Tulare (LKA 112) - Naval Cruise Book

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NWAQ , A xwfi ' f 72S'f5'W wwf-SWNWSMM ' is2zf.S f f1':f X N Qsfwnkffsfx fl WS QW X' 7 4 W 1 -.vc-vv-nn-1 Wx X v ,, , c :gg gf., , 1.1 , , , v. Ig ,x 4 ' ' ' . A , . ff , , 'R 1 Q L LW H 'K 3 'S gl! f"' "N 'nf 2 " X' , ,-1-K f'-'f-,, ,V 1 I j, , " W "R L""' , ,L L,-, 5 ' 1 1.7 ' f -' : . .4 A 4 S, ,qw F, , , 'mf ' 421 ,, f ,..- A 4' M Q. , , X T-W ', Q . K WW Y IL, ,N .yy ML f 4 f,-,, - 2, Q ', Qu? -' gf: R .f Z.,-4 L. ,,- I-R 4 ' 'Q :yt A if . SHIP'S HISTORY The USS TULARE QLKA-1121 is one of the modern Navy's newest and fastest attack cargo transports. Named for Southern California's Tulare County, the ship was commissioned on 12 January 196 . Possessing some of the most recent innovations in naval technology, the TULARE is capable of meeting a wide range of responsibilities. Her cargo handling ability is enhanced by four large cargo holds and four 60 ton cargo booms. The flight deck located on her stern en- ables the ship to medivac patients and transfer urgently needed sup- plies to beach heads. To assist in transferring men and material, the ship's compliment of nine LCM-6 assault craft are effective and de- pendable. Six 3"f50 caliber gun mounts proved the TULARE with the best defensive capability for an amphibious ship. Despite her large size - 564 feet in length, 76 feet in width, and displacement of 18,000 tons - the TULARE is capable of speeds greater than 22 knots. The TULARE set sail on 30 January 1969. While overseas, the ship served as a unit of the Navy's Seventh Fleet and as a part of Am- phibious Ready Group BRAVO. While serving with the ready group, the TULARE was combat-loaded with Marines, equipment, and logistic back-up supplies. The ship's company demonstrated the high degree of readiness during Operation Brave Armada. After serving seven and a half months in the combat zone, TULARE returned to San Diego on 15 September 1969. In addition to bringing her own crew home safely, the TULARE also brought elements of the lst Marine Light Anti-Aircraft Missile Battalion home from duty in Vietnam. W CAPTAIN T.B. RUSSELL JR. USN PAST COMMANDING CFFICER Captain Thomas B. Russell, Jr., attended the Naval Aviation Ca- det Program QV-5J in 1943, and was commissioned an Ensign in 1945. He served as an aviator with VF-8A and VF-72 before re- turning to school at Iowa State College. During the Korean Con- flict he served with Composite Squadron ELEVEN engaged in combat operations against North Korea. After completing General Line School in 1953, Captain Russell became a flight instruc- tor at Whiting Field, Pensacola, Florida. Later assignments include billets in USS SIBONEY, FAUTULANT Det B, VF-21 and duty with the Chief of Naval Operations in Washington, D.C., after Armed Forces Staff College. Captain Russell returned to the fleet in 1962 to serve as Ex- ecutive Officer. and then Com- manding Cfficer of Attack Squad- ron ONE FIFTY-FIVE. He later commanded Attack Car- rier Air Wing 14 engaged in com- bat operations in Southeast Asia. In 1966, he returned to Washing- ton to duty with the Joint Chiefs of Staff and to obtain a degree in political science at George Wash- ington University, prior to re- porting aboard TULARE. Captain Russell is married to the former Lee Bleir of Lafayette, Rhode Island. They have three children. Y I A E , Y W I I W I 6 X, COMMANDER W E CAUDILL USN EXECUTIVE OFFICER Commander William E. Caudill, U.S. Navy, is a native of Indianola, Illinois, and was graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1952. His first assignment was to the Norfolk based USS MARQUETTE QAKA-951. Subsequent sea duty as- signments have included tours in USS BENNER QDDR-80'7y, USS JALLAO CSS-368J, USS RUSH - MORE QLSD-145 and USS FORT MARION fLSD-225. Shore and staff assignments have included duty with Clarksville Base, Clarks ville, Tennessee, Staff of Com- mander Training Command, U.S. Pacific Fleet and as CTF 76 Rep- resentative, Okinawa. Mrs. Caudill is the former Evelyn F. O'Connell of Bronx, New York. She and Commander Caudill have four children: Alice, William Jr., Maryjane, and Maria. "We1come aboard, Captain!" The Command changes CHANGE OF COMMAND Proud moment in Danang Harbor as colors are honored, 1 i Captain Law and Captain Russell admire the cake prepared by the bakers Ship's Company present for the change of command ceremonies. Crew enjoys cake and punch to mark the occasion. in n N' V P in .W ' n 4 4 1 I V I A I L f ,,,v -.1.:.:-QF . ' V- '- - 1 CAPTAIN J.P. LAW USN PRESENT CCMMANDING OFFICER Captain Jason P. Law, U.S. Navy, is a native of Belvidere, Illinois, and was graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1948. His first assignment was to the Norfolk based destroyer USS DYESS QDDR- 880J. During the Korean War, he served aboard USS MERGANSER IAMS-201, where he was awarded the Navy Commendation Medal. Subsequent to attending Submarine School, he served in USS K-2 QSSK- 2y, USS TENCH ISS-4173, USS JACK ISS-259l, USS CRCAKER ISS-2463, and USS KITTIWAKE QASR-133. He has commanded USS SARDA ISS- 480l and USS SEA LEOPARD ISS- 483y. Shore and staff assignments have included duty with the Naval Ships Systems Command, Staff of Commander Anti-Submarine War- fare Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet, and Staff of Commander Submarine Squadron SIX. In June 1969, Captain Law assumed command of the USS TULARE QLKA-1127. Captain Law is a graduate of the Command and Staff Course at the U.S. Naval War College and holds the degree of Master of Arts in International Affairs from George Washington University. Mrs. Law is the former Sue Far- quharson of Washington, D.C. She and Captain Law have three chil- dren: Robert, Jason, and Ives. WestPac provisions are brought aboard. 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MW 1 4 imiiiiagxiiixiQXiihixx3xi1.xiiii W if p .-mp-v'.w 1,31 i11.f.1.,, L A ywuvliiilmlliamm Q V ,likiasuimie!!!1L1m1E2!f 525 mL i I 1 HIM i NWI + Ir! 4 1 u n N Y V HONG KUNG-CITY 0F A MILLION ENCHANTMENTS .W- 7? f r E E HQNG KONG-THE PEARL OF THE ORIENT SASEBO JAPAN LAND OF THE Rlsmc-5 SUN SASEBO PROVIDE US WITH A VIEW OF A DIFFERENT PEDPLE AND CULTURE - mlm I I N 1 w C 1 W r W N V n 1 w V i 3 7 ' A I ,N 1 3 , SAN DIEGO, HCME, AND LOVED CNES Y Tig: Q 4 K Q 0 QW' 'T' X 4 ww S WN "The old salt" Taking home the loot A'- ' I 4- X s. ' 1. Y' L I ,fk ' ,hy - f' 'Q- 4,v- .f fr 'E 1 1 Mr 'Q Jyl EL ,AW Q op I -184 . , 'f 125. x - 1 ?'.,,'g5','f I . rffgai g 2 ','1::' A' 5511, 1 . 4 f' ., " 7 , t A. .. f J I 4 'ff ' ,Q f . Y' ' X- ,ffvj -aw " ' , Ag, L. gh, 1 .faq N, 2 ,H 1 Ng- " ' ' ,E-. ,vgaf 1 g gk, f i rgyffkf v 1 .F , We lj if if! 4 H Q11 f' J J f .E ff :ff f V' 2 X fl ' x " U! H ' tl A 'W'-EQ DPERATIDN '1 J LC DR King Operations Officer lst LT Slate, USMC Combat Cargo Officer ! RMCS Westney Qssj OPERATIONS Behind the operations of USS TU- LARE, our major evolutions such as participating in a large am- phibious landing, and our routine procedures such as leaving and entering port, lie a great many plans and quantities of attention to detail. The effective use of com bat, tactical, and operational in- formation, coupled with our vital communications channels with the world about us are the responsi - bility of the Operations Depart- ment. Our radar, communications and other electronic equipment play a vital role in making TU- LARE a modern naval vessel. Chief Master-at-Arms OR DIVISIDN LTCjgD Challis OR Division Officer RMC Hunter: "I sure wish they'd put more pictures in these things." "What's this - a Casrept on OR Division?" RM2 Forshee RM2 Hinton RM2 Goldsmith RM3 Taylor RM3 Stieb RMSN Begley Ol DIVISICN 1 I 1 LT-gg, Schmitz RDSN Preston RDSN Ladasul OI Division Officer RDSN Ekblad CL ro RJ RD3 Miller, RD2 Karlberg, RD2 Stewert. "The Wheels" RD2 Groenenthal RD3 Mitchell: "I propose a toast . . . " R133 Loomis OCS DIVISION Z LTGSI Whitworth SM3 Hagel SMSA Nelson OCS Division Officer SM2 Russell: "They went thatawayf' SM3 Galvanz "Now when Capt. Law turns this way, I can get him right in the eyes." I should have stayed in the Navy for the fringe benefits. SM2 Simpson SM3 Hedgpeth 'A .' - N ,I ui IIQ 5"'y GI ' It Qu I 4 -A I x 1' K I . -mild? SM3 Lennon -'RI es ff-1iI Q I ' ' . - 1 K I. 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' : Z Qi 7 - 5 4 , Y Y -f- - v V H AT ,, ,Q ifnl-, , , l i fr E A F -il f i Y -H--f " -- - -.. -i - ft, - l , - .1 , 4 ,...... :.x Y I ,..-1 g P 9 C 5 I V as "S:-Q Q Fx I V .rg wifi, K. X W I VN- pri? .. X Q' A ,.::1' .x i ,P X 1 .,.,., U . -'SQF ,ll , ' Sol." X N7'x,j:,, 5 If Q . ,, J- 'V U N' ' ' ' . Q PFC: BW W I T75 uRNS2 'oou'T' '-'URW HSONJ THE B G OM 'TS UUAY. NAVIGATIGN as Lg-'W ':T"Q"""" 37 , -M ...Ll WJ 7' ' f , " M55 iwvffx Xxx 1 W 4 'X Al y b I I 1:-F, - " "f" i if 7 N. f ff U K , ff . Y ' I 9:5 -A 1' -X, AV X ,fm er: ' Q-. X552 E X' Vf 2 fy " -A In-wwirlmi-11 1 1 NX' xi A , 'f' N, ' J Y 1 f fifv X, , f X. 0 , Y If 1 'fy f 'X ' b Q17 ' I f 1 if 'ff ' f fd! K 6 f' f N ,. Q f f -' f uf 4 f W x' 1, 4 f W 9 fl 1 I x fi X . . j , . H f f f , f f M , , IM! IIIII V 'I , l k fill!! Xi' V XY J I! ,ff jk? .,'I'fj 1! K X M, fl JW xg A jf X f' A f 1:1 ff X k X , x MM ,uf r mx, 'N A X J ff !1,Wigv in l If ' 1 i wi Vliff ff ' H X- il 'EV' ' Q ff!! ' 4 if rt S- N' '- v 'ffff 1,434 , f A ' ' f , - X0 X 11456 - f V ' ,X 'if fLz"'3 W f I f:F- f f f ruff L M f fr V E Q, .X ff, 4?.f.QQfL l 'X ifiix x M! f ,4 'Y X' I-. ' XNQ? E K wx! If! A- 1 A f' f? 'NO K' ff' A QSM R - F-75Sa,ii l X p V K I ff ,fyf N , ,4 ff, 1 ' ff:7.T 4. lf! E X- . ' I I' l , x Q, .1 A 3 ' 'WWW + v f X 5 1 i 1 5 5 4 2 5 2 1 LTCjgj Jensen 5 Navigator . Q , I I i 1 50 NAVIGATION "Getting there is half the fun" 'for most of us, but someone had to worry about how to do it. Here are the experts at telling us where we were and predicting Where we would be. To do this they used everything at hand: Compasses, sextants, almanacs, fathometer, radar, charts, LORAN, dead reck- oning, and, sometimes, seaman's intuition. They looked at the stars, the sun, the land and the light - houses, and listened for the depth of the ocean. Some of the places where we headed were mighty small and the ocean mighty large, but, sure enough, we always ar- rived, and on time too. f Qr ,A I x .1 . X . .- .. V' gyp- 'D xl-'I 15... 1, If A., 4 . 1' 'v 1 fm , if X -Fw' ." W: A' fx . 5-ij-' F538 'JM ' -5--. -fu vm ' fy 4' 'av , g ,, X A V . uf.. - I. . sgay . -J ' - V iff. ' ' lil, ,, 7. , lv , E ma.: k 1 lsxi-'Wu -M, f 33' IA M . X , . l 'Atl , ,.: V , , ."." ' X . -A-X, 5 R, . ,I U: . y U 1 J 1 I A A ' 2 v,.' M W Xxx N, A I V, K . I, ,, lx, "f -"' :Eff-bv' 'Q - rf ' ' N - X ! ' 'A f ,f x . Tw? -f" I Q, , I K, A I . F 'm..j'I3-.Qg,ii5,xaZ,4, K, X i I ' , -4.51 9 ' " , ,,f' LQ , 5 r 1 " ff I I ! M Q Q iz 1,1 q'1 If S s. K , x f+ ,f X x ml N: I N N I Y I fi 7 F -y ' ' H . . ' wv gf a i 'Y IV X Q . Mglnq - V X A -h - - 5 if' x xx. f7 ei ff f N 5. NN , .Q -Q 1 LT Basset Deck Dept. Officer ENS Cauluwe rt Deck Dept. Admin. Asst. DECK TULARE's presence in the West- ern Pacific made available to United States Forces a large, car- go-carrying potential. Loaded with hundreds of Marines and tons of their combat equipment, TULARE was ready at any time to support an amphibious operation where that might have been necessary. For this purpose, TULARE's main battery was her landing craft and her primary strength, her cargo carrying ability. The men on the following pages are those who made this readiness possible in the Deck Department. The First and Second Divisions were responsible for six cargo holds, booms and rigging. Third Division manned and main- I tained all landing craft. LT Angst lst Division Officer IST olvlsloN SN Hogan SN Bidwell SN Conway BM3 Estep BM3 Gandy BM3 Catalino SN Teeters SN Ball SN Gunnde SN Koontz SN Adams SA Bunker SA Dobbins U 54 SN Davis SN Nelson SN Little SN Corral SA Degrado SA Jackson SA Harper SA McDonald SA Fulcher SA Skinner SA Clay SA Schnell BM3 Wells BM3 Zinkowski SN Chapman SN Riccio SN Lombardo SN Hemenway SN Holmes SN Demars SN Contraras SN Rickards SN Davis SN Manly BM2 Sundberg BM3 Thompson BM3 Rager LT Johnson 2nd Division Officer ZND DIVISION BM2 Farnsworth mamma LTCjgD Harper 3rd Division Officer ' Nil 'A a e , 5 MM w H 4 i K X mu., V w iw , 1 4 f f X X MU I X 'f N A 5 X X 9 X7 W, , Q Z WS X7 gf I E g if X f 5 J X X 'ff K QM ,V ff if -0 VU. RD DIVISIQN BM2 Turner BM3 Welch BM3 Browning BM3 Jefferson SN Story SN Johnson 'SN Dispagnan SN Rahner SN Baldwin SN Walker SN Libatique SN McDonald Some guys will do anything to keep their ears warm. , SN Boore SN Dumboski SN Hanahan SA Diaz SA Luax SA Crawley SA Chandler SA Nunnaly 'A drifty crew GMG2 Whitt GMG2 Shane FT2 McG1augh1in FT2 Cooper TH DIVISICN LTCjgD Clark 4th Division Officer V "Well, no sir .... we missed the carrier, but it's awful far away." ' GMG3 Jenson GMG3 Bracy GMG3 Albach GMG3 Soppe SA Mingle SA Shaw DECK DEPARTMENT SNAPS a X a ug. rv " MEf an 1 Zfgfff-'Z U Z' ,131 FANJ7' WHA7- caan-? -v s I .-- 6. 2-Ax . ,551 .w.f-wf'jfff I p .LT 'rf , r , .,f , nu. . wfmwwwvwvwz'-5fi" f, TQ, 1 A f.1,mf,5-5,2-,,-,-f fi :fr . ,r 2,4 .X:.:n.f- V ...r LT Knowles Engineering Officer CWO Phenix V B gl M Division Officer WO-1 James Damage Control Assistant ENGINEERING From oars to sail to steam the motive power of ships and the efficiency with which they are propelled have been a decisive factor in naval strength. Perhaps the feature of TULARE which marks her most obiously as a superior amphibious ship is her speed. The operation of the main propulsion plant and of the en- gines which power the ship's landing craft, repairs and nec- essary additions to the hull of ship and boats and the care and feeding of ship's electrical power plants and the major portion of all equipment on board requiring engineering skill were jobs re- quiring the constant attention and knowledge of the men you see on these pages. CWO-2 Phenix Main Propulsion Assistant BTI Covel BT1 Dennett BT3 Smith BT3 Picket BT3 Alton SN Richerdson SN Shetterly SN Young SN Lynn SA Barns SA Schultz SA Sapp B DIVISION BT1 Ard MMCVMS DIVISICN MM1 Fathoy MM2 Maynard MM3 Schapp MM3 Hill MM3 Kelso MM3 Gilmore MM3 Demartinie SN Hudson SN Coshow SA McComb SA Bjugstadt SA Rogers LTCjgD Gladson LTCjgJ Parker A Division Officer Asst. A Division Officer ENCS Nelley MM 1 Iwashita MM2 Davison MM2 Lewis EN3 Roberts EN3 Titus A DIVISION Qnm :WI YN3 Webber EN3 Wilkins EN3 Burns EN3 Snyder EN3 Buzi EN3 Stollsteimer EM3 Donahue EN3 Beck EN3 Kason EN3 Parra EN3 Kessler EN3 Swanson EN3 Jaeschke E DIVISION LTCjgJ Gordon E Division Officer LTCjgD Milton Asst. E Division Officer hz lixzwfsqk Www,.,xm 198511 M ggmzth w,i.wf' SN Akins SA Taylor SA Dunn IWQI!-L i Wm EM2 Gillig IC2 Kresta EM3 A11en EM3 Seimer EM3 Donahoe SN Stewert ICSN Bessie ICSN Tyne ' 1 DIVISION ff NM .4 ,,,,, .fff QW, 2 4 jfziywfb .. ' www ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT SNAPS , V X. W ,.XX , Xff 7 i5517"'Yf Zi-X Cf' ."""" ,fmw kvw X. , ' Q' 32 - ' '4 fw - 13 X f ' ' ft? F" - ,-X-Q -- -9 ,M -' ' , X QX-w WX-mX0'wfef+As 5 K V, X 3' -- 'f .X 1 Z-s f 4 ' S 'f x 'Z ? 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Qfjy' I' 41 ,.. ,iEZl7' A V' 7 I I r""" S -24 11 f .. LT Dahlan Supply Officer LTC3gD Gamonos Asst Supply!D1sburs1ng Officer SUPPLY We speak of a ship as "she" and like most ladies, a ship requires constant attention and consumes large amounts of goods. In TU- LARE'S case, everything, from ice cream to radio parts. Trying to keep this lady satisfied was the never-ending job of the Supply De- partment. The men of Supply had to cater to TULARE's every need and ours too. They had to predict what we were going to require well in advance so that when we were out to sea and could not go around the corner to the store, we didn't have to do without. A brief list of Supply Department functions in- clude: stocking, cooking, feeding, cleaning, catering, hair cutting, washing, tailoring, buying, sell- ing and, need we add, paying us. S Dlvlslou SKCS Owens SD2 Gabyo l SK2 Knoll SK2 Hamblin CS2 Kamps SK2 Kennedy SD2 Almonte SK3 Schardinger SHL3 Engle SD3 Toledo TN Reyes SN Bright TN Tan TN Cruz TN Baytan TN Abadies TN Aduna SN Stolman SN Reydell SN Cox SUPPLY DEPARTMENT SNAPS E 1, Q 5 L i W l K s w 0 1 Z ,,, ,..... -.,. I l H rx 76 4 1 1 I 1 LT Ziska, MC Medical Officer MEDICAL Keeping us alive wasn't too press- ing a job, but for keeping us healthy, we were lucky TULARE had a fine sickbay and it was a good thing the Doctor and the Corpsmen were along. They gave us one of our first experiences of a Westpac cruise, in the arm with a needle, and after that they were busy the whole time with ship's sanitation and the care of those who, in spite of all their ef- forts, landed in Siokbay. An apple a day per man would not have been a sufficient substitute for the effort of the Medical Department. l ig ii iii I. gm I IN wi Ili 1, 1 I 4 5 I 'I I I R 1 1 ww, H DIVISION i HMC Leslie HMI Phillips HM2 Sludge "The Great White Whale" HM2 Lopez MEDICAL DEPARTMENT sNAPs LEISURE TIME 0N THE LINE .Q .3?g3.'f'g5-K g' 'P -Ft I ., QQKQQMLQY D C' X Ll' I X xxvcjy 1 ' xxx Xxx K 'iff' H ff ff X7 : 5 is f 2, Q Q X ff ' V . N f ' ' I f J X fi 7 bb X9 : , WE, i f fx, X f D ,fi fgg 5 ' f :V 9 5 Q w A f' ' fvf ff ix , gr Z, I I , ,4 , L 4 D Fx M ' Wu J !! ' . , gLff fi" N 2 I 1 ! ,Mx J' Q X X mf' -CTKAN 1 X it ,- A 5 Wm X: J , W f ,,, f ,+ , E IA V C.-fn 7 Qye ff:?j1,5f I!!! I f H L I iff! Al' V f ' g ', f?i.,jiff H X V ff , X ' f fi ,ff ., X1 Q! .Z - X ff . f af S K id 1 -Xl7'g1k 7 L f! X f' f kx X ' ' W ff ' f X 1 k W P' I na 2! 3 x ff 1, ' X ' W . 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