USS Enterprise (CVN 65) - Naval Cruise Book

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X 'X :QQ ' 1 EM Y if X, Sr RN X f ,ZW 1, . ,, ,,,. . ff I V 4 I S524 n N .wg X QNX "if':,f1!- ' fy, ,f ENTER? The capture of a 70 ton British sloop on May 18 ENTERPRISE number two was a 25-ton schooner The Navy's Third ENTERPRISE WHS 21 l35'T0n 1775 was an auspicious event for U S Naval history purch xsed by the Continental Congress in December schooner commissioned December 17, 1779. She en- as this sloop became the first ship to be named EN 1776 Serving as an escort for convoys, she was active gagcd in combat three times, during the quasi war TERPRISE Cruising Lake Champlian that day it ln spying on enemy ships in Chesapeake Bay. with France, the war against Tripoli in 1802, and was captured by Benedict Arnold and was later used during, the War of 1812. to fight against the British . if N K' , ' 1 X X 1 ' ' .gf I, . fl ' XXX X X , 7 5, W n I 4 4 I X M . U,a , W , H i fwfzfszfvf' V I - h I I ' 1 I . . . I Q Y . , 1 . . , c s , L V at i E SPA has been a part of U.S. Niall ship to bear the name, carries 1 Onpflll 1973 xx Q33 5 1535 if l NS THE DEC DES Naval history since its beginning in 1775. The current on proud traditions set by seven illustrious predecessors. f 197-ton career. S l83l, the fourth ENTERPRISE, a The fifth er of I0 guns began a I4-year Navy Vette commission W3.S 21 d in March I877. , . e he made a cruise around the world in 1835- the Mississippi, Amazon and Madeira Rivers 1836. forming survey duty, COT- ' W5 ,ff ,. , ., ,C -,+ 1 f . STHE 1.1. FIGHTING GREY LADY" Until after World. War II, thelmost renowed ship to carry the name was the seventh ENTERPRISE, an aircraftcarrier com- missioned .on May11.2, 1938. Knownfas the ."BigE," the 25,000- ton ship fought in numerouslPacific battles, among which were the Battleiof Midway, Guadalcanal, Leyte'Gulf, lwoiglima and Okinawa She was iawardedlla tpresidiemiai Unit Citation a Navy Unit Commendatlon and 20 Battle Stars The ship was decommissioned on February 18 1947 On November 25 1961 at the commissioning ceremony of the eighth ENTERPRISE secretary of the Navy John B Con nally J r called the subject of the ceremony a worthy successor to number seven and said that she will reign a long long time as queen of the seas The new carrier went to sea Jan 12 1962 for her shakedown cruise finishing April 15 with the highest score ever attained by a new aircraft carrier Carrier Air Wing Six came aboard June 22 1962 to form along with ENTERPRISE the most powerful seaborne unit in existence at that time In August ENTERPRISE Joined the Sixth Fleet 1n the Mediterranean for her first deployment Following her return to Norfolk on Oct 11 1962 she was assigned for a month to the returning in September 1963 from a second Sixth Fleet deploy 6fI-IISTOR Y ment, 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. I In October 1964, ENTERPRISE returned to Newport News Ship-building 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 "Ev joined the Seventh Fleet on Nov 21 , 1965, and became the first nuclear-powered warship to engage in combat. During the next six months, the Big "E" planes carried out bombing raids against the enemy military transport and supply areas bridges and coastal shipping in Vietnam. ENTERPRISE concluded her first combat cruise, arriving at her home port 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 hersecond 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. . ' 1 , 1 ,N 21 "' ,, ' 1 1' 1 .1 1 , , , 1 Y 1 Y W gl Y 1- L l 1 's . . w . f M .. I I l ' 1 I Y I 1 1 I 4 an - L , - . 1 1 11 M N. , a N ' is . . ' 1 C i, 1 ' W 9 v 9 ' M , 1 1 1 . - . u . . 1 ' 1 1 . 7 . , . - a s H , we K, , , ,, ,. ,. A , ar- W., , ,1 i"""1a2aul09-A., f ff 1.1 N-7,4 ,." 5 W' N ' 'N '5--0-ff man" 'f ' gf 92,1 wif Zagj is-1 ' 4 3,352 off, W 94 P1130 5,1312 will lei? Wi moi iw' will mil mylll lllih well! MM . AM foniu lorula IW limi 011: .pl aiu e edeclll .mm Crm Salk elim: 1 sn nh Wm lfial lfllmi Villa! si.. W em! Wh Nw H lrllt lu v JM, Supmi Windy, Wu wr., lil 1, PM if lift His. . fdgk NR Y .x, 1 . lu. ' On March 27, 1967, ENTERPRISE iwag awarded the battle Efficiency "E," heryfirstf award as part of the Pacific Fleet. A I Wg The cruise ended in June within 13,400 bat-1 tle missions flown, and ENTERPRISE ra turned to Alameda July 6, a I I I I I I 0n Oct. 9, the Secretary of the N nounced that the Big "E" had won Unit Commendation during her ployment. a ' u, I y . After Christmas at Alameda I PRISE sailed again on Jan. 3, third Western ,Pacific Cruise. ENTERPRISE was the Sea of Japan, USS PUEBLO by mained in the area nearly a flagship of the specially-created 71, Relieved in the Sea of She proceeded to Yankee ing combat operations on 26, the Big' "E" and hert Hnished their third combat . ENTERPRISE arrived a brief cost4 A of 15 fl. ight, employees be-1 the Big "E", The I and of .these men were such that the worlds mightiest carrier was againigready forrsea onMarch 5. I . fAfterrfive days of sea trials, the,Big."E"t itdeparted Hawaii on.March 11, en route to iVYankee Station for her fourth Vietnam tour. Sheqreacliedthe Guld of Tonkin iMarch73,l beginning immediate air strikes .against the enemy. g E a I I A 1 A When. the North Koreans shot down ya Navy EC-121 reconnaissance aircraft :on April 16, ENTERPRISE was once again or- dered into the Sea of Japan, where she was joined by three other carriers and numerous support ships. As flagship for the newly reinf, stated Task Force 71, ENTERPRISE bef came an intetgral part of the largest task force assembled in more than 25 years. EN- TERPRISE returned to Alameda in July 1969 and soon sailed for her new .home port in Norfolk, Va., arriving, in August 1969.. From Norfolk, the giant carrier returned, to the Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry- dock Company where she underwent her sec- I ond refueling and overhaul. Having been re- fitted and refueled, ENTERPRISE complet4 ed her sea trials in January 1971 and then began the trip around South America for her home at Alameda, Calif. In July, ENTERPRISE arrived at the Su- X! HIS TOR Yf7 B ILDI A N ER bic Bay Naval Base in Philip- pings, first line kin. iOn Sept. 12, 1972, ENTERPRISE depart- ed Alameda for her sixth combat deployment to Southeast Asia. it 7 The arrival of 1973 brought good news to ENTERPRISE and the world, the an- nouncement of a cease-fire in Vietnam. In March 1973, ENTERPRISE earned her sec- ond Battle Efficiency "EH for attack carriers of the Pacific Fleet. The ship left Subic Bay may 30 to return to her home port of Alame- da. T 7 0n July 30, ENTERPRISE sailed from Alameda to Bremerton, WA, and Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, for a six-month ship- yard period of alterations and refitting in preparation for taking on the Navy's newest fighter aricraft, the F-14A Tomcat. Returning to Alameda in early February 1974, ENTERPRISE began refresher train- ing, carrier qualifications and air wing oper- ations in August. ENTERPRISE won her third Battle Efficiency "EM for Pacific Fleet aircraft carriers. 8fHISTOR Y ,. .. , ,. .4 H , - -- ,..-. . - .,- ,rm ,...,,.,,-,..'-w...k ,.,- , IOXHISTOR Y . ,2.':'v1si s,,, N,,:,ggi,.g,, "ttf 7-. ..avfff,C-kitllhl Jllrhywff. aff' ,745 215415555 1'f'Qk-' Y ,.,, 1-.ggpf ff-sf uf, I B, f, If " f t f After a three-week stay in Subic, ENTERPRISE headed to- wards Okinawa on 16 September for the first phase of Readiex 1- 79. Returning to Subic,.CTF-77 and Staff disembarked. After two days of storm evasion in the South China Sea, ENTER- PRISE commenced the return transit to CONUS on October 12. ENTERPRISE arrived at Pearl Harbor on October 22, where the ship embarked 200 "Tigers,', participating sons of crew- members, for the transit to its homeporttat Alameda. I After a stand-down period, ENTERPRISE proceeded to the SOCAL operating area, where she conducted carrier qualifica- tions 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 offp on December 15 andthe ship returned to Alameda for the holidays. it I N . I N a 17-year history that dependents of the crew were embarked for an excursion between Alameda and Bremerton. ' I I ' During this COH period, ENTERPRISE undertook the lar- gest habitability Self-Help Program ever attempted byua Navy ship and established a Habitability Division in the Ship's Force Management Overhaul System, comprised of approximately 300 men. During the overhaul period, the ENTERPRISE crew refur- bished every enlisted berthing space and head facility - a total of 5,200 berths. t I I I I a 7 1 I A few of the improvements, that resulted from this program were:,New modularrberths, redesignedlounges, additional parti- tions in sanitary spaces, refurbished lockers and betterlighting and ventilation. . I I I y l V, g e c - Q . Erom mast to kee1,tENTERPRISE'-was. completely refur- bished. All systems were checked, overhauled and restored tofull pst.liti it I ,operational atuew a . g . it - ,g When 1979 it compre The un1 mately 5 crewma g Puget Sc h 'c r ,. rvr- 4- . -,.-w..5-1-,,5. '::.'rgw'-.xzf-Ifkilff' -ANY?"--SK'-L'i" Xz- r-' cage "" z ff . "'k1if4+p2'::fs: ,uw-:':ff:z: .:f:,'i.13E52:.3'S7 'F ..-4" ,,'Lx:2253'f'-I' ?."If-:fl-Qaf'+'tv1 " " "V" ' ' f-ei'-i'3,.f"l'Lj"f"'5Z'L1i 'r'fQ:'751P-.5 L, vb ,, ,.,,.mA,,...k M A, ,,-, -. 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Y -, ... ku 14,2- ,.-5,x..N- r..,,,tL L Q K 1 4 CVW-1 1 The nine squadrons which comprise Carrier Air Wing ELEVEN provide the main offensive and defensive capability of ENTERPRISE. The seven types ofaircraft utilized provide ASW, strike, and air defense capabilities. The squadrons em- barked in ENTERPRISE during training operations and de- ployment periods are permanently home ported at various Naval Air Stations on the West Coast. The A-7E Corsair II 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- 6l-AI 20 mm cannon. The jet uses a sophisticated digital computer for both weapons delivery and navigation. Flying the A-7E from ENTERPRISE are Attack Squadrons 22 and 94, based at Naval Air Station, Lemoore, California. EMBARKED The E-2C Hawkeye is a carrier airborne early warning all- weather defensive aircraft which a distinctive rotating radar dome. Specialized computers, radar and communications equipment in the E-2C are used to provide strike and traffic control, are surveillance, search and rescue guidance, naviga- tional assistance and communications relay. The E-2C, nick- named the "Hummer", is powered by two 4,600 hp Allison turboprop engines, which drive two four-blade fully-feathering reversible constant-speed propellers. Flying the E-2C from ENTERPRISE is Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron I 17, based at Naval Air Station Miramar, San Diego, Califor- ma. The SH-3H Sea King is a gas turbine-powered helicopter used for anti-submarine warfare, rescue and ,assistance mis- sions, and transfer of cargo 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 heli- copters are airborne during all flight operations from the ship. Flying the SH-3H Sea King is Helicopter Anti-Submarine 6 based at Naval Station North Island, San Diego, California. 7 lhc fl' Spccilfdl Cgmplclcl fl crcl 0 eqlllpllfll lllllll P01 cighl Nlll pnunl If PRISI' it buy lslln w lhcl- rinu nail inlcgmlii custimf the lilly cluding t lnomlli sions iii from E5 1 A-6E Intruder is a carrier-borne low-level attack bomber ispeciltcally- designed to deliver a variety of ordnance on targets gcompletely obscured by inclement weather or darkness. Flown by fa crew of two and powered by two jet engines the A-6E is lequipped with a sophisticated weapons system and can carry five ,g2,000 pound general purpose bombs or a maximum of twenty- .fight 500 pound bombs. The KA-6D tanker version has a 26,000 lpound refueling capability I7-'lying the A-6D from ENTER- PRISE is Attack Squadron 95, based at Naval AirStation Whid- ibey Island, Oak Harbor, Washington. t. The F-14A Tomcat is the Navy's newest fighter-interceptor. The Tomcat is a two-seat, twin engine, all-weather aircraft capa- ble of flying twice the speed of sound. It also features a variable sweep wing for increased maneuverability. The Tomcat can carry long-range Phoenix missiles. Flying the F-I4 from ENTER- PRISE are Fighter Squadrons. I 14 and 213, based at Naval Air Station Miramar, San Diego, California. AIRCRAFT The S-3A Viking, the Navy's newest carrier-based anti-subma- 5rinc warfare aircraft, provides an ideal balance of ASW systems integration and computer technology to enable it to collect, pro- Qcess, interpret and store data. A jet-powered, twin engine aircraft, gthe Viking carries surface and subsurface search equipment in- fcluding sonobuoys, high-resolution radar, infrared and magnetic anomaly detector. The Viking is used primarily for search mis- sions in the vicinity of the carrier task force. Flying the S-3A ifrom ENTERPRISE is Air Anti-Submarine Squadron 21 based 'at Naval Air Station North Island, San Diego, California. l. The EA-6B Prowler is a four-seat all-weather jet designed specifically for use in tactical electronic warfare. Powered by two Pratt 8: Whitney .I52-P-408 turbojet engines and having a level flying speed in excess of 500 knots, the Prowler uses sensitive receivers and high power jammers an an effective combination to deny the enemy use of much of his radar and radio equipment. The sophisticated, complex electronic systems of the EA-6B make the Prowler one of the most expensive aircraft in the Air Wing. Flying the EA-6B from ENTERPRISE is Tactical Elec- tronic Warfare Squadron l33, based at Naval Air Station Whid- bey Island, Oak Harbor, Washington. I I ,ge xv 0' fl 'fl x of-i 'wx -xx "Q .ha .11 ffm ygmrd, .EJ fz,t'. ?'E5'4'5cf3,Q!g4u.Li,,L is x M Q, 'xg-Q. gf? -rs X X X X . X X' .Inns A 55' 'ser ai! ' 'ka . ., no in-X. I . 1' ai- .Lf . on.. -U- .s .u nu- . C Qvb- . -. .num 1 . - iff- -X: X X K Y - x R 5 .X 'fn Xwa. .XX -v,- X XXX - av' X ' X ' . . - . 1. -9-A X- . , ,-!'.,:-fx :2..T.,X 'FI' uh A, - A .X Q' -,L A V . X , , ,. I X .. -- , T . :a . L, gg, .- , K- KA .Q., - V.. miss. ' .fl ' ' " Ent--.'v.' 'Q X V 1, ,ans-K 5, ..... v .X X, S. "' ' X ' Zfifi'-1 ' ' - ':"r:f' QQ L 1- 2--' - - : K' f,"', K X'-' --,ff 1' . . .. 1 .. , -Q, 5 .. --.. ....-fJssXgX,.efXQ:- 1 '1 ?-1-aka' '12 ll.. . ............n,2i. .L A' , , " v Ta! , , :gf- ' -' '- ,X-3-QE. :'Q"i . - , 1 at '1':',"""..... - Elgin-7' Q3-1' f L .. -Nw 4 M M., 4 -. .fs " -u-.- " n .s Q! ig.- . '... .x, ' 'N ' .Xalan- ... . 5 -A r,Y', ,W A X-V-.,. V. . M ---A 5' "YQ: f AIRX---Aw MN:-W-..,, ' 1 4 V4 , 4 if . 1 mu , 'V fv 11.4, , . ,- , , , , ,V.,,,,, uf 5 2,6 , ,va ,,, 47 ,gg-?'4 , fi' 3' s ' , ' ' 1 T'- ' " 1 W ' ' ' 2 ' 515154 ff-A 'Y' 1 H , ,4,'.-I W- U- 7 .. X7 ' ' ' 'L 1 f of 'I v '1 " ,,, t 4,31 , ,-. gf.,,,' . fvwhl , ' ' 'fi It L.,- 'Q , , -If J 'I 'n fy Uv Qi DEPE DE T D Y RUI E Separations from loved ones is something ENTERPRISE crew- man and their families deal with quite often. Being a part of a combat-ready aircraft carrier team requires it. But on August 17, the whole ENTERPRISE family got together for Dependent's Day cruise out into the blue waters of the San Francisco coast. Passing beneath the Golden Gate Bridge and getting that last glimpse of the San Francisco skyline, a sight very familiar to the crew, set the stage for a day full of entertainment, food, and just plain fun. The highlight of the day was an air power demonstration which enabled our guestls to see the flight deck operations up close as they were allowed to stand in a safe viewing area right on the flight deck. The jet engines' roaring sound went right through your body and then in about two blinks of an eye the aircraft was headed skyward. And to show you what this 90,000-ton ship can do, the ship was skillfully maneuvered through turns at various speeds and quick acceleration and deceleration runs. The entertainment on the hanger bay was non-stop as two differ- ent professional musical groups, a hypnotist, magician, banjo player, dance troop and the master of ceremonies kept the large crowds clapping, and at the edge of their seats. The USO and Oakland liavy League were responsible in large part for the well received s ow. 18fDEPENDENTS DA Y At last count, more than 5,000 dependents relatives made it aboard for the day-long cruise. "It was nice to bring my family, aboard to see what it is I dof, said one crewman as he left with his son and daughters. And though family and friends may not be with us in person all the time theyrmost assuredly are always in our hearts and our minds. I I --ff' I ' 7 DEPENDENTZS' DA Y CR UISEXI9 ve "1 Nik 'Nj' I UNH' .Y J W 1 3 It ,f Bin :Ying COMMITMENT wx . A- .1-151: H f , A., , - , 3 K . , u , ,-., W.-v , M . . . Q gn- ,Q , Q Gi' ff' I ,V 5 . . GQ., 1 1-qv If ..,,,. hi. V ,,,,.,.wgw. , V!u,.,,,.-'-4-,f-- 1 M 1 H ffig f a Q W 1' I 'A IAQ AN " 'Re fggpigggg .,:,1L:. 4:15. f . 5.3-.Q:,fgQ-f.Q1nf::1f5.,. V. ...,. .L , . ., . . , f ., 39:6 ,ff'rff'f fluff f V - -, V ,: 42.-31 f r X ', 1 n ,I V K-UPS V h'.:.,,'.M...,.,gff .H ,f...,, x v 3:4 ,C f?'X'V2i .A fx f 93-H wan-0 H....f . f , mm, . n..:-.,:,.,,f - ' - W .- f. H, ,,f ,who , .-hw Q,-1',,,.h 1 A A Q S- ,Sw-:.,f ,fm , ,ZTWLI ,,,fffe,x :,5'm-, ,M -, A , yi '7'i7?,f"f5 fi' ,' W' '5f17'35ff:f , V ' ".'LA?X'7f "f ' z ,, z wmvqaf " I M k "",.g,:w: f , , ff, V ,,,,, I ,ff 4, V . MN 5 LJ f:4,:,z,g3, -, ,gf , ,fr , M OR i , fa REFTRA CREFRESHER TRAINING With over 5,500 men aboard, and virtually every service available to us that is offered in an average metropolitan area, ENTERPRISE is truly a 'cfloating cityf' And, one might be led to believe that because she is surrounded by water that fires wouldn't be a problem, right? Wrong. One of the deadliest forces aboard ship is uncontrolled fire, smoke and other similar types of battle damage that any realistic man would plan for in a combat situation. To this end, every crewmember is required to attain a degree of damage control proficiency while stationed here. And, to ensure our readiness we test ourselves time and time again. But it's taken one step further when it's called Refresher Training QREFTRAJ. An inspection team from COMNAVAIRPAC came aboard to give us an independent evaluation, in our case, the results were nothing less than outstanding. With nowhere to go when tragedy strikes, we must be ready to control, minimize and repair damage, and continue as a combat capable ship. Damage Control is a grave concern aboard any ship, and for ENTERPRISE it's another job taken very seriously and done very professionally. f Q1 ,, ,E -.., 5' ,k, 1 y A I if ., f Q 'lim 14 - ' ' - 'Q f,A.I, V vv., Q7 My , 'pr L 'f , My ' , 5" , V , x .Q 4' Y l 4 U H507-iff Jtiwf f ,M I -.Q , 1' f 1 'M-,:,.., , -0- .: -, , .. ,. ,.1gQ'x--I - 4' f ?-fmn N-. x N 4:1.,.'fw - - x N-r,s,,,,g .qkf an Di gn l 26fSAN DIEGO 5 bin, ,fl 1 ng ' I K f-fa San Diego, the "harbor of the sun,'l was visited by ENTERPRISE on September 27 for three days of rest and relaxation. It was an impressive sight to see as ENTER- PRISE berthed between the carriers USS CONSTELLATION and USS RANG- ER at Naval Air-Station North Island. The Variety of things to do seemed limitless. Sea World, Disneyland and the San Diego Zoo attracted many "Big El' sailors. A Tijuana shopping tour was offered for the bargain hunters in the crew. Sporting activities abounded with the full spectrum of water sports, golf, bowling and just han- gin' out at the beaches were popular among the ship's crew. While San Diego may rank second among California's natural harbors, it cer- tainly seemed to rank first in the hearts of those sailors who found it to be a truly fascinating port visit. 1 1 4 Sn, I ' 'Q ff 1 ll' SA N DIEGOXZ7 I J k , , , , y E 1 1 f K I I E 1 Q i i I V. I X , 1 1 E l 1 1 1 1 I 1 Y 1 E A , FLEET 1 9 N 1 , 1 ' ax! 1 5 , WEEK 1 H H , , , 74 , . ,, . , , E,.. , , ., . . , , . ,, . . , ,. t l ' 34 :mx Y 1 , Ewgewa ,E f . A .A lll'lll E C E E N 5 28fFLEET WEEK ? I 4 A 1 cs I I n - I , ' ' Q ul Q ' ll H I , 5 , 1 ' ' ' E Hb X . I 5 1 ' I Ns ' r N M--fl wwe, w ENTERPRISE is proud to hail from great coastal cities, San Francisco, Oakland, Alameda and the Bay Area. The naval tradition here goes back to the earliest days of our nation's beginnings and the annual week-long celebration provides the perfect opportunity for the local residents and Navy communities to get together and show their mutual appreciation. On Saturday, October 12, 1985, ENTERPRISE led a 14-ship "fleet,' of mainly Navy ships beneath the Golden Gate Bridge as Mayor Diane Feinstein, Admiral James A. Lyons, Commander in Chief of the U.S. Pacific Fleet, a host of VIPS and the general public crowded the San Francisco Bay waterfront to greet the ships. If that wasn't enough, the Blue Angels sent eyes sky- ward as they demonstrated Navy precision aerobatic manuevering. The rest of the week was filled with luncheons, parties, athletic events, open houses aboard Navy vessels, a fire- works display and the Navy Birthday Ball at the Hyatt Regency Hotel. Undoubtedly a spectacle enjoyed by everyone, Fleet Week '85 will not soon be forgotten. wifi? aa gjtyi f W'3v4b'49,,,"' X , ' xi Zim' ff' Sw Q9f,sQ7,sV,,- 43' f..-j2o"Qc,-jvjtf ifft C5 ff .7 'f ,- .' J ref F-1y6f,s+bTM.'w sw,,.fFss': 'wzswvifvz-..w AAU:- sfi 211 f MM, ,iv , ,, ,L wc, FLEET WEEKf29 2 1 1 1 n .A - .. ,. , 1 r: 'www-L15-va.-,", iii' v"3"v.1f 3: -, rqlwieg ,, sgg:1JQf1Z1Z'55'i1?,9'ff'z 5452 n,Zif-442.04352 r X ,AML A 4, 553'-.ffiavv 74 , , 252 3 , ,553 , I 4, VI My G f KK , f mf 5 4fd'fi:L42??" fa , .fi fQe,f,v ,f' 2991 ,,a-fflf' - K M 357553 A . ,o .w-'-W' 4 x, x N N , xp, 1 , r Q s xl , 'x I .5 V i X 1' 5 I f HUNTE ' UINT 1 X w v I r l K . f f . y l 34fHUNTER 15' POINT Q , ,, P z 2 f f. Jai! fl WA" , X ,x 35 lx 'X TERPRISE . . . D PARTING ssxxxxxxxx X sSsSSSXy 0 9 N! Q7 V 499159 WYYYX TER? 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X f f yff ffhffzf, fffgf, cffgf v'fff7f,"w W , ,,,, ff,ZfA.f2f fff ,Lff ff 7379 .W ,,, , L , A f ,,f,4g,4., H 4 f ,,,,,,,7, f f,,,f!,,5 ff :fn s , ,A fy., ff, ,Mx 4,,,,,7f5 ' ' 'ff ZH wfxazi W, V, 2 A , Qui ! I 5 A chap PRC and the 1 proj: 54fPHILIPPINES 5 1 L55 .1 if A v lg F55 , V2 5 , E I i U L i . :Q THE CARRIER WITH CLASS LENDS A HAND. A group of USS ENTERPRISE and CVW-ll shipmates worked with two of our chaplains to initiate a community volunteer project in Olaongapo, R.P. through PROJECT HANDCLASP. Our project was to deliver 5,000 books, medical supplies and 60 gallons of paint for classrooms at Olangapo High School. We painted one of the classrooms and left the donated paint and equipment so they could finish the project. 5 f PHILIPPINESX55 P il r vi , V iTx7Tk'?i'Z'-"--1.1 -- I -" ' 'z - 1 : 'Z " ' . 'S ' ' 'V :II-Q11-Z?-12? 1, U 3 I rl, L X 1 , , , f f , ! X R lx . If . I ff 'X Q f Q f ,MHMWA it-Mwx ,g K ,,F,.,m-k ff N -XWNHQA, 52' ,Af "" 1? f fi I .f X 4 2 X I X In V X I H Xxn"X'X X K xxx, 5 "xxx 2' -A-Q7 L,-f-X-L kt N "x XXX uf Y, , X! ,ff 9 H 1, iii. xixl-WXNK as-9 ff ,f ll 4 I 58fSINGA PORE Republic of Singapore 2-5 March Latitude l Degree 16' OOMN Longtitude 103 Degrees 50' OO"E Time Zone -7 Golf Nautical Miles From NAS ALAMEDA - 7,724 Currency Singapore Dollars Exchange Rate S2 Singapore I Sl U.S. Language Chinese, Malay, English Major Religions Buddhism, Islam, Hinduism Season Winter Monsoon Ave High 85 Avg Low 75 Government Parliamentary Democracy SINGA POREf59 6OfSINGA PORE , , ,,- , , 1 SINGA POR Ef61 we '7 , X -Q -1 Aff ff ff ,MW , V ff ff f' wwf " X , , fff X7 f , ffwwfvwjfcz Mm ff X ,fpf , ,mwfw ,f R miss Hom , ? X sg "T HIS IS A DRILL. MA OVERBO RD. . wax OWERBO RD. P, M2 rx . ,- - Q- --. -1104 -v-- --, - -X-, i A f WMAN DUTY LMEBQAHW 66fMAN OVERBOARD "SECURE FROM MAN UVERBOARD DRILL U 68jUNREPS As x.. .YH s - , L A-ww . . K . dr wwf?-K '7f7"'w-' i ,1- , ES -x . f,QAfZQ5x.,-3 xc , -f Q " -mf' A n-1 16" '-- x . XQ hA . . . V . +-- ra- . 'f gf iv ...vi -ww. uf .a a.. - 53' SE' 'TQ-2 :Q , 'xfam F' 1- 4 YL M-If" . ' 'A f ,M- Q JA ' Q . 10 P W 4" fs-.Qi w, "ff '5'Mfm,. ...mv- W--aw ,MN N. -if M 'fl x Hqfwf' ., xt .X xg., - N 'W X 'v ...W f i4 M4 'Q iii 1 1 '1 'Q 4 ' Q. , :W A 70fUNREPS ,,. , . W- -- K f ,QP I l , 3: Lg , . 3 . 5 N wa , , , . , X fnfk 112,313 :TP--I-L5 11' ':.,.'Qi A ,.. V ....,.-, -,..1.,,,,-,, .5:,,,,,,,,U JUN- 0. K, ,JJ A, nad- N , ,,f,.,,9.:f.,..::1..,:Yg,:g:,,,.3.. LZ, .1 1- ,515-,J , . ' -- , --4. ffbdfn-vw fffmffft M, y J , 3 72fFA CES OF ENTER PR ISE 5 if , x QW sf YJ x s ' sMv..,W,, X Q iw X Q S X w-W L, 2 X g AN X X. 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THE SIJEZ EfHNfHla 88fSUEZ CA NAL 23 fHPRIl: 1385 1 ED OPS 90fMED OPS MED 01215791 8-16 MAY LATITUDE: 40 DEGREES 50' 19,'N LONGITUDE: 14 DEGREES 16' 2O,'E TIME ZONE: -2 BRAVO NAUTICAL MILES FROM ALAMEDA, 13,189 CURRENCY: LIRA EXCHANGE RATE: 1,460 LIRA 2 S1 US LANGUAGE: ITALIAN MAJOR RELIGION: ROMAN CATHOLIC SEASON: SPRING TEMP: HIGH 75 LOW 61 GOVERNMENT: DEMOCRATIC NA PLESX93 Nfl' ,, 7. 44.1 ---.r-N ,. ,, , A I , .Q.v,..,, ,,..,.,., ...,,, i , K g ' 45' . ..A ' Zn' zxfzjzm X, MAN . , . K .-1 fl E . KL '. -,, vu: ,...., ,,, , N, ,A f" .fam ' z?.,g.,v Skiffw ,V , kip 1,-1,., 1' 7,1.,w '-.NM , . Nw, . gn ,i .v 1 5 L. ??3?P7?fvf4N-if ' " .. x X ,wk ..N! Xt' Q9 YQ E - N., ' - . Q 1 "f" ,mg , K, -191 Z ung t 3, Zhi! Eternal Kify THE ETERNAL C 1 x 1 fig 1 57 . 1. Z' A' 11? .X ff u fwi Q Q gi Y g if 5 ns? 1 2: 25,3 'giaf ? ,fm 3133? , P. 'mw- V97 ' ! , 32 7 4 , f, '1 'A I, S POM? 7 -sq-' " J I Y I I X ff f X I , X w' .1 I Z! . ff F f . A . I F , . w N . 1 fir H, QS Q35 45545 . 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The profes- sionalism 'and expertise of the men in the department enabled them to quickly and easily transition between the two completely different styles of ai-r operations. Divi- sional responsibilities are: 2 Q V-1 Division, wearing yellow, red and blue jerseys is responsible for the operation of the flight deck, crash and salvage crews, all vehicles andthe four deck edge aircraft elevators. Movement of aircraft on the flight deck is under the supervision of V-1. V-2 Division, wearing green jerseys, is responsible for operation and maintenance of four C-13 steam catapults five MK-7 arresting engines and all associated equip- ment. , 2 . .V-3 Division, wearing yellow, red and blue jerseys is responsible for the cleanliness and safety of the entire Hangar Deck. They control the movement of aircraft on the hangar deck and the lower operation stations of the four deck edge elevators. ' V-4 division, wearing purple jerseys is responsible for operation and maintenance of the 2,200,000 gallon aviation fuel system consists of 165 fuel tanks, filters and miles of distribution piping. In addition, they man pumprooms and provide crews for 24 flight and hangar deck aircraft fueling stations. t A g A V V-5 Division, wearing blue jerseys is com- , 2 prised of personnel assigned to Primary . Flight Control and the departmental office. Tower personnel assist the air officer on con- ' j trol of aircraft in the VFR pattern and on T deck. r T r . - Administrative personnel handle all offi- ' cial correspondence, record keeping and per- sonnel requirements. ' con N. VWESTERIBUHR A MINI Boss CDR S. A. BROWN HANDLER --mx? : 24,3 3 - f.-,- ,.,f, , f. ' --V - " ' ' ..... --. f ,--f cf- .-:"- . .Q ,.. - ,. . ,4 .-.,f.nf.1.. . ., .ff 3:-1.4-51.4.13 5 rg,-,.,--rey ga :fq,. f " -.-1- ,- - .-:,--nr -:"Q' .,. f :,1,-.-1-fnff. '.a-gif.-ff-1? 1 cf: 'f ' , --,,,.:--,U , .- .. -, . 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ANDERSON 5101234 "SRL I I I I ABH3 M. BELL, JR. ABH3 J. M. A. CARTER ABH3 J. M. COX ABH3 H. D CROSBY J J J J J J J J J J J J J 1 J ABH3 J. M. CUSICK ABH3 J. A. GILLEY ABH3 V. M. HILL ABH3 R. W. JINES FLEETS FINEST ABH3 A, V, JOHNSON ABH3 K. L. KRESAL ABH3 M. K. MCCLAIN ABH3 R. W. LUCAS .. i QWmka , ,fy V. , . , Awwfeyxgg ABH3 T. L. NICHOLS ABH3 S. A. PIERCE ABH3 D. A. SMITH ABH3 T. C. THOMPSON AIRXI V ABH3 E. TILLERY ABH3 K. E. WADE V 1 ABHAN A. D. ACRE AN J. D. ALBERTSON AN C- K- BAILEY ABHAN B. D. BENSON AN R. D. BIGLEMAN ASMAN B. L. BREWER AN E' W- BROOKS AN J. A. CARTER AN R- C- DOUGLAS AN J. H. DUCOTE A W ...W .W .. f 452521 1 Zi 2 6 2 A91 M 4 V AIA' V V A A f 1 x - X if .,.. -. , ,qv fl 7 ,A fp iff' V 4.. -4. qw 971:79 7' W9 Wing? ',f..'.7W: 'W' ,W-' 5 iam M-ww 14712, ' "' ff' J 44345 E., 7, 4 U 52 if . hiv' ig' 4 T 7 .QE ' ww, .vi big? mf '37 If 43 x W , ,54- AN T. M. COLEMAN AN J. D. DEWHURST ABHAN M. E. EVANS AN G. B. FLINT ' Q r fir-1 -J-'..,f.4 -:f K -,-','. 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LEWIS ABECT A WALTER ABEI B C SIEBE ABE2 A BARCELO i r w L n 1 A I I 1 4 13 i 4 i 1 I 2 I N V 2 ARRESTING GEAR ,.....,n.,n-vs., ,I 3 HB LCDR R. S. LOWE ABEC M. A. SHUART ABEI C. FRANCIS ABE3 T. R. MARTIN ABE3 J. J. LEWIS ABE3 H. M. FIGUEROA ABE3 T. SCHLARB ABE3 W. D. SMITH ABE3 R. RUBI ABEI F. J. SMITH ABE3 N. R. SOWELL ABEI R. G. PINKSTON ABE3 P. H. GOSHORN ABE3 E. BOATWRIGHT ,-5...--sr ,.,..,s.A.4- ABE2 W. J. MOSESLY ABE3 D. R. BECK ABE3 J. M. YRIGOLLA ? ABEI G. L. FAUCHER ABE3 P. A. MORGAN ABE3 KROLIKOWSKI ABE3 T. W. WATSON ABE3 R. S. RAYLS v I I . Y- V-'- -- - M' f--4-1 I f 'ITD I I I I I I I E I I I I I I OI I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 'I I I 'I I I . 'I I 'II' .II AI In YI III II 'I :I I I IJ I II WI :II ' 45... A ....,.,. , I ABEAN R- I AN K B ESTES WOMELDUFF ABEAN L. MASON . . AN W. E. MORGAN ABEAN E. ZABALA ABEAN G. A. BR-OWNE AA S. S. MENDEZ AN D. C. ALLGOOD O AN D. A. HENTGES ABEAN J. HASKINS AN L. BROWN ABEAN M. L. WARD I AA RIIHOWE ABEAA G. A. LL JACKSON AN F. D. FORD AA J. L. STEPHAN AN D. H. HAMLIN AR R. E. WINNER ABEAN T, M, SPIVEY AA R. R. HOEPPNER I66fA IR f I I, I I I I I I I X I I I I Ii -I I I I .'I I I . I 1. I I . I I X Q 4 i I 1 BOW CATAPULTS LCDR R. W. PRICE ABEC R. A. TICK ABEI M. ANDERSON ABEI R. B. AKER ABE2 M. J. CHAVEZ 1 Surf ABE2 J. D'AMBROSlO ABE2 S. CAMPOS ABE2 M. P. RICHTER ABE2 J. LOPEZ ABE2 J. D. LENOFF ABE2 R. A. WALLACE ABE3 D. HRABOVSKY ABE2 S. J. VENTLING ABE2 R. E. TOLER ABE3 B- D, DONELOW ABE3 D. CROTTY ABE3 R. M. BAILEY ABE3 M. E. PARRA ABE3 F. T. KARL ABE3 J. D. DEYOE ABE3 T. S. HENSLEY ABE3 R- A- FERRARI A112467 5 i L... ..- 5 A I r x 2 1 w I , X 1 K . I W w s , ' ' , if Q 1-. " " - 'fv ,. ff- ge--, Lvifijfgg I 2-fn:--L-.L":iLr Y-.--'.--37-1---,j-V+-.3317"-1.11:1:f-'-qgt'gp- L5 .-,112 1 '17 -S. ' ' Q- f -,. . , f- x .. Eu -'. ,--3: -ff-1-'fri-,,..f155- 3-11--5. S., 1' V ' A ' . ' ' V " fir -f'7?ff'Lf'z" .1 f 1 1-f-1.1'-553155 ' .-"ff ".-"ai-,Ziff f " - ' ' . . -ff "' 1, -' 1713 iffjf J af ,, , f V ' ' 'y ' ' ,- ' - 5' "Q "-' g'-f A f JP? 5 - "if-.,l'f' f 4 ' - . f - if -,Q J". r : ' T,"T5?, 'I 5 .f - V W Y- .K - fx., ..V-, - f , '-1 :Y 1 ,, f - - , ' V - r N . . f - YVA.. , is V 11 11 1. 1 .. 1 n 1 K- 1, 11 1 1 1 11 1 111 If I 1 ' 1 11 I1 1 1 x Ar, 11 1 1 1 1' p 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 I1 , 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 11 X1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 W1 1 11 1 1 1 LCDR H. Wills HANGAR DECK OFFICER LT F. Taber Jr. HANGAR DECK OFFICER HANGER DECK 1,,,........n.1-L ABHC E- C- H ff ABHC11C.C01bc11 ABHI DR. Valdez ABH1 J. R. Torres HANGAR DECK LCP0 HANGAR DECK CPO HANCAR DECK 1.Po HANGAR DECK ALPO 1 1 1 7OfA IR 1 1 1 1 1 W 1 1 1 111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 j 1 I "1 1 l' 1 1 1 1 P1 Z1 1 1 1 1 I 1 11 1 11 1 11 1 1' , N '- 1 1 1 '1 11 11 1i 1 111 1' ' 1 1 L, 1 '1 11111 451 11 131 31 51 1 ,F '1 0 milf! I1 . 111 111 1 5 1 1 11 111 """1"'J ABH1 F, NAvARRETE ABH2 D. F. ESTEBAR ABH3 1. J, EDWARDS ABH3 M. L. EDWARDS ABH2 K. H. GIDDENS ABH2 D. A. HAMLIN ABH2 F. WILSON ABH3 W. H. DEZAVALA ABH3 R. W. DUPREE ABH3 F. A. FILLARE ABH3 J. A. MEDINA ABH3 P. V. ROBERTS ABH3 J. M. SMITH ABH3 R. J. VORWALD AN J. C, BATTLE Ill ABH3 D, pn WELLS ABH3 D. J, ZIMMER AA A, R, ANGULO AN R. M. BAGBY AN W. D. BASSETT AN P. J. BATES 1 AR R. BELL ABHAN E. M, BOLEY AN B. S. CHANCEY AR s, L. COLEMAN AN H. G. COLON AA R. E. CRAIG AN J- A- DEJESUS AIRfI71 . 1 Vrgrrrr ,W -l. Y 1 1 12 1 11 1 . 1-E1 1 1 1 1 1 A 1 1 11 I 11 11 11 - H 11 '1 . 1 1 1 1 l 711 1 1l1 I1 1 A 1 AA R. A. FRICK AN S. D. GRAVES ABHAN D. F. HAYS AN J. L. JOYCE AN 1- W- KELLOW AA R- A- KUNG 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 .11 1 1 11 1 1 :1 1 1 A 1 1 ! 5 1 1 . I . 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 .1 AA M. J. KRAVEC AN M. T. LOOMIS AN A. P. MADRJGAL 1 AN w. L. 'MCMANUS AN J. F. PERRY nl AA J. A. RAINES 1 1 X 1 1 111 f 5 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 - 1 1. 1 J 1, 11 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 f 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 3 A 1 . 1 1 1 - - . 1 1 1 , . 1 1 ' 1 1 A 1 1 1 ' 1 - I i 1 1 1 ' 1 I 11 . 1 ' 1 1 1 1 ' Q1 ' AN M. A, REED RN D. R. RODEN AN J-. A. ROGERS AN D. R. RUNKLE AA K. A. SANDERS AR R. R. SELLERS 3 - 11 1 1 an E 11' 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 15 12 1 I is i1 ' 1 111 1:1 1 ' ' 11 i Z1 1 1 1 1 111 1 1 N U 4 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1111 AN M, A, SIMPSQN AA B, SCARBOROUGH AN w. P. STANTON AR D- A- VIDEAU AN J. J- VRABEL FN J. E. WILSON 1 . 1 1 1 NOT PICTURED1 H1 AA E. c. ANDERSON AA D. M. DELAPAZ AA v, C. FLOOD 1 AA R. A. WOOD AN J. K. WOODWARD AA B, D, wmgm 1 A I72fAIR 115. 11 'I i1 ' - i Y'-1 h Y - A -1- A - 1 ,,,,,,. ,, Q... S V4 LT T- N- SEI-DEN Cwoz G. C. LITOGOT ABCS W. P. ENDICOTT ABFC R, A. INFANTE ABFC p, A, MACALMA ABFC R, F. SMITH ABFI D, J- MULCAHY f Q .A- i ' li A Ag' r . 5 9 M V f --gig ? A. f . gi.. . - A-. ABF! R. L. PARTAIN AN E. A. NOVY AN A. D. ANDERSON AR R. V. BRERETON AIRX I :div r ABF! F. V. CLARK ABF! R. C. ABF3 C. BOM BERG ER I v f ABF3 H. R. NUSI AN D. R. DYE 4' , r" rf AN P. M. MARCOTTE 1 in 1 4.,-.,.--v tg w .lg , 1 QA Q . Q, 'X 5 . . , LAFORD ABF2 W. J. ANDREWS A ABF2 J. W. LEMAY ABFZ D. M. ROETHIG ,ABF3 W. ALEXANDER gy. If 44-M ' 'Q-ff' ABF3 R, F4 DANNA ABF3 G. B. Guuo ABF3 M. A. LYON -9 . ABF3 R. K. PRUDEN ABF3 D. TORRES ABF3 J- W- WRIGHT I AN s. L. FALLON AN F. C. FRODGUE AN I- R- GARCIA I 1 '4fA IR AN J. E. MERCHANT AN J, W. RAY AN R. L. ROBERSON AN D' O- WILKINSON AN E- W- WOOD ABFAA R. MATHISONA "" 'A . sv - 'G RR- , . . .... , V X N .. . .- 1. 3 AA 1.0. MUNTER AA M. J. TERLAAN AA W. .L WHITE AR B, T. WRIGHT .. .. ,-,fm--.f...-. 5 B-if-w 0 pw x .mg Mk 1 , ,, ,K fi-Cx' ' N Mgva V f .-'iw m .-A W 'xv Q F' , ff few Ex I QA 5 v 1 2. 1 1522? .--P' vm! Q FY' H -yyzzzg My . qri ' 1 "fy ' 91 f f 'f f Y Q , 'J W:f, 24 ...., .f,, - .-: A 1 fmq -' -yi. -M Y Ig ..., A .G.. J' gr Q Q- sh 2 2.7. , K i 1 2 Ili.. li I V W. , 11 ! I N W E L. if IRQ I If 31' A 'i' o W H use M rvr' if . v , N,.., 1 Aw .nl 3? sf'- -Q ffvv ...gn nr? Q Q ,, 1 wh- P' N qc.: 1 cf :E .51 W. ,V 39x X?'iif'+ifL - vffi.,..N s X4 ,1 v, ,if ' --Q AYP ...Q .M f -.- r 5 I ADMIN LCDR M. D. WICE LCDR J. MCGRANAHAN ABCM WHEELINGTON YNI B. A. HARDIN ABH2 s. L. PERSON YN3 SCHALDENBRAND YN3 D, C, DANIELS ABEC W. B. THOMPSON AA W. D. WADDELL Q . f . I PRI 'I FLY ABHI E. B. COOPER ABH3 G. L. COOPER AN T. A. RAMSEY AN F. L. HOBSON I fi TAIR Boss AND MINI Boss HAVE A FRIENDLY CDN- l AEEAN M. A. TOTH AA A. H. ALLEN AA R. E. DYE AIRXI VERSATION WITH PETTY OFFICER COOPER. 1 78fA IMD 77 5-N CDR G. D. Williams AIMD Officer Comprised of 8 officers and over 450 enlisted personnel, the AIMD provides essential aircraft component repair and maintenance services for the embarked carrier airwing and the other aircraft within battle group Foxtrot. With full repair capability for over 2300 individual aeronautical components, AIMD provides the critical onboard logistics support necessary to keep the sophisticated aircraft of ENTERPRISES airwing in a high state of readiness during operations at sea. AIMD support capabilities span all areas of aircraft maintenance including repair of avionic components, structural surfaces, engines, hydraulic components and aviation survival equipment. Specialized support equipment and highly trained maintenance techinicians are employed throughou AMID to provide full support of the eight aircraft types embared on ENTERPRISE. In addition, AIMD contributes a variety of unique services to sustain flight operations. These include mainten- ance of ENTERPRISES Ground Support Equipment CGSEJ and Test Equipment, Calibration Services, technical assistance to squadron maintenance personnel, and non-destructive inspections. lt is our goal to consistently and expeditiously provide intermediate maintenance service of the highest quality to meet th operational support requirements of carrier Airwing Eleven. In short-to keep the ENTER- PRISES airwing at peak readiness by providing intermediate maintenance support that is the best in the fleet. A IMDXI 79 W V V -al ., l --w--------f- --- - i ' -'13 Yi? -fr Y---1--H WH- A!"' 1 I 111 7 , .1 1 12 f '1 1'I1 11 11 2 I- I .I I 5 JI I 1 I 1 1 1 I . I I1 1 1 LCDR RICE. R. H. .1 I1 1 1 . 1 Q 1 . ' .r III 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 11 I I 11 ,i' 1 1 21 1 1 . - 1 1 11 ' 1 LCDR BENT. R. A. I 1 1 . 1 1 i l 14 A ' 1 1 1 'I 1. 1 1 '. . I V 1 -I . ' ' I 1 . 31 .1 , , 1 AFCM WALSH, M. P. ENS BILLER, T. I. Azcs BROWN, D. G. Azc ROWALL, W. J. Asc: MENDOZA, S. N. AKC TIONGEO, R. Mg QI 1 'l 11 . .1 A ! I 11. I1 111 A .1 .1 .1 i , I I 1 1 .1 1 N -1 IY1 1 1 1 1 1 .1 . M1 Q PRC WEILER. P. F. AZ, AGARD, W. F. ATI BENSON. P. A. A21 FAHRLANDER, G. ADI PIERSON, D. E. AMHI SMITH, W. D. 1,11 A. it 11 1 I I f I80fAIMD iflu 1 1, W Y ,Y-, A .,...v" V 3 WI' V Y' V- V 7 mg-Y Y ADI G. M. WEBBER ASI C. L. WERDEN AD2 L. E. ECCLESTON AD2 S. V. EMBRY AT2 E. A. GAETA AZ2 J. H. HANSON AK3 W. A. PETERS AKAN P. L. AZAN P. BRILVITCH AN C. CHATMAN AT2 T. P. WALDO AZ2 R. D. WASHINGTON BRIDGEMON AIMDfI8I 4 I I 4 4 4 i Z F -' :,y Ig I 4 Il 4 I I 4 I 4 I I I 1 I 4 I 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 I 4 I hu-...Q 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Q 4 4 I 4 4 4 4 4 I I 4 4 4 I 4 4 I 4 I 3 4 I 4 I 4 I I I I I 4 I4 5, 4, 1 I I 'I I L 4 4 l82fA IMD 4+ ' I . AMSC G H WATSON AZI' D. MENDOZA ATI W.H. FULLER BMI J. R. COFFEY ATI D. P. KILST A23 D. ji MORGAN AK2 J. DUPRE , AZAN E. J. AZAN S. GARCIA AZ3 W. H. SELIX SCHLEIGER 4,1 K .Wg :Q 4 K 4 4 4-544 . 4 f' 4 I, 44 ,- J U Sw. 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EASLEY AMSI R. ENNES ' AMS2 A. A. KRONAJ ADI E. C. LAND PRI N. S. LOZADA AEI M. P. MALOY ADI L. Q. MIRANDA ADI F. S. NICHOLAS AMS2 R, R, ABAYAN AMH2 J. CLAY AD2 J. E. COMBS AMS2 D. HARVIN PR2 R. M. LARMON PR2 A. J. LARSON AE2 D. L. LOCKLEAR AMH2 S. S. MILTON , 7.1 - - -A W L -gn-H, -Mm Vinh' l vw iid -' in AMSZJ P ATHOUDT AD3J M BATES AMS2 A K SAJONIA AD3 A B CALAHAN AE2 D W TIMMS AMH3 N COLE I 0 ,o Ll' '44 V . 'I , I AMH3 G. D. EMRICK AD3 G. A. EVANS AD3 F. B. LIM PR3 J. R. MCGHEE AD3 F. MOLLER AMS3 D. R. MORSE PR3 S. C. ORKNEY PR3 R. L. PASQUESI AMS3 J. E. SCHAFFER I I AD3 I. C. TAYLOR AMS3 s. M. WILLIAMS AMH3 J, WISE AN J. PATTERSON ADAN L. E. BANKS PRAN E. L. DALE AIMDXI85 I WIS , I .I M ' I.I . I I I I I ' I I I I If Ii I I . J '. I I. I ' I . I j i . I I I L .II I fII I AEAN T. P. PRENTICE AD2 E. Is. BERTULFO AMS3 A. I. PERRON AD3 w. L. WHITE PR3 L. I. MCGEEVER I 'I I I I I ' . ' I . iI . I ' I IL .I I . I I: l A I. I II I II II 'I II I II I II . II I ff . 5 II ASEAN K. J. LAKITS AN A. EDWARDS i V ,I 'II II ' A ' III I U A I II I QI I I I I II I I I? I I f j I 1: ' . I I . I I . II A II ' I .3 'I - , , 5 II - I - E . Q AMSAN A. 0. AN S. M.-ISAACS AN G. A. LARKINS I AMSAN T. A. MOODY AMEAN T- A. MOORE K II A HAMMON I . I I I I Y Q I H A ' HI .I A' uI II I I I I II I iI I- I ,II ' . :I II I I EI I I 'I I II I I I I . I I -II t 'I 13 I ' All III I.. QI A A IQ. Ii. ADAA M, S, RANDEL AMHAN R. C. PHILLIPS .II 2. A XIII QI ' :I I If 352 II ' I' I I ',I I I II .. I AAA QI AA M. RODARTE ADAN R. S. STEVENS ADAN D. C. O'QUlNN AMSAN R. P. STUBBS ADAA C. THIGPEN AR D. SMITH 1 I III 186fA1MD VII If , fx, I". ATL' T-T L -AA: ig! LL5.L.g,, ,W ,mv ,. ,L L-. ,...,.L.,,,.. DWL..- ..... .. - 2 E51 ,T LT J. O. MARSHALL ATCS B. L. HOLLINGSWORTH l.T M. E. FOOTE CWO3 L. G. HULL CWO4 B. G. BRASHEAR ATC T. M. SMITH A K. BOARDMAN ATC R. W- LAURITZEN ATC J. G. SCHROEDER T AOC T. W. MILLER ATC C. A. JONES AQ! N. C. COOKS AIMDXIS7 I I I I I I I I I I I I ' I I I I . 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SCHOEN AT2 T. G. SILVEIRA AE2 J. SMITH AT2 B. C. SNIDER AT2 D. TSOSIE AO2 K. E. TRIPP AT2 D. J. VAUGHAN AT2 M. J. VOLPE AT2 M. D. WARNER AE2 M. WINISKY A1MDfl89 2 T i 1 I W . I : N A 1 ' 1 w ' . .I U 1, , Z R I ' I M l x , x W :R 3 l M T ! N l i g 1 1 U . i i 1? 4 . il W! 11 : A w 1. 1 1, 1. 1. 1. 1: 1. I . AQ3 G. W. EMERY AX3 C. R. GRAINGER A 1 N s . . 1 x 1 I V 1 A , AT3 0.0. AT3 s. Pi MALY ' MCMORROW ii ,W 1 .g .I PE AT3 M .'J.QUlNN .11 -L AT3 R. R. ROE .U .1 190fA IMD AQ3 G. W. ASBELLE AT3 S. L. BARTLEY AT3 T. A. BLEVINS AT3 H. CHAO AT3 T. E. COYLE AQ3 P. J. DIAZ ' I ,AX3 R. E. GREEN AT3 G. W. 'H . l AT3 D. C. JOHNSON AQ3 L. D. LITCHY HUTCHINSON AQ3 P. M. MEMEFIELD AT3 R. G. MILLARD AQ3 J. M. MOORE AO3 R. T. PARKER AT3 T. SNEDDEN AX3 R. L. SCIFRES AT3 .l, L. AE3 R. C. TAYLOR STEPHENSON 4 1 . 1 5 v N 1 N I ,T x ATU T WALKER AQ J J AT3 D R YOUNG AE3 K R ZEITER AEAN D BARTLF WINCHESTER AQJT L VICKERS ATAN K R BOND AEAN B M CALTON AXANJ W COOK ATAN M G ATAN S P CONNINGHAM DESMARAIS ATAN Q. F. BORDAN . V L . N ATAN R. E. ELLIOT ATAN B. A. FINNEY AOAN J. FORSYTHE ATAN J. K. FRIDLEY AQAN D. W. GEORSE ATAN A. GIBBS AXAN M. A. AEAN D. C. HALE AOAN A. C. HEWITT ATAN A. L, HOOKER ATAN T. E. HUCKS AEAN L- L- JAYCOX GREGORY AEAN M. M' JENNEY ATAN J' W- KOEHLER ATAN R4 ph KUNZE AEAN P. LAUER AXAN D. MERRIMAN AEAN R. L. MILLER AIMDfl91 1 1 1 1 i ':N .H "14. .ug h, 1. Li 9 b 1 R AEAN J. C. NASH AQAN J. H. STICKLER AQAN B. M. PEARSON AXAN S. R. DOUGLAS l92fA IMD AOAA R. M. STELCEL AXAN M. W. SUMMERS AT2 R. C. CHAVES AN C. S. JACKSON AEAN J. M. PARKS AXAN P. D. WEST AT2 W. A. ALLINGHAM J. C. SALES AEAN R. R. RIOS AQAN F. P. SCHMITT ATAN R. L, SHELBY ATAN M. E. ATAN T. E. WILCOX ATAN D. J. WILKIN WESTLING AT3 W. H. DALE AQAN J. STACKLIN AXAA S. W. HAGBERG AT2 T. R. BURNS '34 . 1, f 1 2.25 'Z A. B. DAVISON AT2 T. O. AQ2 B. W. CARLEN CARBULLIDO K, R. FLACK R. W. ADRRUKAT - -1 .. LZTWY W-W YY YYYV I u ! ! 1 . W 2.3 1 ,J 5 ii li i Ji . rn I 1 , . 1 il 1 'Q 1 15 T . 1 M 1 ' 11i! 5 - RI11 A w w 'W I. i l . ' 1 . 1 i l J 1 1 . 4 Ill . 1 1 : I f i . 1 : I f' z I. J i N 51 H J J lr 5 ' li! g 11 Y ' 11 I I ' f IA T 5A 1 e J 12 l ix . Qu 3' V1 1. ' l'1 J- I T 1 IJ Z . 1 E 5 1 I1 ' J I , , , 1 14 1 J J 3 !v I W 5, Q ATAN E. P. WINBUSH AEAA K. A. BYE AXAA A. S. REARDEN M J, U N sf 3 W ' . .N , ., , H J -5 1 5 A it H 'N 1 J I. 1 1 . 4 1 ' . 5 , 3 1 . Us ' 5 :1 .al l 1 T1 I - I g! 5 11 I E f ly ' f 1:1 ' ,J 4,25 , Q V : ' .f 11 1 yki, 5 , ,1 ' QW? .ff:?'P We i,. "1 H f "1 'J J W! 62 Q 1 . 15 M ,.f ff f 1 11 Q , 4.2! J fu. A 1' A e ,Q 4 A IE ty, A4 1 ' .1 if J If 1 f Q l N . !? f x V 7531 'I 1 X as gg , 1 1 1 I J if ff J w 1 1 1 y 1 lx I 'w ' I il Axz 1. G. YOUNG Aoz w. UNSWORTH ATz T. S, HUNT AQ3 P. M. MEREFELD A03 v. C. A03 MCDOWELL BREIDENBACH AT3 K. M. AX3 J. P. SCALES AZ3 D, J. KENNEALLY HAWTHORNE 4 S l A l A A1MDf193 I ENS T. R, WILDS ASCS L. H. ASC R. G. A. CHASE . THOMASON 1 , ASI A. A. FONTEURA ASI E. BAKER ASI R. L. KELLY ASI C. C. MILLER AS2 T. M. ASHWORTH AS2 P' J' LEYDEN AS2 J. L. LITTLE AS2 J. W. LUTZ AS2 L. M. MELAT AS2 A. D. ROBINSON AS2 D, C. ROSALIN AS2 A. J. RULE 194fA IMD Ll Lfrgrf I I I L., 5 AS2 S. R. SANCHEZ AS2 R. ALEXANDER AS2 R. M, CABOTAJE BAN EQU ED ASMZC C ASE2 N T WILLIAMS AO3 R T PARKER I AZ3 X. L. COTTON ASM3 F. G. REID ASM3 S. E DEFRANCHI BROWER ASM3.I L ASM3 D B DUPUIS ASE3 R M GOODMAN I I ASM3 R. J. HOWARD ASE3 B. P. KIRK ASM3 H. LEE ASM3 R. A. LEHMAN ASE3 D. C. LO I NG ASE3 D. P. MOSELY AIMDfI95 ASI K. D. ESAU W A322 Legg? A VX Vw ,af g 'S 3504 'Gr-.vor 1' fa fnffdgif of 1' w W MIRANDA ASMAN G NIEVES ASAA R HALEY ASMAA M Q ASEAN R L BRATHOUDE WILLIAMS X 1 jig ' " W e -we -pf .- , 4, M-, . . M ,. 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ADAMSON 'RM3 E. L. ALVARADO RM3 D. CARSON RM2 J. R. NEWBERRY RM3 L. R. ARECCO RM3 S. M. CASWELL Q L, E ff 1 RM2 D. L. SANDLEBEN RM3 J. L. BALISTRERI RM3 J. W. COHARA A 1 1I 1 I1 1 11 1 T 1 1 . 1 1 A 1 1 .1 1 1 1 1 1 n .- 1 .. 1 1 11 1 I 1 3 RM3 G. L. CROWDER RM3 D. A. DANOVSKY ' RM3 R. V. GIL RM3 P' M- KEATWG 11 ' 1 :1 W .. 1 1 1 1 1 11 ., 1 1 1 Y 1 1 1 I1 '1 "1 1 1 3 11 1 1 .1 A 1 11 .. 1 , . 1 1 1 1 1 5 .1 3 ' 1 RMs M. A. KLICK RM3 M. T. KUZARA RM3 s. MACK RM3 P. J. OBRIEN RM3 R. ODEN RM3 M. T. OSBORNE RM3 E. RICE 11111 1 1 ! 1 11 1 . 51 1 1 . 11 ' . 1,1 1 111 1 1 1 11 1, 1 1 1 1 Q11 1 1: f V 1 , 3 1 1 1 RM3 C. P. SAUNDERS RM3 J. M. SCHLINGER RM3 D. SHERMAN RM3 B. M. STEAGALL RM3 J. L, WATTS RM3 J. D, WHITT RM3 A. WOOLFOLK I 1 1 ZOOXCOMM 1 1 . 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Their duties include: - The ship's visual eyes, The Lookouts. - Operating the ship's Helm and Leehelm. - Anchoring the ship. - Mooring the ship to a pier. T . - Operating the ship's boats fTwo 50ft Utility Boats, Motor Whale Boat, Captain's Gig, and Admiral's Bargej, including hoisting and lowering them to and from the water. - Underway Replenishment of all food, fuel, and weapons while at sea, also includes delivering them when necessary. - Preservation of numerous internal spaces, but their largest job is to preserve the exterior of ENTERPRISE form stem to stern. Yes, this is a large job, but they are the proud and the few, The BOA TSWAIN'S MA TES! Anyone can make rate but only the best can be a BOATSWAIN,S MATE. 1 204fDECK -H .. ..-. -. Y , tw -, U- , YW M M --I M - N-,HA --N YY U egl ..,-w.. WWWZU I LCDR J. T. JORDAN LT A, WILKINS FIRST LT ASSIST FIRST LT CWO4 O- VEVIK BMC G. G. BMI W. B. MAYHEW SHIP'S BOS'N SCHERBERT ADMIN ASSISTANT LCPO BM2 J. B. BUIS YN3 W. H. MULLER SN J. J. 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A. BUTLER BM3 F. G. OJASTRO ,,...--- r 13154. WB? ,, W1 -My 5, I 4 w DE T THE MISSION OF THE DENTAL DEPARTMENT IS TO PROVIDE A COMPREHENSIVE APPROACH TO PREVENTATIVE DENTISTY, PATIENT EDU- CATION AND TREATMENT OF DENTAL DIS- EASE. THE DENTAL, DEPARTMENT OFFERS A COMPLETE PROGRAM OF DENTAL SERVICES PROVIDED BY FOUR GENERALXCOMPREHEN- SIVE DENTISTS, AN ORALXMAXILLOFACIAL SURGEON, AND 13 AUXILLIARY PERSONNEL. DURING OVERSEAS DEPLOYMENTS, EMER- GENCY CARE IS AVAILABLE TO PERSONNEL FROM OTHER SHIPS IN THE BATTLE GROUP, WHICH ARE WITHOUT DENTAL FACILITIES. IT IS THE BELIEF OF THE DEPARTMENT THAT THE DENTAL CARE PROVIDED TO THE CREW OF ENTERPRISE CONTRIBUTES SUBTLY YET SIG- NIFICANTLY TO THEIR 'OVERALL MORALE, PERSONAL COMFORT, HAND, HEALTH. LT G. M. IMAMURA CDR S. F. JOHNSON LT M K JENSEN DENTAL OFF.lCER I W I I II I II 2 l . I I I I JI It Q., Ill: 5' I ' it I 4- I j Q A I 5351 I -I I I ' I "QI ' IL 2I4fDENTAL DTC T. W. MCELHENIE DTI R, G, CHEVALIER 1 DT2 F. C. AQUINO DT2 C. A. WILSON DT2 A- G. LUCAS 1 -- .: 1. ......- .1 ,gi .....E- 17 '1' I I i Y 15 'x U 5 I I X - I I DT3 R. G. SPEER . 'DN s. A. Mowkv DN J. IQMBROUGH 2 1 , I . Y DN RfLlNDSEY W DN L. PULES ' DN J. PRINGLE 2l6f V .1 Y T 1 f ' N , r ,V l 1 WW' Wg' M, A ,, "" -' f ENGINEERING Enterprise, a ghost ship - sitting quietly in the darkness and moored to the pier. Without the steam that drives her four massive engines and her eight turbine-generators, without 'the auxiliary equipment that provides numerous essential services, and without the well-trained and highly skilled men - more than 500 engineers in all - who keep her running in top shape, she would be but a lifeless hulk of steel at the mercy of the tides and wind. The Enterprise power and light company, Engineering Depart- ment, whose motto is "machina bena constituta" and- whose mission is making the "Big E" work, is actually four divisions. Machinery CMJ, Electrical CED, Auxiliary CAD and Damage Con- trol CRJ Divisions all work together as a team to accomplish this task. Their story: Thousands of repairs accomplished, tens of 'thou- sands of miles traveled, hundreds of thousands of telephone calls processed, millions of gallons of water distilled, and billions of kilowatt-hours of electricity generated, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, from the island to the pump rooms, from the bow to the stern, the men of engineering are on watch and working. - M-Division with its Machinist's Mates and Boiler Technicians operate and maintain propulsion equipment, evaporators, and the turbines that provide everything from electricity to high pressure feed water. They work in the "mains" and "arms", where high heat and humidity are a fact of life, yet they always achieve whatever is required. , E Division is comprised of Electrician s Mates who distribute power throughout the ship maintain lighting systems repair elevators motors and galley equipment and of the Interior Com- munications Electricians who maintain the ship s telephone sys- tem, gyrocompasses, main communication circuits, sound- powered phones, engine and steering control networks, and the various alarms and indicators required to operate the ship. A-Division repairs and operates all of the ship's auxiliary equipment. The A-Division team is made up of Machinist's Mates, Machinery Repairmen and Enginemen. They supply steam to the catapults, hydralic power for steering and elevator equipment, and they insure that the winches, air conditioning plants, emergency diesel generators, fire pumps, shipls boats, air compressors, and liquid oxygen and nitrogen plants operate safely and efficiently. The men of the Machine Shop manufacture, rebuild, and repair needed parts for.the ship, the air wing and the entire- battle group. Damage Control and Repair Divisions have been merged into Engineering from their previous departmental status. Although itls Hull Maintenance Technicians are renowed primarily for their excellent emergency response team, the "Flying Squad", R- Division actually has two other major functions: they are the shipls experts in repair, welding, brazing, and non-destructive testing analysis and they are responsible for the training of the entire crew in techniques for damage control, which enables the ship to keep fighting in all environments. 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KREIFELDT I I EN3 A. P. ROBINSON ENGINEERINGXZ33 ENFN G. T. BLACKMAN ENFN D. A. LIKENS MMFA J. W. DANDOIS EN3 J. E. THOM MMFN B. D. BRATCHER , MMFN D. A. DILL ENFN R. A. MARTIN ENFN T. S. ORE FA W. F. EATON FA M. A. OOWEN MR3 T. L. LAHRMAN JR. 1 AW- - - A' - MM3 C. A. ROMINGER MM3 P. O. ROSENTHAL EN3 A. P, RUELAS MM3 J. EL VIVONI FN J. B. GREEN FN M. D. ROBERTS FA R. A. LAFOREST MMFN R, S. DE VAUL MR3 T. E. WILLIAMS MM3 A. B. WOLFE ENFN D. D. HIGHTOWER MMFN S. A. JOHNSTON MMFN K. D.SHlPP FA G. E. MCCROSKEY FA B. R. BARKLEY MMFA J. S. NEWSHAM FA M. T. KIRBY FA J. A. STRUNC MM3 C. E. SANDE EN3 D. M. BEASLEY ENFN C. KLEINDL FA T. BUONO FA M. K. SHINKLE ' 1- ::.: . E 'ZR ff ' MN' -MA H ENGINEERINGf235 e '1 1l DIESELS W II , 4 , i J CA'l3APUL'l'S IIYIDBAULICS Al1z,f02N2 STEAM HEAT LAUNDRY 236fENGINEERING 66 99 ACM! r A F N LTJG T. DENNISON LT S. SIGLER LT L4 SIMMEI-INK SANTI AGO HTC J. STARKEY DAMAGE CONTROL f REPAIR DIVISION HULL TECHNICIANS H HTI M. LITTLE HTI R, MOORE HTl H. MORRIS E w 11' 1' . 1 1 1 1 1 HT2 M. BELKE HT2 D, BROOKS HT2 C. CUMMINGS HT2 B. EDWARDS HT2 J. FARRELL HT2 M- JIMENEZ HT2 B. LINNELL HT2 E. LOGAN fm. HT2 J- LOPEZ HT2 D. MANTHEI HT2 D. SEARLES HT2 C- VIREU- HT2 K. WARD HT2 D. WILSON HT3 P. ANTONIOU HT3 R. BELL HT3 W. BREEDON HT3 S. BROWN ' 11 ...k A 1 1 11 1. 1. 13 .I , 1. 41 'I 1 :Enix 1 1 1 11 1 11 4 511 1 , 15 15 ,Y 11 1 11 ,1 ' 1 1 l 1 .1 1 1. f .1 I 11 1 1' 1' 1 111 I 11 I 1 1 .1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 ' 11 1 ' 1 1 1 111 1 1 1 1 1 1 . l lj HT2 QKETCHAM HT2J.KRAc:HT 1 11 " 1 1 . Q1 i1 1 V 1 11 1 -1 1 1 1 1: 1 , V . 5.1 1 11 1 f 1 'z '1 11 X 1 1 1 1 11 1 2,1 11 5 1. I ' , . f, 1 1 1 11. 11, 11 7' .1 , 211 238fENGINEERING . 1. 11 11 . 1 111 Y ' HT3 D. FRY HT3 R. GALOWSKI HT3 J. GORALSKI HT3 A. GRAY HT3 F. HARTWELL HT3 S. HELLER HT3 P. MCEVOY HT3 P. MACONAGHY HT3 T. MARTINEZ HT3 A. SIMMONS HT3 H. THORSEN FN J. ANDERSON HTFN R. ANGULO HTFN J- BAILEY HTFN R. BLANKENSHIP HTFN M. BROADUS HTFN R. HUESBY HTFN P. CALLAHAN HTFN .l. KIRBY HTFN M. MORGAN HTFN J. MOSLEY HTFN D. MUENCHEBERG SN P. ROBERTS FN J. SMITH MMFN R. STONE HTFN C. SWARENS ENGINEERINGXZ39 HTFN D. NEWMAN HTFN W. PAGE I I I :1 I v I I I II I L I ' 4 I I I DCf R DIVISION WORK CENTERS CARPENTER f LOCKSMITH SHOP SHIPFITTER SHOP PIPEX HEAD HAB SHOP NUC WELDXNDT LAB DCPO SHOP CHEMICAL WARFARE SHOP LIGHT WATER SHOP 1 A HTFN O. VIGO HTFN D .WHITE HTFN S. ZIMMERMAN HTFA C I I HTFA R. GASS HTFA D . HURD HTFA M. LESTER HTFA G. POWDRILL FA R. SANTOS HTFA S. SHAW FN M. HARM 240fENGINEERlNG ON FR D. ASHTON FR R. CROOPE FR A. CUMMINGS HTFR J. GOODWIN FR R. FOHN HTFR J, TUDOR HTFR D. WILSON . BIEREMA HTFA D. BLACKMON SA D. BRAZZ u w. H ' N 3 ,, f ,x , w W M Si? P 1 L if if Xt E EC TI DEPART tl LT. w.D. KING . Executive Department provides diverse support services to the command and crew. The Administration Office works directly for the executive officer and manages the administratives func- tions for the ship. The Counseling and Assistance Center QCAACJ provides ex- cellent counseling for personal problems, substance abuse and conducts group counseling. ' ' The Captain's Office provides direct support to the command- ing officer, handles all official correspondence and maintains officer service records. The Legal Office gives legal assistance and processes legal forms and disciplinary cases. The Print Shop prepares all printed material originated on- board. The Personnel Office maintains more than 2,500 enlisted ser- vice records and provides services such as I.D. card issuing, 242fEXECUTIVE DEERS enrollment and reenlistmentfseparation paper work. The Chaplain,s Office conducts divine worship services and maintains the ship's chapel and library. . The Public Affairs Office QPAOJ provides news releases, pub- lishes the ship's daily newspaper 'and monthly magazine. In the same the 'division as PAO, is KENT-TV, the ship's television and radio station. KENT-TV operates 24-hour-a day television and radio. PAO also coordinates VIP visits, answers public corespon- dence and handles all media and public relations activities. The Master-At-Arms Force is the ship's police force. They enforce Navy and ENTERPRISE regulations. The Brig Staff- part of the Master-At-Arms Force - maintains and supervise the shipis brig facility and prisoners. And the Post Office, the biggest morale factor of them all, keeps us in touch with our loved ones. YNCS CSWJ C. DURHAM YNSN S. RUSINKO -' J 4- 2126 I it ff,Qgv:" V52 EXECUTIVEf2-43 T f CAPTAINS OF ICE ENS DON HOYT YN1 ANTHONY J. A YN3 KEITH YN3 RONALD T. YN3 ROBERT D. YNSN JESUS SALINAS ARELLANO CHAPPELL FREEMAN STROMMEL ' 244fEXECUTIVE 5 I F I i -T.,-,,1T,,-,,....,, l ,..,.. ' -'SFT' ,iii PDST OFFICE PCI P. E. ALBRITTON PCI D. DUKE PC2 C. LEININGER PC3 J. HOFFMAN PC3 T. SLAUGHTERBACK SN T. CLARK SN M. JONES SN D, Rex SR w, SHAW PCSA J. HODGES PCSA R- NEATHAMER AA A- SANDEFUR ,W 4-V W. 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T T T T TT TT! IL TT T T T T. T T Tl T in T . T TT 'T T TT TI TI TT T' TT TT Ti I T T T T T T 'T T IITT ,T T T T T TT T . -T T T: E1 I Tl T , TT 2 TT . E 246fEXECUTIVE .V.i. . ,2, T-N ' 4' f A T ' 1igL....-1T -L- . -. - Y. .. 4' EXECUTIVEXZ47 J .JJ :J. ,J 1 J v J i. 1. J-, J JJJ :JJ 'I PAO JJ J JJ J ENS C. C. MEUER JOC M. D. MCGOUGAN JOI J. A. JACKSON JO2 B. A. BONNER JO3 S. T, MOOS J. ' LTJG J, R. FALLIN, JR. J J J J J J 1 J J J J J J J J JJJ J Jf J JJ J 1 . JJ " J QII J JOSN C. R. ACHER AN C. P. McARDLE I J K J J ' J JJ IJ J JJ J, J J' J i . J . . If J JJ J J 1 .JJ J J JJ J J J' J J J, JJ .JJ JJ SJ J J JJ JJ J J 1 J W . J J4 JJ J J' ' J. JI J J .1 . JJ m J. JJJ J J JJ J .JJ JJ J JJ JJ N. 3 J J J -J . J JJ J J 248fEXECUTIVE . . .I J JJ, . ' J JJ YT-:E Shlpboard Journalists ,,..., iflqx' . "we do MS xml ' 'it au" ' ' ...-..-.M ,. L! JJ Q4f:?J Ei J 9' J J J J J F' f f IKV - J --1 - Y J f' My W A -+4 CHAPLAINS CDR F, J. KELLEY LCDR J. A. THOMAS LTJG R. N. TYLER RPI D. M. HOLDEN RP2 J. V. HOFFMARK RP3 J. BEACHLEY RP3 T. D. TAYLOR E EXECUTIVEXZ49 . 1. 11,511+ Tv '.' ' P I S OP 1-'CJ-T' Lll L. AVERETT Lll D. J. BESLER LI3 E. J. RICHTER L13 L. L. PHILLIPS SN C. W. SHARP VANWARREBEY SN E. S. NELSON ' nm, ... -ww' ' SN D. L. HAYS im SN W C l-ITCH 250fEXECUTIVE LLBHW A . 3 S A ' Q OAAC A ' 3 mpg. g O I -5-xg 1 'Fx i AGE CONTROL SHOP EXECUTIVEf25I I x I 5 l I 1 5 5 I! I, I 1 K 1 I I I E i i M I i E1 . V- Y! E V LEGAL LCDR T. TIELENS ENS E. MEYER LNC E- KIMMEL I I Q N' 6 , X, xx if SJ A LNI R. CHRISTOPH SR F. KELLER .:. 43315 ,QU -ii ' . , .- S 252fEXECUTIVE i- I I BMG MAC W. JORDAN MAC D. TUCKER MAI L. LANE ABHI T. MCKEAN MA1 A MEDINA M52 W ABHZ K C ' ' A . OLLINS ARCHAMBAULT OS2 A. CRAFT A02 A. DEAN ABH2 E. DEOCAMPO AMH2 A. LEMON AT2 A. PELINA MS3 D. ARNOLD IC3 R BIRD MS3 N. BROWN DS3 J. COLLINS AD3 R. FINGER MM3 B. JACKSON EXECUTI VEXZ53 dl i i5'II'I5C Inhfrixfki l-if nunnmmq , I I MAC J. VELEZ MAI L. JONES AQI D. MORRISON AMSI M. SMITH ADI J, VELE ABE2 S. CAMPOS MM2 C. CARNRIGHT HT2 B. ESCANO- AMH2 R. FERGUSON AMS2 R. HARRIS ET2 T. HOLMAN MA2 V. HUGHES BM2 R. LEE MM2 R. LEE ' AC2 D. MCCHESTER AD2 J. WAGNER AD2 K. WILLIAMS AD3 B. ADAMS I I I I AMS3 R. COLLINS A03 L. COLYER SI-I3 G. EDGMON EM3 W. GARLAND A03 S. JONES A03 F. MASSAGES AT3 R. MILLARD AO3 G. LORD HMS3 R. REID MM3 P. ROSENTHAL RM3 K. ROSE IC3 S. RUMMAGE I I AD3 M. TITUS ET3 M. WILSON MMFN W, WATT AA R. MCCORMICK MASTER-AT-ARMS LCDR MICHAEL J. BENCY REPAIR OFFICER I E N DEP RT THE MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT IS A CONCEPT UNIQUE TO ENTERPRISE. IT IS MADE UP OF FOUR DISTINCT PARTS - REPAIR OFFICER, MAINTENANCE CONTROL CENTER CMCCJ, LOGISTIC SUPPORT CENTER CLSCJ, AND 3-M. THE DEPARTMENT IS HEADED BY LCDR MICHAEL J. BENCY WHO IS ALSO THE SHIP'S REPAIR OFFICER. THE MAINTENANCE CONTROL CEN- AVCS J. J. DIAZ SMCS C. H. SHEFFIEI D TER QMCCJ WAS INITIATED TO PROVIDE A MEANS OF COORDINATING THE VAST AMOUNT OF UNSCHEDULED MAINTEN- ANCE THAT IS NEEDED ON BOARD EN- TERPRISE. THIS CONCEPT IS UNIQUE TO ENTERPRISE AND ENDEAVORS TO EXPE- DITE THE MATERIAL AND MAINTEN- ANCE EFFORTS DIRECTED AT HABIT- ABILITY, INTERNAL COMMUNICA- TIONS, ELECTRICAL POWER SYSTEMS, ALONG WITH GALLEY AND LAUNDRY FACILITIES. MCC HAS DIRECTION OVER I8 DIVERSE WORK CENTERS FROM 3 DI- VISIONS. MCC IS HEADED BY AVCM DIAZ AND MANNED BY I0 TAD PERSONNEL. THE 3-M BRANCH OF MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT IS HEADED BY SMCS QSWJ SHEFFIELD WHO IS THE SHIPS 3-M COOR- DINATOR, AND ENI FLANERY AS THE ASSISTANT COORDINATOR. 3-M IS RESPONSIBLE FOR 168 WORK CENTERS ON BOARD ENTERPRISE WITH MOST OF THEIR TIME DEDICATED TO IN- SPECTING AT LEAST 4 WORK CENTERS TO ENSURE THE WORK CENTERS ARE ADMINISTRATIVELY CORRECT IN THEIR PMS DOCUMENTATION. MMI A. M. BIO ENI R. W. FLANERY MA INTENANCEf255 Ah -----1-, . - ,.. f---l......, LT W. J. BETTYAS LSC DIVISION OFFICER 4 I I ! I EMC A. M. HERRERO DSI R. C, LIWANAG THE LOGISTIC SUPPORT CENTER CLSCJ OF THE MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT WAS IMPLE- MENTED ON 16 JANUARY 1986 AND IS TAI- LORED TO SUPPORT MAINTENANCE TECHNI- CIANS BY LINKING MAINTENANCE AND SUP- PLY EFFORTS. LSC EMBODIES A ONE-STOP CON- CEPT FOR MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR PARTS SUPPORT. LSC MAINTAINS A TECHNICAL LI- BRARY OF OVER 10,000 TECHNICAL MANUALS AND' 7000-APERTURE CARDS. THE LSC IS HEAD- , ' ED BY LT WILLIAM J. BETTYAS AND IS MANNED BY TAD PERSONNEL FROM VARIOUS DEPART- I MENTS THROUGHOUT THE SHIP. MMI R. C. REYES ' ETI R. S. GLEN SRI R. R. RITURBAN EMI A. O. CRUZ IC2 T. E. DODD ABE2 J. D. AO2 T. R. MICHEL SMALLWOOD FC2 M. W. BRODOCK sm K. G. WOODALL 256fMA INTENA NCE HT2 J. ARELLANO MM3 W. C, EVANS BM3 H. E. LEE SKSN E. A. FREY 1-D na lhrlvll-K-1 '7 .,. 4 'xv Q gf 1? xiii? - - -'-.ff , , . .4 W I , , . ,ky Lx 5,1-3 -..A ,fgwy . 7344, : ,,J1,, w..'4 ,' 1 .I . .X 1, 1' .v ,f " "7 5 1 A 3,5511 ,f .. ?i 5:3 'im W . AQSWAQ . - ' .MXN 43" -Qfg:.WSxv2::vf" , fxsgvysuk 'YE Q ,ffW??"'mLVY N K- M3215 x I , ,c,m'fQ'fW Mn 4553 ' . ,QQGGQSS 3591: iifizlia l Kiki. ,f-frfm ffm, W x-2:6 V 'WMV' V -. 'iff fi 3 Q 5'tIi1'1Q: Ng' aim . fpi!:I:,i,: f . , -, Ms fmtxtgl- "WX "W - asm H.. -. ap. -. .M in , .,x Asazggfqf- ' 'ng !,f,,f37 wif! " gf 0x 91:9 5 f wg, 4 Q. Q ' MIME. F3 5 sv W . 355 'S' A Ai? iii, il 1 ,. T y M 1 3' 13' 54 . .lh ggggxf ff' A -eq van 3, :aaa fl ,W 'Tx A 'R fi 5,3 1 4 1 , cpl M. D. BLAIR Col A- 0- BROWN .l. 1 GySgt. R. A. COLLINS SSRI L- P- FP-IAS cpl D. K. CROWDER A MAR D T Sgt J. H. CABELL Sgt K. R. SHERRILL sgl R. DZIEWIT ' . Sgl K- F- FEAR cpl N. J. FRIELER cpl G. T. GOZALO Qzuzznmm up I 9 I if alan 7' -0 kg R 'Wk 7 Cpl s. w. KASPER cpl c. D. MINTON Cpl w. A. MCCLELLAN cpl D. J. PEARSON CPI K- F- RIGSBY CPI K- J- THOMAS i The Marine Detachment is a small, independent command aboard the ENTERPRISE composed of 2 Officers and 70 Enlist- ed. The Primary mission of the Marine Detachment is to provide Special Weapons Security. Additional missions include internal f external security of the ship, Money Guards, Flag and Com- manding Officer Orderlies as well as Honors and Ceremonies. As an independent command, the Marine Detachment is oper- ationally responsible to the Commanding Officer of the ENTER- PRISE. Administratively the Detachment falls under the com- mands of Fleet Marine Force fPacificJ and Headquarters Marine Corps To accomplish its mlsslon the Detachment IS task orga nlzed into a Headquarters Platoon and a Guard Platoon The Guard Platoon composes the majority of the MHTIHCS aboard MHTIHCS assigned to the Guard are highly tralned and d1SClpllH6d ln all security matters to include rifle and plstol marksmanshlp use of deadly force antl terrorist security rlot and crowd control and pertinent General and Guard Orders These Marlnes are tralned to respond to any emergency that requires the capabllltles of a combat tralned Marine be It a 258fMA R DET Security Alarm in a Weapons Magazine, Mass Casualties on the Flight Deck or Repelling Unauthorized Boarders. - The Headquarters Platoon is responsible for handling all ad- ministrative functions required by an independent command to include: Files, Publications and Directives, Service Record Books, and the Computerized Unit Diary which monitors Promo- tions, Personnel Orders and all other aspects of Administration. The Headquarters element also includes the Damage Control NCO and Supply NCO. I - Marines assigned to Sea Duty are selected from the top of their class at elther Recruit Tralnlng or Infantry Tralnlng School The Marlnes of the Detachment serve their 2 year tour with Superior DCGICHIIOH and Professionalism which has been the trademark of Sea Duty MHFIHCS for over 210 years I should not deem a man of war complete without a body of Marlnes imbued with that esprlt that has so long character lZCd the old Corps Commodore Joshua R SANDS USN 1852 n 1 u I n u u u G Q ' . 1 9 - a ' ' ' I - ' v a a -W .. , .. L Y. ,., V- W VVV, W W H ...W A- r 1 -' -s 1267"-I Q::u, -'Qp 'H-'-',.,a . . , f m -img S 1 6 3 331 V 7 gs f f gg 0 11111111 E 1 RUJ 51 AN i ly? AJ J A J J I 67 Ji' 7 Miha wllid' lo m We MW ,f V 5 051+ . aw QL WJ W ,mi v l 1 550. W LCpl D. M. HAIR N LCpl J. H. CHIPMAN LCpI S. A. ESHLEMAN LCpl D. R. GREGG LCpl S. P. JORDAN LCpI J. L. BOCHE LCpl J. V. CASTRO LCP1 L. J. EBERT LCpl M. L. EDDY I f , f l .ff . ' fb. X . f"""' 'L LCpl w. P. LCP' P' FLOOD GALLAGHER LCpl C. M. GOINS LCpl S. J. HOOVER LCpl D. JOSEPH LCpl S. E. KARCHER LCpl D. A. KINGSBURY l.Cpl P. G. KINNEY LCpl E. R. KNAAK PFC R. L. MAJ-ONE 4 . 4 . I M ,V .I I . I Z II I MI II MM I if I. IMI 11 M! ME I I ' M I I I MM I If gl MI II I V MI I I I I MJ I III IMI A IM .M II MM I I My I 'M Ii ' I I I MM V' I 5 T LCpl C. M. MARTIN Lcpl G. A. MARTINEZ Cpl MATTHEWS LCpI G. J. MCCLAIN LCpl T. B. MCGHIE I 'M Lf RRRR I . I 'I I . MM ' I U M M M - N1 I M . M I . I I M FI I LCpI A. R. MCKEE cpl MICHAEL Lcpl J. M. MORACE cpl J. R. PAYTON LCpI R. A. PERRY LCPI N. J, PROVOST LCp1 J. S, QUICK I M M I I I I 5 I? : I I I I1 . I MI . - . MI W il M II I I M. MM M II . MI I . .I I .I I MI 95 1? ! I LQPI A. T, ROACH LcpI R. E. ROMERO LQPI Q, A, SAMBORSKI LCpI L. I. SAMUEL LCpI M. F. SCHUBERT LCpl A. B. SIMON LCP! SM G- SMI'-EY . I3 1 .260fMARDET -. 1 1 ' 1 . V' . W . ,.. LCpl A. A. STOKES LCpl K. O. THOMAS LCpl D. W. ULERY Q - X Q.. 5 .. , 'EP' -A-. f,f!,.352' I Y i f Jlliijggqg A: IQ Q S' if' f 1.15.4- LX2 A A fggfcag- ,k .arf-ff vw A ??Ii:f' 1 N A ' f -eq fs Lcpl J. H. VEREEN LCpl A. H. WATAI LCVf','Ec3+gMRD X - 1 3949 . 1 LCpl J. L. WESTON LCpl. J. D. WHITING LCpl J. S. WILGREN LCpl J. J. GREGOR LCpl S. L. HARDING LCpl B. NIETO . -Q ZX LCpl G. T. LCpl D. L. MCGEHEE LCPJ R. E. POTTER RICHARDSON N LCpl J. A. FARLEY LCpl K. A. GAULT LCpl M. D. KEIL LCpl R. C. WYATT ma, ,. ' ' V. . - ' 5' 5.55, . ' 2 , A ,QI A I-.5 12:52. .13 ...I QA . MARDETf26I The shipis Medical Department is a spe- cialized team of highly trained professionals who stand ready to serve at all times. The team consists of a senior medical officer fspe- cializing in aerospace medicinej, a general surgeon, two flight surgeons, a general medi- cal officer, a nurse anesthetist, a physician's assistant, a medical administrative officer, a leading chief petty officer and the best hospi- tal corpsmen in the Navy. Enterprise maintains facilities equal to a small care hospital to care for the needs of all embarked personnel and to support the entire battle group with consultative services. The emergency X treatment room is prepared to re- spond anywhere on the ship on a 24-hour basis. The medical complex also consists of a 72-bed ward, a two-bed fully equipped inten- sive care unit, modern operating room with state-of-the-art anesthesia equipment, a la- bratory, X-ray room, pharmacy, physical therapy room and facilities to perform a host of different types of physical examinations. Augmenting the central facility are a total of seven battle dressing stations which are locat- ed throughout the ship. In case of either large-scale wartime injur- ies or a mass casualty situation, every man onboard ENTERPRISE becomes an exten- sion ofthe Medical Department through the use of skills developed during intensive train- ing programs taught by members of the medi- cal team. These endless hours of training serve to provide all crewmen with the confi- dence that we are ready in peacetime and in battle. I CDR T. G. ANDERSON LCDR J. W. HYDER LT M. L, ATCHISON A 4 l . l LT J. E. sfxsfxm LT N, Pi NEWMAN LTJG J. B. CANBY Cwo4 P. M. SAINE I i 'A i T W 'D r' ' , i-'T Hill 1s"' ' V ge , ,, Y- I ' r --4 ---f-,- --'v f -Q w . . . ,, .ji I " .3 .,.,l,.,2,f,,i.. ...., , Q 'r ' - , 1 ' ' 1 ' I ' lj 1 R " 'S . Lili., , V 33- 1: -"- , " L" ' i J i V 'I rl' U- ,Q 'v ' Ii. ii .' A--,' '- 'f N--,f 'Ig Q ' --.gf -,.,,.-,...p:.f ifr- ,, . '. , " 1.. :,'ft -. 1 . 1 i .- 'r- ' gg, fl . . I L ,f "'s...,-.1 ,,, r ' ..., ,X ,y --t ,...-..-. V h 1-"1 ' ff .1 "' kr", "'.,'-"-"vm,-f'-,-52 -92' Maj- x. . 1. ff ' 'V' ' , ...,- Q ,-., V - tix'-f 1.4 'Tx-T"'N. ',--71-2--. ' . 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I FROM THE ,QUARTERMASTER OF THE WATCH, WHO MAINTAIN'S THE -SHIP'S DECK LOG, TO THE ELITE GROUP OF MAS- TER I HELMSMAN, EACH MAN CONTRI- BUTES TO THE TASK OF GUIDING THE 'fCARRIER WITH CLASS," AROUND THE OCEANS OF THE WORLD. WHETHERRELY- ING ON SATELLITES AND STARS, OR USING LIGHTS AND BEACONS, THE EVERVIGI- LANT QUARTERMASTERS ARE ON WATCH, ENSURING THE BIG 'E'S SAFETY. I , ' 5 I THROUGHOUT THE CENTURIES, MANY HAVE LAID CLAIM, BUT WE ALL- KNOW -THE QUARTERMASTERS ARE KING INEP+ TUNE'S CHOSEN. If-PW ' Sd N N f'O "' CDR R. D. VAUGHT QMC R. L. ROHR QMI A. A. CHURCHWELL QMI G. C. ERICKSON Q J M GE SONDE QMZG W J COBS QM2 M H LLOYD Q G ROJA G99 Q EN 29 M Q 0 Q K A999 ev QNX ,J K 1 wt 55 abc. ' wmmlwff f ,JJ NA VIGA TIONf267 Z QM2 R. D. MAIN QM2 J. P. BLACK x QM2 J. E. BROWNING QM3 L. W. BARTON . . Q. QM3 W. H, BRINSON l QM3 K. W. SILVIA K QM3 R. J. SOUTHWICK "6i"r,,,,.,, Q Ng X iw en , Q . of 0 . ' 'D Q QQ- O f G H lax N111 ,T 6 . 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V. !,.., . Xf- . .- -Q .vom 1 I-nnnl1'l"l W :T ,- , " .-., 5. QAM 5 mb. x Q. - . my THE COMBAT DIRECTION CENTER CCDCJ IS EOUIPPED WITH A VARIETY OF AIR AND SURFACE SEARCH RADARS, MODERN COMMUNICATIONS FACILITIES AND SOPHISTICATED ELEC- TRONIC AND ANTI-SUBMARINE WARFARE EQUIPMENT. THEIR PRIMARY MISSION IS TO COMPILE AND ANALYZE TACTICAL DATA PERTAINING TO THE SHIP, BATTLE GROUP AND SUR- ROUNDING ENVIRONMENT, DISSEMINATE THE INFORMATION TO THE UNITS CONCERNED AND CONDUCT THE SELF-DEFENSE OF THE SHIP. I I . I CDR. T. W. WHITE 'I I I ' I I LCDR- R. D, ABEL LCDR. Z. D. GARVER OSCM E. T. WRIGHT I I LCDR, D. w, STEVENS 'LT, J. T. Poscu LT. A. B. PRICE: I 27ZfOPERA TIONS I I I ""' 'I""il n , ,'- "' -fYY .-.YVLT , 2 I I I , . ' , ' 3 . 1: ,- ' - ' -,Q --Sgr'j1: 'iff2,W?z' I I D s 44: " 4 , , 4 i I 1 i 1 I 1 I 1 3 1 5 I 4 3 N l 1 i xi 51 i, 1. l S5252-5 i V f 1.i' f . , :Q '.', i,qf '51"i2f7 f ,XN QA ff ' , - Q 3 Xu fl EAP 1 I 1 N 1 OI N OSSA J, M, OT-rEN OSSA B. QUINNIE OSSA S. C. WALKER OSSA G. D. BASSETT 5 L - L . . L 1 ossA D. J. JOHNSON ossA B. BOHAG ossA P. K. BOYED OSSA M- J- CRUMP , 055A R- DOWNS JR- L ossp. B. N. MCCUBBINS 2 76fOPERA TIONS OSSA A. T. MEMS L ossA D. c. MILLER 4' OSSA M. A. SMITH OSSA K. A. TANNER OSSR J. W. SCHELL V, 0 - '-- ' ' . ' ' ' ' V" l " ' ' ' ' ' V ." 'vw' W ' ' W fm- 3 Z I 2 i Y, 1 l u 1 1 4 ' 1 i i 1 f 1 I z .Vg fp, QHQX ., A . ., gli THE CARRIER INTELLIGENCE CENTER QCVICJ IS RESPON- Q Z MENTS TO PUBLIC RELATIONS FUNCTIONS. I CDR. G. M. WEBORG LCDR. R. B. MACDOUGALL LCDR. T. G. SEIGEL LT. S. L. LARKIN ENS. J. J. SI-IEA ISC J. E. SHOBERG ISI M. N. FARRALES JSI M-1 FERRARI ISI H. S. HENDERSON ISI v. N. voor ISZ M. D. GRISSOM IS2 J. C. MAXON Isz T. J. MESSER IS2 J. w. MEYERS yN3 C' A. CRAGO IS3 M. W. LAPORTE IS3 D, L, LARSON IS3 J. K. STEWART DPSN D. K. BUSSELL SIBLE FOR THE ACQUISITION AND PROCESSING OF ALL INTELLIGENCE DATA, CRYPTOLOGICAL MATERIAL AND ALL SHIP'S PHOTOGRAPHY FROM TACTICAL REQUIRE- 1 LT. J. M. SHEPPARD ENS. R. K. MYERS ISI G. L. KWASNEY DPI K. V. MCLEAN YN2 R. A. STEELE DM2 K- B- VAUGHN ISSN J. P. CONWAY ISSN P. J. HAWKINS I I E I I Q I ISSN J. D. KILGORE ISSN R. M. SEKACH ISSA B. E. COOK DPSA D. L. WARD ISSA D. E. WELLS ISSR K. M. DAVIS OPERA TIONSXZ 79 f-ff I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I , I I 1. I A, I . I I I I I I I I I III, I EI-e .1 ' CWO2 J. M. DALE JR. PH2 D. S. YOUNG PH3 J. ALLEN PH3 R. F. HELM L PH3 D. w. JACKSON L PH3 M. D. MUNSELL PHC A. D. MORRIS PHI R. C. BENNETT PHI R. A. MERCKX S "U ' - 1 - - vi -1. txv, Q,-xv: - 1 3-,gf -:--,,g,.,,.i:-E1,:A PH2 S. J. COLAGIOVANNI PH3 D. D. SRDOC PHAN F. M. CHARON PHAN G. E. GOODS PHAN D- M' RANNEY PHAN T. B- TEAS OPERA TIONSXZSI THE AIR OPERATIONS CENTER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL FUNCTIONS, COORDINATING FLIGHT AND AIRBORNE TANKING OPER- ATIONS IN THE VICINITY OF THE SHIP AND ENSURING THAT TAKE- OFF AND LANDING OPERATIONS ARE PERFORMED SAFELY AND LT. F. ELIOT LT. J. O. MYERS ACC K. N. CATLIN ACC L. E. REBER ACC R. D. ' VANWINKLE ACI R. H. HALL EFFICIENTLY. I . CDR. B. W. STANTON ACI L. T. JOHNSON ACI D. D. NEWSTEAD A Y'-W 282f OPERA TI ONS CENTER r-fr-':14::f' -Z5 "K,-:EJ I STRIK PS STRIKE OPERATIONS IS RESPONSIBLE FOR OVERALL SCHEDUL- ING AND COORDINATION BETWEEN THE SHIP, AIRWING AND BAT- TLE GROUP FOR WEAPONS EMPLOYMENT, READINESSITRAINING AND PREPARING COMMAND OPREP-3 REPORTS AS REQUIRED. CDR. c. E. CARDEN LCDR. R. H. A ' LCDR. D. J. LT. A. L. HUERTH' AC3 L. w. STROMMEN HENDERSON RIPPIVNGER 3 '- - 1 I ri E. S I 3 I V 1 1 1 1 1 I I s. I tr FE LI .I I I l I 1 I ' 1 Ji 11 FI I I THE WEATHER OFFICER FUNCTIONS AS THE BATTLE GROUP'S WEATHER MAN USING METEOROLOGICAL DATA FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES TO PREDICT WIND PATTERNS AND TO ASSESS THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ON VARIOUS SENSORS AND WEAPONS SYSTEMS. N LCDR. W. T. ALDINGER AGCS R. P. AGC R. A. WARD -ir I TOKRYMON AGI D, L, BANKS A51 G4 L. WATRY AG2 w. A. BATTY AG2 M. HARVEY AG2 E. JONES AG3 M- A- BURTON A03 T- W- DIEKMANN I AGAN M- F- AGAN w L WISEMAN AGAA M. J. BRILLA AG3 B. v. HEHIR ROBINSON - . AGAA R. J, PLOURDE AGAR D. E. AGAN T. D. SIBLEY WOODRUFF OPERA TIONSXZ85 LT C K SHULTZ ENS K R ELMORE CWOZC G GOWER COMBAT SYSTEMS OFFICE THE COMBAT SYSTEMS OFFICE IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OF SHIPBOARD RADAR, WEAPONS SYSTEMS, COMMUNICATIONS SYS- TEMS, NAVIGATIONAL EQUIPMENT, TACTICAL AND NONTACTICAL DATA SYS- TEMS, THE SHIPBOARD TRAINING AND ENTERTAINMENT TELEVISION SYSTEM, THE CLOSED CIRCUIT PILOT BRIEFING T. V. SYSTEM, TESTING AND CALIBRATION OF ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT AND MICROMINIATURE REPAIR AND SAFETY CHECKS ON ALL ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT. CSO PERSONNEL ALSO OPERATE THE SHIPS SELF DEFENSE WEAPONS SYSTEMS: NATO SEA SPARROW MISSLE SYSTEM AND VULCAN PHALANX CLOSE-IN WEAPONS SYSTEM CCIWSJ. A CW02 L. P. DUVAL ETCM D. M. JORDAN DSCS S. W. ELMAN FCCM S. LAYNE FCC K.,R. OLSEN 1 1 FCI R, EDWARDS FCI J. L. SINCLAIR FC2 C. BAGUIO FC2 M. W. BRODOCK 1 FC2 J. L. CAMPBELL FC2 3, H. CLARK FCgU'EgiNGHAM T T FC2 M-1 Fcz D. P. GARLAND DuRsTEw1Tz 286 f OPERA TI ONS ' F X I X Gy Q n uw ,WJ ,gl 2 6 1 x""' f LW S gs . is ET2 l.. O. YOUNG ET2 M,-1. YQUNG ET3 D. D. LOKKEN ET3 T. A. MIDDLETON ET3 G. R. COMSTOCK ET3 T. CHAMBERLAIN ' T" I ET3 L, W, DOBBS ET3 K. D. ENGELHOFF ET3 M. D. ANTON ET3 D. W. MAIRE I ET3 L. K. FIELDS ET3 B. S. GALLANT JR. ET3 T. J. MCCORMICK I ET3 L. K, WIENS IW ET3 D. R. GACKE ET3 W. J. BENEBERG ET3 W. J. BERGMAN ET3 B. S. COONS ET3 M. F. DOWNING ET3 T, JEFFREY ET3 C, A. MADDEN ET3 H. W. MAXWELL ET3 E. T. NEWBERRY ET3 S. M. SPAIN ET3 S. B. WALION ET3 D. w. WILBANKS ET3 B. s. GALLANT ETSN C. B. Luce OPERA TIONSf289 MTWTW + lung' lm- -7 S ETSN C. R. SCOTT JR. DSC A. T. LABUGUEN AXC G. H. LOVE DSC J. J. SEGIDA ETSA J. L. STEPHENS I I ETSR M. D. DAULAK ETSN J. W. RIDOUT DSC C. V. KASS DSI G. G. CLARK DSI F. M. FRANCO DSI R. HERNANDEZ AXI H. D. JERNIGAN DSI R. C. LIWANAG DSI R. B. MIDENCE DS2 T. W. BLACK DS2 P. M. COX 290f OPERA TI ONS DS2 S. D. PAVELEC DS2 M. A- REZABEK DS2 J. B. SPARKS DS2 E. C. WATSON , I DSI L. C. REYNOLDS D31 M, J, SEAMAN . I A I Y " q y v . .... D53 K, A, MARCIIAN IBS! K. D. SKIELTON DSSN M. P. ANDREWS ,W .L L ' ' 'X Q , if -, QW,..X,-f--'f+'f'f'f' - if -nn", s - V-Q 'l W W !!i'?'T"T' 41 REACTOR DEPARTMENT operates the "Largest Nuclear Reac- tor Complex in the Worldn. The key word here is 'QComplex'. EN- TERPRISE has eight pressurized water reactors supplying steam to the four main engines which produce more than 200,000 horsepower. We make the steam which is used to run the main engines, run the generators that supply all the electrical power for the ship, launch our aircraft, and to make and heat all the water we use every day. This one- of-a-kind design allows us to be where we're needed when we're needed making us "The most reliable ship in the Navyn. Only Nuclear Power made our high speed run around Africa on a moment's notice and subsequent rapid transit back home possible. Fossil fueled ships can do it, but not without a lot of pre-planning. Only the most competent personnel bear the title "Nuke,', and we are proud to be a part of the ENTERPRISE Team. , R ' Q 1-5,1 V' . 1 .,,V' -X ' ' 'efd ib Fm., UV is , , ,E xi .2 ,1,.,g:, ,QM V V :, ng , 4.4 " V' '-3. ' 'rf , ' V f P: V QFZV . ,,.V, Q "WV, I K ,1 l '5bgji1i'xf'Q,1, f V, ' VV'feifZfif:4az,ViQ5,'gg:-S ' I , ' ' 3: ,ff if-'V l'7Vii""A2Q4' We - L ff V 11. ' Q i ,, , -,i - .V V ., V, .N 1 .VII V .- -t ?- 7, 'V W. ,jg .W Y Q t V W I - ..., f :.":,'21.a:45.V --UV lv' '. V ,i ,isggiwgggfi X 5 ' Qsajg , .-V V ,,,i.VV V - :Vw 'hV...". -f ,. " ,' VV , .V,- '-qv:-VH if'5V. '-ti.,--V NV.. 'V Vg, W " 4-, ' 1.V'aV'f14i?4'i "' V7f - ',-f-"Y--.1" -V if 'Q ' ft 1190 45' 5 . . V , 4 1. --we VV sd- , ww - '3V.V 'X -V . 1 1- 'V,., - VM-'a -4:9- ,xf,V..' 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" fr.1iVmpif:"- 1- 'ff -VV e'f" " V W I 0 REACTDR 292 f REA C TOR RMA RCA CRA LCDRC B LUSSIER LCDR PM COMI LT R D SCHMIDT STATION OFFICER NOT PICTU RED LT K M ERNST REACTOR LT K J BARB ADMINISTRATION REACTOR ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION IS responslble for the non techmcal aspects of reactor department The yeomen fonly three IH an otherwlse all nuclear departmentj type and delrver lnstructlons route mcom 1ng messages muster the department and get the ma1l for everyone The Senlor Enhsted Advlsor coordmates act1v1t1es amongst the d1v1s1ons and other ENTERPRISE departments and IS the mformatlon l1nk between the Reactor OfflCCf and the enllsted personnel The Departmental Career Coun selor IS the senlor counselor for all s1x hundred nuclear tramed personnel On our paper the nuclear frres burn' l MMCS E F LEACH YNI G K MAHI YNZJ J RIOJAS YN3 I L MILLS NOT PICTURED EMC L W WARNER PROSPECTIVE RMA LCDR A G SEVALD YNSN B S DELONG RTA LT B T BUSH SENIOR ENLISTED ADVISOR ETCS L R COOK WUFFKE Cowen N-"""N oo C mow 'aww ' J gl? IT 'ff ga-ni AGAIN R EA CTORf293 REACTOR CONTROL DIVISION RC DIVISION consists of 150 men whose primary job is to maintain all of bug the Reactor Controls and Instrumen- ft ? tation equipment. All the men of RC 'V division are cians but We prefer the title of "Reactor Operatorn because that is what we do. We directly con- trol the reactors that make the steam that runs the ship and launches ET2 C. H. ANDERSON l ET2 J. W. BEALE ET2 K. R. BOMBARD ET2 D. D. CHERINGTON 294fREACTOR Electronics Techni- l the aircraft. LT J. C. CLEARY ETC M. E. FISCHER' , ETC D. P. HEACOX V ET3 R. B. ANDREWS ET3 D. M. AVIS ET2 D. W. ANDERSON ET3 T. BEARDSLEY ET2 D. J' BOORN ET2 C.C. ET3 J. W. BRINKMEYER BROWNFIELD ET2 T. J. CHRIST ET2 H. T. CLUNEY ET3 K. M. CORBIN ET3 T. BA K ET3 M. E, BECKER ET3 M. K. BECKWITH I ET! B. H. BELTZ w ET3 M, S, BUDZINSKI ET2 L. S. COSTER LTJG K. B. CUPP ETC. M. E. MESSER ' ET2 J. A. BARNES ET2 S. A. BENHAM ETI G. F. CAMPBELL ET2 B. CROZI ER l l ENS M. P. TENORIO ETC D. M. ROARK . ET1 J. H. ' BARROWMAN ET2 T. A. BLOMGREN . ET3 C. J. CARL ' ET 2 T.W. DAWSON ET3 M. A. DENTON ET3 P. s. DESMOND ET2 K. L, DIRCK ETI J. B. DUNN ET2 E. T. EOGETT ETI R. D. FETT ETI T. R. FISHER ETI T. M. FRAWLEY ET2 M. A. FRITZ ETI R, A. FRITZ ETZD S l1T3M D ET3 R P GASTON ET2 D F GIBBON GREENWOOD GROSECLOSE ETI R L HALLSTEAD ETI H M HASSELL ETZW M HETZEL ET3 R D HIGH ETZE G HILL ET2 R R HILL ETI C s HOOVER ET2 D L HOPPER ET2c. A HOWARD ET3 R A HOWARD ET' F E HUDSON ET2 K. B. FARLING ET3 M. E. GALBRAITH ET2 N HANSEN ET2 M P HIMES ET2 G E HULTS .Ir ET3 J. C. FAY ET2 C. D. GARCIA ET3S D HANSON ETI B A HINES ET3 L R .IOHSON ETZS JOHNSON FT2J B JOHNSON ET1 J L KEMPKA ET3 J w KEYS ET2 P R KOLLER ET3 K M KOSMATKA ET3 A J KNIGHT R EA CTORXZ95 T' 1 ET2 D- B- E s P LEONARD LAMBERMONT ET2 C. W. LANDES ETI R. R. LARSON TZ, . . rg. ' 7' '. ,1- , A V T . M .,.1..,,, ET2 M. A. MANN ETI R. A. MCCANN ET2 T. A. MILLS 9' !Hf5q- - I R .I . fm. . ET3 R. J. LORENZ J ETI M. W. MCCARTHY QETZT. H. MOE ETI T. A. MURR ET2 c. L. MYERS ET' S- C- , ET3 T. E. oDoMs ET3 S. M.oNE1LL NAPOLIT ANO ET2 R. PELLEGRINO ET3 G. J. PETRO ET! J. D. RAHN ET2 A. G. RAYMOND ET3 A. T. RAYMOND -4' ET3 R. L. ROBBINS ET2 K. ROD ETI L. J. ROECKNER ET2 L, F. SANDERS ET2 R. S. SANDIDGE 296fREACTOR ET2 O. L. LOURASH J ET3 D. H. MCKINNEY lll ' J ET3 T. C. MONAGHAN ET3 D. G. ORNEALLAS ET2 W. A. LUND ET3 M. W. MERG ET3 J. T. MOON ET2 D. T. O'ROlJRKE ET3 M. D. SHEETS ET3 D. A. SHooP ET2 J. P. SHOSTAK ET3 M. A. ET2 K. A. STEPHENS STONEBRAKER ET2 A. L. STONER ET3 G. VOLZ ET2 J. R. VOORHIES ET3 G. M. WEILAND ET2 J. B. WOODINGS ET3 K. K. YAMAMOTO ET3 T, A, YOUNG ET2 J. D. SLAGOWSKI ET2 J. A. STRONG ET2 J. T. WELCH ETI R. L. ZERANCE ET2 J. W. SMIDT ET2 J. A. SMITH ETI M, A, SMITH ET3 KEVAN ET2 C. C. TEETER ET2 R. J. ULMER ' ' BUEREN ET2 G. D. WILLIAMS ET2 P. B. WISEMAN ET2 J. L. WOMMACK NOT PICTURED: ET3 DUSSAULT ET2 S. JOHNSON ET3 RAVAN ENS YOUNG ET2 FINK ET3 KESSLER ETI RICHARDSON ETCS PHILLIPS ET3 BAYMAN ET2 BEANE ET3 BROOME ET3 CHRISTESEN ET2 CORMICAN ET2 DEGUELLE ETI HAGER ET3 HOEHN ET2 HOLMAN ET2 HOUSTON ET3 HULL ET3 JESTICE ET2 LEWIS ET2 MARTINEZ ET2 MAUK ET3 MULLER ET3 PIOTROWSKI ET2 POWELL ET3 SCHAFFER ET2 SINKKANEN ET2 SKINNER ET2 STUART ET2 SUHR ET3 WINGO REACTOR ELECTRICAL DIVISION REACTOR ELECTRICAL DIVISION consists of approximately 40 nuclear trained Electrician's Mates who stand watch over and maintain the electrical equip- ment and systems of the four nuclear propulsion plants aboard ENTERPRISE. This includes: - Generation, distribution, and control of electrical pow- er for Reactor Coolant Pumps. - All motors and motor controllers associated with pri- mary plant systems. - Control, indication, and alarm circuits. - Salinity indication and alarm systems for primary and secondary water systems. l i I I . , LT.IG P. A. K. AMALA EMC J. R. WHITSETT EMI R. N. EWELL EMI M. H. OHRSTROM REA CTORXZ97 l . EMI G. F. Wheeler EM2 G. W. Brazier EM2 M, A. Bryant EM2 B. G. Bonner EM2 G. A. Carlton EM2 D. W. Conklin EM2 M. E. Engel EM2 S. N. French EM2 D. B. Fulmcr EM2 C. T. Griffon EM2 J. D. Hanson I EM2 D. E. Doyle W rf c m W Q 9 . X , ..lr f . E Cl-3 I 'sur NE noni' uma mv MORE. A zo AMP FU Sevfi Gov A Pemm' 7 EW R- L- Kuhn EM2 J- A- Larson EM2 J- A. Loveland EM2 T. A. Mackey Em R. N. Marsh EM2 D' 1 Mmalall EW V- M- Mellado EM2 D. S. Raya Eiviz J. L. Rich EM2 R. A. Rivera EM2 K. D. Robinson EM2 M. L. Sehaaf ' i EM2 P- A- Smilh EM2 R. L. Snook EM2 M. S, Thompson EM2 R. w.Tn1i EM2 D. R. Vernier EM2 K. D. Willy K. EM3 M- L' Bowman EM3 R' AA Goodman EM3 M- J. Gyolui EM3 R. 0. Hnfnykc Elvis B. G. Marlin EM3 G. J. Millcnstcin 298fREACTOR EM3 R. Ayala Noi Pictured: EM2 R.T. Hickey EM2 R. J. Marlin EM2 J. N. Pearson EM2 D, C. Bohenkump EM3 S. E. Hayes EM3 M. V. Hcmsworlh EM3 G. K. Shivcr EM3 B. C. Slcphcns EMFN M. A. Fuller MM2 S A Blanco MM2 B W Bopprc MMFN T. H. Bowden MMI D- T- BFOWH MM3 R J Davis MM3 L A Dombach MM2 P. A. Eastin MMI R. W- Edwards Mm F 1 CMM MM2 R K Crubb MM2 B- R- HM REACTOR LABORATORY DIVISION consists of about 70 men who are the Water Chemistry and Radiological Controls professionals of the Navy. They ensure the safety of the crew and the public by the strict monitoring of Radiological Controls, and increase the useful life of our Reactor and Steam Plants by maintaining stringent chemistry controls of the system's fluids. l LTJG A, Eaker L-1-JG G p DH-mclcr MMC D L Watson MMI P. D. Aikcn MM3 J. C. Anders MM3 D. R. Anderson MM2 K. L. Barton MM2 C. B. Bass MM3 M R Faivus MM2 R C Follcnfant MMI K. B. Glidden MM2 E. L- Goodin l . MM3 K' B' Hoff MM2 C, R, Hoover MM2 J, D. Houston MM2 l.. R. Hovc REA CTORf299 MM3 L R Hovcsmdt MMQJ D Jgcksgn MMI A Johnson MM2 D R Johnson MMI M. Johnson MM2 N L Jordan MM2 D M Knueppcl MM2 M J Lawrence MM2 D S Lukcr MMZJ C Martln MM2 R J Maur! MM2 VMI. McClure MMZA S McCoy MMZC McRae MMI S T Mem-0110 MM2 K R Moore MMZC J Mueller MMZA M Muse MM2 T.J.Ochlbcrg MM3 J R Palmer MMI T E Parrrll MM3 P E Pazdroch MM3 D J Phrllrpt MM2 R K Plakke MM3 A J Prrolo MM2 R. C. Ramirez MM3 T J Reed MMI D J Ryan MMI M. S. Tindall Not Pictured: MMC M. D, Rolvc MMC R. B. Sciford MMI J. L. Anderson MMI M. T. Brown MM3 T. A. Dcighan MM2 T. S. Gilbridc MM3 M. D. Haasc MM3 J. A. Morales MM3 M. J. Ryan MM3 O. H. Sohn MM3 M. J. Zinsky xg n J fu J 0-5 al?" E ..w,f'k I, my ., , hw.. A m fm I 4 u, A: 'u WWF EACTCDR Q M HA N ICA L K , ,,.,, ,, ..,. ,.,.,,,,, -W- , ,,,,,V..,, .,.. ,.,,,,Y, 'av nf f'.ff"'1"f'a.s f nf? :F U :N ww " 2' 'Tvs' ,11fiI'z'f'QXt"' f 1 1fQi,g,ff'Xwy, gy! .fggxvgx ,?'ffj!,rg2f, 17:-yliiy I 'i13lQ,. f?kj.1lv, 'Y elgyf gn? +2 X V , ,.ff 'fam .. . 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Q . I 1 1 rl! 11 l . X ii l 1 I 1 4 1 A i l . 1 l P E lr . 1 1 1 A i K l 1 . i V 1 . 1 I 1 i MMC W, D, Wylie MMl J. D. Thompson MM2 W. J. Baran MM2 M. R. Bennett MM3 B. Chaney 1 1 in A is 1 ' 1 I i 1 lx . 1 in N ' i 1 1 l Ml l sen , MM2 C. A. Givhan " ' 'W MM2 H. E. Collins MM2 D. W. Coyne MM3 J, L. Cusick MM2 C. T. .Davis - ' MM3 T. Dostaler MM2 M. Fredrick l 1 l ll. il 1 i1 51 V . l i ' il - . ,. i Q ' MM2 T. E. Gwise MM3 M. R. Holmes MM2 T. G. Jacobson MM2 T. L. Jenkins MM2 D. A. Jwina MM2 J. R. Kahanca V MM3 M. McGuire i 1 5. 14.1 1al l 1 iii fl li 1 , 1 , 11 - ' - . ' 51 1 MM3 J. H- Marlin MM2 J. W. Middleton MM3 D. A. Phillips A MM2 A, J, Pullarn MM2 S. M. Pyle '1 r A A . W N 144 l 1 ' il . .. . Q1 li ,Q MM3 R. Redmond MM3 G. R, Rice MM2 R. E. Rosenthal W 8 9 Q I 1 J , R li i A ",-11.1. ,QANDS ARF Caeoznauf 1 mvmfv -ra PAR-r1c1PA-re ,N 1 . ,, , , A 55.0. N,4z.lc-Doww. " I1 ' MM2 N. M. Waite MM3 G. H. Woodruff " . 30ZfREACTOR DS? - RARAR A-A -We he , sn, ..,. - -C..s,--... MM3 D. s. Book MM3 T. R. Hatfield MM3 J. A. McKnight MM2 W. Tarr MMI S. A. Docrfler MMC D. Petrie MM2 C. J. Mahoney l MM3 M, R. Boyden MM2 J. L. Disharoon MMI M- C. Hauplli MM3 C. L. Jaeger MM3 G. Y. Orap MM2 P. D. Roettiger MM2 J. E. Taylor MM2 S. E. Touchet MM2 M. L. Allison MM2 P. J. Bailey MM3 A. M. Armcngol MM3 B. E. Florence MM2 M. S. Liddlc MM2 R. R. Saucier MMl M. D. Valdick MMI R. W. Campbell l MM2 J. B. Arnold MM2 J. Basile MMI M R Best MM2 J. C. Forehand MM2 J. R. Gentry MM2 D. A- Gl'0Il0W MM2 M. A. Linker MM2 S. R. Logan MM3 K. A. Maschino 623 - 5 p . 41 1 A MM2 B. V. Saunders .-- -T31 f px 1 N-,x 'X .C -. jf X M. A Ld' 'rd' MM2 L. C. Winters RM 14 REA CTORf303 MM2 B. L. Cox MM2 K. R. Erhing E Sl Sl d P I r f MM2 J, C, FOX VMM2 K. J. Green MM3 T. J. Greenwcll MMI J. W. Halsey MM3 R. L. Hrildrclh MM3 B. A. Holton 4 MM2 D. D. Finch l l . . l . . . l l MM3 W. F. Jones MM3 A. Lowe MM2 D. E. Luce ' MM2 D. D. Mgxckey A MM3 G- D, MO,-gan MM2 R, A, Panzer MM3 J, E, Rollo l "" l N' W ' l . A , l l X Q I 1 'MM2 M. D. Schram MM3 D. D. wise MM2 T. E. You M ' l . 4 ' ' f , - Q , , . . L 03 J n . l ' .l 3 ll . , MM2 R. A. Evered I MM2 E. Gocong MM2 H. E. Goritz I MMI O. H. Gotsch' Q M' ,. Je- .- I l - MMl R- D. Hall MM2 D. J. Kelly MM2 G. S. Kennard MM2 A, P, Moore MM 2 J. W. Puckhubcr V J if on MM1 T. W. Harm MM: J. Sclman MMI G. E. Solberg MW J' K- CUCVY Mm S. A. Cory MM2 J. D. Lofton 304fREACTOR 1. Cm 11 E I REACTOR TRAINING DIVISION teaches new Reactor and En- gineering Personnel how ENTERPRISES Reactor and Propulsion plants operate. Although these men have just completed nearly one- and-a-half years of extensive training on Nuclear Theory and Propul- sion, it will take them nearly another year to fully qualify to operate the complex Nuclear and Propulsion Systems aboard ENTERPRISE. The six hand picked instructors who train these men are the best Reactor and Engineering Departments have to offer, and they ensure the stu- dents learn as much as possible as soon as possible so they can become productive members of Reactor and Engineering Departments, and the ENTERPRISE TEAM. LT C. M. McGuire ETCS J. L. Jensen MMI A. F. Mosher MMI W. M. HHS' MMI D. T. Edick MM2 D. Morlel ET2 D. M. Clark ENS R. C. Owings EMCS R. F. Harshman EMI M. D. Carey MMI P. M. Harvey L-R BACK ROW: MMI HALSEY, MMI BIANCO, EM2 RAYA, ETCS JENSEN, MM2 NEWMAN, MMI MOSHER, EM2 McKEE. MIDDLE ROW: EM3 ROBISON, ET3 DUSSAU LT, ETI CROMARTIE, ET3 PIO- l EMI D. A- Rcpp MMI M. G. Schiefen EMI W. R. Wertman MM3 T. P. Carney aa .4 , I 911.3 I f 'uf 4 5- -. r I: ysav -I if TROWSKI, MIVIZ BURGETT, IVIIVI3 FRANKS. FRONT ROW: MM3 BURTON, MIVI2 VEITH, ET2 CORMICAN, EM2 STRAITE, ET3 HULL- 2333? 552?f l7f, .Z f fi. 527 f- . 'fin ,ffs p I f,V, , , X' A 1 .Ulf r f.. A f 2 feef .fa ...L-,F if ' 'X , fr N ...Nf- 55, Q HWS' ff' Q," , ,fb a Q, I EXJINQ Iflmoow 0 WW: r DO Ydl-4 . X f ' ff? f Av ' I I' MEAN, UMSAT? 1. X ,. 'Q , lf . .r .f--I' ti few ' Q la J roauzr cms now wav' Dm rr AT PRGTQTYPE. If .,,gg!n Q54 1253 L51 KK. REIFLEIQ 1555313 V fr'ffQzQ .tiff M1 I H...- .,.,x CDR Robert K. Vinson i - CDR P- D- SULLIVAN . SAFETY OFFICER ' R SAFETY OFFICER CAPRIL 1984-JUNE 19861 The ENTERPRISE Safety Department is a ' small but essential part of the ENTERPRISE t I Team. The Safety Department is responsible for r ' I implementing a comprehensive safety program based on objectives established by the Com- , manding Officer. . ' I ' A I A In carrying out this Safety Program, 5 the ship's Safety Department must promotepmaximum cooperation in Safety Matters at all levels, ensure a wide distribution of safety information, monitor the submission of required safety reports, and maintain appropriate safety records and statistics. , , i In implementing safety programs involving General Safety, Aviation Safety, Motor Vehicle Safety, Environ- mental 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. vevr f i ivtr f y if ifflf X t ,QQ 2 471 ' 7 -. , fn s3f4f,,,4Zf...5a. I , v,1q,wif3' 1 g mt as i ?5 tf2?'2??fTf'mi'UZfJ2fLf:1?,gfy4-' - Zmwu ' ln' 5 , , ff , , - v K av 7:2 4' Q. ,f f, g1f"?'rf 5 4 T66 ,A AW f Q v fff Wig ,7 4 4 W rw-gg-gdzr f W f X 4 sf 1. i ,re E ff 5 I i uss 7 CVH-65 V 2,4 ,af f. gym 'TU :ii Ba lPRl5E sfbfeior if Kom- .,- fu .,ll fi 1 N5 :rm HCI' . -' " V ABCS E. J. Nelson HTI G. A. Legaspi BMI R. L, Roberts EM1 N, G, Daguin BTI A, L, Maggi YN3 N. E. Blassingame a CN E' ,J rf f ,T-sg..-S SAFETYf307 Y, M, ,F Lui, ,.. SUPP DEPART GO LD SUPPLY OFFICER THE SUPPLY, DEPARTMENT PROVIDES MATERIAL SUPPORT AND PERSONAL SERVICE CONVENIENCES TO THE OFFICERS AND CREW OFT ENTERPRISE AND AIRWING ELEVEN. COM- PRISED OF OVER 700 ENLISTED PERSONNEL, HALF OF WHOM ' ' 'ARE ASSIGNED TAD FROM VARIOUS DIVISAIONS AND SQUAD- RONS, AND,16 OFFICERS, THE SUPPLY DEPARTMENT IS THE LARGEST DEPARTMENT ON BOARD ENTERPRISE. THE MYR- IAD OF SERVICES REQUIRED TO SUSTAIN THIS FLOATING CITY,APPROPRIATELY NAMED THE 'BIG E' IS STAGGERING. SERVICES RENDERED RANGE 'FROM ADMINISTERING AN S18 MILLION ANNUAL BUDGET AND MAINTAINING STRICT FIS- CAL ACCOUNTABILITY FOR MORE THAN 102 THOUSAND LINE ITEMS OF REPAIR PARTS AND CONSUMABLE MATERIALS TO SERVING MORE THAN 13,000 MEALS DAILY, OPERATING. SIX RETAIL OUTLETS AND DISBURSING OVER, 31.2 MILLION IN FUNDSEACH PAYDAY. THE STOREKEEPERS, MESS MANAGE- MENT SPECIALISTS, SH1P'S SERVICEMEN, DISBURSING CLERKS, DATA PROCESSING TECHNICIANS AND OFFICERS OF THE SUPPLYDEPARTMENT TAKE GREATPRIDEIN PROVIDING THE BEST POSSIBLE 'SERVICE TO SUPPORT --THE 'COMBAT READINESS MISSION OF ENTERPRISE., ' A I ' 1 J THE FINEST ALL FO UR FLEETS 1 308fSUPPLY A DMINIS THA ION LCDR P. M. BLAND sm M. R. ure Msz w. w. Meredith ASSISTANT SUPPLY OFFICER YN3 P. A. Murphy YNSA B. S. Delong AKAN A. P. Vetch SA J. R. DiIlard SUPPL YX3 09 VICE PRESIDENT BUSH EATS ON THE MESS DECKS ANOTHER vEn1'nEP Asupos if 1 MAN OBSERVING SUEZ CANAL TRANSIT , ff gg ,- ' ' 'i,Q,j4fn "'.' ',"' 3 4 f ffm! ,ft 5, 6Lf3p1!Q. 94" w. W v LJ , 5 f"3 L I nr" fu! A -M 1 1 '11 'Aj E 44 6,131 I mb in ga l 4 2 X ,Q 4 K A T1 I f .K L , Q Y in-v--,sump Q 1 , "' ,Wu If wif 1 " LT CUMMISKE Y EARNS SUPPLY WINGS w , ,1- P P MxvEE 1 4 . DEEP TECH IN SHS SUPPLYf3II K - M.: ,, , 4 ---- A-ww-W-'----'Y --'W' -"W" WY nr 1 M Lyn, ,,,, 7. 1 . . LT D. C. England ENS D. H. Hellman AKCS R. S. Salazar DPC G. D. Henke SKC A. A. Rosete SKI A. Gonzales SKI G. P. Pecadeso lMl E. S. Tayag AK2 C. M. Millard AK3 R. T. Gucrette SK3 K. D. Johnson THE 25-MAN STOCK CONTROL CS-lj DIVISION IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ADMINISTERING AN ANNUAL BUDGET THAT EXCEEDS S18 MILLION AND FOR MAINTAINING STOCK AND FINANCIAL AC- COUNTABILITY FOR MORE THAN 102 THOUSAND LINE ITEMS OF REPAIR PARTS AND CONSUMABLE MATERIALS. IN ADDITION, THE MEN ARE RE- SPONSIBLE FOR ALL OPEN PURCHASES, CASUALg TY REPORT QCASREPD PROCESSING, TYPEWRITER AND XEROX COPIER REPAIR, TRAINING OF RE- PAIR PARTS PETTY OFFICERS AND MANNING THE FLIGHT DECK DURING VERTICAL REPLENISH- MENTS CVERTREPSJ. STOCK CONTROL IS THE BACK-BONE OF ALL SUPPLY SUPPORT RENDERED TO THE SHIP. I ' W" l i I SKZRL- 'C S H. . . h ' ' ' K2 Dewan SK2 L R Jo nson Mcconneaughey AK3,J. A. Park ' SK3 F. M. Pecson SKSN J. B.'Berrier l I l l SKSN F. R, Bordcn SKSN D. A. Decker AN R. M. Hahn IMSN J. L. Haynes AKAN D. B. Howard SN R. P. Williams l l 1 1 i l l SKSA D. E. Hobbs SKSA G. L. King SKSA C. P. Marino SKSA B. A. Schuub SKSA P. W4 WO'-ld 3I2fSUPPL Y 1 -ex .HX ii Ml PM .xr- MD REEF . RE- ul- gm Rf- gms WSH THE ERED THE MISSION OF THE S-2 FOOD SERVICE DIVISION IS TO PROVIDE NUTRITIOUSLY BAL- ANCED MEALS TO THE MEN OF ENTERPRISE AND AIRWING ELEVEN. MEALS ARE SERVED 21 HOURS 'A DAYIN ONE OF THE TWO ENLISTED GENERAL MESSES OPERATED BY THE FOOD SERVICE DIVISION. THROUGHOUT THE DEPLOY- MENT, AN AVERAGE OF I3 TONS OF FOOD WAS ISSUED IN FEEDING UP TO 13,000 MEALS DAILY. CARRYING A PROVI- SIONS INVENTORY IN EXCESS OF SI,000,000, THE FOOD SER- VICE DIVISION ALSO SUPPORTS FOUR PRIVATE MESSES ON- BOARD ENTERPRISE. ENS R. NELSON CWO4 A. R. PENA MSCM J. M. GUADITE MSC N. s. vimy Msc: E. B. Picurdul MSC R. s. Tiumzon ' MSI G. v. Cuyubyub I . MSI R. B.VBasbas M51 E, Em-iqucz MSI C. H. Dulay I MSI M. VD. Maranan 1 I MSI D. R. Richards ' MS2 J. A. Tardsow M52 S- G- Boyd MS2 W. C. Dclcon I I M52 N. M. Mmm Msz C. G. Pelham 3I4fSUPPLY MS2 V. V. Dunton MS2 T. C. Vinluan . ...W ,, MS3 J. A. Bodine MS3 C. B. Wade MS3 R. P. Lucas MS3 M. J. McCormack MS3 S. R. Zcmzicki MS3 J. D. Daskalakis MSSN S, Knighl MSSN J. E. Moreno MS3 S. G. Farkas MS3 J. Mathews MS3 R- BHFFOS MS3 K. M. Bohlcr MS3 P. S. Grasso MS3 R. Hull MS3 L. Rome MS3 J. S. Rowcliffe MS3 J. C. Simmons MS3 S, K, Wcsrphal MS3 J. Brown MSSN W. C. Anderson MSSN R. Burroughs MSSN M. L. Hernandez MSSN L. R. Pena Mssw P. M. Pomoray MSSN E. L. Taylor MSSN E. C. Coburn SUPPL Yf3I5 .-,.....v....----F-.,---- S-2 CAN D0 MSSN P. L. Ingram MSSN G. L. Lewis MSSN W- M- Meyers MSSN G. E. Vanbibbcf MSSN C. C. Lange . MSSN J. J. Oswald MSSA G. B. King , MSSA R. E. Dixon MSSA T. R. Doorninks MSSA S. H. Johnson MSSA R. B, Johnson MSSA J. J. Morell MSSA T. J. Rogers MSSA K. J. Timmins MSSA C- M- 1031115 MSSA R. E. McNally MSSR G. Bloomfield MSSR R. B. Joseph MSSRJG. L. Brooks MSSR D. J. Domenico ' MSSR T- M- Mllfklcy MSSR C. B. Oli MSSR P. A. Tibbuls MSSR K. R. Dukc MSSR D. D. Jackson MSSR J. A. T. Mckissuck MSSR M. IX. WCbCr MSSR D. J. Fullnfd MSSR M. L. Stcwurl MSSR N. S. Dciglmn 316fSUPPL Y "4 - 'YV id 1 . ..... .. -......- SUPPL Yf3I 7 S-3 SALES DIVISION: The ship's store division, operating six retail outlets, two barber shops, a tailor shop, a video arcade, canned soda vending machines, and a laundry and dry-cleaning facility, provides amenities for the health, comfort, welfare, and convenience of all crewmembers. All profits generated are turned over to the ship's welfare and recreation fund. The ship's store division grossed over 52.5 million in sales during the 1986 WestpacfMed Cruise and generated in excess of S300,000 profits for the welfare and recrea- tion fund. 3l8fSUPPLY I ooosooioo, S 1 4 1 N A-'nl , gl .Z- ,xiii up .ll X-ll wi. 'y 'A-Pu --l vw kx l K Ilii if EM .Nm E 1 X l N .Vi ENS K' M' Jones SHC W. A. Bcnnamon SHI E, V. Borgonia SHI R. Gawaran SHI C. G. Natividad SHI R. S. Supangan SH2 l. Q. Advincula SH3 G. D. Edgmon SH2 K- A- G0l'd0fl SH2 K- K' Kimblfl N SH2 c. L. wflgm SH3 R. E. Billingsley SH3 E- J. Brennan 'll SH3 G- Brown SH3 S L Evans SH3 D' D- Maxic SH3 C. M. Moore SH3 S. R. SChl.lllZ SH3 C D Shrum SH3 L. J. Spec, SH3 K, L. Williams SH3 lvl. Williams SUPPL Yf319 4 Ibfkfls. f, l 1 T 1 6- V 1 F- Y 1 - 7777777 V SH3 A. L. Upton SHSN D, Blowe SHSN M. L. Edwards SHSN T. A. Fisher SHSN W. G. Gresham SHSN J. S. Hoffnan SHSN M. L.VKroon SHSN J. Ramsey 1 r r SHSN J. L Rodriqucz - SHSN K..S. Taylor SHSN D. R. Tomko SHSN M. J. Vasallo SHSA T- T. Andry SHSA W. L. Feldshau SH3 R. D. Gerson SA C. M. Morris SHSA C' E- ROSS SHSA K. J. Sadler SHSR s. G. Flctchcr SHSR K. A. Forlcnbcrry T 320fSUPPLY SHSR J' L' MHCMW SHSR S. F. Ridley SHSR R. R. Thompson sHsR s. C. zubuck S-4 LT B. L. Montague DKCS R. L. Cannon DKl J. P. Manacmul DKl J. G. Lirio DKl C. L. Ramirez DKI R, A, Simeon DK2 D. E. Glucksman DK3 D. P. lmson DK3 K. J. Jewell DK3 E, D, Strom DKSN R, A, Chain DKSN W, W, Parker S-4 DISBURSING DIVISION: The disbursing division meets the financial needs of all embarked personnel as well as the financial needs of their dependents at home. The disbursing clerks accomplish this mission through the audit of pay records, the preparation of paychecks, and assisting crewmembers in registering allotments. Dur- ing deployment, paydays averaged over Sl.2 million in funds disbursed and over 600 travel claims per month were processed for temporary additional duty and permanent change of station personnel. DKSN M. P. Mills DKSN D- R. Hand , . I LTJG Montague watches over bricks of new 50 dollar bills. DK1 NLP- Mfinacmul bU5Y at W0fk in Pfepafatmn f0f Payday. SUPPL Yf321 L... , .2fX2l.1. - The Wardroom Division, operating two wardrooms and managing over 200 staterooms, provides the very best food and berthing services in the atmosphere of a first class hotel. While on deployment, the mess management specialists hosted VIP luncheons and dinners for such dignitaries as Mrs. George Bush, the U.S. Ambassador to Pakistan, the Chief of the Pakistan Naval Service and dignitaries from the country of Oman to name just a few. In addition, many special meals such as Hail and Farewell parties, evening cocktails, steak and lobster dinners and pizza nights were hosted for the dining' pleasure of embarked officers. Best of all, they did it with "CLASS" . R CWO2 R. KREHL t Sl MSC B. V. LEYNES MSC B. C. AQUINO MSC DL M. ANILAO ' . ' THE ARDRGO DIVISIO l .... MSI R. L. DOLOPO MSI A. L. FONSECA MSl R. P. RAHIREI l ' 1 1 1 A l l l , . MS2 C- F- SALES MS2 P. MARTIN MS2 R. H. BRADLEY M33 K, J, BARRETT M52 R, ARES MS3 R. G. GRIGSBY MS3 J. T. RAUCH MS3 P. OPPERMAN MS3 E. L. JACKSON MS3 K. WOOLDRIDGE MSSN T. S. PENCIS MS3 N. C. BROWN MS3 G. GONZALES MS3 K. T. MIROR MS3 R. W. WILLIAMS MS3 J. K, ZACZEK MSSN T. W. WILSON MS3 J. W. QUALLE MS3 T. C. BERUBE MS3 D. I. SCHWARTZ MS3 R. C. MS3 F. J. HERRERA MS3 C. A. GUYER H l G H TO W E R . ,. M5f.f.,' .. .' MS3 D. P. WASSON MSSN D. G. CARLAFTES MSSN C. J. WERNHAMMER MSSN A. FERNANDEZ MSSN A. M. REZZUTI MSSN D. F. ALEXANDER I ..., M.. . W Vw . .,,, SUPPL Yf323 - IIIT!S PERFECT S-6 LT J. W. CUMMISKEY AKCM E. J. COLE AKI T. S. CABUGOS JR. AK2 R. L. MOORE AK3 M. LEU ENS G. E. PIEPER AKC A. A. CRISTOBAL AKI R. G. PERIQUET AK2 J. G. FIERRO AK2 T. ROWELL AK3 T. B. ELLIOT AK3 D. LOOMIS AK3 B.R. SHEPERD THROUGH RESPONSIVE LOGISTICS SUPPORT, THE MIS- SION OF THE AVIATION SUPPLY SUPPORT DIVISION IS TO ENSURE THE MAXIMUM COMBAT READINESS FOR CARRIER AIR WING ELEVEN AND BATTLE GROUP-FOX- TROT AIRCRAFT. THE AVIATION STOREKEEPERS OF S-6 DIVISION RECEIVE, STOW AND ISSUE REPAIRABLE COM- PONENTS VALUED IN EXCESS OF S100 MILLION DOL- LARS. WITH AIRWING ELEVEN FLYING IN EXCESS OF 20,000 HOURS DURING DEPLOYMENT, S-6 WAS TASKED WITH SATISFYING OVER 40,000 REQUISITIONS. MADE UP OF SEVEN BRANCHES, EACH PROVIDING SPECIALIZED SUPPORT TO CVW-11, THE AVIATION SUPPORT DIVISION IS A DEMANDING, FAST TEMPO OPERATION. AKC LEGASPI AK2 R. S. FLORIDA AK2 F. M. MICLAT AK3 D. M. GONZALES AK3 J. L. JOHNSON AK3 L. VOELKERS AK3 M- A' WILKERSON SUPPL Yf325 AK3 D D AKAN P BARRIENTOS AN R A COBERLY AKAN R L COX AKAN M E SKSN J FLAHERTY GARDNER AKAN D. M. TURNER AN K. L. SMITH AR K D PACINO AKAN C J SMALL ARJ L ZALEWSKI AKAR B. O. LOZANO ENS Mi.. TIBESAR DPI RR. ATIENZA DPCS WJ- HAYES Dpz H.E. BEASOR DP2 J M DONAHUE DP3 ES CUEVAS DP3 B-R' ELWOOD DP3 PV- TUMMWM 5-7 W5 EN F! S-7 DATA PROCESSING DIVISION: The data processing technicians operate the complex Honeywell DPS-6 computers which keep track of 100,000 line items, pro- cess over 5,000'paychecks each payday, and enable Enterprise managers to make sound decisions regarding aviation and surface maintenance. DP3 R.W. WHITE DPSN C.E. BUSACKER DPSN J.A. BLEVINS DPSN R,A, CUTLER DPSN H.L. EYMANN DPSN M.E. PEACE DPSN C.W. BALLARD DPSN J.C. LATSHAW SN EAB, PRIEST DPSN S.C. ELLIOTT SA CL. GERALD SN T.D. FEIGERT SKCS A. PASION AKI T.B. DEANG AK2 C. B. DITONA SK2 R. GALLEGOS SK3 G. A. CANTOR SK3 A- S. CINA AKAN J. A. CROCKETT AKSN D. J. DUSCHEN SKSN S. B. MARKLIN SN B. F. ROBERTS SKSN J. J. AA G, A, 328fS.g STEPULAITIS BASKERVILLE SKI B.C. SANTIAGO SK2 W. J. LAW SK3 P. E. LOPEZ SKSN C. N. LINKER SN K. W. ROCHESTER AKAA M. B. BENITES AK2 D. R. BRUMFIELD SK2 L. J- CARNES AK3 L. E. BARR SK3 J. R. BURSON SKSN M. A. AK3 R. A. SOUTH BENJAMIN SN G. J. LJTZENBERGER SR R' M- MAPJETTA AKAN J. D. SKSN P. S. MIKE STEPHENSON J J n SKSA T. F. EGBERT SKSA S- W- FITZGERALD if 1' -. J' ,J 5 3 f ni lllfb if gig SKSA J. R. GRUBBS SKSA M. A. PORTER SR T. DORN EY AA T. Z. HAMEED SKSA P. T. SMITH SKSR K. R. BREWSTER SKSA L. E. JONES SKSA J. D. KALISTA SKSA C. R. MILLER LT D. C. HORST SKSA A. C. WHITE SR F. A. MARAFIOTI SR S. P. LOMBARD SR J. D. SWORD THE MATERIAL DIVISION MANAGES 55 STOREROOMS WHICH HOUSE APPROXIMATELY 100,000 LINE ITEMS, VAL- UED AT MORE THAN S200 MILLION. IN ADDITION TO MAN- NING THE STOREROOMS, THE STOREKEEPERS OF S-8 OPER- ATE THE SHIPPING AND RECEIVING BRANCH WHICH PRO- CESSES HUNDREDS OF CARGO SHIPMENTS DAILY TO AND FROM ENTERPRISE. THEY ALSO ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE COD SQUAD AND FOR SUPERVISING HANGER BAY OPER- ATIONS FOR ALL CONREPS AND VERTREPS. WHETHER AT SEA OR INPORT, THE MEN OF MATERIAL DIVISION EXPEND GREAT EFFORT TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE SUCCESS OF THE SUPPLY DEPARTMENTS SUPPORT MISSION. SUPPL Yf329 7 i LT D. E. Roberts LT R4 B- B011 LTJG M. T. Vaughn ENS R. L. K nighlon My TRAININGf33I - Y Aw -- -N E za : 'W'--Al H, i i I I i I I F J s Vs P w u gwj. MX u 1 u NCI D. A. BARENDSE GMG3 M. B. CROWLEY PNSN .I. B. MULCAHY NCI M. N. HAMPEN PN2 T- N- EPLEY PN3 D, J, SELLERS SN M. A. ROBINSON AN R. W. MCCARTER SN J- ROBINSON ABH2 R. D. JENKINS I PNSN L. M. LARSON MR. H. MENDEZ I I I I NCI T. A. MARLETT PNI C. B. BAKER I PN2 G. L. PETTY PN2 K- M- PRUITT I I N, I AN B. J. MINOR AN J. A. I-IIPP I V rf I TRAININGX333 f I I I. I r I ' -- A A .'f A , 11-lt'l 1 I . " A 5 I I I GUNNERS MATE TORPEDOMANS MATE I I V I I cDRG.R.RooT ' . ' - - M N I WEAPONS OFFICER WEAPONS TECHNICIAN AVIATION ORDNANCE A ' p I II I I The mission of the Weapons Department is to provide all the ordnance which may be required by the embarked air wing and the ship's own self-defense systems. To this end, the department maintains the capability to assemble and transport weapons. The Weapons Department also maintains weapons elevators, ordnance handling equipment and stowage magazines. U G-I Division, the ship's armory, maintains magazine trucks, magazine sprinkler systems, deep stowage and also provides line gunners for all underway replenishment evolutions. G-2 Division, flight deck is responsible for the safe transportation of all ordnance from the magazines to the flight deck in support of the daily load plan. G-3 Division, bomb assemblyfair launched missiles, is responsible for the handling, stowage, and maintenance of all air launched missiles and torpedoes aboard ENTERPRISE. G-4 Division, hangar deck, maintains the ship's 17 weapons elevators and is responsible for the upkeep of all assigned weapons of ordnance on the hangar deck level. "W" Division is responsible for the assembly, test, storage, and maintenance of ordnance and operation of the associated test and handling equipment. G-5 Division, the administrative office, is comprised of two distinct branches. The ammunition I Accounting Office controls the movement of all weapons. The Administrative Office ,handles all the administrative requirements of the Department. 334fWEAPONS DIVISION ENS B. J. LETTS LT D. JONES WTC K. S. SPEEGLE WTC R. B. MEREDITH -ug WTI R. E. GURULE J WT2 J. C. DANIELS WT2 G. O. TERRELL WTI R. C. WAGENAAR L WTI J. H. MCKOWN Nairn ENS J. W. TUGGLE WT2 C. BROWN WT2 J. H. MILLER WT3 M. J. BARNES W .OWENS WT3 J. B. WILLIAMS YN3 K. E. WOODARD WTSN L. ALVAREZ T3 C. D. CHESNUT WT3 T. M. DAHLKE WT3 T. G. JONES WT3 C- H WTSN WTSN G. L. SKSN D. T. JOHNSON WTSN D. R. ROSS WTSN G- A- PINCELLI M. R. C ALKINS WTSN M. R. FRYER Il HOUSEHOLDER WEAPONSX335 W P i r 1 w .., . 4---Y L.. if Q 5' ,..-........ - -- Iii- 2 GMGI M. D. ENS s. G. slmovsxv Aoc R. w. SMITH n . GOODBLANKET TM2 D. C. AUGUSTINE GMG2 M. H. DUNSON GMG2 R. G. LUKE A02 R. E. MORGAN A03 M, A, BRISTOL GMG3 F. CREWS GMG3 M. B. CROWLEY GMG3 B. D. DAVIS ' AO3 J. J. KELM WT3 P. E. MAYES GMG3 C. PENA 336fWEAPONS 2263i-:QA xxx.: A X I r i V 1 s a X 1 2 l E 1 E E 112 i I Y 1 ,, 1 l. i ! Y pQ -, 1 'b 1++ , 'a:5gpfazgs4qfa,1Q,fgge1 ,Y ' 1ff 1 p,' i1W -:'ga+pf 1if, A ' SJJJ 1 'J J J --, - ... ' ' 7' ,, 1. 2 rw- -- 3 V v I i J---- Y., Y.. Y frr- Y . -YY :fr Y --:f"-- iff V Yrri 722:17 ' Y. W V --7+'f Y in l J J . 1 5 R J n J i , J I JJ CXYSSILWSOVL' A01 D. P. MADERE A02 R. J. DUR0 A02 J. C. M00RE A02 B. D. JENKJNS A02 0.0. KOLLMAN J J J J J J J J J J I . J .J J. J . . M . J il J J JJ JJ J! J. J J ,Jx A03 G. D. BELCHER A03 M. E. HULME A03 K. M. KNOX - A03 K. J. KUNTZ A03 K. E. PEMBERTON A03 J. L. SKOGEN A03 T. E. SLATE I JI ,I 'J' i J Jf' JJJ JJ ' J J 'J E JJ J JJ J JJ 3 - J J 1 WJ A03 B. L. SMITH A03 D. C. STACEY A03 0. TURNEY 'J J J J 51' I f J JJJ' ir, . 5 J -J .J 3. JJ fl J J JJ JJ ' J N JIJ f J1 ' JJ JJ ? 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BRADFORD A0AN 0. H. HOLD AN B. W. JESKE A03 W. A. MORALES AN C. H. CONFER AN O. V. JONES A02 A. R. GOFF A02 G. D. ANLIKER A03 M. S. SCAFIDE AN C. E. COGSWELL AOAN B. A. LEMON A03 S. G. ARNOLD A03 M. R. SKUPA AN J. M. COX AN J. D. LUM WEAPONSf34I .gf - 'A -""' ' TM" . -" "-i'. .: ff AN G NOVOA TMSN J. G. OSTROW AN K. B. QUARY AN J. P. RUSSELL AN K. W. SEIRER AN L. R. SIMS AN B. A- TEPLY AN A. ZAYAS TMSA T. A. BRICK AA J 'VI CAMPBELL AOAA J L CHANEY XQQ . f v AA M. L. JOLGEN AA T- T- KILE AA J. W. MARSH AA K. S. MARTIN ' AA W. J. NEWTON TMSA J. C. PRIMMER AOAA R. M. QUEZADA V I I AR A. S. MILLER AR K. L. LUCAS AR K. J. MUSSELMAN AR T. A. WHALEY YELLD ll GEFIFI ELEVFITD 5 M,,,...-U--ww-W-..-..,,,,,mM ,- My ""' cwo4 J. R. SEAVER AOC G. R. GARCIA AO' R4 F- CRUZ 5 R W S ? ' w WEAPONS f343 im J 2 J J H me .J :if Jw J M . My ,xi IR' , ,, lv X. U' 1 1, I 1, .JJ J w 1 v J ""'f J ' A w ,, ' JC, nr. J af 1 my rw l . 1 Z E. ' 1 1 Viv., , AOI C. W. SCOTT EMI R. B. JINGCO AO2 J. BOYD AO2 E. C. VERDERBER AO3 M. T. COATES AO3 R. A. COLE Q J AOAN T, E- BENNETT AN E. M. BARNISH AN O. ANGULO in :wif a ' A' 7 ,ff Af! V f f '. ,ff V. ,1 - . ' I xv J . i ' 13 1 344 EA PO AO2 T. E. COLDIRON AO3 D. COTTINGHAM AO3 A. J. THOMAS AOAN D. W. JOHNSON AN R. B. ROAN AA Ii. J. PALMER AO2 A. R. DEAN AO2 S. W. MASSENGILL AO2 R. NORMAN I AO3 D. R. THOMPSON AOAN R. A. KALK AOAN J. J. RULING AN R. G. WATTERS AN D. G. GABBARD J J AOAN C. J. PIETRZYKOWSKI AOAN A. MUELLER AN M, J, SMITH AOAN J. D. TIFFIN f 'E 5. 'Y . - 'fi ,N , -V - ., 'r Y , zf' ' Q' W- f , fA , 'll Q ji M I W-Ami. f V, ., 3 H Xfs 1 E f X 11 -xi, 'L fx, -, VI UI -. Captain BARTHOLD is a native of California, raised in the San Francisco Bay Area City of San Carlos. He was graduated from the University of California at Berkeley in 1961 where he majored in American History and later attended the U.S. Navy Officer Candidate School in Newport, Rhode Island. He was commissioned an Ensign in June, 1962. Early tours of duty included billets as Division Officer and later 88755 Main Battery Officer in USS SAINT PAUL QCA- 73jg Weapons Officer in USS PORTERFIELD QDD-682jg and Aide and Flag Lieutenant to Commander, Amphibious Group THREE. He then served ashore with the Surface Junior Officer Assignment and Surface Captain Assignment Sections of the Bureau of Naval Personnel. Following attendance at the Naval War College Command Staff Course in 1971-1972, Captain BARTHOLD was assigned as Executive Officer, USS BERKE- LEY CDDG-151 and participated in that ship's final combat deployment of the Vietnam War era. In November 1974, Captain BARTHOLD joined the Navy Office of Legislative Affairs where he served as the Committee Liaison Officer for Manpower and Personnel. In June 1977, he moved to the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Navy QManpower Reserve Affairs and Logisticsl as the Special Assis- tant for Navy Personnel. Following attendance at the Senior 346fD15SR ON-23 1 l CAPTAIN T. A. BARTHQLD, A u.s. .NAVY Officer Ship Materia1fReadiness Course in Idaho Falls, Captain BARTHOLD assumed command of USS RAMSEY CFFG-Zlin August 1979 and served in that capacity until July 1981. Captain BARTHOLD joined the staff of Commander Cruiser Destroyer Group THREE as Surface Operations Officer in Au- gust 1981 working up and deploying to the Indian Ocean with Battle Group ECHO QRANGERJ in 1982. Assignment to Fleet Anti-Submarine Warfare Training Center, Pacific as Director of ASW Tactical Training followed in September 1983 with addi- tional duty to Commander Training Command, U.S. Pacific Fleet as Battle Group Training Coordinator. Captain BARTH- OLD assumed command of Destroyer Squadron TWENTY- THREE, the f'Little Beaversw, on 15 June 1985. A Married to the former Martha Tams of Glendale, California, Captain and Mrs. BARTHOLD currently reside in San Diego with their two daughter-s Kathryn Louise C155 and Gretchen Anne Q91 Captain BARTHOLD,s personal decorations include the Meritorious Service Medal fl Starjg the Navy Commendation Medal fl Starjg the Navy Achievement Medal with Combat MV" Ctwo Starsjg the Combat Action Ribbon and the Meritorious Unit Commendation Q1 Starj. con R. L. BROWN 1 L E RON HISTORY OF DESTROYER SQUADRON TWENTY-THREE Destroyer Squadron TWENTY-THREE was first commis- sioned in December 1942 at Orange, Texas. In February 1943, the ships joined Admiral William Halsey's forces in the Solomon Islands campaign in the Southwest Pacific. During the period from November 1943 to February 1944 the Squadron, under the command of Captain Arleigh A. Burke, participated in twenty-two separate enemy engagements for which it was awarded the coveted Presidential Unit Citation. It was in November 1943 that the Squadron engaged six enemy destroyers at the Battle of Cape St. George, sinking four of them and badly damaging the other two in what has been described by historians as a "near perfect surface action." The "smash and run" techniques of the Squadron wrote a new chapter in destroyer warfare and gave Captain Burke the name "31 Knot Burke? He nicknamed the Squadron g'The Little Bea- versv after a popular cartoon character of the era noted for his fidelity, courage, and tenacity. The Little Beavers continued fighting through the Okinawa campaign and, as the Japanese empire crumbled, sailed to Pearl Harbor for a well earned rest. After the war's end, the Squadron steamed on to Washington, D.C., and was met by its former Commander, Commodore Burke, in special ceremonies of recog- nition. The Squadron was deactivated in 1946. Ten years later, Destroyer Squadron TWENTY-THREE was reactived by authority of the Chief of Naval Operations, Admiral Arleigh Burke. Since then, the Squadron has operated as a unit of the U.S. Pacific Fleet in times of both peace and conflict. They reported on board ENTERPRISE during her 1985 wor- kup period in preparation for her 12th major deployment and again enjoyed serving with "The Carrier With Class." Inheritor of a proud tradition, Destroyer Squadron TWEN- TY-THREE is as ready today as it was at its founding to meet the challenges ahead. ASWC 13" 1 l E Lcnn D. G.. T Lcnn P. A. LT E. K. ADE LT ca. L. Gnlce NORTON TRACY DESRON 23f3-47 2 UB- USTERS NCC W. ARNOLD RMC M. GARDLEY MSI R. MATEO YNI M. NISCHIK nv RM2 S. IRVINE ' 'OS2 B. LEE 032 D. NESB1T ASW OS2 V. EDEN BURN RM2 W. NORCROSS OS2 R. PERYSIAN OS3 S. CLEMENS OS3 C. CURTISS I RM3 C. LINDSEY 348fDESRON-23 I f 1 - K 3 W J i w K THE LITTLE BEAVERS DESR ON-23 f 349 RL. , A, 7. if ,Xp A, EXUA . ' 4: X1 s V if wil K AURNX u 'fa we IQ .5 4, Q. ., , - ', -, Carrier Air Wing ELEVEN has animpressive record dating back to October 1942. It has a distinguished ,combat history and a capability which placesg it highamong the fightingfunitsf of the United States Navy.. 9 . f ' ' Commissioned on Navy..Day, 1942, the. Air Wingfhas--re-' corded a significantnumber 'of "firsts" in attaining its place as one of the Navy's top fighting,organizations-. I-n J u,ne.l:94.3,'fthe pilots of Air Group ELEVEN conductedthe. first' daylight raids during fighting in the Solomon-and-New GCOrgia, Opere ations of WW II. They also took part in air strikes on, Leyte Gulf, Indochina, Formosa, and the .ChinaiMainla'ndn. Forthe above operations, the Pres'id'e,ntial Unit,Citation'wasawarded to the Air Groupfor its extraordinary achievements against the enemy. During the: Korean conflict, Carrier Air Group ELEVEN was the fir,stNava1 'Air' Group to engage.-and ,down a MIG jet fighter. The Air Groupywasfinstrumental inkeeping the Pusan Perimeter fromneollapsinggin'the early' phases of the conflict, and participated in other significant actions such as the Inchon Invasion, 'the' Wonsonflanding, and the highly- successful movement from the'Chosin Reservoir. Withthe addition of the RASC Vigilante, A-6Af Intruder, and E-2A Hawkeye, ,Air Wing, deployed 'on boardf' the USS KITTYHAWK tothe Seventh-Fleetr-in'-0ctQbS?Y' 1965 with the most modern, complex strike group ever assembled afnd' evalu- ated under wartime conditions. During the ,period December 1965-May 1.966, the Air Wingicondfucted air strikes against targets in North and'South Vietna.m,.andgde1ivered more-.. ordnance than any otherstri,ke'+group. 'The Navy' Unit.Citation was awarded tofthe' USS"KIfl'TY H'iAfWKiand'fAirf Wing ELEVEN in November, 1966"for their superior performance. 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 December 1966 to May 1967. The Attack Carrier USS KITTY HAWK and Air Wing ELEVEN became the first shipf air wing to,-receive the Presi- dential Unit Citation for performance during-the Vietnam conflict. 'The Citation for USS KITTY, HAWKfAir Wing ELEVEN was approved-and. signed by President Lyndon B. JOHNSON in recognition for their combat ,operations that were conducted from December 1-967 through June 1968 as part of thelUnited States Seventh Fleet. Carrier Air Wing .ELEVEN set, fnumberous records for the Vietnam conflict, foremost of w-asa 61 day line period, longest for the war. Prior to the limitedlrbnombing announcement, Air Wing ELEV- EN ranged the lengt,hiofNorth Vietnam strikingenemy power plants, rail yards, and lines''off-transportation and communica- tions and were instrum-ental. in the defense of Khe Sanh. During Attack :QarriernAir' Wing rELEVEN's, sixth -WestPac deployment fNovember 70-July71j,she againbroke all pre- vious records- for combat sortiesflown and ordnance delivered. 1This'reeord wasishortflived however, for seventh 1 ds. l recor USS 1 G 1 . n I A 4. ' p namj. Bonithrgr the g1engt.13,Q'f 5-North vietnam, Air wjngi ELEVEN was- i'nstrumental'ii1 "forcing the North ,Vietnamese 'to negotiatena final 'end to the conflict. ' ' , A 'In 1973,,Carrier Air'Wing ELEVEN and- USS KITTY HAWK'transitioned to 'a 13 squadron air wing and 107 air- - n,c.ra.ftto' form the worldfs Iargestairxtwing under the new CAV concept. This new concept, TACAIR and ,ASWAIR on the samecarrier, was implemented and deployed to Westpac in November.-1973 for a most successful cruise highlighted by an Air Power Demonstration for:-the'Shiah'of Iran and thc Chair-Q man of the Joint .Chiefs of Staff whileuoperafting in the Indian Ocean.,The first CiV.de,p-loyment of-,afWest Coast -carrier demonstrated- the flexibility of simultaneous TACAIR and ASW employment. Following. gher 'first 'non-combat cruise since, 1965, in July 197-4, USS .KITTY 'HAWKfCVW-11 returned to CONUS for a brief standdown. period. A ',., Q , ' K In 19755 USS -KITTY H-AWKfAir Wing ELEVEN once again demonstratedtheir vers'ati'l-ity in the role of aimulti- mission 'carrier with its second,CV deployment. Following this deployment,'Air Wing ELEVEN underwent ca' majorreorgani- zation incorporating the Navy's newest E4-14 Tomcat and S3A V-iking as-wellfas the new, A6E.CAINS and E-2C.' ' .1977 saw "Carrier Air Wing ELEVEN deployed to WEST- PAC aboard-,the 'USS KITTY HAWK with th'e,newestajair- craft inthe fleet. After an eight month extended-deployment, Carrier Air WingeELEVEN- began preparations to movefthe' Air.-Wing to the'East Coast. In March 1979, Carrier Air,Wing ELEVEN. ,deployed tothe. Mediterranean aboard .the-'USS AMERICA., The Air Wing was comprised .of .10'squadrons withfover 90 aircraft stationed -throughout-the United States: '- .In-September' 1982, Carrier Air Wing ELEV'EN'deplbyed tog,'WESTPAC, 'aboard . .USS ENTERPRISE. Followingfthe end of an extended seventh month deployment, Carrier ,Air Wing E'LEV,ENfeommenced preparations for its nextdeploy- ,mellt V I ' " a A 1 In May 1984, USS ENTERPRISE and, Carrier Air iWing ELEVEN'-teamed upfagain oto complete another successful seven ninth' WESTPAC f Indian Ocean-deployment includgi-ng FLEETEX, a three carrier operation, in the' Northern Pacific. In August 1986, Carrier Air Wing 'ELEVEN returned from a seven month world cruise. Flighttoperations were conducted in the Western Pacific, Indian Ocean, Red Sea, Mediterra- t. 1 l. i, 1 5 I ll nean Sea and Atlantic Ocean while compiling 23,000 hours and 9,000 arrested landings. n W ' - f Today Carrier Air WingfE'LEVEN- is comprised of 'tW6--1-. Fighter,Squadrons,.CVF-114 and VF-2131 flying. the Fq14A "Tomcati', two L'ightAttaek Squadrons CVA-94 and VA-221 flying the A-7E-"Corsair"II", one Medium Attack Squadron QVA-951 flying A-6E "Intruder", one Tactical Electronic one arrier the E keye, and two.Ant1 Submarine War and HS 61 flying the S 3A "Viking" .Warfare Squadron CVAQ-13.31 flying the EA-6B "Prowler", C ' Airborne'Early ,Warning Squadron QVAELW-.1 171 "Haw " ' '- . ' IQ X D D:-.I NN W1 2' ,ET 'au Q - fail 31 1 '-.nfl .lui ., ,. :lin i mfr W rl 31.11 N L 2 il- iii jill FEST- -1 .-.h. Til it ll: jttg Ill . LQ-- 4,19 :Sid :Trl tc -gli PIE aid pf' ,J-ffl :Ri 1 -" ,limi , P91 ff" .W ,-fl, 'Il 1' 'QQI I V9 flll I 31 ix ,gil . ,ci xi ff V111 will ll L f 1,1 ,if 4 -asv- 4 1 I l 3 1 l 1 1 l 1 1 J' A ,,I'i1z ,4, f , " 5224 N -,QA yy W. " ' 3 v?5v"f"' 13f,5,, ,av ai '- - QL ll I . I' MZ' o COMMANDER DENNIS ST CLAIR GLADMAN USN COMMANDER CARRIER AIR WING ELEVEN 'I Commander Dennis St. Clair Gladman was born in Los Angeles, California on 11 December 1945. Following his graduation from Tustin CCaliforniaJ Union High School, he attended the University of California at Los Angeles CUCLAJ. In March 1968 he was graduated with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering. Entering the Navy as an Aviation Officer Candi- date in June 1968, he was commissioned an Ensign on 30 August 1968. - . After Commander Gladman was designated a Naval Flight Officer in May 1969,the reported to VF-121 for training as a Radar Intercept Officer CRIOJ in the F-4 Phantom III. Upon completion of training, he was assigned to VF-114 at Naval Air Station Miramar for his first 'fleet squadron tour and C0mpleted two combat deployments to. the Western :Pacific aboard USS KITTY HAWK, CCVA-631. '1l- .,ie , . . I I In January 1973 Commander 0 VF as one of the initial ln the 1975 Paris . ,900 'C l Lbeen- In October 1978 Commander Gladman was assigned to VF- 124 as a Fleet Replacement RIO in the F-14. In April 1979 he reported to VF-2 at NAS Miramar, where he served as Main- tenance Officer and Operations Officer. After completion of a Western Pacificf Indian Ocean deployment aboard USS RANGER QCV-611, he reported to VF-124 as Executive Offi- cer. 7 In June 1982 he reported to Fighter Squadron ONE aboard USS RANGER CCV-615, as Executive Officer. Commander Gladman was Commanding Officer of the squadron from January 1984 to June 1985. During this tour, Fighter Squad- ron ONE completed a Western Pacific f Indian Ocean deploy- , ment aboard USS KITTY 1 HAWK fCV-63JfHe- -assumed- Qcommand of Carrier'Air Wing ELEVEN on 23 October 1985. ' Commander Gladman has accumulated 3500 flight hours, ' A arrier. landings and over 300 combat, missions. He has Distinguished Flying Cross, Meritorious I edalf f20'strike flight, 2 ,individual ac- Medal' with Combat IVV", C2 Fri 'Z' Science Degreein Of Southern In August HOWER ID that and campaign -4. mg :Yan VW-11 STAFF ' .-. - S'-e.4..,:-1 -, Z ' ri "" 53' , YN2 M. A. GONZALES LCDR P. T. MADISON LCDR P. w. I GRANDFIELD LT T. L. DAVISON AVCM D. F. BREUCH AKC F. G. BACALA YN2 C. R. CONNOR LCDR D. P. WALSH LT A. BAN KS C MXC T. W. YOST ' AMCS E. B. ACDA YNC G. L. LINEBRINK YNSN D. J. LAGORIO LCDR C. L. PETRICCIONE LT T. L. BORGIEN AVCM G. W. WILLIAMS ADCS R. E. HAMELL AOI R. J. REEVES AN R. E. GUYNN LCDR D. C. KNUTSON T LT P. A. BLACKBURN' AOCM w. N. OVERBY AZC M. G. SCATES AME! E. E. 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CUCULICH n n . ,The mid-point of the cruise marked the comple- tion of 30 years of aviation excellence for HS-6g the A T n Indian Teamas performance during the cruise built I upon the squadron's tradition. ATI A-, AOI J. FAVERO ADI D. GARLAND AEI H. HODGES HOLLINGSWORTH T YNI D. KEMP AOI C. KNIGHT AMSI D. LAROCK ADI S. MARSHALL AWI T. PEARSON HMI M. ROBERTS AXI M. ROLLINS K T . I r," lnng AMHI R. SCHAEFER ATI C. SNYDER ADI R. SOCITO AE2 M. BRIGHT AW2 C. DEWEY AX2 T. EDWARDS AZ2 L. FARLOW , 358fHS-6 A . V . M ' W' ' .--.,--.--. ..,.--..,., ..,.., -,,-,- ,Y,,,,., .,,, ,,- , ,, ., L-, L., , . ....,,v L... ,..,- .... ., ., .E ...I.-., I .i ,,.-,..-.....- -. ww-.1-AM-1 - D--W - 'N 1 , A 1 1 E 1 i 1 L 1 L 5 1 1 Q. 1 11 11 1 1 1 ,1 Y " ' + . 11,1 11 1111 1"i I 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - 11- v Y ,, I Q gs P. 4. f:1f22:ffau-. , if . 2' 1 Q wg' 'jf' mf. H 11 1. Axz J. D 3 ! uf S AD2 E. MENDOZA AZ3 T. MERKL ' .I 4. I i . 1 AW2 S. 5 x 5 I ! it A-,. 5'-. il PR2 S. MARQUARDT YN3 M. MAYS ESROSIERS AZ2 L. 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ROBERTS ToLLEsoN ADAA T. D. JOHNSON AN R, W. NICHOLS AN J. K. SCHULTZ w 3 'UU AN J. M. KEMP AMHAN K. R. PETERSON YNSN N. L. SHANKS N K N ADAN P. E. HANSON AN K. S. HOUGHTON MSSN E. LEE YNSN R. O. POSEY AA K. P. STERLING AMSAA J. A. AN R. W, TWEEDY AN M. U. WOODS ADAN R. J. CHAPPELL AA E. E. DELIGERO AN J. STEARNS AN D. E. TAPLIN YOU CAN'T BEAT A REDCOCK VA-22X K ! 'zflxi l 9 f iCieIF?Y,rffEgi"'l'T'!979i1l1C 'Migh'1Y'liShifikGSe We 'C Attack Squadron 94 became a Light Attack Squadron in August 1958 when it transitioned from the FJ-4 "Fury" to the new A-4 "Skyhawk." The Mighty Shrikes earned their nickname when their small A-4's were compared with the tiny but ferocious bird of prey. L ' The Shrikes completed seven consecutive combat deploy- ments to Southeast Asia commencing with a cruise aboard USS RANGER QCVA-615 in'l964. After transitioning to the A-7E in 1970, the squadron completed its final South- east Asia combat deployment aboard USS CORAL SEA CCVA-431 and participated' in the first major air strikes into North Vietnam since the 1968 bombing halt. The squadron won a Navy Unit Commendation and the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal foraction in'Southeast Asiag , In 1974, the squadrongwon ,both the Admiral ,Wade 'g Meciusky Award and-the COMNAVAIRPACBattle Em- FC. Me"!t9fF9"S U!llffC9'T'me"d3!l9Dii4n4i1Ni1Yy . .,.... f ,f Z I . . 4 . A ,f , I V 5 ' 3 5 f . "H ' , 'L V' 5 . e f X ' 7 X i F 5 1 2 f 1 f f Medal while deployed in USS KITTY HAWK CCV-631 during the Iranian crisis. ' l The Shrikes made naval aviation history in 1984 while deployed in USS ENTERPRISE CCVN-651 by making a clean sweep of all operational awards. The Mighty Shrikes won the Admiral Wade McClusky Award as the best At- tack Squadron in the Navy, the COMNAVAIRPAC Bat- tle "E" for superior battle efficiency, the Lieutenant Junior Grade Bruce Carrier Award for excellence in maintenance, and the Chief of Naval Operations Aviation Safety Award. For these accomplishments, the Secretary of the NQVY awarded the squadron the Meritorious Unit Commendation on March24, 1986. ' . In January 1986 the 'squadron began this l8th deploy- ment to fthe Pacific Ocean, Indian Ocean, Mediterranean Sea AtlanticcOcean. Homeported at NAS Lemoore, fist-commanded by Commander Larry S. 5 .:.f'f:'fif5 -1 , . .1 , .J Lit.-. A6234 75.- ' 62 rfihv ff-f1..L '- L -5eIfF3.:"w2 iff! 3 ' ees' ' 1-a:?f"f-? .' as f "'i.::... 8. f ' gwwfvw wq,,f,1 '.-'H ,:3?gig,Q3, c:5n1atawf' .. .-.. i3.:Lfzwf11fL R w ,ge,2, q Lx 'P ..- 'V L ,f 14.1 R ,L-Aff' 1.-5455 .gg ,L 1 5.5394 1 f ,J . W . Ls fag: ' all A if QL . Q' -. 4 con C. w. 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ROSENBERG The Green Lizards of Attack Squadron Ninety Five are home based at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington. Flying the Grumman A-6E INTRUDER, the squadron has estab- lished itself as the backbone of the ENTERPRISE air strike force. The Green Lizards, led by SKIPPER, Commander J. C. "Rosey,' Rosenberg and XO Commander Bill Miller, are composed of 38 officers and just over 245 enlisted men. With the efforts of all hands in the Maintenance, Operations, and Administrative departments, the Green Lizards maintain the highest degree of combat readiness which is vital to the effectiveness of the ENTERPRISE Carrier Air Wing Eleven Team. The A-6E TRAM is equipped with a surface search radar, state-of-the-art computer, forward-looking infrare'd vision, and a laser designatorfrange finder that make the latest version of the Navy's traditional workhorse the most versa- 386fVA-95 CDR. W. H. MILLER tile bomber in the fleet. Crewed by a pilot and a bombardier f navigator, it performs close air support, interdiction, and deep strike missions. It is capable of detecting, identifying and destroying tactical tar- gets in any weather, day or night. The FLIR provides the aircrew with infrared imagery of targets not visually detect- able or radar significant and is coupled with a laser guided weapons delivery system. . The duties of the aircrew are evenly distributed to maxi- mize their efforts in any scenario. The bombardier f navigator operates the weapons delivery systems allowing the pilot to concentrate on the tactical decisions necessary to fly the aircraft in a high threat environment. Unique displays show targets and geographical terrain features making night or all weather low altitude mission ingress, target acquisition and low altitude egress a reliable tactic. ,....-.s2..f.f.-. ..,.J..,...,... I ,cmvfifljks , . 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PARK AMEAA D A REEVES ISSA S G RHYNO AA J A RIVERA ADAA W T ROGERS ADAA J. G. PELZEL AA E STARN ES AA F A TREPTOW PNSA J J WILLIAMS AOAA R A YOUNG AMEAR F C BRITTON AOAR C R CARTER AA F S SUNGA AA J C TALBOTT AR R F DAVISON ARJ M EBNER I I VA 95f397 1 ,I . 1 1 I 1 1 l l 398fVA Q-133 TA CELR ON 133 Filling a unique role aboard the USS ENTERPRISE CCVN 651, the World Famous Wizards are tasked with both combat and non-combat missions. In actual combat, the EA- 6B Prowler's mission becomes one of protection. During strike operations the Wizards protect other strike aircraft, from land or sea based missile systems through active electronic jamming of enemy radar systems. The Wizards are also tasked with protecting the Enterprise and its battle group from surface to surface and air to surface threats by electronically jamming the missile launch platforms. In peacetime the Wizards pro- vide radar jamming of our own units preparing them for actual combat. VAQ 133 was commissioned in 1969 transitioning from the EKA-3B Skywarrior in 1971, the Wizards flew the EXCAP version of the EA-6B until 1984. In 1985 the Wizards transi- tioned tothe New Improved Capabilities QICAP ID version of the Prowler. The new Prowler with its improved jamming and mission capabilities has enhanced the Wizards contribution to the Enterprise team. With its compliment of 24 officers and 170 enlisted men the Wizards of VAQ 133 have won two Battle Efficiency AwardS, five CNO Safety Awards and the Meritorious Unit Citation. The Wizards look forward to returning with Carrier Air Wing ELEVEN to USS ENTERPRISE. 1 W., . - . 1 .,-7.-:1'3:' ' f- :gl Q 'f 1 If .ff I ff 1 X if ff an f , ,f , ' f ,L I. ,I A f J I, lf- 'N 1 K ' I, . f ,ffff 2 , . , J ' Lf' J J W, .Rf 'Q L., ,AM 1 , f' , J, f! Hx 4,, 1 , f ! , , 1' ' I 1 , f4 " ff, ny fx, V W I 1 A W :M , ,1 1 1 I if if f 1 f f. f, 'ff lLfjv 'X I if X X f' JY Q ,f If Wx J Jfv 44 f ig X4 TW ff y '1 fl! C! J! ,X fl' L . 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KEAS l if n Y-.f VA W-I I 7f409 6 VHW 117 r us .., A1 The VAW-117 WALLBANGERS - homeported at NAS Miramar, San Diego, and a member of the CVW-1 lf USS ENTERPRISE team - fly and maintain four all- weather, multi-mission, E-2C "Hawkeye" aircraft. As an early warning platform, the E-2C's radar provides the ENTERPRISE Battle Group with a three million cubic mile surveillance envelope, detects and assesses threats from approaching high speed aircraft, and monitors mari- time traffic. As an aerial combat information center and aircraft con- troller, the WALLBANGERS provide the battle group fighter and attack aircraft with the necessary data to inter- cept potential enemy aircraft prior to their approach - in both time and distance - to their striking zone. Long range detection, automatic track initiation, and high speed pro- cessing combine to enable the E-2C's computers to auto- matically and simultaneously track air and maritime targets and control airborne interceptors. The E-2C's system is able 408fVAWII7 to operate independently, in cooperation with other air- craft, or in concert with group operations. As a search and rescue platform, the WALLBANGERS provide on scene coordination of air and surface rescue efforts. As a communications relay platform, the E-2C fulfills a very vital link in keeping task groupfforce commanders informed of the most up-to-date operational data. The VAW-117 WALLBANGERS are 30 officers and 150 enlisted personnel dedicated to fly, operate and main- tain the complex mechanical, electrical and electronics sys- tems that comprise the E-2C, and in many cases the Battle Group's first line of offensefdefense battle plan formula- tion. The WALLBANGERS hold the 1984 Battle Efficiency Award, the CNO Safety Award and the Airborne Early Warning Excellence Award which makes them the best E-2 squadron in the United States Navy. . X f ,A--,,.zI. Q-.... -18--F' AEI T. C. LEE AEI J, T. 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'N X 311- ln., ' . - r- . 1' ,-'X . . --"1-vm,..,N aff l CDR J P KILKENNY The world famous Fighting Aardvarks of VF ll4 completed their epic WESTPAG7-lQfvMED Cruise aboard USS 'ENTERPRISEPICVNV-,651 from Janu a-r to Au ust 1986 Fl in the Nav QS remier su er . Y . S . Y 8 . Y .P . S P sonic fighter aircarft the F4l4A TOMCAQT theyare the first 'line of defense for the entire, battle group Under the comma-ndwofst:CDR PATLKILKENNY the Aardvarlcsassume this vi'talf':r6,lefwi.thgdedication and honor. 'While preparing "for deployment at' their home base' of ,NAS Miramar, San'lD,iego, the VARKS' contiiguhedgrvypfo add to theiriimpsressive record. ff x x TM' fe' 1 ,f,,6f ff'fM'if7 r FWF -S X... 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Andrade AMH2 L. L. Ault AMS2 R. Arias I V 1 lg, A . AK2 J. s. Bcuson AQ2 H. Berry AMHI G- P- Bogfwr YN2 C. T. Campbell Q.. 19:1 -ti l Y mid Ei '4 I:-N25 D Qclfo AQZJ R Clink AMH2 M C Duffck AMS2 W L Hawkins AOZC C lveb AQ2 K A Johnbon VF 114f4v3 AE2 G. T. LABARGE AT2 J. A. A02 D. M. MILLER AQ2 G- H- MIL LIMON AE2 T. MADAMBA AQ2 E. L. MCDONALD AE2 D. R. MElSER AME2 D. MEYER I LER AT2 A. B. PELINA A02 E. PEREZ AK2 C. S. PETERS AQ2 T. L. PITTMAN 1 AT2 D. C. REEVES AEI K. A. RODEN AD2 W. J. SCOTT MS2 L. A. SHERMAN AMS2 J. SKINNER A02 J. H. WRAY AMH3 T. S. ADAMS AMH3 R. A. ANDERSON ,f AZ3 T. E. AMES AMH3 G. J. ARBISE AMS3 W. F. - , BOYETT A03 R. D. BUHL AMH3 T. J. CLARK AMS2 R. C. COLLINS AK3 P4 K. CRAIG AK3 R, DORICCHI 4fVF-114 -.iiirifggglfalfafjijfrg ., I ,335 ....f,q,.-1.-nn' jg I ' I 5553 3 1 I I I I I I II II xi 'I I I I I I I I. I I I II II II II I I I, I I I I 1. 1 I I I EQ7 I F555132Fi!3E35SggQ3iiig?i5:ag11Ii?eIf,4 Ijc.141g,gi55gIIfI II If Hhs AMSAN M. J. BURNS ATAN C. A. DEAN AEAN J. S. ECHARD 426fVF-114 AN P. S. BURNS AOAN S. L. DEARMON AEAN A. R. ESCHERICH AMS3 J. ROBERTS AZ2 M. W. SMITH PR3 K. S. WHITE AQAN E. P. CARTER AN V. V. DOUGLAS AN O. D. FOWLER AT3 L. E. RODDA PR3 D. J. SPIVEY AOAN R. ARMSTRONG AO3 S. S. CARPENTER AEAN T. W. EATON AEAN J. M. FRONZAGLIO AMH3 M. J. SLAUGHTER AE3 E. F. SAMPSON AMS3 T. D. AME3 D. M. SROUFE SZYMANSKI AEAN J. L. ARNOLD ATAN Q. F. BERDAN AQAN G. A. AD3 J. R. CHETNIK CORCORAN AMHAN R. M. GATCHALIAN AQAN L. D. GLOVER HN W. A. HART AO3 A. K. HAYLOCK ATAN T. N. HOFFMAN v f W ...Q lg , . ADAN B. M. AEAN E. R. INBODEN JEFFERSON AMSAN W. J. KENNEDY AMEAN T. J. JOHNSON J AN G. J. KREMER ATAN B. P. KUNZE ' I YRE AT3 C' p. MAHER AMEAR P. D. AQAN T. C. AN E- 5- LESTER Am D V MACINT MCGOWAN MCLAUGHLIN AE3 J- MONT'-IO AN M. J. AMS3 T. A. NOTARO AQ3 T. J. NOYES AN A- R- O'BRlEN MULHOLLAND AME3 J. A. IBARRA w AEAN R. S. JOHNSON ADAN S. W. KOELBEL AO3 M. A. LAYNE w AE3 P. A. METOYER AZ3 M. E. REILIJY : . I . . I I , I . AMSAN D. B. STEINKE ATAN R. L. WAYMAN 428fVF-114 AMEAN J. L. VOGEL AN R. E. STRICKLAND MSSN J. WILLIAMS AKAN M. P. ALBINO AMEAN V. H. REYES AKAN E. P. RONQUILLO ATAN J. D. SCHAUER AN D. R. TELFAIR AQAN H. N. WOOD AN W. W. BALLARD AMEAN H. C. RIDINGS AEAN S. G. ROSEBORO PNSN J. W. SHADDEN AN W. L. TARRER AO3 P. A. VALENTINI ADAN T. M. BATES AQAN J. T. RIVERS AN B. W. RUNGE AZ3 S. A. SKOIEN AN T. L. TAWZER AN R. T. ROMERO AEAN B. R. SANDERS AD3 A. R. SOCARRAS ADAN D. WAYMAN W' 1 ' 6 ' ., . 54 vv is v "" "4wA. ' '11 " fa.-...M - ,- '- My , .. , 1 , 61 W- - -A4 xx iff: Q.. Z ,. -A lil-1 AMEAN T. A. JOHNSON AMHAA D. R. SEGURA AMSAA B. T. ZICKEFOOSE AR T. W. TINNER -T., ,. .I-.uw AA D. .l. KINNEY AEAA R. H. SWAYNE ADAR L. M. FAY AOAN R. O. SLATER DKI D. BANKS AN c.B1sHoP AN C. D. BLAYLOCK AA G- 0- DAUDA AA T. J. FAIR ATAA J. D. FOOTE AA D. F. GALIMBA AA T- W- HUGHES AA R. D. MAST AQAA R. R. RIGGS AA J. A. ROZAN AOAA S- R- SABIE AMHAA B. w. AoAA w. C. TALIAFERRO TERAMOTO AA C' P' WILLIAMS AEAN D' J' WOODALL YNSR W. C. PERKINS PR2 J. R. MCGHEE were nings combat missions of ordnance. I On 20 December 1966, LT D. A. Mcrae and ENS D. N. Nichols downed an enemy aircraft for the squadron's first kill. After two peacetime deployments aboard USS KITTY HAWK and a NATO cruise aboard USS AMERICA QCV-661, The BLACKLIONS took a quantum step forward in fighter capability as VF-213 stood up as an operational F-14A TOM- CAT squadron in December 1976. 4 Following one Mediterranean deployment in 1979, and one Indian Ocean deployment in 1981, both aboard USS AMER- ICA, The BLACKLIONS began turnaround training for their first deployment aboard USS ENTERPRISE QCVN-651. The BLACKLIONS called Enterprise home for two Western OVCI' SIX 430fVF-213 The unqualifie Eight missiles six scored directs hits percent success in this Westpac ,86 saw The Fighting Squadron TWO HUNDRED T lenge of a demanding and flexible demonstrating excellent teamwork above mally high standards of carrier aviation. U corps combined with an across the board make The BLACKLION team unbeatable. the nor- esprit de to duty y. Qi, NT-ZI3 myionfor aww jjmesled rmmgfc' Hi glllbih ww :M W gl-TW: 4 HW 'wifi KFC' , mmf Q '85 5155? Q21 V, :whiff g . Fnifiwll w ' lv 1. jfwf' ff' " M VM K. 26249--QQLZC l R CDR J. F. JUNEK CDR R. J. BRADLEY JR CDR D. L. BUNNELL V LCDR T. W. HIATT LCDR T. J. KILCLINE LCDR I.. E, SLAGLE LCDR T. v. Moons LCDR T. J. TINSLEY AFCM J, F. MASSEY 47 AVCM K. C. 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The Redtails successfully operate this multi-mission ASW platform aboard USS En- terprise QCVN-65J in support of Battle Group Foxtrot. This is VS-21's 17th deployment. The first was aboard the USS Marcus Island CCVE-771 in 1944. Over the years VS-21 has proven to be number one in new deployments and ASW excellence. Recently, the Redtails have been awarded COMMINEWARCOM "Miners of the Year" fthe first VS squadron to win such an awardj, the "Golden Wrench Award", and the "CNO Safety Award" in 1982. The Battle Efficiency Award was presented to VS-21 in 1983 and 1984. Also in 1984, the CNO awarded VS-21 the "Secretary ofthe Navy Letter of Commendation" for meri- torious service. . . .. y The primary mission for the VS-21 Fighting Redtails is anti-submarine warfare QASWJ. Capable of operating at extended ranges around the battle group, the S-3A uses a variety of sensors to locate the submarine threat above and below the surface. The S-3A's ability to loiter over a large area for extended periods, coupled with it a feared and respected opponent of all submariners. No less important is the ability of the S-3A Vikings to integrate into ESM, mining, early warning and search and rescue. It requires well-trained and positively motivated crew- men to manage the many systems on board the S-3A and equally trained and motivated maintenance personnel to keep the many systems working to the maximum potential. These are the type of men who make up the "Fighting Redtails" and earn the title of excellence of being "Redtai- lish". U in I n it if ,Lx 's gn COMMANDING OFFICER CDR GEORGE W. KOLAROV .LCDR JOHN P. GORMAN LCDR MICHAEL A. CARRIGAN ' .-.EL - W5 EW I LCDR RONALD J. WILSON LCDR WILLIAM O. WADDELL LT JAMES M. DUKE EXECUTIVE OFFICER CDR THOMAS D. BARNES LCDR JOHN D. HOLLIFIELD LCDR CONRAD A. J. LANGLEY JR. LT KIM B, KILGORE 1 LT MICHAEL G. MALINICK LT LARRY M. GILLIS LT JOHN D. 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LAGUI AXC G. E. ZUMWALT AWI M. T. BAUGH AMSI C. P. GARZA R .Q-B..-K WR.-.,wR .M-vm AMEI S. G. OECHSNER AZI J. G. SHEETS NCI R. G. VAGLE AMEI R. L. YORK AMHI D. W. PETERS AOI J. F. TRUMAN MSI R. M. VIERNES AK2 M. D. AXINTO HMI D. R. REECE AOI L. D. TUCKER PRI R. WRATCHFORD AMS2 A. C. BELL YNI J. L. GRAW AMHI R J HAGGARD PNI G V JAVIER AEI R H KERR Axl w. s. LARDIN ADI R B MCNAMARA ADI v MORALES Awl s A MORTON .z' M' AMH2 s. M. BRABEC AMS2 B. o. BRADY AE2 G. w, BREWER lsz J. D. CARTER F U -- - ' V , .V H 11213,-x,.Q'-.2!'.i7,12-.'--, ,Y V 7 , , i E ig-.. .. 1 P P 5 E D 1 li 11 n H li 21 Y, x . . ,, v.. 4 - . -. v, -,.v.,A , . .., ..4.,,x L-, 1. . ..., ,.. . . ...V , A -. . ,,. . 3 ., V- - 'X " ' " " ''A"E'1T3r2-:illH-ffwfzimwatffz1':fsff1r1:5-:'?:.::-:,:Gf::2:41.2fv1:.f:e113:Q4i-.3314np-.:,:.:'::.'s:.-,z - ,141 Y, ff - .1 . 'r f-4 '- - .f1f.--- -..:.-v:..:1.1rHf-11'f1- " 4' .1 ' f " 1 ATAA B. COPE AEAA M. CORLIES AA B. J. CRAYTON AMSAA J. L. FRIZZLE ATAA R, D, SHELTON AA J. R. TACUJAN PNSA J. C. ALBRIGHT AR B. J. ELMORE ATAN S. L. WHEELING ATAN D. G. YASGAR ADAA T. E. MEYER AR A. E. ROGERS AN R. C. WHITE ADAA A. L. ADKISSON AA E. M. PAWLEY AR T. A. STREATOR AN W. E. WICKIZER AMEAA J. M. BERGMAN AMSAA E. F. REVITA AR B. L. TAYLOR HWGRLD WATCHERSH The "Whalers" of VQ-1 Det Bravo enjoyed yet another successful cruise with Air Wing Eleven while deployed aboard USS - . . . . ,C ,, . .. ENTERPRISE CCVN 651. After Joining the Big E in Hawaii, Det Bravo logged over 400 flight hours and 100 traps with its single EA-3B Skywarrior. VQ-1 Det Bravo, homebased at NAS Agana, Guam, consisted of 9 officers and 39 enlisted men and was commanded by LCDR Floyd Weaver, Officer-in-Charge. The EA-3B, affectionately called the "Whale," normally flies with a crew of seven, a pilot, navigator, evaluator, and f . . . . our sensor operators. The Whale, measuring 78 feet long with a wing span of 72 feet, is the largest and oldest aircraft operating off a carrier. The primary mission of VQ-l Det Bravo is Electronic Reconnaissance in support of Enterprise and Battle Group F t t . . . . . . . . ox ro operations, in order to obtain intelligence and information on areas of naval interest The squadron's normal area of responsibility extends from the West Coast of the U.S. to the East Coast of Africa, an assignment which has earned the squadron the nickname "World Watchers? LT J. P. C21rS0r1 LT R. M. Cummings LT D- L- Dean LT S. E. Nadcau LCDR F. R. Weaver LT G. L. Shiple LT R. D. Wilson LT P. C. Working AMSC A. J. Knight vQ- 1 X455 if ATI T. P. Kennedy AMHI E. A. Lacambacal ADI R. K. Mortimer AMEI D. M. Pcnrod AEI M. R. Rusinck AT3 J- Cysbulskl AZ3 B. T. Evans ABH3 s. M. Fuller ABE3 K. M. Lohr AT2 R. J. Bennett AT2 L. A. Coddington AD2 R. M. Etienne AMS2 M. J. Galusha 456fVQ-I AE3 R. D. Lounsbury AE3 R. E. Murphy Xxx N5 ... ., ,, . . .. . . .. '.... -. . n nv.. r 1 1 I , .. . , .., .. ....f.-.r+ A ., I . XXV. , f . nf PR3 D, P, Panis AE3 M. C. 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