Arcturus (AF 52) - Naval Cruise Book

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In Navy terminology it is known as a "reeferg" acivilianwouldprobably call it an "floating supermarket," for it carries enough food to feed 30,000 hungry sailors for 30 days. ln the past, a standing comment when the Arcturus made a delivery to another ship was, "What! No SKZH Green Stamps!" So the supply officer of the Arcturus thought he would try to partially answer that question. "I know," he said in a letter to S8zH's home office, "that we can't give SSZH Green Stamps. But could we fly a couple of S8zH banners on our signal hoists? It would show our customers that we would like to give stamps." S8zH's advertising department responded with three plastic ban- ners. fThe type that is normally used by service stations. They are 55 inches by 30 inches,proclaiming, "We Give SSLH Green Stamps."J In the Arcturus' first outing with the banner, a Mediterranean deploy- ment, more than 3,000 tons of provi- sions were transferred to 39 ships while the S8zH banner was flying. fAnd if they had been given stamps that would have filled alot of bookslj ,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,W ,,,, , ,,,,,,,, , 6 ,, H Y .ng 'PN Captain Walter S. Delany Jr Y Y f--.VY...i-.H, ,.,,..,.-,,,,V - . 4 .ae-: V COMMANDING OFFICER Captain Walter S. DELANY, Jr., was born in Reading, Pennsylvania June 23, 1922. He attended Annapolis High School and grad- uated from Severn School in Severn Park, Maryland. He attended Dartmouth College from 1939 to 1941 and then graduated from the U. S. Naval Academy. He was commis- sioned Ensign in June 1944. After commissioning Captain DELANY attended the Scout and Raider Course at Fort Pierce until December 1944. He spent the remainder of the war as navigator aboard USS D. W. TAYLOR QDD-5515. After com- pleting submarine school in June 1946 he served aboard USS SENNETT, Staff COM- SUBRON TWO, USS TUSK and USS CORP- ORAL in various billets. From 1951 to 1953 he was stationed in the Athletic De- partment at the U. S. Naval Academy and was Head Coach of the Navy 150 lb. team which won the Eastern Intercollegate Championship. In July 1955 he assumed command of USS CAVALLA QSS-2465 and commanded this submarine until September 1956. After three months on COMSUBLANT Staff .he assumed command of USS CROAKER fSS-2445 from February 1957 to July 1957. He then attended Stanford University for one year receiving his Masters Degree in Edu- cation. Next followed a tour of duty at BUPEPS where Captain DELANY ran the Electronic Data Processing Center from September 1958 through March 1960. From 1960-1963, he was in Hamburg, Germany serving as U. S. Naval Liaison Officer. Returning to the United States, Captain DELANY was operations officer COMSUB- RON 5, and Commander Submarine Division 51. During this tour Captain DELANY was also responsible for the planning and de- velopment of the newly established U. S. Naval Submarine Support Facility, San Diego. In July 1964 he reported to Joint Staff CINCLANT where he served through June 1965. Captain DELANY assumed com- mand of USS ARCTURUS QAF-525 on 20 August 1965. Captain DELANY is married to the former Anne CULP of Gainesville, Texas. They have one daughter, Mary Anne, who is married andlives in Eugene, Oregon. is 2 P7 fx' X 6 1 1185 ,fs 1 . , ,yy VIN' , Em. EXECUTIVE OFFICER Lieutenant Commander Arthur F. Cornell was born in Brooklyn, New York and graduated from high school in New Brunswick, New Jersey. After six months at Rutgers University Extension in New Brunswick, he enlisted in the United States Navy in February 1948. He entered the United States Naval Academy in June 1949. Upon graduation from Annapolis Lieu- tenant Commander Cornell was commis- sioned Ensign on June 5, 1953. He served aboard USS NAVARRO QAPA-2155 from July 1953 through July 1955 and USS M. C. FOX QDDR-8291 from July 1955 throughJu1y 1957 in various junior officer billets. After spending six months as a student at the Naval Schools Mine Warfare in Charleston South Carolina, .he served as an instructor there from February 1958 through Novem- ber 1959. From December 1959 through January 1962 Lieutenant Commander Cornell was attached to STAFF COMSERVRON FOUR. After leaving there he attended Navy post- graduate school in Monterey, California where he received two years instruction in Operations Analysis. In July 1963 he re- ported to the United States Naval Academy where he served as an instructor until June 1965. In July 1965 he reported aboard ARCTURUS. A Lieutenant Commander Cornell is mar- ried to the former Miss Catherine J. Salmon of New Brunswick, New Jersey. 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W., 1 2 . ex, I '35 Q' 4 , . 1 "I - sz ' o 9 , 1 ,L a 'if nn. 4, 97 4g-5-. f"l J :yr V ,z A' U, , Y J.: -, 4' Y 1, :M ' I' MZ-'Yi ..,- ,V--3-f W - '4- ,A x M L2 VW Crew' Lounge uss Ancrunus IAF-52, I-nsronv: 1961-PRESENT USS ARCTURUS QAF-525 was commis- sioned for naval service on 18 November 1961, following several months of overhaul and conversion at New York Naval Shipyard. Captain Maxey B. Davis, USN was the first Commanding Officer. During shakedown training at Guantan- amo Bay, Cuba, January 1962 the officers and men of ARCTURUS emphatically dis- played their ability to work as a team, by winning the Award for Outstanding Achieve- ment in Refresherf Shakedown Training for service force ships in fiscal year 1962. Rear Admiral Knoll, Commander Service Force, Atlantic Fleet, noted that he was "particularly pleased with achievements of ARCTURUS" at Gitmo. While operating in the Caribbean ARCTURUS was the first "reefer" to replenish the nation's first nuclear carrier, the ENTERPRISE. Then followed a post shakedown repair period in Baltimore, Md. with Maryland Shipbuilding and Drydock Co. In June the ship left for her first Mediterranean deployment and the real test of her ability to deliver the goods. During a single four day period ARCTURUS re- plenished 51 ships of the Sixth Fleet. She approached the transfer record for refrig- erator ships by sending 592,000 pounds of stores to a carrier in two hours and eighteen minutes. She was the first ship to conduct vertical replenishment by heli- copter while operating transfer rigs with two ships alongside. Duringthis deployment ARCTURUS visited Barcelona, Valencia, and Naples. ARCTURUS arrived in the Med with food supplies and departed laden with her own laurels from Commander Servic e Force, Sixth Fleet and Commander Sixth Fleet on her performance record. Following a period of relaxation in Norfolk ARC TURUS returned to the Mediter- ranean for a new assault on the transfer record. On 3 November with the coopera- tion of the FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT QCVA-421 alongside to port, ARCTURUS established a new record of 164 tons of food per hour, topping the Sixth Fleet mark by 28 tons. This was accomplished despite the loss of five rigs in an emergency breakaway during heavy weather two days previously. Captain Arthur J. Brassfield, USN assumed command of ARCTURUS in a change of command ceremony at Naples on 6 November 1962. In early December ARC- TURUS returned to Norfolk for a well earned holiday. During April and May 1963 ARCTURUS replenished 44 ships on a Med deployment. During replenishment of the USS SPRING- FIELD QCLG-75 Vice Admiral William E. Genther, Jr., USN, Commander Sixth Fleet visited ARCTURUS informally to observe the transfer of provisions. ARCTURUS deployed from August 9 to October 5, 1963 during which time 43 ships were replenished in the Med., including the USS SARATOGA 1CVA-605 and USS INDE- PENDENCE QCVA-621. Rear Admiral W. A. Evans, SC , USN, Commander Service Force, Atlantic Fleet, Supply Officer observed re- plenishment during the time he was a pas- senger from Rota to Valencia, Spain. AtriP to C asablanca provided a special liberty PON during this deployment. At a change of command ceremony on October 17, 1963 Captain David A. Shonerd, USN relieved Captain Brassfield as Com- manding Officer. During Second Fleet Operations in No- vember 1963, ARCTURUS I'ep1e11iShGd two carriers, two cruisers including Second Fleet Flagship USS NEWPORT NEWS QCA- 148J in one day during extremely rough weather and then in December commenced a period of overhaul first alongside the repair ship USS VULCAN, then for dry- docking at Bethlehem Steel Corp. in Balti- more and finally to Newport News Ship- building and Drydock Corp. in Newport News, Virginia. Leaving Newport News in April 1964, ARC TURUS prepared for another Mediter- ranean deployment in June and July 1964. Forty-nine ships were replenished during ideal weather. Over forty percent of the ships were replenished at night including the carriers ENTERPRISE and FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT. Ports visited were Golfe Juan, France: Naples, Italy and Catania, Sicily. After a short period in Norfolk which gave ARCTURUS the time to conduct a dependents cruise in order that our families might observe a transfer at sea, she was loaded and departed in September on Opera- ti0f1 Teamwork in the North Atlantic and Bay of Biscay. Thirty-two ships were re- plenished, some during extremely bad weather. The USS ANNAPOLIS fAGMR-11 was first replenished during this operation. ARCTURUS entered the port of Le Havre France on 4 October to spend one week'ST liberty visiting Normandy and Paris. Upon return to Norfolk a change of command ceremony was held and Captain John W. Fair, USN relievedCaptain Shonerd on 26 October 1964. In December ARCTURUS again re- turned to the Mediterranean for her sixth replenishment there andxat the same time a holiday season in Europe. Over 7,850,000 pounds of cargo were transferred to 39 ships during this deployment. Replenish- ment of the USS FORRESTAL on January 7, 1965 was delayed one day due to search and rescue operations conducted for two missing carrier aircraft in which ARCTURUS par- ticipated. Both men were safe and the re- plenishment took place on the eighth of January. ARCTURUS returned to the states in early February. After a three week respite ARC TURUS again put to sea on 27 February, and transferred her replenishment cargo to the new USS SYLVANIA QAFS-25. After ob- serving the SYLVANIA's replenishment of Task Group Alpha, ARCTURUSvisited Ber- muda for liberty port and returned to Norfolk on March 12. After a two month stay in Norfclk ARCTURUS traveled to Miami, Florida for Armed Forces Day, May 15. Over 2500 Floridians vis ited the ship over the weekend. June marked the start of lucky "number 7" deplcyment to the Mediterranean. ARC- TURUS replenished 31 ships alongside while working hand in hand with the USS SYLVANIA fAFS-25 in vertically supplying various units of the sixth Fleet. Liberty ports included Barcelona, Valencia, and Alicante, Spain, Naples, Italyg and Villefranche. ARCTURUS returned to Norfolk on 5 August 1965. On 20 August 1965 Captain Walter S. Delany, Jr., USN, relieved Captain Fair as Commanding Officer. In October ARCTURUS was recalled from type training operations and ordered on an emergency deployment to the Mediter- ranean to replace her sister ship, ALDE- BARAN which had suffered an engineering casualty. The ship was loaded in four days and was off to the Med on 23 October. On 9 November Commander Service Force Atlantic Fleet, RADM Henry A. Renken visited the ship. During the deployment, 22 ships were replenished. The crew enjoyed liberty in Naples, Italy, Barcelona and Rota, Spain, Villefranche and Toulon, France. On February 11, 1966 ARCTURUS left Norfolk to participate in Operation Spring- board in the Caribbean. Four ships, USS GUAM, USS SUFFOLK COUNTY, USS RAN- KIN, and USS YANCEY were replenished. Ports visited were St. Thomas, V. I. and San Juan, Puerto Rico. ARC TURUS returned to Norfolk on 2 March 1966. After a five week stay in Norfolk, ARCTURUS departed once again for the Mediterranean on 11 April. This was an especially successful cruise and the ship was so noted by the Commanding Officer of the USS SEVERN QAO-611 who said "Thank you for an outstanding LOGREP. Your packaging and handling stores was the best we have seen." After leaving the Mediterranean ARC- TURUS headed North and visited Rotterdam, Hollandg Hamburg, Germany, and Copen- hagen, Denmark. During the Northern leg of the journey over 5000 people visited the ship and gained a first hand view of the U.S. Navy and an insight into the part it plays in defending the free world. ARC- TURUS returned to Norfolk on 27 June 1966. With her crew of 17 officers and 203 enlisted men ARCTURUS is homeported in Norfolk, Virginia as a part of Service Squadron FOUR. 34,,.',- 2.5 .1 -V','71f..l1'.' SPORTS The Crew 5 '," T ' " A ' Y ' D I xx. I Ae xw- L v X ,. v . -41 'I nxh. A-t5 I . "-'ISN kg V If" 13 lunww df" aP""N. lv iN' gf ,pg 3'- 56 QL x ' ' X X f.......,, - N. 3 LQ .gif I .XA ,? ,fff1 " ' 'r X 6' a'xQ 5 W K - Q L-nlvki kvk-fx-f ivtglll f J L 1 A'A' ix' ----- H- ,BIEIIFM-ask I U -8..- ,kg-' N. ae L.:- S Q. K N x 8,5 . s 1 l r JJ A A 41' . -, X WF?-3 ' .4 ' :U 'I' 'I f 6. ' ' , Mid . x .....- ,E , I A? 'I ' 'Lf ' 4 "' ' - M 5 f x Q ,A-ef ' ,,, 'L ff, 'F ' -- - 4 V T F . .1' 523' f S . , NN N 1, X' V X 4 N - , A if. V '1 '1,.:?'.: '11 V 'N .. IL'-in . I 1 Y .- ' 4 ff - ff. xxx M FE. ff 'T ffl X V , tn.. , , 1-,,.. ,.. ' W stag'-i',2rP'fr'-AJA4'-'' A, V"- I, - 1 " ' "'-'2".'- 1 -', -5 .4..,-,ya M fg. ,. COMMANDING OFFICER U.S.S. ARCTURUS AF-52 Fleet Pos? Office New York, New York 29 August 1966 Frome. Commanding Officer To: All Hands Subj: Letter of Appreciation It has been my privilege and pleasure to have had command of ARCTURUS since August l965. During this period, you have proven yourselves to be an outstanding team who are a credit to the ship and to the Navy. Proof of your hard work and devotion to duty is the fact that this ship won the Battle Efficiency WEN for excellence during Fiscal Year l966. Although the competition was keen you were the best. I hope that this Cruise Book brings back many fond memories of your tour on board this ship. As I leave, I wish all of you the best of luck and thank you for your hard work and positive attitude which have made the past year the most pleasant of my Vnaval career. X,f.J3'f: X W. S. DELANY, Jr. 'Hx 'iv Y 3 -.'. Y f . CAPTAIN W. F. CHAIRES Captain W. F. 'Chaires entered the Navy in July 1941 and graduated from the Naval Academy in 1944. He reported to the USS BATAAN soon after graduation where he served during the remainder of the war. After World War II, the then Lieutenant Gunior gradey became a flight student at Pensa- cola. After earning his wings in July 1947, he was assigned to VB-4B. He became a member of VB-42 shortly afterwards. In June 19591, he was trans- ferred to Air Development Squadron Three in Atlantic City, N. J., and soon was promoted to Lieutenant. His next assignment was in Jackson- ville, Fla., where he served as Landing Signal officer in VF-172. As a Lieu- tenant, he received the Navy Unit Com- mendation in 1952 for services aboard the carrier USS ESSEX, during the Korean conflict. In May, 1952, Lieutenant Chaires began a tour in Washington as amember of the staff of the Chief of Naval Opera- tions. He served as Aide to the Deputy CNO for air and later as Aide to the Deputy CNO for Operations and plans. He reported for 27 months duty as Operations Officer and Executive Officer of VF-61 at Oceana, Va., in April 1955 and in July of that year advanced to the rank of Lieutenant Commander. He then became a student at the Naval War Col- lege at the Naval Station in Newport, R.I. His next tour of service was with the Commander of Naval Air Forces, U. S. Atlantic Fleet QJuly 19585. In this capacity, he served as Operations Officer for two years and was advanced to the rank of Commander shortly .before departure. After four months as a student replace- ment pilot with VF-101 at Key West, Fla., Commander Chaires served as Com- manding Officer of VF-14 based aboard the carrier FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT. In February 1962, C ommander Chaires again reported for duty in Wash- ington serving in the Strategic Plans Division of the Office of Chief of Naval Operations. In August 1963 he became a student in the National War College, Washington, D. C., and graduated inJune 1964. 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