Altair (AKS 32) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1955

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Her keel was she was launched 30 Durlng World War star at the assault and She cont1nued 1n mer of 1948, when s serve Fleet In mid-1951 ompan re on 31 USS AIR Force, U and served inthe olk, untml the fall ,X I s fwifym gl, 5, wwf fi! ffs f ,N f in eff -'3at.'!.1,'H- mmm 5 5 ei 9,5 1' ccwsnxnru e -"""' 'Lis ALTAIR PLAIN ummm fshe cruised with the SIXTH Fleet in the ilvlediterranean, earning the Navy Occupa- ition Medal in Europe. f In late 1953, the ALTAIR again visited he Maryland Drydock Company, and was reconverted to carry general stores for is- sue. She was recommissioned on 15 Dec- ember 1953, designated AKS-32. Assigned to Commander Service Force, U. S. Atlantic Fleet, ALTAIR was deployed to the Mediterranean Sea as a unit of the Underway Replenishment Group of the SIXTH Fleet. In May of 1955, her home port was changed to Barcelona, Spain. She is now on permanent duty with the SIXTH Fleet. Since assuming her present identity, the ALTAIR has achieved a truly remarkable re- putation for immediate response to ever changing demand. She can always be relied uponfor ajobwelldone. Itis tothe ALTAIR, to her officers and men, that this cruise book 1s respectfully dedicated ob 'Q 05 swim Q63 999 LP-Si 0 'away ' 'Hr 4L N, ' '54 Q75 667: is , "' 0388 '?'Qs40'?8""'fz I' 7.413 2 2 1 L., . SP 6 1 -Q 1, V048 008746012119 ,wap 5 2 M17 67 NC Q95 lr W 00 OMG 410 I Pl X1 S Jr Qiqq, 74 'QL 110 4400 me -21 . f'-lr ' Hon, '0a,,, 4 6 In CD I-Zfnl . I ,K '07 7,0 ,V Q X ' ' xxx l X1 .-X. A 'xxx I D "x ' 1- sig, N --X 1 g b X X 1? X xx H xx xx 1' , V X. X .hx I y xx B ,X-XX. XX XX 5 XXYKK Xxx X Q Xxx X !. xxx X 'rx FXR, Xi"s, . xxx N x xg V xx x- N ,N R. ., 4 h U 221215 0' p I K r I Y F 1 1 4 1 1 i wx 4 i I 1 I NI Q 4 X 5 V . I 4. J 4 1 .4 I I' 5. gi F w :E 71 51 .Y , N5 P .iw gg. r -E re. :if ig fl ,Q xv., Acropolis , W wx f f X ws Wk X, mr X S svn... S :NX XN 'ff ff .!.,,1,.,,.k.-.w.ua+-- Y iikei x N3 i.i,NR':- +.mSst Iml-lwm -+- lLS.S , AL TAIR I Caro of Fl Airs 3 ' eef P New Y osf Odfcil orlg New York In F890 my 1,, 5 '4-lYS32:DGF:cc ' 24 February l958 F From: Commanding Officer To: All 121138 The tour. of the ALYAU? with the SDITH Fleet for the past two years is ok which .911 of Us can recall with great satisfaction. The unique pleasure of being hvmeported overseas has f,'IVSn each of US 6 P661 I adventure in developing lasting QC-'qmintaflces among 0111- S?Q'7iSh f'f'fe'U-9 and the pr-Onotion of international goodlvill- Dqrjng our tour international tensions were high enough to cause E disruption to our normal operating schedule and to cause Us to be away from Barcelona for extended periods. However I an confident that the role of the ALTAlR contributed materially to the strength of the Fleet and the lessening of' tension in the Middle East. In the coming months many of us will leave our ship, whether for other duty or to return to civilian life. Regardless of where we go or what we do in the future, all of Us can look back with pride' to our service aboard the 44I,TAlR, Gfli in Pal-ticular to oln- contribution to the maintenance of peace in a most critical per-i0d. , . s. PQVFLL, Ji- . 1 i i R- Commanding Officer Edgar S.PoWell, Jr. CAPTAIN, USN A graduate of the Naval Academy, Class of 1934, Captain POWELL has en- joyed a varied and distinguished naval career. Prior to World War II Capt. POWELL served aboard the USS MARY- LAND and the USS AUGUSTA, the latter on tour on the China Station for two and one half years. At the outset of WWII he was aboard the destroyer USS HUGHES. The HUGHES participated in the North Atlantic patrol before sailing to join the battle in the Pacific. Later he took command of the USS BALDWIN QDD 6241 which operated in the Atlantic and took part in the invasion of Normandy. ' In the fall of 1949 Capt. POWELL attended the Armed Forces Staff Colle ge, ln June of 1951 he received a Masters degree in public administration from Ohio State University. Returning to sea duty he assumed command of Destroyer Division 162. The next tour found Capt. POWELL in the Bureau of Naval Person- nel as head of the Enlisted Distribution Branch. It was under his guidance that the SEAVEY-SHORVEY system was de - veloped. Capt. POWELL holds the SilverStar Medal and French Croix de Guere with silver star for combat action during the Normandy Invasion. He also holds nu- merous other campaign ribbons withi en- gagement stars for service throughout World War II. Captain POWELL as sumed command of the USS ALTAIR QAKS 321 on 6 July 1957. 1 Cdr, Benjamin F.Bailey, USN Capt W C Hughes COMMANDING OFFICER COMMANDING OFFICER March 1955 - July 1956 July 1956 June 1957 E'xecut1ve Offlcer Stoddard Page Hancock COMMANDER, USNR Commander Hancock, a native of Brooklyn, New k raduated from the University of North Caro- Yor , g lina QAB in Journalism, in 1938. After stints with h N W York Worlds Fair and as a junior engineer t e e in Pittsburgh, he enlisted in the Navy V-5 program in July 1941. After a short period of elimination ' ' th V-7 OCS flight training, he was transferred to e and was recalled to active duty 1n January 1942. Commissioned an Ensign in May 1942, Comman- l8 months as boat captain of PT 74 operating in the Aleutian chain. He then took command of the LCI KX, 787, a light freight carrier for 18 months in the Pacific. He also saw duty as Staff operations officer and first Lieutenant of the DD788 for a brief period before being released to de r Hancock served inactive duty in December 1946. In October 1950, Commander Hancock was re- called to active duty and assigned to Operations De- partment in the Office of Chief of Naval Operations. From there he went as assistant Plans and Opera- tions Officer at CSCNfCHSA Know Naval Activities Naples, Italy, for two years, after which he was assigned to ALTAIR. Commander Hancock holds the American Defense Medal, American and Pacific Theater Medals, Phil- lippine Occupation Medal, WWII Medal, Naval Re- Serve Medal Q10 Years, and the National Defense Medal. Lt. L, Sggggins ADMINISTR Richard W, Leighton COMMANDER QSC, USN 1 A SUPPLY OFFICER I Lt Ma.ur1ceS Young ATIVE ASST ' Lt. J h B - o n aranski Lt. JG Herbert T. Smith ENGINEERING OFFICER OPERATIONS OFFICER DECK and GUN NERY OFFICER .,.' 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Frank Tinuzzo Robert Platt YN1 YN3 Joseph Pierro YN3 Carlos Chavez Robert Deptula Warren Maurice PN SN SN SN Brooke Rohrbaugh Harry Hull Edward Rande ll QMC ' QMZ QM3 SM3 Paul Collins SN Harvard Winters Richard Kernen James Deck SN SN Richard Yurchis SN Not Pictured Guyan Barry RD3 Thomas Mislan YNC Edward Wilbur QM3 James Freiburger SA Ernest Smith SN i , 1 - MAIN, ,,,, ,,,, , ,A ,, IRM-K VW ,Q I y" 'vo 9 S ef , 4, , , Z 19: 'V James Rigsby Leon Dean Joseph Kozak RDC RD2 RD2 fre l ,fy f '-rdf. ,-9 5, VN -, ,RW 7 , L, , M 4 I H , f"i'iQx:.Q,,A T f ff Y Pfrogner ET2 X, ,3- Be rt Astleford James Bus cher George Spaits RD2 SN SN ti' J 'Y' 1. James Hollimon David Fyfe Don Smith SN SN SN le .zi Q ff ' W Af.1'! "?72"V"'1-1-W , I , " " ' ' ' " M I 1-v ' ' y,,,A,-.W A W. i 5 , W , J U , fygxum ix ,M W , fw x . S 7 ,gy .g, v M11 4 X. tx , we mug I ,S ' Q' .xx rw f 1 I Q 4 NX X ATHE Palace 'QI 1, 1, -- Guards o Athena E K 5 E Patron Saint Patras, Greece I ,Mums-5-.,,,,i -"we W '- H ' Temple of Jupiter, Athens View of Athens Athens, The Caryatides The Town Council, Patras "The Glory of Greece" T 3 1 -nv-4.-.J 'LL lv li-ff-ij'i"'1f 1 1 4 . f 1 4 f T 17, The Parthe non , Athe ns W W X N E 4 E. X ENGINEERS S X X I f X52 t Ri'-" TAX V r 1 E E E 5 r 1 ,1. in fx ----v, E r rank Nelson Paul D. Welker Ronald R Y I er Mlchael Gnsham -Jerrl' Clemarls Lyle Sharpe James Lucas Andrew Jones EM3 EM3 IC3 FN FN FN V Y 'WDLIQJ LI'ILT3'."XL.L '?f3 1Tfqf,,- i , Edward Traasdahl David Poland Richard Stader MMC MM,1 MMZ Clifton Hoke Ophless Whitehead Robert Heidt MMZ MM3 MM3 William Wheeler Dana Dunnick Kenneth VanLoo MM3 MM3 MM3 Edward Naclerio , Lee Bradley MMFN MMFN :Y X l , Q ,ff w K 4 ,,., mg, , I ,- -' ' , V ., , , ,. ., .,.., 1 Z Charles Becker James Anderson James Shimp William Horodeski MMFN 1-'N FN FN James Turney Gerald Normand Wellington Holmes Frederick Cook Dcl MEI ME3 DC3 LeRoy Fry Elwood Hauke Paul Wheeler FN FN FN James McGarrity Edward Schultz w FN FN David Woodall r FN ya! 'Q is V- Q' .,, 1.. .,,l , r. as Y ss I W 7 5 3 , 5 William Carnahan Virgil Little David Leopard Clifton Lee BTC BT2. BTZ BT3 Jack Schofer Lionel LaCasse Robert McDonald BT3 BT3 FN - Dorvis Richburg Stanley Waggone FN FN Robert Has lip FN 47-f" J Z 2 i fi Q l Richard Conrad Frank Lepis o ona , ,f Eff' k R 1d Gadberry Jerry Smith Gene Lockwood FN FN FN EN3 EN3 Lloyd Moore Danny Rozzelle Joseph Gordin FN FN FA 15 is ? 1 I . il .1 J 9 r N I V L I i 1 s L I ii J 1 "-'is'--f--5 -- '7i1f4i1.1P'f1i1r:v-n-if:.i,,zmm,in,U WMV W Not Pictured William Adams EM1 Richard M. Barbour BT3 William R. Barlow, Jr. BTl R. B. Bilbrey MM3 JCTTY L. Carlson FN David L, Hahn FN James A. Harkcom MM3 Morris R. Keiser EN1 ' W. J. Volz FN William B , Knowles MM1 Leonard F. Logan BT3 Vaughn A. McBride YN3 George T. Mileslci EMFN Harold D. Pierce FN Paul B, Robbins MM3 Marvin Roberson BTFN Je rome B. Th0mP5On EM3 John B. Wood ICFN Clarence R. Woodall FPFN Elf if fb ! V If if 6 4 r s r' I. ,, K. 9 R fn .3 Z-. --er-:-:1-fi,.--:,:::-:.nwfannax:.ssn-3544-rx , ' ' 'cyan ' , ' 4 ,. . ,aeunn1zgc:mmr.ua1a:r:1.xL-sv:f.f.wQ:.'.'.!c4 can .-mn..-, --A f 'ff su- nz- 14 . :--' ' V 1 -- 4 .- ' - ui L RA Y W ? .As , 2 ...Amway ,A QS Nmrxix iezwam 'E l SUPPLY 'P A A I A 'if A B A A A A MSW 5" A A A 1' b 6 I A ff A A V X 1 ' . . . ff , ......., A N A ' A AAAA V 4 , do ' AAAA f " A f V- ""' """' ' . N. d A - ., ,. W -' tx- ,f W f 1 I, Al - f A A V ' "gf xy Richard W. Leighton VCIDOTI D- TIIOYTIRSOU A . A A A CDR qscp UsN LT qscp USN V4 -.4'ML...M1. .Jil ll I 1.i1H.2lLF Those ak! ? !"' "Brown Baggers"! LTJG QSC, USNR LTJG qscp USNR V1ctor Colvard Raymond E Glatz CHSUPCLK USN CHSUPCLK USN 0 V 'f' 'l,Q4lL QL . ,.,.. "7'v,' Ai,x:rrnAmvA4.' 4 - ,:,,,,, Donald G. Farra Jaques L. Wiener. JT Manuel Troia Robert Cupples eorge u g SKC SK1 SKI SK3 SK3 SH3 Richard Oleksa W1111am Moore aurence Wrxght II Roland Ford CIBTCIICC Rhodes SK3 SK3 DK3 SKSN DKSN Donald Waugaman SKI Benjamin Courtney SK3 ' e,,,f' "" M i V ,- ALXN .-f'-'s 'T 1 1 : i I i i 5 I 2 1 1 I J N w W l . I x f W Y 1 'l fl H F5 V 1 l u J' P ' Joseph Baldrica Leode ri D1 C F Alosnlig Cox DonaldSlxI1gDonough El-'gegillmhoff amgiqzerrm SK2 gaslgz e a ruz M.. Don Foppe Frank McCrysta1 SK3 SK3 , George Thomas Frank Kuchek SK3 SK3 Walter Beierle Francis Zielinski SK3 SK3 Billy Jordan Charles Reed Derl Maurer Jose Chaco 5K3 SK3 SK3 SK3 Juan Cruz Henry McNair SDC SD1 Freddie Pasag Zosirno Javier Isidro Acenas Bobby Fife SD3 SD3 SD3 SN N..f-"""' Eddy Shears Tunstall McCrory X SH3 SN 2 , -V .. I., W ,, f ,mwl fi N if L X ,LZ ,gg 3 :Z . Q I f , , ff 1,7 Q ,, e-1-gf, , A z e: 'f M ff f ,Wf -we - ,L -t. e ,fi 4 W f W-A H S ,G ,gg 5' , e Tv -' N Q 'if ' y ii f V i ' 'zz 'NW ,S .... 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