Arcadia (AD 23) - Naval Cruise Book

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m uiTzeRLflno r- noRocco nusGniq Tunisifl r MEMORIES ARE THE TREASURED HERITAGE OF THE PAST. TRAGIC BUT TRUE IT IS THAT THE HUMAN MIND IS A POOR STOREHOUSE FOR PRECIOUS MEMORIES WHICH FADE AND PERISH WITH THE PASSING OF THE YEARS. OUR GOOD SHIP, THE U.S.S. ARCADIA (aD23). GAVE US THE MEMORIES WE WISH NOT TO LOSE, MEMORIES OF A MEDITERRANEAN CRUISE IN NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FIFTY- FIVE. THESE TREASURES ARE STORED AND AVAILABLE FOREVER WITHIN THE PAGES OF THIS VOLUME. OPEN AND READ ABOUT OUR SHIP. OUR CRUISE, OUR SHIPMATES AND ALL THE WONDROUS MEMORIES OF OUR MEDI- TERRANEAN PORTS OF CALL. m- ss! 9sSs M ii f REMEMBER THE DAY WE LEFT NEWPORT. RHODE ISLAND? IT WAS THE NINTH DAY OF JUNE, NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FIFTY-FIVE, SIXTEEN THIRTY, TO BE EXACT. THE SKY WAS OVERCAST. IT HAD BEEN RAINING SOFTLY ALL MORNING. THE MEN WERE STRANGELY YET UNDERSTANDABLY SILENT. AND FEW THERE WERE TO LOOK BEHIND AS THE COAST FELL OUT OF SIGHT BUT THEN THE SPIRIT OF THE USS ARCADIA ASSERTED ITSELF AS MORE THAN FIFTEEN THOUSAND TONS OF WORKSHOPS. ENGINES AND ENERGY WENT PLUNGING AHEAD INTO THE SEAS. THE HUM OF THE ENGINES AND THE LILT OF THE GENT- LY PITCHING SHIP WERE REECHOING IN THE SIX HUNDRED AND FIFTY HEARTS. THIRTEEN HUNDRED ARMS SETTLING TO WORK. OFF IN THE MEDITERRANEAN. THE SIXTH FLEET WAS WAITING FOR THE USS ARCADIA. WE WERE ON OUR WAY. connanoinc T. A. NISWANER CAPTAIN. USN THIS IS OUR SKIPPER. CAPTAIN TERRELL ANDREW NISWANER. AD- MIRED FOR HIS EFFICIENCY, INSPIRING AS A LEADER AND LOVED FOR HIS SHIP-WIDE CONCERN FOR ALL HANDS. CAPTAIN NISWANER TOOK COMMAND OF THE USS ARCADIA ON 3 MAY 1954. A RUN-DOWN ON THE CAPTAINS AS- SIGNMENTS. ACCOMPLISHMENTS, SER- VICE AWARDS AND RIBBONS WOULD FILL ACRUISE BOOK. LETS SUM IT UP BY SAYING THAT WHEREVER CAPTAIN NISWANER WAS ASSIGNED RECORDS WERE BROKEN. WE OF THE ARCADIA SINCERELY REGRETTED SAYING GOOD- BYE AS HE TOOK OFF MIDWAY IN OUR MEDITERRANEAN CRUISE FOR DUTY IN WASHINGTON. WE ALL JOIN IN EX- TENDING TO OUR FORMER CAPTAIN A SINCERE GOD BE WITH YOU " . THIS IS OUR NEW SKIPPER. CAPTAIN CHARLES HERBERT ANDREWS. USN. GOOD FORTUNE SURELY FAVORED THE USS ARCADIA IN SENDING USCAPTAIN ANDREWS WHO TOOK COMMAND ON 15 AUGUST 1955 IN ISTANBUL. TURKEY. HE TRAVELLED FAR TO JOIN OUR SHIP AND HE KEPT ON TRAVELLING RIGHT ON THRU INTO THE RESPECT AND ADMIRATION OF ALL HANDS. A SUB- MARINER AT HEART. CAPTAIN AND- REWS OUTSTANDING COMBAT AND ADMINISTRATIVE RECORD COUPLED WITH A RECORD OF MORALE-INTEREST- EDNESS SPOKE WELL FOR HIM. THE WEEKS THAT PASSED WHILE STILL IN THE MEDITERRANEAN PROVED THE ARCADIA WAS UNDER THE COMMAND OF AN OUTSTANDING SKIPPER DETER- MINED TO MAINTAIN THAT OUT- STANDING RECORD. CAPTAIN AN- DREWS BROUGHT HOME TO THE U- NITED STATES A TIRED BUT A HAPPY SHIP. HIS WELL-DONE TO ALL HANDS WAS HEARTILY REECHOED IN THEIR WELL-DONE ' TO OUR CAPTAIN AN- DREWS. COMMANDER THOMAS HENRY BIRCHMIRE, USN. HAS THE LEADER- SHIPAND GET IT DONE " PROFICIENCY NECESSARY IN A WORKING SHIP. THE MONTH OF MAY SEEMS TO HAVE BRAC- KETED MAY COMMANDERS LIFE FOR IT WAS 1 MAY1909 THAT HE ENLISTED IN LI FE AT ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA. IT WAS IN MAY 1928 THAT HE ENLISTED IN THE NAVY. MAY 1954 SAW HIM BOARD THE USS ARCADIA AND 5 MAY 1955 WITNESSED THE COMMANDERS ASCENDENCY TO EXECUTIVE OFFI- CER ' S STATUS. W?- ■ T. H. BIRCHMIRE COMMANDER USN W.C. WOHLFARTH J. L. PENOLA W. E. BELL J.C MARSHALL ■». J. A. KEELEY J.F. MCCARTHY L. S. McGEE For a safe Cruise We Watched We Prayed p E R A T I N G E D U N K Operation Rudolph Operation Period PPLflP First Port ssfMittl.- June 21 - 25 L I B E R T Y Planning Packing Picking nanBUYGRS Side by side r . .: U. The Penthouse C.I.C. 11 On course.... We worked k We played cpnnes m I • • i.- ■ ' % i:i a ♦f ' I First visit July 1-15 « r We Were 1 i August 25 - September 6 Second visit u ■ y4| Ki h if ■ m«fs ' %0aJ sr We were lean " •n ;3 ' a. ' ' :! ; ;?; •-a ■■ ' . ' ■ --. ; ' !l l jmr oi .... f SM m M t ' -K-il-.afll WB KJT IT Wf m - V ' v H i. K j ' X m T -(ii c? »« ■I rl ■■ ; Third visit October 5-18 We were broke I U .4r r W l» ' ■ ■ nOHBUYGRS N 22 UNDERWAY Electronic Spares " 307, please " n speziQ I i: !8 ' ' They had the fun We had the pleasure ORPHANS ' PARTY 25 II The Pilgrimage to Rome and St. Peter ' s 27 QThcns August 5-10 Birthplace of... Art Literature Philosophy Democracy P ' rmniB, , f Piraeus from Phaleron Bay i . A Closer Look m 4 5 Guard Royal Palace •—SW f ' -v- tv ' . Our Friends and our Allies nQneuYGRS I V t ' Housekeeping ' «.! n Fire Control Under Control ' H i f% j: r Happy Birthday Log Room .r W - ' 1 Print Shop Pipefitters Shop r More of a day ' s work Small-store Breakout Carpenter Shop I Coming or Going ISTQHBUL AUGUST 11-16 Constantinople I (■Mit ¥ i first Inspection Change of Command Party City of Crescents and Mosques ISTANBUL.... City where West meets East... ] TURn Censored but clean Mooney ' s Monster f 4l Electricians { N Ship ' s Store ilS ' U Ship ' s Service Office Pipefitters Electricians Fire Room Watch Repair BDRDBLD Sept. 10-16 Christopher Columbus and the ARCADIA made Barcelona famous BARCELONA .. City of Churches, some beautiful, some bizarre More could afford postcards Barcelona arrived at a bad time... Right between paydays But a few Saw and heard the Fandango And some found that root beer came in the strangest bottles ySB asc ' TjT But practically all dug up the dough :g U ' «r ?f ' M ci T im i v jj HU,MLPnPIK.,. Not to see this. iu ' is : i» - that heer ithe But this. Diesel generator After Steering 46 I-C Room Battery Shop Forward bulk stores Carpenter Shop Movie Exchange Bos ' n Locker i. ' vQienciQ Sep tern bq 22-28 we visited the ancient and more ancient city of Sagunto PALMA-BAKCELONA-VALENCIA Three ports and three cities in the lovHest country of the Mediterranean We came to know and love a kixur- iant land.... a friendly but generally poor people. Of all the countries we visited, Spain will remain the one to which we will return at least in dreams. Dedicated of SPAIN to the National sport 50 A Dangerous Sport REMEMBER. . El Rubio de Boston He didn ' t walk off nQPLBS Sunny Napoli was our last port of call... From Naples we said goodbye to Comserforsixthflt and staff... to the Mediterranean... to Europe... and here we didn ' t surrender to the USS Yellowstone, we just dared her to do a better job. We started back home with the feel- i ng of a job well done. October 22-25 52 _1 •I But this is what we really wanted to see I USS Arcadia USS Yellowstone Side by Side Last minute shutter Bugs Last minute Sightseeing 54 s d ' h ' ste art x ' IiSrmand. m.k. horn h.l. bender, f. wuthrich second row j. a. thomas, g.v. zererlien, j.r. maddox, s.l. ertel, r. tague 3.c. bower, w.h. patty. s FIRST ROW (left to ripht) W.W. WALCH, a.L. BRYAN, ,|.R. DEPEW, D.A. GOODWIN, I.E. CUNNINGHAM. i ' GOMeJ G.C. MITCHELL. D.L. ALFORD, J.E. MARKtEY, H.j. SISSETT. H.L. MOOREHEAD 56 II (T ' it ' ' vrv V - . ,11 b t .. . ' s v ' FIRST ROW (left to right) J. P. MURPHY, R. BRECHTLEIN, R.A. GALLEY, D.W. BUCHANAN, N.G. LaLIBERTY, R.L. COTE, W.R. RAPP, W.l. ELMENDORF, P. A. MICHIEISON, jr., R.j. WILT Jr., R.W. MAY, H.C. LONG, SECOND ROW W H. HEINZE, R.A. GARLIT, A.E. KORBAS Jr., J.P. REILLY, H.L. LEVY, F.P. ROZWADOWSKI, J. A. POWER, W.L. SEYBERT, C.H. BLODGETT, C.E. LYLES, R.P. HEIN, J. CONFORTL THIRD ROW L.R. CRANDALL, C.R. LOTTERBAUER, G.W. ABBOTT, R.L. WILLIANS, J.F. HERRON, D.l. BENEDICT, R.H. WOOD, W.D. DUNCAN, J. P. LINZMEYER, H.L. JONES, L.L. WARDEN, L.REA, R.D. ALVES, J.W. ANDREN, J.J. RACIOT. FOURTH ROW R. GONZALES, E.P. SHAVELIN, J.W. KOONTZ, G. HISCHE, CD. KRATZ, W.H. EMERY, Jr, L.J. BELL, K.J. McCAULEY, E.R. YOPEK, J.D. TURNER, S.A. KING. h W ' - , ' 4r - i l V w, ' ii j -fW FIRST ROW (left to right) T.G. CRAWFORD. D.D. PARISI, E.M. RENEHAN, J. CATCHUCE, R.F. ASHBURNER, M. ERVIN. D.E. HYDE f FIRST ROW (left to right) A. SABALA, D. HALL, W.A. JOHNSON, C.H. JENKINS. C.R. O ' CONNER, A. PEROT, F. GOMEZ, GIARELLI. J., N. BRICE, C. CLARK gThIKA E, J.H. OMINSKI, J.G. PINE, C.W. ARBOGAST, CD. SMITH, R.W. TRIMBLE, R. WILLIAMS R.E. CARL, L.T. BURKE THIRD ROW W.R. CUMMINGS, J.C. RUEBLING, A. RUBINO, W. DIAZ, C. WILLIAMS, R.C. GAETANO o 1 t: ■ ' V 68 £ F c5nNEr! " c D. " hAHN. W.C. FULLER, W.T. HUGHES, A. DZIADOSZ, L. WHALEY, R.P. GROS, J.R. KAY, J.J.GENSCHAW, R.J. SOBOLUSKY, W.L. ROLAIN. SECOND ROW- J.H. HARDING, R.L. STEVESON, H.D. HAYES, R.H. SAMUELSON, J.J. RUFFOLO, J.C. ELDER, SCHADEWALD, C.F. SHEARER, R.A. BELLAVIA, J.C. CARTER. THIRD ROW ' J S PANELLA, G.J. NUTTALL, H.L. HAZEWINKLE, L. VASOUEZ CORREA, B.D. RICHARDS, R.J. RHEAUME, T.A. RICHARD, J.W. RIGGLE, G.E. HURLEY, 1 fVi Ml, !. ULUAIIS ' + R FIRST ROW (left to right) A. J. RUHLAND, R.L. HAAG, R.W. ECKART, V.M. HITES.JR., J.J. BANNAN, C.L. HUTSELL, H.F. HOOKS W.R. VARRO, W.R. SATTLER, G.N. SATTLER. SECOND ROW: D. WESTCOAT, J.D. ENO, I.V. ALTADONNA, J.H. POVEJSIL, J.J. LaGRUTTA, L. AHLADIS, B.G. HORTON, W.R. KOHLER.D.E. FARMER, R.L. BYE. 1 hH xi;l 5 " I ' ' »■ " V ' j; C FIRST ROW (left to right) D.H. EASrON, R.L. HYKES, BELL, R.D., J.R. KISSEE, G.R. EDMODS, C.H. JANTZEN, HARTFORD, H.E. B.D. DEGRAW, M.E. NEAL, H.D. WILL0UGH3Y, C.E. GOLDEN SECOND ROW , „ ., . r,, P.M. RUPPERT, FEDNETZ,T., N.H. DROSENDAL. K.M. NOVAK, J. P. O ' DAY, J. TANEGA, J.R. NAGEL W.A. ROBIE, D.W. BARKLOW THIRD ROW F.A. TURNER, M.R. WEAVER, J.J. 0(MERA, V. SPIROFF, P.W. BURDIN, W.W. FRAY, A. SALZBERG M.S. COMSTOCK, C.P. GORNIAC Isf i; t: I I FIRST ROW (left to right) W.A. BANNISTER, ).P. TERRY, ]. INGRAM, P.M. MASKO, O.L. WEISENDANGER, E.J. DOTSON A.,). RUGGIERO, R.i3. LEWIS, 3. WHITE, R.|. WHITING. SECOND ROW F.L. RABLE, W.A. OLIVER, R.D. WILSON, S. TAYLOR, E. PAUL, R.L. MYERS, A. P. COTUGNO l.P. THOMAS, O. LEETH, E.J. ROOKER, G.E. FERKEL. TIRHD ROW J.R. KAUFFMAN, E.G. KLEPPER, D.E. HEADLY, E.L. SHUTES. F.R. EDWARDS, J. WEAVER R.J. HENDRIX, J.H. PEARSON, R.H. R0E3UCK, H.V. CANNADAY. J.M. ROTTMAN FOURTH ROW: M. SULLIVAN, L.L. WILLIAMS, H.R. HOMMINGA, T.E. 3RADLEY, R.A. PARDON, I.V. CHAPPLE D.L. GALLATY, J.T. NAPIER, L.A. KUHN, R.M. WATKINS, I.S. VANSANT. I ' «.F, .L,( FIRST ROW (left to right) C). HOtlMAN, H.P. lOllNSON, R.K. HILTY, LW. MOSS, B.3. WILLIAMSON, 3.K. RUSSELL, S.W. EBERLY W.G. MILTY, R.A. lEZZI, W. L SWAN I I n N W ' f .1 1 1 ifif " I . 1 FIRST ROW (Jeft to right) T.E. PHILLIPS, C.E. SIEBOTT, J.L. SULLIVAN, E.L. SCAGGS, D.L. WYTTENBACH, G.E. DYER, R.E. SMALL, C.C. COOPER, T.M. CORTEZ, H.C. OAKLEY, W.P. GRIFFIN, W.E. SHOKES. SECOND ROW: W.C. FORTE, P. KRESS, T.J. JAROSZ, A.]. JERNIGAN, l.C. LOWDER, A. STARLING, C.A. BEALS, M.J. BRODEUR, T. MONTERIRO, R.G. KIEFER, A.N. BERGNES, D.E. BAGBY, R.G. REYNOLDS. THIRD ROW: j.R. SHEPHERD, D. MOONEY , D.D. ROTACH, A.F. COOPER, R.C. CARR. J.D. LONG, R.L. FOOS, B.E. RUSIEWICZ, R.E. KAY, W.J. KUSTIS, J.S. MORRIS, W.O. FANELU, J.W. CONDRY, L. ANDERSON, T.F. GARBS, P.M. STERNER. FOURTH ROW: J. GILMORE, C.G. CONNELLY, J.B.HAND, W.R. HATFIELD, J. P. McVEIGH, E.C. ROMANIK, .R.R. DAVIS, S.L. CARRIGG, N.J. KALMAR, G.E. GELLE, P.E. CONWAY, L.S. SHILOBRIT, J.M. NARKIEWICZ, R.E. DRINON. Sh U. 4 FIRST ROW (left to right) W.F. BARNETT, A. SCHLAPA, G.R. ROBINSON, J. HEANEY, H.E. SEDGWICK SECOND ROW: H.L. O ' KEEFE, V.A. MARLER, D.L. RAMSEY, G.S. HARDING, T.S. ALSTON, K.H. FOWLER, O.F. MARTIN, B.L. MANNING, D.L. WRIGHT, S.A. NAROLEWSKI, E.M. HERSHMAN, THIRD ROW: R.L. WRIGHT, D.R. MURRAY, D.L. WYLIE, D.R. TRUMBAUER, G.J. NELSON, JORDAN, A.A. JOHANSEN, R.A. MICLETTE, M.H. WILSON, L.E. SCHRUM, L.L. CLARK. FOURTH ROW: C.T. lONES, G.E. ZUBEL, P.D. FINK, H.H. FROH, H.J. STROM, R.T. HARLING, FLANDERS, R.L. HOOPER, J.R. ALDRICH, P.W. KELLY, R. DEPTULA, B.L. ANDERSON. FIRST ROW (left to right) J.C. SAMAIN, H.L. KING, L.J. WICKS, D.E. HODGES, L.E. RUSSELL, H.D. KEMP, U.W. LEMBECK L.H. WITTKOP, T. MacPHERSON, J. J. TOMAYKO SECOND ROW R D. SCHATTILLY, S.L. CHRISTIAN, D.R. BERG, B.G. PULEO, j.R. MAYER, j. TOLAND, H.G. HUFFMAN, B.D. BISHOP, H.E. JONES, N.E. RILEY THIRD ROW L.E. GORZELSKI, J.L. HAMMER, J.E. ROTH, D.C. HERR, R.F. LONG, E.I. ERICKSON, R.D. JEANNETTE J.E. HOUK E t ■ -.vl - fK If- ) ' r " - ■■■ FIRST ROW (left to right) „™,„» R.C. WYATT, B. WOLFSON, J.D. HARRIS. W.L. SADLER. J. BURGESS. R.R. JOHNSON, G.S. FERfflIRA L. GAMBINO, J.J. HALM, R.R. CONLEY, R.P. DESROSIERS SECOND ROW E. FALCONl, R.M. ROSE, W.F. HORNE, C.A. BAGESSE, M.G. HAVERLAK, P.R. SHERMAN.H.E. CANFIELD I UV Jl H FIRST ROW: (left to right) D.E. ELTON, R.D. ANDREE, N.F. SERENA, J.C. NASH, S. PUSKAS, E.L. MARTIN, C.E. BRYANT, W. KNOWLES, J. P. LYLAK, W. SANDALL. SECOND ROW: R. GEPNER, J. GROENWALL, B..T. FERGUSON, P.K. BARRY, D.C. FRANK, D.F. PADDON, R.D. BURKE, J. ESSEBAGGERS, R.E. LEE, S. JILES. THIRD ROW: R. PEPIN, T.H. FIELDS C.E. MARTIN, R.K. GRANT, R. WINEGAR, H.G. PELIKAN, D.V. SVEHLA, R.O. CARR, R. FORNILLI. -4— ' " ' FIRST ROW(left to hpht) E.M. AGUILAR, W.C. HUFFMAN, V.J. AMODEO, J.C. CANTERBURY, J.W. SIMPSON SECOND ROW J.E. POE, R.A. LANE B.J. BUCKLEY, R.K. HOOVER . A.E. TALBOT 63 7_ 5 Ay FIRST ROW ( left to right) B.E. WILKERSON, J.C. BOUBECK, J.B. MOOREHEAD, G.L. LINDRON, R.D. MYLES, J. P. O ' DAY SECOND ROW E..T. BARKER, E.G. MEINHARDT, E.G. CORREIA, H. DiSPIRITO, G.F. HOFF THIRD ROW E.P. SHAVELIN, D.E. CURRAN, J.W. HUDGINS, L.J. WICKS. V.M. HITES, C.W. EDWARDS, J.B. KLICK I.e. ELDER, I. O ' MEARA FOURTH ROW R.l. REIN, CM. HORNING, R.A. PEPIN, KAEDY, R.M., R.W. EWING, R. WINEGAR s T R G G I R S 1 •1 • V- FIRST ROW (left to right) O.A. PHILLIPS, F.S. GOLDSBARY, J.]. HURLEY, D. ]. PERKINS, H.R. HAUSMAN SECOND ROW E.F. JANCZYK, D.L. MURRAY, R.H. WADEMAN, R.M. THOM, K.L. AUSTIN, A. DeCOSTA THIRD ROW A. A. WARNER, R.D. HILDERBRAND, J. A. BAKER, V.M. FISHERM E.J. CONNOLY 5 T t ¥ ir s 1 r s T R A G E R S FIRST ROW (left to right) G.W. McOUAy, C. FULLER, J.O. CONCEPTION, CD. BAILUM, 3. SADLER, SECOND ROW D. SMITH, A.E. WOODS L. CLARK, R. GIBSON, E. GREER, S. FINKEL THIRD ROW E. COLES, m. F. ESPIRITU ■ ' r i :i y4 i ii 4 i 4l ji FIRST r.NV,v( left to richt) BACNEk, GI7LER, COSS, MARBITO, ClTRRAN, JOHNSON SECOND ROW EADES, SHORTER, KLEPFER. PUSECKER, PEARSON, SHAW, THIRD ROW KAELIN, YORK, ANDERSON, PERRY, CAMPBELL, RUPPERT, MENGINE, FOURTH ROW TPPINS, GIEGER. R03IS0N, GIBBONS, MOOR, NOVICK. [ACKSON 65 (from left to rifht) W. . STEELE, j. ROTH, L.T. HARVEY, J.A.ALSTON MHR lOZP? H. McCAKniY K.R. VICKERS i G. C033 D. 1. LOWER Y T.M. SIMPSON R. 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