HEY eall it the Amphibious Navy . . . and the way they say it. you'd think
that it was apart from the rest of the Fleet. Admittedly. we laek a lot in the
way of glamour . . . no wood deeks or faney gun mounts. but d0n't ever let
'em sell the Gators short. Why just ask any salt who's got the right word and
he'll tell you who puts the men and equipment ashore when there's a beach
to be taken and a war to be won. Yep, when things get the hottest you ean
bet right down to the bottom of your sea bag that the ole amphibs will he
there doin' a job any sailor worth his hash marks ean be proud of.
This is no flag wavin' speeeh about the amphibs. but just a word about
one of its ships . . . the USS. Alshain QAKA-551. The Al has seen her share
of the hot stuff. even caught one of those suicide planes baek by number
four hateh when she was out in the Paeifie last war . . . but all that's been
painted over a hundred times by now and I doubt if her ole hull even re-
members when it happened. Sinee the war she's been doin' the job of
keeping men trained to do the job she did durin' the war. Kinda sounds
peeuliar, but that is just the way it is. llaek in january of '55. the .-Xl got
orders to join the Sixth lfleet in the Nlediterratnean. Yvell she did. and this
book is sorta a remembrnnee of the ole "SS" and the plaees she took us.
The Xl got another set ol' orders while she was doin' her job in the Nled. and
it looks like they are goin' to retire the ole gal alter eleven years of fllllllflll
set-wire. Sim-e this is her last eruise. its only right that the following pages
lu- tl'-'limit-tl to the l 5.5. Xl,5ll HN and the IWSS Wletl eruise.
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Lynch. FOURTH IKOW: R. W. Mvlluin. I". Mikuvil:-. N. l,. Hill:-r. 11. l'. Nillrx. H. I". l'nluvrN-kl- J-,lf
trosky, C. C. Pinlo. l"IF'I'lI ROXV: M. A. I,l1lllll'l'.1L. lf. l'orlc'r, N .ILRLIQIQ-l,1i. N , Vringlr. H. W . N1'i'f': W ' N'
Ringland, S. Il. Sham-I. SIXTH ROW: W. ll. SIIUPIILIII, W, ll. Snialvr. R. if. Tlmmp-fm. Jr.. W. I.. lnrnrr.
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LTJC C. R. Pi-:nnv
IST LT J. E. TALLON
CHBOSN J. E. Bnowx
"UnHagging devotion to duty . . ." said the Admiral: "Unswerving deter-
mination . . ." said the Commodore. which means, "Sorry about that One-
Ahle holiday routine, fellows."
FIRST ROW: Baugh, B. R., SA, Borsnvugo. J, j., SNQ Bm-worth, R. S., SN, Buda, F. F., SN: Collins, F.,
BM2g DiMarin, L., SN: Duckctt, R. WI, SA: SECUND ROW: Dunlu-rly. R. E., BM2: Grzeslsiewicz, W.,
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BM2g Croc-nowald, F. H., SA, llunsla-y, J., llNl2. lu-rum. ll. Nl.. SN, javull, E. E., BN. ltr, , A .
THIRD ROW: Marshallirlc, ll., llM2g Me-ndiuln, li. C., IDI3: Pun. R., SA: Parsons, 1. ll., BM2: Piuileo,
J. A., SN, Reid, R. L., RM3g Rufus, J. A., SA. l-'0l'RTll ROW: Slullz, ll. G., BMI: Surrall, C. P., SN,
Tommer, A., SA: Urbanski, R. B., BMI: Wcssclsclunidt, E. ll., SA: Witlenauer, E. R., SA, Young, A. H.,
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LTJG J. I.. Pmpsrfm
A. VIITT. HMC
Spent nlost of time playing fly Yo Yo with nhip'n vc'llivlc's in porl. 12,
Havoc with ship's boats at one-uhlv. and thc' ra-st of the- lime' rc--slowing wirvs
and lines used at Naples to Mod Moor.
FIRST ROW: Aposlolis, D., SAQ Aslwrry, lf. l.., SNL llxnn-r, I... Sig llrnun, li. ll., HWIZQ Hu'-llorn,1.. l'
SN- Charland T. SN. SECOND ROW: Cusick. P. J., lliilg llusnll. I". W., H3133 Fannin. T, ll., SN
Holvze M. E.' SN- fohmon. F. ls.. um. M.-uma:-, J. F.. mn. 'mum mm. snuff. I-2. W.. M1 Milrhg-
E C hM2- 6,D0:'ln0ll, C. L., SN: l'ickvl'ull. H.. SA: Vlulko, lf.. SK: l!it'llUl'C"40ll, U. Nl., FN. l"Ul ll lvll
Rbif: Ritcixic, D. C., BM3q Shannon. R. li., SN: Smith, W., UM2: Smyrzyn-Li, l.. N., SN: Sumlcrlun
J. l... SAQ 'l'ullunl, I". IJ., SA: W'ixum, lf. ll., SA.
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LTJG E. ENGLAND
CHATELAIN, C. H., BMC
In eight landings they ferried 127 tons of "C" rations, many drums of oil,
3934 hoatloads of air, and a few trucks . . . in addition to traveling 2043
miles in a tight circle.
FIRST ROW: Barber, V. C., BMSN, Beaudin, F. J., BMSN, Besancenez, R., SA, Bess, B. A., SA, Cousins,
H. J., SN, Crosswhite, B. D., BMSN, English, R. J., SN. SECOND ROW: Fenlress, C., BMSN, Fincher, J. A.,
SN, Crlly, J- H., BM3, Hansley, H., SA, Harvey, W., SN, Lowery, J. R., SN, Mccurdy, R. J., BM3,, THIRD
ROW: McMullen, J. E., SN, Murphy, D. J., BM2, Orzichowski, A. G., SA, Pancerella, N. M., SA, Price, J.
G., SA, Richardson, J. C., BMI, Riter, L. L., SA. FOURTH ROW: Snow, W. D., BM3, Sotherden, R. C., SA,
Suggs, H., SA, Williams, H. J., SA, Wright, L. M., SA, Zimmerman, H. E., BM3.
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vloac lo the plane.
FIRST ROW: Bnrraco, S., SNg Bart, J. D., FT3g Butler, WI 0.. CH2: Conti. F. j., UNH: Url.:-uric. F f
FT2g Derway, C. A., CM3. SECOND ROW: johnson, D.. C5133 Snmue-I-, J., C3133 Snmnn-rsillr, T 'PN
Surbcr, R. II., CMSN3 Taylor., K. WI, UNISNQ W'illinln-4, V1 I-I.. Gill.
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Nurse maids to sick engines . . . delicate operations with a big wrench . . .
ramp belts at Mers-ihle-Kabir.
FIRST ROW: C. W. Linker, ENC, P. C. Sherwood, ENC: Anderson, 1. L., ENFN: Arndt, G. A., FA: Baker,
C. E., ENlg Burke, S. E., FA. SECOND ROW: Cox, D. G., l-'Ag Davis, B. A., FA: D, A. Silva, M., MM3g
Folva R. E. ENIQ Fry, C. R., FN, Gauthier, C. E., FA. THIRD ROW: Giamario, C. J., ENFNg Kunst, R.
E. FAg Langille, J. A., jr., EN2g Messmcr, G. J., FAg Moss, B. J., EN3E Qs-n, R. E., ENlfN. FODRTH ROW
Pcitter, J. E., ENlg Rosencranz, R. E., EN2g Rudigemr, P. C., E
Smith, I. A., ENFA.
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Blew lulrcs, pumped lrilgvs. kept u cool huml on hu! ln-arings, pumped
llilges, answered all be-lla and pumped lrilgvn , . . all ovvr the- place.
FIRST ROW: Ivory, W. R., MMCQ Bake-r, A. F., H5123 llw-hh-Il, J., FNQ llrm-L, J. ll.. Ylllflg Ifunnur-1, WA. 11
FN- Fleming, C. T., BTIQ Gooch, R. A., BTI. SIECUNII RUVA: limnlmun, VJ. ll., IVA: hrs-rn, YQ C., BT3
acvs, L., FA, Holfnlun, D. E., MMFAQ Daley.. l... Nlylfl: Nlnrusku, N. l'1..li'l'3g Fifllllliill, K., FL 'fll
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CHELEC T. A. PARHAM, USN
EMC .I. H. ROSE
The movie division C'Lone Gun"J . . . testing the PA system . . . eonsoling
O0D'S when the gyro buzzers buzz.
FIRST ROW: R. E. Bennett, EMFNg L. C. Bethge, EM2: R. F. Bernard, ICS: J. M. Byrd,
EMI, A. W. Draguni, ICFN. SECOND ROW: R. W. Eldridge, EMFN: E. J. Fields, EM3,
J. M. Gillespie.-9 T. F. Quelhorst, lC2g E. WI Skaggs, EM3.
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R. N. Lewis. FPC
Patched boats in 439 places . . . sheet I4-ml and plywood . . . rv-made 'Milli
gangways 14 times.
FIRST ROW: Blais, P. A., DC3g Brozio, J. E.. MFFN: l.uIlnrrv. li. K., lytii-SQ 0'lIunnrr,
J. A., FP, Price, L., DCI. SECOND ROYY: Slum-nun, W. L., D133 Turin-Ilu. ll. N., FP3:
Vecellio, F. J., MEFN: Zeikowilz. l.. NI.. l"l'l"'N.
LTJG A. E. Woonurr
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J. J. Pm-:vos'r, SKC
C. J. Caoss, CSC
Baked the bread, lrumed the heans . . . issued stores, inventoried parts
. . . cut hair, laundered dungarees . . . 400 day clocks, gedunk . . . and payday
twice a month.
FIRST ROW: L. A. Cameron, N. F. Snyder, ,I. Stahl, J. F. Fadden, C. F. Bennett, M. Goldstein. SECOND
ROW: W. F. Hughes, D. A. Penta, C. R. Verburg, M. C. Cuccia, R. E. Ogurcak, H. Trout. THIRD ROW:
J. H. Sheppard, A. F. Sartirnnn, ll. l". Clarke, C. E. Coin, I". R. Miller, D. W. Hausell. FOURTH ROW:
W. Thomas, R. Capsalors, C. Babb, D. Pinkerton.
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. HE old adage that a sailor sees the world through a porthole certainly
did not hold true for the five months the Alshain spent in the Mediterranean.
Life with the Sixth Fleet may have been regulation but the liberty was far
M Whatever a man's choice in pitching abliberty,-he could find it in the
Med. The fun began in Oran, Algeria with a visit to the French Foreign
keglon at Sidi-Bel-Abbes and nightly sojourns to the ever present American
Then on to Genoa and Northern Italy. For the first time. a "Med Moor"
and pasta at meal time. Side trips to the ltalian Riviera . . . Porto Fino . . .
Rapallo, and picture taking at the birthplace of Columbus.
Then to Napoli and liberty in the shadow of Nlt. Yesuvio. Three day tours
to Rome and an afternoon at the cameo factory. Evenings at the Snake Pit
and the Red Lantern and then back aboard for the long haul to lstanbul and
anchorage in six knot current of the llosporous . . . Europe on the port and
Asia on the starboard. The Blue Mosque and the Bazaar in a blizzard were
Back through the Dardenelles and to Athens . . . the country with more
ancient history per statue than any other. The ancient majesty of the Parthe-
non on the Acropolis where you could look down upon the Bay of Salamis
. . . site of history's first naval battle.
A quick change from the ancient to the modern and Cannes, France.
llikini's along the beach at Rue de flroixette. This time a trip along the French
Riviera, floor shows at the Three llells. and sad realization that we were a
month too early for the lnternational Film Festival aml Marilyn Monroe.
Marseilles was next and at last a pier. Softball and soccer right along side
and soft light and sweet music at the Paradou soothed the Alshain athletes
Somewhere the signals got crossed and the trip to Taranto. llaly was
changed to Naples. Old friends and old places and a chance to buy back your
watch from a street iendor. K few chose llle busman's holiday on llte
steamer to ffapri.
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senorilas . . . and a filling climax lo lin- Illll-0l'Q.1l'llillDll'llltllllllilll Nler Nledi-
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Above . . . A highlight of our stop at Oran, Algeria, was a trip to the head-
quarters of the French Foreign Legion at Sidi-Bel-Abhes. The jaunt clarified
many misconceptions about the world's most legendary military organization.
Below . . . Naples at night. A city surrounded by mountains, facing a sweeping
hay and guarded by the Isle of Capri was our port for two visits.
The two men, and others like them, were noticed immedi-
ately on going ashore in Genoa, Italy. Members of the Cara-
binieri, they are outfitted very colorfully and act as guards
at public buildings, among other functions. Below . . . A soft-
ball field adjacent to the ship at Marseilles, France provided
the spark for extensive softball operations, including an intra-
Cannes, France on the Riviera was a
perfect backdrop for the fashion show
held abroad the Alshain.
Rapallo, in the heart of the Italian
Riviera was the destination of a tour
from Genoa. Its beautiful waterfront,
old buildings and indescribable, care-
free atmosphere were very relaxing.
Above . . . Istanbul, Turkey and the USO. Many found the USO superior to
the local clubs. Notice the good attendance here. Below . . . St. Pete-r's in the
Vatican, at Rome. Many took the tours to Rome from Naples and discovered
the wealth of historical value that Rome represents. Also. they marveled at
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truly a must for a trip to Barcelona. Below . . . the Par-
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in the world, in addition to being one of the most archi-
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seem to have noticed. Below . . . the waterfront at Barcelona
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Stateside or with the Sixth Fleet, the working day's endless variety is the
same. Paint Mike boat 24 today . . . scrape it tomorrow . . . battle stations at
0300 . . . tow plane at 1030 . . . One Able . . . and long hours of waiting jAll
of this is but a part of the ship's working day, and in addition to all of the
jobs that make a ship and independent community.
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Shipping over . . .
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American jazz and baseball scores too a compass and the course
. . . clean whites and spit shines
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