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T yay' .gg 'f 1' gli' W -,ii 'M -Q nf-, --4 ,,,,,.,1"' 5 ' Q-,,,,.4'3'iWg-Q1-if USS W. S. SIMS, the third ship of the United to bear the name of Admiral William States Navy Sowden SIMS, was constructed by Avondale Sh' rds, and was commissioned on 3 January 1970, ipya in Charleston, South Carolina, her homeport IS Mayport, Florida. USS W. S. SIMS is a member of the Knox Class of Frigates and is equipped with the Navy's longest ' 1 e t range underwater sound detection equipmen CSONARQ and an ' ' Control System. Her armament consists of the rface missile system, ASROC fAnti-Submarine Rocketj, hull-mounted torpedoes tubes, 5"f54 Rapid Fire Gun Mount, and the Basic Point Defense Surface to Air Missile System. As an extended range sensor and weapon delivery system she is capable of carrying the LAMPS Helicopter. When operating in conjunction with surface and air units of the Atlantic Fleet, she comprises a formidable advanced Anti-Submarine Fire Harpoon surface to su ' -f. Q-sw -+ ,M ,. aff? Anti-Submarine and Anti-Sur ' Platform. ' face Ship WeaD0ns During her twelve year operational history W S. SIMS has been called upon to perform a multitudg of tasks, ranging from cruising the placid waters of the Caribbean to pounding through the turbulent North Atlantic. She has often been chosen to perform as test ship for experimental systems, a. fitting 1-019 for a ship named after the bold innovator who revolutionized Naval Gunnery doctrine. W, S, SIMS has successfully completed six extended periods of operations with the U.S. Sixth Fleet in 1972, in 1973-74 during the Middle East Crisis, in 1977, in 1978, 1980-81, and 1982. I V Wi. S. SIMS has carried on the proudwtradition of her namesake in .continuing t0,iinprove equipment tactics, and doctrines of the modern Navy, , ,TEN FIFTY-NINE ,J .... . MIGHTYIFINEI . Vv...1,'-K -A ..u. p innyi W 1 Q. ,-Ax" 1 I ,.. ,jx-1 .. ' n .f " ' -N ,V 7 .,,.. ,, .. ' ' R 'M-W, "W" f ' 'fg"Qa'l11bf,, 'l I ,WW , 1 f may-wt f.. 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In December of 1964, he reported to his first command, the USS PERRY QDD 844,, homeported in Mayport, Florida where he served in the Weapons Department and as Main Propulsion Assistant. After attending the U.S. Naval Destroyer School until June of 1967, he served as Engineer Officer on board the USS BORDELON QDD 883, homeported in Charleston, South Carolina, and saw action for nine months during the Vietnam Conflict, Lieutenant Schultz then served as Soviet Naval Analyst in the Intelligence Division of the Staff of Commander, U.S. Naval Forces, Japan at Yokosuka. In July of 1972, Lieutenant Commander Schultz returned to the Destroyer Force and served as Executive Officer of the USS THOMAS J. GARY QDER 326j, homeported in Key West, Florida. In January of 1974, he was assigned to the Intelligence Directorate of the U.S. European Command at Stuttgart, West Germany. In a subsequent European tour, he served with the Royal Navy as Head of the Navigation Department at the Britannia .Royal Naval College in Dartmouth, Devon, England until March of 1977. He then returned to the Surface Force and served as Executive Officer of the USS GARY QFF 1054j, homeported in San Diego, California. In January 1979, Commander Schultz reported to the, Naval Military Personnel Command in Washington, D.C. where he served as Director of the Officer Promotions, Appointments and Enlisted Advancements Division. Prior to reporting to USS W.S. SIMS, he attended the Senior Officers Ship Material Readiness Course QSOSMRCQ. COMMANDER PETER R. SMITH U.S. NAVY Commander Peter R. Smith is a 1968 graduate of Providence College and received his commission as an Ensign via the NROTC program at Brown University. His initial sea tour was as the Electronics Material Officer and later CIC and Operations Officer aboard the USS CHARLES S. SPERRY CDD 6975, subsequent sea tours included duties as Weapons Officer of the USS MYLES C. FOX QDD 8295 and Operations Officer of the USS OGDEN QLPD BQ. Commander Smith has been assigned to shore duty as the Head of Manpower Requirements, at the Headquarters, Navy Recruiting Command in Washington, D.C. and as Aide and Flag Lieutenant to the Commander, Iberian Atlantic Area in Lisbon Portugal. Commander Smith is a graduate of the Naval Destroyer School Department Head Course, the Defense Language Institute at Monterey. California and most recently from the Naval Postgraduate School. Monterey. California where he was awarded the degree of Master of Arts, in National Security Affairs. 'T i' 4 -V inn 1 '1ll""' 'W ,-3:11 vw-'Ml' A , vi ,. 1 I I 'V NUM yu' f , V ir., FY K I bw'-W Q 5 ' , r. ' -"' , ' uv.. -V , x t my 4' 5 L Q I u ' N --91 4- v' 5' ' -av li ' rx 5-fu. , 9 I, npr -vo 4 Qi" 5 fb .dv -,Av l' -' ' -Q. my ui ali x .:x, '.'AJ':- -. 'Q ' X . I :PW f P. ""' 'lffanv '5- fniv- ,, our RQRAK4 - 1 . J, f, .IC :fvg 1' 1 x in , La ff 35 ., g , . K " ' V . A, V - ' Q ' '55-.. 72- f 1 3 J . ,F 1 ' ' x ff ' " .af Q5 ' J ' " J ,, P - A ,L ' l,.....v ,,. .H 5 ,gen IDDLE EAST FORCE CRUISE 668299 On 16 Nov. 82 the USS W.S. SIMS QFF-10593, commanded by CDR J.S. Schultz, returned to Mayport after completing a six-month deployment to the Middle East Force that took her into the waters of two oceans, two seas, the Arabian Gulf and the ports of three continents. SIMS also served as a unit of the Second, Sixth, and Seventh Fleets. . . The ship left Mayport on May 21 and crossed the Atlantic to Europe. After stopping in Berimuda and the Azores for fuel, she tied up pierside in Brest, France, for a three-day port visit, prior to participation in the French multi-national naval exercise, "Suroit 823' The next two weeks saw the SIMS conducting a multitude of operations with ships of the French, English, Dutch and Portuguese navies. Upon completion of "Suroit 82," the W.S. SIMS turned south to Rota, Spain, and the blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea. Stopping in Rota for only a few hours for fuel and provisions, the SIMS then conducted a high-speed early evening passage through the Straits of Gibraltar and past "The Rock" as she proceeded to the Egyptian city of Port Said and the Mediterranean entrance to the Suez Canal. At midnight on June 22, the W.S. SIMS steamed into the start of 89 miles of the "ditch." The canal transit was smooth and relaxing and the crew celebrated the day-long event by holding a flight deck cook-out and organizing and conducting a sit-up marathon. In 12 hours, 162 SIMS crewmembers managed to complete 88,185 sit-ups. Leaving the canal with high morale, and some sore stomachs, the SIMS sailed off to the Arabian Gulf stopping for a few hours in Djibouti. In the Arabian Gulf. the ship assumed duties in the area of gulf between Iran and Saudi Arabia as part of the U.S. Middle East Force. This group of ships is commanded by RADM C.E. Gurney and ls tasked with maintaining a U.S. naval presence in that area, conducting coordinated operations with various navies of the Arabian Gulf littoral area. During the three months spent in the gulf, the SIMS left only once for a four-day port visit to Karachi, Pakistan. The SIMS finally departed station and the gulf on October 5 and sailed south toward the equator and a visit with King Neptune and his court. On October ll during an early morning ceremony on the flight deck, King Neptune graciously assisted the loyal. trusty shellbacks of the SIMS in cleansing her of the many, lowly "polywogs" that had inhabited her by initiating them into the mysteries of King Neptune's kingdom. After bidding King Neptune and his court a fond farewell, the SIMS continued south to Mombasa, Kenya, for a four-day visit and a long awaited opportunity to go on safari at the wild game preserves and enjoy the beautiful beaches of this Indian Ocean resort city. Departing Mombasa on October 17. the SIMS began its long journey toward home, stopping for fuel once again in Djibouti, and then making a northerly transit of the Suez Canal. The voyage across the Mediterranean included a final deployment port visit to Palma de Mallorca, Spain where the crew took advantage of the many shopping and sightseeing opportunities, while at the same time preparing the ship for its return trip through the Straits of Gibraltar and across the Atlantic Ocean for a joyful reunion with families and friends in Mayport. The conclusion of SIMS' deployment was full of accolades. Rear Admiral Thomas F. Brown III, Commander, Task.I-'orce 70 commented, "Not only did USS W.S. SIMS promote good will and igirgiiritggigxiggcdilgrigg the Kgreazgii port visit, .a high standard was set for future visits. Well done." themselves to be rgalug:cety2Ssio.nalgnrv3gGider, Middleslast Force noted, "The men of SIMS have proved The CIC team was the foremost in the fdnrengmeers 'ave kept we plarlt responsive to an Commitments' Detachment 41 has been valuable to the tfcirlzlle Czjsnaylggolleltggelr mlsilon' The LAMPS Team-CHS?-36, proud of your superb performance. Well done." l you re urn home, you can be Justlflably During the cruise, the SIMS traveled over 32,000 miles. In all, 128 days were spent underway C1296 of the deploymentj, 41 days in port and 10 days at anchorage While under 24 000 9, es were received and 8.700 transmitted. Additionally, the W.S. SIMS.helicopter of?-?gL-36 Degiishlgnt 4- lossed OVSP 330 flight h0111'S and C0IDP1etell 275 shipboard landings. For the enjoyment of the crew ?:erhg-ifctsgzig g31:1ZSSEgW3Jgrinthe,clYsed circuit television System, and over S12,000 was deposited merchandise purchases Th!-O h eyti ounge. The ship s store was the recipient of over 860,000 in of the SIMS, Enlisted -DininggFZZ1iutye gruisg, over 154,473 meals were served by the mess specialists of bread' 12.180 pieces of pie, 22'492.pi2Ee1g sid Ciankthat total are 10,864 hamburgers, 10,469 loaves over 14,580 gallons of kool-aid and 4 ass ll e' and 118300 eggs' T0.Wash all this food down requisitions were processed and 2,09I hagzutgswzigglxvgiere Consumed. Fmauy, Over 4,000 supply . f' ' I'H'.x 'D WE PO Q 2 sigh - tiff, FIRST DIVISION. fLeft to Righty First Row: SA Phillips, SN McManama, BM1 Fain, BM3 Cousins, SN Waddell, Second Row: Ltjg Costa, SN Foster, BMSN Churchill, SN Eklund, BM3 Parsons, SA Caldwell, Third Row: BM3 Bennett, SN Love, BMSN Thomas, SN Crotwell, BM3 Fuller fr 'H , , , 19.4 ,sv-go. A- . .dv A ,i 5 4' ft i ff x I 5 A S.. 2 ' - 1 1 . .4 f-1,-I---by S ' if l ' A 7 g X 'NH A Ltjg Costa FIRST LIEUTENANT - A. J V ""51Af' 'cg 1 ' 'Q 5 ' 3 7 U rm I 1 U 3 'f.fF::f"'Jf "fx . t Ill l 5,4 W.. ,, 5 as f -Eli, f '2 ' f N i ' I ,jg "?!' X law? 4' ,V -1 eil E f' 3 A SS - 52' I If 7 ,? -K W' Y? it X .4 Vx . ,.,., 1 of 3 ff CQ' '3"Q SECOND DIVISION: QLeft to Righty First Row: FTG2 Hagen, GMG3 Williams, Second Row: FTG2 Ogborn, GMG3 Allen, FTMSN Herter, FTM2 Norrington, FTG3 Owens, GMG1 Warnke, Third Row: FTG3 Garrison. GMGSN Ammons, FTG2 Towne, FTG2 Edwards, GMG8 Garrison, Ltjg Bodzin nuff-I i J Hi:-I 1 N 'J-in-1.1 -.-rs "-'M O A-lm . ,. ,, . ' ig-- ,.n, . 'Q . LL ,. 3 V' A w na. 4 -J X Jgw? I A Q 4 I L 1 . o 1 ' ,ffl fm L- rl x Q Q W . I V K ' 2 4 AS DIVISION CLeft to Righty First Row: STG2 Vernon, STGSN Besanoeney, STG3 Cahill, TM2 Louthan, STG2 Crook. GMT2 Allen. STG2 Jurena, Second Row: STG3 Loveless, STGSN Trotter, GMT2 Bowers, STG2 Choquette. STG3 Cruz, STG3 Burny, STGSN Dill 0 4 1 I S Q Ltjg Hampshire I -I 3 Aswo bm- ' mm' ,Q-""' ff,-'fl-T '-s:wl'z22i' Q . 2 ' vm 'QUIJ Q 2' 1' 4L....B' f 2. K 5-v x? QI I '9- ,11,,,f4.gg.E.. P , 9""4 'QJK u u 1--Q' 211' PLEASE DON'T SCREW UP! M-.....,. W -.-.--,-.....,.,-, .,, - ,.-,. A- 1 . ..,..,-- 3: ,.,,, . ,,...,.,.,. - ,., , .M , "' .N Q ."t,, .'.. La." , - -'.:'. E --s 1" if 'Hifi--5 OPERATIO ,,g.o-4-V i P ...-4 4, 1. WV -f? Wf? ,PX , 9 is I A k NAVXAD DIVISION fLeft to Righty First Row: BTC Glendenning, MRC Rose, QMSN Phillips, QMSN Wolfe. HMC Senus, Second Row: PNCS Morosi, MAI Yerman, YNSN Alvear, HN Radamski, QM2 Stephens, QMC Trowbridge, Lt. Knox We -Qs-sq.-----F" , , f EMI WAV AD 'Nq- '35 xx 1 lr bb' 4-.4 GN .Y:::.:..4i:--"., -.L fur:-f' :V .. - "a QL:-:':3 ' z -fr, . 7-' 'y r '. . 1,3-1, "J-.." " ,.. f-f:. . .V . , . P4 " ' -.Lat-slr. '..-.,.,..,.--. .... V-M--Q ' . , ff,.Til. : -1 MA Tifivff l we ri f?3 'V ' N7-e? 15:1-1.L::, "'f .1V-1. .t.55f, '- - -. : ,r,. I-1 E K' , V. gk fe, R 45 gf-3 1 C NJ - 2 44 E4 ov""' -,,-4-""" , ? I 1 K ,, sy-J' -ibqi wt-V' id " - Q fi-.,., -.. -..., on-1.-.....,..., alii-un-nas f l 5 ' EJ EJ F-, K I fin..-W! ' Er Sw OE DIVISION: CLeft to Righty First Row: ET2 Allen, ET1 Shnell, EW2 Mershell, ET3 Zanoni, Ltjg Walker, Second Row: ETC Homola. ET2 Laurie. EW1 Dotlitch, ET3 Taylor, EW3 Rowe, EW3 Borrero, EWC Wilson ,R I.,--.Jn fav Lt. Benfield OPERATIONS OFFICER ,Q VI S- Ltjg Walker ! 18 E T"1 Ltjg Hedrick COMMO 'QL sci' . if f .J """"L1 xx 'k,.,, X I' in 1? J s j 'qw H In 'Q 4 ,aw F. pw- .hqwf .-. -- . .4 ,rf vi. ni J ,.. f ,I . . A ,-' -5'xx in 1' I if "H .iii 'T FP' ii D! oc DIVISION: Fii-si Row CLeft to Righty ossN B '11 051 E N Noffsinger, oss smith osi Dick ossN Bevis ossitzlrgl , lwood' OSI Falterman' OSS ' ' i d k, E . S2 Burress, OS2 Dinapoli, OS2 Rodney, OS2 Fishel, OSSNur11?y ns Burgess'.SeCond Row' O 20 eWt011, OSSN Covlngton ...N-N .-....--v ..A. - ....... , .--.., mg A, 1 . ...1"1: 3' - -F - ""'.!',7"':7'fg-34'-Q---if 1 -l"'-3212: iff'- f A- ' L2 I A-1-i f '-1 -. - - -1-7s2.'Z'F vs-Inca."-"' .'....1... 2 'v:,:5':.illi1l.i.ih, . 55 I " hal.-.:f:..,...:,. . ' jilzrr ' Z-if "'.1"l2:1i1'i:f "'3"tilfzi:S35- -'-fi--.L7.i- Y ii xsa- hi xx . " fl Al-L ff? I 1 11? W Y .Vg Q ...J ..f""' .X R ',-1 -..A 21 ,.-Wx ! as I Q -55 , , I-l " 'Q S ' 'Tyr 11 ,, . I -A 5'9 Q' GI EERI 1'f2 JI 1 , 1' Y' ' " -" 1' ' ". Y- ve-.- ,. 4 4 r - I wi f 1 -, rs,-4 'q,,T..:...,.,' ' f -Q,-,...,.., .. ,Y-..,,, ,, MY, ,,, 1"44!-A- Us-.. ,nl .. . L:-Mia.. gl 35+ ji , I ' E 'Q I I 1 xi- X lb 1 in u I . I. 9 , N' N, ' S ll . U' KZ. x. 11 P DIVISION: First Row fLeft to Righty BTFN Forint-r, BT2 Stull-up. BTI-'N Saunders, BT2 Henderson, BTFN Pellot, BTFN Bolton, BT2 Miz..-hell. BT2 Bell. BTFN Perko. BT3 Collins ,,,,f""' Lt. Pratt ENGINEERING OFFICER li I W9 23 li .-,,,,,,-,,....--------- .-.M . -- W- n-.4,,,.,,,,.....-.-------""'-' 'Q ,,,,.......4-1-- ,,-..-1---v ,.....,.1-1- ,.1-n---' I , f A 3, 1, if It qiisyfqiegar qlsiik ,-fiiiilf--9 'fev .'WmI4' in ly ,oooh Mme 5-., 1 'Li -S. Jill M DIVISION: fLeft to Righty MMFN Moore, MM3 Suk, MM2 Gillespie, MMFN Fletcher, MMCS Hammond, MM2 Smith, MM2 Karlsberg, MM1 Cockerell, MMFA Porter ..' 'Cv -' I f'5 -1 A-,.,,,,.... lax F A - MA A 5. if Lt Olson Q MPA ' p.---- ' su.. 3 - I Q ga W ', , 4 Q HEATER -. .F ,j ..- A A QQU- gf , p . ' X 5 5 .Q 1' 'fb ' , - 'X s. ,I ,, f 444 , I J'-3' I gf:-"7""' M DIVISION: First Row fLeft to Righty MMI Patterson. MM3 Good, MMFN Smith. MMFN Britt, MM3 Johnston, MM3 Braddock, MMFN Gunn 'i 'Ss- 0 0 -1- .TQ-v-woo-v V-.5 ,,..- .M -...-,.H ,, . ,,, , IX- A ,......o-----.-.......,.....,, -----..............i, ---i.-.... Wm' x 26 I! i Ti , gd 1 ,Mtv 21: ., - , 3. Jo, T e V .f 0, ,Q , . " ?'1W'SV'7'-209, 'WY I , ' , 3 , . .- , f . 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