,, X, ,4 I WNW MM .aff H1 wwf ' ' I flhw ' A, ., 'CP' C 0 0 0 .,. 4 I1 Q iix ff 1 1 '- I 1 ADMINISTRATION lllll LTjg Thi Truong HMC William Ansel MAC John Ross EMC Beryl Murdy ' l Y v NC1 Robert Reninga YN1 Ernest Tyler I i l ! 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I l u n R S Q I rk 54' .. ,I 1 i 5 Q w X wt, 3 x 4 1 I X fl K 1 f, . , ff , , 1' , X W x 4 Z f v Y,- CRUISE STATISTICS SPECIAL STUFF Tours given by IVIWR: 49 "Family-grams" sent out: 2375 Reenlistments: 20 FUEL USED DURING CRUISE Jet fuel for helo: 45,000 gallons Fuel for ship: 3.5 million gallons AMMUNITION EXPENDED DURING CRUISE 5 inch: 583 rounds CIWS: 3942 rounds M-14 rifle: 840 I .45 caliber pistol: 3365 rounds Chaff: 6 rounds Exercise torpedoes: 4 Sonobuoys: 257 SHIP'S STORE fSaIes: 3124231 .751 AND CREW SERVICES Haircuts: 1840 Cans of soda: 75,000 Tins of snuff: 1700 Ship's stickers: 2700 7 Bars of soap: 800 Walkmans: 30 Checks cashed onboard: S735,000 Laundry washed: 75,000lb Command ballcaps: 2000 AA batteries: 1100 Watches: 70 Bags of popcorn: 1500 Twix candy bars: 2300 FEEDING THE CREW fTotaI COST: 53088111 Hamburgers: 12,384 Cheese slices: 20,700 Milk: 4,194 gallons Eggs: 99,720 Rice: 2,960 pounds Potatoes: 6,340 LAMPLIGHTER 344 Flight hours: 450 ASW hours: 80 Deck Landings: 510 Chicken: 5,364 pounds Coffee: 1,480 pounds Bread: 16,274 pounds Fruit Juices: 15,000 quarts Sugar: 2,840 pounds Apples: 1,784 pounds Sorties flown: 245 MEDEVAC's: 5 Personnel transferred: 135 COMING HCME I can hear the voices, From a mile away. Yet I can't understand, Just what they say. We've been away, For so very long. Away from our loved ones, Gur hearts grow strong. We've traded normal lives, For the confinement ofthe sea "WE" are the sailors of, The USS NICHOLSON, My shipmates and me! Throughout the course, Of our six month deployment, We've seen so very much. Now we're coming home, To be reunited with our Families, friends, and such. So here's to this festive hour of home coming, We've awaited since The day we sailed away. lt's here, at home, Our hearts will-stay! Lloyd W. Wh gli V W 4 "i""""T"' ""' 7" 1 'N " 1llV'X-51144.-All " " ' L I lf!" X


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