England (DLG 22) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1967

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I N(Si; ' " m t£y USS ENGLAND DLG - 22 WESTPAC 1967 USS ENGLAND (DE-635) The USS ENGLAND (DLG-22) is the second ship of the Fleet to bear the name. Both were named in honor of Ensign John Charles England, USNR, who was killed during the attack on Pearl Harbor while serving aboard the USS OKLAHOMA. The original USS ENGLAND (DE-635) amassed a brilliant war record unequalled in the annals of naval warfare. While on patrol in the South Pacific, this scrappy destroyer escort sank six enemy submarines in the last two weeks of May 1944, a record that no other naval vessel could ever hope to approach. For her gallantry in action, she was awarded the Presi- dential Unit Citation. The new ENGLAND was built by Todd Shipyard Corporation, San Pedro, California. She was commissioned on 7 December 1963 at Long Beach Naval Shipyard. Designated a guided missile frigate, she approaches the size of a light cruiser with a length of 533 feet, a beam of 54 feet, and a full load displacement of 7, 600 tons. Her crew consists of 21 officers and 350 enlisted men. She is powered with modem steam turbines and has a maximum speed of over 30 knots. Her air-conditioned messing and berthing spaces were designed with habit- ability in mind, making her one of the most comfortable ships in the navy . ENGLAND is equipped with the most versatile weapons systems in the Fleet today and is a powerful asset to the U.S . Navy in the effort to keep the peace. Outfitted with the most modem electronic and weapons equipment she can effectively deal with any threat on the high seas. Her extended range sonar facilitates early detection and engagement of hostile sub- marines should the need arise. Long range detection equipment coupled with an effective anti-aircraft missile system present a formidable threat to attacking aircraft. Her TERRIER missiles are capable of intercepting and destroying enemy planes many miles from their in- tended targets . ENGLAND is the flagship of COMMANDER DESTROYER SQUADRON THIRTEEN and is a unit of CRUISER DESTROYER FLOTILLA NINE. - ■ ' I .ENGLAND 1963 w K FLEET TO BEAR THE NAME Prld w. - :-- Krr- SUBMARINE PATROL- 1944-1945 Rgoi ' iBAar ofisp. ■—-, —r ■- ' ,T — RESIDENTIAL CITATION WAS mk Lm v m ASIATIC F .cr " :c H 1 9 4 4 " combat or r - — - — - -TO- - J . . KH BATTLE STARS WERE AWai SOLOKOF ISL : , J ' w 19||H| ASIATIC ' ' PACIFIC y5.r r- B BB " ASl MENT (6 ST BATTLE OF THB E .-oI EoMONS ' ' ytr LEYTE I H . OKIF ,- ... V - . H H ' ' ' ' HISTORICAL NOTE 2 COMMANDING OFFICER 6 EXECUTIVE OFFICER 8 ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT 10 WEAPONS DEPARTMENT 22 OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT 36 NAVIGATION DEPARTMENT 46 EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 48 SUPPLY DEPARTMENT 50 PORTS OF CALL 58 AWARDS 60 VIP ' s 62 SAR I II 64 AT SEA 66 IN PORT 72 COMMANDING OFFICER CAPTAIN ROBERT HENRY EWING Captain Robert Henry E wing was born in Lockney, Texas on 17 February 1922. He grad- uated from the United States Naval Academy in June of 1944. His first tour of duty was aboard the USS SALT LAKE CITY (CA-25) as Gunnery Officer during the occupation of the Philippines, Iwo Jinia and Okinawa. He then served aboard the USS BREMERTON (CA-130) as Fire Control and Engineering Division Officer and the LST-1144 as First Lieutenant and Operations Officer. While on duty ashore Captain Ewing served as an instructor in Marine Engineering at the Naval Academy and as Combat Information Center Officer at the Fleet Training Center in Charleston, South Carolina. He then served as Executive Officer of the USS H. P. JONES (DD-427) and Commanding Officer of the USS ORIOLE (MHC-33) and USS WALDO COUNTY (LST-1163). Captain Ewing then served as Flag Lieutenant to Commander Naval Forces Japan followed by a tour of duty as Executive Officer of the USS R. E . KRAUS (DD-849). He then attended the Armed Forces Staff College in Norfolk, Virginia, served in the recruiting section of the Bureau of Naval Personnel and had command of the USS FOREST SHERMAN (DD-931). Captain Ewing comes to the USS ENGLAND (DLG-22) after attending the Industrial Col- lege of the Armed Forces in Washington, D.C. He is married to the former Elisabeth Hof- fert of Barney, North Dakota and has two children, Robert 12, and Linda 10, Captain Swing ' s family is currently residing in San Pedro, California. EXECUTIVE OFFICER COMMANDER RANDALL WAYNE YOUNG Commander Randall Wayne Young was born in Fort Wayne, Indiana on 26 October 1924. After graduating from the Naval Academy in 1949, CDR Young served aboard the USS SOUTH- ERLAND (DDR- 743) in t he billets of First Lieutenant, ASW Officer, Communicator, and Navigator. The SOUTHERLAND operated in Korean waters. Transferring in 1951 to USS McCORD (DD-534), again operating in Korean waters, he served as Gunnery Officer, ASW Officer, and Navigator . After his two year tour of duty, CDR Young went to Brooklyn, New York, to take com- mand of the USS PC-1182. In July 1954, PC-1182 was transferred to the Chinese Nationalist Navy. After two years in Japan as ASW Training Officer, CDR Young attended the U.S . Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California. Graduating in May 1959 with a Master of Sci- ence degree in Electrical Engineering, he next took command of the USS PRIME (MSO-466). Reporting aboard USS ENGLAND (DLG-22) on 29 January 1966, CDR Young has served as Executive Officer and will be leaving shortly to take command of the USS SOMERS (DDG-34). He is married to the former Miss Shizuko Makino of Mamakura, Japan and has three children, Kumi Marianne, Tomi Randall, and Riki Gerard. ENGINEERING LCDR KENDRA B 8Hb Mi ' J B DIVISION M DIVISION 10 R DIVISION DEPARTMENT The engineering department is respon- sible for propelling the ship through the water, and furnishing the various services required - lighting, heating and air condi- tioning, phones , and water . E DIVISION 11 M DIVISION ENS JOHNSON W,;a Campbell, MMC Woolley, MMl Llarinas, MMl 12 Davisson, MM 2 Carlton, MM 3 Leach, MM3 McGrady, MM3 Roe, MM3 Graham, MM3 Alexander, MM3 Senior, MM3 Coe, MM3 Lilley, MM3 Dean, FN James, FN McEnnerney, FN David, FN Burnett, FA i Theobald, FA Arrington, FA Bendon, FA 13 R DIVISION y .T. LTJG CUSTODI Reeves, DDC Nielson, SFC Davis, MRl Holton, SFl Stracener, MMl Burrucker, ENl 14 Pollock, MM 2 Peyroux, MM2 Hazelwood, SFM2 Priday, MRS Mayberry, SF3 Richardson, BT3 Berry, ENS Lewellyn, SF3 Anderson, DCFN Lehtola, FN Sullivan, FN Miller, FN Veno, FN Calleja, FN Salazar, FN Johannes, FN 15 E DIVISION 16 Milbiuy, EM2 Davidson, EM2 Cazabat, EM2 Williams, EM2 Elkins, IC2 Lively, IC3 Day, EMS Gildersleeve, EM3 Orsick, IC3 Hopper, EMFN Backus, ICFN Buckley, EMFN Tomczyk, EMFN Yanonis, ICFN 17 B DIVISION LT DEWEY Terry, BTl Leene, BTl 18 Hoot, BT2 Jones, BT2 Riojas, BT2 Harrison, BT3 Cota, BT3 Wilcox, BT3 PPF| Caswell, BT3 Lovegren, BT3 Wilson, BT3 Martinez, BT3 Tutterow, BT3 Heckman, BT3 Unrien, BT3 Brush, BT3 Ri Iglesias, FN Romo, FN Middletown, FA 19 Rutkowski, FA Yancy, FA Rivera, FA Rask, FA Shawver, FA King, FA Brown, FA Nesbit, FN 20 m : WEAPONS LCDR VARNADORE WA DIVISION WM DIVISION 22 WD DIVISION DEPARTMENT With missiles, guns, torpedoes, and ASROC, the weapons department is very capable of engaging and destroying any foe . WF DIVISION 23 WA DIVISION LTjG SHIGETANI Dolge, STl Gray, STCS 24 Bishop, ST2 Brown, ST2 Kelley, STG3 Orosz, STG3 Hanson, STG3 Schnoor, STG3 Hill, STG3 Davis, STG3 Durst, STG3 Trask, STG3 Sharp, GMG3 Bums, STGSN PPP Niestadt, STGSN Thornberg, STGSN 25 WM DIVISION LCDR STINSON Ruth, FTMl t Adams, GMGl ' W. -. ' 26 Buteau, GMM2 Sommerville, GMM2 Rustenbach, GMM2 Smitii, FTM2 Davis, FTM2 Gamble, FTM2 Givens, FTM2 Yoder, GMM3 Hughes, GMM3 m ' Long, GMM3 Lucas, GMM3 M J Butterfield, GMM3 ■ Crosbie, GMM3 Harris, GMM3 McClendon, GMM3 Ruth, GMG3 McGregor, GMG3 McKnight, FTMSN Riley, SN 27 WF DIVISION n ' . : Anglin, FTCS Randies, FTMC Wilson, FTMC 28 Kopczynski, FTMl Eberly, FTMl Martin, FTM2 Cox, FTM2 Fregoe, FTM2 Berg, FTG2 Knight, FTM2 Hart, FTM2 Sladick, FTM2 Grahame, FTM2 Kim, FTM2 Devalon, FTM2 Moon, FTM3 Holder, FTM3 Bergen, FTM3 Edmonds, FTM3 Wilson, FTM3 Widener, FTM3 Denniston, FTM3 Strome, FTM3 29 Muller, FTM3 Jolley, FTM3 Mason, FTM3 North, FTM3 Burns, FTMSN Leal, FTGSN Beauregard, SN Smith, SN |K J P l ' ' l " ' - " P3 ■ :: m M - - jgr lTM h J fc p I PI " 1 IHJI ttW ' M 1 - WD DIVISION LTJG GULLETT Bowman, BMl 32 Kreps, BM3 Soulis, BM3 Williams, BM3 Baker, BM3 Wasserman, SN Hilton, SN Bowman, SN Young, SN Barletta, SN Ross, SN Plummer, SN Storey, SN Koppinger, SN Marynowski, SN Mew, SN Block, SN 33 Boughton, SN Conrad, SN Gaal, SN Medrano, SN Gomes, SN Holmes, SN Collins, SN Olmstead, SN 34 OPERATIONS LCDR FITZGIBBONS OI DIVISION r . !.(■.; • ■■ » OC DIVISION 36 DEPARTMENT The operations department is the nerve center of ship. With highly complex radars and communications gear, the department is responsible for detecting, evaluating, and reporting any situation that might threaten ENGLAND. The communications equipment allows rapid and efficient information ex- change under any conditions . OE DIVISION 37 OE DIVISION ENS KIRCHHEVEL Silkowski, ETl 38 Potter, ETN2 Fulmer, ETN2 Itak, ETN2 McCluskey, ETN2 Schneider, ETR3 Burt, ETRSN Zweigenbaxim, ETRSN Roberts, ETR3 Sant, ETR3 Marek, ETR2 Shea, ETNSN Sawall, ET2 Garrett, ETR3 Yeaton, SN 39 OC DIVISION Eckler, SMI Proctor, RMl Horn, RMCS 40 Livingston, RMS Summers, RMS Charity, RMS Dey, RMS Meier, RMS Hennen, RMS Dudley, SMS Costello, SMS Winn, SMS 41 OI DIVISION LT HEATHERLY LT MATISOO ENS PUS Kielty, RDl Copeland, RDl Murray, RDl 42 Allen, RD2 Lien, RD2 Braslow, RD2 Bartlett, RD2 Cannon, RD2 Haver, RD2 Kinard, RD3 Etchen, RD3 Cook, RD3 Marshall, RD3 Walker, RD3 Fergerson, RD3 Wasser, RD3 Chambers, RDSN 43 McGuirk, RDSN Bragg, RDSN Beck, RDSN Lawrence, RDSN Sterling, SN Balfe, SN Carver, SN Conroy, SN Coleman, SN Neal, SN Paugh, SN Moulton, RDSN Lipovsky, RDSN 44 NAVIGATION DEPARTMENT LT KAISER Wight, QM3 Scott, QMl LT BULLOCK La Font, QMS Tyson, SN Rodriguez, SN Krystofiak, SN Selenski, SN 46 47 EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT ENS WADE Edgington, YNC «kS Gomez, PN3 Dotie, PCS Gutchell, YN3 Labowsky, PNSN 48 49 SUPPLY DEPARTMENT LT LYNAM LT REUSCHER LTJG LAW Callahan, SKI Pandes, SDl Hausen, SHI 50 1 Prigun, SH2 Harris, SH2 Brown, CS2 Smith, CS3 Braley, SK3 Thornton, SK3 Little, CS3 Saldivar, SD3 Roberts, SKSN Belcher, SN .J " Ongaco, SK2 Sites, CS2 Spivey, SK2 Bailey, DK2 PHiPIS Foust, SN Cximmings, SN Samson, TN Gamer, SN 51 Garrido, TN Cuatero, TN Valle, TN Hinayhinay, TN Ramirez, TN Dayco, TN Oliver, SKSN Savoie, SN Paino, SN Kelton, SN Burch, SN Hammock, SN ppn Carrol, SN Beckman, SN Moses, SH2 • %m. 52 If- l INSPECTIONS PORT AND AT SEA HELO OPERATIONS i 57 PORTS . . . PEARL HARBOR DA NANG 1 n HONG KONG AWARDS Gillespie, TM2 All-Navy Light Heavywei t Boxing Champ Two GREEN DRAGONS display medals for heroism during rescue under fire 60 SHIPOVE VISIT OF COMCARDIV THREE 62 RADM WALKER COMCARDIV THREE 63 SAR I HC-l DET 17 " THE GREEN DRAGON " 64 SAR II HC-l DET 3 " BENNIES BOYS ' 65 ON STATION . . . Fishing floats. . .or mines? 66 . .IN THE TONKIN GULF Wet but grateful pilot 67 The shark that got in the way GENERAL QUARTERS 250TH SAFE HELO LANDING 69 LEISURE AT SEA RELAXATION IN PORT iJ 3|j£ F ' ■ w- ' 9fif99j K0f M " . B ' JLi l i ■ ; • • 72 73 ORPHANS ' PARTY - HONG KONG Bullseye This man is about to become an Old Salt, ' 3 ' HOMECOMING 79 ADVISOR LAYOUT PHOTOS ENS THOMPSON HANSON, GMM3 DEVALON, FTM2 LOGSTON, SA BROWN, STG2 80 - ,? ! ' y,-k . ■ ' i ' ' ■■: :


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