Vulcan (AR 5) - Naval Cruise Book

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THE NAME COMES TO US FROM ROMAN MYTHOLOGY. THE GOD VULCAN, SON OF JUPITER AND JUNO, GOD OF FIRE, PATTRO OF METALLURGY, WAS CONSIDERED THE DIVINE ARTIFICER AND CREATOR OF ALL THAT WAS MECHICALLY WONDERFUL. THE GOD VULCAN WAS THE BLACIISMITH OF THE MIGHTY GODS OF MOUNT OLYMPUS. VULCAN FORCED THE THUNOERBOLTS OF JUPITER, THE SHEILD OF HERCULES, AND THE ARMOR OF ACHILLES. IN 1909 THE FIRST SERVICE SHIP TO CARRY THE NAME VULCAN WAS BUILT AT SPARROWS POINT, MARYLAND, FOR A COST OF S479,6OO FOR THE HULL AND THE MACHINERY. THIS FIRST VULCAN WAS A COAL SHIP AND SAILED TO FRANCE, NORWAY, AND MEXICO DURING HER DUTY. IN JULY OF 1921, SHE WAS PLACED OUT OF COMMISSION IN NORFOLII, VIRGINIA. THIRTY YEARS LATER, IN 1939, ANOTHER IIEEL FOR A SECOND VULCAN WAS LAID IN CAMDEN, NEW JERSEY. THIS VULCAN WAS INDEED WELL NAMED. THIS VULCAN WAS AN ARTIFICER AND CREATOR OF MECHANICAL THINGS. THIS WAS THE REPAIR SHIP USS VULCAN AR-5, 530 FEET LONG, 73 FEET WIDE, 16,245 TONS IN WEIGHT, AND HAVING A DRAFT OF 25 FEET. THIS WAS THE FIRST OF FOUR SHIPS OF THE SAME CLASS. THE OTHER THREE SHIPS WERE THE USS AJAX IAR-61, THE USS HECTOR IAR-TI, AND THE USS JASON CAR-81 AFTER HER LAUNCHING IN DECEMBER OF 1940, VULCAN WAS COMMISSIONED IN JUNE, 1941. SHORTLY THEREAFTER SHE COMMENCED OPERATING IN THE ATLANTIC AND MEDITERRANEAN AREAS, BASING AT ARGENTIA, NEWFOUNDLAND, HAVAUORDUR, ICELAND, ALGIERS AND MER-EL IIEPIR, ALGIERA. THE FIRST MAJOR REPAIRS WERE PERFORMEO ON THE USS IIEARNY IDD-4321 WHICH HAD BEEN TORPEOOED BY A GERMAN SUBMARINE OFF THE COAST OF ICELAND. VULCAN PARTICIPATED IN THE ALLIED INVASION OF NORMANDY, INCLUDING THE BOMBARDMENT OF CHERBOURG DURING THE PERIOD OF 15 AUGUST THROUGH 25 SEPTEMBER, 1944. SHE WAS AWARDED THE EUROPEAN-AFRICAN-MIDDLE EASTERN CAMPAIGN MEDAL FOR THIS SERVICE. VULCAN THEN MOVED INTO THE PACIFIC FLEET WHERE SHE CONTINUED PERFORMING HER VITAL REPAIR AND SUPPORT SERVICES FOR ALLIED MERCHANT AND NAVAL SHIPS WHILE SHE WAS BASED AT ULITHI ATOLL, CAROLINE ISLANDS, AND LEYTE GULF, PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. SEPTEMBER, 1945, SAW VULCAN IN BUCIINER BAY, OIIINAWA, ASSISTING THE MANY SHIPS DAMAGED AND DRIVEN ASHORE BY A TYPHOON. AS A RESULT OF VULCAN'S REPAIR EFFORTS MANY SHIPS WERE SAVED AND A OISASTROUS SITUATION WAS AVERTED. VULCAN MOVES ON. IN OCTOBER OF THAT YEAR, TRAVERSING 120 MILES OF MINE INFESTED WATERS, VULCAN LED A SMALL GROUP OF SERVICE FORCE SHIPS THROUGH THE INLAND SEA OF JAPAN TO HIRO WAN AND ESTABLISHED A NECESSARY AND VITAL REPAIR SERVICE FACILITY IN THIS FORWARD AREA. DURING THIS PACIFIC DEPLOYMENT VULAN WAS AWARDED THE ASIATIC-PACIFIC CAMPAIGN MEDAL FOR THE PERIOD 2 SEPTEMBER THROUGH IO MARCH, 1946. IN APRIL, 1946, VULCAN RETURNED TO THE ATLANTIC FLEET BUT NOT FOR A WELL EARNED REST. SHE CONTINUED TO PERFORM HER MISSION OF REPAIR. IN OCTOBER OF 1962, DURING THE CUBAN MISSILE CRISIS, VULCAN WAS DEPLOYED TO THE CARIBBEAN AREA TO PROVIDE REPAIR SERVICES TO THE SHIPS ENGAGED IN THE CUBAN OUARANTINE. SEPTEMBER, 1964, SAW VULCAN CAST OFF LINES ONCE AGAIN. THIS TIME WAS TO PARTICIPATE IN THE NATO EXERCISE "TEAMWORII", AT WHICH TIME SHE SERVED AS FLAGSHIP FOR COMMANDER SERVICE SOUADRON FOUR. VULCAN WAS DEPLYED TO GREENOCII, SCOUTLAND DURING THIS EXERCISE, AND CONTINUED PERFORMING REPAIR SERVICES FOR FLEET UNITS PARTICIPATING IN THE EXERCISE. IN EARLY OCTOBER, AT THE TERMINATION OF THE EXERCISE, VULCAN SAILED TO ROTA, SPAIN, TO PARTICIPATE IN THE LARGEST PEACETIME AMPHIBIOUS EXERCISE SINCE WORLD WAR II, "STEEL PIIIE I". OPERATING OFF THE COAST OF HUELVA, SPAIN, VULCAN PROVIDED REPAIR SERVICES TO THE FLEET UNITS UNTIL THE COMPLETION OF THE EXERCISE IN LATE OCTOBER, 1964. WXW J VILL". It 'I , . .. ,. .,...L.,.. S,--M vv -w., - ' -L-,f-..f.1-fQ1..,f-.:.Q----- W ., , . any-,.f.w :....,4.1...,-M.-.., ' I I il ' If up, 1 Q," II ' xx 1 I "I I iiiI I III' I'IIl41, H,.I.a. 'III,1.1-I I II " f MAY, 1965, CAME AND SAW VULCAN AGAIN PROVIDING HER SERVICES TO THE FLEET UNITS ENGAGED IN THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC OPERATION. IN MAY, 1970, VULCAN UNDERWENT A FOUR MONTH OVERHAUL AT THE NORFOLK NAVAL SHIPYARD. DURING 1971 AND 1972, A TIME OF HEAVILY INCREASED NAVAL CDMMITMENTS TO SOUTHEAST ASIA AND FREOUENT DEPLOYMENTS OF ATLANTIC FLEET UNITS TO THAT CONFLICT, VULCAN UNDERTOOK 153 ALONGSIDE AND CONCURRENT SHIP REPAIR AVAILABILITIES AND COMPLETED THEM WITH ENTHUSIASM, PROFESSIONALISM AND DISPATCH. IN 1972 VULCAN WAS AWARDED THE BATTLE EFFICIENCY AND THE RED ENGINEERING THESE ACCOMPLISHMENTS WERE DUPLICATED IN 1973 WHEN VULCAN ADDED HASH MARKS TO THE BATTLE EFFICIENCY AND TO THE ENGINEERING "E" AWARDS AND RECEIVED AN ADDITIONAL AWARD, THE SUPPLY IN 1974 VULCAN AGAIN RECEIVED THE SUPPLY "E" AND THE COMMUNICATIONS IN 1975 VULCAN RECEIVED SINGULAR HONORS FOR BEING THE BEST OF SEVEN TENDERS ASSIGNED TO THE ATLANTIC FLEET, THE COMMUNICATIONS "C" ISECOND AWARDI AND THE SURFACE FORCE ATLANTIC FLEET NOMINATION FOR BEST FOOD SERVICE. IN SEPTEMBER 1975 VULCAN VISITED HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA, AND IN NOVEMBER OF THAT YEAR SAILED TO CARTEGENA, COLUMBIA, SOUTH AMERICA, TO REPAIR SHIPS OF THE COLUMBIAN NAVY. ' IN IANUARY 1976 VULCAN ENTERED THE NORFOLK NAVAL SHIPYARD FOR THE MOST LENGTHY AND EXTENSIVE OVERHAUL OF HER CAREER. IN ADDITION TO THE WORK OF THE SHIPYARD AND CIVILIAN CONTRACTORS, THE CREW OF VULCAN CONTRIBUTED MORE THAN 460,000 MANHOURS TO THE OVERHAUL EFFORT. IN IANUARY AND FEBUARY 1977, VULCAN SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED A FULL REFRESHER TRAINING PACKAGE, CULMINATING IN A COMPLEX BATTLE PROBLEM ADMINISTERED BY FLEET TRAINING GROUP, GUANTANAMO BAY, CUBA. MAY, 1977, SAW VULCAN ONCE AGAIN HOIST ANCHORS TO GET UNDERWAY, FOR A NORTHERLY TRIP TO HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA. IULY OF THE SAME YEAR BROUGHT ANOTHER CHALLENGE TO VULCAN. COMPETITION FOR THE NEY MEMORIAL AWARD WAS HELD WITH VULCAN EARNING SECOND BEST ENLISTED DINING FACILITY ON THE EAST COAST. FLEET NEEDS CALLED VULCAN TO WEIGH ANCHOR YET AGAIN AND SAIL FOR CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA. DURING THE TRANSIT AN EMERGENCY REGUEST FOR BOILER FEEDWATER WAS RECEIVED FROM THE PORTUGUESE FRIGATE ALMIRANTE GAGO COUTINNO. DURING THE NIGHT VULCAN STEAMED TO THE DESTRESSED SHIP AND ONCE ON SCENE, EXECUTED DIFFICULT MODIFICATIONS TO A CLOSE-IN FUELING RIG TO TRANSFER THE FEEDWATER. THE MISSION WAS ACCOMPLISHED. VULCAN RETURNED FROM HER MANY TASKS IN CHARLESTON IN LATE SEPTEMBER. SHORTLY THEREAFTER DEPARTED FOR INDEPENDENT STEAMING EXERCISE ENROUTE TO SAN IUAN, PUERTO RICO. RETURNING TO NORFOLK, VIRGINIA, IN EARLY DECEMBER, VULCAN PARTICIPATED IN THE COLD WEATHER SMALL BOAT REGATTA. THIS CAME THE END OF 1977, A BUSY TIME FOR VULCAN. DURING 1978, VULCAN CONOUCTED THIRTY SIX PERIODS ON SEVERAL UNITS OF THE FLEET. TWO STAFFS WERE ABOARD DURING THE YEAR, COMMANDER SERVICE GROUP TWO WAS ABOARD IANUARY-AUGUST AND COMMANDER SERVICE SOUADRON FOUR WAS EMBARKED AUGUST-DECEMBER OF 1978. 1979 STARTED OFF FOR VULCAN WITH A TRIP TO PORT EVERGLADES, FLORIDA FOR TRAINING. UPON HER RETURN TO NORFOLK, VULCAN SERVED AS HOST SHIP FOR THE USS SHENNANDOAH. OTHER PORT VISITS FOR THE YEAR INCLUDED HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA, IN AUGUST AND BERMUDA IN OCTOBER. DURING MAY AND IUNE, VULCAN PAID A WORKING VISIT TO THE THREE-MILE AMMUNITION PIER AT NAVAL WEAPONS STATION, EARLE, NEW IERSEY FOR REPAIRS ON THE USS NITRO. I 1 -I ll. 'ww , R . x XXX X I I I I mil u I IH I u IIl,!MY1 ,I7IIh! :Winn h ll' I A MAIOR EVENT DF THE YEAR WAS THE ARRIVAL OF ENLISTED AND OFFICER WOMEN FOR PERMANENT DUTY ASSIGNMENT ABOARD VULCAN. VULCAN WAS ONE OF THE FIRST NON-HOSPITAL SHIPS OR TRANSPORT TYPE SHIPS T0 CARRY FEMALE CREW MEMBERS. VISITS BY THE DEPUTY UNDER SECRETARY OF THE NAVY, CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS, DEPUTY CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS FOR HUMAN RESOURCES IDP-151, COMMANDER NAVAL SURFDRCES U.S. ATLANTIC FLEET, AND DEPUTY COMMANDER IN CHIEF U.S. ATLANTIC FLEET UNDERLINED THE IMPORTANCE OF THIS CHANGE TO SHIPBOARD LIFE. DURING 1979 VULCAN WAS EVER WORKING AND EVER NEEDED. THE NEW YEAR HOLIDAY STAND DOWN PERIOD WAS ONE DF VULCAN'S BUSIEST PERIOD. HER GREAT WORN CENTERS WERE OPERATING NEARLY AROUND THE CLOCII PREPARING UNITS FDR THIER MISSIONS. VULCAN HERSELF WAS ALSO PREPARING FOR ANOTHER GREAT CHALLENGE. VULCAN WAS NEEDED TO TEND UNITS OF THE SIXTH FLEET IN THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA. THE TASKS AT HAND WERE AWESOME INDEED. PERSONNEL HAD TO BE TRAINED. VAST AMOUNTS OF MATERIAL HAD TO BE OBTAINED AND LOADED. MYRIADS OF EOUIPMENT AND MACHINES HAD TO BE CHECKED. DURING THE WEEIIS OF PREPARATION, TONS OF MATERIAL WERE MOVED. COMPLEX MANNING PROBLEMS WERE TACIILED. TRAINING WAS STEPPED UP TO AN INTENSE LEVEL. VULCAN HAD A GREAT CHALLENGE T0 MEET. A 5.VU f SERVICE 1 TO THE I FLEET ff 'ffl-1 I I' "I -Lug. 1511- A: ,"es --' ff-1 1.- -.-1-'--' '-1v""" ' U" Capt HA Spencer, Jr COMMANDING OFFICER Captam Spencer IS a natlve of Lmcoln Nebraska and a graduate of the U S Naval Academy class of 1952 Prlor to enterlng the submarine service Captam Spencer served onboard USS WINSTON QAKA 945 deployed ln Korean waters and partlclpated ln the prisoner exchange at the end of that conflict He then served as Executive Offlcer USS LSM 268 Captam Spencer graduated from the Submarine Officers Baslc Course at New London Connecticut ln June 1955 and reported to USS QUEENFISH fSS 3935 where he subsequently quallfled ln submarines ln September 1956 Addltlonal submarine assignments mclude duty ln USS CAPITAINE QSS 3365 USS SAWFISH QSS 2765 Staff Commander Submarine Squad ron THREE Executive Offlcer USS ASPRO QAGSS 3095 and USS CHARR fSS 3285 USS GEORGE WASHINGTON QSSBN 5985 and Commanding Officer of USS SABLEFISH QSS 3035 Other tours have Included duty on the Jolnt Strategic Target Planning Staff Offutt Alr Force Base Nebraska Executlve Officer USS FULTON QAS ll5 Assistant Chlef of Staff Com mander Submarine Group TWO and Executive Officer Naval Submarine school Hls last duty assignment ashore was ln the Strategic Nuclear Qarfare Plans and Pohcy Section on the staff of the Chlef of Naval Oper atlons Prlor to reportmg to USS VULCAN KAR 55 Captaln Spencer com pleted the Senior Offlcers Shlp Maternal Readiness Course at Naval Reac tors Faclllty ldaho Falls ldaho Captam Spencer has been awarded the Jomt Service Commendation Med al Korean Service Medal with two stars Unlted Natlon Service Medal and the National Defense Servlce Medal He IS marrled to the former Betty D Hathaway of Lmcoln Nebraska and they have three chlldren Mrs Jlll Sundqulst the wlfe of a navy lieutenant and resldmg ln New London Connecticut Harry lll at Kansas State Unlverslty ln the college of veten nary medlclne and Joy a freshman at the Unlverslty of Nebraska 5 N Y A S S EE T ga f I 'WLM' Gai A..., CDR F K WOOD Executive Officer from Dec 1980 to present Executive Officers CDR. C. L. Keithley Executive Officer until Barcelona. Spain Dec. 1980 . . . , , - . , ' - .- f J " "L" """" "" J ' ",. ,,Z.'fI-PflY'+r""5" D ' "" ' ' MHA L , j.1- 1 .'...,1f22n,4ss1w. ' Ani- -'- ' U' ' Y 1 Md AW 1' '24151-ycurfc-g..' vgsmiuwr'-,2"11ff ir'.1Lei1::f::.cq1fn-fm."4-lqfumzfgmngwsy-V'gr ' ,., -.,,y-,f7:-f-- -A. -... A- -rf-r -N, J rw-, . 1. , - g 3 - U .. - -, ' ' --A' - - . . --4-A-V-.-1 1-: u- .Q-Q-A 'r'f.::1?i-."1ff-,f M' '-'15"2 .. f i? f3rf1'.'ffu1qwffvMs9-my ,p,,,v-.xgnj-.--.fpfm , ,.,,,.-..,,ff.,.M.,.g.,, J.. f" A 'X 1 1 P 1 f"" r 1- un , m pn,-p-y,, FAREWELL . . . . ' kiln .X ' 1.51 ww ' ' r , . X X .iffy-, X X xx 3 S 7 5, 1' . .9 , pk . 1 ' gp.. f . K N . ., . .. , .X .. gy. Q . , wx- 3.5 -- -.gi-fs? ,M . ., X X s Q 8 , SM' ....--w.,f--N History. Long. quiet machinery rumbled into new life. Figures hurried along her wooden decks as we prepared this grand gray lady for her first Mediterranean Cruise in 16 years. Excitement. apprehension, and a touch of sadness at parting hung in the soft sea breeze. For the first time, husbands joined wives, parents, and children in saying good-bye, good luck, and Godspeed to their loved ones. - N A , Y N .sg... - - : few-2-nf f "' --1 " ' 'A - -.nf -4.f7l.3.E,1,,..74T,,7.f -AAL..-1.-:::f7gg,,f-3-ga 1.-3174 ,.- - ---A V SEPT 11 1979 . . . Ll DERW Y .QR X' ' .f-1' . f - -va 5 - ,. Q' ' LfAXJ'N" ff, H 4 Ns.-fig, .lf ' ' 5 "Il W 4' 1 Crackers I ' 'H Anyone? F .x UIQ xx., and from the Sea Gods to Vulcan, smooth sailing! J' ' -avr- A , V A K v,,,SD,,' .3 5 . -z,:l,.,,,N7g.,-.a.',,f.Lw ., ,,' ,I f,., h u,.u.v1QAS--f-az:u:x.-:.L-bw-1-eg4LA,w-Jlf-Y4 A A" 'ah R " SWIM CALL 18 SEPT. '7 rr i d,JffA l Mid-atlantic Qhalfway to Rota Spainj "swim call" between drills, and routine, it's back to nature with a afternoon in the warm salty drink. Hope the sharks aren't hungry! Yeah. way to go! Cool nestea plunge ,.-f V., ., .. wr f ---F '14 u Ai,, . H4-if ff Q W " Agwfw . 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'n . avg-m,. 5, ,gg Listen fellows . . . after chow we'll Our tree! Aaahh! . . Snow? Eh - Barcelona smog? Iszvmj ,: J, - ' -,Im - i s 1i..,,i,g:4.4.a-uf14Mi2x..a-Awww,-,,,r. A-Q--' --f-f- '- 'gg -A-.',--F 4: b , - '-1-.::f:L:-4.-.-ff-,11gg7.Q17,t::4. 3.-...W Lg-afzgpwyl V 15: A-:.:.1f-ffl--:rf rg5'1-:1-g-fffZzy:::Q-4,.v,.v3pg,E:d,m,-.vf 51735:73-gf-aQ5zsq1r-'fpqSvfvrvv71ADyu4y11vu,:-:9'rg-a4y'-'.6ff:.'g5v1:U7vfq'.qf,-a5-swim-1?h::,y5,-,--5gwx-j-.- h.,3'v-'7fnf,f',y: 3 nf. S Af! ,, LVV, 1, f J was favibx . kkxkg-V Saws, a 5 V N ,X Y any-1'-,gs V1 " 2 'Szfifffi K fa Training at sea GQ RSA Team Man Overboard f N u 1 .gf ' ', ' r rv 'u QCA-1 ' A :ft 5 'Q 0 , V- ,b A 'DAQ' ' , -A Y. I 5 , u Q . 1, ., .. . 4. s 'i?'F'j11'f r The Gut. By Day Palma, Spain MALAGA, SPAIN COLUMBUS DAY -WL ,, Y .- -A ...q , N. Hi... ,,.. , V ,-...J M.-,V .-,..1n-...feel -, 2.-z--1, -wvzq-7-'peguswr,gr5gatfv,:g'4bC:uf-S'fVra41?Iw-v-:kAP'1:1?!1'24 '21'"5"'7-'FT'm'l'YWWT'"1"5f7"f'7"''?'5?""'3?":"Tf"7'f'7?:""" "1'm"':?"'kN"': 277 in A 'Vu 'WAT Y: l' k" A K -3- 3. ,.,:,,K-,7,.9ffV-.:,1,-gps:-.z-ff.,-,-5u,,V ,pm -1 g':1..:...-fgirv 511'--"-jog -Q," -V. H L---7.1 : W.: ,- Q., - gf -J: l ' - V - . f . V, A' . I . ,' V , - - ' V ' ., A N.-,. ,,,.. L fill- ,JN-,x -V--,H -..,,,.,. ,--,, - V .V - . 4. f V . - - - - .Wm .- NN, , l r ,, Qs 5,'Q Q 1 -. I 'f ff . S x' " , 1 Columbus Day - coincidence? No. a day of celebration for the patron saint San Miguel K le 3 Z I. l F w l FUN" AND , . .-,,..,.g,...-.4,..g..,qf1f.1,:f--pz..-.:.U-' J- -1- - ' ' 'VULCAN 'S CHRISTMAS SANTA TOO. . . THE BEST MOST IMAGINATIVE DEOORAHHDN GETS FIRST PRIZE WE CREATE HAPPINESS WHERE EVER WE ARE ' Farewell, Palma. and thanks - we're going home. Q Q ,Al V1 . . ,Q- ,Q , ,, , , --.f--A.. F -ff .... - f-, 1--11,1-,2-V441 ' - - - ...-:.L.w--1-L 4. ,.f.,-qz-ee..e, M Hear, --hw---1.,.r.4-vp Ks USS YOSEMITE: How do you spell relief? You've got it. pal! -,.' . ' 14-.aE1-1. 'fJf H '-if--'f'--Aff" ' ' ' ' " -- -'-'K-1'f'-121-'H .-xv f: :m' .:,.z.-fw'-----1'--1:1-1-3 M- ,yr --..-:Y-v-.. 1:- 1-..,,.g-7f1-.,5..,- ,,,.,, ,,,.,-M., V, ,,,. 1, , , ,Q 1 ,, , N A -,.. HGMEW RD BCG D! K WX xg -Nix A wig .wN,,,,Ngn-ww-11 v-WIKFW .-QQ xxx Turkey shoot underway 5 1 in-..-... ' V . ' Q A ' A ,V ,,,.,.,,v,, 5 . jmw ....4.b-1-e-..41..,oJ-fue-Q91-414.4 -Q -JM:-1 ' S1H"9'P""N L ' F - -3. H u , , ,. , ,, . f a:,g.,,4vA- Back home. yeah! , Kzfiyffx 5 f - W :N Q ' ' IX-,xwg1Xf2:'WsffX 43d MX" sv . ,.f5Qy.,Xxq,x , Q, f' C A ii N 1 slr' , Bi -gh.. ..,..-q:w1..-...v... 7.,.,,, -. , 1 5 7 was Ffzmag 1 .ummm ,f ,'f', --ff - ,ff ,. ,:1'.ai1,r,n ,vii COMMANDING OFFICER EXECUTIVE DIVISION r I EXECUTIVE CJFFICER CAPTAIN H. A. SPENCER, COMMANDER C. L. JR EITHLEY JR K , Chaplain I CWO2 L. Barnes JAQQ Qfficer Commander O. B. 0 0 Forrester LT C J Clemens ENS J. A. Carlton PNCS R. R. Farrell ENC J. H. Coxx SMC R. E. Smith YNC M. M. Nevaez 1 4 IC1 T, J, Cecil BM1 T. L. French GMG1 W. Hryndza MMI J. J. MCLeeS PC1 M. E. Sandidge PN1 E. V. Sherron FTG1 L. D. Withrow ,L "-aw. ,-,.,A,f."f.1, 'Q BM2 J. D. Banks, PN2 D, R, Campbell EM2 R,L, Earley HT2 J. T. Headrick I Jr PN2 W. H. Sanchez YN3 S. D. Driskell MM2 D. M. Spence N l YN3 D. M. Phillips PN3 B. E. Williams PN3 Bradford . .-NY--. --1---..-J'--4,-, W,v'V g ff - -:'-'M' ' ' -"' ..4.-ff .,-.4,,-V,- .-w'-"" "W" """"' "" ' L, YNSN B, E, ,jones SN L. A. Williams l YNSN M. S. Brandt l PCSA W. F. Keane Eh . . . the job below entails cutting barnacles . . . FIRST DIVISION DECK f CWO 4 J.E. Whitaker. dept.. head BMCS N.F. Padgham, divi. officer ' BM 3 M.J. Buckley i I I I BM 3 W.B. Fillingane BM 3 W.A. Goebel BM 3 B.L. Holscher Kendrick Miller Shepperson White BM 3 Wood tq SN lVl.J. Allen SN D.L. Barnett SN G.C. Cord SN M.A. Espinoza SN J.W. Grant SN J.L. Greenblatt SN J.M. Hill SN M.B. Jackson SN E.A. McDaniels SN Mathews SN C.J. Martin SN E.lVl. Maloney SN T.M. Reynolds SN J.E. Runk SN T.M. Seifert SN M.A. Silva SN T.L. Smallwood SN D.E. Stevens Malag, Spain having fun on the rock. , . V H , .IA 5 , . ., L, , lp, B4 . -,.g.,,,,..,,.,,.,.J,g,...,f.1-:.,-,w--f-u- 'f -11111:--f 13 - f-' " 'f ' me-,. SN J.M. Turner SN A.M. Warts SN M.V. Whitfield SN M.H. Wieloch SA T.L. McGinnis SA R.L. Mitchell SA J.S. Ottlinger SA A.M. Weathers SA M. Williams SA W.S. Winans .. . "4 V V ,- ,,,, SA D.E. Cook SA G.A. Downey SA R.W. Lord SA J.F. Pousak SA A.E. Scunziano SA J.L. Ware FIRST DIVISIC SA Hoak SR K.E. King SR D.V. Kramer SR Miles SR L.J. Miner SR B. Wagner ,,,,-,,4f-e- P .4 ag. Ullman-Q. 'fx ,KX ,,,,,g, .M fa, N r CDR Morris LCDR J.R. Waytena LCDR Turner DENTAL Barbara Miller 8 Company LT Mork DTI MacElhanle DT3 J. Andrews DT3 J.W. Barnes DT3 M.l. Dunn DT3 E.L. Kerns DN R.A. Bogue DTSA C. Lindsay DTSA B.A. Miller 41 'fV4f"'f?'5 5"L'4Tg?':77'?7'?f3T-i5"?'f?'F!'4?"fTff'f577CZ'fi1T 'lfff-'T'f'VF:f'f.71:""'-Wlfwifi-1f55'5""1'"fR?'2l'.9'2?'5' H57-'F'A7EWYiW5?W Um??'?f7'7'7'5?'m7f'9'?5?Z"1'?f??W?'5'7F??E""h3L'fFk7Lf5'Z" xx K fx, . Y3wOSS X X is Xi , .. K I x X . x s X - mf, - M A-SSTN5 sky g Xl swgx X ' . f N. . J X NNN 1 - HMI D. HM2 E. HM2 K. HM2 D. HM3 K. V M. Cleveland C. Decena M. Kruetzman B. Maynard J. Benner 5' ,wx DEPT HEAD Lt. L. Helms DIVISION OFFICER HMCS J. L. French HMC R. G. Vaughn MEDICAL DEPARTMENT Q N, .. 16 eff. W ,yfwx in ..,, ... . .X A we '-N X 'f X ' fn - fXw,b, ! X I X ex- fag ewgk . 1, Q - ,ee t i :Qi L fe, :ei .. 'dx ISYS.. 'J I ,., , X-e,.f,,. M . .--.,, -- . g sf..in-'ffwaw fefwVwas I J Sbzffffafaw gx .vgfgsg ' - I -lp 1 :gTL,.,,,,,,..,:.,,,.,v,1-.-.r.1.,.,..s.bx,-f-f f Sure thing, Kong baby And one more for the road Teeth hurt - where doctor? lt's back to the ship for me x s i s X k is is QS 1 K We work. skate. and play 5 I N-vii ' U1 .fx , - . 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L1 I ' -Y 'QI' ' S I ...-flffsx rj- -ff i 'La l ' 'gm t Ai ' I AQ .XXI I ug' 5 4 1 Q, I , E Q Y , 0 5 P I 1 1 1 N 1 1 I I ! I lvl wx :ZX xsix J' X 2 S x Engineering Department Head Division Officer LT Kaufman LT young Damage Control ENGI EERING ENS Sturges 4: ,N V , 1535 - regal.,-,2J,g-2.14-'-yvffli--L--J MMI Stumbo ,,,,.,,.., .Av Acting Chief 8 LPO . , . , .--,.. ,. ,Q 1. ,. V --77 ,,-. ., Y ..-' E -F-fr ,.41f -73,21gpgygur-3.yffrnyp3v,g17a:F:,1sg'qQg'qSe:a451p-vffgp7gLggy34,gR,,i,,r,,35,53,,j,3?mbmMEQME, "A" GANG l F1 MM2 G.D. Gaylor MM2 S.D. Woodard EM3 J.V. Parlich W E ! i K ...rn EMS W.M. Walck EN3 Wiland MM2 K.L. Woods FN K.D. Gardner FN Harra FN K.L. Mathena fd, io SN T.J. Vass MRFA J.R. EMERSON MMFA T.J. HUNDLEY. JR. ENFA Tharpe FN D. L. Boatright FR D. R. Forbes FN W. R. Ladarack w , - . . . -, '. , ' - 1 ..x .54 -ya-mf-1-1-.A ,f,..,...f ,- ' ' , 'f ' ' ' .. .F lf, .J - ' - 1.-F' 7 -" ' 'xl ' mural-ning..-4.n--.,.,..fp4'f+ D -"W ,,4 414-1-. 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'V MQv,MM'ff 6 XQVQVQVGS Q5 90, vvvfggi YWQQQQ 9' ' iS:i:1"'z1:? ix ftp.-51" 'A' ' Q 'fr 'Q' . 9 9 6 9 9'-f rxsswgsg MQ Q YQ 5 .gi,ggZgZg'.g Q g Q Qui-f X-1-1'1'5-Pl' . A 55:51:31:-1 c X X Q 9 if' t 1 S2QZiSwW . .H "F . eg 9 '5- . wf QQx 1' SW if-W " 5QfQfkj::f'1:'f N 'B Rv 91: f 22'52'?'9sf x X 195 'Q ' ffigiziillifzf tb X 511' gs 9 5 .ways-Q35 ' .ff X TEXAS does if again! 5' L:: Lvvmanmnuf , - 4v21""""' 2 ,-- as-sw , ,. .,:a5,-lL-4'5"'x""'?::K THE SAILORS DGWN BELO THE MEN WHO SAIL BELOW Now each of us from time to time has gazed upon the sea. And watched the warships pulling out to keep this country free. And most of us has read a book or heard a lusty tale About men who sail these ships through lightning. wind. and hail But there's a place within each ship that legend fails to teach. lt's down below the waterline: it takes a living toll A hot metal living hell that sailors call the hole. It houses engines run by steam that makes the shaft go round A place of fire and noise and heat. that beats your spirits down. Where boilers like a hellish heart. with blood of angry steam, Are of molded gods without remorse. are nightmares in a dream. Whose threat that from the fires roar is like a living doubt, That any minute would with scorn escape and crush you out. Where turbines scream like tortured souls. alone and lost in hell. As ordered from above somewhere they answer every bell. The men who keep the fires lit and make the engines run Are strangers to the world of night and rarely see the sun. They have no time for man or god. no tolerance for fear, Their aspect pays no living thing the tribute of a tear. For there's not much men can do that these men haven't done, Beneath the decks deep in the hole, to make the engines run. And every hour of every day they keep the watch in hell, For if the fires ever fail their ship's a useless shell. When ships converge to have a war. upon an angry sea. The men below just grimly smile at what their fate might be. They're locked in below like men foredoomed. who hear no battle cry. lt's well assumed that if they're hit the men below will die. For every day is a war down there. when gauges all read red Four hundred pounds of heated steam can kill you mighty dead. So if you ever write their sons, or try to tell their tale, The very words would make you hear a fired furnace wail. And people as a general rule don't hear of men of steel. So little is heard about this place that sailors call the hole. But l can sing about this place. and try to make you see The hardened life of men down there, 'cause one of them is me. l've seen the sweat-soaked heroes fight in superheated air To keep their ship alive and right, though no one knows they're there :T And thus they'll fight for ages on till warships sail no more. Amid the boilers' mighty heat and the turbines' hellish roar. So when you see a ship pull out, to meet a warlike foe Remember faintly if you can 'The men who sail below'. Unknown poet 1ii"4- KEEP STEAMING .ew Q- ., -1 , 'r 3-aff.. 2-..:f.:: - ':":: 4" 52--"'2ffs-is ??'1Ti -D M632"l92'E7557fI'Z-- -- -gf-5 57'-M' "H Af Z' Q YY? 3 Nb'5' IIYPYJPAP' FPR N VV! 5 ul' -y w 1-C Q fe... .-. .-1 Q .H vu- -S 'ff -ff-vw 1'-wf an-S., 'V' "' U 'I' ' "C""' 'F' ' MMC C. Hunter MMC Johnson MMC D. K. Macklin I MMI GSR. Hicks MM1 D. V. Lucas MM2 A. M. Castillo MM2 L. Wesley MM3 R. C. Campbell MM3 R. S. Gallegus 5 MM3 D. J. LaJoie MM3 N. Paul MM3 T. V. Richardson MM3 D. Segouvia MM3 Steins MM3 P. R. Kirkpatrick MMFA R. P. Rozecki - " .oi-N:- MM3 R. L. Fletcher FN Bocklett FA W. T. Davis MMFN D. W. Coulter Q , ,, .,,..-.,...,..,,... 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Steely ENS M. P. Carroll QM2L. M. Coffelt SM2 N. G. Jones OS2 M. E. Kelly RM3 B. J. Cornell RM3 D. C. Hoffmann MM3 G. Martinez, Jr - ,. .A . M.-..f f-- M-,,f V , H , I Z'- - ' ",2:9..n9P"r-iG-vp - 4-y--aamff'.r:-.'.f,o-e-l?32+'f.4ael'5"'a'f' RMI M. R. Bowen Mui -w:.,1w-uaszxi., -ga... 1-1-v .elf.,-:,4.1w,-,-maxi:-af...'....-.,,,.......,,....,,Y .--mg-ff-1: e-:ww-,-'H .1.-fffagn-:.,:-:f--:,v ga.-z:.q,u,.,.,ff5 :1wgkQ1:ys'fQ:f4awf-4-uogh.gag-ug-c5:g-4vQ:4' . -L-FnG17I1,m1-via?-nw,.f.,,.........-.QL -,L-. F.-.-I V -- X QMSN J. V. Coleman Hey, we're on track!! , N s 1 L . L . QMSN M. F. Kay SMSN T. F. Sanders YNSN L. A. Womack OSSN N. J. Woods L . W 5-.Y . A SMSN P. F. Cogar SMSA R. L. Dube RMSA R. N. Lee RMSA W. Paige TRIAL AND ERROR. . . THEY MCIST BE KIDDING I'D RATHER STRIKE FOR QM I I SA L. M QMSA L SMSA D HERE LIES THE REMAINS OF OUR DEAR RESIDENT AIRDALE OS 1 L. D. HOLLEMAN QROSCOEQ DOES THIS LOOK LIKE RADIO I . I -S.. M -Y I ,. 5.,,,,w,---f-5,.L..,.,gL:.:b4::fr:.ff.4e.1...g.g.axaLg-i 7-1-2-' ' .. ' ' ' .4 ' '-- - "' xxC1.5..-A-if-Q,i....4l'Ff4'-ff,.-.LA '-'- - -""" ' ' H... -f, ,J - - ' .sum-v-::.,Ap,-r-,L-vz .,.,,--, M.. Q- ,,..,.,, , -LA, .M -3-- ff., A-1--Q - ., , .L L f- i . :-m-ravzwavv - W -R - fn- K+: -1-sian .f-:-- -1- -me fu uf' 1-at-1 A-f.:wrv-wr-uunvnv ,f A FWF-vvfvfrvv rave-H' 'WP- REPAIR DMINISTRATIO LCDR J. R. Driscoll, Jr LT C- W- Thompson ENS G. L. Kamius Emcs F. N. Beard Mncs R. w. DeBolt IMC G- N- COOPET FTGC R. O. Hamblin MRCS M. Hamilton V H-I-C J S Ken IMC B. E. Koehl BTC S. D. Jenkins Jr. HTC G. Q. Archer ENI R. A. Dauwen MRI J. R. Rowe EMI W. J. Dietriech MRI A. J. Arcera HTI J. C. Brock BMI S. M. Cooke EMI D. J. Dotterer MRI T. J. Hutchings HTI W. E. Manzola V A V ,F We , :ki us-, A-.,, .,4u3gMNn,...:.,n.gg:g1.::,-:.g,-ge..,,1,eneSgd'- . . - ,' .fgJ, , Q,,,,1...a-T-.-:vga- .-, ' BMI G. N. Monk HT2 A. J. Blevins FTG2 S. L. Bryant FTG2 J. C. Ruby ET2 P. L. Markin HT2 H. W. McKinney HT2 G. L. Skelding EM3 J. H. Abernathy HT3 R. A. Bacon MR3 R. S. Coogan EM3 M. J. Wheeler HT3 R. M. Ingram 1 HTFN D. W. Beckman FA M. N. Smith I MU, , , , ,.A,.- . - ,,+-L4 Q 4 . . f .. -X, N, ,w5-..f1,1,f:.4,,.41-MU,,.-1...,- - 1--.-, . ., . -, ,, 3 ,,,.-.Q-'A'-f"ff MMA" hh-QL,-, . w...,.,,.,n1 M- L ,,- .11 ,f .-.rf-f-.zfzze-wr,a-'fa-r..-adv.-..v--,fi-:--fqsf.. C--. 1- -1: '-:V-At. ,g-1-fgn5:fy.:::-:.1!v-7- ,.-n.gxw..ffrgav1vv-xanga-1...-..:vz.-fu , f.. -. - R- 1 DIVISIC CW04 J. T. McDermott w , I T T E H HTCM E. G. Bennett HTCS W. F. Snell ' HTC J. I. Porter HTC W. C. Robertson HTC R. L. Thompson ,.,... s.,-- HTI J. L. Green HTl L. D. lliff HTl M. A. Langford HTl W. H. Allen Htl R. S. Caldwell HTl S. N. Gonzales PMI S. L. Ricker '. ' ' V' . e' " ' ' ' ' , '- ' . , . - ' f ALKE, f":W.'-gf . ',.cL:: J..a: "fHwb.4-:......:.av ', e- A-Q..-L-of-wa: -, - - . - f- .- f - Nr, J, - - - F. .yr +f.,L, ,.-, my- ne!"' ,W , HT2 M. J. Netherly HT2 F. G. Nitz HT2 R. S. Reeves HT2 M. w. Belch HT2 L. R. Clay HT2 A. G. Mandigo HT2 D. M. Prescott HT2 J. G. Ryder MR2 A. C. Vanek HT2 R. Veaseley HT2 J. W. Williams HT3 'T. M. Duffy HT3 R. J. Flick HT3 R. L. Furman HT3 D. J. Lajoie HT3 S. E. Lewis ... ,,-v-rw HT3 M. L. Bonham HT3 A. L. Burdett HT3 F. B. Burks PM3 K. N. George HT3 A. Jackomino HT3 J. M. Johnson , .. t . H ' - X ' ' - - Q, , '- -NM -1. 1 ' , I n ,Q 713 - ,- ,3p,:- ""-'- f:..i..,g.av-I-L-7-'i "+"4L"V"" ' . . , - . ' -. ' . - ' F ' .- ,L--,:,e.if,,r:6'f-A'-' -91' ' ,JJ , .1 'L ,-.- . E ,. : v .,,,A.u...,.,..1.r-s,-,,,,y,w-:- p---A HT3 M. Linsey HT3 K. L. Mann HT3 C. K. Massey I P l . HT3 D.. P. McDonald HT3 A. J. Nugent HT3 J. H. Ochoa HT3 M. L. O'Dell HT3 A. D. Shaw HT3 R. L. Twaddle HTFN K. C. Bush HTFN J. C. Cecil HTFN F. D. Cracraft HTFN C Harvey HTFN S S Keefer HTFND P Rainey HTFN R. C. Adkins HTFN R. H. Amlaw HTFN D. K. Bradtland HTFN D C Epperson HTFN S A Erickson HTFN B N Grlffln O . 0 C s I I Q O O 0 I a 0 U , ,, V ,. ., W K- 4-j,4.4.3 ,LSA -- f Y A - Y' "'- - -"jr, "-Q,3p4w.4im3ffr1f..g--:11L:J-.:.wb-.-1..,..,...e:a:vg4' NW- ""' , f . ' - .' ' " " . "' " " ' .. , ,, " Q, '.g ...fin-gms-.,a-...f -' B , 95 1 ff if 1 .ffm X . 1 X55 fy W f K t 3 1, f' ,:-f' , f X, f A ' f ,Q 4 X f ' ff 5 1 S.,XGp WV 4 0 X N k x ,ww fr!!f i X Q 1 J W X F 9 9 wt, YN K waz... -Y. .n-Ju.-A -ink ,fg...u:412 wif' mil- -.331-2-nw I , L ::Q4::rm- rua... -.r.g-ataaf., 5,4-A-74. i R-2 DIVISICN Division Officer LTJG J. E. Fisher MLCS B. N. Paul ENCS J. W. Whitesides ICC J. F. Belongia C C i MMC G. A. Bucher BTC J. A. Herdman MMC G. M. BTC R. W. Massengill Longsworth BTC J. K. McAuliffe MMC R. J. Quimen BTI A. L. Burke BTI Blackstock MRI J. A. Dinkins MMI B. J. Dixon MRI R. A. Everett MLI V. R. Harris MMI E. T. Oliver MRI W. E. Pittman MRI D. T. Thornton MR2 M. D. Bollweg E ,QW m,i,A,.,-, ,,,,q:,,,,,.-, ...... ,Q-,,x.,w,, .-.Q ... WMA --qw-..-.-..:-.- -,1 --.. ,.,.--. V.-.-...,,w V '-4-'A--------1-f'- - -.--rw -V --- -----Y , - -W.. , - V . . ' I , . f r-.,..:ff,:.f.....4.f-I-' --1' -M' gg.. f - H g ' -2--'-f"-W' i - ..' " . ' -- ' " ' ' f---, - - ! 1 ' ' ,.4-'-gif'-'.-.,!g-.1..i'1Q444k1g vawp5.Qmowm.E,- V -- .YW 9. U -A Fudge! My garter just snapped YOU tell Odom he's got the next watch N W ,. , i 1 1 'KSC ts, ENFN E. N. Dunn FR M. A. Rose BTFN I. E. Smith MMFN W- R- ' Q 4-L A'-1. L, , ,,,,,,..,,.,,Q.m-4if::.,f, . Steward MM3 K. Jones HT3 Lewis MMSA R. Duvall ,X H 45 "R" DIVISION HTFN J. S. Anderson III HTFN C. W. Ober HTFN J. E. Waterhouse But ljust had the last watch xv-muqlyb. wvalmm Mnxxx fve- Chrlstmas together yeah . . wr, ,gf DAN S Bar S Grill wi-ww a ' ' 'a Nm.- 1, ,-,, -. 17.10-N14-.4:v,.L3' , ,l,.',... .,,4,gga4.... L . rug- R-3 DIVISICJN Division Officer CWO2 T. M. Saguinsin ICl M. M. Campos EMI A. B. Docuyanan lC1 C. D. Moffitt EM1 J. I. Pizzaro EM2 R. Brown EM2 F. G. Carrico lC2 D. L. Cleland EM2 R. P. Greer EM2 A. R. Hoffman IC3 L. L. Baker This one even has wooden sides R R Mlszmi ...li W E: mfkk A 'x B J: tif, pyaw- 1,.z,!- A 'K -:L - a.. L- W- -'-' ' J 1 EM3 I. B. Ballnus lC3 J. O. Granger EM3 B. J. Jensen EM3 E. J. Patrick EM3 M. D. Scribano EMFN D. B. Carmen ICFN J. A. Cavallaro EMFN W. O. Hardin FN E. Morgan EMFN T. Christian EMFN T. G. Clements EMFN F. C. Leung R-4 DIVISION Division Officer CWO3 J. L. Randall IMCS F. W. Blizzard ETC L. R. Moyer l VULCAN ETC M. C. Casher IMC G. G. Miller ETC R. P. Pitman VULCAN l. this is VULCAN . . . ll: VULCAN. . . . uh . . . -,gf A-,--4,-.- ,..4.r,:,f,4.-,....,. qr...,,,.,... ..-...' --ff-uv ,---,q....4.-1-17'-if:-1-f!L,-...U--.. Y Y-.ggi--4 'L 3-,,.,-..-.fl ,f-.iff---1-:fn-,T---..-1-Q--, - , , k -- :arg fig' ...-- , - -1':1f "' V' y.-'-:-f- ---51 f--f----.-1,-ff-V - ' . J' ' . 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Arcera MSI A. Reyes MSI R. Santos .ew ie MS2 P. C. Aluning M82 F. F. Balatbat M32 M- Ordona 3K3 M- E- Bllfghafdt ,F,.-,:m.,Q!,7Q,, ... ,fuk ,,,:..-, Q A .-..... .....,--,. V4-wa-f-g--'h -42:1-.-may. J... :..fm.f -- . M83 M. Colburn M83 D. G. Franklin M83 B. J. Garrant M83 H. King, Jr M83 M. O. Roiger M83 F. L. Wright M88N M. E. Adams Q .. i S 5 M88N R. F. Barnes SKSN B. N. Braga 137-..---q..:.-.....1f,h...,.,,,,-L...p.fcL.L..LI.' 'i , . . f f Y ' MSSN E. C. Fabbri MSSN T. M. Gusler FN M. H. Johns MssN M. A. Smith HTFN c. s. sneed MSSA C. E. Wooten FA G- M- Miller FR R. L. Youngs X 1 ,p.4.rmL' 5' +-was.:-1'-1 zP'xd:urv:':yrf:121r-, --Q-.u.u1 -BEf:'if51'Jh , ,- 1-rf-nl.-f ..-Y .,-4--..W -- - P1--xf -.J .- . ff-. . ,. .,.. - - 4 gf ' ,,.a, , .. ,Exif-my . . ,Q 1 4 v 1 132 3 -.n-M A 1 QX 35:68-. 1 in 'V-vA.K il WW Bef' M N Division Officer ENS J. R. Hosner DIVISICN r A I SHCI P. E. Dunning SH1 D. P. Ramos SH2 T. L. Gibson SH2 J. L. J0hl1SOD SH3 J. D. Choyinski SH3 R. W. Daniels SH3 G. E. Fortier SH3 A. L. Matthews SH3 R. J. Turtoro SH3 P. E. Ziehl SHSN A. M. Golden x 4 S-4 DIVISICN DISBURSING ENS M. G. Littell DKC B- W- Snyder I V DK1 R. L. Davadilla DK3 D. L. Harris A J DK3 P. M. Lippy DK3 D. E. Reedy SN C. Pratoomratana -4:1 N -..---:n--- -----m:rf1f-f-f----2:-1-1.n.... ,....,. ..---N4-.v ---11-y....1..f-.T-7-2:-1--!:4-ff Q - ,-1-,, A ,g, -5 Q., ,TAA ',-,.,-.. Yfzpfvn.-....:T.f. v Y - K , Y '-- qc' -iraq.. .,-' A . '. 'q f , Q f ",'7,'.-' Q.JT,,f,' 'T ,-j+-"'-' .",'.:w,,,.. pi.-,j' .,j'," , -'QQ qi' '- . "." V-ff-vT5.jL5v-ig jfxsf. S-7 DIVISION DPC M.A. Gray DPC R- L- Meinhardt DP2 N. G. Anthony DP2 M. L. Colhour DP2 J. S. Hakala a DP2 R. L. Hardin DP2 F. A. Manno DP2 T. Moreno I DS2 R. J. O'Keefe DP2 T. D. Stricklin DS2 D. L. Thomas DP3 R. Hines DP3 C. L. Bates DP3 E. L. Mannion 1 AQY . R Q X' w-ms. . N 'Sf A 3 s,ifj?aNfQ,fL3W, ,si t 'W' 'W N x 1 f mn- MX .. ahh 4: "X A V1 . -X n Y' as A , W xr Q x M A Q Qs , X ' V' N Y' iff 1 if 5 s gs Xia N W' . L .L.' DS3 J. C. North 1 TO STISENEI-EEEWE EEEE BID FAREWELL LANBWWSMQQIHASAIELLIHQQ, AND l WE WELCOME ABOARD CJUR NEW COMMANDING OFFICER L eAPfAmEJoHNWEnQoE:QRgLaisN March, 1980 The language of friendship is not words, but meanings. lt is a intelligence above language. ----Thoreau I -1 1 wi Q I Q ' 2 , K A r, V' 4 1i gn we s l We ,, . A fi - .0 - V, f 5. ,e f f ,V , X "-23,53 l . Q., -Q l H . X x g .. e- V dv KY , S I LV . ' 'Q ef x 4 tx 1 k X f , I 5 ' f ' -,-'fi' k Q U .,"?i" , ., x ' 4 X A Vx xxffvlr 4" A avi X X H Xi . x,,'- X , , 4 , f we ' ,. I - ' X .X I x g,LV5,, Vg., mer., Z 1 WM" if w R M-A "4 .. Q' X B M, . x my , M ,, ,, X . : ,-w,eg,4 1 " ,emi -K , ' ' W: Q . 1 . " ' f fii,n, fo' . ' " i 9 Q we nf 'f N il all ., g :X W 'M 'S Y ' it ' .xg 1, N 4 - X! in ff if 2, Q ,X Q. 2 I f . X W- X Qs N wg FA H' ik rf. jg , Q xxki ix , .,, A, 5 MN ,VV Sri:-5 A Q Q. 1 X lg N ,cw . . 5 X - A 'K ., A f X X , gb, K .. egg s x A I- f-.,s,., X gg - M F 1 W r K li i E, QA M 1. 1 V 1 E 2 1 4 I 9 1 i . ? I Q! 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JONES SALES IVIANAGER: LCDR TURNER ADVISOR: ENS CARLTON SPECIAL THANKS TO: DM3 RICHARD IVIITCHELL CINCLAN FLT GRAPHIC ARTS Arrival Norfolk, 42 Palma, Spain, 15 Rota, Spain, 14 Barcelona, Spain, 28-29 Captain's page, 6 Christmas in Barcelona, 35-37 Collage of crew, 142-145 Columbus day, 34 Cookout, USS Concord, 26 Departure Naples, 38 Norfolk, 10 Palma, 39 Divisions Deck, 48-54 Dental, 55-57 Engineering, A Gang, 63-66 B, 67 E, 68-73 M, 76-77 R, 78-79, 104 Executive, 44-47 Medical, 58-60 Operations, 80-83 Repair Administration, 84-87 R'l 9 R-2, 96-105 R-3, 106-109 R-4, 110-117 R-5, 118-122 R-6, 123 Supply S-1, 124-127 S-2, 128-133 S-3, 134-135 S-4, 136-137 S-7. 138-139 INDEX Executive Officer, 7 Farewell, 8 to Captain, 140 First, Liberty port, 17 making history, 9 Florence, Italy, 19 Friendship poem, 141 Genova, Italy, 18 Germany, 20 History Vulcan's, 3-5 making history, 9 ltaly, 148-149 Florence, 19 Genova, 18 Naples, 24-25 Toronto, 27 Life at sea, 22-23 Name Vulcan, 2 Spain, 146-147 Barcelona, 28-29 Malaga, 33 Palma, 32 Shooting, 41 Staff, 150 Swim call, 12-13 Training, 30 Turnover, 16 Underway, 10-11 Books Bike We Maae It Mwlhf hy Richarci Kerr fyrical Zriaplalion hy H. 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