Ticonderoga (CVA 14) - Naval Cruise Book

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' "milf Aigyg M mul-1 . fu vu V V V VP.zns.fT' R M""'f4,0 - QHMB l1V.l.:fAx" ,qVBmtnn ff- - +0-' X UALMAHEBA Kni,angm.m.-:mga -Qmumnw A . . .AJ00 85' xi +1 ' , .li ' fr. .mag-0 - ,VL Tl 43- - N xi- - be VL ,M es., X-9 , Lgifg, ig? ...ff yi ,.,fg,, Nw- by -can QRS' ,Q-V - . 14-""5 hu.-.mn QP -Sf' 0111153115 ?'+,,, .959 27' Sp' Tnmnnn in M 'I' -.1 W -"' 1.-rf-A THE FORT-For centuries, even before the Fort was built, Ticonderoga was a strategic spot on a great thorough- fare. lt was the point which controlled the iunction of two important water routes, one extending southward by way of Lake George, and the other by the southern tip of Lake Champlain. Lake Champlain formed the most important part of the great waterway connecting New York and Canada. Algonkin and Iroquois indians por- taged by the place, bent upon scalps or the chase, and with the coming of the "White Man", control of the area became essential both to the peaceful trader and the military expedition. During the colonial days there were no highways, and almost everthing had to move by water if it was to move at all. Britain and France both claimed Lake Champlain and the adioining water links as theirs, and for almost three generations the two nations struggl- ed for the possession of this key area of the water route. The French constructed the original fort in l755, nam- ing ii "Carillion". After its capture by the British 1759, it was renamed "Ticonderoga", an anglicized version of the Iroquois word " Tyeonderoganwmeaning "between two lakes ". lt commanded Lake Champlain as well as the route by Lake George and therefore controlled the great waterway between Canada and the American colonies. Three nations have held the Fort: France, Great Britian, and the United States. Four times it was attacked, twice it fell, and twice it was successfully held, a record no other fort in this country can approach. Well indeed has it been called, "The Key to a Continent." Most significant of the captures of the Fort took place during the Revolutionary period, when, on the night of May lO, T775, Ethan Allen and eighty-five of his "Green Mountain Boys " stealthily infiltrated the ranks of the superior British forces and took the Fort without a shot. The captured cannon, mortars and supplies were then transported to Boston where they were used at the Battle of Bunker Hill and by General Washington's army throughout the rest of the War. Q 'f . ' 1 J -.'. , . ' ,Ix- -'-'w'-" 1 -.ff , .f -g,1.. 4 , ,. ,-,..,- 4 x A xsf, 1 1 . . 1 fl Wx .,, .1 , f . " If .,, ' ,L " r ,- A f , ar ! -5. . :J 9 f.,, 1 'NPN 11 ggggA Q , , , u' V , , , ' ., .. I-71 -'A A. 5 . r fi ,, 'I , x , A - fa X 75' .."s cv! .' I fa, 'f . Jiri 'J WU 'un if Y , u ob R fy ' .au l . A ' r -vw-v' mv L fl ., ,..-svn'-" 4, -Aldri- f fa. . A 1 3 ,Ap 1 Ad" fgrfzff 52975 eiiffff VMC I' V nv" J F iw swf TH? ' WSS' of fiff H' ffg Moms N55 , ,-1' E. QLHIJVM-5 X l L4 .1 P' W - how ffl OW heeisfet imrm: lhehmfa Hylnghis defipivol edsideof enemy EQ wnhefing 5 the MM ofIheE"" My Yuken by 1 We Unhei and led rg I0 QUHGSQ Thesecc 5,WP-UM NEHQQI1 of ' York NM fwght QC Wu L M151 we x SIUIU3 l W, QM.: VQEQTQB IUQP5 sh 5D oi Q dui W - tx Expsdzkr Sfqges va THE SHIPS-Four Navy ships have been christened Ticonderoga to honor Ethan Allen and his heroic capture of Fort Ticonderoga. The first TICONDEROGA was one of Commodore Thomas Macdonough's flotilla of four ships and ten gunboats built and fitted out on Lake Champlain to meet the threat of a British ioint land and water offensive from Canada during the War of 1812. On 11 September, 1814, the American and British lake fleets ioined in the Battle of Lake Champlain which raged for two hours and twenty minutes. For the first two hours the battle favored the British. Commodore Mac Donough, flying his flag on the warship SARATOGA, then excuted a deft pivot maneuver that brought the heretofore unexpos- ed side of his flagshipto bear down broadsides on the enemy flagship CONFIANCE which struck her flag in the withering fire of the SARATOGA's guns. The capture of the British flagship was followed in short order by others of the British force including the sloop CHUBB which was taken by the TICONDEROGA. This great victory gave the United States undisputed control of Lake Champlain and led to the withdrawal of the British invasion forces to Canada. A The second TICONDEROGA was a wooden hulled steam sloop-of-war, of barkentine rig, 1,533 tonnage with a length of 237 feet. She was commissioned in the New York Navy Yard on 12 May 1863. The TICONDEROGA fought gallantly for the Union cause during the Civil War, her crew earning a total of ten Medals of Honor. After the War, the Ship was placed in a decommissioned status until 5 November 1878, at which time she was recommissioned. During the period 7 December 1878 to 10 September 1881, TICONDEROGA served as the flag- ship of Commodore R. W. Shefeldt on a special commer- cial and exploring expedition. It was while on this expedition that TICONDERGGA became the first United States steam warship to circumnavigate the globe. The third TICONDEROGA was originally a German steel freighter named SS CAMILLA RICKMERS. Built in 1914, she was interned at the outbreak of World War I, converted to a transport, and commissioned USS TICONDEROGA fS.P. 19581. After several successful wartime crossings of the Atlantic she was sunk by a German U-Boat. The two day battle prior to her sinking is one of the most stirring episodes of World War I. Crippled by enemy gunfire and torpedoes, abandoned by her convoy, and with her Captain severely wounded, the Ship narrowly missed destroying the submarine by gunfire and attempted ramming. When the gallant ship finally sank, 214 of those onboard were lost. Built by the Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company of Virginia, the fourth TlCONDEROGA's keel was laid February 1, 1943, she was launched February 7, 1944. The Attack Carrier was placed in commission May 8, 1944, with Captain Dixie Kiefer, USN, in command. Ready for combat, TICONDEROGA sailed through the Panama Canal September 4, 1944, enroute to Pearl Harbor via San Diego. ln early November she became a unit of Fast Carrier Task Force 38. TICONDEROGA's first air strike of the war was launch- ed at dawn November 5, 1944. On the first day of operations, her Air Group flew 127 target sorties and fifty combat air patrol sorties against Zablan, Mandaluyong and Pasig Air Fields and shipping in the vicinity of Manila. The same day, a Kamikaze plane attempted to dive on TlCONDEROGA's port quarter but crashed into the sea short of its goal. Her strikes continued and by November 14, 1944, she had launched 643 combat sorties for strikes at Luzon, Leyte, and Samar. Her 4,000th land- ing was logged November 23. On November 25 she served as an emergency landing facility for the aircraft of carriers ESSEX and INTREPID, both severely damaged by Kamikaze attacks. ln December TICONDEROGA moved into the Philippine Sea for strikes in northwest Luzon. The New Year, 1945, found her operating off Formosa and in the Lingayen Gulf making strikes in the Formosa, Ryukus and Pescadores Island areas. On January 21, 1945, without warning, a Kamikaze dived out of the sun and crashed through TICON- DEROGA's flight deck abreast her number two five inch gun mount, the bomb that the Kamikaze carried exploded iust above the hangar deck, setting fire to many planes and killing or wounding over one hundred men. On the Bridge, Captain Kiefer immediately changed course to prevent the wind from aiding and spreading the fire. Throughout the fire the Captain held this course except when he altered it momentarily to permit rescue of men trapped in the gallery deck ready rooms. Below decks the Executive Officer supervised the flood- ing of compartments to give the burning carrier a ten degree list to port. As planned, the list to port carried the fire overboard, the flaming oil and gasoline, float- ing on the water that the crew was pouring onto the fire, found free exit on the port side of the Hangar Bay. Firefighters and plane handlers removed smouldering and burning planes and shoved them overboard. The fire was thus confined to the forward portion of the Hangar Deck. More Kamikaze attacks came in quick succession. Three were downed by TlCONDEROGA's gunners, but one, although hit many times, continued its downward course and struck the burning carrier on the starboard side near the Island Structure. The bomb exploded inboard of the Island almost instantly killing and wounding another one hundred men. Captain Kiefer was among the wounded. A message came over the radio: "Are you going to abandon ship ?" The Captain answered: "Hell, No!" The crew had all fires under control and extinguished 5 1 F1 ra pd K. 'Y' , a fy." I 1 .4 i ,nf ' 4 N, if .df HW' nf' ml'- af' all ,swf W Wu new Ml llll 6 gall! rmtil ml W lureiii llevln: plum eqwzc in little more than two hours after the first Kamikaze hit their Ship. Captain Dixie Kiefer remained on the Bridge and would not be evacuated to Sick Bay until nearly twelve hours after the attack. - A total of 143 men were killed, 202 men were injured. Tokyo Rose reported TICONDEROGA sunk, little did she know what stuff TICONDEROGA's men were made of! " Give up the ship?" "Hell, No!" Three days later TICONDEROGA was safely brought to Ulithi for emergency repairs. From Ulithi she traveled to Pearl Harbor and thence to the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard. More than 155, 000 man days were required to repair and renovate the battle-damaged TICONDEROGA. After being repaired TICONDEROGA moved out into the war zone again. She struck against the Japanese at Taroa in the Marshalls, she hit Okinawa and southern Kyushu in May, 1945. In July, TICONDEROGA moved into an attack position off the coast of Japan. She flew sorties against the mainland. On August 15 a raid which had left TICONDEROGA enroute Japan was recalled: Japan had surrendered! September 6, a proud, victorious TICONDEROGA entered Tokyo Bay. From October 1945 to January 1946 she transported 7421 veterans back to the United States as part of the great Operation Magic Carpet. On January 9, 1947, TICONDEROGA was de-commissioned and placed in the Bremerton Group, U. S. Pacific Reserve Fleet. TlCONDEROGA's rebirth came during another war, Korea. She left Bremerton January 31, 1952, enroute to New York and modernization. Her recommissioning took place September 11, 1954. The "new" TICONDEROGA experienced her first arrested landing Jaunary 20, 1955, made by LT J. N. Malnerich, USN, in an AD Skyraider. ., , V? :I y CDR J. E. Lacoutre, Commander, Air Group SIX, made the first steam assisted catapult takeoff in a F9Fe8 Cougar let. TICONDEROGA joined the Sixth Fleet in the Mediter- ranean in November 1955 and returned in August 1956 to enter the Norfolk Naval Shipyard for conversion that included the installation of an angled deck and enclosed hurricane bow. TICONDEROGA's first WestPac cruise was made from September 1957 to April 1958. Three similar cruises were made to the Far Eastern waters in support of Seventh Fleet operations: October 1958 to February 1959, March 1960 to October 1960, May 1961 to January 1962. On February 19, 1962, 1lCONDEROGA departed San Diego for six month overhaul in the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, Washington. D ,Q ..,. . .A 2. " -'- . ..1- .al wr, 4x ' m 'fmt ,f 1 , f- fr: WV 1:1 5 'T," WTP! ' ..,, V, "V, ai- 5 5 -'tw , u,,,,,, K , ' fx,,,, - rfyi' M?','?"'fS ,, 4.3.7 r' I, QQ 1 . .I , xx ,Q -a s ,. ,A 6 .4 -5- , 'A "x 'T' ' 4' 5f1fv:'m 'M '-, WA i ' N' f' , , n I -. ,A ,V,., U , N, ,2 , "-, w g," 1 N "Y-wg,-.,,A,,.g, sw ,K .Q ,Y nm., fr-4.z1 .-55:5 Au j 1 1 ',+g,L'., .s-,, "-4, SUN' ef-ef1.,1.,. . . . , 4. . Q- Q- . ,N - 1 " '1"?'-W ."'l't' ' 9. fs .- , -, M J-2' "f'5!'faPw-.- .'. , 4 WH"- '--, I 1' WK- '-fr.wag1f,., '. f S ,, 1 ,V f' -vig 1-Y,..3-' lj,-A ' . ' K' J fi., , M- ,R I I ,fp S - , 'gyewny ' if V ' 'W A -I 4t?3":', 51' ' QM ,vw ,my 'K . ,hj:,, ,' I, ' .3 ,K 4 1 , fha :gn-i K, f Q ht UV' ' ' if n f- - 1 ' if wav' - N Q ' 417.21 ,,,' f , ,ggi f ' f 1 A, A Y i " f-fy' M ',,f if f' 1 'ff ' 1, m ' "W-,:., ' - ry - . " " "'4? f,g,'," ,' I, ,ff ,, ,1 at I L V ,.,.LV,?2, ,,,, m VVV,A 43 zxfiff-Q if -. ' I , Y , wth . V 4 " 'ff 3,3-1. , ,VJ . "' f ' x ' ff'2'aza."'Y'W ...f . ., A ,I , ,el If .1 M NK fha' W . 4' ' 44 ' 'a- . I , , M Ribs, ' ,,, ,W ax ' .'-. ,,::s, "ff, , " , v ,, K 11' l' " "Q-fmima 3 na K A CAPTAIN JAMES G. DANIELS, III I Wg, ' , ffgfff' f ,M fr. 3 S Captain James G. DANIELS, Ill, son of the late Senator J. M. Daniels of New Mexico, began his naval career in May 7938 in Kansas City, Missouri. Ordered to Pensacola, Florida, as a Naval Aviation Cadet, he received his commission and "wings" in September 7939. His first f7eet duty was as a Hghter pilot attached to Fighting Squadron SIX aboard the USS ENTERPRISE. While in Honolulu, he met his wife-to-be, Helen Elizabeth Arnold, daughter of Colonel and Mrs. F. T. Arnold, U. S. Army. They were married August 7940. On December 7, 7947, he was in the air at Pearl Harbor. As one of the six ENTERPRISE fighter aircraft involved in the searching for the enemy in the late afternoon and evening and after having been ordered to proceed from the carrier to Pearl Harbor, they were mistakenly fired upon when landing at Ford Island. Captain DANIELS was the only fighter pilot to successfully land and one of the two pilots to survive the f7ight. During World War ll he served aboard the carrier ENTERPRISE in VF-6 and as Landing Signal Officer lLSOI for Carrier Air Group TEN g as Staff LSO for Commander, Fleet Air Wing West Coast, and later became Commanding Officer of Fighter Bomber Squadron TWO, aboard the USS SHANGRI-LA in 7945. From November 7957 until May 7953 Captain DANIELS served aboard the USS ESSEX, during her second Korean cruise, as Air Group Commander of Air Task Group TWO, and later as Executive Officer of ESSEX in 7956. His other past duties include Operations Officer of the Naval Air Facility, Honolulu, Hawaii, 7949f and Commanding Oificer of the fieet oiler USS NAVASOTA. Captain DANIELS assumed command of the USS TICONDEROGA July 7, 7962. He has received orders to report to Commander Carrier Division FIVE as Chief of Staff in August, 7963. Captain DANIELS' combat decorations include Legion of Merit with the Combat V, the Distinguished Flying Cross, Five Air Medals, Commendation Ribbon with Combat V, and various other theater and campaign medals. ,.. .. .-.-r Q' 7 -ve,-x2.:.,-.,.,1'w,-X X ' f' 'ff ,4 .ii l Upon arrival in San Diego no time was lost in commenc- ing a program of vigorous retraining. This giant task of training an unseasoned and inexperienced crew fell to both the Commanding Officer and his Executive Officer. The burden is shared. The Captain is charged with absolute responsibility for the safety, well-being, and efficiency of his ship. The Executive Officer functions as an aide to the Captain in implementing and carrying out the mission of TICONDEROGA. As such the Executive Officer is specifically concerned with the discipline, train- ing, work, and welfare of the crew. Thus, having returned from the Yard with a raw but enthusiastic crew, TICOND- EROGA embarked upon a schedule of thorough drill, exercise and practice, designed to draw the ship together into a well-coordinated team-a team that could perform, that would be able to carry out TlCONDEROGA's mission in her forthcoming deployment to the Seventh Fleet in Far Eastern waters. The retraining was purposeful. The ship and her crew had a mission to anticipate, to fulfill. TICONDEROGA, in the Seventh Fleet, was to be a "Ready Power For Peace", a potent instrument of national policy. TICON- DEROGA's mission was to foster public appreciation and understanding at home and abroad of the Seventh Fleet as an indispensable and powerful force: a deterrent to aggression against any free nation in the Far East. "TlCO's " motto: "Guardian of Freedom" accurately and succinctly states the mission. TICONDEROGA must be ready... poised . . . trained 5 to be a diplomatic force, a force in readiness, a force in being, a striking force if need be. We, the officers and men of TICONDEROGA, were to promote understanding between ourselves and the citizens of the Far East, to create respect and good will through people-to-people contacts . . .thereby " aid- ing in the ultimate achievement of a just and enduring peace." Time slipped by rapidly as we were kept busy working towards our imminent deployment. Late in December, after the holidays, and in the early days of January, TICONDEROGA loaded aboard her Air Group, Carrier Air Group Five. We departed San Diego on January third. After a busy stop in Hawaii for our Operational Readiness Inspec- tion we headed once more westward for the Far East and the Seventh Fleet. Our first gilmpse of the Western Pacific came as we passed through the San Bernadino Straits and the Siboyani Sea, south of Luzon, Philippines. We were about to enter our first WestPac port, Subic Bay. Another WestPac deployment had begun. TICONDEROGA was now part and parcel of the might United States Seventh Fleet: the First Team. ln the ensuing pages of picture and print something of what we did during an average at sea day, and what we sawhand did-while in port, on liberty, has been recorded. COMMANDER CLIFFORD N. SEAVER Commander Clifford N. Seaver was commissioned and designated as a Naval Aviator on 75 December 7942. His first assignment as a fighter pilot was with Fighter Squadron 6. He served with VF-6 for the duration of the war and then became a flight instructor at the Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Fla. From April 7948 to August 7950, he was an all-weather fighter pilot, first with VCN-7 and then with VC-3. For the next two years, the Commander was a project pilot for electronics testing at the Patuxent River lMd.l Naval Air Station. He was. Assistant Air Operations Officer aboard the USS Hornet from late 7953 until early 7955. His next duties were with Fighter Squadron 52, first as executive officer and then as commanding officer. At the Jet Transitional Unit, Olathe, Kan., he was officer-in-charge from October 7958 to October 7959. Prior to report- ing to TICONDEROGA as Operations Officer, he was the skipper of VT-27, NAAS Kingsville, Texas. Commander Seaver, who was Executive Officer from June 7962 until February 7963, hails from Westmont, N. J. and is married to the former Rose La Conte of Newark, N. J. COMMANDER GORDON M. HART After winning his wings in December 7942, Commander Gordon M. Hart became an instructoi at Pensacola, Fla. Following this he reported to Jacksonville, Fla., for fighter training, and then to Vero Beach, Fla., for night training in the F6F-5N. ln 7945 he ioined Night Fighter Squadron 55, aboard the USS Enterprise Next he was with Night Fighter Squadron 90, in Key West, Fla. From 7946 to 7949, CDR Hart was project pilot with Anti-Submarine Squadron 7 doing research work in electronics, radar and night anti-submarine warfare. During 7949-7950 CDR Hart attended General Line School, Newport, Rhode Island. Following this he became an ordanance test pilot at Naval Ordnance Test Station, lnyokern, Calif., where he flew early development of the FFAR Packets. 7952 found CDR Hart in Farnbrough, England, as a student in the Empire Test Pilot's School. In January 7953, he ioined Fighter Squadron 24, the first deployed Cougar squadron. After the West Pacific cruise with the squadron embarked aboard the USS Yorktown, CDR Hart returned to Alameda, Calif., as the air group training officer for Commander Fleet Air Alameda. ln Washington, D.C., from 7955 to 7958, he was head of Navy Air Traffic Control in the office of the Chief of Naval Operations. Following this, he served as the operations and administrative officer of Carrier Air Group 77, where he flew the E77F and made a West Pacific cruise aboard the USS Shangri-La. Next he became commanding officer of Attack Squadron 94. He assumed command, at sea aboard the USS Ranger, of Carrier Air Group 9 in December 7967 and was relieved of CVG-9 in March 7962 to report to TICONDEROGA. ln May 7962, he became Operations Officer and, in February 7963, he became Executive Officer. He is a native of Cambridge, Mass., and attended Northeastern University. He is married to the former Emily Swearingen of Pine Hill, Ala COMMANDER THOMAS N. MEADOWS Commander Thomas N. Meadows was commissioned a Naval Aviator at Pensacola, Fla., in June 7943. He flew F4U " Corsairs" with Fighter-Bomber Squadron 94 on the USS Lexington and covered the initial landings of U. S. Marines in Japan at the end of World War ll. In 7946 CDR Meado-ws was discharged from the Naval Reserve and accepted a commission in the United States Navy. Then followed short tours as Flight Instructor at NAAS Rodd Field, Corpus Christi, Tex., and student at Northwestern University. From May 7948 to May 7950, CDR Meadows flew the AD " Skyraiders" of Attack Squadron 44 on the USS Roosevelt and USS Midway. He then returned to the Training Command for another tour as Flight Instructor, this time at NAAS Saufley Field, Pensacola, Fla. In August 7952, he became Flight Deck Officer aboard USS Midway. After completing General Line School at Monterey, Calif., in September 7954, he was ordered to NAS Key West, Fla., where he served as Flight and Assistant Operations Officer for 33 months. 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Iv49fo.4 SAFETY COLOR-JYELLOW o628!O.4' CCONTAINS BOTH OFFICIAL AND UNOFFICIAL ITEMS-ALL PERSONNEL WARE REQUIRED 'TO BE FAMILIAR WITH ITS CONTENTSD ' DUTY OFFICERS CDO: CDR CHANDLER T090 1 LCDR JOHNSON AIR: LT MARSHA MAA: HAWHINS, RMI EXSTF 1 ENS LINDQUIST CCM: LTJC RLARER SUR: LTJC PRATT SGTCD 2 HILL, CRL ENC: LTJG RARTLETT CRS: LTJC SMITH DENTXMED: MICHLER, HMl NAV: CoLSoN, QM5 CAC: LCDR MCLAUGHLIN RMCW : SRIYEY, RMI GUNg LTJG NESTER GMOW : STEVENSON, GM2 F IN-RCRT WATCH BILL I OOD JooD CRC AFT RRCW O8-l2 LTJG SMITH ENS HAYES DUDLEY, AMC F l2-l6 LTJC NESTER ENS CRERMEYER CERMANI, ETC l6-l8 ENS SCHMIDT ENS RJCRGE MANLEY, GMC A l8-2O ENS SCHMIDT LT HCDCE MANLEY, GMC zo-24 ENS DURAN ENS DENNIS SYLYESTRE, ACC , oo-CA ENS LINDQUIST LT WALSH BRANCH, ABC , C4-os ENS MIILS ENS RNCSTMAN SMITH, RHC T EMERGENCY UNDERWAY 0031 LTJG NESTER JooD: ENS LTNDQUIST BOAT OFFICER LT MATTHEWS SHIP'S ROUTINE T Caffy out the nofmal in-POTt, daily routine as modified below: 0600-4Reveille 0750-All divisions muster on Stations ll2O-Catholic Mass Celebrated in the l 8a E Study Room Protestant Bible Study in the CreW's Lounge l200-Liberty Commenoes to expire on board at 2400 l900-Movie in Hanger Bay Q1 ff f f ff X ,f 1 f f f V , X g 1 ff fl? i? 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H ,, Thefunction of the 'Steffi is fo'AsupefVi55 .Gnd coordinate the trainina and operations review ' ' s A , 1 and combat ffreodiness' imd odminisirarnon of qssigned Squvdfbnsfuna detochments The Staff maintains direct f,various ship's departments 'and divisions inuordefjto Zac A Q I' h A r . . I - I. i , comP'5 ihe ,0SSigned mission. 1 N Q ' ,N,,J' - , '+j,:.Q-,Q. 11 N.-, ' xi'iS::1 1: - L13-1375 241223: 7g.,:qf: -E'2f.1ff- .31 ga. A 11371: -1'Ii2ffP:.,11p- ,ty-gf if ,:-,-age,-W:1151?-,-.,....,.Y..,. ..::.A5.f:',.,-:ff1.-ff-fy, 35.215 :-'gr-.f,f--Yfzf ,-. , :.':,.--'X-1 zz, vgf:.5-f:--- '- 'auf f. -11' :A ' -WL, : . -e 1-..p,1 :, ,f:'.af3'-:Tv-vs- ,..,....-.,-,. - W with the W .Q CDR W. W. Alldredge Commander Carrier Air Group FIVE CDR W. W. Alldredge, Commander Carrier Air Group FIVE, entered the Navy in July l942 from his home in Long Beach, California. He graduated from flight train- ing at Corpus Christi, Texas, and was commissioned an ensign in Sept. l943. During World War II, he served in Dive Bomber Squadron Two aboard the USS Hornet and Fighter Bomber Squadron Ninety Five aboard the USS Bunkerhill. He was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross and five air medals for inflicting damage to shipping and shore installations. Additional squadron assignments include Fighter Squadron Ninety Four a- board the USS Yorktown and USS Hornet and Command- ing Officer of Attack Squadron I46 aboard the USS Ranger. He is married to the former Melba Spitzbart of Montebello, Califronia. CDR Alldredge is the father of two sons and a daughter. CDR Alldredge reported from the Office, Chief of Naval Operations, and relieved CDR D. C. Davis as Commander Carrier Air Group FIVE in January I963. I LCDR F. M. Mhon Maintenance,lMaterial LCDR T.R. Randall I F, ' I V H Special Weaponsf Asst Admin LT E. O.S. Stevenson 7 Flight Surgeon LCDR R. G. Belk LT W.J. Nollan 5 LT G. B. Shupe Avionics LTJG R. H. Phillips Air Intelligence WV? M 5: Z LT D L Albritton Operations,lAdministration Avionics I-Ondlng Signal Omcer lDetached 7 April l963l lDetached 25 March l963l IDetached 25 March l963l LT J. L. Finley Landing Signal Officer LTJG D. P. Garvey OrdnancefCommunications Wm 1' A , . l' I - ..... - -. FIGHTER SQUADRCN FIFTY 0NE I 1 I T I I 5 3 4 1 3 i i 2 ESQ! LCDR J.J. Chambers LCDR E. A. Corbett LCDR B-C- Kelley LCDR J.T. Ambercrombie THE SCREAMING EAGLES LT .l.L. Finley LT R. P. Karr LT T. G. Stumfoll LTJG B.J. Oisfcd LT P. E. Ericksen - LTJG EG- Hun' LTJG S.F. lsoocs 'LI LT T. Smothermcn IDC LTJG H. R. Baker J. W. Roberts Chance Vcught Representifive LUG C. Collicon -w,.,,. it f W: 4, ,,,, Q l'3 1 SQ X Z A Q fi 5l J! wg, + 1 I E Y 1 4 H 1 Q , 1 Y i Q X 1 Q l 1 4 5 ' 5 i E ' s '?. U Q V +5 I ' , 4, HM iw . Wiz ! Z V1 2 3 W gf Q ' ,Q 'V Wi! Lkk V . , , 1 . l s . , WL, 82 I' v, ' f R. C. Kiersfed L. L. Cele J, F Y . Peel B. J. Mc Carley C. L. Rhodes I . 1 E. R. Suart rg E. I. Hatch H. O. Awbrey H. F. Nolan R. N. Niswander -3.1 m I P I 1 . , , ' W Ai Qi! .J R.A. Howe D. L. Hoth D. R. Gillum I 15 .11 M f J J N. A. Mc Kinley C. W. Denny T. W. Howe M. A. Harwell W. J. Harvey J. H. Ressler T. L. Mullins l ' f J. E. Tilton W , if 1 f if if .J f ' -f if 9- 1.-.1-. 2 5. P. E. Plummer L. P. Craig B.R. Hawkins P. Perkins xx .gel ' s R. K. Combs J. R. Ball l J i i . A K Nm Nh -Ii 1,4 J- W. Conney, Jr. S. R. Davis H. H. Miller G. A. Bingman R. W.' Roberts R. C. Stevenson ffr i-'.,,,.. , 4 ,, -.--g.-.. . ' 1.-.-.-1L 7,7 ' ! ' H . ,Vg , M s-A ' . ,a ,. i Nizf :Q T. J. Morrison . m 1... , K J lii f as X AZ I Y . Q W4 f X We E. Duran ' gi-:Q f . s-, M x- N. ., ,.W:3 , . A., . W ,Aft fr , .1,. 'WX wr'-...W L. M. Rogers G. P. Verdin C. S. Robertson T R A M. Sindle S. A. Olson J. K. Windsor K. W. Pettigrew J. R. Pratt W. E. Parks L. C. Bourbonnais ,., 'ff -a.. f .3 . . , sc Y to ' ' I N. -Q 'f kg Al- 4,53 . . K I fl L i E. N. Wasson L. C. Plaisted J. R. Matthews , ,if h..:.f'Z5, X R. A. Smith R. R. Daniels 9 F E Q. 3 Q :x ' 31- dw V l t Auf' R. A. Pierson A. L. Parker D. W. Horton S-K . 4, A. .. L. L. Nelson Z. E. Galloway R. D. Abrams J- E. Collins A. F. Purma rm... ., ,, , .. . qw QA fy, J- D- Lcckev M. J. Adkins ,' 1- A 1 ,.,.,,'.tg- ,,, x My A.. ' ,. ,, 9 , C. L. Mc Long E. N. Summers 2. . . f.... . - 5 l S G. P. Rhodes sw ' JB X O .X XX .QQ L M . 'SF-:Wife . ' t t l Qf?5Sl1lf4i 1 1 5 '-,jf.P.5.g1-if . P sig RRR., 1 X fi .....,... . . XXX X H. H. Emme Q' ,F .Qs 'Sf x v- c 7 'M D. F. Lipscomb C. F. Ryker L. O. Powell , DW " 44,6 57,1 2 i f, R. D. Sexton M. J. Carmichael J. L. Andrews 9 K 'UZ' 7 I!- I I 1 P, 9 f .4 5 W , f.,- - I W. E. Hawkins T. D. Anderson -Q. . 1. R. F. Kain C. W. Dempsey A. Lawless B.A. Hood Zi K 1 X F I' ,f,, 6 fm if 11412 ' 1 P' J. E. Machado G. P. Frisch E. L. Cooper ff J. D. Marshall E. K. Kealm R- W- PefSCh0nek C. F. Bussey f 1 A R. L. Prince f' , 1. , . 2 3 ,f .,, ,--1 ' 5 an ,,,. x 44 , , R. L. Armer 1 ik . .Ll i f.1Qf."?"""1 J. R. Jackson . ..--f 5, .1 , lj Q gy V, F 'i" , K 'J X I , fill ' 'Q ff' V' , Z .J ...... f R. D. Turri F. M. Guidry J. O. Bell K. W. Swartz G. Snyder 3' . J f f 51. ' F 5' S 71 719250 ff , , , - V A .5 D. C. Havens M. E. Young , f, ,544 -4. .M-4 f' fwfr 4, W .K V1 :xv . 4 I ,oe Ka. I I H X ig I , f X075 f J 4? ,. .My-. I , , , if L l L C 2 ,Q f , , , H :jf-wf ft--f - of K ppl., W 4 X e W vm , ?"' 4 , Q Ap W. P. Choffin N. Terzich H. L. Hess Ay' Q. f vw, , I 2 I . X T. Givens K. L. Rohlflng NIC. Low ,, . .,. , M 44- X lr l . W . 112 r. , X . ' 4 f 4: fm . R. F. Nober D. J. Lasker D. C. Kumonski L. M. Cassle S. M. Roche D.J. Carrick R. H. Mc Lean I - -Q, '..,-f. v 1 ,... . A f.... C C , r ff if ' ,", i g,4.j5.if l ,.. L .L.. K L L L L... , f W gm R. F. Goefe T. W. Dillon V. E. Glover D. L. Frederick l. K. Swoney C. H. Sklare E. J. Fcchin M Lreorr ., X l 2 5 o sf-4 ' I , ..- W. H. Boyer P. lsofldes L. Allenbough C. K. Pybos M. L. Dompog R. O. Bell R Epps T.T. Cuevas E. Wolker W.L. Roberts ' - KX.-5 4' F-:X , ,ff w.B. Pefhfel A.F. Connelly H- N- G"C"5'e"' R T Heine Bowers P L. Lee 'Q 2 1 of ' , "5 .,.. I 1, - f1+Mf, "-WW? Goodman 1 7 ff? Q2 ,Jr 'fwxf'4ii. , D R D Bonney T A Mishefske W F. Davis P. A. Magel J W Woolverton L L Strohm S H Von Fuchs T H Jacoby T. A. Schrock E. D. Burke f We M 2' if-4 5 ' 1 We Q H. D. Pennington i T. M. Rutherford R. R. Garrison ATTACK SQUADRON JTC, Al,-NA -X .. 4, 1 EJ gFlFTY TWO y I :nb LV A' Q. . D' i""'T"i'i-"--e " . V. " ' N -- " , l '44 L.X .Fl-. ,i Age-4' The primary mission of Attack Squadron FIFTY TWO is versatility. With the Douglas " SKYRAIDERS " the "KNIGHT RIDERS" of VA-52 Comnfanded by CDR R. W. WEST, USN, are ready to go, night or day, in any weather, a very powerful corrponent of America's front line of defense against aggression in Asia. Able to lift tremendous loads and carry them for great distances, the AD or AVI H, if you will, is recognized as one of the most valuable aircraft ever designed for carrier aviation. Not only did the " Able Dog" prove to be the best plane for close air support in Korea, but it became the aircraft for interdiction, disruption of enemy supply lines, tactical target destruction, even the torpedoing of dams. Almost any desired conventional attack may be made, dive bombing, rockets, strafing, or napalm. Unlike their faster counter parts, the AD can operate efficiently at low altitude, and at extremely long ranges-consequently, any long range low level mission is the squadron's assignment. Many eulogies and farewells have been written about the old "ABLE DOG" but today, eighteen years after the old bird's first flight, each attack carrier air group in the United States Navy has a squadron flying this the most versatile and powerful single engine aircraft ever designed. " THE KNIGHT RIDERS " CDR G. H. Edmondson Executive Officer CDR G. H. Edmondson LT J. A. Kenney I LUG E,D, Taylor LTJG J. A. Barton in-T Il was Y LCDR C. G. Harnden LTJG P- A- Caffe' W 51 5'-Izzy yi I 1 LTJG R. V. Mangels LTJG R. E. Mayer r r I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I . I TTT ilu ' fr-'f V " :gg 1 21,5 N HPI 1 . '1 I of 1 Q 1 1 1 f4,' I I ' LT W.W. Spear, Jr. LTJG F. L. Ahern :iz ,1 31 3 . ' 11 F1 . 1. fig gan ' 1 X1 ' , . I' 11 i. if 1 1 In 3 14 33 11 i Y I! 11. 'I I ii I I 1 1 1 I li 1 11 I 1 I 1 I Y I 5, 1 I II' , 111 1 1 x1 7' I I 1 1 LTJG R E Moore LTJG J W Teerhng LTJG M W Wmmgcr ENS I II' I , 1 I LT D. W. Timberlake - 9 ,QI 1 LT D. G. Giddens LTJG P.D. Browne I H L Mc Queeney, Jr CWO2 E A Stun, eY x L Hs 1 , sf 1 I I xg f Q L 1 If 1, x w Q ' 1 1 1 I ' I ' I I . 1 111 IP ' 1 I I l ' . ",, 2 1 Q 1 I 1 or I I I I I I1 I ' ' 1 4 -' 1 I f N 1 I - 1 ii ' , . . . . Q I ' ' - I J. A. Hudson H. E. Goin SUSE Q . F. R. Parker R. Sarno D. E. Reehl H. E. Wiseman D. E. Barber J. C. Barrett J. K. Barton D. D. Burton C. W. Best R. L. Blumberg G. E. Bricker B. L. Brodwcter R. E. Buswell C. V. Butler ii T. M. Coeton J. E. Cambria l f- r D. D. Campbell W. L. Carns O. E. ChoPmUn L. P. Corra K. A. Dame L. .l. D'Arrigo R. F. Davey T. A. Coil S. A. Coffin R. E. Colaw ,,.. .,,. l A H ' A., .. ,xy ' M. L. Dillard D. E. Dryer M. A. Dufka F. R. Edison J. W. Edwards W. F. Edwa y ev Q i,. , J 1 1 K A . 1-1:5 lli'... 2 .ili f l C. Emily J.E. Glaser J,J, Hqmilf :W 2 Q-in 0' . 40m rds E. E. Ehlers . l on H. D. Hanson l J' HUVPCF H. B. Hari' C.R. HayeS .an fy D- W. Hedlund P. T. Herron D. R. High B. J. Hildreth .L 1 , , A rt -as 'nw ,r.. I ' K V. k. K . - , .K W., 12 A. M. Holguin A. W. Jack 1- 1 T9 ,gf X f, f f cz J . , ri .. N ,2 I K J 46? 4 . . f f .. 6, W, f 13 15 . vi ' ' 31 . A T. J. Hull W. , ,, , ,.V,,V, .,., .52 B. J. Jackson W. L. Jamison .X S2 D. S. Jobson R. D. Johnson A. W. Jones C. D. King 41, ,,. L 52" 4 'f', X' fy , 515 .IC fwfik 5,47 f ' V. -'52 y . V 6:15 f, f ' .I , A My ,ff A 'Q fa! M ' ff .,.-fi.-. vm, MU, , i -' f S A f , Q I ,, f A--L ...-L f jr? K f ' ? 77? 5' if i ,X Q I, , J. J. W. Kuhlman M. V. Labrador R. E. Ledger zf'f,wZa4 f 44 Q Z , Wx fc Y, f , ' lf my f. ff? '65 1944, M ff " . fri! Zfff Y f A . k X ' ', X MZ ,fy f 1 Z2 iz gf ' 45151 X , X- f X i ' . Z , , - .. xv Q. S. QQ? xii. Q -if K. L. Lewis 'f yfyi, ff f .H Q- Q f f ZQW , ,f f, 4 J lg f f 7 ,, , jf c V WWW fy 1 36 4M f f ff f .7 f . X , J. D. Knight P. G. Lowe J. A. Lyda A. F. Macias N. W. May B. G. Maynard i ,-iii.. D. M. Mc Daniel ' f. ,. , W 1 af rdf fn", fl' 1 A. Misikin E.J. Morin B. C. Newbern B. C. Norman R. C. Overcash C.R. Pack D. D. Quinn 'eff 1-5. x ,. ,,,, 5 . iili is f - r J. R. Radakovifz G. E. Reinhardt J. N. Riley R. R. Royeu T. L. Rolls W. R. Russell 'fyw ff' yfff w' KXYWZUQ ' 'N f as Z' 2 f X " Q' ' ' f , lv . .W , 9, . . z Qf v 3 5 . . ,QQ 'R N, .zz ' ll ' 2' I 'il f. ' " '-fi bf" 214:-.-. .11-. . ,, M ,, 1 . . i 'S 5 3 3 4' N, ,y .K A N . 'N f f I . XX E. C. Rice R. E. Russell 1 . . .,v 'Ei ...gr .. , if Q , 9 1-21. 2, Q'-4' K' . f . . 1A ,A X P. T.iSeHle G. L.Shelton S. D. Shires ' . ' Y' l'll ' ,. ,.-v.. R V A ll R. D. Sloan A. E. Sloop D. R. Smith '-"'R622 I ,,.,- J. H. Smith D. R. Spann L. M. Spinney V ,:'r,.,- .. ,f 4 J I ' fl A f, I W ff . ' n E- L- SPUVQSOD G- N- Squires C. S. Stanford O. Stomper C. M. Stevens J. W. Tomlinson G. L. Toombs J. G. Wanker D. J. Terschluse W. D. Watson D. W. Wlffen G. E. Williamson 95 l FIGHTER SQUADRON EIFTYTFOUR e FH DW'- X s A SNHOGII Z'3 :GY 25 :V- "d desfwy i' 's 'o TICOIIBI -' 'lveirpfdu I-.SS'7lEC'I1i ,- W S ,. . :.... gngrn Us I LCDR R. F. Mc Laughlin " THE SILVER KINGS I I I ' I I I I LT V.O. Dunbar 5 I 1 A . LT D. G. Beatty LT W.T. Marr LT C. M. Sledge LT C. R. Mc Grail, Jr. 3 I I I I I I LT J. D. Bishop I II I I I H I Ia Z LTJG M' K, Wallace LT F.W. Petrcccoro LTJG K. E. May LTJG A. J. Lorang I ' I 4 I I I I I 93. N E. G. Hinman D. F. Leigh H. J. Keener Fei . 5 ff-l' fm S. P. Aarsvold O. l. Adams ne - ' W' ' J. C. Alspaugh J. E. Askew v J. A. Barnier J. R., Bauman, III E. "O" Lockers M. W. Reneau P. L. Adkins W. R. Atkinson R. L. Beam J.F. Kedrowski B. F. Mullikin, Jr. E. K. Grant xo! ' v , LALA ll -11. D. L. Allen J. A. Ballard J. L. Pilchak 1 " K . ff f .f.' . E.L. Amos, Jr. E. L. Baltz T. C. Brenner 1 J? -A J. Lopes M. S. Vaughn E. R. Arnold V. P. Barnes R. E. Buckley A A E. G. Bullock, Jr. W. N. Burrus R.C. Boniella lf f"'1' ' 57" 'Ph ...I R 2 Ah J. L. Bynum D. P. Cain R. C. Cannon, J .gh We N s,-5 X .X Q . Si ,,k, 2 i nv M' P. E. Burroughs X 5 5. , ..., Els .Q fr , - -Q H. w. Ch0"eY 1. l.,..1"'-'X ma.. . ,fm ! cam. D. M. Church L. W. Clodfelder B. R. Cobilla, Jr. D. P. Colunga H .W. Copening F. G. Cox J. R. Cox J. W. Crosby E ? 1. 426 , if, Q . J. l. Cruz .7 y L., 'f ,, ' f f' . J I if if Q f 41' . 4: . i . fy' Z ff. f .Z f' , X f . . . + g ..,,....,.,f' L. B. Duncan R. R. Flores r '7l3B'ii. GI B. V. Gillis R. L. Grant R.J. Gross M. W. George E. Gibson AJ- ils X Q 4' 2' , aj 1 . . 4 ' J f ' 3 f 4 S K A G. K. Dickson W.R. Doering F. Donofero J. P. Doring J.V. Drude i I J. P. Duffon R. F. Ezell J.A. Fichter F. Flores, Jr. W. H. Fluharty O. Fowler, Jr. W.M. Gallagher C. B. Garvin H.J. Gaus F. L. Greenland B. D. Greer C.L Grubb M H Gulleft W F Hailey C.P. Hall W.L. Hall R.W. Hamillon R.J. Handy D.D. Harris -..J in l l l ef N , I X , X . , I R, A, Hqrris W. J. Hartley R. W. Harwood C. S. Hausfveit 3 . , , f 441 ' u-- AQ f Q? . at 7 V.. .yfgy . N T. E. Hendry E. Hennenhoefer R. J. Higgins R. J. Hill MW... . f . . ' Cy . l ' F. D. Hefner J. E. Horne H. W. Howard K. G. Howift B. L. Hubbard J. M. Hughes , f..!?, ., , . . A VNLL'-is-f m.. I Q H ff" ff f ,i J - rrlr 5.1 . K K W 1 g J A V.J. Humberf J.T. Hustad D. G. Jackson E. W. Jackson P. E. Jacobs D. H. Johnson M. L. Johnson, Jr l l fl Jawa E . ., 1:9 -ff . S. C. Johnson M. S. Jose L. T. Karoly J. K. Kauai W. C. Keel H, N, Keith 1 .l. W. Kelley R. R. Kennedy is 'ms lf RJ' Kieffer W- E' Knlghf B. A. Kocher R. A. Kovacs l krvii 'e",'. I L if - . '.f. 121 ,-,' 23.22.-ff i . lxigg ess 'r,' f X .l.. L X11 X ' iifg- - ' F511 ' '.,. . - . g v ffyisx XXX-we GS' K"'9 W- R- Kwmm L. B. Lamb A. E. LQ Morre N. L. Laskowtiz R. N. Lawrence L. G. Lent E, , 0 .,,...s ig i X -:.s A V r x. , QW .' , . . . sw E. Lentz 'lfzw-.'1 '2 :- J. G. Letke R. B. Levrault D. L. Lewis J. B. Lienhard, Jr. Aim 2. 1 'gil is -1 F, . wana- V XA 8:1 H C. R. Marinacci J. A. Linn R. W. Lober H. A. Magness J fb' X ,-wav .G. Magpayo, Jr. R.E. Magstadt J.J. Naylon M. J. Maioli J. W. Mann R. A. Maresco L. P. Marquis A. L. Martin J. D. Mason 'f5""4l?'53"1 '4 112 591' new 'Q AZ P. D. Mason E. Mathias M. H. Mc Cusker R. E. Mc Grit? F. H. Mc Laughlin W. F. Mc Quatters C. M. Meadows R. A. Meyer J. C Michels R. W. Morton D. P. Moyer . ..n.,,, A. '- A ,. Mx, Ur. a ta, i . X., My 37 .4-.M f nw ,lim 631 tii AW J. N. O'Connor R. J. Odum W. O. Olive K. M- Olson R. S. Pankratz H. E. fl, f Peterson R. C. Pleffer f, . 4. .1 z., -is . , 3 ara K -V:-1.4 1: 1 ., 2 'H S' 54' X WZ? f 9 x T. F. Pistole R. W. Pratt C. J. Quast C. P. Raaum J. R. Randels J.J. Randolph W. H. Randolph R. D. Raymond R. M. Redmondh E.J. O'Reilly J. W. Robertson L. N. Rogers J. N. Rollins l , t'll,, 53 l R. F. Rudolph .W -.qw ,.,V. , ,,..,..,, S. F. Schmidt J. C. Schoenhardt -1 .ni-fi'-'41, I f I I X f 5 , 12a ,.-., 4. , L E V, V,V7 , I , F trrt F F W. A. Sizemore P. E. Siodin C. P. Pilgrim J. W. Richardson l F 5 ii fw JL L. W. Rozier l. A. Rubinstein L A Winsdor if -.5-4 1 X . ' I 5 C. W. Tilton D. B. Weinberg R R F Naldi 1 W LL', ig I v a . H. A. Smith L. R. Trciono R. L. Walters J. L. Welte A. C. Wlflge Y , VXX 'W .1-5 ? it X Q . ff. N X .1 f H. T. Snuv T. M. Traphcigcn C. E. Volen J. H. Walton G. T. 45231 HW! ff J. L. Spitler tine D. J. Vcrgo J. Veccioli Wurnick D. S. Warren J. R. Waterbury D. S. West B. E. White C. R. Wilks, Jr. E. L. Williams D. L. wohlgemufh Ng 6 f 1 . .... .11 J if , .04 ,. f , I 'Z AA f , Z ATTACK sQuADRoN FIFTY FIVE During WWII, VA455 saw exTensive combaT service in The Pacific area. Originally commissioned as VB-4, in laTe 1948, The squadron Traded Their TBM's Tor AD-1 Skyraiders, and by changing Their degignafor To VA-55 embarked upon a more extensive reorgan- ization Trom a Torpedo aTTack To a general inTerdicTion mission. On April 27, 1950, The squadron embarked aboard The USS Valley Forge for a six monTh cruise To Hawaii, Guam, The Philippines and Hong Kong. On 27 June 1950, while aT anchor in Hong Kong, The ship received orders To depart immediaTely for operaTions in The Korean area. In February 1958 The squadron exchanged Their ADS Tor ieTs. LCDR W. G. Sizemore LCDR D.L. Mc Connell LT R. N. Livingston I LT J- B- O'TooIe. III, MC LT H. K. cook LT A. c. Schmid: VA-55 has more sTriking power, versaTiliTy, range, and speed Than several WWII squadrons. In July 1962, VA-55 embarked aboard The USS ConsTelIaTion aT Norfolk, Virginia for an " Around The Horn " cruise. The cruise was compleTed on 17 SepTember 1962 aT San Diego, California. The squadron is presenTly on Their ThirTeenTh cruise To WesTPac since 1947. i f LT R. W. Callahan LT L. B. Barnum LTJG T. H. Mc Clurg, Jr. LTJG J.E. Ramsey LT R. S. Thomas LT B. G. GunTer LTJG D. M. Boaz me LE. Heard me i..o. cox mo R. M. Krall THE WARHGRSES me ' me J.E. Rosenthal ENS R-W- Bafbef F- W. Hamilton LTJG P. B. Carr ...gg L-. . JR". ., 4 aE.p.,As. 5 2 4 1 l 1 . 4 - 4 A A ' A l, fn -L33-we -HMM.--.- -A - -- -- .. ...L , , 4 L 4 4- -f --'vunihr 40' - ' N' - ' M l ff j-ff, g , ' W., , . k,Vrr , L -s. 6 M f"- fm.. 04 nv f? f ff , , . X f x 'ss f f D. C. Manderscheid R. E. Jackson G. C. Mc Donald G. Volta L. Mc Gill AIRFRAMES R. H. Blatt 5, W , E' 1 f 4 4 ,W 1 . Vw ff ff 1 gr wwf . W 2 , , fffiffirifs we 4, 'f f 4 4' , V .K ,.,. I x I if "5 :f .517 53-if -L . " R. L. Crawford, Jr. - K. H. Brown A D Nye C W Whitesel LCPO MCPO IILH ll D" Gaston L. K. Komendant A.A. Bergeron MAINTENANCE OFFICE . S , ., , K1 M.L. Hoing W.A. Chestnut D. L. Shaulis N. E. Smith F. W. Ritchie S G Putocku N VI : k i .A V V y I A , i,,.,,f,QfX2 , ,, , .. S , ,, ff. 55121 tinrs gg. ee- Qjjpi 1 4311 . R. E. Schupp, Jr. D.O. Aston H. D. Higday POWER PLANTS R. K. Seeley 1 ,,., W, it it.,. ' T Y ff T. H. Devine L. L. Talley A. L. Meyer T ttei ff 5 ' T 5 fi' '7 , f f 1 . M. E. Ostermann G. F. Taylor, Jr. D. E. Powell P. T. Bryant K. K. Sumioka ILL 1 I XJ -- . A 1, "Z .gkk Us' . I ' J.V. Lewis E W Shook x AVIATION TECHNICIANS T, L, Cooney W. L. Davis R. R. Holmes X fi 'M .-ff fl, W, L. K. Kerr B. D. Webb R. .L Lacy M- R- Wlf1bl00d I G. D. Wilcox AVIATION ELECTRICIANS . 5 ORDER F. H. Trussell J. D. Welch H. L. Mitchell F. A. Polelewskl D. B. Banker? M, N, Allen D,J Steenlwgen N. R. Hoover H. W. Klingensmifh W. R. Linn LINE D. M. Eggon J. G. Slater W. R. Johansen G. J. Hesse J. W. Adams J. A. Langley , , ...ff .M f .X , - . Af . ' riff . - 5, , , 2 ,V V21-, ' -fl. , f fi 4 7? 'Av , " X "1 .Af ",. Q. Off 7 C. E. Koester D. M. Mc Kay J. F. Robertson C. L. Greenwood A. J. Cayler J. A. Wood R D Belcher FIRST f f df ff? fjf T. M. Meurling V. Garner P. L. Hurley J. O. Bosserman F. D. Starkey D. G. Brown S I 1 E.C. Crosby R.E. Curless J. W. Caskill W.T. Hutchinson D. E. Knowles OPERATIONS f .' ' f 2412.5 ,225 ff. 'f N X H ADMINISTRATION X PERSONNEL T. C. whitney M. K. Cobb il E -.qu I fwfg- mf it-1 -,,s P. Vistro D. K. Barito V. D. Oostendorp 'iii M I ,'., ' A . - tl if y ,. XS f .V ,Ak .wwfyg J. H. Allison D. W. Cooke C- E- Greene ,4Qa..-.V - ff f f 1 ww? in if R. W. Chapman 4 J. A. Roach 1-px. ifl' D. Tom s 3 L . I wg, .,,. ff, ix v 1,0 I' X f F. J. Sugden R F Samplawskl R R Muller S L E Ayers -,ff Y f 1 . , . ' !2lJll.11'.,L.HUDONALD Commanding Officer ' 1 - C P 17 March Commanding 31 January 1962 -17 March 1963 "THE CHAMPIONS ' L 1 1 A V , I . ' ffg, . 1 Q f U. ' ' 1 :56. ' - 50' , , - vc xx '4 k , W i. ii- 1. ,MUS V, . ips, I -Lf' . M7 , ., 1' 'sl ' 5 Y , ggi. .v f K ' jjmnz -5 A --,N J: f , A ' "--- 1 1 ....,, :Q.". ,V LW .1 f ta, 1 Lr:lm.tiELMonnE Operations Administration sg 1"1 1 A . ' ' v ,.-f rg .. ,,4. 21, 7 T 4" " 1 ii - E'-V .ggi f W WJ ? Ll. N. 4 1. 5.4 1 4 M c. f M x ' C it r:.n.nowLmn. Safety Landing Signal officer YN , .fi 1 1 ' I .-- ' 2 1 1 4 1- fm ' 1 fa: it , 4 C 1127 e is f - " ,ff XM .,ii , 1 11T112.114GE1lRGEi T' 1 i,liT-.I1fY!HESS1Elti Weapons Training Flight if iW'fX::z4 f , , , ,UV , I Executive Officer CDR J. A. Homyak 77 X LT 11.1111112118 , Maintenance . V, .hx ' esfx ' X T X f X X 4 Ml'-1 xx 1 5 ' 5' 1 ' , sn " 2 sf? 5 X. 2 5 if V, f isis: - yi X 355.1435-A i AW Y uf 'xx 'V ' vi? ggi ' ,' , Q lf 9 ,Q 5+ ,slxx 1 Sv, ' X s. X ti, ' 1 ' LT I'.11.11ENZ Assistant Operations me A.u.aEcnt1Ninutn Line x si 5 n I " Ffa, I A i A 5 2 I jx . 4 .il X . , ,-., 5 X Y x wif- in ' A.. u NX ,gf B . i I Ns X if is Q, iiwff ' , im: rirscnmm Assistant Line personnelypl , , 1 . ' f s -X i V A, f . A I f ' B. , , J 1 ' - if Q if 5' iii 9 5- J' ' f V 4, 1-M 'N ,I M zf 's,,, LTJG F .il.f OX l-e9Ul Communicatations I 3. flsf 1-,eufenunf LTJG P.O. Biggerstaff LTJG E L Thornburgh Aircraft Maint. Control Attack Squadron FIFTY-SIX, well known as "The Champions", was commissioned in June T956, and since that time has made five extend- ed carrier deployments under seven commanding officers. The present Commanding Officer, Commander D. L. Campbell, a native of Leominster, Massachusetts, assumed command of the squadron in March l963. The Executive Officer is Commander W. L. Mc Donald. "The Champions" fly the Douglas A4B Skyhawk, a versatile light let attack aircraft. A weapon with which the squadron trains and maintains a high state of proficiency, is the Bullpup, a pilot guided air-to-ground missile which by its high accuracy has proven ex- tremely suitable for the close air support of ground troops and for interdiction type missions. While embarked aboard TICON- DEROGA, "The Champions" maintain a posture of constant read- iness to perform their mission, the effective delivery of air-to-ground ordnance, by participating in frequent simulated air strikes, taking part in joint air defense exercises with friendly Far East Nations, and employing live ordnance in practice weapons delivery maneuvers. The squadron can look with pride to its reputation as a smart, professional organization, helping to provide a powerful first line ot defense against any encroachment of our nation's great heritage Of freedom. Uk -inxgix, lTJli G.J.llAl'l'll MIR LIJG N J wfnljfn O MGfe"'C'l Quality Control ww Xfx 1 l g ,Q .lv l 1. 19' X zf at fa Q f A 4 'N 1 Y, . X W X241 K Kg Xi C W Cable L. Ago? R.J. Musselman L.P. Carofto J.F. Hutchison J.R. Mouton, J rf ,A - f? , ?, I , D. N. Berg PN Ad ms JA King G.A. Roy W. M. Reyes C.R. Lonloc - - C' ' ' P a s -fig, I' 'I Q 411 4: W. T. Newsome, Jr. in N f Ak H L Jones J A Tassio, Jr. J.P. Cameron D.R. Gilley R. Lelen P.E. Benoit L. P. Woodcook Williams C Squaklm D Lenhart J.R. Needham C. A. Sommers W..T. Jolly T. D. Finley J.S. Lawson R.R. Knell R G Whllmore C W Dorr N A. Seymour A.,R. Green T.E. Mays .R.E. Abston C.R. Huddleston T.L. Brown J Farrar M J Culbe ' LINE TROUBLE SHOOTERS C.C. Degruchy, Jr. B..A. Love .C.,E. Harper E.A. Beaulieu C L Pickens POWER PLANTS 9 x . 1 1 , f ' 51 192 1 X .15 I L- F. Taylor F. H. Stearns A. S. Hathaway A -Q ' W. H. Murphy, Jr. T. E. Rivers R. L. Warren D. L. Huff E. D. Mattocks F. Romero J. L. Freeman G. F. Paulson AIRFRAMES ww. X R. N. Toneff C. H. Steele J. E. Thomas B. W. Miller L. V. George R. C. Forbes D. K. Kolb A. M. Lucero W.W. Carter Jr. M.X. Moreno R. T. Staden C. V. St. George B. W. Mc Broom B. E. Hodges F. J. Perry J. " M" Mainez G G Kangas PARACHUTE LOFT J. S. Gilmore, Jr. J.S. Baker R. L. Dailey D. H. Beard R. M. Gallardo ORDNANCE ' M -, M-wave 'z '- K 5 .slr 1 1 . ss.. T ff PSSBP l Q L. D. Penney R. F. Spallino C. H. Murphey L- P- CUmPbell E E COO er R S Schultz H J Vanrnght C L Mc Queen B E Davns p J W Aikman M J Andrews J T Afflnglon i..T..v-T.,,,, ,YV ? -1-sf , ,,,,, , gpxfgsmgxnww- '--- ' ' "-7-J A qw., ...nv , -ff N Q.. . . A . ,, .gp ' ' Q , , 1 f 4 f' W AA Avi AVIONICS J A Lqwson C M Brazeau R A Brownlee J E Fe en T""" 57 Wllcox R L Wllhams Barnes W H Aushn Jr J E Conrad P D AJVCIFGZ E R Cure W V5 iw f X is D W Craft 1 B Rnedmuller R L Gearon R A Garza W L Hughes E Nunez O C Jones, Jr D F Fowler, Jr AIC MAINT CONTROL G A Muller J A Mc Calmonf A D Cass M D Relnke J W Rupe A, QXC DIVISION ' MD Mg X97 h' I- O Phdrr J G F Fores J R Mc E roy G R Jacobson MATERIAL CONTROL DIVISION MQ any P M. C. Butcher J O'Connor R. Graves A PM Lncud AR E 5 d ' ' . an erson II4 I J . , . . If . 2 I Vlff V ,J R.B.' D.E. .. -- -- --I ig Issr I f I 1 ,Q,,123ghggj J I i Jil? 5 Ii f ' - ' ' ',,, I Q , !.-L I.,.. I 5 ,, A',s, I X Q . ll WW ,. 'X I f ' fp ,I fi , I ,,' J ,N lf! ' .M 315 V 7: . . , r. . . I , , I u t I T. if .1-,V ,. E 1 Ii' I I +83 .z,Lf,"f lf, I J I . I I I A If I - fm LAUNCH THE QDOX-f , 'Q I ff fl ,ex Q 11 ,f QA 'Z 5 sw'- 4.214 Z nf! , ,- HEAVY ATTACK SQUADRCN DETACHMENT Q V - V .- BRAVO A LCDR J F Bockmon LT R W Crook LTJG R. V. O'DelI LTJG H. E. Dinger LT F. L. Holmes THE BRAVO BANDITS LTJG w.L. Mc Coy LTJG W. G. Thompson LTJG J. R. Schmook LTJG J. H. Snyder H7 l . l l l il P. R. Alexander H. N. Allen l 7 P. J. Anders , . we :Q s ri: -1,12 1: 12 f w f f f 2' 1 X fi f f, f ' K4 f ioiopof,-.,.-'f'fv2-' ' Y' '- .x.m:ZoX, .... ,.- .,.,,.,w2 I , . f ff 1-,,,,-H by 1 .2 l 9 J 1 ll 1 R. E. Bellmyer 1.1. Borowczyk I J. M. Caglia P. J. Cowley G. A. Clark T V. R. Gailey J. R. Garner , f I krrkyy V,,,. I ff 4 ' jf f 4 , , ff X ' ,4, gy ' +9 ,V l A nlnl ' . f, , ' A. G. Henson P. F. Hoffman H. Huffman T. M. Barnes 7' o :'i.5.Q51f4xi'i.TLi 'J-, i l",'-. rll. ' U 'Zlf.ii.' 5 f T , 'E-Aff .',..wf W ' !' 1 ' 'lyfj I 1 Q, V: f.h, . W. L. Brown J. E. Denly J. M. Goodall A R. L. Humphrey ll X Q ' J A Q' A ff , VV.V I I I , l' W. H. Kaess N. B. Kelsay l 'l 18 T. L. Kincaid T ,uw ffl, T . f 7 ,f'l 5 ,J C' M, BC,-nerr B. J. Betty J. H. Heaton C, "Tir ,ff R. C. Buckwalfer A M. T. Fuhs fl . ' ' Q " g ra. Ill f. Z Af R.A. Gorino c. D. Gumz c. D. Hordao W- R- Hel' 6 A ' ,ef- faq F. J. Jancsek J, D Jubb G- B- Koepp P D. R Koon X ex Q' . ., K : . . ws. q J. L. Lambert l . .Ji . If - C. A. Phillips L. V. Swanberg D. J. Wysomiergki l M. B. Marcedes L. S. Mc Loud R. J. Paulette J. G. Phillips J. T. Riggles E. vglaq ' K. E. Pagni K. D. Schlepp S. D. Shaw l .fb . !"Z.:"xw' R G Ugo H E Valdez D R Vernon ,,,, ..-Muilr' , ' 6. ti, l 4, -ff if Z1 , A ,, R. C. Lingenfelter S. L. Lloyd 'V ff ?. 3 I 5 M ,L A 20, ,ef ..,,., , , J. E. Matthews H. T. Mc Avoy O. Moore, Jr. R. A. Moren A. O. Rosario R. L. Scalf D. H. Slack A. D. Stanford K J Wensel R H Wilson on EMM , J. A. Longo E. A. Luppold C. Mc Calister 23.3 ... I ,- -'f V f X7 1 f fy ' 1216 f,ff!,5Q.f 24 ff X 4, no X710 X , f cf 1' if I X f 4, ff f 4 W 'WZ fO 5 9 'Q ff' Q. fl ff gl 1 f f 14 f 4225 1: X. X. ':1l.Q,.,' x an B. V. Nelson R. A. Olson M. R. Schadler V . . l C. L. Stewart R. E. Tuttle N E Larlvlere gh l H9 CARRIEREE AIRBQRNE EARLY WARNING SQUADRQN ELEVEN DETACHMENT , V g ' V BRAvo E flu?- 30 Front Row Kneeling IL to Rl: LT J. D. Orr, LT B. C. Matthews, LTJG D. E. Wolters, ENS R. W. Pearce LTJG W. H. Weber Back Row Standing: lL to RJ LTJG J. W. Cox, LTJG T. C. Nelson, LT R. V. Krueger LTJG M. K. Yandt, LT G. H. Smith, LTJG D. C. Borchard 2 Z Z X T21 , . . kr Y. '.,..-...A W Aim, -.4810 F45 , rf" ' R wa. - -,--- - Q ., 1- - R "Flip, Q ., D. M. Roby W. A. Deatherage L '55 v M1122-K 7 ' 4 gf . '-'- 1' 1' f f D. A. Arens W. R. Ballew B. B. Barr H. Z. Bryant . . D. L. Buhr R. T. Chappell A. J. Colvin R. 5. CI'GWf0fd "1-'ET KV N.J. Eichoff, Jr. R. Fabela, Jr. W. S. Farrar B. L. Ha es R. P. H I b is A Y e ter ran D. S. Hinsdale J. L. Hilton F. H. Hutchinson W. L. Jewett l 46.31 R. G. Kurtz W. A. Klssmger D. G. Marshall L. K. Matsumoto J.S Mc Hale J. l. Ramsay A. D. Reynolds, IV G. G. Rivas D. D. Ross G. D. Sanders P. M. Schulz 3 X MQAQW V ' F. E. Seibert L. D. Teachworth D. C. Trieschman, Jr. S. Vacca J.E. wqffenbqrger c.E. whafqker L.G. Young D-G- Z""'WG" ---1' '1l"'Tff'TS 'b'!..mu,, A LIGHT Pl-loToGRAPl-uc SQUADRON I I SIXTY THREE DETACHMENT BRAvo T LT R. L. Taylor LT F. A. Page ' Q Y ,wx -ke - LTJG C. D. Roftgering Q? "THE FLYING TIGERS" ENS D. L. Young l4BB3l ,1'g,k.., -as-If G. H. Boron D. L. Franck H. E. Duprey .. .,. J r rr. .. l D. M. Tegels C. D. Pointer R. R. Thompson l J. N. Reuss J. E. Brader ffg 4, 4. T, r .r f ,, pa ,W f rw , Q 1 1 r x 5 7 .Ja N . 04- 1-f - ' - . .gg T f. - 'ir 1, ,V ...M Y ., v S? 3-A f f Q f .- r W f ,U , , .5 5 f v I L. E. Cody J- D- Craig M. J. Hiatt I ,W.V,,..,.-1 ,.,, ,,,,. , ,,, ,,.W,,, , ' ' GLM T. F. Quisenberry R. G. Reynolds J. A. Lee D. B. Price D. E. Elseo K. A. Carlton H. E. Nielsen D. W, Brown l i F. L. Gross D. P. Mitzel L. D. Brainerd M. J. Hogan r , , ... .,.. ,,. r .... 11 l'r ' . , W 1 i 4 'mr x F- E- Young v.E. Poffer M. A. Merrill R.i.. Morris l"W' C'C'l9 l--R- Veuch J.J. Rocks W.S. Bute .M...4..,,......m.-iw I i X A i A f 'fill fl YIHG V risers" ,1'7 5 - "nf," - f f ww-zu: ,ua ' I ug 4, 3, X Q Q," , .num 354-" E . E, p ..,, -4' "1-Mazza-....,,,:f,.,,,h. W, M A ff. ,n-v,.,L3i-QZMVH-f. 'fn ' ' , . Q ""i.,szs -1 .1 4,-q.4:uvu,-..f X -f--.... HELICCPTER UTILITY SQUADRQN - ONE DETACHME NT mmva The HU-l " BRAVO " detachment aboard the Ticonderoga, assign- ed as a division of the air department, is responsible for providing rescuejlutility services to the ship and accompanying task group. This includes plane guard Cangelf duties, as well as mail, cargo, and personnel transfers at sea. Deployed helo detachments operate in much the same manner as a complete squadron, and therefore are normally self-sufficient in administrative and aircraft maintenance tasks, while the host com- mand provides all the necessary logistic support and facilities. As the primary shipboard search and rescue unit, HU-l " angels" have successfully completed 894 rescues since April, l948, a record of which all personnel in the squadron are justly proud. The " angels" are always prepared to launch, on a moments notice, in the event of any emergency. "-" "R-In-., , ,I A ' g .,.-A gr 9--.. . .. O. L. Hurville D. E. Anderson J. W. Jones W. I. Scoff D. P. Kelsey A. E. Gimple S. R. Gold J. H. Adams J. P. Mofes ,AA If , 4,ffff'jhgLP'ilfff ,, .J ' 1 ' mglf gd V ' ff f -, f',f.' " Lawn! ' ,L , f ffzna' f- , '04-34212, we if-11 f- 1 f MH ' W , f 1 K 5 y 1 ,. fx .f,..fff . - , Q ff, ' Ji, f 'ff AW: X- f 'ff ' lf 'Q ' f f ' , X W fi' , ff f ' , ff! f f ' 9' X , f , X , X 1 f' ff CWI 1 4 X f' , ,,.,"Mm-mag, 1 f I I x ww f li z 5 lf2f,af'.f' 'Luz ,af 2? 1 sg, AV '50 vu.. ..wv,, W A. ADMINI 1' Tl flilllbe 5 0 5 JAN I 3 f ' AH- H53 fflfl-F1 khkikl i ' ' i"l"i --Qi? igi:ll,plpu1i kl li i 1-5.-ap-lgiglguu-ll-urea,--'li-un-5-'. S Iguasauhoims-u-a:a aq-.I-qieiuin-nigii '94 aah.-eaieaqu-r.u-his-sign.: ' , u.un.aui-qruuamigon-r,u-.g.lial,n. -- -all " ii 11 . z my LUG W- C- Mings CWO3 B. Mendenhall LCDR J.T. Moore LCDR H.w. sffomon 114 LT J. J. Walsh ENS A. M. Porter I' .. 5 Q ' J. s, 3 wlkgxw A 'M , .fe ENS A. D. Rusfh ENS F. A. de lc: Pena I 4 "mi FIV ENS J. C. Lowler LTJG E. A. Steele, Ill 133 ..-...f YY-T77 YY .. .. 'H ' W W' ' "YY - , -.2 E ., ,,:,--- - - ' -- T-, - S . e .MM E- MN' A . "Mfg ', rl-, -4-' ' .v 1 i 1 1 D I 3 R. L. Aubin C. C. Schusfer L. W. Turner G. Abernathy M. E. Alexander D. G. Anderson J. P. Baglino S. F. Baldwin R. J. Blufchford R. .l. Blcxkemun T. G. Bonvuloir T. H. Boyles 3, , K x ff.. my . 1 , Q . . 4 G' F.. rf A ra A . ,pw .4-.ax W is , F x s x A' , ,..- ,mf Ui. , . N. ,....... ,f t J. ? V. L. Goben L. C. Clark D. R. Drewry , A ,,s.., ,'. ,il , ., X, 1 Q - 49, ily X . . , ,W J 14 G. E. Durocher I K" nf. qs.. " B. F. Edwards li N' ,, fr' 5: .4 N.D. Edwards M W' Q ,4 S. Flores R.L. Hackman 4 L4 W6-.1 T. A. Harroun M. G. Hight -P'Ll. RAY 'Y J.L Johnson Jr. J. T. Johnston . I fgqgw, 54.-pi ' H Is' . . A D. L. Jones X WLL Jones Jr F gm' P. -1,3-...i .,,, ,S '1 "' '- , Y v' ,- .ef 2- it--1.-5.-:. ' ...,,,.,' '.,e--A J'-A 14"-...f ,aff 5137,- I I A 5 3 .vw E- Q 2 i Rh . -., .,.., . . fs . , 4315? at - M S , , z :M dh AA R. G. Merritt R if R. M. Mizrahi T. H. Moore X J. A. Nelson P. E. Phillips D. R. Robertson 1 A.H. Rock, Jr. ' ., G. E. Roe D. R. Schmucker J. R. Scott J. L. Siegworth J. W. Smith L. J. H. F. C. . M. King Klemm Lomphere Long Monn Mc Cube 136 L. D. Sfaggs C. F. Stewart W. S. Sutton C. C. Umfress C. T. Vaughan F. L. Watts R. G. Weaihers R. E. Wetherington K. R. Williams T. J. Williams J. G. Womack R- W. Yarbrough, ll K' f Z 3 1 fshgvw, 9' In if if . ' 2 f - 4 Q.- l , -. . 74- -n.. ,- ,. -gi.. A , A 4 f' Q: A Qi .M f .Q tg, 4 if QW X F?4"'9'-' X .QT -4 . .. ..-. M., Z 'EC ffl M, . Q-Q, 5 4 Q" -1-C .,...,4, C ,.,, Q , - 4, . '- f '19 1" ' 7 -Q-J.. 1 .-..mn1f.T::.1-.,y,5T.s-,.,..L?... K , I 1 OPERATIUN 14" it '11 Sttgk f - Vi 7 Y it iii FS 53 'I "' - "- xfxxx -fi' I Of..- X xx 5 I 'I f "':-4 -ss Nsxx X A' -Ill!! f .- -:s xxxxx X ' s lj 1 x, -"f r' gs X s s I , I I S S X X 1' I ' X W s W . Il- I X X x Ilillf Xxxx ' 1 f l' W 1 X . H 'I 1 N' ul llll bmabi ll i . U mx Al, 'I ly gl xg X, 'll' .I N q, . ' .h I1 Operations, they Tnerve center of IICQNDEROGA. To this group comes information from a myriad sources, orders and directives from higher authority, pilot reports, aerial photography, radio, radar cnd other electronic devices, and visual sightings by lookouts, e l A ' Q y The " pieces of the puzzle " must be quickiy and accurately arranged. Q ' . The specialists bend to their tasksr Each bit .of information is evaluated, classified, and wifh the ever-changing operational situation. This is the 'ob t ll g I , 0 oo of command, performed bythe infor- mation center and the Operations Department personnel. l H M E - ' . 'A ' t i - C C l CDR E B Solslg ,ww f , CDR T. L. Farrell CDR J. C. Riddick if LCDR H. E. Welch LCDR G. Parent V ,,,, l LCDR R. T. Monfz ENS R. M. Forris ."':f'i fvifi'.Q2i xx '- ,- OA DlvlsloN 0 Weather is an important factor in "-Tico's " operations. As an inte- gral part of the Naval Weather Service, the personnel in the OA Division perform all of the functions of a U. S. Weather Bureau Office. ln addition, the division satisfies the specialsmeterological requirements associated with attack carrier operations involving the collection, plot- ting, and analyzing of weather reports 'from ships at sea and weather stations in foreign countries. Complete surface observations are made hourly, and radio balloon soundings are taken every twelve hours to determine existing weather conditions in the upper air. The ultimate end is a complete and accurate forecast of the sky and sea conditions, visibility, temperature and winds for periods as far in the future as possible. ' 4? ex if 1"'w, "Nm I Sf:r'.A-ax,-fi Y' yin' "- aydltilr-H 1 1 1 1 F 11. 1'551 111 1 15 415 1 1 1-1 ,VL 1 1 1, 111 W1 1 1 1 1 1 wi 1 ll N, 1 1 ., 1 s U 1 1 1 1 1 W1 1 1 11 1 . 1 ' 1 l 11 1!1'1 l ' l l rr l Q-l l .l f 23 gl , r i . Q L l l Z P i l 5. 7 1 l il E E r ,lf oc WDIVISIONC The concept of the Carrier Air Traffic Control Center lCATCCl embodies within the Operations Department the centralized control of all aircraft operating under the control of the Commanding Officer. The center collects, evaluates, and disseminates all information incidental to air traffic control. The CATCC,functions through the coordinated efforts of the Air Operations and Carrier Controlled Approach groups. Air Operations has overallsresponsibility for schedulingeand controlling TlCONDEROGA's aircraft. ,Its primary area of control' is within a 50 mile radius of the ship. ln this airspace, " Air Ops " must identify and control: all departing aircraft until passed to their proper control agencies, all arrivals when received, aircraft holding in the marshall area, and aircraft letting down or on a wave off. CCA's mission is to direct the aircraft astern of the carrier at a rede . P ' I lx -termined altitude and airspeed in order that the pilot will be in position , l p ll! : T 1I, l to make a successful approach ,to the Flight Deck. This mission is often accomplished in spite of low cloud ceilings, poor visibility, and-.inky darkness. ' A V ..-.-V, ...-. cf --,, ..,. .. 4-1 . P P x ! . ilj gif' :fi 4' 515' -.71 '4 T. 1 2 f 5. ar, . v . A f R f T21 .ir 7? ar -f f . .P s Ai - 1.45. KJA Gm! ':,: f tb: J. W. Kimbrough J. J. Montgomery J. M. Price W. Cox L. H. Fox J. F. Goodson N. L. Gregg R. A. Hcmner D. L. Idlewine J. H. Schick T. J. Thorsen ' . , ,A , :3tfEfff ' V QQ? , ' A. V. VCIIIST iggilf-'E' M. .J. XUVSI' ,.-A'::..,i -4-if u f ' 5' ff , .Lil '.":f,' 4 .ri -gy w.'zwQY'Z" 'IW'- on olvlsloN G 0 va Tedlidm1sofiheOEDivisionmci1hinIhe"Eyes,Eurs,andVoioe" ofTlCONDEROGA. Tl'lemoreil'lcll70cllielllus pl'oIl'ud'mgf1omuIl sediolsofiheslipareoulmeciedtounuliiludeofeleclrolicdevioes- radcmioseeoverillellotizollillolljidolldsmnddulillessgruclio receivers,IudeIedsig1nlsafoil1eruiisgIrmlslliI1ers,ioUonImliCuIe wiihslipsundciruaflpl'loningbeaau's,Iocidrehningcircrnflin lotulingiheslip. Thedepihofihewaierismeasmledgradiophoio- grqxlssenlundreceivedpiheposiliulofiheslipascelioinedptlid crevfs ielevision and rucio fatililies provided by eqlipment Serviced byiliscivision. Probilguldmensl.llilggisIil1guldudiusiing-..Ihe EledrolicTediicicmsnnstqlidzIyIocaIea1drepcirmalfll1dions. 4 . . N- W ,. ' givx-4 " f 5 -a 'r Q 'D .1 5.7 4- ww P.J. Nichwander, Jr. S. R. Peitfer J N Scoh .lr X? ZX G. L. Salmons 9 3 R. T. Smith l Q? I X , -C 'NL . "sf v 1 -, 7 Q f df . 9 'v X -fr C. E. Uhler G. R. Gordon W. S. Hackett L. R. Hancock P. D. Hinrichs C. L. Iredale F. J. Jackman P. A. Klapperich J. A. Lavender M. T. Lewis F. D. Lovato R. A. Mayner K.H. Mc Clendon Wiz I . f":V2"M?-3-H1 LW . ,fn- ... J. .Q Af-. .1 in Q' ff ,. X ,: 1 , gf ""!'?4'1 I of fi-pr J, 4.. , w V , Q 1-. 4.. 2 , .ffrixvw W.- f .. L4 , .1 4, ,f 'EQF1 T ,K Q?-K,i, -A .4 S.. . V ,, ... I I or yitfgf' 'ff' Q cg H ' 'Z A ,run N 1 tl' N 4 . N ., M, t 1. iff I I J. J G Vernatter R C Wllllams D B Worcester V Vff v -..--f ,J H- -v-f ucv...-...Y , . ' 'i :'ff ., ..-.. W.-- f .. L - .. --1-'rv 1, rf - audi? ,"..'1sQQT'-'- -1 fc:,.:1.Y-241-vA .frf :fi-.., . . we -.-4. f-,::,'sn63.?. , , ..f , f ., .-"'ff?---'M ff, -' , ' -.,,Q.:f'.-assi, r 1 I V 1 W 1 1 M tt Ll 1 1 a I t ! 1 t . yi. r J ' N its Hg, r i Ol DlvIsION Y WX l A . A gf a 01410163 ' 75, 36335 U' ff 'Ir 4' i X r - As the Ship's Combat Information team, the Ol Division is, on duty every moment TICONDEROGA is underway or unprotected byishore based alert equipment. Seated before their dimly-lighted -radar scopes, they watch the ever-changing -picture of the ocean's surfaceand the ah above. y e . A " ' to Should' an unidentified target be detected,.: they utilize ultralhigh frequency radios to "talk I' the' friendly fighter aircraft into position to interceptlvthe intruder. Assembling and correlating the material obtained fromtintelligence, electronic, and visual sources,'Combat Information Center maintains the up-to-the-second situation picture necessary for percipient decisions, A' y P I t VERSE - Q21 FSR"- LT B. Stewart P. P. Watson . ,. . 7. ,'VP4Q J D. A. Cormier J. A. Horeis J. I. Mater X X ,.-.142 f f,, -X'N fl N. N. f 'R 5 Q X X1w'l'N.. 1:1 . . xwigx 0 af' XJ , T. E. Robertson ,E an , J r .Z ,A . fy ... ' 2, f. h i 3 , V ,, ,X ,f if X 4 . If X :WM ff R. J. Sears R. W. Drury W. W. Eckersley R. J. Houle . , 1 Wdlpw. fl - J' . m G. W. Mc Curry P. E. Robinson .1-4 ' M I l 4 1 X N 5 if' K, . .X .,.,, . S. L. Stockdale .,,35 f Y LT J. F. Wetzel B. J. Benoit f.,,1zv, .7 J. M. Goebert Qi, A. H. John L. Johnson J' V J. D. Mc Kenzie S. A. Rodgers 5 7 D .5 X S M4 5 J. Smith f JJ , J E 7 4 7, 1 , 'I' 7 Q. A f I . -.,-if we -3 Q Q L ' 1 A ., ,aw-,..,x.. . , , , . . Q 4 4 if I ! 4. . ,,,. W . F' Ki! R. L. Hartman C. E. Kelly r r fu-. '- E C. W. Prementine D. E. Scott I , . ... :gr 9 . X v N bg , .K , N. ,gpg -an 4, S. D. Kozma X111 gins- E. L. Roberts , 5 5 Q: if 'K M. G. Schriber M ... . 2 f Mn, 4 H. L. Homrighaus ww, V. P. Lombardo E. L. Provasi z 5 Q! 5 , 1 .r- - ,S E. E. Schuck . . T P. R. Treydfe C. S. Waters D. A. Zimmermann ef P r are A?i , fewftmii R ' 5 41,7 ' fil!'f'73?"' ov Division OP Division, though one of the smallest Divisions on .board TICON- DEROGA, is one of the busiest, and is 'divided into three separate groups, Photo Lab, Air Intelligence and Operations!Office. The Photo Lab is charged with developing, printing and processing thousands of feet of aerial photograph film per month. At any noteworthy event taking place on TICONDEROGA, you will see a "top notch" photographers on' the' scene, ready, willing, and able to snap the shutter. 1 A The OPS Office is charged with maintaining files of hundreds of messages, letters, and- the countless' other' reams of paper that are required to keep, the ship operating on schedule.. Behind closed doors marked "Limited Area", the Air. Intelligence group carries on its vital intelligence work, night and day, planning, briefing, and keeping all personnel with 'a "need to know" informed on the ever-changing intelligencepicture. ' " if A I U, Q I fr ,L w R? W. D. Fry R. Guerrero "'-f 3 211, D. D. Hussong 7' fy ww 5 f a i s . nf, X , f 4-,I if J. L. Jacobia D. C. Koons H. Otero, Jr. B. S. Robinson R. C. Saffell J. P. Samora D. H. Seiberf D. N. Slack D. L. Sprmgborn H. S. Stewart J. F. Taylor R. F. Zopfi me--'Hrs R WR fi ' l ...M e. e , E Ea ifl' If Iffa 'iw ,n 1 h ,QI r a 'P J l rl. 1 'v N ml V 1'-1 1 i. 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Elmer Ni-Q., , .. 1 . - 71,-Q 1 -lb . 1- 1-1-.v,..-. ig, CR DIVISICN s x .0 3900. .lf-'I 600. .0 G-000. f-1.0.-ef " Communications Radio " Divi ' A sion combines the latest wonders of electronics with the proven techniques of the manual operator and his " Bug " to link TICONDEROGA with the outside world. Directives, routin ' e service messages, and when circuits are free even d' , ra ro-tele- phone calls to loved ones back home. all are given prompt, reliable service by this group. l X M 3 ' so L. M. Chrisman 'R l . 'iv-iq 4 A. O. Hill -V, fs .4 ,,.. '-ln. 27 R.B. Kline Nik C. B. Neibar J. E. Cathey, Jr. J.C. Clark R,D, Cline Gy, cr , .Q 6, F. E. Harney J. R. Hoadley H. B, Hobbs M.M. Larranaga J. R. Lemburg D.C. La Flamme '5 iff '39 J. as We' ,pk I , XX CA 5214 wif? R. W. Pitman J. Powell, Jr. A. E. Ross F. T. Coats R. L. Hollis A. J. Miller fx. am, fl N. .n..' J. C. Reynolds all li .C ff! A 'FU' 1 -..Q- J. R. Evitts ,yfff ' C.C. Hood, Jr. xv' m Qt 51 1 . , , D. R. Myers Q 45 9. At C 5 D. R. Schlegel f 1591 4 f A. L. Slaton x fy 236.1 . It , A P. C. Soda E. F. Wallace lib 1 M N. L. Gowers 'ln H' V Q ,9 -. 1 , ti. FG -E, 'I L ...A-,f ' mf, y K. B. Hucksoll in C. A. Neal I A G 4 D.J. Rutter 'I va 6i',1 , X A . 4 Nik W. R. Schraps f' 2 'Q Q lj ,if 1,4 J. F. Sloan L ng., if J. W. Vincent ,V .IW J. W. Watson ...ull CS DIVISION 1 5 0 94 . 1.95.4 iii 1 I I 1 i .1 X iiii , 5 i im? s,s I Communicaiions Signals Division utilizes the traditional means of nautical ' ' visual signals to carry out iis tasks. By Hag hoist, flashing light. and semaphore. the men of CS Division remain innollslantvistlalconiactwithfiaeoiher shipsofiheGroup. , --H,n- R. D. Frczee E. J. Jernberg R G. Lcmgworthy A. Leger, Jr. Mormes, Jr. . W. Pearson T. B. Reece W. E. Rinner L. A. Wilkins :D 'ii ' JA 2. '2 ff , J M ff W ani . I: . -5 fx V- - ' A' ri, A 11' I V Q V ,.,, ,, yu , Q, , V 1 D 1 , t . . ' ' ' f ' A S F .t ll ily 'M ll tsl i s gli is I l 1 gl its i li li "' ll Q lfffl f iq lt ' f fill D r ,K i D ,D six' D in li 1 ill 'l lull P Will ill - l ,il I ' fill ii ful it Zig ill I ll 'Wg E: . . 4, A ' w I . Q, 3 , N at u D , I M ' To guide TlCONDEROGAisately:across. the broad, seemingly endless oceans, and into the relatively shallow, t l i fi l 1 l r ' l , ., t 1 my I ' it is treacherous waters of her ports of call, is the primary task of the Navigator and his team. He uses both the .Q l il - ' ' , 'H I - ' i - I Y H h H . ' lj ? l W old' and the new. ' The chronometer, the sextant, the- pelorus,-are still the vital tools of the trade , bU' Wnh 1,4 1 -15 ' ' them rank the modern wonders of electronics Loran and Radar The mulmude gf Chang tables and pUbl'C0 ions so necessary for accurate navigation, must be continually revised and corrected With the ad Of h'5 vugatuon Assistants and Quartermasters, he trams the Deck Watch Teams newly reported Officers who, WI' patient intense study become the Indispensable Officers of the Deck Many and varied ar the f05k5 of the Navigation Department but all are with a single oblectuve the safety of the ship gy yi I ' t 1 x V K M - . . ' . . ' I A V D 1 ' - t , ' . , , - ' 1 ' , ' I . l ' . n I A U e -I I ' , U 1 K ' u . . V . , n ' ' . t 1 I f N . . . - t . , - 5 , ' ' h V - - - . - - . u - A ., . c tl ' 1' ' 1 . I 1 - , I V . - . A Q . , V ' M . If g i , , - A , . w t , - , , . Q . , . ' - , ' ' ' A ' . 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D X . , ww. 1--...f, f -1.1-Nm-.,,.,1-rs -:fp 1-'averse "-1:--'H ' fel' ngu oi , , Y , . ,, f A. f - 'A fs -1 1' v: o5,i.,..,2c.s,,ssfC-"'ff,5s5 v-5-343, X mg Msflfais, '01 N- - X 4.31. 4 1 . , Mft' ff fi' f A ...-,- -- ees- .- -- , 3 . -- f "A ' -- 'V' ' 5'7"-v'-: ,AY - - v - ,ZR Q3fy:w..s4. sf.-1se+T YA I , , , , 3QS,?f,'f,gg.ex5 A. f - e l 'l l r 1 1' A r o , Q 1 Q YE. . VA S X 'A N N N X X 0 t X t Q . 5 E 9 I 5 s gl 3 , .W . "-2 e ! X . xy l l z jj qw I , .W In iinadernl military 'ltermsi fthe airplane is a 'f weapons system"Q Airhorneg it.is a sleelc, breathftaking sight. On deckg it'heV'f'system Vfrbecomes a' multitude of problems which 'must befrnet andovercome., An-,infinite.m,mber of parts? must he -inspestedandl if neteS5arY, repaired' or replaced. li ' i I- g.l 5? It -must bellvreadied forthe mission r fuelehdlwith tons of highly volatile liquids, armed' -f0Ck9l5f guided missiles .., and, Cannon- shellsg The- 'f weapons system'.' is- readyg. .thee 'pilot takes, his 'plaC,QfStrhl2Pl9a'qll?-illls parachute and eiectipn seat, Nowg onthe Flight Deck, the madcap mazesof fhcolorful' shirts, iildliCaring"speciflC iobs, eyrolves' into safsvlfifhielficient lteom.- A' ' in l l is - l uqri if , l 'r-' ' . le f " . A V The 'team fulfills! its role t .fthe aircraftis spotted, launchedfcontrolled radioland ered. These are the never ending task f ht ' ' H' " 1 " ' " ' in h . , . S S 0 te Air Department. , .I - q - ..,i .fggf CDR R. E. Brownlee I . ,ISI I II f X I, QI I f I ,I 4 I . . III III Iii? . -, Isl' I I CDR J, L, van Demqrk LCDR s.F. Highleyman I I I ' 4 I I 4 I I I I , I II ,I I I I xI 4 . I I ,I I II I I I 4 1 I 3 I I I 4 I I I 4 I I II I-I I I I II 4 , WY, 1 lf, 7 V X ,W 4? Ev, MII' VIII 6 F up I II. II' Ir ,I I I,4 I I - Q . -,v , I I I 4 I I I I I I I 1 I I 4 lx Ii I I I I I I I I II, in II, 1? -and .... I I- .. I s var DIVISION l lvl 5,6 KN ' Two groups comprise the V-I Division. The first is the Flight Deck gang, sometimes known as " Men on the Roof." They are responsible for the safe movement of- all aircraft and equipment on the Flight Deck, during 'aircraft launching, recovery and respotting operations. Identified by colorful ierseys, " Mickey Mouse" radio helmets and weathered faces, Flight Deck personnel carry out 'the suspense-packed Flight Operations in an efficient, yet routine manner learned only through manymanths of'-training. A V Repair 8 is the division's second unit. The importance of these men is particularly noted during- times of emergency. When called upon, they are an unbeatable team, dedicated to combating aircraft tires and saving pilots' lives. ' ' X Y. . L. K. Askelson 2214+ T. W. Bagley A J. R. Beck K s x ,f C. E. Berry N.,--. T. W. Bishop J. G. Braun G. J. Buckland - -au... S. R. Burgess , ,, -M . at B. J. Bursby W. H. Burse C. W. Byerly, Jr. V. T. Cclabrese Vjky iw!!! X f XZZX fffff f J jf! 1, gfyffjf f f A M! Wzfyfg V I .A . xv ig ' A 47 Y in LK u N. J .l 1. I l ll il l ,Q fl ,, 'Q l ,ix le Ill Nl all ll li lL ll ll lil l,. el . gl lil I ll E ll ll ll l l . ,. l C. Camen J.J. Campbell D. A. Carlos L. K. Carlos D. C. Carter F. R. Christy M. E. Clements M. L. Cole L. E. Conover R. L. Cook W. J. Crockett M. B. Cremer K. J. Delaney A. J. Derise P. V. Errede P. J. Evans J. A. Feltman R. A. Foreman R. E. Frazier R. K. Gade W. M. Garcia J. F. Gatfer E. Gonzales R. D. Goodman SQ Q-13' ' Quai 5 ,Q fr. 2 A ' , f SW ni' J'J' A 'lg QT , f X ff A ma A 1. ff" 61? Z .I,..--.gel 7. i 1" fi Q ' rs A --- fl Q W1 959 .X .Rf k fl. 6 ,vu 1 li' , 9' -4 . F. V ' ' A K X ik R. L. Graff J. C. Green R. W. Green C.F. Griggs R. E. Hogan D. W. Homoker D.J. Harris T.T. Horfmcm A. E. Hiott S. H. Honec R. L. Howard C. C. .Iorznko J. R. Jarvis W. L. Judy .V ww' . .b ,. . X, iv. f.. ' .. ' N 'A RF ' xi .wwe -Nw 1 . . xx. g 4,2 : M5 1 R .Y .F X '-fm Vu-.. .m V,-. J if K " x ff A f hw .. W ,Q f Q., Q -M-75? f ' A R ' Q ' My f f X f . 'QW 6 .f f ,V f f 1 'fx 1.1 1 . ,, f X .W . f 9 f' X Q jf f WW -1537 b xv 1, , N ?'x' . Q 1, ' f ......4.. .MM Aw- 4 N 4 'fn N24 H f Q 1 4 2 3 W, -. s ' 2 . . Y 14? . v ff , r' ff iff gf-aj. QQ Lf 4 7.4 X .fy K Ga - . ""v---..,,.,.--. . 4 ., fl, , . M V maiurv "' ...nf .mzfidf R. L. Kesler T. C. Kimbrough R. G. King T. B. King W. H. Kleinweber M. T. Kruse J. P. Leslie G. L. Livengood F. W. LoeH'ler F. B. Maceina J. L. Marshall K. L. Mason W. E. Meek J. D. Morgan C. A. Nash D. L. Naugle J. E. Otto D. Pibal D. R. Pizar G. E. Plummer ff X4 X f f. 8,713 5 .L a . k fl., y 4 -, f MAX 1. .gl ,ez G- 1 B A . Q, 43- ' . V L XP - 4 2 1 ,A-3? .:. 5 r ix v'i'f 'A 'JN' 69.1 2.4 4, 1 . g. X ,fx ,J . Z 7-4 , ww ,f 41 Q ,Q a " In aj Z. 'J f A 3' .fax lm A v 4 1 7 AA .f . 4, 29 z-1 , 1 V ' V U ,7 ,SM 4 f - S Hx ti' C. H. Potter K. J. Reeves T. E. Rezac R. G. Rice S. E. Root K. L. Rosenbum H. E. Sanford M. J. Santacroce J. F. Schmeid R. D. Sealy R. M. Silberman W. A. Smiley J. D. Smith J. T. Smith J. H. Smith L. A. Smith W. A. Smith W. E. Sprayberry D. l. St. Aubin A. M. Steele G. A. Sutton S. G. Sutton J. D. Thurman D. B. Turley F. E. Vaughan C. Willegas, Jr. A. A. Wharton, Jr P. D. Williams B. W. Wimberly P. E. Yuknis 'ff-'9U "'W 9-M v-2 mvlsloN . l ff W' ffl I iyl '12 U3 25' :ze V-2 Division is comprised of men who have the responsibility of maintaining and operating the steam catapults and arresting gear equipment for launching and recovering aircraft. ' The catapults use steam from the ship's boilers to propel all types of carrier aircraft safely off the bow. The lightest aircraft, up to the 92,000 pound A3B, are accelerated from a standing start to well over T50 Jmph in an distance of 220 feet. The powerful "steam slingshot ", if stood on end, would be capable of hurling an automobile one mile sky-ward. All fixed wing aircraft landing aboard the TICONDEROGA are brought to a halt when their tail hook engages' one of the four taut cables stretched across the after end of the flight deck. The men of V-2 Divisionlmaintain the cables and arresting gear engines in the state of reliability required to safely stop aircraft in less than 200 feet. The Aviation Boatswains gain personal satisfaction from the know- ledge that the hard work and long hours of every day's flight operations are rewarded by safe, efficient launches-and recoveries. , J. A. Bartley R. E. Becroff B. R. Bender W. F. Bernbrock J. D. Bracken V. M. Bronson ,ano- fv 'K 1 W - .M ,M C M Burkeen Ill M. P. Cannon D. H. Conant J. Cooper R.T. Cotiermon :M , pc..- 1 B: W. Elias 1 r 4. .w ,w ,. Il i 2'. il 12 pi' J Jr J Qi 'I V V' rf: J JJJJS if ' 'fur ii. 3? iii P1-Q l 4 F Q li :MLN J? W. lr . JJ .WJ VII r wx. 41 M Hr JJEJJ rpg, Iwi "4 r J J F .VE . 4 it-'N 5 W ,I , N iw ,x N .l M 1 Li Ii: 5 . , , ,, U U fi Juli , "I Nm i, 11 W 1-". N' l 3: a .p r mu! I N JJHJ ' 33' 1 X . pi -N .N ,.. il ,if Ll.. .. .M 3 N E ki iliwla E2 gr H. sl J. if J u 19. JJ r I . IW N fm. .l H Vw .ep MP Ur, J Jfx D5 , A i W We 65.1 i , HS TZ" 1 V ,Z- ml l f.. W li lil . I . l i A' if mai-Q-.f 2 5 .renew f .Q 'Q 'Q ffm. 1 .fi ... ',.x,v K V... I. 5 Ula! ,fi 4, R. L. Fagg J. Fredericks R. W. Gibson C. R. Gramc, Jr. T. Gutierrez A. S. Hamilton W. E. Henley, Jr J. R. Hildebrand D. R. Hilton M. J. Hinsdell L.C. Holcomb, Jr W. J. Hollen R. A. Horne L. G. James H. R. Jordan F. R. Kannarr F. R. Kannarr D. E. Kidder B. G. Lambert T. M. Lambert C. E. l..ll'l'lelOr'l QAM. K. W. Lytle C. H. Madison H. C. Marinier R. L. Martikainen R. E. Meyer G. S. Mitchell L. E. Page J. H. Paullus V. P. Pinion R. A. Randolph J. K. Rankin J. M. Rigsby W. P. Roberts J. D. Russell R. D. Rutherford R. J. Scott K. P. Sherman A. D. Simmons R. P. Simmons W. C. Spyhalski J. A. Van Dam D. L. Watkins M. R. Whisler M. T. Winkle I 123 -R iff.. "',ifNfl"9'S - , 9 C '. "' 5? Qi 1 4 Af 2 , K ,- 4 N727 1 1 ,pg -,,. r' -X zz rox. J . 1'5" 1 " .ffl 4 , 14 Q . i ' ii ' -4 -W V , M' 3 , , i L If L fx ,Q Q4 , . ,vw if f WX f M st y . C aff A A224 if www-7' 2- ,Q P 1 .M tv-3 DlvlsloN ' ev -- lie X V-3 Division, more commonly known as the " Hangar Deck Division, is .responsible for the routine up-keep, general maintenance, and overall cleanliness of the Hangar Bays. In addition to these duties, V-3 is responsible for all movement of aircraft on the Hangar Deck and the operation of all three aircraft elevators. Under the careful supervision of the Plane Directors-the " yellow shirts ", the blue shirted " pushers " manhandle aircraft weighing in excess of fifteen tons. The Directors have a tremendous responsibility, for if they miscalculate 'a move by the merest fraction of an inch they can cause an incident-a " crunch " -that could put a multi-million dollar aircraft out of' action. Keeping this always in mind, these professionals safely and expeditiously move " TICO's Birds" where they're needed, when they're needed. K E A. Christenberry f N: J. H. Coburger M. E. Current 4,3 621 'ga gs P. W. Corruveau L.E.E l d r f "gon ratfzefwy T. A. Envernlzzl 'ff 5 I .. fw2,. ' ., ha U ' ' 'N ,f f f' .. ff ,1 R. O. Feller . f V Gaim? . nfl? rr, ,,,, K L. C. Fisher D. E. Foust . J.L. Falcone mx 1 -1 L. E. Gilmore A. G. Guerefte D. M. Hallabrin G. E. Hammett D. M. Hart J. W. Harvey L. O. Hawfhorne C. J. Hays B. W. Hawk C. J. Heli P. F. House R. C. Howland H. L. Hurd H. K. Judson J. D. Kirkland J. A. Karr W. L. Kingery C. R. B. Lund ' J if 65112-.Ei,Z313f5"f'f1Z1'W' iii , 'J ,923 r aw' 1 fi. ' ,A ., f 4 f VJHHJW fy, if f ,U f 7 ff wif 1 E .qw 5 ' ' fn . 0 32,15-1,24 ' 5 f' J N1 ? , 'ffl-2.5-7f4: ,. , V , 4 , wx Af f 2? J 7 ,,:,.. X rf" 2 kk? Q . . Q 4 E 5 I I Q 'CQ J ? -af , f .QW . . gf... X .-if? 'J J"'33"'Q'4 's--1-n... .5!:w.i.., . . Q x X , ' f , Q f ,- ': 'JM ' Q, 3 f N, ' , I f x ,IE ' gl I X if V, ,- ' 1 2. ' " . A 4 ff J 9 f? f 7 - "' A feng I f, ." ,.. f A 7, i ' XX .-fr '-"k ' m 4 E 2 I ! 4 fi 1...-..--iF'5-'iifv 'W ,'1,iT7.5T.S2 6'- I . ,. 751: f ' X- , fm , -I H. C. Lomb S. Moines I . 1 R. Martinez - 1 1 l ., A 1 .w.,Av' 'M f 4514. Y , ..,fgk ,le g...,.4Qh3g I " r 'fan-Q I I. Q ,Q an ,J . .7 , . ge, Cm 5 I I 'E k.' I - ' ff I R. P. Martoccio - ' R. Pfeffen D. F. Rascher 4.. 'S M. C. Riley . I R. P. Roth . , Q. ' E. J. Schuster f ff 3 ' wp. 'Q' ,1 J. L. Shaw 12.0 fi, ,, ,,,,,:-v. . 5:1 - .-,..:,f1 .'k' 3 Vrvl kv V.k, R. E. Shewbert X 1-' I ' ' ." 1 .. ' J. C. Siegwurth ry'-QW,-A1,..c 1 - V I gy., - 1' ' "i, 'f ,, f J M I. Z I fl , 1' A ji' W 'Q' if I ... . 1 N .. . f, 5 M. F. Sistare G. K. Still J. H. Sutton J. B. Thornton S. M. Wellington S. Z. Wegg kd. rf., 1- 113, Hn I 'I ni I ' I I JI fI 'fi II II .4 I 'I I I I I I l II Iii f' I II 3 I I I'II I I I I 'II' 1 Ii! 'Is I KAI? II ,I I I .11 III I I 1, 'L .II III I my I , ? ' wif In f... III' 'I Ii. IF .QI .II III, 'I SHI ,, I Iii I IYI I .II I I I, I I I II III IIT IIII it VII I I II! ' I I I III I I l,j ,H II'!"' 4" i . , , M. ,,- 4. Y , - o, , , '-Nqnf, ,, -if 5, "., .F ' . . '-.A .- " ', FA'-'. X ,.7 ' -5. A , Q" ' Y , ' ', I .. -F-HV' - 1141 w -1 .4 1. ' 'f'fLA-Y- W -e -e-Nz .f " ' :TL M" .. A ' " I -fe , I... . ..A- N W.-. rf. . . X V ., 4, ,- .,-- - , , -.,, - - . . . . W .-5 fe N., .,,..,- A . f -. , , gl J- ,I . K N Y, 7 . .,.,. f - i., -wx,-.fr . -7 Y' r ' , QV ,Ap if 1 l 1 1 l I l 3 4 4 . I v-4 DlvlsloN 2 xX A The men of V-4, the aviation fuels division, are responsible for the fueling and defueling of TlCONDEROGA's aircraft. In order to accom- plish this they maintain two jet fuel UP-5l pump rooms, one AVXGAS pump room, one AVXGAS filter, three JP-5 filters, one lubricating oil pump room, and 57 separate pumps for delivering fuel. These service pumps, located on the Flight and Hangar Deck can pump more than l,0OO gallons per minute. To insure the unimpaired operation of the fueling and defueling system, this division maintains its own repair locker, Repair 7. This ,repair locker furnishes the equipment to service and maintain the aviation ,fuel system. It is imperative that the fuel not only be immediately available, 'but also water free and clean. Through long hours of tiring, dangerous work, V-4 strives to maintain high standards of service tothe Air Group. ' A - , , ' 'er 'WHY N , , L L If SW X f D M Fulton J R Gilcrist J L Gilley Gilman E F Goodwin P V Greco J Hagan C L Hance L R Haumpo T P Hennessy . 41 ,i m G. D. Clark O. N. Coddington C. E. Combs D. D. Coryell M. A. Dill R. L. Dupre R. P. Earle G. J. Ekensfam R. Esposito S. C. Farr W. W. Fiscus G. L. Franklin .-'+ 'fs ' 1 -Q-1147 L-f-'',11"2fl,i5?f9-'3'5?'7"inf" - '- fe . .y1:wfrf2'.- 4 f:.:2e'g.7!'.QfA'. fc: .'-"4 - muzyylezf ,. -C, -Z- W. O. Henninger J. Hicvkey J. N. Hunt C. R. Hurd J. E. Hutchins L. J. Imperczfo W. E. Kane J. M. Keith K. W. Kenningfon F. J. Mcsek E. D. Mc Kinnon A. B. Mc Lone E. R. Messick C. W. Mills E. J. Modestowicz Q ' ii Jiii 2 . Q 1 42 N 4 J ,ew Q 42,19 M 3 .. ' . wx ' 4 Q V 5-' f' f Q64 Q 2 Y' f if ff ...Kiln -. :ww Y Zim fix, 5 vga. f sf . - A Ni . . ,.,. 4 Y fer, A'A' OIWG ,, 1 9 , T " 'J ,,,, 4 f ffmfk , - , Kff fi ie f'-' , Lf' " ,:,.v,,, , I, .ff . . . sf fri ' - . 1:11 3 ., , iq 1 -," ' i, ,V f V . ' ' . Ll ' j zyfif, ,' 51,51 ,-- D' Omer 1 S Q 'i iiiii D. L. Osfermiller A 'i" ' 54 Q , , . 1- f . . 1 ivh., , in f,,f. 1 ,.,Vkf X 'Q ' 'iv 5 I . .M pf.. .J i R. J. Peoslee Q f?2" 1.gXV K. W. Phillips gigggfr jg f l.ii ' Y Jel. l I76 E. J. Puissegur B. E. Quick C. H. Randall W. G. Riggs G. L. Rubert J. L. Sanders S. L. Smith J. R. Staton X A. J. Strausser ff! ff, 1 ff? R. T. Suiter J. D. Sullivan A. Summerhill T. J. Tatton H. Tucker G. A. Vandel 5 . Vanderburg we E. D. vimk 'ff R. M. Waits G. F. weadle '73 6' w.C. Wells A JJJJ . 1 l I T i. ii f 5315, X 751' 'S 4 ' , I,-gil Z? f , Q 'J,- 1 11-.xrf 1 ' 1 WW ---'Z 'np .1 inf: ,gg , A ..k, 1 1 1' A , i, ,gn if 'X '-. 31 1 . . 112' 5. ' 1 ii f 'ii E 11 11 1 11 i 1 i 1. 1 11 , U 1 1.412 9 1! ' i f 1 .1 1 . 59 ' 1' ' ff' ,.ai:,1 ,xiii 2' ' l 3111 4 4 fg,F4s:1.A Q i' ' 'f :M . 1 1 xx. Y- . r List A ' !1, E I 1 5 J' '1 .111 111' I3 Wi A Lf A 111 . ' - 'Ns ii 1 . 1 H. . 'ff ., 1 'tr' pw' L 1 5 1 5 X ..... .X f b 5 1 i , ,N 1 1 1 15 1 1 1, 1 1 ll i' 1 1. , . i ii 11 11. ' hi , .1i 1 1 1 i1' 1'1" 111 D .W -f 1 1 'H "-z1sivH'--- --'ff f ' e -- IF' 1 "pk W'?,'F'5'5' 5.: f'-1 .aigrfmvwx ,, ' '- . , V ' JA ' 5 I 1 1 4 I 1 J M if Q54 Zffif ' J 1 1 I 1 L. L. Suzewits i 1 1 X f ' V-5 DIVISION ... X 'J IU ,, E' IP FZIIIIJ was V-5Divisiu:llunsiIeAi'DepuimeliOfIice1md"UlterGuld1" -PIiluyFidiColiml. Q. 'lhetrewi1ille"AiOIIice"isrespuiIefnriI1eexpe1.ilious hulcEgoftheudiisimliveneedsofclci1isiusiuiheAiDepu-l- llenl. hPlil1lyFidiCollmlueiIlellenIespolilefurvisudly mliroliugihecimnrltilyiugiuorneerihelclniugpullelln. They lmstkeephuckoiulihecitrafilumdnedullIetnvered,muImust ilslleilluiihetlresiimggeuispluperlysetbefulecnciuufiis declediolmuldaoud. 'IIle"Ai'Boss"flunIisvu:lgpohin"PliFly:'.ll11:l1s' ' pastime" mnI1oloveriIIeFidiDetk"l:idme". Y Q ii A161 0 9 li 5 V 1 i 1 1 I 5 i 5 I 2 5 5 F o ' - V-6 s DIVISION x1w,lI x'Iz ,XJ4 Q xfauj I 1 4 f ' Q I 9 , 1 l g 4 The missiond, of Vj6 is to provide shop-space, ground handling equipment, and cumbersome maintenance- items that' are too bulky for the squadrons to carry with them on deployment. ' A V, Personnel of V-6 have their fingers in just about every operation of the Air Department. ln addition, in their varied iobs and skills, these men provide needed assistance for the embarked Air Group. This' is quite a iob! 'And to do it, V-6 has well trained technicians assigned to the metal, welding, electronic, electric, fire control, and mobile equipment shops. In addition, personnel from this 'division man : the starting -ieep crews, the' liquid oxygen crews, the parachute loft, and perhaps most important, the support crew for our Carrier on Board Deliveryaircraft-the COD, , the "bird" that brings the mail aboard! f X ff. . f yvffff zwff, ' - ffwyw f ZQKW frfw ,. 0 .,, ., we XX - ,JS AC CCI kb . 'l' O 9 J? , I I, iw.. Air.. I .ap A Q K , ., . .3 wt' K. L. Becas D. F. Bemis J. M. Bryon H. L. Cloud X 'I R. P. Cobb 1 A I S. A. Conner 7 I M I M. J. Cosgrove f 2 I I D. L. Czerniak C24 5 77 0 A X. Aly I uf , gg!-gran D. A. Dennis ' I H. E. Drake A f Q I - if A L. O. Dunn K C. Duplechin 4 ',lL'Iau.... , ,,--f---..x f ff ' ,effaf-1 . Rx-4.5. j':Q'A 4,.f",i9Lff?rf' A. ,ffg-,15g3f55qi :5Af h ef f' -' ' Ig, .I are ,Aww ., 1 I--N X fi ,. I I I I I II II I I, I II I I I I 2 I Il I I r III II II II I II I I I I I I I I .III I I I III I IIIII I1 II I II II I I II' E. If II II, I I , I . c I AI I-I 'I AI I I QI ,, III :i"I III III II TII I: 1. II 'I II II II I I I . I II ' I I I Il II 'III I IIIQ I I II I III 4 x X ' W gm Q If fw, ..::, uf Q., ,.,,. L. fm K 131 . J 1 x Z M Z G' . R. L. Johnson J, C. Landstrom S. J. Lee J. W. Legere R. W. Markgraf C. Moore J. B. Mullinax W. C. Newland H. L. Powell D. L. Raymetz T. Rock G. G. Rouillard R. D. Roberts J. W. Scott L. E. Smith F. A. Taunton D. J. Tessmer T. M. Traver R. S. Todd C. L. Tucker M. L. Vigil R. L. Wagner E. L. Wallace G. T. Whitman A QSM ,X Sk 'W 63 27,6 I. ,, . X 32 M' 2 ' MA A -- iw ? ,' .X ' Vu M. of f r WMM? V , .fri V Y- A' A T Y J . V, ,He 'K . 'ft 7 X ff. 1 A! . Z i Q3 - 'A 2 i A 'V -, ENGINEERIN J w lvl- Q i of The Red E , awarded annually to the top' Attack Anrcraft Carrter Engnneenng Departmer Fleet, us the proud possessuon of Tacos Engmeers. Theur specnal responsnbulttnes are the Shtp To provade the stable, level deck so necessary for safe efhcuent flnght coeratnons To keep the shtp nn Fnghtmg Tnm despntehthe Vpossuble onslaught of her enemnes ' ' x To move, at wnll, across the vast expanses of: the seas To get there Flrstest , wtth the Mostest",flof the Bestest x-1' I I I I ' I x A X CDR A. M. Bowen, Jr. LTJG W. W. Bartlett 2 -xw LTJG R. B. Broinord - W A Y H-uv iw-,V hu. LT J. L. Raines ENS H. M. Olson LT J, K, Krgchg I I i It I , I I I . ,. 1 I , I I 1II"' .4 I Ying 4. iI?1IC Is 'I In U1 :.t I 1 IIIII II It 1,1 I I I I I ' I I I 'III -4 .I II 'qi III! IH 'I wut ,III I g, It II I I, ,VI :Ll I KI: 'Mi .I I 2 'I , 4 KI III I' -H , ' II . wi III IIII III W V .N I I1 II 511 s'I T II Z' I If I2 i 1 AI . II IZ G9 ,II 4' II ity WI I II I . I ...B I I It I I1 II 'I I. I-I I + I . va 1 I 'E I3 p 3 I . IIII I I at II Iii' .YY -W iw -- gvu-w-- , ""' ' ' ""' ' ' A DIVISION Primarily a "service organization," Auxiliaries Division contributes to 'the efficiency of every division in the Ship. The anchor windlass, laundry equipment,-cargo winches, capstans, galley equipment, aircraft and bomb elevators, drinking fountains known as " scuttlebutts", and steering gear are theirs to maintain. Steam heat when it's cold, air conditioning when it's hot land sometimes both depending on the location and mission of the compartmentl, liquid or gaseous oxygen, gaseous nitrogen, and compressed air, are furnished to allaboard Ship accord- ing to their requirements. I G. R. Crawford E. Cunes W. D. Curtin D. W. Cufsforfh W. Dcngerfield D. L. C. David T. H. Withers W. F. Dondonville E. J. Fischer G. E. Gentry L.J. Groves J. Guoriardo R. P. E. Benner A. T. Bevil D. A. Blocker O. L. Boggoney D. M. Buchanan J. P. Carroll Carter J. E. Childs C. Clemons J. H. Cotton ' ffl?-' . . . ,Z J ' f 1 , M 1. 1'-62. 5-944-I4 .. V , yu 3 .H-4 'W Zgfafr' yy 1 f ' X I 745 '7 ff .7 Wv Y XW f f 4. V fc Z Q: ff 4 5' f 4 v if f f f . - W f v If J f we 5 Q , Q... NW af .1 1,1 fy, 1 M., f Q V.. ,J ff . 1 A 6, f 4 4 , f 64 Y ' 1,4 f If 7 f fy . i I X I RY 4 J . 5 K M X XM Mfg ' Qs: 5 I X wi xv Xfjggjf S. " Am. M, Hifi? S135 ff- . Nw 'ww Q V Y Exif? kiln. fn QF .J .1 vi. an ' " 'X .gf .- - 4' Abram 'W 8 .4 M...- uf 4 45:8 X ff . . A ,., 'L l l ! l l 1 f L .ii gk l Il ml lf 'V 'lr ,H ,ll ll ll, Ii f?,l .ll i l' , f S la ill u I l , 1 - . 'W " ' " W' "' ' 'i' 7 W ' V ,L A 'rn' K Y 7 - 'Z "M K' Y 1 I my-ig.,.xf.afww-1y..s1n4ii'f'-142 -' 'FW' '-55.3" If ' '-wz. ---Y.--4--.-.r 'f. , 7"- -'--V' ,. 4 . Malik... , ,, .f 'L.1fffA-'htlariigv ,fmesg-15N fi " ' T , ' W" - k-f 1' '- Lax' , Q 5-. . v? N -fy 1. af l J U ..v. Q I . ,Z ix xl ll I I . il ll K 1 i .N l, . ll 5 .5 ig! 1. I l l . 3 l 1 ,EF ' F l l , . l 1 P ' l r l l iq l Ov' i F 1 l '23 ': l fy 11 1' . bl I .j ii r- if l' ' '. Wli l Jigs ns, l lil ill . 'li -N li 1 .Q , , li 175 Elf I Q li f il J ' lj, 'i is ff' :li ,l -la '- f ' ll'.i ll J 'V l J ll l lil . I . 1 R x li Q i i q. l J i W 71 . i l . 1 . l ,.... l f. , , i . X , .4 ,I L. i, -'l i 1 l , l 3 X I . , G. D. Jackson R. L. Jantz T. L. Jensen T. S. Johnson P. J. Kunfz K. R. Kuykendall D. B. La Point J. R. Lcnvergene T. A. Lewis M. L. Lesinsky D. J. Leyva J. D. Lilly E. J. Linehan E. B. Lucas R. D. Lyle T. L. Mason L. M. Mc Cool L. J. Mc llravy C.J. Mc Kibben A.S. Mc Pefers J. B. Meade R. H. Meyer F. L. Moore D. L. O'Shea 37 ..,.' -. . V 1 T- .1f.i.:f AW ' if ' D Q, .73 kV,V,.k,cV W 1, Vs , .. . TQ: .' iz . ' - f ,Ziff 7 flffg' lgfjfgg .5 I , R 5.5 L Qgjxy .b g g ,, P 1 5 i J f . 2.4591 VW AWG' Mv"'Z7'fj5 45' N .M - ,ff 2 f..Z'f.' ' wy,7,ff,MQ4.. V. f. . , ., , 4 -gy. I e. . 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V , Q M, , f " , 'Q ., , ., lk 1 Q7-. 1.4 r 7 X , . ,, i f if f. , jr. ...Yap V . Y,,,:1-.xx--V . -, Y - 1,7 - -, ,,-,. ,V ,f4.-,,.v- ,. -4 , - 1 I rll l l l lf I B Division ,Boiler N0-Ze he-'esp . of-Jil 1 Largest division in the Ship, the Boiler Division produces the steam that is the "life blood" of TICONDEROGA. To operate its eight boilers and four evaporators, B Division iss organized into the f' Oil and Water Gang " and four " Fireroom Crews". A far cry from "Black Gangs" of by-gone days, our firerooms havebeen commended repeat- edly for outstanding cleanliness and performance. i yy . 5 2 . ' L , if' V as Q K ,g,, A3 AZ Q --r ! ,"'.Qw.X ., Qfi?i5fx. , 9 Si 5' I Q A ,cz G . ' 1 , . , K. . ,IA 'J Q f , fizzl. 7 l, 'vm-y-. , 5 K. V 1 ' ' ,lf e "' 1 V f K A X tr: 4 ,.l.4'5w'faQi,1W.SQ -.K , ,ve A fm KN .1 . 4 . tial x4"Q -, 5 f. 'iz 52 . Z ,269 ' ,x. cj I w 'ff A 1 . w,,,jQ. Z . 3. , 7, ' f v 4 f f J ' ff Weff-" 4 l Y MQ. M K L 1 ' Z' ' ' J . . f CWTS, X 'L ZR 'fl' A fzxl V' if 'Fu V.C. Bustamante M. L. Byrd H.L. Byrum R G Campbell R. C. Carpenter R. L. Carr R. D. Chandler F. M. Chester F. L. Clark R. C. Clevenger T. H. Crowhurst A. M. Cunanan B. W. Alderson S. W. Bailey J. L. Baker G. L. Baldner J. E. Baumann R. E. Behrnes P. P. Benedict D. J. Blake D. R. Botkin J. M. Boykin G. D. Brokie K. W. Burblbaw E l 3 1 5 ll l ll all l 1 1 I ,w ? fQ4-A. , V' -- A J-i , , 1 l ll lll rl l E l l l Il 2-2. li A.. me QI ll 5.x ll l l l l9l 1 ll ll ll i ll .Ml lf ,l B ff 13? 1 I Ag, ni . E.A. Dahl R.L. Pointer D. C. Palmer H. Paul E. Pool J. F. Poormon G. R. Potter W. D. Priddy L.J. Robon G. C. Ransom, Jr. R. M. Roth D. W. Ray T. L. Reed R. D. Rico W. W. Riley R. R. Rodgers X 4fW .M , , ' f 1 X .As 7 f , , .7 f ff W ,rv ., I, , ,,,.,... 46 f W fo VW. W, J 7 Q f ,aff 5 VQS, f, .bww WW ' fl f ,f '-rj? 7 f, f J ' F-. Holbrook Hopkins Hughes Humphery J. L. James R. A. Jenkins .C. Jones R. D. Jones J. R. Kendall S. G. Rooker W. C. Scmdlin R. E. Scanlon 1. . A "W .qi vi' - j A U V , ' .ff ,.k. Y " S2253 'ae-F J. D. Moore E. J. Moppin R. G. Muse M. Norsworthy, Jr. A. E. Oclen J.L. Ogee, Jr. T. C. Outhouse M. L. Owens L. J. Kepner C. L. Kerns J. D. Kinney D. H. King B. E. Koenig D. K. Kramer D. O. LaFond J. D. Little J. R. Long S. C. Lucero W. S. Lynn R. I. Mallory W. N. Marsh G. E. Martinze R.A. Mc Croskey L. E. Mc Cullough D.L. Dolph J. L. Dolson N. B. Edward K. L. Elliott G. W. Ellis C. F. Evans .. Fm. f, 4. ,QV , f. -1 :xv 2 pg.-xx. . Q X v A . - i M, .qw . 1 X , . ..,, 'Q ' ,7fVf?,7'W- 9 ef, .,,. :f-,z,,.1f4,f1,- ' 7 . ,U t , I 47 vfzylp, .-V.' ,fit f af 4 H" Qgi W ff! X x X, f fry f . ,mi 1. V, . .4,,2n,Vf. Q . M W '74, X , I , . ff Wi nm 6K0 , ff rs 'G ff! V -,A ffm ff ' Z , M Q5 ' -if 6 65 y , . 4, 7. f f aw D , 4' y ' '1 K A .irr af? 1 bf' l f 4 1 .fi 4 , 2 A 4 f Zf 496 ,, ,Z 9,4 f' W. W1 ,, 6 'ff Y. 1. A O 1 f W 42 f?f .ig W X 52 W y 117 f M 4 M Q W, xx f X f XQ- f wi - f ff QQ ffdf I f fWf5'W2?'5'Z7W. f G. P. Flanagan J. J. Foster C. E. Gepharf C. D. Goldston H. L. Gonsalves G. H. Grabetz P. S. Groseclose R. F. Gross B. J. Hagar C. B. Vaughn J.R. Walker, Jr. R. C. Waring T. G. Watkins D. H. Watson R. W. White R. E. Whitfenburg B. D. Wilson K. R. Wood D. L. Wait D. L. Zebell 4:-' ,,,,,.Je.-57. V.-,,.-..,, Q E DIVISION MN X bfi N Z ? 1 xX From radar antennas to double bottoms, from catapults to propellers . . . everything that moves on our ship, including the people, depend on electricity for control, power, or communication. Since departing from the shipyard in July I962, the Ship has never been completely without self-generated electrical power from at least one of her four turbo- generators and two emergency diesel generators. The announcing systems, telephones, movie proiectors, landing Signal Optical System, closed circuit pilot landing system TV., storage batteries, battle lanterns, thousands of miles of wire and cable, over 1600 electric motors, and enough electric lights to require S900 per month for bulb replacement-all are the special concern of the Electrical Division. x. D. R. Abramoviiz H. J. Anderson R. L. Anderson J. L. Arbogasf P. A. Baker R.N. Bardsley R. L. Beard B. C. Best H. Betancourt G.R. Braikovich M. Cardenas E.J. Chaivre, Jr. B. D. Davis J. D. Davis J. L. Davis L. W. Davis D. R. Delfavero D. K. Dennis B. J. Donaldson L. L. Dutcher B. O. Favier J. C. Fazendin L ...J ,mf 152' A 'fig . :W F JJ' ' ,www .......... ML' 'f 'wfQffjfff2ffV f 2 ' HM.. ,,,,.,,, , W 'JI-V, 'fi fy 'Vis X na-. , , '4 .., J -f ly -If ,5f,2.'4, ,, If 5 4, 1.13 :f Q ' M797 "f , ,I R f.,,g:.f ..-fgyyg, . 1- "fi eff: ee . My 'u F 3 V 55 - jg' . fmt? fy ... ' f A VW N lk Qr- ,N f V. N 'Q' bm ii -...,..,,.dJ 'W Q. X ,., W .. f 1 C . s--1... sux ww. ,5,,,.N,. .. 1 .' 'P .1 ' f. , J N5 ,.-Q. V ' 4 .-.. xx 3 ""' YF. 'qv u J , U-' xg J' 41, Q '-g--:.v1'w vlxigg 1-an ' N 'H my 1- 4. 3'5" X. if' 11- Q, , . ' 3 . A W.-fs. x W ing X A x , Z J. D. Fowler J. L. French C. L. George D. G. Graham E. C. Green J. R. Gulletfe J. R. Gulybon A. R. Totten J. Micherdinzski L.J. Hogan K. G. Hollsworth J. A. Hein R. W. Holbert L. D. Hook F. A. Horsley M. C. Humphrey A. D. Johnson C. L. Johnson G. L. Klingelhoets K. H. Knudson J. B. Lcnglois J. R. Leahy F. L. Lester R. L. Loosveldt .l. R. Martell R. L. Mc Cullough J. M. Mc Donough C.R. Mercer J.J. Meyer R. W. Haight R. R. Montgomery C. E. Mullins T. M. Murray J. G. Neumann R. T. Olszewski F. L. Pacheco S X . ., -i "- q,.,,e A , :sr 15:3 .f R. I. Pena B. R. Peterson V. G. Pink As, 'W F. J. Ponchione G. P. Powell D. N. Primus T. L. Raines C. T. Rankin K. A. Richards D. L. Rodgers A. C. Rubino i n f if '43 I A 6' I ,ax Q1 'R' 5 fd ,419 ., , fi J' iff. . ' Q Y fix 'H ag nf x ffk E. M. Sutherlin F. Tolkingfon K. A. Thompson R. E. Haight R. A. Weiss D. B. Whetstone R. E. Wilson W. E. Wright X. if I f , X -,Q lui 1 201 DIVISION f i Reliability is the " watchword" of TlCO"s propulsion system. Four main engines, reduction gears, shafts and propellers are the primary concern of the Main Engines Division which is dedicated to the task of delivering up to 150,000 shaft horsepower when required. As a vital sideline, the men of M Division also maintain and operate the engines of our four turbo-generators. To control this vast reservoir of power, hundreds of pumps and valves are maintained in top conditionby the 80 Machinist Mates of this largest, single rate division on' board. Reliability is a fact in TlCO's "M" Division. T. L. Anderson B. J. Engelen R. G. Ashcom R. A. Boles W. M. Borre L. R. Buchinger C. D. Bowers J. E. Burger C. D. Cannon L. F. Chavez B. R. Chisholm B. W. Carmer f ., . x A ,lrfiwif 5 'A ' ' ,V qi,-rnprs, J21..1i.-4A,-- . i X we Q3 ' ' X' HS' jf? ' 1 A K A A 3 fiighsy I .A I , gy! W. ,f., .-f, 4 I ff-I Q H.. , 4 . f X, . X A ....-4. ,LIL ,,f"',:, bl' V I YVXMQX my E I I N V 5 ' .I . f M' 2 ,f ,J A M Lgiiiv,-., f . - ,L li-,ix . .--' 1 1 - W' ' .Qi oi? Page 1 ,. K ,,f ,,,,....4 I 3. .,,n I , W fm, , f n A 1 ., wi-L., if L' f f R We 5 X l L, .1-Ray. Hx . , J X '- NW i' , - - q 1 4 , ' .iil l "l. eff N ,Q w i- . , ,,,, . wwf , I i' 7 J 4. f . - 1 fff-we , 1,9 ' Xl W 'ff f "gf,'1,'fx,.,:f.1f ' f 53-f.:.1.:2.-1" 1 Y ' , ' , . , iff" aw if . aff f 9 I s I 4 4. ' ,Q f , Q 1 .A 9 r , 1 f , . 4 J D' s 9' N 2 f ' If 7 7' yf 7 f 84.5, '1 ? -4. 'Zz 1 . ,x 'L" . A fi L. E. Cronkright T. H. Dolan R. K. Duke M. D. Edwards R. C. Elkins C. W. Armes, Jr. R. E. England R. J. Efter D. R. FifzloFF J. F. Flanagan J. W. Fleming D. E. Floyd R. Garcia S. A. Gould R. B. Graham D. L. Gritz S. Giunnes W. L. Greguras D. K. Grover C. W. Hanks C. K. Harrison E. F. Hen:lerickson J. J. Herrera T. D. Hoey ' C' H, Hollinger K,C. Howell A, T. Hultin A.L. Jones G.W, Kimberlin J, G. Kohfz E. L. Kolle D.A. Korner D.P. Larson G. H. Lively E. H. Loeve J-R. Mqggord . ssriwgf A8 if-. 1 , x 4' Y Z 5 A S .L fm XY f. - 5 ,... ,M fl' ,Q Q V I 4 ,,-314 3 213 '4 , 0, , 'ffm' 54.1 ' rf- X 1 3,45-f . my Mg. 'Z I . -" 'i ff, IA? 692 va I 5' ' x YV ,,,, l ... 'fi' -124, Q Xibqxxx A x XX rXX rx 2 . , 5 2 .gwil .. , '71 . Z 1 4 X' flag! 2 x 1 5 f 2 1 -r"Z'2-In f Q b Q 40 L. -"-"ef"-.g',.', R Q -. Q sf or ap rv Q "O-:o""m:-v"'rg: of e n 4- -p . A nw nf Wnslvniuiu-.ng-nu' M nz-: :-' Q nfs ',. u 0 Q 9 1 an n 4- .' cr'4-"ara" :Q 44. Q Q ... 7-.:::"-an of'- , , ,sayin 'bv at an ai . ff,".-- .".Q', size- ru Alf? 2 Y ,MA ,4 R . L. Mc Gill K. G. Mikulcxs . ,nam '-9. 7 D.A. Oehschlceger E. A. Oliver E. G. Patton J. L. Rayburn J. W. Rhczme R. O. Rice H. E. Roth F. M. Schoonover G. Smith O6 ! ,V.l v Y ' f .X 'Q 'Ei I ffl: 3. '317zf . J. R. Spencer L. E. Sprout R. M. STGHOFCJ M.E. Stefonisko V. F. Stubbs F.J. Sutolo H. M. Tycer W.R. Townsend J. P. Tucker J. E. White D. R. Wilhelmi M. A. Wright Q77 f R y ,ff M, - ' f .mv 1 - ff 4g!,g,,f f. ,f 4 wfi, Q V mf E fp I ff ,.f A 167 f ' W f .H ."h' V17 X2 MAY" 'Iii' G? tb ,pg Q-., X I Q' . "v" V V! ' , . iii. R mvlsloN n-J , , 1 im' l I - I III I VU", I Il 1 2 II s "' I To keep TICO afloat-is R Division's primary task, While this is a continuing program of maintenance, the four shops of the Repair Division offerya variety of services. A "trouble call " to Damage Control,Central willbring a plumber, carpenter, welder, blacksmith, tinsmith or Iocksmith to repair anything from a leaky faucet to' 'a hole in the Flight Deck. "R" Division maintains the firemain, counter flood- ing tanks and flushing and drainage systems. s ' In addition, all damage control and tire fighting equipment and countless doors, hatches, valves, "dogs" and other fittings' must be kept in " top notch" 'condition to insure the water tight integrity of the ship in any emergency., I ' , X .V m,,Q5, Q 2 'im -K 'fa' vi x X f iigq . . ., r . Ak 5 . 750:29 V. .L . ? 1? 2 . 4 X. . sw 1 4:4 1 Z -L: ' 'li-421 Q' X --- .-N.. an fs, - Z wma J - -3 BN ai . 'Q 3j.,,,,. g ' , Qs.: V E... 1 . 2 If ff' '. '4. fx W 5 F. I. Brown G. M. Brown R. S. Bogar B. E. Burke D.E. Branzell C. Caraway J. W. Champion A. L. Chadwick A.R. Winningham W. H. Davis J i nn Ffff.. 55 55 . I my J .., f..f ?f JMJ B X . rf, .1 V . if o if ll.il - w. lh.f J .-', i ,mi ' VI.,- A. S. Diaz R. T. Donath R. E. Eriksen H. J. Felder C. B. Ferguson J. H. Flamm E. J. Couiee C. E. Gavin R. D. Houghfaling M. L. Hendren J. J. Haber R. W. James , t 6 .K , , 5 'T ,, - .-' Ju? '. ,g Q x y 7 3? Y X I , , X 1 if X I I SZ ,nff' fyMMqX3137m3'? 54? 3?7Qi5i2?? gQF4E?"1f?E? f f ff f X ' M. My f I9 X f ,Z r 9 k K' 'e g' 'W X 7 ' AZ' " ,4 .Q .,?,I X xg , if f X H ,f , , 13' f f X' W Ki 1 S mm Qnzfi' ., ,, n R. M. Johnson H. R. Jongewcrd R. L. Jordon M. K. King .R. Kuhnhuusen J. Lopez S. P. Lowrey 'f ff R. E. Leninghton J. E. Mitchell A. L. Murphy J. L. Mann L. R. Mossor L. F. Miller K. B. Mc Murry D. T. Murphy C. E. Morgan W. M: Dermand D. L. Newell w. D. Nylond O. H. Newell R. L. Olson A. F. Ordile R. J. Porish R. W. Reynolds H. F. Rodgers 'Vi H54 X yfs zr vi . . y, - In-Mfg: 0 . , . .-4 U. H. L. Stump F. W. Smith W. T. Smith G. E. Sorlin R. L. Schilling A. J. The-rrien T. C. Tucker B. E. Tclckett L. T. Flefcher J. D. Williamson 'xg Q0 R ,X .4 . S ,M . 1. ,,-an-QAQ1 Q60 M 'J Aw X X .he X A P 4 CDR D. S. Parkinson LTJG R. G. Bollinger ENS M. G. Reynolds LCDR A. O. Hanson CWO3 R. E. Rcmoge LCDR P. E. Johnson ENS P. L. Westerlund ...4-. A R. G. Boxfer S. J. Kiesow A. B. Zolino FIRST DIVISIUN if' r Equipped with knives, marlin spikes, and swabs, the Boatswain Mates of First Division operate replenishment and refueling stations, tend mooring lines, and maintain the spaces and passageways in the forward section of the Ship. Pride of First Division is the Ship's Forecastle. Within this area the mxen of " Ist" work tirelessly to keep theicapstans, hawsepipes, anchor chains and other ground tackle in top condition. During sea and anchor detail, they must tend the Ship's two fifteen ton anchors and more than 1,000 feet of anchor chain. Division personnel provide crews for liberty boats as well as qualified watch- standers for the life boat and Bridge when TICONDEROGA is underway. In port, these men stand Quarterdeck watches.- When the Ship sounds General Quarters, First Division stands ready at its gun mountsg 12.55 -A L M. D. Bernal 7 .ffg.f5'f'.,'5 l 5. '. -V3.6 f f A. . Q L-QQ' 3 1 'XE W R. L. Chelgren ' 1 G. D. Crosgrove R. G. Emerson J. Flemming 'S G. R. Gordon G. J. Klucken - l C. M. Hood D. F. Broughton I .G P. E. Coleman E. G. cope o fl .K Z l t u 1 .',' f ., L I ' -ay. I K G. D. Dedrickf G. E. Dikum R. H. Everhart L. E. Bailey -W 2 1,3 3:21 .,., 1. .fb L Leif J XXX C. M. Gentry E. Gonzales S, Gregory N. T. Blackmon QL, ' '5' 1, M f-J .-. .... I . .1 ff f v 4 X -"5-1-uf fry- 16535551 45' ' - X W. E. Harris rio. Maddlebrooks ,.,f X I Q , V.. . 4 , G. L. Hollis L. B. Hallett C. E. Johnson M. C. Murray F. Z. Salas A. L. Parkins ,,m, ,li , . --Ja i A .-Q, .r'. if .,r,i ei. , , ! Wm-rm aa.. Q 44? w 71 1 wy- , . 1 K1 '52, I L 'va I J gg, ,. 4 fi. J Q fffgf V 4, f, I f --... - 5.1 -af:-'R R A v X , ik , 32' 1, 'F 434 X - 1 L. M x J A ,M . 'W f-Q ...Qi L B. M. Parsons R. G. Perez D. C. Phillips J. R. Pickering J. E. Reynolds M. P. Riley R. L. Noegele E. J. Simon L. T. Sfcilsby W. E. Stork R. R. Stewart J. Turner J. C. White J. R. Whittaker C. Wilcot L.M. Willis R.J. Wood J. E. Woods 1 l' Sion ql sEcoND mvlslon i 5 . , X ll s . ,ggp I .ig f 9 me l ,lv s ' V , o oo ,gl , no V Y 'r-4+ -ff? - A . f , -fm. .. ' z f' 5 l P' l l E l l 6 Broatswalns of Second Division are responsible for the operation maintenance of Black- Oil refueling and-cargo replenishing stations, andllug mooring lines, and the upkeep of .the B or center section , . le Ship.. With these duties, the Quarterdeck' and Flight Deck s:nif5l:,ll0lT also require this division's talents. These men can ,se witho::P9fll1g more than 100 personnel highline transfers this . S m Incident When GeneraI.Quarters is sounded, the dwi- , V . H ef' hustle to the Shlp's 5"f38 cal. general purpose guns. The In Pon qn:'UProvides personnel to man the liberty boats and stand nderway watches. - A , ill!! LEW Ili W' AW Ulf' M lu? ,W Th . 4 and gif' for h . mf of th . If hlghl boa . Crul . sion' ' f' div: 04 ,J fi if f D. E. Bowen E.R. Brooks Jr. L. G. Brooks Jr. G.L. Buetow M. W. Buefow P. W. Campbell M. Carrasco B. L. Coppedge D. W. Cross B. C. Davis D. E. Davis R. D. Evertf R. M. Faulkenburg F. H. Garland B. D. Grogan G. A. Hanson S. H. Hardwick B. G. Hawkins J. K. Hogan M. E. Holle R. S. Jarvis J. M. Jeffries D. L. Jones .A H. Keller C. J. Kidon . -,. ,-,-1... ' ' I9' "fa, ,Jr sygfg lr' M' 5? . ., 1 -9, V xx' ', .i -,fp !".,I, .. 4, SU V ',".- . ' I W W 1,1-4 M Z f 105' ,f :4lfii9ff:g.. iff? T4 .,.... ,..V... 3 6 A A A 2 1 ,.l, ,QT A"i V du- ii 31 f ff! J 'R+ lf ff 4 f, .. ' K . .P 5 "' , ,, . 1 '1 .- ff Q XG h in , x , TA K Z A 5 X If N 25 1 JJ? .51 ltr If ,JF Q., 4, N r " N ,,, M f K lf 6 v A S 'f X -4 X7 , N... il "T I 'T I '4 ' -4- . 1 , J A if 1 - . 1 ,f.,,x 'Y .v sys: fats , Q A k ni' in 'Gills . , 'Q fl 3 -p .. ez 'nv' 5 lg ,. 1 if , ,-Q-.2 A la '23'qp"l'1 'lf H' l dl .- as-,, ll" 'E , .-4. 3. ,.4lg,,..: - I A I V: Ag N Y Q., ,E A if 31 g 4 lc' .. Q 23" n I MN Q, ' fi 45: . . . 3,1 "' ' NZ SW ff if :ENQAE sl, Q' 6 E,-, mf., I-le V In 14-1 ...Nf .K All Wi? 'F"' Y. 3571 K Alf Xl i . J. L. Kimbrough W. C. Leith J. V. Lillibridge R. D. Marguardf J.R. Mc Numara H.S. Mc Williams J. D. Mills D. L. Mundanihol R. D. Niccum D. E. Norrgard L. A. Nunez W. D. Palmer E. W. Pankovits G. W. Pinson C. O. Ramsey G. Rudland R. R. Satterfield J. L. Schultz H. F. Sherman Jr. F. R. Smith E. E. Spears Jr. J. E. Spiczka K. L. Starkey W. G. Thibauit C. E. Thomas J. H. Thompson B. J. Tucker K. L. West L. A. Wheeler J. W. Younger 2 l 4 ' L 4 Q' u 5? Q. 7? a x l 5 1 l EM: 2 , THIRD DlvlsloN U Giving proper attention to the after third'of "TlCO" is Third Division. Because of their close attention to the area around the Fantail they are sometimes known as "' Keepers of the Backporch." J When an air-borne fighter pilot yearns for something to shoot at, Third Division streams the Spar about 1500 feet aft in the Ship's wake as a target. ,When there is a man overboard, Third Division provides the boat lowering detail, When General Quarters is sounded, Third Division helps man the gun mounts. They maintain the weather decks and lifeboat, tendthe' mooring lines and operate cargo replenishing and Black Oilmrefueling stations. The men of Third Division share a number of,ln Porthand Underway watches with First and Second divisionsi - 1 . ,F . Godfrey Greenway Hardy Heweff Johnson Karpen Lewis Marion Marlaft Martin Mc Conmel Morse Nelson '- T R Nuchols X ' J Roberts X Xa f--as i ! ! I l I ! i TDIVISION Q- "G " Division supplips the Air Group with ready-to-use conventional ordnance. To fulfill this'task efficiently, the division has been organized into four crews. The Armory Crew responsible for the properamaintenance and utilization of the Ship's magazines. They must insure the proper storage and inventory of several hundred items ranging from big bombs to small bullets, fuzes tojiimissile fins. In addition, the Gunner's Mates Ore charged with the rriaintenance and security of the Ship's small arms such as pistols, rifles, and line thrqlwing guns. The H'-'n9GI' Deck Crew must use skill and knowledge in the assembly Of aviation ordnance. Reliability, flexibility, and endurance are key. qualities of this group. fm':11e1hFIight Deck Crew coordinates the delivery of ready ordnance e e.evators to the waiting aircraft. The Bomb Elevator Crew completes the makeup of G Division. The :Zn ccfmrolllng The bomb elevators keep the bombs moving from the 9f'Zlf1eS,far below the armored decks, to their appointed rendezvous on the Flight Deck. in hq:N:e:"e" il'S shot, dropped or thrown from an aircraft, G Division and In getting it there. R. W. Mong G. W. Bucknell E. W. Butler B. R. Cannon fm, 5 57? 545' M. J. Chesebrough R. W. Church 24 R. A. Eggen H. W. English F. R. Erickson D. L. Eskesen J. P. Galvan M. E. Giedf G. W. Griffin W. Hammock R. L. Hancock T. A. Hansen R. F. Hortze H.T. Hebert M. A. Helmke J. K. Hendrix K. E. Hepler T. L. Herrick G. W. Hill R. L. Hutchinson :Jw - .wa W T. E. Cook V. Crews A. R. Domphier S. V. Downing f fi? mi. WWW? . -f,-11f22fQz..f.-.r,.,-, .,.Z.:,.'l' " QQQQDY' R , :V . f:z..z..f,' . ' .Q ,. . 43, J f K ip-vffz-z.1s:zf gr-73,,f,f1. 1-mf ' J ?4'fff.:,-4 iwt ' ix.. QI ei? N. . -L 8 ...Aa 1 - .. 4 if I Y n l i 1 l l A .Q 6 Q1-lk ff-re". f ' i ifkQ,f5g..x ws... ff X 12.2225 sm tx' +' 1 m h. .. A N ,Q-dl' X X X we W li .. A,,......-. me, ...4 .4 ws.. N. S. Kclpple W. E. Kowq A F. W. Kenney H. C. Knoke fwfr xml - Qi 'H '.F2'2'. 4 rf ' Y ws.. -4' f ff :fy Min. D. J. Kummerer J. E. Lloyd G. P. Lonien R. V. Loper J. D. Lyons R. Brown, Jr. C. N. Mortin J. M. Mc Coy D. W. Messer 6- E f K 'I fi " 4 Y. - . 1... lr., , jjj? X- ' . :gg . ' ,. ,gn .W W' , 71- 6 31. f., I X ,. .52 ,tx !...2..3L, y - .Q .. .N V 2 1 --f' sis? :J X1 f ' 'JS ' 2 .Q Q ,L :QA of . . 'ff M- it .--f-- 3 X' L1-ififkw Eff D.nn fill ' it 43.5 .-'k-. Y hifi 255 .-.,- ff-1 fm. . . iff Jss.. F A fi . '. . '.. s 51, . 523. . l MMI' '1'5Za':21f ' . . . k ,, -1 ..nn.. . V-W -n.--. i ' . nnnnnn f A Xi E. W. R. W. Moser Noeve M. K. Nelson C. W. Peterson C. D. Phillips G. E. Reynolds C. O. Rice J. A. Rose R. G. Rowe J. M. Sanchez B.L. Scott K. A. Smith A. J. Tinkler M. Triplett Jr. G. W. Turner H. Vigil B. J. Wernicke C. R. Williams ! GUIDED MISSILE Division D no .1 ,J" 6 o The " Missile Masters " -:of'GM Division are responsible for, the safe, expeditious assembly and delivery of air-launched guided missiles. They are a .proud group for they know they supply the Ship's f' First Line of Defense", the deadly "Sidewinder" 'and "Sparrow" air to air missiles and the powerful Bullpup missiles for closelair support. The division has various spaces assigned ,in which are stowed assembled, ready service missiles: On a moment's notice, day or night, GM division is ready to deliver "the goods " to "TICO's " Air Group. -V . f ' G 1- V . ' . Q. W fl gg, 5 Q mi l . R ig 3 K L i ' -Q - Ai, kr ,'k:,rr,,rr . A I A . . COIG f- 1 + 1... is T .xx G- A. Ham .. 'X it Q -1 K A Q K 9 --,. kr V F. E. Henman i X A if-xx .L . R R- ., , if , -K .X 1,,, , . fy R. R. Jones R. T. Hoffman K w 3,-iffi? P' K " " Y- ' .xf-. T ' T . if ..Qffi" .,w11'f - N I X Xr , K w .. sf AlR. 41 Q D. L. Kelly ,177 T. N. Kasper 2 any 'L j ff? -T . J. L. Sass E. W. Slmon IRR ann iv W. L. Schuppel R. D. Siendel O. L. Taylor C. R. West 2 fl' 1 . , v ff 4 5 X 4, 2 fi ef gf . 29 Q J- L ' ' 1 2-. . ...nap 52 'I V r 7 Q24 f fo' I 5 ' if Q , 5 wi? J ff 61 P' In f I .7 I 227 5 . 'FIFTH orvlsloN glil' 7h if 'A 9 . The Gunners Mates of Fifth Division maintain TlCONDEROGA's " Sec- ond Line of Defense", the five inch batteries. These guns supplement the Air Groups aircraft in the protection of the Ship against air and surface attack. T 1 ' Should a hostile aircraft or ship slip through our Primary Defense, they are greeted by the guns of the five inch batteries. They can also bombard shore installations, light up the night skies with star shells, and even iam radar gear by use of special shells. - The men of Fifth Division not only maintain the guns, but also the ammunition magazines and hoists used to store and deliver the five inch powder charges and proieictiles. T Vi i 5 i . U Q ,thi ik' K' G- 1 N Aa Ri ' A D. R. Hofiimun i P N- ,' i ,- . -A .- - ,Jff F.T.J0neS 1' wigs.. H-J-, hy' A A Z Q ii .4 AR K.M.Mc Cormick i 127' , i A k . R. " 5 R W.A. Melton f ' ' 5 S. Muscsik C. A. Nosh 'Q , 1 M 1' I lv I. a r Q 5 .XE D. G. Sfever1S0Y1 P G, A. Suffer D.D. Wemple L. D. Wright F In Yfxgaf 441' R. E. Raines J. M. Rice E. R. Shackleford A. K. Smith 4 2 Q 5+ ? X fre! ? 4 MJ , :..I'CL, 5 . . , . I . - .av K -3 'Se :H H' .7 F DIVISICN O T 9 l The primary tasks of "Fox" Division are to maintain, align, and operate the equipment utilized in controlling and directing the gunfire of TlCONDEROGA's seven 5" 138 cal. dual-purpose mounts. "Fox" Division's highly accurate fire-control radars have proven useful to many groups in many ways. Their precise Range, Bearing and Position Angle information is used by: Combat Information Center and Navigation when entering and leaving portp Aerology for tracking weather balloons: and the Bridge during complicated maneuvering problems in time of bad ,weather and low visibility. A ' The-Fire Control Technicians of Fox Division have the vital task of maintaining and operating the tracking and computing equipment used with our gun mounts. These guns are a significant part of our defense and as such must be properly and accurately, aimed-this is the iob of ll ll. V' ' . .P'?'s'l3Z?f T"' f Q' f' 131 " ' , ia Y J. A. Doddono -A . ' ,Xing U. G. Gerber IX ,. E ' E. T. Gimeno H . 41' - ' fi' A mv- V. K gn-5 'F' 3 K., -, ff 1 S. G. Grissom R. O. Hcmblin 0 S. A. Horton .. 'iq-, . - ' . -,, .L " I -, 2 Sf ' is f, ...N G.GG.r 5 fs ' A Li J C. T. Levereft Jr. L. M. Lloyd J. A. Miner J. F. Peftu R. T. Phures D. H. Ross L. W. Ross L. A. Sellers W. R. Sipes D. O. Sfoeckel H. L. Swarf P. E. Sworfs D. T. Szody K. D. Thompson J. E. Veosmcm J. L. Villone A. F. Wildmon D. D. Zabel , . - Gfvvvfw fzf - - , Q A If , .,' l.. . NL A A AW 231 X WEAPCNS y DIVISION The "W" Division is composed of technicians, highly skilled in the inspection, assembly, and preparation of specific types of weapons for the Air Group. All personnel of the division have oreceived extensive technical training to enable them to perform the complex tasks of weapon maintenance. 'Their daily routine is taken with the performance of the extremely intricate and complex operations involved in the testing and assembly of their weapons. Their proficiency is a necessity. 'The constant eftorts of all "W" Division personnel are an important confribufionl to the strike capability of TICONDEROGA., If .E 5, fi ' .ag . . if ?':x if EE LCDR R C Brandenburg L mn if 2x ,ll 32123 'Fl Q. ., , ,f I in . I, ,. -55:5 .1 '," 4 I 21475 ' NWI. l M. L. Gadbois R. K. Harris E. S. Miller E. F. Oden C. S. Raiunas A. M. Rasmussen J. S. Rummonds J. T. Sabol W. E. Shinabery R.L. Steele D. O. Strong J. G. Taylor G. J. Van Lunsen J. L. Varner P. B. Whife R. E. Hildebrandt C. C. Kampe D. F. Schofield G. D. Penner R. H. Anderson S. A. Burns R.A. Chamberlain D. G. England I MARINE nErAcl-IMENT , L I M 4 MSQ e l im? 4 Q A 6 The oldest mission of the Marine Corps is guard duty aboard a Navy Man-of-War. :lo fulfill this mission, TICONDEROGA Marines provide both external and internalsucurity twentyQfour hours, every day. Addi- tional responsibilities include organizing,'training, and equipping a Navy landing force prepared to conduct limited ground operations ashore. During GeneralQuarters, the Marine Detachment provides gun crews, radar operators,,and director and sector otticers. ' Whenever special honors or ceremonies are required by the visit of a high. ranking officer or dignitary, the Marines are on hand to do the x.,job4with traditional excellence. Y ' Cbrqhether it requires "spit and polish " or ,full 'field gear, the COUTVENDEROGA Marines echo the Corps motto +" Semper Fideles." 1 r ' ' ' , 5 r .Qt ,3 il 9 g J. M. Brennan B. M. Brennan R. B. Burton J. S. Church D. L. Doggett R. J. France L. W. Goulfer J. M. Graham J. L. Hammock D. E. Hendrixson G. A. Hill G. A. Hill NZ. - I AK,,z.4Cy ,, ',,..w wg .2 1, ,,, . fx: "0 4. . A 1 if . Q H. L. Jones D. E. King M. S. Kuzeppa T. W. Leach Lugo y quiros D. A. Malone 1 x A ij, lw l , xl 'R QQ- fa 523' -- S. L. Holmes R. L. Howard C. L. Johnson D. W. Jones fztfgw ,A ' V V A YT., x 114 'Q VQ 0 ' o in " I ,. f i I , X . , V f f K f 5. UA, r M R. E. Marriott R. F. Mc Hole R. E. Minchew G. A. Mitchem R. G. Nereim R.E. Pongburn Jr. H. L. Phenis T. J. Reed D. E. 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" 1 2' , Lf Q is gg. ,.,,. fe" 9 E 4 4 sf 7 . ,,, 'A 5 1 Q ' 5-1 DIVISION Equipage, Special Clothing, Ordnance and Electronic Repair Parts, Machinery and General Stores Material are included in the broad range of support provided to the Ship by S-l Division. A more limited supportis provided to embarked squadrons and detachments. In its 31 storerooms, located from stem to stern and from high onthe 02 level down to the seventh deck, are stored more than 30,000 line items of material with a total value of over ,S 700,000. ln addition to its other tasks, S-l accounts for the Ship's operating funds . . . amounting to approximately S400,000 annually, maintains a technical librar to Y assist in stock identification, retains the records of all equipage and I handles shipments or personal effects when necessary. F 1 C. R. Harding W.A. Hedger, Jr. J. D. Howell J. W. Johnson L. C. Jones, Jr. H. B. Klineline J.J. La-As H. L. Lefcher D. M. Mc Guire J. C. Mendiola R. D. Parana J. E. Richardson R. E. Roth R. D. Sabian D. G. Sippy Y. L. Skinner G. L. Snelling G. E. Tilleff T. W. Warren F. C. Webb Ag V ..25 .4 ,.. .,,L ff W 5 diff 'Z A Q-'51 lli J .,,,.,, ,,,Z'5..Zff,f. !,.,q.,. V , ,L L, V Y-cf-1if-4:-if-r-My-v2frii , P MF J -- 4. .-a' 'Q .iz .,p.,,. ..... . ,.-.2 .f . L ,,. Ai , ., ,R j. :J-lfffl, ' - ' ,ws Q4 . , ri' l...fi ' ii J' A iil L X KX Z n f . , J o - 241 -l. 1 ln it ll S 2 DIVISION xx if A sailor may leave a lot of things at home when he becomes a part of the Navy but he doesnt leave hrs appetite S 2 Division who man the General Mess will vouch for that Over 2700 hungry sailors are fed at least three times a day The amount of food consumed by the Tico Tigers to keep them on the Ime IS staggering. a ton of potatoes is consumed each day, more than 5,400 eggs are needed for breakfast, and at least l,000 pounds of roast beef, when served, is needed to satisfy the crew. A ton of fruits and vegetables is prepared daily in the Spud Locker to till the need for fresh produce. Each morning, in the early hours, 750 loaves of bread are prepared by the Bake Shop . . . enough to stretch the length of TICO's Flr ht Deck. The price for maintaining a well ted, happy, and healthy crew... about 51,000,000 annually. L Q. I 1 IA' , . 2, O. L. Keene J- Kennedy, Jr, J. A. King N- C. Leblonce S. A. Lucas R. Mcznns ,,,,e,, .QQ-+ SSW F. J. Deposifor ' fir gf, P. Gurule S. T. Diaz -H J H, - Q. M. Hcumpston if D. W. Duboe if J. E. Hogan B. D. Gicnnini W. G. Johnson T. E. Glbson A. A. Jose 971 MWYN' it Q' 3 A 7 NW QQ V' Q g I5 W1 3 ,QE 4 1 1 .gi fig? b.. v,g,,. I lf' H J. M. Marsh A. L. Mc Connell J J. Person , H, I , ,,.. . H. L. Raymond '22 3 " " ' A.C.Rc1snick L. P. Richter C. J. Riley R. D. Roderick J. A. Roderiguez R. C. Rutherford M. F. Schwartz W. F. Shelton W. G. Soloninka, E. Thomas, Jr. R. A. Thompson F. S. Truiillo F. A. Villarreal H.L. Waterkutfer J.B. Westpoint B. Wright M. Walker S-3l l il3lVllSION y 1 nyffn ll , htm X n or r" ,r . 4' - 2. . X S-3 Division lSales and sShip'syStorel is responsible for providing everything from toiletries to ice cream, tobacco to clean, well-fitting uniforms. Every man aboard the TICOQ' from Commanding Officer to the most iunior seamang is, served at som e time by someone from S--3. Whether it is the buying of a uniform, a haircut, or the repairing of shoes .these men are," on the scene." In many parts of the shipf: the Cobbler Shopi Tailor Shop, Barber Shop and- Ship's Stores, the men of sis toil endlessly. "Service '-'l is 'their by-word-" Morale ", their most important product. .U s , ' I , b A ' l ' y '- N, Bantolino C.R. Bedford G. E. Cloven V.E. Costello C.F. Crawford J.E. Dempsey J. E. Drake P. E. Easley H.R. Ferguson D.R. Flannigan E. Glorioso D.G. Harvey Z9 e A A' M Q, fi .0 4if5?,,"51f. " . . K . ,J.,L,wa.9,' A X ,,,, I 9 +3 Y X fu 3 , 3 1 ix' 1X f K ff N. '25 1,4 . .4 'QC , I ,W v-sun' gh F, . , 3 1 stef -W' ...-Q A NZ 1 1.- . Q . . . V rm? am, 4, . ,B - 1 Q V .2 '32 lx .1 W 135.1 , 'I 1 X7 -4 , V 4 . ..4. M - A .. 1 -:aa-Q11 - 4 Z E. G. Holcomb J. P. Loffon G. Long C. E. Manning R. M. Manalansan J. F. Mc Govern W. G. Misfler H. R. Mizer R. A. Montgomery L. Muldrew R. L. Nuese B. W. Odom 4 I f V , ' 'm, TF. . ,- sw , - ' " ,.? Y' - ' ' I .mf 144: 1? ' fiyyii .1-2-4?Yrf:.v -'A:fm:- 1-W .-,.wfMgQ ff QIWYIQHH' ,Qi 245' Zia: "' -'flzffy -2271.52 V- ' 'f. W ' 5 'G,1f2G:1:m:Q,1:!5gyfZl.3:2123 lqyyigz-, 1' if ff, f ' 1' sm-' .1m,4,1Q,- ' ,.,4 ,. f4.,,,,4,,4-,W V , ,X Vi Q27 I , f - :V ' ' JW! , - fl-'Zg':'ff'45iZ' 4199 f 'T , , 5011 mi 2.ff,gf,. X X X f f f , , wi , '91 2 'a ' A in o wa , 'Nl ,, . X ,. 5 , , A f if si N! I ' X K 2 ff! ...w .M ff 6 4 F, Yi , 1 1 M f wr f1M27v "Z f . 2 1 ,,L 3 , . , , es 'HJ' , ,ga ,, , , , ' fp wx ff -wvlgf? '-'M f " , iam 1 f , f ' C524 - 1a'Wfi . , , 1 -1 ,,Qja76,. ,, f . v. L, if? ' f A ," Q'K , " ' - f a wx f. MM, "W I ' ' A WZ.-ffm ,cfmslzcfb M.-1" S. rf T. F. Reid G. R. Rich D.A. Scholchlin J. E. Shecd R. C. Streiner T. V. Tamorio D. M. Thompson J. Uvero B.R. Wolloce G. D. Washburn C.G. Wefhington D. E. Yost s s-4 DIVISIQN -s-1 l 11 -:Z H Q if Q 1-Ti , -"Lf"-SL' "'1:-nl'1i- ii?-Z'- ' Supply l3 Disbursing Clerks with I3 calculators and I3 days, and what do you have? Payday! And once again the men of IICONDEROGA are 'able to make a good liberty, purchase exotic gifts for loved ones and friends, and supply their own needs. Disbursing has the responsibil- ity not only for the upkeep and bi-monthly computation of about 3,000 pay records, but also for the procurement and exchange of foreign currencies needed by the crew in overseas liberty ports. Twice yearly the office undergoes " transition "-the 'closing out of all old pay records and' preparing of new ones. This tedious iob requires about two months work onteach occasion. Money may be their business, but to Disbursing it's also just so much paper work. A' V t of rl' , x f Qt px 'J vt 9 Q Q f vp V A f J N. P. Liccmfo J. O. Muchisky R. D. Cole A. Ramirez T. P. Solheim G. Strickland X The Wardroom Stewards of S-5 Division look voluntarily to the needs of the Ship's Officers. These men work tirelessly to keep the OH'icer's staterooms spotless and dust-free. Others in AS-5 devote their time and talents to the preparation of food, or to serving' the meals in the Wardroom. Whenever the Ship has important visitors, they are guests of the Wardroom. In their iobs of maintaining the Wardroom lounge areas, and cleaning the staterooms, the.Stewards, through their patience, and hard,work, turn in a representative performance of a good ship which enables the Officers to spend added required time with their primary duties. Stewards must be prepared to meet any contingency! Flight quarters, a gunnery shoot, General Quarters, an unexpected guest, all requiresthat the S-5 personnel be flexiblein organization and operation. And they are iust that ! ,The Stewards do an outstand- ing iob in meeting " emergencies "" with efficiency. S-5 'contributes vitally to the morale and contentmentiof TlCO's'OHiicers enabling them to do a more proficient iob. , - - l Ei: ju-up-lui ' r?Xf1l N 1 , Q -AX . .ew R. F. lmpe H. L. .loyn riol es N. N. Johnson D. Membr Ol' W Mannery J T Morrls ?Z'1:SIf'fri4"': 4-'fig' ,!. I 9? 2 0' G Oakley E Potters E Robles OPI R. E. Ramos ig-fr, P P A Sunlao M L Shle lds 2. .5 ,. ,... I, A. Yalung B. V. Gilli S W. M. Mitchell A fq' ?""f'?. 3- o...., .... N 5.6 Division Q D . The primary mission of S-6 Division lAviation Storesl is to issue, at a moments notice, any spare part required to keep TlCONDEROGA's aircraft in "top flight " condition. Their storerooms provide support for cotapults, arresting gear, ground handling equipment, as well as .Flight Deck and aviator's flight clothing. On a normal day of operation at sea, the division will make hundreds of separate issues. In port, they will refurnish depleted stocks by the ton. Everything for aircraft maintenance, from providing a complete iet engine to a small rivet, is this division's business. l M. E. King A. P. Licud J.S. Lochicu, Jr T. H. Poisson J. O'Connor A. E. Oswalt E. M. Meyers K. R. Polenz L. J. Powell J. T. Robbins C. W. Rockhold R. G. Silvieus J. Sizgorich D. M. Smullen T. L. Terrell A. N. Tiongco J. A. Tomlinson J. A. Turner W. T. Worley C. A. Yaconelli - L f rv 6 ' 4 , -1 .5 ,,, rw-H., , 'eggs -",,j,' --i .af.+5.26L1zl 4- 5:73 1 JATL VNU.- 'Vl' YH . , , .854 WT -8 3 cu. 255 U0 , .5525 , are ..-- ,, A- , - ,,, MQW, ,g.:A,..-.Q-. .....,. - . gn My V- 1 9 F' ' .Q D , , Sqpollefgf gf thg dgportmentsg what o idbf q -A .- A 1 Q I ' . . 96,000 jegthktQ -'Cgifc-5'fo r,.g fo lclgqp,-'poIish,. 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