La Salle (AGF 3) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1978

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Teddy Roosevelt was in the White House - the first American president to take an active part in international affairs. And' the Navy was his tool in projecting American power and prestige abroad. The cruise of the Great White Fleet was to have tangible diplomatic and technical results. Its visit to Japan helped maintain the status quo in the Pacific, and provided recognition of the United States as a world power. Being at sea for fourteen months and steaming 46,000 miles proved that the fleet could travel long distances without serious problems. Returning home ' via the Suez Canal, the Great White Fleet reached Hampton - Roads on February 22,1909. On that same date 55 years later, the USS LA SALLE was commissioned as an amphibious transport dock. Her trademarks: mobility, flexibility and versatility. In 1972 she was converted to a command ship for her new role as flagship for Commander Middle East Force, who maintains diplomatic relations with governmental representatives in the area. LA SALLE's sides were painted white to reflect the heat of the Mideast climate. l We're the men who ride LA SALLE, Hull AGF dash threeg Proud sister tothe Great White Fleet, She knows her way at sea. Our Mideast neighbors know her well When she pulls into sight For she's the last of those great ships Whose sides are painted white. The Corpsman he has all the cures - His job's to heal the sick. When sick call's passed he's always there To fix you up - but quick. And he is the man to see to get your purple pills. For we all know Mombasa ls no place to catch the chills. Disbursing is the place to go When you want to draw some payg They'lI sit right down and figure it, 'They'll compute it - day for day. Then they'll hand you what is due you - lt's not that much, of course. Oh, perhaps you haye forgotteng You're still dragging that dead horse. Now it's time for shore patrol So you'd better bear a handg Just drop on by the gun shack For your stick and black arm band. Your duty day is underway, You're not off 'til eight bells. But tomorrow's your turn on the beach ln the beautiful Seychelles. Bos'un's Mates, are often called Deck apes . . . but they ain't. You see, there's much more to their rate than Hauling chains and chipping paint. All through the night they keep us safe As Iookouts while at seag And without their skills once we make port Ashore we'd never be. , "Flight quarters! Flight quarters!" The One-MC does bark All hands man their flight stations Be it morning, noon or dark. The mission might be Med4Evac Or, this time, Snoopy,Teamg But, rest assured, the crew is set As the rotors spin and scream. The Quartermasters on the bridge They all do their part. They're the ones who plot our course And know it all by heart. The Navigator takes a fix, And works a little sum. Then he shouts, "We're te Bahrain here we come!" Z n miles out Fleams and reams of paper Come thru Admin without failg And the postal line is quickly formed Once our ship has gotten mail. The Personnelman's ,furrowed brow Gains a wrinkle lyou can bet 1 When, in troubled dreams, he hears the cry, "You mean my orders ain't in yet? The Engineers are standing by To bring us up to speed. They'll shut down the shower bath And turn it into feed. You ring up three turns faster, And LA SALLE ahead she jumps For we're bound for Djibouti - Just watch out for the bumps! The plotting board in CIC Shows contacts from our tracking, As war games with our allies Give us knowledge we've been lacking. Down time for our radar Or our SATCOM gear could spell Disaster - but, no fear of thatg ETS know their job too well. On the starboard bridge wing The Signalman does standg His flashing light puts out the word He's talking with his hand. Radio Central receives and sends ln beeps both long and shortg This message concerns MIDLINK - Karachi's our next port. Special liberty in port Demands a nod from the Exec Without it you will nevei make lt past the quarterdeffkk Get a chit and ifill itoutg He'll sign it if he caan, But leave's outj of the question - We may be headed for Iran. The Master-at-Arms, the DCA, The boat coxswains, toog The shhfs cooks,thejack o'the And the rest of the crew, Will be right behind the Skipper Though we're ordered into hell We all know, if ordered there, He'lI answer, "Very well!" dust 5 Table of Contents Mission and History Commander Middle East Force Commanding Officer - Executive Officer Chief of Staff Commander Middle East Force Staff Administration Air Helo Det CNE Communications Deck Engineering Medical Supply Operations Navigation Ship's Evolutions Shellback Day Ports of Call Activities USS LA SALLE QAGF-31 Mission and History V USS LA SALLE QAGF-3i is the flagship for Commander Middle East Force and is permanently deployed in the Middle East operating area to promote goodwill, understanding, mutual respect and acceptance between Americans and the people of countries visited by the ship. The ship has steamed over 370,000 miles paying visits to ports in the Arabian Gulf, Red Sea, to the east coast of Africa and numerous small islands in the Indian Ocean. A LA SALLE has been privileged to receive kings, sultans, amirs and numerous heads of state from both foreign countries and the United States. ln addition, the ship has hosted thousands of visitors from local communities in her theater of operations. Commissioned an amphibious transport dock at the New York Naval Shipyard on 22 February 1964, the LA SALLE was assigned to the Atlantic Fleet Amphibious Force as a force flagship. In early 1972 LA SALLE refitted to flagship configuration in Portsmouth, Virginia, Naval Shipyard. In July 1972 LA SALLE replaced USS VALCOUR as flagship for COMIDEASTFOR and has operated in the Arabian Gulf and throughout the Middle East area until the present time. LA SALLE is a proud ship which has recorded several historical FIRSTS: On 19 May 1969 LA SALLE made naval aviation history by landing and launching the first operational VSTOL aircraft from her flight deck in evaluation tests for the Navy. On 3 November 1966 LA SALLE recovered the Gemini Two spacecraft capsule near Ascension Island. Overall Length ............... ...... 5 21 feet Extreme Breadth .............. ............ 8 4 feet Full Load Displacement ....... ....... 1 3,890 tons Number of Anchors .......... .......................... t wo Weight of Anchors ........ .................................... 2 2,500 pounds Speed ................... ................................. M ore than 20 knots Armament ............ ..... F our Twin 3"l50 Caliber Gun Mounts Air Department ....... ................... ' .......... O ne SH-3 Helicopter Q i l l l l l 1 l l i 1 1 -.........J ff ' ' if Lr, . 'wikwfzf "-' emdm f'Y ,,,' ,V .ifv ' - ' 4 .d e 'iv' f m .i m :" if X V f, m.2b. A. m,,A A ,dd .1:1z d ef f e Commander Middle East Force Rear Admiral Samuel H. Packer 'lin Rear Admiral Samuel H. Packer attended Dartmouth College, and graduated from Tufts University in 1945, at which time he was commissioned. He served in USS DENNIS J. BUCKLEY and USS E-PCE lRl 852 prior to attending submarine school. He then served in USS SEAOWL, USS CERO, USS REMORA, USS SIRAGO, and commanded USS HARDER. He commanded Submarine Division FIFTY-THREE and Submarine Development Group ONE and has served on the Staff of Commander Submarine Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet, Commander Submarine Force, U.S. Pacific Fleet, Commander in Chief, U.S. Naval Forces Europeg and Commander U.S. Military Assistance Command Vietnam. His most recent assignments have been with the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, and the Joint Staff, Organization of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Rear Admiral Packer commenced his present assignment as Commander, Middle East Force in July 1977. He is a graduate of the Naval War College and has a Master of Arts Degree in International Affairs from George Washington University. He is married to the former Miss Peggy Rebhun of Cincinnati, Ohio, and they have five children. Q' 4::"w t,,,,, .755 5 X f, 96"-11,61 , ' -1. X, if ,fy ' , Commanding Officer Robert D. Buzzard,Jr Captain Robert D. Buzzard, Jr. was born in Springfield, Oregon on 12 June 1933. He is a native of Erie, Pennsylvania, and graduated from Erie Academy High School in 1951. He attended Yale University and was awarded a Bachelor of Science Degree in June 1955. He was commissioned an Ensign upon graduation through the NROTC program. Captain Buzzard served-as a gunnery officer on USS COLUMBUS QCA-741 until he departed to attend submarine school. He subsequently served on USS REQUIN QSS 4811 as Engineer and Navigator until February 1961 when he was assigned to the staff of COMSUBDIV 62 as Division Engineer. From February 1962 until July 1964, he was assigned to the Special Projects Office in Washington, D. C. as Administrative Assistant to the Director. He was then assigned to the USS BARBEL CSS 5801 as Operations Officer and Navigator until November 1965 and then to USS ALBACORE QAGSS 5691 as Executive Officer until May 1968. Captain Buzzard served as Commanding Officer of USS SIRAGO CSS 4851 from May 1968 until April 1970. He was then assigned to the' Bureau of Naval Personnel in the Enlisted Assignment Division until June 1972 after which he attended the U.S. Army War College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania until July 1973. During this tour he also attended Pennsylvania State University and was awarded a Master of Administration degree. From August 1973 until October 1975 he was Executive Officer of USS CANOPUS CAS-341 stationed in Holy Loch, Scotland. From November 1975 until December 1977, he was Division Director of the Manning Requirements Division, Bureau of Naval Personnel, Washington, D.C. ' On March 15 Captain Buzzard assumed command of USS LA SALLE QAGF-31, Commander Middle East Force Flagship. During his Naval career, Captain Buzzard has been awarded the Meritorious Service Medal, the Navy Commendation Medal with gold star in lieu of a second award, the Meritorious Unit Commendation and a Battle MEN. I Captain Buzzard is married to the former Donna Lee Driggs of Erie, Pennsylvania. They have four children: Tara, Robin, Robert, and Dawn. The family presently resides in Fairfax County, Virginia. 5 Y Q ' f fi?-E ff, , ,,'f:-IM: ww ' - W C J sf C """-'va4,, ,Y ,EQ f S+ Q QQ ziqfzf,-A Q yvi,f.,',. - We 1.9253 .gc ' F X X e 2 e Q ,X ,W 4, .,:'Z6"' X , , ,,., . ., ,.,, 27 f"Z? , al , Q I, ', 25.51, A. f ' ,5 v.'zf-i'fZf,.- A - -ay, . e ee e N., .,A 45,529 L7 f fn , . Executive Gfficer Leroy K Brock QZJQYW : ,, ,.-Hz 9' ,vvgkz '-'f ef , e fl-' 'ff' 'ZW51 my is-,f-z W6-P www fwemf ,-:zesmw 6 Acting Chief of Staff Cdr. Manuel A. Hallier Sept. - Nov. Chief of Staff Through Sept. Capt. Thomas J. Burke lHe was medically evacuated on 8 Sept. 19781 1 . i..,! X Nff'-ii,.,,,, H 'J' ' I U 1 R 41' if! M! 'rf' '. Aw I fy' Chiefof Staff, CMEF Captain Eugene J. Erner Captain Eugene J. Erner was born 28 June 1932 in East Dubuque, Illinois. He entered the Navy in June of 1950, and advanced to AT1 before entering the Integration Program from which he was commissioned an Ensign on 15 August 1956. CAPT Erner has served aboard USS. BRUSH QDD 7451, then served with Commander Destroyer Squadron NINE. He was officer-in-charge Mobile Electronic Technical Unit THREE, then served aboard USS WILKINSON QDL Sjghe then was officer-in-charge of USS ALVIN C. COCKRELL QDE 3661. CAPT Erner was then Advisor to the Deputy Fleet Commander, Vietnamese Navy. He became Executive Officer of USS BLACK QDD 666j, and later graduated from the Naval Postgraduate School. In March 1972 CAPT Erner took command of USS PERKINS KDD 9771 and then became Commanding Officer of USS FLOYD B. PARKS QDD 8841. He earned a M.A. from the Air War College, then became Commanding Officer, Naw Recruiting District, Kansas City, MO. After serving on the Staff of Commander Carrier Group THREE, CAPT Erner reported to CMEF as Chief of Staff. CAPT Erner is married to the former Miss Gerrie Dalbeck of Raymond, Washington, and they have four daughters. I CDR James M. Eglin CDR Manuel S. Hallier LCDR James L. Jarvis X K5 ii.. .,., a s L . f s if ootsti Q . . ss'a , s,sssa essa Lggpiroiiiracy f-a . ' . 1.aas X S Loon Jack T. FE 9 " Lysaker . ' Until I . LT John S. Luethcke :mit Q Middle East Force Staff Established 1 January 1949, Middle East Force is the only permanently assigned U. S. military force in the Indian Ocean area. COMIDEASTFOR shared base facilities in Bahrain with the British until 1971, when their forces were withdrawn from the area. Since that time the U. S. Navy has maintained only a small Administrative Support Unit on a portion of the former British base at Jufair, Bahrain. This facility serves as a logistical link and provides necessary support to ' COMIDEASTFOB -and ships assigned throughout the area. Middle East Force normally consists of three ships, including the assigned flagship USS LA SALLE QAGF-33 and two Atlantic Fleet destroyers or frigates which change periodically. While assigned to MIDEASTFOB, Atlantic units are away from homeport without repair or major upkeep services for approximately six months. Also included in Middle East Force assets are a C-131 Flag aircraft and two helicopters, one aboard USS LA SALLE and another in one of the other ships. MIDEASTFOR plans and conducts goodwill visits within the Middle East Force operational area. MIDEASTFOR also maintains liaison with U. S. diplomatic representatives and governments and armed services of coastal nations. LTCOL Albert H. Phillips, USMC LCDR Patrick Madden ENS Richard J. Humenuck LT Curtis J. Ellison LT Evan D. Robinson LTJG David K. Shimp ' 1 ,,,f1, , ,f W-wa 1 . .:f,.,,.,, l i WGBH' ---P "" sun-,..f W lol V! 'min in rii W x4:, n f I a s ' f Q i i .1" 'APP A i X i ,I 75? 6 r SEBISRHY IRI! -KES? lil Fliiliiiiiliiik AREA NG CTOC Micheal Westvold CT11 Gordon Sellars CTR2 David Crovel CTA2 Louis Mondelli CTR2 Richard Schafer CT12 Leonard Stiles CTO3 Phillip Gray CTO3 Dale Morgan CTl3 Chris Pariseau IS1 A. Hagen JO1 Timothy Lewis V RIVI1 Bruce' Mayhue PN1 Anthony Plummer 'ii' i ,J u.g45h if . , 'M X ui. YN1 Harold Yannacci RM2 Dwight Johnson YNSN Rich L Gandarilla X MSSN Alejandro s Tiierina ' "fr if il'i .ad 5 nl 4 1 SKSA Pasquale Guido Administration . X xy, , y K , Q Kgs'-A 'X X wiv' F X ' ww' ,, . K . f X X K X K , ,f X x , ,K , A , f - . 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Merrion ENC Robert Anderson 1 1 EW f: Wx ' i , YNC Michael Cross PNC Frank White The Administrative Department is more .than reams of paper and copies of orders. The "right arm" of the Executive Officer, "X" Division is responsible for: maintaining officer and enlisted service records and official directives and correspondenceg processing incoming and outgoing mailg counseling on advancements, discharges and reenlistmentsg the ship's police force, coordinating and evaluating the ship's 3-M systemg printing and editing the daily newspaper, . POD and Familygramg providing radio and TV programming, and repairing office equipment. The service ratings found within "X" Division are as diverse as the jobs performed: They range from YN to EN, PN. to MN, Ll to IM, and JO to MA. , ,.....mn1L YN2 Clifford Nelson YN3 Carl M5 at H N -147 4 . fa ' f 2:11 " 363, ' s r J? Hanlin YNSN Donald Hammond YNSN Doug Johnson PN3 Timothy Brooks SN Theodore Forbes PNSN Richard King ' ,.,, , N PNC White fills in BMC Fischer on status ofADeck Department personnel. ' Q YN3 Hanlin types yesterday's news today for tomorrow's POD. Q I MN1 Billy Stoner YN3 Thomas Halfaker IM1 Kim Young WWE, 1 H . 1 2 i MN1 Stoner assists shipmate in ordering correspondence courses for advancement. During a break from his 3-M chores, IM1 Young conducts PMS on one of the ship's many typewriters. Postal clerks dig in to another load of inbound mail LISN Byers on watch in TV control. LISN Michael Byers SN Francisco Lanni SN Larry Raleigh SA Van Gainer' SA Bruce Johnson Aboard LA SALLE, the printed word is in the hands of Ll2 Jackson. ' Air Department ,ff f W' '1 M,.75,, ft K When Flight Quarters are sounded, the Aviation Boatswain's Mates of "V" Division are ready. Launching or recovering the ship's helicopter, refueling or maintaining the flight deck, their job is to insure that the evolutions run smoothly. From the LSE to the rescue hotsuitmen, they are trained to handle every emergency that could come up during flight operations. ' LT George Lee 6 if ., -t ... . ff 1 Yr V.,., f Q 1 .I .. ff ' -'f" 531 Q 4 ffl A f f f fy " f ff, W f 6 A f ' Z f Q , 1 f ' ,mf XJ f ,af Z V f MW? an I ,ff Lt David Salvesen ABF1 John Healy ABH1 David P ABH3 R O AN Dan eck andall Iney iel Goicohea AN R. Griffin ABFAN ASMAN ABHAN ASEAN ABFAN ABHAN ABFAN ABFAN ABFAA AA Willi Kirk Harrington H. L. Aten Ill T. M. Hendricks T. G. Henschel Edward Parrish D.M. Sharrett J. C. Steffeck Gary Van Witzen James Parker am Brown AA Douglas Seaman ABFAA AA Loui Charles berg Wojciechowicz S Wroblewski AR L. D. 4 Corcoran Jr. I The officers and men of Helo Det One fly and maintain the SH-3G "Sea King" helicopter on board LA SALLE. The Det performs mail runs, search and rescue, personnel transfers, transporting,CMEF and his staff, Med-Evacs, surveillance operations and VERTBEPS of supplies and stores. During MIDLINK exercises in Karachi Pakistan the Sea King was involved in a search for lost divers while in the Seychelles aerial photography was done for the government The crew also assisted in salvage operations of a Qatar merchant ship in distress This was due in great part to the Det personnel s ability to keep the all weather dayfnight rescue capabilities of the helo intact "-W Helo Det One I ,".' , ,puzf 5 ,,g,, fy, Q , 9kf'7,53?i6" , Q Wy, .W 4 at . , K , ,,,,,.2 , ,J , L , , egg, 1-1' LT LT Jerome McCauley Victor Gazzolo LTM Connelly LTFZT Hilfer JI Helo Det One standing l r LT Eric Heublein LT Jerome McCauley AE2 Mark Looper AD1 John Barnes funidentifiedl AD3 Walter Ocamb AK2 Buzzy Jackson AZ2 John Ferrara AT3 Bryant Shields AMHAN Jay Buane AD3 Lewis Gabel PB3 Lance Lewis LT John Kistler kneeling ADC Boy Poston AD3 Bob Soles AMS1 Bob Springer ADAN Boy Toscano AMS3 John Cronk AE3 John Turnbow AT2 Mike Clausen LTJG Herb Kendalll , , S T frn,lii"fi , , , " " T T T is ,l,l I ' I f , f H , ,il iv. ,' ff ,Y 1 , . . - . A , . f x ' gk Egtff , Q7Qf,"L'f,,f ,'-.' 517' 79 "V' if of ef, is , as T " Q f lv , t 'A , ,, My 3 -:. .... , 0 'J N 4 2 4 -4 , Y fl' ' I U fi 114 , ,. J 5. ' i WTA I : , ' : , s s ,. , , 1. . , . 1 1 S 5 7 ' 1 s ' 9 ' ' s s ' V ,, ii in il I 1 , i i it it ii '4 ii i i i i i 1, it 1 i I i i i i i 1 a i, i i ' Q V i I Pi V, it - D Incoming mail for the crew. t f .ff X Daily maintenance keeps LA SALLE's helo airborne Burial at sea for uniform of short timer AE2 Looper ii Communications For any naval vessel to accomplish its mission it is mandatory that it be able to keep the communications channels between itself, higher authority and other members of operating forces open. The men of the Communications Department are divided into two groups of communicators - radiomen and signalmen. Rlvls rely on sophisticated electronics gear' SMs utilize visual forms of comm for inter ship messages 'WW' X f ,if ,f ld!! N .111 The ship s busiest window is radio central message center if V if ,,--A " 0" 1712 ,q LTJG John Nolan RMC Lawrence Downs RMCS R. M. McGehee RMC W. H. Erwin SMCS Fl. K. Hash 6 ."' ,, X . if , . Y' if . RM1 ..-- , J f - H -fff1p,.f-.p..,. g. W, Q, X 5 y fi Q 7 1 Q , E. 'Y ,gg ', rj f 7' 'J 1 ,i ,..,fV,?p,. 1. Qin 'asf' 1 We 4 ' le J. P. Kelly BM1 Bert Meyer RM1 T. M. Biely FlM1 Paul Steele RM2 John Burch RM2 J. B. Weaver CF-l Processing up to 100,000 messages a year, Radio Central is manned 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Through LA SALLE's satellite communications lSATCOMl link messages can be sent to or received from anywhere in the. world. In addition to their normal duties, radiomen perform two services which are great morale boosters for the crew. Class "EASY" messages can be sent just like telegrams, while the ship's MARS station enables' phone calls to be made home. RM3 M. D. Brown RM3 S C Callahan ,114 .I , .J RM3 Mike Dulong RM3 W. J. Hanson YJ u Division -wwf 6 i RM3 Mike Jordan RM3 Hector Neives -Lopez wgfd 2 ....,v,.,,.,, ,J , 1 2 V Q-all fr' ' I , i,. .N 5 RM3 Joseph Pietanza RM3 G. J. Shatraw RMS Randy Sherrad RM3 Steven Wrenn RMSN D. C. Semenske RMSN J. J. Feeney RMSN P. E. Deshazo RMSA Gabriel Muniz CS Division Despite the need for radio, visual signals offer the twin advantages of speed and security when using line-of-sight communications. Semaphor requires only two small hand-held flags, but a man can use only his arms. Flags and pennants are the most rapid means of visual signalling, there is a signal flag for each letter of the alphabet, each numeral from 0 to 9 and others with special uses. Both these methods can only be used in daylight. At night flashing light is used to spell out dot-and dash-messages. ' SM1 Steve , Blount SM1 J. E. Weeks SM2 Don Bradford SMSN P. J. Datrada SMSN K. A. Davis SMSN Henderson -dm fi SMSN Peter Lazlch SMSN Dave Meldrum SMSN E E Ojeda SMSN Fl A Parks SMSN Spicer s SMSA Todd Dooley l Inter-ship visual communications from signal bridge swim' 1 l.. ml . as .R 2 Q? 1 VN 2 I ..-My 2 rj: Deck Department The Boatswain's Mates of Deck Force maintain the ship's external LT Michael structure, its rigging, deck equipment Candalor and boats. The Gunner's Mates are in charge of weaponry. LTJG John ln port, the never-ending battle Mnnef against rust and corrosion means constant painting and preservation of the sides and deck. The on- and off- load of stores keeps the B8tA crane crew occupied. And the Self Defense Force trains continually. When entering or leaving port, Aggggg KW gp. 5 mooring stations are manned and the ENS Richard sea and anchor detail is set. Andrews Underway means manning watch ' lsii stations on the bridge, abandon ship sti ENS Charles and man ov rboar dr'Ils refuelin in ltgt Franklin e d I , g, personnel and cargo transfer, , amphibious operations and gunnery exercises. "D,--C p-My ' ".:-.- .4-..n..rJE'1.- BM2 BM3 BM3 BM3 BM3 BM3 Michael Moore Alvaro Bentancourt Carl Lacny Vinson ' McNab Benny Nelson Randall Stairs BMSN Mark Boling SN Anthony Dellaquila SN Charles De Santis SN Ralph Gorthey SN Lawrence - Harrison :fi -' f9:f1,ffJ zv"' -' ' is -ass f . .M X G' . . ' -V 4.1 .I - ,-ff, stacy f , fw.:5?Wffgpf7-1 ,- l. , 'f7es.f,g,,W - X ' I -gisfaf I Inf 1 ,I-fwMw.f .. Kgs. F av- x N' if X g lloo W,l. y ,ig l .sg V,.h-hV Eli:'gf.g. Arnl ,X 3 1, Ni. . . .krk V -,Z 5 Q ,V WP . A K7 gf . ,n w -2- sow V 4 X mai, 5 it ,gf f 'ywf , ,.Xfl Q, f- rg 9 547. gf lf, loo f A Y vi' X 5 X tr yi f Q f f .sv , X . af , lf 6 f I W9 was ,- - X 1 sg, Q. fl f f . f ,f lm- A . t . ,Q , f "ml , -summon, , 2 f. 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Q , f , 7 eff . -jf 2 9, , 4 J. 1 ...,.Q,g,,, 1 f f ZW l ff 0 gz JJ. f Below: First Division's boat deck crew in process First Division "Set the Special Sea and Anchor Detail" "B 81A Crew, V man your crane." "Set the Replenishment Detail." When any of those words are passed, the men of First Division are galvanized into action. Their areas of responsibility include the bosun's locker, sail locker, paint locker, forecastle, boat deck and B 8 A crane. Duties include running the Captain's gig and Officers' Motor Boat as well as the LCUs, operating the crane for refueling at sea, dropping and weighing anchor, plus cleaning and painting of the sides, sideports, fan rooms and all working spaces. of off-loading Captain's Gig. Facing Page: Engines warmed up, she's ready to go! F' if all -f ff ' a I Z 1 5 3 L L'w.NN Yagi 'J V H lgagi lbs . ,,,1 Za uf 6 f-'PB' W QF 1 2215.3 f 5 ": , 4.4 K , .mae A I . Q? I 5 , .: ' Daryl Johnson Abraham Marsach Wllllam McGuire Alphonso Mebane Robert Whlte Dana Baker Wllllam Blake Ernest Bradley Edward Ghirardl es Colman England Sans bury oe Woodfm .R wx, 'M H-4 ft Boating For Uncle Sam "Set the Ballast Detail," the 1MC barks, and things begin to happen in Lower Vehicle. Coxswains and boatswains are making last minute checks on their gear, and LA SALLE prepares to launch both her "Mike Six" boats. As the stern sinks into the water, boat crews crawl up ladders into their grey craft. The stern gate is lowered, and soon water begins to rush into the Well Deck. The water reaches the boats and they begin to ride on the waves. Engines are started, exhaust fumes fill the air, and the noise is deafening. Lines are drawn taut, holding the two boats in line until the word is given to back out. A whistle cuts through the din and boat crewmembers cast off lines. Engine throttles are shoved wide open and the box-shaped craft begin backing out of the ship. The two LCMs, emerge in the sun-drenched Arabian Gulf, ready to conduct routine training for coxswains. Learning the feel of a twin-screw boat is no easy chore, but the crews learn quickly. Soon, almost too soon, it is time to return to , LA SALLE and "routine" life at sea. 1 -l 'i f 1 X 5, l 'l .iq '12- LA SALLE Mike boats, lower left, cut a circle pattern next to the ship. Then they are "married" together, upper left, before entering the well deck, left. Boat crews take a break during ballast detail, below. A 1, l l ll l E . I I l l l l i BM1 Paul DuFrene BM2 Benjamin Keith BM3 Stephen Early BM3 Arnold Q Leimeister BM3 Derrick Molock r BM3 Bill Rannikko BMSN Jerome Cowart SN Michael Good SN Carlos Hyche B if , 2 33' Q W 'Q - :v,f Fi ' if , i My, 559 1 Mnfkf 5 Si 4' X5 AWhile many of the Boatswain's Mates' duties in both divisions are interchangeable, the men of Second work the Quarterdeck, Well Deck and Upper Vehicle storage areas. They rig the accommodation ladders and the highline, coxswain the LCM-6 boats and motor whale boat, handling personnel and cargo transfer as well as liberty launch duty when LA SALLE anchors out. A When gunnery exercises are held, they man the after gun mount, and several members form the Secondary Battery Team, training in the use of the M-60 machine gun. Second Division 'X S ll C. i ' me '-. L - 2 A g . 5' ,A 4 iii fy,::y, ,. 1 , V.. W, ...., .qi- S ,Aa z,pQ1g'fgfag:n.-ay. I , . - , f X , 4 Af K F , 3 Wa f i ,, i, , l 1 Qi l 'ii I Flefueling at sea demands vigilance by all hands ' Mark Leeper Richard Anderson Joseph Hunt Robert Gibbons C. L. Jones ' . Elston Kussler Donald Potter Darrell Fladden Paul Sneddon Michael Spisak Larry Williams Jeff Yturbe -' nec----w --rv ---'-- -f...-W- . . , . .-gp,-.-P . Y. 4 . - . 3 , , , ei YYWWA... . .. . ,L,,,.,,.,. .,,, . -,i..,,,,,,, me , "Air action port." "Load hoppers." "Commence fire." "Cease fire." "Bore reports." This terminology is familiar to the Gunner's Mates of Third Division who are responsible for everything from our main battery of 3"!5O caliber guns to the .45 caliber pistol. its sivisc stanley '. . 3 lr1 o'Brien GMGI Mike ' 'L ' . s v.'.sf V ,"fLx' GMG2 Dennis 23:5 ' Frith GMG3 Mark Fryer A i . i , GMGSN Scott ' Brewer GMGSN. Robert ' Brookins GMSN Robert Ryker GMGSA Patrick Carroll GMG2 Frith and GMGSA Carroll fire saluting battery as LA SALLE enters Muscat Harbour Engineering Department 4 egg fit" ,f ,T ' ,I i ' ' 1 t 0 - , 'Q-at M rf W t Q 2 f t A f E K 1' if p , ff f ' f y , 1 t dw k X755 f fb ' 11 EQ Af f , .f. ff K .X 1, 4 , ' J M . f f 58 4 1 ,f I f 1. 1 f s Q 5, 9 f 1 -4-ma y fl, A WY Y' I K I I 'gy I 9 tk D Z .. f, LT Jay D ENS Charles D CWO2 Charles E CWO2 Burt H Lose Kreldlnger Hughes Wells The AMBER dlvlslons of Englneerlng wlth thelr nerve center on the mann deck In DC Central produce the ship s propulslon electrlcal power fresh water alr condltlonlng and heat A Dlvlslon maintains and repalrs the auxllrary machinery M provldes moblllty electrlcuty and water B keeps the steam coming from the flre rooms E mamtalns all electrical and mterlor communlcatlons aboard and R looks after the shlp s hull pipes and vents Engineering s Influence IS felt throughout the shlp HT2 Bernhelmer shows newcomer the ropes of DC Central Watch 2? J Q ka :Riga H ,, . . . . . . . 1 . . , . , . , . . . . . H ,, . . . . . I , ul , I I I ll I I , as 77 , ' ' ,, as sv - - 1 1 . . . . . I H ,, 1 . , , . I . . , . . A ,C':':' : :nr K K .. NME., 43 ra' 1i11 A Division "A" Gang provides many of the services aboard ship that make life more comfortable. They heat the ship in winter and cool it in summerg they keep the food refrigerated and freshg they keep up the emergency diesel generators for light and power. In the Machine Shop parts are manufactured, from simple bolts to a fire pump main shaft. Their can-do spirit is expressed by the plaque on their door: "The difficult we do immediatelyg the impossible takes a little longer." The gear "A" Division is responsible for is as diverse as the B 81 A crane and the galley meat slicer, and is as distant as after steering and the anchor windlass. Water and shavings fly as MRFN Hare tools new pump shaft -, U Av I I Llv f f .. - , i T fil f T TT lvlnc John l sss lyg Thufman 5 f T .ll- fifffff MR? JHmeS tli. . . 5 ' fi' 'W' Bachand lifllil i 1 f y T. i'lii ff? MRFN James 11, T A .T . V Hare . -'lun ,ff I Z ,g to 6 if f: f , , f X' ily X fi X A .omg X if , Q vm ii? fx X , f, f 2 elf f ' JMJG' ,U I ,Wf,7,5y, , xp, VM, I If 1. fffg' L, ' efyf? 1 -V -4 . -Q ,Ms1.-2'.- 4 ' 'V 5, H, 1. .5 ' A5-fs' f f-gf,ff'.:4:f m Y-J'-1 " I 1 , I f , 1' we f 7 f yi f 5 , X, f, f 1 f 1 .. Lf-af.. 9? 5 NX 1 5 ft S f Z is X it ff' EN2 Neil - Annunziata EN2 Alexander Kowalyk EN2 Steven Sanderson EN3 Keith Baker img,- EN3 Jeff Martis ENFN Fredrick Bonner ENFA Paul Browne ENFA Thomas I Cathey FA M.A. Nealean ENFA Greg Schwartz ENFA Ken Wright ENFA Cathey disassembles pump in AIC 8 R Shop MMCS Fl. MM1 MM2 MM2 MM2 MM2 MM2 MM2 MM2 MM2 MM3 MM3 Pitts Clyde Yates Larry Arnold Frank Bullls Roger Cozart Jessie Fernandez Gallagher Louie Nerona Michael Turpin Noe Valdez Gene Haynes Joe Pittman M D :vision The men of "M" Division keep a vigil over the main engines, reduction gears and shaft. They control the flow of steam to the main engines for propulsion. They create the ship's water supply from two evaporators. The main electrical power for lights, radars, radio transmitters, ovens all come from the service generators. And "M" Division supplies the ' needed steam used in the ship's laundry, galleys, and other living and working spaces. sw' its 335515 ww, ll 3 1 fff f X L. .Z . . "" ,i" Q 1 3 T .V I 1, Z fhry V i V. A 1 gr V, , 21 , 411, ' 'lsr' , ,fm I f I K ' 1 , . ILQ, , , , A , l V .V.V In if ,ubv , I I I , ,, 3,322 if-:'.gf.:' ' ' ' , i ' f 5?7'p2fiifX'5 7323 'ff' x' 1 n . f ' ' , T -'.' Q 'ffl ' - D fl , , , ,. .,..,.,, X V, I, , ,,,,. 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'4 FO' O -YWQL-3 'LT ..Qg:.igW,e .. 1 .x. -,- .1 4,1411 fave- L' BTCM Francis' Carroll BTI John Shimack BT1 James Solley BT2 Romero Delos Reyes BT2 Claude Swartout BT2 Norman Vesik BT2 Dennis Wright BT3 Fred Grim BT3 John Keszler BT3 Joseph Willet BTFN Rene Almason BTFN James Bond Moving over to the Fireroom, you'll find the Boiler Technicians of "B" Division generating enough steam to supply power to a city of 75,000 people - all from two 600 PSI boilers. This power is used to propel the ship through the water at speeds in excess of 20 knots if needed. - .r.r , K K I 1. 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M ' K f .- v 371:12 '- r '71 1.1-6' -' 1- y 5 410' 4 ff lf X Q f ? 5 f W 3 , 5 5 gg? N5 ati fi iz C Aiwa 2 3 ' 'f .13 ,VV yy F pf b V 4. , 1 lr? - .5 1 .1 , L 7? H! ' . fi' . ' 1 4 2 Q . EM2 Jones on watch at H2 aft switchboard 'V p .. .2 1 T FA Timothy it Hopper EM FA Billy Samuels IC1 Ray b Bozant 1,14 '0x-ff.. if-wi T ' ' 'C1 Cleven 'T , IC2 Rich Z., ' -' 'wif ',' 5 x.' -ff -1,' ef f' V'-f' 'i iii Q X Urbach -'-' ' Y f . IC3 ROY by A T f ' A, ? Spargur is ' F '4 '03 Randy. l T Schneider 'CFN David 4' Alexan der ICFN Gilbert I ICFN Alexander and IC2 Urbach troubleshoot auxiliary gyro repeater T M8ftil'lGZ Two groups make up "E" Division: the Interior Communicationsmen and the Elec- tricians. Maintaining all electrical and interior communication equipment aboard ship, the EMs and lCmen are kept continually busy keeping the crew out of the dark and in touch with one another. The Electricians also safety check all personal electronic and electrical gear on a regular basis as preventive measures against electrical shock and fire hazards. They also maintain all alarm systems. N R Division The "R" of "AMBER" stands for Repair Division. The Hull Technicians are responsible for the maintenance of the ship's hull, piping and vent systems. Should the ship be in a collision, experience a helo crash, have a fire, or suffer flooding, damage control equipment and on scene leaders come from "R" Division. They also conduct the ship's Damage Control PQS training for the crew. 3 E HTC R. S. .ev A l Beard fig, ' . 'f T Q, HT1 Robert f Crandall ' ' 'T HT1 John Gevara Y ff f T, i . I ,," . ,K i HT2 nick 3 t,,t.i l H Bernheimer Q iii! .p.g - T2 Jimmy 5 1 ' r Dille in l f HT2 Stephen Klasing A HT3 T. Sargent HT3 Allen Weeks HTFN Cornelius Dekievit ,W .sf .f . . 5. T WA V'., V, fs, 0 , V In 5. I . T T , HTFN George "' ri..t 4 FN Robert ' "', ',,' . x"' Haggard . ,.'i, ,T I 'M ..r.V.. ' rvfl at " HTFN L. S. v Vli 1 is .TCT T - Hewitt I. ,Med X . .y.,, ffm .f.y., M A Eg ,tvs T T ' l 1 , I, HTS Sargent welds a pipe in force PAO office FN Lawrence McKka HTFN R.L. hMHer FN John Taucher HTFA J.A. Caldaronello HTFA Lamnence if Marcinkowski HTFA Thomas Mumpower ?xx.am1 ...Law .4......L.,L,. -..,........ L.. l l x 5 a I n i i . I l r l l 1 l 1 LT Thomas A. Blasco lMCl HM1 John Schuchart HM2 Lew Hubbert HM3 Kevin Dewald HN Steve Caskey LT Ralph M. Reavis lDCl DT1 Napoleon Velasquez DN Joel Miller Medical Department The Medical Department is composed of both medical and dental personnel: a surgeon, a dentist, four corpsmen and two dental technicians. Because LA SALLE is the only ship of the Mideast Force with x-ray and laboratory facilities, we assist the deployers whenever we meet. In addition, American personnel at various ports take advantage of our expertise. Other important services include sanitation inspections and pest control. if 4 L. ' 1 - 31 ' .57 L ...B N .545 -' 1 . s Vkrk E5 . I . ., af , I .il .'.':g . -fu f If f w 14, -, g,',- , f sz. 51.0.11 N ,ffg1,ff.- Q.. -',' 4. "," is V ,"' A 4 . ' 1955 ' fp, if 77 1' '? 3' f , . .1 ' ,, A tif f. J .l i 1 , 3f 1 rf -V -f 'f ' i WW g fax, ' 45, T 5 - f !'rV , M A , V D f, 1-ffl m7 f git T f' f 5 ,. kg!! w, , I S ' iU3 at .1, i Velasquez trains his "ray gun" on another victim Latest cure for impacted wisdom teeth Sculpting in ivory "Tell me if it hurts" - v ,,,,, , .X- , ,, . F, if .1 5... fa,-.-L: ' ' :-1g1:..g...- - ' 1,45 :11fv,gg1g-.. - ,,,..5,f.:.:.- 4- -4'-1-'J-'Q - --+L .-.--f-A -1 -- ..... 1. ,U Supply Department 15' pppp A-f" ppp o 1 1lpp S 1 W: 4 it f ,!--n lui: Y . Q . . Q ,,.., ,Q . A . if x """ Q 'Y 1 if LT Bruce A. ENS John O. ENS William B. Colvin Haima Sweetser Jr. S-1 Division 4f'F2 ' 1 t i,p., . ,. i,X. .2 it X4 ' " f2!i!1vff'E,fZI1'z1i V . . ,.0..,L,i. . . ,,.M:.4 Q'i ., 1 " 0-K 2 is ir .f f i p Z ,. R E at . Q2 I fi 23 W , V r r Y mmm fs 5, Ui' A v i 5 EL? i P i .'Sil'n 'i.V ViV,, ,S . A. Q fl ,.,p if g is f Y.5.E Xhuy ' s 1 . rw, 46 L f .-f, . f 1 K , IW:-0 f' -, f?,ifi5EE f 4' SKC Eugene Strickland SK1 Edwin . Anderson SK1 G. G. Baker SK1 Stephen Le Boeuf SK2 D. M. Black SK2 S. Lee A SKSN Grisson SA Craig Huff DK3 Ramon Antonio DK3 David Anglin SA Mark Morgan I ii n .Y M P 1 Y I '-4 S-3 Division , The Supply Department consists of four divisions: Stores!Disbursing iS-ll, Food Services iS-23, Ship Services QS-3l and Wardroom QS-5l. The Storekeepers of S-1 Division are responsible for ordering, receiving, storing and issuing all consumable items used by various departments. The Disbursing Clerks keep all pay records - computing leave and earning statements, liquidating travel claims, arranging advance pay and issuing and cancelling all allotments. ln addition, they are the money changers at most port calls, trading foreign currency for American dollars upon arrival, then turning those rupees, shillings, dirhams and dinar back into green backs the day before departure. And the rate of exchange is always the best we can get The Ship s Store stocks music photographic film tape players cameras jewelry ship s souvenirs and other non essentials in addition to the toiletries and sundries required for life aboard ship Also in S 3 Division are the laundry which cleans our clothes and linens two barber shops a must for inspections soda machines to balance our primary liquid staple of good old Navy java the Sales Office for ordering special items and Small Stores for replacing uniform items underwear and towels SHC Naulta SH1 Arthur Moro SH2 Andre Bascom SH3 James 4299 WSWWW VW Sa? N wllgllhm lfg Fabian ,gQi"'o S iimx SH3 Erwin Miller SHSN Barrett Arnold SN Samuel Hurst SHSN Boyd Laible SHSA Tony Esplnar SA Jeffery Pearson SHSA Nelson Thlbault 47 SK1 Florentino Victa SKSN Anthony MS1 MS1 MS3 MS3 MS3 Wentworth Danny Dizon C. F. Fulinara H. J. Capes D. R. Reeves Paul Schilles MSSN Stephen Barbarino MSSN D. L. King MSSA Ft. W. Boussie MSSA E. Garcia SA Mark Gubitose rx: ,Ep is 311- .pf-7: 1.. jfif. -V S-2 Division -1 IL -11151 'Wifi X5 it-'L4. Q:,fv -ww .M f i-4,1 X, 1 111:52-fri O fv.'.fp "r t-'riff-1' ff 1:1 - f - ,glzggg 'W 3 X P' 2 5 Q, Q s 4 X 5 M so It for at X 4 xr it xx 744 .Q A J-'gy ' 1 - ' ,MV li A f .1 g 'i'i -f1, Q 5 ,-"f 5-of ' ' 1. gs' -ixmzil R iQ' :i.,,A.r.,f ,I gf ',f,,.,,., . ,Wh X . .az 1 Q s N, x4 X X? f f 4 ff . ,f , ,M .ff , , i S-5 Division ,,.- Cf- '- m y 1 . . , MSC Fl. P. Saria MS1 L. S. Nuval MS2 R. S. Torres MS3 Baldwin MSSN Brad Baker MSSN John Miller MSSA M. A. Leto SA Fl. D. Williams Feeding a crew of nearly 500 hungry men is no easy chore. But S-2 Division manages to create well-balanced meals with enough variety in the menus to prevent culinary boredom. The memories of big holiday feasts back home are kept alive on board LA SALLE, as the Mess Management Specialists go all out to create an atmosphere appropriate to the occasion' - why we even had a huge cake in the shape of a pumpkin for Halloween! One of the important functions performed by the combined team of both S-2 and S-5's wardroom staff is the "Under the Awning" Affair. LA SALLE's mission of international diplomacy requires many social functions aboard ship. Not to be forgotten are the Cookouts on the flight deck when all hands relax. N1 f 4,-..uL..,.-Y ... . K - V LCDR Francis M. Swientek LTJG Robert H. Lang, Jr. ENS David E. Draper oE ET1 Frank Lane ET1 D. W. Settle ET2 J. B. Atkins ET2 Scott Borgert ETR2 Randy Cohen ET2 T. D. Greenling ET3 J. S. Baston ETN3 Robert Fjelsted ETR3 Mike Long ET3 W. S. Lundberg ET3 T. C. Waters Operations Department Q. I -'I g a ' 'iw ' ji F T Q ' ' .A ,.Ws' .11 . ' 'f g- f-3 X ' 52342 ' ' X , 7? K '52 1- ., , ':" . ' , Q . I "" - 1 ., I ' H f fl 5' .-5' " "' " 5f'a1,.fE4.g2f qv Y1f3f.'T f:'i:'f'f'3.' rf ' K ' 4f, T?'T. N . :-'.J4i'ji f, ,. , 4 H hw. use N - page -r 7 f f M .4.,,.W'sv,.M Bw- vx,.s vl,.f-,..4.f,,.s Q,-ff 4 . 0- , , auth,-f.,,,,rQ,w 1' f + r " 5224 au, fffjffeg lf, I' J E' 'ff I! ' u The Operations Department serves as the nerve center of the ship and is composed of two divisions. OE Division is charged with the maintenance of the highly diverse electronics equipment on board. V f ftwe.-Wfiibffa , f.-' X I fV' 1 ,Q . . f f 'we f . 54 mlb!! 4 Q ft 4 J if yr Mr f A tl Walk, . f . Q: 3- , 2 XE? f 9 3 4 I 1 ,...,, . . .,".- fllf S 2 Ai., 7. 5.71, f n 9 X'-?'4V.,4 ,f ' i f j 3 5 . ff Q W7 ff:ag:zftgf'21" ,J : if 'f,..,g :pg , , f ,, ..,, , .' ' Q f , T ,. . A 7' 2:2226 'f ' 1 ,, fy Msg, 1352, gf l 5 4 l l l l 5 l l l ? l 5 l siisglfi 7 1 f f f 5 4- fm , y , 5 i' f 1 X f i ,Z i an J' ff f ' Z ff fl f ' f f ff , Raza lllunum M q v . EW2 Kent Purser EW3 John Abraham EW3 Edward Rose EW3 David Donato f fr it PH2 James Bishop OS1 Thomas ' Bunsey Q W, a u' W F nd OS1 G. L. G jadm Gormley OS2 Joe Grimes OS2 C.S. Gottardi OS2 Fred Jones OSSN S. F. Denomie OSSN W. F. Mclnerny Ol Division is responsible for the flow of tactical combat information to the Pilot House and Flag Bridge which allows the ship to carry out her mission. Manning the plotting boards in Combat information Center are the Operations Specialists, while the Electronic Warfare Technicians operate and maintain the various sophisticated EW equipment. OI -- - F- . .. -.gpgaiq-L3g:Qgg,ii:.:-5.4:si.a,:L.'4:5.:q..g:..- .,:z:4-.Fun-'ZS - f-,QA '-3 g, 4-i.....,-mug: 'p' '-rx-f ' ww- 1.-:era v-e-3:2,Jwnx,s.ef..,-- Navigation Navigation's role aboard ship is to get us to the right place at the right time, both operationally and when entering port. This calls for expert computations in determining the ship's position at all times. Updating charts and taking navigational fixes at regular intervals keep us on schedule. .,.1 ,lgggl lglg is . it l t it ttts l V it srll in r l v LT Jeffrey E' lts rtra, Fort i-sl tsll, 7 i , Q'i2fvZ'i .',' EQ -'f': I i"' X 5 "if Y QMC Dale slttl Aleshire rll, 5 i tg it , Q fl QM2 Paul slitsi ltlir ' ' y lsir Davis l l A rlgl l QM3 Klaus sft' 1' i f X ggg Loquasto ' t , i t Q QM3 Timothy Petrie y , 4,, V Botkins Q NIS N Shawn A Freeman Y AG1 Bill Elmers g ttlo . t 'W s , , , ii f if fran , at 5 , W, , Z 45 ,, f,f', ,, AG 1 Tom l Tews y l ii' fili V Z' m f 51 7 'g-ff , gf, iff riff ' 3 7 yff ftp, , ,, ft , am' I .5-:Aff .fgyz ' ,.,vi-f:-W, , 'ff , '- ., . I , ,Va ,, K -f f l f Il I - ffm .1-no .. .- , 'f',-f, 4w-',W-6f .- V 2" ' if: ' "-fTK'2i1 -V 3 iv ilf-wwf' 1229: ' .- ' "wtf fy -' ,- , ,'-' A f 1 f e 7 V Z, 1 Y . f A 'WW V 1 ' x'EMJ f , 'l , 5 v l ., l .I r l l QM3 Petrie checks navigational points while leaving Mombasa, Kenya. A Ship's Evolutions Rigging the highline Empty trolley on its way Underway When a personnel, or in this case cargo, transfer is accomplished between two ships at sea, a manila highline rig is used. While limited to loads of 600 pounds or less, this method is less complicated than others. No boom is required on the delivery ship, the receiving ship requires only a snatch block attached to a pad eye. The highline is kept taut during transfer by 25 men. The trolley riding it is moved by inhaul and outhaul lines, both handled by the men on deck. This rig is easily and quickly set up and is the safest method for transferring men from ship to ship. Stand by to retrieve. If' ......-..-. .., 1 2 hE.' .-, NN Replenishment HEAVE! Watch out below! Almost home ---v-- Self Defense Force -Y J gi Loading ammo for M-14s Setting up the M-60 machine gun "Fishing" with the M-79 grenade launcher LA SALLE's Self Defense Force is made up entirely of volunteers under the guidance of the Weapons Officer and two officers from the Middle East Force Plans Office. The men are trained in the use of small arms, including the M-60 machine gun and M-79 grenade launcherg they also attend sessions on evacuation procedures and riot control. And a large part of their preparedness involves intensive physical training. Familiarization firing MIDLINK '78 The annual Central Treaty Organization ICENTOI exercise MIDLINK was the big event for the staff and USS LA SALLE during the past year. A number of ships and aircraft from Iran, Pakistan, the United Kingdom and the United States participated in the two-week event. lt was an exceptionally hectic and busy time for all hands. MIDLINK started with a four-day inport period with various conferences and ceremonies held to open the exercise, and confirming planning for the "At Sea" phase to follow. The first three days at sea were spent conducting communications, anti-air and anti-submarine warfare, gunnery and underway replenishment training with ships from the other navies, learning to operate more effectively with each other. The next three days were spent in the tactical phase, as all the ships and aircraft were divided into the ORANGE and BLUE forces. They then opposed each other in a mock naval engagement. I:l.,.s:-Q- ,o:..La.'u4- L53 .::::ig:L,.1.--'U' ' "fm ""' -- -- -1'xnpf1i.w - Y ------f - Y i i i i i V no-ff? The multi-facets of MIDLINK: British "Lynx" helicopter, British ship HMS ARDENT, Pakistani submarine. 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Packer then hosted distinguished guests from the 'participating countries, including the U.S. Ambassador to Pakistan, His Excellency Arthur W. Hummel, and the Commander of the U.S. Seventh Fleet, Vice Admiral S. Fl. Foley. The last three days were spent back in Karachi for a post-exercise review and analysis and the closing ceremonies. Orange Force gunshoot fi 1 "Lynx" transfers suppplies during vertical replenishment exercise K"'?'T ..,. .,.,.....iT,A --1 - -'ff ! -ffl' f . T ll ll l il 'l -l l 'l ll ll l ill l , 1 , ' i 1. li ' ll il ll ,. l Wi ill Wi ill ll ll ll ,A 3 I ll ll T l 'il ll ll il: ll , .H 3- ill ll ' ,l all l l l ll in ll ll l ll 'l lx '- 47.1 Shellback Day 'fel Shellbacks are a peculiar lot. lf the ship in which they happen to be residing is nearing the equator, many preparations will be made for all the Polliwogs tthose who have not crossed the equatorl embarked. King Neptune and Davy Jones have to be contacted, "coffins" must be readied and shillelaghs must be trimmed to "Wog" standards. On LA SALLE it was no different. As the white bow sliced into the Royal Domain, all Polliwogs were gathered on the flight deck for instructions. Breakfast was served on the mess decks, where the Wogs were allowed to sit on the deck and chow down on the gruel offered them. Then it was time for Shellbacks to take vengeance upon those who dared enter King Neptune's Domain. Out on the flight deck the initiating ceremonies began with Shellbacks slicking up the slimy Wogs in a coat of grease and breakfast leftovers. The Wogs were tried and convicted, shown the Royal Baby's belly, executed in the coffin, and emerged as Shellbacks, ready for King Neptune and his realm. The Royal Court awaits . .' . . . the lowly wogs . . . . . as they cringe by the hundreds SHELLBACKS VENT RAGE on Polliwogs. Wogs are greased, then sprayed, left, in the preliminaries to the actual shellback initiation. The Royal Dentist gives a Wog a royal shot in the mouth, and one of the slimy creatures pleads to the court. E,- 1' 'af Ti? N wmv' M? vi" . 43 5, ff ' f yff f Z i 1" -7 K, . if i,', if f' - if Q ' Q f 2 ffl? -1 T , ,.-. ,..,Qu. Manama, Bahrain Dubai, United Arab Emirates S Ports Lebanon ' Iran 3 Israei iw ob an i uw it Q d 4, 4 Saudia Arabia i S . 4 i W Qat l r-f4f'g U E.. i ea V DR of J Yemen jibouti r Ethiopia L ' Somaii ' epubi' . Iuiig ... ... ..., ......EW !"E 4' - 0 Mombasa, Kenya Xb, 'Q N mf J ' 'E n -. of Call N., 'a 'v' wird' is Afghanistan ' G W f akistan W U- 'Sq 1 - n 5Oman i E Karachi, Pakistan - ri 0 anka ,llAlDR'-1'-lhrn--1 i ciiii-is . ' Muscat, Oman ,,ieXche1 1 es a I I v +L Port Victoria, Seychelles TAV - Naples Italy Pulling out of Bahrain right after Christmas 1977,the LA SALLE steamed for Naples and a TAV QTender Availabilityj. She would spend the next four months out of action going through overhaul. I While shipboard shops can handle many repair situations, major jobs may require a tender, like a floating factory, it's equipped with deck after deck of nothing but shops, with just about every rate imaginable on board. The facilities and expertise are both there. Being involved in a TAV period isn't the same thing as being in port while on a deployment - far from it! The Deck and Engineering rates, especially, worked just as many, if not more, hours during this time as they would have underway. Although LA SALLE was unrecognizable as "white" for new arrivals, she was her old self once again upon departure. Above: SN Day looks after one of the 3"!5O gun mounts. Above right: Work on the boats means grinding and preservation for the boat deck crew. Right: Hey, Jim! Are you sure Tom Sawyer started 'this way? 5 1 E 2 fy fl Left: Rewind complete, it's time to dip this motor. Below: MM2 Kroohs checks out impeller blade. Bottom: Suez, here we come! . , , A 1 , 'A Y :M ,f N -,'-. -+ - .fu . V , , , :V nl.. ,.c.f.-:,.-,. .4 . . ... ..-.V . .. 3 x Mombasa The pause that refreshes! Roadside fruit stand Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be out on the set of "Wild Kingdom" as they are filming some of the sequences of their weekly show, observing and tracking animals in their natural habitat? Have you ever tried to imagine what would go through your mind if you looked through the lens of your camera expecting to see an elephant at some distance, only to find this rather cumbersome bulk of flesh moving at express train speed right in your direction? Have you ever thought how grand it would be to relive the days of Livingstone's Africa . . . imagining you arexStanley trudging through the wild bush and coming upon this bearded man in pith helmet and saying those famous lines . . . "Dr... Livingstone, l presume?" The men of LA SALLE didn't quite have all of the above experiences, but our recent time in Mombasa, Kenya, did provide us the g occasion for a variety of new experiences. For most of the crew, it was the first visit to Africa other than that portion around the Red Sea. For many it was an opportunity to observe and experience what previously had been seen inNA TIONAL GEOGRAPHIC magazine. By far the highlight for many was the experience of watching and photographing an almost unlimited number of wild 'animals in their natural habitat. We had to keep reminding ourselves that this wasn't the San Diego Zoo or Busch Gardens, but that it was where these animals actually existed, wild. It brought back f memories of the John Wayne film "Hatari" as the minibuses raced across the bush to get closer to' Z f W WI., Z, ,f , Z 197- f-J, M, ff ff ff W 7. xv X fwyzrf, 1 67 N xv !'Lkl3-li '7'f-xxkvv rr: -4'-. - f ' ' ' -'-- , ,, .1A....,,., , SL? ..,.......-.-,1- ...AV YV-. This derelict is a grim reminder to harbor pilots. a herd of gazelle or cape buffalo. It was truly a wonder to see first hand the beauty and grace of G-od's creation, to look across the miles of gently rising bush country and see in the distance, reaching a height of over 19,000 feet, the snow-crowned peak of Mt. Kilimanjaro. The city of Mombasa and the surrounding countryside offered the opportunity of a tropical setting and a culture quite foreign to many on the ship. Even though Kenya sits astride the equator and we might expectlthe weather to be unbearably hot, we found that this time of the year is actually their winter and they were just ending their monsoon season. Consequently, the temperatures were LA SALLE's pier berth was right next to the ferry crossing between downtown and one residential area. if 5 , Y, 55" , V 9' 5 WRX, Ui! With Mombasa a maximum liberty port, Deck was only too happy to have help painting the sides. - 71 ,7 W W 1 , I . , " i..L x , kk 415 H - 9, 1. 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Q i ' 411 ' jf ' l 1 Q Q QQ K'm-,', Q X QQ? lac l -X'f, .1 'L QQ 5, n J' The sun comes up out of the lndian Ocean . . to find the fishing fleet in sleepy repose. i Soft, white sand beaches . . azure blue coves and bays . . . coconut groves . . . a jungle of hibiscus, bougainvillea and roses . , , the kisses of the tropical sea breezes . . . lonely sweeps of sea stretching off to the horizon. ls this Paradise? For the men of LA SALLE it was . . . for six beautiful days and nights. The Seychelles are a group of islands and islets spreading across 250,000 square miles in the Indian Ocean - 2,000 miles southwest of Bombay, India and 1,000 miles east of Mombasa, Kenya. The main island of Mahe, which is only 17 miles long, and 30 others are the only mid-ocean islands in the world made of granite, and are among the very few places on earth that, when discovered, were Completely uninhabited. There were no records of the islands until they were sighted by the Portuguese explorer Vasco da Gama around 1500. The French and British vied for possession of them from early in the 17th century until 1903, when they became a Crown Colony of some 20,000 inhabitants. The colony became independent within the Commonwealth in October 1975. The people in the capital of Victoria trade their produce in a town center called the Sir Selwyn Selwyn-Clarke Market. The town's most noticeable landmark is the Clock Tower, located at the hub of downtown and fashioned after the monument'to Queen Victoria' near Victoria Station in London. The public buses carry names like "Travel Me Always" and "Take Your Time." While the official language is English, the people speak among themselves in a patois closely related to French. One of the highlights for many of the crew was the Botanical Gardens, where some of the stranger examples of plant and animal life can be found. 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As LA SALLE weighed anchor and set her course for the Mideast, many looked back wistfully at lovely dots of beach outlined by reefs, and steep mountainous rock formations, their tips shrouded in clouds. They had indeed found Paradise, and leaving it behind would not be easy. But memories last a lifetime and, who knows, for some the call of the islands may bring them back. Winter-clad Seychellois children return from a run on the general store with their trusted watch dog. ' - ar, qv - 1, - icggf -5-5, 1 4,,,,-,Germ p1.i:f-1.1.-1..i I..:.f.a .::L..4:..A .',:L:..:u+ 15 I ?g4-..: L-4ga-.ifzfzf "" ---V "AU",--' J P 1 X Q s P N W X ,. 5 if ga ,, gg i: L: I 2 9 24942 " 1 , ,, . , . ,, , Q I 1 N Q M n E K 31 WN 311 Wx k I 1 N V I i . 11 ' r !i Saul surfmg lures some from ' the beach iN W il 1 ,, , , w 5 1 K En N: M W I i . L , ll N - , ,. 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Oman depends on petroleum for more than 9004, of its revenues and S4 million daily a fast-paced rate of development, with most of this income going into defense, construction, health, education, transportation and communications. Among the photographic highlights of the LA SALLE's two-day visit was the choice of two bus tours to the ancient capital cities of Rustaq and Nizwa. The timeless architecture of these centuries-old cities with their forts provided an interesting subject. For the barterers among the crew the Suq or bazaar in downtown Mutrah offered many exotic items - some imported from Pakistan and India. Unique among the local items were Khanjars - curved daggers - traditionally worn by the Omani men and hand made in silver or gold. The distinctive local coffee pots crafted from tin or brass exhibited some fine etching. In addition, silver jewelry included wrist and ankle bracelets, finger and toe rings and necklaces. For history buffs, the newly-opened museum in "Information City" just outside the metropolitan area offered a variety of artifacts and good examples' of Omani handicrafts. The United States has maintained friendly relations with Oman since the early 19th Century. Private U.S. medical and missionary activities began in the last 90 years, and the U.S. Embassy opened 7' '7 "" Am' "" W ' " " ' ,,.. ' .. ...f-- ws-.. l The past and the present keep a silent vigil over the harbor. Although giving the appearance of a ghost town, these places are still lived in. in 1972. Several American companies are active in most areas of enterprise, most notably petroleum and mining exploration, banking, communications and airport management. lt was this small American community that proved perhaps the most enjoyable part of our stay. Many of the families opened their homes to the men of the LA SALLE in groups of three or four, with several as guests of people from their home state. For us, it meant an A old-fashioned home-cooked meal and for our hosts achance to share reminiscences about home with fellow Americans. ABH1 Peck and YN2 Nelson enjoy the hospitality of their dinner hosts. l l l A three-masted schooner at rest in Muscat Harbor The winning smile of a local merchant At Nizwah's ancient ruins, an old well is still in use. KHl'aCl"ll, P8KlS1IaI'l The market place of the Middle East was a highlight of LA SALLE's northern swing in 1978. Karachi, located at the mouth of the River Indus, is the largest 'city in Pakistan. its four million people hurry from place to place, buying, selling and trading goods. The first indication that Karachi was a large city was the tremendous small boat traffic in the harbor. LA SALLE sailors were greeted pierside by cabbies with their horse-drawn carriages. These taxis were able to take navymen throughout the city, waiting for the men at each stop. The flat fares charged per day were well worth it. The shopping in Karachi was fantastic. Wood and brass was of excellent quality and the onyx was superb. Scenes of sailors returning to the ship with armloads of goods were commonplace. Parties took place daily at the Beach Luxury Hotel and the crew wolfed down the hamburgers and hot dogs the hotel management cooked. Meanwhile on the streets of Karachi, local vendors were selling their wares. "Hey, Joe! You want to buy a real good rug? Cheap, very cheap!" Most bargains were bought in some of the smallest stores, though. The zoo had a very looked-after collection of animals of Asianllndian origin. The zoo keeper conducted tours and even let the sailors feed the animals, such as a rhino. Some sailors were reluctant, however. ' - - Y ' ' - . .. 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'- Although an island, Bahrain has enough desert areas to make a . , camel a necessary mode of transportation, as these travelers head 0009 YOU V9 Spent 3 Summer for the djebels Qhills, that isl. LA SALLE's arrival in Bahrain al Mosques are erected at almost any site that' Moslems feel has attained some religious significance. placed the ship in its primary operating area, the Arabian Gulf. Bahrain is small, roughly four times as large as Washington D.C., and most of its 90,000 people are located in the two largest cities, Manama and AI Muharraq. Driving on the island can be difficult for a newcomer. Fioundabouts lcircles at intersectionsl demand all the skill even the most experienced drivers possess. Shopping at the Suqh was done by all hands, and the encounters with local people were interesting and rewarding. Tailors were busy making clothes, and goldsmiths molded and hammered jewelry for crewmembers. The visit to this Gulf State will long be remembered, each time the Shamal lmorning windl blows at a sailor's back. 84 , , Bahrainian carpet weavers stiil make them the same way they have for centuries. Strong Arabian racing stock is raised on the islandg most of it by the Royal Family. Dhows are a primary mode of travel on the waters surrounding Bahrain. ' " ' "vh- - .Luge ,-...1-Q.. , Y, . , . m...., , i hgh-WFP' Yrvv V ii' av: M , -.--,+-W , -,. ,.,, ,, X E: ,,,f i tl Outside the main arch of the Suqh, downtown y Manama is quite modern in its architecture, xii , . ,., . Q ,gf-A LL, I l l l l l i the awning." i l I 5 Ancient burial mounds can be found in many locationsg they are always left unrnarked. l l i is 1 , l a "Civilian laundry and dry cleaning is now under ,,f, t..r , ,,,, V. K X , , ,,,. it . X ss . W QW, - fggwxif,-x rig ,Q - X A., Q f X X s-www ' K ts, 5 ,Wm K, X ,bmwyf .u,,k,:,, - - . ,ssN,,A m-Q5frx:11+'f - .sw y ' at 'M W' 'iw-' ' 'N th -'sw t-t-t I f . " erm? 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L' 1 !' l l l Work And Play 4 Right: MMFN Tim Wratten mans steam valve in the pit. Below left: "Sea King" aircrewman keeps lookout during deck landing. Below right: BMSN Ladd rigs the awning as SA Hunt , takes up the slack. A l l I l I l l l Left: BM2 Shomgard gears up for battle with a shark off the Seychelles. Below: PN3 Brooks prepares muster report as PN2 Jablonski works on records. Bottom: VBEELAND's helo drops in on LA SALLE. ""' -- .-- ..,l ,. fi .al::..-J-: 4,-:.n..f ----2-ee1u5Lf,1-15-:f-et!?'s:-Hf::--. 2--f-A....:fJ sl-f Y'-" 1 -' -'f"Kff'-"'-'---0--'4"'-'-'ff' W" " ""J" M Fw Top: EW3 Abraham, EW2 Purser and OSSN Denomie of Ol Division discuss the relative merits of barbequed versus steamed chow. Flight: Refreshment is just a few steps away during LA SALLE softball action. .st Q . RQ PC3 Gray begins to wail on his bagpipes. Activities Clockwise from top right: Chowing down on the flight deckg Drill Team at "under the awning"g Band at ASUQ lazin' on the fantailg Volleyball in Upper 1 W - l Base runner plays it safe as CFUCS teammate tries to put one out Softball J .rfwf N, Molock makes the tag, but this player isn't about to budge from that comfortable seat. Coming into the 1978 season, LA SALLE's softball teams were known for their spirit, not their winning ways. This year's team had plans to change the latter, with or without a practice field. They wasted no time doing just that. When we pulled into Bahrain in mid-June, LA SALLE was already sporting a 10-3 mark. By the time we left Mombasa two months later, they had a twelve-game winning .streak going. Seychelles saw the juggernaut continue to roll, as they added victories over the Navy Tracking Station and USS MULLINNIX. A tight defense and awesome power at the plate resulted in big wins in Bandar Abbas, Iran. The Stenwick Corporation lan American firml fell, 22-2 and 20-1. They were followed shortly by the Navy TAFT team, who bowed, 19-2. October was highlighted by a Navy Day Tournament in Bahrain, with teams from LA SALLE, the two deployers VREELAND and ' MULLINNlX'and the Administrative Support Unit participating. LA SALLE took tourney honors with a six-game sweep. Despite losses to McDermott Co. and the VREELAND in November, the "boo'birds", had been silenced, as LA SALLE finished the season at 35-6. Fan catches all the action from first base wall. LA SALLE's mighty bats have spoken step HM1 Schuchart is out by a Basketball From the blistering sun in Mombasa to the rain-soaked courts of Kuwaitg from the hostile crowds of Djibouti to the non-existent ones of Bandar Abbas, before the sheikhs of Dubai and the children of Karachi - the Bucs have exhibited good sportsmanship while attaining an excellent camaraderie with international teams. Expressing resounding pride and confidence, the Buccaneers have posted 22 wins and only 2 losses. The team has reigned supreme along the coastal areas of the Arabian Gulf and the lndian Ocean. Even the Atlantic and Pacific Fleet ships could not blemish the perfect home court record. Not only sportsmen and ambassadors, the LA SALLE Buccaneers are truly Champions. Below: Denny Beger threads the needle against the Iranian Navy. Bottom left: Carlos Hyche drives the lane on two VREELAND players. Bottom right: Ted Forbes controls tip as fl-ri Johnson, Jones, Cotton, Hammond and MULLINNIX opponents await the ball's return to earth. Utilizing LA SALLE's vaunted full court press, Hyche and Hammond put the pressure on a harried VREELAND opponent. XXX X Hyche puts it up for two as teammate Johnson waits for rebound that never came Christmas Z W f ' T- ' ' 7 gg X iii ,Q .V ,V , . V., A Q., m,,,,,,5t.Q,v ,,,gffy. ,f ,Qing '52 .ff " f 'f ' T if f ' T - ,L,' '," , . 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Members of Supply check out the music Party Shots AMS2 Flores, DK2 Jaranilla, DK3 Antonio Ops Boss LCDR Swientek and Executive Officer -X -1 4 SH2 Bascom, recalling other QM1 Pine, ABF1 Healy, RM1 Mayhue and YN1 Yannacci salute the holiday times I yuletide season K-riagvl-A L,1.Y:.ga:.L:..a. 7.4,,-:-.- 4,:L.L1... us-P I , , , ...V One year - more or less - afloat Our tour on board this galg At times a most stern mistress, But a lady yet - LA SALLE. l 5 1 Yes, we're strong for the last of the Great White Fleet But it's home we soon shall be - Home to the arms of our loved ones Across the deep blue sea. -USN- Turn To Bight: SR Medlin takes up slack in mooring line while SA Fladden stands ready to lend a hand as LA SALLE pulls pierside for fuel. Below: Ship's Navigator asking directions l?l Bottom: AD1. Barnes braces against the prop wash as ship's helo clears flight deck on another safe liftoff I .ure ff -V s 1 -V ' - - rib . if , ,a w J f ff 9,.f:A,,M,g 4,,,,,.f,., Nil gf l-j',k,I,,:Mwv Mf,ankQ,kl, f ,iffy , , D, ,2 fry, 1 575553 ,ij.fsQKlC:1 33,l.,f0 :Quik .mfg ff .N . 4,5 .. ,fy . fc., f, , 3 if ' I' J , gg , A t f,",, px .2 fl 5 .' V .. .G'5'-:W ' S 1 - , ,sfexf MXLQI' - if A' ff Knock Off Left: CTA2 Mondelli serves up ribs as LA SALLE crew takes part in another holiday cookout on the flight deck. Bottom left: Fishing from the stern gate during holiday routine. Bottom right: SK3 Dillon is living proof that even the Shore Patrol gets to relax once in awhile. CRUISE BOCK STAFF PH2 Jim Bishop JO1 Tim Lewis JC1 Craig lVlcKay CTA2 Louis Mondelli HM3 John Ward MM3 Tim Wratten IM1 Kim Young The staff of the 1978 LA SALLE Cruise Book gratefully acknowledge the contributions of the following people: YNSN Flich Gandarilla OS2 Joe Grimes SA Lawrence Harrison LTJG John Nolan Kenneth Parent, Administrative Officer, American Embassy, Bahrain And the guidance of our Cruise Book Officer, ENS Draper, helped take the knots out of many a line. WALSWORTH Cruise Book Off' USHING 815 West L ttl C k R d Cf2M?I'2'.If2f.-,.,........ Norfolk, Vi g 23505 -QQ-,.-0.--.L4. .upfmyp ,M.q1,-f,,,.., A fgm? f 1? av 9 W ' 5 ' 1 .R . , ,J . 1. 076' gg 5.l.T 11' . ldpe-'47 5 ' T 'Q' .' 4, FW' 1- gif 'm' .- 3 x 5 . I Y 1 9 . fa Iv I I I T P


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