Vincennes (CG 49) - Naval Cruise Book

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The indent- ed fess line represents the ice of the Antartlc continent which was discovered and named by Lt Charles Wilkes of the Vin- cennes 1n 1840. The ADtaICt1C wastes and lcebergs are alluded to by the white area in center base which bears a lead line weight of the early 19th century period, referring to the new data in charts and cartography gathered by the surveys made during expeditions with the Vincennes as flagship The S11- ver fleur-de-11s in chief refers to the French origin of the name Vincennes and the fort 1n Indi- ana after which the ships were named The eight gold stars on a light blue bordure represent the Bat- tle Stars awarded to CA 44 and CL 64 during World War II and refer again to the State of Indi- ana whose flag bears gold stars on a blue field The Navy IS re- presented on the shleld by blue and gold colors usually associ- ated w1th the Navy CREST The embattled wall recalls the Fort Vincennes 1n Indiana Its color red refers to battle and the three battlements to the three earlier vessels named Vincennes The compass rose repre- sents global navlgation and exploration The clover is a refer- ence to the new ship s distinction as third of its class and recalls the botanical surveys of the first Vincennes The guided missile and rifle represent new and old weaponry carrled by the latest and the first Vincennes The blue disc is a reference to the Antarctic skies and the first Vincennes explorations 1 X XXW,iw.XV. 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USS Vincennes Sloop-of-War 1826-1867 The first Navy warship to be named Vlncennes was a 780-ton vessel with a length of 127 feet a small ship compared to the mighty cruisers to follow The 18-gun sloop-of-war bu1lt 1n New York and commissloned on August 27 1826 was the first U S warsh1p to clrcumnavlgate the globe eventually completlng f1V6 around-the- World cruises In 1836 Vincennes was selected as the flagship for LT'Charles Wllkes U S South Sea Surveying and Exploring Expeditlon to the Antarct1c and South Amerlca' Cartographers aboard the Vlncennes drafted charts that are still in use today ' In company with the USS Columbus VIDCCDHBS became the f1rst American warsh1p to V1S1t Japan Although dlplomatic t1es were not est bl h d th d Vincennes contributions to the early exploration expedltions of the UD1t6d States included v1s1ts to G uam Macao Ch1na Manlla Puget Sound and Petropavlovsk RUSS13 The sloop was also lnstrumental ln suppressing the slave trade off Afr1ca With the outbreak of hostilities 1n the C1Vll War the Vincennes was ass1gned to the Gulf Blockadlng Squadron commanding the sh1ps off the M1ss1ssipp1 coast The Shlp served her country dutifully capturing two Confederate Blockade Runners On October 5 1867 after more than 41 years of naval sea SGTVICG the sloop of war Vlncennes W ld t - - as so a public auctlon in Boston for S5 000 . 7 7 I I 9 , ' . , I I 7 7 ' ' 7 . I I , , I I . J a 1S e IS expe 1t1on paved the way for Commodore Perry's successful negotia- tions. ' , ' ' I I I I I I I I I , 1 9 1 y - I I . . I I. . 0 , . . . ' 9 . .i 7 . , . , . USS Vincennes, CCA-441 Heavy Cruiser, 1937-1942 The heavy cruiser USS Vincennes QCA-441 was launched on May 21, 1936 and was commissioned on February 24, 1937. It has a displacement of 9,400 tons and was 588 feet long. Her armament included nine 8-inch guns and eight 5-inch guns. Vincennes carried a crew of 950 officers andmen. After commissioning, the Vincennes commenced a 10,000nm shakedown cruise, visiting port cities in Sweden, Finland, England, and France. The ship's military contributions began immediately, conducting neutrality patrols in the Atlantic, most notably safeguarding a shipment of French gold from Casablanca, Morocco to the United States. Vincennes' first wartime mission was to escort the aircraft carrier USS Hornet. The ship contributed to the successful launch of Col. James Doolittle's 16 Army B-25 bombers used in the infamous raid on Tokyo, conducted April 18, 1942. , The heavy cruiser was first fired upon during the Battle of Midway shooting down numerous Japanese planes while defending the aircraft carr1er Yorktown The Vincennes continued to see action protecting the amphibious landing at Guadacanal and patroling the Solomon Islands While operating in the waters off Savo Island on August 9 1942 the Vincennes and sister sh1ps USS Astoria and USS Quincy were attacked by a Japanese task force Taken by surprise the ship was hit at least 57 times by 8-inch shell and multiple torpedoes before she stubbornly sank cllmaxing a brilliant career of service USS V1ncennes CCL-645 Light Cruiser 1943-1966 The th1rd Vlncennes CCL-645 was a llght crulser launched on July 17 1943 and comm1ss1oned January 22 1944 The ship dlsplaced 10 000 tons and was 601 feet long Her maln battery cons1sted of twelve 6-1nch and twelve 5-lnch guns VIDCGDHGS carr1ed a crew of 1 000 offlcers and men After an 1ntens1ve trainlng per1od Vlncennes was quickly ass1gned to Task Force 58 1n May 1944 shootlng down her flrst of many aircraft on June 10 1n the Marshall Islands Late that month Vincennes was instrumen- tal to the taking of Iwo Jlma Saipan Guam and Tinian prov1d1ng a protectlve a1r umbrella around the amphlblous forces and alrcraft carrlers Vincennes played a key combat role 1n the Battle of Ph1l1pp1ne Sea and conducted shore bombardment on Ngesebus Pelellu and Angaur Island While screemng for fast attack carriers in the Battle of Leyte Gulf Vincennes dlscovered a Japanese crulser d l an prompt y sank the enemy warship After the battle the light crulser was ass1gned patrol duty and conducted several air strlkes agalnst enemy sh1pp1ng 1n the v1c1nity of Formosa Demonstrating her multlple mlssion capabllities Vlncennes flred 5 836 6-lnch rounds and 10 583 5-lnch rounds agalnst the island of Okinawa destroymg gun troop and ammunltlon emplacements ashore Her service did not end with Japan s surrender Partlclpating 1n Operation Magic Carpet VIHCSDIQGS transported sailors and mar1nes home to thelr families In 1968 the cruiser that had served so admlrably gave 1ts ultimate sacrifice sunk while servlng as a target 1n a m1ss1le experiment p USS Vincennes CCG-491, Guided Missile Cruiser, 1985-Present The fourth Vincennes ICC-491 is a sleek, new Ticonderoga-class AEGIS equipped guided missile cruiser designed to provide protection for carrier battle groups. Commissioned on July 6, 1985, the ship is 567 feet long and displaces 9,600 tons. It is powered by four gas turbine engines and has a combat weapons system second to none, centered around the ultra- modern phased array ANXSPY-1A radar. After commissioning, Vincennes entered the Pacific Fleet via the Panama Canal, becoming the first Aegis cruiser in the Pacific. In May of 1986, she participated in the Multi- National Exercise RIMPAC 86. During that exercise, Vincennes coordinated the Anti-Air Warfare efforts for the "Blue" Force, consisting of two aircraft carriers and over forty ships from five nations. In August of 1986, USS Vincennes deployed to the Western Pacific and Indian Oceans. During this first ever Pacific deployment of an Aegis Cruiser, USS Vincennes served as Anti-Air Warfare Commander with both USS Carl Vinson QCVN- 70J and USS New Jersey CBB-625 Battlegroups. She also operated jointly with the Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force and Royal Australian Navy. USS Vincennes returned home via the North Pacific, participating in Kernal Potlach 87-1, which would earn the ship a Meritorious Unit Commendation. Port calls included Hong Kong, Perth, Australia, Mombasa, Kenya' Pusan and Inchon Korea' Singapore' Yokosuka, Japan, Diego Garciag and Subic Bay, P.l. In 1987 Vincennes participated in the Portland Rose Festival Fleet Week in San Francisco and numerous CN O projects. 1988 has been a busy year for the ship. USS Vincennes served as Anti-Air Warfare Commander for Kernal Usher 88-1 Kernal Blitz 88-1 Readi-Ex 88-1 and Readi-Ex 88-2. Originally scheduled to deploy in June of 1988 to the Western Pacific and Australia the ship was called upon to deploy in April with only 96 hours of preparations USS Vincennes duties included Anti-Air Warfare Commander of the Persian Gulf and the Forrestal QCV-591 and Carl Vinson CCVN-705 Battle- groups. Port calls included the Seychelles' Singapore' Phuket Thailand Hong Kong Subic Bay Philippines' and Hawaii. Since commissioning USS Vincennes has successfully fired more than 40 Standard missiles 35 Anti-Submarine Weapons 800 five inch projectiles and a Harpoon missile. The ship has earned the Combat Action Ribbon the Meritorious Unit Commendation Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal Battle Efficiency Award and the COMNAVSURFPAC AAW Excel- lence Award. X To Team 49: When we set our clocks ahead in April, we had no idea that we would 'spring forward' forty days and deploy virtually overnight to the Persian Gulf The 96 hour turn around from a major at sea exercise was accomplished in the outstanding manner that is QWXXQNK Q typical of Team 49's' performance. I From the moment of departure, we were the focus of national and international attention, a scrutiny all of you bore with grace and style. K I J ' Despite grueling environmental conditions and a difficult combat environment, you diligently accomplished your duties without a complaint. Whether conducting UNRBPs, long hours at Flight Quarters, operating the engineering plant, or fresh water scrub of 'The Lady,' you completed all tasks with aplomb. When put to the test, you the crew of 'Team 49' performed as ai team in a complex, compressed, and violent situation, and did I precisely what was required of the moment without hesitation and in a completely professional manner.-'You have been tested in the crucible of combat and passed that test with distinction. I ' The Arabian Gulf deployment' of VINCBNNES was demanding, trying, and at times, dangerous, but above all, it was rewarding and meaningful. Our mission was executed in direct support of national interests. There can be no higher tribute to all of you than - 'Team 49, America's !inest.' It has been my honor to command this masterpiece of American ftechnology and the men who form her heart. I could not have been gblessed with a finer crew, if I had hand-picked you all myself. I jthank you for your courage, professionalism and support. O t A D vga s 'sf'ef DA G 45, , f M T Q A Kimi 5 .Qi Captain W.C. Rogers, III Commanding Officer CAPTAIN WILL C ROGERS III USN Captain Will C. Rogers III was born in Fort Worth Texas. After attending Baylor University he was commis- sioned in December 1965 through Offi- cer Candidate School. His first tour of duty was on board USS INDEPEN- DENCE fCV-62J where he qualified as Engineering Watch Officer and served as Main Propulsion Division Officer and Assistant Combat Information Center Officer. Following his tour in USS INDE- PENDENCE Captain Rogers was transferred to USS GEORGE K. MAC- KENZIE IDD-8361 for duty as Main Propulsion Assistant and subsequent- ly Combat Information Center Officer. In December 1969 following gradu- ation from Destroyer School Captain Rogers reported as Commissioning Op- erations Officer to USS VREELAND QFF-10683. After his tour onboard USS VREELAND Captain Rogers received orders to USS EXPLOIT KMSO-4405 for duty as Commanding Officer. Upon detachment from USS EX- PLOIT Captain Rogers attended the Armed Forces Staff College in Norfolk Virginia followed by duty in the office of the Secretary of Defense CWeapons Systems Evaluation Groupj and the Systems Analysis Division HOP-96J of the Office of the Chief of Naval Oper- ations. After departing OP-96, Captain Rog- ers was assigned as Commissioning Ex- ecutive Officer of USS DAVID R. RAY IDD-9711. Upon completion of his Ex- ecutive Officer tour, he was assigned as the Gas Turbine Type Desk Officer on the Staff of Commander, Naval Surface Force, U.S. Pacific Fleet. In September 1981, Captain Rogers took command of USS CUSHING KDD- 9851. Upon relief in August 1984, he was assigned to the Chief Of Naval Oper- ations Strategic Studies Group as a CNO Fellow. Prior to receiving orders as Com- manding Officer of USS VINCENNES CCG-495, Captain Rogers served as Head, Unified CINC and Joint Pro- gram Analysis Section in the Program Planning Division KOP-901 of the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations. Captain Rogers' decorations include the Meritorious Service Medal, Joint Service Commendation Medal, Navy Commendation Medal with Combat "V" and Gold Star in lieu of third award, Combat Action Ribbon, Navy Unit Commendation, Meritorious Unit Commendation with Bronze Star, and various campaign and service medals. Captain Rogers is married to Sharon Rogers of Fort Worth, Texas. They have a son, Will Rogers IV, and current- ly reside in San Diego, California. 11 CDR RICHARD P FOSTER EXECUTIVE OFFICER LCDR DOUGLAS D MCDONALD EXECUTIVE CDR Rlchard P Foster was born 1n Honolulu, Ha wa11 Upon graduatlon from h1gh school he entered the Umted States Naval Academy CAnnapol1sJ 1n June 1970 He was awarded a Bachelor of Sclence degree 1n Analytlcal Management In June 1974 he was commlssloned an Enslgn 1n the Umted States Navy CDR Foster s f1rst tour of duty was on USS Fox CCG 335 as Gunnery Offlcer, Flrst Lleuten ant and Damage Control Asslstant From there, he re ported to NMPC 831 as Head of the Petty Offlcer Qual 1ty Control Revlew Board After golng through Surface Warfare Offlcer Depart ment Head School 1n Newport Rhode Island the com mander Jolned USS Blgelow CDD 9421 as Weapons Off1 cer He followed Wlth a tour as Operat1ons Offlcer on USS Kldd CDDG 9935 CDR Foster s next asslgnment was w1th NMPC 411 as a Lleutenant Commander Detaller, then served as CRUDESLANT Placement Offlcer In 1986 he Jolned the crew of Team 49 as Executlve Offlcer of USS Vlncennes CCG 495 H1s awards lnclude the Navy Commendatlon Medal Navy Ach1evement Medal three Battle E s and a Navy Expedltlonary Medal OFFICER LCDR McDonald graduated from the Unlversrty of Idaho w1th a Bachelor of Sclence degree ln blology 1n May 1976 Commlssloned as an Enslgn he was 1n1t1ally asslgned as Nav1gator on board USS AGERHOLM CDD 8265 USS AGERHOLM was the last of the aCt1Ve FRAM destroyers and was navlgated by LCDR McDonald on a South PaClf1C crulse that saw many port v1s1ts 1n New Zealand and Australra After decomm1ss1on1ng USS AGERHOLM ln December 1978 LCDR McDonald was ordered to the pre commlsslonlng crew of USS HARRY W HILL CDD 9865 as Antl Submarlne Warfare Offlcer Contlnulng to work ln the fleld of ASW LCDR McDonald reported 1n Aprll 1981 to Fleet Antl Submarlne Warfare Tfalnlng Center Pa C1f1C as an lnstructor IH the tactlcal tralnlng department Whlle serv 1ng there he earned a subspeclalty ln ASW and completed a Masters of SCIGDCB degree ln Systems Management from the Unlverslty of Southern Callfornla Upon graduatlng from the Department Head Course Surface War fare Offlcer School 1n 1983 he reported to USS BUCHANAN CDD 143 as Weapons Offlcer Whlle servlng on board he converted the Weapons Department over to a Combat Systems organlzatlon and completed another South PaClf1C crulse LCDR McDonald s next asslgnment was to USS ANTIETAM CCG 541 as commlsslonlng Combat Systems Offlcer from Aprll 1985 untll June 1988 Durlng th1s tour he spearheaded the successful comple tlon of numerous Combat Systems operatlonal tests lncludlng the launch of 30 SM 2 BLK II standard mlsslles and four Tomahawk crulse mlsslles LCDR McDonald relleved CDR Foster As Executlve Offxcer of USS VINCENNES ln August of 1988 LCDR McDonald s awards lnclude the Navy Commendatlon Med al Navy Achievement Medal and varlous unlt and servlce rlbbons ' l 1 S . 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' X, gi I ,f +.f , M - .. , 3 1 SK Q , W P f , Q , 4 - Y , 1 1 "ME - 5 ,0 4 1515 NCC Kubicz, W.W. 4 ,,, xv' 1, 1" 15 ,Q ' , , ,, , PSN sf, 5' Eff lfrxi' Wi :gf A my S ,fy R 5 E r ' x mm, 2 SPSS - 5 A Y ,, EWC Overbey, GMC Pipkin, S.H. ICC Ramsey, RR. MSC Baluyot, A.I. OSC Stalvey, T.W, T.M DCC Meyer, D.R. I Q35 MSC Gonzales, E.R. S DIES is FCC Mitchell, 'P W PYJQNA s' 4g,uS:4f X' Y s - law. Y 255 Uma R, MAC Taylor, S.J. QMC Townsend, T.W. High Speed Transit From the moment the Vincennes got the orders to proceed to the Persian Gulf it was all engines ahead flank Upon arrival, the ship discovered it had set the record for transit- ing the Pacific by a warship. Speculation was great- would the Vincennes spearhead a major assault on Iran, or would the ship's arri- val bring long awaited peace? Only time would tell . . . E fansif i 1. Homemk E01 Iheq dlothy nm, iheshy had trails? ic by eg culaticl xuld thi arhead on 1ip's g awaxffj ly tlzj M X L . 1 J ' -8- 'Q- 'P Departmen KJ f' ,ff U I f wtf .4 f ,f iffy, '- 1 4' mm ww . .W , ,4,f,,,.f, it , WH 'Wu my "" 4 71317 if, ,Wm 4 f ,4'w" ' N ' H A1r Department -pv- . M' ' 5 H Q i , 4 --'lf Air Department IS responsible for the ' "img 17" i-M 1 M maintenance and operatlons of the two embarked SH 60B helicopters Desplte " the requlrements to continuously con duct flight operations While in the Per- slan Gulf the hehcopters were kept ln a hlgh state of readlness. A1r A6g1S pro- vided the Vincennes with an extended set of eyes and ears. f f , f 4 1 ff, Y, , 1 MM! if 12 ', I fhjgigwfi mum- 4 ,f-"" ' WMM W -mm 0 f, I 4 in 'lv AW1 Hadley, J.B. AX1 Henning, AE1 Rausch JS. S H , -.rg -ling, . ' Agaghallendeff AX2 COUWHY, PJ- A131-132 Hornback, AD2 Licari, J.R. AW2 Moser, R.A. AE2 A., , RX Simpson, F- AW2 Zilge S-R AMH3 Grospitch, AD3 Montgomery, AMSAN Buhler, AEAN Gial-fame, D E K C J D A.J. mx of lhe ffl DK lwslyu in the? hw fiat, milieu wi sw I - wa ix. K, w.,Nt . ' f ' P' , ,nm AM W 4 'fs ww J 55, ,W ..W,,n,, WW, .y,, 5 P a I W ' 1 W ff' W Tw' , Af W, W 1? ' f 7 I al X 'I'5f f f 4 f ljwuwn' , ww? KW A ,f F4 If 'Q f f f' Www . 475 am Mmm NXNNN ,W W ,,,,,.,.- W XXXRN QM A ' ww Q75 tv :L 'SN . u :ff ? E2 , x , 4 1 I . N tsff -H A' ll 5 Q Systems Department ffb Q CA DIVISION responsibilities on this deploy- ment What didn't we do? From standing sonar Watches to acting as boatswain mates on the fantail, our duties in- cluded standing 25mm watches, small arms watches, maintaining all sonar gear, preserv- ing space, and other various tasks which we always seem to take on. In other Words, if you want something done just ask "CAN Division if you want it done right. Uhr!! STG1 STG1 Ma es STG1 R' E eb ht,P'J. TMI Haber, B.A. Y , isner, STG2 STG2 K 1 k g rec . M.C. D.E. Christensen, M.L. OS OS e STG3 Ashburn ' X f I J I 1 -mi., I 1 I N. if av ' x STCQS Bartelt, STQGS Camaro, TM3 Hild, J. STG3 Hlle S.R. STV9iqLew1s, STCESVIKII Glomboske STGSN G1-311511 f ,QW,.,,,mQ Xwmggg, , , 7 . ,0,i!.., CW - -- -"'f 1::.L.gEC.L ...V "Y 1' 41151. -4. .. W ,,:,. - 245. ,,,A,,,..r,..-.-,... .x,--- - ,bH,... W Z: :apron- Y-,nr A ,,,g.,.4f: Y' ' - 'gl' "" 4..f., .,,.. . -.,.,-,,,,...-..- VA '- CE DIVISION was responsible for the preven- tative and corrective maintenance of the ship's Interior Communication, Exterior Communica- tion, and Conventional Radar Systems. CE was additionally responsible for the programming, op- erations, and maintenance of the Ship's Enter- tainment System. CE was UFLAWLESSH in '88 '-'Wim Eg, l5YY"il! ET1 Nielson, ET1 Wuest, B.J. IC2 Amidon, 'li 1, -M' . asm. .mg IC2 Chapin, T.B. IC2 Gerns, W.D. ET2 Maruszewski, ET2 MCNe1ey ET2 Mehlhaff G A T L T D 1 7 IC2 Watso 45, 1 X--,A f HID, iii., n,A. IC2 WieSe,A.F. Eqfjffvgledden, Egufluffman - ET3 Hunter, J.D. ET3 Murray, ET3 Nichols, IC3 Slaughter, ET3 Sullivan, W.R. Jr. M.S. M.T. P.J. Q is - FC1 Kaiser D B FC1 Lanehart FC1 Lightcap, FC1 Murillo F R E R W R A ' CF DIVISION is responsible for the maintenance and opera- tion of various fire control sys- tems onboard the most sophis- ticated of Aegis Cruisers. Many hours were spent maintaining and troubleshooting radars, computers, and displays crucial to the successful operation of the different elements of the cruiser Vincennes. gat UVFI FC1 Archer, FC1 Coyne M D FC1 Gaylord UCI Isaac RE -' C1 Ryerson FC2 Groover FC2 Hendon T L T A R J fi - -Hkl, 'FII- FC2 Hunt, D.N. FC2 Lane, DR. FCI? lgasquale, FC2 Paxton, RA. F02 Smith, ML. FCQ Smith, T.D. ' FCR'2Spe-ncer, - W - -an . ., -H -is if Q ' FC2 Supprenant FC2 Thomas FC2 Whitelaw FC2 Zunino FC3 Kooyman FC3 Deerman, FC3 Garretson, . . . . A.B. Jr. . . . . . . D.E. 1- f" j L ,'., j i.. x x' ggfx ' xr QQ . QM 4 ' . K , FC3 Malucci, FC3 McCarty, FC3 McMahon, FC3 Medina, FC3 Murphy, FC3 Schwisow, D.P. J.W. F.C. MR. D.M. C.L. FC3 Schoeb, R.C Wllr HIFI. Z GMG1 Ayala, D. GMM1 COX, R.L. GMG1 La Pierre, GMM1 Schulze, GMM2 Brands, GMM2 Lavergne, GMM2 Taschek RG. C.A. C.R. R J l X 559214 , f JW 1 W I f A , My CO DIVISION is responsible for the mainten- ance, repair, and operation of USS Vincennes' two MK 26 Mod 5 AAWXASW Missile Launchers, two ,Q ., . , xxksfi 2 :BBL MK 45 Mod QI Surface to Air! Surface to Surface Gun Mounts, and all the ship's small arms. GMM2 Osborne, GMM2 Preston, W, -ru. GMM-2 Trump, GMG3 Bula, GMG3 Glennon, GMMSN Grable, D. E.G. T.lVI. SE. I X STG1 Pitman, E.R. Combat Systems Test Division Calso known as CSD got and did all the jobs that nobody else wanted. Among their myriad of responsi- bilities: CPOXPOIC of CBS Night orders, coordinating and schedul- ing all systems maintenance as well as tracking and documenting all the little "glitches" that always seem to happen to systems only when you're too far away from everything to get any help. FCCSCSWJ Robertson and FCCCSWD Kaus kept busy coordinating watchbills and keeping the troops' morale up. STG1 Pitman ran the technical library and stood lots of CSOOW watches. , 42 , , X 1 ' 4 X X9 A I f V X A x ,.-. ,, X . A . -f vs "1- ,. 2- -- Z Department Engineerin 4, f f r , if , r , fyyy V gif 4 ' V- 4 , -owl 1 I f, i " , QS N 5 Sw S ig, il SX lj ff,- , Q XX V Q X15 ,Q X 3 , E EN1 shiveiy EN2 st. AUXILIARY DIVISION, more commonly known as HA" Division, maintains all the equipment used to provide the comforts of home and to make the ship a tolerable place to live, How could the ship's crew and some equipment survive with- out air conditioning? Heating, laundry, fresh water and all galley equipment also comprise the list. "A" Gang also main- tains various equipment in support of Engineering Plant Oper- ations and are often viewed as the unsung heroes of the Engi- neering Department. EN1 Morrison EN2 Ochoa A . . Germain S.E. EN3 Caudill, ENFN Ahlert, E J .E. J .E. 1 NFA I ENFN IIIIHGI' Grovanetti, Z1 man, C.J. It A if E DIVISION is responsible for the operation of the ship's electrical distribution, lighting systems, electrical and auxiliary equipment, along with all elec- trical appliances. Electricans' duties include installation, op- eration, adjustment, routine maintenance, inspection, and the testing and repairing of elec- trical equipment. They are trained to interpret electrical sketches, diagrams, and blue- prints. , A . wa s 1 s ' I f - .1 ,ff ggikjg 1155 sf K A ' ' ZW rggrfsffr ,Qt ,K f H I ,K V E: . .. -lf., "tr, I 4 5 , EM2 Christy, K.E. EM3 Stemmler, FN Polanco, L.A I D.P. A L GZMR? Glinoga GZEilIHester GZIXQIJZ Hughes GSEMA? Jinkeng, GSE2 The MAIN PROPULSION DIVISION con- sists of five workcenters which are collectively responsible for maintenance of the ship's four gas turbine main engines, three gas turbine generators, and their associated equipmentg quality control of fuel oil, lube oil, and waste heat boilers, gauge calibration, and mainten- ance of propulsion-related electronics. The plant is maintained in such an operational sta- tus that the ship can deploy on short notice and effectively steam to anywhere Vincennes is needed. As a result of deployment readiness, Vincennes, with only 72 hours notice, was able to make a single ship trans-Pacific crossing in record-setting time with an unprecedented zero casualty rate for propulsion equipment. mfs! -YM 1 - - Ketchersid, R.D. 9' ,,.x 5? -BFI! GSM2 GSE2 Stewart, GSM3 Meyer McKimmey, C.L. ' f K M eee eeee 3- M x X X Q Q , ,Q X mi ,Q N 4 Q X. , 3 4 f Q x Q X X X gr Q W , S XX SX X x Ng f Q X f Jpv Q Y X xv We Sy X , X Q K N AX X N N S X X ex X X W Xb ff f S N we - ' X X x, Q E X X N, XX N N X 4, Q - , ' wx 1 X Q, X X NN X x . N X id N4 -. X . -- x N, - my X X Q ' 4 I " ' Q U 1 f f 1 2 S 1 1 l 1 F Q J GSMFN i GSE3 Munoz, M. GSM3 Wilson, GSM3 Wise, C.S. GSMFN L.D. Loughary, E.L. Tomaino, T.M. M 47 Damage Controlmen . . . Hull Technicians . . . Welders , , , Plumbers . . . Repair Lockers endless hours on Helo Crash and Rescue Team . . . Sounding and Security watches . . . Fire Dept, Engine 49. In short, Repair Division. As the name implies, R-DIV is frequently tasked to repair, improve, or create something with limited materials while under- way. We fabricated a new part for the forward gun mount allowing Vincennes to successfully fire the guns on all occasions. With available materials, we created a MARS antenna allowing phone calls home from the ship. Additionally, MR1 made several plaques and created very impressive ashtrays from 5" shell cases. Ever prepared to demonstrate our DC prowess, we almost had the opportunity to assist the HMS Southhampton. On Wog Day, however, the shellbacks of R-DIV served as Royal Fire Fighters, keeping all the Wogs Cool. ' Westpac H88 kept R-DIVISION busy on a daily basis. We saw HT2 Cooper win a S1400 stereo, enjoyed shopping in all the ports, and had an enjoyable time. K fifywf DC3 Taylor, HTFR Collins, FN Smith, L.M N R P D f We f Q M Z f f I f , , 5 I E FN Steen, E.M H 16 1, . Y f. ix V is - .,.,,., L 0 ,, t iii? w -.,.,,... ' faxx if 71 f' ., Department ' Executive Liwnt 5 1 t NX NX Division is perhaps the most diverse division on board USS Vincennes. Quartermasters find a plot of our direction at sea, navigating Vincennes through some pretty tough waters. Skilled sig- nalmen talk to other ships with codes of flashing lights and an array of flags. The Ship's Office has both personnelmen and yeomen to keep the paperwork flow going, while the career counselor works hard for the ship's retention of good sailors. "Mail Call" is a daily rou- tine of our postal clerk, as is public affairs business of the journalist. The "sheriff" on board is the chief master-at-arms. Me- dical's corpsmen monitor and treat any of the crew's health problems. i 1 QM2 Lien A C YN2 Richardson QM2 Whitmore SM3 Harmon PC3 Johnson C J E M ' M L ' I Ii, l11' HM3 Metoyef AG3 Sabeua YNSA Jabs B.E. SMSN LOOP X 4 M xx ' . , 2 ,Y- YNSA Manning, HMSN YNSN Ridler, PNSA Victoria, SMSA Wiggs M.N. Miragliotta, A. M.V. N.F. P.A. i 9 4 it -7 r ig! 1 .4A, QQ if I is s 55 i Vs 5: 5 1 4 - ' 5 5 2 I i ai f l g, fx li , il- . . 5 5 W , Z! - fi , 4 if if Department X X The Radiomen are the ship's communication link to the outside world, transmit- ting and receiving traffic from unclassified to top secret on a daily basis. Setting up and maintaining various circuits, we patch them to remote locations around the ship for worldwide communications. Our main means of processing traffic is via our direct satellite link. As the ship's main link to our loved ones while out at sea on those long deployments, we offer MARS Ca basic phone patch circuitl or class "E" messages as morale boosters. Just remember, if there is anything going on, then the Radiomen know it. However, if it isn't sports or news, don't ask!!! 111445 ., Rlblvlllilaywood, RM2 Miller, RHJ. RRSSSNI Dalton, RMSN Noelker, RMSR Pinkens, RMSA J .D. E.E. Safeeullah, D.D. The Signals Warfare Division had an exceptional cruise. Throughout WestPacfMideast Q Force Deployment the CT's pro- vided Cryptologic direct support to the ship and Battle Group! Task Force Commander. Addi- tionally, the EW's consistently provided timely indications and warning information during the "Persian Excursion." Vincennes served as Electronic Warfare Coordinator for the entire Arabi- an Gulf, a challenging task which was accomplished with the ut- most professionalism. 'l'P-fg' 1-mt' CTO1 Cato, R. EV1g1AH0gan' "ami '11-np C'1RJlSalvaCi0n, CTR2Ivy,D. Elia-fynchard' Crl55.NielSen' Evllgstockmani I -' 15. CTO3 Dube, G.P. CTO3 Prebble, EW3 Schweiger, CTM3 Sizemorev EW3 T0l0um0, M.D. M.P. E.W. O. A-nm.. BM1 Boyce, G-S. BM2 Arehart, Deck Division, appropriately designated "First Division," was responsible for many high visibility evolutions, as well as making a lasting first impression by keeping Vincennes in paint and powder. We spent thousands of hours on watch including: Junior Officer of the Watch, Boatswainmate of the Watch, Lookout, Helmsman, Lee Helmsman, Messenger of the Watch, and members of the 4OMM!25MMf .50 Cal Gun Teams. Over 550 hours were flown by our two helos with support from Deck Division who manned the lifeboat, Emergency Crash Team, and Landing Signalman Enlisted. Our other operational evolutions included 19 underway replenishments, 29 anchorings, mooring to a buoy, 30 hours of small boat operations, and two late night emergency rescues at sea saving a total of 31 lives! In addition, First Division fought the heat, salt, dust, and rust to keep our lady in tip top shape. We ended up painting the entire exterior 3 times and all of the decks 4 times. Perhaps our strongest indication of success was completion of all of these events with a perfect safety record-an extraordinary effort by all -Bl, BlNIli2AChovan, BM2 Colon, RMA. BM2 Fryer, J-L. BM2 Smilanich, BM2 Zettlemoyer, 31513 - BM3 Cormican, BM3 Garcia, R BM3 Meisenbach BM3 Yerd B S M R J K R T T , 011, M3 Young, SN Ayala, F.A. SN Boyone, A J , sa i Z SN Blble T A SN Dague SN Hall, B.W Jr SR Osterberg H.A. SN Walters L.A. 11 1 -an-,gl .1154 Mmm The Combat Information Center is the nerve center of the ship. Here is where the Operations Specialists perform the vital task of functioning as the eyes and ears of the ship, providing the captain with the critical information to fight the ship. OS's operate Radar and Communications equipment and identify Air, Surface, and Sub-surface con! tacts for evaluation. OS's also aid in the safe navigation of the ship in the world's vast oceans. During our deployment to the Western Pacific and Indian Oceans, we helped navigate the ship in and out of unfamiliar ports 26 times as well as transiting the dangerous Straits of Hormuz 12 times and providing escort to the mine-damaged Samuel B, Roberts. We were also the primary source of information for the captain during our critical July 3rd engagement of hostile Iranian Forces, keeping all Middle East Forces informed of the combat situation. Vincennes' OS's also controlled our embarked LAMPS MK III Helo for over 900 hours and conducted over 200 fighter intercepts. 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The avail- ability of parts throughout the deployment enabled the tech- nicians to keep the ship operat- ing at record levels and combat ready at all times. eww w i J V SE ,M lh' W, Ti W ea si el! iid N I 1 ri i I I . I I ll I 1 i 2 1 l v J 1 , f f,fw"!'1f':f-f- i W S-2: The cooks and food servicemen of S-2 division have toiled every day in hot and uncomfortable working spaces to bring Team 49 the finest in culi- nary delights. Their reli- ability and proud profes- sionalism immeasurably helped morale and made the cruise pass more rap- idly. Best feeder in the Navy! 'll' , G 1 , ' MSI Capule, Bus. W1 lams M?3N.onza es Fgtmgco, lug MS2 Whittingham, MS3 Dollahan, MS3 Egmore, MSSN Henry, MSSN Mahaley, E. D.A. A.C. S.D. E.W. SH1 Barilia, E. S13 Ealmondlf SH3 Britton, B. SHSN Arterberry, SHSN Martin, SHSN Zink, B.C. E.W. II A.P. S-3: The Ship's Store, vending machines laundry are all a part of 5, our responsibilities. The Sales Division is the local T merchant on board Vin- cennes. 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