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TANNER departed Pearl Harbor on 10 October 1968, officially
commencing her 68-69 WestPac Cruise. Our mission was to conduct
hydrographic, oceanographic and photogrammetric operations in the
Trust Territory of the Pacific to acquire information needed to
produce nautical charts and associated publications. These opera-
tions were conducted in the following atolls: Truk, Palau, Ponape
and Ulithi. In addition to hydrographic sounding, wire drag opera-
tions, unused by the U. S. Navy since 1954, were conducted in all
areas. This relatively basic method of sweeping through an area
at a given depth provided highly reliable data in detecting coral
heads and other dangerous submerged obstacles.
On 3 May 1969, TANNER returned to Pearl Harbor completing the
deployment. During the cruise our accomplishments included: 133
square miles of wire dragging, 6,551 sonic sounded miles with the
four island groups and 20,040 surveyed miles in the open ocean.
The survey in Micronesia was particularly noteworthy in that the
initial estimate of completion for this mission was March 1970.
TANNER's high standards of performance and perseverance provided
a fitting conclusion to her illustrious hydrographic career.
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CA PTHN I.A.i-I. SAMFSON
Captain Righard Albert Holmes SAMPSON was born in Lansford,
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ennsy vania an attended Muhlenberg College in Allentown, PennSYl
vania On l5 July l942, the Captain entered the Navy as an Avi?'-
tion Cadet at Corpus Christi, Texas, where he received his comm1S
sion as an Ensign Naval Aviator l3 March l943
During his career as a Naval Aviator Captain Sampson has
serve in many noteworthy positions Prom flight instructor in
Oklahoma to Chief of Staff for Commander, Anti Submarine Warfare
in Iceland Prior to reporting aboard the TANNER, Captain SamP5On
served with the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations as DGPUPY
Director of the Special Studies and Presentation Group.
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ories, the traditions, the 1vf'f
emblem, the heartaches, the '
' successes and each and every
day help to make her what she
EET' and what she will remain
.:.. in your memories.
' ' 1 As the last Commanding Officer
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the USS TANNER, I am sad-
dened by the forthcoming de-
H commissioning of this outstand- '
ing naval unit. However, I am
proud to have had the opportun-
ity to be a part of her tradi-
tion made up of dedicated and
history making men. We can
look back on our recent accom-
. plishments in the Trust Terri-
, tory of the Pacific Islands -f
PT' with pride. Through our ef-
'- forts, we have not only upheld
the proud traditions of the
past but have established new f
and higher standards and goals -
for future survey ships. -
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Commander Wallace E Williams has served as Executive Off1CeT
aboard the TANNER since December of l967 During this time, aS
Administrative Department Head he has had the Herculean task of
maintaining all records and correspondence up to date.
In l953 the Commander graduated from the University of Utah
where he received his bachelor of science in chemistry. He then
attended Off1cer's Candidate School, Newport, Rhode Island, re-
ceiving his commission in November l953
Commander Williams 1S a graduate of CIC Officer's School Sub-
marine Off1cer's School and is also qualified for command of sub-
USS REMORA CSS487j and the USS MENHADEN CSS377J. Prior to reporting
aboard the TANNER he was the A ' '
, ssistant Operations Officer on the
Staff, Submarine Force U S Pacific Fleet
tive Officer has served with the USS YORKTOWN CCVAl0J
HI was glad when they said to
me, 'Let us go to the house
of the Lord'.H
The Psalmist of old recognized his need to worship the creator
of life and was joyful when the opportunity was presented for him
to go to Hthe house of the Lordn. He felt that it was a rare pri-
vilege, and found it to be a very meaningful experience, going to
the Temple where he expressed praise and adoration to the Almighty
and gave thanks for the blessings of life. In the Temple he was
able to withdraw from the noisy activities of daily life and spend
time in quiet meditation ... to find courage and strength for liv-
ing. Worship added something to his life and he eagerly awaited
the Sabbath when he would return to Hthe house of the Lordn.
The Navy recognizes that we have spiritual needs as well as
physical needs, and provisions are made for us to worship regular-
ly if we so desire. Our worship may be in a beautiful chapel at
a large shore station or in a Quonset Hut at a small isolated
shore base, on the hangar deck of an aircraft carrier or on the
mess deck of a destroyer, Divine Services may be conducted by a
Chaplain a guest clergyman, or a trained layman, conditions may
vary and situations change, nevertheless, wherever we find our-
'll l'k l find an
selves on Sunday throughout the Navy we wi very 1 e y
opportunity to worship in Hthe house of the Lordn.
PAUL J. REINHGLD
CAPT R. A. SAMPSON R E L I E V E S CAPT R. P. SMYTH
Inspectlon of the crew by
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the ship. Most anything that occurs
aboard TANNER is a direct result of
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ship. The division exists to aid
the Executive Officer in any and all
of his administrative duties. Yeomen
and personnelmen work together in a
congenial atmosphere of give and take
the result: an organized, neat, and
immaculately efficient organization.
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First thing I'm
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You want your liberty .. what
Whatta ya doing
This is one way to prepare
Q for the greased pole climb
Fresh water shower anyone?
ROW 1 - SN M. KHAIRALLAH, BM3 L. GAHR, SN J. JOHNSON, SN E. WONG, SN D. CHAPMAN,
BMS V. DETEC, GMG1 CHILDRESS,
ROW 2 - BM2 c. TANKSLEY, SN B. MURRAY, SN 13. BOHNETT, SN R. HANSEN, SN M. CLEM,
SN D. GUIN, SN J. WILLIAMS, GMGS J. STRINGFIELD, ENS A. NEWTON
ROW 3 - BMS 1. SEIGAL, SN A. SALISBURY, SN L. JULIUS, SN M. BEAN, SN R. WATRINS,
cms c. PEARL, SN A. SPROUL, SA c. DRAKE, SN n. osrmf, BM3 L. STRIGHT
Deck Department is comprised of First
and Second Divisions. From cargo
handling to marlinspike seamanshipg
from driving the ship to firing its
gunsg from maintenance of weather decks
to tying up and anchoring, these are
but a few of Deck's jobs. Under the
leadership of LT Marko VRTAR, Deck ac-
complished the task of running four
soundboats, four LCVPS, two LARCS an
officer's motor boat and the Captain's
Gig. From sunrise to sunrise the
boatswain's mates raised and lowered,
chipped and painted, departed and re-
turned these boatsg boats that proved
so vital to successful survey opera-
BMC Allen Green
ROW 1 - BM3 A. AMFNDSEN, SN J. WOFFORD, BM3 B. WORTH, BM3 A. AMADOR, BMC A. GREEN
RON 2 - SN J. O'HERN, SA F. CHACON, SN D. LAKEY, SA L. WATSON, SN C, WALTON
ROW 3 - SN R. BREWER, SN T. SCIVALLY, SN B. CSINSI, SN T. TAYLOR, SN J. CHOS,
BM3 W. CUNNINGHAM, BM3 REECE
ROW 1 - ENS P. BEGGS, SN D. BURTON, SN F. LAIRD, SN J. KAPLAN, PM3 J. LYNN,
ROW 2 - SN M.
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P. ROONEY, SN S. GREEN, SN T. REED, SA D. CONNER,
SN G. MCCURRY, BM3 S. NELSON
SN L. FINKLEMAN, SN P. THOMPSON, BM3 D. ZEAGLER,
J. LAXAMANA, SN S. THOMAS, SN G. CCKUNZZI, SN W. WHITE
I All stations, CONNg
I going off the line
to change hats....?
Who put the chewing
gum in here?
A Hfirst classn gunner
Ya gotta understand
ENS Newton is Gunnery
' Ya missed again
So long pardner!
Nothing like a fresh water wash
down to start a Sunday morning
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Lawrence . Novak Wayne L. Perryman
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ROW 1 - EN1 E. KLEXANDER, EN1 D. Youuc, CMA2 R. COHAGAN, EN3 R. COHAGAN, FN P. WATSON
ROW 2 . LTJG L. NovAR, FN G. DECOSTA, CMA2 R. OLSEN, FN J. KELLY, FN G. RUBIO,
FN R. HENRY, MR3 S. MARABITO
ROW 3 - FN E. EAsoN, EN3 s. SALE, FN P. SCHROEDER, FN J. BULLARn, EN3 G. SHAVER,
cus J. Rasa, MR2 R. HYSLOP
The Auxlllary D1v1s1on 1S a small d1v1s1on
w1th many respons1b1l1t1es It malntalns
sh1p's luxurles such as a1r COHdlt1OH1Hg
and 1CG Cream machlnes, 1D addltlon to V1
tal p16CCS of machlnery such as the
steerlng motors boat englnes, emergency
dlesel generators and emergency flre pumps
MMC W1111am Corllss
MR2 Hyslop E FN Watson
ROW 1 - BT2 R. HARRIS, BT3 L. LAYTON, FN P. VINING, FN D. JONES, FN B. TTNSMAN If
BT3 D. HOLMES 3,
ROW 2 .. BTC L. CROTEAU, BT3 B. JACKSON, FN R. CONANT, FN D. BONSER, FN H. HALEVA, 55'
FN D. GEORGE
Row 1 . BT1 R. BRonNAx FN A. CAMARA FN D Rona FN c AR mfr
Row 2 - nr: M. KvNTzMAi FN n. Hon ' . ' ' NCLH' FN C- OSE, LTJG H. MVN
o NER, BTFN D. PATTERSON, FN L. DENY
lt's a hot place the engineroom, but this
is where the men of B G M Divisions have
chosen to work. Both the forward and
after enginerooms as well as the evap-
orators need the constant supervision
of the snipes. It is B Division's respon-
sibility to maintain steam pressure, the
heart of TANNER's propulsion system.
M Division is responsible for the mechani
cal portion of the engineroomg from making
fresh water to producing electricity. The
machinist's mates are constantly on the
BTC Leo Croteau
Hey Lurch! What are you doing
Hey I found da bOi1erS..... Whada you mean snipes are dirty!!
Found at last....
Its like this ... if we use
AVGAS we'll get 35 kts.....
Watch a stup1d gauge FN Donald Meyer
for four hours gg
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MM3 K. KILER, MM3 L. NEFF
Row 2 - MMC D. BITTLESTON, MM3 K. GARRIS, FA M. BFAMER, FN s. DOOLEY, MM3 0. cvrrmnnmz,
MM3 B. SCALISE, FN J. WALTERS, UTJG H. MYNETT
Row 1 - FN J. CASTLE, FA L. YANTIS, FA R. HENSLFE, MM2 D. HUNT, MM2 n. MCCLANNAN
FN A. PODOLAK
Row 2 - MMCM A. sEMPREBoN, MM3 s. HALL, FA J. TOTLEBFN, M 3 v. BRIGHT, FN T. KALER,
FN H. WALTERS, MMc SEATER
MMCM Albert Semprebgn MMC Daniel Bittleston MMC Robert Seater
Its either a fresh water wash-
down or a Hollywood shower... B DiV',WOn't kU0W
what hit them ..,,
How do you spell liberty...?
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Kiler, EM3 D. Gillespie Yep! You can be Sure if
PN S' Dooley its Westinghouse ........
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ROW 2 - EM3 K. RUNNION, IC3 I. SANTANA, FN F. GADDIS, FA T. JOYCE, EM2 C. BEGAY
ROW 3 - IC1 L. NOYCE, DMZ A. GLESSER, FA T. KUNZ, EMI G. MADISON, EM3 J. HAER,
UTJG L. NOVAK
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EMC George Madison
E Division has the responsibility of main-
taining electrical and interior communica-
tions equipment. If the ship's lMC system
doesn't work, guess who get the blame?
They have the headaches of keeping the
fuses from being blown out too often from
overloaded circuits and to keep the ship's
telephone system operating.
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Now we can see where
we're golng at nlght
We love to tear th1HgS apart
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now 2 sFc Amnznsom, LTJG J. BRowN, FN n. WALES, SFM3 J. KEEN, nca L KEILY,
FN s KOUMASHIAN, FN J. KARABIN, FN T. BFRFSH, D01 c GALLOP, ncc H PARKFR
R Division is the fire brigade,
the carpenter corps and has a
score of other possibilities.
Some weld, some cut, some
build, some destroy. It is
the ship's own repair force.
Remodeling equipment, boats,
internal and external struc-
ture and maintaining water-
tight integrity is accomplished
by the men of this division.
DC2 Smithgall G DC1 Gallop Flight quarters is so much fun
DC5 Kelly' DCS Wemp G DC3 McCauley
WILLIAM BURCHELL, WILLIAM BROWN, SCOTT WILSON, SOL CUSHMAN
Just think, 0T11Y Here we are in the
48,009 m0Te SUT' beautiful tropics
vey miles to go... of ,,,, where????
N 'XV OCT.-if NF ' E' 9
NAVOCEANO Washington couldn't have sent out a better group of men
to help out with the ship's mission. Photogrammetrists, surveyors,
geodists, and engineers helped HYDRO to draw up the charts and check
and double check all practical survey factors of Shoals, harbor
channels, and entrances.
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Hellcopter Support Squadron FIVE
LCDR David A. Opgrand
LCDR Johnson, ADJ1 Eldredge, ADJ2 Douglas, ADJ1 Colbert, LCDR Gpgrand
ADJ2 Cann, AT3 Gillenwater, AT3 Dunn
The HC 5 Helo Department was detached
TAD from NAS Imperlal Beach, Callfor
n1a to help w1th the loadlng and un
loadlng of Nav1gat1onal supplles
Durlng the 51X months spent
TANNER, they logged 1n over
of fllght t1me wh1le flylng
loadlng supplles and survey
to the numerous beach camps
throughout the cru1se
Wlth HC 5's efforts, days were saved
by a few hours of flylng t1me Our
thanks to the a1rdales for the1r
much appreclated help durlng our 68
69 Mlcroneslan Survey
That's nothlng folks,
walt t1ll I land her!
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The helo crew and Dr. Hege pick up a Coast helo While departing Guam.
Guard sailor on their only MEDIVAC
50 of the personnel 1HVO1V8d
1n Fllght Quarters
The helocrew secure to get
underway to Ponape
A b1rd bath Touch down ADJ2 Dunn gU1d6S
the b1rd 1n at days end 1n Palau
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Hydrographic Department Head
George T Kaye LTJG Rlchard L Bugko
ENS Peter D Sangef
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ROW 1 - PH3 T. HELFERT, EA2 M. BEASLEY, EA2 J. SEVERIDT, LCPL A. TELLO,
LCPL D. VUTCI, LCPL J. WISE, LCPL P. JONES, CPL D. EVANS, EA3 B. TWICKMAN
EA3 T. MCCOILISTER, EA2 B. MACBRIDE
ROW 2 - LTJG G. KAYE, EA2 B. HEPLER, EA3 A. KRATZ, EA2 F. MUELLER, YM3 E, KAYTQN,
EA2 R. ALEXANDER, PH3 J. EHMAN, EA3 R. REGISTER, LI2 A. HAMBERLIN,
EA2 E. CROWLEY, EA2 U. TYE, EAC T. BUCKLEY, ENS P. SANGER
Y' 1. DIVISION
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The Hydrographic Department is responsible
for the gathering, recording and compiling
of all geodetic, hydrographic, oceanographic
and photogrammetric data required by the sur
vey specifications. Further functions in-
clude the erection and logistic support of
beach camps and operational control of sound
ing boats. V-l Division includes skilled
surveyors, draftmen, lithographers, marines,
and photographers whose combined efforts
helped to produce TANNER's successful Micro-
X islanders in Ulithi
EA2 MacBridge and
And I boarded the helo with
my Kodak Instamatic Camera
PH-3 Tom Helfert
taking Nav Aid
pictures on Ulithi
LIZ Hamberlin sets the Surveyors receive sup-
Copy camera controls plies while in Palau.
EA2 Hepler, Mr. Cushman and EAS Kratz 4 ,
work out triangulation points on the '
going SEABEES plant
ker in Ulithi
EA2 McCollister, EAS Register and
EAS Kratz paddel raft across har-
bor to get depths.
EAS Beasley and EA2 Alexander tune
in on their IBM Key Punch machines
and record depth at known positions.
DMS Kayton draws
sketches of Ulithi
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LT John H. Hege
Medical Department Head
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LT Gary L. Smith
D - Division Officer
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T J HEGE HM2 J STEWART HM1 SCOTT HMB NEEL
L ' ' HMZ TREDINO, DT2 KRESGE, LT G SMITH
TANNER's Medlcal Department lS
comprlsed of several corpsmen
a dental tCChHlC13H, and a med
1cal and dental offlcer Thelr
purpose to lnsure the phys1
cal well belng of the crew
From Truk to Palau, from Ponape
to Ullthl, pa1n was el1m1nated
and teeth were restored or re
moved by the Dental Departmen
The Medlcal Department for the
slck or lnjured personnel through
out the CTUISC proved to be a
sometlmes 24 hour Job In add1
t1on to treatlng common colds
and OCCaS1OHal cases of 'mornlng
after the nlght beforen slckness
a great deal of m1nor surgery was and healthy...
Maybe two months
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If we erase this shot we could
give him another
War is hell .....
I said open...not close!
Oh...is he going to
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Navigation Department Head Operations Department Head
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EMO 5 CIC Officer Communications Officer
LTJG W. DLWGOSH, RM3 J. BRCCKMAN, RM3 R. GARRIMONE, SM2 J. HUGGINS, SM? G. PEMBROOKE
CYN3 J. MCCMAHON, RM3 D. FLUGAN, CYNSN W. JOSLYN, CYN3 J. KNADLE, RMI R. WASSON
O C DIVISION
OC Division aboard the TANNER is comprised of radiomen and signal-
men Their responsibility a reliable secure and ra ' '
of visual and radio communications. From bridge to bridge semaphore,
to t Ousand mlle radio broadcasts, they speak with many tongues.
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Can't you read guy?
Nobody come in here!
One signalman who thinks he's really Hbright
ROW 1 - AG2 G. SEEFELD, ET2 D. FORTNER, RD3 J. BELZ, RD3 F. NADEAU, ETRSN H. HANSEN,
AG3 K. SCHAFER
ROW 2 - CWO2 G. PEDERSEN, AG2 L. KILE, ET3 R. NOLLNER, ET3 T. BURNS, ET3 R. HOUSE,
RD2 J. BENDER, RD3 J. POTTER
OE Division is the
nicians. Laced with wires and armed
with pliers, their
to insure that all
ment aboard TANNER
minal equipment to
is in top opera-
From radio trans-
and teletype ter-
and recorders it'
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their Job to keep ' 5-J A
ETC Billy Douglas
I always did like
Where do I find KPOI? penny arcades....
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UI'm glad this belongs
COMBAT...who are you kidding.. , H
to the crew s lounge...
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LT G' E' LO G ' SMS G. BROWN, EQM3 J. MORRIS, QMCS W- PATTERSON
Q N Division determines TANNER's location
5 at sea, insures her safe entry andcbpar-
E ture from ports, and maintains current
I and up to date the ship's log of daily
l events. LT Gary Longanecker, ably as-
sisted by four quartermasters and a chief
safely navigated the ship over thousands
of miles of ocean and coastal waters dur-
ing the TANNER Micronesian Survey.
QMCS William Patterson
You added wrong...
2 + 2 is 5 ....
At 66 a mile we ought to get
Somewhere out there is land
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Supply Department Head
LTJG John B Bruce LTJG Cllnton W Inouye
Stores Off1CST DlSbUTS1n8 Offlcer
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sK3 T KICKER,,SK2 C SENA,,SK3 R BRUNER, SK3 J DAILEY
I Sl DIVISION
What do you need? A thousand
feet of cable? A light bulb?
Paper clips? Perhaps a boat
engine, a pencil, or a motor
armature? If it is supplies,
S-l Division is the place to
go. They are responsible for
procurement, stowage and is-
sue of all general stores and
SK3 BRUNER, SK1 WEISTER
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What do you mean I have the
SKS BEAN SKS BAXLEY
CS3 K. ZIMMERMAN, CSSN T. ROSE, CS3 BOGGESS, CS2 P. GURULE
The preparation of food and
maintenance of the galley
spaces is the reason cooks
exist. Without them we
would starve. The produc-
tion of fine food can only
result from a little study-
ing and alot of practical
experience in the culinary
arts. The TANNER crew has
served both as Guinea Pigs
and beneficiary to S-2 Div
CSS K. ZIMMERMAN and CSSN D. LESTER
...and this is how you make chicken SOUP'
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Jim, that bread is eight weeks old...
cssN T. ROSE HBOOTH
C52 R. BOGGESS
My an s
CS2 GURULE oversees But ROSS, were Sfclpgfiie
TANNER's newest cook to be Cookles HO Y
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SHL3 M. PLON, SN B. ATHERTON, SN J. GONZALES, SHB G. AMORIN
CSS VANDERPLOEG, SN P. WOODS RY
SHL5 H. BAKER, SHLSN K. STOVALL, SHL3 N. PAIN, SN D. PEE ,
The primary mission of S-3 Division
is to provide a convenient and reli-
able ship store from which personnel
may obtain articles necessary for
their health and comfort. S-3 also
supplies services needed daily: laun
dry, barbering, tailoring and cloth-
ing, Profits from thea ormentioned
activities are paid m the ship's
Welfare and Recreation Fund for use
by the crew.
SN D. PEERY G LTJG BRUCE
..those sideburns are a
little too long...
suppose to use
soap in the laundry
SN B. ATHERTON 5
SN J. GONZALES
Just like Mom's
Our ole friend
No, I won't contribute to
HFain's Have Fun in Hong
Dress edge to the
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HChow Downn in 0fficer's Country is taken care
of by S-4 Division. Ably run by SDl Areola,
the stewards see to it that Wardroom meals are
prepared to meet the strict criteria required
by the officers. Other responsibilities include
the maintenance and cleanliness of Officer's Coun-
TN ANCHETA, TN BAGALSO, TN SIM
There's nothing like a shrimp
aaaah, kxs see..two eggs..
SDS CATAROJA G SD1 AREOLA
Preparing weekley menu
PAY DAY' the day everyome leoks for-
ward to wlth marked anticrpatlon. The
Suppllers of all the happ1ness are the
D1SbUTS1Hg Clerks These H8?n1U5e5 Of
numbersn work untlrlngly to lnsure that
each member of the ship T6CG1V6S h1S
DK3 w ENGER G DK2 N HALL
Flex you're on
g They'1l shrlnk
Jon Doe this
Maybe we could talk to h1m about a loan?
The four 52 ft. sounding boats are the work horses of the survey
operation. Working as independent survey units the boats are able
to obtain data in shallow or restricted waters where the TANNER
would be unable to operate safely. Equipped with two l65 horse
power motors, and two generators to power their utilities, fatho-
meter, and positioning equipment the boats are able to stay on sta
tion for l0 days without returning to the ship.
Skipper: LTJG Perryman
Coxswain: BM3 V. Detec
Crew: EA2 W. MaCBride,
ET3 R. House
FN G. Shaver,
SN J. Wofford,
Skipper: LTJG BUCKO
Coxswain: BM3 S. Nelson
Crew: EA2 E. Crowley
EA2 D. Tye,
ET3 T. Burns
EN3 S. Sale
SN R. Brewer
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Soundboat H4 prepares to moor
alongside pier in Truk Atoll
EA2 Severidt plots a
lx RYE A brief moment for a little
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by a friendly Trukese
A Catholic Church on
the island of Moen
Hey guys ....
we eat tonight...
But the Peace Corps is
supposed to be a bunch
of sissys If
Dr' LiVingSton"' Juli takes the LARC ashore
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Ruins of an old Japanese pier Cruiser
The pause that refreshes who Stole the Water
A b1Td'5 SYS vlew of a warm welcome
The Truk Islander in Moen Harbor
Navy dlVGTS DVFN Wheeler and
EN2 Miller pose with sake bot-
tles taken from a Japanese
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Sidewalk windchime store
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Have some octopus
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that ship... Remains of a Japanese
LT hargus' better s1de
Watch that flTSt step CAPTD22EpEgBtlnSpeCtS
1ts a dllly
The Captaln takes some Common Slght ln the
Well earned llberty MlCTOnGS1aH waters
CAPT Sampson greets one of
the royal queens of Palau
LCDR Opgrand lectures Paluan
royalty on helo operations
VP returns from Koror
I'm sure that old native said
that the treasure was buried
out here somewhere....
NAVAID site in Palau wsu
L Swim Call...again!
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Mike, Romona, Orlando
Sing Michele, sing!!!
Take it Off!!! The girls with a "CAN Do" spirit
lANNER's answer to HLaugh Inn
Hauli hulla by Mrs. Wilson
BM3 Cunningham takes a turnni Michele G Lee do 3 duet
CSl Equils sings some . .
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At night in the Wanchai
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Washday at the beach camp...
Ulithian girls welcome the TANNER
goy wherever they may
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