USS Roosevelt (CVN 71) - Naval Cruise Book

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They reside in Virginia Beach, VA. 30 TQ I ,I , WWXWV 'ff ,,m,,,,,,,,',,,-W , V, f W 5 z 3 i 5 B l 2 1 l r E Carrier Group EIGHT Command Master Chief ETCMCSSJ Gregory Brou Master Chief Brou is originally from Louisiana and entered the Navy in September 1975. He attended Electronics Technician "A" by Nuclear Power training in Orlando, Florida and Ballston Sp21.NeiT York. His first assignment took him to USS JOHN C. CALHOUN which was undergoing overhaul in Kittery, Maine and subsequenty shifted homeport to Charleston, South Carolina to commence conducting deterrent patrols. Some of his other assignments include Rad.1.1C 1 , . .. . io ogica ontro s Division at Trident Refit Facility, Bangor, Washington, USS FRANCIS SCOTT KEY CSSBN 6575 CGOLD7 and USS NEWPORT NEWS CSSN 7505 Where he served as Engineering Department Enlisted Advisor and later ' l' d C Cl 'ef of the re reve as 11 Boat. In March 1992 he reported to Commander, U. S. Atlantic Fleet as the Force Career Counselor and one year later he relieved U5 COMSUBLANT ' ' Staff Command Master Chief. In August l994 Master Chief Brou reported to Commander, Carrier Group ElGHT if Engineering Technical Assistant and Staff Command Master Chief. During his career he has earned School at Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, Illinois followed the Navy Commendation Medal Csecond awardj and Navy Achievement Medal Qthird awardi. 32 O fl Q 'fy-.'.' wx Vg .....:..,m-f. , 1.55. 5 Ml, xg ,six -"TIN .-all ,,m,,,,M1mww.wqgAq f,, WL 5: L, f, - Y, W 4,2 ' ' 'ff ' 1 f ,mfr-W-ff , , ' I '- . my f' - f f ., ,, f 3 ,, ,, , x , ,, ,, , ' ,Wehrmziimswvmi-?fihjiigffngmgcygiy,mt-Ez:Wgfgf, -iw ' ,ui ff ,I f QW w..M.W,.,..4.,..W.:!1:. vii, My, ygtffym ,,f1Agef,-,V ?L'G2f'fTjZ0gG-gi ' Q K ' "M 'M' , V 2 f af ' ,f Z, 45'-"ff: ' Wh' fn 'm"y f 1 ' ' f f .,. W +.s HY sf L: '1 v-Q, f g3'gyn,g,', 4 1 ' 1 I J fa, 1Lk!'i'. 'If YT, 'Eff' fl i"f ' -- 5 ff wpzl y :ig 1 f, . 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' M .........1.e-"""'k' A L eactor RA l 1 r , 1 , 3 , , LTJ G John Reblando ENCCSWJ Bruce Castle MMCQSWJ Randall Dry MMI Andre Brathwaite MM1 Scott Frye MM1 Dale Fuss MMICSWD Gil Mojica MMICSWD Vernon Vinson F eactor rwfumwwwvwwn Nkrshsi .hym- s V' f 7fvf25 i . . g 2 ETC MMI IrE3I160 Di1toQ, 5 'EM1ff5FiFf!01l1Y'30Yf? 5 f 1 ' I 5 Q' f ' L ima V- +r.11L E f' ' MM1?Br1an Lundnff H5rd v 1 l F3 1, - , W F 1 ' ' f , ,' , y 1 , g V , 5 ff 1 . r czwgzpnquglasolselg LM JQQ U ,RQ .ig V Nm M , VJ. A.,.! Q lficgrwf 59' ,Wi 5 'r u ',,'l 7 'MQWPV' eactor RE 2 ' ' 1 . ' 1 f 5 K 1 M 1 L , 1 I 1 1 1 ' - 1 , 1LTTEdwardFisohed LTJG' Douglas Tharpf CW021Rona1dhBurkefd EMCS Lawrence Blanchard? EMCSfSWJ1Robert Kokl-do - I 1 1 1 , , , ' 1 ' , . 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N , i Y 1 lf V i 1Q S11 MS1 Darryl Owens MS2 Gary Weiss MS3 Theodore Aliott MSSN David Bailey MSSN Mark Battle MSSN George Gonyer MSSN Torrence Rabb if l 1 P E vf V N 1 Hpply S-1 V if U.S.MAlL PCCCSWJ Jimmy Holland PC1 Kelvin Alcorn PC1 Steve Brown PC2 Shawn Grasty PC3 Chad McCann PC3 Samuel Porcaro PCSN Hoke Turner III In l fu 5 l cc Q C , K we ewes 4 .4 V . M S " V' Gieg 3,2533 I QW' E f Uh- -..z,-Quran ity 'nut . "'ivw'15""K N1 1 NHYKWA N A gfw- R n1A'l'0s" P e W?.-34 c A f A 'A ' ce suv e 323 1 scee c V s 2 N c R c L In QeWi, t .A b simfpc " bV 4,5?nMwf P A " A N N xv 1' ei-H If , ' ' ' ' Success comes to those who lead the lzfeof endeaveffj 242 :ref x - , . . , f ,4 ,Y A J 1 if' -QQW ,iw ,f " . - 1 pf Um . ,,,, 77,4-,A - , -1' I 5 W- not ,, Vatu ' Q ,, t6!fi'f'fv'5?"'n' E i if -.i.fa. .4.,,,g. Y -Q f f-Q 5 ,-, l Q I .. . A K pr X x 'I . . Q 5 ' , h' XX -Ra V K , ,4L,A. ..v, I it A . X 6 V "f,m 1! V. 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Swartz A01 Wilbert Butler A01 Thomas Brouwer AOICAWI Morrison Davis A01 Darryl Edwards TM1 Antoine Felton A01 Jeffrey Hall A0lfAWJJimmy Orr A01 Anthony Spence A01 Greg Shaver AOICAWJ Thomas Williams Q TA ! - I I - i 1 r . - eapons G-4 ENS Joseph Mahachek, Jr. ENS Scott Palumbo AOCQAWJ James Reed A01 David 0brien EM1 William Shosh, Jr. MMIKSWJ Peter Trangata A02 Roy Deville EM2 Vinh Hoan MM2 Thomaas Feicht A02 Russel Fisheli l l 1 1 N , 1 AC2 Randall Martini EMZQSWJ Anthony Quinnh IIM3 Gordon Bryant A03 Darron Finley MM3 Dwaine Herouyo X . I H Ni , . ' g kc, , -Y , A Z' , f . -I M, 'H gin . M 125. 1, mf .' ,rf T12 K V21 ei' eww Q A Nh V -.wi '.,4i ,A ,-eq x E-...M , X , nip.,- W f sm, kg . gagfw i ff i cc .lm afet Commander Roy Weisen Play it safe, TR. The nine men of Safety Department help make sure the crew of TR doesnit take any unnecessary risks on the flight deck and below. An industrial hygiene program keeps sight and hearing hazards to a minimum and monitors the Way the ship deals with hazardous Waste. Various Safety representatives keep track of how TR7s most dangerous jobs are performed, monitoring evolutions in the plants, on the replenishment rigs and around the decks. But safety awareness doesnvt end when Sailors and Marines head 1 home. The department has an extensive home, driving, recreational and sports safety program. ' t' ' "W-f" .ff - mi Face the faCfS US yOu find them. Strive steadily toward the best. 99 a-i "In lU'e, as in afo game, the rinc follow is,f hit hardg don' a don 't shirk, line FL G K 3.119-111 Fe: ini 0sj.15:f'q1:111f,-,551 11' 1: 4, 1 111, 11: ' 11:3,!,r,11'-,,y1g'1' 11 1 11- 11-Zn: :.13'1i1,1,51.Z 119 11"-:ew 1! 1j J 14:1 1 ,' 11331.13 V: -751111 1Q,,Y'-15,11 , 1-f1 1 .,,, 11 F V w,,1,. 1 pq. 1:1 1 , 1 ,,,- 1 1 ',2,i":'1"Y71i'f1 W"LiLfF '1 5 11 11 1 , rf 11 'l'1w11f,,a'1 5 1' ' C"lZ'1ilf.11'J1l f1.'131711,f.F.!1Q'111527111f'11l1:.Y11:1f 1 H" 11 :wi-11-'1 11, 13'Qi1L'111Qhfzg1!,1"111,'-5 11 11 1 11 1 , .1111, f. 1 1 12- 511111 ',111",x 1 ' ,1 ' ' ,A gig-1' ,-511-31121 1, 1 ' 1,1 W Q 1:1 1 -1 1: 1 1 I 1 LTJHy J219ksOni 1 f gcwos Williamilalf Y LT R0Y:Vilfde1i ETCM Gregory Btoui 1 ' - - , 1 1 1 " , 1 , ' 1 V 1 , V , , 1 .1 1 1 , , 1 RMCSCSWJ Charles Hoffmm EWC Ross Nlillingtoli YNCCSWJCarlt0n Nelsoli SK1CSWJ James Fotli BMHSWJ Maurice F' LX X 1 X. X Y , X 5, X X X i LCD1QfQGlenn Brandenburg LCDIQ Raymond Corngan QLCDR Patrick Felts LCIQR Gerald Frxedman if X X2 x, 4 X l 1 XJ' 31 'N ,XX Q- , N X. fj f f'2X':1'X1'l X 1, ' 'I X' V, mi X X ' ,X 3. ,XX ,X XXL' . 2 ' XV X. 1 ,X ,QXCXX LCDRX Brian gHudS011Q SLCDR1 LCDR 'SteYf I'-iibdgliaftii j 1 1 X LT JamQs,Qasoxi 1 1 LTkCar1Conti Q X X X :X 1 " X LT Maff1igXiX Hgp1egQ LT Jeff Jacksmi LT Roberf King, XLT Brian McKinnon? LTJ Douglas Manfredi I X X X 4 f i ,Q f W Fighter Squadron FORTY ONE "Black Aces" distinguished career began on 1 ,I une 1945 when it was commissioned at NAS Chincoteague, Virginia. Flying the Chance-Vought F-4U Corsair, the squadron moved to NAS Norfolk, Virginia in 1947. The squadron made early deployments aboard the USS FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT QCV 421 and USS lVIIDWAY QCV 411 before moving its home base to NAS Jacksonville, Florida in January 1949. The squadron was decommissioned for a short period and the "Black Aces" were recommissioned in 1950 at Naval Air Station Oceana, Virginia. The "Black Aces" made many transitions throughout the years beginning with the F-2H Banshee to the F3H-2 Demon in 1959. In 1962 the squadron transitioned to the lVIcDonnell Douglas F-4B Phantom II and served seven months in the Vietnam Gulf. In 1975 the "Black Aces" served onboard USS FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT QCV 421 and again transitioned in 1976 to the F-14 Tomcat and joining Carrier Air Wing EIGHT and USS NIMITZ QCVN 681. The USS NIMITZ Battle Group was assigned to a station in the Northern Arabian Sea in response to the IranianfAfghanistan Crisis. During this time the "Black Acesl spent 144 continuous days at sea, the longest period 280 nnipqgrq -41 since World War II. While on Deployment to the Mediterranean Sea on August 19, 1981, during a routine combat air patrol mission over the Gulf of Sidra, two Libyan SU-22 Fitter aircraft I were shot down by VF-41 aircraft after an unprovoked flTll1g on the F-14 section. The incident marked the Hrst Navy all' combat confrontation since the Vietnam Conflict and the f11'ST ever for the F-14 Tomcat. The squadron has been on the forefront of numerous operations including support of the Multi-National PeaC6 Keeping Force off the coast of Beirut, Lebanon. The "BlHQk Aces" also spent 68 days off the coast of Lebanon in 1935 In response to the hijacking of a TWA jetliner. In August 1988, VF-41 deployed With USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT CCVN 711 for TEAM- WORK 88 in the North Atlantic. Since then VF-41 has served with the TR in operations DESERT SHIELD and DESERT sToEM, operation PROVIDE coMF0RT9 Operation SOUTHERN WATCH, Operation DENY q l FLIGHT and Operation DELIBERATE FORCE Dufmg Operation DELIBERATE FORCE, VF-41 flew 100 sorties over Bosnia-Herzegovina and became the li1'ST PM squadron to drop bombs in combat. A .X. I! 1 I l I l , - Y L 1 5' 1 w 5 r V . ' ! , 1 1 ' X 1 4 - u . V V , i X Y . "" 'n a - M1-" ' L f '5- - , - - -- . I AT2 Eric Cordhr A S2 Gerald Cornell MS Anthony Crawford ME2 Bernard Cruz AT2 Eric Desch ' V. k" ' Q 7 1 , E l I I Q 1 V X X S I r i Y 1 5 Y Y 1 i A P l K 1 I 4 Y Q 292 ,-l.........-. ..-.--i- MS3 Glenn Billups AMES Robert Blanchette AK3 Daniel Bolonski AD3 Kevin Bums AD3 Edward Carter AE3 David Cord AMS3 Timothy Cox AT3 Richard Cubin A03 Demostense Currie AD3 :Ierry Decker 0 PR3 Manuel Frutoz HM3 David Greenier AMH3 William Hays AE3 John Hoffmann AZ3 Aaron Hunter AE3 Todd Janson IS3 Jason J arecki A03 Keith Kime IS3 Richard King AE3 Timothy Krahn -4 ' raig Wohlschlaeger AN Richard Adams AN Stephen Ainslie N Ricardo Braxton hristopher Caliban I . . , ' ' I f I ' ' -ugh -gn xx ,f f , A Q F A 4,-,,,,,,,,,, , ,,, .im ,, tml, f X 5 1 i 1 l vAw - 1 4 32,000 hours of accident free flying. During Operation Desert Storm the "Bear Aces" provided critical AEW, command and control and SAR coordination as well as initiating several remarkable and life saving operations. When the cease fire went into effect on 28 February fhf? "Bear Aces" had flown a total of 331 combat sorties, OV61' 1155 combat hours in support of the more than 1221 strik6S i against 531 targets in the Kuwait Theatre of Operations 1 QKTOJ, the most combat hours and combat sorties Of H1157 E-2C squadron. Remarkably, over 750 of the combat hours were flown in a single 30 day period. I On 10 March 1993 the "Bear Aces" deployed with Cafflef Air Wing EIGHT and the Special Purpose Marine Aiff Ground Task Force QSPMAGTFJ aboard USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT QCVN 715. Immediately they set out for the Adriatic Sea to support the United Nations' operation PRov1DE PRoMisE, which brought food and medical supplies to the people of the formel' Yugo' slavia. During Med cruise 95, VAW-124 provided AEW QIPPOH for air strikes over Bosnia-Herzagovina during OpG1'3U0H DELIBERATE FORCE. .lj LT AW f " 1 up sf-J ,.l LCDR Robert Brewer L LCDR Kevin Oakes DR Chad Skidmore CDR Phillip Tinsley LT Mark Adams LT Frank Allen LT Mark Bergmann LT Christopher Calico LT Doug Carsten LT Eric Caskey LT Carl Cherry LT Mark Coffman LT Walter Glenn LT James Hawkins Chris Higginbotham LT Karl Hines LT Ron Marullo LT Martin Pullen CAPT Brett Sharp + all ""' AlVCM Murray Curtis MMCMCSSD Stephen Davidson AZCM Laroy ,Iepsen ADCS Louis Gaggiotti, Jr. AMCSCAWJ Gordon Grahiec AMHC Marc Lang AMSCCPTWJ James Lawrence YNC Charles Mcllavidl AEC Larry smith ATCCAWJ Martin Stanford PNECCAWJ James Wall ,WPC James Williams X l L K l A t w A I4 TE- 1 AEAN Philip Brownlow AN J ihn Burke AN Charles Casci AKAN Samuel Ellis YNSN Thomas Freeman ADAN Bruce Fruderes AMSAN Randall Greer AMSAN Guillermo Britto AN Jeffrey Hubbell AKAN Henry Jones ATAN James Lindstedt ANWalter Logan A AN Chris Loveridge AD N Robert McHenry A AN David Norwood ' 5 , . . V... . J ' 'f 14. ' , ' ' 'W i"'7W" Q 4 -ii' 'I 'Wi V v, , 1 q..,,. . ' ' y gif Vic ? ' L .,,,.f '43 f i i' 'i y ,' .: zlQ g.g'i' lg V, i. Q. .. 'f f,.'.c7'i.Es.2fiE?i2Z41551:f ""?'ff""" " ' ' ' ' . 5-rizwzrmsv' ""7"1-4-f--- I ' ' 'R ' A 3 a i A el 'Q , , . 'i , , ' v ' ff ' ' YP 739' viii 17 " 'T V' . - Q, i., 1rfg.5Q1f': ,, f . dl y 'if V 1 f "lp'511fii' iw " 1 1-' "ft im. rf .aa-.H 1 . H my 4 IW VS - Sea Control Squadron TWENTY-FOUR traces its history back to 1 January 1943 when it was commissioned as Bombing Squadron SEVENTEEN QVB 175. The squadron embarked aboard USS BUNKER HILL QCVS 175 and USS HORNET CCVS 125 and saw action throughout World War II. During the thirty-four years since its designation as VS-24, it has flown five different types of aircraft from fifteen differ- ent aircraft carriers throughout the world's oceans. The first airframe change for the Scouts occurred in August 1975 when they transitioned from the prop-driven S-2G Tracker to the Turbofan S-3A Viking. In September 1989, the squadron transitioned to the highly advanced S-313. This modification gave the S-3B Harpoon missile employment capability, improved electronic surveillance measures QESM5, inverse synthetic radar CISAR5, the capacity to in-flight fuel other aircraft, electronic countermeasures, and a more sophisticated acoustic detection system. In 1989 the Scouts first deployed with the S-313 aboard the USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT QCVN 715, for that ship's maiden cruise. On this deployment, VS-24 flew throughout the North Arabian Gulf in support of Operation DESERT STORM. The Scouts flew 449 combat sorties which included armed surface reconnaissance, electronic warfare strike support, mine countermeasures, and aerial refueling. VS-24 was responsible for several "firsts" during this cruise, the first S-3B land strike over enemy territory, the Erst wartime launch of a tactical air launched decoy QTALD5 and the first S-3B war-at-sea strike against an enemy patrol craft. 310 Lim After DESERT STORM, VS-24 responded to tanking and National Command Authority participated in Operation PROVIDE COMFORT rendering aid to Kurdish refugees fleeing Iraq. The Scouts returned from this history making deployment in June 1991. VS-24 deployed to the Mediterranean with USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT QCVN 715 in March 1995 and during this historical deployment accomplished new "firsts to add to their long list of accomplishments. The first Carrier Air Wing deployment to use the S-3B Viking HS 516 only organic tanker asset and VS-24 is the first S-3B squadron to OVERFLY Saudi Arabia in over two yearS- While deployed to the Red Sea, VS-24 was the only U- S' Naval squadron to tank the Egyptian Mirage 200 aircraft-- It was VS-24 that flew King Hussein of Jordan aboard T116 TR for a courtesy visit and introduction to U. S . Naval Carrier Aviation. While in the Arabian Gulf VS-24 flew missions in SUPPOIT of Operation SOUTHERN WATCH The Scouts assisted in the recovery of two downed pilots when their F-14 suff6I'GCl accountability problems forcing them to eject over water- While in the Adriatic Sea, flew in support of Operati011S DENY FLIGHT, SHARP GUARD and DELIBERATE FORCE. Suppressed Bosnian Serb surface-to-air missile QSAM5 sites with TALDs in support of air strikes agaiHSf radar sites. VS-24 flew 1200 sorties accumulating 3005.5 flight h0Ul'S- They flew an impressive 138 sorties during Operati01'1 DELIBERATE ORCE and accumulated 1157 carri6f arrested landings. ,A i xx , +3 V: Q' wi' 'N ...fw- 2 Ju Q M X? ,fo L x .., AW KAW? James Ackley A92 AKZCAWQ Atwqra, Jrg AM A 2fAW3 Soott AMH Charles Bye IS2 'Ilvacy Davenport YN2 George Davis AWZCAWJ Donald Dirkin AD2 Daniel Foggi An 'rmwmy Hicks AE2 Daniels Jacobs AMS2 Chester Jenkins AME2 John Joseph f ' X 2. 7 1 QI J I H Y l 1 ? l I I V N F. if Q 1 , 1 1 W , k l 1 ti r ' A ,.... .,.. ., ,,,, ,,.M. ,, ,.., ....,,,. ,. . I 1 i VFA - In October 1986, Attack Squadron FIFTEEN was of OPERATIONS PROVIDE PROMISE and DENY redesignated a strike fighter squadron after transitioning FLIGHT over Bosnia-Herzegovina and OPERATION from the A-7 Corsair to the F lA-18 Hornet. The SOUTHERN WATCH over southern Iraq. squadronvs name may have changed but its tradition of TR deployment No. 4 came in March 1995. The excellence remained. squadron flew over 1,650 sorties accumulating 3,150 total Since the squadronas inception a month after the attack flight hours. The 17 squadron pilots made more than on Pearl Harbor in 1941, the Strike Fighter Squadron 1,600 arrested landings on TR7s flight deck. Valion FIFTEEN MVa1ionsw have flown six types of aircraft. maintenance personnel provided fully mission capable They are the SBD Dauntless, TBM Avenger, AD-4 aircraft at an unprecedented 98 percent rate. Skyraider, A-4 Skyhawk, Corsair and the Navyis most Valion pilots flew 119 combat support missions capable strike and attack fighter, the Hornet. enforcing the no-fly zone in souther Iraq and 292 The Hornet is an all-weather, high-performance, missions over Bosnia. VFA-15 aircraft participated in the tactical strike fighter aircraft designed to conduct a wide opening salvo of OPERATION DELIBERATE variety of missions from the carrier platform. FORCE air strikes Aug. 30, and were regularly involved VFA-157s first Mediterranean deployment with the in strikes and other missions throughout the campaign. IH Hornets came aboard TR in December 1988 -- the the first three days alone, Valioni aircraft dropped 15 tons carrieris first deployment ever. Two years later, the of precision guided ordnance on strategic Bosnian Serb squadron deployed again aboard TR, this time to the military targets. Arabian Gulf in support of OPERATIONS DESERT The Valions have flown from 14 different carriers, SHIELD and DESERT STORM. The Valions flew including TR, and have made 19 major deployments combat sorties over Iraq and occupied Kuwait until the around the world. Few Naval Aviation units can match suspension of hostilities on Feb. 28, 1991. the 50+ years of service and outstanding tradition VFA- y In March 1993, the squadron made itgs third cruise 15 has given to the United States. l aboard TR. The sorties this deployment were in support 324 l l v -15 : l 1 1 l 1 1 1 1 1 L12DR scan Campbell1 LCDR Morri Leland1 1LT Paul Camardellaj 4 LT Scott Conn1 . 1 1 1 r. ,.......-.-.--V,-wary-W--5 H-Nw-N 1 1 1 , 1 , 1 , ' 1 ' 1 1 t 1 1 LT Sean Cookj LT+.IohnCrawmer1 1 LT Michael Devaux1 y LT Douglas Haagi 1 LTSteve Hartung1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 LT David Kindley1 LT Peter Matisoo1 1 1 1 TLT Scott Rogers1 l 1 LT Romeo Rosario1 1 LT Wiuiam Rieke1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 LT James Spagnoloi ENS 1Christopher Coburn1 Christopher Couch1 CW03 Meredith Childress1 cwoz Darryl Sims1 i W., 1 l A 1 1 1 1 AD2 James Bai-iii YN2 Anthony Bennettl AE2 Tyrone Bethea, AT2 Philip Bilsback1 HM2 Terrence Carterf , 1 1 1 - 1 1 l 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 A02 John Cooley AT2 Scott Curtis Jesus DelAngel AME2 Dennis Riley AT2 Gene Gollaholr 1 1 1 1 1 5 AMS2 oiis Hayes? AMS2 Allen Hiltyl AD2 Stephen Hines? AME2 Tod Homan AT2 Chris Kates lAE2 Douglas Keeler AZ2 Matthew Larson 1 A02 Bobby Lee AOZCAWJ Archie Magwood MS2 Darrah Martin 1 l 1 ml' .y m4wnv JMU 22 LQ! P' fn f,qJt 9 Wiwwg '31, X, -V P--A: L df 9 'J ' 'ff 2.33335 251.2 img, 1 1 . 1J gf,jf3,j f, fy, A x 4 i'w1UZIelf:I 1' fag , V LX 9715.3 9511 ,RA Q, .., V, A Rm Q55 HJ' QDHH :M J ,mu Y sz 4'1,?5s' v. w'-1,-L, Um w,3jbYY,iy3-,, ,Q P.,1TQiw!f 111 1Q,,1,3,U l' f"f?:..-- - -'- w g , ,U ff" I-rjuf' '- TT, :zz ,,,.-,Q 15, , V, , , 543' LL 'if WJ " 'TFYTT' TH xv,-.Y' ffl i141,L.-' 1VfQ.iY1J .I ,HwVfw1VfM V, J l.'-.3311 . Q mf- , +42-fw'5w L-, , ,,,Y .X f.--1 kj L, W- 11 ,414 I nm-Y-f ,r,. I 1. .P , y, uv WON rave ,tlwf HQ vw ,,: 4' n ua Q. pi' rf e 'F in 'ff ,vo X ff' I f :r xt W J.. xf XX! Wm- lj fl Vt IQ .Mal Kffy Nas? f .vw A E f v .L nf' sf' ww- 1, 101 la Au 4, m 1 df u fe-,--mf, G-.amm KM. .,k L My Q-55' mmm ,, 44' 1 , ,,... . l If Q my f - ,,., , ,,,..W-vw "LLM-s"""""""" MM..,.,w.5:MwM,,,,,.Ln-H '- M-f.Lf.v--v , I ,.., v w,-,uww-- ,.,....w-ff" ww, .L any-Q 3 'W ,. J. M 5, .M 4, 1, ' Q,l.Jlw3'11P"'i. , ,Mmwlff ,, 3 .21 1 x x V ,gig my f in ,, , . ,Q ui' ,fii zur: ,Q 1 I K I ,,,, X Y Y ,, Q J l LA,-15, 1 1 1 1 1 ATAA Andrew DRHCCIJ ADAA Lorse Durri AN Mike Kllbialf AA Alfonzo Malone? QADAN Charles NaasE 1 , . I 1 AN Kevin Powell AN Timothy Prentice PRAA Casey Reiti AMSAN Anthony Rodriguez 1 AN Harry Smith fy iliiti'i f' 'ifi ffl! -, , 17--15,ff:xa , 1. -1 1 .f?a'i'Uf 1, yi.. iqegfi f mvm 1 ..,,,,, M. ,, efaen. VA-87 The Strike Fighter Squadron EIGI-ITY-SEVEN MGolden Warriorsw were on the tip of the spear in 1995, though action is nothing new for this squadron. On Feb. 1, 1968, the Golden Warriors were established as an attack squadron, the first to fly the A-7B Corsair II. Under the leadership of Cmdr. Tom Dunlop, the squadron was stationed at Naval Air Station Cecil Field, Fla. The squadron flew its first combat missions on March 4, 1969. The Warriors launched from USS TIC ONDEROGA QCVA 145 and struck enemy targets in South Vietnam. In August 1970, the squadron joined Carrier Air Wing SIX and made 12 deployments aboard three carriers, USS FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT QCVA 425, USS AMERICA QCV 661 and USS INDEPENDENCE CCV 621 . Aboard ROOSEVELT in the fall of 1973, the Warriors proceeded to the eastern Mediterranean Sea to protect U. S . interests during the ccYom Kippurj' Arab-Israeli War. The Golden Warriors transitioned to the A-7E Corsair II an aircraft with improved avionics and navigation gear than the A-713. The squadron soon returned to the Middle East following the assassination of the American Ambassador to Lebanon and assisted in the evacuation of U. S . citizens from that strife-ridden nation. 3 3 8 During the Iranian hostage crisis and Israeli-Syrian disputes of 1981, the then-attack squadron deployed to the Indian Ocean and Mediterranean Sea for 195 days. An- other extended deployment to the Mideast was made a year later. On Oct. 25, 1983, the Golden Warriors participated in OPERATION URGENT FURY, which evacuated Ameri can citizens from Grenada. During that same deployment, the squadron participated in strikes against Syrian forces opposing U.N. efforts to stabilize the region. On Oct. 24, 1986, VA-87 beoanie VFA-87, from attack to strike, when they transitioned to the FXA-18A Hornet. The I-Iornet is an all-weather, high-performance, tactical strike fighter aircraft designed to conduct a wide variety of missions from the carrier platform. After a brief stint with Carrier Air Wing ONE aboard TR, they joined Carrier Air Wing EIGHT also with TR and made their first deployment with the new wing aboard the carrier. VFA-87 participated in OPERATION DESERT l STORM from TR, flying 629 sorties over 43 days of intense combat. Later they participated in OPERATION PROVIDE COMFORT. Two deployments aboard TR followed, and they saw heavy action over Bosnia- I-Ierzegovina during OPERATION DELIBERATE FORCE. I l W I A R 1 N 'is' L CDR Aubrey Dennis LCDR M. Haffner LCDR Kevin Keutmann LT Paul Costello DR Charles Crooks LT Brian Dupin LT Geoffrey Gage LT James Goebel LT Robert Harrill LT Zachary Henry LT Thomas Nilsen Donald Nisbett, Jr. LT Klas Ohman LT Eric Schierling LT John Shea LTJ G Paul Yetmar ENS Jeffrey Haire ENS Henry Webb CWO2 Jessie Wagner CW03 Gary Young 1 1 PNICSWJ Robert Best! AEI Marion Boineair AMS1 Michael Clousd AME1 Larry Curtis AZ1 Burnett Dozien I PN1 David Fuller AOICAWJ Donald Grove A01 Jimmy Hill PR1 David Hollingsworth AMS1 Larry Howell A0 CAWJ Donald Lewis A E1 Daniel Mayo, Jr. AE1 Vernon Medley AD1 Ricky Murray AD1 Kevin Ramsdell AT1 Leo Schmittling AMH1Roy Stolle AD Charles Wagner, Jr. A01 illiam Workmeister AEI Daniel Wright l 'K iill ATZQAWJ Joseph Hulsey Ill A02 Felix Jones A02 Thomas Kauffmann AE2 Alfonzo Kelly AMHZCAWJ Ronnie Kiser AME2 Howard Kistler AT2 Edwin Major E2 Bruce McIntosh E2 Dwayne Opdyke A02 Nestor 0rtiz A02 Kevin Paul AMH2 Michael Ray AT2 Calvin Rhode AD2 Gary Richarj AT2 Phil Rossomano AD2 John Sofield A02 Eric Spanninger AME2 David Sutter YN2 Clyde Thomas YN2 Brian Williams l Q' . VM A-31 Marine Fighter Attack Squadron THREE-TWELVE was originally commissioned Marine Fighting Squadron THREE-TWELVE on June 1, 1943, at Parris Island, S .C . The squadron began flight operations with SN.I-4 Texans and soon transitioned to F4U-1D Corsairs. At this time the Checkerboard emblem began to appear on squad- ron aircraft. The squadron7s first assignment was with the Hawaiian Sea Frontier Command. From the decks of USS HOR- NET QCV 12j the squadron carried out its mission of defense of the Hawaiian Islands. On assignment to Marine Aircraft Group ELEVEN on .I une 25, 1944, the Checker- boards prepared for their first combat operations from the recently captured Kadena airstrip in Okinawa. On April 12, 1945, the squadron intercepted 20 ,I apa- nese Zeroes and achieved eight kills without a loss. VMF- 312 continued to operate from Kadena air base and is credited with 59.5 air combat kills in the Pacific Theatre. The squadron began flights in support of the First Marine Division near the Chosin Reservoir. Reassigned in March 1951 to carrier operations, the Checkerboards amassed almost 5,000 accident free hours and 1,920 carrier landings After a short period of ground-based air support operations the squadron again returned to carriers. Aboard USS squadron to shoot down a jet aircraft when Capt. .Iesse Folmar shot down a Korean MiG-15. The squadron had transitioned from Corsairs to the jet- powered F9F Panther and then the F.I-2 and FJ-3 FLHY, During the Cuban Rebellion, the Checkerboards depl0Y6ClY0 Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, from their new home in Beauf0I'U S.C. Upon receipt of their new F8U-1 Corsairs, the Sqllfid' ron was assigned to Carrier Group TWO aboard USS MIDWAY QCVA 411. The squadron was reassigned t0 I Marine Corps Air Station El Torro and redesignated M31'1Ue All Weather Fighting Squadron 312. The squadron re- turned to Southeast Asia in December 1965 where it flew 718 combat missions in support of the I and II Corps out Of Da Nang Air Base. After they returned home, they transitioned to the F-4B Phantom II and were redesignated Marine Fighter A1t3Ck Squadron 312. In July 1987 they transitioned to the FXA- 18 Hornet, an all-weather, high-performance, tactical Sflilke fighter aircraft designed to conduct a wide variety of misS10115 from the carrier platform. Soon after, it joined the CVW-8f TR team. During that teamls 1995 deployment, they loaded over 500,000 lbs. Ol Ordnance. In support of OPERATION DELIBERATE F ORCE, the Checkerboards dropped 26,000 Qbs. of bombs. BATAAN, the Checkerboards became the first piston engine 352 i 5 r 4 V w, w T .1 - A gg fn 4 M , , 1. X gy ,,. 5' 'X fm -x , Nw X ir, ' -9 Q 7 ,ESQ-ix H Y 0 I ,92211iV1:, , ' W' A P - , , A ' 4 - -- -. i f- - A,.1:,sfz M- F7 if-, ' ,QT ' ' A f':1 if? gf. , ,. ' , A 1 4- N -. I fn fy., , 4.1 . iy I. V X 3 W in 1 H5 X w 4 N f 'im 1 I x w lr ns 5 .1 A In I I 1 M " 2 , lm ' x mf-,KrrA-:4"!49A-Mff X pw., 11--.Ml .. . ,Alf ? IME i Since departing NAS Jacksonville, Florida this past March, the men of Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron THREE QHS-31 have been tasked with a myriad of missions. As the name suggests, one of HS-3's primary missions has been hunting submarines. Combined with the capabilities of the SH-6017 Seahawk helicopter, the crews of the "Tridents" have become one of the aircraft carriers best defenses from submarines. For three days an unknown submarine made repeated attempts at getting close to the TR. Each time the "Tridents" intercepted the sub and forced him to turn away. Participating in exercises such as TRIDENT with the Italian Navy and COILED COBRA with the British Royal and Greek Navies the "Tridents" honed their skills and will be ready whenever the need arises. The primary mission of the aircraft carrier is the projec- tion of power ashore. But in an imperferct world not everything goes as planned. This is when the HS-3 "Tridents" will be called upon effect the rescue of a downed pilot in hostile territory. Throughout the deployment the "Tridents" have been the primary CSAR unit for the "TR" air wing. If HS-3 were to launch a CSAR mission they ysgcgild be accompanied by Delta Platoon of U. S . Navy SEAL Team EIGHT. The Trident! SEAL team has proved to be an incredible boost to the capabilities of both groups. HS-3 and the SEAL team have trained for numerous missions besides CSAR. Nighttime insertion Of Special Operation troops, insertion and boarding of merchant vessels and amphibious assault have been some of the missions the two teams have been training to perfect. HS-3 has also been tasked to perform numerous medi- cal evacuations. For this role a "Trident" helicopter became a flying ambulance. One instance was an F-14 returning to the carrier ex-oerienced a malfunction that forced the crew to eject. "Trouble Shooter 611" was on the scene performing the rescue in fifteen minutes. HS-3 worked well with the U. S . Navy Explosive Ordnance Disposal QEODJ Team employment. OHCC during the cruise the carrier encountered a navigati0H9l hazard, a fioating cigarette boat. The EOD team boarded a "Trident" helicopter and set out to destroy the boat. As the helo hovered the EOD swimmer placed the charges and then detonated the boat. Whatever the mission, the HS-3 "Tridents" have p1'0V5H their capability at handling any situation. i a ji W K HS- 1 i Q I . I S9 fl r w 5 5 3' N W N N -, , iffy ,p +1 M l 1 U Q X a l N 1 lf 5? Qi 1 a I i i L LCDR Jerry Boyenga Q i LCDR Steven Dohl LCDR Jay McGovern LCDR Steve Schreiber 3 LCDR Sean Sorensen N l X W , Q v i L l 1 I ' 1 ix LT Kevin Bailey LT Christopher Buckley LT Emerson Johnson LT James Burd LT Mark McManus 368 n iq' ' .41 A. E P U L 1 - ' I 1 A X' 1' . X ,f ns: f 'lk i r i F I s N X F i N 1 is I ' ' 1 'ii1 1 n M li.iL 1 AMH3 Darren Spannuth MS3 Darrell Stokes MS3 William Tatum AT3 Brandon Teate ATB Charles Thompson AT3 Jeffrey Walker A03 Henry West AZ2 Melvin Wroten YN3 David Young ADAN Louie Barnes A AN Jason Bulock N Alfredo Contreras AZAN Jerome Crawford AN Derrick Dabney PNSN Erik Deland AN Eric Gates AMSAN Steven Guinto AOA AN Aristile Guidry DAN Owen Haynes Wayne Hernandez AOAN Matthew Hess AN David Hill ADAN Brian Hope AN Troy Huber AN Patrick Jarrels w l , K frqfvri' Tactical ElectronicWarfare Squadron ONE FOUR ONE QVAQ-141D was established on 1 July 1987 as the twelfth fleet EA-6B squadron at NAS Whidbey Island, WA. Nicknamed the Shadowhawks the command is composed of approximately 200 officers and enlisted personnel. On 1 August 1987, the Shadowhawks were assigned to Carrier Air Wing Eight QCVW-8j and began setting the pace as the electronic warfare arm of the Navyg's newest air wing, embarked in what was then the newest operational nuclear- powered aircraft carrier, USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT QCVN-71j. The Shadowhawks deployed in October 1987 for OVW-8's initial carrier qualification aboard TR, and in December 1988 for TR's maiden cruise to the Mediterranaean Sea. In 1991, the Shadowhawks played an integral part of TR's historic cruise in support of OPERATION DESERT STORM. On 21 January 1991 a VAQ-141 crew launched a I-IARM miussile in support of an over land strike into Iraq, becoming the first TR squadron to deliver ordnance in combat. Med 95 proved no less historic for the Shadowhawks. June 8, 1995 will certainly be a day to remember for the 378 - 141 squadron. Eight aviators who were part of a VAQ-141 detachment at the big air base in Aviano, Italy were woken from their tents at 0300 that morning. They were told to have their EA-6B Prowlers in the air in 60 minutes. It was the call they had anticipated ever since Air Force Captain Scott O'Grady's F-16 had been shot down six days prior. The squadron's aircraft had been split between Aviano and TR to give NATO forces the Prowler's jamming and tracking abilities. As TR wrapped up the last day Of H Corfu port call, the word came that Basher 52 - O'G1'3dY ' had been located. Despite the ship's absence, the combat search and rescue plans would wait no longer. Through all stages of the rescue, the Prowlers played their protective role. The aircraft's ability to enemy radar signalS and shoot a missile that hones in on enemy radar made it riskl' for the Bosnian Serbs to use their surface-to-air missiles YO take out any rescue craft and contributed signiicantly T0 The overall success of the mission. 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The TR!CVW-8 team had the pleasure of augmenting their forces with the addition of VQ-6's "Det Delta" during Med 95. Det Delta first joined the ship and her air wing for the detachment's maiden deployment in the early winter of 1995 for I oint Task Force Exercise 95 UTFEX-955. Departing for the Mediterranean Sea in March of 1995, Det Delta quickly rose to the challenge of integrating into the THEODORE ROOSEVELT and Carrier Air Wing EIGHT team. 392 Throughout the cruise, Det Delta honed their airborne and flight deck skills. Their aircraft, the ES-3A filled the long gap in organic electronic intelligence to CVW-8 left by the EA-3B skywarrior, affectionately known as "the whale", since its last cruise in 1987. Det Delta supported many operations and exercises during Med 95 including: OPERATIONS DENY FLIGHT, SOUTHERN WATCH and DELIBERATE FORCE, and EXERCISES TRIDENT E and COILED COBRA. Though only a two aircraft detachment,Det Delta flew over 1100 hours, exceeding most squadron averages. 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While attached to the USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT QCVN 715, DET IH of Fleet Logistics Support Squadron FORTY QVRC-405 set out from the beginning of Work-ups to fully support the ship, her air Wing and battle group under the auspices of COMCAR- GRU EIGHT. Since that time, DET IH has broken 400 every record previously held by other VRC-40 detach- rnents in regard to total hours flown, total sorties flown, distance traveled and passengers and cargo moved. 4 Although not stationed aboard the ship, except briefly while in the Red Sea, DET III made its' presence felt from the shore in places like Manama, Bahrain, Souda Bay, Crete and Sigonella, Italy by moving distinguished visitors, passengers, mail and cargo in the safest and most professional manner. The Ravvhides of VRC-40 DET IH never let up and as a result made Med Cruise 95 with USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT QCVN 715 one for the record books. s. W VRC-40 0 LT Drew Basden LT Trevor Hunley LT Carl Reed LT Christopher Rossing LTJ G Jeff Locke AMS1 Randall Carter AMS1 Michael Johnson 402 N , ff"f' 4 E L E P 1 I r i N I -L fl K N Y N - V A J A A .ig ll.. 1 TR spent its second Thanksgiving in three years in the Caribbean when it made a port call to St. Maarten in November 1994. Unlike St. Thomas, the Virgin Island TR visited in 1992, St. Maarten is governed by two na- tions. The island is divided into French and Dutch halves and TR Sailors and Marines enjoyed soaking up as much of the two vastly different cultures as possible during their stay. 7 When they werenlt touring, crewmembers soaked up sun on the islandls white-sand beaches, swam in turquoise waters and rested in cafes. The islandls famed casinos also drew some of the carrierns more adventurous crewmen who were ready to try their luck at the tables or machines. 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' 4 I I l gusz .ljldlliltf 14 04 uf 1995 ,iw Vymnwwy Early on the morning of 14 April 1995, TR began its transit through the Suez Canal. Planning for the transit had started in early March, according to TR's Navigator, Cmdr. Gary Carter. The canal is 105 miles in a more or less straight line through the Egypt- ian desert, but only 600 feet wide. The canal's narrowness dictates one-way convoys for most of its length, and "it's a major effort just to get in here," said Cmdr. Carter. The key to safe navigation in the canal are the Egyptian pilots. 1-1. Ragul, a pilot for 30 years, said conning through the canal is "nothing for us." The only difference between TR and a big tanker is "the bridge is on the right." The canal used to be the front line when Egypt and Israel were at war. The Assistant Navigator, Lt. Gregory Glaros, noticed that the wrecked tanks and guns on both sides of the canal are gone. Gone too are the buildings riddled with holes left from mortar fire, in their place are more people and more greenery. During the transit, most of the crew enjoyed a day off. The flight deck was buzzing with activities rang- ing from the outdoor version of TR's famous Rough Rider grill, to a VAW-124 sponsored "Teddy Bear Fun Run". There was a talent contest followed by an impromptu blues jam. Crew members played games of volley ball or frisbeeg while others simply relaxed and took advantage of the time off. A40 1-,W .W wa ' 1 at n,4 MQ ..,,.f fr' T JH '34 ' ,m1k ww' - A , V "HE 'IJ ' 9' , 1, 't 4 19 4 Q Z ,-1' ,,. .4 v, 1 gif A '34, Q1 ' VV N ,and J - ' 1 5 vfQQaf5gj ,, ,ref ,' W ' vii ez,:22:,ssegg5f,E?f215'aff- ' 1' qfmfl-sgifi ,wbhw ,, an . iw i 'H M I I "4 Jg, .iw 5, ' 'ffm 4 al' ti A , s A r 4 af ,- MW, ,. S 11 I' W 'f-V. ' I X X' - V, - . - ' 4 - , , k K Y V , I l I l J 446 TRCS first trip to Greece in 1995 brought the carrier to Corfu, where beaches, shopping and food occupied Sailors and Marines ready for some hard- earned liberty. Slightly less atouristyw than Rhodes, Corfu afforded crewmen an opportunity to see ancient Greek communities once they traveled away from the central city. Several Rec Services tours allowed crewmembers to visit nearby islands and vacation hot spots in addition to Corfucs fine markets and recreational centers. TR also proved to be quite an attrac- tion for the Corfu locals. Hundreds of Corfu natives and tourists traveled to the ship with Sailors and Marines theycd befriended on the beach, learning about the U.S. Navy and seeing crewmen in their environment. U , I 49 L 1 4 5 4 l I u n V I 1 - -,J s lil If J... I ' III Y X X, 1 X , M1 ' , X 4 F Q 'B m"""'M"'i4153f11"'i"i'?'if5'!'!4hnmnunwu.' ' V , , M ' ' " ' ,T'T'P-W-ffewfwvwmwmwaw-ww-mwwwmmaawww,..cMQw,..,...X,www.M,,m--f,W -wwf x- M: ,.,,,...... A 1' ,. V EwQ1f'1f7--w-xmmfpfvi-mms..uwawa.fA,x.uwMy-.wM,.fy .2 Y uf 4' ' ' 'W ,, -T-... W' +1 L ,J Z , L L! 1 , .....,.....-...nv--v ..,.,,..... W-...fa-... ...f-Y--.4 - 1 -'--- - TR didnnt just come to Rhodes, the island came to TR. During the carriergs five-day port call to the Greek island in early July, the ship was populated by visiting islanders and European tourists glimpsing an American carrier. This marked the second consecutive port fafter Corfuj that the ship opened its hatches to the Greek public and the tourists that share their island. Among the normal onslaught of visitors on July 3 was Americans favorite talk show host, Oprah Winfrey. Winfrey was vacationing through the Mediterranean on a 195-foot yacht, when she spied TR as she entered Rhodes7s harbor and decided she wanted a tour. TR Executive Officer Capt. Steven F. Firks was happy to oblige and, months later, Winfrey mentioned the visit on her show. On the island, TR Sailors and Marines enjoyed the scenic beaches and area towns which offered a quiet alternative to the fast-paced night life of Rhodes City. 452 1- Jwlm BNHS Q5-?' 5 if f f , A , 3 if? if " - f---...fa-"" 1-Lgfqrgq' -1 f,-7 1: AfV '- f 'X "w'v-'Mi-6 kiinfg.-,::-11, ' Maxfli 'sm -" -' .Lui " .Q -f wgviza , Q i1ffQffK3'f'1 5 WM "m is ,1 f ' .qi-Q 1 ' F TR made a port call to Trieste, Italy, in late July. Though the city was stocked with amazing architecture, food and culture, Trieste was just the icebergjs tip for many TR Sailors and Marines. Crewmembers spent their liberty traveling Italy and beyond venturing to nearby cities like Venice and Piza in Italy and Salzburg, Austria. With a great local train system and an even better network of Rec Services tours to chose from, TR Sailors and Marines found that travel was the key to enjoying liberty here. Not that there wasnvt any fun to be had in town. Several sporting events pitted TR and local teams, and few Sailors or Marines left town without a taste of freshly-prepared Italian food and drink. 458 7 ,1. - y 2 , 1 A 4' 5 2 ,, :fra xv' far-w .i ' A 7,21 V, A V, A' s Ms il Q 4 i, MW g is 5 1 " ' se Z 1 I I z- 1' 1 4 W x Q , W if . Q I , l . iv -14X',, M ,,:: 'Y. 1 1. I , A ,1 YY W, if , fc. X,,X,-4 ,, ,N fm f X f - 3gi,M.X,ff f W. , X W 4,9 XX X H - XXXISFX XX, X E . Xg XX S. XXX - 1mV XXX XXX , X Xp,-X-XX Q X -XX -XX S XX x 2X - X QXSM X5 XX QQ: iv X , f.'w,ijx VE iismg, Vg : -Q , 5-+ -----L -mxzwa A I , ff - Wi 'Zag-3Hf'.gi... Iwmvfvr '-f"1w2f"WP 'X Q 5'C-'ium- f-iw 'MJ ' 3- , V' , , ,K f x V vu 5 - wg- ' ,1 ' g, Ar' , " ,611 , 'HQ 3 , . .y 1' - 1 . . 8 1 I fr I - f N -mwwt 'H in ' Aw' 4- 2 "if: Q , W ' fs! X4 , in , W5 ' WM ,M"""A fi A4 . gh., Y We 'f A ' wma, -11 W5 I 5 M43-M X ,N qw ., f - V . ,-, ,ff Q, ,Z , if 3'-in ,, V AA! M 1 ' xff 5 5'if'S5fi?QIAff3:f?75 HM! " Q' X A , , 1, Q' NM. V MJ AA. 4 M . 1 '1 if 3 'f ' , ,V Q77 mmm, a I Yi 3 ix l l l l .1 l 1 lx, 1 l cl i ll ,I it , , . ,V -H4 M4 ,, al' lf .L 11 li il lil l K ll ESQ l, L! 1 gm ilu ' ,hill L11 ll ill ,W iii ll ix .., .W ll: 4, I l . A fill ll A ll actually hit due to overcast conditions, CVW-8's aircraft pretty significant factor but we got everything done that X were having more success finding their targets. we needed to do. 37 Clouds proved more of a defense for the Bosnian Serbs That included some instances of good shooting. than their own air defenses. The precision ordnance CVW-8 Commamnder, Capt. Gary J ack described one employed by CVW-8 relied on laser targeting of the instance in which a guided bomb was fired at a small I targets. According to one Hornet pilot from the Valions target, comparing the strike to Mputting a 2,000 lb. bomb of VFA-15 who flew several DELIBERATE FORCE into the bed of a pickup truckfl And the bomb found its missions, CCThe laser is an optical target, and if you can't mark, he said, Ccdirect hit. 77 see the target you can't bomb it. W Hoping for a diplomatic settlement of the conflict after But for some of the early strikes, CVW-8 managed to days of strikes, the U.N. and NATO halted strikes from find friendlier skies than their Air Force and international counterparts. MEverbody else was having trouble getting in and hittingf, said Lt.Cmdr Steve Rabogliatti, a member of CVW-8's planning staff. ccweather was a 145.8 Sept. 1 to Sept.5. CVW-8 still flew over Bosnia, but no bombs were dropped. During the pause, CVW-8 continued combat air patrols and monitored fcontfr , H li Wi J 51 45 lfi H ik H 31 W ,x 'Ni 'i 51, 'i N 'E 1 I 1 s Y w N l x EAWS UAl.lP'I ERS ABF1 QAWJ Kenneth Alvarado ABF2 Stevie N. Anglin AT3 Victor L. Aponte ABF3 William R. Baker A03 James W. Beasley A01 George C. Bechtold MMC QAWXSWD Tommy E. Bell SKC CAWISWJ Jody S. Boyle AT2 Franz W Braatz EMC QAWXSWJ Robert Ii. Brown AT2 John J. Bucci ETC CAWXSWJ Carl P. Bush HMC QAWXSWQ William Castillo AMS1 CAWD James M. Collins AE3 Matthew J. Cooper ETC QAWXSWD Franklin W. Dalmida MMCM CAWXSWJ Ireneo G. Datoc PH2 George A. DelMoral AE1 Angelo N. Diaz ABE2 CAWJ Carlos M. DeJesus AZ3 Seth W. Felty YN2 CAWXSWJ Michael A. Fennell A03 Darron 0. Finley 0S2 QAWXSWJ Anthony D. Ford AMS1 Thomas S. Frank AE3 Jon L. Frederick ET2 QAWXSWJ Kevin M. Goodrich A01 Jeffery L. Hall AD2 Gary W. Hargrove AE1 QAWJ John R. Hatfield ABE1 Marcus J. Hatton AG1 Darren L. Hawk AW2 QAWJ Kevin M. Hill AIC3 King E. Johnson 472 A03 Terrence L. Jones ABFAN James W Kennedy AW2 Chris D. Langley A02 Matthew R. Mader ET1 CAWXSWJ Timothy D. Malak 0S1 CAWXSWD Gilbert L. Martin AT3 Richard Martinez GYSGT Jay B. Melton AT2 Edward E. Mikos ET1 CAWXSWD Chris C. Morley AZ1 Timothy A. Nunn A01 David E. 0"Brien ATC John W. 0wens 0SC QAWXSWD David L. Pickering 0S1 CAWXSWJ Brinkley Quinnie ABE2 QAWJ John J. Reid AZ2 William D. Rosa FC2 QAWXSWJ Chad E. Saner ET1 CAWXSWJ John D. Sargent AOC Michael E. Scott AE3 CAWJ Scott D. Seyrnour QM1 QAWXSWJ Thomas C. Steiner AE2 Timothy Suddreth AT3 Robert P. Thayer IM1 CAWXSWJ Iieith D. Turner ETC QAWXSWJ David Villemuer AOAN Robert J. Volk BTC QAWXSWJ Francis J. Walser AD2 QAWJ Charles W. Warren EMCS CAWXSWJ Terry K. White DPC CAWXSWJ Christopher L. Witzen l 5 i i E 15 E ate x 2 ff IQ' 5 E l Q 0 Arrivals I 1 F 1 1 1 1 1 z 1 ' 1 4 1 ' ' Y ' v 1 1 1 S ' w QDR1 Jay sg Dudley? 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Rear Adm11 al Fallon was born 1n Mercantrle New Jersey and graduated from Vrllanova Unrversrty He recerx ed 1115 Commls sron as a Nax al Offrcer throu h the NROTC program and was desrgnated as a Naval Flrght Offrcer rn December 1967 H be an flvrng the RA 5C V1 alante wrth a combat deployment to Vretnam rn 1969 embarked rn USS RANGER QCV 61j Other sea servrce assrgnments rnclude Commandmg Offrcer of Attack Squadron SIXTY FIVE embarked USS DWIGHT D EISENHOWER QCVN 691 Deputy Arr Wrng Commander IH USS NIMITZ QCVN 631 and Carrrer Arr Wrng EIGHT He commanded Medrum Attack Wrng ONE at NAS Oceana and Carrrer A1r Wrng EIGHT durrng combat deployment to the Arabran Gulf for Operatron DESERT STORM rn 1991 Shore assr nments rnclude Arde and Fla Lreutenant to the Commander Fleet A1r J acksonvrlle and to the staffs of Commander Reconnarssance Attack ONE Commander Operatronal Test Force and Commander Naval A1r Force U S Atlantrc Fleet He has served as Deputy J 3 J ornt Task Force Southwest A813 rn Rryadh Saud1 Arabra and as Deputy D1rector Av1at1on Plans and Requrrements Branch on the Staff of the Chref of Naval Opertrons Rear Admrr al Fallon lb a graduate of the Naval War College Newport Rhode Island and the Nat1onal War College holds a Master of Arts Degree rn Internatronal Studres from Old Domrnron Unrversrty Hrs selectron to the rank of Rear Adm1ral was announced rn January 1993 and hrs hrst Flag Offrcer assrgmnent was as Assrstant Chref of Staff Plans and Polrcy for Supreme Allred Commander Atlantrc Rear Adm1ral Fallon assumed dutres as Commander Carrrer Group EIGHT June 27 1995 Rear AdH11I3I Fallons awards rnclude Defense Superror Servrce Medal Legron of Merrt second awardj Bronze Star M6f1fOf1- ous Serx 1ce Medal fthrrd awar dj A1r Medal two 1nd1v1dual awards and srx strrkefflrght awardsj Navy Commendatron Medal fsecond award and varrous unrt and campargn decoratrons He has logged more than 1 300 carrrer arrested landrngs and 4 800 fhght hours rn tactrcal arrcraft Rear Adm1ral Fallon 1S marrred to the former Mary Elrzabeth Trapp of Scarsdale New York They have four chrldren Susan 11v1ng rn Arlrgton Vrrgrnra Barbara a graduate smdent at the College of Wdlram and Mary Wlulam a cadet at Vrrgmra Mrlrtary Instrtute and Chrrstrna resrdrng at home 1n V1rg1n1a Beach Vrrgrnra 1 I i l 1 I 3 , . I 1. -Q I 1 I . . ' ' ' . . . 9 , ' 7 , I - . . y .w - D- - ' ' " ' D . C Q- o' - o' ' ' ' 5 , C . ., li , sa. - I H. , I . ' ' 7 ' ' ' a 4 u 7 . Ngo . . O. . . . , , O D 7 9 9 9 9 - - - " 9 9 9 c . ' 9 9 9 9 9 ' 9 9 9 9 9 7 A ' 9 Q 7 9 - - 9 9 1 n 1 ' ' . 7 ' 9 7 I 9 9 9 7 7 7 9 l Captain Ronald L. Christenson was born in Flint, Michigan and graduated from the U. S. Naval Academy in 1969 and entered the California Institute of Technology at Pasadena, California as a graduate student. He attended flight training and was designated a Naval Aviator in 1971. Captain Christenson then reported to Helicopter Antisubmarine Squadron One at Quonset Point, Rhode Island for H-3 Fleet Readiness Training and was assigned to Helicopter Antisubmarine Squadron 15 onboard USS GUAM CLPH 95. He then reported to Air Test and Evaluation Squadron One at Paxtuxent River, Maryland in 1975. From June 1977 until September 1979 he participated in the Personnel Exchange Program with the United Kingdom. he was as- signed as a Sea King pilot to 802 and 706 Naval Air Squadrons, Royal Naval Air Station, Culdrose, United Kingdom. He then reported to the Naval War College Newport, Rhode Island as a student in the Command and Staff course. In 1981 he joined Helicopter Antisubmarine Squadron Five aboard USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER CCVN 695, serving as Administrative Officer and Maintenance Officer. Later he reported to Helicopter Antisubmarine Squadron Seven as Executive Officer and subsequently assumed command while the squadron was embarked on USS JOHN F. KENNEDY CCVN 675 from August 1983 to August 1986. In 1986 Captain Christenson reported to the Naval Military Personnel Command as Aviation Enlisted Assignment Officer. In 1988 he entered the Naval Nuclear Power Program. Captain Christenson served as the Executive Officer of USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT CCVN 715 from June 1990 to December 1991. He then went on to command the USS DUBUQUE CLPD 85 in Sasebo, Japan from July 1992 until April 1994. He became the fifth Commanding Officer of USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT CCVN 715 on July 8, 1994. Captain Christenson is married to the former Sharon Lee McIntyre of Clarksburg, West Virginia. They have two sons, Scott and Martin. :S 7 Y. tg 5 will N 1 V Vx, tr' Captain Gary M. Jack was born and raised in Boise, Idaho and graduated from the College of Idaho in 1972. He entered the Navy in 1972 and, after completion of flight training in July of 1973, was designated a Naval Flight Officer. His early career includes duty with Fighter Squadron 101 CF4 Phantom Trainingj, Fighter Squadron 102, Fighter Squadron 101 CDet Alphaj in Key West, Florida and Fighter Squadron 74. After transitioning from the F 4 Phantom to the F 14 Tomcat, Captain Jack was ordered to VF-101 as an instructor from 1981 to 1983. In October 1983, he reported to VF-14 Where he served as Administrative, Maintenance and Operations Officer. He served as Executive Officer for Fighter Squadron 143 from December 1987 subsequently taking command in July 1989 until December 1990. During his command tour, VF-143 participated in Opration DESERT SHIELD while deployed aboard USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER. I Staff assignments include the office of the Chief of Naval Operations in Washington D. C., Deputy Commander, Carrier Air Wing EIGHT and in June 1994 assumed command. He has eleven major deployments and his decorations include the Meritorious Service Medal Cthird awardj, Navy Conmmendation Medal Cthird awardj, Navy Achievement Medal fthird awardl and various service cam ai n P 8 and unit awards. Captain Jack is married to the former Margaret M. Devita of Atlanta, Georgia. They reside in Virginia Beach, Virginia with their daughter Allison. 21 Captain Joseph J. Capalbo graduated from Worcester State College and was commisioned in January 1976. He completed flight training at NAS Meridian in April 1977. His early career includes assignments with VF-121, VX-4, VFA-125, VFA-131 and VFA-106. Staff assignments include Bureau of Naval Personnel as VAXVFA Air Combat Placement Officer and Assistant Aviation Cap- tain Detailer. Following a brief refresher training with VEA-106, he reported to Carrier Air Wing EIGHT Staff as the Air Wing Strike Operations Officer in support of Operation DESERT STORM. In March 1991, he reported as Executive Officer VFA-15, subsequently assuming command in June 1992. In January 1994, Captain Capalbo assunied command of the West Coast Fleet Readiness Squadron, VEA-125, and commanded until assuming his current position as Deputy Commander, Carrier Air Wing EIGHT in August 19944. During his career Captain Capalbo has received the Meritorious Service Medal fsecond awardj, Strike FlightfAir Medal with Combat l'Vl', Navy Commendation Medal ffourth awardj With Combat "VH, Navy Achievement Medal fthird awardj and numerous campaign and unit awards. Captain Capalbo is married to the former Ms. Susan Tauras of Worcester, Massachusetts. They have two children, Joe and Teresa. i l 1 l . LJ Captain Rutherford is originally from Vandalia, Missouri and graduated from the University of Missouri in 1971. He attended the Aviation Officer Candidate School in Pensacola, FL. then completed flight training in Kingsville, TX. Where he received his wings in June 1973. Captain Rutherford reported for duty with Fleet Composite Squadron SEVEN at NAS Miramar, CA. flying the A-4 Skyhawk. His other tours of duty include replacement pilot training in the F-4 Phantom with VF-121. He then reported to the VF-111 l'SunDoWners' deploying on USS FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT QCV 42j to the Mediterranean Sea. After deployment he transitioned to the F-14 Tomcat and deployed to the Western Pacific with the USS KITTY HAWK QCV 631. He then joined the VF- 101 "Griin Reapers" as an F-14 instructor pilot. During his tour he served as the Mencs Phase Leader and was selected as the East Coast Pilot of the Year in 1983. He detached in August 1983 and reported to the VF-102 "Diamond Backs". There he served as the Operations and Maintenance Officer and deployed on the USS AMERICA QCV 661 and participated in the Libyan air strikes. He assumed duties as the VF-142 "Ghost Riders" Executive Officer in June 1987, Where he deployed with USS EISENHOWER QCVN 69j, and assumed command in 1986. After command he sewed as the Air Operations Officer for COMCARGRU EIGHT Battle Group Staff on USS THE- ODORE ROOSEVELT QCVN 715 and deployed to the Persian Gulf for Operations DESERTSTORM and DESERT SHIELD. He attended Nuclear Power Training School and reported to USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT QCVN 715 as Executive officer in May 1983. Captain Rutherford has accumulated over 4,300 flight hours and 900 carrier landings. His decorations include the Meritorious Service Medal fthird awardj, the Navy Commendation Medal fthird awardj, and several unit decorations. He is married to the former Marsha Thompson of Birmingham, Al. They reside in Virginia Beach, VA. with their three children Van, Will and Sarah. i V haf.-'iln.,f 27 Captain Firks was born in Crawfordsville, Indiana and raised in Orlando, Florida and St. Louis, Missouri. He from the U. S . Naval Academy in 1974. In December 1974 he began flight training and was designated a Naval Aviator in 1976. Captain Firks reported to Attack Squadron ONE TWO TWO for Fleet Readiness Training in the A-7E Corsair II aircraft. In February 1977 he reported aboard Attack Squadron ONE FOUR SIX, his first fleet tour, onboard USS CON STELLATION QCV 64j. He served as Training Landing Signal Officer QLSOJ for Training Squadron SEVEN in Meridian, Mississippi. He was then assigned to Commander, Carrier Air Wing TWO as Staff LSO aboard USS RANGER QCV 611 and USS KITTY HAWK QCV 635. Captain F irks attended the U. S. Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California where he earned a Master of Science Degree in Aeronautical Engineering. He was then assigned to the USS CARL VINS ON QCVN 705 where he served as Administrative, Maintenance and Operations Officer for Atack Squadron NINE SEVEN. Following a one year tour with Strike Fighter Squadron ONE TWO SEVEN in Fallon, Nevada as an Adversaiy Pilot flying the FSE and A4F, he transitioned to the FA-18 Hornet and reported aboard Strike Fighter Squadron ONE NINE FIVE in Atsugi, Japan as Executive Officer and subsequently as Commanding Officer. Captain Firks flew thirty two missions in support of Operation DESERT STORM from USS MIDWAY QCV 411. After completion of Nuclear Power training, Captain Firks reported aboard USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT QCVN 71D as Executive Officer in April 1995. Captain Firks is married to the former Susan Claire Taylor of Florissant, Missouri. They have a daughter, Catherine and a two sons, Jeffrey and Timothy. 29 , W f v-,ar " .wx M,-.................... , e i v v USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT QCVN 715 Command Master Chief AZCMQAWJ Keith A. Buttolph Master Chief Buttolph was horn in Lake City, Iowa and entered the Navy in January 1970. After fininshing Boot Camp at San Diego, California he reported to Naval Air Technical Training Center, NAS Memphis for AZ "A" School. His first assignment took him to NAS Chase Field, Beeville, Texas assigned to the Operations Maintenance Department. Other assignments include Fleet Air Reconnaissance Squadron TWO Rota Spain, NATTC Memphis attending Data Analysist "C" School and Patrol Squadron Five Jacksonville, Florida where he applied for and was accepted to attend the Personal Exchange Program. He reported to Royal Netherlands Naval Air Station Valkenburg in Leiden, The Netherlands. From there he was assigned to Fleet Aviation Specialized Training Group Atlantic, Detachment Oceana, COMNAVAIRLANT, NAS Norfolk, USS AMERICA QCV 667, Naval Safety Center NAS Norfolk then reporting to the USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT QCVN 71 J in Feruary 1993. His personal awards include Enlisted Aviation Warfare Specialist wings, Navy Commendation Medal tsecond Awardj and numerous other awards he has earned in his career. Master Chief Buttolph is married to the former ,losefa Lopez Melendex and they have two sons Mark and Brian. 31 Carrier Air Wing EIGHT Command Master Chief AFCMQAW5 Calvin L. Lawrence Master Chief Lawrence was born in Edington, North Carolina and entered the Navy in February 1970. His first assignment was with Training Squadron One CVT-15 in Pensacola, Florida. During his career he has served with RECONTRON ONE CRVAH-15 embarked USS SARATOGA CCV 605 and USS AMERICA CCV 665, Fleet Logistics Support Squadron FORTY CVRC 405, HELIMINERON TWELVE CHM 125 for training and subsequently reporting to HM 16 as the Maintenance Chief Petty Officer. He was later transferred back to VRC 40 as the Division Chief and Maintenance Contrrol Chief. In June 1985 he joined the Command Master Chief program and served his first tour with VAW 126 and was later transferred to Helicopter Mine Squadron FOURTEEN CHM 145. In June 1994 he reported as Command Master Chief at NAS Norfolk until August 1994 when he assumed his current position. Master Chief Lawrence holds the Enlisted Aviation Warfare Specialist Wings, Navy Commendation Medal Csecond award5, Navy Achievement Medal fthird award5, Combat Action Ribbon and numerous other awards he has earned in his career. He resides in Virginia Beach, VA with his wife Edna and their two sons Calvin JR.. and Adrian. 33 Lieutenant Commander Brent D. Oldland TRls Administrative Department keeps the Navyls top carrier secure, informed and entertained. Adminns personnelmen keep track of each TB Sailor and Marinels records, and its yeomen are the personal administrative assistants to the Commanding and Executive Officers. Two Navy lawyers and a handful of legalmen are the shipls law office at sea and ashore. A crew of lithographers literally runs a fully functional print shop, printing all TB documents, manuals and a daily newspaper That paper, The Bough Rider, and a nightly newscast are among the many products of the shipls Thomas Jefferson Award- winning Public Affairs Office, whose journalists also run television programming 24 hours a day. Bec Services sets up tours and shipboard events for the crew - including Big Bucks Bingo, the hottest show on TBTV In addition, Adminis Educational Services Office and Career Counselors keep crewmembers aware of educational opportunities, and TBis masters at arms keep the ship secure. 35 ,.. I' 4 J li if VS 'B J 4 ,-ni! 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To meet around-the-clock inport and at sea operational require- ments, most of Communications works a 12 hour "port'i or Wstar- hoardw daily shift to keep TR's ears open 24 hours a day. Capabilities include class WEN telegram service, the Message Text Format QMTFJ editor and various higlily-advanced Naxy and ciyil- ian inessage systems. The departments radioinen also operate voice and teletype circuits that use Various transmission media. These include high frequency and ultra high frequency satellite spectrinns. Connnunications also supplies the ship with telephone coniniunicatioiis through systems such as the International lVIaritinie Satellite system and the Plain Old Telephone system. Coniinunif-ations assets also support yarious warfare needs. Q9 4, gx X mfs.:- 11...,,,m .mx f K we I I X ll!! DIE IHI ,m'X'-,Wx X W X, X 1 wax X xx,, Mx 'Fx ' muy. Nix , 'X MV -f.: an W w vs fm-? Q' rs- W W 1 sm Vw' NN M. Ml L ,I a E Lieutenant Commander Michael J . Cavano When it comes to hard Work, Deck Departmentls three divisions Wrote the book. Deck is populated by Boatsvvainvs Mates, the oldest rate in the U.S. Navy. These men do today what they did long before ships were iron and steel and turreted with rockets and missiles, They stand the watch on all surface ships. They steer the shipls wheel, stand lookout, provide the muscle behind the machines during un- derway and connective replenishments and keep alive the time- honored tradition as Boatsvvainls Mate of the Wfatch. First Division cares for and preserves the shipis forecastle, drop- ping the anchor for port calls and exercises. Despite such rigorous operations, the forecastle is always the shoxwplace of TR. Second Division maintains and operates TR's replenishment stations and keep the quaiierdeck in tip-top shape. 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TR9s quartermasters plotted the quickest route to the Adriatic Sea when the call came from NATO to commence with OPERA- TION DELIBERATE FORCE. They also helped the ship steer clear of a menacing Hurricane Marylin on the trip hack across the Atlantic and still get home on the planned date. But their job Wasnlt just picking a direction. When Navigation planned a course they also avoided area surface contacts and at-sea hazards. The signalmen kept an open eye out on the Signal Bridge for all sorts of surface contacts, both friend and foe. Their data and watcliiful presence help TR keep charging ahead. On a very successful deployinent for the TR team, Navigation always set the right course. 153 1 fi 5 l ala 1 Toth mer, Sr. Fl -k '4 ,, W, ni, ' , nfikyg, .l, ,'3,4" 1 .' I' -hui gtrrf . t, ..-uv ...-1 fm Tn: .197 1,1 u ,J-an ,H P--514 flfvffitffg i f .,,, 'V urn: 9 lv Kfsfux , V ,IW . rig, 4 f wi .vi 'vu ' 1111151 :ua an g .4 num' ',.f,,, rr 3 Hn uf' , kv ff at ,L .,':,'.,,: 'I cqrn- :xv . 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Moody More than 400 officers and enlisted men make up TR7s Reactor Departinent. Their dedicated efforts and special skills are the cornerstones of the safe and efficient operation of TRls twin propulsion plants. Intimatelv involved in the day-to-day conduct of carrier operations, Reactor provides the power to drive TR through the water at speeds in excess of 30 knots. Reactor Sailors are qualified watchstanders and technical experts. Their work provides the lifeblood of the modern warship. The plants provide main steam for the shipls main engines, and produce power for electrical power generation, service steam for heating, cooking and potable water. In addition, the steam produced in the propulsion plants powers TRUs four catapults. From experts in harnessing the power of a nuclear reactor, to maintenance men and the administrative Sailors who care for the departmentls many personnel needs, 183 L , H eactor RC 0 LT Keith Green LT Robert Ridgeway ENS Ray Wetmore ETCSCSWJ Joseph Lane ETC Michael Forster ETC Gregory Nelson ETC David Spain ET1 Joseph Broome ET1 Jason Dygert ETIQSWJ Scott McCann ETICSWJ Christopher Morley ETICSWJ Mark Pawlak ETICSWJ John Sargent ET1 Robert Thomas ET2 Robert Bartlett 5 , - - -, ,, MH-,,,v,, 5 ,fQa'flgm'iN UT 1: ' E5ff1fQ'5:'!' .-,.J.a,Q1',,,1' T ' J '-T5 RFU" , , ,-,YJ wx-g?j1QLgU 4-mf, , , ,ffQlQf,3X U-.- . mx'--.JI mai an U Hr filih' 55+-2 N f'7ixT.ih:,i ' f56':5U5- f , ' 55g1?lf322??i . T352 62 :5 :gh f f A ., ga?-A iw-Q 5 7 V is ?f,1.d'i-uf: T '. ' 'Y -',w- ' , 3 .if " f' 'le VT '?fW1i i 3:4 4 mfr , 4 5 9439: - 'S J A . 1 -1 fa? .. 'H ', J e , A 4 E-sr "A f wr ,Y . f. 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J 1 i l eactor O I LCDR William Paavola N LT Timothy Couture LTJ G Christopher Durkee LTJ G Scott Kapus ENS Mark Suchsland MMCSCSWJ Jeffrey Detloff MMCS Mitchell Oliver MMC Alan Brown MMC William McVay MM1 Ralph Bowan MM1 Keith Bryan H MM1 Douglas Clapp a MM1 Matthew Hickman MMIQSWJ Michael Hinkley MM1 David Hoffman 197 lhgb ? - . w K 1 i l EM3 Thomas Duune MM3 Spencer Kivet MM3 William Mason EM3 Fred Pacifico ET3 Jason Peirce IM3 Robert Rahmer ET3 George Schmidt MM3 Michael Visconti ET3 Patrick Walker EM3 Matthew Walker EM3 Sean Ward ET3 Curtis Wolbert N ! V 1 A 1 I r 1 I L,.Y F eactor RQA 0 .-VS, e'-'-'tp 1 V I K EMC Robert Brown MM1 Michael Stuart MM1 Robert Simms 209 Nike X X Lieutenant Commander John S . Seals From maintaining electronic satellite receptors on the mast to checking the periodicity of fire fighting gear to recalilarating sensitive propulsion plant gear, this department makes sure the job gets done. The Shipls Maintenance Manager Departinent QSMMJ is one of the smallest departments on TR, but its three officer and 21 enlisted personnel With 11 different ratings are the nerve center for all maintenance-related happenings aboard the carrier. The three elements of SMM fMaintenance Support Center, the Shipls Quality Assurance and the Maintenance Material Manager or 3Mj monitor all elements of command maintenance. The office also handles the carrierls Coordinated Shiphoard Allowance List, Shipls Alteration Requests and other programs designed to help TR meet its maintenance needs. SMM trains and qualifies most of TRVS Quality Control Inspec- tors. The office mans and runs the most extensive and reliable Preventive and Corrective Maintenance Program in the Fleet. SMM also controls a thorough, intensive Maintenance Spot Check program, a tool which helps ensure that maintenance is performed properly throughout the ship. 211 SMM iff? ' fi 5 Eff-ffigif 4 , l l f ggjf lgffjlQ'l5 eflffly 7 f f?1 3 F3MCSfSYVJAbelZ1Hi0 E - 2 : l lg 9 I 4 l fore Thomas Massaio 5SK1l Carlton Allen QEN1 Mark miner EMTICSWJ Loren Hafm 1 1 Y 5 , , , t ! 1 w 6 X lABF1 Juse Marty l A01 Patrick Salter l NN2 Michael Fennell A 011 lvfmm, Commander Wfilliam A. Barnes Picture TR without food, clean clothing or logistics parts of any kind and you have a good idea of a TR without the Supply Department. Supplyls 12 divisions keep the goods flowing through TR, providing logistical support and services to the crew. Supply Sailors and Marines man the shipls galleys, messes and wardrooms. They provide meals for TRls crewmembers throughout the day, and service and clean all of the gear needed to run a major feeding operation. They even stock a full salad bar, pass out cones at the ice cream window and run the famous TR Chili Bar. Supply also operates two shipls stores, several harhershops and a laundry service for the entire crew. Supplyls disbursing clerks take care of TR7s banking and paycheck needs, carrying several million dollars when the ship is deployed. This customer service extends to the logistics needs of the ship. The department ships, orders and receives hundreds of thousands of items in the supply system, and stores many of the parts and goods itself, from food, to parts, to cleaning gear and office supplies. 215 Ls, I L 6 xx I I "nf 'Q J-QW 1:15 gil ?? mga' 2 , ,:.9g,,4, ,, E, ,Q f I j 'I I f f, ,f V, 3 , is .. , , nw. 29 i?Lf'f' a f' aff'- , '-'vu-f,r Q ,,, .,,v'w, ' nf, vw, ff 1 f f 'li L .e. V I , f 1 1 A , - s Q54 sg. ,, 1 4 I! 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Q DC2 Dewayne Stockard DK3 William Mullins DK3 Derek Penn DKSN Stephen Lauer DKSN Jeffrey Simpson DKSN Demetures James DKSN Aaron McCrea DKSN Chris Jackson MS2 Timothy Agresta MS2 Phillip Alexander MS2 David Beal, Jr. MS2 Mark Cropp MS2 Timothy Lewis MSZCSWJ Eugene Lyons MS2 Stephen Simpkins MS3 Bernard Brown MS3 Thomas George MS3 Jerry Gordon MS3 Synetrick Haynes MS3 Stephen Johnson MS3 Mike Love MS3 John Orendorff MS3 Phillip Pierre MSSN Christopher Maloney MSSA Chris Sakmar MSSA John Slekers MSSA Delante Higgenbottom MSSA .Iohn Lauderman MSSA Gerald Mott MSSR Anthony Sampson MSSN Shawn Williamson 'x' 5 HPPIY S-8 0 W 13014211 tif wsunu an ms in :gmt at U was LT Paul Martin ENS Bruce Rivers AKCS Artis Murray, Jr. AK1 Daniel Flaim SK1 Chester Shoup, Jr. AKCCAWJ Nicholas Neven, Jr. 23 SK3 Brian Sayre SK3 Nicholas Wise SK3 Paul Wotus AKAN Steven Chamblee AKAN Joshua Coverdell SKSN Jason Lakoduk AKAN Michael Cape SN Jack Pollock SKSN Brian Vining AKAN James Wittmann L V I uppl S-13 LTJ G Quentin Terkildsen SKICAWJ Christopher Hilts EWZQSWJ Tommy Holder AK3 John Eckbledt BM3 Matthew Krieger ADAN Sean Brown AR Jeff Joseph ABEAA Jeffrey Saunders l.. -, Y Lieutenant Jeffrey S . Spearman Training Department administers TR7s command indoctrina- tion program. When a Sailor or Marine reports to TR one of his first stops is School of the Ship, a classroom indoctrination program that provides crewmembers with the essential information they will need to adapt to carrier life. School of Ship describes more than rules, regulations and needed shipboard skills, it also spells out where new crewmembers can go for family services, educational opportunities and recreation in Norfolk and aboard ship. Training staffs Drug and Alcohol Program Advisors QDAPAJ, the Counseling and Assistance Center QCAACJ and the Equal Opportunities Program Specialists QEOPSJ. CAAC and DAPA provide facilities and command-wide training on substance abuse issues. EOPS ensures all crewmembers have an avenue to redress any grievance, and assist in celebrating the diverse ethnic heritage within the Naxys community. This staff of 13 also obtains all training quotas and writes the orders for personnel traveling to military schools. 243 I + N I 52 I I 1.-.... W-, Commander Mike Porter From building to delivering, from missiles to bullets, TRVS Weapons Department controls all of the ordnance on the ship. This department assembled and delivered to the air Wing all ordnance dropped during the Bosnian air strikes in late August! September 1995. G-1 Division issues ordnance and ammunition to air wing and embarked ground elements. Small arms, ammunition and magazine sprinklers are cared for by the sharpshooting Sailors in the Shipos Armory, G-2 Division. Weapons magazine care and bomb stowage and assembly are handled oy the aviation ordnancemen of G-3 Division. G-4 Division is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the shipls weapons elevators which carry gear and ordnance from deck to deck. G-5 is ordnance control, Where accounting and quality assurance is job one. The diverse mGw divisions are administratively cared for by the Weapons Office staff. 247 L A 1 L ' , Si? x A A Wigs' ' ' M mf .A H 4 ' x f u M r K I 4 rm V 12 as Q fl J WH la 1 'Ml 'a Q, um' 'WF I 7 f P Aa- Wwimlt- 'Q Mwmmg, www f' J 5 A . gg-E x X' ,M -.nf X X Nw' xi X him ' UNK, ,-... Nw H I uh r 2 955' ,v V, f M' n ,A u , Qgk,M..,f . Q' W X 3 1 .Y I .NF K K I I 4 I- l K A l l I I- l I E 9. 1 I I I E 63 O11 P l 1 1 l Ig' : 1 P 5 f' 5 3 I 1 I 5 1 r 5 5 E 3 LCDR David Holley 5 4 I P ,...l..- , .l N I 'LT David Lesko GMC Charles McNdlly nEM1 Angelo Owens N P . 1 1 1 l 3 l w Y 1 f l Y 4 i f f X 1 I 1 l l QMM1 William Waltef EN2 David Fritsch 02 John Winkler K H 263 1 42 Q, me 1 x r AI X E' 'Q' " Q, 5 nw Y 1 nf iw. Vg Ear r 7 MM, 1 gn , ,,, -,gap , M1 ff, Q ' LF ,ggi 1 Lyn ' - '14 J A Q 9 m W-. X - 'Y '9 ' PM 1-eau '-',' . 'JH yr 11,011 U Q? 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' 95 Q In addition, shipls buses ran from Fleetls Landing to the USO and Haifa-area attractions. And, this time, the lines for transportation back to TR Werenlt slowed by rough seas. A4-.L But Haifa was memorable. Though the threat of terrorism we R ff .4 ,J 7 X . W 4?'ili'fllzi stttt'Rt..srvSELF The THEODORE ROOSEVELT Battle Group"s 1995 deployment will best be remembered for its last two Weeks in the Adriatic Sea, Where it led the charge in NATO's largest military action ever, OPERATION DELIBERATE FORCE. Aircraft from Carrier Air Wing EIGHTQCVW-81, embarked aboard TR led NATO's initial early-morning strike on Aug.30, joining NATO forces in air strikes against Bosnian Serb targets surrounding key safe areas in Bosnia-Hercegovina. TR was on course for a return port call in Rhodes, Greece the night of Aug. 28 when the carrier was ordered to increase speed and set a new course for the Adriatic Sea. The international community Was responding to a tragic mortar assault on a Sarajevo marketplace that left 37 people dead. It was just the latest atrocity committed in the bloody civil war as the conflict neared its 41st month. After a day of high-speed transit from the Mediterranean Sea to the Adriatic, the ship arrived on station ready to go to Work. At one a.m. aircraft began launching from TR's flight deck, and OPERATION DENY FLIGHT had evolved into DELIBERATE FORCE. CVW-8's task was to deliver precision guided ordnance on military strategic targets, starting a NATO canipaign to limit the Bosnian Serbs' ground-to-air defenses and as much of their aresenal as possible. The THEODORE ROOSEVELTXCVW-8 team, supported by battle group ships in-theater, proved itself NATO's strongest arm in crushing Serb targets in frequently cloud-covered Bosnia. Even as Adiniral Leighton Smith, commander of NATO's forces in southern Europe, assessed the total effort of NATO's initial strikes as a mixed bag of results, with more emphasis on the message the Serbs were getting than the amount of targets L Q f - f s a i p N L x , . enemy air defense sites in support of still-active DENY FLIGHT. The battle group waited for results that, despite Bosnian Serb claims to the contrary, did not come. mWe did not observe sufficient evidence of the Bosnian Serbs' movement of heavy weapons to demonstrate their intent to comply with the conditions we put on the tablefl said Adm. Smith during a visit to TR on Sept.6, explaining why NATO had renewed their attack the day before. In addition, a U.N. convoy in the Sarajevo area was reportedly fired on during the pause. Again, TR and CVW-8 led the way, this time with a new twist. Through showers and scattered clouds, CVW-8 Hornets and Tomcats launched at 12:15 p.m. Sept.5 and opened the second round of DELIBERATE FORCE air strikes. Hornets had dominated the strikes before the pause, employing a laser-sighting day or night system that allowed the Navy's current strike workhorse to deliver the goods with less risk of collateral damage to civilian areas. Though they are due for an upgraded version of the sight- ing system used in the Hornets, Tomcats at present have no laser imaging system. F -14 Tomcats from VF -41 were able to drop precision guided ordnance by dropping bombs while accompanying Hornets from VFA-87 sighted or Mbuddy-lasedw. On two runs on Sept.5, a pair of VF-41 Tomcats became the first ever to drop bombs in combat. With September came the knowledge that turnover was just around the corner. 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