Yellowstone (AD 41) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1986

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Wallfred IS from Minneapolis, a Bachelor of Sc1enceDegree in CDR Wallfred graduated as a 'commissioned in Officers as Communications ' CDDg765J, After School, he was assigned Engiineerson USS JOHNAR. CRAIG as' Chief Engineer-A-,on board USS fLST'11i84j I ' ' ' e, and iFoir,i three, 'AveLa'rs, CDR'iWallfred taught students at the USL 'Naval Academyprior to his duties as the Main Propulsion'-Assistant on board USS LEXINGTON 'fAVT416D. I We I s Followingtwoyears on LEXINGTON, CDR Wallfred servedas an instructor at the Surface Warfare Officer School Command in,Newport, Rhode Island. After a tour in Norfolk, Virginia, as a member of the Readiness Support GroupfSteam Mobility Training Team, CDR Wallfred served as Assistant Chief Engineer Officer and Chief Engineer on,USS NASSAU CLHA-45 until June, 1985. , 1 I ' , A on september 29, 1985, the,YELLowsToNE Crew welcomed'CDR Wallfred on board as their new Executivei Officer. I l ,j I I ' , CDR'sWallfred7spersonal' awards include the Meritori- ous,Unit Citation, National'Defense Service Medal, Vietnam Campaign .Meda1-3 Stars, Vietnam Service Meda1Qand,jCombat Action Ribbon. , Commander'Wallfred andhis wife, the former Arlene Chambers, have two children, Matthew Bennett and Kimberly Sue .. l

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f r WW- VV V l .T-' ' V V V: Y.-. . , .V .V .V EV- V . V V :ff:-2':'::.:IE-2iisYE'E1F?.V:f'31:1 MESSAGE TO THE CREW r ' '. ' , , E ' .l I have seen old salts descend upon ancient warships clutching cruise books that they kept for a quarter century. They were eager to see how things had changed. And I ber a few years ago, how several "time capsules" were filled and placed in vaults in around the country with much publicity and ceremony. Such things as a copy of s Magazine, a campaign button, a copy of a newspaper, and coins were inserted into sealed chambers to rest for 100 years, then be openedby curious descendentson some occasion. These capsules will be like a letter from their ancestors to those who 0 the contents. They will provide tangible clues about life in the past. V fLike artifacts in a time capsule, events and faces are recorded in this cruise book. The is not intended to be a letter to be delivered in the distant future, but perhaps one 25-30 years down life's road. After the initial scanning, these books will wind a shelf somewhere to rest until that time. So, if you -are reading this in the year 2016. to youshipmate! Remember when we were in "the Med"? ' T book will always remind you that this was ia most successful and enjoyable cruise. the first Destroyer Tender toldeploy to the Mediterranean in five years, and we V our job magnificantly. We were a team, known as a friendly and very capable We worried about Khadafy, we went sightseeing, and we finally came home to completing as fine a cruise as any ship ever undertook. Hopefully, the good ship ONE will undertake many equally successful deployments, but none will ' the achievements of this cruise, and no crew will exceed this one, whose individual p collective effort, drive, skills and devotion to duty added up to excellence of a a rare With Warmest Regards, l NYE. s. L. TURNER CAPT USN R - g, .. xvliiu 5,-1. f 1 , 1 ' 1 ., f' lf 'Pr 1 ki" lk Ki ,. if V R, 1 ff - iv. ' ',.',l ,'1'?f'V'J:f f' ' ,il ,l l l l l L r ,. li i: l 1. 1 I EI Q . i '. 1 l w. l V l l r l 'l V5 fl F 1 r n 1 1 l l 1 V l f l l J l f I l I. I i . 'l l J i . l" 5 I ,, . r 3. , .1 , .41 XE Q.. 3 I



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--.1-ot-qe1e-qr,-g4vu-5-5-q-55f--1gew- , 71--?g g .aa,ai,.5.-..11p:+--- --- - -.1-1-..-.Ay--'-J -- ... , .- - , , IWWEM CDR I. B. B URNE TT JR CO MA MASTER CHIEF CHAPLAI Commander Ivan B. Burnett. Jr.. YELLOWSTONE's Chaplain. is a native of Meridian. Miss. His degrees include a B.A. in Psychology from Millsaps College at jackson. Miss., a Master of Divinity Degree from Yale University. and a Doctor of Ministry Degree from the School of Theology at Claremont: Claremont. Calif. Upon entering the Navy in 1973. Chaplain Burnett completed the Basic Course for Chaplains in Newport. Rhode Island. Subsequent tours of duty include Battalion Chaplain to the Marines at Camp Pendleton, Calif.. Senior Chaplain at NAVCAMS WESTPAC, Guam. Naval Hospital: Key West. Fla.. USS MISSISSIPPI CCGN-403. Pastoral Residency in Portsmouth, Va.. and COMNAVBASE, Norfolk. Va., as CREDO Asst. Director and later as Acting Director. He reported on board YELLOWSTONE on May 15. 1985. Chaplain Burnett has several personal awards and accomplishments. He has been decorated twice with the Navy Commendation Medal and is the author of several publications including one book and various magazine articles. In addition. he has been elected to the membership of the American Association of Pastoral Counselors: Board of Directors. Tidewater Mental Health Association. and the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. Chaplain Burnett is married to the former Joanne Evelyn Munsil. They have two sons. Daniel Clark and David Shaw. s YELLOWSTONE'S Command Master Chief. Master Chief Hull Technician john H. Lewis. hails from Martha's Vineyard Island. Massachusetts. Master Chief Lewis enlisted in the Navy in November. 1966, and attended basic training at the Recruit Training Center, Great Lakes, Ill. After receiving extensive technical training. Master Chief Lewis embarked on a naval career which would give him an impressive service record. Prior to his arrival on board YELLOWSTONE in February. 1985. He had served on nine other Navy ships: USS TALLADEGA IAPA-2081, USS EXCEL IMSO-4391, USS ENHANCE IMSO-4371, USS MOBILE ILKA-1 151, USS PENSACOLA ILSD-381, USS GRAND CANYON KAR-281, USS ROBERT H. MCCORD IDD-8221, USS FULTON IAS-111, and USS BOULDER ILST-11901. Over the past two decades of Naval Service, Master Chief Lewis has obtained the following qualifications: Enlisted Surface Warfare Special- ist, 3M Coordinator. General Damage Control Instructor. Repair Party Leader. Fire Marshall, Engineering Officer of theWatch, and Officer of the Deck Unportl. His special awards and accomplishments include the Navy Commenda- tion Medal. two Navy Achievement Medals. VietnamyService Medal wf four Bronze Stars, Vietnam Campaign Medal, National Defense Service Medal and several Letters of Appreciation Master Chief Lewis has one son. john Herbert Lewis. jr.. who resides in Martha's Vineyard Island. Mass. ' I ' 0 'f HTCM 1.1-1. LE WIS 7 ff' 5 ,,....., . - ...--1...u- - -A Q V fr-.QQQ4 5.1--H -ln, ..,...uw1..f , ,,,H,,-1,-A .-,,,,,,,- Q ,. . L., . -v-n.--- S, -- .... W-.v 1- '

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