Dixie (AD 14) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1970

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I If A f 5 . , - 2 L, " W ' ff Q A: , f ' , - iyfiffff, 1 T4 7 ,X " 'Dpi-' M5 ' ,ycff ff, X l 'W K , , f 2 ef 5 . , H M,,K,,,, X Vw., ,w,,,,W,,,k.,,,,.w W .,f, fAw4a-1-ww-fmW,.,WWMi o 1 , if 4, ..,,. -Q . ,f ix s 1. Q7 n 1 1 v r A -V. 1 r n . A 1 r n u L I L A I 1 1 - I , , A - n n n n i .p :A .nr ... .lp an la.. In -n H 4-L I-. kv 1 M 1 5 The following pictorial record of the 1969-1970 cruise of the USS DIXIE is dedicated to the officers and men, for their continued vvorlz and devotion to the taslz of keeping ships of the U. S. Seventh Fleet in a high state of readiness. No joh was too small or ship too large, from suppbf- ing parts, steam or technical assistance to the overhaul of major components of propulsion machinegf or the precise calibration of sensitive instruments. The crew of DIXIE fashioned an excellent record of success of which they can he justijqahbf proud. We must also mention the support which DIXIE received from the wives, families andfriends. By the many letters, pictures and the uncomplaining acceptance of the need for a Jiqeet deployed many miles from home, thqf have helped to keep morale high throughout the cruise , Ei n . n -xx NX 'SX ff. Q0 lil II August 1969 was not an ordlnary day for I5IO resldents of San D16gO It marked the beglnnmg of a SIX month separat1on As DIXIE moved away from the pler at a snalls pace to begln a I4 272 m1le round tr1p the major1ty of the crew and all of the dependents felt the 6 months would be an eternlty As 1t always does tlmes heallng qualltles lntervened and after a couple days of unsettled feellngs all hands got Wlth the rout1ne and cont1nued plannlng and preparlng themselves for the1r support m1ss1on 1n WESTPAC The first leg of the voyage culm1nated wlth a two day stop 1n beautlful balmy Hawa11 All hands took advantage of the short resplte at th1s enchantlng tourlst haven WIth1H an hour of moormg all the Navy Exchange rental cars were contracted f r as w ll a number of bus tours DIXIE was well represented 1n all areas of the lsland from Dlamond Head to Pearl Harbor The shutterbugs were out 1n force as were the golfers and shop ers Underway agaln on the 19th we set course for Sublc Bay PI Although I4 days of steamlng IS a long tlme any way you cut It no more pleasant seas could have been had even lf DIXIE had s1gned a contract Wlfh K1ng Neptune The water was smooth and blllowed 1n great flat swells The sky was cloudless and each noon hour and weekend the sun worshlppers worked on the1r tans The nlghts were clear as only the nlghts at sea can be w1th a large IH candescent moon hanglng 1n a chandeller of stars After I3 days the Mayon volcano appeared to starboard and we entered the azure waters of the San Bernadmo Stra1ts We cru1sed through the Stralts k1ck1ng up format1ons of flymg Hsh as we went The per1od of 2 September thru 3 November was spent 1n Sub1c Bay 1n busy support of our 7th Fleet un1ts from the V1et Nam area Many d1fHcult and pralseworthy accompllsh ments were attalned by a hard worklng crew In Splte of a busy schedule all hands supported our vlgorous athletlc program wh1ch was backed most actlvely by the new Commandlng Ofhcer Fapt Paul H Dallmann who came aboard 8 September 1n rellef of Captaln I F Renn Golf softball and bowhng were the pr1nc1ple sports but everythlng from go cartmg toskeet shootlng was avallable and enjoy d The Pearl of the Or1ent Hong Kong agaln played host to AD I4 th1S year and ln the process l1ghtened our collectlve pocketbooks by well over S100 000 U Sl The whole crew was 1n a state of contlnual motlon hopplng haggllng buylng tour1ng eatlng and yes tak1ng plctures After leav1ng Hong Kong wlth 1ts brlght l1ghts and warm cl1mate the arr1val 1n Yoko suka to fog drlzzle and cold w1nds was at first sllghtly dlsenchantlng The weather soon lmproved however and after the first few days nothmg but sunsh1ne prevalled Work cont1nued 'wlth as many as 5 sh1ps 1n the nest at one t1me Iaudatory evaluatlons recelved from TAV shlps concern1ng SCFVICC performed d1d much to sustaln DIXIEs can d reputatlon Excluslve of work DIXIE personnel found t1me too aga1n partlclpate 1n weekend tours hold a golf tournament w1n the Yokosuka Hol1day Fleet Bowllng Tournament place second and thlrd 1n the basket ball league and place second IH a plstol match agalnst the Yoko suka Seahawks and the USS OKI AHOMA CITY Most rewardlng of all however w sponsored a Chr1stmas party for the chlldren of Kofu Kodomoen Orphanage the home of our ward No11ko Sh1m1zu Norlko 1S now I4 years old and 1S a lovely glrl Thanks to generous contr1but1ons her endowment at the orphanage was lncreased and she has money for several more years sponsorshlp DIXIE departed Yokosuka 28 january and was seemlngly drlven eastward by fa1r w1nds a followlng sea and maybe even the thoughts of loved ones at home We were 1n fact at one tlme 20 hours ahead of schedule Of all the ports and countrles v1s1ted none however was as beautlful and as frlendly as the last one San D1CgO Callfornla I2 February 1970 HOME b ' - . . . , U l , 7 7 ' 0 , a a n 0 . , , . . , , 7 o, e, s a . .1 1 I . , . . ? 7 J . . , . 7 ' 7 7 ' . . . . 1 . . . , -I u 0 , . . , , - , 6 . cc ' 77 - '- ' 7 7 ' , . .. 7 S 7 7 7 7 7 7 . , - , . , , , . o Vp 0 o 0 ' Q . n Q n I Q QQ 37 ' O . 7 7 7 ' .J . 7 7 e 7 7 ' ' . 7 , ' - 7 7 7 7 . . . . 4 . , . .. , Captain John E. RENN, USN, COMMANDIN CFFICER 21 June 1968--I2 Sept 1969 Capt. John E. RENN reported aboard USS DIXIE from the Staff of CQMFIRSTFLT to serve as the 26th Commanding Officer. Upon being relieved he reported for duty as Com- manding Officer, U. S. Naval Communications Station, Honolulu, Havvaii. m z : '11 UZDPZZ I! n 'Z 1 if A' 1 E. v fu Wx COMM DI OFFICER I2 Sept to present Captain Paul H. Dallmann, USN, was born in Lewisville, Ohio on io june 1923. After spending one year at Southern Illinois University he enlisted in the Navy on 25 March, 1941 and served aboard USS CORRY CDD-4635 in the Atlantic in 1942, and the USS MURRAY QDD-5765 in the Pacific in 1943 and the first half of 1944. He attended De Pauw University in july 1944 and subsequently graduated from the University of Notre Dame in june 1946 with a Bachelor of Naval Science Degree and a Commission as an Ensign. Captain Dallmann served aboard the USS MC KEAN QDD- 7845, USS MERVINE QDMS-31D and the USS VALLEY FORGE QCVA-455. During these tours he served as Assistant Gunnery Officer, Gunnery Officer, ist. Division Officer, Fire Control Offi- cer, and Air Defense Officer. He also served as a Naval Gun- fire Liason Officer and Spotter with the 8TH Army in Japan and with Marine and Army units of the 1oTH Corps in Korea in 1950, Gunnery Instructor at the U. S. Fleet Gunnery School, San Diego, California, in the office of the Chief of Naval Operations as Assistant Head of Manpower Training Allocations nd Policy Unit, Staff DESRON 21 as Chief Staff and Squadron perations Officer, and Head of the Enlisted Distribution Control ection, Bureau of Naval Personnel. Captain Dallmann served s Commanding Officer of the USS HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CLST-827D and the USS WEDDERBURN QDD-6845. He reported 0 the DIXIE from U. S. Naval Support Activity, Danang, Re- "public of Vietnam, where he served as Assistant Chief of Staff or Operations. 29 tif'-' ? hx 7 'i"' 1 f V ' - wfamv . X , xb 'V S , ., V -- .,,.. , W ' M. " 2 Wh. ' 1 x. s . f M in 1 'S 5 4 4 ici -, capfan Haul H. DALLMANN, USN Captain Dallmann attended Post Graduate School, Monterey, California in 1953 and Stanford University in 1957-58, where he graduated with a Masters Degree in Personnel Management. He is a graduate of the Senior Command and Staff Course fMarine Corps Scoolb Quantico, Virginia 1962-63 and the In- dustrial College of the Armed Forces, Washington, D. C., 1967-68. Captain Dallmann has been awarded the Legion of Merit with Combat "V ", Navy Commendation Medal, Combat Action Ribbon, Vietnam Armed Forces Honor Medal First Class, Pres- idential Unit Citation with one star and the Navy Unit Com- mendation with one star. Among his campaign and service medals are the American Defense Medal, American Theater Medal, Asiatic-Pacific Theater Medal with four stars, European- Middle East Campaign Medal, World War II Victory Medal, National Defense Medal, Navy Occupation Service Medal with Asia Clasp, China Service Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Korean Service Medal with four stars and Marine Corps Combat Device for Naval Personnel, Republic of Korea Presi- dential Unit Citation, United Nations Medal, Vietnam Service Medal with three stars, and the Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal. Captain Dallmann assumend command of the USS DIXIE CAD-145 on I2 September, 1969 at Subic Bay, Republic of the Philippines. Captain Dallmann and his wife Mary reside in Point Loma, San Diego, California. They have three children, Paul 22, an Army Second Lieutenant, undergoing Ranger Training, Stephen 2o, a Combat Medic with the 173RD Airborne Brigade in Vietnam and Anne 15, a student at Point Loma High School. THE NEW CAPTAIN TAKES A LOOK THE XO PREPARES FUR G. Q. EXECUTI E DFPICER Lieutenant Commander Robert E. BAKER, USN, was born in Douglas, Georgia on September 13, 1932. He graduated from South Georgia junior College and attended the University of Georgia Law School. He entered the United States Naval Academy in june of 1952, and was commissioned Ensign upon graduation in june of 1956. Lieuuenant Commander BAKER,S first tour of duty after gradua- tion was aboard the USS CARPENTER QDDE-8255 as Navigator and Communications Officer. He served in the capacity of Staff Secretary of COMDESRON 25, where he was promoted to LTJG, on December 1, 1957, After a short tour as Eirst Lieutenant on the USS LOS ANGELES CCA'I35b, he was de tached to attend postgraduate educa- tion at the Naval Intelligence School in Washington, D. C. Upon graduation he was sent to Monrovia, Liberia, as assitant Naval Attache. In September of 1963 he assumed the position of Executive Officer of the USS PARLE QDE-7085, Wllffiflii' on july 1, 1965 he was promoted to his present rank of Lientenant Commander. Following a tour of shore duty with the Defense Intelligence Agency in Washington, D. C., He was assigned to the USS NEW JERSEY QBB-625, as First Lieutenant. In july of this year he was given the assignment of Executive Qfficer aboard DIXIE. Lieutenant Commander BAKER has been awarded the National Defense Ribbon, Combat Action Ribbon. Navy Unit Commendation Ribbon, Republic of Vietnam Campaign Ribbon, Vietuam Service Medal, the Navy-Marine Corps Expeditionary Medal and the Navy Commendation Medal with Combat NV". Lieutenant Commander BAKER, his wife Annice, and their two children, David four, and Emily one, reside in Los Alamitos, California. PECIAL D,I IT TIE W LCDR Robert E. BAKER, USN SSISTA LCDR K. 0. SCOTT, CHC, USN . . - . . 1 CHSHPCLK D. D. LEARNED, CAPTAINS OFFICE, SEATED, DONABEDIAN, R. L. PC3, MITCHELL, R. YN2 COLE, A. W. YNCS, COURTNY, J. P. PC2, RIPTON, J. L. YN3, STANDING, COTTER, G. R. SA, MCGHEE, R. L. YN3, TAYLOR, SN, PILAYO, J . L. SA. The Personnel Office processes men who are to be discharged, re-enlisted or advanced in rate, as Well as personnel accounting, issuance of ID cards and all service record entries. The Captains Office handles the ships' official and classified mail, maintain ofhcer service records and prepare the plan of the day. The Postal Clerks handle an average of 5,900 pounds of mail each month, in addition to selling stamps and money orders. The Master at Arms force provides assistance to the Officer of the Deck, and supervises all oiiicial gatherings. The Chaplins Office arranges for holy services for all faiths, liaison with charitable organizations, Works With the Red Cross during family hardships, and maintains the crews library. PERSONNEL oFF1cE, SEATED, LONGO, J. PN1, MooRE, D. M. PN1, DRESSER, D. PNcS cWo4 D.D. LEARNED, DE JESUS, M. PNl, WOODS, BE. PN3, STANDING, FISH, B. R. SA, MARLoW, L. D. SN, SCHMIDT, J. c. PN3, LILLE- Horr, T. G. PN3. N f 2 fy f NN i N. mf ww f X E W E , W f f 3 1 X J W f xN f X! XX g W W f X , X W 1 ff vw f a fn. Wfwiy I W f, V222 4. BACK ROW-LEFT TO RIGHT: R. FRANCO BM2 M. A. WAGNER DCO C. E. BUEHIER SFM2. FRONT ROW-LEFT TO RIGHT: D. E. COOPER MMI, A. DRIESBACH GMG1, R. A. WELLMAN STC, F. LITAVISH MRl L. A. NELSON SF. Q51 Viyuvw NWN f www f-f I Iliff, U M' f ' y , X ,f w yr X ff . 7 W . M -aww f Nivn.,,,,,A' .... f A K 4: M Q mv' LCDR C. L. PEDERSON The Primary mission of Dixieis-' Repair Department is repair of destroyers, however, they are capable of effecting many repairs to other types of ship's, especially during deployments overseas. To accomplish their mission, the de- partment is sub-divided into 5 divisions, each specializing in specific areas of repair. Dixie's Repair Department is capable of almost any type of repair needed by a destroyer except dry docking and jobs requiring heavy rigging for accomplishment. The Repair Office processes approximately 1,ooo work requests per month for accomplishment by the various shops. These work requests are varied in the number and size of the items to be repaired. Items as small as a needle and as large as a gun mount are frequently encountered and accomplished through the professionalism and inguinuity of the various rates and ratings Within the department. " CAN DO" is the motto and spirit of Dixie's Repair Department and they live up to it. REPAIR OFFICE BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: LOPEZ W. I. YN 1, KELLEY D. P. SN, HOFFMAN J. D. DMZ, BARKER G. R. DM3, BOEHMER K. S. SN. FRONT ROVV LEFT TO RIGHT: SPIESMAN P. J. SFC, BAILEY J. H. LCDR, PEDERSON C. L. LCDR NICHOLSON N. M. STCM, STEVENS C. M. MRC. R-I DIVISION OFFICE FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: FLOWERS I. M. DC3, CWO R. E. CATTS, LAUSE I. I. DCCS. BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: PIBURN J. E. SFM2, MATTINGLY P. P. SFI, PRICE M. C. SFP2. CARPENDER SHOP BACK ROVV LEFT TO RIG: JONES R. I. FN, KEMP R. C. DCI, FELIBERTY M. A. DC2 HALLENGREN G. A. DC2, ANDERSON L. J. DCFN, SCHLUTER C. H. DC3, WHYDE B. P. DCFA. FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: MCJUNKIN F. D. DCFA, JONES I. J. DC3, SMITH R. E. DC2, FOSTER R. G. DC3 HALLENGREN G. J. DC2, ROUSH K. D. FN, LEAMY N. J. DC2, DUARTE T. W. DCFN. PIPE SHOP LEFT TO RIGHT BACK ROW: DIX W. E. FN, UPLINGER J. D. FAI ROE M. I. SFP3, OWENS I. D. SFP2, REYNOLDS S. F. SFM2, SPARNICHT W. G. FN, BARKER J. A. SFM3, WEST I. E. SFM2, PARSON V. L. FN, LOCKARD J. H. SFP2, MELIN E. S. FN FRONT ROVV LEFT TO RIGHT: PAYNE J. C., SFM2, HARLAN H. N. SFI, NELSON '1. A. SFI, BRAZZLE H. D. SFC, JENSEN? R. P. SFC, STANPHILL H. D. SFI, KING O. A. SFI, SAYLOR H.E. SFI. 5 I I 2. Y SHEETMETAL SHOP BACK ROVV LEFT TO RIGHT: ALLOCCA R. P. SFM3, VAUGHT R. S. FN, DEY R. R. SFMFN, STERNER R. L. SFM3, JACOBS J. W. SFP2, DUMKE I. C. FN, GARTMANN I. J. SFM3, FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT, SEARCY E. R. SFM3, HATCHER T. S. SFM2, BUELER C. E. SFM2, WATSON W. B. SFC, SMITH C. E. DCCS, SELF B. J. SFI, WHITT J. D. FAI, HIENKEL I. J. SFM3. I Wi . . ew 'T J , . f I S 'bf ,f -A f ,ff 5 ' 1 ' ,X sz f .' X .X f SAIL LOFT 8zDIVDRS BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: ISIDORE G. I. SA, KAHLER P. R. BM3, CREECH G. VV. BM3, BROWN EM3 DIVER, STIGLER J. K. SN, FOILES W. E. BM3. FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: BARTOE R. E. DCFN DIVER, MONTAQUE A. A. MMI DIVER, DEETJEN D. G. QMI DIVER, OLSON L. A. BMI, BAYER R. I. EM2 DIVER, MARSH R. A. EM3 DIVER. PATTERN SHOP LEFT TO RIGHT: HARRISON B D. FN, MCCOMICK I. F. PM3, GREENE G. E. PM2 RENWICK R. E. PM3, ROBBINS D. FN, MUNIAK L FN, ANDERSON C. E. FN. SHIPFITTER SHOP BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: FERGUSON G. I. SFM3, COLLINS S. T. SFP2, GREENVV OOD E. L. SFM2, CROVV M. C. SFM2, HARRIS I. FA, KERKHOF J. P. SFP2, WRIGHT M. E. SFP2, PERKOVICH W, M. SFM3, KNORR R. A. SFM3. FRONT ROW LEFT TO RICHT: DUNTON D. E. STM2, GILKEY VV. L. FN, SLATER D. R. FN, KUMP J. R. SFC, GONZALES E. C. SFC, PATTON T. H. SFP3, JENNINGS W. P. FN, O'BRIEN W. I. SFM3. 1 R-2 OFFICE BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: STROUD O. L. YNSN, BUSS E. D. EN, TILLY M. W. MR3, TALBERT R. F. MR2. FRONT ROW: JONES R. E. BTCM, T. C. LAWRENCE CWO4, SWINDLER M. A. TMRCS, BAKER B. D. MRC. M X h X' va ff Q33 f " w ,....-g OUTSIDE REPAIR BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: BROWER R. J. FA, HEINONEN R. J. FA, MCCAULEY M. H. MM2, TURNER R. L. MM3. FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: HILL H. G. MM2, COOPER D. E. MMI, CRUISE R. E. MMC, GRIFFITH G. L. MR2, MACHINE SHOP BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: STROUD A. V. MRFN, SEAMANDS E. E. MRFN, JOHNSON IR. MR3, STRANG W. D. MRFN, HOLZAPFEL V. D. MRFN, STOUT H. K. MRFN, TOSH J. S. MR3, ERNCE W. R. MR3, CLINE M. B. MRFN HENRY Cjrb W. J. FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: HARRISON M. V. MR2, THOMAS B. L. MR2, BAKER B. D. MRC, SWINDLER M. A. MRCS, FLEMING R. W. MR2, CARLSON G. I. MR2. FOUNDRY BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: MCDONALD D. L. ML3, SOLOMON C. I. FN, AUDETTE F. T. ML3, PRINGLE W. D. FN. FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: LUHMAN M. W. MLI, TOMEK F. E. MIC, MORGAN F. MLI. MACHINE SHOP BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: HENRY W. J. FN, WILLIAMSON W. C. MR3, CANO M. FN, MCPETERS K. W. MR2, FOLLSTAD K. P. MR3, SIMON R. M. MR3, ZANDER M. I. MR3, BREAUX S. I. MRFN, PUVOGEL I. C. MR3, MOORE L. D. MR3, HEBERT W. E. MR2. FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: TRACEY A. M. MRI, JENKINS E. A. MRI, BAKER B. D. MRC, SWLNDLER M. A. MRCS, EVENSON H. A. MRI, LEAL D. N. MR2. ! VALVE SHOP BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: CURRY S. E. FN, HYDE L. E. FA, GREMMEL S. M. FA. FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: JUDD J. C. MM3, KORZEC R. D. MM2, PUTNAM- D. A' MMC, MORIN M. D. MM2. BOILER SHOP BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT. GOSCH R. A. ET3, EATON T. D. FN, WHEELER G. R. ET3, KOVAES R. G. FA, SILLIMAN G. H. ET3. FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT. SOLOMON D. D. ET2, CLARK H. R. BRCS, LANCE H. G. BRC, EURRAGE S. D. BTC, SCHWARTZ W. G. ER1, FOSTER D. E. BTI. W W . '1'.'f'. . .a...,'.f . . . ,ww ,-.,.V.,.... gis BACK ROVV-LEFT TO RIGHT: MENDEZ S. J. EM3, SWAN A. C. EN, MARKT I. M. EM3 A GARDNER G. R. EMEN, BENZIN I. L. EM3, PROCTOR K. D. EM3, WINCHELL K. C. EM3 . 7 LIVINGSTON R. C. EM3, MORTON L. W. EMFN, HESSADAL K. L. EM2, HAMLIN R. E. EM3 3 LOVAAS K. P. EM3, YOUNG L. R. EMFN, WICKSTROM J. C. EM3, WILLIAMS G. L. EM3. FRONT ROW-LEFT TO RIGHT: SMITH T. V. EM2, DeGRAZIA R. E. EMI, FEY J. A. EMCS, . LCDR, JOHNSON T. F. MILLER R. L. EM2, MANTR. A. EM2. I ! gfnwx, lll11!1u 1 u:u,,l ixxllng 1 NNE . j T fd 'wg Q VUNCHE l I 15' ,4- W M Q 9. C ,II Ig I E1 u 3 mb U I Q A Q I , - ' N A ' ' ,M O il t Oo- QAM la F,i I ! , L-.J ., -. 3 X406 2 INF, GYRO REPAIR SHOP BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: EGESDAL O. J. IC3, BROWNRIDGE W. C. IC3, CAINE M. A. ICFN, DILLIE D. R. FN, PEYREG-NE H. E. IC3, ROSSETT J. ICFN, KYLE I. M. IC3, ANDREWS G. W. IC3, RUSSELL R. IC3. FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: TAYLOR L. 0. 102, RUNKLE R. F. ICI, GRISSOM W. R. 1005, LCDR T. F. JOHNSON, OLSEN R. F. 102, FLOYD L. 102. SHOP 67B BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: HULSE D. J. ETR2, GEIL G. C. ETR2. FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: SMITH W. L. ETR3, HOFMANN L. H. ETCM, SHENK D. W. ETR2. .MQ ' we R-4 DIVISION 67A ET SHOP BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: LOPEZ G. ETRSN, PASQUALETTO R. S. ETN2, BAMMAN G. A. ETR2, SMITH T. R. SN, WESTRUP B. T. ETN3, WINTERS R. L. ET3, PALUMBO W. P. SN, HOPE R. R. ETN3, JONES W. G. ETR3, PALMER P. C. ETR3, COLE T. ETN3. FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: ALDRIDGE RTC. ET1, LINSCHIED W. E. ET1, MCGUIRE R. E. ET1, CWO M. J. CLAY, HOFMANN L. R. ETCM, BECKER R. E. RM1. Cl CWO2 F. G. REED FIRE CONTROL SHOP BACK ROW-LEFT TO RIGHT: FT's ST,s GM,s, HOOD T. H. GMSN, KUSAK L. I. SN, BRADSHAW E. M. SN, ROBINSON J. A. STG2, NORTH R. F. SN, SUTTON V. E. STG2, IERNIGAN J. V. FTG2, HOUSE D. E. FTG3, BLAKELY L. E. STG2. FRONT ROW-LEFT TO RIGHT: MATSON D. L. STI, STYLES J. R. GMGC, NICHOLSON N. M. STCM, BALDINO S. M. FTCS, MCCORMACK I. L. GMGI. XX-,Vx W W ff? my f f A, A, PRINT SHOP BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: RANDINO A. J. LI3, CONRAD A. J. LI3, COLEMAN L. T. SA. FRONT ROW LEFT EOCRIIGEEIDT: SWAIN C. C. LII, FRISOLONE TYPE, MIRCS, WATCH, BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: IM's, THOMPSON J. E. SN, LIUZZA P. N. SN, REX G. S. IM2, COATES J. A. IM3, BOWERS A. L. IM2, O'BRIEN I. L. IM3. FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: MILLER J. E. IM2 .I 'ff GOODWIN H. L. IM2, DE MOSS R. M. IMC, STEM D. L. IMI. O M OPTICAL SHOP BACK ROW-LEFT TO RIGHT: PHILLIPS C. R OM3, HENRY M. J. OM3, DETERS R. OMSN, WILKENSON M. ! OM2, DESILVA D.W. OM3. FRONT ROW: BELLAMY S.C. OM2, ' MATTHEWS R. W. OM2, WEST OMC, ROLFE OM2. I xsff I U, ll tw PH2 R A TAYLOR PH2 T V BORCHERS 3 I I L .,,, . n , .f 1 Al rl I Qu! il? A E1! C, Qi Ia QQ ' 255 :QV-'S'?F3fEE.-Q-If-'TFEQ-fE.QEfIf'fi'f2'.' 1' Q - .gjggg.,.- awwmwff 4 W if, T99 Za MW' Nix, N l funk? V R Y'g f 1 if W U .X mwmm I IL CDR R. H. oRRAHooD, qncp USN The dental departmet facilities includes 4. modern dental operatories, a prosthetic laboratory, X-ray room and an administration oflice manned by 4 officers and 9 dental technicans. The mission of the dental department is to rovide the hi hest standards of dental care and treatment for officers and enlisted men of Dixie and vessels P 8 bein tended reventin and controllin dental diseases and su ervisin oral h ene. The olic of dixie's dental S , P S 8 P g Yg P Y department, as reflected in its high TAV evaluations, has been to demonstrate a willingness to perform our mission and contribute our share towards the standards of excellence that Dixie's reputation is built upon. DENTAL BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: TENBERG J. E. DN, REIMERS D. L. DT2, BIBY S. C. DT3, BOOKOUT J. E. DT2, HILL J. W. DN, POE T. A. DT3, DAVIS G. L. DT3. FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: LT R. W. BURKEY, LCDR F. S. BRYANT, COD R. H. ORRAHOOD, LT R. E. LAMB, ROMANO A. L. DTC. 'Z' ff" X W! ,f ! K . I ii TT H. L. PARLETTE, qMc5 USNR Dixie's medical department 'Sis assigned the task of maintaining and repairing the ultimate in complex machinery: the human body. Caring for active duty personnel in the fleet has unique points, such as the first major operation on board in go months, an appendectomy, underway from Pearl Harbor to Subic Bay. An average month in sick bay would consist of approximately 700 outpatient visits, 9oo prescriptions filled, I5O X-rays taken, go physical examinations performed, 140 limited services Csanitary inspections, pesticide spraying, etcb performed and zo minor or major surgical procedures performed. The duty section may expect to be consulted approximately I5 times between the hours of I60O and o8oo on any given day. The personnel of sick bay, I officer in charge and IO medical corpsmen, are quick to realize the responsibility placed upon them. Confidently working within their realm of competence they are well aware that there are no federal stock numbers for eyes, fingers or lungs. MEDICAL BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: LEGGETT M. D. HN, BAIRD B. I. HM3, SCHULTZ R. M. HM2, KENNINGTON C. W. HM2, BERRY A. W. SN, KUHN J. R. HM3, FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: POST D. C. HM2, BARTLETT D. E. HM1, LT H. L. PARLETTE 111, TREANOR A. A. HMCS, FOX R. A. HM2. LTJG J. M. JOHNSTON The mission of the Operations and Navigation Department is to collect, evaluate, and disseminate combat and operations information required for the assigned task of the ship, to provide Intelligence, Aerological and external communications service, and to provide safe and effective navigation and piloting of the ship. The tasks of the O 81 N Department include the planning, scheduling and coordination of the shipg the continual and accu- rate plotting of the ship's course and positiong recommending courses to be steeredg and the procurement and maintenance of navigational charts, publications and equipment. The Quartermasters assist the Navigator in plotting the ship's course and position underway and are responsi- ble for recording all significant events in the Ship's Deck Log. The Signalmen send messages by flashing light, semaphore and flaghoist, render passing honors to other ships and boats, and are responsible for the proper display of ensigns and personal flags during salutes and national honors. The Radarmen collect, display and evaluate tacti- cal and combat information needed for the efficient fighting and navigation of the ship. The Radioman handle exterior electrical communications and perform this vital function 24. hours a day, in port and at sea. BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: INDERRIEDEN I. W. SN, DAULTON A. T. SN, MININGER J. B. SN, BRUCHER L. P. CYN3, LORRAIN M. L. SN. FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: BRADLEY R. C. YN3, HALL W. R. YNC FOGERLUND P. E. YN2. l 1 BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: FROEHLICH G. K. SN, ESTES S. E. RD3, DYER J. J. RD3, PARKS E. D. RD3, ROER S. B. SN. FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: MUNSON D. E. RD2, AYDELOTT C. R. QM2, PELLETT T. D. LTIG, BROWN RICHARDSON FB. A. QM. I I 1 1 1 BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: HILL L. L. SMSM, GENTILE G. D. SM3, GAYLETS R. E. SN, MUNCH G. L. SN, MC LAUGHLIN D. E. RM3, MORBY D. M. RMSA, SEARS R. B. SMSN. FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: TURNIPSEED L. J. RM2, VANDEVENTAR R. D. SMI, WEHUNT R. D. ENS, COBB W. F SMC BELTRIMINI R J SM2 w 4 I , Y 1 ' ...-..........-..... -,. tix . QAQ wi al llulflullnil-:ii X X iw i X 1 his WWWWM ff' M-:fi M fww X 1 f f Q, A f WI Wfwgfg 1 f Q. ,V ,Z 3 A,-vw. LT L. J. LAKE a Dixie's engineeriing department provides technical assistance to ships the 7th fleet and maintain and operate DiXie's internal engineering system. The auxiliary division, consisting of enginemen and machinist mates, test various internal parts such as injectors and fuel pumps and maintain the ship's refrigeration and heating syetem for food storage and comfort. The electricians and internal communications of the electrical division operate and maintain the main switch board and provide electrical power for the Dixie and tended ships as Well as provide maltenance for ships' intercom systems and gyros. The repair divisions' shipfitters and damage controlmen provide all types of sheetmetal Work and Welding as well as carpentrey Work on boats and assist in the area of damage control. The boiler division operates the ships' 4. boilers, provide steam for the generators and main engines and for tended ships and operate a test laboratory for tests on oil for viscosity, sediment and other foreign chemicals. The machinery division operates the main engines, generators and control the evaporators which convert salt Water to fresh Water at the rate of 96,000 gallons daily. A GANG BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: STEFANIK I. I. FN, CUNNINGHAM R W. EN2, SECKMAN J. A. FN, FRY G. R. EN3, HELBERG J. D. FN, HALLSTEIN H. W. EN2, KRAATZ D. S. FN, BOHAC W. J. FN, BIRKMEIR C I. FN, BRAMER C. M. FN, LITTLEFIELD E. H. FN, MONSEAU D. E. FN. FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: SAUCIER R. L. MM2, HUDSON I. C. ENI, CHRISTENSEN T. E. ENC, RUTLEDGE C. D. MMC, SNYDER T. L. EN 1, SULLIVAN G. F. MMI. B DIVISION BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: NAGEL D. BT2, HADDOX H. FN, COURTNEY J. BT3, DOWNING R. FN. FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: HASTEN W. BT2, STRANGER J. BTC. B DIVISION BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: HASTEN W. BT2, SLUSS H. FA, FRIZZELL B. FN, EDWARDS H. FN, COURTNEY J. BT3, SPEECE T. FA, HADDOX H. FN, FLEMING K. BT3, TURNER M. FA, BENDILY J. FN, BENJAMIN J. FN, KANIA C. BTFA, EAST B. FA. FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: EHRHARD G. BT3, COLLINS J. BT2, STRANGER J. BTC, BREVVER N. LTJG, GILCHRIST D. BT1, MQCARVILLE L. BT3. BACK ROW-LEFT TO RIGHT: HULING R. BTFN, HALL T. SA, ADAMS D. FA, RICHARDSON A. FN, DOWNING R. FN, SHILNEY T. FA, WOOTEN G. FN, BAIZE J. BT3. FRONT ROW-LEFT TO RIGHT: FINN W. BT3, RACKLEY B. BT3, JOHNSON L. BTC, LTIG D. MILLER, NAGFL D. BT2, SMITH W. BT 3. I E-DIVISION BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT. STROUD QWQ4 L. R. BURDYSHAW J. A. 111 IC2, LOWERY W. G. EM1, LIMON E. R. FN. Q"l11 uxx? ,'IllIl I Ulilllll Cxmlln? FRONT ROW LEFT RIGHT: SHAFFER P. A. IC2, MESSER R. P. I FN, GROATHOUSE J. R. EM3, REITHMILLER R. EM2, BUSH R. A. EM3. ' FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: ALLSBROOKE G., IC3, MERRILL W. E. EM3, EDLUND D. J. EM2, JUNG R. B. EM3, FARLEY M. EM3, CRUMBLEY R. F. FN. BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: STRICKLAND R. FN, SCHAFFRAN S FA BILLS G FN MILLIKIN F. FN, CLARKE L. SA, BIGGS L FA FRONT ROW-LEFT TO RIGHT: LANGLEY R. MM3, HERNANDEZ S MMCS CSSQ, ANNETT I. MMI, STRINGER V. FN. BACK ROW-LEFT TO RIGHT: BRILLIANTE L. MM3, THOMAS W. FN, SIMMONS K. FN, BALLEW R. FN, WAKEMAN L. MMFN, DAY M. MM2, KELLY D. FN, BRUDER I. FN, MCDONNELL I. FN, OBRZUT J. MM3, YOUNG R. FN. FRONT ROW-LEFT TO RIGHT: LAURITSON N. MM3, KUPFER R. MM2, LTJG, D. MILLER, HERNANDEZ S. MMCSCSSD, RAMSEY I. MM2, BEHOVNEK A. MM3. l R RDTVTSTGN SHIPS COMPANY SHIP EITTERS BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: WELLS E. A. FN, PATTON D. A. FN, RGZTER L. A. FN, BOTTJE D. A. SEM:-3, WHINERY R. FN, ALBRECHT W. K. SEM3, PASQUARIELLO E.T. SFP3. FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: SELBY E. G. SFP3, PETERSON J. L. SFI, BECHAM W. A. SEC, CAPPIELLO G. M. SEP2. LTJG 0- F- SCUTT R-DIVISION SHIPS COMPANY DAMAGE CONTROLMAN BACK ROW LEFT RIGHT: BRAXTON N. SN, MOHLER M. K. YN3, POLOSKI I. P. DC3, CHAMPAGNE W. DCFN, RUSNAK R. R. FN, TRZOP J. G. DCFA, SIMPSON E. W. FN, NOLTE R. SN, PLATT L. H. FRONT ROW LEFT RIGHT: CHARTER D. O. DC2, WAKEFIELD G. E. DC2, MULLINS W. C. DCC, LARAMEE R. H. DCCM, NORTON C. Z. DCI, WILLIAMS R. J. DC2. W vm- Q Q zwm 7 f f? Vi qu. Hifi' 4 rf ff, xffm. W, W Zxy gunman MEM Xu gm! f M J 4 CH. BOSUN W. D. HUGHES FIRST LIEUTENANT G. R. HOLGRAM BMCS W. G. BAILEY BMC ND DIVISION OFFICER FIRST DIVISION OFFICER ,jg Z. z If , I 'I !-S 'IE 5.232 s pg 5 fb . E 3 i S 1 i 3 A W I 513 3 . . 5 A! Q5 'v' i y gf L S 4, A X wflh I f - A S 3 S r l ff'-V N i f ,f 'Q 1 55 r ',f'f4 . 4 d '- ,V ' ',A, ,X M ' ' ' ,,. M 2' , .X ffl! QQ E - M" 5 Milf Q , ' V X Q , , , k 1, I F " , 4 fxxffx Wf Q f 1 ,W 1 X ,WNW f -f fffym EE 151 31 H E35 '1 6 :JI 'V Y. 1: 1 5 3 E . 2 F 2 'e 1 if , I 3. 5 f QI 1 0 f l 3 I 1 3 t W, 1 ' f ffizg is if 1 if if ff' ' H ' sf ' , vw vx 1 , 'V ,. . ,gig avff' 2 9 f QM? ZXQKQ ' , 72. ,nan .,,,.,.. 3 JW! 4, ' 1' Z , E yan Q f WSI 'f 1 'X mm.M QM gli fi! ,Q fg! S if S ff 1 N' V, - ZQ " - QNX? Qwyf :Q www ? S ' .. 1 Y . 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GALVEZ CSCD USN K Supply department is the " silent partner" in the Dixie organization. In performing the role of providing logistic support, supply department personnel handle the daily service functions needed to support a community of 850 crew- members-payroll, food service, clothing, laundry and dry cleaning, barber shop, tailor shop, soda fountain and retail store. In addition, in support of Dixie's primary mission for repair to other vessels and for its own maintenance requirements, the supply department carries approximately 55,000 line items of consumables, industrial, and technical repair parts valued at nearly 32,000,000 throughout 38 storerooms. "Dixieburgers", famous throughout the fleet, are served nightly by supply department cooks to Dixie and tended ship personnel. S-1 OFFICE PERSONNEL BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: BURTON D. F. SK3, GARRETSON G. W. SKSN, CARTER D. A. SK3, BURTON W. L. SK2, HARKER L. SKSN, WALLS R. D. SK2, MESSNER T. A. SK3. FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: NOONAN R. F. SK2, CH. FISHER C. R. SKC, CH. ROBERTS W. H. SKC, CH. PIGG KE. E. SKCM, PULLER F. D. SKI. WW- "wQ,,,,-N LT P. M. WETHINGTON S-I ASSEMBLY STOREROOM BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: CLARK I. D. SA, COHEN B. I. SKSN, KRUM K. E. SA, LICKTEIG F. G. SN, HUDSON T. SN, KRUSELL G. B. SN, SCHUSTER K. A. SKSN, CASSON R. D. SN, FONG W. Y. SKSN, SMITH C. E. SN, HODGES W. M. SN. FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: SMITH L. N. SK3, HIGGINS S. P. SK3, TYSON J. R. SK2, LOCKHART A. L. SKI, CH. HARMON, W. B. SK3, DEL ROSARIO L. R. SKI, LEE I. H. SK3. S-2 COMMISSARYMAN BACK ROVV LEFT TO RIGHT: SALBORO E. SN, CAMPBELL D. R. SN, NELSON P. M. CS-3, SAMPSON W. B. SN, MARTIN D. L. SN, TUALLA S. T. TN, FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT, LAMBERT M. J. CS-3, BARNHOLTH D. A. CS-2, LTIG T. L. PARKER, HEUN C. A. CSI, FOLEY F. B. CS-3. U P P L I S-2 COMMISSARYMAN BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: RAROQUE S. R. TN, ENRILE L. N. TN, CLEAVER M. SN, LACAS W. J. SN, WYNES T. A. CS3, YOUNGBLOOD D. B. SK3, SHERGALIS D. L. SN, SORIANO I. P. TN. FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: TALMADGE L. N. CS-2, CORBETT C. H. CS-I, CH. HEINZ D. N. CSCS, ETHRIDGE W. G. CSI, GRONOWSKI R. L. CSI. .4 ...nn-. .:.,.-,-.-.,.-L .-1-J, ' ,...,..,.-., -,,. ,f,.4...,.-...f - ...,,,'-P --v-Afnluu...-,-1 -- 1 . A 4 , 41,1 ,vf...f,--1' I-"mx--W'I'-1.-,.v,K-tn.-.5.. H,-....-14.1. .,.,,1-,..,,,.,...,,--L... .,.... In I W .v ' e N 4 s A Xfff .f -. V. , V 4 5 fm gi X if X' ,ff X, - A .-'91 fp ? 5? Q 5 C ' Y' 3 1 1, fm xv-1 5 2 Qs A m K wildly , ,,, Q N. D f A 1, M I ,f 2 5 H 6 f A T , V Wi. Y x f i ,Q -if in 45 K X , ,XV I ,W nl g 'X 2 ' ' gd, a E , 3 X f lw ' BACK ROW-LEFT T O RIGHT : BOWERS F.T. SN, NASH I. R. W0 W- E. BIDINGER SN, SMEAL D. R. SHSN. FRONT ROW-LEFT TO RIGHT: CARRIEN J. L. SH3, NUGENT A. A. SH3, FREIEDRICKS J. H. SH2, LOCKHART J. E. SH3, MARSHALL W. L. SN. BACK-LEFT TO RIGHT: ALEX G. SN, MYERS A. SN, GRITMAN R. SN, REED J. SN, GAINEY S. SA, HERMAN T. SA. FRONT ROW LEFT TO , RIGHT: PORTER R. SN, SWARINGAM A. SN, JOSEPH C. SH3, HUGLE L. SH2, SIMMONS D. SH2, FAATOALIA P. SH2. S-4 DISBURSING BACK ROW-LEFT TO RIGHT FRONT ROW-LEFT TO RIGHT: CLEMENS R L DK3, LTJG PARKER T. L. CH. REYES R. L. DKC I N MALONEY W. N. DK3, BRANDT D. L. DK3i -QL-"'U"UCj I U1 w 2 I S-5 STFVVARDS BACK RDVV LEFT TO RIGHT: DAVID S. B., ARNALDO C. B., VALDFLLDN FILI A. S., BARTOLOME R., VIRTUDSI0 V. V., DAVID N. B., FARRALES C. N., NONAILLADA R. R. FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT. GONZALVO R. M., SAMANIFGO I. O., RANCHEZ B. C., LT F. M. VVFTHINGTDN, SORIANO V. D., BSTFBAN V. C., PASCUA B. A. 3 S-5 STEWARDS BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: BIAGTAS M. A. TN GATPANDAN P. A. SD2, FEDERICO R. P. TN, BORJA E. R. TN MEKEEL F. D. TN, RUIZ E. D. TN, POBLETE L. R. TN, FUENTES L V. SD3, FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT- CABAN . . AYAN F. C. SD2, LIMSON H. T. SD2, BASMAYOR R. A. SD1, CH. SHEARS N. JR. SDC, DEL ROSARIO E. C. SDI, SUMERA B. H. SD1, ACUNA E. D. SD2. 5 1 ,Mi Q., .. A A ' BACKIHlNfRONILEFT7NDIUGHT: COMFORT L.L D81 YENTES R. D. DP3, DQROSE D. A. DPSN, CASON R. C. DS3, MAHAFFEY C. R. DPSN. SLATER.J.Tf DPSN,lMYERS KQFL DP1 CDUWD A.NI DPSA. FRONTfHNNlEFTxTOIUGHT: PALMER1AILIIB,hHCHAEUXEJK.R DPL LTK3QlNUlf5D.WF,GRANT'G.E DPL URAN'Gll DS2 HW" we , Wu 6,45 W' wwf! If To err is human To really soul things up takes it Computer. P ,1fzf""" 1 1-4 5 12: , if 4 Q .,i - ,MZ :lg 2 P NE! V ! , l N wil 1 ii N 'M 3 if Q, 1 :xii A L- if T 1 fees 4 ia! 1 'I . . 1 i1 5 3 I FT LCDR W. R. BRANDON Weapons department consists of approximately go men in three divisions, dealing with the repair, overhaul, test, storage and issue of anti-submarine Warfare weapons, means of delivery, records and equipment and training. The department spends over 6,ooo manhours per month throughout the year in both home and foreign ports providing ASW services to units of Cruiser-Destroyer Force, Pacific Fleet. W-1 division consists of men in the gunners' mate and torpedoman rates who are responsible for the anti-submarine rocket QASROCD and related components. W-2 division consists of the departmental yeoman and men in the torpedoman rate who are responsible for all phases of ASVV torpedoes and related equipment. W-3 division consists of men in the avionics and mechanic rates of naval air and is involved with the un-manned radio-controlled drone anti-submarine helicopter QDASI-ID and its support equipment. VV-I DIVISION BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: MANION T. M. SN, FALLOON H. N. SA, CRADDOCK K. L. GMT2, LEBRET A. M. SA, KRIS J. S. SN. FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: WOODARD J. L. TM2, HOLLOWAY T. H. GMT1, HENDERSON R. T. TMC, KIDWELL H. E. TMI, WALLACE GMT2, LANDER E. W. TM2. R. M. azz A RM? LT. G. E. HILLEMAN W-2 DIVISION CONTINUED BACK ROW-LEFT TO RIGHT: ATWOOD R. L., TMI, VAUGHN D. D. TM2, ESPARZA R. A. TM3, RIPTON W. F. SN, LITTLE C. TMI, DAHLQUIST T. H. SN, HATS G. T. SA, STUART W. B. TMI, CHATMAN W. H. TMI, KELLY M. I. TM3, DOLLINGER K. R. YN3, MONTOYA R. P. TMSN, NOVOTNY L. M. TM3, MCINTYRE J. M. TMSN. FRONT ROW: COPES W. I. TMI, RIVERA T. 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