|- BRUCE M. GRAY -|
|Bruce Gray served as a Navy PH2 aboard USNS Dutton from April 1979 to April 1980, under LCDRs Rowney and McCallister. He was the OcUNIT 2 photographer. As well as his normal photography duties he produced the "Serv-Op" newspapers, and designed some of the covers.|
|DUTTON PHOTOS, 1979-1980|
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|PH2 Bruce M. Gray enjoying a Dutton meal in the enlisted mess...what a treat.|
On one of our visits to Japan we took a Special Services trip to hike to the
top of Mt. Fuji. This is the Group on our return to Dutton.
Kneeling: Stephanie Unknown (Miller, maybe), NavO; Unknown, MSC; HMC Castro, USN; ET3 Unknown;
Standing: ET2 Rocky Bone, USN; ET2 Bill Rouse, USN; Nancy Vetter, NavO; Unknown, USN; Gus Gustofoson, USN; Virgil Bettencourt, NavO; Unknown; Unknown, NavO; Capt. Unknown, USNS Dutton/MSC; Ltjg Unknown, XO Ocunit 2, USN; Doug Wilson, NavO; Unknown, USN; Unknown, USN; Unknown, USN; PH2 Bruce M. Gray, USN...hopefully, others can fill in the Unknowns
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Henry Alubowicz has sent this key of the complete
names for the Ft. Fuji trip.
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When I reported to Dutton in April 1979, she was in dry dock in San
Francisco. We stayed on Treasure Island. When I left in April 1980 we were
in dry dock in Richmond, just north of SF.
The Richmond dock was a floating dry dock. This is the San Francisco dry dock in May, 1979.
|Another photo of Dutton, from the stern, in dry dock in San Francisco, May, 1979.|
The PDR display of Dutton's bottom track, sometime in 1980.
Some of the crew came and got me, saying: "You have to take a picture of this!" They thought the ocean bottom track looked like a woman's breast. We had been at sea waaaaayyy too long.