Nimitz (CVAN 68) - Naval Cruise Book

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' Vs' V V' QV,-V-3 V 'QVQVVVVB-z.x,n,Vn a i :J k h V---- ' VV V ax is A H g V VQAVMVVVVVV M If ly 1 V V-V our haha.-. ,, .. ..,....V- - . -V.. vw., .,.,.........1,...,-,.- -.f.:,..-4 ,...,.., ., x. f-rf-.-. , . ----sw-F"-J'-'--'-'--A . -,.,,,.,.f. 1,.,,,,,... ,.......,,,w,,,.,...,...,.4...q-,,....,-,-......,....,4,,,,....,.,,,,,..,Vx , , Y . .. , , . . 2- 1 V I 4 I 1 Fleet Admiral Chester W imitz Fleet Admiral Chester W Nimitz Chester William Nimitz was born in Fredericksburg, Texas, on February 24, 1885. He was appointed to the U. S. Naval Academy in 1901. His graduation with distinction from that institution in 1905 began a career un- paralleled in the annals of naval history. Illustrative of his outstanding service to his country and the world were the conferrnent of the highest honors of the United States government, decorations and awards received from thirteen foreign governments, and honorary degrees conferred by nineteen American colleges and universities. On Iune 15, 1939, Admiral Nimitz was appointed Chief of the'Bureau of Navigation for a term of four years. Before the term was completed, however, the United States was at war, and on December 31, 1941, he became Commander in Chief, U. S. Pacific Fleet. On April 3, 1942, he also assumed the title of Commander in Chief, Pacific Ocean Areas. The rank of Fleet Admiral of the United States Navy was established by an Act of Congress approved on December 14, 1944. This highest grade inthe Navy was established for certain officers of the active list, and the next day the President of the United States nominated and, with the advice and consent of the Senate, appointed Admiral Nimitz to that rank. He accepted the appointment and took the oath of office on December 19, 1944. .signing Of me Japanese surrender document aboard USS MISSOURI in Tokyo Bay gjseptember 2 19-4? ,,.,,. ..... ,,,,,,,.,,,,...,..T..,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.........,,..,..,-.......t...4.-q-1-umm.-,..-f-11-,.,...4,5 ,...,-.-,,,,..,v:-5... qs., ,.,.. -..-...T , ...,---as--Qf.,,. ,.. f-iw.. .vw-M - -4-rg-r--as -....-. 5'-41-fu Admiral Nimitz was presented the Distinguished Service Medal, awarded in the name of Congress by the President of the United States. The citation accompanying this award best describes his contribution to important Pacific actions: "For exceptionally meritorious service to the Government of the United States in a duty of great responsibility as Commander in Chief of the Pacific Fleet since December 31, 1941. At the most critical period of the present war in the Pacific, Admiral Nimitz assumed command in that area and, despite the losses at Pearl Harbor and the tragic shortage of vessels, planes and supplies, organized his forces and carried on defensive warfare which halted the japanese advance. As rapidly as ships, personnel and material became available, he shifted from defensive to offensive warfare and, by his brilliant leadership and outstanding skill as a strategist, enabled the units under his command to defeat th.e enemy in the Coral Sea, off Midway, and in the Solomon Islands, and to capture and occupy the Gilbert and Marshall Islands . . .H Admiral Nimitz was also awarded the Distinguished Service Medal by the Navy Department,for"exceptionally meritorious service as Commander in Chief, U. S. Pacific Fleet . . .U The citation states that "his conduct of the operations of the Pacific Fleet, resulting in successful actions against the enemy in the Coral Sea, May 1942, and off Midway Island, fune 1942, was characterized by unfailing judgment and sound decision, completed with skill and vigor . . .H Another highlight in the career of Fleet Admiral Nimitz was his participation as one of the signers for the United States when Japan formally signed the surrender terms aboard the battleship USS MISSOURI in Tokyo Bay. On October 5, 1945, which had been officially designated as "Nimitz Day" in Washington, D.C., Admiral Nimitz was personally presented a Cold Star in lieu of the third Distinguished Service Medal by the President of the United States "for exceptionally meritorious service as Commander in Chief, TU. S. Pacific Fleet and Pacific Ocean Areas, from June 1944 to August I945." On November 26, 1945, his nomination to be Chief of Naval Operations for a term of two years was confirmed by the Senate. He hauled down his flag at Pearl Harbor and on December 15, 1945, relieved Fleet Admiral Ernest 1. King as Chief of Naval Operations. He was awarded the Cold Star in lieu ofa fourth Distinguished Service Medal. On December 15, 1947, he was detached as Chief of Naval Operations and ordered to San Francisco for duty as directed by the Secretary of the Navy. On january 1, 1948, he reported as Special Assistant to the Secretary of the Navy in the Western Sea Frontier, and served in an advisory capacity, assisting in other matters pertaining to the Navy and his government when called upon. The brilliant career of the famous Fleet Admiral ended with his death in San Francisco on February 20, 1966. Jfffigyhi The signing of the contract for the construction of United States Ship NIMITZ. United States Navy Commanding Ufficer C t ' B W. C to , fr., holder of the Navy Cross, five Distinguished Flying Crosses, the Bronze Star Illedaljpfihig Aiilchllrledalsjyghid rlwo Navy Commendation Medals is the Comrnandin Officer of NIMITZ KCVAN-68 l. fl Captain Compton graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland, and was commissioned an Ensi n in .Iune 1951. H' ' d ' ' ' g is first uty assignment was in the escort carrier SICILY, deployed in the waters off Korea. Following that assignment, the Captain attended flight training and earned his wings as a Naval Aviator in May 1953. His first assignment as an aviator was with Support Squadron TWENTY-SEVEN, flying the Grumman "CuardianW from the decks of the aircraft carriers KULA GULF, LEYTE and ANTIETAM. In February 1955, he reported to Attack Squadron THIR TY-FIVE stationed at Cecil Field, Florida. In VA-35, operating from the aircraft carrier TICONDEROGA and flying the "Shyraider7,, Captain Compton served as Landing Signal Officer and Flight Officer. Following an assignment at the Naval Academy as an instructor in the Depart- ment of Electrical Engineering and as a student in jet transitional training at Olathe, Kansas, the Captain fthen Lieutenantj was assigned to Attach Squadron SIXTY-SIX where he flew the A4D 'CSIcyhawIt" at Oceana, Virginia, and from the dech of the carrier INTREPID. He was then assigned to the Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California, as a student. From Iuly 1963 to December 1965, Captain Compton served as Ordnance Officer in the nuclear powered carrier ENTERPRISE. After a brief tour with Attach Squadron FOR TY-FOUR for Air Wing Replacement Training and as Executive Officer in Attack S uadron SIXTY SIX b q - , a oard the aircraft carrier AMERICA, he reported to Attach Squadron ONE HUNDRED SIXTY-THREE as Executive Officer and later as Commanding Officer, serving in the carrier ORISKANY. In 1968 and 1969 Captain Com ton atte d d h N , p n e t e aval War College, Newport, Rhode Island. After graduation, he was assigned as Aircraft Projects Officer, Naval Weapons Evaluation Center, Albuquerque, New Mexico, and then underwent nuclear power training at Mare Island, California and Idaho Falls Idaho Prior to being assigned as Pros ective C d f' p ornman ing Ojficer of NIMITZ, the world7s largest uiarship, Captain Compton was the Commanding Officer of the Attach Cargo Ship EL PASO ' De h C . grees t e aptain has earned are an Associate of Science Degree from Marion Military Institute, located in his native state ofAlabamag Bachelor of Science Degree from the 'V ZA ' ' U I 1 ava cademy, and a Master of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering from the Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California. Captain Compton is married to the former Mar T l ' a y ay or of Huntsville, Alabama. With their four children, the Cornptons live in Virginia Beach, Virginia. ' ..1..,...-.,A--...........,....1..,.. --, ggL......................,...,... ...,f..---...?..Na-.s----f---.-.a-.-.. .-.N.,.,-...........-.....+...4.,,L,......,s.Q...1.......-,,..,, .. . V n Captain Bryan W Compton, Jr Captain James Ii Maaldin United States Navy Executive Officer Captain fames 11. llauldin, Executive Officer of N1.111TZ fCV!1N-682, reported for duty in December 1972. Prior to reporting to .W,11lTZ, the Captain completed nuclear power training in New Yorh and Washington, D.C. Captain .Wauldin graduated from Ceorgia Tech Cnioersity with a Hachelor of Science Degree in 1953 and a .Uaster of Science Degree in Physics in 1955. Following graduation, he was commissioned an Ensign and under- went Navy flight training in Pensacola, Florida, and Corpus Christi, Texas. From September 1956 until August 1959, the Captain served as a pilot and administrative officer with Attach Squadron TH11? TY-FIVE at the Naval Air Station, fachsonville, Florida. ln September 1959, and until func 1963, Captain fllauldin attended the Cali- fornia lnstitute of Technology where he earned a .Uaster of Science Degree and the Degree of.f1eronautical Engineer. ln fuly 1963, he attended the Safety School at the University of California and rcportcd to Attach Squadron FOR TY-FOUR at Cecil Field, fachsonville, Florida in September 1963. ln .March 19611, the Captain reported to Attach Squadron TIHR TY-FOUR and from llarch 1966 until Jllarch 1968 served in the aircraft carrier SflRx1TOCf1 as the aircraft handling officer. Following a tour in Washington, D.C. with the Center for Naval xinalysis, he reported to the Naval K1 ir Station, Lemoore, California, for duty with flttach Squadron ONE HUNDRED TWENTY- TWO as a replacement Pilot, with fittacl-t Squadron ONE HUNDRED FIFTY-1"1VE as Executioe Officer, and later as Cornrnanding Officer. ln july 1971 he began Nuclear Power Training at the Nuclear Power School, Vallejo, California. During his 20 years service, Captain Jllauldin has been awarded the Bronze Star ,Uedal and the National Defense Service Medal. Captain llauldin is married to the former .Vary lnman Hell of rltlanta, Ceorgia, and they have two daughters. ff a , ., i ! ay - Nimitz keel was laid 22 June 1968 at Newport News, Virginia f W aa'4V a e IME-1" 1 .i,,f ii w w K Lm1f"'f-ci V - -A -,.----.-f-- V- '-,' V"'EfEijf fi Q f f V+ ,, , 'i4iJfw.,. 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'I 1 3':'d'V V 35331 .Li ' , . sm, .1 3' fig g'1, ' riff! 1 f 35".f"'4"'55fk 5 ow'- -0- 7' flag, 1 3 N Qbx NEIPOHT NEWS SHWSUILDING AND DRY DGCK CDHPAHY Y R i. Ixe, -- , Y, I 7, lr- rfb--,,..-.-',-1,-T-:., ,.,L.,,, ,,- 4,-,.,W-f--A - ' ----' ' N ' .4-v - '.f'. . l fi- sv ' if-. 'I . ll to 0' 4 fa 'i w 2 I HV f wi., mf'-In ' 1 . ' av si Y 1 "2 N lv I 1 S i X ,v Y 'x z I i T f 4 iff 5 fi 1 2 if' QQ i Z 5 E Z z , ? 5 an 4, ,., ., - . V ..--.. ........v.u..-. ...un arra- 1 'Q sq-Pj, Q, v x .Wg 1 P . ' g ,v-ff. ' 4' 4" V 'GTK' C ' ' .1 f ,vp z . v 4 I Eff O ,I -'L fu-Q 1 143 'fl' On her first sea trials, Nimitz went to sea under watchful and concerned eyes . . . 0, , ,,,,,,,,-li ,ff-2. j..!4 kfrw , 5 . A ' V I 51: 4, '.-.,, f -.u , -fn-,.u,Qg.. -r Home of Nimitz precommissioning crew at Newport News Naval Shipyard Q an x Q Q . K X -- ' ' ' ' Nova-:E td . ,Aix .iii 35 , K V . , X-yr wk? . n W' 3 ,S 1:7 .L 4.5 --..,,k- Y, ., L- , ,R .Q In mmf' N' , qlqrt ,,,, , M , .4351 21.1, H... 4. 4, P -nf--f-n:4:- , WF. rr' ll I ' A 1 JR il l m 6' L' 1.17 A ! y' v--..-:- W, Y -.. ,, -s., ,.4.Q -..,,,,,,,-A .A , , 4. :Q . .-,J C-L,- The first catapult test prepares machines and men for the aircraft to follow. ---.........,,.......,...,,. -- ' . .ek...1.....,,..,....,,,-K nil N USS NIMITZ arriving at Pier 12, NOR Norfolk, after official delivery Lo the Navy. QM. ,,,., Wow I r Full power trials bring white water over the fantail. Delivery ofNimitz to Navy 11 Agri! 1975. 23 if t it 7 'M aiding Officer V if The Prospective Comma ' ' Company arid, Ship s request the honor of your presence at the oomrwissioriirig of the SHIP NIMITZ CCVAN-689 UNITED STATES at Pier Twelve tation N orfolk, Virginia orb Saturday, the third, of May himclrea and severity-fifve riirieteeii at two o'otook N avalr S -5-1-adv-4 -- Fl' , - -ra- ,f'. --'Q - U! 1 slr Nnfuucix ,.f-.-- v Wav- S Q-90 M J. ., v, f. ks ff 49 if ,f--W-, ff-,-, .pf .yi .V i. -,. 7'1,w-.,......ig-..7,v.--..-,-v.....,,, . Q ,sv f'N 1. u n . """. ,. I .5 'I ' , S I A C 1 N45 24 - 1 HI.: 5-if 5 -7 :I 'M' 5.5 'Q L . ' 1 75 " 'ty LH:-H f V. ,, 1:5 4 ,rf UNL' ' , ., , W, V :,. , ,, Y.. 5 ,J sh? 'Q' 4 , N 73 1,.,,4, Wt I-N, .U H Iigmamwm' W x -.1 1 f .T-, WK. - 15,-, , , 4 .Un V 1: yy rf- 5211- ' J f iffy Jr W Vx -.-4. ws-.-1 'ltr-c-1'---1121-1-qw-x-uw-r QNX . 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'f nm' URW it ULN 4150 S., uf s S- M 'W' NG' r' U n 8 112.15 Q-I .ur-'P' N F. 1 1 'A '11 nu-"' fx USS Nimitz . . . first and foremost . . . an important nuclear age fighting ship O f f f f f if vw ffff QA A ,f 7,f,,A?f!f7,,WM6 ,gaffv aff 449 g Lgmf, ,,.55,f,f54f,j 4 4 957 ff 46 ff uf, ,WQZWQ if 'f ' f7?7ff' X2 S70 fi f .WN fkflp, f f ff, , 'f X f Lffggf 51 ff 'ff f ,ff V ,gg-Wgff X ff, ' X .wwf ,Tv 5 f--M, NUJ .f . ., . ., J , - ,.,.,,..,.,.,.....,..,. X 4 W u ,A W C N i l 1, 1 1, N M I 1 I 1 While her giant catapults launch her supensonzc azrcraft, o o Q , W , ' 4- ? 4 W W g :f If 4 kfff, , 1 36 Y V , Ml , 1 f ' ,.....,..... ,Ax N , , , ., A - 1---ff'--'--"-1'-'--"'1 - S , ,,,,..w...,...A.........,.................. W -w,..,,,,.,,,....A-- --1 ---C Mission - air operations anywhere in the world ml . . others of her clan are heading in for a landing. --.i'.'Z5b V M Q E ,AI V I 'V uss mmrz I i VMFA-3QQw . 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I "' ' ,I' -1 H I-H' '-Q25 - if 1, --':".,!4'iQ.. ' -z'f1'LEf:5, Y v V..-f,. ....,...1m.. J, 4, , LL,.,.Q... UM. , , 9. 0. W., and all too soon, it was over. ,Aff J-f'f'v'f Waring' ,V , .1 , ,1-A " Fm MH. 'QM W R gm Q ,.......,.,,.,4N..., 'T a n ,f 4 :Ea Q N X ,X X .E XX xxx 'N At Gitmo we trained around the cloclzl in simulated battle conditions. There was time for liberty too . . . .lg F I 1 I 1 1 W l i v 5 le E he Y 5 i Y M 5 F! 3 . - f 1 i l 3 ,fr X xg 1 1 ! ,Q L 1 Again at sea - the ship's own true environment, we looked forward to the cruise of Task Force 75. ,,:4,A'f-,. 'Fr-is E, 1 V -Q ,wr e ., ?1!w.',- f , , , .1,f,4,,gx,,,v. W eoQ,, awww V, pi. ' ' ' N NY ' 'fl " QM ' 11-1 ,, .yu mf' N . 5 .,,,, W , H wwj I1 ., Mya . M ., - 5' 4 'Bri if - -- Nimitz Facts USS NIMITZ is the largest warship ever built, she displaces 95,000 tons with a combat load and her flight deck is longer than three football fields. Accomodations aboard NIMITZ total over 6 000 With a ship this size go the problems of logistics, distilling fresh water, feeding the huge crew and many bther services needed by a modern warship. Feeding the crew, when all 6,000 are aboard, can be a very expensive and massive job. When the galley in NIMITZ if fully operational, it serves over 18,000 hot meals per day. Over a month,s time a crew of about 6 000 ll wi consume in the neighborhood of 30,000 dozen eggs, 360,000 pancakes and well over 81,000 pounds of rheat. This is in addition to the enormous amounts of fruit, vegetables, flour and milk it takes to make a well balanced Navy meal. NIMITZ can carry provisions for 90 continuous days and can load 200 tons of su l' ' h pp ies in an our. The evaporators have the ability to distill 400,000 gallons of fresh water daily. Th S l D ' ' ' e upp y epartment carries over 120,000 items from soap to aircraft engines. The monetary value of all these items is over354,000,000. Each payday Disbursing pays out more than 8450,000. in salaries. The tw0 monthly paydays, combined with an extra 8200,000. disbursed over the month for travel claims, TAD orders, etc., totals over 81,000,000 disbursed monthly. In order to anchor the 95,000 ton ship it takes two 60,000 pound anchors each attached to the ship by cl 684 link chain. Each link of the chain weighs 365 pounds for a total of' 249,000 pounds per chain. The grand total of the two anchors is approximately 620,000 pounds, or 31 tons! When NIMITZ is tied to a pier it takes I2 lines with each li b ' 600 , ne eing feet in length to tie her up. Six hundred seventy two gallons of grey paint and 104 gallons of black paint are used to paint out the approximately 194,000 square feet on NIMITZ from the flight deck to the water line. Probably the most important statistic of NIMITZ is that, because of nuclear power, she can, under normal operating circumstances, operate for 13 years without refueling the core of her reactors. Because NIMITZ doesn't require any conventional fuel, the space normally used for fuel by aircraft carriers can be used for aircraft fuel. This extra amount of fuel will allow NIMITZ to run flight operations for 16 continuous days. ,.a. ,r .0-" . ' H 'tw Qf..,,,, ,,,-... f W.u,,,,,3'j W-.. ,,,of- av' uve' uf Q ,H 7 ..-,,.1,. Wk vt-v ' ,. In ., f wx., "" A N ,,.,. ,x f X -,,. - Vfflkfy ,. Q., , N A ...M 7 7 4-'.,,., A .,,Q,,,, , , ' " 4. Y 3' . uf , ' ,h 'ff 4,, v ' 144 K s N Mm 0 ,X f --Q. -,gf - f-L-fr-wr? - . L y Mfg ,, NWN! 'A J KA' ' " A f - ,t 7. "7 ' wg. ,.,, ,K ,.., K M N ,JT 4 --.X , .. KW WV . -+ Q 3 5 - M., . f 1 1 w 1 9 us, 1 I ,, ,iq 'H " my ,f..,f,- . 1. . -um , ,,.,:1,'. f -if ',.,,,,ff' 'V' , , ' " ' .-K M ,, ' ."""' A - M W N"1'?"' ww ,. 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'lliqf 1 w A J ' if 3 1355 2 Vf H. V I wig R .V ay Hg' gig Sify? . ,Eff t " ai, 1 .V 5.15 ig fl 'if -,rg .V 2, i xv, ,559 , 1. J 2' , yi n v 4 x 1 , , . ,,4,, , f mw, ,, , , ,- -, ,. ,. W.. , 3 , ff, 4 ., , if Q 1 fy 3 2.14 x.-.-..1-,,zg..1,n.-.aQ..:.rm..vpvvurr' . We will remember the sights and sounds of England as we . . . I0 if' 9 gs ri 1, ,, x, 1, v --. f--'v-Lv .-.,..... .,.., W--1 -ns. .,.-..L,,,, A nu- A , ' .An-we f,f 1 A .fx " ' ,fb Q - . - :uw , ,,?'13f .11 ,N :gs Q A, ,gn Ml.,, ' f v ' +443 'wi ii! Mex At sea ozirethouglzts turh to home and loved ones lrut first - here nie meh zvluose dedzcatzon and professwnallem make Nzmztz not fhefiqe1ve3'tT in -the U 15' fflfff' Y 5P '1 1 e e 1 lleife LCDR K, D. ROBINSON Administrative Officer The Administrative Department is f6Sponsible for coordinating the administrative details of all officers and men of the ship. This responsi- bility includes, but is not limited to, the implementation of administrative policies, procedures, and regulations of the ship, co- ordination of the assignment and training of officer and enlisted personnel of the ship, and preparation of the Plan of the Day including the ship's duty sections. The following officers report to the Administrative Officer: Ship's Secretary, Personnel Officer, Educational Services Officer, Public Affairs Officer, Chief Master-at-Arms, Discipline Officer, COMTAC Publication Control Officer, Postal Officer, Retention Officer, and Drug Abuse Specialist. 4 Some admin personnel run the print shop, -T 1 1 x 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1? if F A: -....,..-.1 ,'.f.a....,...........,.......,.,1-' ..,,...,.,, -N -.,,- - -...,-....- -0... V -1 -'-- , - EW' while others sort the maih .1- The TV studio brings us the news I1 5 , - - - V- --.,.....-...,--.........-.,.........-.,.. -,.....--,-...,.,...,,A .,..-. --. - -., Chaplazn s Uffzce CDR R. W. BEDINGFIELD LCDR 1. E. SMITH Chaplain Chaplain 6 4 Un, r' , ff ff' Ag, LV fi FC-12 3fl'Y1 1 jf f 2' f f 1 f X ff , f ? W f , If ' , WW ' Miyagi fa f f X X X f L , 1 f rf, V 5, -49,1 N , 1 ,Z - - f f f and the personnel and legal offices handle a multitude of tasks. x S i ,tr FQ " H ,J MELN, , 'half' g, K. 'R 'H :H F 7 ' X 9 f 1' 1 , I . -I f? Pr 6 ., if , Y vf 5 'Q-ff' ' '1f'5f ,153 J 4 P354 .Lj'Af,iQ5:5i fe, 1 'zdGfgFM-:m,'f.?q5gg 41+ A: 1- fra- xm:v:1:gf1'- x 1' 1 'eff'-13,9 1 A ff1:fff ' . , E-if-'.m'.L 0. 1. Q 'gf'-5513-3'N'1Q'f3f,f,2,fyg 'R gxxGE1: f-E51-v M: ' . uw' Ma.lgDxV.m.+:w " lslyigkxlufxfg' FQ? IEW' Y 'iwnvi .. wxqwmm H x 'r mgm '1'h5N"l 3 Q-,. .4 A 1 4- , Y ' fr ' E 11 5 ::. . , K -115: gm...-4 ' "'l2:2'1fiii5',:1 ...vm Pa 12' L15 -1- H- F f 1 mfg' V L "' 1.'if. 'Jw ' ,K ,ek 1 V giqgfia-f 5' :- ,L X nay., ,, fF'E1ki?: ' -A .. , .. ..,.:., H' QBQMT-L ,ic-.42 E -,, 35 g ' 555. 3 '12 4. , f .X 20 'K W ' l 5 CDR l. L. f0HNSON Navigator CDR R. D. GARRETT Navigator The mission of the Navigation Department is to provide for the safe and effective navigation and piloting ofthe ship. To men who go to sea, there is no skill more basic or more important than finding the position of the vessel. The department is charged with procurement and maintenance of all navigational charts, publi- cations and equipment. Additionally quarter- masters stand watches as helmsman, Quarter- master ofthe Watch, navigation plotter and after steering watches. 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A, Wu In fair weather anti foul the men of tlze Air Department carry out their duties - keeping Nimitz aircraft in the air and meeting all operational requirements. 44 LCDR D. F. BRAHAM Weapons O icer Weapons Department W5 , e ln? A14 I fbewf 1, ' may gg Xi its I The primary mission ofthe Weapons De.- partmeent' is to provide reliable ordnance for arming embarked aircraft. The secondary mission is the defense ofthe ship against enemy attack. The department- is made up of four divisions which are assigned the responsibility of ac- com lishing these tashs. Elhen fully manned, the department consists of 360 dedicated professionals, trained and ready to respond to any combat requirement. 3-U1 , Z--Q....., I. 'G 46 .J Rearming QINE .-.-1 1.-...A - ......-.-.1 - Y - 4' Y Q v if ' f ,, , U37- , if .. ' ,QQ W' S-L ' -V . 1 "- -f. 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VV W 41 V' , , J Ph ,, ,Wg , K X A , 1 x W ,-, , ,A,, A 4 .ik " .fbi-41, f V " e A ,-v , H mr' .Mm .ww ' f Ii left - "SAM" missile is fired from USS NIMITZ ,-,. -,A.-,. ,.- ..-.,. .M N-ff... ..L.....,-- M- --.v- ,, ., 0 Members of the Marine Detachment at evening colors. ISI 52 I , f f ' MLW M ' C ' f , ,afirf f ' V, -ew V, ,Z ' , ,,f nf, CAPT R. F. VERCAUTEREN, USMC Cornrnanding.Officer Marine Detachment The Marine Detachment is a separate di- vision attached to the Weapons Department and is organized, trained and equipped for operations ashore and provides for the internal security of the ship. CDR J. W. HILT Chief Engineer The Engineering Department consists of approximately 600 personnel from the various engineering ratings and yeomen under the leader- ship of the Engineer Officer fChief Engineer, Chief Snipe, Eng.j The Engineer Officer is responsible for the management, operation and maintenance of a myriad of assigned equipment and various evolutions, ranging from having NlMlTZ,s main propulsion plants ready to re- spond to the Captain's desires for speed and maneuvering to insuring there is steam in the galleys and laundry to prepare food and heep the clothes clean for the crew. He is assisted in specific areas by fourprinciple assistants: Main Propulsion Assistant fMPAj, Damage Control Assistant fDCAj, Electircal Assistant fEAj and Auxiliaries Assistant KAAQ. These principal assistants oversee the operation and adminis- tration ofthe five divisions in the department: Auxiliaries KA Divisionj, Electrical KE-I and E-2 Divisionsj, Mechanical KM Divisionj and Repair KR Divisionj. Engineering Department 1 w- .' , 2-' fab 1 ,eg , ...LAL , g A ff-up-1-M In I 0 , .- W - . , ,.--A: 4 --- ,.. 1- .-1-I-'W V .b --f...e1'3g,..,.f-d-t"" ., . 'Y N,-' '- . 4- f , , F O I-,, --',,,.'w.w--43,"M , , J, ai? uv- I. I Q , t vp Q 3' 4. " '- .-, X4 f -.,A , ' " 1 ,-- A W--,.. V---f . Y - . ,,,-,R uf .WI fLmm,f Engineers provide needed steam for galleys and laundry. xp cr Q 'gf 2 I V Mt.:.gQQwQg .,,, 1 . ,lf ,I -..i::-7-f--h-ffv-4 h..,,sL., ,Van-.GOWN-Sk K 'x m,,,.,... .1 UHJ K SZ 1 f f 1 e ff ' 1 'WWA 44'- 4 Kr' X74 ,, Z, ff 'MMVU My f M41 if 1 ff 4,4 QQ! -f , ,i Jana., rw 'P if E ,Q V 6 Z 2 P l a iz 4 ,Fmt I f l F E r i I V i The equipment is checked and reclzeclzed. 6 Engineering - a can-do department. Suppl Department CDR P. A. LEMMA Supply Officer CDR C. R. WEBB, IR. Supply Officer Large - One third of the internal square footage. Populous - One fifth of the shipas company. Diversified - purchase cable, reactor chemicals, paper Plates, steak and ice cream, stereos and socks, haircuts, Clean clothes, a pay check, formal receptions and dinners, aircraft repair parts, forklift service, computer printouts, and a shoulder to cry on if you lose the optar bubble. The Supply Department provides the wherewithal for the men of NIMI TZ and C VW-8 to get the job done. Dedi- cated to professional excellence, the eleven officers and six hundred and forty men fwith C VW embarkedj provide material ana' service around the clock. at - w v 1 1 1 1 6 Captain Compton cuts the ribbon opening the new slzip's store. in- Q! i V 5 ,e l Nimitz men depend on the lp for a variety of items. 1---Q4 ---I-4 Lausanne. rf, W- ': 1 , yn -5. ' iv y.. f"1lL,jl Meals are served 20 hours a day. 64 1 gn 5' 1 f, www-w-..u,,..,,,, fmnqunnndvv- av 1 , 1 ...fe mx, 5 L Nw.. v Aifr '4 :amz , ..,4 -.. 'af-. 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YULE First Lieutenant Deck Department is responsible for a wide variety of deck seamanship evolutions on NIMITZ. With approximately 165 officers and men, the department is involved in underway feplenishments, sea and anchor details, .standing bridge watches, and pulling its share of the load for general quarters and chopsticks evolutions. One might say that NIMITZ couldnlt get underway without the Deck Department. Dech personnel handle the mooring lines, of which NIMITZ has over a mile, and are also respon- sible for the ship's anchors, each weighing in at 30 tons Deck ersonnel man the six under- ' P wily replenishment stations, four refueling at Sea stations and two destroyer refueling stations furnishing the ship with jet fuel, ammunition and food. 70 011 the bridge. Deck personnel daring refueling. fi! A il 5. 2 X 4 X 1 ,Agn -X- m i il 1 2 Q ,N gl ,L 1, X V 4' .JR , :H .fy Refueling hoses come over. S I f n w w Y 72 F 1 . N' W 1 -W M A--A Q A--Am.---..M...M.V-.w . . ,--,M- F daiig 'Q-W ,i,..f1 -Eau'-.'-',',,, H- M,...ll f, -.. Q., ,A4 J v L p 5, T, , N., T' - - A 5 , 1 , - ' 1.1 --,.-.- 1 " --3-lgg,-,T QLMQMK'-'Q"' Deck takes care of liberty boats and mans the 'Wi-line. " i I76 CDR B. S. SIMONTON Reactor Officer Reactor Department operates and maintains the reactors which provide power for propulsion and electrical power on the ship. The department is manned by personnel in the traditional rates, who have received training in both operation and theory of nuclear power. Each man must know all the parts of the reactor and how all jobs in the department relate to each other. Electronics Technicians in Reactor are basically concerned with the operation and mainte- nance of the reactor controls and instruments. Personnel in Reactor operate and maintain the hydraulic, piping, valve and other mechanical systems in the power plant. Electricians in the department assure the reactor has sufficient power E0 operate. They divert and control power from the Sl1ip7s generator to the reactor on NIMITZ. There is also a laboratory section in the department which assures that the water supply used for cooling the reactor is free from corrosive minerals which could cause a malfunction in the system. The self reliance, mobility and freedom from fueling stops are part of what makes NIMITZ such 11 valuable weapon in our national defense. Reactor Department s 5 1 W E , ...Q 78 fr - . N Q i 1 -' I - , nn i, . unL -,gg--n-Q11 ,,.--1-1-- 1 Intense pride and satisfaction in doing a difficult job: nuclear operators on station bring power to the generators and catapalts. Watching the control boards, highly shilled technicians and operators control and monitor the center of Nimitz life force - her reactors. LCDR R. N. CLINE Communications Officer LCDR 1.1. DUDLEY Communications Offic er The Communications Department is made up Qf the men of CR and CS Divisions. CR Division LS C0mposed of Radiomen and CS Division, Signalmen. The Radiomen provide NIMITZ with accurate, rapid and secure external electronic communi- cation capabilities worldwide. The Signalmen provide short range visual Communication capabilities with ships in company, employing flashing light, semaphore and flag hoist Signals, Communications Department SF 4. -- Signalmen send visual messages via fla hoist gi i s ! 1 K pi 4 , Q A . I as 2 iff X ti if 3 -A i I f .,..f - .1-:f-,ff -1 .Y 5 A ui-in 1 s 5, 4-rw M 1: , . 'fx' 1 Q M ji -:lf ,' X ! , :Ji ' V 2 w ifi t -g...--............,,L..aL:.:.z.:1-W" , i::......... , , 4 Radiomen provide Nimitz with rapid accurate world - wide electronic communications. CDR G. R. THOEN AIMD Officer LCDR W. f. NOLLAN AIMD Officer The mission of AIMD is to provide inter- mediate maintenance support for the embarked air wing. This support consists of providing the 59.85 equipment and technical expertise to repair alrcraff components removed from the aircraft, from generators and wheel assemblies to jet engines and advanced electronics equipments. 'Technical expertise is provided by 160 ship's C0mpany and 250 air wing technicians whose Capabilities extend from diesel engines to the micro-miniature repair of electronics sub-as- Semblies., AIMD additionally manages a pool of over A1 D Department J. 5 ,sa io 3. x M X-80- no A , .9 300 pieces of ground support equipment KGSEJ which is used in the movement, servicing and maintenance ofthe embarked aircraft. Ez Lx. x 4 if sim 1 QM W f K . :WSW N. ,V I 1 N -Q x ' f"' ' ' " 'f "" - ' L H'-Y-' - "-Y W- --- -vw: + , , ,fig Y' Q I' S3133 'I . W 56,93 N ,.1xi,L-Q J3- pa J V 551. - SW 1 SP I 1" L , x , We A , ,2 ., ,x-'ff' ' ,Fw H W, W 1 f P ':2""k'A 53 ,f ff ,v " 3 K ,.v-w:"""x Q ,. A 4. M. Adfit., -ln,. fA-qi. I mm 5 1, H vw .li JA, 1 . Fm ' ' ' , wwfiifl-'--F .. 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A The department spaces contain a sixty- seven bed hospital, including two four bed quiet rooms, and a three bed intensive care unit. A Completely equipped laboratory and x-ray unit with 90 second automated film processor is installed. A fully equipped formal operating room is backed by two secondary areas for emergency surgery. Complete facilities for routine ear, nose and throat exams, and eye refractions are provided. The Medical Department stresses training of all personnel .in the skills of their rate, to insure that the men of NIMITZ receive the finest care, from concerned, well trained medi- cal personnel, in the newest and best equipped medical spaces in the fleet. Medical Department l UV-5 1-:fwm,m,,f?efL el. L.. , .-Q, Tm, nu X Z The Meahcal Department personnel talee care of all health needs 1 lk x'l N U 1 I ff ,. ,xg Z , , 5 X t t a , 1 1 n 9 h , 1 I ' V K , 0 k K W ,K ,1 V . V ...f-.1 Q... .... ,.., -rn .,. ,. .-U, I,, I - '1 Corpsmen check out equipment and render first-aid 5-6-v-'f""""MW f 96 1 CAPT E. H. PLUMP Dental Officer Dentalas Patient Treatment Philosophy is this: 6'Sailors and Marines, by virtue of their uniforms, deserve the finest dental health care possible, professionally accomplished in the most attractive surroundings that can be pro- videdf' In NIMITZ such altruism is reality. Unique to this ship are the seven dental operating rooms with overhead-mounted dental lights, and diagonally-placed lounge-type patient chairs behind which are built-in instru- ment cabinets. NIMITZ has a laboratory where a variety of prosthetic devices fcrowns, bridges, dentures, etc.j can be artfully constructed. Also notable is the x-ray suite. Within its confines are two x-ray machines, a dual control panel, manual and automatic developers, and Cl military spare parts KMSPQ cabinet. The NIMITZ preventive dentistry room is the first such facility ever built into a new ship. Den tal Department 4 ,r 7 2 4 it Nimitz men are provided with the finest dental care in the Fleet. 98 i""i wif' I 1 Hb ,,-4 ff! 200 Careful records are kept on dental patients. --S-'iff-sv-1,1 Ycflhin .Y- -A - ..-. Y, , f. -W - -vw- ,. .4 .,n. A L,g,,, ., L , 37"9 'j M! L , .fum-ff: Q,,ffM,hn,4-,QW-Kf ' Czfrrieffiif Mn Ei bf .ip .-..-i. ...,,.-, - ,, , - - - ' -- .9-x....,..-,-.......... ...- .., .,,,,-,,-,ww 1 t , "' 202 Commander Everett W Foote, USN Commander Carrier Air Wing Eight 'WE XXX, !f',f '- H ,N f X. 7' 1 , Commander Everett W. Foote, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett L. Foote, of Ahron, Ohio was born on 21 December 1930. He graduated from Bath High School and corn gleted one year at Kent State University prior to entering the Navy in 1951. Commander Foote later attended the Naval Academy Preparatory School at Bainbridge, Maryland and entered the United States Naval Academy, where he graduated in fune 1956. Following Graduation, he entered Flight Training and was designated a Naval Aviator in 1957. Commander Foote began his first oper- ational tour with VAH-5 at Naval Air Station, Sanford, Florida, first as a bornbardierfnavigator and then as one of the first HNuggets" to fly A3D Shywarriors. Commander Foote completed three full deployments aboard USS FORRESTAL to the Mediterranean area where he served principally as Landing Signal Officer for the squadron. Ordered to Naval Postgraduate School in fune1962, he graduated from the Navy Manage- ment School. Commander Foote's next orders were to Washington, D.C. for duty as the Assistant Lieutenant Assignment Officer, in the Bureau of Naval Personnel.. He remained in this capacity until August 1965 when he began his second operational tour by transitioning to the A6A Intruder. Following transition, he helped establish Attach Squadron THIRTY FIVE as the fourth operational A6A squadron. In November 1966, Commander Foote deployed to Southeast Asia with Attack Squadron THIRTY FIVE as Administrative Officer, aboard the USS ENTER- PRISE KCVAN-652. During this deployment he flew sixty-two combat missions over North Vietnam. At the completion of this deployment, Commander Foote received orders to Attach Squadron ONE HUNDRED TWENTY EIGHT at Naval Air Station, Whidbey Island, Washington. Following a short nine month tour with the new "RACU, he was transferred to Attach Squadron FIFTY TWO, where he served as Operations Officer, and deployed on his second combat cruise to Southeast Asia in September 1968. Following this deployment, Commander Foote received orders to duty with the Chief of Naval Operations in Washington, D.C.,, where he served in the Office of Aviation Plans and Policies. During this one year he wrote and verified a computer program to analyze and forecast future aircraft requirements for Naval Aviation. Com- mander Foote reported to Attack Squadron SEVENTY FIVE in August 1970 as Executive Officer and assumed command of the "Sunday Punchersn on 3 June 1971. The year that followed was highlighted by a successful Mediterranean deployment developing the initial CV evaluation aboard USS SARA TOCA KCVA-602. Before coming to Air Wing EIGHT he was assigned as Attach Air Warfare Coordinator, Commander Operational Test and Evaluation Force in Norfolh, Virginia. Following his tour as Commander Attach Carrier Air Wing EIGHT, Commander Foote will report to the staff of Commander, Naval Air Force Atlantic. During his career, Commander Foote has been awarded three Distinguished Flying Crosses the Bronze Star, thirteen Air Medals, a Meritori- ous Unit Commendation, the Navy Commendation Medal, the Navy Achievement Medal, two Navy Unit Commendations and various Campaign and Service Awards. Commander Foote is married to the former Laura Potts of Danville, Virginia. They have two daughters, Carrie and Elizabeth, and reside in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Commander john H. Fetterman, jr, Com- mander Carrier Air Wing EIGHT, sonpof Mr, and Mrs. fohn H. Fetterman of York, Pennsylvania, graduated from Butler Township High Schgol and attended Susquehanna University and Albright College where he participated in varsity sports, Following graduation from Albright College in 1954, Commander Fetterman attended Officer Candidate School in Newport, Rhode Island, was commissioned an Ensign in 1955, and designated as a Naval Aviator in 1956. Commander Fetermanls first operational tour was with Attach Squadron ONE HUNDRED FIVE at Cecil Field, Florida. Flying AIH Shy- raiders from the deck of the USS ESSEX in the and Fleets, C0mmandgr Fetterman participated in both the Lebanon and Formosa Crises. In October 1958, Commander Fetterman re- ported to Fleet Airborne Electronics Training Unit, Atlantic, where he served as Light Attack Nuclear Weapons Training Instructor. Following this tour, Commander Fetterman reported to Attack Squadron FORTY FOUR for A4 replace- ment pilot training prior to joining the staff of Commander Carrier Air Wing EIGHT. During this tour he served as Administrative Officer, Weapons Officer and Operations Officer. Following tours at the Naval War College and Attack Squadron FOR TY FOUR, Commander Fetterman reported to Attach Squadron EIGHTY ONE aboard USS SHANGRI LA where he served as Maintenance Officer during two Mediterranean deployments. A tour in Attack Squadron ONE HUNDRED SE VENTY FOUR as an A7 Flight Instructor was followed by orders to Attack Squadron EIGHTY SEVEN as Executive Officer. In March 1972, Commander Fetterman assumed command of Attack Squadron EIGHTY SEVEN7s "Golden Warriorsw. During his command tour, Commander Fetterman was selected as team leader of a joint U.S. Navy and Air Force, Air-to-Ground Team which represented the United States in NA TO competition. Prior to reporting for duty as Commander of Carrier Air Wing EIGHT, Commander Fetterman served as Assistant Director of the Navy Senate Liaison Officer in the Office of Legislative Affairs. Commander Fetterman is a graduate of the Naval Command and Staff College and has amassed over 800 carrier landings and over 4100 jet hours. z"w'4W ' Commander John H Fetterman, USN Commander Carrier Air Wing Eight 20 N 5 Eu i .4 fy! 5 l l M M 355 M l l T UN First Row, left to righl: LT M. DeRusso, LT C. Nolan, LCDR C. Graff, II, LCDR C. Lebrecbt, "CAG" CDR j. Fetler1nan,.LCDR H. Merrill, LCDR j. Kennedy, LCDR H. Kessel, LTA. Richardson. Second Row, lefl to right: YN3 j. Denicola, AZ2 R. Trani, NCI j. Powers, YNC H. Bishop, ii AOCM P. Carter, AVCM F. Leahy, BMI M. Ledbetler, YN3 I. Hill. L . N T: is 1 1 1 1 N 1 W N l T . I . 2 1 1 204 CVW18 Staff 4Iu"'1v- Pm X The primary mission ofAttac1c Carrier Air Wing EIGHT is to conduct and coordinate offensive air operations, engaging in attacks on air, surface and sub-surface targets which threaten control ofthe sea, and to conduct air operations in support of other forces as directed. CVW-8 assets include Attack Squadron 83, Attach Squadron 86, Attack Squadron 35, Fighter Squadron 74, Marine Fighter- Attach Squadron 333, Helicopter Combat Support Squadron 2, Detachment 2, Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron 130, Re- connaissance Attach Squadron 9, and Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron' 116. n 'm U 1, H s Y I. wi 205 ' ,.,, ,,, I 1 1 1 N 1 iff: X MZ-A 4' Z ff l Y x -46" .aw "Q" - ' - .vis 4 i Timo C37 . H 1 if , ,li , .M . A f ,Q Q :Li 57Qf.1,,'em:,3..k H-, 1, . WFA 29 ik M, ff WMV' K ,, aff imitzAirc aft M , f.,6 W Q v ai CIN' s. w""' ,Ww- ,,.,,wf" ,wwf - ,MM T"""""is. Q-4,0 I V. R VAH-.9 Reconnaissance Attach Squadron NINE was commissioned as Composite Squadron NINE KVC-91 on I5 fanuary 1953. With sixty officers and men, two TBM Avengers and a PZV Neptune, VC-9 began operations at the U.S. Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Sanford, Florida. The squadron deployed to Port Lyautey in April -1954, operating from USS CORAL SEA, USS MIDWAY, and USS RANDOLPH. Composite Squadron NINE was re-des- ignated Heavy Attach Squadron NINE KVAH-92 in November 1955. The squadron's second Mediterranean deployment was aboard USS TICONDEROGA. VAH-9 received its first A3D Skywarrior on 24 Ianuary 1957. In April the '4Hoot Owlsnflew thefirstA3D across the Atlantic. In fune 1957 the squadron logged one of many Ufirstsn when a VAH-9 A3D launched from USS BON IIOMME RICHARD inthe Pacific for a non-stop flight to USS SARA- TOCA off the Florida coast. Upon landing aboard, the crew was greeted by President Eisenhower. Heavy Nine flew the A3D for eight years, making six deployments aboard USS SARATOCA with the SIXTH Fleet in the Mediterranean. With the switch from the A3D to the RA5C Vigilante in the fall of 1963, the squadron designation became Reconnais- sance Attach Squadron NINE KRVAH-92. As RVAH-9, the squadron has ,made two WestPac cruises aboard USS RANGER, four Mediterranean deployments aboard USS SARATOGA, one Med deployment aboard USS FORRESTAL and one aboard USS INDEPENDENCE. In Iune 1975 the 'cHoot.OwlsU joined the USS NIMITZXCVW-8 team. Q ' y I j Wig f,', f Mt ,of ,fjt , f , , I .mm CDR I. L. HARRE, USN Commanding Officer LCDR M. I. MADDEN, USN Executive Officer .l K ,W ,lr ' First Row, left to right: AMH1 Deters AD 2 M A AMH1 Miller, AME, Pomatzl ADD Hams' PL3 KjZns.AjvxIlg2F5v1end0za, ADIC Lundberg, LCDR Mcmzzzin. Second Row, left to right: AMS3 Canlas, AN fongs AMSANQQL 4 AMH3 Heaster, AN Hebert, AMH2 jennings, AMS2 Plgigfips Jones' MMSAN Bollinger. ADjAN Heatb, 210 ' -- V Y Y A-v ---,- --N V - ... A.., ...Y, ,Y, . , ,-..., --..,- -,,--,i,,,-,Av--, -,--,-, ,gyAn,-hu -is WA-',Y,YWwHw- ,YK H. My -N V!,Y,w Y V Y AW , YYVY VV A K Q A K H my I Y In V Y W' Ur I 4- , .. First Row, lefl to right: LCDR Klopfenstein, LCDR Meyers, LCDR Konewko, CDR Harre ICOJ, LCDR Madden fXO2, LCDR McMillan, LT Cox, Second Row, left to rigbl: CWO3 Eilenfield, LTJG Moore, LTJG Key, CWO3 Brice, LTIG Palmatier, LT Baker, LTIG Geopfartb. KW Left to right: ADJAN Davis, ADI3 SCl9Of7ldCk, LTJG Moore, PHC McLaughlin AD 13 Meffofd, AT3 Mattingly. 212 ' S-.. L. Left lo right: AZ1 Bowersox AZAN Dickinson AQ1 D L 'w:.a.H35"fl5' 1 A . , u y, AFCM Malone, CWO3 Brice, AEC Walker, AZ1 Sears, AT1 C a' o emo, AD-I1 Stoy. I f f'w l ff I .. ,. .V " ' F1751 Row, left lo rigbl: ATC Pruitl, ATCS Brown, AFCM Malone, AECS Walker, ADJC Lundberg. Second Row, leff to rigbz: PHC Cassidy, PHC McLaughlin, ATC Wallis, AEC Hatlon. 213 4 1 l H -I5 Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron FIFTEEN was commissioned on 29 October 1971 at Naval Air Station, Lahehurst, New jersey. Its assigned mission was to conduct training to in- sure combat readiness of aircraft and flight crews in support of the Sea . Control Ship concept. On 1 july 1974, HS415 was adminis- tratively chopped from HELSEACON Wing One in Norfolk, Virginia to HS Wing One based in Jacksonville, Florida. This change signified the end of the Sea Control Ship Evaluation and the beginning of HS-15 operating as a conventional HS squadron. HS-15 successfully completed its transition from the Sea Control Mission CDR W S RENNER USN CDR D. S. BRUWN USN to the, HS role aboard three of the East CO,,ima'ndmg Qffifer Executive Qfficler Coasts finest carriers, working with USS INDEPENDENCE, USS NIMITZ and finally being permanently assigned to CVW-6 aboard USS AMERICA. First Row, left to rigbt: AXAN G. jacks, AT2 W. Peck, AKAN T. Strongbart, ADj2 D. Richardson, AN H. Daniel, , AN R. Paradise, AT2 W. Goble, PR3 T. -Sglow, AW3 F. Luetby, AMS3 M. Rusb, AT2 Saunders, AZ2 L. Williams, AZ3 D. Martin, AW3 j. Ceder, AMSAN M. Rickey. I Second Row, left to right: AOAN D. Witt, ADj3 j. Kinkaid, AA M. Gillispie, ADj2 M. Hyde, ADI3 R. Estrada, AK3 M. Granger, AT3 D. Spencer, AT2 W. Gibbs, AX2 R. Newman, AX3 G. Moffett, AA B. Cole, AMHAN L. jones, i AMHAN E. Croucb, III, IS3 G. Bates. 1 I i ! f Z First Row, left to rigbt: ATC J. Krause, AWG G. Lobdell, AOCS T. Bair. ATCS D. Boyer, AMGS R. Miller, AWC K. Muller, Second Row, left to rigbt: ATC N. Laferty, ADjC Calling, AEC L, Chambers AMHC W. Julius, ADJC W. Killgore. 214 First Row, left to right: LT R. Kagy, LT T. Brake, LCDR A. Frelicb, LCDR G. Thompson, LCDR R. Parkinson, CDR W. Renner, CDR D. Brown, LT W. Vivian, CWO2 R. Davidson, LT P. White, LT W. Manning, LT j. Bateman. Second Row, left to rigl9t.'LT C. Cole, LT R. Lambert, LT D. Coleridge, ,LT P. Gimer, LT j. Fontana, LT j. Bowlin, LT Hrenko, LTJG B. Pollock, LT F. Robbins, ENS S. Ricbason. ' ' ,ii ' -01 2 ' , E I , ,L f ' L, N QU , 1. 'M' . ' '--' I . - ',,' ,M,5.f,,- . - n ' e --'Q : -W, ,nf , . f f- gf- ,--' , f wr,..w,,1M 3. , " g . , ,,,1" -f .I xr- -5 wn.L..'f . - . ww-...-,.,.'g . 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Seflas, ADf1 Miller, . ' ' D, K' 1.1 ff, 101 5. Burt. I Q03 Z ,5'ef'ffff',f,lf1,g,,,.AKZAag, Mizzef, P122 H. Bowen, PN2 G. Bafksdaze, AMH2 D. Maxwell, AW3 R. wonbmgton, A?30sZ HZUZQS AT2 C. Holyf, AMHI R. Voison, ADj3 M. Feiner, AZ3 R. Orosco, AN L. Lewis. Tblrd kowg Zeb IO rigbi, PH2 T MCAUO5., ADJ3 j. Brooks, ADjAN W. Miller, AMEAN K. Walter, AW3 D. Croxton, Z r ' ' I ' 4 PNSA Nowiale, ADII H. Watkins. ...LY .....,,v........ ......--,.- . . L VF3l The Tomcatters, tale commences on 1 .luly 1935 with the commissioning of VF-1B, which ranhs Fighting 31 as the second oldest fighter squadron and the fourth oldest squadron of any type now operating in the U.S. Navy. As World War ll approached, the squadron designation was changed to VF-6, and reformed as VF-3 on 15 July 1943. On 15 November 1946 the squadron was redesignated VF-3A, and be- came Fighter Squadron Thirty One on 7 August 1948 The Naval Air Station Cecil Field at fack- sonville, Florida became the Tomcatters7 home in 1953. In the same year, Fighting Thirty One became the first all weather jet squadron in the Atlantic Fleet, flying the F211 Banshee. VF-31 has served aboard-various aircraft carriers, among which are USS ENTERPRISE, USS HORNET, USS LEXINGTON, USS LEYTE, USS YURKTUWN, and. USS SARA TOCA. Fighting Thirty One aircraft and personnel joined the USS N1M1TZfAttach Carrier Air Wing Eight team in the summer of 1975 in support of Northern European operations. CDR W.. DWYER, USN Officer in Charge -asf! 5 IU7 " - .rw , 6 F' R , Z ' ,- - ' ' C1ST2lW.Ogwyiaht tihhggtzfuzihfiiiioi' 'SLn751h5ey"4DJC D' Hendfffi LTJG R' Hall. LT! G L- Nivison. LT R. Ylurralde, LT L. Cook. Second Row lelft to ri bt:A ' ' Stine' 'LTJG R' Tescbner' AEI T' Big S' AMS1 F' Walkef AEI F E 195 . g . Q2 E, Buns, AA J. wizdefson. AMS3 L. sioffef ADJBSQ P i lk PN ' ' S NM c ter L. Scboonover.AE2 R. Milner, AMSAN B. Morgan, ADJAN , Baird' AQ3 P 'Fhabfy CIA' A 3 M- C1961-99: AOA 'R af n' R ugid lliow' gl 561391-' 1412353 T. Ayars, AZAN McMabcln, AIDI3 L 'Foster' A5196 WglslvvnJAiTgpT13elhTa1T1gelu5i2t0E12501 . r er, . cz , D, S' - ' ' - , . . ' PR3 J. Bice, AKAA Rugggnzalezu lmmfmsf AME3 M- Knsuk. AT2 N. Nash, ADJ3 A. Hrzath, AN M. Lower, AT3 W. Drake, Q, , 7 1 4 1 ' v I A ,Av, ,,,.,, yr 3 CDR R. H. MARTIN, USN CDR D. D. GINGLES, USN " Commanding Officer Executive Officer VA WII6' The Sunhtngs 0 Carrzer ALrlJorne Early Warntng Squadron ONE HUNDRED SIXTEEN fly the E28 Hawkeye and provzde azrborne early warntng NIMITZ as well as close atr control or Azr Wtng Etght mtsszons The squad ron conststs o our atrcrat wtth complement of 130 o Leer and enltsted personnel The Sunlczngs are com manded by CDR Rtchard H Martzn and CDR Donald D Gtngles LS the X0 VAW ll6 when not aboard NIMITZ LS homebased at NAS Mzramar Ln San Dtego Calz ornza F 1R left to rzgbt LTJF M Crawford LT R Leuerclle LT R Goodwm LCDR Rezlly CDR D Gnzgles fXOI cgi Roxgaftm fQ0j LCDR P Ibomas LCDR R Tasler LT P Obnslad LY W Hengel LYjG D Hale SeCOnd Row jeff lo Hgh! LT L, Clzfton LT D Kane LT D Wallace LT F Rau lzrzgs LT j enkzns LTJG R Rzcb LYJG C Clark CWO1 P Probasco LTJGR Bell 217 First Row, left to right: AT2 S. Schmidly, ATC I. Hopper, ADIC G. Gfelfl. LTIG R. Rich. LT I. jenkins, ADIC j. Merrill, ADIZ K. Kern, AMS3 L. Graham, AN D. Dzstler. Second Row, left to right: AE2 L. Foster, AMH1 W. Hehert, AN P. Rahago, Ir., AN I. Harrigan, AD-IAN R. Strang, AMHAN E. Casazza, AMHAN I. Coffin, AN G. McGowan. First Row, left to right: AMS1 W. Parker, ADII R. Nichols, AMH1 D. Ringering, ADI2 D. West, AME1 C. Brown, PR2 E. Ward, AMEC P. Wood, .LT P. Ohnstad, AMH2 D. Nelson, ADI3 A. Roland, ADI1 S. Boas, AME3 Bass, ADI3 R. Cordero, AME3 G. Harrison. Second Row, left to right: AMS3 L. Graham, AMS2 B. Nicholl, AMSAN B. Leckie, AMS3 P. Grantham, AMS2 V. Nash, AMS3 B. Shurhutt, AMS3 D. Thompson, AMHAN R. Howell, AMS3 G. Rohhins, ADIAN M. Todd, ADIAN K. Mazac, ADI1 I. Walters,.ADI3'D. Karr,'AME3 B. Gordon. First Row, left to right: AVCM O. Myers, ADIC R. Grabowskir ATCS H. Hebert. AEC D. Mortensen, ATC I. Hopper. Second Row, left to right: AMHC R. Fleming, ADIC G- Gfela' AMEC P. Wood, ADIC Merrill. ...,Q, ,,,N.-..,,.....,i-............,.,i..-.,-......,........, --. ., --.-... ....,. U., .-, .V First Row, left to right: AEI T. Bradley, AT2 R. Borlin baus AT2 A Duncan AT1 R La ree ATI E H ' , . , . , . u ins, AE1 R. Rowton, AT2 B. Tipling, LT E. Rawlings, AEC Mortensen, AT3 G. Kinney, AE2gG. Klessinger, if? R. Plunkett, AT2 W. McCaulley, AT1 G. Carter. Second Row, left to rigbt: AT2 R. Vasicek, AT2 V. Scbwarze, AT3 M. Cox, AE3 R. Walker, AE3 j. Tbiry, AE3 R. Claseman, AT2 L. Hagenston, ATI G. Turner, AEAN R. Boehringer, AT2 D. Bolin, AT2 C. johnson, AT3 K. Kesey, AT3 D. Peasner, AT3 f. Price. Tbircl Row, left to rigbt: AT3 L. Combs, AT3 L. jackson, AT2 C. Green, AT2 D. Elliott, AEAN T. Regan, ATAN D. Baklund. , . , ,AVCM O. M ers, ADJC R. Grabowski, LT W. Mengel, CWO1 R. Probczsco, First Row, left to r18l9t.AlgfAljOMlQ AQa5teliseGOOdwm' LYQJJG D, Hale, LTjG C. Clark, ATCS H. Hebert, AK1 M. Maror. ?TlGdR22BeU'ZLgfg N:,Qgb2.?uAN L B1,,.1,,w, PNSN P. awry, AK3 J. Ferguson, AK3 1. Brown, M53 T. Perkins. econ Ow. G ' ' BMI L R a YN3 G Quinton PN1 D. Kimmel' ff" YNSN Heineman' AN C' Glenn' . y nu ' ' 219 VA -3 Attack Squadron THIRTY-FIVE was originally commissioned as Bombing Squadron THREE at NAS Norfolk, Va., on I fuly 1934. This early start makes the "Black Panthers" the oldest attack squadron in the Navy and the third oldest carrier squadron. As Bombing Squadron THREE during World War II, the Panthers were embarked in USS SARATOGA, USS ENTERPRISE, CDR R. P. HYDE USN CDR D. K. BR YANS, USN and both USS YORKTOWNS. The squad- Commanding Officer Executive Officer ron has also flown from the decks of USS LEXINGTON, USSCORAL SEA and USS AMERICA. . it T In lune of 1975, VA-35, along with CVW-8, embarked aboard the Navy's newest and biggest carrier, USS NIMITZ KCVAN-68j, to spend the summer oper- ating first off Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and later in the North Atlantic. T F1152 KULU. left to rzgbt: LT j. Karcher, LT R. Proes, LT D. Harrington, LCDR D. Denault, LCDR j. Parker CDR B. Bryans, CDR R. Hyde, LT L. Lalli, LT R. Bauman, LT j. Sberrard, LTJG C. Selig, LT j, Sgiles, LT M, Cunie' Second Row, left to right: LTJG R. Offerle, LCDR .B. Liner, .LT R. Dvorcbak, LT j. Pell, LT E. Nielsen, Q. LT D- Sheldon. LT B- Klfley. LTJG G. New, LT S. Stankiewicz, LTJG B. Satterwbite, LT j. Stone, LTjG S, Tugen, Third Row, left to right: ENS E. Reitz, LCDR j. Anderson, LT P. Cash, LT R'.'bWhitaleer, LT j' Martin LTJG T. Williams, LTJG E. Banek, CWO3 R. Byrne, LCDR J. Snlfaro, CWO3 D. Clark, LT R. Foster, Lff P. Vide-elezfe o ,, ,W ,Y A ..--Q-.......,,,s..1...,,,,,..v....i,,-4 +..,m1..Q,.- - - - ,,.....,..,?.....-1-.,.-..,..,-,....... --. , ...- . . ,. -. . M ,,,, I M.. 27 in A First Row, lefl to right: AMEAA D. Lewandowski, AME3 Deuore, ADIZ W. Hudnzan, ADj3 P. Fosler, ADj1 T. Reed, ADIZ H. Born, ADj1 R. Lczmberson, AMES S. Bellinger. Second Row, left to right: AME3 C. Sczndidge, ADj1 L. Krieg, ADf3 M. Sleifuclter, ADj2 M. Sirignczno, ADJAN M. Golemon, AME2 J. Savoy, AMEAA j. Skelly. Ai.. f First Row, left to right: MAHAA P. Jensen, SA R. jones, HMI D. Blackford, LT R Whitaker, AQ3 j. Calafell, AQAN C. Brown, MSSN R. Collins.. Second Row, left to right: AZ3 B. Bilyeu, AA j. White, HM3 V. Casamento, AEAA P Logan, AMHAA R. Buclestone. AA Higham. 222 , it 7-+ .i First Row, left to right: AA j. Bigbam, AN C. Sprague, AQ2 j. jaimez, AE2 C. MCCutcl9eon, AMH1 R. Cope, AZ2 Huggins, AZ1 G. Fairbanks, AKAN M. Krearner. Second Row. left 10 fight-' AK3 J- Hussey. AKAN B. Harp. AZ3 J. Bush, jf., AK3 j.H0g.1n,AZ2 T. Barber, AQ2 R. Novak. First Row, left to right: AD-IAN M. Tidufell, PRAN R. Sbrum, PR2 K. Trumbower, PR3 R. Anderson, AMS1 W- Heflllv, AMHAN C. jackson, AT3 K. Uber, AMS3 T. Haulk. I Second Row, left to right: AMS3 T. Wood, ADj,3 A. Robertson, AA D. Luallen, PRAN D. Busby, AT3 E. Curtzce, AMS3 S. Cameron, AN j. Reinhardt. 223 First Row, left to right: AQ3 M. Smith, AN R. Catlin, AQ2 F. White, AQ1 A. Hart, LT R. Proes, LT j. Sherrard, AQ2 S. Rich, AQ2 C. Workman, AQ2 M. Slogan. Second Row, left to right: AQ2 L. Smith, AQ3 B. Boyer, Ill, AQ3 D. Bosley, AQ3 N. Brown, AQAN B. Morrison, AQ2 K. Kijak, AQ2 W. Noel, AQ3 S. Curtis, AQ2 R. Dame. in 7 First Row, left to right: AT3 A. Tolbers, AT1 G. Ma , AT3 R. S , LT . Sh " ' AE2 L. Parker, AE2 T. Mossing, AE1 F. Harper. ngan now I ermrd' A131 Do Bmger Second Row, left to right: AT3 S. Moclzelewski, AT3 T. Cusic, ATAN R. T l AT2 S j. Ross, AE3 j. Dominey, AE3 G. Garnet, AE3 B. Ware, AEAN D. Lentz. ay on . Brobezl AEAA 224 9 V w i . First Row. left to right: AMSC R. Drake, ADCS j. Tb , ADC3 , S 1 AYFCM H. Williams, AMEC B. Massey, AMCS j. Sells, ADIC j. Cziltrllgla I ar es' Second Row, left to right: AZC R. Murdock. AQC D. Hunter, AQC N. King, AEC M. Holi, 'C' , L -M 4. A .L 4 2 First Row, left to right: YN3 W. Plunkett, YN3 G. Connelly. YN1 W. Freeman, PN1 M. Gress, 152 W. Elliott, YN3 H. Curnbee. Second Row, left to right: YNSN D. Squibb, ABH2 M. Cadiente, PNSN S, Crawford, PN3 M. Hansen, PN3 D. Cudmore, IS3 T. Moore. First Row le t to rzgbt AOAND Flack A02 E See AO1 K Peters LI' R Proes AO1j Thompson AOAA M jones Second Row let to rzgbt A03 W Miller A03 W Howard AN R Turner AR M Hugbcs A031 0 Guznn AOAA f Stemple A03 S Anthony 22 VRC-40 4 J 226 L ' -" 'f- "-' -N-f MH- ..-Y.V.f -.V-.V-.- Y ., 1 V Y F Y -V , .,.,.........,.......1,.,-,,,....--- --,..,,...,..,.,Y....---.,,,,.,.Y. ...,.. NM., ,,,,.., ,,,,,Y..YY, , ,WY .,.. . . , F, .,N-- ,Y ,A , ,.,,, , .,,., ,,, Y YW R - VA-8 Attack Squadron EICHTY-TWO dates back to lAprill944 when its predecessor Fighter Squadron EIGHTY-TWO began flying from the decks of the USS BENNUVGTON. . On I May 1967 Attach Squadron EIGHTY-TWO was established. The "Marauders" of VA-82 have flown from the decks of USS AMERICA and USS CURAL SEA in the Mediter- ranean and Southeast Asia, and from USS NIMITZ in Northern Europe. CDR P. V. R. SCHOEFFEL, USN Commanding Officer l1 Ii - - -- CDR D. P. DUNBAR IR., USN Executive Officer ru-sz Kong, left to right: L'1'jG M. Anderson, LT M. jones, LT D. Bradf d. LCIDR . Y b M N CDR T. Mercer, LCDR C. Sammonsi LCDR C. Refo, LT j. Barber, LTJG Bailey, C'hVO2al2.Ol2Z:5n2rdiDR D' Dunbar' Second Row. left to right: LT j. Vercber, LT M. Phillips, LTJG G. Kornegay, LT T. Digennaro LTjG C L, ENS D. Strolnmeyer, jr., LT H. Burkett, LTIG G. Deprez, LT j. Vietb. ' ' ummm' we ROIU, lefl to right: AT3 j. Berks, AT1 D. Mellecber, First ROw, lefl to right: HA j. Cantwell, PNSN T. Sberrard, YN1 H. Wade, G D AT S . eprez, C E. Pike, AT1 j. Wbatley. PN1 P. Scblegel, DK2 R. Dubay,.NC1 j. Will, econd Row, left to rzgbl: AT2 C. Ferry, AT2 j. Rucker, AT2 Second Row, lefl to fzgbt' SD2 E Alcoran PNSN I. Knox, III, YN3 R. J- Spencer. AT3 C. Jensen, AT3 J. Pozydk. Scbeffler, MSSN M. Howertb, PINTSN R. eefkzns. 229 mangan- 3 I 1 First Rowileft to right: AMS3 f. Cummings, ASM3 C. Rhodes, AME3 M. Pingley, ADJ3 O. Childress, AMH1 D. johnson, CWO2 R. Richards, AMHC W. Cooper, ADj2 H. Kocher, ABH3 W. Arnold, III, AOAA L. Porco, jr., AA j. Shaull. Second Row, left to right: AMS3 R. Schench, ADJAA K. Willard, ADJAN R. Hamilton, AMSAA S. Jernigan, ADJAN D Newsom AN C Morley AMHAN j Eichorst AA D Davis AA T Berrey AD AA R Yonke AA B Perkins 'miwlm First Row, left to right: AA K Hagood First Row left to ri h ' , - , . g l. AMHC w. Cooper. Alscs R. B la AD c B N l AMHC .Seals ADJC B. Neal, P121 Q. Disney. AMSC R. jackson, Azc T. Glllmafa, AQC M. Walt ar mee' I ' ea' I Second Row, left to right.-AMEAR B. McCord, Second Row, left to right: ADIC C Sanders ADC S Pitze AQC P B d d ATC E Pike f un ar , - ' AN G. Maxie,.AN D. Taylor. Amsc H. Blalaan, ADCS G. Hadley. ' ' ' ' ' g 230 2 zQ'f , V 1, aff x"' 405 First Row, left to right: AEI F. Knott LTjG G. Deprez, AEI D. Bernard. Second Row, left to right: AEI 1. Brannan, AEAN P. Robinson, III, AE2 j. Galle. 4-. L 5 4 Alix First Row, left to rigbt: AME2 T. Auletta, PR1 N. Plummer, LT j. Barber, LTJG G. Kornegay, AME1 R. Loeffelbolz, AME3 S. Semmler. Second Row, left to right: PR3 S. jones, PR3 S. Pace, AME3 M. Cleveland, AMEAN G. Haal, AMEAN G. Davis. 3-8441 4 f-my ul-E13 .aw First Row, ,left to right: AKAN P. Ezell, ATI H. Thomas, jr., AZC T. Gillmore, AMSC R. jackson, LT j. Vercber, LT H. Burkett, ADCS G. Hadley, AQC M. Waltz, AMSG H. Bickett. Second Row, left to right: AA L. McCullough, AZ1 j. Meyer, AQ1 R. Parker, AECS R. Barbaree, AO2 L. Beck, jr., AK2 j. McGill, jr., AZ3 j. Flowers, jr., AK3 j. Hodges, ADI! R. Patterson, AZ3 A. Rocha. 231 ,xg X First Row, left lo rigbl: MAHAA M. Hart, LTJG First Row, left zo riglal: ADj2 R. Dyer, ADj1 R Patterson LT j G. Kornegay, AMSC C. Fields, AMS3 C. Rossell. Barber, ADIC C. Sanders. ADIZ H. Tubaldo. Second Row, left to right, AN G. Fraysier, AN Second Row, lefl to right: ADf2 -D. jeffrey, ADIZ M Quzroz Garrison, AN S. Robocb. , ADIZ R. Rivers, ADj3 R. Wood, ADj2 R. Richey V Fu-st Row, left to right: AMH3 L. Ault, AMS1 M. Colvin, LTIG G. Kornegay, AMHC W. Cooper, AMH2 j. Lawrence, AMH-1 G. King. , Second Row, left zo right: AMS3 j. Knapscbafer, AMHAN S. Kubicz, AMS3 G. H la AMS3 W. Harlnett, AMS3 G. McNary, AMH3 C. Bess, AMH2 j. Kampa. op ins, 232 I F I to - Q .-- 1 .. V rust now, Lejz zo rzglat: AUAN '1'. Howard, AN M. jackson, A02 L. Beck, jr., LT H. Burkett, AOC S. Pitzer, A02 N. Leonard, A01 j. Isaacs. ' Second Row, left to right: AOAN M. Pasquine, AOAA M. Rotbgeb, A03 D. Porter, A03 j. Moor AOAA E. Cantu, A02 W. Nosko, A03 D. Hazlett, AA D. Iobnson. ef First Row left to right: AOAN M. PaS61lli'79f AQ2 J- Ke?" AQ3 G- Delbum' AE2 T' Hanley' LT H' Bwkeu' AQC P. Bundgard, AQ3 R. Stifflef, AQ2 R- Smifb- AQ2 Inman' ff' Second Row left to right: AQ1 T. Miller, AQ3 M. Hammette, AT2 D. Rice, AQ2 D. Britten, AQ3 R. Roberts. AQ2 P, Numbgrg, AQ3 j. Gabriel, AQ2 R. Hardgraue, AT3 D. Reicbenberg, AOAN D. Seals. 2 l,l lnbi 1 VA -86' Attach Squadron EICHTY-SIX was originally commissionedas Fighter Squadron 921 at NAS St. Louis during the Korean War in February 1951. In February 1953, the squadron was redesignated VF-84 while deployed to Guantanamo Bay aboard USS ANTIETAM. During fuly 1955, the squadron was again redesignated, this time as VA-86, the "Sidewinders,'. When originally commissioned, the squad- ron was'flying F4U "Corsairs". In fune 1953, the squadron commenced transition training to the F817-2 "BearcatH, in prepa- ration for the F917-5 "Panther" which was assigned in November 1952. In April 1955, the squadron began transitioning to the F7U-3M "Cutlass", Following extensive evaluation worlc withthe Sparrow I missile, VA-86, began to retire their "Cutlasses', in return for the A-4D-Z '7Shyhawlf", the first pf which was received on 10 May 1957. fter almost ten years in the "ShyhawIc,' VA-86 began transition training to the new A7A "Corsair IIN in March 1967 and became the first fleet operational squadron of A7's on 1 fune 1967. D Throughout its history, VA-86 has made numerous deployments to the Mediterranean and Caribbean Seas, and to Southeast Asia. The squadron has served aboard various air- craft carriers, including USS ANTIETAM, BENNINGTON, FORRESTAL, LAKE CHAMPLAIN, RANDOLPH, LEXINGTON, INTREPID, INDEPENDENCE, AMERICA, CORAL SEA and NIMITZ. CDR P. W. CARD, III, USN CDR L. W. SMITH, IR., USN Commanding Officer Executive Officer fi' QE First Row, left to rigbt: AZ1 R. Duguial, AQCS j. Shanks, LT R. Powell, LT T. Rhodes, LCDR j. Stevens, CWO3 L. Caron, ADCS H. Clifton, AEC C. Merrell, AK1 W. julian. Second Pow, left to right: AQ2 D. Stanley, AMS2 E. Elinicb, AZ2 C. Mundale, AN S. Woodford, AZ2 D. Hebert, AT1 S. Camacbo, AN R. Trifari, AK2 A. Mabini. 234 .. ,.,-,,,- ,,..-.4. -..1 .-.- ....,..,.-.,,,...-, 1.-Lf ...- .-. ... -- .t--V - A ...H t 4. LT T. Rhodes. , , GWO3 L. Caron, LT -I. Gray. . , ' . M, G dd d, AT2 R. Lively, AA K. Williams, AE2 S. Gilkey, AT3 Pryor, AT2 F Wlzrsl lQfj4uT1I?ftGgugEhT7fxR2Shipn1far1 H2 TC R. Webster. ATI J- 5filfSf AQ1 J- My2fS. AE2 J- Lewis, AQ3 H. Moss rrer, - I ' ' AQ2 R. Hendrix, AQ2 H- MCD0111- S nd Rou left to right' AQ3 A Baker AE3 D. Waddell, A03 j. Ferrari, AT2 B. Baumhach, AQ3 M. Holland, eco ', - ' ' AQ2 K 1551772911 AQ2 R. Landreth, AT2 Daniels, AQ3 K. Brooks, AEAN M. Yoder, AEAN T. Holt, AT3 T. Gilman Arg j.'A5hley, A03 R. Miller. Third pow leff to right: AT3 R. Grimes, AE2 j. Gates, AEAN T. Lambert, AOAN G. Zizelfllan, AT2 j. Casey AT3 R. Frey. First Row, left to right: LT T. Wright LT R Powell, LCDR W. Seim, LCDR j. Killian CDR L. Smith, LCDR Stevens, LT R. Shipman Second Row, left to right: LTJG B. Bergner LTJG W. Stoner, LTJG R. Schultz, LTJG j Weatherly, LT W. Milligan, LT j. Mz er I I First Row, left to right: AT2 M. Goddard, ADJAN L. johnson, AEAN T. Lambert, AQ2 H. McDow, LTjG B. Bergner, AT3 R. Frey, ASM3 j. Sharpe, AA R. Trafari. Second Row, left to right: AQ2 R. Hendrix, AQ2 H. Moss, AE2 j. Gates, AE2 S. Gilkey, ADJAN K. Zwilling, AK2 A. Mahini. 236 First Row, left to right: AMHAA W. Anderson, AMH3 1. Davis, ADJI R. Burrnaster, LTJG R. Schultz, ADf3 P. Tracy, AE2 M. Baker. Second Row, left to right: AN j. Machovec, AN j. Hawkins, AN K. Choate, AA N. MacMillian, ADJAA 1. Berner, ADj3 S. Bruce. First Row, left to right: LTIG B. Bergner, LT f. Gray. LTJG W. Stoner, LCDR j. Killian, LT T. Wright, LTJG R. Schultz, LT W. Milligan, NCI M. jones. , Second Row, left to right: PN2 G. Collins, YN3 j. Holyak, MS3 H. DelaCruz, PNSN M. Henry, PNSN G. Szgua, YN3 S. Lundy, YN3 D. Hawkins, YN2 H. Hall. I , ff , Waffff f'f""-'L' 1 First Row, left to fight- AZI R. Duguid, PRC G King AMSC L Higgins AQCS J Shanks AVCM v V - . - , . , . jones, ADCS H. Clifton, AEC C. Merrell, AMHI S. Loiancano, NCI M. jones. Second Row, left to right: ADJI L. Beery, AK1 W. julian, ADjI R. Burmaster, AMEI O. joiner, ATI j. Gough, AMHI W. Hod . AMSI . ' ' ges -I Mitchell, AQI j. Myers, ATI S. Camacho, ATI j. Brztts, AMSI S. Easton. First Row, left to right: A03 R. Miller, AOI A. Ponder, LT R. Shipman, A02 R. Gorey, A03 D. West. Second Row, left to right: AOAA j. Peet, A03 H. Miller. AOAN H- Simpson. AOAN G. Zizelman. , - . 0, ' , PR3 P. Prunkel, AMH2 B. Benthall, AMHI W. Hodges, PRC G. King, 53255 Rjytgfiefzeff,'f?GfZ?htIVe?1iyl9iily, AlVl3H'Ie'S. Loiancano, ADJI L. Beery, AMSI j. Mitchell, AMSI S. Easton, AMS3 j. Henningfield. S d R left to right, AN D Hopkins, AN j. McNeil, AMS2 R. Lytle, ADj2 L. Barnard, AA P. Roley, AD-I3 econ f Ow. - ' H H 'lion AME3 LaValla ADJ3 K. Zwilling, ADj2 C. Polston, ASM3 j. Sharpe, ADJAA L. johnson. . 617221 1 ' ' 237 1 i i gf KILL rf F I i VA Q-130 t CDR f. F. BURKEL, USN First Row, left to tight: AME2 Johnston, P121 Leick, LT scott, P122 Commanding Officer Riley, AME3 Wiiesthoff. Second Row, left to right: MSSA Newkirk, AAMEAN Chaffee, PRAN Banks, AMEAN Dulac. l f Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron ONE 5 THREE ZERO, VAQ-130, the oldest electronic warfare squadron in the Navy, received its first F EA-6B on 6 March 1975. The HZappers', of VAQ-130 spent the next three months familiar- izing themselves with the then newly assigned I , EA-68, aircraft before reporting aboard the USS NIMITZ. VAQ-130 isassigned four EA-6B,s which are flownyand maintained by 24 officers flnll 157 enlisted men. The Zappers are commanded by CDR I. F. Burhel. 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V X X 1 - qv 1 X X , , .5 , ' , 1 , we , K. i N., .4 5 Vs NI I U n I A Ni., , X 1 8 M .sim n 0 o mf 1 ', S - M f 1' w .. s vs. I .Q Y Qi: '-'1 :F 1 0 l I in X 1 aug.: 9 ' . 5? . I M,:jf7"x ., ' 'S W.. . 'Q 1 Nli. J., C wi A - v 3 - 7 3 N 4 LL hs f 4 a T ,si J ...M ,- ,.f ,- f..4.,Y-7 1-uv-.V 3-uni pn-uv N Z -. 4 me QSNQ K sv , n ,w X nl 4 44. f ...I!LLg In a W .5 nw. .. -i 1 B mini e aww' - S 5 1 'X . I .. I A 5 l VMFA-3 3 The history ofthe Shamrock Squad- ron began in August 1943, when VMSB fMarine Scout Bombing Squadron! 333 was formed. The squadron was de- activated on 1 November 1945. Trip Trey came to life again on 1 August 1952. and was designated VMFA333. ' VMFA-333 has made Mediterranean and,,Southeast Asia de loyments and has served in USS INZTEYPENDENCE, , LT cot HEINZERLING, USMC MAJoR B.-H. DRAFFEN, USMC g1ril1iElil5i'4f21i129ARATOGA, FORRESFAL, Commanding Officer Executive Office, First Row, left to right: SfSgt Chamberlain, SfSgt Challens, SfSgt Allen, SfSgt Miller, SfSgt Wadford, GyfSgt McMullan, MfS'gt Morgan, 1fSgt Hicks, GyfSgt Reinhardt, GyfSgt Larson, sfsgf Manchester, MfSgt Whiteford, SfSgt Hansen, GyfSgt Roddy, sfsgt Dunn. ' Second Row, left to right: MfSgt Peto, SfSgt Smith, GyfSgt Watson, GyfSgt Fargo, SfSgt Danner, SfSgt Begley, SfSgt HdgOOdL GyfSgt Flanik, Sf.S'gt Liptay, SfSgt Berry, SfSgt Yannaccone, .GyfSgt Barlage, MfSgt Hardee, .S'fSgt Greene, GyfSgt Daugherty. U ' ii-if 0 rw , .. M . if Ny' A P1 n l ff 0' Lf N 5 i ww. Y!! .rl 'll 'x First' Row, left to right: W. Rose, C. Rogers, S. Craven, C. Chappel, C. Herington, M. Claypool, K. Mclnlosh, j. Hutchins, W. Ralph, G. Peake, C. Troupe, D. Bell, j. Lloyd, R. Scheel. Second row, left to right: T. Fileneaum,j. Ott, R. Thompson, D. Garren, W. Terhune, P. Doubet, D. Smith, K. Higgins, M. Murphy, D. Priest, D. Barrett. W. Kruper. D. Cl1'n0pfm,1.., First Row, left to right: LT Segars, IJT Bozarth, CAPT Valerga, CAPT Clark, CAPT Meyer, CAPT Dolan, CAPT Poling, LTCOL Heinzerling, C.O., MAJ Draffen,-'X.O., CAPT Smith, LT Crawford, CAPT Summerlin, CAPT Bates, CWO3 Villarreal. Second Row, left to right: CAPT Dudley, LT Guidry, LT johnson, LT Calhoun, LT Aaron, LT Loomis, LT Theus, CAPT Denleewalter, LT Fitzgerald, LT Krerrzzan, LT McNeela. NV I 5.53 1 . 5: " "' " 'J VSAYAfxf3'3.'3 g!',,35 vw" W awk-0 .Maw Q l3v,gwNiXX1 'XV ..-- vx.kFW-323- ' ,SBP .., MARHES 3.4-27 4 First Row, left to right: LfCpl Moore, LfCpl Curry, LfCpl Detman, Sgt Dunkel, Sgt Walker, Sgt Landry, LfCpZ McNeeley. Second Row, left to riglot: Cpl Riley, Pfc Mercado, Sgt Deavers, Cpl Miller, Cpl Parker, LfCpl Marion, LfCpl Muenzel. V Tlvzrcl Row, left to right: L,fCpl Embery, LfCpl Osteen, Cpl Giancola. I i I First Row, left to right: Cpl Wilson, CP! 5lJ6gOg, Cp! Rebberg, L.fCpl Earring. 5200124 Rvw, left to right: L!CpZ Swab. LfCPl Holup, L.fCpl Mareci, Cpl Duncan. Tbifd Row. left to right: Pfc Arndt, Pfc Wise. WM X NX awww ANN i A M- ffzfy, 7' I M 'Z lf -, 4-. 5 3 f 1 ' N... H- ,.. b-f- 5 .ar .f Qs ' K-X4 -xg., Q KW? W, . 5- .. 'L 1-xr nvf- x...1i . x -N.. f, 9, ,Ii 1. ,,,.,,:,. .. 4,- ., -- 0-.if ,wg f.- xv W 7 94 X mm an.- ,',,.- A ,. f L, ,,' - .1 ALA' f ' ' nfz- ,:'f-- N 4 9, ,,. v 'Mr ,M ,qv , . ,,., -an .4-. ",. 1 'TY . J.. 1Q. ' pk L Q7 nf M if-':..' .f tav- ...Q rn., 4 A A 1735 - f 4-yi ' f4V-"A Y -.y.-..- Q 'lf ...f ci? Po -N, ,Ai -. A " ff - ...- 5. xl M.. WV f msazf- - ...r 'Wi '25, - -, Q. . if 'FFZIJE 5'-R will :fm ? Wig -:-gfxng-.1-, - -ffpa - J , ,QY 4-1--Y. ,.,.. f V ' f fi- Hi' Qi N , Y-. .,Y, -.........--. ,....--..,- - ..a. - f m,,f': ...,.. +V- Y - ,-W , ... f-?-.-T.....N,,......-H -,.-.--.,.-f.,.-, Administrative .. t L t -t Deparment XI Division First Row, left to ri ht: L13 S. Ganger, LII W. Gardtner, YN3 W. Liffick, PC2 C. Lacina, PCI R. Baher, I YN3 C. Anderson, YINTI R. Pineda, CWO2 W. Oliver, YNC W. Ross, YN2 D. Coarson, YN2 C. Evans, YN3 K. Boestfleisch, LISN D. Williams, SN D. Divine, LII D. Santer. Second Row, left to right: PC3 L. Thompson, SN C. Leighton, SN R. Garcia, PCSN D. Horton, PC3 G. Clair, SN H. Haefner, SN R. Perea, YNSN D. Young, YNSN R. Nixon, YNSA R. Holderhy, SN A. Ards, YNSN R. Aaron, L13 C. Rubens, jR. LISN H. Neece. Third Row, left to right: SN L. Sanders, LISN O. Selander, YN3 C. Shepherd, SN R. Hoclao, SA D. Cazidell, SN j. Harrison. Fifgf Row, left to ri ht: PN3 j. Hartman. PN2 D. johnson, PN2 R. Ellis, PNI P. Martin, NCI L. Boule, LT C, Burns, PNCS C. Blazek, AEI D.,Clanton, NCI W. Wood, PNI W.. Morgan, PN2 F. Wood. ' ' Second Row, left to right: PNSN G. Farmer, PNSN G. Troszczewslei, YNSN T.. Case, PNSN K. Brittin , PNSN G. Passino, PN3 M. Lakey, PN2 M. Harris, PNSN E. Slailes, PNSN E. Phelps, PNSN F. Meyer, PNSN D. Ewaid. X-3 Division X-4 Division 248 1 ., . , M ' 1 - G , First Row, left to right: JO3 W. McGee, jO2 L. Selle, LTjG T. Scott, IOC R. Witham, -IO2 R. Barlzdull. Second Row, left to right: jOSN M. Vogt, SN B. Allen, SN j. Angeles, jO3 D. Wooldridge. X-2 Division X7 Division rzrst Kow, Left to right: BM2 Dodson OSI Wright AT2 Snod rass MAI Earl MAI C ' K - H .. ' ' r -. a. . , LII G d f' k', LI Krogmann, LIJG Dotzert, MAI McCann, BM1g Lambert, MAI Gooding, 6M,IaIllenke, BME Zlilzagclg, Second Row, le t to right: BM2 Waid, AO3 M'll , AT2 Sh t , YNJ3 C ' Y , . BM? Smith, HT! Gruher, SN ChaUez,'SN EuansfrBM2 Montfzeuse, AIT3 ROUZt2gllmAZ5J2 google' MM3 Garlen YN3 Evans' . I3 . Thzrd Row zip to fl bf sw tvtzztams YNSN cm sf Sh ld ufbe 1 HW' AC3 Cowmi, A E2 Pulikmgr BM2 Cedem: LN2 Hermgg. e on. NSN Iolsgrove, BM3 Murilhy. SA Erickson, T5 Y Do o o lUlSl0ll First Row, left to right: MMI R. Starnes, MMC Left to right: MM1 R. Starnes, HTC 1. Price, Dobbins, CDR'Petricb, ABCS Aanerud, AO1 King. H 1 CDR Petricb, ABCS Aanerud, A01 King. Second Row, left to right: HTC Price, SN Ortiz, ETN2 Sullivan, YN3 Schneider. .3 if 131- Y , v, ..,,: Navigation Department N Division E N First Row, left to right: QM3 Richards, QM1 A. Lewallen, First Row, left to right: QM3 V. Heath, SN R. Knall, LCDR j. Landon, QMC C. smith, SN G. Marshall, QM3 F. cazflban. LT J. Ryan, QMSN s. zanw, QMSN R. ofzzesbaw. Second Row, left to right: QM2 D. .Miller, SA S. Goldwait, Second Row, left to right: QM1 R. Aquino, SA P. Kaiser, QMSN G. Perkins, QMSA K. Lunney. QMSA j. Carmine, QM2 -I. Keeling, SA H. Sfrzitb, YN3 j. Stockman. Operations Department Ups. Admin. Left to rigbt: YN3 R. Bowen, YNSN K. Runyon, CDR W. Roloinson, CDR Cocciuio, LT F. Weston, YN3 D. Griffin, YNSN A. Augustine. Do 0 0 10181011 First Row, left to right: AG2 K. Vanourney, AGAN M. Stouer, AGAA T.AHaber, AGC P- O'5f1'Qt7. CDR R. Kirk, AGCM M. Scott, AG3 W. Franklin, AGAN K. FISD, AGI R. Picard. Second Row, left to riglJt:AG2 R. Bouchard, AGAN R. Hutton, AGAN E. Anderson, AG2 W. Davison, AGI M. Parrish, AN D. Bauer, AGA N T, Maier, AGAN D. Desmond, AG5 M. Young, 249 -- Operations Department OC Division First Row, left to right: ACC D. jenkins, ACC' G. Raymond, GDR R. Alvarez. CDR R. Pottratz, LT F. Smith, ACCS P. Rivera, AC2 G. Gorman, AC2 K. Honig. Second Row, left to ri ht: AN R. Stanger, AN T. jezewslzi, AC1 G. McCayrey, AC3 W. Murphy, AC2 j. Wiliams, ACAN S. Torres, AG2 M. Taff, AG2 R. Hostet er, ACAN M. Paternoster. First Row, left to right.'AC1 J. Terwilliger, AGI R. Trotter, AC2 D. Kiefer, AC2 B. Sterling, ACI T. Waugh, CDR R. Alvarez, CDR R. Potratz. LT F. Smith, AC2 G. Smith, ACI M. Alfson, ACI H. Brevell. Second Row, left to ri ht: ACAN R. Coulter, AC3 D. Alaniz, AC2 D. Mayhugh, AC3 j. Fabian, ACAN D. Bjerlae, AC3 G. Lohr, 1fC2 M. Roberts, AC2 R. King, AC2 R. Hatch, ACAN D. Howsden. mow, ten .0 figmf M K. Queufy, aim U. Stavitzski ETR2 K Tanner ET1 c Parker ET1 D Locke ETC C N Z T , . , 1. , . , . ee Gy, ENS T. Hoover, CWO2 D. Nash, ICC D. Barnes, ICI j. Gordon, ETRSN C. Wagner, IC2 j. Moore, ETR2 R. Muscher, IC2 D. May. ETR3 j. Harrold. Second Row, left to right: ETN2 D. Clemenson, ETNSN M. Hethcoat, ETRSA S. Udelhoven, ETRSN E. McCauley, ETR2 Maynard, FTM2 C. Snyder, ETR2 G. Tremblay, ETR2 R. Round, ETR3 j. Balding, ETR3 B. Crocker, ETR3 R. Cavanaug , IC1 D. Merchant, ET1 B. Alkins, FTM2 A. En lert. ghigd Row, left to right: FTM1 Mitchell, BTI L. Beaucaire, ETNSN M. Shumate, ETN3 j. Reaves, ETR2 D. Berg, FTM1 . earin. OE Division rzrsz now, left to right: b"l'R3 R. Carlson. ETR3 M. gqohnson, ETN3 P. Biggers, DS2 j. Benson, DS3 G. Greenawalt, lE:nG43f165V9f?Of2. GWO3 P. Berdeski, LCDR R. Ohm, E C D. Blasko, DS3 E. LeGault, DS3 M. Mondragon, DS3 G. Hosale, . urner. Second Roux, left to right: ETRSA S. Vidzes. ETNSA B. Fowler, DS2 A. Boncato, DS3 A. Hahn, DS2 S. Perkins, DS2 D. Hamm, DS2 Waite, DS3 W. Boidanowich, SA P. Emerson, DS2 f. Mayo, DS3 M. Gullins, DS3 D. Priclzett, SA H. Fields. Third Row, left to right: TR2 j. Corboo, DS1 G. Metcalf, DS2 P. Donadio, DS2 D. Riches, DS3 G. Bless. 250 L. I. "CIC Division f-gf! 'Z'-"-fx' F lvrst ow 191 10 Wall! SA D Vvvzlze l:'1N5 R johnson ETR3 C Crows FIR2 G johnson ETR2 N lzndner E'I1 H McGratl9 Eff, R Eortzer LI E Manes ICDR R Ohm DSC A Stzles E11 K Kelly ETRZR obrzson LTNZL Buttlfr FTN2 M Sample geggogdsgtjl lggltg rfb! EIQIQZAR tlgcyer L'INSN D Moreland SA D Cooper DSI j Tulppo D531 Ryrnnzg DS9 C lalec offey mer ETRZJ Kzeffalaer ETN3 M Guardzola ETNZM Martin Division Irzrst Row left to rzgbt OSSN D Grose SN A Pettus OSSN G Fales OS2 M janclec OSSN L jones OSI I Wheeler OSI D Madden OS3 D Ouerfzeld EW3 G Ernest l:W3 V Edwards EW3 W Anderson EW3 j Snelson Second Row let to rzglvt OSSN j lontrnz OS2 R Brown OSI E West OSI R Russell SNF Talley OSSNR Earls OSI P Croteau OS2 D Ward OSSN K Sbeeran OSSN S Mesyaros OSSN D Brzcleley EWI G LaPoznt 'Ibzrd Row left to rzgbt OS2 R God rey OSI N Wood OS3 S Ward OSI S O Halloran OSI C McPeele OSSN D Cramer 1-' R , 1 A 1 . QSSN I A 51 , SN G, GZ tg , OSSN F. Slelear, OS2 Smttla, OS2 I. Ilvrtngfr, OD2 W..Larnrn. Stilrsli, Gixjdingg, 18525 351 Pope, JOSSN iistllllliglot, OSSN Sheppard, OS3 R. Syerps, OSSN M. Constancto, OSSN L.. Ringgold. Second Row, Ze!! to right., EHI3 E. Bmndagel OSSN D. Campbell, 051 E, jones, OS2 D. Krzeger, OSSN j. Breslin, OS3 D. Richards, OS2 W. Harrison, OSI V. Weyanberg, SA V. Elulzer, OS2 E. Smzllo, OSI E. Br1ttOW. OSI EY. james. I I Third Row, left to rigbt:OSSN A. Madden, OSSN j. Walker, EWSN j. Hogan. E111 G- GHYHSOH. OSSIN D. Parson. OSI H. Sleznnert OSSN F. McKnight. 1 I 0L .i Division 5 I E x ' - 1 ' ' ' 1 He. , LCDR H. F'st Row, left to right: SN Davis, SN L. Rittenlzerry, OSI '11 MarrxI111ROIGIDRQflGfO MZ5fGuf1rrlliC LCDRSSW. Lupton, ligne, LTjG IV. Hess, AA L- MfISl'l2I1ft2, SA P. Reigel, SN R. Scales. LCDR'J Twmor ' ' ' Second Row, left to right: SN D. Lamb, SN M. Dearing, SN G. Sgcond 120111 to rt'glJl.' LCDR R. Brooks, LY' V. Wilson, SN B. Sims, SN W. Latloam, SA D. Curnrnlns, SN R. Hamonko. Yauorskzi, CWO3 j. Srnitlv. 251 OP Division W' Operations Deparment Dc I Q lvl-91011 First Row, left to right: CTM2 L. Wright, CTOQY Warsing, LCDR j. Lee, CTA2 M. Heacox, CTOSN E. Westmoreland. Second Row, left to right: CTO2 M. Carpenter, CTO3 K. Schwam, CTOSN G. Connor. A Fiisi Row, left to fight: PIII J. cook, PHAN In. Spenis, PHAN J. Christian, PHAN K. English, PH2 JJ Samples, AA D. I TTT Trotter, AA R. Adams, LCDR E. Havens, PHCS H. Faulkner, PHAN C. Salvo, PHAN R. Hester, PHAN D. Robbins, PHI W. Hosier, AA M. Adams, PH2 L. Kesler. Second Row, left to ri PHAN j. Duane, PH1 R.' Clinton, AA J. Langley, PHAN G. Delmonte, PHAN P. Nichols PH2 G. Crosby, PHAN j. Finchballgh, PHAN C. DeAngelo, PH2 G. King, PH2 T. Robb, PH1 R.. Hellwig, PH1 D. Ellis, RHAN R. Hoffer. Third Row, left to right: PHAN B. Carter, PHAN D. McAdams, PH2 E. Causey, PHAN P. Harfst. 134- 1 I' QE ii., , . .. - I f f Division 113531 Row, left to right: ISSN w. Vadney, IS3 R. Quinlan, ISSA D. While, ISSA D. Wilkinson, ISSN G. Situe, ISSN J Bnslneilfw I3 LC . eauers, DR W. Smith, LTjG J. Hooks, ISCM L. jones, IS1 K. Kramer, IS2 S. Gore, IS3 H. McPheron, ISSN S. McDonald, IS3 C. Bowles. ' Second Row, left to right: ISSN M. Stephens, IS3 C. Smith, ISSN D. Vital, ISSN R. McNitt, ISSN C. Harbaugh, IS3 C. Ulrich, ISSA S. Pace, IS3 E. Lanham, IS3 R. Scott, IS1 j. Horn, IS2 K. Bartley, ISSN M. Ross. - ---H --vw. H- V W fn ut. ut L V. v guoy, IIVJIV lu. IvIeyers, UIJOIV IYI. Lzrbes, UM2 . G , DPC T D 1 ' 'TTTTWT Bnsli LT 1 Qxniionei ISCDR w Sfiiiliu LT T B li J 'Mes eg Om' ENS G D82 L' Hardy' DP3' B..Theune' . , . n n, LTIG C. Morrison, CTTC R. Eilwniil, DSC Ie. Ifeiin, DS2 W.'Snnninn', gecond Row, left' to right: SA M. MaiIaranz,lSN Z. Gaubatz, AA B. S6lUtZgQ,' YN1 H. Amato, DP2 T. Mattson, CTT3 L. S - ll 252 M2 H Hand, C7 TSN D. Bates, DPSN j. Lieb, AA F. Greco, DSI R. McBride, YNSN G. Lee, DS3 R. Parham, DS1 j. sciurjpd. OZ I KI Division ...Q A l L A ir Department V0 Division lr lrst Row, CDR C- Erie. ABCM R. McLane, YN2 J. Gramm, ABHA N Tf Burgess. Second Row, left to right: ABHAN C. Laspe, AZAN R. Beldlevldn. ABHAN T. Glover, AN O. Mitchell. left to right: AEAN H. Rozrlanff, ABHAN L Morgan gb ' ...g A ' ' First Row, left to right: AN G. Youn , AA j. Rummin er, ABH3 C. Strong, ABH3 P. Pettus, ABH3 G. Reace, AA K. Fall ABHAN R. Block, ABH2 N. Beitzel, EA Walker, AA Fleming. Second Row, left to rzgbt: ABHAN L. Wilhelm, AN R. Potts, ABHAN R. Triscb, AA j. Banks, ABHAN C. Zawatski, ABHAN D. Hooper, ABHAN G. Clive, AA T. Hagerty. Al. Q. L ww. . I t ' . I 1,111 Y: , mn. ... . - . . First Row, left to right: AN L. Gay, AA A. Sexton, AA L. Webb, AN M. Reynolds, ABHC j. Williams, ABH1 R. Conard, ABHAN R. Hatt, AN D. Drew, AN L. Lanier, AA D. Nardone. ' ' Second Row, left to right: AA D. Bogaczyle, AN E. Armstrong, AN j. Hunter, AA T. Hzggzng, ABHAN C. Brower, AN W. Serviss, AN B., Sanders, AN A. Tuggle, ABHAN D. Tackett. mfs. . -..........,.. ...MALL 1- - ' 1. .' AA 5. C ff ff, Aw L. KI.IIlbfPl!, ABHAA .u. wwf., AN G. jozmson, AHH2 1. HMS, AA c. Henkgif fgKjbfjRgZffr!pAZBl13jrE, tWilder, A1575 'l:9.r Verlaelsl. ABH3 K. Dane, ABH3 Rue, AN R. Shea. Seconlj Rozy., lpfg to rz'gbt:ABHAN S. Larson, AA R. Nelson, AA R. Gosnell, AN R. Sweat, AN A. Nelson, ABHAN j. Swancey. AN W. Gevkgm AN L, Mpad, AN P, Chandler, ABHAN S. Coombes, ABHAA P. Frazier. 253 Department 4 V2 Division 254 Air VI Division L 1- First Row. left to right: ABHAN J. Martineson, AN M. Castaneda, AZ3 A. Diaz, AN D. Leavitt, LT G. Hart, ABCS F. Rineer, LCDR N. Holhen, ABHC j. Brock, LGDR M. Tracey, AA R. Tumey, AA H. Thomas, ABHAA D. Smith, AA H. Latten. ' ' Second Row, left to right: AA D. Sanders, AN j. johns, AA j. Newton, AN B. Davis, AA M. Dachtler, AN j. Phillips, ABHAN H. Moreno, ABH2 M. Frost, ABHAN B. Morris, ABHAN G. Gidney, AA j. Evans, AA T. McGroarty. Third Row, left to right:AA T. Saunders, AN j. Thomas, ABH3 R. Lewis, AN G. johnson. AA D. Simmons. ABH2 j. Holscher, AA G. Michaelis, ABHAN j. Ervin, ABHAN B. Coleman, AA R. Bryan, AA M. Neese. MnnbeS,LCD1i P. Wnfes, LTPffHnnfleEi,'A'BE'2THtE1QSQ'AE15b ETNEQZQ1 Ai-z'i?'T.APv1LE712nQy,1AMAm5f'152'ffiti,DABEAN' figiiiolgf Second Row, left to ri ht: AN K. jones, AA P. Zuzgo, ABEAA j. Fragapane, AN R. Ojanen, AA W. Lovely, ABEAN G. Howell, ABEAN K. Gagoon, ABEAN W. Hutchinson, AA W. Martin, ABEAN P. Nellis, ABEAN R. Salguet, AA j. Lawson, ABEAN E. Farmer. Third Row, left to right: ABEAN D. Hodges, AN R. Arguello, AN D. Helton, AA N. Brazell, AA R. Unrah, ABH2 G. MfFlvaf1. First Row, left to right: AR W. Walker, AR R. Garcia, ABEAA D. Sites, AN D. Mayer, ABEAN J. State, ABE2 W. Douglas, ABE2 R. Loud, LCDR P. Wales, ABEC j. Wilson, ABE2 T. Greer, ABE2 f. McDonald, ABEAN D. Weeks, AA L. Baxter, ABEAN W. Tacker. ABEAA Mannering. Second Row, left to right: AA E. Tavares, ABEAA W. Bernardo, AA j. Gomez, AA j. Dilday, AA C. Perri, ABEAN B. Provido QAblE.lg'7itzg5rald, AA S. Cowart, ABEAN M. Nickerson, AA L. Gropp, ABE3 W. Bailey, ABEAN j. Anderson, AA M. Crocker, B ' . Wi iams. Third Row, left to right:ABEAA M-. Osborne, AA B. Pasley, ABEAN L. Basque, AA M. Harris, AN B. Jennings, AN M. Pruitt ABE2 R. Garrison, AA j. Colunga. I I Lust now, teft to right: Atv A. moore, AN 11. Lonraa, AA R. Keegan, ABE1 D. Fenton, EMI R. Konken, ABEC P. Starkey,f LGDR P. Wales, ABEG R. McLane, ABE1 R. Denham, ICI S. Romanetz, ABE3 N. McLure, ABE3 j. Clements, ABE3 D. Smith, Second Row, left to right: AN R. Hardman, AA T. Tennial, AN f. Wilson, ABEAN M Kidd AN R Buhn ABEAN P K'hl Ag Q E1iCkSZ,fxB15ANbL.ALnnQ, AN L. Taffee, AN G. Peffona, AN T. 011550, ABHAN ir. snyzesf, AA T. Fimi. ' Z ' ir ow, e t to rig t: BE2 M. Kitchens, AN A. D t a , AN R. G' , , AN 1, 13411, ,1C3 C, 5 , . ABEAN A. Thurman, 163 L. Heter, AN L. Bmw... 6 Om SSO mgmm P Hg my A852 A Jackson' 1- Fifsg Row, left to ri ht: AN j. Plalz, ABE1 P. Mella, LCDR P. Wales, CW54 R. Archibald, ABE2 D. Manson, AN R. Hatcher. Second Row, lefl to riijhl: AMS3 M. Parris. EMI R. Konken, AN R. Speers, AN j. uffy, AN A. Caszillio, AN G. Ellis. l A 4 H - 4 V2 Division 23512 Koutcgg Q fifblz: 1CgWs64RgnaZQ1i, A5352 T. GfeQf,TA1TY2. 'Y en, - Cl . . ' d, . , ABE2 G. Doss. 95 rcozha ABE2 W Douglas, Selcond Row, left Zofight: ABE2 R. Loud, ABE2 R. Neely, ABE2 M, K1fCl99f2S. ABE2 j. Hzcks, ABE2 R. Garrison. ABE2 G. McElyea. Division Fzrst Row le t to rzght AN M Trzpletl ABHAN G Smzlh AN j Mzngora ABI-13 B Reuben ABH2 T Zzmmerman ABHC H Nunley LCDRJ Draper ABH1 L Dennzs ABHAN M Fztzgerald ANI Shrull AA D Galyon AA A Caldon Second Row le l lo rzght AA H Woodruf AA R Arono sky ABHAN E Bunyard AA j Moore AA S Bradley AA M Gonzales AA H Rodgers ABHAN S Kmel AND Rezlly AN G Harrzs AA A Casupanan AN E Grzcleard Thzrd Row le! lo rzght ABHAN j Ratclz AN R Wheeler ABH3 j Murphy AN R Carly AND Azegler AN P Keel F l h AA P l AA C M d AA A Dolzgosa AN A Fenzmore ARj Watson ABH3j Sczlzpole ABT-1l2l?fOwWooenlardO IiZCDtR j Drapefln.iBHC H NunJiyyABH1 C Plese ABHZA Harduzclz ABH3 j Ixranz AA G Goessler RM3A Fl L Second Rriih let to rzghzf AN L Gardner AN j Nzckerson ABHAN j Eskeldson ABHAN C Slewari AA D Sfurdzvan ABHAN M Morrison AA A johnson AN j McKinney AN D Yromhley AA R Hzlhurn AN R Gaulhzer AN R Rzccardellz AN G D Thzrd Rszhssle Z to rzghl AA B Garnes AN C Mzrns AA j Morgan AN A Loue ABH3j Randolph AN Y Scssoms AN T Meeks ABHANL Gzger AA j Colone Dwzslon lg F3 Yafes AA MC1OllgDII77 ABIAN C Pecoraro ABF5 C Hzlmolh ABI3 H Ro ers AA ABlr1A S Perzgen AA P Nffdllfllli f P fi AA H ackson AA 'I Dams AA D jamcrson AA B lrzska ABFAA SpcgnglpiouyxliplglOprjZgLli119QiiAAILl4 1-:mTi1rrlAic4c AAOWI CW olpc AA C O Brien ABI AA D Tl O7lIllSO77 AA F Lylchrson ABI11 V Bras! AA 'SI 561711191 55 H 1 f . 1' - 4 1' - .I 1 ' ' 1 I - I ' . 1 u I If I 'l ' ff I ' f ll ' f 9 l I ' I ' O ' . f ' -' - 'ff. - . - . - . - R ' . - . . 1 l -' - J I - 1 ' . ' ' ' I, ' ' I . ' ' 4 I ' ' "X "I ' ' ffl .' ."'. .' i,' ,f . :4 -' - . ' . ., . . ' f 1 3 - f - '4 1 T 8 I glriffusffgglf in AAITV icelibdlldlj, A BFAAAR. Monlgomery, ABFAA D. Donoho, AA P. Kolp, AA S. Kolb, AN R. jones, 4 1. , ' , I Il- ' . J I .Ax I 3. X j rig J J In 'f I I . J' - , . li j' , r I fy - lk 1 I 4 J. 7' Q- I -1 A fl' - A ' ' ' A A ' I A . , , A ' ' V ' 2 -" -- A Department V4 Division ' " 'Wm' f'W4vmmvmw-mf-um-.W.......-.- ir ,, . W-:-i-ii 'K ' ' 1, A. Mn P, ,Z , AA . B , AN R. Dresclaer, ABF3 D. Dingman, ABF1 G. Blicleford, ABF2 1glrqWf'gI5?z1fqj, ifglfllo Wig gz'de4nZi3 AA Dilhlclclzflljiix, ABlI'71 fougilson, ABF2 D. Menke, AA R. Britt, AA R. Fedrzclz, ABFAR J, R s, AA S. Z ll, , AA R. Silbert. 1 , 855555 RQ., lefll 12ri-.'gbt.- AA G. Gresham, ABFAN R. Hzte, ABFAA D. Bolling. AA W- JQHQS' A1253 Lf KOSS- ABFAN H. Chanzhlis, AN D. Cox. AA P. Armstrong, ABFAA R. Neumann. AA R- Stine, AA L. Wzdzlaows z, AN W. Harden, AA W. Burlingame, ABFAN A. Cuevas. First Row, left to ri bt: AN C. Troute, AA D. Russo, AN K. Speroni, AA Z. Torolz, ABF2 f. Bercume, AA j. Sobol, ABFC C. jones, WO1 R. 1'i7'l1107Z, ABFC D. Olsen, AA D. Hughes, ABF3 M. Marcels, ABF3 j. Cooper, AN W. Price, ABFAN Gring, AA J. Hendley. Second Row, left to right: AA W, Wallace, ABFAN j. Izzo, AA D. Comer, ABFAA E. Konlzler, AN R. Davies, AA F. Gulasa, ABF1 R. Helms, AN H. Moore, AN R. Fredette, AA E. Simpson, AA H. Hutchings, AA R. Simon, ABF3 E. O'Neal, ABF3 K. Maleslez. Weapons Department Admin. Division Left to right' SN R Rainwater AOC K H dw f - . . . . owar , F' t Rf , I 1 1 'bt.- AO1 . M Pb 'Z, CWO2 L.TjG R. Galecki. GMGC f. Dean, YN3 S. Tourtellot, MlrSnocla,Nli,CDeI5 T. OA lrlgz, AOC G. iee, CAOILZWV. Shank. YN3 S. Powell. Second Row, left to right: AOAN S. Smitty AOAA V. wftgbf, SN L. J0b..So.., AA C. Mfzsimd. ' First Row left to right' AO3 S Zalerockz' AN T E I lm K ll 1 - N U . . ng eman, AO1-G. First Row, left to right: AO2 G. Beausejour, AO1 W. Cole, CWO2 M. IlKIECjarg2lgZWaO2 M- 910012. LCDR T. Allen, AO1 J. Coats, AO2 j. Cason, gnocle2l55DR 2FyAllen, Langgis, AO2 W. Smith, AOAN R. Ccix. - 1 '- , , ecn 0,QftOiz.- N. ent,AOANR.WfZ,d,AO3R. Second Row, left to right,-AO3 C. Bell, A03 W. Wlnztney, A03 j. Manson, Ortiz, AOAZA T. Browiz,gA OAN R. Wiitson. W an AO1 R. 1yS072. AN fo ROQ, AN K. Fuellzng, AN S. Scott, AN W. jolvrzson. 256 . 2 , -. , I . . 1 . I , L gg 1 ' l- 1 Weapons Department G'-1 Division First Row, left to ri ht: A03 C. jones, A03-K. Slocke A01 R. F o CW02 M. Snock, LCDR T. Ellen, A01 B. Kirby, AA C. Rich, A02 K. Spoon., m Second Row, left to right: A03 j. Stout, AN D. Marks, AA D. Arnold, AN L. Marshall, AN D. johnson, AA R. Davis, AOAN D. Hall. First Row, left to right: AN G. Braig, AOAN B. Gurnsey, AQ2 P. Keller, A02 T. Knoll, A02 T. Turner, A01 j. Pierczynski, MW Slnocle, LCDR T. Allen, AOC B. Murphy, A02 j. Chedester, A02 j. Rolzus, A02 R. Friedman, A02 R. Gehlhach, . orey. Second Row, left to right: AOAN K. Riggle, AOAN L. Maguire, SA T. Highhouse, AN L. Baker, AN D. Sewell, AN W. Standish, AA E. Mayes, AOAN M. Guzman, A03 j. Deniz, AN P. Torres, AA R. Garher. First Row, left to right: AOAN G. Bowen, AN Thompson, A03 S. Truitt, AA S. Peterson, A01 T. Einhaus, CW02 M. Snocle, LCDR T. Allen, AOC G. Lutz. A02 M. Baker, A02 T. Vaughan, AOAN C. Parker, AN j. Demecle, AN j. May. Second Row, left to right: A03 T. Bishop, SN S. Tidwell, SN B. johnson, AOAN C. Cook, AOAN W. Boucher, AOAN S. Berrey, AOAN R. Cameron, AN R.Dammann, AOAN L. Barnett, AOAN C. Maroney, AN S. Foley, AOAN N. Dubois. Third Row, left to right: A03 M. Houston, AA V. Severin, A02 C. Adams, AN j. Stilley, AN V. Davis, AOAN R. McGraw, AOAN R. Lezresque. G Division f First Row, left to right: GMGSA G. Koolger, GMGSA L. Nezvherry, SN G. AHYIQPYIYOIU, A01 j. Deshotel, CW03 G. Neifllinger, GMGC H1 Callahan, GMG3 j. Sten,-mf, SN C. Congef, SN C. Pierce. I Second Row, left to right: GMGSN j. Dougherty, AN R. Szzrralt, SN D. Merszngef' SA F' Guild, SN Guillen, GMG2 C. Dicks, SA T. Danlemeyer, SA C. Serra. ' l 257 Weapons Department G'-2 Division -. I , ' , SR G, F Z , SN D. Parker, SN P. Azzarone, GMG2 K. Miller, AO1 W. Lau , 26563Rojiunigzifggfbgmsoicjj.Lflfllfzrlz, GMG3 if flbmtdt, A03 R. Meyers. A03 D. johnson. SN R. Leabew, SA fp, SZZ2cifz?'nRow, left to right: SA D. Nerat, SN B. Larussa, SA D- Reynolds. SN M' Dias' Sg,T' Adams' SA R- R4W'fl0f'ld. GMGSA A. Pbielger, SA R. Woods, SA R. Surratt, SA R. Stever, SA D. Walls, SA j. Keps ire. t Third Row' left io ,ight SA B. Suhr, SA j. jones, SN B. Hill, SA. S. Parnell, SA L. Colclougb, SA R. Winston, .TN W. Povnnlrlc, SA T. .QfD1lD1'. V W . Division 1 First Row, left' to right: AN S. Newton, SN H. Koontz, GMT3 j. Moran, GMT1 R. Co lio, GMTC D. Klee, LT j. Olson, LCDR P. Dickens, CWO2 B. Decker, GMT1 F. Cox, GMT1 L. Wilson, GMT1 B. Hays, GMT2 O'Brien. Second Row, left to right: GMT3 D. Warnock, SN j. Winkler, YNSN T. Grant, GMTSN W. Noyes, GMTSN R. Glenn, GMTSN D. Davis, GMT2 L. Matloeny, GMTSN R.' VanAaken, SN J. Kuligowski, GMT2 A. Allen, SN T. Cleveland, GMTSN M. Bond. Third Row, left to right: GMTSN D. Snow, GMT1 P. Scbirnming, GMT1 j. Luscan, GMTSN R. Williams, GMT2 C. Green, SK2 S. Davis, GMT3 K. Zeller, GMT3 K. Edwards, GMTSN R. Tolle, SN A. johnson. SAM Do 0 0 lUlSl0ll First ,Row, left to right: GMG3 J. Merrill, GMGSN M. Guyton, SN R. Leg i FTM3 M B FTG3 F O GMG1 R. Qgcijijfgn LT W- Kefman' GMG1 B' Wbeelefr FTM3 F- lapel. FTM3 W. Wyaizfl FTG2 E. GfQ3fwl5TMsN L. Pagjjrzcire, GMGSN Second Row, left to right: SN D. Levy, GMG3 j. St lt , FTMSN G. ' GMG3 R. Baker, FTM3 R. Ervin, GMG3 wg' nmabew, GMCEJQ Boyd, PTM2ITMAIZLQSEllZf,RsNT1Zgn13r6Cif.i.D' Keyes' SN O' Cruz' Mar. Det. rzrsi Row, tejt to rzgbt: P c W. Brown, Pfc D. Schmidt LXC I ' F lW Mal 1 1K1-1t F. R- , S S . 1 r p j. Pelbzney, LfCpZ j. Mullen, Cpl T. Spatz. J J Segolgld Row' len lzgziegbt.4J52gl gteiiioufgegplgfo. GPaiIker, Cpl j. Lewallen, LfCPl W. Stewart. Lfcpl P- Rowland 258 LCZH' - ' - I .C . CC6lflny.Pfc .vga k'k,P D.B'k. ,PfcG.MCGee f p Tierney. Pfc K. Roth, Pfc T. Batten, Pfc L. Powell, L!Cpl Pa321neiiSP7c P. Spikes? man Mar. Det. First Row, left to right: LfCpl G. Matthews, LfCpt j. Enno, LfCpl W. Chasan, LfCpl S. Mixon, Cp! D. Dickson, Cp! j. Petruch, Cp! C. Christensen, 1fSgt G. Wright, SfSgt L. Sanders, Sgt R. Wade, LfCplA. Smith, LfCpl Lunn, LfCpl L. jones. Second Row, left to right: LfCpl j. Hall, LfCpt j. Taylor, Pfc R. Arnold, Pfc W. Rohal, LfCp L. Cox, Pfc M. Cantrell, Pfc D. Snead, LfCpl R. Bethea, L,fCpt R. Williams, LfCpt j. Dunkle. i Eng. Uffice AIM First Row, left to right: LfCpl M. David, LfCpl D. Crowley, LfCpl N. Mishoe, LfCpl A. Rosa, Cp! W. Saunders, Cp! j. Stroud, Sgt D. Casey, Capt R. Vercauteren, Cp! F. Garms, Cp! W. Craven, LfCpl M. Smith, LfCpl j. Paxton, LfCpl E. Sara. Second Row, left to right: Pfc j. Black, Pfc M. Sirk, Pfc V. Ornelas, LfCpl P. Sensing, Pfc R. Petolilio, Pfc S. Shaffer, Pfc R. Ernst, Pfc D. Wentworth, Pfc R. Dugas, LfCpt W. Ruxton. ln I .,.,,, . 1. - Q Engineering Department A 2 gn. A Officers First Row, left to ri ht: WO1 j. Meyer, LTJG j. Hall, LCDR S. Elrod, LCTDR C. Tward , CWO3 R. Parker. Second Row, left to ri ht: LCDR L. Bergen, CWO2 P. Odom, LT j. McDonald. First Row, left to right: CWO2 K. Bradley, LTjG Hall, LCDR T. Sheridan, LCDR S. Elrod, LCDR C. wardy, CWO3 R. Parker. Second Row, left to right: CWO2 C. Klein, WO1 j. Meyer, LCDR L. Berhen, CWO2 P. Odom, LT j. McDonald. j U, wr Q " 1, A G V3 . 5' V :L g EAO 2 F'rst Row, I ft to fi ht: M113 sr. mfptry, ICJ W. Petty, First Row. left to figbff W4 Miller' L- Kfffbef- R- Dellfftvffffo' B- Clflfkf M,cfCM D. Baijwjni yijcj Af. Mgvkej, YN1 R, Fenimore, F. jamzn, Mr. Kiefer, Mr. lxlzen, K. Troutman, Richards. U spcomz Row, left to fl' bt- YNSN D. jmfffm, YN3 L. Second R910 feff fe ffebff T- CVZSSQJU M- Hadden. R. Bell' D- 01251, Brown, EM3 Sparks, TNS W. Quigley. R. Franklin, C. Gray, Champion. 259 , A Engineering Department Division First Row, left to right: R. Hawrysko, D. Nix, P. Carlin, Mr. Klein, Mr. Kiefer, E. Combs, D. Levi, j. Dove, C. Gaylor. . I Second Row, left to right: M. Raphael, L. johnson, D. Lewl-S. j. Flores. D. McCarthy, K, Bgkef, j. McCroskey, W. Saxon, R. Howard, G. Williams. 1 ,Hemi 1 First Row, left to right: T. Tyler, G. Pearson, Mr. Kiefer, Mr. Klein, First Row, left to right: A. Torres, M. Maher, G. Phillips, j. Bails, E. Styles, A. Peters, j. Hatcher. Mr. Klein, Mr. Kiefer, D. Smith, A. Swedeen. ' Second Row, left to right: A. Insinga, j. Lee, K. Newman, F. O'Nesky, 'Second Row, left to right.'D. Anderson, Mr. Roberts, L. Haney, O. Dillon, E. Raye, G. Hickert. T. Taylor, L. Hubbard, R. Chandley. 260 I . Hs. now, MTV tutrzgms D. Hefjerman, K. Callahan, W. Studds, E. Thomas, R. Abbott, D. Baldwin, T. DuianTK. Swartz, C. Carter, K. estrich, j. Smith. gecgond Row, left to right: S. Corazalla, T. Paletta, j. Whitebird, R. Wanger, f. Hanewicz, T. Titus, T. Settle, T. Hamrick, . een. Y birsz Kow, tejt to right: j. Shaffer, R. Bennett, L. Alward, D. W'lb le D 7 TTS , . h l , . F' , M . L I tg. Fezzztoii, R. Fcjtstep, S. lfalewsky, j. Rose, C. Pinson. Z an S S u iz R HS! r azm econ ow, et to ri t: R. Gat , R. K lb, . R ' , F. D l . ' . . D t. K. Pemberton' P- Noweli J. Negleyiesx. Fmlegl G'fWaZ?Z2.er ery ak. C files. T Spellman, C ean Thzfd Row. left 10 N851-' C- Fulghum. P. izzi. J- Wilson. R. Carberry, j. Clark, P. Cole, L. Peters. E-I Division First Row, left to right: EM2 G. Kerr, EM2 M. Decker, ICI R. Gaulke, LTjG j. Schooley, LTIG W. Ringeyr, ICC Iuie, EMI B. Chastain, EM3 P. Kinsel, IC2 S. Swanson. Second Row, left to right: EM2 S. Hoch, EM2 S. Cord, IC2 D. Fletcher, EM2 W. Turhyfill, IC2 R. Morley, EM3 K. Lirzkous, EM3 M. Radice, EM3 Potter, EM2 M. Walls. First Row, left to right: ICI S. Naihauer, IC2 M. Flower, EM2 A. Pinkston, EMI . M , EMI E. D 'tt, EMC L. C d EMC J. Baker, EM2 G. Marks, EM2 J. Lfmkfofd, EM2 V. Cordero, EM2 T. Allen. J eye' ew ow en' Second Row, left to fligbll EM2 j. Montis, IC2 M. Cath , EM3 R. B t , EM3 G. H t' , EM3 C. L' dl , EM2 G, 13 1 EM3 D. Fitzgerald, EM2 M. Dolter, EM2 R. Bishop, EM2 WeTySargent. e Z af jen Zn ey ul er' E42 Division First Row, left to right: IC3 Kozlowski, IC3 L. Thomas, IC2 C. Moffitt, ICI D. Hawkins, ICI R. Wojcik, FN Crabtree, ICFN! D. Hughes, LTjG P. Vining, ICI M. Richards, IC3 S. Beck, ICI R. Clahaugh, IC2 G. Lung, IC3 K. Greene, IC3 T. Krztm and. Second Row, left to right: ICFN S. Knops, IC3 R. Plurrzlee, IC3 M. Bechtold, ICI G. Dixon, FN S. West, ICFN j. Rich, FN R. Powell, FN B. Domke, IC2 j. Disney, IC3 R. Kershaw, ICFN j. Tobin, IC3 L. Prosser, ICFN G. Vasquez, FN R. Wilson, FA H. Sherman. Third Row, left to right: IC3 M. Shirley, ICFN K. Duggan, IC3 R. Ghurzinski, FA D. Deherrv, ICI E. Goracci. First Row, left to right: EMS G. Wiltshire, EM3 G. Adkisson, EM2 B. Morre, EMI G. Stevens, EMI D. Watson, ICI W. Dodson, L'l'jC P. Vining, EMC F. Barber, EMCM D. Lloyd, EMC CN. Crooks, FA Grant, FA R. Phifer, EM2 Spivey Second Row, left to right: FA R. Perkins, FA M. Marks, EM3 j. Evans, EM? R. Dectzhellis, FA M. Wilder, EMFN C- PQIWSQPI. EMFN W. Summers, EM2 M. Burket, EM2 W. Whitney, FN R. Kasper, FA L. Neuser, ICFA A. Felix, FN A. Whetstone. Third Row, left to rilht: FA R. Moten, EM2 M. Tourtillott, EM3 R. Sanderson, FTB2 j. Emmons, IC2 M. Nappe, EMFN M. Sr1yder,IC2 W. Mitchell, EMFN F. Lannigan, EMFN R. Ward, IPA S. Olson, EMS M. Cbyfplafll, FA R. Trztesdale, EMI E. Shires 261 I I . I I I I I I I I 2 I I 1 I I I I I I 262 Engineering Department Dc o o lUlSl0l'l - , Z ' b .. EM3 S, P Q' , FN D. jones, FN M. LogginS. FN R- Bilbao. EM3 G. Allejos, glIlI?ljI?OCJa5ee3lf l?TyG Vining, BMTSfnCallaway, EM2 V. Finster, FN T. Lynes, EM2 D. Ryan, EMFN M. Black EM3 W. Monroe. ' ' 1, I. EM2 A. p 1, EM3 R. Burkert, EM3 J. Hickrod, EM3 R. Murry, FA R. Lemay, ZW?n3.R6'Zfog.QeS1.i? FE iz. z.......o....f.Zff'2FA G. wozooo, FN K. coofoo. EM2 M. Fee. HMB R- Ono. EM3 M. ' . H il . , , :ogg-bl?,lI3M3 W. Thompson, EMFN F. Sutton, EM2 j. Fzefzeld. FA D- Stephenson. M Dzvlswn First Row, left to ri bt: MM3 C. Stoltz, MM2 C. Leintball, LTjG G. Buneuitcln, MMCS R. lgosley, FN R. Parker, MMFN Pellerin. Second Row, left to right: MM3 j. Leuitsky, MM1 R. Burke, MM2 A. Seay, MM3 J. Hueston. First Row, left to rigbt: MMI C. johnson, FA E. Yarasauitcb, MM3 D. Woods, MM2 j. iensen, FN B. Weis, FN D. Bade Fg M. Roicb, MMCS j. johnson, MMC D. Stanard, FN D. Broyles, FN R. Ray, MM3 T. Ander ub, MM3 R. Bruce, MM3 j. Morris M 2 S. Du y. , Second Row, left to right.-MM3 j. Brown, MM2 E. Stebulak, MM3 T. Donahue, MM2 G. Dietrick, MM3 R. McKinney, MM3 G. Goold, 1lIg11lt'JI3SW:9 Cbapmani:AVIM3 j. Ferguson, MM2 D. jones, BT2 1. Reynolds, MM3 R. Strickland, MM2 L. Brummit, MM2 j. Martinez, A . izemore, M. Singer. Third Row, left to right: MM2 S. Zalus, FA D. Foster, MM2 R. Horn, MM2 K. Davis, MM2 C. jones, FA j. jones, MM3 f. Wood, MM2 f. Satterfield, MM3 Williams, MM2 T. Honeycutt, FA E. Falor, FA O. 'Trimino, MM3 H. Moleswortb, FA A. Crespo I I P1151 Row let to rzgbt FN I Rose MM2 A Kramer FA P Daniels FN D Drawdy MM2 Wzllzams MM3 R Cox MM3 Williams LTIG G Buneuzcb MMCS R Hosley MM2 M Morgan FN L Riley FN D Buclota FA D Cornzellze FN 'I Ertel MM3 A Tucker I jonesy MM3 C Aiken MM2 R Buckle MM2 I' An erson MM2 F Kadar MM2 H Conrad MMZR Newlle MM2 W luttle MM3 R oun Fbzrd Row et to right MM2 M Flozel MM2 L Hollenhack MM3 B Fink MMI R jordan MM1 G Crouch SA P Scruggs IA A Avzrett MM3A Vzgzl MMI D Jenson FN G Wells MMI K Bradrzck 1 . I I I f ' 'I ' ' I ' I ' ' N I 4 ' l If I ' f I 0 , 1' I ' I ' Q v I ' I v 1 4 , 1, , , A Second Row, left to' right: FA M. Trask, MM3 f. Urgger, MM2 W. Moore, MM3 D. Harris, FA j. Turo, MM3 A. Blevins, MM2 R Dzvzszon !.,f,,? 2 , f 2 X X U Z " 0. nr-. , 44. A . 4 A l Q A First ROw. left to right: HT3 j. Bowen. HT3 S. Alejandro HTFN j. Phillips HTFN F Me 'tt HT2 W F t h Szgftrgas, HT3 L. Anderson, HTFN j. Siwinski HT3 J. Ladnier, HTFN V. Cladidio, FA M?nRi5h,3'lgZsZi: econ ow, left to right: HT1 R. Vaillancourt, HT3 W. foiner, HTFN D. Tadd HT3 A T ' k FR W Cl True, HTFN R. Lindsay, FA j. johnson, HT1 D. Hacker, HT3 M. Scott, FN j. Birlircnire. HC ' . Hymn' HTFN B' First Row, left to right: FN P. Harwood, HT2 T. Disterhaft, HT2 A. Daniels, HT2 R. Dezzenport, HT2 j. Safley, HT2 j. g3gzrgs,MHT1 W. Adams, CWO3 R. Parker, HT1 R. Neal, HTC L. Forman, HT1 L. Rice, HT3 D. Perry, HT3 C. Branch, . acia . Second Roto, Eeft to right: HT3 M. Murphy, HT3 D. Unruh, FN R. Smith, HTFN R. faquess, HT3 C. Stuhhs, HTFN W. Ledlow, FN j. Diiorio, HTFN D. Taddeo, FN R. Thomas, FA S. Gavin, HTFA K. Pyle, HTFN D. Strickland, HT1 D. Headrick. Fire Party First Row, left to ri ht: HT1 Dunlap, HT3 K. Saville, HT3 D. Uptain, HTC Gust, HTC D. Gunter, HTC V. Bell, HTCM j. Roney, LT E. Suliuan, WO1 J. Meyer, HTC S. Todaro, HTC j. Sears, HTC A. Hernandez, HT1 T. Boone, HTFR R. Dykes. Second Row, left to ri ht: FN F. Frizzell, HT3 A. Thornasson, HT2 R. Holstein, FN K. Lanktree, HT2 E. Marshall, FA G. Weimer, HTFN M. Taliy, HT2 K. Love, HT2 D. Eakin, FN G. Peters, FR C. Reynolds, HT3 D. Houst, HTFN M. Zehnder. Third Row, left to right: HT3 C. Stuhhs, FA P. Potter, FN j. Diiorio, HTFN W. Ledlow, HTFN D. Danford, HT2 F. Craig. FN J. Saunders, HT3 B. Barton, HTFN D. Kerr, HT3 R. Wesson, HT2 L. Martin. Vw -ze if First Row, left to right: HT1 R. Vaillancourt, HT1 L. Sutton, HT2 W. Fenstermacher, HT1 D. Griggs, HT1 W. Adams, HTC A Hernandez, HT1 R. Neal, HT1 D. Hacker, HTI L. Rice, HT3 C. Maciai, HT1 T. Boone. Second Row, left to right: HT2 L. Martin, HT2 j. Collins, HT3 A. Tric , HTC L. Forman, HT2 D. Eakin, HT2 T. Disterhaft, HT2 A. Daniels, HT2 . Devenport, HT2 j. Safley. 263 S-2 Supply . Department Supply Uffice rs First Row, left to right: LTJG G. Burnett, LT T. Houlihan, LCDR W. Crocker, LT A Siegel, CWO3 R. Mauldih. A Second Row, left to right: CWO3 K. Cochran, CWO2 L. Corner, CWO2 L. Butler, ENS Ferris, ENS S, Shaneman. I C O Dwzszon First Row, left to right: SK3 W. Martin, SK2 D. Turheuille, SK2 f. Smith, SKI R. Agtay, SKI G. Legasbi. SKI R. Bryan, SKCS R. Nicdao, LT A Siegel, SKC Sullivan, SKI T. Westhrooks, SK2 S. Krecskay, SK2 W. Finn, SK2 D. Norris, SK3 D. Hampton, SN E. Feagin. Second Row, left to right: SN R. Pasele, SA L. Sayles, SK3 j. Ames, SK3 J. Williams, SK3 E. Nazareno, SK3 E. Fish, SKSN W. Rough, SK3 G. Constance, SK3 K. Leueille, SN R. Bergsten, SN G. Nichols, SKSN B. Lamhert, SA j. Rodriguez, SK3 j. i Stringer. Division! 264 First Row, left to right: MS2 R. McCall, MSI R. Meehan, MSI G. Tucker, MS2 E. Partido, MSI P. Natiuidad, MSC C. Seyfarth, MS2 Garcia. - Second Row, left to right: MSSN D. Spears, MSSN C. Smith, SA j. Turner, MSSN T. Middleton, MS3 P. Florez, MS3 G. ' Elenbaclz. First Row, left to right.' MS3 W. Libby, MSI W. Turner, MSI R. Howe, SN S. Becchetti, SK2 C. Thomas, MSCM G. Burnopp, MS2 S. Clements. Second Row, legt to righti MS3 V. McCoy, MSSN C. Rupert, MSSN C. Ward, MS2 R. Sc enle, M SA j. Mallozzi, MSSN D. Walko, MSSN D. Cotto, MSSA S. Krannzchfeld, MSSA B. Warren. F'st Row, left to right: MSSN R. Pearce, MSSN H. Craig, MS3 D. Marozzi, CWO2 L. C , MS1 R, B bb 1, MS Hgckert, MS2 Geduille, MSSN D. Waltman, MSSN D. Martinez, MSI G. Craycraft, MSC D. Hzzstrings, MSSNuf?, Sitifgf, Mg? Smith. Second Row, left to right! MSSA R- Taite. MS2 O- CDQUQVSI MS2 D- W0Oclruff, MSSN R. Deeds, MS3 A. Concepcion, MSSN L. Bassig, SA E. Barlow, MSSA McPherson, MSSA R. Hacker, MS3 S. Ochoa, MSSA G. jones, MSSN L. LaMontagne. T. j. , U1 i l I S-3 Division S-5 Division ght: SHSA E. Hutchins, SHSA D. Propst, SA F. Sobsack, SN L. Dews, SA T. Selle, SHSN B. Kent, SHC C. Sutton, SHCS B. Martin, SH3 R. Bruns, SH3 W. Haddock, SHI D. Sapitan, SHSA B. Arcard, SH2 T. Mikuta, SH3 M. Campbell, SH3 Stewart. . Second Row, left to right: SA M. Carter, SHSN D. Lampert, SN F Bryant SH3 M Asher SHSN R Little SN H Graha ' I ' 4 r - 1 - m, g1l3J3RR.S'tFowlkes, SHSA M. johnson, SH3 j. john, SHSN L. Blackwell, SA M. Robinson, SHSN A. Craigmile, SN S. Sanchez, . ream. First Row, left to ri Third Row, left to right: SHI j. Thomason, SHSN R. Clark, SH3 T. Keza, SHSN L. Katowitz, SHI T. Birkickler, SHSN H. Waring, SHSN D. Colwell, SHSN R. Autenrzgh, SHSN A. Knisley. O 0 U Dzvzszon I I - V -+ i.- First Row, left to right: DK3 E. Aguilar, DK3 G. White, DK3 O. Black, DKI R. Esteller, LTjG G Burnett, DKC C. Shoop, DKI R. Paje, DKI j. Cordar, DK2 R. Dubey, DK3 S. Sekowki. Second Row, left to right: DK3 I. Fernandez, DK3 S. Rooker, Pfc D. Leherz, DK3 S. Rooker DK3 j. Seefried, DKSN T. McVey, DK3 G. Sullivan, DK3 E. Labrador, DK3 L. Althof, DK2 T. Koch. I First Row, left to right: MS3 R. Crisostomo, MS3 D. Basilio, MS2 E. Santos, MS3 C. Caronan, MS3 M. Barron, MSI S. Federico, MSCS A. Luna, MSC B. Casiano, MSI R. Reynoso, MS3 L. Porter, MSI R. Bagtas, MS2 A. Cantal. Second Row, left to right: MS2 E. Cratil, MS2 N. javier, MS2 D. Bautista, MS3 R. Santos, MS3 E. Bato, MSSN N. Gammon, MSSN A. Legette, MSSN S. Doyle, MSSN T. Norton, MS2 A. Gacias, MS2 E. Santos, MS2 A. Samonte. ' , A ' 1 ,- MS2 R, P Z, HS3 N. Estanol, MS2 L. Cabrera, MSI O. Castillo, MS2 A. Erigio, MSC B. Casiarzo, gfQ2t5RCQZQ'g,,,I,Q.2f,f,,f,O,U?5Q1 A. 1,,.,,,,, Xgiiiufyl. cezuz, MSI R. Balmaceda, M52 R. Alamo, M53 1. Roxas, MSSN P. Konek. Second Row left to right: MSI P. Graham, MS3 C. Ner. MS2 E. Sison, MSI E. Africa, MS2 L- Delcclfmert, MS2 Cdltlld, M53 R Bgffazo MSI F, Singson, MS3 M. Alip, MS3 E. Malinis, MS3 D. Gemenez, MS3 E. Maglipon, MS2 A. Andrada. Tbirdkow' lp!! lo ri bf. A132 A, Dgmingo, MS3 P. Marlin, MS3 M. Varrato, MS3 T. jones, MSSN R. Krog, MSSN j. Foster, MSSN C. Martin, MS3 Concepcion. 265 Supply Department W S-6 g Division V . " "1 Q First Row, left to right: AKAN B. Lernke, AKAN G. Robinson, AN E. java, AKAN j. David, AK2 B. Serna, AK2 H. Ho, W AKCLJI. Pless, CWO3 K. Cochran, Mr. L. White, AK1 M. Hall, AK1 C. Taylor, AK1 N. Campbell, AK3 L. O'Keef, AKAN D. McKi dy. 3 Second Row, left to right: ANHR. Kenneson, AA M. Casey, AN M. Kelly, AKAN C. Wallace, AKAN S. Pallow, AN M. Oppel, y AA R. Matthews, AKAN T. Beets, AK2 R. VanScoy, AA R. Hart, AN R. Gilbert, AN K. Fitzgerald. l F f 5 w 1 J i 1 .2 -i- First Row, left to right: AN A. West, AKAN W. Eaton, AN C. Bagtas, AK2 K. Schlayer, AK1 W. Cozuden, AKAN M. Sullivan, AKC j. Wright, LT T. Houlihan, AKC H. Walker, AK2 S. Baer, AA R. Salazar, AK3 Clark, ANI. Santiago, AN R. Martin. Second Row, left to right: AN Carlton, AN R. Hernandez, AK3 Plante, AK3 G. Lang, AKAN D. Wiggins, AN M. Bell, AA J. Sheffield, AKAN M. Strausser, AN R. Nobles, AK3 C. Hines, AKAN V. Steiner, AA W. Pruitt, AKAA S. Nernanic, AA 1. Moffatt. S-7 Division f First Row, left to right: IMSN R. Morse, DPSA D. Konovalchicla, DPSN P. Lopez, DP3 D. Root, DPSR R. Kelly, ENS j. Ferris, DPI J. Brouillette, DP2 W. Smith, DS2 G. Marlar, DP2 D. Watson, DP2 E. Waring, DP3 j. Buddenhagen. Second Row, left to right: DPSN G. Wilson,'DP2 L. Marquez, DP3 R. jones, DP3 M. Hull, DP3 V. Youngs, IMSN Peets, DF3 F. Brault, DS3 D. Howard. S-8 Division 266 S-8 Division girsg Raw. lefglf? AN N. Gsuljrgig. Araghgl6iSlg j. Gamber, SH3 A. Gomez, SA P. Bander, SN M. Nelson, SHSN . ern sey, . rawman, . rc en , , B , SHSN 0, 5 , SN I M ' . - SHSA D' Pomperoy' SHSR R. Reiss. s rown antos j ercardo SHSN T Burnside, Second Row, left to right: SH3 A. Fabia, SHSN A. Apor, SHSN F. Pad'll , SA . D 'l , SA R. D , SH D. A I H V. DeLeon, SR D. Raymond, SHSN R.'Agler, SHSN R. Alvarez, SN j. jangsin, SHSN BliJZA1i'Koy, SN ICSySizmeu?, SH3? ?'z'rgnlgfi Third Row, left to rzgbt: SHSA E. Whiteman, SHSN D. Sutton, SN E. Creer. y Declz Department 2nd Dzvzszon :W t Division + S O In t Division f First Row, left to right: SA D. Bemrnes, SA R. Houston, SA S. Russell, BM3 j. Gray, BM2 H. Mercer, BMC R. Berg, ENS R. Dery. BMI L. Layman, SA D. Belair, SA S. Copeland, BM2 D. Carlson. Second Row, left to right: SA M. Baia, SA R. Griffin, SA N. Fischer, SN j. Koppes, SA R. Fernandez, SN P. Reinard, SN B. Longrnire, SA j. Vaugbt, SA E. Robinson, SA E. Harper, SA A. Garner. First Row, left to right: SA Silva, SA Smith, SN M. McDaniel, SA S. Dolecki, BMC W. Remacle, ENS R. Harrison, , , SA . , SA . S vb, SN G. C dl . SN D. Payton. H 55333517 llgcgifimleft tio rimliZSSA Ngiwood, SA 52. Wlucloisort. SA L. Scott. SA J- Davis. SA M. LaBzer, BM3 J. Bcllllllefldt SN W. Powell, BM2 C. Eaugban, SN W. Maynard, BMSN K. Kreibel, BMI R. Wilson. First Row left to .-foot. SA D. Corsoe. SA T. wilson, SN D. Fmvfz. BM3 J- Lefffs. BM2 E- MOOfQf ENS V- Snlffbf BMC W- . ' A 'Q I . H A ,W '11, SA T. R bbins. gjgggijolgzig' iy,3ll2',iggflF'SiNEJ Hlijjlffii 554 Mjniis, SN R. Nelson, SA N. Bozztin, SA M. McClelland, SR H. Hersey, SA j. Bullock, SN B. Currnrzings. SA B. Potter, SA M. Lopez, SA L. Yrzbble, SA C. HIQlli7QCkQf. 267 A .ii 1 1 x vl ' 1 1' y X l'i . , Deck I Department U M Q 3 N S First Row left to right: SR C Sawyer SA Straitsser SA M Fer uson SA O4 Rholds BM2 Talucad BMI M Ki kin LT P g JG Q D Lamm BMCN Vinson SN G. Gilfoy BM3 L West BM3 L Ho ley BMSN M. Bregs SA C Tabor I Second Row let to right: SA I. Taylor SA L Scott SA WV Roson SA R Leigh SA H Menzel SN j Pittman SA D Berry Q SR Baker SA W Suddeth SA B Gregory SNL johnson SNR Hutt SA R Robinson Third Row left to right. SA P. Clark SA Earl S Schuller BMI R Thornton BMSN V Perze SA A Sumler 1 ooo J . , , . 1 p - 5 1 - 1 1 ' n ! I I ' l I ' I ' I I ' ' ll , f . , . , - y - 1 ' 1 ' A 1 , Zi , - 1 ' J - 1 - r v ' I . I I' I ' I ' I ' ' 1 w fx 3. 'H I 1 N 1. xitll . 1 I!! Q . in' I .502 Dzvzszon 5 . Row, left ZZ right: SN M. Gilmore, BMSN M. Morris, SN R. Hayden, BMSN R. Maddox, BMI G. Fincher, 3 G E. Ga vac y, BM2 C. Harper, BM3 W. Peterson, BM3 D. Timberlake, BM3 Worthy. Second Row, left to right: BM3 D. Weaver, SN K. Bell, SN W. Taylor, SN T. Haynes, SA G. Penny, SA f D. Ryman, SA R. Anderson, SA B. Thomas, SN j. Gibson. 1 i I 1 N Do o 1 zvzszon , 1, First Row, left to right: BM3 F. Day, BM3 j. Coyne, BMI C. Coleman, ij, WOI W. Sprangers, BMC A. Edwards, SA S. Carson, BM3 B. Williams. if I Second Row, eft to right: SN F. Young, SN W. Wilson, SN F. Gentry, ? SN M. Houston, SA R. Shelton, SN A. Kelsey, SR M. Pritchett. 4 'i-i"""'-"Th P I Reactor ? Department l ' l RC w 5 U Q ' I Dwzszon I 1 . ...st now, te t U ri ut: DIA lvl. Lzeman, BM3 'l'. MacDonald, BTI j. Cox. ET1 L. R l tl, ET1 D. B A, ETC ' T. I, p H' LTJG Dentllel, W51 H. Huck, EMCM E. Phillips, ET2 C. Hicks, ET2 C. Gregory, WUNZWJ. Stephens, rglllg Ulriih. 'gmme Second Row, left to right: SN C. james, IC3 j. Battin, ET3 D. Prater, ET3 A. Dycus, ET2 W. Nielson, ET2 H. Smith ET2 M. Colton, ET2 D. Turinetti, ET2 j. Williams, ET3 E. Eades, ET2 j. Greene, ET3 D. Kaempf, ET2 j. Dodd. I Third Row, left to right.'ET3 T. Wodtke, YNI H. Pershell, ET2 R. Zoldork, ET2 R. Boris, MM3 j. Bradfield ET2 j. Bouchard, I ET3 R. Martin. ' 268 it rv' First Row- IQ!! 10 ffgbf: ET2 D. swam ET3 K Fobes ET3 S Teleck ET3 G LTJGdRkDeUffQ?- W0 H512 ?TgbK.'FjeZl, EDTZ G. Bnundick, BT3 R. glow. ' Vernon' ET1 M' Rice' ETC R' T'a"1"1eU' Secon Owl el 10 fig lf. - Gill. ET3 E. Erensel, ET2 M. K , ET3 , P ' , ET3dMkM.m.?n?. ET2' Fgzfgfeibuiig, ET2 T. Davey, ET3 G. wzzziamfifliz G. Dln.2uZfnET23 52 figzfmm' BTI G' Jackson' Tb' ow, et to rzg t: . autzin ,, ET2 L, Sf , E713 R. R P ' . ' . . . ETZ 12. Hackman. ET2 T. Muffler. ET2 J. 51210. mp Wm ET2 W' Deleeuw' E73 S' While' E72 T- MZUW' ' ' L .lk RE Division First Row, left to rigbt: EM2 -I. Cunliffe, EM2 T. Donabge, EMI S. Blanton, First ROHM, lefl lo right: EM2 W. LTIG E. Turner, IC2 W. Garvin, EM2 M. Brown, EM2 R. Gemberling. Funke, EMC L. Srnilb, EM2 S, Second Row, left to right: EM3 j. Peterson, EM2 L. Brown, EM2 j. Cowles, Hiegl. EM2 j. Gilbert, EM2 K. Irwin, EM2 S. Leonard, EM2 D. Feyrna, EM3 R. Weston. Second ROLU, left lo fight: EM3 j. Seidl, EM3 V. Dubois, EM3 K. Leanna. RL Division L F' . R I Z '1,, MM2 B. W 1 , First Row, left to right: EM2 D. Haynes, MMI R. Espolt, MMEl OZundZf1liz'5tt? Z?-IIC j. Doswelis ?fIrMn5mf. MMC W. Hada, LTjG G. Casbell, MMI W. Nzcbol, MM3 C. Carro l, EM2 j. Earley. Gllbeff- I , Second Row, left to right: MM2 C. Horsley, Second Rowt left to right: EM2 G. Wezr, EM3 j. Wend, MM2 j. EM2 M. Manniden, EM3 D. Plassnzann. Smillv. MM2 13- Sdlvelflt EMI W- FW?- RM Division ' I . . - ' , kb HM1 D, D, po t, MM2 K.. Savage, MM2 T. Vandergraft, MM2 gffjg 1i,Ow'Mf.jgSlfj2'Zi2Q,,fgy2LQJLJEJZg'S'yyQg,n,gi,gLbWlmi2uE.Ipintpnoffe, fisvfg jf Mnfzek, MM2 W. Tmuzfmfm, MMT K. Smith, . az y, - 'I ' ' QQMZ IQ gu"efljQ fj1Mj-'2',A,,QKiZ'R 1,,,,,,,,, MM3 L V Tbefmfs, MM2 T. Mgnm, MM3 J. Dole, MM3 E. Szymezylz, MM3 S. Bafgeman, O . QCOW Owl A9 3 " ' ' ' ', MM2 P, Sig Ie, MM3 M. Martynow, MM2j. jauins, MM2 T. Anderson. MM? D' Dyzak' MM2- i15Zbi2rg'Bif1ZI1f z?1'fs15ag.ag5Lb, MM3 L. Blljetteplace, MM3 J. Logsdon, MMFN H. speakmtm, MM2 j. ghlrd Rowzixfviiflslojmg zfioed MMU1 E vv2'zzf,1g1mm mms J. Harkness, MM2 L. Tankersley, MM2 G. wazmtb, MM2 1.. Ashley, ur ess Ofl ' Mmzgs. Iilatfield, .MM2 Pace. MM2 I5. Aubrey- Reactor Department RM Division RT Division Communications Department L. FF. Division 270 F' R , l l l ' lol- MM2 T. M K ll' , MM1 W. S e ey, MM2 F. Boloo, MM2 R. Bigelow, MMC J. Burton, MMC N. Aoiolol ciigz 5iUR51iy, KTTTG F. Young, CMATCMPSA. Prizlett, QMMC W. Hughes, MM2 F. Shaw, MM3 D. Walters, MM2 A. Christensen, MM2 T. S tt . ' Second RZow?7left to right: MM3 W. Holmes, MM2 R. Struck, MM2 W. Magruder, MM2 Fornero, MM2 L. Bender, MMI K. Hillman, MM2 D. Madsen, MM2 T. Mitchell, MM2 G. Cameron, MM2 R. Velez, MM3 K. Kirkendall, MM2 j. Quillen. MM3 R. McCormick, MM2 T. H le. . , Third Rouinligfcl to right: MM2 A. Mangold, MM2 j. Sickles, MM2 C. Eckley, MM2 T. johnson, MMI D.IEbelzng, MM? j. Behrman, MM2 G. jacobson, MM2 R. Amante, MM2 j. Papierniak, MM2 F. Axmacher, MM3 L. Ries, MM2 E. Ellis. MM2 G. Little. First Row, left to right: MM2 S. Sawa, ETN3 B. Zeigler, EM3 G. Mathis, EM3 M. Hartig, EM3 W. Pauesi, ENS T. Kutlerman LT Alexander, LCDR Strother, ENS Mangan, ENS R. Greabell, MM3 R. Falls, ETN3 L. Allison, MM3 D. McAleer: MM3 L. Pike. Second Row, left to right: MM3 W. Neff, MM3 S. Schiele, EM2 j. Woods, EM3 j. johnson, MM3 C. Little, MM2 j. Silva, MM3 E. Ballard, MM3 W. Murrey, MM2 D. Wagoner, MM3 B. Payton, MM2 T. jones, MM3 j. Salzar. Third Row, left to right: ETI D. Schneidewind, MM2 D. Sobera, MM2 j. Lundquist, MM2 S. judas, MM3 j. Cooney, MMI C. Deal. CS Division First Row, left to right: SN V. Smith, SMSN D. Bates, SM2 j. Case, SM2 H. Martin, SMI R. Newell, SMCS G. Durrance, SMI j. Hatton, SMI M. Houchin, SMSN C. Chadwick, SMSN j. Peabody. Second Row, left to right: SMSN E. Harrison, SM3 R. MacDonald SM3 K McKinney, SM3 S. Luteman, SM3 F. VanAutre1Je, SMSN C. Martin, SMSN R. Kortsep, SM3 R. Goulel, SMSN Squire. First Row, left to right: RM1 G. Webster, RMI T. Frankowski, RMI R. Allen, RMC A. 0 Bymelile, LT M. seloeloe, cwo3 F. Domlnleol, RMC J. Lopez, RM1 V. Yooffo, RMI D. DeHeZfli'URAIiI1glR13eIEl?,berlfnfi22'RRAi5ii,g' Second Row, left lo fight- SN W. Coleman, RMSN R. Harris, RM3 w. Sanborn, RMSN A. Fuller sw M Masse RM2 F Williams. RM3 J. Hundley, SA R Good, RM1 N. Medved, RMSN M. Libeck, RMSA R. Phillips, RMSN M. b'Au7'CgH7'd y' ' I' ' Third Row, left to right: RMSA E. Waterman, RM3 A. Smith, RM3 G. Myatt, RM2 j. Williams. n F F560 CK Division First Row, left to rigbl: RM3 C. Gibson, RM2 E. Adams, RM1 D. LaFlarnme, RMI A Salber RMI D Hinkkanen RM2M g3rgl5irZ,, I15x1gD1k.BilJZr6fZL CWO3 W. Brunner, RMC T. Murphy, RMC R. johnson, RM1 Gfclnrrnners, Rmi D. Atwood: RM3 B Second Row, lefl to right: RM2 j. Shannon, RM2 T. Harris, RM2 F. Davis, RM2 L. B d , RM2 D. C' ' , SA H. S 19' kl RM3 j. Bosley, RM2 B. Brasher, RM2 W. Slevens, RM3 j. Morawzynski, RM2 G. Bizziigazne, RM3 RnlZWtlllis, SA Emi O f Azmcl Department C Azmd C Officers Q Lzfl to right: LT P. Walt, LT A. Sauls. CDR W. Nollan L DR j. jeffords, LT j. Daniel. Do 0 g , zvzszon QI X . . , r A S. R '11 , AK3 B, S , AZ3 j. Crooks, ATC j. Walsb.AZC Gray, 'A Egg? 1R?uStoZligr,lT,TZ5lJlDa1zT3lvAkR.CMZWl?eWSbcl?e, E. Rsssller, AZ1 L. gfjningham, AZ1 G. Hende22QE2,BYlgli.K2 Hzlisfgog' 5 L Second Row, left io ri bt: Sgt D. Cafren, AN J. Foy. A31 C' Huff' ADJ1 J' Yates' A23 S' Parsons' ' lp ey' ' AT1 C. Keller, AN J. flrnrlwrck, AK2 H. Enriquez, AZAN J. Taylor. AZ3 D- Tufnefr AN J- Polingo- 1 -............, .,,,, ,,,... .,,..,, ' 9 A 'Q D lUlSl0ll -eww-ffm Hicks 1 , I br I ASE3 E, Robinson, ASMAN F. Dinino. ASM2 we R. A- ' . I l , - Q Zn ' ' . l . . ' Peteiggn? ZZISAN F' PiSanOMZgHF? QZSESZM3 R Wilkes ASEAN W jones AN j. Murray, AN j. Bosquet, AZ1 N. Brazzzer, SQCOHCZ' ROW. lefl 10 fight" A ' ml I ' . G Haflyer. ASHAN I. Norris, ASE21. Pulliam, ASM2 W. Beswick. A5132 A. srrrlllr, ASMAN D. Nelson. ASM2 R- Dlckfffflffr ' 271 I Aimd Department .WZ Dzvzszon X -- . - ', D' Y I AME3 M, H , ADj2 R. Garcia, AA E. joyner, AN R. Flanary, AMS3 J, Johns, f2f5R1'I5fw3..i'fliffZz5.Zg1'fZ1fimaii, A013212 M. Fmae, A055821 Gouda.. ADJAN J. Perez' AMS1 J- Mawson. AMS1 J. Newman. . . ' , AMH R. M G d . ' Qffitg Rllifdiift to fight- AlVIESuD?rDeal, AD JAN R. Edwtmfs. ADJ2 J. Mem. ADJ3 A. Dumpby. ADJ2 H. Hobeugb. AD JAN E. Winkler, AD C R. Grayson, AE3 A. Wright, AMS2 R. Knapp, AMS3 R. Knight, AN S. Polley, AN R. Trammell, ADJAN R, Pina-Fermin, All! W. Duckett. First Row, left to right: AQ2 V. Warner, AEI G. Denicourt, AQ3 R. Kil ore, AOAN K. Terrel, AQ3 H. Finkelstein, A 3 S. W3 Dzvzszon Adams, AZAN S. Hasson, LT A. Sauls, AQ2 M. Dougherty, AT2 j. Heckman, AT2 B. Gregg, AT3 R. Schmidt, AIQ1 C. Cummings, AT2 T. Patrick. Second Row, left to right: ATI j. Eastin, AQ2 R. Pierson, AE2 R. james, AT2 L. Yaun, AT2 D. Fitzpatrick, AT2 B. McWithey, AN R. Galloway, AT3 H. Anderson, AT2 W. johns, AT2 j. Sharrar, AT2 R. Langston, AT3 M. Guymon. First Row, left to right: AQ3 D. Siegel, A01 R. Wildermuth, AQ2 H. Nelson, AQC D Allen ATC C Sullivan AEC H K ll l.2TgjB.BjonQS, AVCM R. Young, AQC w. waugamtm, Aoc T. Mauzdm, A01 D. Gfeenwoodf A151 Sfcfimszeyf AQ3 jfxeinpgf E . aum. , Second Row, left to right: ATI P. West, AQI W. Thomas, AEI C. Reed, A21 B. Woodruff, AQI R. Brady, AEI M. Pig ord, A?2 V.JPadgett, AEI . Shelton, ATI E. Westerdahl, AEI R. Gould, ATI . Strelitzer, AE2 G. Turner, AQI T. Shepherd, A ZR. ameson. Medical Department 272 . H. Dwzszon First Row, left to right' HMI Landers HM2 Morris 'HMC Winfield HMC E - . . . , HMC R'.h d, LT G ,LCDR B dd. LCDR Kessel, LTJG Peterson, HMCS Williams, HMC Collings, HMC Cager, HM2nGcli'it5hues, HM1ZPArcl:zan. mn! u Second Row, left to right: HN O'Nezl, HM3 Dempsey, HM3 Forbes, HM2 Ingling, HA Colfer, HM2 jordan, HM2 jaqcus. HM2 Lehman, HN Selrnon, HM3 VanNatter, HM2 Wallace, HN Steinhagen, HM3 Murph , HM2 Hart Third Row, left t ' ht: HM Kl ' O fig 3 em. HM3 Anders, SN MacKay, HM2 scott, HM1 CTOCZQU, HM1 Mboney. 2 V Q. Dental , is i Department W T gl' FH 1 I 2 D Division , First Row, left to ri bt: DT3 R. Jamison, DT2 S. Bruce, DTC D. B ly LCDR W M CDR R K' CDR W ' gnell, LCDR L. Blani,.DT1 R. Deporter, DT1 F. Otte, DT3 R. Scbrochfizc amney' mg' Dw'cZzdPRow, left to right: DA j. Brown, DN H. Gittleman, DA R. Descbarnp, DN R. Hise, DN M. Huntington, DN - 91fC2. DN R. Bedoycl, DT2 V. Bambzco, DN R. Peters, DN M. Neal, DN D. Frain, DN D. Trujillo. N oz? 3 , Senior Enlisted Advisor ll P T fi Master Chief Falor served as Master Chief of the Command from September 1974 to October 5' 1975. Master Chief Falor entered the Navy in Aprill95I.He served in USS FREMONTKAPAJQU all USS MARQUETTE KAKA-952 and vss 0. 4. for . 1 . KDE-585j prior to joining the Nuclear Power q Program in l957. Since that time he has served T ' in USS LONG BEACH KCCN-92, USS ENTER- PRISE KCVN-651 and joined the NIMITZ Pre- Com Unit in May 1972. Master Chief Falor is ' 'viii' married to the former Miss fane E. Canada of Roanoke, Va. They have three children. The oldest son is now serving in NIMITZ Hfll' Division f BTCM CLINTON S. FALOR, USN 273 'FM Music Jim .. kx ff .3 ,I V92 274 X Nh.. 1' 'L , ,,7,,, ,, , , ,W , Z ma 44 T , , , V fl gl. U lil 4 5 A l 1 w At last . . . we arrived home in Norfolk Q e on 15 September 1975. ."'1f I Y x F i l x X 276 1. 'fl 1WzLconE Hon: CV 5' Q5 277 V l I I 1 I s S , I , 3 i 14 5 E 4 I 279 280 1t's good to be home! fr pu :la 2 k eww 1. an -P 1 F . Z -vh- , fr . u,.,,,, - 2:21333 . 'z. . W.. fwiilfi ' wg? .W v '1'- 'ski ' 1 ,,.4 :gf wg' , 'ifc- V ..,.f . 'lf' . if' on 'Nga f I ,. V V ,..,, -iihun 'Q - - -Q -Y - M --- --T.:-:-, H .....M-, g W-, ' S l 1 1 P ! V W J fix., '--'- "fk- r -, -.-,f z.: -..- :wx -'.Af 2111.ffit?'1ff",?E-Zhi " , .,.f..,..W ,... ,.., "" in ' fy 5 .N Captain Kiyohide Delfi, Defense Attache Washington, RADM Kazutoshi Kziliara, Commander japanese Training Squadron, Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nirnitz and Captain Yosliiro Horiroaclii, Commander 2nd Training Division Ag lanfrcfiirig of USS PLUNCER ISSN-596j, Fleet Admiral C. W. Nirniiz and RADJI L. V. Monsinger Saluting COl0r,g prior L0 inspection of ,llarine Honor Guard., 283 ----f--vvw-......-...,-..,..i.,.--,- ..... . ,-- I a , ,,, 4-5 .1-1-N..-ww' qu-Q moan 'QI' - -My-P-wif' A , . f-"-n-191-vu-umm-1-..u-.....x, " 'Wm , ..1v'r?1 f F1-XM we , ,. M, N , -imap., Q 'lx 1 AL- Q ,Junk 4, "tn-ff T 'le u A . VSV? A5 f: I I . r Z : Nimitz began lzer first post slzalzedown availability at Norfolk Naval Shipyard in Portsmouth on I Uctober 1975. I I5 l Yr . JW i -- r H1 I Y 5 5 S- ' F , , f W Y I -1. , ,-, l r ' Il r f' Y-A--wt.. , 1' -' "E'wWl"'--1-...tl MQW Ti.M,., lmjljx " I X .5 Q AVVV V r B , " ggqgf. roAo o i :T ' X lfrrkra- sh - , WPI' 'wo Wd? ln October o 1959 AGI 'Marlin S Scott returned rom a West Pac cruise His son Wicha l wore a uni orm made or him by Urs Scott to celebrate his athers return home Father and son had their picture taken together as a rnernento of the happy reunion 286 Wren . . October 1959 Sixteen years later, father and son are pictured together again. AGCM Scott stands with his son, HT3 Mic-hael f. Scott, serving together aboard NIMITZ. an Now A proud tradition, and another beginning Historic dates in N The Beginning 1' Fiscal year 1967 NIMITZ authorized by Congress 3 May 1975 President Gemidpi Ford places 22 IW 1968 i H Laying of keel USS fvruzrz rcmfv-681 in commission 13 May 1972 Christening and launching 5 - 15 May 1975 First at-sea operations after 30 Iurte 1972 Captain Bryan W. Compton reported Commissioning, in VACAPES operating area as Prospective Commanding Officer 6 May 1975 First arrested jet landing after 30 December 1972 Commander fumes H- Mfwldifl commissioning, CDR E. W. Foote fCommander reported as Prospective CVW-81 Pilot, LT L. P. Loll, NFO, Executive Officer A-6 aircraft November 1974 Balance crew begins to arrive 6 - 9 fune 1975 First port visit 10 December 1974 Initial criticality of a reactor Fi, Laaderdaiei Fiorida aboard NIMITZ 20 ,Iune 1975 Captain Bryan W, Compton 6 fanuary 1975 HMOVE ABOARDH The crew first accomplishes his one ihonsandih moves aboard for full shipboard living arrested landing 1 March 1975 NIMITZ UNDERWAY, AT SEA 16 ,Iuly - 14 August 1975 First refresher UNDER NUCLEAR POWER training at Cuantanamo Bay, Cuba 1 4 March 1975 Builder's sea trials 14 August- 15 September 1975 First foreign 17 20 March 1975 Government acceptance trials deployment, Northern Europe fCermany. 11 April 1975 NIMITZ delivered to Navy Scotland and Engiandj with by IC0'7'5mCt0f TASK FORCE '75 14 April 1975 First arrested landing aboard 1 October 1975 Begin first post shakedown NIMITZ, Captain Bryan W. Compton in C-1-A, availability, Norfolk Naval Shipyard, '4Salt Onef' "Rocket One" leads the way Portsmouth, Virginia so ' Q "THE BEGINNINGH Cruise Book Staff EDITOR IN CHIEF CDR R. PAUL CAUDILL, fRl 4' ASSISTANT EDITOR HMC EUGENE C. CAGER PUBLICITYIAND SALES IXLT FRANCIS D. RINEER CRUISE BOOK COMMITTEE LCDR LAWRENCE W. BLANK AK2 HERBERT Q. C. HO DS2 STEVEN W. PERKINS AT2 DANIEL L. FITZPATRICK HM2 DAVID C. SCOTT PHOTOGRAPHERS MA TES OF OP DIVISION From the Editor: This documentation of the construction and first operations of NIMITZ comes from hands and minds which had more energy and good intentions than skill. Undertaken, without prompting, as a completely voluntary project by members of the crew, the magnitude of the task seemed insurmountable at first. With the selection of our publisher, order came out of the chaos. I Special gratitude is expressed to Mrs. Anne L. McRae, Tiffany Publishing Company personified. Her long hours of work, enthusiastic optimism, and patience have made this book a reality. Her skills in layout and editing are abundantly evidentlin the book. . The men who have served aboardNIMITZHin her Hbeginningn will never forget the experience. We hope this book will be a visible record of sights, sounds, shipmates, and experiences. Memories of long days, fatiguing nights, endless training, and intense pride are reflected on these pages. Those who have shared in bringing this magnificent ship into the fleet should feel just satisfaction . . . They have served well, in this beginning. J l R. Paul Caudill, fr. Designed and published by TIFFANY PUBLISHING COMPANY Norfolk, Virginia Printed at Taylor Publishing, Dallas, Texas First Edition May 1976 87 0 0 4 1-- ,6 sf , s .. 4. 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