Elliot (DD 967) - Naval Cruise Book

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'NCQ mb ..., v-5:5-Q, QQ"-0: Zio 'wmbqgl-+'2'-amen Bog U1 m flfamm 'IS W- QQEIQ v-"5Q,ep mrs mg m'm.3-f,Q,gm.5.',5- 2 5 is Ssgbsmwz U s PH H Smmgssg in 2 Q gm'--'Cor-. 5 9 mga, '03 ' ' fl! State Teachers College. In December of 1967 Lieutenant Commander Elliot -volunteered for duty in Vietnam, where he served as Commanding Officer, PBR Squadron 57, operating in the Mekong Delta. Under his command, his squadron of river patrol boats achieved an outstanding comba t record, serving in several major riverine operations. On December 29, 1968 Lieutenant Commander Elliot was killed in action while leading his squadron in a riverine interdiction mission. Lieutenant Commander Elliot's awards include the Legion of Merit, the Bronze Star, the Purple Heart, the National Defense Service Medal, the Vietnam Service Medal with two bronze stars, the Vietnam Gallantry Cross with palm, the National Order of Vietnam C5th Classj, the Vietnam Campaign Ribbon, the Armed Forces Expedition Service Medal, and the U.S. Navy Expedition Medal. 3 v W f N WN x . 4 1 w f f si P W W W X X , f 7 -M., 3 A ,W f 1 mf W I A QW KW Comman ding fioer COMMANDER DOUGLAS M. NORTON, UNITED STATES NAVY Commander Norton was born in Mobile, Alabama, on April 11 1943 He married the former Jan t ! ' e Johnson of Coronado, California, where they presently reside with their children Jeff and Susan. At graduation in 1965 from the U.S. Naval Academy he was awarded the Westcott Prize for his senior paper in the field of naval history. 1 Commander Norton assumed command of USS ELLIOT DD-967 in January 1981. Commander Norton has received the following decorations: the Defense Superior Service Medal, the Na A h' ' vy c ievement Medal and the Combat Action Ribbon In recognition of h' . IS personal and professional achievements he was selected by the U.S. Jaycees for recognition as one of the Outstanding Young Men of America in 1978. 6 ommanding' Officer COMMANDER STEPHEN R. FARROW1 UNITED STATES NAVY Commander Farrow, a native of Lemoyne, Pennsylvania, was commissioned through the NROTC program in June 1965 upon graduation from Dartmouth College. Commander Farrow is married to the former Donna Rudge of Pensacola, Florida. They have two daughters, Lisa and Jennifer. Commander Farrow assumed command of USS ELLIOT DD-967' in July 1983. Commander Farrow's decorations include the Legion of Merit, three awards of the Navy Commendation Medal, the Navy Achievement Medal and various unit and campaign citations. 1 7 Execu tive Officer A LIEUTENANT COMMANDER ROBERT H. RANKIN, UNITED STATES NAVY Lieutenant Commander Rankin hails from Jacksonville, Florida. After graduation from Jacksonville University, he completed Officer Candidate School and was commissioned in August 1971. He is married to the former Joanna Erwin of Cookeville, Tennessee. They have four children, Elizabeth, James, Jennifer, and John. Lieutenant Commander Rankin has received the following decorations: Navy Commendation Medal, Navy.Achievement Medal, Combat Action Ribbon, and the Battle Efficiency Ribbon. 8 is YH 1. The formal change of com- mand ceremony is a time honored tradition in the United States Navy. On Monday, 18 July 1983, While anchored off' the coast of Thailand, Commander Farrow relieved Commander Norton as Commanding Officer. Change 0 Comm an d Cerem oni es I Ama, 9 Turning over the keys. "In each ship there is one man who, in the hour of emergency or peril at sea can turn to no other man. There is one who alone is ultimately responsible for the safe navigation, engineering performance, accurate gunfire and morale of his ship. He is the Commanding Officer. He is the ship! This is the most difficult and demanding assignment in the Naqy. There is not an instant during his tour as Commanding Officer that he can escape the grasp of command responsibility. It is a duty which most richly deserves the highest, time-honored title of the seafaring world . . . CAPTAIN." lu., 43' l 'U l S L :M Fair winds and following seas On Saturday, 3 September 1983, we hosted the Desron Twenty Five change of command ceremony. That morning word was received to prepare to get underway in response to the Soviet downing of the South Korean commercial air liner. While a ship 's contingent conducted the ceremony with proper dignity and honors, others made ready for sea. , , 9-W 'hi s f' x t. 3 S1 V7 . 'f 41 f , w ss, . V, X WMS fig x f7. f Chaplain Clifford, Capt. Powers, Capt. Clark, Capt. 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VANDERSLI CE GSM 8 ROBERT THOMPSON GSM3 GSM3 GSMFN CC WANERSKI WAYNE WHISLER HARVEY LEE III GSEFN FN JAMES STEEN CRAIG DEMELLO 35 " 'ff -1I:11.5i4a:,a,ai..,x.9.4.e,.A...,...,.,..:Xa.f...,Lg4.g.xr..Lf. f:1a',1Lf,.Jf,,a..n.f4-uf.i.1.:.1.Z.g4....,.,-.-..p:,: 1,-. X.-X Af.. ff: ' aw,--XL - 44, V- , ,...: Y. ..H,,--,x1Q.-+- 1 -vfm...-- ww..- Q- -,, e C ENSIGN Hwofswg HT2 HT2 MARK R SCHAEEER STEVEN M LEMORE JAMES GIST KENNETH SPARKS HT3 HT3 HT8 RONALD SHAW BURT MAGGIO KEVIN CROW MR3 JIMMIE McC'ARTNEY HUG I I , I ,S l : P fr y . if , v 5 f q VTX Q f r 1 fx' C A f K A I f W 'I' X X A-1 ' x 'A ff J ZW? fy i I fu f11""'-'h . ,-nuF"""- XM i f I. A, Ijtrlll V1 .N 51:2 1 f , rj.: Q" - mix HQ 4 Q I Q' X UI X,f .Xxx A L Q f O 551275 if I Flight uarters! 88 Although ELLIOT did not deploy with a helo onboard, We conducted numerous ASW ops throughout the cruise with both LAMPS and H-3 helos, as well as an HSS-2B from Japan. The parts transfers and ver- treps brought much needed supplies, and personnel transfers were helpful for bringing on new men and taking personnel off for emergency leave. in Piss hr EW Ilia lim- :ak m qu: iii Chalk up another one Deck Landing Qualifications were another reason for flight ops, as were the helo crash drills for fire party training. ELLIOT handled one actual emergency landing, manning flight quarter stations in less than three minutes to receive a helo forced down by bad weather. ALL 420 take-offs and landings for the Westpac were incident free. Easyrider five nine, operat- ing from USS BADGER, made the most appearances. Congratulations to everyone involved with flight quarters for a clean and safe record. Flight uar ters! f 39 With lots of hungry mouths to feed, the galley crew was up by 0430 every morning. Three meals a day plus 'midrats' underway calls for a lot of planning and preparation, as well as a lot of food. The port and starboard galley crews cooked up over 69,000 eggs and 1500 pounds of bacon for Westpac breakfasts. Some 5466 pounds of 'sliders' and 3,666 pounds of french fries made for quite a few lunches, and the crew ate over 1,100 gallons of ice cream for dessert. Of course we can 't forget the thousands of breakfast pastries, cakes, pies, and delicious homemade bread courtesy of the night baker. Well done, Food Service Personnel! Food Service v ,gf ails I I 5 f f as i s Qs 9 N J 1 ' mm 'wf N 3rM,gQ . ,LQNQ N It's not Campbells, but it's still mmm, mmm, good The crew of ELLIOT handled 42 refuelling evolutions during the Westpac, Many of which were carried out under adverse weather conditions. Six of the refuellings were performed in port, and three of them found us refuelling USS BROOKE. ELLIOT received almost 5 Ma million gallons of fuel C 78,000 gallons of which were transferred to USS BROOKE Q. Aside from fuel, UNREPS delivered many essential and luxury items such as: replacement parts, tons of mail, real milk, and fresh food. Rigging for high-line transfer 42 ,biz 5 X V X S Z .mar M x mf "I could really go for a cup of coffee. " ELLIOT refueI11ng BROOKE Qu' 3.33 , N ,tif ff, if XWW xkx. 703 , H , fy, , , x f ,r"YX" A if : I I Phone f Talkers n ze: H no in fit sas lt U. ' Iii , W K e illif' I guess you re callmg that a poor f1X huh? 'Breaker one-nine, I 'm looking for another copy. S l Z ,, , ,M , , , ,,.:., ,,. , N ,,, ':., ,, ,.,, . '?, : , N ,V 1 Sleepers Sleepers "Continue slnps' Work already? ZZZZ ZZZ Reading was a way to escape from the pressure of many days at sea ARRGGHH!!! .ii Elliot The Chief Striker "Coffee is my life' The Job Swim call off Luzon, early May The Chief "O'offee's still my life" if SNNNK' fi .f ' X lf 4 zz ff A wif i SITE T. V. provided news, Weather and entertain- ment during the evening hours. E Iiot "Just a little off the top, please." Z, My The Job Green Weenie Man to the rescue! Many hours were spent in the never ending, but impor- tant, task of keeping a fighting ship clean. Col. Ed Foote, the PACE instructor, taught a total of 7 valuable courses for the crew. 'f . f' f s .Wy gbwf, 71 , f N f X Af , X , X f X ff f ZW f fff A . f 1- ' if I . IV, W 7 Z1 w x W W '.A. ff 4 ---sf. ..-V,-L-Y,.,-.,,-.y-13:5-3-ig.-Q .. ,:,.,.,, ,.. gr ' fx -I-'X sw-nf-xwnsg 4 1--1 Q-fa ff 1-wmv g- .N 12- x x xx x M Q X NX sm xx Fan tail B ar-B -Q ues evade K "I asked for pheasant under glass, but all they had were sliders!" ELLIOT would operate at sea for many days at a time. After one of these stretches everyone found themselves run down. What better Way to relax than a fantail bar-b-que? Each department fand even the chiefsj put on at least one bar-b-que. We enjoyed everything from hamburgers, chicken, and hot dogs to spare ribs and delicious marinated steaks. Burp! 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F , 5 Vice Admiral Hogg, COM- SEVENTHFLT, visited us on 9 June and 28 October, 1983. He used the opportuni- ty of a second visit to tour ELLIOT and talk with the crew. He congratulated the crew for ELLIOT's outstanding perfor- mance throughout the Westpac. E 62 Many boat launches and recoveries were conducted under the cover of darkness arin es The Marine Reconnais sance unit prepares to float ashore unobserved. 1 dy -4m -W! 'F f-Z .?" Q , ,IXAIM 2 f 1 g . . 1 f A 1- ,.,, X , 12 QQ 6,, Y ' 1 X , M cj Q-Qigzf 45 K.,-f"f-.5 Y v 15 Q 4' 9223: , 52 f"6 5 1 f fig?- ,.Jl- I ,XR i i is EE' ::23a.Q2i352gg 4331 H W 21 ' N - .. , " AN .. 1 ' -f-..f. ml if ' A 1 5, 1 ff'WmWWMm2aQ2L f Xxx 4 x l X f 122 ' Xx x " - X fl? J' '- ' 'X '12 A fy 1. 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' 1-.-.f-4xar.f.,,-:tid-.:-:1,.f, .milf -.4-,Q N . .Aga--..1,,.- .N -,-.1,...-.gJ..s.vg-Q... .-4.5 ,...- X .- uk H , ., , g-,1.-.. , 1-:Hif-,:,.d-.-N,..,,,-. 1 1 i 1 f , f"'f:'3'- , f N 2 1 5 7 rn, On base recreation, NA VSTA Subic NC1 Crossland and ET1 Johnson lose their inhibitions Philippines fix Q, 324 fi! N?MNK,f Shoppers bargaining on Texas St. Korea Fresh Fish? , 0 1, M, I I Korean Temple 5 hinhae 62 Pusan, Korea 1 1 , .1 41' K l WV Whats your S1Z6?U f , l Nuff A5 I 3 i I F I 7 . ELLIOT found our Korean Allies to r be excellent hosts. Our 3 stops in Korea brought new adventures in food and drinlr - lrimchee 62 oscar, and the shopping in Pusan is among the best to be found. Crewmembers also took time out to visit and help out at two orphanages. ,rv vm- ? Til' in A .,,,n on Admiral Yi Sun-Sin, 16th Century Countryside between Chinhae and Pusan inventor of the "turtle boat." K. ,MF . - . , ,. , ,. ,. . -,,.,.,, , - 1- W '1.,-QLZQ-,x.3,,i,'-2.11 , . ,, '3 Q.v,:-.. ,,g.,..Vf54.f,-a.5L..:.1-,Aa:..,,.g-.gs-..Anna-L-.1,.e:..,-,...,..,..,f.,,',1n,..,..,,..,.:-,..,.,. Aa- W--. .. Buddist Temple fx 71 I N1-:qw A Jaws' .N b Ground Zero, Aug 9, 1945 Nagasaki J J 5 i 1 5 P J A W if .1 fyhfuow 99 Island Tour ,, ,,,,, A ,, ,XWK , - , W , , Mwftw . , r H'AM A ' Q Goin for home ,..,, The CO takes a break wh1le Mrs Ba1acon1s and Mrs Jackson watch the game x 4 1 um, ,W 'f f M :Mn Japan Sasebo was the scene of two upkeep periods for ELLIOT. Time was available to enjoy tours, shop in the Mile Long Mall, or relax at a sento. Good American food was available at the Harbor View Club on base, and just about everyone tried the slot machines. An easygoing atmosphere and friendly people made Sasebo a very relaxing port. Wwifiiwiwxhwmw bwy qw fiffwtgm 0 wg M 7wf7'i"i" W' My X ,' fo. ft M. 4 we JMBJM 411.03 'S 'Na QE' Wu. STM 'F 3 'fi' tif? FSJJX Phattaya, Thailand The International Tourist Town of Phattaya Beach was one of ELLIOT's favorite ports. While some took in the sights with tours of Bangkok and the temples, others took advantage of the excellent prices on gems and precious stones. The open air bars and restaurants were a favorite Wi th everyoneg and the care-free atmosphere of this resort made it a hard place to leave. Tropical rest area Temple on a canal in Bangkok www' 4 wi 2' 5 'ff ' W ,Mm gnu HHH ,935 Ulf N51 KK There's the bar I 've been looking for!" N X! X X S e ix .. NX .4 ,QS ,ffm 'S K . . .Xt X5 J -. XMN M. L is 'bf ,,,,. ....,,.. -V ,. ,,,,,,,,....,, ,,.. ..,. ... .,-,....... ,,,....f.. .-.-,-WM ,,-f......- Wm.-... ,Mm-M """"""' W,,w,....... What Chzcken? Caught with a mouthful ,ww 'WW T "4 1' W ,. W f At the Summer Place, shipmates gather for SHAWS re-enlistment party. To toast or roast? I 2 . .- 1 A 7..,:5:q,..gnxiu. .. 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Crouched low in the boat to avo1d detect1on from Thaz P1rates or V1etnamese Patrol boats were 25 men 13 women and 30 ch1ldren There was no water left some 10 lbs of sugar and l1ttle fuel In SIX days the boat had only made It 100 m1les towards Malaysza Oommandmg Offzcer s Note Well done!! to all hands for every aspect of Operatzon Refugee Rescue From the 1n1t1al szghtmg of the smok1ng boat by the forward lookout to todays orderly debarkat1on you were professmnal quzck to react and compass1onate to people much less fortunate than ourselves I am proud of you all Part1cular BZs go to the boardmg party Bacsee Punneo and h1s ass1stants for outstandzng medzcal care the MSs for thelr food serv1ce efforts the GMAA and h1s supply department ass1stants for orgamzmg the refugees rout1ne crewmembers who spent t1me w1th the refugees and SH2 Johnson for h1s efforts as leadmg bather The refugees w1ll never forget ELLI OT s crew and I would hope you would not forget your expemence wzth them X 1 X J 1 ,N ' :.AX"x. ..-1' rr-,J fi U ff M . . . . . ' 3 4 3 ' 'ic yw. iq-nf' U f ' 1 l , - 2? -?f','-23 I ' ' ' ' '39, fi . a V V I ' ,,..- pf 1 ' - f . ff ,n .-iff! ' ' , ax' 'Cf . . . . . . . 1 I gi , ' , ,Q . . . ' 56: , W . f . . . 1' X . H H . . f ,Nw . S X fn' Y 9 , i 0 a 1 , X 1 s 1 5 i . . . Q , I A ' ' - s F . . . I N 1 1, I . . ,, X y ' X x ' , s 4' 3 X j X 2 1 ff If h ,,...,.w U ,,,,,,A,,,,-,.,-.,,., , . , su. ...,.: .. . ., Y, ., . ,Y.-- -- e V - g , Y L 1ffviigmmgmmmgmmmmmmemeamass Qewwwvwfmwmwwnwwwe S 'c' -e-e The XO reports on the health of the refugees and the condition of their boat. s X BM3 Lockwood and SN Moss show a baby some tender loving care. HOW many refugees? I W W W4 Viwmfff V ,,f if ' M f WWW' ww W f wwf X fff f f' WM MMW ff! Wf on had no 1'eIa1:1ves outs1de of has become harsher on h1s fazmly N1 Age " ff e T" 13 gf' ig at Q "DOO" Punneo examining one of the refugees. Our guests relaxing on the fantail. Statements by the crew: "It makes you feel good knowing you have helped many people in such an important way" - "Great. I'd help anyone to get away from those commies"-"Happy to help someone who needed it. " Many crewmembers donated clothing and toys. Our refugees smile as they leave us and face the unknown future 1: ...Aw 4 A ,,,, -N, ,, --V, 1. -1--Y' ' , R Q , , Tiger Cr uise th ers K The Tiger Cruise was a unique opportunity for ELLIOT crewmembers to invite fathers, sons, and brothers along for a segment of our operational deployment. ELLIOT Tigers met us in Pearl Harbor and sailed back to San Diego with us. While onboard they had the chance to observe first-hand what the life of a sailor at sea is really like, and they came to appreciate the many demands placed upon us. While split up into four groups fcarriers, destroyers, submarines, and cruisersj the Tigers were able to participate in a wide range of special activities from firing a machine gun to canning the ship. It was a great experience for everyone. Mount 52 opens fire ? WW Its not all fun and games . . . ICFN Hiclfs helps Gary Bowen with some of his school Work. VI X 1 X F ,+W- W J I i w N 'Tw 3 ix A N l We refuelled USS BROOKE several times during our transit home. WW" VX Q z X S if ,, W. .3 This last bar-b-que was run by the chiefs B 1 Q SQ xx 'M ""' ' Ngunsl Z W az , ,,,, www-V , Ni If , MW!! Sex " Bl Nl H x W, Rs? f Q -.., ff-M 4 f +-unsung N.. E ,ff ' WM Q. M Hy, Down in UCS 11N l M5 r 5 ,,.x,,,,,nn 63 I ll ,Z W' N, eading Home -x x . ,M Q Y I "tk-4, x ,wx -,K X X Inq N kx w w NLKX ..,,, , ,. X .ASN X X .QQ W.-X. X: - Q X X X V s N Q Elliot Babies Amber HIE 1 I I Dia Nm 1011- Os Samantha S. Lockwood lea lf' 9' QW isa 12 .R- ne 1' 00 6 N efg. ELLIOT babies born while their fathers were deployed on our seven month Westpac LaC'he1e Kmg eye!! 0 agcber N1oGafmey . Y JW1 Kyle Sparks The Welcome sight of Coronado Bridge Anxious families- "Underway, shift colors," Was the last word passed. "Horray" we're on our way To our home port at last. The cruise has been terrific. We've learned of many new cultures and ways But .old as the sea. Our memories remain deep Of the hearsay of the Western Pacific Which is no longer a mystery. For many this was the first Yet for others the last, We have all become closer And this has helped the time to pass. The photos we all have Tell a story of fun and glory, But we know that the spices of life have a price. So for our families Who have waited the months through We are greateful and really love you. "All hands to quarters for entering port" f Came clearly over the IMG. Everyone rushed to their stations, For in one hour we would be "Moored . .. shift colors" home at last. SH 1 G. Johnson ,Wm-Yvofff! ' ,ff Mem Miers My and Anxious men S taff Stephen S Stephen 1 Paul W2 D Bobmsln EW3 EN1 KSWQ B Carroll, GMG2 J F1sher, LT A Ford YN1 RM2 D Hogan, BMGISWQ D ENS E Kas1sk1, GSM2 O. Kmg, Mansfield, OSSN J. 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