Sylvania (AFS 2) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1972

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Schmoll X candlelight dinner ,M 1 T' n dl., i , '-33M ,,.-f -F' X X NOT TO BE REMOVED USS SYLVANIA CAPS-2D THURSDAY 24 Feb 72 FROM THE SHIP PLAN OF THE DAY Sunrise: 0645 Sunset: 1743 SHIP'S ROUTINE: Carry out the normal inportfunderway routine in accordance with SYLVANIA ORGANIZATION AND REGULATION MANUAL except as modified below: 0600 Reveille 0630-0715 Breakfast for the crew 0800 Liberty expires on board. Muster on station 0830 Set the Special Sea and Anchor detail 0900 Underway for ammo anchorage ---- Commence degaussing checks 0930 CApproxJ Anchor ammo anchorage. Turn to. Commence ammo on-load 1130 Knock off ship's work 1145-1245 Dinner for the crew 1300 Turn to. Continue ship's work 1530 CApproxJ Set the Special Sea and Anchor detail 1600 CApproxD Underway for the Mediterranean 1645-1745 Supper for the crew SUNSET Darken ship 2000 Movie call 2200 Taps Note: No word will be passed over the lMC after 2000 except in case of an emergency. ERIE: 1. HULL SAFETY REPORTS: DCPO's are reminded that hull safety reports are due by 1130 on 28 February 1972. 2. 102 SAVINGS DEPOSIT PROGRAM: When we deploy for the Med everyone on board is eligible to deposit money in the 102 Savings Deposit Program. You may deposit your pay in two ways CID by allotment C25 by depositing it with the Disbursing Officer. The following rules apply: al Deposits earn interest at 102 compounded quarterly. bl Money deposited by the 10th of the month earn interest from the first of the month. cb The limit on the amount you may deposit is your HUnallotted Current Pay and Allowancesu in amounts of S5 or more, in multiples of S5. HUna1lotted Pay and Allowancesu is defined as the amount a member is entitled to receive on the payday immediately before the date of deposit. Pay and allowances include reenlistment bonus, travel allowance on discharge, and pay and allowances for unused accrued leave. dD Once money is deposited you may not withdraw it until we return to the states. Upon return you may withdraw it at any time fit will continue to accrue interest at 102 for 90 days after arrival in the states.D DUTY DEPARTMENTAL OFFICERS DUTY DECK DUTY SUPPLY DUTY ENGINEER DUTY OPERATIONS ENS FREMONT LTJG LEWIS SFC CHADBOURNE SM1 CANNON COM AND DUTY OFFICER LTJG MAHONEY u.s.s. sylvania, AFS-2 SYLVANIA'S VITAL STATISTICS BORN: QI JULYI9611 PLACE: LONG BEACH NAVAL SHIRYARD, LONG BEACH, CALIFORNIA FATHER: NATIONAL STEEL AND SHIRBUILDING COMRANY MOTHER: BUREAU OF SHIRS, UNITED STATES NAVY BIRTH WEIGHT: I7,5OO TONS LENGTH: SBI FEET DRAFT: 25 FEET SPEED: IN EXCESS OF 20 KNOTS COST: 22.5 MILLION DOLLARS COLOR: HAZE GREY "IT MUST HAVE BEEN A BEAUTIFUL BABY, 'CAUSE BABY, LOOK AT HER NOW!" in retrospect SYLVANIA is named for Georgia and Ohio communiTies ThaT bear The name of The asTeroid SYLVANIA. She is The second ship of The MARS class combaT sTores ships To be commissioned, and Therefore carries The designaTion AFS-2. As a combaT sTores ship, SYLVANIA is designed To consolidaTe The underway re- plenishmenT efforTs of The STore Ship, The General Issue Ship, and The AviaTion Supply Ship. The HSYLVANIAH is Truly a one sTop replenishmenT. From 25 April l965 To 30 SepTember l969, SYLVANlA's mission was To coordinaTe and handle The logisTic replenishmenT of The SIXTH f:leeT. A highly demanding replenish- menT cycle began each monTh wiTh The arrival of a refrigeraTor Type ship CAFD carrying The re-supply iTems ordered for ThaT parTicular monTh. TogeTher SYLVANIA and The Al: would sTeam The MediTerranean To re-supply ships of The SixTh l:leeT on sTaTion. AT The end of The cycle, The AF would Transfer her remaining cargo To SYl.VANlA To bring her sTores To full operaTing capabiliTy. Then The AF would deparT The MediTerranean for Norfolk, Vir- ginia, and SYLVANIA would awaiT The arrival of The nexT "reefer" and The beginning of The nexT monTh's CLQGREPD logisTic replenishmenT cycle. While permanenTly deployed To The MediTerranean SYLVANIA sTeamed l68,8ll nauTical miles during 50 such LOGREP cycles and issued over 38,25l shorT Tons Cover 76 million lbs.i of provisions and repair parTs. l:urThermore, SYl.VANlA did so wiThouT missing a single operaTional commiTmenT over nearly four and one half years. Nearly 900 ships were received alongside for under- way replenishmenT and counTless oThers were verTically replenished using The Two Ui-l-116D Sea KnighTs helicopTers of CombaT l-lelicopTer SupporT Squadron SlX. AfTer reTurning from a six monTh deploymenT To The Med on i8 June l97l, SYLVANIA enTered Norfolk Naval Shipyard, l3orTsmouTh, Virginia, for four monThs of rouTine mainTe- nance. Leaving Norfolk Naval Shipyard on Li OcTober l97l, SYLVANIA engaged in Type Training in The Virginia Capes OperaTing Area unTil i3 OcTobef l97l. She deparTed her homeporT of Norfolk, Virginia on 2l OcTober l97l. Arriving in l:orT Lauderdale, Florida on 23 OcTober l97l, SYl.VANlA conducTed a four day porT visiT To ThaT ciTy. Underway again on 27 OcTober l97l SYLVANIA proceeded To GuanTanamo Bay, Cuba where she underwenT an abbreviaTed buT inTensive period of refresher Training under The guidance of The l:leeT Training Group, following which-she reTurned To Norfolk, Virginia on l5 Nov- ember l97l. SYLVANIA enTered Horne BroThers Shipyard on 23 November l97l To undergo a re- sTricTed availabiliTy in preparaTion for her deploymenT To The lVlediTerranean. She lefT Norfolk on 24 February l972, for a six monTh cruise wiTh The SixTh l:leeT. CAPTAIN JAMES B. LINDER CapTain James B. Linder was born 13 CcTober 1925 in UsceoIa, Iovva. En1isTing in Tbe Navy in 19113, be served aboard paTroI craTT based aT LiTTIe Creek Virginia prior To aTTending T116 U S NavaI Academy PreparaTorv 5cbooI in Bainbridge, MaryIand.lHe enTered Tbe US, NavaI AcademY in 19115 and was graduaTed and Commissioned in 1949. He received bis NavaI AviaTor Wings in 1950. As a piIoT in EigbTer Squadron UNE HUNDRED TWELVE CapTain Linder parTicipaTed in T119 Korean conTIicT aboard Tbe ATTacI4 Carriers USS PHILIPPINE QEA a d U55 KEAPSAPGE. H9 L n subseauenTIv compIeTed Tours oT duTy in Tbe Peserve Training Command aT NavaI Air STaTuon, WiIIow Gro P 1 ' ' ve, ennsy vania and aboard Tbe ATTacI4 Carrier USS LE. D. POUSEVELT assigned To Tbe Second and 5ixTb EIeeTs. He aTTended Tbe Command and STaTT Course aT Tbe NavaI War CoIIeQef NewporT, Pbode IsIand, in 1959 and Tben served as OperaTions Officer, ATTacI4 Squadron ONE HUNDRED SEVENTY IFWO GIUOOVCI U55 E. D. FQOOSEVELT and Tbe neWIv commissioned nuC1GOV powered carrier USS ENTEPPPISE, During 1963 and 1964, CapTain Linder served as aide To Tbe CbieT of NavaI PersonneI in WasI'TingTon, DC. prior To reTurning To TITo EIeeT as Ifxecuiive OIIICGV, A 14 S T ' TTac auadron SEVENTY SIX, assigned To Tbe ATTacIc Carrier USS AMERICA and USS ENTEIQ- PRISE LaTer as Commanding QTTicer of Tb "SP - 'I L G 119115 OF 76", Ire pailicipcih-QI in T110 1955-06 dep1aymenT of USS ENTEPPPISE T . S I ' -A - ' ' o ouTweasT Asia vvbore nucIeur power vvas IuisT usvd in conibdi- He TITen assumed command of ATTacI4 Carrier Wing EIEIMLIEN in 1967, nfiuiriwl To IIiv VioTnaHT combaT TbeaTer aboard USS QQRAI- SHA, gm! qyqig so iff 'A s ' , . - ' C1 Dar i.liuaTr.c.I in rxiwiiaivw un ioinbai UPN' aTions over NorTb VieTnam. Prior To Taking command of 1.155 SYLVANIA on 11 lnnv I9 I1 1111110111 Linder served wiTIT Tbe Bureau of NavaI P 1 f 1 Q . ersonneI and T110 Assisiiiiii fair wirirw ui Ibn Navv 10' Wianpower and Peserve Aiiairs in Was1TingTon 15 C Ingapdnion To campaign and service rnocInIs, fr,5,im,e, 1gi,,,sIC,, lm., Img, ,,W,, Iwi nh. Niue i ross, Tour ui ver 5Tars, Two Legion of Merns, seven Iu1I?,TlIxIri,11lf,le1i ii ri WMI, I lgrijggq 5, .WI Iwuii'Tv Tour Air 1ifieda1s. CGDIFllV1C?i'iV1Af1V9.x Linder, TIie Tor'inf:r Pcilric in Weir, nn.1I grin lr-ling ,,.. ,,l,T ,,, T51 L' H iiiI1 Ixinris Poad, Virginia Ideucri Tfirr , T QIIHICI. I ii A commandmg officer v5 1 vs 2- X 'il eA'xi Q2 me .4 'gr QQ ' executive Q 3 T COMMANDER EMU. D. MALMQUIST SYLVANINS ExecuTive Officer was Commander Emil D. MalmquisT, a naTive of l-lollY' wood, California. Commander MalmauisT reporTed aboard in March T971 from The USS DENEBOLA. H ' 4' ' e quickly esTabl1shed a rapporT wiTh The crew based on muTual respect His sTay on The SYLVANIA has been h c aracierized by improvemenis in working con- diTions and overall hab'T b'l' ' ia i :Ty of The ship. Commander Malmquisi is now DFGPUVUWQ for his nexT assignmenT in WashingTon, D.C. where he will be working wiih The ,loinT Chiefs of STaff, Communicafions CenTer. N ' o newcomer To The XO business, Commander MalmCiUl5l also served i Th b'l S n aT i leT on The USS DENEBOLA CAI:-58D and USS Al.SllffDl? CAF-48h While serving on board USS DENEBOI- A, Commander MalmguisT was recognized fOr his conTribuTions To her efficiency which resulTed in her receiving The Mc-riforious UnIT CommendaTion. Prior To receiving his commission ' Th . In e Navy, Commander MalmguisT affended The UniversiTy of SouThern California where he was a member of The Phi Sigma Kappa fra- TerniTy. ln June of T957 he graduaTed 'Th wi a B.S. Degree in Pwusinesfz Adminisirafion Grid was appoinTed an Ensign in The Navy. Commander lVlalmquisT is married To The former Adeline Louis Smith of Yucaipa Cali- fornia. The MalmquisTs have Two sons - Mark, age l3, and linvicl, nge lf, and a daughTer Robin, age lO. officers E Q COMMANDER GERALD J. CARVER Commander Gerald J. Carver assumed The duTies of ExecuTive Officer on board USS SYLVANVX CAPS-QD on 13 July i972 afTer complefing a Three and one-half year Tour of duTy wiTh The ,loinf Chiefs of STaff in WashingTon, O.C. As a college undergraduaTe, Commander Carver aTTended The UniversiTy of Tennessee for Two years before Transferring To Memphis STaTe UniversiTy where he compleTed his sfudies in i957 and received his B.S. Degree in accounTing. Affer graduaTion he applied for and was accepTed To The OCS program. l-le was commissioned an Ensign in November l957. Eollowing brief periods of insTrucTion in Minewarfare and Naval ,lusTice School, Ensign Carver reporTed To The USS AOOQESSIVE CMSO-11221 for his firsT sea duTy as Eirsf Lieu- TenanT, Minesweeping Officer, and Supply Officer. As a LieuTenanT Ciunior gradei, he refurned To OCS in NewporT for lnsTrucTion OuTy. ln April i962 l.ieuTenanT Carver again reporTed for sea duTy, This Time as OperaTions Officer on board The USS BMQTON COO-7221. l-le held This billeT for Two years before Traveling To WashingTon, OC. To work on The sTaff of The Chief of Naval OperaTions. While in The l3enTagon l.ieuTenanT Carver complefed a posT graduaTe degree program aT George Washingfon UniversiTy. Every Naval Officer's goal is To command his own ship. LieuTenanT Carver achieved This goal in June l966 when he received orders To reporT To The USS llVlPLlClT flVlSO'455i as her skipper. Commander Carver is married To The former Jo Anna JohnsTon of Ridgely, Tennessee The Carvers have one son, Shane, age 141. if ll Hxgii Us As everyone well knows, The working parr of any ship, is irs crew. My men worked hard and long. l wish To Thank each and every person, for a job well done. Well le'r's Take a look aT The crew aT work and aT liberry. . . 4 , y, wa 1 4 X .. E , Y ? sailors of the month T MARCH APRIL MAY T Q T S., HT2 RoberT Parker CS2 Jeff WhiTe BM3 David Knochelman JUNE JULY AUGUST A f T J 4' as E PN3 Joseph P. Cannizarro MMS John Meinhold BM3 Donald Mc Kinley Sylvania's Sailor of The MonTh Board began iTs TirsT selecTion in May of l967. Conceived as a program To recognize, on a monThly basis, an ouTsTanding enlisTed man, The program has proven To be exTremely successful. Each monThly winner receives Three days leave, G sailor of The monTh cerTiTicaTe, and a plaque in recogniTion of proven leadership and dedicaTion To duTy. Thus, daring This deplaymenT, six men have capTured The TiTle of Sylvania Sailor of The MonTh - d I d TsTanding men of The service force. These men are prime examples of dedicaTe ea ers - ou MlMlDDJIlCAL N VIIIGATIIQN Q, ...X ..- bm. yi x , x +--x.J-X ..- M. . . , .ww- x WA V - , .. . N f' VA, 2 . , , Y 4 .suf.,-..,v-A V ' MM W f" 'Tied M '-- ,f-, -N 1 . A X 1 ,.,, ,,,,,., X.. ,W . , .-,x .F -,- . , A-. N , M' " 9 - -1' ' - "f7'1' - fP -':'-.- NW' '-L "1":N.--gf 1Z""- ' A - .,, W -Fw, ' f ? ' WM f -7-'f 'R"- ' A i,,, . W x A X Q . a M 1 -L iw-..-,I . A K K: f , .- NHWVCW' . - KL M M X 55515, - --A' i if-4, ,.-L5 1- W J- K Nav" .,,,.-X - X . ., :, ' 3 -' 'N' ff' 'e - mi?" f " 1 M '- ' X-'Kw:--- ,,, ,1:':1'- 43, 5' ,. - ' g . : ,i'7'i1',"1"'7 ff ze AJ-Tl-.2 ' Q . ', 4 'rzgfi -V -g"f...:,,g 4 Lzxf- -pt-,+A L fif' -4 -NMI ' ' 'f1':--ig: -I "ff -. 1, W ' ,Lic T. ' ' 117 -' -f I '...g:' 1: 1' ""' fr" A ' TX. 'f .. i-fzf-N ' 1 .-r'-'A 1 ig-f'11 'L ' NTI. 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These are the men who share the heaviest responsibilities in keeping the morale high. Working on a person to person basis with each member at the crew to see to it that he receives the intormation that he needs to be able to go on leave, request his next assignment or school, order his exams to be advanced, Or receive that most important letter from home are all priority for the men ot X Division. division From the day they report on board for receipt to the day they are transferred, sepa- rated, or retired, my men go to X Division for their personal needs. ldentiiication cards, leave papers, reenlistments, or perhaps a personal letter the Commanding Dtticerwants typed - these are the things my people want done quickly and efficiently. Most at the time "X" Division has advance notice, but it you have an emergency, day or night, they can have you on your way in less than thirty minutes. Each day these men start the morning att by insuring that all my crew is accounted tor andeoch night they type, print, and distribute my daily newspaper, the l3.D.D., so that the next day's business will be known to all and will be conducted on an orderly basis. The men who work more in the background to give you flawless service are my postal clerks. While the rest ot my crew are enioying some Foreign port on liberty, the mailmen are getting my men letters from home. They are otten awake all night waiting tor or sorting mail. Their greatest sacrifice occurred when they spent the ship's entire tive day visit in Cannes, France without any liberty ot their own! . . . so that the rest at my crew could enioy daily mail service. department . fl- ,. 4 2 2 T 2 ,T "AcTing Personnel Officer" CWO2 l'lighlonder llii Morning "Bo Jive" l3Nl Tuhmon -A LTJG GuTer - YN2 Mefzler N l3rodUCT of posT vvor nosTolgio SN John Schmoll Serving Time behind hors. l3Cl l3eTerson - PC3 Brown Never con soy goodbye PC3 McDonald T 0 Q1 , Q T4 if X.'. igiii Crnon hud's, sign on The doTTed line Sl-l3 JC. SmiTh - PN3 Joe Connizorro The Thrill of vicTory The ogony of defeoT The vvhoT'9 Transfer of Cdrgol PN3 Griffin Y if xtxx X X' i ' f ,, X . . K pk s K is il I ' K 5 Q 1 Q K l . K i ll x . I T T X' I 6 , . v I . V ' 4? .F A di . 2 ,.,,3- ' 2 N 5 l wi D fx x N f '-af ,M Hflnce upon CJ Time There was . . . H YNC S. E. Boil ,T Ei..LLLI..l.i.LLLVlSi PC3 Mike McDonald L. iff' W T T xgvj gg Mi V Do, vvho's goT The gun? is This Tor reoi? Someone knows how To Type in John Schmoii, Honk Tuhmon, ETCS Ui-iover, X DiViSiOV1? - Rick MGTZIGF LTJG GuTer, YNi Boker. -L .,,, Service wiTh o smile. HoTcher 84 Griffin "The devil mode me do iT." SN Rick Perez Icfing '02 I 1 I I '31 I.l!l I I I IM. IMI I I I 1-Si If I I I I f I l I I i I r I I -, I aa MUST I smiIe? YN2 Me-fzler ,wif .rf ff 4 1 'IEHQ V 4 3 Ilya.-,W--" ' '11, ,ff . I ,b -ff isy C ff :ij .51-, V fl .. ff -' " iii , , . I fr ' , , 19 ' , I a' QV I V I lQzH7,gMl4 I-TJG D. Gufer ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER Vienna, Vo. 'Sv ! x I I .1 .,,, Sf!! lk Xt .lv YN1 G. Baker PCSN G, Brown Ontario, Canada P ortsmourh, Va. x .5 . I M. .S F -A , I gre' X f ffivwk - w' I X-w tjng 55-15515 - A N . . I f Emi -,. - ,s -5 " Y ' Y ff...',7gQ, '- X ,x ff...3g l ,Q K R. Metzler E, Perez Hialeah, Fla. L for good. HA HA HA I'Ie's IirmIIy Ir'-uvimg The Life of Boker fimrrimg YNI Grunt Boker 1. a .F . 4 2 " - I' . I me I '-W , RQ I I .- I I gf I. I f ' M YINIC S. Boll INIOVIOIIQ, VG. f ,VV ,,,, f M.. , I 4rzf.,,..' f - I 3-M 4 f -.,M.yffJ:'?, ' 2' iyfxwi-QM-L f--mf ', 2 Q x , df Q Z af ,. , f ff' 2 2 if I Nn 4 flf' ,Aff W 'X 4 L ...ww , . f . V fi ' ' 2" 5 Qi J ' - .. H' . ,V - ,, . 1 5 I a a Iaaa ra- IIII if j"T7l PN3 J. Cannizarro PN3 G Griffi . n PC3 0. McDonald Ronkonkoma, N.Y. Waurika, Okla. Seminola, T CXHS GMGC J. BeiIby 7 I rf- I Dr Il l? I - ' I Emu wt Q . hmm.: lg, A XS I ' III I ff PC1 A. Peterson SN J, Sch 11 mo PN1 H. Tuhmnn Fairview, Utah Wilmington, Ohio YN3 R. Wesmervelt Illinois ia, ETCS T. 0'I-luvef Woshingfon, IH medica Fl' . '17 O 7 'K , 3, LT B. Novak wg.. ,Q im- MEDICAL OFFicER U Oqufmd, csiif. ima, B , HMC l.. Palmer Rapid CiTy, S. D. l 4 Williamsport, Ind 4 V-as Aug, HM3 R. Drum Monroe, La, HN R. Torres Brooklyn, N.Y. "Remember, Tom, when in doubT, cuT iT ouTl" The Medical DeparTmenT of SYLVANTA is charged wiTh The responsibiliTy Tor The healTh and T iT was sTaTTed by a physician, an x-ray Tech- Sflfefy of The crew. During The i972 deploymen , l d T r smen NOT only does The deparTmenT VllCl0FT, Ga operaTing room Technician and Two genera u y co p . TreaT The sick and iniured, buT iT spends a greaT porTion OT iTs Time Toward aspecTs of l3revenTaTive ' iTaTion inspecTions of messing, berThing and Medicine such as medical lecTures To The crew, san Working spaces, The ' ' ' ' ' d TanT evaluaTion OT our waTer and food supplies. ' ' ' r illnesses or injuries during The cruise, in SYLVANIA has been TorTunaTe in having no malo ' ' ' ' T hereToTore medically TreaTed DGVT due To The early inTervenTion OT The surgical knife in a varieTy O ThroaT The rnoTTo OT The SYLVANIA Medical De- dlSeases such as The common cold and sore . P0rTmenT always rings True, H A CHANCE TO CUT IS A CHANCE TO CURE' adrninisTraTion OT immunizaTions an cons ili' A V, A, g W y J g ,""W "Would you osk Tor o bed resT chlT T from This mon?" "CUT olong The doTTed lines, Rolph. "His unselfish dedicoTion To his work is in The hiQhesT TrocliTion of The l-lospiTol Corps." ll l lT s eiTher The oppehdix or my cigor buTT." Oh Nlommo, woiT Til l geT home vviTh This onel "BUT The orrovv's in my hook, DOCl , ., navigation division X f 'Q' V QM3 D McLain QM3 xx Sfgbg QM3 P Green g A T T gi f 'l LTJG s. Aim NAVTGATOR .larnesTown, N.Y. ff X The NavigaTion Division, headed by LTJG Alrn is responsible Tor The safe navigaTion of The ship Through any ocean and in any weaTher. The auarTer- masTers aid The NavigaTor, and Officers of The Deck in such areas as: weaTher observaTion, compass and TaThom checksg Tide and currenT inTormaTiong and The plaTTing of navigaTional pasiTions. ln ad- diTion, The QM gang keeps monThly and weekly carrecTian inTorrnaTion concerning The hundreds of charTs and publicaTions necessary To keep The ship on course. The NavigaTion Team is skilled in boTh ancienT and modern phases of navigaTion and piloTing in order To answer The ever-presenT quesTion, "where are we?" l x gn- f Nor 5' ..: -vflikfif , gif-hsw-A 61" mf .f .ww -mn mv may .4 . 'A 'M .of W 51 fn DMG Ki i ,,' gi ' 'f 'A ,J I Qlqlm in ,,., ml 11 .4 -1 . " s-"5 ' ,M ,I W b , , ..-., Kr", Q, f if . . 'W-Z 234737 ' fiiwgf 1 ' ZW -.,',-:ff 1 lqglilvll V l aiu. if ll.T R. Dell i Fufasr LIEUT ENANT Alexandria, Va. CW02 l.. l-liglwlander Sl-lll3'S BOSUN Norfolk, VG. 1 1 5- , ' , A :f v",T.n , . H f s 1 Ni' 4 nj? , N ri.. 'Inna BMC E. Eckley lst division UL!-, rg l I ENS R. Fremormf l:lRSl DIVISION Ol:l:lCER MMQQPN L-- a aw W is: Wk ,ai GSR1 SSS X12 5 A 1 XX X i A W X X - ss X X X - . 4 K Q ggi f- x K.,-N -- 1 :avg a : H . A QNX X ffm My I X, 5 Q A X: V ,z f BM2 A. Jackson Baltimore, Md. BM3 D. Barnett Pontiac. Mich Q L BM3 H, Crump Owensboro, Ky.. Y I 71", Q-:L BM3 G. Starrett , Columbus, Ohio if A BM3 A. Wieland S. Euclid, Ohio 'I .,.-fx BMI H. Bloomgren Norfolk, Vat FY ' Liixisffj X BMI J. Torrens S6 Norfolk, Vat. mlm K l N . N. N 5 gf X petty officers mf, .- .23'2.1..-. "THE ONLYTTHING THAT I KNEW THAT I DIDN'T WANT TO DO WHEN I CAME INTO THE NAVY WAS. . . PAINT-CHIP-SWEEP-MDP AND PULL ON A LINES . . . " - -In, mat" 5 I , , BUT THEN AGAIN T"IIIflIQIT'S ALWAYS . . 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N' f P ll lx 'P rug S 4 a it , f I 'was 'i Z' A t - 1361 r Q, if K i , - 2 ,Q 'ffl r , f 1 r ' 'fl - f X r l' l I ss. T -I f . f ! ,- X' 1' f V x,,. X"' A ,QR 1 lk-' E N -xL. l X X B X S f Es. Z A I r . at is v P, f K 4 A 1 1 l f! ,,, f R X . L.. 5 'Ng fl.. u . 'L' T .if X1 K Q I I S 4 .7 .,.. , f 5, 4 ff! ,jj S ' r, R 2531 A " , 5 Ki X9 ' fx xx.x. I, X ,J by 7 sp- . X. s A J K fx .J A .4 f R. l -X X , j XXXX X Ax. -A f A xiii y , . W A l i 1 ff Ng' xl BMSA D. Marlink Holland, Michigan SA J. Simms SI. l..OlllS, Missgul-i SN R. Neely Augusta, Ga. BM1 W. Henderson Shrpponsburg, Pa, BM2 R. Akins Tunas, Missouri BM2 R. Sharp Denton, Mafyland BM3 D. Pride Cleveland, Ohio BM3 R. Royer Erie, Pa. BM3 J. Mclnvale Woodburg, Ga, BM3 D. Knochelman Park Hill, Ky. BM3 R. Patterson Orlando, Fla. BM3 D. McKinley Pittsburgh, Pa. SA T. Collins Thomaston, Conn. SN R. Whitehead Medina, Texas SN LQ can-mn Winston, N. C. SN R. Peters Fort Dodge, Iowa SN R. Shutter SN I. Bogle Atwood, Tenn. SN C. Tolbert SN R. Sterpka Cleveland, Ohio SN R. Kulpinski Point Pleasant, N. I SN T. Kite Columbus, Ga. SN L. Brown Cleveland, Ohio SN C. Clausen Brooklyn, N. Y. SN J. Wiggins St. Petersburg, Fla. MMFN I. Burnett Warrenton, Ga. SN K. Jenkins Philadelphia, Pa. SN V. Williams Simpsonville, S. C. SA L. Lewandoski SA H. Middleton SN D. Ray Gladewater, Texas SA W. Lumba Brooklyn, N. Y. SA K. Brown Salem, N. I. SN ll. Awtrey West Point, Miss, SN M. Albert BM3 C. Miller Philadelphia, Pa "Wl1oT ore you reading, Richard , l Yo see, There was This ch l4 . . ." 14. U55 "WhC1T'rhe hell?" WI . U: f i C. I + ., Q SLU My W w I gil! 14,1 , L 1. I -, ew 556 ii vu!! we 522+ ii? mga, - 3 4 ' , 'A' ': Q.fff ,Zi,,, XX M L, , f ,ff rf V , fa 716. -ffiiwfffw X-Jiitv M-N' AK Do WHAT To my wofch pocket?" 34? 1 'E ,Q sf TryiT,yOU'H Hkeiff' mm . ik 1 vm ff 1, , wp iii? 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If X V Mx " ' V ,ff ff w WWJWJWQ4 W' X M -frfff , ' W 5 T o 6,,3,,,i ,.., if.,NM,W,,,4,,,,,M QM gig , QW, .M f , I '.,w, ,ff b 2 ff if ,X Z I "Le-T's gef sfortedf' S I ', f 9 'Uh boy, UNREP1' ,w, Q ,Qf Ls, rf XJ 1' I "Digi1l" ,-1,4 1 B 1 Q 'gl-I R -, .ml -ex.. : F" x il 4 4 'T-' tj: 1 i V 1 K . 5 if 4, I F 3 rd division .V ' sunny- is 1 v ., W Q 1 LTJG P. DeWiTT A GUNNERY OFFICER . F 'L ,L 4 Norfolk, Vo. 1 2 ,L YP""1 A . '- , . 5 N . f J N .- 7 i i i 1 " - - .. 46 lf it' ' W 1 num. I K I , A Q ' ii i f 23.1. 72.7 i i 1. K W , A GMGC C. Mcnheny i i 5 3rd Divi5,iQm'r, pr'ir'm1ry fmlftlfm I' ifv !f1f!lIlif!IIl fin' ffm! 1v.i!a3H!5OCGi. 2 QUVWS Gnd OSSOCiOfC:fi iirrp "f!f'Iilf'I 'f1lliI1IIJflI1. THE IIXXHFJUTVIHI. I Wi VKX!! IW IMMI IWNIE l Y , , . . . . ITS Tl-ilii",F Mlfffif I I fi iHIf'21 lf'Wlfl TIM! V I X N mmm, 1 . FTGC J. Greer A. PorTsmouTl'u, Vo. 4 - fii 5 i --.,f., i'Ai' 744' 174 i f ff ' . ,'V' 4 , i i 1 i if f if" t 'ffl " MQ? "'iffWi,,C,' ' ' i l ? , y I ' V i 1, if-if EV! - . 'ln V . . . f f fi A-1ff NJ x f 1 3 X K i I 1 GMGIG Hulliber i .11 . 1 f , , ' F . - he' ir get TGI J- Kcmmerer I-1021. Huw l.Ml.s R, 4 lun.. f.M1.X I. I Hmnuer UMGB R' Ham is i . . fffff' i I ,i V. Qffimii L. 1 4 1 I Q ' A hu., .iffy j. , Q i ' ,,,V7, ,M V 1 3, N K . Q GMG5 S. Luz G y i . G. Gay rv . ' k' ' I Milwaukee- W' . PHA I' HW" 4Mvv f 2 mx-.f f. 1 . x1c,-A lwfii W GNWN 3 'v ISC- Norfull, xf, i ' HM 5,5 ii-1. ,,,,,gu4Vl ' 1-r.A 'H-1545.531 , ,,..WW' ,y N an 'Wim 7-H ASX ' 4 .- -fs. ' ,T , 4 f . K f M T a AV 'fl x "U, , f -49' twlniv' ' 0 1 ' I f X .f " 2, rx' A R ! 3 .', V- AA E ' 2 J ff 7 A I 'AQ f J I '1' Vx L C , 'ff' ,Z ' fgff , rf. -4- I 4 f I AW I W' fwifgwefif I ffayfy 1 -if M V! ! -4 . -f-Mp' rr MMC R. ATTord ' Norfolk, Vo. gang The ouxiliory division of The ship They work To keep my ouxiliory equipmenT such os The Winches oir condiTioners reirigero ion uniTs ond oir ond Tresh woTer sysTems cleon Some oi Their mosT imporT0nT iobs ore To supply my crew wiTh fresh vvoTer Tor drinking ond cleoning purposes ond To keep my supplies reTrigeroTed Also They see To iT ThoT mv crew geTs To l:leeT Lending by The running of liberTy l3ooTs while l cm onchored ouT. f X T King of The Winches ' ULZQQMM E H - I I f I , LcDi2 H. I-linkel 'mio B. cgidweii ENGINEERING oFFicER AUXILTARY orriciik BolTimore, Md. 'W' 5 5 4, ...,..r iv 5 t Ig? A 4. X ,li J ,M LW-a.'xi 2 """' ' U I. - , A , -IAA MMCS B NorThGm King of The AC UniTs Emergency Diesel for 31 y ei ,-1 5 EN j. on Choban, Gerald, Gahres Winch Repair Team i 4 Fuel Transfer MM3 A. Gibson Columbus, Ohio , ,"',L zz 7 is 9-2 If. 455 Uv-1 - fa 'J' 'T FE , Q -L EN3 J. Fisher 1 1 tra V .L i MM3 G. Berger Winona, Minn. h A 4 r I Y xl V I fs w' r H71 1 f . E. 1 's.... ' W 2 9 Q Y A f 11 MMFN M cam-5 r c 0 MMFN K CH11nIY,V' Aston Pa Mathews 0 ,fr I .fy . f MMFN A Fhoban If! -gl Murray, . MR1B.P k E -' Kgr er - ft A I . Berlitz MM3 C Gerald Cerro Gordo N Liberty Boom' K gf' N EN3 R Butterfreld o r 1 :Jig X, M, f I B MMFN D. Pinnick 1 Bedford, Ind. Ni. as 4 . Liu? i Cargo Reefer Watches MRFN G. Simpson Boise, Idaho , I FA M. Preseaulr FN J. Robinetre MMSIL- Sffiflgham kasbufgr Vermont Baltimore, Md. Lewrs, N- Y- EN3 H Smith Tatum, N M Y , v Transferring JP-5 l B, K l l xx l l 1 'S- ! E l 1 l , L3 wul " ll 1 r :L G Emi l l rlnle nelo refueling derail. Mr. Fuel Tesfer :mlm 'WSE OU X 90 X, Q do Won- L. 00 a oo-r g X s. X fa ' N XA . X 1 EVAP Worclwes l l is D X Qi AY ix l l elp le1,. l Taking on Wafer V fi ei K, ,EF 1 f v re fffigflg l l e L 5 g, Ei ,.x.-. 1 is.. Ag FV 5,13 . .. 5:4 .art .229 BTC F. Polk Norfolk, VG. .? 3, ...l 4 , -lf K BT1 C. Nicholson Elizabeth, N. C. l . Y l BT2 D. Lewis Norfolk, Va. division -1 BT1 D. Bundrant Norfolk, Va. S l z rs., QM ,li f ,M BT2 A. Hildreth Memphis, Tenn. Well, mer1,1'r s like This We-mzrvjf If The Cl'uefseesTh1s he ll lull us vi .W-M' f A BT5 M. Hoak, JT- Stickville, PB- ? f' 1' 1 'iiin Remember woy hack in The old Navy .... BT3 K. Ellis N ' 'Z '42 E or -1 . ffflhm-Xi BT2 D. Cochran Midland, Mich. --hui Jw.-Sung BT2 Cochran IS In Chorge gf PMS In The fureroom 1 5 E Y 2 I 4 s 5 You forgot To do when?" as A I . id urn: FN W, Smith Providence, R, 1, 7 M M vm ' -ft , fl' f , iraq ', M ,f u M - rf "M , if! ,Vf , ff ,fy 'l BT3 I. Patterson Stafford, Va. I . J , ,, tif or N N ' FN G. Bialkowski ProSD6CI, Ill- if x mntro Pwr I I x X ,- Q u rv, L,, t . V d n r , X Q f W V -vm-. I . S V , ' ' ljwli INR ,W ' I ,. Wd .. ,4 ,, 1 FN C, Bumes Houston, Texas I U! X BTFA R. Mundy Laura, Ohio 1 . FN M. Hilburn Mesquite, Texas "Heavy? I Tlnaughi if was welded To The floor!" 4 ' Q BTFN D. jenkins Noblesville, Ind. x 'J J x .,". V A ' 1 FA W. Christian Richmond, Va. MM3 N. Perkins joppa, Md. ,fu- "A BT must stand a very alert watch! Z f. 'v I 4, Aff yi I 21 " 1f Wf?::l:f1'22f4 AA'vA , Q hw ff' my 1' EY!-4' fuiqf. ' 1 -' F ,,V, ,. , ' I ?, ' , ? "-,, ' W , fi Q16 If gy JZ! ' ,pi frwff, if - we '-I 1'-I EMC I.. Bradford CWO2 I-I. Dencm E DIVISION OEEICER Virginio Beach, VG. division Comprised of EIecTricions Moies ond Inferior Communicoiions Eleciricions, E-Division is responsible for supplying eIecTricgI power Throughoui The ship. Their responsibiIiTy exfends I0 moiniencnce of The TeIephone sysiem, complex gyrocomposses, olorms ond meiering sysTGmS, Winches, forklifi Trucks, eIevoTors, conveyors ond Iosi, hui cer'roinIy noi Ieosi, The proieciors Gnd equipment for showing The c:revv's movies. They may be known To you more iC1miIicirIy os SYLVANIA LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY. 9 . I in X X -sii me N -wi... Csiooi I iff so 1 f' s I. N '41 ffiiif 'al I , 'IIB'I'Y V A B I ff I AJ as SV 191 J- Carter EM2 B. Wilkerson EM2 D. Thomas EM2 w. Vandiford EM3 K. Amen Dzllwyn, Va. Summerdale. Ala. Racine, Wisc. jefferson, Ohio iiiin ,4. if Am A ' , A, Z ,. , J ' f, 'A sax hx .A V 47 - T, ' 4 x- gif X lm J' Caughey IQFN R- Bathke ICFN R Kohansby W1.s. Raplds, Wxsc. Gold Hill, Oregon C3 D. CaSCY . in-octorville, 01110 N 1 Q rm 'V 'cr 7 :L E ,am -f 5 1 , f V , 3 . f I I 1' 1 4 1 6' '4f?1,v Q K my Z ,Qf X ' , A A f EM2 S.Caswe11, Jr- EM3 J- Frauen EMFN P. Roiz EMFN R. Roya Manchester, Conn. Elizabeth, N. J, F2ifm00I, Minn- 4Q? 22 2?z W2 I V1 .:,,A f I , 7 f . ll 1' f , V 5 EMFN . T 1' FN R. C1 0 t FA D- lml-'Son J erz lno R' Holt Jamaica, Bristol, Conn. Jeannette, Pa. 1ZXs ll If 0169 ll lllll 'S :fr 629 le, I xl ,Alf La ,ff Aff X f X 'jg nf lv division LTJG J. Franks, HI MPA Porf Lonoco, Texas .. , " i is iw? -,A, , lo 1 O n i. .. N i -L 'if' 34- W X O f i f X., 4 o 4. K- Wi' .1 1 - Q- 'sl iiii . 1 . 5'-f . O ,O .. MM3 J. Meinhold MM3 I. Luff MM3 F. Johnston MM3 D. Frame N. Babylon, N. Y. Palmyra, Nebr. Erie, Pa. Pasadena, Md. X, O ... my , "' 'ii 1 h my -...SW N.- J g oao. . T 'Q' M" MM3 R. Lau MM3 M. Laferriere MM3 T. Barton FN I. Bohrer Toledo, Ohio Joppa, Md. Plain City, Ohio , as fs N . - X C: Fr' ,f::f, .,,. . r , . f 2 . . 4. fi K Q .4 1, KW A ...gr -"' .J I 63 ,wg Ki, --ff T 1 f.. l Q ., .cg X FN F- Befff-rv? FN D. Infanger MMFN M.Massingill FN E. omko ' Conneaut Ohio Long Island N Y Pleasant Clfy Ohio -Z 11 E yL MMFN R 931181111 MMFN T Tracey MMFN P Soderman FAJ Blocker Livingston N J Ft Smith Ark . All K K4 - 43" C54 , ' t J, A K . Y. .., ' V ' . N . o . -, '- fin. 3 ' .. f A A A 1 - T . Q X If 1 f g W 'im YGOP1, BUddY Deer Som br "ThoT's ITV' Sheff Bearings .,,, ,f V 1 U. 3 MW. ,Q MQ , , 4 if 99' , If .A G X 1 U . 0' 7' w f QW 1 4 7! f . .' m, P! y fff .41 ,Q X Wu! X ww-.,, Q ' The c:ompOrTm Hey Joe, wonfo buy . . . ' our mmm In enf. v ,,....ad"l a f f 7' if ' Q J -- h ,, M "Local Yokelsn "The Gong avail "IT was There yesTerdoy!" "Shifting L. O. Shoiners 1' I! ' . " !T: 1 h f .. -1 h h X f I ,XVI I N 'J A I A i A A 2 , 3 J ' '4 Q I lil" 'Qi' 42 i fm., "v, 95 A h e h " 'J ,W 1 1 . I h ' Y f - W. I fi ' " Q, , 'T' A 25 Q.-f .Break in on The Exmpgr- A A ll :P Xvhfqlwr 5.-fhli! 13 Uiyths LT D. Dome! DAMAGE CONTROL ASSISTANT Muncnesfer, N. H. r division HT's iob is never ending Cycle. I Qllvl 2 HTC F. Chodbourne Kingfield, Maine ef gf, V 'Akv - ng,., HT1 A. Grac Silver Spring x 5 4' . fan 5:37 .4 1 3 n, f-ff fy ' 1 HT2 R. Warren, Parker Ohio . 5 , U if ,, ,pq " ., ,.- ff '- 1 n nz PM X 47 A 5. ' 4 . ! f HT3 W. Egloff HT3 C. McGregor HT5 H. Dunahoe Danville, Va. Red Springs, N. C. -1 . Q, :rm J. Shepherd llurtvrsville, GH- 'dl 'Z Wag QV' HT2 E . Mus selman af, f ' if gg, 5' fl' Q 0 . , I my ,, V' HT3 C. Lenig Duacannon, Pa. X 3 , f ? .... 1 1 lv . 7 L-J - . .. , HT3 M. Sproul FN F. Srock Isabella, Okla. Ransomville, N. Y. r--44 N 54143 I-swan 1 1 -gli f 'ai ! If w N M xiii' r 7 4 5 'fl HTFN W. Thomas HTFN L. Campbell Maryland Z? v K , 7 f 4 1 QD MAATII NS 2 U ,yew L 1 K Z M, ,A X -If Q. . . Jw --.W ka ,,-wmw - X .,. , x -way f , : -was-. 'ff-' ,rf ' VL. ' mn x 'MW-n " au.-.af Y . Nm . QQ , swf' .N x fm,-w .K ,S N X , A , . X . x . xv QQ - K In :Z f ' 'nk . . 'N iff ' xx f . K if L V I I x A Mm "- ggi, . f K' Jg,x,:.f A ' Q ' If H , , "' KA .. v,, , fwfw .1 , .F f I, lfghif " .wx , ,g , f 4' ' . A 1, I 1 uf!!! , . -- .," . JA , it - .,g,.. ,J-W.: A W f if " q Qi V .v-. "" l"""""'l xiii. I M ' 4 i Ji ,gunna 1 whims if. ,F z! 5 V., lg' ffii A ' if Q f- Q Tgiffei sl' 4 I vfmhs., g I L - J CT i M L ...T S l:ronT row: Dave Bishop, .lim Schreiber, Bill Yarbrough, STeve STanislavv, Gary Werner, Don Bass, back row: Mike Miller, Mark Lord, Gerry Sherlock, Don MacDonald, Thom ' Burns, Greg l:laherTy oi division I THE RADAR SHACK, Nerve CenTer, officially known as CombaT lnTormaTion CenTer are all synonymous names for The same place and .XI W. l ' ln apply. Here The Qadarman hangs his haT To shoulder many responsibiliTies mlb' and is oTTen called upon by The CapTain for Timely recommendaTions and ,lj ff, A accuraTe inTormaTion. His iob consisTs of sTanding radioTelephone and LT M, Cuminghgm radar surveillance waTches, operaTing various radar scopes and associaTed OPERATIONS QFFICER elecTronic eguipmenT, assisTing aircraTT, aiding in navigaTional saTeTy, Lynchburg, Vg, and mainTaining eauipmenT To The highesT poinT of efficiency. ln bad weaTher and aT nighT, The Qadarman becomes The eyes of The ship. ln addiTion, UC gaThers, processes, evaluaTes and disseminaTes radar inTormaTion, inTelligence reporTs, and all oTher perTinenT daTa ThaT bears direcTly on ship's operaTions and Those TleeT wide. Highly Trained men y working TogeTher as a well polished Team becomes The criTeria for a Top , ' raTed Clffg lisTening, vvaTching, and Telling all. Yes, The Radarman is a li yiTal key To The ship's saTeTy and success. Who needs Rqdgrmen? We all dol Q A lf cc-, ' . ' . -f 4, NJ 5' c TW .7 , I- ' X, :I " in - RD2 G. Fl h I RD2 M. Lord RD2 G. w RD3 T. B S'gTEmSlOW a er Y Penn Yan, N. Y. Tacoma, galil Fort Waynllejnfnd. Vlrglnlo Beach' VG' A' A ' -,. l . l A I . , V V A 1 fi V,,, ff , U , in 5 ',",,l -lu ,i 'W 0' " , Q . wi. Vg "U-.H l g55.i3,.s..- 7 . T 4 T' ' f ' ' ..'.. fx RDSN D. Bass RDSN C. Bishop RDSN G. Sherlock RDSN D. MacDonald RDSN W. Yarbrough B okl n, N. Y. Malden, Mass. Richmond, Va. Albany, Ga. Sidney, Ohio I0 Y -, , . A. , "P "1"x. :T wr.. pf- T.. . L' ,,,,,-...Wf .ww y s I . 'li WW 1 Q "!"Y0, ,o :fa ww-Q. 'Z' ,M +5 ,,V ,Q xi f Y 4, M1511 A Ii"i'lli,a SA 5 14 Q 1 . ox BJ X fl ff I! I -1 .J K f fe, , F X Nw:-3.3 if f. ,, Q19 f . f' se -,f-iz, 4 ig'-A' y f 1' ' f ' J ENS E. I-Ieberr OE DIVISION OFFICEIQ I.ee, Maine sl' dual' M 2 X is 1 X -- Hg ETN2 R. Love Norfolk, Va. ET1 Parker if 41 nv, 1' ,ly .Xa QEXK ., -' we ' 0 ' o ETRSN D. Tilley, jr. Baton Rouge, La. - 1 feeh, x, 47, YN3 W. Allen Washington, D.C. . I .a:"fz 1 . in f Q1 R ETRSA K. Ducker Baltimore, Md. 'sv we .if , I I rl , f, 1 ETN3 B. Barnes Massena, N. Y. e"' wx x W7 Xi i SN E, Anders Woodbridge, Va. ETN2 Klein ETR2 Pizzolato If 5 . bw'-" Fl '-I Z U-7 -4 L O D UQ UW O O Q- f ' I - .- lf is the obiective at this organization to have all electronics equipment assigned to the Cperations performance at all times, and to take immediate steps 49 10 rectify any deficiencies which may arise. U N 4 The leading electronics technician is responsible g ' N Q forthe administration and operation ot the division v Aj , t 3 i 5 - and the training ot personnel. g vii? Radar electronic technicians are responsible tor' M 9 t in an 3,2 , ft any equipment designated as radar equipment. t 4 E E ,L Z t , Communications electronic technicians are 5 responsible tor any electronic equipment designated Q yy ggg Q ff? i Q as communications equipment. L., A VERY irvipoiemnt MAN 5 t Lett to right: Ell Parker, ENS Hebert, ETRSN Tilley ETN3 Barnes, ETN2 Love, ETRSN- Ducker, ETN3 Longgood, ETR2 Pizzolato awww-"""'f 'E QJQ "See dat?" "Testing l - 2 - 3 " A-H "l see you." "Turn me on!" L ,fa N-an-Q--v HDF' W Depomnenl Operating at the designated standards ot xg I ll Qnly love .. H "Mn 'T' in cJc'rion." Dig in. Here if is. Turn To. Affirmot ive." 5 v li omg Up. "Fizz The Pirate." "Short" "KiIl"' wi, ye E ii ae Q., it N s 'Q af' e ii u if: 5. "Per OUT, mom!" ee. l me v Jil' 0C division , .3 '- III CWO2 I. Clfmoudoirm COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER NorIoII4, Vo. 2? ii I Q lm II 5 , 5 Q , 3 Q if xr, F 5 2 1 E E3 I I bv" f.,.. .....,, .. . ,,, . , rf ,WW ,, 5 Q"""'Mw-N-WWW...,IITYWWS "" ""' ' ff" f-MW "'U ' 'f"' "W -1 'M ff ' M'--uf V, ,,,, 'xffgii' ,. Q.,,Q,Q.,, I I -Q-'A v -IMQ --QQ I,.I 544. 'W'-"Mwlw . I I ,X.,. ,,., ,, AW in MSW' va mf, t f ,I ,T I ,,,?,.,! 3 ,,,, ,,,,, X, J, 'fr ' ' ,,i,. I , fy' 'wiffffff -'E K ' 'Z' , , Q f K 4 uf' f I f 'I 43 W' 5 I zf l if ,A ,QW ,X I, ,,,,. ' I - ,jj wt Q5 ., X 'Ea' ' f , c ' IQ f L A ,A 1 ,, - g W W! W I yi .1 , , H if is --uv fa My J! 5 I ui K f wf 14 . W 'f ' 'V , S .y ,NX M VV I Q ,, ff fi , , ' " ' 'V M , I ' VV 1? 7' e W ff, , y L, 5 , I I , ff A ' , ' . , I aw f I' I M ,Qi M , rf r ' - -' 1 V I 1' 1 f f 7n..-- -W yquv -' 'Q V INV ' ' V ,,... my .V Q :ff ,if g SMI B. Caniion Fort Gaines, Ga. SME Simpson Ol' 0 , 3, d S' I IJOTI1 working Toge-Ther To OC Division consisrs of Qodiomen on :gmc mem bring obouf smoofh commurmiccfions befweerw ships and shore smrions United Smfes Navy. February 24 To AUQUST 27, I972 of The new - .I A X R X "Wl'1o'r's wifh These guys!" X BX X ,Z A fine view. SMl B. Cannon PX .of ,. wi-Sw , V . -ff-wif, ww ,f"15f - , lx' .- 1 17' y f, . fwf , ., . . A , fwy., , YW ' ,Q X 1' A Aki.. 0 . 1 K f f, ,z ,Q 'hwy w , -y1?S'i1'k, 7 , " ' I of Q e - , W! . Q,-15. ,,,..' , , , ff I Iam V SMSN M. McBee SMSA G. Rockefeller SM2 G. VanVranken Sr. joseph, Mo. Central Valley, N, Y , ,ff A ' Q . J" my , .4 we Q l. fizwwv I -' SMSN N. Barnes Olean, N.A Y. wfssxwwmx rmxwxwwawwcv Thoug hTs of home. ' ' S I Q...-h . we , 'Y sf Q7 Q y N My RM2 G. Boudreaux Franklin, La. , link., - - 4 n4k3M1xNWN4? RM3I.Dwhe Norfolk, Va. MQ, f 2 f , f , f 'ff f , QQ fp, , .af f, U if-4 f fbi! f 'gb , gx ff - f f 'J f f f 5 M f f f f 'mi Nl? s R SU PIPLY 1 X 'f - ' ,f , f , . yyfyi.-:A V 4-Ayfgwvff , 4 A LX kf'fff4SMwfzw-wk .M Wy, , I, ,f .f , ,, H M ff , M I. 5 :hw ,KAZK , ffm? x Miva, . . f f ,.,.fWQw , xffgj y f QW- M, f A , N nf - N, ' ' ' Q 4' f ',,,,,U ay fmwff fp., ,, A "V L4 'Z f f, , , I ,ff LQ, , A S, .Q 2 I Y 1? V-f gmgfm' My N., 54" ' 1 2 9'- I f '54, W M ' .fm t K , , , "1 t Mn' yfp,3,,,.p..,1,edi 7 ,- V f, ,v., .-W, ,N ll 'v 'Q M 1 " , '. ,,- pf-r33i7i' , 9. ge' M , ,xm , 3'. 1 W, M- V .43 W "Lf , ' . 1: ...sf s-1 division X. 1 IL. --wi - ,ii - .J I , I V 1 f f' ' .:,,Y X If Iv I lm, .ff xo f -SMEL- CDQ G- IW-,Ore CDR D. Fizenlwoefer LCDR J. Johnson FORMER SUPPLY SUPPLY OFFICER ASSISTANT SUPPLY OFFICEQ ST. Cloud, Minn. OFFICER AIexondrio, Vo. NOVTOIIY YU- I . . Ag ' , N Q N- N . f . I .33 I II I J. f . LT C. Schmidt CONTROL OFFICER Lansdowne, Po. Look! W5 Dfinfing in Chine I HI I4 " ' Iq mewlwereln now IT S In GFS SO - I. V , , -3.3. .. ew.. 5 C P -., 2 1. . '- , ,,,if,-.nv F EY 1 'Q Q., Q Z CWO2 J. Fczircloth S-I DIVISION OFFICER I-IeIIo ?I-Ie-Ho?" r Km . K' l S '41 8 Q'-. A haw.. ii J SKC F. Lock DPC D. Zimmerman Sioux Cify, lovvo Q I ,. .g y hx K 1 ,xn xx I m v fi Xi 5Q Nm m. 5 Q J! mm m, Q R . ii lvl ri U! Ax.mm DS2 H. Doty DS2 H. Bertram Springfield, Ohio 4.-.. w 5 SS '..-10. uae, E3 s 1 - 'ii' R'-n,y. Z . R SKI li. Lawrence DPI E. Harsh Sr. Pr-rcrsburg, Fla.Minerva, Ohio U t 8 'lv A '14 SK2 R. Olson Everson, Wash. SK2 R. Harris Baton Rouge, La. . A ,.'i f , .. i . i... . 4 . Q! A f ...m i ...m . -ff X' ' ' V .,.. . .V iiml h R R i 'I r R V DP3 N. Sullivan SK3 R. Monson Evergreen, Ill. Independence, Ky. ll ll down, 2410 go." F , "WGS Thor 124, or QM?" x,,, H- , DP3 W. Geist SRB B. Salamon Eu. Kansas Brooklyn, N- Y- 'S' gf: , ,A rr rr ' l lil!!! Mu XIII, 4 , w r in X as X X v , wi X gg... jg: U Q . F? 'si fb X , Vi x X f .1 X W .. Pi lm ,Q .1 ,. -' x-o f ' - ' I 'v -...f ' ,s . -J... pod - 1 W, il x V , 11 'R . l so IS, . 4 l Q Q - 11.3 2 xi 1 . . . DP3 D. Bolrz D.P3 G- .Anderson SK3 D. Howell CTISN R. Elfofd DPSN F. Litts SKQN B M M h Reading, Pa, Sioux City, Iowa Quincy, Ill. Dover N, J, c a an .X EN .MQ x. X -- . S1 SS x ,X Q: V, r Q gr l w I ' X xx xg xv xx N X A'-'xv SM' ' ' rx, X X55 1 f I .X ,. 5 ..y x N f l rl .E X . Q 4 X f XY n XM " fl, A5 411 k X X ! W. X : SKSN R. McDaniel DPSN E.St. Clair DPSN V. Pletnick DP3 W. Berry DP5 D. Chase Cincinnati, Ohio North Haven, Conn. Hazelwood, Miss. , , l-leor no evil, see no evil, speck no evill , ,i ' ' f Chan ' L. -A ki-F Il 5 1 f A , f ,ff 4 Q W 4 One ond one IS TWO Hllls finally riglwfln aff XAWW A if. f ff .Mg,v1w4- ff ,lf 4 fa Why con T This TypewriTer spell?" s-Z division FY ' ,f ,mfr A3 uw. . .A A lb ' . ' A4 I . Ttwx V. 54 ,V,, . .. .Mg-. .-.W , b b X' ,qw Qfvs 5 ' H .M g ' , . A g fa "ff V .vs ff' S .- 'Elf 2" 'i j f. fa , yi-f' , ,J . 1 A ll X . i . , i LT D. TVGEEF MATERIAL OFFICER Virginia Beach, Vo. K , 3 " f .M-j QW C if 7 ff - 7 . . ky , -V. I f A ' f W. Z SK3 V. Anderson Foley, Minn. ,f 1" ji ,Lf . - , K f xx .j, Q lui . ., X M F. . V 2 Q7 SK3 T. Schaub Mitchell, Nebr. SKCS F. Foiofo Norfolk, Vo. l-TJG T, Kefie-riburg FOOD SERVICES OFHCER Son Diego, Calif. if . . ' 'V I. ' X . .I X , J 2 H A ,, y iii. -.. xi J Z f SK3 L. Mitchell SK3 E. Caracas SKSN P. Tuttle SKSA H, Tolman SKSA If Smith Philippine Islands Winston Salem, N.C. Pocatello, Idaho Southbrrdgei M355- 7!2 L .V Zi 1 - 'V' g V . 1 fi ,x ji Q 4- yi ,Q . 11 . ' ila. - 1 " f ... M L SK3 C. Sentz I McSherrys Town, Pa. Camphcllsvillc, Ky. Ar-kworrh, Iowa Charleston, 5- C- SK3 G. Werner SK3 G.Montgom0ry SKSN 9 Cornell SKSN S. Williams f J ffl! if 4' VW4 ' f' 5, . M I !V.!!.7! W ,V i I I I ' . My , . A. 4 M., .Xf A A Nl Au-J I SKSN L. Green SK1 I. Lowe S KI R. Lambert sm R 1 - 1 - ' A i L ' Adams V- D i t - . ,UI khart Shi I , Ui, SKSN i. mcennes, Ind. Livonia, Mich. Wav:-land, Mig, RiV,.m,n, Wyo. Q .,.i.2?Q1.g,,a., 1 S 4, 3 41 I 55 . M 4 , 1 mix tria k 4 r N A 5 f. fi , Q R , 5? ' . ' if i+2az . ' 1: s .'1 y+afQfa -H' Y-' wen L I .. ., Y. .1 Q' Q ' iii. ' at dr K ' N D. F' her SN B. Hoye SKSN I. Orzel glglinghaml,sMass. Chicago, Ill. f r 'E Ls -E Y! s. ,. L SK2 B. Colwell SKS R. Mair Phoenix, Ariz. Glenellyn, Ill. Q S, L i 'Q X , I , 4 4 K 4 V U 4 Y X V Il . . . - N17 Q LLL'L.xx- K il --" . .. fx. L. .. .. SK3 S. jackson SK3 W. Rarlief SK2 S. Robinson SK3 L. Bosric SK3 L. Harrelson Brandywine, W. V. Eufaula, Ala. ww . ,. 42 . , M s . . A , 1X A173 i SKSN M. Baber SKSN I. Fields SKSN M. Stankunas Hamilton, Ark. Kansas City, Kan. Philadelphia, Pa. Bossier City, La. Tampa. Fla. H 4' if SK3 Muldrow ,,.,,,0.,,ffm.,,,,,,,,.,,,,..,..,,,,,,.mf..1... ,. ,,., :fp , ,.,,.,, , 7 ,,.., , W, .V Y fw -,,fv, f -V H , f . W. W H, , . al H v A .dai Ugg. rsgrifrxsxssiiiiriws rf 1 a iiii322li,i2Ei?i2ii r r , is as air - isis. ?y2s3Sgli3i?gi X ' .55 Rss . 53? f f Q' fgiiiiiQ2ssi32si3ss?s n n if 1 is X- I ,x,, w 'r 2 llii iii n Ig X Eggs gif in ,1ai'i5f? rw ggfsi x vriiiiagiiasw , .. r fa rrrr, ,,,, Q f ff 5 5 n lU?W3ffgiEii3 ,, ff ' e. . a for r so Q ffnvr A Fuffflfilf 1 ' l W ri Y f fix' fr lenxfvmwwaw y ! . i so 'P Q: Q - - N Km- wx vi dig 3 lair i.:'. d42'2 'hifg a r h fwi 5Ek7Nii iff s 1' NX., r !! i Q5 - drift. ifHiiw,i1 5J?al . n , ' f 'F is r a f r+.f.-,avgfs H1 I ag fl as . 3 , M ,uq.kEgirr3?i?g3i HU elllifxn-on X N G'iY ,sr .Q 'C i 1? . H ll fs a . . I E l , . r 5 i li i 3 1 Q 3 l i l v l I 5' v. w' i l 2 I l l 2 rl X l l , il i 5 v r 4 l S s I r 5 rv - -'nrfvwai 1-lm il 2 1 1 2 K . sf" X Ixos, 5. J I PI'1ase2 - eau Wm new" Naples, here we come." No, Ramsey, you can'T have 6 aces in 5 card sTud." Don"r send ANY vermouIIm." 'I Said Change I119 To change ISO." HOVIIY 2 YGOVS Gad 6 months 'ro go "AI'1!I-I-Ilsendif To IwoId I." "SI-IORTV' f Whaf do you mean, have I got a license?" A . ll HBOO On "Who caIIecI me a yard dog?" HQ!! , Hgfgging -Team alfa, man your sTaTiorm." tit: - - f :.: w 1-.. "Wha'r? Lockhart s working! "WhaT's a conveyor?" "Noor1ers are great! " Dear Playboy Advisor ., , ,,,. 7 . I W J i ,i p rm' A , , , 2-ww, ...X f , 'Qi' i ir "1-' or 5 i yy., is ,I L ii , ffjf ' Z1 M W, J QA! , 1. M x , 4, ,i , 51 -9, ,A 15? . -, . f V. 1-9 . , , , , ,I I i A .... fi f ' 4 ' 5 Q 3 . "If he was your hold caprain, "Making Third class ism'T had after all you wouldr1'T smile eiTher1" A lun ZZZZZZZZZZZZZ. "S-2, can do!" H " F' h ." HIS mm YOU, MG? Fresh Frozen is er iw 4,7 wwf ,X .xi Q PM .. f v -' Y 1 X 5 'J 1 , I X f. X 5 X , x . - , J ...A XY X xg N: PSN Q. iw X X N W K X X -. 4 , ...X N , kk x K xx I X 5 W' X . 5' I V 1 X A ' 1 'A-. .cw T X l 1. I Vg V' 2. V . ' ' ' ff - Q 1 'FQ 'Tvvpx 'u A 5 , 'fl CSCS H. GunTher ' ' CSC L. Evans If 4 If ? u If I 2 fw- I5 1' J I ,I N, 1 X Ii I r V 4 M V VV Xff YQ? E Z I . ya.. M , r , T f f CSI D. Grinberg CS3 B. Brightbill CS3 E. Armijo CSSN D. Muncy CSSN M. Higgins I-eb3fl0f1f Pa. Garland, Texas Colo. Springs, Colo. is 24 T fr 3- , fav, T 1 M, U llr A , A . , J, I V Il V T A J A ' '.,'., . f " gl , . A 1 .YW T ff C , T X T 7 "" 7 CSSA R. Tre.be SN F. Latter FN A. Suszka SKSN P. Galligan CSSA S. Kxonmiller SN R. Zurl Amhefsf, Wxsc. Jackson, Wisc. Bellerose, N. Y. Glendale, N. Y. "The purpose of The general mess," as defined in The BUREAU O F SUPPLIES AND d M ' Cor s enllsTed personnel wiTh a ACCOUNTS MANUAL, "is To provide Navy an arlne p d ' e of The daily Tood allowances as well balanced dieT by proper preparaTion an servuc: auThorized by The Navy RaTion Law." ,.,,,- -4 division e , 1 ' L.. f if W ,f Ada.:-,'41..f, AVI T T I T T sf , V SH1 I. Tisdale Norfolk, Va. ENS W. Pierce DISBURSING OFFICER l:orT MiTchell, Ky. Laundry and barber services for The crew are provided by The personnel of S-4 Division. ln addiTion, The ship's sTore, ToUnTain, soda vending machines, and cloThing and small sTores are all mainTained and operaTed by The ship servicemen of S-4. These TaciliTies are rendered as a service for all hands on board and as a posiTive morale TacTor. LasT buT noT leasT, a subiecT dear To all our hearTs land vvalleTsD, The disbursing clerks Take care of everyone's financial and moneTary enTiTlemenTs. 1 K x in ,.. T X? Q X in sniff 1 - if E -3- 1' X - Ti i " ' is T iosyo ,T T H Q Q T .ggff :TT T if ey sssio f X T is 4 e T TT 1wcT. g NK CN wt ' X T 1 rl - rf ssTT1Si0 ,Q SK W T' was T - H ve f ' T 'X s xc X eu K - 1 L is s 'Es ' ' . 'sf-f'xfT iff V, SH 2 R. Vitiello Uniondale, N. Y. SH2 T- WYFY SH3 D. Stredwick SH3 E. Cardenas SH3 T. Curlee Kansas CIW, MO- Saginaw, Mich. FX 'X K.- i .cs.., I " ' T r s,s..s K 1 T I T T T' T mf A nf T ,, ii A f' 1 ' 'J TW f ii f f - J Tn..s.cs 1. x A SH3 M-, Page SHL5 R. Prys SHS T ' i' ' Memphis, Tenn. Norfolk V , ,N M. Rogers TN J. Holland v 2- Rlvxera Beach, Fla. Detroit, Mich, DKSN J. Hagen Hoffman, Miss. Nw' , ,gr 7 "Slack Time" ww f f,ff ffv, , , Z "S.'Z.5O on ,The ouTside." "Who'r9 Me vvorklu Three grifs. MAY an "l3oQe's Bomique .. V, . if ,HI-ley, Joes." A 91,91 X I I FEI. ,aw K ,,, A N 3.1, .W y 'iff iw' . . eef A Q .,. A-M L W f I, X , i v - . x .V ,VVZ V .S 1 . u f I A 'I UAA x U 1. Heckie ond Jeckleeg' "SUIT ond Peppef- "I suffer everyday." Y i i 5 4 i i i 5 "All right, everybody smile." i . il " i Q X x 1 I I X if x ' i , . Y I "lT'S CIIVTIOST chow Time. ,, W , A 2, 7 f f 7 fff'W gif, ' , ,.X, "NoTl'iin' up my sleeve." 40-me ,e,y.f v H501 0 sei." ll ,, The laundry crew, HA! Q , .., ,f --A Q , N-:..,1.-niiunf'?...., ,, Q Niki' "The Gospel" naumfz-Q-n1m1n..-A-,,,-ww X MMM.. , ,, V, "Quickie Wickie Skivvy Service fi For "Holland's Seven-Eleven." "WnaT's so funny?" "Nickel bag, anyone?" " "Arnie Flies" A .4 AMW' Z '-if 'f, ffffkifff fWfWw" fffmf ir 2 f if f r M ,fre "The New Navy" "ArTisT aT Work" f 4, z xi ..N4 ,kxxh N f 2-9" if I' .4 I ' N. uma.. .M igpqydqy Sfdkesh A ' ' "Foreign merchandise is cheap." D nw -5 division The sTewards of S-5 Division are The keepers of officer's counTry. ln Their ranks, They have some of The finesT chefs in The Navy. ln addiTion To The prep- araTion and serving of vvardroom meals, They are responsible for The cleanliness and general appearance of The CapTain's sTaTeroom and sea cabin and Those of The officers. TheiraTTenTion To deTail and svvifT compleTion of duTies assigned To S-5 enables The SYLVANIA Officer Corps more Time To devoTe To Their primary duTies. -NOT only are The men of S-5 found in The wardroom, buf many have collaTeral duTies during unrep, verfrep, sTaging and sTrikedovvn evoluTions. VersaTiliTy and hard work is The key To success in S-5 Division. U ,'5ff2l'l:,, ,AJ f, him SDC R. Willis SDC V. Desagun LiberTy, Md. Virginia Beach, Va. , ,M J My 'V f pa. J , r K, A, ,, Vyfw . , K , ,, Q I , , V :V ' .-' g X SD2 R T1ong TNSNA Versales TN K Larson Phxhppme Islands Brooklyn N Y Rosburg Wash ,4 WMJK f mi- 1 L!!! -ma TN L Caracas TNJ Castro TN A Sales TN B Madison TN C S r Phxlxppxne Islands Phxhppme Islands New York N Y Blommmgton Mmm M SVUSY unnsvn e T , , TL VVLKA A A Vx - .L AQAT T l wx Q-:L A -I T T or T i X, .. 5 .'i' ,A J -Fr 'xx f - ' i If ff ' fi X Lick? ,,s.' , 7 fi ' Q Q i QT! T "T ML- 163123. 2. 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Set Flight Quarters HC-6 Det-7 Departs Set the Special Sea and Anchor Detail Divisional Quarters on Weather Decks for personnel not manning Sea Detail Parade the Moor Berth stations. CUniform Tropical White Longj. Honor Guard 31 NAVBASE NORVA COMSERVRON FOUR, MISS NORFOLK, MISS HOSPITALITY, etc. come aboard and inspect Honor Guard prior to meeting Captain and crew. WELCOME HOME Liberty Call 1245 Dinner for the Crew Commence Holiday Routine 1730-1830 Supper for the Crew 2000 Movie Call 2200 Taps NOTES: 1- GY00miDB and Dress: Portion's of the Commanding Officer's Memorandum dam! 4 April are repeated: nwgathwe are looking fOr iS a Squared Away SYLVANIA sailor Cincluding offiCerS an C iefsl who will be a credit to himself and his ship both ashore and Onlxmrd Now this term nSquared Awayn means different things to different people ' S0 what we are t ' ' rylng to dO is set down a set of guidelines which we will all be expected to follow.H At All Times: Eairg sideburns, and beard will meet criteria set forth in Z-GRAM 070. That gfgwiilfoffliltge neatly Combed. tapered in the back and Sides, with no half S e tops of the ears. S d b ' b 1 the lower edge of earlobe or have a NPO k h H 1 e urns will not be grown e ow at all times. There I C.Op effect. Beards will be neatly trimmed other W d must be a distinct boundary between beard and skin ' in , e Of SJ trimeed and Clean shaven neck and cheeks. Most personnel with or without beards are ex ect d Holiday Routine. Th P e to trim or shave every day including Sundays and ere is no excuse for othing makes a man look more unkept or unclean a scruffy face or beard, n . , naw- , 15 1. 2. -'V ' vertical replenishment There are many methods currently in use to replenish ships at sea and in port. VERT-REP is the transfer of stores and provisions by means of "air freight." The H-116 Boeing helicopter of which SYLVANIA has two embarked is one of the most versatile rotary winged aircraft in produc- tion. Sustained by a flight detachment of lil enlisted men and six pilots from Helicopter Combat Support Squadron 6, aircraft lo lRopeyeD and l0 lBruceD have moved a remarkable tonnage of material in port and at sea, good weather and bad. Requiring closely timed planning and accurate staging of the flight deck to accomplish the mission, the men of HC-6, Detachment 7, and those of the ship's company supporting the operation routinely provide superior "Service to the Fleet." On SYLVANIX-X, men of the Detachment and ship's company await the word to launch and deliver the goods, because when you care enough to send the best, you send it by air. "NOW FLIGHT QUARTERS, FLIGHT QUARTERS." .. -ff Lrmcl liiuolaeed up, 1l'i63 helicopter is gn iq. receivnrnmg ship. i N The Seo Knighr hovers or 3 To lU feel To hOOl4 up pennonr. 0 6 presto cargo transfer! !! lmogine o delivery service provided by your locol supermorkei Thoi delivers 4000 lbs. C2 Tonsl of food on your doorsfep or one Throwl y 6 E 1 J Anrcroll courier suspends fllghT OPGVOT' being veriicolly replenished. The man CLSED directs aircraft lo for pick-up of i""' load. The hook-up man stands ready. l 2. 'I , the load is off the deck. fleet grocery delivery service!!! 3' After hook ap, rnan makes a dash for it before Aircraft lo labors to clear flight deck of SYL- VANIA. Weight of loads vary from l6OO lbs. to H100 lbs. fkfv 42 , . an .R rs-'if-k ' ., i fl" ,. f S. Deck tally staged, vertrep begins. Aircraft lo hooks up to first load. Elevators lift cargo from one deck below to flight deck Cforegroundl. .bmah- 1 uw I 1 n-sq Ki ,A -J., r Y: , ff- l 4 sqm? .Q K underway ., F' ' .....-.lr V A ,-i x bl 1 ,W Y N r V I cf -YL r' x 1 1 0 wg U X X X 2, ' Q A ' f' 3 - fl , 42.0 . , .,,, 7 ' - 6 If 1- Y, ,,,rf W 'W K' f , . ,Wg , " ' f' w. fe XJ, fy rfff ,Qi 3 . ,,,, I 1 fx A , NK W qw X .M Mil 1, 0416 hw Au: ,f gg replenishment ! To ...T F'f"tT?? Q 1 1 Fi 3 Eniyirryf Tiya, is has is UNREP or HOW I FOUND QUT WHAT DETE,ET,TVlJIhE UNREP DETAIL., THAT IS, SET THE UNREP it USUOH- I en the crew hears that word passed over the TMC, is es Y. illgnals the beginning of a hard day's work for what SYLVTIIHE Y GU all hands evolution. After ali, unrep is what H b and the six other AES ships of the Mars Class is 0 Bout. 'Q 401 Pl'Ovisions, etc, all of it and more over the side l' - ' 'jg Ijrleethunlts deployed in the Med. It's a lot of hard work 9 Q 'I e stations and breaking them down when the day is cl ,,Zr:Z,,,o?eCk ond SUPDIY primarily work the stations moving GT fantastic rates. Not only accomplished during ff ff ' Y4 3' U Ml ir. It 4. 'E 'fu THE SYLVANIA WAS ALI. ABOUT daylight hours, unrep, especially during times of conflict, is a nighttime process. A great deal of The work for a "hit" takes place before and after by the members of the staging and strikedown teams. And, indeed, they do put out the work. At any time the IMC blares it's assembly call, HSTAGING AND STRIKEDOWN TEAMS ALPHA, BRAVO, ETC, MAN YOUR STATIONS," IT AlN'T EASY as the song says, but when SYLVANIA is finished and ' a part of the unrep team, you know that you've put in a you re good day's work. But that's what it is all about. v JIJB' I ' 1 I, T T if if ' V 5 M L1 91 ,V A S2 3 1 3 .1 I1 ii Vs 3 Si ii 2 -4 1 3. :X nur ,,.4 9 if 'Z ,X 4 X X X X X xXiSiXX X X 396 ff XXX XJ, 3 ' fi Q9 XX KXXXXX X X M XX N X XX .X XXX XX . X X XX X X X N X X X TX N 2 . X X XXX : X X XXXXSXX X AXRXXXXQ XX XSXXSXXXX X XXXXST X 'TX Y-XX X V XXQXNr X XXX N XX USAF! X , X X X X XXXX , X X if X XX 1 X XX X X-TXJXXQ X E 'N'-F5N4X wzkx Xivwfx . AXQX, ,XSXSX 92 XXXYNXXKHXXX XXXXQXXXXXX X X XXX X XX XfXfXXQX4X,XXfX.,XfX,X XX , X , X 'XX QXQXQQX f X3 X XXXQXQSXQXXXNX AMX 7 5 ,km NX X XXKX X-f,Q, X X XM f X 4 XX X, XUXQQHXXZXQXQX X XX XV, X0mXXvX MJXQX, wXXf, WX' X1 X,X2X'gX5S1 X XHXX ..X'f.Xms ,XMXw,XX5Xv,,X , XXXX4-315, ZXQXXNXQ, g X 'XX XX E X XXX-X XJXNQSN QXSZXWXQX5 1 XQNN XXXL 5XNF'xX-X XLX X2gX,Q2x,X,X,XX: 'X X QXXXXXLXX. XX X X ,X XMQX kXrjX,,'XjgX X Xffflimk 3 K X X X X ,:g,,g:.X5. X X gg X ,VEA Xa X , X XX XXWXM I- X XXX. X IINXX .X X' lv" .XJ My X XLi4XX'f""' T iff ,ff Q Slwx- ff 5 525 :S if MIX A,-'- lf Xf' V' A if 'IJ' ,ff jg fx? "' ,... M,-0' .ff ,X X,-ff -'ff "XI,f I X"'s':n.f4" -1' J, ff- Xf' NI X " .wi 'J' 'mx . ' 1 T Fx , :mg T MIDN R. Larson MIDN L. RieTropaulo MIDN N. Solczor The many services rendered by The SYLVANIA during her deploymenf in The MediTerranean were noT limiTed solely To members of The SixTh EleeT. Erom mid-June unTil early AugusT, The SYLVANIA served as a Training ship for T4 EirsT Class Midshipmen, six from The Naval Academy and eighT from NROTC uniTs across The UniTed STaTes. The Universifies of lllinois, NorTh Carolina, NoTre Dame, Renn STaTe, SouTh Carolina, and Virginia, as well as Rensselaer RolyTechnic lnsTiTuTe, were represenTed on board. The mission of midshipmen aT sea Training is To provide midshipmen wiTh a pracfical working knowledge of The Navy and of The specific ships in which They are embarked and, according To The MANUAL EOR MIDSHIRMEN AT SEA TRAINING, l97f2, if is The Task of porTicipaTing ships "To Train midshipmen in fulfillmenT of The Mission . . . To indocTrinaTe Them in life aT sea in The Navy, To familiarize Them in all aspecTs of shipboard organizafion and The relafionships beTween various groups on board Navy ships, and To develop an appreciaTion of The leadership problems and opporTuniTies of a junior officer." The officers and men of The SYLVANIA performed ThaT addiTional Task wiTh The same skill and disTincTion ThaT characTerized Their primary supply duTies ThroughouT The deploymenT. The midshipmen who will be commissioned as ensigns upon graduaTion from Their respecTive I colle es nexT June relied heavily on The officers and crew members for informaTion necessary Q 1 To compleTe Their aT sea Training Journals and always found The aid They needed. h h ' ' ' ' ' w ic Midshipmen Liaison Officer, Ensign R. E. Eremonf, esTablished a Training program ' enabled The "middies" To spend a week in The Engineering, Supply, OperaTions, Deck, Navilgafion, and AdminisTraTion DeparTmenTs and gave The midshipmen a good sampling of The mulTipliciTy of acTiviTies going on aboard The SYLVANIA. A The coo eraTion and consideraTion shown The midshipmen during Their sTay on The SYLVANIA, R . as well as The professional knowledge imparfed To Them, conTribuTed greaTly To Their developmenf as fuTure leaders in The U. S. Navy. MIDN S. SmiTh MIDN L. Van Oss MIDN D. Wilson ' .,., ff lf' axe, ,V mg' ,I ,V TY' 1, -.xsfx 3 4 7: w,w,KZMW4.,-wwfnwhywwwu 1 n 4 ,Z I za ffffff 7 fp ,, , W6 ' 41' ,C if 'faux mn mf G2 ,V A-,f mi! , K , , swim call M ,..- - .. ,gs . P' pf 1ul""' -my , lr' ' . , M., Z far. 47 .-M --'Rf' 'PQI If I 1 1 if , 5 EN C3 If fi Fi 0:3 'rf ,, 4 " ""5,' -- , fi? 5. ,-lVW'a'1P -7 gr ii- ' 1 W if ff' 1? :pg welcome home M vs. 'iff iv h n e of comm nd ,R . 21 'Qfix P-,rg J'4x,g Q S .1 Wrh 'L 7 -- 4, fi! -1 WB -up-A T 4 3 if ,-1 from the captain. . . TO THE CREW: l hove been osked To wriTe o bockg SYLVANHVS MEDITERRANEAN DEPLGYMENT. round os o closing To This yeor's cruise book ond To reTlecT briefly on Q The TirsT ThoughT ThoT comes To mind is how people differ in Their oTTiTudes or feelings Toword liTe oT seo. Eor exomple, mony of our crew hod never beefi oT seo or owoy from home before. They were opprehensive obouT whoT wos in sTore ond concerned obouT The d ' T min de loymenT Now They ore os seosoned world Trovelers on mony ore onxious o upco g p . reTurn To The Med. AnoTher segmenT ol: The crew begon our exTended cruise wiTh sorrow ond sodness in Their heorTsg we oll know ThoT leoving loved ones behind is never eosy. How- ever, These dedicoTed men were quickly involved in The demonding work on boord ond hod ' ' ' IA 'l o The liTTle Time To worry or dwell on Their problems. A Third Type of SYLVAN sol or w s "old solT" who hod been To The Med on oTher ships oT oTher Times. He Took The deploymenT in sTride ond colmly wenT obouT his work wiTh o "business os usuol" oTTiTude. So iT is obvious ThoT eoch oT us comes from o diTTerenT bockground, hos diTTerenT gools ond .sTondords. YeT, we were oble To work in hormony Tor six long monThs To occomplish our mission beTTer Thon mosT who hove come before. Now iT is equolly imporTonT To recognize The porT ployed by moThers ond ToThers, wives ond SweeTheorT5 during The monThs oT seporoTion. Their problems ond hordships ore, per- hops, more pronounced ond reol Thon ony of us on boord ship con imogine. WhoTever success we hove experienced is due in lorge meosure To The undersTonding ond supporT These loyol loved ones hove given us. They ore GREAT l Einolly, iT wos o privilege Tor me To serve wiTh The crew oT SYLVANIA. We worked hord, buT we ployed hordg we leorned o loT obouT ourselves ond eoch oTher. We breok up This winning combinoTion os SYLVANMVS l972 deploymenT posses inTo memory, buT we con all Toke pride in The porT eoch hos ployed in serving our Novy ond our counTry. God bless you oll. T JLWMA if T TlEl7!-XNY PULW l lllNC Cillvll !XNf Norfolk Virginio Conlm I Cnlii rrnn - T C- x .. ,A V ,N 5, M 1, N 1 X x ' V9 A . 'germ' 1 Tn' ' - .wj'1ip:f1. K i I I v E 5 I n I x i 1 K I i 5 'L . i Qzf' .d' in Yftgl 4 s Arun.. 'QV' if-""' 'LP '50 5 I ,-'J' Q1 lf Q I I U A '-'P K, .' JI? q'v -I -V-ll J' 0 ' ' f-'LP '55-'if' 'KMIZIP a LA- if--V 'u+.:Z4l,,-V' ' ,f ff, ,,...a-:gg- .L I 'u , W 5 -'Eli-S'f31F Q -1 . ,in 4' " I O np. -' fir- J' V Q r a n ,,.p,f 4 .Y ,, HMT- M, 7, 1, M - . . V 1 f 1. -...Zag-1'-1.-J... ,aug ....W,2.Lf.',.n-'far-v--1,,2x..'.s,,-wg yA-v-::..:.. ...


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