Thetis Bay (LPH 6) - Naval Cruise Book

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THETIS BAY HER HISTORY IS AS VARIED AND COMPLEX AS HER OPERA- TIONS. ORIGINALLY COMMISSIONED AS CVE-90 EARLY IN I944, SHE BECAME KNOWN AS 'THE GAY NINETY' DURING HER OPERATIONS IN THE PACIFIC AT THE CLOSE OF WORLD WAR TWO. THETIS BAY STILL BOASTS A BATTLE STAR FOR HER PARTICIPATION IN THIRD FLEET OPERATIONS AGAINST JAPAN, IN ADDITION TO THE NAVY OCCUPATION SERVICE MEDAL, THE AMERICAN THEATRE MEDAL, AND THE WORLD WAR TWO VICTORY MEDAL. IN JANUARY OF I947 'THE GAY NINETY" WAS PLACED OUT OF COMMISSION IN RESERVE. , IN SUMMER OF I956, EXTENSIVE CONVERSION WORK COMPLETED AT THE SAN FRANCISCO NAVAL SHIPYARD THETIS BAY PREPARED FOR HER NEW ROLE IN THE NAVY. ON JULY 20TH, I956, U. S. S. THETIS BAY REJOINED THE FLEET AS CVHA-I, THE WORLD'S FIRST AND ONLY HELICOPTER AS- SAULT CARRIER. HER JOB: TO DEVELOP TECHNIQUES IN THE CONCEPT OF VERTICAL ENVELOPMENT, WHEREBY COMBAT MARINES ARE TRANSPORTED TO THE OBJECTIVE VIA HELICOPTER. INDEPENDENT OF THE LIMITING FEATURES OF TIDE, SURF, AND AVAILABLE BEACH, WHICH HAD RESTRICTED AMPHIBIOUS OPERA- TIONS DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR, A CARRIER GROUP COULD NOW STEAM ALONG AN ENEMY COASTLINE, LAUNCH ITS HELOS, AND LAND ITS BATTALIONS WITH PIN-POINT ACCURACY MILES BEHIND ENEMY COASTAL DEFENSES. OR SO THETIS BAY WAS TO PROVE. BY SPRING OF I959 THETIS BAY HAD MORE THAN ACCOM- PLISHED HER MISSION. A NEW FAMILY OF CARRIER TYPES BE- GAN TO APPEAR --LPH, LANDING PLATFORM HELICOPTER. IN MAY OF I959, DURING THIS WESTPAC CRUISE, U. S. S. THETIS BAY ICVHA-II YIELDED HER 'ONE " AND BECAME HLPH-6, TO JOIN THE NEW TYPES OF WHICH SHE WAS THE PROTO- TYPE. 'film . , , - . 7.7 -,-...A -1-V.-Q -g-nrzzr.-Le.:.::r:-rufriuhr-I'2:.:I3i4i'5-:?1?Zf1' - ,fa r :f-:::L.lg:-:---H421-1.2-4-'-2gf:-::::Ifi31E:f5''J-.grz .limi-T "?Jm2!zf':Xhztnniir.:!g:2.1.gq-.-lv. L+?-.-T-'-nr. .:: naw- -1- - T--F - ":-.':'v1z'J:'.-.- EARLY IN APRIL WE WERE NOTIFIED TO PREPARE FOR AN IMMEDIATE DEPLOYMENT TO THE WESTERN PACIFIC. SHORT NOTICE, BUT WE MADE ITf ON APRIL 22, I959, WE WERE SING- LING UP OUR MOORING LINES... THE BROW WAS LIFTED AS EX SHIPMATES WIVES AND SWEETHEARTS REMAINED BEHIND ONCE AGAIN OUR FLIGHT DECK BEGAN TO BRISTLE WITH HELOS THE TROOPS CAME ABOARD AND EVERYWHERE WERE MARINES I MARINES I MARINES I OUR OPERATIONS CARRIED US FROM THE SWELTERING LAND OF BORNEO WHERE WE JOINED FORCES WITH THE SEATO NATIONS, TO STEAMING AT THE VERY BASE OF MT. FUJI. E- --1 fI.fE'94".iizziiziiiiz::?3E.fQ2:TfTfEQ 51iiiii:QIIHEQQZEQ51'3'55212Q22i1iQQi'QZF2SQSEII.5IiIIIi.IIiI.h.'1.'h.'M11 'i'l'1Q'l.'i.'.'uU ELEEE1Ef" ""'ug:u1:uzaLzL:LLL.zpgazagzgma....i.s.:..... - -- -- - 7 ,IE 55 If NO OPERATION IS WITHOUT ITS MOMENTS OF DRAMA... TWO MEN STANDING BENEATH A HOVERING HELICOPTER TO HOOK ON A CARGO LOAD, A ROUTINE OCCUPATIONAL HAZARD. AT BORNEO, A BRITISH OFFICER, A VICTIM OF HEAT PROSTRATION WAS EVACUATED AND BROUGHT ABOARD BY HELO. . MATERIAL FAILURE PUTS ONE DOWN ON DECK. SPEEDY ACTION BY THE CRASH CREWS AVERTS FIRE AND POSSIBLE TRAGEDY. THE FLIGHT DECK IS CLEARED, AND. 1 I A SHIP AND HER MEN ARE MORE THAN A MERE TACTICAL UNI THE CAPTAIN, THE OFFICERS I A AND MEN, THE VERY SHIP HERSELF, ARE DIPLOMATS IN THIS COMPLEX WORLD OF HUMAN RELATIONS. ABOVE : THE EXECUTIVE OFFICER ESCORTS A RELIGIOUS DELE- GATION. LEFT : AN OFFICER OF THE JAPANESE SELF-DEFENSE FORCE IS GREETED BY THE CAPTAIN RIGHT : VISITORS' DAY IN NAHA, OKINAWA ' ' 1 , "'3'5-lffifllfiS'ff?-fi2i1ilt5:i5tLf- J: 1' . 1 "'f733i'ii5ifTf .- ,. , . , - -. YL! .T : ..:.' . PA - A A . L x 1 - 1 r- g Y fJs'f:1'?'i - Q:. h5a2izE??zi!5:inmL -- ' 51:11:312:35315 -3:5-nh . .nqtfifqhh:t!t5t213fQ3!Z1T2!1!!?2H3t1:::1:1::::ztqatzzzgziiaigizzira.. . .. . . . ....... .. ....,. . .......... .-... . . " "' if'1-Eh1.I.m.m,3u5inliuuull-Ihuuuuuuuuuuundmuil Qyrh-".3n. . Q . - 1 v . N """KH.i!lAn!nx1xu u 'wf3'5"a" ,.e 52? - RT Zifluknu un TW , L" iz Q. 1fx:SE5SEgE52ESQ22Ei,1.:.f55252312E55555253:z5:5:35:gi::1,:::,:-,-. .. . " N XC'"''"4'"'WP'123'if'3':f55:51E3E2E15fE55E:E ,:.q.:E-E-I-lfllfx.-. .s 4:-:-zfzgztz 2-g-:-21Lf:H23159:r5:5:55,:.:.:.:.,. V , K L THE COMMANDING OFFICER CAPTAIN CHARLES E. GIBSON, USN CAPTAIN GIBSON IS A CLASS OF '37 GRADUATE OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. AFTER RECEIVING HIS "WINGS" IN I94O, CAPTAIN GIBSON SERVED WITH SCOUTING SQUADRON 42 UNTIL I943. IN EARLY I943, HE FORMED AND COMMISSIONED ESCORT CARRIER SQUADRON 36. LATER THAT SAME YEAR, HE ATTENDED THE U.S. NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL AT ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND. IN I945 CAPTAIN GIBSON RECEIVED HIS MASTER OF SCIENCE AND AERONAUTICAL ENGINEER DEGREES AT THE CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. AFTER HAVING SERVED AS NAVIGATOR ABOARD THE USS BUNKER HILL, AND AS AIR GROUP COMMANDER OF LIGHT CARRIER AIR GROUP ONE, HE SERVED A TWO AND A HALF YEAR TOUR IN THE FIGHTER DESIGN BRANCH, BUAER. FOLLOWING A TOUR OF DUTY AS OPERATIONS OFFICER ABOARD THE USS WASP, CAPTAIN GIBSON SERVED ON THE STAFF OF COMMANDER FLEET AIR EASTERN ATLANTIC AND MEDITTERANEAN. AFTER A TOUR IN THE WARFARE DIVISION, OPNAV, HE ATTENDED THE NATIONAL WAR COLLEGE IN WASHING- TON, D. C., IN I956. FOLLOWING GRADUATION CAPTAIN GIBSON WAS ATTACHED TO THE STAFF OF COMMANDER- IN-CHIEF, ATLANTIC FLEET. HELICOPTER TRAINING AT PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, PRE- CEDED CAPTAIN GlBSON'S ARRIVAL IN CALIFORNIA IN MARCH OF I959 WHEN HE ASSUMED COMMAND OF THE USS THETIS BAY. we df -h-EH.-Pda MH THE EXECUTIVE OFFICER COMMANDER JOHN W. CROWE, USN COMMANDER CROWE ENTERED THE NAVY DIRECTLY UPON GRADUATION FROM MANHATTAN COLLEGE IN NEW YORK IN I94O. FLIGHT TRAINING COMPLETED, COMMANDER CROWE RECEIVED HIS "WINGS" IN 1941. AFTER SERVING HIS FIRST TWO YEAR TOUR AS AN AVIATOR ABOARD THE USS OMAHA EARLY IN WORLD WAR Il, COMMANDER CROWE NEXT SERVED IN PATROL BOMBER SQUADRON I28 WHERE HE PARTICIPATED IN A VARIETY OF AIR ATTACK MISSIONS, FROM ASW TO LOW-LEVEL STRIKE MISSIONS. AFTER THE CLOSE OF WORLD WAR II, HE SERVED AS AN INSTRUCTOR IN THE NROTC. NEXT DUTY WAS WITH PATROL SQUADRON 8 IN AR- GENTIA, NEWFOUNDLAND, AND GREENLAND, WHERE THE FIRST COLD WEATHER TESTING OF THE P2V NEPTUNE PATROL CRAFT WAS ACCOMPLISHED. AFTER A BROAD RANGE OF DUTIES FROM TEST PILOT AT THE NAVAL AIR TEST CENTER AND ATTENDANCE AT THE ARMED FORCES STAFF COLLEGE TO STAFF DUTY WITH COMMANDER FLEET AIR WING ELEVEN, AND DUTY IN THE PATROL DESIGN BRANCH, BUAER IN I957 COM- MANDER CROWE BECAME THE COMMANDING OFFICER OF PATROL SQUADRON FIVE. DURING HIS TOUR WITH PATROL SQUADRON FIVE, THE COMMANDER MADE EXTENSIVE ICE RECONNAISANCE FLIGHTS OVER THE ARCTIC REGIONS. IN AUGUST 1958, HE LED A SPECIAL SURVEY FLIGHT OVER THE NORTH POLE IN CONNECTION WITH FUTURE SUBMARINE TRANSITS UNDER THE ARCTIC ICE CAP. AFTER HELICOPTER TRAINING AT PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, IN EARLY I959, COMMANDER CROWE REPORTED ABOARD THE USS THETIS BAY IN APRIL TO BECOME EXECUTIVE OFFICER. . 1 , NN , ., :Allyn-AV,vf-5ff-lli' N "" " E' Tj--W Y , , THE CAPTAIN AND EXECUTIVE OFFICER ON THE BRIDGE AIR DEPARTMENT ., ...L...., - '.:-4 ' waz- '-' '-' ' I" I ' ' f"1:. ,""?'I " JT nz'-zL1"' ' '5 5" ' 'A '.j 'i'g"' ' "'1"'lf,'f5 TT U - EfI2a.HIB'3?B:fm1R3f5w5fws9'aE5d251ff5HI5aa:AEi3?sS?3LI8vrnfzzisziss.IH?L2z3fI:2a2I.:fIea2?IILIsErI1a2w H Wf- ,ulmgx an f'f-ff , rv., - . ,E . ...I ""' f E' .R R- . . 1144 - ff:f1L,,.,'.Q Ig AIR DEPARTMENT GIVES REALIZATION or OUR GOAL: i LAUNCH AND RECOVER HELIcoPTERs. H . 4 '-1 :.:. 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THE YELLOW OR BLUE COLORED JERSEYS AREN'T THE ONLY SYMBOL OF V-I, THEY HAVE A GOOD TAN, A TIRED LOOK, AND A HUNGRY STOMACH: THEY ARE FLIGHT DECK CREWMEN. E TAXI XII vi-I THE HELOS MOVE OUT COCHRAN, AB I, OUR PLANK-HOLDING FLIGHT DECK P. O. df X Second row - Iett to right: LT J. D. WILKINSON L. L. PITTMAN, ABAN R. W. FAUSTIN, ATI P. H. DAYE, AN R. C. BENELLI AN E. H. BLANCHARD, AN C. L. BRANNON, AN Front row - left to right: J. D. COSBY, AN R. E. NEWMAN, AMH3 T. B. LESLIE, AN C. C. SISCO, ADR3 L. LEE, AN . 1, Second row-Ieft to right G. G. JACKSON, AE2 J. D. SMITH, AN I L. F. IKAINZ, AN w. L. STANLEY, AN T. D. MCCRARY AT3 A. L. GOODNON, AEM3 Front row - Ieft to right: R. MATUS, AMAN C. D. EDWARDS, AN R. T. CLOER, AN C. R. MENGEDOHT, AN H. E. TEAL, AN N. K. RODGERS, AN I r, W VVVV -Y lim- ..,.., ,.......i First row- left to right D. R. WALLIES, ABG3 R. L. VICE, AN J. D. JACKSON, AN H. J. SUMMERS, AN R. W. LASSWELL, AN Second row -left to right: Third row-left to right: R. M. ELEK, AB3 G. F. ROZINEK, ADC J. D. CARTER, AN W. C. TROGLIN, AEMAN B. J. HIGHTOWER, AA D. ECKSTEIN, AN l.. F. KADOUN, AN B. E. LOCKE, AN R. J. CAMILLERI, AMH2 W, E, ABNEY, SA J. D. CRIPE, AB2 H. BRIDGE, ABGAN D. W. LANE, AN -'N---wa -my ...ff -W-,1,..x,.s,gv5fg wf+,1gQqin'yrmwf ,-W.-.aixfmgfw-A-wwX--.vffmanunmu-1 - W: - Y V- V -A--V--M-0---W - THE FIRSTIMPRESSION OF V-4 DIVISION IS A BLUR OF FLEET- FOOTED YOUNG MEN IN RED JERSEYS, CARRY- ING A CONGLOMERATION OF CO2 BOTTLES, SWABS, AND HOSES ACROSS THE FLIGHT DECK. AS OUR HELOS, IN THEIR SHUTTLE TO THE OBJECTIVE, RETURN TO THE SHIP AND TOUCH DOWN, PERFECT TEAM WORK IS DISPLAYED ON THE FLIGHT DECK: WITHIN MOMENTS V-4 HAS DASHED OUT, REFUELED THE AIRCRAFT, AND CLEARED THEIR GEAR. THE MARINES RAPIDLY LOAD, AND ANOTHER HELO HEADS TOWARD LAND IN THE NEVER-ENDING CIRCUIT. : .::::'-I ':L:1:1f':11.2Y:f:ii:2iE: F E:I 5' :I' wr ' 4': ' 1: ' :::':"' ' 'f'g'.,I,.1..'g.g. g. x.'1..: " I WI .ii M AFTER THE EXCITEMENT OF FLIGHT-QUARTERS HAS PASSED, THE AIR BOSS INSPECTS HIS FLIGHT DECK AS THE CREW TURNS TO CHIPPERS AND SCRAPERS. BELOW DECKS, INVENTORY BEGINS OF THE DAY'S EXPENDITURES. . ., fi.W-A.-.wfnfrzzvrunwuvuziisnazmezfzwazanzazmsemmzwz22SFfzf:f:1v2frfi2i?IWgif,?g22v,,,,,,,,-?3,1?f:C:...''ii.'L" 'WPW' 'x H f 3 ,..- ...H.Y..Lgkw.,.,,,......- v.gu.nu.uV-'--15---5"'-5------ull!!-545-I-5-5""'L A ' H ' J D Q - P V- ... 5 . Standing -'left to right: Seated-left fo right: ENS RUPERT E. MACLEAN, JR. LT ANTONIO NEVAREZ WO HOBART J. SEXTON LTJG JOHN I.. ULRICH ENS LAWRENCE R. TILLMAN, JR. LCDR LAURENCE C. BROOKS CWO HORACE C. LENON ENS JAMES R. SIDWELL cwo WALTER C. STRENK 1:3 'lffiiiliix-38385355-d'E' LOG ROOM YEOMEN THERE ARE COUNTLESS GUAGES TO BE WATCHED STEAM IS THEIR MAIN PRODUCT. SWEAT IS THE PRICE. STEAM PROVIDES THE POWER FOR OUR PROPULSION, OUR MOVEMENT. THE VALUE OF AN AIRCRAFT CARRIER AS A WEAPON DEPENDS UPON ITS ABILITY TO MOVE. , - " I I" ""'-"1 . ", 1 I-f 1 -'br Y , s .11 4 u-.LC.x.-.....-..-Y I AND VALVES TO BE TURNED ,-'A' Kneeling-Ieff to right Standing-left to right R. POWELL, JR., FN C. W. PATTERSON, FN T. M. LEMMONS, FN s. O. HUNTER, FN B, R, KERTH, FN W- A- BUEU-, MM3 R. L. CLOPTON, FN F. L. BURLEY, FN G. R. KANUPP, FN A. F. WHITE, MMT M. C. DEMORY, FN G. D. LEWELLEN, MR3 J- R- HOLGUWI FN R. D. RICKER, MRFN G- B- H'LKEf MM3 FF F. WILSON, FN C. C. CARTWRIGHT, EN3 B. J. SIMMONS, FN DIVISI TINY AT WORK A DIVISION OF MACHINIST-MATES, MACHINERY REPAIRMEN, AND INSTRU- MENTMEN. THEY REPAIR AND SERVICE ANYTHING FROM THE EQUIPMENT IN THE LAUNDRY, GALLEY, AND SCULLERY, TO THE BOAT ENGINES, DIESEL GENERA- TORS AND FIRE PUMPS. THE TOOLS OF THEIR .TRADE ARE THE LATHE, THE DRILL PRESS, AND IKNOW-HOW". 1 Flrst row- left to right Front row - Ieft to right: E. W. JOHNSON, FN C. E. KELLY, FN A. AUGER, BTI M. A. FOWERS, BT2 Bock row- Ieft to right I'I. KRON, FN P. D. YATES, FN G. C. TRUJILLO, BTI C. F. BRINSON, FN G. W. LOONEY. BT3 E. T. WALLACE, FN P. I. GAMBOA, FN J R MOORE FN H. O. ARNESON J B. WEBB FN W. M J. PERRY, W R D. R. FLOYD L J DAVIS J. E. TYLER S L RAPP W E F. M.' URIBE J. B. PATTERSON2, J. I. LEE, BT2 J. P. BEAR, BT3 illliiiiifii.. ' T' ' - , A DIVISION B DIVISION HAS MORE STEAM THAN ANY DIVISION ABOARD-FOR THE SIMPLE REASON THAT THEY MAKE THE STUFF. OUR TWO EVAPORATORS, THE ONLY SOURCE OF FRESH WATER AT SEA, FEED THE BOILERS. BOILER REPAIRMEN MAINTAIN MACHINERY AND RE- PAIR THE BOILERS THEMSELVES, THE FIREROOM PERSONNEL OP- ERATE THE BOILERS IN TEMPERA- TURES OFTEN ABOVE 1200. First ROW ' 'eff fo fi9I"T1 Second Row - left To right: Third Row - left to right: A. s. MASA, TN c. E. HALL, :cs cs. L. ALLEN, lC2 R. PURDIE, EMI c. H. CHAPMAN, Lccs E. E. PRICE, EMI M. c. BRUNTON, IC3n J. GRIEGO, FN R. T. BROADWAY, EMFN A. VARGAS, FN A. BREARD, EMFN T. HALE, EMFN E. TAYLOR, ICFN G. ADAMS, EMFN B. MAYNOR, FN F. D. TUSIA, EM3 R. L. RANDALL, EM3 M. RILEY, FN E. MCFARLAND, EM2 R. E. B. J. A. K. L. G. E. B. E. SKIDMORE, FN THOMPSON, FN V. DINGMAN, EM3 C. GETTINGS, FN L. JOHNSON, FN R. HICKS, FN J. STILGER, EM3 L. NOYES, FN G. UNDERWOOD, EM3 G. TUTEN, EMFN HMMMM .... IT SAYS HERE ..... -l.E.....v ..... ,...,,.m. . ..... ug............x....1u-gnfmgggigggmwai.aaaasazqar':azz-',::az:::::::!:::L:::::t:':' E DIVISION SERVICES THE SOUND-POWERED PHONES, THE GYROS, THE MOVIES, POWER FOR THE AIRCRAFT ELEVATOR, AND THE GEN- ERATION AND DISTRIBUTION OF ELEC- TRICITY THROUGHOUT THE SHIP. ONE WORD SUMS UP THEIR WORK. ELECTRIFYING ! I f f . W Y Standing - left to right G. A. BROWN, FN D. A. JONES, FA C. R. GOOLSBY, FN D. G. CHAPMAN, FN J. L. GEBHART, FN J. G. ADAMS, FN G. F. SODERBERG, FN B. R. LARSON, FN D. D. MULCAHY, FN Sitting - left to right : D. K. SCHERER, MM3 A. F. WHITE, MMI R. D. MULLARKEY, MMC H. E. STEPHENS, MM3 R. W. LOW, MM3 Standing - left to right J. B. HILL, FN J. R. JETT, FN J. W. WREYFORD, FN R. D. GARDNER, FN L. J. MEKOSKY, FN W. J. MATHISON, FA J. B. TAYLOR, FN H. C. SMITH, FN Sitting -left to right J. M. SIMMONS, MM3 C. E. LINDSEY, MMI WO. H. J. SEXTON M. D. OHMAN, MM2 D. R. GLEDHILL, MM3 IS FOR MACHINIST MATE IS FOR MAIN ENGINES IS FOR MOTION THROUGH THE WATER DIVISION OPERATES OUR MAIN NIGINES. THEIR MACHINERY CON- ERTS THE ENERGY OF THE STEAM ITO THE MECHANICAL ENEGY THAT JRNS THE SCREWS AND PROPELS ,FUR SHIP. THE THROTTLEMAN IS THE HU- MAN LINK BETWEEN THE ENGINE ORDER TELEGRAPH AND THE POWER BEHIND THE THROTTLE. Third row - left to righf CWO. H. G. LENON, CHSHIPREPTECH R. P. LINARES, FN L. J. RODD, DCI W. D. STEWART, FN W. T. SMITH, FN V. M. RETZLAFF, FN E. M. BRIDGES, SFI G. C. CAVENDER, FN L. A. COLEMAN, FN G. J. RUPPERT, FN L. A. HARTMAN, FN Second row- left fo right J. J. HALL, FN R. W. LAFORME, FA D. H. COOK, FN D. B. REYNOLDS, DC2 J. E. RAND, SFP3 C. A. FELTZ, FN L. HORN, DC3 A. B. FULKERSON, SFM2 E. ALLRED, SFC J. B. MANNING, SFC Firsf row Ieff to right: E. G. MOORE, FN T. L. REED, FN B. L. FOLCK, SFP3 R. L. ZIEGER, FN D. R. HALL, FN T. S. HINNERSHITZ, SFP2 M. C. KRONAUER, DC3 DAMAGE CONTROL IS THEIR SPECIALITY. PIPEFITTERS, WELDERS, CARPENTERS, AND METALSMITHS HANDLE ANYTHING FROM LAYING THE FLIGHT DECK TO INSTAL- LING FAN BRACKETS. THEY ARE CONSTANTLY ON CALL, AND RECEIVE JOB ORDERS WITH A SMILE. REED BENDS ONE RODD SUPERVISING 4,g,g.,,,l iifiiiiliikxiiliiiit "HWYb.lJ'W"'i1!'7'3'fif BACK THE BOOKS -hegzgzg-.1 x DTQPI X NR 'Qs AX lx zgx x 4- wg "Nz Xxxlfgfs. 7332+ 'nun ww ,,,,,,,,A ' - Sw-Kww,f1.fcwz::w x ,V . w4""' ' M , 04.-. S' Wu... , wlfqxx , ii X X-wwwfaxim. In ,M - , N in 'fI"?Q7Xww'- Y ' " Q X X 'X X , wt, 'N fn Z S gn-Mm ' .Wm MAX as-v,5f..N, 3 'sm Nw N.. V TAB. CLERK 1253. SE? Q ,,,, 3,77 0 ,fi A . .1 in 49 .W X , ff fl-C' 'C' QT" Q-X f -Y 3' 1 X UT? of E Y .2 w ' X. wa K . Q-ww., ffm 7 . X 4' f xx - ' " TJ im M 4:2-nh X12-I51iG!"""'-.mi nw-Qx2Trvfrv1mt43xn1x-xxrsf1rnvfv::vffff1f'-vvm1-fum.v1-1,-1-ff nm.-- WV R Q., Saw QM -mv ,,.,,,, .wx , Q . S Q, K X ' SMT , , i X N f ' A . X V t X-9 4' 4 X ? AA Q X 1 wQp.-,M of ' wr - fn-Q N,.X, Left Io right: CDR KERMIT R CASSADY ICHCI ENS WILLIAM R BOIE LTJG SIDNEY A. STUTZ Third row - Ieff Io right: M. D. AKERS, SN D. L. RAKES, YNSN C. F. ALLISON, SN D. H. STEPHENS, PNI R. L. PRYOR, YN2 W. N. SMITH, FA H. S. MAY, SN S. F. STEVENSON, PH3 H. A. FIELDS, AC2 J. BERRY, BMC Second row- Ieff to righf J. D. YEATES, PN3 R. D. WHITMAN, PN3 R. L. HAWK, SN W. D. SUTHERLAND, YNI T. ROBBINS, YN3 L. F. O'DELL, SN A. M. CANALES, YN3 C. A. HEWITT, BMI A. A. RENCZKOWSKI, MMI C. L. CARPENTER, AGYXSGT First row-left to right: LTJG S. A. STUTZ ENS W. R. BOIE CWO J. T. MCGUIGAN CWO JOHN T MCGUIGAN For rlghf . CAPTAIN WILLIAM P. HEIM USMC THE SHIP IS THE EXECUTIVE STAFF. THE LEGAL OFFICE GIVES ADVICE IN PERSONAL LEGAL PROBLEMS AS WELL AS IN MILITARY LAW ABOARD SHIP. THE CAPTAIN'S OFFICE AND THE EXECUTIVE OFFICER'S OFFICE, A MINUTELY DETAILED PROFESSIONAL RECORD OF EVERYONE ABOARD SHIP IS CAREFULLY FILED AND MAINTAINED. CHAPLAIN HOLDS RELIGIOUS SERVICE ON SUNDAY, OFFERS OUR YER AT NIGHT, BUT BEYOND THAT, HE IS CONTINUALLY TAKING OF US, FROM ADVICE IN PERSONAL MATTERS TO SCHEDULING TOURS IN THE NEXT LIBERTY PORT. THE SHIP'S OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE, AND OUR MAIL, CORRESPON- DENCE COURSES, THE POD, MUSTER REPORTS, REPORT SLIPS, LIBERTY 'CARDS AND LEAVE PAPERS ALL COME UNDER THE EXECUTIVE STAFF. N9 THEY TOTAL ONE THING PAPERWORK!!! I Q. . 7 f I , fl .J . ' - 5 ku I ,,,-, gimagiaiagwx,miximmiggamimigiaug:,wgggggggggggzg535g:g531::3:.::g::::::::::::::::::::::1z:::::::?Z::EEE552521:EE5EEEEEEEE?EE?EEZZiEEE:5EEEEEIESESEEZEIEEES: BACKING UP TI'IE EXECUTIVE OFFICER IN THE ADMINISTRATION OF NOW, WHO IN THE HECK TOOK THOSE SOPA INSTRUCTIONS THIS TIME! ALRIGHT MARINES NOW LISTEN UP' MAILMAN SORRY, YOU'LL HAVE TO SEE MR. BOIE, COME BACK TOMORROW RACKET SQUAD THE SMILING MA'S MISTER MONEY ORDERS DISCIPLE H2 GI" """'--W ZHIZIZ X X Xf Sxq x X WW X " , X vm "1 '- -. - ., ,, . , .. , X, ... ,X X,,,-X ,X 1, X . Y' N ..-V Hi- fa, N -:X X:-1 "fb-v:'XX'2 V -XNY'wyF-1-'fq' '.xXXgf'-"M af X 300, ,f X 3, 544-,w:X, X X5 , X M0 X., K Q XXV. yqfm'-,,:.XX-.XX ,AX-,-.X X, Q -X. MXXXXM XXXM , XfXX ,, ,XgqM, X,X W. X 39, 1, Xxfxf f- Xgzfk, SXX X f -XXXX ffr- X0 WX Q f ,X XX ,ZX WNXXXQ-:W ,NX X f -1 :XXXQMX f X Xwf X XX Y XXXX AQ X if faxpfgqhx 1135 XX M X I X , X XXXXX 0 U S XX f. 'y Xxgazx Nga X , Xk XXX , .X X - X f , XXXXXXXXXX ,XX XXf,,fX XQvf,XXX .X X X X XX J , XXX, Lx it 4 Xxwmg X X x 'X X -XXXQNQ ,J X X X W X X XX xx X X X, ,XX XXX, XXSXX QW XXX X XX K eo X ?2X'f Xff X D XXSXX KN Spy XXV X . - Q XX ' XX X X " , YXXXX ' f XXX LXXXX I V 'f X f 5, X f ff X fi X X , XX . i, " X X 0 ,XXV XXXXXXXXXX XXXf1XmXXXXX aff' -.f1,,,X'h XJ M XX 'wx M 115,51 Q 'S NX':f,y'if:XXXXX XQXX XX Wi! rf ' Xf' f X WX X - X XQMS X X ,XVX,4XXQX4f,,X,XX Xw, W ,055-,X XXX f MAX V XXX W LW ,XM M W MXXX XXX X MNMMXXXXX , XXSNXXXX X XX X XX XXXQXXX , THE GUNNERY DEPARTMENT HAS A DIVERSITY OF TALENTS AND SPECIALITIES: FROM THE ANCIENT CRAFT OF DECK SEAMANSHIP APPLIED TO REFUELING AT SEA, ANCHORING AND THE EVER-PRESENT NEED FOR BOATS, TO THE DILIGENT AND OFTEN EXHAUSTING MAINTENANCE, REPAIR, AND PIN- POINT ALIGNMENT OF GUNS. THE HONOR GUARD AND PIPING THE SIDE, AND I' AWAY THE GIG AWAY " ..... ALL ARE A MATTER OF ROUTINE IN THE GUNNERY DEPARTMENT WHERE THE TRADITION AND ARTS OF THE OLD NAVY ARE STILL MOST EVIDENT. -mn. -vm .. ,. . . -, ww- ,. unzuuuxuxx -r .r . - -nf m-.,,..,..,,,,,.,....,.--,,, . ....,.,-,- iwwgf wg, Sf J 1' . ,. .Q 1. Tsf row - left to right: J. F. RIVERIA, SN D. M. O'DONNEL, SN C. F. MOSELEY, SN W. G. HONCHELL, SN S. N. CALICDAN, SN J. L. HUNTER, SN R. N. BLACK, SN 2nd row - left fo right: J. G. BEYER, BM2 C. J. SPERING, BM2 R. N. DUPEE, BMT ENS E. T. MILLER S. O. STAUPE, BM3 R. C. WILSON, SN W. E. BOWERS, BMSN 3rd row - leff to right: H. T. TURLEY, SN R. A. THEOBALD, SN G. W. BROKAW, SA D. J. AYAG, SA D. M. SOLVANG, SA J. W. HOUSH, SA R. T. SHEWMAKER, SN C. A. RISLEY, SN R. V. STEVENSON, SA COXSWAIN AY ROUTINE: SUNBATHING ON THE A SLE I' BOY THESE TATTOOS ON YOUR BACK REALLY SOMETHING " RST DIVISION SQUARE AWAY THAT HAT, SAILOR I! FOC'SLE SAILORS, GUARDIANS OF OUR GROUND UUUMPH THESE LONG BOAT COXSWAINS AND ABLE-BODIED GROUNDSWELLS GET MEI i ALWAYS A GOOD SOURCE FOR A COUPLE FOR A WORKING PARTY. I WHAT! ME WORRY ? E l l 1 , t 5 ,.. is 'mv' f , . , '7 . Q .M , 1 I ,W . . V24 N il , -v-f ,f 'ii xx 5 Q31 . 0. . . 5 1 J x R 5 X f 2 R S -- 'Q N W f -Qlffz f A x f R 3 Q S .Sf 5 5555 "xk , fi R , R R First row -left to right Second row- left to right J. W. HARPSTER, SN l.. O. THOM, SN C. CAS'lll.l.O, BMSN T. R. STEWART, SN W. J. KLEINT, BM3 B. JONES, SN P. W. PICKARD, BM2 J. B. MAHAFFEY, SN J. B. STOCKMAN, BMl R. H. GUBERMAN, SA ENS D. E. LAGERBERG W. C. HOLLENBECK, SN l.. D. TURNER, BM2 R, B, MAXWELL, SN M- OPAHI BM3 J. T. VINSON, SN R- l-- THOMAS, BM3 J. BEASELY, BMSN D- P- SMITH, SN R. W. SCHULTZ, SN RWTH! Sauk!! hh M- in K. Third row- left to right J. R. TROMCYNSKI, SN l.. O. BOONE, SN P. L. BOEHME, SN C. l.. FARFAN, SA A. GUll.l.EN, SN J. G. GUGGENBUEHL, SN R. J. PICHE, SN v. ROGERS, SN D. A. CARTER, SN J. YOUNG, SN I CHARLIE WRAPPING LIFE-LINES SECOND DIVISION THE FANTAIL SAILORS, WHOSE PRIDE IS THE CAPTAIN'S GIG. THEY ARE READY FOR ANY- THING FROM BOATS OR LINEHANDLING TO BATTLE STATIONS ON THE GUN MOUNTS. AND FURTHERMORE .......... - v-v1--r--f---Q-H'-"" """"":1ZZi.I2Z1l1 11121".CLSZiT'YH!2J1l!I'7 ORANGE IS MY FAVORITE COLOR! ,, z X6 ,f, L f ff , M .fi Z f fx, f 1 gsf ' ff N X wi W 4 X xv' X fa 4 , '11 ,uf N ' mwfgwf ', , gXVWf 1 : ,fsiffa S X 1 X - gqf - HW 5 5:15 big ! f W xx I , 1 , 415 x ,,Qg44.W-Nf,f . VA Q X f X 'ff X xv rv' My. , . 4,.x, ,, ,,, NN . ,Wi A ,A SW QW xv .ay wgwzg Q xj-.,',, N5 , V , wwx N - N' ,Aww ,:f-,..,.--.,..s:m,..:: ,r IeII I0 Y SN Icf, I rn GM2 GEN, ' R, eu E SN I SN IRAW II JOIE eII Inf I SN IIIIDGE, N FOX DIVISION: ONE OF THE SMALLEST DIVISIONS WITH THESE ORDNANCE PEOPLE THINK THEY CAN FIX A LARGE SHARE OF THE TOUGHEST WORK. UNDER ANYTHING I THEIR CARE COMES ALL OF OUR ORDNANCE EQUIPMENT, FROM THE GUN MOUNTS DOWN TO THE LAST FORTY FIVE IN THE ARMORY. ALL OF WHICH, YOU CAN BE SURE, ARE IN TOP OPERATING CONDITION. TRANSMISSION CHECK I I REEUELING AT SEA AS SEEN FROM HIGH UNDER THE STAR- BOARD CATWALK I THE PAINT LOCKER A W,AM,NmWml'w www, ' .wfmS.+vfIIgW'M' Y Z: X ,,,, Wy, , , Y I: , W, W,,,Sw Jueuvuwng I,, ,,,,,SX. -S ffff I f - I 1 ' 'am PMN RWEEB. OVER THE SIDE Wm-X-XYY BUSY N-U-,,,,..,.-0"" II .,,,, A f" A T . 1-A-JI., -SX Q HOLSH WINCES AT THE OF'MORE DECKS T0 CHIP oo I FROM SEAMAN TO FIRST LIEUTENANT IN THREE EASY STEPS 1 -. v - V- -- -V , 3, . . . . pasta- -,- , - - .Sy-,. ,. .nfvm x::,.- . ---31 .mc-.,.. ....r...... -.. . V - --.... .-.nu-n lun 1 .-. . . . x s7gngi:""' ' "T G ""1"'5--1" '- ' .. .. . .J . '- ,... ...... ... fv-f-f---.1-aw-'rv -fy-uwq, -,. I .W .., ...,.......:..::uav,...:1a.n:1:.:a:ar''mm:::::!xrx:g::::'a"----gg?-P-fi-532 Il ia!-5-lil? ...... ...., - ,.... .,... , 5 . ... . . ,f 1-1:-H -,-V.. . . K 4 UV., 5. .,l-.'c- v J p 7'-nfff' .' 0- ,Mya - :MJ-'Lf , A ,, . . f 535 A -15.-.aj 1. 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NRA-Q.1'I'g 'M LWW,,-..,,NM',,,..f"'-,MNWA OUR DENTIST IS VERY APPROPRIATELY NAMED: COMMANDER SHARP ggggqsqifqagewmmzasaisszazia2:. 1 - 1 BZZZZZZZZZT NINETY PROOF. 44 I? f Af M 4 zaffx X xf' Q ,T ' x rw- Q 5 , 1 , V 5 My .S A A ff :. x ,. W , I, Txv lff . fi - . X 1 l 1 4 -Vg ' V 2 I 1 , '12.-Qi? 'E X ' f X L N ' . .' "-"fr: ' 5 V Q A -g-. M, ,A,.,,,-, , ,-,,,, H, N .-,, ,,,,,,,,,.,, m,,,u-,,,,.,:,3T-3y..V..n 'pu wx a ..... .. . , .."" A A Y A rn - vw 1 . J I A I ,,.,.,.,.,,.,.,..u ..-...N ....... . ....V W.---.....x,,..,- -..... In C' n 4 qs :nun uv sux mu 55353Sj5E?QWI5'IfZi,3i?fQi:1,QaZffi'.t.LgiIg211'-xi'a'fvi-Aj. ixfj :Z-g. 5 .1 fx - " - ' f' - " ' ' """"" r- r n .r xz' -N f--H ,, M . . . .. .. ... -lui?"-my ,JJ ' JAG 1' '5 3224128 zlwlllw -if-' USL Lu- .n'lf1.uluGU7i'5' 3 1' 7' 5' ' 5 M J X Z? aww , 5 m 1 S 1 l, L ! I I 1 I 1 7 '1 in 11 'I za, 32 Y B1 E? asf ,xh si' P1 ,. Left A. Q. LONGMIRE, OMC Front row- left to right D. E. CHILCUTT, SN C. L. CUEVAS, SN L. E. OSBORN, QM3 B. W. WATSON, QM3 K. R. WATSON, QM2 Bock row - left to right: D. M. FUHS, SN W. E. RIDGEWAY, SN J. D. LEE, QM3 E. E. TAYLOR, SN , .. A , .. ' LM IMUST GO DOWN TO THE SEAS AGAIN, CE. TO THE LONELY SEA AND THE SKY, AND ALL I ASK IS A TALL SHIP AND A STAR TO STEER HER BY, AND THE WHEEL'S KICK AND THE WIND'S SONG AND THE WHITE SAIL'S SHAKING, VIGI AND A GREY MIST ON THE SEA'S FACE AND A GREY DAWN BREAKING. JOHN MASEFIELD, I 902 A OUTER SP FROM MONSTER UR 2 I P -4 -I '4 P Z rn P Z cn I 72 O Z rn 7K I'I'I cn E Z ED -I I P -I UT Z P cn E 5 Q O Z P il nu 411. HELLO-O-O-O DOWN THERE. LEE HAS THE HELM, SIR. ACCORDING TO My NOON POSIZI' MA' DI M,4rr.eQ WE'f?E av oowfvrow 4 I 5 I F! ,' Q T ' SIOUX CITY, IOWA BOY THAT STEVE ALLEN'S GREAT' N X X WILTON HOTEL BEARS ZE-RO EIGHT SEVEN X wwf 'GWXTW V' u -n' , 4 ia. QA Q o Q . us . .Q Q 9 Q Q Q . . 'I Q Q. Q 1 1 ' dui 1 .U . us. V b 'H a -4 1 I ".. . -' :K Ng, il . Q , 1 'q . . Q Q .Q .' 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' . 44 4 " IQ" ,, A X ' 1 ' 4. . 44. 4 .I ...Q - R fin A - " 4 ' '44, 4 -si' ' ' 1' , 9' Q 5 A , Q 1' , 43,4 4' 4-04,....I...4-ul 44" . 1 iq' It-N - - L' , 4 at .1 frzjr!-Q!! 4 .4 'O : A I .Q - ' ' f1fQ Pi'1'..' 4 '4 4 A X, ' 5V.".',.-if L Af 4 4 4 - . 54 . 'f' 4, , '4 X ,, . 'Ny -qi ' 4 ,, . - ' 'f 'Q' ' 'i'?' . : u fu -21.111 ' 1 ' ' 5 fed left to right. Standing, Ieff Io right: L ' ' me CLAUDE E. RUSH W0 KENNETH W- CROWE LCDR ERNEST R.. WINSLETT ENS LARRY N- PUMA5 LCDR CLAUDE D. TATE ENS JOHN W- BEST' JR- CDR VLADA D, BURSIK ENS THEODORE F. DRIGGERS LCDR STANLEY C. SCHOLD inserf phofo: ' MAJOR VERNON C. SHORTSLEEVES, USMC LT ROGER N- KERSCH LTJG DENNIS H. GERBER OPERATIONS IS INFORMATION INFORMATION THAT IS COLLECTED BY VISUAL AND ELECTRONIC MEDIA, PHOTOGRAPHERS, OPERATION ORDERS AND PLANS, INFORMATION THAT IS EVALUATED BY PHOTO INTERPRETERS, AEROLOGISTS AND INTELLIGENCE EXPERTS, A INFORMATION THAT IS TRANSLATED INTO ORDERS AND RECOMMENDATIONS. INFORMATION THAT IS DISSEMINATED TO THOSE RESPONSIBLE FOR ACTION. OPERATIONS IS INFORMATION. THE BASIS FOR COMMAND DECISION! I MBAT INFORMATION CENTER SIGNAL GANG MAKING UP THEIR HOIST 9990? 1 esessi 000 sasssssass Sim mm Im 60303 llll THE PATTERN OF A RADIO PATCH PANEL Bock row -left to right: Front row -left to right G. H. MAGEE, SN R. S. MATSUMOTO, SN R. CONNELLY, YN3 R. A. PAGE, ET1 R. M. GATLIN, ETR3 M. J. MITCHELI., ETN3 D. L. HARTMAN, ETRSN E. J. THORNTON, PHG3 J. O. BERRY, ETRSN H. W. BRANTLEY, ETC INFORMATION: ABOUT THE WEATHER, TY- PHOONS, TROPICAL STORMS, DERIVED FROM CHARTS, BALOONS, AND TRANSMISSIONS. +AND THE MAINTENANCE OF THE ELECTRONIC QIGEAR, THE LORAN, THE FATHOMETER, RADIO 'TRANSMITTERS AND RECEIVERS, WHICH BRING INFORMATION INTO EVERY DEPARTMENT ABOARD SHIP. PHOTOGRAPHIC INFORMATION -ABOUT TERRAIN, AN ACCIDENT ABOARD SHIP, HMM, TAKUSAN WIRES. I IA HISTORIC EVENT, AND PERSONAL RECORDS. THESE ARE THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF OAE. hnglm, I I I SO IIIIIII THIS ONE IS NAMED I TYPHOON ELLEN ", EH ? Front row - left to right: Bock row - Ieft tb right : I D. G D. J. C. A. R. LEWIS, RD3 R. E. KEHM, RD3 R. J. MCGAFFIGAN, D. OTT, RD3 J. P. BUTLER, JR. ACI D. N. DEXTER, ACC R. MOSS, RD3 A. F. THUENTE, RD3 W. H. JAMES, RDSNM M. HANS, RD3 E. L. CLARK, RD3 C. E. ATWOOD, RD3' E. DICKENS, JR., ACT3 E. H. RITER, RD2 R. P. SHILLABER, AC2 C. HARRISON, SN LTJG C. E. RUSH L. J. BENAC, RDI ENS J. W. BEST HDC AT WORK INFORMATION. MORE SPECIFICALLY, COMBAT INFORMATION, WHERE THE SAFETY AND EFFEC- MARK HIM. ONE SEVEN THREE, , NINE THOUSAND. "3 TIVENESS OF THETIS BAY IS MAINTAINED. FROM RADAR-ANCHORING TO AA DEFENSE, ALL INFORMATION GOES THROUGH COMBAT IN- FORMATION CENTER. CONTROL OF AIRCRAFT AFTER LAUNCHING IS A VITAL JOB OF THE DIVISION. WORKING IN CONJUNCTION WITH OUR HELOS OUT, KEEPS TRACK OF THEM, AND HELICOPTER DIRECTION CENTER CIC VECTORS BRINGS THEM SAFELY HOME 1 - ' 1,1-:" A HOT CONTACT IS WATCHED CLOSELY Standing - Ieff Io' rigI1I: J. M. YARBROUGH, SN R. C. ADAMS, RM3 R. E. LEWIS, RM3 R. W. HUMPHREY, RM3 B. R. SIMMONS, RMC F. C. THELER, RMSN A. A. STANDERSKI, SN H. E. MCDONALD, RM3 Kneeling - Ieff Io right: L. L. REYNOLDS, TE IRMIC J. A. KIRKLAND, RM3 J. R. WEISENBERGER, RM3 D. L. GLASS, RMI J. T. VANCE, TE IRMII B. L. WARFIELD, RMSN W. C. PINCKNEY, RMI R. G. TURPEN, RMI INFORMATION GATHERED FROM A SERIES OF DOTS AND DASHES MEANINGLESS TO MOST OF US BY WHICH O R KEEPS US IN CONTACT WITH THE REST OF THE NAVY AND THE REST OF THE WORLD OR IS THE VOICE AND EARS OF THE SH P. IF I EVER LEARN TO WORK THIS BLASTED MACHINE, I'LL PROBABLY MAKE CHIEF! HELLO, MR. AND MRS. AMERICA TURPEN RMI AT A RADIO PATCH PANEL Standing - left to right e ENS T. F. DRIGGERS D. E. GODFREY, SN L. P. DURAND, SM3 A. P. VITANOVEC, SMI Kneeling -left to right :, K. W. RHOADS, SM3 G. L. TAYSON, SMBM3 OS Standing - left to right : G. C. WOLFF, SMSN J. S. KUTIS, SN R. D. THOMASON, SN L. B. STRICKLAND, SN L. A. BICE, SN Keeling - left to right : J. H. ALLMAN, SM3 D. E. GATLIN, SM2 IT BLEW OVER THE SIDE, VIC INFORMATION : INFORMATION FROM FLASHING LIGHT, SEMAPHORE, OR SIGNAL FLAGS, RECEIVED BY THE NAVY'S MOST SECURE, MOST RELIABLE COMMUNICATING APPARATUS: THE HUMAN EYE. BY NECESSITY ONE OF THE MOST CLOSELY-KNIT TEAMS ABOARD, THE SIGNALS GANG WORKS BETWEEN FLAG BAGS, THE SIGNAL BRIDGE, AND THE BRIDGE. INTROSPECT WHO SENT THAT LAST TRANSMISSION I I I I CHEE YOU'RE ARTISTIC YO-DA-LAY-EE-HOOOOOOOOOOOO TABI. MI '2 mno :Q-' 1,505 o 3 f if n9,: 33 Re!! . .,,. I R- fii' :-9: FD Hui' S EL MOB-O IN EL NOW THAT'S WHAT I CALL A NEAT OPERATION f..' Sf "'NW4'XNv-sm Nwmxvwvwwxxawwwxm K N , ,x A - N X x X X ifi xxx XR XQ N .xi x vw X 'M X vvfm' xx X' Xgibiyl V s. xx xxx ,f ..WSM E M- WM , A ' XN3 s 2 5+ X X ,, XF. N1 W x bv- Q - X. X ' X F A A x xg 5 g. 3 X . .xiixxx - x E X f s - E X . Xw NM F RM xxmx. . I xg Six k UQ iii? .mN,.MN2 an gs X 'www Imwvv - Wwwwoswwumn- ---exwwm Q WJ 1 w 1 . VX! 'xxx Q W A !WTWWI " -II! HI' PI. -- -. ZL LCDR WILLIAM S A SHIP IS AN ENTITY, BESIDES THE ACCOMPLISHMENT OF OUR OPERATIONS, THE LAUNCHING OF HELOS, THE FIRING OF GUNNERY EXERCISES, AND ACCOMPLISHING SHIP'S WORK, A SHIP MUST SUPPORT ITSELF. MEN MUST BE FED, CLOTHED, AND PAID. I THERE IS LAUNDRY TO BE WASHED, HAIRCUTS TO BE GIVEN. TONS OF EQUIPMENT MUST BE ORDERED, STOWED, ISSUED, AND ACCOUNTED FOR. REPLACE- MENT PARTS FOR EVERY UNIT OF MACHINERY ABOARD AND MANY REPLACEMENT UNITS MUST BE AVAILABLE. THIS IS THE JOB OF THE SUPPLY DEPARTMENT. L., I .... .- ., I II . .. IIIII III-I II , ., I L . I . I I I I ,I I CWO CHARLES SH ENS RAYMOND RC ENS DONALD H F .I . , , . . gr. ., ... :z.. . . .. .d ig E92'Zn?E?.h'..,''REBS''ff,55,5Iiiifiiliiiiililiiiggc5 I Qgjiiixiiiiiiiiiiiii.........,..... A-,.,..,:L:1:22::::Ii1::i:2'."..'Lliiiiiiiiiizfiili522555737531-"':I!f5i1H'f-11' - , ,-,-f Af """"" ' ' W , Y 4-- , . :IL WY, ,- , ,,A,,,A, ,, , -vw...-.-...-,W-. ,.X....w --,,- x-.x v -W., - ... ,mf-.EQM Nw THE TEDIOUS JOB OF LOADING STORES WHAT! NO PISTACHIO ? THE NEVER-ENDING LINE OF EMPTY TRAYS IN THE MESS DECKS i V..-iY'T .uni QA" Standing- left to right: Middle row-left to right D. F. VANROSENDALE, AK3 R. E. TICKLE, SN J. L. HUNGATE, AN J. R. GRIFFIN, SN R. P. ROSEBERRY, SN M. D. JOHNSON, AN I. W. LAWLEY, AK2 C. E. GREEN, SK3 C. R. JOHNSON, SK3 H. C. CODY, SA J. E. BURRIS, SK3 C. W. GOONAN, SK3 First H.R C.R F. P. B.B row - left to right LONG, SK3 WELLS, AN LYDON, SKSN ERWIN, AK2 nr... ff.:-, 1 f 3"""12iI1JI31'.3T1Y SI DIVISION SI MEETS THE SUPPLY DEMANDS OF THE SHIP. PROCUREMENT, STOWAGE, ISSUE AND AC- COUNTING OF THE MORE THAN 32,864 VARIOUS STOCK ITEMS ON BOARD. RECORDS INVENTORY AND MORE RECORDS GSK Third row - 'Ieft to right: W. M. MILES, SH3 A. U. QUINATA, SH3 C. O. TROTTER, AN R. W. JANIKSELA, SN R. C. REIGLE, SH2 J, R. WILCOX, SA 'Second row- Ieft to right L. F. COULTER, SHC T. R. FENDER, SHI N. BANTOLINO, SH2 O. KENNEDY, JR, SN M. H. MONROE, SN A. JOSUE, SH2 B. D. COGDILL, SN CWO C. SHUHART First row - Ieft to right: L. LAVIGNE, SH2 E. J. LIECHTI, SHSN R. N. CRAMER, SH3 W. B. COX, SH3 F. T. RAY, SH3 R. J. WILLIAMS, SH3 C C C First row - Ieft' J. F. MORRIS R. W. HELLON .HE BARBERSHOP, THE TAILORSHOP, THE LAUNDRY, 5-2 Dlvlsuom HAS Two BUT COMMANDER, WE GROUPS WITHIN ITSELF, DON'T CARRY, THE SHIP'S SERVICE MEN CHEVRQLETS, AND THE COMMISSARY- I MEN BOY, WHATS IN THIS STUFF ? HE SHIP'S SERVICE MEN'S CONCERN IS SMALL STORES, OF COURSE, THE SHIP'S RETAIL STORE AND THE S SODA-FOUNTAIN. "?aW UMMMMM, GOOD WA 4 Left fo right C. E. 'lACAMPO, DKI K. A. WARD, DKSN E. L. HARLESON, DK3 ENS R. ROIZ .. . . .. ..f-.,......,.....:.:: 1.r.::1:::::::1::rt:t'... ':':1:l:x:. 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A - df 4 ABOARD SHIP IS A VARIETY OF EXPE WITHIN THE SHIP IS THE STRUCTURE OF A CITY: THE SAME NEEDS, THE SAME PROBLEMS, MANY OF THE SAME PLEASURES. THERE ARE MANY COM- MUNITIES WITHIN OUR CITY...THE FIREMEN, THE AIRMEN, THE SEAMEN. BUT EVERYONE BEGINS THE DAY THE SAME WAY. THE IBOATSWAIN MATE PIPES, IREVEILLE, REVEILLE." AND IT'S HEAVE OUT AND TRICE U K .. --W -- 1 A- --A v. , . --: . .,. . , ' ffif' ' , .,: . -1'-'V .A-- ---W .. .. .. eh ' . , 3 Li! ,WZ r . ihilliilaiaw .XV . . -.- THERE ARE BREAKFASTS T0 BE COOKED. . . AND BREAKFASTS TO BE EATEN. AND THEN IT'S TURN TCD: COMMENCE SHIP'S WORK x Q X 2 K E ilk 1 A ,Q 1 ..i .:.. I.. It .! E! ,l l -wth , I H ,5,5,g,:,i , ,,,, A I .- ,4.-, - I- . , I A I - f I BUT, AT SOMETIME DURING EACH WORKING DAY EVERYONE FINDS TIME TO PAUSE FOR A MOMENT .... AND WE GET A CHANCE TO TELL OUR STORY AT CAPTAIN'S MAST OCCASIONALLY, ONE OF US PAUSES FOR SOME- WHAT LONGER THAN A MOMENT, OR TWO, OR THREE, OR FOUR .... IN WHICH CASE THE LEGAL OFFICER ADVISES US OF OUR RIGHTS. SEA MIN Hoooxv mf, I NAVAL JUSTICE I sffouz 0 55 FIRM aw' vfv- FL.15xf5LE AND THEREFORE I AM MA kwa AN EXCEPTW IN YOUR cnsff H I Ea -T THANKS swf i J-125 '- -' U Y In IL..-i..i.-..i.v.WI-III-.ifvlnn-111-r-1-r"lI':'s'I:'Iz'I:'It":'I:'I:" ' xi . .-'::'1-1--V-ar:-z-:'I:n-:I-lui-:I .223 2 .:i.1, 2, .. E' .f' E, E . u" .f.uafz1za:e.,21a,av'f' f3iiiiiiiiili1ifE5iih1L!52I?SL1i!zsz51?2Q2Sx Lsirfmm 12' sr E f- S II the Danger Deaf, amib t Ieiicopter curb Debicleg, 6531136253 i Ipelb WE HAVE JUST ABOUT ANYTHING YGU CAN NAME ABOARD SHIP WE GOT STEAM HEAT I I WE GOT MAIL! WE GOT WESTERN MOVIES!!! WE GOT GEDUNKS I I I - . 1.1 I 432- WE GOT FISHING TRIPS I WHAT AIN'T WE GOT ? ? ? ?35153f1B3iQX3'5FHi?i?Ziiii?EFHEFREESEEF ?5f'f'5:?VF77-1?-TT5'i?"'1 "T"VI f' ' - -' ' ' l ITALIAN WE AIN'T QT GIRLS!!! SWEDI 1 i 1 ITE OUR LACK OF FEMININE CHARMS IS KEPT INTERESTING BY A HOST OF TANT VISITORS LEFT TO RIGHT C E GIBSON ADMIRAL F. N. KIVETTE COMMANDER SEVENTH FLEET H. G. HOPWOOD COMMANDER IN CHIEF PACIFIC FLEET TO RIGHT . OFFICER GREY, ACTING GOVERNOR OF BRITISH NORTH BORNEO CAPTAIN BUT EVEN THE STAUNCHEST SOULS HAVE BEEN KNOWN TO WEA IF I HEAR THE WORDS 'I WATER HOURS " ONCE I f 6 MORE I'LL SCREAM I , . is-1 m x 1 g J -- ' f -- 'f1f:.: -.. 55- , ". 5 . . 2255252525325 , - f ,Egg , :3:3:5:5:5:r:g:rs:1:1s5:2-5+ ,A 3g:55:a,.,.,5 , -2:Q155zygigzgiggiriirzifitiih, . Rf 'ELT '- . C "Sf!gi35?'f 4:E'.-:r:-12112311 - ' ' a' f:5:5:es:s:Ez:6' . , "-s:f:5:f:e:s-" I x . Q 1 f x 53" fs :-. fi? IX V I r ' ' if R l':1.'A:E'I-RIS? 'S I. 1:44 I .. .5 X - ' , ' - Q -:gf:1:ss5:5:s:5s:g.. I 22? -Sm, f gf 'X ' ?E1?5rZ1EfSrE5E5FE:::, F , . j:55:5:5E5E5Eg5gr f- I -f'ff'5?s5f5z:sEf:5:1 .V '- , FORTUNATELY THERE IS ALWAYS THE PROSPECT OF LIBERTY CALL vw if 50 x A wg! ? ! t I A .,44...,,,,. -.V.- z - -.. N, ,nn , ',.,,.:. I ' . f . ' sv- .. .... 'H'-1 'R' EZ:SI1':E'I:aisl.fI.'0.zc'I'Iiihl1.1 LLAI-.L GYM I i Qs NI - 1- 1... .I...,,..-, .. IA I. 'r 1 I -.vt A R I LI E E I I KAMAKURA OKINAWA NAHA BUCKNER BAY THE PHILIPPINES MANILA OLONGAPO KOBE, JAPAN KYOTO TAKARAZUKA HGNG KONG AND BEYOND S 5: I. v , R I V J I A SAILOR: HE'S ONE THAT IS THE GREATEST PRISONER, AND YET THE GREATEST RAMBLER IN CHRISTENDOM, THERE IS NOT A CORNER OF THE WORLD BUT THAT HE VISITS. . .WHEN HE DOES j g' OO ASHORE HE PAYS IT OEF WITH A VENGEANCEf FOR KNOWINO HIS TIME TO BE BUT SHORT, ,Q HE CROWDS MUCH IN A LITTLE ROOM AND LIVES AS FAST AS POSSIBLE. IW R, EDWARD WARD I D 5 THE WOODEN WORLD, 1707 D v I , ..........-A..O..sg1nf.E3Z uu!1uU''!!!i24iLllLl2L121I11L1.4LIl..I , . 1 I 6 I I I I I I I I I YOKOSUKA WAS OUR FIRST TASTE OF JAPAN AND OUR FIRST GLIMPSE .OF THE CONTRAST BETWEEN THE OCCIDENT AND THE ORIENT. AND YOKGSUKA BECAME OUR MOST FREQUENTED PORT, OUR HOME AWAY FROM HOME. FROM YOKOSUKA WE HAD EASY ACCESS TO THE MODERN METROPOLIS OF TOKYO, BUSTLING WITH ITS POPULATION, BUILDINGS, AND THE GINZA. 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Er 1E W E S xr' flilillllkh! -n 21 hidlfllllll-Lv!iL'-bhvFJB4Qll:i54Ufl!4.'-Ellblwlililltiillllflil 41.515155 Kl:R5l!hlN ' Y' l!'L ' 'lm"""f'5"' 1 'W "1-'04-"5"'43'5NW"'H"""""f'N'i"'4"""l"""' "3"""' is I L E 3 l I I N rl " I? I v J U 1 1 E I I L I 1 a 1 E 5 I 1 1 , X! s ,L 'S fx 33 '1 I .ei 'S fi 's 'J 7: 'a E Q: z i 1 K.- '11 la- :: lg- hx fi :x ,X 5 I 1 51: Hz F EE EW . 11- I! 14 1. I il J 3 , , jx if! l rig ,,, I r ,g .1 C: gi is . ' : 1 'a : X. gi I! I af ' 1,1 ai: 'Pa 1 ,x gl :E si :Q 31 is It I 3 1 iigi 'sg Pa' 'ill lil, Ng' x a ,Iii 59: xg, F9 'xgx 3. 51 1 ,1 'Q a 351. 1 Lam liz! L91 3 lglg gli! 1 5 Q: Ia.: 133. 133, 118 213 1: V n I +,a 'a ' a lg: Wx' Na' ia? wa, 'Qs :la :E ,, 'f 1 J x 1 E FROM JAPAN WE STEAMED SOUTH, OUR EVENT UAL DESTINATION BORNEO. EN ROUTE A STOPPED AT OKINAWA, THE GREAT 'UQQI ISLAND FORTRESS. A OKINAWA, NESTLED IN THE RYUKUAN ONLY SIX HUNDRED MILES FROM THE MAINLAND, IS THE PIVOT POINT OF OUR FENSES IN THE 'FAR EAST. WE FOUND A PROSPEROUS ISLAND BY AN ENERGETIC FRIENDLY PEOPLE, ANCIENT GAMES OF SWORDSMANSHIP HONOR ARE STILL PLAYED WITH' FERVOR ENTHUSIASM THE OKINAWANS ARE OF JAPANESE ANCESTRY FLAVORED BY L NATIVE CHARACTERISTICS. ALTHOUGH THE ISLAND AS A WHOLE IS GENERALLY MORE RURAL THAN JAPAN, WE FOUND NAHA TO BE A CITY OF MAJOR SIZE. 0 jp . li, .Fi . uf ?--fr I-I I LOCAL CHARM I AND IT SEEMED THAT EVERYONE IN NAHA TRIED TO BUSTLE ABOARD 'THAT SMALL AIRCRAFT CARRIER" ON VISITORS' DAY. -Iwi i-1 ll I :Lg Au::'::::pI:1:: l: '::I::'I,fl ':!,I!I I z.!: 1:1 IgI2:gI z!:!, : WYE 'raw 'EF '!i fs' 'V ' . 'Y f' 1 ' '1 Y! "1m"1'v'f"'x': :ff :'i::f:i"+1 - 1' 'I mit- ,hiiazzzisimiiiz5:5z:I'ikZii55ijEgiiiiiiiiii55:::':',IZp'g-g'i-Mig! I fir!! 42 551 221 Hi!!! X t Q Elan-gH:B5kHg5:n'228m1!1QSLE11:fIft?!f!?QsQ-QLSHA.'JIfiwfk' .'2': I i, WE DID SOME VISITING OURSELVES ,I gI QI I I I -I II , I I I' H555 H55... YOU S147 youfe NAME Ii QE 5 i .5 is I 5. 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I N - ' -.. .. .... . .....,,.,..,..,....I.......miiu:x-1:-'my ,Hem . D :.:.:1::::' 7..fI1..!?3'1!I7f1H:1fl"' WE VISITED THE PRESIDENTIAL PALACE . . . AND THE RESTING PLACE GF AMERICANS WHO CAME HERE BEFORE US. i I I - an Z-2:3 .Az-:x -.- nv, WE ENTERED CHURCHES BUILT BY SETTLING SPANIARDS CENTURIES AGO. FORTUNATELY WE NEVER QMETLANY MOROS, BUT WE DID ENJOY OUR VISIT TO THIS NATIVE HOME. S t I .fx , . -., .S ' V A-wfmsxvx I . E , -f-:-ffeffzx :aff , 025,55 ,nay , NK ge K Ks L4 , 1 V Z' X 7 A Q9 0 1 ixsiiawiann-g::L-:::g, -AB-,,-..Lgg4,li,- -,A.A,-ggi?Q.3fgi513:a::1xgrglfllaazazar " a.:....a..a:iE-vii''E"'iEEH-'ftlzi--'.,' 53,1 A VERSION OF THE SECOND ZEN PATRIARCH BY SHIH K'O, TENTH CENTURY. NOT UNLIKE SOME THETIS BAY SAILORS, THIS PRIEST, ACCORDING TO LEGEND, ONCE WENT TO A TAVERN, BECAME DRUNK, AND WAS REPROACHED BY A BYSTANDER.F THE PATRIARCH REPLIED THAT HE WOULD 'SET HIS MIND IN ORDER' BY DRINKING OR BY ANY OTHER WAY-HE CHOSE, AND TOLD THE BYSTANDER TO MIND HIS OWN BUSINESS. THIS WAS WELL BEFORE THE ADVENT OF THE SHORE PATROL, HOWEVER. A THE SUBJECT OF THE INTOXICATED SECOND ZEN PATRIARCH WAS LONG FAVORED BY ZEN PAINT- ERS. THE OLD, PRIEST AND HIS TIGER ARE STILL FAVORITE SUBJECT MATTER FOR MANY JAPANESE WOOD-CARVERS AND POTTERS. IN LATTER JULY WE STEAMED TO SPECIAL PORT, ERTY PORT: KOBE. ONE OF THE MAJOR SHIPPING OF THE WORLD, KOBE STILL RETAINS THE GRACE CHARM OF OLD JAPAN. A FEW MINUTES TRAIN RIDE RIED US TO THE VILLAGE OF TAKARAZUKA, HOME OF FAMED -TAKARAZUKA GIRLS WHO STARRED WITH BRANDO IN THE FILM "SAYONARA". AN HOUR'S RIDE TOOK US TO KYOTO AND ITS COUNTLESS TEMPLES SHRINES. AS LSUAL, CHAPLAIN CASSADY HAD SEVERAL ALL-DAY TOURS TO ALL THE POINTS OF ONCE AGAIN WE STOOD BEFORE THE ICONS AND ONLY PONDER THEIR MEANING. F , Ll' .. .,,, tv? A xff1T'f, ww ' F 'Y mir. 4s'vQ"hf U A... . ., I 3 Ex 555 v ?1 is 4 3511 A 1. X n ..., f -riff! Y' - ii 1 ,ww- 5. md. 3 f-2 5 . ' ve-LI,izyjE213-X2'L.g1'if'CL,i-Yg? .I .L , , in K Y V .V NS-g3,'fiL.fv.5,, ifggeg. . . 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THE SOLEMN BEAUTY OF PROPORTION IN THEIR BUILDINGS IH I I 1 I I I I l GROWTH OF A JAPANESE GARDEN. i1 3 I 1 L1 I 3 I I I I IT I5 I I 5 I II I II If I A TAKARAZUKA GIRL IS A BLINDING SILHOUETTE OF LIGHT. . AFTER THE BIG GAME THERE S NOTHING LIKE AN ASAHI 532. '3' . 1 I :,e 1 1: 1 5131 J- . 5 ii' I fa , , '3 'a 1.2 fill r rv '43 if rgro is gg .... - 'W'-5. M1 F a Eg 5 1 q i 21' Ha. , 3 . :I ,e iw. 5 HC 5:2 iiiig fail 3235 ig ig! ii? 1 1 -1 4 I U. i 1532 Q . M :ii li' 1 5 fav xllg fbi' 35, 4 I' 2 n agfa i iw? 'PEE' Q I lil 1255 NP? 3:3 xigil lap Sis' fl I 1 ,,a'a ng, M133 'z M A ,I J r n 12:3 Qs: 33: l 1 5 iss sh qii' HQ: naw big' :Elf if ' kg! if J ' 1 111 EQ s 1 il gg 5 ' 1. : EPY7' HONG KONG WAS A TWICE VISITED PORT. ON OUR FIRST VISIT ' EVEN TYPHOON ELLEN COULDN'T KEEP US FROM REACHING HONG KONG, BUT OUR JOY WAS TO BE SHORT-LIVED. THE TINY BRITISH COLONY, JUST OFF THE MAIN- LAND OF COMMUNIST CHINA, HAS SWELLED IN POPULATION FROM ITS NORMAL POPULATION OF 1,600,000 TO MORE THAN 2,400,000 PEOPLE WITH THE INFLUX OF REFUGEES FROM COM- MUNIST CHINA. HERE WE SAW THE TRAGIC FACE OF ASIA: THOUSANDS WHO HAD BEEN ROOTED FROM THEIR HOMES. HERE ALSO WE SAW THE HOPEFUL FACE OF ASIA: ONE OF THE WORLD'S GREATEST INTER- NATIONAL PORTS, WITH COMMERCE AND IN- DUSTRY TO SUPPORT IT. -Q '-.. 'wx gs' 'Q ,sf??i5 Q 1 X 'W . .Ax .K l ,ip-.-3:-5-mai-nk, x asv - Jill gms x Ex .1 Nik wg K' f .., K .. Q qu, SQA? . axes A :S?f'zs' , .fi-iq- 6' a nn . ma-UW , 94.335 'eva' Q F4 1,46 L,.'. A 3 6 ,X., rl 1' 1 'tqwiit' Q' 3 ' 1 ,.,.,3j1f -. 6 A T K Q 1 N, .. . 6 ,. 5 f U ,, 1 C M 4' ' , ff K L, ,eva L, 32,9 1 19 '- , 47, ---.. f ll: Z wffr.1-14,,WLQQXY-jfeg ' 'Q' zE,-ft4g1wi', ' ' 'V f' ' ' f' W1 . wa" -gg. zzzfifffzi Ifff' .W Ut W, 5? . ,c Q , , Wy! .R Y' ' " J? .3 , ,A If 12. 1' . Q, ,B , ,,,i1.' 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ON FRIDAY, AUGUS WE REACHED TAICHUNG FORMOS I WHERE FLOOD WATERS STORMED ACROSS' FORMOSA'S LOWLANDS I I I , 5 fi, 2 3 X 3 on 2 M, 2 Q V X 2 Si LL z Z fl ' - I I , I ' S 7 l 4 I . I : ON BOARD SHIP WE OPENED OUR STOREROOMS OF FOOD THE PILOTS OF HMR 261 SHUTTLED IT ASHORE4 - h AT TAI CHUNG, HUNDREDS OF TONS OF SUPPLIES POURING IN AS THE NAVY AND CIVILIAN RELIEF A JOINED FORCES. ' VI' Fr- " ' , I 4 ff If.. . ""1" ' h A ' ' ' ' M ' K' .hw . . .s MMV, val..-v .4 .1 N 1' , 1 . H THESE WERE THE WORK HORSES... fs 1 3 1 I 1 M 3 A -A fi I 2 ki ' 55. 1' 3 li. :ii ag I, si? sg! . la . ixi 352 FQ 5? ai' 15. Ig? lx: 1,4 P3 .:. za: gn .EE ,., a. is 1 fi .lg H 121 ig! I 1 1715 if ,. 4,1 jx 5 153 kg? 54 a .gif Q E1 lil af' :Qi ig? ,ggi 12:4 5 ii l': 2311 lil 3. ala: 'i I 1 :Qi ax: 5,5 1,2 1:23 hal ax.: ga! 5. 12? 'ix 1 11,1 I l 1 1 gig! gil? 913 Ha' 5: I 31 1,5 sv A ai ug, 1 1 ,af Q! '1 ig! 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BY MID-WEEK THE WATERS BEGAN TO RECEDE, AND LACK OF FOOD WAS NO LONGER A MAJOR PROBLEM. 3, 'O .Nw- 1?" lj? :jf fi I , ,5:- A df' If ,f - Tiff, .-eil ' N Q' v X f uf ff, f . ,, awfxfff' X ff W f ' ,-'WX XM M' . 4 X ff WQMN ff XX- cf ,H f -12 f- ,ffXf4XQXg fn y WW f sww ,K , WXWX f' XWsW7WSw'z +4 , 54 MW -w f X gf, f W W'ZNZShXRZXWfXwXwX f f ' 'W EWWSWW Mm Q Z ' " W 2, X. f, 'WW Xy f' WEWF w ZXX4 7 'L J JW , AX MXXW V Mm QXXXAQM -2 sh ww wm v X , Wf f X X X WX X XNNQVXX g EX' X 2 x gms 3:5 XX XX 51 O Q XX XY ' X ' X L XX XX' X XX K .XX f XXX , XV XX i XQR Xk x 4 'X N X K X X ' X XX Q K N XXX n X X 1 X W L X Nix 1 X., X XXX XXX X X RX XX ..,.,,,. , ,,. . ,, ,, ,J ,,,,:Q-HH L--317: .H-:...,.. L .. ...l:...:.'::':zzu:::1Lx:':a::::::::::::gg1.'gggy3 3.E.3EEIEi5EEEEEE:EIE ihI!i!iI1IL:af ".Lfxh:1uI.IL:nuhLgug3L::5:3453LEM. .'.'.'L1:L..:zi1:z:uz1:.:v.LiLm-innmgif-L mi. . ,,.,.,......,1.- BY THURSDAY, AUGUST 2OTH, LESS THAN A WEEK SINCE WE HAD ARRIVED, THE FORMOSANS WERE BACK ON THEIR FEET. RECONSTRUCTION BEGAN. IN THE WEEK'S TIME, THE PILOTS OF HMR 261 HAD FLOWN 897 MISSIONS AND THE TOTAL TONNAGE WAS AN UNBELIEVABLE I,446,558 POUNDS. OUR JOB FINISHED, WE PREPARED TO LEAVE. YOKOSUKA WAS TO BE OUR NEXT STOP, AND THEN HOME, THE STATES. WITH US WENT A BANNER OF APPRECIA- TION, FROM THE PEOPLE OF THE TAI CHUNG AREA TO THE MERCY SHIP, U.S.S. THETIS BAY. I EDITOR ENSIGN D. E. LA . ADVISOR CHAPLAIN K. R. I SALES MANAGER ENSIGN T. E. DRI. SALES STAFF D. R. MOSS, RD3 S. E. STEVESON,.. c. R. GOOLSBY, L. D. HEAD, SN I L D. T. CRUIKSHANK, AN R. P. ROSEBERRY,VSN R .. PHOTOGRAPHY OFFICER ENSIGN E. T. MILLER I PHOTOGRAPHERS D. R. PREUNINGER, PH3 E. J. THORNTON, PH3 M M I M. P. OSTROWSKI, SA 5 D M. J. REED, SN I I ART AND EDITORIAL ENS D. E. LAOERBERO , E I ATHIS IS WESTPAC I959, THE STORY OF OUR CRUISE THROUGH THE ORIENT. WE HOPE THAT You INTENTION WAS TO PRESENT A FULL PICTURE OF THE MEN THE SHIP TI-'E VOYACE TI-'IS BOOK I , , I ' . . 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