Arneb (AKA 56) - Naval Cruise Book

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are .V QW aircraft and tons of supplies and equipment. The success of the science effort carried out in Antarctica by the United States Ant- arctic Research Program CUSARPJ, founded and supported by the National Science Foun- dation, is to a large degree dependent on the N avy's summer support activities. The Foun- dation research is also conducted by colleges and universities, research institutions, and government agencies in the fields of biology, K 1' :Q Y, geology, gravity , glaciology, meteorology, oceanography, upper atmosphere physics and seismology. The rewards from new discoveries through research are not kept secret but are shared for all mankind, and, under the provisions of the Antarctic Treaty among 12 nations, no nation may use its discoveries for military purposes. This is dramatic testimony that na- tions can Work together for the good of all.

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USS.ARNEB and DEEP FREEZE Before we present any portion of our Op- eration Deep Freeze cruise let's introduce OUI' ship, the USS Arneb, an attack cargo ship at- tached to Commander Aml0hibi0US Force' Atlantic. Arneb-what does it mean? Well, Arneb means "hare." The name was taken from a celestial constellation, like those of her sister ships, the Algol and the Capricornus. Her name, however, was not always Arneb. In 1943, the year of her construction, she was a merchant ship, the S.S. Mischief. During World War II she was turned over to the Navy and became an amphibious attack cargo ship. ' Participating in the assault landing of An- guar on Sept. 9, 1944, Arneb lowered her boats filled with men and machines and helped bring victory for the Allies in the Southern Palaus Islands. She also fought in battles at Tlithi, Hollandia and Manua. For her support and assistance against the enemy she was twice awarded the Battle Star. S After the war Arneb was sent to Philadel- phia and decommissioned until March 1949, when she again became an active member of the sailing fleet as prospective flagship for the late Admiral Byrd's Antarctic expedition. She was completely insulated for cold weath- er operations, her bow was reenforced, and her propeller protected with special shielding. Instead, she entered the Korean conflict. In 1955 the Arneb became the first flag- ship for Operation Deep Freeze I under the direction of Rear Adm. C.J. Dufek. Each year thereafter Arneb has faithfully carried out her assignments by delivering thousands of tons of machinery, fuel, and supplies to the ice continent. During Deep Freeze III in 1957, Arneb sailed around the world recording technical data for the National Academy of Science and the U.S. International Geophysical Year. 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Gommamling Ulfieer Sigmund A. Bobczynski was born in Flint, Mich., on Aug. 15, 1915. He was graduated from East Grand Rapids High School and at- tended Wayne University, Detroit, Mich., for one semester. The following year he was ad- mitted to the U.S. Naval Academy in Annap- olis, Md. After receiving his commission as Ensign from the Academy in 1939, he was assigned to the heavy cruiser USS Pensacola, then to the destroyer USS Pruitt. He attended Sub- marine School in early 1941. This was fol- lowed with duty aboard the submarine USS Gudgeon in Pearl Harbor waters. During this tour of duty the Gudgeon sank over 100,000 tons of enemy shipping for whi.ch she was awarded the Presidential Unit Citation. It was also during this time when Capt. Bobczynski married Miss Jane Ives of Hono- lulu. Approximately one year later June 1943 . 1 . ! he became the submarine Archerf1sh's execu- tive officer which made five war patrols in Western Pacific waters. Sinking enemy ship' ping and enemy naval ships, the Archerfish sank the I.M.S. Chinano, the world's largest aircraft carrier at that time. She was award- ed the Presidential Unit Citation, Since June 1944, when the Captain took command of the Barracuda, he has command- ed the Dolphin, Pike, and Diablo, Call subsl, and the destroyer Black. He served with the Supreme Allied Command, Atlantic QNATOP 3 as executive officer of the destroyer leader Norfolk, as Commander Submarine Division 513 and Commander Oceanographic System, Atlantic. ' On Sept. 7, 1961, Capt. Bobczynski relieved Q-apt. James L. Hunnicutt as commanding of- ficer of the Amphibious Force Ship Arneb. The Captain was awarded the Silver Star? three Bronze Stars, two Presidential Urut Citations and various Campaign and service awards including the Philippine and Korean Covernments during 23 years of naval serv- ice.

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