Arneb (AKA 56) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1957

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Page 35 text:

ADMIRAL DUFEK lRight of Captain Johnsonl LUNCHE5 ABQARD ARNEB GLACIER PROV DES " KNOX COAST, ANTARCTICA- . . . January' 31, 1957 . . .. lts crew instilled with renewed enthusiasm from the first mail since early De- cember, the Arneb today arrivedat Clark Island, one of the Windmill group, in Vincennes Bay. Reaching the 90-mile wide ice pack on Jan. 25, hundreds of ice- bergsandthick bay ice blocked the path-to the base site but eventually the Glacier found the route. Although damaged once again by thick bay ice, the Arneb crew and SeaBees began work on Wilkes Sta- tion, the last of the IGY bases to be started. Time was essential for the Antarctic summer was waning and each of the days that were to follow would be a little colder and a little darker. +'-.rn-A., f--- -- OW FOR ARNEB The mission completed at Cape Hallett, the Arneb, under orders from Task Force 43 Commander Rear Admiral George Dufek, retraced her steps to McMurdo Sound arriv- ing at the mooring site on Jan. 12. SeaBees and ship's company immedi- ately began unloading the US NS Greenville Victory, and Admiral Dufek and his staff visited the Ar- neb to examine the damages sustain- ed in the New Year"s storm. t soon was learned that the USS G acier AGB-4 would accompany the Arneb and the Greenville Vic- tory to Knox Coast. And, on Jan. 15, the Arneb, refuelled with 216, 223 gallons of oil, left withthe Task Force on the 2,000-mile iourney to the expected heavy ice of Vin- cennes Bay.

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E"I I I I I I I I I I "MIKE" FOURSOME ARNEB SHIP'S COMPANY SWINGS INTO ACTION AT KNOX COAST CATERPILLAR LIFT 1 l I Q I I I E I I II I I 1 I I -Y" I III. LII BOOM OPERATOR I UN-0ADI NG CARGQ I E A,......m I I I I RECORDING LCM POSITION M

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