England (DLG 22) - Naval Cruise Book

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•.ff ' ' ' ma:v ' ii Al ■■a-«.«tig«T ' ' " " ' " " ' I ' " ' • ' ' • ' ' - USS ENGLAND (DE-635) is christened by Mrs. Harry B. England on 26 September 1943. A HISTORY MAKER Seldom, if ever, has one ship altered the courses of a naval war. In WWII, the destroyer escort ENGLAND accom- pUshed this achievement. In the spring of 1944, Admiral Soemic Tayoda, commander of the Japanese fleet in the Philippines, dispatched six submarines to form a scout line from south of True to west of Manus. Their mission was to spy on U.S. fleet movements so that the location of the next American attack could be determined and reinforce- ments dispensed to the proper area in time. scouts, one by one. Nothing was further from the truth, for in reality the American attack was headed for the Marianas. Nevertheless, Japanese planes were ordered from Guam to the Peleus to bolster its defenses, a move which left them severely handicapped in repulsing the Marianas attack. ENGLAND had accomplished more than the sinking of six submarines. She had single handedly altered the course of the Pacific War. Between 19 to 30 May - 12 days - the entire scout line became the victim of a single ship : the ENGLAND. This gave Admiral Tayoda the mistaken impression that a huge task force was charging toward Palau and obliterating his On 9 May 1945, during the Okinawa campaign, the ENG- LAND was attacked and severely damaged by a kamikaze plane. DE-635 was decommissioned on 15 October 1945 and stricken from the Naval registry on 1 November 1945. THE ENGLAND CREST The USS ENGLAND (DE-635) was named in honor of Ensign John Charles England, who reported for duty on board the Pacific Reel battleship USS OKLAHOMA on 3 September 1941, and was killed during the attack at Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1 94 1 . The ship ' s insignia is the crest from the England family ' s coat of arms. The six stars in the outline represent the six Japanese submarines, 1-16, RO-104, RO-105, RO-106, RO- 108 and RO-1 16 sunk by the Buckley Class escort in late May 1944. L A PROUD NAME CARRIED FORWARD A proud name was carried forward, when, on 4 October 1960, the keel was laid for a 630-foot guided missile frigate in the Todd Shipyard Corporation, San Pedro, California, and designated " USS DLG-22. " This future addition to the U.S. Pacific Fleet was launched following ceremonies on 6 March 1962 at which Mrs. Clair Engle, wife of the Honorable Clair Engle, U.S. Senator of California, christened he the " USS ENGLAND. " At left is ENGLAND, sliding down the way. Below: ENGLAND ' takes shape ' after being launched on 6 March 1962. ■■ n-mr sM ji -. --s-. -:,-r;.ag5=-r-:= ni ( m " ■ ll i 1 k i ■ ) ' 1 ,.N j! . JjA iljn m liyb ENGLAND ENTERS COMPUTER ERA A Navy-wide program to enhance the anti-air warfare capabihty of all guided missile frigates decommissioned ENGLAND on 10 April 1970. As part of the modernization program at Bath Iron Works Corporation, Bath, Maine, a Navy Tactical Data System (NTDS) was installed to enable the ship to make decisions in countering high speed air threats. Left: The flag is raised and the first watch set. Below, Right: Commissioned once again on 26 June 1971, ENGLAND re-joins the U.S. Pacific Fleet as a modern ship of the line. COMMANDING OFFICER CAPTAIN JOSEPH J. PAULIS,JR. MARCH 1971-OCTOBER 1972 Joseph J. Paulis, Jr., graduated from Cornell University as an NROTC student and was commissioned an Ensign in February 1948. Captain Paulis has served in the following afloat commands since his commissioning: USS CONSOLATION (AH-15), USS CONWAY (DDE-507), Commanding Officer of LSM- 462, Commanding Offlcer of USS PENDER COUNTY (LST-1080), USS KEARSARGE (CVA-33), USS TOPEKA (CLG-8), Weapons Officer of USS COLUMBUS (CG-12), Commanding Officer of USS SHELTON (DD-790), Surface Warfare Officer on the Staff, Commander SIXTH Fleet, and Commander Destroyer Division THREE TWO TWO. Captain Paulis is married to the former Miss Laura Gay- dosh of Ithaca, New York, presently living in Coronado, California, and they have four children. Captain Paulis wears The Navy Commendation Medal, American Campaign Medal, WWII Victory Medal, China Service Medal, Navy Occupation Medal, National Defense Medal, Korean Service Medal with three stars. Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal for Vietnam, South Korean Presiden- tial Citation, Republic of Vietnam Campaign Ribbon, and the United Nations Service Medal. COMMANDING OFFICER COMMANDER JAMES R. HOGG OCTOBER 1972- James Robert Hogg was commissioned an Ensign in June 1956 upon graduation from the Naval Academy. Early sea duty tours included Gunnery Officer, Communications Officer, and Navigator of USS UNION (AKA-106), and Executive Officer and Navigator of USS FEARLESS (MSO- 442). From 1961 to 1963, he served as Aide and Flag Lieutenant to Commander Amphibious Force, U.S. Pacific Fleet, followed by a tour as Operations Officer of USS ROBISON (DDG-12). In 1965, he reported to the Chief of Naval Operations for duty as Assistant Secretary to CNO for JCS MATTERS (OP-004S). After graduation in 1967 from the Air Command and Staff College at Maxwell Air Force Base, Montgomery, Alabama, he returned to San Diego as Executive Officer of USS KING (DLG-10). In 1969, he served as Operations Officer on the Staff of Commander Cruiser-Destroyer Flotilla NINE, and in 1970, he reported to Commander Cruiser-Destroyer Force, U.S. Pacific Fleet, initially as Assistant Training and Readiness Officer and ultimately as Long Range Planning and Net Assessments Officer. Commander Hogg has one son, James McDERMOTT, who resides with him in Coronado, California. EXECUTIVE OFFICER COMMANDER ROBERT L. STANFORD JANUARY 1972- DECEMBER 1972 Commander Robert L. STANFORD, USN enlisted in the Navy in December 1949, and subsequently attended Ari- zona State University. Upon graduation, he was com- missioned upon completion of OCS in October, 1 956. Prior to reporting as Executive Officer of USS ENGLAND in January 1972, Commander STANFORD completed a three year tour as Officer-in-Charge Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Philippines, Detachment Hong Kong, B.C.C. Commander STANFORD has served in the following afloat commands: USS NOTABLE (MSO-460), USS LOFBERG (DD-759), USS TAUSSIG (DD-760), Commanding Officer USS EXCEL (MS0 39), Executive Officer of the Military Sea Transportation Office, Inchon, Korea, NTDS Instructor at Fleet Anti-Air Warfare Training Center, Dam Neck, Va., and as Senior Logistics Advisor to the Vietnamese Navy, Vietnam. Commander STANFORD is married to the former Miss Ann H. HOLDEN of Baton Rouge, La. They have two children: Christopher (5) and Robert (2), and presently reside in El Cajon, California. FTRE CoWn L TBCHMICIAW CFT)- NMEft. MATC FllSSLES «•« .CD ? Friedrich E. RAITER Weapons Officer TO ' PPGbOMAN S MAT CTM) .GtifWCftt MATC C6M) l »cklH H Ti-N, ' Boats UJ AIM ' 5 math 0M) W DIVISION LT. Kenneth E. PYRZ GMCS Ronald D. KOEHNE GMMl Gary A. BRUNK GMMl Johnny HILL GMMl Everett C. MAGNUSSON GMM2 Ronald R. BOOK 10 GMM2 Charles MEL TZ GMM2 Harry S. FERGUSSON GMM3 Michael F. CRA VEN GMM3 Randy S. PAIVA GMM3 Stephen W. MUNSON GMM3 Wayne DE JONG GMM3 Gary W. BEIMDICK GMM3 William W. MC CLINTOCK GMM3 James F. COPELAND GMM3 George KODILANEN SN Bruce C. MC CULLOUGH GMM2 Lee A. BERRY NOT PICTURED: GMM3 Derrel L. DA VIS 11 FIRST DIVISION LT. Thomas P. MURACH LTJG Phillip C. MARCO BMC William E. MARTIN BMC Raymond E. CAR TER BMl Billierick BEARD BMl DickE. WILTSE - 12 BM2 Thomas A. KLAUDA BM2 Joseph A. KLOCKO BM2RoyE. CLINE BM2 Linn G. FRIIS BM2 Robert G. CARTER BM3 Michael L. PARKER BM3 Clifton A. SARTIN BM3 Charles H. KIMBALL BMSN Mark A . GALL A GHER ;ji " ' n iiiiiiii 13 I -iMIiliillfj uiilnnMlllinj: ' jllllliuK ' .iiuiiiiiiuilM SN Harvey W. THOMPSON SN Victor J. TERZANO SN Michael MORROW SNJimmieG. GREGORY SN Romulus B. DUMLAO SN Floyd G. GUEST SNBrigido T OLEGARIO SN Lowell G. DOUGLAS 14 I siK 1 SN Marvin E. TRYON SN Michael D. MUNSON SN Charles W. JOHNSON SA Bryce ROBERTS SA John D. BAILEY SA Joseph M. OCCHIPINTI SN Steven A. OLIVOTTI SN Michael E. KLINEFELTER 15 SNRandie STRECKENFINGER SA Eugene MEACHAM SA Christophers. WOLFE SN Vernon C. RIVERA, Jr. SN Gordon J. EPPLE NOT PICTURED: SA Thomas THEILBAR S A Marvin L. OWEN SR Steve THOMPSON 16 - " f LTJG Brett W.SMITH ENS David HAAS FTC Darrell E. O WINGS J ' J. SECOND DIVISION GUNNERY VA, m GMGl William J. PHILLIPS FTG2 Robert J. KA UER FTG2 Steven R. ALMQUIST GMG2 Donald D. MUNSON 17 GMG3 George L. SANTAMORE GMG3 Larry B. KISSLER GMG3 William F. LOOKER GMG3 Gerald D. LOMBARD! FTGSN Sidney W. CONNALLEY FTGSN Gilbert J. VAN BLARICOM FTGSN Martin J. LASSWELL SN Ronald D. GREGORY 18 AS DIVISION K NOT PICTURED: LT. Joseph S. RANK c LT. Barry L. BABCOCK STC Walter J. MILLAR TMI Larry D. SMITH GMTl Benjamin E. SNEED ST 1 Douglas HO AG STl Ray MACDONALD iMjm. 19 STG2 Ri chard B. UNGER STG2 Mickey L. MC CAFFER TY STG3 Jan M. CORDES STG3 Stephen A. ALGYA STG3 Estel D. HAYES STG3 Robert K. MONTGOMER Y TM3 Vaughn E. MATTHIE SN Charles E. SHUCKENBROCK SN Kenneth C. DOPHEIDE GMTSN Bill BUMP STGSM Michael SHANK STGSN James W. THOMPSON STGSNRon HODGSON 20 FTMCS Edward W. VAN GUILDER FTMC Robert CVETKO FTMC Gerald M. HEINTZELMAN FTMC Frederick B. GERRARD FTMl Daniel F. SMITH, Jr. FTMl David L. SHAMBAUGH FTMl James M. CRUMPTON FTMl Dennis N. HAMLIN FOX DIVISION I 21 FTMl DarrylK. SMITH FTM2 Charles H. MOTE FTM2 Moses D. YOKOYAMA FTM3 Dale R. BR UNDIGE FTM2 Donald NEVINS FTM3 Jim M. BOYCE FTM3 Thomas R. ZINK FTMSNDaleR. STEPHENS 22 FTM2 Frank P. STA UCH FTMSJohnD. WALLICK FTM2 Lawrence E. TOBKIN FTM2 Michael J. STEWAR T FTM2 Daniel D. HARNESS FTM3 Robert R. DANIELS FTM3 Kenneth D. ST JOHN FTM3 Gerald A. BENNETT FTM2 Stephen G. LA YTON 23 (MM " ) Boilepmaw CHT) P 6, CNGINJEHAhiCBN) LCDR Donald G. REICH Engineering Officer eL6CTRic(AM ' s Mate ( h) K«tl(AM)tK Halt 7«LW 4|CIAW (Mt) LTJG Gregory D. MCDONALD ENS Bruce E. R YCHENER MMCM Edward W. DEITZ MMCRoyD. GODDARD m ' HTCEarlA.JUSSILA ICC Howard G. TRUMBLE NOTPICTURED: BTCM Edward PIEPER ETC Taylor D. KIMBLER 25 R DIVISION BTCHonorio JOAQOIN EMC Marcelinos ERGINO MMC Earl BARNES MMC Richard N. WARNER ICC Dionisio S. NA VARRO HT2 Stephen J. WOOD HT2 Melvin R. JACOBS HT2 John P. PA TTERSON HT2 Emmett H. ASHLEY HT3 Robert M. GEBERT 26 A GANG HT3 Marvin A. BRETSEN HT3 John C. HEY HT3 Gregory W. RUDDELL HT3 Terrell L. DOTY HT3John D. MALAFOURIS HT3John H. ENDERS. Ill HT3 Patrick A . SISSEM HTFN Wayne A. DYCHE MMlPaulJ.ZEMO H. EN2 TommieJ. CHASTAIN MR2 Roger H. SCHMIDT 27 E DIVISION MM3 Oscar I. SEL VERA EN 3 Joseph FELLINGER MM3 Glen E. KENT ENFA James W. MCNAMARA EMI George A. SHAWLEY EM2 Terrence A. WIDHALM ::-d Ji. EM2 Fredrick M. SCHWYHAR T EM2 James J KILIAN EM3Alan W. WILLIAMS EM3 Richard E. WHITTINGTON 28 EM 3 Kurt I. HA WKINS EMFN Charles E. BORDNER FN David MILLER IC2 David R. HERSPERGER IC2 Robert WILLIAMSON IC3 Roy L. HOLCOMB IC 3 Kelly MURPHY IC3 Melvin A. HARRIS { NOT PICTURED: [ EM3 Randy LUNDGREN ICFN Dale C. MARRILL 29 B DIVISION BTl William MACLEOD BTl Advardo KING -RAMOS BT2 James A. CRAMER BT2 Guy D. SPERB BT3 Ward A. CHENEY BT3 Phillip C. DEHABEY BT3 Larry D. DIERICH BT3 Marvin H. GRIGGS NOT PICTURED: BT2 Stephen L. SIMMONS BT2 Harold W. WABBEL 30 BT3 Dan L.HALL BT3 Gerritt KERSBERGEN BT3 Bruce M. RASMUSSEN BT3 Patrick R. SMITH BTFN Gregory M. CHANDLER BTFN Harry DINSMORE, HI BTFN Dennis F. DORANDO BTFN Kenneth J. HEREK BTFN Phillip E. HINRICHS BTFN Dennis J. PALLO NOT PICTURED: BT3 Harvey L. MAGUIRE BT3 Gary L. SPRAGUE II 31 FN Monroe FREEMAN BTFN William VALLANCE BTFA Terry CRANE BTFA Allen KEEN BTFA Bemhard LINDBERG NOTPICTURED FN Arturo JAVIER FN Mark E. REYNOLDS FA JohnR. CHARBONNEAU 32 M DIVISION MMl Hugh G. RITCHIE MM2 Larry G. BRIXIUS MM2 Daniel K. BR YANT MMS Dean BALDWIN MM 3 Terry M. KISSINGER «C MM3 Gerald T. KUCHER NOT PICTURED MM 3 Edward D. ALSPA UGH MM 3 Lester L. BEATTIE MM3 Raymond J. CRAMER MM3 Jerry R. KOSS 33 MM 3 Vance E. REED MM3 Sheldon G. WHITTON MMFN Robert D. LEOPOLD MMFN Darrell L. OSKEY SN Charles M.HILL MMFA Michael V. ROE FA Eugene M. ARTAC FN Ricardo M. GAL VEZ FN Alvin A. MARTIN FN Jack D. O ' ROURKE NOT PICTURED MMFN Richard A. ROBINSOX FN Ray O. MARRILL FN Edward F. McGRA TH 34 -lOQPlTAL COWQ MAM (l-IM) POSTAL CLCR (PC) PrKOUNaMAH CPH) YEOMAN ■ QM2 Charles J. FOX QMSBillieM. YANCEY QMS Brian J W NNEY QMSN John A. O ' BRIAN QMSN Thomas S. JOHNSON SN Lyndon V.HUNT 36 PNl Gary L. SMITH YNlJems M.CRUZ YN3 Richard D. WINTENBURG YN3 Gregory A. LARSON PN3 John M. BORGMEYER PNSN David R. MILES SN Kelly K. BALLARD II 37 POSTAL PC3 William M. HARTSON SN Bradley A. BENNETT HMC Gerald O. HARDENSTEIN HM2 Gilbert R. HOLLAND MEDICAL 38 LCDR Clifford L. HOMAN Operations Officer DMx sysra s TEcwwiciAUctJs) 01 DIVISION LT. Benjamin H. HICKS LTJG Charles T. FOSCUE ENS David E. DABRITZ OSC Leo D. LITTLE OSC Elliott C. OEDEWALT OSC Chester B. SPIVEY OSC Robert BURNETT OSl Robert C. HAMILTON » «i 40 OSl Larry D. MILLER OSl John C. NEWBORN, III OSl Eldon D. WILLIAMS 0S2 Michael R. PETERSON 0S2 Harold L. BECKER OS 2 Glenn E. RIEDEL 0S2GuyREID 0S3 Richard N. WISEMAN OSS John R. IBACH 0S3 Gregory A. LANE NOTPICTURED 0S2J. J. FITZMAURICE OSS Leroy A. HEILMAN 41 0S3 Walter W. CARR 0S3 Wme D. GOODWINE 0S3 Charles D. URBAN OSS Gene T. BARNES YN3 Gregory A. KOCK OSSN David D. DICKENSON OSSN James W. JOHNSON OSSN Allen E. HILDRETH m Wtk 1 r " k H k- hf 1 1 ' 1 L W 1 NOT PICTURED OSS Michael J. RALEIGH OSS Stephen J. ONDERA 42 OSSN Laps KELEMEN OSSN Wesley S. BILLINGTON OSSN Kevin FITZPA TRICK K- SN Jerry G. HENSLEE OSSN Brian K. TRACEY OSSN Leslie M. MER WIN SN Roddie D. LOTT 43 OD DIVISION L TJG David G. VA URIO DSC Michael K. FRONT! DSl Edward E. WINCHESTER DSl LarryA.BEEL DSl Tim D. MIDDLETON DS2 William P. LAMI NOTPJCTURED LTJG Thomas MORRISON AA DS2BruceA. GIESE DS2 Wayne L. TREINEN DS2 Louis D. PIERCE DS2 William J. WALDROP DS2 David W. BEELES DS3 Joseph A. C. CAMPBELL DSSN Ronald J. HA WTREE 45 OE DIVISION ETC Alberto N.DAVIS ETl Charles B. PASCHALL ETl Gail A. SCHOOLEY ETN2 Michael L. BLACK ETR2 Michael BULLENE ETR2 Dennis E. BRIGGS ETR3 Lewis A. DUPONT NOTPICTURED CW02 Clark R. HANSON 46 ETN3 James R. METZGER ETN3 William J. MCANANY ETN3 Michael L. DA VIDSON ETN 3 Steven V. H ARTEL ETNSN Vanolvin ODOM ETRSONEricR. GROENKE ETRSN Warren H. BRIEST ETRSNMark W. LANGEBERG 47 ETRSN Charles R. ELLERSON EWl Thomas L. GARRIS EW3 Kurt A. NORBUT EW3 Michael W. GIBSON 48 ■+• % I RADIOMAN CRW) [■ ®Tr® LT. Roderick F. DAVIS Communications Officer (Relieved Sept.. 1972) LTJG John C. CON NELL, Jr. Communications Officer ,| l k a SIGNALMAN (SM) 49 RMl Craig M. SMITH RMl Francis E. DEGRAFF, Jr. 50 RM2 Steven S. HOLT RM2 Thomas R. FITZPATRICK RM2 Joseph A. VAN CLEAVE i f RM2 Robert C. WELDY RMS Wallace W. BEGNAUD RM3JohnD. UHRING RMS James T. HAUN RMS Talmon A. FINCH NOTPICTURED RMS Everett L WHITNEY RMSN Gary D. LEIGH 51 RMSN William A. RAIL RMSN Toy L. HOLCOMB RMSN William J. SIL VA RMSN Cecil N. COREY RMSN Brad J. BATES RMSN Lawrence S. WHITE SN John A. PARMENTER SM2 Stephan L. POLOVICK NOTPICTURED SMI Billy MILLER - rfr»« -s tt: -w •. M{b.cv 52 SM2 Franklin B. SEAMAN SM3 Michael W. ARD SM3 Timothy R. MCKINNIS SMS Jose R. MEDINA SN Robert R. HI ATT 53 9A P% S UVIC6IAM4 C5W) Steward CSd) commissarvmaW CC€) 5- LTJG John C. RINALDO Disbursing Food Service Officer DKl Emmett F. BOYD DKSN Edward H. WILLIAMS SN Craig CARRINGTON 55 SHI Tommy WASHINGTON SHZFrankA. STAGER SH3 James R. TMMONS SH3 Edward PARKINSON SN Michael R. MONTOYA SN David A. JONES SH3 Dam R. MARMINO SN Paul D. SCHWENDIMAN 56 In Hi [ ' ) " j r SKC Serafin P. TANEGO SKI Larry F. CAREY SK3 Flaviano CHA VEZ SK3 James C. DEGROOT SK3 William E. BRAGG SK3 Ronald S. COLLINS SK3 Delose B. BAKER SK3 RockieL. ERVIN NOTPICTURED SK3 Richard E. KAUTEN SK3 Thomas G. LICKERT 57 CS2 Sammy P. THOMAS CS2 Floyd F. CULVER CSS Ramey R. RUBITSKY CSS Edward C. KIRCHHOF CSS Kevin P. BYRNE SN Rick D. ANDRADE SN Stephen H. RAWAY SN Floyd S. GUEST NOTPICTURED CSl James MOSTELLER CS2 Herman M. HANSON 58 I SD2 Perdo A. DEPASUPIL SDSAlejo V. SIBUMA SD3 Angelito C. MINGLANA TN Hilarion C. ESQUIBEL TN Emmanuel M. DELOSREYES TN Orlando A. YAP NOTPICTURED SDl Cesar F. ANDRES TN Luis P. BARBONIO TN Charles B. HA YDEN 59 m I " D " (deployment) DAY 17 MAY 1972 mm J V 62 PORTS ALONG THE WAY HAWAII GUAM ' AK». SUBIC BAY,P.L 63 ON THE LINE Ir 64 65 •--€7 m. »- ! - " %, ' M ' - " " ? -J ' " %% - . 66 FLIGHT QUARTERS ON THE FANTAIL II 67 68 Mlllili i||!5y ' li ' , hllffi ' f U1.1U, ... AND THE FOC ' SLE it ••I ' .iiiii 1 ;i I 69 MAKING THE BEST OF IT 70 vC7 v: 7»Tr 71 - B ' % d - ' ' 1 § i: -,-: ! 74 t ■ ,-»-, - g- rg? 75 iiH ' i-fS U :lff! H ' " ■nj ' i l Wrf • I , - - Tm Mflba Qfi-i oo iff I ' •.-■■;• ' ■■■ " h URYV )lk • • 78 BACK TO WORK 79 80 ...AND WATCHES 81 82 m REPLENISHMENTS UNDERWAY 83 TV ?) 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