Falgout (DER 324) - Naval Cruise Book

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As USCGC FALGOUT QWDE-3241, the ship was assigned to the Thirteenth Coast Guard District, After serving in this capacity for two and one half years, FALGOUT was decommissioned in May 1954, at the Mare Island Shipyard, On June 30, 1955, FALGOUT was again commissioned as QDER-3241. On October 20, 1955, she ar- rived in Seattle, Washington, and commenced radar picket duties. In March 1959, FALGOUT arrived in her new homeport of Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, and continued radar picket duties in conjunction with Commander Barrier Forces, Pacific. On March 27, 1965, FALGOUT departed for duty with'the Seventh Fleet off the coast of Vietnam. Here FALGOUT patrolled independently and in conjunction with Navy, Coast Guard, and Vietnamese Navy ves- sels, seeking out and searching suspicious vessels, Since her initial Pacific deployment in 1965, FALGOUT has returned for four other deployments with Seventh Fleet, Most of the five cruises were spent on Operation Markettime, however FALGOUT has also been assigned to Taiwan Straits Patrol and as Station Ship, Hong Kong. At the completion of this deployment, FALGOUT will again be decommissioned after twenty-six years of service to her country. Q 55 LCDR HAMRICK was born in Houma, Louisiana, on 10, December, 1935, In 1954, he was appointed to the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis, Maryland, Where he E? graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree with the class - of 1958, After graduation from the Academy, LCDR HAMRICK was assigned to the USS CONWAY QDDE-5075 as DCA, MPA, and later as Engineering Officer. In May of 1962, LCDR HAMRICK assumed command of the USS CATAWBA QATA-2105, commencing a two year tour of duty. In July of 1964, he reported to U. S. Navy Post- Graduate School, Monterey, California, receiving a Masters of Science degree in Environmental Science in P June of 1966. After Postgraduate School, LCDR 1 HAMRICK commenced his tour as Executive Officer of ' the USS BRADELY QDE-10411. On 10 May 1968, LCDR HAMRICK assumed duties as Commanding Officer of USS FALGOUT QDER-3241. , . 9 LCDR JAMES M,. HAMRICK E COMMANDING OFFICER fi- GENTS The 1968-69 deployment with the U.S. SEVENTH FLEET will probably be FALGOUT'S last, This Cruise Book will be a valuable possession for all of us, as a constant reminder of friendships, ports, and a fine lady who never once let us down, A The most significant feature of FALGOUT'S deploy- ' ment, has been the relationship with our shipmates, As , one thumbs through the pages of this book, even after time dims the memory of individuals, the feeling of togetherness and spirit of comradeship will be remember- I ed and treasured, l if A , . i. m if l LT, SHEFFIELD, a native of Macon, Georgia entered the Navy as an enlisted man in 19 50, After attaining the rate of Chief Quartermaster, he received his commission on board USS EXCEL QMSO-4395 in January, 1962. Upon completion of Limited Duty Officer School, LT, ,SHEF- FIELD served on board USS GREENWICH BAY QAVP-41j for two years as First Lieutenant, Gunnery Officer and Navigator, After a brief student tour at Mine Warfare' School, he became Officer-in-Charge of USS PLOVER QMSCO-331. During this tour of duty LT SHEFFIELD augmented to an Unrestricted Line Officer. ln, Sept- ember, 1966, LTSHEFFIELD assumed command of USS PORTAGE QPCE-9025 commencing a two year tour of duly. In September 1968 he reported on board ,USS . FALGOUT to assume duties as Executive Officer, TO THE CREW, Sf ll ek sa, ' LT, GEORGE A. SHEFFIELD, EXECUTIVE OFFICER FALGOUT'S fifth deployment to the Western Pacific as a unit of the U.S. SEVENTH FLEET began 21 November 1968. It was indeed a successful one. Your assignments were accomplished in a manner which reflected the true spirit, pride, and devotion to duty of every man on board Through long hard hours of work and personal interest, , V , you have developed within FALGOUT a personality that K C A ' makes her Number ONE, ' Each of you will soon be accepting new assignments or returning to civilian life shortly after arrival at Pearl Harbor, I personally wish you "Good Luck and Smooth Sailing." ,MM 'Qdfl 1 X ' f Afhf . I A41 l i X, 4 ALMIGHTY AND MOST MERCIFUL GOD, WHO DIDST DECLARE THAT GREATER LOVE HATH NO MAN THAN TO LAY DOWN HIS LIFE FOR HIS FRIENDSg HEAR US, WE PRAY, FOR THESE OUR FRIENDS AND SHIPMATES WHO HAVE GIVEN THEIR LIVES IN THE SERVICE OF OUR COUNTRY4 GRANT THAT THEIR PATRIOTISM AND UNSELFISH DEVOTION MAY MAKE US CHERISH MORE DEEPLY THAT FREE- DOM FOR WHICH WE STAND, GRANT THY BLESSINGS TO ALL WHO MOURN AND GIVE US GRACE THAT WE MAY CONTINUE TO SERVE OUR COUNTRY AND THEE. AMEN, IN MEMORIAM CS1 ALEJANDRO CLARINO RULL, USN TN GAVINO DULDUDAO AGUSTIN, USN HE WAS BORN IN TONDO, MANILA, HE WAS BORN AT SANTA IGNACIA, REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES ON TARLAC, REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIP- APRIL 24, 1926, THE SON OF BERNARD PINES ON JANUARY 26, 1943. THE AND ROSARIO RULL, HE ENLISTED IN SON OF AMBROCIO AND DOMINGA THE NAVAL SERVICE ON AUGUST 14, AGUSTIN, HE ENLISTED IN THE NAVAL 1953. SERVICE ON MARCH 11, 1966. HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, HE IS SURVIVED BY HIS FATHER AND MARCIANA DE LEON RULL AND THEIR MOTHER, MR, AND MRS, AMBROCIO EIGHT CHILDREN, AGUS1-IN, LTJG, "DICK" SALMON LTJG, THOMAS HENRICKSEN ENS, DARRYL BELL WEAPONS OFFICER FIRST DIVISION OFFICER FOX DIVISION OFFICER Wmpomv 0 P,41e1Mm1' STG1 RICHARD MASSEY FOX DIVISION PO M7 ,1 ' ' 1 ,ff BM1 HAROLD BUCHANAN FIRST DIVISION PO 15 MXQNN "AIN'T EVEN BELIEVEN THERE'S RUNNING RUST ON THAT BULKHEADJ' FIRST DIVISION BM2 COMES PREPARES STEPS FOR NEW SEA LADDER, BM3 LYLES INSURES PROPER PRESERVATION OF PADEYE , SN WISLOCKI INSISTS, "MAMA USED TO SPANK ME FOR THIS," "HEAVE AROUND, MONKEY FIST, FAN- TAIL, MESSLINE," STATES SN CLARKSON, if I 1 I I 3 1 -.....,.-N FORECASTLE DETAIL HOISTS JACK STAFF BEFORE SHIP ENTERS PORT, SN KYSER SWEEPS FANTAIL WHILE SN HOFFMAN PROCLAIMS, "I'D SWEEP A MILE FOR ANOTHER HARD BOILED EGG." SN BOBASH ENJOYS BRIEF MOMENT OF RELAXATION ON AFT LOOKOUT, J! BM3 JORDAN RIGGING SEA LADDER IN TIME SN HAM FINDS COMFORTABLE FOR LIBERTY CALL . POSITION TO CHIP BULKHEAD, SN BILDERRAIN - CALIFORNIA DREAMIN! SN BILDERRAIN AND BM WITH PRIMO, RIGHT SN SCHNABEL FLASHS CONTENTED SMILE ALWAYS SEEN ON SHIP'S MESSDECKS, SN CISZEK AND SN BILDERRAIN ADD SOME SPORT TO THE OLD ROUTINE OF FRESH WATER WASH- BM3 VOLKMAN LACES FANCY WORK ON A BOW HOOK, DOWN, Jq I a. 6 X. .JEZ--"97'Z7 FEWER CAVITIES SN NOBRIGA MAINTAINS SHIP'S BRIGHT APPEARANCE WITH A LITTLE POLISH. SN SWANSON DISPLAYS FIRST'S PRIDE WITH A PAINT BRUSH. if I BM3 JORDAN DECLARES "HECK NO WE'RE ANCHOR- Y ING OVER THERE." "AH, WHAT'S WRONG- HAVE YOU GOTS SOME PAINT IN YOUR HAIR," "VERY INTERESTING," DECLARES SN HAM, "YEA, THAT SANDING IS MAKING THIS A GOOD DANCE FLOOR," CAMERA SHY ROSTER: SN COLE, DENNIS SN MINNICK, DOUGLAS SA WHITE, GARY SA GEE, ERANKIE SA QUINN, TERRY SA KROPE, EDWIN SN THOMSON, PATRICK FTG3 ESENWEIN MANS DIRECTOR PHONES DURING FOX D VIS' 011 u if 33 Q f ,gf X, Q 'WV Qu P 5 Tw H" I H u GMG3 NORGARD MAKES DAILY ROUND TO RECORD MAGAZINE TEMPERATURES ,, E WATCHES IN- FANTAIL DETAIL DISCUSSES BEST METHOD TO TM3 ADAMCEWICZ ATTENTIV USE IN MOORING SHIP, STRUMENTS WHILE STEERING SHIP, STG3 FISH SEEMS TO HAVE DEVELOPED THE ABILITY TO SKATE FTG2 DIAZ APPEARS T0 BE EVEN WHILE WORKING . GMG3 GRAHAM WORKS HARD TO KEEP MT, 32 IN TOP CONDITION, FAR AWAYQ HONG KONG MAYBE! LTJG SALMON AND ENS BELL DISCUSS FOX'S WORK LOAD, STG3 CORKHILL, FALGOUT'S SHAKIEST FINGER STANDS-BY THE HEDGEHOG MOUNT, x...xQ Xx.. , .K 1 x 1 X - 4 - if x ,K 1 wg Q'-wifwgl GMG3 NORGARD TAKES GMG3 BELL, GMG3 NORGARD, AND GMG2 KEATLEY CHECK- A BREATHER- OUT AFT DIRECTOR, TM2 BELK WATCHES WITH AMUSEMENT AS SHIP'S FORCE TURNS TO, LTJG SALMON DESCRIBES REQUIRED MAINTE- NANCE OF TORPEDO TUBES TO STG1 MASSEY AND TM2 BELK, "I DON'T EVEN NEED THESE AND I'D STIL HAVE A PRETTY FACE," LOVINGLY STG3 MADDUX. L ,,.. ---1 L, ,-, MA. 'Z A Q-I :gpg H1 1-gif' fl: ,. -,g,r,,. 1 4' LT, KLAUS LONDOT LTJG, DAVID ROBERTSON ENS, ROBERT GEORGE ENGINEERING OFFICER "R" DIVISION OFFICER "M" DIVISION OFFICER EN6'lIVFFRIN6' D PARIMFIVI' ENCS HAROLD CARLSON "M" DIVISION CHIEF MM1 DARRELL scom' "R" DIVISION PO V iv ,L NN 5 X "Ku J- 15,,:.. 1 if ls EMFN REED PORTRAYS A DANGEROUS SNIPE: THE THINKER , EN3 WOOD AWAITS MORNING QUARTERS, R DIVI.S'ION EMFN PANICO DOESN'T SEEM TO HAVE RECOVERED FROM LAST NIGHT'S LIBERTY , SFM3 HSQUEEKYH WELK coNs1D1-:Rs BT2 SMITH MAKES ADJUSTMENT TO No, 2 BOILER BEST WAY TO WELD TORPEDO TUBE. IC3 HOMCHICK REPLACES STAR- BOARD BIRD ? ? ? DC2 FINNERTY AND FN MESZAROS LAY NEW DECK IN AFT HEAD. FN MESZAROS OPERATING DRILL IN SHIPFITTER SHOP, IC2 ZINN RELAXES AFTER A DAY'S WORK, EM2 BLOOM, EMFN Mc GREGOR, AND EM3 SMITH IC1 DOWNTON: STANDS CHECK AIR VENT IN WARDROOM PASSAGE, AN ALERT IC WATCH, SFM1 LITTLE AND SGM3 WELK PUT SOME MUSCLE INTO THEIR WORK, E E IP I4 ra vw '1 z U1 m O an um :D E H1 z E. ffm CIJ N E O U1 m up Q rl EM1 ROSE GIVES SUFFICIENT WARNING TO ANY- BODY THINKING OF WAKING HIM, '11 DP kr' C3 O C! ii rn 'U v-1 O Z ,-4 O Q SU ,-1 F' Ir' H O v-3 D3 P1 '11 IP Z P-3 DP ,-4 N, X. aw 232 4 , K "R" DIVISION STANDING BY FOR CAPTAIN'S INSPECTION HONG KONG . IC1 DOWNTON, FALGOUT'S ONE AND ONLY, GENUINE CLOWN, WHAT CAN I SAY ? DOES A DER RIDE GOOD IN ROUGH WEATHER ? ASK EM2 BLOOM! IC2 ZINN PLACES NEW LINE ON LADDER TO IC SHOP, MR3 MAYER DUCKS BACK INTO HOLE AFTER SEE ING HIS SHADOW, CAMERA SHY ROSTER: EM1 HLAD, JAMES FN CATE, RONALD ' aw" W-W' - f-f' W ,, " "M" DIVISION GETS DAILY SKINNY AT QUARTERS, M DIVI6'ION 4,4 EN2 DUET SUPERVISES AS FN GAUDET AND FN ADAMS OVER- HAUL NO, 1 MAIN ENGINE, M FN GRIFFITH' AND FN COLE, THE OF FICIAL ALL-NAV CHIMNEY SWEEPS, EN2 ALCARAZ PREPARES WORK REQUESTS FOR NEXT TENDER PERIOD , - K 9, 3 SCOTT AND EMFN MCGREGOR GET EN3 DORTMAN AND FN GAUDETg CENSORED, Q READY TO TEST FRESH WATER SAMPLES, EN2 HARDING, EN ENC DUHON, "WHY YOU CALL ME HONDO?" ENC YOUNGBERG RELAXES TOPSIDE, v T S MMI SCOTT AND EN1 GILMER CONCENTRATE ON THELR WORK, BUT ENS GARDNER PREFERS THE PIN-UP, ' . ,Anna-wwf: A FN GRIFFITH AND EN1 GILMER ON WATCH IN B-2. W 1 IN FBKISA T110 Will EN1 ANTONIO WAITS IN EN2 DUET AND FN GRIFFITH INVOLVED WITH OVERHAUL OF NO, LINE TO TRY HIS LUCK 1 ENGINE, WITH THE COKE MACHINE, 'R N X N 54, L 52 1- 4 SUPERVISIOR OF B-2, EN2 BARTLETT, EN2 STORMS STRAINS WHILE REMOVING CRANKSHAFT FROM NO, 1 MAIN ENGINE, FN SHAW AND FN GORDON CHECK OUT ONE OF NO, ONE'S PISTONS, 'Q r EN3 ,TAT ALBERT.. PIERCE EN2 GOMEZ STANDING WATCH IN B-4. EN2 BARTLETT FN DILE FA BARNHART HOLDS DAILY CLEAN- FN BROCKMOLLER UP OF "M" COMPARTMENT. i 5 -Z1 N I T r 3 V A r Ts-ag-pangs ENC DUHON CHECKS PROCESS OF OVERHAUL ON EN3 GARDNER A MAIN ENGINE, FA MIXON FN PRICHARD FN SHAW EN3 DORTMAN, THE LOOK OF A SHORT TIMER. l7i"ff,f3 'M-' 1 My Q W '-f fy KJ A u Xf f f f' J f " MII ' R- Q if 1' . . A ' X ff 1 - f FN GRIFFITH PREPARES TO PUT NO, 1 CAPTAIN HAMRICK CONGRATULATES ENC DUHON UPON RE-ENLISTMENT, MAIN ENGINE BACK TOGETHER, FN GORDON IN ACTION ON A BUSY WATCH DOWN IN THE HOLES, FN GAUDET AND EN2 STORMS SURVEY DAMAGE TO NO 1 MAIN ENGINE CAMERA SHY ROSTER: EN3 LANE FN BROCKMOLLER I x LT, DAVID SPETRINO LTJG, EDWARD MICHAEL OPERATIONS OFFICER "OC" DIVISION OFFICER LTJG, RONALD THADEN "OI" DIVISION OFFICER 0PERAI'IOMS' D PARIMENI' 'A 1 4' 15 Q 1' 7 NN Ny 1 - I x I J kg 125 ' A A Z-..-.al-1 Ig gk ,X , .., ff,,.,7,4Q.fff!55I SMI JAMISON HIGGINS "OC" DIVISION PO ETR1 DAVID HAWK "OI" DIVISION PO , JE Rin 5 RD2 "DA PIG" CANRINUS WATCHES ACTION IN CIC DURING A GQ DRILL, 06116 LTJG "BUCK" MORRIS AND RD3 SMITH KEEP BRIDGE INFORMED OF ALL RADAR CONTACTS, -- , C ff ,Www ' - Q, I I - 'I f ,, 'I I I ' IX ' ,' 1 , fy II" - I ' ' RD3 ABBOTT USES SEMAPHORE TO GET SKINNEY ON NEXT LIBERTY PORT FROM SM'S ON AN OILER DURING UNREP, ETN2 FULLER AND ETR3 ZICKAFOOSE TRACE CIRCUIT RD2 MOYER, CIC'S 4,0 PRIDE AND JOY DIAGRAM, OR MAYBE IT'S FULLER'S SHORT TIME CALENDAR, A Eu W ETR1 HAWK CONSIDERS ET'S BUSY LTJG "GRASS" THADEN PASSES INSTRUCTIONS TO CIC WORK LOAD. WATCH FROM AOQ, mx 5 4, , f - .T.. , I A 3 "' RD3 MC DANIEL PREPARES MESSAGE WHILE ON ETNSN TOWN, MDI'S O07 MAR KET TIME , SJ Q . RDC CAVITT, GRINS THE OLE TN MONTEMAYOR AND RD3 RCARK COMPLETE PRACTICAL "DEPUTY DOG" SMILE, FACTORS FOR ADVANCEMENT. RD3 ABBOTT MARKS BEARING AND RANGE OF RADAR CONTACT, RDS YAKESH SN CURRAN CLEANS UP RADAR ETN2 HARRIS MAY BE TIRED TODAY, BUT HE FELT PEPE PASSAGE, LAST NIGHT. LT SPETRINO, RD3 ABBOTT, AND RD2 IVIOYER LAUGH ABOUT RD3 "SQUIRREL" ROARK LOOK DIS- ONE OF DAVE'S SEA STORIES, GUSTEDLY AT CLEANING SPACE AS TURN TO IS PASSED, ul RD2 CANRINUS RELAXES IN OI COMPARTMENT. WM- - .414 ,, hA,. 'f RDC CAVITT SOUNDS OFF TACTICAL CONDITIONS WHILE RD3 SMITH MANS RADAR REPEATER, RD3 MC DANIEL ASSISTING IN CLEAN UP OF OPS COMPARTMENT SN CURRAN MANS PHONES TO CIC DURING SEA AND ANCHOR DETAIL ETN2 HARRIS AND ETR3 ZICKAFOOSE DISCUSS REPAIRS TO NO 10 RADAR, .I 1- nfi D1v1S1oN STANDS IN RANKS DURING QUARTERS. RM3 SCOTT LEAVES RADIO OC ROUTE MESSAGE BOARDS, 06' GANG HE CHIPS BRIDGE STRUCTURE, 1 1,,'- f 5, CENTRAL TO LTJG SALMON GIVES QM3 FRANZEN A LIGHT VVHILE SM3 VANHULLE ON SIGNAL WATCH. QM3 FRANZEN RELAXES IN CAPTAIN'S CHAIR, RM1 MACOMBER ADJUSTS RADIO RECEIVER. QM2 STELTING AND QM3 FRANZEN GET SUNLINE TO DETER MINE SHIP'S POSITION, , .4-N SM3 TILLEY, CHIPPING HAMMER IN HAND, WORKS TO CONTROL RUST ON BRIDGE, RM2 ZGAYNOR SUPERVISES RM3 CHOW, 1?- 5 S P03 LOREDO SORTS SHIP'S MAIL. PN1 MEIM RM2 HANKINS YN2 SMITH TYPES HIS ORDERS FOR THE PHILIPPINES WHILE YN3 HARTY WATCHES SM1 HIGGINS PRESERVES BELAY- SN CHRISTY STEALS A BITE OF HFALGOUT FRIED" CHICKEN, ING PIN HOLDER, SN ALDERS AND VIETNAMESE LIAISON PETTY OFFICER TU, HM1 MEYER Up DATES MEDICAL RECORDS, QM3 PORATH GETS BRIDGE READY FOR INSURV PNl MEIM KEEPS ACCURATE RECORD OF THE INSPECTION, PERSONNEL RECORDS, SM3 VANHULLE SEEMS TO WONDER IF IT'S WORTH ALL THE EFFORT, QM2 STELTING FIGURES BEST ROUTE FOR TRIP BACK TO HAWAII, M ,X WM: LEADING RADIOMAN, RMI DIMON CAMERA SHY ROSTER: RMS STRNAD, DANIEL LTQJGQ JAMES JONES SUPPLY OFFICER SKC VIRGILIO VEGA SUPPLY CHIEF SUPPLY DEPARTMENT DK1 ALFRED PADA SUPPLY LEADING P O F55 L QMS ER ns fms m3 QJRAS mas L rg L. 'H' -.5 ' V J " L A1 10111 l u x 1? L - hi! Q: .mf ...xfwqw sm DELPARTO AND TN CARAS PREPARE SD2 CAHANDING MEAL FOR WARDROOM. A M., LTQJGQ JONES PASSES WORD TO SUPPLY AT QUARTERS, SK3 LEPAGE, "SHALL I GO ALL BACK OR ALL AHEAD FLANK?", SN DUCK C f ,Mi f 1 r 5 A, My 'haul 'Inna n-.14 A A V , , W r-1 W..-WMM L.. CS2 WILSON APPEARS AMAZED VVITH SA MINNICK'S SHB2 "WEBHEAD" WEBER, PROPRIETOR OF FALGOUT'S SEA STORY GENERAL STORE. ' I r T T Y Q i L w V SH1 BRYANT BUTCHERS CS1 BOTELHO'S HAIR, TN GARICA SERVES NOON MEAL TO CREW. ,T w l N , 1 Q x ...Q ,Q SK3 ALDEN TELLS TN MONTEMAYOR, "SEE THAT SN REEVES CHECKS LAUNDRY MESS? IWANT IT SQUARED AWAY," ' 36 SHL3 WASKA, "OH MY GOD, BURNT THE CAPTAIN'S SHIRT AGAIN!" ,',,,,.,..-W-f ff'--an-.gr Q ' x 4 "REALLY BRYANT, I AIN'T STEALING ANY OF YOUR SUPPLIES," .,f rig, f f f SD1 DELPARTO ADDS A SEASONED TOUCH TO HIS FRESH SALAD, SN DUCK AND SK3 LEPAGE GET READY TO PAINT SUPPLY PASSAGE . CAMERA SHY ROSTER NONE CRUISE II GHZ GHISS' FALGOUT'S fifth deployment to the Western Pacific began on 21 November 1968 when the ship, in company with USS HISSEM, shaped a course for Apra Harbor, Guam. On 2 December HISSEM continued west while FALGOUT remained in the Ship Repair Facility for a routine drydocking, After completion the ship continued west towards Vietnam via Subic Bay, Philippines, Christmas Eve fou.nd FALGOUT on Market Time patrol off Vietnam. FALGOUT'S primary duty involved support of smaller patrol craft, shore bombardment and coastal surveillance aimed at preventing infiltration and resupply for the enemy from the sea, On 23 January, FALGOUT steamed north and commenced a three week tour as Station Ship, Hong Kong on 26 J anuary, This was certainly the highlight of the cruise, with excellent shopping, good food, and superb sightseeing, In addition to the fine job done by the ship's permanent shore patrol, the ship's company earned the Meritorious Conduct Award From mid February until early March, FALGOUT operated on patrol in Taiwan Straits These waters have always maintained a reputation for being extremely rough in the winter, and this February was no exception Although liberty in Kaohsiung and Taipei was outstanding no one was sorry to leave the straits on 11 March The next ten days found the ship in Subic Bay for a much needed upkeep period Picnics, beer parties, ball games, and a personnel, berthing, and messing inspection by the Squadron Commander, Commodore J F Murphy highlighted the port visit 2.5 March found FALGOUT back on Market Time patrol off Vietnam, and by the time of relief on 14 April, rumors of decommissioning were circulating During the ship's final Taiwan Patrol, 18 April to 15 May, decommissioning and early return to Pearl Harbor became official Before departing, the old girl showed she still had plenty of spunk by drawing a "serious warning" from Red China for violating her territorial waters Not Guilty' I I I After a short "shopping" visit in Yokouska Japan, FALGOUT bid SAYONARA to the Western Pacific for the last time, and headed east Arrival in Pearl Harbor on 1 June marked the end of a memorable cruise and a fine career for a grand lady She made, as usual, every committment, and a few others' too Her performance was the product of a crew that knew how to work, and play together as a team BOARDING AND SEARCH UNDERWAY REPLENISHMENT 0PE'RAI'IOMS' ,A . 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Y SAY, "CHEESE" "1 AIN'T SCREAMING BUT., l 2" ' "SURF'S UP" Q iz 1. ff E ,s Q 1 J ,N W H, 'x N sy ii 'w IH Mi U 1 5 5 1 4 W ! 'Q BE 'V H i, 1 A HOM.E'6'0M NG' v 11994 --.ff If ff 1 ,, ,,.,,M-M ARRIVAL AT BRAVO-28, PEARL HARBOR, HAWAII 'THE' 001111117755 " EDITOR - CHUCK STELTING BUSINESS MGR, - PAUL MADDUX ASST, EDITOR - DOUG FULLER PHOTOGRAPHER - GARY HOMCHICK LAY-OUT - MIKE FINNERTY ILLUSTRATOR - DANIEL STRNAD SPORTS EDITOR - CHARLES JORDAN TYPIST - DONALD DUCK SHIPS' UOMPLEMENT A OFFICERS BELL, DARRYL S, TRAVERSE CITY, MICH. DICK, WILLIAM A, BRANDON, VERMONT GEORGE, ROBERT T, KENNETT SQUARE, PENN. HAMRICK, JAMES M, HOUMA, LOUISIANA HENRICKSON, THOMAS E, EWA BEACH, HAWAII JONES, JAMES W, DEERFIELD BEACH, FLORIDA LONDOT, KLAUS AMES, IOWA MICHAEL, EDWARD B, LEVITTOWN, PENN, MORRIS, RALPH M, BEUFORT, SOUTH CAROLINA ROBERTSON, DAVID L, RICHLAND, WASH, SALMON, RICHARD C, PITTMAN, NEW JERSEY SHEFFIELD, GEORGE A, JR, GRAY, GEORGIA SPETRINO, DAVID A. 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Falgout (DER 324) - Naval Cruise Book online yearbook collection, 1969 Edition, Page 15

1969, pg 15

Falgout (DER 324) - Naval Cruise Book online yearbook collection, 1969 Edition, Page 31

1969, pg 31

Falgout (DER 324) - Naval Cruise Book online yearbook collection, 1969 Edition, Page 10

1969, pg 10

Falgout (DER 324) - Naval Cruise Book online yearbook collection, 1969 Edition, Page 80

1969, pg 80

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