Fred Berry (DDE 858) - Naval Cruise Book

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O CO =: o •J3 a ttj O Ji o Tj O 3 T i = o O ' ' ' o a i— S o , 3 U PS ■;:: PS W o -g 03 3 H a O ° P a - Ji o a -:s-o: t: PS — 03 1 0 o — c A Word About Captain Foster Captain Foster was born in Tuscaloosa, Alabama on July 19, 1907 and attended tbe public schools in Tuscaloosa. After attending one term at the University of Alabama and a short preparatory course at the Marion Institute, he entered the U. S. Naval Academy. After gradu- ation in 1930 his first seven years of naval service were spent at sea, serving in the communication, engineering and gunnery departments of various cruisers. During tlie last year he was Engineer Officer of an underwater sound experimental ship. His first tour of shore duty found him at the Postgraduate School at Annapolis, receiving graduate training in naval engineering. He com- pleted his graduate work at the Massachusetts Institute, recei ing a degree of Master of Science ( Naval Engineering ) in 1940. From that time until the end of the war he served at sea in destroyers as engineer officer, executive officer and commanding officer of the U.S.S. MADI- SON, U.S.S. ROE, U.S.S. TARBELL and U.S.S. MOALE, respectivelv. . t the end of the war he was Chief Staff Of- ficer for Commaiuler Task Flotilla Six, which was designated bv Admiral Halsev as the prisoner- of-war rescue group of the Pacific Fleet. This Prisoner-Of-War Res cue Group participated in rescuing the allied prisoners of war held bv the Japanese on the west coast of Honchu and was in. trnmental in the release of some 21,000 allied war prisoners. Subsequent to the war, he helped establish the General Line School at Newport, had dutv as Commanding Officer of the serxice schools in Great Lakes and acted as Chief Staff Officer for the Assistant Comptroller, Director of Budget and Reports, Nav)- Department. His most recent sea duties have been Commander of a destroyer division. Commanding Officer of tlie destrover tender U.S.S. EVERGLADES, and his present assignment. Captain Foster is married to the former f ar- bara Cassidy, the daughter of Captain Richard Edward Cassidy, USN (Ret.), and has one daughter, Barbara Adair Foster, now attending the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence. Rhode Island. STAFF Left to rig-ht: LTJG. R. E. Earnest CHC, LT. R. M. Casson. CAPT. W. M. Foster, LCDR. G. C. Leidhold, LTJG G I. Lupoff. u r I -T .- ? ■ Left to right: Basobas SD2, Donild SDl, Bakken SA. t The Commanding Officer Comtnamlin Officer Commander Lewis E. Davis Jr. United States Navy V s) m Commander Lewis E. Davis Jr., U. S. NAVY was born June 28, 1918 at Clearfield, Pennsyl- vania. In 1940, Cdr. Davis graduated as a Mer- chant Marine Engineer from the Pennsylvania State NauHcal School Ship, U.S.S. ANNAPOLIS, U. S. Naval Shipyard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and served as an engineer of merchant vessels until September 1941 when he was called to active dutv as Ensign, U. S. Naval Reserve. From 1941 until 1947 Cdr. Davis served as engineer officer of various auxiliary vessels, and the light cruiser WILKES-BARRE. These vessels were in the European and Mediterranean Thea- tre of Operations e.xcept for a short cruise to the western Pacific at the close of World War II. Cdr. Da is transferred to the regular navy in 1946 while attending the General Line School, Other duties that followed were t YO years as E. ecuti e Officer of the destroyer minelayer, U.S.S. THOMAS E. ERASER, two years at the NROTC unit, Miami University, two vears as Commanding Officer of the destroyer escort U.S.S. HOWARD D. CROW and three years as Training Officer, Fleet Sonar School, Key West, Florida prior to reporting to command the FRED T. BERRY. Cdr. Davis is married to the former Harriett E. Flach of Lansdale, Pennsylvania. Thev have four children, Lewis 111, Celinda, Janice, and Harriett. C ' dr. Da is " parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis E. Davis are presently residing at Clearfield, Pennsvlvania. The Executive Officer Executive Officer Lieutenant Commander William McGovekn United States Navy Ui Ail •n LCDR. William McGovern, USN assumed dutv as executive officer in January 1956. After enlisting in 1937, LCDR. McGoveni served for si. years in the Battle Cruiser Force in the Pa- cific, during which time he rose to Chief Radio- man. . s a Warrant Officer he served as the Radio .Material Officer on board the U.S.S. PHOENLX CL-46 until ordered to Electronics School in 1944. While in school he was commissioned Ensign, USN. His first assignment after gradu- ation from electronics school in 194.5 was the U.S.S. WARRINGTON DD-84.3. Successive tours on the U.S.S. WITEK EDD-848, Staff COM- DESRON EIGHT, STAFF COMDESLANT, and GeiuTai Line School followed. Prior to his present assignment to the FRED T. BERRY he attended Ohio State UniversitA ' , graduating with a B.A. degree in 1955. LCDR. McGovern is married to the former Dolores Elizabeth Tozer of Glen Cove, New- York. They have two children, Kathleen Victoria and Thomas Howard. FIRST DIVISION Front row il-r): Dorian GM3, Vaughn GM3, Pettinicchi SA. Exline SA, Aaron BM3, Boucher SN. La Fleur SA, Earley SA. Second row: Fedorchak SN, Edwards SN, White SA, Merwin SA, Ribosh BMSN, LTJG. C. B. Arrington Jr., Strauss SN, McCart SN, Hamilton GM3. Back row: Elsdon BMl, Callahan GMl, Stithem BM2. V .. . iUu-f saw Expert linehandlers Riding the highline Standby the anchor Ten fathoms on deck Seamen in the honor guard . SECOND DIVISION Keeping shipshape TM.V fe , L _ • mtml Front row (1-r): Ing-ram BM2. Steinberg BM2, Butterfield BM3, Smith SN, Caffrey SN. Flayhan SA, Phelps SA, Smyl SA. McKelvin SN, Second row: Hon GM3. Donnelly SA. Orozco SA. Stepp SN, Matz SA, ENS. J. L. Hanson, Moses GMSN, Raia SN, Cameron GM3, Carter SA. Third row; Knigiht SN, Erler BMSN. oc Mixing paint Preparing to lower the boat F DIVISION Torpedo Away Hoisting a torpedo aboard i, « •fl Front row (1-rl: LTJG. W. L. Saunders. Arsenault S02. Hiug SOG3, Pesak S02. McGowan TM3, Pace SOI, McGlynn FT3, Gates TM3, Perrone FTM3, Straniero SN. Serond row: Terry FTASN, Uplinger FTASN. Dietche S03, Hall TM3. Enright FT3. Fox SOI, Roof S03, Smith FTA3. Mietz TMl, Shirey FTASN. Thii-d row: Wilson FTMSN, Chapman S02, Wotzka TM3. Stable element and triggerman Sonarmen check equipment DIVISION Adding up an account Chef Front row (1-r): Chesire SH2. Worthem SN. Hawthorne SKI, Hitt DKl. Toves SDl. Buckley SN, Bonner FN, Cockrell SN, Harper SD3 Second row: Hall SHI, Williams SN, Donald SDl, ENS. W. E. Flawlings, Johnson TN. Whitney SN, Robinson SN, Hartman SN. Third row: Foret SN, Player SH3, O ' Mara SK2. Payday Open-air barber shop OC DIVISION Signaling with flags Front row il-r): DePena SM2. Jacox SMSN. Ackles QMS, Dinka RMS, Silva RM ' :. Brazcnu SN, Martin SN, Mulvihill SN. Second row: Booth SN, McNeal QMS, Clomax RMS, Luckenbill SN. LTJG. P M. Walters, Owens SN. Demos QMSN, Lemkey QMC. Third row: Kocks SN, Johnson YN3, Conover YN3, Larsen SN, . ' • " m r and by flashing light Radio communications Transmitting semaphore In the ship ' s office iJP A busy signal watch O I DIVISION «- A ,•1 y ; If w w 1 .y ' rj Front row d-i): Vogel ET3, Ba- ringer RD2, White ET3, Welchel RD3, Thompson RDSN, Park RDSN, Gordon RD3. Self ETl. Second row: McCammond ET3, Brower RD3, Boudre3u ET2, LTJG J. E. Bethany, Julius RD3, Athey RDSN, VickeryET3. Back row: Smith RDSN, Straniero RD3, Rutland RDSN. QuQTters for entering port DIVISION sr-i r ' r Vf Milk 1 ' , KrA i ' . I- - I ' Front row d-rl; Grimes MEFN, Stichter DCS, Cribbs FP3. Conaway EN2, Gady ICFN, Greeningr FP3, Homiester FA, Himsberger FPl. Hiiiteau DCS. Finn IC3. Second row: Lazar DC2. Farkas FPS, Phillippe EM2, LTJG, R. D. Crofts, Gundorson MMC. Giles EN2, Finck ENS, Taisey MR2, Trevino EMS. Third row; Domachowski FN. Mentink EM2, Winis EMFN, Infield EM2. Moodhe IC3. Quint MRFN, Irvine MMS. Bast FN. Back row: Lindsev FN. Miller EMS. Biirkiit EMI. Vosiler FN. Anderson MRS. In the IC room Incognito Testing a portable pump DIVISION Repairing a fire pump ' 0l!C ' Throttlemon in main control I " t 1 Left to light: LTJG. R. A. Spmnlei ' , VValhngton MMC, Mock MMC, lams BT3. Forkus FN. Singleton FA, Mackay FN, Boomer FN, Erler FN, Pelletier BT3, Thomp- son FN, Miler BT2, Bale BT2, Smith BTl, Shaw BTC, Barnes FN. Barrett MM3. Bates MM3, Herbert FN. Grubb MM3, Cole MM2. Koeing MM2. Renton MM2. Wnght MM2. Fackman BT3. Norman FN. St. Clair FN. Chahalis FN. Hiire BT3. Pilch BT2, Figlia FA. Adkins FA. Kizzer FN. Misner FN. Bakondi FA, Berrigan FN, BrouTi FN, Clark FN. Hudson FN, Hurteau FN. Jackson FN. Lopiano FN. Mergler FN. Stephens FA, Tosti FN, Turner FN, Webb FN, Bricker MMl. Handling fuel hose Removing corrosion PORTS OF CALL Departed Newport Guantanamo Bay, Cuba La Guaira, Venezuela Trinidad, B. W. I. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil Montevideo, Uruguay Punta Del Este, Uruguay Montevideo, Uruguay Puerto Belgrano, Argentina Mar Del Plata, Argentina Buenos Aires, Argentina Recife, Brazil Arrived Newport 4 January 1957 7 January 8 January 12 January - 21 January 22 January 2 February - 11 February 15 February - 16 February 18 February 21 February 21 February - 23 February 24 February - 26 February 27 February - 1 March 2 March 6 March 11 March 12 March 21 March 1957 La Guaira Harbor ST - s m " tt " ■ " - ' .rf n. ■ . !«i;J T 7e teleferico — r:! . ' fc ■=. ' ' Downtown Caracas — and the view from the top The American Club ■ f 1 ■ HH H H Hj hhh i Monument to Simon Bolivar TRINIDAD L ' Mum I ' ' . ■s. A Short Visit For Fuel f rt ' 25 JANUARY " Now station the Polliwog Watch " The Polliwogs Parade At Sunset Davy Jones Came On Board And Presented A Summons To All PoMiwogs THE TRUSTY SHELLBACKS VERSUS U S AVY Royail HijktoiiTt of -the Ri S ' Main l e ioTL of -tKe o(dh. j as DOTMrn of Kcpti nusR Fi led C SCRIB Z-:ss WHig),, 26 JANUARY ■■ " - e Joyo Porfy comes on board The Captain greets Neptunus Rex — while Royal Henchmen hoist the Jolly Roger and the Royal Court assembles Royal Bearer Royal Doctor ■f- I „4 . The Royal Baby Hello Shellback Royal Barber finishes with a victim Atop Mount Corcovado Rio De Janeiro Skyline In the harbor o De £jr 5»r ,i«ib-- — i _--i 3 - " --Ss Copacobona ' " Sugarloaf la He ' t Nighttime panorama of Rio Free ride! Time out Catching up on the news Two views of Rio De Janeiro Wim MM M Corcovodo as seen from Sugorloof f-f .f - -apirf9- ' 3l Admiring a statue Sun and sand MONTEVIDEO On Washington ' s Birthday Visitors waiting to come on board iS5 f : " rm ■■jr • ; Touring the ship iPTlO. ' V, National hero The Ramblas and Carrasco Beach Plaza Independencia . At the Yacht Club Pre-sail conference p u E R T O B E L G R A N O I Argentine ships WU -m Argentine Marine Band MAR DEL PLATA BUENOS AIRES At The Hindu Club rm- ' . ,f bM BUENOS AIRES .-..V. t;M)! Pta Quilmes 2i 2 Pta. Colorado ' ' Marcos Paz 4j Pta. Lara Ch,rtl32S ' Ij BANCO ORTIZ 4 1 1 2i 2i 3i 2 •fi-9 0cc 8 4| 3i La Plata i S Viceme 2i orj ' C £Lnuela.8 Allairaranoj San Mdffuel j de MAiite ; 22 5 3 ' Banco , 32 C uco . 5i 2i - 3i 2i -.oAV 22 3i 3 . 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JA 9 52- 12 ,5 . 17 13 K Some Of Our Visitors During The Cruise H. v M r II I ■ -If BERRYMEN ATTEND AN h Commence the festivities An old-fashioned melody " — And come out fighting ' " You ' re breaking my arm ' I ' AS ADO " O N BOARD Ah — food! Flayhan sings " And now I give you the Cheery Berry Bums! " The Captain congratulates a winner As Seen From The Bridge H O M E WAR D BOUND AUTOGRAPHS KIewpoqt MORTM AMEBIC A J(c GiUAt4T %NAW 0 0AV a OcKl H SouTM Aa e-pi ' JRt l MOWTEV i KIar Del r TA t 0


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