Floyd Parks (DD 884) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1965

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T rf ; : ' 1| :-V ■■ NHOr " IS 319330 w ' i y ' «■?» I:?:. ■. . ' ■- T-. S r . ,ti k. ■J- i r? • ■ " ■ f v -. , ' .. ■ -■ . ' •t • h , •M • 1 - ■T ■■:, 5 ■ ■ ' . ' is i« ? W ' • ' • 1 iji ' , »€» -- y % . ; i • ■ %. sV k % PENNY- ABBAS J} . if. I ' i-i ;. ■ v ' DEBBIE S T-IOKN ,: u u;o I !■ t. o o; ■■ m A I i r u t. r ' tv -iv -. v..._.. .-.. -4t ?i !- ' . ' U ' Pa IC- b 8-8 N _iiiia32i.S5SiiS!liW:yiiii -:: ; .i...; u,. ■■ , •...•.;.. : .. , ■ ■■ - vi ' Vr ' twi jU " ;-, : Since man began to sail the seas thousands of years ago, it has been his misfortune to have to leave behind his loved ones. When he closes Iris eyes after a long midwatch, he fills his mind with pleasant memories of someone who really makes home worth coming back to: someone he can dream of and plan for after the cruise is over. These introspections of a sailor will never change . We PARKS sailors are no different. Since that early morning when PARKS eased away from the docks, we watched and waved until our families and friends became tiny dots on the horizon. The hours turned into days, the days into weeks and the weeks drew into mon ths and now, at our journey ' s end, we portray the places we have seen and the things we have done. To the families and friends of the PARKS personnel who waited as long as we have and to the ones that made mail call become what it is to us, we sincerely dedicate tliis book. The Editor COMMANDER GEORGE B. WILSON, JR. i8i)!!Ji|}iujiikiSfcLE«:;:i: .VMLVUlillJi ' itftV iJ.JlJl ' .l ' i. B I O (■ 1{ A PHY COMMANDER GKORCH B. WILSON, JR., USN USS FLOYD B. PARKS (DD S,S4) CDR George Barry WILSON, junior was born Januaiy lb, 1924 in San Diego, California. He was commissioned an Ensign in the U.S. Navy in 1945 after receiving his officer training at the Naval Reserve Officer Training Unit at Rensaleer Polytechnic Institute m Troy, New York. Prior to liis commissioning, CDR WILSON attended Cornell University m Ithaca, New York and RPI in Troy, New York. Upon commissioning CDR WILSON was assigned to duty aboard USS DENVER where he served in the Engineering Department. From 1 94b to 1948 he was assigned to USS SAINT PAUL where he served in the Gunnery Department. He attended the General Line School after leaving USS SAINT PAUL. Upon completion of General Line School he went to USS LSM 397 as executive officer. From 1951 to 1954 CDR MLSON attended U.S. Naval Post Gradusite School at Monterey, California and MIT, Cambridge, Massachusetts. CDR WILSON received a Bachelor of Electrical Engi- neering degree from the Navy Post Graduate School and a Master of Science degree from MIT. From 1954 to I95b CDR WILSON served aboard USS RICHARD E KRAUS as Gunneiy Officer. From 195b to 1959 and again from 19b2 to 19b4 CDR WILSON had duty in the Bureau of Naval Weapons in Wasliington, D. C. Between these tours at the Bureau of Weapons he served as executive officer of USS WALKER (DDE 517) and attended the Armed Forces Staff College . CDR WILSON reported to PARKS to assume command in Octolx ' r 1904. Commander MLSON is married to the former Doris CARROLL. They have one daughter and make their home in Coronado, California. LIEUTENANT COMMANDER ROBERT C WOODS i»i:mat «)iiim iH«-j Milgtti L:-j. ji;H!jKil]i.LjiVvi_,jLj.ij cii,,r.,; j ' _.. ' :.i. ' »it- ' . ' . ' ..■ .■•tfv • ... , ■ ' • J ' ■:i-xmc:. y BI15LI0C;RAP1-IY LCDR ROBERT C. WOODS, USN LCDR Robert C. WOODS was born December 5, 1930 in Fargo, North Dak _)ta. tie was com- missioned £in Ensign in the U.S. Navy in June 1953 upon graduation from the United States Naval Academy. Prior to entering the Naval Academy LCDR WOODS attended the Universit ' of Minnesota for one year. Upon commissioning LCDR WOODS reported to the USS SKACUT (AKA-105), serving first as CIC Officer and then as Boat Croup Commander until late l ' -)n5. Subsequent tours of duty included: 1955-57 Engineer Officer USS Charles P. CECIL (DDR- 835); 1957-59 Aide to the Commandant 9th Naval District, Great Lakes, HI.; 1959-Gl Exec- utive Officer USS SAVAGE (DER-38ei); 19b2-ti4 ENS-LTJG Assignment Officer, Bureau of Naval Personnel. LCDR WOODS reported to PARKS for duty as P:xecutive Officer in August 1 " - ' 05 upon grad- uation from the Naval War College, Command ic Staff Course, at Newport, Rhode Island m June ]9e 5. LCDR WOODS IS married to the former Maiy Lou McKLNL1-:Y. They have two sons and one daughter and make their home in Coronado, California. LCDR JACK E. McQUESTON LCDR Jack E. McQUESTON was born November 11, 1927 in Richmond Hill, Long Island, New York. He was commissioned an Ensign in the U.S. Navy in June 1951 after graduation from the United States Naval Academy with the class of 51 . Prior to his entering the Naval Academy, LCDR McQUESTON attended the University of Michigan for one year. Upon com- missioning LCDR McQUESTON was assigned to duty aboard the USS STODDARD where he served as Engineeiing Officer. From 1953-1955 he was assigned to the USS ROBIN (AMS 53) where he served as Executive Officer and then later as Commanding Officer. LCDR McQUESTON then served tours on the Staff of COMBATCRULANT, and in the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations. Following his tour in Washington, LCDR McQueston was then assigned to USS NORTHAMPTON where he was Assistant Gunnery and Gunnery Officer from 1962 until 1963. LCDR McQUESTON attended the Naval War College in New Port Rhode Island following a tour in the Bureau of Naval Personnel. In July 19t)3, he reported to PARKS for duty as Executive Officer. LCDR McQUESTON is married to the former Marcia MORELOCK. They have two sons and two daughters. LCDR McQUESTON was detached from PARKS in August 1965 and reported to duty with the Staff of CINCPACFLT. ;.Ari iiiV,vAf.i. aiwftiiHi: ' -,-.-;L ' ' . . (iifillLWtiliJi. ' Lv ' ' .t;- iClii :;i. , ' i,,l ' .i;.VJ .! ' __i,M Ji ' vi .il ' :. . __;: .■•■V.J- ■ :.iL: « -«■ DEPARTMENT HEADS LT VICTOR p. PERI OPERATIONS IT DENNIS R. HIATT WEAPONS .A..] LTJG STEVEN E. SIMPSON SUPPLY LT HARRY L. BARTON ENGINEERING iiMOllBIIllil lllllMiWieUaSSCsiii i:: V. :, 1-1 ;. -:»lh)iaii 1 -ii:iiilUf iU4ikit itaau.a?..o. ' .ii!i;L ai;eat Mim mjiu: iK,vtmi.. -y LTJG KENNETH G. HATTICH, COMM JUNIOR OFFICERS LTJG DALE E. HANSON, MPA I f-i njG JOSEPH A. SOWERS, CICO ENS. RICHARD). SCUBA, DCA 10 fl|«ttttollll mikU]iiaM-iJUtllSMm (tfl!Wl»ffm , «i t:i.t. K.v»imtinvim i... i, ' .. :., a.,: .-.n : ' •■ i . -r , mi ■ ...=•» .! .■ ..ij._.ji ' ... ' .liiiatiiii; ' . « ENS. RILKY H. WHITMAN, GUNNERY LTjG PETER K. 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WHITE, RDC 15 I ■ - f -- -if ' yriirri iwrtiri«i[i-ir n -bt- n ' liwi-j ' itiwrnrrmnrim i mn-i ni-in ' ii iT i iiwjin airitiTi rmiTiiirJi ' l tnffl tlVtttUtVtltttll ' 1 1 Js t SUPPLY - WA I V ' lt l(U jt(iw«jw» ' iwi.ii i nrwc ' ' i»A ' .M i ' »:i- «i!- ' »»ikr ' , ■i. .r uj. .. u.i_ e i«, ' ,i.. .1 • ' .■■:• i- uuM- y t W - . t -S v -- - WG - B S-J ' -.i... . ,y% 17 V It I K ' 1 Jim ' OI-OC DIVISION vt J 18 ITHaWMftlfW " ' ii|»tf Hi tfcas«rtt;u- p.i- . " .. w n,iifc«. t i ftimi.-.rHJiL-mPuJH •- iJitii. ' .,, ■ M - R DIVISION • - ' T ...o-. jj .- -. ' -i- .-. ■-i-t-.T- .Ti.::j.-too.t. ' ..■... ■ l-•-•.: lmu t lg i 1 ae «t - :lI■« U ■M mJ • ■ l ' w fc t ■ iW " B T ' -f— rff f " " " " ' ' - " irT " ' ■ — . LfcKffiascMaidlMHSi t 1 JiV z T ' ? ' . L.: ' .! " t ' j X WD-DIV Captains Personnel Inspection 20 ■I i lilttiiilll iWiKiiMiwi mm .4 ' iiiij «i ' mi-. Mi mti .it4HM,|.T ' .i..iii.. «B. .»i ..,, H H.. , ......f, f,.|,,.i.j..(-, ,. -|.,,.) ,.,..,,.,. ,f, .,.., ,-.|.,;, ' i,. „ (.j ,1-1 Tin:-. ■ I ' -lUiSiltH. ' , .- Inspections 21 ' .. r ' lj ' iitna-r ' V- . .-«. ■4 ' . ' • -iAouii -«o« u •t jxmtujdf -t ivawn- ' i " ' " " " ' " " ' ' ' — T a u t S h I P 1: Z % 7 " ( .f 22 fttaaOIUaitllifWnfMnti ' lHWMnLirtUia ' . t:M -.M -juEi.riLtug.-i;a ' «liMi- .vi. ' - ai (y:;.. ii-- i - ..-ui.- . ' - i.v:. , : ...v., " H a P P y t i-j»t r„jr if-e " ' V tfl r Ship 23 ' a :. ■Ji. ' r.-. ' iTftjfc.. - vv s . za X u ' .. ' irx:fl.-UL fe - V ' ' ' ■ I 1 f-- »« Jtj Jl.t .-■J-.J-l J ;;M uiiL iaLjL ■ ' r Xi ' Tilt ' 24 iim-nnHitf;mi ftauti.fHf»-i f . i. , i.. t.f ru ' LtI«t l.jL ' «i(nkv tu iMI ' ' -. ' iiW i. ' .t. ..-Ok-JC- ' .K ' . - ' V . " ' ' T ' 25 : -JCml ' . .fJt ' - - " T ' f ' l ' ' i ' ■ ■.» - - ' -. ' ' W- .r..--..:- -l |f|||.| — . ' --.-- .i» .. -J- t-jtrL-.u -i-i-,- ■ l.-»trtl -. ' .,. » ' . -««w .nt-I..ja«.t W , U. S. S. FLOYD B. PARKS HISTORY USS FLOYD B. PARKS is named for the late Major Floyd B. Parks, United States Marine Corps. Major Parks was a Marine aviator who lost his life during the defense of Midway Island against the assaults of the Japanese Navy in June 1942. For his heroism he was awarded the Na y Cross, the Purple Heart and a special letter of commendation from the Secretary of the Navy. PARKS is a Gearing class destroyer and was built by the Consolidated Steel Corporation at Orange, Texas on the banks of the Sabine River. Mrs. Floyd B. Parks, the widow of the late Major Parks, sponsored the ship at her launching on 31 March 1945. After com- missioning and shake dowoi cruise, she was assigned to the Pacific Fleet and proceeded to San Diego, California, wliich has continued to be her home port throughout her 20 years of service. During 1955, PARKS was on duty in the l- ' ormosa area during th e outbreak of hostilities in the TaclK-n Island area. She was one of four destroyers present who assisted the Nationalist Chinese in the evacuation of the troubled islands. The Laotian crisis of 1959 found PARKS on the sp(Jt and ready with a show of force. In addition to tliis action, PARKS participated in one of the early experimental cold weather exercises, MICROWEX, in the Bearing Sea, and was an active participant in the Kniwetok Bikini atomic testing operations of 1958. During the course of these assignments, PARKS has completed fifteen deployments to the Western Pacific . In October I 9o:5 PARKS again deployed to the Western Pacific to serve with the SEVENTH FLEF.T as a unit of Cruiser Destroyer Flotilla MNE. During the course of tiiis latest cruise PARKS operated as a unit of the Taiwan Patrol Force and the SEVENTH 1-LEET attack carrier strike force. PARKS visited Hong Kong, Kaohsiung, Taiway, Korea and various ports m Japan before returning to her homeport of San Diego in April 19t)4. 26 -limilMlWiW ' f " " " ■ ' - ' J ' ' " ■ ' » " ' ' " ■ -I i-.a ' - " " ' --iS ' -Ti HMs ' LIBERTY CALL LIBERTY ' CALL f 27 V-- ■ztoi ' „ ' ..;.. ' ■: r., i»iJj.dUi.ir. Kaji- ' ji:ijarjoi£iij wiaitikiiaHBQ: CKifirtiau- aaai feKi.x=LXiliXiJi: ■ i ' l ' Tf-n— Mii ' ItCt ' ■ " ' " ' tMI ' ' Hoy Joe, Wanna Beer? •• : ' J l.ltV.h. ' y ' mm k „.. ..j • " s H I P S i n P A R T Y 29 V-v .- J.-.:.: . M- - -.--.rf tf.. . ' ■ :;:(■! i VM ' Yr i -t r " niiW nr t ' .r a.acu C5aK5;!Et yh, irv ' ■rtiitfc iiir.uvi lf. ;Ll 1Ck; f r . ■rJ.l I.ftUflM■lab : w•■vv,-■ .». ■. .»M. - « l, w■» H Jr■ n. 30 MCfuma ITI Ik ' BtMiMi ipr u- .... - Y o u c a n b u y b e t t e r But Y o u c a n P a y 31 m o r e !i ' «- ' ' : ' -v. ' i3iisi ' i;3-«i ' r.iii«i«miMBMJSKnaa!iraBuuiMiiMBTOM.»«« ., ■ ¥■ rHASH V w o w O u c h Jt W h e e 32 1 .:jiJi]M£HaiMBiaBUiiSm iU.: » c ' .kKntu. ' .! :,- - u ' t . -. " w.iiy.--. T h e B a P t i s m Y e a T e a m 33 ■■ rti. .. t.-fr.-. •t u ' . l. ' M ■-■ ■, aJ,i :- ' a ■,t=ImiM£ait%iiM Mi .Mf i . - . ... .rf«.■« t «t■ ■ .,■fa . l , .- «i.— . . ■ . . .yi wf;| , I ■!■ 1 1 1 ' t r ---- ■ --- - tr ■••■ ' ■ ■- ■■ ' ■-!■ - " n-- » » t . -t.. . . ■« „ ■ - ■_■_■,:■ itTMjUAinrtW. liii R l : )iW H BVH fc SttSMC ■ppipa . . ■■■■-. ..Sy- ' » Ringer The " In " Crowd :, V-f;; G a r c o n 34 THE SPORTS WE LIKE 35 ' ■■ -i ' -i -r ffrSK T-- - ' -- - ' - " ' - ■ ' - ' -■• ' ■ ■ ■ ift ' ' -- -.■-■■ ■- ' ' .■■ ' i.-j- -{ itt-i iriity-rf -- ' t rriiA- ' r ' ' p ' ' ' ' ' r ' ' vw. iii- -: ' Uj- u - ■L ' Vf»: 3 WriifrJK «%1 r SPEED DEMON JONES VS. TINY TOES BAD MAN BEAUMIESTER VS. THE SNIPE mi BAB ' i BOY SHREPERD VS. THE CHAMP ' IVE ' HAD IT " In This Corner 36 , - ■ ' Waltz Me Around Again, Willie I M - J ;;H 37 • -j. .. ' - ;;i: pe -. w---.«r. o...- - Jt- . J W- ■■-.,, ..r.,r...--.wii.t-.....,.- -o . | ,w ,. yy .- r k ■ l - al».-.:y, -W4i-w ' ua. . f ]-1i )„ , , ..V-j 1 »a. -. iLJt: -i..j.ifi t:.. .:.i: .. ,v.i i.ti . ic: Ty |W;Hif|H ffly HAPPY HOUR Right! 38 Million Dollar Babies SHIPPING OVER 39 V. B.i. -j .f .-»-..--.....;-u . .-..Mj«.....si«.i. » jmi ,.fi.ii.i«K«uki:.vajMit«irin«in.M m- ... ■Jv.ti.iiwf.fi l.J.lljart»m«« c a s t r o BEARD GROWING CONTEST C o u s i n s The Champs t. ' - .f?J«J» i v 46 40 h a V e t h e C o n n GOING HOME fe- Steer course 090 41 - - ,. ..-. «- -.. ■■ - ., , ■ | ' ;,-|-lrii ' ' i - ' i-[ ■ f r " r— ii- r ' r i ' i ' n y ii nn tfi- i iifl-nt i -nmiU ' rirr i -n im Ti i art i ir i i mf ' " ' - ' ' — ' ' ' ' .r-u.;.:;.iiwl,.jl,.-.n,:..i..,.vie?i: L o V e I y I SAN DIEGO } mif With Round Eyes 42 N . ■-.-gia«,»-,.;T;--. ii... ' , t..-; t;;.ift». . ' .-, .. ' .. , u..»Lij. ij-«:, .i..: jj-. »m.. :.,i t...T■Ji■ .■. Jlz ,A,r■iii, .r. ' u .i: :.,-,■l ■ iL :, i.u : t:nl.yLi .. SHIPMATES This book will serve as a reminder to you of our successful deployment to Westpac from June to November 1 05. We steamed a good many miles and saw few ports but we managed to stay happy. We were always ready to work und we maintained an outstanding reputation for readiness. I am proud to say that 1 was in PARKS on this cruise and proud to say that 1 was shipmates with the best crew that manned the best destroyer in the best Na 7 in the world. Good Luck ji )- Geo. B. Wilson Jr 44 a . kukaMMIItACMIiMriMuMMdkHi STAFF SUPERVISOR KNSIGN IWRIN J I J EDITOR-MAYEAUX SN. photoc;rapher cartoonist assistant MEMORIUM - BROWN ICFN RAND RDSN SUATLLIAN RDSN CHAPLAIN MacCULLOUGH 45 %M •irfVli Jiffi ' VartW- ' ■ „■.... a-..vj»,. ' ij...4ij..jjufii- .,t) ..jma .li.ilih.ii4 iiaiafca«ijk.la..-.iJ;I :.;j,L... •p slVU}tvitiiU IMifr{. litt n c i IN MEMORIAM The Officers and Men of the U.S.S. I -LOYD B. PARKS were saddened by the loss of a ship- mate, Jolm Miles WALKER, MM2, who died in an automobile accident on 27 November 1965. He had served in the Navy for eight years. John was a good citizen and Navy man who idways carried out his duties to the best of his ability. John was laid to rest at l ort Rosecrans National Cemetary, with full military honors, on 1 December 19t)5. His family presented a gift to the U.S.S. I ' LOYD B. PARKS, in his name, to be used in a suitable memorial. l " he gift will be used to assist needy children in the Philippines to gain an education so that the ' y can make a worthwliile contribution to a democratic society. 46 Am.- -iMdMUUi ..■«t rf J V ■ . Hf-i " i itt -VJM ' ,c-- «.:..i.j.. ' .kK ..■-■ .i .«rt:■. yflilp|,■ «.M «.,..■ .lr, f l»»Lvv;.■,. JJJ,.::. .t y . .; |w■l A1 X 1 •?:. If ■ ■; .jv • ' ■. - ,;..:. j«, f -, ; ■ . ' ' : ' : ' ' ■, ' ' ,■ ' ■ ■■ -■ « .. ' ■ .■• ' ■ . . ■ •- ¥ «;■ . ..■. • ef..AIRC AUERM-A - - : -. 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