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Page 12 text:
Deep Freeze Duty Begins
5 000 TONS OF CARGO
LOADED AT DAVISVILLE, R I
AWA'-I-ING S-I-OWAGE. U Propul- SWE LLlNG OUR LOAD. . .Knox Coast and Cape Hallett l
Sion Unit for pontoon barge on pier cargo piled high by stevedores.
TRAVE LING TRACTOR . . Destined
for cold climate tractor is alone
in the United States for the last
REPORTING ON BOARD... Part of
sled bed is raised from pier during
LOWERING DEEP FREEZE CARGO. . .Crated equipment A
being lowered into Arneb's holds. Q
INACURIOUS WAY.. . lt'srope yarn every
day before the bed hears reveille inthe
Page 11 text:
TASK FORCE 43, UDT 21, MCB 1
OFFICERS AND CIVILIAN PASSENGERS
Captain Gerald Ketchum Captain William Calder Captain M.C. Hedbloom Commander Fred Dustin Lt,Cmd1-,Chat-1es Shirley
lt. Cmdr. Glenn Glezon Lt. Cmdr. Denzil Myers Lt. Cmdr. Joseph Fernald Lt. Ioseph Grier WOXWZ William Blevins i
Lt Qj gl Norman Olson Lt fj gli John Connelly Thomas Aggson Lt. Raymond Loomis Lt. juan Tur 'p
Lt lj gl Richard Griffith
Ens. William Grossan WOXWZ Offie Drennan
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Page 13 text:
V A Q.
DAVISVILLE, Oct. 27. . . On a crystal clear Saturday morning, the
Arneb, fully loaded, left Davisville and arrived in Norfolk Naval Shipyard
Sunday where last minute repairs were made. Completed in two days, the
ship moved to the Naval Operating Base.
Farewellsto friends and relatives were telegraphed, telephoned, mailed
and made in person. Last minute Christmas packages were bought and final
liberties in the "States" were enioyed.
Backstagethe general warm up for the deep freeze sprinkled conversa-
tions with energetic enthusiasm. Then the houselights dimmed on the U.S.
Curtain Time... Nov. 2, 1956. ll a.m. Norfolk behind us, the
show got on the road and the Arneb spotlight shown bright on Operation Deep
Freeze ll .
GOING. . . ln tune with the times
musicians struck up "Anchors Aweigh"
GOING. . . Norfolk, Nov. 2. . . We lined
upto heartheCOMPHlBLANT band shake,
rattle and roll us on our w
GONE. . . Beginning swing into harbor leaving
the U. S. behind.
GOING... So long, see you in the Spring.
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