Stein (DE 1065) - Naval Cruise Book

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H LIBIQ' I3 N A IVI IN OKYO YUIQOSL Ix S EI IWAN JIISILQNU S b OD PHILIPPINES A R Midwa PEARL H -XR SAN FRANC ISC J' s""-X-N ,I :VXA FN' Y' Efflb I ' 'fi f 'AK f 'WS 4, Y HAWAII if K Lib, 'X , I 5 K L' f-ARY ,XS 5,72 Q:1?y' N Jgf 1 if A Pago Pago , xr, 2+ 49, P' W4 432 i'SVL'L'Gf'z1igg Q 'lilkw U.S.A LONC1 BLAL H SAN DIEGO 9 A ft. , X QL , 17. , fx Y rf xx. X N 1, 4 .QQ tfhlfx ixifkf, L' f' Ox? fr -KX , VA' 'J' NN X XX 'X Y , ' " , 1 "X- ' ioffgx 'B . if' - 5 '-'UQ TU Q- N X2 , fx... S 3 G , 1 22 ' - --f 3 ' : - fb '. 'I ,,-3:-1 'g 1- W ' 1 .1 ,fb ,-, -4 Suva Q ff , ? -V HS V G N ' Q4 I ' Q - ' 7 in J PL .. , Q.:,,.. - 1.4, ' . -4 ,... P-1 ,-wi " Bay of Islands Auckland QQQMW K iw-'Q2'5 ' 0 Q FIRST DEPLOYMEN T CDI? U.S.S. STEIN KDE-10651 WESTERN PACIFIC APRIL - NGVEMBER L . I 1973 -, ,Xe , Q . S 05 STEIN SHIP, 1-11 TORY USS STEIN QDE-10653 is a KNOX Class Ocean Escort named in honor of Corporal Tony STEIN, Marine hero and Medal of Honor winner in World War ll. STEIN is one of 46 KNOX Class destroyers and is the third of five constructed for the Navy by Lockheed Shipbuilding and Construction Company, Seattle, Washington. The DE-1052 Class Ocean Escort is configured for optimum anti- submarine performance. They are especially adept at searching out and destroy- ing enemy submarines, but are also configured for and capable of carrying out other routine destroyer tasks, such as Naval Gunfire Support, Anti-Air Warfare and replenishment operations. STEIN is 438 feet long, has an extreme beam of 47'11", a navigational draft, including the sonar dome, of 25', full load displace- ment of 4,200 tons, and a speed in excess of 27 knots. The cruising radius is over 4,000 miles and STElN'S berthing accommodations are for 22 officers and 255 men. STEIN is powered by two automatically fired boilers which supply 1200 psi steam through dual steam turbines to single, five-bladed screw. The propulsion plant is rated at 35,000 shaft horsepower. The fresh water distilling plant produces in excess of 20,000 gallons of fresh water per day. Since STElN'S primary mission is anti-submarine warfare, her main arma- ment is configured to provide the optimum in Alfmi search, detection and kill. STEIN is equipped with the ANISQS-EGCX boiv-nricurtteigi sonar which is capable of multi-mode operationsg the ANKSQS-35 liifleperideiii Variable Depth Sonar flVDSlg and the LAMPS manned helicopter systczii. iricluclsrig its MAD and sono- buoy capabilities. ASW armament include the beef'-in ees' - ..-fa g-ran, , k t-f torpedo, above water torpedo tubes which can ine eiiiier Nilge-4f:Oo:r illllrig fQfP9d06S, and LAMP dropped torpedoes. ln acldifzirz-r, 535 gagif pfotecticn and anti air warfare. STEIN is equipped with a 5754 duai-pw-Ma,5E,q , , MM. Basic Point Defense Missile System.. 1 Q Li A I we gun' and the The keel of USS STEIN was laid on l June -ravi: at , December 1970. The sponsor is Mrs. Rose PARKS,'ii'Q:fE3,yZ?sT:?ungh-fd 1.9 STEIN. was commissioned on 8 January lei? ar it-,pJpL,qet EIN 8 Lin Bremerton, Washington. Following ctpminggt-iigpgzy 'ind Naw' Sound Naval Shipyard for her eight w ek V' - ' 7 Q' '9m3ll'l6d. . ucted several weeks of te 'leg . if' K ,Q I and then steamed south alot-if 6 mms n wllg the NVQQ-Q . S I I . 15 'I .T A he :G 'STEIN an Camoma fi lm thru 12 March at the Embarwiigm in San F ,ir homeport for the firs tim South for a four-week l eon17 Gflflise took her to four "P8hamaya,-,dei .cruise . , ,before cond ' if 'iflfrfti out Avaiiabsiiig, ipgggy 4 5 Y,-.1 FIRST CGMMANDING OFFICER 8 JANUARY 1972 - 1 JULY 1973 - T 1 -v 1 ...,.1f - A- -.i- , -...-- -,i CUMMANDER NEPIER v S Island for duty as a student ln Command and Staff. He completedthi June 1968 and was transferred tothe IDDG-12, where he served as Executive 1970. ln June 1970, Commander S'mlth,prepAortedp the Joint Staff of Commander, U.S. Military Assistance Command, Vietnam for duty in the ,Plans Directorate of the Civil Operations and Rural Development Support Section. Commander Smith graduated from the Universi- ty of idaho with high Honors, is a distinguished graduate of the Naval War College School of Com4 mand and Staff, and is a member of PHI BETA KAPPA. ' Commander Smith is married to the former Bon- nie Lou Rogers of Olive Hill, Kentucky. Commander and Mrs. Smith live in Del Mar, California. Upon his departure from STEIN, CDR Smith reported to the Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island, where he is conducting Independent Research as part of the school of Naval Command and Staff. reported to the Naval A S 9 1 s L in i' MANDER WALTER A REISTER COMMANDING OFFICER 1 JULY 1973 Walter A. REISTER was born on 14 March 1935 in Sparta, Michigan. He attended the University of Michigan and the United States Naval Academy, where he was awarded a Bachelor of Science Degree and was commissioned an Ensign in the U. S. Navy in 1958. He later earned the Masters tion Officer with the Key West Test and Evaluation Detachment of Commander Operational Test and Evaluation Force. Prior to reporting to USS STEIN CDE 10651, he served briefly on the Staff, Commander Cruiser-Destroyer Force, U. S. Pacific Fleet, in the Readiness and Training Division. Commander REISTER is married to the former : W ' "I 2 ' 'FT-2.25-fLiYLS"'-:'?''ki'71iE:'.'j--"fS:j5'.29 Q veg' ' 1 '1"5'S" g,fi.t,l2-if S , ' i S 1, " n 1 I 4 l Q I Degree in Physics at the U. S. Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California, and attended the U. S. Naval War College, Command and Staff Course, at Newport, Rhode island. At sea, Commander REISTER has served in USS F. T. BERRY QDDE 8581, on the Staff, Com- mander Destroyer Squadron Thirty-Six, in USS 'rowehs woo. si and as Executive Officer of uss BRUMBY CDE 1040. He also served as Sonar Evalua- . y Evelyn Hardcastle of Lansdowne, Pennsylvania. They have three children, Walter, Jr., Richard, and Curtis. Commander REISTER is authorized to wear the Navy Unit Commendation, National Defense, and Vietnam Service Medals. Commander REISTER is the second Comman- ding Officer, USS STEIN QDE 1065l. EXECUTIVE OFFICER Lieutenant Commander MAFtTl came to STEIN from George Washington University in Washington, DC, where he earned a masters degree in Financial Management. Lieutenant Commander MARTI was born in Chicago, Illinois on July 9, 1938, and graduated from Lane Technical High School, in the city, in 1956. He was commissioned an Ensign, U.S. Navy upon graduation from the U.S. Naval Academy on June 8, 1960. Previous tours of duty have been as Gunnery Officer, USS ORISKANY QCVA-341, Anti-Submarine Warfare Officer and Operations Officer, USS JOSEPH STRAUSS fDDG-161, Weapons Officer on the Staff of Commander Cruiser-Destroyer FLOTILLA NINE, and Administrative Assistant and Personal Aide to the Director, Navy Program Planning in the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations. He is married to the former Carole Leu Keller of San Diego, California, and they have three sons Den- nis, David and Brian. The Marti's call San Diego Home. LCDR THQMA J MAPTI WE TPAC 1973 lv 5 ' QA , io,.:'ls ., . 4 .1 J Q wg ". ' 1'-Ag.. 'J' , 'fzf'-L 2 'V " ' ' Goss' .Hi ' . i 7 -Q' , of 0 'fvs -up .0 9. l -0 3 'Ov X !:','3 X DIVISIO X Division's cast of "Character's" include Quar- masters, Yeomen, Personnelmen, Corpsmen, A Carreer Counselor, and one giant Postal Clerk. Together, they provide the services that unite all the other Divisions. QM's Navigate and Record the Ship's travelsg YN's attack the large amount of STEIN paperworkg PN'S issue those all important leave papers and keep a watchful eye on the crew's recordsg the HM's push the needles and apply the band- aidsg while the PC does mostly nothing - except during those welcomed "Mail-calls" when he makes alot of friends. If4,x,fi' f! X W vhlv .ul , Ha. 1-.'9'4if,nmis , U. T: in. 1-.Qi lil--' i-ui... -uqv-- P'- 35. V '4 ' - ' . Dix,-3' - 'gu- V ' V,-L -5-Nt-" ,,. si Q I 'A -. Q ,r -,- ,: 7? .-'Q ' - sf' -fe.. .-,. , Q 'Aww . nv . R .us- .,-- ... lgbigi' - ' ', -'I-1 V Q A' .ff X 'N If af F 'Y -3 .Q LL! A . I 1? may J' I , 5 i Q 1 NJN K , If fi C L 551 ' A 1 ll TP' 1 'I 'I X ,til fx in P, I IIH 'IV1 U ll 1 i 4 .. ix "' 5 at ,.g Led for half the cruise by LT Doug Turner and now by LT Joe Eckler, the Operations Depart- ment is a dedicated group of operators and main- tainers. If the OS's would break it or the RM's abuse it, the ET's could fix it. The EW's would ponder the situation while the SM's would tell other ships about it. During the six months in WESTPAC, STElN's reputation as a "CAN DO" ship was built largely on the technical expertise and operational talent of Operations personnel. OC DIVISIO ?g11.L..,. 5...,., L I5 tw W 'ala Q? ii i 1" 3 Radiomen and Signalmen are two very different ratings doing a job greatly needed by any ship, that of Communications. Whether visually or electronically, STEIN Communicators turned out voluminous amounts of messages and received even more. The SM's, who could be found bask- ing in the South Pacific sunshine, were noted for their " ALWAYS AHEAD" flag. The FlM's, who manned a 24 hour watch, both in Fladio Central and in their racks, kept us in touch with the outside world. ,Q qt-,,1 is-fi i -- 3 H: 'iff' , Z 1- "'1 .m--- V QYN, -e Ji, 1 Y ,gwf 4 'ff f nl Q, ,Q L. 49' ..,,..,.,.. ...-........,.,, V .-:mf , Psy, -i .,,, an in ,, N I " 31".2,:g-f , ., x K A I - ' T' mp? f-,.-sl, . 'fi I8 2: is Q5 -A .. rs' . V ' - ' - "-, if ? 1?- 161. 1 s q-.na N . .1 I t 1 ,-,iX,', " 1.1, Q" .M-sang -T A' o 5' rm. ., ,lr , Z h 1 -, mo: i I ua D OE DIVISIO 1.1 if P ff 2--N" 3 J 'Q V I I I . .fur fi .W 4. V A f-v-' -f Armed only with oscilloscopes, multimeters, and test cables, our Electronics Technicians battled the formidable, stray electron which lurked in printed cir- cuit boards and power transistors, and who was always ready to wreak havoc on STEIN's electronics equipments. While their athletic skills were often compared to those of an ice hockey player, the ET's had an impressive record of keeping radar and com- munications equipment in working order. Another odd breed attached to OE Division are the Electronic Warfare Technicians. These guys are paid for listening to weird sounds, watching bright lights, and making a mess of ECM3. 1, IJ 4,4 , E 1 -.. - -Q . W7 I s Ng l .. M.-x wr ,r mink' 5 Q ....., ,.,,, I' S ,K 9 7 , gf.--.mil f , f S ME sw ., rg x f 9 r . L NK . ',J k ,':3 1.1 35fl,, 5 Qs: A +75 5 kr.. f- A ,-17, Ls -Q12 rv ' tw: :- f, J qui 'ffm L3 -nn. RLT, ' :T A ff, EF-fs, ' . .gt ,.. 1 ' .Q ff m 'Y ww.-v If ' ri I ,, ,J l X 3 .gt 'Z ', ,ITF " .,V- sag- A 4 . E- A ff: . ' .. x .. OI DIVICIO 721' as To -in Y 8, ,ft . xc.: H Operations Specialists, more affectionately known as "FlADARMEN" are the versatile group who live, work and play in STEIN's Combat Information Center. Through their efforts, STEIN fared well in two major allied exercises as well as on several occasions in the Gulf of Tonkin. A in I 'ZX I Q' f I , r 'b I B 3' H ,nr A .. A- ,. 5' ' 4 t M .,f. 5 Wifi fs 3, r. .. Ft r'g ii' 'Qc Under both LT's Richard Cowper and Don Smith, STElN's Weapons Department was always "Combat Ready." With the cessation of hostilities in Southeast Asia, STEIN was not tasked to fire on areal" targets while in the Gulf of Tonkin, however, during "GREEN LIGHT" and "LONGEX" they had the opportunity to "show their stuff." 1Q1'Gl!l!i"" hw gd, Ill I 1 H5 , fcfffv- 1 " 123: 'AI ' . ,- , . - -' ' ' ,. :L-af 'xx A1 ' -, '-: WT' L ' 'f ' -P.-1 'H"w.sqJv, 1 .. gr - 4 H t' ..,k. "Z, .., , f- ' x Q-:lf ,+I-"f7!'5,5, ,.,, I Q' -4 x, 'V U ,. W, .,V, ,n,.--G, "' ' wuz if K 1 1 : ,VJ ,RQ r ,w V4 2 Y ,. 'F . J 'ff .,,x , W , 11156 N ' 7 - :M . . , wg' W A i yihlvy ff' , , 'ff ' 'M Q ,, 1 w--. , , .+ -in WW- f' "L fi "G'!f'lfra:Efv,,, I . ""'--1, ' " " 1 ,A-. ,j-'fl by -1,-L ff- , ' , A N .-, ff '5'-'fn' 3 , ' ,iv ,:,-9'j'V " ', 'v -Lui '. lf' 5 .IQ 'V " if f ' fl hh-'f.:',f5 'ix '3 ' 5.. 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Q., misl- E 1 U 'K s H ' 8- DIVISIO AS Division, a jolly ensemble of Sonarmen, Gunners Mates, and Torpedomen, had a busy deployment. A few American and Allied submarines suffered humiliating experiences at the hands of STEIN's "Ping Jockeys"g as the routine iyawnl sonar watch had moments of excitement. wg... 4 -Q--.ig -.xi x .I IFS' I P I f"P ., H f .Q-w4i'!' !g if Agua:-...Q in F'- fi Ollll lllll 28 1 Q Jw Y I l bu- ! an lu 1 A----M" "3.'i1i 'W I 3 1 Y' 0... "-...,,,.,,.ff """-- . , , I 4 ...MMVI A N, . yr, -11 j , 5 . ,A ix f nr, - 4 M ,w i ,,,,,,. -Wh-, M i is ,..f,," . vv- , .. ,V . K W W . . ,Q .. -Rx 'K ' ' ' ff, - N, -., 'fv ' f H paw- f gm, "' K.m,.a.4fn....Zaf5:'2:.-..' ' -' ',4,,, ' .. ,I :F .. 4 NYU,-M 3' , In H -fy' in +X,',g,.g , I-., ,,,,' - -. ,1 .. L , M E , gg T'1.. iy.,Y 1 A: jf 1 Wregfr k .. A ' -a K X ' 1 Q' z 4, 3 +4 QFAQ v 555, -MJ ,, ,af , 4 I .UP giffijlj-:Q as ux 'Q 5 5 X, 7 L I i i, A z, S. I. 3 Q F 4 4 ,L. 553+ fuk-N.: . 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STEIN's impressive record of weapons systems readiness was a result of the hard work and long hours expended by the men of G. Division. - . I ,VT ,., .. These e l 4 l K. 1 'K i ' 4 fe, ul ' ' s lu 1, F. .,- 52.1, fs 4 , 6 ff? iff' 1' ,. . V- Q. is 'rv A ,A . :A'4if 8 U ,e , -ar.: Tk Z 547 'F!E'E2,', 31 nfs- ., , 1 3? 'P lf: W ,.- 'Z' .La-f" A? .15 'Y rf, 3 ...VX FIR T DIVI IO STElN's Boatswains Mates, under the leadership of LTJG "Big Al" Ellison, expertly ex- ecuted many underway replenishments, conducted numerous small boat operations and artistically ,denti- 32 n- '-+...,Q5 :lil applied countless gallons of haze gray paint to the hull. While their job was often "thankless", First Divi- sion was responsible for the consistently outstan- ding appearance of the ship. , wp 'Ns ' ul:-ng Yi I nf x naw. 'N ' , ,f1.!w1:a '- ve? 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Q 5 . : v : 35 ,., ,ff ,-" 'ua' The Engineering Department is comprised of highly trained technicians who work long, arduous hours to ensure that main propulsion, electrical, internal com municatlons, and auxilliary service systems are performing properly, safely, and ef fggiently. Led by Chief Engineers, LT Virgil McCaleb and LT Bob Falkenstein the operation, maintenance, and repair continued on a 24 hour basis and enabled others to live, work and fight USS STEIN. --'-,,..Jp ,gi ngqk NK-.J ff X .ii wg? S 551 1 R : R DIVI IO ea 51" 'L' A versatile, and often inventive group are the HT's, EM's, lC's, EN's, MM's and MR's who make up R Division. As STElN'a Damage Control experts, these men were often called upon to apply their various skills throughout the ship. From rigging dress ship lights to repairing the diesel engines in the shlp's boats to maintaining the gyroscope, R Division personnel played an important role in keep- STEIN a safe and comfortable place to work and Ks! it X ,ak ' , , , J vs' fr xg., ' .r , A I 4. 'A +1 z 5 ns M A NAM I I 'QQ' L ,f ,..-nnfii' IIQJL ...f--,,..1--" 7 I v ,f VZ. ' r '-,cn-,d . . ..--1-.i.,, . v---i...i. '......' "3Lf5,1 , Gini-i-unfM.1 V ,I ,, , I A 35 fgs 5 :eg ' y r I v 1' ' assi... ,V ,, '?""5x '4 IW., -su .Y f if ?!f le . " , ' AL',,.f 'ir' ' " N5 ' V ' " gi EQ F The BT's and MM's are generally snipes, grease monkeys extraordinaire: in particular, hard working technicians who often lack such essentials as manpower, sleep, and liberty. While standing Condition lll watches for nearly the entire deploy- ment, the Boiler Technicians and Machinist Mates had the awesome job of maintaining two massive boilers, the main engine, and all of the associated equipments needed to propel the ship through the water. e ' , Z- I ...npr f wi 4,2 I-,ff if 5 gp -nf l '1 JJ"" S r'T'r :site X f , f 'x , 3 I x-1-........ 3' ...V -3 f X ,1 '1'-3' jf f 4 if W ' .vig , h gala, H I ? , 73 35 , 5 , ' ' Eta. 1 Q , 1:f,'4 ' Q X' xflfvi. '34 ,, V I f A " 'TE 'arm I ,"'T'1Q "".fI1l-D - im C H ll ni I 1 4 1 ....,., if ' - f .Qiif l i f i ? it 'gl 1 , M5 H4 :fx 15.113 9 , Q ff HL iw 1 1 3 - Q ':' if 12 : " f ...IQ ' 4,4 K X 43 S - Lux . '1,' , S 'QF he 'fx-3? 'F .2 f Q 3555, 5 , "ii-D " ' 'H 1 ,. .. 1 . T - A y' ,Y . , V ,. ,g ' , -' w"':' .gpg :tx :':d:':'FigiN f-Lffe-SQ 5:-QQ V , Mr- It if ' , ' 57 ff ff "Ti " 1 Elf.. 21" . The men of Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron Light, Thirty - Three, Detachment Two made up STEIN's Air Department. Under the Detachment O-in-C, Lt Bill Runyon, the "AIR DALES" added a whole new dimension to STElN's capabilities. This group of highly trained aviators and avionics specialists quickly became an integral part of the crew and assumed their portion of the work and watchstanding load. The STEIN-LAMPS Team demonstrated a tremendous effectiveness in many aspects of naval operations, particularly in ASW and support roles. in "U-'ll U1 mtg Yacjdlf 4' -Mari V2 i'iff"5f1?fi6++vM'-55' if Y 17 if .K 1- ' -I .-3 :I in .Z QI Nxt 4-J ,.. pg' f I uf . 6-ik, .. M. ,gs A NU? 5 .M 5' 'f ,E 'Vat --an X r ,, '- 1 "'iu.. I MFL g.: .J f 4 2 .xg L L af ,. .A ac' -Qt- "'1h:.-J, , gg if, X 11 47 I i K..-lj , Supply is a Department everybody hates- three times a day! With the benevolent guidance of two "Pork Chops", LT Bud Joshua and LT Reed Sullivan, Supply takes care of all the unim- portant things in life. The DK pays the crew CS's feed the crew, SD's feed the officers SH: t , s cu everyones hair, do their laundry, and sell them candy and other goodies. And last, but not least, SK's get all the parts everyone else needs to do th ' ' ' eir job. Don t forget popcorn before the even- ing movie, Australian Lobster Tail STEIN a d , n Navy Birthday cakes, Bar-B-Q's on the flight d k ' ' ec , special pay, special orders, special coffee allotments for special favors, and pigs knuckles too. .,, R V - l i 1 qwpg it -js":"l:' It ---.1 1.4. - Q.-L.. t L, L... .L ,......- ICJ. A N A . 1 'F t. ' I "' I H - t' -11. -.L - N."- 9x3 gl c 5 ? I f F755 g, .. -QP. 1 "T" ff 7 li '1 ' A f:, ' -.- -. if ,R l a Y! "ii pa. ,,'. bij' f ' fa -'iiffifmzi - is .Qi S K V " 1fFr5'2-lJJ1:N ' r , - f l - zffnpaf' ' , .- -, ,fa-"'1'4 "" wx 404' f ,ff so P I JY " f li l I 1 I o r 'f': X' ,I 3, S X" , I ' ,X v v :fl K .M , t ,gl ,ff . . " sf f' :J LJ B 'H ---Q., -i f. -f, -.Q:.qa..4. A . 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Lei M512 R 7 s W X F A ., N R' fy 9 5 W' ,U I B' ' nv xl' A 'P H ul 51, fi? V we Q if D ' 31. J 5 THE CRUI E Ns., On 26 April 1973. USS STEIN KDE-1065, with Cap tain John E. Mitchell, Commander, Destroyer,Squadron Five embarked, and in company with USS AGERHOL M fDD-826J, departed from her homeport, San Diego Califor' f " ' " nia, or her Maiden Deployment to the Western Pacific. Left behind were friends family and loved . ones, while ahead loomed the challenge of the unknown Man b ' y a oard were new to the sea, untrained, untestedf some as salty as they come, ready to mold m an and machine into a single, self-contained fighting unit. Unliked ' estroyers deployed in WESTPAC for the last ten years, STEIN was tasked with a variety of missions. All were undertaken with enthusiasm a d n completed with timely, professional results. With a variety of missions on picket stations in the Gulf of Tonkin, major training exer- cises in the Philippine Sea and New Zealand waters and port visits throughout the Far East STElN's first de lo - P Y- megntnto-WESTPAC must be considered most 3U9C933fU'- - l . ., iii?-vii . I 1 'I HMWS .9 la 'III --If Wi' .. 3 24 . .rzngf ., .1,1Q.,?'fl ., T' -4- 5+ x-w,r4,.-Q .1-"rf 14 ODHHI iii. 4 IAVHT ff' ,,,,-r rf?" ff? --f--4" 41' F' .ff J . fi . fy .-.f ,f :rf ,sf f. ,. Aj L -04... . Q' M - . 5 Wg 3 R .nf- gr . 5 - , . . X - f ' an .4,-. . 1.. - W ...aj QW 'X ' is .x viz. , xx V lk L -S3535 nk in M. an -r TON KIN ' VPIRAZ STATION X V OURS WAS A JOB . . . OF WAITING mv li, Operation 'END SWEEP' if l A.A.W. PICKET STATION w v f I I 5 I I i 5 r J f Y I 1 1 1, 1 r I --'. ,E -. W I O." ., '-w.,f L . ff -In - "g , H " "-, 1 . Z ' - '- . .,.: , 11 1, 3, , Q f.,! ,: A as ,W v N X - qwf ., ,S T'-1.191-z W ff. ,.. , 0, Juv . it f, F frx... x-vu'f?Hf"f' ' . L W , 4 'Wg F 5 Q, 'F-'1'fmwggfff',. 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' v 1 4 . v ',n v . . ,. 1 ,hu 1:5 fl-Is N JT' "T Q-mggt 4 8 1 Q Law . 031.2 pa-., A. ,J-l TG WN SVILLE AU TRALI F- -K.. r 4 ' '1 U1 0-' 'PQI N VI ., ..,.., 1.-fiom-Qqmmsf-pa,..ba-,A - 'Z .,Q.x,'. D3 I A, ' .A t' ' I :wg ,, g L 'Q who Q u.J QWNXY 'IE' wFr' L 15' tx:,W5Q 'iam 83 "LO GEX 7 " AUCKLA D, EW ZEALA 5 4. 'RSX W 22 Ts 2 5'-5 l -.I ,. .., : , " P FEEPARATIQ XXX f MZ' M5 K LJ "LO GBX 73" Longex 73 was a combined annual RNZNIRNAF Maritime and Antisubmarine joint ex- ercise conducted in New Zealand waters from September 26 through October 3rd, 1973. Eleven Ships and three types of Aircraft from five Nations including Australia, New Zealand, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and the United States participated. The exercise included operations into the Mid Tasman Sea with the control staff operating from an ashore headquarters in Auckland. Participating forces included from Australia, the Guided Missile Destroyer HMAS Perth 1381, The Destroyer HMAS Vampire l11i, The Destroyer Sup- port Vessell HMAS Stalwart 12151, The Submarine Onslow, plus three Neptune Long Flange Maritime Patrol Aircraft. New Zealand forces included the Frigates HMNZS Canterbury iF-421i and HMNZS Otago QF-1111, three Orion Anti-Submarine Patrol Aircraft plus six Skyhawk Attack Aircraft. Ships from the Netherlands in Longex 73 were the Anti- Submarine Escort HMLMS Limburg iD-814i and the Frigate HMLMS Van Galen KF-803i. United Kingdom units included the General Purpose Frigate Dido lF- 104i and the Tanker Tidespring QA-75i. The United States Navy was represented by three units of the U.S. Seventh Fleet, the Destroyers USS McMORRlS QDE-1036i, USS AGERHOLM lDD-826i, and USS STEIN KDE-1065i with ComDesFlon Five Embarked. The U.S. Ships visited several Australian and New Zealand ports prior to and upon completion of Longex 73. YD EY, USTRALIA .L- -A ----- --4 V ,Y -V Y JF ,. 3 r l IN MEMORY OF CDR JAMES P. COX, USN In With the departure from Sydney, Australia, only two hours away the crew of the USS AGERHOLM QDD-826i suffered the loss of their commanding officer, CDR James P. Cox of Coronado, California. CDR Cox died of a heart at- tack while sleeping in his cabin in Sydney harbor. Our departure from Sydney was delayed for two days, while the crews of both STEIN and AGERHOLM, numerous dignitaries and naval officers from various allied com- mands bid farewell to CDR Cox in a ceremony on the fantails of both ships. ISLAND STOPS SUVA, FIJI ISLANDS Q'- "' 'f ..- . 'A ' x, . fl ' - ,n j,v, Qi 5 - . K' .- .lf ' ,,, 11--rf .. .14 -k,,f'.-Q-.,,. 'I ,"",- ,yup-.W l- J , ' 'T " , f W PAGO, PAGO . . AMERICAN SAMOA H . 5523.- """'---u,-......., ., ,,, h I,i'qL m 1' k I, UNFORTUNATE FOR TWO UPOLLYWOGSU ONCE AGAIN WE CROSSED THE EQUATOR ii STEAMING WITH 'AGGIE fp ., . I., l -lL...., 1. Q PEARL HARBOR, HAWAII 9 Y For the final leg of our journey, we are joined by Fathers and sons of STEIN Crew members. :W . ' I I ' ' . "2 Ai In ig? ' , . f ' QI. 5 '- Q12 1. THE LAS IGHT EA J F W . 94 RETURN T0 SAN DIEGO i 3 -00 -5: in i l 'liz- 5, lil? IA' . .il-1.144 1 1' "'1'Y ' 1 1 VM ..,, 'X DFIINEPIER V. SMITH. USN f SDR WALTER A. REISTER. USN I . LCDR THOMAS J. MARTI. USN LT WILLIAM E. RUNYON, USN LT VIRGIL F. MCCALEB, USN LT EDWARD R. JOSHUA III, SC, USN LT JOSEPH F. ECKLER, USN LT REED A. SULLIVAN, SC, USN LT ROBERT F. FALKENSTEIN, USN LT DONALD W. SMITH, USN LT BRUCE M. HOELLER, USN LT RICHARD G. COWPER, USN LT DOUGLAS K. TURNER, USN LT ROBERT M. SCHARNUS, USN LT WILLIAM H. PARKS, USN LTJG WILLIAM K. MCCORD, USN LTJG GERALD T. BURNS. USN LTJG BRYCE L. GRAHAM. USN LTJG JAMES O. IMIKEI MOORE, USN LTJG CHARLES R. IBOBI SAWYER, USNR LTJG TERRENCE J. ULASZEWSKI, USN LTJG VAN R. COOPER, USN LTJG JOHN W. MCGILLVRAY JR., USN LTJG WILLIAM A. ROBINSON, USNR LTJG ALAN A. ELLISON, USN ENS RICHARD A. ROSS, USNR ENS WILLIAM K. DURMICK, USN ENS JAMES M. JOHNSON, USN FTFGC GARY E. BABCOCK MMC EDWARD L. BRISKEY RMC ANDRES CANALES JR. STCS IRA J. CARPENTER MMCS LAWSON A. CLARK OMC JAMES T. CRAVEN HMC ROBERT C. DAVIS ETCS JOE P. DOOM OSC CHESTER C. DIGGERS JR. BTC ROGER S. GUENGERICH EWC ERNEST J. FORTNEY GMTC JOSEPH S. PAPCIAK EMC SOFRONIO MAGTIBAY GMCS WILLIAM O. MOWERY BMC CLAUDE E. MYERS CSC OSCAR O. RAY BTC CHESTER B. SMALLWOOD JR. AEC HAZKIAH THOMPSON SKC QOHIN 'M. WHITTINGTON JR. RMS ROGER' ILS ABBOTT SA BENJAMIN W. ADAMS III SN EMMETT P. IE.P.I ALLEN OSSN KEVEN C. ALLEN STG2 WILLIAM C. ALLEN SMS GARY L. ARICKx AMH3 JONATHAN R. ARMSTRONG GMGS JOHN H. ARNOLD QM2 EDWARD A. ARSENEAU MM2 DENNIE C. ASHLEY ETN3 LAWERENCE K. ALLISON AWS CARL W. IDUKEI ATKINS HTS JOSEPH J. AUDISIO SA MICHAEL' W. AUFIERE MMS JOHN A. ITONYI BABBISH FTM2 RICKY B. BAILEY SFI TIMOTHY L. BELLOWS OS2 HOWARD L. IHOWIEI BENNETT SA' DOUGLAS L. BERNY IGSVJOHN C. BEVERS FTMSN ERNEST P. BLAIR BMS RMSN GARY ? SN JOSEPH , OSS DAVID A. '.IG - HTS JOHN A. BUTIAER I. n .. Ewa MANUEL C. RMS TYRONE IBLINKYQI CS2 RONALD C. CABLE Y- SD2 LEAMON C. CALLING A PNSN KRISTI R. CAPPS EMS TERRY CARR OSS TOMMY CARR PNI MARION T. ITEDI OARRIOO ATS TRENT A. CARVER SA DAVID W. CI-IEETHAM ETR2 ROCKY W. CHENELLE BMS MANUEL CISNEROS JR. BTS EDWARD S. ISAMI CLOUD FN FARNHAM M. CORNIA JR. RMI JAMES V. COVINGTON MMFN SCOTT E. CRANDALL MMS RICHARD A. CURWICK BM2 DAVID L. DAINAUSKUS ENS BILLY J. DANIELS SN WILLIAM A. DAVIDSON STI GLENN A. DECOSTER STI LARRY R. DELAUDER BTS RAY L. DEMPSEY AMH2 CHARLES J. DENTON SA JOHN G. DOMACK HMS WILLIAM M. IDOCJ DOUGLAS ETN3 JON A. DUKE MMS DANIEL A. DUNDAS MRI EDWARD O. DRUMHELLER OSS JOSEPH D. EDMUNDS MMFN ALAN R. ENGLISH SN PATRICK A. IPATJ ESPINOZA SN PAUL W. FLAYER JR. OSSA FORREST J. FREITAS HT3 ROBERT W. IGOLDYJ GOLDEN STGS ROBERT W. GORNY FTG3 ALBERT P. ISKIJ GRANOFSKY HMI CLIFTON R. GREEN BTFN DENNIS M. GREEN FN CHARLES R. GREEN BTFA JOHN W. GRIFFIN SA LEONARD L. GRIFFITH MMS BILLY D. IREDI GROSS EM2 ANDREW S. GUIDERA STG2 RODNEY J. HABURN MM2 WILLIAM T. HAILEY YN2 JOE F. IFRANKI HAMMACK FN DARRELL L. HANLEY BTFA RANDY J. HANSEL FN PATRICK J. HARRINGTON SN DAVID F. IHO HOI HARRIS ' FTG1 FLOYD G. HARRIS SA WILLIE L. HARRIS JR. RMS WILLIAM K HASS . AN SA HAROLD B. HAUGH - A S H2 IAN D. HAWKINS I ETRS JOHN A. HEAGY .. MM2 TED H. HEATH YI". i 'I'IS GMGS CLAY ' MMS GREG SN JOSE P R0 SH2 BERT R MM2 J. HEISER .. ORY J. HELD W. PBLANCHARD HQ BOOTH BORK I ' ETN2 GLE AWI RONA RM2 RICK OKI NN LD TT JR. E. JACKSON . F. JENNINGS A. JENNEKE Q LAWRENCE F. JENSEN SHI ALLEN JONES OST ARNOLD L. JONES ETRS JAMES A. JOY BT1 EARL L. KALLIOSAARI CSS STEvEN O. KAROLY css MELVIN L. KEEN SA STEPHAN F. KENNEDY GMT2 PAUL O. KING BTS THOMAS A. KINNAMAN MM1 DwAYNE L. KLEOK RM3 STEVEN F. KNEIP ADJ1 JOHN M. KROVOCHECK SN JAOK F. LANGE EM2 TERRY L. LAWSON SN ROGER P. LECKINGTON MMS RONALD J. LEPERA YN2 JON A. LESTER FN THOMAS A. LOOK AES ANTHONY F. 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