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1 U.S.S. IOWA VETERANS ASSOCIATION NEWSLETTER Volume 41 Number 4 Printed in Davenport, Iowa F 2011 / Winter 2012 Edition From the President s Desk Shipmates: I am sure that each of you is excited about the news that USS Iowa has finy found a permanent home and will become a museum/memorial in Los Angeles Harbor. Pacific Battleship Center, the organization which was awarded the ship by the U.S., has already begun its ambitious schedule to have the ship ready for visitors by July As you may be aware the ship was towed out of Suisun Bay at the end of October and is undergoing extensive refurbishment in preparation for its final tow to the Los Angeles area. I will try to keep you posted of the ship s progress with entries on the deck log of our web site www. ussiowa.org and through Face Book entries.you can also follow events on the Pacific Battleship Center web site www. pacificbattleship.com. What is in this issue? The last issue of our newsletter was dedicated primarily to the announcement of the decision to award the USS Iowa to Pacific Battleship Center (PBC), and was intended to provide information about PBC and its plans for placing the ship into memorial/museum status in Los Angeles Harbor. By contrast, this issue will focus almost entirely on the reunion that was held in Charleston, SC in July. As required by our bylaws, officer reports, crew meeting minutes, and decisions made will be included. You will also find a complete listing of reunion attendees and lots of photos of our activities. USS Iowa Reunion 2012 The 2012 reunion will be held in San Pedro, California at the DoubleTree Hotel 2-6 July. The negotiated room rate for USS Iowa reunion attendees is $109 per night. This rate applies to the reunion dates and 3 days prior and 3 days after the reunion. Stay tuned to the deck log and Facebook for information about reunion events, activities and tours. In addition, each member who has a valid address will receive frequent messages about the reunion as the exact schedule of events is confirmed. The next issue of the newsletter will include a registration page, plan of the day, and other specific information about the reunion. When confirmed, this information will also then be available on the web site. DO NOT WAIT TO MAKE YOUR FLIGHT AND HOTEL RESERVATIONS. MAKE THEM NOW. C the DoubleTree Hotel to make your individual reservations. Hotel rooms are limited and can be reserved by cing (310) Ext 477. Be sure to identify yourself as a member of the USS Iowa reunion group. Unfortunately the nearest airports are miles from our reunion location. Los Angleles (LAX) and Long Beach (LGB) are the closest. Van transportation from the airport to the hotel is about $27-30 for one person. Additional passengers ride at a reduced rate. Whether you select LAX or LGB will depend on the airline carrier you choose. Addresses We are in the process of updating and refining our data base of addresses. These addresses are needed so we can quickly contact you with information about the ship s progress/schedule and to disseminate information about the reunion. In addition, we are trying to contact individual members to ask that they contribute their stories/experiences for use in the museum and also in a USS Iowa Historical Newsletter. This is difficult to do if we do not know how to contact you quickly. Please make sure that we have your most current address. You can update your address (and home address) by sending a letter or to Paul Ogg. His home address and address are listed in the officer section of this newsletter. Newsletter by Internet It has been suggested by many of our members that the could save money by eliminating the mailing of newsletters to those who have the Continued on Page 2

2 Page 2 U.S.S. IOWA Newsletter F Edition 2011 The Veterans of the U.S.S. IOWA Newsletter is published quarterly by the Veterans for the use of the association membership. Material for publication should be sent to the Editor: Mark S. Gustafson, 522A Crescent Street, East Bridgewater, MA Albert W. Burns 2616 Lelaray St Colorado Springs, CO Randy S. Frakes (Gina) 5433 Stonecliffe Dr Lincoln, NE (cell) Paul Gomez (Gloria) 6325 Vegas Dr. San Jose, CA Daniel J. Gramazio 906 Westgate Court Chesapeake, VA Bill S. Humienny (Ellen) st ST Brooklyn, NY Paul J. Mackey (Michelle) 2949 Hutchinson River Rd. Phillipsburg, NJ Officers Gerald Gneckow, President 8314 W. Promenade Dr. (Pat) Homosassa, FL November - May - (352) June - October (208) Michael J. Meldrum Sr., Executive Vice President 5701 Tembrooke Way (Shelly) Bargersville, IN Mark S. Gustafson, 1st V P & Editor 522A Crescent St. (Michele) East Bridgewater, MA (508) cell (781) Ken Leff, 2nd Vice President 5812 Naples Drive (Deborah) Zephyrhills, FL (813) Paul R. Ogg, Secretary/Treasurer 2916 NW Bucklin Hill RD #169 (Kitty) Silverdale, WA (360) Richard McClellan, Chaplain 168 San Benancio Road (Rena) Salinas, CA (831) Board of Directors Stephen Mason (Maria) 414B Willow Dr Ocean, NJ Bryan Moss (Gail) Springtree Place Valencia, CA (Home) (Cell) Marty A. Palmiere (Zienna) 4921 Yew Steet Pittsburgh, PA (cell) Cameron S. Ratkovic (Joanne) 1112 Crestfield Drive Lancaster, SC James D. Tate (Judie) 9894 S. Iris Ct. Littleton, CO Scot Taylor 4195 S. 39 RD Cadillac, MI Committee Chairmen Audit: Richard Myers, Membership: Scot Taylor, Budget: New chairman needed By-Laws: John Koerber, Museum Coordination Committee: Paul Gomez (see B.O.D.) Web Master: John Schultz, IOWA Point: Ken Leff (see B.O.D.) President s Letter Continued from Page 1 capability to read and print it from the internet. As you probably know, our newsletter can be found in pdf format on our web site. You can access the newsletters from the hot links at the top of the home page and print or any portion of the letter. If a sufficient number of our members chose to receive their newsletter this way we could save a considerable amount of money used in mailing. Of course we understand that many members prefer to get a hard copy of the newsletter by mail, or do not have the capability to access the internet or print copies of the newsletter. We will continue to mail the newsletter as always done previously, but for those who care to do so, please contact Paul Ogg, and ask that you be placed on the DO NOT MAIL A NEWSLETTER TO ME list. Most businesses are going paperless. Why not us? Other Important Information 1. As I have now served six terms as your President, it is time to pass the reins on to a new leader. Please begin consideration of whom you would like to see as your next President. The new President will be elected at the crew meeting in Please submit your association dues so that you will continue to receive your newsletters. Dues are $20 per year. 3. Remember to provide your family with written instructions about the final distribution of your USS Iowa memorabilia so that it will end up in the ship s museum. 4. Plan to attend the 2012 reunion in San Pedro. Fair winds and following seas, Jerry Gneckow MEMBERSHIP CARDS Dues year is 1 June to 31 May. Dues are $20 per year New cards are not issued every year (Replaced if requested). Dues expiration date is the first line of your address label on this newsletter.

3 F Edition 2011 U.S.S. IOWA Newsletter Page 3 Editor s Letter Greetings Shipmates, I hope that this newsletter finds you in good health, as we welcome in another new and exciting year for our beloved USS IOWA. I would persony like to extend my gratitude to Robert Kent and everyone from Pacific Battleship Center for everything that they are doing to preserve our great ship! I cannot believe how quickly everything seemed to start happening once Pacific Battleship Center decided to save her from the Ghost Fleet. I remember hearing about Robert Kent when we were in Albuquerque, New Mexico and that he had a plan to make the impossible a reality. I never imagined that it would take them less than 3 years, since other groups had tried for more than a decade. During our reunion in Charleston, South Carolina, Robert sat down with a few crewmembers in the hospitality room and showed us recent photos of the ship. It was like walking down memory lane, seeing the different areas where I used to live and work. The next day he spoke at the crew s meeting and at the dinner/dance to explain what PBC planned for the museum/memorial, if they were awarded IOWA. After years of waiting and waiting, the decision came down from the and PBC was awarded the ship on September 6th and the cheering could be heard across the country. On October 28th, IOWA began her 2 day journey from her home of 10 years, in Suisun Bay, to Richmond, California. There she will undergo repairs & painting before she makes her final trip to the Port of Los Angeles in San Pedro. For those of you that live near the Richmond area, PBC is looking for volunteers to help with the refurbishment. If you are willing and able to lend a hand, there are numerous tasks and jobs that PBC is looking to fill with volunteers and they cover from administrative to scraping paint and everything in between. Please contact Sue Schmidt, the volunteer coordinator and she will find a job that suits your special skills. And encourage your friends & family to volunteer, they do not have to be former crewmembers, just people who don t mind a little hard work. USS IOWA is also open for tours on the weekends, while she is docked in Richmond, Ca. Don t miss this opportunity to walk her decks again before she leaves in the Spring. Finy, many thanks to Tom Helvig for taking on the new adventure of editing the USS IOWA Historical Newsletter. This is sent out by only and if you did not receive the first edition, it means that your address needs to be updated. Until then, you can find the link to it on our association s website. Then contact Paul Ogg to change your information in our database. Fair Winds and Following Seas, Mark S. Gustafson MM3 (SW) JAMES CALLOWAY STM1 MIKE G. MACHANIAN CT DIV 43 RDM2 JOHN M. MROFCHAK 8TH DIV 43 CPL THOMAS F. RAILSBACK B DIV 51 BT2 WILLIAM C. FLOWERS I DIV SN2C GEORGE A. TELLIER SR 2ND DIV SN1C JOSEPH D. TODARO M DIV MM2 CHESTER J FREDERICK L/V DIV SN1C/AMM3 ALBERT E. GORDON S1 DIV SKC(RET) MARION J. FERNAU B/M DIV MM3 Comfort There is a tower of strength, For you and me Tis that which we c faith, And as the sea Off dashes on the rocks, To no avail So storms may come to us; But in the gale We lean upon that faith, And soon once more We see a beacon light It is the shore. Franklin Lee Stevenson

4 F Edition 2011 U.S.S. IOWA Newsletter Page 4 Meeting ced to order at 0900: President Gerald E. Gneckow. Invocation: Chaplain Richard McClellan. Roll C: Absent: VETERANS ASSOCIATION OF THE USS IOWA CHARLESTON CREW S MEETING THURSDAY, 21 JULY 2011 Board of Directors Randy Frakes and Glenwood Ivey. Motion made to accept the Minutes of the 2010 Crew s Meeting as published in the newsletter. Motion passed. Motion made to accept Treasurer s Report as presented. Motion passed. See newsletter. President s Annual Report : President Gerald E. Gneckow. See newsletter Officer Reports: Executive Vice President Mike Meldrum. I will present 2012 Reunion Sites under new business. Choices considered will be San Pedro, CA and Central Time Zone Site. First Vice President Mark Gustafson. Newsletters can also be found on the website. Anyone wanting to submit something for the newsletter should or mail it to me. Addresses can be found in the newsletter. Iowa State awards were listed Iowa Plaque, b cap, coin and cup for outstanding Surface Warfare graduating senior; $ check b cap, coin and cup for outstanding rising Junior. Memorabilia reported several boxes received from Lester Smith were catalogued, packed and shipped to Historical Society of Iowa. Also spoke of the contract that would likely be adjusted again to provide funding for the preservation materials required. Reminded members to make disposition intentions well addressed with family concerning memorabilia. Secretary Paul Ogg. Membership information: 855 Honorary and Active members (dues paid up). 761 members listed as Deceased member records in the data base. This information as of 1 July Committee Reports: Bylaws John Koerber - No Report. Audit Dick Myers I have audited the financial records of the organization and find them well kept and accurate. At the end of 2010 the Balance sheet total assets are $ 127, which is an increase of $ 5, for the year. Budget Committee Ken Miller. Proposed budget: Other places to find info/people include several IOWA pages on Facebook. When the status of the ship is finy announced by the, we will send out a letter to members. Send Taps, dues, and address changes to Paul Ogg. It costs the association money when addresses are not up to date. Upcoming changes to the format of the newsletter include changing the name to The IOWAN. Special thanks to Joe Spina, Bill Humienny, Cameron Ratkovic, and Spencer Stanford for joining us at IOWA Point in April. Second Vice President Ken Leff. Reported the Ship s Store check book balance as of the end of June was $3, and sales were going well. New items in the Store were the three Iowa T shirts and quite a few old items would be on a clearance table. Also reported lighters would no longer be carried due to the minimum order requirement changes we could not support the initial cost and then have stock on the shelf for years to come. Also mentioned was the request to use the proper order form, now July 2011 and clearance form August 2011, order early for Christmas. Iowa Point was reported to have had a clean-up in late March. A battleship gun barrel was mentioned again when someone asked why we did not have one there as there are several available at St. Julian s Creek. Logistics, money, cranes, money, trucking permits and money were provided as reasons why we don t have one yet... USS IOWA VERTERANS ASSOCIATION 2011 BUDGET INCOME BUDGET Membership Dues $13,000 Preservation Fund - Iowa Point 3,900 Ship Stores 2,400 Misc. Income 100 Total $20,000 EXPENSES Website Renewal $ 000 Postage and Delivery 11,000 Printing 6,000 Ship Stores Expense 2,400 Iowa Point Maintenance 000 Telephone/Office Supplies 600 ROTC-MIDN Contribution 250 Membership Recruiting 250 Total $20,450 Recruiting Committee - Scott Taylor. Membership gains and losses: F 2010 to Spring 2011: 32 new members. Losses due to TAPS, 30. The breakdown for new members are as follows: * 40 s crew 1 * 50 s crew 8 * 80 s crew 9 Associate family 5 Honorary 9

5 F Edition 2011 U.S.S. IOWA Newsletter Page 5 For perspective, in my 2010 report, I reported a gain of 33 new members and a loss of 19. All gains and losses are taken from the information as posted in our newsletter and do not take into account membership losses due to any other circumstance other than TAPS. The goals for are of course to grow the membership. Our biggest chenge is getting the word out. As I have stated in the past, our use of technology would be part of the focus. One avenue that has rey taken off in the past year is FACEBOOK. It has owed many of us to reconnect with our shipmates. Social media is not the only means to get the word out. Those of you that belong to various veterans groups have a tool as well. This continues to be an ALL HANDS EFFORT. I ask each of you that connect with our shipmates to make every additional effort to turn this into membership. They are part of our ships legacy as well. Throughout the next year, I will take advantage of who have offered help and will continue to solicit volunteers. I may ask a few of you for specificy for a hand in other words, you may get volunteered! As always, ideas are welcome. As I ask for help, please know that I will help YOU in any way possible. Museum Coordination Paul Gomez. Nothing to report as we await the announcement from the U.S.. Webmaster John Schultz and Bryan Moss. Website hosted at no cost to the. New Business: Motion made to accept proposed budget for year Motion passed. Motion made that the Executive Board would select the site and time for the 2012 Reunion Site after the U.S. announced the name of the organization that was going to get the ship as a museum/education center. Motion passed. Election of Officers. Nominating Committee presented the following slate of officers: President Gerald E. Gneckow Executive Vice President Mike Meldrum First Vice President Mark Gustafson Second Vice President Ken Leff Secretary/Treasurer Paul Ogg Chaplain Richard McClellan (Appointed) A unanimous vote was cast for the officers. The following names for Board of Directors were presented: Paul Mackey Daniel Gramazio Randy S. Frakes Paul Gomez Martin A. Palmiere James Tate Albert Burns Cameron S. Ratkovic Steve Mason Bill S. Humienny Scot Taylor Bryan Moss A unanimous vote was cast for these members to serve as the Board of Directors. Good of the Order: Meeting adjourned. Submitted: Paul Ogg, Secretary/Treasurer All letters to the editor can be mailed or ed to Mark Gustafson 522A Crescent St. East Bridgewater, MA Deadline for materials for next newsletter: to March 1, 2012 DUES are now due! In order to run an organization like ours, we need your help. We have expenses, such as printing the newsletter and mailing it to our members. You can help us to keep the cost down by sending in your dues and by keeping your mailing address up to date in our records. It costs us money every time our newsletter is sent back to us and you lose out by not receiving it. Make your check out to (Dues are ): USS IOWA Veterans * On any s sent to the editor, please indicate in the subject box, that your message pertains to the USS IOWA. Send to our Sec./Treasurer Paul R. Ogg 2916 NW Bucklin Hill RD #169 Silverdale, WA 98383

6 F Edition 2011 U.S.S. IOWA Newsletter Page 6 NEW MEMBERS RUSS BAUER 13 MULBERRY CT, TABERNACLE, NJ NAV DEPT DIANE LCDR PAUL BEEBE 914 EVARTS ST NE, WASHINGTON DC, X2 DIV 84 PNSN JOHN H. BODLE IRENE AVE, IRONTON, MN A DIV MICHELLE MM2 HERBERT E. CONBOY 682 E CLARION DR, PUEBLO WEST, CO FM DIV FC2 G. W. GALLEGER 302 N WALNUT ST, FAIRBANK, IA JEAN ASSOCIATE FAMILY JOYCE HAMILTON 176 CLOVER RIDGE AVE, FORT THOMAS, KY R DIV HONORARY JULIA MROFCHAK 426 COMO ST, STRUTHERS, OH TH DIV 43 HONORARY KAREN E. RAILSBACK 1560 LAKEVIEW DR, CANYON LAKE, TX B DIV 51 HONORARY LINDA L. GEORGE ND ST, GREENVILLE, TX TH DIV ASSOCIATE FAMILY ANTHONY J. NAPLES 25 VANTAGE CT, PORT JEFFERSON, NY RD DIV ELAINE SN1C RICHARD L. WRIGHT 1983 CROSSCREEK CIR, GULF BREEZE, FL ASSOCIATE MEMBER HELEN MURRAY 58 WILLOW ST, CARTERET NJ TH DIV HONORARY JOHN R. RIDER 1911 PAXTON WAY, ENCINITAS, CA WHEELSBB61!GMAIL.COM NAV JUDI QM3 BOBBY L. GEORGE 2603 TAYLOR ST, COMMERCE, TX M DIV MMC(SW) JEFF LAMBERTI 210 NE DELAWARE AVE STE 200, ANKENY, IA ASSOCIATE MEMBER CHRIS F JEWETT 411 CALVERT RD, STEVENSVILLE, MD ADMIN DEPT HD CATHY LT LCDR JEROME ERVIN 66 F ST APT F-4, CHULA VISTA, CA B DIV BT2, MMCS(SW)(RET) STEVE BURBA 103 NORTHGLENN DR, NORTHGLENN, CO X DIV IC2 JIM BURNS 121 HAMLET RD, SUMMERVILLE, SC A DIV CHARLOTTE LT DANIEL A. MCGRATH 8240 GYGAX RD, NORFOLK, VA M DIV MARGO MM2 JOHN W. HERTLINE 312 BLAIR RD, GEORGETOWN, OH TH DIV HELEN SN2C

7 F Edition 2011 U.S.S. IOWA Newsletter Page 7 TREASURER S REPORT Veterans of the USS IOWA 5:17 PM 5:17 PM 5:17 11/09/11 PM Veterans Veterans of of the the USS USS IOWA IOWA 11/09/11 11/09/11 Cash Basis Cash 5:17 PM Basis Veterans Cash Basis Profit Profit & Loss Loss of the USS IOWA 11/09/11 5:17 PM Veterans 5:17 PM March through October of the 2011 USS IOWA Mar Oct 11 Cash 11/09/11 Basis Veterans March Profit through October Loss of the 2011 USS IOWA Mar - Oct 11 11/09/11 Cash Ordinary Basis Income/Expense Mar - Oct 11 Cash Ordinary Basis Income/Expense March Profit through & October Loss 2011 Profit Loss Mar - Oct 11 Ordinary Income Income/Expense March through October 2011 Income Mar - Oct 11 Ordinary March through October 2011 Income Income/Expense Membership Dues Mar 11, Oct Ordinary Membership Income/Expense Dues 11, Income Ordinary Membership Miscellaneous Income/Expense Dues Income 2011 Reunion Raffle 11, Income Miscellaneous Income Reunion Raffle Income Miscellaneous Membership Dues Income Reunion Raffle 11, Preservation Fund Preservation Membership Dues Fund 11, Membership Preservation Miscellaneous Dues Fund Income Reunion Raffle 11, REUNION INCOME REUNION Miscellaneous INCOME Income Reunion Raffle Miscellaneous REUNION Preservation INCOME Fund BANQUETSIncome Reunion Raffle 8, Preservation BANQUETS Fund 8, REUNION Preservation BANQUETS INCOME REGISTRATION Fund FEES 8, , REUNION REGISTRATION INCOME FEES 2, BANQUETS REUNION REGISTRATION INCOME FEES 2, , TOURS 35, BANQUETS TOURS 35, , BANQUETS TOURS REGISTRATION FEES 35, , Total REUNION INCOME 45, , Total REGISTRATION REUNION INCOME FEES 45, , TOURS 35, Total REGISTRATION REUNION INCOME FEES 45, , TOURS 35, Total REUNION INCOME 45, Total Income TOURS 35, , Total Total Income REUNION INCOME 59, , Total Total Income REUNION INCOME 45, , Total Income 59, Expense Total Expense Income 59, Total Expense Postage Incomeand Delivery 59, , Postage and Delivery 1, Expense Postage Printing and Reproduction Delivery 1, , Expense Printing and Reproduction 2, Postage Expense Printing and and Reproduction Delivery 1, REUNION EXPENSES 2, Postage REUNION and EXPENSES Delivery 1, Printing Postage REUNION and and EXPENSES Reproduction 2, BANQUETS Delivery MEMBER BANQUET REFUNDS 1, Printing BANQUETS and Reproduction - MEMBER BANQUET REFUNDS 2, REUNION Printing BANQUETS EXPENSES MISCELLANEOUS and Reproduction - MEMBER BANQUET REFUNDS 2, REUNION MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES BANQUETS REUNION MISCELLANEOUS - MEMBER BANQUET REFUNDS REUNION EXPENSES EXPENSES MISC 2011 REUNION HOSPITALITY ROOM BANQUETS REUNION - MEMBER EXPENSES BANQUET MISC 2011 REFUNDS REUNION HOSPITALITY ROOM MISCELLANEOUS BANQUETS MISCELLANEOUS REUNION - MEMBER EXPENSES BANQUET LAPEL MISC PINS/REUNION 2011 REFUNDS SUPPLIES/REUNION HOSPITALITY ROOMDJ 1, LAPEL PINS/REUNION SUPPLIES/REUNION DJ 1, REUNION Total EXPENSES MISCELLANEOUS- LAPEL MISC PINS/REUNION 2011 REUNION SUPPLIES/REUNION HOSPITALITY ROOMDJ 1, , Total REUNION MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES MISC 2011 REUNION HOSPITALITY ROOM 1, MISCELLANEOUS - LAPEL PINS/REUNION SUPPLIES/REUNION DJ 1, Total REUNION MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES MISC 2011 REUNION HOSPITALITY ROOM 1, MISCELLANEOUS - LAPEL PINS/REUNION SUPPLIES/REUNION DJ 1, Total MISCELLANEOUS 1, TOURS MISCELLANEOUS - LAPEL PINS/REUNION SUPPLIES/REUNION DJ 23, , Total TOURS MISCELLANEOUS 23, , TOURS Total REUNION MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES TOURS 23, , , REUNION EXPENSES - TOURS 9, TOURS Total REUNION EXPENSES- TOURS 23, , , Total TOURS REUNION EXPENSES 23, , REUNION EXPENSES - TOURS 9, Total TOURS REUNION EXPENSES 23, , REUNION EXPENSES - TOURS 9, Total Telephone REUNION EXPENSES 35, REUNION EXPENSES - TOURS 9, Total Telephone REUNION EXPENSES 35, Total Telephone Total Expense REUNION EXPENSES 35, , Total Expense 39, Telephone Total Expense 39, Telephone Total Expense 39, Net Ordinary Telephone Income 19, Net Ordinary Total Expense Income 39, , Net Ordinary Total Expense Income 19, , Net Ordinary Income 19, Other Income/Expense Net Other Ordinary Income/Expense 19, Other Net Ordinary Other Income/Expense 19, Other Income Other Other Income/Expense Interest Income Income Other Income/Expense Interest Other Other Total Income/Expense Interest Income Other Income Other Total Other Income Income Interest Income Total Other Other Income Income Interest Income Total Other Income Net Other Interest Income Income Net Other Total Other Income Income Net Other Total Other Income Income Net Other Income Net Income 19, Net Income Net Other Income 19, Net Income Net Other Income 19, Net Income 19, BANK BALANCES 9/30/2011 BANK Net Income BALANCES 9/30/ , SAVINGS BANK Net Income BALANCES 3, /30/2011 SAVINGS 19, , CHECKING SAVINGS BANK BALANCES - 3, /30/ , CHECKING BANK BALANCES - 37, /30/2011 CD CHECKING SAVINGS - 3, BANK #71 BALANCES 10, , CD 9/30/2011 SAVINGS #71-10, , CD CHECKING SAVINGS #72 #71 65, , , CD - 3, CHECKING #72 65, , CD CD CHECKING #72 #71-65, , , CD #71-10, CD #72 65,822.25

8 F Edition 2011 U.S.S. IOWA Newsletter Page 8 Iowa On The Move After two years of pitching, planning and yes, some praying, the Pacific Battleship Center is finy brining USS IOWA back to life! The journey began Thursday, October 27 when, thanks to the amazing skills of its towing partner, Crowley, the organization resurrected the famed battleship from Suisun Bay and towed her to Richmond by way of the Benicia Car Dock over a two-day period. In a very detailed orchestrated evolution, the ship towed at a seasonal extreme high tide, the only way to ensure that it would pass beneath the three bridges between the graveyard and the repair facilities. At times, there was only 10 feet of clearance, and Crowley worked meticulously with the Union Pacific Railroad to have them raise their bridge high enough for the ship to pass through. Even before the overpasses, four tug boats navigated IOWA over a shoal, the most potentiy dangerous part of the operation. After completion of the restoration work, the ship will begin its transit to San Pedro, Calif., where, following some additional work, will make it its new home as an educational museum and tourist attraction. The Pacific Battleship Center is so thankful to the many supporters who have helped make this possible, including the State of Iowa, Torrey Pines Bank, the USS IOWA Veterans, and civic and business leaders. There's still a lot to be done to get this ship open and ready to receive visitors by July 4, Please consider becoming a plankowner at html and make a tax-deductable contribution today so we may realize the dream of making the last available battleship the most interactive and educational platform of its kind that honors its past and those who served aboard her! Photos by official photographer, Jeremy Bonelle As the towing evolution progressed, dozens of passerby s along the shores and overpasses stopped to witness this once in a lifetime event, waving to IOWA and the towing crew as it transited the waterways. IOWA will now go through extensive refurbishment and restoration over the next few months before making her way to her new home of San Pedro. Hello Shipmates, Hope this newsletter finds of you well. The tentative reunion news is that if goes in accordance with PBC s schedule the tentative date for the reunion will be July 2-6, The location of the hotels will either be in San Pedro or Long Beach as I am still in negotiations with these hotels and destination management companies. As I finalize the details they will be available via the newsletter and website. To help in determining how many attendees will be at the reunion next year it would be greatly appreciated if you would contact me or Shelly via s/phone numbers below stating if you will be attending and how many guests will be with you. Our contact information is Mike Cell Phone Shelly Cell Phone Fair Winds and Following Seas Michael J Meldrum Sr. USN (Ret.) (Muddrum) Take Care & God Bless The IOWA 47

9 F Edition 2011 U.S.S. IOWA Newsletter Page 9 Photos courtesy of Greg Bishop and PBC

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12 F Edition 2011 U.S.S. IOWA Newsletter Page 12 REUNION 2011 charleston ATTENDEES YRS ON GUESTS - FIRST NAME LAST NAME BOARD DIV FIRST NAME LAST NAME HOMETOWN ROBERT B. ALBERS A DIV JOAN ALBERS OMAHA, NE SCOTT BAILEY S2/S3 DIV MEMPHIS, TN ERNEST BANDA SR ST DIV MARY BANDA SAN ANTONIO, TX RIC BARBOSA FA DIV NORMA BARBOSA VA BEACH, VA BECKY BEACH ASSOCIATE DES MOINES, IA ROBERT W. BELTON E DIV BETTY L. BELTON ST ROBERT, MO FRANKLIN D. BRANSCOME E DIV DELMA BRANSCOME LYNCHBURG, VA FRANK BRAUN EX DIV MINNEAPOLIS, MN BALLARD C. BROWN TH DIV FAYE BROWN SPARTANBURG, SC JAY BROWN OI DIV PHYLLIS BROWN MIDDLETOWN, NY JOSEPH T. BROWN RD DIV JACKSONVILLE, NC MARTIN BROWN VERONICA ANNA KEVIN BROWN KRUEGER KRUEGER WALNUT CREEK, CA JAMES E. BULLOCK B DIV SALLY BULLOCK OOLITIC, IN ALBERT BURNS ST DIV VIRGINIA BRUNSTEIN COLORADO SPRINGS, CO JIM BURNS A DIV CHARLOTTE BURNS SUMMERVILLE, SC CATHERINE LEBLANC ROSE ANN ALLEMAND LAROSE, LA LAROSE, PEGGY CAILLOUET FM DIV MYRA DUHE LA MAUREPAS, LA WINSTON S. CALDWELL 52 E DIV NASHVILLE, TN JOHN CAMP ND DIV HALLSTEAD, PA DAVID CANFIELD A DIV TANYA K. CANFIELD MEADOW VISTA, CA EMMANUEL H. CARALIVANOS T DIV DIANE CARALIVANOS MARLTON, NJ DAVID CARLOCK JANET CARLOCK PUEBLO, CO LAURA CASHMAN M DIV MIKE CASHMAN ACCORD, MA FRED COLLARI A DIV JUDY COLLARI NATICK, MA CHARLES R. COPELAND FA DIV MARY L. COPELAND GADSDEN, AL DOMINIC S. DELIA E DIV HELEN DELIA BRIGANTINE, NJ GEORGE DONOVAN E DIV PATRICIA DONOVAN HOLIDAY, FL CARL J. FILIPIAK OE DIV PAT FILIPIAK CAROLINA BEACH, NC PAUL R. FINK FA DIV MARY FINK MADISON HEIGHTS, VA TIMOTHY R. FLOURNOY M/RPR DEPT LINDA GEORGE JACKSONVILLE, FL RALPH FORMANEK NEYSA FORMANEK PALO PINTO, TX JOE LEE FRANK III OPS OFF ROUND HILL, VA GEORGE W. FULLERTON E DIV ROSE FULLERTON TRAFFORD, PA CLAIR W. FYKE CR DIV FLORENCE FYKE BARKER, NY BILL G. GARRETT ND DIV BETTY NEWBY FAIRFIELD, IL GEORGE GAVITT TH DIV NANCY DONNA ED GAVITT MELTON GARCEAU NORWICH, CT BENJAMIN F. GLISSON M DIV WILMINGTON, NC FIRST NAME LAST NAME YRS ON BOARD DIV GUESTS - FIRST NAME LAST NAME HOMETOWN JERRY GNECKOW CO PAT GNECKOW HOMOSASSA, FL HUNTER B. GOFORTH PAO WANDA GOFORTH MATTHEWS, NC GLORIA GOMEZ PAUL GOMEZ FM DIV PAULA WESTHEIMER SAN JOSE, CA

13 F Edition 2011 U.S.S. IOWA Newsletter Page 13 REUNION 2011 charleston ATTENDEES DANIEL GRAMAZIO B DIV CHESAPEAKE, VA WARREN T. GREENE TH DIV JULIA GREENE ST PETERSBURG, FL MARK GUSTAFSON M DIV MICHELE SAMANTHA AMBER ERIN GUSTAFSON E. BRIDGEWATER, MA ALFRED D. HAGEN B DIV PATRICIA HAGEN HUDSON, FL ALEX HAGEN HUDSON, FL FRANCES HENNIGAN TH DIV JANET STEPHEN RENEE WOODS HENIGAN HENIGAN LAKE CHARLES, LA LAFAYETTE, LA LAFAYETTE, LA PAT HIGHT CRYENA HIGHT LAKE CHARLES, LA LAWRENCE HITTINGER TH DIV TALLEYVILLE, DE BILL HUMIENNY FM DIV ELLEN HUMIENNY BROOKLYN, NY DON JORDAN TH DIV AMELIA, OH ROBERT KENT TRISHA PLACE PLACENTIA, CA JOHN H. KOERBER E DIV ARLENE KOERBER N PORT, FL GEORGE E. KROLL TH DIV SHIRLEY KING YORK, PA MARGARET LANTRY E DIV LA HABRA, CA JANE LARSON ASSOCIATE LONG BEACH, CA CLARENCE LEDBETTER R DIV DEE LEDBETTER HOUSTON, TX KEN LEFF REPAIR DPT DEBBIE LEFF ZEPHYRHILLS, FL DON C. LEMASTER 56 2ND DIV MARGARET LEMASTER FINDLAY, OH JIM LOTSPEICH FM DIV BETTY LOTSPEICH PLEASANT HILL, MO PAUL MACKEY B DIV MICHELLE MACKEY PHILLIPSBURG, NJ VINCENT A. MATTHEWS R DIV YRS ON FIRST NAME LAST NAME BOARD DIV BARBARA LAURA AVINASH BAWA LINDA MADELINE NANCY KEES MATTHEWS MATTHEWS MATTHEWS MATTHEWS HUGHES ZWEMMER RUTHERFORD, NJ GUESTS - FIRST NAME LAST NAME HOMETOWN RICHARD W. MCCLELLAN M DIV RENA STEPHANIE CHRISTINE LAUREN MCCLELLAN DOMINGOS DOMINGOS DOMINGOS SALINAS, CA DANIEL MCGRATH M DIV MARGO MCGRATH NORFOLK, VA MICHAEL MCKAUGHAN E DIV PENNY MCKAUGHAN BOONES MILL, VA MIKE MELDRUM SR B DIV SHELLY MELDRUM BARGERSVILLE, IN EDMUND MEYER ND DIV SHIRL MEYER ST LOUIS, MO KENNETH W. MILLER FM/CR DIV ANNA MILLER MESA, AZ CARL G. MILLER B DIV ANN MILLER FT LAUDERDALE, FL BRYAN A MOSS CR DIV GAIL G. SCHALL VALENCIA, CA MADISON H. MULKEY CR DIV MARY MULKEY BROKEN ARROW, OK PAUL OGG X1 DIV KITTY OGG BREMERTON, WA MARTIN A. PALMIERE E DIV ZIENNA DANIEL CAIRO PALMIERE PITTSBURGH, PA GEORGIA PHILLIPS R DIV HENDERSON, TN

14 F Edition 2011 U.S.S. IOWA Newsletter Page 14 REUNION 2011 charleston ATTENDEES ROSS PITTMAN CS DIV BETTY PITTMAN FLINT, TX DUANE PORTERO A DIV CAROLYN PORTERO BATON ROUGE, LA CAMERON S. RATKOVIC E DIV LANCASTER, SC WARREN REES EX DIV WARREN WILLIAM REES STUART, IA HAROLD RETZOW 46 E DIV PALM SPRINGS, C WALTER S. RICHARDSON E DIV PORT ST LUCIE, FL STEVE ROLPH S3/S5 DIV RHONDA ROLPH ROYAL OAK, MI REYMUNDO J. ROMERO R DIV MERCEDES ROMERO SANTA FE, NM EDWARD E. ROOK A DIV BILL ROOK PALOS HGTS, IL ROBERT S. SCATES S2 DIV SOR BUTCH PAT SCATES SCATES SCATES ORLANDO, FL JOHN SCHANKWEILER E DIV JOYCE SCHANKWEILER COAL TOWNSHIP, PA ELMER H. SCOTT B DIV MELBOURNE, FL MIKE SHEPHERD S1 DIV MILLIE SHEPHERD HENDERSONVILLE, TN GRIER SIMS E DIV MARGIE SIMS COVINGTON, GA DARRELL W. SINCLAIR E DIV ORANDA SINCLAIR SPRING GROVE, MN HARRIS A. SIRIGOS 43 S1 DIV CHARLESTON, SC HAROLD L. SMALLWOOD CT DIV HAROLD L. SMALLWOOD JR HARTVILLE, OH JOAN SMOCK E DIV W PALM BEACH, FL EDWARD SMURDA TH DIV SHARON SMURDA FOLLANSBEE, WV JOSEPH SPINA ST DIV JUNE SPINA MELVILLE, NY JAMES D. ST CROIX E DIV JANICE ST CROIX WATERTOWN, NY MARSHALL R. STEPHENSON R DIV JUDY STEPHENSON PUEBLO, CO WILLIAM STEVENSON S3 DIV REBECCA STEVENSON PINK HILL, NC WILLIAM STOCKSTILL E DIV ELEANOR STAN SUSAN KELSEY STOCKSTILL PALO PINTO, TX IRA D. STONE E DIV CONNIE STONE BAKERSFIELD, CA JEANETTE M. STROHL B DIV SCAPPOSE, OR BOBBY STROHL JEANNIE STROHL CATASAQUA, PA ANNIE MCCREA SULLIVAN CO MILTON, MA JAMES D. TATE E/7TH DIV LITTLETON, CO DONALD R. TERRY B DIV JAMES ALAN TERRY MONTGOMERY, AL LARRY THOMASSEN E DIV JANET JERRY KRIS THOMASSEN UPTON UPTON LEIGHTON, IA MARVIN K. TWICHELL B DIV JOAN BURGER W SENECA, NY RONALD O. UNDERHILL B DIV DOROTHY UNDERHILL MASON, MI CHRIS WALZ GUNNERY KARYN W. ENS MILLER MILLER N CHARLESTON, SC GARLAND WATKINS B DIV JUDY A. WATKINS NORFOLK, VA BOB WATROS FM DIV TONI WATROS LAKE ORION, MI PEAL R. WEATHERS B DIV GOLDA WEATHERS FUQUAY-VARINA, NC JONATHAN WILLIAMS PBC SAN PEDRO, CA LEO SICARD TH/B DIV BRIAN DIANA PRESKY PRESKY ELLWOOD CITY, PA

15 F Edition 2011 U.S.S. IOWA Newsletter Page 15 REUNION 2011 charleston ATTENDEES DON STEINEMAN A DIV EILEEN DOUG SHARON SARA STEINEMAN STEINEMAN PARTRIDGE PARTRIDGE DAYTON, OH WILLIAM S. PARTRIDGE TH/K/OI DIV MT VERNON, IL GLEN NELSON A DIV BARBARA NELSON EMERSON, IA EDWARD J. METCALF A DIV NATUCKET, MA SCOTT TAYLOR OI DIV CADILLAC, MI BOB POLLITT B DIV HUBER HEIGHTS, OH FIRST NAME LAST NAME YRS ON BOARD DIV GUESTS - FIRST NAME LAST NAME HOMETOWN SPENCER STANFORD E DIV MARY ANN STANFORD CROSSVILLE, TN HELEN MURRAY GM DIV CARTERET, NJ VINCE LEONGUERRERO FA DIV BETH LEONGUERRER O SUMMERVILLE, SC MISTY BUNTE JOSE MARQUES B DIV KENNLEY BUNTE HITCHCOCK, TX CRAIG E. WALDO OI DIV VIRGINIA WALDO JACKSONVILLE, FL STEVE RUSHLEY X2 DIV VIRGINIA BEACH, VA EDWARD HELMS X2 DIV MARTIN, GA STEPHEN MASON X2 DIV MARIA MASON OCEAN, NJ LEON BRYANT ST DIV PEGGY DEBBIE BRYANT WILEY ELBERTON, GA HERBERT LINDAHL N DIV MARY ANN LINDAHL HOLLY HILL, SC The Editor of the Veterans U.S.S. IOWA welcomes letters and articles for the Newsletter and reserves the right to EDIT and/or SHORTEN them. Send your letters and articles to Newsletter Editor. All future deadlines for submissions are: 12/1 Winter 3/1 Spring 6/1 Summer 9/1 F Please make every effort to /mail your inputs on or before these dates. Anything received after will go into another edition. Thank you! Shipmates, it is very important that each of you keep your and home address current so we can ensure that you receive your newsletter. When you move and fail to provide your new address it costs the membership money to forward the newsletter to you. After a few months the U.S. Postal Service no longer forwards them but they notify us of the undeliverable mail and charge us a fee. It is important to us that we get you your newsletter at the cheapest cost, help us by filling out a change of address card whenever you change your address. Paul Ogg, Secretary

16 F Edition 2011 U.S.S. IOWA Newsletter Page 16 Newsletter 2nd Vice-President Report Ship Store, Historian, Iowa Point SHIP STORE: Sales at the Charleston reunion were quite brisk and resulted in an account deposit of $ Not only did we sell out the entire stock of the new USS Iowa T-shirts, old reunion T-shirt stocks were greatly reduced thanks to the clearance table. The windbreaker (coach s style) that we carried for several years will no longer be available after current stock is gone. The supplier no longer makes this style and currently has no replacement; we re still looking for an alternate. Plans are in the works to have another new T-shirt for the next reunion that will recognize USS Iowa s new homeport. In Charleston several members expressed their appreciation for the job being done with the Ship Store and wondered how the store grew to what it has become. I appreciate the compliments but believe I am only doing the job you have elected me to do. I inherited my title and a minimal inventory and so was able to build from the bottom up. Initiy, our Treasurer paid the bills for inventory but as that grew it was decided by the executive board to split the Ship Store from the general treasury and work from its own account providing monthly reports to the Treasurer. The store has continued to grow, becoming self-sufficient. Currently (February, 2012), the store s inventory has a value of approximately $20, with a bank account balance of $5, In addition to supporting inventory, the store provides award items and funding for the Iowa State University NROTC unit annual scholarship awards and financial support for the maintenance of Iowa Point. Currently, we are working with the Pacific Battleship Center assisting their souvenir sales. New, reorganized order forms are now published in the newsletter and on the USSIOWA.ORG Ship Store web page; thanks to web master John Schultz for the work setting it up. You ll notice the pictures have been removed; this was at my request. Keeping current with new items added and old ones removed proved to be too time consuming and cumbersome. Pictures are recorded on my files and can be provided via upon request. I believe this has worked well considering the requests I have received but I offer my apologies for any inconvenience. Please use these order forms when placing an order and don t forget to circle the you require. HISTORIAN: The State Historical Society of Iowa has recently updated me with information concerning several boxes of USS Iowa memorabilia they received a few months ago. The boxes have been opened and Interns are working on itemizing everything prior to preservation operations. Upon completion, our will receive an updated report and likely an amended contract will be discussed to provide additional preservation material funds. Our agreement with the Society is to fund the materials; the Society volunteers their time, expertise and proper storage until the Pacific Battleship Center establishes a museum and is prepared to receive our memorabilia donation. I continue to receive notice to expect memorabilia, one of the tasks I rey look forward to as I get to read everything that arrives. Some of the stories and diaries are copied and will find their way to the newsletter or the new Iowan newsletter written by Master Chief Tom Helvig. Keep the stuff coming and ensure your family is aware of the value we place on USS Iowa memorabilia and your desired disposition of those items. IOWA POINT: Plans for the 23rd memorial service at Iowa Point is currently being planned. In addition to these services a Commonwealth of Virginia Historical Marker will be dedicated at the Point. The marker provides a short incite to the purpose of our memorial to our fen shipmates. This marker is donated by Jeff Bolander LtCol (Ret) USMC, former Officer in Charge of USS Iowa Marine Detachment. Veterans of the USS Iowa Ship s Store Clearance Order Form Veterans of the USS Iowa Ship s Store Clearance Order Form ITEM SIZE (circle one) PRICE QTY BB-61 - $10.00 Golf, USMC - Red 3 $23.00 Golf, USMC Gold L 2 3 $23.00 Lady Sleeveless White M L Lady Polo M L 2 Lady Polo Gold M L 2 New York Reunion T M L 2 $5 or 3/$12 NY Reunion T -youth M L $5 or 3/$12 Iowa Reunion T M L 2 $5 or 3/$12 IA Reunion T - youth M L $5 or 3/$12 New Mexico Reunion T M L 2 $5 or 3/$12 NM Reunion T - youth M L $5 or 3/$12 San Fransisco T only $5 or 3/$12 Grand Pa Sailor T - youth S M L $5 or 3/$12 Flag & Ship T 2 3 $9.00 Ship s Crest T M 2 3 $9.00 Soda/Beer Can Coozie $2 or 6/$9 Iowa Lithograph 1940, 50, 80 $6 or 3/$ Iowa Reunion Money Clip $6.00 July 2011

17 F Edition 2011 U.S.S. IOWA Newsletter Page 17 Item Item CIRCLE CIRCLE Ite Ite # Veterans Item Item Name NameAssn of the SIZE SIZE USS Iowa Price Price Ship s Qty Qty m Store # Order Item Item Name Name Form Price Price Qty Qty Item CIRCLE Ite Former Former Crew Crew 1 $18.00 $ Photograph Photograph Broadside Broadside 12x18 12x18 $15.00 $15.00 # Item Name SIZE Price Qty m # Item Name Price Qty Former Former Crew Crew - Mesh Mesh Photograph Photograph Broadside Broadside 11x14 11x14 $14.00 $ Former Crew $ Photograph Broadside 12x18 $ Silhouette Silhouette 1 $18.00 $ Photograph Photograph Broadside Broadside 8x10 8x10 $10.00 $ Former Crew - Mesh 503 Photograph Broadside 11x14 $ Silhouette Silhouette - Mesh Mesh Photograph Photograph Underway Underway 8x10 8x10 $10.00 $ Silhouette 504 Photograph Broadside 8x10 $ Regulation Regulation - USN USN 1 $18.00 $ Photograph Photograph Sunset Sunset 8x10 8x10 $10.00 $ Silhouette - Mesh 505 Photograph Underway 8x10 $ Former Former Crew Crew - USMC USMC 1 $18.00 $ USN 506 Photograph Sunset 8x10 $ Regulation Regulation - USMC USMC 1 $18.00 $ Pin Pin $7.00 $ Former Crew - USMC 1 $ th 50th Anniversary Anniversary Pin Pin $7.00 $ Regulation - USMC 1 $ Pin $ Golf Golf /Pocket /Pocket - M L 2 2 $34.00 $ Yellow Yellow Ribbon Ribbon Support Support Pewter Pewter Pin Pin $9.00 $ th Anniversary Pin $ Golf Golf - M L 2 2 $32.00 $ Chenge Chenge Coin Coin $13.00 $ Golf /Pocket - 2 $ Yellow Ribbon Support Pewter Pin $ Golf Golf - Lt Lt Blue Blue M L 2 2 $32.00 $ s 80 s Ship Ship Crest Crest Patch Patch $12.00 $ Golf - M L 2 $ Chenge Coin $ Golf Golf,, USMC USMC - Red Red L 2 2 $40.00 $ Patch Patch diameter diameter $15.00 $ Golf - Lt Blue 2 $ s Ship Crest Patch $ Sport Sport - Mint Mint M L 2 2 $35.00 $ Patch Patch diameter diameter $8.00 $ Golf, USMC Red L 2 $ Patch - 6 diameter $ Sport Sport - Lt Lt Blue Blue M L 2 2 $35.00 $ Bumper Bumper Sticker, Sticker, White White $4.50 $ Sport - Mint 2 $ Patch - 3 diameter $ Sport Sport Sport - Maui Maui Lt Blue Blue Blue M M L L $35.00 $35.00 $ Bumper Bumper Bumper Sticker, Sticker, Sticker, White Yellow Yellow $4.50 $4.50 $ Sleep Sleep Sport - Make Make Maui Blue My My Night Night 1 M L 2 $ Bumper Decal, Decal, Sticker, Yellow - Outside Outside $4.50 $4.00 $ Sleep Sleep Sleep - - Feel Feel Make Safe Safe My Night Tonight Tonight Decal, Decal, Decal, - - Outside Inside Inside $4.00 $4.00 $ Sleep Sleep Sleep - -Sleep Sleep Feel Safe w/the w/the Tonight Best Best Decal, License License Plate Plate Frame, Frame, - Inside Metal Metal $4.00 $17.00 $ Sleep - Sleep w/the Best License Zipper Zipper Pull, Pull, Plate Lone Lone Frame, Sailor Sailor Metal $17.00 $8.00 $ Windbreaker Windbreaker - M L 2 2 $70.00 $ Zipper Zipper Pull, Pull, Pull, Lone Sailor Anchor Anchor $8.00 $8.00 $ Fleece Fleece Windbreaker Jacket Jacket - Blue Blue M M L L 2 2 $70.00 $58.00 $ Zipper Letter Letter Pull, Opener Opener - USN USN Anchor $8.00 $22.00 $ Winter Winter Fleece Jacket, Jacket, Nylon Nylon - Blue - M L L $58.00 $95.00 $ Letter Letter Opener Opener - - USN USMC USMC $22.00 $22.00 $ Sweatshirt Sweatshirt Winter Jacket, - Nylon - L 2 2 $95.00 $22.00 $ Letter Key Key Chain Chain Opener - USN USN - USMC $22.00 $12.00 $ Sweatshirt Sweatshirt - -Dk Dk Green Green L 2 2 $22.00 $ Key Key Chain Chain - - USN USMC USMC $12.00 $ Sweatshirt - Dk Green L 2 $ Key Key Chain Chain - - USMC Silhouette Silhouette $12.00 $ T-, T-, Assn Assn Crest Crest - White White M L $17.00 $ Key Magnet Magnet Chain - Silhouette Anchor Anchor $12.00 $ T-, T-, Big Big Assn Stick Stick Crest - Gray Gray - White M M L L 2 2 $17.00 $17.50 $ Magnet, Magnet, USMC USMC Anchor $12.00 $ T-, T-, Big Big Stick Stick - -Youth Youth Gray - Gray Gray M L M L 2 $17.50 $15.00 $ Magnet, Ornament, Ornament, USMC Pewter, Pewter, Anchor Anchor $ T-, T-, Big Big Stick Stick - -Tan Tan Youth - Gray M L M L 2 2 $15.00 $17.50 $ Ornament, Ornament, Pewter, Pewter, USMC USMC Anchor T-, T-, Big Big Stick Stick - -Youth Youth Tan - Tan Tan M L M L 2 $17.50 $15.00 $ Ornament, Ornament, Pewter, Pewter, USMC Battleship Battleship T-, T-, Sunrise Sunrise Big Stick - White White - Youth - Tan M L M L 2 2 $15.00 $17.00 $ Ornament, Cup, Cup, Regulation Regulation Pewter, Style Style Battleship $19.00 $ T-, T-, Sunrise Sunrise - -Youth Youth White-White -White M L 2 $17.00 $15.00 $ Cup, Mug, Mug, Regulation Gold Gold Trim Trim Style $19.00 $21.00 $ T- T-, Signal Signal Sunrise Flag Flag - Youth -White M L 2 2 $15.00 $17.00 $ Mug, 1/600 1/600 Gold Plastic Plastic Trim Model Model $21.00 $42.00 $ T- T- Signal Signal Flag Flag - Child Child M L M L 2 $17.00 $15.00 $ /600 1/700 1/700 Plastic Plastic Model Model $42.00 $38.00 $ T- Signal Flag - Child M L $ /700 Boater Boater Plastic Tote, Tote, Model White, White, Trim Trim $38.00 $25.00 $ Plaque, Plaque, Marble Marble $ $ Boater Zipper Zipper Tote, Tote, White, Trim $25.00 $27.00 $ Plaque, Plaque, Marble Marble, Framed Framed $ $ $ Zipper Golf Golf Towel, Towel, Tote, $27.00 $15.00 $15.00 July July 2011 Plaque, Marble, Framed $ Golf Towel, $15.00 July 2011 Veterans Assn of the USS Iowa Ship s Store Order Form International: Insurance: Priority: Total Enclosed: Enclosed: International: Insurance: Priority: Total Enclosed: *Name: *Name: *Phone: *Phone: *Name: *Phone: *Address: *Address: *City *City *Address: *City *State: *State: *Zip: *Zip: *State: *Zip: *REQUIRED *REQUIRED INFORMATION INFORMATION *REQUIRED INFORMATION All prices contained herein include postage; insurance is recommended for orders over $50.00 (add $10.00). Orders All prices are normy contained shipped herein include parcel postage; (add insurance $15.00 for is Priority). recommended for orders over $50.00 (add $10.00). Orders are normy shipped parcel post (add $15.00 for Priority). ONLY CHECK OR MONEY ORDERS IN U.S. DOLLARS ARE ACCEPTED AND MUST BE MADE OUT ONLY CHECK OR MONEY ORDERS IN U.S. DOLLARS ARE ACCEPTED AND MUST BE MADE TO: VETERANS ASSOCIATION OF THE USS IOWA. International orders please add 25% of the total OUT TO: VETERANS ASSOCIATION OF THE USS IOWA. International orders please add 25% of the bill for additional shipping costs. total bill for additional shipping costs. Send orders to: Ship s Store, c/o 5812 NAPLES DR, ZEPHYRHILLS, FL, For questions contact: Ship s Store Officer at

18 F Edition 2011 U.S.S. IOWA Newsletter Page 18 My Time Aboard USS Iowa by Logan Hutson The first time, I saw the Big Stick was when I reported on board in the f of I had embarked on an AKA cargo ship in Frisco, to Long Beach where the Iowa was waiting to enter dry dock. What a sight to behold, for an eighteen-year-old fresh from a sm farm in Arkansas. Following completion of repairs and the shakedown cruise, we headed to Tokyo Bay where we were to relieve the New Jersey and take over as flagship of the fifth fleet. We entered Tokyo Bay in early 1946, and embarked Admiral Forrest Sherman and his staff. Witnessing the destruction in Yokohama and Tokyo, which was wrought by our B-29s was something to behold. Yokohama was completely leveled, but one lone smoke stack remained amid the devastation. Also visiting the Emperor s palace was an interesting experience and learning something about the Oriental culture as well. Iowa was relieved of her position as flagship of the occupation fleet, and we left for stateside around June 1, On the return to stateside, the navigator and skipper entered into a bet with each other. The navigator bet the captain that we would reach Frisco on a particular day, the captain bet otherwise. As it turned out, at around noon on June 20, 1946, the bow of the ship moved slowly under the Golden Gate Bridge. For fuel conservation purposes, two of our engine rooms were shut down, yet we cruised at twenty knots. Following a brief stay in Frisco, we proceeded to Bremerton, Washington to enter dry dock. On the cruise to Tokyo, we had entered a massive typhoon, in which we sustained considerable damage. For three days and three nights, we clocked the winds at one hundred and twenty- seven knots! All of the whale boats were destroyed; the half inch steel shields around the 40 MM, gun mounts were wrapped around the guns, and directly in front of sixteen inch turret one, the deck was buckled up about two feet across the entire bow; our observation planes, Curtis Seahawks or Kingfishers also sustained damage. We had taken waves over the bow, sixteen-inch turrets one and two and over the conning tower. After repairs were completed, we returned to Long Beach Harbor, from which we operated, taking midshipmen on Summer cruises to Pearl Harbor. Some footnotes: We were scheduled t participate in the Philippines Independence ceremony, but President Truman, vetoed that and sent the Might Mo instead, since he was from Missouri. On one of our cruises to Pearl Harbor, Bob Hope was appearing in Hawaii but his writers and staff embarked on Iowa, and enroute they wrote a skit and performed it for the crew. Our mascot, Vicky (Admiral McCrae s pet dog), went AWOL, while we were in Hawaii and he was court-martialed. The dog s sentence was confinement to the ship for thirty days. I later received a letter from Admiral McCrae, when he was in his nineties, in response to a letter that I sent to him about Vicky (which was short for Victory) and he informed me that the dog had been killed by car near his residence. On one of our midshipman cruises, in order to meet qualifications for advancement to S1/c, I had to take my turn at the wheel. I stood the mid watch on the bridge with QM who was on duty. What an experience for an eighteen year old that had followed mules, plowing on a cotton farm. We were cruising on course 060 degrees and in heavy seas, under black out conditions. I had a brief interruption of my duty on Iowa. In early 1947, I was transferred to USS Columbus, CA 74 for duty in China, and then Columbus was assigned to the Atlantic Fleet. My enlistment was expiring, so I was transferred back to Iowa, where I finished my tour of duty. Iowa entered Hunters Point, in September 1948 for decommissioning and I was discharged as GM3/c and remained in the old V6 reserve program. After a tour of duty during the Korean War with the 322 heavy tank battalion as an Sgt.1/C and platoon sergeant, I enlisted in the ready reserve where I finished twenty-nine years and ten months of duty. I have been able to attend only the reunion when Iowa was recommissioned in 1984, where then Vice President George H. Bush made the speech. I wish I could attend the reunion in San Pedro this year, but being in my mid eighties, and with other handicaps, it will be impossible. I would not take anything for my privilege and honor to have served on the greatest ship ever! To the younger generation of former crewmembers: Keep the flag flying high and cherish our beloved Iowa for future generations. God Bless! CPO Logan Hutson USNR-RET Baptist Minister for fifty-five years (Editors note: All future historical letters will be published in the Iowan History Letter, which is only available by )

19 F Edition 2011 U.S.S. IOWA Newsletter Page 19 Asbestos Education Asbestos Exposure Among Veterans Asbestos is a concern for Americans, but especiy for Veterans and other members of the Armed Forces who were often exposed to it without their knowledge and without being given any training on how to protect themselves from its dangers. Exposure to its fibers without proper equipment has been conclusively shown to cause cancers and other pulmonary illnesses sometimes as long as 30 or 60 years after exposure. As a member of the USS Iowa, it is important for you to read this educational article to learn more about asbestos and what options you have if you are diagnosed with an asbestos-related condition. The word asbestos refers to a group of carcinogenic fibers that were used in a variety of commercial and industrial products, such as such as gaskets, brake linings, pipe coverings, joint compounds, pumps, valves, boilers, equipment, insulation and floor tile. These products, and thousands of others like them, were regular features aboard Ships and Merchant Marine vessels, as well at shipyards, factories and other industrial sites. Because of the sm working spaces and poor ventilation associated with living on ship, veterans have been especiy hardhit by asbestos-related diseases, but a broad array of other workers, such as military personnel, shipbuilders and yard birds, pipefitters, machinists, mechanics, factory workers, plumbers, laborers, electricians, powerhouse, and sheet metal workers also show significant numbers of asbestos disease diagnoses. The companies who manufacture these products knew or should have known about the dangers associated with exposure, but they chose to value pro over service and didn t disclose any of the health risks associated with exposure. cancer of the protective tissue membrane, ced mesothelium, that lines many of the body s vital organs. Mesothelioma is the most dangerous of these diseases, as there is no cure for it and it is most often fatal to everyone diagnosed with it. The most common form of the disease is pleural mesothelioma, where the disease attacks the pleura, which is the tissue surrounding the lungs. Upwards of 75% of mesothelioma cases are pleural mesotheliomas. Most other diagnoses of mesothelioma affect the peritoneum, which is the lining that surrounds the abdomen. This form of the disease is known as peritoneal mesothelioma. There are cases of mesothelioma affecting the lining of the heart and the testes, but these are quite rare and the medical literature only documents a few hundred cases worldwide. To add insult to injury here, asbestos is the only conclusively verified cause of the disease. Exposure to asbestos can also cause various forms of lung cancer. There is no correlation between smoking tobacco and the development of mesothelioma, but the combination of tobacco use and asbestos exposure have synergistic effects on the carcinogenic processes that lead to lung cancer, which means that smokers exposed to asbestos have a higher probability of developing lung cancer than people who only smoked or who were only exposed to asbestos. Mesothelioma and lung cancer are complex, dangerous diseases that require specialized treatment and much more study into more effective medicinal options. To learn more about these diseases, especiy regarding the latest findings and medical studies, visit If you or some you know has been diagnosed and needs a specialist, a regularly updated list of physicians can be found at the same website: Asbestos Disease: Mesothelioma and Lung Cancer Asbestos is a documented cause of a range of diseases and health-related issues, from non-malignant diseases such as asbestosis and pleural plaques to much more serious illnesses such as lung cancer and mesothelioma which is a Conclusion Asbestos is the most toxic substance ever used commerciy and the legacy of pain and death that resulted from it is a stain on the history of American business practices. For more information c Lori Garber, Esquire at (856)

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