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USS MONTEREY ICG-612 is the fifteenth Aegis
Cruiser to join the fleet and represents the epitome of our
nations commitment to sea power Comprised ofthe most
sophisticated and effective air: surface and subsurface
defense systems in the world, MONTEREY was commis-
sioned on 16 June 1990.
he shipis name, MONTEREX commemorates the
battle of Monterey fought 20-24 September 1846 in
the war with Mexico and also the heritage of previous
Navy ships bearing this proud name. On 20 Septemben
Major General Zachary Taylor with a force of 6,625 men
stormed the heavily defended city. General Ampudia and
his garrison of 10,000 surrendered on the morning of 24
September: Taylor would become President in 1848. Those
who fought with him at Monterey include: Lt. Ulysses S.
Grant, commander of Union forces during the Civil War at
Shiloh, Wcksburg, and Appomatox and President in 18685
Col. Jefferson Davis, President of the Confederate States
of America: Brig. Gen. James Henderson, first Governor
of Texas, Brig. Gen. John Quitman, Governor of Missis-
sippi,' Col. William Worth, namesake of Fort Worth, Texasg
Lt. George Meade, commander of the Union forces at
Gettysburg: Lt. "Fighting Joe" Hooken commander ofthe
Union forces at Chancellorsville: Lt. George Thomas, the
"Rock of Chickamauga Lt. John Pemberton, command-
er of the Coryfederate forces at Wcksburgg Lt. James
Longstreet, commander of C orjederate wings under Lee at
Antietam and Getrvsburgg Lt. John Reynolds, killed lead-
ing a Union wing at Gettysburg, and Capt. Braxton Bragg,
commander of the Confederate forces at Chickamauga.
hree previous ships have been named MONTEREY?
a screw lug which served in San Francisco Bay from
1863 to 18925 Monitor No. 6, which was commissioned in
1893, serving in the Spanish-American War and the
Philippine lnsurrectiong and the WWII aircraft carrien
C VL 26, which won ll battle stars and was decommis-
sioned in 1956.
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UNTEREY is equipped with the most advanced
run-al weapons systems in the world. AEGIS, a
cimipiitei'i'gea', quick reaction air defense system, pro-
vides estrizonliiuity' capabilities against attacking air-
craft and missiles. The heart of the AEGIS system is
the SPY-IB radar which automatically detects and
tracks virtually everything that is flying within 200
miles. MONTEREY also has the most advanced under-
water suiveillance system available toda
antisubmarine warfare KASWJ equipment consists ofa
hull mounted sonan acoustic array sonar w
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LAMPS MK III helicopter C1 MONTEREYS me
capabilities in excess of 100 miles. he Img rang!
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sponse gas turbine ljetl engines to We reckoned with
30 kms, MoNTEREY is a force to be ,,
and is always "Rough in Battle, Readl In
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rest: Pictured is General Zachary Taylor in his
typical battle pose, leg slung over the saddle atop his
famous white stallion "Old Whitie", before the heavily
defended Independence hill, the turning point in the battle
of Monterey, Mexico. In the background, Black Fort
another massive stone work protects the city.
hield: The central shield represents AEGIS, the im-
penetrable defensive shield ofthe ancient Greek god
Zeus. Over this appears the red three-pronged arrows of
the Surface Warfare logo, symbolizing the ships three
dimensional ain surface, and subsurface anti-threat capa-
bilities. The AEGIS elongated octagon covers this symbol.
This octogon is familiar to all who view the modern
warshipls sophisticated radar array. Centered on the
octagon is a dark blue anchor characterizing seapowen
strength. and Navy tradition. The fold star over the anchor
depicts battle stars earned by the aircraft carrier previ-
ously name MONTEREY during WWII. The principle
colors, red and gold, establish bravery and excellence as
LENGTH .... . . . 567 FEET
BEAM ....... ...... 5 5 FEET
SPEED .............. .... 3 0+ KNOTS
DRAFT IKEELJ ........ .... 2 3.2 FEET
DRAFT IINAVIGATIOND . . . .... 31.8 FEET
DISPLACEMENT .................. 9, 516 TONS
ACCOMODATIONS ............... 37 OFFICERS
4 LM2500 GAS TURBINE ENGINES
2 CONTROl.I.AI3LE REVERSIBLE PITCH PROPELLERS
ANISPY-IB RADAR IFOUR ARRAYSJ
ANISPS-49 AIR SEARCH RADAR
ANISPS-55 SURFACE SEARCH RADAR
ANISPS-64 NAVIGATION RADAR
ANISPQ-9 SURFACE SURVEILLANCE AND TRACKING
4 ANISPG-62 ILLUMINATORS
ANlSQR-I9 TOWED-ARRAY SONAR
ANISQS-53B SONAR SUITE
ANlSLQ-32IVJ3 ELECTRONIC WARFARE SUITE
MK 7 MOD 4 AEGIS WEAPON SYSTEM
2 MK 45 5"l54 CALIBER GUN MOUNTS
2 MK 41 VERTICAL LAUNCHING SYSTEMS QVLSJ
2 HARPOON MISSILE QUAD-CANISTER LAUNCHERS
2 MK 32 MOD I4 TORPEDO TUBES
2 MK 15 MOD 2 CLOSE-IN WEAPON SYSTEM QCIWSJ
2 MK32 MOD 14 TORPEDO TUBES
MK 36 MOD 2 SUPER RAPID BLOOMING OFFBOARD
4 50 CALIBER MACHINE GUNS
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MK 1 MOD O AEGIS DISPLAY GROUP
2 LAMPS MK III HELICOPTERS CSH-60BJ
aptain William R. Williams, a native of North Syr-
acuse, New York, graduated from the United States
Naval Acculemuv in 1971. After commissioning he was
assigned to USS BASILONEIDD-8241 as Gunnery Assis-
tant, followed by service in USS DALE KCG-191 as First
Lieutenant and Missile Fire Control Ojjicer Upon com-
pletion fy' Destroyer School in Newport he served as
Engineer Ojjicer in USS TALBOT lFFG-42, and as Mate-
rial Ojiicer on the stalfof Destroyer Squadron TWENTY-
F1 VE. After a shore assignment as an instructor at the U. S.
Naval Academy, Captain Williams was the commissioning
Executive Officer of USS AUBREY FITCH KFFG-341 in
Captain Williams served ashore in Washington as the
Militarjv Personnel Policy Coordinator in the Ojfficer of
the ChieftJNaval Operations lOP-132. Following gradu-
ation from the National Hhr College in 1987, he was
assigned to the Defense Intelligence Agency in the Direc-
torate of JCS Support, serving as Operations and Intel-
ligence Planner with the Joint Operations Division, Direc-
torate for Operations lJ3!JODj, the Joint Staff
In 1989 Captain Williams was assigned as Command
ing Ojficen USS CONYNGHAM IDDG-172. Laten ln
assumed command of USS ARTHUR W RADFORL
CDD-9681, and participated in Operation Desert Storm
Prior to reporting to USS MONT ERE X Captain William
served as Fleet Operations and Schedules Officer OH IW
staff of Commanden SECOND FLEET
Captain Williams holds a Bachelor of Science Degm
from the Naval Academy and a Master of General Admit'
istration degree from the University of MGWIUM'
personal awards include the Defense Superior SEVWU
Medal, four Meritorious Service Medals, and tw0 NW'
Captain Mlliams is married to the former Karen An
Halsey of Syracuse, New York. They have three childrffl
Rebecca, Sarah, and Matthew.
ieutenant Commander David A. Mee was born in
Manhattan, New York and was raised in London.
England. He graduated from Liverpool University with a
Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology in 1981. He was
commissioned an Ensign in the United States Navy at
Officer Candidate School in Newport, Rhode Island in
Hisjirst tour in the U.S. Navy was in USS FOX ICG-331
where he served as the Anti-Submarine Warfare Officer
until November 1985. After completing Engineering Offi-
cer of the Watch training at Surface Warfare Officers
School Command, Coronado, CalU'omia, he reported
aboad USS OGDEN ILPD-51 where he served as the Main
Propulsion Ojicer until February 1988.
After graduating from Surface Waqfare Officers Depart-
ment Head course in October 1988, he reported to USS
VANDEGRIFT I FF G-48 1 as the Engineer Omcer In 1990
he transferred to the Staf of Commander: Destroyer
Squadron twenty-Three as the Materials Officer and later
was assigned duties as the Sta,U'Anti-Submarine Warfare
LCDR Mee was then assigned in May 1993 to the
Surface Warfare Officers School Command, Newport,
Rhode Island to serve as an Irtstructor and the Academic
Director at the Division Ojjicer Course. Returning to sea
duty upon completion of the PXO training pipeline, he
reported to USS MONTEREY ICG-611 in July 0fI995 as
the Executive Officer
LCDR Mee wears the Navy Commendation Medal Cfour
awardsl. He is married to the former Irene M. Smith of
LCDR William E. Raup, born in the
Panama Canal Zone, is a native of
Columbia, Maryland and graduated
from Pennsylvania State University in
1987 with a Bachelor of Science De-
gree in Mathematics. Following com-
missioning, he reported aboard USS
ROBERT E. PEARY IFF-10732 serv-
ing as ASW Officer and M-Division
Officer Next, he reported to USS
GOLDSBOROUGH IDDG-202 as the
Main Propulsion Assistant, which was
hallowed by an assignment at Jack-
sonville University as instructor ofthe
LCDR James P Wtha, a native of Brook-
field, Illinois, is a graduate of Marquette
Univesity with a B. S. in Physics. Follow-
ing his commissioning in 1986, he re-
ported to USS MOBILE BAY ICG-531
where he served as First Lieutenant,
DCA, Fire Control Ojicerg and Nav!
Admin Officer His next sea tour was as
Flag Lieutenant to Commander: Cruis-
er-Destroyer Group 12. Following com-
Plefion of language training at the De-
fense Language Institute in Monterey,
CA, he studied for two years at the
R Joseph P Hennessy, a native of
Long Island, New York, grc1duC1f6'df"0m
the University of Wisconsin, Madison, in
1983. After commissioning he attended a
series on training commands prior I0
reporting to USS GLOVER IFF-10981
as Assistant Supply Ojficen serving Us
the Disbursing and Sales Officer for
nearly two years before fleeting-up and
assuming duties as the Supply 0516671
Next, he returned to the Navy Supply
Corps School in Athens, GA for instruc-
tor duty, which was followed by overseas
duty at Commander Task Force Six-
Three where he served as the SIXTH
NROTC Unit. He reported aboard
MONTEREY in March, 1995 as
LCDR Raup received his MBA from
Jacksonville University in 1994. His
personal awards include the Navy
Commendation Medal and three Navy
LCDR Raup is married to the former
Johanna Lynn Hilderbrandt from Co-
lumbia, Maryland. They have two
daughters, Stephanie and Emily.
FLEET Fuels Ojicer and as the Mak
rial Control Ojiicer!CASREP Expedia, '
for all ships deployed to Sixth Flu. hi
during Operations Desert Shield fn
Desert Storm. Prior to reporting to lm
MONTEREY in June 1995, LCDR Hen 5,
nessy completed a two-year Masters De 0
gree program in Business Administri If
tion at the University of Florida, H' S
personal awards include a Navy Com ei
mendation Medal and two Nav ll'
Achievement Medals. He is married P
the former Tonyia Barnes of Pensacoli CI
University of Cologne in Cologne, Gel' 3
many. He reported to MONTEREY .li il
August 1995. His personal awards W' S
clude two Navy Commendation Medal-9 J
the Navy Achievement Meddli w1d""
Arleigh Burke Award at Surface Waffaf' Q I
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LCDR Wtha is married to the f0f""'i P
Kimberlee Anne Davis. Theynhavethlej l
children, Jamie, Anneliese, 0 'l
LT John L Magee, a native of Man-
hattan Beach, Caldornia, graduated
from the University of Southern Cali-
fornia in 1983 with a Bachelor of Sci-
ence degree in Business Administra-
tiondllarketing. After graduating from
Officer Candidate School in November
1986, he reported aboard USS CON-
STELLATION ICV-641 serving as Op-
tions of Main Propulsion Assistant
and Gunners' Ofiicer In May 1994. af-
ter attending Department Head
School, he reported aboard MON-
TEREY where he has acted as Heap-
ons Control Officer and Combat Sys-
tems Officer His collateral duties
include Morale, Welfare. and Recre-
ation Ojicen advisor to the
erational Electronic Data!Communica-
tions Maintenance Division Officer
P-3 Group Ojicen and 4 Main Ma-
chinery Room Division Ojicer In
February 1990, as part of the pre-
commissioning team aboard USS
CHOSIN ICG-611 he held the posi-
children, Collin and Sarah.
i LT Kenneth M. Coleman, a native of
Vestal, New Hirk, attended the State
Universitv ofNew York at Bingham-
ton. He received his Bachelor tif'.-Xrts
degree in Political Science and Histo-
Caltdidate School in 1990. Reporting
in September 1991. his first tour of
duty' was Clhlitlfll CSS Cl.1FTUfY
SPRAGUE lF1"G-162 where he served
pulsion Assistant, and Electronic
Cruisebook Committee. LT .Uagees
personal awards include two Mtv-v
Achievement Medals. He is married to
the former Karen Suzanne Blackmar
ofMt. Pleasant, Texas. They have two
rv He was commisstom'dfrom Qtficer
as Communicatitins Officer Main Pro-
Readiness Officer: Next, LT Coleman
reported alioard .MONTEREY in Sep-
tember 199-I where he currently serves
as the Navigator and Administrative
Officer and as the division officer for
the Administration, Navigation, and
Medical divisions. LT Coleman is
awards include two Navy Commenda-
tion Medals and the Navy Achieve-
ment Medal. He is married to the for-
mer Beth Ann Palazzo of Staten
Island, New York.
LCDR Michael L. Martin, a native of
Alexandria, Wrginia, graduated from
the University of Mississippi with a B. S.
in Geological Engineering. Commis-
sioned in 1983, he reported to flight
school in Pensacola, received designa-
tion as a Naval Aviator: and was ordered
to HSL-41 for fleet replacement pilot
training in the SH-60B. In 1986 he re-
ported to HSL-42 as Training Officer
and Maintenance Officen followed by
instructor duty at HSL-40. In 1991 he
reported aboard USS OKINAWA
ll-PH-31 flying the UH-IN and serving
as Aircraft Handling Officer and as Mini
Boss. ln 1992 he reported to the staff of
Commandeh Training Command, US
Pacific Fleet where he served as Flag
Lieutenant. He next reported to HSL-46
where he served as Aircrafi Mainte-
nance Officer He currently serves os
OIC ofHSL-46 Det 9. LCDR Martin has
been awarded two Navy Commendation
Medals and three Navy Achievement
Medals. He is married to the former
Theodosia Donelson of Clarksdale, Mis-
sissippi. They have two children, Mar-
ilyn and Drew.
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August 1995. With the remainder of the battle group still
recovering from a hurricane in Norfolk, MONTEREY was tasked to
proceed independently at best speed across the Atlantic Ocean to
assume the duties as Red Crown in the Adriatic Sea. Dodging five
other major storms, MONTEREY made it through some vetjw rough
seas and then spent eight hours refueling in Ponta Delgada. Agores
on 1 September
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along the harbor. Above left, FC1 Jones,
SKSN Krueger, and FCI Boutieller wave.
aving left our mark on the Azores, we were once
again underway making best speed to the
Adriatic Sea. On the morning of Sunday 3 September,
accompanied by a school of dolphins we passed the fa-
mous Rock of Gibraltar One of the Pillars of Hercules
Gibraltar marks the entrance to the Mediterranean. By
6 September we were on station in the Adriatic reliev-
ing USS MISSISSIPPI ICGN-402 as Red Crown, track-
ing and identqcying aircraft while of the coast of the
former Republic of Yugoslavia, and maintaining infor-
mation on surface vessels in support of Operation
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Adriatic Sea, Trieste was a slow paced city with over haf
the pppulation being retirees. Sights there inchiaea' the rztirzs
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ceived word that we would be visiting Ancona.
Italy, g City that had not hosted an American warship
in Over two years. Unfamiliar with the city, the tour
guide described Ancona as an "industrial, unattractive
gvetj have an interesting, though small and semi-aban-
ort town in the region ofthe Marches that does. how-
doned historical center " With this inauspicious report.
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nings with strolling residents who welcomed us warmly
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members took the opportunity to tour northern
holy by train. Among the major cities visited were Ke-
nice, Bologna, Pisa, Florence, and Milan affording op
grzunities to see some of the worlds mostfamous ar-
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were underway and by that evening were back in
Trieste to replace the TACAN antenna that had been
struck by lightning. The next afternoon we were once
again headed to the Adriatic. We also added a dish to
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emperor twenty centuries ago. Sizzling kabobs, beauti-
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offered throughout the markets and busy streets by in-
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sistent hawkers, On Monday, 30 Octoben after five
days of liberty we were once again underway.
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the Suez Canal on Saturday, I 8 November taking
thirteen hours and covering over 110 miles. On the
west bank, the dark shadows of the clouds rolled slowly
across the inhospitable dunes and the occasional rust-
ing remains of a twisted tank from the Israeli invasion
over two decades ago. To the east, villages grew
around small clusters of palm trees and sand bags sur-
rounded Egyptian gun emplacements. The AMERICA,
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NGAHELA, followed closely behind us filling the nar-
row waterway and appeared to be on the trickling re-
mains of an ancient ocean. Donkeys, camels, exotic
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aster Chief Barbour entered the Navy in March
I968, and attended Recruit Training Command
Great Lakes, Illinois. He reported to his first duty assign-
ment on board USS PUGET SOUND MD-382 as a deck
searnan. He has served on board USS LAMOURE CITY
ILSTT-11941, USS PLYMOUTH ROCK ILSD-291, USS
PONCHATOUIA IAO-1482, USS SAMPLE IFF-10482,
USS WHIPPLE IFF-10622, USS JOHN L. HALL IFF-
32j. His shore commands include Fleet Daining Group
Pearl Harbor, Hawaii and Recruit Company Comman-
den Great Lakes, Illinois.
Master Chief Barbour's personal awards include the
Navy and Marine Corp Medal, Navy Commendation
Medal, three Navy Achievement Medals, SouthwestAsia
Medal with Bronze Stan five Battle "E" Medals, and nine
Sea Service Deployment Ribbons.
Master Chief Barbour is married to the former Mary
Favior of Kenosha, Wisconsin. They have one son, Ted.
AVADMIN, the most diverse and important depart-
ment onboard MONTEREX is composed of nine
ratings that encompass an extremely wide range of
responsibilities. The driving force behind virtually every
mission, the members of this department represent the
finest qualities in today 's Navy.
n the bridge, you will find our highly skilled crew of
Quartermasters running the ship. These are the
men who have charted M ON TERE Y 's course across the
Atlantic, to the Mediterranean, Arabian Guh' and back
home. Equally comfortable with today 's electronu' navi-
gation techniques as they are with the ancient mariner's
sextant, these men are directly involved in every opera-
tion at sea.
o less important is the tremendous crew of Ship 's
Ojice personnel who are responsible for a myriad
of instructions, letters, documents and service records.
These men are often the true masters ofa Navy with
countless regulations and directives. From awards to
legal matters to operational designations and promo-
tions, the Personnelmen and Yeomen of M ON T ERE Y
are the ones who make it all official.
ent is our crzacal stajj' of Corpsmen who treat every
ailment from the common cold to wounds received
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in att e. In addition to the intensive training they
receive, they ensure the crew is also practiced at id-
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find a group more professional than that in MON.
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inally is our outstanding group of specialized ali
sors who are highly trained in their respectivejiai
Our Command Master Chief is the senior enlisted
sor and confers directly with the Captain on allmaltql
concerning the webfare ofthe crew. The Chief Mtllllff
Arms is MUN TERE Y 's sheriff who devotes all of
time to the legal and disciplinary matters tlffecfllll all
crew. Our 3M Coordinator liasons directly with 0143?
maintenance facilities and is responsible for the NW!!
mous data base onboard that documents MONTE f
required repairs. The Command Career Counselor gt
man who negotiates future orders and guides thvflff
paths of our Sailors. Finally are MONT ERE Y 'f CW
lain and Command Religious Programs Coorduwlvh
who together are responsible for the spiritual well IW!
ofthe crew and have developed a trememlvll-Y vim
educational environment including PACE coufS t
and an amazing Learning Resource Centen I t
s you can see, NAVADMIN does italL Ffom 6 A
ing our career paths to laying a courS0f0"
adventures, the members of NAVADMIN fel' S ,
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in support of the ship 's overall combat readiness
and Aegis Combat systems. CX division supports the
administrative system, test configuration control and
training within Combat Systems department. CA division
supports the ship 's Anti-Submarine Warfare mission
which makes up the ANXSQQ-89lVj3 ASW SUITE, the
ANXSQS-53B Sonar. ANXSQR-I9 Tactical Towed Array,
ANXSQQ-28 Sonobouy Processon and MK-116 Mod 6
A for the ship 's Anti-Submarine Threat and underwater
communications systems. The division includes Surface
UBFC S and associated auxiliary equipment responsible
tains and supports the ship 's communications systems,
Global Positioning Satellite Systems and all interior
communications systems onboard. The division includes
1 Electronics Technicians and Interior Communications
Sonar Technicians and Torpedomen. CE divisions main-
2 CCTV television, SPS-49Air sooroh Radan SPS-55
1 Radan SPS-64, F oruno, Gyrocompass, Underwater Log,
Technicians. CF division maintains ship 's SPICIB
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verters and 0N!201 Communications System r05P0"""
ble for the ship 's safety against tlif Warfare Smkes' Th'
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tems, Phalanx CI WS, MK-45 5" GUN System, MMF
Gun Fire Control System and all small arms magww
in support of Naval Gun Fire Support and Untbsmaa.
CM division Support,
boat attack. The division includes Fire C011
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MK-41 Vertical Launching System, Tomahawk We W
System, SM-2 Missiles, Harpoon Anti-Sllffaceshlp
sile System, and Over-the-Horizon Ttlfgeting Systglfat,
CJOTSQ protecting the ship against aif3 land and S WM
missiles. The division includes Fire C0r1tf0' Techn
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Etechnicians in seven dqferent ratings. Each
W, inport and at sea, we make the ship habitable, safe-
d its watertight integrity, provide the backbone of
5:1Z,ew's damage control capabilities and training,
ef other department's equipment, and stand ready to
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Higgs" labor in the heart ofthe ship, hidden away
from me topside world of sunshine and sea spray.
mpelling MON TERE Yto 30+ knots, Main Propul-
sign lMPj Division may be the first to come to mind
,hm engineers are mentioned. Gas Turbine System
Technicians, Electrical and Mechanical I GSE 's and
GSMEQ, work in the Central Control Station K C CS j, and
ain En inerooms One and Two, maintaining four
7M2500iropulsion gas turbines, main reduction gears,
reversible pitch propeller systems, associated shafting,
lube oil, fuel, sea water and compressed gas systems, and
control consoles and circuitry. Also in their care are
three Allison gas turbine 2500 KW electric generators
with associated switchboards and waste heat boilers. The
majority ofthe EOOW's and CS Console Watchstanders
are senior GS 's. Oil Lab personnel, responsible for all
bulk petroleum and boiler water quality, also belong to
he behind-the-scenes heroes of Auxialiary Division
IA-Gangj may have the biggest moment to moment
impact on the lives of their shipmates of any division
aboard. Their four air conditioning plants make M ON-
TEREY's interior livable, in addition to cooling vital
combat systems electronics equipment and spaces. Meals
come from food preserved by A-Gang's two refrigeration
plants and are prepared with A-Gan g maintained galley
fquipment. Auxiliary Division owns the two distilling
Plants for fresh water at sea and maintains the hot water
heaters for showers and laundry lalong with the laundry
washers and dryers themselves J. Three low pressure air
compressors provide ship 's service air while two high
Pressure air compressors provide 3000 PSI air for a
WMO' of uses from launching torpedoes to starting gas
Ulrbines. If you eat it, drink it, wear it, or use pneumatic
Pvwer to run it, A-Gang had a hand in providing it. The
Enginemen also maintain numerous unique pieces of
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the anchor windlass, etc. When orders are given to the
helm, A-Gang's steering gear moves the rudder:
lthough they make up one ofthe smallest Divisions
onboard, the Electricians lEM'sj of EE Division
have one of the largest areas of responsibility on MON-
TEREX They maintain the 60 Hertz distribution system
and associated electrical equipment - a galaxy of lights,
heaters, motors, switches, cables, circuit breakers, and
receptacles. From navigation lights on the mast to galley
equipment to ventilation fan motors to helo hangar
power stations, MO.YTEREY's electricians find a wide
range of challenges each day. In addition to mainte-
nance and repair duties, EA Division makes shore power
connections, runs the Tool Issue Room and provides
safety inspections for personal electrical equipment.
hree ratings make up ER Division. The Damage
Controlmen lDC'sJ proudly bear the title "MON-
TE RE Y fire Department, "serving in key positions in
damage control parties and providing expertise for train-
ing their shipmates in battle damage response. In addi-
tion, they maintain the gear in three repair lockers and
fire suppression systems I installed C O2, halon gas, and
AI-'FF hose reels 1 throughout the ship. The General
Workshop is staffed with Hull Technicians lHT's1 who
serve as the .ship 's welders and plumbers. They wage an
unending battle against wear and tear, mending the
thousands of pieces of metal which comprise the MON-
TERE X The critical services these talented individuals
provide are indespensible to the rnatenal readiness of
MONTEREY and the morale of her crew. MON-
TEREY's Machinery Repairrnan IMRQ also works in the
General Workshop. An individual craftsman, the MR
works with a lathe and other machine tools to create
items from stock metal, an indispensable asset for a
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he Supply departrrrent is responsible for the quality of
life ofeverjv MONTEREY sailor: Its members are
very iliverse. krrorvledgeable andproficient in their spe-
cialty areas and are devoted to customer satisfaction. The
Supply departrrrent consists offour primary divisions:
Stores tS-ll, Food Service iS-22, Sales KS-3j, and Disburs-
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pr'ocur'e, receive, store and issue repair parts and
corrsurrralrle items. Tlrey are the-financial managers ofthe
slrip Is OPYHR-tiirrds. They are responsiblefor the access
and operations ofthe SNAP computer system which is
used during the reqriisitiorring process. They operate the
Post Office. ensure the security ofhiglz cost Depot Level
Repairalrle tDLRr parts and manage the shipboard Hag-
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all quality, variety and nutritional content ofthe
meals served onboard. Additionally they are charged with
tlze sanitation and cleanliness ofthe Galley, Mess Decks,
and Wardroom and Chief Petty QfficerMesses. They
maintain over 45 days worth of frozen and dry provisions
as well as organize the replenishment of these iI6'H1-Y'
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crew. They operate the laundry, the barber'sl10l'f 'he
candy and soda vending machines, the coin clrangeltlllll
the MONTEREY Plaza Store. The profits from sales 30
towards the ship is Morale, Wehfare and Recreation Full
They provide all ofthe necessities that are required I0
make ship lute as comfortable as possible-
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onboard. They are responsible for ensuring ffm' fffft
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paid promptly and that dealers ' bills are paid accurately.
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ne ofthe highlights ofthe deployment was the Passex
conducted with the Russian K UZNE TSOV battle-
group an Sunday, 21 January 1996.
earts raced as MONTEREY entered the Mayport
basin an Saturday nzartzitzg, 24 February. More than
six months had passed while we had waitedfar that magi-
Cal ward to be passed: NIOORED! Wves. ClIlldI'6ll,fl'l6l1ClS.
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bove you can see some ofthe children that were born
to MONTEREY-fY1ll16l'.Y while we were deployed. They
represent one ofthe many reasons why MONTEREY has
been gone pn' so long: ensuring the safety of our children
and families. MONTEREY traveled 45, 201 nautical miles
since we departed Mayport last August l slightly more than
twice around the Earth at the equatorj. While we were gone
we made 17017 visits to Italy six times, Greece twice, and
once to Dirkey - not exactly the ideal pleasure cruise. But
seeing my wU'e on the pier when we retumed was one of my
happiest moments. I give thanksfor myfamily and my coun-
try- and to have finished this book. I hope you have enjoyed
it. I 'd like to tlzank tltose shtpmates who submitted pictures,
and I'd like to thank Mike Cadyfrom Delmar for his
patience. I 'd also like toithank my wife Rebecca for allow-
ing me to clutter our dining room while Ijinished thefnal
layouts during the leave period that was supposed to be
devoted to her PNZI S WJ Steven J. Green
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