Truckee (AO 147) - Naval Cruise Book

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P, , nb v - , S' ' , ,Q If V' EQ 21 r t jj , w I 57 ' 1 - li 5 9, .' il -: 3 K sr 1 ' I I' il I ' ji f I 41,4 0 Mediterranean Cruise I 970 Xa so APRIL thru 18 NQVEMBER 1 USS TRUCKEE QAO-1475 is one of the fastest and largest oilers in the United States Navy. She was commissioned at the Philadel- phia Naval Shipyard in 1955, and is home- ported in Norfolk, Virginia. Her primary mission is the complete underway replenish- ment of petroleum products to the fleet at sea. TRUCKEE was named after the Truckee River which flows through western Nevada and eastern California. The Truckee River was named after an Indian Chief who, in 1844, befriended a party of lost, thirsty pioneers near the river. her mission her hi tory Throughout her distinguished ca- reer, TRUCKEE has steamed many miles and pumped many millions of gallons of fuel in support of Second and Sixth Fleets. She has been involved in fleet exercises from the Arctic Circle to the Equator and from the Caribbean to the Eastern Mediterranean. During the Cuban Missile Crisis and more recently during the Jordanian Crisis of 1970 TRUCKEE played a major role in the support of the Fleet. TRUCKEE has indeed excelled in her role as the "Can-do, Will-do" ship. A crew of seventeen officers and 266 enlisted men keep the super oiler TRUCKEE has deployed to the Medi- terranean with the U. S. Sixth Fleet seven times, each time serving as flag- ship for Commander Service Force Sixth Fleet. During this deployment TRUCKEE fueled 251 ships and pumped over 44,739,475 gallons of fuel in support of the Sixth Fleet. She also visited eight ports in four different countries. servicing the fleet. TRUCKEE is over 100 feet longer than the Washington Monument is tall, her overall length is 655 feet l0 inchesg her beam is 86 feet 4 inches, and her displacement is 40,000 tons. TRUCKEE is equiped to carry an underway replenishment group Comman- der and his staff. TRUCKEE also has a helicopter landing platform which en- ables her to conduct vertical replenish- ment along with fueling operations. CAPTAIN R. L. MURRILL, USN COMMANDING OFFICER 20 January, 1969 to 2 JUI1e, 1970 Captain Robert L. MURRILL, United States Navy, a native of Bonne Terre, Missouri, was commissioned upon graduation from North- western University in June 1946. He served in USS OKALOOSA QAPA 2193 and USS FISKE CDD 8423 prior to reporting to Submarine School in January 1950. Subsequently while in the Submarine Force, he served in USS CORPORAL QSS 3463, USS TROTTA QSS 4213, Staff Submarine School as Instructor Officer's Course, USS SEAFOX QSS 4023 as Executive Officer and commanded USS BLUEBACK QSS 5813. He has also served as Operations and Plans Officer on the Staff of Commander Submarine Flotilla ONE. Other duties have included post-graduate studies in Stanford University, Bureau of Naval Personnel and under instruction in the Armed Forces Staff College, Norfolk, Virginia. Prior to assignment as Commanding Officer of the USS TRUCKEE QAO 1473, his most recent duty was Commander Submarine Division FIFTY- THREE. Captain MURRILL and Mrs. MURRILL, the former Jeanne M. Manson of Desloge, Missouri reside in Norfolk, Virginia with their three children, Teresa, Sandra and Robert, Jr. h I1 of OITIITIBI1 Cage C d June 1970 aples, Haly f X W fl! f W f ' f ' :f Q73 SUS!-f A M5 4-fS,4?'Sffa,s E vw . ' SMWW 44 m WW,-4....WQx , X ivy f ff Q X 1'WsfySf,, L' ,V 1 Q W YS X Z 4 N 15 7 I k - Z CAPTAIN ROBERT E. OECHSLIN COMMANDING OFFICER ASS UMED COMMAND 2 Jurle 1970 Captain Robert E. OECHSLIN was born in Hempstead, New York and began his career as a Naval Aviation Cadet in 1943. He was com- missioned an Ensign and designated a Naval Aviator in December 1945, and thereafter as- signed to Fighter Squadron FIVE at San Diego, California. His aviation career also included a Korean combat tour in F9F Panther aircraft operating from U. S. S. ORISKANYQ an Air Force Air Defense Command tour in the 539th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, and a tour as an F9F Cougar flight instructor. In 1959 he was trained in A-4, Skyhawk aircraft and partici- pated in three deployments with this light attack aircraft operating from the U. S. S. ROOSEVELT. During this period Cin 1962 and 19635 he was assigned as Commanding Officer of Attack Squadron TWELVE. Captain OECHSLIN is a graduate of the U. S. Air Force Command and Staff College, the U. S. Naval War College, and holdsa degree from the George Washington University in Po- litical Sciences. His most recent duties include tours as Lieutenant Commander Assigmnent Officer in the Bureau of Naval Personnel, Com- mander Attack Carrier Air Wing SIX, and Op- erations Officer on the staff of the Commander Carrier Division SEVEN operating in the Gulf of Tonkin. Captain OECHSLIN is married to the former Phyllis STAFFORD of Hempstead, New York. They have a daughter, Janet, age 14. COMMANDER L.J. CARLSON EXECUTIVE OFFICER A native of Webster Groves, Missouri, Commander CARLSON first joined the Navy in 1951 as a Midshipman NROTC student at Van- derbilt University. After graduating and re- ceiving his commission in 1955, he served on- board the USS JOHN A. BOLE QDD-7557 as the DCA and Engineering Officer. From June until December of 1958, Commander CARLSON at- tended Submarine School. Subsequently he served as the Operations and Weapons Officer on the USS SALMON QSS-5731, as Navigator and Opera- tion Officer on the USS SEGUNDO QSS-398Jg and as Executive Officer on the USS BLACKFIN QSS-3223. He has also served on the staff of CINCPACFLT. Commander CARLSON has attended the Navy Defense Intelligence School in Washington D. C. Prior to becoming Executive Officer of the USS TRUCKEE in October 1969, he worked in Resources Management division' of the staff of COMSUBPAC. Commander CARLSON is married to the former Elizabeth SHATTUCK of Brazil, Indi- ana. The CARLSON family resides in Virginia Beach with their two daughters, Catherine and Christine. AN! uf 7 , W ,. ,,,, , Z Z Z 4 1- XWQ ' 4 V23 H I , 'S ,Wi .A -' WWW X33 at - EQ 2 fi ,g f fx 7 Q- 9239 ff I A , 4 I ,, if f S , f Q I ,, x 1 f K 2 ffin-gy ff- 4 X - Q X X Q Q y , , . g - X' w ,NX Y , Q Z . 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NARRON COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER ASSISTANT COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER RADIOMEN RM2 Perciaccanto RMSN Skizirn RM2 Lassiter RM3 Jennings RMSN Campbell SN Whitenmyer J. RAMIREZ, RMC N WW X V in W U XZ!-'-5 S , E1 'ag V SM2 Vernier SM2 Martin SM3 Newton SN Frailey SMSA Frank Thi s is I-Iairlip Sierra C0H81'afU1afi0US fffwf ,K fw 'ff XJ! 'www Qi, ,,,i ,ww I ., ,fi 19 'M ,Q wg if af' w s LT. PALMER ENGINEERING OFFICER 4221 MM2 Warnes MM3 Johnson W, W if f , , f 'Q W?!W 7, S, ,fx X I 7 f X I W f ff ,SW W , i f M! f X 4 , S' r. ,552 f- 7,9 ff gf MVN Z , , , MM3 Nelson W ,. ,V 1 A K 'ff , if ', x ff i f if' ,g i 71, ,Q X 5, f V reef MM3 Lamb 1 X X 7 far ff f f X :W f xg 1' 2? ' , W or If Z Z 1 , skf MM3 Ellis ,,.,, ' W j f f o,, ff-'Z' , ,Z ' If X , 4 FN Harrell -.L -- r CWO2 K. L. PIERSOL MAIN PROPULSION ASST. MM1 Bancroft f f f fphff S w X 4 4 i X K 4' Z ? K , s f X 51 V AA MM3 Latiolais N fi? .M ,, Wt ff X vs, ,, I ,X A Zfswf - ., ,,,, .. x, . FN Pliauplis H. J. 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X fig, 1 f N If I get a buck a plece for each peace symbol SFP2 Pratt SFM2 Hawkes DC3 Carey '--D 5 ' DC3 Crow SF3 Howard DC3 Poirier DCFN Felix FN Curylo FA Burbank 4 W TRW .-' , if W f L 7 W "WV, , 5 ' , ,, PQ, I We 4 X, QNX ff V, Ars? Z K W ff Wg? 7 f X ff f f 1 W X 4 V! 5 ' 4 W f ff 4 f ,I Zi W, f 7 S, 7 ff l ,,, f I EM3 Olp - ff L -h , .I , ,i . I .I f fyfmxw ,, Q I ,Z , 52, ' I ,V ,I ,W wf IC3 Cravens E DIVISION OFFICER 1 V i I I 1 1 I 4 I LTJG. R. W. COSGRIFF O. M. WOOD, EMC I 1 I l A I I 1 I L ,W ,, A 1 ,, P , fwsf 1 3,5 f I Z is ' Z lf' ' . V AX , kv , 4 , , 2 , , fi I 3' I file f ff? 1 JP! I 1 EM1 Cajucom IC1 Carpenter IC2 Bauserman r EM3 Davis EM3 Thorngren EM3 Shovlin EM3 Bodamer FN Anderson EMFA Settles f 3 I I Home Brew I TRUCKEE has been awarded the "E" for excellence in Engineering for the period of 1 July 1969 to 30 June 1970. During the award period, TRUCKEE completed an ex- tensive shipyard overhaul, three weeks of intensive refresher training at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and progressed well into the present deployment with the Sixth Fleet. The shipyard overhaul was completed in a four month period, which is considerably less than normal, and all of the ship's operational commitments were met with an exceptional degree of engineering readiness and reliability. I thought the barbecue was on the fantail ENS. J. E. JOLLY J. P. BAKER, BMCS F. D. SMITH, HMC SHIP'S SECRETARY CHIEF MASTER AT ARMS YN1 McClure YN3 Scott PN3 Andrews ff, X fyf xy f Q ,f W 9, Wssf ' Q - 'Hfs fs s SW. wt, ,f W gs W 1 , 7 sf f X ,V , " ,f W S 4 I X , X .7 , ff T v f. X z f ,. fs .....A is ,L ZW .. V W 7s 4' 7 J W kk WNZJWX ' ff A YN3 Pajor SN O'Ma11ey HM3 Davis 2 . 24 A A Just six more years, Scott SN Fraser PCSN Shipley LT. P. J. SEYFRIED SUPPLY OFFICER SUPPLY DEPART ENT 7 - ' Q 5 f A A W M MQ , X' f NJ? W X! ff . 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' VAL PERSONNEL AT THE END OF EACH MONTH Square your hat away sailor Capri, a pleasant escape from Naples NAPLES .... 0Ur and here we have the only drinking fountain in Naples .. Home Sweet Home Pompel example of a lack of PMS Maybe a httle gas w111 make lt go h0lT19 HWHY fI"0l11 h0fTl9' First division in action! I W1 Three memi J 'I 4 Yes Toby, You May Big Bad Slore Patrol 1 ,, If - 5 I always wondered about the FTS. 4 ,- 4 ,. f f WZ? . xrisv.. - H , , , ..,. S , gl, N nu -, . . . .1 ,W V, 9' V 1 " f-Q '.5v!.J" k"k77""'if .V f ' 'Wx -', 4 if w xfnfr , ' ff ,f 'W ' f 'ff " , 5? Y , 4 yi If L U ,A A kk, C' f,.zZQ-ff f P" ,.., . , ' A. ,-'Q WW I JCW , M sr -- W h' G 'Q V W W .:, ff" 4 ' .W W , ,, , 1 Q M ,. M... 10 cents gets you a return trip ST. PAUL' S True Grits orable days in th Eternal City X if ff 2 'Q 4, 1 i A Y , of AW-ffs , 'f s ff ,4 , A a f , M YN' ' 'X ,Kari - ...VV I - S f -, ff V nkvgl Looks like chow is late again E J. A. HOWARD, FN O R. L. MALONE, SN MONTH OF AUGUST MONTH OF SEPTEMBER SAILOR ofthe MONTH D. P. HELMINAK, QMSN G. W. GELL, YN3 MONTH OF OCTOBER MONTH OF NOVEMBER carefree days on the Riviera What did Ops. f d p 1 B1 Be h 9 ii t 1 A J t f vewgbw W K A A 4 , , 3 ATH E N .... 2,400 n i i f i get a I Mr. Pete at the flea market! Q. A I Where have all the young girls gone? i - . ' X ' u 1 , .. ' W , i 5 I What a place for a rock garden Mini skirts are "in" in Greece I finally found a use for my wife years of hi tory in days. View of the Acropolis ction packed days and fun Many enjoyed the bullfight 3 Formentormrelaxation on the beach N I Pa1ma's waterfront Barbecue at old Spanish ranch Beach-discotheque party filled night e They danced till dawn ., 4., 511:mw,: 'fy 5 Y M 5 1, . , ,QT 2 LH. . , Pg, Z ., ,,1,g. nw' H. N PF-'Lv ff L 1, L I 4 , A 2, f'-M If diff Q! .wff , ii Q: 2251? 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