Nimitz (CVN 68) - Naval Cruise Book

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For his superior leadership and outstand- ing senfice, Admiral Nimitz was presented the Distin- guished Service lvledal, awarded in the Name of Congress, by President Harry S. Truman. After the end of World War Two, Fleet Admiral Nimitz relieved Fleet Admiral Ernest J. King as the Chief of Naval Operations at ceremonies held in the Navy Department on December 15, 1945. On December 15, 1947 Fleet Admiral Nimitz was relieved of duties as the Chief of Naval Oper- ations by Admiral Louis E. Denfield, where Fleet Admiral Nimitz retired from active duty after completing forty-two years of service to his country. 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Vglv, Z THMM ISW Sculptor Felix deWeldon is seen here carving a statue of Fleet Admiral Nimitz. He later carved a bust which he donated to USS NIMITZ. 2 Admiral Nimitz signs the Japanese surrender aboar ' ' d the USS M sso o Decembef 15. 1945, as General Douglas MacArthur looks on. I un n , l , 2' "X 4 ,VN vlf:'0 7 .l l f - w '. V- N ' ' 4 ': Q A f. 1 l 2 5 l e 4 I X K . S i ,. is li i 'i il li li 5 l 1 1 l i fl .E l l I i 1. l -ll HISTORY of CARRIER AVIATION I , W ff , I 'MWF X L A 165. .W Naq:xI4V' w+-1 , ' 1' ' 7 ff J, X . , .. " " rl . B MQ.. MI' . . -,, A 4, . -. 1 P' A I -, 'W N Jw, I ', ...Lnrw-, .,mwwf-f Harsh , ,.. ' " ' MM, ' --i'4mi,4"'z .9 ,,, ,, ""'l"v"'- ,,3aR"" ""'M, ' K, fm W . ' I ,.f3.,- .X , .fm-ew ' , , I' , . , ' ' ' S" , Mm...-'A Y - , W :MJ " , ,nv Qi.. , , l 'mf' 4 V' ,, ' ' " HZ: rm, V . if' ,V .-Leif' Wm. f ' ' p United States Ship NIMITZ is named for Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, the Navy's last five star Admiral. Funds tor the construction of the ship were appropriated by Con- gress in fiscal year 1967, with the keel being laid on June 22, 1968 at Newport News Shipbuilding and Drydocking Company, Newport News, Virginia. Catherine Nimitz Lay, daughter of the late Admiral Nimitz, christened the United States Navy's largest warship on May 3, 1975. President Gerald Ft. Ford was the principal speaker at the commis- sioning ceremony. During the first year of commissioned service, the NIIVIITZ crew began the arduous task of building the ship's readi- ness for duty with the United States Navy. The highlights of the ship's first year were the completion of two intense training periods in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and a month- long cruise to Northern Europe as the lead ship of "Nuclear Task Force '75". 4 NIMITZ departed on her first Mediterranean deployment on July 7, 1976. The Task Force, comprised of numerous ships including the nuclear-powered guided missile cruises SOUTH CAROLINA and CALIFORNIA marked the first time in more than ten years that a nuclear-powered surface ship task group had deployed to the Mediterranean. Port Visits included Rota, Spain, Tangier, Morocco, Naples and Taronto, Italy, Tunis, Tunisiag and the famous "Rock of Gibralter", Spain. Many foreign dignitaries, including I-lis Majesty King Juan Carlos and Oueen Sofia of Spain paid a visit to NIMITZ during this cruise. In November 1976, NIM ITZ was awarded the coveted Battle Readiness "E" by the Commander Naval Air Force, LIS. Atlantic Fleet, in recogni tion of outstanding performance in battle readiness exer cises. NIMITZ was obviously off to a good start in establish ing a tradition of operational excellence NAVAL A I R FCJRCE I in at .t-1 - 4 1 3 , A QQ Q,-1' , .,.n- Qfmz 1. 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There are nine squadrons attached to Air Wing 8 aboard NIMITZ, flying seven different types of air craft, each designed for a specific mission The Air Wing is aboard NIMITZ during all overseas deployments and for specific training cruises in waters near the United States At all other times it is based at the home air stations located at various parts of the country The F 14A Tomcat is the Navy s newest fighter interceptor The Tomcat is a two seat twin engine all weather aircraft capable of flying twice the speed of sound lt also features a variable sweep wing for increased maneuverability The Tomcat can carry long range Phoenix missiles in addition to Sparrow and Sidewinder mis siles Flying the F 14A from NIMITZ are Fighter Squadrons 41 and 84 based at Naval Air Station Oceana Virginia The A 7E Corsair II is a single engine jet light attack strike bomber and close air support aircraft. 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The KA- 6D has a 26,000 pound refueling capability. 8 j. .n, 1 1 .1 1 ' , 'M' . .Q A-SE lllfl'lldQf 1 A l 1 l L E .ww 'x l , l i I iin EA-6B Prowler W W ,,,, ,,,,, - q.. ' . ... I-vi-Q. S-3A Viking X I H I f ,. r 3 'aff' Y '- 'f"' I, ff, . z.1tt,,f,. , ,.,, f ... V MN!! E-2C Hawkeye SH-3l-I Sea King The EA-6B Prowler is a four-seat all-weatherjet designed specifi- cally for use in tactical electronic warfare. Powered by two Pratt 81 Whitney J52-P-408 turbojet engines and having a level flying speed in excess of 500 knots, the Prowler uses sensitive receivers and high power jammers as an effective combination to deny the enemy use of much of his radar and radio equipment. The sophisticated, com- plex electronic systems of the EA-6B make the Prowler one of the most expensive aircraft in the Air Wing. The EA-6B is flown from NIMITZ by DET-Y of VMAQ-2 based at Cherry Point, North Carolina. The S-3A Viking, the Navy's newest carrier-based antisubmarine warfare aircraft, provides an ideal balance of ASW systems integra- tion and computer technology to enable it to collect, process, inter- pret and store data. A jet-powered, twin engine aircraft, the Viking carries surface and subsurface search equipment including sono- buoys, high-resolution radar, infrared and magnetic anomaly detec- tor. With a crew of four, and an endurance time of more than seven hours, the Viking is used primarily for search missions in the vicinity of the carrier task force. The Viking, homeported at Naval Air Station, Cecil Field, Florida, is flown from NIMITZ by VS-24. The E-2C Hawkeye is a carrier airborne early warning all-weather defensive aircraft with a distinctive rotating radar dome. Specialized computers, radar and communications equipment in the E-2C are used to provide strike and traffic control, area surveillance, search and rescue guidance, navigational assistance and communications relay. The E-2C, nicknamed the "Hummer", is powered by two 4,600 hp Allison turboprop engines, which drive two four-blade full-feather- ing reversible constant-speed propellers. The Hawkeye is flown from NIMITZ by Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron 124, based at Naval Air Station, Norfolk, Virginia. The SH-3l-I Sea King is a gas turbine-powered helicopter used for anti-submarine warfare, rescue and assistance missions, and transfer of cargo and personnel between ships at sea. Capable of staying airborne for more than five hours, the Sea King is equipped with sonar, magnetic anomaly detection, sonobouys, and multi- channel relay equipment. Sea King helicopters are airborn during all flight operations from the ship. HS-9, homebased at Naval Air Sta- tion, Jacksonville, Florida, flies the Sea King from the USS NIMITZ. nv 9 '-N REAR ADMIRAL JAMES E. SERVICE, U.S. NAVY COMMANDER BATTLE FORCE SIXTH FLEET Rear Admiral Service was born in Grosse Point, Michigan and graduated from Abington High School, Abington, Pennsylvania in 1949. He joined the U.S. Navy as a Naval Aviation Cadet shortly after the start of the Korean War while attending Pennsylvania State University. Upon completion of Flight Training in April 1952, he was commissioned an Ensign and ordered to Fighter Squadron FIFTY-ONE via the Navy Jet Training Unit. Upon joining the squadron at Naval Air Station Miramar, San Diego, Califor- nia, he deployed in USS VALLEY FORGE to the Korean theater where he flew more than sixty-five combat mis- sions. As a LTJG he next served as an Instructor Pilot in the All Weather Flight School at Corpus Christi, Texas. In 1957 he joined Attack Squadron ONE FIFTY-ONE and was des- ignated a Special Weapons Delivery Pilot. Following a de- loyment to the Western Pacific, he reported to USS TICON- DEROGA QCVA 145 as a Catapult!Arresting Gear Officer in 1959. From 1961 to 1963, Admiral Service served as Senior Project Test Pilot at Naval Aviation Test Facility in Lakehurst, New Jersey engaged in experimental work on land-based catapults and arresting gear. He then attended the U.S. Naval Postgraduate' School in Monterey, California receiv- ing a Baccalaureate Degree in Political Science. He was then selected for promotion to Commander and ordered to Heavy Photographic Squadron SIXTY-ONE based on Guam where he flew more than seventy RA3B reconnais- sance flights in the Vietnam Conflict. Upon completion of this two year tour he reported to USS RANGER QCVA 61j in the Tonkin Gulf and continued his participation in combat operations. During this tour as Assistant Air Officer in USS RANGER, he was selected for command. He undenivent refresher training in the A3 Sky Warrior and took command of Heavy Photographic Squadron SIXTY-TWO at Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida. He served a second command tour following this at Naval Air Station, Whidbey Island, Washing- ton with Heavy Attack Squadron ONE TWENTY-THREE. He was then ordered to USS INDEPENDENCE QCVA 621 as Executive Officer until May 1972. Next, he attended the U.S. Army War College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, engaging in postgraduate level training Communications from Ship- pensburg State College. After his promotion to Captain, he commanded the Fast Combat Support Ship USS SACRAMENTO QAOE1 J, based in Bremerton, Washington. Upon completing a deployment to the Western Pacific, he was selected for major sequen- tial command of an aircraft carrier. In June 1975, he report- ed for duty in USS INDEPENDENCE as Commanding Offi- cer for over twenty-two months. He was then assigned to Washington, D.C. as Executive Assistant to the Vice Chief of Naval Operations. During this assignment he was select- .sm ed for promotion to flag rank and reassigned as Director, Aviation Manpower and Training TOP-595 on the Staff of Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Air Warfare. Rear Admiral Senfice assumed command of Carrier Group EIGHT in May 1980. After putting the INDEPEN- DENCE Battle Group through its training paces, he de- ployed with the Group to the Indian Ocean where he was present when the hostages were released. He assumed his present position as Commander Battle Force Sixth Fleet in June 1981 and broke his flag in USS FORRESTAL ifCVA- 59j. He shifted his flag to USS NIMITZ QCVN 68j in early August 1981. Admiral Service's personal decorations include two Le- gions of Merit, the Bronze Star, seven Air Medals and the Navy Commendation Medal. Rear Admiral Service is married to the former Natalie Harpst of San Diego, California. They have three sons, Mark, Bruce and David. The Service family resides in Car- mel Valley, California. 11 CTF-60 CAPT W.J. Hunter CDR PA. Herranen CDR M.M. Iverson CDR K.F. Leon CDR RM. Lightstone Chief of Staff CDF! GP. Love CDF! C.L. Shoemaker CDF? D.A. Stubbs LCDR DH. Barrett LCDR M.L. Driscoll LCDR SF. Falcona LCDF! T.C. Larsen LCDR L.L. Sakre LT D.J. Louk LT K.E. Wallace cwo2 M.vv. Litaker nrvrcs KA. Jones MSCF 0.0. Borja 'I r I l 5 I l r l 4 MS1 RP. Castellano BM1 RR. Thomas HM1 M.A. Weaver OS2 T.W. Harrison IS2 J.T. Krafft ISS T,A. Petrella MS3 L.J. Steinbrecher YNSA R.L. Lowery OSSA V.L. Thompson SR S.B. Medema 60 as W 41 CAPTAIN JOHN R. BATZLER, U.S. NAVY COMMANDING OFFICER, USS NIMITZ Captain John Bichard Batzler, son of Mr. 81 Mrs. William E. Batzler, was born in Battle Creek, Michigan on December 9, 1932. He is a graduate of La Jolla High School, La Jolla, California and the University of California at Berkeley, where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics. Commissioned an Ensign in the United States Navy in June 1955, Captain Batzler reported for Flight Training in Pensacola, Florida and received his wings and designated a Naval Aviator in January 1957. As a Photo Beconnais- sance Pilot with Light Photographic Squadron SIXTY- THBEE, he completed deployments to the Western Pacific aboard USS BON HOMME BICHABD QCVAESU and USS OBISKANY QCVA-345. During his first tour of shore duty, Captain Batzler served for one year at the U.S. Naval Air Test Center, Patuxent Biver, Maryland, as a graduate Navy Test Pilot and Project Pilot in the Weapon Systems Test Division. Beporting to Fighter Squadron THIBTY-ONE in November 1965, he served as Maintenance and then Oper- ations Officer during one and one-half deployments to the Mediterranean aboard USS SABATOGA QCVA-605. A tour with Fighter Squadron NINETY-SIX followed, where Captain Batzler served as the squadrons Operations Officer while completing his first combat tour to Southeast Asia in USS ENTEBPBISE QCVAN-655. A tour at the U.S. Naval Post- graduate School followed, where Captain Batzler received a Master's Degree in Computer System Management. ln August 1970, he reported to Fighter Squadron TWENTY- FOUB as Executive Officer and then Commanding Officer. With the "Fighting Bed Checkertails" he made two com- bat deployments to Southeast Asia in USS HANCOCK QCVA-195. Following completion of nuclear propulsion- engineering training in June 1973, Captain Batzler served a short tour on the Staff of Commander Naval Air Forces, U.S. Pacific Fleet, and then reported to USS ENTEBPBISE QCVAN-653 as Executive Officer in January 1975. Before reporting as Commanding Officer of USS NIMITZ, Captain Batzler served as Commanding Officer of USS ASHTABU- LA QAO-515 in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii from January 1977 through August of 1978. Captain Batzler's personal awards and decorations in- clude: the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Bronze Star, numerous Air Medals, the Navy Commendation Medalg and various service and campaign ribbons for his participation in the Vietnam Conflict. He is a member of the Society of Experimental Test Pilots and a member of the Cousteau Society. Captain Batzler is married to the former Carolyn Wright of Exexter, California. They have three children, Michael, Karen, and Gregory Shane. Captain Batzlerfwas to be relieved as Commanding-Offr cer of USS NIMITZ, promoted to Bear Admiral, and report for duty in Washington, D.C. shortly after Nimitz' return from deployment in February 1982. 15 tri NAVY UNIT COMMENDATIDN 3 On 19 March 1981, just after leaving the Norfolk Naval Shipyard in Portsmouth, Virginia, Captain Batzler treated the crew to a surprise award during a personnel inspection! awards presentation on the hangar deck, when he read the following: "The Secretary of the Navy takes pleasure in presenting the NAVY UNIT COIVIMENDATION to USS NIMITZ QCVN 681 and Embarked Carrier Air Wing EIGHT for service as set forth in the following citation: 'For meritorious senfice in support of United States contingency operations in the Indian Ocean from 23 January to 1 May 1980. ln response to national tasking, USS NIMITZ QCVN 681 and Embarked Carrier Air Wing EIGHT clearly demonstrated the capability to maintain an effective military presence in an area consid- ered to be of vital importance to the nation's security. Chal- 16 lenged with implementing contingency plans to rescue the American Hostages held in Iran, NlMlTZ's crewmembers responded by resourceful development and flawless ex- ecution of tactics which ensured the successful initiation of this vital mission. The superior planning and outstanding coordination of all participating units resulted in mission execution without outside detection. The superior profes- sionalism of all hands and supporting personnel contribut- ed significantly to sustained operations of unprecedented duration in a remote area of the world. By their steadfast diligence, technical expertise, and selfless devotion to duty, the officers, enlisted personnel, and civilian employees of USS NIMITZ QCVN 681 and Embarked Carrier Air Wing EIGHT reflected credit upon themselves and upheld the highest traditions of the United States Naval Service.' " AEA "I extend my heartiest congratulations to USS Nllv1lTZ QCVN 68j in recognition of winning the Golden Anchor Award for fiscal year 1981 . This award represents outstand- ing management and administration of motivation pro- grams and policies which culminated in a highly successful retention effort. Each member of the command can be proud of this accomplishment which indicates true pride and dedication to the U.S. Navy. Good on You." VADM Wesley l.. McDonald, U.S. Navy, Deputy Chief of Naval Operations qAir Warfarej "The selection of USS NIMITZ as the FY 81 Golden Anchor Award winner comes as no surprise to anyone. You have made a major contribution to not only our Navy but to the overall defense posture of the United States. You have discovered that there is no magical mystery ingredient to success in the area of retention, just a lot of dedication, hard work, imagination, perseverence and a large measure of time proven leadership principles Sincere congratula tions on your justifiable recognition RADIVI Jerry O Tuttle U S Navy Commander Carrier Group EIGHT "Congratulations to the officers and personnel of USS Nllv1lTZ on winning the CINCLANTFLT Golden Anchor award for FY-81. This award, the most prestigious retention award within the Atlantic Fleet, is presented to only those commands which have demonstrated superior retention, attention, and achievement. Yours is obviously such a com- mand. Well done." VADM Thomas J. Kilcline, U.S. Navy. "Congratulations to NIMITZ for your selection as the CINCLANTFLT golden anchor retention award winner. Once again, we are proud to have NIMITZ and her magnifi- cent crew in NAVEUR. Your continuing record of profession- al achievements, in every area, reflects consistently superb performance. Well done." VADM Ronald J. Jays, U.S. Navy, Commander in Chief, U.S. Naval Forces Europe. "The Golden Anchor Award recognizes your superior success in retaining those personnel who are needed to man our ships and squadrons in the future. Your extraordi- nary efforts that resulted in this award are recognized and applauded. Well Done!" VADM William H. Howden, U.S. Navy, Commander, Sixth Fleet. I PERSPECTIVE CCMMANDING OFFICER, USS NIMITZ Captain Raymond Paul llg was born June 11 1938 in Lowell Massachusetts He entered the Naval Service in June 1956, attending the U.S Naval Academy in Annap olis, lvlaryland. Following his graduation and commissioning as an Ensign on June 8, 1960, he was assigned to Naval Air Station Pensacola, Florida for Flight Training. He was desig- nated a Naval Aviator in January 1962. Captain llg's first assignment was with Attack Squadron ONE TWO FIVE, at Naval Air Station Lemoore, California for Fleet Replacement Training. On completion of his training, Captain Ilg joined with Attack Squadron TWENTY-TWO at Naval Air Station Lemoore and completed two Western Pacific deployments with that squadron in USS IVIIDWAY ICV 41 J. In October 1965, he was appointed Aide and Flag Lieutenant to Commander Carrier Division SEVEN. Captain Ilg was then assigned to the Naval Test Pilot School, Patuxent River, Maryland, from November 1966 through September 1967, and subsequently was assigned to the Flight Test Division through December 1969. After training as a fleet replacement pilot in the A-6 aircraft from January to October 1970, Captain Ilg was assigned to Attack Squadron SIXTY-FIVE. ln lvlay 1972, Captain Ilg was ordered to Attack Squadron FORTY-TWO, and served as Executive Officer until January 1973. Captain Ilg then re- ported to Attack Squadron ONE SEVEN SIX as Executive Officer in July 1973. I-le assumed command of Attack Squadron ONE SEVEN SIX in June 1974 and after a successful tour in which the squadron earned the Commander Naval Air Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet Battle Efficiency Captain llg was then ordered to Naval Nuclear Power School at Mare Island, Vallejo, California in October 1975. Upon completion of his nuclear power training, Captain Ilg reported to USS ENTERPRISE ICVN 655 as the Oper- ations Officer. I-le served as Executive Officer of USS EN- TERPRISE from April 1978 through August 1979. lVlost recently, Captain Ilg was Commanding Officer of USS WA- BASH IAOR 55 from January 10, 1980 to July 3, 1981. Captain lIg's personal decorations include: the Distin- guished Flying Cross, the Bronze Star, numerous Air lVled- als, the Navy Commendation lVIedalg the Purple I-leart, and the Combat Action Ribbon. Captain Ilg is married to the former Bonnie Shetley Thur- ber of Alta Loma, California, and they have two daughters, Tamara and Brenda. A Captain Ilg came aboard NIMITZ as Prospective Com- manding Officer in January 1982 and is due to relieve Cap- tain Batzler as Commanding Officer of NIMITZ in February 1982 while the ship is in port in Norfolk. CAPTAIN RAYMOND P ILC U S NAVY ff", 1 .ne-,Lx 1 qfwauoi A' 991: A "M ' CAPTAIN RICHARD C. MACKE, U.S. NAVY EXECUTIVE OFFICER, USS NIMITZ Captain Bichard Chester Macke, son of Mr. 8 Mrs. Ches- ter Macke, was born in Freeport, Illinois on January 4, 1938. He is a graduate of Kirkland High School, Kirkland, lllinois, and of the United States Naval Academy, where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in June 1960. He entered Flight Training at Pensacola, Florida in July 1960 and was designated a Naval Aviator in August 1961. Captain Macke then reported to Attack Squadron TWENTY-THREE in Lemoore, California and flew 4-A Sky- hawks for the next four years, accumulating more than 200 arrested landings on USS MIDWAY QCVA-411. Captain Macke entered the Navy Test Pilot School in February 1965 and after graduation served in the Weapons System Test Directorate. There he participated in many projects and was Project Officer for the A-4 Shoehorn and the Navy Preliminary Evaluations and Board of Inspection and Survey Trials for the A-7A aircraft. From January 1968 to January 1970, Captain Macke was attached to Attack Squadron TWENTY-SEVEN, flying the A-7A Corsair ll. He served there as the Administrative Officer and completed two combat deployments in USS CONNSTELLATION QCVA-641, flying more than 150 mis- sions over Southeast Asia. Captain Macke then reported to the U.S. Naval Postgrad- uate School in February 1970, where he graduated with distinction with a Master of Science degree in Operations Fiesearch and Systems Analysis. While at postgraduate school, he was selected for aviation squadron command. ln March 1972, he reported to Attack Squadron SIXTY-SIX in Cecil Field, Florida as Executive Officer and later serving as Commanding Officer of this A-7E squadron assigned in USS INDEPENDENCE QCVA-621. His next duty station was the Navy Office of Legislative Affairs in the Pentagon in January 1975, where he helped present the budget for Naval Aviation Programs to mem- bers of Congress and their Staffs. Before reporting to USS NIMITZ as Executive Officer, Captain Macke completed the Navy Nuclear Power Propul- sion training syllabus at Orlando, Florida, Idaho Falls, ldaho, and Washington, D.C. Captain Macke's personal decorations and awards in- clude: the Meritorious Senfice Medal, 14 StrikefF,light Air Medals, one individual Air Medal, two Navy Commendation Medals, the Navy Expeditionary Medal, and various senfice and campaign medals. He is also a member of the Society of Experimental Test Pilots. Captain Macke is married to the former Barbara Gabbe of Leonardtown, Maryland. They have two daughters, Belinda and Melissa. ln July, 1981, Captain Macke was relieved as Executive Officer in USS NIMITZ, and reported to USS CAMDEN CAOE-21, in Bremerton, Washington as Commanding Officer. 21 -5 1 1 X N 4 f 5 I I 4 ,?1- 1 1 'L CAPTAIN PAUL W. PARCELLS, U.S. NAVY EXECUTIVE OFFICER, USS NIMITZ Captain Paul Whitney Parcells was born in Chicago, Illi- nois on February 22, 1938. He is a graduate of San Rafael High School, San Rafael, California, and of the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland where he was commissioned an Ensign and received a Bachelor of Science degree in June 1960. Following Flight Training in Pensacola, Florida, he was designated a Naval Aviator and reported to Air Antisubmar- ine Squadron THIRTY-EIGHT. During this tour he completed three extended deployments to the Western Pacific in USS BENNINGTON QCVS-201. ln August 1965, Captain Parcells reported to the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California where he earned his Master of Science degree in Aeronautical Engi- neering. Following training in Fighter Squadron ONE TWENTY- ONE at Naval Air Station Miramar, California, Captain Par- cells joined Fighter Squadron NlNETY-TWO where he served as Maintenance Officer. He completed his fourth and fifth extended deployments to the Western Pacific aboard USS ENTERPRISE QCVN-65j accumulating more than 150 combat missions over Southeast Asia. ln October 1970, Captain Parcells reported to the Naval Test Pilot School at Patuxent River, Maryland and graduat- ed with class LVlll in June 1971. He was then assigned as the Naval Air Test Center F-14 Program Manager. Addition- ally, he served as Project Test Pilot on the F-4J Longitudial Control Positioning Device and F-4J!AWG-10 Visual Target Acquisition Systems project. He also participated in the Accelerated Service Trials of the F-8H!J and F-4 aircraft. After refresher training in Fighter Squadron ONE HUN- DRED ONE at Naval Air Station, Oceana, Virginia, Captain Parcells reported to Fighter Squadron ONE HUNDRED TWO as Executive Officer and later served as the 18th Commanding Officer of that squadron in June 1973. Fol- lowing his tour as Commanding Officer, he was assigned the duties of Aide to the Chief of Naval Operations. ln March 1977, he was ordered to USS FORRESTAI. CCV-595 as the Navigator and then Executive Officer. Before reporting to NIMITZ as Executive Officer, Captain Parcells completed the nuclear propulsion training syllabus at Orlando, Florida, Saratoga Springs, New York, and Washington, D.C. Captain Parcells' personal decorations and awards in- clude: the Meritorious Service Medal, five Strike!Flight Air Medals, the Navy Expeditionary Medal, and various service and campaign medals. He is a member of the Society of Experimental Test Pilots. Captain Parcells is married to the former Priscilla Gail Frey of Baltimore, Maryland. They have a son and a daughter. 23 AVCM KENNETH R. MANTLE MASTER CHIEF PE'r'rv ornclsn OF THE coMMANn Master Chief Kenneth R. Mantle, son of Mr. 81 Mrs. Rus- sell Mantle, was born in Springfield, Illinois on June 11, 1938. He is a graduate of Lanphier High School in Spring- field, and of Pensacola Junior College in Florida, where he earned his Associate of Arts Degree in Teachers Education in July 1972. He enlisted in the Navy in June 1956 and completed Recruit Training at Great Lakes, Illinois. After attending Aviation Fundamentals and Aviation Elec- trician's Mate "A" School, he was assigned to USS BON HOMME RICHARD QCVA-315. He then reported to the Fleet Air Gunnery Unit Pacific in EI Centro, California. Following assignments as a student to Aviation Electri- cian's Mate "B" School and Fighter Squadron ONE TWEN- TY-FOUR, Master Chief completed Western Pacific deploy- ments with Fighter Squadron TWO ONE-ONE in USS LEX- INGTON QCVA-163 and USS HANCOCK CCVA-199. He was next assigned to Airborne Antisubmarine Squad- ron FORTY-ONE for training in maintenance of the S-2 Tracker prior to a four year tour with Utility Squadron FIVE in Atsugi, Japan. After his advancement to Chief Petty Officer, he served as an instructor in Aviation Electricians Mate "A" School. Because of his leadership and performance, he was select- ed as an instructor for the Chief Petty Officer's Academy in Pensacola. Upon being selected for Senior Chief, he was assigned to Helicopter Antisubmarine Squadron ONE for training in the H-3 Sea King. He then deployed in USS GUAM CLPH-95, USS FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT QCVA-425, USS AMERICA QCVA-665 and USS LEXINGTON QCVT-165 while assigned to Helicopter Combat Support Squadron TWO as the Detach- ment Maintenance Chief. During his fourth year in HC-2, he was advanced to Master Chief and appointed Command Master Chief. After completing a tour as an advancement examination writer at the Naval Education Training Program Development Center at Pensacola, Master Chief then reported to NIMITZ as the Departmental Leading Chief and Production Control Super- visor in the Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department. 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O 1 . 5 I i w 3Wl USS CARON DD970 Every few years NATO navies participate in massive ex ercises testing the latest improvements in weapons and tactics and the abilities of diverse nationalities to cooper ate and coordinate their actions under a unified command The scenario of an aggressor s combined air land and sea attack on Northwestern Europe fully tested the partici pants and highlighted NATO strengths and weaknesses Strategic planners use the results of such exercises as TEAMWOFZK 80 to adapt NATO power and policy to con stantly changing threats to the alliance TEAMWOFIK 80 was a huge exercise in which some 170 warships of nine NATO countries participated Included were the United States England Canada Belgium Den mark The Netherlands West Germany Nonfvay Portugal and one non NATO country France TEAIVIWOFIK 80 tested all facets of sea warfare with NllvllTZ and Air Wing EIGHT involved throughout Our pri mary role was detecting attacks of both submarines and surface warships plus providing air cover for the Task Force During the amphibious landing phase we also sup ported a combined brigade of US English and Dutch lvla rines off the coast of Nonzvay The offensive capabilities of naval air power were further displayed with air strikes on targets in continental Europe and with tactical mining oper ations NIIVIITZ' first Commanding Officer, RADIVI B.W Comp ton, embarked as Commander Carrier Striking Force Atlan tic for this exercise Coordinating all the TEAIVIWORK 80 activities was VADIVI TJ. Bigley, serving as Commander Striking Force Atlantic A few days after leaving Norfolk, Canadian destroyers joined forces with NIIVIITZ and her escorts Together they started across the Atlantic Ocean as American submarines simulated aggressor forces. This preliminary exercise, called UNITED EFFORT 80, tested the ability of surface ships and aircraft to engage and defeat determined submarine and surface attacks I I This year's exercise was called HTEAMWOFIK '80". I HIVICS PHOTECTEUFI AOR509 along convoy routes across the Atlantic The ability to re supply embattled defenders of Western Europe is a central part of NATO strategy. The outstanding performance of NIMITZ and her Canadian escorts gave planners as accu- rate a gauge as possible of the Navy's readiness to carry out this mission. Off Ireland on September 10, the Task Group joined the TEAIVIWORK 80 scenario. Initially, fighter and attack aircraft protected the task force from air attack, then displayed offensive capabilities with attacks on seafland targets in support of amphibious operation. While giving maximum effort to winning the exercise, the decision makers on NIIVIITZ always had to keep one watch- ful eye on real world events. An exercise the size of TEAM- WOFIK 80 draws a lot of attention, the Soviet Union!War- saw Pact allies were always nearby trying to learn as much about NATO progress and problems as they could. During the exercise, Air Wing EIGHT aircraft intercepted and escorted away from the operating area, twenty-six Soviet Bear or Badger aircraft conducting reconnaissance in the vicinity of the Task Force. Warsaw Pact surveillance ships also operated nearby. 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M: ,.,.. -1-fangffq , ,rw f . b ., 'vi 'x'9f' ff .,-Q-,- if mu., -Q.. f -- .K ,yn fly 5 1 A 7 E I F W Q: 5 ai 2.5 LQ is lw if Q Qi ei I-5 !-1 ll I f Q 1 - ! 1 w , S 1: 'D .A 'ln-...K , I RN ,1 'lim . ,Q J- f W www N an Q fi' . , rw --.ab A PQ 1 .rn 'lb IW ,, gl: ,Q M E., ., In Mr' ,A M, Q, W 'O x , , , , 45' 'G 'Y-Q.. K tx, 1 5 s ., ,Q ..,..-4' w Y r V . I1 , Lv f, 2 9 Y W U A 5 P A I I 4. During the period of August 18 and 19, 1981, United States Sixth Fleet ships, carrier based air wings and fleet reconnaissance aircraft, under the tactical command of Flear Admiral James E. Ser- vice, Commander Battle Force Sixth Fleet, con- ducted an Open-Ocean Missile Firing Exercise in the south central Mediterranean Sea. Scheduled operations., approved by Vice Admiral William l-l. Howden, Commander Sixth Fleet, were conducted in the international airspace over international waters near the Gulf of Sirte because this area is generally free of commercial air and sea traffic, and has relativeily little commercial fishing activity. Four ships and four aircraft were scheduled to fire a total of fourteen exercise missiles at remotely controlled airborne drone targets during the two- day exercise. On August 18th, thirty-five sections of various Libyan fighters approached the an- nounced exercise area. The Libyan aircraft were intercepted and escorted away from the exercise area toward Libyan territory without incident by car- rier-based F-4 Phantoms from USS FORRESTAL QCV-593 and F-14 Tomcats from USS NIIVIITZ CCVN-681. During the early morning hours of August 19, two Libyan SU-22 FITTER aircraft fired an air-to-air mis- sile at a pair of F-14 aircraft from Fighter Squadron FOFRTY-ONE, based in NllVllTZ, whose air crew im- mediately returned fire with Sidewinder air-to-air missiles in accordance with the existing rules of engagement. The two Libyan FITTER aircraft were shot down as a result of this action. in ' -Z"..::.Lf.,-.. -' 5,5 .:.'....,...-31' .g..s.L..L.... 1g1.,.4..,.1.'..4,,LL4,...,,fT.,...-,J- .L - W , A ,mfg - HT ff ' f WV L. , ,. X , Z E .K X f X 22. Si I X f Y . X X X I I I ' x WV Xe ' XX Lx: I XX I V: ' Q f Q V ,V " X C X 92,2 X W if 4 k QQ ,, f -Vfgs, :.' , f A ,M fi! u fw X. . ' 2 ff SX fl: ' S tk ' 4 x f W TX ' , c, 1 57 1 f , " f Q, , .531 X X rf "f" K ' ,, ,V 2, if X -fi ' 1 WV - Q 'ilw I X 'Q 1 ' E ,, C, X VS ,,, ,VV X If S. X f I ' Vf, , Y .Xml L iv, 1, , , x X K Xi V " W si 'X' 'ff QVVSN Q1 if M! ,XX f-NV S2 if V ' . ,,, X . V X ,X - ii V X X- X ,, mf - 5 ,X , ,VW , . If X , W! 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Bargains in the form of copper, bronze, rugs, jewelry, and many more items were taken advantage of by some crew members. After a few hours shopping in the city, the crew- men came away with more than just memories of this fine port. For the history buffs, the ruins of Carthage lay nearby. ln the Punic Wars, they challenged the Ftoman Empire for control of the Mediterranean, only to be leveled by the Romans at the end of the war in 146 b.c. The ruins survive to this day, providing an interesting glimpse back into time. NIMITZ left Tunis, not exactly empty-handed, for the best bargains were the opportunities offered to meet new friends. ummm.-..,. 1-. - ,Q r ,M E it' iy, , W2 1 j fzpk R k K 'X ' E 'if ? TUNIS I I 41 i il 3 1, Nu 1' I i N i J 6 1 1 1 N K I 1 I 94 L 1 AA Ming asm K--.W ..-.,..,-,,.....,...-,-:f----,......-......v,...--.-..-.--.-. --.,.-...-.V,-w-1-.-N-...-.-+,f.-..-...-..-.....5-Y----M- -.- - --v r- - - ww-- X . X, , f , f f ,, f ,f ,X f , jf f f . 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Besides enjoying the many shops, restaurants and clue' of Haifa, NIMITZ crewmembers joined guided tours is Nazareth, Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Galilee and Tel Aviv R separate, special free tour of the local brewery, winery and diamond cutters was sponsored by the local businessmen Crewmembers also visited museums, churches and hlstoril cal sites that abound throughout the country. lvlost NIIVIITZMEN found genuine hospitality extended to them by the Israeli people. A few ventured into various kibbutz communities and came back with stories of com- munal life without money, children living separate from their families within the confines of the community and of pro- found interest in the American culture by the Israelis. The Israeli military was in evidence everywhere, carrying automatic weapons and sidearms openly. Although this is the normal way of life for Israelis, it was a new and unique experience for the crew. SN. Ax MWM- ,I A M ?iff'W15' QM? 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From shop to shop varied products ranging from porce- lain and pearls to leather and lunch were on sale. The leather was hand tooled yet inexpensive. The porcelain and pearls were of finest quality. One of the best buys of all was the food. Meals ranged from lobster to pizza. While NIMITZ sailors enjoyed the luring sights and the hospitality of the people of Palma, some dignitaries and residents from the local area visited NIMITZ. NIMITZ is in high hopes of being able to return to Palma de Mallorca the next time in the Med. A qi? f.-.-.......-.......-V-.,...--,.- -',....,..... ...-,,,. .,-. .. .M -.,..,,,.-..-.. ,,,.,,, ro , Q-. .Q K 5 1 ,YTIE1 ue ll , A' Y . Q X vb ' mv Q.- zq 1' tffrr :gf ,if f z Q . 1 Q., ff' ,, Q QW-53' . ,f ' fpiffl, 'J' - 0 , f f Q., 'izffq75r ' .h5if2. :zffzzwk . x was h f -A ' ., f J 46 v.5M ::,T,4.'L, :y. ,, ' 1- N"' f ' J--. I f -Q ' ' 1 , ,W I D , , ,ry Q. ' rv-I ' v . 'Q-uvfwv f t YT' o-'W 4 V 11 V4-iw' - 1 , .vs vw-1+-Q., t'3f4 Q4 F W' ,qt if gif 4? 4 . 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V, K . f K, g,,,4.1,n 7 W, ,, f, , 19, ,fm ,, , f 1, ,,.,f Blue, Yellow, Green, Red, White, Purple ,... The various brightly colored jerseys of Air Department personnel serve to identify the diversified jobs they perform. Comprised primarily of-the Aviation Boatswain's Mate rating the 500 men in Air Department perform jobs as varied as the differ- ent colored jerseys. V-1 Division's blue and yellow shirts are responsible for all aircraft movements on the flight deck, man the deck edge elevators, and operate the various items of ground support equipment. The red shirts of crash and salvage are tasked with providing on-the-scene fire fighting services in the event of an aircraft crash. They also operate the crash crane fTillyj and other mobile and fixed fire fighting equip- ment. The green shirts of V-2 Division operate and maintain the four integrated steam catapults, five arresting gear engines' and the fresnel lens Optical Landing System. They are specialists in the demanding task of heavy machinery maintenance required to keep the aircraft launching and recovering. T The blue and yellow shirts of V-3 Division manage the Hangar Deck, providing aircraft movements, fire fighting and deck edge elevator operations. Since the Hangar Deck serves as the focal point for numerous outside activities and is used for the storage of much large equipment such as the ship's boats, ground support equipment pool and various spare parts, the Hangar Deck crew has its hands full each day providing orderly management to the seeming chaos. V-4 Division provides the "grapes" or purple shirts who operate and maintain the jet fuel system providing fuel for aircraft, boats, mobile equipment and even the ship's -auxil- iary boiler. Their work takes them from the tower on the O10 level all the way down to the massive pump rooms on the seventh deck ensuring that good clean fuel is always avail- able to meet all requirements. Coordinating all of these functions from the focal point in Primary Flight Control the Air Boss and Mini Boss, assisted by the V-O Division white shirts, control the aircraft on the deck and airborne planes within five miles of the ship follow- ing launch and just prior to recovery. The officers and men of NIMITZ Air Department take great pride in running the biggest and best floating airfield in the world. ra- ' '-Qig. ff 5- " -:qs ,Lf 51.52 4-1:-Y-.V - --....g. . -J L! :A-.R DEPARTMENT CDR A.J. Murphy Air Officer CDF! J,L. Phillips LCDR D.S. Nimrner Asst Air Officer LT MJ. Clow ABCM J.W. Eubanks Division Officer YN3 E,F. Dean YN3 K.L. McCorkIe AN D.M. Applegate AN K.S. Duckworth AN C.M. Gradante AN MJ, Kurchinski ABEAN J.J. Connaughton AN FLD. Fields AA B.G. Cheek AA PR. Metzier .-..-,,...Y.. ii , , f -.,,..N..l,.,,,,..7 LCDR N.W. Steffen LCDR J.W. Bonanno CWO4 T,A, Robuck Division Officer ABHC RA. Moore ABHC B.E. Meadows ABHC M.S. Raskiewicz ABH1 LP Aldridge ABH1 TB. BUSY! ' ' '."C""'17"' -"' ABH2 J.P. Carney ABH2 M.J. Chapel ABH1 R.L. Hamil ABH1 Fl, McCain ABH1 FLM. Weirich ABH1 B. Young ABH2 J.P. Carcich ABH2 M.J. Keigley ABH2 L.E. Lanier ABH2 G.R. Lefebvre ABH2 A,Fi. Trevino ABH3 BD. Boutote ABH3 RN. Campbell ABH3 C, Chapman ABH3 KH. Copeland ABH3 SB. Corker ABH3 BM. Cyr ABH3 B.C. Earl ABH3 W, Guinn ' "W LVWW9' 'X 'Q' 41. ,E 2... .JT . , ,... M, " f f, f .. v Cf . ' ' "X U41 ,YWD .X Nc X1 ,559 -f J 5' 1 1 ' ' 'YW ,clk KJ AL, ff 'W Q 04 1 Jfffaw . ,!,,'19sffe,yq2V 5- f Y ,Wg 45521 4 W9 3 Jn if 5 5 'QB X. 5, ,'h' 411 , wif? - 1 an V, AN J.W. Miller AN FLD. Mosier AN G.W. Randall AN B.L. Smith AN J.S. Staley AN K.Fl. Tichenor AN JP Wozniak ABHAA WH. Jansen ABHAA E.N, Marchese ABHAA G.L. Williams AA V. Baker AA RE Barnard AA S.C. Bratcher AA CD. Burgess AA MJ Culbertson AA D.J. Curtis AA J.D. Davis -'ii 4' 1 1- I 1- ,A gi ix' AA M.W. Dright AA T.R. Fahey AA G.S. Goodspeed ,vo AN G.T. Gillis AA EK, Hammond AA RL, Heintz AA J.L. Howell AA M,W. Johnson AA ME- Khlel V-1 AIR 4 1. J i , K x ,5 2 i i AA J.B. Kravitz AA M.H, McCIeskey AA PD. Murtagh AA MR. Painter AA N.H. Reiter AA RD. Rossman AA M.E. Saint Louis AA MD. Wheeler AA W.F Winburn I i i i eeeeee i 142 gi - i I 1. i i F A v :EL-mt.:.f.....L . Y. - f - - ..,o.,...,,,. - ....,., .. .....-1. .,.......,.,.Y.. ....,-...,..,...,...,.f.-.., ,.,.,-f-,.,-,,.-,,.,.,,.,T...,.- 1---i..1-. -f.,,.........,.. ...,....,,... ,.,..,...,,......-- .,- ..,,.,...... ..-..,,.,.,.- ,,,,,,.... U15 .ffl '24 L' AIR V-1 xx"-S. AA S.L. Yates ABHAR J.E. Linares AR J.J. Barry AR KD. Jordan AFI J.T. Levan AR J.E, Lockwood AH W. Wilmont 'I f ,,,.,- . ' ?ff'lfQff frf' g "", f' ff" ' , f " ffl N V. lrk- V. - - - o v A 2, o..oh .A A '--- -1- -f-.-...,.-1f..--w-4-'.i-.-v-'7-f-..-,.-..- -qxv-f-qa--v-w-off---..,..,,,,,.,,,..,.,.,7--..,.,.-.-,eavw-, ..,,.,,..-,--...,....-,.......-..........-.- V . ...... . .. V-2 4 J...- LCDR T.L. Robinson LCDR A.M. Rode LT W.M. Anderson Division Officer ENS R.F. Pitt ABEC I.A. Bowman ABEC J.M. Cervantes ABE1 R.L. Beitel ABE1 L.D. Bowden ABE1 C.C. Cowart ABE1 M. James ABE1 M.L. Keller ABE1 R.E. Ledbetter ABE1 L.D. Molden ABE1 G.A. naby ABE2 K.A. cannon ABE2 R. oninnaya ABE2 JA. Churchill ABE2 c.J. oaneko ABE2 RG. Dillman ABE2 T. Ellison EM2 K.F. Gage ABE2 D.C. George me In , , A, , T-.-H.iLYf ABE2 L.Ft. Gilbreath ABE2 S.A. Hardwick ABE2 C.L. Harp ABE2 MS. Jackley ABE2 S.M. Kalo ABE2 C, Lott ABE2 J.K, Miller ABE2 L.J. Noel ABE2 A.J. Pugh ABE2 T,C. Redinger ABE2 E.A. Salvador ABE2 D,A. Sarti IC2 J. Tedesco ABE2 J.S, Valentine ABE2 P.A. Whyte ABE2 JP Worden ABE3 J.O. Allphin ABE3 B.K. Atwater ABE3 S.M. Balancio ABE3 J, Barbee ABE3 J,H. Baugus ABE3 FLC. Call ABE3 MR. Carney EM3 J.K. Chambers AIR V-2 145 , --- .--v ,-- ' ----v-- -V f ABE3 RE. Greene ABE3 J,F Harrington ABE3 RH. Hatchett ABE3 R.J, Hodges ABE3 K. Charles ABE3 D.V, Dvorshock ABE3 Ft. Ellis ABE3 D.G. Garcia ABE3 DR. James ABE3 J.L. Leonard ABE3 KL, Lon JP-ihllbiin Q ABE3 DB. Manetzke ABE3 FLA. Minneker ABE3 T.E. Mowrer me Ms. Crabtree ABE3 JA. D' ABE3 W.P, Early ABE3 M, Edmond ABE3 BW. England ABE3 E.J. Feliciano ABE3 LR. Gilbreath ABE3 J. Graham ABE3 W.J. Jennings ABE3 C.L. JoneS , . Page ABE3 FLE. Neese ABE3 Fl R Ambrosro ' ..... . . ..-,,,....-,...............................,.-.-w--..-.-..- ,mv-,..,..-1-.,..,.,..,-.,.f-. -..1-...,-.Q-.-1.-f--- .- ,nf-Q-sf.-4-4-f-,-vw ABE3 G.J. Pritchett ABE3 D.O. Smithers ABE3 P.A. Swanson ABE3 RL. Thomas AIR V-2 ICS DM. Tomlin ABE3 SD. Urps ABE3 T.I.. Whiteside ABE3 CD, Williams EMFN WB. Anderson ABEAN O.L. Bell ABEAN JP. Boyle EMEN RL. Brown ffm. Q Qi ' 1 ABEAN T.E. Clark ABEAN KB. Day ABEAN SD. Diehn ABEAN Z.S. Elicker ABEAN Fl.J. Ferguson ABEAN T.C. Griess ABEAN K. Hopkins ABEAN JP. Jones . ,.,. - M , 'Ai ABEAN W.S. Metcalf ABEAN MJ, Moynihan AN JD, Boon AN M.L. Bryant 1-fain, r-,T-, . I-I --V, 1-.-,L ,-- we-Y. v.-. :ia-1:-.-7-iii:-T-. . 147 '1i' 4 AN BG, Carswell AN T.V. Haney AN T.S. Couninan AN J,J. Dixon AN A. lsoldi AN T.W. Johnson AN L. English AN MP. Fox AN JB. Garlington AN Fl.L. Hall l AN MF. Jordan AN D.J. Kohlbeck AN J. Matalas AN E.W. Nelson UW' 0. . f ' . x V I nf , 7' f i,4i,,ggg'f-WK.'r2p4fQwf"' ' U - V ., fa.: fel, AN MT. Patnode AN G.A. Smith AN T.J. Tayior AN D.L. Watkins FN DF Mayse ABEAA J. Avina EMFA H.C. Burcar ABEAA K.M. Burnam ABEAA S. Phillips AA M.H. Allnut AA R.L. Clevenger AA BM. Francis AA EE. Henderson FA M.S. Hume AA D.E. Keller AA H.J. Kimrell AA PE. Krause AA S.Fl. McCray AA D.L. Mitchell AA T.W. Murphy AA J. Pallagi AA MF Portus AA J.M. Pritchett AA A.W. Proctor AA T.E, Savage AA PJ. Sennett AA L.J. Sharpe AA L.S. Smith AA M.B. Smith AA Fl.E, Vanderbent AA D.E. Vincent AA CN. White AR L. Fedoruk AH C.K, Hill AR FV. Latour ..,..,., , , V-2 14 P-4 .-,5 --.Q---, Y --v-,,..f..f--.-.4-.-, ,.- -::.i-:rg--T:Cv.-1-fn-g-,Q ., ..,-...v-1a?i:,,-.,.,, 3.15: 1,-,A i i x .aww 944 'QU E . il " 25 V . Annu, X W 45 ' Q 19, V. X . yi? ,wh 1 ' an .Q ,,,,, V f,,4g 4 y A ,Wo.,W,, ' 4 ,f,,,,,,,, , M ,, ,,,, 5 9 ,V n , f V ', ! A ' fy' ,, I , f '.f"'Q. 'hqp -, W ,f I 5 f,,,7Vf,Qv,,CxJ. ,M V fx ,fx .......L.,............M..-,.,. , .....V--7 LA . , ,Lfhmm , M. k Y J V. 3? lin- WMWNQ .H 5 if 'war im 14125:1:aaa-aufffteefff,-i31'1f-g-f ---T-1- ' g neg-L: 3544,-Zxb....i.-....4-m... .....-..,,A.. ., ,, , , W.. - .... . - - ...1, .,.,.,., ,V Y f .5-1-fre - V-ffff-.-f'-' ' ' Y' """ """""" ABH3 F.L. 'Turner ABHAN C. Burke ABHAN DR. Hillard ABHAN H. Levin AIR V-3 AWAN K J Madden ABHAN M Pauley ABHAN W Robinson ABHAN E H Stoner ABHAN P Walker SN M S Agato AN C Creech AN C R Cornelius AN Fi Cummrngs AN A L Decker AN R Gates AN G Goedde AN R Gougan AN M Green AN L M Hart AN Fi Hodges AN K S Huberty AN B Hutcnlnson AN TC Lakey AN E Mlnes 151 -'rw----3-5-:df---f---vfffrqf 14.--,-ii...-. f,6,:....--v-7 f ,,..N.--C-.-,f ,A-1-.--T :T- - W . , Kf ., f F If . ' ff,,'5.Q +.u.fj,, 2, ' 2 g Qt, 1 Q gy! fn 0 f qvfrfqff ,keg-9-1 ' v,. 4,7 ,V .p ffl Q M- fa B if' f f fi? Zi? ,Md , , 5 05: ,lg .,Q......1...,,,..,,...,,, ,Af H---5 ,.-K, 1- J , ,L-QL-L, lp, ,L -gffJc.-.4-If f.-,..A.' .-.,.,-..,....- AL, , ,, .a,.,., 5 Q , A ., if H ge. ,f 'G2 if . 'B . 1,714 nf' ? .. qw:-52 Xf x,A,,. m L , .,,A A , , ,, , , Q .I L ..,.....-vm..- ..1L...,. .... .. ,-,QLEB-, 1 X ENS C.W. La Rue CWO2 C.M. Williamson Division Officer ABFC D.M. Ausderau ABFC S.W. Turner ABF1 EFI. King ABF1 F,W. Kraiza ABF1 TF Terpenning ABF2 R.A. Deblock l l ABF3 Fl. Bartholomew ABF3 H.W, Bugbee ABF3 T.J. Cush ABF3 FLA, Delossantos ABF3 PO. Duncan ABF3 T.M. Elko ABF3 A. Freeman ABF3 DC, Hassel AIR V-4 ABF2 J.Fl. Emberton ABF2 J,C. Henriquez ABF2 A.D. Pollard , ,,., W ,fi ABF3 Fl. Dickson ABF3 C,L. Dory ABF3 F,Fl. Duchens ABF3 E.Fl. Inman ABF3 J.A. Macera' ABF3 M,A, Maier ABF3 C.C. MCGOW ABF3 E.W. Nielsen ABF3 W.G. Savoie ABF3 A.C. Sison ABF3 MG. Spears ABF3 DA. Thompson ABFAN K.J, Clarke u1.sxiLSH4-J " X ABFAN A.T. Dimaculangan ABFAN V.A. Guinyard AN C.L. Cammarota AN J.W. Carter I YNSN FJ. Hillebrecht ABFAN K.J. Hoffman ABFAN FIR Monahan ABFAN FA. Sealy AN J.E, Brown AN S.T. Cook AN W,A. Digilio AN RJ. Flowers AN B.G. Jeans AN G,A. Jones a aa., e, X. 54 ww-o-s...k.,.-u..,... AN D.W. Latham AN J.W. Oquinn AN MR. Provost ABFAA DL. Murphy ABFAA J.S, Popiolek ABFAA K,W. Fiamage AA RJ. Baio AA J.K. Milstead AA J.T. Mullah AA R. Purvis AN SB, Rainwater AN MR. Reardon AN BR. Simmons AN MS. Winn AA C.B. Adamson AA S.Ft. Burk AA RN. Chappuis AA C.L. Clark AA RH. Estey AA JO. Goodwin AA T. Horton AA G.L. Josey AA G.W. Literal AA GR. Melton AA J.D. Ray AA M.W. Schumann AA B.K, Swmith AA MA. Stump AFI L.A. Abram AH RP Asueto AR G.W. Browne AR S. Feeney AF? BD. Fischer AR L.M. Graham AFI C.L. Herrington AR KD. Knichel AR W,L. Berger AR MR, Radcliff AF! G.W. Reed AF! D.L. Fiiste AR J.T. Schaffer ' "" '11 I ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENT The five divisions of NllvllTZ' Administrative Department are involved with virtually all aspects of life aboard the ship. All work performed leads toward improvement of day-to-day liv- ing and enhancement of morale. X-1 Division includes the Captains Office, Print Shop, Chaplains Office and Post Office. The Captains Office has the responsibility for direct admin support ofthe Commanding Officer, maintains all officer records, ship's correspondence and directives, and classified material control. The Print Shop fills the requirements for numerous copies of the Plan of the Day, Flight Plan, and ship's newspaper as well as ship's direc- tives, operation orders and many other high priority, high qual- ity printed products. ln the Chaplains Office, the three Chap- lains assisted by the Yeomen and Religious Program Special- ists handle all administrative emergency leave, church services, and counseling. The men of the Post Office play a key role in maintaining crew morale by processing all oncom- ing and offgoing mail. They also provide all postal services normally found at a shore facility, including money order sales, package mailing, and processing registered and certified mail. The Administrative and Personnel Offices fall under the cognizance of X-2 Division. The Admin Office is the hub of the administrative network in NllVllTZ. In addition to being the departmental office, it also serves as the Executive Officer's support staff and is responsible for the daily production and distribution of the Plan of the Day, The ship's Personnel Office provides a full range of personnel and management support 156 services to the ship and crew. Service records maintenance, assignment of personnel to various departments, and monitor- ing the ship's manning levels are just a few of the personnel support functions provided. X-4 Division is comprised of the Discipline and Legal Offices and the Master-at-Arms Force. The Discipline Office is respon- sible for handling disciplinary matters quickly and properly, and the Legal Office, staffed by a lawyer and legalman, offers legal assistance to crewmen and serves as legal counsel to the command. The lvlaster-at-Arms Force is the ship's police de- partment, tasked with enforcing rules and regulations of the Navy and the NIMITZ. They also assist in maintaining the security of the ship, and assist in the enforcement of customs regulations. ' l Sports, tours, and recreation programs are the responsibil- ity of Special Services, X-5 Division. Special Services arranges low-cost tours during overseas port visits, sponsors sports competition programs on board and ashore, supervises the ship's gym and sauna, and maintains an athletic gear check- out locker for the crew. I , The lvledia Office, X-6 Division, is responsible for publishing the daily "NllvllTZ NEWS" and the ship's Family Gram. lvledra also provides overseas port visit information for the crew and supplies information about the ship to visiting press and VIP S- in addition, the Media Office is responsible for coordinating and scheduling programming for NllvllTZ television channels. ' "' 'A f r Y !-- -- , 7 774, Y ., 7 7, -' . . -1311- ,,,,,,, l i , 1 v .L M ' it fr LT A.T. Jordan Department Head 'E ENS P.A. Jones LIC RL. Crain PCC L. Floberts Division Officer ADMIN I .N ffuflf PCl SF Cherry YN1 A,C. Willis YN2 RE. Clouser PC2 J. Ramos YN2 B.J. Seltzer YN3 L.A. Austin PC3 SB. Brown PC3 A.W. Collins YN3 GL. Hunsak ,rw l LI3 W,G, Leland PC3 M.J. Mahoney PC3 M.T. Moeller LI3 D.J. Rhodes LI3 J.L. Washington 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l 1 1 1 LISN J.V. Frazier PCSN E. Johnson YNSN S.L. Lemons LISN RD, Robinson LISN FLE. Shaffer SN R.L. Ganoe AN L.G. Williams PCSA W.B. David X-1 ADMIN 1 1 '1 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 11 111 1 1 1 1 '1 1 Qi 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 I I 'WZ 1 11-,f 1 1 ,,Y, 1 - 1 f 1 11 1. Q1 1 E R 'I 11 11 158 1 11 11 1 A i1 I mg.-ww Elf iii LISA BG. Heckerman YNSA W.W, Hicks PCSA B.S. Mensing YNSA C, Phillips PCSA S.F. Roberts "-'---- -'--- ---1-of----1-...,...,-ffm...-.-,x -,.,.-...,..-........,...,-... .,.....-,., X-2 ADMIN g...-., --. .A - Y f I "'1-qv a V f- i f 'Sh , 3 5 Y i 5-, ,fp - f' kj-, ,,,4 .'A,, i . H MEM, , . yt-'r' ' fn' ' X 1 ggi ,, , ,.. , l , . g - A ENS o.T. Harrell YNCS JM. LaQf0W PNC TR- Leaf Division Officer i . , K PN2 I,L. Jackson PN2 S.M. Lomac PN3 A. Chiilious PN3 P.S. Dalbeck PN3 JD, Glass YNSN RS. Fowler PNSN DR. HGHSKSU 160 25' XX wax 'L J K 0 i4 E Lxkx 'r -f f ' X 4 1 K- - f 6 A fr 'Qii X 31 .. ... .A M lu-n .- Q 1:1 E. 42 PNSN JD. Mathieson PNSN SF Stumbaugh YNSN DM. Weaver YNSN A,L, Gentry SN T.L. Johnson SN GR. Montgomery SN L.G. Williams PNSA BS. Cavinder YNSA E.J, Swan SA JF Donovan AA A.E. Hale SA GD. Lyons AA D,W. Oyler W. ADMIN X-2 - 161 -4---,-1- Q, -Q-.4 'uw-.1 .- -.--1.-1 --,-.vw ',--,..-,-.-,.f-.,,-..-.-- -vv.+Q1-G-vE-v-wvvawv,-w,..,...-f,.,....,,,..e,,.,.-........- . '- X-4 ADMIN LCDR J.D. Currivan CWO2 .A.'J. Vangzlagrlff LNC B.E. Van Deren Legal Qffioef Disclpllne Officer LN1 T.J. Barnes YNSN HJ? Newsome SN J,C. Baty SN R. Belt SN M.S. Douglas l162 1" , - fs- ?'?'5i'?!L- 1 - :mf Yi..-.-.,-..v1-1-Y-In-,...-11.1, ,Q-,.....,...,...,. ,...e:,, ,ll Q 1 ,wi , -'XA if l HAPLAIN ' CF ICE CAPT EH. Campbell CDF! FLM. Connor LT WR. Mclvor RPC D.G. Johnson Senior Chaplain f RP1 C.D. Becker RP3 ME Bourgeois RP3 J.A. Roberts AA M,W. Cowell AA W.M. Larson SA J.L. LeMasters "LEE-M M . .. . .....-..,.-- --.----.-W ,iezux2n1m-,-.iA:zr1ew--a.urf:w-Lf- A --'-----'ff'.:'ff'W'-fw11Daff"1'n ' ' ""' ' ' " , .-.... fm,-5 f ,W ,.,. A PECIAL SERVICES X-5 LT FLA. Kenna SN Fc. Defuentes AN T.C. Pearsall AN G.c. Reed AN GM. siracuzzi AN ac. Thiele AA K.L. Moore Division Officer iii .Mi 165 5 x -f----.N---...,.....,,.,-...,,,,,, , ,, . , .,...-,...,............,--.......,... , . , -.,...,,.. ,.................., ,.,- --- X-6 MEDIA LTJG A.M. Giglio ENS G. Delcambre JOC K.H. Cronk SN G.E. Headon Division Officer 166 MACS J.H. Pitman AD1 W. Jackson ABH1 RW. Johnston BM1 KR. Reed AE1 L.L. Schierkolk ,i rs EW2 OD. Christian AO2 J.L. Cribb AT2 J Peelfer BM2 R E Rouleau MS3 J D Crockett SGT M Kennedy z 1.11 . fix ---... .. ,".a.Q4vm-44w.u--Q-an-Q..-4-Q-:suv-4 - MA1 RR. Enriquez BM1 H.C, Manning PH1 R. Watts ABH2 M.S. Gilmore ,. .V TW.. A A 1 MM2 J L wmmngxon MS3 Fi Paredes .,.,.. ..W-w . , MAA AO1 FLE Guillot BM1 W.D. Howard MA1 RD. McGiIvray MA1 D.L. Prejna lC2 G.D. Ballance FtM 2 JH. Carroll - f - , f . . AMS2 MD, Knight ET2 W.K. Neuhofel J, ,, , J, Y, , ,,,.A,,,,.,-,,....,..,,,,,,,, AD2 K J Wlndt AG3 J I Bright GMT3 TO Stokes SN G C McGulnness TRAIN NG r N Y 4 r L A I ,N W N W N 1 r 4 1 r CDR L.E, Dawson ENS J.A. Devoyd ENS P.J. PIaCkiS u Department Head 'J E Q CWO2 A.D. Blackburn NCCS J.L. Brower PNCS RR. Larson 168 W' '- The Training Department is composed of a diverse group of specially trained men who are tasked with providing varied services to the NIMITZ crew in an ongoing effort to improve shipboard life, and enhance individual career satis- faction. It consists of the Educational Services Office, the Human Resource Management Specialist, the Command Career Counselors Team, the Substance Abuse Counsel- ors Team, and Correctional Custody. The Educational Services Office is tasked with the man- agement of the entire enlisted advancement program as well as maintaining records, applications, and recommen- dations for the Command Advancement Program, Striker Board, and Officer Program Selections. The Human Fle- source Specialist's main concern is the quality of shipboard and Navy life. The Command Career Counselor Team of- fers career related information and conduct Career Informa- tion and Benefits classes. The Substance Abuse Counsel- ors Team provides drug and alcohol counseling. Another vital role of the Department is the implementation of the formal school training required to maintain crew readiness and professional aptitude for the 3,000 man crew while homeported. Closely related to this is the necessary fund- ing of temporary duty orders to accomplish this training. The Training Department prepares these orders, and main- tains accurate accounting records for an annual budget of over fB840,000. AO1 C,C, Ardinger NC1 L.C. Carter ET1 R.V. Fahnestock ABE1 L. Poole NC1 JR Solice ABE1 J.W. Young PN? MD- Bfyak PN2 NP English AK2 MG. Jeter PN3 T.Z. Alapeck PN3 R.W. Bowers YN3 c.c. cole YN3 RJ. cross PN3 Fl.A. Holt PNSN JN. Clinton PNSN MA. nosewicz su ou. Hui su k.A. Leepel SN B-G Heed SA BL' Mmce g PRGGRAMS AFl.oA1' FOR CQLLEGE EDUCATION The Navy's Program of Afloat Col- lege Education QPACEJ, administered by Florida Junior College at Jackson- ville, allows NIMITZ crewmembers to attend college courses while afloat. During this cruise a total of 1,985 stu- dents attended courses in History, English, Mathematics, Law Enforce- ment, Photography, Business and Economics, accumulating approxi- mately 6,000 semester hours of cred- it P 170 TM KOWHIICK L Case ace Coordinator .5711 PRC M.W. Pryor AD1 J.A. Haze-Ihurst RM2 C.E. Fuentes MM2 E. Grabowski ABF2 J. Henriquez MM2 J.B. Henry AK2 M.G, Jeter BM2 H.L. Lewis AME2 S, Swan AG3 J. Abbott DP3 B. Daly AMS3 G.J. Hinchee AK3 M.T. King CPL DE. Lynn AE3 W. Madison HT3 K. Moylan EM3 M. Shirley in .pf ...-....Y.---...,,.- . un- .- .X - ,fr :frxuvvvb -1-inf 41: v-.f...,, M , N., '!MM,!,,.,,. 1 wf , fm ., NN '-I-M, Nw "M-,.,. M-N .,., ff-....h,.,H,.. ,, .. ,Vw-1 f ff VM ww 'wfgzvzbwqfjff ,QQ Vw 711, fa? 1 ,, Je, i Z M NU 1 kffff' i,.fffffA ' W ,fm-. 4,..w- 1 M...-M 3 ,.MM ,,...-- ...- ..-u ,-nf ,Hn-a Munn: 4.4-A ,wo- H,gnf'9 www, wwf The mission of AlMD is to repair aircraft components in order to keep the air wing flying and the Supply storerooms filled. Four divisions 1450 menj with 28 work centers main- tain approximately 100 major aircraft systems for the nine types of aircraft embarked using over 100 major repair facilities and literally thousands of minor, yet vital, pieces of support equipment. The AIMD also repairs the "Yellow Gear" used to move, start, maintain and load ordnance on the aircraft themselves. IM-1 is the Staff Division. Production Control manages all of the repairable flowing through the AIMD using the new Status Inventory Data Management System QSIDMSJ com- puter. Administration provides centralized word process- ing. Material Control maintains the ship's 14,500 item list of support equipment. Quality Assurance ensures safety and quality workmanship. IM-2 is the General Maintenance Division composed of the Jet Engine and lnflight Refueling Store Shop, the Jet Engine Test Cell, the Engine Oil Analysis lab, the Airframes Shop, the Hydraulic Component Shop, the Tire and Wheel Shop, the Non-destructive Inspection Lab, the Parachute Loft, the Oxygen Shop, the Floatation Devices Shop and the lM-2 Staff. IM-3 is the Avionics Division composed of the Communi- cations!Navigation shop, the Corrosion Control shop, the Electric shop, with its satellite Generator shop and Battery Locker, the F14!A7!S3 Radar shop, the Electronic Counter- measures!Secure Communications shop, the EA-6B Van Complex, the A6!E2 Radar and IPTS work center, the Ver- satile Automatic Shop Test QVASTj work center, the Electro- Optics!Reconnaissance!Air Antisubmarine Warfare shop, the Calibration lab, the Electronic Module and Microminia- ture Repair shop and the lM-3 Staff. lM-4 is the Ground Support Equipment iGSEJ!Armament Division, and maintains about 2000 pieces of GSE used to move, start, maintain and load the aircraft. IM-1 AIMD l CDR T.W. Hancock LCDR RR. Jauernig LT RD. Dunn LT G.W. Pack Department Head Asst. Dept. Head Division Officer ATCS PR. Everette ATCS F.J. Schindler AZC WR. Matthews AZC RE. Swanson AZC G. Talley i 174 .... - - A- -- - :riff-.T AE1 JP Even AMS1 FD, Fleming AZ1 GP Hobby AE1 O.J. Hoffman AZ1 T.S. Jenkins AT1 J. Mitchem AD1 VR Nosse AS1 P.W. Hothlisberger AZ2 KM. Nelson AZ2 J.W. Schmidt AK3 PLE. Estep YN3 A. Herrera AK3 D.C. Kelsey AZ3 J.Fi. Ramos AZAN JG. St. John AZAN S.E. Labadia AZAN W. McQueen rn-:gqgg M ' ' i AN NE. Brown AN K,W, Fulkerson AN RA. Haycraft AN DM. Fianaletto AN L.A, Ross AN SR. Senchina AZAA B.B. Goad AA G.A. Berube AA G.D. Dolin AA J.H. Morton AA D.A. Ride! AA J.L. Smithingell AA D.L. Thompson AR G.S. Doan ... ...... 1-A-4 "A ' - 'N' ' IM- AIMD W 7--,av ff' T2 viizfiw , M, 1 ,f , .I r, ',', rf ...jpQki:i,f2C22agff2' .4473 f ,' . .3 f4ffc,'vQ7ff'ff 4a,4ZjL4'.?Y'Zy47 Qk7i4i3pjQ:.gQQ,gg3j1V V QQJZQX' 2595531 ,,,y4.4, , ,,,, ,,,, , ., , fgwv, . NJWL :Swv ' " ' f' if Gisli? ws- L. 4 fr ff 1 f X X If X V 'iff2f?X'ff 7 , if ff X V f J' f ,,,, ,ff 'yfilfffiflfkfi 4' V? gy ,,.gv.,f,f5f,f3,4f fg,f.xg0g,f3,la, , ,QXI HWM f 1 f ,. X71 f y ! fd af 4 7 'ffif 'ff 1 1 If V 4 M! 1 y M X 4 if f' fm , - fw,.:z2f...,.J -. f LT S.E. Pyle ADC G.A. Baita SSGT B. Dennison Division Officer i l Y . PFX1 B.J. Conatser AD1 M.W. Gaddis AD1 Fl. Gaither AD1 J.V. Hudson AME1 G. Melcher AMS1 R. Shafer AMS1 A. Wilson W . - ., . .,., ...W ..,V, .U N75,5.,?77m.7,m I vf7V'X f ' " " " UU 1 w A 'Y-'l'f'9 7 . 'J 7'3"'!W'7 4193.23 Z. Z,.,W.5 . . - yffg I-at ' 2 M '. .. .1- f Flo N ffffzy- Qi ,244 ,Wi 4. , 1-5.-iiif, V-if ' , .. ' 5.3: ', Vg., iq. digg .- +2.a..g,ege..,,a4.5z5.4V AD2 RE. Brown AD2 R.L. Crisley AE2 E. Christopher AMH2 J. Ellorin AD2 J.M. Esperanza AMH2 Fl. Foster SGT J. Healy AD2 J. Lennox AD2 K.L. Ramsdell PR2 B. Salsbury AD2 S. Sanders AD2 K.E. Still AMS2 W.A. Turangeau PFl2 C.O, Woods 11135 i i l l l l l l IV. 1 '-of Vg' G .ml ...JA 176 4.4-W DM -D ., .. fi wo- .... .- ., .. ,. is , A 5 5' A PM S V AJ J ...ff AMH3 M. Allen AMS3 M. Atkins AMH3 Connors AMH3 J. Crawley AMS3 M.N. Glaude AD3 R. Green AD3 PF Blanchard AMH3 P Blankenship AD3 FLA. Davis AMH3 J. Donlon PH3 J. Hall AMS3 RD, Hunley an AD3 R J Lakes AMH3 K Lindsey AD3 A F Luedtke AMH3 D Morron AD3 l.. Bruster AMS3 D.W, Campbell AD3 M. Coolack AT3 D. Ekstrom AD3 M.S. Fredenburg AD3 RA. George PR3 D. Jones AMH3 G. Kay AMJSYSG LaFosse AMH3 B Nowlln AMS3 W Ogden AMS3 B Pedersen . ,Y . . Y...-V-. e , ,,,,,,, ,. , -,......, .......s -ew-a v ..,,-0nu-.:.....w.,,-.:,v.g,-1.',.s.....w...-.N.--.,:,-,.-'.--.:'...1........:,-.,..,,,,,,.,,,,,,,....- IM-2 3 AD3 J.H. nuerner Amss L. seales AMS3 G. snemela Amss C. Steinbach AMH3 J. sun AD3 GJ. Tindall AMS3 J. Toney AMH3 L. Villamonte AMH3 N. Villanueva Y P 5 I i AMH3 Fi. Weameyer ADAN C. Ainslie AMHAN MB. Clafk AMSAN C.L. Coleman ADAN C.O. Curry ADAN FLA. Draft AEAN RD. Lane AMSAN J.E. Luckey ADAN G. MCD0l"3'd AMSAN c. Mccaadney ADAN A.J. Rosado ADAN o. ward AM:-IAN n. watson AN MA. Barney AN DM- Freeman AMHAN PB. Germeroth ei i AN M. Sosebee PRAA K. Vieth AA D. Lamar .. ,.,.,,.,,. Q IM-2 AMSAN C. Hall AN R. Hernandez AMSAN KM. Penrose LCPL RL. Wulff ADAA MF Boggess AMSAA J.W. Ramirez AA R. Barbee AA TD. Gettys AA J.A. Gilson AA L.L. Myler AA S. Ryan AR W. Bolin AR W. Crewford AR J.E. Drummond AR L. Johnson AR D. Tobias M .mm . .,...Q.-- ... -- ......., ..., ., ..., .. .......,,.. .,... .,..,,...,...-..,q,-,..-.....,....,.,,.,-n-,...,,w.......,..., ENS E.E. Dean AOCS S.W. Kerr W W W ix ' "' 'W W W W W . . W ' i W L W W W .ce W LT. C.J. Dellany W Division Officer W . W . W I M ' W . W W W W . W V W W W W W W r ii W r W WW l .Q ' AX1 Jo. Alvaro AT1 c.K. Barker AT1 co. Bourke AE1 Dr. Flora 1 W , i Wr W W W W W W ' W W r WW W WW W r 'i WW r W W W oi W W r W i W AQ1 D.E. Jones AT1 L.L. Kirche AT1 D ATC D.C. Bedford ATC P.H. Koss , AE1 R. Green AT1 K.L. Fenno AQ1 D.M. Hale AT1 R. Johnson GYSGT J.A. Oster ATC MR, Shaflon r .G. Krause SSGT TE McGuire AT1 R.R Morris AQ1 F Nagel AT1 W.R. Nash AQ1 R.M. Parsons SSGT O.L. Purdur AQ1 R.E. Rivas AQ1 J.C. W 180 if ., ---- Russell AE1 L.L. Schierkolk AT1 FLG. Scott AT1 G.W. 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Groff ASMAN LP Jackson ASHAN D.C. Keely .f.-..,. .....-- --,.i,- --1 -Q '- V WYH' ' ""' 'V' " ' IM-4 ASHAN G.l.. Lowden ASHAN Ft.L. Romero ASMAN W.E. Stackpole ASHAN MR. Wootton ASMAN T.L. Zellers AN CD. Clark AOAA M.T. Brackett ASMAA J L Fustln ASMAA D L Price AOAA D A Smith ASEAA M A Springer ASMAN A.Ft. Taylor ASMAA W.A. Duphiney AOAA P.W. Spivey AA L.C. Flynn AA M.K. Hughes AA J.M. Kulcak AA D.W. Surratt AR J.L. Silveira 188 rf' A-1 aww ff' nur... WT' 'W' " . .1"..Z.: 233 '. 2!..' " ' 7 Q , nw ' SAFETY CDR LA- Mauney LCDR W.D. Largent MMC L.S. Rogers ABE1 JH. Jones HT1 S. Mauga BM1 CR, Stine ET2 K,L. Albright AO2 P,L. Massey YN2 W.S. Magahee YN3 EJ. Marshall The NIMITZ Safety Department is charged with two very important shipboard functions - establishing and adminis- tering the Safety and 3-M programs. Although the Safety Team is manned only with five safety inspectors, each has years of experience in various areas of shipboard work. They are tasked with conducting an aggressive command-wide safety program which includes developing positive attitudes of safety awareness in the minds of all crew members concerning the potential haz- ards of shipboard life. The team patrols the ship, identifying, documenting, and making recommendations to eliminate safety hazards. NIMITZ' Safety Department also is a very active contributor to the worldwide Navy Safety Program. The 3-M Team is the overall administrator of the Ship- board Planned Maintenance System and the Maintenance Data Collection System. In addition, 3-M's responsibilities include Ship Alteration management, coordination of tender and shipyard work packages, and assisting in the implementation of the Ship's Force Overhaul Management Systems. Sound PMS and PQS programs are the keys to safety. 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V. 1 A 'A K MMM: A .V 1 : fi :kg lm' A ,:.V 1 " ' an Jn, , l ,,-,,,,,-,, --7,,. .,,, , , -v-S11 .Lg .1-:':E1TTxl4v VA 1, If fl' 'i'-'-'- - ' ' L W' T ' H" H-.M .,, I 7 :fag 2,1 if all il fl l, il ll iYl il ii Isl li lil il El ll l l 3 , CDR D p Golden CDR J.J. Simkovich LCDR lVl.F. Sedlak LCDR J.l-l. Nottingham ' ' - ' ' Division Officer Dental Qffmer Prosthetics Officer 20 l g l LT D.M. Trop DTC M.A. Wallace The Dental Department is the largest and most sophisticated treatment facility afloat. The five den- tal officers and 17 dental technicians offer the com- plete range of dental services available at any den- tal clinic anywhere in the United States. These pro- fessional services include an oral hygiene education program, stannous flouride applications, cleanings, x-rays, fillings, oral surgery, endodontic treatment, periodontal therapy, and all types of crowns, bridges, and dentures. The dental spaces are equipped with a small but complete dental lab- oratory that is capable of casting gold, semipre- cious and chrome cobalt alloys for various types of partial dentures and porcelain fused to gold crowns. The dental x-ray facility includes both a standard and a panographic x-ray machine. Serv- ing the nearly 6000 men of ship's company and Air Wing EIGHT is a full time job, yet, dental personnel are active in a variety of collateral and volunteer functions that affect nearly every facet of the ship's activity. , .1112 .-MEI" . Hui, .- mx c fp-ggi. v:gfg2',. ,S?.J.F'- 'jf A J ,. rz.. l . xiii?-fri, I-fzwl vmbw - ' 6 ' 9 ' 'Wil' 522: -' fag ,L' !if5Q1f , H mln . ' . .. mg! H'fx4,:: ., rf-VA '. . 1, .,-1,4 wfvqff, , I. 1 ,ww 1415-5 , , , .2 4 :ga fn. -:,- 1 E3 - ikifq 1,'f.TTX' S31 P 1 'TTL '4ffS'i'Q 5 w 1' 95 ' . uf' " We H 3 14 A mf?-s xffff' mi Tw M31 .1 1 W 91?RT 4S'5 "Wk V If S . Q ' 2 , , ,. My +1 l f. Q 2, , wg- .ulh ,yu wmv X An X A ,Kg r X' '1 W xl . 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Main engines wind up and push NIMITZ at speeds required to make enough wind for the launch. Steam pro- pels a shuttle down the catapult track to launch an airplane. These are only a few of the services provided and sup- ported by the Engineering Department. Engineering De- partment's 500 man team consists of: Machinist's Mates and Boiler Technicians who distill fresh water, operate and maintain main engines and a plethora of auxiliary machinery that does everything from washing our clothes to refrigerating our foodg Hull Technicians who provide fire protection and serve as NIMITZ' plumbers and repairmeng Interior Communications Technicians who maintain vital 212 phone circuits and gyrocompasses by which to steers Electrician's Mates who supervise operation of electrical power generating equipment, control its distribution, and ensure proper operation of ventilation, lighting and numer- ous motors to operate equipment, Enginemen who maintain our boat engines so the crew can enjoy a visit ashore in a foreign port, and stand ready to operate emergency diesel generatorsg Machinery Fiepairmen who make repair parts for NIMITZ and her escortsg Yeomen who make sure the job is done only when the paperwork is completed. Engineering Department provides a broad range of ser- vices to help NlMlTZ fulfill her mission. From the depths of the ship where four powerful main engines propel NIMITZ at speed greater than 30 knots to the Flight Deck where IIQWS guide pilots in landings and take offs, over 500 men knovllfl as "SNlPES" make NIMITZ the living creature that she IS- aunan1vi-w,,w-fi--1' .4.." ff' ' ' LOG ROOM CDR L.A. Nick Chief Engineer i LCDR RB. Blanchard LCDR J.C. Dentler LCDR W.F. Nold LCDR W.L. Fiigot LT J.L. Cass LT S.L. Leser ' "fe f-"6-if-w:N:y7f-5-fvrvffzg MM2 RA. cans YN3 IA. Peacock YN3 BJ. Fiedmon YNSA MJ. Harris EMCM D.L. Kinnear EMC JF. Lowe 2 ' A-'- W... - . .v--'- - - ,-....- -. ...., ,. . . ,. , - .. . ' A A' ,, , np.-gf -" ' , "" "'Af-:-',...,.......-...........,........,....,..-.....,.,.,- , A-ENG 214 LT K. Cowen Division Officer ENS J.W. Wilkinson LT P.F. Gazda MHC F-l.L. Bell MM1 L,H. Alward MM1 J.A. Clearwater MM1 R.M. Henry MM1 D.G. Hughes MM1 F.J. Trombley MM2 S.D. Baer MR2 E.N. Baker EN2 C.H. Benn i MM2 A.C. Burkey MM2 BD. Callahan MM2 JB. Carpenter MM2 H.L. Carr MMC H.L. Heishman MMC J.L. Meeks MMC J.E. McFlaf1 MMC K. Schwille MM2 W.C. Curran MR2 T.E. Fineout MR2 T.Y. Gantzer MM2 O,L. Myers Il-:mwv lv. MH2 WD. Pearson MM2 RS. Pollard MM2 T, Prado , , M, , rf, ' l MM2 KP, Shonka MM2 T.J. Sobolewski MM2 H.E. Touchetie MM2 MR, Westling MM3 G.L. Baldwin MMS T.L. Ballard ENG-A MM3 S.J. Barlholf EN3 S.D. Bryan MM3 RJ. Butler MM3 L.G. Collet! MM3 VP Cook MM3 B,M. Eaton MM3 G.H. Ingersoll MM3 MR. Jalbert MM3 HD. James MM3 D. Jamison MM3 WR. Johansen MM3 TE Kelly .,, -, 1,.---I vigil-L,-r-Y -Y - if-f. mai-wr 2:-1 ,1 . x,,,V,.7. . MM3 C.S. Gibson MM3 D.W. 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Thomas E T T 220 " " 'H " ' "T T " H" " "" " """"""' " """ "N ' ---w ' " -H-r www-..-.f...N:.,.,..,,.,.,,..,-,,,M - i HABITABILITY ovvoz Mn. Beard i Fife MHVSFWGI Hrz JH. Hendrix EM2 JE. Leiaene HT2 R. Leski MM3 C.H. Lewis EM3 J. Nichols MM3 J. Raper EM3 B.K. Riddick Hrs TM. Townsend EMFN H. Agustin EMFN s.D. Gentry HTFN w.J. Pueern HTFN EJ. Ramppen TTT ,. . ,,,,,. .,,.:,.,-,,,.s,f.,., ..., -., ..,,,x I ,o , 5 , ,- f-1 x Q HTFN RM. Reynolds HTFN R. Thompson SN T. Johnson FN W.R, Scurlock FN L.R. Watson FN W. Wright FA T, Curtis FA H,R. Dever FA RM, Green FA W.M. Weamer .f-az. E1 -ENG 222 LTJG GR. Blazin Division Officer EM1 TD. Herman EM1 B.E. Storey EM1 GD. Strharsky lC2 J.G. Barth EM2 C.M. Bell EM2 G.J. Bennet lC2 M.E. Brunton EM2 FLW. Burnham EM2 M.J. Calandrillo EM2 D.M, Desrochers EN2 RW. Eisenbeil EM2 J.A. Ewari EM2 R.I. Gillow EM2 G.W. Hepler EM2 RC. 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Dorton EMFN T.W. Elseroad ICFN M.T. Feeney :CPN E.N. Goins EMFN E.Fl. Grossman EMFN Pm. Hall EMFN FLD. Han :CPN :3.s. Keysar :CPN MH. Lssmsf W EMFN A,C, Psedm 'Tl' :CPN A, Perez EMFN J,A, spnngnam EMFN CC. Thomas EMFN DC. Whitesell FN A, Da::ab::aa FN w A Eiler FN DP: P:::: Y Y W' Y Y' 'W v Y "'."""""" ' :fri ""iizau'---1f:u-'PPP-fr--f-W-3, mn ,lk ,XJ FN V. Ibanez FN K,L, Jett FN N. Jones ENG-E2 FA RN. Meixner FN RA. Mueller FN D.A. Roberts FN L,C, Stockhausen FN O.L. Thomas FN H. Vilanova FN J.E. Weaver FN M,Fl. Williams ICFA RJ. Brown ICFA W.C. Burris EMFA P.W. Doughty EMFA K.L. Fontaine ICFA W.H. Rice EMFA D.C. Whitesell FA D.L, Brister FA BR. Dorman FA P Lechner FA B.T. Phillips FA RL, Wetheringion FA D.L. White ,,,,,Y..a-..--.v Jl"vv1!f-,,.ErTu:-- -1'ff-m ff ' ' - 227 ' """"' """f "f""1"'1'-'-v-s-:-n-ffn..v-w--q,1.,-..,.,7.-.-,,..,.-.,,.,..,.,..,.,.. .,....,.,,.,...,.,..,..,, . 1, ,V Y , , LT D.S. Love ENS J.W. Aligood Division Officer 5 ENS K.T. Dickerson 228 MM1 N. Gildelamadrid MM1 L.J. Wojtalik MMCM RS. Thomas 5 MM1 T.L. McDowell MM1 J.P. Newton MM1 R.A. Soukup MM1 S.A. Woodard MM2 J.F. Anderson MM2 RD. Baral MM2 W.l.. Baruth MM2 G.I. Braun MM2 J.V. Baty MM2 G.D. Berry MM2 M.A. Bradshaw MM2 GM. Carter MM2 RL. Challender MM2 RW. Crakef - -,-,L ,fi-Y ,-ff: -I - L , fg. , A Y .+Y F, 'rv-vi WY MM2 T,A, Gerych MM2 D.C, Hanczyk MM2 TR, Harris MM2 RJ, Henszey MM2 EE, Huntsinger MM2 DR. Johnson MM2 PL. Marin MM2 S.W. Marshall MM2 JM. Peet MM2 C,S. Peters MM2 S.J. Ramsey MM2 J,A, Schultejans MM2 FLW. Sutton MM2 DR Velasquez MM2 PR. Weaver MM2 S.J, Weaver ENG-M MM2 L,J. Holland MM2 S.J. Hopkins MM2 K.C. Huber MM2 G.E. Minshall MM2 P. Mulryne MM2 D.A. Otten MM2 D.L. Slisher YY MM2 J.L. Smith MM2 J.G. Starcevic MM2 B.A. Wood MM2 D.J. Woodard MM3 CR. Alexander 229 l r ! 1 MM3 C.F. Allen MM3 FLD. Amador MM3 EE- Dixon MM3 J.P. Dixon MM3 B.L. Donohoe MM3 D.C. Gooden MM3 MT. Jones MM3 L.A. Kleist MM3 D.E. Landvogt BT3 K.T. Loveless MM3 RL, McCoy MM3 RE, Moore MM3 G.J, Fiehak MM3 SR, Sminkey MM3 BE. Sosnowski MMFN FR Amos MMFN M.N, B VY 230 rinson MMFN J. Erickson MMFN J.G. Giles MM3 RB. Slone BTFN JH. HawIeY ENG-M MMFN T.J. Hollinden MMFN C.T. Hunt MMFN AB. Laing MMFN C,J. Maire MMFN J.E. Nolan MMFN J.W. Peters MMFN J.A. Quintern MMFN W.J. Reid MMFN KB. Fiigsby MMFN G.W, Turner MMFN RL. Wallace MMFN AB. Washington MMFN J.B, Wright BTFA D.K. Bitner MMFA K.M. Cason MMFA H.C. Gay MMFA MA. George BTFA Ft.L. Lyons BTFA DM, Milnickei BTFA G.J. Olejniczak MMFA HG. Webster MMFR J.W. Comstock MMFR J.W. Landry MMFFZ CR. Phillips A-in iq- , A. YWYI , -1' -. .-vw 231 , . ..- -- - - V if-Q.. ... ,Y - R-ENG LT RJ. Uglow ENS B.J. Dunn Division Officer HTC J. Dean HTC RS. Karper HT1 J,A, Adams HT1 D.W, Virts HT2 SM. Alston HT2 G, Andrucki HT2 J.C. Boneso HT2 T.C. Brady i HT2 W,A. Cale HT2 J.O. Carr HT3 D.J. Barker 4 I rl 1 ,r jj Q, I-ITCS W.J. Curtin 232 X ,lan HT2 SA. Grarnz HT2 A.W. Morris HT3 B. Davidson HT3 DJ. Houston HT3 D. Leonard HT3 JM. Randall MM2 D.H. Hanks HT2 JM. Harris HT2 MR. Hicks EM2 J.G. Higgins HT2 RW. Meldrum HT2 RW, Morley HT2 RJ. Nelson HT2 C. O'FieilIy HT2 W H. Fiuetten HT2 J. Zablan HT3 E.D. Burnell HT3 DB. Chadwick HT3 JP Dickson HT3 MS. Flanders HT3 M. Hurst HT3 C.S. Justason HT3 MW. Mudman HT3 R. Pulzone 'mfg 1 - R Sei HT3 J, Schwartz HT3 S.H. Somers A wh ,.,. V:,,, T. W. ? . 233 f----v1vQ-11----1-..---.-...-.,.-Q.,Y,- .,..-g, -AM .g , -, , -, WW, W , .L.f.:11u-v14,.1v ENG-R FN W.G, Thorson FN KE, White FA D.S. Buscemi FA FLD, Ellis HTFA FLT. Hall HTFA L.O, Harmon HTFA R. Malle HTFA D,L. Seymour HTFA C,J, Steinmetz HTFA PM. Stephan HTFA BP, Stutler HTFA T.D. Willingham HTFA J.J. Woodworth HTFA ED, Wright FA D.J. Bidinger FA M.W. Cordevant FA T.A. Dorsey HTFA D.L. Platt FA M. Grecksch HTFR A.K. Killingsworth FR FLD, Barron FR BC, Deaver FFl MS. Saathoff 23 V -Ayr-fllilw-:A - , llf-n f:Qv:49'!!'!'!'-ni.. .4 rig: --"F, MEDICAL ig. 52? CAPT P.C. Bigler Senior Medical Officer CAPT J.K. Legan CDR O. Fieese Surgeon 2 CWO4 J.W. Leroy COW2 T. Soldo 36 LCDR Fi. Armstrong LCDR J.A. Kramer i LCDF! R. Yacovissi Surgeon Division Officer Division Officer HMCS F. Weston HMC E.J. Deats HMC J.I. Lugar --'H - -is - J 4-71--Z: ,. -A A A-MLLLA, .1-.. ..-,1-,..- " ll MEDICAL HM1 J.T. Black HM1 L. Mace HM1 FLM, Mathe HM1 J.L. Waller HM1 W.S. Young HM2 CD. Bernstein HM2 J.E. Delutis HM2 G.E, Everingham HM2 FLA. Glasgow WS The Medical Department is composed of four Medical Officers, one Nurse Anesthetist, one Medical Service Corps Officer, one Physicians Assistant, and 37 Hospital Corps- men. To care for the medical needs of all embarked person- nel, NIMITZ has the most modern and complete sick bay facility of any warship. It includes a modern operating room, an intensive care unit, laboratories, x-ray room, pharmacy, treatment rooms, and a 67 bed hospital. Augmenting the central facility are five widely dispersed Battle Dressing Stations. The personnel of the Medical Department are a highly trained cadre of professionals, dedicated to providing the highest quality of health care. ln case of large-scale wartime battle injuries, every man on board NIMITZ also becomes an extension of the Medical Department through the use of First Aid skills developed during an intensive training pro- gram administered by the Medical Department. Medical also plays a large role in health maintenance through aggressive preventive medicine and a shipwide sanitation program. Annual physicals, immunizations, and sanitary inspections of heads, mess deck areas, and berth- ing compartments are conducted by the Medical Depart- ment to ensure the continued health of the crevv. MEDICAL HM2 G, Irizarry HM2 E.W. Kudlacek HM2 W.W. McCoy l L HM2 E Severin HM2 J. Yount HM3 J.Fi. Barton HM3 RR. Brents HM3 R.L. Butler HM3 J. Fitzhugh 238 " MEDICAL HM3 W.I. Illes HM3 L.D. Jackson HM3 W.T. Moore HM3 D,W. Persinger HM3 G.W. Prevelegianos HM3 N. Velez HM3 D.C. 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With deft use of the tradi- tional tools of the trade and skillful application of modern navigational systems, NIMITZ' Quartermasters ensure her safe passage as she transverses the global seas. The artlof celestial navigation combined with computerized satellite navigation systems supply the information needed for the required navigational fix every thirty minutes. During under- way replenishment evolutions selected Quartermasters take the ship's wheel as Master Helmsmen adeptly steering the ordered course. During sea and anchor details while the rest of the Navigation Department is piloting and tunneling necessary information to the Officer of the Deck, these Master Helmsmen again take the wheel. Whether open ocean steaming or slipping up a DQFYOW channel today's navigation is the bridge between skills of the past and the technology of the future. :21 1BX ' " OM1 P Distaso QM2 A.W. Akerson QM2 WR. Anastas QM2 D,Fl. Campbell QM2 ER. Crochetiere QM2 PJ. Daily QM2 MT, Szleszinski QM3 K. Riese QMSN RL. Garvin OMSN J,A. Geer OMSN S A Lykens OMSN J J Manion QMSN M W Miller OMSN RC, Mitchell QMSN J.Fl. Roquemore QMSA J.V. Mulligan QMSA GE. Pittman 24 +'?'HF2N'-QQWA-gmnw-vw-x v'xmq.Qpq QmR-x ... .- V lt you want to fly you have to plan for itg call "Strike OPS". T Totake otf or land on this small airfield you'll need expert help and radar Controlg call "CATCC". While you'rey airborne you'll want to talk to someone and get advice on where torgo to complete yourmissiong jcall "ClC". Q A Our "lvietro" and "intel Center" experts provide you with fel Weather brief and the latest intelligence update. A Of course yOu'il want photos of all the important events ot the Cruise for many reasons tlike the cruise bookigiour "Photo Lab" did it. T T A The Cryptologic, lntelCenter, ASW and EW experts pro- vide updates on changes in the world situation. i The expert technicians in the Electronics Division keep the millions ot dollars Worth of communications, antisub- marine warfare, radar and data systems equipment "on the line" for you, and provide you with television andiradio Services so you can relax. T T Everyone knows none of this can be done without re- ports: OPS Admin Keepson coordinating and filingi i We are 'OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT". With almost 400 ITIGD in eight divisions we keepxover 100 equipment rooms up and operating so you can make it happen. With Our diversity Of jobs, internal missions and goals we pull together to prove "Teamwork" is indeed a "Tradition'd'. 248 y , ? , 0 X '7 ,J gt rl? 15' vs rt- Y, ,,', 21 aff '31 , , 0 ,v . l ef-fn .v E 1 T E 5 1 I' V s ' Q . I- oPs Anlvlm ,V ko . - CDR PJ- ROOHBY ENS T.A. Cusmina Evvcs JH. Stewart 250 TRIKE OPS YN1 RF Wilkerson YN3 KM. Sines SN D.L. Cooper YNSA JR Heater CDR G.T. Coker YNSN G.L. Gleeson YNSN P.L. Strickland YNSA D.F. Coates l l ' l' 1 i i i i i 1 L J WEATHER-OA AG1 J. Berger AG1 L,K. Bianan il CDR RJ. Coleman ' AGC W.V. Gray AGC J.L. Kennedy AG2 MA. Zimmerman AG3 JD. Briggs AG3 CX, Cowtsas AG3 FLA. Horton AG3 AD. Hurd AG3 SM. Johnson AG3 MC. Knapp AG3 DJ Richardson AG3 S,K. Siock AGAN MFI. Antoine ,ff 251 - . , . - ..-. ....-.,.--.-f-- ---r , ,,4v.:,,,!,. ,,,, ,M ,M NK ,,f1s2-UZ? 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Lilly AIR OPS LT l..W. Bradbury LTJG W.E. Houston ENS HK. Regular ACC RC. Foster ACC W M Lea AC1 D.A, Adams AC1 G.C. Peacock AC2 R.S. Barrett AC2 RJ. Davis AC1 CR Agnew AC1 J.F, Ewing AC1 J.L. Sell AC1 T.M. Stephens AC2 J.W. Campbell AC2 A.K. Chandler AC2 JM, Divine AC2 D.S. Hernley , H, , .-..,wW- - -sm -- - 7, . -H-F- V- ,,., ry- -,.- ...A OC 254 l l l AC2 KM. Herron AC2 FA LOY AC2 H,C. Stalnaker AC2 W.G. Willis AC3 D.A. Byrd l AC3 RA. Lawson AG3 GM, Lloyd AC3 J.A. O'Brien l l l AC3 T.E. Polansky AC3 CP Stant ACAN E. Bartolomey ACAN FLA. Beeson ACAN J.W. Conwell ACAN Fl.J. Fisher ACAN FLK. Marshal ACAA J.C. Meadows AA C.A. Gibson AA D.M. Stowe AA D.J. Sweeney AA WB. Tessore "" " LT G.W. Morton LTJG JR. Albright LTJG P.J. Tierney ENS M.E. Mead ETC P.E, Faherty ET1 G.O. Branzell ET1 JD, Castle IC1 JP Ellmer DS1 FLA. Evans AX1 G.M. Gallus ET1 C.J. Jenkins DS1 D,C. Rosenow ET1 J,C, Strub ET1 T.L. Tindall "Pf""" ET2 D.J. Baird DS2 R. Barrios ET2 M.A, Bergeron FTM2 M.W. Brockman FTM2 MS. Carter ET2 K,J. Castle ETC C.M. Fairbanks DSC D.S. Hobbs DSC GLS. Melander ELECTRONICS OE 255 ,H , ,-. ti i 'iii EL'-'M' Z1!lU!l4I0S '38 Z13 i005 'M' ggg S!U0W '1'W ZOI 19II!W 'l"'3 Z13 A9'5PU'1 d H Z13 .,....,-, ,.... ., ,.,., , .1 ,... ..,.. ....,.................-.. 0.1-1. ..,-...,....., UOSULIOP 'VW ZSO PU9JQ9PI!H 'V'1 ZSCJ ULIBH 9 W Z13 SVNBCI 'OT' B13 S!9!U9C1 'VG Z13 1 4 i 5 4 L . .. ,,.,...-.L,.,..,.....,,- ...,,-.........1 1 1 1 fn M T131 ...- gn. ET2 JR. Wyatt D.C. Yosick DS3 B.S. Armstrong IC3 G.L. Atkins 0 ICS S.A. Bargar 'FW' All . f . ,, 1. t 7' 'f ffllifi ET3 F.G. Bell DS3 M.G, Catlett DS3 C.A. Chrysler DS3 M, Coilado DSS DP. Czap DS3 RJ. Danieis D83 C.K, Davis IC3 L.A, Degan DS3 J,E. Divver IC3 S.W. Edwards ET3 C.E. Esasky ET3 A.L. Faircloth 415. 'L DS3 A. Gerhart DS3 EK. Gruner ET3 KT, Hart IC3 Vb.H. Hernandez IC3 FLW. Holtz ET3 J.l.. Hughes ,,,,.,7,, I ,. , ,k.k K ,V,V 5 DS3 C.L. Jackson ET3 PJ. Kailash ET3 K.E. McCumber ET3 A.E. Merrill DSS FLA. Flenner IC3 M.A. Samuelson V ET3 H.M. Sparks AX3 R.L. Stiles ET3 M.W. Wallace DS3 L.A. Westmoreland DS3 W.C. Wilkes ETSN A.C.E. Alers 8 DSSN A.C. Pierre ETSN J.A. Wagner SN D. McClain FN Fl. Perkins r'f"'7"'?'1"'f7f7'7Y"'77"""""""""7"I'f 5 mg, , ET3 K.L. Peake ET3 JD. Tyner M,J. Fournier ,. . .,sa ,....,.,..fs--W-' ETSA M.E. Perkins CDR B. Doyle LCDR M. Goode!! LCDR R. Deemer LCDR R. McFetrvdge LCDR T. Porter LCCDR R. Sterner LT R. Falkenstein LT A. Gary LT R. Rantanen LT F. Van Leeuwen ENS A. Gustavson OSC M. Lemke AWC T. Read OSC D. Rockwell OSC D. Smith -N-1-1--.-....... . ,. , ,N - f , - .iv-yfvnq-7-,.0,-,N-iiqeqmg-..,,.....,S , , OI-OPS 260 I W4 i i i EW1 J. erennaman DPt R. Poole O31 L' Lambeth f 1 4' . X OS2 C. Axton DP2 H. Cowles OS2 J. Haney ' i AW2 Fi, Lockhart OS2 S. Lutz OS2 M. Martinez . , f OS2 C. Robinson DP2 D. Fiouse AW2 W.A. Shepherd OS3 T. Archuleta EW3 D.D. Barnard O33 T, Bruner AW1 Fi. Larue OS1 W. Robbins OS1 S. Weaver EW2 D. Hubach EW2 M. Hughes EW2 J. Little OS2 LH. Mathis osz M. Morrison EW2 T. Perkins AW2 DW. Siskon EW2 A. West EW2 J. WilIiamS oss T. Coffey oss v. Flutter OS3 A- Gam OSS Fl. Hitchens OS3 T. Kellogg OS3 G. Kennedy EW3 H, Miller OS3 B. Morse OS3 W. Murrell OS3 T. Olson OS3 D. Parshall EW3 D. Sloan OS3 M. Wakefield OS3 F. Waterstratt AW3 Whitlow EW3 R. Zuluaga AWAN J. Dum OSSN C. l-laughton AWAN K. Losee EWSN M. Padgett ,WN AWAN G. Pendarvis OSSN G,L. Stargell OSSN J. Timoteo OSSN C. Viverette EWSN D. Schwartz Y .. . . ...,,,.,r, . . , ,. .,..,,., WM, .. .. A--A-A - . -:Vw OSSA P Hlckman AN G A Muller OSSA J Arnett OSSA M Arnold OSSA W Brier -' , ' L' "' QM4Wl'7"W"W"'1Yf'w"'1n-0ff+v'v-vH9v99?-+eo4N-,--gm+.Qw-..- . OI OSSA J. Brownlow OSSA T. Fannon OSSA D. Fields OSSA A. Gatewood I K ,,,,, . . ,,,,, W . . It X3 fy OSSA M. Henry OSSA T. Landon OSSA M. Manning OSSA T. McDonald OSSA J. McKinley OSSA K. Moore OSSA D. Flivera OSSA GD. Rosenberry OSSA JR. Verdon OSSA D. Wallace K SA M.Fl. Hickey SA K. Jarrett AA B. Joseph H SA M.D. Ledbetter SA W.E. Norford - X 2 AA K. Zittel OSSH K. Earl OSSR P, Gunther OSSFI D. Ritchie OSSR A. Floberis WW., e,... .,...-,,..,.3 'l .i 5. .-.e.v.. .... . . . . .., OSSA P. Hawkins OSSA D. Miller SA A.D. Ballard i SA A. Tauterouff 1 1 2 1 l OSSR J. Young 1- .2Q3I'5.v .Ax f."'iEX'2ff"l ' f CWO2 JP, Kiser PHC T.G. Gilliam PHOT0 LAB DP PH1 D,A. Clarke PH1 C.E. Cole PH1 BM. Gray -L1 - ,,X- 4- ,-.'- k , f,b1 1 ,ff,M.,u ' - 1. Ja ri g i in PH2 RH. Drinkwater PH2 TE. Lindel PH2 T.E. Lindgren PH2 GG. Flange PH2 M. Wasnak PH3 D.L. Boozer rx V lb PH3 FLG. Constantine PH3 J.C. Cruz PH3 LC, Dunlgan PH3 G.U,S, Farmer PH3 S.N. Gallagher PH3 S.F. Kreulzer 263 'a l if ..,. ff 4' M 'ff' fir' Q11 1 ly. V lffvgf, O P" 0 PH3 R.A, Lebrun b PH3 D.M. Mettauer PH3 G.W, Newsham PH3 J.S. Plummer PH3 J.A. Robertson PH3 PA. Robinson Pl-l3 KE. Scarborough L 264 l PH3 D.W, Smith PH3 RF Sullivan PH3 RR, Walker PHAN GP Bonaccorso PHAN R.R, Bond PHAN M.L. Clark PHAN RD. Clough l ll 1 PHAN MJ, Cofrancesco PHAN M. Gutterrez PHAN SL. Russ OP PHAN D.G. Coilins PHAN BP. Davis PHAN JP Morris PHAN C,L. Mussi PHAN G. Sparrow PHAN PK, Thabit PHAN GD, Vigeant PHAA T.C. Clements AA C. Lyons il r"" L-., W I-777 7 W. . ----H-- 265 ..n.. vim. Am I ,, f -2? - L fl, INTELLIGENCE ' fm, . 1 J f CDF! Y.L. Wang LCDF? J.F. Knecht LT MJ. Wahl LTJG M.E. Stille DP1 JH. Byl IST DE. Darby DP1 LC. Gilley , 7 wiht OZ H' DM1 A L Latham IS1 Fl E Flaahauge IS2 VC Wlldlng ,",.q,f f. if-la .SGT K.E. Ballwe IS2 D,A. Christian OS2 EE. Hickson Vai. ,au 267 z 44, 02 IS2 TD. Sol rss No. Bradley DPS RB. Fenovicn IS3 W.S. Garrett DPS TE. Martz ., ,,,.fW,7Wv- . 'V-""r'1"""'of""r""r"'-1fvf'v . ,,.,, Q , I ,? IS3 B.C, Merril IS3 B W Thomas DMSN L A Crooke ISSN RFI. Mixon ISSN RR. Pearce ISSN CM, Robertson ISSN S.FI. Wilhelm DPSN MJ. Utter 26 DPSN FI.K. Ward AN J.E, Ferrel SN FLC. Gibbons ISSA JJ. La Fond ISSA DR, Little ISSA A.L. Parker 8 ISSA S.W. Forrest DPSA ME, Hinkernberger I I I I I I , I I I I I II I I I I I II I In I I CDR J.S. Craighill Department Head Twenty-four hours a day, in port or underway, the Reactor Department "makes it all happen". With quiet precision, nuclear trained men operate and maintain the world's larg- est, most sophisticated shipboard nuclear propulsion plant. The Reactor Department is made up of some of the most intelligent, reliable, highly trained men in the Navy. Reactor Training Division is the first stop for a nuclear trained opera- tor reporting on board NIMITZ, where he completes his Basic Nuclear Engineering Qualification. Reactor Controls Division is manned by Electronics Technicians who ensure the sensors and control functions for the safe operation of the Nuclear Power Plants function dependably and accurately. Reactor Electrical Division is manned by Electrician's Mates who ensure that the power generating equipment on board is always in excellent condition. Reactor Laboratory Division is manned by Engineering Laboratory Technicians who perform the vital function of ensuring that all chemistry associated with the power plants is kept "in spec". Reactor Mechanical Division is manned by the Machin- ist's Mates who maintain the mechanical and fluid systems associated with the Reactor plants. The mission - to ensure NIMITZ meets her operational commitments. The record - flawless. As a result of the corrective and preventive maintenance carefully performed by the men of Reactor Department, NIMITZ has yet to miss a commitment and is always capable of steaming at Flank Speed. All this is made possible by reactors which provide energy for propulsion, electricity and .catapuIts. 269 ...ca .....--..........--..-.......- 1 flffif-wffw. " -.-.....-- - ' 'f"'f2f-V' , . l l LCDR K P Bersticker LT M.T. Frans LTJG PS. Parsons ENS L.C. Stenzel ETCS S.J. Williams l Division Officer Division Officer M il , ' RC 270 l l ET1 A.Fl. Fluegge ET1 M.A. Gindt ET1 M.L. Kelly ET1 GA. Ludwig ET1 S.L. Myron ET1 P Paulson ET1 BM, Richards ET1 W,J, Ward ET2 H.c. Allen ET2 D.c. Baker ET2 D.E. ET2 V.J. Bono ET2 J.G, Brath ET2 S.J. Do Bean ET2 J.J. Bisbing minowski ET2 W.D. Edwards ,M saw' -1 ET2 JH. EII ET2 D.C. Henry ET2 K.I. Janowicz ET2 C.S, Martin ET2 M.W. McCarthy ET2 RL. McPherson ET2 G.L, Schwartz ET2 M.C, Erdman ET2 D,T, Gudger ET2 SR. Stahr ET2 SR. Stone ET2 RJ. Truver -Xu, ET3 CR. Ard ET3 D. Coussens ET3 R.J. Fiorino ET3 J.L, Friend QW-AJ! ET3 RP. Hildreth ET3 B.A. Larson ET3 SR. Long ET3 GH. Shackett -' . W v,-.,..l.........f.y -1... .-a.,..g-hz,-.v.,.-.....f..-.,-.......- -Q, .VN .-.-. -.- , ,,,, MMM -A.- .5-1--...,,..,...........-.Q....,.......1...-.....,,.,..-r-7-,......--.. ,-aa.,..,.....,..,.-.,f--wefw-w-wg-f-qfp---..-.-+-s-y.-w- --A' - ,X 1 f BB EMC fSSl D.M. Sutherland EM1 J R Da .es EM1 G M I-Uthman ICQ L C Alway EM2 J.G. Arsenault EM2 BU. Bradbury EM2 D.A. Brown EM2 B.H. Christmas . . vr - - ' - EM2 EA. Clark EM2 J.A. Dean EM2 E.l. Dodge EM2 S.B. Driskell EM2 J.A. Himes EM2 M.A. Irwin EM2 CM- Kines EM2 G.E. Kingsley EM2 J.W. Lavon ' EM2 V.l.. Marshall EM2 RR Scott EM2 P.K. Tygart EM2 J.V. Wicks EM2 C.D. WilS0f1 EM3 T.J. Blackburn EM3 A.L. Griffin EM3 G.A. Oishi EM3 FLC. Samuelson EMS J.L. Snedeker N .4-.1-,v.n1"'-1""'l'r-f-.. , W 272 cl, ' M. ...., , mmsxm LT RA. Butt LTJG RE. Spaulding Division Officer MM1 ML. Marler MM1 BE. Murrell MM2 RS. Boutelle MM2 FLA. Kellner MM2 B.A. MacKenzie MM2 SB, McGuire MMC FLC. Stacey MM2 T.N, Casey MM2 B.O, Davis MM2 K.S. Doran MM2 RT. Harris MM2 J.E. Walker MM3 HD, Broom MM3 RR. Fay MM3 WE. McGarr 1 f ll W ig 2 F , - . Y e - , -M - -..,-.....- ...-..n-..-.,.........-. -,.....-.,,....,....-...,....-..... -I 1 I F ,- , V.x-. ..i AA ,, ,-, , A, , .,, nv-,..Q..u.-nam 1 -.-.....-..-.... ... Jr 1- .-...-.-v-.4--..... .,....,.. ..,.,,,...,,.....,....,... 274 MM1 J.W. Bradley MM1 V.J. Delhery MM2 C.L. Beall MM2 M.A. Bigelow MM2 K.L. Gary MM2 Fi.K. Goodin MM2 RD. Hoffman MM2 RN. Hogan i MM2 JM, Martens MM2 D.L. Mauck LT P.F. Mathews ENS J.A. Leonaitis MMCS Division Officer MM1 S.P. Fortin MM1 J.E. Haynes MM1 D.A. Hill MM1 C.D. McConnell MM2 JM. Cobb MM2 D.A. Dandrea MM2 DM. Dickens MM2 J.J. Ely MM2 M.E Hanfelt MM2 R.E. Hayden MM2 GP. Healey MM2 E.J. Hlavacek MM2 S.Fl. Hunrvitz MM2 J.K. Kling MM2 T.B. Lain MM2 J.A. Manning E.F. Willingham MM2 B.M. Atkinson MM2 W.H. Errickson MM2 D.Fl. Hobson MM2 J.B. Marcy MM2 D.K. Miller v bw.. x ,AW ' wf fm, n ,- , ' 1' "" nf' . ,Q ,JE V' 'Ep ' -f V "WZ ' -42 M5322 g, - ,,,,. 219,-www, 1 , .ga , I Q' 'I , , e , I , . M. 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Martin MM3 P.T, Cook EM3 JE. Custer EM3 TM. Jones ET3 W.C. Lazenby ET3 D.A. Maley EM3 G.A. Michell RT ,,,,, ,,, Www! L L ,xxx fgljfjxgg 1 5-' 2,1 I fr 11 l 1 f P Lifffw ' . 5 fggigffl, i vast". F "'+f.'..J f f Yjmg, Qfiif. E ,fl-321' , . 1 -1. ,-f 'fnlf , l ' , ', , w n., ,. .L . . , .A,A,...2. .,.4,- ,.,.,, ., ,,,. ML .,,W, QM .. V .AW.. ,, A,.. A ' 1,5-X ' ' Q'x?,,g:'h ' ' ' .- an wg . . , , . i fE3g':?,ad , k . 5. -..,g', pl- ' - r - ' ' '31 ' ' ' 2 . , ' ! ' ' 'A L' ' V " , ' A reS f3 .', W 1 9 I ,Y:y,z', 4 A . b P r A ' 1 f f ieslwi-iw. , Y ' -313,1 ci vt, , ., LA.4L:',11.-- ., .,., .. , ,.QVl, f, .. . ,..1 K , ,. 1 W . , 1 1 VL' , , g1,g.L1.. .- , , A, v' - , vang, ?g'Lm!',, ,fy R ln? ,f N' ,7 'ffl' s X my f .rf w .X , f 1 278 5 n J I, 3 T f -:si Nearly everything done in the Supply Department, the largest department on board NIMITZ, affects either the fighting capability of the ship and the embarked aircraft, or the morale and well-being of the NIMITZ crew. The Storekeepers in S-1 and S-6 Divisions provide critical repair parts for the ship and embarked aircraft as well as common consumables needed for everyday housekeep- ing. The Mess Specialists and Food Service Attendants in S- 2, S-5 and S-8 Divisions play a particularly important role on the ship because they are responsible for feeding top qual- ity meals to over 5000 officers and men in five clean, pleas- ant dining facilities. The Ships Servicemen in S-3 Division run the laundry dry cleaning plant, two barber shops, and six retail stores aboard the ship. The Disbursing Clerks in S-4 Division pay the crew, cash checks and provide individual financial planning as re- quired. The Data Processing Technicians in S-7 Division maintain and operate the computer used to ensure that the ship and air wing does not run out of critical materials and repair parts. 279 .., --f.-......-,- .,-,,.,....--..,...,...-... .,...,.. ,f I P V ,N-+-1-avfQff1v----+-+-w-Qe-v-v-qnsv-w..w.-.-.....x-.,...--,. . i i i LCDR BR. Bennett LT DB. Newberry LTJG AE. Brogdon CDR AP. Tully ENS V.M. Nash SKC E.l.. Bryant SKC RA. Schneider SK1 D. Carpio AK1 E Escanillas SK1 R Ferrer AK1 C. Hillman SK1 N. Valasco SK2 W. Moody SK2 O. Sacramento SH3 V, Bueno SK3 E, Caladiao SK3 T. Clark AK3 E. Dunne SK3 R. Finney SK3 S. Johnson AK3 D, Mazur SK2 J. Bone SK2 A. Domingo SK3 J. Davis SK3 FLG. Dull SK3 R. Monday SK3 P Spivack SK3 L. Surgers SK3 D Terhune SK3 D Tucker SKSN G Cooper SKSN R Flannery SKSN G. Higgins SN J. Devers SN W. Hayes AN J Jones SN E Kelly AA T. Baird AA J Burns SA Fl Clarlk ,J-l X I -2 LTJG Fl.M. Barreclo MSCM P.L. Hunter 8 MSC W. Anderson MSC D.W. Lacey MSC RR. Tala MS1 C.T. Banks MS1 C.A. De Jesus MS1 J. Delmundo MS1 D. Gumpal MS1 J. Kirvin MS1 JP Molitas MS1 E. Trimor MS2 Fl.S. Brower MS2 V. Bruno MS2 D.E. Burroughs MS2 A. Campbell MS2 T.J. Frierson MS2 J.J. Lopez MS2 LL- Widflef MS3 J.Fl. Day MS3 W. Douglas MS3 TR Kuhm MS3 J.A. Langwell MS3 W.M. Mackinnon MS3 T.L. Moore MS3 G.G. Nixon 1 M53 D. Payne MS3 A,W. Fiice CPL RR. Fiosardo ,. , . .,....,.,, . . ....,,.,,,,,,. Vkykf Q X MSS T. Shipman MS3 J. Stickler MS3 GN. Weiss MS3 F Wilson MSSN M. Carpenter MSSN R. Cook MSSN D.L. Emery MSSN TR. Gacnupin MSSN R, Gardner MSSN MA. Hirtle MSSN J.Fi, Jackson MSSN D. Lewis I I i i i MSSN RF. Mauldin MSSN WM. McLeaver MSSN DM, Milier MSSN MJ. O'ConneII MSSN N. Pantilione MSSN S. Patterson MSSN S. Pauldo MSSN L, Paulk MSSN C. Schrawder MSSN RM. Simon MSSN A. Smith MSSN T.E, Taylor MSSN C, Troicke MSSN C. Williams MSSA J.C. Burdyck i K 1 ,Y , I, r . - . 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Alexander SH2 A. Bryer SH2 D, Wilbanks SH3 G. Chenaull SH3 C. Tottman SH3 E Kinder SH3 M, Keykendall SH3 K. Lewis SH3 D. Vidoni SH3 Fl. Whitaker SHSN M. Fischetli Sl-ISN J, Hines SHSN M. Rivera SHSN D. ThOmP50n SN A. Ellanding SN F, Eatmon SN J. Ellis SN J. Gister SN Fl. Johnson SN K. Lerma SN R. Taylor SN D. Wilcox 2 ' S-3 I Sl-ISA S. Bettis SHSA R. Donithan SHSA R GirHrd l Sl-lSA L. Harrell SHSA J. Jocobs SHSA M. June 1 TAS.. A. -... , ,, ,,,. .,... , , . Sl-lSA T. Kurtz SHSA S. Lewis SHSA M. Mullen SHSA J. Shortrldge SHSA F. Tello SA G. GFBDOWSN l l l i l AA K. Look SA R. Sandifer AA W. Swartz SA R. Widner SHSR K. Atwell SHSR B. Hall SHSR J. Nix l l 1 SHSR J. Williams SR R. Chase AR M. Dillon AR W. Eaiddy AR R. Fellner SR D. McCormick SR R. Pavey l 286 V!- , , , Q ff? ji! 1,5 14:75, All Mew 1 rw'+6,,fzQ?: f,,,,7,1f MJ ,f f '.,:,w-,mc 1. -fm, -M, ff K f ,f ,495 LQ pf N I -mvw -g-5--f.,f.,.,-...-...-...1.......1.--L..q-7,,... L24 -W if ff ' had mum: ',..,n,1,f 7 , G , , ' f' ' 'v . 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Schreiber DP2 D. Talbot DP3 J. Cnozas DP3 C. Dyche DP3 J. Irvin DP3 A. Kane DP3 S. McDonald DP3 D. Mendlowitz DP3 J. Perry DP3 H. Selrnan ,.E i J DP3 S. Van Der Wal DP3 D. Via DPSN J. Boatwright DPSN M. Hayes DPSN E. Knaus DPSN R. Rockwell SN N.N. Poster SN P. Johnson SN I. Murray DPSA K. Allen H DPSA J. Bollinger DPSA R. Hopp DPSA P, Jones DPSA Fl. Lacy DPSA J. Smith 1 4 f"1ffl l LT T. WUWQO BT1 J. McCarroIl MS2 J. Grmovics 29 -5-wg--.7--.-1-z---1-4 Y 1 ,... Q. .--.-...- af -q-i...,. -, 2.m,"6nhv ' Cli:2:Ef2.Zibz,:-. ',...A W- 1 A'7-1-fu, r.,.n.- Auqgi J oi if MM if ff, ' fy, ,,'z. , Xe , 1 , f , , 5 'v' 2 '2 Wi eg 'ff' I 245 7 ,, , Y , n-' , , ff W? 1T,,...1q 4 f In MM., Www- x fffi 1 2 fi" ,J ,I k ii. Q, ,Vu +,,fv,, v 'Iv :EMQM f ' 5-ff' Wm: W ,yaif ' 124' +.z My 4. ,, 7 MW, 5 L TF ve, ww, ,, .Y ,ff ,, ,n A 4, ., 1 491, fl V' 7 0 QU' ,if 'tai' f, gf'm,.,f 5 '43, , 'QQ X 3 5 I 3 W ',, 'v 'X 'J 5 ' fl I . 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Additionally, an EOD team is attached to the department for assistance during weapons malfunc- tions. G-1 DIVISION, primarily composed of Aviation Ordnance- men, is responsible for the safe and expeditious movement of allordnance aboard NIMITZ, maintenance and upkeep of all electric forklifts and associated handling gear, and for providing 'safety observers to monitor weapons move- ments and aircraft loading operations. G-2 DIVISION, Composed of Aviation Ordnancemen, Gunner's Mates and Torpedomen, is responsible for the stowage of all conventional ordnance. The entire division stands ready to deliver assembled ordnance to awaiting aircraft or BPDMS missile launchers. Two additional work centers assigned to G-2 maintain all the magazine sprinkler systems, damage fittings and repair party gear within G-1, G-2 and G-3 spaces. g G-3 DIVISION shoulders the primary responsibility of the operation of the ship's armory and the maintenance and repair of all the ship's weapons elevators. THE GMT's of "W" DIVISION handle the stowage, as- sembly, maintenance and movement of all special weapons aboard NIMITZ. I 'SAM DIVISION,-GMG's and FTM's are responsible for the upkeep and operation of the ship's Basic Point Defense Missile System. ' . EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL detachment is re- sponsible for the routine disposalfdemolition of explosives, both unserviceable and hazardous, and for conducting div- ingfswimmer operations in support of hull inspections or salvageq Whether working in a high tempo ordnance-oriented en- vironment or in the supportive role of providing elevator and forklift support to other departments, the Weapons Depart- ment enjoyed a successful and safe cruise. L, 1 p. , , , ' , . W A - W wEAPoN ADMIN CDR J.B. Souder Department Head CDR G.H. Wigfall LCDR RE. Amidon LT TR. McClellan AOCS J.M. Isaacs AOC J.L. Breedlove Depafiment Head YN3 J.L. Miller TMSN A.L. Batisia e r- ezzv--2-----f -Acne - ---- ,q.,.,- ,,,,- ,N B - YYY a?S,1zcffm7rTa:f' ' I W fnf if ENS L.A. Parry CW03 EC. Scott AOC L.W, Boock Division Officer A01 MR. Hamalainen A01 WH, Werff A02 D.l.. l-lutcnens A02 E. Patterson A02 J,A. Williams A03 W,H. Gagnon A03 M.J. Herczeg A03 W.E. Hilliard A03 E. Hines A03 J.N. Leach A03 P,W. Mullins A03 S.J. Sciscio A03 H.A. Sears A03 K.J. Swords A03 M.F. Waldschmidt 1 R rqk. Q I A 1 G-1 AOAN GB. Coleman AOAN W. Dixon AOAN GP, Glynn fl-3 U N 7 w N W A 4 I r I v F ! 6 AOAN AR. Maurer SN RH, French AN C.A. Widener AOAA L.B. Prewitt AOAA W.A, Wise AA M.B. Ball AA R. Rosado AA W.A. Stohlion SR D.C. Farland AR FLWA Smith 300 1 -.1 EE1Sig6ixrq1.C5rE:vger CWO2 CB, Smith AOC J. Jefferies AOC MJ, Samuelson ff TM1 KW, Barker AO1 RE, Clark AO1 PT, Ernest AO1 TM. Siigar SMG2 SJ. Baldoni AO2 ES, Davis AO2 FF. Hollister AO2 C, Hooker i AO2 R. Manes GMG2 D.J. Orndorff AO2 T, Range! AO2 D. Thames AO2 R. Thames A02 G.W. Walker A03 SE. Blakeslee SO3 L.D. Brown rf? GMG3 DR. Dale GMG3 FLM. Denell GMG3 J.A. Jamieson AO3 J.L. Parks 1-.-...-.....-.,.......-............-... - . , .......-,T-1-,.,.,....v.., .....,...,..-....,,..,..-......,.,....... ,, , , . 1, ,ff V 5,. r r AO3 KE. Shick GMG3 GR. Stockman GMG3 D,L. Wakefield GMG3 K.T. We-si 1 AN E.J, Allred AN RA. Beatty AN J.C. Bergeron AN Fi.J. Creekrnore r l AN FLA. Couste AN D.J. Dubay AN W.F. Duvall AN CP Ingram if 'i 1? QF I r AN T.W, Jackson AN M. Marrero AN P.C. Raines AN MA. Simoneau I m r 1 .1 ,A ri V- X4 ' 1 .1 f' ,v 4 . . 41.1 "' W v,f.,' TR, .9 U 'Lv L in -u F I Q., .W A My , A N. pr' ' x 1. . 1, me 4- - ..T-..,- . f. f . . .. V 302 -in '--Q g -- 'iA ,. l' rf fx. 'S-,. zfll qgl AN DR. St.Clalr AN ME. Stith SN W.K. Aycock SN M.E. Kinney SN JF Robinson SN JE. Wolfe AA MC, Chase AA M.T. Cunningham AA J.A. Drumgoole AA JM. Fagan AA MB, Flood AA P.J. Parry AA BR. Schell AA TP Scott . 1, ' I, , - n l AA Fl.Fl. Shannon SA V.A, Campney SA FLA. Hyman SA J.D. Smith SA RS. SwinQ9f G2 3 A ' ' ' ' - ' ' - '- Y ' f ' - M - -'-- - 3 S, r ,hh W -.......-.u-A.-.-..r+.........-..,.....-....-...,- "' A H Y . L ,Q V, .-.. -. -.. q,.,v ....,,.. ,.........,,......... H f1c4.ffQffQ! G-3 304 'tel f r LTJG L.E. Lynch Division Officer AO1 J,W. Russell GMG1 E, Pate GMG1 FLM. Winger GMG2 E.J. Hannon AO2 LR Luhiau AO2 J.D. Megaw i i i r i si AO2 M.A. Spivey GMG2 DP Delarre GMG2 T.H. Jack AO3 E.L. Skinner GMG3 AD. Baldwin GMG3 H.C. Bright GMG3 J.S. Snively AOAN S.J. Guertin AOAN K.E, Norman i i i 1 i i ...A .-.. .-..,x.YY,.... YW.. ..-.,,,f,,ix., , --f AFR MA. Magdalene MMFN L,S. Baker GMGSN D.J. Renthrope ,7 SN Z.Z. Resiak GMGSN D.M. Teslicko AA PA. Duncan GMGSN J.W. Stum SN SH. Patterson SA C.A. Perkins AFI M. Cruz . -Q .....,..-,,- nag ffqnfs mf, 1 U ,J 5 'V ,, , f if Wy-1.1:-,., +, ' Q f , I ' f' xy,-, " sy ,-4,. y ' A , Lf E., if 1 1 f . H5 , ,' , , , , . 7 ,-. 4' q.g ' ! r 'ggi ff:'z, 1 , . , Jw, ,": 'M ,, . 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Baker AO1 TB. Reed AO3 E.J. Merring AN R.L. Ripson AN L.T. Hoop J 308 'Y' EOD DETACHMENT CWO2 W.A. Brindle ENC Pc. Clark :cs oo. Fleck ossm MP. onenbacnef H.,-.xv-1 4 j ,54- i, SAM CWO2 OJ. Bovastro FTMC D.L. MacCIeary Division Officer 310 GMG1 JR. Witzke FTM2 M.L. Dodge GMG2 W.A. Hardin ,,.,.,.,,.,. GMG2 E. Haws FTM2 T.L. Schroeder FTM3 FLD. Amedee FTM3 W.T. Arnold FTM3 W,G, Locker GMG3 B.A. Greer FTM3 RR. Hammond FTMSN B.D. Clark FTMSN MD. Creeden Y' SAM FTMSN DP. Fanning GMGSN J,C. McGintey GMGSN RG. Pittman GMGSN V.J, Saucedo FTMSN RC. Schoonrnaker SN J.S. Coats SN RD. Gall SN A.W. Mennito SN C.l.. Myers FTMSA J.L. Silcox 311 ' ' ' ' ' - ' ' ' - - V- , -.--" 1 -:c..1f.4w...-af-lr-a-..b..,......,-.,--':.A,...r.i.,.... -.........-..........M-. ff? 2 ' I I .1111 galil 1- " f . f " 1:4 "ti yi :V '- A1 ,ff Of Q '94, ,,. its xt ,, 38 xg f 2 W ff,N , A .SQQ1Q!2f , - '15 Q J caQf?u'd,msx 'X I. W Q "" , . '9 QQXXX SEA Gm ,zz ,... ,I , 'illllllllg f ff hf . 1 r , 'mon' 0,54 - ffmou 5 17 x 4 f... Q K A L -5 IXBLACK ACES A U33 X4 ffl., QZ7 .... ..,. ..,. .-,..,.,,...-,.,fn..pr Y' ' ' l i' , ' - , . - , . , . Y Y A A V LYAAV I LAY--AA,AALA.f.1 ,M-, - , ,,, , A mlm L , ,Ji ,fi ,N --,, , ,,,.,.-..gi,-.....-----.W-nf. COMMANDER FREDERICK L. Lewis u.s. NAVY COMMANDER CARRIER AIR WING EIGHT Commander Frederick L. Lewis was born in Los Ange- qu les, California on December 15, 1940. After graduating from l the United States Naval Academy with the class of 1962, he - 1 entered Flight Training at Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Flor- ida and was designated a Naval Aviator at Naval Air Station, Kingsville, Texas in November 1963. A one year tour as a Flight Instructor with Training Squad- ron TWO followed, after which he was ordered to Fighter ,- Squadron ONE TWO ONE as a Fleet Replacement Pilot. ' After completion of F-4 Pilot Training, Commander Lewis reported to Fighter Squadron SEVENTY-FOUR where he participated in the 1965-1966 Mediterranean deployment and 1967 Tonkin Gulf deployment in USS FORRESTAL CCVA 591. This deployment was abruptly terminated by a disastrous flight deck fire and Commander Lewis received - orders to Fighter Squadron THIRTY-THREE where he made a 1968 Western Pacific deployment in USS AMERICA CCVA 665. He was then selected for Naval Test Pilot School, - Patuxent River, Maryland from which he graduated in 1969. 5 . After serving two years as a Project Pilot with the Senfice 'ff' Test Division, Naval Air Test Center, Commander Lewis reported to Fighter Squadron ONE HUNDRED ONE for F-4 refresher training and subsequently reported to Fighter - Squadron FOURTEEN in July 1972. After two Mediterra- 1 nean deployments aboard USS JOHN F KENNEDY QCVA 671, Commander Lewis transitioned to the F-14A aircraft at 1 Naval Air Station, Miramar, California, while attached to l Fighter Squadron FOURTEEN, where he served as Oper- l ations Officer and Executive Officer. gl Commander Lewis then reported to Fighter squadron 1 ONE HUNDRED ONE in September 1975 and was as- signed as Officer-in-Charge of the F-14A Detachment for the establishment of the Atlantic Fleet F-14 Fleet Replace- ment Squadron. ln November 1976, he reported to Fighter Squadron ONE FORTY-TWO and served as Executive Officer until January 1978 when he assumed command of that squad- ron. After relinquishing command of Fighter Squadron ONE FORTY-TWO in March 1979, Commander Lewis reported to Commander Fighter Wing ONE where he served as the Chief of Staff. He served in this capacity until June 1980 -W' when he assumed command of Carrier Air Wing EIGHT. ln September 1981, Commander Lewis was relieved as Commander Carrier Air Wing EIGHT, and was transferred to M0 Commander Naval Air Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet Staff, Naval , ,ss Air Station, Norfolk, Virginia. Commander Lewis is married to the former Allison Griggs of Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. They and their two children reside in Virginia Beach, Virginia. W 'R u gf P U J ,.,... 314 CHANGE OF COMMAND -moan. -fn ' ' I 1 . I ' . W A. -A-..-..-. .. -..F -.....,. . ..f...-- Ja. ..- ---,..., ---,...--. ...............--,..........-..- .-...,.,,....., ,.......K..-...-.....c..., . . .. ,L , CAPTAIN DAVID W. HOFFMAN U.S. NAVY COMMANDER CARRIER AIR WING EIGHT Captain David W. Hoffman was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on March 18, 1941. He graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in June 1962 and reported for Flight Training in Pensacola, Florida. After graduation and designation as a Naval Aviator, Captain Hoffman spent one year as a Flight Instructor in the Naval Air Training Command, after which he reported to Fighter Squadron ONE TWO ONE in San Diego, California for training in the F-4 Phantom aircraft. He completed two combat deployments in USS ENTERPRISE CCVAN 655 with Fighter Squadron NINETY-SIX before returning to Fighter Squadron ONE TWO ONE as the Senior Landing Signal Officer and Tactics Phase Leader flying the F-4 Phantom and A-4 Skyhawk aircraft. Upon completion of his tour, he reported to the Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, Cali- fornia where he completed a Master's Degree in Operations Research in 1971. Another brief tour as an instructor in Fighter Squadron ONE TWO ONE was followed by his assignment to the Staff of Commander, Carrier Air Wing FIFTEEN as the Landing Signals Officer. While attached to that Staff, flying from USS CORAL SEA QCVA 435 on December 30, 1971, Captain Hoffman was shot down and captured near Vinh, North Vietnam. After his repatriation in March 1973, he became the first returning prisoner of war to deploy with a fleet squadron, making a Mediterranean cruise with Fighter Squadron ONE FORTY-TWO in USS AMERICA QCVA 665 in January 1974. Captain Hoffman transitioned to F-14's with Fighter Squadron ONE FORTY-TWO and served with the "Ghost- riders" until January 1976, when he reported to the Staff of Commander Fighter Wing ONE as F-14 Readiness Officer and then as Fighter Readiness Officer. He reported to Fighter Squadron THIRTY-THREE as Executive Officer on May 1, 1977, and was transferred to Fighter Squadron FORTY-ONE as Executive Officer in January 1978. He be- came Commanding Officer of the "Black Aces" from April 28, 1978 until June 15, 1979. In July 1979, Captain Hoffman reported to the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations QOP-9625 as a Strike Warfare Analyst. Later in the same year he became a Plank Owner inthe Anti-Air Warfare Division of OPNAV IOP-9555 as Fight- er Programs Branch Head. Captain Hoffman then became Commander Carrier Air Wing EIGHT in September 1981. 316 Captain Hoffman's personal decorations and awards include: The Distinguished Flying Cross, the Bronze Star Medal with Combat "V" and Gold Star in Lieu of his second award, 13 Strike Flight and one individual Air Medal, the Purple Heart with Gold Stars in Lieu of second and third awards, the Navy Commenda- tion Medal with Combat "V", the Combat Action Ribbon and several campaign decorations. ' Captain Hoffman is married to the former Mary Burkhardt of Chicago, Illinois, and they have a son, David. They currently reside in Virginia Beach, Virginia. is if 'asm ,4 l-4? LCDR T.L. Anderson LCDR MR. Brower CAPT D.W. Dishart AFCM T.E. Shupe CVW-8 T LCDR RW. Neel LCDR GD. Ranum LCDR D.O. Snodgrass LCDR W.J. Tyson LT JP. Donovan LT RJ. Hibbs LT E.L. Laun AOCM B,J. Ricketts ADCS J.C. Brooks AMSC EG. Sprouce ADC MF. Moore AOC L.C. Stokes 317 " "1 --f--1 ,-1--.-...-f:,.-.--a...-..-,,,,,,,,,,,,i,,,,,,,,.- - 1 A , , - -,..,.,.......-,.-.-,.-.-P,--, - - , , -- , ,, pww. n, f V ,' - . 1- -, ---V- , , Y K, , ..wv...-r--,.............,....... , CVW-8 5 YN1 J.C. Parsons AZ2 M.C. Austin YN2 K,V. Lawrence YNSN T.J. Aguilar 1 Y 3 18 I 8 I "AL4 'M LAUN EM' 1 I 5 L , 1 31 l 1 I 1, 9 f' D ' My 319 ulw 1 l X 1 MAJ RP Hansen MAJ H.L. Baker MA Executive Officer J JJ' Roddy CAPT JF, Monson CAPT DP. Rann CAPT BL, Sheldo QR DDQ elcvn ea we if' f"'1 25 ,J 1 V JJ NLT DM. Davey 1!LT W R Dyar 1!LT DCI. Thomsen WLT D. Warner 1!LT J.E. Wellman CAPT B.A. Corr CAPT MULI Inman n CAPT W.B. Shores CAPT S,T, York 1!LT PJ Klzer 1!LT R E McCann 1!LT PG. Whitright W-2 H.J. Guillory MSGT R E Roat GYSGT GN. Battern GYSGT A.L. Ricke ng GYSGT HW. Ullom GYSGT RP. Vorsrne . ' ' 321 -1-.. ......-.---......--...-f1- . - ,-.. - , T - -w---v?---.-v.- , -4- ..........,,.. l' + ,ri l, L- l i l .,,, .. ,.. ,-. 7.,,.,YJ SSGT S.F. Canner SSGT M.D. Franklin ,fi SSGT T.V. Groves SSGT J.T. Jenkins SSGT DE Johnson SSGT J.L. Johnson SSGT ER. Jolly SSGT L.M. Leaman SSGT T.L. Nichols SSGT Fl.E. Witcher f, ,fmnfty I f-,fgpxfwv ,3 H , w f v ,:,,4,g5,f5,4 , A .ZX ,. 4 W 2 'W 1 9 W? , 1 ' W 1' Y 4415? 4 f Z7 fffy fr I U45 z ffe ffl, if, 1 . 1 V Z0 if . H gil' 5 1 ,ff 0322 1' llfimgf . IH' '- 'T 41- ff v- fyfmfzl-QW-' Z l SSGT M.J. Coughlin SSGT WJL. Derichweiler SSGT E.G. Gottschalk SSGT Fl.J. Gregerson SSGT T.W, Laming SSGT G.W. Lavender SSGT J.A. Zinni SGT Fi.S. Ames SGT RS. Arriola SGT D.B. Butler SGT FLD. Castle SGT D.L. Corkern SGT W.E. Decoursey SGT M.B. Goodman SGT SR. Hampton SGT M.J. Hanlon 322 SGT T.R, Finlay Fl.L. Lockett X' 'x-9. :I-,':Ilg,-::::y?'J::iig,-:.:q. SGT RS. Maples SGT DF, Michaud SGT T.A, Noon SGT C.J. Vancott SGT JD, Wade SGT T.L, Wood CPL LTV. Almanza CPL M.L. Baker CPL BE, Bilbia CPL I.T. Biss CPL J.F. Bradley CPL M.A. Brenes CPL B.C. Brose CPL J.A. Byrnes CPL I. Chamberlain CPL B.A. Davis ,, ,, , , .,,,,N,, ,MLLT3 4 .1-4'-+1 X CPL S.L. Dewey CPL BM. Dickenson CPL M. Doolin -f CPL RE. Eckel CPL D.M. Glime CPL JE Green ,rv i "'T'iZxT ' T. I 'T' L Q ?:LS3fFw1 my. X, B 1 ,-.-.-wiv--,ff ri ,1 ,v r I T U Q f ff ,AAT , .' ,N 4, , , M . 5 ml , y . ' -Hfwsvfww. ,,. , , , 'M' f A , L ' w""'--ww-w.q,,.,, -r' , ' fair-5 '. , 1- L- ' 'W I I Mfwf- . - ,. , !,.,,, 1 , .,. I . I ,, f 4 VV. I v , . , S f . . 0 ' 1 ' P V .- v lA , faux ' Vt . v 'H N-.. .f w n , As . f "V X Mgt 3:6 " . F 59: .I 'a"' i'Pm 23 2? ik iT , ap T iw , 1 T I ......,-11-4-......,...1-7-W.-.--.N .mf-,.-...,,......-,..,...-..... Q Q.--V,-v--........... 24 CPL T.S. Grigsby CPL J.L. Hansley CPL L. Hawkins CPL T.C. Jones CPL W.D. Kelso CPL E.L. Knight CPL D.S. Komder CPL E.L. Kreger CPL J.D. Maddox CPL JR. Mendoza CPL M.S. Merrick CPL T.E. Mirns CPL J.J. Morrow CPL L.G. Neetz CPL D.L. Oppermann CPL M.J. Pearsall YQ, ROQD Q pjff 69 Xb X, f L ,LMLL,L.L AT Q L r S 3, X an 5 L L 35 J' X 1 ' X CPL J.O. Pickart CPL DP. Fihodes CPL D.C. Rodriguez CPL J.G, Rodriguez CPL MP. Saldana CPL FA. Sanchez CPL RL. Spurrier CPL EH, Steinman CPL EJ. Strong CPL MS. Timmerman CPL RR, Wheeler LICPL M.J. Ahuna LICPL DM. Baptista LXCPL M. Bauer LJCPL RE, Bentz LICPL D.S. Bowers LICPL J.T. Brennan LICPL JM. Browder LXCPL CM. Buote LXCPL D.J. Capuano LICPL FLD, Carey 3 -f'--'-w-- W Dues LICPL L A Christensen LXCPL D M Coble LICPL D Dahl UCPI- J LICPL C W Drake LIC PL J M Edwards IJCPL F4 A Eland LICPL Fl M Eschenbacher CVN 68 LICPL F1 M Fehrs 11:9 LICPL D R Feldhusen LICPL FD Freece UCPL J L Frey LICPL A. Garcia LICPL CR. Garner LICPL RW. Geoffrion LICPL C. Gruys Xf 326 ,,.,,, ,,,, , ,,,, , , , H, LXCPL C.J. Hardy L!CPL JR. Jarvis LXCPL GM. Kllum UCPL O, Manuel LICPL W.A. Melton UCPL MH. Mclntosh LICL MD. Mize LICPL J.L. Nelstead UCPL R-J. NOHTU , ,,,, V.V,.V., . . ,,.. .,,W,, Y,,.,.,,,.,,,,,W,,, ' mx LICPL PK, Pelayic LICPL E.J. Perron LXCPL RN. Ryan UCPL JR. Smith LICPL Ft.L, Spurrier LXCPL H. B Sweet LXCPL V.G. Villermaire LXCPL C. Wright LXCPL K.K. Zbiegen LICPL S.J. Mangieficio LICPL RB. Mills L!CPL HG. Peck LICPL P.E. Saldana LXCPL PW. Vanearwage PFC A.G. Propst 327 -mewvvv-me-mqgw-Q.-qwwmnp-ff-1-'qi -1 ' ,...,,.,.,,.,.,, ,,,,,, .,,,, , ,,, . , ,, ,:,, 1 '- -- I i On 1 June 1956, the first all-helicopter squadron was commissioned in Ouonset Point, Rhode lsland, as the l-IS-9 "Sea Griffinsn. ln October 1962, when President Kennedy placed a quarantine on Cuba, the "Sea Orifiins" were on the front line with USS ESSEX flying numerous surface ship sunfeillance sorties and antisubmarine warfare missions. ln 1967, "Sea Griffin" helicopters participated in the medical evacuation of wounded personnel from the USS LIBERTY, which was mistakenly attacked during the Mid-East Crisis. ln October 1968, l-lS-9 was decommissioned and remained inactive until June 1976, when re-established in Jackson- ville, Florida. The "Sea Griffins" were assigned to Carrier Air Wing EIGHT COVW-81 aboard USS NllvllTZ QOVN 681. Since then, l-lS-9 has provided antisubmarine warfare expertise, search and rescue, and logistic support of the carrier task group, participating in the first extended deployment to the Indian Ocean aboard USS NllvllTZ from January 1980 to lvlay 1980, and the Nllv1lTZ autumn '80 NATO North Atlantic cruise. Afterwards, l-lS-9 established their reputation as a superior ASW squadron during the Atlantic Undenrvater Testing and Evaluation Center QAUTEOJ exercises. ln January 1981, the "Sea Orifiins" joined OVW-8 at Fallon, Nevada in an extremely realistic combat scenario, providing over land combat search and rescue support. Since then, l-lS-9 has flown numerous hours during NllvllTZ pre-deployment vvorkups and the deployment itself - first to launch and last to recover! 328 i i i 5 ti ii ii ii 'i t con e..E. Wilson con Ms. o'Hem con Ac. Wenry Lcnn ,i.A. Bateman ii Commanding Officer Executive Officer ii i is F F F Y i LCDR D A Nestor LCDR IVI K Ryan LT JD. Christensen LT iv1.A. Daugherty LT C C Gray LT C H Lltz LT A Fi Macflonnell LT A. Mitchell .V 21' , . ,C LT S.T. Neidhold LT DB, Small LCDR SJ. Fontana " ' " " faff'g1qg.32zws - -. mr-ffsyyg,-v rg-' .- LT rivi. Doyle , 329 . .1 .w -'4.5i.i42f, g'7 1 ff P7 -, awk 1 f ' "f""" - H -wsvw-.-n-np-wy-f+N-.4Q.,..n,,-.-.,..,..-.-.v.-Jwv-v-ve-. ...N - - - Q--ff-1-o-N -fo--,-Z...-,--.-.-. ....,. ,l , Lal' J,L, Woodward LT GM. Yacus LTJG l..W. McKay LTJG MG. Mulcahy CWO3 FE. Renckert AFCM P.J. Catanese AVCM T.H. Dunn AMCS M.L. Camp ADCS RE. Dalton AECS P.W. Elliot 330 l S l ATCS RA. Fentriss AWC E.V. Harvey , AWC G.C. Pray ADC E. Wallace H l ,,,,, l l AZ1 L.C. Abacano AE1 J.T. McCann AD1 C.E. Allen AMH1 JD. Allen AMS1 SR. Cash AMH1 HW. Dennis AD1 V.A. Huff PN1 WJ Foss All CAR' Morrison AMS1 LJ- Oldenburg AD1 Kc. Pruitt AD1 H,J. Quintana A01 LM. Rivera YN1 Dr. noberson AZ1 E. Rodriguez AW1 J.L. Sabo AE1 AR Smilh ABH1 C.E. Stewart e 9 SEA GRWYXXX AD1 LD. Talley NC1 JD. Tigner AE1 E.V. Wilkey AO2 RA. Adams rl . l r .g i AT2 BD. Anderson AE2 C. Andujar AW2 J.J. Batson AMS2 SM. Belt AD2 M.L. Brink AT2 M.L. Carroll AW2 R.S. Chronister ..,.,,,,,,,,..,,,. Dwi . ...- .- .. ,,,.,.V,,,.,7,,,,, b AT2 PJ F AE2 C.D. Gaylord AT2 JR. Goodrich AX2 RW. Coleman AK2 A.J. Depaolo MS2 FLG, Dillon AE2 B.W. Ehrhardt r - VY ll ll V l l l l l ll l l l l l Il l l l l l l l l , ll l l l l l l l 5 l 33 AK2 E.Fl. Guy AX2 MG. Oglesby DK2 B.M. Vida AVV2 RF Hendrick AE2 RE. King PR2 T.A. Knutson AD2 D.L. Laffrey AO2 S.A. Mahany AT2 J,S. Meeks AW2 J.T. Russell AO2 J.C. Saunders AW2 J.E. Selle AMH2 JH. Watson AE3 T.D. Anderson AZ3 J.B, Baldwin AK2 EL. Sullivan AD2 A, Thivener PN2 K.C. Turner AMS3 MJ. Barndl AO3 GE. Blakey AMH3 P,E. Blankenship uv, 1-.u g:i.-3-.i?.-.-n-4: AO3 A.E. Collazo AW3 MP. Coulter AX3 GB. Currey AX3 PE- Dietrich . Y,.,., .l ... M AD3 T.A, Ellingwood AMH3 G.J. Frank AX3 A.J. Galle AD3 HIA4 Kfenn AW3 Fl.M. Lane AMS3 DD, Lewis AZ3 T.E. Middleton AT3 HF. Miller AD3 SD. Paci AO3 RD. Price PR3 RF. Ouinquinto AK3 BA Reagle V i'-"7 AMH3 T. Richardson AX3 DB. Robertson AT3 JR. Sehler AD3 MG. Swilley AW3 J.E, Tillman ADS FJ. Whitehead AW3 MA, Williams HM3 lra L. Woodfaulk 3 1 M ,Q W .i l 1: W. U ,V - ' - ' ,Wg ,V M7332 ,xg 334 o o i AEAR GM. Blue MSSFQ JR Brown ADAFJ HA. Floyd MSSH A.L. Lamb MSSH N.C. Morris AR R. Flembert AR A,G. Wendi 1 w X N Q-w.a"'ML ,ix l l l l l l 336 AWAN D.S. McNeely --,......,-W....... . ............,.,,., l r I 3 1 l l 1 AMSAN T.L. Miles AWAN J.L, Biles AWAN SR, Brinkman AXAN S.A. Burton MSSN D.D. Dadmun .J -Z.. .9 5. AOAN E. Fleming YNSN DB. Fullh E3 f 'Jn -fjfflvzli V 3- . 1,3 ' X '95 "' X95 lr 9 SEA Gall? l AMHAN PA. Kent AMSAN RJ. Knutson PNSN RS, Nunnally AMEAN D.C. Szczesny AN SR, Theriault AWAN MLA, Williams ADAN RV. Wif1S'0W AN ML, Avery AN RS. Barber SN JW. B ames AN D.K. Brown AN RL. Halberstadt AN GD. Halford AN DR. Johnson A--f SN E. Jones AN WR. Lauderback AN J.I. Newton AN CVQI Sims AN HN. Smith AWAA A.L. Esteel AMSAA D.M. Foster AMHAA V.C. Fox 'S' AMHAA J.A. Gardner ADAA J.L, Halford AMSAA S. Keeler ADAA RG. Knight AXAA J.A. Masculine ADAA E.E. Mielke ADAA SA. Olah ADAA FIR, Saunders ev--P-A xxx, ADAA M. Liuzzo ADAA RS. Westberry AA RK. Fabyjanski AA E. Rice AA DR. Sartin AA CB. Shepherd AA K.G, Steen AA D.W. Stone . . , -, . A x V... . , . - , .'..,....,......a-4s,.,........-..-.--.....,....-..-.......1.- ...............-----f A lrifkil ffigw I In K Ll J I, ff I 1 I f I x f.-fi 5 K Air Antisubmarine Squadron ,TWO-FOUR was originally commissioned on 1 January 1943, and now is homeported at Naval Air Station Cecil Field, Jacksonville, Florida. The "Scouts" of VS-24 fly the S-3A "VIKING", the Navy's newest carrier-based antisubmarine aircraft. The "VIKING" employs sophisticated aircraft electronics and weapons systems, allowing aircrews to detect, track and destroy hostile submarines under any circumstances. During the cruise the f'Scouts" routinely demonstrated the capability of the "VIKING" to detect and track both real world and exercise submarines. During the NATO exercise Display Determination '81, the "Scouts" detected all the "enemy" subs and launched over sixty simulated attacks in concluding one of the most successful ASW exercises in the history of the S-3. In the 36 years since the squadron was commissioned it has participated in numerous deployments on fifteen differ- ent carriers and has been awarded, among other honors, 338 the Battle Efficiency the Aviation Safety Award, the Meritorious Unit Commendation and the Arnold J. Isbell Award for Antisubmarine Warfare Excellence. "Scouts" who have proven themselves by becoming day and night carrier qualified have the honor of wearing one ofthe Navy's most unique patches, the "Duty Cat". The patch originated in 1948 on a stormy night when a young pilot drew a lightning struck cat on the squadron blackboard. The cat stayed on the board throughout the night as the aircrews flew sortie after sortie in rough weather and all returned safely. From then on the cat was always on the board during flight operations, and it eventually became a patch, a symbol of accomplishment and unity, representative ofthe skill and teamwork required for successful night shipboard operations. Today, more than 30 years later, the "Scouts" proudly maintain the same tradition and professionalism in all as- pects of their mission. 1. ,g . V , ,mn CDR PL. Reed CDR S. Sterling CDR RJ. Uhrie Commanding Officer Commanding Officer Executive Officer ,MWA M-L. - LCDR RD. Barrows LCDFR RA. Cataldi LCDR J.S. Gershon LCDR S.K. Houston LCDR WR. Karver LCDR B.J. Phillips LT Fi.N. Elliott LCDR J.W. Reddinger LT RA. Buehn LT D.C. Deem LT T.D. Dimenna iv' z ..i:i'f -',-f Z s T K P g,.,J,,A LT W.J. Hartley LT JP. Hyeid LT PG. Isabelle LT J.T. Kelly LT BR. Krakau LT W Ft. Lauderdale LT OL. Mamzic LT DP. lVloAleer LT WK- MCIHUVG 339 '- -fi ,iv LT M,T, Meahl LT G,A. Montgomery . LT D.S. Paroher LT D.A. Small LT RD. Sultzbach T , T TT 4, LL T T Ta LT J.A. Thompson LTJG C.A. Arthur LTJG T.S. Buchert LTJG T.M. Dumbauld LTJG RC. Hughes VS- LTJG RE. Martin - CWO3 RJ. Rhatigan Avcm vv.P. Hendrix AFCM .1.J. Madison Arcs T.A Dettman AECS FL Knott ATC E J H de i , , 1 T T V T ' 1 I T 340 AMEC M.H. Jones AWC G.E. Oates AMHC pq A Thom ' ' PSCW AXC DR. Welch AXC ,rp Wilson -.lL..-ug:-4-...k.3, AK1 M.G. Almario AMS1 R. Bradley AO1 L.J. Ernster MC1 i-i.T. Jackson AT1 D.R Launer AD1 RD. Richey AME1 GG. Andrew YN1 M.L. Arnold AD1 D.V, Baoolor PR1 R.C. Caldwell AD1 L. Collier BM1 B.J. Crowder AE1 G,C. Gaines PN1 G.S. Gilbert AMH1 S.R, Hopson AMH1 D.E. Lowe MS1 EG. Lamug AX1 HK. Lantz AZ1 NH. Maki AWi C,L. McGill AW1 D,A. Pearson AE1 C,C. Robinson AX1 JD. Roderick AME1 S.W. Satterwhite ........ , ,. ,. ... -....,--1-4---Q:--fr-f-N..-..-.v .--,..-..-,-.-..-f-a-.-...-.v-..,,.-.,,...,-...,...,1v,..... .-..-.-......-.-A AO1 D.l.. Seffens AZ2 Rl.. Bartholomew AE2 J.W. Barton AW2 S.A. Clark AO2 J.W. Cooper AME2 W.E. Davison AMH2 C.A. Debien AMS2 L. Henderson AW2 WE Hobin AE2 FLN. Holland AE2 J.C. Johnson AK2 FLA. Kappel AW2 W.D. Kerker AT2 JR Knight AW2 RN. Lanzendorf YN2 MR Lee D,J. Mazotti YN2 H.E. McClean AT2 Fl.E McDonald AK2 FLD. McQueen AO2 ME Miski AE2 J A Qcana 42 AE1 A. Silva AMH1 V.Fl. Spradlin AX2 M.L. Apperson AT2 P.S. Collins AW2 J.W. Demorest AT2 G-.F Janzcak AX2 B.D. Luker AT2 T.L. Ohler VS-24 AX2 D.W. Parker AT2 D.L. Segars AW2 S.A, Slpe AT2 C. Stevens PN2 GR Walls AD2 FLC. Williams DK2 E.F Williamson AZ2 CE, Zdunczyk AT3 MP Bartel AMS3 E.L. Beal AT3 A.l. Cardona AME3 S.E. Childs AMS3 SD. Cichowski AZ3 M. Clark AT3 M.W. Culbertson AE 3 A.W, Deak AD3 JB. Dill AK3 J.A. England AMS3 J.L. Farinacci AE3 M.E. Ferebee AT3 RA. Gill AW3 P.R. Gonzalez AD3 PJ. Gordon , , ..i,, ,. .V ., .7., 5 - e . , W AT3 K.M. Hines AT3 C.E Hook AMH3 A.E. JeHries AW3 D,E. Johnson AW3 J.Fl. Jones YN3 Fl.L. Jones AT3 JR. Lawrence 4 I " - ' M Y -r - , - '.--- V r V. V V V -.- - S ' pf- A A ,G -g,....-.1.A,...-w,+......,......--A.... --w --v'v-r...vfmq.-:-:--n-4-.....-.-..-.....,...,,,,t-,,.,,, ' ' - ' - ' -- ""-N"1"'w-'f-f---e-.,,..,-...-,-.-.....,...,.,..,,,.., i i i i i i I A i i i i i i E AD3 Fi.A. Lindquist AT3 L.F. Lorenz AMS3 N.Y. Manarang i i i i . AD3 Fa. Mason AMH3 i..T. Mins AE3 FLM. Muuigan AD3 B.W. Osborne AW3 M.E. Overby AO3 S.J. Page i W AE3 CD. Pruitt AD3 RA. Fiivard AW3 FLL. Shane! AX3 T-D' ShiVe'Y PN3 G-N, SOUIGH AE3 J.H. Stewart AZ3 D.E. Swain R3 JD. Tobon AMS3 G. Tompkins 344 AD3 TL Vaughn AMH3 M W Vonallmen AW3 C M Wade AE3 J S Wade AMS3 J Wllllams AMSAN S Ashcroft AXAN M Cochran AMEAN M W Degood AKAN Fi W Dobbs ADAN E Y Estaclo AMHAN S L Franklln AMSAN R L Freeman AOAN S P Galler AXAN K A Hekman ATAN R W Helm AMSAN Fl Hernandez ADAN G w Hrabak AMHAN Fl J Joers PHAN D cs Kem AEAN H Mawson AEAN W J Moon ADAN PL Muldovan PNSN S W Nicholas AZAN J P Oullette 45 'f 'f""'1f-""--- -- .........,.ff..--q,..,,.-.v.--7- .....-...,i.--,t.......,.,.......,..,, VS-24 AMHAN L. Rolle AN J.A, Bailey AN M.B. Connell SN RB. Genther 346 AN GD. Jones AN JD. McCoy j ' ' mrffi' ' ' V 1:1 AMEAN J, Stelmaski YNSN M.L. Thompson AN T.R. Clark AN V.L. Collazo AN GR. Decker AN JR. French AN S.D. Gross AN T.L. Hamblin AN M.E. LaRose AN K.R. Letendre AN IE. Medina AN A.J. Moore t 1 i 4 i 5 N 3 1 ofa J I Knife .......... U ,K AN WM. Nails SN J.A. Puckham AN J.H, Flooney AN J, Suarez AN J.B. Waldrep SN H,J, Weathers AN I.L. Winfrey AMSAA Fl.C, Aceves AXAA CR, Allen AMEAA C.M. Cadavld AOAA D.G. Cagle ATAA J.E. Crawford ADAA B,J. Gillespie AEAA JD. Giorgio ATAA PW. Hall AOAA M.E. Lawrence AMHAA M.L. Lippy AKAA E.J. Lynch AN JR. Schraner AN T.L. Weber AMSAA W.C, Busbee MSSA D.K. Forsyth AOAA J,L, Harrison AN E. Sinette AN DP. Wilson ADAA E.M. Butler MSSA FL, Gerringer ADAA RL. Kyle .. . W, ..,. .,..k ,,e,,.-,Q 4 AMSAA A.E. Manrx PFIAA J.M. Palmer 4 "" w-1 - ...-.4 ,..- - -1-Q,-1-.-. I V,-...,-..1.w.,-.,-.,.,-.,.-...,,..,.u.-.-..-,.,..,,.,...,,..., ,,,.,., ,ha gvvs-,M,,..-, VS 24 ADAA W.L. Pollock AMEAA AP. Stelacio AOAA JD. Vandeneinde Q . ,, . Keir?-ff' A ' ,-Us ' A JAV' AMSAA W.W. Wilkins AMSAA K.W. Woods AA C.W. Belaus SA C,V. Cardose AA RV. Cataulin AA RL. Chappell AA B.W. Delee AA LK. Ellis AA K.G. Gushlaw AA W.C. Lenker AA PLE, Malard AA FLG. Nugent 348 U NMIT Z a ar 9 ry . AA D.A. Park ffw vs-24 AA A.J. Sallie AA J.K. Wood AMHAH T.A. McCoy -X:-a,gfifr:4f pa'-Qw.q::1w'-71 yas 1-W7 r 5. v . - f ,ww -'gag ,W ..,V, L, .34 ,H 5 ,. ,Qiwfv-V1 fl .gig-522. ' iii: V f 'ft I .2 f l""' , . J',"' . fr A wh 3 1. cfm, - 1 . xy, "ffl A - If , N ff , A k :"ll'iLLifff , f F5 ri. l'1:3.JQx?1v ,flaw si Mr. G.A. Davis lf-f7,'.Qg:Q:,-re, - ,3?Q43, k-3 -1 . xi nb, ww.. .4 f AA T.A, Person AA D.J. Peters AA FLM, Trevan AA L.D. Walker AZAFR J.L. Bush AMSAR JP Flynn ADAR D.E. Toomer AR MP. Fogerly A ,xr 7 'I 1 v ,ms 45 'i 1 ' lx , 4 4 A vi ' 1 1 .. 1,5 . -mf" I ,- 49 Mr. E.W. Pummer Mr. L.A. Taylor 4 350 N i CDR JM. Luecke CDR A.H. White I-CDR PD. C h Commanding Officer Executive Officer as LCDR RA' Foltz LCDR MJ' French 551- R24 Q LCCDR L.P. Lalli LCDR RE. Proes LCDR RE. Suggs LCDF4 GR. Tiedman LCDR M.C. Vogt LT MR. Allard LT M.D. Baus LT D.P. Collura LT B.E. Coppock LT D.W. Cuttino LT J.E. Dolenti LT F. Eliot LT D.E. Errickson LT RM. Faulkner LT H.S. Hamby LT G.T. Hentz LT RL. McCollum LT D.K. Owen LT WR. 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Morgan AT1 PA Murphy ' ' " ' -7 ' ' ' - - ' v ' ' -' , -., ,W , , ,, -.w,.u-.lx..-.a-l-m-.......g....-...--am-.-x......-..--- l i E 5 E l I 5 i l l 5 1 tl l l I l l l l l l l l l l l 1 1 l l r l PFl1 Fl,S. Pelletier AQ1 SG. Floberson PN1 J.A. Savage AMS1 S.G. Thomas AT1 GF- Valllam AE1 B.L. Wallace AMH1 G.M. Wiltzius AMS1 N.G. Yeagley AT2 M.L. Callahan AK2 L.B. Gallion AMH2 D.V. Holcomb AT2 R.A. Hosgood PN2 M.Fl. Johnson AME1 T.H. Tounl AE2 T.T, Brown AD2 J.F Campo AT2 H.W. Clarke AO2 J.J. Cronin AD2 W.J. Fortuna AT2 RF Garcia AT2 RB. Gilbert A02 RN. Green AZ2 G.A. Hayes AQ2 RR, Johnson AE2 T.A. Keiser MS2 J.F Khoon AD2 E.L. Kliczewski AMH2 G.E. Knox 354 ? i 1 l l 7 i I if A72 T,L, Krishart AM2 C.A. Lingo AK2 BW. Luther AT2 J.L. Malarkey AM2 M.S. Oconnel AMS2 RG. Paquette MS2 L.W. Pursley AO2 JR. Fleed AO2 F. Roman MS2 BA. Salazar AME2 RM. Senn PN2 J.Fl. Shockey AD2 S.A. Swensgard AE2 SD, Tathwell AO2 RE. Vian AO2 RE. Walkup 4 ' AO2 NE. Williams AD3 KM. Alexander a.aa IA . f i YN3 J.A. Anglero AMS3 CA, Awanna AMS3 D-AA Af1Q'9" A03 M-My Bates ff' Vwv' "ww ""' "v"'1T-W AT3 B.A. Bender AMS3 WH. Blackmon AK3 RL. Bolt AZ3 MR Bordonaro AE3 BW. Brownlee AO3 RJ. Buckley YN3 BE. Bynum AE3 Fl.E, Debbrecht AMS3 DR. Dukes AE3 D.K. Fowler AQ3 J.H. Fujita AK3 RD. Gibbs AD3 J.W. Hackney AW3 JB. Hale r Ii Ili W M r. rs M3 ri rf 9 l 'i I 5 I ,N M rr rf E r 1 N r N H AOS FLM, Haneghan AME3 RD. Harrell AT3 E.T. Hoover AO3 GR. Hovis PN3 I. Kilpatr i jg rr ! ick AE3 KA, Konier AME3 RM. Langevin MC!- AMS3 FYE. Lee AK3 ER. Lown AD3 J.I.. Luidhardt AMS3 SA, Mahon AMS3 BP Markle AMS3 GJ. Mathews AK3 FB. McGriff 1 1.,2LC',',l' M33 os. McKenna AME FLA, Macnon A03 BF. Miner AD3 on. Mixell Aos BM, Morin AE3 J.G. Narron A03 JE, Qmz r 35 AO3 W.E. Osorio AD3 RP Page AMS3 B.E. Pinckney AT3 EB. Ramos AD3 Fi. Reyes 6 r Aos Pro. snemerd Aoa A,VA Smith -x l i i AZ3 D,E. Sparks AMS3 WM. Stierle AD3 T.E. Turner AE3 T.E. Turner AZ3 D.E. Willis ,,,..,.?. ' AT3 Fil.. Wolfgram AME3 H.F. Youmans AMSAN J. Alston A AEAN JM. Amzelone AMSAN D.A. Bates l r ' V -1 .2 ' . l 'I I 1 . -fe ' - ---' f' " I , A AOAN J.S. Brakebill AQAN ME. Buskirk AEAN MA, Cobb AMEAN M. Crosby I. ff'- ,.5 , ' IJ I 1' ' C 9 Q ADAN K.A. Drummond ASMAN GM. Eastman AOAN A.W. Fox ADAN JM. Garcia 1. H l l l i l l l AEAN A.C, Hardy AOAN PA. Harris AMSAN Jw. i-ion ADAN KA. Johnson I i l V, N H- ,.., Q rw, .. V "' , 'K' " "R 'H-m.W,.-.,.,4 .. ., i 1 l l AQAN L.D. Joiner ADAN D.D. Liedy AEAN J. McCeacnen AOAN Fl.C. Martin 357 1, P f f,.fl'f V mwffzfwv .,.-.-,-,. H.. .,,V,,,,...-H..,.,.,,...m- -. YN.. . ..... ,,.. ...., .. ,,,,. .,.,,,1,T,.,,., ,..-.-.--.,-.-v5v.,.-.,.--.,...........,..,..,,, ,034 AMSAN EM. Pado -...Q-.-f,....-7-""-'-'-v --K......,..-..--.0-.--......,.......... -- .. PNSN JE. Parzack ADAN BD. Peter: ADAN A..J. Pnaehlef AMEAN SM. Powell YNSN SD. Ricks AMSAN O.L. 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Newberry, EMC JB. Blowe, ENS J.W. Aligood, ETCS V.J. Draney MMC W.L. Segovis, ETC J.E. Williams. Sitting QL-Rl: LTA.T. Jordan, ENS l..C. Stenzel, ENS J.A. Leonaitis, EMC D.M. Sutherland, LCDR J.l-l. Nottingham -IQ' el S f x 1 "..w':'. X ,7 Z , 90 at . s 'H 3 ' ' To many they are known as "bubble heads". They spend most of their at sea hours breathing stale, "manufac- tured" air, and are always on water hours. They know what it is to sleep on coffee cans, and what the term "hot bunk" really means. They think there are two kinds of ves- sels in the world - submarines and targets. Their back- grounds vaiy from diesel powered attack boats to nuclear attacks to Fleet Ballistic Missile boats. All their experiences leave this group well prepared to contribute to the NIMITZ Teamwork tradition, working in diverse areas - from ad- ministration to nuclear power production, from dental to supply. And they can all be identified by the "dolphins" they proudly wear on their chests -the same insignia worn by our most illustrious submariner, Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz! 432 'q1q,'? L - fs . 'g32g',.,tQ . ,T - . 232' 'la J' " -EQ y,At,','vg,5,.-- ,, .- 6- uf' bg N -1-, ' 5 "" ' ' al! . - . 7,,, , gtg, l-,Sd 55: 5 . -. ...l YN, 1 mf f u Pffiaqi ,ot ,L 1 'Ji' . ':'i9'l s'- CNN- V .- ..-H I .6i5""52'2551'x 5 -f?T'??:v:f?v66tC5-MM' : 1" ,f K f -'-i',f1-1-bvehlk-.. - rn. '-S-,fn-,bi-l tcg'..1-1-avg' . f ,.- , A X 5 sf- - 25J1..- -,.- -'e-ws,-,,,-- Wt. ' . : f, .. fl- '2'1.!uYf!u? . T. 55311. "a1o?aYF7?F ini'-L "qT4!?'K'f""m h-Rmb: Back Row IL-Rl: LISN R D. and Pl-I3 RA. Robinson, GMT2 CE. and EM2 K.R. Shaffer, RM1 D.l-l. and OSC D.C. Rockwell, AN RG. and YN3 KM. Sines. Middle - . dAT3GA.Kh' I Row IL-Rl: AO2 D. and AD2 R. Thames, l-ITFN DA. and AA KP. Downey. Front Row IL-Rl. AT2 D.L. and ATAN J.W. Segars, ABHAA M.E an . ie The outstanding record established in all aspects of ship- brotherhood. And this feeling is likely enhanced by the large board operation aboard NIMITZ is most likely attributed to number of brothers serving aboard NllvllTZ together. The the Teamwork tradition. And Teamwork is probably attribut- brothers pictured here are but a few of the reasons NIMITZ able to the closeness of this immense crew. . . a feeling of excels . . . TEAMVVORK - A TRADITION. 433 1 I 5 W ,,ML if I jf ff X7 .j ff if lf!! f f gf 2 f fa fi 1 If ' f ff? 5 If 1 fi 2 ff jf fa ,f W H! ?- av MW 'Kwai' 'WML' 'fffif M, frqwf 75 ,f 9933, ,ffffifyyz W," Wu fm ,fm fn, ,f ,,,, ,ff ,, ' ,,': 2 X ,H ,, , ,, ,WMV , 'ff ' f .-.---..............-......--...R , if f Z f,, ,W ,,,,,,n , ff f 3 i ffl, X, rw ,1 , 1 , W ,4 , I I X 1 , , f 1 1 f ff Za f , I ' ff 5 f f g I ,X X , f , f ..- ,,,, N ,N ,.,,,,,, f ,,,,,,,,,, M, f '1 0-Q M, sl, i X "The level of operational excellence exhibited by NIMITZ, MISSIPPI, and TEXAS since inchop in August 1981 is a matter of record and a source of great professional satis- faction to Battle Force SIXTH Fleet. Your consistently spirit- ed and capable response during real world operations, contingencies, and exercises has set a bench mark for the others that will be difficult to match. As you outchop you take with you our warmest congratulations for a job cheer- fully and professionally accomplished in the most demand- ing operational environment that has existed in the Mediter- ranean in the recent past. lt was a record that all America took great pride in. Godspeed. We wish each of you a warm, well deserved homecoming. With great professional respect." Rear Admiral James E. Service, USN, Command- er Task Force SIXTY. "I wish to express my personal appreciation for your contributions to SIXTHFLT readiness during your deploy- ment. The extraordinary efforts of your crew and your flexi- bility and professionalism in carrying out your mission are recognized and applauded. l-lave a safe trip home." Vice Admiral William H. Flowden, USN, Commander SlXTl-l Fleet. "The outstanding performance that you have displayed throughout your Mediterranean deployment has estab- lished a new bench mark for Mediterranean carrier Battle Group operations. As you depart for home, I extend to all of you my congratulations and appreciation for your superb efforts. Bon voyage and Godspeed." Vice Admiral Ronald J. l-lays, USN, Commander in Chief, U.S. Naval Forces Europe. fvx ,vs Q 33.9 435 vw il ,Q X If W TX rigs 'Ri LJ yum: -1 L w 436 'i There we went saiiin' far out on the sea, Not knowing what adventures we would find. But now after being away for such a long time, We reaiiZe what it was we left behind. -Editor "As you return home from your long and successful cruise, I want every member of the NllVlITZiAir Wing Team to stand proud as he accepts the thanks and admiration from his friends and supporters in the AIRLANT community. I also want him to stand tall when he gets back to his family, returns to his home town, or visits his friends on leave. From the Gulf of Sidra to Palma you have all had an impact of significance. Your readiness has been superb. 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Jim Nottingham George Ziegler Bob Sullivan Pete Walker Chuck lvlussi Pat Robinson l Carlos Cruz Lynn Dunigan Karl Scarborough EDITORAL The USS NllVllTZ is the best in the Fleet today. To become and stay the best took hard work and sacrifice from her crew. Nimitz sailors have always done more than what was ex- pected, not because they had to, but because they wanted to. The professionalism and dedication to the job at hand from each individual on board is surpassed only by their de- sire to do an even better job at the next opportunity. Success is not worth anything unless you have a friend with whom to share it. Nimitz grasped this idea years ago. From the buddy system on liberty, to co-workers looking out tor one another on the roof, Nimitz is a team organization. lt's the Teamwork attitude exhibited by each crewmember that makes Nimitz the trend setting ship she is. It is impossible to set to print all the laughter, sorrow, sweat and toil that this crew has experienced. lt has been my intention in editing this journal to capsulize all these things called Nimitz, the most important of which are the men who sail her. Flobert F Sullivan Editor QQZWN 'S 1 CRUISEBOOK STAFF LCDR Jim Nottingham - Chairman and Treasurer PH3 Robert F Sullivan - Editor PH3 George W. Ziegler - Assistant Editor Special Appreciation to: LCDR Jim Nottingham - Assistant to the Editor PH3 Juan C. Cruz - Aerial and Flight Deck Photography PH3 Lynn Dunigan - lnterior Photography PHAN Chuck L. Mussi - Flight Deck and Interior Photography PH3 Patrick A. Robinson - Photographic Coordination PH3 Karl E. Scarborough - Aerial, Flight Deck and Interior Photography PH3 Peter R. Walker -- Flight Deck and Interior Photography YNSN Cushing Phillips lll - Typist Mr. Mickey McCay - Publisher's Representative Employees of THE DELMAR COMPANY We would like to thank the Photographer's Mates of NIMITZ for their professional assistance, never ending fresh ideas and loyal support to the editor and staff through all the bad craziness. CWO2 J.P Kiser PHCS O.V. Williams PHC T.G. Gilliam PH1 D.A. Clarke PH1 C.E. Cole PH1 B.M. Gray PH1 M. Waschak PH2 R.H. Drinkwater PH2 R.W. Lindel PH2 T.E. Lingren PH2 G.G. Range PH3 D.L. Boozer PH3 R.G. Constantine PH3 S.N. Gallagher PH3 S. Kreutzer .W PH3 R.A. LeBrun PH3 D.M. Mettauer PH3 G.W. Newsham 448 PH3 J.S. Plummer PH3 J. Robertson PH3 D.W. Smith PHAN M.L. Anderson PHAN GP Bonaccorso PHAN R.R. Bond PHAN M.L. Clark PHAN T.M. Clements PHAN R.D. Clough PHAN M.J. Cofrancesco PHAN D.G. Collins PHAN BP Davis PHAN M. Gutierrez PHAN J.R Morris PHAN RG. Robinson PHAN S.L. Russ PHAN RK. Thabit PHAN G.D. Vigeant iff Q., ' A I , Q I X . 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