Union (AKA 106) - Naval Cruise Book

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McQuay Operations Officer Lt. D. F. Aubert Engineering Officer Lt. W. W. Ross First Lieutenant if Mom Penny treats the Junior Officers. A Are you men wearing your dog tags? 'X 324 3 up .H W .- eu - nw O Q: sq., S. Vw Pam, J Jw ri , I ' if . 9 1 Z X., ff? QD ,f Mr. Batcheider and Doc Mitchell relax pomside. Sending Mr. McDougal off to Texas Waiting for a briefing by Taiwanese officers. Upon retirement, Mr. Aubert received the Medal of X f. C ommendation. i 5. i A 'ax J325- 'fn- 5: M L.. - at ' vu - e h , 555: ' ' N ,, ,f F ..'- 7 f 5 XWf'7', , 74,0 . 2-I . 5M .Wy c ,px sf ,, WW , , ' fl-Y iv PV V . ..,.,5 .ft 1 ' ' 1 Q . 1- f, MEN UF THE SHIP DECK DEPARTMENT -C ' tv' , X, f , 4 9 K.. I A ? 4 'N , ww Q 'fm 7 W 1 if Q Qs , XX E 1 V b if W Z Mr. Ross receives the Navy Com- mendation Medal. You can train a man in navigation, sea- manship, celestial observation and the com- puting of tide, current, speed, Wind and drift, and yet he will never be a sailor unless, at the moment of truth when he is forced intoya corner from which there is no Way out except by instant intuitive action, he makes the right move. J an de Hartog . f is . f we , BMCS Edsel H. Large It took work to be the best X it cf looking ship in Hong Kong. Ltjg. Roderick T. Bentley Division Officer :- ,SK X .H ,..e A X 5' 4 K L S , Qs it ' - - wi f .sf ', is NQQHURQS ', f -. ' ., ' XE v 'K+ K ,f ' , t ...L , . W , an ' W U ' f ' . . 1 f sv O A 9 fa. 12 i, ' 4. get if it BM1 Walton S. YN3 Martin T. Brinson Dalzell BM3 Richard E. SN Thomas S. Gibson George BMSN Jerry L. SN Samuel J. Hulen Lambert if My ,WWF . ,QW l 1 ' f , MLA . , una L. ,,, ,K V f . ye W ,. f, . X... w Q wa M f f ' S vw ' f . .' AJS 4 . Nw 1 7 ZSMV ,, ,JW fgx SN David E. Anderson SN Marvin D. Bennett Bernholtz f i SN Donald D. Brickell M W jg f 33 Za Z I I K 1 I .. M Remember that beach party in Cam Ranh Bay--or was that when we painted out the sides? How about those first two day in Yokosuka--just another time we painted out the sides. But we were reportedly the best looking ship Hong Kong had seen in 5 years, and occasionally We did get some liberty. First division will remember with the rest of deck department the two day party in Yokosuka. Q wwf A WW A ' 2 Wa, A I , . ,F .47 5, W X Q' V SN David S. Elston BM3 Allen L. Hall SN James E . LeGrande 25 MK 2 223.2 BM3 James R Fox SN Thomas W Hafferkmp B M2 Edwin G. RHSITLIISSGTI M Bernholtz :identifies his clothing. sl ,f Ss-W Q S ,Af itit A .,, 5 . J X gi f X it .V lst DIVISIO SN William R. BMI James F. SN James L Wetzel Williamson Wright :Ms f, f ,Wy we W ffff f, f , f if 7 f f f 1' Z X f, Z f 5 f ',f f fl! 44 , ff , 1 za! Z 1 f 4 f H, Painting the sides in Cam Ranh Ba fa' 44 'i ,M ,ge ?7f J' X, f , r if WZ! ff M ww-2 2' M W ff Q Z ,K ff X Eff? S' 22, . f , X ff M W f ' W f f ' ff. f ,f ff , , , 'Zf ,JW , If f ,,,' y if W! W! Elston 1ets go the starboard anchor. y Shorty A ship is always referred to as ' A A- "she" because it always Costs so much to keep one in paint and pow- der. C,w, Nimitz 5 W ' makes third si- A 2 as ,,, s , XX 1 X X X xt X X is NN 4? Hi- 4 9 George applies a new coat of non-skid. Lambert g9fS the fancy work ready for San Diego. 1 Six day shalt thou labor and do all thou are able, And on the seventh--holy stone the decks and scrape the cable. 1830 "Philadelphia Catechism" Bennett relaffee ,before chowg Painting for sun and profit. , . ,Yin 1 TW ,ei f 4' I X QQQVX, K xfy x X ,Q sw, .7 X, . Q xf Xff Xyx X! ffN fx! Q M t e , ce, Q 'mf f AJ Q ve ' ' f ,,.W,:, 4,45 l f, fx an W S ,,!--- ,fi U, Q QQf 0? ffwqx If ty, if! , yy, N , r, X x . X 4 P Wt S fi F Q W, 5 Y ,t 1 may 'ii W , W W S X ff X X fax f 7 K X c. , i 2-nd DIVISICN 1 3 l wo M: W alton Ens. J. B. Anderson BM1 ErnestC. E 1 .i .ui 's 1 l I R 1 I I I I 1 i 1 1 B i 5 Division Officer eww f I W! Z! BM2 Joe Baumgardner SN Dav1d L. Cleveland SA Richard Hawkins SN Chuck SN D R Becker Boelter SN Nash B. SN Steve Freeman Hall SN Terry SN G. L, Klein Lutz - 5 Q i Eugene Taylor BM3 and Chuck Becker SN look on as 5 Mount 43 zeroes in on surface target. 1 , . l I i Q ,f .' . f"il f I f X f Second Division is ready. Where is the boat crew? I fl 1 O ' mf . y ,, A ff . 1 , 44 WZLQQQ, I . t . y .x if 5 Z 0 J f , W cf .7 w i iy-sy . .. . I . ,,, ,M V , of L Ss f , fff,kA ?f 4 I I W eww I Swwzmqgq Second Division, working as a team, was ready to tackle any job. SN Ed SN Joe SN Robert BM3 Eugene Pollock Reyes Snipes Taylor Somehow we always seemed to find time for appetizers! sw ,W Homemade surface targetg who donated the ladies' underwear? Bob Snipes SN and Ed Pollock SN paint out a winch fn l 1 X 5 Q .1 ,bf Qi Second D1v1s1on is a very familiar process of refueling the DIACHENKO CAPD-1235. I I fvv x ' f m , c -1 We fr he ,,..,.,, f p 15,3 g , A if SW A x , "ZH SW ? ,. , ,N M, .l ,,w :nl f . X Q- Ag , If W v v Q gf As ff f ,mai if S, fs l N s. fs w X21 Wwwm 2 X . sw V K The Boatswain Mate's dream, a careful snipe. N , kt X frank W .. 3rd DIVISION Suppose we can make a jacob's ladder with this? After Operation Formerchamp The ship is moored. ' The boats make the ship" is a true amphib. saying. With no boats there would have been no liberty, no cargo delivered and no exciting one--alfas! Third division also helped add the "cruiser look" to the UNION by making turksi heads and using lot of canvas. U' f H1 'Q J, ll ,,, H i, 4:5 1 V J X 'X X ,N w 'V .' -XLL . J 2. fV .. , -'ww -f J V'-A 0 ,VNV fwfwwfia-QfVVfNv X aw! QV ,4 . ---- 1 --Ny, iw 3 f ff- GC A was gf .. , as-,,, 1 f M f 5-.W W 5 X 4 X N fx? W W! Q Q X , ge if " -V X W ' f, X Q X SX 1, X li X V 7 -X --sf f ,, Q U X Q X H Y' ' ff Nw X' zz fhszz ' f fs. ' fx: 'CMYK W ,f N Q. 4, "XXV fy., Vg-Vg 4,- V H S f .' 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Ii 1 4. 5 4 E 3 S 4 12 ll if 2 2 2 x wi N ii J? W1 16 Il ,fi Ii? fi 3 I v 1 P N 5? 12 .l .W li al, WI is ?i5 21 I , 3, I 1 1 BM3 Walter L. Harrell BM3 Robert V. Joh IISOII SN Kenneth E. Lindblom BM3 Alex McMillon SN Thomas B. Niblack ENS, Thomas E. Strausbaugh Boat Group Commander ee.. h J ,ff,,i,, f XSWMV, V' K ,fy Q X 6. .. , QV , f '41 If , .fm W as 'V ' L, , lg ' ' 0 S f Q V V---- g mf' 'I ffaiyf . 1 s ff x SN John R. Bergdoll SN Phillip G. Bibbs SN Michael W. Boyer SN Dannie F. Byars X f W 11 K, in + C ' .n..: .L i V, 5 in J ., 7 , 5 797 id, y IQ, X Wg Si x BMSN James R. Nolen BMl Clinton D. Orris ,, VW , f !9"WW'W"'W'-- W f W ,f X is , X W ff A5 f I V Q 161.1 BM3 Clarence J. Powell, Jr. SN Elie A. Rodrigue BM1 Charles R. Shaver SN Jerry B. Sparks lin LTJG, Fain McDougal Former BGC A bird's eye view of one-alpha Mind your helm. One more landing before chow Here is your gig license. i il lil UI l W i il, my M, i if ll 4 1 N x iff GMGI Gale I FTG3 Grover D. SN Melvin E, SN Jerry M. Bandle Brewer C ain Owens 1 'f ' W ,f TZKNWZT' 5 A O ,, Jaws ,f M...-,A M. ,my . or ,-1, ,fm QW2 22 11, f , 974 we all W -,Q ,J U 545 W ai if S , !fw"'S ff' 'SW .iss ff gs, 7.SE !:iff4T' XZ W N f V f ' , ,mf swgdzs ff, .7 .. 7501 0? H I, si A-S ' 450 X f X l ff! -4- -,,fQ,,1 jf f ff ,XA f Y N 1 ,- ' ' , ,ff ff, X , ,W X f 4, f 1 , W f f f y f ff Z' f ff X f , 4 fix I I SN Donald GMG2 James A, FTG2 Ronald D. Schreiber Shea Sl1f'cOI1 4th DIVISIO LTJG-0' ilolinflff Todd Division oifiger 'a i ii ii Li i M 5 v V i , , r 3' + f I ii i A ' 5 i f ne ' i i While in WESTPPI'C.'jif ?UN'ION V 1 2 .IE E .ll ll .Ei ii in L1 rf 5 i li E! .E sl la ll is 11 ii Training session with the 50 cal. machine gun guns crews shot about 5,000 rounds of ammunition during twelve gun- nery exercises. Field day on the 40 mm. guns l y -,is .. N. ,, Q Q1 D? M 9, 5 8 e ' 'A ' .7-" -, x 'X Xnas r X A N. X x 'X I f X guys 0 4' Y 4 Q sax X i A X f N X - ,ffr 1 ff- crew ready for action .2-'Q-'-I, fe- 1' '. 'T .fn ,Q FW f 7., ,,f ,,,, .,M,,.,4v 4 J 01 4 1 -- .t fm, cf ,ff J fgq Gunnery exerciees were frequent in WESPAC, in 1, Ready for inspection 'S-Num. We 1 It is constant repair and repainting on the 40 mm. gun mounts. ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT n a F,-f r. V, ,, . V, , H ,,,, ,, , . ,,.,y.,,,,,,,,,,,, kr ff , , ff ,wg , ,, , 'f , '!U'.'ffZ:Z , f, My x Q I A Engineering memories include losing the load just after leaving Subic Bay, seeing Bryant DC1 trade his White hat for the WO1 model, practicing casualty control while Mr. Sefyck was the EOW, seeing Mr, Aubert retire from the Navy after twenty years, opening the feed pumps for repairs, and being prepared to answer the technical questions from Captain Behm. Upper right: Big and Little Spires Above: Lt. laconis, Chief Engineer Carroll FN Dean W, Conaway FN Dennis W. Crow Erlander EN2 Clarke E . Davies EN2 John Fleming sv Q' ENS Roger P . Akeley, Jr. Division Officer A DIVISIO It usually happened in Subic or Vietnam. The culprit was a leaking oil seal or an over- heated engine.. The victims were those who bunked on the starboard side of the ship. A- Division had the burden of servicing the two "top priority" fantail diesels that powered the air conditioning generators. Although these ill-suited boat engines were mechani- cal monsters, the reward for their upkeep was refreshing. M s EN3 Wayne L, FN Richard A, 7 . w '5 FN Michael J. Stephenson FN Jimmie E. Thomas FN Gary Lee Meagher EN3 Robert J. Shatek FN Michael R. Griffin EN3 Bruce E. Loper EN3 Thomas Turnbull ENl John L. Warfield W 'W M, it ,4,, K '159'bw4v , W J 'w ., X I . 1 I I Z .1 1 ff V , 5 ' ff- f J ya, 1 f 1 f wff""' west W f- WW , 7 , 4 W , f . if i f va M X! A js et' X 1 HW I if 7 v 'rf W as! ' X f F- sk, if r NW - W, W f six .sfwfm Cl, fxw x bw 97 f X N9 , f ' - jf , ,, . , Q , Q X fy X 1 Chief Irwin stands on his box for a view from the boat shop's port. Petty officers and firemen relax away from the ship. Since there was a minimum of one-alfa operations during the cruise, A-Division enjoyed a mild dose of boat repair. Warfield ENl and his men overhauled three diesels in anticipation of more demanding oper- ations. , Griffin assists the Captain. Shatek troubleshoots a mike boat. Another engine is brought into the shop for overhaul. "" is 8 E DIVISIO vwwwi f EMCM Andrew W. Irwin, :MR EMC Clarence S. Ransome gil' O'hara prepares musical entertainment for the IMC. Oates and Gramps check brushes on the motor generator set ,K ,V . , ?X L , :O g F ,ff V W ., lr W, A ff Z, , 1 f wwasf f - W ,Zee-'Nam , as ,n M ,, . Q - f .ia- M f' , -X I , N ' " wwf f Q " R W Sr? in Q i X N, X 5 of .wi f fg Hz ,MQ,,,.,fff-f.ww ' 't MZQ-5 W Q2 Z EM2 Maxie Barker EM2 Rolland P . Blanchard FN Ryan E. Dancer IC2 Paul W, Frankfurter EM2 Richard T. H oltm an EMFN Robert F Howick X i 4 f wx X 1 1. , an , Q, ff.. X f 'wif " V X X .Sy 'K X 0 XX f X ks Q Q Q ,X f f wr was , A A FN Paul A. Kapper IC2 Leon J Kruchten FN Ronald V Oates ,E f R ' l Blanchard gives sound instruction to a striker. 574 QL ' ' ' f f f 'Y f ,Ax g ff f Q. M f ,jf N 7 W Q X I f , ox 7 xW xf 2 'ff ,- ., I '1 ,"' . 'QQ I' fff' , Wm ICFN John A. O'hara Relaxing in Cam Ranh Bay W A Wadtlers would like a novel for company during the switchboard wa c . 3 E Y Kapper has help cleaning the battery locker. T3 Rigging dress lights for Bangkok. fpw, , f KKK -L-xi, , ! y X f we 7 ,, I' f - ' f 4 Q-Wi . . Q5 I if ' 4 Y f 5, 54 2 L ZW ff .fwfr w, f XXV, g, mfr, Q f Williams helps get the "Animal" ready for inspection. FN Harold D. Teeters EMFA John M. Volkman FN William L. Walters FN Douglas W. Williams l 47 - ' Wang I FW Z ,WA I - 1 S V A L., K Q, V , 5.,Qg,: Q- ,, . ' f-if , - 'W Q , 23 Q X f 1 f , ' X K We f 2 Q We can always play spin the bottle. w,,i, Fourteen Knots, no smoke , f L " I W X Q 5, ' gf I V L ',...-I EW How much 1S a shampoo? ""-- "" , "'e: e F Eg 'j '4,. eee V 1 A N 5 is V XX. Qs CWO-2 Jim Bergan Division Officer ss f ff Q: ' X 5 I-ss x 15 W f, mg Q5 1 yi Y if v-... 4 .ff 2 ' 15 -5 fx, A, 'ff 5 , A NR' 1. 1 f W , MR3 Russell V. Bejrnovicz MM2 Ivan N. Curry FA Gilberto Hernandez FN John Kitchen F . if 6? , AQ ., W Q m? K 'I w MM1 Cecil R. Bryant FN Roger D. Dorma MM3 David J. Johnson MR2 Jim T. Krause 5 V , a s M ' i LTI' 5 -3 "qv, Q I Zin U 2 .Q X- , .iv 3 7 Q 5 ft 1 f , X., ,Mu MM2 Simmie D. Collins MMI Roger L, Goodall MM3 Charles A. Jones FN Leo J. Mclllaney I've thrown a discus before but never a cover ,- . fl X T '7 . I' -A , f R x - ' .v ' ' , K A 54:1 W 'S 4 gf' Main P ropulsion What do you expect for five dollars a day? "em, -5 A-if," - .F fi, wig, ' ' . N ,X ' , X-QX f X - fr : ,W X WN, V' "'19,5'1! ' 522 .57 Q5 I XX , X O X SZ QW f f .. , ra, f if f X W 1 f X x f , N X Q 1 LX . ff, X Ms wp f 3 10 XX ,. s X if 11 , ,, 'if ' g v' 4 pw fg 3-f ZQWXQ' f ' "'f'v'- - 1X 4 ',,,1. , ' X, X 'H' X , X !V.! 'HX XX 3 X gf X ,N X MX, X f I f f M F X X X i W ASQ-X , ,XX T15 W N X! QD X fi X f Xfx V W, - 5, 'X WAX in SW, , fr x fw i V7 ,. ,,'fXX , X 'f' M, X VI,-5 W X f YW S X .S I If . , Wai ' 7 QXXW, XSX f 2 Q53 ff Q, XJ, f H gf, .ifffx 7 X Sufi ' ' 'Q X XM ' ., if f . ,W W3 X ,Zi -X ,, ,, .. M 4 W , i W 6 XX MM, Wim V , ,, .S 7' X79 si' f X ' AL. fx iw I X W X 1 D 'vw'iiXfy' ', X gg ,f, '5,,,,f 5 yi , .- ff W, My fm, A if ,,, X ' M4 -X iff, 'Xi "Xvf,1X, .XQAXX XM QQ., X f .JM SX SMF.: 'f ,A ,'-:Xa 54 -XXKQV, X gg . XX, ws:-, - 2 fs. NT? 1 - FA Stanley J. Marchlewski FN Dennis P. Morrow FN Rodney K. Mott FN Paul W. Paris MM2 Dennis R. Shaw FN Daniel K. Spires MM3 Lawrence Spires MM3 Ronald A. ' Wiley MM3 Willie M. Williams FN Bruce D. Winship MMFN Thomas E . Worley "Co Jap 4-nz, ,V ix , X, we - X, " we f Qfiiwf df X- Mower A X X X I X, 5, , Ferrell R f ff f f ff X7 fz - - ,QXA l Xyffiffffg ww, .XM A::QglgwN .VN , ,Q J, L , . wwcv Wmutmuwvmwwd- xw FN James Battle FN Jerry F erguson FN John Gaberdiel vfv BT3 Richard Boyd BT3 William Lindsey V, .ip , ,f up SW 'W ,ff A J f fs I X M f 'Q J f Q X Z X Ah sw Q L , , . B DIVISIC 'AS skis as, X S32 , G X W fn S S 'X'wf ,s QAQ ' . 22- 1 W Q f 5,yw ZW f W, Q, We ,sf 57 M ' KJ i f if FN Bernard YN3 James Buechel Clark FN David BT3 John McGee Redding fgfa.. fi 6' mwnn f f QWSWQNV f W f' g,hR, QWEZ 57? 'Q , ,V 1 ,S S ' -M H ,V , W , , wfu ' W ' , 4 is x f f , I f Q - V Sk ff X ' ..-' 2 it BT1 Thomas Cross FN Dennis Ricardo BT2 Richard Cunningham FN James Wailes ? BTC Ross Tonsall uf4S WU BT2 Houston Duke FN Richard Whipple FN David Washenfelder BTC Emmett Pflueger X Uniform of the day: sweat suits Does BTC really stand for "soul man," chief? Above: Before you crawl in there, Gaberdielg are you cleared for "top secret?" Below: Cheer up, Cunningham. No more firesides for 600 hours. R DIVISIC Il CWO2 Anthony Sefyck Division Officer FN Wayne Halladay FN William Robertson ,J V, , V , W swf V? F 53 ...gk - -3, f ZS l fl? SFM2 Joseph Katlubeck S F 1 William Rutherford W - 1 William B ryant SFP 3 Salvatore Marino FN Kerry S anders 7 , ? W Qwnwf M ' was , FN Richard Fassnacht FN James Maguire DC2 Quentin Thomas www' 'ffm- SFM3 Daniel Frey FN William McCormack FN John Ureste "Just a minute sir, and I'1l have you out." MMQ li F J ' "You could stay here and let me go to the CHARLESTON." Shipfitters and damage controlmen work together. Supervising the shop G f n X K-JN TO A f 'jg M Xb-2" if S... uf, in M fr. J, u .f NF X5 fUj if "I don't care if the pipe is leaking, the Captain needs to use his shower." An old ship demands constant repairs ws . 'go fox min L! I. 1 1 'lf f" J , E i fwf ' Sw iff ' ' lf-Q I "H ey, you over there." CPERATICN S DEPARTMENT 1 ZS? Comparing notes viii E f X If f f ,W was uw!" f swam I 1 ' f ,El Xl Mike Boat A-Go-Go A professional at work Ops' recreation lounge ff ' rffrrgf? -7 --', ' I ri, Y' n W, C 4 X 5 I 4, waxy 1 MQ? 7 X, x VH My, Hulk 14-snvlvlgk Am I doing it right? But chief, I didn't break it! Congratulations, Chief, for shipping over. You rang? Z ,an La. OPQZL A o f' What do you sailors have against us anyway? Inspection's over. Liberty for sec ff ' 'lf , A ' - IPX fi. operations types tions 2 and 3. w , X65 Q 4, J 4' p X .... ,,-'-v ' ft- , 7 ' ke , "' -2 Q ' , , X Z! AH 4' 2 X 1 'gf' Q QE' 5 ,, X Q in W . ' ' 'ii if E s ' x ,. w K, gl X i 3 N: va! Q Y x A ,Q X an i -. ' - ' as . ,VF w .I an :W il,, I-Iv Y w E F Q if QQX mixxyy x I 0 0 d'J 513 f T ff it Y WM ,.,, One minor adjustment and it will probably never work again. l q l'm fixing my portable radio. 0E DIV ISIC Ms I :ll vi Qi il 5 I i xi ,I I 3 I i gi 1 I .g, 1 I F I 1 i E J L ' i r x I I 4 al - wg A i ,il E: ET's working hard in the IC room. 5 i , 34 I Ray ET1 William L. Cambell ET3 James Hallett ETRSN Willis F Hamaker ETR2 David L. Johnson ETR2 Carlton W, Nash ETR2 William E. Trainer ENS, Robert Batchelder Division Officer SN Terry J. Barrett RDSN Donald D. Diehl LTJ G Ralph Kvamme I like color much better. Division Officer RDSN Bruce Helm RDSN Felix R. Tomkosky 'm,,,,,, ,1"'Jf 01 DIVISICN Sure hope conn believes this one. RD3 William H. Holderness RDSN William A. Newman f RD2 Gary L. Olsen Teamwork strikes again. ,11 - ww fs - ., wf T V K ,, f . Q 1 ' f,-sxaswg ff, .X f, Xi, i aw ay . X X ,k,,w"Mw- . . X . , . .,.h , .,.XX ' X N N. ,L I ' A 2.5. gzwsx mv' - 4 QU- fs gd .WS Q f X f X wav' X X Q 4 X f X I gf f f Q ',T:s-yolk ., fx , wi, fX Wi -w sf i 'ff N WX I V' :Vi T f , Q -X - -www t f' i . , M X X to ' 4 X 55, H, V, A7 4' jj N .X - f ,". ', , ' K HSV? A ,X 'Tuff X - ., X , E ,4 .W ,, Q4 ,fm . ' x'7U . . 3 1, " 5 N, f. N f I XX f ' - if mf' - ' "ia:47'q. T if X sis' ,f Xb- X 'Xt ,. f,3:-1-'- 5, gifs' - 'f . ,M . A ff ' - .ff x W ,. X ,f 1 f,1,X W 1 Qi- ff , 1 ' M 4, f 0 I' V I , 1 1 572 Q K X f f X ff i ' 5 CYN3 Rohnald B. Benfield RM3 James T. Brannan RM3 Larry N. Brigner RM3 Arnold J. Derrickson RM3 David L. Haveman RM1 Richard F. Jugar RM2 Tommy G. Sites RM3 James A. Tune RM2 Charles E. Thomas LTJG John T. Case Division Officer CR DIVISIO What d'ya mean a STOREKEEPER left that soda can in here? Our communications are in good hands. ,xi Na! xx on tiff Qyjw 'f 4 ff ,f If K gs '4 4, CS DIVISIC X? ,V 4 4 W, 'V ,S - ff , W' . f Y f X Ens. Ralph E. Penny SMC Lidio E. Cabaiiero has X Division Officer nf f SN B111y W Bennett Wwpf I i SN Danny C. Green Wm Let's see now. It's one dit and two dah's. SM2 Ralph E. Hicks SM1 George H Miller SM3 Perry L. Thies SM3 Kenneth G. Thornpso awww Wash Day sqgffm . -WM 1 Q X Fix machine Mark it! .1 3 V X , f QM2 Franklin D. Alligood QMSN Eric R. Blakeman QM2 Todd J. Campbell QM3 Richard J. Morris SN William B. West 4 Z K5 .M . MMQQ' Y Nw 1 Q' vii ,Q he Z Nj' ix Y SQSS: I' we Q V W X Q M., , Z' , ev f Z ' Ziff ,Q ,owe "What seems to be the matter with your hair Robinson? H "' "f, F SIUIIPIPILY 9' PS6- SUPPLY DEPARTMENT "One more ASI and I'11 jump" "You tell him I won't ship unless I get shore duty i Mani1a." S I 4 , STGREKEEPERS I I I SKCS Robert N. Emmons Y I SK3 Daniel B. Armistead SK3 Stephen R. Cuddy SK3 John M. Hertel .-,, 'f fs if I I Q Those ASI people sure can tear up a place looking for .1 I ' Q mistakes. SKC Bienvenido B. Perez SK3 Paul W. Lobush Jr. SN Dalton I. MacDonald SN James S. Rogers SK3 Ricardo D. C. Yabu Nita ,, .I tv fx sg, if II . nv I I I I I - I The "E" team ' I. I I I I i 40 qt t LTJG Vincent M. Greene . M DISBURSING DK3 Rodney C, Winn SN Gary A. 1 "That really jacks my jaws" Q W 1 SN Richard A, SN James E, CS3 Larry A, SN James V, SN Geoffrey G, Chandler Chappell Leeberg Lovelace Musser CSC Reford Witt WM CS3 William CS1 Robert Palafox Reid CGMMISSARY , S E H A R S TN Arturo G. Nafarrette SD1 Richard L. Palmer TN Isauro M. Paje SD2 Melchor B. Burgos - TN Rlcardo B. Paule SD3 Carlos C. Cervantes Q . TN Aurelhano V. Abueg TN Simon A. Clamosa TN Benjamin P. Feria gf ,'.?Q 5 5 My 'X ?,,HN.,, I Z ' as X sf TN Arturo C. Raza TN Teofilo M. Sayson TN Rogelio E. Semper M M fffr A ,MM , Mfg I .ff H74 ?f,3s,'f,f' fy f,,,, .MZ nf' .,,.. W p 3 A X M979 f ,xf V ' , X , qi4wMfyzf7,+w ff fMfKMMVWUfV f 1' ,fg l X , , '2,'f"f , n ' f l-f7"':-" ,ff f' , Another one of Pa1mer's e Perfect Parties in prog- TGSS The calm before the storm SHIPS SERVICE SH1 Andrew W. sferung SN Ronald L- Blount SH2 Chester L. Greer SH3 Kerlley D. Hamblen SH3 Thomas W. Robinson SN Roger D. Swanson ,W f ef A. ,, , y f f Wi k , V- X X ,f, v.-:SLN "ff f X J W I "Wor1dVs champion baitcast ,X Wg 0 W f N 1 Q 0 sf W N WW W S. .fs Zigi?-v ywxywxfs ,M Q I Ay? xxx ff X 7 Q, jf ' M fm, X - f' IW A' f f X , f f f S , .Q-,f, Z l f .. WWW ' Nw ff j ff-W2 R Mfg Gy 0, ,, ff, ,iv X f as . ,f wf , ,ne 4, - fm me A K W4 X y I Z 7 f N xi 4 ,fa sw if W W if A Z wg, , ,gre f Kg f , ,, W I , .K 7 ,y -W Q W M., X X S Q X f X f 1 2 N W ., .M . M 5 few , f W N Q f X Xi ,, 7 "What do you mean you lost 12 pairs of scivies!" er" ? Well, the Chief said regulation haircuts" - , 5521 mi How about poking me a little higher? A Thomas C. Reeds, Lt., M.C, 1 . rf www w,,W,,, I L N i.X, f 'muy H DIVISIO 795' 'f,2i I 'MW f ful W2 X f Z 6 V if fx! J ,f Cf! f ff ,, xg ff iff , 40W K ., f f V AL ' K S 'X , Z 'f ff? I XY f, .X 4 HMC Ronald E. HM2 Michael R. HM1 Adolphus Penwell Hudlow Mclver HM3 James H, SN Gary E. HN Gary R. Copp Joseph P atch "I am putting you on medical restriction," X DIVISIO Do you always smile when you lose a service record? "Did my orders come in?" "Where is the mail?" "What state can I change residence to in order to get the Vietnam bonus?" "Can I see how much leave I have on the books?" "What about my evaluations?" These were a few of l the familiar refrains 44' that echoed through the ship's office during the cruise. The ship's office had access to the 3.I1SWGI'S . ' UCI MM PC3 Gary L. PN3 Paul D, Ackerman Bielat 'W gy Mtvwyff Ackerman converts combat pay into money orders Bielat, soon to be discharged, considers .submarine duty in Disneyland. WA--.--fs SN Richard S. Favretto SN Gary T. Holsapple YN3 Duane L. Lindstrom SN Mark R. Winkel YN2 Irving C. Waldo OPERATION FORMER C AMP The UNION proceeded to the Pescadore A l Islands on 21 March for "Former Champ," an 'fel tionalist Chinese Marines. After loading ' troops and gear, the UNION departed Makung I. for Tsoying, Taiwan, Where the actual land- ing took place. We shared the company of I over 100 Chinese Marines. Although com- munications was difficult, it was an experi- " ence We'll all remember. 3 la amphibious training operation with the Na- 'I I Y Nl Li I if Elf' The first step IS getting over the side , il ,H To . 1 ah' . I W . Once over the side, squeeze in and make room. And away they go! Like sardines, huh? u On the beach I I 1 'Q 'A f COMBAT CARGO 1 The UNlON's amphibious as- sault mission became rather ob- scured since We were never re- quired to move men or material in an authentic amphibious landing. But random assignments and For- mer Champ kept us in tune with , our purpose. Captain Arthur, who 'h -l 5 flew ahead of our ship to make 5 , arrangements for handling cargo, . especially remembers the flight 5 h from Cam Ranh to Subic when the S . UNION beat the plane. CAP'T Robert J. Arthur Combat Cargo Officer xg it A yr , W P M f O ff li f From Mr. Arthur to Captain Arthur Q 3-X, M s ,C p A tug, a freighter, a tan er, 1 gmrxgqn I or!! f I . . s d a hospital ship, and a liner-- 5 ,fs Q, , In : le A ,AI If 5 we I Q 3. r a, d 3 the UNION was all five of these. 1 l offloading L-Form in Okinawa Assisting the JENKINS 3 The ASHVILLE hitchhiked to Subic for repairs. oUR RUISE: 8-12 February Pearl Harbor :ISD f ,a W X I I -. f X- 1 x 1, X 77 f, fi OT ll! 4 '13 3 May Chu Lai, R.V.N. X " 4-5 May Qui Nhon, R.V.N. I 'L 6-7 May Cam Ranh Bay, ' R.V.N. 26-28 February okiuawa, Ryukyus 10-15 May 31919 Bay I 1 d Islands 1 ippine s an s 3-6 March Danang, R.V.N, 18-19 May Okinawa, Ryukyus 8-16 March Subie Bay, IS1311dS1 Philippine Islands 23-29 May 3117910 Bay, 18-20 March Kaohsiung, Taiwan Philippine 151311-ds 21-22 March Makung, Pescadores 1-5 June Okinawa, Ryukyus Islands IS1311dS 10-13 June Danang, R.V,N, I 14 June Cam Ranh Bay, R.V.N. fad . 4 is 1 'TTINQ y p xx "' -'N - I if -- X . 1 5 A 'Xp -'7 I l 23-27 March Tsoying, Taiwan 1 .fl -- 5 X 30 Mai-Ch-1 April Dauuug, R.v.N, is if '5 F7 6 April Vung Tau, R.V.N. 6-7 April Cam Ranh Bay, R.V.N. 17-22 June Hong Kong, B.C.C. -I --Q - "W---M ' 24 June-1 July Subio Bay, ' In Philippine Islands E7-1 'I 4-5 July Danang, R.V.N. 1 7-9 July Cam Ranh Bay, 1 R.v.N. 1 ' 1 10-13 July Vung Tau, R.V,N. 43 16-21 July Bangkok, Thailand 5' Q fx' 24 July Cum Ruuh, R.v.N. 26 July-4 August Subic Bay, ---f-' nw -------f Vw Philippine Islands X 7-10 August Carn Ranh Bay, R.V,N. 10-11 A131311 5111310 Bay, 11 August Danang, R.V.N. Philippine 1512111015 16-17 August Okinawa, Ryukyus 15-25 April Sasebo, Japan Island 30 AP1'11'2 May Danang, R,V.N. 19 August Sasebo, Japan 21-27 August 6-7 September 16 September Yokosuka, Japan Pearl Harbor San Diego S mln .i , ,MMM xx WN maxi .x..w,..,, ,, X 5,2-K N Q' X, f"'f.T"'N'f MEN CF THE WGRLD The ship was our home, but we always had a different neighborhood Riding the surf at Waikiki. A lovely hula girl. Famous Waikiki sunset. USS ARIZONA Memorial honor roll - i -19? A11 ahead flank. Indicate 82 R,P.M,'s. 'l I wonder ifI remembered to secure the gyro. L This should make an interesting souvenir. . i fr 3 xx' k xi S' gif X ' I 4 Wg X 7 N 5 W What can I send the folks back in Tennessee? Waterhole number two Now if Barrett remembered his note pad, we can begin our tour. Aw q -.rW n F V .H ll V 4 J 9 ,i?g tl HZ Y .ggi Ev X BANG 0 Bangkok, Thailand is where one can rent a taxi all day for 954. or 2 cartons of cigarettes. We all seemed to have personal guides who drove us to TIMLAND or the Golden Buddha if We wanted to sightsee, then taking us to shops if We Wanted to buy rings, silk, and bronzeware, and even stay- ing With us if We decided to swim at the Metro. Although the cruise seemed "number 10" sometimes, Thailandwas definitely "number l." 'IIQ 011941 as an unit' WHAQQ' 'Q 71 ms Wx fTop photob Mayon Volcano Phlllppll'l6S CBottom photo? Battery Hearn largest gun on Corregldor THE Pt-YN VFP NES Olongapo Jeepneys a favorlte mode of transportatlon --+'-' CTop photoy Ph1l1pp1ne flghtmg cock f Bottom photob Curbside cookout 1n Olongapo We s X 1 3 -s X N7 3,11 it The ever-faithful water buffalo and his mounted owner. Taxi!! Taxi!! L3 . fj e f MUNIC OF OLONGAPO 1143 X Q V rv A x, A an z A Sw- K ILEGESD vp :'1,2"'::f' Vi! 4 onnafaouuos A , . WWW T ., ' 4 1 J VH-HfWQDlll7 . ,V ,ttttn, T ' the 3. ff . ' ' 4' if 1 ,f xx- A Z W5 , J L. A I 14 ei? T f V 1. .T TH , iz 'vfp 553 A OU! 0? aowms ' our or aowuas 'w,- 52 ,,,,,,,,, y M M , P ' 'W , mls! 2 13 S T if ggi aftufocsu A-'4"x' H 5' -..4..a ,... , H in il 5 1 Eg QQ . it V R H ,, I V. K g, t. ii X, g, W i si ii I YI ,N , L, 1 tw This ancient Spanish gate stands as a re- minder to Philippine history. S gxf ff? Upper left: Just a nickel, sir? Center: Canl help you open it, Federman? Upper right: We try harder. Lower right: A quiet time in Olongapo City, Below: Boelter prepares to greet a friend from Subic Bay. The Philippines is a land of exotic contrasts and a pas- sionate history. Those who were able to tour beyond Olongapo saw rustic nipa and bamboo huts standing on stilts among vast fields of rice, This they were able to compare with the gran- deur of Manila, Rizal Park and death march markers drew sailors' attention to former fights for freedom. But most of our time was spent in Subic Bay. Here was a "sailor town," somehow designed to keep us from going else- where. fffif s Enroute from Okinawa to Subic Bay. Getting ready for the Captain. Mr. Ross and the officers defeat the "Sadists" in a hot afternoon game on Grande Island. The Grey Eagle Underway for ship's party .A -'K xx ,N .xv 1, w '?.f""-U..--.,, VV W " """w-NN 4 V ,,,.., - . 'G -ff s 1' ' 5? Fi fr Yi" A ' ' ' ,. - :s 'X , 3 P di' 1. If . IV E, ., 4 L . , ,V N , V-L ,, , ,f,,f,, , , 1 115- 1' V ,ff Q Y L K ' N4 U . W,.r"7"""'.w .. .H -f g - g A A - , A A Q .5 , ,Z - M ,sm TZ wi , VU. 1"2-ff"--5119311 yY ., . , n ' 0 'ig - 3 .. shunts A T34 ' ,Z QQ gf? . h g ew f . f 25 g , ' hx ' f , k mu ,7wmv,"Q ,f . J, np. I Q f ,, T... .,- , .,-f,,..-...,,- ,,,,..,f,...,.n.LY..-..... --,-,....:4........,. agile new , Q ff N w ., -- f M. , '.o'f' if N f . ,U ,,,,p,wgw' f ' Q' IQ, , we ,JM ... E. iff W :M 'gf' ,, ' 1 Hx., Way-fs h A 'L ff .5 gf f 1 . Q 'H f A, nffimaf' : 'W' :i33-afFf7f"+?.- A f -1 tif' Yi. ' 'i324i..f 'f, Til' 11 ' A - ,WU ., , :Wm r - 'ff' ff- wfsww.dw.-.z.,....+,'u 4" W , ,Q In ',,f,w'mfff'4if1i',' ,W .QUL M f , I M 1. 'zf' v "gif 'Mm 544 A ' ' , 2 mf M H , ,, , , ,I zyrwl ' 9 We were very aware of commercial Japan. Sansui, Kenwood, Pioneer, Sony, and Noritake became household Words on the ship. We were already familiar with Toyota, Honda, and Suzuki from the States. We learned to appreciate the in- dustrious sooiety of Japan. 5? z I L 23325. WEELE swam QNXEESEBENTEU statue OF PEACEW ,, M HT f EN 2955 is 2 3525553 AM?-iGX!?Y. In 20 years Japan has overcome defeat to perform miracles in shipbuilding, agri- cultural production, architecture, and poli- tics. We caught glimpses of this country's fabric--huge ships at anchor, yard Workers busy on our equipment, eating sukiaki, and cleansing ourselves before visiting the Shinto Shrine. .EQWWX 15,2 .: ff I N 1 Offloading in Danang VIETNAM We saw military installations in Southern Viet- nam, but never much combat. We will remember the picket boat Watches, the bombing and tracer shots in Danang, helicopters landing the Wounded on the USS REPOSE and USS SANCTUARY, the PBR's, skin diving in Cam Ranh, and perhaps most of all, the six months of combat pay. Who did it, the Navy or the Marines? .ww ---fm 3. M 'kf . dz. S "IM V 'Li ,T ,- . 1 ir - " ' - -3:4 ' ,- v My A .. , yvmfz, Xxx 1 X U 73.21. fy. X' 'Q' F ,Ml R ,. ...gh--1 4 2 L. Tv N '-4, . '1 .A ,A M.. ,nh q I . Mr, . wg, ' ' L. 'MY' A r W ' ,- - it ' 'A V, mu A 5 M-4 .pil . I 'I ,, Y , W, ff Yu ' - J ' as . wi t i , W bi ' V me-,,. -. PV 1, , , . I ., iq mv , ' Q 1 V1 ld!! 748181 Ylltil: ,,f' If f .ff ff' " ,. 5 ir Q.-,, is 1-4 i,, ,V V .ic x ,Z 4- A '-BME' X anna-H-puA,..,.. -vt' Q ,L rs 1 9., ,-fi .3 , i ,ff , f fee: 1' FP -' .H I' ' ' . "4 . E339 Lia, I ' 4 Q' 1 ff-ffff' ,. A 11' :Q -Q fair' 1 'f -Z1'i?Q,'f' . :i,Ls?+i,! 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The ports of call tried to produce what Americans Want9 thereby diverting sailors' attention from some of the more traditional characteristics of the coun- tries. Kruchten,Warf1e1d, Teeters, Byars, Br1cke11,W1111ams, Brewer, Barrett, and Leeburg pass out c1gars 1n ant1c1 pat1on of seelng the1r newly borns Not pxctured Sanders kevvfwmwdk-nur Above No water rat1ons durmg the whole cru1se' Below Keepmg up w1th the Pres1dent1a1 race Z 1, f W, ,. 1 vw f,,-f,, , X ZQAPQJXZMM l 1,541 , V ' ,f ,, .,.,Y, - .,,, Y :YV Y. 2 5 X0 smmma ' at YB!! An evemng 1n Yokosuka hw Japanese ICG cream tastes dlfferent WE? Aww ii v-bww' N i .X , . , . 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Nearly all took time scanning a "Stars and Stripes" to keep abreast of the St. Louis Cardinals and the Detroit Tigers. But it was hard for us to remember who Philip Blaiberg was Cthe longest living heart transplant patientb, or that Helen Keller died, or that Biafra was fighting a war, perhaps more terrible than the one in Vietnam. We learned of the urban ter- rorism, the assassinations, and the loss of the SCORPION, but we were distant from all of this. Only a few miles from a tragic earthquake in Manila and just as close to the bloodshed in Vietnam, these events also seemed remote. On a cruise it is difficult to realize with John Donne that: No man is an island, entire of itselfg every man is a piece of the continent, a part of the maing if a clod be washed away by the sea, Europe is the less, as well as if a prornontory were, as well as if a manor of thy friends or A cross to bear for a triumph unseen INFCRMANT a , ff , Jw J fy' 0 NW , .Va fg ?1. ,f , ff! U I W ' l of thine own wereg any man's death diminishes Ial::c?ts?a1ught1eIrg?1fo:1ft11ieS me, because I am involved in mankindg and bai rivalries. Q therefore never send to know for whom the bell tollsg it tolls for thee. 1 1 A. Shlifliif life iieaific Qs iowigf isndfmfk 'f 1, 1, 5 1 ' 4 M 'H li 11 3 ' I It , 155 l ,W I 11 V C , W f ii fi 5 M t Q 2 .1 1 I b 7 A W, I .T I ff ,U Aretha Frankin and Wilson Pickett lead the soul march Resurrection City: Gandhi tactics attempted. igfiiirissed force to Cope with liberal Mexico City prepared to host world athletes. d , DIIBGEK AB UBTE8 1 FIGHTING IN PBAGU M 1 in fab as Rm ta WKQXNR M ,f ' OW , Mans X ' " f ff 1 S X f if ct Qgfmpgg W ff' ,sits A Q 'ff' 1 4: '3' 1 Our ensign helped mourn the loss of the SCORPION's crew. Wiki Our cities suffer from frustration and misunderstanding ... la'-RQ X by 12 fl , ,M , if , 2 . Z 1 31 1 M . . '1 ' 'Y Y' Y I 'P o 1- X, ' . I p x M 1 I . 1 ,R 1 i '1 1 il 1 Y l 1 o X' 'Q,oN" .65JfSZKV1ff"N? idvfw-'Q4'-N, I ' 1 9 , 1 Q, gh., ' 3. w ix , if as R S 1 i a, Sl .rg I T, E "That's funnyg I dreamed about Point Loma last night." A familiar skyline ? 1 9 I 4 2 1 1 5 v !E s I ll it X, l, lf '! n l " S r' nl D l la r 1 fd Memories of the beauty of San Diego are recalled. 1 4 , iilfii' 2532 Now pier 5 is in view. SAN DIEGG 73 3 E I 1 1 N 1 AITING E r E E E a W gg,-Nz., ,, 5 QS? Zi M f HAPPY FIRST LINE i W N . N N , I . 5 W i F f 5. . f W! WWW , JW, OVER REUNICJ LADDER . . . and he held her in his arms, the Wife of his heart so faithful and so wise . . . so glad was Penelopia to see her husband at last, she held her White arms close around his neck and could not let him go. THE ODYSSEY WAITING FUR THE UNICN I .ati 1. a . o ff' K5 '. 4 5 , ,ala if 1 Q 1 3 W , Q , X ' i V..-1 X .ff-' ..-Vw I, ' ,Z Y E A 1 54 gs, pw 17' A v .-' 76. if 941 ff sit f '15 s. .iv 1 oi' s. 9' I Commander Louis C. Potter Executive Officer Cdr. Potter took over as XO just before the ship reached the States. As the crew of the UNION departed San Diego for the long trip to Westpac in February, no one realized just how much effort and teamwork would be needed before we returned home. To emphasize some of the effort put forward by the officers and crew, here are a few statistics: The Boatswain Mates used a total of 3,840 gallons of paint and 644 gallons of thinner in their spaces. The cooks prepared 636 meals and 136 "midrats" in which were consumed 8,808 loaves of bread, 9,740 gallons of milk, 7,659 dozen eggs, and 19,059 pounds of beef Qmostly roast beefy. Operations Department managed to use 31,6 miles of teletype paper. To combat the heat of the Asiatic sun, Supply sold 49.779 cans of pop. On April the llth Disbursing had its big- gest payday of the cruise totaling 3356,008.00. or an average of 3227.68 per man. Engineering showed skill in holding the fuel mileage to 23,5 gallons per nautical mile for a total consumption of 1,206,000 gallons of fuel. Navigation directed the UNION over 35,200 miles of water without so much as hitting a whale, We sail- ors with our variety of rates, our extremes of ages, and our diversity of back- ground and interests, shared the common desire for homecoming. We handled the emotions of separation to prepare for that happy calendardate. September 16 f i ,. , 2 7 7 4 3 I OFFICERS CAPT Robert Arthur, San Diego, California ENS Roger Akeley, Presque Isle, Maine ENS John Anderson, Ashville, North Carolina LT Donald Aubert, North Windham, Connecticut ENS Robert Batchelder, Bloomington, Indiana CAPT Edward Behm, Coronado, California LTJG Roderick Bentley, San Francisco, California CWO2 Eldon Bergan, Spring Valley, California LTJG John Case, Larchmont, New York LTJG Micheal Green, St. Petersburg, Florida LT Howard Hamilton, Chula Vista, California LT John Iaconis, Clarksburg, West Virginia LTJG Ralph Kvamme, San Diego, California LCDR Robert McQuay, San Diego, California LT Robert Mitchell, San Diego, California ENS Ralph Penny, Hartsdale, New York CDR Donald Prisby, San Diego, California LT Thomas Reeds, San Diego, California LT William Ross, San Diego, California CWO2 Anthony Sefcyk, San Diego, California ENS Thomas E. Strausbaugh, New Castle, Penn. LT Gerald Svetlik, San Diego, California ENS John Todd, Roseburg, Oregon CHIEFS SMC Lidio Caballero, San Diego, California SKCS Robert Emmons, Imperial Beach, California BMC Nathaniel Houseal, Woodlynne, New Jersey EMCM Andrew Irwin, Daytona, Florida BMCS Edsel Large, Santee, California MMC Ferrell Mower, National City, California BMCM Robert Pavich, San Diego, California HMC Ronald Penwell, Portsmouth, Virginia SKC Bienvenido Perez, San Diego, California BTC Emmett Pflueger, San Diego, California EMC Clarence Ransome, San Diego, California BTC Ross Tonsall, San Antonio, Texas RMCM Truman Twidwell, San Diego, California CSC Reford Witt, San Diego, California CREW TN Aureliano Abueg, Cavite, R,P, PCSN Gary Ackerman, Saginaw, Mich. FN Shannon Allbaugh, Kirkland, Washington QM2 Frank Alligood, Plymouth, Florida SK3 Daniel Armistead, Long Beach, California SA David Anderson, San Luis Obispo, California GMG1 Gale Bandle, San Diego, California EM2 Maxie Barker, National City, California SN Terry Barrett, San Diego, California FN James Battle, Detroit, Mich. BM2 Joseph Baumgardner, SN Charles Becker, Metropolis, Ill. MR3 Russel Bejmovicz, West Frankfort, Ill CYNSN Rohnald Benfield, Norfolk, Virginia SMSN Billy Bennett, Texarkana, Texas SN John Bergdoll, Hartford City, Ind. SN Paul Bernholtz, Des Moines, Iowa SN Phillip Bibbs, Bloomington, Ind. PN3 Paul Bielat, Garden Grove, California QMSN Eric Blakeman, Henderson, Kentucky EM2 Rolland Blanchard, Quebec, Canada RM3 James Brannan, Phoenix, Arizona FTG3 Grover Brewer, Pasco, Washington SN Donald Brickell, Kenosha, Wisconsin RMSN Larry Brigner, Fort Myers, Florida BMI Walton Brinson, Springfield, Georgia MMI Cecil Bryant, National City, California FN Bernard Buechel, Burlington, Iowa SD2 Melchor Burgos, Coronado, California BMSN Dannie ByarS, Memphis, Tenn- FA Edwin Byrt, Jacksonville, Florida SN Melvin Cain, Fair Play, South Carolina QM2 Todd Campbell, San Francisco, California ET1 William Campbell, San Francisco, California EN3 Wayne Carroll, Elma, Iowa SD3 Carlos Cervantes, Cvite, Philippines SN Richard Chandler, Fort Wayne, Ind. CSSN James Chappell, Cascade, Maryland TN Simon A. Clamosa, Cvite, Philippines YN3 James Clark, Provo, Utah SN David Cleveland, Scottdale, Georgia MM2 Simmie Collins, San Diego, California SN Ronald Blount, Detroit, Mich. SN Dennis Boelter, Durand, Mich. EN3 James Boelsems, Redwood City, California BT3 Richard Boyd, Great Bend, Kansas SN Michael Boyer, Lakeland, Florida FN Dean Conaway, Tree Oaks, Mich. BM3 Charles Cox, New York HM3 James Copp, Scranton, Penn. SK3 Stephen Cuddy, Providence, R,I, BTI Thomas B. Cross, San Diego, California ENFN Dennis Crow, Westcliff, Colorado BT2 Richard Cunningham, Frackville, Penn. MM2 Ivan Curry, Parkersburg, West Virginia YN3 Martin Dalzell, Whittier, California FN Ryan Dancer, Springfield, Oregon EN2 Clark Davies, Renton, Washington RMSN Arnold Derrickson, Waco, Texas RD3 Ronald Diehl, Fort Wayne, Ind. MMFN Roger Dorma, St. Paul, Minnesota EN3 Jerry Dubach, Dixon, California BT2 Houston Duke, Nashville, Tenn, GMGSN David Elston, Spencer, Iowa FN Richard Erlander, Duluth, Minnesota FN Richard Fassnacht, Cincinnati, Ohio SN Richard Favretto, Vineland, New Jersey SN Michael Federman, Dearborn, Michigan FN Jerry Ferguson, New Carlisle, Ohio TN Benjamin Feria, Sambales, Philippines EN2 John Flemming, San Diego, California BM3 James Fox, New Market, Tennessee IC2 Paul Frankfurter, Chelterham, Pa. BM3 James Frawley, New Iberia, La. SN Nash Freeman, Fairmont, N,C, SFP3 Daniel Frey, Macungie, Penn. BTFN Johnny Gaberdiel, Elk City, Oklahoma SA Thomas George, Hilliard, Ohio BM3 Richard Gibson, San Diego, California MMI Roger Goodall, Petersburg, Florida SN Danny Green, Linden, Michigan BM3 Melvin Green, Linden, Michigan SHL2 Chester Greer, San Diego, California FN Michael Griffin, Hot Springs, Arkansas SN Thomas Hafferkamp, Kansas City, Kansas BM3 Allen Hall, Baltimore, Maryland SN Stephen Hall, Sacramento, California FN Wayne Halladay, Elma, Washington BM2 Daniel Hallesy, Minnesota SN Kerny Hamblen, Van Texas ETRSN Willis Hamaker, Marvel, Alabama SN James Hammers, Molinos, California BM3 Walter Harrell, Hartford, Conn. RM3 David Haveman, Holland, Michigan SN Steven Hayes, Lafeyette, Indiana SN Richard Hawkins, Madison, Ga. FA Gilberto Hernandez, Brooklyn, New York SK3 John Hertell, Whittier, California RDSA Bruce Helm, New York, New York SM2 Ralph Hicks, Lakeside, California RD3 William Holderness, Gilman City, Missouri SN Gary Hosapple, Villa Grove, Illinois , I Q ,vi EM2 Richard Holtman, Pittsburgh, Penn. EMFN Robert Howick, San Diego, California HM2 Michael Hudlow, San Diego, California BMSN Jerry Hulen, Detroit, Texas SR Richard Jacks, Pell Lake, Wisconsin SA Robert Jacobs, Fort Totten, Wisconsin MM3 David Johnson, Wathena, Kansas ETR2 David Johnson, Etna, California BM3 Robert Johnson, Lemon Grove, California MM3 Charles A. Jones, Portland, Texas SN Gary E. Joseph, Pleasant Hill, California RMI Richard F. Jugar, Phoenix, Arizona FN Paul A. Kapper, Elwood, Indiana SFM2 Joseph A. Katlubeck, Marianna, Pennsylvania FN John Kitchen, Swannanoa, North Carolina SN Terran L. Klein, Klamath Falls, Oregon IC2 Leon J. Krutchen, Lodi, Wisconsin MR2 James T. Krause, San Diego, California SA Samuel J. Lambert, Cherokee, N, C, SN Larry A. Leeberg, San Diego, California SN James E. LeGrande, Jefferson City, Mo. SN Kenneth E. Lindblom, Beloit, Wisconsin BT3 William T. Lindsey, Columbus, Ohio SN Paul W. Lobush, San Leandro, California EN3 Bruce E. Loper, Des Moines, Iowa SN James V. Lovelace, Doland, South Dakota SN Gregory L. Lutz, Pontiac, Michigan SN Dalton Ian MacDonald, Bronx New York FN James E Maguire, Burlington, Massachusetts FA Stanley J Marchlewski Jr , Burrell, Pa FN Salvatore C Marino Jr , Deptford, N J SN David Martisius, Crestline, California FN William McCormack, Oknulgee, Oklahoma SR Robert McDonald, Montebello, California FN David McGee, Klamath Falls Oregon FN Leo Mclllaney, Bay City, Michigan HMI Adolphus Mclver, San Diego, California BM3 Alex McM1llon, Memphis Tennessee FN Gary Meagher, Sterling, Illinois SMl George Miller, San Diego, California RD3 Charles Miller Dayton, Ohio QM3 Richard Morris, West Covina, California FN Dennis Morrow, Akron, Ohio FN Rodney Mott, Hamilton, Illinois SN Geoffrey Musser, San Francisco, California ! A D f . n . Q O I I 7 i s- , I l I ,fff If A . I , X, f I ,W M tt 2 ' X as 1 i I 1 RD3 Charles Miller, Swannanoa, North Carolina TN Arturo Nafarrete, Pangasinan, P,R, ETR2 Carlton Nash, Chelan, Washington RDSN William Newman, Buffalo, New York SN Thomas Niblack, Carmel, Indiana BM3 James Nolen, Sious City, Iowa FN Ronald Oates, Alamo, California ICFN John O'Hara, Drexel Hill, Pa. RD2 Gary Olsen, Bountiful, Utah BMI Clinton Orris, Leechburg, Pa. SN Jerry Owens, Redlands, California TN Isauro Paje, Zambales, R,P, CS3 Bill Palafox, San Jose, California SDI Richard Palmer, San Diego, California TN Ricardo Paule, Pampanga, Philippines SN Gary Pfeifer, Austin, Minnesota SA Royce Pollock, Auburn, Indiana SN Clarence Powell, Cedarstown, Georgia HN Gary Patch, Wallingford, Vermont BM2 Edwin Rasmussen, San Diego, California TN Arturo Raza, Rizal, Philippines BT3 John Redding, Omaha, Nebraska CS1 Robert Reid, Carrollton, Georgia SN Joseph Reyes, San Diego, California FN Dennis Ricardo, Turlock, California FN William Robertson, Montclair, California SH3 Thomas W Robinson, Detroit, Michigan SN Elie Rodrigue, Houma, La SN James Rogers, La Mirada, California EN2 George Ross, San Diego, California SFl William Rutherford, San Diego, California SFPFN Kerry Sanders, Tracy City, Tennessee TN Teofilo Sayson, San Carlos, Philippines SN Donald Schreiber, Imperial Beach California CYN3 John Schunn, El Cajon, California TN Rogelio Semper, Loomis, California EN3 Robert Shatek Elma, Iowa BMl Charles Shaver, Spring Valley, California MM2 Dennis Shaw, Central Point, Oregon GMG2 James Shea, Miami, Florida RM2 Tom Sites, Rotan, Texas SA Robert Snipes, Pelham, Georgia FN Daniel Spires, Lancaster, Ohio FN Lawrence Spires, Lancaster, Ohio SN Jerry Sparks, Phyllis, Kentucky FN Michael Stephenson, Cincinatti, Ohio SHI Andrew Sterling, San Diego, California SN Roger Swanson, Duluth, Minnesota BM3 Eugene Taylor, San Diego, California FTG2 Ronald Sutton, Plainfield, New Jersey FN Harold Teeters, Stayton, Oregon SM3 Perry Thies St Louis, Mo RM2 Charles Thomas, Chickamauga, Georgia DC2 Quentm Thomas Cleveland, Georgia RDSN Felix Tomkosky, Johnston, Pa SM3 Kenneth Thompson, Lone Jack Missouri ETN2 Edward Trainer Atlanta Georgia RM3 James Tune, Baton Rouge, La EN3 Thomas Turnbull, Garden Valley, Idaho FN John Ureste Long Mott, Texas Where lies the final harbor, whence we unmoor no more 'P EMFA John Volkman, Oshkosh, Wisconsin BTFN James Wailes, Houston, Texas YN2 Irving Waldo, Randolph Center, Vermont FN William Walters, Chamblee, Georgia BM1 Ernest Walton, Orange Park, Florida ENl John Warfield, Goshen, Ohio FN David Washenfelder, Nederland, Texas SN William B. West, Stockton, California FN Richard Whipple, Spokane, Washington MM3 Ronald Wiley, Riverside, California MM3 Willie Williams, Galveston, Texas IC3 Douglas Williams, Hemet, California BMl James Williamson, Pascagoula, Mississippi SN Mark Winkel, Lafayette, California DK3 Rodney Winn, Clemens, Michigan FN Bruce Winship, Duluth, Minnesota MMFN Thomas Worley, Belleville, Illinois GMG3 Roy Wright, Robins, Georgia SN James Wright, Brattlebord, V,T, SK3 Ricardo Yabut, Manila, Philippines WALSWORTH X , . . 1 a -I . . . P n 1 l I i - ' - l ' v I ' , ' . i ' 5, 7 2 7 I ll , ra ' 80 e I 1 Ma el' e, Mo., U.S.A. If 7 r ' E V 5 H Q. il I 1. Qi Ei '1 il pi 1 ,. 1 m I I 4 1 s . v '1 Ai " X ' lnuuvu Jima Q66 I Ruhown Jima I , Y I S f . V N '5 . 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