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Creation Date: July 12, 1962
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Vol. 20 No. 15 U.S. NAS Jacksonville. Fla. 12 July 1962



VMA-144 Conduct East Coast Chief Photographers




Maneuvers At lloosy Hold First Annual Roundup HereSome



Roads For First Time
103 active duty and retired chief photographers, photographic officers and

the Air Station last weekend for the first annual East
honorary members gathered at
Gators"of
ROOSEVELT ROADS Puerto Rico-The
Marine Attack Squadron, 144 are conducting"Flying their second I Coast Chief Photographer's Roundup. The conflab was hosted by LCDR G. P. Pully,

week of maneuvers here. This is the first time that a Marine Officer-in-Charee of the Fleet Air Photographic- Laboratory, here. from the
The Photogs were
Corps Reserve Aviation Unit has conducted annual maneuvers I Washington, D.C.; Norfolk, Va.;
outside the United States.
and local
.. Pensacola areas.
Flight operations got underway ,-
The cameramen toured the Laboratory -
on Tuesday, July 3 as four
and looked over static
A4D Skyhawks led by LTCOL COMHABSIX
displays of the latest in photo
Robert Tabler of Jacksonville
r and
reconnaissance aircraft cam-
roared down the 11,000 foot run- era systems set up at Hangar 114

way to fly a combat air patrol Inspection Set by Heavy Photographic Squadron

over Marines of the expedition
62 and Light Photographic
ary unit making assault landingson .t'
For 24-25 Squadron 62.
Viegues Island. July
The day's events were capped

Ground crewmen were routed with a luau at the Lobster House.

out of bed at 0330. Chow was at The annual Commander Naval LCDR Pulley read a telegramat

0400 and the men were the Air Bases Sixth Naval District
on
: the party from Admiral Ar
line at 0430 to pre-flight the jets. Administrative and Material Inspection -
; :_ leigh Burke, retired chief of na
of NAS, Jacksonville is ;
The scene was reminiscent of val operations and an honorary
scheduled for Tuesday and Wed-
World War II and Korea. Single member of the photo group,
nesday July 24-25.
lght? bulbs shone dimly inside / complimenting the Navy camera.

pyramidal tents. Flashlight beams Rear Admiral Joseph M. Car- men for the way in which they

cut the darkness as crews in. son will head the inspection par- have performed their mission.

spected the aircraft. Voices seem. ty. The assistant chief inspectorwill Many early day photographerswere

ed magnified as crew chiefs be Captain C. L. Moore. present for the occasion.

shouted instructions.: The inspection will get under. One, LCDR Lyman Goodnightret.

But there is one incongruous way at 0830 on Tuesday, July 24 ( .), called "the Father of Na-

feature in this hot, humid land. with an arrival conference. De val Photography" by many, re-

of Lister bags with warm, tepid partmental inspections are ex minsced "We used to hang over

water, there is an electric drink pected to start at 0900. the side of a plane "with a top
speed of 80 miles an hour and
ing fountain stationed just northof |
I Wednesday's inspection events EARLY DAY PHOTOGRAPHERS-LCDR G. P. Pully. Of.
the tent area. .. a life-saving will be highlighted be a person- iicer-ln-Charge of the Fleet Air Photographic Laboratory (right) snap pictures with a hand-held
"
feature of LCDR Goodnight (ret.) miniature aerial camera.
this hot, humid land. snows Lyman a new
Uniformfor
nel at 0830.
During their stay here at "Ro inspection camera during the First Annual East Coast Chief Photographer's He started his photographiccareer
Roads" VMA-144 is the personnel inspection will lioundup held here last weekend. Goodnight is called the in 1918 at the Naval Air
sy operatingside be Full Dress White.At "Father of Naval Photography" by many. He started his photo.
by side with VMA-533 the Station in Miami. He was on
graphic career in 1918 at NAS Miami.
"Skyhawks", from MCAS Cherry 0945 a command presentationis hand to take pictures at the com-

Point. All phases of flight opera- set followed by a pre-critique missioning of the Navy's first aircraft -

tions are carried out jointly. Thisis conference and a 1100 critique. r carrier, the USS Langley.

what the maneuver is designedto After the completion of the 900 Middies Will Visit i Another early day photograph-

accomplish. .put reserve and command presentation, RADM I (Continued on page 6, col. 5))

regular side by side so that in Carson, accompanied by Captain

the event the reservist is called James R. Compton NAS Com- Waves to Celebrate

to active duty he will be no manding Officer, will tour the NAS This ,SummerThe

stranger to his counterpart in the station inspecting as the Admiral I 20lh Anniversary

regulars. might desire. I first group of some 900 JUly 28.The ,

Colonel Frank R. Porter Jr.. Uniform for the departmental II midshipmen who will visit the midshipmen come to Jaxas : WilhDinner Dance

commanding officer of MARTD i inspections for officers and CPOs Jacksonville Naval Air Station part of their annual aviation ,

Jacksonville, flew to Puerto Rico will be Tropical Khaki Long. En- this summer will arrive here on familiarization period. I The 20th Annversary of the

with Lieutenant Colonel HoraceC. listed office personnel will wear organization of the WAVES will
Tuesday, July 17 They wfil fly The second group plans to ar
Hawn Jr.. VMA-144's CO and Tropical White Long and other be celebrated here on Thursday,
rive here on July 28 from Phila.
here from Pensacola of
seven other reserve pilots. enlisteds will wear the uniform by way July 26. The Bluejackets Inn has
delphia and until Aug. 11
stay
has, like other members of H'I prescribe by the NAS Commanding Cape Canaveral. They are sched- been selected as the site of a
when it leaves for Pensacola.The I
(Continued on page 5, coL 5)) Officer. uled to leave for Philadelphia on I buffet dinner party starting at
third group will arrive
1830.
,{a llNLM!!! W xrI HM }}r}}, that day from Pensacola and stayin

+}:r ..: .. ..rFY N.r ..: .:r:...... ... :... .>t'... ...a.h..: 4 .: ... fir J :.. .. .... .. ... .. .... .x :. ::?. :'..r ::r% .:f:: Jacksonville until August 25, Over one hundred young ladies -

%'::. y1. at which time it will go to Phil- and their guests are expected -
CS .rl 7 .n4.r li:::: ; 4 4:: r
.
.r.: .. .r .r.r. to attend the affair. Rear
,, adelphia.
'
NHrv :{rH ::>
: :?
... .. ,... lr ; Admiral Joseph M. Carson, Com-
... : $ . "R
: r;::: .tr. :..r.r.:. ic': CDR Richard J. DePrez train-
:: .!4..:, r....;. ::r. }.,}7 '.{. :fi.,. ,,}.Y.:' .CrJ y.y.Y.}./rv.!;f.. mander Fleet Air Jacksonville
yra4 v: ::a.xorr:S.;?!rY, :.'v'4.,; ing officer for Commander Fleet
.
,
: 4clt, } ,.r.y' 9.4: ., .f:.v
/ ry :5..G' o Air Bases 6ND and
'.' % r : .a y Captain
3i.i: ? :.iY: 1. grfJ'FY ; Air Jacksonville, will be in
? }r: ., James R. Compton, NAS Com-
;
'
: ;
Sr.aF
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r. ?. 'yayy y. at ISYiiYSlf.; { O '
xaa. : #of ::/4,: : afc. {Y.rvH r/ charge of training the midshipmen -
%% }fa}: de}
!:S}ttr. r ":'{:a:flti"f G( manding Officer have been invited -
:Y r.r while they are here and
to the celebration as honored -
during the side trips they will
guests.
i\ make.
The evening's events will beMC'd
While at Jacksonville NAS.
by LTJG Clara Parsons,
the midshipmen will fly to San-
WAVE Representative. The high-
ford for a day, to Key West for
light of the party is expected to
two days and spend two or
more
be the cutting of the 20th year
days at Cecil Field Naval Air
birthday cake.
Station.
Other events planned for the

During their stay in Jackson- evening include a comedy skit,

ville, each group of middies will a presentation of a plaque to the

be guests of honor at a dance WAVE Council members and
: :.,.!r..rr R 9 a S r l r Jr' f a a 4 3' l Ja
rr?:;; ;:{' y}:;{ i ria J > Y r ,fR TJ a r r? r a J r Fr r. sponsored by the Jacksonville dancing.The .

Junior Chamber of Commerce.The .
., ofcu&a'&ii afrett tcia'R.tibtAn ki .., party committee has announced -
.a.irw:w Gi6iatt: .dia1oat R+rs! .ud'xd tA.i { 4 { bfciac aKlaaxs.4/r.
FIRST OUTSIDE U. S. VMA144 pilots pr epare for a hop during annual summer maneuvers ComFairJax band will that all WAVE Reser-

being conducted at 'Roosevelt Roads. Puerto Ri co. The "Hying Gator's" from MARTD Jackson. play for the dances and the 10th vists and ex-WAVES are cordially -

ville is the first Marine Corps Reserve Aviation unit to train outside the United States. VMA144is Naval District Steel Bandy will I invited to attend the celebra-.
commanded by LTCOL Horace C. Hawn JrZ of Orlando. Fla. (OFFICIAL MARINE CORPS .
PHOTO) appear at one of them. tion. _. .


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JtI ear 9HAS Violation Station Traffic RecordThe liberty vs Communis




J cbonvIII. following is a report of
Totalitarian Attack on Liberty
CAPT J. ft. Compton Commanding OffIcer vehicle accidents and The
CDR Walter J. Schub. Executive Officer motor Anti-Democratic and anti-libertarian ideas were in the
Fleet Air Jacksonville NAB 6ND traffic violations for the per- the of Mussolini and Hitler. Both
before appearance
__ Commander air long
17.NUMBER .
RAOM Joseph M. Ctnwt iod July
CAPT Vincent c..y Chief of Stiff fascism and nazism, as well as communism, drew heavily
ACCIDENTSThis
Fleet Air Wing Eleven' OF the ideas of a German professor, George W. F. Hagel

CAPT Gilbert J. FrwwnUlm" ..Comrntnder week (July 1-7) ............4 who upon taught philosophy, until his death in 1831, at the Uni
CAPT Andrew H. Cowart Chief Staff Officer Total Accidents this year

Naval l Air Technical Training Unit through July 1962 .... .....133 versity of Berlin. .
CAP H rtMl D. Allen .Commanding Office extolled the state as the
Hegel dissolved and the
.. ....... .135 state will
COR Eugene P. Vrdry ___Executive Officer Through July 1961 on earth, and
Naval Hospital supreme power "wither away" and disappear.In .
CAPT J. M. Hannw Commanding Office NUMBER OF DAYS SINCE held that citizens exist for the the last happy stage, assOCIations -

CAPT Stephwi H. Toting Executive Officer LAST INJURY IN MOTOR glory of the state rather than the of workers will manage

Naval Air Reserve Training Unit VEHICLE ACCIDENT 28 state for the good of the citizens.Of nil production, distribution
CAPT Ralph L Elliott, Jr. Commanding Officer the ana
COR William M. Miller .Executive Officer NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis course this view was consumption of economic goods,
Printed commertctlly with norvepproprlated funds In Jacksonville, Florid at exact opposite of the idea that i and there will be no restrictionof
.....56
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July week (July 1-7) the of the state is to
1958. Distributed free of charge to military and clvlllllp.r.onn.1 of Fleet Air Speeding ".... ... ...........................8 purpose personal freedom.
Jacksonville, Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical I Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing Reckless Driving .................8 promote "the greatest happinessof Communism, in both theory
11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and U.S. Naval Hoipltal. the greatest number. and practice, has been more destructive .
Running Stop Sign ................5
Andrew H. Planey .. Assistant Service Information Officer The Hegelian philosophy had a
Editor-Mae Spencer, JOI; Assistant Editor-Marc Whetstone JO1; StaffRobertDodds Others ................. ..................35 wide influence the Prussian of human liberty than
upon
SA; Ruth Anne Robert, SA. Forty drivers appeared before any other totalitarian system.
founding
Member of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern and I Intornatlonal military autocracy and the i But the theory of communism is
Councils of Industrial Editors. the Traffic Hearing Board of the German Empire in permeated with
so philosophic
The lax Air Newt is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material at the meeting held on July 1871. It also inspired Marx and
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is given. Photographs 9, 1962. Disposition of the cases founders of com- tricks and the practice is so com
the
unless otherwise credited, art official I U.S. Navy Photographs. include the following: Se- Engles, pletely comouflaged by this
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone munism, as well as Mussolini, spurious philosophy, that mil.
extensions 8164, 656, 272 or 216.Personal ven lost driving and parking the founder of facism.
privileges aboard the Station, lions of people are wholly de.

three were assigned to remedial CommunismTotalitarianism eived.

Loan FineIf driving instructions, 16 received was destroyedin Communism, like fascism and

suspended penalties, 16 Italy and in West Germany as nazism, can be appraised in party

were given warnings, and one a result of the Allied victory in ) an examination of what communism *

You Can Carry ItWe was dismissed. WWII. Paradoxically, in the So- actually does with the

BACKING viet Union, the war strengthenedrather lives of people under its con-

than weakened totalitar- trol.; But this appraisal does not
Americans have come a long way in our social at- Backing a vehicle is an un- ianism. explain why millions of victims -

titudes from the days when a man in debt was looked at usual movement; the driver Communist totalitarianism has are deceived by communist

askance as being something of a failure. To be solvent, to must, therefore, take entire propaganda and deception. In
similarities with, and num.
have no creditors, was the hallmark of the respectable ci- responsibility for doing it. erous many differences from fascism order to assess communism accurately

tizen. Whenever possible avoid and nazism. The latter have been it is necessary to evaluate -
But today credit it accepted as backing by driving around the
the theories of Marxism-
to the serviceman. But thoroughly discredited since WWII.
part of our way of life. In fact, career block instead of turning
simply by thinking along these Now have little Leninism.The .
they more
a man applying for a loan is around in the street, by park-
idea of the common own-
lines we can reconsider just how than limited nuisance value
even
often more favorably regarded ing parrallel instead of end in,
all and the
essential that personal loan is to in ership of property
those
of the
areas world where
by his bank if he can show that and by stopping exactly where
all human activities
of -
us. For it needn't be true that, as management
once they had great effectivenessand
he has debts-and is paying you planned rather than run-
some would put it, "In the midstof under this system is an
them off in regular installments.The ning by and backing up. widespread acceptance.
life we are in debt." old concept. It has appeared in
very availability of credit If backing must be done, be Communist propagandists frequently many ages. The concept has appealed -

today-from personal loans to car personally sure that all is try to pin the brand of to many idealists who

financing, from a home mortgageto 19 EMs Donate clear behind at the time; "Fascist" or "Nazi" on ideas, like to speculate upon the ideal

credit-card charges-has its pitfalls never assume that no one has programs and personalities of the commonwealth. It has appealedto

however, and service people To Blood Center driven up or stepped off the free world they particularly oppose some reformers who seek an

who are fully aware of them before curb back of you since you in order to create a feelingof end to all human misery and in-

signing contracts can save The Blood Donor Center at last looked.If hostility against them. justice. It has also attracted am-

themselves future financial head- the Naval Hospital has reporteda you have a helper or Communism is the greatest t bitious revolutionists who see In

aches by looking before they total of 19 enlisted personnel passenger, have him stand off threat to human freedom\ in the! communism an opportunity for

leap. donated blood on June 26 and to one side of the vehicle modern world. Paradoxically, acquiring power over men and

For example, take the personal July 3.Blood. while it is being backed to communism promise worker; women.__ un___.
loan-a popular recourse for the donors on June 26 were: warn others, but do not depend more freedom than anyone enjoys Today communism generally

serviceman needing cash. In this Donald L. Ball, AOCA; Mike T. on him to keep the way in the United States or means the practice of the "dic-

area of credit the magazine Cor- Rogan, AA; Billy R. Johnston.AA clear. Great Britain or any other totarship of the proletariat" in

onet lists some questions a man ; Kenneth R. Snead, AOAN: When forced to stop in democracy.But the Soviet Union and in other
might ask himself before Lance A. Wheeler, AA: and Wal- before 'Comunist be specific.
loan
a traffic, for example, when a they can attain states. To
asks them' either directly ter E. Sturtevent, AA of Ord- these liberties includes;
company signal changes while you are according to Com- modern communism
or through people he deals nance and Gunnery. Maria E. on a crosswalk, it is betterto munist doctrine, workers anji (1)) government ownership and

with: Diaz, SA; and Robert L. Heck- remain standing than to peasants must pass through the control of all means of produc-
ler SA of the Boat House.
Will your income stay at i a back up. Someone may have stage of the dictatorship oth tion, distribution and consump-

steady level while you are re- Blood donors on July 3 were: walked back of you. proletariat. When all classes, save tion of economic goods; ((2)) the

paying the loan? Will you be able Charles R. Hawkins, AA; Theo- workers and peasants, have been abolition of private property and

to handle all regular expenses in dore W. Holdredge, AA; Jerry destroyed, and when socialismhas (3)) the maintenance of a police

that period? Will you be able to W. Leslie, AN; and Pete V. Mc- 117 TrainedBy been transformed into com- state to control and enforce this
Cue, AA, of AOA school, NAT-
meet payments completely and munism, the dictatorship will be order of human life.
TUnit. Edward B. Abel AO2 Film Unit
on time? If you have any install : __._............._.....................uu..u.
and Billy W. Barker, AO2, of
ment purchases did you make a AOB school NATTUnit; JamesM. Since OctoberThe

substantial down payment on Cassoutt, AE2; Jon P. Cole- Fleet Airborne Electronics
them rather than
covering the man, AE3; Vorce Reed, AE2: Training Unit Detachment Two's
whole cost installlments
by ? and Benjamin J. Stahl, AE3, of Film Library has trained 117

Are your monthly mortgage AEB School NATTUnit. personnel in the operation of

payments, or rent, a quarter of the 16 mm projector since last <
your income or less? Do you havean October.

organized household budget, Classes in projector operationsare
on paper currently up to date?
held on Tuesdays and Thurs-
Does your wife agree that the
days at 1300 in Building 168.
loan is and will fit
necessary
These classes are held to a maxi-
into the budget? Does your plan- PROTESTANT
mum of 12 persons, therefore
ning for the future include such 0830-Holy Communion, AnSaints' reservations should be made one

possibilities as repairs to the Chapel0930Naval week in advance. ,w. /v. "'y
house or emergency hospitalization Chapel
Hospital Personnel desiring to attend .
? Are your bills paid up or to 0930-Service of Divine Wor- the class register by callingthe .. ......w+.. ....._ -
be may + l- **jX'v<'*< '-
paid up within 10 days? Fin- ship, All Saints' Chapel Film Library, Ext. 423. VA.4C HONORMEN "Blue Jacket of the Month" and"Outstanding
ally, if your family income was 1100-Service, of Divine Wor- Plane Captain of Month" honors for June have

suddenly stopped, could you get ship, All Saints' Chapel Weekdays been awarded to M. W. Poore AME 2 and H. E. Tinadll, AMS 3.
by on reserve funds or help from 0700-King Hall Poore was commended for his supervisory ability, and the outstanding -
CATHOLICSunday manner in which he performs his collateral duties of
relatives for six
months?
Saturday Shop Safety Petty Officer Training P.O.. and Shop Inspector.
All sound questions, these, although 0800-St. Edward's Chapel Tindallwas cUed while serving as a Plane Captain on tht

it's true. that some of 0630-.Naval Hospital Chapel Confessions'are i '.heard. .'.from ability.FSF.8T. Both men were lauded for their military bearing and.
1900-2000. Line, and was commended .for 'efficiency and reli-
.
them may not be too applicable 0900-120o-St..Edwards Chapel personal appearance.




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__ JAX AIR NEWS Paged


Enrollment In f Mad Foxes Host Two




Polio Plan : Penn. Reserve UnitsTwo


groups of "weekend warriors" Patrol Squadrons

934, and Nava Air Reserve Maintenance Unit 935, from NAS
Ends July 27The ? I' Willow Grove, Penn. arrived here last Sunday, July 8 for

r two weeks active duty training.The .
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annual enrollment of NAS Reserve Squadrons
Jax civilian employees in the brought three fully equippedP2V Under SecNav

Polio Insurance Group is now patrol bombers for use dur-

beginning, the Industrial Rela- I ing their two-week active duty Plunges Into

tions Department reports. rMA \ t{, training period. Physical FitnessSecond

Employees may enroll in the One hundred fifty-one officers
k k I only to the Com-
and bluejackets of VP-934 will
program or renew existing con- i mander in Chief, Paul B. Fay,
utilize the Naval Air
tracts any time from July 9 Reserve Jr., Under Secretary of the
I
through July 27. Effective date Maintenance Unit as an opera- Navy, is a man who believes
of new policies will be 14 days tional support group. The employment "diving" into any program
I connected with physical fit-
of a NARMU is
after the anniversary date of the a ness should be actions and not
Station group, which is July 25. relatively new concept in the just words.
Navy's Reserve Program. It is During his recent visit to
The Polio Insurance Plan pro- designed to provide the best Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, he took
vides protection in the amountof utilization of highly trained time out from his VIP choresto
$10,000. for. each subscriberand maintenance do calisthenics with the
personnel. from the radar
I crew picket
individual covered and
The NAS Willow Grove units escort USS Falgout, runningthe
covers expenses incurred during will be attached to Fleet Air 300-yard shuttle in o: ,,..>
a three-year period from date of 'I seconds, doing 42 sit-ups, and
Wing Eleven at Jacksonville,
diagnosis of polio. The amounts WARRIORS ARRIVE-Being greeted by CDR R. P Smith 30 push-ups..
allowed for each type (left), XO of VP-5. it LCDR "Chuck" Lubar, skipper of VP-934. under the operational control of Then, he visited the sub-
expenseare one of two groups of "Weekend Warriors." who arrived here at CAPT G. J. Fraeuheim, under the marine base and watched the
not pro-rated and the treat- NAS last Sunday for two weeks of active duty training. The operational control of CAPT G. men ascend the Submarine
ment and care provided under "Mad Foxes" are hosting the NAS Willow Grove, Penn.. squadron J. Escape Training Tank and
the policy covers all hospital and together with the Naval Air Reserve Maintenance Unit Fraeunheim for their summer decided he'd like to try it out.
cost of rentalof which will maintain the three fully equipped P2V Neptune training period. The veteran He made two ascents, one
medical
expenses,
patrol bombers the squadron flew to Florida. antisubmarine squadron. Patrol from 18 feet and another from
iron lung, braces and other 50 feet.
similar mechanical equipment, Squadron Five, commanded by Incidentally, Secretary Fay
House Armed CDR Robert L. Huber, will host will be 44 this month.
nursing care and transportation.The Services the units.
Plan will pay regardless of

any hospitalization or medical While in the Jacksonville area I Mutual Death
expense plans which an employee Committee Lists "Q" RatesThe the "Mad Foxes" of Patrol

may now have; however; per- Squadron Five will help the Na- Benefit SocietyThis
sons covered under the Federal House and Senate buried the hatchet and have come val Air Reserve VP squadron

Employees Health Benfit Pro- to an agreement on the Quarters Allowance Increase which become familiar with the latest Notice is issued to advise

gram would be subject to the will go into effect January 1, 1963, according to a Navy developments in the field of antisubmarine members of the Employees' Mu-

"double coverage" provisions of Times report. warfare. They will tual Death Benefit Society of the

the plan under which they are The measure has been sent to ated the engage in simulated wartime exercises death of two of its members.
enrolled. the Presient for final signature. highly objectionable and will conduct actual Information concerning the deathof
feature of which
October 1 was the date the existing law requires maritime surveillance patrols in these members is as follows:
Cost of a family contract House had originally voted on non-commisisoned officersto the Caribbean and Southeastern GUSTAVE A. SCHNEIDER,
which employee, allot a portion( of their pay in
covers spouse coastal
but it agreed with the January waters. retired, formerly employed as
order to for the benefitsof
and all unmarried children qualify
up 1 date decision voted by the Sen- Aircraft Mechanic (General),
to the of 21 is $4.00 per year. the Dependents AssistanceAct.
age ate.For The Committee Armed O-4 .......... ........... 120.00 14505 Overhaul and Repair Depart-
Cost of a single contract is $2.00 on
the senior ranking EM Services is convinced that this I O-3 ... .............. ....... 10500 130.05 ment, passed away on May 26,
per year. Employees renewing or (|E-4 with over four years servo action will do much to increase O-2 ...... .... ............ 95.00 12000 1962. Schneider was employedat

submitting new applications check bankor must ice), the pay boost can either be I the morale and prestige of our I 0.1 .................._..... 85.20 110.10 this Station on April 10,. 1941,
submit a personal ,
added to his "Q" allotment or non-commissioned officer W-4 ... ..... ............._ 120.00 145.05 and met all requirements for
order in the
postal money with paid to him direct. The junior Certainly, if our non-commis-corps. W-3 .......................... 105.00 130.05 continuation of membership after
the
of
premium
amount
Such EM, however, must continue his sioned officers can be trusted W-2 ...... ........._........ 95.10 120.00 retirement (disability) as pro-
their
should application.be'made payable payment to the allotment at the specified rate, with the lives of men and expensive W-1 1 .......................... 85.20 110.10 vided under Article IV of the

Pacific Mutual Life Insurance the boost being included. equipment, then they E-' ................_.__... 85.20 120.00 Constitution and By-Laws as

Under a new House Armed should be permitted to be responsible E-8 ................_...... 85.20 120.00 amended. He was a Charter

Company. Services Committee ruling it is I for their own families". E'7 ............_........... 75.00 114.90 Member of the Society.

Necessary forms and additional left up .to the discretion of the Following: are the new "Q" E-6 .......................... 70.20 110.10 JOHN F, ZERBE, Electrician
information may be obtained senior EM that he may or may rates that will become effective E-5 '. .... .... ........ ... 70.20 105.00 (Aircraft), Overhaul and Repair
from the following departmental ,not continue his pay portion of January 1, 1963, : E-4 (over 4 years) 70.20 150.00 Department, passed away on June!
representatives: 0 & R, Mary I he allotment.In Without With With. 21, 1962. Zerbe was employed at

Dunbar; Public Works (Main- abolishing this past legal (0-10 Grid. .................._pndnti..$160.20 D.p.nd.nts$201.00 I Cr.d. out d.- 1 d.- 2 d.- mort d.. this Station on July 28, 1948 and
tenance), Janice Hogan; (Trans- requirement for allotments the 0.9 ..... ?', ..... ..... 160.20 201.00 ptndtnti pndnt p.nd. pnd. had been continuously employedhere
(Bldg. 902)), Earline Jacobsen; Committee said: 0.8 160.20 201.00 :-.4$55.20 $83.10 $83.10 $105.001 until the date of his death.In .
portation), Yvonne L. Jefferson; "Of significance is the fact that 0.7 160.20 201.00 I E-3 55.20 55.20 83.10 105.00 accordance with the By-

(Utilities), Jeanette Reilly; Supply I the propose legislation elimin 0.6 0.5 140.10 130.20 170.10 I E-2: 55.20 55.20 83.10 105.00 Laws of the Society, the benefi-
157.50 I E-1;
Marguerite J. Brown; Comp- 55.20 55.20 83.10 105.00 ciaries of the deceased members

troller, Betty Jo. Barthlow; Security I are entitled to receive payment

William H. Harden, Jr.; I I equal to $1.00 per active memberon

Miscellaneous, (Administration), the date or death of the

Grace Caldwell; (IRD), RaymondB. member concerned. On this basis

Datres. the beneficiary of Schneider has
I
received $2098 and the benefi-
bsIap
; ciary of Zerbe has received

11i-- L 4A/ ,74Jr. $2100.

NAS 'Copfer, I As a result of these paymentsby

the Society, members will be

Flies Mercy HopLT assessed $2.20, which will be due
and payable within ten working

Bill Shanley, NAS heli- days after notice of assessment.For .

copter pilot, was called upon this purpose, the 10-day
Monday to deliver a dose of period began on July 2, 1962

insulin to a civilian seaman I and will end July 16, 1962. Mem-

who became ill aboard the bers are reminded that cash pay-

merchant vessel Catherine ments will not be accepted.
-;
some 50 miles off the coast. I ,:It Checks or money orders shouldbe

The request for the medicalaid ..It". +' I br made payable to: EMPLOY-
provided by the NAS /'. :'. -.' EES' MUTUAL DEATH BENE-

Dispensary, came from the DILIGENCE EXCELLENCE COMPfTENCE-Describes the basis for issuing Sustain. FIT SOCIETY. No receipts will
Sea Air Rescue headquartersat ed Superior Performance Award to these three Overhaul and Repair Department personnel. They be issued, as the canceled checkor
Miami. are (left to right) Dominic Commisso Leading Metalsmith (aviation), who demonstrated superior money order stub will serveas
Monday night, the sailor qualifies of leadership and professional competence throughout the year 1961 William L. Cat. proof of payment. Payment of
relic Chief Quarterman recognized for his outstanding record
as a production supervisor during '
the assessment is each
was admitted to the Naval member'sown
the period December 1960-61 and William E. Johns Production Controlman whose initiative and
Hospital at which time his organizational ability are such that he is capable to perform substantially all the duties to responsibility, as individual
condition was listed as serious. which he Is normally assigned with a minimum of assistance. Handing them their awards is O&R notices of assessment will not be
Officer CAPT Robert H. Fagan. furnished by the Society.




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thS For Regional Links


1liv
S ,.1 +e, + srvlx + I
.Nar.x31
; Twenty-nine top linksters from the Fifth, Sixth, Eighthand
Tenth Naval Districts teed off here at the NAS golf

course Tuesday to begin the 1962 South Atlantic RegionalGolf

Tournament.The .
Mary Bisenius MSC of the Naval
tourney play is expectedto
A SEA&ON'S; SPOILS-These are only a portion of the trophies to be given away at the Iron wind up sometime tomorrow. Hospital Jax; Teddy Jackson,
Man Banquet that was scheduled for July 18 but has now been postponed until further notice. The The tournament comprisesthree WAVE Chief Personnelman from
trophies will be handed out to the winners and runners.up in each of the Iron Man events. In the Naval Station at Charleston;
addition trophies will also be awarded to outstanding individuals. The Iron Man Trophy is not In. divisions. In the Open, each and WAVE LT M. E. Pea from
cluded in the picture above, but VA-44 has assured it will be there when the occasion arrives. District has a four-man team.
This will be the largest number cf NAS trophies to be awarded in recent years.Adm's The Senior Division has two par- Pensacola.LT .
ticipants from the 5th, 6th, 10th Jerry Foley of VA-44 hereat
and one from the 8th Naval Dis- NAS is also in the race. He
Trophy PursuedBy Beat This- tricts. The Women's Division, 5th took the runner-up honors during -

Naval District, has two represen- the 6ND tourney.The .

Diamond PlayersThe You CanPay tatives; 8th Naval District, one; top four in the Open, top
If and 6th Naval District, three. The two in the Senior and top threein
ladies from the 6th District were. the Women's Divisions will
$5 to see the World
race toward the Admiral's Trophy picked up speed Championship Green Bay the top three winners in their earn a slot in the All-Navy Golf

the first of the Com District finals which were played Tournament to be held at San
and hastened its pace Tuesday as game Packers vs the St. Louis Car-
at NAS Cecil Field. They are, Diego, Calif., beginning August
dinals and then deduct the
FairJax Softball Tournament. got underway.Eight in order of standings, LCDR 22.
cost from your 1962 income
teams were on the ros-

ters as of Monday. They are Spades Aces tax.Sound a* bit 'far-fetched'?

VF-174 and VF-31 of Cecil Field, Nevertheless it can be done. WHATZDO'NSPORTS

VA-44, FAW11, Patrol Squadrons Once a year the Jacksonville -

"! 5, 16 and 18, and ComFairJaxStaff. WinKegling; charity organizationsbring WIZEBy

'''I in top talent for its annual -

Tonight, there will be three benefit game night. This Marc Whetstone
games played on Enterprise Field Plavbovslnc year, it's Green Bay and the Sports EditorIf

beginning at 1600, 1800 and 2000. Cardinals who will perform in you've ever tackled the fight-
The Spades Aces of VP-30 the Gator Bowl, Saturday, ing spirit of a rainbow trout halfhour early, however, to
Tomorrow the quarter and captured the Intramural Bowling : August 18. which nearly jerked you off the register and the like. On week-

1 semifinal games in the loosers crown by defeating the Playboys It is a grand opportunity, river bank, then you know how ends and holidays, it's often a
bracket will be played as part of four games at the Special not only to see top-notch pro exciting sport fishing be. good idea to make phone reser-
the double elimination tourna. Services Bowling alley last Wed football but, to 'help support This 'excitemefit', however can is vations ahead of time.

ment. nesday night. Jacksonville's United Fund not restricted to cool little creeks What can you expect to catch

It is expected that Monday will Trailing, going into the final 1 Drive.Scarborough. hidden in the back woods of the -30 miles off shore?
The
be the day set aside for the night of the rolloffs, the Spades Rocky Mountains.For' most popular fish in this

Championship playoffs, also at Aces took command winning all instance, I furthered my area is the Red Snapper, rang-
Enterprise Field. four games of the series to give fishing i experience recently ing in weight from half-a-pound
them a 14-6 first place record. (away from my Colorado fishing to 35 pounds.

This is the second Fleet Air The winning VP-30 team consisted Gifford In grounds) taking a. stab at the The day I went out, the larg-
Jax Intramural sports event of of Richard Stubben, Charles 'Big Ones'. est Snapper caught was 12

the Admiral's Trophy since its Lambert, Dave Rotundo, Edward Deep Sea fishing, to me, was pounds. But then, it was the
inception in March. The first Beebe and Gerold Brunick. Bru- Nat. Publinx for the man who had a little spawning season which, some

competition was Tennis in which nick was the high bowler for more than sailor's pay in his fishermen say, will end in abouta
VA-44 walked away with the the Aces with a three games NAS Jax golf champ Lew Gif pocket. But, I was soon to learn month. After that, you can

honors. series of 571 and a high game OJ j ford, together with parshooterBill that here in Florida my sailor's expect to land those 20 and 30
Scarborough and Jacksonville's
210. pay was quite sufficient to fin- pounders.
The Admiral's Trophy is sim- Bert Green are representing
ilar to the Station's Iron Man ance a fishing spree out m thee Everything from Sea Bass
Second place went to Admins the Gateway City in th briny blue.It ,
Trophy with the exception that Playboys with a 12 and 8 win- National Public Links Golf Tour- Snappers and Flounders (just to
only] Fleet Air Jax commandsand loss record in the rolloffs. In all began at the small little mention a few of the good edi-

units can participate. It also the final night, the Playboyscame fishing community of Mayport, ble fish) to the 'tackle-busting'
is based on a points system, as close to defeating the some 30 odd miles from Jax., Amberjack is there to be caught.I .
where
such: For every team entry in Spades Aces in total pins with vessels numerous large and small even saw a couple eels and a
the nine event race, 200 pointsare 2517 The Aces laid down 2608. are available for charter. sponge the size of a washtub
given. Should any one team The Admin team led And, to the serviceman, the fee break the water's surface.
was by
is
enter all events, they are awarded Walt Zaborniak who had a high very nominal. .mine was $6. This was my first experienceat

with an additional 1000 points game of 215 and the high set This price included the pole, deep-water fishing but it won'tbe
regardless of their standing. for the night with 612. Other reel, tackle and bait, plus an all- my last. Not if a novice fish-
There is one exception, however. I day excursion I'll not soon for- erman like myself can, through
Since Golf and Bowling are members. the Playboys are get. hardly any effort on his own,
played twice yearly, a unit may Stan Krolczyk, Sid Kramer, Bill I Most all of the Mayport boats brim! homo a WP nno.
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enter both of these events only Harden and James Duplentis.It range in the 65-foot class, equip- My 'Big One', I'm proud to
once, making a total of seven ped with up-to-date electronicgear
say, was the largest catch of the
was Supply who took third
entries. This will still enable used to detect the best of day-an Amberjack-weighing
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them to be eligible for the 100 with 11 wins, 9 losses while the what there is down under. And
pounds, a length of 42 inches.It .
per cent participation.For Owl Hoots of VP-30 followed believe me, it's fool proof.
took me over fifteen min-
the winner of each event close behind with 10 wins and Charters usually leave the utes of reeling, sweating, and

goes 1000 points: 750 for the run. 10 losses.In Mayport basin at 0730 daily, reeling again before I finally
nerup and 500 for third place. weather permitting. All anglers landed what I believed earlierto
fifth position were the are asked to be there
I at least a be a relative of Moby Dick.I .
The nine events are: Tennis, Strikes of Special Services witha '

Softball, Golf (twice), Bowling 7 and 13 record. Sixth place New York. Scarborough and Gif- sea.thoroughly I'm enjoyed my dayat
ford tied for medalist honors sure you would yours'
(twice), Football, Volleyball, and went to the Paymasters of Disbursing ; with 146 in the 36 holes, while

Basketball. with 6 wins, 14 losses. LEW GIFFORD Publinx contestants. Scarborough too.AE
has had three unsuccessful Blue Heads

I' Varsity Softball Tryouts on MondayTryouts I II nament July 9-14. cracks at the National title. Gif-
ford Softball
made it to
I I I The three qualified at Hyde the semifinalsat LeagueThe
t ,will be held on Enter I Softball team. Park June 26 for the trip to Detroit last year in his first
the 37th Publinx Amateur Tour- attempt.All AE "Blue" team, main-
t prise Field, Monday, July 16 at All persons from commandsand ney being held at the Sheridan though Scarborough has taining a near-perfect record,

:. 1630, for selection of a varsity units here on the Stationare Park Golf Course in Tonawanda, been detached from NAS he will remain on top of the NATTU
Green golfed a 149. represent Jacksonville in Intramural Softball League. They
squad for the 1962 Jax Navy eligible to take part. They have all been previous i 1 tournament: the back.have won 10 with a single set-





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July 1962
JAX AIR NEWS I Pag 5

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SAFETY FIRST-ThU small ; t '
hoarding boat was put through e '+ 4
ts paces by these Coast Guard : 18 Naval Reserve Officers

ien during the Fourth of July ... 4 ;}' '
3oal and Water Safety Show : E $ '
held here at NAS. Among the '" _<
Train With 13th ForcesSnakes
'
lany hundred spectators view : !' ;;.,, Special

n the performances was the !
oat L } Yet
Safety Queen Miss Susan.
}' 2 } outdoor living, and
leiners (right) in nist) forces. These soldiers all
Kathyn generally roughing it are just
rfih her attendents
of whom have volunteered to
wis (left). Queen of the Jax }, Dulboard Club, and ENS John ,, >f< "'>x3f 2a t?=' ,, < Reserve Naval officers are undergoing parachute behind enemy lines,
jieinmann of the Weapons Department. s}; this week and next in upon a country's request, go in
NAS CeciL Demon- after dark and begin their mis-
the Naval Air Station.
areas near
rations were given on boat ? g, sion.

ns ections. a helicopter search a,? $ '(), }e{ i. trc ..4rk': Etff2+:,; ' and rescue mission water skiIng }>+ ;\: '2 FL, }, \ }r James Blackwell Naval Air Reserve .
and how NOT to drive a \ Training Unit Intelligence P '*mm.m.x...,..:$ .,,.. ,'*<'*>t.. ,. .

)peed boat. The program began 2 tot Officer the Naval ;
t x Programing <
irith a parade which startediowntown }.SS .4f
officers, all of whom are eva rwp'
and travelled up the
lion and escape specialists will
fiver to the Stations bank
5 ."}} .. ,n:.a.3a.::.: 9iY }nba d3'bei 9iib YorAw ivre'ko w= in under
> ,
+ + participate maneuvers
??? : ''Z;:: } e:;;;i:tcx4: 'cSx ax+yx' : o }}an{ :wwvrr. ;bewcq@, .

.w.Y.; near-combat conditions at Camp :: .:.>.:;: .., .
,uad: +rt;>\ .QRd I )'tb{'k'9 '?R'xp%}' .. ;e. yttl ye v>d1 ''t? Blanding, along with the 13th fYu

:rbch x Special Forces Group. ...: :fi\ ;}::: ..;.

}>$:$.} c,}.,ck?:rf }r+ 4w,4..}x.;rrt.sta..';...,a fYNY/V,{3, ;.=}:??a+:. Special training in snake hahd- ; .,W-t
:r,,a.x Yr: h:'.''::k: :k,'''+::.k},,.::k.4:tfNt.A4 ..'d'.:YeYtiY %{'k{' ,4 :vbe@:a{. ling was received by the group ,)>3.r .
:+:;:>:{%xu.{ .. S : J
.'LaL:. 3 5' S5 last Tuesday at Ross Allen's {
.$. .' Y. .f32$7JtY % 0:8.: Y{} :xK .ltff{ "" .
S. :
:*
: ? :.Sh tott .L t N
: ;
{,,'{$ Reptile Farm at Silver Springs.The '


k' {:.. :::. :.;:.rt;::.6::}%<:.:.::?'f.:: k;.{ };}.{ :r 'n'{. *k A.A .t2yx2 f'N this week Reservists and will spend spend part next of tr; : i// Jp

udWo:.53;:: }F, M iC::::.{., +Y week at Camp Blanding.The : !

.. Special Forces Group,
)
naV : :r 'I'
< ....
.
!{{{ :+ +:f which is made of from > .' _' .
t:r::;s:};.}<{: up men ':oL.Wo.:' ..._: <" ,. .1""y'M. <> :.,
?Dia Lakeland Orlando St. Peters-
CHAVIS McKINLEY
"':f't.'rf:%y, }}x; rw
x' burg, Tampa and Miami, is Galley 1 Honors
headed by Colonel Henry J.
: .
: 44t Wolfs of Jacksonville.Some June MessmanChavis

150 Special Forces men
McKinley, AA, was
.:t2r vA will parachute into hostile ter.
honored as Messman for the
ritory to join forces will 100 month of June in Galley No. 1
guerrillas and their 9 chiefs during 5.
on Thursday, July
the maneuvers. They will LCDR L, E. Sutherland, Com-
organize and train the guerillas missary Officer awarded McKin-

and then ambush an entire company ley a weekend special liberty and

of men serving as aggres excused him from Personnel Inspection -

sors. The aggressors are 136 military at the ceremonies.
a ={ police from Melbournewho
h McKinley was recommendedfor
along with local law en. the award by the S-6 Division

forcement officers, will attemptto Master at Arms.

capture the parachuting SF He is attached to VAP-62 and

Aircraft Maintenance Dept'sMechs Fighters.The has been assigned to Galley 1

guerrillas which the Spe- since May.
I
cial Forces team will train are:I

Span Vast Area"Have about 100 basic infantry trainees I ManeuversContinued
from Florida, Mississippi and
Alabama. ( from page 1))

tool box, will travel", I Special Forces teams are this detachment, assumed a supervisory
could well be the'motto of the Jacksonville. I, if they are downed. i country's way of training and capacity during the maneu
Line Many times at these remote D. F. Buskirk, ADR3 who was
and Hanger Divisions of supporting native guerrillas in
locations, the crews are requiredto I in Crouch's crew at Tampa has ver.The
the Aircraft Maintenance De- their struggle against occupation "Flying Gator's" are
work under adverse weather I also gone down to MaypOrt to I
partment. forces. Many are now in Laos I scheduled to return to NAS
conditions and with inadequate assist in taking an engine off a -
These divisons repair facilitiesand and Thailand helping people Jacksonville, July 13.
equipment.One I' TF and bringing it back to NASto (I
against the Viet Commu
crews span a vast area of Cong ( .n-op-
work on. Sam Bobbit ADR2
the Southeast and occasionallydip of the trips, the greatestd ,
I ctanco from NAS, was made to I, was along on this trip.
down into Central and South
Bogata, Columbia in 1960. There, Myrtle Beach, South Carolnii .
America.At a s-r nan crew spent seven days was another area where A/C

the present time a crew of !rebuildina and installing an en Maintenance gave assistance. R.
four mechanics and one electron. gine on the Attache's R4D. I.
M. Keighly, ADR3 was in the ,
ics technician are in the Panama On another trip J, R. Crouch who the station's g t
changed
an Canal R4D.area This changing' particular an engine airs aft on ADRI and his crew of four wentto crew R4D engine. The engine and all f ;l(

belongs to the Columbian Naval Tampa in March 1961 to equipment were flown up there : ;? '

Mission. change an engine on a P2V. This from here. 1'f":*'
I
Through the past two years was a plane belonging to a Naval Last November, R. L. Everett :"I" 'j/.
>
A/C Maintenance has been called Reserve group from Chicago. ADR3 and crew went to Grand x.i >

upon to make many trips to repair Naval Reservists fly only on I Turk Island to change an engine

downed aircraft. At most of weekends and must return to on the Air Station's R4D. There i

the locations all the equipment their civilian jobs by Monday was no hangar space availableI

necessary to complete the job thus making it necessary for and all the equipment necessaryfor

must be flown? in from NAS, NAS crews to repair the planes II I I I the job was also flown in. H&

R O. Peacock ADR2 was a

member of the crew that changedan
He engine in' Tallahassee in February i

9'SI 1961. This crew spent 72
4bt _
I hours work time changing the

engine and had to drive to and
"
_' from the area, a round trip of
:' .. ">'::':f.' ':i:: :' eight miles.
/+:; / '
Bob Whorton, AA, was in

crew going to San Salvador, Bahamas -

to change the R4D engine -

f< ; and also to Hunter Air '

Force Base, Savannah, Georgiato : :: "

change an engine on the Air ", ,,y..__ .<<:'W l, / ,;.t . L
:iii:
: Station's UF. CAROLINA BOUND Marine LTCOL Darwin P. Glaese
_ltJ10J,. ::L> \;". In addition to these trips A/C (left) Co of VMA-142, together with his XO, LTCOL John P.
RETIREMENT-Joseph Fowler. ADJI is piped over the Maintenance services 20 Murnane, go over the plans of his squadron's departure from
tide at retirement ceremonies held at VA-44 on June 29. ending some MARTD Jax Saturday for 15 days annual summer maneuvers.at
20 years Naval Service, his last two being with the 'Hornets..'' NAS aircraft and various transit the Marine Corps Air Station. Beaufort S.C. While in South
The ceremonies included the reading of a letter which commended aircraft with minor discrepancies. Carolina, VMA-142 will take part in "Operation Unity" a three*
Fowler for his outstanding ability to' accomplish the most An' 'average of 950 transit year FMF program designed to bring reserve and regular units ;
difficult tasks in the most efficient manner.. He was- selected arecall! t'per month. use the facilities closer together. Squadron pilots will fly their. A4D Skyhawk
tbr.Month for.December. jets fo Beaufort while the ground crewmen and administrative ..
as VA-44'i Outstanding Blue Jacket of.
,
1961. p .-.t at"NAS:. <. . s *. T I. personnel make the trip"Id'transport aircraft. '* "




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r i[ ---r. IjL Mew ASW Air

: I

; ikf I Ii. Rate Established


With the large number of patrol
.. bomber crewmen located chance to try for the P-2 scale.

here at NAS Jax, the Navy will Those rates eligible are AT2s
more than likely have its eye and above with considerable airborne .

open for certain men desiring to ASW repair experiencewho
convert their rate to the new have one of these NECs:
Aviation Antisubmarine Warfare AT-6625 through AT-6629. 8267

Technician (AX) rating whichis 8319 8377. 8378 or '838h SOls

expected to go into effect or above with ASW operation

around December 1 of this year. experience, and men in any other
The new rating has been addedto Group IX (aviation) rating with
the critical list for proficiency airborne ASW equipment main.

pay purposes which means an tenance or operation experience.
W9 I automatic P-l pay boost plus a Applications for the change

must reach the Bureau of Na-
.
: ( val Personnel (Pers-B223)) before
w i} : I Jci FLEET August 15.
doos+ : +< '?:i ,>,.l RESERVEASSOCIATION
Only those men who are ableto

get a sceurity clearance will
be considered. WAVES are not
eligible.

.. .
The first
:: exams in the AX
rating will be held next Febru-
'" : ary. Men who are promoted in

.. ::' '. their present rating as a resultof
:
;.:. .. ;:; :,:.::.:.,.,, .... taking this August's exams

HISTORIC OCCASION-Cake cuttingYhighlights the luau which climaxed the First Annual will be changed over to the new
East Coast Chief Photographer's Roundup held here last weekend. Early day and active duty rating in their new pay grade if
photographers gathered to compile facts, information and photographs that may be used in a selected.
book on the history of Naval Photography. ((1 to r) RADM Robert S. Quakenbush; LCDR S. W. .
Cox; Chris Koch, PHC; LCDR L. E. Goodnight: LCDR E. E. Pierce and LCDR J. H. Chamblin ', ,y 's.t Formal Class A training in

-all.... of.....-whom are retired. the new rate began July 1 at
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NATTC, Memphis, Tenn., where
the B school will also be con-


rr I NavNews RoundupTOP cr .,. t' ducted.RoundupCrntinued


TRAINING DEVICE -- ( from page 1))
Thursday July 12 I the waters off the coast pf er was RADM Robert S. Quack-

Mainside-Proud Ones; 1900 MEMPHIS, Tenn. Clear Virginia. Later this summer Enterprise enbush, who said he got his start
only. thinking spare parts, and $1.50In I with its embarked air in photography by being photo

NATTUnit-Premature Burial;; sand have produced the best group, will participate in its manager of his class yearbook at
1900 only. training device yet devised at first major naval strike exercise. the Naval Academy.
the Naval Air I
Technical
Training
I' Hospital-Carousel; 1900 only The ship, commanded by WILLIS J. CAPWELL Before retiring in 1957 after
Center's Class "C" Advanced
Friday July 13 CAPT V. P. De Poix, USN, was Branch 91, Fleet Reserve Association 30 years' in the Navy Admiral
Helicopter Course.
commissioned on Nov. 25, 196 1. held its annual joint t Quackenbush had charge of
of the Lost
Mainside-Legend ;;
CWO Walter E. Costlow, USMC, Vice Admiral John McN. Ty- installation of officers for theI photography at the A-bomb tests
1900
NATTUnit only. Proud Ones 1900 designed the helicopter electronic lor, USN, Commander Second I year 1962-63, on Saturday, July at Bikini Island in the Pacific in
; blade tracking trainer. A group Fleet, said "The addition of the I I 7, in the ballroom of the Hotel 1 1946.

only.Hospital Premature Burial; )f 10 Navy and Marine Corps per- ENTERPRISE will greatly enhance -I I Roosevelt.W. He also established the Navy

1900 sonnel put it together. The trainer the capability of the Se- J. Capwell, MUC, was in school of Photographic Interpretation -
only. would have cost an estimated :ond Fleet for promoting national[ |i stalled as President of Branch in Washington, D.C.
Saturday. July 14 $100,000 or more if procured security: 91 and Mrs. Paula Miller took Some of the other old timers

Mainside-Greatest Show on comercially.It over as President of Unit 91. present were: Chris Koch who

Earth; 1900 only. was constructed from r.l. DESTROYERS CELEBRATE Rear Admiral Joseph M. Car was a PIIC in 1918; LCDR V. H.

NATTUnit-Legent of the Lost; vaged helicopter parts and an old 60TH YEAR son, Commander Fleet Air Jax, Chamblin; CDR Lloyd I Ki-

1900 only. XHSS fuselage. Unnecessary QUINCY. Mass,-Secretary of Naval Air Base 6ND, was the veil; LCDR S. W. Cox; H. E.

Hospital-Proud Ones; 1900 parts were removed and the imir.' the Navy Fred Korth will serve I' guest speaker. "Baldly" Peele, PHC; LCDR

only. rotor blades were cut to half. as honorary chairman of the] Other new officers of Branch E. E. Pierce; and S. B. Hein, PHC

Sunday July 15 length. The 1.525-horse power South Shore's observance of the I 91 are T. J.. Bennett, Vicepresident ill of whom entered the photographic

Mainside-Psycho; 1400 and motor was replaced by a 7Mi-hp? "Sixtieth Anniversary of De ; T. L. Cannon, Secretaryand field prior to 1936 and
1900. 2 ..vo1t three piece! electric mo. stroyers" in the Navy. I R. W. Weinelt, Treasurer. :are now rPtirPA
NATTUnit-Greatest Show on tor. This motor drives the main -- -- Peele served 23 years as a naval

Earth; 1400 and 1900. rotor through the hydro-mechni. : photographer and is said to
Hospital-Legend of the Lost; cal clutch. main drive shaft, and be the only Navy cameraman to

1900 only. gear box to a top speed of 135 'y take pictures of the wedding of
Monday. July 16 rpm. then movie actress Grace Kelly.

Mainside-Pajama Game: 1900 I In tracking the helicopter He now is range photographic

only. rotor system, it uses an elSctro- coordinator for Lockheed Mfg.
optical : Co., manufacturer of Agena, second
NATTUnit-Psycho; 1900 only. system to detect blade
Hospital-Greatest Show on angles out of track. This information r : stage booster vehicle for

Earth; 1900 only.Tuesday.. is fed to a computer several orbiting missiles, and the
July 17 where the out of track condifion Hanger IV which impacted on

Mainside-The Accused; 1900only. of each rotor is shown in frac- the moon.
tions of an inch displacement. It LCDR Chamblin noted that he

NA'TTUnit-Pajama' G a m e; can track the entire system to ; entered Navy photography on St.Patrick's .
1900 only. within an eighth of an inch. Day, 1926 and was at
Hospital-Psycho; 1900 only. The sand is used for ballast. that time, the Navy's 61st Photo-
grapher.
Wednesday July 18 ENTERPRISE JOINS 2nd FLEET Two Wave Chief Photographers -

Mainside-Magic Sword; 1900 LONDON. Dale Ward of Washington.D.C. .
only. England-The nu-
and Vivian Sanford from
NATTUnit-The Accused 1900 clear-powered aircraft carrier
; USS ENTERPRISE Bainbridge, Md. were also pre-
only. (CVAN-65))
sent for the .
Hospital-Pajama Game 1900 joined the United States Second Roundup.The
;
only. Fleet in the Western Atlantic purpose of the Roundupwas
last week. to provide an opportunityto
} gather facts, old photographers,
The 86,000-ton attack carrier
NATTU HonormenPvt. and other information for later
will be integrated into the full- UNIQUE AWARD LT Jim Smith (left). of VA-135. receives use in book
compiling the
a
on
M. D. Roberts AE "A" time operating schedule of the a ComFairJax individual competitive exercise award-
School, 90.93.S. Second Fleet, which is the major an ice cream cone from LCDR Russ Kaulback. Staff Attack historv of Naval Photography,
Training Officer for setting a new Fleet Air Jax 20mm strafing said LCDR Pulley.
L. Chester, AE1, AE "B" naval striking force in the
mark during fiscal 1962. Flying an ADS "Skyraider." Smith The West Coast photographers
School, 84.32.K. Atlantic and Caribbean. scored 50 hits the
on banner breaking the old record of 48 set in will hold their fourth
W. Nunch, AOAA, AO "A" Enterprise's first task force Feb. 1957. The Training Department awards an ice cream cone annual
to all individual record Roundup on Saturday, August 11
School 78.30. breakers and for a new unit record a
training operations will be in
round at "Happy Hour." in San Diego Calif.






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