USS Enterprise (CVN 65) - Naval Cruise Book

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Carrier Air Wing Six came aboard June 22. 1962. to form. along with-ENTERPRISE. the most powerful seaborne unit in existence at that time. ln August. ENTERPRISE joined the Sixth Fleet in the Medi- terranean for her first deployment. Following her return to Norfolk on Oct. 11. 1962. she was assigned for a month to the U.S. Navy blockade involved in the Cuban crisis. After return- ing in September 1963 from a second Sixth Fleet deployment. the Big "E" alternated periods in port with deployments at sea with the Second Fleet until Feb. 8, 1964. when she once again returned to the Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean. On May 13. the world's first nuclear-powered task force was formed. bringing ENTERPRISE together with the guided missile cruiser USS LONG BEACH and the guided missile frigate USS BAINBRIDGE. On July 31, the three ships were designated Task Force One and sent on "Operation Sea Or- bit', a 49.190 kilometer l30.565 milel voyage around the world. ENTERPRISE and her nuclear-powered sisters per- formed a new feat in naval history by steaming 52,465 engine kilometers l32,600 milesl without a single replenishment or refueling. In October 1964. ENTERPRISE returned to Newport News Shipbuilding and Drydock Company for her first refueling and overhaul. She was ready for sea again the following Spring. The nuclear-powered surface force soon transferred to the U.S Pacific Fleet. With Carrier Air Wing Nine reporting aboard in September, the Big "E" joined the Seventh Fleet on Nov. 21. 1965, and became the first nuclear-powered warship to engage in combat. During the next six months. Big "E" planes carried out bombing raids against the enemy military transport and sup- ply areas, bridges and coastal shipping in Vietnam. ENTERPRISE concluded her first combat cruise, arriving at her homeport of Alameda, Calif. on June 21, 1966. ENTERPRISE again left the United States on Nov. 19 to rejoin the Seventh Fleet. Following a brief call at Pearl Harbor. she sailed for her second combat cruise in the Gulf of Tonkin. Air Wing Nine planes were again in the air over North Vietnam by Dec. 18. beginning six months of combat. On March 27. 1967, ENTERPRISE was awarded the battle Efficiency her first award as part of the Pacific Fleet. The cruise ended in June with 13,400 battle missions flown, and ENTERPRISE returned to Alameda July 6. On Oct. 9, the Secretary of the Navy announced that the Big "E" had won the Navy Unit Commendation during her 1966-67 deployment. After Christmas at Alameda, ENTERPRISE sailed again on Jan. 3, 1968, for her third Western Pacific Cruise. On Jan. 23. ENTERPRISE was suddenly ordered into the Sea of Japan. following the seizure of USS PUEBLO by North Korea. She remained in the area nearly a month as the flag- Cont. on page 10 1 5.41 'Ji Opposite Page: USS Enterprise. the worlds first nuclear powered aircraft carrien keel ia ying at Newport News Shipbuilding and Drydock Company. 1958. llnsetl Completely refurbished Enterprise underway for 1982-83 WES TPAC Cruise. This Pago: Hull No. 546 takes shape. 1958. l-listoryi5 ,,.. ..,..,.,.a..,,.,..-....-............a..-- .... ,.. , ..-rm -'---1-v1ilnaf4'srirle1rrf1f"v'y-ggegv-nrgv-m7rf-f-'---. 1 1 fyly , ,, KI Lv . 6' 'll' ---I-v My B ., ' " f ' mia lF?ight1 Enterprise under construction at Newport News Shipbuilding. 7959 lLeftl Mrs. William B Franke. wife of the Honorable William B, Franke. former Secretary of the Navy. christening Enterprise during launching ceremonies. Sept. 24. 7960 Fa !,, is ig- ll., Ll' sg ' if, l 5. 5 1 1 rt' 5' 1 . I ' "H 'Kwik I I 6lHistory E .,.....v.....-.-....-.,-..-.........- -- ....... -... -...-L T - --.....- 71... 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On June 26. the Big "E and her veteran air wing finished their third combat deployment. - ENTERPRISE arrived in Alameda on July 18. made a brief Call in her homeport. and departed July 27 for minor overhaul at the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard in Washington. She left Bremerton on Sept. 28. After Christmas in port. she departed California on Jan. 6. 1969. arriving in Pearl Harbor on Jan 11. when she began preparing for her operational readiness inspection off the Ha- waiian Islands. On Jan. 14. the ship was struck by an unfortunate and untimely disaster. Fire and explosions resulted after a missile on an aircraft on the flight deck was accidentally set off. cost- ing the lives of 28 crewmen. the loss of 15 aircraft. and exten- sive damage to her flight deck. The ship returned to Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard. Crewmen and Pearl Harbor employees began immediate repairs on the Big The efforts and cooperation of these men were such that the worlds mightiest carrier was again ready for sea on March 5. After five days of sea trials. the Big "E" departed Hawaii on March 11. en route to Yankee Station for her fourth Vietnam tour. She reached the Gulf of Tonkin March 31. beginning immediate air strikes against the enemy. When the North Koreans shot down a Navy EC-121 recon- naissance aircraft on April 16. ENTERPRISE was once again ordered into the Sea of Japan. where she was joined by three other carriers and numerous support ships. As flagship for the newly reinstated Task Force 71. ENTERPRISE became an integral part of the largest task force assembled in more than 25 years. . ENTERPRISE returned to Alameda in July 1969 and soon sailed for her new homeport in Norfolk. Va.. arriving in August 1969. I . From Norfolk, the giant carrier returned to the Newport News Shipbuilding and Drydock Company where she under- went her second refueling and overhaul. Having been refitted and refueled, ENTERPRISE completed her sea trials in Janu- ary 1971 and then began the trip around South America for her homeport at Alameda, Calif. ln July, ENTERPRISE arrived at the Subic Bay Naval Base in the Rebulic of the Philippines, and later that month, began her first line period of the cruise in the Gulf of Tonkin. After a six day port visit to Singapore in September, EN- TERPRISE and the nuclear-powered guided missile frigate USS BAINBRIDGE commenced a transit into the Indian Ocean. During this transit, Task Group 77.5 demonstrated the quick response of nuclear vessels. conducted extensive train- ing gperations, and collected hydrographic and meteorologi- ca ata. After ENTERPRlSE's run into the Indian Ocean and the Java Sea. she returned to Subic Bay on Oct. 2. After a 10-day stay. she returned to Yankee Station in the Gulf of Tonkin. On Dec. 10, while on the line, ENTERPRISE received orders to proceed to the Malacca Straits south of Singapore and await further orders. This movement was a result of the Indo- Pakistani War, which had begun a few days earlier. While awaiting further orders, ENTERPRISE was joined by several destroyers and a helicopter carrier. This task force became Contingency Force, Seventh Fleet, with ENTER- PRISE as its flagship. Shortly after its formation, the task force was ordered to proceed into the Indian Ocean. On Elan. 7. 1ta72'. SNTECISIPRISE received orders to cease opera ions in e n ian cean an roceed ' . ENTERPRISE ended her fifth West?Pac d9lg3IJEf:g:1i gg!! headed home. arriving in Alameda Feb. 12. 10fHistory . -E .-.. . .. ,Tn W ,,,Y,,Y , 1 I . nl-aonnsarn-,,...4........, , -, , , " .""' f""f '. '!"CfP!4' On Sept 12. 1972. ENTERPRISE departed Alameda for ner sixth combat OGDIOYITIBHI to Southeast Asia The arrival of 1973 brought good news to ENTERPRISE and the world. the announcement of a cease-fire in Vietnam In March 1973. ENTERPRISE earned her second Battle Efficiency E for attack aircraft .carriers of the Pacific Fleet The ship left Subic BQWVISYBO to'ret'ur'ri to-her homeport of Alameda. On July 30. ENTERPRISE sailed from Alameda to Bremer- ton. WA.. and Puget Sound Naval Shipyard. for a six-month shipyard period of alterations and refitting in preparation for taking on the Navy s newest fighter aircraft. the F -14A Tom- Cat. Returning to Alameda in early February 1974. ENTER- PRISE began refresher training. carrier qualifications and air wing operations. In August. ENTERPRISE won her third Bat- tle Efficiency "E ' for Pacific Fleet aircraft carriers. On Sept. 17. ENTERPRISE departed Alameda for her sev- enth deployment to the Western Pacific and the first oper- ational deployment overseas for the Tomcat. Between October and December. ENTERPRISE conducted routine operations in the South China Sea. After spending Christmas and New Years at Subic Bay. ENTERPRISE got underway on Jan. 7. 1975 to begin her fourth cruise in the Indian Ocean. A four-day visit to Mombasa. Kenya in early February was followed by disaster relief operations at Mauri- tius. a tiny island nation in the Indian Ocean that had been struck by a devastating cyclone. The 40-day excursion into the Indian Ocean ended with a four-day visit to Singapore in February while en route to Subic Bay. On April 29. ENTERPRISE aircraft flew 95 sorties in sup- port of operation Frequent Wind. the evacuation of Saigon. After a 15-day transit from Subic Bay. the Big "E" arrived at Alameda on May 20. 1975. ENTERPRISE left Alameda July 30. 1976 on her eighth Western Pacific deployment. The ship arrived in the Philip- pines Sept. 6. Operation Kangaroo ll in the Coral and Tasman Seas with ships of the Australian and New Zealand navies followed. ENTERPRISE visited Hobart. Tasmania from Oct. 29 to Nov. 5. ,On Jan. 15. ENTERPRISE left Subic for the first all-nuClear- powered excursion into the Indian Ocean since 1964. The ship was joined by the guided missile cruisers LONG BEACH and TRUXTUN, and the submarine TAUTOG. The long at-sea period was broken by a visit to Mombasa, Kenya Feb. 19-23. Following the Indian Ocean cruise, ENTERPRISE made a final stop in Subic before leaving for Alameda March 17. She arrived in Alameda March 28. 1977. On April 4, 1978, ENTERPRISE departed Alameda for her ninth Western Pacific deployment. From April 4 to May 4, ENTERPRISE participated in RIMPAC-78, a four nation naval exercise involving 42 ships, 225 aircraft and about 22.000 Cont. on page 12 f .- ' ' :.'..':' ,N--' -- A- . ---'--' - V.. -:.-- -- f -1-his-'M -' ---- - 4 x - - .......-..- .Sza- -.-gannslh 1 'EA ...- M7 '-sf.. i u 1 ,'v.n 4 1' YQA 0 ' 1 be-4 l I Opposite Page: Greek Royal family onboard Enterprise during Operation Sea Orbit. 1964. This Page: l Top Leftl Senator Barry Goldwater visits Big "E 1964. l Top Righti A-1H Skyraiders from VA-65 ' aboard Enterprise for 1963 Med. cruise. lMiddle Lefti 4 Enterprise sailors make E 2 MC2 on flight deck during ' Sea Orbit. 1964. lMiddle Right! Captain Vincent P dePoix. Enterprise 's first CO welcomes filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock. 1963. fLeftj During Big "E " 's visit to Perth. 4 Western Australian Premier Brand is greeted by Ltjg. Robert J. Spane. at right, who was to become X O of Enterprise in April of 1981. ' Hustoryl11 5 1 iw ... -.... --f - -. 1. .-'-::':1'::-'-'1f2"14--2. . Z" -4-'1 " ' H .,. f...f:-vl'e-r-:-jr-v'e-'fer.gng,,,,,,.,,..,.....w:.- I-IISTCDRY men. Maritime forces from the United States, Canada, Aus- tralia and New Zealand participated in the exercise. After a short visit to Pearl Harbor, ENTERPRISE entered Subic Bay. RP for the first-of-four visits on 17 May. Following a 16-day operational period the ship was bound for Hong Kong. During this period, a group of 13 Vietnamese refugees were picked up from a sinking sampan about 90 miles west of Luzon, R.P. They were fed, clothed, and then transferred to USS HULL for further transit to Subic. On July 5, ENTERPRISE left Subic Bay en route to the Indian Ocean with a three-ship task group to conduct training operations. The 33-day excursion was broken by a port visit to Perth, Australia. After leaving Perth on Aug. 12, ENTER- PRISE participated in the two-day Beacon South exercise conducted with units of the Royal Australian Air Force and the HMAS STUART. Leaving the Indian Ocean, via the Sunda Strait. ENTERPRISE proceeded to Singapore, participating in MERLIN VI against Singapore Navy patrol craft and their Air Force Hunters and A-4's. After a three-week stay in Subic, ENTERPRISE headed north towards Okinawa on 16 September for the first phase of Readiex 1-79. Returning to Subic, CTF-77 and Staff disem- barked. After two days of storm evasion in the South China Sea, ENTERPRISE commenced the return transit to CONUS on October 12. ENTERPRISE arrived at Pearl Harbor on Oc- tober 22, where the ship embarked 200 "Tigers", participat- sons of crewmembers, for the transit to its homeport at ameda. ' After a stand-down period. ENTERPRISE proceeded to the SOCAL operating area, where she conducted carrier qualifi- cations through December. On December 4,,,Air Wing Eleven was embarked and the ship sailed for a 10-day operation period. During this at-sea period, 'Air Wing Eleven conducted refresher air operations, cyclic operations and a successful Mine Warfare certification. The Air Wing flew off on December 15 and the ship returned to Alameda for the holidays. When the Big "E" set sail again from Alameda on January 9. 1979 it was for her 30-month temporary berth at the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard in Bremerton, Wash., to undergo a comprehensive overhaul, the first since the ship was launched. The unique feature about the two-day cruise was that approximately 500 families of ship's company were aboard with their crewman sponsors. This was the third time in ENTERPRlSE's 17-year history that dependents of the crew were embarked for an excursion between Alameda and Bremerton. , 12lHistory 1 I li I il if li 'E ,,.,, .., r v f Q. ., TP' . lpn- Y-I ,lfv V ,:",,g ',- li!-1 .'1-. ,, .li -ij I .'Q at . ,Ilan ill. ',l:. HL' .91 911 ,lg 1 '.,' It 51 T1 2 'N J tl.. if " 3 if .4 Z cg I I sax E ll Y E 9 F Q 1 E ig.. in , , . , , ..4..,,.-,Z , ,- z - -- H5 3,1 ' mucoupuu.aurenenleemamonmlu5- Q Sol-l-bb gugmpqgq Ulbentlestuisheda ' 9 , , A, the ENTERPMSE GW , , 'NV epeceendhead hciy - I total of 5.200 berths. ' AlU:.:lhe thettesulhdlrorntltlsprogsm 'll'-' Ill!!! herlhe. redesigned lounges. eddl al Pl'WUlSillSlillywlces.relurblshedlookersand better HUUVUHBIIDII. .From mast to keel. ENTERPRISE was completely refur- hrshei Al systems were checked. overhauled and restored tollrloperatsonalstatus.Asaresult,theshlpwasllkenew, lnolugtouuardtlueiutueerldevenmoresuccessasthebeer- erofthemusti1striousnemeintheNevy-ENTERPFllSE! 4 .b -au-:a..:....,.n, J, .. , . .f ' td.-- af 'fl-rn , 1 ' - ' rf . 'rf ,err A A i "' ' l ' at .A 1 1 ' I sim., em, nik Q1 : V ' -nf , Q Q' I, -2 1 , '11-nj 'II 11. Y i 11 4 if . fri- ,mgl ...Alf ' sf, Opposite Page:1Topl Big "E" in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on return trip to Alameda following second refueling and overhaul in Newport News. 1971. iBottoml At Alameda. early 703, from left, USS Coral Sea JCV-431. USS Hancock fCV-191. USS Oriskany 1CV-341. USS Enterprise 1CVN-657. This Pago: fTopl Enterprise participates in HIMPAC '78 during 9th deployment with naval units of U.S.. Canada, Australia and New Zealand. fAbovel Enterprise enters port at Hobart. Tasmania. 1976. 1Leftl Leaving the Indian Ocean. Nuclear Tnk Group. USS Enterprise. USS Long Beach. and USS Truxton, 1978. Hmowna 1 . . Y -- Y - - Y-Y ,Y V ,Y sw., -- ---"f"+.ianu, ....-.-. . f..-lm-s-more--u--'--W---1---W .--- -FFT ff' 'F' -' -"' ' ' - ""-G , . . gm-3-s-r.u!,,,,.....-1.9mi--I'---m..,. The nine squadrons which comprise Carrier Air Wing Eleven provide"the'frnain offensive and defensive capability of ENTERPRISE. The seven types of aircraft utilized provide ASW, strike, and air defense capabilities. The squadrons embarked in ENTERPRISE during training oper- ations and deployment periods are permanently home ported at various Naval Air Stations on the West Coast. j The F-14A Tomcat is the Navy's newest fighter-interceptor. The Tomcat is a two-seat, twin engine all-weather aircraft capable of flying twice the speed of sound. It also features a variable sweep wing for increased maneuverability. The Tomcat can carry long- ranged Phoenix missiles in addition to Sparrow and Sidewinder missiles. Flying the F-14A from ENTERPRISE are Fighter Squad- rons 114 and 213, based at Naval Air Station, Miramar, California. The A-1E Corsair Il is a single engine jet light attack strike bomber and close air support aircraft. The A-7E is flown by a single pilot and is capable of carrying air-to-air and air-to-ground missiles, general purpose bombs, and a Vulcan MK-61-Al 20 mm cannon. The jet uses a sophisticated digital computer for both weapons delivery and navi- gation. Flying the A-7E from ENTERPRISE are Attack Squadrons 22 and 94, based at Naval Air Station, Lemoore, California. F-14A ToMcAr ' A-6E INTRUDER 14 . ' . The A-6E Intruder is a carrier-borne low-level attack- bomber spe- cifically designed to deliver a variety of ordinance on targets com- pletely obscured by inclement weather or darkness. Flown by a crew of two and powered by two jet engines, the A-6E is equipped with a sophisticated weapons system and can carry five 2,000 pound gen- eral purpose bombs or a maximum of twenty-eight 500 pound bombs. The KA-6D tanker version has a 26,000 pound refueling capability. Flying the A-6E from ENTERPRISE is Attack Squadron 95, based at Naval Air Station, Whidbey Island, Washington. The EA-68 Prowler is a four-seat all-weather jet designed specifi- cally for use in tactical electronic warfare. Powered by two Pratt 8- Whitney J52-P-408 turbojet engines and having a level flying speed in excess of 500 knots, the Prowler uses sensitive receivers and high power jammers as an effective combination to deny the enemy use of much of his radar and radio equipment. The sophisticated, com- plex electronic systems ofthe EA-6B make the Prowler one of the most expensive aircraft in the Air Wing. Flying the EA-6B from EN- TERPRISE is Tatical Electronic Warfare Squadron 133, based at Naval Air Station, Whidbey Island, Washington. .A-7E CORSAIR ll i EA-ea Pnowtsn llli II av Y .-Il" . ,Y .xx The S-3AViklng, the Navy's newest carrier-based antisubmarine warfare aircraft. provides an ideal balance of ASW systems integra- tion and computer technology to enable it to collect, process, inter- pret and store data. A jet-powered. twin engine aircraft, the Viking carries surface and subsurface search equipment including sono- buoys, high-resolution radar, infrared and magnetic anomaly detec- tor. With a crew of tour, and an endurance time of more than seven hours, the Viking is used primarily for search missions in the vicinity of the carrier task force. Flying the S-3A from ENTERPRISE is VS- 37 based at Naval Air Station, North Island, San Diego, California. The E-20 Hawkeye is a carrier airborne early warning all-weather defensive aircraft with a distinctive rotating radar dome. Specialized computers, radar and communications equipment in the E-2C are used to provide strike and traffic control, area surveillance, search and rescue guidance, navigational assistance and communications relay. The E-2C, nicknamed the "Hummer", is powered by two 4,600 hp Allison turboprop engines, which drive two four-blade fully-feath- ering reversible constant-speed propellers. Flying the E-2C from ENTERPRISE is Airborne Early Warning Squadron 117, based at Naval Air Station, Miramar, San Diego, California. S-3A VIKING - V ir, 0i as E-2C HAWKEYE The SH-3l-I Sea King is a gas turbine-powered helicopter used for anti-submarine warfare, rescue and assistance missions, and trans- fer of carQQ.and personnel between ships at sea. Capable of staying airborne for more than five hours, the Sea King is equipped with sonar, magnetic anomaly detection, sonobouys, and multi-channel relay equipment. Sea King helicopters are airborne during all flight operations from the ship. Flying the SH-3H Sea King is HS-6, based at Naval Air Station North island, San Diego, California. SH-3H SEA KING 15 I ,W HEMI!-7-'j,:A W., A . 4 Q " "L,Q,,gg 5 ,,....,- 'go-"Winn-II unuro in-0 "hh-v lu 0 . , ,, ,, . .,-W.. --.-..f,.,-..1.....,-...,....qv.Q-f-p-r'---..,.1.y.':---- , up . 1 -Q. -Nmlins 3 ,Q - 'f'gh?uf"A a 1 .- 9' if 4 .71 f " ,,. , X aw, , . 13" ,Jn 4' ,WS 4"' .49 x.-,loo-L ,Q ' i ',. w 'Q NM - --0 ., 1, ,. . h X V M. ,x, "' ' -f '1 ', ' P x 'i J- Mi' .f . ,M Q' - f.'A'D '51 1- - - -A f . , - .., gf' f I V. 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Although most sailors enjoyed liberty in Olongopo, other attractions lured them away from the Subic area. Places visited included the capitol city of Manila - a shoppers paradise, and Baguio - the summer resort of the Philip- pines. After five days of bargain hunting, taking snapshots, and just plain relaxing in the sun, it was time for the Big "E" to make its entrance into the Indian Ocean. Q - lishments the sailors frequented were "Hot City", "Show- tori 1 I M r Q ,J hw.-K I K ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,.!,.,.,.,1.-TQ-:J-...:...V-H---f-if,-rg ,- wvfvffi -..-.---- M ---..-......--- ..- 13:--1-f'-wr' -"':'-f---fm"-'-":ug.., ,,..1. 1, ., ,,. . , , L., Y ,Y ,, ,,,,, ,. f A f , M' Vw? ,-4 V V Thr N ,.,, ' U' 10 W ,-.M ,sm :ld , " M "4 .. ., .v .,, , , t-,gf "f . ..a.'.f. kwin, , Mr- Vi?" ' 1 U 1'-,Ng 1 gh .W-.. F ' A " , 4 x-,vw . ' . M , my - V -W9 w 'M A 5 .. ,. In, ' gwfvh-H? 1 Qi? .104-gr' Y' X . Xa Y '-xg: v 5 . - ', XBQ. ' 5535, 5 N Q' , N. 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On this particular day ships company personnel quickly manned their stations for bringing aboard refugees. whaleboat reports manned and reply from the phone talker on the All' assigned deck personnel have manned motor whaleboat along with additional person-i nel such as a hospital corpsman, ship's swimmer, and other necessary personnel. The motor whaleboat, lowered to the sea. pro- ceeds toward the refugee's craft, approaches the T' Junk and ties up alongside. The process of trans- ferring the refugees begins. Upon completion of the transfer, the refugees craft is cast adrift. The coxswain then turns the bow of the motor whale- boat towards the ENTERPRISE. Back aboard the Big the Medical!Dental team performs detailed examinations and required innocuIations'to the newly boarded refugees. X- rays are taken, with results indicating if further examinations are required. The refugees are allowed to shower and change their clothing. 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Onboard ENTERPRISE, Deck Department receives stores and weapons primarily utilizing the standard tension re- plenishment alongside method ISTREAMI, in which the delivery ship maintains a constant tensioned wire highline. As a receiving ship, ENTERPRISE is equipped with two sliding padeyes and three STREAM support legs which are stowed in the hangar bay overhead when not in use. When using a sliding padeye, we receive a standard under- way replenishment fixture ISURFJ, in which the inhaul! outhaul is controlled by the delivery ship. These rigs allow for an automatic hook-up and disconnect. With this system ENTERPRISE is capable of transferring loads up to 10,000 pounds. Refueling at sea is conducted using a single probe, or a single or double robb. Utilizing a 7" hose ENTERPRISE can receive 3,000 gallons of fuel per hose per minute. Occa- sionally ENTERPRISE may be called upon to provide fuel to other ships. When this happens a six inch single probe is used. During the "82-83" WESTPAC, over 46 underway re- plenishments were conducted. More than 15,000,000 gal- Ions of JP5 were received and in excess of 2400 cargo lifts transferred. ,.--M 9553" wg .Q V, W, ,J:'3,,,.,,,,,,, .u...,, . . ,.,..,...v.....-..f-.su.-f-.- , Y ...-.qvv-up-....---- . ..--....,---- -- .,,- k 1 Epi-w.r,.f.-..1,,.1..,.,.q..-..-...W rpg..,',... ., ,. .7--V 4 -, ,,. ..f......-,,., LR-X , 'I N-Q T- -.. Zxxm 12' 4 ' Y' IJ l '10, "' ' bb. 'W 'lu " - Y Q ra ' H Q0 , . ' f fi I i - 'J V .Q u ,mv '1 N Q 'F' . -..---. -Q...-..... 1 .. . .M ..AN....-....,,...,.-. f.--W..,...,,,,... ...W in , a E E""'z.-" 0 gl F E ll' I A 3 ' Ld: ' ,Q-5 N I ' XQ I ii.-nl , A .11---:xy F . Tv 'T .,f . - . Q - urn- , N501 5 . .-.W ..... . - s -2' , Jul! 'Q 5. ,QR 'I v ,. 49-. ' 12' 'Y -s 0"' X ,L Quik ., A .,,. 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X I f A f- qlfgills fix 11'--5 A 1 K ' 'rf' I . , ' . ' i xv 3 ' NE, 'ev f A' -' x - , ' fx a'4 52.Z". if- if -- . v I' ' , . i ' 'f '-- sxnjat.-. ,vugxg 1 XA N 1 ' Q 90lMombasa K ., 74 ' W .In IQW, . QLA ,HIHIIW M4141-IT ,, , . ....!4...-., ir--,,.-.. -, -W LY uslunvunslnvnn-wud-D-an-, Ls ' ' - . - f QA -- - Nd. num...-.,.... The nation of Kenya-, located on the Eastern coast of Afri- ca, represented not only another port call for the Big but also an important means of establishing a positive relationship between the United States and Kenya. The port of Mombasa was first approached by the west- ern world during the 15th century. Expansions was influ- enced by the British in the 19th century, with outside influ- ences from the Portugese, Omani Arabs, and Germans. The British East Africa Association began rapid develop- ment of Kenya. abolishing the slave trade and establishing an orderly administration. Providing a sea access for import and export was Mom- basa's major role in the development of Kenya. A nationalist movement began in the early 1950's. This movement consisted of what was first considered to be a terrorist -society. but is now regarded as-Kenya's freedom fighters. The movement lasted until 1957, although the struggle wasn't over until 1960. Black Africans gained re- presentation in the Legislative Council in 1956 and land was opened to black ownership in 1960. In 1963, the coun- try won internal self government and the union jack was lowered for the last time with the Kenyan flag raised in its place. The following year Kenya became a republic. Mombasal91 - ff ff fl -M --1:-1227" 1 ' "- - Li' ' ""' -V Q . W H. .nuns M" ' "W "' "' ' ' " ' A - .,.- V, -. . ,- .55 f ""W"""""""""Pr':':-'f'f-fvqzmmvpoy s- u 1 ., .E 1 ' 5 ,u I gun , r it ml' lw .'-, '0- I x Z 1 Q fi Q 2 qw 6 ,nf fain' ', " 1 f ,W , f M K 7 1 ' 779 Z Z ff .' .QA '.,,',- . 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I i 'fi 4 L f . fx'-mfg' "u'a"',, ,I .. 'N-falhul gi.-an L I ,ii-T, , .Vu 1 .lf 5 1 A n 35.373 , '. 4 - Y v----9----...v---.v-.-.-..-.--M ---:nm-lm--I -"0 . X in., Y V ',.2xi-1 ' " "-"Gear -'QQN-x 'X -an 'G' ' 'vu S Mombasal95 -1' ....... .... ... ..-..-.f....,.f........-.....-......,.............,.,..... ,, ,..- ..--,... - ' ' ' ' ' '------v-"4 "'- naw V .,,,,, f' - 1-if-1,34-' WDW - fe" 'H A X',f",Ef'fi'5f':32i's. We don't really fly during holiday routine, but walkdown. Monday, Dec. 20th, was an exception. "Whats that?" That day witnessed what was probably one of "Kite" the most unique collections of homemade kite- "What happened to it?" craft ever seen in the lndian Ocean. 'iCrashed." Of every size, shape and color, the kites being Further aft, another group of sailors scattered. launched from the flight deck seemed to fall into as a large green flappy thing swooped down one of two main categories: those that flew and upon them, only to rise again into the air. those that dldn't. All over the flight deck kites were going up and Near spot four, a group of sailors posed for a coming down, cruising and crashing and straining photograph. They proudly held a mangled, at their strings like skittish flying horses. twisted mass of wood, cloth and plastic. lt looked "That's a great-looking kite." like some monstrous refugee from a FOD "Thank you. If only it flew." 96!Kite Day ,,,. ,V 5 ' 0 9 f- I ', Kite Dayf97 A nv.. -.. .4-..-. ..,, 4 .,..,.-.f .. A,.,.y..A,..,,,,,, X ' w i ?xjy ,M of-""'W v , ,V , ff, xx' ,,,-! v -wr W J 2521 'U-1 1? 1 -.. - 'l Q ll- Q ' mg 98!Pass Tumes ,.-- 1 A-ff, W K A ' - L QL 4 X . .1 Pass Tamesf 99 9 DEC. '82 1"-1 -Y , 4' ""3'7I vii?-' ' . 1 4 I Qfiffg- L, , ' 1 L-in V? xl. -J Y,a?,.-5-, 541- 1, ,vv 1 1:51-1.4 Q 3.,.1,f,: . - v K -.-'.. - 547. Mx" ' . ,I ..:?.'- g - ,J-I. . . ,-. 5 ' A' 5 'uh U 1 I . , , . t . u .JA-'ir' .. D ' ' ' I .'- AA . . - .' , . w-' v' 1' 'ft-:D-. ri- . 'TWH ' 5, ,e,N,.'.. 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' --V , qiiki Mm A ,f 'QM ' Q31 -OA , feb-ff an pf " ,, nm u '99 0g3'8S0ll2' Y o1y3..p1X'd 'vera'un-Ji-WWHUN 1 ang-uauiif' 12J AN.1983 K4 ,, ,L , Q FRONTIER DOWN UNDER The port of Fremantle X Perth was one of the finest ports to visit during the WESTPAC-Indian Ocean Tour, primarily because of the friendliness of the peo- ple. The consistently gracious and warm hospitality was almost too good to believe. Fremantle is one of the major ports of Australia, situated 19KM from Perth on the Indian Ocean. The Round House, Fishing Harbour, Maritime Museum and the Fremantle Markets were a few of the places to see. Perth, on the other hand was very reminiscent of American cities, with its friendly people and relaxed atmosphere. Each day in port provided the crew- members of ENTERPRISE with the opportunity to 1 1 O! Perth -n-"'0d speak their own language, with a little twist, and just let their hair down and enjoy the hospitality afforded them by the gracious Aussie hosts. The Port terminal was filled daily with people want- ing to see the Big The crewmembers and Air Wing personnel reciprocated their hosts hospitality by escorting groups of twenty to thirty guests on a tour of the Big From downtown Perth as seen from Kings Park, to the Ocean beaches of Scarborough, and Trigg Island, the sights around the city filled each day with enjoy- ment and relaxation for all. The crewmembers and Air Wing aboard ENTERPRISE will not soon forget the Aussies. ,- ft 44114 -fy If , ff ,f-ff' :lik .LF .- m-wQ.nnp--an W ' ' X, V V, -.......--- - -Q 112fPerU'1 in .gg 'bf ', .,., .4 . afgff' o:--m-'a1soMmf'f-- '- 1 " ' 11? wi JN x Pt' vt if 'L N4 as 572: ff' , 'Ji Q' I7"'f. Y ' Y, . A, I M . 8 M 1-0- A, 'Q ,SQS-L i,, uf-Q., , . Perm UL 1 A .w wf ..--.... --' '-4.-v--- I F-me ,--yr f-- .- ,.'-ran.,-W... 11.1, 114!Perth A and Ll' wi, " ml' i .. lllw PenhH15 1 i 5 r l F 5 . W 1 2 X 5. N 1 x w I I , I J """':: ': 2 W Q' . . ' Q , -......,...,.. -vw 1 - Y QL'-,,1,-3,117 f--f , ff sqm 537513 x fi7':: 555.753-157 5 H . L ,ga ,V 1 ,- fi ' x fri 1 SU ,V V, 4 r 1 'l' ' -, V M 5 V ,,- W . , 'D' k , gn, .-aw.: . 1 , V, 1, . . , .- . PHILIPPINE Second Visit 7-26 Feb. '83 After 5 arduous months in the Indian Ocean, the second visit to Subic Bay was a welcome break. Although it was a working port, designed to emphasize ships upkeep, EN- TERPRISE sailors took advantage of the many tours pro- vided by Special Services. Tours to Baguio, Manila and many other places provided the relaxation and shipping opportunities that the area is famous for. An all hands picnic was enjoyed by Big "E" sailors on Grande Island. Barbecue chicken, spareribs, hot dogs, hamburgers, beer and soda were on the menu for the event with the crew enjoying softball, volleyball, and hours of fun in the sun. The last two days of the port visit were filled with Mardi Gras activities. The bands and furniture of Olongopo's establishments were moved into the streets. Magsaysay Drive was alive with parades, costumes. baloons, and ven- dors selling everything from T-shirts to barbecue chicken. "A fitting send off for the Big .:..-an ,Q 1 1,5 1-T 'WQ L 1 may Q -,. . Subic Bayl117 2819: ' w 46775 - '4 -5 fi 76 lm 1 5 I l 1 i . . ! v 4 4 I 5 I 4 - 'S me 3 l .aa ff- '. tihqlf '?1.f""'nf 1 . ,, , A Q f fr , ,z Q f ", 'vi v 1 if ' ,Z '15 f Ai I D, '4 Y U 1 I I l MARCH 'aa w 1' w W n I I Www 'N 'YJ wg A ww N,a""h.'i vu.. c Q OF J PAN 1 W . 'Si .9 ' OPERATION TEAM SPIRIT ml 4 1 ,A ,, A m nv-- -----.A 'Q' 1 Q Q, fs, - T"51,3, ,V mr I More than 50,000 U.S. and South Korean Marines, Sailors and airmen staged a large scale amphibious landing operation along the southeast- ern coast of the Korean peninsula, backed by an armada of 34 U.S. 7th Fleet warships. The operation, the climax of the 70-day "Team Spirit 83" exercises, was staged on a beach near Pohang, 170 miles southeast of Seoul, the sight of hot battles during the 1950-53 Korean conflict. Some 4,000 U.S. Marines and several battalions of South Korean Marines - estimated to number about 1,200 troops - stormed ashore amid air and naval support. About 27,000 U.S. servicemen - including 19,000 sailors, 8,000 Ma- rines and 300 Naval Airmen - and 25,000 South Koreans participated in the landing. ' . Hundreds of landing craft from the armada, including two battle groups led by ENTERPRISE and MIDWAY, discharged the landing troops ashore on a beach near Pohang. The 34 American warships were tailed by a Soviet destroyer in their four day approach to the landing aI'68. 121 CPERATICDN TEAM SPIRIT wif .V A ,,.., - ,.,, ,, ,,,,, , ,. ,. mf, ,W M, ' ' X, g Wpffle 122!Operation Team Spirit F., x I 9' xxx ,, 'X X NA: K, N 1 'f , f,' 1- V All 'i I nw. , , Nd 4- xxx 1, 42' I Ll 'ff ' I 7 Ffff 4. 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From February 1959 to February 1961, he served as Aide to the Commander of the Naval Aviation Safety Center in Norfolk. ln February 1961, Rear Admiral Barth entered General Line School at Monterey, California. Upon graduation, he served in varying capacities as Operations, Maintenance and Administrative Officer in Attack Squadron ONE HUN- DRED FIFTEEN aboard USS KITTY HAWK QCV-633. ln 1963 he attended the Armed Forces Staff College. July 1964 found him back aboard the KITTY HAWK serving as Assistant Strike Operations Officer and Nuclear Weapons Officer. From July 1966 to September 1967, he served as a flight instructor at Training Squadron TWENTY-ONE at NAS Kingsville, Texas. In September 1967, Rear Admiral Barth became Executive Officer and subsequently Com- manding Officer of Attack Squadron SEVENTY-SIX on board USS INDEPENDENCE QCVA-621. In April 1969, Rear Admiral Barth reported to the Staff, Commander Carrier Division SEVEN where he served as Air Warfare Officer embarked on USS ORISKANY QCV-341 and USS BON HOMME RICHARD QCV-317 during the two deployments to Southeast Asia. Following this assign- nent, Rear Admiral Barth commanded Attack Carrier Wing TWENTY-ONE embarked on USS HANCOCK lCV- 19l, from June 1971 to August 1972. In September 1972, Rear Admiral Barth was assigned as Force Training Officer, Commander Naval Air Force, U.S. Pacific Fleet. In June 1974, he took command of the USS MILWAUKEE QAOR-2l deployed with the Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean. In August 1975, he became Commanding Officer of the aircraft carrier, USS FORRESTAL QCV-595, which, under his command, served as host ship during Americas Bicentennial celebration. In September 1977, he became the Chief of Current Operations on the Staff of the Commander in Chief, Pacific. He was selected for Rear Admiral in February 1978 and became Chief of Naval Air Training at Naval Air Station Corpus Christi on 28 July 1978. He was relieved on 29 November 1980 and became Commander Carrier Group THREE on 25 April 1981. Rear Admiral Barth's list of awards includes: Legion of Merit with Combat "V" device ltwo awardsl, Distinguished Flying Cross ffour awardsl, Meritorious Service Medal, Bronze Star Medal, Air Medal fthree individual and 17 strike flightl, National Defense Service Medal, Vietnam Service Medal with nine stars, Vietnam Campaign Medal, Navy Expeditionary Medal and Sea Service Ribbon. Unit decorations include: Navy Unit Commendation ltwol, while serving on USS KITTY HAWK and USS HANCOCK, and Meritorious Unit Commendation for duty on USS ORIS- KANY and USS BON HOMME RICHARD. Rear Admiral Barth is married to the former Gerard Ann Query of Norfolk, Virginia. They have six children: Joanne, John, Helene, Andrew, Stephen, and Marie. Cargru Three!143 ear Admiral Edwin R. Kohn, Jr., USN W X 4 N, 91' M 3 ,, k i Vw 7 mX.t .. , f , - s .ig ':5Y,b . I-'af 144fCargru Three .. . V -f uf ' "-' Commander Carrier Group Three A native of Smethport, Pennsylvania, Rear Admiral Kohn graduated from Pennsylvania State University and was commissioned an Ensign in January 1955. He attended flight training and was designated a Naval Aviator in June 1956. His first assignment as an aviator was with Attack Squadron 95 flying Douglass Skyraiders aboard USS Tl- CONDEROGA. He then was a flight instructor in the Ad- vanced Training Command at Corpus Christi, Texas. In 1964 and 1965 Rear Admiral Kohn served as Assistant Combat Information Center Officer and Assistant Oper- ations Officer on the aircraft carrier USS HANCOCK. While serving with Attack Squadron 55 in 1966 and 1967, he made Vietnam combat cruises flying Douglass Skyhawks aboard the USS RANGER lCV-615 and USS CONSTELLA- TION lCV-641. His next assignment was in the Corsair ll Replacement Airwing Attack Squadron 122, Naval Air Sta- tion Lemoore, California, as Operations Officer. As Executive Officer and then Commanding Officer of Attack Squadron 93 in 1970 and 1971, Rear Admiral Kohn made Vietnam combat cruises flying A-7 Corsairs aboard the USS RANGER lCV-611 and USS MIDWAY lCV-411. He then attended the Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island. After War College he commanded Attack Carrier Airwing ONE aboard USS JOHN F. KENNEDY QCV-671. Upon completion of his tour as Airwing Commander, he served in the Bureau of Naval Personnel, first as head Air Combat Placement Branch and then as Executive Assis- tant to the Assistant Chief of Naval Personnel for Officer Deployment and Distribution. Rear Admiral Kohn com- manded the replenishment oiler USS KALAMAZOO lAOR- 6l August 1976 until December 1977. He attended the Se- nior Officers Ship Material Management Course at ldaho Falls, Idaho, and assumed command of the aircraft carrier USS FORRESTAL QCV-591 in March 1979. ln September 1980 Rear Admiral Kohn became the Chief, Current Operations Division, Commander in Chief Pacific. On 15 July 1981 he assumed the duty as Director, Logistics-Security Assistance also on the staff of the Commander in Chief Pacific. Rear Admiral Kohn was as- signed as Commander Carrier Group THREE in October 1982. With over 300 combat missions in Southeast Asia, Rear Admiral Kohn has been awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Bronze Star, two individual Air Medals, thirty Strike!Flight Air Medals, the Navy Commendation and Achievement Medals with Combat three Navy Unit Commendations, and two Meritorious Unit Commenda- tions, the Vietnam Government Gallantry Cross, and the Vietnam Service Medal with nine campaign stars. 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' V53-'U' T ' T PM i N . ' . t . ' A fe N.. f ii? ' f 1 X 5 I .X fd Q 555, . -1 ' -- 4 T." L -1 in T 2 . , f 'x: , r -41 or 4 ' r Q MS2 A. Sales MS2 J. Solrven RM2 C. Wilder YN3 G. Boyo ?M3 D. Wolvington OSSN O. Cortes MSSN T. Cowan WW , 7' . . Q - , .... . , W. S. :-r., ll-V. . .r .- . 1 f .- K ff m ' 'Q' Q' T 0 T145 f ,5 L .X i pr, g gfooye AN J Efjmondgon OSSN M Garlrng SN W. Kozic OSSN H. Lee X- X, X. x N x ,X X x .rm A Q4 J. F72 av :ff A 'l', ' ,, ,H A w. ,,.,., , 1 ff"1T.'f'i:il Y if -' fn- 'rf 14.,f' 'M 51'f'P' 53.1" .D ,- .w , , Q-.Tx ' ' Ja. .. ff l- vg , " I 4g!'ul.L ' ' .a."'.,, ""Nf.,, ' .I A,l...,.1 A .f---0.0, 'NR-, X, ...M '-X ',v -,X Ax, . . 'K x X 1, -, ., , ,X - - Q Commanding Ufficer Captain Robert J. lBarneyl Kelly was born in Reading, Pennsylvania and reared in Union, New Jersey. Upon graduating from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1959, he was commissioned an Ensign and remained on duty at the Academy in the Department of Navigation and Seaman- ship until entering flight training in the fall of 1959. He was designated a Naval aviator in February 1961. ln November 1961, Captain Kelly was assigned to At- tack Squadron Twelve flying the A-4 Skyhawk. During this tour he made two Mediterranean cruises aboard the USS FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT QCVA-425. ln November 1964, he reported to the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School in Mon- terey. California where he earned the degree of Aeronauti- cal Engineer fAeEl. Following training with the initial cadre of A-7 Corsar Il pilots, Captain Kelly reported to Attack Squadron One Hundred Five. During this tour the squad- ron made an extended Southeast Asian deployment aboard USS KITTY HAWK QCVA-637 and also deployed in USS Saratoga QCVA-601. In November 1970, the Captain reported to Wright Patterson AFB Dayton, Ohio, as Depu- ty Chief Engineering Division in the USNXUSAF Joint En- gine Project Office, assisting in the development of the F400!F401 engine. Returning to the fleet, Captain Kelly became Executive Officer and then Commanding Officer of Attack Squadron Seventy-Two flying A-7s from USS JOHN F KENNEDY QCVA-673. Following a year of nuclear power training, he was assigned duty with the Director, Division of Naval Reactors, Washington, D.C. In April 1976, Captain Kelly reported to USS ENTER- PRISE QCVN-653 as Operations Officer. He then served as her Executive Officer from October 1976 to March 1978. On 29 August he assumed command of USS PAUL RE- VEREKLPA-248ll1omeported in Long Beach, California. As the last Commanding Officer of the "Peter Rabbit", he presided at her decommissioning on 1 October 1979. Cap- tain Kelly assumed command of USS ENTERPRISE QCVN- 65l on 23 February 1980. Captain Kelly's decorations include the Air Medal 410 awardsl, Navy Commendation Medal ltwo awards with Combat "V"l, Meritorious Unit Commendation, Air Force Organizational Excellence Award, Navy Expeditionary Medal, National Defense Medal and Republic of Vietnam Armed Forces Meritorious Unit Citation fGalIantry Crossl. Prior to the completion of the deployment, Capt. Kelly was selected for promotion to the rank of Commodore. He is married to the former Caroline M. Welch of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. They currently reside in the Alameda area with their three daughters, Michele, Patricia, and Jacque- line. Commanding Officer! 149 4 1 'yi ., . " w 'Q KH 'br .f-.f 4: Y .7 . E' v x K I J QA jim? ,A y .f"",,..--...Q ' 'a .X N -Qu , , 'ru' I W fmvw ' M' .LL 'W I-Iggy 8:5 Q xecutive Gfficer Captain Spane was born and raised in Ely, Nevada. He attended the United States Naval Academy and, upon graduation in 1962, reported to Pensacola, Florida for flight training. He received his wings and was designated a Naval Aviator in October 1963. Captain Spane's operational experience consists of re- placement pilot training in both A-4 and A-7 aircraft and deployments aboard the USS HANCOCK, USS ENTER- PRISE, USS AMERICA, USS SARATOGA and USS FOR- RESTAL to both the Western Pacific and Mediterranean theater of operations. He has been attached to Attack Squadrons SIXTY SIX, NINETY FOUR, EIGHTY ONE and THIRTY SEVEN. In July 1972, Captain Spane reported to Air Test and Evaluation Squadron FIVE as Project Leader of various projects including the Operational Evaluation of the Data Link Walleye and the development of War-at-Sea Strike Tactics. In February 1975, Captain Spane assumed the billet of Naval Specialist to the Assistant Director for Air Warfare, Department of Defense Research and Engineer- ing. In this capacity, Captain Spane worked on various Research and Development projects including the F-18 and AV8B aircraft, and various air-to-air and air-to-ground missile programs. Captain Spane reported to Attack Squadron THIRTY SEVEN as Executive Officer in December 1976 and subse- quently served as Commanding Officer until April 1978. Upon relief, Captain Spane began a year-and-a-half of nu- clear power training. He then reported for duty as a student in the PCOXPXO course at Naval Reactors, Washington, D.C. He reported aboard USS ENTERPRISE ICVN-65I in April 1981 and assumed the duties of Executive Officer. Captain Spane's formal education consists of a Bache- lor of Science Degree from the U.S. Naval Academy, Q1 9621 and a Master of Science Degree in Operations Analysis from the Naval Post Graduate School, 119695. He has des- ignated subspecialties of Operations Analysis and Plans and Programs. Captain Spane is married to the former Linda Gillis of Waycross, Georgia. The Spane's have three children: Rocky 14, Michele 11, and Jonathan 5. Executive Officer!151 Q xecutive Ufficer Commander Dantone was born in Baltimore, Maryland. Upon graduating from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1964 with a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Science, he was commissioned an Ensign and entered flight training in July 1334. He was designated a Naval aviator in September 1 5. In May 1966, Commander Dantone was assigned to Fighter Squadron EIGHTY FOUR flying F-4's. During this tour he made an extended Mediterranean deployment on board USS INDEPENDENCE QCV-623. In March 1967, he was assigned to Fighter Squadron ONE SIX ONE. During this tour he made two Western Pacific deployments on board USS CORAL SEA QCVA-433. In August 1969, he reported to U.S. Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California where he earned a Masters degree of Aeronauti- cal Engineer 1AeEJ and Material Management. In June 1973, Commander Dantone was assigned to Fighter Squadron ONE as the Maintenance and Operations officer flying F-14's. During this tour the squadron made an ex- tended Western Pacific deployment on board USS EN- TERPRISE QCVN-651. In May 1976, Commander Dantone reported to Commander Naval Air Systems Command as the F-14 Program Assistant Deputy for Training. Returning to the Fleet in August 1977, Commander Dan- tone became Executive Officer of Fighter Squadron FOURTEEN flying F-14's from USS JOHN E KENNEDY lCV-679 and later became Commanding Officer in July 1979. After his command tour, he served as the Fighter Training Officer for Commander Naval Air Forces, U.S. Atlantic Fleet which was followed by a year and a half of nuclear power training. Commander Dantone reported to USS ENTERPRISE QCVN-651 in January 1983 as Execu- tive Officer. Commander Dantone's decorations include the Meritori- ous Service Medal, Air Medal Q6 awardsl, Navy Commen- dation Medal with Combat Meritorious Unit Commen- dation, Vietnam Service Medal, National Defense Medal and Republic of Vietnam Armed Forces Meritorious Unit Citation fGaIlantry Crossl. He is married to the former Ma- ria E. Szolnoky of Buffalo, New York. They have two chil- dren, a son Jay and a daughter Marne. His family is cur- rently residing in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Executive Officer!153 .ra-1... ..-.s-.-fn-.f-....--...,.---.,.,.-. .....-..-- ....-?.-..-..-4.q--- --- F V ,pw . -.,. ,.. .... 1 1 1 l j l 5 i i , , Q-:,...., 'i l ll l i l AOCM Stephen Youngson, Command Master Chief Master Chief Youngson was born in Milwaukee Wisconsin on 29 October 1935 He graduated from Oshkosh High School in Oshkosh Wisconsin in 1953 and enlisted in the Air Force After a four year enlistment in the Air Force he attended the University of Wisconsin at Oshkosh Master Chief Youngson enlisted in the Navy on 11 April 1958 His first duty station was NAS Jacksonville Florida Since then he has served at Naval Air Stations Brunswick Maine Fallon Nevada Alameda California and with Patrol Squadron 24 at Patuxtant River Maryland He has served aboard Aircraft Carriers USS KEARSAROE USS HANCOCK and is presently serving his second tour aboard the USS ENTERPRISE He reported aboard the ENTERPRISE from NAS Alameda where he served as Command Master Chief 154fCommand Master Chief The Command Master Chief primarily functions as the keeping him apprised of situations procedures and prac tices which affect the welfare morale job satisfaction efficiency and well being of enlisted members and their dependents He also maintains a liaison with Forte Fleet and Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy ensuring pro gressive and positive two way dialogue between the en listed community and the command The Command Master Chief maintains an open door policy for command personnel and makes frequent visits to all service berthing and work areas to aid inthe oenera tion of meaningful dialogue on personal techni al and professional levels with command personnel .1 ii ll A l l 1 l , 'Q 3 i 1 i il l if ' l ,T i' , ' principle enlisted advisor to the Commanding Officer. 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Gualardo f., rx X BP H LT E Bfjrewa YN' ABH3 J Xalwep if SN L. E, Baumann 53 - YNSN N. Deartn AA D Pvgnone -XA D. Santannr AN 9 NX WSC" g 1 54 ..V-.5r - If it flys as part of any aircraft on ENTERPRISE: moves or starts airplanes and is painted yellow, the Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department QAIMDQ can fix it. In support of CVW-11's aircraft, the technicians from AIMD provide the aircraft maintenance skills that repair 8000 different types of aircraft components, a range of things that in- cludes electronics, radars, radios, jet engines, air- -frames, tires, survival equipment, weapons sys- tems, and also the 450 pieces of "yellow gear" the Air Department and squadrons use to start, ser- vice and move aircraft. The AIMD's success story is the result of superb team work, and the professional performance and collective talents of 450 highly trained aviation maintenance personnel. The AIMD is composed of officers and enlisted men from Ship's Company, TAD personnel from the Airwing Squadron's, and civilian tech reps. The four divisions of AIMD have attained a superb reputation for self support and a can-do spirit. - lM1, the Maintenance Material Control Division, is tasked with the AlMD's administration, the su- pervision and quality control of the-,departments production effort, and assignment of work priori- ties forthe dept.'s 'thousands of checkltestlrepair actions. I, A V IM2, the Aircraft General Maintenance'Division, repairs, builds up, and tears down the airvving's jet engines, tires and .wheel assemblies, -survival equipment, airframes, -and hydraulic components, performs non-destructive inspections of aircraft and aircraft components, and provides spectrome- tric oil analysis for the Airwing, the Ship, and nu- merous members of the battle group. IM3, the Avionics and Armament, Division, per- forms indepth repairs and adjustmentsof all of the airborne electronics and electrical components in- stalled in the aircraft assigned to the Airwing and Battle Group. IM3 operates seven avionicslelec- tronic repair shops, a calibration laboratory, and. hundreds of units of test equipment, ranging from state of the art computerized test stations to a standard multimeter. Q IM4, the Ground Support Equipment Division, repairs and maintains the 450 pieces of "yellow gear" assigned to ENTERPRISE. W , . lx A X X ,, 0 'P "" 1 'Xp ,L 9 'J xv sf' ' --,. O . ,.f- yg H JI . A 31 LCDR R. E. Wagner -... Q Q ENS T. N. Lee LTJG I. Beall ., -... .I Q If J x - ADC W. Cox ADC M. Madam ADC W. MBUHGS AZC Fl. PFBXOIZ-1 ,Q 'f fr , X My , . V XI, 1. ' J ll. .."n.f. . .31 1 "-uc. , AS1 W. Brown AE1 D. Carpenter AZ1 A. B. Cruz AT1 M. Hubbard 9-nv 55. ,ja- AME 1 T. Paulsen ' 1 ' 4 ,X . 'Qu .mf G AMH1 H. o. Reyes f ,. 'K Qin ' , "'f-.M 4 g AZ1 S. Tucker AE1 E. 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Eicher -- l 'U ATAN C Farves AEAN L. Fordham AOAN J. Fox ATAN J. Galiotto ' AEAN G. D. Gower AEAN M. Hestekin ATAN M. C. Hammons AlMD!193 '-Q. AN W. J. Hipwell AEAN Fl. C. McGrath AEAA E. D. Rowley AEAN R. veaazquez J. Clark 5w,a...,Y,w.q,:Wm 43.f,, 4wj.M+Mg4NSH A 1., lX .Z ? Q LA' .. , f, l p Q59 f 3 h ' l '-1' I f l K X 'll' l 2 .A if .. K'. . AEAN R. L. Howard AQAN S. Humphrey " V . - '- f 0 -" zqrisggzf, 2- lAlIl1J': - wi 1 ? c. M zu k 4- . 2- . Ui! . T , - f-Qgkliiwl ' A 1, , , fp rw .2 l 1 19' J r ATAN P. Mitchell AOAN H. A. Myers . 't l .Q X 'fi 1 1' - . if ,: ' . Q X Q 'V ,--.2 . K 4 . . f I' . -L.-A .': L ' ,X 4 ..1' ., .assi .. au- -J.-f z . Z, l A AEAN P. Sinks AEAN M. C. Slavik .L ,. f ATAN G. Keller AN L. Leary . I , A. ,,,. .,m,,,..,.,, , I ,, ,, ' ,A .. 'f rf f f .v.fmf'Q',',21 , , H ' f ff ff.-.,..:a:i'.. ' . V, . .OA, .ogff'::1 . X! f .fr " ,. ,, 'g,.y v C , f'f.fflff?f ' . 4 ' l . AQAN S. Nally AN S. Palm , J ,. C A. . ATAN R. Stribling ATAN K. P. Theis g'fV,aZ A Elly. E 'l ATAN T. Vickery AN D. Graves L. Deffner V. Froehlich fa 53? -A - -1 . xr I ygg -.f' g -.f, If: J j' -5 - .g,5.g1 Ar Q A , .V ..k . ' as , f ?..9L,,y T.. ATAA R. Ballard J. Bagg J. Huggins E. Hunter IM-4 P' . .. 6 . L1 H A A. f fxzfl R. Stelnhauser R. Ward ENS T L 194lAlMD Messenger ASCS B. Montiel lf '. AOAN J. Mack AN A. Mcoowen AN H. A. Poehler AOAN H. Flicker 1 ruff me LLL , ATAN S. W. Thomas AEAN M. D. Tolar A ,X IQ' as P if . 2. .1 I f f ' X S. Blake J. Kausek xgggx RQ D. Montgomery R. Setzer A .S ' ASC G. L. Crawford ASC D. Rahml' .kk ,g ' . A VJ., . A HW iia fx- Fir '-4' J - ka -.r ' ' .' 1 .ay viz. A . 5 s -1 -- . kg ' 2 A Q K f . W.. - it Y v AMSI J. Askins AS1 Fi. Dedman . X 1 .. S yt ax . Q ,, , XXX K K 1 if Q Asi G. wmiams ASE2 T' BOVCG S W! ASA2 G. Taylor ASA3 M. Botterbush 'x ASH3 K. Harris AZ3 D. Hill ..z Q L ASEAN B. Bittner ASEAN E. W. Brush 4 ASMAN J. Ridings ASMAN C, Skugrud ' Q' - bi, ,q L 1 'hi if PFW 'll- AS1 M. Hutchins if ,iq 27 ' QW? 2 li af I J 7 jig 1 ASE2 J. Davis AMS3 B. Brown ' " grgrtrf. . A Q X s S rims' X a i S45 3 5 v 'w X ' 'f F 7 A 'N N A- ASM3 A. Hodges . L ' 3- fi. Te: J: . .H A L iq, 1 " ".,f?w4 "W-1 f sg A' it W A i .. ..... . ,gg .., ,tw .L , fy. , . iv' 1 fy 14 1-if S Y -vm . ,1 1.2 ,- w 4 .gfqfg - ,... ui' -:fy - v wf . . li .xx IM-4 ii AK1 J. Purhicacion AS1 C. Russell AS1 J. Salaiz AS1 C. Staggs Y Q ASE2 C. Griffiths -X t f , 1 ASE3 J. Edwards -'S 777-f r ' 'fmt ' - Affi . "' ' J A .1 . . ul ASE3 D. Nunnally J. 5' wt 4' Y 41 Q is ii ASMAN B. Dickinpaugh ASMAN J. W. Smith S a x ' :Ev -WFS.. - ' I 9 I - N.. ASE2 P. Middlebrook - ASE3 B. J. Evans X S ' xx Fr S 4, 2 Sxg Xxx X f -. L- : .'-39525 "3 .i 'QC ti . .f I ASH3 S. Norris ASE2 P. Norton ASM2 J. Rickman x ,R .J -if V ASE3 D. Fleming ASH3 D. Greaves , X .xx 1 , ' A 2 XL. ASH3 S. Stoddard ASHN D. Baker ASMAN B. Kennedy ASE3 B. Moneda AN R. Morris SA L. L. Patton rg L yktff' J. --'45 1 't , . . X6 x r i 4 M- . f i P . ll Z X4 4 i I i - -. ASMAN S. C. Smith ASMAN P Taggart ASMAN P. Urlasher D. Stombaugh AIMD!195 f-..-1fv1..,Y,:11,--"- .f' , Y Y -' .:fi--., -Y -Q..- s 'NR'- N, . 'K-. 1 . ,Ly A. v. ii. 'Q 1 af. L LT D. Massey ENS R. Sexton SMCS C. Nnerling . I. 'Ni R K, ... 4499 ,I N .4 L Y 5 4: . E SM1 J. Cummings SM2 C. Barrett SM2 J. Prentice .ff V-2 km ' f . f"' b x V K :Y .-. , x 4 R N, . Yu SM3 L. Harris SM3 D. J. McCarty SM3 C. Winterstein 5 . A SMSA H. G. Casey SMSN J. Furman SMSA T. J. Goff ' . 853.4 'fgifj y . 'ri 5 ,,..,.,u .L ' f ' mf J ' A . w A , go ., ef' 4 SMSR M. LaMarr SM3 E. F Locatelli SMSN R. Raymond on 4 SMSA J Score AN NA CS COMM!197 CR Ill - giiiiill ling" . ll lliili' ,J...i. ...,. J. W-.J..W., ' Z!! Vk. -, ' W I "gi iii "i f 1 vw , ,I Q! i ! ff I 4 LTJG D. Petersen ENS G. Haraldson ENS R. J. Carrol! s lv, . ik . f I LU , rrp. -' ' N'-. V RMCS J A. Whltworth RMC J. Babm RMI M, G, Cavsw 198fCOMM S I I - 3 'N wiv-9 RMCS L. Long ' Y 5 'SIS' L-, ' m if 1 ell HMI ,I CIOAVPYWQRI Ll 3 1 Mix if J rf' Yarn, if , A . , A 5, ,Ju J , , ' ,X V ' ' S - ,, - , K .. K X es, ' J sw , , A 'nr Q- Y .7 ' . X -lvqx, lf H4 1 JM N - Q 5 1 - Q f . A W HN" L Gexxaro RM1 S Kuroy RM1 D Lett RM1 J, Llnvllle RM1 FK. Sandavai RM1 D. Seymour Nf ' " if , 'a ,, , ' Q Q J 'fic . , fx J -A wr-Q V , - 3, J 6 J .f ' 1115 w r V -Q v -vw AQ . 5535, X - -A f , f J A " "'r R I 4' , 51.255 y Y f .rl Y ' 'Lf 'fly' V- .fir U lg BA bt J 1' - - 54 D W RM1 W, Spain RM2 T. J. Bonds RM3 J, Cooper RM2 J. Drummond RM2 J. Haymon RM2 C. Holcomb CR 6 COMMH99 CR . -.J .1 RM3 E. Pavlik RM3 R. Roberts , p o Fffffiz . .- '. Q 'nn A RMS s. wmis 200!COMM RMSA C. Artale RMSN J. Campeau Ur 1 . Q Y RM2 D. L. Johnson fn, . X N N r S RM2 A. Smith -5.151335 .. J QQ A . f . . aim L.. .. Q4 wgjfib. hy Q' ': 2-'11 llffx fr w .151 4, 1 -X . 'A ' I ' f' X ,, V .. X 'I FKM3 S. W. Ewald f A x f . ff 'lr on RM2 J. Jones ,ff RM2 A. F. Taylor . i. FIM3 E Feaster 4 Il RMS S. Glidden FZM3 E, Lackings ,S RM3 S. Robinson RMSA M. Demaine .1 N o V RM3 Fi. Taylor .1-' 'NN-. r.. -4 RMSA D. Diaz .A 1 I 1 RM2 R. A MCGQFIQE FIM3 B. Caton RM3 D, Gamble f . o. 1 RM2 F2 Lawrence w. f n - 4 RM3 V. Washington RMSN D. Gibson - 1 .-.1 9 PIMZ M Snaffer RMB L Conway .1 1. RMS C. Garcia .jf . 'lx Nj 1 Q , . 1... RMS T. Mason x .7 . . J 5 x ,XA RMS L A. Watson -fivn:"i""-"'4 . RMSN F JUNPZ an Q Q me 3 ' X Q! 'E fl Q X H U , u O- - 't x ENX HN5' 'X 'XSOr RMSN R Perrrne : 1:-, -an '2 - . , E5 ,AT , P ' r 5 r -, I I 'X i RMSN M Lykuws RMSN R Marorme FIMSN M Osborne RMSAT A Palm FGMSN FI. FZ Parker rr "' 'M cz Q N , 4- f , , 5' 1, il , , Y . . -I Fnu igk ' ,S i 3.53 A , " ' " si 'L . 3fs1..r:: fs V r 'P ' W vw. .figf an " i 4" N Q 5 A I If an t N . 1 J l fx 4 U'-.wk Q I :QL X nd + 5 ff' x' f L -- SMSA R Ray SN H. Santos RMSA C, E Schrffel FZMSN J. Tuten RMSA J Wrllls RMSA A Woolfolk COMMXZO1 Department It was 1977. The Damage of 3 Divisions: Re- with a total 9 officers, 6 Chief a total 136 assigned Sulli- van serves as DC test platform for the n . Bornemeier as Repair Officer, and Ken Stone as Fire Marshal, Flying Squad Leader, and Gas Free Engineer. is the first con- ventionally trained be DCO. Since the of the department, Damage Control has continually im- proved on board The preparation for extended a series of highly successful and assist visits: Flight Deck Certification, Fire Fighting Assistance Teams, An Inclining Experiment, the Training and Readiness Evaluation for Fleet REFTRA, Refresh- er Training, ORSE, and Nuclear Warfare Assis- tance Inspections to name a few. The Department has been-a 'leader overseas and in CONUS in using every available contractor and IMA facility to keep Enterprise in great fighting shape. The period throughout the deployment to the Indian Ocean and WESTPAC showed the re- sults of this hard work with significant uninternipt- ea AFFHHCFF Fiignrbeck and Main Pmpulsion support, Outstanding Quality of Life Facilities SUP' port and zero major fires. The Damage Control Department is strongly competitive for the Dam- age Control "E" and has rnade significant contri- butions towards Enterprise's DClFire Fighting Bat- tle Readiness. .?!r s ,ss . ff . 'Cf f I 'Sn mg A X -. S P Sowwemexey 5545 p ,Whom , ---'- ' ' . afl, A -Q -5 . . "' xg Virus Pk A A v 1 we 5 'Ni N, 6 CWO2 K, Stone YN2 F. Enruquez ' D GE W3 C0 TROL f ENS G L Murdock Zn' ' ' ,V f vgiffik! f YN2 C. Chldester 1 - V gs, ' gi, yd' x K t I 'Q 3 . E Q z 4 1. - 5 gf5LfT?f -A - Ifhifh ' ' Q?f1Tff'f X Pm- X ' 1 . ., lgjfi f . ' x X,-fsniiffs -f . - X 1- ww iff! . , . X ,.,g,, . 'Q' -1 . . ,flixk iT t 1...-x .,N.aaf, O 5 3 DC!203 '?'H s I 1- I 1 4 5 P Q F k i qi .5 f i 1 1 . i I. 1 Q, . v Q V. Q 1 . I i i 5 i Dc-DI I . J.',:f:Q., S . QQ, ..' ' . + no X I 'Wig ENS J, Fisher HTC L. Hadley M, ,X,L .X . mf. -I ' "pg..f5 ,I 9 l f " ' - 1 . . 'K ' -, C.. . AI.. ,,,,, .,.. : 11-4.35 , - . - ::,g'Si" . , , .u. A. "., . U ' 1 g A ,' -, .Eng 'Q.e 1'gQ, iQffi 1 1 V ln...- xv!! HT2 R. Huskins AK2 M- Collins HT3 T. G. Briggs HT3 H. Clafshenkel . . .. .. .X , ,..,W..,. - - -vw.-J .4 Q. , V. . -.,,:, 1 1' V NV an V f 5 M4 i 204 HT3 J. Lega HT3 M. J. Kielty HT3 L. S. Nemeth HT3 Fi. L. Oravec 4 f I r r ,if 7,,,,6Y., , A A . ,g, f HTC Fi. Kahawaii HT? D- 990509 i Q 'ff?,vg'5fnyzj.,fif5g:g ff7Z?' I J , - mf . m Al! . 'I S - HT1 J. W. Cnatnam NW Vf ' h L91 HT3 D. Angeley , VL 'Q if x 'J HT3 D. Bruemng HT3 P. Daruei 'R -gf .1 HT3 W. O'Bryon HT3 R. H. Runtquist HT3 D. Shafer HT3J.SnMey ' ff . -. - . . X :' -1' . . if 1. L Li. HT3 J. Undestad HT3 M. West Hs. 3 , " ' - '- fum' 1 4 '15 Q' ' . -. f L. If - , 5 .- . 9 xy! Q I if . '-' C-X C Corea HT FN T Combs HTFN E. Gleason a f . .AQ - 1x,. , , H- 1s--- J W i X ' 'i Q X Q 1 .1 , M' 41 Q A 4 HTFN S. Hatch FN S. Jordan HTFN C. Leach - - f Miz, K i. ' ' ...M - -3253356 '?'Lf'L5ff Q-'L 1 0- - - s, tn A Q ., . 1 -- , ' . 3 X Q .HW V V Y I K 1. Q Pr '. -.: ,. Y an f 2 jj .f ., , HTFN D, May HTFN J. McCarthy HTFN J. Paltz Q 1 'ml R f Em w ef 3, , 1 , , :ff . , , K ,fl 1 - 5 xx' . fa 1 ..., HT3 D. A. Ensagn A 'I-W ' f' uf 7 ,. " 'SF . 2332 ui- K' ' I a 'Q ' f HTFN D, Marcrum -Af.. aw-' I A aaa. ME 9 1 -. .. L FN FR. Fleidell .mm S I' Q 1 I FR T. Dotson Y. "3- I x ,,, FA A. Martm 2 1:5 .-If , ,w il FN F A. Shaw . af 7 ' AIR f5CAP' ,.- DC-DIV DCf205 if fx 53, , vw ,M ,V Va Q! ! I is ,R 'I X A FN S Smalkousim as sl 'PQ . 4? Q-f . x " ,yi f FN J. G. Voorhees 9'-Lg., 2O6!DC I really don t know why they asked me to do thnx xommeu 1 P 4 '-99. s X , r S. - . - .s .: L YE . -if ENS G Scott -1-1 HT2 S. Warren g4 HT3 D. S. Burdett 5 13151 :Jin r f' rf' ., fr F -..J HT3 W. Essig . . . ,,,, .M Q I . ,?. 1 Q Hrs J. Pyda Y N HT? E Nelver ' wg w in HTCS A. Tejada 17, r'-2' , 1 HT2 M. Curtis . Q ,Q I in gs HT3 A. Cardenas f':J': V:-xx ff ge. HQ QS., :mg g ...V ,v,, . 59 HT2 G. Lagerman .rl hu-. iii HT3 T. Bacon 1 HT3 D Harber f HTC V. Q. Rabara Nl HT2 J. Tillman HT3 W. McGorty , 1 HT3 n. Trujillo ' f 'si,,.f,, , 'T 'fbi X rif f V. me 1 fam M , ,s ' t ,an-Q. 1 ' Ms -. K W HT3 B. Lawson . . .... I 1 HTFN J. Allensworth Mn.. . 1 Q ..... HTC G. H. Howe!! 3 -5"'Z. :ga ,, Ya 1 HT2 B. Vileplobos vie H A 'Yjsf I J wr -- ,429 F x ml 1 ' HTC T. Hampton HT1 R, Kung . ' V C 'lgg .,, H-Q fr TSG.. ,f . il Y HT2 G. S. Reid HT2 MA. Weed R-DIV 4 mx HT3 D, Barr llllu Y ' f Cffxxw lx i sg 1 5' aff? o If DC!207 I , 1 I , . - , M-Sgr' 1 A Af 1 U H s , Q g- , "' 'K Q -,J ..,- , I . 4' I , ,, h " x .... I 4 1 I y i FN F Capraies HIFN W Bakker H' A H .Y 3 9.1 ' ' E if L! ' 1:15, - I ua- "' ' K' if W vw paw- ' " ' 1'-'CN " 'Itc- ,j L Y, ,, , ,A , x . l Q- .x lr'-fw tk ' l ' ff 5 fi 'H' 5 I 1' ' ' V , y 1 Q , 'Y' , 'lg V , P A rl A 6' N L Q HTFN J Hamer HTFN K McGregor HYFN J Fl Mclmm HTFN D Pam r' "M F' . 1 L I 1 ! e ! Q - I IT I I I 5 1 E 23055,-'IJ4, X pu 3 x hx - Xxx J 3X5 . VOSI19' 1 X .,- X L" 4 EN42 D. Fisher rv- E ul q EM2 J. Werth f -- -r' nw ... ,.. , 1 1 . " ...g -w' ' V h X e ' V' IS 7 K gf" 'NH V EMI A NN Graham ix 'S- 1 .p 2 ll.-M. V qi EM2 W.T. Flsher 0 ., 'S "' 5 EM3 M. Allmann Q 4 Q . u Q. ,,... .-A .3 .J Q V 'H 1 MM2 vv T. Day - 'W' Ar , 5 MM2 se. Hay 5. -' -9' '17 EM3 P.J. Bam -. ,. ' sal w W 1 MMS D. H. Carter EM3 H. Franks EM3 T. Giesa ,, 35 L 'U23 ,E a GL' A MI 'C' -gb -- Q tg 1 MMS S. Guzzz EM3 R. Hough EM3 CM. Mabry 6.5 , . .3214 ffa:4Li'a.5 1- ff ' 3 '-Vi. d lg '51 -I 'f , - .. V 7. VAV, I 4, - 1, 1 . w ' , - I-f A4 . I -J A 4 . A 5' , I 4 , W .nun L ... mn v, Mefcafif MM? L Mamn BMS V.H Matthews AB-DIV '15 45 m DC!209 X .x.k . .. H X. ,....I,. HB DI X X4- 4 ,. an " A V Qt 1 . A gf' A Lf., -QQ... if " v 4 FN C. C086 47-'Q . Q .K ,k,. I V 3 5 f p Z FN J. Haney ......,,,.. .X . ......,.,w .. . . .. .X ,C J, XSS in"'3' us' , mi? , ,,.. f., , M.. f-it ,D-an-an ' fm: lar: .: EMG C. Thompson , f H iiyfifig .1 ,,,. ,il f fffififepag 'T-Jfzii 'Vw ! A . Z -if . X Q 4 Vi wi' rw.. QI. Q. ,N 'Z MMFN Fi. Dickerson '. figaf.. i' 1 V:-ff A . . :.'1 . ,KN . if 4 1 FN J. Hilde! ,J 1, PNN' Q-1 . K O MMFN R Marker MMFN B.T. Nabb FN B.J. Olson FN J. Petty 4 MM3 D. Zander ,,-Q 1 ,, 5 2. 554 ,.., ,,.. .gb ff' I I r ..,., 1 1 . X 1 1. I f EMFN J. Doss xx FN M.J. Lewis EMFN R, Powell 7 4 MMFN ML Carabay Q :Pin 3"1 . :Qi FA J. Downey I x. FN M. Maier . . ,..V. .41 i i , iigi Q'sw'f J . 4 FN RL. Ruffner , . N 4 MMFN P. Wilson MMFN G L Shack Y ' X' l l 4- 1'-., ff 'W A- U I 'NN x - 1 v x X, N'-M' X N by g A 'I E if - , FLYENG SQUAD E Qu-f 5x U- DCXQ11 -11-ilf .....- - . Y -ir 7 7 ii T : ---- r v----Y W Y 7 no, 1 ,,,,.,.,.,,,,,..,..-..-...,.....-,. ,- .. -.. . . .. - ., -as - - --W . ' . LCDR PH. vegel I , L L ",,' ft-. 4 'mix N fi' 1, ul. Q , . A ., e r was ' ff , , DECK TAKES UP +4 - .f-4 The Deck Department of any shi e 'of her functional seamanship operations. e same is true on ENTERPRISE. Boatswgli 's Mates are responsible for conducting,k6f'R.Thc- l tions in traditional sailor's evolutibns, such as Sea and Anchor Detail, refueling, rearming, replenish- ing, maintaining and running boats - the Cap- tain's Gig, motor Whale boat llifeboatl andfour' V utility boats, and for supplying and training bridge watchstandel g Whenever ENTERPRISE enters or leaves port,f Deck takes care of mooring her to the pier, casting." her loose, or dropping and heaving in the anchor. The boats that take the liberty party to the beach are manned by trained Boatswain's Mates. When- ever the supply of groceries or jet fuel gets low, Deck Department mans up Underway Replenish- ment stations and transfers the goods with skill and professionalism. - - S 21 2! Deck " e. V g f, A'lv:r..":,f 1-eb . and S the Shi into out the materials Locker. Fancy work Boatswain's Mate's craft, as of honors in special ceremonies, done by the ors Boatswain'sMate. ' Deck Department was instrumental in the O!!!- haul of ENTERPRISE before deployment, rehlp- ing many interior spaces as well as ship's sides. High scores were achieved by during Refresher Training and an Operatitlnal Readiness Examination conducted prior to derby- ment, in the effort to make ENTERPRISE readyior WESTPAC. Now that ENTERPRISE is deployed Deck strives to maintain the high standards re- quired by the ship, in the tradition of the Deck motto "We take up the slack". of the asthe - 4 , '1' 'V I . Q . I X E v 7 t . . Z' .N ' f N. I :Wh til' xiii' . I f. Sig II 5 Y I ' Y K s ENS S Camp CD J. Longaest BN1 N,J Mnllward HT2 G. Comeau BM2 J. Poglna i M M N . .gi X -' . 215 ' 1 u -1 I X 'XX , V X -N E ' I l 1. 1 ' 4 Q 'Q : NX N .V I r, X, A S l I pl N . W - S X, '- - ' .---1,14 fa? t I 1. xx. i BM3 F C. SUVBIIB HT3 J. Bray BMS DJ. Diaz EM3 Fl. Handley BM-3 Fi. RICU BM3 A. Scafe BMS D. SiI'T1Or'1S I , 'P , il . i M El 2 w , . L fizeflff- t 4 Q . V' . E NJ-AY-5 sq ,Q 5 i ' b :ff ' , C --ZS r 'Q' I - fl f X 4f"'L .1f" t. A 3 4 x .L 1 SN A. A. Alfonso SH C.J. Boyklns SR K. L. Brissette SN D. Brown .4 f- X, av .At ' ,. ,-,Mft ' , U' " Q 1 vt W' ' 0 2 sw., . .V - . 2 Hx... f ',f .v Q ywlxuu f t ' vi Ss f 4 a EWJ x .QU gf 4 xt ,I W fx 'X 3451 1 ?-XF.: l , fra' ' f ,x.,. SN S. Creveling SA Daniels SN K. Davndson SR K. Demers R"""' jg, . a--Q1 4 t SN H Dlaz SN D Gnlson SN RC. Govan SN J.L. Hobbs H . - . Nm gy, Q Hf,t,g:,r SN D H Lover! SN K R Moms SR D Pritchett Deck!213 i 5 .,...,..g.--V..-1-1--.--......-......-.-,.-...-,.-...fe-.,.., ..- .... ..- .V -.--.-.......,-v... -.-. IST DIV , 4 5 K a 3? Q 1 L M ' 1 ns.. I - H., A M, ns , X iw? k V I 'Q S -, ,. w 4, i ' ,V 1 1 L K' fQ1,Q1f- ' , f, ' , TF? ' ' S I V- ,xL. E ..h my .. . gg Q N2 xi . 'I : '44 .qt- SN T. Sloan SA R. Summers 4 Q ' . J ' -.""u SN HE, Fleaves SN AI. Scmeger Sl- f- 397 Z SN FLM, Ray ,M mi f ff New . E MY 4 f f SN FLD. Triola SR C.D. Walker SA S. Wallace SA A- WIIUEVUS ,,N.,Z -if . I 55 ,. 1. .Z ":s'-el' 1 H 1 1, I 3 Q ,Q -s 52 E 3 M , N K W 1 .7 H li f M.. N .ax or K ,W Q N N 21 4! Deck 'li' EW.. fd-vw?" f Q.. A DDI 54 .W ,J Q fv- dl ...- SN J Campion Q Q AN B, Sapwell Deck 11:3 X ,f 5'4" rv -W 1.1 pf . fy.-.., mf' 1 .mn ' K ,V .f 1 ix 1 U NPV f f f mf z- 1: ul BMSA D. Bfowr I J YN J. Dormer HNNN ' x 9Xf.x 2 K. x EVSN C msem SA QL. Lauer SA A. Maler V ,.,, ,.., 3 + - n f 'f K 1ilm,'FiL"! N 1 1 S? 4 i,:uZV:,, .'f.,g,, ., -- , ,,,1..,,k .V , - QA, -is . ., . .,...,1!1 .rr 1 vw .f K f, 1 an nf., . R 3 ,gui 'E fi! Sk SN G, Rodriguez I V fx ,l'f SN M. Wells ' A .f SR N. Rogers 1 SA M. 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'TV -.-una, The mission of the Dental Department is to a comprehensive approach to preventive patient education andtreatment of dental disease. A complete programliof services is provided by four general dentists aqgan oral surgeon assisted by 14 highly trained auxiliary personnel utilizing the most modern dental equipment available. Prosthetic services are supported by a fully equipped dental laboratory staffed by two fully trained and experienced prosthetic technicians. The capabilities of this facility rival those of any large prosthetic laboratory found in the United -States today. During deployment periods, emer- gency care is available to personnel of other ships 222lDental battle group which are without dental facili- ties. All department personnel assume integral re- sponsibilities in the ship's battle dressing station organization for general quaners and mass casual- ty evolutions. Additionally, the oral surgeon aug- ments the Medical Department general anesthesia capabilities, an important readiness factor. It is the belief of the department that the denial care provided to the crew of ENTERPRISE con- tributes subtly, yet significantly, to their overall mo- rale, personal comfort and health. Without a doubt mission readiness is influenced in a very p0SiliV6 way. c 1' i Q'-'far U s '41 V Q- f x .L.XL W-A . Ht, 1-1 -' ' v tl rw wvlx e.. .,.-f ll r, .1 xx mlm " FNTERYQ 1 U 1 X Ne::"..:sx' C' P Nkmers DH W D Ixrvkrwivw Q12 Vg QMUWH D13 QJ i. H... D91 1131 JW' 1 fr -gy n 3' ., , H ,4 DT3 D. Perkins DTE PM P6-'fe I ' 1 ' f . D - J DT3 A.H. Sosa DT3 A. Tavzc Jr, Y 1 A D 2 DN LR. Jerks DN LM Jcwsc- X r' Q 1 DN LW. Miller DN C, Myfvck 11 DN A. Srmth MA Tom?-PW 1 Qfl it-.4 I--N Flaw I' f f . ' K s3:Q1""'?:Mfi15?lgQA3 Af ,ix Wir- 5: '12mnf:?rs"" Mp'- ,qv-, wwf :rj ' , V I-W , - -------H -- - --H 1 YQ: -W -.,. - . , .of A ,. --,ff , 1 ' 'us 'Th -- , "-N... u.,"'." 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They corrected casualties to shafts, main engines, gen- efators, and evaporators swiftly and correctly. The evaporators operated virtually without rest. pro- ducing over 5O million gallons of fresh water during the cruise enough to eliminate even the thought of IRUNG vvtiii-r lrtvrrrf-, A UIVIT--ltlll rrirriliiriist +. mates operated and rinririltrirrtrrl VVllItTilH'w rptirrveyors. elevators, and air is oirrliritirirrrg arid retrircieratiori plants while the ma- iflirrit-ry nivparrr'iierr rnariulactured vitally needed parts lor the propulsion plant as well as aircraft Inter roi cornrrrunicatrons technicians worked day and night to maintain the ships telephone system sound powered phones, MC systems, gyro- scopes, and navigation systems in top condition The oil and water gang received, stored, and transferred over a half million gallons of fuel oil to escort ships without a hitch. The enginemen maintained the ships boats ready for anything from a crucial man overboard to liberty runs in overseas ports. Electricians mates generated and distributed electricity for the ship in order to maintain ships lighting, motors, general power, heaters, and gal- ley services fully operational, Additionally, the re- wind shop provided valuable repair services for other ships in the battle group and the electricians were always eager to provide technical assistance as well. The diesel shop kept the ships diesels in top condition and ready for instantaneous use as an emergency source of electrical power. The catapult shop maintained the catapults in top condition, ready to launch a single mail. plane or a full alfa strike on a moments notice. High and low pressure air group provided ser- vice air from anything from vital lox for aviation to a needle gun to an arresting gear motor, and bottled oxygen and nitrogen for shipboard use as well. 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Swrres A-2 DIV 'Y Eng.!243 f , . , 1 . . , K - I, F. l K '-5 y-r . gba? . fy "-X. , 5 , VM, , ' f r...:f + 1 V 2 2,32 .6 . 1 V,g.'.1' 5cqf5y 'ag V 714,41-5 .4 A ' 1' gf 1 'A' 1 S 'L4 Lg l ' ,5 Q u "X l x fl MRS J.A. Wells MR3 EJ. Windsor wwf 'f7xf15f"'T'1v-w. ,eff ' Rm-Q, F L gf: "ga, 2:55-fflijau-. 'WF rv 4' if I 5 me Ik 117 X49 :ww " X .fe-'f' Q ,qs ff H fl., , 5" J .7 rf' I "ffffse ,K Y- :K , . 4 I - V gf ra A ' -, "3 -s ,. w pg H- , 455. - bf' ,. H .vs V . N V. 513. ,, ' . -R ' I g ' If 2" ' 1 AFV: t ' 4' '. . Y '.f .- '54 .....fr',QiN.-we x . or V 3. . '..f 'x.!ff 1 . ' ' x - ..: - 1 ' ' 14' , , 244!Eng. .V -.Am ,Q MMFN G. Adams ' llll ' F lfiifb FN W. Dolezal ' ..f' ,f,Q'if law 1 322, 55 in I 2551: 0- ' - , ble-2235, snr ' -Q F Ffiliil el. MMFN H. Gill MMFN M. Penn I fs I fi fi' vp v'! ' I 1 flu 5 1 , f .r ,ff I fi lf' .. V , 5 W . U X 1 fr FA J Boring .1 -..,V 'Mn :ZA Q.. FN T.D. Gandy I ' ' ' 97:2 Z jf any uw' A -. I X 11 1 'W 1 L .. ' 'ww ,if MMFN W. Green .Ft . .i in 7R82 MRFN L. Shannon MMFN D Fl Cora MMFH T Carr .if 2 , ' FA My Gafgla MAFM .1 D GMES 'E MMFA J. Moreton FR T. Nlcnols Q gl. 9 'if ' 1' 737 Q J, xt .- r-4 F X FN D. Smith MMFN K white Z + l l L E E 55 . , px X ' ,..-f' L+ 1 ' x eff A-2 DIV 47 ave 1' X A ixblnx 1' lp! kk "' ' fl , n 'f:, . A . YI fllvf , LT G. Maples Executive Department provides a full range of administration services to the command and crew. The Admin Office provides direct support to the Executive Officer and manages the administrative functions of the shipg the Command Career Coun- selor, Counseling and Assistance Center CCAACQ andthe Human Resource Management Specialist fHBMSl provide important counseling servicesg the Captain's office handles all official correspon- dence and maintains officer personnel records, the Legal Office provides legal assistance, counseling and processes disciplinary casesg a complete Print Shop prepares all printed material originated on board, the Personnel Office maintains all service records for ship's company, the Chaplain's Office conducts all Divine Worship services and main- 246!Exec tains the ship's Chapel and Library, the Public Af- fairs Office QPAOQ coordinates public relations through publication of news releases, ship's news- paper, Big "E" magazine, and also operates the KENT-TV!Badio studios for the shipg the Master- at-Arms Office coordinates the ship's police force in enforcing navywide and shipboard regulations, the Brig Staff maintains and supervises the Brig facility and prisoners, Special Services provides crew entertainment, tours in each port of call and maintains the gym facilities on board, the 3-M Of- fice conducts appraisals of workcenter 3-M admin- istration, monitors shipwide PMS accomplishment and performs other miscellaneous administrative! accounting functions and through rain, wind, heat and storm, the Post Office gets the mail through. E56 YK f 33? ,, S4 W 'if f h -GEL -' ,- ,,,,,:,: 2, Z: M . . e ADMIN. any "'f" ' Wil 'Hr' I4 CAPTAIN S DFFICE. ' A CWO2 V. Teasdale f J A T Nl YN3 K. Carpentier . in 1 V 'J . . 7 F5 PC2 L. Johnson "V c un W . we M .. .1 4 if mv 1 YNC F Myler YN2 C. Krajecku YN2 S.W. Mayer YN3 J.D. Phillips SN K. Mack SN R. Meloch . " ' 3 . ' jsvl 1 91 X1 L,N. ,x x 5 . ,,'Q' T .N Q i 1 X S ' ' - xx 1 3 Y ffjv . 6 xt' 1 N 1 Q 1r?.x'., Y-4 ' PC3 D. Gunter PCS J. Johnson EC3 J Lasater PC3 S Mlller PC3 T Robinson SA W. Brookes SN R. Daniels n SA C 0 . Leininger SN S. McGIone f fn A X ,X P' ll I sl I PCSN T Mutcnell SN rx. Tucker 1 .nb 1 '- fx? OFFICE LEGAL L :Q -4 -., iw L f- , - f X x x 1 Lx cs lw.Maf..w 5'-"' ' CT..."-3,--2-. x I-A ' . Q - ' if -Ms' I K N, . img N ..,-,L A 4"j"f' -fi 'Q V '- ' A I Sai: N N' C513 N T st www SN J Harley SN M M Q mer ' A Aw-. A . , .. I W .s rfal I ...,.,.,.i 4. , , I x .2-,. fwfr "0 A 'lf 1 4 PERSCNNEL 1 ,nr K .rf 1' PN1 A.S. Lopez PN1 M. Fieintegrado i 1 v 1 w 1 1 r ! I 2 Y PN3 G.W. Ashby PN3 K. Borgman .,..., 4 5 PN3 R. Stuart SN P.E. Anderson 1 i 1 31321 Q H 1 Y wg: X i or A 2' 1 I 2 5 .. Q-:gqg A V J ff! r x A of ,f A 1 SN M, Doyle SN P Farmer ' 'SQ ' ,1 5, - I f '1,., A 3 A PNSN J.L. Phillips AA Ray I I. 11 1 U94 , an 'Qh,f Q ali ,xls 1 . A , ' ' -2 ' ' " rx? n 3 1 f ,,,, ' l"'x er If 1 Q , M ly, zu -lug, N- L M , 1 Q PNCS Fl. Clark PNC S. Munoz PNC Sendo PM J, Dans W.W. Vanselow , 1 -rr -1 - PN2 A. Centeno , 3 1 PN2 RA. Devera - 1 ,4 KQV!! P gray 5' 5.29 , ..,. M: ,fi f 45, a , lx 'fn-..- Ill-g .44 ... f PN2 J. Scott , ,, 4534: ,fy r or j3,',i'.,g ., .., ...A.v , 52? A ' , . I' I ,"'l IV, PN3 V.T. Cooper -J PN3 K.H. Crecelius ,J -Q AV x v . 5,4 43,3 5? r 1 x 1 1 fx' f 430- 34 ' Y - , ip 4 2 Q 'f 4 :Q ww 14' , .ig PNSN R. Bantog PNSN D.D. Beck PNSA T. Fleutsch PNSN L. Ke lly we f" 'X , . NX r 2 A 4 I C a ,y I .4 . , 1, ' A fs PNSN 3. Rivera PNSN D. san dino X, . ,. .f , ,WM nr , . ,,,, , ,aff .-,f-y,,. , V' ,ffizfffcir ,:. f, ' ' ,4 r "-, !. BM2 L.M. Stover PN3 F. Aardai , ww ,.f x xo, H , 5- 2 , PN3 B.A. Cruz , ll S ., pN3 J. Han PN3 Fi,F4ank1h SN M. Burbin AN K. Kresal SN D. Schmidt , mx rf Lx r f AN S. Caify SA K, Card NN. SN E. Romero SN RosemeY9' it so ' AAQ' 1 SN W. WaIklr1S 250 3 ' LC 'Hx' rm - N r il r l rllmi mv Y' I . Q V s ,Q 1 lla - -Q - rxrenasi LTJG J.C.TayIor 5, H 4 ,Q x ixvt i .. u 4 A , 'Q , " MAJ. x H F I : gr . v , X R. .Y gi li X-x O ,Q ,irq 1 s. A an x millx- .. .Q '4 W I X- -.. 1 ,DUN .,. :Mott SN G. Henry iirw V X . S 'ig bg - - - - X Q sr, . 1 x-.. l .L-. Ng . . W , xp 5: JOC F. Gumrn - -Xegzmx 1 L -Q , Q 4. f S I A :aff 1 SN N. Hoover 4 SN . :aftersof AA FQ. Ross ! 1-1--'Y' E? Q iz .ff Mg 1 SA D. Abbott . r 4.,,.xx . - ., 5: : , 1 X gsf ,Qzggq fl ii., M.. AN G, Martin W W ,gg-5-,.,f-w N rr " J V ' Q I A 4 K sf rf 1 V x "V .' in .f L W 1? N r v SA R Sluder SA J. S. Nifong M411 I 4,-nw-fm is SPECIAL X SERVICES P r ' 1 A .l 1 .-A-.,... uan I llllll INN! LU1 f't""' MAA f g 515- ir' "Q ' , Q7i'f?fQ A . ...1 .i.-were H+ A X! - 2 an -.ffm iw 1 , hs, .Q- 15 AMS1 J. Lara X Wx f 'X .1 ti Skid .J . 2 . in . l"ll!Hn MAC C.A. Albrecht . -...iv .. .....,- , 5. .K K.. - f-,f.f.,. . 4 :. A -.g,:fU'1 ' . K z.1,W3.lQ.!: l I ' " - 4 ' Q W . 1 2 ,H . , EQ. . - Q . ,LV . ,V -1 S1 E, 5 g 1 eff . f'.L L 1 X 1 DP1 J. Margaron ' K. ."-ihffif' 35337757712 Lf. me T121 ' 33.'..JQ.1g 1 u v: ,M . fn, ' Lani, . .5 .aigs I N , . 'mul 1 V A BL 5 ABE2 E.C. Briones AD2 W. Clayburg 252fExec. . l 1 . . , Q -X 2 .f N. .B .5 .1 . . . MACS D. Campbell f f' 'URW f f. '45 . ' -VW., A a ' ' 1. is I L. ,x 3 ill! , l . .L A , MA1 L. Perlas MM2 R. Ellis 1 Y f T ,QA . -via Q ff ' uiilfg, x ..,,. -S -, Z1 ATCS D. Holsinger SR J. Blomberg Pi v. . F .. 6 M13 I il . A I A I .K A 'fy ' f . . A' 'l I Glam il "" W Y X... . S' BM1 N. Aguilar 757557 . "fi'77f77'5L , f-wr' , 'V f'f.wv-i7jg12 I 5 15159 fi' . .K-XQ-we g 2 Q -fwgrvx 4 i ins I ET1 M. Schoellman 12. . '- 'Q . 'N JW.. x I - . ,533 ' S . . A 'w ' . ily' Q A, Q . K . 3.2 ,. 1 ,Q ,Y AMH2 J. Grandstaff MM1 B. Carlin ' Qffd A- ' . . . MM:- . . ? .mf .. . . -Y-5? . 5 .V X X 1.1 5 - -.xg E .. .. Nl. X , ,i xg X. -' X 6 A - If X A 'LN 1 i issue Y HT1 G. Smith X ygiiin v g . .I HUM 4 1 an 4 AD2 R. Harrington iv, 5' ' 'y 5 K SN B. Fluchmond f., . 5 I ,W 1 ,. . 5? BM1 A. Clayton ml-v .X f 3 . il - i Y ABH1 L. Volrie Gi S S wx 1 1 MM2 C. He-ntnorne SR A. Tnompson f an-,E 1 AM!-ll J. Jones I I 1 MM2 K. Albers wi AQ2 C Rust X . ' fx wg 'E' A r R w ., W! MSC . Sorrstc -XBH2 D. Pollard EM2 W. Rogers tt 3.5.1 1.3, 'wi V -if mi U wi Y .ali K1 Aj AQ3 C Boettcner RM3 C. Harris AME3 J. Hurd ... rl V Qgg-I 1 - -A -'-94:11, 5 - I an AD3 K. Taylor AMH3 W. Thiez AD3 R. Vogel 'xp' an ll nk ABF2 D. Saunders AO2 C. Yee W ' A v. SA 1 S4 if - Q S. F M' 11 W . R L... al AD3 G. Krantz AD3 C. Monsrud r ' J-.N f ,. ' g, .4 A X V, 7 A 55 ' SN J. Martin SN C. Toston MAA , , f .. , 14 AC3 W. Batty DS3 R. Barre " 9 '-v5f::- t " . .' f 1- '- Q x x 1 KW- J AO3 T.L. Sherley AMH3 M. Somers 4 1 FN D, Wade it AA K. Warron J ,nn"'B"f 5 -W A W Y--1. .... . . . gx. f'f.a.n. i A i . ,wg 'ay 1 . . . r .X 9"5.:. Vfg . 5 1 ,,.,,, ,, LA ""'m .,.., ExecJ253 . BRIG 5, VV 3, . -I - ' 1 'F 9 J' s 1 MAC L. Hicks -Tx .' 'gf' V M.. l .4 . r I Y l I 5 V 1 11 N tf II if afi iw ii ii my W Qi X. .,1 555 LQ .Yi i ,i E wr 1 U ii I 1. il IE 2541ExeC. i 1 N i o ,-.fx 14 M 1 Q a 1 - v . ,gn 1 - 1m-aiu Q 6 . 1 Q., Y I Ml: .4 - as M ' - . AMS1 C. Davis PN1 V. Ferguson YN1 EB. Valles M52 H. Delrosanc, ,ryy . 1 ' :9 3 .,, ,ati ,,. - ,' V ""m.,v1 . .JSA . BM2 E. Hennings ET2 S, Cross AT2 McClead AD2 M. Vanoeriooven K' "',7'fQv1 3 T53 ff. 1 .w V . . I Q' h ' .f X ' 'V . ,. V . a .V z 1 M gy .. 4 W '11 . 1 Q Q 4 K' OS2 P Netherton AT2 J. Wyatt AMS3 W. Moriarity AD3 F Paradise ' K, u ' Y .Q MM3 R. Pascua AMH3 E. Ramsey AD3 R. Ulm EMS R. ve.-non i. E sw ,. .... ...- Q as 4:1- X 555 5? L M Q CHAPLAINS , ,JE, , f 3 , Sie 5-,qw Rib 649 J'M V ff! A , G ia' x5-X SN G Pasco rx RPSAI Iaylor QTQX 7 ' w 'I XXL. w " , ff -v 'duh l V U :Hai A' EX9t5P55 PRINT SHOP . 531 -,- 1 Z 'wr . z , , . '1 I 1: "wi X 1 ,liz x 1 fi if wi' . 1 x X 1. Ag , E A LI3 s, Bishop I, .fx AA D. Derr P! K-' wa.. -was Q A' .....,..-..-...--fv f ,,,,. ...x,+..,,.,-ff f Q 7 f ., . "X, 2 A A AI, ' .,..ff Lx 1 if 11 U3 D, Ames LI2 J. Bethune K . , f , , -, ,f My , ,. ' 1 f 2'1 f 1fiJ gl2ET5, UZ? f Kg f xv? r Q K, , . A, ' v , - . , ' - 3- lain-, 'Q .-. 5 ' 4 - :. 'u-AM k ' . -1. .V I-f sf ' U A A LISN B. Gaertner AO J. Hannah 'fgguji Q,,Q,,.,, M.. f' V. ' "2 , lQ.f:4.tg , f 1' I, - ft -6' F- 5 f : "5 'F Z Q ,fl I f ff ,,...,..' LI3 P. Clappef LI3 M '-larrbfloeaer. SN F1 5'f9C1f'W' INV., .v ,ff . Y SFR C.H. Martin SN D. McRae lu , K4 , USN E. Pryor "-QQ: J N. 256fExec. 1 E Q 1-by-wx .,g Q sffxxffg Lgs - K R, is , xx-A 5 f 1 1 1 r A 1 I Fi Q .ag -Q: -X . 2 X.. CAAC HRM F 3 f , 'fm' L f,1.xE, ui-1 fum 'li.a."'m' fu :avfsey f lg ,Q-N c N-1 .. . NK EL QN X P QGWXJW M515 Falcn 1- L--1-,nr ' Q R? A . x,AA,V RM1 M. Stanley AN F1.Whlte - 9' 5 I w . . I f f M OFFICE -1.1 4 f , A - - , f f' .X 258lMar. Det 1- .,......,,...-. - , 1 , 1 .Mi it , fl, , ,f , YQ Wm ,. ,I ,ff-.,i-if 1 , M' 3 - ,,,,w Q - 0 ll I Q.. Q C U. 'fr .4-.5 Ms., it QQ 00m- Uf 2 ofli- Manne mms. lts secu- H219 to all As an comma menfhas a of commqi. honally we fall-unde hi Admlnrstr we belong to Fleet Eacitipl a arters Marine Marine is tasked g t . mto a Headquarters Platoon and a Gua i ,rg 0 Q r .Head quarters Platoog isxesponsible ' 5, all ad ministrative functions from s, ' ' : . - and publications, to pay?FtQgrd xoks, and the cogn- puterized unity diary sys em which includes motions, PCS orders and all g dime of ad- ministration. The Headqua ' also in- cludes Damage Control NCO the Supply NCO who handle their respective t s. , The Guard Platoon composes majority ofthe Marines aboard. This highly trained and disciplined group of Marines respond to any emergency that requires the abilities of a combat 'ned Marine, be it a security alarm in a waapons 'M . 'MSS casualties on flight deck or repelhng unauthorized boarders. Marine Detachment responds to all situ- ations in the highly professional manner which I5 indicative ofthe United States Marine Corps. nq, . Detach- pu- - l ' xL .'.:" V ' M 2 'rc at r Q4 3 id 1 w s X .S .ES 19 SG' ' C Gee' S E' 'A 'errrli '1 , ,Q j:- IJ guy QS' ff :- -"- 4 ,ENE7 , C A Qfawie' A-915 SG' .X P CASQJ1 fi PAA 1: 1 Q-:Nm .gk 5 .X v4 SGT Fi E Barnett CPL PLL. Baker P YQ. e- Q H- j. " :5ff13rq,g ' ... ' 5 'n ' ' 'Vi 1 ... fi .AQ ,wk nw CPL C.C. Fnscher -W f Qfff? ' : -,f w CPL A S Kabage , , I ,574 1. Lo t !. ,f?f's CP E I-fwfr! ll GW SGT W Btown W' . . X , ,-AM. X Q 1 l k D SGT G A MGGEIIID Q , INT ' CPL R. Crulckshank fb- -Cl' N.. CPL G, Isbell 'we 4,- CPL PJ Vavrleka J-I ,S -r rv v 1f,PI J Ramsey MAR DET , An ff' IDS Qu-V I ? Mar D9tf'?59 - Q L? ..,, fa- , U V, ,- A LCPL BH. Boyd LCPL Fi. Carver LCPL V. Cook LCPL R Dewalc: LCP., C, L Fmes i"fL2' ',l', ff 2: LCPL J.L. Heavrm LCPL TP Jack LCPL J Keumerle LCPL MC. Llmewskx LCPL DA McCarty ZGOIWNIFJI' 11191 ,TX A-" PW 'f V Pfsvg' - - 'f L w C U , an ---- ,V-Y, ,.,,, A.. mt, ,, Y ZNW Y s H -..... - -V Y. YL-.. ,,,.,,,,.- . """ ': 1' ., """A 'TT- -CD- B. VOVVS x 153 -CPL M, :wwth Q QS Q L- f f.i-1:11 MAR DET P D 'Q Xa-Q28 X5-i :gy-LJ . Q W. x i 755' . E :fx A555 31 1? LCPL J. Pitts LCPL N. Flolgers LCPL A. Smith 'Nu ,. . . nz ' 1 , z- Vw LCPL JM. Toomey LCPL O, Torres LCPL T. Turner 1 , ,., V fo 'vu , -Cf-V- P A Nmney LCPL M W4Ison LCPL J. Young PFC Fl. Alpt fq. , , W fs Q5 w 'fs " 3 'b Qri 'B 3f'1 Vf f.,,:.a,:a DVQ , Bmggrgf QV PFC L C CVBYBY PFC C DENIS .. . Y-.. Un.-. .... ,, ............--..-.-.........- - ....,.... -- Mar Det'261 PFC M Dougher PFC K L DuBons PFC J F Gallant PFC B Hersch PFC T. James PFC C Kamalan .sm .Q i . " ,fv-0 . PFC J.S. Ohishi PFC C.L. Raybon QD' E3 A.D. Scott 4 I 'vkgjjf 7991. F X 'Qtvffihi A ,,,, ,,, PFC S. Stiffel -uv + -'WJ MAR DET S Y 1 l 1 N I -.wk . I V , v'K"g.N?f Ln K HQ . mf? 'il--W1 is. f ' ' x 1. Q xx 1 3 8. N., 5 . X, ' X: f W .. 4 1: K' A . X 'efwff .3 - EA .K ..XyX1' V .fvxgg I - , ' .',, ,vV up . ' V ' , x., 'x . an .N A, . " f A f www? 'fy' ' if x a-5 . Q .lp Y , 1 ,N 'fr' ' B rx' ' 2792, - .. , . 1.4 'IC X M M. 9 6 nip 0, 'ki X .Q tm at A gpv , iq' 5 Xin' J ' V 'W .' .x 4' 1 nv- W Q. F was . 1... 1. -'?'Y! ,Q,nsx vs. E ' affair 5.1 .-.5 ' ..4 F f x - ' Q f A K X -N h . y A ,fs I 3 . A V . 'ji' ' 5 if il 1 . A' .Y A ' Q ' I . A , , x. A . . 4 ' 9' J, , -Q ."2'.C'3-'L il . - 3' f ' .JP f Q . ' Mt xlfxwg N , , . ,U '41 A -V fx' 5 532 S li? if R 2 h P0 ' 5' . tiivil . 1. I ' A L l Va? 3 A -V., --. ...mg 'k' - w I ' " X ' W N Ma! lf3PYJ'263 J I N-. . 'Q I ..nll:"""',..r M, , I ,.-if , ,nw -vn- in bs 1 I- 4 K -sm 3 ""..' , . . 4' 1 A dl, V x K - Q 5 5 L . L . X 2 . , N " 1 . z MEDICAL , WH fa . 'ff' ' 3 .Ass 099 32133 An, - . N 'lf X rr W I . . 'far' ' ' 'C 'M 1 jx- -V ' ' 1, 5 . W . . . ' , . - M ' ' if -" . 'T 4 ,Q rv- ,P L M U" . S . M . V : 1 . L X ,id . 5 W ll 3 . , Q xg ,I L, I .l .,V,k, Q.. ,K in I I yu. h w Q, A. 3 . M ,f yo... , V ?,. L1 .L fr T ' -- -L f x ,J N-M 31 Q 1 Cv 2 M- L T 1-aa.. N-. f -Ir rf - .. -Ll , vi-" SL G Q 10, I I LCDR M. Abel LCDR J. Bendele LT B. Miller LT J.L. Winstanley LT S.A. Schaefer .. 5, . -:fm -. .f-fff1f?v1 ' " . .. 1552 ' if TH " 'f 4 gb. T V, . -:fi lx I :LA f' a .vr in-, 1 nn. ! if T ' ' X is QQ, , Q' R CWC4 J. Hernanoez HMCS RB. Wilson HMC Madlangbayan HMC HA we-my HMC Brewster .. is , "' 1 i rv ' . li . nl 'iv X- ' f Y HM2 H. Buenier HM2 D. Cobb HM2 R. Dubord HM2 R. Goodbred HM2 J. Kimes LT JM. Squires KST? HM1 S. Barone Li. HM2 K. Kittell ' H LT B.W. Wamsley T king HM1 P. Falcetti AM2 J. Leggett Med.f265 HM3 M. Anjola f 'f' 4 f Ay- 9. - ,A wf f I llgu' HM3 PA Faulon HM3 D. Jackson HM3 A Kemp HMB K Olson Nw 1 A 61, Q45 ., V15 A' 3 I 5 X FZ Y wg 1 ,fx , - HM3 S Paul HM3 R Soriano HM3 T, Toner HM3 R Demarest HN D Sohn MEDICAL wwvifsf l bf -1' W-1 'F' .,-'i ' ,.. 5 ,, Q g A-., fltx X fx. Med.!267 ff A-swf, 55 Jmlf 5. fly X ,k,,T,. ' ' N. CDR Ft. Purdy The term Navigation is derived from the Latin Navis, a ship, plus Agere, to direct. Thus, naviga- tion is the process of directing the movement of the ship from one point to another. The members of the Navigation Department have taken great pride in their profession. The Quartermasters are adept at the use of almanacs, sextons, charts and the like. The precision that navigating demands requires an indepth knowledge of the use of these instru- ments. The QM's have fine tuned the art of naviga- tion. The information derived must be interpreted and applied in such a fashion that precision is tem- pered with good judgement and safety. The QM's are a close knit, hard working group. Each one has had a hand at getting the "Big E" around the 268lNav. oceans of the world. Each member of the team has his own interpretation of the ways of the sea. ln essence some are just saltier than others. The wise man of the sea lives in each one of us. The QM's are from all different parts of our country. ln fact some needed a sense of navigation just to get out of places like Texas to begin with! Many have laid claim but we all know . . . the QM's are King Neptune's chosen! I'- .X x li -ri I' ,,f Khx A nf Q-A wp wer, Lx.-. X H . lar. JMC T. Wilson QM2 R. Geiger 4 .4, A Q on .- - ., QQ Y QMS L.T, McKamey 'Y if . L G N 'X 9 if A LTJG A bxaterman 'Q M, Q ' f A OM1 J. Kmcade xml E35 5 All QM2 J. Smith an fi. ." if. OM3 G. Miller i N 'L LTJGC Tlsdale ai ball 'V' f. 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Zemp V J S 1, 'E 4 4,55 fs I' in ' L1 OSCM D L Rlcharcls YNC D Ror YN2 G Ferguson OS2 Fi Parkhurst YM3 V n 41' , 4,5 T' t f f ' ilu.. Qu... K r. X x 5 , R ,,.h s , if Q fr f ur 0:4-" U ,hh-0 , ,...---uv-'- , , A: ,,,,f ,, ,,,,.g-dv xg, Rip 5? ,. M il, li K Xi-fa U LTCFI R. Kennedy LCDFI J. Akins D D is L FQ . N iwlw Alina- ISC D. O. White YS1 H. Cheverria .4 . - . "'5il.., S, Em IS2 W. E. Fremgen IS2 P. J. Hawkins -,K 4...-fu! xx I N1 IS3 M. S. Hamm DP3 J. G. Harvey K L41 J' I X . -if V 290!OP ' Q1 , 'Z nu LCDFI S. D. Pierce LT P- G. I-STKO ff' fi? Y 5 if -.KY DP1 F. Johnson IS1 W. L. Louviere 'fi- . f .1 L f , f . q 4-if 1 J 2. . . f' IS2 S. K. Kramer IS3 W. E. Atkinson ' ' fy 'K ff! I, 51 'I+-1.5.21 S .fit " DP3 S. A. King IS3 M. L. Lewis ,..- H 1 f 1 ' LTJG C. J. Carson . 1 ,Q""' 1 in 7 Q ' Y DM2 W. PI. DueSSel 5 'Y SN ' as 5 ,I H , x "',.l.' . .. . . 4 1' 'Q . 1 652. sf :.'?7f5fl':' ,f , A WSQTA.. Q' , 2 V . iss K. G. Foy Q 'fi J Q. 1. IS3 G. E. Mclntyre Nr ' 7 f K ' jg X y DPSN A. B. Corn ISSN D. J. Elliott ISSN R. J. Fieig ISSN W. B. Heird ISSN M. P. Nikola H S L 'C . I I 53. .S S i ' ' 'Sq X ' ix n I il if s ISSN T. W. Hopkins CTSN L. Jerominski ISSN M. Nikola DP3 B. Tobin -. ..,.. ,s' FIMLA... . 0 --,--"- w ,fiffi ,L F4 I I fx P4 3 -2 11 ISI ,lil- A ff, , . V ' .- .,:t-www r ,X W , Q, 1 XXN f 3 I I .- ur qu'-xp 4 ' F594 . N -I ' .. Qiilfai- 'wrt' - I 1. f g1ap:QfX1'gf ' e - Q 4 :K 3' Q ', . if Q ' ,. A X -, .: I "Iii I X' tag, , I . Q E 'Q -.4 T ' I 5 , EEE QE QE MI-'ffl ma 52, IQ -.gmt - Q1 .4 Ny . I mr, CDR J. D. Gorman Night and day, at sea and at anchor, the nuclear trained officers and enlisted men of the Reactor Department stand watch over one of the most so- phisticated nuclear propulsion plants in the world. These members of the ship's crew maintain a constant, never-ending vigil. The mobility and ver- satility of ENTERPRISE are the result of conscien- tious watchstanding and diligent preventive and corrective maintenance. The ENTERPRISE pro- pulsion plant has never failed to enable the ship to meet all operational commitments. The Reactor Department personnel are proud of this record. The close teamwork among the six Reactor De- partment Divisions and the unique capabilities of ENTERPRISES propulsion plants help make EN- TERPRISE ready to serve any time, any place. ,,M.,f RC M Y vi X E. ,, .- r Sf' G fgwl w... .ff 5.118 . .X Q Q 17 CDR D. Baugh LTJG R. E. Averill ENS T. Keaney 4 ETC L. Cook 294!REACTOFl I, I' 1 dag ETC F, Davies 4, ' 49 Q . W 1 1 L, , . Jones gif, . , 5, I Q , sffffku f ' 172- :fi ,W ' 'I 5 1, Hi' 55 " 'tffzf ' 1 ' fu Y X f," A K fQffQ:f,iij1." , . 'L Y 'iazff ' fm, , ' -Y V. 41 42. ,.-. I. ,414 Q ' A 1 m 8 Y I J 1 7 C ET1 J. Pinkerton . ,1 A, X Pi N X U ET1 W. 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The Safety Department is responsible for implementing a comprehensive safety program based on objec- tives established by the Commanding Officer. ln carrying out this Safety Program, the ship's Safety Department must promote maximum coo- peration in Safety Matters at all levels, ensure a wide distribution of safety information, monitor the submission of required safety reports, and main- tain appropriate safety records and statistics. ln implementing safety programs involving Gen- eral Safety, Aviation Safety, Motor Vehicle Safety, Environmental Protection, and Personnel Safety, the Safety Department must instill all crew- members with an attitude of "Safety Awareness" on a daily basis. Common sense and Safety Awareness lies with the individual, promoting and improving that attitude is the task of the Ship's Safety Department. CDR T. Smith SG. E SAFETYl309 CDF! G. Auerbach , .m -fs! 5 f: NVQ... 9? "'Og 4.. UPPLY f---T li " -..,,, i l of ,C I 'll FIZD ,, Ji, The mission of the ENTERPRISE Supply De- partment is logistical support to the ship and its Airwing. ln order to fully accomplish this large and complicated task, the talents of six enlisted ratings are required. The Storekeepers and Aviation Storekeepers provide the technical research, req- uisitioning, and storage for hundreds of thousands of parts and tons of consumable material neces- sary for the support of the aircraft and ship's equip- ment. Mess Management Specialists store, issue and prepare a wide variety of food items to pro- duce appetizing meals for the six thousand men embarked on ENTERPRISE. Providing customer oriented service, Ship's Servicemen run retail stores and fountains, process laundry, and man two barbershops. The Big "E" 's Disbursing Clerks carefully audit the pay records of the crew, prepare allotments to dependents and savings ac- counts, and generally serve as the "Bank" on- board. Programming the complex UNIVAC com- puter on ENTERPRISE is the job of a select group of individuals known as Data Processing Techni- cians. True to their motto of "Quality First Equals Professionalism," the 700 members of the Supply Department go to any lengths to provide the best in the way of services and support possible. SUPXST1 SUPPLY W LCDR C, Hauser YN """Wa 'Q ,.--1 QI 3 A, Barber AKAN M Crang fN3 f n Y if CTAQGOQYQQV A MINISTR TIO 0 . av , X Q - . . C. V, 2' .Lf 312!SUP Qu-4 nm-Irv" T I A x I I T """" ' -uri v ' K . XTX,--ng. I 5 Mcflorkenaare ENS P. Nelson SKC S. T. Bayle . at 1 x Q Q ' , : X Q w Y' X T ...4 V L.. 1- AKC L. T. KHQOVS SK1 E. AbaSiiIIa SK1 A, Amat 2 as Q .... Q 3' :1.af3,u . i ' "" .V T i 'KLL' ?i Aff" HF XX- X. f ' A X V ' " fi . , xx 4 .T .- X ,T . ,,. .af xx YL '32, ., 4 NJ 5 -4' .4 AL - X "r 5 SK? J. Portillo AK2 R D. Barcos AK2 T. Brammer 'QDL SK2 M. Orino I T ' a "' .V Q AK2 P. Rao SK2 V. Samson 'Ulu AKC G. Brundudge DPC J. Hanson 11. 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Villvard SUPf329 The Training Department is composed of a di- verse group of specially trained men who are tasked with providing varied services to the Enter- prise crew in an ongoing effort to improve ship- board life, and enhance individual career satisfac- tion. The Department consists of the Training Offi- cer, Educational Services Officer, PACE instructors, Shipboard lndoctrination and Petty Of- ficer Academy Staff. The ESO is tasked with processing applications for the Command Advancement Program and Offi- cer Program Selections. Another vital role of the department is the implementation of the formal school training required to maintain crew readiness and professional aptitude for the 3000 man crew while homeported. Closely related to this is the necessary funding of temporary duty orders to ac- complish this training. The Training Department prepares TAD orders and maintains accurate ac- counting records for all TAD expenditures. The Navy's Program for Afloat College Educa- tion QPACEJ, administered by Chapman College of Orange, Ca. and Central Texas College of Killeen, Texas allows Enterprise crewmembers to attend college courses while afloat. During this cruise, a total of 675 students attended courses in History, English, Math, Law Enforcement, Photography, Business and Economics, Logic, Psychology, Phi- losophy, Management and Accounting accumulat- ing approximately 2022 semester hours of credit. The department conducts full-time shipboard in- doctrination classes covering all areas aboard the ENTERPRISE including 3-M and DC qualification. One thousand men have received this preparatory training during the cruise. The Petty Officer Academy has prepared over eight hundred new PO3's for their new roles as managers and leaders during our eight months away from home-port. 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Baker AA Fl. Baxter AN T. Bershane SN G. L. Bockness AMSAN J. Bowles l T 7 5 Q . 3 .Xxx YF 'YET' Q Q . N.. M Q .X 'Qi ' Z Y X . . .IX m . . -Q' A t, .A 5. AN M. Carver AR L. M. Colyer AA D. Coltinghsm AA K. Davis . :X . 5 .Q 1 1 X T A , , is is i . ' Lise AA P. Carrasco A-X J' , AOAA B. Fierro AR J. Fitzgerald AN A. B. Godfrey AA W. Gray SA R. Hamilton 1 1 I A . ff A . 'Q ,b , KY- v 4 N AN M J Jacobson 'iz ' sg, "'1j5g. vs A f? X X YI 2. -. 5 xr: ERSSSQQ-:Q N 1+ Fx x 'ix . . -rags 3 . Q ,r A i AA H. E, Kirby 2.3 f AN W. Patterson w- Q fq . AN C. R. Shields fy? ' X ASEB R. Votuoo 1' 'zlfffrr " ,V .ar -Q. J M N W7 r f -1 f SN Woofrvdgo N. . B fa AN H. C. Jensen 4 1321- 'F- ws- A 1 A AA R. Larrison if 'P' b fe QR .-V' I ,. . . 1 '35 K 6 .A E AN G. T. Patton ' 'W' ' , .. If T, f AN M. N. Skuda -SV Mi, 51 T ,. iQ ix, - ., A vo 1 O AN K, Johnson AOAA K. W. Kerry . Y'F""A ,, ' 915 ?E.5. rl: 1 "'4 A .V .V I V f Z AA C. LeVeaux v. 44.741 f 1' A , 1 J "-. AM SAN D. Plymale AN J. Steward R. V . 2 i . .2 I r AN R. V9fu0Chi AOAN E. Wllk ' 4 AN E. T. Marcks . . x..,,: ', . T 'W 'vfrgil .ea ' x , x AOAN R. G. Quinn .. . N 3 Q. X AOAN R. Switzer . ,- wfisfii " 1 1,-I . 3 if SN K, Wirick -ff-Jw., rr, 1 WEAPONSXS41 ' A . , I -,z1,- 1, 6.4 . ff F 'A -- ...nf k 4- , ..,, 4 Vi' l vi x -A+,-A . .sllegk , " ' 5 'fx aY,v jo A n . l 1 at .A .Y . I i g,w,.- WX-J, . .- I l , l- ,Jw gl CWO3 Fl. Derus AOC E. Hannifan . , , ,L,,, .,W,x ' .flu . 'Y 'Vvf ' Q- l .. Q-1-fm 'JP A . A. U ji 'S A9 1 sa- - . fl 5 2 X f .5 l 1 A02 D. Mauton A02 K. Minton A A g A -- W, , . Q'-.A-ffvqsv '.'7X 18515 A A A Eli '45 All 1 l 7' f V . A "s l f vi , I A03 T. Hinman A03 T. Jenkins , l ,,. 4 l ., X f xx' X I Q .fibfl .l , Aff' wel '. I ff'i2z,g2 , lalgalyl ,vcfii 1 5 sp , 1 . l TM1 E Dalrymple A 53.7 L"' l . .. A.l,f5?5. ' QQ-in A 6 l xl. A02 J. Mothershead A faq 5 1 59, l l TM3 B. Lyster 5 , 9 waxy. f'c4llA?l5,.ti'll f 'H ' 73 l V+". Q 'QD' km ur X A01 Fl. Huereca an - Y A02 J. Poole A ' fl .A .iii .A. 1 f ' 1. gill? ' .V . A.. lu- A vii' gl, AO3 J. Schell Awww? l'x. ww' AO1 Fl. NlleS f , A A f xl I.: TM3 M. Emmett ff QQ' I , 'A Jill: 1 1 A - Al '5"' fl bl A... 1 K al 5 ll A AA W. Alexander ' 'ev ,fr 342lWEAPONS -f - M-af N-Ik ,l,.f,.,..,-. .fjp wgwglgfl ' ' V .. 3 AA Fl. Bartholome AA W. Brewer 'TA ,2, f. ' 1 .-'., -A55 li! , I A AR J. BUI'1fleF P' !, I ' X SN M. A. Gladue ie- -63 . TMSA H. E. Humsberry A02 J. Cneclester ,.. ,., 1 'P l - , l Y TM3 B. Habef ff: A AA E. AlfanO SN T. Mellen 1 AN J. Marlin AOAN D. Mcoonald AA Fl. McKinney AOAN s. L. Milford SA M, Mullen AOAN Fl L. Oxford A F lg i SA T ..L, f i A xl x lf KA T 'X Fhlbdft ..W..M erm..-vu.,-.M-g-,Q-Awvyfya 1-gk, 35 xk-x LL . e -If X x .Q T? ' e If ,1" Craig LTJG W, Bafford 'Y ke J A' 'T s elx AOC T. V. Hobbs AO1 G. Tauscher . , i s e' Q 5 if 3 il e i ,W We 1 .1 YN3 M. Greene AH K. Beasley F0 . P I LT M. Ponnuswamy FTG2 M. Francois i as . 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Devlin 2 SN D i Shafer' i 'x SA I WGHS Q F1 ii' WEAPONS!345 Q DESRDN 21 Tw On 10 March 1943 at Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides, nine ships of the new and powerful 2100 ton class destroyers were formed into Destroyer Squadron Twenty-One, under the Command of Captain F. X. Mclnerney. The Squadron joined in the push northward from the South Pacific and saw its first action in the battle for the Solomon Islands. The USS O'BANNON QDD-4505 ws the first to encounter the enemy when she sank the submarine RO-34 by gunfire after forcing her to surface. Operating in the area of the Solomon Islands brought the present insignia of Destroyer Squadron Twenty-One's Rampant Lion with a trident, sweeping the seas beneath the Southern Cross, and the motto "Solomons Onward." Following World War ll, the original Destroyer Squadron Twenty-One cease to exist as of 31 December 1945 when the last of its ships was inactivated. However, in January 1946 a fleet reorganization took place and Destroyer Squadron Twenty-One came alive again for about a year. Then for almost eight years, Destroyer Squadron Twenty- One hibernated in its lair and the Lions were not ln the Fleet. But on 9 December 1954 Destroyer Squadron Eigh- teen arrived from the East Coast, was redesignated De- stroyer Squadron Twenty-One and commenced playing a significant role in the Pacific Fleet Operations, including the evacuation of the Tachen lslands and the Cuban Crisis. From 1965 until the 1973 cease fire, the Squadron par- ticipated in the Vietnam area in a number of roles including Naval Gunfire Support, escort duty for Carrier Strike Groups, search and rescue, radar surveillance and coastal patrol. Since 1973, Destroyer Squadron Twenty-One has made six deployments to the Western Pacific for a total of 41 months. Between deployments, the Squadron has partici- pated in numerous Eastern Pacific exercises, and has as- sisted in maintaining assigned ships in high states of train- ing and material readiness. Imagination, effectiveness and flexibility combined with determination and aggressiveness have made the Ram- pant Lions of Destroyer Squadron Twenty-One proud of their heritage and of their vital current and future roles in support of the country's worldwide Maritime interests and responsibilities. Captain Joseph J. ANDRILLA, USN Commanden DESRON 21 25 'July 1981 - 16 March 1983 Captain Andrilla was commissioned in 1960 through the NROTC Program at the University of California at Los Angeles. He was initial- ly assigned to duty aboard USS INTERPRETE QAGR-141. He was then assigned to USS SOMERS QDD-9473 where he served as Engi- neer Officer. In August 1964 Captain Andrilla was assigned to the Naval Destroyer School, Newport, Rhode Island as a student. Fol- lowing this he was reassigned to USS FRANK KNOX QDD 7423 and thereafter to USS PREBL QDLG 153 where he served in both ships as Operations Officer. Captain Andrilla received his first significant shore assignment in 1967 when he was ordered to the Bureau of Naval Personnel where he served as a Junior Officer Detailer. Following this he was ordered to the Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California where he was awarded a Master of Science Degree in Management. There- after, he returned to sea-duty as Executive Officer of USS LYNDE MCCORMICK QDDG-81. Captain Andrilla was next assigned to duty at the Naval War Col- lege, Newport, Rhode lsland as a student in the College of Naval Command and Staff. Upon completion, he was ordered to the U.S. Naval Academy where he served on the Staff of the Superintendent. ln September 1976, Captain Andrilla assumed command of USS TOWERS QDDG-99. His tour of command was followed by assign- ment to Pacific Fleet Propulsion Examining Board where he served as a Senior Examiner. Captain Andrilla assumed command of D9- stroyer Squadron TWENTY-ONE on 25 July 1981. Captain Andrilla is married to the former Barbara Conley of Hayward, California. They have two children, Mark and Lisa. 805 they reside in San Diego, California. 346!Desron 21 Q.:-'F-I-, " "' " h-....A Captain Stephen Scott CLAREY, USN Commander DESRON 21 16 March 82 - Present Captain Stephen S. Clarey is a graduate of Williams College and was commissioned at Officer Candidate School in Newport, Rhode ls- land, in October 1962. His initial sea duty was aboard USS HOLLISTER iDD-7881 in Long Beach, California, as Gunnery and ASW Officer, and as Operations Officer aboard USS BIGELOW QDD-9425 in Mayport, Florida. Subse- quent sea tours were as Commanding Officer, USS SUFFOLK COUNTY QLST-1 1731 in Little Creek, Virginia, Executive Officer, USS REEVES iCG-245 in Pearl Harbor, Hawaiig and as Commanding Offi- cer, USS ELLIOTQDD-9671 in San Diego, California. He has complet- ed numerous fonrvard deployments to the Mediterranean, Western Pacific, Indian Ocean, and the Southern Pacific. Captain Clarey has had a variety of shore duty assignments in the Washington area. He has served as a Junior Officer Detailer, as a sea control and political-militag analyst and study director in the Sys- tems Analysis Division of PNAV, as a Special Assistant for Joint Matters to the Director Joint Staff, and as Head, Planning and Devel- opment Branch within the General Planning and Programming Divi- sion of OPNAV. Captain Clear reports for duty as Commander Destroyer Squad- ron TWENTY-ONE after serving as the Executive Assistant and Se- nior Aide to Chief of Naval Operations. Captain Clare is a graduate of the Naval Destroyer School, the Armed Forces Staff College, and the Senior Officer Ship Material Readiness Course in Idaho Falls, Idaho. From 1969 to 1971 he at- tended the Harvard University Graduate School of Business Admin- istration and was awarded a Masters Degree in Business Administra- tion in June 1971. He is a proven subspecialist in Financial Manage- ment and Operations Analysis. His personal decorations include the Legion of Merit, Meritorious Service Medal, Joint Service Commen- dation Medal, Nav Commendation Medal, and the Navy Achieve- ment Medal with Cyombat Captain Clarey is the son of Admiral Bernard A. Clarely, USN iRetJ of Honolulu, Hawaii, a former Commander in Chief, U.S. acific Fleet. He is married to the former Roberta Rouzee of Manhasset, New York. He and Mrs. Clarey have two children: a son Christopher, a student at Williams College, and a teenage daughter, Ashley. They are currently residing in Coronado, California. ...r"'! Desron 21f347 2- N-s..,., W J q P x. P 7 fr x W '44 W' 'X .1 ,-,V MWEH, .wh iam VE W- : IQ ,X + ?'ww ww ig -Q L' 'F ww '01-ful-A. , -......-..,..-....-.-.......,-.. !.-Y., , - ..,, -...,. - , ...Y . ! ..,. . , .,-,... ...-.,... Q I 'Q gc 34 ,.f wfww' .aw W CARRIER Al Carrier Air Wing ELEVEN has an impressive record dating back to October 1942. It has a distinguished past and present combat history and a capability which places it high among the fighting units of the United States Navy. Commissioned on Navy Day, 1942, the Air Wing has recorded a number of significant "firsts" in attaining its place of recognition as one of the Navy's top fighting orga- nizations. ln June 1943, the pilots of what was then Air Group ELEVEN conducted the first daylight raids during desperate fighting in the Solomon and New Georgia oper- ations of WW II. They also took part in air strikes on Leyte Gulf, Indochina, Formosa, and the China Mainland. For the above operations, the Presidential Unit Citation was awarded to the Air Group for its extraordinary achievements against the enemy. During the Korean con- flict, Carrier Air Group ELEVEN was the first Navy Group to engage and down a MIG jet fighter. Another first was recorded when COMFAIR HAWAII awarded a rating of OUTSTANDING to the Air Wing, the first in its history, during an Operational Readiness Inspec- tion. With the addition of the RA5C Vigilante, A6A Intruder, and E-2A Hawkeye, Air Wing ELEVEN deployed on board the USS KITTY HAWK to the Seventh Fleet in October 1965 with the most modern, complex strike group ever to be assembled and evaluated under wartime conditions. The Navy Unit Citation was awarded to the USS KITTY HAWK and Air Wing ELEVEN in November 1966 for the above achievements. In August 1967, Air Wing ELEVEN and USS KITTY HAWK were again awarded the Navy Unit Citation for their efforts in the Vietnam conflict from De- cember 1966 to May 1967. The Attack Carrier KITTY HAWK and Air Wing ELEVEN became the first shiplair wing to receive the Presidential Unit Citation for perfor- mance during the Vietnam conflict. During Attack Carrier Air Wing ELEVEN's sixth WestPac deployment lNovember 70-July 711 she again broke all previous records for combat sorties flown and ordnance NG ELE VE are delivered. This record was shortlived, however, for during her seventh deployment she again broke all records. De- ployed early due to the 1982 Communist offensive, KITTY HAWK and Air Wing ELEVEN became known as the back- bone of "Linebacker" operations fthe resumption of bomb- ing in North Vietnaml. g In 1973, Carrier Air Wing ELEVEN and KITTY HAWK transitioned to a 13 squadron air wing and 107 aircraft to form the world's largest air wing under the new CV con- cept. This new concept was implemented and deployed to Westpac in November 1973 for a most successful cruise highlighted by an Air Power Demonstration for the Shah of Iran and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff while operating inthe Indian Ocean. In 1975 KITTY HAWK!Air Wing ELEVEN once again demonstrated their versatility in the role of a multi-mission carrier with its second CV deployment. Following this, while the HAWK went to the yards for a complete overhaul and update, Air Wing ELEVEN underwent a major reorga- nization incorporating the Navy's newest F-14 Tomcat and S3A Viking as well as the new A6E CAINS and E-2C. 1977 saw Carrier Air Wing ELEVEN deployed to WEST- PAC aboard the USS KITTY HAWK with the newest air- craft in the fleet. After an eight month extended deploy- ment, Carrier Air Wing ELEVEN began preparations to move the Air Wing to the East Coast. In March 1979, Carri- er Air Wing ELEVEN deployed to the Mediterranean aboard the USS AMERICA. The Air Wing was comprised of 10 ASW and TACAIR squadrons with over 90 aircraft stationed throughout the U.S. Today, Carrier Air Wing ELEVEN is comprised of two fighter squadrons QVF-114 and VF-2131 flying the F-14A "Tomcat," two light Attack Squadrons KVA-94 and VA-221 flying the A-7E "Corsair II", one medium attack squadron QVA-959 flying A-6E "intruders," and two anti-submarine Squadrons QVS-37 and HS-61 flying S-3A "Viking" and SH- 3H "Sea Kings." WE WERE GIVEN THE CHALLENGE AND WE MET IT! "The Winning Combination" 3501 CVW-1 1 X i CDR. F. Lee Tillotson i 15 Aug '81 - 6 Nov '82 CAG CDR. Robert Philip Hickey Jr. y ,E 6 Nov '82 - Present i 1 I Q 1'- 200,000th Recovery for ENTERPRISE. Pilot is CDR. R.P. Hickey, CAG. CVW-11!351 CAG STAFF Wu. wig. ...l CDR R. Moos 352fCVW-1 1 l X !'n r X sg' , . 4 A' v , Ap , . ,a I lags , V f I . , Z? if ' W A 4' l J 4 X V sr ,C W' . , my 'W' :Cf N . x, A CDR R. Burbrink LCDR K. Saunders LCDFI B. 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',. vf- . 'V W .F dll- ri- ' g V V- f V ' . we an . ' w-, eg: 22? 'l5...r - - I 1.-'lil' I .mf x, uv.: 1- my X. ' X 1, ? -- as U o ,-,.- , fn' any 'Q Li' IQ: qi-?'U 1 I I ,gn -. ..,f M..-f-- . .-V..- ......... ...--.........-..-.--,.,..-....4.-.... m, -I . J- K ,,,.::. , u , 5 A i 11. ' W. f LL VF-114 For the VF-114 Fighting Aardvarks the 1982-83 WESTPACII. O. deployment aboard USS ENTER- PRISE lCVN-651 was highly successful. During the course of cruise the "Varks" accumulated over 3000 flight hours, logged over 1200 traps and suc- cessfully launched 13 air to air missiles. These ac- complishments were the result of many hours of hard work under often trying conditions. Those who participated can be proud. They have done their part in maintaining the illustrious tradition of the 'Varks As always the fighting Aardvarks re- main "First to Right". 3 4f'Vl' I14 ,,,.,.uslIl01"""" gun ,An CDR J. 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Pappas X Lai 59 4 V :ft '? 1 , .4 5 . . f' fv f '11 V21 :i f 75 1 fx ' s ,cg 'ig f A L- X. AT2 S. V. Shuffelt AE2 G, D. Smith s. 3 AD2 S. Sund AMS2 C. Tarpley K f :ll MZ 1 a 4 , fy.-5 . 1.7, QQ 1 Q , lm 47 AMH3 B. Baumbach AO3 A. AyCO .id KL LP..-, :li AO3 A. E. Brown AZ3 D. Brown l 1 f W. rl 1 F" I-ME2 K Frazier AD3 B. A Geren 3 ' ' 11 vgJ 'yt' AT2 K. Parker ,. , I f fy Lf 122, . V 'f . " ' ,iz api? fy A 3, ' N AO2 L. Stewart ff X if V I If r A' , y f f W gf 9 y .5163 an V W. uf !43,f1g,: ' '- jflgn . V .J fm-,, ' ,.4Y,ff A Yfriw f ' 2 V! f, ' . r , 'X .J Wu A02 D. Thigpen ' ' f.fff'?,T.4 J' f f Y' ,. fit, 1, . '. f - .V . 4,-.fag .W 1 may-, ' , iw. 1252112 M1 V L Q s U V AMH3 A. E. Brittian . . .it ' A af A ,.f r .au , . , .fuyff ,. f ,um V . 4, - rv .2 1, , fmt, U L ,Q Ca! lg ,Ik L I -1 ,. AT3 J. Centeno ,bf Q... AD3 L. R. Gldcumb X gi L S ., us ui 4 J - 1 AZ3 G. Davis A23 K. L. Dixon ff' -uu- vw... L! X. 1 AHS M. E. Estrella AMH3 R. M. Faccio ' -Z' rl I., rf 5 1 V 'I A A A A 4 AE3 C, Goodman AT3 P. A. Guliar ill ANS3 D. Hayes is X ,XY I t AMS3 A. Hernandez VF-114!361 f in Y AT3 T Kulllsz AQ3 D Lanahan - 1 '..Q 2 I :gf I fag aww 4? V, Q, ' 1 YN3 K Purr AMSJ D Parrlsh AME3 V Flettew AT E I A AMES J. Trxplett AD3 K. Wagner AQAN J. Baker PHAA S. Bennett N E 2 A5 " 4' 'A' A A rf' Aif .-r '5 . . we ff? .f 'f Q., ,K ""'--. AOAA R. Cerale ATAN J. Cnexley Mem W5 ' ' i?:3?i- . .. AW - -, 14 . ,,. ,,.f f -,X ADAN M. W. Dietz -.af V' 4 hgt f I AK3 P. Wescott i r - fc, L13 K If I Mg.. . ,tl 4 "f f Qi. , i . A AEANJ.Beny AA T. Cormier AD3A.Dgws . '..' I . .. ,wg . f fn: W, z f gf asf ' .. 14:5 . if i k Q 53365 'W . ,--J M W.: ff 'N- YNSN G. Brandau Ki AN H. G. Coulter T! ADAN A. Andrews AA J. Brown V. 4 1:3352 f.. 1:7 ' if L , - V- A 5 2:52251 .Q 1 :jf my f'.41.g-:4,.q.3, ,g" fr Q . zwiwzw. ,V I . .. .. 'Zac f -A PFIAA M. Davis " "k' 3 fxfhfwff' K'-Ms' f'Tf'fT"?W . gg - gg., . r ' 1 5121. V I - 935 15,4 1 ,. 5 J .K V, V. gi . Q5 5:2 G 1.1.1-fri... . 1' " ' ' ' f T- ' '-ff 3, W2'5f'!EF-nf?-'ti--' . .' . :Q-P.-GDM. wr " 'Q-.F"" f . if. -'.wf21ivr:sy: . I , 2 ' g i A . A 1 i + PNSN C. D. Edwards ADAA M. Furlow AN R. C. Hardy AN Fl. A. Haines A 'Y .. X .. E P Ai 3?-1 is E3 1: n. .V .. ru 1 v W 4 i 1 r , E I r I I v 7 1 5 5 r 7 I 5 F 5 . 1 1 I r I I Q 364fvF-1 14 N .4 .xx x ,J I 4 AEAN w. Higgins AA D. Mathis AD J. Nicholls AMEAN D. Jackson vw ww.. ' , fx: , Q Qt Q 1 iii. - 4 r s 1 "" 93? QE . 1 ' AN D. A. Matthews 4 ,QF . My ASAN C, Nicholson M Q 5 .gr JK 4' " h i. ., ..., 4 , . an .2514 . . . 4- V. r xx J, 1 ,jr 7 K V ,E A AN R, Johnson ADAA S. Kijula SN Lennox AN D. G. Loudermilk a -l 41:1 L ., V . r A 4 AN D. Maurer AN A. Mayberry ATAN T. Murdock X if 1 A 4, 1 AMSAA E, Porter AA R. Robertson AEAN M. Scott ! on V, fir.: 3? . 1' - fbi. 'q Q 1 AQAN R. Siewerth AAA M. Slaughter AOAA E. Murphy 1 la AA D. Shalowski AA L. A. Smith W' .1 ., A ..w 515 AA R L. Smith N Z AN K. Waits 7. . 'A' I rg AOAN B- Si3V9f ATAN C. Steelrnan Q .5 ' S 5' . . . 'ly I' v AQAN M. Watling AN B. Webster , -2525 . . 7' xl ' 6 Us 2' i .f ' 1. I AQAN C. W. Tignor AMSAN R. C. Tippins ADAN P. Turne K f 'S V. AMSAN H. Wilde AA W. J. Withers AOAA J. Fl. Wrig ggi. SBS L ..,,54? T .4 Q X,- fi.. . ,,-- H A ' . i -A 9 I ,f ,4 AN C. D. Vincent ADAN A. S. Sziros 6 if ht K S8 VF-1141365 as the was iw by The QA is made up at 250 enlisted rran ta A-7E iii VA-22's itifattary dates it was as Painter 83 at NAS Nerlciik, it was draw 1959 that the a s 1 as The llirat H aviaters F-15? the "iGaraair", F-QF Fl9Fs6?8 "Cougar", FJA43 "Fairy", AA4 BiCr'lF and cwrentiy ASYE Over the last 32 years the Figlhitilng R havle been called inte actian the Komn Vietnam wars wlitih to Korea and six to Vietnam. their last carnbai crulise in 1972, VA-22 participated in milning of HaliPl1ol1g Harlbolr as wlellii as iiinilienislwe air sthilmes QVS1' Vietenam. Peacetiirne onises nefspolndeds to by the Flrglhting H hs have iineliuded re-adiiness rnanelurverls lior the Pueblo Crisis ol 1968, the evactiatiion of Sali- gon in 1974, the rescue of the lmayragtiiez in 1975, tm srearari and rescue of Southeast Asian ref- iiri tm Western Pacific and South China Sea the 1979180 and 1981 deployments. Januairy '79 to June '80 and the July 'SQ be ber '81 competitive cycles Attack iFW3 TWENTYJFWG received the COMNA- VAERPAC Bettie Effitdency thus holding it for three caasacutive years. Additionally, VA-22 the FY-FECINCPACFLT Golden Anchor Heaeiriilon Awerdi for playable squadrons of the and the CGM LATWINGPAC John L. Retention Award for both FY80 and squadron won the RADM Clarence Mavemssiey Award for CY81 as the best At- st the United States Navy. The Ftedoocks were awarded the Meri- Unit COFNmH'1d3ff1lOI"l for service while at- tached to Clontmander Carrier Air Wing FIFTEEN and ashore at NAS Lemoore, California from 1 May 197910 23 November 1981 for unprecedent- ed fulfiliiment of the Navy wide goals of combat readiness and personnel retention. 15 January 1982, VA-22's Operational Com- rnancl was changed from Carrier Air Wing FIF- TEEN to Carrier Air Wing ELEVEN. Since that time, the Fighting -Ftedcocks have been assigned to USS ENTERPRISE and were aboard for the URE, several workup at-sea periods, and of course the 1982-1983 WESTPAC!lndian Ocean lDeploy'mfent. psi it fin. fur 'I u i -YC a , G I lf? rf . 'Q . v . 'I' r". 7 . 'if 11 W '4' Q If lr 45 , . it-vi .2 0 yn? 5. 2 Q ' ,,,,,. f . . T "A ' 'iiziiffilg T T .:y ,i.1 , i ku- I ,... , . T .T T 1 H. W, f ' af T ,...f T 1 .X r"' ., 6 X . , - 15 I , .. 'c L CDR C. Englehardt CDR L. M. Hezlep LCDH Fi. Clayton 5 Ji' 1 i . e I Z , 5 2 , ana- 9 T 1 ur' f Kf'f',.Q ' 4T ..'1'9f"?1??:.'1" 1 wif 1 -' I f '- .rag L ' 1 - -' fa Tv:-L5-wug , ' f ' 1 - ' . ff' "' T V 4 s K 51' -.. CJK LT K. Bowersox LT FL Gray LT W. Hirko I -A T, .1?ripg.. ' z. " -- -. - -mf ' r ' 'K ? . I ,- ., f I inf: , wi, '5 - lib LT M Noble LT C. Hutter LT M. Pohlrneyer i 3' 'Q Q. ' iaf.:f?"" as me ,W ' ,fgwg- fa gr 1.1 . gg. L. sv ,QE Ai J I .v 'nw uw.. LCDR J. Derrick 5 gi -1 V ' r f. ff if 311 Yftfm ' Q.. ,E -137-f 5. A L c wx LT N. Ho ri i Wk, LT P. Pohlmeyer i in CDR J. E. Vomastic Commanding Officer May 1981-Feb. 1983 TT . . . c++-M 1, . '-' , . 4 'gfo 4. -rw., CDR R. York Commanding Officer Feb. 1983 REDCCCKS 4 S iv' M we , . V 'S 'I ':v X LT D. Ruth LT C. Skelton VA-22f367 'fwfr ' ,A fe? Qf'Gyff3,y, I 4,6 xx '55 . JS- X I Q, 1 . 4 351: ' L4 LT S. Schaefer LTJG M. Wilson . .nxt Lf K. .i'15,7ff'2w i MY377? Yfl'Q.i . A 1 ""' , by ... 3 X, M i '44 I I ENS K. Holmes . " Q ,igggiggjff J "' mi. 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Burnet AMH2 0. Came: AO? rx Daltev -X02 D Darwin AD2 E SSFTOU 1 D . "N Y -cz -UI A A Dams V, .1 . -.gene-1--"' I ' N ..-......--..- S , ' 551' iii A ' it HS W Y F .lllq M.. 11 fe AZ2 P Davis AMS2 J. Denker 'ff is ,, K4 AZ2 R. M. Dominguez ls fi AD2 R. Greene L' Y , :VA AE2 P, Hill 5 tg I-O2 J Leonard AK2 E. Espiritu 'Wilbur AMS2 R. Haskett , Q z bat X Vx 5, 'X J 3 1 'ln 74, AE2 J. Poynor lv., effigy , 'f :n W- J U if 4 i ,Y 0 ' W ' im? 5 I , ""h. M, ,EC YN2 .J Lopez .f ....,-. . -mn AM H2 A. Difuntorum 3 3:51 fini n 4h me 'Dm V AZ2 S. Gonzales PN2 K. Hayden ' ' ' " ""' ' f'?x7 'Q'Xi+., ,Q H 3 L,.' c l 'L L2 1-' S .f, ' 'Us - 'C k Q41 31 YO2 B, Hulleman 5 V AT2 G. Master V 1, .5-fFvE'iy , , X VA-22f371 AMH2 Ft. McManus t . . f? Lili f fFX""' J' 1 5 1 . fffiffffx ,M 1 ,xfzfi alllff gf 'NY AE2 L. D. Schumaker ww, 'X f-ulg., A02 J. Miller --ns... AO2 J. Simpson A . 5 xi ,K ga mf'- QA.. AM H2 Ft. Newton '- AT2 Welborn :Q f.. 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Grennell AD3 M. Guigayoma AD3 G. Hardin l ' 5.11 :':" V I l ' ' .,.. . "'ls.. ""- 'I 11 Q' . oN' AT3 J. D. Knapp AMH3 J. Lowell AQ3 M. Millis jf"-' .,,?'4" - ., ' A ' - fsf ' UGA.. 4 "-gh 1 ., , 4 :Y Q 0 i L. O. Negrete AE3 Fl. C. Nichols AMS3 S. Quiyas ' ell. ,G 4. ,T 54 .-. Q Il . ' Q if 'F 4 " Y 1 AE3 D, Scherer . M- U AMS3 J. M. Short AZ3 H. Shultz VA-221373 1- 15 .-q,.-W, . - 1 ?n"H:i ' PH3 M. Vanaski ADAN w. Beatty A A AEAN C. Cannon 374!VA-22 Z nm-....-' .af '- ww -5 1-1 ., N, ,nf 'H-. AD3 B. Sloan AT3 R. Soberams P ,, ,J "5-. . A03 S. Tan' 'jfs fs 2 3 , A ,Y xQeQ Q K 1 Lf 3 s " N rf' . Q. A A? in ' fl MN fx AE3 J. Vondenhuevel AMS 3 W. R. Wodos AFI T. Bohman ADAN C. P. Boulton gli 0 Z .M 2 W A AMEAA A. Capretti AMSAN E. Carter MWF ' 71:91 1: MQW tml, , FHM-1 12 :,1fi1g15 -9 2.41: fcfxi-3 5 zo, , K 1 :5 Q Y . ft 1 3 f K 5 ? ,Q Q JF at Y X, , f . .X .2251 'fb W ,. .. c.,.,.,K,A.,..,3 ' PM M Ab'-af, Q iw p i 1 . 5, I 'A PNSN K. M. Archulet AT3 B. Stinson T J ' L lull. AE3 L. Patton AE3 L. Perry .I S I AN R. Athenour AMHAN D. Bain AQAN W. Bart 'it x PNSN Bradfield AN D. BrOWniI'1g AA C. BUFDS AN R. Cameron . ,.., A - -w Q' . Wifi t A Nt T 'T AN J. Caudill AMEAN N. Cinciripino AMHAA V. W. Cline K. Cornelia V t 1 ! 4 1 1 I ,.,..---un'-w,--an ia. N M- fl nf ff . AN W Cunningham ...W fu'-lg , ZW ' -1: 2' 'mlm' PNSN B. Davis ii K N Q .. 'Cf ADAN T. Dibble .. - ..x,-.- 'F 5, I - ?f"':5i99 -Eizxvixe was-'Q .- ' .f.Q,wJQj Q N'-. . Z AEAN J. Downey . .Y 'df L AN G. A. Evans AN D. Dalton J. T. Demsko 9 N-1 i 9 . A . . D' S. Doornink V .a V vQ:Sf,i5-' F iii-. .M 1 ' ATAN S. Driver , , ,L. . V .13 V5 Vfi f' s f. J' f ,, AMHAA Fl. Fietkau f -Lluai' VA-22 f .lf ' Q i " L k . xxx '41, 7 """" e f f , A ' 1 1' , W K A. j f AMSPA D. Duke AMS J. Dusenbury ADAN T. Eizy v n .n . .Q .uw A a. is .,, . W.. ., AE3 S. Finley X x F! Fischer AMHAN G. Fleck H1 "'!. AA 3 Gaines AMS M. Gallagher ATAA J. Garcia H. Garrett ADAN D. Gray AA J. Epstein A M. Erickson AMHAN D. Fleissner AN R. Fultz .4 'hx fx,-A . 4 4 1- AN R. W. Grodt SN D. Gutierrez VA-22!375 ?74li5if .egg .lg ,Q 1 if ' if ' la 'J' . iwifl J., . bi 1 A . os-5 ff AMHA FZ. Hahs .. A 1 4 I rr f l J- AOAN M. Kayser ADAN J. Hlndman QRS? f .4 .. 4 ' " fff: . ll '-4... 4 N l N . AN P. Kerrigan AOAA W. B. Lawrence AEAA J. Lee Q. . . we 'ffiiiicl-2?S1, 2 i- . , , ml... I.. .,,,,.. . , s-1 iikv fu-1:1 'ww-s .-- :.Lqq'-r...g...0 " Efi3'Qff Q A , . L 2 S2 W 5 is X' - 6 ,,- . 1 8 . ... bas ke. kg. 'E , .7 f F nw. . , W , Q ATAA M. Huntington ATN M. LeSSOr l ff X AN T. Ingram AMHAA G. Loos .2519 '.:.v X I ,, R . I ,. R? AZAA J. E. .Jones AOS S. L. Loos . 1.11 A . ' "'f "Hn-y .nr.... GT 2.11175 " s f-'P X51 f . 4 ' 47 ' "fl rfiliflclffw 1. Q41- '.Lf f , 1 4 - .1-'L 5 ' Ei ...lie - .... , .gg :i71f1?.fv.2,QZ'1 ., 5' ' 'ali-' fu .fi 4 ' ll fl" 'wif '71 ,X 'nf V ll l V. '5f3n.1'.5 . . .. ,- ,w .ff . .5-... ' .. X ' f ,Lg .f 'ff . A I, .H k.,... . N . . .- 1 Z eiiffg' .. 11 1 H 1 5 :. f AOAA M. Lynch in ADAN S. McCollum AMHAN W. G. McGhee lm g 1 . ATAN K. Mitchell ..X..5l1 X 1 YNSA S. J. Neal .K ......L...L-,Q wi AA H. T. Peterson X v AN A. Moreno 1- Vmq Q . .X . X. x 6 L 'fl AN J. H. Nicholas u .. AA F. D, Phillips '44-ANA 6' AN B. Mortimer V AN R. O'DonneI! AOAN D. W Pnce J I A AMSAN M. Rarhan Q Pg J .1..-.wpiqrq--.T .fm Q- 3513 J- Q., .. AEAA L. Romero .Lf dz H53 ,Q N A A AN E. Sapp .. Q Xi' N- -Z AEAN L. Reed AEAN D. R059 AN A. Scott Z ADAN J. Richardson . -' if 4 1 4 1 r AN Fl. Sailer Y Q ll.. J I AMSAN D. Simmonds 31, . , . AMEAN J, P, nigg .of MSSN J. Sanchez - 3, .. Vnfwts .4 .vw ,j'J5'?i'L3f 1 'ifriijx fs in Ag, 1-'int '7 -fav. Ti. ' .-1 if 'fl' ADAN B. Surls Y U35-." :ii Wh A A . I .1 . lj 5 ' " AN A. Tembleton AN B. Walters AMSAA D. Ward AZAN M. Washington Q Q... ' Q-show-S-M -' x , 431: :far Q S - .J ff it .5 ' ' Ya -A., .P 5 N, ,251 .... 53.121 " '- ' JD' Y. ,.i. ,,A. muh.. AMS3 W. Taylor U zffiiil Z - .737 2 '- 'f A 1 0 ,I if ',f.1:u 1 A ' r M X E5 i ly f . QA. Z , .,, 5 AMSAA M. Way AOAA J. Williams AN W. Wiens AN S. Wilson ADAN S. Wyre D. Lipsey l .. 3 i fr . K 1 in fl! if ,AX I . 'az -2 AMSAN M. Tesch AEAN D. Trombino Q l .M f l X . . A l ' 'X"' ' 5 E . , S ' . t l, t Q.. 3 x f Sz 'P 1 , . E x I P x I Z "W Q 2 AN c. E wells ADAN c. L. wens E l l I . VA-22!377 ig.. PIT II' Ill ll QI 'U ll if 1 ll' pl .K -1152 CDH R. Leonard Commanding Officer Aug. 1981-Sept. 1982 'W M. CFR Lew Madden Commanding Officer September 1982- 5--.-,,,, 'fs-. 'JA 5 LCDF-I W. Harmon LCDR B. Hayes LCDR J. Fteuschner .."1f,i 3.3 f ',Wf'T'7P" 31.91, f. A35 ' ' K 1 'fa I'1.' Sf QV ff 1 , 4. Q-A -b.,..w-was-Q--' .,f if ,grl L? LCDR F. G. Olde LCDFI R. Stanton LCDH H. Zinser up F t 'Tub 'xx LT T. M. Anderson LT H. Bayes CBD LT A. Murcn LT W Pearce . Ns f' fx -- Q ' LT S. A. Bruce LT D. Coisson LT S. D. Ford LT B. Hughes LT T. l.9WiS 11 5 5 .1 1? 4- xl, 5 ' fr M1 .V J Kg' X LTJG S. W. Jones LTJG D. Russell LTJG J. P. Wilson ENS S. Gartreil HS-61379 38OfHS-6 I' "--. 5? .7--It - It 1 CW02 E. Stover AFCM R. F. Anderson f E ' -1:-2' ATCS J. W. Davis AWCS P. L. Dupfe -qv ADCS J. A. Mitchell ADCS J. L. Reasoner 'ibn M AMHC B. Johnson ADC C. F Flohrer ,Y AWG R. Cordofa AMCS W. F Foster -Q A AMSC J. Hill N 1 Q PN1 J. AHEH N fi 4. In , 9 iq.. - Y A01 P Bewley I AD1 J. L. 'TWIN " 9 .H 0 , xdtm 4 .4 N Y AX1 Mockenhaupt ! 9 . 9? , . 'ut 1 ff, . P -I-n.,,i AW2 G. Beeson R -.Q ll AO1 H, D, Croq -. ,.. ' . 5' -. ' is f 'Q 1- ' 11 -ffl AE1 R. Latag 4- ,Wx 93, AZ1 J. Rhea ah' AMS2 K. L. Branom A-ml 4.2. v M, AW1 P. Griffin . ir 99 1 " 1-. M Y AK1 D. Lott 2. . 4.1: 'Bk A Q. , . ,, .. 'Q E AE1 J. Supnet md AT2 R. Coleman ' "'QIn., . .......- ...,...-...-..-....-.-,G .uQ-...-.......- 382!HS-6 S-6 I ' r rr f 1 2 ' H" , Q ., W Q, ':,vl2f.,, W'- 'U' P , f , V7 f r "' ' M- -WI MS2 E. Estrella Sw AW2 T. Peterson f xe:-jfx,i1jgsL S' ' " K -L .'x,-fsfrx -TX X K isQ' Qg.X9'sx rl -R K n X. AE2 W, Grau AD2 J. Grabormski i f if - r Qgrtx r W' AX2 M. Petronic AZ2 V. Ruiz ."-V AME2 J. Maman, f' . S 1 PR2 R. Sherman -w---s5e:fm-n.ug1wna,v . AMS? H Tellus AD3 B, Clark -K C? V AE2 A. Zimmerman 'f' .WJ fill' AM H3 K. DeJesus ' "'-1 - Mm- ....f........-.-....1,-v.v.-..... ...--.- F P n E'- -LQ "X PGV 1' '5 'cfcx .Y s :EHR ANN 3 M. Jones Nr AMH3 K. Flossdeutscher ..- ' 03,1 ANAZ A. AndreWS 'QQX n .. Q N K . 5 AWS B. Huntoon N-llu ..- AD3 S. Llklns X X X 3 1. . 4. 1 nf .,,,., 5 tv. , .Pr kv lx . ...I AW3 S. Scott fig. 4 5 7' cl ' . . I, f AN M. Arias I. 1 . nw HS-6 1 ' .-13 ag ' ' cccn ...J ' QVC 2 . '-W: . 511' ., wI'.3' , r -eh N ' 'fs xg... AMS3 D. Pacheco f ,V AK3 D. Thiel ,iff AWAN T. Boyles ' 1 AMH3 B. Paquette AMS3 R Fhnehart -in AMS3 R. Young ADAN L Alexander Y . ,d"'p YNSA L. Butler 5 'x - 1- . . X 1 N.. . X 386!HS-6 Z 5 .. AN Cibull . A k,..'Lh Q 13 1 . V AMSAN Haendiees AWAN A. Dorcas AN P. Hernandez 'M J f f f if f' AN W. Elders AXAN J. M. Eloredge ALAN C 22'-' YY? M ,sf ADAN W. A. Lewis AWAN T. Perma ADAN D. L. Yocmm S-6 ' x N. f X- ' X .. -K wx.-X-.g .Qs L. X :-3' 'J' rw- , f 4, :Ay J ff' -2-uf xx W ' Sli ull wands U , - M. 'Q pffyf' HS-61387 VA The world lernoisls Wiizairds are lllrwqlule in the sense that they have a very Mnpollfteinit in both oomloat and non-oolrnleat seenalnios. ln EA-65's provide defense suooresslion lor Gvllllel ll strrlilkie ailroraft triirouglri active ieleotlonlic ooulnfters measures against lend end see targets. The EAQ SB also is tasked with tins viillial iioiroe defense or USS lEiNlTERiPlRlSlE by suinoreslsiing tllrie f' l8lUl6 Soviet bloc swtaoestof-suriieoa and airstofsolmiam SBBJVA Q-1 33 rrileslie llnrsst lnroogl-1 the use of its highly sophis- oated ECM eqiuiiipment. In peacetime the Prowlers l iS8iW radar jamming training for our own ulnits to lnellp prepare tin-em for a realistic com- lbali erwlrommenit. VAO433 nas been in existence for 13 years. This orulise aboard Enterprise is its ninth operation- al enlllisfe and its first to Westpac since transition lrom the EMA-SB Skywarrior to the EA-6 Prowler lillflll ll9?1f72. Wizard Prowlers were the first of their kilnd to cruise the Mediterranean Sea in Janu- ary 1974 and have been steaming in the Med ever since. Tihiis cruise is a welcome change and an elmntltllniity for all the Wizards to- experience the cullturei oi the Far East. I CDR Wiil Gray Commanding Officer N 1 1 , 1 X 2- , SP CDR R. Davis LCDR W. Aipeter i-4 ww f in " I ,h K xv 'uv "Hz QV LCDR n. Wolfman LT S, ciinko . -zflrafkf, My " Q 'wlfzffg in 211-ff, ' 'L V ' rf' 5' I 'X f 'r . a ,Z L 1 1 0' ,f is " .f C Wh . 1 X 5 LT B Sparks LT R. Tanaka r if 1 M' A .K . vw J Iris 1 V I4 J -TQ I Y f f S , vvlrz P' D Firiv LUG J Guwler f . WM ,Lg i 2 e- 'xx . 6,9 . - 1 4-" +L , 2 " N ig A 'K' f "?1-ei. A' 'N' T . Vaa' Q- ff- . .. ,C-,. .A a,,L V l'.k J . J . Q .V f : X I 0 I 4 1, 6 t if 'ig-. I '. QE: L""" - 2 nfl LCDFI R. Ferriman LCDR J. Horning LCDR W. Joslin LCDR G. S. Mowry LCDR R. Williams L L L T 'iia 5.53. N T. . Ji' M 'K " T - .i,i L + -. W, P 115.5 . - r f 4 T if - A., ' , F1- LT P. DiP3Ol8 I " f ' , f w , , N? Y .ig it ft I wif, LT H. wrigm Y .ff . M , 1'-5' fjifgf' ' " , I 14, . Q, 44 ,, f ,, if S- LTJG M Searle 0- x L. 1 s qi. W A, R Llj.. LT J. Loerch LT D. Mason . ws' 'vw """ llgi .. K rf T. x R fi LT R. Plucker LT J. Seagle VAQ-1331389 .4,. D 1 ' ix: V-w.. 'fi 3, M f 4 . ..x-N"'i? 'W-. .. N " 'V -A x . i Y P 'lu f Q--'A 1,5 an 1 " 'pg i . vi 'I X U, 1'-M? I s ' -s., -1 . ix' G l X. Q i X A ! I XX .xl X ENS Fl. J. Spaulding nl' c n 1 I JH: -U' Z Q! 2 0 M y, 4 fi? if . . I " if 9 1 CWO2 A, Hardin APAHC P Zoffffe fif A. V51 'U l I 5 " f V' ji " V i i Q 2 -' M r' 'ff " . l i lm . En AVCM B. H. Dial AMSC H. B. Divinagracia ADCS W Ke-er , 1 fe .,, 'A' if , I ,fv.x :- fir f .. .- . . " + . xi Qf-W-1-' t ' ' i ' ' V' S fix? "" . f f m y .. . h , , I . 'KL I4 fx f ' , js, ,X .'., . X , . . S-.,, Q .. R 'L Q 'Q S AMES B. W. Mangeng ATCS I. L. Mayfield AVCM D. B. Messer ATC E l. Pacquing AMSC D. Robinson AZC G. Schmidt AEC M. Scnoof . . . . .. .. . .. . . .L S ' . i 4 - 5 . ' - ' I X. X X if Q: I " L-. w i ' . s' ' ,. 'V I, 1 1 -fi A. - , X, l l f H' li , " . l tlu, K is t. L,., I. , Q . l A Al ' A 2 fy . , , 'J 1 i ww- l ml ...W 'Wim 1 lg N . - S A5 ATC T. J. Snyder AT1 K. Cleveland ADl D. Coger l i i l l SQOXVAQ-133 58 1 - neva . ' A ,f x 1: 1 51. 5 ., lgijfkx - ap. A... W , K X 1,1 L I X -- f Qt . -uv .. NWN, 4 o IQ3 4 'hw N1 -H.. 1 'qfiff x A Q , .1 . 1. - Y cf fu A 4 M A Fax - AM J Dwkex AMS1 L Fraukwewlf1.Jv AEI K Freeberg AMH1 N Karo x A' , X Q . 4 X ,I A 1 3 5 1 am.:-552,-. I ' 1 X, x' X N I ,. jf" V -ig. 4 wail? M' V Q M Y 1 - 4 ' xf y H'-1 'T' -- ' A : X EN' V X ...n"""1 M Y: N - K e AMS1 J L Lara AMH1 M. Moritz AD1 C. L, Spear AME1 H.TOlE'l'1 - ,. ,..,...... VAQ-133 VAO-1331391 1 1 . 1 . . I Qt. A, A4.- YN1 FL ViHir1eS AK1 C. Weindel AK2 M. Allen x 5541 LS 1 Wi xbbb wi v. I "Q" I. ,A L' ui' N L, S -r MS2 D. W. Harrington AE2 D. Kirkland HM2 P. G. Marlar MS2 C. Be-redo I 1: 7? ,.', 4 ,a vo Q AE2 B. Maxwell 392fVAQ-133 H. ,. 'si 32 I ii... ...A ,A - .f3,n"" , 4 ,451 AME2 L. Collins 'L f 1. A. Q 4. V 0 49' in ,,. ,. 3, AE2 D. McLellan x .51 V PN2 N L Pxngrey L AE2 M. L. Scnneioer ' AE2 M Srafr '41 'L YN2 - Ste-mari VAQ-133 Tree 3:12 N B Wynn X S H1.f3 P Brody 'Lp Ang N jaws C7 Agua' L.: gn M S AT2 B. Weaver xi .la-.. AD1 J. A, York 2-.. 3 Fx ANH3 C. Cardisco Nr AT3 J. Glauber if . ,H , I I-MV: J G HANG AO2 M. S. Whitford 1 "Iva YN3 L. S. Bogues rf I AT3 R. M. Clark, Jr. Q AMS3 B. A. Hamm J 1' ,. W' "Uni" Q AN Q Mallory .W if V'Q 1 ' M 1 7572 i if 3 f :Z ,L', Q ,, ' , 1 V 1 W 1. W w I ."".'!, YN3 D. Meaden - ' - f,f'a.r . Ei W ii -'S ' ,'.- lf + f 'S' ' -X Ns A23 B. K. PI'ir'1Ce how i I AT3 M. Thornburg X . -L,, x , ni Q 4 . lf K. A Ai ,VY X N 7 :L 'I 'QQ , W 'I PN3 B. Meurier AMS3 S. J, Mikolajczak . 5 , . ii mNkx.V i . J 2. Mr fr' ' " if "f WFEQ 'fi 'QP W lx blah! 4 - A - 1 Mr fi, AT3 M. Smith AD2 J. Roediger ' .rid I - P r . W 5 2? - wtf." , , ,1 ' , 4 ' .A ,Nfl . , kb AE3 D. W. Torres AMH3 E. W. Wilson VAQ-133 .........,,... .W U Y V W . ' "' - ....,.. ...NX .. 'QA N, -M ,, -C 394!VAQ-133 ,fl ww.. Q ,r is 5 IL VL, , fr f 3 ,f, 1 N4 1 -. V mf Q., fs AK3 A. Murgin AK3 W. Myers AD3 F Nelson AD3 R, Osbjornsen i -'D+ . 5 1 5 F . t BA if ..- ,. .. , .. , N N A AES R Wmward AZAA T R Berry AEAN T. L Brantley In 'BP ' WIZARD fr 4 Aff" X 54441 arffxfuc VAQ-1331395 an LJ' A0 ,... MWWMQMM. N """N-M . 396fVAQ-133 F' , ADAN U. Burns ATAA C. M. Hunt EQ J f. ,A 1 J I 1. rx li' Z ATAN M. Norris T' . if Q ' " 1g,115fg .. P .. A f xL.g QS: 1- 'qi' . R A .ggi is 3: AN FK. Denney AEAN L. Dickson D ' X 1. AZAN M. Jaques A a'4Y L 'V ,V K V . ,, AMEAN R. Sherry 4 gf .05 A- 2. 'V HDAA c. Kelly . '. .cgi Q9 N .wg ,, ...wx -V ,, um 6. ,Q , , ZV. We V- . '4f.i.'l.gf?-5:52 R . Wk 1 1 ANS D. N. Guingab - i .- 'fl v. 57. .. A ,V '1-Se -A - f , md! ,. mv. 1. wjgw- 41- -ff .- A. ATAN R. Lot! N9 as xi' w fm Vg. 4L" ,V H . 6 s AN M. J. Soctomah AMEAN J. Steele "'5-'F-'fr , ' JNNJ A ' V . Ky. y . ' sir ' Q ' A 'pts' ' 1. sm . 4' 'N ...Nl '-- ,X I l I ,.-4 'j' sy Wi gf' f , . ,f f A35 my X1 I5 I I 4? fx 5 Q . W 'vi Q 1 ' Q I Us-1. A AMSAN s. E. Haley J 1 5. 4 AMEAN J. L. Lumbo X ATAN J. P. Tyler ...ai -4 AN E. C. Haury ' E AH W. Moore AN Wade A AN R. Humble I ADAN L. M. Murphy R. Christeau VA 133 Q VAQ-1331397 - -sr 'I Sllulullllli - , 1 A UNIT COMMENDATION and the ARMED FORCES EXPEDITIONARY MEDAL for action in F 1 Southeast'Asial as well as a second MERITORI- OUS UNIT COMMENDATION and the NAVY EX- PEDITIONARY MEDAL for action during the Iran- 1 Attack Squadron Ninety-Four commencedfser- vice as a light attack organization in August 1958. In its new attack role, the squadron transitioned from the FJ-48 "FURY" to the A4 "SKYHAWK". The "Shrikes" gained their nickname as they be- came one ofthe first squadrons qualified in the A4- comparing the plane to the small ferocious bird. The "Shrikes" completed seven consecutive combat deployments to Southeast Asia commenc- ing with a cruise aboard USS RANGER in 1964. After transitioning to the A7-E CORSAIR ll, the squadron was assigned to CVW-15 and complet- ed its final Southeast Asia combat deployment aboard USS CORAL SEA participating in the first major Navy strikes into North Vietnam since the 1968 bombing halt. A ln 1974, the squadron was a recipient of both the ADMIRAL WADE McCLUSKY AWARD and the COMNAVAIRPAC BATTLE EFFICIENCY "E" AWARD. The "Shrikes" have been awarded the NAVY. UNIT COMMENDATION, MERITORIOUS 398lVA-94 lan crisis. VA-94 completed their fifteenth Westpac deploy- ment aboard USS KITTY HAWK on Nov. 23, 1981. During the post deployment standown, the Shrikes learned they had a new home. Joining the CVW- 11lENTERPRlSE team in January 1982, the Shrikes embarked on an ambitious tum-around training plan which exceeded all expectations. The maintenance effort that supported this was truly outstanding. The transfer and receipt of all 12 A7-E Corsairs sorely taxed the entire crew. That we were able lto deploy in Sept. '82 with 12 fully mis- sion capable aircraft was no small feat. Thanks to the Maintenance Departments ag- gressive attitude and the squadron's operational achievements, the Mighty Shrikes. are currently en- joying their finest cruise in recent history. With the statistics we are amassing, the Shrikes continued outstanding performance and reputation within the Airwing and Pacific Fleet Tactical Community seems assured. I II I I 1 , Q I 'V Q 2732 ,. ,,,, ,M v L: :Z AW. it 12 I 2 ADCS J. L. Fielder AECS J- FUCK9 , ,...,.. ff' A . . AMSC L. C. Gutierrez AEC Fi, Haltzel I y :E W , Lg, ' Q f A . 1-f 4 V, af ff-,iff - ,. ,. ,,. ,ff f .51 .. . I fi 'W -... ATCS W. Youngblood AKC K. I., Black , fl fl, ff ,gy We 'fra' . t . . . 122 f 4 ' ' ,. '14 Y, if , I I .AN 1 151 I ' . ' ' w gf.7,j', ' V , 1 5-.r I I ' w e . A . . f' , 'A ...ggi 5 ,, I 3' .zf ,y .I 1 b AAG ?-fi . 'R 5 i , W I I --y '- 1 n , 1 4 " , I A ' , W W AFCM Fi. Yeable AQCS V. Brown AMCS W. Dainty if 7 ., . w..i-gf, X gi ig.: wt U Fu-.ing .1 .1 YNC V. Borja AMSC J. Burns ATC M. Frare I I I l I I K N I I I I I I I AMSC R. Myers ,-'. I iiitxiiii " I I I I is .S ie Hn. AQC H. Smith 'W' 'b 'P 1 l ' AOC L. Hubbard AEC D. Moore fe it- , I if. , - - -.2.': ' " . 51 , , 'Qf2'1g,:g Dil l Y 'M f- 9 1 , f , ii , A ATC D. Prather ADC M. Ryan . .,.. Y .K .... -,. 3 Z Q C ' V. x ' Y I A . v , Q AEC W. Watson AMSC Fi. Wilder I 400!VA-94 I i IN MEMORIUM CDR Michael A. Gary Commanding Officer Attack Squadron Ninety-Four Died in the Service of His Country June 14 1982 i 7' . , 1-qw. :. .. Xi-N mfwi . -, . T , Q . . . M, SYN Sl., K 1 - D SQ X1 I . AMHC J. Wrllramson . 1 . Q -My -2 'z - . Q . 9... hw- . ' 1 ..,.,-'J PR1 D, Craig 'ip W 'Q AMH1 Hernandez I M, 2 7.23 5 I .gf -.Mp . Vs N1 I av PFR1 F4 Kuezynskn I 1 i 1 I-Zf L3 mme' ' . 1 ANS1 T. Blankenship - ,fl-S., 4 53155-.- : -s 5 . ' ' " gi?-Zgffa v r. ,LEA X RM X xx X .gy X XO , N vw X S xy Xxxkx x 2 ' W. f' .,,L" , :X . Aff' 'F -. . 1 . x -. W 'QS ,f i N. AMH1 J. Dwyer -gd AME1 G. Calhoun D . r, , -5-:Q:Y'Sf:! - . , v "fiF'i?sSip- ' "1 A S' V ' . '- :r . .f-frffyr K K Q 2 x AX ,JY if f' . 'I YN1 P. Heindal f . f -- - . wr, 1731: -"IF 'EK' ,g ' iw:-L ' '59,-3:1 f fl' A .V J Q ' X I.-. 1 .sly AD1 D. Gomez f f S H v' S 1 AO1 T. Lymangrover I Af f tw4',,, f ' J . V' . 9,2 ' ff 'Q 'WA 3' f' 3' 4 3 AD? D Peeler AD1 M. J. Johnson . . , . -..Sl-E. iw. 'Q s M9 F fl... 1 , . J, AO1 W. F McDonald 1' .H-,... .. 4 .rf . N , I f VM , ' , . of. V 75 .1 .fr ., "Ui an ..-v A01 H Roberts -SU- ,mx Q... 'P M... "Q E' ,Q p-A, may Q 1 Nun- -,,,,. I K- ' -. Q.--51 A N ,. 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Menor AK2 H. Miguel A02 E Monthey 47.4 4021 VA-94 'W . Ai.: . 1 . we V .. .1 'Kan-nn-31g,.,!.Z..+.,, W"'e+'i-'--- Q: Q.. My ' W' W'fg3..' ,g ....- f war.. U- A if-rg' re ex.. L ,K .NN .V X .,,s 1- Q. :EFS F., .. yen.. .,,. . ' V A' X . ,N .I .. egg... .. -. .. .E "M n, 11-1. 5-wr 'TDSA' 'Hy ' 'rw 45 1 N- . f'iV' L cali? .gear-uw-m,.. X .sm "D mg""' nr 'ifff . ww... X9-sux. W ' - Q .,, FQ 1,5- -gz uf AO2 C. Oppenborn M,-1 . 1 r 13. 'ls 1.5.5. Q . SZ A02 L. Floam . nfs. PR2 S. Pace . , . ...Aw r- r ' f' xi f .71 4 . ' U" 1 ans. 65 1 ,r f ' I L AO2 w. 5. mums A02 D. saving AMS2 M. Tucker Q .. D, ,M L., V r 32 w.'-5535 " .5 .... I Z7 -' . r J , 'mx Sl AMH2 S. T. Villaruz "1 ir 'V PMH3 P L Crgnygy -""-1 wx' ,IV H A f Q S AMS2 W. D. Wiggs YN3 J. Bennett 'fha ' Q . A . 7 f 1 ,.,,-w 1 I AD3 J L Dulay AMH3 B. Falgiano 35 . Q . 3 f . -Viv E V r' 4 'H' f ,f 1 be--Q. .. el! -f '- 2 W.. V Y -- -X xv Q . Q My ,... 5 X PM S f AD3 D. Bernard Z 1' f 1? A I '5- iff it... AD3 C. W. Fitch . no , AT3 J. Blake AD3 K. Bunow PN3 D. K. Coll "Hu K ,. 'I N e N.. Q .A Q i . 1 dw Q AMH3 E. Frazier PR3 Fi. Giambruno A03 S. Gilkey VA-94!403 ..........-.00-..-... ..-W - W- VA- I-'R 13 4041 VA-94 AT3 A. Hicks 113' U' 'N'- 'x " 4, AE3 G. K. Kaya . X Q ' I ' ' '-11. 1 . 4' AMS3 S. Lara K, ., , g PH3 P. Manheimer N4 fy .M . it AO3 R. Negrew it .. , , 1 -C7 AMS3 T. Pokorney AZ3 B. Huggins MS2 P Hiig , 8' ,l' JP 3 1 F77 3 5 . sk I N N . RJ 5 rw O3 D -ni' S- aq , 35 if - 5- I 3 1 'N W! S AMS3 D. Leabo AMS3 D. Macias w N '-5 f n'r- .L lr AT3 R. D. Mashburn AK3 L. B. Miraflores Q 1 'N 1 .Q ' - AMS3 D. Patty YN3 Pichon Q fi 3 A .airs A X I i L . N . Y ,fx . 1' , Q Q - 54, I - 1 AE3 S, Ramirez- ADS J, Putman 3 if jj. 5 5 3 4 . 4. N' - - 5 . N! ADS T Saves a A x 'N u fx as sf A M X .1 'N 'N N ,cn .XXX , ,SWE X1 ATS D. Weber . N Q M R. - A . , ,Q if "1 AEAN M. Ankney "Z 1-1 AN R, BENSON gi if f'r"7"' 73,2275 E4 -4 A .,.' j 1, AN P Cadlente qui' AMH3 S Tennant ' m lliffli., ,. f:-3:19 1 I5 .V iff, LZ .-'lf .tv 'W I Lift f W N x ts.. .a , X X5 n, DK3 H. Wimbrough ' fbias! Nz-' '51 ' N M . X X L 1 'N -- Af ' " 5- 1 X,-Yi' ' Tl'iQS9S3?'3 V A 5' R E,Kgxys-ee - -Aff 4 rr " 1 ,A :gn A3 Q .k.L - A gi f ' Xfeyif., ll AN J. Anthony gi 3 'znn 'I . w Z 72? .ov .,' AN E. Blake 'rf - A n : u ul Is , J ff? mi., X . AQ3 P, Trevetnan W' 4. Rx!-.-Q 1 fix 11. MS3 V. Zacarias Q., I 4'- 5 . X 'Vx if AA Arnett M nil '- ,' 5 9. H 4 , V A I 2 s MSSN C. Buck 4: u. . . N. 7' ' if . I 1' mf Q AN Cartagena AMH1 K. Cartaciano 'lb ILA sy 1 'X' 4. ., X ... 4 e 1 j d I-El-rl U Dafa' I-Ll-N G Cooper AN W F Cowen W .IL 3 f .-.E AMH3 Fl. Tuggle Q .g YA' , Ei 00' AEAN T. Addison I ""' ff Vi , M 7. fm.. .- efliff A AA Bedsaul . f' 55 '19 A AN R. Cadiente fr' , A., if AN C, Chretien Q sf" fmfif-fi' Nerf. 1,5 S'-i ee-L' if , X I .41 15 ' . I It - -if: ' . ' T r y I . 4 , AN G Danvals i 3 ,- Q .. Ex ww if L A vAf94 V u A farm Hamm Q VA-941405 I .R ,. . '.'.' , - 6 4 . J gl . V' Q I? if .fi n ' 'xi NI -'I f ..,, 4 . ,gjigq X-' ',A iJk1'4 . . 3 we r Y. ,W 1 L .ka -Q if I - AA J. Derickson AN C. L. Doran AN A. Davi -'C' " !. Q. '73 El L. w - '. "z12HJ , he rv.: 112. vc 2 , . , -PM - Qgiifi -Q . ' 5:1 '11 559' ' if "SS: aiffflfri-'1. X ff.. ne' 2 fiziiif-2. nf ---IN 4 3: Q, f""1'gj ' x 'mf , wt' -V g i x 'W 'wjffxfg 'W .a 1 'ilnq fit L af- 4 ADAN M. Flores ADAN J mx-I-4 X - . 4 ik 3 .Q "-. 'f' .4 'T ff 2 f , W1 AN T. Dynes ADAN L. English AN M. Ervin . ' M--A V .' , .. ' 5.1 ' xy P' Giving A 'N If L L and fi' . Forton ADAN C. L. Frazier AN S. Giles HEAN M. Hall AMSAN Hayden i ADAN W. B. Evans AA W. Hine X X 406!VA-94 fi A f. wwe... -sw 'Q F fr- X v -Q 1' AA M. Kuntz ADAN T. Lupia "A , L .ff X 1 AEAN F Matheny ANHAA P. Miller VA- , A W 408!VA-94 m 3 1 , A , 1 2 H in? 1 ,. , X f if f . A SN Norzagaray AMAN C. Naicker AA J. Nesmith AN Newman ,. W, Z H ,Kg - '- ll ,V fl ,311 Vein Il I I ' Zwipzv f 1 ,, 'wig ' , mf' , , , W A Af . A' .- AMSAN Palmer AMSAN J. O'NeaI, Jr. MSAN N. Opunencia AQAN W. K. Pace A f' f ' .,-'Wifi' r 712.1622 QV- 'W , 7. Q ,IM 1f'Hm -yew 2 - A.'A . ,A 4 .Q ,M V Q , '?r1".I A n v ',.A.f Q of ' H I P 5' ng- ,-,, ' 5 . . . 5 -C-H' 1 AA L. Pearman AZAA E Ramos AA M. Ramsey ATAN G. Roberts H WXP41 ,,.'.,,, L , ,, , ..,, . .,..,., -... ..., . .....-....,,w , 5.1 2 f ' ' . W v ,,.,,f-,1,i',g1F? A, f J .- ' f f f . GA Q- lfugim. , i AJ , 'Y :A ' ' V , ' I f 1-'.w5Qm,.gqq-f V f, USSENIU-Ifpgls M -Q 1. x -, . .A I 9 . . an AMSAN R. Rodriguez AQ, XA. X05 AEAN M. Seymour 'Yen S- , ...X xymy, . K A F Rodriguez 'iii' .J SQ- EI :DE AR G. Smart O00 4- A AZAN E. Vollmer AEAA E. Waller , 'A ? 'X AN A. Wimberly ABAN M. B. Wiesenburger in AMHAN M. Ross l ill 4 K.,-J' Jr 4 . ADAN H. Spells n .50 f . f 67 ADAN w. wasnek AR M. Yoong ' on I AN Fluel 4. ff AN Fl. Sweeney f ADAN T. Weyand ,,, , 1: g pr A . ,E ,g 1' Y. Y -4 AEAN C. Salter ...Af -I f 5 Q AMHAN T. Taylor , 'ff L ADAN R. Wilson l I I W S' I . AN W. Yohn AA L. Youngblood VA-941409 4... -.. N fr C ' s t ' , ' A , . X , J Aw t ,L I f 'N f 1 I ,f f 4 4 9 1 .f 1 fi x,'x , i'4f?,x 1219 "'-x. f .r if f 7 4 r In 4' Q "N l 'QHQ if' gvagffv. J il wil-Q 131, 535421, jjffkf l . A w:::.1.,w ww as ww -f -' f 114 No In fulhlling the ship's requirement to have effective, long-range anti-submarine capabilities, VS-37 was em- barked aboard USS ENTERPRISE with CVW-11. Throughout our WESTPAC cruise the Sawbucks pro- vided the Carrier Task Force with protection from the silent threat of submarines for up to 300 NM away, twenty-four hours a day. To do above average work, you need above average equipment. VS-37 flies Lockheed's S-3A "Viking", the latest in airbome ASW. This aircraft allows Sawbuck 41 OIVS-37 crews to search, localize, track and, if necessary, de- stroy submerged threats to the carrier. Since its intro- duction to the fleet the "Viking" has become well- known for its sophisticated, state-of-the-art computer systems and avionics. But with sub-hungry VS squad- rons like the Sawbucks, the word "Dependability" is now associated with carrier ASW. On WESTPAC 82-83 VS-37 became the first carrier-deployed Anti-Subma- rine Squadron to fly 300 assigned sorties in a row, miss- ing none, at an eighty-four percent mission capable rat?- In addition to long range ASW, the Sawbucks l09iSi1C support to the Carrier Task Force by way of long-M199 conveyance oflimportant personnel and parts t0 the ENTERPRISE from distant shore bases. Whatever the mission, however short the notice, VS-37's Sawbu0kS came shining through. y is Y "F-n1'fwTm A ,,,, ..,. ...--T.--41- -T ----- NFR 2 - Rainey CDR D R Rainey Sommanaing Officer any SO-Sept. S2 CDR D. Minor Commanding Officer Sept. 82- ' .... M: . -sf nn f T ' T if 1 9 in lx I f ' df, I .- X, - f 1' Q 35 NN . S ,qv 5 w-is W -A' S hum CDR Fi. Fedoryszyn CDR G. B. McEwen CDF! J. B. White 'T 1 Q1 ,,.i i,,i T 'i T --,i1 Q ' --., , " 't- ' ' .AQ W X i jjj 511157. b N . .v w x I F - -Q 1 1 , 4 T? 8- T ' '0- 4, 1 'fi 1 w- iis. A "nf T . LCDFQ D. N. Fournier LCDR J. Klein LCDFK Fl. B. Kear 47 M Q ,L3F,Ej,: rf i A if QL . , ff7fY2z9,,, -1 ,- 41 ,W I 4 N 4' -' 'L T n :e i ifgf E, WMV , ,. h psf' .- .- f 1 7 I X N , Q Y 5.3, , M An J, LCDP D Nelson LCDR W, Sawrey LCDR B. Schwoerer ni i " V 49+ 1279 4 Us 22 I' :" 54 ' ig AAA V T T T 4-S-'L X ff, ' '5 A--ips, Ag-Q. I--15 , ,gjgfff iz, 1' , f a 'Vu x . , lin. k Unf Zi V, K 'Ah l.,.t.v . F PLL , i qi.. F A ff wk: if M E'517il-I ,jf 1 F-jguqharian LTJ D Buckingham LT M Burnes LT M, Busbee LT A, Cutri VS-371411 'QQ LT J. Erickson .TL ,wif " 29 91 N? . M3-Q. " ,frm .2 1 A x by-R 5391- -1 .f 7' :m f 'ki ,fa 'sififl J - 144' V ,f 'sa-fi: H .f if . g a g., - A - 21 : 5132? 44- Q ' w-X..- f , ,, , , W ,rm . .2 'kv I -. fi p f 'Wah LT P. O'Connor Wit LT T. Heres do ' ,fv- f .5 'ns M., Q 1, 'fs s LT K. Spangenberg 519 X -4 - . Q 92 1. , ay, I 2 'Z -' -. 9 t ' ""' , ' if ' -1, 1 ' y , g' ,.f11!zf'223f5 . 5 4, 4 4 f,f f , t 2? 5 M , , .- ,f . 1 7 , T., swf., .1 , , Q fl, ,,? ., ."1,?:. L . . 1 LT M. J. Milaszewski LT D. Miller 7 51' A T ' T 'E ' ' 4, '11 .gg 1, 9 'Q .AQ S ,S ox f -..-. . A, LT R. Omdal LT B. Prutzman LT K. Ritz LT S. Ross 5 I nth LT G. Si. John LT D. Wilmot! 4 6 fm "S" A x x.x V VQ,. ' - N. .,. 4-I.-ill C . xxrssnwan . .A A 115 Ax CM -. Sxrzypek 38? Ex . F 'M .1 AMSC FZ. Moms 1 P 'Q xi ,A AEC L. R. Ross my 4' ,vi 1 ,. J J" 47 7, I' 1 3 A 4 Dwf Q Baaloway f H E 1 xxx 1 Q W.-. . , sm.. LTJG R Castaneda R .A i il AXCS J. Fowler f . x n P' -'Hn x.4 YNC W. Olson Q AWC D. Sorenson 1 ,J V .14 i A 4 2,1 12 fz Y Lu.. ADT E. Berg . -I-..:.,5,,M,l,,,,..........................-. ..--............-...... .. .nm .,.,--A Z " 7 . ' ' 1 -i ' fa ,J-L.n., Y -J' N W QQ I .A-l,sy 1, -A n-. K -n ,, . 1' ,X 'UK-1 in 4 'Q S LTJG P. Scyoc LTJG L. G. Warkentin o 4' ATCS J. Lnnkous AEC J. Alkire ,. X - 'zigjjr i ,A CQ- ,. . , . 4 Q , , fu A . ' 1 --1 'V ii., N 5 B J H! 1. AZC P. Rabanal AMHC W. Robbins . A .NA-. 5235? nw. A S' I! ' W X. fl 3 AEC Fl. VanBrunt AMH1 T. Avery .SN X 2 -fu, . N- 12 R ' 'N AK1 O. Brown AE1 C. Cloton 25, ' fri 7 W ' 4' g .,p: f , V' I Tfn, ,z , Us Q71 A C- Y 1 "'v'1 N1 . V ' , . V gg, ' 'W' S2 H- 'SW -sd . E4 Amr- Q fyfa, A121 B A Desengy YN1 F Hernandez AME1 W Jay fl bn. LT J. Wittreich ENS C. Buzon CWO2 J, LA Bartlett ,N Q ,-. ANC B. Branch NCC R. L, Fiores AOC G. Meriwether SAW BUCKS S , l I' ' Q J 'U' "lu . 'Ji x,.. ' 2 1 J V1 K X, 1 - K ,.., . . - l . AW1 W. Kingsbury AW1 M. Long AMH1 S. Panganiban AO1 N. L. Paullin .Y li x 'ggi L. . I . " e ' ' ., . . f 1 .Y ,f E W v lv., AMS1 J. J. Well AX2 W. Busse AE2 G. Clayton AT2 W. Confrey 5 i, J . M... gy ' . yi 7 S33 ,..... 4 Isl ANH2 Fl. Demdam AX2 G. Heslip .Q ,M fl 3 I , mi x "" 1 51 T. E. Blackmon ze' . I r Y I Ama!! '-05,1 AW2 M. Cyr . y , 5, jg in Q . . W A 4? AZ2 J. W. Jones Y if 'J F Q. 'QQ-I Y V N 1 ENB E M X2 -xmr-42 T Longsiretrw as. ff! ixk w - .., 'N N . AD2 J. Rodnllon AMS2 K. Sandberg 1 1? iz' in "5 fag , . 31- A' t if K! uh , 'K ., 5 .. g 4, I 0 . -' , N 1 df ' ' -' . AW2 J McKenzie AME2 J Mlkell AME2 R. Mitchell AZ2 D Owens fg. - :. .y ' wfgv, .5 Mj-w,- - A .Avi 4: ': in . t 1 f 5 .V .n A ' . .53 1 ,135- , ' ' 'I X ' 'I -wi . : T V .ffl AME2 A. C. Shaw AME2 D. Slelski AE2 Fi. Wilson AMS2 P. Wirlfree ,Q .., Q .. 3-73 , , , 5 I H .. 2 w w . .. .,.....,.. ., ,.....,.. .....--,.. -,. . Q...-, vb 9 VS-371415 ,rg . H? xX,T .Sie f- ,.1 , X,A r7: .1 ' A g 4. 5 fi' a 4 M .4 A ' A' I ' 1 J ty 4 , X V K 1 , K L Y 1 1 Q C J Mn C ' L f jx 4 Y f' Z., C '1 Of. N ' :QR 1115.141 Y I XM H Y M N! l ,. kk Q 1 X 'C . 1 if A J 47 1 AMH3 E. Addison AMES M, Banks AE3 J. Baze AX3 P. Bellington AMS3 R G. Beasley AK3 J. Boureston AMS3 B. B. Cam 1 'riff xxmx ' " J Q. - W 'f Q. fi M ' 5 7 'gif J ' X--L f -'Y A , I 1 13,5355 gill 3 f , .3 Q ,J . a .g fe: f- 2 4' all iilfifff " f .l a ff ,. f .J . . ' ' . f Kxsiig-zv 'fy' 1 4 ' A i ' 'QQ if . v ggalxxzr . fx l L Q N "L" .a ii J 5' 'I 5 f AE3 A. Chodwell AMS3 W. Clark AD3 J. Coleman AD3 E. Copeland A E3 A. Costales ANS3 R. Dean YN3 G. Dziadul li.-,i 416fVS-37 l l vs -37 I J . evr- kj 2 "' . K- lx V X ' I i X q M"""- S -Q47 -X23 . Esrrelra AD3 P. Ferrari . Zi - 5'- 'nf M ,. AD3 C. Fomemor AMES S. Garner ,I ,FHL I 1 A ' X .Q wp U L V V ' 4 'E ,ar I el 11 I 1 'I f Q A' g . K DNC-1 P. Gwen M33 ! Heeke Je' 522 . 'Agana X , A23 J. Graham PR3 G, T. Romero has L U: C Vl1OV'SY4J'7 V V l 5? 'T' is . I G . AVM3 J. S. Filbert 'X 1 1 N 2:11 fm a-N' 0 -' .xlicl .J-':' V ' -: Q S' 1 . - gg .h, t f ., uf. . 'W AE3 T. V, Galyen V .L iii? ' 95 il Ar' Q w J .I .V K AE3 R. Greer AMH3 K. Lake PRS Munoz VS-371417 M... .. . - ..,,..,-..a. ....-.-..........-,,...7,, 1 AA K. Coies ATAN D. Cassidy A I i. Y 15? P A. Y I l . , if. i.:, i iyqgx . .vw YNSA R. Helms ATAN W. Hidalgo 418fVS-37 Y?yy . . 4 " 43. 4 v AMS3 M. Porter PR3 T. Fiaymor AMH3 J. M. Ferraro .ik 'QQ . , I Xt, 5"-,X , , . ww, W V .1 .2 AW3 W. Tobey ANE3 E. A. Watkins AW3 D. Wehmari ww... Www.. ,,,.,,.,.a M-.. 2' .fx'?f' D .V awww 32 Fw ig. ., , ' A .. 4 y ,. nw. f V 'i . ' V , W V 5... .4 f-U... ft, 7.7-ff. T, W .ny ,ig . .h. .1 , ,r M ,W AE3 G. Wiseman AN D. Alexander AEAN Fi. Baker Aff V wk vi 4. if Af .E x' A iz' . A fi. . 4 i if . A AN J. Blair AEAN D. Bock AEAN N. Bulissa ,f ADAN H. Dancler AN Hodel I 1 9 A 4' X e. 52, Q. , i . f 1 ' '56, f N 1 AA J. Duggan AEAN K. Eckmann AMSAA T. Ezei AN R. Gr v QD' ' iM'i'WWh Q. x U 1. 'a VI X , 4...-2-?1.m,t,,,, ...Y...-...,,......- ..-,......,......,.. AWAN T. Joutlas AWAN R. Kelly AMHAN K. Lake ,nie -IN 9 Joilex AA M. Jgnes Q A 1 - A J f '-... fy' X' Q15 - . X. 'Kh- ' V' A iff V Fi EQ . A . 4' A f ei 1 . . N' ' . MF ' . Lx? k ef . A . .. . ""- f' AN R. Martin AN D. Major " f A AEAN J. Reynolds AMSAN M. Prince ' " . -A ' M "A 'f 951: Rag.. A if M QS is Q PQ ' ga " A E an f Q -s xi az. Z. xII 'Z 02? K . . 'N A " 733' V 2-5. 5. A 1, . ADAN D. MCDOr1ald AN J. Mitchell 8 . I? I AZAN T. Hicker SA Richie ' . ? ADAN W. Steen AN M. Torres xx AN G. Moyer y AN T. Sanchez 2 . 'Aj . .wr al f me I M . Wai A P Lkg AE3 R. varga 1 1 MSSF! R. Lucena AA D. Martinek ATAN G. Parvin Y 1' ee: .QI . - 5 'f' ,Q V-3, I if . A :hr AXAN A. Scherk Liv 1. . f . -f- ADAN W. Pommerening fry ' V A 'L mr x- A We I p- K .9 a,'. Q J . ' .-.I .XZ AN C. Sminlek 1 AMEAN R Villagomez AEAN West + I I I ' Q X AA D. Smim AA J. Smith 'P af " 'fat 1 AEAN J. Wnwtmeyer AMSAA L. Young I IVDWI VF-213 On June 22, 1954, four officers and twenty enlisted men assembled at NAS Moffett Field to hear CDR William Anderson read the orders commissioning FITRON TWO ONE THREE. A week later the Black Lions received the first of their F-2H3 Banshees and began a twenty-eight year span that would include five types of fighter aircraft and twenty deployments on six different carriers. February 1964 saw VF-213 taking a quantum jump forward in fighter capability by accepting their first of the new, two-seat F-4 Phantoms. Their first Phantoms were a unique model, the F-4G containing data link equipment compatible with shipborne and airborne Tactical Data Systems. An eighteen month training period during which the Black Lions pioneered and standardized much of the tactical Data System operations in use today. In November 1965, VF-213 joined Airwing ELEVEN and began the first of six combat deployments in South- east Asia onboard the USS KITTY HAWK. This deploy- ment marked the first use of the Phantom as a convention- al bomber, a role destined to make the Phantom the main- stay of the U.S. Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps. This was a hectic seven years with long line periods and short turn arounds being the norm. In March 1971 the Black Lions became the first fleet squadron to fly the Phantom more than 1,000 hours in a single month. On their last combat cruise, beginning February 1972, seven crewmen accumulated more than 300 missions each. On that cruise, the squadron set the all time record of 188 days on the line. After two peacetime cruises on the KITTY HAWK and a NATO cruise on the USS AMERICA, the Black Lions took another quantum step forward in fighter capability. VF-213 stood up as an operational Tomcat squadron in December of 1976. On their first Tomcat and ninth KIT- TY HAWK deployment, the Black Lions set a new West- Pac record of 526 F-14 flight hours in one month. After returning from their second East Coast cruise aboard the USS AMERICA the Black Lions were imme- diately back into an intensive turnaround training period for cruise this time aboard the USS ENTERPRISE. The highlights of the turnaround were numerous. Again at El Centro they showed they were the number one F-14 gun- ners, getting 413 hits on a single banner, a record for an F- 14 squadron breaking their own record of 276. This was the first time the squadron trained with the new Tactical Air Reconnaissance Pod System CTARPSJ. VF-213 was the number one F-14 squadron in the 3rd annual Photo Derby and also winners of the first Reece Rally sponsored by COMFITAEWWINGPAC. It was a demanding workup for the Black Lions. They averaged 97'Z: SOTUC completion rate while flying over 570 hours in one month, a squadron record for the F-14. After successfully shoot- ing a record number of Phoenix, Sparrow, and Sidewinder missiles during ORE, the Black Lions deployed 1 Septem- ber to the Western Pacific and Indian Ocean on board USS ENTERPRISE. wa.- .... -1 Q . . .-...--,. .. -- ..-.. .- -.--ra.--1-an 'wma X. .q..-.1.....-..-.... ........-...... L... 4--. -A... .Y,. Y. 1.3, w..',,, 3 Q-M.. 'M CDR C. 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Thompson 9' gr, Y AA D. Withers AEAN W. Woodard ,L , 1 5, flx "Ap ii AMEAN A. Smith A : Qfm Q AEAN S. TilIOISOn 1 t . 4 PRAA M. A. Wright VF-213 VF-213l431 The Green Lizards of Alleweather Medium At- tack Squadron NINE FIVE are home based at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington, assigned I 10 ASE TRAM lTarget Recognition Attack Multisensori air+ craft and 5 KA-6D aircraft designed to provide in- flight refueling to most tactical carrier aircraft. The Grumman AGE TRAM "Intruder" is equipped with a surface search radar, state-of-the art ballistic computer and severalother software changes that make the latest version of the Navy's traditional workhorse the finest bomber in the fleet. Crewed by a pilot and bombardierlnavigator, it per- forms close air support, interdiction and deep- Strike missions. It is capable of detecting, identify- ing, and destroying tactical targets in any weather, day or night. The intruders latest system, TRAM, provides the aircrew with infra-red imagery of tar- gets not visually detectable or radar significant and , is coupled with a laser-guided weapons delivery system. The intruders 5 external store stations carl carry any of more than 30 types of bombs, rockets, mis- 4a21vA-as , I minesor fuel tanks. All told, the aircraft 18.000 pounds of external storw at The duties of the aircrew are evenly distributed between the two men to maximize their efforts in any scenario.'lThe bombardierlnavigator operates the weapons deliverysystems allowing the pilot to concentrate on the tactical decisions required to fly the airplane. Unique displays show targets and geographical features making night or low visibility mission ingress, target acquisitionldestruction and egress a. reliable tactic. The squadron also employs the KA-6D mission tanker, using the name combat proven airframe and engine combination as the ASE adepted spe- cifically for inflight refueling of the Airwing tactical aircraft. The KA6D's intemal refueling systemal- lows the aircraft to transfer up to 14,000 pounds of jet fuel to other aircraft on request. i The earliest version ofthe A6 Intruder first flew in 1959. Since then, numerous hardware and sbft- ware changes have made the aircraft a truly effec- tive weapon in any combat environment. The Green Lizards feel the finest aircraft in the free world is manned and maintained by the most NQNY trained technicians in the fleet. Others might QUT called.. but the intruders get the iob done. I - 1 ., . B CDR R. Wojcik Commanding Officer 'UV 455 , j M 7 0142, J ' i ... M JW 12 2 Q 5' A 4 f . . 2 . 'T f"""-ln.. C, 'W M 'T M , , 1 ,.' . . 5 ., ,, T' 'f -' 0 f .T f 1 f' .W wi. Xp :rr -:." - 'N. . LCDR T, Felii N ' X LCDR M. Lucchesi LCDR S. Greene V -. 1' 3 197' 'Qu 3 W, , TS , -9-, ., Lai, -x -L. ...u LCDR C. Shaher LCDR Thomas LT B. T. Cooke LT. S. B. Hurserey we LT R C Miller LT G. Morissette LT M. Needler LT R. D. Nielsen LT R. Rudolph LT R. Yasky LTJG N. Bankowski VA-95!433 LIZARD ew -' Amy -' -W--. . SM X - I -7- ' 'bv l Y! I . ! .,AV 'lk' , -fl LTJG C. Dawson LTJG D. H. Gildea LTJG J. Hendricks LTJG R. Maholchic LTJG R. Morehead LTJG Newland LTJG T. Peck f' T 'ol- ll a- -- T . - LTJG K. Taylor LTJG D. Thompson ESN J. Redford CW04 D. J. Beyer CW03 J. Braccio AOCM G. Hernkind AFCM R. Thompson Yu AVCH W UYOH AQCS V L Brown ADCS L Weller ADC M Archer AMSC S O Bass AEC D Bradshaw AMQC M Cadman 434!VA 95 R I if A E K N C xl ' P' Q 4 T if- . nz M ' " lil for ' fr T 'l Q- R 1 if 2 ll ' A ua? of X. V gg- , . 'S' X . I . .+ . EXE? N Sk . 41 .2 0 db ag, ., .EE ' hx, I f Tl J maxim: -if AMHC D L McGahee ATC W. Nelson ADC S. Paradowski AMEC J. Piazza AOC S. Srnallbeck ADC T. Stroeder AKC D. 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