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USS EDWARD MCDUNNELL
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Title . .
Dedication . .
The Ship .....
Executive Officer . . ,
The Crew . .
The Trip .
T0 FAMILIES GF THE CREW OF
USS EDWARD MCDONNELL CDE-10432
You have given more than can be expected to the total effort of the ship
The history of USS EDWARD MCDONNELL
began on 1 April 1963 when her keel was laid in
the Avondale Shipyard at Westwego, Louisiana.
EDWARD MCDONNELL was launched on'l5
February 1964, and on 25 January 1965 she
departed the Avondale Shipyard for Charleston,
South Carolina, where she was commissioned
on 15 February 1965. After an extensive shake-
down period and a complete fitting-out in the
Norfolk Naval Shipyard, EDWARD MCDONNELL
assumed operational status on 14 January 1966
under the administrative command of com-
mander, Anti-Submarine Warfare Force, U.S.
Atlantic Fleet. She then joined the Atlantic Fleet
Htmter-Killer Force to conduct advanced ASW
fAnti - Submarine Warfare! exercises.
On 16 May 1966, EDWARD MCDONNELL de-
parted Norfolk for an extended deployment to
Eastern Atlantic and Northern European waters,
ASW exercises were conducted continuously en-
route and upon arrival in the Norwegian Sea,
The underway schedule was often grueling, but
such ports as Trondheim, Norway, Kiel, Ger-
many, and Aalborg, Denmark, offered welcome
opportunities for liberty and the chance to meet
the people of these cities. ASW exercises con-
tinued through the summer, with port visits
to Copenhagen, Denmark, Norrkoping, Sweden,
and Dublin, Ireland, all of which extended a
warm and friendly reception to the ship. On 1
September 1966, the ship's home port was
changed from Norfolk to Newport, Rhode Is-
land. The ship then came under the administra-
tive command of Commander Escort Squadron
SIX. From 1 September 1966 to the end of the
year, EDWARD MCDONNELL participated in
three more advanced ASW exercises. The ship
celebrated Christmas and New Year in Newport
with the crew enjoying holiday leave.
The new year of 1967 brought to EDWARD
MCDONNELL and her crew a schedule which
was, for the most part, equally divided between
underway exercises and regular in-port upkeep
periods. From January to September, the ship
conducted periodic exercises at sea which in-
cluded ASW tactics, gunfire support, and anti-
air-craft gunnery. On 22 September 1967, ED-
WARD MCDONNELL deployed to the Mediter-
ranean with other units of the Atlantic Fleet.
Operations during this three-month deployment
served the ports of Naples, Italy, Palma, Mal-
lorca, and Gibraltar. The ship returned to New-
port on 16 December 1967, just in time to
celebrate the holidays.
The year 1968 began for EDWARD MCDON-
NELL with a tender availability prior to entering
Boston Naval Shipyard for her regular overhaul.
Arriving at the shipyard on l February 1968,
the crew of EDWARD MCDONNELL began the
long job of overhauling such equipment as
boilers, sonar, electronics, and ordnance.
In February 1969, her overhaul completed,
EDWARD MCDONNELL departed the Boston
Naval Shipyard for refresher training in the
Caribbean. After six weeks training at Guan-
tanamo Bay, Cuba the ship put into West Palm
Beach, Florida on 13 May for Armed Forces
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Day celebrations. The ship returned to Newport
on 5 June, having participated in Fleet Exer-
cises onher way north. EDWARD MCDONNELL
remained at or near her home port for the re-
mainder of 1969.
In January 1970 EDWARD MCDONNELL headed
south again for a month of training in the Car-
ibbean Sea. She returned to Newport in February
and began making preparations for her deploy-
ment to Northern Europe in May.
Commander A. M. Sinclair, USN
Commander Sinclair enlisted in the
Navy from his home of Santa Cruz,
California, in 1944. He graduated from
the Naval Academy in 1951. His pre-
vious duty at sea includes service in
USS ANTIETAM QCVA-369, USS SHAN-
GRILA QCVA-385, USS YORKTOWN
QCVS-105, USS FIRECREST QMSC-105,
USS RASHER QSSR-2695, USS BAYA
QAGSS-3185, USS PARCHE QSS-3843,
USS PIPER QSS-4095, USS BANG QSS-
385j, and USS DALE QDLG-193. He
served as Commanding Officer of the
USS FIRECREST QMSC-101 and USS
He attended the Armed Forces Staff
College, in Norfolk, Virginia, received
a Master of Arts Degree from San
Francisco State College, and served a
tour as a project manager at the Naval
Ordnance Systems Command in Wash-
ington, D. C. Commander Sinclair is
married to the former Virginia C.
Young of Greene, New York, and has
two daughters, Amy and Beth.
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MM3 J. Patti FN J. Carraway FN B. Kennon
FN D. Kinee FN D. Peery FA E. Riggenbach
BTC S L Mart1n
BT1 J Morphew BT2 W Taylor
BT2 J Reddy BT2 T Wells
BT3 D Blackwell BT3 T Gaulin
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RD1 A. Major RD2 B. Bartoh
RD2 P. Adams ETN2 R. Fox
ETR2 A. Gibbs V RD2 T. Houghton
ETR2 D. Gloeckler RD3 L. Carter
RDC R. F. Sweetman
ETR3 G. Kennington ETR3 R. Nelson
ETN3 D. Kresin
RD3 J. O'Connor RDSN L. Bowen
RD3 D. Wood
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and all that surrounded
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'DISK GROLLP ATTACKS Saweofsvf
Dateline - BERMUDA - LATE SATURDAY EVENING.A TASK 3 FLYING RWMQR
GROUP CONSISTING OF TWO NAVY DESTROYERS AND AIRCRAFTV
NATIONAL WATERS ON THE
IT WAS A SUBMARINFH.
,After repeated buzz-
AN UNARMED SAILBOAT IN INTE
PRETENSE THAT THEY nTHOUGHT
ing of the boat by fix-N 7531! 50714 E 'gfqcflf
ed wing aircraft and
hr In an attempt to regain
,thier Qmemer status, Eng-
light messages sent byyineering head cleaners,
both ships, the attack
funder the direction of MRl
was finally broken offfMoffatt have instituted a
ostensibly to regroup
and find the real sub.
Some feel, however, it
was merely to find an-
other innocent victim.
Sources close to the
action expressed gen-
hnssivo re-modeling program
iaimed at changing their im-
iage. The Motion Sickness
Rating Association has a-
greed to re-inspect at a la-
tor date. However the X
rating Cpersons under 18 no
uine shock at the anger admittedD'will stand until
generated at the sailw
the submarine's call
sign. In.the words of
one witness, HI thoughth
it was funnier than holly
y the re-modeling is comple-
ppted. A spoksman for the
ANMSRA confided that he ndid
l not fool the head would bo
boats failure to answer
ready by fnepinsypeo deadline
but donft let the Ca tain
y Doktor Strange
nequal time for the
W CLEANS k'DIRTYS
A nSailorn is a clean
A nSeamann is a dirty
IENA: Do we need sheets?5 1 SUPPEY-SKINNY -as
BORGE: Yes, one.
ENAZ A pillow?
BGRGE: Yes, a pillow.
VILGOT SJOMAN - from
?Mr. Goss must be worried
Qboht something. People say
lhe sleeps asttho.he'wero'
HI AM CURIOU3, Yetnevilaviwm OH versace 1
Nwhat Ensign took his first
shower of the cruise on
Mothers Day...and why?
What.Second Class Sonar-
man is living proof of
T110 ory?. Q A
The UHOLY HELON is alive
and well. It just didn't
'want to get involved.
Teday's laws delve into
tha t obscure field of
thought known as Mathema-
tics. Even with the Nwmv
Mathn, old Murph's laws
are still as valid as
ever.'Wp continue with
installm nt three of the
A- In any given miscal-
culation, the fault will
never be placed if more
than one person is involvec
B- Any error that can
creep in, will.
C- All constants are
D- A decimal will al-
ifways be misplaced.
E- In a complex calcu-
lation, one factor from
the numerator will always
move into the denomenator.
Eifiwdlyhwffl filo. Ifcg ,O,O., I I HWGQ,
DEAR CRABBY -
Dear Crabby, I live in
confined quarters with
another individual who
not only refuses to
take a nNavy Shcwern,
but any shower at all.
What should I do?
Dear Offonded, First
congradulate him on
his attempt to conserve
doesn't work, try a
IXILQ-.DX fox? NJA Pt
O What was really behind Satur-
day Evenings unprecidented at-
tack on the defensless sailboat?
1 As a npro-sailingn paper, The
Daily Deceiver must protest
this type of harrassment by the
HPower Boat Establishment.n
I In all fairness, it must be
teperted that this ship's high-
Yly sophisticated electronic
earsighted pilot with glaucoma.
fresh water. If subtltyiequipment was led astray by a
G.I. Brush and a paint
fDear Crabby is a reg-
ular feature of The
Deceiver. All letters
should be addressed to
the Mess Decks MAAQ
mhis does not, however, excuse
the ship from sending a written
apology via ncarriern pigeon to
to the slighted vessel,
3 Any repeat of this performance
will undoubtedly bring a reactio
from the International Yacht
lacing Union. -ED
' I-,-nf, Inu'
gipgrrgas tithe EDITOR
The junior officers
of the Eddy Mac, being
displeased with the
managment of the
MCDONNELL HILTON, are
planning a nsleep-inn
at the HILTON to pro-
test for an 8 hour
work day, no watches
and weekends off.
signed, THE SNIPE
' we think Mr. Redd has an
H eyesight problem. Either
t that or he's part Polack.
IWho else would use Binecularsl
T in Sonar Control.
LTJG Neisingh Cotherwise
J known as nEasy Ridernj has
,given up motorcycles, so he
says. However, he's the
only one who answered the
, ,motor scooter ad in DD V01 1
Dear SNIPE No. l, and personally I
Right on! ythink the Chaplin's worried
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O O W T FLYING TIPS
MORE CIEANS a DIRTYS
H U Use epoky glue for the
Ottern is a clean
VBeaverN is a dirty
,feathers on your new wings,
,since'wax melts when you
get too close to the sun.
N THE ,HOLE
Is EMC Kimball really
suffering from 'Dunlops
s are threat
cut off the
er to force
the rest of us to break
out our o
OHEA LTH Noms
5 Use caution when play
all on the
W Seems like Ens. Idster
1S'WOTT16d Lisbon bar
tenders won't know how
to fix a MINT JULEP.
Is STG2 latz secret
ly preparing for a
up on Pen-
shots new in
p, It s hang
ing on the wall by th
SWitCHo" o 0 0
fine an is printed nightly
on the midwatch. Dist
Ed in Chief-RA Behring
Cont. Ed.-RC Piers
Letters to ED. do not
the attitude of DD or
its staff. -ED
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