Virginia (CGN 38) - Naval Cruise Book

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I tiki, !3'?v?1P1efs :1:'x29?E- S ' i 2 :NSF il kxf' A E X ,N 5 "z?f2'ffwwPff'f"" f 'X A EE.EE E, EEEE , -ig- ,av-f4 "' sag, ,,.f.-,.-vu 'F ...3.,.4. :urn--1 . . .1-iujqs S K f ' + ' . 4 , I f 1 THE USS VIRGINIA ICGN-38j IS THE FIRST SHIP OF A NEW CLASS OF NUCLEAR POWERED GUIDED MISSILE CRUISERS, THE "VIRGINIA"CLASS. THE NUCLEAR PROPULSION PLANT WILL DRIVE VIRGINIA IN EXCESS OF 30 KNOTS. THE PROPULSION PLANT PROVIDES THE VIRGINIA WITH HIGH SPEED ENDURANCE WHICH IS VITAL TO OUR NAVY'S NUCLEARPOWERED TASK FORCE CONCEPT. THE FIRST NUCLEAR REACTORS INSTALLED CONTAIN SUFFICIENT FUEL FOR ABOUT 10 YEARS OF OPERATION. THE MISSION OF THE USS VIRGINIA IS TO OPERATE OFFENSIVELY IN THE PRESENCE OF AIR, SURFACE, OR SUBSURFACE THREATS INDEPENDENTLYOR WITH NUCLEAR POWERED OR CONVENTIONAL STRIKE FORCES, AND TO PROVIDE PROTECTION TO THESE FORCES AND OTHER NAVAL FORCES OR CONVOYS AGAINST AIR, SURFACE, OR SUBSURFACE THREATS. SHE IS THE SIXTH NUCLEAR POWERED CRUISER TO BE BUILT FOR THE NAVY. TO ACCOMPLISH HER DESIGNED MISSION, VIRGINIA IS EQUIPPED WITH A FULLY INTEGRATED COMBAT SYSTEM COMBINING FOUR ELEMENTS: TARGET DETECTION, DIGITAL DATA PROCESSING, COMMAND AND CONTROL, AND WEAPONS CONTROL. WEAPONS DELIVERY WILL BE ACCOMPLISHED WITH TWO MULTI-PURPOSE DUAL ARM GUIDED MISSILE LAUNCHING SYSTEMS WITH ASROC KANTI-SUBMARINE ROCKETSJ CAPABILITYQ EIGHT HARPOON CANNISTERSQ TWO 5"f54 CALIBRE LIGHT WEIGHT GUN MOUNTS AND TWO THREE BARREL TORPEDO LAUNCHERS. TOP: IN DRYDOCK, SUBIC BAY, P.I. MIDDLE: "SEE HER AS SHE SAIL" VIRGINIA ON PATROL "GONZO STA- TION" INDIAN OCEAN. BOTTOM: "BIRD'S AWAYI' l I I I 7 P 4 I L I CAPTAIN R. I-I AILE , USN BORN IN SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, CAPTAIN AILES ENTERED THE UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY IN JUNE 1953. HE WAS GRADUATED AND COMMISSIONED AS ENSIGN ON 7 JUNE, 1957. CAPTAIN AILES' FIRST SEA ASSIGNMENT WAS USS WILLIARD KEITH IDD-7551 WHERE HE SERVED AS CIC OFFICER DURING DEPLOY- IVIENTS TO' THE NORTH ATLANTIC, MEDITERRANEAN AND INDIAN OCEAN. SUBSEQUENT SEA ASSIGNMENTS INCLUDE DUTIES AS OPERATIONS OFFICER OF USS CONYNGHAM IDDG-172 AND COMMANDING OFFICER OF USS HAMMEREURG IDE-10152 IN THE ATLANTIC FLEET AND EXECUTIVE OFFICER OF THE USS SOMERS CDDG-341 AND THE USS LONG BEACH ICGN-91 AND COMMANDING OFFICER OF USS BROOKE IFFG-11 IN THE US. PACIFIC FLEET. IN ADDITION, CAPTAIN AILES ALSO SERVED AS OPERATIONS OFFICER ON THE STAFF OF DESTROYER DIVISION 222. SHORE DUTY ASSIGNMENTS INCLUDE POSTGRADUATE EDUCATION AT THE NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL AT MONTEREY, CALIFOR- NIAQ NUCLEAR ENGINEERING TRAINING AT BAINBRIDGE, MARY- LAND AND WEST MILTON, NEW YORKQ DUTY AS COMMANDING OFFICER AND DIRECTOR OF THE OFFICER DEPARTMENT OF THE U.S. NAVAL NUCLEAR POWER SCHOOL AT MARE ISLAND, CALIFORNIAg AND DUTY IN THE OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF DEFENSE FOR SYSTEMS ANALYSIS. CAPTAIN AILES WAS PROMOTED TO HIS PRESENT RANK ON 1 SEPTEMBER, 1977. HE REPORTED TO THE USS VIRGINIA ICGN-382 IN JULY 1978. HE IS MARRIED TO THE FORMER CLARA J. SWIFT OF' ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA AND THEY HAVE TWO CHILDREN. CENTER LEFT: CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS, ADMIRAL THOMAS B. HAYWARD AND CAPTAIN AILES. TOP RIGHT: RE-ENLISTMENT OF QMC MCMILLIAM. BOTTOM RIGHT: SERVING STEAKS AT A PICNIC. BOTTOM LEFT: AWARDS CEREMONY ON THE FANTAIL IN THE I.O. EXECUTIVE OFFICER I LCDR LINDFORS, A NATIVE OF JOHNSBURG, N.Y., RECEIVED HIS COMMISSION AS AN ENSIGN FROM THE U.S. NAVAL ACADEMY ON 7 JUNE 1967. HIS FIRST TOUR OF DUTY WAS ABOARD USS HOLDER IDD-8191 AS FIRST LIEUTENANT FROM AUGUST 1967 UNTIL JULY 1968 AND WITH HIS PROMOTION TO LIEUTENANT QJUNIOR GRADED HE AS- SUMED THE DUTIES AS ANTI-SUBMARINE WARFARE OFFICER. HE REMAINED ON THE HOLDER UNTIL SEP- TEMBER 1969. LCDR LINDFORS NEXT SERVED ON THE USS MONMOUTH COUNTY ILST-10327 AS EXECUTIVE OFFICER, WHILE THE SHOP OPERATED OFF THE COAST OF VIETNAM. HE TOOK OVER THE JOB OF COMMANDING OFFICER IN AUGUST 1970 AND LEFT THE MONMOUTH COUNTY AS A LIEUTENANT. LCDR LINDFORS WENT TO THE NAVAL DESTROYER SCHOOL IN NEWPORT, R.I., AND UPON ITS COMPLETION, WENT TO THE USS TALBOT IDEG-42 AS THE 81131-EEATIONS OFFICER AND ALSO SERVED AS WEAPONS ER. ORDERED FROM TALBOT IN JUNE 1973, HE ASSUMED COMMAND OF THE USS ENHANCE IMSO-437j ON 10 SEPTEMBER 1973, WHERE HE SERVED UNTIL OCTOBER 1975. IN 1976, LCDR LINDFORS WAS SELECTED FOR THE NUCLEAR POWER PROGRAM ATTENDING NUCLEAR POWER SCHOOL AT ORLANDO, FLORIDA AND RECEIVED PROTOTYPE TRAINING AT BALLSTON SPA, N.Y. UPON HIS COMPLETION OF SCHOOL, HE WAS ASSIGNED TO THE USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER KCGN-69j IN EARLY 1977 WHERE HE SERVED AS ELECTRICAL OFFICER, AND THEN D.C.A. LCDR LINDFORS REPORTED TO THE USS VIRGINIA ICGN-381 ON 10 AUGUST 1980. LCDR LINDFORS IS MARRIED TO THE FORMER NANCY CARTER OF ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND. THEY HAVE TWO SONS AND ONE DAUGHTER. Eli Pl' If' CHAPLAI N LCDR SHARPE IS CHAPLAIN ABOARD THE USS VIRGINIA. HIS JOB IS BUSY AND VARIED. SHARING THE CHALLENGES OF LONG DEPLOYMENTS AND DEMANDING OPERATIONS WITH THE REST OF THE CREW, HE SEEKS TO PROVIDE SPIRITUAL LEADERSHIP AND MORAL GUIDANCE FOR HIS MEN. HE IS FREQUENTLY CALLED UPON IN TIMES OF PERSONAL CRISIS AND SPENDS MUCH TIME COUNSELING MEN. THE ALL TOO FAMILIAR EMERGENCY MESSAGE FROM HOME IS HIS TO DELIVER. THE SHIP'S CHAPLAIN IS ASSISTED BY A RELIGIOUS PROGRAM SPECIALIST WHO IS TRAINED TO ASSIST HIM IN MEETING THE VARIOUS DEMANDS OF HIS JOB. TOGETHER, THE CHAPLAIN AND HIS "RP" SEEK TO MEET THE EMOTIONAL AND SPIRITUAL NEEDS OF VIRGINIA'S MEN AND THEIR FAMILIES. ADDITIONALLY, THE CHAPLAIN OFFERS DAILY PRAYERS AT SEA, EDITS AND PRODUCES THE SHIP'S MONTHLY FAMILYGRAMS AND SERVES AS SIGHTSEEING TOUR DIRECTOR, LIBRARY OFFICER, LIASON FOR THE SHIP'S OMBUDSMAN PROGRAM, MEMBER OF THE HUMAN RELA- TIONS COUNCIL, WELFARE AND RECREATION COMMITTEE, ETC. ' ,..--::" 139 il if A -56' - YW ,' ,,,.n N 1 ' f' .' 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ROOSEVELT u Y D Jw fx G 9 E 1 ' r C , O 3 N ' R f I O X,-M., ww-9, ,lzpndlllllkw K x . f , ..., - A X , K Mn. ,, x . x. 2 x o 13 Q WW F , 4 M A 'X WW THIS IS A DRILL THIS IS A DRILL FIRE, FIRE, FIRE, CLASS "B" FIRE IN COMPARTMENT AWAY THE NUCLEUS FIRE PARTY, ALL PERSONNEL NOT INVOLVED STAND CLEAR OF LADDERS AND PASSAGEWAYS 5 U1 1 . I Q I S FLIGHT QUARTER'S "FLIGHT QUARTERS, FLIGHT QUARTERS, ALL PERSONNEL CONCERNED MAN YOUR FLIGHT QUARTERS STATION. THE SMOKING LAMP IS OUT ON ALL WEATHER DECKS, ALL PERSON- NEL REFRAIN FROM THROWING POSSIBLE FOD MATERIAL OVER THE SIDE. ALL PERSON- NEL STAND CLEAR OF THE AFT SUPERSTRUC- TURE AND WEATHERDECKS AFT OF FRAME 195 DUE TO ROTOR SHRAPNEL DANGER. ALL HANDS REMOVE HATS TOPSIDE. NOW FLIGHT QUARTERS. MAN ALL VERT REP STATIONS." HOLD THAT LINE! CONNECTED REPLENISHMENTS WERE A COM- MON EVENT IN THE I.O. THEY WERE NORMAL- LY USED TO TRANSFER SUPPLIES, BUT IN A FEW CASES PERSONNEL WERE BOUNCED ACROSS FROM SHIP TO SHIP. I 9 . - I Plmi- N.. 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JOGGING WAS THE MAIN EVENT - DURING THE CRUISE TWO 26 MILE MARATHONS WERE HELD, THAT,S APPROXIMA- TELY 130 LAPS AROUND THE SHIP! 4 I I I I I I f , f UP TOP THE CAPTAIN COOKS, WHILE BELOW RON SIEZER AND "BUTCH" BOURGET I Q I I X I I "COOK', - SHOWING HOW THEY,VE COME TO BE REGARDED AS TWO OF VIRGINIA'S BEST RUNNERS 30 , I I I GARY BL THE JONES GIRL THEY PLAYED ROCK AND ROLL AND DISCO. WE SAT BACK AND APPLAUDED. THEY CAME BY HELO ONE SUNDAY MORNING AND LEFT LATER THE SAME DAY. BEFORE THEY LEFT - THEY BROUGHT A GREAT DEAL OF ENJOYMENT REMINDING US OF BETTER DAYS. lst VIRGINIA Sonar Dome Classic brought out the best in limited sports . . . "String Volleyballf, Teams fiercely battled heat and competi- tion in a controversial playoff. The Disease's defeated the Mutants 2-1 for the Championship. ' 32 For entertamment USO tour group Gary and the Jones Glrl performed two 1nsp1r1ng shows one qu1et Sunday afternoon In the lst annual VIRGINIA Gong Show MHTIOH and Byrne demonstrate award w1nn1ng talent wh1le the mfamous Bagman made an unscheduled appearance Q , ' - f -.vw NNWNX-X -N- X -xx,.,N""f ' S 4? Q4 H 1 ffNx 0 W' WI XX 1 , wi f i f f . ,,,4g Z 4 f 1 WX ' r A ,, 714 iff Z f kv 1 ,fr 'Q ,, X 5, P I M V ' ff: -wwgf 5 Wulf My f ,, 45 k 1 .,.,,,N, ,WX Z W rx K ff at f uf' 4 , f 112 M ff , A L, ' v Q 1 E Ch' w Z MK A 7 ,I ,Af Z 'ii ff . W ,ii F 1 A ' 7' If " W X , . 'J f W!!! LW , , -'WM , 4-M nf WW W I x WW, W lf WM ,W ,, 3 5 N XS mx .1 N , . 1. f J . w 1 J N N i V f fi, 5 Q if , A 1 . i F W 1 1 L , 1, , P I Q K in w 1 P wf 'i 1 Q36 N - . A ,,,,,,,,? Q 9 9 M .ul CROSSING THE LINE I I I I I I 14 I ,I I. i e 7 1 'n , 15 ji I WARNING WHITE - WEAPONS TIGHT ' WARNING YELLOW - WEAPONS TIGHT WARNING RED - WEAPONS TIGHT WARNING RED - WEAPONS FREE wgf I 38 L BIRDS AWAY! 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ABOVE: "BIG BAD" BRAC AND "SLICK" SAWTELL SETTLE A CONFLICT IN "ANOTHER ONE BITES THE DUST". - "DARTS ANYONE?" - "KILROY IS HERE" - "COSTELLO'S CORNER" l . , , - x':1-.:.-,1--i- BATTLE GR OUP II I USS VIRGINIA E GI EERS iv I , is -f-"T, H, wt , ,,,, "my," , ,,' 475 LCDR BURROW -:..i-...'c' .-- LCDR STRATTQN I I W 1 ,Q l .. .- 1 ' . ,L L -- ' " T T nuff' - ' 9? "-. 'U -X N w x , "1 , 6 , , fl , fx 12 ff' 'TL C 41" X . .f,.s' -, LJ 3 I ,W si " 43' I ,H -- it vffix X ,n' l - 'x' 'XX :E ff' XJ -'75, X ,f' 1' X I ff' i I I .i. '45 41' fii- Rx 'L'- ' .NM ,JHIII - ""l:nnur"' A II --- 1 - ' V "' It i Y Y CL-1-1 . su A LT RUTTAR LT BERNER LT MARTINEZ LT SEIZERT - s LTJG WILL LTJG DURHAM LTJG BORNEMEIR T LTJG CARLSON DIVISION FROM THE TIME SEA DETAIL WAS SET ON APRIL 16TH 1980 UNTIL OUR SUBSEQUENT RETURN ON DECEMBER 22ND 1980, WE FOUND OUR RESOURCES TAXED TO THE LIMIT. E DIVISION WORKED HARD FROM THE VERY BEGINNING, WHEN WE WERE GIVEN A SURPRISE OPERATIONAL REAC- TOR SAFEGUARDS EXAMINATION QORSED. WE PULLED TOGETHER FOR THAT AND ESSENTIALLY HUNG ON TO THAT TOGETHERNESS FOR 8 LONG MONTHS. FROM TELEPHONES TO TURNTABLES, GENERATORS TO GYROS, E-DIVISION CHECKS IT, CLEANS IT, TESTS IT, FIXES IT 24 HOURS A DAY UNDERWAY OR IN PORT. 92 Qi' WIN ,,,. 'ESQ EMC ROBINSON EMI ANGBLICCHIO EM2 ANTRIM IC2 ARCURI ICFN BARRYOUMB 2-' I V EM2 CASS EM 2 CHAFFIN ics CLARK IC1 cook IC3 COOMBS 50 ,J -4 EMFN COX EM2 DEVINE EM2 GRABLE ICFN HENRY. EM2 HILBISH Nw l X X? 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AFTER WHICH THEY ARE SENT TO THEIR RESPECTIVE DIVISION, E, RC, M OR L. , L.fi,f7f w xiii. if V , , 1' WH fx 5 HTC GREGSTON HTC HAND ', SOME HTFN ATKISSON HT2 COLES HT2 DANNER HT3 HUFFMAN HTFN .ILLINGSWORTH HTFN INTINARELLI HT3 LATON HT3 MECHULE ,,' Machinery Repairman CMRJ nf sk N, HT2 SCHNEIDER MR2 SHILLING HT2 SHROY DIVISION Y 4 1 E 1 I A . M... , .,A, . , ,, , - . ,L,5 . ,Fi Wx. 'f lm DI VISION THERE WERE MANY LONG AND HARD HOURS SPENT ON DIESELS AND DAMAGE CONTROL WHILE THE TEMPERS AND TEMPERATURES WERE RISING BOTH INSIDE THE SHIP AND OUTSIDE. WE WOULD HAVE REALLY BEEN HOT INSIDE IF IT HADN'T BEEN FOR THE HARD WORK OF EAf5 OR OUR ACXR CAIR CONDITIONING REPAIRJ SHOP. ANOTHER WORK CENTER THAT HELP KEEP THE CREW STAYING COOL IS OUR "DIESEL DUM- MIES" OR BETTER KNOWN AS THE ENGINEMEN OF EAO2. THIS WORK CENTER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE UPKEEP OF OUR LIBERTY BOATS AND DIESEL GENERATORS ONBOARD. IF THESE DIDN'T DO THEIR JOB RIGHT NOBODY WOULD BE ABLE TO GO ON THE BEACH WHILE IN PORT. MMC SWIFT MM2 BOEHRNS MMFA CLINE MMFN DITOMASSO MM2 FERRIS his xl MM3 KIRK MMFN LUNN MMFN MAHON MMFN NEIER MM2 PROKOP W MM2 RUE MMFN RYDER EN1 TQWNSEND EN2 UNDERWOOD MM3 WATKINS .WI I QV DI VISIO MM'S OPERATE, MAINTAIN AND REPAIR THE SHIPS STEAM PROPULSION AND AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT. THEY, LIKE f OTHER NUCLEAR OPERATORS, SPEND MOST OF THEIR TIME ON WATCHES IN Ty' THE ENGINE ROOMS. I if MM2 BARNESE MM2 FIELDS MM3 HINCH MM3 LIBERTY 3 . X - X li 2 I' NK N , J 3 1 Z .M-X' I ,, ' " ' - MX 8.3 MM3 RETZ MM2 SAWTELL MM3 SCHIEFEN MMI SELMAN MM3 WIGHTMAN I l CUM AT SYSTEMS LT YOSHIDA LTJG FORD LT MANZI LTJG CRAINQIE5 mah. LTJG MILLS LTJG MCMANUS ENS KIRKPATRICK LTJG KAUFMAN DIVISIO COMPLICATED ELECTRONIC, ELECTRICAL, HYDRAULIC, AND MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT IS REQUIRED TO COMPUTE AND RESOLVE THE FACTORS WHICH INFLUENCE THE ACCURACY OF GUIDED MISSILES AND GUNFIRE. THESE SKILLED SPECIALISTS MAINTAIN AND REPAIR ALL THIS EQUIPMENT. IN SHORT, FT'S MAINTAIN AND REPAIR FIRE CONTROL SYSTEMS, INCLUDING FIRE CONTROL RADARS, AND WEAPONS DIRECTION SYSTEMS. THEY MAKE MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC CASUALTY ANALYSES. FT'S OPERATE, TEST, LUBRICATE, INSPECT, ALIGN AND CLEAN AND ADJUST AND CALIBRATE FIRE CON- TROL COMPONENTS AND SYSTEMS. I 'RRR ' is AIIICC -f-fig Z Z W: ,j g -A5 Jig, ,T WSJ. - f " 1' Lf TT- 4' iii: as 1- R f 'N 'f - . QxNQf9 ',,,Q-A 'wb 4 4 I ' I Wi XI, V' L wma Tv Q J I I fi x b , ,AX XZ i M -,4. Q, 4, ff ' ff X M ' ? iff' .. L, QQ fi, , ff 1 Q : , Wf ,,., f "M S 1- V 5 J W , QS I , yy 93? X X V S , :T-is: N 5 , ,R 513, ,V R Svfzgh ii P, ,www fwww ,E UL'-,Q NMS. X. My gxffii , W, ki m, , 'f, wx W 7 SR I X' I Q , I 'MQW' ix ', 'ff' 4'-,,"Xx in ' f S 52 Z WA'7WW""W f""'f f f' , E ff f A 'N ' if I X I I ef2f,fz mf, ,fn " Q1 I' V' " I 2 QQ I v I W' q f, G Q FTMC VASSALO FTGC JARVIS FTMC PEARL FTGSN ATKINSON FTMI BATES 1? 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I u ZS 1- 'v'fU" an A 0 'Nb X WR s .. ,MJ ' S W P ,, ,. ... 2 I. .Ng ,AGM .WW www, CE DIVISIO CE DIVISION IS COMPOSED OF HIGHLY SKILLED ELECTRONIC TECHNICIANS WHO MAINTAIN A SUITE OF COMPLEX EQUIPMENT INCLUDING ALL COMMUNICATION TRANSMITTERS AND RECEIVERSg ALL NAVIGATIONAL EQUIPMENTQ TWO SEARCH RADARSQ OVER 600 ITEMS OF TEST EQUIPMENTQ AND ALL COUPLERS, ANTENNAS, REPEATERS, AND PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT. ONE OF THE SMALLEST DIVISIONS ON THE SHIP MAINTAINED THIS ARRAY OF ELECTRONIC WIZARDRY THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE DEPLOY- MENT, AND IT WAS DONE IN A HIGHLY PROFESSIONAL MANNER. ETC KEARY ET3 HANSON ET3 JERNIGAN I ET1 JOHNSON ET3 LIVERMORE ET2 LORD ETI RHOADS ET2 SALINAS 1--- L., CD DIVISIO NAVAL WARFARE IN THIS AGE OF ATOMIC POWER AND BALLISTIC MISSILES REQUIRES QUICK AND CORRECT ANSWERS TO COMPLICATED MATHEMATICAL PROB- LEMS. THESE ANSWERS ARE OBTAINED BY THE USE OF ELECTRONIC DIGITAL COMPUTERS. THE DS KEEPS THIS VITAL EQUIPMENT IN OPERATION. 1 DS TECHS MAINTAIN ELECTRONIC DIGITAL DATA SYSTEMS- AND I EQUIPMENT. THEY INSPECT, TEST, CALIBRATE, AND REPAIR COM- PUTERS, VIDEO PROCESSORS, TAPE UNITS, KEP SETS, DIGITAL DISPLAY EQUIPMENT, DATA LINK TERMIN- AL SETS AND RELATED EQUIP- MENT. DS3 REIN FTG2 SEE FTG2 TAYLOR DS2 WALKER 65 .. ,,.,... MG... ....,, . r- I I Yi H I I I I 5: Y' I ' I I i I I I I I i 3 x I 1 I i J 2 I 1, I, 2. I I I fa 'QA GMGC ARMENDARIZ GMMC SEBASTIAN GMM2 ALEXANDER GMG2 BROWN I GMG3 BUFFINGTON W Gunner's Mate CG M, GMM3 COOLEY GMM2 CRAIG GMMSN DMYTROWICZ O DIVISIO GM'S OPERATE, MAINTAIN, AND REPAIR GUIDED MISSILE LAUNCHING SYSTEMS, ROCKET LAUNCHERS, GUNS, GUNMOUNTS, TURRETS, PROJECTORS, AND OTHER ASSOCIATED HANDLING EQUIPMENT. THEY MAKE DETAILED CASUALTY ANALYSES OF, AND REPAIRS TO, ELECTRICAL, ELECTRONIC, HYDRAULIC, AND MECHANICAL SYSTEMS. AMMUNITION IS TESTED AND INSPECTED BY GM'S ALONG WITH THEIR ORDNANCE COMPONENTS. I X 7 A A I GMG3 EADIE GMM2 FARMER GMMSN GARRISON GMGSN HARWOOD GMMSN LINGENFIELD GMM2 MUNZI GMGI PRICE GMGSN SAMUELS GMM3 SWIPES GMM3 WALKER LCDR FOWLER LTJG RINGHOFER LT AFFOLTER L4 NA ll LTJG COLLOTON LT ETTER S I: ,,. :fs L2 Im L3 I I li I Q. I 'I i Il W fi E I I 1 1 1 I i DI VISIO OD DIVISION IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE PRESERVA- TIONS AND CLEANLINESS OF EXTERNAL AREAS OF THE SHIP. IT'S ALSO RESPONSIBLE FOR THE OPERATION OF THE PAINT AND BOATSWAIN'S LOCKERSQ INSPECTION AND MAINTAINANCE OF SURVIVAL GEARQ AND ALL DECK SEAMANSHIP OPERATIONS, AND THE CARE AND USE OF DECK EQUIPMENT. THE NAVY DEVELOPS MASTER SEAMAN - PERSONS SKILLED IN ALL PHASES OF SEAMANSHIP AND IN THE HANDLING OF DECK FORCE PERSONNEL. THE BOATSWAINIS MATES OF OD DIVISION PERFORM ALMOST ANY TASK IN CONNECTION WITH THE OPERATION OF SMALL BOATS, NAVIGATION, ENTERING OR LEAVING PORT, STORING CARGO, HANDLING ROPES, AND LINES AND MANY OTHER MAJOR TASKS. -fi New BMC SOUCY BMSN BEVERLY BMSN CLIFFORD BMSN CHURCH BMSN DELVECCHIO 1 4 I V II,, I 3 BMSN DEVIRGILIO BMSN DUHON BM2 ERRICHETTO BMSN GIBSON BMSN GIFF l S S si I if I I IM I BMSN GLASGOW BMSN HERSHEY BMSN HUGHES BMSN HURLEY BMSN JOHNSON Q .-1 ' -,ian-..-' Y.-.L " 3. N i 1 i 'i 'P xl i 1 1 1 L f L Z 4 H 17 M' f. L l? 'f f L L ' L ' ' -'w if A . Q f L -W N 'Y"V- '5' " ' " ' 'f 4 ' Ms If ' 1 N. lst. X :il X, V 3,1 N244 5 V, , , wif ZH!! N'-T -' WW x. N' ' . 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THEY OPERATE TELETYPEWRITERS, AND TUNE RADIO TRANSMITTERS AND RECEIVERS. IN ADDITION, RADIOMEN PERFORM OPERATIONAL AND PREVEN- TIVE MAINTENANCE ON COMMUNICATION EQUIP- MENT. SIGNALMEN - THE SAFETY OF THE SHIP DEPENDS TO A GREAT EXTENT ON THE WATCHFULLNESS OF LOOKOUTS FOR ENEMY SHIPS AND AIRCRAFT, AND ALL TYPES OF SEA CRAFT AND OBSTACLES. THESE IMPORTANT DUTIES ARE PERFORMED BY FLASHING LIGHT, SEMAPHORE, AND FLAG HOIST. THEY ALSO PERFORM AS LOOKOUTS, AND REPAIR SIGNAL FLAGS, PENNANTS, AND ENSIGNS. RMC SEIDEL RMSN BEGLEY RMSN BIEDERSTADT RM2 CARTER RM3 FELT SM3 FULCHER RM2 KING RMI LAUGHMAN SM3 MARSH SM2 MILLER RM3 MILLER RM3 SCOGIN RM2 WEBER Y ...Jil ..,, OSCS SCHUMANN EWCS SCHMUTTE OSCS OSMUNDSON OS2 ALCORN OS OI DIVISION DURING THE PAST EIGHT AND A HALF MONTHS WHILE DEPLOYED IN THE INDIAN OCEAN, OI DIVISION HAS PLAYED A MAJOR ROLE IN THE OPERATIONS AND EVENTS THAT TOOK PLACE WHILE ON' STATION. OI DIVISION PERSONNEL CONSIST OF OS'S AND EW'S, THEIR PRIMARY WORK SPACE IS LOCATED IN COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER. THEIR PRIMARY FUNCTION IS TO GATHER AND INTERPRET INFORMATION PROVIDED BY SHIP,S RADARS. 2 BENNETT SPH, it X OS2 BOLOGNA OS3 BURDEN OS3 CARPENTER OS3 CARTER OS2 CASSIDY xxx 2 N , N 7 fy W' ov" 2 X X 1 K Z wf X f of X 5 OS3 CRAWFORD OS3 CROCKETT EW3 DAY OSSN DOUTHIT OSSN GOLDMAN Q . 'Kai A i ff L OS3 GOSA OSSN HOMER OS3 KREHEL OS3 LAMB OS2 ROLLER 1' OSSN ROSE OS3 SZOLWINSKI OSSN TAYLOR Osz UOGIANO OSSN WOOD S UPPL DEPAR TMEN T wi 1 wh DI VISIO 'IIhTm""" xg , Wm fwf 'LE' ' Z Z LCDR MCCRAY SK2 BARBER SKSN CASSIDY A . Z , f 5 V 1 f' 7, T 2, , SK2 CLARK SKI ESCUSA SK3 HATFIELD SKSA HOLLAND 'K SK2 KOSTER SKSN LAMOTHE SKSN MARTE SKSN MURRAY SKI RAMOS pf X 4, .M ,- ,HXWWW ' gfwfh ZW! M' . .wa X f 'fn if W X 1. fx ,X Xfx Qx Xuan W 1 4 '. 15 f 1 3 w 1 1 1 Y w k f 1 x W 1 4 I f i Ju Q X A I f I '54- un. ENS LEVITT MS2 BAUTISTA MS3 BRADFORD MSSN BULLOCK MS3 HEIMLICH MSSN PORATH MSI ROSS MS2 ZSILAVETZ DI VISIO THE MESS DECKS MASTER-AT-ARMS, UNDER THE SUPPLY OFFICER, IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF ORDER AND DISCI- PLINE IN THE GENERAL MESS, THE CLEANLI- NESS OF THE MESS COOKS AND THE MESS SPACES, AND THE CARE AND UPKEEP OF MESSING EQUIPMENT. THE SUPPLY DEPART- MENT IS CHARGED WITH PROPER OPERATION OF THE GENERAL MESS, INCLUDING PREPAR- ING AND SERVING OFF FOOD. S-3 DIVISION THE SHIP'S SERVICE DIVISION QS-33 IS THE MORALE BOOSTER ON BOARD ANY SHIP. THEIR RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE THE LAUNDRY, THE BARBERSHOP, THE SHIPIS STORE, THE GEDUNK CSODA FOUNTAINJ, AND THE VARIOUS VENDING MACHINES. THE S-3 DIVISION PROVIDES CLEAN CLOTHING, HAIRCUTS, TOILETRIES, BOOKS, MAGAZINES, TOBACCO, PHOTO EQUIPMENT, STATIONERY, DUNGAREES, UNIFORMS, FOREIGN MERCHANDISE, SODAS, CANDY, ICE CREAM, AND POP CORN. ENS JACKSON SHSN BELAMINO SH2 FRENCH SHSN HOWARD ' iff ' ' X' I. ,, 4 N f M ' 4, f,, W I SH2 IVORY SH3 'KREINER SH3 PICKETT DKI TANDIGAN SR TUASON .- I . f X I7 ,Xtib an I X! vf ffffzff IQ , I ' .. JL "X-Prix' 'QW fl. F- M .1-I... ,,, . . --- SQ 'B Ari f 'I 'NNN gf "A A W ,fix "e , .fx .f . - 'Q, .f ' D Z , A .N,5', XV MXN 5 -' fu' X ' I' ' Vt' 554' ng? x 'ff 1 f IN 'Eff P: 'fin' 11,1 I W VQSTXQ f f w--I-w--A P 'ff -Vg W if , I , ,,g' 1 x .E M ex -GS , 1 .Xxx LT CUPO QMC MCMILLAN QM3 DeLUCA QMSN GIEGERICH QMSN HOTOUY AVIGA TIO THE NAVIGATION DEPARTMENT IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE SAFE NAVIGATION AND PILOTING OF THE SHIP, AND FOR THE OPERATION, CARE, AND MAINTENANCE OF NAVIGATING EQUIPMENT, CHARTS, PUBLICATIONS AND RECORDS. QMC WILLIAM A. MCMILLIAM, PLANKOWNER AND A QUALIFIED OOD UNDERWAY EXPLAINED THE QM RATING. "THE BIGGEST JOB IS TO TAKE THE SHIP FROM ONE POINT TO ANOTHER. IN SPITE OF ALL THE ELECTRONIC ADVANCES, ONE OF THE OLDEST AND MOST RELIABLE MEANS OF NAVIGATION IS THE SEXTON WHICH THE QM USES ALL THE TIME." "NINETY PER CENT OF WHAT THE QM DOES IS UNDER THE SURFACE, WHICH IS UPDATE AND MAINTAIN NAVIGATION CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS WHICH TAKES A LOT OF TIME. THE OTHER TEN PERCENT THAT THE CREW SEES IS THE TIME SPENT UNDERWAY WITH THE SEXTON AND THE UNDERWAY WATCHES." "ORIGINALLY, THE QM RATING BEGAN WITH THE SUPPLY CORPS IN THE ARMY IN THE EARLY l800'S AND THEY WOULD GET UNDERWAY WITH THE SHIP'S TO MAINTAIN CHARTS AND TAKE CELESTIAL BEARINGS WITH THE SEXTON, AND KEPT THE CLOCKS ON TIME. SO THE PRESENT QM RATING BADGE IS REALLY THE SAME AS THE QUARTER MASTER RATING BADGE THAT THE ARMY STILL USES. YOU CAN BET THAT WHEN THE ARMY QM WENT UNDERWAY, HE WORKED. EVENTUALLY, THE ARMY PHASED OUT OF THE NAVY LATER ON, BUT THE QM BADGE REMAINED." 2px Z4 N I --.......z , Q ANN PNC BIRZER PN3 BRUEGGMAN YN3 CHEEKS JO3 CROFOOT PC3 MOYER X D VISIO "X" DIVISION, MEANS PAPERWORK, ORDERS, EAOS'S, AND THE NERVE CENTER OF ANY SHIP. THIS DIVISION IS ALWAYS ON THE GO AND ON USS VIRGINIA IT INCLUDES THE SHIP'S OFFICE, PERSONNEL OFFICE, NAVY COUN- SELOR'S OFFICE, THE POST OFFICE, MASTER-AT-ARMS OFFICE, AND THE RELIGIOUS PROGRAM SPECIALIST WHO WORKS IN THE CHAPLAIN'S OFFICE. THE PERSONNEL OF THESE OFFICES KEEP THE FLOW OF PAPERWORK ON THE USS VIRGINIA ALWAYS FLOWING. ,X ff YN3 STOKES PN2 THORESON YN3 TORRENS. PN3 WHITE I L -,,-,.i,, ...... ""'.. H: 3 r .,. A-.. .' .15 J.g j.-L. U 'I iff- xx W 2 X 1' 2 .X r Uh I, X 4 . W - .-- wc - i N I 3:7 E sl X- .,,,:- ,.V E :SQL 2? x - ,N ---:Z I -' sie X - ' v i 1 1 . - ',, T -,.--... , L ,aw i - E' 2 Wg umlllk m 3 3 ' f . . -ea fy- 3 fr -L Mi? '2, K' - 1 je M: 5 , , .,.,, f PS3 ' I -N ,Q ... .55 '- ..-. 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PETRIE VITAL SPA CES THE MOST IMPORTANT SPACES ON BOARD ARE NOT ENGINEERING OR COMBAT BUT RATHER THE "PEOPLE PLACESP, THE MAIL ROOM, THE GEDUNK, THE SHIP STORE AND SITE T.V. THESE SPACES DEAL DIRECTLY WITH THE CREWS MORALE. WITHOUT A LETTER FROM HOME, OR THE OCCASIONAL ICE CREAM BEFORE A MOVIE THE TIME AT SEA WOULD SEEM DISMAL AND ENDLESS. rv-ML "WVIR T.V. CHANNEL FOUR - VIRGINIA" THESE ARE THE FOLKS WHO WERE RESPONSIBLE FOR BRINGING US T.V.' SHOWS FROM "DALLAS" TO "SOUL- TRAIN,' AND MOVIES FROM "THE-EMPIRE STRIKES BACK" TO "GODZILLA VS THE COSMIC MONSTER." .IO3 CROFOOT CTOP LEFTJIIS THE STATION MANAGER -' RESPONSIBLE FOR PROGRAMMING. IC2 COOMBS CTOPJRIGHTJ IS THE STATION TECHNICIAN - RESPONSIBLE FOR MAINTAINING THE' SITE T.V. SYSTEM. IC2 ROTHWEILER QCENTERD IS A SYSTEM OPERATOR - RESPONSIBLE FOR PROPER VIDEO AND AUDIO TRANSFER THROUGHOUT THE SYSTEM. IC2 SUTOWSKI CBELOWD IS THE STATION SUPERVISOR - RESPONSIBLE FOR THE OVERALL OPERATION OF SITE T.V. TOGETHER WITH THE SITE T.V. OFFICER, STGC KNORR, THEY BROUGHT US SUCH MEMORIES AS "PAT BENATAR IN CONCERT" AND THE INFAMOUS "CRUNCH BIRD". w ,,,,,,,,.....-ro-H' pun y,.,,,,...--f WVIR RADIO - A BROUGHT US THE "SOUNDS TO SAIL BY." ENC BUTLER QTOP LEFTJ IS THE STATION MANAGER. HE WAS INSTRUMENTAL AS AN ORGANIZER AND ALSO AS A DISC JOCKEY - THE "MOODMASTER". HE WAS AIDED BY "THE COUNSELLOR' NCI PAGE CCENTER RIGHTJ AND BY THE "MAD BULGARIAN" EM2 DEVINE CCENTER LEFTJ ALSO BY IC3 CLARK QBELOW LEFTJ WHO ESTABLISHED A CHRISTIAN STUDY BROADCAST. MMI BENDER CBELOW RIGHTJ AND STGJN CURTIS ALSO CONTRIBUTED THEIR TIME TO SEND TUNES OUR WAY. ,.,...-.--v--- ,,,.,,.......-.f--,, ,,.,,.....,-v--f ,,,,.,.....-.--D--. ,,,,,.,.....i-- ,,,.,.....----' - Q J Z X If "ISN'T IT NICE TO BE HOME AGAIN". THE MORNING WE ALL WAITED FOR. IT WAS COLD, BUT NO ONE FELT COLD. WARMTH WAS JUST MINUTES AWAY ON THE PIER. 90 H OMECOMING Twas the week before Christmas And all through the ship Not a creature was sleeping Twas the end of the trip The stockings were tossed In the laundry "Blues" bin With hopes they'd be washed And we'd see them again Tossing and turning Awake in my rack I'd just settled down For the slow journey back When out in the lounge There arose such a clatter I jumped to my feet To see what was the matter Onto the deck with my Feet on the floor I rose to the sound Of a terrible roar Up from my bed I flew in a huff Flung back the curtains And there, sure enough What to my wondering Eyes should appear But eight rowdy sailors With card playin' gear Tom who was short Getting out really soon And Clyde makin' noise Singin, some silly tune Edward for Edj And Mike from Kentucky And Dave who is married fHe must have felt luckyj Jimmy and Peter and John from Pa. It was sure a long time That we'd all been away They were upon the table And down on the floor Whoopin, and hollerin Singin' and more There were cans from their sodas scattered around And candy bar wrappers Covered the ground They tumbled about, with the ship's Heavy rolls They laughed and they shook Like jelly filled bowls Placing a finger Aside of my nose I listened with care As the noise level rose Then I realized the cause For their cry of Delight Twas a clock back in Norfolk Striking out MID-NIGHT Their roar filled the ship At the sound of the hour Pounding the ocean With surges of power Twas then I was sure This was no trick nor gimmick Channel fever had spread Like a huge epidemic The voice of their call Was mighty and loud Like a single strong voice In a silent crowd Like a song to my heart Like a beautiful poem "Another day's gone And tomorrow we're HOME" GARY MICHAEL SUTOWSKI "SKI" - ADVISERQ CHIEF EDITOR, PHOTOGRAPHY, LAYOUT AND COPY EDITORS. SALES CONSULTANT AND PHOTO- GRAPHER. BESIDES BEING WORK CENTER SUPER- VISER FOR EEO5 AND TVOl AND MAINTAINING PROFICIENCY AS A NUCLEAR PROPULSION PLANT OPERATOR, "SKI" FOUND THE TIME TO CREATE, REFINE AND DEVELOP THIS BOOK. STEPHEN LITCHER "CHICO" - CHIEF PHOTO- GRAPHER "CHICO', HAS TAKEN OVER 300 PHOTO- GRAPHS FOR THIS BOOK. CONTRIBUTING MANY HOURS OF HIS TIME TO COVER SPECIAL EVENTS AND TAKE PORTRAIT SHOTS. L 92 I 624 SPECIAL THAN S" AS CHIEF EDITOR I WOULD LIKE TO ACKNOWLEDGE MY SINCERE APPRECIATION TO THE FOLLOWING PERSONNEL FOR THEIR SUPPORT AND CONTRIBUTIONS TO "THE SILENT VIGIL". STGC JERRY KNORR - AS PAO, CHIEF KNORR HELPED ORGANIZE PHOTO SESSIONS AND ARRANGE STAFF MEETINGS. HE ALSO CONTRIBUTED HIS TIME TO ASSIST IN LAYOUT ORGANIZATION. JO3 RICK CROFOOT - "CROW" CONTRIBUTED HIS TIME RESEARCHING COPY AND ORGANIZING SALES OF SILENT VIGIL. 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