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I 4 1 v N w s x 0 i r r i I 2 r 5 I 1 5 ! L I Q 3 f r X 1 I l I 1 i l 3 . X 1 I 1 I 3 1 . 5 l 1 3 5 1 5 5 1 wEsrPAc Editor: LTJG Bright 1959 Staff: YN1 Huggins n GMG2 Geis EN3 Conner f 4 ? K Q 1 z 5 i i 5 5 Q i 5 I s 3 7 2 z I I i 5 1 1 S T, 2 I I I r TALUGA 1954 the TALUGA California In August Fleet. F, L I X Q xl 1 4 5 4 1 QE 32 ?E A? IE fi 1 a 3: Ei 25 5 ' 19 Pi Ei V ' , P n 1 L rl It gs ? 3 I - wi. D si 4 w . il . El' 'T :Sl - 1 , 55 --e 2 1 92 ' Mi ' '14 NI' 1 '? TNS 5 i N R i l G vi wi E 1 :E P '1 4 E T LUGA 4. eg.-V-.,::.,,.: ,ag--. .a. ,4.,,.A5.A -4. Lgyxs-,,,-,-sf ,:.f.-.y.,:1 pf ,. K. -,':'.' T E 1 - ' f., ' 41. ,.- G-4003, .. ...JJ . .Y . - . ..L...s.. . .X . A .74-f -- ,X-,....q.,..f V 9.2.3 A Q 4 - Captain f .f Captain Edward Ayres Boyd was born on 21 August 1920 in Louisiana, Missouri, but considers Rock Island, Illinois his home. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Augustana College and did graduate workin Meteorology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and New York University. He entered the Navy as an Ensign in Washington, D.C. in June 1944 and served as an Aerological Officer in the Southwest Pacific with advanced base units in the Philippines, Japan and Truk. After the war he attended Lighter-than-Air Flight Training and was designated a Naval Aviator in April 1946. Captain Boyd then served in Airship Squadron One at Santa Ana, California and Weeksville, North Carolina. He was Assistant Engineering Officer, Overhaul and Repair Department, Lakehurst, NewJersey until he entered Heavier-than-Air Flight Training in 1951. He was then assigned to Patrol Squadron 26 at Brunswick, Maine, serving as ASW Officer. In 1954 he was ordered to the Staff, Commander Fleet Air1Wings Atlantic as Aviation Safety Officer. He attended General Line School in Monterey from January 1957 until November 1957, at which time he was ordered to the Office of " 'fPfaf5lf"f'a-iff-f-fe A Captain Edward Ayres Boyd, U.S. Navy Legislative Affairs in Washington, D.C., where he served for three years as Liaison Officer to the Appropriations Committee, House of Representatives. He served as Executive Officer of VS-24 ID Norfolk, Virginia, and as Commanding Officer of VS-20 in Ouonset Point, Rhode Island. From 1962 to 1964, Captain Boyd served aboard the USS YORKTOWN as Air Officer. He was then ordered to command the "Fighting Lady's" Air Group, CVSG-55, which was the first air group of its kind to be employed in the Vietnam conflict. In November 1965 he reported to the Chief of Naval Operations as Head of the Air Undersea Warfare Develop- ment Branch, DCNO iDevelopmenti. During this tour he also served as Deputy Liaison Officer for the Naval Warfare Panel, President's Science Advisory Committee, National Representative information Exchange Group 2, NATO, and as National Leader Airborne Systems Panel, Sub-Group "G", Technical Cooperation. Captain Boyd relieved Captain Anthony J-. Kodis as Commanding Officer of USS TALUGA 23 December 1968, just prior to the January 1969 deployment. - E'-T ',:'3'fl"?1E'ff'i?"???r????A 2:1i3x3f?5r55L?2'1'-32552,53?54:'tE39?15?5?aff29fsf-'-hifi!-+1-'Lf-"'1 --1-,lv-1-'-rras: - - V, ... -Wf- ,A-,.L . ,C ,EL .- 4: W...-.,..- A, 43311111 rn Lift. -:bfi-51-if?-A 1-1 's- -f:rC'F'F?1-'-H? - ' Executive 0fficer Lieutenant Commander Dwight Eugene Avis Jr., U.S. Navy Lieutenant Commander Dwight Eugene Avis Jr. was bornon 20 November 1934 in Washington, D.C. and lived in the nation's capital for the next eighteen years. He received a Bachelor of Science degree from the U.S. Naval Academy in June 1957. His first assignment as an Ensign was on the USS ESSEX as Auxiliaries Division Officer. While he was attached to ESSEX the CVA participated in both the defense of Lebanon and the patrol off the coast of Formosa during an extensive eleven month deployment. From October 1959 to ,July 1961 Leiutenant Commander Avis served as Gunnery Officer on USS STEINAKER. In September 1961 he reported for duty in Holy Loch, Scotland as the first Officer in Charge of the U.S. Naval Support Detachment, Greenock, Scotland. Lieutenant Commander Avis changed his name from Avis to IVlacAvis and had the unusual challenge of establishing the supporting shore facilities for the first deployment of Polaris submarines, servicing tender USS PROTEUS and between 1000-1200 U.S. Naval dependents. During this tenure he was also attached to the Royal Navy Staff of the Captain in Charge of the Clyde and was a member of the Scottish Junior Chamber of Commerce in Greenock. He was ordered in October 1965 as Engineering Officer on the USS GUNSTON HALL, homeported in San Diego, California. Subsequently, GUNSTON HALL deployed with the Seventh Fleet and provided amphibious lift for the aluminum air field to be erected at Chu Lai and the first Hawk Battalion to be landed at Danang, Vietnam. During 1966 and 1967 Lieutenant Commander Avis acted as Fleet Operations and Construction Advisor on the staff of Navy Advisory Group, U.S. lVIilitary Assistance Command, Thailand. This second tour of foreign shore duty found Lieutenant Commander Avis participating often in Royal Thai Navy fleet operations and in combined Thai-U.S. force objectives planning. ln addition he made major contributions to the preparation and implementation of plans for the construction of a modern naval base for the Royal Thai Navy. On February 15, 1968 Lieutenant Commander Avis reported to USS TALUGA for duty as Executive Officer and has since served with TALUGA during 16 logistics operations off the coast of Vietnam. V ,Q Qf' 'W-:' -jf' L11 Yyrpf 'HG' 35164 , . C 1'Zf .-1,1 ' ' 'P , ,. - V - .-1'.tfe, gr.,-cz: ,,g.:..a1:..4 -1-:ff.u.2,:- ' K "ff 4-'?:iT2 'PL316111W'f6.if5fZ"'?i?f'HPS' f'15??'f?': v'wHf'i-- ,V 2145 1:42. .---.' . 'QEII -af" fy .li ii' M fp, k ., ' -Y A ., f - Y .5-5, 3 V .- - ,H -- V, ,- W, jun ,. . 3 --3 up f T ,haf-f'1.g1:, .q 4- 45 g?f'h17gx,e, --Q .5 N: -,, 5? 3 5--5, :, - -,lg A R ' - M .,.,.,A,.,..: ,.-f-.. - -K K 55, mhz 5 3 , X 1 My LT Arnold LT FFGHCIW Deck Department Engineering Department Department Heads 3 ix i ' S W i M 'W as 1 gem LT Griffin f i ' LT Shrum Operations Department Supply Department - l f-,ra -he-f,1,yg,.:1'fr,.,-Z .--5119? A ,:,-JW, 323. 7.735-,:7,.,.,. ,,,:,Qfeft,.,,L,, ZTGTP-3i,gi fs, K, I V 2-55 --1-,f,j,'E,tl-gjw .,q,,-1:12-Q-prep: ' ww.,-,,,e.e,t,... ... L- .. -V ,,. JL, .., , ,- ii . , A ---new - W. W ., -1:-,.+t,,J. ,-K-'fi -., ,f, N. B-'seat Division Officers a in X 4- I .Winn C Jifllflr Wwfagg LTJG Waugh LTJG Weisgerber LTJG Pankey Gunnery Disbursing Communications Q! sc 'I Zi f, ,M LTJG Bright ENS Augustson CIC Cargo Ulfim-ai Q M fi! 0 ENS Jacobsen CWO Beeman W0-1 PiSZk0 Auxiliaries BOSN MPA 1 Q. f ,Viv " V 1 25 2 Q M w e 1 7 .vL4fxA ..i-Y -V V ii-5 fig! 1 MMCM Keller - A ,L .F l f i r fl i .A H, 4 1- 3, .X F i' f ,, l H f' is f l if if ' .51 T: ll l ,N F . x. 4 ' 3 ll . ll ll "T ,X I 1 ,, if J- . CSCS Morris iz J.: r' l 5 il I ,fa ,M 1 2 :VT 152 5 fr S - fs Y . M, , ...--,-,-...,...l..,s .,.,,- ,,,, nr, D Y nf- V' ,en pg. ..:g-sq..-T' at-.gig i.,i,,,3.1 ,of rgzfgarsfjyi f-' "ff 1 ' 2. - ' :NEW-' 'DG' r V W" ., . ' - 1 - , i ' 1 ' ' 'g,,:f - V ' ' "LW" +ve P-LQfa.:4s3::..,-fr-" -.1-1. .J . --A-..-v1-fff. . -f . Chief Petty Officers 1 DCCS King BMCS Hans M 3 SMC Paulson MMC Fletcher Engel Hi" 'Swag 'min I . ,f .,,, Q ix A ww, MMC Russell GMGC Roberts ,rms-.m.g...M11. ' ' , ,,, , , - -- W .- '1 .P 4. -,.,'-55, ,Ev -1-., V, .,-, .-, -..W , - ' "' ' -' f ' ' - 7 tu - -V-?7f'9f4'5rff'e2f24'Q?fH:-5-el-T615.1:-54522arises,-zltxassas-1:e::g:e:fa..,w.fL:.L-.-,sst,...,. ,W - flu EMCS Burden mllylumfl HMC R upp First Division is responsible for the upkeep and appearance of the forward half of the ship. This division. is jointly responsible with Second Division for care, maintenance and operation of TALUGA's fueling rigs. These rigs, which provide our most vital product to customers must constantly be maintained in order to provide for a safe transfer during fueling at sea operations. During their spare time you might find these men listening to the melancholy tunes of the Beatles and the Mamas and Papas. First Division LTJG Waugh if 'NA- 4' Ns.. Standing: SN Harrington, SN Hollond, SA Davie, SA Fox, SA Heiliger, SN Sherlock. Seated: BM3 Schrotberger BM3 Thomas Ivloreno SN Fricke, SA Brand, SA Crane, SN lVlorrow, SN Hodgson, BM3 Baker, BM3 Moran, BM2 Bustillos, BM3 Linville BM3 SA Dolloff, SN Brooks, SA Walden, SA Sharpe, SA Shellenbarger, Vonderau, BM3 Nlattingly, BM3 Engle. SN Rozier, SN Trent, SN Finauga, SA Deans, SA Martin, SA to ' , - 75355515-L'f-f'i': 9- -- r fi. ' X ' a ' ' ' ' ' - ' ' ' HAM A l 2 ' PJ" -7: ' 417-"ff :fP"""-1-"7'n1ff1-,Te--'-"f- 1, ,- '1",'1. - is 1.13 -"J: ,1T..l'-va' ,-'frqr j' I-ff:-Y.': , f. . , , ,.,.,. , , - .-f -fl .. .F V- p..:f,f -:- :M , nm. . me ,Y ,gum :ff ,fgfmyyl L, 1' fl'-'1f.fn..'. , t -,As -u. -Q' ' '. .. ' J 7 '- -A ' , Qktlnlnih' "" In general, the Second Division is responsible for the upkeep and appearance of the after half of the ship. They do daily battle with soot on the paintvvork, move hugh quantities of fleet freight, personnel, general Stores, and mail with great speed, finesse, and little or no confusion during unreps. They also play a big part in handling the rigs, which provide fuel requirements for all types of ships, often providing these services simultaneously to ships on both sides. CWO Beeman Second Division Standing: SN McDonald SA Gibson SA Morton SN Tottenham Johnston SN Bowen SN M I ' ' ' ' ' f ' 1 I . , SN C SA Hancock, SA Hayes, SA Lomax, SA Hale, SA Brackens, SA SA Briggs, Seated: SN,Thon?a:S BM3 B1g:1lr1gkSNBIlxl,:I!?lsgr::clSg0gSg:xvIai Baker, SN Diaz, SA Hensley, SN Mitchell, SN George, SA Fox, SA A Bentley, BM2 Killingsworth, BM3 Torres' BM3 Salazar, BM3 Qu,-ke, J -, -.- ideas- ffyfyrfsieytgsai-.-1:-v.-'fwyyfa-.w .YM-. ,TN , ,.,, - , .. Y ., ., , - -mx .J-19 ,-:,.1.r.-f-Jwffff., ,,...4-.c,te,x.,1.5'.,3,.,-,,:-L-2.,.+ti5La1rj-Ezfhzih-gi-e,:e f - QQ,-f'vs-,1-s. Q - 7 ' ' ' ' ' ' -- ' 1- --A 2 -4 - 5 ff"A19fa'7'. . ,.1-,.:+zEg-Qff? " 1r:3-w - - .ag-3:s.upa.-Qtr-.sr--gee. :-,.-.nf .. Third Division, one of our smallest divisions, is responsible for the defense capabilities of TALUGA. The Gunner's Mates and Fire Control Technicians labor long and hard to keep our four gun mounts, two directors, and ammunition supplies at peak readiness. Third Division 154,01 S r ,ssss , 5 v -ami, S Q Standing: GM3 Hayes, FTG3 Robinson, SN Spurlock, GMG3 Banta, GMG3 Wagner, SN Robinson. Seated: GMG2 Geis, GMG1 York FTG2 Cohan The Operations Department, playing a vital role in the ship's mission, is comprised of men whose skills are highly technical ,and at times very complicated. The Quartermasters are responsible for determining courses and speeds to destinations and maintain charts. Establishing communications with other ships by means of visual signals is the job- of our ever ready Signalmen, while our Radiomen are responsible for long range communications via teletype and Morse Code. Our Radarmen, sometimes referred to as "scope dopes", perform the tedious job of tracking and evaluating the ships and aircraft operating in the ship's vicinity and making recommendations as to courses and speeds to be used. Backing these men up with their storehouse of technical knowledge, our Electronics Technicians are constantly working to maintain the readiness of all electronic gear, adjusting equipment to obtain optimum performance and completely overhauling gear when necessary. ill Z le. 'H 5. Q 'll 1 1' ' ll i LTJG Pankey Operation Division 313211319 QMSN Sutherland, RIVl3 Horton, ONI3 Kelly, RD3 Magee, Sauer, OM3 Carson. Seated: ETN2 Harding RD3 Houser RD3 raves, ETN3 Friedell, SN Callentme, SM3 Nelson, OM3 Lutz, Ferguson, RM1 Vickonoff, OM1 Castro, RD2' Haas, ETR2 liimble. ETN3 Wallace, SN Thomas, QM2 Swift, QMSN Edwards, RM3 4135 f- 'T ',g,.,.ll' x bug. :""'4f'"'v1"fZ""...' 4'-1 T f"'T 'sy-A ff?5tfff?7i'?T2?57:fTt7'f'?t4ff' 3f5"'.. It 4 -wdfg' The jack-of-all trades, Supply Department, consists of SK's, CS's, SH's, SD's and DK's. For our hard charging SK's "Now man the hi-Iine" can mean delivery of anything from popcorn to jet engines, cotter pins to toilet bowls, and of course gallons and gallons of ice cream. The CS's have consistently provided fine food, highlighted by cookouts, old fashioned barbeques, monthly birthday parties and even battle messing. Our SH's provided us with haircuts, laundry, and the finest assortments of ship stores and small stores merchandise. The SD's, from what we hear, have provided our officers with the finest of the culinary arts. Last, but not least our.. Supply Department provides the service which makes us all happy . . . Disbursing lmoney, green, to help us buy our souvenirs and have a good time while we're . in the Orientl. Thanks guys! for all the excellent services you've given us. i i. ' .. "' ' " ' "' ".,, . ' TV: . "" ' ' - ' . - -A v . ' v' ' ' 4 I , ' 1 ' " ' ,' 'N ' 1 , " " A -,g Img LTJG Weisgerber Supply Division Standing: SD3 Villacruz, SD3 Libo, SD2 Santos, SHL3 Mallen, SN Aguinaldo, TA Deguzman, SK2 Jimenez, SK1 Jones CSCS TN Luga, CS2 Mathias, SHB3 Nicks, SH L3 Falconer, SN Sines, SK2 Morris, CS1 Whited, SK2 Priebe, TA Gironella. Heryford, CS3 Hoggard, SN Werner, CS3 Greene, SN Ochoa. Seated: One of this division's main functions is to maintain a constant state of readiness in all the ship's deck winches, anchor windlass, steering engines, boats' engines, air conditioning and refrigeration equipment and other auxiliary machinery. All of these are important, but most of us feel that without those air condition units our mission in the tropical climates would be near impossible. ivision ENS Jacobsen Standing: FA Frantum NlIVl3 Strong NlNl3 Simecek FN Seiser EN3 Conner . , , , . . Seated: MM2 Case, MM1 Blackmon MMC Fletcher MM1 Richardson. These "stack gas snipes", as they are sometimes called, are responsible for keeping TALUGA's four boilers in top operating condition and providing a constant source of power to the ship's main engines, turbo-generators, and auxiliary machinery. Their job, without a doubt, is one of the hottest and dirtiest as they must clean and repair their boilers constantly to keep them operating at optimum efficiency. B Division WO-1 Piszko 3 R ' h Se ted: BT2 Thompson, BT1 Scanlon, BT1 Fairley BT3 Lentz Standing FA Clouse, FA Stevens, FA Jaco, BTFN Guilmette, BT els US- 3 The Cargo Gang is responsible for the safe and efficient loading and transfer of our liquid cargo. Theirs is the first job when we return to port . . . loading fuel. Liberty comes later. At sea you will find these hard chargers always ready to pump fuel to a customer ship, be it large or small, one at a time or two at a time. C Division I NW Standing: MM3 Strong, SFP3 Jones, FN Evans DC2 Keck FA Haley lVlM3 Fo I S sf c ee ivnvn R ' - ' I . . omme' SFM2 Dam- ' med- SFP? Benard, lvuviz ikola, rvuvic Russell, Safe distribution of electrical povver, maintenance and-operation of interior communications and gyro equipment is the responsibility of "E" Division. For the many miles of wiring, hundreds of lights and fuses are just a few of the potential sources of trouble that befall our Electricians. The teamwork found on TALUGA would not be possible without .interior communications annd our IC electricians are quick to repair any difficulties that arise. E Division ENS Jacobsen Elms! Mining A? 'Q . 4' X X X , X Standing: ENIFN Hodgkins, MMFN Childress, ICFN Piazza. Seated: EM3 Swayze, IC3 Bradbery, EM3 Teel. "M" Division continuously insures that water is generated, propulsion provided and turbo-generators are rolling so that vve may use the electrical gadgets upon which we have become so dependent. These men spend much of their time down in the maze of piping and gauges, keeping those mighty engines turning to send TALUGA' to those far off places where America needs her most. M Division Nm WRX WO-1 Piszko 'MN is-1 Q Standing: MR3 Bickford, FN Kohut, FA Krebs MM3 Garcia, MMCM Keller, MM1 Gotcher, MM3 Schmeichel. FN S If, - - ca MM3 Scullin, MM3 Bievenouer, MM3 Atkins, FN SMith Seated NlNI2 Selby The Repair Division has a never ending task of fixing things, building things, improvising, making do with what they can. Many a welding job can arise on a large ship of steel and particularly one twenty-five years old. Another, and perhaps one of their most important responsibilities, is damage control pre- paredness of the ship. The damage control training program on TALUGA is one of the Service Force's finest. R Division ENS Augustson KW!! Standing DC3 Durr, SFIVl3 Maxwell, DC3 Ryan, FN Spoonholtz, SFM3 Strong, FN Mazyck, FN Kemmerfeld, SFP3 Benard Seated DC2 Shackleford, DC2 Bradshaw, DCCS King, SF1 Priesman, SFP2 Pierce. "X" Division, or the Administrative Division, includes the Ship's Office personnel, Nledical Department personnel, the Postal Clerk and his assistant, and the Chief lVlaster-at-Arms. The responsibilities of this division include maintenance of Officer and Enlisted Service Records and lVledical!Dental Records, all aspects of personnel matters, incoming and outgoing mail, health of the crew, sanitation of the ship, as well as enforcement of orders and regulations, both Navy and shipboard. During WESTPAC deployments, this division is responsible for any transient personnel and mail that is transported to various units. During this cruise, this division was responsible for receipt and transfer of over 400 transient personnel and the delivery of 1,945 bags of mail to various units off the coast of Vietnam. The efficient operation of this division can affect the morale of the crew as well as the overall efficiency of the ship. LCDR Avis DI I l l Standing: HN Kramer, SA Krol, PC3 Anderson, PN3 R d YN3 'Q YN1 Huggins, GMGC Roberts, HM2 Davis. ee ' Roe' PN3 Wasson, YN3 Comerford. Seated: PN2 Townsend, HMC Rupp, ,L T ws, . . .. ,.- mmkwf ,5 fy W L ff M 'vm X nglx , f 'R f f 52 N0 ,, ,, 4 f f M' 4 i ' ' 'Wi '?' F'1 W2 "'i" ' 4if'Z" '11-1'WWJfffLf2F"ff'f"5'1SfT'f'?'fj?rw3f'?f7'-"f1?ffilf'gvf :1sg-'1f-iff:- 1-"?4fa521-flfffffcsfffffizfizferf . ' Whited and Comerford Dietiker Thompson ,I , " -' 43":f':9:. fn , ..,, ,W--fv 7--.-. .-- ,V-----wg --A--W V V .- - a,Y.A,.,. .k---W , -AW 1 f..4-, ' 'T yffg v.f,:. , I ' , -,,, ,Q A z U? , . f X f I xv 1, f f - ffa i. Q f-'bfi ,W--U ,,,,, ,jwfzgzf 1 9 V Iw,M4I.., 'fy A ,fyf - ,, ,IW gf f X W X f I fig 1 , .:-,si :V 1 of 2 X ,fr 4 X 3 f f i 1 , X , Z , , kk.. ig: Y T Ak! iff, . 3 f Q' ff Q ,WW f 5 ff Z 2 'ff f Thompson Bowden If -wif-H' MMM-N' .4 ' ,,, . f,,wm4w4 ' f . xw--' 2 LT Shrum, LCDR Avis, and Kramer i n n N P. r E I qi ix iL R 1 , , , , , , , ,, ,, ' f if"1-Q1awiff-ffff-j'fx-iilff-54652124 :VA f?.L 1-7 1. f :fT,',u, ,fi -f- rf,-,-T-. -7, 1 ,,Ai A ff- ' -. - jf 'zf- - R -fi 1 '." f'-,' -' V" . fi ffff 'm'T"'f7' Li? 'WJ 7"' r ft !z-ts.-Q42 'ffff' m' 'ff We fix. X4 ' K I W ,aww M ,J,, f' Kelly CAT 5 1 X 1 X Chief Fletcher .X ff Q gg, 'Wm A -Sw X X Don't ever call me a Gringo again. Another "exhausting" unrep for Durr '11 WJ If you want more money, come back in two weeks H-I-his is the Captain speaking" . ,wx fprva. x v 1 ', ,L ' Wi "f3"'-GPA-' F3151-"'A' " 'fifff -fffg'-fri?"'xf":ff:+f-ev?n,vHlx1.f fwrifff vvf'-f' rf: wrf1 E14'+,f2 fff-1fiefffff'ff.x'n4a-ww - . ,., . . 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