Alfred A Cunningham (DD 752) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1952

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CUNNlNGl'lAlv1 DD 7521 in compony wiTh desTroyer Division 131 leTT Son Diego Tor her second l . , Tour oT duTy in Koreo. This bool: Tells The sTory oT Those seven monThs in coml3ciT woTers. Launched oT SToTen lslond in 1944, The 752 hos olso seen ocTion in The losT greoT boTTles in The PociTic. She ioined The TighT oT Wolce, Guorn, The Phillipines, ond OT Olcinowo where she served os o porT oT ThoT gollonT TirsT line oT deTense The rodor piclceT group T Fl +Th CUNNlNGl'lAlv1 ln 1946 olong wiTh mosT oT our powerTul Poci ic ee e become o porT of The new reserve TleeT BuT in 1950 wiTh The sounds oT o new wor rising in Koreo she shed her peocehme cocoon ond seT obouT The business oT d herselT Tor The TighT oheod oT losT on Jonuory second 1951 her sholce reo ying clown over her crew recidy The CUNNINGT-TAM seT her course Tor cornboT woTers noT To reTurn To The UniTed SToTes unTil eighT monThs hod possed , , ' f ' f ' 0 f , 'W 4 ' 1 , 719 on o, T 2422 we ' x , if J ' f Za Q, iwvwff, V V f 2, f, ,, , v uf e e LJ of e . a f me aa axe Jeff. 2 ww ' ' T. M f .. V VJ ,, 'L ""," el M ' M 0.7- ,os.a'ffe-fleff-11-w",f Z ' BeTore seTTing TarTh on her second Korean cruise, The CUNNINGT-'TAM had spenT an evenTTul seven monThs in The UniTed STaTes and had acquired a new cam- manding oTTicer: Commander A. A. CLARK Ill, oT Fresno, California. On The TwenTy-second oT March, Tor many oT The crew, Their TirsT, and Tor mosT, Their second Korean cruise had begun. While in The cornbaT area, The CUNNINGT-TAM saw duTy wiTh nearly every allied naval Torce in The For EasT. She sTeamed oTTen wiTh The TosT carrier Task Force aTT The EasT CoasT aT Korea, was a uniT aT The Formosa PaTrol7 drilled in inTensive air-sea anTi-submarine warTare wiTh The hunTer-killer Task Group: and bombarded NorTh Korea boTh wiTh The UniTed NaTions EasT CoasT Blockade and EscorT Force and on gun sTrikes Tram The carrier Task Farce. lT was wiTh The Sangiin blockade elemenT ThaT The CUNNINGT-TAM meT her real TesT. On SepTember l9Th, while shelling The coasTal railroad sauTh aT Songiin The CUNNINGT-TAM was Taken underTire by several CommunisT shore baTTeries a1' poinT blank range. ln The brieT period aT The engagemenT, The ship received beTween T00 and T50 rounds oT Tire, suTTering Tive direcT hiTs and seven near air bursTs. ThirTeen crew members were wounded, buT TorTunaTely none was iniured seriously. The CUNNINGT-TAM herselT received considerable damage, buT aTTer emergency repairs by her crew, was able To conTinue acTian wiTh The Songiin elemenT. AT lasT The cambaT Tour was ended, and wiTh The resT aT desTroyer Division i3I, The CUNNINGHAM began The iaurney home, aTTer seven monThs in The For EasT. During Those monThs, The CUNNINGHAM had sTeamed 68.500 miles. burned 3,250,000 gallons aT Tuel oil, and refueled aT sea ThirTy-Tive Times. Her duTies had Taken her Twice To Two years Through every phase aT Korean cambaT duTy. IT was noT a record, buT The iob had been done, and done well. IT was good To be home ! lee M' iiff'W"l'i mei! all I oil! lla' A eraipf' Em rome low ing yoilflflf well. Ellfg fl 41' ' Sli aloof' eeipomibilifj my PMN fl liaoe TN" ' tioeoeef T7 yerienef- ll eiaiie1f'7l tional eerora lation To mia pained the rbip! 4 yoafeepel. 4 rerpeet if. 0 high reputa! T o lbofe eizilian life par your ia perional be happy rerui demir pam To tlnooe earry on a mexperieno have you a tbe fame 1 iailof' Ilia! 35:4 , . TT 'Ti eil, 2157 -9: l A T ,T T 1 5 ,..- fi- ' - Q I y it .1 6' I r ' oC6lV9 FWD I, pu ' ' ,, ,er I o M5109 on 58 '., A 5. ,' Coma SHOW , fegll d r -woS90 I am intenxely proud of the competent, poxitive manner in which the ojicerx and men of the CUNNINGHAM have carried out their affigned daily taxhf during thif cruife. Even the tediouf, ,fometimef irk- Jome housekeeping dutiex and never end- ing routine maintenance have heen done well, Emergency operational and hattle dam- age repair.r have heen acomplifhed with Jhill and refourcefulneu. Dutief of tremendouf reyponfihility, which if performed poorly can prove coftly and dangerouf to the chip, have heen carried out with marked effec- tiveneff hy perfonnel of very .rhort .rea ex- perience, We have made a 70,000 mile cruiye in 7 month: with an excellent opera- tional record and a refultin g excellent repu- tation for the chip, You ac individual! have gained the defirahle reputation within the Jhip'f company of heing reliahle, re- Jourceful, and well-informed. Thif mutual refpect if, of courfe, reflected in the Jhip'J high reputation. To thofe of you who are returning to civilian life at thif time I extend my thankf for your :ervice to your country and my perfonal hect wifhef for a gratifying and happy rexumption of your hufineu or aca- demic purfuitf. To thofe of you who are remaining to carry on df hefore and to train the new, inexperienced inen I Jay, "I am glad to have you aboard." May the new men gain the fame pride in heing a "Cunningham Jailor"" that I have. to -: JV - .Lf A ' I A ,N fi-fiffz 7 M. 7-l E M ' X' ?,,,,, 0 ,mf ,,,,,yf"f""" ,W f ,W wwf ' W 'ai vG.L.COX 'KV " Ai Q M Z ,ff .4"" SV' L C A I. U4 SQ , I ,J 7 if iflyx ,J M -N ' f " ' L e. l .F Z 'S ' , fzfxff- 4.-.,- . 4.1: 1 S11 ,P N" gush ,, ,. WaE5TROYER DlVlSlON131. NL du. J. all x5Q1 v, 4 i QCA 5 R. A. Burlison Lf. USNR I V .-ws'-1023, ,f V ' A I s L15 ' 1 Zi, 1 ,W f f C. E. Wrighf Ens. USNR '- 'K I L 'n D. F. Wilson Jr. L. 1 Q'Q lllr 5 'L W. S. Shoffron LHg.USN R. R. Rhodes L+. USNR E. S. Mesfer 5 I C. L. Lo Bcurge LHg.USNR ,ffgg ,ff----A .5 .J A Q' RRR 15? W 5 gggmQEQQ? 5?Q J. P. Leahy Ens. USN R. McKean Ens. USNR gaiiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII EHS. 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NEOUS' ltacked "Big Nori," west of Chor Shore Guns Blast unningham, 8 lnjured Allied Troops Stage Counter-Attack i To Regain Communist-Held Heights i ht men were injured when OKYO, Sept. 30 llfuesdayl GD-E g nmunist shore batteries hit the U.S. Destroyer Cunningham veral times" on Sept. 19, the Navy disclosed today. 'hree men requirvd hospitalization. They were Seaman Ivy Lee - Roberio Salazar Lin- idon, Lakeside, Calif., Apprentice Seaman , n, N.M., and Michael A. Stanisci Jr., Dallas, Tex. ' ' h .fired 150 rounds to silence the gun positions 1 A he Cunnmg am X ' ual number "scoring several not until the enemy had fired an eq , s and seven near misses," the Navy said . d J . . isgoniotnfsf sesfyi more. Twelve dogfights swirled over northwest Korea. most of la attacked enemy positions Y zed from the U.N. yesterdayt hind the heaviest Red artillery The major Allied assaults fol- a re rt by the Far NEW wed up po ist Air Forces commander that hem touched off by Communist ttempts to fend off attacks on a d mortar barrage of the war.gF0l1fld UYEGYS by allied fighter bombers. FIELDS BUILT Weyland said the Reds doubt- e h' h b 'lt 't d C ma as ul up ls an less are building new air fields, rce to 2500 planes despite a .N. aerial drive now riding the 'est of a record bag of 122 MIG's mis month. ECTOR ATTACKED , U.N. troops stormed the enemy- 'eld hills in the east central sec- 'Jr, where the Reds swept South Zorean soldiers from the peaks tfter big guns and mortars hurled ,2.000 rounds into Allied lines. Q In all, the Communists fired 17,312 rounds at U.N. positions, rom 6 p.m. Sunday to 6 p'm' Vesterday. l The ROKS launched their ounter attacks last night an l: d were fi hting on the slopes of I E lthe hills early today. I In the west, U.N. troops at won where Greek troops ha particularly in Manchuria, but added: "Since our air operations are restricted under current policy. I am unable to comment specific- ally on any new air field con- struction inside China or Man- churiaf' He said it was well known that Russia is maintaining modern fighter bases on Sakhalin Island, within sight of northern Japan, and in the Kurile Islands. Communists Believed Desirous of Peace TOKYO. Sept. 30 tTiiesdayl 4 . -Gen. Mark W. Clark said toda . he still believes the Communist d want to end the war in Korea gained the peak Sunday only to but only on their own terms. be forced off again by an acci- dental Allied bombing and a Red Reds were prepared to launch counter-attack. The Chinese threw a small probe at bloody Bunker Hill on the western front early today, ' l added that he did not think t gggsd gf Capt. F-voice 7F9eI'3tEd bardment as .3 all-out ground offensive. The United Nations comman reiterated Allied determinatio T4 Destroyers L l rrive From Korea Wate1's- I Four fighting ships of Destroy- Four De Of Division 131 Due at P, H 7-ada , F Q I g D. 9111 ships makin y er Division 131 arrived at Pearl Harbor late yesterday after prov- 'ing their "salt" during six months of war zone duty. A The four ships are the USS Blue, Evans, Cunningham. and the Bradford. They are .veterans fof 15 months of Far Eastern duty lout of the past 22. 4 it 1 8 l DURING THEIR stay in the area they participated in prac- tically every phase of United Nations naval action in the war -zone. Acting independently and as a unit they rained death and jdestruction along both coasts of 'Korea and operated as escort 'ships for our carrier task forces. A All four were taken under fire by enemy coastal batteries but ionly the Cunningham suffered 5 Wlsi g u , , 'bor lacig the due jnppgffhoyelndirect hits. This ship took five av - U Har- Idirect hits and numerous close tow-.of d . after ' Ury i 3 SIX m They ale t n the Far Easl' onth .Bradf l he Blu, ' . Hn thord and Evan: gglnningham. e W . i , , We al' Zone lagt ey 31l"lVedv: l , re Hssju - A ' tions bl 'med to th Pm and, k 9 U i Theyqcic ade force for mted Na-, ipjies b like on fu duly. . Coast, esori leaving fig. aid SUp-! early S 0 ably me .e Westj This aturday' Friday or-A t was th .,, , ' our of Far East grtgionfg Secondli J. Undef - wig' 2g1ggiiat.c'i'Fef SUDDort ani: Task! iioasthne. umt along the Koiggii-,l TTACKE o D BY mrs f w n September 17 as attacked b f , the Bradford! While one . .V our Red She succegslflng in the yedlgff' jets' A Navy uuy f0ught the Sea,- stand firm on the only iS'Sib1y was fgokesman Said tan Off. but it was beaten back qulcky bl . . at about 3:30 am. ocking a truce-the Commu tween planee Wars first 1 15 pos. Gen. O. P- Weyland Said the demand for forced return 0 gflflist and salaqentified 3:53 be-If Communist buildup seemed to Chinese and North Korean buff ui ship wasied warshjps of-I"'f be leveling off now after climb- oners' identmidattackingagffked earlierei ing 700 planes above the official ' Two ds ne was unf estimate some time ago. ham guna: dlater, the C , Weyland said replacements flfjgltfzefnfire ffomsrgverai hiigunsglg-i seemed to be coming in for thei iyheiffles, Eight megmmunisf Shofef MIG's shot down by U.S. Sabrel ,Ship ,iffhefe ti-an,sferre:ere injuredef jets, whose score for September, ffhe Ship io Cunningham fo Hnothef? stands at 60 destroyed, seven The Cunshore duel. continued probably destroyed and 55 dam- Winds b f fnngham '. suen 6 Ole e fllg-jd . fed. nemy gun 150 S Were' ager. The Sabres downed two MIG's yesterday and damaged two 1 ,A 4 1,6 1 dead, ,, .2-ft, f.,,,,, , - ,f ,,, .- . ef was df -f .4 f-a -fe.-.ta While making repairs lair bursts. I fand tending the wounded th-e de- stroyer returned the tire with her five inch guns and silenced the enemy battery. "1 :E gk TWO DAYS EARLIER, 17, the Bradford, operating the West Coast of Korea British units, fired on four the aiea No hits weie the ship but this action the Bradford with being t United States vessel to the famous MIG 15 1 Several days earlier th iwitnessed the attack of three Marine sairs. The jets made ten at the slower propellor aircraft before breaking th tion, leaving the marine undamaged. Although the took place above the she was unable to aid the ily aircraft for fear of them. r -M ak :E ARRIVING UNDER rain skies, the four ships, command- of Capt. Schmidt, USN, were the traditional hula troupe stay at Pearl Harbor brief prior to departing l.or ' emy 'jets on emy MIG jets that circled ship several times before ' - ' ' he e i earned rest and leave on 1 mainland 1 lsmill Nj th K ' 0 revel by Donald E L . cesiaoyir IQu,,mnqMam lashing Vggjaqe S' lleqles lem lalen ic . nnqjm area, was Slllps Ol D 1 V tiling. stdgliegitll Pei. 'dum .Elliot lily, lllllt are me US. Culllllllillam a Sill mm .olllity QW 'r:EiUlg ar astil, asmnqil ' ' 1 mm Sidi' in ka 'anticipated in rib, 'F' Phase nl lil al action in rm M. lllltpendenlly .13 rained drill rnas'al lia11er:rg:Q Cnriningliam rin This snip init and nnmernisrlr While making rni the wounded ter the init in li guns and along both Clegg' ---- 0D9Faled an rs. J f' cartier lnsl he were taken urns. 122 'NAU War Vets, 'l1At Navy Yard 'the accuracy o l G both coasts of I ' d up at Pearl Har- HOMEWARD BOUND-Two ships of Destroyer Division T31 are shown tie r bor after arriving yesterday from six months ot action against the Korean Communists. The 545 is the Bradford, credited with being the first U. S. ship to engage a MIG-T5 iet. The 744 is the Blue, flagship of the division. The other two ships, not shown, are the Q Evans and the Cunningham.-Navy Photo. K '4 D lie NEAR Missi-is l As the Blue closed in the Red ' trated on her. batteries concen lVIore than lfi near misses were counted before the ship withdrew unscathed. Division 131 tasted nearly all types of naval action. For a month it was part of the Formosan Straits lPatrol an ' A rv ff three idays. h nts there set up d visited Hongkong Four ships that ran testify to t Red coastal de- a ery. DAYS EAilL1l.l, Coast or llolft 9 X f H A rfejgrnn ense guns a o , , umieisllharfrrf it , liiorea are at Pearl Harbor today. l Local UWCYC H H Q 4 nmgbemwm , X The Ships, an members of De, hazaais on the ships iantails, Y hyuvemmmb Nstroyel. Division BL arrived yes, where the crew purchased every- folghicamonrrgtt lterday after six months in the Far thmglflom THYC 5-'CmS.2Ud WOW 10 nu wmeingmm mast. giving them 3 totar of Q5 clothing and soft drinks. SAW Yesserromrz 'P months out of the last 22 spent in WATCHED AIR ATTACK X .llllG-li the War Zonei l Operating in the Yellow Sea with limi l All four ships-the Blue, Rad- . f dayggartlaw Word Evans and Cunningham-4 lunits of the British Navy, the tllealtatlllllild taqgd Cnemv Ure but him were lkBl'3df0fd witnessed the attack o nr - - - , ' - on three M1395 scored only on the Cunningham. lgiglfi enimynlew on three U- E TlelWde11ifll't rr ' iiiineiifiigncrii a in - rat lrowrrprvif, Toon 5 DIRECTAH S r G S 2 C passes a cbelorebretlllwg As she was shelling a 0035181 liogvfr Eropxilloff' dfrlvmg alfcia rearing the rnanrgm lrailroad south of Songjin, the Reds lhfasis. Zia 12,5 -,O f if M110 ' Allhouiiesng scored tive direct hits on the deg damaid 9 ' mme P M105 ul bare' 5 stroyer and showered her wit fe ' qglileloaidlllflgj numerous close air bursts. bAlth?:3g-md? 5513? ioolt Pla for learnt While tending their wounded fioogfd time limili ishilafisrflfli and repairing the damage, the . . ' 1 'mint Cunningham returned the fire with OfT1U1?l213 fhifns' Q 'hw , NDF' f ner five inch batteries. Ifhirteen ,in me are 3 ?l- it OTQQYBF ci-ewmen were wounded, none se- . Same Wea- elf, i, Gd J 1 1 X Nously circled the ship several times. ii V The division flagship the Blue l The Bradford Opened fire ' d by enchqv hm 46 rclaimed mo hits. For this act lthe ship is credited with be vessel to. engage ' Univi- . i. .. Cap Ml 'i ' - wtferxer- wnn ,was straddle i t , 'times in 20 minutes while sup-l .Q , lporting salvage operations on the U' S' lU. S. tug Sarsi. " . A 1 I 1 L! iii1'll3lr'lll3tll . 0 'ol' . gr grllllv, ?,p,rrr.l'l,lflif:-lf' HUMANE SIDELIGHT OF ned if A small North Korean girl smiles as she reaches tor tray oi toad oi ' mlafl- tered by Donald Bartley. Fort Wayne, lnd., engineman aboard the destroyer Cunningham, which piclced up'7O North Koreans irom a small fishing village coming under fire ot Allied naval guns. the refugees were taken io an island tor saiety. 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