Albany (CG 10) - Naval Cruise Book

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They have every right to do so because ALBANY acquitted herself as a first rate ship of the line and turned in a perform- ance expected of a capital ship. From the beginning in early February 1971 at the Atlantic Fleet Weapons Range, she established herself as a most proficient missile ship. l-ler innate ability to assist others will long be remembered in the SIXTH Fleet. Her role as a pro- tector of the Attack Carrier Striking Group with the long range deterrence of the magnificent TALOS missile system is respected by both friend and foe. And last but not least, the image of America that she has proiected is one fraught with hon- gr. Tlhroughout it all she has been true to her motto - ASSIDUITY - attention to etai . It was on 15 June 1971 in Corfu, Greece that this gallant lady celebrated her twenty-fifth birthday. ln honor of her service to our country it is appropriate to ask what she would want said and remembered of her. I know she would approve of the following: She would want all to remember that she was born a fighting ship and will remain that way until she leaves the service. She would want it remembered that during these years of service she has borne her nation's flag in freedom's cause without it having been detiled while entrusted to her care. She would want it remembered that she has given her all and that no one has expected any less. Although she has never fired a shot in anger, she would want it remem- bered that perhaps her presence, with her guns of yesteryear and her missiles of today, has helped preserve the peace in the Mediterranean. And she would want it remembered that she always stands ready to defend the cause of freedom. She enters her second quarter-century of service to her nation knowing that wherever she has gone she has found her way into the hearts of people and holds most dear the salute of the naval service that transcends all others - WELL DONE. Now with the cruise over it was of course inevitable that her magnificent crew would break up and the many fine men go their separate ways. Such is the way of lite in the service. But wherever they have gone they have done so with the admir- ation and respect of the undersigned whose privilege it was to be their Command- ing Officer in the Guided Missile Cruiser ALBANY during her second Mediterra- nean cruise since modernization and the twelfth since her commissioning twenty- five years ago. The Navy is a way of life and it is by no means possible to exercise it now and then. THUCYDIDES .dbz YN? M497 mm, -SLM 2 lib ul l"llll6l'd M 1 unsound' 1 sh sw' W' 'A 4 Q1 up- I .nw -N an X 'nl' W 1 1 RQ' 1' 'F 2 L mz- :Y 37" galiili., X r rx... ,f vg '-fbgkgxfa-Q ..,., 1' nu -aw ings XX'-idyvrw' 5-sin lO"'X4N w W ""3',"""'!- M +4...4n+,.....-...,f+...,.,,-V.,-. ,..,..,,1.. N- M,-N - f 4 R . u.s.s. ALBANY rce- 701 frWf 25th A nniversary 7.97 1 Mediterranean Cruise 0F CUNTENTS 'M , lllhmg 4- Q. 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A .s. sf'- ln the past 125 years, four ships of the United States Navy have been named for Albany, the capital city of the state of New York. The keel of the first ALBANY, a sloop-of-war, was laid in 1843 at the New York Navy Yard. She was launched three years later on June 27, 1846. Displacing 1064 tons, her overall length was 163 feet, 6 inches, breadth, 32 feet, 2 inches, and depth of. hold, 17 feet, 3 inches. She was armed with four 8iinch smoothbore rifles and eighteen 32-pounder rifles, and had a complement of 120 officers and men. ALBANY was placed in commission on Novem- ber 6, 1846, and on November 26, under the com- mand of Captain S. L. Breese, she Sailed to ioin the United States Home Squadron in the Gulf of Mex- ico. Shortly after the beginning of the Mexican war, the Navy received orders from the United States government to maintain a vigorous blockade of all Mexican ports on the gulf. In accordance with these instructions, ALBANY was one of several vessels scattered along the entire Mexican coast from the Rio Grande to the Tabasco River. On March 8, 1847, ALBANY took part in the debarkation of troops at Vera Cruz. In response to a request from General Winfield Scott during the at- tack on the town, the ship also sent ashore a 68- pound Paixhan gun as well as seamen to man it. One USS ALBANY. . . 1846 - 7977 of several landed by the fleet, Al-BANY5 QUV' CVGW helped in the destruction of Mexican fortsf the town of Vera Cruz surrendered shortly thereafter, On June 14, 1847, ALBANY participated in an- other maior operation ofthe war as she was part of a large expedition which crossed the bar of the Tabasco River and advanced upstream several miles, supporting Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry in his attack on the town of Tabasco, The ships drove the Mexicans from their entrenchments with accurate gun fire and the town was taken without further fighting. ALBANY sailed for Hampton Roads on July 11, 1847, and after being sent on to Boston for repairs, she departed that city on October 10 for the West Indies and cruised with the Home Squadron until her return home in September of 1848, She made two additional cruises with the Home Squadron, return- ing to Boston from the second on July 21, 1852. ALBANY's capabilities were summed up by her Commanding Officer at the end of this cruise: "Steers and lies-to well, and works as well as the average of ships. Stands up well under sails, rolls deep without straining her hull or rigging. She has logged 10 knots on a wind and 13 free. Beat the Decatur in a trial on the wind. I do not re- gard the ALBANY as very weatherly, but under all circumstances in which I have seen her C236 days at is United States Sloop-of-War Albany: 1846 - 1854 19 sea in the West lndies1, as superior to most ships." On November 29, 1852, ALBANY, under the command of Commander J. T. Gerry, again sailed from Boston to ioin the Home Squadron in the West Indies. After cruising for several months, she re- turned to New York, where she was refitted and put to sea on December 12, 1853, bound again for the the West Indies, Upon arrival, she resumed oper- ations among the numerous ports of the Caribbean and along the coast of Central America, On Septem- ber 28, 1854, Commander Gerry wrote from Aspin- wall lColon1, Panama, informing the Navy Depart- ment that ALBANY would sail under his command the next day for New York. When several weeks had passed without further word being received, the steamer PRINCETON left Pensacola in search of ALBANY on November 21, running down the coast of Cuba, off the islands of Little Cayman and Cay- man's Brac, they by way of Kingston, Jamaica and Aspinwall to Key West. The steamer FULTON also made a rapid searching cruise for ALBANY, departing Norfolk on December 30, 1854 and steam- l l 1 l . I xx X ""9 Th"0U9h the Bahama and Caribbeanjslands' a'0'19 the Spanish Main to Aspinwall, off NlCaVa9Ua and Jamaica, along the coast of 'Hondur8S and The 1 YUC.afan to Havana, before returning to Norfolk on April 5,1 1855. Not the slightest information COUld be obtained on the missing ship and ALBANY WGS never heard from again. Pensions to the dependents of the officers and seamen lost in ALBANY were awarded by Act of Congress, Qffgcfive April 18, 1855. The second ALBANY, a screw sloop-of-war, was built by the Portsmouth Navy Yard, POVfSf'n0UTn, New Hampshire, and launched as USS CONTOO- COOK on December 3, 1854. Built according to plans drawn up by the Bureau of Construction for the Navy Department in 1863, CONTOOCOOK was one of a number of large wooden frigates and sloops-of-war in which much green material had to be used, since the supply of seasoned timber had been so drawn upon by the unusual amount of ship building during the war years. Being long and nar- row, the ships were strengthened with diagonal iron bracing amounting almost to an enormous iron l -l li .l 8 -5 . , 1 i 4 i A 1 I F I ' 1 i . , I ,. .s"'.f , . -' ' . --1-.11 .- 1- .. .N:e,s-fi':1:,1n-Li-I-i,-g -, if .Lis ,V 4 - 3 42145:-' i t ig: . 1 ' - f . ' 'T7 I' '31 United States Screw Sloop-of-War ALBANY: 1868 - 1879 basket woven over the hull. Although this held the ships together long after the decay of tlie timbers would have caused them to tall in pieces, those that were finished were Sh0VT'llV9d- CONTOOCOOK's overall length was 296 feet, breadth, 41 feet, depth of hold, 7 feet, 8 inches, and she displaced 2348 tons. Costing -563O,538.75, ex- clusive of machinery, she was designed' for atop speed of 13 knots, and was armed with eight 9-inch guns, one 60-pounder rifle, four 24-pound bronze howitzers and one 12-pound bronze howitzer. The ghip was placed in commission Ion March 14, 1868. CONTOOCOOK made her first cruise as flag- ship of Rear Admiral Hoff, Commander ofthe North Atlantic Squadron, her first two cruises were in the West Indies for the protection of American interests during 1868 and 1869. Her name was changed to ALBANY effective May 15, 1869, and in the fall of that year, she made a third cruise to the West Indies. ALBANY was placed out of commission on January 7, 1870 and served as a quarantine ship at New York until sold for 54,800 on December 12, 1872. The third ALBANY, a protected cruiser, was built by Armstrong, Whitworth and Company, New- castle on Tyne, England. Originally the Brazilian cruiser ALMIRANTE ABREU, she was purchased from the government of Brazil while on the ways on March 16, 1898. Renamed ALBANY, she was 1 U U ,'A gi L, 3'!r' '91 R9 'Ai ln 54.- EIC'- sr: ii we , K hoes a 'Cn TOD S: loin' Caribe' DOu'ce TNQ5 'W Crm., A, K :L- NN: 29 'GQ' Nana S lo 5-- i M i W5 5 NQXQNE: iii p. ' to . Weil, ,. -. H. SeDtQ'w.g VHUSQ' sqx. 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' iris., ' 'fkfla ' . --1 - ...pi 4 ,L lip..- W 0. ng ... ,... 4m1"" .aux "M fff-1Kpw United States Protected Cruiser ALBANY: 1899 - 1922 launched in Febrauary of 1899 under the sponsor- ship of Mrs. John C. Colwell, wife of Captain Col- well, USN, Naval Attache in London. ALBANY had an overall length of 254 feet, 5 inches, an extreme beam of 43 feet, 9 inches, and a normal displacement of 2789 tons. Designed for a top speed of 20 knots, she was protected by armor four inches thick and was armed with six 6-inch!50 caliber guns, four 4.7-inch!50 caliber guns, ten 6- pounders, eight 1-pounders, two 38 caliber guns and three 18-inch surfaced torpedo tubes. Her designed complement was 24 officers and 342 men. ALBANY was placed in commission on March 29, 1900, Captain Joseph E. Craig, USN, in com- mand. She departed Southampton, England on June 26 and, sailing by way of Gibraltar and the Suez Canal, arrived at Cavite, Philippine'lslands on November 22. She served with the Asiatic Squadron in Philippine waters until July 3, 1901. Returning to the Mediterranean by way of the Suez Canal on September 22, 1901, she operated with the Mediter- ranean Squadron and along the French coast until July 4, 1902 when she reached England. She then sailed to the Baltic Sea and returned by-way of Eng- land on September 7 to resume duty in the Medi- terranean. On November 5, 1902, she departed to steam by way of Puerto Rico and Venezuela to Bos- ton, where she arrived on January 12, 1903. Q ALBANY was presented with a 510,000 silver service by the city of Albany, New York during her stay in Boston on February 2. Twio hundred years of the history of the' city are depicted in. etchings on the various pieces of the service, which today are permanently on display in special cases in ALBANY's wardroom. On February 3, 1903, ALBANY got underway from Boston to return to the Mediterranean, visit- ing the ports of Ponta Delgada, Azores, Algiers, Palermo, Naples, Leghorn and Marseilles, and then passing through the Suez Canal and on to the Far East to reioin the Asiatic Fleet at Chefoo, China on.August 26, 1903. She cruised in the western Pa- cific, visiting the principal ports of China, Japan, Korea and the Philippines until May 8, 1904, when she sailed from there to arrive at the Puget Sound Navy Yard, Bremerton, Washington on June 16, 1904, where she was placed out of commission. ALBANY was recommissioned at the Puget Sound Navy Yard on June 10, 1907 and then steamed alongthe Pacific coast where she served to protect American interests in Honduras in July 1908, ln 1909, she acted as parent ship for the Pacific Tor- pedo Fleet and on December 13, 1909, she became the flagship of Rear Admiral W. W. Kimball, Com- mander of the Nicaraguan Expeditionary Squadron, fsgvgggetin wagers .off Central America to insure y o merican citizens and ' April 14, 1910. pfopeffy Um" For the next few years, ALBANY served in the Pacific with both the Asiatic and Pacific Fleets with the outbreak of World war 1, she became thgi f'aQfShlD Of Squadron Six, Patrol Force, U. S. At- lantic Fleet. She was engaged in patrol off the Vir- ginia coast until July 5, 1917 when she received orders to proceed to New York for convoy duty She sailed from New York on July 13, escorting' the wyifjqm ire N" We asain. av'- 'L 1-ag ii 'FC 22 fy- D Q 151 Q "f'x The heavy cruiser USS ALBANY is launched: June 10, 1945 first mercantile convoy of the war under a United States command. From this time until the signing of the armistice, she gave protection to 224 mer- chant vessels during eleven convoy e-srort voyage-5 across the Atlantic, operating as a unit of ine cruis- er Force, U. S. Atlantic Fleet during the latter pa- riod of this service. ln 1919, she stearnc 1'e A ap igin the Asiatic Fleet, spending much of her 'irne in the region of Vladivostok, Siberia, where shi? cent land- ing forces ashore and gave other importsiril- support to the Allied Expeditionary Forces in Siberia. Gm August 6, 1922, ALBANY returned to the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, where she was decommissioned on October 10 the same year, l-lar name was stricken from the Navy list on November 3, 1929, and she was sold on February 11, 1930. The fourth ALBANY, now a guided missile cruiser, was built as a heavy cruiser, CA 123, by the Bethlehem Steel Company of Quincy, Massachu- setts. l-ler keel was laid on March 6, 1944 and she was launched on June 10, 1945 under the sponsor- ship of Mrs. Elizabeth F. Pinckney of Albany, New York, whose son was a prisoner-of-war in Germany. The ship was "bought" by the citizens of Albany through their subscriptions of over 540,000,000 in United States War Bonds. ALBANY was placed in commission at the Bos- ton Navy Yard on June 15, 1946 under the command of Captain H, A. Carlisle, USN. After conducting trial runs off Provincetown, Massachusetts, shake- down training operations while based at Casco Bay, Maine, and returning to Boston for alterations, she arrived in her home port of Norfolk on January 21, 1947. During the next year and a half, she made several Midshipman training cruises and engaged in routine exercises which took her to ports along the Atlantic coast from Newfoundland to Argentina, On September 11, 1948, ALBANY sailed from Norfolk for a seven month tour of duty in the Medi- terranean area as flagship of Vice Admiral Forrest P. Sherman, Commander Sixth Fleet. ln Vice Ad- miral Sherman's farewell speech to the Crew of ALBANY prior to transferring his flag to U55 FARGO, he commended the crew on the axcelienf '-e-' 4... 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The flagship of Rear Admiral E. R. McLean, Commander Cruiser Division Two, ALBANY de- parted Norfolk again on January 4, i956 for her sixth deployment to the Mediterranean. Port calls on This tour included Barcelona, Spain, Haifa, Isra- el, and Rhodes, Greece, from which The ship de- parted on May l6, returning home on May 29, A Midshipmen's cruise to Valencia, Spain and Dublin, Ireland, a five-month overhaul at The Boston Navy Yard, a Reserve Midshipmen's cruise to Valpa- raiso, Chile, The North Atlantic Treaty Organiza- tion's 'Operation Strikeback' off The coast of Scot- land, and The ship's seventh Mediterranean cruise occupied The next eighteen months. Upon her return from The Mediterranean on February 28, 1953, ALBANY entered The Boston Naval Shipyard .for in- activation. She was placed out of commission On June 30 and Transferred to The custody of .Com- mander, Boston Naval Shipyard, for conversion To a guided missile cruiser. Her hull classification and number were changed to CG IO, effective No- vember i, l958. Over four years, 66 million man-hours, and Si75,000,000 resulted in a new ALBANY, The first of Three ships of her class and The first ship in The world to undergo complete conversion from con- ventional gunnery to guided missiles. Her gun cruiser armament of nine 8-inchf55 caliber guns, twelve 5 inchf38 caliber guns, and Thirty-three smaller anti-aircraft weapons were removed as she was stripped tothe main deck and rebuilt. The results included two distinctive mastfstacks Tower- ing l93 feet above the sea, a 90-foot high super- structure, and her extremely powerful new arm- ament: TALOS anti-aircraft missiles, with a range in excess of 65 miles, forward and aft, TARTAR anti-aircraft missiles with a range in excess of ten miles, port and starboard, and ASROC, an anti- . - gk A- --v y -,A 1,7-1 I 1.--33 v.,,,,-fy-gi-,yew-f.,,' f My I I f V, V 'AN ' 4 T i A 4. 3 " El, 7 6 5 ' 'A 'tx"""'E gms ., .J.s,,...,,,,,,,M,m .T VW ff fi, , My ,f,, ,I M W, I, Mm, UMW MW ww www. W ix, , 5 P g, , , , ,yy y .1 -in A - t"s, M - W. 5 V , ' F ' ffy, Qitfgw ., ' f "M ' , .. T fs , 1, -,,,.,,, ,,,,.,vW.,,,,W,,lVy ,, A 5 fy, r ,Q Wi "'- T P57 u -' ,f Q, 'Y t, 1, 67' ff! 7' ', I W' ' l M '54 gg! fx ' f 4 1 ' 'I 1 "', , " X f ,, . g f, " fun I if, I ,. W by Y ' ' -K. 6 V J -M 5 W, 14 J 'Q The guided missile cruiser USS ALBANY TCG-lOl is commissioned: November 3,1962 .,.a Rhea EQU hen UUKQ Sty reillrn Nilgaa' mai :Tum dw lil- S':CiQ lElQn On -iw COW Nc h aleiglon XO x.iSW,'fGllQp ECU . Q i he NC. ,.-N xr x .U S MC 1' we 8, . fg- i" A ' ' i. 'wc M L U r 4. H , 4 X W - 'if , h , - 73, ' 7? . I 'fi '-fggir-bl',.Q,.: 1 ,Q il Q, -T -t i . tell A -Aw Sea trials: December 1962 submarine rocket with the fastest surface to sub- surface delivery time ot any such weapon. While her hull dimensions remained the same - 674 feet in length and a beam ot 70 feet - ALBANY's dis- placement increased from 13,700 tons to 18,1100 tons. After fitting out in Boston in early January of l963, ALBANY proceeded on her maiden voyage eff the Virginia capes on January 30. Blast tests and initial missile tirings were conducted for two months, the final test involving the simultaneous firing ot two TALOS, one TARTAR and one ASROC. This marked the tirst time that three different types of missiles were launched at the same time. Q During the summer of 1963, changes and addi- tions were made, including the installation of two 5-inch guns, providing for close-range surface defense. In addition, there were more sea trials and missile firing exercises. ln November, AL- BANY departed her homeport, Norfolk, Virginia, for a tour with the Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean. There, she relieved USS LONG BEACH as flaQ' ship of Commander, Cruiser-Destroyer Flotilla Eight. She returned to Norfolk in late May for leave and upkeep, and participated in two maior NATO exercises with other units of the Second Fleet dur- ing the fall, during which she crossed the Arctic Circle. After yardwork at Norfolk, ALBANY returned to sea in January of 1965 for general training ex- ercises. She began her second cruise to the Medi- terranean in May and there took part in four malor exercises. During one of these in the Ionian Sea off the coast of Greece, she tracked an unidentified sonar contact for more than eight hours. The con- tact proved to be a Soviet submarine, the first such submarine tracked to exhaustion and finally sur- faced by a United States cruiser. Returning to Norfolk on October 11, ALBANY went through a leave and upkeep period and then completed several training cruises off the Vir- ginia Capes and participated in missile exercises in the Caribbean. ln February 1966, she again de- parted for deployment to the Mediterranean. I -.L 4,4 .-.U A ,.. Q ALBANY's first task in the Sixth Fleet during this cruise found her engaged in the recovery of a nuclear bomb, missing after a mid-air collision of a United States Air Force bomber and an in-flight refueling tanker off the coast of Palomares, Spain, as flagship of Rear Admiral William P. Guest, who commanded the recovery task force. On April 7, the bomb was successfully recovered and the following day was passed in review on board USS PETREL while 150 members of the world press watched from ALBANY, ln additon to malor NATO and Sixth Fleet operations, ALBANY concluded several highly successful missile firings during the cruise. Arriving in Norfolk on October 25, ALBANY conducted exercises with other Atlantic Fleet ships and participated in missile exercises in the Carib- bean. She entered Boston Naval Shipyard on Febru- ary 1, 1967 to prepare for a maior anti-aircraft warfare systems modernization and was again de- commissioned on March 1. The eighteen-month anti-aircraft warfare over-haul embraced work on ALBANY's ordnance equipment and included modernization and rehabili- tation. This conversion required stripping down various topside areas and modifying anti-aircraft and other equipment and increasing the ship's capa- bilities. Recommissioning on November 9, 1968 marked the culmination of one of the largest industrial ef- forts ever undertaken bythe Boston Naval Shipyard, an effort which started with a heavy cruiser in 1958 and ended with the most modern guided missile W' f i M' ff .. -'Y , ff. , fy, -,yi-4, '2f4,:,, 'f-'gy f ' ' ' 'f 4? tltfv 'wrffff asv, ,Q as Nu toil ff--ffx. ff f M, -al, f A 1 W . 1f5f,7Mf'v ,ff , A fm-.4 1 f 9 . I V. ,---M W W--9, , I n , ,Z . ,,-. V . 1 f 1 my ' f , fl ff it ff' .l . wwf! ' ' ,tlz.,,',,,4u,'-.pf-7,125 , rw: L ' f I 41, V , f ,., . j ' ' zf,Vy'3.gZ.:f,4ey4v 4' 4 " , W . , Jiiflwgy, 5-Q '71 , , H ,ala . ,wffhir M hmqw. 'M A M. 0-Nw 1 Jw' ,f 1, 'g,'1.afj. ' '--' H , I , , . gf-.afw,'f'i .4 1,4 W, H I I fm ,,.. . , ' vw wif Wy ffg f , ,, , 'A , f f llit r 'Q Simultaneous multi-missile firing: January 30,1963 ww, 46 LA. r Q-F .. -'-J .. NY3 tes" C6351 cligtfa iVOl C SUUEQ l'i ine Kill Q5 i'l'Ci'lQ. 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At" ' - wg K H V .. -.- kc L -,F A ,, ,, , 3. 1-V .K - H ' ---- 1 -- 'YW' ' L 's ,, ... -C ' 'cf ' . . Q V' . '. .f X -in-----ff .v-4 . K W.. L - ' ' . -M ' A, ... ,.- .Q -rm I .MMV --- L U ,., .. lu.. , .V - .. Q., ...ag,,,f. V V - 'Q H f ' s.. ' ALBANY in Grand Harbor, Valletta, Malta: April 10, 1971 cruiser in 1968. This most recent overhaul added 510,000,000 to the total conversion cost. ALBA- NY's new weapons systems utilized the latest in technoIOQY, Combining the detection and tracking capabilities of the Naval Tactical Data Systems' digital computers with the fully digitalized fire con- trol computers of the weapons systems, and re- sulted in the most modern and sophisticated system in the United States Navy. ALBANY's anti-aircraft kill capability is unsurpassed by any ship in the world. Following recommissioning on November 9, ALBANY spent several months completing sea trials and weapons systems tests, and on July 14, 1969, arrived in Mayport, Florida, her new home- port. Training cruises in the Caribbean, refresher training at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and missile exercises followed in preparation for her first Med- iterranean deployment since her second recom- missioning. , Acting as flagship for Commander, Cruiser- Destroyer Flotilla Six, ALBANY left Mayport on February 24, 1970 for Gibraltar. Seven months'of exercises with units of the Sixth Fleet and with ships of allied nations followed and ALBANY re- turned to Mayport in September to commence a well-earned four-month in-port period, broken only by five days of exercises off the Florida Coast. Her second post-commissioning Mediterranean de- ployment was preceeded by Operation Lantflexf Rimex 71 in early February 1971, during which ALBANY again proved the superiority and excel- lence of her weapons systems during several suc- cessful missile firings. Finally reaching the Medi- terranean on February 24, over the five-month period that followed, ALBANY spent several under- way periods operating with other units of the United States Sixth Fleet as well as participating in exer- cises with naval vessels of other NATO countries. She also made port calls at Palma, Mallorca, Bar- celona, Spain, Naples and Trieste, Italy, Valletta, Malta, and Athens, Rhodes, and Corfu, Greece. On June 15, during the visit to the latter port, the ship celebrated the 25th anniversary of her commission- ing as a heavy cruiser in 1946 with apporpriate ceremonies. ALBANY's return to Mayport on July 24 marked the end of her twelfth deployment with the Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean, the end of her 25th anniversary cruise. lt has been a quarter of a century of service which has seen ALBANY, originally a heavy gun cruiser, converted to a guided missile cruiser with detection, tracking and weapons systems which are the most modern, the most so- phisticated, and the most powerful in the fleet. It has been a quarter of a century which has seen the ship live up to its motto, 'assiduity': attention to detail. It is such attention that has made ALBANY the great ship that she is. lt is a motto which is highly appropriate for the ship and her crew as ALBANY enters her second quarter of a century of service to her country in the United States Navy. 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ALBANY ICG- 701 Rear Admiral Leslie H. Sell Commander Cruiser Destroyer Flotilla Ten fn K Y. 4 1 v,,.! Z' it il Captain David D. Ansel Chief of Staff Cruiser Destroyer Flotilla Ten , 198 A DMINISTRA TIUN f r ,,:fvf""" ,, A ' if -4- , 1 S 2 3 1' 95' YV? CDR C E, l.eMas1ers LTJG F. P. Conrad VVO-I B,G,Chris1ensen WO-1 D. J. AHGGFSOV1 Chaplain LegalfPAO Snip's Secrefary PGVSOUFIGI I up 'TYR ,fC f . X ff' "il" FTCM Joblin DCCS Snead PNCS Lockhart YNC Koefz PNSA Anderson SN Bonham SN Bom SN Cardile LI3 Christiansen SN Coniglio SN Cospard YNSN Davis SN Decker SN Dickmeyer SA Farrington SN Hail 199 PNSN Stewart PN3 Swab SN Warner PNSA Woods PNSA Zimmerman PC3 Hall PN2 Hearin JO3 H011 LI3 Kazmaier JO3 Klauer PH3 Minor PC1Mroz SN Nichols Ll3 Nickerson PN2 Nieboer PN1OrIaski SN Pegram YN2 Ragalyi SN Rice CYN3 Snyder SN Sremba CC Q-1 CSL 1 1, -S , x A 3 I I COMMUNICA TIONS 2 M viii CS Division fa- . ,LC 4 "L LT G.J.WiIheIm LTJGJ.M.We1ch ENC T, E Anderson Communications Officer Radio!RPS Custodian Signals -49 SMCS Ephlin SMSN Foster SM3 Free SMSN Kramer SMSN Lehman SM3 Pauska SM3 Rapp SM3 Schroeder SM3 Scolaro SN Smith SMI Tondu SM2 Woodward 201 202 CTR Division RMCS Rowland RMC Snow RMC Whiting RMC Williams CYN3 Allen RMSN Arnsdorff RMSN Avchin RM3 Bassett RMSN Bode CYN3 Chambers RM3 Coalney RMSN Conlon SN Conslande RM2 Diehl RM2 Dillon CYNSN DuBose CYN3 Federici RMSN Fellows RM2 Foster RM3 Gardner f ff 'N 1 5 n ,- I I 5 X, I J g RMSN Gasca RM2 Goss CYNSN Greenwood RM3 Haag RMI Hahn CT3 Hall CYN3 Harding RM3 Herninger RM3 Ivester RM? Johnson CYNSN Jones RM3 King 203 M 111 RM2 Lowery CYNSN Lucas RM2 Malloy RMSN McCormick RM3 Meade RM3 Menges RM3Mincey RMSN Moore RM3 Morgan RM3 Payette RM3 Pezzenti RM3 Wightman RM1 Kirkland RM3 l.9Ol'1BI'd RMSN Long .YQ K JH nl Z - I fr 9? MEDICAL DT3 Bechtel SN Bowen DT2 Smith LT R. S. Conte Medical Officer 6 .ffvv HMCS Bullard HMC Duranty HM3 Classen HM3 Curts HM3 Darby HM3 Dorrington HM3 Goodwin HM1JuSkewiCZ HM3 Kendrick HM2 Magee DENTAL 205 206 I GINEERING br LCDR R. L. Hendricks Engineer Officer LTC.A.Hinton LT H.E.Davis l.TJGC.W.EImore Main Propulsion Assistant Damage Control Assistant Electrical LTJG G. R. Newman Main Engines CVVO-2 W. R. Bertram Electrical Material LTJGN.J.Collins ENS J.J.DiBernardo ENS H.C.Erbe Boiler Auxiliary Repair CWO-2 K. D. Williamson CWO-2 D. F. Meyer WO-l E. E. 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