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COMMANDER GEORGE A. HAYES
Commander George A. Hayes
entered the U.S. Navy in July 1940.
Previously he had attended New
York and Cornell Universities. At
present he holds eight campaign
ribbons and seven battle stars. ln
1942, Commander Hayes played a
part in thefamous "Tokyo raid" when
when he was aboard the U.S.S. Hor-
net from which General Jimmy Doo-
little launched the first bombing
attack on the Japanese homeland.
Other campaigns in which he served
were the Bougainville invasion, New
Guinea, Hollandia, and Biak. Since
May 1950, he has completed three
tours in the Korean theatre. In
Commander Hayes, the Brown has
a Captain well schooled in destroyer
operations. He has served as ex-
ecutive and commanding officer on
four destroyers and destroyer escorts
This experience was fundamental in
bringing our ship successfully through
her second tour in Korea.
4 LIEUTENANT COMMANDER JOHN H. NEWTON JR.
During Lieutenant Commander
John H. Newton Jr.'s twelve years
in the Naval Service, he has served
on thirteendifferent ships and stat-
ions. When the war broke out in
1941, he was engineering officer a-
board the Cruiser Honolulu. After
eighteen months aboard, MrNewton
was transferred to San Francisco
Naval Shipyard to serve in the plan-
ing department. A year later, How-
ever, orders sent him to the Battle-
ship Missouri and he spent the re-
mainder of the war serving in various
ships of the Pacific Fleet. His post
war duties consisted of assignments
to various training commands and
Naval Shipyards until reporting to
the U.S.S. McDermott as Executive
officer. Since September 1951, Mr.
Newton has been the Brown's exe-
cutive officer. His abilities have
helped the Brown maintain high
standards in our Fleet.
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P. Harvey," A .A B A. M. Jackson N. A. Moore
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X Perry H. M. Brewer
'V'-pfgGopiy""Writer Sales Manager
H. O. Bacon
Ens. D.D. Bentley, D.L. Cummings, G.L. Bailey, and those members of the
crew who generously donated photographs for the committee's use.
Only the close cooperation and willingness of all hands has made this
second tour of duty in Korea a successful one. Therefore, it is to the sense
of duty, the high spirit, and fine teamwork of the officers and men of the
UQS.S. Brown, that this book is dedicated.
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FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT
Lt R L Carmon Lt R L Bev1er
Lcdr IH Newton Cdr G A Hayes
Lt R E Adamson Lt J H Meyer Lt R
L Nelson SECOND ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Lug
Lug F M Urban LtJg H P Llewellyn Ltjg C D Delalttre
Ltjg C E Be1ser Ens H F1chtner
W. Gombash, Ens. W.A. Hintzen, Ltjg. P.L.' Skolaut,
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