Virginia (CGN 38) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1979

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Captain Ailes first sea assignment was in USS WILLARD KEITH QDD-7755 where he served as CIC Officer during deployments to the North Atlantic, Mediterranean and ,Indian Ocean, Subsequent seas assignments include duty as O . . . . perations Officer of the USS CONYNGHAM QDDG-175 and Commanding Officer of the USS HAMMERBURG DE-10155 in the U.S. Atlantic Fleet and Executive Officer of the USS SOMERS QDDG-345 and the USS LONG BEACH CGN-95 and Commanding Officer to the USS BROOKE FFG-lj in the U.S. Pacific Fleet In addition, Captain Ailes also 1 i i v 1 8 H p 7 t A--N sa- - is 4 -.. nn -.. -...-..,........ .Illia ll... , ' 1 ',..f,, aka 4 In L' bffz., I ga -04 Ar? , -" s, A l ,'r u'. li is llifa , NAMi ip oil ll 4 . la V1 , i..- 1 fro 1 U I3 ru-4 'F NA.:-1 ,- -i.--n.."" served as Operations Officer on the staff of Destroyer Division 222. V Shore duty assignments include postgraduate education at the Naval Postgraduate School at Monterey, California where Captain Ailes received a Masters Degree in operations analysis, Nuclear Engineering Training at Bainbridge, Maryland and West Milton, New York, duty as Commanding Officer and Director of the Officer Department of the U. . Naval Nuclear Power School at Mare Island, California, and duty in the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Systems Analysis where he served as the Acting Directory of the Naval Forces Division. Captain Ailes was promoted to his present rank 1 September 1977. He assumed command of USS VIRGINIA QCGN-385 in August 1978. The son of Rear Admiral and Mrs. John W. Ailes III of Pittsburgh, he is married to the former Clara J. Swift of Arlington V. . . l T . lfglnla hey have two children, Susan and Lynn. tClockwise from topj Captain Ailes at a meeting, OK signal for the start of another underway A replenishment, at recent re-enlistment ceremony, Gig warms up it's engines, Good will, and , overseas diplomacy in action. 16 is 'lj 'g f Q Q 18 2 A .Y ' ' ' f ..X, ' . X X. g:f:f,s:+11-:Q ,V , .-.i -.-W A ,V - f' ,v. V,,i ,fV-,if - I--2X . .wwf - f-- - . X - -'Y.' -.-f.,,- A f-K-:K-1--Y - ' "Jaff- wq orrvaooxizan 'W 'WVU - M..,,.,.:::f,::"',.:-'V---vi?f5-1""+f"':',.' V Y ' - r' ' 1 Q I zedo do F u?qoW'i -swf, -'ff ffrzfrxfzffavfg-ff?"-T" :ruff 7" 3-'if-lfrzsa - sv 23" " ""I'3'-Lf' 1- A ' A--f.-:j.7fa-ff.-f-'fwfrgaf-7. '-:f- - -f, , f. 1' " ' JJ, '. I i K b ' v -, . 4' + ' --'f-' -'Aixam' fel Lf 4: gif ,J YWTI ' 9 K :NVQ lu I 4 MW' ljfc ,Q f Y - ' Legal "" '1 as X 1 Q' If 1 ' 5 1 ' A , . : QQ H X , 4 lf, . Z , ,, 1. I . , ,F 5 , . 2 3, 'Zia P 2 P0 R! 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" Q Ae , rm an A QW A 14 E Q ff ,J i . i RMCS Mccafou MS1 Plguet YN1 Radzirski rf? i I I i - ass , , , -' 1'i','i H3237 'asf' , ' 1 A i:'i?R-ifilzrrz:X:'er:.':v-:,g:-s.r W ,r ..,:,:,-':, .. , S. ,. , , ,W ,, it I - eif- "6r1vHoomr:df'f"''' fb' e A' , r- J-.. .z .x n Enigma.-3:3 MM 'i' Fa 'l rf I Squadron Twent -Six 126D Captain Jackson K. Parker enlisted in the U.S. Navy in January 1942. He was commissioned Ensign through the Officer Candidate Program. 5 r' .2- , , ' "' had , f if ' ' is sa ff WWW 1' 'f f Aw 2 V W W 5 'E' I mph qy-519' , 1 x. 1 mmm x ' Since commissioning in 1958, Captain Parker's assignments have included department head tours as Engineer in USS CHARLES F. ADAMS QDDG-25, and USS JO- SEPHUS DANIELS QDLG-275: Executive Officer, USS CONYNGHAM QDDG-171 and Commanding Officer USS MACDONOUGH QDLG-85 and RICHARD E. BYRD QDDG-235. Captain Parker has served in World War II, the Korean and Vietnam conflicts. Other assign- ments include the Commander in Chief, U.S. Atlantic Fleet and Commander in Chief, U.S. Manager, Steam Propulsion Improvement Project, Naval Sea Systems Com- mand and as Coordinator, Steam Propulsion Improvement Project, Chief of Naval Operations COP-OBPJ. DESRON 26 From Korea to Viet Nam and from the Caribbean to the Middle East, Destroyer Squadron 26 has served the United States for over 27 years. In April 1978, Atlantic Fleet Destroyer Squadrons were reorgan- ized and Destroyer Squadron 26 was designated a tactical squadron, responsible for the 'at-sea' training of Atlantic Fleet destroyers and frigates during exercises and deploy- ments. Over the years, ships assigned to Destroyer Squadron 26 have received recognition and praise at all levels of command for their superior professionalism and 'can do' spirit. Chief of staff assesses the formation. 21 W . nl .-.-............ -.... ' ' H I X , Q- I 1 f - JJWXUHQN 4 'li 221'-..ifi:?-f.--Qi.3'Qj3f .'.' xi' z 7 U LA 'Qian -Qi a, f YI Z 1 di., 1 r S I 1 1 .' 1 .J I IG i l I E I 0 I l 1 A l A 4 3 4 5 5 3 2 Q 'Y B k ik i Q b I 0 H S U78 AM DD I-, A. PW I P - . x,, U F3 . -.. ., .4 Fu-.Q-.-wa. .-.,' 1 -.f- ., ,-.-.,.. V . .,.., -.. .. -yn., 3. Vi. + 'ff 11 . 1-ff-1-Q-flung-1-a..f.s::ff:.-T--S.-:.f.w..t- ..-W-. ........... ......,..-. . ft1i...J... .i -W rm-f-eww-..v H. M-Y- 0 Executive Officer The CO's right hand man Commander Robert K. Bolger, graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1964. His initial duty assignment was to the USS LEAHY QDLG 165 where he served as the First Lieutenant, Gunnery Assistant, Anti-Submarine Warfare Officer, and Navigator. Subsequent sea assignments include duty as Officer-in-Charge, PCF-99, Weapons Officer USS BLUE IDD-7442, Damage Control Officer, USS ENTERPRISE, QCVN-655: and currently is the Executive Officer of USS VIRGINIA QCGN-'ISD Shore duty assignments include Post Graduate Education and NROTC Staff Duty at Rennselaer Polytechnical Institute, Troy, New York where CDR Bolger received a Masters Degree in Operations Research and Statistics, Nuclear Engineering training at Vallejo, California, and Idaho Falls Idaho, and duty on the Pacific Fleet Nuclear Propulsion Mobile Training Team. CDR Bolger is married to the former Valeria Fritz of Budapest, Hungary. They have two children Michael and Christine. CDR Bolger is a native of A Brooklyn, New York. Chaplain LT McCranie 7,-. 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"""' W- f" 15-'-47-"-'?'1--TJ'f"3' "iff, Department Head Operations Officer LCDR Wahlig Engineering Officer LCDR Burrows M IHWJQM pn i ar Supply Officer LCDR Karns Combat Systems Officer LCDR Jacobs lwqwa H Navigator I.Tjg Ford Medical Officer LT Gamblin X113 -His ,, 5 S!" ' We Hg 91?-Rf' i P A Q R, f' 01.200 S Wi bdsm' ' ww-ff ms: Q". 23 F ., . , . ,vsp rf re, , M, 4 W, F - Ln 7 .e' v ,1 14 y 41 8 gi 7 i i W 1 , v, , , M ' Q , M .4 'ik iii fi" L 2 fi 2: 41 x 34 , ,O 1 Al 'fin A if I0 V' J, iF' 'rid 5145231 .5'E5'fE?FF'!FT w m F2 V ,-.+ V i 5 ,i 1 '4 3 ' X ,,.,g, , M 'T ni- fairer: . fa.-a ,.-,- . ',,. - fgl f 'l' 'gl . - ' In 1821 but remained In The first VIRGINIA was a frigate launch m Boston 7 I was 5E1'Q:m?Itg iirisazzig :Waite- vrarkx, z1:f,,ff , ,af as 'f - ia-we 'fum 4 W 9,-agua E Q91 Sit isfiigiil gzasahra' I sltgkei 3511? 5 , U53 . .,f,,,w.e. A ' 3 M , ' FL1v:f3-' lv -', Ll-v 3 GH W.-V-ff JI i,,,,.:,. ,,. , .4.,,. Q ,Q -' 'L-yn 273. IH-QM:-I. .ai -Mews, ., in it Pa' f -I Q E .2 , 1-5. , L41 ' 'P Agia. ,- .JEFE ff? H .5539 , . 1,rv,.-ga . 2 59254711 " la: z- if 'iiwffltii' f il xref? l 35314256 al ' 'Quinni- .,, 1 . QW? i 35? ,Q .,.,, rf 7, an 4,7 I fffel 1 1 fl lgmf , 1rEE."f: naw. Hart ' '. ik- iirm I I JE, ' fr ' ' HZ J Aiiiififj I I - ' vii-at ysgiar 1 f 1 ,I -wwe .. f. .as .H - , ,ll I.., . . ,. ,me l.,t, -,r:r,,,i. i Gnd: f 7 izffiigi. : ' Jigfwr' ' 7- ' :mfj-arf-. , annals 1' 1 T' 'if 315 ' 519-173 ' f.:ii!ii't: an - T , 1 ini- , ' 5550, . 'lag 1 f.., .MV I "ix 1' a, . k ..,A. , ,7kv.f,.-I 1 . 5 . L .,, I , , , gfigllr: ,li V ' 4425595 -u se . eiiwtm t 1 +,t.s,u'. 51w2,L':.3' I.: l I-Z'JE'f 'i nf ' .- '27 '1 launched in Baltimore in 1777, and captured by the British Royal Navy in 1778. The second VIRGINIA was a U.S. Revenue Service schooner commissioned in Norfolk in June 1798. 'Php third VIRGINIA was ready for stocks and was broken up for scrap in 1884. The fourth VIRGINIA was formerly the frigate MERRIMACK. The MERRIMACK was burned to the water- line in February 1860 to keep from falling into the hands of the Confederates. THE NUCLEAR-POWERED GUIDED-MISSILE CRUISER VIRGINIA CGN-38 Mission Full Load Displacement Overall Length Propulsion Accommodations Builder Antiaircraft and antisubmarine fleet defense ll ,000 Tons 585 Feet Two nuclear reactors providing over 10 years of normal operation without refueling and speed over 30 knots 497 Persons Newport News Shipbuilding Most advanced antiaircraft, antisubmarine, and electronic warfare systems: A Naval Tactical Data System and Long Range Sonar Two multipurpose missile launchers for launching antisubmarine IASROCJ or antiaircraft missiles. Two lightweight 5"!54 guns Torpedo Tubes Capability to land. service. hangar and launch helicopters liunds Appropriated: FY 1969 Launching: December 14, 1974 Construction Authorized: FY l970 Delivery: August 27. 1976 Keel Laid: August l9. 1972 Commissioning: September ll, l976 l 'ff 7 W2 1 up 'Q ' ,J ' il 1 an ,nz .tifv ,. W I 'asia ' Ta, .3313 I, J'-9-'I-. , 'Ss N9 9 1 '11 ,. df 1 I 24 V yogi' M .:., 5 , l fl aw. ,,.,.,...wa,,I,4.s c- -,F may-,G-+1 A Q uw-hw' -'f-W-NWS-raw-Mwpww-14' imgmhygye -4-'W-f-""s""r-Hfe-N-A-1 - ,m-15,-5, . , ,. , su, ,, ., ,, . V f . , 7 . , , app nl n ' ,, , V A-1 1 e - 7 as ' "' """7"""VN"-vwawrsz-r-A4-.wiifpinf A3"A4AuWVM4A47 l3'4AT"-RL"' """""""f 7 ,,,:,m..,,,, I, , ,. ,W -wr.. -s,,..i' , L 4 W 1- , Q -V , L '-"7-333' -xv ,:.- 3 , ,Y 3 ,,cVa':':.'::,zab--+MA4-A-Agyfsfvg,-?m-,-11"'f.f:.pmav:.-f-::-.1:4M"'-a:a-'-f.+-4-fymwa-M... A , 'W'--+ ,mf ' " ' I ff-1, ..., -e +r1'4FT57E,v ' ,V ' " -' 'T ' - ' - - ' - f':e'f--::.e1'w'F UUUY.'sg?iw-12,1 :ru :seq,mmm-carpet::+2Ti??r"?Qf'e'f'si'ff2C4ffWC""'95m'r:"-1'3 . t . 7 - , A , - za o 5 A , , I I -- - ,MA N- - f ,A-.sffaM:'ef?:LM,l..ee.Ila.,...,, .I : :es--N a-.Ys.xf::w::f 1 to If I VIR 1 65 G1 47 I CGN 36 S J' FIPEI TY!! i . i, no The Confederates recovered it with iron-plated roof, fitted with a ram and cannon, and renamed VIR- GINIA. She fought the famous battle of the MONITOR AND MER- RIMACK. The fifth ship VIRGINIA II, was built by the Confederate Navy in 1863, and destroyed in battle in 1865. The sixth ship to bear the name was a Spanish steamer captured by the UNION and sold in 1865 The seventh VIRGINIA was a 16 O00 ton battleshlp bullt at Newport News ln 1906 : hi? td? nip-III, ' a dd? XUHON 1 VIRGINIA in Egypt: Presidential Support .,."' : gfiili-'E .A.', ,V.- II.: .i If , I' 7 ' B I, .N,,, . .-Iam. ,..I.,, .IiY KIWW, LA his k Jig 6 I ' t J I SI s x l ' I ' 'YQ M21 r 3 'f' r? 2 ,Q"'II,,gg L Gini W 'WEEE ai , 4 IL.. no ,t-I.. fe fi- Is I IMI 1,2191 V1 fa QI I ' I ibn' ' I I,,IC,Ig:3 1 . +I: i fI1l7iif:'gi I .I -1 -t 1 '- .I.II UT QIIIQ 1 I I gil 15514132-1 ' ,II ,,.f I, '?jg',:l,ILi I Iii :I ,gm I I at fi-,xii t . -I L: ai 1 mu -I We i. 4 fiifieiii I t R smug Iii VIII ' -f' 1 I .iii 141+ silt I 395 it as N 5 X 'W' I! I I I ' I Yfii t I I l I I I :W-I-,V I I ,,I ' HZ' I I ,-:LM 1 riff, I 565511: 15 .I I ,VWZIIN 1,s:3I'Iif'l- i IIfP'IIt.' r 3.-Qifn at it If . I I, VII' 'wait' I' i 3 ,EI I i- AM. - :I I I Ilfnfl-il: ' r- .I.I I .I,II ,I ' J.u.tI. - I W, I .I.II-I, , PIII if-.1 I nj :fir-FDEI 1' 'IEEE-If ' 14- :II I- fr: I IgI:::5I,e YSL' -92151-". ,IR-9? .II.sII,I V3 7729? I' I ,.I.If I, I, Isa.. wifes' L. I 1'-I:-int' fig lifiivtii, JISLZLWI ygtnfiqg I iii fa- win- M ' Wai 1 'iii ip. 4, - Nia.. HI: I :II I I. 7I:I: S Ig 8 in NATO's recent exercise Dawn .bs All major 6th Fleet units includ- ing the aircraft carriers Dwight D. Eisenhower and America and French carrier Clemenceau and theirescort ships were involved in the exercise .III I The exercise was designed to coordinate sea control operations in the central and eastern Medit- coast. A combined amphibious task force, including amphibious as Sault ship Inchon, amphibious transport dock Austin, tank land -,e In A fc ing ships Spartanburg Countyand EQ ' Barnstable County and dock land I, ing ship Spiegel Grove were goin ji Led by Italy's tank landing ship ments 1'-irb-1' ,II -yi a '- t ,mm IIII i,., I in i'I""Ei I Lib? S .t,gI,, I' NATO Exercis Grade, France's dock landing ship NAPLES, Italy 1- More than 100 Ouragan and Turkeys, tank land- allied ships and 400 aircraft repre- entin ei ht nations participated ing ship Serdar. Amphibious landings by a corn- bined 2500Iman landing force in- cluded the 32d Marine Amphibious Unit, a tactical group from ltaly's San Marco Bn., the 2d French Commando unit, a Royal Nether- lands Marine Corps company and a Turkish naval infantry battal- ion. The landings were made at Sardinia, italy, and on the Turkish Dawn Patrol 79 is an annual Q aan exercise designed to promote ima proved coofdinanon anidfcoopera tion o mu ti nationa orces to demonstrate NATO s readiness to N deter aggression along its south ern flank with the rapid deploy ment of external reinforce v .s ' - ' ' - 4 v . . I u t ., X 9 ' , f " . 1 - 4 I., I Is M I x M v .I .I 4 . a II. 7 " ' - at 0 The officers and men in USS Virginia QCGN 38l, commanded by CAPT Robert H. Ailes, received thanks and congratulations from the American Embassy in Cairo, Egypt, for support supplied during President Carter's recent visit to Egypt. The sudden assignment also elicited a commendatory message from CNO ADM Thomas B. Hayward. In a message to CAPT Ailes American Ambassador Hermann Fi l'6l4KlC?I? ag A' K it fn Q JF,a,ff FJf,.,-.1f''n4Q:5ZFL-.fNN.,,f""1.. ,JJ'fT"':ss!ij:Q55fr QD 'fxcxssszyrodb M 31.9 llqaecliferranean ssoossr connavniatanr Ano 7 COMNAVSURFIANT MAKE APPROPRIATE PUBLEC ANtIlOtltIi1Iiii'iENTS OF THE RETURN OF THE FOLLOZ-Iltiifi tiNI'l'S: CCD NfIlF'f1.K, ETA 15 .JULY A. USS SEATTLE CADE-53 oss DWIGHT o. Eissnaowaa ccvnesen oss sourn cnsotinn coco-avi use vlnctuin cccnqsaztcos-as gang 'Qi ii oss axcnnno L. Pass canoes? At' II I, A. II .,IIIII..I,,I1,.iI, I,,,, . --. I.I- f., ,W I , I zaxggmmaxgxrvnwgzy LT NW H - . 2 2x:1a.z:1r::g:-I--- ai-.MR ,IIA L, II-, , , A ,W ' ijfmvgonimga I! 558 :adm doi?f'iiTi"3 -?MTTmn-MMA mT'M"" ' . - - 4 I - ' "mv . . . l -I - . . , Y. . . g , 4- -. tzrixszraag,-::a."f'-'w'Y.1ga.:.,.zx -' . - --"Y 'ff f V' , . V - I I. ,A -1 " -1, -fr flaw, , I 2 f' L ' f' g'vS:m?E:f '-.ff5.'zv ,., ,"" "' L '-M M M.-za-.n'-' ,- N - . I i . . f 4 'E " A- 9' "F, .i '-.QI-nw. F I1 f- 7,Aizf.1fLg?'?f:-1.-Yi.:IFE F 323534 ..sf1i:iEe,i3:1,g-ii?t33f5'.-'i'x1':-."'-5":.7'1Yf':",..a-.-,.,' ' , I 5,3 lQf.ffrF 9.1.-.L . If . I -L-..,f,-,, ,, .4,.,.e:u,fI.L:..-.g.4:e,:41. .ea.m.x,:g:,L '- f " M --'f la'--+fffM1-"Mn "af"'a 'i"""' 'MM' ' ' - ' ' "-' " Eilts wrote: "I congratulate you and, through you, the officers and men of USS Virginia, for a successful, even if somewhat unusual, visit to Alexan- dria. I am sorry that the weather was a bit capricious and I am glad that the staff, especially in the interim period before satellite links were firm, and your backup medical facilities covered an otherwise unsatisfactory emergency contingency situation. , . - -rir 4- - 33 ' 4. ,ti 1 s 1, E54 U . li" ' L f-nfl . Q, Your support for the President's chef Egyptian cNo arranged to extend is also appreciated. . N your visit by a day so that as many as "I wish you good sailing and hope fl possible of your officers and crew A3?W'V'x tl-. IRI 151 "li .,,,X S could get at least a fleeting overview you return to Alexandria one day in 5' "hx 1 of Egyptian culture. I hope they found calmer seas and times." .fy 4,9 it interesting and rewarding. Said ADM Hayward: "Your rapid '52 "I ' Il f I f 4 d f ' I h t - suppgf?fi??9erSseId3en?rC?aitler's?fTsBI?tJd l?u1zedpTagliing,n?orret?IQeml?'ies?d3nt?aI N5 PORT S Iv I 51759 ff Alexandria. Your communications im- medical contingencyi mission noted 1, Q.-'I TANGIER , MORO CCO ' portantly assisted the White House with appreciation. Well done." 113 0! GAE1' A , ITAL Y if I N 7 KALAMAIA, canst-:cs I g m.EXAmR IA , EG YP! N' I gb Aueusr A BAY, src IL Y gf. , VG. OS, GR EECE "+'2iQ?22!" NA H. as , IT AL Y AT Hans, snzaci: X I soussiz, ruuxszn ussaou , Pom' us Ai. RUTA, SPAIN ' , idx ! I,IA Il r e e c e W as I WWW? W Q Q 3 L I I a I U" 0 y M x Rib I N T5 A It ogg E titcsfueifr OF cnurszz c in rouft T0 camo EGYPT AND THE GREAT PVR AM ID S. A OVER 450 CREVNENBERS MADE THIS TOUR. lf1igET?,I.g ST?oFligI'4E FROM GAETA A ND FROM NAPLES , ABOUT 566 CREWIEM BER S can I Hts wls Fm Q Assm wi-iiivr or A can-se ctnss CRUISER ro r i-is SIXTH I1.EET. THE EXCELLENCE IN THE DESIGN OF' THE CRUISER WAS' DEMONSTRATED IN COMBAT SYSTEM AVAILABILITY AND EITFECTIVENESS, RAPID REH.ENI SHMEN1' B Y EIT HER HEL ICOPTER OR ALONGSIDE MET HOD S, il-?gX:ggtEg:Ngg Assrenmznr , Ano use or t-mznrswnwci-: or mia zrixan. rr Y K t S!" I web U I I X lf' OIIGO ,I ' " 'fs' ' 'fwaarft am I I I 'I WFT brg' photos APRIL mile Island Chlna Greece vades Vletnam opener. Invert: l Augiista Ba C3 months Volos, Greeoe Y Naples, Italy 6 1 y'.u.,35,.1f ,, 5 -af X -S - if 9' K Q ye int DESRO Inport Sousse, Tunisia i3 fj Qjl13p0rt Lisbon, Portugal A fnyyfy f S g D, V' ,,lefd'v3lEl,LiQ3tJ, t S , , t V y A L. ,A .iv 4 , TRP0 "iii, I 1 ,.:1f -:1w', , 4-, V, ,'1Q-f. ,f,f e ,,,,V ,K .,,. A i.i,,,,,, V 7, . V 4 . , L M 4-.-... 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W., -ygyqmiymyas .rvl 1- f,,'1 VNUHVVU , ,, Stephen Johnson, Winford Knowles, Russell Strand, Todd Sundsmo, Daniel Tanner, Terry White, David Porter, Robert Lohneiss - ..., ozimioonam fu, ,adm lsvae t M--.wfgqaisuy T R ,ER , . . f ' ff , ' - ,,, , A ,f . , 1 -. , "i TA '-Q-gr? ', -fr ' ' ' ' ui ". '1,n": 'fif ,:Q.Q',lfQg,-111QL'LQff'igiqj.1:"',:',if 'fi' ' ' " - - ' ' ' ' . ,. ' . ' ' .: ' ., " " , f - '.' 34: .L "i nf: zztehzqf' gn.. M: Q' 1' - 1 ' "M -asv .:::r.r'i,13V'n"2n:'f'7' I ef" ' K 'L 'MK' ' I A . ,. ..:S..,17lfg24Lf,..fii.:..- U3 O 'FP U' 93- 4 n-4 W CD r-1 Z r-1 IP cn Cf' ii 9. 21's-lvmf-axis fn-:fi 1 1 gm ,-.,g , TK'-"7-7'2" vu, Fr if. lfij- ti' , E R 5: W ', it tt F 1 L , li 1, H1 H, SEQ El ' -xp-u., G R ,.-m-fs!-....... ii fi r. VIRGINIA Wins A A 5 R on SIERRA, at Med I Y smokers I xg The VIRGINIA boxing team Went into the recent Med. Smokers iii with high spirits. They said a lot of punches would fly and they did. 55441 9277, Unfortunately the other teams took ,f , the Win, but VIRGINIA did avenge i, the opponents with smoker victories by Gregory, Hedrickson, and Stokes. 'S lei, E, r, M 4: F5 MA It 4, IKIIQ ' Q ' ,OF f- -GS 1 , I U H 1 Eg...-.f X 'i- ' . :s?fYg.g'f-:j'1::': 'ta X fi- F mi., , . ,Q N. 1,51-b R RQ, vw I my fa Qi .. R L Q if ' f new I , .2 Q sg ' fs, ' 5 2 , Ev wif. ' 1 mmf M X- 'X 1 W if 5:1 "ri ,i 732' L I Q- 'x g - :se ' L, Q I We is 1 I it I as ssis 1 N ans R R -, r' ---, f ' 6 E, Sas 1, x, G- X -R 1 - 4 - ' ' rx 1 -it , Ngsyg, 5 'X F ggi - M g, Q: I srsss f ,gig 1, ,r io .2 f f, ,I sf Q I f 5 f Q gs W issc s . V my - 4 t. M... M it 1 f '.ih E1 ' I X " 5, V EW? 31 E. . .. -- - . , 'R "'fr'eWf , ,' Q-g-:UQ PX L'D'LZ msg, fzugeqws nm 1 'sm I vga w..-gxx-2? M i M ,, Al,.,, , . i , H. ,. We ' -- Wir - LJQ1wAf'us1 ffYQ4 Ag iii " 'v'l'fi,GHON an V i Y ' 4 :mir-'-f V,-V' f f'-' AAEC ,V L4 di: 1 1 5 LQ: 9,33 ffl! 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'45g4ga1m9 ' f f l i . v-vv ., , ie, M f K C C f . f f s em' ur First Bite: CClockwiseJNote the outline of Hercules' face in the cave exit to the sea' Sistine Chapel displays Mary with Christ' Night shot of Tan iers b sri g Y Davison Castle by the sea ln Gaeta Two tours to Rome were blessed as 0 ' - i i' , I 3, gl proximity to Rome was Gaetals more becoming aspect. fMoroceoJ Gaeta fltal J S501 Uss x, DS2 Williams W , . f ' Qgmtd ,ji R xy, l-I l' """""'dEl xl Xxx L l 1 Q s :S "55Z:1' A Q01 N .5 iq i xx 59215 95a in swf ITN! 95 his Ang pal? KJA :nina FOB' as . ---1 g Rev aricir 5 I l 'it 1+ , ,i Laigpwilt , 'ff ai-1rw,fi.V-if T. ' ' Q . , qv e Y:..x:,.4,,i ,. , A, WA 'yzslifiva V L 5 QM' 1 5 L ,j 2 'Lili 1 dfifia i 3,37-1. -2:-5 1 V- lil ,. ,Q i ,gg L 1 -ff Q if are s l .lt 1 , 5 ' 753 E 'Ii 7, , '1' fl I ' ' 5 51, L: 1, v 524 i 1 '1 32 - - 'Q E WJ 1 l 5 ii- at 5, s ' -g 2 1 ar, fi Ei , 1,-V g 5 V, V' V5 -A 'T fir I ,,,. ji i I fi-Bic: y ,ix- ,E VJ" , V 4 .2 .1 3 1 5 s. . 1, .E ,. 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The price of gas is very il high, and for the most part there is very little money to spread around, so the people live a conservative lifestyle, with a taste of Western hospitality. imiddle bottoml Greek fishing boats are the major form of economic stability for Kalamata CitiZ6HS3 ltop of pagel Beautiful hills and mountains along the shore introduce an awesome contrast to the sea. il 1' is, Q j'S5 ff 3 ' 2'7 1, 2521? ,A f 'LT' ' iiieziiilwrf:f::::1-sexigafre:-5" -fir:-::f 1 1 f ,. , ,M .L ,,.,,, . 'Wi mf 'J-N i , . l QQ .1 x X M A Q The pocket of the Mid-Ea t Alexandria Egypt. I 1 f M 5 ff H , , 1, ji? ,H I X ff I jijfiy if , I 4 f 2 ,, V-0 Z.1wfZ' h M ,,, . ,,,, A A ,fm A , , ,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,, x - qv , fww, x ,, QQ!! " ,fi f d? , ,m i - wwf, I KQV ' f. ZZZw:,,.,..,l i v . ,, J f f H f ' . f- 1 fw f ,., ,f Z --.V N --.. 3 .,,f,,.. M- ,. 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A-11 .4 ! v A rw yo 5 Z 4 4 BG 5 f know il 'N :WI KX PB: in ISU! iw as 'N Ma Q,-vi RJA A FOB 1 a R uri in A , ,A 1-I' ii-1' vers. The Red Med QNX .L sillti k Y 1 Q . - I' f - -L V 'll . .13 V, T 1-,Q',:: jf4,":., :':.::!f ,f ff -9 5' ,.w and ,, ' , v ' ' "" ' - ., , - if... oviets and the Sea KIEV CVSG CKURILJ CLASS In what Wa? Probably the greatest display of deployed Soviet naval fire- Itclower 1n history, 10 principal Soviet surface combatants were in the editerranean in March. Two Kiev-class carriers, one Kresta II and two Ka"a'C13SS guided missile cruisers, two MOD Kashin guided missile de- SUQYCIS, two Krivak-class destroyers, and the frigate Riga were among the units cruising the Mediterranean. Also present was the Soviet navy's largest. amphibious warfare ship, the Ivan Rogov. Three naval oilers mcludlng the new construction Berezina, are supporting the force. The number of surface combatants deployed to the Mediterranean is not Elgirtlseuil, but there. are several firsts associated with the current Soviet de 10 lilgftosltiion- the .dCP10Yment by the carrier Minsk, dual carrier T P Y an OPCWUOHS, the dCP1Oyment by the Kara-class cruiser ashkent, and observance of underway, alongside replenishment by the oiler Qerezina. U.S. naval forces in the Mediterranean in March included two. aircraft carriers, both with significantly greater capability than the Soviet Kiev ships, aswell as the nuclear-powered guided missile Cruisers South Carolina and Virginia. The Soviet carriers, accompanied by the two Kara-class cruisers, and Berezina and Ivan Rogov departed the Mediterranean on March 14, and entered the Atlantic Ocean. The Soviet navy has the worldls largest submarine force, the largest ship- building industry and a potent mine warfare force. But the Soviet navy has only a limited capacity for open ocean ASW and even with the advent of the Kiev-class aircraft carriers, it has inadequate sea-based tactical air power. Those are some of the conclusions made in a statement by Rear Admiral Sumner Shapiro, Director of Naval Intelligence, before the Sea- power Subcommittee of the House Armed Services Committee recently. RADM Shapiro, who testified on the Soviet Naval Threat, said the Soviet navy has clearly emerged as a first-rate, modern oceangoing navy with both offensive and defensive capabilities. "The Soviet government has come to realize the importance of sea power and their navy has steadily evolved from a coastal defense force to a navy with sufficient strength to challenge our ability to control the sea areas vital to U.S. security," he said. The number of Soviet ships built per year during the last decade has decreased, but the tonnage-produced figures have been increasing, RADM Shapiro explained. f'The increase in average tonnage per year represents a trend to the production of fewer but larger, more sophisticated ships capa- ble of operating for longer periods and .at further distances from support basesf' he said. The Soviets have been extremely active, he continued, in deploying ships in larger numbers over greater ranges from home waters. RADM Shapiro concluded that trends show the Soviet navy is a 'tblue watern navy capable of providing Soviet leaders with political and military options unavailable in the past. Their navy will continue to present an in- creasing threat to U.S. naval forces and to U.S. and allied interests throughout the world, he said. Ei if , 5 4 gl - L i ET' F 'l li. a Ei! . . 5. , K ', kt 2 i if' -1, 5 1 Q, I I if 1 fi c' . t, 3 L A Y if N f, S e Z l g... r li 'N in ii 1 in M rin' if X E i q. 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'l' 1 iiEQQ,f'fi,I 1' I 2:51 , 1 A 1 1 gi i ,, ,,, , ,ji-i--.' 1 ,.ti2:i1?' i1 -iii?"-l V 1 ig .1 l'ff.1E5'ii 551311 1' 1 2.713221-if i' 151:11 ,LE .1 2' Q I 21.1 g r, ,, 1 -1- ., 1.3 ., J ., 5,1, 3 1.-, .,.,.. 5 1 QQZQT1 l fl J. l' ' E553 4111125 Fei 'ar MEM N ag 5 M.- uw 1' - x 14 V' ,fif " , E1 " ,.,, .... .I J" 1 ag, fl 11 I, 1 , i , 1 1 1 i 1 i i l fy 1 1 1 1 .mei V Operations Specialist QOSJ Combat Information Center on the VIRGINIA is a large, dark complex in which various colored lights flash and blink, the sounds of static and radio chatter is heard all around, and banks of computer- fradar consoles fill the room. Right now the TAO is ordering a simulated missile engagement on several LT Sagen ,iw ,az 1 r f 7-Saw' , ,, K! ff ffff I Q' f f f ! ' ". V I 015 M? I I, if ff? f Q: 62 ,fl 754' I DIVISIGH bogies coming in high and fast from the north. The track supervisor is sorting out the friendly aircraft from the incoming raids and operating the data link. The assistant track sup. is checking the automatic tracking system and reporting to the Task Group Commander our en- OSC Yancy 3 if, I. fx Y Electronic Warfare Technician QEW5 gagement of the incoming raiders. The VIRGINIA has positive con- trol of four F-14s. The Muchkin has two "Tap- rooms" on station one, while the Irishman has his section of "Dako- tas" attacking three bogies 120 miles east of the force. ' EWCS Schmutte :WMF -m--in-.M. ,.- Y 1 1-1 SUM is C1111 sa ., 11.5111 ttot T-2:1 ii' ' 1,EJfC-fum ':1P::?w::'F.fg3i 'rye-1 ' I 1-A 5-!.,1..A,x,-1 - -, ,, . ., V y gQg.?l55"'.:HV, s AV A nl-of ' - 1 t ,, 'fvi i 4 ,lil , 1 VV . V- .I if 'g3,1',.'-L 1 fl. .cfm ,,. ,, ..,, ., .. . " f ' -sz, - .1 , V- ' , f 'IMA ' ' ' ' ' ' L Y N ' ' " .I ,LAYVA rf--" -A .. re- a.Y .' V' ' Y--f A L.. LJ: "Hx::::: M -- --1-wg " can ,:gf'Vcz.g.a::.:Qa 'S 4" Q '- V 4' A- it ' ' 'f L V 53? E, E' "The Pro hop" ii fs- xv' . 6 V QW . s is X N 4 ' ws- Wi GY X W 3 Y J Q :N ' Qt 'E . ,qi x X X x f , N X NK 4 s If 'Mi ,,,,,,.,..,, ,, ,.,.,,,,, ,M IVAV k , f f , , '24, . 0. f ', , , My ' VAX , 2" 1 f 4 X oy A V I ,, V V A, -M V, V .N , W A AV ' o , A fwmfeu . ,Hy W 'M 3 f 2 "ik , - wa .1 9 1 ., "Wa 9 ' iff, ' za ,fl X , WW ,ZW I ,xi , A -fy, f Z , , , 2, f Z fwfwff li yi . 0 Tiff QF.. Tl moi-sQliff" Biff' i uma CI Cont. The surface supervisor is verifying the course, speed, and CPA of a suspected Russian intelligence ship which was originally detected by the electronic warfare operators on the SLQ-32, far in advance of any other source. The surface tracker has detected new video at 29 miles, and after tracking it, the SSC operator has reported it as our Russian shadow. As always OI division and CIC will keep a close eye to the air surface, and sub- surface, keeping the shores of America safe and free. 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The job requires twenty four hour around the clock work on the Radiomen's part as well as the Signalmen. The Radiomen monitor a continuous teletype circuit which provides incoming messages to the command, concerning everything from weather to operational assign- ' QL to RJ RM2 Weber, SM2 Aillo, SM1 Christenson, SNSA Marsh, SMSN Medows, RMSA Lett, RM3 King, RMSA Bowen, RMSN Johnson, SMSA Die, RMSN Scogin ments. They must also provide required communications to the Combat Information Center, which is in constant communications with other ships of our task force. These circuits range anywhere from High Frequencies to Satilite Communica- tions around the world. The job requires the tuning of transmitters, receivers and patching them all together to make a working communications circuit which is of a high priority when in an operational exercise. The overall responsibility of good communications lies in the capable hands of our Division Officer LTjg Bozeman. He has assumed the duties of OC Division Officer a little more than a month ago. His working field is in the Engineering Department, but he has grasped on to the communications field very well. RMC Collins 'Ui' 1 Q7 f M I . W . i - . V . if "7 . , , Q , , ' ,- , ,' 4 """'-rw-.L 0 1 ' , ' ' -I 3 , A Qc . 1' - '- '. I A Q .i W V M., 6 .Ll X, A M ' fy, w ' f 1' f f X ZZ if f , .4 V, i i 64 if -' , if W , , , mf i 1 f ag. T . , W- war If M'',.z,'i7'17r-Amie-::., ,J "H ' .'-fur: .1-'r-: A 5, 7- 1- F - -4 f..,....f....r :,:q:f-'---f--.-....-.- . f. , " Q., mi 'H-gr, . 'iQx'g:,57'4J'-ffgQl,'2g".J.4'.v.f Q 'N "'r".-'---may-FE-ig' 'i::1y3.NUu,v,Qj5" r1:1n31g.11..':4.x..'1:y-,-.-...--.. .. W ,. V -- - - + .1 . ue' 1---f--'--M I-'Tw A. 1 g . j- gg:--L '- --gf -,rf '::x.:7. ' ,1 " W"-':':z1fs--gs fx ,ggi-,::1.1i::a?:'p.mmf-,1gf.:xr:-:afar:-if-,--f,--f- . r , .. f f - - , . V - if L- 3 1- if -1,-.-V 7-uf ,Q :p..:-L - 1:nfs-fgQf--'- --- -.1 - -LY in X -M -ff... UTWVHDUIYHG I zado dn Uyqouuy K A .Q ,F ,F Q . V. A I N Q K ,. .VA nb... ,J ,A , g ,N gg X,-.,, I " , . ,,...., 7,",.""'. . , . Q, 4, " , Qu , ' , , 1 1 ?j "L5 We . T f M . . i - . f ,.ma:,m.b..zse.. is:e,fTi+.14C.SE2+ .- f T2 ' V ei W' if 'f Q i gf.f4..s?:f:-m.?:f1z?,Et-fa12521-1i,fl'g"gv,,1,,7'.'r5 We ' 'QW Communication on the sea On the other side of the communications coin lies the visual communicators, the signalmen. When in visual range of other ships, be they military or civilian their job is to identify and communicate with them. They do this through various means such as, flash light, flag hoist and semaphore. The signal shack is run by the leading Signalman SM1 Christensen, who oversees the entire visual communications scene. But not without the help of people like SM2 Aiello, the overall signal bridge supervisor. But the signal gang is no different from those in Radio. There is always the men who make it click. On the signal bridge these men are SMSN Fultcher who is well trained ll tiyl 14.-fi-'Qi l ' 'J' Z-f --' NR . 1 -ff QD 3f,X V 1M W N Q ,X AX- M' 'rt---X -egg .5 1. ,.,A ..., X, . T- Q ' 41. sl r.rr f +1 f ' hw, .i i :Kg V sm ig , 4 3 in all aspects of visual communica- tions. He is a qualified signalman of the watch supervisor. Assisting him are men like SMSN Medows, between the two of them you can't find a more squared away Signal Shack. But of course the only people who might contest that fact are SMSA Marsh, Signalman Supervi- sor himself and backed up by the likes of SMSR Dye, Both men being highly qualified visual communica- tors. KL to RJ RMSN Biederstadt, RM1 Thomas, RMB Miller, RMSN Keith, SMSN Fultcher, RMSN Geurts, SN Jackson, RMSA Begley, RMSN Smith, RM2 Overbay Q: , 41? 1 1:17 f xi.. .. . 1 1,545 . 1 fx fi E If egg 'W ' , ,, il sin lila ' i .g U . 115 L f fi' ,l P , 4 'SN .1 D :el J . 736, 9 i. .. 11 ,W .+., 2'1- 65 Val gi, , JS.. 521 Sf!"109S '9?"ib9" U ' I i R f' oimo,,lff.'fQ'f'W W'535i5JlL.:smaqra1msi ' ' 'J".i " :. fa -f-- A f ep- -21 ,www ..L-- .wx '.-..af- -',..q-.fell r-17 iffy-.-f Wu rf- , Q... ,K 2 ,- 'ara-r wife'-J. J-.I f.L,a,:.:.ff.pf... t:,y,g.11:g:-' V-1 -ff, . , 'M 'Z za--:aiu--f.f10,. .-., ,:,.i,,...::v:r: f.'--f-f-- Torpedoman's Division Mate 4-VM, Sonar Technician CST? Monitoring the ocean depths Comprised of Sonarmen and Torpedomen whose 6 month mission is to seekout, classify, and destroy submarines. Ens. Barney Cramp is the division officer and NWSO as well as being the tallest man on the ship. The division chief SITE TV's own Chief Knorr has recently been awarded a letter of accommodation for having a "squared away" division and his extracurricular activities as head of the Navy Relief Campaign, and photo officer. - The leading petty officer is Berk Hanshaw. Being the oldest crew member, he has a habit of falling asleep in the barber's chair. The division's barber and supply P.O. is Ron Singleton, Sailor of the Quarter, also known as flipper. The "Jaws" of the division is Steve Deitrich an MK 116 tech- nician., who chose to get out "upon arrival vice becoming PO1. That leaves the position to Greg Litcher, better known as Chico, and the "Lil Hooter" John Finke. The S3-A Sonar System Tech. lead off with STG2 Grover Wallace and Jake Writsel, who by reporting a hostile sub fduring operation dawn patroll got us a case of beer. From the schools in California comes the duo of Hoagy and "Mot A11enrac" Tom Carnella. Addition- ally is no-doze Art Andreason, Steve "The Kid" Ellis, and Tom Hale, who STGC Knorr all work the maintenance on Aux. Equipment. Ricky J. "pay the rent" Peele, Floyd "Yo" Curtis and big Chris "Big Red" Mitchell handle tor- pedoes. The division mascott is "Aqua Dog" Bobby Brown. W Ens. Cramp 5 1 ...,..,........ -..,.. ' L... fr ,1 -if . f -Q .1-1..a.gL.1 -Q ,if ,ffff-,eff 1 ' "f?'f'Qggj,' if !,, lv X, M ,In N, .fflfbf ' 'ffygffl 1 WW ,WI ',,,, yy- 4 N va: VW .f fn ' WJ l ' N fx.-1, ff ,N - f nn :-'.,: S4 .ru wx '-2 42-flu f "",: LD-C-""A -. . ' ' - If " ' f' " n " - ' Wwffi'-P ' ,,Sv..i.1!.M,a.f..-a.s....,.1-...i...?..,Xa2'.Isa:.a:.aE ff' if 'ff ,'!" f+y-ri".'5i?3E,n. :-'?iF'ff - 1 ' MQ W .mmf S.: if 9'- Vi " " 'AT "T 'u n...-f,. I I '- Sailor-of-the-quarter STG3 Singleton Top STG3 Andreasen, TMSN Curtis, STG2 Wallace, TM3 Peele, STG1 Hanshaw, STG3 Finke, STGSN Ellis, STG2 Litcher, STG2 Dietrich Bottom STG!! Pannell, TM3 Coleman, STGSN Hale, STG3 Singleton, STG3 Carnella, STG2 Hogate, STGSR Michell, STG2 Writesel o in 'T ' f f e- +A V' 'fffsiaff WH!! CE Division: CE Division consists of thirteen people, loads of equipment and lots of work. Due to the wide range and quantity of equipment, the division has three separate Work centers ' "gan , 4 -:za , Q' -Q -e : uns- -M ,. W. W, ' .. b use .V , ff 4. ww N" A- 'fb Radars, radios, and electronic test equipment which maintain radars, radios, and electronic test equipment. Our responsiblities have kept us very busy during the Med. Cruise. They saw many ports and made LTjg Howard 'k .ga 4 Electronics Technician CETJ many new friends, but they kept in mind their primary job of keeping VIRGINIA in the highest state of communications readiness. ETC Keary Side IL to Rl ET3 Riffe, ET3 Breise, ET3 Baugh, ET3 Leonard, ET1 Saunders, ET1 Hetrick, ET3 Salinas, ET2 Cusack, ET2 Ballew, ET2 Walbroel, ETSN Hanson, ET3 Jernigan qmQmw crczrnznzsn111'msugwsafxuwwvxu:murine-,-as . li 1:4 rr-ru - ,11- hli- -hw e:4,.f',Lf Ari- v -f-Q-.-1. ........ .-- - --v..- , Mum.-+,.xfM , in O W - 'Q' . - . f-vm 1--' A' -. -. fri. 1 luv up' .mv -.., V pq-gg,-3-44. 4- Li f- Ii:-,.,:': f' ,,,g:gg3, 69 fe'-7' ' 'catch all" 1pf:3:z.1,v-:aff-'tw,,,f:':f: N-5. ,r CF Division Fire Control Technician QFTJ fclockwise lefth FTGC Jarvis, FTMC Vassalog MCPOC FTCM i ,S XV . Above KL to RJ FTM1 Wilson, FTMSN Hentsch, FTM1 Bates, FTM3 Brown, FTM2 Williams, FTMSN Oneill, FTM3 Height, FTM2 Howard 9 I' H'V'El:,xL:,. ,, W' -i 'i' is 4 V. Wright, LTjg Yoshida ,, fafziemx h he l ll 2 keg? X -X :Q rgx w. N i x "ss -Z J. .1....'.'9Iui-JL li? ., , ' f ' ..:,.M " ,, 1 iiiiie ,f Q,,zi k ,, 4. B Y -v X. F X i pi. - .. -..Av --'-- ' ..-, ' Q 'K Q 13 'Q iid 4-,,,. 'IQ . . .,,,., .,,, 1,.,-r,,,- ,Q , iff: :Qs-.sri ' w-462 5999-4f f'1iw :ii'gg,Lff-r' CF division consists of Fire Control Technicians, who operate and maintain their tracking and radar equipment. Their gear in 86 and 74 work centers help combat enemy attack by tracking targets for the Combat Information Center. ffrontl CL to RJ JO2 Poirier, FTG2 Williamson, FTG2 DeDear, FTG2 Wattenmaker, lbackl FTG3 Powell, YN3 Kling, FTGC Robbins fbelowb FTG3 Hibdon og 'Q ,gp nun: vi 1. .1 nuuuxzm x 4-4-me-w-n-vm NS1"'iZEL5.Fi.?gf4H,..3f f 4 M1 CD , . 54 Division. "The data Technician QDSJ , DSC Lockhart No Word describes CD Division better than heart, as the Word reflects highly on both the equipment and the determina- tion of its men. As the heart of the Combat Information Center, its men maintain and repair the computers which run the ships operational and weapons fire control programs, the display equipment which provides a visual display of the outside world, the link equipment which enables the ship to communicate with other surface vessels as well as planes and shore stations, and the 48 radar which is the primary air search radar. Top DS3 Alieff, FTM3 Garbus, DS2 Dejesa, DS2 Odom, FTM2 Brickley, DSSN McKer- nan, DS3 Nichols .W Side DS2 Williams, DS3 Gerber, FTM2 Honeycutt, DSSN Davidson, FTM3 Curry, DS3 Giamporcaro, DS2 Cooper .. ..:x..... ,..'c. rs.. -f.1fvf'lve-wr-vrvi-Ill., nn sr.,J.,. , . 4 . Ax V..-U A.-. ., wr- . , . ,,.,.. V r . - - - .. 4 . .,,,-. . Y' 1.:.....,, " ... ,..4.,fsv"'1f """' . .rn.r...-,.- ,s.w...r.saY-Y - f - 1 1iarda. CD' attack on the Gremlins! In data display, DS2 Dejesa, along with DS3 Nichols and DS3 McKernan, provides a high degree of operational readiness that encompasses working on twenty display consoles, two monitor control consoles, and all inter- communications within the CIC network. Maintenance technicians for the NTDS Digital Data Link Transmission group, DS2 Williams yn. A ' . l ll Q 1 . s x, ., gli'-.aicegp--'wp ny. 1. . -.f- - .- Q 1 . fi' and DS3 Gerber have kept this critical means of communication operational throughout the Med. This equipment allows the com- puters on board to exchange valuable information with the computers of other ships. While data display and link transmission are essential parts of the NTDS, it is not complete without the heart of every com- puterized system, the computer. Involved in the maintenance of the computers and its sophisticated peripheral equipment we find DS3 Alieff, DS Giamporcaro, and DSSN Davidson. These men keep in excellent repair the computers which all the other facets of CD Division revolve around. Without the computer's high speed capabilities everything would have to be done manually. , We in .CD are also pleased to have the personnel who maintain and operate the ship's primary air Search radar, the 48 fire control technicians. FTM3 Garbus and FTM3 Curry, besides keeping the radar in a state of readiness, can also be found in CIC during tracking exercises operating their height indicating consoles, thereby provid- ing valuable information for the ship's defense efforts. DS2 Cooper and FTM2 Honey- cutt are work center supervisors for the DS,s and FT's respectively. DS2 Odom, as division LPO, -'has the responsiblity of taking care of any problems which occur and keep the division running smoothly. DSC Lockhart is CD's most knowledgeable systems technician and has been acting division officer in the absence of LTjg Ford, who has assumed the responsibility of Navigator. Former LPO FTMI Kleckner, DS2 Williams, DSSN Davidson and DS3 McKernan are no longer on board, but we wish them the best for the future. ' IIQUQII gj I' :,,b?:EfF5??PZ3'5f,T-?'5f'5'Z'5' " Gunner' mate on target. . . f X! 56 Gunner's Mate QGMJ W u u ...., During our six months we had a number of missile shoots, which, as usual ' for CO div. were successful. To top it off, things turned for the much better, shooting illumination rounds on the fourth of July. As We went from port to port many shipmates in CO division found time to enjoy the tours to Rome, Egypt, and Athens. For the sailors in CO division the Med was a time to work hard and play hard, and wait for the day when they return to America, the finest port call for any sailor home from the sea. fPictured at topl LTjg Love and GMMC Armadiras QL to RJ GMMSN Cooley, GMM3 Alexander, GMM1 Edmisten, GMM1 Hannan, GMM3 Pummel, GMM3 Kluck, GMMSN Walker, GMM2 Farmer, GMM3 Covey, GMM3 Strickland, GMM2 Munzi, GMM3 Snipes 555517-"-7R5 1'lS YIYL1!2-"rm" 'nf-f-MA Tifsz' fff,--f - 1: :aux-1:11a f with the ed. M'ssion. QL to RJ GMG3 Ybanez, GMG3 Hedrington, GMG1 Gregory, GMGSN Buffington, GMG1 Hayden, GMG3 Brinker fi if ... mx ex R i r H L af F A I , r 3 1 1 1 1 P ! r F F 1 i L E 1 ! r p P E I F F E I I 75 ' T Q - -1-.e+.fi,Jiazr.fff.se4l,.:.- i i' 'M - ...f :.+:.,.: - -' P. :I 'Q- uinn Interior in Communications Ele,ctrician's Electrician UCB Mate CEMJ CQ? ToP-Lrjg US,-, a ins, Ca er 'V' Ziorhlered-LTiig . . E! N Ennis, SI.DE - 1 EMCONe1l 0 , v I f electric sp wi -t i The Electrical Division is responsible for the maintenance and repair-of the electrical equipment on board. Whether the job is servicing a turbine genera- tor, charging batteries on the small boats, maintaining the ship's entertainment system or just replacing a fuse, or light bulb. E Division is there with skilled personnel. E-div. is also responsi- ble, through the IC shop, for maintaining the ship's gyro- compasses and communication systems inside the ship. So E-division is generally kept busy insuring the ship's electrical systems are in proper operating conditions. E-Div. is divided into various workcenters to provide 'for the specific requirements in various areas. . 2 229 ff . i . 4. 1,-fn". 1 'T "X A 44, H XSMX .72 s .- M 9 .: X X ,A as x N Q , X . ft lr, I R 'X ki. f, V: Ax w i s s s . s we .N Y 4 -Q. -- Nw QL to RJ EM2 Devries, EM3 Hanshaw, EM3 Cardwell, EM2 Gandaria, IC3 Berry, EM2 Stefenel, EM2 Cass, EM2 Ambrose, EM3 Baura, IC1 Cook Wg if-, ,Cul lXYY21"zT'i?ih":.TET:" nf'E?EF7ff.I-'-'fF:,':t::fs,":fr.'r:f:':':':'5wv-Qs -ww-ev-aw a.x::mu.Aa: qw, H ,A f waqlww M 'M Mi M 5 Q 'J EM2 Rees EM3 Reger, EM2 Antrim, IC1 McAll1ster EM3 Rawlmg IC2 Rollms z vi...-r. -r, ,:':l:1-F1 :-5,1-4 fi .jf J: E-DIV CONT. Such workcenters as the Elec- tric shop for electrical equipment outside of the nuclear propulsion plant, the Reol and Reo2 work- centers for the two nuclear propul- sion plants, the Interior Commun- ications shop for the gyrocompasses and vital communication systems. Other workcenters are the Divisional Damage Control Petty Officer, and the E-Div. Compart- ment Master-at-arms. The E-div Compartment Master-at-arms is in charge of cleaning the division living spaces each morning. The Compartment MAA ensures that timely delivery and pick up of the divisions laundry is accomplished. During the Med. Cruise, E-div has gone stead fast with EM2 "Boo Boo" Rees as MAA, who will be sorely missed as he leaves upon arrival. The divisional training Petty Officer has the responsibility for CL to RJ EMFN Bontenigo, IC3 Holt, EM2 Hunter, EM3 Wordlow, EM3 Hilbish, EM3 Mackenzie, IC2 Sutowski, EM3 Neher, EM1 McCoy, EM2 Hutson scheduling lectures and seminars. He also helps individuals qualify for senior watch positions. ICQ Bob Saxon has been E-divisionsis TPO throughout the past six months. The Engineer's Technical Li- brary maintains the technical manuals and other necessary documents pertaining to equipment in the Engineering spaces. The librarian must inventory and update the numerous volumes aboard the ship and doing this job admirably. His name is EM2 Dan Stefenal. The Electric shop is tasked with the almost impossible job of keeping the electrical equipment which is outside of the nuclear propulsion plants. They must keep them in proper operating condition. 9 , Q X Q V ' A . m 1. it Q - , y, V, 4:44 W ff f 4' , gy,-f 1 , A , A V Y . K ., Q .fx .K QT., In of in I V! 7 , f ,,. ,Q X , I W.. 4 i Ni li -V .gf :ff 9 rf e if f' ff f , M , - . , JM' P 11" U ' ' 141' if fl- 41 "fx, LYQ-.izMz:iLr:l:25:ii:2'555551Tf:ufti'g'1a4xr':Q..L:E:grggf-im-f - A vq -e:,:f,.:d5,g..: xii Machinist's Mate K 7 MM M-2 Mmmmm Good! LTL? Martinez LTjg Northness MMC Allison f , S 14 L , ' x Q S X ff X, Y n 'I Y -u 41' gy Q 'S of 'iff z ibbfw ,Q fe! g 45' "'x " -4:17 'ff wi 5 W-V -If if Y of f o KLeft clockwisel MM2 Rockhill, MM2 Tubb, MM1 Fultz, MM3 Rabenold, MM2 Fields, MM2 Scott - MM2 Miller, MM2 Smith, MM2 Lehman, MM2 Ptacek, MM2 Herman, MM2 McFarland, MM2 Mask, MM2 Crouch, MM2 Crissman, MM2 Klinefelter, MM3 Wachlin, MM3 Keasler, MM2 Rowe, MM2 Barnhardt. -"M" 'W' - .,.'...-..- Th9IQ,S an -1 too. LTjg Holmes fsidel MM3 Johnson, MM1 Schardt, A MM1 Ordinetz, MM2 Lundy, MM2 Q Q Aliberti, MM1 Melesworth, MM2 Wynn 3 - . . ,Q wg., . 3 Q R I -ff --Q. .-f like 9 MMC Zdniak 2 S x , ' Q 4,3 ",, ' ' 5 na-,,, if ' Silberstein, Barnese, Meyer, David , Gower, Vincent, Selman, Cursan, McGar- 1 o - o if Vey, Spear , 1 , R , ' b- Q M , I 4, I f no , Q , , M , M , 1- - efxe we Q , eo "eg ...K Y ' N 5 5 M un-1 4 J . , K r XL e K , x Q .ew W mg 1 80 f- '1YE-25295322025-lillREl'5!1IiHR"aIQf-ETS'X33-CQ.IiLJ:JT,i.:6:i53 pmuu-,,J 1,3 , , W, " ff XX t X NX .-- 1 er .:mune..e:g ferr ygewwreagzmev- Engineering Leg Room regular lla I 1. il' Ill: af Electric Officer LT Fry MPS LT Wydra LT Mangan DCA LTjg Seizert 3 Q WN ire 4 1 iz -44 'S' w L fit: Li -V rrhr K I LOG ROOM Q EMI Felix iivii O YN3 Stephins YNSN Torrens L-DiVI i ' i I 1 i A W 3 1 3 2 i Q L i fi l v I I I "7 i i 1 ? They add the Chemistry to i VIRGINIA's advantage! I I W, -Q'----t-has-J LTjg Cassin +7 'R DA N G ER F MAD ELT AT WORK JS 'J g f if Division picture regrettably ' I f unavailable 1' i J I ,. i X 1 li is 5 7 5 4 ' Z 1 1 4 . J f ' - ,,,, . ---- -4 .Q -1-q1fg'u..fq" .rziam lgrliagwb- ' ' " 'y I Y 1-47: -V: A its In tn, ,Pnl LTjg Griffin LTjg Powell V ,. .. , .Q-1, , T-Div: Training backbone fBelow left to rightl MM2 Wightman, MM3 Rowe, EM2 Barcey, EM2 Tereskiewicz, EM2 Devine, EM2 Petrie, MM3 Francis, MM3 Wachlin, MM3 Wilson, MM3 Callahan, MM2 Konzelman, MM2 Mummert Viv Q . , 7 1 2 ' Q - , , x X V . ' , . , 4+v fBelowJ ET3 Martell, EM2 Chaffin, MM3 Anderson, MM1 Dotter MM2 Bramlett, MM3 Liberty, MM3 Peterson, EM3 Sharp 1 'wg' ' AX, , 4 it-'M'.'3 lg .r V .1 ' ' ,L , 3 y ,Af .Qs ,P 'ff X4 7 N! 3,4 t if xi- M, L. ' N 7.1 sauna oeh K P ""f"'2.fs::? ,4,f -1.01 V ' af 1 if ' f 1- ff f 'J if i"7"'T?5..2.l Q ,. g i , -' t Q! ' ' S A ,A f .V QQ? x Q 5 if , ' K Q ' - Vwl1?S.xf7T'zQl."1:?51 11 Fla li' , . ' a r V I l I 1 r 4 1 X. if ,w -r 1 ii 1 I 4 s y I . 4 i w il' ll- 1 r l .M 1, , w 'm l Reactor Control QRCJ knows how. . . RC division operates and maintains the electronic equipment associated with the reactors on- board. They put in long hours ensuring that everything runs smoothly, as smoothly as it has always operated on the VIRGINIA. , 'W M if Y f f LTjg Nesrstra ETC Parker ,Q Q it ET2 Brac, ET2 Kerlin, ET3 Mizopalko, ET3 Donahue fer' 3 ig, ET3 Hartwig, IC2 Patton, ET3 Bullock, EM3 Bonaly, ET3 Henley, IC2 Costello, MM3 Barr, ET2 Hooks V , ,V I1 VV,, 7, f Q X J, ,Vyh X 9 , x X ,K KV i,S,,k , , I I ' 4,1 ' '-rn ' exfrt i,,, MM2 North, ET2 Kerlin, EM3 Surdam, X I 'Q ' ' 43- ' gg 'K .ln 4 ,, I -4 . , , y .1 'L , I wr ywwrw---W ET2 Frye, ET1 McDade, ET2 Newton, ET2 Earley, ET2 De1Castillo, ET2 McMullen, ET2 Bauer, ET3 Schumacher, ET2 Hunter, ET2 Andrews, ET3 Rupp ET2 Mathus, ET2 Rose, ET1 Salinas, ET3 Jones, ET1 Reardon, ET2 Moonitz, ET2 Spadoni, ET2 Jaskiewicz, ET2 Barnes. F i ' 1 l I l. li mi , li lil ll i, i it ii in 1-4 if l ii il l il ,l fi 'i xi i ,U ,il if fi ll In Ni' 1.11 ii- ,4, ll? hai .,.,.........,....,.....w.,..,.,-,,..,.,-,..-,-,..k,v.... U. .. .. -..-4 u 1 1. nv ,va nn s- - V M- -X - - rIii.Q."i"' Qif'5'f5 " :'35'eu.?"' - f '- ' cc 77 R-DW: You Want it, e make it Hull Maintenance Technician CHTJ If L A - LTjg Rutter HTC T. Gregston 6 . vw . , X ., , ,,7A Y All g A- W 44 5 wi - 4 ai... J -:J 'Q if i 5 2 N! 1 S QR to Ll HT2 Jackson, HT3 Peters, MR2 Shilling, HT3 Parsons, HT2 Shroy, HT3 Davis, HT2 Breslin, MR3 Marrier 86 4414 ,sqm -N R Yi KL to RJ HTFN Pusluzny HTFN Short FN Goff FA Pontlous HTFN Plante HTFA Atkmson HTFN Laton FN Illmgsworth HTFN was il, il, 4 -3 14 F, ,-eff:1-fgseaewufffs , , , - ang: "If it breaks, We'll fix" Well, What can We say about A division. Basically they're a bunch of hard Working men Q31 in alll, that repair and maintain a large amount of 2 equipment onboard the ship. l A "A" Div. itself has 5 Work centers that carry a fair share for the division A as well as the ship. I A A The first work center is hydraulics, responsible for radar cooling rooms, 1 elevators and steering gears. I l E ii Work center EAO2 maintains small boats and emergency diesel lji generators. EAO4, Auxiliary consists of a reboiler, laundry, gallery and heating. EAO5 maintains air conditioning and refrigeration equipment. , EAOO is the administrative office for A division. X, Q z. , . l Ensign Berner If ii l il lg 3 s ru www, W Aff, K Q1 ggi, 'ffl fx! i . 4 1. . A , T ,L i i if r .i i'IA ,, ii: . I ill? ' ll lk gilii CL to RD MMFN Stanley, MMFN Kirk, ENFN Jones, MMFN Goodwin, FA Linthicum, MMFN Meyer, ENFN Haid, MM3 Jarrett M 341' .. ll' v 4 Ui' , 1 wg ' 4 4 1 I I fr in f 1 ll ll gl . ss ..-...n-...1.-Q.-...,.2..,.y.v,... ..-44 ---4 Q. vflnvv--n.ffpf.,.,.,..-,1 ..,,.,,f..,. , , ,,, . , , 1Wf-'--'-- -" -- ---Q---'1----------ff- - .-f. .- .......m.....-- -.if -AQ---f--112 f---v T:-A ---Y--.....,..,,,,,.f,iZ,f,-it ,zen LJ, -:W-in Q , , Q . X .. f 7 A- yy 9 . wi 1 ng i N I , X , ,, CL to RJ MMFA Trimble, MM3 Frontz, FN Eldridge, En2 Q Dunaway, MM2 Clark, ENFN Hill, MM3 Buckley ' ! I. l Y l Q ' Z ' I .W , , , ff I . JI., L ,lui ,V 7 41, :fm X Ei f' ,f my f f -, , 4 i. 5 .V f f f 1 41 ' - X . T 1 A p """ if " l mm e e f 5.-7, l , 1 I I I i i CL to RJ EN1 Towsend, MM8 Saterfield, EN2 Underwood, MM3 Ferris, MM3 Rue, MMI Swift, MM2 Boehrns, MM2 Prokop l xn nfv . . -nnnn:xu1 ,z , 7-'F7:i9'9 , E E3 ' f gy a. ' ' -- .... Lg . . e ,-,- A , 1 QW qi. ft -l lil 4 ,Ll rl! .kill 1 i-4 - - ,.,.,--x..,s.,,,,5s. - V L .V v... ,f .Lg f ..-,. L ..,,-.,, ,. Mrs. .-,.- ml,-ff - .--.- -- - - - ,. - V . Div: The uppl Storekeeper QSKJ Storekeepers are described as many things, from box kickers to skates. We would now like to shed a little light on who they are and what they do. Division officer Senior Chief Storekeeper Edwin H. Wofford, fmore affectionately known by his men as "Crazy Eddie"J was born in Gainesville Georgia. Amoung the many tasks as- signed, his most important job is to assure all supply demands are met in a most expeditious manner. Senior chief Wofford reported for duty aboard VIRGINIA 12 March 1978. S-1's leading petty officer is SK1 Christino Ramos. Nicknamed "bear hair", he was born in the Philippines, and entered the Navy in 1967. As LPO he is responsible for the general supervision of S-3. SK1 Ramos is one of the few plank owners still onboard. SK1 :Walter "Squirrel', Krop- tavich is the work center supervisor for the Supply Support Center CSSCJ. It is his job to handle all the shipping of necessary material which may need repairs or that may be in excess. SK2 Charles Roberts more commonly known as "Oral Roberts", and not because of religious convic- tions, but because he has a big Connection mouth. Charlie is the Dptar records keeper which in laymens terms means he is responsible for keeping accurate records of the ships operating budget. To fully under- stand and respect this man's job, you will have to go to Buffalo, N.Y. Charlie will soon be discharged from the Navy and is shuffling back to Buffalo. SK3 Lester Thomas McMinnis Jr "Teddy", is requisitioning storekeeper. He orders all the repair parts and consumables the ship may need. 'Lester is a native of Danville, Virginia. . SK3 Stephen Clark, replaces SK2 Roberts as Optar records- keeper. We donit know much now about this recent reportee but anyone from Long Island by way of England isn't all bad. SK3 Christopher A. Koster is the stock records storekeeper. As such he keeps an accurate record of all repair parts and consumables kept on board. Chris is from Dearborn Heights Michigan. SK3 Stanley "Boying" Fajardo is Storeroom Supervisor, and is responsible for overall maintenance of storerooms and contents within. Stanley is from Subic Bay, Philip- pines. rf:4',::.-sez. 1. 1.l"p..i'-'12-nun v- ,. ,- Fmnnnnitlfhl X SKCS Wofford SK3 Ronald Jackson works in the after storerooms, where he is senior supervisor, and claims he works as hard as "Big Daddy". He has made his home Scottsboro, Alabama. SKSN James A. Hatfield works in the forward storerooms with SK3 Fajardo, and is also an outside storekeeper. Jim is junior man in the division, so we call him "Boot", "Trap", etc. etc. His home is Louisville, Kentucky. M. Kime, Lubold, and R. Simonis are gone but not forgotten. Good luck to all their future aspirations. ----------s-un1-1l7- K fl --- - --W 11-.-.-.u1-gn-.Bf.nn--maU--.'UhFnY-:-.-iLhi1J.'liL--1IAl'4 Y 413- "-"1iLh51-l 143 A w C f. Z '4 " Y 4,54 Y ,. -ff KL to RJ SK3 Clark, FRONT: SKSN Koster, SK3 McMinnis, SKSA Simonis, SK3 Fajardo, SKI Kroptavich, SKI Ramos. BACK SK2 Roberts, SK2 Lubold, SKSA Hatfield, SKSN Jackson, SK2 Kime -.1 '-if 'lf i gs. S A XX- x I I 4 E 2 ,,,,-....--.....,....,., - 1 -1 ' ' --an 1 + .-.U. : -', ,45:.!...LiLf4L ML - El Ex N I .ix ' 1 I 'f"' ": ' 'H , . , , - Q Q fi ,,., V A K W X f ,V , X5 .. .L , an I A- p . 1- .. V- 'N .- -up - f 921' X . sv 4 f, gi vii C , . 1' A at. I 1 I , V, VL ., f I Q ,- N YISX mA, 1, , wx.-Mg. ,, 4--N, .. , Q My f ,R A vw 0. Q . . 5955 ' V U ,, X X 0 s ip YQ' 'Ziiiffk 1' f 3 A Q 'V W 65 v ' . .J .-...M -4 1:16 ,4 -:ff YJ' 'N' ,wi QL to RJ MS1 Cruz, MS2 Manulid, MS2 Santos, MS1 Opena, MSSN Gregory, MSSN Tomasetti, MSSN Dale Raub, MSSA Harris 93 il ll l l ,. i M ii il ll in 11 li V u M ilf gl Qi ll . ll W l r ll l ill -1 1 il l l l I i rl Nl il r-W ll! ,, 1 . Disbursing Clerk lDKl If you think you've got a large load of laundry at home you should see VIRGINIA's. We have enough to fill a Tide commercial for a year. Not to worry with the likes of SH3 Eddie Kiper, SHSN Ken Joyer, SHSA Mark Howard, SHSN Shane McDonald, SA Kenny Laplante, SA Bill Minyard, and SR Pete Wnorowski. SH3 Young, our ship's store operator is still trying to sell plots in the Roman Catacombs. If you develop the munchies, SHSN Ronnie Dodd and SHSN Kreiner can cure you with a visit to the ship's soda fountain. Talk about a morale booster. Some complain the hair falls quickly in the Barber shop, Where SHSN "Take it off" Hessen and SN Dan Belarmino cut everyone's hair. Though determined not to, most visit the barbers once a month. Newly arrived DKSA Philfadel- phial Melleski has joined the disburs- ing ranks with DK2 Steve Bieber. SH2 Roscoe Barnes and SH1 Zoilo Zalazar are responsible for keeping the Division on it's toes and enforce it. We all live a lot healthier with the presents of SH3 Pickett, who kept our living space the most sanitary in the fleet. The men in S-3 division provide the ship with one of the most important functions, by making our daily lives seem closer to home. -3: Their fBottom, L to RJ SHSN Hessen, SHSN Kreiner, SHSN McDonald, SHSN Young, SHSN Dodd, SH1 Salazar CSideD SH3 Pickett r V 'mf ,G ,lf i - S ,f ' 4 Wy, f , af 'f , ff f 2 ' J f rf M14 . 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