Floyd Parks (DD 884) - Naval Cruise Book

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Parks Breaking the Traditional Champagne Floyd B. Parks - Cn The Way HISTGRY QF DD-884 SS FLOYD B. P RKS On June 4, I942, Major Floyd Bruce Parks, USMC, Squadron Commander for Marine Fighter Squadron 22I, was reported missing in action during an attack against Japanese over Midway Island during the Battle of Midway. For his heroism in this famed battle, which is considered by many historians to be the turning point of World War ll, Major Parks was posthumously awarded the Navy Cross. The Gearing Class destroyer, constructed in honor of Major Floyd B. Parks and to carry his name for the next twenty-seven years, both in battle and in peacetime, was built by Consolidated Steel Corporation of Orange, Texas. On March 3l, l945, Mrs. Floyd B. Parks christened the ship at launching ceremonies. After preliminary underway exercises, the USS Floyd B. Parks was commissioned on July 2l, l945, and proceeded to San Diego, California, which was to be her home port for 27 years. Since commissioning the USS Floyd B. Parks has deployed for duties in the Western Pacific twenty times under the direction of nineteen commanding officers. Her most outstanding actions were her participation in the 60-day seige on Wonson Harbor during the Korean Conflict and her final tour in the waters off the Republic of Vietnam where she provided naval gunfire support to South Vietnamese Troops. ln the Wonson Harbor seige, the USS Floyd B. Parks spent more time than any other ship in this engagement, which was the longest seige in the history of the United States Navy. During her final deployment, the USS Floyd B. Parks provided shore bombardment with such volume and accuracy that she was nicknamed "SUPERFRAM" by the gunfire observers and spotters working with the ship. Gn March ll, l956, the USS Floyd B. Parks suffered her only major tragedy in a collision with the heavy cruiser, USS Columbus, while conducting operations with the Seventh Fleet. The collision resulted in the deaths of two men and the loss of a forty foot section of the USS Floyd B. Parks' bow. In l963 the USS Floyd B. Parks underwent major reconstruction under the Fleet Rehabilitation and Modernization Program CFRAM-IJ in Bremerton, Washington, during which she received much of the equipment that attributed to her operational readiness for the next ten years. 3 -Y .W Mrs. Floyd B. Parks And Bess Parks CMOUWBYD at Christen' USS Floyd B. Parks before Fram Conversion ing ceremony. Damage sustained in collision with the USS COLUMBUS in l956 Z USS FLOYD B. PARKS after Fram conversion , W u -, y'g,ff,.. f' W... 'M Q-: ,f,,.f- .. , f ,v -f A, aslw5+EzWZZZ COMMA DI G OFFICER 29 JUNE l97l to 20 NOVEMBER l972 Commander James M. McCulloch, USN, was born 2I December I934 in Plainview, Texas, and was graduated from Texas Technological University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Agronomy. He attended Officer Candidate School and was commissioned as an Ensign on I4 April I957. His first tour of duty was aboard the USS Uhlmann CDD-6875 where he serv- ed as Anti-Submarine Warfare Officer and Weapons Officer. ln April l96O Com- mander McCuIloch was released to inactive duty. He volunteered for recall to ac- tive duty and in October I96l, Commander McCulloch was ordered to duty as Ex- ecutive Officer of the USS Conquest CMSO-4885. Commander McCulloch was assigned to the Naval Postgraduate School in March I963, where he successfully completed the Engineering Science Curriculum. He then transferred to the Nuclear Effects Engineering Curriculum and was awarded a Bachelor of Science Degree in physics upon graduation in June l966. Following this tour of duty Commander McCulloch was assigned as Executive Officer of the USS Morton CDD-9485 where he served until he was ordered to the Staff of Destroyer Squadron FIVE in August l967. He served as Chief of Staff and Operations Officer until December l968 when he was assigned to Field Command Defense Atomic Support Agency as a nuclear physicist. In April l97I, Commander McCulloch was ordered to assume command of the USS Floyd B. Parks. Through his competent leadership, and the high esteem in which the crew held him, Commander McCulloch was the keystone upon which the excellent reputation of "SUPERFRAM" was built during his tour as Commanding Officer. - On 20 November l972 Commander McCulloch was relieved of command and transferred to Staff, Commander Cruiser-Destroyer Force, U.S. Pacific Fleet. CDR JAMES M. McCULLOCH, USN in "', . ' wa ..7'E , CZANG vw CQMMAN H0 G KO G, BCC zo OCTOBER I972 5 ummm W9 X , ,Q f i Z 4 1 5 Am, x Y lx 1441! Xxx x xxx X11 Y 1 fb S X X X xx X x , x f ,W f 3 Z X 'Sf wc Wfiivfgw 3 NZ W 2 Q M f f 64 54 V f wi' if W gi X f YS 7 NN f X 7 ' My Wa , ,f Q , , A CDR EUGENE J. ERNER, USN COMMA DING OFFI ER 20 NOVEMBER l972 TO PRESENT Commander Eugene J. Erner, USN, was born on 28 June I932 in East DuBu- que, Illinois. He enlist in the United States Navy on I4 June l95O and progressed from Airman Recruit to Aviation Electronics Technician First Class. He was in- tegrated through Officer Candidate School and was commissioned an Ensign on I5 August I956. ' Commander Erner served in USS Brush CDD-7455 as CIC Officer from I956 to l958, and was then assigned to Staff, Commander Destroyer Squadron 9 from l958 to l96O. From l96O to l962 he served as Officer-in-Charge of Mobile Elec- tronics Technical Unit 3 in Japan, then from l963 to I964 he was assigned as the Weapons Officer in USS Wilkinson CDL-SD. From I964 to l967 he was Officer-in-Charge of USS Alvin C. Cockrell CDE- 366D, following which he served a one year tour with United States Military Assistance Command, Vietnam, Naval Advisory Group, as Assistant Fleet Com- mand Advisor. He then served as Executive Officer of USS Black CDD-6665 from l968 to l969. Commander Erner entered the Naval Postgraduate School in l969, and graduated in December l97l with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in International Relations. Prior to his assuming command of USS Floyd B. Parks on 20 November I972, Commander Erner was Commanding Officer of USS Perkins CDD-8775. M,..M..c....,M,,m..,...,.,,.,,,,,... -M .... ,.,W,.... .... T.. EXECUTIVE OFFICER Lieutenant Commander Joseph Keeley, USN,isa I959 graduate ofthe United LQDR JQSEPH KEELEY, USN States Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland. Upon graduation he reported y l aboard the USS Beale CDDE-47D where he served as First Lieutenant, ASW Of- ficer, Engineering Officer and Operations Officer. In I963 he reported to the Of- ficer Training Division at the U.S. Fleet Sonar School, Key West, Florida. Lieute- nant Commander Keeley was assigned to the USS Bauer CDE-lO25D in I967 as Ex- ecutive Officer and Navigator. 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A A- '---f W' ' 7 "The Pearl ofthe Orient", as seen from atop Victoria Peak. It rains a lot in Hong Kong. HL NG KONG Directing traffic, an everyday job for Hong Kong Police ww- fwwm tm--qw, f ,V ' if 5 2 ,gy M '3'."'7tT5'-1 7F'55f1? -. .Q -J' -1.: HONG KONG---A city of impressions, leaves its mark' on a sailor. Tailored suits, new cameras from the China Fleet Club, the Star Ferry, Kowloon night clubs, rain every day, the tramway, bearded sailors with British accents, warnings about rickshaw drivers, the look-alike concrete buildings, the left-hand driving, fleet landing, cheap prices, the crowded harbor, the water taxis, sidewalk vendors, junks, the smell of the Orient mixed with gasoline fumes, those big Hong Kong dollars and girls. That, was Hong Kong. The Laughing Buddha of Tiger Balm Gardens. l A typical Hong Kong street scene. QTop leftj Rickshaws are a common mode of transportation. CLeftD A mother gives her baby a bath, curbside. 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A i N 3 w Where surfmg 1S klng "Hao1e-type". ,E 31 Ei 5 4 i 2 2 3 5 , 1 i , 2 5 2 5 f 4 4 5 3 1 z ggi HAWIW USS ARIZ ONA Mem origl A native girl makes grass skirts at the Inter- national Market Place. "Hawaii is the loveliest fleet of islands that lies- anchored in any ocean. No alien land in all the world has any deep strong charm for me but that oneg no other land could so longingly and beseechingly haunt me sleeping and waking through half a lifetime as that one has done. Other things leave me, but it abides. For me its balmy airs are always blowing, its summer seas flashing in the sung the pulsing of its surf- beat is in my ears. In my nostrils still lives that breath of flowers that perished twenty years ago ..... " ---MARK TWAIN The classic Hawaiian landmark, Diamondhead. Xxx X' "Hawaiian-type NEW ADDITIGNS TO THE PARKS FAMILY Lisa Dianne Brown Q ,r Sixties lf W ff QW A century ago men were following with bated breath the march of Napoleon and waiting with feverish impatience for news of the wars And all the while in their own homes babies were being born But who could think about babies? Everybody was thinking about battles ln one year midway between Trafalgar and Waterloo there stole i Wg? Duane Mait and l I Edward O'Conne I 62 into the world a host of heroes Gladstone was born in Liverpool Ten- nyson at the Somersby Rectory, and Oliver Wendell Holmes in Massachusetts, and the very same day of that year, Abraham Lincoln drew his first breath in old Kentucky. Music was enriched by the advent of Felix Mendelssohn at Hamburg. "But nobody thought of babies, everybody was thinking of battles. Yet which of the battles of l89O mattered more than the babies of l89O? We fancy that God can only manage His world with big battalions, when all the time He is doing it by beautiful babies. When a wrong wants righting, or a truth wants opening, God sends a baby into the world to do it." And that's the truth. Ever since the world began, that has been the rule of things. From the time that Jochebed hid her baby Moses among the rushes by the river, it has been the same. In anticipation of crises that God knew the muddled minds of men would bring about, just a little while before He has sent a tiny baby into some humble home, and there, within the shadow of a mother's love, He has prepared Himself a man to clear away the clouds and lighten the darkness. .. .. SUPERFRAM'S s WIFE OF THE YEAR Annually shlps of the fleet select a Wlfe OfThe Year and nomlnate her for partuclpatlon In the Navy Wlfe Cf The Year Contest Selectlon of a Wlfe Of The Year for I972 by the Floyd B Parks Committee was dlfflcult for the wives of the crewmen of the Floyd B Parks during thus deployment had shown themselves to be an excep tlonal group In all respects The wlves had formed the Parks Wnves Club and became mterdependent upon each other for the problems facing them durlng the absence of their husbands They pooled their talents to everyday problems and worked long seven months of loneliness of thelr husbands In all the wlves of Floyd B Parks proved themselves to be good candldates for Wlfe Of solve the common together to face the the separation from the crewmen of the each and every one The Year Hazel M Rogers Selected to represent the Wlfe Of The Year for IQ72 was Hazel M Rogers wlfe of HMC Rogers the shlp s Senior Medlcal Representative Mrs Rogers was selected not only because of her clvlc mmdedness actlvlty In her church and wlth the Girl Scouts and ac tlvlty In the Parks Wlves Club but because she was always there to lend a helping hand words of encouragement transportation or whatever else was needed She was selfless In her dedlcatlon to the other wlves and worked hand In hand with her husband to render any and all assistance to the crewmembers and their wlves that she could To her the crew of the USS Floyd B Parks says Thank you for a yob well done' n , km ' , .l - , T u - 1 11 - P 9 1 ' 9 ' n 1 T. El ll El iff si ll 5, .- I i , , lf . . , . ' 7 ' ' ' , . . l Q 1 ' - - - n - f ll u n - 7 9 " n Q ' .l , - ' u ' n , . . i............. The Bonus Babies e 'cf-1-sig.:-1wf'rv1B:l,. " A K-1.-1-,..-.1 .- za ' M .,... r 1 , -A-vm-'fri-nw-1w-ur-A-mg,.-.1 REENLISTMENTS 5 i gs SD Mora ES SH2 Cardinal STC Tolman PC2 Christy RM2 Grimes MMC Brown "We Dol" FTG2 Garner 15' , ,. I v 3 1 ! i I l 3 5 -L E MM2 Lane BT3 Bender ' i W. K i RMC R03"k SK2 Bigornia NotAPictured: CS3 Murray and SM3 Hartz. A 1 1 h A The men of the Navy providevthe power. Without them, the Navy would be like a ship without propellers. 7' AND QFFICER PR TIQNS LTJG Moran LT.lGWhitman LTJG Schmidt , f 9 Making up our motto sign let them know SUPERFRAM is coming HAWAII T0 S DIEGO PREPARI G QLIR RETLIR Super Signs for SUPERFRAM I SHEE- CUR FAMILIES HAD BEEN MAKING PREPARATICNS ALSO The Welcoming Committee 49 LIPERFRAM CGME Q Q I eeeem emeem ...ii ---.. MTH Nl, HOME Seven Months Is A Long Tlme The Waiting Crowd 'mf FROM THE FINAL VQYAGE CRUISEBOOK STAFF RM3 O'Connell Editor HMC Rogers Assistant Editor, Photography, Art, Layout and Design OSSN Roberts Layout and Design SKI Lewis Copy FTG3 Boyd SK3 Sobeloff RMSN Epperson Photography At press time for this book, the decision had been made by the Chief of Naval Operations that the USS Floyd B. Parks is to be decommissioned on 2 July l973. lt is only fitting that this, the last voyage of the USS Floyd B. Parks, was to earn the ship the nickname of "SUPERFRAM". The USS Floyd B. Parks was a ship with a soul. The soul was instilled into the ship by the thousands of men who served on the USS Floyd B. Parks during the twenty- seven years of uninterrupted service, both in war and in peace. The passing of the USS Floyd B. Parks, and sister ships of the FRAM-I class will be the end of an era, the era of the true "tin can sailor." 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