Stein (FF 1065) - Naval Cruise Book

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STEIN is capable of carrying out other routine destroyer tasks, such as naval gunfire support, anti-air warfare and replenishment oper- ations. 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 com- missioned on 8 January 1972 at the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard in Bremerton, Washington. STEIN departed her homeport of San Diego for her first WESTPAC deployment in April 1973 returning in Novem- ber. STElN's second WESTPAC deployment dated from September 1974 through April 1975. In November 1976, STEIN returned to San Diego after an extensive eleven month overhaul in Portland, Oregon. She completed her third WESTPAC which lasted from February through August 1978. STEIN' next WESTPAC deployment was from August 1979 through February 1980 of which she was part of the first battle group in the Indian Ocean after the fall of Iran and the ensuing hostage crisis. Because of the hostage crisis and a long continuous time at sea, many liberty ports were can- celled but Stein did visit eastern African ports such as Mom- basa, Kenya and Somalia, Berbera. STEIN also visited Aus- tralia, the Philippines Islands and Japan as well as cruising the northern waters of the Sea of Okhotsk. June of 1980 brought the beginning of another overhaul in Portland, Oregon continuing through May of 1981. With her return to San Diego, STEIN commenced a rigorous schedule of tests and local operations in preparation for the July 1982 deployment. Deploying with only two other frigates, STEIN was able to enjoy such exotic ports as Maizuru, Sasebo and Yokosuka in Japan, Pusan in South Korea, the city of Singapore, and Subic 8ay in the Philippine Islands. The highlight of the cruise was STEIN's five week surveil- lance operations of the Soviet Aircraft carrier MINSK. Her course took STEIN around the South China Sea, through the Strait of Malacca and into the Indian Ocean. STEIN received several commendations from Seventh Fleet Commanders for outstanding intelligence reporting. After returning on 4 February 1983 to San Diego, STEIN began yet another year of upkeep, inspections, and oper- ations gearing up for the next deployment date in January 1984. ,mivmrrrurvvff 1 , iiiiiixxiiiiiiwx Wmixi i 'Ulf W' 5. r 1 , f9tttxiE QW' .- , L .. D . f .mips-V' are :fi -9 r Jig- . . 'fluff' Commanding Officer Harold J. Grosser, Jr. Commander Harold J. Grosser, Jr., a native of New York, was born in New York and attended primary schools there. He attended the State University of New York Maritime College in Bronx, New York, and was graduated in 1964 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Meterology. Upon commissioning, he was sent to his first assignment as Combat Information Center Officer f Electronics Material Officer onbaord USS NEOSHO QAO-1431 in Norfolk, Virginia. Following this, he attended Submarine School in New London, Connecticut, and reported to USS HALFBEAK QSS-352D in June 1966, and undertook duties as Assistant Engineering Officer, Communications Officer, and Supply Officer. ln October 1968, he moved to San Diego and commenced duties as Engineering Officer, Operations Officer and Navigator on USS RONQUIL KSS-396l. In July 1971, he reported to Submarine Development Group One Staff and worked on the Deep Submergence Rescue Vehicle Project, and he became Officer-in-Charge of the Deep Submergence School. I-Ie then moved to Officer-in-Charge of Deep Submergence Rescue Vehicle One in August 1972. His next tour began in August 1974 in USS TROUT QSS-566l as Executive Officer. Following this, in August 1976, he returned to Submarine Development Group One as Officer-in-Charge of Deep Submergence School and Deep Submergence Systemsf-Deep Submergence Rescue Systems Project Officer. ln August 1978, he then reported to Surface Warfare Officers School in Newport, Rhode Island for instruction before becoming Executive Officer in USS HECTOR KAR-7l. In November 1980, he began instruction for command of USS STEIN CFF-1065l which he assumed in June 1981. Commander Grosser wears the Navy Commendation Medal C4 awardsl, the Navy Achievement Medal and the Navy Unit Commendation Ribbon for service onboard USS RONQUIL KSS-396l. ln addition, he wears the Vietnam Service Medal with 2 stars, the Navy Expeditionary Medal and the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal. He is qualified to command submarines, surface ships and deep submergence vehicles, and holds a Coast Guard Merchant Marine License. He currently resides in San Diego, California. l l r l E Executive Officer Richard W. Hyde, Jr. Commander Richard W. HYDE Jr. was born in Bethesda, Maryland. He attended the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland and received a Bachelor of Science Degree upon graduation in 1968. After commissioning, he reported to the USS BLUE KDD-744i and served as Navigator. ln July 1970 until May 1971 he served onboard USS HORNE CCG-30l as Gunnery Officer and subsequently transferred to Vietnam for duty as an advisor. He then reported to the Naval Destroyer School in August 1972, in preparation for his Department Head tour as Weapons Officer on the USS SHERMAN KDD-9311. In August 1975 he returned to Destroyer School as an instructor until December 1978. He then reported to USS CONSTELLATION QCV-641 as First Lieutenant and served in that capacity until May 1981. Following this tour he reported aboard the USS STEIN IFF-10651 as Executive Officer. Commander HYDE is married to the former Anita Quasebarth of San Diego, California and has two children, Rebecca, age 9 and Trey, age 5. He currently resides in Newport, Rhode Island where he is attending the Naval War College. ln Memor O I-ITC Ronald E. Lovaas I IWIIIIIIII f II .IMIIIIIII UZ, Vfvf , I II I III I , f I I II,I I I II I ff, , I IIWI , s s ,, ,, fr f if ' i f if f i C ' -K ' mmf W, , The men assigned to STEIN knew Chief Lovaas well since he reported aboard in April of 1980. In his position as Leading Chief Petty Dfficer of the Damage Control Work Center in the Engineering Department, he proved daily his abilities to initiate action to correct material deficiencies, counsel his men, and participate in the wide range of ship's activities. Chief Lovaas went the extra mile to insure that his plans were brought to fruition, providing that element so necessary for successful shipboard operations. His desire, ability, and actions to improve working and living conditions made STEIN a better ship. Chief Lovaas' untimely death was a blow felt throughout this command. A part of ourself was lostg we will never forget him, not only for what he did, but for what he taught us and the example he provided. May 1982 X N sa. " 1 QL-RJ, STGSN sam., STGQ Maddox IL-RD SN Coker, STG2 Chapa, STGC Martinez "'l'lunllP 1... l X 1. "nm "1 X Q ,ffacx ' ' " l A I STG2 Whittar km 4 . nk 3, ,m ' -1 i 9!,V g Z. -.,x., .A ,A ii i fb, f' I 1 ,- 5 C9 STG2 Pirante 5 E f n 1 . a H K . l - A , K 5 . MMT? Swvvrs STGSN Cole l W 'ah 1' J, Z' -uf f f 7, ff 1 KL-Rl STG2 Enos, STG2 Maddox, TM f, Q? ff W ,fry-N f . Q ' 2 Marshall f ffg f 4,1 X- ! M ,, wi' i x Y 5 4 as S1 ww hz xwwwi' NMR SNWX l'NNk+Nw.,. if f Z ,, f f f 4 i f , af W X Z 4' f f f f f , g , f f 2 Z 1 f Z, X f f' 4 1 Z f x Zx Z! sg f f A . , x . W f Z N YWX f 5 A W f Z , X X' X f f W 1' h F 5 'Q A WJ! 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J., N, X4 we 0 ' I PM rf' r X 'Q I ,,,, uf- Uiightl SN Weddle In the paint punt f f Q g vw afffaf' 'F , N- IL-RD ENS. Roche, SN Melegrito U--RT BM2 Williams. BM3 Reed, BMC Juneau KL-Rl SN Hudgins, SN Coker, SN Moore KL-RD SN Speck, SN Hoffner 3 1 .Q E S 5 f , IL-RJ SN Pruitt, SN Banks, SN Regala. MH rV14K.4aq1l5-rf 'W fwpraquv, SN Brlndnmoor i Re UNREPS fp .nfl ,-,.- r Making approach to USNS Ponchatoula 5 ,www---1-41'w . . i Standing by X'Wun Preparing for alongside refueling T T T 7.4.44- , I ?W1 ,M Romeo closed up W n,, if H45 ryan U ff W: Breaking away from USS Shasta After UNREP linehandlers ,,1,,,, g , '31.-.efl.1-5',:- -taxi'-ig?-,g.,g,' I' if - W ' ' s , Engineering Engineering Department is the "power" of the ship. Power not only for moving the ship through the sea but power to keep everything running. Under the exacting leadership of LT GOEPFERT the engi- neers kept the plant steaming with no major casualties. From the steam for the laundry and shipboard heating, lighting, fresh water for the galley and showers, welding and brazing assis- tance, special power requirements to all departments assort- ment of weapons and gadgetry was provided by the industri- ous men of the Engineering Department. This department includes the machinist mates, Electricians Mates, Interior Communications Technicians, Boiler techni- cians, Enginemen and the Hull Maintenance technicians to create a group of Engineers that any ship could be proud of. LT. G,S. RICKERT fm ' 2- Aj, , 1 E x x ,. E 9 E ii 1 F f li I 1 I I s 2 P 5' Fil f r 5 L L 5 3 . :V wr 5 5 IF. F E IF' 2 u ,L E T 5 ,r 5 V i k 1. 55 tc 5 . . if i , Q 5. 5-, z L K L E l 2, x F F . 1 I P r PJ ' P. f E F1 E 5. 53 MSLB Division U01 BT2 MCDERMOTT, BT2 BARTON, BT3 RISHEL FN TANA, MMFN KINZIE, B ff NIL, MM1 NEVILS, BT1 KNOLL, BT1 LOEFFEN -Atvif J.. sift i . J. 'B BT2 HUTTO, BT3 ECHOLS, BT2 ESPENIDA 'U B 9 xl ,Q .,-af aff' T2 CASTILLANO BT3 CHESHARECK, BT3 REED, MM? FHRISTENSEN -W-f..1nmn-M-'vvulunmnonusu Y I SEQ 1.-ml BT3 CAWTHON Ik MMFN WALTER BT3 YOUNG, MM3 LUPINI, BTFN CHESHIRE BT3 SMITH, BTFA WEST, BTFN SIMPSON A 3 WSW BT3 CAWTHON, MMFN FREDERICK, MMFN JOHNSON 3 A Q I A wi li 44,7 x 5 Qwi 'X . 3 X. X f NQQN, .X X x k . x - ,, ,f w Ivy , : J Y, V QQ, ,A ,yn Q! MN, , 1: ' W Q Nfl-VNS n-.4 .A f I ,E .. ' Vi?51'x"T Swxxr, N3 ' ' XT ' , 1 wk , x A ,gwgpi lffjfw-Nt X Q, .... ms K Xi ,., X - S N' W . .VW .WIA-H-'Q .WA N , X A. 'MN h W m X ' Q Q XSW X Q x ,X "j ,, n,, . ,, ' V 5 r - 4' ix . :N M 1 N, . .,5'- , 1 Nm sw .ix 'V S Q' X K - ., ,.N... xx 5 X V wrst xswwgx x 'Wi WAN Q Q ' . fl ,:, : NX , SST ,ww , N S X Q X Q ! xQ M N Q . OWN NK JS B4 xx T ewg f X wff- k ,xv TVW1. . Zi I J V, fr H fr' N1 AW, ,QNPQQ X ,,f ,4, , X 4, 5,7 ff4fW..W, ff W, 3' f , fl . 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M-if , N 1 '1 ' 1 1 , ' I Q.. 1 'A 5 Q mi df xx kNn.,,,, -f "- -.,., ..,f' Y ir I ,L gf H " W " it , A -im Y .W,, l, 5 w 1 xc N XWXX fl ivision I, HVAP .Q . xy - MM3 Smith WWX ,MY fwf ff f f K MMFN Rhynes MMVN Kinziv S L-R - EN2 Green, MMI Nolin. Q ' ff 1' L-R - EN3 Avery, MMFN Rhymes, MMI! Ovete. Z 1-1- X K if K 3 g f ,,:,W 2 m 1, i Qwigf, X31 ,, M' 1 I MM3 Hussain. ,b V Adi f ,ww-"n .Ni k , 1 X Q A X . i :ix A sv 'N 5 A 1 si , ii E Division -:yy-.W FN A, wh ' n v ,Q EM2 Swanson EN2 Gage EMC Benesh ,r""Q . if 2 'L L-R EM2 Swmisrm, FM3 Whifling10h 1 si 6 Q EM3 Raschella J 1d 1 pu EM3 Mlhgninqgon MMS Smith, EM2 Swanson Y s ff? IC2 Baugh EM2 Swanson WV R Division U-I ww!! Q GUN! ..-2 ' QL-R1 HTFN Ladner, HTFN Bannister Q f U' - -1 s . Q 1, 3 ,,, Q Tb if X HT2 Uvslanirmm. HT3 Cihipp ima 'H-as -4 'hs 1 .. A i'J, 5, F , -n-.-.-41" I fi iv w QL-RD HT2 Deslauriers, HT3 Shipp, HT3 Peterson i 'll In 0 QL-Rm FN Fmze, HTFN Miner if 41 uf, w ' U fi' i HQH!I!.Jn1, MRI '-1aIlln95 - -ffin. . fl ' eq MRI Stallings HTFN Thatcher H13 Allen -v f' '05 fff, :K2 A Q nm 2 Q 1 e Y ff. I ' HT2 Tiffen HT1 Fenti HTFN Lewis me .""b"-N., XX HT2 Farley HTFN Thatcher Luis'-PN' , I l " h fs S -an Operations Department is t WM. ship. The men who cornposi this dlputmihl are prdirionl in voice and visual communications. mwgom gathcrklq. fill navigation, as well as electronic! to rcpal! downed radar! and radios. The various components of the operation! department me clude the Operations Specialhts. Radiomdh. Signalmen. Elect tronics Technicians and the Eloctronicv Warfare Led by LT SMlTH, Operations Department shone with a brilliant Intelligence collection from the Savill aircraft carrier MINSK. erations Department N, he elmmdbruuolttw lf M G n L1'.1c.a..x,w1-m-5 lffli H R HND 1 s .4-w"'1 d ,AI Xxx XX ry fi Q, fy Z, 'I , W1 T""" .-f' 3 ' MM L , ,,.,v4 554 P , 9' is 1. lx. , gf.. f A ,fmx UC Division B SM1 Gonzalez 1- Q RMC Nehus at work ig...,, ' ff if IL-RJ SM2 Stuff, SM3 Romero QL-Rl RM1 Gery, RM3 Stampski, RMSN Warren X ' VI I 'bm RM2 Rm' RMSN Wwe u m sw Ilrnnks, SM3 Abeyn i .-ne,--44-rw-to--ag.-qnu4.n'-.w. f 'Q ' ""' ' A i mfsg 51,5 Iffgfgff 1 ff, I I av M148 " I if ilgsm ., 3 ,L 4 54-" I - f fx ff .. W : ' f -i w if 1 n , W JW, iiii in If ' ii " ' L I, 5 if Sq? is ir 4 I ,,, A Q, A vu-M-1 1 ,ff . L Y A A ...auiill 5 A RW Ke""V'5 fefifem-mf KL-Rl sMsR Daum, sM2 Crawford S lgfn """"'?'-. KL-Rl RMSN Bridges, RM2 Rice International call sign - NDKB ' u. RJ nmsw mug, new ww some 'ibe"V in Smbo .., . n A 1 J W 'Q ,lx 'e.. up 34x34 P2 f C W fu., fn uuem RM2 Williams il In SML' 1 mwimd HM! .iurwau wwf- ' i N , f I , ' -4 Aha ppy face for the Russians gy ,,, n,,,p,n RMS!! X was J-1 gg 'J 'I E. '!'.... "'3""""'--Q an-.1 Q' -4- 0' :nib 'l 'nuff and 1,,gp,,,, A : he NWN IL-RD OS1 Wiedefeld, OSC Connally KL Rl OSSN Lawson, OS3 McCracken, OS2 Short at-' Muffy ,MW , ixaixxx K ffw ' ffwffmf K X W XQX , fl. RD O53 Bullock, OSSN Palmisano, OSSN Latta i' fLeftJ OS3 Bullock ,nf - . OSSN Pratt ,f W, , I' I .qu-X bi OSSN Lmm l 'Qs v 035' O -',,..l-D wi ' .-f' ls. n tour in Japan Q' !?, A 1 F Nbr.. fmgi, fluff Hum! 1' ffevvslsmw ..-K - ' V ' bfi-A c A" w rg, if 'ls L N...--f fi 1- . rm ,..v Intelligence Reporting BZ'S 04 DECEMBER 1982 - USS STEIN'S SPIRITED AND PROFESSIONAL EXECUTION OF RECENTLY COMPLETED MINSK SURVEILLANCE OPERATIONS I-IAS BEEN MOST IMPRESSIVE. OF PARTICULAR NOTE IS INITIATIVE DIS- PLAYED IN COLLECTION AND REPORTING, ADAPTABILITY TO OPERATIONAL CONSTRAINTS, AND ENGINEER- ING RELIABILITY DISPLAYED DURING SUSTAINED OPERATIONS. PLEASE CONVEY MY APPRECIATION TO ALL HANDS FOR A SUPERB PERFORMANCE. WELL DONE. ADMIRAL S. R. FOLEY, JR., USN. COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF PACIFIC FLEET. 04 DECEMBER 1982 - SINCE LATE OCTOBER, WHEN CVHG MINSK SORTIED FROM THE SEA OF JAPAN, COMMANDER TASK FORCE 72 HAS ORCHESTRATED COMPLEX SURVEILLANCE ACTIVITIES IN SPLENDID FASH- ION. SIMILARLY, COMMANDER TASK FORCE 73 HAS STRETCHED SCARCE LOGISTICS RESOURCES MOST EFFEC- TIVELY TO SUPPORT SURVOPS IN WESTPAC AND THE INDIAN OCEAN. AND FINALLY, THE ON-SCENE PRINCI- PAL, USS STEIN, MERITS PARTICULAR PRAISE FOR PERSISTENCE AND FLEXIBILITY IN THE FACE OF CHANGE. HER CONSISTENT, TIMELY REPORTING FOR OVER A MONTH HAS ENHANCED BOTH THE INTELLIGENCE DATA BASE AND THE WARFIGHTING POSTURE OF THE FLEET. THESE SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTIONS TOWARD THE ACCOMPLISHMENT OF SEVENTH FLEET'S MISSION HAVE BEEN NOTED WITH PLEASURE. WELL DONE., VICE ADMIRAL HOLCOMB, COMMANDER SEVENTH FLEET. 05 DECEMBER 1982 - YOUR REFUGEE RESCUE REPORT REPRESENTS ONE OF THE MOST DETAILED AND THOROUGHLY WELL PREPARED INTELLIGENCE REPORTS ON SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM REFUGEES THAT I HAVE HAD THE PRIVILEGE OF READING. PLEASE PASS ON MY PERSONAL BRAVO ZULU FOR A JOB EXCEPTIONALLY WELL DONE. REAR ADMIRAL BROWN, COMMANDER TASK FORCE SEVEN FIVE. OE Division ,RS-i H5 -fi p i I -, .. - 1 dY'1f' .al f -vP'.d'f I If' uf! yr I D pl' pl 155.-glffe ' i sf ,., i. B gi ,. Z' . 11- 'rw' i P-f..1if a-,gffl wwf' rx 'inhn 'V 3 '49 1 Cf might! ETSN Breland ET2 Bossa!! kk Ham! WWE! PRICE C 4 4 4 01 vc V 1 ,. r x ' ' u K, 2L.X Asif' wulQ"' 4' H :S U Muna ET1 Stegman w.?f f 3 - M EW2 Price U..-Rl EWI Rhoads, ET2 Reed lltlqpg ill ' ,..-' Blllll CL-RJ ET2 Brenner, EW3 Hunt 2 KL-Rl ET3 Torres, ET3 Ellis ...hun-:nu-.M 1 I J............,..-., X Division 'XC , X I V If , 3 ,A . gf ir. LTJG Mohammed Rating badges for QM, YN. PN. HM. MAA. PC- SEVERAL RATES LED BY LTJG MOHAMMED OF PNC Christobal QUARTERMASTERS YEOMEN AND PERSONNE THE GREATEST IN NUMBER. NAVIGATING THE KEEPING UP THE SHIP'S ADMINISTRATION ARE PDRTANT. BUT DON'T FORGET THE HOSPITAL C MASTER-AT-ARMS AND POSTAL CLERK. You CA GET A FAIR SHAKE FROM SICKEAY LED BY IND DUTY CDRPSMAN HM1 BREWER. LIKEWISE, O! MASTER-AT-ARMS, KEEPS THE SHlP'S DISCI STRUCTURE IN FINE SHAPE WITH INTENSIVE TRP HIS DUTY MASTER-AT-ARMS AND THDRDUGH KN OF HIS RATE. THE STEIN STAMPLICKER, PC,3 D WORKS HARD AT GETTING OUT THE CREW S M CIALLY AFTER COMING IN BY THE TRUCKLO OVERSEAS. IS IT X DIVISION OR X DEPARTMENT? X Cw L C IN 9 , E I R I A --. "JTl..?"-x, AA' lRightl YNI Kasper HMI Brewer f5tnn1ilnq Riqhtj HN Mushn k M-h,,.Q- W-W, W mx it x 1 Some libs in Japan U3-xr Right! MAI Crain -an XA ag lv- ,- ' .. nl fic ., KL-RD QM2 Heckman, QMSN Hill YN3 Chadwell 1: Exif Finm A . ' ,1 : n A i i N,,A 5 ,,,- : Looking for Yen Q 1 ' 'I A ix' ' f , issor s bffiken? Lv '1llHy..-L Wh BL SYS lJw2 "You've got to be kidding me. "You won't even feel it." sw- , "Don't mess with me", says QM2 Mathews Qs f'awa4V Mfg VQj,vfa Q' ,fif . 4, X, -5JN1' 'M ,f ,F L4 1'1" W 3 M fffsfifw 4a94xZ,gfg Iy74'w'2f ,fe gyfwf' A Iris, H FWF? Wed ng f,ii:fff n ai f W, '1Ad 1 ,f'f!f?f' 41,1 '! b i f fluff f le 4pf"f'H, ,V 'Sf 6 42" i4 f f ,f,f?1i'zf'1" is iigF"4,f" Q? x f ff' M ,ff V 1f?, fr' M fm I I f Q VA 'al' Y W K I f"! ini No, l'm not going to ask her for a date." 11 Q-' 47 i f 0-99 1 PC taking aim. X'yw ny X vu. . hr 'Hr Supply Department Fortunately for STEIN we were blessed with a fine SUPPLY DEPARTMENT Under the leadership of LT. pARKER and guidance of SKC BAKER KNAVAL ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL WINNERJ, the supply department closed the it supply and the huge demand the STEIN had for material needed on an extended voyage. gdp of From the South China Sea to the piers of San Diego the supply department provided never ending service to many divisions of the STEIN. Food, haircuts, laundry or whatever the crew, needed the hardworking personnel of th Supply Department always came through. From payday to payday the STEIN could always count on the men fron? UPP V- S LT BW PARKER LTJG TJ DONOVAN SKC BAKER MSC AMIO the L I, I, l il 's lr ll S l -. -I Lg Nt 1- ' ' 1' 5- A 'xv' .,xA-'l -N' uw! QL-Rl SKI Lovell, SKSN Hinton, MSI Delrosario 4 J J ig ..,,K Q ' limi , M511 f I sf ' KL-RJ M51 Cocohoba, MSI Garcia R, fl.-Rl M52 Uhispo. MS3 Rrvztmta, MSSN Pvnn l If-'I '. Aa ,I-14 '. 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