Wabash (AOR 5) - Naval Cruise Book

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A woman ready day and night, for changes and delays, And one who doesn't pause when the mail is late by days. A woman who must sometimes take the role of Mom and Dad, And make decisions, without help, on subjects good and bad. A woman trained for anything from carpenter to plumber, But one who plays the major role of being wife and mother. A woman who is alone for months out of her life, God bless and keep this special woman known as the Navy wife. Q D parture 1 lanuar 1984 X A! sw NE 1 AX Q f mar? 1 K Q X 4, x W A. .,., -Y ,fx Q xx 3328 X, Q ' L L, 3, , fi W. W W N wx 4W? Q 1 NM X W, mf ' QQ. ff! Q 2 V ' 2? ,, ff, f J , f 1 W W, fm W, 4. W , f, 11 I 5 1 4 1 I 4 P J 1 Y I K 3 CAPTAIN GEORGE D. O'BRlEN Captain George D. O'Brien was born in Detroit, Michigan and lived there and in Washing- ton, D.C. before graduating from the University of Detroit High School in june 1956. He entered the U.S. Naval Academy one month later and was commissioned in june 1960. After flight training in Florida and Texas, Captain O'Brien reported to Naval Air Station, jacksonville, Florida where he joined Patrol Squadron Sixteen KVP-165. During this tour, he completed deployments to Iceland, Bermuda, and Cape Town, South Africa, and quali- fied as Patrol Plane Commander in the P-2 and P-3 aircraft. In December 1965, Captain O'Brien reported to the Naval Postgraduate School, Monte- rey, California, where in june 1970, he received the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Aeronautical Engineerin , and was selected for membership in Sigma Xi. After comple- tion of jet transition and replacement training in the A-6 aircraft in july 1971, Captain O'Brien reported to Attack Squadron Thirty-Four KVA-34j, where he served as O erations Officer and Aircraft Maintenance Officer, completing two Mediterranean depibyments in USS IOHN F. KENNEDY CCV-671. ln December 1973, Captain O'Brien was assigned to Air Test and Evaluation Squadron Five CVX-53 as A-6 Projects coordinator and Project Officer of a joint NavyfAir Force evalua- tion of the F-111E and A-6E aircraft. In October 1974, he reported to the Staff of Commander Medium Attack Wing One as Readiness Officer. ln December 1975, Captain O'Brien reported to Attack Squadron Thirty-Five as Executive Officer and subsequently as Commanding Officer, completing two Mediterranean deployments in USS NIMITZ CCVN-685. He then reported to the Naval Air Systems Command as Deputy Program Manager for the A-6 aircraft. After completing nuclear power training in june 1980, Ca tain O'Brien reported to USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER CCVN-69j, where he servedjas Executive Officer until july 1982. In january 1983, Captain O'Brien assumed command of USS WABASH CAOR-5j. His decorations include the Meritorious Service Medal and the joint Service Commendation Medal. Captain O'Brien is married to the former Elise Montilla Haeussler. They have four children, C-eorge, Caroline, Kevin and Roseleen. 1. I-s E-9 E 1? Iii? fi PCO 1 CAPTAIN jAMES T. MATHENY Captain james T. Matheny, born in Los Angeles, California, graduated from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, in 1960 with a degree in Electrical Engineering. Commis- sioned through the Aviation Officer Candidate Program, he was designated a Naval Aviator in December 1961. ln 1962, he reported for duty with VF-13 aboard USS Shangrila flying the F-3B Demon and F-8E Crusader. Subsequent sea tours included duty as Landing Signal Officer on the carrier Air Wing One aboard USS john F. Kennedy. Following a tour as Squadron Department Head in VA-72, and graduation from the Naval War College, he served as Executive Officer and Commanding Officer of VA-46, Flying the A-7E Corsair II aboard Uss john F. Kennedy. Shore tours included duty as an Instructor Pilot in VA-174, and as the A-7 Program Coordinator in the office of the Chief of Naval Operations. He reports to USS Wabash following tours as Commander Carrier Air Wing One aboard USS America and as Com- mander Light Attack Wing One at Naval Air Station, Cecil Field, Florida. Captain Matheny has been awarded the Meritorious Service Medal itwo awardsj, the Air Medal with eight StrikefFlight Awards, and various Unit, Campaign, and Sevice Awards. He has accumulated over 5,000 flight hours and 1200 carrier landings. He is the son of Mrs. j.T. Matheny of Cookeville, Tennessee, and resides with his wife, the former Sharon Watts, and their daughter, Barbara, in Long Beach, California. Executive fficer COMMANDER 1. BARKER lll Our XO, CDR joe Barker, was the ramrod of WABASH's many administrative functions. Through his expertise, creativity, and tireless effort, each major task was accomplished in a timely manner. During WESTPAC 84 XO Barker spent many hours seeing that the junior officers were well trained as division officers. During unreps he could always be seen on the Starboard bridge wing directing that particular evolution. XO Barker was respected by the officers and crew as a thoroughly dedicated Naval Officer. Having left WABASH shortly after the Change of Command we wish him "Fair winds and following seas." fficers fi LCDR Patrick Denny LCDR Paul Carstens LCDR Patrick GAA LCDR Macarther Braswell Q LCDR Roy Aasen LCDR William Burge LT Tim O'Leary i 215 4' LT Richard Wilson LT Tim Gohde Qfxp 1,1 RffQl LT Greg Morissette fficers ...fr A-bn .1 LT. Mark Beatty LT. Mike Burke LT. Steve Frink LT. john Beagel ,nv 'if LT. Gregg Cobb LT. Gregg Shadbolt xx, A. S if.: ' , ' 1LQ5fX' K . 1, agi. fm". ,- ff , fi ing af' I ,- fra",-' -' i 1 . ani. 11 ogg ' I ', , an Q, S 5 i+ i N3 55 r bf, x ts ' .. 1 I WU - 1. :,3a,f,,fr5 5132 5: ' it if i f" 'V 1: .. wt 1. X .1 Mi - : its ,, so hz --. 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Overly 'X Kina, ' "Al-iH, Liberty Qallff MAC V. Sheppard MMC M. Strawn hief P tt fficers GMGC B. Warner SMC F. Smith MSC R. Antonio PNC W. Dionisio wx ,V 4- My! fy! . ,. ., ,. .,,. MW! . . , ,ff ,wjw ' ,f,UMwA . S Q , , . 1 Q WN ,ui N f iv f S fl EMC F. Fosbenner QMC T. Wells ETC 1. Poropatrc OSC l. Ruane 'xv ss HTC L. Brown RMC C. Harris M- X gf Signal the Sheriff HTC R. Egfradg PCC ll Brown Deck Department The Deck Department on an AOR is one of the most visible departments. Deck consists of four divisions: 1ST, ZND, Weps, and Rase. First Division is tasked with the cleanliness and preservation of the forward part of the ship. First handles the anchors during mooring, operates the winches, fuel rigs, and cargo rigs during Underway Replenishments, and has oversight of 3 of 6 WABASH boats. Second Division has the after part of WABASH, man's flight quarters several hours any given day during helo ops, mans up fuel and cargo rigs for unreps, and oversees the 3 remaining boats. Weapons Division works in the ship's armory, cargo magazines, and is in charge of the safe handling of ammo during replenishment exercises. The "Gunners" are most visible during unreps when they accu- rately shoot the shot lines to our customers. RASE stands for Replenishment At Sea Equipment. They are responsible for the maintenance of all wenches both mechanically 84 electrically. This multi-rated division also maintains the three cargo elevators and all of WABASH's fork trucks. Boatswain's MEITEE CBMJ GM Gunners Mate xy wx S l c i ENG 4 1 . t Divi ion BM1 1. Towner BM1 S. Harrison BM2 D. Hoffman BM2 T. Robbins T x A I Xrgky-A 1 4. , 9 I R iff- 4, E., 'Q Tlx , 'N R W grm rs In hi kb 1 ' ,,,,!E1' aw' ,,,, 7 " WCW? f' V,..,,h! 5 I ,W rf 5 ,M N 5, ' C f w BM3 R. Bllbesl BM3 C. Robles BM3 C. jones BM3 C. Gonzalez SA M. Buttke SA P. Cristobal SA 1. Davis SN D. Earl SN M. Eustace SA J. Foss SA J. Giglielo SN N. Herrara SN C. jones SN C. Kennedy SN M. Lamkin SN K. McLean SA D. Miller SN D. Pasco SA L. Pavy SN O. Petty SN R. Priestly SN R. Reed SN H. Robinson SN E. Sanchez SN T. Vanwinkle SN S. Wingard SN R. Winslow First Divi ion . .- ,.,..a S Q lsr V ' ,fr ,.,A iw Wabash Histor USS WABASH, a fleet replenishment oiler, represents a versatile new class of Navy Supply ships. Her primary mission is to replenish operating forces at sea with a variety of provisions from fuel to munitions. She employs modern transfer-at-sea equipment and techniques to supply other ships while underway, including helicopters which operate from her stern platform. WABASH is a large ship measuring 659 feet in length, beam of 96 feet, 36 feet full load draft, three boilers, two propellers, 16,000 shaft horsepower ahead per shaft, 1,500 shaft horsepower astern per shaft, 41,360 tons displacement fully loaded, and maximum speed in excess of 20 knots. WABASH has a complement of 24 officers and 448 enlisted personnel. WABASH is named after a river fand in this case a cityl with a name of American Indian origin. The city of Wabash, Indiana, located 75 miles west of the Ohio state line, derives its name from the river which was formerly called Wa Ba Ski Ki Imeaning "white water"I by the Indians. The city of Wabash was the world's first city to be lighted electrically. WABASH was built by the General Dynamics Corporation at Quincy, Massachusetts, and commissioned on 20 November 1971 at the Boston Naval Shipyard. She arrived at her homeport of Long Beach in March of 1972 following a two-month shakedown cruise around South America. After shakedown, refresher training and a Western Pacific deployment, WABASH returned to the continental United States and in September 1974 shifted her homeport to Alameda, CA. WABASH has served the Pacific Fleet while participating in several multinational fleet exercises, and as duty oiler providing operational and exercise underway replenishment training. WABASH completed a twelve month overhaul in june 1978. WABASH ended a deployment to the Western Pacific on 25 january 1980, which included an extension of the deployment for 70 days in support of the hostages in Iran. In April 1981, WABASH commenced another Western Pacific and Indian Ocean deployment and returned to Alameda in November 1981. WABASH completed a tenmonth major overhaul in February 1983, which included the addition of a Close-in Weapons System and Sea Sparrow Missle System. WABASH recently completed a six and a half month Western Pacificflndian Ocean deployment with the USS KITTY HAWK Battle Group Bravo in August of 1984. In October of 1984 WABASH changed homeport to Naval Station Long Beach. USS WABASH was awarded the prestigious National Defense Transportation Award for 1979. WABASH was also awarded the coveted U.S. Pacific Fleet Battle Efficiency "E" for the period july 1980 through December 1981. USS WABASH is a unit of Service Group One commanded by Captain R.E. Brown, USN. BM1 Ferber BM2 Assmus BM2 Bueno BM2 Clady BM2 MCCovvn BM3 Bueoy BM3 Heschke BM3 Marlow BM3 Myers SN Abilo SN Balderama SN Barnard SN Bays SA Boyce SN Chavez SA Dover SA Drouilliard SN Euinger BMSN Enke SN Harrison SR Henson SN Huerta SN Leibfried SN Moline FN D. Morin SN M. Morrimn SN 1. Pridgcn SN N. Rakestravv SN A. Renteria SN L. Robins SN M. Smith SN R. Wilbur SN M. Wiley SN D. Wilson ' 0000 USS Kitt Hawk CV63 ? c ,, wuaw N-A f 1 f f ,f x f X 5 X X of 5 'ff X f X X 2' sip. .if -vf if, , gf X 'f pg , ' X X. fx - 5X A, W yf gk YQ, Xi 'T zff new . vw "fe 'Q f xf 'f. " f' fffr Q' xwxx ff,QxfiN fxkfku Q xx Nr 1 , J Wxfw, W ig 5,4 N M- Q fi x x x X ' , fi X ",,,s.ff QvS x X Q ' X EW, :wi A Q, QQ Q Q , f V, 1 ff -r i - 1 fl' X ' f S Qi s ff x Q 'S -S zswvw AX X fs Q X ,fs X S Q wx Q X xy xx Fly av Nu hw Q A NW? QF HMI -X. n2.1l.x11g l2MlXX.Uf'll11tl1s lvl I. Mmm PNC Q. Nlllvs , N o W ln Nl- L. l .anncll MMI R. Thomson EM2 KN. Xfancamp EMS B, Hall EN2 C, Harris BMS T. liCiCl'lLH1i EM3 C. Ligon EM3 H. Sepian BM3 F. Wilson SR D. Bowers SN R. Caparaz FN S. Doss MMFN R, Fioria SA E. Fuller SW R. Hall BWXSN S, Hippffrt SA R. johnson FNFN K. Lauflfcrflalcf SN S. fvlfllvin Nifnols Rase Division fl -'v P ,,,.Q.,.... 'If' Z E Ars- if f ,. ,- v lx, 1 Pv Plflfiftr DR D. POPE? QA C Rankard J.,. SR C. VY lf4ifIF:Vz1d , xx 'A --fy-----A 1-N. ,, ,,-.A,N -N 1 sb 1 7 ,G 3 , f lm M .wi V N .Q ,, Ihr 'N-. af? P: --1f....M.- 3. .f iii ,.,-' -1+ N I ,......--I in-1 iii , . o W ri..f'. x 1 mr- S- N sl"',:3 VIH nq,'zN rw H A N vy Wife's Alphabet A B C D E F G H I I K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z is for Adaptable, w ich is supposed to be my middle name. Also for Absent, which my husband is A lot, especially hen the Anchor's Aweigh. is for Basic, as in Basic Allowance for Quarters and Basic Allowance for Subsistence, Isee "L"I. is for Cost of living which is always going up and for Commissary which I therefore need more than ever. is for Dependent, which is what the Navy says I am, even though everybody knows you can't survive Navy life unless you're extremely independent. is for Empty, which is what my wallet is at the End of Each pay period. is for Fabulous Foreign ports I hope he'II bring me back Fabulous bargains from. is for Government and Goldbraid and "Good Grief, Charlie Brown, who in Washington thought that one up!" is for Housing "on the economy," which so often seems Cal too small, lbb too expensive, IcI too close to the Base, ldl too far from Base, Cel all of the above. is for ID card on which my picture looks Idiotic. is for jack of all trades, which it would be just dandy if I were one. is for Kilometers and Knots, both of which Kinda Konfuse me. is for Lavish, which is what I wish allowances were, instead of Basic, lsee "B"I. is for Mail from the ship, which is sometimes a Maybe thing. is for-mmmm-er-uh-lgosh, can't think of anything for this one.I is for Orders to Outer Transvania and Other places I never heard of. is for Personal Property lost and damaged in our last Permanent Change of Station, for which I will Positively be re-imbursed IPerhapsI. is for Qualified, which I am getting to be at practically everything. is for his Return from deployment, which is Really Romantic. is for Starboard, which Sailors on Ships Say when they mean "right." is for Trips To The Tailor, when his uniform mysteriously Tightens across his Tummy. is for Unexpected changes in the ship's schedule, which I Understand are Unavoidable but which I'm often Unprepared for and so they Usually make me Upset, or even Uptight. is for Volunteer work, which I know is a Very fine thing, but sometimes I get too Vound up in it. is for Navy Wives, Who are Wonderful, Witty, Wise, Warm and Winsome. Whoever Would argue With this is no longer Welcome aboard. is for Navy X-change, which I am very glad X-ists. is for Yards and Yeoman and Yo-be-bo-, all of which sound very nautical, don't You think? is for "zulu," which is what the Navy calls the last letter of the alphabet, which I think is a Zany thing to do. eapons Divi ion i i i Fi Bfyffif CMG3 R. Ciibreati CJMC3 T. 0"weiH SA W. Huff SN T. Knox GMGSA 1. Massey SN R. Price SN P. Savell SN B, Snead SN A. Stephens SN 1. Stewart SN j. Sykes SA T. Watson SN Williams 1. a if iff '- yigf E' ITT ' if xffjf, K' ., E... ik,.i. F, Q' ,, , 'Eff' . . ,. sw-, pfmeu ms, in ififellili i '1 7 in 1 F535 i y'f?lugi W ig, 1 ? 5 ,i. li 4 im' L5-Tfi'-M Nh E msn V'Nl!.u, A 311 MQ Q 'N t waxy. 'S . rsqg, i il :Ni . ir A Wsilqem Engineering QB,M,E,R 4250 Boiler Technician Electrician's Hull Maintenance QBTD Mate CEM, Technician QHTJ The Engineering Department consists of B, M, E, and R divisions. B Division is manned soley by the BT's. A BT legend says, "when Ciod said, "Let there be light, the BT's came in on the main." Boiler Technicians CBTJ operate and perform organizational and intermediate maintenance on marine boilers, pumps, forced draft blowers and heat exchanges, perform tests, transfers and inventory of fuels and water, and maintain records and reports. M Division has two ratings: the MM CMachinist Matei. The MM's operate, maintain and repair ship propulsion machinery and auxilary equipment and outside machinery such as steering engine, windlasses and hoisting machinery, and elevators, food preparation equipment, transfer and inventory lubricating oils, maintain records and reports, and may perform duties in the generation and stowage of industrial gases. On WABASH the MM's man A Gang which is the Auxilary Division working with refrigeration, air condition system, and heating equipment. LC tLiquid Cargoi also is manned by the MM's. LC is responsi- ble for pumping fuel to other ships and taking on fuel plus maintaining the right levels of fuel in our tanks. MM's even find their way into Rase Division of Deck Department. The MR's tMachinery Repairmeni perform intermediate maintenance on assigned equipment and in support of other ships, requiring the skillful use lathes, milling machines, boring mills, grinders, power hacksaws, drill presses, and other machine tools, portable machinery, and hand tools and measuring instruments found in a machine shop. E Division consist of personnel in both the IC and EM ratings. Internal Communications Electricians UCI operate and maintain interior communications systems including voice interior communications, alarms, ship's entertainment system, gyrocompass, and plotting, and stand watch on related equipment. The Electrician's Mate CEMD stands watch on generators, switchboards, control equipment, and electrical equipment, operate and maintain power and lighting circuits, electrical fixtures, film projections, motors, generators, voltage and frequency regulators, controllers, distribution switchboards, and other electrical equipment, test for short circuits, ground or other casualities, and rebuild electrical equipment, including solid state circuitry elements, in an electrical shop. It should be noted also that some EM's work in the Rase Division. The HT's work in R Division. The Hull Maintenance Technicians lHTi plan, supervise, and perform tasks necessary for fabrication, installation, and repair of all types of shipboard structures, plumbing, and piping systems, qualify in the techniques, skills used in damage control and fire fighting Nuclear, biological, and Chemical defense, and damage control duties, supervise and perform tasks in procurement and issurance of supplies and repair parts, instruct personnel and enforce safety and security precautions, prepare records and reports. en 'Q' Interior Communications Machinist's Mate Machinery Electrician UCD QMMD Flepalfmafi llVlRl MM1 C. Bates MMFI T. Burns MM2 R. Cox FN2 D. Hardwick MM2 T. Rogers MM2 B. Sims EN3 M. Dybuik MM3 I. Garner MM3 I. Gregory MM3 1. King EN3 F. Krautch MM3 W. Lasley MM3 S. Macaraeg MM3 A. Washburn FN 1. Corpus MMFA A. Daves MMFA W. Dittrnar MMFA 1. jordan FN C.. Lucier MMFN B. Marksberry MMFA M. Maynard ENFN L. McCarty MMFN I.. Miller FN j. 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Billingsley FN l. Delaney BTFN B. Delph B Di iion . ' . ' Hglm-3 Lz' f ' 5 ,,, 'Si ,. X R is X 4 if -xx A SS' we :X K .K .3 - Q . To 4 , ,. '- ., B Divi ion f we ,gxh I gff . 0 ,,g,5,ff. F X ar-1 N V xr, W, , f-W , , Q, , , .. .JW Aff W GW ff M Z , A A . W Zj ffx CW ' ,la af f X f , 1, - . 1 wx W wil F F' BTFA I. Grooms BTFN R. Hawklcy BTFA R. Hull FA R. Kemmer BTFN T. Lepfried FA H. Losby BTFA P. Pointsett BTFN 1. Robinson BTFA H. Robles FN j. Sailors BTFA 1. Saint FN M. Shaughnessy FR D. Slade FN C. Torniclfi Only missing 10,000 gallons? li ,, awnaz Laid Back jf pu Lf l 1 fb "M Page B neat? ff? ' 1 W, am' 2 ,, ! r .f-xx Chaplain and lay leader 'F all I - ' x .4281 Q N the ' f V 4 l w gina 1 ff!! ' . 1: 'SY- i 1 LM 5'-rsiwsx X- Aw ini ,it my x x x bm-,Q-V Y me C . r X ' Q r f fx 3 if S , "in . X- -z ,""5 ,YJ IQM1 Ili-luorld Iifl Drdgoo FM2 Boyd ICQ Parh EM2 Vernon EM2 Peters EM3 Hunter EM3 Mayo IC3 Mueller EM3 Renier EM3 Reyes EM3 Soriano EM3 Southern IC3 Weber ICB Yeater FN Chamblin FN Kimble ICFN Klasen EMFN Poullot At peace with the world, V These are friends. Really! But, Bos'n Moon Pie. pd! 'ol MM1 Barrc-to MM2 Bafha MM2 Hellman MM2 Mason MR2 Pagtakhan MM2 Taylor MR3 Atienza MM3 Coe MM3 Dekeno MM3 Howell MM3 Langshaw MM3 Morthole MM3 Puck MM3 Schrodt MM3 Stroenlsch MM3 Taylor MM3 Yanez MMFA Baldwin MMFA Bebout MMFA Daher MM3 Downs MMFN C-aleottu MMFA Graham MMFN Kortokamp 31 '4d1'r,IfVU PAN fjfjf Yi FN RfJbf3V73'Jf1 MP-AF'XiTar1rsfgfnzi1 A L . , 1 My ,, if n Only I know where we are going! wk SEQW AQ, K, umm lfiiipwg. an 'M sw? -aa. i DC Rss x x gk SEX Q x You put what in the soup? 9-4"X R Di iion - 3- , . , gef- , . . -1" A .ffhriw ' 1 ' r , . - Q: V w . Q.-V, Qi t HTFN C. Smith . , ,efhg .W ... 'iff' " "i"f' 1' 5tnf5N,J'5 - ., H Xie :QM XS fi R Q gy E , X A , gpg 1 .. , o A . " 2 1' S S A MW Y, , wt ' if .X 2 1 Q 4 2 ' z 'Vx' I . ' 1- K 9 . . Not another 'Big Mao' attafk, please. HRV? P v"v"hf.'f ', HAFZ ft F'-fiuififacf Puri!! HT3 D f5rf1ffF:!'3Ur FN Fi. Kirlfer HT3 W. Love!! HT3 D. Meeks HT3 C. Shultz FA R. Anderson HTFN D. Dancer FA j. Delaney HTFN R. Frietas FN R. Gieseke FN R. Medlin HTFN 1. Moore :S :thx 'le H . W!!! Wag! .J P "W-aff, as . we A-in, Huff. l sl Aviation Aviation Elljcfgiflxagbs , Machinists Mate 3 AGVOQVHDNGV S mm Mate QAGJ C- 1 1 Det 4 Our helo detachment is responsible for all vertical replenishment at sea oper- ations. This dedicated group of sailors became an integral part of WABASH during WESTPAC 84. Besides replenish- ing the battle group with stores and ammo, HC-11 DET 4 loaded WABASH with supplies for the battle group from Masirah. Well done, shipmates! Airorevv Survival Equipmentrnan lpliil Aviation Storekeeper fAKy 'QQ' , I Aviation AV'3l'0Vl Maintenance Structural Administration- Meonanio CAMJ man CAZi AN SHHCIWCZ AMSAN Turner Q1 , W l r You'll never believe where I dropped that wrench. f--....... D14 AMH1 Bentley AD1 Fulmer ACH fV1E:iTi AMS1 Robinson AE2 Croft AD2 Depezyrmski AMH2 Everhart AZ2 Gillock AD2 Penwell PR3 Acosta AMH3 Nieves AK3 Kruckenberg AEAN Ciccio ADAN Edwards AMHAN Fischer 'Tir 'Um S?"- U-ul-Mi s irq ummm . Q' fs.- 1 'fn I ,uw Suppl epartment The Supply Department is composed of S-1, S-2, S-3, and S-4 divisions. All divisions of supply work long hours on WABASH both at sea and inport. S-1 Division handles mass quantities of stores for unreps and vertreps. They also monitor the fuel we pump to our customers. S-1 handles all requisitions for internal parts and supplies, as well as, parts for the other ships of the battle group. S-2 Division is responsible for all the dinning facilities which include the Enlisted Dinning Facility, Chief Petty Officer Mess, and the Wardroom. While, at sea S-2 will serve over 12,000 meals a month. The Food Service Attendents CMess Cooksh are also part of S-2. These men are responsible to keep the messing facilities clean and comfortable. S-2 provides unrep cookies and bakes birthday and reenlistment cakes. S-3 Division "sculptors" for scalpsl all the good looking haircuts aboard WABASH. S-3 manages the ship's store, the gee- dunk, and even keeps the soda machines full. S-4 is responsible for paying the crew! They also process allotment forms, travel pay, and special pay. Twice each month the DK's are very popular. Disbursing Clerk CDKD Mess Management Specialist WIS, Storekeeper fSKJ Ship s Service man KSHD SK1 Aquino SK1 Felipe SK1 Lopez SK1 Matias SK2 Canino SK2 Lyons SK2 Williams SK3 Claxton SK3 Diederich SH3 Hornsby SK3 jones SK3 Woodson SKSA Dorsett SKSN Larrison SKSN Overton SKSN Spears SKSN Stanford S-1 Divi ion ! W, X et .., sl, we ,. n H 'Xl V :Messe e 4 1, fiff' Z ' .1 ' ,ff M ,, ,f Xi is . s .mv-, M ww-we fx M t ' Clif' Q X M ,Q Xt N is ,V 5 ,Pi ie W4 , W if W w Sf 1 Q f H i 5 ' ,Q il H Eff se - Divi ion 5 -, g ,Q M ,KX . 3, YW ' 'Z' -A Ei- M51 3 1+ 1 5 X M51 M51 ' - M51 X fa 35, M, -Jb- ix K V. 'ah ,I ,gi , A 9-S ,ff fkgy X X 4, 12' M52 M53 A3 1 .5., if 1 'W 5' xg ir.'. f ,ix if 'x l - , 3 , ,lik I . xg E i n If xl V-N. ' A, A Y e..- x M53 M53 ' M53 M53 Baloang Maneja Morales Soriano Mendez Page Terrado Avila Gattis Hirschfield jackson Washington MSSN Bluel MSSA Episioco e ix 1443- 45' I ... ' ' X3 X 4 3 A kg 'YA 1 vii' , , 1 V, if A xi i MSSN Pagonus MSSN Pinkard 1 MSSN Sethner SH1 Majan SH1 Metrillo SH2 Manundo SH3 Calizo SH3 McMeons SH3 Miles SH3 Pratt SH3 Redding SHSN johnson SHSN Soriano SHSN Stephenson S-4 s-3 Divi ion Divi ion DR1 Giron ' ,fi s is N s QA ' 1 WAS .tx DKSA Provost SN Salcedo .gm-4 'I ai! J I ll I tg .Wy i MEDICAL The HM's tHospital Menl man Medical. These highly trained corpsmen handle lab work, X-ray equipment, medical records, dental records, dispense medication under the Doc- tor's orders, give immunizations, perform routine medical examinations, conduct ship- wide training in health matters, and often give a listening hear to the crew. When we're sick in the Indian Ocean for of the l.O.J these men are good to have around. Hospital Corpsman QHMJ NAVIGATION The Nav Department consists of the QM tQuarter Masterl rating. The QM works under the navigator to ensure that WABASH gets to the right place at the right time. The QM's use both the heavenly bodies and electronic navigational aids to find their way around in the seven seas. QM's always know where they're going. Quartermaster CQMD QM2 Hayes QM2 Quicksall QMSM West QMSR Young Medical Department fH-DIVISION HM1 Schroder HM2 Reynaga HM3 Fugua HM3 Webster SA Cruz HN Dorego to xecutive epartment This department is made up of YN's, PN's, and PC's. The Yeomen KYND are in charge of officers' records and executive correspondence. Every day they are tasked with putting out a Plan of the Day CPODD. The Personnel men CPNJ work in the Personnel Office. These men are in charge of keeping the records of all enlisted men up to date. This office handles leave papers, TAD orders, and a "million" other items. You can find this department by looking for people up to their necks in paperwork. The Chaplain's RP iReligious Program Specialistl is also attached to the Admin Depart- ment. Besides their administrative functions these sailors are phone talkers during unreps and vertreps. Needless to say, these men know what a long day consists of. ' Navy Counselor QNCJ MHSfef'ai'A'mS Personnelman lMAl fPNl if' Postal Clerk fPCl Yeoman CYND MA1 E. Aleandro BM1 N. Ball PN1 D. Dierdorff IO1 D. Hodge GMG1 A. MCCay MM1 1. Prier MS2 R. Hebert BM2 fSWD 1. Riley RP3 M. Harris PC3 K. Harvey YN3 D. Hatt YNSN M. Arguelles SN D. Cich SN D. Colter PNSN Crist SN R. Giller PNSN S. Marcum SN S. Montague Executive Divi ion wwf' fr" fx me vm 6. .. 2- 5. I if my ll! 'ffl' 19 'M if Where's mx relief? perations Department The Operations Department is made up of OE, OW, OM, Ol, and OC divisions. OE division is manned by ET's. The Electronic Technicians repair, and maintain both the communications and the navigational equipment. OW division is manned by Electronic Warfare Specialists. The EW's operate and maintain WABASH's SLQ 32 equipment. ln OM division we have both Eire Technicians CFTMJ for the maintenance of our Sea Sparrow Missle System and Fire Technicians CFTGD who operate and maintain our Close In Weapon's System. The OS's lOperation's Specialistsl man Ol Division. Ol Division, working in CIC, collects and dessiminates essential information of an operational nature. In OC Division WABASH has the Radio Men lRM'sD and the Signalman KSM or "Sigs"7. Obviously, the RM's operate all radio gear. The SM's are in charge of all visual communication devices which include flags, semifores, and lights. 'k 'f L 8' Electronics . . . Electronic Techmman lE-rl Warfare Fire Control Technician QEWQ Technician CFTJ . I Signalman QSMJ g2 .... Nw Radioman QRMJ Operations Specialist COS? RM1 Bean SMT Briggs RM1 Burris SM1 Francis RM1 Hogan SM2 Jentzen RM3 Graves RM3 Gunther RM3 jay RMSN Crimp SMSA Earp RMSN Givens SMSA Hager SMSN Heffernan RMSN Laye RMSN Sowards SN Thodile RMSN Wilkins RMSA Williams ET1 Martin ET2 Smith ET3 Caragio ET3 Faint ET3 Hennis ET3 McGee SMSA Parker O52 Span-th U52 Cook O51 McFann O52 Plants OSSN Butler QSSN Carlyle OSSN Foster OSSN Fuller OSSN Liddle GSSN Whitfield OSSN Windham FTG2 Alexander FTG2 Derden FTCFI Heineman FTG2 Kearney FTM2 Rice FTM3 Smith EVV2 MCClintlC EWSN Alford EWSN Ladney EWSA Saldler X x w 1 ' 'Q P, ' Q N S X A A X g SX R145 T I Q X Q4 ax -I Sx X, 5 x N swxwy X 0 v X , N W, X X X x X i N S ,N X X X .QM i -a ff f Q X X S, X I M v X " Q X Q w f ' - 1 f N , " 1' Ia ' Q X gx K X 8 X X X v X ' QS ,, f f f 1 I I Q4 ,Q Q at I' : A+ My X XS-M ww L I B E R T x WN: , Y I QI X' 5 if I . .X N X QX H ,, , X 'I m i 5 ' Ai 'ii X- kk 'TN' ' I 1 Q ..,. v 'f x ' I STATION 12 "GRAYSON'S RAIDERSH f m X' X '4Wm,e ,,,, 1 ARE WE HAVING FUN YET? 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K NJ, 3 X4 Q .gal Q Aga 9 YOU NEED A "SHOWER" l'M GLAD SOMEONE'S HAVING FUN! 1 WK DO WOGS FORM A HERD OR A FLOCK? up ' ' W my E K V V -1:5 ggi wg l 'PN' ' fl. P. " mf ,W W N A - .:. .lgQ"g.g f ,uf ,J -' . X, . . F ' Us "Mm .sf 6, .' ix , N 5 ix .glib C A .. . ff. xx 52 .1 A Q. 'wg H. f , ,M V MARK , ,fy tif, 5' 3215 E . , fx , MW i , X . 'hw , ' 4 Ni- I' 97 I TIRED, MR. BUCHANAN? .Q If X I New ,. Q I if 1 - V. ffgl I 7 In ' . 4 fx , f 16 af' 'S OH, JOY" P , -W fm - f , YIM Q31 wif? 'Vu ' KITTY HAWK WOGS ENIOYING WABASH HOSPITALITY BQNZAI 98 s W JL, f xx wx X 'V 7 QNO ff a,ff...,g . , V I Q4 fl f 'ww Z , M I , 1 .4 f V f X f f' A My A f W n I v If if ' qw W f ff Z ? W f Wx ' Z X f 4 f hh ,W 49 VM f ,ff W f' W 44.44, f nf 'WV ff? f I I I ,Q XX X N QNX., 'N' xy .X ,nf MARINES ARE TOUGH? QFKQ Q 'Fi X - ix .SX , 3 Ns XXX . 'x wi. 'Q K Xmxk x, Q Nxx Ewwwaf Q 'GK R 'NSF L XX X H Q YE X Q X f i x- f . 9, ff A1 X A ,A x ,. A - C S- X 1,4 x xi QQS XXX .x QN ' A W - A X 5 , Q XS x Q -xx S xx sz v Xi., x S XS .S 31 X 45 Q 4 SN: , w X X POLLY WOGS E DIRTY SHELLBACK CLEAN SHELLBACK Nw.. Change Of Command july 15, 7984 We bid farewell to CAPT. GEORGE D. O'BRlEN, USN We welcome aboard CAPT. IAMES T. MATHENY, USN NX -.xx X . -it ,xx X ye QV ' M, MQ. kX.k xxxx V Holida Routin I i 3 ff' 4 1 BASH DASHER REIECTS DREAMINC OF HOME? nfl YOU CALL THIS HOLIDAY ROUTINE? .im K ,I 3 : K E 4, E k e F e ee K -., y 1 e're lu t Here For The eBe v A 3 " . k X N , ,vu 7 r . , A 17' ? f, m. I - ' "fu, ' XE M A my 4 x S , 5 . K wif ,, V 1 wx , 'M ,gm . x A M - fJ ,S X My Nr' .lar 1 I 3' , f f if O! 6 wn,,W,,f,f.M , f f f 'MLM Z I W fm ,,JZ4mMf , 2' Nx vs' If M ak Hoak Sho U50 In Th IO 77 5, V ,, V "F ff 4 ., ,- Q 7 'A , I, f I , ,5 F 'QL .Jin A 91 -iii! Inflidln I SINGERS?? 1 W! Z 0 M, wx Q ,A Jim N 'BYNKNNWW QW Nw I MISS LA AND FRIENDS , , by THE SEA-SICK KID .L Q1 hifi V Comin Hom Augu t 1, 1984 Port Goodoll T.l. Starboard The Golden Gate never looked so good A n t ' ' t' Home ill X-:L-'wG"" V 't LOVING A SAILOR Loving a sailor is not always gay. Loving him truely is a high price to pay. lt's being alone with nothing to hold, lt's being young, but feeling so old. lt's having him whisper his love for you, lt's whispering back you love him too. There comes a kiss and a promise for more, As his shi slowly glides away from the shore. Reluctantly, painfully, letting him go, While your dying inside from wanting him so. Watching him leave with eyes full of tears, Standing alone with your hopes, dreams and fears. lt's sending a letter with the stamp upside down, To a far away love in a far away town. lt's going to church to kneel and pray, And really meaning the things that you say. Being in love will foster your dreams, Of that far away sailor your mind fairly beams. Days go by, no mail for a spell, You wait for some word to hear that he's well. Then a letter arrives, and your given in, To open his letter and read it with a grin. Yes, e is well and misses you so, And filled with the love you wanted to know. Weeks are like months, and months are like years, You wait for the day when you'll have no more fears. Days go by slowly, how many have passed, Then suddenly you realize it's here at last. Yes, LOVING A SAILOR brings bitterness and fears, Loneliness, sadness, and despondent years. LOVING A SAILOR isn't much fun, But it's worth the price when the battle is won. And remember he's thinking of you everyday. He's sad and he's lonely while so far away. So love him and miss him and hold your head high, Be strong and have faith, wipe that tear from our eye. You man's a seafarer, like that old ancient tracler, lt's a high price you pay for LOVING A SAILOR. The ships schedule was hectic! Our deployment consisted of the following transits and port calls: Deploy Pearl Harbor Hi. Transit to Guam Guam Transit to Subic Bay R.P. Import Subic Bay Transit to Sasebo, japan Import Sasebo Transit to Ghinhae, S. Korea Import Ghinhae Transit to Subic Bay Import Subic Transit to Indian Ocean North Arabian Sea Indian OceanfMasirah Airhead Operations Transit to Fremantle, Aus. Import Fremantle Transit to Subic Bay Import Subic Transit to Guam Import Guam Transit to Pearl Harbor Import Pearl Harbor Transit to HOME Home in San Francisco Tiger Cruise - 25 july to I August 13 jan. 31 jan. 2 Feb. 13 Feb. 14 Feb. 18 Feb. 3 Mar. 15 Mar. - 'I9 Mar. 20 Mar. 20 Mar 30 Mar. 8 Apr. - 18 Apr. - 'I0 ,un. 22 ,un. 27 ,un. 5 Qul. 'I0 .ul. 14 ,ul. I5 ,ul. 23 Qul. 2 12 'I4 'I7 3 'I5 I9 20 20 30 8 'I8 I0 22 27 5 10 14 'I5 23 24 25 ,ul. I I August 1984 wma? !3Q.:'T' "R M' The figures are a tribute to a professional Crew the crew of the WABASH 258 41,269,000 10,578,000 2,785 338 832 2,440 2,022 2 500,000 47,000 plus CREDITS: The following crew members devoted their time and Contributed their photographs to make this book possible. 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