USS Georgetown (AGTR 2) - Naval Cruise Book

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Sin re , Commander, U.S. Navy Commanding Officer USS GEORGETOWN CAGTR-21 TI-IIS CRUISE BOOK IS PRDUDLY DEDICATED, BY TI-IE CREW OE THE USS GEORGETOWN TDCMHQDEPARTWM3CDMMANDWMBOEEKER,CDMMANDERG.P.GEBLER,USN. GUMMA NDING 0 FIBER l COMMANDER OERARD P. OEBLER UNITED STATES NAVY Commander Gerard Paul Gebler, U. S. Navy, was born in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, on Janu- ary 30, l926. l-le graduaTed from The Pennsylvania MariTime Academy in i945 and his firsT duTy assignmenT was aboard The USS HARRY E. BAUER CDM-Qoj. l-aTer he served in The USS E-PCER 1351 unTil his assignmenT To MoTor Torpedo BoaT Squadron ONE. Following a Tour wiTh The EleeT Training Group aT GuanTanamo Bay, Cuba, he was assigned To The USS BENNINOTON CCVS-QOD in The Pacific, he reTurned To The ConTinenTal UniTed STaTes as head of The Engineering OeparTmenT aT Officer's CandidaTe School, NewporT, Rhode lsland. Following Tours wiTh DesTroyer Squadrons FOURTEEN and SIXTEEN, Commander Gebler served aboard The USS OGLETHORPE CAKA-TOOD as OperaTions Officer and laTer was assigned To The office of The Chief of Naval OperaTions. Before being ordered To GEORGETOWN he served as ExecuTive Officer aboard The USS UVALDE CAKA-881. Commander Oebler resides wiTh his wife Roseanne in Norfolk, Virginia. They have Three children. it EXEGUTIVE UFFIDER LIEUTENANT COMMANDER JAMES J. BLDEDORN UNITED STATES NAVY L-ieuTenanT Commander James J. Bloedorn, U. S. Navy, was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, aTTended schools in WesT Allis, Wisconsin, and was graduaTed in 1956, wiTh a BA Degree from CarleTon College, NorThfield, Minnes'oTa. l-le was commissioned as an Ensign in l957 aT The NCJVY Officer CandidaTe School, NewporT, Rhode lsland. LieuTenanT Commander Bloedorn served in OperaTions on board The USS HENRY W. TUCKER CDDR-875i, as Engineer Officer of USS VEGA CAE-592, and as Repair Officer aboard USS EOR- RESTAI. CCVA-591. l-le was aboard The EOQRESTAL in The Gulf of Tonlcin on 29 July V957 when fire and explosions engulfed The ship. Eor his acTion in combaTing The fire, Liewfefiom' Commander Bloedorn received a commendaTion from The Commander in Chief, U. S. PGCWC Fleel- He has served ashore aT The U, S, Naval STaTion, Treasure Island, San Erancisco. l I LieuTenanT Commander Bloedorn is auThorized To wear The American Defense Service and Mi.eT- nam Service Medals. l-le and his wife, Ellena and daughier Karin reside in Virglnlo Beech' V"9'n'0- , I 91: ..',y'f2L .gk Q The Deck DeporTmenT is responsible Tor deck seomonship os well os The operoTion oT The ship's' booTs ond The hondling of ossigned weoponry. The GEORGETOWN is equipped wiTh Two nylon sTocl4less-Type onchors ond oll merchonT Type onchor geor. The onchor windless ond copsTon, unlike mosT of Those in The Novy Todoy, is sTeom roTher Thon diesel powered. The ship is supplied wiTh oll nylon lines ond hos on experimenTol nylon Towing howser. The ship hos Two Tive-Ton copociTy corgo booms os well os o boThyTherm- ogroph boom. The Three ship's booTs ore of The loTesT Tibergloss c:onsTruc:Tion ond consisT of o 33-TooT personnel booT, 0 33-TooT uTiliTy booT eoch wiTh o copociTy oT 45 persons ond o 26-TooT moTor whole booT wiTh o copociTy of l5. The ship's Ql self-inTloTing rubber liTe roTTs hove o ToTol copociTy oT 3l5. Firepower is noT one oT The GEORGETOWTXVS primory oTTribuTesg The ship is equipped wiTh Tour .20 millimeTer Twin mounTs ond Two .50 Coliber mochine guns. DECK DEP RT MEN T Anur- LTJG J. FLACK X-,J 1 S. Akers, BM3 L. Jeffers, BM3 R. Porwoll, BM3 W. Sh t B 1f:r"11!s-"Eff" .1 ,Ulu nu 1 -55' -H5 wife'-fri W. Smith, GMG3 L. Easter, SN W. Enyart, SN C. E I K. Keesee, SN T. Massa, SN J. McC1enny, SN E. Nix SN D. Perry, SN J. Raines, SN M. Smith, SN P. Kayser, SN G- Selby. SN R. Sheffield, SN M' ENS J. WAT TERS J. Olson, GMGZ S. Wallace, BM3 ' -gakv' 'I . .Q-, Q-1 l 2 34? LT FINOTTI LTJG J. DAVIES ENS D. McDOWELL ENGIN ERING DEP RTMEN T UYUU and Your new division officer should get along reol well. Chief . . . he's an engineer too." The maior engineering equipment ofthe GEORGETOWN is that which was originally installed in l9ll5, and is of more than passing interest since it is of a type rarely found in the Navy today. Two header- type boilers of two hundred andfifty pounds per square inch maximum pressure provide the steam to power the triple expansion engine that drives the single power screw. The GEORGETOWN is CGpGlJle of making ll.3 knots at flank speed, at flank speed the capacity of the fuel tanks would permit the ship to steam for seventy-six days continuously without refueling. An automatic reversing engine allows the ship to back down from flank speed to dead-in-the-water -in less than five minutes. The ship has three 350 kw generators, one used exclusively for the vast array of electronics equipment. Also available is an automatic emergency generator. For the making of fresh WGTGF GEORGETOWN is equipped with two of the latest flash evaporators, each with a 500-gallon per hour capacity. The Engineering Department is made up of two divisions, M Division and R Division. M Division per- sonnel are responsible for the operation and maintenance of the main engine, boilers, destilling pumps and evaporators, R Division personnel are responsible for the operation and maintenance of all air con- ditioning equipment, electrical equipment, outside repair, internal communications, carpentry and welding. i ' a 1,-A . . "mf . DIVISIU P. M0raleS, BT1 L. McReynolds, MMI A. Hidaldo, BTZ A. Randle, MviZ G. Blackwell, BT3 L. Caffee. BT3 D. Ledford, BT3 P. Smith, MM3 D. Sheridan, BT3 B, Cahoon, FN R, G1-ay, FN B. Harris, FN G. Jeffrey, FN q, E. Naylor, FN D. Pinnick, FN R. 568-H18-HS, FN D. Shipman, FN F. Spindler, SN T, Full, FA W- FOX. FP- 1, T, Perry, S1-'1 C. Whitfield, EN1 F. Diaz, EMI! C. Twist. SFM-5 L, Wheeler, MR2 K. Barley, IC3 K. Carrol, IC3 E. Creswell, EMS 2 'sv ..,,.,,1 1 4 1 ' I L F 410.1-:Il ' 4 fzyx, I '41 R. Hamilton, MM3 J. Jenkins, BMS R. Kuhnert, IC3 L. Lindeman, EN3 DIVISIU J. Mrmtanona, DC3 S. Schaeger, EM5 D. Sutero, DC3 T. Zimmerman, Ivlfvii J. Anderson, FN ,ac 7 -as T. Gilham, FN R. llofaclcov, FN 0, Lymg, FN R. Miner' FN p. Wills, FN 1 HMC K. O'B rien EXEGUTI VE DIVISIU The ExecuTive Division isdirecTly responsible To The ExecuTive Officer ond is responsible for The odminisTroTion of The personnel records of The ship. The Medicol DeporTmenT is olso o porT of The ExecuTive Division ond is responsi- ble, under The Commanding Officer, for moin- Toining heolTh of The personnel of The command ond for making inspecTions incidenT To hygiene ond soniToTion offecTing The command. Tucker, PHL S. Clements, YN3 F'!Y! 195,444 f , Pike, YN3 D. Prosser, PC3 , Shambo, PN3 R. Vex-ba, HMB UPERA TID S . new diff? The CombaT InTormaTion CenTer and Navi- gaTional TuncTions Tall wiThin The adminisTra- S M Tive organizaTion of The OperaTions DeparTmenT. The CIC is The nerve cenTer of The ship where combaT inTormaTion, gaThered by radar, visual sighTings, and messages are ploTTed on sTaTus boards, evaluaTed, and disseminaTed To The bridge. Safe navigaTion is accomplished Through ceIesTial and TerresTiaI means and by use of The T faThomeTer, Ioran, and boTh The gyro and mag- ? neTic compasses. LT R. Jo:-xNsoN ENS M, OLSON S L1 . 9 - "95- QQ X sq Q ,S X691 V' Shi' in warg... vu Till. nmvnexronn' QM-3 J. Kilcummings KMC C Harbin S. Frotton, SMI R. Carney, RDZ L. Downing, RMI! VV, Gilliam, RM3 G. Carter' QM3 C' Fields. RD3 15' R. Harris, QM3 J. Facenda, QMSN S. Feketic, SN R. French, SMSN J. Horstmz-Ln RMSN D Benson RDSA SUPPLY DEP RTMENT R. Cole CSC R. Dieu 'The TuncTion of The Supply DeparTmenT is To Teed, Th 1 n c o e, provision, pay and supporT The nearly 300 per- Sehhel Gboord The GEQRGETOWN. To accomplish This There are Three golleys which prepare over 300,000 meals CJ yeOI'- When The GEQRGETOWN puTs To sea, There is enough food To lasT Tor l50 days wiThouT replenishing. The GEORGETQWN has iTs own machines To make boTh ice cream and soTT ice cream. The crew's berThing area is provided wifh modern NORTHAMPTUN-Type bunl4s. Each man has his own locker and bunk lighT. The well equipped laundry has Tour presses, compared To The one usually provided on a desTroyer. EighT hundred pounds of laundry is done each day on The GEORDGETOWN. ' The Supply DeparTmenT also manages The barber shop, soda TounTain and ship's sTore, which does 5lO0,000 a year business, The proTiTs of which go To provide recrea- Tional TaciliTies Tor The crew. E. Datan,SDl R. Hoffman, DKI. J. Wheeler, SHI F 1-:d csz H sm IJ 1 lx N .11 en: M, muon, CS3 5- Gamino- SD3 A' Jewell' SK3 Gggin T if QBL L. Lencioni, CS3 C. Nunley, CS3 M. Belton, CSSN J. Vincente, SD3 Galioo, TN r' ' L. Gavin, SN R. Jallores, TN L. Leicht, SN A, Logan, SKSN R. McCutchan, SN C. Mitchall. SHSN W. Muljey, SKSN F. Padojino, TN S. Rogers, SN I WU!! A577 ' 91 1 - "R -six. f R naw G 9 " ,f s " '55 ., , ' F ' i Q A ,Z 5, 4' v , . . 5 1 gi r ' : A. Tartarxlla, SN R. Tsosxe, SN A. Vargas, TN 'ff ' If .,W,.'f7' H 4 M 1 44' ll? Am N ff OW 5 ' A . I I I N 6 L ,441-.u ' vw. - 1 LCDR T. O'D-EA CTC R, Delfox A We A gcc ...Q-' CTC D. Donnaw F- L. I? DIVISIU The Research DeparTmenT is The largesT on The ship and is assigned The responsibiliTy for carrying ouT The basic mission of The GEORGE- TGWN, which is To conducT Technical research operaTions in supporT of Navy elecTronic research proiecTs, which includes elecTromagneTic propa- gaTion sTudies and advanced communicaTions sysTems, such as lunar saTelliTe communicafions. To accomplish This mission, The GEORGE- TOWN is configured wiTh sixTy various Types of The mosT modern and complex TransmiTTing and receiving anTennae which connecT To over seven million dollars worTh of elecTronic equipmenT, including a varieTy of radio TransmiTTers and receivers, elecTronic counTermeasures equip- menT, recording devises Cincluding a video Tape recorder, The recording head of which alone cosTs Ten Thousand dollars To replacel, facsimile equipmenT for prinTing weaTher maps, and The mosT modern of elecTronic shops Tor The caring of all This equipmenT. il F75 QQ ff A-XX N fix? TQ' T :Cn U Division OFFICE ' D x, QQ T "I rake it from your reaction my reason for emergency leave is insufficient?" ,- --...T . grf. ga. V 'f . 1.4214- I' T - i 'E T 4 . , , YW T. i ,Q in N5 T 3 i EQ- Silk- -f' -:i-:':y'f-:vat IQ, TJ, -.1 M a1a"'i'-as T . f- '. .-1 -ijri . 13327 M-4-3A'.j,, gh. -M fi is-fs: 14-- ell D. lia.x'lJv'1', 4,"1'1 TU. Luc, I 1.i VJ- -l WTS' CF3 D Y l '. .omson, CT3 Q i LT J, LEWIS CTC W. Hutcheson R0 DIVISIU E. Wysocki, CT1 B. Burch, CTZ R. Castleman, CT3 D. Chorba., CT3 D. Cole. CT3 C. Hardin. CT3 A, Hoaglund, CT3 M. Messick, CT3 J. Peters, CT3 P. Schlitsey, CTSN X AX NG' XX' A x I 5 ,243 I 3 Q, o W 9 I Z f 4 X' ,, , ,iw W QQ 19. K LT R. TODARO RE DIVISIU Halpin, CT1 R. Kline, CT1 D. Biediger, ETRZ D. Greene, ETNZ J. Knight, ETN2 G. Radzicki, CTMZ D. Schlare, CTZ J. Chegwidden, CT3 W, Goff, CT3 J. Kirkpatrick, CT3 W. Moyer, CT3 A. Peck- C-T3 F l""' 'f' Pr'-'LO CTE . L.,f- M, Rees, CT3 R. Conklin, CTSN J. Otis, CTSN 1 RR crcs Dishman LT J. MAGLLL F. MacDonald, CT1 J. Starling, CTL R. Burrown, CTZ M. Cain. CTZ J. Chastain, CTZ M. Choate, CTZ J. Coughlin, CTZ G. Martin, CTZ W. Redenbarger, CTZ R, Spaulding' CTZ P, Sutgqnl CTZ J. Sclmgio' C-I-3 C. Watson, CTZ I... Work, CTZ J. Barnes, CI'3 M. Coppock, CI'3 'mv-,, av. s . G. Desotelli, CT3 W. Dow, CT3 L. Earls, CT3 J. Fehrn, CT3 1-'nv '3 RJ D. Forte, CT3 C. Gordon, CT3 Jensen, CT3 T. Kavalauskas, CT3 G. King, CT3 J. Madden, CT3 D. Matthews, CT3 F. Munger, CT3 M. Patterson, CT3 D. Prey. CT3 M. Rocoberto, CT3 R. Sawyer, CT3 J. Briley, CTSN i 3-fa -f-3 D. Lemmon, CTSN G. Murray, CTSN w. Pickett, CTSN P. Sutton, CTSN M- Verner. CTSN I EEL-v.'Nk' , l FW-. fy eff. 9' '12 f ' is '1 . 1 ' 95 2 5 ' ' fix' ' ',-, 1, 4 1 f EX 6 5 51 1 fl ., K' Q l W 6 ' ff' Lv " A fl! 11 Q , , , , i , Nu , , f U J X, ll f 0- Y - 4 -A. f 4 'I gh., l x a n j f M fm 'Z' .' ' on . . , y c b 1 -sf lf, 10 y X 4 . I :Q UQ N , I ' w 1 X I t ju 'I LJ' j1 . ti 7.15 f -VNWU-l!'f5g1 090 7 V If l' V! f .2-'J ' , 'F P - f 47 ". . . and then this gang of foreign agents ,ti-575 grabbed me and took me to their hideout, ,DMM ' 'Z J' where they commenced to ply me with X what seemed suspiciously like alcoholic ,, f- - t?ll beverages and 'hey ' I .,, What do you mean the :re is ou WO L. Boyce RT DIVISID ff' dpi- Q--'- g -...--""' x... '.... ?i NX ,..-:T Y---' X i X-ui-'L mir-' QF- R. Dobson, CTI H. Hallett, CTI M. Ivey, CTI K '-" .ii X 'Qi-' ...- --nQ Y - .537 --xg,-f'-"" -f LMC! IT Q , .. Z- ,V-1 2 f-f -M Iif 1 -,X , ,4 .m G. Kimble, CTI S. Whitehouse, CTI R. B1-una, CTZ E. Clark, CTZ C J I ,Cf c D. Dilley, CTZ J. Faltz, CTZ J. Fazekas, CTZ L. Hill, CT2 1 J. Johnson, CT2 T. Kruse, CT2 G. Oakes, CTZ G. Peart, CT2 S. Pittman, CT2 P. Beckley, CT3' J. Dusell, CT3 W. Elems, CT3 R. Fale, CT3 R, Genellig' CT3 R, Groshong, CT3 B, Johnson, CT3 E. Kern, CT3 R. Marvin, CT3 M. McNeeley, CT3 J. Merrill, CT3 ' 1 I 1 1 P. Neff, CT3 V. Scala, CT3 J, Schwab, CT3 R. Sutton, CT3 I... Trexlee, CT3 .3 F. Bomsh, CTSN L. Dean, CTSN R. Hanson, CTSN w. Johnson' CTSN R- McNair' CTSN ADMIIMLS VISIT i GEGPGETQWN welcomes Admiral Holmes. Prior to GEOPGETOWINVS deployment, we were honored with visits from four of the Atlantic Fleet's highest ranking officers, Admiral E. P. Holmes, Commander- in-Chief, U.S. Atlantic Fleet,Vice Admiral B.,l. Semmes, Commander, SECOND Fleet, Rear Admiral Pickett, Deputy Chiet ot Staff, U.S. Atlantic Fleet, Rear Ad- miral B. W. Sarver, Commander Service Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet, and our own Commodore, Captain W. D. Chadwick. i I f i Ci ' l i - CC MCA, i 'f i i 1 . N l 1 . N 'i Q.,' A iw: , C C' C l 5 'lf' z C , ' f i K F P13 w A--A W4 l MC F-.1 K- f K 1 C .fiiqifl -C C ' V ' C ' , T , 31 New - ' - C 2"""m':1wv15"L -' I . fig THE GEURGETUW l"'Y"l"' Q, 1 T fp 4 W" . "assi P' K .4 ' i LL! .M dui.. Pear Admiral Sarver Admiral Holmes and party talk with Commander Gebler. pauses for a chat. Rear Admiral Sarver and Commander Gebler discuss GEORGETOWN. Tlwe CapTain explains To Qear Admiral l3icl4eTT Tlwe sTory surrounding - our relugee raTT as CapTain SmiTlw and LQDR Bloedorn look On, T x Uv Y ,nf ,, ..,A X' . Rear Admiral Picl4eTT inspecTs is The berlhlng Comporlmem' Commander Gebler welcomes Vice Admiral Semmes To GEORGETOWN. 11' UL E 1 "Yes sir GEOQCPTGWN can do ii-I" "Slie's one ol The besT in The Fleet" LEIIVING NURFULK-17 SEPTEMBER 1968 VW comes cboord. a . Amin. Tug arrives. I 4 LOST mirmufe good-byes. "--. N -S 4 Depermderws leave The ship. The brow comes oboord. 'R -,-r -ldv I . I I -J Ju' JSE' 1 Q 'rw Fig , 1 ' . , ,, 'g A 1 - A? K I lg L -2 if s J .L 5 . ,vi S 3' E if .. L AND WE'l? 0 F AGAIM.. PUHT UF SPAIN, TRI ID D Seavvard view of PorT-of-Spain. Trinidad's rolling hills. PorT-of-Spain, Trinidad - The mosT souThernly oT The WesT Indian Is- lands, lies 7 miles off The easTern coasT of Venezuela. Discovered by Colombus on his Third voyage, The island has been occupied or claimed by Spain, France, The NeTherlands and The UniTed Kingdom. Claiming independence in l96l, Trinidad seT up a bi-cameral legislaTure and drew up a consTiTuTion. Today Trinidad's economy relies on exporTs oT peTroleum and sugar. l3orT-of-Spain has an esTimaTed populaTion oT l00,000. ' H035 STorehouse Tor Trinidad's number one business - imporTfexporT. One of The many sfeel drum l,ar:ds. 'TRUSSING THE LINE " "Crossing The Line" is an ancienT TradiTion of sailors ThaT daTes back hundreds of years, GEORGETOWN was TirsT visiTed by King NepTune and his Honorable Royal RarTy h crossed The eguaTor sTeaming Tor Africa. The Pollywogs on TO OcTober l968 OS S G d h H bl Shellbacks lThose lThose who have never crossedj greaTIy ouTnumbere T e onora e who have crossed beforej. The scenes ThaT Tollow are iusT a Tew of The acTiviTies ThaT k b h W s and Shellbacks busy Tor Two days. The day prior To crossing was spenT epT oT og preparing The Wogs and Ship Tor King NepTune's visiT. On The day of crossing, King NepTune and his Royal lRarTy carrie aboard To hold audience wiTh his prospecTive sub- ' T IT Took a loT To geT some of his new subiecTs in presenTable condiTion, buT by 'ec s. The Time The morning was over we had over 250 new Shellbacks wiTh clipped heads, aching bodies and clean souls To prove iT. King NepTune s subiecTs eagerly awaiT The arrival oT The CapTain and Davy Jones review The WOGS his ernissary Davy Jones. K' PSZQ 'gs- T, lf f gg The CapTain and Davy Jonog gre CTC B h V R i A . Swrrownded by oeoreoerovvm love-lies. mm GS T e OW SS SN Pogers walks The Royal Dog CLT Johnsonj. SN Massa and "Qscar" enioy Q WQITZ 'rs' 'U""" 4 19' P' 'Cr -4 Ni , y 3 I "' W ,,,. 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IIIN INKV NYYIAYIU .410 'Ill inlrnm ,myskrrics ufilgc Anrirnt mrhrr of Qlyrllhurks ,I - , urn ll uvuncxxmn sf71.11,,-.,1...f1l.,4f.-....f.u,Js.....7.Ll.,.1, , -Qvffx, ,.--..J..ll. 1.l'.ml.J..-.l.J...,..,l,, fan l1-.flf-f-.Jf.. I.. u,.,,m-.3 Y I 7' Y , ' In qi., DIXIIHLY lllll YIRDLK I NULIK 'PlN.1Lll'lil UL R lfl'I1'.ll. lIIV"l.LAJL KL , 3 rl J , . W s , K, 9 'X ,v it Zmyyffu Zmfhw 12:71-P ' I , - " ni-. gim.w.i.45l1. 'K-run up ni qv.:-.. xl-H: -114--f---1 E. I. Gill King Neptune ond his Queen receive slimy 3 Wogs. if F' . .1 -i --If: The Cuddly Royal Baby Gif L-sf , . lr E 'x 'u l 7' pf' 4 . v .-1 'mi "--mm. Q 0 hiv,---Q n l-N 1,833 'll 1 l ei . av, V, 'J , gl ,g.,..,i, QEr1' g: b Q- K.. .,.. A'1?'. v 4 I F2 'E-, ff? ,, 1 '-4' Qx 3- I V. gg-2 .--.ei-.af-4 J' l 1 1 Af-1 fu ,ffiia I' 4 LUURENGU-MARQU S 0 AMBIUUE .nl J T 'ir psf ..i-l Lourenco-Marques, Mozambique - Goverried by PorT- ugal, Mozambique isrT'T The Typical Africa. IT is roughly Twice The size of California. Lourenco-Marques, or l-, M, as iT is called, is siTuaTecl in The souTherri mosT parT. As is mosT of Africa, The weaTher is hoT. GEORGE- TOWN eriioyed Thfee VlSllS To L. M. Being a relaTively modern CiTy, L. Nl. offers plenTy of sighT-seeing, shop- ping and rTighT spoTs for eriTerTairimeriT. .41 - s - .T - - I . II I H M I II . -W. 'VPS 'Wlri ,fi ,x , ,', ,L- frh I1 . One o e many car edrais. Capraln Gebler welcomes Porruguese Commgnder 'U POVTUQUSSS Commander and Caprain inspe-CT GEORGE-fOWN'S Honor Guard. Memorial To fin.,-f -111-381 uuunnup-. em... '24 "U - wus rnmunr new sv Musa: - ,. A nu unnu -u an was ' - ., f- f- 'z X -Q., -mr M-gzzf ' ' 31 41 , ' f- ,, ,,., K Q15 .. f Q' ,M ff K.. I I . -fx 2457511 3 ZF! iam l o5.,.,. , . .. , . K N Q I -f..-uqqnw-'f """"'i' "" z vu...1Nr'.-1'-'f-'M Qnpnv -- Wm . , V ,...,.,A...-...W K... vw -.. Q I n n "-. 42... . Q y 1 V r E , qs- ,Y . X If I 'fin'-' 1 i -fs: e -erigriiff r Lourenco-Marques' CiTy Hall The pioneers of Mozambique. -- RorT l.ouis, MauriTius - An independenT naTion MGVOV VISIT GEORGETOWN wiThin The BriTish CommonwealTh, MauriTius is on island lying SOO miles easT of Madagascar in The Indian Ocean, iusT above The Tropic of Capricorn. lTs area of 720 square miles is roughly Two-Thirds The size of Rhode Island. ApproxirnaTely 800,000 inhabiTanTs populaTe The ancienT volcanic island. lTs governmenT consisTs of a Council of Ministers and a LegislaTure. While inporT MauriTius, GEORGE- TOWN was honored by a visiT from The Mayor of P0rT Louis. GEGRGETOWN spenT Thanksgiving in MauriTius Thankful for Turkey To eaT insTead of Their exTincT Dodo bird. l.iberTy boaT Takes shoppers ashore A Crew relaxes near MauriTius Beach. . 3555 QV??iT',f ge Thanksgiving dinner aboard GEQRGETQWN' at , , '. 51' pit., , " w If sg .T DODO BIRD Seaward view of MauriTius mounTains. .M. AGAIN AND AGAIN ChrisTmas found GEORGETUWN several Thousand miles from The STaTes. lmprovising as besT we could, we celebraTed ChrisT- mas and The New Year. l.. M. had many visiTors from SouTh Africa and many acTiviTies To keep us busy. The sporTs car rally and bullTighT were The Two highlighTs of This our second sTop in l.. Nl. e'a -- 1 , -1 I .' f, f ,J -'sz "ffl !ll'll"' 'li f v ll ...Q wil CTSN Merrill and SMSN French " Deck The Halls." ' ...drug 'V CT3 Williams, YN3 ClemenTs and CT2 l9earT decoraTe The Tree. .. ,, .. 3' -f T , J' 5' '- ' Tlli Y-" K ,, : 95,W A J '-- ff! ' V . ff, ' Mm' B21 1. A W f T "no: :..,.., V -, , " 'VIS v -W," T fi Ai.. M' i Mu, ' ii ' 'v"Hf'? ., ., -, .,-f.. . .4 , i-.. .fi ., W if W -. , fi J m.Laf:-11 : T I 3,1213 . A "Uh There's no place like home Tor The holidays." SporTs car race in Lourenco-Marques I rm 'is A M "Car 541, where are you?" ...-as-si T..-.f-w.-----v-'i ' '- ,.....-A..-V , ,Aw,.,,, -M .,:,, -..,,...f..e . V ' Q v . ...,.. g -A,,,fj.-- ill- 4. This sure is a nice sloT car seT you have Wx LUURENGD - MA R00 8 4'fi 'vf'f --,1v---- " H w ' !7'.'v'.'1 ' ' . N fi' 9524. If Q my K 'Hmm D 'al' ' 1, -.l A 4, j,f E CEFQVEJA JS .. ig qliagvr 34?-1 T I ' -1 1 4 X' Q: -In bf. ,.m. Q .,,, 17' . - -50-. :bi M 'V .r .Sqn X Q.. Q . wx, - ,' ' ' -' P ' .uv The pomp ond Pogeonfry begin. 5 ufirlfmlf H1314 ' VN F11 ,Q-W-9' :an Q Q uw . W AAJL l" "' 54 f .93 ' 2 9' ' . - 1' "'1l1"l.1' .if.f',P "" 'gigs fu-,E - , , if - M,-.Tv--...f - 7 'IM-.., "' - F . T in-x .Y . , ...,.. '-f-gn- , v-L , , M uf . "' ' v7JI""" " . A , 1v.,,:...,.- , - ' 0 ',--,f-- ,-f-.'b 'IQ k - Li - .,.- ut.,a.1-+,.' ,, .1 L 1 "' '1wl3."'-.. - .,V' 1+ .., f 5' - A -'-vu:-Q-1--' L4 xx- -' W-A ' fo 111 . S g. 1 f' . Xixxx Q--2-5-N X N if 'ik , M N - X' I If I I I jf- Ili-: ,, A 1 Aw ' 'k': b 4' N A :grande heh va-. L ' 'AL ff OLE' -,-""n5'!i- '4 0 be-msn V H-.. w-v..:' -Vx .-hw. -K' - W ,, - - -., '- -Nu .' 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M "'fI"f'Vf", J . - -'W , 11. . ,. . ., 1, . , -ns tx. ,Q '..snQh1..Jik. un, Lf 4 1 Vim' ' ,,.- . ' ., f ' ff--A 1.-,.""'5'--'T 0 wr I' J. ff! rg, , -..W v..-....-..-....-.f 4-.f--.qi-1---nu-nf ai V .lv A ' 1 4 9' L ,NP If? 1' - L' .M-V H' WWW 'V fn -.-' ' ,r , 11.1 t , if fl i f "f x - ff.-4-.fpmipfvv --NM' 'gf 6 , . J A E K, , , Q., ,,,, ' P4 ,M ' .uVfi" 'sq' "W" 7' gn-1 'Q , . ,. ..g4,",,,-.nu - -' . I .t . , , ulluunvu-,funn vluvv l v , vs-va-wvww-ug! " ' 'V""" A I -Pix ..,,.- 55 , 1 GEORGETQWN was enTerTained by a group of Fado Singers. The group broughT folk music and warm hearTs. Whiie in L. M. our Tire parTy goT a chance To prove Their Training. STanding by To render assisTance To The local auThoriTies in TighTing a suipher Tire on The pier, GEORGETOWN displayed Their readiness. Biding Africa a fond adieu we seT sail across The ATlanTic: Tor Brazii. Q di T-5 A Recife, Brazil - The "Venice oi Brazil" lie s l,l2O miles norTh of Rio de Janeiro on The 'easT coasT of Brazil, GEORGETOWN was TorTanaTe enough To visiT Recife during Their famous carnival week. ,loinin ' Th ' Q in on e exciTemenT and splendor, GEORGETOWN enioyed several days oi celebraTing and relaxing on Brazilian beaches. 'rw " L A ---+--Qs i gr Ll ' T Ln.-A Mi z To T Gne of The many channels of Recifeij i , 4 'Mi GEQRGETOWN pulling inTo Recilre. CTSN McNair and CTJEGTGVS ioin in on The celebraTion. x .' , xx - ji a' N. 33 Q gf - r. Af' . ,ff 4 ' "HALT, if '55, X ' if x E 5 ' -, . s,..., V., Q '-2 1 of 15 fl. i X" X .,f, A 0 it Hg, N, Helo makes is approach with GEORGE-l'OWN'S NSW Shlppef- 3 i l EM2 Diaz departs on leave- -5 by ' df ' .- GEORGETOWN received her prospective Commanding Officer and mail during a helo lift oft San Juan, Puerto Rico the first of March. This was the last leg ot our long and unique cruise. From here our next stop was Norfolk. V , UZ W ,i, , 2 ' If 'V , I r""'Mv GEORGETQWN receives mail. Once again, after a long absence, GEORGE- TOWN saw her lwomeporf. Wives, sweeflwearfs, parents and friends lined The pier To welcome l'1er lwome. Y f'fig1.Vqf ,fwfr Q3 c A ff 'W .. " aci' -we li. W "3 11 ' , V r HOME... Q 1 ' nv 4 'S 4 'E A for enrering porT." Wives and sweeTl'iear'rs eagerly awaii Tlneir GEORGETUWN sailor. o A "Now all lwands man The rail ,.,.,.. N l l 'tr if -lsl:i"'v -JZ" Commodore Chadwick and Capiain Peters Pier 5, NCB. OWOlTS The' Big "G" Welwme GEOQGETOWN home. CT3 Gordon is welcomed home. Copfoin Gebler greefs his wife ond fomily. ETR2 Moore gets his welcome home kiss. x iim X - K 2 Q , K 'ihx-J .4 'W ' -.-1 5 X O . . g i .5 'lllv I 1 f br' wa J fi Amd SO We ended o long ond unusual cruise. AT LAST!! 'M Caprain Spore addresses change of command audience 3 fi Commander I-oclqey reads his orders. Qn 12 March 1969, CDR Richard l-l. Lackey, USN, relieved CDR Gerard P. Gebler, USN, as Commanding Qfficer, USS GEOQGETGWN Cf-XGTR-25. CapTain Spore, Chief Staff Cfficer, COMSERVLANT gave The address as GEORGETOWN said good-bye To one Caprain and welcomed a new one. Commander Gebler reads his orders and gives his farewell address. Commander l-ockey assumes command. U5 TF fJ'fr'z' 1 f C X X if ff Q C Commander Gebler 0 O nd Commander Lockey share in The cake-calling ceremonies Following change of command. REGREA Tl0 CT3 Dusell loads for skeeT shooT. H A Sunday backyard cookouT. ww 'T' 'nr While Ufidefwfly, GEORGETOWN enioys acTiviTies of leisure and exercise. Gur mosT popular evenTs were skeeT shooTs 0 smoker, a rousing TooTl:nall game in one of our foreign porTs and of course - eaTing. Spending leisure hours like This helps 'pass The Time and keep you physical ly and menTally busy. T CT3 Williams Tries his luck. nfl-no-ax """"""""" STarved Troops Till Their plaTes wiTh chow. ,- - .' K - V- ' ' ' "A-'Y RR Division Takes on all comers during TooTball game in Lourenco-Marques. W The long awaiTed smoker. -E wi - K? CT3 Pe-Terson and MM3 LOHQ W seTTle Their differences. BEARD GRD WING DD TEST Neafe sf Nice Try SFM2 Twisf, LTJG Davies and Besf Curl ies? X Fallest Just a few of The many parficipanfs. HDDTENANNY AND SING-A-LD G Our sfowaway bandifos. CT2 Hanshaw entertain The Troops. DIV NE 8 RWD 8 Shipmafes worship Togerher during Profesranr Lay Services. E l-T Moglll leads Coihollc l-GY S9"VlCeS-H Divine Services, boTh Proresranf and Carholic, are held each Sunday when GEORGETOWN is underway. This pro- vides an excellenf opporruniry for The crew members To unite in worship and fellowship. LT Magill, as Carholic Lay Leader, and LT Lewis as Profesranf Lay Leader, lead services for The differenf religions each week. LT Lewis and YN3 Clemenls provide scripture and music for The Chrisrmas program. The GEORGETOWN Gleeiflub, lefld by Ll JOWSOH- N . , gvvrfifi- , , ,S - GIF? R 1 'Ffa lei 401 Im w. X ,M - E1 V . 'T Lax ,+pu- ' - .01 ,.f if 2 Pm Sa Q A , f R. L XE, it Nfil 1 S K. gt 1 -. , - Q -W i + V ww A tlitf ' ,Q 5 f we r 1,47 P ' Q Q Sl, ij, S 5 22,7 R 4 - 4 ju ,BS X xx K 1 g Y u-n --4P X SolTy "BooTCl'1ief." "Are you sure Hs worth if?" CPU I ITIATIU "You . . . ah . . . been u chief for long?" CTC Hmchesom mmofed cs CPO. CTC Hufcheson receives congro'rUloTior1s ond 'well done' from The Copfoin. li l ,.,.4- il' M KL V. l M ,n v S. , ,A . - 1 .h M A I ' Q N- I' l I y fr . UU: Q I- 1. Q - 'E xy In Nusa., Kyiv '4-1p,,,,,,.- . V ,. . l 1 H , ' ' ' " A PCBA-Prosser busy with mail delivery. f f xi.. Q N All 5 ' , M A 'A ' . -2-ff xi If . Q Y -s 1 ,, D ,lun ,K A V Q .1 , 1, -. 1 -. , - 31. 3 y lk y - . l ' 'Q'-N-fi' A A 1. . sf: 15 ' fig fi HM3 ,Verba checks srerile eqaiprnenr. ,' .5- .. n!. CT2 Verdan gels a Clip from SN Tsasie. ,ff ras , Z 201' .- ,'ff"f'-.. -if 1 A CTCS Disliman and GEORGETOWN MAA Forfie. ,. Po , fi' Q, , L.: xxff ff, , .Xii ' ' " f Ni 4 QM3 Carter Takes a fix. PN3 Sriarnba and YN3 Pike Turn our work for Slrmipl' s Office. C32 Eder, C52 Sawyer and C83 Nunley prepare The evening meal. F . 1 2 SN MCClenny, BM3 Sraars Talae a Tip from The Caplain an boar winch. W A Sl-ll Wheeler checks over bills. Our liefld lZJOl49V- ql . ,,' :W Q " " "Q-VA-5... W' - . .M , ,...,... . . ' ,, -cg f-...,-, ra., Q' 1 , .n "' A K K- ww "' 'lah' .. .i 'A " ',. A , 'H - i -..,. - ,,.,- ., .s .., --,,-- ,- ,AM l, K ., ,li V -.- is , frm M ,... 1 ,-. . c ..4s..., M A-v. , - 1 -f-1, ,, rg ,ad .W if-CL: ' ' Q.:-n-.451 - f " A as-'--" ,fu-1' ,.. . , Q.. N' T. pai. .. 1.-V 4, 4-1-4. V, ,K-.f .L-so 22 Xcf- ' if F? 'lf 4 's k Q f S1 1, , cr QR' Auld A W 'K - .,. A -K - 4 ... . "4-so as ' 'J "' -- , ,, g K, ,W - - if V, , 4, -..,- ,. ....,.- ., 4, fs .4 .Q ,.-r ... ,..,s , - .,, . A - - , ,..- -- -M .- . , Ai.-v-1-,ft,,,.,., , X. f- .1 I A -I V-N "Y . ' Q-,-,. -. . ,. ft, .H - f 'v -emo---.V . 'C' 'Rl'- .,-'fb 1.1,- 'Pi-' 3, avril- an " Mounf 22 manned and ready for General Qaarfersf' rf ju J nfl LTJG Davies insfracrs repair parfy in Damage Control 3 cl. .50 caliber machine gun crew on Targef. Bridge personnel oailiiled for General Qaariers. De-conraminaiion Team in aciiofl. ,fn Simalafed casually, EM3 Schaefer. Crew relaxes in The Library. The pasfal mailing line is always lang lpl ' g f Mr K F X , . 2 X 2 "GJ l"' -2. 1 1 s, 37 ' X -lf all ' As CX? MQ f my li N Nzf 'E Jlll ' ll fl hx M.f" - 1 X "' . AEE ,l T l l 5 l irfifl lil, " x QL, -, ,A l , llfl F ,,l lll , e s--.1 - - :cf s X V Zf eig- , 'fl Gracious! I do believe l've got the old lhald.' Sherman and Peabody af WGTR-2. Vi' ' 'I Q fi' , CT s relox in " L" shoped room, vo-'W ...um d PC3 Prosser provided CT3 Johnson on 8- dh enferfoinmenf on GEORGETOWN rfldio Sfofion. ff-Xnofher Time, onoflwer place." ,sx J . 0 3 .. 'T' 1: gil: Q , 1 A X - O, "1 LT 1 nip' l , T v? ' ,K Q at, J b.. 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USS Georgetown (AGTR 2) - Naval Cruise Book online yearbook collection, 1969 Edition, Page 10

1969, pg 10

USS Georgetown (AGTR 2) - Naval Cruise Book online yearbook collection, 1969 Edition, Page 14

1969, pg 14

USS Georgetown (AGTR 2) - Naval Cruise Book online yearbook collection, 1969 Edition, Page 51

1969, pg 51

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