USS Roosevelt (CVN 71) - Naval Cruise Book

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' ' Tradition of Excellence nj' 0 S MQMEFMUWW inn 1-Y 1" From: Chief of Naval Personnel, Wash- ington D.C. To: Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island Subj: CHANGE OF DUTY ORDERS FOR CAPTAIN STANLEY W. BRYANT, USN 1. When directed by reporting senior, de- tach in May 1992 and report to Command- ing Officer, USS THEODORE ROOSE- VELT as his relief. USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT , ,wwf vi x.. W1 wf1L1q,f 'tftwjlfjygfgg JY' 'wh V lib. ' A sz 'H 1 ,L f . 4 L, P f 4 If , J 131:33 ga .- u 1 I ...L .'fff""f'lSIlll'll' f 4- IL, .f........'m.. I :- I Q as ls I I' 1 4 Q g l Tradltlon o Excellence Xxx O I is 49 N S Q V 3? . . Qmll, . , ., W f -L f U73 ,,, 1 ,. t ," .71 -'.:' '. . xxxX,.." Wm . DC Th1s IS a new and hopeful world, but one full of danger. I arn convinced that your coun- try, through you, has a historic role in trying to make sure that there is, after all, a new world order, rooted in peace, dedicat- ed to prosperity and opportu- nity. The American people have placed their faith in you, and you have placed your life at the service of your country. The faith is well placed, and I thank you. -President Bill Clinton March 12, 1993 EVELT A 1 p s n E n X 1 1 1 , I I n I R , 5 i 1 : a 5 -1 N F I i V 1 1. k if 1. d VY ZS 11 rt. u S H1 Y n fi cl if xA le ai as 1 ll 1 i 2 3 3 E 5 5 3 1 2 f s 5 r 1 i 1t1on cycle, the ship of 1990 for her across the on january pace lTop Ieftj TB transits the Suez Canal enroute to the Persian Gulf in support of Operation Desert Storm. fLeftJ The newly commissioned TR conducts shock trials in early 1987. fAbovej TR's four commanding officers reunite during a change of command ceremony in August 1992. From left to rightg Captain C.S, Abbot, Captain D.W. Hitt IBQLJ, RADM P.W. Parceils and Captain SW. Bryant. USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT X 7 Carrler lI'p0W ,HH-at x xg X The "vm-.... E-ZC Hawkeye CH-53D Sea Stallion 4 S1 T h e Hawk submarine copter. I-Iawk's which i the SH-BOF also in rescue and tions and Hawk helicopters during all flight the ship. UH-TIN Huey primary ncludes 'EBF' Sea Hawk E .Q ,Z E 3 gf 5 E S Sz if ,. f' K w 1 V V11 I 4 .V 411, :ul x X L Xa-ig -f f '-955:45 0 K ,K . 4 , x f ' F f L ., - X. ' 4 D ' LH: 3 2' . f ' 51,-,.. ,, Q , ,Mile--ffb-Q ' 4 ., 1 'H ,Qu .My fix ,EV - jg: z Lx . + f hifi g 4141?-?' ' f . 'if' X 'x gpggfn- if , ,, f,,:YG:Ma A- -- :?+11f.g . , , y A K--X 1 -,fa Eiag, ' - L Q 1 I ,Q .f'z':1??7f.'Q'.g. aff Diff A ,f Xk" 1 '-f-vwff, T2 ve' 1' ' k ' 56 f"Y':3f'1? wif: 3'-1-K " ' A A ' 1 f ff- .'.?1i3534k"vL:f4i5f-Qigfg' V" 'Q f ks 'nba' 7 .mififf-'JJ ' f ff 1 ,aww 7 , ' " gl ' 1253 Battle Group EIGHT Commander, Carrier W ' Rear dmiral Robert 1. Spane April 1991 to October 1992 Rear Admiral Robert 1. Spane assumed the duties of Commander Carrier Group EIGHT in April 1991 while the THEODORE ROOSE VELT Battle Group was Operating in the Red Sea. Admiral Spane was born in East Ely, Neva da. He graduated from the U.S. Naval Acade my in 1962 and was designated a Naval Avi ator in 1963. He is also a graduate of the Naval Post Graduate School and Nuclear Power School. Admiral Spane served as both the Ex- ecutive Officer and Commanding Officer of Attack Squadron THIR- TY-SEVEN, Command- ing Officer of USS TRIP- OLI ILPH 101, and both Executive Officer and Commanding Officer of USS ENTERPRISE QCVN 651. In addition, he has served in the following squadron assignments: Attack Squadron SIX- TY-SIX, USS ENTER- PRISE ICVN 651, USS AMERICA ICV 661, At- tack Squadron NINE- TY-FOUR, USS HAN- COCK ICVA 191g Attack Squadron EIGHTY- ONE, USS FORRESTAL ICV 5915 and Attack Squadron THIRTY- SEVEN, USS SARATO- GA ICV 601. During these assignments he USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT made over 1000 carrier landings. His shore and staff as- signments include Air Test and Evaluation Squadron FIVE, War at Sea Project Officerg Of- fice of the Secretary of Defense, TACAIR Proj- ect Officer, COMNAV- SURFPAC and COM- PHIBGRU EASTPAC, Staff, COMCRUDES- GRU ONE, Chief of Staff U.S. Pacific Com- mand, Chief, Current Operationsg and U.S. Atlantic Command, Di- rector for Operations. Admiral S ane has been awarded, the De- fense Superior Service Medal, Legion of Merit, Bronze Star Medal, Meritorious Service Medal with Gold Star in lieu of second award, Air Medal with Silver Star and four Gold Stars in lieu of subsequent awards, Navy Com- mendation Medal with Combat "V" and two Gold Stars in lieu of sec- ond and third awards, 1oint Unit Commenda- tion Medal, Navy Unit Commendation Medal, and various campaign ribbons. Admiral R. 1. "Rocky" S ane and his wife Lindla reside in Norfolk, Virginia. They have three children, Robert, Michele, and Jonathan. 1 i 1 'lf' ,4' C OMMAND Commander, Carrier Battle Group EIGHT Rear dmlral Ia L Iohnson A native of West Salem Wisconsin Rear Admiral Iohnson was commissioned on 5 Iune 1968 followin graduation from the Unite States Naval Academy He entered flight training at Pensacola Florida and was designated a Naval Aviator 1n October 1969 Following fleet replace ment training 1n the F81 Crusader at VF-124 NAS Miramar Rear Admiral Iohnson reported to VF-191 where he made two combat cruises on board USS ORIS KANY CVA 341 . In Iu y 1973 he reported to the Bureau of Naval Per- sonnel where he served as an AVIHIIOH 1un1or Officer Detailer unt1l December 1975 This was followed by enrollment at the Armed Forces Staff College where he graduated 1n1une 1976 Returning to VF-124 Rear Admiral 1ohnson under- went training in the F -14A Tomcat. His subsequent as- signment to VF-142 in May 1977 included Mediterra- nean deployments aboard USS AMERICA ICV 661 and USS DWIGHT D. EISEN- A1r Wing ONE this time as a Senior Carrier Air Wing Commander During this tour Carrier Air Wing ONE embarked in USS AMERI- CA KCV 661 for Norwegian Sea operations and a Med- iterraneanflndian Ocean deployment He was re- lieved in Iuly 1989 and sub- sequently reported to the Naval War College as a member of the CNO s Stra- tegic Studies Grou Rear Admiral 10 nson re- ported for duty 1n1une 1990 as the Dlrector Distribution Department Naval M1l1tary Personnel Command and served as Assistant Chief of Naval Personnel for Distri- bution 1n the Bureau of Na- val Personnel In October 1992 Rear Ad- miral Iohnson re orted for duty as Comman er Carrier Group EIGHT Rear Admiral Iohnsons decorations include the Le- gion of Merit IZ1, Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal, Air Medal 181, Navy Com- mendation Medal and other service X campai n awards. He is marrie to the for- October 1992 to Present ,I ' ," ' . I . I If s 5 HOWER ICVN 691. In Au ust 1979, Rear Ad- miral Ioinson was assigned as Executive Officer of VF - 101. From Iuly 1980 to Ian- uary 1983, he served as Ex- ecutive Officer and Com- manding Officer of VF-84, embarked in USS NIMITZ ICVN 681. Rear Admiral Iohnson next reported to the Naval Military Personnel Com- mand where he served as Head, Aviation Iunior Offi- cer Assignment Branch un- til September 1984. In March 1985, he assumed command of Carrier Air Wing ONE. During this tour, Air Wing ONE embarked in USS AMERICA ICV 661 for Norwegian Sea and Medi- USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT terranean operations. U or relinquishing commandp in Iuly 1986, Rear Admiral Iohnson reported to Com- mander Sixth Fleet where he served as Assistant Chief of Staff for Operations until Iune 1987. In February 1988, Rear Admiral Iohnson again as- sumed command of Carrier mer Garland Hawthorne of Colorado Springs, Colorado. They reside in Norfolk, Vir- ginia, with their daughter, Cullen, a graduate of Longwood College in Farmville, Virginia. 433 C OMMAND -at Commandln Officer Rear dmiral Charles S. Abbot la, Florida, Rear Admi- ral Charles S. Abbot graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 1966 and reported to the guided missile destroyer USS HENRY B. WILSON IDDG 71 for duty as Mis- sile Officer. In October 1967, Admiral Abbot entered New College Oxford University, Eng- land, as a Rhodes Schol- ar. After completing his graduate degree he at- tended flight training, and was designated a Naval Aviator in 1972. Admiral Abbot then reported to VA-122 at Lemoore, California, for A-7E Corsair II Fleet Readiness Training and was assigned to Attack Squadron 27 on board USS ENTERPRISE ICVN 651. He completed U.S. ICVN 711 Precommis- sioning Unit as Execu- tive Officer. He served as the first Executive Officer of the ship fol- lowing commissioning in October 1986. After detaching from USS THEODORE ROO- SEVELT ICVN 711 in 1987, Admiral Abbot at- tended the Program for Senior Officials in Na- tional Security at Har- vard University dprior to reporting for uty as Commanding Officer, USS CALOOSAHAT- CHEE CAO 981. In Feb- ruary 1989 he was as- signed as Assistant Chief of Staff for Oper- ations for Commander SECOND FLEET, rior to being orderedp for duty as Commanding Officer, USS THEO- DORE ROOSEVELT QCVN 711. Iune 1990 to August 1992 A native of Pensaco- DORE ROOSEVELT l Air Force Test Pilot School at Edwards Air Force Base, California, in 1976, and was as- signed to the Strike Air- craft Test Directorate at the Naval Air Test Center, Patuxent River, MD. While at Patuxent River, Admiral Abbot participated as a test pi- lot in the T-34C, T-A7C and FXA-18 projects. He was the first attack pilot to fly the FXA-18 Hornet. In February 1980 he joined VA-46 on board USS 1OHN F. KENNE- DY ICV-671. Following this tour, Admiral Ab- USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT bot served in VA-86 as Executive Officer and then Commanding Of- ficer from 1une 1982 until Iune 1983. In Iuly 1983, he en- tered the Naval Nuclear Power School, and fol- lowing completion, re- ported to USS THEO- Admiral Abbot is married to the former Marjorie Sellars of Cleveland, Ohio. They have three sons, Spen- cer, Sebastian and Mat- thew, and reside in Grafton, Virginia. I F X ' ' 5',Avf"f 5,5 it , -1- wr: qfvbxiz W5 Q ,ie T Jrjj-5: 1 L: -' aa, X ,W A K QM J 'W' A ,f?Sj,v,,f1v2-Qlgzy 'V f:"',- " n:w, ,bl LJ:7g,3,k.,,,f1.,,.Q3,1.e.lj . Lv ms , 1 ,rw V ' + + 22 ' , ,i w-mg ,vvfw '- Jwf- 1,451.11 f-vw yy- A gpgwii' 1 F H f w Q 1 5 A .1 31 5:5 Q. Q 7 'N Xa sq L 3:1 xi? .3 3 Q Q ifgg, 3 2141- ' 1 E444 W fi gm W ix - , W. -. 1 ix f 5 1. ' Fijx ,vids ,x fi il " - A , 55 125' ff , Zig? , 59' i. 4l':w.-, if 4 1--V fi Y 1xa,wg, my ' ,N "T .M . 'wx . -E f ' ,+i,r,1 4, Q A, M V ,Mfllm-W Yi Y' Y .F?'! , 1.12, f , ' W , 2 - f 'Y ' '?'i' ,"'Y5"i X J " ' 1' " 1 ,Ba-St "-L14 ' f H if f ir N qv wx xf Y , af f MW f Hr I ,.V, W9 M I 1 f in Q P ' A we -V4 -'nf 15" 4,4 29 , . L ' v . ,sm af jim v llf -i V LF' 'V M Mlm-w rings' - , V Y Aj 'l Commandln Officer Captain Stanley W. Br ant August 1992 to Present i A native of Detroit, Mich- igan, Captain Stanley W Bryant graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy and was commissioned an En- sign in Iune 1969. He then attended flight training with Training Squadron 10 in Pensacola, Florida, and Training Squadron 86 in Glynco, Georgia, receiving his gold wings and designa- tion as a Naval Flight Of- ficer in March 1970. Upon completion of re- placement trainin as an A- 6 Intruder ombar- dierf navigator with Attack Squadron 128, Captain Bry- ant reported to Attack Squadron 196, making two combat deployments to Southeast Asia on USS EN- TERPRISE ICVN 651. He then returned to Training Squadron 10 in Pensacola as a flight instructor and stu- dent control officer until February 1976. Upon com- pletion of A-6 Intruder re- resher training with Attack Squadron 42 in Iuly 1976, he reported to Attack Squadron 65 making two Mediterra- nean dep oyments, one in USS INDEPENDENCE CCV 621 and one on USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER ICVN 691, serving as S uad- ron Maintenance Officer and Operations Officer dur- ing that period. After attending the Armed Forces Staff College from August 1979 to Ianuary 1980, Captain Bryant re ort- ed to the Staff of Medium Attack Wing ONE, where he served as the Wing's Ad- ministrative Officer until September 1980. He then joined the staff of Carrier Air Wing SEVEN as its Op- erations Officer, and again deployed on USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER CCVN 691 to the North Atlantic and Mediterranean. In February 1983, Captain USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT Bryant reported to Medium Attack Wing ONE, as the prospective Commanding Officer of the Warhorses of Attack Squadron 55, assum- ing command of the squad- ron upon its commissioning in October 1983. In May 1985 he reported to USS NIMITZ ICVN 681 as the As- sistant Air Officer. Upon completion of naval nuclear power training, Captain Bryant was assigned as the Executive Officer of USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN ICVN 721 Precommissioning Unit in October 1987. He commanded the ship's precommissioning unit from September 27, 1988 to No- vember 13, 1988, at which time he was relieved and re- assumed duties as Execu- tive Officer. Ca tain Bryant com- mandled USS PONCE QLPD 151 from Ianuary 1990 to Iu- ly 1991. His most recent as- signment was as a fellow on the Chief of Naval Opera- tions Strategic Studies Grou in Newport, Rhode Island. Ca tain Bryant's awards and dlecorations include the Legion of Merit, three Dis- tinguished Flying Crosses, two Meritorious Service Medals, the individual Air Medal, eight StrikefFlight Air Medals, the Navy Achievement Medal and numerous other campaign and service ribbons and medals. He has two sons: Timothy, who attends St. Bonaven- ture University in New York, and Scott, a recent graduate of St. Bonaventure, who resides in Virginia Beach. QQESE gl:-'F 4314 VN 51 5 um- A COMMAND Air Wing EIGHT Commander, Carrier Captain Charles W. Moore, Ir. 7 Februar 1989 to Iune 1993 Captain Charles W. Moore, 1r., was born on May 24, 1946 in Midland, Texas. A presidential appointee to the United States Naval Academy, he graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Aerospace Engi- neering and was commis- sioned an Ensign in the United States Navy on 1une 5, 1968. Captain Moore was designated a Naval Aviator in September 1969. 'In Iuly, 1970, after six months of training in the A- 7E Corsair II, he joined the "Blue Diamonds" of Attack Squadron 146. He made two combat deployments to the Western Pacific embarked on USS AMERICA ICV 661 and USS CONSTELLATION ICV 641, flying over 200 combat missions. In October 1972, Ca tain Moore joined the "HelI,Razors" of Attack Squadron 174 as an instruc- tor pilot. Transferring in March 1975, he reported aboard USS IOHN F. KEN- NEDY ICV 671 as Assistant Strike Operations Officer. During t is tour, Captain Moore earned his Surface Warfare Officer designation. In August 1979, after a tour on the staff of Com- mander, Light Attack Wing One, Captain Moore report- ed to the "Rampagers" of Attack Squadron 83, em- barking on USS FORRES- TAL ICV 591 for two Med- iterranean deployments. In May 1982, following command selection, Captain Moore once again reported to Commander, Light Attack Wing 1 at NAS Cecil Field, Florida awaiting FXA-18 transition. In October 1983, Captain Moore reported to the newly established "Wildcats" of Strike Fighter Squadron 131 as the Exec- utive Officer. He assumed command on December 2, 1985 embarked on USS USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT CORAL SEA KCV 431 during the squadron's first Medi- terranean deployment and led the "Wildcats" into com- bat during operations in the vicinity of Libya and the strike on Denina Airfield, Benghazi, Libya. He re- ceived the Vice Admiral Iames Bond Stockdale Award for Inspirational Leadership for his tour as Commanding Officer of Strike Fighter Squadron 131. Following graduation from the Naval War College, Captain Moore reported to Carrier Air Wing EIGHT in February 1989 as the Dep- uty Commander, complet- ing a Mediterranean deploy- ment embarked on USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT CCVN 711 and the initial shakedown of USS ABRA- HAM LINCOLN ICVN 721. Captain Moore holds a Mas- ter of Arts Degree in Inter- national Relations from Salve Regina University and a Master of Arts in Strategic Policy from the U.S. Naval War College. His awards in- clude the Meritorious Ser- vice Medal, three Air Med- als, seventeen Strike f Flight Air Medals, four Navy Com- mendation Medals with Combat "V", the Presiden- tial Unit Citation, Vietnam Service and Campaign Med- als, Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry and various other unit and campaign decora- tions. Captain Moore has flown over 4,800 flight hours and log ed over 900 carrier arrested landings. Captain Moore is married to the former Lydia Perone Clado of Manila, Philip- pines. They reside in Vir- ginia Beach, Virginia. . I 1 M ik if . ' 4 C, :am COMMAND K - i l l 1 s Pi Q W..--T .-- Q 1 J 5 r ? Z Commander, Carrier Air Wing EIGHT t s Captain John M. Johnson June 1993 to Present Captain "Carlos" John- son, a native of Berkeley Springs, West Virginia, graduated from the Col- lege of William and Mary in 1968. After completion of Aviation Officer Can- didate School and flight training, he was designat- ed a naval aviator and "winged" by his father, a World War II Hellcat driver, in June of 1970. Following A-7 training in Lemoore, California, he was assigned his first fleet duty with the VA-37 "Bulls" embarked on USS Saratoga. During subse- quent sea duty assign- ments, Captain Johnson made eight Mediterra- nean deployments, an In- dian Ocean deployment and an eleven month combat deployment to Southeast Asia where he flew over 120 missions over North Vietnam. He has served fleet squadron tours with VA-37, VA-81 and as Executive Officer and Commanding Officer of VAXVFA-86. Captain Johnson served onboard USS Saratoga as the As- sistant Strike Operations Officer where he earned his designation as a Fleet Officer of the Deck. Following his com- mand tour he reported for duty as the Deputy Air Wing Commander for Commander, Carrier Air Wing THREE embarked on USS John F. Kennedy. Captain Johnson has ac- cumulated over 4000 flight hours and achieved over 1200 arrested land- USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT ings on 11 different car- riers. During shore assign- ments, Captain Johnson has been assigned staff positions with Command- er, Naval Air Forces At- lantic IACOS Readi- nessfN3J, Navy Operational Intelligence Center fDirector of SPEAR providing direct support to joint forces in Operation Desert ShieldfDesert Stormj, Commander, Light At- tack Wing ONE ICSOJ, CVWR-20 LOPSXLSOJ, and VA-174 IWEPSXDACM instructor and LSOJ. He is a grad- uate of the Armed Forces Staff College. In addition to campaign and unit awards, Captain Johnson has been award- ed the Legion of Merit, the Distinguished Flying Cross I2 awardsj, the Meritorious Service Med- al I2 awardsJ, the Air Medal I2 individualf1Z strike flight awardsJ and the Navy Commendation Medal with combat "V" I3 awardsj. Captain Johnson, his wife Jackie, son Jeremy and daughter Morgan re- side in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Jackie is the daughter of Commander and Mrs. H. H. lJackJ Chandler, USN fretJ of New Braunfels, Texas. Commander Chandler, a "Mustang" 30 year Navy veteran, is a Pearl Harbor survivor. 1 no-3' 'V 1 l 95,5 ep, D COMMAND .jfx 1 E I I I E M if I 5 . I E i I I . L , ,V Commander Special Purpose Marine Air Ground Task Force l I I I l I I, 0 ' l-. I , I I ll A native of Birming- ham, Alabama, Colonel Schmidt was commis sioned a Second Lieu- tenant in the U.S. Ma- rine Corps upon his graduation from Ala bama College with a B.A. degree in Iune 1969. His professional mil itary education in- cludes: The Basic School, Amphibious Warfare School and the Command and Staff College, all at Quantico, VA. Colonel Schmidt is also a graduate of the Air War College in Montgomery, Alabama and earned a M.A. de- gree Uournalismj from the University of Wis- consin, Madison, WI. An Infantry Officer, ation Desert Shield f Desert Storm. Colonel Schmidt's personal decorations and medals include: The Bronze Star, De- fense Meritorious Ser- vice Medal, Meritorious Service Medal, Ioint Service Commendation Medal Navy Commen- dation Medal With Combat 'V", two Navy Achievement Medals, and the Combat Action Ribbon. Colonel Schmidt is married to the former Vicki Vendegrift of Bir- mingham, Alabama. They reside in Base Quarters, Camp Lejeune, North Caroli- na with sons Chris, Tim and Steve. Colonel Iohn W. Schmidt Colonel Schmidt has led infantry and logis- tics units. He served as Platoon and Company Commander with 1st Battalion, 1st Marines in Vietnam and 3rd Bat- talion, 1st Marines, and Commanding Officer of MEU Service Support Group-22 for two Landing Force Sixth Fleet deployments. His staff assign- ments include: G-3 As- sistant Operations Of- USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT f i c e r , III M E F lOkinaWaj, S-3 Marine Air Group, and I-3 War Plans and Non- combatant Evacuations Officer U.S. Central Command during Oper- COMMAND I S I Q l i l E 5 1 1 1: 1 11 E 3. 'Q 1 1 was born on November 7th 1942 in Baltimore, Mary land but now calls Arcadia California home. He re ceived his commission in the United States Navy upon graduation from the U.S. Naval Academy in Iune 1965. Captain Newlon first served as the Anti Submarine Warfare Officer and Navigator aboard USS EVERSOLE IDD 7891. He then attended Naval De stroyer School, and upon completion served as the Weapons Officer and Chief Engineer in USS FORREST ROYAL IDD 8721. In 1969, Captain Newlon was as- signed to the Naval Advi- sory Group, Naval Forces Vietnam as the Senior Ad- visor to Vietnamese Navy River Assault Groups TWENTY-THREE and THIRTY-ONE. After graduation from Na- val Postgraduate School in Chief of Staff CCG 8 I Rhode Island He was then assigned as Special Assis- tant for Financial Manage- ment to the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations Navy Program Planning IOP-081 fI'OI1'1 1986 to 1989 Captain Newlon com- manded USS WAIN- WRIGHT ICG 281 home- ported 1n Charleston South Carolina from April 1989 to April 1991 during which time the ship deployed to the Mediterranean w1th the Forrestal Battle Group and underwent a new threat up- grade overhaul. Captain Newlon's awards include the Legion of Merit, Bronze Star with Combat Distinguishing Device, Mer- itorious Service Medal with three Gold Stars, Navy Com- mendation Medal with Combat Distinguishing De- vice, Navy Achievement Medal, Combat Action Rib- bon, Navy Expeditionary Medal and Humanitarian Captain Arthur W. Newlon, Ir. 1973 with a Master of Sci- ence degree in Operations Research, Captain Newlon served as Executive Officer in USS BREWTON IFF 10861. FTOII1 1975-1979 he served on the staff of the Chief of Naval Operations assigned to the Systems Analysis IOP-961 and Man- agement Control and Anal- ysis IOP-101 Divisions. His next assignment was Ex- ecutive Officer in USS WORDEN ICG 181. When relieved in February 1981, he was assigned to the staff of the Com- mander in Chief, U.S. Pa- cific Fleet as the Fleet Re- quirements and Strategic Concepts Officer in the USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT Plans and Policy Division. Captain Newlon assumed command of USS BENJA- MIN STODDERT IDDG 221 homeported in Pearl Har- bor, Hawaii in May 1983. Upon relief in Iuly 1985, he attended the College of Na- val Warfare at the Naval War College in Newport, Service Medal. Captain Newlon is mar- ried to the former Diane Lee Lucia of Milwaukee, Wis- consin. They have two chil- dreng Michael, attending the University of Maryland, and Bill, a graduate of Gettys- burg College in Pensylvania. 77" I-?5!2--iff I COMMAND Executlve Officer Captain Thomas G. Otterbein ovember 1991 to April 1993 Captain Thomas G. Otter- bein, a native of Bad Axe, Michigan, received his com- mission upon graduation from the U.S. Naval Acad- emy in Iune of 1970. Fol- lowing graduation, he re- ported to the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School in 1une 1971 to study for his Master of Science in Financial Man- agement. Following flight training, he was designated a Naval Aviator in February 1973. After an instructor tour with VT-21 at NAS Kings- ville, Texas, he completed replacement pilot training in the F-4 Phantom and joined the "Sundowners" of VF-111 based at NAS Miramar, California in De- cember 1975. With VF-111, he made a Mediterranean Sea cruise flying the F-4N during the last deployment of the USS F.D. ROOSE- VELT ICV 421 and in Iuly 1978, completed transition to the F-14A Tomcat. He de- ployed to the Western Pa- cific aboard USS KITTY HAWK for a deployment which included the initial response to the Iranian hos- tage crisis. In August 1980, he reported to VX-4 serving as Operations Officer and Operational Director until August 1982. After completing F-14A refresher training, he re- ported to the "Screaming Eagles" of VF-51 serving as Operations Officer during the "Around the World" maiden voyage of the USS CARL VINSON ICVN 701. In USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT December 1983, he reported as Executive Officer of the Navy Fighter Weapons School fTop Gun1 at NAS Miramar, California. From November 1984 until Iuly 1985, he served as the acting Commanding Officer of the school. Detaching in Ianu- ary.1986, he reported to VFA-195, at NAS LeMoore, California, for FXA-18A transition training prior to reporting to the VFA-161 "Rock Rivers" as Executive Officer. On 15 April 1988, he assumed command of the squadron and held that po- sition until August 1989 when he was selected for the Nuclear Power Program. Completing the nuclear power training program in Iune 1991, he reported for duty on the staff of Com- mander, Naval Air Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet in the Force Safety Office. In No- vember 1991, Captain Otter- bein reported to USS THE- ODORE ROOSEVELT ICVN 711 as Executive Officer. Captain Otterbein has ac- cumulated over 4,100 flight hours and over 750 carrier arrested landings. His dec- orations include the Meri- torious Service Medal, Navy Achievement Medal and several unit decorations. Captain Otterbein is mar- ried to a fellow Michigan- der, Catherine Mary lPalczynski1 Otterbein of Detroit. 5 QEBE i j WIN EXBCUII e Officer IIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliiIII!Iiliiinnnnnnunnnnn---nu-----my ...------I l Captain Llndell G. Rutherford I April 1993 to Present Captain Rutherford, a native of Vandalia, Mo attended the University of Missouri raduating with a Bachelor of Sci- ence Degree in Engineer- ing in September 1971 He joine the United States Navy and reported to the Aviation Officer Candidate School, Pensa- cola, Fla., where he was commissioned in March 1971. After completion of flight training at NAS Kingsville, Texas, he re- ceived his wings in Iune 1973. After a tour of flying the A-4 "Skyhawk" with Fleet Composite Squad- ron SEVEN at NAS Miramar, Ca., he reported to VF-121 for replace- ment pilot training in the F-4 "Phantom" in No- vember 1975. He joined the VF-111 "Sundowners" deploying on Franklin D. Roosevelt ICV-421 to the Mediterra- nean Sea. After deploy- ment, he transitioned to the F-14 "Tomcat" and deployed to the Western Pacific on USS Kitty Hawk ICV-631 participat- ing in flight o erations in support of the Iranian hostage crisis. In August 1980, he joined the VF- 101 "Grim Reapers" as an F-14 Instructor Pilot. Dur- ing his tour he served as the Mencs Phase Leader and was selected as the East Coast Fighter Pilot of the Year in 1983. He de- tached in August 1983 and reported to the VF- 102 "Diamond Backs." He served as Operations and Maintenance Officer and deployed on USS Amer- ica ICV-661 to the North Atlantic and Mediterra- USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT nean Sea. During his tour the "Diamond Backs" partic- ipated in the Libyan air strikes. In Iune 1986 he returned to VF-101 and served as the Operations Officer. He assumed du- ties as VF-142 "Ghostriders" Executive Officer in June 1987, where he made a Med- iterranean deployment aboard USS Eisenhower QCVN-691, and assumed command in October 1988. During his tour, the "Ghostriders" transition- ed to the F -14A lPlusj and successfully completed the first deployed opera- tions of the aircraft. After command, he served as the Air Oper- ations Officer of the COMCARGRU EIGHT Battle Group Staff on USS Theodore Roosevelt ICVN-711 to the Persian Gulf for Operations Des- ert Shield and Storm. He attended Nuclear Power Training School and reported to USS The- odore Roosevelt as Exec- utive Officer in May 1993. Captain Rutherford has accumulated over 4300 flight llours and 900 car- rier landings. His decora- tions include three Mer- itorious Service Medals, three Nav Commenda- tion Medals and several Unit decorations. He is married to the former Marsha Thomp- son of Birmingham, Al. They reside in Virginia Beach, Va., with their three children Van, Will and Sarah. 'ip COMMAND Deput Commander Carrier Air ing EIGHT Captain Gary M. lack March 1993 to Present Captain lack hails from Boise, Idaho. He attended the College of Idaho and graduated in 1972 with a Bachelor of Science Degree. He was designated a Na- val Flight Officer in Iuly 1973 and reported to Fighter Squadron ONE HUNDRED TWO following F-4 Phan- tom replacement training with Fighter Squadron ONE HUNDRED ONE. During the tour he made three extend- ed Mediterranean deploy- ments. He then reported to Fight- .er Squadron ONE HUN- DRED ONE DET KEY WEST as an air combat maneuver- ing instructor. In 1979, Cap- tain Iack transferred to Fighter Squadron SEVENTY FOUR. This tour included two Med Cruises aboard USS Forrestal. While at- tached to VF-74, Captain Iack was selected as the Fighter Wing ONE Radar In- tercept Officer of the Year for 1980. After transitioning to the F-14 Tomcat, Captain Iack was a replacement training instructor at Fighter Squad- ron ONE HUNDRED ONE from 1981-83. He reported to Fighter Squadron FOUR- TEEN in October 1983. There he served as Admin- istrative Officer, Operations Officer and Maintenance Officer. He deployed to the Indian Ocean aboard USS USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT Independence and the Med- iterranean Sea aboard USS Iohn F. Kennedy during this tour of duty. In April 1987, Captain lack once again reported to VF-101, this time as Exec- utive Officer. In February 1988, he reported to VF-143 as Executive Officer and held command of the squad- ron from Iuly 1989 to De- cember 1990. While part of VF-143, Captain Iack partic- ipated in Operation Desert Shield while aboard USS Dwight D. Eisenhower. Captain Iack was assigned to the Chief of Naval Op- erations office in Washing- ton, D.C. from February 1991 to October 1992. In March 1993, he report- ed to Commander, Carrier Air Wing Eight as their Dep- uty Commander. His decorations include the Meritorious Service Medal ltwo awardsj, Navy Commendation Medal fthree awardsl, Navy Achievement Medal lthree awardsj and various service, campaign and unit awards. Captain lack is married to the former Margaret M. DeVita of Atlanta, Georgia. They currently reside in Virginia Beach, Virginia with their daughter Allison. COMMAND TR Command Master Chief AVCMIAWI Michael C. Baker Master Chief Baker hails from Atlanta, Georgia. After graduating from high school in 1966, he en- listed in the Navy in February 1967. In August 1988 he assumed the duties of TR's Command Master Chief and held that position until December 1992. His military decorations include the Navy Com- mendation Medal, Navy Achievement Medal ftwo awardsj and the Meritorious Unit Commendation. Master Chief Baker is married to the former Miss Ianice Mann of Albany, Georgia. They have one daughter, Kristine, and reside in Virginia Beach, Virginia. TR Command Master Chief MMCMISWXAWXSSJ Iames Herdt Master Chief Herdt was born at the Naval Hos- pital in Norfolk, Virginia. He enlisted in 1966 and attended Recruit Training at San Diego, California. He assumed duties as Command Master Chief aboard USS Theodore Roosevelt in December 1992. Master Chief Herdt's decorations include the Navy Commendation Medal, Navy Achievement Medal with Gold Star and the Good Conduct Medal with four Bronze Stars. A Master Training Specialist, he also wears the SSBN Deterrent Patrol Badge. He is married to the former Miss Sharon E. Law- rence of Newark, Delaware and has one son Iames. They reside in Virginia Beach. USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT p . ,A a -ep - If X A X .. . 2' x Ar N 'Z'-5,1 4, 'Kiev'-Z J x iw' ,s ' in in x CVW-8 Command Master Chief OMCMISWJ Frederick I. Arns Master Chief Arns hails from Bay Shore, New York. He enlisted in the Navy in 1967 and attended Opticalman "A" School upon completion of Basic Training. He was assigned as Carrier Air Wing Eight, Air Wing Command Master Chief in September 1992. Master Chief Arns' awards include the Navy Commendation Medal, the Air Force Commenda- tion Medal and the Navy Achievement Medal 13rd awardj. He, his wife Tina and son jacob reside in Virginia Beach. His daughters, Heather and Candace, reside in Baltimore, Maryland and his son, joe Ir., resides in West Virginia. Sergeant Major, SPMAGTF SGTMAI Philip I. Holding Sergeant Major Holding is a native of North Car- olina and enlisted in the Marine Corps in june 1971. He attended Marine Corps Recruit Training in Par- ris Island, South Carolina. He deployed aboard USS Theodore Roosevelt as Special Marine Air Ground Task Force Command Sergeant Major during work-ups and the 1993 Med Cruise. In twenty-one years of active duty, he has been honored with numerous awards. These include the Navy Commendation Medal 12nd awardj, the Navy Achievement Award f2nd awardj and the Meri- torious Unit Commendation f2nd awardj. Sgt. Maj. Holding and his wife, Cheryl, have two children, Kara and Daniel. COMMAND I ' SQU DRO - CDR I.D. Stufflebeem Commanding Officer, VF-84 , CDR B.T. GOBISCII I ' Executive Officer, VF-84 'II' I I -I CDR IJ. Capalbo Commanding Officer, VFA-15 CDR W.E. Gortney Executive Officer, VFA-15 i CDR W.F. Carrico, Ir. f i Commanding Ohcicer, VFA-87 i CDR D.L. Donovan III Executive Officer, VFA-87 1 1 I 'I-I 312 T 1' I f - LTCOL R.W. Brickell I 2 -D f X I I Commanding Ojjcicer, VMFA-312 , ,, -lri I ' . A , A , MAI A.W. Valentlno I 4 , Executive Ofjicer,VMFA-312 4 i ! 36 USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT I - COfXO's ,,l""1-, CDR M.T. McNally Commanding Officer, VA-36 CDR MJ. Himler Executive Officer, VA-36 CDR G.W. Faber Commanding Officer, HS-3 CDR I.H. Thompson Executive Officer, HS-3 CDR T.A. Parker Commanding Officer, VAW-124 CDR W.A. Wolters Executive Officer, VAW-124 CDR I.P. Cryer III Commanding Officer, VAQ-141 CDR B.E. Bennet Executive Officer, VAQ-141 COMMAND ----,PK L N W i 6 1 1 Wi ,NS if n. J I In rw i CDR MJ. Winslow Operations i H CDR LJ. Guarnieri CRMD P i CDR LR. Wilson X Engineering ii ii w,, 'N 1 ,. fi nj CDR C.R. Hilton N ii i i i X i . '91 'N 1 DEP RTME T CDR W.D. Molloy, Ir. Navigation CDR Aw. Taylor Weapons CDR R.W. Johnson Air il CDR D.W. Kidd in 4 Safety Dental 5 ii i Ei CAPT M.A. Young I Supply ii i 38 USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT HEADS CAPT T.M. Keithiy Reactor CDR S.L. Paul AIMD LCDR A.L. Pon SMM LCDR D.M. Haines Deck CDR E. Hamilton Administration CAPT I.R. Fraser Medical LCDR M.F. Magnant Training LCDR T.L. Beveridge Communications CAPT R.E. 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Sailors who ventured ashore spent their free time visiting the multitude of pubs that dotted the city avenues and conversing with the lo- cals. There were trips to the Citadel, a historic fort overlooking the city and giving a view of the skyline and harbor. Some crew members took advantage of Recreational Services tours, viewing the pristine coastline and postcard villages still untouched by urbanization and development. Whether it was shopping, eating or just taking in the sights, Halifax and its province of Nova Scotia had something for everyone. HALIFAX 43 ' -it 4 44 mg' USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT -S i I 1 I 1 2 TR's visit to the coastal haven co- incided with the Moosehead Grand Prix, a race of Indy-style cars through the labyrinth of streets that make up Halifax. Many crew members were given free passes to the race's time trials on Friday by Indianapolis 500 legend Bobby Unser. Unser came aboard for a brief tour of the ship and signed autographs. HALIFAX 45 Selective Restricted Availabilit U.S,S. ROOSEVELT .ma X x ' WV G?251'3i?'iI" """ " 1,, , f' , - I fqfzff- fr Fi TF 3 Si Y 2' , . J L, A gb i fm Q?-5 t ETF,- Ix , I, fat? 1 R524 55563-1 5. Y N. 1 USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT I X . 1 1 t 1 f w 1 F 1 ri l gg-M-. m 'i' ' ,gil " On October 2 1991 THEODORE ROOSEVELT left the sea behind and pulled into Norfolk Naval Shipyard in Portsmouth Virginia for a Selective Restricted Availability During the seven month stay 1n the shipyard the ship made repairs on nu merous systems installed various modernization packages and improved sleeping and eating facil- ities throughout the ship. Shipyard workers, along with the carrier's work force completed over 250,000 man days of work. The combined workforce upgraded the aviation fuels laboratory, refurbished crew living spaces, and blasted and painted the hull. They also in- stalled new laundry facilities. L . 1 I . ' X - X I 'fi l' f if Sf SRA ff- V 4E I I I I I I Q E F E 1 E ! 1 i Z 1 1 lL1'7'f X USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT , Blue water welcomes TR's return TR leaves shipyard for sea trials 2 il T I 1 it fl r r M Sl l , 1 il wee L 'W f 7 f l 1 T J rr ,E USS THE OD ORE ROOSEVELT - I- I L -QLQ F F 'l4ll-l- x . 'w, 4 f "' mx '-Y' x ALL ABOARD FUR BROADWAY 4 ,M "'31r1'n NNE .M vw mn 4154 M Q 52+ ., 5vf-5 5 nw 5 5 5 5 ! 5 5 L 1 5 5 5 5 5 5 . 5 5 5 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 I 5 -ms:,5-- 5, .. . M4-'N-'V 1.-V:'1au.',..5,,v. ' fs- w....,.,5, N-....,.,M'N' if ...M 5 Mwmlxwiv-J. 5 H wwf 5 'N'M"-- 1 L 1 ,, ' 1 5 I I 5 5 1 T T 5 5 5 5 . 5 5 A 5 1 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 5 5 s 3 .f -....Q.....,.,1.....,Q..-... ....' ,. 5 .a4vQ:-..g.4:..L4.:4iLe.L.4.aN.L...+,m+a4n-g....,..W........ . -..-,'. .5-A, 'V V, f M . ,. U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS ffp?-I-A 15, " i, " ' TR VISIIS the Virgin Islands It was four glorious days of scuba diving golf sun and shopp1ng as TR crewmen pulled 1nto St Thomas U S Virgin Islands After ten days of hard Work in the grueling Caribbean heat the crew h1t the beach for some Well deserved liberty from Iune 18 22 Charlotte Amalie the capital of the U S V1rg1n Islands offered its hos p1tal1ty to the crew. A two day TR picnic on the beach and Rec Services 1 sponsored tours which included snorkeling, deep sea fishing and a ride on 1 the Kon T1k1 party barge kept sailors busy While inport. The U.S. Virgin Islands is composed of 68 islands, with St. Thomas being the most densely populated. The islands were purchased from Denmark in l 1917 and the islanders became U.S. citizens in 1927. While most crewmen stayed on St. Thomas, some of the more ad venturous took the ferry to St. Iohn to visit the Virgin Islands National Park 1 or short plane flights to St. Croix. l O I O O my 1113 1 Hi . .. . 1 3 I . , .. . I , ll - 1 . . . . . . l 1 1 , 11 31 1 '1 12 11 11 11 ,I 111 Ml 1 I1 1,11 1 31 11 1. 1 1 1 56 USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT Eff llfflfwfl T gi new IWW-1 41, -, M A I-mkgji by A, W I x ,Ok , S f. .A -1: " MX 12 S 'K do .I 'S 56115 - -Ax E ST. THOMAS x. -H-I -B ..' ,hmm i- ,.,, ., M, . -n lv , A ,W ,niagA1g,g5gW XL-QfsfgL?'fiQjXfj Q i ' ' 'L if 'w k q gg "i.If',fE?'if1 ' vw. A y. 3 i Mk-A--y-A n-, ,,L.,,,,q..........m...,,,J .qkrwl ,.,, U E 1345 1 hryk ,-, 1 4, ,Q ,, A "-fx"-"2 . -.v , f M, -Wx' me , , ' 'ZH ii um 'T ST. THOMAS I I I ,Il I I k 3 nderwa Wor ups I I, II I I I I I I I I II , I I I I I I I I .I I I I I II I FI JI ' I I 1 II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I 60 USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT S The Strenuous Life "I wish to preach, not the doctrine of ignoble ease, but the doctrine ofthe strenuous life, the life of toil and effort, of labor and strife, to preach that highest form of success which comes, not to the man who desires mere easy peace, but to the man who does not shrink from danger, from hardship, or from bitter toil, and who out of these Wins the splendid ultimate triumph." Theodore Roosevelt UNDERWAY WORKUPS 61 W---M, W, E - M -"' 1 y 'A"'x"" "" ""' "H" Wm ""'W' 'Kz4fOv Vfrr fiywf K V K V 'r Y I QE Q 'J V , i i i 1 REFTRA 1992 USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT ...M A-Ml' '5 ii? UNDERWAY WORKUPS V l par Hi-'Iwi an-sub Q, muff, .HA x "Mn gen..-.----2-' f :a.v.L--ALJA5...u,!n-.A,4..'g.il4Lg:..g,...:...1:' ':.':,g,,5 ,JLLQL-.1 . - Q. ' 1 -M 'ig K , :sm -14 ' 13 J' ' -L " 'f'?f"Q55 5'1fL1f-Q:.:...4..'-'i+a-1-9-f1- -- sf-'-7 - 3.--..-254 -' EQ'-4:-A '-4.1.1 .Ln-:.'....A',":A..s. ,LpA4g4,L.f.. Q, .x v 5 ' ' 1 l U , , F W1 ,, WP, Q ,,.,,,.,,- WV... . , 11, I , A., 4. 4.1 ,twg .. .K V A ii 4 I I W i f k ' 1 ' ' A "4hbmwang,wHM,Me.uamw..4.1.-wg-M H FT. LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA A Sunn Stop Theodore Roosevelt pulled into Port Everglades, Flor- ida on Tuesday, October 13th, 1992, for six days of Broward Navy Day's celebration. The rails were man- ned and the mood on the pier was festive. The ship was greeted by a high school band and marching team, and a group of Polynesian dancers. While visitors clamored to board the ship and see the cavernous spaces of the hangar bay and acres of flight deck, sailors were headed in the opposite di- rection. Crewmembers were anxious to see Florida's famous sandy beaches and take advantage of the many activities offered through TR's Recreational Services. Among the activities offered to the crew were a host of officer and enlisted receptions set up by Broward Navy Days' volunteers, a trip to Disney World, free tickets to the Miami Dolphins and Miami Hurricane games, a fishing tour to Lake Okeechobee, a tour of the Everglades and much more. While in port a number of TR sailors volunteered their time to assist in the clean-up effort in Home- stead, Florida. Over a three-day period, 165 volunteers helped to clean-up a shopping center parking lot that was later used as a relief effort storage facility. Fort Lauderdale offered TR's crew a wide variety of activities to enjoy while visiting the sunshine state, and more importantly gave the sailors some -much needed rest and relaxation. USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT !"3'hqf 'WT L.. . g,,..:ah img ,V I .. ...-4-dir-f-wa, M M.w.+. az ,,v. 5 ff. 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As TR transited approximately 400 miles east of Norfolk, the storm's 17 foot swells tossed even the mighty TR around. 50 knot winds battered the ship, causing minor damage to aircraft and the ship's hull. lLeftJ A monstrous Wave crashes over the how of TR, drenohing the planes on the Flight Deck. At their highest point, 17-foot swells Caused Waves to rise more than 80 feet and spray salt Water over the front of the ship. Despite the bumpy ride, TR rode out the worst and returned to normal routine. if fi TRANSITIN G THE ATLANTIC dlp, le-:Q-wg.- QM, 1 . If .- ie, , -N ' nf-ir! F 'QW w . , M . .,.,,,. , . - 1 nm- WWW'-T' Q 5 4 - ' V ww "Luv - 1-V 'FN M W'f-rfiws-if" ' Y A M. In N My , A A-vr'uinN1.TN "....,?:-M.W. -rm.. -ny .Ury .11w+y"!,..:fy .I , N' N- Maw. Wifi!! X, . ' ,, ' Qt- , , - 5' , ' . 'T1 T "N A W9-,,-fN,' NWIL- .flip trxqg. vualwwvms W! V'-A ' lv ' V'V 'L V ki-lp-mb!-Nl,,,w,,,. H K mm , . f w WfwWw.Q..M X A "' A.A - -M--- f1g1g . A , ' , , ' A y ' ',T1fT""f"'-fi. . 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Mr. Clinton also viewed flight op- erations from Vulture's Row, pausing to shake hands and pose for photographs. The trip ended with the President's speech to the crew in Hangar Bay Two. After an introduction by SECDEF, the President commented on the military's new direction and expressed support for the armed forces. "A changed security environment de- mands not less security but a change in our security arrangements," said Mr. Clinton. "What is happening on this ship proves that it can be done. You've changed your crew and your equipment to reflect the new challenges of the post- Cold War era." PRESIDENTIAL VISIT i 'Tye been very impressed with everything live seen and with 'all the people l've met lon TRJ. As Commander-in-Chief it's im- mensely reassuring to me to know that the United States is served by people of such high quality and such great dedication? U.S. President Bill Clinton on hoard TR. USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT ,Y-. PRESIDENTIAL VISIT ,- I I I I I I ' A I I I I I I1 I II I II I ,I I I I I I I I I . . I I ,I II I I I I I I E I If II Ia 'I I I I I 4 My W, Q ,J T GFTLQ, '5 PRESIDENTIAL VISIT I e ""-. - Steel Beach Plcnlc USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT STEEL BEACH PICNIC USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT TR relaxes at the beach After a rugged 45 days at sea, TR crewmen had a chance to kick back for a while at a steel beach picnic. A massive barbecue feast prepared by the mess specialists garnered much of the flight deck-based activity. The crew put away some impressive consumption numbers: 5,300 pounds of chicken, 3,700 pounds of hamburgers, 1,200 pounds of hotdogs, 1,000 pounds of macaroni and 1,000 cans of baked beans. Every man was allotted two beers. Those who didn't want to drink had the option of a ten-dollar gift certificate for use in the ship's store. For those who wanted more than sun, re- laxation and great food from the grill, a golf cage was set up on the starboard side of the ship. It saw plenty of action, as did Hangar Bay 2, where thousands of sailors and Marines shot hoops on the basketball court, arm wrestled and competed on the volleyball court. nag' ,v I I ,ie F' 1 1. If , STEEL BEACH PICNIC fr - v 1 tw! p , , I - A., , l A f . k is , an VN Y V I V f f 1 Y N ,u , 1 1 i E w I Y N fr qi W r W i N N H 11 'x If E 96 USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT Vi, v-S -w E E ,,,w- 4' J., . Q ffwJmE"5'- , - ,ff STEEL BEACH PICNIC ,f,., .-1... - BZ or not BZ. . . With its healthy mix of big cash prizes, com- petitive games oand remarkably bad puns, Big Bucks Bingo was the hottest ticket on TRTV. Crewmen crowded around televisions, with bingo cards in hand and the hopes of literally winning thousands of dollars. Hosted by a rotating crew of number callers, Big Bucks Bingo kept TR groaning as they doled out the green stuff. But the best part of Big Bucks Bingo was that the profit Went right back to the crew via Rec Services. Big Bucks Bingow l 1 I I l r w w V 5 l l 1 4 1? 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TR pulled in May 28, 1993 for five days of rest and relaxation, and the ship was not disappointed. Rhodes is a popular summer resort and is con- sidered a cosmopolitan city. Sailors and Marines met people from all over the World as they ex- plored the sights of the island. Whether walking the shop-lined streets or the ruins of Old Town, TR crewmen found the island to be the perfect atmosphere to relax in. For the more enterprising liberty hound, there Were soc- cer games, foot races and SCUBA tours. Although a city of tradition, history and beau- tiful beaches, Rhodes did not fall short of an exciting night life. The bars, clubs and restau- rants were open late and packed. The beaches, to say the least, were scenic. RHODES, GREECE 105 4 USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT ,Qmr has in RHODES, GREECE 107 Artists show their stuff Forty-plus of TR's most talented officers and crewmen participated in an art contest held on the mess decks. 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SUEZ TRANSIT it 1 . aples, Ital 5 1 I 1 1 1 1 1, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 V 1 1 1 1 , ' , ' 1 1 1 I 1 ., 1 M 1 1 11 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1' 1 1 11 1 1 1 11 1 11 r 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 112 USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT C W f -W--A-V- -V My V -Y , V J - Q .gf 'mn , M 'vffvwy-Af 'RJR , ?6f"""w A Q X 451:-'F X K .7 WL X 442 NAPLES, ITALY 113 I 1 1 I fl l I E i 1. Z J . iq 1 E11 W m N, wi HW ri ir xi . I r Port of Call: Naples An underway period of 45 days, in- cluding two weeks in the Red Sea, came to a pleasant end with a visit to Naples, Italy. While some relaxed on the beach or shopped in the city, other TR crewmen toured Rome, Pisa and the ruins of Pompeii. Rec Services or- ganized tours allowing sailors and Ma- rines the chance to see history first hand. In addition, CRMD sponsored three community relations projects letting the crew aid the less-fortunate. A popular spot in Naples was Car- ney Park, a sprawling recreation com- plex that showcased athletic activities and USO-supported concerts. Perhaps the most memorable aspect of Naples was the food. When TR was once again underway, few aboard left with empty stomachs. 114 USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT W f wr . 1' R f A 4 V H f - . -- -f V- 5 ,yu A-,f ---A--:-,..4.u4.Af-'11-:.u--2-hc ' r' ' l 1 l HH NAPLES, ITALY u ,ri . 9 I . 1 O V , USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT Y . 1' in V' , s ig th v 'vi 'WR ' 1 HEPKH r In in NAPLES, ITALY 11 ,f , 1 1 11 11 ,1 I 1 11 1 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 111 11 1 11 11 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ai. ,I ,,,...---'-1 gaff Z I -'W V , ,,--- ,fbgj rf V - - USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT I X YA EYQ Q. Hr NAPLES, ITALY Operation Southern Watch-N TR on point in Southern Watch President Clinton is informed by U.S. intelligence that Iraq was behind a plot to assasinate former President George Bush. Tensions rise and President Clinton orders two U.S. Navy ships to launch Tomahawk missiles on the Iraqi intelligence building in Baghdad. A rain of 23 surface-launched Tomahawks falls on Iraq. TR receives orders to deploy to the Red Sea. A planned Marseille port visit is cancelled and USS Theodore Roosevelt is on station within two days. The mission: enforce United Nations resolutions, monitor the no- fly zone imposed over Iraq, maintain the American presence and be the nation's "big stick" should the need arise. TR's time in the Red Sea is anything but idle. The flight deck is a whirlwind of activity as Combat Air Patrols are flown. SPMAGTF's Marines train hard, participating in a training exercise in Egypt. There are distinguished visitors and long hours. There is free mail and danger pay, in addition to tax-free paychecks. 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I 0 Q E E 1 r E 124 USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT my S -1i Last call for TR Soon after USS Theodore Roosevelt said goodbye to Naples, it was time for another port call, the last for the 1993 Med Cruise and the ship's second stop in Greece. For many, Corfu was a working port. But when TR's sailors and Marines weren't getting things ship-shape they were hitting the fine beaches and eateries of Corfu. tWhen the hot sun was down and the beaches were cleared, the crew was off to the massive night clubs of Ipsos. The island is a well known vacation spot for Europeans and Americans. TR had the chance to mingle with those on "holiday" in ad- dition to the Greek natives of the island. Corfu was a welcome break from a hectic un- derway schedule and the crew enjoyed the hos- pitality and great food of the island before heading back to the box in support of Operation Deny Flight. CORFU, GREECE 125 ...,Q,,,,,A 5 H 3 3 E ! ff 'iv USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT I A . 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Brickell MAI AW- Valentino Commanding Officer Executive Officer is J 384 USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT 'W .hh l l r 1 1 l MSGT D.G. Drummond 3 R 3 MSGT C.E. Gilliard W MSGT G.W. Richardson W GYSGT T.E. Ambrose l GYSGT R.G. Berwanger 1 E GYSGT A.W. Binger l 5 l l l GYSGT D.M. Fink GYSGT KJ. May GYSGT L.M. Reinhart I SSGT C.K. Anderson SSGT I.A. Berg SSGT G.R. Biehl Q R I 1 , . l 4 A i l sscr c.A. Deal E SSGT D.A. Fry i SSGT K.E. Gitch A G ' ' ii'i A ' i QF. , v 3 1' N 'l 1 i l 1 ' 'N , R , SSGT M.A. Grosvenor, Ir. R SSGT H.L. Hickman I A R SSGT D.L. Hochman l i I ' l V I X H l ,l gy SSGT MJ. Hoffman Q l 1 5 SSGT DJ. Knapp ' ii SGT S.A. Lepicier 3 l 1 1 ' l 1 l l J SSGT R.F. Register l SSGT M.A. Schools SSGT M.L. Searles , l SSGT E.R. Smith 5 SSGT R. Souave 2 l SSGT D.B. Watson l l I AIR WING 385 V ,,,.,.,gl .- SSGT E.C. Woodley SSGT C.A. Yates SGT I.C. Beltran SGT H.P. Benoit SGT BJ. Bourland SGT P.W. Brown SGT L.A. Colon SGT I.L. Courtney SGT K.D. Dasher SGT R.M. Holcomb SGT E.L. 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Scott CPL D.W. Sharp HM3 G.A. Spry 388 USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT CPL I.P. Stalnaker II CPL D.L. Swiger CPL B.D. Weber CPL I.T. Wells CPL PJ. Wustner LCPL LL. Adkins LCPL C.M. Anderson LCPL LJ. Austin LCPL S.D. Baker LCPL M.E. Beasley LCPL B.E. Cagle LCPL KJ. Canada LCPL I.D. Canfield LCPL W.G. Carr AIR WING 389 LCPL F.A. Cologna LCPL B.A. Decornier LCPL M.G. Dowdle LCPL D.W. Everett LCPL L.L. Falcon LCPL R.C. Ferreira LCPL M.S. Fox LCPL S.R. Greear LCPL G.C. Griffeth LCPL S.H. Groesbeck LCPL S.D. Hamilton LCPL S.D. Hernandez ' f t I 3 tt 390 USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT f LCPL F.D. Yost LCPL M.R. Zwernemann PFC I.L. Barnett PFC I.A. Reid AIR WING LCPL I.P. Howard LCPL 1. Jenkins LCPL D.C. Iones LCPL C.R. Kilborn LCPL S.A. Lane LCPL I.E. Little LCPL L.D. Martinez LCPL V.D. Matesi LCPL I.M. McDonaugh LCPL S.R. Mills LCPL M.T. Monahan LCPL LD. Moore LCPL D.E. Ogg LCPL I.E. Osbourne LCPL K.L. Phillips LCPL P.I. Priest LCPL R.E. Rocarnora LCPL K.P. Rushing LCPL R.O. Ryan LCPL S.I. Sagan LCPL EJ. 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Tougas 426 USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT AMS1IAWJ M.F. Townshend AW1 P.M. White AMHIIAWJ D.L. Whitehead AW1 M.A. Wideman AT1 A.R. Wilks AT2 I.E. Burnside ATZQAWJ G. Clemmons A02 M. Cross AZ2 I.B. Davis AMS2 R.A. De La Torre AE2 M. Frazier AZ2 I.F. Gomez AW2 M.I. Horn AMHS2 C.B. Howard AT2 D.E. Idom IH' Q" AIR WING 427 I I I I II II II 'I I I I I I I I. +I I II iI II 'I I I I I I I I ,II 'II 'II "I 5:-ff-gvtz' I IJ AE2 D.S. Ivey AE2 D.W. Larnphier AD2 I.M. Leaver PN2 LK. Majeski AW2 T.E. Monk AW2 I.H. Moore AMS2 D.D. Nicholson AD2 D.V. Peffer AE2 R.S. Petersen AD2 1.0. Popwell AD2 K.L. Schriver AMS2 T.E. Simmons YN2 S.A. Sutton AMS2 A.D. Tesseniar AX2 M. Tucei DK2 M.U. Vejano AT2 I.R. Walker AE2 T.E. Watters AW2 D.S. Welchons AW3 LD. Augustus YN3 I.D. Cattenhead AE3 C.C. Dean AD3 I.A. Delarosa AE3 T.I. Galione AW3 R.E. Garcia AW3 W.W. Gough AZ3 R.A. Groover AK3 M.E. Gross AE3 C.W. Hall AMH3 D.W. Heinrich 4 USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT if iv I AW3 T.D. Hudson AK3 M.A. Isackson AO3 I.H. 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Allen i 2 i A 4 4 V 4 W' , i I i A i V 1 444 USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT ls -1-u Lance Cpl. A.A. Barber Lance Cpl. KJ. Beck Lance Cpl. B.S. Bluett Lance Cpl. C.C. Hannon Lance Cpl. R.S. Harike Lance Cpl. I.A. Hudson MARDET 445 ' X1 9 4' Pfc Pfc l Lance L Lance Lance Lance Lance Pfc. Pfc. Pfc. Cpl. S.A. Humphrey Lance Cpl. M.D. Menshew Lance Cpl. I.F. Murphy Lance Cpl. K. Nokes Lance Cpl. D.S. Piquette Lance Cpl. M.W. Pruneda Cpl. M.R. Raffalo Cpl. M.D. Samuels Cpl. I.P. Wellman Cpl. M. Zebraski I.D. Baird W.D. Smedley C.M. Douglas C. Duque B.P. Grove 3 Pfc. C.B. Lindsay .y Pfc. C.W. Miller I I l L Pfc. C.V. Smith 1 w i Pfc. C.M. Steinke Pfc. E.C. Swanson Pfc. N.W. Todd MARDET 4 A -H LLL L , j' J A W' " W, ,, M J V Ti L A . Akdg ,. ,M Q, A ,,1,h . V S , WQ, i55:v3:?iW?Q3 .41w 1'1., J" ,. Q In 1 1, , 'f 'WE 1 ' a , 57 L 326127. if!! ,W QW!!!-'.r'lV -pf! 5f5f5FW V A5 'LN I ,-wp., 'g A--Q 1 'gf . ' , - Tflfllf' 4 .. "mn hw," jf '55 '1" wi--Qgj f'ff.h-A if QF",--W? . H g ,V J 4 . N 'N A ' I .',' Mj':+- 4' fs. ' ' it F1 E4 gx Q YW 'fl W w 5, We M JR - A " Y , ' N he-L ' 11: ,M .w :V-3 4632533 w v f ,im -Q14 Qs, I . xii f M' 3 R' 5' if Ls , B M 9 Q w. :N 123 am ' 1 F ' x . uv' wa 1 5 ' x v "M"'a' ""' """'4"Pf' 2 ' ' -fr gf - w1.-fw.g,q'- - Y. ..., ,, '-A-4.-w,.m..1L.,, , . ,. ,. M. ,, ' . - '-ffm is ' lf' V- ,ze , ' ww'-" ' .1 ' f , f "' - 4' an , 5- K , X 5 V . , . , K' 5'- I .W V . ,H j " f' A vfnvj K - md- : W H 1 .,..-- , '. A 'Q""""' "-".lnkr'1aur',.qg-..... in, .,x.fV V -HF' Q .,,....-JK , 4- ' ' gwl ,. , , ,-1. wg .af M .N 113, L 'A 'Fm 3 M If Na "Vu V9 '-:N Wm J i.........1...- Mlm SPMAGTF Command Element Col. I.W. Schmidt Lt. Col. R.H. Young Sgt. Maj. P.I. Holding Commanding Officer Executive Officer Sergeant Major ' S W! X ' ' ' 1 ' 1 M31 'Wi W x ui I or 355135, .-.3 1 ' f .- 1? fr 'fi . A ia, N. X Erma- so it 1 ' w. r 'sg , tt, X ,, R ,- r mhsvf ' , '!"l.v K F3238 "-" 6 ,.-.9--,r " ,, , Fur SPMAGTF 4 S-1 fLeft to Rightj Cpl. C.R. Tyler, Gunnery Sgt. M. Silva, Cpl. L. Lopez, Cpl. E.B. Kaczenski, Cpl. LD. Hoyt 1 . V . 4 . 3 'li Headquarters Staff fLeft to Rightj Cpl. P.B. Bock, 1st Lt. P.E. Caton, Staff Sgt. I.W. Brenneman I. 6 S-2 fStanding Left to Rightj Master Sgt. I.S. Presas, Cpl. D.R. Perez, Capt. K.W. Quimby, Staff Sgt. C.C. Germany, Sgt. D.G. Owings, Cpl. I.A. Frego, Sgt. DJ. Adamski, Staff Sgt. S.C. O'Hara, 1st Lt. RJ. Coates, Cpl. M.T. Raybon Ir., Cpl. T.E. Leedom, Lance Cpl. C.I. Miller, Cpl. I.M. Brown, Cpl. I.R. Wiser, Cpl. B.R. Cooper, Lance Cpl. W.S. Iames, Lance Cpl. R.F. Pine, Sgt. M. Hernandez, Lance Cpl. K.A. Peace, Lance Cpl. M.P. Schuler, HM3 L.K. Abbott, Cpl. M.D. Iames, Staff Sgt. I. Moreno, Capt. W.H. Kiernan, Gunnery Sgt. P.K. Cooper, Staff Sgt. D.W. Feazell, Cpl. M.A. Daye fKneeling Left to Rightj Lance Cpl. G.N. Crawford HI, Sgt. I.E. Smith, Cpl. I.A. Brandon, Lance Cpl. EJ. Flanagan, Lance Cpl. L.R. Arnient Ir., Lance Cpl. D.E. Daniels, Cpl. M.P. Sweeny, Lance Cpl. I.M. Peck, Cpl. C.K. Iohnson 452 USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT W YA + X1 A 5 x 1 I - I 1 1 ,1 j! , 7 4 f e 1 E , I , 6 l - 1 ,, A L ws COMMUNICATIONS fFront Row Left to Rightj Lance Cpl. C.W. Probus Ir., Gunnery Sgt. 1.0. Dietle, lst Lt S.A. Hoecker, Gunnery Sgt. A.D. Linville, Cpl. A. Garza Ir., Cpl. G.L. Graham fBack Row Left to Rightj Cpl. P.T. Garza IV, Cpl. T.O. Prioleau, Cpl. P.C. Henderson, Lance Cpl. I.M. Fuller, Lance Cpl. C.E. McGriff, Lance Cpl. I.I. Verticchio, Lance Cpl. V. Lee, Lance Cpl. R.C. Mondisere, Cpl. I.W. Hounshell, Lance Cpl. D.L. Lightsey, Sgt. L.L. Walton SPMAGTF 4 ,- g - I J RECON fStanding Left to Rightj 1st Lt RJ. Coates, Ir., Staff Sgt. S.C. O'Hara, Cpl. M.T. Raybon Ir., Cpl. T.E. Leedom, Lance Cpl. C.I. Miller, Cpl. I.M. Brown, Cpl. I.R. Wiser, Cpl. B.R. Cooper, Lance-Cpl. W.S. Iames, Lance Cpl. R.F. Pine, Sgt. M. Hernandez, Lance Cpl. K.A. Peace Lance Cpl. M.P. Shuler, HM3 L.K. Abbott, Cpl. M.D. Iames fSquatting Left to Rightj Cpl. I.A. Brandon, Lance Cpl. EJ. Flannagan, Lance Col. L.R. Arment Ir., Lance Cpl. D.E. Daniels SRIG IBack Left to Rightj Master Sgt. LS. Presas, Cpl. D.R. Perez, Cpl. I.A. Frego, Staff Sgt. C.C. Germany, Capt. K.W. Quimby fFront Left to Rightl Sgt. I.E. Smith, Sgt. D.G. Owings, Lance Cpl. G.N. Crawford III, Sgt. DJ. Adamski A I 456 USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT SPMAGTF Ground Combat Element C8 1. R.G. OltII13I1 1st Lt. C.A. Western 1st Sgt. D.H. Ponsler India Co. Commanding Officer India Co. Executive Officer India Co. First Sergeant Qi? ee Fill 1. E oriai - 'N 4 K --rp-W 7" WE' we . . ..1i'fi1,Q5?i l EN W -tk 'xg flax 1 Gunnery Sgt. I.C. Rorie i Gunnery Sgt. I. Allen India Co. Gunnery Sergeant ,, I xy India Co. Gunnery Sergeant GlQUN',!I3 z?euNpE.1Q5 A road of tradition for SPMAGTF's ground warriors Formed in 1916 to be part of the 2nd Division of the AEF during World War I, the 6th Marines served during WWI with great valor and distinction. In that time, they fought at Belleau Wood, Chateau Thierry and several other battles. For their conspicuous gallantry, the regiment was award- ed the Fouragere by France. To this day, all members of the regiment wear it on their uniforms. The fighting tenacity of the 6th Marines in WWI caused German forces to call them "Devil Dogs," a name that applies to all Marines. The regiment began World War II as the garrison force defending Iceland from the potential German threat. The regiment was transferred to the Pacific in early 1943, where they continued a proud tradition in many battles. Among those battles: Tarawa, Guadalcanal and Saipan. As Korea escalated, the 6th Marines were sent in. Though redesignated the 7th Marines, the fighting spirit of the 6th lived on. f Many of them fought in Vietnam, though the 2nd Marine Division did not deploy there. Designated the South Amer- ican regiment in the early 1980s, they served in Panama f1982-891 including involvement in Operation Iust Cause. In December, 1990, India Co. deployed to Saudi Arabia, where they participated in Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm. They were one of the lead elements into Kuwait. Following Desert Storm, elements of India Co. deployed to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba and Okinawa, Iapan. In October, 1992, India 3X6 was designated the Ground Com- bat Element of the first CV-SPMAGTF. SPMAGTF 457 INDIA Co. HEADQUARTERS lLeft to Rightj HM3 I.A. Meeker, Sgt. NJ. Valenzuela, 1st Lt. C.A. Western, Capt. R.G. Oltman, 1st Sgt. D.H. Ponsler, Gunnery Sgt. L.C. Cisneros, Cpl. S.W. Ruff, Cpl. AJ. Canelas, Cpl. W.A. Sauer SNIPERS lLeft to Rightj Staff Sgt. MJ. Bellis, Cpl. T.F. Rivera, Cpl. T. Munoz, HM3 B.D. Kloppenborg, Cpl. S.V. Reichenbach, Lance Cpl. F. Carrafiello, lst Lt. GJ. Lee 458 USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT Om Y W . fwf- R iuiuwu 1 . , -.,..'.l.. I , , , nv ,, . A .W--. f A i i . i i N 5 HEAVY MACHINE GUNS fFront Row Left to Rightj Cpl. F.D. Quintos, Lance Cpl. I.F. Swasey, Cpl. M.A. Douglas, Lance Cpl. H.W. Martinez lBack Row Left to Rightj Staff Sgt. 1 MJ. Bellis, Sgt. R.L. Williams, HM3 B.D. Kloppenborg, Lance Cpl. G.T. West, Lance Cpl. R. Pina, Lance Cpl. R.C. Valdespino, Cpl. R.C. Carter, Sgt. F.E. Porczi, Cpl. T.L. Iohnson, i Lance Cpl. L.C. Sanders, Cpl. B.R. Hawkins, Lance Cpl. A.I. Champagne, Sgt. S.L. Evans, 1 1st Lt. G.I. Lee Q "" IME? Uviiltibrf I i DRAGONS lFront Row Left to Rightj Cpl. K.A. Iohnson, Lance Cpl. S.M. Savage, Cpl. S.I. Smith, Cpl. M.M. Botelho, Cpl. I.T. Bynum, Lance Cpl. I.S. Collins lBack Row Left to Rightj Staff Sgt. MJ. Bellis 4 HM3 B.D. Kioppenborg, Cpl. W.L. Pitts, Lance Cpl. C.G. Hendley, Cpl. W.R. Partlovv, Cpl. I.T. Pritchett, Lance Cpl. D.T. Shaver, Cpl. G.E. South, Lance Cpl. I. Piazza, Cpl. I.M. Lines, Cpl. K.R. Forbes, 1st Lt. GJ. Lee fNot Picturedl Pfc. M.W. Brickles SPMAGTF 459 1 fi . .lfgg .g.. . .. - .... W - ae A W A , is , ,,. , i -wx, -,, ' O .L favvqg--. ' ,gf for L .., A A E Af, L - 1 . -xt js .5 -m LN W V U . 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Y , V Y Y , ,A vQ,..f5,f , 1 ffklgajjq.-L fipqy-:1,,, - V , ,, 1 'V f L, ' V .. ,- ,, 5, 315- agpV,3.12,,g,,,,Qi,g:.,..4,, up I 1, I, .A 247: AIVLWIHL gy- , . ,fav-j ,,,, 37, ' " ff' 15'Ff,i4f:wfW TU-1 'F4'i4wF , " ' ' ' ' 7 1 L J, 1 , . . W K N y '-" l N - ' 3, ' fa ."" ., I ,.-1 ' L H., , , mam A , V ,W 4 A ' Q , ,Wg pg , , rg, vm-M 4 , MM 'A MORTARS lLeft to Rightj Staff Sgt. Bellis, Cpl. Chupka, Cpl. T.E. Hartley, HM3 B.D. Kloppenborg, Cpl. M.A. Clark, Lance Cpl. R.G. Pili, Lance Cpl. A.C. Weisenburn, Cpl. L.E. Kendall Cpl. R.V. Slson, Lance Cpl. M.A. Kough, Cpl. B.S. Bowen, Cpl. N. Morales, Cpl. R.T. Lorenzo, 1st LL GJ. Lee fNot P1cturedJ Lance Cpl. NJ. Mejia 460 USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT ' A ' 31 Yi IX 'xi' tx, X .' if A. 'W -f+ 3 'Q - 1 M-60 MACHINE GUNS lFront Row Left to Rightj Lance Cpl. I.A. Dobbins, Lance Cpl. B.E. Williams, Cpl. S.Q. Salandy, Lance Cpl. S.E. Riedl, Lance Cpl. I.P. Noel lBack Row Left to Rightj Staff Sgt. Bellis, Lance Cpl. A.O. Foster, Sgt. I.B. Stevens, HM3 B.D. Kloppenborg, Lance Cpl. V.L. Saenz, Cpl. A.F. Welsh, Cpl. V.L. Geter, Lance Cpl. C.A. Byrd, Pfc. B.C. Millard, Lance Cpl. I.L. Lord, Sgt. W.E. German, 1st Lt. GJ. Lee fNot Picturedj Lance Cpl. I.T. West v -l , Y 'H ak' SPMAGTF 46 1 l T f l 1 ' . ,. ,qi I .'-V ' ' A . gf: L ' 2 v x J J ill. tl. 1 ' it l . 'iid l lil. l W g lm' I . 1 'Q 1 1 ,lf uf Q J ,l 1 1 ll if 1st PLATOON fFirst Row Left to Rightj Sgt. L. Varos, Cpl. RJ. Iaquin, Lance Cpl. C.E. Norwood, Lance Cpl. I.A. Craft, Lance Cpl. M.A. Nock, Cpl. l R.M. Zeck, Lance Cpl. C.C. Lyons, Lance Cpl. S.L. Rumley, Cpl. R. Iohnson, Lance Cpl. M.A. Zimmerman, Lance Cpl. R. Noel fSecond Row Left to , Rightj Sgt. R R. McNeely lst Lt. K.P. Houlgate, Cpl. M.D Scott Cpl A. Drake Lance Cpl I.A. Weiner Lance Cpl. A E. Rowell Pfc M A Gutierre, r Cpl. I.W. Ninton, Lance Chl. D.S. Sawka, Lance Cpl. O.G. Rodriguez, Lance Cpl. N.L. Watltins, HM3 T.lN. Holder, Statf Sgt. I.S. l9agan, Lance Cpl. Il M.A. Smith fThird Row Left to Rightj Cpl. I.M. Smallwood, Cpl. K.A. Hutchings, Lance Cpl. C.L. Phillips, Cpl. G.P. Huntsman, Cpl. M.A. Serrano, Lance Cpl. W.E. Beam, Cpl. G.S. Johns, Lance Cpl. M.A. Nowlin, Lance Cpl. D.L. Martin, Lance Cpl. T.L. Thames, Lance Cpl. A. Amador i 1 462 USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT Ii-if 1 W fm! W W5 ii 2nd PLATOON lFirst Row Left to Rightj 1st Lt. D.S. Cochran, HM3 W.1. Featherman, Lance Cpl. 1.1. Agrella, Lance Cpl. 1.A. Holly, Cpl. W.D. Smith, Lance Cpl. T.L. Oglesby, Lance Cpl. A.B. Peterson, Cpl. B.W. 1oslin, Lance Cpl. 1.1. O'Connell, Cpl. W.G. Whitehurst, Lance Cpl. D.1. Houston fSecond Row Left to Right1 Sgt. 1.P. Ploskonka, Cpl. T.1. Maddox, Cpl. C.D. Pennypacker, Cpl. R. Pass, Cpl. I.K. Chatman, Lance Cpl. 1.A. Bennet, Lance Cpl. 1.1. Watring, Lance Cpl. C.A. Potter, Lance Cpl. 1.T. McKnight, Lance Cpl. A.F. White, Cpl. S.1. Lyster, Staff Sgt. K.L. Dixon KThird Row Left to Rightj Lance Cpl. T.L. Gobert, Lance Cpl. A.F. Northam, Cpl. 1.S. Whisman, Lance Cpl. S.P. Naughton, Cpl. G.M. Kinney, Lance Cpl. L.D. Williams, Lance Cpl. M. Mangro, Lance Cpl. 1.F. Sanders, Lance Cpl. M.E. Bailey, Lance Cpl. S. Sellers, Lance Cpl. C.A. McGinty lNot Picturedj Lance Cpl. R.D. Miller . A 3 "tif -1 P . 'mf A4 1 . . . 51 1.i-miiai-CL'?f't like "H :AS '1 i'i.r"'ff'E:i3L,.-.1:5'?Etlf1'91 5 4 " l 3' 'E' ,Wu rica-HEa1W.l. ? "af 1 l.Q.""'H!AY-Ak., '14'.."l'f.f.l'-'i5'W3'Y"tL'M"""5i9Q5xl'!l .' . "Q J. fy., M fa -- -'57 -v. A A W 4 f A " ,. . 1. 4' 4 -iff 1,-y.aQ1'g . .A . if , - . f . , . - , I-eq JA H 1 in f . 1 ' 1 J Q "' A A f I . ' SUV H 1 "" " ' .,, Jesu. 'lg W ' . , . 5,51 Y ' -L' W We H-4 v 3, i . . . . . ' ' 1 '-11' ' "' ' A W ' Aa --H 10.1. .Y 5 .. . 1 M 1 44? . ..,,. , M ., .. A v 4 .., - , , A ' da- F-as . , -Y - .gm-f-ff"-f ff ' , L -wi . is ., uf rar. , ,... xl.. H, , - 7 Aiazillgzi md, Qin, M ' as-..... -' J S ' ' "" ' new rf , .i . . , - , Q, - 4,5 if li V I ' , " vffuiiz- 4 SPMAGTF 463 3rd PLATOON lFirst Row Left to Rightl Cpl. W.O. Kratochvil, Lance Cpl. I. Raices, Pfc. I.A. Pappalardo, Cpl. C.W. Iones, Lance Cpl. E. Bernstrorn Lance Cpl. M.A. Terc, Cpl. D.A. Taporco, Lance Cpl. I.D. Hiltner, HN D.L. McPherson, Pfc. D.W. Walker fSecond Row Left to Rightj Cpl. L.C. Hatfield, Cpl. O.T. Saulsberry, Lance Cpl. R.E Hughes, Lance Cpl. W.R. Gallagher, Pfc. DJ. Guevarra Ramos, Lance Cpl. K.A. Howard, Lance Cpl. R. Rosa, Lance Cpl. I.E. Ortner, Cpl. E.H. Ray, Pfc. E.R. McGrath lThird Row Left to Rightj Cpl. S.A. Palmer, Cpl. D.G. Hattrich, Lance Cpl. S.A. Hobbs, Lance Cpl. T.E. Meyer, Lance Cpl. B.E. Roberts, Cpl. E.L. MacKinnon, Lance Cpl. CJ. Richardson lFourth Row Left to Rightj Sgt. A.S. Camacho, 1st Lt. C.M. Richards, Staff Sgt. L.C. Cisneros, Sgt. EJ. Crowley, Sgt. R.L. Abbott fNot Picturedl Lance Cpl. D.I. Czapiewski, Lance Cpl. A. Rivera, Cpl. R.L. Kettel . ,,,- ' 464 USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT '1 1- , , Combat Support Service Element 1st Lt. I.R. Giltz Gunnery Sgt. RJ. Laitinen CSSE Commander CSSE SNCOIC 466 USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT EOD fLeft to Rightj Staff Sgt. R.M. Hayworth, Gunnery Sgt. RJ. Laitinen, Sgt. B.P. Emily MEDICAL lLeft to Rightj HM3 K.E. Holly, HM3 R.L. Burton SPMAGTF 4 X1 Y W W w I fm V V . . . .jljl ,, '-14 in COOKS lFront Row Left to Rightj Cpl. N.W. Northrorp, Lance Cpl. I.D. Leffew, Staff Sgt. R.A. Mitchell, Lance Cpl. M.S. Pluta, Cpl. I. Eldridge lBack Row Left to Rightj Lance Cpl. I.C. Greene, Sgt. C.L. Hase, Lance Cpl. I.B. Iones, Cpl. T.L. Porter , 1 J are SUPPLY fLeft to Rightj Sgt. R.T. Maher, Sgt. R.I. Carney, Lance Cpl. D. Leach, Cpl. T.Q. Rockwell SPMAGTF 469 SPM GTF ir Combat Element H-362 I Lt. Col. M.D. Peatross Maj. I.M. Redman Sgt. Maj. G.L. Keyes Commanding Officer Executive Officer Sergeant Major 470 USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 363: SPMAGTF's power from the skies Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 362 QHMH-3621 was commissioned as a Marine Helicopter Transport Squadron on April 30, 1952. Prior to its first overseas deployment to the Republic of Vietnam in 1962, the squadron was redesignated HMM-362. Flying the UH-34D, the squadron served off and on 11962-19691 as the Special Landing Force Squadron aboard USS Valley Forge off the coast of South Vietnam. In addition, they participated in many operations "in country" from land-based fields. Redesignated as HMH-362 in late 1969, the squadron transitioned to the CH-53 Sea Stallion. Througout the 1970s and 80s, the squadron achieved several safety milestones and was frequently recognized for exemplary performance. Since 1991, the squadron has deployed three times. The first was in support of Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm l942 combat flight hours, 214 combat sortiesj. In September, 1991, HMH-362 returned to Southwest Asia as part of the 22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit, earning the designation "special op- erations capable." In August, 1992, HMH-362 surpassed the 40,000 consecutive mishap-free flight hour milestone. In December of the same year, the hard-charging squadron made history by becoming the Air Combat Element for SPMAGTF. S-1 fBottom Row Left to Rightj Capt. M.V. Eberhard, 1st Lt. C.D. Geiger, Lance Cpl. I.P. Cutler, Lance Cpl. L.A. Graham, Lance Cpl. FJ. Smith, Lance Cpl. E.C. Escalante, Lance Cpl. P.R. Hall, Lance Cpl. I.M. Buck, Cpl. R. Martinez lTop Row Left to Rightj Capt. D.I. Donovan, Cpl. C.E. Fuller, Cpl. R.A. Iefferson, Lance Cpl. B.K. Miley, Lance Cpl. G.L. Robey, Lance Cpl. A.N. Page, Cpl. C.K. Halsey, Sgt. W.E. Iohnson, Staff Sgt. F.M. Taylor 7 CCCC L C S-2 fLeft to Rightj Capt. S.A. Clarke, Lance Cpl. K. Norman, Staff Sgt. T.L. Binkley QW 'Cs SPMAGTF 4 S-3 fBottom Row Left to Rightl Capt. I.T. Flansburg, Capt. A.L. Bennet, Capt. MJ. Cwick, 1st Lt. S.B. Nordhoff, Capt. I. Guadagno fTop Row Left to Rightj 1st Lt. I.A. VanDerWerff, Lance Cpl. K.C. Hatcher, Lance Cpl. D.M. Ellnian, Sgt. D.W. Lee, Cpl. C.V. Montgomery, 1st Lt. D.V. Stockman, Capt. M.W. Young, Capt. A.M. Parker .F S-4 fBottom Row Left to Rightj Sgt. R.L. Wildermuth, Cpl. I.D. Farley, Lance Cpl. S.G. McAnaspie, e Cpl. S.G. Badgley fTop Row Left to Rightj 1st Lt. D.A. McKinnon, 1st Lt. EJ. McCallum, Cpl. D.C. Bailey, Lance Cpl. I.C. Bell, Lance Cpl. R.R. Whipkey, Pvt. I.P. Vitale, Sgt. I.S. Johnson, Capt. I.S. Russell, Capt. I.A. Smith 472 USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT 5 -153 DSSN lLeft to Rightj Staff Sgt. I.C. Agh, Maj. V.M. Gardner, Capt. R.L. Freed, Capt. P.V. Whiting, Capt. T.I. Sharron Maint Control! Admin fBottom Row Left to Rightl Staff Sgt. C. Cabrera, Pvt. D.M. Droppa, Sgt. R. Fuentes, Lance Cpl. M.W. Gilbert, Cpl. P.L. Warner, Cpl. AJ. Cozzens, Cpl. I.L. Graham, Cpl. H.C. Vela, Gunnery Sgt. T.R. Graf, Staff Sgt. D.C. Eldred fTop Row Left to Rightj Chief Warrant Officer Z D.E. Larson, Master Sgt. P.B. McGrath, Gunnery Sgt. I.T. Pierson, Staff Sgt. W.R. Zayic, Sgt. W.D. Rugg, Staff Sgt. MJ. Fachko, Staff Sgt. R.L. Pendleton, Staff Sgt. B.L. Stark, Capt. P.A. Grogan, Maj. R.E. Carney ' SPMAGTF 473 QA ftop row, left to rightj Sgt. T.D. Clement, Sgt. B.T. Owen, Staff Sgt. I.D. Staggs, Staff Sgt. K.A O'Hara H fbottom row, left to rlghtj Capt. B. Hearn, Staff Sgt. BJ. Hazel, Cpl. D.L. Cooper, Lance Cpl. C.A..Olson, Cpl. C.A. Olson, Gunnery Sgt. I.L. McKay X fl 4 ORDINANCE fleft to rightj 1st Lt. R.W. Parker, Sgt. IJ. Davidson, Sgt. B.T. Gregware, Cpl KK. Crowe, Lance Cpl. I.B. Warner, Sgt. B.L. Corbins, Cpl. T.L. Hill, Cpl. D.L. Barrett, Staff Sgt. M.L. Sunday 474 USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT SN: .f'TlM"?Lf f'5F??a9?'f-3' .H 1' ' W 5 ' 41' 25 " TOOL ROOM Ueft to rightj lst Lt. R. W. Parker, Sgt. E. P. Bromley, Cpl. M. I. Catron, Lance Cpl. I. C. Stow, Gunnery Sgt. S. A. Tenney FLIGHT EQUIPMENT Ueft to rightj Cpl. P. V. Iones, Cpl. N. R. Eads, Lance Cpl. B. C Byrd, Stab' Sgt. W. P. Canjield, Capt. I. F. Douglas, Gunnery Sgt. M. R. Mueller Yvigh M,-ti 475 HYDRAULICS fBOttOII1 Row Left to Rightj Sgt. I.M. Fessenden, Cpl. R.C. Watts, Lance Cpl. S.A. Budlove, Lance Cpl. G.S. Dube, Sgt. S.L. Ieffcoat, Cpl. RJ. Oglesby lTop Row Left to Rightj Staff Sgt. D.P. Hatt, Cpl. I.W. Melton, Cpl. I.T. Fulzone, Sgt. M.F. Iohnson, Cpl. LA. Retzloff, Cpl. O.I. Iabr, 1st Lt. R.W. Parker, Staff Sgt. C.R. Sheppard J METAL SHOPXCORROSION CONTROL fBOtt0II1 Row Left to Rightj Cpl. I.A. Moro, Cpl. T.W. Seyler, Sgt. R.L. Gage, Cpl. R.I. Nugent, Lance Cpl. S.A. Roach, Sgt. P.W. Murphy fTop Row Left to Rightj Capt. I.F. Douglas, Sgt. G.Z. Crowley, Lance Cpl. LM. McCahan, L Lance Cpl. R.E. Radcliffe, Sgt. C.S. Culpepper, Lance Cpl. V.L. Steward, Staff Sgt. M.D. Little 476 USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT it Ml W' . 1 E 2. , W g FLIGHTLINE lBotto1n Row Left to Rightj Sgt. E.K. Breeding, Sgt. V. Marquez, Lance Cpl. I.W. Robertson, Lance Cpl. A.E. Flores, Cpl. K.D. Neel, Lance Cpl. M.D. Marschall, Cpl. W.L. Kauffman, Cpl. W.W. Mowbray, Cpl. M.W. Somers, Cpl. S.I. Kruger, Lance Cpl. BJ. Theriot fMiddle Row Left to Rightj Sgt. H.F. Pope, Sgt. P.C. Martin, Sgt. I.D. Canter, Cpl. C.D. White, Cpl. T.A. Levy, Cpl. T.W. Riddick, Lance Cpl. R.A. Milton, Lance Cpl. I.E. Vanderpool, Cpl. C.R. Faughnan, Lance Cpl. I.W. Raleigh, Lance Cpl. T. Depaulis fTop Row Left to Rightj Capt. D.A. Mireles, Gunnery Sgt. K.L. Anderson, Sgt. R.W. Cooper, Cpl. S.E. Duda, Cpl. T.D. Martin, Cpl. G.O. Hopkins, Cpl. CJ. Elswick, Lance Cpl. D.T. Sellers, Cpl. I.B. Livingston, Cpl. C.C. Flagg, Lance Cpl. I.W. Flory, Cpl. B.E. Garner, Staff Sgt. B.A. Kautz, Staff Sgt. P.W. Overbeck SPMAGTF 4 7' X I I I I r I I ' -V ,Al AIMD lBottom Row Front to Backj Sgt. R.D. Wendt, Sgt. H.S. Iones, Sgt. G.F. Daigle, Lance Cpl. S.A. Welch, Sgt. I.V. Tolman, Lance Cpl. S.A. Gordon, Cpl. D. Cobb, Lance Cpl. T.L. Colton, Cpl. R.I. Lawson, Cpl. M.E. Cline, Lance Cpl. B.E. Breland, Lance Cpl. D.L. Manzer fMiddle Row Left to Rightj Sgt. IJ. Petrongelli, Cpl. W.V. Warner, Cpl. I.E. Huntley, Cpl. V.V. Gallegos, Sgt. R.A. Martinez, Cpl. H.G. Babson, Lance Cpl. TJ. Smith, Lance Cpl. S.C. Vranich, Lance Cpl. G.R. Bouchat, Sgt. C.A. Chesley, Cpl. T. Higgens fTop Row Left to Rightj Staff Sgt. R.A. Iones, Sgt. EJ. Bell, Cpl. D.M. Hogle, Cpl. L.R. Stanaland, Lance Cpl. D.L. Loomis, Cpl. N.Y. Quarles, Cpl. F.C. Orduno, Cpl. D.S. Bethea, Cpl. W.D. Sitki, Lance Cpl. R.D. Tyler, Sgt. G.A. Hefner, Sgt. I.P. Iohnson, Gunnery Sgt. E.A. Adams, 1st Lt. M.S. Stefanou SPMAGTF 47 My 4 A fx Q. Zi 4? 11 il 53 1: Qi W Y 1 E41 i :fi E wit 51 'M N Ji JI W if 'N l .A V ,S ,A , SSES S gi 1 EE' 5, ip fi I l ik if gf wig 'a 5 i 1 I1 i J Q ,V li V I, i ! 1, I N ,li Jil 114' 4 il: A U' 480 USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT N 2,370,104 . . . 350,000 ....... 314,657.32 .... 73,223 66,672 60,954 42,212 22,512 21,443 20,130 16,670 9,948 . 5,447 . 2,976 . 2,500 . 2,471 4-1' A--A.....-...- -uqw. W MED FACTS From 1 to 2,370,104: Med Cruise '93 in numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . lbs. bulk laundry washed ... .. . .... . ...portions of chile served . . dollar total of post office stamp sales gallons milk consumed in general mess ....................headsofha1rcut . . . . . . . . .pieces of laundry dry cleaned . lbs. lettuce consumed in general mess . . bags of flour consumed in general mess ....................totalflighthours . . . . . . . . . . . . . .lbs. outgoing letter mail . . . . . . . . . . . lbs. incoming letter mail .......................sortlesflown . .supply pallets taken aboard by unrep supply pallets taken aboard by vertrep . . . . . . . pizzas devoured in chiefis mess . supply pallets taken aboard by conrep 1,355.83 dollar cost for interpreters in Greek ports 153.. 80 78 71 21 12 11.80 . 7 .... . . drums of hazardous material offloaded . . . . . . . . . . . . number of embarked aircraft . . . days underway before entering Rhodes . . . . . percent of crew using direct deposit . . . . underway replenishments lunrepsl . . . . jokes told by CMC on Master Minute . . dollar per lbl. price of lobster in Naples unrepswithUSSSeattle . . . . . . . .airings of"BasicInstinct" 3 .... 1 . . pig accepted with pleasure from USS Iohn F. Kennedy Welcome Back' I 0 I I I Q. I' I: I I I I II 11 I .I II I. I I II I I I I 'I II 'I I I I I I I I I I I I 'I II II I. V III I I. I I I II . I I " .I I I . I . I ,I I I J . I I I. I II, I I. II I I I I . I I II I. II II II. I II I: I I 482 USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT WELCOME HOME 483 klf W V 1 I1 M N 'E , El S S ES , 14 , 'Nl . " Xi , 4 ' I .. 1 gi! n ll I 1 ! i P 5 . p I i n l I i 1 I r V E H X ,f 1 ll' ,Q If rf 41 Ii R 'V 5 W L! :Z s W 5 J M N M ii N V N N. 1 44 11 SF 4 I! W 11 gi ,N U I1 il 1: Q5 V J W4 4 z N 1 , E i 484 USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT N J if WELCOME HOME 1 '1 1 1 J U 1 1. ,E 1 j1 1 Y 1 11 11 1 f I 1 11 1 H 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 81 1 1 1 ,V 1 1 1 1 I 1 11 1 1 1 E1 1 1 111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1' Z1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 11 1 In 1 1 ll 1 A 1 1 I 1 1 ! 1 1 11' 11 1 11 1 1 1 1 'I 12 1 11 1 1. 1 1 1 i, 1 15 3. F1 11 1 1 12 1 1 1, 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 31 1 1 1 -1 31 1 I 11 1 1 . 1 1 1 i 1 1 1. 1 1 I 485 USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT 1 Lk - , 1- I s lv I N K K H r H r 4 S X Y Q A n 1 ---4 Y I V A A I 1 C 1 1, . 5 WELCOME HOME 487 ?- 488 USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT I QE E5 Mums 1 I TR returns After an exhausting Med Cruise, TR returned to Nor- folk, Virginia. The Warship was greeted by a throng of peo- ple: relatives and loved ones of TR's sailors and Marines. The crew poured from the brows onto Pier 11. It was a time of accomplishment and reunited family. WELCOME HOME 489 1'i-'-'-rg?" Surface 8z Alr Warfare Awardees--' 1 T 490 USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT 1 V 'fm t num 71 I 1 4.125 4-5'el.v"' Tradition: Warfare Specialists Those who have earned enlisted specialty qualifications stand a bit taller in the eyes of the Naval community. The sailor who pursues such qualifications has taken the time to learn the ship or air wing parts that exist outside his work center. He has taken the time to better himself and improve the readiness of the ship. The emblem he now wears on his left breast is a sign of his dedication to duty. He has made himself a better sailor by spending time in the many areas that make a ship and air wing work. He now better understands the importance of teamwork in accomplishing our nation's military goals. He understands the parts behind an efficient team. The sailors and Marines on the opposite page were awarded Enlisted Surface Warfare andf or Enlisted Aviation Warfare during the 1993 Med Cruise. X Ship's Awards 1993 Commander Naval Air Force Atlantic Fleet Gold Anchor 3M Inspection mark of 90 Navigation "N" Squadron Safety HS" Awards: VA-36 VF-84 VAQ-141 VMFA-312 1992 TR Sailor of the Year: AT1lSWfAWl D. Heffentrager 1993 Ship's Medals 81 Ribbons: Meritorious Unit Commendation Southwest Asia Service Medal with Bronze Star Sea Service Ribbon 1993 CHINFO Merit Awards: News Articles Familygrams SITE TV Newscast SITE TV Spot Production USS THEOD ROOSEVELT MANAGING EDITORS LT Iames W. Graybeal LT Charles D. McWhorter EDITORS IO2 Michael Buckingham IO3 Iohn-Henry Doucette PHOTO EDITOR IO2 Iames Collins STAFF IOGISWXAWJ George L. Markfelder IO2 David A. Luckett TAYLOR PUBLISHING REPRESENTATIVE Steve Lanning ,f A w L? ' :fl if ,L F 911 H V' 1: , . If, M' xl ,M Y: Q v I X ,. 53 wb E i f T i 3 ii 1 a is Qu fi ,gl wir iw ml w ' W -1 r ,11 -N1 fa i i Y I If Q, in V L" 'NI W W W 1 , ,s 'i is w , 1 1 N W Riga 4, 4 fi.. .W 1-fi ,gr Yi, W .iw ,J .dh ff! My 27" , U- ,p. A , rf' - L. .M ww v 4 4 L11 , dr 4 . H :gk- CJ nf .1 iw 554.-J 'T ed '-29 'Y 522. B1 L aq- f"" up-dnuiil' flfa qi. RES fL3if.3? z 4 E YPT r .- .1 Si :L 52 1 17. .5 E 1: .5-, .Q ,r ., 3 4 , . ix 9 , . . Nc if VHF Qc ., , , .-. iw? r . 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