Forrest Royal (DD 872) - Naval Cruise Book

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k g ., i s 1 A i L 1, 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1-1 F. I l 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1. 1 W, 1 1 1 1 L 1 I, I1, H 1, I1 1 1 , il 1? 151 if, 'TZ C 'fr I-lf' rv? C.. HISTORY OF THE uss FORREST ROYAL coo-am lf 'A N166 The USS- FORREST ROYAL, a destroyer of the GEARING Class, with a displacement of 2250 tons, viiasythe largest. ship of her type to be built by the Bethlehem Steel Corporation of Staten Island, New York. Her keel was lard 8 June 1945. She was launched on 17 January 1946 and commissioned 29 June 1946. Named after the late Rear Admiral Forrest Betton Royal, she was sponsored at her launching by Admiral Royal's daughter, Miss Katherine Knight Royal. After fitting out, she departed New York on 15 August for a shakedown cruise to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, operating in this area until the following March. On 21 April ROYAL headed for Pensacola, Florida, where she operated as planeguard for the next three years. In 1950 she saw action in Korea with many of her sister ships. She reported for duty in the Far Easton 28 October 1950, and soon was engaged in both minesweeping and shore bombardment at Chimnampo. In Dec- ember the ship took part in the epic evacuation of UN troops from Hungnam. Seven months later she returned to Newport, Rhode Island. For the next three years, ROYAL conducted routine operations, including cruises to Europe, the Mediter- ranean and various ports in the United States. In 1955 she embarked on a 40,000 mile round-the-world cruise. Then on 14 September 1956, ROYAL was deployed to the SIXTH Fleet. Almost seven months and 48,000 miles later, she returned to Newport. In the meantime, She had crossed the equator four times and had operated as a unit of both the SIXTH Fleet and Middle East Force. When the crisis in Lebanon flared, ROYAL was ordered to that area, making stops for replenishment at Annapolis, Norfolk, Morehead City, San Juan, Gibraltar and Naples. She arrived in Beirut on 20 August 1958, only to be ordered six days later, in company with the carrier ESSEX, to the scene of another troublesome situation, Formosa. ROYAL arrived in Subic Bay on 12 September, and after operations in the Formosa Straits she headed home again, arriving at Newport on 19 November, by way of Singapore, Malaya, Colombo, Ceylon, Capetown, South Africa and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. During the winter and following spring, ROYAL served as part ofthe ready ASW task force in the Atlantic. The summer of 1959 found her sailing as part of Task Force 47 on the historic Ulnland Seas" cruise, which saw the United States- -send warships into the Great Lakes for the first time since the Vllar of 1812. ROYAL, with a group of Midshipmen aboard, visited Detroit, Superior, Port Huron, and Cleveland, hosting more than 100,000 visitors. On 21 March 1960, ROYAL deployed once more to the Mediterranean with Destroyer Squadron 10. Here she operated. as an element of both the SIXTH Fleet and the Mid-East Force, visiting numerous ports along the Riviera and throughout the Eastern Mediterranean, Red Sea and Persian Gulf areas. One of the highlights of the cruise was a trip along the western coast of France to the ports of La Pallice and Bordeaux, where she, being the first warship to visit these ports in several years, received a warm welcome. On 1 May 1961, ROYAL entered Boston Naval Shipyard for the complete facelifting, called FRAM lFleet Rehabilitation and Modernizationl. Among the more conspicuous changes and additions were removal of two 5-inch and all 3-inch gun mounts, addition of ASROC iAnti-Submarine Rocketl and DASH tDrone Anti'-Submarine Helicopterl systems and installation of new sonar, radar and communications equipment, completely new super-structure and improved living spaces. Following FRAM and a 6-week refresher training course at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, ROYAL proceeded to Mayport, Florida, her new home port, where she became part of Destroyer Squadron SIXTEEN. In October, she started work for Operational Test and Evaluation Force, Atlantic Fleet, at Key West. The first phase of this evaluation program ended just prior to the Cuban Crisis. When President Kennedy ordered the Cuban Quarantine, ROYAL headed south, and was one of the first destroyers to arrive in the quarantine area, steaming steadily and refueling nightly. When the crisis had calm- ed she returned to work for OPTEVFOR, and was busy well into December, conducting an evaluation ofthe ASROC weapons system. During this time she logged her 50th manned helicopter launch and recovery. g Soon after Christmas 1962, ROYAL put into Charleston Naval Shipyard for an interim yard availability. She was occupied there until late April. Shen she steamed out again, a trip to Patuxent River, Maryland, followed for operational tests of a new antenna. I In August 1963, FORREST ROYAL deployed with Destroyrer Squadron SIXTEEN to the Mediterranean, participating in NATO exercise RIPTIDE IV in transit. While acting as a unit of the SIXTH Fleet, the ship participated in the first firing of ASROC in the Mediterranean, launching her missile second ln a three ship salvo. Later she participated in Operation South-Trap, a NATO exercise which included amphibious landing in Turkish Thrace. ROYAL visited Palermo, Sicily, Naples, Taranto, Genoa and Brindisi, Italy, and Cannes and Menton, France during the deployment. She returned to Mayport just prior to Christmas, on 23 December 1963. I During the spring of 1964, FORREST ROYAL operated with units of the SECOND Fleet in the Atlantic and participated in POLARIS test firings at Cape Kennedy, Florida. In February ROYAL proceeded to Norfolk for six weeks to receive the final units of her DASH systems and two DASH radio controlled helicopters. On 1 June 1964, ROYAL sailed to Annapolis, Maryland and picked up a group of Midshipmen from the Naval Academy for their summer training cruise. From Annapolis, ROYAL crossed the Atlantic to Northern Eu-rope where she spent two months operating with Atlantic Fleet units and visiting several European ports, including Oslo, Norway, Antwerp, Belgium, Le Havre, France and Southampton, England. S l T if fs V ,EN 4 'IKE x 5 V M if Z 'S ti , 1 3742 R 'Lr.Z29rl RwfmVzH5'79l"W i - January 1965 O YAL at sea about halfway between Florida and Africa participating in the successful ect GEMINI sub-orbital test flight. From the middle of February until June, the ship at the Charleston Naval Shipyard. The ROYAL then returned to llllayport to pre- Bay, Cuba. While at Guantanamo Bay, the Destroyer the. August 2, 1965, the crew observed nd visit. for the sixth Fleet deployment. she yy By tithe lst ofitlanuary ROYAL' Valletta, Malta, Rhodes, FA' ' ' I "1 W V i 1 3 1 5 4 I 9 5 1 S f W, - 7 f V W M ,Xi V aw W qw WWWL W, ff AN f, ff W9 W W ,ww ,z f '? MN , ff WM, W UWM, ' ' Af.: N 52 li T? Yi M ,i VT 4 I 1 X r X I Wwwq 1 1 I 1 1 VW w l 1 aunwu:.xL V, COMMANDER WILLIAM D. CHATTLETON COMMANDING OFFICER Commander William D. Chattleton was born in Melbourne, Australia, on 12 April 1925, and entered the Naval Service in January 1943. After serving on the battleship, USS NEW YORK, he entered the NROTC program and was commissioned an Ensign in June 1946, after attending Yale and Brown Universities. After serving one year on the USS MEN DER KARSD-2l and participating in the Operation Crossroads Atomic Bomb tests at Bikini, he was released to inactive duty in June 1947, to continue studies at Brown University. He was recalled to active duty in September 1950, during the Korean War.During a 30 month tour on USS RICHARD B.ANDERSON KDD-786i which included assignment as Gunnery Officer, he earned four battle stars for participating in shore bombardments and gun strikes at Hungnam, Hamhung, Chongjin, Wonsan, Songjin and the bomb line. While operating with TE 77, he maneuvered the ship at night as OOD, on two occasions to locate and pick up crashed pilots and their crews when the USS ANDERSON was assigned as rescue de- stroyer. Commander Chattleton was Commanding Officer of the Naval Reserve Training Center, Fort Niagara, Youngs- town, N.Y. and subsequently was ordered to USS NORTHAMPTON CLC-1 as Assistant Gunnery and Air Defense Officer from 1955 - 1957. Prior to his assignment to the Destroyer USS GOODRICH KDDR-831i as Executive Officer, he spent three years in Logistics Planning on the CINCLANTICINCLANTFLT Staff. After recently completing a tour in OPNAV as Head of the Ordnance Material Section, Commander Chattleton was ordered to command of USS FORREST ROYAL CDD-8721, in July 1965. Commander Chattleton is married to the former Margaret Oakley and has four children, Eileen, age 15, Laurie Anne, age 11, Heather, age 6, and William Jr., age 41!2. Commander Chattleton and family reside at U.S. Naval Station, Mayport, Florida. . Lil f, 5 ' ff, 513 ' V , Q WVN, MMWYZ LT Watson W. Lunt LT Donald Ayre OPERATIONS OFFICER WEAPONS OFFICER LCDR G. R. McKee EXECUTIVE OFFICER LT Robert L. Burns ENS James L. Wilkes ENGINEERING OFFICER SUPPLY OFFICER . r - , - .- .Xe .. 4, L. . , ' E F -1 i V WT 1 QQ ian , I,-Q-f' is-'fl X 1, R I, Y,--'YYY---. Y- - , I " if f . Ens John Davidson OC DIVISION OFFICER OC Umm G. Hopkins, SMC B. West, RMC D a-DMEM . ,Agfngp pa G. Gandy, RM1 R. Lutz, PNl -Spi 0 0 R. Pickens, HM1 6 ,WW fr. 'S' , ff" 3"""1" ' l 4-fs? Z I, I I 3 1 1' 'if mju A we-. 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Q I x 4 ' -I f 3 rg S fi! f -is Jr, I , f .A , 'i .f-yi-V, -' J - , ' . ' , I , , .. , P V. WE i , .Yay 1 l ., .15-,.,f,.,..+ f . ss f , I .ssofx ' i ' .,.L,,, j-----N z. ,.,,,.. , ,..,. H off ., ml VY . , --W., Pg . . .a-gferg S " f MS f, if Www - . J mwfgzgs- . V - . 1+ x 1.1, ..,,j...,',H v ?,,.v M, W ,.,.. sins... X K H ,A I f ff' '--.1'v,5,5v22' ..-fr- :w'g'? fQ,"". , .' ' , -: W H Z K , , . 1 All we need is oil. 1k5Z3:-Eg-f.f.a: E. '- BY A FIRST PRIZE SHIP Mayport dressed herself in mourning when we put to sea. An overcast sky, with occasional rain and rough seas, greeted us on our departure, and the sad- ness felt upon starting a lengthy voyage away from home was with us, as well as those we left behind. A prayer by Chaplain Joseph A. Howland asked the Lord's blessing, and reminded us one and all, of our commit- ment to our land, its people, and those we love. By evening, the familiarity of the turbine whine, and the ship's continual mastery of the ever mounting seas, re- assured us. We were in good handsgwe were on our way safely and majestically. The trans- formation of a llCan-Do" ship into a t'Blue-Ribbon" ship had started. By the time we returned, the ship would wear a Blue- Ribbon in her hair, and would well deserve it. The crowns on the director and the ASROC launcher, would be symbols of the pride we had in our accom- plishments, and that we were proud to say we were men of the ROYAL. ' ' A 'Aiix 'Lf..Z,4-4 r El .Kg :gf tal . . ' i l ,r 4? i The Bridge. 1 S S ,W l rt, wi l li' l v . I I Sometimes we pitched. li, l . I I ,K W 5. - Q 'S-' , , 2, ' , Q -1 '45, . E -4-LQ.- f r l mV.V:,, UN A - Q ..., Q 4, V I 4 z y.,,, ?' ' , -' -. .' ,fi . . mt Q, J ' l " 'mwfaf-I-z.W..-,,,,fwof,f,1g',i" ' -A vw .-N, . it -9' + - , ,fff f ' ,,- T 2 T , it f , lm. . Nl, 1, 'j'?fi , ,. " . . 5 sf 44 Q 4, -.5 ' X' - - 9,4 l 5 I L , - - , - --mq lk, .1- ,J - -s .... -,mg MM . All we need are bearing scrapers. y li l i. 'i V l, ll i. , l lil l l" . th l W,- 413. V31 V' '- gh.-987 Y:-,4,,f, LCDR McKee Chief Hopkins W J" W nv -g I r. ' X I Y I . ln .lu . I ' o"k f L.,.....:::r V QM- , .. ,.,,,, Y,,,-, - Q' -'--- . ,S -,,..:f'-ww - . .. Mail Buoy, Mail Buoy look sharp now. fhe Mail bag's there, just over the bow. Better pay attention, and I mean how! Ask Beckhart, Padgett, and Urig ' They're believers now! Thirty-six hours out we were joined by three units of Destroyer Squadron 26, and the oiler USS Mississinewa. With hurricane Elena riding herd on us, we set a course to the east. We became familiar with the routine, re- fueling every two days, much maneuvering, and much practice to prepare us for the rigors of a Mediterranean Cruise. Refueling in heavy following seas was tiring for all concerned, but by the time we reached the Med, our speed and efficiency in rigging and refueling was worthy of note. Already Fulgham, BM1 on the after station, and White, BM2 on the forward station had started rig-time competition that set new marks each replenishment. And Erway, SN's voice was well limbered on the bridge to bridge phones, making sure that no one would forget it when the ROYAL was alongside. The Engineers performed superlatively in replacing a wiped bearing in 24 hours while underway. After the first ten days, an observer would have seen a ship whose sides were a little grimy, oil had stained them, whose brass was tarnished, heavy seas had turned it green, and whose decks were speckled with salt. She was not pretty, as she had been, but she had learned and accomplished, which was what she set out to do. STRAITS OF GIBRALTAR Coker, SN, -Hale, SN, Smith, SN, McIntosh, SN. Ltjg Marshall telling the- boys they'll be there in about a micro second. After Quarters one morning late in October, word spread from Combat that the coast of Africa was visible on Radar, and soon, the lookouts on the bridge could see it as well. Channel Fever is an interesting phenomenon to watch develop on a ship, the pace quickens, the step is lighter, and a smile is almost always present. This day was no exception. The ship's store did quantities of business, Geiger, SK3, ran out of movie film. The rails were manned with shutterbugs. Ltjg Westberg, Waitt, Nelson, and Mehr manned the director to get a better look through the ll big eyes". Robare, RD1 and Carter, RD3 came up to the Signal Bridge for a breath of fresh air and a glimpse of sunshine, and Raulerson, RDSN left his corner of CIC and breathed a sigh of relief. For those of us, whose first time it was to the Med, the Straits of Gibraltar was the start of a long, but interesting five months. No one wanted to miss it - that is, no one except the profes- sional llOld Salts" - 'lPappy" Bright, Condrey, DC1, and Scribner, GMG1, who were holding forth as usual in the Ordnance Workshop. The weather was not good that day and few of us saw Gibraltar itself, but the excitement was there. As Gibson, ET3, said later, while viewing a LONG movie shot of a foggy summit, 'll sure must have fallen in love with that mountain." Sherrill, SNQ Robare, RD1, Carter, RD3. a 1' H wfggsgg. E l l l l r ll ll li l ll l l l , , l l l l l l ll li gf Q l ll lr. , ,4-: -.:-1..,1,,Ll,.i,H. ,A 1, W, POLLENSA BAY, MALLORCA Two days' steaming found us anchored in Pollensa Bay on the northern tip of Mallorca. As the sun came up an armada of warships steamed over the horizon, into the bay, and anchored beside us. These were the ships we were to relieve. The USS D. H. FOX moored to our port side and briefed us on what would be expected of us. After four hours, she set sail for Norfolk, we were now a part of the Sixth Fleet. As we put to sea later that afternoon, in company with two cruisers and a carrier, we maneuvered smartly and looked sharp. We had learned a lot, but there was much more learning ahead. The Fleet anchors beside us. COHBSG, BIVISN and Snydeff SN try out the boat. The Fox moors beside us. Actually Gilson, RD1p Hopkins, SMC' and she wasn't as clean as we were, so Outen, SM3, we left her out of the picture. :keg 2 , ::+'w-'ma 4-747' - ' ' -:.iif.'L. Q-1: " ' T' 'QA-1.?,e2f',f11,4 .ufwr -"3 315-1- f'.,T"""'rf 'fa frf'-T: -xr- .-,-. .Msg : ' B d . , - . y av EYWGY, SN, Dlel' Sentry. Our hosts, the Italian Navy l By night with Friendship Lights. LA SP EZIA Eager to set foot on dry land for the first time in three weeks, we steamed into La Spezia, a large Italian Naval port, on a cold foggy morning. The mountains that rim the harbor were clothed in the burnished gold of Italian autumn. The city itself is quiet and modern, and the frosty morn- ings reminded us of New England's fall. But the ancient parapets and fortifications served to remind us ofa history far more ancient than ours. - At night the local bars were places of quiet enjoyment. In these taverns, usually run by an elderly couple, furnished sparsely with rustic chairs and tables, and dispensing conviviality with the local Birra, we entertained ourselves, the Italian military, and the local populace. Tours to Florence and Pisa were arranged and those who were adventurous went to Genoa. For almost a week we had ourselves a relaxing time, before setting to sea. Aa2au-.fa .:..t.,ig,: Italian cohorts. Montagino, STG3g Fisher, STGSN PISA Y. ..,44:A-4 'lf'f""""w """""""' "" "Y "'w""""' Leaning is a pastime in Pisa. 'ITYM , X: ' 1 ff K' f" f-"""Mwl Bowin, RD3g Remenak, RD3p F oyd, FTG3 as E.. s i Azfw4f,L:-.f.,.. ,. .. ,. NW' wiv . Colwick, RMSNQ Hunley, QMBQ Barringer, SNQ Liebow, RMB. ef ' ' as-Ms.-.. . p- - ,, ,,,, -'X-B' ,,x,g.. A r i i i i i 1 4 i 1 i i , i 6 i , 1 i 9 1? L , L i V: ii ii -i ii ii X -4 .Ji .4-'L ' .ggi ,. :Magic c 'gm' FLORENCE The city spreads out before you. The bridges OVC' the AWG- iargfgl' glalggberspecher' EM37 1 , 41 X , , W 3 . l The sr.-noe of David Adams, YN3: Shelton, SN: Jennings, FN: Collier, ICS- Piazzale Michelangelo. PaSC8Zl0, UK3- , 1 . ll ,,fNf,,, l 11-N. if N 'Me . , . N w , ar Q, ,,,,,, "', 7 ,r ,',, if wr hi' 'Q S fffgv Y fi, X X N 4. 1 x N . ... r - ,MQ -Q., , i ,M X , ,, X ,,, , 1 xc Q 9 ,4, , f xc M ,, W f f xW Aix X f , , ,, 1 W 9 Q1 f7'f 1 4 1 y Q f,jiw r af A M, mi .1 f W Z fm, f NX 5 M961 Shia f f, of fwxgx ec Nw 721 , ex! , X M fafc f xi V R ! fr ,af,,-as N' 1 ' -M, f f N l Q fwiw " ,YW JW 1-ee?" 'S in . 'f :WW gr fS:,.:,fe,., in me Z - X Torre della Signoria. Piazza della Signoria. Savonarola was burned here. !f ,I ,fag f -Q ' if Santa Croce. 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Suk' Q, x , , 4 l l l l 51 1 ,, , 6 E VE, 4 'is 4 . n Led by the guided missile cruiser, USS BOSTON CCAG-ll, and the USS YARNELL lDl.G-17l, eight naval vessels steamed proudly into Marseilles Harbor. The winter sun provided little warmth to those of us manning the rail to enter port, 'twith pea coats buttoned, collars down." Marseilles is France's largest seaport and has a long history. To the Romans, it was the seaport of Massillia, but extensive destruction during World War II has left little of ancient value, and conversely rebuilding has made the city clean and and prosperous. Large department stores, good restaurants, and cozy night clubs, gave us a taste delicious Provencale cooking and French hospitality. i l 'r X ' MIREILLEH Le Twist Christine When you hear of France you think of French women, and Marseilles was no ex- ception. Many of the clubs had their own version of the follies to wow the bachelors aboard. Highlight of our stay was a fashion show on the mess decks, complete with a display of Gallic pulchritude in bikinis.The models, Mireille and Christine, gave us a demonstration of the twist, assisted by Outen, SMSN and Brindle, SN. A surprise ap- pearance of Miss ASROC in a very brief bikini capped the day. Miss ASRUC. l --'-'i"' If7i1'ifl'L1r.':Tr:.:,:..,.L,,-.1 ,-A ,. P ,1 K- , ,, . ., .. . ,l,-,,,,V,,4J.- V .: .V ..,. .- A1 V- 1 '- ' - ,, , A ., 4-VV Y . .. , 1. Q -'- - -v V --- - - J- , ,. -. 5. , . ..,,-.--Ka-.. Y Chateauneuf des Papes. l Palais des Papes Avignon. Ensign Parker, the tour officer, arranged tours of the local country- side. We saw Aix, an ancient university city, and Avignon, a medieval fortress town prominent in the 14th century as the home of the Popes during their exile from Rome. The next town on the tour was Arles, significant for its Roman ruins and Coliseum which is still used as a bullfight arena today. Colwick, RMSN, Shelton, SN, and Remenak, RD3 used up many rolls of film on this tour. The last stop was at Les Baux, a mountain-top fortress where the inhabitants lived in homes cut into live rock. From this vantage point we could see, at sunset, all of southern France, a perfect finale to an excellent tour. Des enfants. l f2ff:-:JM oondfey, DClj Adams, viva, ' Caporale, FN, Colosseum at Arles. NAPLES ., e . .- '.f'fvffi-'."". . ,, A ., ,, 1 , AA.,,..,e - k . f N if as , .WMM 2? 7 S "J, Z v x ' f 2 gf , , 1 . il l l kr il ,x I Naples waterfront with Vesuvius in background. Naples provided an excellent opportunity to get some needed repair work done with the able assistance of the tender USS SHENANDOAH. Many long hours were spent fixing machinery and electronic equipment as well as painting and polishing. Gilson, RD1 did a land office business with our popcorn machine as the minesweepers moored alongside took advantage of the luxuries of the tin can Navy. The days were actually quite peaceful for the 1 NIC was out of commission most of the time. For many, Naples provided a fine opportunity for shipping for the rapidly approaching Christmas holidays. Everyone welcomed the pause provided by Thanksgiving Day as a time of rest followed by the traditional turkey dinner. Mount Vesuvius and Pompeii were interesting local attractions for the many tour minded Royal sailors. Naples was also the jumping off point for three day Rome tours.Even U Hoot" Gibson, ETN3 tore himself away from his tube tester to tour this historic city. 1 59951 SN- Cortese, BNISN. ,'w- V, Liberty Launch. , y, , flif"Z 9 I , ,N , V A Thanksgiving dinner. Liberty call, Blazek, SN, Torres, SN The ship was painted ff0m Stem to Stem- Griffiths, SN, Ortega, SN, Williams, SN Mitchem, SN, Biggs, SN. 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Li if 11 5, ! 1 1 11 . . , ww.. 1-59? :Wfi www ,1mW,4g 1 - V 4.-Q far: 1 1 1 I 1 1-.9-f.Aw M I f,-WMA-',r.4 .V r i L MALTA 'rf' i. . , ,l w.,qg:.wAJijKx5gi:,.+ I f 1 M579 ' 1 3 iez, 1 , , , T c 'i'l fi V 'Fl " 'A ,A, 'K r' imuvfi-ii. 1,A k 12 "f.?" ' im4"'P'M1fl'l5'?n4.2s"!r fy .g,'llfi.gggj4 iff ' The FORREST ROYAL never looked better. We became familiar with the water taxis. After a busy three days at sea, we arrived at Valletta, Malta. llllalta is a historically strategic island situated between Sicily and the coast of Africa. Small and densely populated, it has suffer- s since the time of the Phoenicians. Besieged by the Turks the island was devastated in the 16th century, and ln World War II it was the victim of 120,000 bombing raids by the Axis. l-lowever, there is little evidence of past trouble in the minds of the Maltese people. ed in many conflict - - .44 si-,V V 11-:ss They turned out in droves for Bill and Contacts, Unfortunately Bill and Contacts were turned out shortly thereafter. Kyle, RD3, Giargiano, RDSN. Malta opened her doors to us. We found our schedule filled with numerous activities. The Maltese American community, and the Royal British Navy went all out to make us feel welcome and the hospitality and genuine friendship encountered were superb. The fact that most people spoke English made us feel even more at home. Having just completed a tender availability, we used the good weather to put the finishing touches on the cleaning and painting of the ship. When we looked at her from the ancient parapets of Fort St. Angelo she glistened in the bright Maltese sun, far outshining her Navy sisters. Describing the Royal at that time, Cdr. Chattleton had this to say, "We really put .the frosting on the cake, so to speak: FORREST ROYAL has never looked better, and I would be proud to take her anywhere, or put her on display for anyone." 's if 5 2. me V s J - zxyffg. ' 2 ff K A W, Y! X, ff, f, Ah. , wawffwf is! 'f f ' 5. rf K ...WWW -fx il 6 f ., 4 f' of f S l gf! ' Meinke, STG2, -Coutts, STG3. Scott, GMGSN and Culpepper, GIVIGSN 'lputting the frosting on the cake so to speak." " -1-'f " ' ' F .. -.-.4 H9312uar".nn:.'v,LLv:.1f- Y .-sqm.-su.-r.-.ax.1nL'-afxznzs.-zz.:-ss.-La' .j-133 fu-. arg .., -',. J' " ' ' 1- if ': ': ,x v' - ti: ' :. -' -. - ,, :- ,,:-. , , 4 H ' . 1 - .1 . A 1 . ' ,-H.,--AYW7-.-3' g.i..,,4-pn.. 'V . - 1,4 .V if Y-if I- , ,A mr.-4, 1" - .5 .-,......... A...-I 1' - W .4 -3 ,g -N .W Lx,-sv-M V-Till. ,L-W . I 4 -kV.,::ET.L.-7 - ,V . , t L E From the time we left Mayport until the first of the year in Athens, we were privileged to have Lcdr. Joseph How- land, CHC, USN, with us. His evening prayers encouraged us and helped us greatly. Many attended his discussions HOLY HIGH LIN E My on Marriage and the Family, his Group Bible Studies, and his Prayer Group meetings in the after diesel room. Assisted by Ltjg. MacDougal, as Prot- estant Lay Leader, and Ens. Roach as Catholic Lay Leader, he made sure that the God of our Fathers in whom we trust was always with us. HTo sum it up, many .f.W0E rage. .1 Prior to Christmas, Chaplain Howland was transferred at sea to USS SUMNER for ser- vices. Cdr. Chattleton wishes him good luck, and safe return. were drawn close to fellowship with our Lord, and many more of us were shown our need for Him as our Saviour." RHODES Not many of us had been to Rhodes before. The Hlsland of Roses" is one of the southernmost islands of Greece, situated twenty miles off the south coast of Turkey. Rhodes achieved its maximum importance as a seaport for ancient Greece, being at the crossroads of all trade between the Phoenicians, Egypt, and Athens. At the time of the Crusades, it was the stronghold of the Knights of Saint John of Jerusalem. What we would find there now was a mystery to us. It was nearly Christmas,and as we approached land, the sight of snow-covered Turkish mountains on our starboard bow was a welcome sight to those of us who were dreaming of a White Christmas at home. Soon we could plainly see the 'huge fortress of the Knights of St. John on Rhodes and the windmills on the breakwater. Soon we would be visiting the museums, the Acropolis at Lindos, and the pottery factory The weather turned sour for part of our stay and we had to shift anchorages twice, but this did not detract from the Christmas preparations on board. The mess decks were festooned with cards and red and green crepe paper streamers, by Stockton, RDSN, Hiedecavage, SN, Jamison, ICFN, and Baggs, SN. The Wardroom was decorated as well. Two trees purchased in Naples by Ltjg. Chandler and Condrey, DC1 provided a real flair. Carol Sings on the mess decks, and continued Christmas music over the PA system brought the Christmas spirit to us. Burdette, PC2 and lVlcIntosh, SN were ffm... snowed under with packages and cards, a welcome tribute from those at home. Chief West and Candy, RM1 distributed to the crew Christmas greetings from the Naval Communications Stations of the Mediterranean area. On Christmas Eve Chaplain Howland held a midnight service. The l-lelo Hangar was overflowing with men who gathered to pay homage to the true meaning and spirit of Christmas. Santa and the orphans. -1.1 " 1-Aaerlsixsilldg 7 fr ff ,, f 7 , --, f X f f 4.2 If NWW7. ,..., ,, Wye, 1 . ,X - X - v -. " X X 1 'gi-i - ' ' X ' X - ' 'X ,, ,XXX .,1,, ....:. 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But sitting on a hill above Athens, never out of sight for long, impressive and timeless, -sand lit with white lights at night, was the Acropolis and the Parthenon, re- minding us that the city whose gaiety we saw around us was the birthplace of so much that we now take for granted. On the tours to Mycenae, Corinth, and Argolis, we saw the fertile plains of Greece, the abundance of her winter orange crop being harvested beneath snow-covered mountains, and the many bays and inlets of the Dodecanese Sea. Occasional bad weather did not pre- vent us getting off the ships to the fleet landing in the yacht basin at Piraeus and having a good time. Mullen, SN went to a Greek auction one night and bought a vase as big as he was. Realizing that he would not be able to bring it back aboard, he gave it to the low bidder and nearly caused a riot. Nueslein, GMM3 waited outside the Royal Palace for forty-five minutes to LCDR McKee cuts cake, Brigman, SN stands guard. ...A--: take a picture of the King and Queen. It wasn't until they had disappeared around the corner that he realized he had been too busy saluting, and forgot to take any pictures at all. New Year's Eve was disappointing, for bad weather cancelled boating in the afternoon, so most of us spent the night aboard. For those of us who did get ashore earlier the New Year was ushered in in the traditional manner. Athens was alive with people cheering and .honking horns. The big hotels had special. dinners, and the night clubs and bars did a thriving business. In a way it was like home. q Q-'JFT-377-3?',5:fHfi-FQaif 191.1-1-ga-tg, ,-f.g,,- Qt' fd., j .- , . ' 1 .. - M. .,..-4Lf.:.Est..Q.fm:z-:s42:.li'.-f.em'..s-'-'.f..'me.gga-zy.sa.'.zc., L54-,fit 13 ,e ga.. ' . -- ., .' . - ' I - , , . . . 4 1 . 2 . , - - f ""f"A"" "-' - N- -"1 fl-'-14'-4 -fv--1 1 .- .a:..:5L,.gg5,f.-,,-' ,, ' pj , , ' ,lg ' A .. - y , V .. ' f .. ...--.f ,.-.s,.s.-.,.-,.......4,..'jg4,.,:,,1, ,AQ . . 1 ., - .far---1.-:.w . . , l i l l l l l New Year's Day saw the Royal participating in a traditional Greek Cake Cutting Ceremony. Delivered from the Royal Hellenic Navy were three cakes, one of which contained a coin. Brig-man, SN guarded them on the Mess Decks until the ceremony began. The XO was MC and starting with the senior man, each person on board was given a piece of cake. Tradition has it that the person with the coin in his cake will have a lucky year. This year's Mr. Lucky, Reneau, MRI. BLACK SEA OPERATIONS l i l i .MLXX .., 5 il Asia to Starboard. Director manned. Europe to port, STEAMING UP THE BOSPHORUS In the second week in January, the FORREST ROYAL was assigned her most important and interest- ing task of the cruise. She was directed to proceed to the Black Sea in company with the USS HARRY E. YARNELL CDLG-lOl for three days. Our assignment was to exercise the right of American Warships to traverse any and all international waters as guaranteed by International Law. We were curious also, to see what was there. On the way, we passed through the Narrows of the Dardanelles, the Sea of Marmara, and finally the Bosphorus - an extremely narrow and torturous channel passing literally through the ancient city of Istanbul, and dividing the continents of Europe and Asia. Once through the Bosphorus, we entered the Black Sea itself, with its slate-gray water from whence comes its name. There were no immediate developments, so some of us took time out to razz Calkins, SMSN, our star signalman, who during the previous night, upon seeing a flashing light and thinking it a passing ship, challenged it with the standard exchange of calls asking its name and destination, only to discover that he had challenged a Turkish Army checkpoint. He is still touchy about that one. As the day wore on, it began to look like a dull trip until a large pall of black smoke was sighted on the horizon behind us. The smoke quickly developed into a Russian Destroyer, going Hell-bent for leather to catch up to us. He closed to a few hundred yards from the side of the Yarnell, had a good look, and then dropped back a respectable distance and remained there for the rest of the night. The next morning plans called for us to be closed by the Yarnell for highline transfer. As she started her approach, our Russian friend began to move in for a closer look. Suddenly,She gave a large belch of black smoke, followed by a larger belch of white smoke, and stopped dead in the water with an apparent boiler casualty. We were just finishing our transfer when she finally came huffing back over the horizon, having missed out on the entire show. The morning of the second day brough better luck to Ivan, and gave us our first close look at her. When we highlined again shetook lifeguard station a few hundred yards astern. Upon completion, the Yarnell moved away, and Ivan came within 100 yards of our port side. When she got abreast, both of us bristled with cameras and binoculars, and we conducted nearly an hour of mutual photography. It was noticed that the man who was their official intelligence photographer, either broke his camera or did not know how to wind the film, and retired with his pictures untaken. Geiger, SK3, our enterprising Ship's Storekeeper was in his hey day. He was seen all about the ship peddling quantities of film to the many amateur photographers, and accepting IOU's in return. The Ship's Store broke all records that day for sales at sea. While the Russian Destroyer was alongside, the Russian Air Force put on a show for us as well, in fact that facet of the program lasted the entire day. We were buzzed repeatedly by Russian bombers. It ,was a strange sight to see these silver jets with red stars on their wingtips and tails, passing low overhead. The third day brought visits by more Russian aircraft, and a change of escort. Another destroyer made a close pass alongside and remained with us until we left the Black Sea the next morning, signalling a cheerful 'Iso-long for now" by flashing light in English as he turned away, in response to our " Goodbye". 'fi .QQ-5 '-, 'b' ' 'IA' I W Visited by Ivan. BARI l After the Royal s trip to the Black Sea, we had a leisurely passage back through the Dodecanese Islands around the Peloponnesus and into the Adriatic Sea. By noon one day in January, after having successfully avoided multitudes of small fishing craft, we rounded a breakwater and moored to a pier at the edge of Bari. Bari is a quiet industrial town on the heel of the boot of Italy, modern, prosperous, and busy. In daylight hours the shopping was plentiful but at night there was little to do. Bari will be remem- bered by us as the town where the number of shore patrol exceeded the liberty count. There was a ball field on the pier, and several afternoons were spent playing touch football. One crisp, afternoon, after visiting hours, a game of catch between Sims, SN, and someltalian children developed into a rousing touch football game. One team led by Sims, with Penn, SD3, Coker, SN, Williford, SN, Ens. Lieggi, Ltjg. Chace and many others, successfully dueled another team co-captained by Ltjg. Westberg and Williams, SN, with MacDonald, SN, McCormick, SN,and Mazza, SN and others to a stalemate, while our Italian visitors cheered from the sidelines. BRINDISI One end of the Appian Way is in Rome, the other is in Brindisi. At the time of the Caesars Brindisium was a major Roman seaport for trade with Greece and the East. Julius Caesar built two columns and a magnificent staircase down to the waterfront to mark the eastern end of the Appian Way. Now Brindisi's glory is somewhat diminished, but it still serves as a seaport and an Italian Naval Base. Only one of the two columns still stands tod . Wh ' ay en th R I t d t Brindisi she moored at the foot of that same staircase that served the ships oiIn?pleari:3 il?d?nee,!1nd on the spot where they say Cleopatra landed on her way to visit Julius Caesar in Rome, We were right in the center of downtown Brindisi, and therefore visited and inspected by more people than in any other port. A U.S. Airforce Base nearby provided us with ood Off' d' Enllstedmen's Clubs as well as exchange privileges. We thus met many fellowgservicemcefwrgrqd. were glad to host them aboard in return. One evening the Wardroom hosted LtCol. Roth and nine other Air Force Officers and their wives, at dinner in the Dash Hangar. Maxey, AT2, Lyons, EN2, Hale, SN, and Shields, ET3, had the Helos out on the flight deck for inspection and had the hangar decorated magnificently with signal flags. ' N Brrndisi was a fun four days, but soon we put to sea for two days of operations with the Italian avy. - ,Q --1. . ...vws-':"11!'6U '9""'V':vw ,4 'nf me-nQ,., -- ..-23' jr fm- X? l l l AWARDS I All hands became familiar with the Saturday morning musters on the Fantail for the presentations of awards to the crew. The list of those given awards below will show you why we are proud of our accomplish- ments. They are many and they are worthy of a first prize. Thursday Nov 18th Marseilles Commendation: SCRIBN ER, CMMl, Personal Commendation from Rear Admiral COLBERT, COMCRUDESFLOT 6, for outstanding performance in the Navy Technical Proficiency Inspection. Advancement in Rate ABBOTT BARTON COWARD DE CAMP ETTER GIBSON KENNEDY Machinist's Mate Third Class Shipfitter Third Class Shipfitter Third Class Machinist's Mate Third Class Machinist's Mate Third Class Electronic Technician Third Class Personnelman Third Class KLOOSTEMAN Machinist's Mate Third Class MARCHOWSKY Commissaryman Third Class MIN EMA MILEWSKI POTEE TE ROBOSKY SMITH, C. TU RSO WILLIAMS Radarman Third Class Storekeeper Third Class Gunner's Mate Third Class Fire Control Technician Third Class Fire Control Technician Third Class Machinist's Mate Third Class Boilerman Third Class December 8th, Valletta,Malta Good Conduct Awards O. J. HA RDIN, JR., SN 15t Award JOHN T. RICHARDS, SHSN 1Sf Award EMILIO C. DAM ASCO, TN lst Award LLOYD J. ADAMS, YN3 lst Award RONALD HOWE, ET2 1511 Award GEORGE D. AVERY, GMM2 2nd Award LAWRENCE GILSON, RD1 2nd Award JACK S. GOODMAN, EMI. 3rd Award THOMAS A WRIGHT, BTI 3rd Award EDWARD H. DAVIS, GMG2 4th Award ROY I. LAN GLITZ, ADJ1 4th Award JOSEPH E. BRIGHT, GMG1 5th Award CHARLES T. MC CULLOUGH, BTC 5th and 6th Award Reenlistm ents MARVEN C. EULGHAM, BM2 4 Years EDWARD H. DAVIS, civicg 4 Years W ' ' W -. gg.,-1--msn 15.44-.:',.'PQM3,'.LWL,W Speed Key Certificates 1 410 ., BOBBY L. WEST, RMC Q GERALD iv. GANDY, Rival PAUL c. sivow, RM3 January 22, Brindisi, Italy USAFI High School Equivalency Certificates GEORGE W. COLLIER, IC3 WILLIAM E. HUGHES, FA WILLIAM B. LITES, SN CHARLES K. MC KEOWN, SN ELTON J. WARD, STG2 GOOD CONDUCT AWARDS CLARENCE L. COOPER, BTC 4th Award DAVID M. LIEBOW, RM3 lst Award DEWEY L. MORGAN, MM2 lst Award New Rates FRANK W. NO RMOYLE Master Steam Propulsion Chief Petty Officer OLAN E. RIDDLE Boatswain's Mate Chief Petty Officer Commendation: Personal commendation was given by Captain CHATTLETON to John F. Kroot, FN and Charles E. Newton, SN for their effort in saving the life of James M. Biggs, after he was washed overboard in Rhodes, Greece. Lt. Ayre was recommended to the Secretary of the Navy for an award of the Navy and Marine Corps Medal for heroism in saving Biggs' life. Thursday February 10th, Valletta, Malta Frank Williams, SN was recognized for jumping into the water to help a man who had fallen out of the tender's boat, and keeping him afloat until help arrived. The list of personal accomplishments aboard ship cannot be included here, but can be summed up in the award made to the crew in Valletta, Malta by Captain CHATTLETON. Gregory Hopkins, SMC accepted, on behalf of the crew a Blue-Ribbon signifying first prize performance on everyone's part. Blue Ribbon Blue Jacket Awards This award is made approximately every three months to the sailor who has most distinguished himself for work, performance, personal appear- ance and contribution to the ship during that period of time. ROBERT A CARTER, RD3 Operations Department CALVIN R. ESTES, SN Weapons Department WILLIAM S. DE CAMP, MM3 Engineering Department LAWRENCE J. KAVALOW, CSI Supply Department ste9fafeeff1,e- L 4 V4 ,Q , . , , ., V,-. 443. . A -Y ' MALTA - SECOND TIME We arrived in Valletta, Malta on February 5th and began a week long stay which included as- signment to a tender for up-keep and repairs. All looked forward to this revisit and again we en- joyed the British and Maltese hospitality. We were aware that our previous visit had been a huge success, as our advance correspondance from the embassy contained a small note, which read. Ha first class place for a first prize ship." After applying the Nspit and polish" to the Royal at Valletta, we DY0C99ded to OUY next DON, Palma, Mallorca. Unfortunately we encountered tremendously, heavy. seas enroute, the greatest many of us had ever seen. It is an impressive and awe-inspiring sight to dip into a trough and encounter a solid wall of green water, towering higher than the level of the bridge. We proved our seafworthiness, and except for a few green faces and minor structural damage, the ship and crew held up extremely well. GOLFO DI PALMAS The men of the Royal had a delightful and relaxing interlude during the week we were anchored in Golfo di Palmas off the coast of Sardinia, for intensive training. Under a beautiful bright sun and blue skies, with the temperature in the 6O's, a lt Blue Ribbon Hootenanny" was held in mid-afternoon on the Helo Deck. Thomas R. Nelson, SK3 was the master of ceremonies. Entertainment was provided by Daniel M. Head, RMSN and Garlin D. Calloway, FN singing Rock and Roll songs, while Steve A. l-lorlacher, SN, Bobby R. Foley, MM1 and Dewey I.. Morgan, MM2 gave us a demonstration of 'tthigh-slappin', back-scratchin', pickin' and Singin"' that was right out of Grand Old Opry. We were all convulsed with laughter for hours. Thefestiv- ities were topped off with a steak and l10f-C109 , Bar-be-cue on the fantail. -v PAL MA t the shopping we fars without wanted to stay We were proud that path of all submarines in som a brilliant were in their element: the Mata brothers, of the c dates, there was dancing. Pepe, the manager, pro- a magician and Spanish dancers. To the sounds ourselves a Spanish Holiday. A fine performance by the Wirnpy stands on the pier and put to sea, it wasn't return, but with the prospect ot home in our minds, few wishing us good luck, we got underway. ng, for the sonarmen and AS Division had successfully cleared our simulated battle problem. We hoisted a broom and a Blue Ribbon on the port yard arm symbolizing our clean sweep. ' I "- ' ' GIBRALTAR AND TURNOVER When Gibraltar comes over the horizon it is a disappointing Sight, because if 'OCISS 50 small, but as you approach it, its physical size becomes more and more impressive. A British possession since the time of Lord Nelson and the Battle of Trafalgar, Gibraltar retains a distinct English air. After we had moored to the pier, Destroyer Squadron 10 moored beside us, and we per- formed in reverse the actions carried out in Pollensa Bay four months earlier. Now it was our turn to boast of our exploits,'and brief the ships relieving us. When they set sail, we relaxed and enjoyed our last night's stay in the Mediterranean. The next day we had an additional period of liberty for last minute shopping and sight- seeing. From the summit of the Rock, near the command center where General Eisenhower and Field Marshal Montgomery had held their meetings in World War II, we could see the Royal - clean, sleek, and proud in the bay below. In the past five months we had come to know her more intimately than ever before. At 1400 hours we cast off the lines and got underway for the last time in the Med. We went through the Straights of Gibraltar, chasing the sun as it set. When the ship changed command from the Sixth to the Second Fleet, an entry in the log noted, X' Transiting west- ward." ----1-..m - sfgwwwrge 'i l 'vi-,-,... ' ' --',,g,. L E I ,J 1 ' ' X' r M sa TRIP HOME l l l It took ten days to get from Gibraltar to Mayport. We used this time for further training prior to arrival. The Officers each did a day's work in Celestial Navigation, which drove Hollifield, QM2, Hunley, QMBQ Diettel, SMSN, Porter, SN, -and Smith, SN to distraction, as the plotting sheets were filled with large triangles labelled UCelestiaI Fix." The USS Marias CAO-565 saw us come alongside three times to better the rig times we set in the Med. Forward Refueling turned in a spectacular 2 minute and 48 second mark that proved to the be best of the cruise. Midships Highline station turned in an equally respectable time of 1 minute and 12 seconds, with Colvin, SN in charge. We even rearmed from the USS Sumner "AE" CDD-6925, Uthe shortest short-hulled AE inthe Fleet." '.-f7"" 'Aw174' EMBL ' wgmli 1 'vi--3 V ' ' 'D I 6 fl l The guns were fired almost daily for calibration or for shooting at drones, and CIC held multiple maneuvering and tracking exercises. The Engineers were busy with frequent trials also, and First Division spent long hours getting the ship ready for Mayport. On top of all this we still had time for a second hootenanny on the Mess Decks. We were Royally entertained by the team of Homer and Jethro, The Messmen, The Cockroaches, l l Glu. i Rick Fisher on the guitar, and the trio of Danny, Garlin, and Marv. On the Bridge Status Board the days to go dropped to none, and the hours left went be- low 100 and then below 10, till only a 'lwake up" was left. Our duty performed, our per- formance outstanding, UThe Blue-Ribbon Ship" was coming home: The USS FORREST B. 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