Ticonderoga (CG 47) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1991

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THROUGH THEIR TIRELESS EFFORTS AND UNSWERVING DEVOTION TO DUTY, THE MEN OF TICONDEROGA WERE A SYMBOL OF EXTRAORDINARY MILITARY POWER AND STRENGTHQ THE FIRST AEGIS CRUISER ON SCENE DURING THE ONSET OF THE DESERT SHIELD. HER RETURN TO THE DESERT STORM THEATER WAS A QUIET REMINDER OF FORMIDABLE NAVAL MIGHT, READY AT A MOMENT'S NOTICE. OUR DEPLOYMENT FOR THE MOST PART BLOSSOMED INTO A JOURNEY OF GOODWILL AMBASSADORSHIP IN THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES. IT WOULD BE IMPROPER TO DISREGARD THE INTENSE PERSONAL SAC- 55, Q 2 Qi Q Elf ",- : S Q , -, 33.4, 5 ' T, Q A . 3 E RIFICE SHARED BY THE FAMILIES OF THESE TICONDEFIOGA WARRIORS IN THIS DEDICATION. THE FLAMES OF OUR MOTIVATION ARE FUELED AND STOKED BY THE ETERNAL SUPPORT, STRENGTH AND LOVE OF OUR WOMEN, OUR CHILDREN, OUR FAMILIES AND FRIENDS. WITHOUT THOSE BONFIRES OF HOPE AND UNDERSTANDING LIGHTING OUR WAY BACK HOME, WE WOULD SURELY FALTER AND PERISH. TO THE PROUD AMERI- CAN MEN OF THE USS TICONDEROGA WE LEAVE THESE MEMORIES TO YOU , , V, ,W I f f , 1 M ,, - ' ff - .V , in W SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER 'Z I 2-1 -XSQDI nf' ,-' '. 5, 750 MIIIQIIIIIIQTY b?v ' -- II "jx '94 Q J . N uw 'SX Uk LTJG CARLOS BARBOSA LTJG CWO2 BRUCE STOVALL ENS CWO2 MICHAEL MACDONALD ENS LTJG CHRIS PREBLE ENS LCDR WILLIE PINE, SC ENS LTJC P. S. ANDERSON, SC ENS LTJC JIM STEWART LTJG LT LARRY WEDEKIND ENS A1 wx-'X 0 SH1 QSWI HEBERT SUE ' HM2ISWI SHZQSWI JOHN WILLIS STGSISWJ SHSQSWJ MONTE JONES CTRCISWI OS1 ISWI ALLAN REYNOLDS CTO1 ISWI OS2ISWI JOSEPH KEEHNER OSQISWI BMZISWJ JOSEPH MARTINEZ GMM1fSWJ TM1 ISWJ STANLEY MCLEOD MS1fSWJ AT1 ISWI RONALD WRIGLEY GMG1 ISWJ CTR1 ISWJ KENNETH STICILE EMZISWJ RM1 ISWI STEVEN ANDERSON YN1 ISWJ AMS1qSWI FRANKLIN DUNN GMGZISWJ DCZISWQ BOBBY WOMBLE FCZCSWJ GMGSQSWJ THOMAS HORSLEY FCSQSWJ ET1 ISWI JOHN ZAJAC STG1 ISWI ETCISWJ CHARLES WILKINSON EM1 ISWI CTMSISWJ JOSEPH SISSON RMIISWI GMMZQSWI SCOTT PURCELL CTOSQSWJ STGCQSWJ DAVID LOCKHART GSMSCSWJ MARK METZGER SCOTT MURRAY W. E. DOTY, JR. D. D. SANDERS, SC JIM HUDSON M. G. FLEMING N. A. BALICE D. J. MACDONALD PECIALIST CHARLES FORBES ANGEL GONZALEZ WILLIAM FEEHAN ROBERT PRAYDIS JAMES COTTON CLYDE SURFACE RONALD WATSON EDWARD DEMOREST ERIC ALBRANDT FRED BOSTIC FRANCISCO LIZANO CARLTON BANNER CHRISTOPHER WARD RUSSEL KJOS DAVID COX PAUL TERRY EDMUND CHAFFEE TRAVIS SHULL CAPTAIN EDWARD F. MESSINA Captain Edward F. Messina was born in194O in Somerville, Massachusetts, and grew up in North Miami, Florida. He joined the Navy in 1958 and served as a Terrier Missile Tech- nician in USS SPRINGFIELD tCLG7j homeported in Ville- tranche Sur Mer, France until his selection as a candidate for the Naval Enlisted Scientific Education Program QNESEPJ in 1962. He attended the University of North Carolina, graduat- ing in 1966 with Bachelor Degrees in Mathematics and French. He was commissioned an Ensign upon completion of Officer Candidate School in December 1966. After commissioning, he served in USS BOSTON QCAGU first as Missile Repair Officer and later as Assistant Navigator. ln April 1969 he reported to USS LUCE QDLG 7j as Fire Con- trol Officer. From May 1970 to May 1971 he served on the staff of Naval Forces Vietnam. After Italian language study at the Foreign Service Institute he served from September 1971 to January 1974 with the Italian Navy as Officer in Charge of Personnel Exchange Program Detachment, Taranto, Italy. He graduated from the Extension Division of the University of Arkansas with a Master of Arts degree in International Rela- tions in 1973. In September 1974, Captain Messina graduated from Naval Destroyer School and reported to USS BELKNAP fCG 26j as Weapons Officer. From May 1976 to September 1977 he served as Weapons Officer in USS HARRY E. YARNELL QCG 17j. Following graduation from the French Language course at the Defense Language Institute, Captain Messina attended the French Naval War College, Paris, France from September 1978 to December 1979. . Captain Messina served as Executive Officer in USS JOU- E1'I' QCG 29y from March 1980 to September 1981. In October 1981, he reported to the Precommissioning Detail, USS NEW JERSEY QBB 621, serving as Weapons Officer until June 1984. Captain Messina commanded USS HAYLER QDD 997j from May 1985 to June 1987, circumnavigating South Ameri- ca as Flagship for U.S. Commander South Atlantic Force dur- ing UNITAS XXVII. Captain Messina graduated from Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island in June 1988 with a Master of Arts in National Security and Strategic Studies. He graduated from Salve Regina University with a Master of Sci- ence in Management in June 1988. Captain MEssina served as Assistant Chief of Stafffor Readiness Assessment and Training Policy QNGJ in the Staff of Commander, Surface Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet from July 1988 to April 1991. Cap- tain Messina assumed command of USS TICONDEROGA QCG 47, in June 1991. Captain Messina's personal decorations include the Bronze Star with Combat the Meritorious Service Medal with two gold stars, the Navy Commendation Medal with two gold stars, the Navy Achievement Medal with Combat "V" and gold star, and the Combat Action Ribbon. . its W 7 Captain Messina is married to the former Josette Sebas- tiani of Nice, France. They have a son Pascal, and reside in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Plnmng on one of the sixteen surface warfare officer puns that was earned during the deployment if Ki '31 Christmas Party rn Abu Dhabi ma Y 9 4 r Keeping a watchful eye on the bridge t f ttrt if g if - 'I r e :R . . ' 'QS 1 TV HN fr , I 3 Zhi? . A r . u -. ss-f KM 'Q' Q Y 1 M 5 A 5 .. 8 na . Lx I , I. . - if' may . H 'I . . W Z ' 1 K ig M! Q I ' i 'z 'sf' 'f 'W 4 'px EXECUTIVE OFFICER BIOGRAPHY Lieutenant Commander Steven C. Miller, originally from Joplin, Missouri, received a Bachelor of Science Degree from the United States Naval Academy in 1979. Upon commissioning, Lieutenant Commander Miller served in USS GOLDSBOROUGH QDDG 20, as Communications Officer, Auxiiiaries Officer, and Damage Control Assistant. Following his Division Officer tours in USS GOLDSBOR- OUGH, Lieutenant Commander Miller was assigned to the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations as Executive Secre- tary for Joint Chiefs of Staff Affairs. Lieutenant Commander LIEUTENANT COMMANDER STEVEN C. MILLER Miller later served as Operations Officer in USS BARBEY QFF 1088y and as the commissioning Operations Officer in USS LAKE CHAMPLAIN QCG 571. Lieutenant Commander Miller reported as Executive Officer in USS TICONDEROGA QCG 47y in May 1990 and served during two deployments in Operation DESERT SHIELDXDESERT STORM. He reported as Flag Secretary to Commander, Naval Surface Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet in April 1992. Personal decorations worn by Lieutenant Commander Miller are the Navy Commendation Medal with Gold Star in lieu of fourth award and the Navy Achievement Medal. Lieutenant Commander Miller and his wife, Nicole F. J. Toesca, reside in Virginia Beach, Virginia. EXECUTIVE OFFICER LIEUTENANT COMMANDER BERNARD L JACKSON LIEUTENANT COMMANDER BERNARD L JACKSON UNITED STATES NAVY LCDR Bernard L Jackson was born in Macon Georgia He was commissioned in December 1978 via the Naval ROTC program upon graduation from Savannah State Col lege with a BS in Chemistry His first assignment was as Gunnery Officer and Damage Control Assistant on board USS EL PASO QLKA-117l. During his tour, EL PASO completed an extensive overhaul and con- ducted a major deployment to the Indian Ocean. In August of 1982, LCDR Jackson was assigned to the Naval ROTC Unit, Savannah State College, where in addition to per- forming duties as Recruiting Officer!Sophomore Instructor obtained a BS in Mathematics. In November 1985, LCDR Jackson was assigned to USS CONNOLE QFF-10561 as Engineering Officer until October 1987. During his tour, CONNOLE completed a major deployment and won the Battle In October 1987, LCDR Jackson was assigned to USS JOSE- PHUS DANIELS QCG-27j as Engineering Officer until October 1989. During his tour, JOSEPHUS DANIELS completed a major deployment to the Persian Gulf, won the Battle "E" and was the recipient of the Arleigh Burke Award as the most improved sur- face combatant. Subsequently, LCDR Jackson served on the staff of COM- CRUDESGRU EIGHT from October 1989 until November 1991. During his tour, CCDG-8 participated in several operations, including Operation DESERT SHIELD and DESERT STORM while embarked on USS SARATOGA QCV-601. A LCDR Jackson's personal awards include the Meritorious Ser- vice Medal, Navy Commendation Medal fthree awardsl, the Navy Achievement Medal and various senfice medals and unit awards LCDR Jackson is married to the former Cassandra Gale Pryor of Macon Georgia They have two children Nichole and Anthony OFFICERS W mx X Wh Z. 3 O l ," 2 n..,:' X I, Q , f , . S ' . ' L l L ' ' J '!'BE ESfE Q vf--- M :o,. T -Q S1 3 L, -,Q EEE 1'. 'f ef' Q. S f In 'mx' x':2 f ,,,' ' - fi ,. .U 1- ,yz:yga'vp "ff Y H' Q' X X 1 - X, f:.,sQv2s 2 MQW X , .em ww 'KX M1 K Q1 x N K X wx ESQ N X K JR X T Q2 gif 1 X E . S 1 Q -- X, .F . X v RQ 39' 3, X E wx X x E' 'gg' X is jx W3 3 X X Wk! Qx X f Q4 is XX O gg ' fi 1. 5' k X 6 CDF! JONES CSO LCDH PINE SUPPO ,ww ' .QKEQQQ LCDR TRIMBLE OPS ww., KM LCDR KLEMENCIC I-CDR LONG CHENG DET OIC Q ., . QQ. f ,f av . mg, ,. avi. .Las-imivg Y Ky :- ITII'-4 Z-IQ UJQJJ UO!- 0-407 -IZO KITIZ 5 VfffWf7f7W,ig f 'ff , Exam XQQEZQX' fff ff AW f f f X Mi!! 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This door WHS made fOI' LTJG BaI'bOSa TV. ,. . ,,,, ., I 4 I 4 ? W 413 N j 1 A N 2' Mx! f H 1 I H 'L i V w x , 2' W ! L r 1 1 K l W r TP"f-era , L1 1 , E i E3 y Y if 22 E' + I N I Y Q 16 I ff Z? wk ,X 'Q X 5 SHCMQSWJ JOHN W. MALONE l SHCMQSWJ John W. Malone repo,-if ed aboard USS TICONDEROGA on gg November 1990 from Commander COMMAND MASTER CHIEF I ,ff dx, na W is if W V5 ' , ' ' 13?-Pfifiif, 55 . -we w 'e-fsii tag , -f-- w 4' its su N , .' FREE Naval Surface Force Atlantic where hs was Code N7 Ship's Store Assisian for 2 years. Prior assignments were thi Navy Resale Activity, Yokosuka, Japaj where he was the Japan Region Com, missary Warehouse Supervisor and later the Yokosuka Commigl sary Store Officer. His previous ships were USS MIDWAY tci, 411, a forward deployed carrier homeported in Yokosuka, Japan USS SOUTH CAROLINA QCGN 375, USS MITSCHER QDDG 35' and USS CHARLESTON QLKA 113y. Previous shore duty includes the Exam Center at NETPDC Saufley, Pensacola, FL Navy Recruiting District Columbus, OH, Navy Exchange, Little Creek, VA and Flag Unit, COMSERVLANT Norfolk, VA. Master Chief Malone has a Bachelor of Applied Science ir Resource Management from Troy State University and is a grad uate of the Senior Enlisted Academy, Newport, R.I. He has beer married to his wife Rose for 26 years and has 3 children and ' grandchildren. T r H I i H1 I. - at ,. ..,. 1 NEYEMEYZ 2 j a Wat I if lm MC M We N 'M :wilt Wm ms SFCC vw 'Elm hlvf My 5150155 sam Mlm: -C :K i- S? ' i. '11, V' K wr: - , -1.1, X . N X fm, ' , .,m,wf.,b -.f ,ss W .4 A A X X 0555 x .-f X J bp W M X F5313 E X f + xv x 53 1 ff 1 1 Q M wwf 4 Amr mf-fy -"' f Q. v f ' 'Y ,A Qi' Y Nl! -Ax? 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'mi ' vs :H hz' -1 'N I Q . ,. 1 H X Q X X ww-A EW' 5 5 X .-.U L-?f.x.k,.f.....g,.,. .a.i...,...,,, Operations Y Y. g I V ,EE ' if 4 W ' -JA .773 'Ur 1 A , :S ,P x .f el! if I JI, v OI DIVISION OI DIVISION ON USS TICONDEROGA TODAY ALMOST EVERY SHIP IN THE FLEET HAS A CIC OR COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER WHICH IS MANNED PREDOMINANTLY BY OPERATIONS SPECIALISTS. THE OPERATIONS SPECIALISTS ASSIGNED TO OPERATIONS INFOR- MATION DIVISION QOIJ ARE PRIMARILY RESPONSIBLE FOR PROVIDING THE ORGANIZED COLLECTION, PROCESSING, DISPLAY, COMPETANT EVALUATION AND RAPID DISSEMINATION OF PERTINENT TACTICAL INFORMATION AND INTELLIGENCE TO COMMAND AND CONTROL STATIONS. OI DIVISION MAY ALSO BE CALLED UPON TO EXERCISE DIRECT CONTROL OF VARIOUS OPERATIONS WHICH INCLUDE: 1. CONTROL OF OFFENSIVE AND DEFENSIVE OPERATIONS OF MANNED AIRCRAFT. 2. CONTROL OF HELICOPTERS. 3. CONTROL OF OWNSHIP'S MANEUVERS AND THE MANEUVERS OF OTHER VESSELS AS MAY BE ASSIGNED. 4. CONTROL OF WEAPONS AND ELECTRONIC COUNTERMEASURES TO DEFEND THE SHIP AGAINST ANTISHIP MISSILES. ' WE ARE ALSO TASKED WITH PROVIDING ASSISTANCE IN SUCH EVOLUTIONS AS NAVIGATION AND PILOTING, ANTI- SURFACE, ANTISUBSURFACE AND ANTIAIR OPERATIONS. MISSILE DEFENSE, SHORE BOMBARDMENT, TACTICAL DECEPTION, SEARCH AND RESCUE OPERATIONS AND TACTICAL MANEUVERING. OI DIVISION HAS A LARGE SPECTRUM OF DUTIES AND ASSIGNMENTSQ RESPONSIBILITIES THAT CAN BE QUITE DEMAND- ING AND REQUIRE A FLEXIBILITY AND MATURE "CAN-DO" A'I'I'ITUDE THAT IS EXPECTED OF A TRUE PROFESSIONAL. II ,ii . Wy 9 ,I f . I an o Q Y E W I ,,,V , . Z f , K 'I 'A I, ' ' ' I 1 S f 'Z 'I fig "'-fn I ..1,1r"1' 2' 'V 'V' QI . ' if ,f 'F I f , "'i ' If , ,,,, N , ' g f- 1 A 2 fi M III ' 354' - is OS3 DAUDERT OS1 FLORENCE OS1 GARFKETT 1, ff ans, J 4 X OS3 JOHNSON OS2 KEEHNEFK OS2 LAWVER X7 AQVXV ff 17? fsy W! 4 ,W K 5ffW J f MWZM WQWWW X 1-5. L44 MP9, if QAM rx my N! 1: 'J OSSN BEAUMONT OS2 COTTON Qi? 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'Y E6 X OS3 PICKETT OS2 REEDER OS1 REYNOLDS WW W AQ Q W X W Mi N OS1 Rodgers teaches LT Schrelber about AAW OC DIVISION OC DIVISION IS RESPONSIBLE FOR INSURING TICONDEROGA MAINTAINS GOOD COMMUNICATION WITH THE OTHER UNITS IN THE BATTLE GROUP. THROUGHOUT THIS PROCESS, WE CONSTANTLY MONITOR NUMEROUS RADIO CIRCUITS AND PROCESS ALL INCOMING AND OUTGOING MESSAGE TRAFFIC. WE STARTED THE CRUISE WITH NOT TOO MUCH EXPERIENCE. BUT JUST LIKE THE SHACKS BEFORE US, WE GREW INTO ONE OF THE PREMIER SHACKS IN THE FLEET TODAY. EVEN THOUGH AT TIMES IT WASN'T EASY TRYING TO KEEP TRACK OF OVER 30 CIRCUITS, AND COUNTLESS INCOMING AND OUTGOING MESSAGES, WE NEVER GAVE UP THE FIGHT. WE THE RADIO GANG OF TICO, DEDICATE THIS CRUISE BOOK TO OUR LOVED ONES WHO HAVE GIVEN US THE STRENGTH TO CARRY ON. .... sa I Y f 2 '49 v ff,-'f'w ,.-4 :ff 2 CD 2 2 Up IU IP JP Z Q cn " 5 m Z Z fn fTl R Q 94 :U cn :l Q N' 7 ' AAAA . i'bx fi wav if 5, .1 I! 'Y -.1 W , X 4 f W A' l N 45, WOW I f"'i!"'u 2 5v'V"'Yh ' 31. fa ag-2 ga nf ff- A 2 W! 1 2 , Qin" 5 fig Z ' 4 Q f f f f I ,'1' ,vg ,ff I 'Y -.J ww 5 , MM- . , -nm - v Y 3 A Q ' H- , N 7' mas' 'if 'J RM1 ANDERSON RM2 BRIDGEMAN RMSA GUYOT , A K i 4 4 Q I 4 We FKM1 TERRY RMSN THOMAS RMS WILLIAMS RM2 YATES OT DIVISION OT DIVISION CONSISTS OF ELECTRONIC WARFARE TECHNICIANS fEW'SJ, CRYPTOLOGIC TECHNICIANS CCT SJ AND INTELLIGENCE SPECIALIST IIS SJ PERSONNEL DIVIDED INTO TWO WORK GROUPS. THE CTO'S CTRS CTM S AND ISS ARE ASSIGNED TO OTO1 AND THE EWS WORK IN OTO2. EWS STAND WATCH IN THE SHIP S COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER ICICI. THEIR PRIMARY MISSION IS ANTI-SHIP MISSILE DEFENSE THROUGH THE DETECTION OF RADIATED EMISSIONS. THEY ALSO HAVE THE CAPABILITY TO JAM AND DECEIVE ENEMY RADARS. THIS IS DONE THROUGH THE USE OF VARIOUS ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT AND SUPER RAPID BLOOMING OFFBOARD CHAFF QSRBOCI. THOUGH OUR MISSION IS CLASSIFIED WE CAN SAY THAT WE PROVIDE INDICATION AND WARNING II81WI TO CIC AND OTHER FLEET UNITS. OT DIVISION PRO- VIDES VALUABLE TACTICAL INFORMATION NECESSARY FOR COMPLETION OF TICONDEROGA S MISSION. mzwmwm Ma I 7 Y 3 ! 7 I 7 7 , . l I I 5' I X A mx Www? 'cm EW2 JANES EW2 LEFTWICH EW3 MCLAIN 4 gfe- fly W eff W 25 llvnqsf 4 EW1 ANDERSON CTOSN CHAFFEE EW2 DILTS mg., Y Vx 1:15 EW3 SAYRE CTM3 SISSON CTFI1 STIGLE slug? if xl EW3 NOWAK CTO1 PRAYDIS EWSN SATCHER ,pon N r 4 , K X X 1 X." 'w QQ X4 ww.- ,E X 'sw X x X 3 X 'EA 5 X 3 N , X, U kt 'vw '5 Zu. MMV! f 7 ww h X'1f' :' fl 1l E gi W 5555 f 1 ......N.-:..,Q...s. nu. , V kr X gwww, ,i ,Wy-g f , , .M ..., , , 5 X ,Q , -f mf? Q3 age! , M' f asv 'b V Qifju' 'k"' " ,, -nv ?f-. IQ COMBAT SYSTEMS CO DIVISION CO DIVISION ON USS TICONDEROGA COMBAT ORDINANCE DIVISION IS HOME TO THE SECOND OLDEST PROFESSION IN THE UNITED STATES NAVY, ' THE GUNNERS' MATES. IN 1797 THE MEANS OF DETERRING THE ENEMY WERE LIMITED TO CANNONS AND BLACK II POWDER. TODAY, TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCEMENTS HAVE BROUGHT INTO FRUITION THE GUIDED PROJECTILE AND I II THE STANDARD MISSILE. I THE GUNNERS' MATES ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE PRESERVATION AND MAINTENANCE OF THE MK 45 E LIGHTWEIGHT GUN MOUNT, THE MK 26 GMLS, THE SHIP'S ARMORY AND TRAINING THE CREW IN THE USE OF SMALL ARMS. I THE DIVISION WAS ALSO AUGMENTED BYA FOUR-MAN STINGER MISSILE DETACHMENT FROM NAB LI'I'I'LE CREEK, VIRGINIA. THEY WERE AN INTEGRAL PART OF THE COMBAT SYSTEMS TEAM EFFORT THROUGHOUT THE DEPLOYMENT. FROM DEFENDING THE SHIP AGAINST HOSTILE AIRCRAFT AND SMALL BOAT ATTACK TO PUTTING THE FIRST LINE : OVER DURING AN UNDERWAY REPLENISHMENT, COMBAT ORDINANCE DIVISION DISPLAYS TRUE PROFESSIONALISM IN EVERY SENSE OF THE WORD. I HI I SI I I 44 I T SA FUENTES GMG3 HORSLEY GIVIGSN HYATT f fy? f fz ff W M fx! 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THEIR PRIMARY MISSION IS TO DETECT, IDENTIFY AND TRACK SUBSURFACE CONTACTS. THEY ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR OPERATING AND MAINTAINING ALL SONAR EQUIPMENT, ANTI-SUBMARINE TORPEDOS AND THE UNDERWATER WEAPONS FIRE CONTROL SYSTEM. SOME OF THE OTHER DUTIES WE MAY BE TASKED WITH INCLUDE MANNING THE SHIP'S .50 CALIBER MACHINE GUNS AND STANDING MINE WATCHES. . 4921 , ' QW' v ' Tw? . " Wifi? - ' X f" 14 if 15" V . , , f 6 3 4 , mf. 7 QQW, 1 X .ww H451 43 48 ima.. j k- i G' sw ,A :,, ,1 ' A ' f -M, ., U' - -, -, V f 4 60 x y 3 Y , V r x f ,, 4 Q , Us F 45 i 7 -Viv: O ' 7 if Q STG3 COPE STG1 ELLIOTT STG2 ENSIGN I A KN ll Q A L. 'h9 ,L X .. V V . ' 1 ,C L- Lf Q ,Af 4 -Lf Z? Y LL L .f,. " E4 1 wv E ff C f , Nf- gf W STGSA GRIFFIN STG2 HEINTZ STG3 HERFIING wma n n ,V X ,71- Efg 'l W as -' 1 ., 14ifWvW17f!' f-H' f, ' 'f - - ,, - 'Q .1 x ,Mg 3: 24, , , x . Mah., V A ' in .fi , J, K7 , , . , W Hy , ,W fy, ' f WH :S ,. , ul K x7 A lf' X f 5 ,7 , y S52 5 ,. ff wwf 1 4 4 , V f f 'AFA-x -nn-, Y 5 2: L .ggi- Y "mf f , f V' 1 ,,, pf - f 14, ,,,,, ., -14 mf. 12,-.1,, ,, ' fr rev.. M ff' Q- ' l ,Y ,. 4 -Q 'sf TMSN ANDERS ON STGSN CLARKE STGSR COLE walk- 'Y :Q STG3 ESTEHBROOK STG2 GOLDEN STG3 GONZALEZ ,C C 4 I 65 C C PIYKLI L Y f N' v 45' QW f wif gf? 9? ww 4 xv STGSN LUCAS TM1 MCCLEOD STGSA QUAIL STGSN WARD 'f f We aw! ,vw YW 1 KVI' N-J uma fy, MMM N! Q84 bf? STG3 HUNT STG1 KJOS STG2 LINDER W2 if Www Z FX iff? Aff if f X! J? fi Sv f 0 X x X X 1 1 STG3 BRAY STGSN LEWIS STG3 FERGUSON -4 V . ,Ly fm 4 CE DIVISION CE DIVISION - IS COMPRISED OF TICO'S ELECTRONIC TECHNICIANS IETSJ. "ET'S" TROUBLESHOOT, REPAIR AND ALIGN SHIPS RADAR AND COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS. THEY ALSO REPAIR AND CALIBRATE ELECTRONIC TEST EQUIPMENT. BUT THATS NOT ALL, ET'S CONTROL SHIPS COMPUTERS, INCLUDING THE SHIPS SNAP II SYSTEM, BEING TRUE PROFESSIONALS, THEIR SERVICES WERE OFFERED TO OTHER SHIPS IN THE "IKE" BATTLE GROUP, ELECTRONIC TECHNICIANS ALSO SHOOT GUNS. 10070 OF CE DIVISION IS QUALIFIED ON THE .50 CALIBER MACHINE GUN. ET'S SPEND MUCH OF THEIR OFF TIME DOING CROSSTRAINING AND SHIP'S REQUIRED TRAINING. IF NOT TRAINING YOU'LL FIND THEM INSPECTING AND FIXING THEIR SHIPMATE'S PERSONAL ELECTRONIC GEAR, ELECTRONIC TECHNICIANS LEAD A VERY BUSY AND REWARDING LIFE. ,.f"' I f I ET3 HUPP ET3 O LEAFKY ET3 FIAFFA ET3 ATWELL nw- 4? Wf fm YQ? M24 Qs 5k 'Nl' MQ I 4 f Nz WMYK In 1 x ISI Q ,W QR ET3 ANSPACH ET3 CFKAWSHAW ET3 FOLLIN ,A N ET3 RESCH ET3 SHIPMAN ET3 WALLACE ,ww N Q L VKV, N H V .X 5 n :jg ' ' ' NX 1? ' ' M 1 52 9 M si f . : F '31 1 'f We " iw? I .wwf 'il , ' " Qi.: fx I sl la sfi.y '7.pff pg ,. K , w if X ' , ' , Z A ' ff ., K' f K' 2- J -- A L I Y,,, .W,X , ,Q Q 1 I "vu 1 K f 'wi ' Q if V if '5 1 sw! lf fg' 't hx-an w H V ' 2 ff I , f1,N , Mif f - .kd fgfi 2,3 .X ., W - , , 1 1' 1 ,I - V - f-sq 1 ww iv 1 , ,, ,W.,gf v, z ij X , 1: If . f, f ' 1 - ,,, .4-ww 'W . A A S, ,A A www ' - W L ' L, 1 ' Q .Q A fwv f f j Sz: VL 5 M ggm p ,WV W V K- Q ' t V- A, 4 ' , ' A K 'Y ' WWSH - - 41 KE , . fzffffaf-ff' - MW1, x, I 1. ,i.,12U-3,111,153 fx 1 -25 4: 1522 ,f ' . 5: - 77, -: 2 . sfff 'I' ' 3 H ' .' if -I W' ' 11 i' , ' i" 45 e sziii' V is L iz I , K f , . . 'iiian ' .Q , -M . 'Y I .E CD DIVISION I 1 Versatility is the word that can best describe First Division. Besides maintaining the exterior of our I ship, First Division's responsibilities include small boat evolutions, anchoring, mooring and man I overboard rescue. First Division is the backbone of undenivay replenishment which provide the ship 5 with fuel and supplies necessary for it's existence. II Above all, First Division provide seamen the building blocks upon which they will build their future naval careers. By delegating very important responsibilities and teaching seamen the skills required ' to carry out their many tasks, they get a sense of self-discipline and attain pride in their accomplish- y ments. l Versatility is needed in today's Navy and First Division earns the right to be called the most versa- tile division onboard Ticonderoga. l l . 43? yg!-W 1 Q i P I' as 47 l l l l r I A 3 5 ll as ? Q i I I .I l I r V l i N .TE Iii' .QE ni, Q5 N. ' K I ri ' SN ENINIANUEL SN FACIANE BMS GETER if-KR W f 7 ', ,7,zVasay. 1 .,f:k,4:1f Wm ,f wx f Q4 SN JOHNSON SA JOHNSON SA KELLEY """' Q 3 , ,- ,IL .9 'lzpfflu' fly 'M W - ':x,. 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K .....-..,.-.,.....,..,-..---.1.,..,.-...- .-.... ...-.,...a.,..,....-- . ..., .. ,..,..... . CF DIVISION CF Division is comprised of four work centers of five contidmun, the Spy techs QCFOIJ, FCSXORTS ICFOZJ, MK86 and Harpoon, and ClWSlCFO7l. The Spy guys get their nickname from the equipment they work on, the Spy 1-A radar. lt is an electronically steered multi-purpose radar, designed for search and track capabilities. This complex 3 dimensional radar requires constant upkeep by it's technicians. MK 86, guns, and harpoon, the ship's anti-surface capabilities are found in CFO6. MK86 Gun Fire central System directs fire from the 5" guns from the Control Officers console and actual firing is done from the weapons control console, both found in CIC. Target location comes from the SPO-9 surface searchffire con- trol radar, remote cameras, and spotters. Harpoon is a surface to surface cruise missile which gives the ship over the horizon anti-surface capabilities. The eight harpoon cannisters can be seen on the fantail, portside. CIWS, close in weapon system, is the ship's last line of defense against incoming antiship missiles and enemy aircraft. CFO7 personnel are responsible for extensive upkeep on their mounts hydraulics and robotics. Long hours of hard work are responsible for keeping the CIWS mounts in their fine state of readi- ness. if MM wwe, 2229 ff! Q .22 ,22245 if? v----xv ...s..a..,,,.,.............,1-asga...,., .... f..., . ,, wx wwf? r f f kms? FC3 BLYTHE FC1 BOWEN FC3 BURCH f N-J FC2 HAGAN FC3 HOWARD FC3 JOHNSON WWWWWW X ff gnu ww 45 X W f W! fy' f ifw V Yr f f ff ff W fr ff WWE X L A, X wwf XW X! fl fs., W 2 wif FC3 BAGBY FC3 BANDY FCS BANNER FC2 CARTER FC1 DOMINGUEZ FC3 FERGUSON QQ .: ,, .l1.i,f ' f' fill' , Y 4. ,af 1, . ff f ' ' ' 'f'f 7' , A ' ' AAR' r fy' ' W ' ,-- 4 V,, V VW ,A ,,V, 'f 1, M Q , H X Va ,V V ., V VV., VVVVV V VV , W, , , A V XE ,,,, ,WV A V ,V fix A ,J , M 'V' ' f N 3 if . 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'Nh FC3 JONES FC2 KLEIN FC3 KOPP . z - .mn W 3 -I RW ,H J,-fm .. ' in ,wfnffi Ki za ,E fi 15, 5,-'lf-,1 "" may Ugg' f V: gf- , M 1' 4 ,gefzj U x 2237? gm ef , -I , 'Q' ' V, 4 1, 4 ,fu--f, , 1-xii .efsx-WW. ,H , ., fm ff , E -'-' f FC2 REESE '1 N f FC2 SANDERS E f ' W FC2 SEXTON 1.1 'Vw 'f , . SY ' H f. X , N f, . ,f, ,, ., X ., .. sf... . . , W " Q k -NVL 'fmiggga Wi' ' 4 ,XX."i1,,?z1s:fijffMfvffv' -- aw 1" fmi Wy " -ww - f' 1. iig r-If 1 'b-w " ' ,E fi , .,.E L f ' N -K --" 2A:g,?, ,f I ,M I A-fa-1 534: KY U 'ily W , ,, f ,4 sl "Hn 'A w , 1 13511 ld! FC2 LIBBY 40 CS DIVISION I I I I I I I I I 62 Q31 wg :iw 1. K N Ax, . f 3 M1 y -4 . 4 5 'ful I :,g,, , NJ A 4 ,kr, A y ,vjif A I X ,X Jia!! f X ff f M gif! in "vm FC1 PAGAL 'Flu FC2 GIBBONS FC3 VINSANT FC2 BOGAFIT W ,M . .M- 'wfvfi ' L. ' HP" .p lj: --W' N andf- 4' ' .,,.,.-. , , f,,:,'v,u,, V M! A ,W 4 ,dr W H th, X, M, " f r""" ffm 3 . 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WE ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE MAINTENANCE AND UPKEEP OF ALL SHIPBOARD FIREFIGHTING EQUlp MENT AND THE SHIP'S WASTE DISPOSAL SYSTEM. WE ALSO PERFORM STRUCTURAL REPAIRS, PIPEFITTING WELD- ING AND THE MANUFACTURE OF MISCELLANEOUS REPAIR PARTS. HOWEVER, OUR RESPONSIBILITY TO TRAIN ALI: PERSONNEL IN THE AREAS OF DAMAGE CONTROL, FIREFIGHTING AND CBR DEFENSE ARE OF UTMOST IMPORTANCE X ""'N.--14 QR, 70 , 3 8 g I - far h."?F.L y iff M 0!! N 4? f 2 Gif ' ff f f f 'C f f 1 V ,. Z W X e 1 f A , Ui 7 , , : 1 aw 1 , ,. .1 4. 2 -- H W -- , ZQL, ,W ,.- V' f Q by 1 f Q f i f V ww w,ff,ZfA . A '- I f V Z 1 y , , 2 , f QW, Ivy 0 , 2 ' -2 W , ,Y , . "" W 1 ,Q 0 ,- M K f 7, J N ,,,A, , 1, HN, i V ' 1 W 4 X 42 f ' Q 6 , 4 , 4 r 91 4 Q ,jf 1" Y f! Km, ,WM . ' .-f , ,,,. , f ., I -wvzly ' T17YWvm" W wx, M . AMW, .45 ,V . J, - f 'V 0 W f 5' . Mi- ,J X f 4 W 'f ,ff fa? X3 Q 7 A4 I? fl J f Q f f 2 ' R 5 ,, ff 1 z Q ,. W WM u., Y U ,, f N .U K- , ' j y f 4 ffm fl pf ,v f 3 V WW Q 1 V X .-. . ,, I 4 W' awllff' E ,,,, pl K' ,M DAMAGE CONTROL DOING WHAT COMES NATUFZALLY '55 - U.2:'JbUZr--fm AVN if 4 ff' 381459 IVIP DIVISION MP DIVISION CRUISE BOOK INPUT IVIP Division worked hard throughout the deployment maintaining the ship's main engines and generators, and all associated equipment, with an eye to the future. With an ample number of senior, experienced GS technicians, the division made tremen. dous progress in training junior personnel, with a record number of watchstanders qualifying in new watchstations. Under the leadership and guidance of Chiefs Fields, Aukeman and Wycoff and Main Propulsion Assistant LTJG Preble, the entire division achieved a level of pride, professionalism and performance like never before. Notable "emergency" repairs included the replacement of NR 1 Gas Turbine Generator CGTGJ circuit breaker, and the repair of NR 1 GTG Accessory Gear Box and NR 1 Lube Oil Purifier. The ship's Oil Lab coordinated numerous underway refueling operations and became renowned throughout the battle force for its experienced and efficient JP-5 program. The cleaning and preservation of the main engineering spaces - a daily task - was an all-hands evolution. All in all, the division's enthusiasm and can-do spirit enabled it to meet their assigned objectives and ensured that they were always ready and able to "ANSWER ALL BELLS." if lux - A Yr X I I hx Tr.. A GSNI3 BUTLER GSM3 CANADA CASTRONUEVO Z , , P' 4 7.1 n dai 'ff V- f 3 aw . , , .4 W4 ,v .4 V.-:4,,v41,, ir . ,fg.:s,gZ1 ':- M, X zf- .1 -' wr ,ig -.mx-f4'f',3f' 'QM-A.: 1, exp a, X4fRrw'4 , - 5: l 'Sf ex x ll I , 62, 3 Sl M W, ,,,.,V f 1 yi Q 2 5 . . ,.L.,, MW. A 3 f5"L E Y Q! IIW 2-ff GSM3 HECK GSM3 HEPNER GSM3 LAURETIC ,ff I Unm- 'Q' xg! I 441 'lla FR ADAMS GSM2 ARMSTRONG GSM2 BUSTRA , ,, ' Q' M . 1 "F74'Y1d GSMFA DIMMETTE GSM3 DUDSON GSM1 ENYART u -.,. Q-4 ,, vg150j:fw 4 if 41 -K-..,, '! 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X ,A,, ,, 1 1 mmm: 47 .W,..vm W ..,,3,,N, , Aw, S XXX Nb - gi N 'S Xx x :X ' N XX 9 X , .1 S X F X x Xxx-Q 'N X . 1 -S ...- - X ,J S. .W O , WM K . in GSM1 TEBBEN GSE2 THIEHY FA THOMPSON 3 'VO Wig--1,3 '51 r NN - Of ,, -9 V Q Q 1 4 t ., Q , I ,fx X. 5631 xf fy X251 25N:R.:g,1L X 1 ' 'fif ,, W W' 1 Q - . ' P Q f 1 'sw 1 - f.:ssaef'E:M V. mmm sf -.-5 Q ug -4? :Yr gig WVMAS, .4 4. . A Q GSMFA PRICE GSMFN SMITH GSM2 STEPHENSON W1 2'f'Pi'1' ' 4.1. -:N nr?1f 3' 1 1A' Q, A ll S Q ALLLV,,' X 4 'Q GSM2 WHISLER GSEFN WILSON GSM2 HOLLINGWORTH M ..,. , ,K A ' , f I ,.,,,,-.-f,, ,, v 1 X I 1 1 i Q N s E Q Y X 2 2 M ' Y , s Y X V' 5 5 55 X! i ' 1 XXX 3 'X Y X' U 5 'X 5 XX X , X X X ,Ii Xl! 'X Y ' S 3 f X X X 1 X , ,X N IX X . . X X' ' 78 X ,X l ah ah U' I 'MQ mx Q' 80' fl? N. 6' O O. as ' ' E DIVISION E DIVISION ON USS TICONDEROGA ELECTRICAL DIVISION IS ONE OF FIVE DIVISIONS THAT MAKE UP ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT. WORK CENTER EEO2 COMPRISED OF ELECTRICIAN'S MATES, RESPONSIBLE FOR THE VAST MAJORITY OF SHIPBOARD 60 HZ ELEC. TRICAL DISTRIBUTION AND SYSTEMS WHICH INCLUDE ALL SHIPBOARD LIGHTING, VITAL ENGINEERING EQUIPMENT MOTORS, AS WELL AS NAVIGATIONAL AND FLIGHT DECK LIGHTING SYSTEMS. WE ALSO MAINTAIN TICONDEROGNS ELECTRICAL TOOL ISSUE ROOM, ENFORCE ELECTRICAL SAFETY, MAINTAIN THE DEGAUSSING SYSTEM AND STOFI. AGE BATTERIES NECESSARY FOR AMMUNITION PALLET TRUCKS AND SMALL BOATS. INTERIOR COMMUNICATIONS ELECTRICIANS FORM WORK CENTER EEO5. THEY ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL SHIP- BOARD INTERIOR COMMUNICATION, GENERAL ANNOUNCING SYSTEMS AND SHIP'S ALARM SYSTEMS. WE ALSO MAINTAIN TICONDEROGA'S CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION SYSTEM, SHIPBOARD RADIO STATIONS AND THE UNDER- WATER LOG. MOST IMPORTANTLY, IC MEN ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE SHIP'S INERTIAL NAVIGATION SYSTEM OFI GYROCOMPASS. THE GYROS PROVIDE PERTINENT AND CRITICAL INFORMATION TO ALL COMBAT SYSTEM FIRE CONTROL COMPUTERS AND SERVE AS THE PRIMARY MEANS OF NAVIGATION. A , V' , I fy Vitygfqw 80 J , I 5 I Yi . 1 sul' , . 'I 25 ICS BLANFORD IC2 CLAY EM1 COX '91, ,ww M Q . I if EM3 JOHNSON ICFR LUCAS IC3 PETTIT Z 1 :Way V, ,Q f i ...- Ar . 45 'gf ' f f ,. Q ww. , 4 f 'Sw C " . 7 'Hz' Q n 'ff N!! We I - X5-Wfm vl f' A fc Aw? 11' Y We 4 Cam, Epi v my I M ,, 4 f KW - Q EM2 ALBRANDT ICFA BARRETT FN BAUMAN WW .-fm -H , 'mf ,e.,ffw,f 5, .. ' .4..,f 1 ,A J-V , f is-lggza' . gf, f, , 15:54 X 4, "' , ,. 4 4 MM, X . 5 F if wfivza W 5 , ,gg 1. kg. T EL I 54: f! y -35 I EMFN FERGUSON ICFN HOWARD FN INSISIENCGMAY li sf 1,5 .:,,' , , Cf .eh ' '5"mY ! .,,, , EIS' 1 if ' I I I 'FFf ' A I I xg? - 'affix' L , 'TY on 'lt as ' 1 ., ,,,, .i. ,Q f wf EMS POOH 'Q -Q-as4..,,,. s A gvfwfxmq .-., P-. ,,,, ,... ,Mm A, . ,, ...,f- Y , -,.,,.,,f - - ,..,-..,,, ,,, A DIVISION A DIVISION ON USS TICONDEROGA AUXILLIARY DIVISION, ALSO KNOWN AS A-GANG IS RESPONSIBLE FOR MAINTAINING THE EQUIPMENT THAT PROVIDES VITAL SERVICES SUCH AS FRESH WATER AND AIR CONDITIONING. THEY OPERATE AND MAINTAIN ANCHOR HANDLING EQUIPMENT, AIR CONDITIONING AND REFRIGERATION EQUIPMENT, HIGH AND LOW PRES- SURE AIR COMPRESSORS, GALLEY AND LAUNDRY MACHINERY, VARIOUS PUMPS, STEERING EQUIPMENT AND SMALL BOAT ENGINES. ALL THIS PROVES THAT A-GANG IS A VITAL ASSET TO THE SMOOTH RUNNING EVOLU- TIONS ABOARD TICONDEROGA. pb- 'Winf- wm K -CW 9- Him V . K "GP: Www.. .. 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THIS INVOLVES ORDERING, STOWING, DISTRIBUTING, AND COUNTING THE ESSENTIAL PARTS USED FOR REPAIRING AND MAIN- - TAINING THE ENGINEERING PLANT, COMBAT SYSTEMS, COMMUNICATION GEAR, GALLEY AND SHIP SERVICE E EQUIPMENT. MESS MANAGEMENT SPECIALISTS COOKING FOR 380 OF YOUR CLOSEST SHIPMATES THREE TIMES A DAY IS AT FIRST AN OVERWHELMING S PROSPECT. BUT THE PROFESSIONAL COOKS IN TICONDEROGA FACE THIS CHALLENGE WITH WELL DESERVED 2 PRIDE. WITH FRESH BAKED BREAKFAST PASTRIES AND HOME COOKED DINNERS, TICO'S MESS SPECIALISTS E' CONTRIBUTE TO THE MORALE AND BATTLE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE SHIP. A SHIP MOVES WITH ITS ENGINES, AND Q DEFENDS ITSELF WITH WEAPONS, BUT A SHIP RUNS ON THE GALLEY. SHIP'S SERVICEMEN ON BOARD TICONDEROGA THE SHIP'S SERVICEMEN PROVIDE THE BASIC NECESSITIES OF WELFARE AND COM- - FORT TO MAKE SHIPBOARD LIFE MORE LIKE HOME. THE LAUNDRY AND BARBER SHOP RUN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK TO KEEP EVERY SAILOR LOOKING SHARP AND CLEAN. THE SHIP'S STORE PROVIDES VITAL HEALTH AND COM- V FORT ITEMS SUCH AS RAZOR BLADES, SHAVING CREAM AND THE LATEST SOUNDS ON TAPE AND COMPACT DISC. SODA AND CANDY MACHINES DISPENSE THE LATE NIGHT SNACKS EVERYBODY CRAVES. AND WHEN THE E RECORDS KEEPER GETS TO THE BOTTOM LINE, THE SHIP'S WELFARE AND RECREATION COMMITTEE GETS THE E MONEY THAT PAYS FOR PARTIES AND TOURS. DISBURSING CLERKS EVERYONE KNOWS WHAT HAPPENS EVERY TWO WEEKS. PAYDAY. WELL, THAT IS THE BIG JOB THAT OUR DIS- BURSING CLERKS ACCOMPLISH. BUT IN ADDITION TO MAKING SURE THAT THIS HAPPENS, THEY ALSO SETTLE TRAVEL CLAIMS, PROCESS RE-ENLISTMENT BONUSES, AND REVIEW PAY RECORDS TO MAKE SURE THAT EVERY SAILOR RECEIVES EVERY PENNY EARNED. fm X ,HS INVC in EIGNIUIL WSEHT, I META 'Himsa 55 SPEUAL Niww U, T.. :ARE M511 4 T ENDAYSAT-E ESLTH AN!" cmpwf, E XND WHEN 1-, V R.. . v T T f A i52m.LT1 1flQ A ' x 'K A ff W fx 5 9'-R X' 1 s Q E A W 1,5 if 1? SASN CARPENTER SKSR CARTER MS3 CRUMP y y, U UTHMOMI - V -fmggsf, A 152+ yawn 4. A A WM ff 54 Tf T: --J 'fwzm f' X '- T f -Maxell . Y Q, n ,qu W A 5 www SH3 JONES SK3 LEBCOWITZ SA MYRICK ,QW , 'Z 'J v W una : 1 ff 1 Y v """i MSSA BAKER SKSN BRANCH MSSA CARPENTER I 1 'Ku MS3 DENEAU MS3 HOLLIS DK3 HYLTON hx 90 mga I f I ., wi , SK2 SIMONI SK2 SMITH MS1 STFIDUAHN I -If I -:,Q,-,ggi I 'f U, "f, ' v' Q96 Ziff 4: ', . 2 f'9f'5, I I f I I ac X 4 f Miz? I 513 ' ,."f "'Wi4" dy. 4 If 1 I I ,, fmgbgwg-ff? n.W..a. il I 'lf -If fi MS3 WILLIAMS SH3 WILLIS SK1 WOOD WI""nWWm' g fu-W ww -' zifowfiq . ' , hm ., . , -f kmriwf' 2 '24 ' M W ' z f , , U3 3 , if J: ' I- fa ,. . , -- 'Sf 536 I , I, I If QI af. ,Xa -- W- .P :1,,v,f,fM,g,, , 54 ff X Q fi 9 "iff I . its 4415 Y I - , 1 I? M MMP? MS3 NOWACK SK1 PORTER MS2 SIMMONS A -wg: f ,W :WW j .,fnfQdJ 11. A w! :T wJ'M1"f .ln W, 1, we I A Q .f fr, , - ,' ,' , , :mug wsgwz ' I . f f V 312 mf '4 I - ' Qiug f v . 'W fl? Nmx Zim I 2339: -4-I -:Cm 833 z I: fi '--.I if I ff. X f W W .J f Wx f awww "W SKSYENDORK SHZYOUNG SKSYOUNG WW vanaao , , ..........h...-4,..J........1,.........-,,,v--.,. .. ,,,...- .Y--.......V..-......,...,...,.-. Y' J Mimi ,W M Z WV 4 I 132 ,X f A E ,,' f .Vi ' . f ,f -6' -f?"'.-fi f Ll 'ww -0.5 ' ,M ffl X U V f 'Xa ' f , if ,Q :Q 'Z 'M E x V . ii, 5 , 5 fl M' :ff MQ' mm-W gg 'x QU mega . . .....a..J......,.. ...-D.......-.a.-.. I N W XN 321 5 1 5x 'VU , rf I" XN DIVISION XN DIVISION THE MEDICAL DEPARTMENT ONBOARD USS TICONDEROGA IS COMPRISED OF ONE INDEPENDENT DUTY CORPS- MAN AND TWO GENERAL DUTY CORPSMEN. OUR MISSION IS TO PROVIDE THE BEST HEALTH CARE POSSIBLE TO THE SHIP'S COMPLIMENT. WE ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR VARIOUS HEALTH AND COMFORT INSPECTIONS OF THE GAL- LEY AND BERTHING AREAS. WE ARE ALSO PRESENT DURING SUCH SHIPWIDE EVOLUTIONS AS UNDERWAY REPLEN- ISHMENT, FLIGHT QUARTERS AND SEA AND ANCHOR DETAIL. WE ALSO PLAY A VITAL ROLE IN THE TRAINING AND EDUCATIONAL AWARENESS OF OUR SHIPMATES IN A WIDE RANGE OF SAFETY RELATED TOPICS. PERSONAL HYGIENE AND VENEREAL DISEASE PREVENTION, CARDIOPULMINARY RESUSCITATION AND THE PROPER USE OF SHIPBOARD MEDICAL EQUIPMENT. THE SHIP'S OFFICE IS COMPRISED OF THE YEOMAN AND PERSONNELMEN OF TICONDEROGA. WE ARE RESPONSI- BLE FOR THE ROUTING, TYPING AND MONITORING OF VIRTUALLY ALL OF THE SHIP'S CORRESPONDENCE, DIREC- TIVES AND INSTRUCTIONS. WE PREPARE THE SHIP'S DAILY MUSTER REPORT, PLAN OF THE DAY, AND THE'EIGHT O'CLOCK REPORTS. IN ADDITION TO OUR DAILY ADMINISTRATIVE TASKING, WE ALSO PROVIDE PERSONNEL FOR FLIGHT QUARTERS, UNDERWAY REPLENISHMENT DETAILS AND ALL THREE OF TICONDEROGA'S REPAIR LOCKERS. SPECIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE SHIP'S OFFICE INCLUDE PREPARATIONS FOR AWARD, RE-ENLISTMENT, SHIP'S BIRTH- DAY AND OTHER OFFICIAL CEREMONIES. WE ALSO EDIT, TYPE, AND PUBLISH THE QUARTERLY FAMILY-GRAM. WE'RE A PROUD GROUP OF PROFESSIONALS WHO LOVE OUR WORK AND ARE ALWAYS EAGER TO SERVE. KNOWN THROUGHOUT THE NAVY AS THE "SIGNAL GANG", WE DEAL WITH COMMUNICATIONS. WHILE WE ARE PRI- MARILY TASKED WITH VISUAL COMMUNICATIONS SUCH AS FLAGHOIST, FLASHING LIGHT, SEMAPHORE, PYROTECH- NICS AND INFRARED SIGNALING, WE ARE ALSO VERY KNOWLEDGEABLE IN RADIOTELEPHONE PROCEDURES. SIG- NALMEN MUST CONTEND WITH A VARIETY OF ADVERSE WEATHER CONDITIONS IN PERFORMING THEIR JOB. WE ARE ALSO RESPONSIBLE FOR THE IDENTIFICATION OF CONTACTS ABOARD SHIP AS WELL AS BEING COMMUNICA- TIONS EXPERTS. WE WORK HAND-IN-HAND WITH THE SHIP'S INTELLIGENCE CENTER. WHEN IT'S TIME TO GO TO WORK, THE SIGNAL GANG IS READY, RELIABLY AND EFFICIENTLY. 94 3 QM3 DELLINGER HM2 FORBES YN3 GREEN - L LLLL f L V saw ,lf X QMSN PARNELL SMS PHILLIPS YN3 REYNOLDS , . gmail! ' L aw E ,La ' 'lffvf w A If ,, , V ,, 1 3:5 Q "Hn 'S' my 59, ? Q gf ! 5 -' V ' K' 47 3 . 552, xk-. A 9 ,ifh-'5 7 ' IQ 3 5 5QIff 0 'es' ' f 9 ff ., www mv' 1, Qsfivw Kr ,M M ' fn "ff 11-1 iff X 'V' Eiga , S -ip., L ? 1 V ',E. A Nfl: X, ,, ,,,, . W Y 4 '15 v YN1 BOSTIC SM3 BUSCAMPELL QM3 CLARK N! YNSN JAMORA YNSN MAXWELL PN3 PULIDO I , 'M nn- . if Q W A 6:1 .pw 2?-f YN2 WILLIAMS SM3 WILLIAMS PCZ WILLIAMS 5 x N allaiiigg mlhpa, Y' N! -gyv, ka QM1 FIOJAS QMSN TAYLOFI QI sms WATTS 'Nm L nl PNZ WINSLOW YNSA URSO PNSN MANUEL 2 .SQ HSL-34 DET 2 HSL 34, detachment 2 has been deploying with TICO since March '91. Flying the SH-2F Seasprite helicopter, the det spent the majority of the deployment functioning in the role of Surface Search 81 Surveillance, Gunfire Support and logistics support. The Det is composed of 5 pilots, and 2 aircrewmen, as well as the 11 maintenance professionals who make up the ground crew. Providing air support to the TICO has been both a demanding task and a challenge to the detachment. Hard work is always tempered by hard play, and the boys in the detachment partied as hard as they flew. We made the best of the liberty ports we saw, but home is always the best port visit a sailor for airedaley can hope for. 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