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USS VINCENNES (CG-49) Ticonderoga class Aegis Cruiser in service 1985 to 2005 - "Freedoms Fortress" aka the "Checkmate Cruiser"

 

Engineering Department - Non Illegitmandum Carborundum - Don't let the bastards grind you down

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USS ROBISON (DDG-12) RADAR GANG - Personalized Japanese made patch for "Mac" asleep at his SPS-10 Console in CIC while the cockroaches march in. This is quite accurate as the little brown Japanese cockroaches loved to live inside our consoles and gear where it was warm and cozy. No matter how we tried to eradicate them from our compartments, they just moved from one space to another just like in a large apartment complex.

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USS ELLIOT (DD-967) Spruance class in service 1977 to 2003 - Bill the Cat - CE (Communications) Division, Westpac 1990

CE Division - is manned by Electronics Technicians (ET) and Interior Communications Electricians (IC) who are responsible for the ship's navigational radars, communications equipment, IFF system, DTS television system, gyros, alarm panels, telephone network and the announcing systems.

 

Elliot departed San Diego for WestPac-90 on 1 February 1990 as part of the USS Carl Vinson (CVN-70) Carrier Battlegroup "Charlie." Ports visited included Pearl Harbor, Hawaii; Pusan, Korea; Subic Bay, Philippines; Singapore; Pattaya Beach, Thailand; Diego Garcia, BIOT; Muscat, Oman; Fremantle; and Hong Kong. Elliot also participated in Team Spirit 1990 exercises with the South Korean military.
While transiting the South China Sea on 20 April 1990, Elliot rescued 35 Vietnamese refugees left adrift in a derelict boat and claiming to be the victims of pirates. Elliot's captain, CDR Timothy LaFleur, made the determination to embark the refugees and scuttle their boat. After the refugees were fed and clothed (many in clothes donated by crewmembers), Elliot turned them over to a representative of the United Nations High Commission for Refugees in Singapore on 21 April.
Elliot returned from deployment on 1 August 1990, one day before Iraq invaded Kuwait. Elliot then entered the NASSCO yards on 9 September 1990 and remained there until 17 December, thus spending the majority of the Persian Gulf War on the sidelines.

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RC Division USS Bainbridge DLGN 25, these were the ET's and IC's who were Nuke Qualified.

The Fission Division

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Very nice additions Bearmon,

 

 

Another Snipe patch, Whistling up some Steam

 

Day Aft Engine Room M Division - Responsible for the four engine rooms, Main Control and boilers. Operated the service generators condenser motors and performs repairs on all types of mechanical gear

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