Ticonderoga (CG 47) - Naval Cruise Book

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Captam Raymond Mlchael Walsh 1S a na t1ve of Phlladelphla Pennsylvanla and a 1961 graduate of Vlllanova Un1vers1ty Vlllanova Pennsylvanla wlth a BS 1n Economlcs a 1970 graduate of the Unlted States Naval Postgrad uate School Monterey Ca11forn1a w1th an MS 1n Operat1ons Research and a member of the flfty f1fth class Armed Forces Staff College Norfolk V1rg1n1a H1s prlor sea servlce mcluded tours as ons Off1cer USS SAMUEL N MOORE IDD 747 J ASW Off1cer Staff Cru1ser Destroyer Flotllla ELEVEN Asslstant Weapons and TALOS Bat tery Off1cer USS LITTLE ROCK ICLG 41 Exec ut1ve Off1cer USS FARRAGUT IDLG 61 and Commandmg Off1cer USS SCHOFIELD IFFG Ashore Captam Walsh has served as the Combat Systems Read1ness and Tra1n1ng Off1 OFFICER 5 ,t-5+ -I I... - '11 -..-, - 1 1 : - +.fk,fz-L. ,-,..'.-:.Xf1f4:,'fw,3f ', , -I.-,'L""w. I cer staff Commander Naval Surface Force U S Pac1f1c Fleet Analyst for the Cost and Econom1c Analysls Branch Off1ce of the As slstant Secretary of Defense lProgram Analy s1s and Evaluatlonj Asslstant for Programs Offlce of the Ch1ef Naval Operat1ons Systems Analysls D1v1s1on IOP 96PJ and Head Pro gram Plans and Development Branch Offlce of the Ch1ef of Naval Operat1ons General Plannmg and Programm1ng D1v1s1on COP 9011 g1on of Mer1t fw1th gold star 1n 11eu of second awardl Mer1tor1ous Servlce Medal lw1th gold star 1n 11eu of second awardj Navy Commen dat1on Medal and Navy Achlevement Medal He IS marr1ed to the former Lenore Margaret Walker of San Dlego Cal1forn1a and w1th the1r four chlldren Stephen Erln Brlan and R1ch ard they make the1r home 1n Vlfglnla Beach V1rg1n1a CO MA DING X ii Deck Officer, USS ORLECK IDD-886Jg Weap- Captain Walsh has been awarded the Le: 31. ' 9 Q , . a , Q. Q . - 3 EXECUTIVE OFFICER Ray C. Pilcher, Jr., son of Ray C. and Fenton Pilcher, was born 17 July 1949 in Panama City, Florida. He attended the University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in 1972. Following graduation, he attended the Naval Offi- cer Candidate School in Newport, Rhode Island and on 15 December 1972, was commissioned an Ensign. Following commissioning, Commander Pil- cher reported to the ocean minesweeper USS AF- FRAY CMSO 5 1 11 as Minecountermeasures Officer. He detached and after advanced schooling report- ed to the guided missile frigate USS JULIUS A. FURER QFFG 61 as Antisubmarine Warfare Officer in December 1973 where he qualified as a Surface Warfare Officer. From August 1976 to December 1978, Com- mander'Pi1cher was a student at the Naval Post- graduate School, Monterey, California. He gradu- ated with a Masters of Science in Systems Tech- nology while specializing in Antisubmarine War- 4 COMMANDER RAYC. PILCHER, JR., USN fare. T After completion of the Surface Warfare Offi- cers School Department Head course, he reported in October 1979 to the frigate USS THOMAS C. HART IFF 10921 as Operations Officer. Detaching in May 1981, he next joined the guided missile de- stroyer USS DAHLGREN CDDG 431 as Engineer Of- ficer. Detaching in May 1983, Commander Pilcher was assigned to the Combat Systems Division as Head ASW Weapons Section in the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations. He detached in May 1985 and after enroute training reported to the first Aegis cruiser USS TICONDEROGA ICG 471 as Executive Officer in November 1985. Among his decorations, Commander Pilcher wears the Meritorious Service Medal, Navy Achievement Medal, Navy Unit Commendation and the Sea Service Deployment Ribbon 141. Commander Pilcher is married to the former Anne Carroll Price of Savannah Beach, Georgia. They have two children: Stephanie and Kevin. DEPART T HEADS 'WW magma 'CHQ LCDR Jeff Weppler LCDR Dave Britt Engineer Officer Combat Systems Officer i LCDR Tim Harp LT Joe Stanik Supply Officer Weapons Control Officer March-August . 2,1 ,. WI' LCDR Pete Eltringham LT Warren Krull Supply Officer Operations Officer 5 August-September I MS, dips Y . 2 U ,, V mr ,Xe . f x L 1 8. H if ieiiLTieGUS Bernard d id i LTJG Dave Putliam LTJGgMarkBeedenbender e LTJG Eddie Gorizales 0i'dnance'Office11 MainPi'opu1sion Assistant. A Aiixiliaries Qffieer e Disbulfsing Officer lh. TWEN TY-F OUR QYSTO QOHCIV CIP CO DESRO 1 f CAPTAIN MERLIN G. BELL, USN Captain Bell received his commission as an Ensign upon graduating from Purdue University in 1962. His early assignments included both Atlantic and Pacific Fleet duty in USS PRESTON fDD 7951, USS LOESER CDE 6801 and as Executive Officer in USS VALOR IMSO 4721. In January 1967 he reported to the Naval Postgraduate School at Monterey, California, where he received a Master of Science Degree in Operations Research. After attending the Naval Destroyer School at Newport, Rhode Island, he served as Engineer Officer in USS LAWRENCE IDDG 41 and as Executive Officer in USS MULLIN- NIX IDD 9441. , Captain Bell then returned to the Naval Post- graduate School for doctoral studies and was awarded a Ph.D. in Operations Research in De- cember 1975. He subsequently attended the Armed Forces Staff College at Norfolk, Virginia. He assumed command of USS MORTON IDD 9481 at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, in September 1976 and operated in the Pacific and Indian Oceans. From MORTON he was assigned to the Ship Material 8 Readiness Group at Idaho Falls, Idaho, as an in- structor in the Senior Officers' Ship Material Readiness Course. Captain Bell attended the Maritime Tactical School at HMS DRYAD, Portsmouth, England, in July 1981 and then reported to Commander Standing Naval Force Atlantic as Chief Staff Offi- cer. During his duty with the Standing, Naval Force Atlantic, the NATO flagships, and the force operated over the ocean areas between the Gulf of Mexico and the Baltic Sea. From October 1982 to October 1985 he served in the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations as Deputy Head of the Resource!Readiness Apprais- al Branch IOP-9141. In December 1985 Captain Bell assumed command of Destroyer Squadron TWENTY-FOUR.. Captain Bell is the son of Robert and Keturah Bell of Seymour, Indiana. He and his wife, Glenda Clewis, reside in Wilmington, North Carolina, where they are restoring a historic home. His per- sonal decorations include the Legion of Merit, Bronze Star and Navy Commendation Medals. 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March 25, 1986 Libya attacks again, .S. strikes back Libya today fired an undetermined number of addi- tional missiles at U.S. warplanes flying over the disputed Defense Department sources, meantime, disclosed the United States might conclude its naval maneuvers off the Gulf of Sidra, and the United States struck back against Libyan coast before the end of the week. "If they stop two or more Libyan patrol boats and a radar installation, the Pentagon said. 'f March 26, 1986 y shooting at us, we'll probably stop soon", one source said. o new firing at mericans before action White House officials, expressing private glee that Libyan leader Moammar Khadafy "was dumb enough" to shoot at U.S. forces in the Gulf of Sidra, disclosed that new American attacks Tuesday destroyed two additional Liby- March 27, 1986 an patrol boats and damaged a radar missile site a second straight day. The Pentagon called the renewed American action a defense against "hostile Libyan intentions" even though no new hostile fire provoked it. hadafy boasts about firepower as U.S. Navy prepares to quit gulf Navy warships last night prepared to leave the Gulf of Sidra after steaming closer to Libya's territorial waters, while Libyan leader Moammar Khadafy Announced inten- tions to demonstrate his own naval firepower elsewhere in the Mediterranean. ANPentagon spokesman declined yesterday to identify which warships had sailed across Khadafy's so-called 'line of death' at the mouth of the Gulf of Sidra at 32 degrees, 30 minutes north latitude. Other officials identified the ships as the cruiser Ticonderoga, the guided missile de- stroyer Scott and the destroyer Caron. H March 28, 1986 , Libyans celebrate "glittering victory" as fleet leaves gulf p Brass bands led marchers through the streets Thurs- The demonstration came just hours after the ships and day. night .in praise of Moammar Khadafy, who the state planes of the Sixth Fleet withdrew from the gulf and presi- radio credited w1th "a gllttermg victory over the imperialist dent Reagan and other officials declared the United States invaders" in the Gulf of Sidra. had succeeded in defending freedom of the seas. Here We go again . . . April 10, 1986 arr1ers nearing The Navy today sent a second carrier, the Coral Sea, steaming toward the central Mediteranean in case Presi- dent Reagan decides to order a military strike against Lib- ya, Pentagon sources said. But the sources who demanded anonymity said no or- ders had been issued for the Coral Sea and the America to April 13, 1986 L1bya reform a battle group. The disclosure of the Navy actions came as the president was telling newspaper reporters the United States 'tis not going to just sit here and hold still" in the wake of new terrorist actions against Americans in Europe. .S. forces waiting in editerranean Pentagon sources said two U.S. carriers, the America and the Coral Sea, were "in a holding pattern" Saturday off the coast of Sicily. The carriers were conducting routine operations, awaiting directions on whether they should go farther into the central Mediteranean toward Libya. April 15, 1986 U.S. strikes Lib Initial reports that the middle-of-the-night air strike aimed at "the headquarters and terrorist facilities" of Liby- an leader Moammar Khadafy, were a success. Reagan, in a nationally broadcast address to explain the military strike, said the United States had direct, precise and irrefu- table evidence that Khadafy had ordered recent anti- Y 5 But U.S. officials refused to say what Reagan was plan- ning as each new tidbit of information raised expectations that the United States this time was going to do something in response to the latest act of terrorism. a by air American attacks, including the bombing of a discotheque frequented by servicemen in West Berlin. "When our peo- ple are abused or attacked anywhere in the world we will respond in self defensev Reagan said, he added, "we've done what we had to do and if necessary we will do it again." Articles derived from Associated Press and other news wire services. 15 pg... 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A .,.- INTERNATIONAL , HUMOROUS QMC RAMQS SPONTANEOUS EM3 STARK SK1 STEWART PHCTC CQNT EST ARTISTIC A ET2 HOWARD N GIN EERIN G V iflza? ! 1 U45 f W 1 W an Eff Q Q 4 5 1 9 9 9 5 W if 'WV 70 fla 4 an "' Q al 1 QI ,X an in WMAZ DEP RT ME Hull Vldnfenance Mqchinery TechrFc'an1fH'D Repalfman CMR? FRONT ROW: HT3 O'NEILL, HT2 HARTMAN, HT3 GAUTHREAUX, HT2lSWJ LOHN, HT 3 DUFF, MR2 WASHBURN, HTCISWJ BRANNAN. BACK ROW: LT DOWNEY, HT3 FOSTER, HT3 MILLER, HT3 ROHRER, HT3 WORKMAN, HT2 LANKFORD, HT FN MaCMILLAN. NOT PICTURED: HT2 OST ERMAN, HT3 GORS, HTFN MCCONNELL, HTFN SPANBAUER. YQ Y x X Xisavlliq' if Q . Z x .W N10 W QQ N SMX x X x x XXX 2' 2 wiN..x . f 1 L it x N.-..,,,,,,,,.x.N N I my f 5 F 5 f ff, v-Q-,Q .ji W 4 MM X 415, 0 V 1 V , f 'f .f ' F 1 , ff f , M f , ,. 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NOT PICTURED: FA JACKSON, ENIISWJ JENKINS, FR JOHNSON, EN3 MONT- NEY, ENF A STROTHER. 4,, ww ..-ff-""""' f Nw ,- M, MW ww ,Wf WM .Q X xv WWWN f fu ,Af 6 fig K fl Z 4 ff, ,, fy N A N35 WWW, f f Q L W MM MP-DIVISIO System Technician CGSJ Gas Turbine ROW 1: GSE1 REED, GSE2 MAX, FN NGUYEN, GSM2 SCARBOROUGH, GSM3 FIDLER, GSM3 GARNER, GSMIISWJ KAISER. ROW 2: GSCSISWJ AIKEN, GSE2 OHARA, GSN3 NELSON, GSE2 GOOCH, GSM2 ROLON, GSM2 SHAW, GSE2 CASTRO, GSM2iSWj SCHIL- LER, GSE2 BRENNAN. ROW 3: GSMZKSWJ LENTZ, GSE2 ATKINS, GSM2 POWELL, GSM2 GOLDSMITH, GSM2 BALDWIN, GSM3 RIPPEE, GSM2 CARNEY, GSM3 BAUN, GSM2 A SHOCKLEY. NOT PICTURED GSMZISWJ BRANCH, GSMZISWJ HUMPHREYS, GSMZISWJ MERRILL, GSEC MILLER GSM3 SCOTT. . M, a , , W ,L ' WWI n ' ,ff nf" xmfq' , ,MQW ,l" , W I YW 9 f Q' r 16.4 ,M 'f 'E Q 791m ff 'ww 'YQ all 9 Wh ' QW? Wg 1 ,M 1 Q X 3 ff! My f fc, W 7 , .AX 1 1 x xx X if f gf X, W W KM WM W ,.,.M,, , ,Q 25 i 5 1 fy 1 f, 4 F - ww, a,!.uZ4f,X I J 9 , . 4 M,-A MMM W. 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X X XM., ,M me X Qxwax fl RX WX NNW X X X ,, X AGN X f Q X r NX X- XX f Xwf "M f Mp X XRS v X S 4 X N f as w QW , x , I , wx s , X .N x X s S X Q X S ,,,, f' , X' X M' X X M X A X X X M XXX ' SY ' H x flx 42 ga X Z Q XX x ' f . X X ' ,- 'I X .W X fx AX,XX QSO N 5 X X ,Xa Y QXXQXXX + X S ' ww? i QW, X X , X 3, Xtg - fm if X fw wwf xv X X N , 9 5224 L x ff '-6 XA 'f Xqmww NX! XX I v X X XX X DEPART ME SS :fin . Quartermaster f N I f HOSDITHI fQNj Posta C erk rPC,r S gnalman KSMJ Corpsman CHVQ V DMI ROW 1: QM3 STODDARD, SM3 JACKSON, SM3 RUSCH, SM2 ZINDARS, SMSN JONES, QM3 ALSTON ROW 2: EWC MEYER, QMCCSWJ RAMOS, QMSN GAI, HM3 CAMPANELLI, QM2 PARKS, HMCSISWJ BAILEY, ENS YOUMANS, Yeoman QYNP ROW 3: QMSA GOLDEN, PC3 PERLISKEY, Perggrmglmgn QMSN MCNUTT, PN1 FLANDERS, YN3 J UR- C IDN, GENS, YN3 HAYES, HM2 HENDERSON. l WI X f Qi wx W ',',L.',-'W 0 VW 1 j Z ff 1 A W 4,4 ,, ' v fy Jn f . L f W. W ,f,,f G f, Qf f 1 fra, W Z fb W X M 4 7 N- W f W fX,!j W f fl ' vw f Z i , X 4 J ss if Q " f X X V wg ,X , . K: E. 1 J I A W. X "N Qs, 1, as ,, k V x X sg 5 Rf, ' . ' ' 1 is y' sg r Ship's Service- 1 I if M ,W ,: W I .1 f ,mm f X I , I ' iss ROW 1: MSSN CUMMINGS, SK3 STE- PHENS, SHSN RIVERA, SK1 STEWART, MS3 BALAGTAS, SK3 CU, SH2 ABBOTT ROW 2: MSC TURLA, SH1 AREND, MSSA RIESCH, MS1 BIAY, SH2 WIL- LIAMS, MS2 SMITH, MS3 LYLES, MSSA MUNION, LTJG GONZALEZ ROW 3: SHSA BENNETT, MSSN MARTINEZ, MS1 HOLCOMB, MS3 REESE, SKSA A GRADY, MSSA COLSON, DKSA BRA- DY, NOT PICTURED: SKC ISWJ PE- REZ, DK1 GASAPO, SK3 THOMAS, ' MS2 MORRIS ' Mess Management Specialist QMSJ man fSHi Disbursing Clerk img Storekeeper iSKi 1, f MW X S y, M we 35-N 3 Mf f xv WV. . NX. 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MW--5 x5-.. 67 -i CC DIVISIO FRONT ROW: RM2 GALVAN, RM3 TUCCI, RM2 QUIMBY, RMSN EV- A A 22 ERETT, RMSN WATSON, RMCS , fswy MCCORMICK BACK ROW: QT RM2 qswy CARR, RM3 BELL, RM2 DUKETT, RM3 STRADER, RM1 Radioman IRM5 qswy CCY, RMSN WILLIAMS, RM2 GREEN NOT PICTURED: LT DAU- GHERTY, RM2 MIXON, RMSA DRAGO Q Z XS M i can M 7 4 1' ,Q 'lo ?' w 'X' wwf' if ,W.,W,ZMi.x , il ?',,n 1--M" bf mx Y wr i rf W M ' V 5. f fi, M ff ,, , Q -4 X r '51 W' I 'a x Z , Xf , ff- 4 Wa PM, f Q Z M, f 1 if W Z 5 n z ,, ' 4 4 M f fy ,V ,fu L 4 fn E!! f W 2' ai W , . .af , A 7 X ,xl 9 f ff , f 2 W. P? 7 0 i , 'W 4 , 4 4 , Za 4 , A7 f 4 V 4 f . M - iv , , X f' x . 0 5 A ' 1: 5 X? 3 49.4, X K 'Q Z 1 ,mf- Y 0 4 ff Q , X, 6 f fi sgmx- 95" , S55 a n x, OA ,E wif" Q Q 0T DIVISIO L gf Electronic Warfare Technician QEWJ i i I FRONT ROW: cwo4 SLAUGHTER, CTT3 WRIGHT, CTO3 rswi ENDERLIN, CTI3 MQRALES, CTM2 RooK, cTRSN THO- MAS, EW1 ARNHEITER, Ewz cRowL- EY, Ewa CARRASQUILLO, EWSN MAR- 1ANo BACK ROW: cTR1 rswi woon- cocK, CTO2 CLARK, cTR2 WALSH, , , cT13 STRICKLING, CTI1 AMADOR, Ewa C0 m m U H I C ati 0 ns MARSH, EWSN SANTAGATO, CTO1 Technician CCD BECKER, CTR2 FOLTZ NOT PICTURED: cTRc rswi JENKS .4-an 'Y X 1 , jf f , f V W 9' 'Q M ,Q ix ...... M.-Z 4 M ' ffflfx , 'MM' 'if N ."" f,,f 7 '7 W 4 g MIL! iffy sl' uf' . 1 I f Q...---J NT' www W , Ya K X wa-Y W . fw - Y A S ' Y Q-,xxx w X A ai X 4 Q iw N I N N N V w x X 5 - N Q . 4 me . X N Q ,qw 4 X ' X X- N ,wx XX, - N : , ' gzfassm X ' NX , . wi A R N N . xx xv! N, ,Q X N3 , 5 X r . XX S X X N A f 'N 1 X 2 X ' s t S N- - Q . , 3 , X ' xi f - N X . ' N Ex X Y, , X w , N, f f. S fp : 5 - f f 0 M w ff Q 1 W W X4 Z W, .,,,... '.,.,,,M .K - 3 'f 4 71 ,,wff,.--' OI DIVISIO ROW 1: OSCS RAMSAY, OS2 SHOOK, OS1 ISWI SLOAN, OS2 UNDERWOOD, OS2 MCCOY, OSSN MILLS, OS3 KUNZ, OSC ISWJ CONNELL ROW 2: OSCM ISWI SMITH, OS2 COLON, SN JAMISON, OSSN GRAF, OS2 OWENS, OS3 VANEK, OS3 WAGNER, LT UPHOFF ROW 3: OSSN KUECZYNSKI, OSSN DAUTEUIL, OS2 BOT- TINELLI, OS1 LAMB, OS2 KSWJ TRAPANI, OS2 ROBBINS, OS1 WILLIAMS NOT PICTURED: OS2 ISWJ CELLA, OSSN GAINES, OSSN GETZ, OSSN GIGLIO, OS1 LAMBETH, OS3 MCATEER, OS1 MCCORMACK Operations Specialist COSi 72 QW ,, wma-'W' ' if W Lv ',, ' M ,,,. , X, rmwy f ' if ,W f 4 ,ff , ,, if F ,3 lst-DIVISIO Boatswairvs Mate CBM3 ROW 1: SA SCHEPER, BM2 SAVAGE, BM2fSWj RUTT ER, BM3 BAKER, BM2lSWj ACOSTA, BM2 IVINS, BM2 GRIFFITH, BM2 FREER, BMIISWJ GRAY. ROW 2: BMCISWJ BLAYDES, SR KENNEDY, SN RODRIGUEZ, SA MADDOX, SA SCHOOLEY, SN JAMES, SN SKEENS, SN SAVER, SN JOHN- SON, SN EMERICK, ENS OMSTED. ROW 3: SN T YISKA, SN HOUSE, SR SMITH R, SN BROWN, SR WALKER, SN MCLAUGHLIN, SN COUCH, SR SMITH M, SN PARRISH, SA BYRD, SN WERNER. Q 4 , I , N wi 4 ,diff '9 1 , 7 f 0 ee J, fimfwg ' ' ' Z we , , 2: , ,fy ,,Z,v,7 .N 1' fi ,Am .3 f 'wi Nw Wnnwwwm .V Y -uf,-' W Q V G-r,. ,Ag 72 nv fi! G-" ,. . ff mn 44.1,4,,,, . I f 7 2-NW M-1 4 M M., 'MY 3 M1 ' ,fy M, -H ,..,, ,..... ,,,, ' f- fy. X Z 4 ' I B . Q ..., 3 ff i..l7Qi??A l CS! ,wh MB SYSTEMS CE DIVISIO FRONT ROW ET2 HOUGH ET2 CERVENS ET2 COY ET3 PICK ET3 MCHALE ETC ISWJ AMES BACK ROW ET1 ISWJ 'k UDE,,ET3 MORROW: ET2 HOWARD, ET1 iswi DENIAREST, Y t 9 9 Q ff ET2 NAPIERALA ET1 ISWJ MCPEAK ET3 BURTON NOT I PICTURED. LT KNIGHT, ET3 VANCE Electronics Technician QETJ , W , A, ,, , umm. f , ,f W f '- f Mgm,, ,M g ,M ,...,,L X ,. f , f W . f -Nm WW' HW, W ,VWWWW , , , W , ' U f, ,Xi W ,f f mf W, Q ,, WW W , f , ,, ., , ,W .,,,,i, W Q lk? X .M .QW 1 78 A 4 I me" W 1 3 5 N X x X xxx M 0 DIVISIO L ROW 1: GMMC fswy COLLETTE, GMMSN PAULSON, GMG3 BIAY, OMM2 NIHART, OMG3 fswy SEALY, GMG2 FAULK, GMCS 9 CRESS ROW 2: GMOC qswy ONUFER, TMSN X fswy CASE, GMMSN RANES, OMM3 LAWSON, A Q GMMSNfSW1MCNAMEE,GMM1 qswy CRAIG, Torpedoman S s I OMO2 fswy MILLER, OMM3 BOWLING, LT M ate KTM, BERNARD ROW 3- GMM2 SUDA GMO2 HEN- A ' 7 ' o 9 G' U n n er 5 M ate RY, TMSN BROMBACHER, GMM3 lswy BELL, fyx CGM? GMG3 lswy BLUNT, GMM1 fswy PARKER NOT PICTURED: TM1 JOHNSON , ,MW , f im!-Wi W9 a2iZ?2fwlWA""'a ,S ,5 X 1 XX Q S S Ns NN .X L .XX XS Pi 1 ik! T I E I 5 'I xtxf 'I ix 'mx X S Q my K, ,, XWWWH 1 gg, faovonmr V11 A S wx Q. SYX is Z 1 f W fd, 58? ? f WW!! 6 f W ,nf f WE! ff CF DIVISIO JW Fire Controlman QFCQ ROW 1: FC2 HORLIVY, FC1 CABRAL, FC2 NICHOLSON, FC2 DALEY, FC2 WRIGHT, FC2 ISWJ LUSTRI, FC1 ISWI GALEY, FC2 WRIGHT ROW 2: FC1 CAMACHO, FC2 ROE, FC2 BRIGGS, FC1 DEAN, FC2 OVERSON, FC1 BOUCHARD, FC2 ISWI STRATTON, FC1 SHULTZ, FC2 GLOSS, FC2 SCHMUTZLER , ROW 3: FCCS ISWJ KLECKNER, FCC GALIPO, FC3 BATES, FC1 ZAWROTNY, FC2 SONGDAHL, FC2 CASKEY, FC1 ISWJ BOGUE, FC2 ISWJ FAETH, FC1 GAINES, FCC ISWI SLACK NOT PICTURED: LT MURPHY, FC2 ALTHAUS, FC1 BART LE, FC2 BOGARDUS, FC2 CANTRELL, FC3 FOUGHT, FC2 GUL- LEY, FC1 HEITZ, FC2 ISWJ ISAKSON, FC2 ISWJ MANETZKE, FC1 ISWJ MOORE, FC2 YOUNG, FCC ZWILENEFF I l I ffjgg! 34 Y 5 ,sf X A fx J in ..,,,.... N, ,,,,, N ,,,,, , ,,,,,,pr 1,,,,,,,. KWH? f,f T .f f W 1 f ' i f ,Qi L 7 nf 2- 5 mf X x 'Rv H we -.mv 5 S.. 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