Stein (FF 1065) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1978

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STEIN is equipped with an AN X SOS-26CX bow-mounted sonar which is capable of multi-mode operationsg the AN X SOS-35 Independent Variable Depth Sonar CIVDSJ and the LAMPS manned helicopter system, including its MAD and sono-buoy capabilities. ASW armaments include the ASROC long-range, rocket-fired torpedosg above water torpedo tubes, which can fire either MK44 or MK46 torpedoesg and LAMPS dropped torpedoes. ln addition, for self protection and antiair warfare , STEIN is equipped with a 5' ' X 54 dual purpose , rapid-fire gun, and the basic point defense missile system. The keel of USS STEIN was laid on 1 june 1970 at Lockheed Shipbuilding and Construction Company, Seattle, Wash. She was launched 19 December 1970, and was commissioned on 8 january 1972 at the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard in Bremerton, Washington. ln April 1972, STEIN steamed south for a four week 14,000 mile shakedown cruise in Central and South America . In june of 1972 STEIN participated in the Everett, Washington "Salty Sea Days" festival and the Portland Oregon Rose Festival. STEIN departed her homeport of San Diego for her first WestPac deployment in April 1973. While deployed she visited japan, Taiwan and the Philippines, and participated in exercise "Green Light 73" a joint U.S. fU.K. fleet exercise in the South China Sea in August 1973. STEIN also participated in exercise "Longex 73" , a joint allied exercise with British, Dutch, New Zealand, and Australian units participating. This afforded the opportunity to visit Townsville , Ausu-alia, Sydney, Australia , rin3g3Auckland, New Zealand. STEIN retumed to San Diego on 1 November September 1974 marked the start of STEIN's second WestPac deployment. In the course of nearly seven months, STEIN covered over 38,000 miles. 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Gillett, jr. , is the son of Vice Admiral 1Medical Corps, U.S. Navy Retiredj and Mrs. R.M. Gillett of San Diego, California, and is a graduate of the Bolles School of jacksonville, Florida and San Diego City College. He received a Bachelor of Science Degree from San Diego State University and furthered his post graduate education in the Navy at the Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California. Commander Gillett entered the Naval Service in August 1958 through the Officer Candidate School at Newport, Rhode Island. Upon receiving his commission as Ensign, he reported to USS BRAINE QDD-6305, serving three years as First Lieutenant, ASW Officer and Weapons Officer. I-Ie next reported to USS STONE COUNTY QLST-1l4ly as Executive Officer. Subsequent duty assignments have been instructor in Anti-Air Warfare at the Fleet Combat Training Center Pacific, Operations Officer of USS HERBERT 1. THOMAS QDD- 833jg Assistant Surface Officer and Surface Strike Warfare Officer on the Staff of Commander Attack Carrier Striking Force, U.S. Seventh Fleetg student at the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, Californiag commissioning Executive Officer, USS WHIPPLE QFF-l062Jg Deputy Communications fOperations Officer on the Staff of Commander Naval Base Pearl Harbor HawaiifCommandant Fourteenth Naval District and Assistant Operations Officer Naval Communications Area Master Station Honolulu and most recently, Combat Systems and Operations Officer, USS CHICAGO CCG-115. Commander Gillett has been decorated with the Navy Commendation Medal with Combat "V" and a second decoration. He also holds the following awards: Presidential Unit Citation, Navy Unit Commendation, Meritorious Unit Commendation, National Defense Medal, Vietnam Service Medal with Silver Star, The Republic of Vietnam Cross of Gallantry, The Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal and the Battle "E" Award. Commander Gillett resides with his wife the former Linda Pelton of San Diego, California and their two daughters, jennifer and Dana. EXECUTIVE OFFICER Marvin J. Bucholz Lieutenant Commander Bucholz was born in Cando, North Dakota and graduated from the University of North Dakota. Upon completion of Officer Candidate School he was commissioned as an Ensign in the U.S. Naval Reserve in December of 1964. He later completed courses of instruction at Destroyer School in Newport, Rhode Island in l97l and at Armed Forces Staff College in Norfolk, Virginia in 1975. Initially at sea, Lieutenant Commander Bucholz served as Main Propulsion Assistant, Engineering Officer and First Lieutenant in USS PAGE COUNTY KLST-10769 and subsequently as Executive Officer in USS JOHN S. MCCAIN QDDG-365. He has also served as Flag Secretary and Personal Aide to Commander Task Force Seven Six. ln addition, Lieutenant Commander Bucholz has served as Future Operations Assistant on the Staff of Commander Amphibious Force, U.S. Pacific Fleet. Lieutenant Commander Bucholz is authorized to wear two Navy Commendation Medals with "V". He is married to the former Marilyn Wilson of La Mesa, California and they have two sons, Chad and Clint. 'I LCDR Marvin J Bucholz 5 EXECUTIVE OFFICER Keith M. Arndt Lieutenant Commander Arndt was born in Seattle, Washington and attended schools in Richland, Washington. He is a graduate of Washington State University and was commissioned an Ensign upon completion of Naval Officer Candidate School in june 1965. Lieutenant Commander Arndt's initial assignment was the amphibious ship USS TORTUGA fLSD-261 in which he served as A Communications Officer. His next tour of duty was as Officer-in-Charge of a PCF qSwift Boatj operation out of Qui Nhon, Vietnam from june 1967 to june 1968 Lieutenant Commander Arn . . d then served on the staff of Commandant, I ELEVENTH Naval District in San Diego prior to attending Naval Destroyer School, Newport, Rhode Island in 1970. Upon graduation from Naval Destroyer School, he served as Operations Officer aboard the destroyer USS HANSON QDD-8325. Following an assignment as Commanding Officer, Naval Reserve Center, Vallejo, California he was ordered to Headquarters, Navy Recruiting Area EIGHT in San Francisco. Lieutenant Commander Arndt graduated with highest distinction from the Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island in july 1976 and then served as Flag Secretary and Aide to . 'ii . 1' 4.4--93.115, S. gag, A it 1 1 51-gvz-:'::H. U xg., Q '- .1 Commander Cruiser-De'troyer Group ONE. He reported aboard STEIN iii April 1978. Kelth M Afndt In addition to service and campaign ribbons, Lieutenant Commander Arndt has been awarded the Bronze Star with Combat "V" , the Navy Commendation Medal with Combat "V" and Gold Star in lieu of a second award, and the Purple Heart. He is married to the former Susan Blair of Peshastin, Washington and they have two tr an :-. Q.. children, Marc and Erika. I igmmsw wi I J I I U D a 9 I n -1 gunman. YDIIZQZZIU CIN!! . ...at , TO Y STEI Tony Stein was born in Dayton, Ohio on 30 September 1921, the son of Mrs. and Mr. Steve Stein. He attended grammar school in Dayton and Went on to be a student at Kaiser High School. With the outbreak of World War ll, Tony Stein felt his patriotic duty and enlisted in the Marine Corps . Corporal Stein became an expert marksman and on several occasions saved the lives of his companions . On Bouganville, for instance, he knocked his commanding officer to the ground while simultaneously firing a burst into a nearby treetop in which a japanese sniper was concealed. Before the end of the campaign, he had singlehandedly eliminated four other snipers . The events of 19 February 1945, the day of the initial assault on lwo Jima, climaxed the wartime career of Corporal Stein. Stein's Battalion had managed to isolate the hill by taking the narrow isthmus at the foot of Suribachi, but then became entrapped in a blazing Japanese crossfire which pinned down the entire unit. Using his improvised aircraft weapon, Corporal Stein and his company commander, Captain Grove Wilkins "stepped out across Iwo Jima as if they owned the place - and their amazing courage kept things going". Corporal Stein suffered minor injuries as his weapon was shot from his hands. His performance on the day of 19 February 1945 was truly instrumental in pacing ultimate victory. Less than two weeks later he volunteered to help clear a ridge of japanese snipers so that his company could capture an airstrip at the north end of the i island. On 1 March 1945 he fell mortally wounded while charging enemy machine gun emplacements . The Medal of Honor was presented to Mrs . Tony Stein by RADM F. W. Pennoyer, jr. , on 19 February 1946. CSTEI "has been designed to embody symbols the source of the ship's name. major elements: the top of the shield are five white stars on of light bluefthe ribbon color of the Medal lofi-lonorj symbolic of the Medal of Honor, the stars with one point to base alluding to the Medal of Honor pendant. The embattled scarlet and gold fyellowj bend, in the colors of the Marine Corps, are given to show strength and honor and alludes to Corporal Tony Stein, USMC, in whose honor the ship is named. The ancient mariner's "boarding-pike" is symbolic of the seas and the navy men who carried the fight to the enemy with inherent strength. The boarding-pike is gold on a field of silver. Corporal Stein was born and raised in Dayton, Ohio. The state flower of Ohio is the Red Carnation, imposed on the right side of the crest within a field of white. The motto of the STEIN is "INDOMITABLE" . lt was taken from the citation accompanying Corporal Stein's Medal of Honor: Stouthearted and indomitable, Corporal Stein, by his aggressive initiative, sound judgment and unquavering devotion to duty in the face of terrific odds, contributed materially to the fulfillment of his mission and his outstanding valor throughout the bitter hours of conflict enhanced and sustained the highest traditions of the United States Naval Service." 5,44 E L ' , VN- gm I A fx. 1 .Wx .AL . DL. Q. W' A :, 9,1 qi --41 ,-, 4, f I V c',.,,1 HI t' -E5 vzwwfe-2. ,N L OPER TIO rr. 1, A '-r w ' . - S . Tyan., .VV .gM,,,m7i LA - Q32 9 . 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A coconut bin was assembled on the Main Deck aft of the Flight Deck and forward of the Basic Point Defense Missile Launcher. This bin was constructed upon STEIN's initial visit to Subic Bay in early February 1978. Upon anchoring in Diego Garcia in March, the 3,000 coconuts were "embarked" from LCM boats alongside with the aid of a crane and cargo nets. The next morning, March 6, STEIN sailed for Rodriguez and anchored there on March 9 while sailors pitched 3,000 coconuts over the side into an empty barge. ' .-X igg is s. it' 'BCH 3f"'3'1 L. A QQ 1-511- ,agfsgd - L ,.1 1 fann- -il lin P' il: rl! G ,ffl f A -' H- '.'. , 1 A. -, I -. gagfli 1 "HA 18' wk' :JA -, .433 SA Richard D. Abbott SN Stephen J. Abemathy MM2 Eric M. Abrams SA Francis A. Ahn BTFN Charles A. Alexander MM2 H. Allard GMG2 Clifton E. Allen BTFN Daniel T. Anselment SN Larry J. Asher MM3 Steven H. Bargman SN Dennis M. Barry MS2Antonio G. Bassalaje BTFA Jeffrey A. Becker MM3 Bruce J. Behling STG3 Leslie P. 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