Tripoli (LPH 10) - Naval Cruise Book

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Clarey stationed aboard his flagship the USS L , Tarawa QLHA-13. The ARG deployed QA early to join other allied forces in sup- port of Operation Desert Shield to 1 R halt the hostile aggression of the Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein and protect the people of Kuwait and Saudi Ara- bia. San Diego Shows Their Ap Manning The Rails Desert preciation. ShieldfStorm. N 2 DE ARTURE f 0 Sailing Into History' CAPT. G. BRUCE MC EWEPI Captain Ci. Bruce McEwen was born in Greeley, Colorado on June 15, 1947. He attended Chaffey High school in Ontario, Califomia and graduated from the University of Southem California in June 1969 with a degree in International relations and Economics. He was commis- sioned through the NROTC Program and reported to Pensacola for flight training immediately upon graduation and was designated a Naval Aviator in October 1970. Captain tMcEwen's first assignment was to VA-195 flying A-7E aircraft at NAS Lemoore, California. He complet- ed a combat tour in Vietnam aboard USS Kitty Hawk CCV-655 in 1972, flying 188 combat missions. In 1975 Cap- tain Mcliwen reported to VS-41 in San Diego as an instructor during the in- troduction of the S-5A Viking aircraft. Subsequent tours of duty included as- signment to VS-55 in 1977, aboard Kitty Hawk and USS America CCV-663 in 1979. He then served as OIC of the COMASWWINCIPAC S-5 detachment aboard the USS Midway QCV-415 and USS Coral Sea CCV-455 in 1979-80 dur- ing the lranian hostage crisis. ln 1980 he returned to VS-41 where he served as Assistant Maintenance Officer. He reported to VS-57 in 1981 as Oper- ations and Maintenance Officer and deployed aboard USS Enterprise QCVN-655 to the Northern Pacific and Indian Oceans. After a short tour of duty on the maintenance staff of CO- MASWWINCIPAC, he reported as Ex- ecutive Officer of VS-58 in May 1984 and assumed command in November 1985. During this time the squadron deployed twice with the USS Ranger QCV-613 to the western Pacific to par- ticipate in multinational exercises. Captain McEwen reported to USS Ranger CCV-615 in April 1987 as Navi- gator and deployed once again to the Western Pacific and Indian Oceans. His most recent assignment was Ex- ecutive Officer onboard USS Indepen- dence QCV-62l from 51 July 1988 to 16 September 1989. Captain McEwen assumed command of USS Tripoli KLPH-105 on April 20, 1990. Captain McEwen has been awarded three Dis- tinguished Flying Crosses, two Merito- rious Service Medals, two individual Air Medals, eighteen Strike Flight Air Medals, Eight Navy Commendation Medals with Combat UV" and numer- ous unit decorations and service rib- bons. He has accumulated over 6,000 flight hours 44,700 in the S-.'5Al and over 870 carrier arrested landings. Captain McEwen is married to the for- mer J'Ann Schneider of Vacaville, California. They reside in Point Loma with their two sons Michael and Keith. F' CAPTAIN 5 A EXECUTIVE OFFICER Captain Duckworth was born and raised in Lincoln, Nebraska. He was ap- pointed to the U.S. Naval Academy in 1965 and graduated in 1969. ln March 1971, he was designated a Naval Avi- ator. Captain Duckworth's initial tour of duty was with Helicopter Attack fLightJ Squadron THREE QHAL-55 in the Repub- lic of Vietnam where he flew over 200 combat missions in the UH-113 gunship in support of U.S. Riverine Forces in the Mekong Delta. His next assignment was with Helicopter Training Squadron EIGH- TEEN QHT-183. ln addition to his duties as a flight instructor, he eamed his Mas- ter's Degree as a result of studies at the University of West Florida. ln 1974, Cap- tain Duckworth retumed to sea duty in San Diego, Califomia. During this tour he was assigned to USS TRIPOLI CLPH- 1Ol where he made a Westem Pacific deployment and eamed his Surface War- fare Officer designation. Captain Duck- worth joined Helicopter Mine Counter- measures Squadron TWELVE QHM-125 in 1977 where he sewed as Nuclear Weap- ons Officer and Assistant Officer in Charge of a detachment that deployed the Western Pacific. ln October 1978, Captain Duckworth became a plan- kommer in Helicopter Mine Counter- measures Squadron SIXTEEN QHM-167 where he initially served as Safety Ofli- cer. He deployed with the squadron in 1979-1980 to the Indian Ocean and served as Operations Officer during the lranian hostage crisis and rescue at- tempt. Captain Duckworth's next assign- ment was to the Naval Military Personnel Command QNMPCD in 1980 where he served as Placement Officer for all Navy helicopter squadrons and the aviation type commander staffs. Captain Duck- worth joined Helicopter Mine Counter- measures Squadron FOURTEEN QHM- 14J while deployed in the westem Pacif- ic, and assumed duties as Executive Of- ficer in June 1985 and command of the squadron in January 1985. During his command tour, HM-14 won the Battle HE" and CNO Safety Award. He reported aboard USS TRIPOLI QLPH-105 in San U 4 X0 'l Wah, XENN. ui -i CAPT. E.L. DUCKWORTH Diego in December, 1986 where he served as Operations Officer for two years. Captain Duckworth re- turned to Norfolk, Virginia in Janu- ary 1989 and assumed command of Helicopter Mine Countermeas- ures Squadron Twelve CHM-125, the CH-55E and MH-55E Fleet Replace- ment Squadron CFRSJ. He reported to USS TRIPOLI ILPH 103 in De- cember 1990 as Executive Officer. Captain Duckworth has logged over 4100 flight hours in various fixed and rotary wing aircraft. For his accomplishments he has re- ceived the Meritorious Service Med- al C5 Awardsj, Air Medal with Nu- meral 5, Navy Commendation Med- al, plus othercampaign and service awards. f Captain Duckworth resides in Coronado, California with his wife the former Kathy Welton of Lincoln, Nebraska. They are the parents of a daughter, Rim and son, Eddie, Jr. CCIVIIVIAN MASTER CHIEF Master Chief Jones enlisted in the Navy on 9 Nov. 1960 under the Polaris Field Launcher KPFLD program, in the torpedoman rating. He attended boot camp at Great Lakes IL., TM "A" school at Key West FL. Missile Launcher School Dam Neck VA. And basic Submarine School at Groton CT. He has served aboard the follow- ing commands, The USS Abraham Lincoln SSBN 602, USS Stonewall Jackson SSBH 654, instructor, at Ha- val Submarine Training Center, Gro- ton CT., USS Sam Houston SSBN 608, Plavsubtracenpac, Hawaii as instruc- tor, weapons officer and command senior chief, USS William H. Bates SSN 680 as Chief of the Boat CCOBJ, HSL55 NAS North IS. as CMC, VS58 NAS North is. as CMC. Master Chief Jones has made 16 polaris deterrent patrols, 5 west packs and 2 surge OPS. He qualified in sub- marines in 1962 and qualified for his surface warfare pin in 1987 aboard the USS Ranger CV61. He is married and lives in San Diego with his wife Linda and their three sons Ellis, Rob- ert Jr. and Hathon ld J Gif X11 , ' FTCM JONES . li CO AT WORK Boredom Sets ln USS Tripoli Brain Trust. Captain Contemplating On The Bridgewing. 5 TYIPQ LPH I0 .4 11 I 05 X U . Jr". , Y 1- , ff ride 2,557 Ligx , Z T. V L f, E' xf. 9 Q l , if fa 'gm ,' 5152, , T. Jam ,ES "MA, ,Y , fd? . 2 E 15.33, r, H' P ,H-H R r . 3 Y 1 3 4, Lx -fm ui f 1 ' ' 8 5 1 v 2 1 , g t 1 'A 3 , V 3 v C in , 'Q 1 2 4' 9 la ,A J S . 6 COMMAND 'H - -, y 4, Q Wxlif 0 The Capt. Takes ln Some Liberty O AT WORK XO Chows Doum On Liberty! Overlooking Sea Si' An- chor XO and Mr. Donaldson Taking ln Some Rays. CMC AT WORK fl V' 7 X':'.".n qw ' L CoMMAND 7 USS Tripoli fLPI'I-10iis the second ship to be named after the historic battle of Tripoli fought on the Third of August, 1804. The first ship was the escort aircraft carrier, USS Tripoli QCVE-645, which was decommis- sioned in November 1958. Today's Tripoli was built at Ingalls Shipbuild- ing Yard in Pascagoula, Mississippi. The keel was laid on June 15, 1964. The ship was christened and launched on July 51, 1965. Commis- sioning ceremonies were at the Phila- delphia Naval Shipyard on August 6, 1966 where her first Commanding Of- ficer, Captain Henry Suerstedt Jr. as- sumed command. Tripoli entered her homeport of San Diego, California on 22 November, 1966 and immediately began exten- sive training off the California coast in preparation for her first overseas de- ployment. She departed the States in May of 1967, headed for the South- east Asian Theater. Tripoli entered the Vietnam combat zone, with the first complete squadron of CH-55 lie- lo's to be deployed to Vietnam. She took over as Flagship for Amphibious Group "Bravo", stationed off Danang, near the demilitarized zone KDMZJ. For the next seven months Tripoli conducted many special operations and launched eight full scale am- phibious assaults against insurgent forces and North Vietnamese regu- lars. She also served as a medical base, providing hospital services for the immediate evacuation and treat- ment of wounded personnel. Throughout the Vietnam war, Tripoli was a key player in numerous naval operations and strategic evolutions. Over the years she has made a sig- nificant impact on naval history, prov- ing herself to be a versatile and record setting platfonn. She was the first Pa- cific Fleet ship to land VfSTOL aircraft and the first amphibious ship to carry a full squadron of AV-8 Harrier air- craft. In 1985, she won the COIVIPI'II- BRON ONE Professional Olympics award for the third consecutive year. In 1985, she was awarded nine out of a possible eleven Departmental Ex- cellence awards. In 1988, she won the Chief of Naval Operations Safety Award and once again won nine De- lb 8 WSTORY Quail' xl' 4' , :tr 1'-Fu I - V Q 1 QR partmental awards. Tripoli was sec- ond to none in 1989, as she won the coveted COMNAVSURFPAC Battle Efficiency Award. On 1 December 1990, in support of Operation Desert Shield Tripoli em- barked on an eight month deploy- ment as part of the largest Naval Am- phibious Ready Group to deploy over- seas since 1965. With the advent of surgical attacks launched from air, land, and sea against strategic mili- tary installations in Iraq, Operation Desert Storm was bom. On the eve of the ground war at 0456, February 18, 1991, Tripoli's hull was rocked by the powerful blast of an Iraqi laid mine. 555 pounds of high explosives blast- ed a 20 by 50 foot hole into the star- board bow, destroying two thirds of her jet fuel storage capacity. The for- ward emergency diesel and emergen- cy switchboards and several other surrounding spaces were immediate- ly flooded with over 1,200 tons of seawater. I'ler crew spent the next nine and a half hours isolating the damaged areas and adding additional support to those spaces through the use of shoring. Despite her damage, she remained off the coast of Kuwait for five grueling days of etemal flight operations, clearing a mine infested deepwater channel for the Battleships Missouri and Wisconsin. Tripoli was finally forced to withdraw to effect bat- tle damage repairs only because she ran out of jet fuel for the mammoth MH-55E mine sweeping helicopters. Tripoli is the first U. S. Naval vessel to sustain major mine damage and continue operating since the civil war. After a brief drydock period and the replacement of 120 tons of steel to repair her sides, keel and intemal spaces, she was back on station clear- ing mines in the treacherous waters off the coast of Iraq and Kuwait. The USS Tripoli has proven that when there is a tough mission to be completed, she is the ship to call. Ser- vice to the community, support to the fleet. The best of the best. UThe Fam- ous Fighting Ship that takes a licking and keeps on ticking." The United States Navy at its best. FACTS USS Tripoli QLPH-103 is an Amphibi- ous Assault Ship designed to trans- port helicopters and Marine Corps troops to foreign shores by launching an airborne invasion to land Marines behind enemy lines utilizing the con- cept knovrm as vertical envelopment. Tripoli also serves as a 500 bed hospital facility and minesweeping platform. Tripoli is 602 feet long and 84 feet wide, supporting a one acre flight deck. She is capable of accom- modating 2,500 people and 26 air- craft. This includes the crew of over 600 ofiicer and enlisted men and an assortment of Marine troops, helicop- ters and AV-8 Harriers. The ship has over 750 compartments, displaces 18,000 tons and has a draft of 29 feet. Her single shaft propulsion plant can produce 22,000 horsepower which can drive the ship at speeds in excess of 20 nautical miles per hour. Tripoli has the capability for distilling 100,000 gallons of fresh water daily. Her electrical plant is capable of pro- ducing and supplying enough power to service a small city. And as with most cities, Tripoli has its ovm Chap- el, library, barber shops, post ofiice, print shop, laundry, store, photo lab, radio, and television stations, three award winning dining facilities, weath- er forecasting office, and full service hospital and dental facilities. ii ui cf! 17 P 4' FAC TS 9 if A: , 1-FV Kia' uma' lr 33 v viii: 1 J. 47- x ,157 'H Yv - -- NW- , r . ir Q in 15:3 ' Z1 '-Q' sf'- F ww ff g ,Y ,gb l5'7.fff' , ' ll I I 1 Nj ,sw f" 2:17 ff-TP 4'2 V6 X 1 A 3 'I 1 .L r n ' D ' Au 1 8 7 ,nv .....,nN' , var 'L .. . ,-. ,I '.. I ,.'f,q"' ,www .,,r 4 , V ' ' fur, 1 uf, psi P . f A 4 ,u,, .4, .a-qs: I gag 5 - J Hg " ' lb' ILA :'j,. L: r 'w1Mi l u. 4 ,wfnf ,--:' , 4-"" 'A ,al ,,-,,p""-'1 za- Q7 ' ...... MASTER AT ARMS is Wim The protection of life, property, en- forcement of laws and regulations and the preservation of good order and discipline. Through the accomplish- ment of this mission by the Master at Arms, a safe environment for com- mand personnel is maintained on board Tripoli allowing her to perform her assigned missions. The Master at Arms maintain a po- lice visibility and presence to deter crime. They respond to calls for assis- tance and reports of criminal activity: enforce laws, regulations and direc- tives: apprehend and process su- spects: provide escorts, conduct in- vestigations and provide information and assistance to personnel in need, providing law enforcement services 24 hours daily. There is always a MAA around when you need one onboard the UFamous fighting ship." 12 M xx, X1 The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly!!! I w-.jgf it MACS R. Carpenter MA1 B. Benton l MA1 D, Guffehy MA1 S. Dunn ABI15 E. Henson ABH5 J. Sawyer E 5 1 PERSONNEL OFFICE PH2 W, Ford P175 E, Acosfa PIY5 J. Gierke PIYSIY M. Erickson li i PIYSIY F. Ferrer RMSN S. Durrell PMSA J. Montalvo nf""? -QVGS? ' V. Q ' P ' ADMIN PERSONNEL OFFICE enlistments. Paper Pusher Pushing Buttons. Senior Chief Looking For Pgff? The personnel office handles all pa- perwork for the enlisted personnel. The PN's consider customer service the most important aspect of their job. This involves military I-D card ap- plications, permanent change of sta- tion transfers, personnel receipts, do- cumenting qualifications, processing leave, as well as discharges and re- p 'N , ADMIN 15 gf Cfc fx-...-:- PRI T SHCP The print shop has the professional task of providing lithography for the crew and embarked units. The ship's Ll's spend numerous hours printing Tripoli's instructions, engineering logs, and Plans of the Day. CCTV 5 l 9 . T, , ,P M30 , , u. 'Iv 1-'VJ The mass media specialists in Tripoli's television studio consistently bring up the latest news and' enter- tainment to the crew while the ship is deployed. The HK-Triple-E" T.V. crew also produces several publications and acts as a public relations center. During Operation Desert Shield and Storm they played host to several na- tional media groups and released news articles on Tripoli's accomplish- ments. l i , , -. ,... .,s...,..-.--.,... ..,,,,.... .9 4- ' T - ""' '1 i - V. T X A. Jflipt i 'AJ' nf Q t . Milf, -'Q 1 Alix I 1 X 'rf wi il QM!!! vt- . my ll '- ,. ,Ml l is f ,125 . ,T gy! ! ... N "We Are On The Air!" JO2 Joiner "Now Patton, Don 't Get Shocked AN Kelly Was Always Trying To Get That Shot For The Cruise Video. is 14 ADMIN lr:-..-"' ' 'R WN ...I Qs. . CAPTAIIYS CFFICE LN1 R, Scisco YN2 J. Flores YIYSIY D. Dotson YIYSA E. Gonzales YNSA C. Smith POST OFFICE PC1 J. Sheets , PCSA T. Riedlirlger Mall ls W0rk Too! Any complex organization requires a staff of administrative professionals, the Tripoli is no exception. The nerve center of Admin Department is the Captain's Office. ,a All official correspondence is han- dled by our Administrative Officer and his team of professional computer dri- vers. Preparing the, "Plan of the Day", processing awards, maintaining re- cords and files of naval instructions and publications is a full time commit- ment to these dedicated paper push- ers. The ship's post office operates like any branch Post Office. Offering mon- ey order 'andi stamp salesy.. certified, insured, and registeredpostage-5 and the collection iof and distribution of mail., Theygalso act as thefmail center for all the ,units in the task group. End- less hours are spent sorting and di- recting mail to its final destination. ADMIN 15 , ' -'1' 'fx .7:,?9f1f rt-if 21435 , 'gifi-1,51-5-Q 24:?2'y"',-11.1 1:4 ' 2 , .1-1 :-,A -. .:,- ., , 5 Y ,:v,Q,f,1,,,l5A, ,. 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The Communications!Navigation, Electri- calflnstrument, Ordnance and Cali- bration shops all make up the Avion- ics Division. They repair radios, navi- gation, electrical and weapons sys- tems. The Support Division maintains the tow tractors, hydraulic test stands, electrical power carts and forklifts. The Aircrew Division pro- vides primary search and rescue per- sonnel, always ready to rescue a ship- mate in distress. ASAIY Bozja Prepares To Work On Yellow Gear. l i V r . T i i . AFCM T. Egrie ATCS E. Marquez AZCS R. Ramos ATCS G. Fernando AEC R Spulveda 18 AIMD AQTC IPL Egger AMS1 K. Morton AE1 D. White AS1 L. Mallan AZ1 P Terrell - A-. :A I R AT1 B. Henderson A51 D. Gravador AD1 E- Bfown 4,. rm. AMH1 A. Alegre AD1 R. Cunningham l -gym., l ,A mu S... 1 731-.L Q l i 3 .- :zz F' KV ' an O A51 G. Kelly AS1 T. Azure PR2 J. Alva AMH1 Alegre Testing A ' draulic Pressure T ester. AH Giron Works Away In Airframe Shop, PR1 D. Blake AK2 R. Litan Component in 7-he Hy, AS2 R. Brown A52 O. 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Jet exhaust can propel a person off his feet and over the side in seconds. Near supersonic speed helicopter blades tips can cause severe damage. On the flight deck, men move in many different directions. To the unin- itiated observer it looks chaotic. It's like an orchestra where each section perfonns a part of the overall sym- phony of amphibious flight oper- ations. Crew members are highly trained and specialized. They perform specific vital functions in the high speed, highly coordinated flow of flight operations. Each person wears a colored jersey denoting their job, responsibility and assigned area dur- ing aircraft launch and recovery oper- ations. ln support of Operation Desert Storm the V-1 Division safely conduct- ed over 59OO Hcombat" missions. 1 ABH1 H. Ramos. ABH2 L. Petfway. ABH2 J. l'liCkS. Crash On The Scene. ABH5 T. Smith. ABI15 D. McKinney. ABH5 A. Tulfley. ABH5 B Cucyoe A5115 J Alqandro "Damn IAm Good. " KABH5 McKinney! AH-1 lCobra1 Ready For Action. Tiger Dumping A Load! ABHAN Kesslen ABHAIY Valle'. Sn.,-...A-Rum ABH5 G. Williams. ABH5 I. Hunter. ABH5 E. Talavera. ABH5 P. Cham. ABH5 R. Trinidad. lszgluilr gin! , T .JE A 'W -U mlm! D uf., Ill ul Qs, ' bf "1" JIZL, .!,, Su' '51 ,"'. .4 qv. .QQ nf ,mf f5.' 1' "1" ,fiiibi f' Lf .Joe fi ,f sm :ww y +L-Wk .L Lf ' if 'fl ' ' 5-.--Num N 1- . m' f "1" .CV if 01,11 Ill X In L1 fb oz W H , , F J" Quwv fmL,,M h X, M 'EW' 1 W ,mv pm "'.7w:! 'NW A I Q - 4 ' :V ,x W. fg,::gr Lf ,fu W ,Qfy V As ., all 1.. -.CDO Y af' bf . A- ,A wi ,-,nd 'LD' V, QL, ,L xy., 4 Jn, .y L, V 1' , ' fr :Jil Q i , bf -fi J.. 4 024. 1155 1 ,V f Q-of f , wr ,nk X "'4l"J H 'W 1:1 415' of In 'GJ X-A-1- WIN '1 nil' ""i"o. u fq, 4 'vim 11. N 0030 'wi ,. q . u f .L 00' What The Q-?'W?! SH-60 Landing On Deck. Sun Sets On A Helo In The Gull? Here Comes The "BlGGlE"! u, Q-:..-" ' . H, AA C. Fernandez AA R. Hughes AA T. Brown AA D. Aunqend A51-1,qp1 D, Richings 'N YELYQN .1 I 'i I AA J. Vaughn AA B. Hazel AA H. O AA B. Mann AA C, Edquid .'l-:Q l C 'J Little Bit To The Leli. "BUDDlES" UH-1 tTigerJ Coming In For Full Flight Deck On The Way ""'-W-N 1 A A Landing. To Desert Stom1. :e,N4B'vff-X:.,..,'.' -4.54. .A ..,""" ' "'-- AIR 51 "Hr 'lic W!" , P 'LY' . -:vt .,.L, P. 4 ,.J-1- lkt H U za' V F.. -..-.. W ,gt ww ZH, Jw .vga 'f'w7.',1, mfigu-:gk H' ? Q Q 4. 0 'wa-mmm! JL. . A-rf A ,. ,...,.. in , .W """ --1-'f,,,'4 ig, 15" 2 Q f My X., 4, sv! sr' ax . f' U 1 K F? f W-n. In mfg mv 'H 'Ai' m,5,. X -Q' my X lf..--..i, OIF9 'VP 111 E .1 yu - R xx - x 41 .,,T'f:.,..'g 5x X X N ' N-'x, Xl N -Q 'M-'W Fx fv ' f . '-'Q -'wr N Yxht' ' 4 v 1 fr" 1 B fu ,-1 ' A 1 ,lg 8 ..9.. c I P .. ' .1510 gl, f ,fl-JN 1 1 N 1? 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Garner V455 1 to f vi , 'A All vi CCIVIBAT CARGO Combat cargo performs an assort- ment of duties. Acting as a liaison team, combat cargo is responsible for coordination with embarked units and appropriate ship's staff in prep- aration and execution of plans for em- UH-6O Sea Hawk ln Action. What Are You Doing Gunny? barkation or debarkation of troops, the loading and stowage of troop car- go and ammunition and the billeting and messing of troops. During deployment, combat cargo has a 1-A team attached, consisting of Marines and Sailors. The 1-A team performs the tasks of manifesting and escorting passengers to the flight deck and on to the helicopters as well as playing a vital role in vertical re- plenishment evolutions. During Operation Desert Storm, combat cargo transferred by air an en- tire Marine Battalion and two aviation squadrons with their cargo and sup- port equipment. ln addition, combat cargo was responsible for the move- ment of over 1 million pounds of mail and cargo in the Persian Ciulf. Combat cargo has been a key division during the logistically intense deployment. GYSGT J. Carranza . -...,,, - -X .ii X. 5 WN..-I 1 56 CCO his-5 Captain Ed Skeens Combat Cargo Officer ...D-4, mf, 1, 5,-4' 1' , 51 x.- 1. VV!! . ,fl alas' I '11 , ' f. 'fur 1' fi? f ..: -7, ' of I HH! ' I M lllllll I . 1 1.1 f.'.'n , .NL 'Er xh 'r.nc '- -Q notion' u-an I '1 1, 527 X gi- ,H fig.: , ,M ,, ., If XX F i W if fg.-,Q , if 1' ,' :-f 4. .- ,. .N '. V ,s. .Lg-' . V. o 1' . ji .f fx 1: :" e 1 f ' I . ff: M .- pw. '- '- -Q ir? . , 4 51 -fi ' fr' H21 fb 4 ,, I 41 . v, -' 1 V ff , 4 1 ci M1 , . .1 5 h 51, , , .. .1 ,g - A . , , ,. , 4 15 - fy: , , ", ' j . -3,4 ' , .f 1 ' , - Ak, , ' - , ' 'I . 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Known as the ears of the ship, they process hundreds Offl'Xl2SS3QCS daily and ensure continuous communica- tions with distant commands. From repair parts to personal messages, they treat each transaction with pro- fessional pride. They ensure the ship is always mission ready. Do I Look Worried? Typical Navy Life Where's That Muster Report? lRM1 Tolbertl I Have Been Here For An Hour. Leave Me Alone!!! lRM5 Little! is 'I ll-O COMM WAN.-I' YIXNN -.::f .Vx '.- J, Rl' .I 'Q ,.. -A. ff Q' , w3?68!,.f. , 1, 1-mm: WS' J r ' wiv' , 1 . I .M ..-vw' rl- 132' Kyf' H. 3 N 2 9,- JJ .nh F 95 if ZZR S "'-II., '3' .. 1 V, 'x .qw v 4 Q I 1 1.15. Z 1' ' I X , 'if' 71.9 . ., an-' A 1 M. .4 L 1 '44 -4 mlm ..- 'M fl: b N, w::,f,, E' iz? x i na , fi GE .gel W ft . xx ,V X N f-x s, ,q-lx: l' , 9 ZA 1. "' 1 'lumen' Q. 5 if Q .I fm K ., gnu' M . ,, N 1 1 K . 5' Sak-f ' xr' f re' xv... ,.: "Ili H. HS . J XM "H ... In -5 'T 'H QW 1 f' .EP nz" 5 'fl 1. , n, if .T -..QQ '5' E u. Y filg- onnnu 1 CS Today's Navy is a high-tech organi- zation ready to respond to a crisis anywhere in the world. As the Navy continues to advance in areas of tech- nology, Signalmen keep alive the tra- ditional skills ofthe seafarer of yester- year. They communicate visually with the time tested method of signal flags, flashing lights and semaphore to send naval messages to other ships. ln other areas of high technology, Sig- nalmen use high-powered optics and sensitive Chemical Warfare Direction- al devices to meet today's warfare re- quirements. "Sigs" also assist in the safe navigation of Tripoli, by serving as expert lookouts when transiting treacherous waters. They handle all honors and ceremonies at sea and in- mm So if you're looking to catch some rays or need a message sent our quickly, come up to the Signal Bridge on the O6 level. Sending Out Semaphore Messages. KSM5 Gaileyl Www 42COMM l - 'i Tripoli Mme Talley Count 11. Look At That Brass Shmeflf - -y 1, tm N -,., XFN W SM5 Varosky SM5 Fox Dash, Dot, Dot, Dash, Dot. SM1 D. Stevenson SM2 C. Martin SM5 G. Moore SM5 W. Gailey th SMJ5 E. Saucedo SM5 S. Varosky SM5 A. Noble SN M. Palmer Getting The Word Across. COMM45 -.af ui f ,g, ,Af .. l u M 1 4 4 4 1 u a-W IDX M. mmf 15, ig L r N 4 .mf-,eq V A .. M . N . Ly wafi sf ' 9 - ,Ang .,,1 ,. , - ,X i Q' '1?'55f:iiz1L5'ff-.. R '- " ' '13 1 ' W :fs 1 1 1 'ff :QQ fi ' 'fifi'!??Q:3 f 1 1 1' l - '-M F Mg,-2. Mn + grykefzf, wp I "2-Ir"-3 if ' ' -SfX"i?2w ,. +5 mz ?S??B, H li Q 5 WS W 1 x 15 G ' i'5JEf'5:,4I3 ' ,, "tis-I . ?5,i"1:'i,f' ' f' j Q42 154' 532153 1, ,.,.,1, .W -4'f5"TA,'-v' f :.wf- r..,.w.-.15 .,::- . Www. ,ak ,sn LCDR John F. Mehki FIRST LIEUTENAN DEI ARTMENT LTJG S. Taylor LTJCI C. Hancock Deck Ofiicer Fox Division Officer LTJO W. Miller CWO2 L. Gary G Division Officer Ship's Bos'n FIRST The Bos'n pipe, fancy work on the quarterdeck, and a squared away Foc'sle are all symbols long associat- ed with the seafarers. Boatswain's Mates are expert seamen who main- tain and preserve the ship. First Division personnel are respon- sible for maintaining the foc'sle or forecastle, a space equipped for con- trolling the ship's anchors, the paint locker, tool issue rooms and the pres- ervation of the entire starboard side of the ship. They also provide coxs- wains and boat crews for the ship's boats that they maintain, operate and repair. Boat davits, cargo booms and replenishment at sea details, paint- ing, marlinspiking and ground tackle, are all just part of the daily routine of the world's true sailors, the men of First Division. A Joyridel A Perfect Reason To Re-Enlistl 3- . X p 0 i i l v r BMCS W. Stapp BM1 W. Morvay BM2 C, Rggers , t A BMQD. Swain f BMJ . McDonald BM5 A Pitts BM5 F. Obregon 46 DECK -.-y - b Wig, V SH M. Benton SPI D. Terherst SA D- H-Hmleff It 4- JY?" I-, Anchors Take Showers Too. Away The Starboard Moto, Whale Boat Old Navy. Couldn't Have More Fun. NN. .ev 'Y' . A SA F. Angotti SA S. Truskol SA R. Sharrow SN D. Shelby SA A. Cordova 1 DECK 47 W' X'-3' SECCND From stem to stern, from port to starboard, when it comes to seasoned sailors, the Boatswain's Mates and seamen of Second Division are sec- ond to none. These dedicated individuals are re- sponsible for the maintenance of the fantail and the preservation of the en- tire port side of the ship. They are also trusted with the upkeep and safe usage of the after vehicle stowage area. They maintain, operate and re- pair the ship's heavy rigging equip- ment, cranes, and winches. Unrep- ping, deck seamanship, and the daily duties of Second Division are part of what keeps Tripoli at her best. After That Section, Start Your EMI! At Least I Look Busy! BM1 H. Jones BM2 R. Holloway in ig! 48 DECK vw an BM2 o. Ludwig BM2 L. Gibson BM5 D. 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The FCs maintain and operate the Close-In Weapons System QCIWSJ and the Ba- sic Point Defense Surface Missile Sys- tem KBPDSMSJ. During the ship's last competitive cycle, the Fire Control- men of Fox Division received the Bat- tle Efficiency Excellence Award. ln addition to maintaining all their high tech equipment, the men of Fox Division find time for other activities not so technical. Field days, unreps, sea details, zone inspections and long watches are all apart of the everyday routine. Trusty Shellbacks one and all, Tripoli's Fire Controlmen place ordnance on target! lg? 'l -,. , . -fi -es-n..- C taxi-,fa .., t , - - ' -br Showing The Stars And Stripes Of The BPDSMS! Making The Finishing Touches On The Sea Sparrow. fffi' N-...-:.-f ll' DE K 55 my Gunnery division consists of eight Gunners Mates QGMGD and seven avi- ation ordnancemen CAOJ. The Gunners Mates are responsible for the maintenance and operation of the ship's 5"f50 gun mount, 25mm chain gun and .50 caliberfM60 ma- chine guns and various small arms. They also conduct scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on five ammunition magazines and their re- lated sprinkler systems. The Aviation Ordnancernen are re- sponsible for the suppo-rt,-of the Ma- rine and Navy embarked-squadrons, including the breakout, strike up, build up and loadingfdoum loading of aviation associated ordnance. Senior AOs act as flight ordnance safety ob- servers during all flightdeck ord- nance handling and loading evolu- tions. Both AOs and GMGSY conduct small arms training and qualifications for the ship's crew. During Operation Desert Storm, G- division played a significant role in the success of Tripoli's operations. The Gunners mates conducted 50 gun exercises utilizing all of Tripoli's defensive capabilities, and provided training to the Marine Augmentation Force used in manning the .50 caliber and M60 machine gun stations. The AOs built up four sidewinders anti air- craft missiles, 170 2.75 inch "Mighty Mouse" Rockets, 16 five inch "ZUNl" rockets, 140,000 rounds of 20mm and approximately 4,000 rounds of chaff and flares. As a division, they conducted 50 ammunition transfers involving over 650 tons of ammuni- tion in support of Operation Desert Stomfr forces. G-DI VISI O AO1 D. Ramsey GMG1 R. Sexton GMG1 L. Williams AO1 K. Green AO2 D. Witt A02 G. Avila l GMC w. Werley 54 DECK -li? .- 51' 'X' E., V all Showing The Accuracy Of The Chain Gun. fGMG.'5 Cookj -4 , "x"f GN "il,-: ...Aki- 9,- 1 ' gg- The Gun Mount Crew Of C51 I GM1 Sexton Works Out 50 Cal Machine Gun. 25mm Chain Gun Displays Its Power. I Y 4 I i Y 4 5 fbhafl ,- .sl N s -1--....,1.,,.-,...f-A GMG5 P. Astwood GMQ5 5, Howard GMG5 J. 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EAO4 maintains the ship's 85-ton air conditioning and refrigeration sys- tems, the scullery and laundry equip- ment as well as the heating, cooling and compressed air systems. The maintenance of the emergency diesel generators, diesel motors and ship's low and high pressure air com- pressors and systems is perfonned by EA07. They also take care of the salt water pumps for firefighting and flush- ing water. EAO9 has the capability to manu- facture repair parts by using installed lathes, hydraulic presses, saws and other metal machining equipment. l-lot Stuff!!! MMC R Sanders MMC R. Amiling EN1 M. Tyson MM1 E Mondala EN1 J Myers I MM1 D Hughes MM2 B. Davis MM2 R. Pottenger MR2 F Delacruz MM2 J Wyatt 1 1 H '97 15? f Y! i ,. A -3 Lf, ' M. rr' NN :u,,,7,.., 'v x. n x . E ., , - -A 3 2 av V A, .. ....pnur"' iff " Xb' Y XM. QL Q,Q14'.2g "' 'iilifl Lf 1 rl wr Lam fqm ' "U 4,,,:m:V.1 .w - w - l x wk I. K, , wig' 8 l- ,1 X 4 ,2 y 141' W. svli, f y 5 1 F1-1 ..., G 1 Ji W-, . . 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Jia' V Q , R ' N t- .Sf wg . - Q., .f .0 x.,f 'ff' ' mf .F A . , N? X lawn -, 57 i EMC D. Encinas ICC R. Murphy IC1 J. Lovelett IC1 D. Johnson IC2 A. Servantes EM1 B. Delarosa EM1 R. Sanmiguel EM2 D. Norberg The EM's Are Piecing To- gether A Motor. The lC's Are Preparing A Cirowler. ICC Murphy Testing Circuit- E-DIVISIO The operation and repair of the ship's electric powerplant and electrical equip- ment is the responsibility of Electrician's Mate QEMSJ. They also maintain and repair power and lighting circuits, distribution switchboards, motors, generators, and other electrical systems and equipment. The duties of the Interior Communica- tions Electrician are to operate and repair electronic devices used in the ship's public address systems, telephone Systems, elec- tronic megaphones, and other announcing systems. They are also responsible for the gyrocompass systems, and the ship's alarm, indicator and warning systems. IT' E G 65 ffrjv X--n , 5 I X 1 .- 3 1'-QALQA The continuous operation, troubleshooting and repair of the many engines, compressors and gears aboard the ship is the responsibility of the Machinists Mate. They maintain and operate the refrigeration, air-condition ing and gas operated equipment aboard the ship. ln particular, MMs are responsible for the ship's steam propulsion and auxiliary equipment and the out- side Cdeckl machinery. MMs also pen'orm duties in the manufac- ture, storage and transfer of in- dustnal gases. M -DI VISI O i The "Ins And Outs" Of Main Control. MMC R. Bartolome MM1 H. Workman MM1 S. Cavitt MM2 D. Waite MM2 J. Schweitzer MM2 R. Jenkins MM2 W. 66 ENG ui i i CR WN 1. f GN Q i . l Morris MM2 T. Morrow A?" qi ? U , , 5' M, N .,' W ," ' 1 43 'n 'll ... 411 'u ,'.,f. i 'o ', r I . ' C ,W ,Q ...vi xip . JP' , 'R 1 J n Q' 1 J nf. J ---A Q, , I ,X . rdf 'v . If -. v-f 4 .5 I if P N V DC5 Parlow Demonstrates The "Jaws Of Life! " R-DIVISIO Made up ofworkcenters ERO1, ERO4 and ERO9. All welding and brazing operations to the ships hull and piping systems and the maintenance to the ship's sewage sys- tem is performed by ERO1. ERO4 is responsible for the fixed, high capacity, CO2 and Halon firefighting equip- ment. They also maintain the ship's CBR equipment. Workcenter ERO9 is responsible for the training of all divisional damage control petty officers and perform maintenance on firestations, portable CO2 and PKP Bottles. They also maintain the ship's ventilation system. Also attached to the Repair Division is Tripoli's Trouble Call Team. Consisting of one Electrician, Two Hull Technicians, and 4 one AC8rR Technician, they perform minor electrical, plumbing, airconditioning and galley equipment repairs. A l I V it Douglas Demonstrates The Importance Of The DC Rate. DCC J. Carter DC1 D. Ingram f HT1 H. Stephens HT1 A. Goldstein DC1 T. Marable DC2 J. Douglas HT2 J. Magee all Gif V , E' E 69 1 4 9 m 5 --.gg -r., av Q A 4 sf x v "'lfl'.., ' Ei Y ' 1 0 pw 0 gh Q ,1 is y x Lim' - 1 W 9 zler QV J, ,- ix . ,R F , ..,. , X- 6 , .D ZZ'-S'-. 'IL , 1. ,f Cf ff f 3 4 -1. ,-.. .qv ff: '1 ' . -n-.awful 4.1. ' H. '-H.. . 'S Wig:-if 5 uh L- if nn' X 1,515 , 1 MEDICAL '1 Y!! HMCS S Bowers HM1 S. Plunkett One of Tripoli's secondary missions is to serve as a second echelon casu- alty receiving and treatment center. The medical facilities include two Op- erating Rooms, a Blood Bank, X-ray capabilities with a two bed General Ward with a 12- bed overflow ward. Emergency services include an Inten- sive Care Unit, an Isolation Ward and five Battle Dressing Stations CBDS'sJ dispersed throughout the ship. In support of helicopter operations the flight deck l5DS's are manned by three Corpsmen specially trained for any medical emergency and the safe transport and care of medevac pa- tients. The Medical Department is com- prised of workcenters that ensure the job gets done: Health Records main- tains all records and performs the ad- ministrative functions of the depart- ment as well as assuring that the re- quirements of periodic health main- tenance are met, Supply manages the appropriation and storage of medical supplies needed for ship's company, embarked troops, and possible vic- tims of natural disasters: Preventive Medicine inspects all incoming water and food sources, performs periodic health and sanitation inspections and heads numerous occupational health programs to promote shipboard safe- ty. The Tripoli's Medical Department proudly supports the missions of the "Famous Fighting Ship", working by the motto "Charlie Golf One" fStand- ing by ready to assistl. HM5 Eskew Holds A Clinic On CPR. Cgfpsmen Stands By, And Takes Notes As The Medical Officer Oper ates. ,til , MED 75 DENTAL Lieutenant Commander JOhI'1 W. MHStCI'S Dental Officer Warships require a crew in good health ready to carry out their mis- sion at a moments notice. The Dental Department is vital to maintaining this high state of readiness. The de- partment's mission is to prevent and remedy problems associated with the teeth and jaws. The "Cavity Busters" perform the endless job of caring for the myriad of dental needs for the crew, embarked units and escort ships. , Tripoli's Dental Department is equipped two operating rooms an X- ray machine and prosthetic laborato- ry equipment. Additionally, fiber opti- cally lighted handtools, sonic scaling equipment and the latest in state of the art dentistry are available. Along with their day to day duties, dental personnel serve an important role in the treatment of casualties. They assist the Medical Department in the care of the sick and injured during emergencies. 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V -..f,-.,,fa,, A , t 4, r . ff' - , A- A X rt' ost ,ghiif safety, skillful na vigation wh ile sailing from port to port, constantifigi: lance for ships and natural obstacles, and reliable communications with other vessels and shore stations are the responsibility of the quartermas- ter.,f' .t e a at They update all nautical chartsiand. publications, keep the ship 's deck, position and magnetic compass logs, and maintain and operate navigation- araids. A full day's work includes ce- lestial navigation to backup electronic data fixes, steering the ship through hazardous waters, plotting courses and commanding small craft. QMS as- sist the navigator and the oflicer of the deck by showing them the way to go. Tripoli 's quartemvasters are con- sidered to be the best helmsman and alter steering helmsman on the ship. Asn: 1, 1- ' ' 'YW,z51?QZ, A gr ,. 3, AG' 51 i ,pnnvv dbh warm V, :mf 'QI ug It 42212 5 sity A J t . 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'57, . go If ' -1 , Q -v If N - .4 I 4: 455 4'-- 1. ., - Jn f: 4 "-- 4, - 3 Y 'rx-.:, ap--.-2 12.43 ' fijfizyi . y r,- hn V Lg 5 - -, ,,3i,,.:.4asN . A, V P . .f - 'H-fy ,J 1 ' Y 1 r 42 ' 'gtk' ' BQ. ' 'i-Y.: 914' iV.:"-fit!!! , .- ,-P'Q"N'- N A X, -'Q .1 ! W' AM in iv BU '1- I 5 Hills! A is -Him uf If ' FINA 153:3- 8 . me., , DIVISIC The Aerographer's Mates KAGSJ are Tripoli's "weather gang." They pro- vide a full range of meteorological, acoustic, and oceanographic informa- tion to embarked commanders, staffs, and aviators. Their products include surface weather analysis, upper .air observations, forecasts, seaiianci swell conditions, and g climatoliogical it infor- mation used in the planning and ex- ecution of amphibious operations. Their mission goes on to include aviation weather information and briefings in support of vertical envel- opment of troops and supplies, and oceanographic data for mine counter- measure operations. A05 Whitney Tearing l 1 . i AGC D. Girdner AG1 D. R. Persiani AG1 D. Selner AG2 R. Martinez AG5 C. Santos AG5 J. Wood AG5 C. Whitney AGAPI J. Patrick AGAIY D. Hall i T i I I I 1 1 l l E E Teletype. Maturing Cumulonimbus E! 5 f .xx 80 OPS 15-3-5" 'f GN --- ----- s , ai AOAlY Patrick taking a weather ob. ada' A05 Santos and A05 Wood working with weather equipment. 4,r- NQQ' .,. A01 Persiani and A05 Wood taking Swell obs. '.-2 A01 Persiani analyzing a weather chart -pw-.AM . I 112' "5 givin - XX , W 619 fx O ' A M ' 4 61236 lNQNla D-iemvxwq' OPS 81 UCI' i ACC J. Prothero AC1 R. Minix AC5 D. Barrett AC5 M. Gomez ACAA 5, Para V St: if A dwg V, , . , if T L 1-.::: MH55-Echo Navy Work Horse. AC5 Barrett Preparing For Brief OPS Boss At The Controls In HDC. 82 OPS 'VI ..,, QN- 4,,f-. .JW The primary mission of OC Division is to provide safe, orderly, and expedi- tious movement of aircraft within Tripoli's airspace. All Air Traffic Con- trollers are graduates of the Navy's Air Traffic School, a three month course that teaches Federal Aviation Administration rules, aviation weath- er, and provides new controllers with practical experience in radar and tower control positions. Onboard Tripoli, ACS work in the Air Operations Control Centerjrleli- copter Direction Center tl-IDCJ. They provide prellight planning briefs, ra- as dar arrival and departure control, am- phibious assault control, and preci- sion radar control of aircraft landing in bad weather. During Operation Desert Storm, OC Division assumed responsibility for the majority of airspace within the North Arabian Gulf. They provided lo- gistics support, tactical air coordina- tion of mine countermeasures, sur- facefair surveillance coverage, naval gunfire coordination, search and res- cue, and medevac support to all coali- tion force aircraft and surface vessels. GE XX, l Cue GGG Q ,Visio ,Wm 'QM Q a . Q an Q fm-3 X OE Div. E T2 Hood Working On AR SPH-4 7. ETCS W. Francia ETC L. Williams ET1 M. Grant ET1 T. Smith OE DIVISION is comprised of highly technically trained and professional individuals. These men perfonn cor- rective and preventative maintenance on a wide variety of electronic equip- ment. This equipment includes air and surface search radars, high fre- quency 4I'IFb, very high frequency QVHFJ, and ultra high frequency CUHFJ receivers and transmitters, secure voice equipment, satellite communi- cations, electronic and satellite navi- gation equipment, electronic identifi- cation equipment, electronic meteo- rology Iweatherb equipment, general purpose test equipment, and radar display and distribution systems. OE Division is also responsible for the shipboard personal electronic safety program, mast antenna sys- tems, and electromagnetic radiation hazard safety awareness. The Elec- tronics Technicians ofthe USS TRIP- OLI ensure that the ship has long range detection capabilities, and is able to speak to the fleet and the world. They have but one motto, "YOU BREAK IT, WE FIX IT." WJ' X:-,v ET 1 S. Moscaynski ET2 C. Anderson Q S r F Q-'fm W 'J Q x 1 -Q.. 91 , W,- 'ftigl 2,2-c VA f X ' f ,..,A, v 4-. .-:Z -N. I. , - 2- , ..- v ' 2 . 5, , V v , . ,ff 1 3 J yn ,I . ' " rl , ps In - . I 'Cl :Z-,A -ff fn' f .1 mf: . , .4 .. 1 I DIVISIC The primary function of Ol Division is to gather, process, display, evalu- ate, and disseminate all tactical infor- mation that is pertinent to the ship and any embarked staff. To that end Ol Division mans the Combat Infor- mation Center twenty four hours a day while underway and with the aid and assistance of OW, OE Division, Deck Department, Communications Dept. and the Joint Intelligence Cen- ter IJICJ, maintain a three hundred and sixty degree, twenty mile surface and one hundred mileair picture, de- tecting, tracking, and identifying all ra- dar contacts. T Ol Division in its role of assisting the Command and Control function of :he ship, maintains an accurate navi- gational plot, provides evaluation of all surface and air contacts for use on he bridge, for the Tactical Air Officer, md for embarked staff. What's Our Course And Speed? OSC P. Jennings OS1 C. Vaughn O51 A. Esquibel . O52 D. Lees Iv 86 OPS -..y 1- Wuxi- BN X1 I 1-.:'.-"'f : I C 11?-!5'4"ii?f 1" l i t x ., r,,.. q .iil ' bl .ttctrrtrr ttttu,r t M I 4 t - I Qelllum, teflf ' 1 A ,.,,, -. I I. In Ii ii I IL If I gl V O52 R. Rogers O52 L. Bishop OS2 D. Pan 3 I . I I I I I I I I , . I s 1 X 17' I1- v This Is Not A Game! KOS5 Moore! Plow This Is How It Is Done. tO51 Esquibelj AlYf5FA-25 Radar Repeater. "Let 's 5ee What's Out There! ..-f ' :ff a""5 f"'N fy I 'S' wa wi O55 J. Shellem O55 R. McDaniel O55 K. Schroeder O52 R. Falls O55 K. Bennett ' OPS 87 W Xa' D Reaching For My Future! I Would Wrather Be Smashing Rocks On A Chain Gang!!! Wm '..-:S o55 K. meme O55 R. Allen O55 D. Moore O55 D Calderon 88 GPS --' EN-1 , , 1 f M 1 fx X Wm r1"' I I W l l KE! . , S we - ' Q , W I ,. Q mmm g W N 9 , mxmww-fl rw-if 'I 1 ' f 5 .L 'W ,Q ABQ O KM i F fi' :zrmgl Q r' U" 'WN ' H , Q :H ff ' 'Q K 4 K ' L Q A X l W 1 N , x ,X W M 8 5 Q. Q N 3' To ? AA! mv, W fr at ,.. 44" A RW. w nv' , emjliz W9 The More l Wipe, The Larger The Spot Gets?! KOSSN Berensonl See How Happy A Little Free Time Makes You? IOS5 Calderon! N OSSH R. Stockbridge OSSIY R. Kyle OSSIY C. Bakker OSSA G. Grogan OSSH J. Fisher OSSN M. Berenson OSSA T. Hicks OSSN J. Hawk OPS 89 ffrjv X:-n-, EW5 T onjes Checks PMS Card. YA-fx 4 --f - 1 Sig- ! ...- V' Operations Warfare Division is manned by Electronic Warfare Techni- cians KEWSJ and Photographer's Mates QPHSD. EWS intercept and process radio and radar signals, using the SLQ- 52lVl5. They determine the type, function, and identity of the platform radiating those signals. lf the signal is determined a threat to the Tripoli, they can take appropriate actions to counter the threat. The PI-l's primary mission is Photo Intelligence. They photograph actual and simulated battle operations, and make records of historic and news- worthy events for the Navy. They ex- pose and process light-sensitive nega- tives and positives, maintain cam- eras, related equipment, photo files and records. They also take pictures of ceremonies and award presenta- tions held on the ship. Many of the pictures in this cruise book have been processed by the Tripoli's PHS. ff I Ewc D. Kaatz EW1 D. Weller EW2 H. Stroud E W2 P. 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Additionally, it is responsible for maintain- ing financial records which include the ship's operating budget as well as all of the material in the storerooms. All of this infor- mation is submitted to the type command- er in report format on a monthly basis. Type, Type, Type. ls That All You Guys Do? . E 5- it P? iffy, if K - : ig gr-1,1-,-,vmw fbi . V - f L1 'QSB1-17::1,5m,yr-fv,v f-A--:-'f-whtfnwxnnms cmfzf 5, D -N 'ji nm, , il?" SKCS B. Medina SK1 R. Dizon SK2 C. Manning SK2 C. Cudal SK5 D. Miguel SK5 T. Mawn - DIVISIO During the USS Tripoli's historic transit, the Food Service Division stood among the best in service to the crew. S-2 Division provided service to sooth the savage beast, providing fresh baked breads, breakfast pastries, and other confectionery delights daily, hot meals four times daily to as many as 1800 sailors and embarked marines. ln addition, they also provide "pig-out" extravaganzas such as nacho night, pizza nights and ice cream socials. S-2 Division made history by providing 'lMother Ship" food service provision support to all MCM units operating in the North Arabian Gulf, including ships from allied nations. Our Chief Petty Officers Mess provides tantalizing meals to all Chief Petty Officers and embarked Gunnery Sergeants. Food Service Division's night crew ensures night watch personnel are served quality hot meals. l a -is A, This Ain 't No Bologna. MSC E. Balolong MSC F. Delara 'vi'-.. ' . , Baking ls An Art! li' M51 G. Catalan M51 E. Velasquez M52 W. Baldado M52 L. Sherman .., 3' - mb, aff P , S B - -1 45 fag" - QQ Vs. '3T"3Exia.I': A " '2f'f.u vfilif ll!! ?SS1,::,f . i2Ic?E' :ggi ,M . . D 4. fm - .1.-.fz:.wQ:,-.rm-' Y' . iw Q. -- Q? , ' -1 'Inp- 5234526 I V 'ig ' .RE f Alain! 15-,L 1 iw firm. f 7:1- " WU. be rgfud I i r e l - DIVISIC The Sales and Services Division has lived up to their motto, "Service to the Fleet". During Operations Desert ShieldfStorm and the following months of Mine Counter Measure Op- erations, the division provided laun- dry, barber and ship's store services to Tnpoli crew members, U.S. Mines- weeping and E2.0.D. vessels in the Per- sian Gulf. S-5 Division washed over 100,000 pounds of clothing and bedding using the ship's laundry facilities. They pro- vided over 9,000 haircuts, sold close to S700,000.00 worth of merchandise in the ship's store, and sold a phe- nomenal half a million cans of soda. S-3 Division is a vital and important part of the "Tripoli Team" and proud to serve the crew of l'Amenca's Finest Amphib". Give Me A Bottle Of Anything And A Jelly Doughnut, TO GO!!!! 4 Just A Little Off The Top. ls 98 SUPP 1 'R -,' ', YAim,, vs. SHCS I. Encabo ' ,lrnp One For You, And Three For Me! SH1 K. Biermeier S112 D. Frazier SH5 L. Overton SH5 J. Schneider Senior Chief Encabo. LTJG Iuculano Have A Coke And A Smile. ' SW! SH1 G. Castillo l :I . E ,. , W .K . .. Z .N I W uk 1. , SH2 F. Schaffer i 5115 T. Thomas SHSIY A. Grosso SHSA M. Hannis E "Smokin Joe" SUPP 99 - DIVISIO This division is best knovm as the l'Wardroom". They provide messing and berthing for ship's company offi- cers and embarked helicopter groups, mine countenneasure groups and allied forces. Mess Specialists and Food service attendants assigned were responsible for daily maintenance of over 150 spaces and staterooms. They accom- modated over 1100 vip's, officers, pi- lots, DOD personnel, news casters, and civilian government employees tel" in the North Arabian Gulf. The USS Tripoli was the "Floating I-107 If You Want To Cry, Stand Next To Me' Labotomization lsn 't So Bad After All. It s Only A Tomato 100 SUPP K A ., .V ' YN . fx -5, u, Li! 1: 1 f- Q . Je X . 4 , H x ,,,..- ' ' N '14 .2 Ze: X '44 V Tw "'..':.-....".:.."' ,fvf r, v,-. 1 . Q, Lv ,Kg- Nbr iv 1: ,o fcplxx 1,79 A Q. v . f? I um, ,- 1 Pb far " -5 - X 1-M1 .u QT' -S-, x ,, ,, -fffux 'N Ji. 6 ,, , ,x sk. may .,g1aE-Q. fb- A at I ,if 1 sf? -f -f DIVISION Responsible for receiving, stowing, and issuing of aviation and general supplies. They manage a total of fif- teen storerooms. The division was also responsible for the logistic support of other ships in the North Arabian Gulf during Op- eration Desert Storm. They received and transferred over 50 tons of cargo, screened close to a thousand Urgent Material Requests of surface require- ments and 800 Aviation Logistic Lat- eral Support. They established the over the counter SEAMART to assist customers in obtaining administrative supply requirements expeditiously. In a five month period, a total of 210 requests forover 800 line items were satisfied. They audited over 40 thou- sand locations and corrected all dis- crepancies. S-6 Division also expe- dites CASREPfNMCSf PMCS and oth- er high priority requirements. AKC J. Cruz AK1 S. Masangkay AK1 M. Zufelt AK2 E. Tsosie No! This Box ls Not For You! No. I Am Hot Making A Long Distance Phone Call! LL. 102 SUPP 'sin-ff XJ ui 'N g M Yi-VAN ... AX . SK2 R. Devin SK2 M. Viana AK2 T. Clarkson AK2 J. Osorio SK2 S. Sowers AKAIY P. Flores AKAIY M. Aguilus AKAIY J. Gateas AKAA J. Hodge X. ,dui X 1 1 X ,..-f""' aj - , 1 - si 9x Hear Ho Evil! Yeah Baby! I Want To Hear Your Fantasy. Don 't Bother Me, Unless You Have The Answer! SUPP 105 ffl JV xy-up wi f'fEJiwz?'G Q' if 4 .- , . QW, x ,xqffiiis-b , . 14,741 Qi, 'jig S+ s I ' A nz- 4. L X., ' X- K L.- W N x SKC J, Garcia SK2 G. Arcangel SK2 J. T iu ' A 4 - 'uv-. I 'E?ff',N,' ,A WW lright! Too Much Paper Work Don't Rush Me. lt's All , y There! .hp i. DKCS D. Juco DK5 B. Cone l S-8 DIVISION Provide a variety ofsenfices in order to keep the ship's supply system ac- curate and updated. They routinely perform required stock reviews for depth, range gross inventory adjust- ments, and effectiveness. They redis- tribute assets on order and aboard, validate the ship's inventory, and pro- cess unmatched expenditures. ln addition, the division monitors and initiates actions to ensure the an- nual inventory schedule is met. They monitor the ship's store inventory and pricing procedures and Tripoli's shelflife program and they investigate any discrepancies found during stock inventories. The S-8 Division, the quality assurance people, are ready to provide service to the crew 24 hours a day. S-4 DIVISICN Disbursing is near and dear to ev- eryone's heart. ln addition to provid- ing regular pay services to the crew, the Disbursing Clerks made sure that Tripoli received all of the extras dur- ing deployment. Tax exclusions, im- minent danger pay, and family sepa- ration allowances made being away from home a little less painful. S-4 also served all of the other MCM units as well as countless transients will in the Persian Ciulf. 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The foun- dation's maritime power was main- tained by the Navy-Marine Corps team, whose inherent flexibility and sustainability paved the way for the U.S.-led allied air and ground forces, and subsequently, the way to victory. At the time of the invasion, the Navy-Marine Corps team, a presence in the region since 1949, was already on station and immediately placed on alert. Two carrier battle groups raced from the Indian Ocean and Eastem Mediterranean to take up strategic po- sitions in the Gulf of Oman and Red Sea. On Aug. 8, President Bush ordered the deployment of U.S. Armed Forces and equipment to the Middle East. Military ties with friendly Arab states allowed for quick introduction of U.S. ground and air forces into Saudi Ara- bia and other Gulf states early in the crisis. Maritime superiority afforded the U.S. to undertake the largest stra- tegic sealift of supplies in history, with more than 250 ships carrying nearly 18.5 billion pounds of supplies and equipment to strengthen Desert ShieldfStorm forces. On Aug. 22, 1990, President Bush issued the first executive order autho- nzing the call up of 50,000 men and USS Missouri IBB! Blasts Away, Shooting Its' 16 " Guns, With One Ton Projectiles On Iraqi Land. women of the Selective Reserves to active duty. More than 21,000 naval reservists and 51,000 Marine Corps reservists were called up to join ac- tive-duty units in and around the Ara- bian Gulf, and to fill critical military support positions caused by regular active-duty deployment to the Middle East. Multinational intercept operations begin challenging ships going to or from lraq and Kuwait. In separate inci- dents, USS Reid and USS Robert G. Bradley fire waming shots across the bows of two Iraqi oil tankers leaving the Persian Gulf. Boarding teams be- gin boarding and seizing Iraqi freight- ers and supply ships, inflicting and sustaining U.N. Security council trade sanctions against Saddam's econom- ic lifeline. Naval aviation soared smack into the eye of Desert Storm as pilots, air- crews and support personnel launched part of the most powerful and successful air assault in the histo- ry of modem warfare. The massive de- ployment of troops, coupled with Sad- dam's defiance of diplomatic efforts to solve the crisis, manifested itself in a fiery shower of bombs and missiles over Baghdad in the early moming hours ofJan. 17. Over 1,000 Navy and Marine corps aircraft joined the U.S. Air Force, Army and their coalition partners, to knock out the eyes, ears and brains of the Iraqi military ma- chine. ln a blitz led by more than 100 Tomahawk cruise missiles fired from l l . l r Y l I l l l l One Of Many Iraqi Oil Wells Set On Fire. 3 l A Y S X Q1 ,1 1 7 W. nine Navy ships in the Persian Gulf and Red Sea, wave after wave of coali- tion aircraft began hammering strate- gic targets inside lraq and Kuwait, sig- naling the start of the offensive com- bat operations. Plot counting missiles, allied air forces dropped nearly 100,000 tons of ordnance on the bat- tlelield. An impressive and successful ground offensive, an assault that saw allied forces sweep through Iraqi de- fenses in blitzkrieg fashion, left bum- ing tanks, empty bunkers and U.S. flags in their wake. Under the direc- tion of General Schwarzkopf, Marines and their coalition partners served early and deadly notice to the Iraqi army, which had been described as Helite," "battle-hardened" and ranked as the fourth-largest in the world. The Iraqi attacks and defenses were beaten back by barrages of artil- lery fire, tube launched missiles, rock- et fire and cluster bombs. The allied push into Kuwait and Southem Iraq was made easier by the amphibious forces on station in the Persian Gulf. Their presence alone forced tens of thousands of Saddam's troops to maintain positions along the Kuwaiti coastline to defend against an attack from the sea that never came. Iraqis, it seemed were convinced that the battle would be joined at the center of their defensive lines along the Saudi- Kuwaiti border, as well as by an am- phibious assault. Under the cover of a cold rain and the thick smoke from Another One Of EODS' Successful Termmatronsl SH Meza And'BM5 Are Always On The Watch For Mines Dunng General Quarters Q ' Y Q' xi-5' Q5'-F. -Q 54. .i t , LN 1 ., I L "Jan, W P", , ' um., ,' ' J... Z W 'I-I.. :- y I fl? J' I -,L f ft"-'serif' N 4. 1 eg , ,,-. , the so-called Vietnam Syndrome to rest. The result was a groundswell of patriotism that swept across the land, galvanizing support for the troops. There were marches, rallies and spe- cial songs. The colors of patriotism were red, white, blue and yellow. As far as the eye could see, America was bursting with color and activity. This encouragement kept the troop mo- rale high and allowed a confidence to emerge, enabling the mission to be completed without obstacles other than the Iraqi forces. Once again, sail- ors and Marines - active duty and re- serves, warriors and families - proved they can stand together to do the job they were trained for. And this time, the American public stood proudly with them. piers, tarmacs and parade fields across the nation in a frenzy of cham- pagne-and-roses welcomes for wave after wave of America's retuming war heroes. Crowds toting signs, ribbons, banners and drums joined high school marching bands, expectant mothers and joyful fathers in greeting the awestruck warriors. For sailors and Marines of the United States' sea- power team, this homecoming will never be forgotten. When all is said and done, America and her allies proved that freedom was worth fighting for. The powerful alliance showed Iraq and the world that brutality and terrorism were two qualities that would not be tolerated. Less than seven months after the Iraqi invasion, Kuwait was once again free. ' Thousands of flag-bearing, cheer- ing families and friends crowded onto I . A HM-14 In Stand-by. Abandoned Iraqi Tank. US 'Marines Executing Chemical Warfare Drills Q ' ,L iff. T' -Liv 2221 ' ft? 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US A sam crashes g Fred Sea Here are Izeijs in the gulf war past Z4 ours as USA TODAY and Times are Eastern Ti?f1e!SUaadi Arabic: Tuesday 2:30 am, f 26:30 am Camity report: iraq iran it has suderefi mme thang 28,000 dead, 60,000 ,woundedq newspaper says Q ,,,,, Saad? 5 Saudi lets destroy ' ZZTQRS Arabia iraqi a.m.f1:50 pm. Iraqi war claims iraq mfs anim had mmm out 65 more air attacks on civilian targem. 3:45 am. X 4:45 pm. 15.5, shelling US. Marines shelied Iraqi targem in occu- pied Kawai! with heavy artil- lery for second day. dent Bush proposal to shim" of ELS. fm' ending the Maxam X 8 pm. Seed attack: iraq tres a Send missile at Israel: ns inju-Q ries are rewrted. Q-.J Of y hav warshi Saudi Arabia -M Onea the two U.Sg warships damam I mines Eeiarzdsxy may have been Q fmt victim in the Persian Gulf of Qevicethaigawoffwhenavm simply frames hy, military official The Navy said seven sailors wel isjured, four in a pm-dawn blast th: rippedahoieintheizuiiofthehaiieeq ies' assauii carrier UN Tripoli, aa: three in assother explosiem tha damaged me mimile cruiser UE Marine Brig, Gm, Richard Nm said me appamntw bit a Hem iag Contact mine, He said early ind catinrzs wew that the Frinoewn, gm QS ihe NSVYSS Aemswiype cruisers, We daznagw by an :nm heczarme "sxsrgzr4sir1gly, ttlerve is -15 miie." 4 if the appeararwe af ffixefiizesaw' mines wouid 8331823052 of the Iraqi mine We www rimmed be lie an imttefm and exwode whma by sound, water pleasure new HYCSSCHUS1 of knovm to have been hmmm naval Navy fmm cmws me Thing elsef' an member said. " e device caused got my flash gear and my rub- duckieandjustmhopedforthe "one crewman said The explosions occurred 2111 hours about 10 miles apart in the north- Gulf, where an amphibious force some 15,000 Marines is prepar- for the posibility of an assault Iraqi-held Kuwait The 18,000-ton Tripoli, based in San carries minesweeping Navy 'l'he Princeton, from Calif., and equipped with and missile system, has been surveillance duty. The 4:30 aan blast off Kuwait a ltiby-20-foot hole 10 feet the Tripoliis waterline. flooding and leaving the ship in the water. Work crews shared up the hole in forward starboard section of the and pumped out water. was the first mine damage to in the Gulf since allied forces building up their navies in the in :worse to lraq's Aug. 2 of Kuwait. Since then. allied have found and dwtroyed than 80 contact mines. the 8-year Iraq-Iran wer, aides planted contact in Gulf, and the devices damaged or many slaps. Senior U.St naval officers said in that as many as 200 mmm stillbeinthenorthernGulf. US mllitarysoumessaythey Iraqlsonceagainusingmines the more than 100 coalition hithewaterway. 'l'1'iP0li. built in me was nit nearthebowandofficers feanedoneortwocrewnm overboand.Neaisaid.All -- omclal says. 2:21 p.m.li0:21 p.m. Iraqi casualties: Allied air has indicted hor- casualties and many wounded have proba- throum inadequate US. military says. I 12:07 a.rn.3taday NWI! me Sad- 'A 1' . i Y I . x Z5'ft""3 ' 4 1, l , X .P . . W- Q ...pn , J.:-I H V- - .. .4.:'ar.:f:' f Q 4 V aljj The Associated A U.S. diver plunges into the Gulf to assess the damage to the USS Tripoli, which triggered a mine. l the approximately 800 men later were accounted for. The ship remained "fully mission capable" after repairs, Neal said. Naval sources, who spoke on condi- tion of anonymity, said they woaid not rule out a contact mine, but suggwted the damage was more like that caused by a mine exploding under- neath the ship. Four Tripoli sailors were treated on board for minor injuries. The Prin- cei:.on's three injured crewmea were evacuated to a British vmel for treatment. One was listed in serious condition and the others were in gene conifion, is Ken Cronin said. Military officials said Saudi, British and U.S. minesweepere have begun clearing suspected minefields in the northem Gulf. The sources wid the vwels, built mainly of wood or plas- tic to avoid damage by magnetic minw, are concentrating on areas that might be crucial to any amphibi- ous landing. ' dam Hussein is calm and con- hdent but has lost weight, says Soviet Middle East expert who met him last week. 4:36 p.m.1l2:36 a.m. Offer in Baghdad: Aziz re- turns to Baghdad with Soviet peace plan. . 4:38 p.m.! 12:38 a.m. Fake damage: Defense De- partment accuses Iraq of fak- ing darrmge to a mosque in Basra and denies that allies caused damage. Dispiaoemem: Commissioned: Feb. 11, 1989 USS Princeton . TUHKEY I. .. y,Ig:f?.r.'Ai M 'RAN'i:g.3:1:-1-fzfzl - ' ' wx 4 l missile IRAQ f uwarr . toes full load l K 2 Length' feet SAUD' Persian CVBWZ 358- ARABM :ya I R dh l 4843 miles U.A.E. +100 km USS Tripoli ...J Type.: Amphibious ship Diapiacement1l8,00fOtons, full load Length: 690 feet Crew: Sourggg Jarmg Commissioned: Aug. 6, 1966 Fbhffoo Shes j'7"Zzm 'ff2l6wv.+5 ,Q - I9 f 9, 3 i 4:45 p.m. 1 12:45 a.m. Soviet hopes: 'Soviets say they expect Iraqi foreign min- ister to retum to Moscow to- day and are hoping for a posi- tive reply. 6:21 p.m.! 2:21 a.m. Peace details: Soviet U.N. ambassador tells Security Council that Moscow's peace plan seeks rapid Iraqi pullout from Kuwait with full compli- ance with U.N. resolutions. I-, S J 8:41 p.m.f4.-41 a.m., rank snacks: Allied laI'llfS in have crosed into Kuwait in i l the past two days, reports Say- i E 12:37 a.m. today! 8:37 a.m. p 5 Iraqi diplomacy: Iraqi dep- Q uty prime minister concludes talks on war with Chinese p Premier Li Peng. 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Rcmscm: were biillillllg mul all willful LH the i3f'zzsgxriflmf,f1cl N1 mu A bilullzmia rcl'lm'ricx, flilrlluilzlrl lambs Imac lawn wi lm lin' by ilu' izuqlxf hc mid, zzdxlzug, that Lil lim lirml ul' ilu- lllxfarffsilssl all lzulxlw nt ITIL' ?f:l'izll:1'zl,w umazlll llzlw l'vr:cn aglosc in lull. "I uglsil ws' wily llllzy wmlld do il l,,xi2'2z,,zf ilwjff llswlg lwcvrz flcnfllzzig f:m:ry limp fxxlhmi gmwllmflx Ellty vmllci ggcif will llxl: wuz':,4:. am mel cxculllw. ?'Cil1'lm l.'IK.'SA s wlifut f1,?l'CLllCLNy ill Liu mm isa uw-,lnfrxx Sillilll .AxI'2!hlL5. lim-,l uw Ellflg iraq 32i2.illx'iflt'ii lwu miwsilc llzuTalgn cw wili1iull'1z'vc lmurmal l'lll.1,zlmm, xvVL'NU??'f? military MPLIIKICN said Pairi- lzls alml limm l'wur1uiwril,ts in the first alilarh, 'isrcm wglxlf,-ll agauza agazu al iiilll IQXU ami vs aisle-Mix said all lens! mlm lzsulc llzzlrmis were lz1Lu1cl1cd. ,4Xf"lf:1' daly?wl'czak yu-4lc'x1if,lj,f aix Smlzcix m'czz24cli wwf' Saudi fvzllvizz, An i5Ull4.'!'lk can spoiwasmzra mid all were kzmckccl um Eu PQszx'lulx mr' lull into the GCSUYI Of Elm' limi? 'Half xsnwlxiny vm'I'lJu'l-421220 of flrnffgifilykil,3iJ'l':l+i'1HvL:L,? in lily :idly The gllliw lm lmcll cm me mall day of the wwf, lrzlrlyilzlg mul ellrzkcs on Iraq frum wlllllml 'llurllcy mul new wniang nl flllllxs Irma slew, ngfemyy Q gummnlinag tial: wullwrn iraqi ally ol QZLNYQX zu ax Illiljtll' lvombing mini. ling and lov. lsloud llzxlslpcrcli the zllw lied :lir zlwsull but li US. mililzxry Hflilktfgiillllll will llxc total number of zxliicli scrum in the war lu drivc Iraq Src shl You ing I 8 ed Vi we da the LIFE 3-:ti lm let do we if U fel W mil hal all CU! U15 will th: X13 qu Sc ce I1 23. WUI, R.-X.lfXl4 N. I-ll l wireem V orricinn Aim Drm.:!Ji TCI 776222 3-12595 Al Arn 'fel 6613-131' Dutxzn 'lt-l 2251787 sis talks wail had paved llllllltl. .S. said none ot' ite pltinex were -n yexterdtty. But Bllllllll lm! ts .mmutlo boniber in combat allure flying-opertitionx. bringing to nnber ot' .illietl tnrergitit report down or eruslled. RAP' Air irshail Bill Wvfilllttll Natal: "The vnu the only thing on Sud- lc mel' the pmt lxxotlgiy M Llyx ll llttx xhiti tloxxil tttolk' tallied planet troopx. lllltixx 4lllliiL'l'j. trucltx awry engineering equipment I north ttmatrtlx the Kuxttnli vprepure for gt ground aittttek. itilitury ehielx. tumoux to wt' 'aqi troopx and iginkx tiny into e positionx in .intl .nountl Ku Id ti gltllllltl olleltstxu ttntltl tech am gn. lies acltnoxx letlgetl that Lin' tle' ad not been elnningiteti, Nlili- l political letitlerx in the l' S Lllll served notice that .i long. Ile lay ziheaitl. 1 Armed lforeex Nlinixter Ar tmillon mid allied tin' creme 7 dextroy ing etti'dbourtl tlet oy X .Dl'Seutl niixxile ltiunelierx 5. hm ieportetl .in Nil per eent rate lor ilx xortiex e nit-.ining planes haul reached their deng- 'getx and opened tire. ,e Soxiet nevw agency lntcrtztx m unidenlilietl nieinber ot' the Ieneral Stull' an saying 90 per tll allied air strikes ugziimt Iraq Sedlheirturgets. -vfxgencies "-?"1'------1 -v -,Y Y ..v v ,. , Iraq said to have blown up oil wells in Kuwait, which has world's third largest oil reserves l RAC! ' Gutf ll? tt, I I Kuwait SAUD1 KuwAir city 494814 3 . 5 e X x Riyadh SAUDI X ARABIA Qi At least three l.,-Scuds intercepted and' destroyed Oil field . . Neutral 5 -- Pipeline Zone '5 , i Eg EUTER - I I P q. erez tells Ira ' Quit Kuwait KN SetJt'ct1iry Cienerul ,lgixtet i,Ulk'l tle Ciueil.ii'. in hix lirxt l.ni1in ipeiitic- :tt-it ,te the iitltfliihtllitlfiti I Q-tzxirtttlee ret iorinzil xttilenient wise the xx.tr broke ont, yexlertltty ex- the Rctl Kit-M ill Rf f mtl, .: 'tl +,.r ta to ensutniy that lielri prcxsetl Hgriel and llllklflfw .ihout :he xsitlesttng eontilitl .nitl rx piwtitletl nw tliow ,flllittett fu tliix tcnttiitti' .ex - -on ,tw .tppegtled to Iraqi 2tlllll0l'lllx'N lti tt itltttxgm lrorn Kuta tni, t tiettstmgriitw .allow llix xtzttentent. hoxxexer. indtie no xpetttit relerente to Neither the t N :mf :ite IVR! tniswzlilj. luxe QUE? ierize' l'.S.-led forces. und their intenme anr mu ttg.nnxt train. xeittutixex an lmti. and l't'ief ate bustier: rriltt tepoiteix that Perez tic Cuellar mid he hurl 'xi itnewetl xi ith prolounti little inlortnution hurl been reaeiwti an LN ite,itltgtttit'tets griel and anxiety the iiteretising wxerity nt the vtztr .intl the "You ltunxx tt nut- had no irttiornmtiuri trciin Ktmuit widening ofthe urea oliltoxttlttiex lo prex ent any ltirtlxei .mtl UXVI the let text tidy. we luive hull no eoiitatet with Cscitlaxlion ofdeztlh untl tlestt'ut'Ittni lie tulxetl limit .iulhori the ligitiix, .tx the .iinlxiwzitlor lnrnsell' lime no toritutht with ties to "respond posilaxely to hte exe ol'-tleutlitne .tppt-.il to hte gmeriziiient, he xantl. in reference to poor eommuni L'Ul!liYllllllClll5CiYCSlUi'3LllllllCll'll'UUl'75ULllUlKl1NK.lil. eittionx luettteen lrnti X l N untbzxswattlor fxbtlul .krntr Al Pere! de Vnellur mid he um in touch vtitli LAX iltilllitlll' -Xnb.irt .tntl li.1glitt.it,l THE wonm LEAGUE OF AM mem Fof 611123313 ' .md Texas' Leading Newspaper eu-n,mmmwnmmm Dallas, Texas, Tuesday, February I9, 3.991 Soviet urge uncondition Gulf mines damage Z MQ US. ships By iieerge Redrigue He!! wrfzer of The Dells isiemug Sees QHAHRAN, Seem Arabia My The US. fiagekzip in e massive emi Emile erm secret raizzeciearing epemtien stumbied inte a Lmpiex Izfeqi mme- fieie Monday, striking ee ienderwe. fer mine that ripped a lefby-Zffiwfeot facie is its huh. Within mere, a second US. Haw Ship in the vicinity was eriggied ey' e f amatuer underwater device. The US. miiiiere said it may heve been e seeixiefticated mine triggered by the ehiyfe magrzeticz field, the mise of its prepellers, or the ehenges it created in water premure, The mines caused my deaths, but fume eeiler was sefieusiy ixzgzzred and , :six suffered lesser injuries. The Navy said that birth ships were 7 working under zheir owe power .Monday night and that both re- mained "Emily missien-sweetie." Nevertheiess, the :we ehips rep- resent the first eaeeaitiee inflicted by Iraqe huge, relativeiy iowwcost Screen ei fixfishere mines W the iraqi weapons fha: ?Liav3,f officials have Said ease the gseatefiz threat to fine amphxbions lending in the bat Ile to liberate Kuwait.. Meanwhiie, allied ground troops poised on the border ei Kuwait and Iraq awaited orders. Despite the dip! iemetic: activity surmunding a So- viex peace man presented xo iraq, al A Pieasfeesfee MINE an Inge QA. ALL. PAGE 1B. -tht 6 Sections S - 2 S Cents 11 Withdrawal Amman-m Persian Gulft Peace pl ese ted to Iraqis From Stat? sts? Wire Reserts MOSCCIW W President Mikhail Gorbachev presented a peace plan to iraq Monday that would appar- etttty combine att unconditional withdraws? from Kuwait with e chance for President Sanders Hussein -- or at least his govern- ment - to remain in power. Soviet officials went to elaborate lengths to keep the contents of their ptao confidential, but they said they expected a prompt reply from Baghdad. President Bush was provided so outiitte of the proposal in a cable sent to 'Washington from Moscow Soviet presidential spokesman Yitaly ignatenko said Mr. Gorba- chev proposed the ptan to Iraqi For- eign Minister Tariq Aziz and deputy prime minister Saadoun Hammadi during a 311-hour meeting in the Kremtin. Later, Mr. Aziz flew to Iran to begin his overland return to Baghdad. White House spokesman Marlin Fitzwater said the military cam- paign against Iraq "remains on schedule." "All of our hopes at this point are on the conflict - in the air and on the ground in terms of pushing Iraq out of Kuwait," Mr. Fitzwater said. Although a copy of the peace pro- posal was not released, Soviet offi- cials did characterize some of its el- ements. Ty ot land mines i l i'eil La mines fall into two basic categories: anti-personnel fused against trooslsl and anti-tank fused to slow or 4 disable vehicles! any of lraq's mines are from Western l countries, inclu ing the United States. l ! 5 M16A1 "Bouncing Betty" As little as 8 pounds of pressure i on above-ground prong causes mine to pop out of ground, then detonate -- spreading shrapnel over 100-toot radius. 7.6 inches 1 A Valsella VS-50 scatter drop mine . Italian-made, 1 Qi, plastic-explosive mine l' as activated by pressure 12' On 'OP- "' 4 inches f fi, ft 'tn inches ,ji i frlfetieti -f Q s'f' J 1 4 inches , A M1aA1 "Cla om" Set off by soldier hitting trip wire or by electrics charge. Btast releases 700 li y buotcsttot-sized steel baits in an arc over 300-foot radius. Vi BX 85 inflhes 1 Fisk i "'e i. f ' 5 if - -,W ga 5 - 3: . I 1, inches Inches . 1 A i no-ers . t t r l i inches ' M19 inche Encased in Elastic to make detection di cuit. Contains 21 unds of explosive to rip into ggavy vehicles. Front of tank bends rod and activates time-delayed detonator. As tank moves forward, mine explodes. sendin steel plate through tanks underside. Can also be set 0 by fuse or tnp wire. 1 Source: Jane's lnlelligence Review: Janos Military Logistics: USA TODAY research ' ' -- -..... L . Y ...xg-4-aa-.--vwsaufgt1z'....:.....-1. 11, .XJ VH - K: .:yit,iv5,Q" ,.c.1t1j' ' me Q . - f V ,-Tr egg"-, V 1 ,tw if ' ' 1 ,' . 4 lf' 3 ' ' ' ' .' 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The MEA? tank, the Bfzxdiesy Fighfisag, Vehisle and the Ewkzmvsiif W aii :masse MW :mf making ihezir muiticfiffid aisimt, The M1 A1 tank leads the way me Sm ground weapon like irzmia we WSH iikeiy he Ewa gxzwzerfu? ME M tank '-f--h- iwzeadingg an zaikssed 51992 fs? mabiie assasauii vemzsieafa. Mime than HMZGG ni this Miki smiles tanks are in Saudi Arzsbiag the iasws mam arsiiiezy is A Egimwm gsm with gs f'E3?'YQgE? ca? KORG YSQYSS . Cammarurief A staff SSYQQHWE, views Ezeragstcss ihsexssglm zisxieswmmrx wi izissveafa sight am? mdiiiarzai viewsss wsih wished Ss-2222 Lgggieg' is hsip esstsmsaieff tangy? ciisszinw. 2-is zgisrcierzgs imassrifeif tm A wvmg WSE S5383 Wm iflgiiixsiavgvxiiiai?-Siiifg-E311 U9 3 Q Af fb -' W wt YQ W9 im mg mx? is mesa gun. He ssirseves ammfmitifnn iype ss' rwmi fam Q gum Pisa man sence? and fsfztiifffvczt gzsnmfa azssuissssl mgmw mgmg mm imwq QMS gm? 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Hwpg Ecggfm targets SMMQ Cafe SfE3!Mf5iW:?!'24QQ!?biiiglij regsiacefxzz' an 20 qw on wmmand! nwiutafs ow amiissfsvam-fi, W symggaimmaz cm his basin ,af VL image day Q? nigh? 9 5 Sau- l CX- 13-l 'nz S. v: - 1 the v 85- be 8 Train .40 y ac' bar- n ech- diets The uc sa John US Slit' of , var Mlm MIAI wi l I and 4 -'I h Y5 - 011 53 " Vim: v ttf LH rf' -01 More l ins ,-1 r- 1 mm 1- 1 in 5 "H gag ffqfg' Ground war, despite sophis- ticated weaponry, still relies on men on foot there are some places tanks and personnel carriers just can't go. "Fm sure there will be places Cin the gulf! where you have to dis- mount and move on foot," says Lt. Col. Harry Summers, for- mer teacher at the Army War College. But "given the tempo and the lethality of the modem bat- tlelield. the walking soldier, in the approach to close combat, is a thing of the past," says re- tired Marine major Edward Wells, military analyst. The advantages of mechaw nized infantry: watch as the ships fade from sight. hSpeed: UTM: momentum of modern ground attacks is so fast that infantry :Jani keep up," says Steven Zaiog,2i, is de- fense writer and tank technol- ogy expert. The Mini tank is the fastest tank on the battle- lield. reaching top Speede of 40 mph. The Bradley is designed to keep up with ir. That gives US, forces greater ability to outmaneuver the enemy. "The whole doctrine now is based on the speed that these new weapon.-5 give them," says Orr Kelly, author of King of the Killing Zone: tin? Story of the M-l, Al?lCflCfi,S Super Tarilz. "The theory that youre not actually fighting the other guys army .. . youre working on his mind. He thinlm youre out here. and he looks around and youre over there, coming over his shoulder." P Protection: The Bradley' is more lledviljtf armored than its predecessor, the M-il3 ar- mored personnel carrier. And it can iight hack. its armed with ri TGV! antietnnk missile or za Bit-shniafster 25mm automatic Cannon. "its an enormous Culeition of tirepowerj' Zn- lognt But Bmclieys are Still vul- nerable to direct hits. P Stamina: Troops get tired marching -- especially i'TZifTf!r ing equipment or it they niust wear ai rlieiiiical prntertilm suit. in X'letnarr1.infaxitrj. hnolted 5 miles or :none before Ctlfiiil-E'lI. ln Fiiliiili Amhin. infant try "diamonzit'4 the Bradley once tanis are in range of the enernys anti tani: missiles, only about 2 kilometers til milesi away mine explo i n 'arrw i 0li c ew with reality of TSW fofA?0af1ssg' pcm? repay: was jest to rev.iew' by ERS. mfiftssjv cw?- seem, limited Pram Imernaaiimsai ,ABQAREJ TFiiPOU, Nsrzhw em Famsn Gisli 'EMS Sagsizip in one Qi im most extensive ruine- sxwzeping eperaismns sinee the Kore- an War ssiragfei inte ra mine Said eff wif Kuwaiti mast and ztrnak we si the devices befszsre dams yesterday, ripping a 58-byu25-fwi hate ii? feet beiow me wage: Eine ami Swdmg several rsfsmparimema. 'Sire imma Q? the 5:35 am. expicam sion jarred the entire' crew Qi tm? amphibians assasit ship Tripzsg awakeh insiantiy me wage? went tag genera? qaariem with all hands on dereci ia report 36 iwatiie statifzns, Gas Seaman said a szcsrage mam destroyed by tha blast coniainefi a load of gray paint, ang the was of water thrmrgix me mem Qfwterg a gray paint siieis that iiraiied me wah sei. 'Xkfeyve get twfa eompartrrzems Sw? are ezfnmpletszfiy fuii mf water? arm theyre Eilmgff-,513 feet sis we mai: as Emi of water? said Adonis Cfideriburg Ii, EQ, 3 damage 99345132 w'f.m'ci-zer assi firamaa apprentice frfsrfs iss 559238, He said he was Qerfarmiisg duties in the mess, hai? wma ine expiosimz famed the 'Yripaiilfie reported is his battle siatmrs meat tis? site Sgarrzaged by me mime-: tmiiaad is leave it kw- cauzse ef Ezeavgf paint fumes There were ww peopie in sleeping quarters in the same vicinity, k "The wo gays ,M nad a faarci iirne coming wap," Qidenburg said. Wadd- eres were twisiadg hateiies, We cfmierft get them open. when we iig- naiiy gat thanx out they were just cirem:heQ in paint and thinner and water and yea name it." "i WM i was home now? he added. Uifve been in the Navy six momma swf this iiaing is wild. 3 iiidzfi expesfsf. wefd be geing as war." 1 st qdvances 50 rme s mto Iraq TUESDAY, FEBRUARY I9, 1991 s i S Sw ..., M..,,,,W,,..--,.,,.,.,,,,, , ..,. ,,,,, M ,,,, ,,,. . .,:,M,, San Diegof-based Tripaii huts mme Eg EEi5g 4 iQsg5 samgl5um52n maigw 1 YP 94+ S l assault iweiicapter carrier E355iE5nE5i 2E5EA'?X5W5SQ?555WWW' .I1iDQif33iiiH,3 ?i5??5,,Qi?f?MQ iW ?Q9,ii4,2f4ii?2W ,Eifff3?5Sif?33f,w?W,im3 S4 H5322 ' Ass? nmeniin Gui?- Q . Ysifseii is using six wi?-SNES habiicogtws, kwa mmeaweeping siecls and teams af underwaier aiemoiitifm swsiaiisza EQ oiaas' a Qwmiie awww cz? mmm nf? Sw Simwaiii mama iivlderxiasssxggs faiizer said frees: his some isa Las Vegas that the family had bwn vaforriei xii day. 4'351EVe szaiied an SSS number? but that isasrit dame my gwsf' Siinaiiy, 3 friessd caiied is report seeing tim jgmzng sails? ixxierviewed an tsievisiam Sefspiis the WO4i'i'jY,Q242f1?'Gb1ii'g said he has so seaffsnd ttzougizis alumna isis son being in we was zone. HWe'sfe get so grated azz! esuntry, This is a military. family? said Q3- dmburgs a farmer saiios who served in Efiemam. M5759 miieve what Wyre dcsissg wer these? Miehaei Jnrimwski, 25, a damage wnirol msrf imm Rscifnrd, Iii., was une af she first aaiiers is arrive at 5 the seems, "As soon as ii: happesed it threw me wut sf my rack, M1 in repair 3 area up there, I get azxatiaer guy to ge: wiiis me, We waiizei up ihere aw first thing I leaked down in was Na. 1 pump roam and I was Water ming in there and 1 said we goi in seal this nffjf he wfzaliwf "Then we went? ep and I saw the ladder was totally shredded. Firsi then here acks troop , flags, Jostcard' 5 unis 5 ol' ard" the 1 U.b. l at Pu., irry- God ian y out 't ol' l in giant ican iters bd in onal 1 in Pm! rt ol' Jmll. Zolo- :hed nam an ps of the the iton. roup arch HBH the our H5 I n 5' 5' g. 'a . li .1 ' 7 l to i't'f-solve this issue." About 500 people g1itlufl'c'tl gil llit' Georgia Capitol in Atlnntn. "We :ire just Ainericniis ulio unnt to send at niessnge to our troops overseas. This is ai honietown snliiitf' suitl Bob Maison. director ot' thc Anierieun Freedom Coalition nt Cicosv gin. which orgnnizctl the rally. A valentine to the troops bore about 2.500 signatures collected over three tluys. Typical nt' the sentiments was n message from Christie iliieitins Son. which rentl. "Pray that Sntltlnin steps on an scorpion und rites. linppg Vnlentint-'s Dany ln Stillwnter, Ukln.. militia twlaireti John Philip Sousa iiiurclies :is about 500 people innrclietl 14 Eviocks to shots their support for US troops -lilitltij were no hzintls :intl nn gmltzienl signs. by request of' the Ul'gZlllllt'!N, Qigtpzir- ently to encourage partir-ipntioii even by those who have doubts about the war. KSPI Radio lAll'OlltlL'ltf9! at linlilliont of inilitary tnztrclies, About Still people zittvzzzietl gi city-sponsored rally in Unializi, Ns.-ii. A woman who works with za Persian Gulf l'nniily-stapport group. Dixie Tripp. spoke against ziiiti-mit' rallies. "This, then. Mr. tlrnqi l'ref-zitieiit Saddam! Hussein. is Aiiieriezif' Tripp said. "Not that warren oi' vfcnscls earryingttheir signs. spouting their '60s rhetoric und tleliling our mall in Wnshiniztonf' was missing after his plane crashed. "I myself am amazed" at the light casualties, said Lt. Col. Jan I-Iu1y,2nd Division spokesman. "We expected it to be a lot more so far." Iraqi casualties were not known, but Holy said the front-line Iraqi di- vision that the 2nd Marines faced as they broke through the defensive barriers "doesnt exist any more." The size of the Iraqi division was not known. Huly said its commander apparently was captured or surren- dered. The 2nd Marine Division said it mx it wg- sin, m Air assault lets Screaming Eagles set up forward command, resupply base New York Tunes Neve Siervice EN IRAQ A More than Low Amer- ican air asssuit troops plunged S0 miles into iraq at first light yegitsrf day in the largest helttfspterfiffisne operation in niiiitary nistory. The operation by the iiiist Airt- borne Division, north of Iraqis troop concentrations, established what is wsentiaily a giant, fortified. gasoline station to fuel troop-carrying and att' tack helicopters. The US. force wit! make assauits into the strategic Eu- phrates Riser valley to est the main highway between Baghdad and grinned Army ist Lt. Pint Johizzson. 2 Ranger, as his Huey' iieiicoptnr set- tied into the iandmg zone in El rinse of ssns and dust By ssgittfali, is supporting grnnnd eoisrnn si more than 700 trunks had reacznsd Cobra Base, bringing the number nf troops here is 4,000 As l,?.f:S. planners acceieratefi their opera ations ahead of schedule because oi fsruntbling iraqi resistance, another brigade from the itilst was to fly into Cobra Base last night. 4 ...nan-... A Cnr Force Cot, David W Ebert? Qbkitk lf: C2il"t'i9F5f, the highest-rankirig fi? the former PQWS aboard Sundays flight home. embraces unicientifiefi tamitv merz"itier3 Panama 4 3 i 1-I-u-ww f ...p lane strike again from Turkey w'x3if'Q,5XR'x'4. i5'icLa1v.:f'3 X S, piauistw mm? 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Two avy shi s iitg seven in rews hurt intlnued from A-1 lor and capable of taking part in amphibious landing, despite the PIB'- Nt according to Pentagon press- ll reports from aboardthe Tripoli, In not clear if the ship could be pired in the gulf or whether it lid have to be towed elsewhere. Hers to, decks below were report- ' twisted, pump rooms flooded damaged, and hatches blown off. the positioning of the ships in a ible amphibious assault area, bled with an increase in skirm- 8 and artillery duels between Q and allied forces, and the for- rd movement of U.S. and other al- ! troops to Saudi Arabia's border th Kuwait and Iraq, indicate that a W' escalation in the war could be I Q days away, Pentagon officials fact that they are up there is indication that the United. States an amphibious objective K' - a preliminary phase before some type of Marine as- said a naval officer at the Pen- 602-foot-long Tripoli is so Iwo U-class amphibious assaaii ship, the first designed for combat that can ferry troops into It carries about 2,500 Ma- who were based at Camp Pen- and nearly 700 sailors based San Diego area. It is part of an task force of nearly Marines expected to create a in occupied Kuwait or Princeton has a crew of about and officers and is one of newer, most lethal war- It is equipped with the Aegis radar system, a high-tech, anti- defense and carries an as- of vertical-launched cruise mining incident illumi of many dangerous obsta U.S.-led alliance faces. in ground and amphibious against Iraq. very dangerous environ- officials and experts said me - Mine warfare at sea Two U.S. warships were damaged Monday by mines in the Persian Gull, injuring seven sailors. lt was struck, some mines could have be l-low they work ' There are several mire WP95- M053 of 'fads mines seabedg triggered by "inlluence" are triggered by direct contact or by "lnfluence." The mine senses: I Ship's magnetic field I Variation in water pressure E Free-floating mine: Floats on I Sound produced by a ship Other, less sophisticated' floating mines, are cheap, usually Soviet- made, or copies of them, Navy offi- cials said. "They are very crude. If you hit one, it would go bang in a big way," said a Navy intelligence offi- cer at the Pentagon. unclear which type ol mines were en lett over from lran-Iraq war. ll Bottom mine: Lies on He said Iraq has laid hundreds, possibly thousands, of floating, tethered influence and shallow-bot tom mines in an area it suspects an amphibious assault may come from. Most of the mines are spotted by lookouts on the some 100 llS. and allied warships in the gulf, military E Anchored mine: Moored to lloat at pre-set height, triggered by direct contact or "influence" surface: triggered by direct contact H ' new-r " -------' -A experts and Pentagon officials Said. USS P ririceton missilegruisera Hundreds have been destroyed al- uss 'rripcsllempttibious n g, i , V feidy- . . -assauh ship - E .There was mine-sweeping - . , ' . mine countermeasure activity - - Mmigfield ge I going on for the .last five or six days," . -..... . .....,.,.. .Q -1 t e f V. . gg.. ,fj':f.' .... 2.1 .1,. . 2 ... .... . ..... . Nealsaldzms 1Sa1S01f'tef.Pre'elaS lqltq Q,-1 Ael. another sign that an amphibious as- i a"i 'iflif'.Eir'+ Salllfislikely-0ffiCi21S Said- H 1 Damage to the two ships also illus- How the q 're cleared y trates the lack of mine-sweeping ca- pabilities on the part of the United Navy helicopters and sea vesseis could be used to remove mines. States, Detectiors:Sonar aboard Sea Staiiien locates mines E Sweeping: Wires equipped w minetleldsg cutters sever cables, mines float to surface E Explosion: Helicopter or naval vessel spots floating mines, explodes them with gunfire "Pd say we have been lucky" that ships in the Persian Gulf have hit just two mines, said Norman Polmar of the U.S. Nasal Institute. Polrriar said the United States for years has lacked effective mine countermeasures, a weakness that ith metal cutters towed 'Ihre ugh Floats H was evident as early as 1987 when lgiggevggiz woodgm,,ed Sea, and ieimge? Kuwaitipqianigi Y . vessei Siagggn ,X jj 1 jg, 12. at Ya!! Heal' argl is water W EM . 1 1 land in the Persian Gulf. - ' iiiii i tttit 2 'W I 0' A it Tiber get us then, and today they l W, ,,,,, ,,,,,,.., , ,.,. .-,..,ffff'Fj+i-.igjx 5' -A got us again," Polrnar said. ' 2,1-1g'ljfQf,Zifi"I"fifi1'igigf223iPlz. " 5 - M 0' To r'.i f T He said there is only one modern 5 g g i,.V ,i',. .',. A A p s' H X, ' , U.S. mieesweeper new operating in l 'Minefieicl ges' f I Q - ' E the gulf. The rest of the U.S. mine- T d' ' V' d iii... il-t f 314 u?fi4r or s lsweeping fleet is at least 40 years .e. , e---5 Old- he are 1 SOURCE. 'Modem Lahti Combat? U.S. Navyy,llZfef-msc ilepartme-nl ment that we're operating tial whether at sea or land," Marine Brig. Gen. Richard I. Neal said in Riyadh yesterday. "This is just one indica- tion of those dangers that our naval forces face in addition to an air threat." I-low close the two ships were yes- terday to the well-defended Kuwaiti coastline is not known. However, the type of mine that the Princeton re- portedly hit, known as an influence mine, is usually found in more shal- low, coastal waters, less than 120 feet. Much of the northern part of the Persian Gulf is shallow, however. LL... ,,,. , .,,.. . ...... . ..,..,,. aw., .J A Knight-Rirltler The Tripoli was in an area where there were at least six mines, three of which had been marked by the Navy. The ship reportedly hit a tethered mine, one iatclied to the bot- tom. Tethered and bottom influence miriam serially explode by pressure of a passing ship. Some can have count- ing systems built into them, letting the first 10 or 20 ships go by, then activate and explode. They are de- signed to detonate under a ships keel, creating a large air bubble that reverberates and breaks the vessel in two pieces. l l l l l l l i l Norman Schwarzkopi ,5..:,,,:.f,. N i .55 :..:5:5E::::.'::.:bw, , .E it :V 2.2 -I NIQVLTV Q G -,-,, 1 ,, 1 ,.,.., ,W xxxu! U hw ,.,, X 1 ,Q wggg, 2-,2' ,,'f" ,A,Q """" Y -2-,. ' X A.,,, A , . .. W , Q A the iixingg heck mai of kim, ifimsiiy. Fd wgzguii' hiss and gxmilce him up." Ye? Ficimzarfiwpf. SSE, za iiifilx!3iW2ifSi5 :md zmxamimi Vietnaxsti w:2cr'zm. hm fmsrzic iz aims? that tisffre aw :Em gfiiifiig to he any Ifizmmimrgzfs' Him in She f.9x:1f'vmr if hr can twigs' it, Early assi. he lQi3fi'1l'fi iiwefxzi f.,ii33ili Pkvmrii. chairman of tin: L ,fuini Chiefs, in aicrfxszmiing :asis?qua!e fii!'fCi?44 Sis win the war expexiiw Eisrusiy. Ni haw seen in ycsus' eyes 11 Sw of iifiiififliiiiiiifiiifi tr: get this job dame quickigf' he wie? his irsxsps an 3,89 battle Cum- rmrrscecb "ma wif xii lfikij' return is She sghuws uf fkmeriiai Hay Gerd be with gnuff . Hs: exhibits zz genuinfs affefctivm for his mumps? zxccarriing to repssz'ts from the front. He Spoke iss une regmrter iff Vthe pris- fzzniig that is warf :md mis! anuther that "5 Save my sioidierzs :md saiicsfs ami Niurines and I sion? want to see thanx kiiiedf' llsfe reporter wumhed him rmasxnrc- zz frightemzsi. newly af'- rivefd feotdier siunzped an her rucksaeie. He: managed in make her scmik sand. leiiing hex' gently that "we'H get you bums as soon as we cami' and gave her a ggfsmii-bye saline. ,Ms with arfjfmm his sense nf humanity has Ewen hawaii won. in his acclaimed l97fi book Fricmfiv Fire. ff, D. B. Bryan de- scribed how than-i.ieuten:in2-ffuiurwl Schwarzkopf, 3 hams- liofx rommanzicr, landed in aa minefield in Vieinanu tes rescue his men. The remainder of the pafroi was fmzen in the midfiie of the mizzefieid. The ymmg soldiers were an the edge swf panifz. They had jus! begun again to mauve when a wang private aff to Schwarzkxspf's right stepped on another mine. The boys right Beg was flapping out in one side. "My leg! MY LEG!" he fecresmxexi. and Sezhwarzkopf saw the men sireund him begin to Letter from the Fmnt Schwarzkopfk legs suddenly began to shake uncrmtroliabiyg his knees were so watery he had to reach down and grip them until they skilled. The perspiration was stinging his eyes. He straightened up and saw the men were watching him. waiting fur him to move forward again. "I don't want to die." the kid was whimpering. "You've gm te get me Gut nf here." "YH get yan out." Scbwarzkopf said gently, "Just keep still. Y'cm're ali right? "Pm not! Can? ymx see my tag?" - "Take it easy. son." 'Fen feet tn go. "It's fmiy bmkesxg I can tell that from here." , V 'Tw sem him gms up and talk to soldiers, who are often afraid nf sfrmenne with stars," says retired General Louis Wagner, who has known him for years. "but they were-n't afraid because: he was coming tn really find out what they were doing. He has a grind wnrieing relatifmship with them, hxfs not the big had guy same make him out to be? which do-1Bsn'i mean, of cfmrse. that Schwarzkopfs fammssf- fy etfzpeimive Semper fiwnee the Wtormirs' "3 has meiionwed. "liek demandin 'Q ww retired General Robert W fenne- wald, wha Bas wa-ri-wd clxxseig with Schwarz!-nop? several times. "He riuesn't Suf?er 3HBffifZZi9l'lCfc' and mediocrity mu wail. but if you want someone to lead you ima 9 ccxfsfiisvt. this is the guy yegnfri like tits have." Wagner, who has observed Schwsrzkopf in staff work, called him "briiiiant" and said ire aiways came to meetings having done his humewfsrk thwmughiy. A recent Wa!! Sfreet Jfwrnal story put isis IQ ai UB. withmxt giving the source. Schsvarzkupf graduaied fmm West Pain? in 1956, than oh- iaiiaed sa uiifzgree in xnifmiie engineering: his 3-if-year army ca- rQr has iswimied two tours in Vietnzmx. sewarrzxi stints at the Pentagan and the pesitiun of army adviser to the Quint Ameri' iran iask farce that invaded firenzxfia. The generai was born in Trenmu, New Jersey. His father, aim named H. Norman Schwarikupf fthe son riesziines in use the "Jr," 3, alma was a general who was assigned to train the PQHSSQE farce: in Tehran during the 485. Sitormin' Norman, then EE, spent aa year there, Later his father he-came sxxperintemient of She New jersey Siam Pniice and led the investigatiirn of the iindberagh kidnapping, hcmmmthe uid radio aahmv Ciamgbuszers and in 2953 again wen! is Iran where. with IHA backing. he helped nrgsmixe the coup against Yvime Misxisier Mcskmrnmeii Nixxssadegh that had is the rise af the skah fri' Iran, Before the August 2 iraqi invasifm M Kuwait. Schwarzkopf wnrkexi out of Macliiii Air Force Base near Tampa.. Florida. Yiw EAS. Kcnzwl ilumnxand, time hezssiqaarters for ILS.. mili' tary opffrszatisras in the Middie East, is Iuczsted there because sw Mi deaz-ei cnuniry wanted it san its turf, ' "He cares abmsf peogxief' Brenda, a native Virginian wha was an airiinse imsucss when she met him at as West Paint fuotbali game 23 years ago and naarrieii him eight months lat' er. "He cares abwist aii kiss iwarrixxrs of peace! as f cali them. ai! thaw wunderful men and vmmesx :wer these. Their safety is his main SZSHCSFH, he taiins aboxxt it ali the time," When war brake out fm Wednesday night he wiied heme and Brenda and the kids all gm an differemt extensions. He mid them he was okay ami to iowa one another and in support me another, and they told him they were his ingest shearing section. "Hang in there," he mid them. , - LATHWP vwliv again. ' ' , N AAA N .. Q I was time to move --w- - fo r The desert nomads, Army version, prepare for battle This pw! report was subject to review by US military een.-mrs. By S, Lynne Walker, sun wma f NGRTHKRH SAUDI ARABXA M The tension was paigaabifzx ' Ii was mcwirxg day, The soifiiers were pulling up stakes, This was the moment many said they were waiting for -- the moment when they would begin tu nwve toward the nurihem Saudi border in preparation for ine S2811 of the ground war. Yet, when me time came to tear down the tents, pull cat the little stoves that had given them warmth on may a cold night, burn the magazines and news- papers that psmvided fm only kink with me outsim worm, were was a smse of- sadnws ever what had been and thewaffmxsive that was aboas te hem. For two days befnre the mmm, the soldiers had prepared tax a lang stint on the battkeiieid. Uniforms were name by hand sbuwea-s fsufm'1e talmntoknocktlzeiiesertsanduffwtheirbefiesfuud and water were stockpilezi. There were handshakm and hw, coupled with promises ' nnfcethegrgmhomemgaiix. - The preparaiim swpped SY a while as gathered the radio in Iiatmwwthe iieiqrs week that Iraqi Prwidfmi Saddam Hama, Seeking bn Page A-56 - , 15' l0l1S will be protected ' -. all violent acts and M ls. They will have right to communicate ll their families and to lelve assistance. evo Ws 'ln hhflhln chill hnnnfii , ,.,-..,.... ........ .,.,...,... in fundamental legal his. No person shall be I responsible for an act lull he has not commit- lt'-No person shall he hcted to physical or lltal torture, Otto cruel 1 lThe belligerent parties y I. the members of their 0 ned forces do not have . limited rights concern- l the choice of methods d means of war. lt is for- lden to threaten to give quarter. l.ls forbidden to use qons or fighting meth- ,a lwhich cause useless ins or excessive suffer- ! lsuch as weapons Ich are poisoned or ll! incurable woundsi. h forbidden to use lllical or hactariologi- l weapons at any time, 5 .io use . .. , combatants A against civilian and property belligerent parties mtlnguisle he- end ci- , order to spare' populations Civilians the object of uhhh anoniy te -spina! including for the Bradley vehicles, the MIAI and the Cobra and attack helicopters. review the ammunition level every morning," said. "We can conduct campaign that we want to be able to sustain it - not ln munitions, but ln all of classes of supplies to in- fuel repair parts, other thing' with Kelly, experts cau- thestocksmaybeonly p"H2J'3L'a'l' Q-LU OH. 2 Tulum AQM5 cmrfgamigrlts -- into ur Put. . ' XX urs souucu cuwrn .' K . JJ- Tl-lAN Lihllftlfa HIS CAGE LLIITH CEDAR CHIDS. my-r insanity Fteuter I hot mil- P0090 Atop a Humvee are Camp Pendleton'-based Kuwait sorcier, calling for artillery fire This A CED lst Division Marines on the Saudi Arabia- ITNCYUVG WHS faked SEIYUYUSY-A ys there' ,plenty of 0 on hand enough to sustain U.S. land forces for 60 to 90 days. "We're not stupid. We would not begin combat operations if we did not have enough ammo for at least 30 days . .. and we probably have 60 days of ammo on hand," said retired Air Force colonel Ron I-latchett ofthe Mosher Institute for De- fense ia Texas. The allies have used the six months since troop deploy- ments hepn Aug 7 to build weapons supplies. A "For the amount of time these forces have been sitting on the ground, they should not be short of anything," said ,re- tired colonel Ralph Hellen- beck, a former tank command- er who served with two units now in Saudi Arabia, the First Armored Division and the First Cavalry Division. A "There must be thousands, maybe even millions of tons" of supplies and ammunition in the region, said retired colonel Harry Summers, a Korean War veteran and fellow of the Army War College. The military stockpiled tons of ammunition during the rap- id defense buildup ofthe 19805. This has given a large reserve for allied forces in the gulf. In a related development. the Pentagon has opened talks with manufacturers of so- called "smart" weapors, like the Patriot anti-missiles missile and the Tomahawk cruise mis- sile, to consider increasing pro- duction. Currently 290 of 2,000 Tomahawks have been ttredg fewer than 100 of about 9,000 Patriots have been used. - ush. n m Q wma ew mfm ga. 1 MEQR ' dflaf 'M-.. I I I ,. ..-Ha us LMMAN. Jordan v-- Img igixw 5 cpldcmzm bccgzux' uf 4 IAQ? wi :I and mcdacmcf-. ,md your msrxf I because allied bumfwrx nb nnfrntmczurc. L N ws? and docwrs md Iunmim its hospzmls. shxuriagw mmf:- Supphcfi. drugx f.:iw51z't,z:-. 4:25 ' g water also hm-:J Jrnrnmiiy the danger of m:lm'tmnA have been urmbk: to wash blood from their hmcis. one ialsaid Minor surgery has been performed -out anesthesia." Saud Mohammed Mid. vice prtsxdem ofthe Jordan Red Crcscem Som-ty, Red Crcscent Socxcry ms the limdivision of the Red Cross, id offlciais and mgured pemapie are dying for lack of transport :Ig to hospitak testinal dxsczmes. Quch as iyphoxd, and diarrhea, are hkcly to among lf3Q'S populatxon of ' and caux m.my deathx y among chxldrcn and ha- tleofiicxals sand tht situation remains hke thus. I0 ruxming and dnnking swam. I there MU br outbfmk: of LRDING MISSILES: Corporal limit! iirven, England. pmieciv- za Rapier minsiie fafiiity al 2 fiat? rm' bane. Below. I urpunsi 19.41225 L app- ngnnelssseb refleu mmiiex at me haw.-WReuirr uireubfazfzse b wa h bloo L'PlLiCfTlif"iv. 'iwlfszwf as win wifi 'Tw-1.x ibm, zgdmm wzfzazm' of :M I' N ifh'iimf'saq 5 .imfi 112 finmzzgn Lu: Iuewziwap, :kv ig 'N 3-musty ilfourmi .xurhwrsrsd SIN Irxzerrmzunfagi f.'onm'x::m' of fha RNS if'fff'fiw-4 mais ffT'ICf5:EQe aigizwnw si? WLiffif?Ni3iifffYl' cgzzon fsvmigmcnl to Img ugxvrts tif 53,22 thcnw The 'iemrssy Connex! nw sums, nyvd the fini! Cross IQ 235-5 an and medicme for ':'Z?3f1Kit5if lksziqm wmrkrsm in Iraq :mai iw Iranmm captured during time fzgm-mar lrzam an-Ir:aq1 war and stil! braid IFEX iraq. Rc-fag-me who n-wr-ntljf amwfed from Baghdad, iraqk gdpmd, am? Ku-mm have rnrgwnrwd zvutbrcaifzsg of chwicrfa, far. howwefr, there za no eudcnce that cholera ai sprcndxrsg Hun .md mbsf LY N ofifwih said "We haw heard Izkeumx and wg :dsc heard rm-ports of Clmzhx fiat is Luk of Qvenual dmgx bm we cgnnwff C0l'IIIfT'!1fhC'TT! psf." Haw mad Hao usd a:xz1'r::z,m-wx If: fccxtmd from the Inq: Icapsml woke vf' hvfpxfala V'p!.'T'.xIII'Ig under great dxf? cuhxcs and wmthout uaxcr, dmatuiaiiiv mcrczmng the danger of znzlxuon., - "There are no d:srn?Iwc2.1::'5. deter- gcntb or sau-r in xmzsxr hm-pau! and I I if, mm! "Wim, ., fifvifi Kimi!! i,3fa:fi,ir3 A13 :Im was - EIU Q 'kitf www fm JfX,yi's1T'Q .mai Mws 'I f Dux 12:2 fs? fi-."rsfm, Cwizzwffi amp 3, 5:1 ff,w,j'iw?if manxws mg swwztfew "L'us'a4'nffm HER :Law 253 "2 ifaxgf' "WF: aw irwzwwfvi -- "Bz3??fffv'f1'-1 haw sw I' INXS Irixlfmi 'mu Emrsqin Pm"fyk an IiIzg,:Ei,i.ae.3 E ffgwffiwgi the 1.wEf.agw: If I gmitxivc sqm, and f,fm?ff:w nw. 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I near Kuwait A City to Clear Arab VWPSM f lberatethe i I i r USA 'VODAY Chemical wwpons not seen affecting outcome of war By Paul Clancy USA TODAY If Iraqi forces respond to an allied attack with chemical weaporisw- a.sPr tSa Hnrssein hasthreatenedmdo- they mimtslowtlieallies. but wouldnt change the course of the war, experts my. The primary impact would he ro dow advancing troops, making a blitz attack more dimcuit. "It would force us to ight suited up," mys Heritage Foundatidrl military analyst Jay Kosminslty, referring to the hot. bulky chemical protective gear issued to all allied forces in the Persian Gulf, Even if the chernifcal agerirs were used in only one area, he says, all troops would have to wear the 3.75- pourid suits and Qs rrmlts, "because they could come under attack at any rnomentu 'Ihat wouid he a distinct dmdvantage if the Iraqis WHTQIVES didnt we the gear, Hu James Powers, a Georgia Tech biochemm, doubts chemical weapons ultimately would he very ef- festive. "In the desert, they would be vaporiaed quickly and spread by the wind," Powers says. "In a spread-out en- vironment, I cam irnqne them causing very many cassaltief' if Saddam use them. that probably would expand the coalitions aims beyond evicting Iraq from Kuwait. Kmminskymys "He nmsthe risk thatwekzlsettle tori nothing lm than removing him from power." .iii Qs WEAPUNRY AGUUXTOSONQOFTHEWEAPONSOFGROUNCNAFFARE Nearly five weeks of air attacks have softened Iraqi pini- tiors for an allied ground wsault. ln which tanks will lead the way and mobility and speed will be key. Other armored vehicles and weapons at me from includei ' ' KZINJ Bully: Most foot soi- - 't diers are getting to the front If ,lflQ'f'f:" aboard these armored carn- ' "'- f lf. .. .. ers. operated bymreesoldiers vt" I i1"'E?I"Iix' and carrying up to seven oth- e1S.M2hmaTOWmisiiezmdtwogunports:M3hasnogttn ports but carris five soldiers Made of all-welded alumi- num armor, There are 967 in me theater The Anny is loolt- ing into reports of n problerns. U92 Armored earth-mover with one-man crew is used to clear battlefields of road- blocks. to create river entry and exit poin!S. and zo tow oth- er vetiiclm MS has a scraper blade on from to Iii! ditches M1891 Sixwmari crew operates 155mm howimer and roof- mounted machine gung gun turret rotates 360 degrees. fires explosive shells, cluster shells, laser-guided Copper- kziwd and-tank mundo. LES. has built 3,900 since the 195m TU!! Anti-mnk rnmile mn be I fired from ground tripod. ve hicle and helicopler. 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Out o darkness, pach hi wit deadly accuracy from pool report by Hob Dvoo The Associated Press NORTHERN SAUDI ARA- I -- Apache helicopter pi- Ios. book from a nighttime 'raid on enemy tank and gun posldw in Iraq, said 'luweay lt wwitm aloe a "turkey-shoot." The . knock-eo out two an armored vehicle and sewn! trucks more than 50 miles inside Iraq, aecoreism to prdiminary reports of Sloa- day's raid. "We dealt him tthe enezngi some serious punishment." said Maj. Lee Stuart. "We caught him totally by axrprise, The Air Force has after thexn24noursaday.Z4oiwalIo! a sudden somehorofa coming out of the ground after him. They probably got the fear of God put in them." Despite anti-aircraft and snail mm ire, no or damage ww reported Pilots said they Bred Imr- giided 'lleliire misils. 275- inch rockesand 30mm anti-ao mor guns at Iraqi tanls and air defense and artillery units The Apaches attacked. with all lipts ol, in what was the IIS combat mmm for many pilots They rated it a nerve- wracklng succes. "We've been sitting here waltingalrnostseven monthsto do somethin," said Grief War- rant Ohcer Mike Brillant "It nm not a good night for the Iraolsf' aaid Cant. lone Far- rington, "Wo caught Thom with their sham clown. Tow were in their sleeping ham is was a turkey shoot." Portions of three attack cornpabnies took ea' ETS! and the helicopters, which resem- ble giant insects. manners-cl north vriinmii 11315, "ills ugly out it's " sale Capt. Sewart iisitsiiioo, operaneo-.s omcer for use battalion, M96-e did what isle snared to do the way we psmsnen it. He rosie hear us but on-uldn't see as. I think it s-camo the dayiighzs out of him." Hamilton said the adrena- line was Rowing before. during and after the raid: "The air srrzelm good. The cold feels good. !t's great to be alive." Capt. Robert Tugle, also a company commander. mid he sniff a tank get hit and then wit- nwed secondary expiosiors from fuel mules or munitions going on. "We got mme real good his That thing lit up the battlelleldf' He abc said the Iraqis were confused and disorganized when the Apaches struck with- out warning "They were run- ning around like. a bunch of goobers. They didnt know which way no I Before the Apaches left. crew chiefs painted personal myges on their I-Iellilre mis- ,.......---..... .... . neers need to do. 'This B what we've been do ing for months." said Wilkins "We drill and drill and drill. You cant be too prepared." When the platoon has cleared the obstacle course the second time, Rapp calls them together apin. "Did it in I3 minutes," he tells them - almost twice m lst as the lrst run-through. "We would have slowed down the people behind us a little bit." he says "But hopefully not too much." The training schedule for the nexrclay? "Back here at I0:3l0," Says Rapp, "Well do it 4' if spin. ' enemy tanks The Ao-ny's AH-6-1 Apacre 'fe' L'OCf'3T was oesfgsec is destroy enemy ISWRS .ismg soc"'st.catei:i e.ect'on:cs it oaoaole of z- ght attack. Cruise speadg 260 mp'- S!-aximum ageod: '86 mor Empty weig i' 'I ,D'5 'bs 1? Crew, Flange. SEQ 'mess wir a BS-rnsfwze 'es-3g3fQ.v,,m,,,m. ' V 4,22 , ' ,,. ant:-tara-I, carries on 2.75-:PCP 'OCNGZ can be .sed is orounc aoo arf attacks 2,2-EG rounds fufl ammmiron 1 , 4 p , He We Q.. -3-as M ssc-as cams '2"Qe- of aboafz 'r les acc za" st'-Nev-.'f1"c-. zargef e-,ef see- so fe score' The aiiack Scout helicopter W' Apache u-v Q .... M ' M A Sczxce JSA 'GTM 'ese for siles They included: "When you care enough to send the very best. Nrghdad Exprm. This md ts for you? "SYS just something person- al," said Pic. 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H , , :pc k:a':5w " , :tug v :z V can we Entering The Aloha State. .,..,.,- One Of The Scenes That Make Hawaii Fam- OUS. 202 HAWAII .-..,,' ,.,-' Y - ' W' ' +1-,.Xf5'4,:'152f' 1,-9-fx 4, , ,.--,- - . Gun Turret Of USS Arizona. Y- "Tli"f..Af.-my A-ui. X a.. , .4 D: --------m 7,1 ' . Mc -S fL'- A, V- -Y JZ. ,ld-it . . ,,.,..-V M i -r-Rn-g.:ie we A 1-x A AM Nz-A :- g ,, -auf' HAWAII 205 1. Wx !'..-:1 'fl - 204 NL., xxx. V TIGER CRUISE 22.3112 . HOMECUMIIYG 3 l l The sea had become our bride, as we traveled steadily with the tide Endless days and sleepless nights, were giving way to familiar sights. To never see home again, Our greatest fear, but that too disappeared as we tied to the pier. lt seemed we had been gone for years, as we heard the crowds' fanatical cheers. Destruction, death, and war-tom lands, subsided for warm, loving outreached hands. From the time we had left, it was a race, to make it back to the feeling of a warm embrace. Families came together as one, proving our trials at sea were done. After many countless nights alone, the war was over, and we were home. 205 K f '-I Nr...-' I -.-. 4.- fl 1 1 1 I 31 1 1 1 '1 111 I V 1 xr 'Ed' QM. 5 206 wr. -...,,u,WNu 1 -1 -s.. in 5. Am.. W' ., 3,1151 wi M' , W, 'wi' XL 1157 3 ' W ,LV 11 1 , IP1 ' . 1 fm IWW II '. QI11Eiix!.1. 4 1 . W mm' :Q , V1 W 1 1 .11gr13M1.1,'. 1.1, I l 1 I F1 E i I l 1 I 1 ' 1 4.511 W bmw 1 'TI' X G. a . 'min f ,if- is X41 mica Wig, " u P A A .f. .Lsf...,..1:fm.w.mf4e.+,.-.f5 - Q'-1-s---l-:main . . -,- -.-1.3, E M ff .ff ' 207 ffff X::.- 208 USS TRIPOLI LPH-10 CRUISE BOOK COMMITTEE ADVISOR LCDR JOHN MEHKI EDITOR AN JAMEY L. TRIGG LAYOUT EDITOR FC5 TYLER W. HOLLINGSWORTH ASST. LAYOUT EDITORS AG5 CHRIS C. SANTOS AN GARY S. SONTCHI CAPTION EDITOR GM5 ERICK HOWARD COPY EDITOR ET1 STEPHEN MOSCZYNSKI ARTIST SN DA VID L. HAMLETT F C5 WAYNE CAMBELL SALES REP. 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