Alfred A Cunningham (DD 752) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1967

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He risked life and health when few appreciated the hazards, the discourage- ments, and the frustrations the early aviators faced. Born in Atlanta, Ga. 8 March 1882, young Cunning- ham was deeply interested in the balloon flights of that era and before his twenty-first birthday, he made two known ascensions. On 25 January 1909, the young man accepted an ap- pointment as Second Lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps. He served in the battleship NEW JERSEY in 1909, the battleship NORTH DAKOTA in 1910, and the cruiser LANCASTER in 1911. But his interest in flying was foremost and continu- ally grew with the years. In 1912, Cunningham's ambition was fulfilled when he became the Marine Corps, first pilot, soloing after a total instruction time of but two hours and 40 minutes. He then in turn instructed other pilots, and was in charge of Marine Corps aviation during the first World War I. He remained active in the promotion of military av- iation, and after 26 years in the Marines he retired from active duty with the rank of Major. While in retirement he was promoted to the rank of Lieuten- ant Colonel and died 27 May 1939. In recognition of Lt. Col. Cunninghamls immeasur- able contribution to Marine Corps aviation, the Uni- ted States Navy honored his name by launching the USS ALFRED A. CUNNINGHAM CDD 7525, christen- ed by his widow August 3, 1944. Q-,ME fl' v A , Y' ' . , ' N N 4 . M - M W. . ' ai wa. - ' f' X, 'w,,,w-NCQ-qfv 1 , ,ty V1 '-A N ,gil ,-t,-M'-iz,,,t,. -' 1 M We , -swift' .Q 5, is . f . M, ,,,,,, .M - - , , 'V-Y --rpm tcqiikxl VW.-.152 wi, ML U I jx K K 1. ynmtmvw , i.. 1,,.,.N- ,I .--I A "1 --ww'-N sw -' " fi ,qppw-, M Mfr we p , 'X H M--WMM DD 529s lllustrious History When the Destroyer 752 slid down the ways at Sta- ten Island, New York after being christened by Mrs. Alfred A. Cunningham, not one of the 2,500 assem- bled to watch the ceremony would know that the same destroyer would still be going strong today. For that day long ago was August 3, 1944. The Uni- ted States was engaged in a struggle against the Axis forces, fighting the NWar to End All Warsf' CUNNINGHAM was to survive that war, serving il- lustriously in the island-hopping campaign from Wake westward through Guam, Ulithi, the Philippine Islands, and Qkinawa. Near the closing of the war the white planes of peace carrying the Japanese emissaries to General Douglas MacArthur were first detected and report- ed by the radar picket ship ALFRED A. CUNNING- HAM. After peace was declared, CUNNINGHAM made numerous trips of peace and good will through the Yellow Sea, aiding in the occupation of China. In 1949, along with a large number of the powerful Pa- cific Fleet, CUNNINGHAM became a part of the new reserve fleet. But in 1950, with the sounds of a new war rising in Korea, she shed her peacetime cocoon and hurriedly was reactivated into her former fight- ing condition. Since then, CUNNINGHAM has seen continuous ac- tion, writing page after page to history in her de- ployments to the Far East. This publication is just another page of history in her illustrious 23-year lifespan. This is the story of CUNNINGHANFS four- teenth Far Eastern deployment ...... ASW Destroyer Operations l - Y . W -K -N ,1 . n:'wT"'-f... :'-'-V N, -. 5:-in-,-. . A , M .-. 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He was born 11 June 1927 in New York City and was raised in Louisville, Ky. where he graduated with a BS degree from the University of Louisville in 1951. During 1945-1947 he was a midshipman in the Navy's wartime V-5 ipilot trainingl program. Following completion of .Officer Candidate School in May, 1953, he reported as CIC officer of the USS BUCK CDD 7613. After filling a number of billets over a three year span, he became the ship's exe- cutive officer, and in January of 1957 left the des- troyer to take command of USS RAIL CMHC 375. He was next ordered in November 1957 as commanding officer, USS NIGHTINGALE CMSC Q05 507. During 1958-60 he was stationed in London, Eng- land as aide and flag lieutenant to Commander, MSTS in the Eastern Atlantic and Mediterranean area. Upon completion of General Line School in Monterey, Calif., he became CIC officer of the USS LOS ANGELES CCA 1355. In April 1963 he was assigned to the staff of Com- mander Training Cornmand, US Pacific Fleetat San Diego as Anti-Air Warfare and Naval Tactical Data System CNTDSJ training officer. CDR MCKAY wears the American Theatre, Victory Medal--CWorld War Ill, China Service Medal fExtendedJ, National Defense Service Medal with Bronze Star, Korean Service Medal, Vietnam Ser- vice Medal with Bronze Star, and United Nations Service Award. "Although I took command relatively late in the deployment, I saw enough to realize you were thor- oughly well grounded in current operations off the coast of North Vietnam. Your shipwide performance in Sea Dragon surveillance and interdiction assign- ments ranked with the best. "At present we may be standing too close to the events taking place to assess them in the light they will be viewed by later generations. A guide to the necessity for .ourfvinvolvement .inwattempting to maintain the freedom of South Vietnam can be gained by remembering the ultimate goal of com- munists--wherever they are--domination of the world, and the subsequent imposition of their ideas and their will on all mankind. "Our nation is steadfast in maintaining its belief in the right of man to cull, to choose, and to resist any and all attempts at establishing an arbitrary impo- sition of will from above without consulting and ob- taining the will of the majority. "In later years, when you are cleaning the attic or storage room and chance upon this remembrance of your deployment to the Western Pacific 1966-67, it is hoped you will find among its pages fond memo- ries, along with those of the hard work you perform- ed under often times very difficult circumstances. "Good luck and best wishes to you all! " CDR JOHN H. MCKAY, USN Commanding Officer ...,. ..,1.,..1.:..-41111213 .- - "Mawr :.LeE"F5::1-Bl:.'?z'iiS 'Burr' 7fJ1i.'Y?E' u" '1'3gQ1wQ.rE35blG:EtlQvgfxSxi?3l2 mn 5 Agfa L t '7'Et'Tfr7fTF'f.'!'7f-14-g""'I1:q,g . Y, Q 1, - , '- ? ? , I 5 .. , I - -- sen .4 i.,-..v.-AVL-rc:-f-rw'-2. - - T ommanding fficer Commander John Thompson WELLS, USN, was re- lieved 29 March 1967 and held command of CUN- NINGHAM from 28 May 1965. Prior to reporting aboard CDR WELLS was executive officer of the USS POINT DEFIANCE QLSD 319. He was born 10 July 1925,in Philadelphia, Penn. and was commissioned 20 February 1946, receiving a BS degree in Electrical Engineering from the Uni- versity of Texas. After earning 'another BS degree, this time in Elec- tronics from the Massachusetts Institute of Tech- nology, CDR WELLS went to the USS SPOKANE QCLAA 1209 as a electronics officer. From 1955 to 1957 he served aboard the USS W. C. LAWE CDD 7635 'as engineer and operations officer. Prior to re- porting to the LAWE, CDR WELLS earned his Mas- ter's Degree in Physics at the US Navy Postgradu- ate school. CDR WELLS also served on the staff of Commander Mine Force Atlantic and at the US Naval Ordnance to POINT DEFIANCE, he earned his Doctorate in Physics at Stanford in 1962. CDR WELLS holds the Victory Medal iWorld War ID, American Theater, Navy Occupation Service Medal with European Clasp, Korean Service Medal, Vietnam Service Medal with Two Bronze Stars, and National Defense Service Medal. "Speaking as an oracle of officialdom, Command- ing Officer of CUNNINGHAM, I declare that the ship and the men the reader sees pictured herein have served gallantly, effectively, and professionally in the van against competent military forces serving governments opposed to freedom of the individual and 'specifically interested in destroying American lives, American property, and the American Dream of international peace and prosperity. They have roamed the Western Pacific with unswerving pur- pose, toughness, and dignity that is typified by the cold grey steel of the ship herself. "As the person inside the oracle, my thoughts often rest on the magnificent ship unity that developed during the cruise. It showed sometimes in trouble and stress, and sometimes in triumph and good cheer, and it was great to be a part of it. "It was a most memorable cruise for me. After leaving in early April, I miss the excitement and challenge of destroyer life and you individual men in CUNNINGHAM'S crew. I know that as you continue t work hard, play hard, and use your time well, it will add to the lore and achievement record of a fine ship. The best of luck and smooth sailing to each of you." CDR JOHN T. WELLS, USN Commanding officer May, 1965-March, 1967 0 f -' 9 L2- V 175-3EN:3i."a m.f77UT,,f,n,'.- I I , Y., - A , - LAW.-.A ..-,-..- .......,,,. , .. .... .,.........,.- . - . , .... , - . ,ff-,,.ff-A.,-.:-- f.f:f,.-,::'f.-,-.: 111. . - ' A A. -.-'--'ff+::f2.S3 f'f:.ff1Pf?:f:,L5-2.2'Taft-1''ff'-f---1'fP" ' -.A....A.....-..-L.P...,-...-..-.- --,I --MH Iv- .--... ..-..-...- v- -M -.,..,, . ,,,.MAY. - Y - ' - N Q H -4 WA WJ, M H I N: uw MM -A --,, V is - ww V l J, VV,V '--.---V--' S I .--A, -- -- I....... .,...,w..,,.....,. .............,.,.m,......W. .... .-...A..,... .,........... .....- ............,.., L... ...... . 1O tiki' 'k fiicers EXECUTIVE OFFICER LCDP. T. B. SUTHERLAND, USN OPERATIONS ' LTP.. R. CAMPBELL, USN LTJG II. P. HAFEP., USNR LTJG S. K. CIBBS, USNR ENS D. N. KISHIYAMA, USNR ENS C.A. PIISKEY, USNP. ENGINEERING LT J. M. MEYERS, USN LTJC J. C. KING, USNP. LTJG W. II. MIXCN, USNR ENS J. E. MAITLAND, USN ENS J. F. CAARDE, USNR WEAPONS LT C. v. MAY, USN LT W. T. BOWMAN, USN ENS W. P. JUNCE, USNP. ENS A. C. AEJE, USN ENS P.. C. GOEDJEN, USN SUPPLY LTJC W. L. SMITH, USNI-I Av f emu 'L-fiI'1J3'!95 TITXYXSF-Xb . S- C- J,-'f,,,.' ii--TW" rc ? . 1 iv 1 E 5 it 0 , ,X Executive fficer Lieutenant Commander Terence B. SUTHERLAND, USN, was born in Grand Junction, Colo., 27 March 1931. In June 1948 he enlisted in the Navy and was admitted to the US Naval Academy on a Fleet Ap- pointment in 1950. He was graduated with the class of 1954 and his subsequent tours included duty in USS COLAHAN 4 DD 6587, USS TWINING CDD 5405, MINRON 11, and USS WILHOITE QDER 3975. Ashore he attended the six-month Mine Warfare Staff Officer's Course, US Naval Post-Graduate school, George Washington University, and the US Naval War College Command and Staff course. At the Naval Academy for two years, he taught tube and transistor electronics, computer logic, motors and generators, and measurement techniques. He holds a BS degree from the Naval Academy, a BS Clilngineering Electronicsb from the Naval Post- graduate school, and an MA CPersonnel Administra- tion? from George Washington University. He is a qualified Mine Countermeasures Officer and is qualified for command of destroyers. - LCDR SUTHERLAND wears the Navy Commenda- tion Medal with Combat UVM, China Service Medal CExtendedl, National Defense Medal with Bronze Star, Vietnam, Service Medal with Bronze Star, and Navy Expert Pistol Medal. He reported aboard CUNNINGHAM in July 1966. "For me this cruise was characterized by a happy phenomenon not often enjoyed by destroyer XO's-- a truly stable crew. Some sailors reported aboard and a few left for other duty stations, but over all everyone had a chance to learn his shipmates' names and to measure their mettle as seamen. "It might even be half-jokingly said that you were all on board long enough for us to straighten out your pay records. Some old timers would say 'That's no joke, son!! But it was a good feeling to see familiar faces daily, people you knew you could trust, who made sacrifices on your behalf, who be- lieved Cas you didb that each had to pull his share of the load to achieve the end result--a fighting ship of the line. Thus it will be with real regret that I see a goodimany of you fade off as the ship enjoys her home port stay. 'One year from now over fifty percent of the crew will be new. Those of you who will be gone will not be forgotten. And those of you who remain will be the nucleus about which CUNNINGHAM'S fighting spirit will be maintained and fanned alive again in another deployment to Asian waters--steel men who sail in steel ships. Good Luck! LCDR T. B. SUTHERLAND, USN, Executive Officer i133 f W ,,,-,,Bd!snw f 1 LT B. R. CAMPBELL LT J. M. MEYERS Operations Officer Engineering Officer fm wk X XXQ S59 KN X 0.5 XM . xr ,N.,5, L L mag-My I sf X sw, QQ XX' K -Sffigifs' we aff" X i -. .SI ff IZ g .2 vlb 5 -1 imc : sly 'I K K x i Fifi- ' 'X -s-"L A X X LT C, v. MAY Weapons Ufficef LTJG w. L. SMITH Supply Officer W fo ,ffv Q, 1-15 4 -., , , . , X 1 if fre:-7. c X if ' . ."", ' ' Z :fi 'fx 'wuz V g g 1 www. 224 Q , wa f af mf f -my 'Www f ,Q ,Q My 19 Av.. - L A. f - ,L .:.,.:- no.-g,-.. '11 va-w4- , , .. ,,,., ALM-, , . , u . 7 - 4? , , 9Z'sLf,,,' ' ff LT W. T. BOWMAN Navigator LT W. H. CURRAN, CHC Division Chaplain in I ' v Q5 3 gre P-T ' 9 ' , 51' ' 'W H J.. Q, 42 , f.-'F vi, 42 . V? .A ag, 72Z,. x ns 'fff,' LT M. P. BARRY, MC Division Docior Assistant Engineer LTJG J. C. KENG 1544132 4lZ'1'4 ,..-,J Q LTJG W. H. MIXON Damage Control Assistant CIC Offlcer ENS W. P. JUNGE Gunnery Assistant , ,. -X-mul - ., .l..,Jn-lf 4h,u5'i3?"" - 1,-1 ' '- -JPL--l:' ENS D. N. KISHIYAMA ENS A. C. ARJE ENS J. E. 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' .f, ' ,, 'Q ' " f"'W"' ' iiifl?':9sQ+5'1k1,1- ABN ' a F, F V . T28-4: x IHA!! Tvaxvt - MEX . fz .sages -Marv: ' -X A va. FL, Es., Front row, left to right, BM1 Morris, SN Sexton, SN Eastburn, SN Berube, ENS Arje, SN Jusino, SN Arroyo. .Second row, BM2 Gough, SN Reese, SN Sacco, SN Caron, SN Pierce, SN Tomlin- son. Third row, BM3 Crawford, SN Kendrick, SN Estro, SN The rate of Boatswain's Mate is an ancient and hon- orable one, deriving from the first ships that ever sailed the seas. Because of his lore of rigging, small boats, ground tackle, canvas work, mar- linspike seamanship, and preservation of materials the Boatswain's Mate is both a technician and an artist. In addition such as mooring, anchoring, towing, replenishing underway, and manning the boat davits and rescu e details, he mans the guns and musters with the landing party. A versatile, hard-working individual he rises e l h ar y, stands long watches exposed to the Mate-of-the-Watch to handling deck seamanship evolutions weather and, as Boatswain's supervises the ship's routine. He is a sailor d , an a Seaman in every sense of the word and his strength is the strength of the ship. 5 QL S Y A p dl 'X wg. A 1 , 2' ' ' Fourth row Reddy, SN Turowsky, SN Groves, SN Copple. I, SN Courtney, SN Smith, SN Pickens, SN J. Hann, SNf1'0mbf?1Q SN L. Hann. Fifth row. SN Gormk, SN Wagner, SN Flsher' Jolley, SN Abney, SN Crockett, SN Farley. 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If" the Gunner's Mates and Fire Control Technicians have done their jobs well, the high explosive projectiles will soon smash into the target, shredding it, throwing it up into' the air, and destroying it. - Such men as these find rare opportunity to see th e results of their daily efforts. Often their work is routine and somewhat dull and involves greas e and hydraulic oiland test equipment. Nevertheless the e d l ' n resu ts are what count and Second Division has proven they know how to get those results. AISO lncluded In the division are a new breed of de str -- ' ' oyermen DASH CDrone Anti-Submarine H 1: e icopterb people who have charge of the flight deck hangar, and drones. They provide the only ASW standoff capability in CUNNINGHAM and provide it well. , Second Division .t ,. ,- .1 -4.-ff f' . I :F X . QiK ffj"?' -if ' J Jas m 9'2QV c" f-L2 Y h t. il'-tg. , ..... ...ar . , ' --X J ' l L ,W -,. C Hia gv'-" T" 1 . W . f f J 1 74 L V c 3 V Q 1 1 u 1 Jw! I-J, 1 0 M lx ia . 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"-111-i11""'-" ""'l' "Q 'U' 'T ' .,.c- - ' A1 U 'M i.,..t ...te .A W- ----Nts "1 N ' .1 -.,1v..,..,.,--vw.-1.A-n--lf' ""' 'TN 'S , azz. --S-'fifq.'.-..1: --ff-1"-ff"-14 rfrf'-T21 ' L' "wi" hun. 'li-ii., STG3 Fos- sroa Be , STGSN Voss, STGSN Dunklebergef, Front row, left to fight, STC Jewell, TM3 Greenhouse' ST SSN i0iv'srGsA Chzrstney STG3 wmzer. Meyer TM3 Mayer, LT Bowman. Second row, STG? Salfgf, e i ' STG3 Slusher, STG3 Armester, STG3 Hanna, SN MCLIH- Third Third Division Since the construction of the first submarine in 1620 submarine warfare and anti-submarine war- fare has become increasingly complex. The ultim- ate weapon in ASW is the hunter-killer destroyer, one which seeks out and destroys submarines. CUNNINGHAM is a hunter-killer, without peer proven time and again in fleet exercises and by her three consecutive ASW "A" awards. Third division makes up CUNNINGHAM'S ASW ' onarmen and Torpedomen. So- fl ,Z team. It consists of S narmen operate shipboard sonar equipment to de- tect the sub and the computing system designed t o 5 . solve the torpedo underwater fire control problem. ' . " Tor d ' pe omen test, repair, and over haulthe delicate anti-submarine torpedoes th ' ' ' , eir tubes, and associ- ated equipment, including those wea pons used by the DASH crew. . , , g V. Y , ,, 4iV.,.'V "" V 1 l gk, g, g ,...! Mg-,M ,V 42 U 1 V 3 wr' Q 1 " ,mv l 4. - 1 -:E-L' YC 1,3 X if M .5313 ,. 1 'fm ' ff? fccif' O it Q K Y vw if so.: e f X A , Q .K A, Y, -f 1' .AJ 154- I my Wy AMW, f ,, f ff! W, ,W f W ' ', ,, 4 WW "WL 'fl W ,if ,Y 31 , " all, f' vw Vw .,f4,1f,,f 3, ay .lg gf: 2 , , I li A x 0 5 W' 'zz . :Pk , 'F' fx! , mi K 5,1 , - -s "fi A 1 E .' XT'-S V ' he .. Q Nj Q. 2 - 'r is, "Zi sl A ,T , 7' f ,,, f f 1 .. . . , , ,K-Q. ,,:Ig-.-,six-l'.1ff".:39TqLI.5t :Fri-X .., ,,,,....---- Front row, left to right, ENS Riskey, RDC Sloan, LTJG Gibbs RDC Nousain, ENS Kishiyama. Second row, ETC HumPi1Tl9S, ET2 -Boxer, ET3 Strong, ET2 Gentile, ET3 McCaw, RD1 Million. Third row, ETSN Gorman, RD2 Johnson, ET3 Rose, RD2 Friz- zel, RD3 Miller, RD3 Martin, Fourth row, RD2 Moreland, RD3 Reindollar, RDSN Graves, RD3 Nell, SN Shields, RD3 Tappan. Fifth row, SN Saunders, ET3 Ross, ET2 Mickelsen, ET2 Pendell. 0 Division O is for Operations. Comprised of Radarmen and Electronics Technicians, O Division operates and maintains the ship's electronic sensors: radar, electronic countermeasures equipment, and com- munications gear. Radarmen in Combat Information Center gather bits of information, display it, evalu- ate it, and disemminate it to those who need to know. Electronics Technicians keep all the sensors and display equipment in peak shape. They make sure radio receivers and transmitters are always ready for communications a few miles away or thousands They are experts at diagnosing trouble in tight situ ations and getting the parts to fix equipment rapidly. O Division helps us navigate through restricted wat- ers, report merchant ships, kill submarines, con duct shore bombardment and intercept hostile air craft. They help the 00D conn the ship in trick f t y as carrier task group maneuvers, recover a downed pilot or man overboard or a piece of important de- bris. They are the eyes of the ship. . i' in J, 5 i G G , if X. 45.4. 1 - 4 ESV? " . Q H -"' v I " -' X W ' ' ' .'-. isis' 5 f '15 ' c 4 ,- 59 , g iii? A 0 J' J 'Q 'C T V W ,gl -rw ,K :gr e h , , 151- " b ' ' 9.1114 5 I X K- -.-.IH . ' . ' jfi5,Q ..-- , S Q ' i .N 5, l . . V ' -,,, , rcmkx ' 66 . . --.-, 1 ,....,....-.-viuznxrll-XBl1lQie1XS.Q..1 hbi' 'L mg..-nnqnnx A 33 if.: ,Li X 4' B s! X. 4 f f .M W, ., Mffff mf , I V , AV. A -v,,1,., iff x I I K I v , 2 X'- QV, X A 4 V, ' Q , W. f'1,.,:-,V,gf. . vm, . M' fzfw -4-f,-glfff ,.SW7.4g-ws,-Q4f,.V. "-, - 1g,,,Vf,,g, W , x ,ff MM ,sw 1 y ff 4 -,4.,,-- WM.-wW,fV..W .- M4 , 032 V- - f 11 .Q f... " Q- ff 1. 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J 'J b1.'Vhco?5571'!.v,,? .. , M" 'f 7,1 ,fWffZZ'f5z'r-1f'2"!i:f - -f4r5.z.?.v 2111 5,-jf X4 V , .1 V gf . of ., 4 1, - A Msg ffwfm V: .V 0 3:1 V. ' V: fV , 1 -1 ,gf 4. 21. MU: e ,jfsfj.,3g. f ,V-wx " . , ,V fa! Vi. fx1,.'f:-'4f..::-,V'VVV:,V1'..1f4z" f 5 if ,V V . P- V- V, M S' ff fff vz. Q.:.w.:. f 11: 9+-lf fu 4 V X U Neff... f wwf ,A yy ,Mp ,. W,-f .- ,- I , 4 A 'WAI fpgw -1 N x 1 , 1 I -f f' . f X -V yf- f,ff:9'n . f aww f 0. . 'r- 1 9 X V' ' V. 'N X- "X ,V,4 V, mf .V VV ffw V- V V- . , - . WV' 2 . V wxvg :ww . .- Z .V . , ,W I ..-Vi-AWM ,,.4,,,.. ., 4 , .V ,, V, .L , .. ., ' , 5 . .f f wwf A-ef'2,wV.fff.ff'Wf dw 4 1 H ' 1-'MV AY 2. f Sw ' . Q A N5 i I ---mu.'xxnSLinNTUS5ux s . i 1 M. . -,.1,N.- gh" . S dn' 1- -Q' N v v, M 1, my ff. 11 KZ'i?:.z1,,7 ' W4 M-wx wa. Wx 1 V40 wi .,w,,...-.....sY,-N.,-fa -.U ..11..,- f .-.leagiere-1-r '11'3'5-3593 f-ir - Hafer Front row, left to right, YNC Boyet, SM2 -101165, .LTJG 1 sM2 Garcia, RMC Swider. SECOND Row, SM3 Marino, RM2 H01- lingshead, RM3 Vaughan, RM3 Smith, YNSN Cronin. Third' row, RM3 Truelson, RM1 Daniels, RM2 Vasiliadis, RM3 Williams, isa-J: ily 2 1 1 , aw ss- 4,1 - 'W' -1' H' V . , YNSN L . Fourth row. RMSN Moser, RM3 Corcoran, SM1 Montgomuecify, RMSN Collins, PN3 Mitchell. Fifth row, SN Strat- ton, SN Grafft, RMSN Burton. "" 'S-' C Division C stands for Communications and C Division has all kinds of communicators: Radiomen, Signalmen, Personnelmen, Yeomen, Postal Clerks, Quar- termasters, and Hospital Corpsmen. If they are not sending out messages, dispatching mail, or logging it in, they are communicating directly with the crew on matters of both business and morale. In the Navy today a ship is known by its communica- tions as well as its observable deeds. Our ship handled thousands of messages and pounds of paper- work, tons of mail and special request chits while the ship was in WESTPAC. And just to be sure that we could keep on communicating, the Quartermas- e and the Corpsmen ters got us from here to ther kept us alive with pills, shots, and lots of sympath y. Someday the ship will run out of paper, and then where will C Division be? Back on the job as usual using old matchbook covers and bread wrappers to communicate. -. V- ? ..-fn--ww..-,,,..,.-...-..v.,.w-,..-,...,,,.,,,,W,N, K . U 'T-h-qi 02, D X gil 1 J' V . M : f "fi I I . f--f ' Y? . x X ti., I S fijffr .Q ' ' t Y N., - 5,-1 - , , 1 . V - . , :,, 1 ,,,:1.,Y: .,.,.,.,..,.,,..,..,., ,., rvv- ,ww , , - W " - ' " - 'V Q, - .V rw zmmmm,-,..,' -1 ., ,lift . vffwy:-L-amz, ,fi-1:11- .M. H - I---my A ,,..w- . ,. .-AV' 1 E 1 1 1 . 1 Q I 1 ' 1 B .1 1 1 5 1 J 4 I X . 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I .1 ,g,M,f Q, ...,. . . , . . i , ,, . ,,-,,,, ".of'Qp ' 44, X . A 'Wffffwa ,gg '4 I if ,, . 6 P Q.,,,QI'. , ... gl Hl ii . M W'll' , SN Cleveland, SN Oat. Fourth row, Front fowf left to right' SH2 Hair, CS1 Bartlett' LTJG South, gg3DP:l?1E,nsr?D1ir0tinfliel3?3v F1yr1r,sH3J0hns0n. SK1 Henderson, SH1 Pearson. Second row, SN Every, SN OSS, ' y SK3 Kuhn, SN Frohnhoefer, CS3 Sheff. Third row, SN Bentley, lg Q 'u 0 0 0 , 7:-.- -Aj: -ggcffit: 3: This 376 foot long by 40 foot beam ship encompas- ses an independent community of almost 300 of- ficers and men, and the division responsible for 5 logistic support for this "city" is Supply Division. l 5 The Storekeepers, Ship's Servicemen, Commissary- F men, Stewards, and Disbursing Clerks arrange for S l X everything from haircuts for the crew to a main 1 shaft bearing for the engineers. L-as T I I F Storekeepers keep track of the 17,000 repair parts oo Q lx ,D QI H X i needed to keep the ship functioning. Ship's Service- 'I Q-'lifsi f f 51,5 j men run the ship's laundry, store, barber shop, and ? f eg i, coke machine. 3 9 H X K Commissarymen have the difficult job of pleasing My 'Z' Q Q 300 men at meals, and at the same time providing -- ' , 2 li the nourishment of something more than salt pork I 5 E and hardtack. Stewards perform a multitude of tasks X I ' in serving the wardroom and officers. ' One of the most important men in the crew's esti- l Q05 3333588 Eiiiienfiilliilli Clif, To prepares the N . lg N ments. Y an computes allot- F-, ng ...G i N i W, M ,W Q , gm! - w V , ,,1-..a-. ,,.g1:g 1 f-L - , -b ,,........,.,i..,...i.....,.., Y - , ,, , Front row, left to right, SN Goodling, SN Tront, FN Machamer. Second row, SN Villa SN Ressler LTJG Smith TM2 Miller FN Moreau. Third row, FN Paine, SN Talley, FN Jennings, FN Renn, SN Crusen, SN Proksa. 7 7 7 7 ,f x . Mf ,f fp ,M 1 , D CW Q mf' ,f , f 5 4, ff . Xlf 'K 1 QA' wav? x H X ,xx A 5. 3 ' rf'-K .N NST: ' ' xi V! z.. A 1-4 ,tfi fi l. Q . S 5 .-r x . lf,--f R ,ai 1 Q ' I A ,fir , if' .06 f' 'i U1 21 f 1 sf 5 .. 'O I x . .sf f' rg . , . 3 Q: lm I S I ? ' J N7 RQ? X X XX, Jmfxyaaf Q l G..,-,Q-w L' ' Lx,-,',., 1 ' -f. ---ff f"',w", nf f,'fg44..U . ' ff! QQWD W 4. .. EH! de BT3 Foley, FA Ribordy, BT2 . - land Camp, FN Shook, BTFN Lun . 1 ft t 1 ht, BTC Mount- BT3 Keagy' ENS Malt ' ' H d , BT1 Gregory, BT3 Edwards. gfnsitljsgerfe Brfcriiviiiiamson, BT1 AUSUH, BT3 Hooks, BT2 Juu1a,BT1 u Son The conversion of chemical energy in black oil to mechanical energy in the twin, high speed propellers which drive the ship at over 30 knots is the Boiler- men's responsibility. To develop the 60,000 shaft horsepower required to drive the "greyhound" at these speeds, four ma- rine boilers are maintained which produce sup- rine boilers are maintained which produce super- heated and saturated steam not only to drive the ship but also to provide heat for water heaters, the laundry, the galley, heat exchangers, and space heaters. All of the ship's considerable electrical power is provided by steam driven generators.'Even the ship's whistle is dependent upon steam. Working often in 130 degree temperature in cramp- ed and dark spaces, boilermen maintain and repair considerable machinery as well as the boilers, of- ten working overtime without complaint. The red Engineering "E" attests to their skill and dedica- tion to a tough profession. B Division QQ? C. ii -5, i' o'e'mi I, 65? 'filer-420 Q3 ' h ad Sal- lll' f 1. 'F ' H if U WN f fiat JX 355 W it Zn- 0 fm X lg 56: ' .. ., ' X59 .Qi s- vr 21 LJ iff X X f , Z! f Z5 X If Z, 2, , if 1- f f ' f ff af , V -Q 1 ff- ' N L' 'X -- -A - J J A I 'f 4 7 J X X L x-x 1 5 Lvf ,, ,ffl 'A 2 P P E E P ? f 2 L I i f L a B' I I f . ?. f F f E 5, Q ,. f.,,,,, '78 Q' 1ffsnJ""-d"" ZX ,,. Q5 .1 ,, f, f Visa Ewmw .v K, 55' ' Q W, 4 f of i '--nfl 'Wa 9x K X1 ' 4 Wm-M W :HEX MXH ww, wg4abl"" ,.-v lf X 31 'Q'Qf 1 W 1 ' ' 43 LJ: lg ..: 1:1-4 ..':, 3 f'li'F1.E:':E:':'1'l 3'-iff? ? sir . - ' MM3 Front row, left to right, MMC Kingsland, MMFN Davis, Gonzales, ENS Maitland, MM2 Getz, MMC Mowell. Second row, MM3 Dekorte, FN Moore, MMFN' Mayer, MM3 Stfaublngefi MM3 Sanderson, FN Stevenson. Third row, FN Oros, FN LOU' With the command "All engines ahead flank, indi- cate revolutions for 25 knots! " the Machinists Mates open the throttles, pouring more power to the tur- bines which drives the shaf ts. Fine adjustments are made as the plant settles down to an efficient energy conversion process, thanks to the professional abilities of M Division. It is the Machinist Mates who maintain the critical r.p.m.'s required to hold the ship close alongside an aircraft carrier or a stores ship while the ship re- ceives fuel or supplies at sea. It is they who operate the evaporators which convert sea water into boiler feed water and fresh water for the laundry, galley, showers, scuttlebutts and scullery--20,000 gallons a day of it. And, who knows? If the ship seems to move f t as homeward bound than headed out, well--the Machiciill ists Mates are an ingenious lot. Just look at the red Engineering "E" on the after Stack, .I r", , to ,, , if dermilk, FN Hodges, FN Pendelton, FN Fontains, MM3 Herr. Fourth row, MM3 Constaer, MM3 Orcutt, MM2 Coleman. Fifth row, FN Czanker, FN DeWolf, MM3 Rodman, MMI Hoof, MM3 Yeske, FN Larson. Division .T 53 4 A ll QQ 2.1 rf? as f1'+'- f gl? Q fx, s N .,,,,,,, ., s Q, W ' Qaggi'-'yi Egfr 'K A F' X-N?'7GQ?3a1 ' r -53 fx? is 1 is w-. , . ,l. ,. I ,- x v :f f 3 VVS' .z1my4zmvM.W.M,f44,,wumLmf 'zymwl .-,A 4, ., , I , -I f I f ..- - 1 ' -- - --g,,,,- ..-Q.,5g.:g:,:,,gL:95iiQh.5.ZgmnmmQ2zywwmw P I , N 49 k, .,...m, 'AA ,. n 9 q - If--M r :fi Q - - J if . f -L .Q 'IN H' X. V , 5' x Jw .X , A ' 'K , V Q ,. , Q- ' 1 , E Qu Vx x Mft-- ' , 1, A I E 1 if 1 E '1 H 1: I 1 1 w 1 1 1 R . H , I, i QI A QI I i x V L I ! 1 IEP. ?f'S.:fil Sifiilififl ,-....1...2':.-+1 ' 2 , Am ...N Q - FN Tirado-Peree. F nt row. left to right, SFC Patterson, .- LEG lVlixon. EM3 Morgan, ENS Gaarde. Second rovii chell. MM2 omega. EN3 Mondy, MM2 POUS1 SF3 3 e ' . h' d , FN Steele. EM3 Ott, EMFN Lansdon, ijhglgggggf IlIrNi3r Mimciiglan. Fourth row. IC3 Leuer, FN Schulil, SFP3 Price. SFP3 Grijalva, MMI Daniels. i R Division R, or Repair Division, maintains a wide range of equipment to keep the ship in fighting condition. It operates, maintains, and repairs electrical equip- ment, auxiliary machinery, damage control equip- ment, and interior communications. Electricians are primarily responsible for the up- keep of electrical motors and generators, lighting, and ship's service power. The "A" gang takes care of the auxiliary equipment, from steam heaters and refrigeration to steering engines and air condition- ers. The shipfitter gang are the "fixem" guys and with wire, screws, and what-have-you they can r ' epair just about anything from stem to stern. They also maintain vital damage control e case of battle or emergency. Interior communicati quipment, used in ons and ship's alarms are also maintain the maintained by IC Electrcians, who gyro compass and remote indicators . an r YL , -:.-1 V -gf' Y, A- V X U A Na: ,F I Q 5 I 50 M ff l r1i if-Wk J M A -K-Eu ' ' -'Q I 'ii 11 Q 'W X' ls 0 fp .VL j . ,W ,.-...,,.,,,,.1- :1-ive: 551'- ,N X T Y , 5: 5 X N NX gf N.. 'ee' 53 L X x 1 I. 7,3f'4 24 1 A A A A A MLS.. ' -"' Wi --- 1 3 w : E , ,I fb N N I' , M , ,5, ,M V , 1 , iw 4. 'N il mm 7 Www . Q - ln: rlbilikg '- -1 . Q! l Si gf I L 3'-.6 -vw.-rv , W-g..Q ,311 I ar:-v-fn-L M r xfmwv .rf-Q: '1'g'F"r Y, rf , 'I svn tfrirx, l w -v--vwgp-any-rg-n. Y-.., ..f..f--r-Y,---f -----,,. ....,e. THE LOG steamed out of Long Beach Ihebfightinf Nlogeirilggi bound for a six .and one-half month dcployraivcglilig A533 Vglgsl ar or on . - J h T, , , - port of U.S Seventh Fleet operations. Capitained by C33 ECQERSOLE CDD 789, USS O.BRiEN Cam., CUNNINGHI?giNg3lEnRe?D1Ilg 22:1 gsoieeilegstb the Hawaiian Islands to participate in the QDD 7251 and USS Y , . E i tion. A"'i'Submm"e warfare Group one Operational iiifadntfif c vis uiiuwriza USN commander Dee Th d'vision of four ships, under the Suifiance 0 HP ' ' ' ' ed- d they' trotyeg Division 232, exercised in Hawaiian waters for three weeks before lp-roiceoringm Swings ' G, L CLARK, USN to Yokosuka Japan, from w. ic p 3vee:ecatii2c?1?ggii,vta:ri,otilsnSeventh Fleet Commanders to accomplish tasks asilgngiirs of the Taiwan One of the CUNNINGHAM'S first jobs was to patrol the shallow, roug w h 1 its i to a Straits off the east coast of Red China. December winds from .the north mixed t e s. ral ln confusion of choppy seas which left little opportunity t0 3CC0mPllSh fffulme outsldfe mamtenance cfn the ship Christmas Day was spent in Keelung, Taiwan, where it rained the entire time the ship ' . Y ' D s ent at sea on patrol. , was mlpogt New CtI?NlfJINaC1lIIvATMSgeparted to Taiwan Straits and proceeded to the Gulf of Tonkin to In ear y anuary i - - ' , provide plane guard and pilot rescue services for USS BENNINGTON t3'VS 20l -aadwlgsagigtmlngss men of aircraft shot down in raids over North ietnam g piijixaielnci Fglghiigdgegrz Operations that CUNNINGHAM'S motor whaleboat rescued a severely injured helicopter pilot at night in heavy seas and strong winds. She assisted in several other rescue efforts and acted as a "Shotgun Rider" for search and rescue units close off the coast of North Vietnam to protect them from enemy PT boats and aircraft: 4 Late in January CUNNINGHAM proceeded to Subic Bay, Philippine Islands, for a brief upkeep per- iod. In the first few days of February the 2200 ton anti-submarine warfare destroyer steamed for the Tonkin Gulf again, this time to bring her six five-inch guns to bear in Operation Sea Dragon. a logistics interdiction effort in the coastal waters of North Vietnam. While. on Operation Sea Dragon, CUNNINGHAM destroyed and damaged large numbers of enemy logistics craft. Although fired upon by enemy shore batteries, she was not hit and, after supressing the batteries with gun- fire and called-in air strikes, she continued her mission of cutting off the flow of supplies being carried from North to South Vietnam for use by the Vietcong. Primary targets were water- borne logistics craft which use inshore waters to bring supplies southward. During these arduous weeks of combat operations, ship's personnel were called upon to perform at their utmost effici- ency at all hours. ' In early March the variable depth sonar equipped ship arrived in Sasebo, Japan for a period of up- keep, rest and recreation. Side trips were made to Nagasaki and the surrounding countryside. The middle of March saw CUNNINGHAM underway for Yankee Team and more duty as plane guard, this time for the Bon I-Iomme Richard. Shortly thereafter Sea Dragon was again the daily routine and CUNNINGHAM and others assisted USS CANBERRA tCAG-27 in pounding North Viet- namese supply lines, highway choke points, ferry crossings, shore batteries and radar sites. I-Ier job as "Shotgun" for CANBERRA was to shoot up enemy shore batteries which attempted to in- terfere with the cruiser's heavy guns. Once again morale was high and the ship proved herself to be at combat ready unit. During this period CDR WELLS was relieved as Commanding Officer by CDR John H. McKAY, USN of Louisville. CDR WELLS reported to Commanding Officer Lawrence Radiation Laboratory, Livermore, Calif. A welcome trip to Hong Kong. was enjoyed by all hands in early April and was followed by another Taiwan. Straits Patrol, the ship working out of Kaohsiung, Taiwan. In late April the ship rode the Kuroshio, or Black Current, to Yokosuka, Japan, where preparations were made to sail on 28 Ap ril for home with the rest of the division. The four ships took the Midway-Pearl Harbor route. iazpganigsbgeaiyqgs each por? agar fusl. Maiy 12th, iihe long awaited day of homecoming arrived and o piers u 0 e en ents an friend wh ' ' - comiplishments in the Seventh Fleet. P S 0 were proud of their many fine ac During the- 40,000 mile cruise CUNNINGHAM, a warship as long as a football field tincluding the end zonesl, consumed an impressive amount of fuel, food and supplies For instance CUNNING- HAM sailors ate 20,000 lbs. of beef, 5,000 lbs. of chicken 40000 lbslof otatoes 5500 d eggs, 5,500 loaves of bread, and drank 35,000 cups of coffee The coke' maghine sold foo 2000553 drinks and 13,Q00,000 cigarettes went up in smoke. The officers and crew were 'd ' d 7,500 - - . ,, . Pa' 5400-000-00 :Elven trcipair parts were used to keep the ship fighting. The Tin Can" spent an average of ou o ten days underway. Most of the consum bl d ionsumed 12,761,173 gailonsi were received from underwafielpisnishbriizsitaslhtipzslmost an of the fuel n iddfuon uf C0PSUmm8'f00d and fuel, the ship fired plenty of ammo-31 tons of it mostly high 312112 giiiiflygi wing the Sevjnth Fleet CUNNINGHAM was commended by - 96 , omman er Cruiser Destro e G C d S , I y r roup, Seventh Fleet and Q32115:nb?rcoggggdiftgi?fE5g11:gtl:Jf:lrgirVietnlalm for her highly successful intelligence collection nications reliability: by Commander C 'oupv orth Vletnam for noteworthy Operational Commu' troyer Division i92, and Commander Dg2iSer'DeSifQYf?F Group, Seventh Fleet, Commander Des- during gunfire suPPort Operations on Sea gJgg01r?lVF?1?n 132 forisuperb professional performance eleven months of the readiness evaluation 'od 1 Ou Standing performance during the first . ,, . M ,, , pen CUNNINGHAM d d CE andthe white Asw A tthird awardibycoMcRUnEsPAc. wasawar e thered Engmeermg . 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