USS Monterey (CG 61) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1994

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JN, L Q 4 4 F... :,,' . .9-r"'e .L , 'i ..1l,far- 'dv 'us Cruise NDDTC 1 fm Table of 501112911115 Table of Contents . . . , , , ,1 SymbolismfHistory . . . , , .2 Commanding Officer . . . , , .3 Executive Officer ........ . . .4 Command Master Chief ......... . . . . . .5 Officers .............................................. 6 AdministrationfNavigationfMedical Department ...... 10 Operations Department ............................. 14 Combat Systems Department .... .... 2 6 Engineering Department ...... .... 2 56 Supply Department .... .... 4 5 Air Department .......... .... 5 0 Photography Contest Winner .... 53 Navy"s Birthday Party ..... ........................ 5 4 Faces of MONTEREY ............................... 56 Secretary of the Navy and Commander in Chief, U. S. Naval Forces, Europe Visit ........................ 58 Khaki Pizza Party ............ .... 6 4 Departure .................. .... 6 5 Palma De Mallorca .... .... 6 6 Bizerte, Tunisa ...... .... 7 2 Izmir, Turkey ...... --.- 7 3 Haifa, Israel ....... ---- 7 7 Volos, Greece ....... ---- 8 3 Civitavecchia, Italy . . . - - - -84 Toulon, France .............. .... 8 9 Malaga, Spain ................. .... 9 4 Babies Born While Deployed .... ---- 9 7 98 04 Homecoming .................. ..... Cruise Book Staff ........... S YMB OLISM . , lung over the saddle atop his famous white , , - his tvpical battle pose, leg S t red is General Zachary Tas lor 1n . I ic U ' - - . , r' emendence Hill, the turning point in the battle 0 Exilim 'Sold whmen' before thg1hi??df't dzfxffmlfffgff nlggsilve stone work protecting the city. f MONTEREY. In the background, ac Q1 . eneu-able defensive shield of the greek god i'Zeus". Over this hleld: The central shield represents AEGIE, e Empthrce dimensional CAM, Surface, and Subsurface, threat. The appears the Surface Warfare LOQOS Symb? lfgldlg This octagon is familiar to all who view the modern Wl1I'ShiP'S AEGIS elongated octagon covers this 5:11011 .a dark blue anchor characterizing seapower, Strength, and Navy Sophisticated liadar andy. ?i.2tE2I1i3lC03l2fIlZLC?1EI1c:51 by the aircraft carrier PI'9Vi0uS15' named MONTEREY' The Principle bravery and excellence as traits honored aboard QCG 612. V . . -1 f the nickname of General Zachary Taylor "Old ana- --Roron IN BATTLE XNDREAD1 IN PEACE comes rom d f - ' ' ' - ' les in Florida, an a ter used as a campaign .f- . - 1 -' -d in battle against the Sem1nO Rough and Ready , U hilll 11' "Inu Y . -. H , - . It t d States. slogan for his election to the office of President of the nl C SEAL l t l' r ns emblazoned upon '1 white oval enclosed bv a blue collar edged on tl1e outside with gold rope and teeou o a:..' ' pw 5 , Y v, Inscribed with the words FSS MONTEREY above and CG 01 below in gold ICUCYS- Z ll HISTORY Mt DNTER EY tt'ti til l. commemorates the battle fought on 20-24 September 1846 in the war with Mexico andthe heritage of previous Navy ships. ,hi h Ou the lllth of September. General Zachary Taylor. with a force of ti, 025 men, arrived at Monterey. The city W CA sprawled before Taylor presented a formidable aspect to the would-be conqueror. Monterey 's southern and eastern limits rested on the Santa t'atarina River. relatively safe from assault. Southwest andjust across the river from Nueva Le0ntS eupltal stood Federation lllll. from which a single-gun rcdoubt and Fort El Soldado commanded the city. Directly RCFUH5 the river from these works. and even more imposing. rose the precipitous Independeee Hill, boasting a sandbag l'Cd0Ubl on its western end and u fortress. liishop's Palace. on the east. North ofthe city stood Fort Black, a massive stone worklnll utouutlnq twelve guns. East of it. next to the river. was Fort Teneria with four guns and behind it, a well-manned, fortified tannery. Two hundred yards south stood Ifort Diablo. Throughout Monterey. houses were fortified with loopholes and - . ' ' tl suudbugs. and streets had been barrieaded. trarrtsoning the awesome labyrinth ofdefenses were 10, 000 regular tro0P5 If by General Pedro de .Xmpudla. Starting on the morning of 20 September. Taylor stormed the heavily defended city. The Bishop,s Palace fell for .hnerleuns ou 21 September. The .Xmericans were forced to take each house in succession, since the houses were solid 5 built and the street strongly barrieaded. The battle lasted until 23 Spctember, with the Mexican forces contesting CVUP' foot of ground until only the fitadel remained in their posscsion. On the morning of 24 September, General Amplldla surrendered. lle and his army were permitted to march out with honor of war. Three previous ships have been named MONTEREY: a screw tug which served in San Francisco Bav from 1863 to 18925 Monitor No. ti. which was commissioned in 1803. serving in the Spanish-American War and the Philippine Insllffectlom and the WWII aircraft earrier. FYI--26. Admiral IIalsey's flagship, which won 11 battle stars. The present MONTEREY is the sixteenth .X EGIS cruiser to-join thc fleet, and the fourth built bv Bath Iron Works ofB8lh1 Maine. She takes her place in the coordinated battle group utilizing her AEGIS weapons svistem SPY-1B radars SM'2 surface-to-air guided missiles. and SQQ-S0 ASW suite in defense .of the battle group agaivnst hostile aircraft, cruise missiles and submarines. MONTEREY has been designed and built to fight in a multi-threat environment and Possessesa new long run f' .' ik ' ' ' ' ' ' - - - x 5,-. str t tapabilnty tn her Tomahawk and Harpoon cruise missiles She also supports the LAMPS MK IU helicopter. ' ' MONTEREY was launched on 23 October 1988 and conducted her first sea trials on November 1989. MONTEREY was commissioned on 16 June 1990 at Naval Station M ' ' - - - ' A ay port. Florida Joining the 11.5. Atlantic Fleet. A ' " " ...a ,I i"""' fl X X "'--..... EAN 1 ' CAPTAIN J OH B. F GLEY III aptaln -lay l"oley is a native of l'lliladelpllia. l'.X where Ile attended l.a Salle College lligllScliool. Ilewascommissionedan lfnsign inthe l'nitedStates Navy through the NRUTIJ Regular program at the College of the lloly Cross in Worcester. MN in liltifi. llls first tour in the l'.5. Navy was in l'5SlAllXRI.lf5 lf t'lfl'll.tlDll-835i in Newport. Rl as llUlllllllllllL'illltDIlS Ufficer and subsequent ly as Uperations Officer. l"ollowing a short tour at Naval tifficerfaudidate School and complet ion ofl'.S. Naval Destroyer School. Captain lfoley reported to ISS ti't' X l.l, XIINN tlfl'-I05lj in January IU75 ill San Diego. CX where he served as Weapons Ufficcr until October l!l7ti. ln January ISP77. he assumed command of ISS Ql'.Xl'.XW t,X'l.lf-l ltij in Pearl llarbor. lll until .Nugust 1978. ln October H378 he was assigned to the Naval Military Personnel Command in Washington. Dt' asa Lieutenant foiumander detailcr until December l980. Captain Foley then returned to sea in July IUSI as lfxccutive Officer. ISS t',Xl,l,.-XGIIAN QIIINQ-9-1-'Uii1Saii Diego. CX. lu July l!l815he returned to Washington. DC as Deputy Director. Restricted l.iue and Stafftlirps .Xssignmcnt and Special Placement Division in the Naval Military Personnel Ctillllllillltl. Captain lfoley then served as special Nssistant to the .Xssistant Secretary of t he Navy lManpowcr and Reserve Affairs, for two years. Returning to sea duty in July 1086. Captain lfoley was ordered as Commanding Officer. CSS ISSTUCIN tlflfti-151. in Plliladelpliia. l'.X. Following his Commander Command tour. Captain lfoley was assigned as head. Washington Placement Branch in the Bureau of Naval Personnel until March 1991. Ile was subsequently assigned as Chief of Staff and lfxecutive .Xssistant to the Deputy Chief of Naval Personnel! OP-0113. Captain Foley assumed command of CSS MONTEREY CCG filj in July 1992. Captain Foley wears the Legion of Merit. Meritorious Service Medal ftwo awardsj, the Navy Commendation Medal twith Combat Devicej, the Navy Achievement Medal ftwo awardsl. and the Combat .Xction Ribbon. Ile is married to the former Charlene Andrea Dwyer of Philadelphia. PN. They have two sons: J. Patrick and Michael. 1 9 't ii d., 1' Q 99 COM DER MARK K. SEGLE ouunander Mark Segleni was horn in Newark, New York and raised in lloylestown. l'ennsylvanla. Ile was commissioned an lfnsign in the United States Navy through the NRO'l'ti program at the lniversity of Pennsylvania in 1979. .Xfter earning a liaehelor ot'Seienee degree from the Wharton School of Finance and tfonnnercc. tlonunander Segletn reported lo SXYOS t'oronado, tialifornia for training. Upon completion at the haste course he reported to l'SS Sl'Rl'.X Nfli CIJIJ 9681 as the Gunnery Officer. Subsequent htllets in Sl'Rl'.XNl'lf included Missile Officer and .Xnti-Submarine Warfare Officer. llc was selected for the Personnel lfxehange Program CI'12l'j in 1983 and served, initially, as thc Deputy tlfflecr-in-l'harge and then as the first foreign Officer-in-Charge ofthe Royal Austra- lian Navy's Nutt-Submarine Warfare School in Sydney. After graduating from the Surfaef Warfare Officer Department llead course at Newport in 1985, he reported to USS CARON fm, 9701 as the Operations Officer. In 1987 he transferred to l'SS YORKTOWN CCG 481 and servctl as the Operations Officer until 1989. lommander Seglem was then assigned to the Naval Postgraduate School where he earned H Master ot Science in Management in -lune of 1999. .Xfter finishing at Monterev, he was chosen for u tour as a resource analyst in the Office of the Secretary of Defense Program Analysis and liW'lllUll"'l H1317 l'.XRlil. where he served until July of 1992. Returning to sea duty' UPUU completionofthe l'NO trainingpipeline. he reported to TSS MONTEREY CCG 512 in Noyembef of 1992 as the lfxeentiye Officer. fommander Seal-:ni wears the Defense Meritorious Service Medal the Navv C0mmendati0I1 51611111 UW0 1lW4lI'4lSl- and the Navy .Xehievement Medal ftwo awardsj. 1JIe is alsovthe recipieflt ofa Royal .Xustralian Navy Flag Officer Commendation He is ma ' 1 h f S Usuda of , N - i rr1ec tot e ormer uS2l11 lototuae. Maryland. lhey have three children: Matthew Kirsten and C01-en E 5 ' 4 'Y X f.-11-""--' ' g-L, sl' fri' ,,,w "l MCMKS W George E Barbour llSIL'l'I-IlIL'I- Ilarlmonr entered the Navy in NIIIFCII ISNSH. and attended Recruit 'fraining t'oininand tireat I.ake's. Illinois. l'pon completions he reported to his first duty assignment on hoard I'SS I'I'tiIf'I' SUI'NID fill-38D as a deck seanlan. Ile has served on hoard ISS I..XNlUI'RIf t'I'I'Y tI.S'l'-IISHU, I'SS I'I.YNItlI"I'll Rtlflv tI.SlD-2511. I'SS I'tlNt'll,Yl'tll'I,.X tit!-l-18. I'SS S.XMI'l,If tlflf-ltl-182. I'SS WIIll'I'I.I'f tl-'I'-ltIlti2l. I'SS .IUIIN l,. II.XI.I. IFFG-321, and his present command ISS NItlN'I'IfRl2Y ttti till. llis shore duty commands include Fleet 'fraining tironp l'earl Ilarlmour Ilavvaii and Recruit fompany tlommander, Great Lakes. Illinois. Master fhlef Ilarhour various awards include the Navy and Marine Corp Medal, Navy t'ommendation Medal. Navy .Xehievement Nledal twitll 2 Gold Starsj, South- west .Xsia Service Nledal twith I Ilrouze Starl. Good t'onduct medal fyvith 5 Bronze Starsl. National Defense Medal tvvith l Bronze Starj. .45 cal Pistol Medal, Joint Meritorious l'nit Award. Nleritorious I'nit t'ommendation, Navy Ii fwith 4 Hlinsj, Scar Service Deployment Ribbon tvvith 2 Silver Starsl. Ile is also qualified as an Enlisted Surface Warfare Specialist. Master Chiefliarbour is married to the former Mary Favior of Kenosha, Wisconsin. They have one son. Ted. .-.1.1.....,.......t,.1..... i i d i l l 1 i A i i i i i 2 . 1 4 1 l 1 N . t i 4 - ,A , LCDR Mark H. Williams Combat Systems Officer St. Marys, Georgia LCDR Joseph M. Hinson Air Department Atlanta, Georgia ...gn -YIJ7' New ltlilf lmiiilii U lit-iv.-f-if-N in LT Kevin L. Dippery l iitlifivviiiiti lF+'ivif'ri'f'fif Navigationfftdministration ilriirix, M-tt Mrk Department Cincinnati, Ohio 'far 1-so , , J, fy, ' , ' 1 . :X , 1 el okgiffffeii Rpfffielf 5533 9275 P Yfbef LCDR Leroy D- Th0"f'PS0" pe M..- QSC-......e. . :-:: I, getefrert Weapons Officer Eilixi. Nlzsqigsi f 4 e -.. 4---A,. k x X T : - 4: ..:3lV3?. 2 Allen, Texas y Wi. 'NSF 5.3. K-Q, A 4, , , .4. ,pc v ,N QQ 'WG' , Q ,,,,. 'O 'Cm I . Rza Y -X!ex.xnJer ' ' x x M x x "' ct-ortzr - . N .7 Q Cgrttdrigtorw AS xXlN!".T: ."'r KXUICUT VV' X N Mn L aiolina ..c L L ... . N .X 'x fx.1t'r .' 5:"x .cw kN"Fx'K'i X .i Rep 5 Wtnigan .' 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M I 7 Q: 5' : LQ A ,abr SMCS Steven Ranilly RMC Martino Seisa RMi Joseph Dennis Jacksonville, Florida Warwick, Rhode island Montgomery. Alabama 4,5 RMI fwlmrler-1 Wmlr' 9 im:-i.:n.1 RK slliamrf RM2 Pat King Munrlnil, Ne-w .lv-rue-i, fel: la iiibiolio Miami, Florida '-. fs. -' -r. R, lf':"'l time .av 4. 1 equi C'?5"CL1 S:-2755 RMB Jeff Huddleston V-'edov.'ee. Alabama f 3 , mi , M, :.,, . . ' + . 5-, Y , ,qf ,,., X wx fu , A ' 1-firffr laik, ii A, 1 :" 'Q -f ,gf.g5'a 2,11 PM-2 JOGY White S513 "'f'l A if L ' " M 7 "' SV.: E.ixn.1t.! Hunt fuuqusta, Arkansas " ,. xm, Nm "-f'HMnrmr1 lf-wus PWS "'1. ' ' " ' Ruhrmmd, Vurrgmm I 1 ' "--0. 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X 'ln in u xo ,,..- ,, ..,, , ..,., W. t,., .,,,s , ,,,, , .if v . sf: fs. 3 X Q f ri, fi i Q: V, ef 644.1 " -1 OS2 Alfred Pfaff O82 Alfred Signorelli Jacksonville, Florida Micco Florida . .3 I -, . ,....-. . ..,. T Q VAAv A l ' ff? 55, I . 144: Ti:- A-4 fn? 'i'n"?m 4 1,4440 ,. w wr M, O53 Todd Lamb jf ,F Y jf 5 .- B-- Rutlandi '-'f:rrf,cr.' ,, , , U Y K, H A m . i 1 'N 1 'WN OSF E :west White fXt.v. N 1 . ... Wchxgdxw I? F2 Y fjfwl , f , y .f f U H' , x . . .4 . - f59fXY1773-'f1y Q'-H f'- -' 1 ' - -VN Mme l5uL1g1Pu'l1x 'Nffiw lllffwl' .M -' x rn -mu l'f'uuwIv.1rn.1 ,QI V a 11'-vy ...- "ink, 41 T Q, ? Z 5 A f y OSSN David Gdrrlsvm Uiix' Q "1 ' - '- T' X 1 The Woodlands. Texas 'M 1" 1 ., . E -Q11 m Lx 1 QF ' :V Q 4 5 M f""" 1 J vl- 1 ,fo ISCS Dow Graham CTRCS Allen Laskowski CTRC Walter Turner EWC Michael Wlk Daytona Beach, Florida Muskegon, Michigan Jacksonville, Florida Mayport Florfjaer l 5 Q Q., - , "' Q1 FffWl David Akes Willcox, Arizona Q. 1 i 3 l i L K , CTRl Thomas Anderson CTOI David Licastro CTM2 Leroy Flaugher Decatur, Alabama Cape Cod, Massachusetts Granite City, Illinois 1113 s 3,-.,.-may-up--wo .3 'N '?67 , 1 1 4? rg' M t ,Q J : F i 'if' N . ji, Qs . ff' , ,Z I 1 v thew Brown 5,111 if -'A s '-1 ,, .. ,, .,-t . CTQ3 Matfvt I d P U :Ed H 'M s ' ' "l T ' 1' c xv l -vwothx Pollock al' BU o"1 P 7' ' W s . Owle' Y 'A ' H 1 - btxmas-e Xktasltinqton EQW3 David Rucker Midtown, Teririesseee lfilrf- ll'-1 1 -I-r flk -.N 1 f..,!p,1 if 1 f I , . 4 s 4 B 1 'Flag if '11 f-1 J!-. T K i ' u 9 5 I i xl: l 'tk i lhaxiil lviitpiivi l lf'Xf'l.Hii1, Uliin v Cryptologic Technician KCTJ -- operates and maintains cryp- tologic sensors and equipment Electronics Warfare Technician IEWJ - assists in the detection, collection and evaluation of electronic warfare information. ,nf .Z H 45 1 " ' a ,- D Y N ., is px! Q. 1 , ' Lai wa 1-P L2"'W' .. nz.. X M451 -. -.-,- -N. "-K h :Q,1 . 'Qfxj C ,ff I - ' x nw E! ., f . S ll ill I bl ill t,! ' 1 1 1 Ill ui' X , 'Q' ,. A - x 3.3 ILJ A 5 W u A my-1, . , , W' v ", ' lp- 'Sf ww . 'RN ,V A M, L lb.. A ZLQM 4 -.M P I 5 xv. X Z! J if-Q il, f "U- Q 'Kill' L .X , I , A 'sf' L c'Y,F, " ' " HQ - g 35"?"'-Nb 'Q i1 'Nui-. ""'-J lp wi. L HHH' E F X a 92 STGCS Charles Napier Springfield, Illinois STGC Robert Terry Albuquerque, New Mexico TMC Theodore Forsythe El Paso, Texas STGI Roger Hess Dubuque, Iowa STGI James Lutz Arcadia, Nebraska STGl Vernon Chandler Mayport, Florida STG! Danny Smith Fayetteville, North Carolina STG2 Timothy Wray Stuart, Virginia STG2 Matthew Stone Gray Summit. Missouri STG3 Christy Thompson Macon. Missouri STG3 Dan Kuepper Cleveland. Ohio STG3 Troy Schader Monterey. California , ,,., ..... -wwf - , 43, .,'. 1+-z-' .I '71 - ' ' V :we "1 ' at ,gg 1'-' Z-,1r.,3.j. ref Wx if fl- 1" - ,Q , My Vi 'if Tri if 'T tif Qggf-tfi"'i-:fy +1 'ar at we , 32- 5 ii .4 ri'-rx X fn-1-C 'Ut-181 C, ...,- - , . , Tex K .,,. ,,,. ,.,... .A,. W7,,1ftf45f3,W g , . ,ri .N , C, 5 I, 4 ,ww I , i, , , , ,Tm . ,W mix W , X , ,, ,..,,.,.-, ,Y , ,.,, . L . i i QL A " 'ST T N .V PI G JOCKEYS 'GQ' f 4.5 ' 4 Y. I7 STG3 John Simpson x. ,W Somersworth. New Hampshire STG3 Terrence Mcliibbens Richmond, Virginia TM3 Terry Taylor Texarkana, Arkansas " TM3 Quintin Ennis 'Q 'H 1 'N .fi 9- X Nik 1' 4 fx 1 Scottsville, Kentucky TM3 James Standford Modesto, California in A 1.f:+ A I-1' Vfsflfgififi ' ' . 1' in '. " ?J"'1:-, . STGSA Jasen Highlander 5 Q i ' Riverview, Florida Nl If STGSA Gary Mattox Cleveland, North Carolina ETCS Michael Vanmiddlesworth Martinsburg, West Virginia ET2 Scott Newham Norborne, Missouri ET2 Robert Hutchinson Hudson, Florida ET2 Kenneth Cheatham Beech Grove, Kentucky ET2 Dennis Rinehart Altoona, Pennsylvania ET2 Stephen Sladden Missoula, Montana ET? Robert Cuddeback Skancaterles, New York ICR Mark Robison Burnside, Kentucky ET2 Pvtcr Gvrlh Burt, Michigan lC2 Roderick Hines Houston. Texas ET3 Clarence Chandler Jacksonville. Florida ET3 Guy Lavallee Nkillramsport, Pennsylvania 2 ,W r- i 3 . who-5 .,.,...-,t..-,V - f K J N. , 4 if 1 'Y ' T ht- QC .Q .. .,.,.,, Wgiiivi -It "L sr 4 -L-.-.r 15. 'US ET3 .,f"'L'W ni' Y Christopher O'Donnell Qlenburnie. Marryland IC3 James Glass Pensacola. Florida ET3 Jamie Bowen Jasper. Florida l l 5 Chris llfm n .'.iI',f,ri, fvfirlli ffaroliria l ll lrriy Foro-rrifiri ,far knririvillv- flfirifln l l S Ki-vin Ni'-lv-ri i'illrlWflP'!', Kfirizfri . , .af-f' la . .ni EI if lg 19'-on lg :FQ 'Q 1 KIT - 'aff i a. .2 'J'-'F qax V 'S V had Collins lla, ward. falifmrnla IC3 Paul Schoen Green Bay, Wisconsin -i3'.51ii:z 1 l ' ' , ,,45K,,vk. VK K V: IEW- Wi I 5 K' -1ruji",9 A ' ' e. x K lk fCW Y- Y . ff 'H we . . R 5 'Qi V '2 at ' l , . ,1-M 1... .r irq , , ,, H- ,- ,..4-., pina vCX .iii . '1 .4 . ,Q ,K , ,l 7 , 53 i FCC William Hill Portage, Indiana FCC Geoffrey Jenista Adrian, West Virgina FCI David D. Johnson Marseilles, lllinois FCl Terry Wamsley Warren, Indiana FC2 Gerald Conant Omaha, Nebraska FC2 Anthony Kelly Ranger, Georgia FC2 Lloyd Kleinman San Marcos. California l 1. veil" i.. , ' : 1-7 .fx , '. l. VCU 1 I 4 ,il ,oz Q vf .av-Q ,ffl l vi 995 Q r fa 'fx l FCE Phillip Boyd Way pcm. Florida FC2 Dev: X ming Neil-cswrx lmiiaru FCI RCM Lgxssov , -3 Wes.: Texas A ,tk , " :xf Qdk! .. c 'cl'c'f 5":' IN NNT" k'.1iCl.,N.! F x , Tc" 5Ol.1c'l N r x . A' X :A l. 1 - .' N' if x .xinllsm ,T in x l'yv5lI U 'lf:,tr,.! ' l, "'lv-llffrl l '-lllllf awlmx ' 'f:Y'v.rl lQjj,'f!!Q 'Y F I -A Y"ll' l00 f4 Dbii Dllloaonn Qu... GMC Stephen Daigle St, Albans, Vermont ,,'4',' 7 0 w, -5 FCI Graham Bell Bruttleburo, Vermont l f FCC Nathan O'Nora FCI Herberto Carrasquillo FC1 Dara Gmfeth Austintown, Ohio Guayamfi, Pl-lf?ffO Rico Locust Gove, Georgie X, .1 4 Q2 wwf GMMI Dennis Gibbon GMG1 Kurt Braxmeier FC-2 Nan Afldfews Freedom TWP Pennsylvania Jacksonville, Florida New York. New Volk i ff . ' Nl C '--:A v wh ,X 1 -Q 1- ' sf! ,U tx Oi . 'U 1 Q v fs ' ' W f I GMG2 Mitchell Sepulveda FC2 Trvfee T pf- ' " Q - ' L ku - K Q. , .,. N. ,. ,H s Austin, Texas Pleaser: "' 2xf Paw .Q ,,,,,,x',i 1 an-gs' N. J F u Q ,r Q fd . I H illmzqlns 'Se-Iby FT S P+. . P '-M ' L1-.vu lim--xv-II lwlnrmaurm CITY, Newv York iwl H- "V " gm A414 If-xa- 'F .MV fp 'f Q V , V -' ,, :. ' Q 4 A GMM1 Phillip Sutter GMM1 Joseph Gaffney CrMM2 Dean Provident GMC Randolf Benjamin D . Orlando, Florida Atoka, Oklahoma Silver City, New Mexico Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania DIVI IO M f ff! ,CX ! GMM2 JSHVQY Brown GMM3 Donald Christian , Y, NV A' N Andrews, South Carolina Livingston, Alabama P P A5 i x H mira 'Fun l -' Y 'f"'YT'T.- V f i Georg jf LOU, f".VlOf,'1 Nm -41' fraifis - 1 1 i CT DIVI I0 ' 'N'X.?XkgLlLi1 - I , i , T: .-.I'D- '1 -A If a- CN4"' DIVI I0 Q ' Ar -r , -eu-H.. FCCS Barry Bowers FCC Ralph Cruise FCI Jim Curtis Lancaster, South Carolina Liverpool. New York Tuiarosa, New Mexico 1 f .x Xwriiis oscs Ronald Cable 4' 5' Dayton, Ohio ,gk GSMC Brian Klenke Jacksonville, Florida OSEC Patrick Parks Jacksonville. Florida USMC Thomas Smith liovnv City. f"lichu1an CISEC Waxne Smith West Branch. Wchigan GSMI Nelson Cochran M.ir'iem'ilIc. Pennsvlvania GSMI Kenneth W Ferrari Metuchen. New Jersey F M GSMI Roger K, Marcum Madison. West Virginia GSM2 Tony Baker Wabash. Indiana 2' A -W :,.. ' uma ffl- , . I Q ' aa.. V . , 4 fgi ,J tv YQ X 5"'. -'-.' xg? 'S N-7" raw X- x'-' K ' 1 . 'I ." , 4 -Q.. v XD,,,,v. wr lrfm-ylx1l1l1 ' xx Im!! " 'AIN'-YI-1 .- ' ,f, If-yay, C552 Hugh 'Jian .hesf Kolbndgeo Sfotland GSE3 James Geehan Mcleary, Washington GSM3 Robert Harellson Jacksonville. Florida GSM3 Higinio Marquez Canary Island, Spain GSMFN Bion F Nephew Jr. Mansfield, Ohio GSMFN David Rogers Gaffney. South Carolina GSEFN Hillian Spratlin Monroe. Georgia GSMFN Kevin Wright Jacksonville. Florida GSMFN John Hobbs Cloquet. Minnesota GSMFA Patrick Holman Jacksonville, Florida 09 ff-5 U HV 0 .'w1'?Hfl1H'1I! X ' x-K' lj. 3 xy:-3.. V.e1:-s mix-I.: Phzlappu rv an-X su- x- :. , , :"'.' W' -xr :X J N 5: . . Noi" k.!1Ol:I!.! ,'. x XN.m.1N u X M x,c'.'l.g1.1 w lVI.!.1x . vm' --.v . 'x.1Ix1c'.' 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'sir .I Y? 145 1" g ucv fig 1931 s . 8 I 53 x ' I I a A D .S ' I 'xiii ' Xa "' X .zealnm n ye-. n.1'i.pv'l " .f . i."1x!.1 I '-pr '2.1f'l N lf 'Xw.'uu.1 T':1 xx VsuHi.1IH'x I1 mm V " J. Hngrrz f'4rr1:- X ' 5 'ru f'rP,5m',:y'. i " " '- ',?,'1rv,''Wsllliirvlu Y-" ' v H il 'ninth V arullrm W 'F 'L' !:15vf-rj 'J1"y'ilff " "gP.a'n Wlabarrua HTFR' Payrnond Haynes Covfenvy, Ohm DCFN Damon Sonoqui Yuma. Arizona DCFN James Wulfkuhle Santa Ana, California N 43 " 9' .nil , I f'urw. F .X pw-. All S .. I My 5, 56983, f ,- 1:12.15 2,55 , fin-55' ,Q J H In-iA 4 ,,,,...4...........f ff-,.:.-f': ' l , ,, fr., , I , ,, v. Q' F ef- .44 4, 1' I ,.,s 1 Qhxdqt 'il' X i , ny .A V " .fm 12, iw" rip. L f - i. P . ,, awww .1-..e ...Vi nf ,.,J.g fx - Q. I ..,-, l,1i"'??,,, , ,sf , ' U fi is J , 515 l SKC Mitchell Tillotson Slil ffiicnael Law-fr , . , -:.- kt' . .fl 5-N' gms, Fx x- U th Fairborn, Ohio ri! , ,sq ip, .f -.ir Ns 1 . Y Navarre fn g . tan 4 u 1.,o, V N i SKSN Christian Markham S K2 James POP? SK3 Kenneth Cooper SKB Nliayne Rhodd Pe . nSaC0Ia. Florida Springfield, Vermont Jamaica. West Indies Roanoke, Virginia l 9' 4 MSC Faustino Delossantos MSC Herberto Muniz MSI Brian Blanchard M31 William Ridley Deckenson, Texas Yauco, Puerto Rico Staten lsland, New York Maui, Hawaii xl L 4 1 S ! H A . S s...,,,, I b .lf '4 . 'M' -:1 sl --v 1 I'-ur' by 'wg- X.f XZ I A, " ri "-fx -Sd! P". 'aff' 'hiv MS2 Willie Brow . - Atlanta. Georgian 152 R05 Dinlelspn H132 C212 MV? f MS2 James Stoner ampton. XIFQIDIB Green Bay 'xr' Q Warren Ohio z org, 1 QW" . M53 Robert Barickman M33 Qefaia gy? M A u G VX- V-rv ,-... Elkview. West Virginia Columbia, Sour C: 3 ' "Q, -2' -,' gi,-Z QQ. in , M nvjflft I 'P lY"i 1 Q M53 Christopher Moore ' ui Lexington, Kentucky P Z Q 2,53 Derrick ONES MSSN James Guidry MSSN Jamie Jackson lchmond, Virginia Lafayette, Louisiana Miami, Florida 1 r"" - V- - nf MFI. ..-. , rf. Rue "lg D l I i 1 1 S I ,- ' l MSSN Joseph Polk Loreauville, Louisiana l l . SHI Edward Burgess SHI Robert Fortis SHI Mack Williams SH3 William H Cades, South Carolina Levittown, Puerto Rico Baconton, Georgia Nashville Tenhllyles t essee 1 - - ff--W' , f W l f , 9 h ff. f' P X 'S Z S V: L, lllv 1 l 'S t F 9 1 l 1 --r ., - ,,,,, SH3 Anthony Webb Q b . SR Vernon M, S ' h reen oro, Georgia Charleston, South galrtolina SN Jason P Walker Seminole, Florida 5-S aun-4"" ,fi 71 lg rf ,,:..-4- ... 1, ' A .fi , X 5 DH! Pmhard Lovern LWB , L, -A r Orlfmdo, Florida pi ?+,, . ga. 1 i l 'QR PUSTAL DI VISI 0 1 N N- ,. 94 0 L R94-IRS -I DIV PC? Vernon Harris Atlanta. Georgia S f M- J AW1 Andrew Zawoiik AT2 Charles R. Kinney G S ADI Steven B. O'Neal Gasport New York Huntington, West Virginia ADC Jim eu Ann Arbor, Michigan v Versailles, UNO H Detjg 1 ,gy A, 1 S is - ' g 3' wwf' X .JA Credit Z2 Derek B- AMH2 Milton Staples AD2 Darrin P Nelson AE2 Karl A. Boudreaux A Arkansas Hartford. Connecticut Sheridan, W o ' ' ' ' Conway' y ming New Iberia, Louisiana W H 'Ei M2 Efufff J Hlfx'4f,f,fMff'5'ff Lili . . .'. ' '- 4' . . F . ,- F M i si Derek S Connor flu' pd N1 an X kxh 1' ' Inf. in f - e 'Y IO 'XI NN Swv!! M H:lHf1Q'f lulurrrlm-,, Hhw r Q I !.5v 1 'N X .V T f, :,.,. r..,,f' Bruce really loves his work! Q In a desperate attempt to revive our torpedo, AD2 Nelson tries CPR! XY I J wg , 40" 3 f , 'QLPJ v 'Pl X 1 'ir I r K U A , r 1 1 f i 4 lima, W., The "Air Devils", hard at work or at play are il., "r M, 41.15 A :N r -.My 15 f 'W , ' W .g ' 'f 'S P i , l waxy ' L R. w -- - .- yn, 'v- . : 1 I . b I " r,! - H imitated by many, envied by all and equaled by none! L f A -- C. Kinney , w l 1 N , 'V . fm QQ . 0 . t W 4,1-is ,. ' e A 4 ... -143 6 i 1 sf, Q1 U.. I ...DCO N Off ,Q lf --- l.i Clliy 218th Birthday D . 'v mg he MONTEREY celebrated the N avy's 218th birthday, October 13, with a Hsteel beachw picnic on the flight deck. Taking a break from the rigors of pa- trolling the Adriatic Sea, crewmembers en- joyed the gastronomi- cal, gourmet delights of charcoal grilled hamburgers and hot- dogs skillfully cooked and served by the ship's First Class Petty Officers. An immense birthday cake was cut by the crew's youngest and oldest members, A 218th Navy birthday cake was be ff ll . , d r Specialist SN James Guidry and bakgdlig u y ecorated by MGNTEREY S Mess ' MS3 Robert Barick Cut by MACSKSW, J , Y rnan. The cake was Crew. ames Manzl and OS3 Henry Lee and enjoyed by the Q-mire 54 OS3 Henry Lee, 18, and MACSCSWQ James Manzi, somewhat older than Petty Officer Lee and yet younger than the Navy. While casual civilian clothing was the attire of the day a few members of the crew took the oppor- tunity to be more afor- mall' in their dress. The cr ' . deck- ew enjoy their mealomhm? 1 , - -1. VIPs wearing formal Ulm . ' ' Store A 521, 383.00 check was presented by MONTEREYS 5h'E:fs Brown SHHSWJ Edward Burgess to the MWR funds custodian. LT i "? 5 I I F S.. ff JI , :zu-Q9 7 ,X f--.5 I ,vm I , ,-if 1 V313 3 , , ! ' ,Q 4 "H 1 AQC .'x3K 'A 1 AM., I ,,..nn' V, u in QV 1 - ' . ' a A. ,. 'ffl' ME' I s . X Fig. r , . zz. ,4 WUI. ,QM 4 1 -wx-1 umm 0 fa z f X V Q1 E f K V if ... - K .1 ag 2- HV HI 'fr 'fm A 'fav ff -1 ss.: 5 "I 1' Xi cf1N'WRXl ' in Q. ig- 1 31 -., VI fn, 1 1i'v2?"' 1 K ' I W 1 N 1 ' as ' 4 vi 'A n, ila V. . , .V A A . .z' V .gq i - . , ' Av' I' 1 A I iv My 4 1' A f-gggv 'r', . 314 11 rf f ' - . . if av 1.1.-M.--,.,.. , ll, ., xr ' 1 in . N in ll" fi E- 4 'Fi-. . 5 ip A If I ! 4 I '1 E 1 l..Auz,.A""-' 'Y mmf im.-. Secretary of the Na he Secretary of the Navy, the Honorable John H. Dalton and Commander in Chief, U, S.Na Forces Europe, Admiral Jeremy M. Boorda visited MONTEREY on 11 December 199311, Adriatic Sea while MONTEREY was operating in support of United Nations resolutions ana taking part in Operations Sharp Guard, Provide Promise, and Deny Flight. The visit was Honorabl- Dalton's first shipboard visit to a Naval ship underway since he took office in July 1993. K The crew put in long hours in preparation for the event and the distinguished visitors were treated ln a tour of the ship and a demonstration of her capabilities. ' In a surprise award ceremony, Secretary Dalton awarded ADICAWD Steven O'Neal with the Nan Commendation Medal. He also honored other members of MONTEREY,s crew by presiding ow, reenlistment and Warfare Qualification ceremonies. SHICSVVJ Robert Fortis and RM2 William White were reeniisted by Secretary Dalton and AD1 Steven O'Neal, ET2 Robert Cuddeback, and R511 Charles Wade were qualified as Enlisted Surface Warfare Specialists. LT Michael Sweeney, LTJG Paul liahrs, and ENS William D. Whelchel were qualified as Surface Warfare Officers to concludctln evening,s events. ,qi 'H ls ,.', -'7'I- t Q 4 AXQX' xi gui. xg lr A 2 ,,g,,,.-f 1--' ,115 1: , A -.v f M11 W A, fy. 1 -m ...lun-U ,. D l . , f .L -1 Z. A ? '79- 1 1 ...W L L-J ft l f' vm hw CVS? uf 1 .....-1 n the 31st of October, MONTEREY cel- 4,5 ebrated Halloween by holding a cos- tume contest and talent show. The win- ner ofthe costume and talent contest was FC3 Russell Bell fcostumel and SM3 Ed Hunt fTal- entl. F C3 Bell was very creative and dressed as a Trojan warrior. SM3 Hunt also let his cre- ativity go to work on a MONTEREY Hal- loween rap song. The following were participants of the cos- tume contest: BM2 Cox CMr. TJ, FC3 Bell Cfrojanj, AEAN Haffner CMONTEREY Babyj, AE2 Boudreaux QMONTEREY Mommaj, FC1 Griffeth flndianj, HN Llamas and HM3 Delos- santos KGTMO Boysj, and HT3 Hugill and HT3 Pearsall CChasersJ. The following were participants of the talent show: SM3 Hunt CRap singerj, FC3 Melton fflountry singerj, GSM2 Hall CCountry singerj, LCDR Williams, LCDR Liepelt, LCDR Ilinson, and ENS Chesson fBlues Brothersl, GSEC Smith fMagic showj, FN Wulfkuhle and FN Pernell fFire Marshall Billj. When the night was through the Captain had found out that he not only had an experienced war fighting crew, but also a very talented crew. it - - .. ,, A--a . ' 'f"l""""' "' I f H9 M1 ...,. lu-.' T lslt B sf hp Ag, nu? 'W' 12.51 'F'-, 29" i -. tpiwifi C f l e V ,, Transfer at Sea f me-,. sm--F.:--..1 , -'Z -f f 7 ' UNTEREY held several small buat transfers with the Battle Group"s subma- rines which include the transfer nfmall, an Injured submarine crew member, and fifteen passengers. 61 4 -.s-.r--J "3-'5""!"'N A KL 5 L -su... mf T866 vi 1 'Q L Aft!! ,, Eff' 1- f ,if f f I I 1 LJ A-4 f w . tngox '39 A 5"'gR-L., . 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Hunter is commander of Destroyer Squadron l.. i ' 1 ' ' Q f-I ' ' i The ships which deployed are the LSS Montcre: LG- .Qu ei I A U I ,gc Ip, wmmztndcd by Capt. John B. Foley lll. and USS ' 'A n, ' . L ii mf- 'QQ N lftrro-za, eomnmnded by cmtir. William A, x-.men - ' f' Q... A ' A A - A -ef B' ti- ' . 2 like helicopter tletachmcnts are Helicopter Antisuo- Affine Squadron Light CHSLJ 42's Detacltments Fire ant: L . l . tc... dia ig., HSL,-46's Detachment Nine, and Detachment Vi-.te Q HSL-43. 1,0 strike hghler squadrons and an air nnttsuomztrine , . . . v. ,. L , I Bmggfin from Naval Air Station Cecil Field, and Lt ixelxcope 1-.Qgntisuhntarinc squadron from NAS lztcl-cQonville also 2 jqpftijtli, A -5 . 11.9 -4 -" "Q?i'f'nnv-m, E - . ji ' l4""- I ' 3 1-If 'Q I Q Y . " .et 413 ""'f' .24 , i " ,, Q 4 e , A in W.. 5 , A P , I r 1 ' 1 V -' " gi0,X7'1H, ' , 'Q V E 1 ,., -:" ,rw--3't F'f,1,' ., 1. .. Q A, ,qw - -3 4 "H ' - 't'??"'Wf 2 1 Nw ks? ii t As gf-.Rex , It hi ' lx V -, A , 4. Q- . - ,,- 1- ., - , -....l..--1--.,. vw-il.. h ' A 7-. . ,,.. ,, . . D A. - 1 J x I fossils- - ' A ' ,LQ . 'Hi-i 'rr ll .' , J :T"'l I - , .- 1 -bn:-"I: - it -xi - . 4 - ' Si,'- 1 .13 1' ' "' A " NP I - . p 4' , --2-. -,-. er.-rg. ' , B .aa '--ia--r Q - '- ls? he MONTEREY departed Mayport August ll and then jgined I members ofthe AMERICA Battle Group before beginning the two-W the 0 of the Atlantic. The crew had its first port visit in Palma de Mau eek tra from 27-29 August. The island of Mallorca is located 170 mileS South Ofogcaa Spain Spain. Known as the 6'Pearl of the Mediterranean", the island is a Popllla Ercelona, European travelers and is famous for its production of Mallorcall pearls TL aven for Cathedral de Palma dominates the panoramic view of the city of 3.00 eoigajestic waterfront streets were faced by opulent store and hotel fronts and were bi, d 0' manicured bushes, evenly spaced palm trees, Water fountains, luxurious fl r ere and a tremendous marina. Crewmembers were able to relax by visiting thgger beds, beaches, patronizing the plentiful shops, or sharing a cold Mcervezaw at eautiful Cityvs 6, 000 pubs. Some took the opportunity to go horseback riding what gtithe , 9I'S enjoyed a Medieval evening of jousting, musical enterainment, and fine food e MONTEREY il d f P l th i f A - Tunisia. sa e rom a ma e morn ng o ugust 30 for an exercise at Bizerte, U-. ther nsit The l d by Q, i--..,, f 'tk' 1 ,f 'X MX fwf 1 yr 4, X-1 'L l M ff Vw . VW ' uf .5 If ,f ,f J' .-' P4 V63 V' 7, , ,t,Z,, ' y , 7 f galil f ,iff ,,45'91 Lg , 4 ' M yf 1 1 , f .AW ,wr y ' , -f .. 1 5' . if 91" 1 . I 11 I 51 4 in V ' gh K Eff' .V ggfgv g' ' 10 M. 1 p . 1 ', V, - 1: 5 'V ?'t ' 1 , X? 4' .ig - 1 'Q K Z V X ' S , I . mu. 6.5, sL.4.,L,4sw,4.JA,.f,,g:.5w.,L:Qs,Qs4ws.,2W.s.,g.s..C4, 7 - A ff. -'Wh sl- ' Q Q ' "Q 9..,.il':,.L.'-,li wk .uf .Lf ..a. .L wig 'wel A 5 fav 7 X' Vx' " Q 'Yin -- ,, 1. .u ..1, ..!.. ma, -L 1.1. .5 Mx. 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A WT " ' 'Q I u?K it if ' 1' 'I 41. y ,K ,K M ,M . , 'W' ff - E 1 .I-1-iQ1i.1:h,q, mflfl .-..--p- ---d-- 2 . ,Q -,- 1' 'hi . X Q - - , ff' . J-' ' X- ,af-" 514'-wr ,?"A""" '34-'Q-H 31. ,,..... ' 3-If X fn. Q, X- N W XX H5 l ' -pw-1 v fi ,,. 'fl HHEH 'QCENIER .,, I . v 2 -1 5,5 " 07 ' I ,ln ,' 4.1:.1: 1 E It iv K, -.v 15' U gi , I P.,-as ' 1 71 he MONTEREY anchored off Bizerte, Tunisia August 31 and September 1 before participating in a three day exercise with the Tunisian Navy Located on the northern tip of Tunisia, forty miles northwest of capitol Tunis and the ancient city of Carthage, Bizerte offered many small shops and side- walk vendors where crewmembers could bargain for camel leathergoods, perfumes, pottery and a bizarre assortment of second-hand goods. A local hotel situated just above the beach served pizza and coke to the crew and offered a tranquil evening view of the Mediterra- nean and the MONTEREY anchored just off shore. -L11 ' H1 , 7 .1- A11 - I .L- " ' - .,'.,+-.,1 ..,, Rx: ,, I "' " -ll, WY., . 1, l, 'M E , ,,,, X .I f.. ,,, 'A Cgjg g-,Q-1-.A f-- -'53, H 'V " 'Z ' ,'rj,,, f,f,g,41,i':l 51' gi:-.gf ,J:.:?f:f,g , A , ' ft M P i g, T "" 5' 'Sidi' ' -- A" - 1 " "" TW-f f f-'vw' ,M .-,. H , . " - 711- tk' I 'nqi '- ' fi- - ' , . -.- Y., .. ,, M ff- v-ff'-WP . V ,..-ff-1--2 W - ..-ag V V A . r- P- a- - . - -.:: ,, f .h . . fm . -5 .- t uf 4' , -Q - 'vt 1 Q K 'xp ,,., 'Zan JV, -.V ... - 1-' 'ff--f J cb 'f' fu" V A -' ' -W. f' fa -' 1 ,..- ,. "f.. ' """9"' " 'P ,'g-,- 3' -f - E , ' ...M 1 Lg.: - -4 ,.-fjv,.g aff 1. - .A 1- , ,H , f ,.. , ' " 4- N V -A ,a W . - A-af l- We :CQ ' 'T-":':-f"'1' 'V eitlf' "uf'.- 'V - f-" ,V-' E .,-v' ""g: - ' ',"'.!I. 'T' ,F '1 ' ' -A 45.2.-:-.-LQ - , .1 sl',"n - ,Q f if --. . -V .. 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Unee nshore. eren members were ne- eostetl by lively bnntls ot' yonthfnl shoe polishers untl an nrtns ot' aggressive ham hers ot'eltenp-jewelry nntl lenther goods. Nler- ehnntlise ot' every ltlntl eonltl he fonntl nl the hn- lnnr nhteh consisted ot thonsnntls ot' two-story -.hops k'l'tllllIllt'tl togetllfl' Ill at tu i'-tint! lnnle ot ten- tool ville streets. Over the ueeltenal. nn intrepid sqnntl from the HUN- 'lu li R IC Y s o n n tl I y thrnshetl n tenm from the XURNIXNIDY in Hug football. The morning o September 22. t'ollowlnQ word that the next port visit hurl been enneelled. the NIUX'l'lQRliY crew was nnrlerwny for un ex- ercise with the Turkish Xavv not knowing when or xthere they would he ashore next. 1. i. .1 4 in new P55 P' , 5 J, ., --f-"TI ' " - P' '.- ,1-.gas J - . '11,-H flag' b 'grimy-A -, ,- Q 1 . g"qfas - 1 48. P 'SFI ' 'if Q P' Y A 1' 'fqn 1 Q' Xu -Q' ,ff r' A ,fl - 'A 1 i tim ' W 1 . K XA . 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'E J- JU ' if, , , F: F, ff. . 6 5 ,V W R. 1 ws' Af, ' fi-ff' H , -nn I Y an v f: Q fi 'S lv, f 'i ,gill yu I ji W -' , I I rf- E F11 -," ."k J .L ' , 25,1 "fad 3157 f ' W Avipflgr' if Ei" . he i .A px' f Q 2 - ? xr Lf" 5. l r- , ' I . v-4 ' ' I Q ' A it--""""' ""'l.l,.. 1, 1 E .,.f x , ' !.- 'fm , - I f f f 1 T?'fv'f T3 Q fnllgf NZM , '.f- g . .ki ,f . r ,,g,.,-gm 2 'A1..'VfA 43 ' m F r , 1 3 2 A w-mn... r"-Q-.Mm t .1 5 , ,Al Eff' - 24 fir! fa '-ff' 1 n S -. 5, ' 4 -u A11 X Izmir Turkey i :- l fx T919 bu-4-.1-af Providing an excellent photo op- portunity for many crewmembers, tl1e MONTEREY joined the USS AMERICA in the Adriatic Sea fol lowing the exercise with the Turk- ish Navy. We briefly pulled into Au- gusta Bay. Sicily to replace a defec- tive Harpoon Missile and to take on some much needed supplies for our Christmas party. Finally. after 25 days at sea. we arrived in the ship- yards of Ilaifa. Israel on October 17 where we replaced gas turbine en- gine lB. Ilaifa is situated on the rugged inelines of Mt. farmel on the northern coast not far from the Golan Heights and the boarder with Lebanon. The FSO is located at the crest of Mt. Carmel and provides a spectacular view ofthe eitv and har- bor. Many stores. restaurants. ho- tels and clubs are within short walking distance of the FSO. Sever- al tours were available including trips to a diamond factory, the Dead Sea, the Sea of Galilee. the River Jordan. the ancient battlefields of Massada and Jericho. Nazareth. and .IerusaLem. The excursion to Jeru- salem included visits to Bethlehem, the Mount of Olives. the Walling Wall. and the sites of the Last Sup- per and t'hrist's trueiflxlon and llurial. We left llaifa October 24 for a short exercise and returned on October 27 for additional liberty before heading for Alexandria, Egypt. The MON'l'lfRlfY was unex- pectedly underway only hours later for the .Xdriatie following the news that the FSS .X MIZRIFA was sailing for Somalia. Once again the crew- members of MONTEREY were nn- eertain of their next glimpse oflhllfl 1. Alf' .-..3h. if al,-M. ., , kxnw . 3, Vi , :'-:- -..' - rx, - 1 ' 5 1-Q-in 7'-' - . , ' v V1 "' - , . f ,.,,.. -. . , ,L-1 7' ,Q.s:'N' , .14 C .1 K1 ' Iqfflrrxv-Q4 I , wrap-in -"' , q' r f. ' -A jJ,37-A !."'7' ",,-A MF, " ,' ' '55, ' H: " 'N-"fe -WW! M'1, - M' , "" V- ASq"F'fl2.?'.'N5i" n 1+ " ' , ?'5f'!'Z71 'F' ' I 39fVf, 1! 'N.'.'k.f ,'.3f'p-f' 'ff 4-""':' "iz, ,- - I .,, V, ay LL 4,' ' "' ET . 5Yg,, . 'Iris ,' . ' ffjmzm f I - I- r- ' - , ie , - -' l . 5,41 nn-I 11-3 N'-,Q ,-dV...? .H -t1iNE ' 1.1. I sl' JP: 1 r ' ' I I 1 2 . I ' 2 ', 4 'I . I I x ,lg , Q3 f'v.y 1 X.. I I 'vip' it S .ld , 40 ff , ,QP gy nl - 0 'M ' 'S S 1 .Q i-'Q ag A , 'T In . in 'V ' 3 ,LS I r V A S ' A K 'Y 5 ., g .u 'f-. -gms-'- Juv A 1 5 . n ... .b l u "L 1 F' Y iAS,,' .Li- -.. ,....-. .,......6..,.....,.... -..va--1...-5 - Zi..-,,, - 'h', wg-1-,..,, 5-Q-F-,uf-L Q wr,-. -,.... N ..,,., .Af .. bv.: ,ff - ' ,.,.. .Hr uh. 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' - . A 1 --4, ' .A .2 'r.i'.1:b 4 " L ' - -W -' ar' "fi, qw. Mm' ' Af Q +' ' " ' ' ' ..,--. - Q. "" -'Oi-"1 LB fr. 'D' gn---..-aff IE.-1':P'Q,5':J 4b'K ' ART' ' ' ' Q 5. -I I W Z , - -.f- 4 K Q-SD Sl. 4. V 1 . , - 1 .,p.. a ..-- ,,, I- k ,lrlA,..- ,f ,, Q - - , .1 -,J-H Q4- -, . KLA . . yi- 1 e R . - - --J ' " . -f , ' "' Q ' i A ' I T . 5, V' . i 1' wg ,bw k ' , x " . -' A . .lf M 'P I, ' Q' '- VJ .I K LQ' ' r'1f,f1iu4 N' Q!" '- - I... . ' V- ' f? . . -4 .L Xa-Q' ,tlutz ,.u Hi.:-in -.,,i.. yr' Q Q: J:NgJY.,.f-A, . . ' x i - 4 5 : I 1065.1 ' - ' ' ' ,pFL"" " ,Q :.:.'1X :i:2:gf'7 -flak 12123 '- 'V ' . " ' ' 1-:!:?mIl.-x...ff---f,5'.:'- ffm XA' , ' ...Q , , 1' , " ' " ' . N P --.- Q X fl a . ,Q X 'Ts' x N -4 A. wr ig ' .. xx x . ...W ,A l GTM 1A STATISTICS A za! TOTAL HOURS - 4, 062 1. I . TOTAL STARTS - 611 I I A mfiia. 26 APPROXIMATE FUEL CONSUMPTION - 2, 8805600 GALLONS OF FUEL I I APPROXIMATE OIL CONSUMPTION - 200 GALLONS- HEIGHT - 86 INCHES N WIDTH - 87 INCHES A A LENGTH - 263 INCHES M TOTAL MAN HOURS FOR CHANGEOUT - 960 HOURS T Eternal Engine, strong to save, I Whose power hath bound the restless wave, ' Who strained against the foaming deep ' Succumbed amidst its rage did sleep SO long 1-Alpha we bid to thee Our gas turbine lost while on the sea. fix A M00 O ""WiW M QW U' 3' 'X fir -Q1-n-n nj' l " 9 4 hc crcw of MUXTIZRIQY cn- joycd an uncxpcctctl hrcuk from thc rigors of scat on thc 7th of Xovcmbcr whcn thc ship un- chorcd in Y l days. The for XIRIIS. Grcck. Frcnch and Spanish mtvics in o os. Grcccc for two brief stop wus to prcpnrc un cxcrcisc with thc thc .Xcgcun Suu. Yolos is at stnnll. scusitlc town locutctl on Yolos Buy. along thc cztstcrn const of lircccc. Thc crystul clcur wntcrs ot' thc lmy arc snrronntlctl hy nmjcstic ntonn- tuins with houses scuttcrctl uluont thc lztntlscupc. Nlnny of thc sailors took thc opportunity to try lircclt cuisinc att sonic ol' thc rcstztnrunts which linctl thc tnurinn. Since HUN- 'l'lfRlfY urrivctl on Snntltty. tht' holy tluy for lircclt llrtltotlox. tnost oltllc shops wcrc closctl. llowt'u't'. ills' pcolrlc of Yolos w clcotnctl tht' sull- ors front llrnttcc. Spnln nntl tht' ljlitk-tlStgl1t-s with wnrnt lootl. coltl tlrinlts ztntl un opportunity to cull tltcir loxctl oncs ut ltotnc. l In-. 1 .. ,.......---- ...t N,-M ,K ,., V A . qt days of sightseeing, samp ing o , S at Ollouring the brief visit to Greece and a resumption of operations in the Ad k h ortunity to relax and celebrate the Thanksgivin h I r visiting historic Rome. MONTEREY arrived in 1vi avecc a, ta y November 23 f 1' fthe local cuisine and calling their family and friend or Civitavecchia, port city to Rome and home to a seaside fort designed and built by Michelan is only an hour bus or train ride from the former capital of the ancient Roman empire whgel? . e n Rome, many visited such historic sights as the Colosseum, Pantheon, Circus Maximus thg'1'i 9 River, and the Spanish Steps. Amazing architecture and artwork abounded at the Sistlser ne Chapel, St. Peter's Square, Vatican Cathedral, and elsewhere throughout the city. While some crewmembers enjoyed a traditional Thanksgiving feast onboard others celebl-at d ' e by dining on the local Italian fare of pasta, pizza, or sea food. operations in the Adriatic and expecting to visit Toulon, France over the Christmas holida I 1 fa Cn w of-, fail N crewmembers too t eopp g 0 idiatic - ' ' C' r hi 1 1 'IW Six h0me On November 29, the crew of MONTEREY bid farewell to Italy as they headed for additional YS ROME Q4 aw ,ma ri flig- A ig fi' , rw.. ' Wm '11 1 9 1- 1,'-pm" IV if i Q 1 i. . . 1 ,pix-6 ,,v- 9v', v ll 'i'v IA Q. ln - A X p ,,.,, 'l HY a 255 uf s ai 11 L ! unix WSJ fx L? .Na . f3.Q."35- i F ii M: 1? ill Q1 KT: . 1: 'ff wir, M- 4 ff ii: I I Ll ""v I W 4 'V 0100991 as as as as in -Ol- KV "4-. mwmvrv.ww4-- f" K -4 ',, 'lvl .f V . V 1 li 1 ",,,f,1 j- I wh .ymnl . 1 b . ,l ' ' ' 1.1 im 5 " 1' ,WX ,, ff-v 'D pku bs ' ' ' 'qv n' - "PMI J. V , ..f' 'im .r W , ,, -4 ' , .V 'I . J ev 1A.fl, ' IQ. S., 7- 6-1 , nf? ,I nv . V' ' -,L . W V: H' ' 'fx , " Q "Z-5". Q 1' n December 20, MONTEREY arrived in Toulon. France for a fourteen day stay alter spending twenty days in the Adriatic Sea. Toulon is the home ofthe French Navy and the sight of many historical events. l.ocatedjust north of Marseille. many ofthe crewmembers enjoyed Paris. Niece and other French Riviera cities. Others crewmembers relished the beautiful architecture and dined on the local cuisine tBlcllonalds ami "smash sandwiches" were popularl. Many ofthe crew ntember's spouses were able to join Nl0NTlfRlfY in celebrating Christmas and New Years during our stay in Toulon. The Morale. Welfare and Recreation committee hosted a txhristmas and New Years lfve party that was held on the French Naval base. Food. wine. beer und music entertained the crew while they celebrated in the good cheer ol' the holiday spirit. The Mess Specialists of PSS BlUNTlfRlfY with the help ol' PS5 S XYXN .Xll joined together to host a reception onboard NltlNTlfRlfY for the many local dignitaries and support Qroups that helped malte our stay in lioulou at successful and happy occasion. tlver one hundred people attended the reeeption and was treated to personal tours ol' the ship lit the MUN l l Rl N crew. 1 lanuarv 5 NIUN fl R13 - U-1 U' NH ' 'UV' "l I 55 XXII RIC X s operations if ' ' ' k ,em-il ll!-ll-,. - I l e,....i. I f -1 Christmas 0 4 an Frcmce MON'l'liRliY's cxhI'iSlIllliS party was held on the French Naval base. ,P .X full lun' wus nvuilnble :xml run by MONTEREY crew members. fi' E N x-N. . xi 1 .l PX2 Riekctson. YN3 Brnuseurn. QNI3 Tolaud. and CTO1 Lieastro 90 , ,,,,, N2 ' N- -----,fxd R '.-,- Q,-, 4, -17' df sr. A 51119 ui 1 MONTEREY crew members were treated to Frcllch q 41 ! ' r -Sh 'u wx. 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Wide, tree-lined boulevards, ornate Spanish architecture, and a fineh, groomed botanical garden make the city aesthically striking. Winding castillo wang tower above the city, while expansive beaches border the azure waters of the western Mediterranean along the Costa Del Sol. Birthplace of Pablo Picasso, the city also was remarkable for its bullfighting arena, Cervantes opera and theater house, abundant shops and malls, and bustling crowds. A bus continually transported crewmembers twenty miles west of Malaga to the summer beach resort of Torremolinos. With our return to Spain our port visits had come full circle, having begun the cruise on the Spanish island of Mallorca. Shortly after departing Malaga, we turned over with the SARATOGA Battlegroup, transited the Straits of Gibraltar, and said goodbye to the Mediterranean Sea. 41. I 1 K x zu s 5 K. 'ww s in ff 4 'fa-1 ,': "Q, 1 .u ,,,. J, swf L. 5 .f , 'I K" . . 1 . 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X BABIES BORN BUT NOT PICTURED Rcglinc Dconna Turncr Born: 18 October 1993 Nicholas Phillip Cipriuni Born: 29 Oct obcr 1993 Taylor William Sartin Born: 7 December 1993 Anastasia Catherine Griffith Born: 13 Dcccm Kendall Rae Dunn Born: 27 December 1993 Trent Aaron Hugill Born: 8 January 1994 Evin Michael Nielsen Born: 13 January 199-'L I f 'hp Victorla Paige Schoen Born: 4 December 1993 hcr 1993 Christina Ann Schuknecht Born: 2 January 1994 MONTEREY departed Malaga, Spain on 26 J anuary 1994 and immediately began to turn over with the i USS SARATOGA battle group. After a short turn over, MONTEREY and the Joint Task Group transited the Straits f Gibraltar to begin the transit of the Atlantic Ocean. MONTEREY made one last brief stop in Bermuda 0,103 February to pick up their Tigers. While the Tigers were being entertained by flight operations, leap frog fi fighting demonstrations and other exciting exercises the helm kept a steady 19.5 knot speed with the bow heads: to Mayport, Florida. 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