Toledo (CA 133) - Naval Cruise Book

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Q ee V15 'Wir-'iff-I-m 0-v-Q. ,, inf? : Western Pacific Cruise e June - November 19 9 To a Navy man, a ship's "station" is her as- signed place at any given time. It may be as specific as "ss exact spot in a moving formation, .X , xx. O or as vague a an entire ocean. But "on stationv meansxxbihe job, in the place assigned, ready to performing .R During her 195 ,Y ,est J 'se TOLEDO had a Cl varied i e i ' H -35 , 5 g ggc L y 'egy 'n n 5331? ' ,fe 8, 358 ii , , 1ag", ,U f Al', V, , . A if 4'N"':3: ',' 'bl' . V 4 : If V 'k l ilff fin i sghf yf i y to -. 9 . g "i ' OUT Aslan . . fhe . 9 . jobs assigned Q5f' 8d , ggvhq 5 t y N were 1 t performed well, ta .A 'tiiv at s 9 rett Navy, and a great nation. gr W yttf f triv, f fvrtfii ' In this account of her 1959 Westevn Pacific cruise we present . . . -3, 6 h.,5 , . 1 f ,N f rg f 1 x f F and on J une 9 gets underway for the Far East - A change of command in Hawaii: ui : Ji! v', I 'L 'A- Ham U ' ' t RADM A. G. Ward A becomes Commander Cruiser Division One E . Rear Admiral Alfred G. Ward Born in Mobile, Alabama, Rear Admiral Ward graduated from the Naval Academy in 1932. Upon graduation, he served aboard the USS NORTHAMPTON in the Gunnery Department. In 1937, he attended a course in Ordnance Engineering at the Postgraduate School, at Annapolis. He continued instruction at MIT and received the degree of Master of Science in Electrical Engineering. Rising to the rank of Rear Admiral in August 1957, Admiral Ward has served as commanding oilicer of the USS HOLLISTER, CRUDESPAC staff, COMDESDIV 102, and Commander Transport Amphibious Squadron Eight. Prior to becoming Com- mander of Cruiser Division One, Admiral Ward served as Deputy Chief of Staff to CINCLANT. Among other awards, Admiral Ward Wears the Bronze Star Medal with Gold Star and Combat "V", and a Commendation Ribbong American Defense Service Medalg American Defense Service Medalg and World War II Victory Medal. ffl -. fig 'w MW i' an Captain William R. Crenshaw William R. Crenshaw was born in Colon, Panama and is the son of Captain R. S. Crenshaw, USN CRETD. Captain Crenshaw attended the Naval Academy and graduated and was commissioned Ensign in 1937. After serving aboard the USS YORKTOWN for live years, he served on the staff of COMCRUDIV 5, as instructor at Fleet Virginia. He has served with NAVAMPHIBASE, Little Creek, Va, PHIBPAC, FADTC, San Diego, and as Executive Oiiicer of the TOLEDO. Promoted to the Gunnery schoolg and as Commanding Oilicer of CIC, GTC Little Creek, rank of Captain in 1955, Captain Crenshaw became Chief of Staff, Commander Cruiser Division One. Captain Crenshaw is authorized to wear the Bronze Star Medalg American Defense, Pacific Theater with 3 stars, World War II Victory Medalg Korean Service Medal and Korean Defense Medal. 311, 7222 f l 4 fl 1U N X M" Na+ Nl ll --C l:'i .L Eff mga-ia: Captain Elliott Loughlin While attending the United States Naval Academy from 1929-1933, Captain Loughlin distinguished himself as an athlete. He was a member of the All-American basketball team in 1932 and 1933 and was a member of the varsity tennis team for three years. Upon graduation in 1933 he was awarded the Thompson Trophy which is presented annually to the Midshipman who has done the most for the promotion of athletics. Captain Loughlin graduated from Submarine School in 1938. During World War II he commanded the USS S-4, and USS QUEENFISH and was awarded the Navy Cross, Gold Star in lieu of a Second Navy Cross, Silver Star, Bronze Star with V and Presidential Unit Citation. Following World War ll, Captain Loughlin served as operations officer, Commander Submarine Force, Atlantic Fleet from 1945 to 1947. This was followed by tours of duties, as Executive Officer USS ORION, Commander Submarine Division 62, and Executive Oiiicer U. S. Naval Station and Commanding Oiiicer of the Historic Ship, USS REINA MERCEDES, at the U. S. Naval Academy holding this billet until July 1952. He then served as Chief Staff Oiiicer to Commander Submarine FLOTILLA ONE, and as Commander Submarine Squadron 3. This assignment was followed by a tour of duty as Director of Athletics, U. S. Naval Academy. Prior to reporting to TOLEDO, Captain Loughlin commanded the USS MISSISSINEWA. M Commander John J. Haffey Jr. Commander John I. Haffey, Jr., USN graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 1941. Commander Haffey served aboard the destroyers LANSDALE DD-426, BAUER DM-26 and EATON DD-520 throughout World War II and partici- pated in the Casablanca, Iwo Jima and Okinawa operations. For service during the Okinawa Campaign he was awarded the Bronze Star Medal and his ship the USS BAUER was awarded the Presidential Unit Citation. In 1945 he assumed command of the USS DIACHENKO APD-123 which was followed by a tour of duty on the staff of Commander Service Forces Pacific Fleet from August 1947 until July 1950. ' D. C. In August 1950 he reported to the Bureau of Naval Personnel in Wash1ngton, and served in the Congression until March 1955 he was Executive OfHcer of USS PRAIRIE AD-15. F March 1955 until July 1956 he commanded the USS FRANK KNOX DDR-742. rom Prior to reporting to TOLEDO he again served in the Bureau of Personnel Washington, D. C. in the oflicer placement section. al Liaison Section until July 1953. From July 1953 Beach June un Sublc Guam Pear Arrlve Long Beach November W i f 1 . it if lk l, . .:'exlQ l o s i qv NX N . ' ANR 'W X df' .X ,, i 15-Au X -Rx "ff 'l",f '4 5:2 -.1 W V vnhw Mm si - . .. 55? - ---- ' ' I. V' vrrsayuvzw-5':"'i,m "E:-. X '5j7fQfB "'InffL X --7139 sky 2:11, S f N -if ,X I .gg ,mf .4-"1fkp:f'1,'! ,:l'y1ier',gi.'gX f-gszfgimggigi it Q X iwfifzzfiilwgl-uf 2,fi'll 1i'Yiefffs':riigqvgi 41 A 1-iff? fgilw "5" f'Uf6395?',' fi iiifliid A 71 lxkgkki-3. Tigvfxhx . KA . ffiltfl I H1-. I 51 .-,M,. Maw V A - - :us NN K fwfr f effll' rf if' f WMS ml441-itMiNeUfTK"'77r- RYYQXX it is ff lil A yliJ'Mi,,iiE!'i5Q1!j ,hliyxf I-NilNzYgRdQ,f'1'fA K-term, -, " . iffw r AM' wif----i. JW -NW-Y"'ffxi xx it f' ,ify lyryilrp li XM Q ff 11 Ely' rw fu AVN ll Jn ,A 2 Ei 9 , M In will' 'og we ' 1 l il li 'c 1 W XJ 1 in x .11 1 V7 A Hawaiian visit before a West-Pac cruise is like having one's dessert before his meal. TOLEDO spent live days in this tropical paradise, now our 50th state. TOLEDOmen discovered that Waikiki prices Weren't designed for Navy pay scales, and most eventually sought the economic security of the service clubs. f .s. F , TOLEDO VISITS HAWAII ,Au nv war We fl ww, . nm -......,...., --.... w.. '56 '---..,..v ,ww -.-,W , MN, XM m.. ,- 49" fr 3. ,f fx 1 H E f I K , ' wx L, "Wim: , W f -. . , - , y 'M , 1 , - V , ' 1 ' W, ' I , , T L, ,, . HA! Q.-A V E f ' ' f ' :- f f I 7 ' , -W ' .gf,,m - We '. ,, . X' ,Vf 1',:, , i, , k -- f , M, 43311 . A - -vw 4 :,,-' ' K 'f 'YW - .QV - Wi. fix- Vi: W il H , A W K - ' I J ' -Q -gzz we 1 A L . A ' 1,51 V + zsrj ' 313A-f-fi L- "fygW,4 - . ' 'f fl , ' ' A , . 'A 'hiv X X -E M4 f . , 1 W 5 ,. V' ,. ' .- , KM gift 'MV A f 'I A ,i Ay' A-1, 3 'WM' KM V , ' ' ' ' ' . , . ' 1- f-M ,., ,,, U ' , ,h. K M f I Y A 0 Y ,, ,s K . ,J ,W , ' ' A R N.. K ' ,wi f-A' Q ' , . 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L , ' W . w ,y M , mx Maw, fl' , x V' i f ,W 'Wi Q25 1 V, .F -:Q .wa - vw , A If km, ,fy and prepare for the long cruise ahead OKINAWA xxx XXX 3 X X vs S J XXX n it 5 X' X tl lifllllfllllliill JW XX ix lx will YW Xl QR! X My wiht w N 3 XX N lx x Xgi f., K J Mil Brmlilwlif mi Okinawa is the principal J 7 hundred miles south of apan. island of the Ryukyus chain Hve Of her population, 40 thousand Air Force and V derive their livelihood from the Army, Navy, remainder are largely employed the "Keystone " of the r important strateg A , li Marine installations there. The EW in primitive agriculture. Called if Okinawa ranks high in ou Ml: Paciiic, ic locations. Vx KX ll X 'J X Toledo finds ga.. 4-4. 'W fi? 'C V 3 4 3 e 1 5 i I 1 E S i 1 4 Y i i Still primitive 'JFPQV' f':",,, , 'aff-fnzxr. "M 'May "' BMW. , . . f'-ffiiw-T, 452:60 '-vb P u ' A :. , , LMEY1 V-nfiff, , 3""""f g-,giiwg-V2'w L. 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A man touring the Qrient Seeks entertainment ll K 74,1 O . 1 A n 1 4 6 if 1 A E s l I f K: I I ' I x ' x 'Q P 'I 5 V1 P I I K from Sasebo to Yokosuka H IV!-I 90884 877825 DDE577 they're Waiting for us. NEW TDM? lov e EVERY me:-n 8.00 WELCOME CA 13 TRC? Sme, uxxxx We have division parties -K Y , 1 'Smit and private gatherings. e,l The food and Customs are different I but We quickly adapt ourselves - e vw . P There's always something new to see T,,,..-v--"-45' i or to buy 4 vw,-s weighs KN 1 + T., el WM ma gl If 1 bi Q' .Xf- OI' to laugh about 4 fm I 1 '4 Y 1 1 1 xl Xu I 5 l 1 . 4 l 4 4 1 1 l ll 1 1: IU 1 IN 1 gn In fa' fx ii. 1 la 1 +1 ,E , .M Aa 1 2 v : ? 31 l L. ' , if ' , Q l yd' 1 wi? iw: L l I X .4 , . IAA R QQ - f3f l - , Aiiv Q. . . , l's Q xgj 5 . s-,,,. V 1 ll ,Y ,fc EAM' , ,No ,4 .r N. I' ' 4 q .gg 6 a i. SI. .KB -, ffl, fx V 1 'S . f 1' - -:4 0 '-HX xi xr 5- M3 " v Ii"f V .cf ,, T Japan is unique Ground zero and culture center Gs, ,,, at Nagasaki Toyama castle The Women are beautiful 5 the kids irresistible PN! ,7 . 4,-.aug P' hd' V 4A K f 5:5 - 'D XFX'-N rw 'N JN f fix .2""-5 2 E1 ' Nw: " 2' W srl f ww . 4-1 , Ulwwx. iw ..,' 4.4-.-.-...xv - - V- M' '1 Raw ' 341505 Wx Wm., ' -x fi' Xua--"' ' We are sorry to say sayonara Japan ,i,1,,,,...,.,i--..?----1- NA GKOG .i x 552 ,.ji.',5' JIUSDI5 KU. vii I, 1 Q' it vim X X l f-5,-' tix . 4 T-4' IJ! I Q 1 K XXII' 'Rx i"eQfi',:gf ig 'EA .f 7.3 -. gal' 4 N x E ,fill "fig Il, ggzgff , XA if fa l if it ffl l , l i t ', 'Q ,41 f64S 1 ilwfiv f it fs., of 'X -X , - - ' 1 -. fe- A i -. f .- ,f . gp 4- MUJJII -I ,Q ummmnm if ix x tmi f nfl Vi 119. Q, ,X ,te A Q i it rg J Y ...-... 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Hong Kong is a free portg here the craftsmanship of the Orient and the manufactured goods of the West are available in abundance at bargain prices. Navy men save for months in advance of a visit here, and few leave without spending all they'd brought. A visit to Hong Kong will always highlight a West-Pac cruise. ?'f"i'5's , Z 5 .MW 'Nw . 5: A A . V? s 5 ,sQ'f,Wm.RmX , HN V 5 X mw i fs, wnmqgw Q' - Q I Rmb g V lf K M www 5553 2, Q Q wf rf Q 9,5 5 3 3 9 Q E 5 ,aiglii QSM E Q was by V Hong Kong ,lf , 7 M,Q,,,, ' ' W 1S a Clty of - , ,g5g.,...g,w-ff1e5v"""f , NNN .. 'C W I, M- , L, M H W, V7 Qxgfff W ' ' ,, , ' N Q ,,,,,Q-Lm,.,, . ,, f-f f 5 1 V, f 7, f wwf: J M. .Lwjuzyl y Y ,Al-A fir, , I X 9""',,mf,f ' Q., 'V IQ? Miwfgfl ff V' LIN'-qQ,,,:W .f M nl V' ,W . . !., , 7,15 ' f H W ww ,jf ., ' ' CO1 1tf3StS. ' J ., '- I ,...7f,,.,,,4, ,fm , ,, ,. My ., P .wr y VMWA. 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X L! , uv J I ig Q, ii E l S b 1 f i E x 1 3 ily i and new HQ W3 my ' The old Q E and poverty the Wealth 3 r e 1 Y 4 1 n 1 .Il IIVC S1de by s1de ' wx 5,-by TWO million Chinese prefer this to Communism 1 I I V E 1 f l ISHS 555:11 N q U Q 1' 'Q 'fe Tailored clothes are a favorite buy Bargins are the rule W, A V5 GREATA ANGNI g Snv qh, , V A' Q QX 1 u I L E ., , Q -x . A 1 5 ' R Y : - 'T di, H ' ' , n sk lixx 2: ' J? In fx n , u x n X .4-L I b XX 1 C ll I 104 ll XX f '04 i 040 IZ 1 W ' w Nf In . H ,K A, ' ' AQ, , ... 9 I u I P if --2-fm2Q.Mff1ff,, ' suntan." ' . 'lo Q 52? ffm. ?g1sf1-img-.,,iya ies Ein Furl: k There is much to see I LWAM- "" 1-1 M. fa' My " to admire H . A 'f Q-fmmms I 1 ,ur 4 f f - , , Q f mg Lg, W M9 ' 1 T X f O 7 , 'f ff, 7 F a x 9 1 s 9 E I i. vi PHILIPPINES 1 q nl9""' f X7 N'-"' W M75 ff! ,,,,.....--f- --QT An independant nation since 1948, the Philippine Islands still provide a vital link of our global Naval bases. Much of the sight seeing to be done concerns grim reminders of the Second World War. A liberty conscious people, the Philippinos are determined that never again will their islands be found indefensible. . F W, N Us f M A, Ml I V ! I M1 xwl' 4 Q 1? f mf Q, gg .I Q' 4 INN N . f ew 5' 5 l4 ? ' .V if' .ll 'x Vw 113 ' 1 e Eh' H - H 5 'lg 5 5 H' 5 1' QW ,N 'MM ? I N! 'E I l 1 I. I ! 1: 1 l Philippines' attractions are varied . gig ., 5 A ,,.-f X A 21, XY 1 XV X - f f X 'LY T KX , , .- Mm-umvwwm mxawwmmwpwx I i my w H 7 x .1 ff, 'HM' we N 7311: J' Q ,W wwf We never tire of Shopping or sightseeing ,llli H!! - -' ' ' il ,,:., , A. ' 'K ' M M m 'K "" T ' , 'f w,f' n . 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Preparations for our visit here Were elaborateg our stay will be a long remembered one. s I ,si I I I 'I I I 5-I 5' I I' I I I ,I I I I Nga - I I , Ili I ,I . is lip. I I ll It II l I Q I I Ii! 5 IIII !, Iva III, II III II II III- I I I f I IIIII I I I II II I II I II I gn I I II I I f I With a fascinating history x 1 This proud new nation V I ,J x E1 " I P' ix! W 2, few f I f, f fe m A, I5 ' we 5? A 'M' Mm , . 4 r ' it ' f W 1 W r f' A ' - , V ff . ' ,, X K -' uf 4' f If V, yvle W , , fafff 2 " , Dwi "' " 1 ' , W . V 1 . lqula .', f,"i"1f 1. ,,.1w, M M. , - W . k7,gV,i,H7-W AW- A, Y V, ' V in .if - My ,,,,.,x,:'-I N , I 193 Lfwgmf ' , V, I I 4 f ,.j. 4-.4 . ... - f 'N 4.4-ff'f4fy.' ff, f . ' . f - War memorial to the ,fight for freedom X 4:1611 is destined to be a leader in Southeast Asia 'A X , I Q s 5 a as, i ia 4 in .fwzgyw M .,G,fi. 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S' Q. i 4 . 1 I xi M V I I 1 W I Nl 1 i 3 .5 .N .x. 5 i 5- V' T i A Zz , 1, Toledo spends nearly two days ON STATION at sea for every day spent in port. H1 2 -4 E + Time is marked W by passing Watches Y wi' ww and uneventful hours of Qi' ,f ff. v +33 3472 1, Q f ,Q l b 3 ' X ix fix N gxx if LX ,NX ,K Mx NWI! CC 79 turning-to Every man has a job and a responsibility J l We refuel ,J Z WS. Q F Ji? " s 4 494. ii ,ggi 3 va xg? UP " -4. 1 . g 7 , . ! fg 4 ,,,,,,R a I iqwmanmhw - is + M W' wr- xww X X Wwmw f-"1" M491 XKXXXQXQQKWKB I K f ,M 1 ,, , 4, fxum ASXNS H, d replenish stores 1 'Q -f f nl, V Z ' , W ag ' , v A 3 . 7, 1 7:24 , V w P ' ' ' , f "" . 2 5 . 'V Y MH . Q ' W 1- ' " " M , f eg ff. ix , .," y-pf X 1 ' f' gf Q X KC 1' Q A , , Q9 xx ff ,W,M ,gm, M f' ",' A Y xfiz'-Li! - E k -:1 mf' 14,1 2 my f ,J By constant drills and practice We stay pre 'WNAMQW g IEE ed -uv--f Q tl" for the day when there may be no time for practice. 5 1 5 w -vw-e, , 1 I f . VA 7 '94-'x1, , I , ,., 1 , ' , ff ,ff im' J , f ' ,aff f' V I 1 lr 1 'i '1 Life can be prett routine at sea , V and We're thankful for entertainment and letters from home B"N-LN. K The fantail Sees plenty of holiday routine. I 1 , I 1 E Y' 4 N- X jf' W JMR C N Tn V':L-L Lad M . ' 1 - J 1 R 4, P H' 3 -QM -"' - C l --. fli- lv- J - L f A -x 4 - 'i - ,MA K A, mi MM-. ff' I Y T i -I ..J - ti . .A .. 1 i' .-,..... 4.5 A ....,,f"" 'Q 'MT' "fbi "'1' -lffff - 'Y I Know 'fhey Sdati you Cgqkd Sunbcrthe, but .... yu il 1 W 1 ,W A ' . E, I I A ' ' fj 1., , - A , X A Jf' , ,L.. - . A ' 1 , W, ,153 , ',"'V., f iff 11 ,. H 21 " 5 'Q 1 .x X L 1 me V 2 , 1 1 5 I. The fodsle sees some action too. Bu- ,ada-r,,,,.,. ide.,-,v,W. roup discussions cover subjects vital to each man Xxx, 'S X X KX, f ff Sunday means turning our thoughts to Him, For We are the people f His pasture, and the h ep of His hand . PEGPLE TO PEOPLE S, YQX V Eu X 45, xv. in X as i . v' N - X- . K .,+X page-1' 1 i Q 2 ' JA wigr -1g k, gxi ,D X sn.,'.4ggg.v , 5 g -I., I: K Q' Qs gig? 'llsx Ny , X Q 'X' f ell? 'QfgT5Y:"!? r A -1 is 'X , 1 ' f 'Nadi' ri 'R . aa.'Qlwf , 1 rf' Af " ' N Af221ra?:Q' JP' HZ? ' a 1:53.19 XxJ .-Z 'lx f ' 3X'llNXXf J X4 Pa. J V v 2151 fil l xl T -2, Y? ' .Fv.,'gEE,' , E I ' Today as never before there is a need for understanding between nations as the Free World faces a power whose favorite device is to propagandize uninformed peoples. For this reason one of T OLEDO's important missions is to show our neighbors overseas a true picture of America, her people, and her ideas. In each port we visited, as many citizens as possible were invited to tour the ship. In several instances, our guests had th rtunity to go to sea wlth us. ' Thanks to TOLEDO and e oppo. . other ShlpS like her, the word " Amer1can" means "fr1end to many thousands of our Asian allies. J-'WJ 1-EEZ 'sv ' 1- 'K ,fn-.K ..,,m 'M N 1 5 W 4. 3 XX 2 xg -f lil x Y Qyf 3 We mi QMQKK! L H ,P X4 X X x Y 9 11, I x ,K 8 W, EQ 'W f gs. F 2 3 fo 5 L , 5 A 4-R"-,. V ,A, o o o W Q ,, 11 fQ,.fQM-,M 4 Q fmwg- f f QQ-vyf43!,V,,,f,., ,f ,W , X ,570 ' GMM, M Toledo hosts the ,.,,, s mm of Willy 3 f. .. 'S'-N-Y- 'f-N. ,RNMSX 'fi a 'X 7 sb Y f f' . f HQ W v ' - ' m. N-x i? A BH 1. ' www: lk Q -K , N 'Q 'f am ' WSP K E , SS W ,uw ' f . aw., 1 I F f l LJ I I 5 leaders of today Ari' b 1 flaw' ' f' ui ,, wg ,- A W' W- N1 ' W 1'-.W :F rs .5 x 5 Il Q gg D5 .xxrf 5 F tomorrow i An important part of our job is showing W' 'mfi - fmauww M' --'1',,,.1 ' ' - " 'M ,A H ff? zixw , . x f""" our Asian neighbors part of the " American Way i' ,AW 5 El Y 4 1 'J E, H u 4 'I 'I 4 . I f . . i 4 The results are .4-bi OVW 30,000 japanese enjoy music by V the COMDESFLOT ONE band during our tour. e l""' more friends for freedom. Toledo presents a drinking fountain to city of Hakodate. U 5 of Toledo drill tearn thrills an audience of 16,000 in Toyarna. Volleyball garne with university students in Toyarna. My fi ' ,,,-.-, 4 e are mericgns . 7 ' 'LAW If ZW Xxx My SYN N wi WW ...fi S, 'f' ' 1 A . 9 'l 5' ' - ' 1 '4 4' -v.' -' -,14..,--, M- .Q 4-in .3 -y 17+ 91 mx A-. -n ,wgfv 0 'E W W K -' ' B ' A -fb' ,A X' ggi?-N V ' 7 - , Q if ,I I My ,V f. Nwmgx, x 5 7 ,- .,f I A .5 -- 5. X .1v1'vr:-AX ' f , ,, Saw .x A- V Hy . E rv A VM ! .X "lf as We go, so goes America , W , i WMM 'I f ,, ,tj L ,.,a-fg,...- if 1' 'L ' ff 'W-1, QW S-VY? W t V : li If ,l tif ri 'I 43 l W ' , i It E .ti tl n A EM I Il gn lg! W N1 M, 1" 5, Y. il 't 'v As in any cruise, there are certain events that We'1l always remember. Who Will ever forget the "shoot" when every mount and turret Won an "EMP g CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS l? August 1959 Dear Captain LO!-lgh-lin: Congratulations on TOLEDO's outstanding gunnery performance. Such exemplary shooting is the product of intensive training under highly skilled leadership -. and is an indication that morale on TOLEDO ' highest order. In Wiflfling Es on each gun turret and each five-inch mount, you have set a magnificent example for the entire Navy. Such a record reflects hard work and fine teamwork by all departments on a "can do" ship. ls of the Please extend my .congratulations and sincere appreciation to all hands for this outstanding indication of superb readiness. Keep up the fine work. Sincerely, fffif ARLE BURKE Captain Charles E. Louglllin, USN Cormnand.-ing Officer uss Tor'-too CCA-1339 Care of Fleet Post Of fice San Francisco C ' , allfornia M B Mount 53 prepares to add its "Seventh " hashmark. An outstanding performance by all hands Mount and Turret Captains, Row 1: McCloud, V. W., GM 3, A 535 Milby, A.W., GM 1, Turret Illg Emielita, L. J., GM 1, Turret Ig Foster, P. Cnl, GM 3, Mount 569 Connors, H. Cub, GM 3, Mount 52, Butcher, C. L., FT 2, Secondary Plot. ROW 2: Dominguez, A. P., GM 1, Turret llg Tolbert, J. L., GM 3, Mount 515 Ober, R.M FT 3, Main Plot, Lawrence, J. L., GM 3, Mount 55, Yancy, C. D., GM 3, Mount 549 Not in Picture: Day, W. B., GM 3, Mount 515 Clark, T.W., GM 3, Mount 53. 0 9 .QT 1 J ewel K of :ll ' V S f -'79 .f -" f 1 W' , X Toledo relieves Los Angeles at l f S621 N and operates with the Ranger during the Formosan crisis as -...4.......4.. ,w 44, 'N rg l I li ' s'f f W w mx fl wr, l .E w, ,Il M 1 l w gl 41,1 of 1. 'ifg V IH' HMI o w . 1 ' N 1 V flop W my il 1? if! "Now they won't be no tomorrow, tomorrow. Tomorrow will be the next day ". w 'A we 'j We cross the 180th and celebrate the 4th of July at sea. L, ,ooooo M o,'o 1591 "ooo ff 'oo'o A LT Suwa, IMSDF japanese destroyer escort Ikazuchi. Our operations varied in nature -fi ,N i gi They said it couldrft be dorze. r x W X J , , ,Q A' r be s 1 ,Z Allied teamwork saves Taledoman. jack May, Seaman, narrowlv avoided death by the shijfs making a high speed rnn to Toyama for him to be operated on by japanese doctors. Admiral Dykers of " Silent Service " TV rides Toledo. ""'w They are evaluated by the ojjicers The midshipmen come on board for training! and DEPART ,lu 1 iw' at W, lui ,H - lp .N ' ii ,r , it Q V ,555 p L, im ily tim .W H 1 t gm nf , 3 l ml TOLEDO reaches the "hab'way point" of the crnise with appropriate cerernony. G Telegrarns exchanged between the ship and the honiefolks, and a special crnise is 1 , W given for dependents of servicemen stationed in japan. I. 1 il 11 t. ,, 1 - - it F N -7' ' Xffff w rrrs 1 W " 165 i QF ft E 1 t,tt N xiii fffv s is QM 4 . . X099 K KT. A ,.t Z 7,0 IVG To - X 3 ff se c 5 , Q9 at 'W fc, fx V vi i r XSS' '."tt s',th. f wr 4 f' ff, ' 70 7 r ' ' 9 62897 Cya? as 7. A F5965 4047? T L500 7, ' IUQ4 ' , I ' ' 15 NV , :9 ,gf 'W 544 . ffm X I C5 ssxiw , N9 W xyaf?'5 1 " Url N- Ulm Marg G 771, M YNNW N5 1 I 'K HO? I KAN? VX' X mtv A NISVG Tl '- S I-Firn f ' ,B MA- Lg,x,05 Qxqxkix' 'S XAQY ' " N fools ' , GQFQQ H2940 X in wk Ev' QA .AXLYA vpwijwvy K M4500 I file? JK IO Ifllfl qi M r ' fm XSQ Vx, 'Q knx V ., A, 'SI wh" has W 'Q dxf' is . -,n Y' :I WX' E , 2 We think of horne. E 'M F Lg YQ -.V I '7' Toledornen's birthdays are not forgotten on cruise as each man receives a " front of line " pass front the chaplain. This pass entitles hirn to go to the front 1 of any line on his birthday. V VW! fs 1 My TOLEDO's thirteen birthday is celebrated by tivo of her plank-owners, lblilby, A. W1 and Gardes, G. A. on October 27. -f .tif ik 4,.a, lg, I .I iff: 5 1 ' i 4. .kgiw AL ,Q -A SOFTBAL Bailey, V ROW 3 : i , A .aug . 5 I W I E E i VOLLEYBALL TEAM: LTJG R. E. Corsnitzg LTJG D. W, Q Kimball, LTJG B. V. Bridges: LTJG J. A. Elliott: ENS C. R. Pogue: ENS G,L. Blackburn: LTJG H. D. Roberts I P I Neptunes's Knights, Skin Diving club g' ROW 1: Kangas, R. P., Orr, N. H. g president g W. L. Davis OINC g Gauthier, R., vice president 3 Wakeman, J.I., sec-treasurer: Hudgens, D. H.: ROW 2: McGill, R. D. : Coyne, W. G.: Donisi, D. E. 3 Gibbs, R. G.g Nye, F. B.: Mays, T. A.: ROW 1 3: Riley, L. D. g Burdett, D. R. 5 Buchholz, J. H. g Not in Picture: Wood, D. F. 5 Cribb, B. C. g Hamilton, J. E.: Sturges, R. R.: Zakrzewski, R. V. We play various japanese teams and find sports to be a common gronnd for friendship. i. i I 1 G gg, Members of Etc TOZed0's Stoffkclub ' i l ,I 'L l i iw . . All mcezve congmtulatzons Ml from Captain Laughlin I l'Q K vi lil JUNE FATHERS: Thomas, G.E.g West- K' lf! over, M.R.g Hinkley, R.E. Jr, Hayhow, V, ' ,,,' i U E.H.g Capt. Loughlin 3 , 4' ..v:f las' f AR ml? M H I Lou ghlin. s l 1 AUGUST FATHERS : LT G. F. Siljestrom g Carlson, C., Pruden, B. R., Harrison, J. C. Porter, A. L., Barnes, J. V., Blankenship, W. E. 9 Capt. Loughlin i I Wia w ' L Vv.. -V I M-:ti-My M-N ,, ' Mrk" ' . X, ---' 1 mga' 'gh V I W"'4, M .S af .H I:'g, rf Q. " ,A if . in it ,, , A lg. -' 'f .. I ' .1 , ff " l ' f ifi , .RI , -, 1 4 N f W SEPTEMBER FATHERS V . Y ,P l XL M 4 g burn 5 Bailey, V. g Gray .Q i f Mallory, E. P., Smith, E. . LTJG J. A. Elliott, Capt. ....s 'l ' E .li ff s..i KIT , f 1 Q ll I. H ifi i 1 W .K K If lji g -gzfltlkllil ' f - v . 1. 5 gig j A ,- f ' K . I if 9, JA MA, if JULY FATHERS: LCDR R.L. LaPlante Liscotti, D. E., Grazier, D.E. 5 0'Neil, D.G Beard, C. E. g Stiegelmeyer, R.L., Capt : ENS G.L. Black , F. H., Rude, R' K. , Godwin, C- Loughlin K fk 1 FACTS 3, N. R!" 0 , x I sims, sw, 1 qw, 1 ' I L "1" ,J 2 ll ' ll Milk in , 1 1 A lf! 'lr 1 1 1 li lfillllilllf l 1 ffm i W fl 45,15 rg Liilitlllmx 11111 4511 ' 1' it X -l'l"-if Www ,,l,, t1,,i k11,,,l,,,:,,,n'i 1r 1., tx lr db , nn u., iw, MQW JW! 'Jil if " 1 1 A A' i X ' lf .1 I' it -is 1- . -. 3 A HQ s ' it . , x BN? 'AW 71,5 if? 1 I X SV bxgrt' EQ at . 6 r Q., X Q , w N Q ,gl E X s s s 5 X mild, X S 1 mfffflmft ff' sg? 'Nw Yi ' I 1 P W.. -new-4 If -4. 4 , --.Q . -'19 ft 3? 1 J . 1 1 ' !'! I ' Mkt , .4,A .:--: .LLg:.,'7,:,, : v s -,L-. Q. X 1. . i FIGUR -'G5i'i I g t S 1 1 ,H g Q s 31, it. at ,K 1 ' ' fm" ' 'wif I ... 'isis Departed from United States Returned to United States 9 June 1959 25 Novembe Number of days of cruise 167 Number of hours of cruise 4,008 Number of minutes of cruise 240,480 Number of seconds of cruise 14,428,800 Number of days in port 74 Number of days at sea 93 Pounds of mail received 9,328 Pounds of mail dispatched 7,339 Number of seven cent stamps sold 55,110 Number of crew members 1,077 Number of vistors on board 15,000 Total amount of money paid crew 5 1,390,000 Number of miles traveled 33,652 Number of gallons of fuel used 4,912,710 Total miles steamed 33,652 Number of meals served 497,184 Number of birthdays 448 Highest temperature 97 Lowest temperature 60 Northern most latitude 41-8 N 10.7 N r 1959 Southern most latitude The Heart of a Ship I :-i i it 'Q 1 1, .A '- I 1: - , L w a . '. Q ., 'i lf 3 - ? 1 of ' x 4' f 1 v- x . I - Q .4 'VWHQ I A' xx'-X Eb'-55345311-55" ,V A' Iffff t sv? 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R f I if ,I A, A g',:..v 3' M5 ' xvf' Jg9f-fjxgk X A - XX . 1 i f aw- .-.af , vi :vi . -ss HGQFJJQIX Wg. X y W ' VMHM i2!!vM::ue5:f2fQ.r.f 1 ff ,vw 'W' 'F-N X' 1 Q- Ns. ' 14" ff!eWfi9?23JE!5?jQ1ijgg1REgiff!ii5i2::11222f3Q1A22223 'Xi hx' A M 1? HW'-'t .:vrififfI4iii'6ge?5i12',g .W . . W ,414 i 'a IW 1 rx! t i va- if at i gf ,155 41.44 auf ?5.,,9g,g,4gQ5e,,,?f,gi,a'5vX.-55, Pa if ,l,- fugfbyy' ybfgffi A gi: ,2gggglig.-1,15 ffgslz1.aaay?lgg5QM3i55g:yr jfiiiillt y I f, 'li N, ' W1 an faf V - 1 i fiifwikfefw-g!!rerf'f'fkz s - f Without her men a ship is but a mass of inani- I , is ff -M5551 X ' rf' e"':, 'Im ,4-'ll "" . . ' f v iivf' 55 1' 'rwxlhfff' fx A mate steel. It IS her men that supply the brains, the pulse, the guts, that make her a potential War ,'1,,,'H,u.fg,,,1n I f H J X machine. I "' 'J " ml ' In carrying out TOLEDO's mission, her crew has demonstrated the finest of spirit and cooperation, 6 making TOLEDO the mighty man of War that she is today. 'wa YI' f H5?bliu"il ' if mww4+,'f,: Z. f f525.f:II- f "" v ' - ------.., Q-.-gf 1. i fi fe P4 M 14 +95 - ff Q n . I ' I if 1' IE 4. v ,. V1 A 1 N ij 5 ' A n ' , ? ! Q f 9 1 I Her Men STP. RN Commander Cruiser Division One and staff, , QQ 5 W W ,S ' I ,W mxxwsef ri - 1 V ,IW Mmm! ' , - -1 Considering the complexities of modern Warfare, it is inconceiv- able that a Warship could oper- ate independently of her sister ships. The admiral and his staff are embarked aboard the ship in order to co-ordinate the surface attack force. The flag deals with problems that are greater than TGLEDO. LTJG D.J. O'Connell, Asst Air Def Cic LT C V Lavin Flag Secy LT W R Martin Flag Lt.g Capt. Johnsong Radm Ward LCDR M E French Air Def CIC LT O C Chisum, Gunnery 8: Readiness LT R G Cooper Communications . 0' J 4 I .T ROW 1: Graham, H. D., McCormic, D. E. , Kuhljuergen, D. A. , O'Callahan, J. J., Martin, W. R., Emery, T. R. M., McMillen, B.P., Phillips, A. F., Clements, G. R., Cerasuolo, P.C., ROW 2: Ladao, B.G.' Napoles, P., Patterson, A. J., Guerrero, L. F., Samontie, C. S., Posadas, P., Mojica, V. A., Johnson D. D., Racimo, E. A., Guzman, C. P., ROW 3: Ausmus, D. L., Wingerter, J.J. Ir., Thornton, S. P., Sperber, S. S., Noel, J. W., Scott, A. E., Kincaid J A., Chord R.J Jr., Budd R C. B h R. L.' , . , . , . , as a, Alambra,L.B.,ROW4: Shr P.N.' ' ' - ' e man, , Riley, L. D., Vanvalkenburg, E. J. , Lindell, L. K., Tranchi- tella, D., Subert, L. A., Malm, L.D., Newsom, G. R., Nichols, J. K., Not in picture, Crowe, LB, el ,tim it it it 1,151 1.4 F dlvlslon ROW 1: Hollingsworth, R. N., Johnson, LT., Mancini, E., Covert, D.P.g Northrup, C. V., Brodsky, R. D., Baird, T. M., Schaff, V. S., Stiegelmeyer, R. L., ROW 2: Barancik, M. J., Mondragon, E. M., Warner, J.L.g Moore, J.M.g Schroeder, T.F.g Hitchcock, D.E.g Villarreal, A., Lohrmann, W. H., Santos, D.D., Salcedo, A., Burroughs, R. L., ROW 3: Norman, F.J.g Harris, J.H.g Reishus, R. L., Hullme, G. A., Tebo, T. H., King, R. A., Hasche, M. J., Mclean, R. J., Adams, G. L., Smith, E. K., Not in picture: Rhodes, D. R. X, .. .wk A, K., . 5 X vyl . 1 iftw 'W . A gf' YYQUYQQ' 4 The Executive Oflicer administers the 1 7 If W. pgs internal affairs of the ship. This means paperwork and government. These mat- ters are accomplished by yeoman, mas- ter-at-arms, and other administrative specialist. There would be no Navy Were it not for the paperwork. CDR J. J. Haffey Jr., Executive Officer Chief Baird and LTJG D.P. Covert, Personal Ofhcer 11 Hz' ds. ': H is : L 1 1 5 , 4 V LCDR C. V. Northrup, Chaplain xl, ' r fa fl , ,E 44' ' , 'K 11 ' J , 3 M ' 1 2 I ' : 5 ,. ,'-1Q?'F r Q23 fl A h ' Q i -,.n 22 b A 41211 'fit x 1 9 11' ' x "9 Q It fix: H Ml f v Q So I say, "Look Hoover, I guess I know when I need a haircut without you..." ,Y Wwe- fy IX, . ., :M K f .,.,-- ROW 1: Couins, F., BM2g Tron, W. E., MM2: HO0Ver, M. D., GM2: Row 2: Young, D., BMI? 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LaHeist, Engineering Officer I LTJG J. P. Spetz, Main Proplusion Assistant Damage Control Assistant LT. T. M. Moran ,44 .1 ft :fs figmiittfafizsef.-K A Division's Work is of concern to every member of the crew. They are in charge of the ventilation, auxiliary steam, and air conditioning. They can do marvelous things With a screw driver, hammer and piece of Wire. When you gear quits, you can expect to see one of their mechanics on the job to get it back to Work. ROW 1: Bennett, C. E., Bourget, N.R.g Greener, L.E.g O'Sullivan, C. T., Akins, J.A.g Oden, T. E., Staten, W. T., Schouten, T. J., Giles, D. L., Moore, L. D. 5 ROW 2: Moore, I. R. g Nowles, D. R., Hodge, H. C., Hamilton, B.A.g Sobkowski, H. P., Barton. H. Cnjg Guster, D. J., Harrision, J.C.g Edwards, U. Cnbg Alexander, E. Cnbg Phillips, BJ., ROW 3: Evans, D. M., Tranberg, L.C.g Baker, E. R.g Kirby, D. U., Wilkey, D. G., Stack, V. D., Sewell, J.F.g Burton, D. C. 3 Ahton, S. K. g Mills, J. R. 9 Lacher, R. G., ROW 4: Hall, F. S., Schnackenberg, D. L., Burgess, M. F., McClane, D. L., Dougan, R. E., Beard, C. E., Gladsjo, P. W., Guy, D. L., Flack, N. K., Dunaway, J. L., Hayes, T. C., Not in picture: Wheeler, LA., Barrairo, L.L. ...m i ti. t i 1 .vaf114vf2, ,wv?te.tfaw ti in . . I 4 L ' 1 I 'A 1 ' ' 3 ' - 1 ' ' s --- . . 3. V' v L 9, v ,ff 'L Q if 2 - ' N4 .. ,Q 5 L 3 L I , 37 7 1 2 I 4 k r f 1 l S ,xl .H ti.,QgZL,,f,,'E ifiifggfh-K . f , .,., . 1 " ' i r-I f , i ' ,j j ff , t vrff E UV Z' 1 ,J 1 E Q 1 9 x N a ' 1 ' Wg, f f I , E 3- 'SL Vxiv ' ., . , 'W 5 ' . ' f :Qu Q ual G CHECK D BILGES The important task of producing steam for the boilers and Waters for the ship is assigned to B Division. Working in temperatures usually above 100 F. among catwalks and ladders of the lower decks, they tend the valves and gauges in just the right Way or the boilers Will melt, explode or just peter out. ' f '- .f ROW 1: Gillmore, LE., Beall, T. G., Walker, J'.L.g Ferrara, J'.R.g Manilli, F. Cnbg Wolfskill, D. A. Mancill, F. E., Rowland, N. A., Crane, P. C.g Carlosn, C. C., Gilbert, C. G., ROW 2: Gesling, R. E. Shaw, B. K., Rick, E. M., Mullee, LT., Davis, J. Cnbg Mobley, G. L., Smith, M.L.g Pinkney, O. Cnb Wolf, J. D., Evanoff, A. Cnb 5 Tom, H. R. 3 Anaiels, W. C. g Singletary, J. A. g Newman, R. Eg Ward, W. E. Norton, D. L., Goff, W. I.g Waller, I.L.g Blaney, H. C.g Mooney, T. R., Smith, D. A., Hinkley, R. E. Higuera, D. P., ROW 3: Mooney, J.C.g Washington, D. L., Butcher, D. E., Jenkins, G. A., Baxter l.L.g Stacy, B. G., Walls, C. R., Floyd, R. L., Larivee, D. L., Sheffield, W. E.g Brandt, R.R. iw wi if Y li A .X I ,f 1 W 5 X 1 we ,gh ! Q 1. 1, The equipment takes much work to keep in operation. ches at require plenbf of attention. as do the ozl kzngs records ,,A A,,f lan 'yn 1 ff J 'EW f 0 Wg , O ? , f ,Z , ,Q W Steam goes in one end of the generators, and many Volts, amps, ergs, and Watts come out the other end. In order to light this floating city and to keep the motors going, the E Division maintains an elaborate maze of Wires, fuzes, switches, flashing lights and meters, all of which the electricians mi- raculously manipulate With electri fying success. N! A ROW 1 : Fredricks, O. J. 5 Chamberlain, R. E. 3 Kline, R. N. 5 Jones, C. E. 3 Kelly, W. W. g Malmberg, C. A., Johnson, G Cnb Jr., Oyarzo, E. M., Bucknell, D. G., Rhinehart, M.l.g Malan, D. D., ROW 2: Brown, D. R., Patton, D. D., McKenzie, J. J., Monical, R. M., Henley, D. W., Barrett, L.E.g Griger, G. J., Bryant, W. Cnb g Haase, M. R. 3 Smith, D. J. g ROW 3: Myers, N. W., Hauk, E. R., Foster, J. D. 9 Prochaska, H. D., Myers, G. A., Ramsay, R. D., Mosley, R. L., ROW 4: Whiting, R. B., Delacruz, J. A., Madey, T. G., Ward, G. R., Troxell, R. N., Sol, W. A., Morse, W. M., Middleton, J. C., Gallant, G. J., Williams, J. E., Not in picture: Billingsley, C. Cnbz Hayhow, E. H., Hall, J. W., Lisby, W. R., Delcarbo, W. M.g Krafft, D. L., Stroup, J. E., Sullivan, T. B., McKay, E. F., Walton, E. O. l lf wgrfvrt5l,ii11filwyv1fgw1 at it gl Pl - Elstlit i"f"i itil! , ,,,, ,,,. , , N . - f . , ! -4 X VX k.4,.y,,g ,R my f . ,Q I P F H XX To the ship's screws are attached shafts, to the shafts are attached immense boxes full of immense gears, and to these gears are attached other shafts. These shafts, it may be noticed, protrude from one end of the turbines, and always there are M Division men throttling this power. ilk Sp - --if ROW 1: Hall, D. E., Lee, J. Cnbg McRight, A. G., Perdue, D. J., Weis, G. F., Erickson, R. R., O'Connell W. E., Rundle, H. K., Brest, L. E., McKenzie, J.V., Clark, J. W., ROW 2: Hudson, F.C., Kai, K. Eskew, G. E., Deatherage, J. D., Churchill, D. R., Baldonado, J. R., Stone, C. L., Bosler, W.W., Blair D. E., Honstain, V. B., Schoonover, J. R., Moore, M. Cnbg Hahnlein, W. H., Orta, A. ink, Cole, J. W. Baum, R. J., Packer, J. A., Frazier, A. E., McRight, K. G., Gernand, R. L., Bailey, V. R., Crites, B. S. ROW 3: Croy, R. E., Jacoby, C. E., Horten, I. D., Doleman, J. Cnb , Huettis, W. R., Young, B. N., Keller W. G., Chmura, E. J., Jasper, R. C.: Abramson, R. D., Sisk, W. L., Stacy, R. E., Wood, W. F., Reilly J. J., Martel, P. E., Schilling, K. E., Tolbert, P. Cnb, Snapp, J. O., Sine, E. A., CasbY, J. E. TY -51 A if r J X 4 V , Ze i ' 2 it 4 .. y .. ', W, 1 W .- f .g " 'I 'A M A vc f , fxf ggf i V -.f 1 'mg A V ,Q-Q X ' ii . V f ' . ' i 1 S.: wi N, 5 ,X L. 2 J r sq YY ,E - Q ji if .l . We 1 1 ii J- Q f f A . ff 1 g 'x...f . aw? ., t .V 5, Q. ga i w I E lf' gf A AV A . , A .f W A ff f , 5' ,hx A , 1 ' A if Q ' X li i -- I ,l 4, Lf -,Nr ' f aff- ffffig. 1.3332 'M M W" if .. ff.'xfa', 42, 351 1' 1 A E ' . . . 1 . . .ffl . . .. . 5 . A - s ,., . . V L k 5 'V . k . yr. . .. -- .. - A' .. ' ' .., .-- , -'ff ' ',44.Y " -2.4:-' - 1 . 5 . , Y ' ',r+rNrs:i.2'i'i'I' '?",'7?L3"wE' ' W, W , -4 .. ,,,...ikm-Y K H .14:.... . V. I - A 1. ZgiLigg.1Qp".g.ig3,..:gL:,I, ,V , U X . -zv,u,,,..... - 3... idds. A f n -5 1-Q.- , f fs M if K ', . k.k. 5... ., .Y ,x ia E A V . ... . . . 7 1 . s. 'aff' ffl tsl -.,fmg l my MW 'Rf sw When comshaw favors are in order R Division is usually involved. For they are the metalsmiths, pipeiitters, and carpenters who have the gear for repair lockers, make cruise boxes, and to do any repair job that needs to be done. They are also the damage controlmen who are in charge of keeping the ship ' afloat. ROW 1: Miller, L. H., Quick, J.W.g Newhouse, C. M., Hurst, H. D., Johnson, F. M., Napier, W. C., Valencia. J. Cnbg Smith, T. F., Gardis, G.A.g ROW 2: Sullivan, R. L., Watkins, R. P., Rainey, G.C.g Bright, D. W., Parker, J. Cnjg Outlaw, LW., Newton, M. R., Wood, F. D., Gattis, E. T., Nelson, J.G.g Kaualoku, C. N., Karelin, B. Cnbg Jones, W. H., Collie, C. L., Pavicek, S. L., Freouf, H. L., Ricks, J.E.g Hayes, D. J., Flint, M. K., Thomas, J.L.g ROW 3: Hill, R. J., Jones, D. A., Kiggins, L., Rose, J. Gates, G.W.g Neely, H. M., Lawson, J.E.g Skidmore, H. E., Berger, R. K., McDaniel, C. D., Not in picture: Eagles, W. H., Ross, A. M. A ...V .Y N ., A is A Y 4 I f 9 It f Y Z X ! . K . f 5 1 H ir 1 i , i R 5 W s . is M y gi , ' Q 'lv 1 , 4 V Q 1 rs 1 w L I g. Q . I ' :I it g F , - V 4 f : N i , H f N K r l li it it i , Q H e Q . if ' ee 'fp Q aw sf 3 v is ,jg . 5 ,xy ? . M' S -ir. ,., ' 3' ' f M ,Q Q X . r HJ? M . ' ., Z: F s i K J za L 'V E g f, : tid ji , ,, T, N b 1 - .. I - r , Jwf f' +'i 'fi' 11 . fffi ' as kv , ku-,f .9"" , ff A Q. , , A Q E ., g -Ax , wil W . so I ' f - , 5 2 B f c B e e e 4 5 , 1 in t .. - , -A V-W... i - M .A . -, ., ,X , ., s.,,,, ,. .. ..f.xa,,...,e f,,',1,W M LX., .V WV ,K M , t.,-f . - v w .. V X A! , 7,4 A " fa J A 5 A A A-.N 5' - s 'gy - ' 'L i ' " 'ir'-1 f ' 1 an ' - " f ' S ' A ' ,,, ,gg 4 ' s 1- - ..., f ' . 'i , ' " X A I , A V if . .,"i iigglb: , A. ,, ' , i g cgljtf,gl1f'fviff:13':g:Qg,Q gcjisiiix X f I W.ii j f , c an iw N KV, N. A , Q7 ,Mmkyx -ld Nsff f V 'N 4 f 3' X ,V f an 'ZWQ f ' X! x- Nw f ,Q 'V 'ftp' , 3. r, K3 '-www, W as 5125 32, gl If fi . fi 2 - -l -fu-21 ,M MCH 03' U DeTnul M 7' LCDR N. Huffnagle, Gunnery Gflicer Seamanship and gunnery are the oldest arts of the Navy. The ship belongs to the boatswainsg and the guns and ordnance belong to the gun- ners. Pride in a ship begins With pride in the decks and the smartness of the ship at sea and in port. l CHBOSN R. E. Ramage, 4 Assistant lst Lt. LT. J. E. Lippincott, Air De fense Oflicer LTJG C. J. Weidetz Jr., First Lieutenant LTJG W. J. Hovvton, Main Battery OfHcer ' l 1 f s ' ,K S gf W Vfxw .1 . . 9 0 I S I O n ..--Z The anchor runs out a foc'sle which is so clean, one would not hesitate to eat off the deck. However, the lst Division boatswain mates will discourage any such attempt to soil their deck. ROW 1: Johnson, D. H. 3 Tyler, J. Cnbg Horn. J. R., Davis, G. K.: Davis, W. L., Murphy, P. CnD:Emie1ita, L. J., Gettemy, J. W., ROW 2: Massey, L.D.: Wash, G. R.: John, L. L.: Sweeney, R. W.: Hicks, E. R.g Golden, T. L.: Davis, W. T.: Gibbs, F. D.: Barnard, J. M., Plummer, L. D., ROW 3: Barfield, L. C.: Moore, A. N.: Likewise, F. L.: Jones, E. O., Barber, W. T.: Ramirez, R. Cnbg Blakenship, W. E., Wilson, R. L.: Jones, S. L., ROW 4: Sweeden, T. G., Wingelaar, R. S.: Chavez, C. Cnbg Stokley, N. C1153 Henegar, gg., SBowersj EA., Coleman, K. L.: Sturgess, R. R.: Not in picture: Aguero, R. A., Patterson, . .3 taten, . . A5 ""CfiCi ,":' C x cj: . V 3 , I Y l E - ,f Z , M t V , " K x s x i. X 'p ' J X 4 f . lf: V ' ' I N, C I Syl 4 ' 4 3 I Y S f l l 1 3 I S, V ' f 1 V Y l uit: WIT' .X 11 is gr , , 3, 91 f i 5 5 ,2 , Bang panama: 2 M-'Him ' i n lbtcq ' The anchor takes plenzgf of men to handle. . QQ-Qt? ,JL - . it A fig SV ZTVKS? V ' ' iglslon y 42 W - kmwl wm l - fe . , , ,.,, ly tty VV 1, X if lf? Tiff, ' ' Amman L' i' 'KZWJM' ,,f" 7Z5F"?'k1 .7 my QQ 1 f V if Masters of an eight inch turret, 2nd Division stands ready to make it hazardous duty for enemy shore installations to operate. Although not a rapid fire gun, Turret II has shown itself by its deadly accuracy to be a match to any such gun. le.. , f . .4 nv ,,,,, - .f'o"""'!' ,'f"""'y'-AI! 009' ROW1 Reeves S M Price, B. J., Cardell, LL., Brewer, 1.1.5 Dom1nquez A P Franks G M Webster J R ROW 2: Fulgham, T. D.g Cantu, A. A., Stelly, W. J. W1ll1am I C Holloway L Cnj Morales S E Harper K. D.g Edrodo, G. Cnjg Matsumoto, J.S.g ROW 3 Selph R R Lyons A J Gray F N Holt J H William, E. Cnjg Moore, I.E.g Cavaenaugh, R B CrossWh1te A R ROW 4 ZakrzeWsk1 R V Bunnell, C. W.g Burks, F. W., Able, J. E., Duncan H L Covert D A :il ' jf QRS? ,.., . 5 , l t ff 'M l J l A 'wg El W lt . gffwr X.. if 7, 2 T Z f e L l' ' l 4. , 1 s L 1 1 V H21 5, , aw N, L? . if 1 S iN ige Hi 'N xl, 4 .W W 4 i il - fi if 2521 E535 eg I il f 'f i MI 1M wie? if Ir? I I EI n ,X P fl if r i 7i , 1,5 W, 1 1? wi Y 5 xi' I 55500 .3 , A, , 1 ' ' w f Y X, X l ' V . 1. X ' X ' xi., XX '- H ' xx 'Xl XX lx I H RHI It is not an uncommon day When 3rd Division moors, puts boats in the Water, launches the helo, and holds Held day. These boatswains are proven men, and do not respect sailors who have ivory-soft hands or Who cannot tie a clove hitch. ROW 1: Donley, R. C., Worley, M.E.g Richards, L.H.: Milby, A. W.: Richards, LH., Gades, M, H. Ledbetter J., Wright, T. W.: ROW 2: Butler, J.H.g Oxley, T. M., Barone, F. J., Myers, P. S., Jenkins T.: Greene, M. E., Amsden, F. H., Ausley, J.Q.g May, P. L., Osborn, P. R., Strawmatt, G. E.: Matthes J.L., Lonsberry, W. G., ROW 3: Rothenberger, R. I., Forward, L.E.g Reilly, W. J.: Knight, V. H. Maxey, R. G., Gillenwaters, R. C., Not in picture: Akins, A., Weber, J. M., Norwood, R. G., Nolasco LA.: Hitchcock, D. F., Stiner, W. I., Glines, E. L.: Reinartz, R. A. 1 9 X 4 ' F A X V J r We may if S . . r, it ' it ,' . ii W R i i xi it W r . . , . Q Q , my .2 .Vk. 7 K V A , 2 2 Q A I L ,X . , . Q 1 1 13 I w W I V I 1 K ! I 1 1 51 w 5 I 5 H ii i Y 1 51 I . H il Y E V 1 1 I I ,.. f 4 M-W., 'Y' f '1 S 4 'z 1 l ,, 31317151 an 13 1 R N :X .s:igM,.,.Q fm. Q4 VN M-lf M M A mg? A if it V it w ,1 Q ' f 5 e a Q, ws-1 a , , 5. pil 2 'Q 5 , yi. . ,N 1 . ,al N f ,J i . SQ www :hi 332 if wi 1 aj I 2 'sf E11 5! X ,, - ,fifg mi 3 WS: i A is 4 4 ee- i ' ii- , The show-place of a cruiser is its quarterdeck. H vii il :IQ gg ' One's im ression of a shi is first evaluated by the Ms P P W . . . 15, smartness of her quarterdeck. The 4th D1v1s1on my PE takes great pride in making its fancywork, bright- ig 1 R 5 Work and deck the sharpest in the fleet. L' E 7 5 i i . ' i 3 The secret of keepmg the decks clean. w. Q , 1 ui, in, i i : i i QW 2 e r x iii: in 'UE iig ,iff hi xii!!! Hi Hifi if 3 it : iii I ii' 1 ' 1 My 5 V! tif? iii Wi? Mfg 1 51' ilu 'Nh 'W I I , qi 'l ii I N 1 I L i 1 .L t s N4 ROW 1: Tolbert, J'.L.g Connors, H. Cnbg Foster, D. Cnbg Steiner, G. L., Roberts, H. D., Driver, T. J., Smith, E. A., Yancey, C. D., Haney, R. A., ROW 2: Hamilton, LE., Kennemer, J.P.g Malin, R. D., Avon, J.S.g Rude, R. C., Brown, G. F., Riley, R. R., Fry, R. L., Slipek, G. L., Cooper, G. D., Williams, A. L., Kashuk, M. Cnbg Welch, K. E., Weber, J.W.g Hodges, W. R., Ladwig, R. G., Maes, E. G., Blud- Worth, J.W.g Smith, C. D., Hergott, J.A.g Muro, J. Cnbg ROW 3: Anderson, LF., Knight L. Cnbg Mako, F. G., Luddington, C. L., Radowitz, E. H., Pickle, R. J., Turner, N. V., Lockwood, R. Cnjg Phelps, D. C., Rhodes, C. T., Snead, C. H., Not in picture: Cruz, A. L., Germunsen, D. E., Mays, J. E. - l 4 gi: . ,, r .,, V bb X N I U Q , f .f . Q s . 4 ,Ti . V A H . ' 1 '-...W if ,x , , , ' 71, ff I f 5 , V fl, . Y .I A t fi. W i .A gt ' 14 5 Y . X V QNQO' o A.. ' + X lloa IJ xi? S S. ZA, .C 4 M gt b Q. .. 4 .S 1 ' i 1.4 5 .1 f Seamcmship, Naz1y's oldest art. X s 5 . iflifkiqn Li The ship's dual purpose five inch guns whirl, swing, stop, start. Projectiles and powder case are lifted up from the magazine and placed in the breech. Within seconds the mount is in action. The Hne art of tiring this mount is in the 5th Division. ROW 1: Clark, T. W., Lawrence, J.L.g Day, W.B.g Strickland, E. B.g Elliott, LA., Purrington, B. D. Burke, K. H., Brewer, H. E., Wichman, R. W., McCloud. V. W., Row 2: Miller, R. L., Castberg, W.J. Allen, M. W., Wiseman, G. A.g Mays. T. A., Mabbitt, G. L., Alt, J.E.g Christie, L.J.g Davis, R. L. Wear J.K.g ROW 3: Wilson, D. L., Hawley, M. R., Edwards, B.R.g Jackson. W.K.g Beasley, J. Cnb Pughf T. J., Rich, T. S.g Reeves, E. H., Mullinex, A. N., Pierce, A. L., Earls, J.R.g ROW, 4: Gerking, D. A., Godwin, C. Cnjg Lutzenberg, D. H.g Layne, A. B., Moe, .D.E.g Kaiser, W.E.g Valdez, O. inh Francis, M. Cnjg Waits, R. J., Not in picture: Dixon, R. L., Marion, J. M. : A s N V L4 if? f 's 1 I 'film "FW 'I I I I V I I I I II I II II III I I 'I 'I I I II I, I. V I " 'I Ei I :I I I I I I I I I I I I I V F I I 1 I 1 1 I 4 I I I I I Ill ,W The operation of the three inch rapid fire mounts belongs to the 6th Division. These anti-aircraft guns delivery a deadly tire against fast moving targets. It takes plenty of knowledge and control to fire them and that is Why We call on the gunners mates. ROW 1: Taper, J. g Lowry, A.H.g Liscotti, D. E., Dupuis, R. R., Sassman, W. A.g Groth, R. P. Doerr, G.J.g Eubanks, J. I.g Worley, M. E.g Martinez, L. ROW 2: Griilin, M. L.g Webb, P. D., Whaley, E: Southworth, E. G., Jr., George, J. F., Black, G. W.g Defreitas, E., Gherity, T. M., Hill, J. W., Cuwbie J. E. ROW 3: Wigley, L. L., Wickizer, W. B.g Mcqueen, T. D., Braswell, A.R.g Dale, M. L., Johnson, L. C., Stanfill, J. A., Schoonover, G. W. Jr., Whitney, R. E. ROW 4: Bowetman, J. C., Henderson, R. N., Dankowski, G. M. g Power, J. W. g Brawley, M. O. C.g Staggs, A. D.g Mauldin, E. E. 3 Holcowb, J. S., Andrews, I.W.g Green, T. D., Not in Picture: Hoffman, D. R., Paris, N. A.g Johnson, B. W., Nance, C. B.g Nye, F. B. Jr.: Todd, J.F.g Mairs, W. D.g Pope, A. W. I I Q . f W f Q rv J 1 , 5 I ,K Q 7 5 V Z 4 1 V K: , 1 F ,. .J .,. , ,K ? 1, e 'Q I I '1 2' ' Q ., A i M J H s'-t x . 1 5 i . . , si V K ga . N A ,, W, ' , K 'w . ' nu' l Sd lu' I ' ' 6 I Y Q .E I g Q G H J 3. gk . sf ,, kt -app., .L i J F ii f ' . Fi x V 1, A , ,fl I, fl 1, ggi.. 1. Q iii 1, . .i f Q K 3 - V p-We af 44- K K-L1 . , wx . 4. 'Axim . sm' z Q Q- .. ,, .. , . A m y . , , ,K 1 . L G V 4, I 1, A t i .Q I, , 4 ' I M ' "H s 1 . ..-ffzefafw-1 . . ,. ..,. ' . ,. t ' ' . . , . -, .i - ' H A s es r i to into R J giQQl'1ga1q,fi: ,rss ,.., me I , . . l4.fr,,,g:,.fg f fir 41. ..- . . fre' vel Wd. Ar? f ff- : V 4,, if I Q ww J , ' k ! i 0 0 0 ul X X',xw.S2 . It is a difficult and dangerous operation to fuel at sea. The complicated maze of lines, Wires, and hoses is competently handled by the seventh division Whose skill seems to simplify the operation. ROW 1: Jenkins, E. F., Collins, L.J.g Kennedy, C. Cub, Ando, N.H.g Clock, R. V., O'Neil, R. T., Nycz W. Cnbg Land, C.J.g Moon, R. R., Bernier, R. Cnbg ROW 2: Simms, C.H.g Copher, B. L., McCarty, O Qnbg Lillard. E. D., Tannin, R. M., Boyd, J. H., Grove, K. M., Munds, B. G., Stevens, C.J.g Hermo, R. A. McKee, B. C., Davis. S. Cnbg Blankenship, R. M., Bortner, J.A,g Myers, E. G., Mathews, C.A.g Ake E. J., Totoro, J. Cnb Jr., McCoy, B. E., Barnes, J.V.g Morris, J. W., ROW 3: Sais. A. E., Fisher, J.L Jr., Klasen, G. L., Terfehn, A. Cnbg Baxter, LD., Mooney, G. Cnbg Spears, J.C.g Brooks, R. D., Tand berg, E. R., Smith, W. G., Not in picture: Smith, D.R.g Farnham, D. Cnbg Strobel, L.L.g Hamilton G. L., Kessel, W. O., Dorovich, E. J., Thompson, J. W. . . I K. i if, L 'Jig 'lr l. . I K Biff V Va A M A .JCT , , . iiiro. S x p p X,Xl, 'X , ' 'T A p 4: , is X :bi f if ?' QF' I vt VA , , L . . S55 fi it Q , 5- Lili' 'L ivfj -I Xml, -Q-5 W' N ' C C ips, ' i im C 12,3341 'xr - . Y, , i 11, SPV' D ., J, ,,,, . kfyyzi , :j-2 ,vyk K fi W , m y -2+ . , t . ,.. . .. ,., , , p p lppp M, SS. , '- S ' x it I t . 5 5 A l I g Y 1 5 K4 ' 1 1 I fi I P1 ' ri I -Q 1 SIDECLEANERS I ea The Sidecleaners are a close group of rogues who clean and paint the sides of the ship, and ask nothing of any man. They are the last vestige of the romance of the old navy who deserve much praise for a job Well done. , I ROW 1: Paris, N. A., Reeves, G., Ramage, R. E.g Brewer, H. E., Sweeden, T. G., Coleman, K. L., ROW 2: Thompson, J., Pugh, T. J., Kirby, D. R., Welch, K., Harper, K. D., ROW 3: Korvich, E. 1.5 Luddington, E. B., Burks, F. W., Kaiser, W. E., Hoffman, D. R., Hugill, F. M. ff F1 ,5- alnffi' ' 'Y' R521 ' .S - .. llwfsk Aw 'bmi 14 Q Q ff ,gg ine r Q vis i z QA Q . lcv ,Q wr he i The guided missile is the ship's foremost Weapon. It is an intricate maze of electrical and mechanical com- ponents Which take plenty of know-how and patience to operate. The guided missile people seem to know what they are doing, but rumor has it that the missile has a midget inside. ROW 1: Porter, T. E., McWilliams, R.C.g Leroy, C. W., Siljestrom, G. F., Williamson, P. W., Hardin, LT., Halbert, F. J., Massie, J., Berry, T. M.g ROW 2: Lehman, P. M., Willenbrock, F.S.g Kirkwood, G. T., McGill, R.D.g West, R.D.g Rice, LW., Wilson, R.A.g Groe, O.C., Heiny, J.E.g Kearney, R.E.g Pitts, D. E., Davis, A. A., Watford, Q. G., Rabb, K. E., Not in picture: Shotsberger, R. P. Tl r v ' i l l l gi. N0 MAN'S LAND l 1 I b is Q: 22 L, ,. , l ll it 1 1 i, W V 'ggi' L' A ll I 5 Y. t ff A Z gl, Pi K ' 5 Z .mon gl . 3. . 4 ......... 2 4 , 1 f"f'W rx-y I I l Q, Il are involved Ji Fifa 1 fi? Many steps in launching , an Q v . I if l yy, ' I X . x 1 ' , , ., .. ...,..,. , " A JA,-,MM 'T V - , . . the " bird " Wmwm.. i wfifgietr ay, Ulf!! . I Q The guns aboard ship are not aimed, contrary to certain opinions, by simply sighting down the barrel. Radar does it, and it's "F " fire controlmen that tinker with the tempermental gear to make it Work. Their job is never end- ing in keeping the ship's gun control equipment in operational readiness. J' ROW 1: Patterson, D.A.: McGarter, G. H., Burton, L.R.g Pittman, G. H.: Forney, J. L., Walker, J.D.g Gilliam, B.J.g Samford, T. L., Poppen, G. E., Shupe, N. I., ROW 2: Bussiere, E. A., McCulley, B.E., Ponce, L.E.g Cherry, E. J.: Carter, B.W.: Blackburn, G. L.: Theodorides, T., Pfeifer, C., Brannon, K. A., Hundley, A. J.: ROW 3: Bertheaud, S.E., Chipperfield, N. B.: Antin, J.W.g Booker, G. R., Butcher, C. L.: Jordan, R. C., Harper, T. J., Kannar, M. C.: Skipper, L.M.g Ownby, O.L.g Chapman, J.C.g Bissel, D.G.g ROW 4: Kangas, R. R., Osberg, W. R., Ober, R. N., Bickel, LA., Herbert, R. J.: Majors, H. V., Dean, B.R.: Orr, N. H., Clark, M. R., Blacker, M. C., ROW 5: Scott, A. P., Meade, F. D.: Welty, M. B.: Gibbs, R. G., Warner, D.M.g Pease, R. L., Larson, K. E., Burkhead, D.R.g Donisi, D. E., Holmes, P. J., ROW 6: Ferguson, C. R. 3 Wakeman, J. I. 3 Williams, H. T., Surrick, R. H. 3 Courville, J.: Gaswint, J. L.: Lapham, W. B.: Dickerson, D. R., Magoon, R. F. 3 Williams, L.D. 5 Richardson, K. D., Not in picture: Cobb, D.R.g Davis, D.M.g Brown, R. B., Hicks, C. A., Bradford, R. T., Walling, J. K. . . M A M r? . f ell: M M at t 1 53.15-fi. er3 111 - Mi , ,. 'A " if f ' , ,M , ,1'.M K . K ,vi f - . W ' 1 . , . , , 'i'i' "', " T 79 M . reas ' -fefxsx M-1 QM-. amine, www wQ'5ffiMf22fM5f2f' -' :pf fznq?-?tZZ'zgg,z1M. ,-'.,, 2, "., f :'.' ,ur '- 1. ,pg ',M'f:,yw .,,MM-fT1'fgEa . ,. " 5 f' : . , t ,i 5 R Q' M2 M KKK K KK K K 'K 'A ra-M as S lss. r A MM ...q . "., , 1 I ,WS 5 142, 5. : f -. -.et .1 -. 1 , f X M ' W , , -, : M ' . , W - f M f , , ' 1 " .ew-M.. -af M' M Q f '- M M- , ?'1 . 5 ' K . M ' . K . - N' ' 'f LSE ' KK 199, -INK : " r ,. I K .5 , . is , , , I ' M . ' , t ,- wM - 1 1 M - M j . 1 g 1 4 , . - V - K R 1 K, gg, f . Q ' f . . , K I I 4 . ' x 'y 1 J L x 1 K gg , M M- M . f . IL' if - -- 'W' fm 'K' I Y i T v, 'lass . 1 , sf .4 gqgg' 4 S Q? N' Y at , KK K KK 4' -5 Q ,ar F fa? ff . K Kai , 3 W f Q ,Q K ' f l if t if' ,rl .,' ,-5, M- I ,K 1 , f f .wi M Z M M' Q - ,Q 5 . K K K K K K X K K M . 51. 2 QKKK. 6 . . iq Ki I K , XJ X K A ,K x K KK K 'N K, M . 1 f .r M v M .,+ . aw. , 4... , . . . KK M . . .QA K M' A .M ' 5521 f Q l- 3 'K M ' . a .A , , . M , in I . M ' M , ,Y 4 K, Q KK IK K W K KK . M. A K K. . N ku . K i it q -1 r - f 1-. Q. ... 'S S ' F' , f ' 'I , .fi ' 1, , A K 1 , - ' 1 , Ye ,fe . is ..., aff M , - ,.g.,.... - M . -' f N ,.r,M . . l S fr' ' K K K V V "lj , ' - . 1 ., W' . ' P J Y . .agar S A 5 : ., . ff .,g rr? V 5 2 +2 ,V 1' ' 4951- - ll yfgr H W , H 1 Y ' 97 l Z L ' xy V' 4 w ww 1 L+ 4 vw I' f 5 . ga i ESE? ' 5122? M 'f -vi M- Y ROW 1: Meade, F.D.g Hudley, A. 1.5 Pfeifer, C., Theo. dorides, T., Larsen, K. E.g ROW 2: Samford, T. L.g Majors, K. V.g Ferguson, C. R.g Skipper, L. M., Not in Pictureg McCul1ey, B. F. ,Q Mb f 2,37 51 se u 'IV11 r,1' xkwq " 5 ' " Q Q' ! , 1 gigs is 7 N f r 2 .4 Q- gg gy ' -, J A gm v i or su ssl Q ,Q-skew Xgiqwxq N2 Q 25 ' A most Welcome passenger group for our cruise is V Division. The helo is an important mail carrier when We are in distant ports. It also acts as rescue guard during replenishing exercises and for tracking drills to keep our anti-aircraft bat- teries in constant battle readiness. ' ' fi, 7 , Wm WM , , , I V 55 .,,,,,,Mm,X.,u.. a .V t 1 . f li, Q ' . -t ,K g W .. ,jx .. up 5 s ' 'l" 'M 'Mt' - 5 ll "N-.M e3 rf rv E'0?.f1ilV I ffn-t I ,-1,3397 .Z I, WMM- 'A Allen, J.A.g Hobson, W. J.g Eels, W. R.g Mallory, E-P-S THHHGF, CA- +-e"""""' ii?" Qar M Sometimes TOLEDO's Marines look Herce. Some- times they don't look mean at all. But they all look sharp, and although some sailors like to say that Marines are other than human, there is hardly a person on board Who does not respect them as a capable group of fighting men. marine detachment W 2 4 ? riff., ff f"' . .ff ff" , . , F11 ffrll mv ff f x Capt. M. H. Lugger, C.O. L 3 I A proud group lst. LT. J. E. Fairbanks, X. O. ROW 1: CPL E. J. Pattong PFC G. E. Crouchg ISTSGT LR. Mclnnisg ASSGT B. H. Cobbg ASGT M. Yanezg ASGT R. Gauthierg CPL C. W. Morgang PFC. W. E. Hartmang LCPL J. H. Buchholzg ROW 2: LCPL J. D. Marshg PFC J.T. Billihgsg PFC W. Walkerg PFC W. B. Worleyg PFCM.L. Sbertolig PFC R. D. Browng LCPL M. H. Thomysong PFC L. E. Hendricksong PFC R. D. Smith f 1 1 M C fx N v . M . wmv' "Hx 4 ROW 1: PFC H. E. Hughesg PFC A. G. Mccullockg PFC W. A. Lovelandg PVT E. E. Millerg PVT F.J Udellg PFC E. L. Ojeag PFC C. M. Rileyg PFC AJ. Marting ACPL W. P. Harroldg PVT A. A. Escala ROW 2: PFC D. R. Burdettg PFC R. J. Milochg PFC C. W. Westmorelandg PFC W. P. Borellag PVT D Childressg PFC E. R. Salmong PFC H. F. Olsong ACPL J. M. Nurmig PFC W. R. Ballingerg ACPL G.J Houdakg PEC K. A. Miles 7'-'V , av C C W 'H-X , . ' - IEJL f , ' ', ' I - ' " ' Y . Qqjgfif ..,-. in K f 4 5 ' Y 'X j F' - ' ' J F'CV P fig, .VtVI,. - I Q 5 C j 5 1 1 My N V F Y w X xr ,L Jx 1 :N 'F x, ,Eg M! 1 41 13 11 ,N 'N 'N ,xx U an VA H N lp ,M 1 J, ,, l 2 f V X if in I 1 x n I fa ii i 1 w it ?i' i, I? id w X v x.,,,,x KL. --A 1 M l Q Nobody Wants to be needle-perforated, or drilled, or probed. But presence of medical and dental skills is much appreciated as a rare privilege by those who have had need of these skills. When they are called, the doctors and corpsmen find much gratitude for their fine Work. EDIC L - NTAL Q Dr. F. G. Evans, CDR., Dental Corps Practicing their professions ! Dr. M. B. Murray 3 LT., Medical Corps - , ....r"" Technicians all ROW 1: Jones, W. S. Jr., Torgl, C., O'Neil, D. G., Evans, F. G., Murray, M. B. Ir., Erro, K. H., Hodge, L. H., ROW 2: Oswald, R. L., Lamarre, J.F.g Anderson, E. S.g Davis, D. D.g Sherwood, R. D., Magee, K. C., ROW 3: Stuart, C. W. Jr., Lloyd, C.M.g Denny, H. G., Monical, LE., Not in picture: Higa, R. H., Bomar, C.E.g Flores, R. Z. O Vs, f i Y x9 mb 0 - ,A AX .,.- . .I K H V . e I - .gin V K SP 5 - , '- " 'f 'W' f : . ,'k, i 1? ? W" - W fs.. 319.9 A 'V ' 5' l x wx H ,V 'J A .5 H: I f, f'1 Qs ff . ' QQ-wr xx' lik f x , - 4 I. Ax" xx R- 124 . 1 :lil I Den tai surgery WM' Air conditioning and competent coigosniang sickbay is cz healthful place. 4- Vghen one thinks of the navigation of the old Wooden frigates, one thinks ii the charts and sextants, ship's Wheel and chronometers, and the ship's 08- TQLEDQ's navigators and quartermasters think of these same things in 3Onnect1on yvith this ship's navigation. Though they take the Wheel only ufmg Special sea details, man the steering mechanisms during steering Casualty, they still call the bridge their home, as always. AVIG TI iw q 't" i Q W LCDR R. Juarez, Navigator LTJG. D. C. Hildenbrand Assistant Navigator lqi , 1 9- s ROW 1: Albright, B.E.g Smith, B. W., Hildenbrand, D. C., Juarez, R., Elifitz, W., Erickson, R. H. Provost, S. 1.3 ROW 2: Jones, B., Hughes, W. A.g Clement, L. E.g Bertot, T. F.g Lucas, T. M. Gaytan, E.g ROW 3: Frymire, B.W.g McCarstle, F. C.g Hatcher, D. A., Larson, M. D., Waggoner J. A.g D' Ambrogio, D. A., Hillstrand, T. C. gf, E Q W' -' v., , ,,.. . ,. Ki - 7 W M? -ff' .vm ' ' Wi W-SAN, W- :fi-:gg -V fa q. f?,,sfQf .M,,. .J1,V.3r R. Ks ww K 1 M ' .x L1.. A .. 'f 7 I Zz vw., W sa-'lx 'Q a WEL? - I 1,f'g51, 1 ' Ziff V " I Y ' " S if 1, M i 'L af. . lg ., g g l P A .. 14. 4 ,,,, 9 ww' Q N3 SN : , Q ,,,,A,,., Y A iii f- M The ship is a complex collection of activities demanding information. The systems for acquiring this information is radio, radar, and visual signals. The purpose of all these l particular systems is to acquire, evaluate, and disseminate information. From this informa- tion, decisions are made. This is Operations. PER TI NS x , .......- ,.......,A.- - LLL'--.f F l F 1 2 W ii s W 2 r L 1 1 li 1. , F 1 W 1 L w 4 I A r INN r f 1 Il ill ll E. V1 Nw MF rl l, 54 'E CDR A.T. Ford, Operations Officer LTI G S. MacDonald, Radio Officer 1 1 O 'K X r .rer Ci..-'51-.5 l LCDR M. C. Graham, Communications Officer LTJG R. C. Doyle, CIC Officer 'F' Q LT. A. C. White, Communications Of-Hcer A-ff x 'Nu emx rin W . . N ! M Q . C' at :'t A LTJG B. V. Bridges, OPS. Admin. omcerg Fisher, R, c. F. -no -' L K- .fsaeiz and Banashak, I. N. OPS Yeomen J as ooo dlvlslon The men of OE Division can be seen throughout the ship day and night repairing just about any piece of electronic equipment that can be found. They fix everything from radio transmit- ters to radar repeaters. They may solder a Wire or change a tube, but the real skill is know- ing the magic spot to hit With a hammer. ROW 1: Haas, J.R,: Hamm, M., Katz, D. L.g Corsnitz, R. E.g Dion, M.C Powell G. A.g ROW 2: Gutierrez, E.g Harl1n,J.R.g Sumpter, D. 1.3 Allien, 1.9 Leikam W G Cloughley, R. E., Chipperfield, W:V.g ROW 3, Hudson, W., Martin, T. E., Eberllng C.F.g Burns, C.G.g Lane, B.g Hein, C. L. fa fa 1- 4 ll 1 z q k + A X I 3 I P N F f w 1 A I i N Y l 1 f 4 r I s I f. -E853 nvi- al ll ,ln 01 .VM QMS. 54 IA .zfiifti c 1 an lf. , . 3 X TX ,, p , . i an l The OI Division is an organization of men that are trained specialists in providing the command with valid and pertinent information. They must collect data With their various pieces of equipment, evaluate it, and make it available at the proper time and in the proper manner. ROW 1: Thomas, G. E.g Burris, R.L.g Bryant, V. L., Praetorius, H. M., Fisher, R.L.g Doyle, R.C.g Kimball, D. W., Pogue, C. R., Westover, M. R., Mulholland, H. T., ROW 2: Bangert, G. L., Bray, R. L., Walters, L. R. g Nicely, J. E. 3 Henry, N. J. g Bunn, B. T. 5 Maclean, D. M. 3 Melville, R. L., Kinchelow, L.G.g Farrell. M. C., Brown, T. J., ROW 3: Miller, J. P., Neely, T. O., Bradley, B.L.g Olsen, E.M.g Eiermann, R.D.g Desanto, J. C., Johnson, H. N., Melvin, G. A.gGruver, R.L.g Mitchell, S. H., Erni, J., ROW 4: Scott, D. J., Mare, J. C., Faulkner, T. A., Ryals, T. R., Lewis, T. R., Bell, L. L., Novak, R., Dunham, F. T., Seaborn, J. L., Baldwin, J. B., Buzzell, L. J., Pritchard, R. A. w4 rr 71141 qi. f M - , is 4' , , 3 ,l is . Xa lovigi- U. ' :vi 'rf y Lf x Q 1 E K . Mg. F , , A S :Z 'Q ' if J - Av iii' Q. J, .2 W-,wif ' M Q ' + f 3 mu M i V , I . .X , . M Ulf ,pq -L,, I ic ., The men of the OR Division per- form an important function for the ship. With their transmitters and receivers they send and receive the ship's message via the air Waves. They are on duty 24 hours a day providing the ship with communica- tions, Weather information, and even a daily news-paper. l l l ll v 1 1 l l l 1 ROW 1: Streeter, I.A.g Laur, R. L., Sellers, R. E., White, A. C., MacDonald, S., Byman, W. E., Doar, W. S., Metz, W. G., ROW 2: Porter, A.L.g Blydenburgh, LF., Jakum, F. G., Hudgens. J.B.g Avitt, W. D. 5 Brumley, D. P., Hardin, G. D., Finnegan, I. J., Whalen, R. F., Sole, O. A., Wilson, C. R., Mimms, K. A., Levine, M. Cnbg Gordon, W. Cnbg Poff, E. J., Harper, E. L., Miguelino, B. Cnbg ROW 3: Hundley, F. Cnbg Jones, W. R. 5 Cooper, L. E., Gwaltney, J. L. 3 Croy, W. F., Mitchum, I. B., Taylor, D. E. 9 Greggs, R. G., Hartman. L. H., Goolsby, E. L., Not in picture: Dawson, R. D., Floyd, H. M., Yonts, D. R., Parrott, L.G.g Thompson, T. O. hi, I V , . ' t--' - K , W ' ,l., L. - is 5 Wi . .'-V J W L. Y . L if . - , f W ff ' , 'Xf 'kj it ' in "" ' P' Q ' 5 . - . , O , . . . t ". . Hia- X 'A' - , f a- M J ,M,,,,m A ,. , .3 , , W . . V fffg gww Li? ,iymyff gg fgs , 5 Q 2 R I., iii' ' 3 VX' A 3 N In 4 3 'Q l -. In 1 1 Q -J.. X 3 ' ' ' !'- ai I , . . . ' V' . .- - I qi . , . U ' 'l wwf 'hi 4... l' E I 1 C1 A F '-1 S. n f 5 Radio Supervisor of the Watch g 1 f W fff ww 231 v Gi' wi 2- , Q 5 if . Ni l ' ,A , . fn I G at, , Y-if..gg:2:.,W' WE' ' The alert men of the " signal gang" maintain a constant visual Watch for the ship. They are experts in daytime and nightime communications and are constant- ly sending and receiving traffic in a quick and effective manner. ROW 1 Goodman K E Venia R L Boone J H Smith, G. A.g Knox, W. B., Banashak J M Pruden B R ROW 2 Comfort J Fischer, R. C.g Albertson, H M Smith K F Morley R E ROW 3 Skinner B L., Eastricge, R. H., Lemons, L L Evans E I Bradley J W Pellicano L Not in pictureg Oswald, G. A. Y xl Nl x . V, ,Q f 1 if fljllw ,lS?i' K gllfillf Y H ,tggu VW, A W , Ni E M- ,' 4: 'QQ 'lim U, xl, ,Z ff ., Ward- 'Fl --J fi. , ' im ww. 'N' 3 ' ff .-Ham 'Sq sf-X, X s N V2 Z' M? 471 0 ' ' f x f ' C TM., ' , .4 ,f -1 f ' f, M1 W XJ 9 W , nk? nv 935 r ,1 Q i fx K 3 ,, ' .1 XP ff,M.,,, 6 K H W f 'Y if ' ll!- Qm , MJ, , 'fwbvwf f 5 60 ' 1 1 LCDR R. W. LaPlante, CSCD, Supply Officer Supply' is a language where "need" is trans- lated into strange numbers, jargon, and paper- work, and this paperwork, by Volumes, is translated into the material that turns the screws and feed the crew. No machine or engine on the ship, without these bins and catalogs, will operate for long. UPPLY :,b . .- N, S x -:SNK QMAEE :E-: . A if I .sw A s gs M I iiiiffsi' :M There are spaces on the ship Wherein mysterious and appealing gadgets are piled on the deck, stuffed in pigeonholes and hanging overhead like sides of beef in a butcher shop. These are the general stores of the S-1 Division. These things may be obtained by simply signing your life away in sextuplicate. 6-. ny' ', D. ROW 1: Wirth, L. D., Joiner, W. S., McQuatters, M.J.g Rohlfs, L. A., Murdock, D.C Skidmore D L Gaertner, R. D., Williams, C. E., ROW 2: Gatewood, D. E., Williams, J. G., Benn, J CnD Mohl J R Peachy, A.T.g Samuelson, I. M., Fain, J. R., Chapman, A. W., Kohut, J,W.g Johnson J E Daniels S.U.g Wooten, D.M.g Bohni, A.J.g Vandevelde, D.G.g Coyne, W. G., Atilano, E.P ROW 3 Buntin C,C.g Hall, D.C., Tipton, D.W.g Glazier, H. E., Vaughan, R. E., Wagoner, J.R. Not in picture: Santos Jr., N. R., James, W. B., Flores, P. A., lbasan, D. C. ? not e , f. ,M 2 iiyy 55" K4 , M 5 iia ogg gg Vx wb , agggk- , , I V - 'C - al , ..,,, l ' A x ' 3 , ' 'P 1 ze K A 2 ' R f fiir' O - .P ' f X ' X 1 1 I . A V r- ..i:. Q- S T , ' r Q .',W Q4 iff 5 ,,., , i ' f xl , 1 5 S ? ti: up E J J . 34 8 ' if X 3 J ii R qs, , , I, ,L X, at f .s, fl a 1 , ,sr lf O, , s R f if , rsiiee . J. KK J N 1 We ,R 'R H W-. ggglkk ' O 'Xfiil wi g A :Ffa f Je' 1, W - 5 J if in f ir, 1 - -r si ' ir, 4 -57 . . ' Af I , ,. ., X Q . 1 i" "" 2v f'121.... ',.1.., ,QV 'gr-iw , ws: .s an ' . 5, V - -.5 x , . ,,-k r Q. 1 , QB if Eva-A X division The Commissary Division prepares food for a crew that numbers twelve hundred. They plan the menu, serve umpteen meals, and clean the mess hall three times a day which is no easy task. The crew says the chow is "pretty we good", an outstanding compliment, ...fl 29 H coming from sailors. ROW 1: Bladecki, R. J., Phillips, D. F., Huerta, R. G., Kado, F. W.g McHugh, 1.1.5 Fabricatore, L. O. Mcmullen J.R.g Bradford, W. J., ROW 2: Bressette, L.R.g Elliott, C. O., Ontiveros, S., Honeycutt B.L.g Montoya, H. P., Thomas, W. D., Clough, E. A., Nickle, W. C., ROW 3: Medema, A. C.g Yocum K-H-5 Boyer, J. J., Dean, R. L., Bailey, O.Cg Dopek, W. J., Scalf, R. M., Miller, G. J., Pruitt,. WD. ROW 4: Miller, E. H., Williams, E. L., Davis, M.L.g Turner, A. R., Spence, T.W.g Baume, T. A. lfiglcls, Kelly, C. B., julian, LR., Not in picture: Carter, B., Victa, S. B., Sandro, D. ainez, . ' T1 V., K K If w W all X E . ', xp 5,4 Y , r 6 .L' liii W ' it W xl ,i f N! isl - ' f i , f. I hi. f . ' it J f X F2 ' if K Q S 1 ' ,ff Q at ' ' T L W , YV V, Y Y as-. A K X, 5 E' f r T , ff K r . ..,, tr if i 5 jf fl V1-,,, 5 wr ,if-"' ROW 1: Pickett, W. H., Punchard, T. J., Mchugh, 1.1.3 Steward, D.g Enerlan, G. ROW 2: Mangosong, H.Og Scott, D., Cristobal, D.F.g Lumrgui, D. S., Smith, C. Antonio, S. R., Caccam, R. A., Not in pictureg Martinez, J.A.g Red, R. R., Ramos S., Munoz, F.C.g Baiza, C.g Arenas, A. A.g Sugui, S. C., Merza, H., Ramos, F. Bello, R. P., Chinsio, C. A. 'l0f'ii,,. W-..,,s-ak W. dx: QL CIIVISIOII ,... All day long all the ship servicemen A see are lines of sailors waiting for laundry, haircuts, gedunks, cigarettes, film, and soap. Contrary to popular belief the ship's stores are open more than twice a month. You give people a good thing and they will always want more. 5- 'Pnw L1 ROW l: Rachel, S. C., Ponte, LR., Ussery, R.S.g Swope, J.W.g Fluke, S. E., Guzman, LM., Franklin L. S., Worthington, J. H., Summers, G.J.g ROW 2: Bilderback, P. J., Anderson, T., Norrell. R. A. Butts, C. E., Markovich, D. J. 3 Ebert, G. W., Blanchette, N. J., Thomas, H. P., Browne, C. L., ROW 3 Tally, C.R.g Hurd, W. E., Dill. A.J., Kelly, LE., Sellers, E. J., Aragon, C., Sanderson, G. E. Levinson, S. D., Medlock, R. L., ROW 4: Franklin, G.B.g Garbocci, B. E., James, I.D.g Smith, R.A gvlin, G., Engel, R.I.g Roybal, L. L.g Not in picture: Villanueva, A., Staal, R.L.g Villanueva . .g ictorio, . Q , , !s 3 5, . any ng ,fy B3 id I .s ?f H 1 - 'u C G A x 5 ,...-2 . ggi!-Q 2-M K X X MI' ,I 1 l Q s 73 , .7 '19 u :Q Xx 'fl rrf x l .1 N . in xf ' Aw :CJ X-K bm! ' Aa C ,'1'Y'x' Q Our duty completed, Toledo departs from West-Pac ,W 1 3 as and heads for a long awaited port Since her commission in 1949 TOLEDO has played a major role in the mainte- nance of our country's naval defense. On the cruise which We're now completing the ship's proud record has been upheld in TOLEDO's performance both as a ready poised man of War and an effective am- bassador of the United States people. In the year which has passed since I as- sumed command of TOLEDO I have had the unfailing support of her officers and men, making my job a pleasant and grati- fying one. On this in particular, the per- formance of all hands, in their duty at sea and conduct shore, has been a source of pride to me as commanding officer. I extend my best Wishes for the future to all of you who have made our record for the 1959 WestPac cruise such a line one. Good luck, God speed, and smooth sailing. ffzfv-4,Z? -Q ff, , , 34 ,Z L ,A I ,J W, K K g ,,, V f W W , : - -f'-eff -wg gm ' In H f - .f - t .. - ..L.. "L Qi , ., WVX' I ,rbr 'tw f H to "' F ' H :W 1 ' ,"" t .' ' 'f mfs., on 12-K ,y k sh a . M . - - I ,gf-'bw-3,-,QA v- . x 11 , - V -ww: 1' -' t .MH f ' 15' D' I -f 'W a,,zWV, lb In t.f,fs5fgz5 . it -ir K ' t t. t to t t I , A . . ' , X , , V E 'G' - 1' . Hffwffakt cf - 'eff-ffbifz W' ' '- ' ,aixw ' -'X- "M x A S Though the land of the Orient cannot be forgotten 5 . T There is only one home for 21 sailor ROSTER , OF FLAGSHIP CRUISER DIVISIO O E RADM Alfred G WARD, ComCruDIv ONE Arlington, Virginia CAPT W1ll1am R CRENSHAW, Chief of Staff Virginia City, Virginia CAPT Charlcs R JOHNSON, Chief of Staff Arlington, Virginia USS TOLEDO CAPT Elliott LOUGHLIN, Commanding Ofhcer Philadelphia, Pennsylvania CDR John J HAFFEY Ir , Executive Officer Lee s Summit, Missouri ALABAMA BAILEY, 0ll1s C, CS2 S2 BARRETT Lum E, EM3 E BRADFORD, William I CSI S2 CLARK james W jr, MM3 M EARLES, Ray J BMSN 5th GATES, Grover W, DC2 R GORDON, W1llIam N , TE fRMl OR HOLLAWAY, Lewis fnj, SN 2nd HURD Wllhs E, SN S3 IRVIN, Lee G, SH3 S3 JOHNSON, Billy W, SA 6th KELLY, james E, SN S3 LAMMARE jean F SN H Xe D LEDBETTER James fnj BM2 3rd PARROTT, Lincoln G , SN OR PICKLE, Robert I SN 4th POPE, Arthur W, SN 6th SELLERS, Edward J, SH3 S3 SMITH Manclel L, FN B THOMAS William D SN S2 TOLBERT, Paul qny MM3 M TURNER, Norman V, SN 4th WATFORD, Qube G, css G WIGLEY, Lawrence L, SA 6th ARIZONA BAILEY, Vernon R, MMS M BRAZELTON William G, SN OS FAIN, Johnny R, SN Sl GIBBS, Frank "D", SN lst HEINY, John E Jr NWSN G LAWSON, James E, FN R MAGOON, Ronald F, FT3 F MEYERS, Paul S, SN 3rd MCKEE, Brian S, SN 7th NYE, Francis B Jr SN 6th STACY, Robert E, MMFN M WALTERS, Lester R, RDSA Birmingham Carbon Hill Huntsville Mobile Shawmut Tallassee Boaz Marshall Brewton Birmingham Montgomery Alexander Enterprise Montgomery Mobile Montgomery Birmingham Birmingham Birmingham Vernon Pickens Opelika Ozark Mobile Mobile Buckeye Flagstaff Pheonix Tucson Tucson Tucson Clayp ol Pheonix Tucson Pheonix Tucson Tucson ARKANSAS BLAIR Donald E, MM3-M .......... BURTON, Londal R., SN-F .... coLLIE Charles F FN-R .....,. DEAN, Roy L SK3-S-l ............. IJOUGAN, Robert E., MMFN-A .... EAsTRIDGE, Robert H., sN-os ...... LBERLING Charles r., ETNs-0E .... EUBANKS John I GM2-6th ....... MARTINEZ, Ramiro qnp, C52-5.2 ,,,,, MAY, Paul L, SN 3rd ..,...........,,, . . . , .Malvern ......Harrison . .... Little Rock . . . . .Clarendon . . . . .Emmett .......Eldrado . . . .Hot Springs . . . .Pine Bluff . . . . .Caraway . .Camden PHILLIPS, Albert F. jr., RMCA-FLAG: .'.Y.'.....Batesville SCOTT, Ace E , SN-FLAG ............. WEBB, Patty D , SN-6th ............... WILLIAMS jimmy G., SK3-S-1 ..... WILSON Charles R RMSA-OR ......, CALIFORNIA ABEL, James E SA-2nd ......,......... ABRAMSON Ronald D., MMFN-M... ACCORNERO, Richard J., SA-2nd ,.,, ADAMS Gary L SN-EX ........... AKE, Ernest J, SN-7th .........., ANDOE, Norman H., GMI-7th.,, ATILANO, Ernesto P., SK3-S-I. .. BACCEI, Dennis L, ICFN-E ..... BAIRD Thomas M PNC-EX .......... BARANCIK Morton J., JOSN-EX ..... BAUM Roger S, SN-M ............. BAXTER Jack L FN-B ........ BAXTER, John D, SN-7th ,,,,, BEALL Thomas G BTI-B... BEARD, Charles E , FN-A ....,.,, BEASLEY, James E SA-5th ...... BECKINGHAM, John G., BT3-B .,.'- BELCHER Virgil R., FN-B ,.,, ,,.,. BELL, Lenard L, SN-OI ......... BENNETT, Charles E., MM2-A .,,,,, BERNIER Roland A., GM3-7th., I Y A .... , . - - ........ . .........,. I i , , , . - ................ A ., - - ......... ..... , ,, , . . - .................... ,, ., - ............,....... . . . o 1 -....... 1 , G . - ..............,, I y ,, , . - - .................... ' , ., - .............. ' , - ...... . ......... , ' . - .............. h A , 1, ., - .........,........ SMITH, Donald R., GM3-7th .................... Gadsden -1 , ' . - . ..................... . . , I , A D ., - - ............,....... ' , H .................... ' 1 -Q . I T .... . , ...,..-..... . 4 D , ., , 4 ' .n 1 ....-.....-........, , . ' , . - ,,..... ......... . , . . T ' ..-...... . .............. . 4 , 'J ' . ., - .................... 1 , 9 . - '. , .................. o . l . 'V l ll I T --.,...,................ 4 , ' ' . ., - ...................... 4 . . -OI ........ . ......... I . 3 . . . . .Filoam Springs . ........ Garfield .. . . . .Camden . . . .Texarkana . . . . . . .Downey . ...... Inglewood .San Francisco . . . .Paramount . .,.. Pasadena . . . . . . .Haywood . . . .San Francisco . . .,..... Fairfax . . . . .Glendora ......San Diego . .Los Angeles BAUME Thomas A .lf-I SA-OR .... . . :Newport Beach . . . . . . . .Cloverdale . . . . .Los Angeles . . . . .Long Beach ..........Taft . . . .Pittsburgh . . .. .. . .Gardena . , . .Long Beach ..........0akland . . . . .Crescent City ......San Diego AM CARDELL, jack L., BMI-2nd ..............., Long Beach BERRY, Thomas M., GS2-G ........ BERTHEAUD, Stanley E., SN-F ....... . . . .Redding . . . . .Oakland BLANCHETTE, Norman J., SH3-S-3 ..... ..,. L ong Beach BLANKENSHIP, William E., SN-lst ..... .... L ong Beach BOHNI, Albert J., sN-s-l ...,........ BOMAR, Charles E., HN-H 8a D... BQWERS, Richard A., SN-lst ....... 5RADLEY, Brent L., SA-OI ...... BRANDT, Ronald R., BT3-B .... LTIG Basil V. BRIDGES, OPS .... BROWN, Charles L., SH3-S-3 .... BROWN, Grant F., SN-4th .... BROWN, Thomas I., RD3-JOI ....... BUNNELL, Charles w., SN-2nd ......... . . . . .Torrance . . .Los Angeles . . . . . .Paramount . . . . .Santa Barbara . . . . .Long Beach . . . .Long Beach . . .Long Beach . . . .Sun Valley . . . . . .Pomona ........Chino BURDETT, Donald R., PFC-MDET... ....... Glendale BURKHEAD, Donald R., YNT3-F ..... .... S an Francisco BURROUGHS, Robert L., SN-EX ..... ...... E l Monte BUSSIERE, Eugene A., rTl-E ........ . . . .Santa Ana CARLSON, Clarence C., BTI-B .............. Long Beach ORDCONTECH Burner: w. CARTER, GUN . .Long Beach CASTBERG, Burnett W., SA-5th ............ Los Angeles LT Oscar C. CHISUM, FLAG ........ CHRISTLE, Lawrence J., SA-5th .... . . . . . .San Francisco . . . .San Francisco CLEMENT, Lionel E., SN-N ......... ....... S tockton COBB, Bernard H., ASSGT-MDET .......... Long Beach COLEMAN, Kenneth L., SN-lst ....... .... V an Nuys coNNoRs, Hughie qnp GM3-4th .... Cook, Charles L., FN-B ............ COOPER, Larry E., RMSN-OR .... LT Robert C. COOPER, FLAG .... CoURvlLLE, Jerry gnu sN-E .... CovERT, Dale A., sA-2nd ....... LTJG Dana P. COVERT, EXEC... CoYNE, William C., sN-s-1 .... CRANE, Paul C., BTI-B ........ CROUCH, Cnv E., PFC-MDET .... DANIELS, Willie C., BTFN-B ........ DAVENPORT, David M., SFCA-R .... DAVIS, Arthur A. Jr., NWSA-G ...,. DAvls, Milford L., SN-S-2 ......... DAVIS, Wesley T., sN-let ...,....... . ...... Pomona . . . . . . .Imperial . . . . .West Covina . . . .Los Angeles . . . .Long Beach . . . . .Sacramento . . . .Lakewood . . . . . . .Stockton . . .Long Beach . . . . .San Diego . .... Long Beach . .... Long Beach . . . .San Francisco . . . . . .Santa Cruz . . . . . . .Los Angeles ELCTECH Malcolm C. DION, OPS ,,.... Manhattan Beach DOERR, Gerald j., GMI-6th ....... DOMINGUEZ, Albert P., GMI-2nd, . . LT-IG Robert C. DOYLE, OPS ....... EAGLES, William H., SFCA-R .... EDWARDS, Billy R., SN-5th. .. LT William R. EELS, jr., GUN. .. ELIFRITZ, William fnj QMI-N ..... LTJG joseph A., ELLIOTT,GUN .... EMIELITA, Leo J., GMl-lsr ....... ENGEL, Robert j., SH3-S-3 ......... ESCALA, Arturo A., PVT-MDET .... EVANOFF, Azor fnj BTS-B ....... EVANS, Donald M., FN-A ........ FARNHAM, David S., sN-7th ........ FERRARA, joseph R. jr., BTI-B .... FISHER, john L. Jr., SN-7th ........ LTJG Richard L. FISHER, OPS ....., CHSUPCLK Sidney E. FLUKE,SUP .... FORWARD, Lawrance E., GMSN-Srd. FRYMIRE, Bruce W., SA-N .......... GALLANT, Gordon J., ICFN-E ...... GARBOCCI, Bart E., SA-S-3 .......... . . . . . . .Buena Park . . . . . .Ridgecrest . . . .Long Beach . . . .Long Beach .......Merced . . . .Chula Vista . . . .Long Beach . . . . . . .Anaheim . . . . . . . . . .Fullerton . . . .San Bernardino . .... San Francisco . . . .Long Beach . . . . .La Puente . .... Los Angeles . .... Buena Park . . . . , .... Covina . . . .Garden Grove . . ........ Oxnard .............Sonora . . . . . .San Francisco . . . . .Long Beach . . , ........ Ukiah GAUTHIER, Robert fnj, ASGT-MDET .......... San Diego GAYTAN, Eduardo fnj, SN-N ..,..... GERNAND, Richard L., MMFN-M .... GLINES, Edgar L., ICFA-E .......,... GODWIN, Charlie fn! jr., SN-5th ..... GOOLSBY, Eric L., AGAN-OR .... GREEN, Tommy D., GMSNf6th ..... GUSTER, Don J., FN-B .......... GUZMAN, jesus M., SHC-S-3 ...... HAHNLEIN, Willialn H., FN-M .... HALBERT, Frederick J., GSI-G... HALL, Donald E., MM3-M .... . ....... Los Angeles San Fernando Valley .........Half Moon . . . .Santa Barbara .........Visalia . . . .Long Beach . . . . .Sacramento . . . .San Diego . . . . . . .Glendale . . . .Santa Paula . . . .Norwalk HAMILTON, ffm SN-7th yhvyn I HARPER, Tillman J., rTA2-F .... v HATCHER, David A., SN-N ...... HAWLEY, Mark R., SN-5th ..... HAYES, Teddy C., MMEN-A ..... HENRY, Norris J., SN-OI ....... HINKLEY, Roy E. Jr., BT2-B .......,.... HITCHCOCR, David E., sN-ard .....,..,, HOLLINGSWORTH, Robert N., TEfyfN2gf,g" HUDGENS, Donald H., TIM3-F. ,.... HUDSON, Fred C. FA-M .............. I HUDSON, William "H" Jr., ETN3-OE., HUERTA, Robert G., GSI-S-2 ............ CHSHIPREPTECH Herman HDH HURST, IENKINS, Earl F., BM3-5th ....,... IOINER, Walter S. III, SKI-S-I ..,. IONES, Charles E., EMCA-E ............ IONES, WiIbCI1 S. Ir., HM2-H Sc D KAISER, William E., SN-5th... KARELIN, Bruno ELEC William W. KENNEDY, Clvde fnj, FN-R. . . KELLY, ENG fnj, GM2-7th KENNEMER, james P., SN-4th. KESSEL, William I., SN-7th .... KIGGINS, Edwin L., FA-R ..... KING. Robert A., SN-EX ...... KNIGHT, Leroy Cn, SN-4th .... KNIGHT, Vincent H., SN-3rd. KNOX, William B., SMI-OS ..... KOHUT, joseph W., SK3-S-l .... LACHER, Ronald G., FN-A .... LADWIG, Richard G., SN-4th .... LAPHAM, William B., FTM2-F. LTIG john P. LARSON, GUN ...... LEVINSON, Steven D., SN-S-3. LT james LIPPINCOTT, GUN. LONSBERRY, Willard G., SA-3rd .... LUTZENBERG, David H., SN-5th. LYONS, Albert J., SN-2nd .... MABBITT, Gary L., SN-3rd ..... MAES, Elmer G., SN-4th ...... MAIORS, Keith V. Ir., GM3-F .... MACH Floyd E. MANCILL, ENG ......,.. CHSHIPCLK Emidio fini MANCINI, MARSH, jerry D., LCPL-MDET.. MARTIN, Alvin J. jr., PFC-MDET .................. Surf MARTINEZ, Lito Cny Ir., GM3-6th. MAULDIN, Ddward E., SNf6th .... ., San Bernardino . . .Long Beach . . . . . .Lakewood . . . .Eagle Rock ..Bell Gardens . . . .Sacramento . . . . . . .Martinez . .Glendora . . . .Compton . . , . .Long Beach .....Oakley ........Merced . . . . . . . .Pasadena ENG. .Anaheim .. ...Long Beach . . . . .Buena Park . . . .Long Beach . . . . .Richmond . .... . . .Riverside Mountain View . , .Westminister .....San Diego . . . . .Arlington . . . .La Puente . . . .Buena Park . . . .El Mirage ......Newhall . . . .River Bank . . . .Long Beach . . . . .Fullerton . . . .San Diego . . . . .Redlands ........Maywood . . . . . . .Fullerton North Hollywood ... ...Lakewood . . . .Oroville .......Gualala . . . .Los Angeles . . . .San Lorenzo . . . .Los Angeles . . . .Stockton ....Anaheim EXEC .... Long Beach ..............Stockton . . . -. . .San Bernardino .....San Diego MAYS, jack E., SA-4th ................ ....... P asadena MC CULLEY, Benjamin F., GMI-F .... .... L ong Beach MC GILL, Robin D., NW3-G ....... .,.... P aradise CHSUPCLK john J. MC HUGH, SUP .... .... B ell Flower MC LEAN, Robert I., SN-EX ......... ..... G lendale MC MILLAN, Bennie P., RDCA-FLAG. .. .... Long Beach MC QUEEN, Thomas D., SN-6th ..... ...... T ehachapi MELVIN, Gary A., SN-OI ..,........ .... P 250 Robles MILES, Kenneth A., PVT-MDET .... ..... A rlington MILLER, Gary J., SN-6th ......... ...... S ebastopal MOBLEY, Gerald L., BTSAB ..... MONTOYA, Henry P., SK3-S-2 ..... . MOON, Robert R., BM3-7th ....... .. . . . .Long Beach ....Ventura San Francisco MOONEY, Tommy R., FN-B ...... ..., H untington Park MORALES, Santiago B., SA-2nd .... LT Thomas M. MORAN, ENG .... . MORLEY, Ralph E. Jr., SNAOS .... MYERS, Glen A., IC3-E ......... NAPIER, Walter C., src-R ....... NEELY, Herman M., DC2-R ......... NEwsoM, Glenn R., RDsN-FLAC ..,.. NEWTON, Michael R., FAfR ........... NORRIS, Fred qny FN-B ..,.........,... . .........., Niles . . .Westminister . . . . .Hollywood . . . . . .Ontario . . . ,Long Beach . . . . .Los Angeles .. . . .. . .Ventura .........Oroville .......,Colnpton LCDR Clarence v. NORTHRUP QCHCD EXEC- -Santa Ana NURMI, john M., ACPL-MDET ............ San Francisco NYCZ, WValter Qnj BMI-7th ....,..,...,...,.... Van Nuys OBER, Richard N., FTM3-F ........,......... Los Angeles CHMACH William E. 0'CONNELL, ENG ...... San Pedro OLSEN, Eugelle M., RD3-OI ...................... Polnona OJEA, Edward L., PFC-MDET ...... OSWALD, George A. Jr., SMC-OS .... PACKER, John A., FA-M. .,......... . PARIS, Neal A., SN-6th ....,...... PERDUE, Donald J., MMC-M .... PLUMMER, Leroy D., SN-lst .... FORTER, Arthur L., SN-OR ........ POWELL, George A., ETR2-OE ..... PROVOST, Stanislaus J., SN-N ........ .......Pomona .......Long Beach OYARZO, Edwin Martin Jr., ICI-E ...... .North Hollywood . . . . . . . .Inglewood ........Maywood . . . . .Long Beach . . . . . .Fullerton . . . .Los Angeles . . . . . .Lynwood . . . . .San Diego PRUDEN, Byron R., SM3-FLAG ....,......... Long Beach Ensign Bruce D. PURRINGTON, GUN ........ San Francisco QUICK, John W., SFI-R ............. RACHEL, Steve C., SH2-S-3 ......... RADOWITZ, Eric H., SA-4th ......... . . . . . .Anaheim . . . .Paramount ........Anaheim CHBOSN Rudel E. RAMAGE, GUN .......... National City REAVES, George Cnj, BM3-2nd .....,. REEVES, James M., FN-A .......... RICE, John W., SA-G ..........,..... LTIG Harrv D. ROBERTS, GUN ........ ........Compton .....Long Beach . . . . .San Diego .......San Diego ROTHENBERGER, Robert I., SN-3rd ...... Germosa Beach ROWLAND, Nelson A., BTI-B ......... SAIS, Andrew E., SN-7th .......,...... SALCEDO, Adolfo Cnj, PN3-EX ...... SAMUELSON, Irving M., SK2-S-1 .... SANDERSON, George E., SA-S-3 ..... SCHOONOVER, Joe R., FA-M ........ SCHROEDER, Thomas F., SN-EX ..... SHERMAN, Paul E., SM2-FLAG .... . SHUPE. Norris J. III,SN-F ,..... SINE, Edward A., FN-M.... ENS Gerald A. SMITH, OPS .... SMITH, Keith E., SN-OPS ....... SMITH, Robert D., PFC-MDET. . .. SMITH, Thomas F., SFP2-R .... SNEAD, Charles H., SA-4th ..... STAAL, Richard L.. SN-S-3. . .. . . . . . .Paramount . . . . .Los Angeles . . . .Los Angeles . . . . . .Oakland ........Penryn . . . . .Long Beach . . . .San Anselmo .. . . . .Burbank . . . . . .Pasadena . . . .Santa Palo . . . .Beverly Hills . . . .Long Beach . . . . .Los Angeles . . . .Westminister . . . .Los Angeles .... . .Rednodo STACY. Bobby G., FN-B ...................... Long Beach STEVENS, Carl J., SN-7th .................... Long Beach STRAWMATT, Granville E. Jr. SN-3rd. .Huntington Park STREETER, James A., TEXRMC-OR .......... Sun Valley STRICKLAND, Edward B., BMI-5th .... ..... B uena Park STUART, Charles W. Jr., HN-H 8: D .......... Los Angeles SWEEDEN, Thomas G., SA-lst .......... ..... S anta Paulo TALLY, can R., SN-S-3 .........,.... TANDBERG, Eugene R., SN-7th ....... . . . . .Wilmington .........GIendale TAYLOR, Donald E., RMSN-OR .............,.... Auburn SURORDTECH Theodore THEODORIDES, GUN Lakewood THORNTON, Samual P., RDSA-FLAG .......... Chinchilla TIPTION, Delbert G., SN-S-l ...................... Fresno TORGL, Carl fnj, DT2-H 8a D .... TYLER, James Cnj, BM2-lst ..... . . . . .Long Beach ........Richmond USSERY, Randle S., SHI-S-3 .............. San Bernardino VALENCIA, John fnj, DCC-R .................. Whittier VANVALKENBURG, Edward J., SGT-MDET ...... LaMesa VENIA, Ronald L., SM2-OS .................... Long Beach VILLANUEVA, Ambrose Cnj, SH1-S-3 .... ...... O akland VILLARREAL, Albino fnj Jr., LI2-EX ........ Los Angeles WALKER, Louis A., BT2-B .................. Long Beach WALLER, Jack L., BT3-B ............. WALLS, Claudy R., BT3-B ....... WARD, George R., EMFN-E ....... WASH, Gordon R., SN-lst ............. . . . . . .Edmonds . . . . . .Stockton . . . .Bakersfield ........San Jose WASHINGTON, David L. Jr., FN-B .... ..... L os Angeles WATKINS, Robert P., FA-R .......... WEER, Clifford W., FN-E ............ LTJG Carl J. WEIDETZ, Jr., GUN .... WELTY, Michael B., SN-F ....... LT Arthur C. WHITE, OPS ..... WHITMAN, Elzie D., BTS-B .... WICKETT, William L., SN-5th ..... WILLIAMS, Eugene fnj, SA-2nd .... WILLIAMS, Hal T., FT2-F ...... WISEMAN, Glen A., SN-5th .... woLr, Jerry D., FA-B .............. WRIGHT, Theodore w., SN-3rd ....... ZAKRZEWSKI, Ronald V., SN-2nd .... .......Turlock .......Woodland . . . . .Long Beach ......Glendale .....San Diego ........Taft . . . .Sacramento .....El Monte ........Taft ......Hayward . . . . .Long Beach .....River Bank .. . . . .Hayward COLORADO ALEXANDER, Ed my, MM3-A...:.'.. ARAGON, Carmel fnj, SN-S-3 ..... BISSELL, Dallas G., FTASN-F .... ENS James J. BREWER, GUN ........ BUZZELLE, Leonard J., SN-OI ......... CHIPPERFIELD, William J., SN-OE .... COBB, Donald R., FTMSN-F ........ JONES, Jerome L., SN-lst ........... LINDELL, Lester K., PFC-FLAG .... LT William R. MARTIN, FLAG .... MC GUIRE, Robert A., SM3-OS ..... MONICAL, Jerre E., HM3-H Xe D .... MONICAL, Robert M., IC3fE ...... MOORE, Leonard D., MR2-A ..... MOORE, Micheal fnj, MM3-M .... NORWOOD, Richard G., SN-3rd .... PIERCE, Alfred L., SN-5th ....... ROYBAL, Leroy C., SA-S-3 ...... SCOTT, Robert W., SN-2nd ....... . SKIDMORE, Donald E., SKI-S-I .... . THOMPSON, Joseph M., SN-7th .... WARNER, David M., FTA3-F .... WEBSTER, Jack R., BM3-2nd ..... WICKIZER, Walter B., SN-6th .... YONTS, Doyle R., SN-'OR .......... FLORIDA AUSLEY, John Q, SN-3rd ............. BROWN, Ray B., SN-F ............ CARTER, Buford fnj, SN-S-2 ..... CHERRY, Emory J., FTC-F ......... DEFREITAS, Edward fnj, SN-6th. .. FLOYD, Harold D., SA-OR ...... CDR Albert T. FORD, OPS ....... HODGES, Vvilford F., SN-4th ..... HORTEN, Ivey D., FN-M ...... LEROY, Charles W., ETCA-G ...... MITCHELL, Steven H., RD3-OI .... PHILLIPS, Douglas F., CSI-S-2 ..... RHODES, Carl T. Jr., SN-4th .... SKIPPER, Leroy, M., GMSN-F .... STOKLEY, Norman fnj, SN-lst .... VALDEZ, Ormando fnj, SN-5th .... WALLING, James K., FT3-F ....... GAUM AGUERO, Roman A., SN-lst .... CRUZ, Antanacio I., SN-4th .... AMES, William B., SN-S-1 ......... MARRION, Joseph M., SN-5th ..... GEORGIA AKINS, James R., ENC-A ........... ANDERSON, Thomas fnj, SN-S-3 .... BARFIELD, Luther C., SN-lst .... BASKIN, Tommie L., SN-4th ..... BRADLEY, James W., SA-OS ..... BRASWELL, Arlis R., SN-6th ..... CUMBIE, James E., SN-6th ..... DAVIS, james qny, BT2-B ...., DEAN, Bobby R., BT2-F ......,... DOLEMAN, James fnj, FN-E ..... FRANKS, Joseph E., GM2-2nd ..... GIBBS, Ronald G., SN-F ............. JACKSON, William K., GMSN-5th .... KELLY, Charles "B" SN-S-2 .......... MABRY, Samuel R., SA-EX ......... MASSENGALE, Alexander T., BM2-B .... Ensign Thomas E. ODEN, ENG ......... PINKNEY, ous my, FN-B ...... POWER, jack w., SN-6th ......... HAWAII AH TOU, Samson K., FN-A ........ EDRADO, Gabriel fnj, SN-2nd ,,,,, . . . .Durango . . . .Alamosa . . . . . .Denver . . . .Loveland . . . .Denver . . . . .Greeley . . . .Ft. Collins ..........Derby . . . . .Ft. Morgan .........Denver . . .Cripple Creek .........Greeley . ..Denver .......Derby . . . .Montrose .......Denver . . . . . .Del Norte . . . . . . . .Trinidad .Grand Junction Colorado Springs .........Denver . . . . . .Denver . . . . .Walden . . . .Ft. Collins . . . . . .Denver . . . .Dade City ......Miami . . . . .Chipley ......Miami ........Miami . . . . .Tallahassee . . . .St. Petersburg . . . . .Jacksonville . . . . . . .Leesburg . . .Boca Grande .........Tampa ... ...Orlando . . . . .Titvsville .... ...Barton . . . . .Tallahassee .......Tampa . . . . .Jacksonville . . . . .Yona Village . .Dededo Adana . . . .Tam Vning ........Guam . . . . .Rockmart . . . . . . .Boyd . . . .Albany . . . . .Atlanta . . . . .Cahoon . . . . .Cochan . . . .Eatonton . . . . .Atlanta . . . .Gainesville . . . .Columbus . . . . .Atlanta . . . . .Atlanta . . . .Valdosta . . . . .Temple . ..... Atlanta . . . .Trenton . . . .Macon ......Millen . . . . .Decatur ..... . .Kona .Waialua HIGA, Richard H., HA-H 8c D ....... KAUALOKU, Charles N. K., RN-R ........ MATSUMOTO, James S-, GMSN-2nd ...... HOLLAND WINGELAAR, Robert R., sA-lat .... IDAHO BAKER, Eddie R. EN-A ................. CLOUGHLEY, Richard E., ETN3-OE ..... NICKEL, William C., CSSN-S-2 ........ LTJG James H. RICHARDS, GUN ..... RICHARDS, LeRoy H., BMS-3 ...... TROXELL, Richard N., FN-E .... WAKEMAN, John I., FT2-F .... WHITING, Richard B., ICFN -E .... WILSON, Reginald A., NW3-G ...... ILLINOIS AKINS, Antony fnj, SA-3rd .......... LTJG Ronald D. BRODSKY, EXEC .... CANTU, Alfonso A., SN-2nd ........... COPHER, Billy J., GMS-7th ........ CROY, Robert E. Jr., FN-M ..... CROY, William F., RM3-OR ..... DAVIS, Donne M., SN-F ........... DOPEK, Walter Qnj Jr., SN-S-2 ...... EIERMANN, Richard D., RD3-OI .... Ensign Richard R. ERICKSON, ENG .... . LT Edward J. FAIRBANKS, MDET .... LCDR Morrell E. FRENCH, FLAG .... FRY, Ronald L., SN-4th ............ GILLMORE, Jerry E., BT2-B ...... GOLDEN, Travis L., SN-lst ........ Ensign James T. HARDIN, GUN ....... HARLIN, Jesse K., SNfOE .............. LTJG Daniel c. HILDENBRAND, NAV. .. HUNDLEY, Fred H., RMI-OR ......... JENKINS, Glynn A., FN-B ............ JOHN, Larry L., SA-lst ..,,........ LCDR Robert qnp JUAREZ, NAV ..,.. KIRBY, David U., EN3-A ........ KRAFET, David L., EMFN-E ..... LANGSTON, Gary B., SN-S-3 ...... MALLORY, Patrick E., ATN3-V .... MAIM, Larry E., CPL-MDET ...... MCKAY, Edward F., EMFN-E ...... MILOCH, Richard J., PFC-MDET .,.. LT Meredith Murray Ir., MED ...... MYERS, Elmer G., SA-7th ..... REEVES, Earl H., SN-5th ..... ROSS, Albert M., DCC-R .............. ...........Hilo . . . . . .Honolulu Holualoa, Kona . . . . .Hilversom . . . .Nampa ....Boise ..Kamiah . . . .Lewiston ......Eden . . .Boise . . . . .... Boise . . . .Idago Falls ......Boise . ...Chicago .......Joliett . . . . . .Hanover . . . . .Gibson City . . . . . . .Sterling . . . . .Sterling . . . .Chicago . . . . .Chicago .......Chitago . . .Bloomington .......Chicago . . . . .Rock Island . . . . . . .Chicago ......DeSota . . . .Chicago . . . . .Peoria . . . .Decatur . . .Chicago . . . .Aurora . . . .Chicago .........Kings . . . .Springfield . . . .Champaign . . . . .Chicago . . . .Belleville ......Silius . . . .Harvey . . . .Chicago . . . . .Chicago . . . . .Oak Park . . . .Wood River .......Chicago .....Chicago RUNDLE, Harold K., MMC-M .................. Colchester SBERTOLI, Maurice L., PFCAMDET ............ Evanston LT Gordon F. SILJESTROM, GUN ........ Highland Park SMITH, Richard A., SN-S-3 ...................... Rautoul SULLIVAN, Townsley B., EMI-E ,.......... ..... C hicago THOMPSON, Michael H., LCPL-MDET .......... Chicago TOLBERT, Jerry L., GM3-4th ................,, Eldorado TRANCHITELLA, Doug Qnj, PFC-MDET .... North Park UDELL, Frank J., PVT-MDET .................... Chicago VAUGHAN, Roy E., SN-S-l ........... WAGGONER, ose h A., SN-N . .... Peoria . . . .Alton J p ........... WALKER, WVilliam Qnj Jr., PFC-MDET ..... .... C hicago WEBER, John w., sA-Ex ............. wll.KEv, Donald G MM3-M YANCEY, Charley GM2-4th.' .. l H INDIANA BARNARD, ohn M SA lst J ., - .......... BURTON, David c., MM2-A ,...... . . . .Chicago . . . . .Chicago . . . .Beardstown ..........Gary Crown Point CHILDRESS, Du Bois qnp, PVT-MDET.....-...... ........ Gary JACOBY, Charles E., sN-lvl ............, JULLIAN, Jimmy qnp, SN-S-2 ..... ,....WVabash . . . . .Bicknell KADO, Felix W., SKI-S-2 ........ LUCAS, Thomas M., SN-N ......... MC MULLEN, John R., CSI-S-2 .... MEDLOCK, Robert L., SN-S-3 .... MILLER, Robert L., SN-5th .......... MIMMS, Kenneth A., TE j RMI-OR .... MOORE, James R., FN-A .......... MORRIS, James W., FN-7th ..... OSBORN, Paul R., SN-3rd ...... PACKER, James fnj, FN-B ....... Ensign Charles R. POGUE, OPS ..... SALMON, Eddie R., PFC-MDET .... SCHOUTEN, Thomas J., MMI-A .... WHITNEY, Ronald E., SN-6th ..... IOWA BERGER, Robert K., FN-R ....... ........Knox . . , .Bridgeport .....Ft. Wayne .......Salem ......Hammond . . . . .Indianapolis . . . . .Vincennes .........Kodomo . . . . .Indianapolis ..........Gary ......Muncie .....Dunkirk .....Hammond .......Peru . . . .Des Moines BOYER, Julius J. Jr., SN-S-2 ....... .... D ubuque BUDD, Robert C., JOSN-FLAG ......... ...... A tlantic CHORD, Raymond J., YN3-FLAG .... ...... O ltumwa DICKERSON, Dean R., SN-F ......... ...... S henendoah DRIVER, Thomas J., BM1-4th ....... FARRELL, Michael C., RDSA-OI .... GESLING, Robert E., FN-B ........ GRAY, Fred H., GMSN-2nd ..... GREENE, Marvin E., SA-3rd ..... GROE, Oryln C., GNSN-G ........ JOHNSON, George Qnj, EMC-E ..... KNUPP, Howard T., SA-EX ........ KUHLJUERGEN, Delbert A., YNC-F LCDR Vernon LA HEIST, ENG .......... LTJG Steven Qnj MAC DONALD, OPS ...... . LTJG Charles A. MALMBERG, ENG. MAYS, Thomas A., SN-5th ,.......... MC QUATTERS, Mac J., DKC-S-l. .. MEYER, Francis A., EN I-S-2 ......... NOVAK, Ronald Qnj, RDS-OI ..... OSWALD, Ronald L., HM3-H ..... RYALS, James R., SN-OI ....... SMITH, Douglas J., EM3-E .....,.. SMITH, Elmer A. Jr., BM2-6th ....... STIEGELMEYER, Roy L., YN2-EX.. TERFEI-IN, Arden L., SN-7th ....... THOMAS, Gerald E., RD2-OI .... WILSON, Robert L., SA-lst ....... KANSAS BURNS, Charles G., SA-OE .......... DALE, Melvin L., SN-6th ........... HARTMAN, Wilbur E., PFC-MDET. HENLEY, Donald W., ICFN-E ........ HUGHES, Harold E. Jr., PFC-MDET. KEARNEY, Robert E., SN-G ......... MATTHEWS, Charles L., SAH7th... PEASE, Richard L., SN-F ........... PROCHASKA, Harold D., EM3-E ..... RILEY, Larry D., PFC-FLAG ..... LTJG Robert E. SELLERS, OPS ..... STATEN, Joseph R., SA-lst ...... WAITS, Ronald J., SNf5th ...... WEAR, John K., SA-5th ............ KENTUCKY BUTCHER, cnarlcs L., ET2-E ....... CHAMBERLAIN, Ralph E., EM2-E ..., DAWSON, Richard D., sA-OR ....... DILL, Alvin J., SN-S-3 ................ . HARPER, Edward L. Jr., RMSN-oR. HARPER, Kevin D., SN-2nd -...---- LEHMAN, Peter M., GS2-G .......- SKIDMORE, Horner E., SFM3-R .... STONE, Cecil L., MM3-M ........ SUMPTER, David J., SN-OE ..... VAUGHN, Carl E., GDI3-3rd ....... WVEST, Robert D. Jr., NWVSN-G ..... IVORLEY, Melvin E., GM3-6th ..., Council Bluffs . . . . .Charles City . . . . .Ainsworth . . . .Montezuma . . . .Ottumwa . . . .Northwood . . . . Oskaloosa ..............Vinton LAG ...... Ft. Dodge Council Blulis . . .Des Moines .........Essex ...Des Moines . .... Mason City ........Ireton . . . .Ft. Dodge . . . . . .Creston . . .Des Moines .......Toledo . . . .Shenandoah .......Vinton . . . .Wellsburg . . . . .Miville . . . . .Kellogg . . . . .Manhattan .. . . . .Wichita . . . .... Kansas City . . ..... Wellington . . . . . .Wichita . . . . . .Wichita . .... Tonganoxie .. . .. .Topeka . . . .Ellsworth . . . .Wichita ... . . .Wichita . . . . .Manhattan . . . . . .Wichita . . . . .Kansas . . . .Hindman . . . . .Hickman . . . .Louisville . . .Russellville . . . .Louisville . . . . .Hanover .......Paducah . . . .Vanceberg . . . . .Ashland . . .Burkesville ......Harlan . . . .Louisville . . . . .Paducah LOUISIANA BLANEY, Horace C., BT3-B .......... BOONE, Joseph H., SMI-OS ......... BRYANT, William qnp jr., EMFN-E. .. CROSSWHITE, Alton R., SN-2nd .... DANIELS, Sherman U., SK3-S-1 .... DUNAWAY, Jessie L., MM2-A ...... . . . . . . .Pinerville . . . .New Orleans . . .... Baton Rouge . . . . .Hardwood .........Bastrop . . . . .Baton Rouge DUNHAM, Frederick T., RD3-OI ...... ...... P ineville JOHNSON, John T. Jr., YNC-EX ..... ........ B unkie LCDR Robert W. LA PLANTE, SUP .... .... N ew Orleans LEE, Jerry fnj, MM3-M .,............ .,... S hongaloo MC COY, Billy E., SN-F ..........,. ..... C rowley MC RIGHT, Augus G., MMI-M .... ...Glenmora MC RIGHT, Kenneth G., SAHM ....... .... G lenmora MITCHUM, Jerome B., RMSNHOR .... ..... S hrveort NEWMAN, Russell E., FN-B ....... SCOTT, Dan Qnj Jr., SD3-S-2B .... STELLY, Walter J., SA-2nd ...... THOMAS, Joseph HL", DC2-R ........ WALTON, Earl O., FN-E. ............ WESTMORELAND, Charles W., PFC- WILLIAMS, Joseph C., SN-2nd ....... WINGERTER, John J., SN-FLAG .... MAINE ADAMS, Garfield D., FTASN-F ....... CLOUGH, Edward A., css-s-2 ......... . . . .Hammon . . . .New Orleans ........Lafyett . . . . . .Lake Charles ...........Sulphur MDET .... Leesville . . . . . .New Orleans . . . .New Orleans . . . . . .Monmouth . . . . .South Berwick MC INNIS, John R., ISTSGT-MDET ....,,.... Kenmebunk WARD, William E., FN-B ............ . . ....... Gorham MARYLAND BANASHAK, James M., YN2-OS ...... .... B altimore BREWER, Harry E., BM2-5th .... .... H aglestown BUNN, Billy T., RD2mOI ......... ....... L aurel LTJG, Richa.rd V. CLOCK, GUN .... .... B altimore EBERT, George W., SN-S-3 ......., .... B altimore JAKUM, Frank G. JR., AGS-OR ........... ..,, B altimore , MASSACHUSETTS BOURGHT, Norman "F", MR2-A ......... .... F itchburg GILBERT, Charles G. Jr., BT1-B ,.... ..... , Chelsea CRIFFIN, Maurice L. Jr., SN-6th .... ..... C oncord JOHNSON, Robert C., SN-OR ....... .... L eigester LISCOTTI, Domenic E., BM2-6th. .. MACLEAN, Douglas M., RD3-OI ...... . .... Leominster ........Athol PONTE, John R., SH2-S-3 .............. ...... S omerset WORTHINGTON, James H., SH2-S-3 .... ..,. B ambridge MICHIGAN ALBRIGHT, Bemard E. Jr., SN-N ..... .... P aw Paw ALT, James E., SN-5th ................. .... D etroit BORELLA, William P., PFC-MDET .... .... D etroit BOWERMAN, Jack C., SA-6th ........... ...... I onia BRESSETTE, Lawrence R., CSSN-S-2 ...., ..... S aginaw CHMURA, Edward J., MMSA-M ,.... CHURCHILL, Dale R., FN-M ........ HANEY, Robert A., GM3-4th ...,... HAYHOW, Ernest H. II, EM3-E ..... , . . .... Allen Park . . ..... Marysville ERICKSON, Raymond H., QMS-N ..... . , . .Pontiac . . . .Jackson ........Detroit HOFFMAN, Daniel R., SN-6th .................... Maybee Ensign, Frank M. JOHNSON, ENG .......... Grand Haven KANGAS, Robert R., FT2-F ........... ..........Wayne KIBLER, Terrance M., SN-4th .... .... D etroit LARIVEE, Donald L., FN-B ....... ..... D etroit LEWIS, Ted R., SN-OI ............... .... S t. Johns LOHRMANN, Wayne H., SN-EX... LOVELAND, William A., PFC-MDET. LOWRY, Allan H., BM3-6 ........... MASSIE, James fnj, EMI-G ...... MULLEE, James T., BT3-B ..... NOEL, John W., QM3-FLAG .... ORR, Norman H., FTASN-F .... PASCO, Robert C., RM3-OR .... PATTERSON, George E., SA-l .... . . . .... Detriot . . . .... Brighton . . . .Detroit . . . . . .Detroit . . . .Wyandotte . . . . . .Detroit . . . .Klamazoo . . . . .Champion . . . . .Reading POFF, Edward P., RMI-OR .... RAMSAY, Robert C., IC3-E ...... REILLY, William J., SN-3 ........... SHERWOOD, Ronald D., SA-H 84 D.. SOBKOWSKI, Henry P., MMFN-A .... STURGES, Ronald R., SN-1 ......... VAN DEVELDE, David G., sN-s-1 ...., WOOD, Willard F., MMFN-M ....... MINNESOTA BROWN, Ronald D., PEC-MDET .... CHERITY, Thomas M., SN-6th ...... DENNY, Hubert G., HM3-H Sc D .... GADES, Melvin H., Blvllgard ........ GAERTNER, Rionnrd D., A141-s-l ..., GREENER, Lloyd E., MM2AA ........ LTJG Roger P. GROTH, GUN ........ HERGOTT, John A., SN-4th ......... REINARTZ, Raymond A. Jr., SNA3rd ..... REISHUS, Ross L., PN3-EX ................ RUDE Ronald C., SN-4th ...,........ MISSISSIPPI BALDWIN, John B. Jr., SN-OI ........ COX, Charles A. Jr., FN-A .......... FERGUSON, Chester R., GMSN-F .... MC CARSTLE, Fred C. Jr., SN-N .... MC DANIEL, Clayton D., FN-R .... NORRELL, Robert A., SHC3-S-3 .... RAINEY, Guy C., FA-R .,........ RICKS, Eddie M., FN-B .... RICKS, James E., FN-R ......... SEWELL, Joe F., FN-A ............. STATEN, William T., MM1-M .... STAGGS, Arlis D., SN-6th ....... STEWARD, Dallas Qnj, SDI-S-2b ...... MISSOURI ALLEN, Jerry L., ETRsN-OE ....... ANTIN, John W., ETMSN-E ..,...... AVITT, Willis D., RMSN-OR ..... BILLINGSLEY, Clarence Qnj Jr., EM3- BLACK, Gary W., SN-6th ............ Ensign George L. BLACKBURN, GUN BUETTNER, Edward W., CS3-S-2... BUNTIN, Carlos C., SK3-S-l ......... BURRIS, Richard L., RD1-OI ...... . Traverse City .........Detroit ........Detroit .Grand Rapids . . . .Richmond . . . .Lexington . . . . . .Monroe . . . . .Allen Park .... . .Harbors . . .Minneapolis . . . . . .Bemidji . . . . .Appleton . . .Minneapolis . . . .Monticello . . .Minneapolis . . . . . .Skakopee . South St. Paul ........Sebeka . . . .St. Paul . . .Hattiesburg ......Blloxi .......Ethel . . . .Woodville . . . . . . .Weir . . . . . .Benoit . . . . .Lexington . . . .Greenwood . . . .Greenwood . . . . . . .Lyon . . . .Pontotoc . . .Tupelo . . . .Laurel ........Qu1in . . . .Platte City Joseph E .... . . Warrensburg Joseph BUTTS, Carl E., sua-s-3 .............. CLEMENTS, Gordon R., SMI-FLAG .... DEATHERAGE, James D., FN-M ..... FOSTER, Dewayne Qnj, GM2-4th .... FOSTER, James D., EM3-E .......... FRANKLIN, Lawrence S., SHCA-S-3. .. FRANKLIN, Lester E., SA-S-3 ....... CDR John J. HAFFEY Jr., EXEC .... HAMILTON, Buford A., FN-A ..... HAMILTON, Jack E., SN-4th ..... HUGILL, Floyd M., SN-3rd ..... IRWIN, Dale L., SN-3rd ..... JONES, Bobby Qnj, SN-N ......... JONES, Duane A., FN-R .......... KINCAID, Jerome A., EN3-FLAG ..., KINCHELOW, Leon G., SN-OI ..... LILARD, Caylon D., SA-5th ....,... LISBY, William R., IC2-E ............ CAPT Marvin H. LUGGER, MDET. .. METZ, Walter G. Jr., TEjRMC .,...., MOONEY, General fnj, GMSN-7th ,,,, MOORE, Johnnie M., PN2-EX ....,, MOSLEY, Richard L., EMFN-E .,,,, NEELY, Thomas O., SN-OI .,..,,, PUGH, Thomas J. Jr., SN-5th ..... RILEY, Charles M., PFC-MDET ,,,, RILEY, Richard R., SN-4th ..,,., SMITH, Dewey A., BT3-B ,,,,,, ........Joplm .....St. Louis . . . . ,Ludlow . . , .St. Joseph . . . . .Cleveland . . . .St. Louis . . . . .Eminence .. . . .St. Louis . . . .Houston . . . . . . .Belton .. . . .St. Loius .Lee's Summit .. . . .St. Louis ......St. Louis . Independence . . . . .St. Joseph .......Senath ........Lamar . .Spring Field . . .Kansas City . . . .Dunklin . . . . .Corder .......St. Louis . . .Kansas City Peach Orchard .......,...Joplin . . . . .Kennet . . .St. Louis .....St. Louis .....St. Louis . . . .Kansas City . . . .East Prairie M1 SPEAR, Joe c., SN-7th ........... SWOPE, John w., SHCA-S-3 ........ TURNER, Robert A. jr., TN-sz ...... Ensign Donald A. WOLFSKILL, ENG .... . MONTANA ASH oseph C., FN B COIVIFIJRT, Everett J., SN-OS ..... DUPUIS, Robert R. Jr., BMI 6th. .. HILLSTRAND, Thomas C., SN-N .... KIRKWOOD, George T., GS3-G... MARKOVICH, Donald J., SA-S-3. .. RAMIREZ, Rudy Qnj, SN-lst ...., SOL, William A., EM3-R ,.............. NEBRASKA BANGERT, Gary L., SN-OI ....,,...... . GRIGER, Gerald J., FA-B ....... HAASE, Merlyn R., IC3-7th .... MADEY, Thomas G., ICFN-E .... SOLE, Owen A. Jr., RM3-OR ..... WELCH, Kenneth E., SN-4 ....... NEVADA DEL CARLO, William M., EMFN-E.. LTJG William J. HOWTON, GUN .... RICH, Ted S., SN-5 .......,...... SMITH, Bruce W., SN-N .... WHALEY, Emest Qnj, SN-6 ........... NEW HAMPSHIRE HUNDLEY, Alnnm J. jr., GMI-4th.... O'SULLIVAN, Clyde T., MMl-A ...... NEW .IERSEY FABRICATORE, Leonard O., CSCA-S-2 ..... HENDERSON, Rodney N., SN-6th .... HOBSON, William J., ADI-V ......, JONES, William H., FN-R ..,..... LAND, Charles J., GM2-7th ..... LEVINE, Max qnp, sN-oR ......... ToToRo, Joseph qnp jr., SA-7th ..... WILLENBROCK, Fred S., NWSN-G.. WOOD, Franklin D., SFP2-R .......... NEW MEXICO BALDONADO, Jake S., FN-M ......... BILLINGS, James T., PFC-MDET... CHAVEZ, Charlie Qnj, SAMlst ...... ESKEW, Gerald E., FA-M ....... FLINN, Pat G., BM1-S-2 .......... FULGHAM, Tommy D., SA-2nd ..... HARRIS, John H., SA-EX ....,... . HIGUERA David P., FN-B ........ HODGE, Lloyd H., HMI-H Sc D .... LEMONS, Len L., SN-OS .......... SLIPEK, Glenn L., SA-4th ........,.... . NEW YORK BASHA, Robert L., RD2-FLAG ........ . BLYDENBURGH, James F., RMS-OR ..... CERASUOLO, Patsy C., YNI-FLAG... D'AMBROGIO, Daivd A., SN-N ..... DE LA CRUZ, Joseph A., IC3-E ,... DE SANTO, John C., RD3-OI ..... FINNEGAN, James J., RM1-OR .... GILES, Daniel L., EN2-A .......... GLAZIER, Howard E., SN-S-1 ...... GRAHAM, Henry D., RMI-FLAG... HAMM, Melvin fnj, ET3-OE ....... HERBERT, Ronald Qnj, FTA3-F ..., HOLASCO, Jose Qnj, SA-3rd ........... LANE, Bartholomew Qnj Jr., SN-OE. .. LT Charles V. LAVAN, FLAG ......... MORSE, Wayne M., ICFN-E ..... . . . .Missouri City ........Sedalia .....St. Louis . . .Kansas City . . . J .Billings .......Butte ........Pols0n . . .Great Falls . . . .Polson . . .Butte . . . . .Butte . . . .Missoual . . .Big Springs .......Omaha . . .Sioux City . . . . .Omaha . . . .Omaha . . .Dawson . .Virginia City ...........Reno ......Reno .Sparks .....Las Vegas . . . . . . . .Portsmouth . . . . .Portsmouth .......Newark ..Somers Point . . .Toms River . . . .Taylorville . . . . .Horllville . . . . . .Fairlawn . .Somers Point .. ..... River Edge . . ..... Jacksonville . . . .Tularosa . . .Santa Rita . .Albuquerque . . . .Lovington ........Anthony .........Clovls Mountain Aire .........Carlsbad . . . . .Corona . . . . . .Carlsbad . .Albuquerque . . .Schenectady ..........Islip . . . .New York . . . .Brooklyn . . . . .Brooklyn .......Auburn . .Staten Island . . . . . .Unodilla .......Malone . . . . .Brooklyn . . . .New York . . . .Brooklyn . . . .New York . . . .New York . . . .Kenmore . . . . .Liverpool O'CALLAHAN, ose h sMcA FLAG I P I-, - ........ WARNER, jack L., YN3-EX ............. LT Paul w. WILLIAMSON, GUN ....... NORTH DAKOTA CHAPMAN, Allan W., SKS-S-1 .......... JOHNSON, Donald D., PHG3-FLAG .... MAGEE, Keith C., HM3-H 84 D ....... MCCULLOCK, Allan G., PFC-MDET... Brooklyn . . . . .Batavia . . . . .Lyons . . . .... Williston . . .. . .Lisbon . . . . .Bismarck . . . . .Cooperstown MOHL, Jacob R. Jr., SKSN-S-I .............. Golden Valley SCHAFF, Victor S., TEfYNI-EX ................ Bowman SCHNACKENBERG, Donald L. FN-A Council Blilfs STEINER, Gerald L., GMI-4tli ........ .,... Williston NORTH CAROLINA ALLEN, Johnny A., AMH3-V ................ Lumberton CRIBB, Bobby C., BTFN-B ..... ENS Wade L. DAVIS, GUN ..... HICKS, Charles A., SN-F ......... JENKINS, Thomas fnj, SN-3rd ..... JOHNSON, Leroy C., SN-6th ......... MC GARTER, George H., SN-F ..... MILLER, Luther H., SFI-R ........ MYERS, Nathan W. Jr., EM3-E .... NANCE, Charles B., SN-6th ....... NELSON, James G., FN-R ........ PICKETT, Wilbur H., SD2-S-2b .... SKINNER, Bernice L., SN-OS ..... STEARNS, Micheal B., SN-2nd ..... STROUP, James E., FN-E .......... WAGINER, James R., SKSN-S-I ..... OHIO BALLINGER, Wayne R., PFC-MDET .... BANKS, James M., BTFN-B ........... BARBER, Wilbert T., SN-lst ........ BRAWLEY, Martin O. C., SN-4th .... BRAY, Raymond L., RDSN-OI .... BURGESS, Mark F. Jr., FN-A ..... Ensign William E. Byman, Gun ...... DANKOWSKI, Gerald M., SA-6th .... DONISI, Dominic E., SN-F ..... EVANS, Edward J., SNNOS ........ GARDIS, George A., SFM2-R ..... GILLIAM, Billy J., SN-F ........... GREGORY, Joseph H., BT3-B ..... HAAS, James R., ETN3-OE ....... HILL, Robert J. Jr., DC3-R ....... HOLMES, Patridc J., SA-F ........... CAPT Charles R. JOHNSON, FLAG .... KASHUK, Michael Qnj, SAa4th ...... KLINE, Roger N., EM2-E ......... KOROVICH, Eugene J., SN-7th .... MARTIN, Timothy E., ETR3-OE .... MATTHES, John L., SN-3rd ......... MC CORMIC, Donald E., BM2-FLAG .... MOORE, Arnold N., BMSN-lst ...... . . . . . .Wilmington . . . .Mountairy . . . . . .Belmont . . . .Robbinsville . . . .Greensboro . . . .Gastonia . . . .Harmony . . . . .Jonesboro . . . .Lincolnton .........Hamlet . . . . .Jacksonville ........Watha . . . .Newbern . . . . .Brevard . . . .Burlington . . . .Harrison . . . .Newark . . .Cleveland . . . . .Columbia . . . . .Cincinnati . . . . . . .Loagn . . . . .Cincinnati . . . . .Cleveland . . . . .Cincinnati . . . . .Cleveland . . ..... Akron .........Toledo . . . .East Orville .. . . . .Norwalk . . . .Springfield .......Mentor . . . .Stubbenville . . . . .Cleveland .......Akron . . . . .Cleveland . . . . .Cleveland . . . . .Mansfield . . . . . .Shelby .. . . . .Cincinnati MORGAN, Carl W. CPLWMDET ..... ....... J amestown SHAW, Bradley K., FN-B ............ ..... W est LaFayette SIMMS, Charles H. Jr., SNe7th ..... LTJG Joseph P. SPETZ, ENG .... STROBEL, Luther L., SN-7th ...... SWEENEY, Raymond W., SA-lst .,.. WHEELER, Jerry A., FN-A ........... . OKLAHOMA BLVDWORTH, Jerry w., SA-4th ...- BOYD, John H. Jr., SN-7th .......... BRANNON, Kenneth A., FTI-F .....- CHAPMAN, Jack C., TEfYN3-F .---- cRlTEs, Billy J., FN-M .......... DAVIS, snnnny wb. SNe7lh --4----- -'-' FRANCIS, Monroe Qnj, SN-5th ---- ---- FRAZIER, Paul E., FN4M. ......... . HULME, Garry A., LIPSN-EX ........ . . . . .. . . . .Columbus . . . . .Painsville . . . .Greenville ..........Wi1loby . . Young Town TODD, James F., SN-6th .......... . . . ......Nash Port . . . .Okmulgee . . . . .Duncan .........Enid ......Lexington Oklahoma City -Oklahoma City ...........Elreno Oklahoma City MC WILLIAMS, Richard C., ETI-G .............. Lamont OFNEIL, Donald G, DT1 H 3s D POLLOCK, Arono K, FN E PORTER Thomas E, GS2 G PRUITT, warren D, SN s2 SPERBER, Seymour S , SN FLAG OREGON ALLEN, Melvrn W, SN 5th BOSLER Warren W Jr, MMFN M BRADFORD Richard T, FTASN CASBY, Joseph E, MMFN M CLARK, Myron R, FTMSN F FANNIN, Robert M,SA 7th FREDERICKS, OttoJ EM2 E GASWINT, Jack L SN F GATEWOOD, Delbert E GUY, Donald L, MMFN A HASCHE, Melvm J SN EX HEIN, Clarence L , ETN3 O12 HERMO, Robert L, SN 7th HILL, Joseph W , SN t HORN, Joe R , BMC Ist HUGHES, William A SIN N JONES, Eugene O SA Ist MILLER, Ellis H CS3 S2 MOE, Dale E, SN 5th MULLENIX, Artie L , FN 5th MURPHY, Paul Qnp, BMI s OWNBY, Oscar L, FT2 F PAVLICEK, Sylvester L, SFPFN R SPENLE, Thomas W, SN S2 STANFILL, Jerry A, SN 6th FRANBERG, Leroy C , FN A WEBER John M, SA 3rd WILLIAMS Leon D, FTA3 F PENNSYLVANIA LTJG Robert E CORSNITZ, OPS FLACK, Norman K, MR3 A GETTEMY, James W , BM3 Ist GROVE, Kenneth M, SA 7th LCDR Norman Qnj, HUFFNAGLE GUN JASPER, Robert C Jr, MM3 M KANARR, Harry C , FTASN F Ensign Donald L KATZ, OPS LAWRENCE, James L, GM3 5th LLOYD, Chaunley M , HN H 84 D CAPT Elliott LOUGHLIN, COM OFF MALIN, Randall D , SA 4th MCKENZIE, Johnny J EM3 E MILBY, Arthur W, 3rd MOORE, Joseph A, SA 2nd MULHOLLAND, Harry T , BMI OI PEACHIZY, Aquila T , DKSN S I REILLY, John J Jr, MM3 M Ensign Lloyd A ROHLFS, SUP Ensign William A SASSMAN GUN SHOTSBERGER, Robert D, NWSN G SURRICK, Richard H, SN F TAPER, John tnj, GM3 6th WHALEN, Rrdlard F Jr, SA OR YOUNG, Barry N , FA M PHILLIPPINES ALAMBRA, Ludovico B, TN FLAG ARENAS, Antenor A , TN S 2B BA1zA, Camzlo qnp, sD2 s2B CACCAM, Romeo A, TN S2B CHINSIO, Ciprxano A, TN S-2B CRISTOBAL, Dellin F , TN S2B Tulsa Duncan Snyder Stecker Tulsa Ranler Portland Talent Portland North Bend Portland Vale Roseburg Newberg Molalla Salem Portland Clatskame Roseburg Rogue River Hillsboro North Bend Forest Grove Silverton Lebanon Medford Junction City Aurora Dalles Portland Eugene Roseburg Coos Bay Halifax New Castle Tarr Havertown Germantown Allentown Ahqulppa Philadelphia Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Philadelphia Lebanon Beaver Falls Philadelphia Chalk Hill Philadelphia Reedsville Bethlehem Philadelphia Elkms Park Sunburry Croyden Canonsburg Philadelphia Columbia Quezon City Nail, Cavite Alanunos Baguio City Baguio City Manila ENERLAN, Gerardo Qnj, SD2 S 2B Poblacion, Buraven, Leyte FLORES, Pedro A Jr, SN S-I Tambo Indang, Cavite FLORES, ROIIIEO Z SN 4th Angeles GUERRERO, Leon F , SD2 FLAG San Felipe, Zambales GUZMAN, Cezar P , TN FLAG Orion, Bataan IBASAN, Domingo C, SN S 1 Pozorrubro, Pangasman LA DAO Bomfacio G , SD3 FLAG San Marcellmo, Zambales LUMAGU, Domingo S , TN S-2B , , ,Cavite MANGOSONG, Henry 0 , TN S 2B Asmgan, Pangasinan MERZA, Helarro fny, SD3 SZB Infanta, Pangasinan MIGUELINO, Bienvemdo Qnj, RMI OR .,M3ni1a MOJICA, Vmcente A, SD3 FLAG Mendez, Cavite NAPOLES, Ponclano fnj, SDI FLAG Nabua Camarines Sur PONCE, Luis E, FTCA FLAG ,.M,mi1,, POSADAS, Perfecto Qnj, SD2 FLAG Malasiqui, Pangasinan RACIMO, Ilhezer A , TA FLAG Vmtar, Ilocos Norte RAMOS, Francisco Qnj, SD3 S-2B San Fernando, Romblon RAMOS, Sulpecro Qnj, SD3 S 2B San Fernando, Romblon RED, Robledo R, TN S-2B Blnakayan, Kawit, Cavite SAMONTE, Cesar S , TA FLAG San Antonio, Cavite SANDRO, Domingo Qnj, CS2 SF2 Santa Cruz, Manilla SANTOS, D1v1no D , PN2 EX Palaulg Anselmo SANTOS, Nicasio R Jr DK2 S-I Tondo, Manila SUGUI, Sabmo C, SD2 S2B San Norcnsce, Zambales VICTA, Salvador B , SN S 2 Kawit, Cavite VICTORIO, Teodulo tnj, SH3 Gurmba Nueva Eija VILLANUEVA, Pedro L, SN S3 SOUTH CAROLINA ALBERTSON, Harold M SN Os GATTIS, Edgar T, FN R SHEFFIELD, William E , BT3 B sM1TH, wendeu G , SN 7th SOUTH DAKOTA ANDERSON Emmet s, HM3 H Sc D FISCHER, Richard C, SN-OS HAUK, Eugene R ICFA E LIKEWISE, Francis L, SN lst OLSON, Harlan r, Prc MDET POPPEN, Gerald E, Fra F STACK, verl D, FN A WAGGGONER, Richard E, SN Sl TENNESSEE AUSMUS, Bewey L , QM2 FLAG BARONE, Frank J SN 3rd BARTON, Howard fnj, FN A BRUMLEY, Don P, RM3 OR COLE, James W Jr, MMFN M COOPER, George D, SN 4th CROWE J ' ", SIN FL FLOYD, Robert L, FN B GREGGS Robert G SN OR HENEGAR Donald G, SN lst CK , Robert E, SN Ist KIRBY, David R SN 3rd LAYNE, Aaron B, SN 5th MACHAEL, Albert R, BM2 MCCARTY Ondls W GM3 t MCCLOUD, Vernon W , GM3 t MILLS, James R, FN A OUTLAW, James E , FA R PATTERSON, Dale A, FTA3 F PHILLIPS, B1lly J, FN A RHODES, Donald R, PHG3 EX SELPH Kenneth Inj, SA 2nd SISK, William L , MM3 M SULLIVAN, Ralph L , SFM3 R THOMPSON, Travis O, TEfRM3 WALKER, James D , SN F Ensign George F WEIS Jr ENG WILLIAMS, Charles C, SK2 Sl WOOTEN, Donald M, SN S1 TEXAS ANDREWS Ira W SN 6th AVON, John s Jr SN 4th BOWLES, Donme R MM2 B BRIIMER, John R, FN B . .Manila . .Liberty . . . .Loris Darlington .Bamberg . Pierpont . Mobridge Rapid City . Fairburn .Arlington . . .Revillo . . .Lennox Sioux Falls Chattanooga .Memphis .Nashville .Memphis .Nashville Chattanooga , .Cleveland L Chattanooga . .Memphis , Chattanooga Chattanooga .Nashville . .Whiteside . . .Memphis W . . .Knoxville . . .Nashville . . .Memphis . . . . .Mercer . . .Maryville Chattanooga . . .Maryville . . . . . .Alamo . . . .Danridge . . . . .Sparta . . . .Nashville . . .Fayettville . . . .Nashville . . . .Memphis . . . .Oakridge ........C1sco .......Dallas Marble Falls ..... .Dickerson KY W n T .r....-.---1u..--- - . I . . ' T l , . - ...................... ' - ' -'-- ' , . . - .............. X 4 . , - - Q I I . I . , ' . -F ................ . - A Q h . ., - ........................ . . - - A ., - ...................... . . 1 ., SN-S-I ................ ' . ' - """""' ' -- ........ . ............... . ' " - """" ' ' I ' ., - ........................ 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'OR' "" ' ' W ' .1nn'.--.-"'-no ' . I A ' . ., -.'..' . ., - - ...... I ........ Z ..... , q - . ' . ' i Q ' 'D W -n.-- 1 . . .............. I U - W - l . l BROWN, Donald R., EMFN-E ......... . ....... Talco BURKS, Freddy W., SN-2nd ............ .... F ort Worth CLOCKWOOD, Richard qny, SN-4th ..... DAVIS, Robert L. Jr., SN-5th ........... DONLEY, Robert C., SN-3rd ..,. DUNCAN, Herman L., SN-2nd .... FIELDS, Herbert D., SN-S-2 ...... FLINT, Michael "K" SFM2-R ........ GOFF, Walter I. Jr., FN-B ............. GOODMAN, Kenneth E. jr., SM3-OS ..... .......Austin .. . . . .Houston . . . .Queen City ........Quanah . . . . .San Antonio . . . .Jacksonville ........Vidor . . . . . .Houston GRAY, Edward "BH BTI-B ......,...... ...Port Neches GUTIERREZ, Ernesto A., SN-OE ..... HALL, James W., EM3-E ........ HARDIN, Glenn D., SN-OR ............ . . . . .San Antonio . . . . . .Houston . . . . .Lubbock HARRISON, Jimmy C., FN-A ,...,... .. .... Fort Worth HARTMAN, Leslie D., TEfRM3-OR ..... HODGE, Henry C., MM2-B .......... HONEYCUTT, Byron L., CSSN-S-2 ..... HUDGENS, James B., RMSN-OR ...... JAMES, Joe D., SN-S-3 ............. JOHNSON, Donald H., GM2-lst ....,. JONES, Walter R., RMSN-OR ........... . . . .Houston . . . .Athens . . . .Houston . . . . .Dumas . . . . .Abilene . . . . .Odessa . . . . . .Houston LUDDINGGON, Clifford L. Jr., SN-4th ........ San Antonio MARTEL, Paul E., FA-M ............. MAXEY, Royce G., SN-3rd ....... MC CLANE, Donald R., MM3-A.. Ensign Buddy C. MURDOCK, SUP ...... . . . .Beaumont .......Odessa .........Dallas . . . .Wichita Falls MURO, Joseph fnj, SN-4th ............. ........ E l Paso ONTIVEROS, Santiago fnj Jr., SN-S-2 ........ San Antonio ORTA, Antonio fnj, MM3-M ............ ........... C lmt PAT'roN,, David D., rcs-E. ......... . PATTON, Elbert J., CPL-MDET .... ........Denison .....Grape Land PELLICANO, Louis fnj, SN-OS ....... ........ E l Paso PUNCHARD, "T" "J" SDI-S-2b .......... ........ E lgin RICHARDSON, Kenneth D., FTASN-F. .... Menard SAMFORD, Travis L., GM3-F ........... .... H ouston SEABORN, Jon L., RD3-OI .... ...... A rlington SCOTT, Albert P., FTMSN-F. .. .... Brownsville SNAPP, "J" D., FA-M ........ ........ R otan THOMAS, Huey P., SN-S-3 ..... ...Gilmer WARE, James C., SN-OI ........ .... D allas WILLIAMS, Emory L., CS2-S-2 .... .... A billine WILLIAMS, Joe E., FN-E ............ .... M idland WORLEY, William B., PFC-MDET .... .... Op essa YANEZ, Matilde fnj, ASGT-MDET ..... .... H ouston UTAH LARSEN, Kenneth E., SN-F ..... .... L ayton MALAN, Delbert D., IC2-E ........... .... O gden MASSEY, Leroy "D", SN-lst ............ .......... P rice MC PHERSON, Ralph N., YN2-FLAG .............. Nephi YOCOM, Keith H., CS3-S-2 ............... VIRGINIA BOOKER, George R., FTASN-F .... BURKE, Kenneth H., GMI-5th ........ BUTLER, John H., SN-3rd ............ CAPT William R., CRENSHAW, FLAG ...... .Salt Lake City .........Alex . . . . .Nickelsonie ..........Staunton Virginia Beach DOAR, William S. Jr., TEfRMC-OR .......... Portsmouth ELLIOTT, Charles 'O., SN-S-2 ......... CAPT Charles R. JOHNSON, FLAG .... MAIRS, William D., SA-6th .......... RADM Alfred G. WARD, FLAG ........ WASHINGTON AMSDEN, Floyd H., SN-3rd- ........, ANDERSON, John F., SA-4th ..... BAXTER, John D., SN-7th ..,... BICKEL, Jerald A., SA-F ....... BLACKER, Michael C., SN-F .... BORTNER, James H., SN-7th .... BREST, Leroy E., MMI-M ......... BRIGHT, Deway W., SFM3-R .... BROOKS, Richard D., SN-7th ....... CHIPPERFIELD, Norman R., SN-F .... Ensign Gordon K. DAVIS Jr., GUN... . .... Barhamsville . . . . .Arlington . . .Lynchburg . . . . .Arlington . . . .Spokane . . . . .Yakima . . . .Spokane . . .Wenache . . . . . .Houston . . . .Castlerock ..........Yakima . . . .Port Angeles . . . .Seore Wooley . . . . .Kirkland . . . .Seattle FORNEY, James L., FTASN-F .... GAYANAUGH, Roy B., SA-2nd .... GERKING, Dale A., SN-5th ....... GERMUNSEN, Duane E., SN-4th .... GLADSJO, Patrick W., FA-A ...... GRUVER, Robert L., RD3-OI ..... HALL, David C., DKSN-S-I ........... HALL, Francis S., FN-A ................ HARROLD, Willis P., ACPL-MDET .... HENDRICKSON, Larry E., PFC-MDETZZ HOLCOMB, John s., SN-6th .............. HOUDAK, Gary J., ACPL-MDET .... HONSTAIN, Vernon B., MMFN-M .... JOHNSON, James E., SK3-S-l ....... JOHNSON, Howard N., RDSN-OI ..... JORDAN, Rocky C., ETA3-F ....... KAI, Kenneth K., YN3-M ......... KELLER, WVilliam G., MM3-M... KLASEN, Gerald L., SN-7th ..... LTJG David W. KIMBLE, OPS ..... LARSON, Merle D., SN-N ..... MAKO, Franklin G., SA-4th ....... MEDEMA, Arthur C., SN-S-2 ......, MIDDLETON, James C., EMFN-E ..... MILLER, Edgar E. Jr., PVT-MDET .... .. . . . .Curlew . . . . . .Seattle .....De Koma .......Kelso . . . .Barrington . . . . .Index . . . .Seattle . . . .Seattle . . .... Seattle . . .... Seattle . . . . .Spokane . . . . .Spokane . . . . .Shelton ........Seattle . .Walla Walla . . . . . .Spokane . . . . .Spokane ........Ione . . . . .Spokane . . . . . .Spokane . . . .Castle Rock ........Seattle .. . . . .Seattle .........Kelso ...Moses Lake NEWHOUSE, Charles M., SFC-R .... ........ T acoma NORMAN, Fred H., SN-EX ........ ..... B ellingham OSBERG, William R., SN-F .... ...... K irkland PITTMAN, Cecil H., FT3-F .... ..,,,, K C150 PITTS, Daune E., GSSN-G ........... .... S eattle PHELPS, Donald C., SA-4th ............ ..... S pokane Ensign Hugh M PRAETORIUS, OPS .... ....... S pokane RHINEHART, Merton I., IC2-E ........ ........... S eatle ROSE, Joseph E., SFM2-R ................ Newman Lake SCHILLING, Kenneth L., MMFN-M ........ White Salmon SCHOONOVER, Gordon W. Jr., SA-6th ............ Seattle SMITH, Clayton D., SA-4th ............ .... V ancouver STINER, Wayne J., SN-3rd .... ..... Y akima TOM, Harry R., FN-B ........... .... B urlington WILLIAMS, Albert L., SN-4th ..... ...... S eattle WILSON, Danny L., SN-5th ...... .... L ongview WASHINGTON D. C. MANILLI, F. qnp, BTCA-E WEST VIRGINIA BLANKENSHIP, Robert M., SN-7 ............ Huntington MEADE, Franklin D., GM3-F ........ ..... C inderella WISCONSIN BILDERBACK, Paul J., SN-S-3 ........ ..... D urand BLADECKI, Richard J., CSI-S-2 ........ .... M ilwaukee BUCHHOLZ, James H., LCPL-MDET .... ...... R ipon CDR Floyd G. EVANS, H 81: D .......... ..... M osinee GEORGE, John F., SN-6 ....... ...... ..-. 0 S IIICDSI1 HAYES, Duane J., FN-R ...... .... B Cldffllville Ensign Roger L. LAUR, OPS ....... ...-.. M ilwaukee NORTON, Donald L., BT2-B ........ ..... F ond D11 I-af . . . .Milwaukee Ensign Richard T. O'NEIL, GUN ..... SCOTT, Donald J., RDSN-OI ........ SUBERT, Leroy A., PEC-FLAG ..... SUMMERS, Garlield J., SH2-S-3 .... TEBO, Thomas H., PN3-EX ..... WICHMAN, Ronald w., BM2-7 ....... 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