Macon (CA 132) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1960

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Qf H113 lfnfitczrl States Ship IIMLALCCDJN' CA-132 , gf Nj" k WA! ,, ' ' :mg " In February embarked on Operation Amigo in d support ot President Eisenhower s South American goo will tour MACON welcomed aboard CDR Charles Brendler and 92 members of the United States Navy Band and the equally famed Sea Chanters" vocal In a thousand ways the presence of the band mem- bers their enthusiastic participation in shipboard activi- ties their uncomplaining acceptance of the rigors of shipboard living and their willingness to give unstint- mqly and generously of their considerable musical vir- 0 the Navy cmd. .- with lasting af f eotion We cieclioate this book highlight of Operation Amigo tuosity to the daily and nightly entertainment of the 1 of MACON, "replaced the President as the reason lvlACON'S trip to South America For after all di it seem as if the MACGN was making this trip to tr port this famous group of musicians to South Amer Many came to see it this way ln recognition oi unique role that this pleasant talented fun loving qi l c played during their three week visit with us the s company has dedicated this cruisebook to them lasting affection . . . remembering them as a specta LIEUTENANT HAROLD FULTZ Deceased Since his entrance into the Navy in l935, Lieutenant Fultz has distinguished himself in every imaginable musical capacity, contributing as a soloist, conductor, composer, and administrator. He has attended West Virginia Wesleyan College, George Washington University, taught at Iackson Col- lege of Music, and graduated at the top of his class at the then newly formed Navy School of Music Cl935l. He has twice had the distinction of serving Presi- dents of the United States . , . President Roosevelt, en- route to the Pan American Conference, and President Truman, enroute to the Potsdam Conference . . . as a result he was awarded a Presidential Letter and is a recipient of a Medal of Commendation. In the spring of 1956, he returned to the U. S. Naval School of Music as Warrant Cfficer in charge of Band Training, where he organized the Navy Sea Chanters, which today constitute an integral part of the Navy Band. Lieutenant Fultz was instrumental in establishing the All Eastern Band and Instrumental Clinic, and he served as its chairman for the first two years. For his many faithful and dedicated years of ser- vice to the Navy and its music program, he was hon- ored with the appointment to Assistant Leader of the United States Navy Band with the rank of Lieutenant on lulY 2, l956. COMMANDER CHARLES BRENDLER The story of Commander Brendler's rise to the coveted position as Leader of the United States Navy Band is synonymous with the history of the Band itself. The two "grew up together." A member of the Navy Band since its inception Cas clarinet soloistl, he became the Assistant Leader in l937, and was advanced to Leader in l942. ln tribute to his excellent leadership and outstand- ing ability, he became the first Navy musician to attain the rank of Commander. He holds a Doctor of Music Degree and is the one and only honorary member of the exclusive White House Correspondents Club. For his notable contributions to his art he was honored with the election to the Presidency of the famous American Bandmaster's association C1954-555. As Leader of the world's finest military band, he conducts the greatest of classical composition, but, be- cause he is first and foremost a true musician, he en- deavors to bring to the public the best in band literature . . . as a result, the Navy Band repertoire numbers more than twenty thousand, ranging in variety from the classics to the popular melodies of today . . . all of which he conducts without use of a written score. He is a complete master of his art. ln addition to the foregoing, Commander Brendler is listed in "Who's Who In America." He holds a Life Membership in "The Modern Music Society" and Kappa Kappa Psi, as well as membership in Phi Beta Mu. He recently was awarded the National Guard of Honor Gold Medal by the American Legion for his accomplishments in the field of music. V ,git Q AZ WARRANT OFFICER ANTHONY MITCHELL A brilliant clarinet virtuoso who has been hailed by t t of the critics and audiences alike, through every s a e Union, WO Mitchell is one of those rare talented indi- viduals who is equally facile with the jazz or the classi- cal idiom. Performing in the dual capacity of solo clari- netist with the United States Navy Band and conductor of the Navy Dance Band, he became one of the origi- nal pioneers in television broadcasting, appearing as conductor and musical director of a weekly TV series that featured some of the leading artists of the day. Warrant Officer Mitchell graduated with honors from the Ui. S. Naval School of Music, and was awarded a Bachelor of Music Degree from the Catholic University of America. ln recognition of his ability and many years of dis- tinguished service, he was appointed Third Leader of the U. S. Navy Band with the rank of Warrant Officer on luly l5, l956. X xx. 2" i H 1 Q f-Sxg jgtgv ,rf 1. -st, SEA CHANTERS Named the SEA CHANTEBS by Chief of Naval Operations, Admiral Arleigh Burke, this choral group has been a part of the United States Navy Band, Corn- mander Charles Brendler, Leader, since August 1956. The United States Navy Band Sea' Chanters were Organized in lanuary 1956 by the U. S. Navy Band's Assistant Leader, Lieutenant Harold Fultz. This select QTOUD Of YOung men have parlayed youthful exuber- ance and a solid musical background into a polished Fmt- EVGTY appearance ads lustre to an already glow- lllg reputation. lames R, Smith, the leader oi the United States NaVY Band Sea Chanters, hails from Petersburg, Virginia. Be- fore COXTHHQ into the Navy, Smith received his Bachelor of Music. and Master of Music Degrees from Westmin- iir Choir College in Princeton, New Iersey. While at C estminster, he toured with the iamous Westminster hon fer fOUT Years, including their recent world tour sponsored by the State Department, He was the student HEQUCCJGT oi the Choir on this tour. Smith has sunq Vtflllfl Wis choir under such eminent vottductors as Toscanlmi alter Stokowski, Caritelli, Mitropolous, and BSITI' stein, Smith joined that Navy iii lime 1958 and came to the Band the following October. lfle became the leader ofthe Sea Cl'iaiitt-is in ll'ttltt-time tQfwQ f Q This Sea Ctlltaiitms liavw qatitt,-,.,,-iid in Command pelt- ClTU33mf'iS fmt lllfi qllttizzitiviit View lWIiPSidGl'it, niemberfi EJ Cg'OHqff'3Sg 'lift SUi'Y'fiItlr' Vhiiit, and many eminent ffelqll Cllflitiaitaries. All 'witty twm- mg, Navy Band Sed Chantors iiieiVim.A,iy mmm! mmf mpwh VOCGI harmony. tl lglfl Navy litiiiti Suit i 'iiiiiiwmfa .ire truly repfesgnlal ive Q iliti Navy tli-,Y 5wit,, IL, .WSH tm lhgif muS1Cl-if lfitltitl lliii tlitflitiiiyt ,,t ith rxttwx, -rtw Navy can well tticiitti fit tlii' ll fi tgly-,VX twiki ,Wt Y -h ,mtM.q if A +6 Y on 5 Z 4 . V Q- ! ' .2 gt, wtf N N wise:-'. 2 4? LQ? 5' tl "f, 51 'f' 5 1959: IJE:'fE2rIJjE3bJ.fEe 'TJf'rZJt IJE:'fE2rZJjLQJIL1E3 Opeofatfton Inland Seas In-Pont Peonloolf Boston Scotland Change of Coffnffnana ,ff -1 if if L: 2, Q , 5 J , fb fr H QM, WN? gy, :lg 4' 1 J 55 , 5151? W Km 5 'gf 1 Q5 M, 1 al 1 0 X-if I fx gy, 1 55' A hx xxx D 4 QI, 1011 II113.-I1C1 SHS Operation lnland Seas seems likely to be recorded in peacetime Naval annals as an exercise in the realm of the spectacular. Or- iginally conceived to celebrate and dramatize the opening of the Binational St. Lawrence Seaway project, an event of historic signif- icance for both Canadian and American com- merce, the inland cruise of Task Force 47 exceeded its planners' most optimistic hopes and expectations. The cruise to "The Lakes" opened the heartland of America to major combatant vessels, enhanced understanding of the modern Navy's mission in a land-locked and still widely-skeptical Mid-West, and won for the Navy national notoriety and wide- spread public interest and acclaim. But if the presence of the inland fleet had an impact upon the hundreds of thou- sands who turned out to watch its movements and visit its component ships, the generosity and almost unbelievable enthusiasm of these citizens made an equal impression on the officers and men-the saltiest veterans as well as the fuzz-cheeked youngsters-who witnes- sed it. Many openly admitted fhat seven weeks in the Lakes had represented the sum- mut of adventure and excitement of their career experience. From our point of view, which more neutral observers have subsequently sub- stantiated, the lakeside citizenry focussed their curious attention on the majestic MACON, whose size and sleek grace were unequalled by other members of the force. And just as MACON overshadowed the Task Force, so the activities and skills of its ebullient, acid-tongued, fiery, and proud skip- per, Captain I. C. Wylie, dominated the ac- complishments of other participants. Fittingly, the first and last pictures of this section catch this haughty seaman in familar poses. ln the following pages we have tried to recapture pictorially both the highlights of and the spirit or atmosphere of this seaway safari. From the pomp and formality of every official visit to the abandoned gaiety of the countless parties and dances, from the anxious, tense navigation through tube-like passages to the carnival aura generated by the crowds of visitors in each port, both the occasionally intense anguish and the ample pleasure of this adventure are represented below. We leave to each of you the task to fill from your own vivid recollections of those weeks any inadvertent gaps in this flashback to the summer of l959. 9 First Port of Call- Quebec 1 Q Hull flu iw" l Qin I -an IO r--wg-'f . , . X n ,K f"'!K"f:mf-'.-'-v, UNH' fm. . W f fy- fg. .fv,,,.-ff5'?J wgwxyqgrg fr'.fXi,.i,eM1 'fin 4' '- S1 mix, ,. . -any MW X -A ,W.:iq.,, '15 3.,Q:f,,,i5x,.Qf'fl.4:"' - . f, .X 'seq' f QWTN: 1 !.1',,.l . 4,54-nlv"'.,. J.. 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People - on fhe rocks. MQ l T l' X I W il 2 'Lt How to Win friends. Mx, 5, Oh Commander, you're so clever. S -Ji' 25 years - LCDR Paffee concludes his career. Dig that crazy conga line. ,uiwg 01-'MQ 'Q Q f G ' fig fe " ,, we ,r , M ffgggenff . fy - s f K .A city Watched as the Captain talked . . Buffalo TV' frorrl the quarterdeck, f f For cr rear admiral, Mr. Wedell, how mdnl' sideb0Y5? x - K iv 'A HR ,- e 9 t .R -I u f ' e e 1 ' .sfi ,.. W , K f 1' 'fa . sly,-r 'U ,,' , ' " xv f'w8, .fx I Vi.-1-g..c. My-We I ' ff fviwgw - ,A-if 1, .M X K if S .,, L K x x iffy, x , , i X " 5 - - 'I' ' x , X7 gi. XXX Xwfgjgtgr Nj 4 .Xl V, L-. f'1'?Qx':Q.X ' v X My 'S ef- x . A x A x, X , . i -mf f - X7 5 Y Dammif, I was here firsi. I , 4 ,- ,v-PH' :ff - Hey Joe, you gof cigcreHe?? fi i x. Q, .k0.. ,,,! K 1 K Ei fi I 1 I n w M.. N54 I vf. be I pq R. ls it really Boston? . . . Now the four officer lay up to ihe quavrfer deck on fhe double ? 1 I I f f "" -Q14-.A : - 6, ,vt 3 2 Gentlernen, I thank you.- for this plaque and for this cruise . . 39 21 40 SCOTLAND CRUISE. E- AUGUST - 14 SEPTEMB ff the coast of Newfoundland contrasted starkly with the oppressive heat and . ' ' l whites were - - ' B 1 st a few days earlier. TIODICH humidity endured in os on Ju MACON sailed into Northern The chill of an early autumn morninq in The North Atlanhc O exchan ed for blues and heavy jackets as , , latitude? on the first of her trips in support of the President. Operai101'1 Fairwind, in which MACON was stationed, in the initial West-East, East- West Search and Rescue position during the Presidents transatlantic flights, took us to the Scottish port of Glasgow on the River ClYCl9 for '3 brief two-day visit. I , , Glasgow's main attraction for many was the opDOfTUT11TY TC? Vlslt the luxurious department stores and to purchase woolens and cardigans and Cashmere goods for the girls back home. Many cauqhf 6 Glimpse Of Scot' land's rugged interior, its placid locks and QGHUY Slopiflg 1T1OUf1tai1'1S'0n tours organized by American Express. A few braved the train trip spanning the narrow Scottish peninsula and visited the colorful city of Edinburgh, just concluding its celebrated annual music and drama festival. The tedious homeward trip took us along a more southern route. The monotony of steaming in squares about our SAR position was relieved after four days when Captain Wylie steamed at 25 knots across the Atlantic. A glorious sunset cast the harbor of Boston in rich color for our long- anticipated return. MACON arrived in Boston from the unusual cruise through the Great Lakes a well-traveled and slightly "road-weary" ship, and hopefully an- ticipated an extended in-port period in her home port. But, fate would not have it thus, and beckoned her to cruise to Scotland in connection with President Eisenhower's diplomatic visitations in the capitals of the West- ern Allies Prepared to embark the President for a swift tri either eastward - I3 or westward, MACON eventually assumed merely a Search and Rescue insurance role. The short cruise to and from Glasgow was marked by the sighting of drifting icebergs, a rather "inaccurate" gunnery shoot at these unusual targets, and a ship-wide poll to elect the "Saltiest Sailor" aboard. Returning to Boston in mid-September, we commenced that long lflioped-for yard period, broken only by a brief cruise for 30 outstanding igh school science students to the Narraganset Bay area in late September and a radar evaluation cruise in early December. ANXQQS-3152 pfijfit .for the yard period was 'the installation of the I eig t inding radar gear. This 1nstallat1on was well underway when Captain Reuben T. Whitaker reported aboa d t f I . I r o assume command rom Captain Wylie during the first week in November. By the .first week in December, the new Captain had a renewed, goafkglgq Slflp, accented by the addition of the large new radar antgnna aprpearedmainziriast. He took her to sea for 'four days of radiation tests and of her Cre p eased as his predecessor with the professional competence The hO1id?1YS, and for many the fir t h l' ' Th f S I O 1di1Y leave in years, followed. D e Skeleton force aboard Worked feVeT1ShlY during the final weeks of ecember to ready the ship for th Qear in the Caribbean. W e expected evaluation of mg radar R. 7 Reminds me of fhis girl I mef. She was really builf, see, but -nuthin buf a hound dog. 2. in A --..... ..,...---.--... S.. Yeah, buf can she tango? Cute, buf l've seen beffer. xxx-I-1 NR wil. ill x ' YQ- ix A , 'S 1 Q Q1 , 1 T- x,x. ax x S .ge M A . X Y- W "-' X, ' h P N Evo.. S. 42 ' h .K .A M -2 , ll. Q' J . ' YI 42-.flfv f-B rf! H ' 1,1 , -gf-f""'- Q Bring on the girls! ,..,4g.,,.Mw X u cf' They're all firsf class! .-+.........--.. 42 1 :Y L1 l li i ' i i l I i l i i SCOTLAND c i ,A .L s ii Q I Q 5 il 3 V 'ik 3 J 'Xi lg ii 512 The greoiesf shipbuilding river in fhe world-River Clyde Phofos supplied fhrough the courtesy of British lnformafion Services, N. Y. ' w ' 1,553 I I 1 , - 1 'IX , A 33 -- :Q 3? 41- X ee 4 H 1 '.' ,xx-,1 - V fe - . . ,-wig, ., Q . W QQ .' Qi Y X A Lg Q, el,-ggm is X - f Q55 L x X V ' - 'iaesa .TU ff". A "'x ' 132395 "M Z G K---M-,. .. X , L - V jg my -x A g e 1 - -- 1 ff gif: ' :se Q 4 gt ' . - A iii 5E3j5f X wk it N- N W :4- A N 31 . xg 3 I 'a f, -'L '- . ' - - fe , '12-sr 'fi' "L N .. r Q f' 11, f' 5 ifiipfiii! M' f A .,. an-V ' ' A- leffigf. Nb 'Q .M ' - .' ' -' wa if HL rl I: ll" :S N ., g ' A .1 e e e ,iaifx ,e-- 1 , - N e 'aw' "'1-Qin Q W e w e '-, qw' NX ' 'af' 'i"".Q.fsiw4ggg, fe, A 2- w W . 'N 1 - ,,...e.,.M?.4 w e 1e,,w,g get 5 -we . , - V -, v gxqfxmkx' NN. K x gw e NE Q, x , I n H - ,gp f f NN M l . A . K Q -xx ,xx :N . 57 .mfg fl..-A ., ..'- " W ., , ' Q. - l. +. ,Q lr' f X. ., , X 'w-V f - NM--in ' New I ax 5 NK .X f- w - X- e4 we ie .1A Q we 1 ' , Q' 1 Ae X.X. X XX,- Q Xf"-- ...'... ' 3 '34 tary U- View from fhe Universify Tower, Glasgow. Nighffime lighfs on fhe River Clyde. Historic Princes Sfreef, Edinburgh. L 1 4 n, Us su F 1 3 is f V I., E4 'r Ii N i 51 1 I 1 1 A MACON men pay respecfs fo one of her men who died af sea. Made if! I E I 5 i s I 1 i x w I V ! I l Q 5 1 5 i g Home Sweet IE-Iorne 1 1 I .P v I Q, in I P. w QE, I IN W I I i i r 1 n 1: -s L X i --me-. 1 jf -1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .gf ,,. ef pu, 1 1 1 11 il, L. 'r 1 U. E1 1 ., . 121 11. if if 11 'E 31 L 15, ,1. Q. -1. 1 14, .pn N! K 1 ' 1 if H L vs A-S N..- , 1 . ifw '.-x ' :ffm 1 iffy' , , 1 1 1 . X ,elf 1 L 1, 1 1 ini :ggi ' W Ng 1 1.. 1 Z, be w X I 1 1 ., Sl 3 ,AX Q. ii Q4 ,J1 Ji Q fi Q 1 Q i li 11 1 .af 1 I 3 ,1 ' 1 su ig 1 , '1 .Z o ,A ' 5 1 5 Loyal, brave, clean, fhriffy - Ah, so. Geisha girl in Kimono IAlias sky-diving ENS Ga1rroH1. 48 X ur up I sf, ii F' I 5" f w ,A Regular gUyS - NSF science winners. , 1. 1 1 ip' 1 , - - , J , i A hit! 3 Q J Y M7 74 Man fhe rcul MASON at horne ,idf I A ' fs It Mrnulrnrn. Spof is Q dog. Oh, Jane, see Spof run. Dependents Day Crulee War is hell. YM if if , X ff . , f mff JV"X A, fix 7 X 4f lv' f blk. Qin Na-Q 41 x 'f If's a bird, if's a - A X Q x Q' X K we . K A wx-N 'A 1 Q , ,. .WNW -A f X v Ship? Party. On Thursday night, 15 October, the Hotel Bradford hosted MACON'S ship's party. Special liberty policies maximized the crowd, and the spacious ballroom floor was packed with swirling MACON sailors and their dates. A tastefully prepared buffet supper and innumerable kegs of the brew that made Milwaukee famous complemented COlvlONE's music, and contributed to the carefree evening. lf decibels measure enthusiasm, this affair was a spectacular success. The bcnfs that way and the head is - V,-f -Li 'N KN K x g -.4 M, li.. ' Colm before fhe sform 53 F ,e we i EQ J W Le ei 9 , v yy wi 4 A Meanwhile If's here someplace. 7 Nm Thank you, Sir. QQ NR my ff fi I ' W.,-f""' A,--df 'ML .JQLNW M5 ,, And one of fhose, and one of fhese and - aa. USO dance .. A man of disfinciionp A man from The PROVIDENCE Q I X f HF Wg! "Q ix ww ......1..1......1...-......- ,7 y Burp! and more special guests abcarcj. 'wht l'll drink fo that - and fhaf - and fha! - 'Y Change of Cornrnanci Captain Reuben T. Whitaker, a submariner with twenty five years in the fleet and fresh from a tour as skipper of the U.S.S. Neosho, reported aboard on Monday, 2 November to relieve Captain Wylie. Following conferences with his department heads, the new Captain inspected his crew and the entire ship. Then in the traditional change-ot-command ceremony, he exhorted the crew to maintain the standards of performance attained under Captain Wylie. The departing Captain recalled with pride and a touch of sadness the unusual cruises that had marked his tour. The two men, contrasting in physique and manner, read their orders and exchanged salutes. A new era began. A, ,. was 9 V 6 hemp, r xwswk . X the best cruise in the best Navy - A ss s "'++-1-A Best of luck Farewell, Skipper! I 1 E E I I I 4 5 I 1 t l Q Xp Yard overhaul. The extended yard period in the fall of 1959 was the first for the MACON in 18 months. Decks were renewed, gun mounts were chipped to bare metal and repainted, and boilers were broken down and purged of accumulated soot. "Brown baggers" arriving and departing almost caused one to forget that one's business address was both mobile and powerful. Orphans, scouts, mid- shipmen and other stray groups toured the MACON with en- thusiasm equal to that of the most impressed foreigner. The holi- days were celebrated colorfully and joyfully. Families plied the passageways awaiting the carving and serving of Thanksgiving and Christmas turkeys. The family of MACON drew closer as the tie that bound its members rested silently alongside Pier Seven West. 'T 4 X s x t X ' .4 Q it Qkwf 1 . -1 :sw A ,Nm I . -,X Q. lf - K WM I '-B ' .Xxx K .W "3 x six fb, r' - ,X 6 X N... 'X X -Xm , 1 fans! ,W J. " ' , 'im "1" "Y-K-., K5 M--Q 'fi if 3' Take me fo your leader A f . f w. Or else! X n -4- E pw N E? W .,, .5 4 -,I Q' S , I 'X 3 Y . ,,,,.L5 . Ji Yeah, lef s see you get If off Q - 0 . C . ,--,- .,. 1 "Y J v-d -- .1 N5 '., , 6 I - A 1, Ks r"'f??35rLai'f Ffviw-+114 13 ,Lg ,. kr., , ,....,.,Qf. MQ., ,!-. .. W h 5? 'Q JZ-.W ,..,,. .-.1 ,qv-,-, -- . iw ' s ,T Lf:-Q,.i':..A - -4g'.'..,,g1,'... pi.. Q- .V ,. .,.,-vf0:f- . f, ,' , . ,.-,3 - .. . V-fm., ,'4-- , 1 L .:.,.w.. ---, 4' f 3j""g:77',y,,j'.' '.P"!'i-uf- -, Q. , .- I v- . S -A .gf-eau.--'-,,:,cvf1 ... .Q x .,. - wr' . , 3--.,L,f, N. 1 ..-W-, ,Q-. 1-.gf - . ,H ,, . .J -J.Q.,'."ILT , f 4 . .Uv -24-,........ A , -Aw we if Y., 'sh-G l l 10 Noverxlber l Marine Birthday p8,I'TJY- The Marine detachment celebrated the 184th birthday of the Corps on November Z1 10, l959. The dignified occasion, replete with dinner and dancing, was heralded as l a superior party by all who attended. l l 1 l a 'S-. Say Chief, you gof a liffle mo-re of fhaf sfuff? -.'Jv Oh how we danced - l , l yt' Y D T , ,, E K X24 ,J Noi Q How does if feel, Ch:ef'? Veferan's Day Parade. Ni' ,M lf , FF? sei a ex fk 1 S. nf , , fi gs X . 'shi id X F 'I' K Vfuhlnmvgpdlhefhnbmy wATun Righf up fheir alfey. Mafvfx Cold. and Wet, Wet and Qcvld. 7-Us-.L-1 mnsmf .1 :n 11, X Dclmocles' sword K J ui Nw-N FN And slippery. 15 i 2 . 'fx 1 5 ! l 1 ? 1 1 1 E 1 V i 1 The Super-Chief. i 41 ff Y- fx . lr 1 X w sf X + I " M, : '- . , I -- QL-.. -4 i fs. fb... 'ruoq Qs:--.-e ., 4 ' 'l. x fs - ii' GQ f Y Oufhouse Five. 1? 3? ? I ,i 1 1 A S 3 we H af! 4' if X55 'ii lk, 1 'E .3 F V Ei 4 70 I: :5 Q a 1 x -'E 6 .P . , .K g tix Thanksglvlng - Even the turkey was stuffed. 1-an-gf f . In MM Yes, there a Santa. Claus. "ffTN9v-H ' 4 owls? Z x ws ff , xv-mmk ff NZ f ,cw 7 Z 9' 5 1 Z Jw Q f 1 3 f YQ, , X 'Ns-nl xx K Sv fi N XX 2, My f,A, . 4.4 The Ops' Office? While visions of sugar plums danced in fheir head 73 I 'iii' 2 , Mm 4. .Q T .mm -'M ' t ci. the year turned. 1 MACCN's cruise to distant South America in direct support of the Com mander-in-Chief was a late edition to the Caribbean itinerary. th Scuttlebutt of this complex operation was already rampant when new year bid the old adieu, and it was only a few days after our depaflsgi Q from Boston for evaluation of the ANXSPS-30 radar that the initial H1955 confirming MACCN's key role in "Operation Amigo" was received. MACON exchanged winter for summer as it bobbed in the Caribbean and 1 then pointed southward for the lonq ocean voyaqe to Buenos 1girGS.l-Afqegtlglz I' Cn 7 February, she called briefly at Trinidad, a sizzlinq tropical isle O coast of Venezuela, to receive on board RADM E. C. Stephan, Comfnaniljg South Atlantic Force and his staff, who commanded the task force dGS19na to execute this unusual mission. l G 1960 People To People Radaif' Evalnation Operation Ainigo Crossing the Line The United States N any Bana r i t i t t l 4 me f K MQWWLZ 'W lff M f f WI X . RADAR EVALUATION CRUISE Visits to Puerto Rico and Trinidad On a crisp, clear Ianuary day, Monday the 4th day of 1960, MACON steamed south for Puerto Rico. The ensuing evaluation of the ANXSPS-30 radar proved frus- trating in the early weeks of the Caribbean operations. Beset by one material failure after another, the electronics group worked long hours to put the "3O" back on the line. 'When the equipment was operational CIC personnel labored long days with the radar to complete the schedule of tests within the originally assigned time. The result of this alternate teamwork proved highly satisfactory, but the achievement was gained through beaucoup de perspiration and even a few tears along the way. The sporadic radar operations in lanuary extended MACON's liberty time in San Iuan and its environs. And few of those un- connected with the radar installation ignored the opportunity to go ashore. The pictures that follow largely reflect the pleasurable times in San Iuan-the beach and the healthy climate, the night clubs and casinos which appear in retrospect to have been the main attractions. "There goes the second klystron tube, now what." "Split." "Charlie Two, homeplate l5O." These were the phrases that came drifting out of CIC as the port and starboard evaluation teams struggled daily through ten to twelve hours of SPS 30 radar evalu- ations. While the evaluators in Combat stared intently at their scopes watching for a glimpse of a blip representing a high speed target, the men in the radar room and the dare devils on the antenna platform located on the main mast were determined to keep the "30" on the line. Miraculously the radar tests MACON set out to accomplish were complete when the ship set sail for Trinidad to begin her long cruise south to Buenos Aires. A hearty "Well Done" was due the Cl and CE divisions and the engineers who lent an oft- needed assist. I dunno, it looks like cn sexfanf. Yo human-1 hi M4411 Q B Mu 5-'fm M' X ?.I'..1f--N.. oo -.Q H. F o Q . oooo Q QT' A if 3 2 Q S if o ...af -1. is W o ,Q o -s 77 E I Q Q S ld Tir ? L ii i bi 4 1 I X X Na L Ex' ' ' A 5 X 1 QQ Lx k in Make-believe pull Popgurls. And wafch your fingers. "I A m i QNX ur--....., .-Auf., wx Q 1-Q..-....,,MN K , Av. f' 1 M .. AA ready. 79 1 ' x I ,pau- D- But I clornjt Want to play- 8 I hi QQ 4 L 1 I x 'Z . 1 XJ ff vfv The frouser hold very effechve Q I ' X2 X W R 1 N . 1 . Y wh Q in .N li I W r 30 The trouser hold - 2nd posifion. 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MACON arrived in San luan shortly after noon on 15 Ianuary. For the old timers there was the familiar skyline filled with very fashionable hotels and modern build- ings. Here was obviously one of those cities of the future. MACON men soon assimilated the tour- ist status as they filled the beaches during the day and enjoyed the Caribbean enter- tainment at night. Many men broke away from the confines of Puerto Rico's capital city to visit the coastal beaches and the tropical delights of the Rain Forest. As the pigment of the skin darkened un- der the influence of the sun's steady rays, more and more reports were received of Boston's miserable winter weather. "Boy, we're lucky," was the usual comment despite the long separation from the families at home. F fx EV sly Sorry, no minors. Arch of Banyans VV- L . if FN ai .:a. One, two, three, kick' we .mia X TSW' PM X Q N we X M wg kr, me x if - 1 X 'fm 1 Fe J XX. 1 f f V fm-,g x if A-Z?" Q A g,,v,,, RXAX X X N rx, Think! or Think! or the thinking men, it or maybe if I cheat- i wf I f it A ,X ,, M, .M N, Qd..-ff The tannery. 1 The elokomin mefhod. 4 NOW -QQffn,'ff Heave' 4 'Q I vig .- 1 " ' R4 X M X5 x as LL ,.,:- the smoking lafflp is out throughout - . 7 x f 5, . ,q Y f ff 'fs , 1 fx X, f f if f 1- A wr ,,, , .V , v V -fp. 1, My -N, -.v ,1u,,,o", wr' 'K' Y , -'fa' X" +1 I W. - ' ., -in . ,4j ,,, -up ,, .5 , A I .,..,. ' , f f X----5 1 ' X . .x .K-K'-' ,,,.f Q an kk... f an-W - wM,,,g, V , X v -,, J 9 1 I1 f , ., zfy ij .. f 1 f X f ' W UZ 4 f, , , in .UW fmyfy XZ' 9 4, -fi, ffl- - 1 ff K 7 - f- fl 1, N 'N x 'N WEL., , Q f . s.,-if ii l L if The end of an era. 88 X svn. Z hx, b.....f Nuns, A k f M, 9, , Q ,Q z, 2 4 X, ,V 5, , XJ, 77 ' ,' If ,L rg W 3 Q Z , X , Q '3 .gy , ff ffffffv' , ' f "', ,W S Y , W K Boafs, deparhng OI division, atteri-hut' ,,....A"'4.e mis -.XX K S ASH 58' w' , ,, S X is xx, xv - A X- .f",l CDR Sherman wonfed cm olbofross, buf we had fo seffle for fhis. 2 .f X if V - '1 1 :ew ff l 1f1 -' of Q W mf VSKWXHM, I f .fows , ,aff f ' 1 I Yeah, well, you don f look so brighl, eifher. in - L 89 5 'LCA' A, fo fl .. Yi, yy, This night life is killing. p-H-.. I M - I c1in'f scoredp honesf, I c1in'f Boogie or Beefhoven bop or Bach Mr Ordcrhl plays fhem all 90 rg tx 'tiff f Whof's the matter, you guys on the right? Didn'f you get it? Amid the shouts ot "Get him!" and "Come on, let him have it!" MACON launched several very enjoyable smokers replete with boxing, Wrestling, singing and pantomimes. With many beautiful, warm afternoons and evenings at sea, the fan- tail became a combination boxing ring, vaudeville stage and concert auditorium for the rousing music of the U.S. Navy Band. Jarhead talent Romrod and the boys COMSOLANT No, really, we-'re glad to have you. Commander South Atlantic Force, RADM E. C. Stephan, and his staff were embarked aboard as CTF 86, with the responsibility of discharging the Navy's mission in Operation Amigo. A submariner with nearly 30 years exper- ience, and in his present billet more accustomed to riding destroyers, than cruisers, RADM Stephan characterized his trip aboard the MACON with the phrase, "We never had it so good." Sharp, very sharp 'X mf 1 , 6 -X f . fx -w...,,,M iq., 1 I m ,b W7 Q J las if ,H+ :- X i 2 ' 4 I f. X -Q f X , I 2 ff' L ml The sea's a bit rough, Commander, l'lI be in my cabin. 1. i V M +3 I Q i, m s i 93 Q i I E Trinidad ll ll All clay all nighf Marrianne X! i.et's give this "BWI Shuffle" 0 little concentration. 1...-N BEM t 'gn' " 3 '- ti- i Y ' my Wvfahx J K 1 .xl in s ' ,pi f m T 5i,ax,iiZ"' 1 vs f Ns. "'W"" sw X , es N' wi V i , ffl' , A i ' x . . . And just how did that photographer get here? The steamy isle of Trinidad, formerly a British possession, and now an independent, as- sertive leader of the semi-autonomous Federated West Indies, lies off the coast of Venezuela. A rich luxuriant green in the summer rainy season, it contains rich deposits of oil which American and British companies cultivate assiduously. The American Naval Base of Chaquaramas has vital strategic importance to successful American de- fense of and control of the Caribbean in time of hostility. In addition, COMSOLANT, with his com- mand of the sprawling South Atlantic area, makes his headquarters at Chaquaramas. Trinidad greeted MACON for brief one-day visits on its journey to and from South America. The rhythmic music of the native steel band en- sembles, and the relaxing effect of 20C rum and cokes and other similarly priced drinks provided the main diversions, after the work of embarking and disembarking the Admiral and his staff had been completed. 95 t Limbo, Lirnbo, Lirnbo But if's nof physically impossible TI-IE UNITED STATES IN' .AV Y' A JSI' JD On Inauguration Day, March 4, 1925, President Coolidge signed a special act of Congress, which designated the Wash- ington Navy Yard Band as the permanent official Band of the United States Navy . . . on that day, its name was changed to the United States Navy Band. Thus hon- ored, the Band abandoned its bell-bottom trousers and adopted the smart looking regulation uniform of the Navy Chief Petty Officer. In the years that followed - under Presidents Coolidge, Hoover, Roosevelt, Truman, and Eisenhower-the U. S. Navy Band has played before appreciative au- diences in all forty-eight states, as well as in Canada, Alaska, Puerto Rico, Panama, Iamaica, Haiti, and the Virgin lslnds. Today the United States Navy Band is composed of 134 individual artists, many of whom could take his place with the greatest ofthe world's symphony orches- tras. The duties assigned to the Band re- quire unlimited versatility . . . its renditions of compositions from the pens of world- renowned composers have been acclaimed by critics and music lovers everywhere. The Navy Band contains within itself a complete Symphony Orchestra which presents the works of the great masters as skillfully as any group in the country . . . on the other hand, its "Swingphonette" adds sparkling personality to light operas, and the latest Broadway show tunes. Count- less weary, lonesome service men find relaxation in dancing, or listening to the NGVY Band's melodious dance orchestra and combos in USO centers and hospitals tlf1fO1lQhout the D.C. area. Those who de- sire more restful harmony can hear one of the Band's soloists, trios, quartets, quintets, Or the entire string ensemble in Washing- ton's National Gallery of Art, the Phillips Memorial Gallery, or the Pan American Union. The Navy Band's summer concert series are an institution to concert-gfoers of Washington and visitors alike. These concerts, beneath the imposing dome of the Capitol, and at the Potomac Watergate with the majestic Lincoln Memorial in the background, continuously draw capacity audiencesscn music lovers who relax on the lawns or tid-space on the crowded marble steps to hear this famous organ- ization. The winter concert series at the Departmental Auditorium is considered one of the highlights of Washington's concert season. The finest music is pre- sented at these concerts with no admission charge to the general public. The Navy Band traditionally appears at funeral services for Navy men in Arling- ton National Cemetery, but by and large its duties are of a more festive nature: It is an indispensable part of Washington's colorful parades, inaugurations, ceremon- ies of State, and often it is the center of attraction at the White House. As you listen to the Navy Band's glor- ious blending of woodwinds and brass, its mastery of strings and percussion in- struments . . . and swell with pride as you watch its colorful parade formations . . . you will realize that this is the proud rep- resentative of your Navy, speaking to you and to all the people in the universal lang- uage of music. Although its fame extends the world over, the Navy Band finds its greatest pleasure in playing for Americans in their cities and towns, large and small, throughout the country. This is your United States Navy Band . . . the wor1d's finest. ..8.I'lC3. the band played OD RADM Stephan commends fhe Bandsmen. zifxx R x X Exfraordinary jazz combo. m E E R i X . H I f A bb X Drummer. , I . 5, - ,M i1Q Qin Mil E. I ! 1 11 1 , , , K 1 V I 1 E l 1 1- gi U, 1 V U N s fl I rl yi 1 x 5 Af '3- , , M, . ,., --4 Don'f mind if I do. 2 Aifigi 4Z!n:.Z:n Mila? ' V A rap! wordroom. """'-s-Q.. "aim", , z ,V v,,Q5lu--5' .fx wt Ni M gg. X Eh xx gs J YN 5 'KL gtk es.. ,pri 1 J X I Happy Birthday to you f 5 'r F II ' M Seo Chanfers enferfain I I Hmmm .,....Y, ,sn I . ' ui I 1 If N. If X , Q, X QF 5 , fx i ff 'X ,, X 1 A' 'Q.l,L,-4 il' f x. X i I 1 5 1 1 f ? h A I 1 I i Crossing the Line 12 February 1960 While the official Navy customs and traditions connected with Crossing the Line cerei monies are precise in every detail, the age old ceremony has only a small core of ritug which can be expanded in any direction that the Mighty Shellbacks' imagination ITIGY lea ' The Equator, altthough normally thought of as a straight line of no latitude and QiVi1'1g HO trouble to the neophyte navigator, will long be remembered as a bolt of lightning bY Over a thousand Macon men and members of the U. S. Navy Band. The day before Crossing the Line Day witnessed a Pollywog Humiliation Program Which was highlighted by skits and unusual costumes prepared by the lowly PollyWoQS- The dal' was climaxecl by a visit from King Neptune's ernissary Davy Iones who the Captain wel- comed to the ship. "Skull and Crossbonesf' emblem of the famous "lollY Roger", was hoisted to MACON3 mammast Friday, February 12, preceding arrival of King Neptune and beginning 6 dal' in hades for the lowly Pollywog. Some 250 shellbacks played the satanic role devising every form of torture for the un fortunate landlubbers in an effort to make 1100 new denizens of the deep e continuous crack of shillelaghs on the lower spinal column but partially describe what treachery took place mbers of h1s Maiesty s Court including the Royal Queen the Royal Doctor the ROYB ntist and the Dev1l sounded out the crew whether they be shellbat ks that follow th sea or slimy pollywogs er five hours of testing the crew King Neptune and h1s court renewed satisfaction i th IS was an honorable ship and a brawny crew and permitted pts age into the solemn ITIYS teries of the ancient order of the deep Th 1 I 1 ll ll I 1 S Me ' ' ' , ' ' , . 1 De ' ', , T i ' 9 Aft "" rw ,, L '. ' ha' ' ' , ' ., Us o' it . r ' iff- Sallors indulge m pre-line-crossing revelry! rf' , Q3 f Wm, f , W 0 Sf rg. , My Q M "ff x "K -X N X LW' MU' , ,X ,, W ,V l f H M ' ' 4 lf ., ff A if if' 'iv' 4KrifFr A, la Tiff J, 1 . 14 Nm- ' Q, N W ! 4 , I 1 ,1 w e in ! I S s 1 f i 1 e 1 i -H12 I I Te-drum and woe ,x f x 77 ,il Zi, X, Xxx XXX Q 'QB 5 Ndfff When knighfhood was in flower I l . 9996, 9997, 9998 It 'QP ar , Lf? x X , , ' , E 2 I I I I I I I I I I I I I ' . E Ready - aim - FIRE! I . I . I a -Q.,-A ,, I 54 I I I 1 I! I I I . I I I II .I :I 5. I I. .. I I . I I I Sit up and beg. 1Wifiv'f'k: il 4F1"4Z4f?fjlQS'I5IiQgXTF-.L""f?7'II M5 ,ik ! ,4-f' 'P' '35 Qi: vw 4:8 1181 - -I MN. MACON diving champ - in the backward flip. - And for fair complexions, we recommend I con'f look X 355325 5 5 1 I 1 5 ,mf 47. HTL , N 4 4 in lg? af, gg! 5 .W if E N x A 'k x Q- wwe . Xxgog AQK- fx xo X lx x.fx. IO8 Pollywog Horafion announces our invasion info Nepfune's wafers For if's one, fwo, fhree sfnkes . i X or X X A ,W Q N f W , X X X R ww 0 Q- X YQ.. A QN EQMQX Q. - oo F -sober 111e11 and true. 9 ' if , is Av When I say jump,- x A perfecf casfing job The Equatoriafl Crawl- or getting there the hard. Way 'Vfigjx I H Q t eff' 'aid' Avasf ye hearhes - hlf em harder. ' MACON is a social flop - noone's doing fhe hula hop! M-'V' Haiti M141 .:".., Dear Mom spent the day relaxing In MACONS spacious swim- r L I've 'vvaiteci rnonths for this. Nepfune's lackeys flex muscles. Man, that fasfes good! .A , X fr' Q! X K x W , Y 7 W, Q iff 6 . ,.l 4 X mx 'VI Y d 5 .- : f I, 1 w A , n A 2'?'! 1+ The five heralds. ,f ,f z,'X If Q: V,s iw L , L. ,ir o X ,Wi , A gwi Avi o kg ,,,mr'w AM K WX ' x.., X X 'XE7 v x , 7 ., Ar X X Q! E X' f, ' X 'w,, 4 f'rQ , ' R X ' 9 X e1 5 fwo QM KM? Q S M5 LAY , ' I if rn Fgip V, on xii' L 1" 4-5 fig- f in 1 iff f , I ,Www ,ly f X , 2, .f , 1' li 4 7 2 'Q? 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XX K , -vaknfl. sn, Spit and polish - shine for SOLANT. Rio nigh . . . Anchors aweigh 2 A 5? .P Vi xii ' x I ,I 121 RIO IDE! JANEIRO Beautiful Rio de laneiro, nestling amongst jagged hills and mountains, beckoned MACON to its beaches and bistros and breathtaking ascents on two separate occasions. f sWXWgef5,sv, X C0 Jam Q Qgj, , , t, . .. 'H ,X X-'fzfyf 12 M--I . A r' pxlf eff ' 9 ,., Xa X - if! K I 1 X , ,sf-""" J,-- ,F i -4, X. 37 K f k 4' 7 v , J ba A gnu. xv, lr.. N! .v-iv s ,. sb . Xa: i 'A '-t . Q X , W X 1 f' X W.- A N' ir WA - I K t dx -Q ......,, X X X ' i 5 my K- ' N., Xhh-V ' X MN Q' Y 1 x W- W-'linux-i345-6,5 wx? x, xxx: :Hx Nh A as xx ,Q V if .iw K ws..,,NQk av X. X. 'Q' ,P 'f Xie x X I ,M i,u'9-, A "NN t W - as X X .X v X 'inset . 'V .rf V.. 4--4. . s 5 1 K, 04 -, t -6 -N-.SQ M- Q s. t.ci Qitgklui . 1. - A V B Q., U in Qll M 5 X X.. Q 'lq- X an NN 'N if ' ,rv .fe N' , hmm., . x "Hyun:-w-w I ilu 2 is The old and the new - downfown Rio. 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My X .3 ' ' '- , , . ,L V. V ,- . 'ffm :RM ,i Q Hg V L Q is Q Lg f.. 5, ,A A .' O1 i ,, + jx, .. ... LL LL V N L . , j L L X A 1 - '- -5 '.. 4? L, .Q V . Zh in s. , 'V f . opacabana Beach. Lois of sun, sea and girls. sn . , I 5 in 'L sf .s . A ..., ii L: N 4 I -4. . 'P' 3.- Q gig, . s .rs X - M M fd A . My i , , , , f Jai L, z I. X .. if-T" 1 , .A ,?I,,f.,,.p,3..,. 'N . X is Rapid Transit fo all Poinfs. ,W.,,M. mu W is ef :P i 'f' IX ,J M,..A,Vw rr-N 1 wflxfcuxv- Q. p Z . 'r -, Q 1 x 5 gn.. iw F Q -Ag, JN if N' X is .X X. x 'Q Y 4 f 'RTN xo-- f" fi x. A Eff! K X s 5' X I,,x xx K? fn X X 1 ' L i xx' 1 x , Ns X A ix V , X X SX 9 I S , X Sf: J: , Y X xii . QNX R51 1 : s X' 4 x .X " gi.:- Ev. ' 2, ig is X Who you calling Big Fish? n 453 au lui ll an as up up rm In if L- if Ei -.N ,N , wr 5s xv NN 1. I ' Nl SA .41-..,4 i nil. Q-S41 lxarnl ' ls .:'f'l W ' 3 4' 'll' L, H. 45" 1 3 - . ln. sa, ng ag vl ,, M, E Q 1 it .fl ,g, ,, S! its lt QL 'I it it i, :if ,iw lil l l -r lg . I l v l z 5? 5 5 si 5 l ,N .iw till' , , 522 iff xfl' Lx. I I . i i 5 l l'1 it 3 i I r ll lg it 'g ,v,' 1 i i i I , Il 2 l tit :QQ i 1 l i l , l 1 , ll, 5, ft gtg. iq' 4 , l 1 1 t Q EUENOS AIRES The 9th of July Avenue's Obelisk. The citizens of cosmopolitan Buenos Aires, exuding unexpected frlendsllzg and good-will, received MACCN and its men for two weeks. lmpfesslve W1 its relaxed, assured pace in contrast to bustling, teeming Rio de lfifleifof Buenos Aires was quickly recognized as a fine and fascinating City. The People of "'B.A." showed great interest and enthusiasm fgl' its MACON, and more than 43,000 visitors streamed across her main deck 111 .9 course of the visit. Parties and dances highlighted the gay carnival season In Buenos A' d ' ' ' f ires, an the n1ghtlY social Pace was intense for manY members O the ship's company. ln contrast with this relaxed and gay pace, a few frenzied souls led by the h' ' C ' t s IDS ommunicator, worked patiently, and eventually successfully' 0 fulfill the operational reason for MACON'S South American mission. Reliable m . . ' t, co mumcations between Washington and the location of the touring Presiden with MACON providing an important back-up link, were successfully Gslab' lished. ff' f is 9 l'll take the one on the left. x--Qi ,Vw nk .-5' vw'- LP -5 , ,,,,, -4 In "4m'gv-w 6 Ai 4 Q w ww 1 X 'ie gf gi mf If , MXH XE Igg i !f'pgX w fA 'Q ig N QQ Tv 54 ex! I ii , ' ,aa U, S Nr 4 L v X LX H I Q 4 ima, f ray A .Va 'WZMQ 0 db 127 ,.,,.. ! 1 ww V. - 1 W n f Y N X "lk X AIX' x v fs w 5. K J f X 'Rx ,I - f 'A L V 1 r ,- f P fi, we X ' V W Militia' as The Liberator, General San Martin The rnillcrnan takes a Wine break .. x V., mfg 2 OO In S19StS.. Tlrne km, 130 ff These intersections will get you everytime A41 1 . 9 1 4 ive.+,,.i,! W,--ff HV ' H If . - 5' ' '07 Q a 6 ,sf " 7,5 nt I 'X " ' Q DK 'Y J Q 1 S4 i 'l Us K. 4 V 1' fwnz Q 9? Protocol is observed ns Argermfincfs Foreign Minisier escorfs fhe President. People to People in person ,, Thousands filled fhe 9th of July Avenue fo greef fhe President 1 lx 3 .fl es., . ee --f-Lf ..'- ' fl: e ,ififrrfl l f ' Q l . fs' N 1 'U My 'W Illlqrl 1 " f l A 2 g ,.-2 E' 1 .4 5 7 1 .. 1-4- .Il ,- 11 he ,.- -i lfli 'Q z P Q ' B , . gl 1 i 3 I fi fi I A , is :il ?3 is '5 i v 1 QL, 25 5 hfjgx 'Y S . 134 1 .1 ,pew ri" gms ig Caught. Buf I like Coke. 15 A x r , 1 +4 2 mf f thx 'NNN 3 , 5 1 I 1 7 1 f A g , I , 2 Y Nkfx . This is the way we do if in Indiana South American bandsfand. r L A if 3, ,, R' Si i aff Chow .ASADO-ESSO Club Style ...W J'-F '-.QW if! 5, Gym and Fencing Club ,xx Who's cz minor? g-1 'U 5 1, yi , T L. W!! 1 I n P I x I E I k l I Y 1 1 Carnival tirrle in Buenos Aires. Q l, i I i 'Sl 1 i 1 'V . , P N 3 4 .Q 1 j! 411. R gg ,,, ,M It Q 4 In Az" I I 4 'Q ,,.. I i 1 gy! A, 1 , 1 In f ,Y Flu --5 ,f ....,.,f-"" 4 I x :ki K A -f -fx, I , , . .v x XY . Fv g 4 :P 4 Jill I Qi 1 ,' 7 Q X, U, X ia gg if X ir K 5-M. f-pw' k, K No kid, l'm not your mother. Local color - music of the Pampas 139 Ready - A.iI11 - Fire! n fx - ww ' -ff-fw , A-, ff nz f yd r ,, v S ' ' as 4 , 1 if 3 ff. Y .sm Mi W 7 x Max., . . By the way, he made if. 1, vi Q A swinging feam. ' gig, X Q XJ W fn Z W .W , ff C , I I if Y W, xr g ' 4' fl In - S Q ' f , V 5 x ' f Q2 A , , I g ' f ,f ,f A 1,3?-545 Q .. Q f if ' x ' . X V, 'J f 7 ff' '3i'H ' , if fV2 f .- " wi- " aww 0 hh 'Q X It np I , 1 MW ,, M U 141 I5 Q' ' M No, you c3a,11't have it! Gef that Ball! ,yx,k,,w,, .W ' x ,, f 1 qw fw k zfW vw ff, K ff , . I5 , W ..,, "" f,, Q! I 0. , hx MQW 'R Q , . S N. ix 1' Sei poinf, Mr. Davies. 'Qui f , X QI- E X NA 4 Well, we fried. . we Q w 4 5, V 1 . ja, 3 73 ' H ' 2 J i: W 4 IA if 'Fi xy' fl . X 1 gba Y Q5 4 . 'E -vvelggrne Aboard, Ambassador mm tx I , W x 5 ff 1 X f NX' , t if UQFV' aat . I K , ,, 1, - Q WQL3! I i K -a x a Q fy M1 1 fx K X XXY'. 1 NQ N N XX -,x AQ- na, W Q-5- 1 Q X .QQ Xa I The Ambossador's family goes Navy X 144 F 1 K g , ' ' 'Q K ' l Il my 1 illgslilii 1 -f wr in fi nl....J L....J 9 fm ,X Ki Mayor, this is cz typical dinner for the crew. 1 i'm not out of place, honesf x S What do you call it in Spanish? , I ll. K 5 J Q A Z3 w i.m 3 wwf' Admiral arid. the Captain host reception aboard. the ship kan ,fu i , X 'CUPfU'f', fhe Admiral on the left is . . . i gg if 6 f 5, A ,MM Segundo Commandanfe. I 7 Q ,dw fm nv cf Duel at nighffall. 'H 1 I 3 E. 1 1 11 11 -5 11 11 11 1 1 11 I 1 1 1 1 1 Q 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I Farewell . . . BueI1OS -A-1I'9S ., W You have made our visif an enjoyable one by your able assnsfance 15.1 rw A-uw' As a foken of our clpprecgqnon 11 ww K aff: X 1 X ,f w 1 'T V 1 N 'fix 1 'E' 1 1 1 gf? 1 eff' iii 1 5 1 hi 1 ,' 1 1 1 1 1 '71 "vi '? - 1 1 1 E 1 4 b ' ' 1 150 f wk . 32 If has been a pleasure, Commander, fo serve your fine ship X s ' 1 I if Q, Q' 'W ef 3410"-is T f, 9 ' I X , 5 My Y . 'iv A f .... . . ., fl ,. , jk, .AWK X R ' :5 gs Sm.: 2 n . ' - . , . f fc-V..-...,','f.. e X1 l XF b' ., Wwgs I x 5 . at X x x, X : ,xx .. . . .xnkxlxvy K s. - , NR , fi Q wg? W X 2 IW If 'xl 3522 4 Ten thousand eager lisfeners. , A 'A X' - I U' gf Giir X F W ' ga sa 'Q L' .4 H' LMA J '-if w lst W x 'K xx 4 W M ' f , K 1 ' D L 4 I g , , I give you the Sea Chanters. A -K ,M bud From the fables down of Morey's, to the . . . 4--, .QW H-A ,gang-f 5 31--W Frank Sciomonelli and his Post Horn. ff . Thank you, laclies ,wx , ,N X X 1 21, f 1 B Bef' soloist, receives enthusiastic approval. Mitchell Morris, famed tenor and gentlemen. tv 27 I 7 x N V N X X ' X X JN, 3x S 01' gi , , , ,CA ' V M Z .,?W 5 I vi LX 7 '1 L Y .A-59:11, For those who gave their lives . . 3 ' ' 57' Q x . x if e e f 2 ,ATV U vg,:1, 51 ' 1 I sz x ef f X ll s it O -1, .ff 1 X nigh er' , v , e fp de 23 A ey ' me Q., if? 5' " 'X Zim X L X iii xx fx, ,e ff ww it V 0 V , N QQXX 'li f KQNS31 n S- .wvxxw N, .E f X XV 4 X ,W 552 ' ZZ! I The Navy Hymn. HH uh: h Yllnll h'nr'1f'ii Tiiwi I I 'lhiTlTii"1 F I " IITYTITH I 1 .4 ' L , 4 L L3 -, ' ,-',"f'1- 'P' ' .wulefi 17' 3 ' 1 . F-In w . ', , -Yi ,, 1- V. MACON salutes her 1 ost u ll i'gf1iTifi1l1 n 1 ymlTfYIflIx'li I l1 V 2 fg, N ,J Qa' i' up M wi F9-4-. EVM'-Q' Y 'P ,mv " of '- a' 'Af-A '14 1 'Pxv w AE' U On Sunday, 7 February 1960, about 90 men of the United States Navy Band walked aboard our ship in Trinidad. ln the intervening weeks we came to know these men well. Someone once said that the man whose heart had listened to the music of a lovely melody was in honor bound to set the whole world singing. These men truly set the music of life ringing in our own lives. For this we shall always remember them with gratitude. But even more important, these men set melodies ringing in the hearts of our South American neighbors. So, on Thursday, 25 February 1960, one of our own aircraft, manned by a crew from VR 1 at Patuxent River, took twenty of our band aboard their aircraft, along with eleven members of an ASW team, bound for Rio. About 1315, in a mid-air collision, thirty-five Navy men lost their lives. ln a real sense these men are heroes. They gave their lives in the cause of peace! They were ambassadors in the highest and best sense speaking a universal language to the hearts of men without regard of border, breed or birth. Our Executive Officer p-ut it well when he said that these men . . . all of them . . . have represented our country with courage and distinction. What seemed to be a voyage which would be remembered as "The Presidential Cruise" will always be recorded in our hearts as "The Cruise of the United States Navy Band." We wish it were possible- for us to tell the wives, the sons and daughters and the fathers and mothers of our departed friends that to have been ship- mates with them has been truly a thrilling and rewarding experience. It will be profitable for us to recall the reason we loved them so well: they gave of themselves freely and unstintingly. Truly, they did their best to set the whole world singing. For this, we shall remember them. IN MEMORIAM LT. JOHANN HAROLD FULTZ WILLIAM F. ALBRECHT Muz ELMER L. ARMIGER Muc HENRY BEIN Muc MILTON c. BERGEY Muz ROBERT L. CLARK MU1 ANTHONY M. D'AMlCO MU1 ALBERT J. DESIDERIO MusA REYES s. GAGLIO JR. MU1 RICHARD D. HARL MU1 GERALD R. MEIER MU1 RAYMOND H. MICALLEF MUC JAMES A. MOHS MUC WALTER M. PENLAND MUC EARL W. RICHEY MUC JEROME ROSENTHAL MUC VINCENT P. TRAMONTANA MU1 ROGER B. WILKLOW MU1 JEFFERSON B. YOUNG MUC LT. ROBERT STUART BROWN iLiaison Oiiicer, Staff COMSOLANTFORD '? ulqg,,,,,,. -an-.., ..,,., , A ' f , ' ' -A 7 ,M--.LW --W., H 'I IJ' I . I X IJ,,,,,,, .. ,,,.,, , , . If f -4,. . l k,A ir. 'YU' Ar W- --ww A J' ' , 1 - dd' ,hw ., ,,,, ggi . I M I H C K -E I g - y 1 I X V 4,5 'A .,A. I fl' 2 I 'K 'P "5 i f 'Aiif : fi 1 X X , . N N "" w " .E . I1-. 5 Q , . 5, A ,, . , , X mx, A ...J W ' mi A ' N 'B 'J Q, it 14 wif fl I "I 1 'I V I . 1 2, I ,Hu N , X ff I ,Q II f ff M1 .J f yy J' 5 ff f X , iii ' . W IJ .. I f 'f f 'gg -A 'N' K f f I ,, 7 ,ff X K L A J W f A W f A fs M I 1 A 4 7 Wu Af J. , ,N " fu., I f,..,,- ,J I1 N Q Qwf X Qff M Us ng " S' -f Q JH- ff II N' l 9 Q x N I Y A , 'U Ny n. " K' mf N s .1 N9 YQ j Sf 3.5" A' Q- 'S -5 if 4- pr 5 ,, O "" Q5 f if - '-1 I I . - fy, A ' ly xx N X Q, 2 4 W 5 on VX D dx bl 1 ,I I If A f ' I III I . ff' , If, II, 4'I ' J I. I I I ,,I I 3 . I I , . I I I III e.I' I I I . . , II. I , ,E IE II3 , X , I T I I ,H I .U IQ, 2 I I I . lg ,ml I I I4 I II E HI H- IM 1 I In In I I I .,. I ,,I., I II fs f THE OFFICERS 'Ist Row CI-rj LTJG J. T. KISH, CWO C. J. QUEEL, LTJG J. T. FIELD, CAPT. C. A. BARSTOW, LT H. B. BARNER, LCDIR LT R. J. MALAGODI, LT W. R. CURTIS, R. W. BELOW, CDR V. J. MANCUSO, CDR E. G. KELLEY, LT F. M. MC CRAW, 'lst LT J. A. MARTIN, LTJG W. R. HUBER, LTJG C. K. MULLIN. 2nd Row Il rj LTJG M S JOHNSON LTJG L. BONADIES, LTJG C. E. BURNS, LTJG R. A. WALTERS, ENS. E. M. PASSERINI, LTJG D. A. HARDT, LTJG P. C. FOSSETT, LTJG A. M. MORRISON, LTJG G. W. DAVIES, LTJG D. S. SMITH, LTJG H. B. MORRIS, LTJG S. N. ORDAHL, LTJG D. E. BELCHER, LTJG J. C. LAWRENCE, LTJG R. R. LEOPOLD, LTJG D. A. GUZI, LTJG R. L. SMALLIDGE, LTJG S. STEED, LTJG R. J. SAMPSON, LTJG R. H. HAHN. 3rd Row II-rl ENS J. B. LEONARD, ENS A. J. SMITH, ENS F. M. BOHEN, ENS J. R. ROBERTS, ENS D. W. SMITH, ENS H. P. GEORGE, CWO R. P. ROTH, ENS G. A. BOWLEY, ENS C. J. ALBRECHT, WO P. L. WOOLLARD, CWO W. G. MURPHY, CWO N. R. BARRETT, CWO T. P. DELANEY, WO A. F. SWENSON. M , -- fx , 1. 2' If, 1 . M29 in .f!.1,g. f. W iii- ,JI 9 w . A f I gf. x M545 'f,, , , 3. f ,N I W I I , 1.1 , " ',,.:fy 9- 7,.2J I ' f f .. . ' 1... .3 ff ,, T51-W I Nr.. ' W wZ"'N4??' ,wwf-A . . xv ,vw """' f ,, f,..! J.9g3iY I g Tw , I I "iff ' ' f 1 X if A A A I A I A 3 I " J' EWS 'bf Q 3' ' ' 5' I -f ' .,.. .iff-' xl, gi - I A - fa- . . , ' A N . M :g A YJ- ' 5 f A Y sTi"."'f2 NH Q -7f7X"'fT" ,,,, Ne fx CSM. . 5 THE CHIEFS . - TSI Row gm CHABEREK, E. J., MMC, MATTHEWS, R. w., src, BALDYOA A. Roc KLJNOENSTEIN w w. FTC CARNEY, R. L,, sEC, Kus, J., MMC, NEVINS, E. E., DCC, CONLEY, s. E., BMC, MAONAN,'A., sMC, SCARBOROUGH,,J. w.f g6AI'C,i,MXQlI'IrIT3IEArDlt R. H., ETCs, RODOER, J. O., BMC, JACKSON, H. E., MMC, MC MAKIN, w. P., EMC, wlLCsz, E. J. DKC, ,f . gif. - V is V A ef v .. . . IE? A Af Ag, A , If , . . -J . . -. V-U, N , V E' 5 A . f f 5 . X YE V' I A I Q , , I . A L . . . .. . V Q F . ' X 1. 1-S S . I " ' W' .M , . ,N . . and , f ., N A A. K GUNNERY FIRST DIVISION N Row Ury OEEENHISER R C SN CR055 w.O. BM3 LANGLITZ J C aM2 ROGERS E w GMIG LTJOSJT HPEIIAFITIO R A SN DWDORO J 5 Gm Gmmn DOUGLAS O E OM1 ROBERTSON R N SA OlvENs T E SN BROTHERSMAEHONEY J H BM' WHSON W J BM' 2nd Row IITJ NELsON J A SN CARCHEDI R SN BEST H C SN B SN JONESPG SN 5 BL EK p SN NUS N 5 3rd Row II rj TAYLOR R E SN KNQWLTON J THOMAS R K SN L SA KRASOWSKI T F Q HASLEY A J SA GOUDREAU D R SN MITCHELL E I SN PEFIN nNLMAslf'E:RdCIs'EMTrIAI1ERJc S I W CI if .I K x N N , I f , 'f N 9 ., , J 1 I 'N I 3 . 'NOS A I ' aff- .fl t All . Q Q Xu Q I I A I A ,qi Y I gi If fx. R B L I. 2 , f 5 ' , .An I I 1 3 I 1 'J ' I A ffl? af A 1 41 ' ,ff 'I ' IJ I 2 xl 1,11 II ' 2 'I If I ' 1 - -f I . - -. I , If! HI' I 1 1 , . ., I I ' I, , ' V J - -J , , , ,, , I '62 1 ' ' -I . ' 1 - ., I 'I - v ill If J- M., SN. KYROUAC. 1- R., SN, SKELTON R A 'SN' ' ' ' " 'MT' S- D.. SN, CAMERON, n. H,,sN, HUGHES . . gi 3 I G .I U , ., , Moses, E. A., N, AZIC , R. ., , TO , R, ., SN: SN, l . 'I I, . ., , , . ., . I V up I I , I V V ., , . ., . -J 1 1 - -1 N 1 , . ., , V I -I SN, ' 'UM Agni , , 'fs A Jam fl L A K ,R 9 I . IS"i - Xie ,ffm 'y Y 'L f W X! W 1, A v 2 I K rw I A 5 N I if . ' I . Ni"'L 5' 5 K--, 'N ' -.MEAL A I' I , .1-L' x. x. X I , , , 'Sill V v KX Y' KJIY yxx V 5 xiiix X.. K wa A R ' E .A .X .K - Y ' 1 . i is A . .J GUNNERY SECOND DIVISION m Row fl-rl DAVIS, M. c., SN, coNNER, L. J., SA, LucAS, H. J., SN, SCHABL MccuNE, R. E., SN, WORKMAN, H. G., BMS, LTJG c. K. MULLIN, ENS T. M. GARRGHI'PRSA:uI"cIN6McILnDIgN'AvINH'j SSI' GM1iZA':.LAC.H-iiRbVSVJEg GM2, cooNE, J. E., GMS, LEBARRON, J. s., SN, MANN R. A. SA. ' ' ' ' ' H ow .r R , J. w., SN, WILKEY, D. J., SA, EuRMAN,w. w., SA, DUNHAM R.,O. MCCALL, c. M., SN, UEST, R. c., SN, Lurz, R. R., SN, RIVER'A, E., SN, TRACY, w. M. eMSiJN'w'gEa?:IAIi'RIDMf SA' FORSg 5. D., SA, CASH, D., SN, ROBINSON, w. E. SN, FIORENTINO, L. J., GMS. ' ' ' ' " ' f Row 4-fy CURTIS, J. c., SA, WHITNEY, D. N., SN, MALMOS, J. w., SN, WRIGHT, R. L. s A. T., SN, MESSER, E. K., SN, FARRAR, H. K., SA, LEVJNE, J. R., SA, KEELER, J. H., SN, SCHWAR1r:I,'ILLr:lI1q: SAI" SN' FONZI I 1 'iii L A 793'-" ...Lv . Ti A I V J , . . 5 Y A sg.-5. - I I 1 ' I 1 , I . A I. V if ll X4 b , xx S., S. ,H K. ..., hy.. X W r R X Xrvf ww I I .hh Q - A If v . ' ' A... . i L . A GUNNERY THIRD DIVISION Ist Row U-rj BIRRITELLA, M. KNJ, SN, RUSHMAN, R. W., SN, VENABLE, L. C., SN, RODGERS, J. H., SA, WARD, L. J. GM3 CRAIG A..D. GM3, WHEELER, E.A., BM3, POSEY, W. IND, BM2, ENS J.A. DURKIN, ROBERSON, F. CNJ, GMC1 EDWARDS JIL., GM1, EDWARDS, R.P., GM2, LANE, K.c., SN, JOHNSON, N.J., SN, LIOTTA, E.E., SN 2nd Row QI-rj WEISHAUPT, J.M., SN, PARO, R.M., SN, OOSTERKAMP, W.V., SN, RICH, L.R., SN, KELLER, H.H., SN, MARTY, D.G., SN, VASSALO, R.C., SN, REYNOLDS, L.E., SN, FRANK, R.A., SN, HORNE, R.W., SN, ALLBEE, D.P., SN WEAGLE E.L. SN ISBELL, D.E., SN ' are Rowlfl-rj LASKOWSKI, J.E., SA, GIOCONDO, E.J., SA, HAMLETT, r.A., SN, DIPIAZZA, J.M., SN, GARDNER, J.R., SA, SCHMIDT, R.L., SA 9 GUNNERY FOURTH DIVISION Ma RUSSEL- 1 R J- PEENNJNGER, E. J., GMSN, MITCHELL, R.P. JR., SA, AKERS, L. R., SN, DEEGRGE, J. c., G . suRGf'D.oE.,LGIA3, SMJTH, A. w., BMS, HEITMANN, E. w., BM1, ENS G. E. ENGSTRGM, Meir?-gCKE:I,EC.Sli, SALE. PATNODE, E. A., SM2, LATHwELL, R. w., SM2, TEAGUE, w. c., BMS, HGPPJE, P. J., GM3, HA . - -J I NoLLY, L. a., SN. , .5 . . , J. B., SN, MAJER, w. E., SN, QuJNN, K. E.. SN, PAR . 2"d Row L"'7 FELLERS C L" SA' HOFFMAN' D" SN' MCCLAY . c. SN, wYNTJEs, G. G., LILLEY, D. c., FN, LooMlS, D. G., SN, POTTER, A. L.f SN, sAwYER, w. A., SN, SCHULTZ, S . D' E" SA' BLACHOWMK' J' F" SN' AINE B. L., SN, MoRlsSE1TE, R. P., SN, BULL, w. E., SN 3rd Row CI fy CONLON J B., SN, McINTYRE, D. T., SN, S CKSONI F' M., SN, HYLTON, T- J., SN, GROVOLAI ,I A.: RADNEY, J. C.,'SN, McCLAIN,'W. H., SN, MANGAS, D. T., SN, -LA SN, HYLTON, J. D., SN, BAKER, F. G., SN. 1 .f,, 4 if 5 b ! Mi Wi if S4 J , 'SE W 3 GUNNERY FIFTH DIVISION 'Ist Row II-rD GAFFNEY RE. SN, WILT, D.W., GM3, ROWE, D.L., GM3, TORRES-ORTIS, R. IND, GM3, FERRIS, G.K., OMS DENIHAN JJ. GM2,lSTEMPlN, J.L., GM2, LIPIEKO, J. IND, BMI, PHILLIPS, R.L., GMI, HITSON, E.w., BM2, MAOEE, ' ' ' , ,, N, LEAHY, R.c., SA, CLOUGH, OJ., SN- J'w'hn5M?zLwEuIITfKVENAAELES H.s., SN, CARPINO, w.J., SA, CAPONE, w.J., SN, CASPER, E.G., SN, WILTSHIRE, M.E., SN NEIGHBORS, v.E., SN, SPALLONE, D.T., SN, FAIRBANKS, c.w., SIA, WOLFBAUER, G-L., SN, GRANT, N-M-, SA, ' , O.R., SN, MASTERS, J.w., PURNELL, J.L., SN, BOOTH, R.P., S . HENgFdRSI2:r:1 Il-rD WARREN, w.L., SN, SULLIVAN, J.L., SN, OUELLETTE, Iac., SN, HOBBS, O.T., SN, WEBSTER, H.O., SN, WHETSEL, c.w., SN, ScHAuM, T.w., SN, THOMPSON, M.I,, SA, TIDES, J.D., SN, BOYCE, x.A., SA, GAFFNEY, L. IND, SN, LEE, H.o., SN, RUTKOWSKI, E.E., SA. ISI , I SS: Q., I "' If - Ni L ,II Ig GUNNERY SIXTH DIVISION Ist Row II-TD KARST, E.G., SN, STEVENSON, D,G., SN, ROBERTS, R.K., SN, JACKSON, M.L., BM3, WAID, H.W., JR., BM3, SHUTTLEWORTH, G.L., GM2, PELKEY, F. IND, BM2, LTJG H.B. MORRIS, R.IVERS, P.M,, GM2, BLANTON, R.W., GM3, MARTIN, C.T., GM3, WOLFE, K.L., BM2, PHILLIPS, E. IND, BM3, DITKOWSKI, P.J., SN, HARBOUR, V.W., SN. . 2nd Row II-rD CUNNIINGHAM, D.B., SN, LEE, W.S., SA, COUCH,B.M., SA, OVERLA, W.L., SN, ELLIOTT, D.D., SN, WALK- ER, R.C., SN, MCNEIL, J. IND, SN, POULLIOTTE, D.R., SA, DANZIG, K.D., SA, RASKIENICZ, T.J., SN, McKEON, J. IND, SN, SHUSTERMAN, N.D., SA, WARNICA, J.D., SN, SAGEN, A.J., SA, TARGETT, L.A., SN, BERQUIST, J.J., SN, HARTMAN, E.F., SN. 3rd Row II-rD KISTLER, R.D., SA, THOMPSON, W. IND, SN, BARKER, V.C., SN, YAUGER, W.S., SN, CHRISTIANSONI J.H., SN, BLOOMER, R. IND, SN, GOROSPE, T.A., SN, DENKE, J.R. SN, BARRERA, W.D., SN, KILGORE, W.F., SN, LETT, C.D., SN, CORREIA, C.A., SN, COLLINS, C.E., SN, BRIDGE, R.L., SN. , . ,, kd? 1 .' .. ,I ,IS A ?f.S I f. 3. " M AQ , .. K S, 2 S, " ,M 9 ' 56 X' D S 'I E i 41,1 Iytf at I Hy' vw N YW my fl gg t 9 Y .ik igf. rI I gfrv' bi E. MEX wx K' ,XL D vu' 'K had "3 x , .n is .X I x XA, S D X If A Q f D, 1 it ASW fs Dfffww J' M . ff A S 1 . X 6, , ff ,ir r tx, : c. 'xx JK 1 X K i Ai X, M , 1, if j VK' H? ff D7 3 GUNNERY SEVENTH DIVISION ISI Row II-rD CARR, M., SA, EDMONDS, P., SN, HARRIS, HN., SN, ALESSI, S.I., SMSN, WRIGHT, H.L., SN, THOMAS, H.L., SN, CONSENTINO, R.L., SN, LOFFLER, H.L., SN. , 2nd Row II-ID RYAN, J.R., SA, MORRIS, T.J., SN, HANTULLA, c.w., OMS, STRAIT, z.A., GMS, RANDALL, H.E,, GM2, JOHNSON, c.E., BMS, WILLIAMS, I.L., aM2, LTJG R.L.SMALLIDE, ENS J.w. SHAY, PAGLIONE, A,c., BMI, DONEZ GMI, HARRIS, J.A., OM2, LEDONX, R.J., BMS, ELKE, ER., OMS, ESTES, H.R., SN, MEYERS, Ic.A., SA, FARRELL, T.E., . 3rd Row II-rD JOURDIAN, F.A., SN, RAESIDE, J.S., SN, ANDERSON, J.R., SN, CANTRELL, I.I,, SA, I4AvAS, R.C., SN, EERREL, T.L., SN, BARNES, D.E., SR, ROBERTS, I.L., SN, DUNNE, D., SN, PORTER, M.w., SN, zIMMERMAN, D.c., SN ROBINSON WE SN DAVIS M SN BAOOETT PM SN cuPR JD SN DIXON CL SA .nh Row II fy WELLS AL SN COHEN RL SN RODRIGuES ET SN PERKINS Iv SN SCHAOM DW , H-, SA E SA LUNT EA SN HTNSELL LE SN r r -- -1 1 1 U r-I -1 I r 1 . Tl - "1 1 1, - :I 'I 1 I 1 - lf I -1, I ' ' V SN, McCOWAN, C.P., SN, OVERLA, GJ., SN, SOCIO, R.J., SN, NELSON, S.R., SN, JAHN, R.E., SN, CAMPBELL, J.D., SA, SUM- MERS. L.. SN. DRIFTMEYER, L.G., SS, MARTIN, J. ., , , . ., , , . ., . if R GUNNERY EIGHTH DIVISION IMarine DetachmenII In Row fl-fm CRAIG, K.E., Afscr., SLOANE s.n. PF PFC., SCALES, E,o., mfscr., CAPT. c.A. BARSTOW' mi? LIJ:fD5,iiihJ,s., PFC., EVENS, H.R., PEC., Moms wM PMB TCP' VIIIUIRIIEYQA' MCPL-I LAMA, K.E., A!SGT.' NIGHTINOALE JE NAQEEIGERWALD' R'5'f NCYSGT., LA'uRo'RA' n ow -f LLACK, a.s., PFC., HARRELSON' , ' ' " - ' OLDHAM, wx., PFC., TARANTO, v., PFC,, KOHLHAFERJ EvVvPFCP'EEEE'PJE?fIGPr:gW KIQRIOSIP-QF" PFC" SANTO' Cf' PFC LAIZURE ' " FARR:gI'LGTON,J.A., PFC., BENIN, PJ., PVT. ' ' " -f , . ., ., , GW, UCPL f new II-rI MAY, A.Q., PEC., McKINNEY Jw PEC FIEDL I " G-I PFC-I MAHONEY, T-J., PFC., Rox, JE. PEC ' ' -I ., ER, E.w., PEC., DAVIS, L.A., LXCPL., JANIKA Ia., AICPL., ESTELLE, R.E., PFC. ' " MCQUEENEY' H" PFC" HERMNG' Ri" PFC" MCCALII J-E., PFC-, HKYAEIQ' " A Owl? z I ln "5 ' -E V 1 ,xlfqkxv A . I I ir .. I. X su' 'a 11 I1 5- 372-7 1 ,4 5 I , fig I 4 J ' I ' I mu-ui I v , I ' - Q : I Q , I J I xi in .gf M m 470 . 14' rr Q If 2 lg I r K V Q 4 . S 1 ' 91" I Q, Aix ,L 1: fly 3 v A A A fi v A . A I A A I 1 . 3 A i ' if I . if 4 Z ' , 4, 4 Iv f , 1-A sky, . x A ff P. m is A I Q- I I S A I I P af P' 4 ... ' 2' If f I I " QI , V gf., Q mm Q - f , f . ,,,I,' 'V I P, E , , I GUNNEBY FOX DIVISION Is! Row II-rj MEECE, L.L., FTSN, TOMICHEK, J.A., FTSN, WENTWORTH, C.W., SN, MATARAZA, G.M., SN, LANZA, L. INJ, FTSN, JACOBS, J.G., FTSN, HILLMAN, L.L., SN, RANDALL, R.J., SN, PEAK, H.R., SN, LENGEL, A, IND, FTSN. 2nd Row II-rl LINDEN, C.W., SN, MARTIN, D.F., FT3, HANSBERRY, F.J., FTSN, SCHNABEL, GJ., SN, SPEDICK, J.M., FTSN, MISCHENKO, F.A., FTSN, SWANSON, W.H., FT2, ALBRECHT, C.J., ENS, SULLIVAN, A.J., FTI, FRICAULT, F.E., FTI, NELSON, D.A., FTI, COLLIEV, J.B., FT2, KETCHUM, D. IND, SN, TROTTS, W.H., FTSN, CARTER, R.E., FT3. 3rd Row II-rl PRESTON, K.H., SN, KRAH, K.E., SN, FOSTOR, R.A.O., FTSN, SHERMAN, W.A., SN, KELLEY, R.P., SN, ADAMS, L.A., SN, MAIN, D.A., FT2, BRUCATO, R. INI, SN, PODGETT, E.W., SN, CATLIN, P.J., SN, MUCCI, F.J., FT3, MAR- TIN, D.C., SN, HOPE, D.O., FT3, GROCHOWSKI, F.T., SN. 4th Row II-rICANELL, K.G., SN, BUCKO, G.R., SN, DE MARTINI, JJ., SN, SINIAWSKI, J.F., SN, SINIAWSKI, K.M., FT3, McDONALD, G.K., SN, ATKINS, LJ., SN, NAUMANN, W.L., SN, MORLEY, L.E., FT3, MAGDALENO, H.H., FT2, DUNLAP, J. INI, FT3, RUBICAN, R.W., FT3, FITZGERALD, WJ., FT3, RYDELL, R.R., FTSN, RINGER, T.T., FT3. ' I" W'Vf 'Q "A' 3'-R ,. -... X N5 1 ,, V I ' L. I I ,I Q I L , if I - if ' A? - I I , ff'I A if 594 I , ,W m I YQ? I X A ' A I I 'f ' YQ. w, Y .4 K ll: S I I ' iii' , , ,f.-5 . Di S I -W A 'ff , A I , E W! f I , 2 J: , if I , 5 xv,-.rg X P Q ' OPERATIONS OE DIVISION N, In now Im xAncHEn, A.P., ETRSN, BARAN, IT., ETRSPBLESILBLIIZSED.gf2ETAI:2bm5H2l-651 Egg? CCOQDKLQN. G.M., ET, , . , E EAD, R.E., ETCS, w , . I - -I ' ' ' ' I ENS E M PASSERINI WHIT H ECK ml, Um' WEYMOUTH, L, E., ETR3, JOHNSTON, ILCJ srililssrggi 165 2nd Row II4rJ IMM, FG., ETNSN, SCHNADERB , EJ., ETN3, NADEAU, F.J., ETN3, OUELLETTE, R.R., ETNSN, WALLACE, K.A., ETRSN, I-ARNERE E-D-I E1-Ns ' C.H., ETR3, SMITH, J.M., ETRSN. 5 I I 1 , I , , I I I I I I I K TH 3 ian- biy 1 fwf I I xg KQV: 2' 1 H : f , g I A A I I I H47 Lt! I QW XX, EU!! 1 I L I l Z Ai Gm Iffq, ,MWA N . I L I I V , mf YJ , ", Z I I f nf W ' , ' ff W' f X f ' N if V Q T? 4 ff S! . mx, , A R ARM , 1' I X ff A f ,M . Av , ,S 5, Sq Y , f f Y Zf A A., I f 4 Q., , I4 ,M f, ff ', ff , " f ff, , v . Hi f iv V fwf f I ' ' f ' I gf , , ., ,S .- af A OPERATIONS OI DIVISION STAR Q A , ' 'X ,w " If ' 1 I me D.E. BELCHER, LTJG D.A. HARDT, I I R H-I SICINA, E.M., RD3, DESANTIS, F., RDSN, MAXBERRY, R.T., Roz, . . I A DER- LT FJIA. MYCRARIV, LT w.R. CURTIS, CHIEF BALDYGA, srAcRo, n.c., SN, AMES, DI., RDSN, KUNG, KH, RDSN N SONIT-F" RD3- FISHER HH RDSN MACK R.R., SN, WOOD- 2 H- R U- PHILIPS, w.G., RD3, ASH, N-C-, RD3I LOCKARDI E-C-I SN' ' ' " ' ' LAND? IM? RDQN, WOLFE, c.R., RDSN, ANDRUS, J.w., RD3, DAVIS, c.L., SN, ARMSTRONG, l-J-I RDSN, MCC'-ll, H.s. RD3 'M how U-,J BUTURLASI WAV RD3, CALLAGHAU, E,M,, SN, GALLOTTI, J.W., RDSN, MARTIN, R.R., R-DSN, HOFF- STEDT, R.M., SN, ABRAMS, E.C., SN, BIEGLER, L.W., SN. OPERATIONS OR 'Ist Row II-rj SFREDDO, P.J., RM2 SIMMONS, M.H. BRAY, C.E., RMI, WEAVER, G., RMI PARNELL, B., RMC, M.M. ALI, RADEL, E.G., AL2 CLARK, J.L., RM2, WARD, 2nd Row II-TI KOCUREK, W,L., RM3, JARNIGAN, H KAY, J.C., RM3, BURBEY, A.L., SN, NELSON, J.P., SN, E SMITH, R.R., SN, SIVILLE, L.A., RM3, COMPEAU, R..I., RMSN, MURRAY, P.J. RMSN, KNAPKE, J.W., SN, CROSBY, R.A., RM3 3rd Row CI-rI O'DELL, H.J., SN, QUILLEN, P.E., RM W.J., RMSN, BAER, R.G., SN, UNDERWOOD, J.T., RMSN JOHNSON, H.F., SN, CZEKAJ, W.R., RMSN, BISCH, R.A. LTJG D.S. SMITH, ENS D.W. SMITH, HORTON, L.A., ALC, CAIN J.W., RM3, SNYDER, L.O. RM3, CUBILETTE, V. RM3. SN, LEESEBERG, K.A., RMSN, SPECKINE, C.E., RMSN, MC MAHON , SLAVIK, GJ., SN, LEPKOSKE, T.J., RMSN, JUREWICZ, F., RMSN , RMSN, RAMIREZ. M. SN. F"N,"',S: , V ' JNNLLSN N , 'S .A., SN, BIZON, .I.V. RM3, OYONG, S.B., RM3, CYR, R.T., SN-, ASTLUND, D,G., RMSN, PINDELL, G.R., RM3, FULLER, C.S. RMSA, 1 I DIVISION RM3, MONTURANO, C.T., RM3, TAYLOR, A., RM2 YORK, D.L. RM2, fx 5 ,ANS S S -N FS I 3 I N S A 4, . 2 O , I- ,AA vw, 5 AA. , 4- f I ,, SU- iw ' If .As A I ' "Wk -I " if A 3, , Q.-...Q ' A, A ' ' , . A 1 1 I - S-A 1 I IN A I I S in 5 ix X65 ia 1. -, S A ,Q 5 J' 1 f I-K S A af N Y I P51 X , I V , A V . N Q 4 Fa Aj. X W i Q ' JRST I X xg XS, ln ,. ff inf ' ' Sw' I Q17 ' - S -M S . , , If Y S., A - ' ,' x I if Vx V :UI .4 ' , I Sli, R X XT ' Q? -- .iw 4 I I ,Af -ii ,I A 1, , . A ,Qs 1 I 47 , lik 'fn x .A Y v x A Ii Q Q ,I , iv- Q ' L ' -'fx 1' - S of , 4 A I A Q ' I S Q A f vwm Z7 I-W K i M112 gg x K 1 , E .K 'QI X ,A My A A Q V- , A ,L 1, I, , N b ,I V A ,. -A -' A -J ,I ' ' . c. "N ,F ' "" .I ' " :R . N QI fx V' A OPERATIONS OS DIVISIONS Isf Row II-II STOKES, ec SMSN RUSSELL H INI SM3 SMT, DuTz, M.c., SM3, OCKERMLAN, T.R:, SN. ' ' ' ' MAGNAN' A' LN7' SMC' ENS FM- BOHENI HUGE5' J-5-I znd Row Il-rj ROBERTSON JP SN HARRIS RV SN H00 166 SMSN,RITI'ER,J.R., SN GILLEY,'cf'.F SN, COZiA'J:IA ISN OMAN' S' N' SN' ROEHN' RH' SN' PEVERNL R-A LEONT,,V.A.,5N,ALTE'R,A, N. ,NLSN I -I I RICHTER, D-E-, SN, REUIIER, G.L.: SN, RICHTER, RJ., SN, ,ggi i - L1 f 23 A I-,I.59'N-,f.,.,,.....L.. if V -I ' V 1' xi II . ly ' P X I Z ,Hy Y R xg, L-If, gg" I If W 'ff Q L L L 1 - v I, ' , J V si ffl .k,f. - 4 . , . , x DIVISION I In Row QI-rl CRANE, R.E., YN3, DAVILLA, J.R,, YN2, KOVOLO, c, IQ QUIBBLE, c., PNC, LUG R.O. PERKINS, LcDR R.w. BELOW, WO PfL.W:gO?.T1L::g'ENRSlA'IlVYl'N? ROHMAN' T'w" VNC' SN, RABBITT, Ir., PN2, HENDERSON, R.M., YN1. ' ' ' - OCNRANII KOHOUTI J-M-, 2nd Row II-II SHENK, R.J., SN, WALKER, M.W., SA, ELMORE, D.Q. SN BUCK JJ SN GUN W.R., SN, BURKE, I.M., SN, CAIN, H.L., SA, HOAR, J.S., YN3, GONZAL ' ' ' N' MG" SN' WWTF SA. ST cvR, F.H., SN, FISHER, A.H.R., YN3. ES' M" YNSN' KOFLER' D'K-' SN' Wolff' R-A-1 3rd Row II-fy BEROEN, EW, SN, BICE, B.W., SN, SMETANA, J.P., SN, BImACI W.R., YN3, SPENCER, O.E., SN, CHANEY, D.L., SN, WILLIS, IH., SA, YOUNGBLOOEQLISFISN':N36PNk?I.I6L'1?lFA MIESSNER' CHERVENITSKI, J.c., YN3, MILLER, A.J., SN, NAIL, T.H., PH3. ' " ' ' ' " SN' 1 f " 75612 N, V I 25' RK "ZA I I , 1 , , O it , - an 1 ' . -+ I f I 3 I ' - Lf x J V' ' I w 3' ' 13' L- . L A L I L fi ' Z 1 .B 1' L ivy' .I I 5 A: l A X I J N 'SI A I - -QFD I PP- SA. 1 A ' ' I I N 'V , H A f 'aff I-K, S I , , ... ... , S A fl , I I ' ' ' O 3. ENGINEERING A DIVISION In Row II-ry STITELER, R.I-I., MR3, BELL, R.L., BM3, MOORE, D.L., MM3, WUNDER, P.C., EN1, QUEEL, C.J., Cwo, LTJG A.M. MORISON, BARNES, L.D., EN3, WILSON, F.C., FN, WAITI, D.B., FA. 2nd Row II-fp MOCH, v.A., FN, BEDARD, D.A., F.N,, DAWSON, H.L., FN, DEITRICH, B.H., MM3, SWEETMAN, w.J., FN SHAUD, A., MR2, WHEELER, R.A., MNI2, WILLIAMS, EN, NEIMETH, AJ., FN, MARMORALE, F.J., FN, FLOWERS, T.R., , I .l3rd. Row Il-rj THOMAS, J.W., FN, DEURLOO, J.A., FN, NAYLOR, S.G., MM3, WILSON, C.E., EN2, HUFFERT, O.W., EN3, LACKEY, J.D., FN, BATAILLE, T.B., FN, LONERGAN, P.R., FN, LUDFORD, W.H., FN, STEENHARD, D.R., FN. A-I 'swf N .Q TT Ti , Nd Vg' bl J X Y I, 12 pp X VK Q Y, . '4 if-9 ENGINEERING B DIVISION TEN, SPINIK, - -I I ' ' R 4"'7 NORTON' W" MM3' CZ"RTO5ZEwSK" LJ" fN'B1gXMl:IIi'iI2AOCIIZBT.H., MM2, BELL, w.1., MM3, ASHBY, JC BT3 CERVELLI, A.A., S OW MMS, PAYNTER, I.c., BTI, ENS IR. ROBERTS, SECHREST, LE, R.L., FN, ALBERTSON, M.L., DTFN, ORIER, W.c., BTFN, HERALD, O.W., FR-ARSON G. FN, FOLEYI R.E.' MM3, BALLARD, 2nd Row II.fI BENEER, c.H., FN, ARNOLD, IS., FN, BAILEY, J-B.. FN, f ' BSTER w.Q., FN. ELIAS. EJ-, FN, MARION, M.D., MMFN,BSRPJYg2:.-8, CARROLL, aww FN' CQRRADO, A.A., FN, WE I 3rd Row II-rl ELLIS, E.T., FN, HEATH, J., FN, JJ., FN. 167 it I Al' 4 'ff' 12,1 Q., we -M 4' Fgqi ,,i,,.2 I ,,,b ,, 5 L l , A I , I Y I ' I 8 I ff it , QS, 1 msg. , . V 3 , 4 I , iv . V X, , x X Q vp , SX ,-if 4 QV, X X, :Q Q ' ' 4 ' Z, I ' I If w""ff 6' - XJ ' ' J 2 I I I ' f f I M 'Y I W, wr 4 v I -f , , 5, 2 ,Q C 1 1 , , V, I I , Sf, Q gf , Q I fy ,, , 9 ,J .. ibm i f 1 .:-- ' z 4 i , .- 4. ,Q .4 X. 7, f 1 'A Y 'F , j ' Q' ' ,' ' yy , 1 f' ' By ig . S A, . 7! 3 S, M , Y . an' . f rv' 71 W ff? I W - - , F, I yi L f " 2, w-. 'W s I V ,,'f4Q,Vf ' 4 1 ff, -fri' -M., SJX, S. .W Vx: A ,x f 443, Y f f, I ff , . I - ,., ff ,,. V , .544 , aw. f f wg.: f. ' J ,i ,, , 5 - ' ' , 'f f ' ff ,,f, , 2 'f ' 5 ' f Wi? ' 'Evil' -'57 ' 7mf,ff 7 fr X a 56 1 . , !-.- ff I 1 I . .V I s 9 , ,U ,f I -2 Q . v e ff , a , A , V LN I . , 1.. , I .rv f' , . if ,,. 'f . , f ENGINEERING E DIVISION . . ., EM3, PAYNIE, C.L., EM2, HORRELL, A.G., EM2, GRUBB, B. IND, EM3, HALL, W.F., IC2, Mc- MAKIIINLRTIXPII rFAXCLEcI.l'I'TGADYGUZI, CWO N.R. BARRETT,le6aNDERSON, W.G., ICI, HOLAK, W. IND, IC2, MORRISSON, J.K., IC2, SMITH, E.M., IC3, KELLEY, T.C., EM3, HIGGINS, B.L., . 2ncI Row II-rj YEATES, J.C., EMFA, GRINDSTAFF, J.N., ICFA, FULLER, C.W., EMFN, OLIVIER, A.R., EMFN, WICK, D.J., EMFN, CLAPP, D.E., EMFN, SIMPSON, J.R., EMFN, ENOS, D.O., EMFN, STEMPOWSKI, R.L., ICFN, ANDERSON, H.A., EMFN, CLARKE, T.H., FN, HAFNER, F.A., EM3, MCRAE, K.A., EM3, BARNABY, D.E., EMFN, DERR, J.R., ICFN. 3rd Row fl-rj DIRKSCHNEIDER, F.C., FN, KRALICK, J.P., EM3, SWICK, G.A., EM3, HIRSCHBECK, R.A., EM3, BINGE, P.B., FN, EDDLEMA.N, J.E., EMFN, RICKERT, PJ., ICFA, HUGYO, G.J., EMFN, PATTERSON, H.R., FN, OCONNELL, M. INJ, EM3, BRATCHER, D.L., EMFN, OLIVER, K.W., FN, HOWARD, H.R., EMFN, WELCH, J.C., EM3, DECHENEY, A.H., EM3, A ,,. .J I68 ENGINEERING M DIVISION Ist Row II-rj CARROLL, V.R., MM3, HUNT, BJ., MM3, REED, T., MM3, STAPLETON, E., MM3, PEPPER, R.P., MM3, BOWEN, J.S., MM2, CHABEREK, EJ., MMC, JACKSON, H.E., MMC, LANE, W.E., MM2, SHAFER, H.V., MM3, THOMPSON, C.R., MM3, REED, J.L., FA, STEVENS, W.E., FA, SPIVEY, J.H., FA. 2nd Row II-rj WALDEN, E..I., FN, THOMPSON, W.E., FN, SCHAUB, J.P., FN, McMAHON-, R.F., MM3, ANDERSON, J.E., FN, FULTON, V.O., FN, PIERCE, J.C., FN, PAULSON, K.D., FN, HUBER, C.A., FN, STEVENS, W.E., FA, ROBBINS, E.H., FN, MULLETT, N.F., FN, CARLSON, J.P., SN. 3rd Row II-rj ELSDON, RJ., FN, BUZZELL, R.H., FA, BREAKIRON, S.E., FA, CHALMERS, J.A., FN, MENDEZ, M., FA, SIUGZDA, J.P., FA, CORREIA, A., MMFN, LANE, T.H., FA, McINTYRE, R.W., FN, WILSON, J.H., MM3. L.. a X.,.,g.. ,yi If ', xxx SN' I , 4, 2. 4 'iff 1 f f . 2 'C wx I x ' I ' NK mi? Lx 1 t ' ' 5 1 I! Qlsf , 33, Q 3 L. . , ' , I X if 4. . . . QI -V A ,, ' .Q Y l I 2 S x ' L 'A W J -K Af A if ' if ' I S W 4 III, I I I .iw I .A .Q fs .I F I f... ,I . ,. ENGINEERING R DIVISION 191 Row II-rj MCINTOSH, R.P., FN, WINKLOSKY, J.E., FA, BRUBAKER, W.J., FA, MOLTER, R.A., SFP2, DE GETTO, W.J., DCI, CARNEY, R.L., FPC, CWO E.B. MOYE, ENS G.A. BOWLEY, NEVINS, F.E., DCC, SMITH, K. IND, SFM3, HOUDECK J.E., FN, HEATH, C.P., FN, FABER, R.R., DC2, GERTZ, T.E., FA,PEDERSON, R.M., FA. 2nd Row II-rl LINDLEY, R.E., FA, MELLO, A.F., FN, BENNETT, N. CNI, ME3, PALINSKY, J.C., FA, FRYE, J.E FN CONNEEN, W.R., SA, COOKE, R.M., ME3, TYERRELL, E.C., FN, SETZER, TJ., FN. 3rd Row II-rj SEARIES, R. IND, FN, DREASHER, W.E., FN, BIRKETT, C.D., FN, TAPE, F.L., FA, RIGGLE, R.E., FN, SHAVER J.A., FN, SOTO, A.A., FN, MARSCEAU, F.C., FN, DOWDY, J.L., DC3, PIRRONE, L., SFM2, LUDY, .I.D., FN, BIXLER, K.A. FA, GRUBLESKY, R.T., FN. 1 -1 I I I 1-..- I . 5 I I I .I I YI' Rf .yt K If If .EL If R I ' ' ' 2 L LD , X 7 U Q QE 3 ' In I. 5 4 ' , ' , X I 'IL I 'E' Q I' - A' ', If L l f I f if' at I Id R R A SUPPLY I s-I DIVISION - ffw, I W, L, In Row ll'I'I vIroux, EER., sm, HALL, c.w., sm, MORRIS, Ia. N I LUG R.A. wALIERs, KENNEDY, EI., sm, MYERS, RM.. SR3, HENNICSKEISKSKEMCASICZIIAS? EATIRSKB' WILLIAMS' DR" SKI' 2nd Row Il-ry aIooN, wM,, SKSN, xILeuRN, F,D,, sN, LEE, W.E. SN .LOVEDAY EM SNT' E' my' SKSN' IIAYGooo, O,E., SKSN, KLosxI, c.E., sN, MEDANIEL, LL., SN, MORIARTYI JF SN ,TREACYNI OSBORNE' WD" SKSN' sN, SRRINGER, Rx., sN, SMITH, M.A., sN, AUGUSTINE, 0. INI, SKSN, ' ' " ' ' If-f SN' CANNON, J.T., 1 X ,s 7' ff M Alf U y ,LL ,WPI ff' au' 35,2 , Sf I I ' I A A f ' ' 1 " 1 f A X - ' K ' I A U I I A r WR M- I I Wg! "I Q M'- ' f , M X ff, -1 gn , f ,M Mr I , my Iv 1 If J R' W vu", -- ,', K :L 'R Y , L 'T S. I T' J dwg' , es' , - - . ,vi 5, , f fg W OJ I 3-'f 7' -LL W V .' I A ' f - R R f I lf! , ' 'V , 4 AJ-, , ,R VI ,, , , ,A ,, , , , 1 , ,L ,L W . U I I .R f I . A R IW I +L L: Z1 5 S 5 1 ' , , if t . J A, . V I I Q ..v ,, K 5 . ,V W KL I L, S V I ' . - I I 3' 1 I I Ifgfi , I Rf A 'L . - L I- - ' Q- ' "' ' ' A " ff 4 I , W. Q, K ,., , , - , L K SUPPLY S-2 DIVISION Q A ww-1 ist Row CI-rj LACY, A., SN, GRAVES, J.A., SN, ROBERTS, R.L., CSSN, WATTS, Z.A., CS2, BORNE, L.F., CS1, EVER- ETT, J.O., CSI, CHICKERING, R.C., CSC, WO A.F. SWENSON, BURNER, W.S., CSI, KRUZICH, N.M., CSI, SHONK, K.H., SK3 AUSTIN G.R. CS3 BROOKS P.V. CS3 'znd Rovi Cl-r7,EDOREEN, AAN., sN, O'RR, I-IE., sA, CARSON, c.H., css, CURIO, w., cssN, RINGGOLD, J., sos, MILLER, A.c. SN, FEDUCCIA, c.c., csz, VALLEE, R.W., sA, aosxo, c., css, PErRoNI, RJ., sA, MCALLISTER, ID., sN, are Row Cl-rl sLAvINsRI, s.c., SA, WYATT, A.r., cssN, IIENDER, R.R., SN, IcIRcI-Iorr, em., sN, LAu, J.P., sA, DEN- 'C0'-A, LV., CS3, O'DONNELL, J.E., SN, GFELL, R.L., SN, LEWIS, R.L., SA, ROUNDS, L. W., SN. VIE, sd-' 34. ky 2-Inn' ag, 5. , i if N. ' I Y YE 5 , .L V f K 'V ISI!! uv lx 'JI- SUPPLY S-2 IMC! DIVISION ,, IIM3, In Row II-fp NELSON IA SN MFYERS KA SA cARPINo w.I., sN, IIRAGG, A.L., lifgfffggfil EOZADAI AllEN, R., EN2 CHICKERING-I RC, cfsc Wo' Ar. SWENSONIGUTOSKI, E.M.,BM,1,GUlLM , HJ., ALI, BECKMANN B, SA MEINTHIRE IST SN MULlETT N,F. FN, MILLER, A.J., sN. A SEND- 2 d R 1 , , , , . ., ' . I VONES, SM., FN, CONINOLLY, D.G., S I n ow II fp LINDLEY, Rf, EN, VEAL, ER., EN, HOFFMAN, o., sN, ATCHER' Dil-I EMFN, DERR' LR., 'CPN' EROFF. FJ., FN, MILLER, CE, BTEN, GANN, C w., EN, EDDlEMAN, IN., EMFN, BR FLEETWOOD, E.L., EN, BURKE RE. SN MARTIN IE. SA. N YOUNG 3rd Row II-rp KOFLER our SN RIDDLEY AJ SA HAYES, R.w., FN, HOLEVA, J-AN, ifEDa?sP'Cw-7 gm,,',R,NGLE, D-J-. SA, FLAHARTY, D S.,'FN', COFFIEY, wJ, 'sN,' OARWOOD, D.l., SA, oowIE, F.H., S I G-A-, SR, BARBARITO, c., sN, GUENARD, GL, SA. 169 A- I SUPPLY S-3 DIVISION Ist Row II-rj BABINSACK, H.E., SH2, REID, W.H., SH2, MASTRI, P., SHI, HAGER, O.B., SHI, McCLURG, E.H., SHC, CWO T.P. DELANEY, PHILLIPS, I..A., SHC, ZACHERY, SH2, SZNAJDEL, F.A., SH2, WOOD, R.E., SH2, 2nd Row II-rj DAVIS, E.P., SN, FITZGERALD, T.F., SN, PURDIE, R.L., SN, BRYANT, W.F., SN, GRIFFIN, F., SK3, SUSE, A.L., SN, VISCONTI, N.J., SN, CROSS, J.T., SH3, ZALAR, L., SH3, BECKER, C.D., SH3, STEPHENS, J.G., SH3, HOFFMAN, E.H., SN, BRI'I'I', L.A., SN, MOLTON, J., SN. 3rd Row II-rj THOMAS, H.E., SH3, FAUTH, .I.A., SN, ANDEREGG, J.L., SN, SCHENK, .l.M., SN, JUHASZ, B.A., SN, YOUNG, .I.R., SN, WHITLOCK, J.L., SN, ADAMS, J.E., SN. I' ' f y- I Jw I Ivy, Th H" . ,ffezwfvf '97, if 4 f Z . f ' QW V R ' .4 o ',k. 3? f gifiev Q , Rf Nf RR A ', my ,NW .7 ,QNMS A 'T X SUPPLY S-4 DIVISION ISI' Row II-rj CREEK, W.I.., SN, LACLAIR, P.E., DK3, WILUSZ, E..I., DKC, ENS .I.B. LEONARD, IGNACIO, A.S., DK3, BOWSER, FJ., SN. N A 1 - 3 --. , ,,,, ,MVS K, 19 E, I I X J ? I IIQX- .IA X xI', I f X I A A I S' A Ifi. A .,,, f A A A A -',2A A . 4 M A -Ww- X .E A I H ' 4 57 ' A 'I" I grit A ' Rf A x 1 R A f A . , L ., A f Q " v wmv SY A' I '99 f ' A Q, SN s-A . ' "fia,g1,5 S fb P5 Y ET1:fQ,'ff R 1 Y Q , , WW ff TV QS E -4 If v Y I I ' 2 12 - Qi .,,..: E. VI V X I 1 A A if A A . A A A I ' I I I70 SUPPLY S-5 DIVISION Tse Row cl-rp PARKER O IND sos JONES D TNT sos MARTIN GE soz sRo , ' -I 1 f f - f . . . ., , WN, E.w., sm, HAZARD, AJ., 5D3f2:QK::Q T5 3kgQ5RgAEEQlB5Z,Ti-Dakgml BQIEERGNJ- WALKER, J. TNT, sua, STRICKLAND, R. TNI. sos. - I - , , , , I GTON, T.J., T , , , INF' S031 WHITE, J- IND, sos, DUMAS, w. TN-3, sua, REALICA, R.E,, TN. N LEWS' R IND' SD3' SWNNEY' J ard Row qu-rp MATHIS, w.E., TN GREEN E A 'EUC' BIB-T TN, cATAP,E.v., sos. ' ' D' " IN' GWINNT A.R., TN, THOMPSON, G,w., TN, TANDOC, A-T-, TN, . in nw., . ,-fif,nu+.5E922wfe.z,' 'H ' 'K J 354. I I I I I I I I I 4 Z qw P if Y -1 ""' "" If 1' x 1 ' ' : . 1 1 N I A V' X V 5 , I L ff, ,I Z' I I , ,- I . . , v ' " N W 1 N DIVISION 1:3'SLU'gI?,f'.'?.'i?1Esv'TICJ.p?MZaIf'I3v5IYmSAY.35?'JKTLEi'JeF234'N?'f.?b,Ol3,?'k,7:,-1:GQ-A , ANDREYO, R.s,, sN, MURRAY, IF., sn, HILL, E.A,, SN, GEORGE, Ip., SN! E,1,GLEb,,I TjM.l'SA fLE5wg5It5vfZN,SLA., SN, I I I ' 5? Lid' l ' V, f ' ft ' 5 If I' , gm. 'as'-I ' f ,J apf' 'f E t ' f ,ff x 1 X .HQ , .A x 7 . we I 4 X , , " 'I ' I ' X Q 7 I. 1 ,' ' "K+ , if. ,,.s XV 1.' f em' x . ' Q. vii-. 1 y A . 3, I s . , 4' v I v , I I ' V X I , A ' lr' Q.. 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