Trenton (LPD 14) - Naval Cruise Book

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'lf ,av I 1 2.4 'f' 25' wig libtl-'P-EN-X, 31' S fl ivy' S 'l ip " 5. 4 ,448 ga' Q , YQQQFNQ ' .Va V , K A- 7 " ' T I ' 1 Q 1 , 3 USS Trenton CLPD-143 - Ship's History -it i Q- 1 USS TRENTON CLPD 142, an amphibious transport dock, is named for the historic capital of the state of New jersey that was founded by an 18th century ship owner and businessman, Colonel William Trent. 2 A The present USS TRENTON is the third United States Vessel to bear the name. The first was a steam sloop of war commissioned in 1884. The 5 second was a light cruiser, CL-11 commissioned in 1924, which served with the Asiatic, Caribbean and Southeast Pacific Fleets during World War A f II. The keel for the present TRENTON was laid by Mrs. Richard I. Hughes, wife of then governor of New jersey. TRENTON was commissioned 6 'T March 1971. The amphibious transport dock CLPDI is a very versatile class of amphibious ship. TRENTON can transport, land and support a .f 1 Marine force on a hostile shore. TRENTON is capable of carrying over 900 troops plus their vehicles, equipment, weapons, ammunition, and supplies. She also carries landing craft in her floodable well deck. Her flight deck capability allows her to operate the Navy and Marine Corps V active helicopter inventory and VTOL aircraft. TRENTON participated in the 1983 liberation of Grenada, was a member of the multinational force off the coast of Beirut, Lebanon, in 1983- 1984, and was a participant in Operation Praying Mantis in April 1988 during a six month deployment to the Persian Gulf. Most recently, TRENTON played a supporting role in the presidential summit at Malta in December 1989,participated in Operation just Cause in Panama in june 1990 and deployed on short notice to the Middle East as a member of the amphibious task force during Operation Desert Shield I I I A i TRENTON began 1992 as the new Atlantic Fleet Battle "E" winner among the following classes of ships - LPDfLCCfLKAfAGF. 2 TRENTON 's specific departmental awards were as follow: Anti-air Warfare, Main Propulsion Mobility, Electronic Warfare, Amphibious Warfare, Air Intermediate Maintenance Department, Damage Control and Navigation fDeck Seamanship. T .. USS Trenton - MAKRG 2-92 1 Captain Stephen Ries United States Navy Commanding Officer 29 january 1991 - 8 September 1992 Captain Steven Ries was born in Iowa City, Iowa on Ianuary 13,1945. After enlisting in the United States Navy in July 1963, he was appointed as a midshipman to the United States Naval Academy. Graduated and commissioned as an Ensign in Iune 1968, he reported to USS Hamner QDD-7181 and served as Gunnery Officer and later as ASW Officer until April 1971. Completing the Department Head course at the Destroyer School in Newport, R.I., Lieutenant Ries returned to sea in USS Eversole QDD-7891 as Weapons Officer from Ianuary 1972 to April 1973 and served a second department head tour as Operations Officer in USS Kansas City QAOR-31 from May 1973 to August 1974. As a member of the United States Naval Academy Brigade Officer Staff from August 1974 to August 1977, he was assigned duties as a company officer and in- structor to the Brigade of Midshipmen. Promoted to Lieutenant Commander, he reported for duty on the staff of Commander Cruiser Destroyer Group Eight in Norfolk, Virginia and served as Flag Secretary until Ianuary 1980. Next he attended the Armed Forces Staff College joint officers course, and then reported to USS Manitowoc QLST-11803 as the ship's Executive Officer from August 1980 to March 1982. In May 1982, Com- mander Ries was assigned joint duty in Washington D.C. on the staff of the Deputy Director for Operations fNational Military Command Systemsj, Organization of the Ioint Chiefs of Staff until May 1985. Subsequently, he returned to sea as the Commanding Officer, USS Sumter QLST-11811 from Novem- ber 1985 to April 1987 and as Commanding Officer USS LaMoure County QLST-11945 in May 1987. Prior to reporting as Commanding Officer USS Trenton QLPD-141, Captain Ries served as the Executive Assistant to the Chief of Naval Ed- ucation and Training in Pensacola, Florida from May 1988 until October 1990. Captain Ries has been awarded the Legion of Merit, Defense Meritorious Service, Navy Meritorious Service, Navy Com- mendation, and Navy Achievement Medals. He has received a Bachelor of Science Degree from the United States Naval Academy, Master of Arts Degree in Ad- ministrative Science from George Washington University, and a Ioint Subspecialty from the Armed Forces Staff College. Captain Ries is married to the former Bette Peery of An- napolis, Maryland. They have two daughters, Susanne and Amanda. ,,Q.A.. X Q ,LQTQ-sgf 17177, Clint . iilff ffiffii, V xy ff ff Qlif ' L5 fl? fl lf 'L 1 x X . f, Y- ,NX X 1,4 .EV V 51151 L" . fs -Fifi 2 USS Trenton M llW . 4 1. N v' 1 . ' xt.. .sy K - I Captain Larry C. Baucom United States Navy Commanding Officer Captain Larry C. Baucom, a native of Columbia, South Carolina, is a 1970 graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy and holds Masters' Degrees in Systems Management from the University of Southern California and in National Security and Strategic Studies from the Naval War College. He received his Naval Flight Officer wings in August 1971 at Naval Air Station Glynco, Georgia. After a brief tour at Fighter Squadron 101 detachment Key West, he reported to VF-32 at Naval Air Station Oceana, Virginia following replacement training in the F-4 Phantom. During this tour, he made two extended Mediterranean de- ployments aboard USS Iohn F. Kennedy QCV-67, in both the F- 4B and F-14 aircraft. Captain Baucom graduated from the U.S. Naval Test Pilot School in Patuxent River, Maryland in June 1977 and served as Project Officer for the development of the radar and weapons system in the FfA-18 at Strike Aircraft Test Directorate. In April 1980, following refresher training, he again reported to VF-32 where he served as Maintenance Officer. In May 1982, he reported to the Naval Military Personnel Command in Washington, D.C. where he served as Fighter Placement Officer until May 1984. He then assumed duties as Training and Readiness Officer at Fighter Wing One at Naval Air Station Oceana, Virginia. Captain Baucom joined the "World Famous Pukin' Dogs" of USS Dwight D. Eisenhower QCVN-693 and commanded VF- 143 from September 1986 until February 1988. He then en- tered nuclear propulsion training and upon completion served as the pre-commissioning unit Executive Officer of USS George Washington QCVN-733 until Iuly 1991. He completed the course of study at the Naval War College in Iune 1992. In September 1992, he assumed command of USS Trenton QLPD- 14j. His decorations include two Meritorious Service Medals and the Navy Commendation Medal. Captain Baucom is married to the former Linda Diane Shull of Charleston, South Carolina. They reside in Virginia Beach with their four children, Brian, Kevin, Diane and Allison. ,affix , . My tsfff' .37 ,ip X. -pg C 1 ff ' 1 if yes rx 1 f 7 'K up ,y - I X . 3' Nl iw I l , l 1 1 " ' 1 ,f il f 1 f, 1 Q Commanding Officers X 3 Executive Officer Commander Alfred Steven Nugent, III United States Navy Commander Alfred Steven Nugent III was born August 1, 1956 in Paterson, New Jersey. He was appointed to the United States Naval Academy in Iuly 1974. Commissioned as an Ensign in Iune 1978, he reported to USS Decatur QDDG-315 and served as First Lieutenant, and later as Damage Control Assistant. In June 1982, he was assignedas ,Course Design Director at the N avy's Organizational Effectiveness School and Development Center at NAS Memphis, Tennessee. After com- pleting the Department Head Course at SWOS in Newport, Rhode Island, Commander Nugent reported to USS Marvin Shields QFF-1066, and served as Chief Engineer from Iune 1985 to February 1987. From March 1987 to Iune 1989, Commander Nugent served as Damage Control Assistant on USS Con- stellation QCV-64j. He then attended the College of Command and Staff at the Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island, and received a Master of Arts degree in National Security and Strategic Studies in Iune of 1990. Prior to reporting as Ex- ecutive Officer USS TRENTON CLPD-145, Commander Nugent served as Flotilla Operations Advisor to the Royal Saudi Navy's Arabian Gulf Fleet during Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm. Commander Nugent has been awarded the Bronze Star, Meritorious Service Medal, Ioint Services Commendation Medal, Navy Commendation Medal CZJ, and Navy Achieve- ment Medal. Commander Nugent is married to the former Mary M. Keenan of Vienna, Virginia. They have three children. a IREM QNZTQO C 'i,','..'..i,' ,......,.. ,.,. ...,... c gp wg? 4 USS Trenton Command Master Chief Daniel R. Kemano United States Navy Gunners Mate Master Chief Daniel R. Kemano was born in Portland, Oregon on January 4, 1945. He joined the Naval Reserves in February 1962 while a Junior at John Rogers High School in Spokane, Washington. Master Chief Kemano com- pleted boot camp between his Junior and Senior year and then entered active duty in January, 1964 upon completion of high school. His initial assignment was to the Destroyer USS Sellers QDDG-11J where he served until November 1965 as a Boat- swainmate striker on Deck Force and Third Class Gunners Mate. He was then transferred to the Destroyer USS Strong QDD-758J where he served until April 1966. From April 1966 to November 1966, Master Chief Kemano attended class QCJ Gunnersmate ASROC School at Great Lakes Naval Training Center Illinois. Upon successful completion of this school, he reported to Destroyer USS Stickell QDD-888J where he served from November 1966 until December 1970. Master Chief Kemano then completed an extended sea tour from December 1970 through December 1973 on board the USS Puget Sound QAD-38J. . In December 1973 he reported to Fleet Maintenance As- sistance Group, Norfolk, Virginia as ships supervisor. In Feb- ruary 1977 he joined the precommissioning crew of USS Arthur W. Radford QDD-9681 serving aboard until January 1980. Prior to reporting as Command Master Chief, USS TREN- TONQLPD-14J, Master Chief Kemano served from January 1980 to November 1991 as Nuclear Weapons Training Team Instructor for the following commands, NWTG LANT TRA DIV, COMNAUSURFLANT N58 NWAT Team, COM- DESRON TEN and NAUSURFLANT RSG NWAT Team Nor- folk, Virginia. Master Chief Kemano's awards include the Navy Com- mendation Medal ftwo awardsj, Navy Achievement Medal ffour awardsj, Navy E Ribbon, Good Conduct Medal Qseven awardsj, National Defense Service Medal, and the Sea Service Deployment Ribbon fsecond awardj. He is married to the former Donna A. Sargentelli of Worces- ter, Mass. They have one son, Dennis. 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"'. -wr"' A major maritime exercise in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea 4 c 'le ' 1 off the coast of Turkey, Display Determination was de- signed to enhance the combat effectiveness, readiness and , coordination of allied air and sea forces, while demon- strating the capability to defend and reinforce the southern , gl 2 r ...rl region of Europe. Throughout the exercise,power projection 1 ' '- training was conducted by amphibious and carrier based t i . gs. forces. USS TREN TON was tasked to be the advanced force 'lt - ff ship. it l ,. -..- . . - -e ... . f H-.l -if -f .,"f we 1 s V, ,Y ,,,,-- , ,qw-f,.,. -s.,, Aww ,, - ,, . , I . .. 1 . , V: 4, M, ,,, !v1,.:.!,,,.,Y,, .,V,, t..... , M.-, H-a,.-' , ..--4 .4.-- --.-f ... , , .,, ,l,,,. 1 ,, .... ,.-. i.. ,. ., . .t -, - , . L: ai' 112' f., vs' '15 sf if ,125 :E ,H MS A ,.- U.. ,, . V. ter, . , 1- : "It is a doctrine of war not to assume r , ' the enemy will not come, but rather 5 to rely on one's readiness to meet l 1 21' ff him, not to presume that he will not attack, but rather to make one's self f fp invincible." ' -Sun Tzu, 400-320 B.C.,The Art of E: .W f War,viii Operations' 27 , , .. . ,, . - A .. -, , , --' Y, -' f ' l l l l 1 l I ! f 1 i DI TINGUI HED v1s1ToR Xxx QQQSSX X cu-L ' 0 R ,li ".. 9, ,, .S Iv Ng EW Q he ' .a -y 'n ezQaz::e2f2?::r1-avg' -wr if ' 1 ., f My A9 an-as we -km f ' f N X 5 xhff 5 9 ' feng'- 'el 7' V-I' I 'Q " 4. 5.3 15516141 Q 5 Z If I L4? 7'l1'Yh. .....-.....4 ullf 4 it 1 I ff w 1 5" 5 " 'P H ff 4 V? r, f gf 5 gp f 0. . -an 4 1 45 gi Z A Q A f- I Z' 'fy ' W 'N 4, Q, -1 : 4, x2 WW ' I A K A Q.. wx . 1 . xxxXxsxS"' mm 'f x Secretary of the Navy The Honorable Sean 0'Keefe Commander-in-Chief Naval Forces Europe ADM Boorda ileftl Captain Baucom fright! 28 USS Trenton X , J Q v w af f 'N Assistant Commandant of the Marine Corps C t General Boomer Commander Sixth Fleet VADM Lopez Commander Amphibious Group Two RADM Picotte Distinguished Visitors 29 FACES OF TREN TON 30 USS Trenton "How little do the landsmen know, Of what We sailors feel, When Waves do mount and winds do blow! But we have hearts of stee1." The Sailor's Resolution, 18th century YS ',jYih"Q.,1 if -qv , 4 .. , H li . E ,L , v In N' ,, 14 wi 5 , f 6 fi -v Faces of Trenton 31 4g...-.....,n Y -Y ,mw f - ,,- - I- +-- - -Y - Z-v' A-f---JT L 'Y' :vw -Pb"-11-'Y ' Y' ' 1 ' ' -' F States, like Great Britain and Japan, can be e1' approached only by sea, we can scarcely fail to ,rli see that upon the sea primarily must be found 1 .r'tf our powers to secure our own borders and to sustain our external po1icy." "A Man-of-War is the best ambassador." Oliver Cromwell, 1599-1658 "When it is remembered that the United it-Mah ' M ' , --Ljnmdfif f ' fqgknlf -Alfred T. Mahan, Naval Strategy, 1911 USS TRE TC LPD-14 MILITARY AFFILIATE t e 0i , - , , f f K , k7,. ' . - f ' 6 f f A Lgffifqkfghf- isfulgigag Asiacqswp David, sT3 clasps-f , A it 0 it If YOU Heed, to call home butyou' fe 07000 miles away and 500 miles from land, what can youdo? VisitTREN- TON'S MARS!iThrough the assistance of state side HAM radio operators TRENTON'S MARS Operatorsmake that L-O-NfG Del-S-T-A-N-C-E connection for you. they reachedoutand helpedus touch the oneswe love. A ' f MARS 34 USS Trenton THE 6 'fr Front Row QL-Ry PNSN Gladbach, SN Rarnerez, EW3 Gill, BT3 Sanders, OS3 Hardin, OS2 Anderson. Back Row QL-Ry PC3 Peiffer, OS3 Kapics, ET2 Dowda, EW2 Ringheirner, OS2 Headrick, HT2 Ware, OS3 Coakley, QNSN Hamilton, SM2 Iansen. OFTBALL TE 1991 FALL Softball Tournament Champions Q LLLLL. AM Top Row QL RJ HT2 G11breath DT2 Bams MM1 ' ' I 1 l 1 c EM3 Winter, AN Runyon, EWSN Willard. --Me, .A UCC '--4--H-v....,,,,,..NdMm-M wma-.....,.,,.,.xmq..m..-A """lssnuuu-Q.. ,...,K L wx 3 5 ' -f Q. 3 M, A,,,V,,,A A ,W ,,A A,. y W., Q K Y A, ,.x,,, .A,q,:V l A,,q. AAQVV btlj Z M N x xxxx .,,,. ,X i Q i 6 e , . ..x. . K, , , 4' P 1 SQ . , x v fr ' , X A, 9 Q ff 4 .1 Front Row QL-Ry ?, CPL Gottschling, BM1 Cassell, CPL Cole, CPL Anderly, LT Aroola, LT Bocock. Back Row QL-Ry CWO Betsinger, LT Mustico, LT O'Brien, LT Lagore, CPL Boyd, LT Randall, CAPT Denn. RUGBY TEAM Q 36 USS Trenton . 1, --N, W , ,, , , . V ...vw - , --, -Wx- ,--M---iv I ..,,, ,,-+,,W ,..,x .. , ,,.,,,--,,,... -i,.---,i Y....W- A Y.-wY-.,,...- ,nu ..,. -1L...,,,, , ' 1 ZZ f 'V ' ff - Z, , ff 4 UC 0 - ,,,,,, W! wr w , . 'yi-7, ,Q V ' I ff . r W x - ' Ts .- f-FL ' PACE stands for Program for Afloat College Education. It is taught by civilians and allows sailors to continue their college studies While deployed. "Encourage education and self-improvement." -Dr. Edward Demming Point Thirteen in Total Quality Transformation 38 USS Trenton REL T10 TY Spreadlng Amencan g0OdW111 and compass1on 1S as much a part of TRENTON as patrolhng the sea lanes Everywhere TRENTON sa1lors V1S1tEd they lent a hand to those 1n need 0 1 - . - w - 0 u 1 u - ,WM s '5 Hg EN A Us wwf v w Y Y I W WI -,, v,.,..Y Y - .i-, II---I - A- A- ffm'--Y'--Aft-J't"' I F P 5 1 I e Q k E 'E 1 'I L ,7 Q 5:5 J . 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The event was spon- sored by MCI and the Depart- ment of De- fense. lt began with a softball challenge game between TREN- TON'S Softball Team and the "Diamonds at Sea", and con- cluded with din- ner and an au- tograph session in the mess decks. 4 USS Tren on ' , Q' W , W 'M Wg A X f I 1 ' , 1 , 'Qf ,, '24 . 7 'ZZ W' COLD Lto R- Ioe Charboneau, Cesar Cedeno, Bert Campaneri Andy Etchbarre Len Barker. U ff? ? 2 f' 1 9 lx ef N' ki f fe XQe,Ffx'Qs , it K X S 6 5 33.53951 if Q wb V7 2 2? n 5' jf 'yQ?Sxv X,,3 eww If ' N 4 f if e 3. Q X- ,gm : . . ,se 'V ' X if fx - - - f,- , . - X -fz'f'i+x " S We 3' 'L Ne w . f L - Lf .,-. -1 ,J-Nw A b, g Q. X xgpge w ' 1 5 ' S A ff X 51--ig '.9'd'x:.:' f- V4 N f Ng :-Y X . Q - in L ' f 'i5"'-'S - ?'wd!.'9fNSi:?s bv X 712 X e 4 'N 5' Ma x.. x e Xe w e I X e,,fggQfQ,,-mwfifegi,.s,4.,x,ggige,..Nx, --p s n :N X- . - - . x Q 1 N A M24 .x.X 4 , .rwy My X MC X WR-ee xx 'sw x X iw 'QFVXW' W . ' x ' QQ, A fm vu , ' Y . ' -4 . . 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Q fg::p.g:,f:5,.,,,v,qeq, .. 42b:,,40,.-QWQ:-My Q ,, fx. .Q ,L 44 my X-Qiazsiiviif-as"4:y'gL:5gz,2z,. yzf1,40.,4,y 5: fm,-2 fa, ,.-0 - -' K 5 3 3 6. Z.. g 7, 3294 ww,yf,,w,3gff,-'gbep , ,, ,, ,,., ,,.. , .M y 2 .f , ,, ,.-,4x Z,-3, ,. A , A -, . ,,,W, 'L .3911 ' f M 7 , ,, fn 4, 1,,f 11 'f f":i4'3,-4 1- 5'v!i:Z2b4'fgjf:Q1!Z.f f,- H7152 10 'Q-'Qi Z13?2fi?4f':iM2ZY'Zf'4 fu: iZ?'2Z45.f f-54595 332,-2p'?i' WW F247 25725 MV f"0vf47f -K A W Q., Relief Drive 45 O EDY CCR ER 31 Mediterranean Skin-heads. Schweeng! VVhat a babe! Combat, bridge-what's life? A rnagazine,sir.Thank you. Any'dme,sir. gre as K K Yikes! I left my wife inthe 46 USS Trenton -- -Y-I --V - . V -..Y-V,V,.,..,m.---- - V, 4 ...ra .. --...,...----,.Y A-7 ---,..,,,. 1 , ,MMMMW ,,,,,,.4hmWwww,wW V f f 1ww4wwwWWW'7"W'W' wh f TRENTON 'S mine sweeper. I We do EVERYTHING 'lf IWW ,N W ,WM , 2 K' 1 Z I extracted this baby from a Mercedes. Iust call me Super Doc. 1 W ,f lv! , fy Q X M W 4-Q 1 W YW W T' Sometimes I get this swelling, Doctor, and I don't know what it is. "" nf 3 nl .iss is W, Qi Alf fff f f f 7 f fyyff Q Mfr f in ' 4, ' Huh? A11 of the WQYQ! heads are occupied! Comedy Corner 47 1 1 , 11 . H - li 1, Av??'W""' x R Q N 1 1 1 Qx XO 1 1 I ' "Xxm ff Xwx i X QQ 1 Q 'N 'S 9 2 s N XM NNN XX , , Q WA? 1 'xx 1 ' -4 1 1 iw x YN X1 A x V s alba -u....,...,....1 X, K M df 'cb J9'WQ?2'ig,'wiQQ 1, x 1 .qt-hx ' ' l",-4 Q wx xa 1 E 1 1 111 1 1 i 1 1 I1 1! 12.3.1 ., RUI l 2 1 1 1 1 E i Q I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 21 l'i 15 f 5 1 '1 1 1 3 1 5 1 I 1 ' 1 i I I 1 I V E' , ' 1 48 USS Trenton I ,11 E LM T , in .... H- ,MV .W -...,:x,..,, ...if ---v Y' ' . Trenton Support Group The USS TRENTON Support Group began the deployment with a "Press On" spirit. Club officers and spouses worked tirelessly throughout the deployment to keep morale on the home front high by providing activities and special events for the crew's families. Gina Humphrey was the club President, supported by Vice-President and Secretary, Marsha Cougan. Susanne Williams rounded out the team as the Treasurer. The group sponsored the 4th of Iuly picnic, Over-the-Hump Party, Kids Halloween Party and the Night Before Homecoming Party. A dedicated group not willing to stop there, they sent the crew over-the-hump gifts, sent audio dedications for homecoming, made a 75 foot lei for our bow Qthen displayed around the ceiling of the mess deckj and finally, made and sent to every newborn during the float a baby heart wreath. Without the Support Group's untiring devotion, the Home- coming and Christmas Party would not have been as fantastic as they were. BRAVO ZULU! LWB, H , j ,ff 4 I f iff' - J 'Z W- - .-1,31 A A A.,A ' k Km W , fx? X ff? QQ XE Aff Q5 .....l -- ,.,1 I Y Q So Good to be BACK. 2 inn......,.,,,,, 2 M, As I Return Time 1S of the essence Drawing us nearer to you What is night and day, but only An exchange of the sun and moon For only in ourselves Do we know for sure That the time away Has brought us closer to you- You that await our return T1me has come to pass The joy of seeing the loved ones A sparkle in a new father's eye They all share one common tie Our journey has come to a close And we have finally reached our home For now anyway, the time shall Be spent with intimacy and closeness 'W W ,Q f f 4 f , by HN Trent Widener ,............,--Q..-'.--fs. " 50 USS Trenton ..., . QQ. .. -g,..,-..-1-...,..-...x,,,,-r x W - w XX xAvSmx - X xx Xxfkx' epartment POSTAL CLERK The Post Office onboard TRENTON was by far the greatest morale booster that could be found, other than payclays in port and grand prize winners on bingo night. Often working long hours, they provided the crew with the much needed news from home and loved ones. The PC's proved themselves true "Team Members", and a vital contribution to MARG 2-92. mm' My PRINT SHOP The Print Shop was kept busy as ever during MARG 2-92, supplying the printing expertise for TRENTON. The task was met with true pride and professionalism, and all requirements were completed on time, keeping TRENTON "in the know, and on the go". ' LI1 Hector M. Pabon PCSN Leon Bertrand SN Odell Robinson SN Anthony Brubaker l PNCS Thomas Langlois YN2 Reginald Mackey SN Peter Lahaie YNSN Robert Lopez PNSN Derek Spencer ffff?,WM ff fffz f f fwffgffiff X Q, if f ,f f 7 if ww 4' A14 W .12 , W aiffoafwis' ' ...,45X,.sf,r.,, aa-W, wry ,Aw .Jw fm if , ,, ,,, ,sh ff , M9 fsf,s M ,ff 1, 4 f Q2 ff' fffff 4 M YEOMAN AND PERSON NELMEN SN Fred Standberry The MARG 2-92 cruise was a very busy time for the personnel assigned to the Captain's Of- fice. Responsible for the upkeep of officer and enlisted records, originating and typing most of the Command correspondence, ensuring all directives, publications, instructions, and notices were kept up to date, and various other duties and responsibilities kept the YN's and PN 's very busy indeed. 4. Ship's Company 53 i 1 1 I I? El l Ch 1 ' HP alll 1 The Chaplain's Office is responsible for the Co1nmand's religious programs onboard TRENTON. Additionally, they conduct bible studies, answer Red Cross messages and counsel Trenton's sailors and marines. Responsible for the Learning Resource Center, the Chaplain's Gffice provides 4 maximum availability for the sailors and marines to study Q on the center's computers or just casual reading time. Ur 'T 'af U LT Louis Lovett USS Trenton Chaplain 3 s in V? l lil l xl il vi h. H l i J . I. ii V! I l l s 54 USS Trenton l 4 I MAA The Master-at-Arms onboard TRENTON provided a va- riety of services for the crew. From registration of personal belongings, to investigations, to providing knowledgeable and trained personnel in potential terrorist or breach of security situations, the MAA duties onboard TRENTON were carried out with pride and professionalism. MACSCSWJ Robert Walton USS Trenton Master-at-Arms gate ISQQQ 0 V M B r n , tfi- , 7, .f Ship's Company 55 , i y MWWWMMWZQ, I 1 X+j' ' ' 1 I I. I 4 I Q 11' Department Naval Aviation- the unique combination of a ship and air- craftjthe men who sail in her and those who fly. Providing the link between the two is the Air Department. Each man wearing his trademark colored jersey to indicate his role in the haz- ardous yetintricate evolution of flight operations. , ' The Yellow Shirts, the Landing Signalmen Enlistedqare re- sponsible forthe safe movement of all aircraft and their launch and recovery. Running chocks and chains for the Yellow Shirts are the Blue Shirts, the Aircraft Handlers. The Purple Shirts are worn by the Aviation Fuels 'crew who play a pivitol role in keeping aircraft deck time 'to a minimum. Overseeing all op- erations are the Red Shirts, the Crash Crew. Specially trained to deal with every-type of flight or hanger emergency. Finally, the Green Shirts, worn by the Aviation Equipment men, are responsible for all of the flight deck equipment maintenance. From Primary Flight Control to the Flight Deck and the IP-5 Pump Room, the men of the TRENTON Aviation Department are proud to call themselves "Airdales". . mi? LT Ioe O'Brien P Department Head 'Tw www V Ikikilmf LT Bill Brickhill . Aviation Fuels Officer ABFCCILY3 Elfildeirlahens 56 USS Trenton Y-. .,,, Y, YA , V-,iYV H .lgpgnvf AN Carlton Alexander AR Brian Barrett AR Eric Bartsch ABH AN George Brown AR Brian Carroll AR Chris Courtwright ABF3 Andre Edwards AS2 Kurt Ferro ABH1 Stephen Higgins ABH3 Byron Hubbard ASAN Iohn Leach ABH3 Carl Neyman ABF3 Jesse Nguyen ABF3 Patrick Perkins AN Michael Runyon ABF3 Thomas Scales ABF2 Bruce Smith AR Zedrick Young Ship's Company 57 :IE -li 4 i1 I . -L fi 22 Eg' O LU 4 in A N . , : n .i'. fe! Qugz E M, -N. HA N. wg, 1, 14 V1 is ii 1. 13 5 M 1 ,, i lr E2 -I i I 1: k Z: 5, it W 1' N l 1 T ,Q M H f af 1? . r ' . , : Q , w , N .1 ly x X 1, v 5 3, X If .il 1 : T' 1 1? 1 25 JE , H ,ng . w 5 V . :I Yi .I K 1 1 f I 1 1 Z K X., 1 . ' wt: 1 1 f I 7 . 1 5 Q x 1 t Division ENS Bob Nickel Division Officer 1 WM I l5 SR Ralph Boettcher SA Antonio Brown SN Carlos Castedo SA Bruce Coleman SA Deron Cooksey , i , , i SA Russel Curtis SN Kevin Fath SR Adam Klimas SA Tyrone McKinney BM3 Carlos Medrano BM1 David Metzger BM3 Thomas Peoples SA Verlin Phillips SA Aneil Pitamber BM2 Lawrence Saling v W ff My , y 7 ef new f f fWa,!lZ,ffw we w.lZrwN,f,aef'Tf a 5 f , h, , LEADING 4 V , ,,,,ffmMX ' V Shzps, men, and weapoms change but tradztzon, whzch can nezther be bought nor sold, nor created, zs a solid rock amadst shzftmg sands Szr Bruce Fraser, 1888- :iw X ' ' - afwyw WM Ship's Company 59 2nd Division i SR Iames Abell The men of 2nd Division operate and coor- SA Donnie Bales dmate the well deck evolutions on TRENTON. They stand ready to receive or discharge a variety of boats and equipment at a moments notice. BMC Iames Craig SA Terrance Davis BMSN Fred Farmer SA Peter Farmer SA David Griffis SA Eric McKenzie BM1 Davy Page SN Todd Pederson BM3 John Sullivan SN Iohn Wojtasik SR Al Charlot 1 60 USS Trenton ,I s Boat Division The sailors of Boat Division operate and maintain the Captain's Gig, personnel launch and the motorwhale boat. In addition, they operate the B8:A crane. Boat Division sets the standard and leads the way 1n accident free crane operations during this cruise. BZ! SN Travis Birdsong BM3 Norman Black BM2 Albert Funk SA Walter Green SN Scott Ippel BMSN Ellis Iackson BM3 Ioseph Kelly SN Gregory Miller SR Iames Ninni BM2 Douglas Reynolds SR Joseph Rueda SN Iustin Williams SN Theodore Wolanin V . R Ship s Company 61 s REPS When at sea for extended periods, provisions, supplies, weapons and aircraft parts must be replenished. This is done through the art of UNDERWAY REPLENISHMENT QUNREPSJ. By Vertical Replenishment QVERTREPJ, helicopters transfer cargo, usually in nets suspended beneath the aircraft. Connected Replenishment CCONREPJ requires an intricate series of lines between ships to transfer fuel, supplies, or people. i UNREPS are the "life blood" of deployed ships. During MARG 2-92 they occured in rough seas and calm, day and night. ' MMM ' z 6 Z ...,,,. MQ' Leading Petty Officer DT3 Hector Garcia DN Chad Cozzens DT2 Roger Bains i Q LT David Houpt DN Scott Marcus 26TH MARINE SERVICE SUPPORT GROUP DENTAL DET LJ A -2 va rflqgbzi in A 5 ff 7 . C ,l .., --Q ,GLC I,'l'f1'- .15 ,f-Q73 .l...-..,.:lgSxxQ l Z-'mff7.c-:-:ifitxsws ,'!'l!f. QMLAKLQ .+- 4 , ,. Vw ,. .14 4 f A Z1 xi ,v x y A 151' : 5 . P XE 1 3 :V j -r 5-" iw f ff ' ., 1 2 gi f ' -wffff 9, 1 N ,iw-,Q,:f U ,fl 43. , ' f f up ,5,,Zff" I A".'MQ f4,!'Z, , W J' -' . . , "' , if . A, ,Q Zfff , aff, , ' 112 , PMWW ffl ' " , wx 1 , ww 6 'P 4.y4yq,:, f 4- 54 f g mf-ff -' J f " ' WTA '-in 1' 'iZYfzi'!M" fH2f?', -'W Av? Q 413 ,Z I 10. ff mm f .Q N- 4- , . 40. ,f , ,V-f. MM? ff ws fi' -mfg 41" -y , fy' - 5-f ,Z f :',7. I '?Ai?,,d,f"'7?' 'X f ' 4. A 'WT' f f LW " f , I Q ff ,3 ,W f - A, 77 ' . , . f, x f I-, -zf .f V- A 211 ff f f as 'I 'H gi . Y F m , A A 3 N N W I F' .,,,. , , , , A g 94, , , Q f g'Q'f1f""'M', ggifizi i' M3 1 ' ' ,-111111. ,,f,ff,-1121041-, K , M 4. ,,., wwf M A - .,,,,, ,, X,Wywwf,w,f.,m,w., K, I K 1 I f -534.04445,ggf..f,,...A,,f ' W, ' X, Q,'iyJl'ayiW f f ,, , , ,, ,, Z6f?inW"""? ,,,, -,, , ,,L, A ' Ship's Company Engineering Department In many Ways the "Heart" of TREN TON, the Engineering Department's tasks are far reaching. Supplying electricity, heat, water, propulsion, and maintenance of major me- chanical units inside and outside of main spaces are En- gineering's proudest endeavors. Composed of A,B,E,M and R Divisions, Engineering encompasses an impressive array of talent that keeps TREN TON going. Having a never-ending schedule of maintenance, repair, refurbishing, and operations, our engineers work all hours in often inhospitable temperatures and working conditions. The satisfaction of keeping TREN TON functioning and the well earned respect of the crew are reward for a demanding and vital job. K V p LT Ieff Patrick - Engineering Department Head 66 USS Trenton I f My fM f f 'iwisiffyif MT., I MT, ,,,, VVVV TW Y V V p LTIG Calvin Slocumb A Division Officer A D1v1s1on Pur are the men 1n charge of the Boatshop, AC 8: R f F1ll,er Shop and the Machinery Repair Shop A Gang roams all rt f the ship at all hours of the day and night in SE1'V1C5i0 ill TREN TON Q 0 0 e and simple "A" Division means versatilit . These w 1 1 FN Frederick Tuschong MR3 Alexander Valerio ENFA Charles Wimberly EG MMIKSWJ Michael Boylan MR1 Charles Burris MM2 Ioseph Campbell MM3 David Cross EN2 Iver Day MMFA Franklin Eduardo EN3 Robbie Epperson EN3 L.C. Gibson MRFN Robert Hardin FR Gregory Henry ENFR Craig Johnson MM3 David Krimmer ENFA Ashley Mahdy ENC Michael McClure EN1 Wade McNair EN2 Michael Nelson MMI Michael O'Brien EN2 Louis Smith ENFN Stephen Stewart ENFA Greg Tice Ship's Company 67 -W - Y..-.-,N-v - Y if .iff - ' "Y --- iv -- B Division B Division 15 the heart of TREN TON Two bollers produce the life giving steam that powers the shi moves the propeller and heats the water These two boilers are operated and maintained by high y skilled Boller Technicians QBT sl These men Work long hours in lugh temperatures to assure the TRENTON IS able to complete its mrssion The men of B Division also operate and maintain the deaerates stores and pushes its feed water through mam feed booster pumps mam feed pumps that provide the Water necessary to make steam fuel 011 SETVICC pumps that supply fuel to the boiler, and finally the steam dnven fire pumps which prov1de flremam pressure Operating and maintaining all this V1ta1 equipment is an achievement of which the whole slup is proud O I O following equipment: force draft blowers that provide the air needed for fire,' the D.F.T. which ENS Hugh Harvey Main Propulsion Assistant B Division Officer BT3 Michael Bostain BTFN Robert Brighthop BT3 Michael Cordova BT2 Michael Costa FN Forrest Cox BTFN Heath Forney BT3 Norman Gilreath BT3 Iuan Gonzalez BT3 joseph Hromyak, Ir. BTC Gregory Htunphrey BTFA Iason Klinknett FN Iohn Leyendecker BT3 Iesse Lunsford FA Dean Meyer BTFN Richard Mitchell FA Iohn Mueske FA Gary Putnam BTFN Robert Lee Sanchez BTl Carl Snider 68 USS Trenton ,.,,4uvf" ENG X Ship s Company 69 E Division These are the men of TRENTON S power, light and telephone company. Charged with everything electrical from operating and maintaining the ship's large turbogenerators, to power for cooking, lighting and other electrical equipment, the Electrician' Mates QEM'sJ do it all. The Interior Communications Electricians CIC'sJ as- sure the shipboard announcing system, intercom system, telephone system and many navigation and monitoring systems are doing the job. E Division keeps TRENTON well lit and in touch with each other. EM1 Santito Deguzman IC3 Ierome Dietz . EM2 James Madden IC1 Steven Muse EMC Frank Schweitzer EM3 Erin Winter EM2 Allen Williamson EM3 Iose Vela 70 USS Trenton 1 ,E ' . 23,545 iff, f, , , ,,.t 1 if , 'IK fi' 5 ,Q t C15 VV N4 4 W 1 i ff A t f is, 0 V ' , Qfgfy - , ., , 9 .,w,,fg, ,I ,.., ,Vw ,"' 1 l-lf? L " ' - i5Wl?f:z it 9? ' C ., gg ,,-, 4.9 M., A ,V tc ,x as sniff Q lla 'Ta - f Q V - - 'J , t if 3.5 E ., -,ii t 4 P " X " "' f--. e V A' fx ,U x ,Mail ' ft,,'. ,, tv ff' f H .1 cyl X2 SJ ' X 5' fiiwiliigi , 'S Sl 55,S7l.ff7"5 QQ' 1, . , , Qs , cc ,...,...........c,..f,.tcsm Pi?t5ft'?2i,,1- ,-s-WHT' l:ff,f1Q,.Lz,,i, .V, t K 'f" 17 ' , r rol' few i ' i". 'Q V 3 ., 1 ,..,, . 1 ' X- ,. 1 N ,, ef W Q. 17 ' " 1 .... ..X.......-t S-111. 'fi,1 "'fs '-'- L ,"' ' , , A t C -,il J, wfq.m+fQv.n'sJJx.,, , , A- X ' 'T "'t" 'ff'r-K't'53'-9? . - t Vg, iilt T 7f-rfffhl r E s ' l"r"' T 'Ng l 1 T J '1"?'."-Ea? S l , ,t t-,.- - 'X - ' .'u,'vQ:r1: -a., j I f t I , 's,,lsg,-E '.-et ' x 'tr' gifg , ,p,k , i .5 . ,K H I , , ,. . . , B, I 1 X X., . f Q . f ' t ' J Q ffliiisgxj ,, ,.g: , ,f,,,. , ,V , it X 'G 1' W ' 'ti f .... . A , , V . ,, ,..-,,?, --. C O I M D1v1s1on The Iron Men of TRENTON the Ma Cl'l1I'l1St s Mates QMM SJ harness the dI'1V11'1g force of the steam cycle and put it to Work The mam engine electncal generators and fresh water evaporators, with a maze of ment operated by M D1v1s1on Countless mport and at sea hours go into maintammg and operatlng this vital equipment keepmg the TREN TON on the Leading Edge I - . . , , , , . . I . piping and valves, are among the equip- . . . . I . ll ' ll it z f sa E21 E , EN G MM3 Edward Balicki MM3 David Brearley y MM1 Danny Burkhalter 5 i I 5 . :l 1 I 3 1 Z l 1 5 - n MMFA William Butler G MMCQSWQ Terry Carter E 1 MM2 Kelly Dawson MMFA Sean DeCar1o MMFN Iorge Godoy l I 1 FN Ronald Gordon MMCSQSWJ Chris Grimes MM2 Lloyd Iordan MM2 Bruce Kamehm MM3 Michael Labarge MM3 Michael Lee MM1 Andrew Melvin MM3 Iohn Nielsen 2 5 MMFN Hugo Torresgomez 5 MMFN Brian Watson Ship's Company 71 R DIVISIO Not only do TRENTON S HT s and DC s keep up all of the plumbing and piping onboard more importantly they also carry out the task of Damage nt maintenance and trainin Hull and lumbm work keeps the same does something much more important keeps the crew and ship alive R A serious job that is accomplished by a handful of true professionals Control equipme ' I ' g. p ' g them busy enough, but being ready to "fight the ship" and teaching others to do DCFN William C. Burch DC3 Michael Cable DCFA Carl Farmer, Ir. HT2 Iohn Gilbreath FA Delmetry D. Hicks FA Ruben Holguin HTFN Iames K. Jackson HT1 Bobby Ketchum FR Albert Martinez FA Iames Miller FN Carl R. Naumann DC3 Bradley Norton DC2 Glen Porter DC3 Leoniflor Ramiscal DCl Phillip Rydenbark HT3 Kenneth Sykes DC2 Ray Tarbox 72 USS Trenton LTIG Donald C. Shortridge Damage Control Assistant R Division Officer N 1 Wvfmwf M y wwmwvsffw ix4vW"T X 'f V0 xvn V0 wow W f 5 4,5 ,X A ,. 2 W. ww wa ,f MXN mywwsw X Qfgbgb, N Q wmv Q . f ' sz, 5151 x ,X 5 . f six K N ,5 - U-S uf '4 A Wk W, S X .r.. A1 'if' X 5 B ww Y .-..- 1 . , - -, H, -W 1 ,g - gg - "F . Medical De artment P 2 fs The Medical Departments primary 'mission is overseeing the health and care of TRENTON'S crew and attached units. A wide range of available serv- ices includedaily sickcall, pharmacy, sanitarygand occupational health programs. Their secondary mis- sion is as a casualty receiveing unit. Mass casualty training sharpens the team's skills to-meet any real life challenges, at home or abroad. . i N a i t' Department X t' While the Navigation Department may belwone of the smallest departments on TRENTON, their re- sponsibility is large. Navigation's Quartermasters safely navigate TRENTON wherever the mission takes us. Navigation maintains the deck log, en- suring accurate records and tracks. Their cool, calm professionalism keeps TRENTON- "On the Lead- ing Edge". 74 USS Trenton HN Iohn Carter HM3 Rich Gizzie HMC Ioseph Ienkins HM2 john Lampe HM3 Larry Moore HM2 James Richey HN Gordan Smith QMC Trent Baugher QMSA Gary Duffey QMSN Eddie Hamilton QM3 David Smith i i z T . 5 5 5 ? E I 4 1 ,my , . w 1 . ..., r Y . ,H W 1 OC Division TRENTON'S OC Division stands for fast and ac- ' curate communications via methods as modern as solid state ultra-high frequency satellite transmission and as timeless as semaphore flags. Both the electronic and visual communicators of OC Division were tasked While operating in the Mediterranean and Adriatic Seas. For the RM's and the SM's of OC Division, the challenges of their operational tasking were met with enthusiasm and a "can do" spirit. Their professional dedication kept TREN TON tuned in to ever changing events, and "On the Leading Edge"! lf LTIC1 Ionathan Paul NX OC Division Officer 2 RMSN Mark Andersen SM3 Brandon Blue SM2 Iohn Brann RMC Matt Clarke SMC David Higgins SM2 Iames E. Lidgard SMSN Freddie Mullins RMI Walter Porcher, Ir. RM1 Ernesto I. Sanders RMSN jack Savoree RM3 Phillip Skrypski RMI Frank Wallath WWW , Ship's Company 77 ,,,,.,,.-. W... . Ji . .f Mymb-r,,,,A, ...... f. 2.---P'-' - i I I 1. Q i ,i . 5 OE Division 3 1 The Electronics Division is made up of Elec- tronic Technicians fET'sJ who are the repair team of the Operations Department. Respon- y sible for keeping TRENTON's radar, commu- 1 1 nication equipment, satellite navigation system it and the ship's SNAP II computer system run- ! l ning day and night, the ET's spend most of each Z T day performing preventive maintenance on in- , stalled electronic equipment. Micro-miniature ,ll electronics repair, electronic calibration, meas- Eg urement and testing equipment is maintained Q 5 T and ready for use at all times by OE Division. 4,5 ET2 Celestino Aviles gt ET3 Kevin Bryant l ET3 Carl Clay iQ ET1 Roger Dedrick ET3 Aaron A. Eberle li ll Ill I 1, ill ET3 Stephen Glasper ET3 Todd M. Housel ETBCSWJ Phillip Lamb T ET3 Matthew Lee Otte f ET3 Anthony Rice i E P l l i I M ll a Ei, Ii ENS Silverio Padua, Ir. OE Division Officer fl 1 Q: If P 1 W W , lllf 78 USS Trenton T l 1, 1 ,Ill ,. ENS Ron Dubois OI Division Officer OI Division The Combat Information Center is the work center and watch station for the Op- erations Specialists QOSJ and Electronic Warfare Technicians QEWJ of OI Division. CIC is the processing center for the in- formation received through TRENTON S sensors radars and electronic surveillance instruments Although the primary job of an am h b p 1 1ous ships CIC is to control boats and aircraft involved in amphibious assaults COMBAT kept TRENTON on the Leading Edge of operations in the Med- iterranean and Adriatic Seas 4 f 1 ,f f J a, M Q, W iQ f ? OSSN Montreat Dorsey OS1 John Dye OI Ulysses Handy OSSN Benny Iones OS1 Michael Kellam OSSN Christopher Lindenberg OS2 E. Loiseau OSSN Kenneth Shackford OSSA Kelly Smith EWSN Christopher Willard Ship's Company 79 ,,.--l.-La.v I ' ' " "wfvx4sXwr.Q 7 , Z . W2 WN , ui, 5. v,. I Zim Z f ra 12. 4" A. .l S-1 Division S-1 Division is responsible for the skillful and accurate receipt, S'f0W-age, and issuance of approximately 28,000 line items. From scheduled underway replenishments to last minute re- geapt stores on the pier to leaving port, all tasks assigned the 1v1s1on were successfully achieved through dedicated hard work and pride of being the best. . S-2 Division A key role of the Supply Department is performed by S-2 Division: feeding TRENTON 'S sailors and embarked Marines. This huge job requires Food Service personnel to work round- the -clock to provide four square meals a day to over 900 men. A very visible and busy part of the "Team," S-2's motto' "Service through Professionalism" is demonstrated daily. S-3 Division S-3 Division is another one of the Supply Department's "high visibility" divisions. Ship's Servicemen run the ship's walk in store and stock vending machines. Also S-3's barbers keep the crew well groomed, while office staff handle special order items. From "Boom Boxes" and Milky Way bars to "High and Tights", S-3 Division always delivers with a smile. S-4 Division The men of S-4 Division are TRENTON 'S "paymasters." The Disbursing Clerks handle payday money distribution, al- lotments and travel claims, and pay expenses for the ship. The constant job of disbursing, collecting, and accounting for thousands of dollars on a daily basis keeps our DK's busy into the night, providing fast and accurate disbursing to Navy and embarked Marines Corps personnel. S-5 Division The men of S-5 Division are tasked with the never-ending process of wardroom mess meal preparation and hotel service in Officer Country. Rising to the challenge, S-5 personnel provided galley service for routine and VIP scenarios, re- ceptions, command functions, and numerous delicious special meals for holidays and other significant events during MARG 2-92. SKSA Barnett,S-1 SK2 Matthew Kurtz,S-1 SKSA Derwood Savage,S-1 SKCS Guillermo Trejo,S-1 SKSN Adam Vi1as,S-1 SK2 Michael C. White,S-2 MS1 Kenneth Anderson,S-2 MSSA Ronald Barrett,S-2 MS1 William Bibb,S-2 MS3 Dennis Brown,S-2 MS2 David E, Ca1dwe11,S-2 MSSN Stephen C1uff,S-2 MSSA Iohn Ho11ins,S-2 MSSR Tyran Howe,S-2 MS1 Christopher Iones,S-2 82 USS Trenton arf! X f Lf , W5 f - , r.,,..-0.5 fi M : , ,tr 1, - Q-:ff-3 1-9 W, '.2f1E3?f5':iIf'i.". Yi' 515 '1-mf52,1YY'E-512523-,-5?PM-v'T2f'543f3-riie-9N? 31:-3.-Tfyfjg 'IW , "W ?:J?Qf'gjQ52-349250 ,M ,..'ff,X,.Q4,,-1 2: .1,.,--ff-1 2-1-:Luigi ,.-Q,feQ', SH2 C. Here11e,S-3 SHSA Gregory Mok1iak,S-3 SN Savi Mensah,S-3 SHSN G. Sa1azarba1deras,S-3 SHSN Iim Stewart,S-3 SH3 Lamont Tay1or,S-3 SHCMCSWJ Wilfredo Zabala SN Henry Ho,S-4 DK3 Brian Lederhouse,S-4 DK1 Calvin Cooper,S-4 MS2 David Gonza1es,S-5 MS1 Calvin Evans,S-5 Q v gf,,fz.Sf fb Roger Willianlsls-2 ,, ..,,. ,. ,,r,,r, . r,r. ,rv, . ., QM, X ' X W x H ,3 rrrr ,rr , 3 ik 3 Q if: . 3 1-w i-rzzf E e. r. X WSFQ- X2-:r. ,.Y, f 1 :ff Q' W V. xxx 2 ,SQ A E35 if N - Q ,A :bfi xr x Si t X xx 5 'Wi t -- -' .X .N SG-.rfb -My we -Nwv3?YS P X A k N Xxxsiifxix fax . M.W.wMr.,...,..t A X x Y Supply Department 83 LTIG Glen Kaufman Department Head GMG2 Iesus Alvlra FC1 Iames Donohue GMC Robert Hlllerby FC3 D. Murphy Sam d WEP . K "If the Navy be, indeed, the right arm of defense, her guns and ordi- nance appliances a r e th e m a i n sinews and arter- ies. . ." -RADM Iohn A. Dahlgren K X Ship's Company 85 Combat Cargo The men assigned to Combat Cargo are the Worker bees" of TRENTON. They load and unload mail, food, cargo and ammo during UNREPS. But more importantly, the CCO and his men control and coordinate all of the disembarkation and embarkation of the Marines and their eqtupment during exercises and operations. The Combat Cargo Department works long hard hours to keep TREN TON - On The Leading Edge. i f 4, CWO Richard Betsinger Combat Cargo Department Head 86 USS Trenton ccofssu W g. ,, 1 4 v 2 -,. X, .:ac" J' Standing QL-Ry LT Tom Gajewski, SN Carlo Lagana, ENIQSWQ Bob Nelson, BMZQSWJ Harvey Atkinson, ENFN Randy Haynes, ET1 Iohn Up erman, ENIQSWJ Lee Mathis. Kneeling CL-Ry EN 2 Nicholas Vain, BMICSWJ Eugene McNally, ETF Dave Jones, GMG2 Robert Nolan, ENIQSSJ Dennis Grim, EN3 Stephen Pontera. SPECIAL BOAT UNIT TWO ZERO RIB - Det. Charlie and Echo 1 !z?7Z'l ' fy: f , ,f , ,,e,,,is , f l W 3 V 5 I Qf fix!!! 7 4 I , f of 7 Q' ii ff 5 5' X ff f A f ff Z J X f 1 4 M - W , 5 ,, ,ff-1 ww, ,.. wfff xx - .L ,ig L., SF W-f.-ww1s. X'ff Y X X . 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N7 in AKSQW5 X X Q98 of - f fx?" .4 I L 1'-R' -' , dc., 'iw M: ' -ew ' V ff f f , , iNlkiq'ev:-L. """, -792' 7 QQ, ,Q f l u '-N.':'BiE:4.'iM A ff? . f' , 1 - . - K 9' . W,,1.g:fgff3j:' .3 fi. 'V' 1 -"XX . P jg' r -if -35Tif?'F:ST5l' wr- M T' f 'il g 'Ff" R"f' if .4 fi ' K ,y-sig, 531 I M ,af psig sw 7 ' SV3-1"'i' "fi"i'ff5' a -'Q' w .A we. 152fR7' A-wfww .fbaskr ' - wx -. 1-MN: av--u m Mrs-a , . 2 N lfii- ipes hi-'i MQ f f Mr . .a..,.-.. . .-A - 1-, , ,1 I .1 ',,-- Q .- . I N 484 VIZ! " w --' ' I A izl'-'YBKEQQX' Beachmasters Unit Two Front Row QL-R1- EO3 Powell, RM3 Hill, CM3 Worth, SN Cassell, SN Cliff. Middle Row- EN2 Fladd, CWO2 Allen, ENIQSW1 Britton, SM3 Ozog, RM3 Regus. Back Row- BM3 Ausberry Con LARC' 051, BM1 Davidson Qbeside LARC 051, FN Curtis, SN O'brien, FN Austin, FN Smith fon LARC 181. 88 USS Trenton Assault Craft Unit Two Bottom Row fL-R1- EM2 Dennis Endsley, EN1 Loren Plotner, BMQj Clay Ienkins. Middle Row- ENFN Kermit Farrow, ET1 Charles Harding, M33 Sterling Davidson. 4 I I i i ii Top Row- FA Edwin Kandal, SA Dale Heath, SM3 Rodney Warren. l 2 0 l w V l 9 Amphibious Construction jf Battalion Two Front Row QL-R1- EN3 Daulphin Ramos, EO3 Zane Powell, BM3li David Allen, BM2 Sean Halat. Back Row- SN Cory Parker, CM3 Bob Werth, SN Steve Porsbergf EN3 William Folkes, BM3 Tracy Barger. E The Leading We Edge At Work 1 51 Aw Embarked Navy 89 V 1 6 I I 1 i 1 CL-R? LT Herbert I., GMCS Bond T., MM1 Walker I., AMN3 Womble R., EN1 Turner S., EM3 SIIHSSHEII. - Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit Two l Det. Three Zero ! .r if i. w l .51 4 f . if l W lst Row QL-Ry L -i 5 SM2 Hector I. Delga- l do, sMs sean M. Mill- " ll er, EM3 Gary D.Merritt, I HM2 Mark L. Donald, LTIG 1 L Dan P. Debono , LT John N. ' Bocock. i T. 2nd Row- 1 Lt Thomas W. Casey, EM3 Iohn A. l 1 A if Kirschke, OS3 William R. Iarvis, QM3 - Sc tt L. B' OSC l o iggar, Ma come E. Hill, GMG3 Steven M. Dart, BM2 Edwin D. Hill. . 3rd Row- , , GMG2 Kyle A. Addison, SM3 Scott D. Wilkins. H in i Seal Team Two Delta Platoon xl. ww uf xlg yi sir vm li it 1. r Q ll gg 90 USS Trenton i V 1 aw A f' !, gf w U, X A , X! f W 'WW' , If A If I W2 , ,f V ,f W fy , , f 1, X 5 Nuklw xc My ' WN . .X . --.X K A, , X A551 ,, H w.,N,M K .ig X-Sakgjjf N ' ' -Mfw .x ' . A . . .N-,Q 379 W ' - . X NMR X5',k'f'M. - x Il, , K 5 , W www - in -W, x f .QNX NM "s3?ygw A '55 -vas, ,. , - M W3 fwfX,x,KMiQ4 QM-,N .. . MW A K N36 M, .wgyi . 7 M5 Mg gQX,..r..x.r K K A Q T X : Q X 5 X .. K ,wir W,-S.-X X, X Q ff-qw YP X55 xfmwsf -aff.-s'N,,wrf-Q' ,Q Ag. ' - ,wljww ww p x X .AxQ4,-,x-1':-MQ. X-,mp--'b"2g K . itbgxx -. Q, wx 1 M x. In - 15 ixgfxi . Mpyfc, A ,, xx + Q X K 'fff lj, S.. ,. X - - ..-.zx,..-,,,::: X'-N"YS3Q.x. .X X A ,Q Aw A kkl, i it Ayfl X x X . .mm-'H - WN X K K Qdxvvw-xg x wxfwasx- - N A N ,. ,Q s 1 W.. -k,4N,Amg N.-N18 V X A ,vmaxm . .k XSQi7psA1QN.,.X. .N 6 -- .. x A - X s wf...X, L L xx " M: ,, A Embarked Navy 91 3 3 f 1 1 3 5 4 2 1 s 5 i 2 HISTORY The 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit was formed in the early 1970's as the 36th Marine Amphibious Unit.. In 1976, tlae 365th MAU participated in Exercise Staffe Zugel in the Federal Republic of Germany, marking the first Marine Corp's participation 1I1 com me arms operations in Germany since World War I. The'MAU also participated in Exercise Triple Jubilee in the United Kingdom. l . h M i I ' The 36th MAU underwent a numerical redesignation to the 26th MAU 111 Sept., 1982, to reflect affiliation with t e II anne Amphibious Force. l . . . . Vklir i wg: Vi:., kk.,l.,,, .I Vk,.,,,,,,, -I , h 2 h The 26th MAU artici ated in NATO exercise Cold Winter QV4 Norway-.dtg'1I1g,MHLTQ11-11.17, 1983. FIOITI AP11120 120. May 6, I f 9 61 MAU P P f f M A tfi' I 'bbw I Straitsfof Florida and the Atlantic The exercise was designed to improve participated in Exercise Ocean Ventuteinthe Gul ol Vpyyvc s art, ippppnpp , Q ysri at g . - u the capabilities of the United States to protect the Qf 1I1 the area of operations. On October 10, 1984, the 26th MAU bQgEthi..PlEiZl11iI1glVfQfQif. Exerciser Universal lcy 1 ,lnfl-Ionduras. The 26th MAU was assigned as the Amphibious Ready Force on March,1, ,yfi A prilg16,1985,fglthe embarked tsc' abqiflld ,tli Six .to Honduras for 10mf.EXefC1s Universal Trek-85. The MAU conductedfflamphibiolusiioperations Army units .helicoptertlogistics support. During their stay m Honduras, Marines and Sailors of the,ffMAUfl5ialslogprovided food village of DOS,p.Boycas. n . After successful amphibious operahons in t',y, bnduras, the MAUjconducted Phase III of Exerc1se.Sol1d in a D-Day landing force that stormed across Onslow Beach at!,.Ca1npV.piLejfeune, N.C., May 8, for the MAU's mVfolVQII1?I1f 501141 Sh1e1d'85 wok Place Qt Marine Corps Air Station, Beaufort,iStl'C.,, a heliborne assault Nassau to secure the airstnp on May 14th. For the 26th MAU, tlus was the last in a month long held in Honduras, Canrplejeune and Beaufort, S.C. , I I . on May 17119851 the.M Vlep Lejeune and the next daywwas relieved as the ReadytForce Contingency MAU by the 28th MAU. The MAU pReagdy,Force tirptp 5 August 15, began planning and training for deployment to the MediterraneartlitSfeaf5i ritilii i'lls i 1 iyzy i'ii'rs A 1 r,,,,,r feyp yfpi QQ yteysssvrsytisttitlrncivsiti'f I pf, I l'el,l lf iei. vtvtslrt,r,l,s,tr,f .Lf ,i,'l 1 typs .5 ,Q , ' if f . During'September 1985, the participategzliwith' PHIBR Ni'fSix'infa no-notice fembarkation, deployment and employment exercise called ARFEX-85 and an evacuationefqfp noncombatants to amphibious shipping. ,ff ttlgpf y . 5 ,e In October, 1985, after intensi5s,7ei'ariipI5ibious training, and special operations evaluation,pthep26th MAUlbecamethe first Marine Corps unit of its kind to earn a Special Operations Capable designation has successfully.maintained that distinction install of its subsequent pre-deployment special operations capable requalification exercises. designationibecame of its title as it sailed in November 1985 to the Mediterranean. During this deployment, the 26th MAUifpart1cipated. from France, Spain, Italy and Portugal, using assets that were not previously irtdigenousito a Marine Arnphibitjusfllnit.'?FO1ijthe'firsttifilgfpqitdetachrnent of AV-8B Harriers were attached to the MAU and actually provided closegair support during Distant LfAnother,5aerial asset-to come under MAU control were the transportation and refueling capabilities of Refueling Squadron-25 21's 21 KC-13OiHercules aircraft. Other pssl exercises during this deployment were Sierra-del-Regin in and Distant Hammer and Galera-86, in May,1986gf 1 5 In Iuly 1986, the 26th its second pre-deployrnentatraining the Mediterranean, they were designated Mediterranean Amphibious Ready QMARG 2-871. Highlightsyofthe'depioyrnentyincludedeDragon Hammer, Sardina, Tunisia and Gaiefza-87i1EEcercise Eg:1estFrost,.,yand,for li' theffirst time in more than aflidetcadefaii exercise on of Corsica with the French Foreign Legion an renc Omman OS. 7'?3?i,l'i' raias tt'r 47154 ,i,i f siii ,islw f vttt ' iss eil? s 5 f . as The 26th MAU was renamed Unit on glfiebruary 5, 1988. This emphasized broadened expeditionary and multiple capabilities as a fonwiaiddeployed a Marine Air Ground Task Force, ratherfthanthe ifit amphibious role implied by its P1'9Vi0l1S MAU iitle- A 11101151 later, The its SOC designation and becamef-lLandingi Force Sixth Fleet 1-88. Highlights of thiS deP10Yment Were amPhlbi0uS landings at 5Pil19fMQI1i9 R0manf5,lItalyp Camp. Dei'CH,r1je1irs, France, Exercise Dragon Hammer-88 at Capo Teulada, Sardiniap Exercise Tartaruga-88 in Sardiniaj aridiexercisestat,Cape,Serrat,fTunisia Sand Bay, Sicily. On November 28, 1989, the 26th MEU made another deployrfientitofthe'Mediterranean iili'i asjlsanding Force Sixth Fleet 2-89. The 26th MEU completed its previous deployment in March 1991, afplannedsiif-imonth'deployrnent thatytwasiextended to seven months due to Operation Desert Storm. The 26th MEU, While not called upon to Operation DesertJStorm, distinguished itself by participating in Operation Sharp Edge, Conducted in Monrovia, Liberia, during that f '..t'.i ar: ritii The MEU Marines and Sailors coordinated noncombatant evacuations of Americans and foreign nationals endangered by political unrest there. In addition, it provided logistical support that kept the U5- Embassy there functional during the conflict. 2 jif 5 The MEU returned to Camp Lejeune March 3, 1991 and on Iune 21, less than four months later, redeployed as Landing Force Sixth Fleet 2-91, setting another MEU first with the shortest time between deployments for such units since they began deploying to the Mediterranean. .The Camp. Lejeune based 26th MEU.conducted an Amphibious Landing Exercise QPHIBLEXJ in Tunisia in August, where it also cross-trained with tpe Tun1s1an Army. In September its Marines and Sailors conducted small-unit exercises in Camp De Canjeurs, France, and in October, Was part o NATO Exercise- Display Determination-91 m Turkey. DD-91 involved more than 2,500 Marines and Sailors using the full range of tactical eqiupment and weaponry orgamc to a Mar1ne.Exped1t1onary Unit. On December 18,1991, the MEU returned to Camp Lejeune. Sixiler 151213 cglepgigment, the 26th MEU QSOCJ is part of Mediterranean Amphibious Ready Group Eight QMARG-81 of the Navy's Landing Force l attalion Landing eam 21101 Battalion 2nd Marines HISTORY The Second Battalion, 2 Marines was activated at Camp Haiten, Haiti on 1 July 1925 and assigned to the lst Brigade serving at the time with Garde d'Haiti. Second Battalion was deactivated on 1 January 1933. Second Battalion was reactivated on 14 January 1941. On 9 August 1942, the battle for Guadalcanal began with Marines landing on Tulagi Island Complex, Guadalcanal. During January 1943, 2d Battalion participated in the final assault to clear Guadalcanal of the remaining Japanese resistance. For its participation in the battle, 2d Battalion was awarded the Presidential Unit Citation. As part of the 2d Marine Division, 2d Battalion, 2d Marines deployed and spearheaded the attack on Tarawa. Throughout the battle, Marines of the Battalion distinguished themselves. The Battalion was again awarded the Presidential Unit Citation for its heroic assault at Tarawa. The 2d Battalion conducted during Saipan, Tinian and Okinawa Campaigns of World War II. In September 1945, the Battalion depbyedfto Nagasaki, Japan as part of the U.S. occupation forces. During June and July 1946, the Battalion relocated back to ,North Carolina as part of the post-war reduction of forces. The Battalion was deactivated on 18 November41i947.Withsthe birth of NATO, the Marine Corps was assigned a new mission, and the 2d Battalion was reactivatedjon 20 October QI949. Since its reactivation, the Battalion has seen extensive service in joint and combined operations and exercises. On 15J11ly 1958, as part of Landing Force Sixth Fleet, 2d Battalion landed in Beirut, Lebanon to securevthe Beirut International Airport. Having accomplished its mission, the Battalion re-deployed on 14 August 1958. In October 1962 during the Cuban Missile Crisis, the 2d Battalion was deployed to the waters off Cuba as part of a task force comprisedof. 40 ships and 20,000 Marines and Sailors. When the successful blockade terminated on 3 December 1962, the Battalion returned to Camp Lejeune, Service in the Mediterranean and Caribbean was routine for the 2d Battalion- during the intervening years between 1963 and 1977. Deployment to the northern flank of NATO commenced in the fall of 1978 when the,Battalion participated as Part of Regimental Landing Team-2, 4th MAB. In February 1979, elements of the Battalion QU.S. Air Alert ForceJ deployed to the Azores on standby alert to reinforce the American Embassy, Tehran, Iran. The unit was recalled when dissidents evacuated the Embassy. On 4 December 1979, in the face of terrorist attacks on United States Naval personnel at the Naval 5'fatiOI1, Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico, 2d Battalion, 2d Marines deployed a force to reinforce the Marine Barracks. The Battalion deployed to Denmark for Exercise VIKING MARINE and thus became the first battalion size unit to operate independently with the Danish Army. In October 1982, the Battalion participated in Combined Arms Operation at Fort.Pickle -Meadows, California in preparation for the major NATO exercise TEAMWORK 84. Returning to Camp Lejeune 1n April 1984, preparations began for the upcoming WestPac deployment. In July, the Battalion deployed to Fort Sherman, Panama for Jungle training and in October the unit departed CONUS once more, rejoining 4th Marines on Okinawa. The Battalion returned to.Camp Lejeune in April 1985. After an intensive training period, the Battalion deployed as Battalion Landing Team 2f.2.W1th the 24th Marine Amphibious Unit fSpecial Operations Capablej. They then deployed to Southwest Asia .and participated in OPERATION DESERT SHIELD and OPERATION DESERT STORM. During its deployment the Battalion was attached to the Sixth Marine Regiment. The Battalion returned from Southwest Asia in April 1991. The 2d Battalion hasadopted the motto of the 2d Marine Division, "Second to None". For its actions, the Battalion has been awarded the Presidential Unit Citation with one Bronze Star, the American Defense Service Streamer, the Asia Pacific Campaign Strl-eameri3The Ngyy Occupation Service Streamer Qwith Asia and Europe claspsj, the National Defense Service Streamer wit one ronze ar andthe Marine Corps Expeditionary Streamer with one Bronze Star. Embarked Marines 93 ,.-.....-..... ,.-,,..... ins ...--.. 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VNV 4 V'?"""A"tS 0 ' 4 Vt f XV V ff i 1 , , ,V V 4 4 V V , V. 1 b 62 2 Y 5 We X 4 V4 V40 .Vo 4 gsm, 4, V,V,V4 4s 4, VVVV3, S 164, V VV, f 5 ,V ,, 4, 'P S if ' iwvfn' .5 0 ' N VV ,WV P 5 f I Q f 0 1 , Viwif 2 ' 4.4 4 4543 5 V Vyf, 4 + 1 V VV4 V -w w -VVV VmsfV44WV is44Va4V4V 12441 fVemV1s,4V5.-V.VVVViVf4V1V..4V4VVV.-VVVfV..V1.4V4VV4fZVi4 V4V1V14VVVV1-4VfVVV-ws1VVV4.f1VVVs14-4.V-2V4VwQV6w496wVVVV.WMV .s4wVf2.44VVVVV4sfmamVww4V4wVVs4sV4VV-VVVVV-1V.wVwV1V4VVVWV451V-VVVVWmfVVVVVQVV14V.V4.VVV-VwVV,4VVaVaVV..V.4V..a4..4V..444V..-.VV.VVV4V..V,.V..,,.V4..a4V V First Lieutenant Jim Randall is a native of Randall graduated from The Citadel in May 1989. He completed O.C.S. in in and I.O.C. in June of 1990. While in I.O.C., he was a recipient of the Assigned to Camp Leleune from assigned as Third Platoon Commander, Company Golf 2nd Battalion, 2nd was deployed to Saudi Arabia, First Lieutenant Randall remained the of Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm. First Action Ribbon for his service in 50UfhWeS'f ASia- 4 Upon returning from assigned as the Weapons Platoon Commander for Company Golf, a October 1991. In October 1991, First Lieutenant Randall was assigned as Golf. First Lieutenant Randall assumed mmmfmd Of Company Golf m First Lieutenant Randall is married to the of Burke, Va, They have one daughter, Kely Odwyer, age one. 94 USS Trenton Gulf Compan First Sergeant Prendergast was born November 22, 1954 in Bellevue, Ohio. He is a graduate of St. Peter's High School in Mansfield, Ohio. After graduating in 1973, First Sergeant Prendergast enlisted in the Marine Corps and reported to MCRD Parris Island in December of 1973 for recruit training. Upon completion of recruit training, First Sergeant Prendergast was named Platoon Honor Man and meritoriously promoted to Private First Class. PFC Prendergast traveled to MCRD San Diego, Operators School. In june, 1974, Prendergast reported to the 4th Marines 3rd Marine an 18 month tour. During this time Prendergast was meritoriously promoted to Lance He participated in operation Frequent Wind during the evacuation of Saigon, SGT Prendergast reported to MSG duty where he served at posts in Damascus, Syria 1978, Staff Sergeant Prendergast reported to 5th Battalion, 10th Marines for two 6th Marines for two years. He left Camp Lejeune in 1982 for duty as a Drill the rank of GySgt and upon tour completion at Parris Island he reported to 3rd tour with 7th Com- munications Battalion. In 1986, GySgt PrendergfasfgplggportedifoDivisiorggeadquarters 2nd Marine Division for duty in the Division Comm Office.In 1987 Prendergast was as the Communication Monitor at I-IQMC. While at HQMC Prendergast rank of Master Sergeant. Upon Submission of request to be redesignated the request and received orders to MCSF Co, Keflavik, Iceland. 1stSgt Prendergast f1'0rI1 February 1990 to February 1991 and then proceeded to 2nd Marine 3rd Battalligjinzq-8th Marines. 1stSgt Prendergast did a Med float in 1991 and upon return received ofdersito duty station, Golf Company 2nd Battalion 2nd 1stSgt Prendergast's decorations include: Navy Comrfiecndation Medal, Navy Achievement Medal and Combat Action. 1stSgt Prendergast is married to the former Miss Karen Clark who is an active duty Navy Chief stationed in Keflavik, Iceland. They have two daughters, Lauren U01 and Caitlin 111. ' I Embarked Marines 95 :lf Battalion Landing Team 14? 1y0Wff"M5 Kgmafvgofv 9 V 43 2 ww- -S. ,W X f f ff fx! WW! 1 if Q 1 1 X .l -nr-P' -1 M1 Z7 fog fy Q A fi , 91.2 fM0?j W!ff if gg? V ,af . f gif Q ,af if 'Z fi K 4 ,gpg ,QQQ 22 - 11 A ff f W y f M1 1 Mya fp 9 a f 1:1 xy. ,f-1 ,111 1.1. Wwgyf 1 i g M na . 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In May of 1983, he 1 received orders to 2nd Battalion 2nd Platoon Sergeant until August of 1987 when he was transferred tofk of 1990, Gunnery Sergeant Gegg transferred to Golf Company, is presently serving as the Company GHHHGIV Ser Sant- ,1., GYSGT Ge8S'S Pe1'S0na1 aWH1'dS Medal, Navy Commendation Medal, Navy Achievement Medal, Liberation Medal for Operation Desert Shield f Operation Desert Storm and I GySGT Gegg is married to the former has one daughter, Patricia. 96 USS Trenton 1 1 1 N 1 2 f2 Gulf Compan 4 K .-an el mfs e ,ff fe, f Wflgg L""" A "AN Nk""'A"'M' i f ,f ' C L , 1 5 f "xA seee,,, 1ef Pew QL-Ry LCPL D.C. CPL ML., LCPL Ridley PJ., LCPL Conner znd Row- CPL Doyls M.s,.f, L,,C KJ., LCPL Desert, LCPL Johnston B-A-, HN3 3rd Row- SGT Fussell 'lP' 1stSGT Prendergast T.P., ,,,.e,ee 'V""b'i LT Lagore. fi ft, I Plat Embarked Marines 97 ixkwy sn? N N19 V r W V A VH M. 4 ,N .A CW,-. ,.,: .., X, Av ,, , ,. , .. .Wh ,N , ff,,fm,,', 1 1 We 4 ,W ff z,"'.. , fu, X, r,, fx , f"f . , ,. . 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I, ,jig 99 X ,222 524 Rfb 5: H X , Q J sa Vo X Q Q55 X A gf QM 1 fg Q, M 1 gg ,, Q Q MCZQ ta 01,95 gg? Q if 7 yay 6 X xy vga My 5 e EO, ,,?3',4 iv I so V!! fvqffafjfi 07 0396 XQQ X 'tt U Q X ' , an y X 2 , Qwta MMV ' ,f , 4, 4 0 X5 0 'g if sw 6 gf M if Q 42? ft X afyfgaoggyfb if iyfOW50 oliyfwfg ff 0 9932 f'f'gQ giiwyafz f5b?iWcW6ff5WK254':fl aff Q tv 4 Y Q, W w 4 fl After aduatin from Indiana Universi of Penns 1van1a in 1981 Ca tain Kazmierczak was comm1ss1oned I as a 2nd Lieutenant in the United States'Marine Corps Reserve. After completing the Basic School and the Infantry Officers Course in March of 1982, he reported to the 1st Marine Division where he served as a Rifle Platoon Commander. W"i53i4'2v www... . 'tt .. C4 W" ' . W ffffifwv mmm ffl-t2foz6fQ3i?z In February 1983, he transferred to! if .XXX 1,59 5 4 w V HC .M , sf' " 'dy WWW ' cf, Mgagiifxyhk "' ' P1 t C d - iid' if g"M,, - f , , 1 '. X . ' Q.. 4 . X , '7 a oon omman er with Co. A, ls ,econ 4 , riintif ,SN Q, Captain Kazmierczak then reported Commander with Co. C, 3rd Recon Ba and in Iuly of 1986 became the Comm rn January 1986 and transferred Returning to the U S in A ril 1782666 -' ' if fav, W if A ' 5? . ' ' P -za' ,. 25thM 4thM ' ' ' ' ff arines anne Division frofg I ' wma ny? iw? . He next attended the Amphibious honors. In May 1990, he reported to th Commanding Officer of Company G 2 f 2 ,A , 2 ' ,Q-Zi Whadi ' as , - 2 0-sbt., Ax Qtikgoggftfezgy. N"-aa me .su A X SSW 342' Q X e t Manne D1v1s1on for duty as a Recon 19 4. 4 V22 'Ti , ,. .W , 4 fy. it gs .QSQZJ7 M, 42' I Ip. 4,3 if W fr 2 4, ., ,. 2 . dw 151ofQ,,,a '1Eiiinawa, Japan for duty as a Recon Platoon My sz, Jw fewifovw atgne the Deep Recon Platoon Commander f , 2 ,ff '. 1 AG' 4' , 4 995' S' dy., A 1 ' . ,Qs ,' 9, V0 If .' W f , am ,vm kt ff 4 ' '7 lr fur M? Qfisafv ,cm A I 807. w 'tv x 4 W? f fb M W ifi asm, in cg .W Q AW 1' ,gs tjfgf, MQ' M Battalion. He was promoted to Captain '22 " -4 t' A ' J ffif? f 2 ,,- sam! , we W af f, if Q gl rf 5 X Q , A af if , QW V MZ, I if Q5 - igned ,,f 0 ,fx f 4 Qf , 2 22 V on 5526 f,, 5,1 Na gm Jw SEI l Eges as the Assistant G-1. ' g r-Instructor, Company E, 2nd Battalion, fff 54561 from which he aduated in 1990 with W vgwf N' f'9"4""Q I Aw qwifgtf 2 A e 2 -92, - .V,, 4 ry nd Marine Division Where he served as the 1991 J? W o ay . In May, he was reassigned as the Commanding Officer of Weapons Company 2 f 2 in Wecember 1992 as Operations Officer 212. Ngaptain Kazmierczak and his wife, the former Amy Brown of Mechanicksburg, PA, reside in Jacksonville, 114 USS Trenton Company U 'i 15 4 ,, ,,.,,. : 15, 5 .:,-N ., .A-. Q wx- ? , . :- R Y S E R G Gysgt. Royal enlisted in the Marine Corps Ianuary 1974 by way of Parris Island, South Carolina. Upon Training and ITS at Camp Pendleton, CA., he completed,,,at 'QIQrt: 4, "E" Co. 2 f 8, "F" Co. A ,,,,s 2 f 7, "I" Co. 3 f 7, and Weaponsiafdif . . - - - - Special Assignments have Field QPHITIS Islandj, T Marme Barrack Staff Guard Norfolk and NROTC Unit Prairie View A8:M ot' Awards include the Navy Navy AChieVemS11t Medal, the Navy Unit Medal, Medal. Gysgt. Royal is married to the former they have two sons and three daughters. Embarked Marines 115 K a K X. ,, Q ' 'X fs f X " f " ' " ' ' ' , 4 , , 'W X f X ' - , , ' ff , M ., M ' ff' ff" ff , . K . f, ,, X K ,, f,' f f y ., 'f : ,f z MX HXX , Q U, , " XX X . ,X W M we if f X ff f . X f . . X , W X ' 0 2 :L X ff Xi s f, f . , . 'f 'X . -' ' - , X f - , , V 'V 4 'f . f ' ,ff ' .fs uf , X X ,xg K U .1 , KJ. K! Xi X KT X I VK X, X ,X , If Q K! K ,. 1,1 , K V ,K ,, K X I fm, of A f A , , XV, ,,, Q f KL K N KK' X XY ,s 0 U X, V Q X f 1 XX XKJ1 f . Xg. A 7, Xs A X X,,ff XX 4 A XW: 1' .. , X ,f , , .f , X, 1 If 7 ff ,.: .. ,X Af 2 , 4 g ,X. C K Xf X .,.. K X s 7 , V , X A I , K ,. V . M . 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