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LCDR W.A. Toehlke
LCDR Walter Arthur TOEHLKE, was born May 3, 1934, in Brooklyn, New York.
I-Ie was commissioned an Ensign in the U. S. Navy in June 1956, upon graduation
from the Maine Maritime Academy at Castine, Maine where he also received an un-
limited third matels license in the U. S. Merchant Marine. After commissioning.
LCDR TOEHLKE reported to the USS MERAPI CAF-385, and served as First Lieu-
tenant, then as Operations Officer.
From 1958 - 1959 he was assigned to the USS SEVERN QAO-615 where he served
as Operations Officer and Navigator. From 1959 - 1960 he served another tour as
Operations Officer aboard the USS PILLSBURY CDER-1335. Following a tour of in-
struction at the DESLANT Afloat Gunnery School in Newport, Rhode Island. LCDR
TOEI-ILKE reported to the USS BIASSEY CDD-7785 where he served as Gunnery
Officer until 1962.
From 1962 - 1965 LCDR TOEHLKE was assigned to the newly established De-
stroyer School at Newport, Rhode Island, where he served as a weapons instructor.
Following this tour in Newport, Rhode Island, he was assigned as Surface Operations
Officer on the staff of Commander Cruiser-Destroyer Flotilla NINE which was em-
barked in USS GALVESTON QCLG-35. In December 1966, he reported to USS FLOYD
B. PARKS for duty as Executive Officer.
LCDR TOEI-ILKE is married to the former Beverly BROWN of Briarcliff. Nlary-
land. They have two sons and make their home in Coronado, California.
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Commander Guy Morton NEELY, Jr. was born 31 October 1927 in Washington, D.C., and was graduated
from the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, and commissioned an Ensign on 3 June 1949. His first
duty was in the Gunnery Department of USS ROCHESTER CCA124D, homeported in Newport, Rhode Island,
and later in Long Beach, California. During this period ROCHESTER served as flagship for Commander Seventh
Fleet and participated in United Nations operations in Korean waters including support of the amphibious
landing at Inchon and Wonsan in the fall of 1950. From September 1951 until March 1952, he attended CIC
Officer's School, NAS Glenview, Illinois, and then reported to USS MASSEY CDD 7785 in Norfolk, Virginia,
in which he served as Gunnery Officer until July 1954. In August 1954 he returned to the U.S. Naval Academy
as an instructor in the Department of Marine Engineering.
In August 1956 then Lieutenant NEELY assumed command of USS Lawrence County CLST 8875 in San
Diego, California, and participated in operations with the First and SEVENTH Fleets, in support of nuclear
weapons tests at Eniwetok Atoll and in cold weather exercises in Alaskan waters. Upon detachment in October
1958 he reported to the office of the Chief of Naval Operations in Washington for duty in the Strategic Plans
Division as Assistant Head of the Latin-American Strategic Plans Section. During this tour he was assigned
additional duty as an Advisor to the U.S. Delegations to the Inter-American Defense Board, the Joint Brazil-
U.S. Defense Commission, the Joint Mexican-U.S. Military Commission and as a White House Aide. In June
1960 he left Washington for duty as Aide and Flag Lieutenant to Commander Seventh Fleet in the Western
Pacific until August 1962 after which he was ordered to USS COGSWELL HDD 6515 in San Diego, California
for duty as Executive Officer from September 1962 until September 1963. In October 1963 Commander NEELY
reported for duty as Aide and Flag Lieutenant to the Commander in Chief, U.S.Naval Forces Europe QCINCU-
SNAVEURJ, in London until March 1965 when he became Senior Aide to the Commander in Chief, Allied
Forces Southern Europe CCINCSOUTHD, in Naples, Italy. In January 1966 he was detached from the staff of
CINCSOUTH and on 18 March 1966 assumed command of USS FLOYD B. PARKS CDD 8845.
Commander NEELY is a holder of the Joint Services Commendation Medal Cfor service at CINCSOUTHD,
the American Theater ribbon, World War II Victory ribbon, Korea ribbon Q3 starsj, Korean PUC ribbon, Occu-
pation ribbon QAsia Claspb, National Service ribbon, the UN for Korea ribbon, and the Vietnamese Service
ribbon C1 starj.
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LCDR R.C. Woods
LCDR Robert C. WOODS was born December 5, 1930 in Fargo, North Dakota. I-Ie
was commissioned an 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 University of Minnesota for one year. Upon commissioning LCDR
WOODS reported to the USS SKAGIT CAKA-1051, serving first as CIC Officer and
then as Boat Group Commander until late 1955.
Subsequent tours of duty included: 1955-57 Engineer Officer USS Charles P.
CECIL CDDR-83555 1957-59 Aide to the Commandant 9th Naval District, Great Lakes,
Ill. g 1959-61 Executive Officer USS SAVAGE CDER-3865, 1962-64 ENS-LTJG Assign-
ment Officer, Bureau of Naval Personnel.
LCDR WOODS reported to PARKS for duty as Executive Officer in August 1965
upon graduation from the Naval War College, Command SL Staff Course, at Newport,
Rhode Island in June 1965.
LCDR WOODS is married to the former Mary Lou MCKINLEY. They have two
sons and one daughter and make their home in Coronado, California.
LCDR WOODS Was detached from PARKS in December 1966 to take command of
USS CHARLES BERRY CDE-10351.
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