Gainard (DD 706) - Naval Cruise Book

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GAINARD DD 706 The GAINARD is a 2200 ton, short-hull SUMNER class destroyer, named after the late Captain ,loseph Aloysius Gainard, USNR, a hero of two wars. He may best be remembered as Master of the SS City of Flint during the early days of World War ll, and later as Commanding Officer of the "Mystery Ship" USS BIG HORN, a tanker converted into a submarine hunter. On the 23rd of November 1944, the GAINARD was launched at Kearney, N.,I. yard of the New York Shipbuilding Company, and after a brief shakedown cruise to Bermuda, joined the Pacific Fleet. ln April 1945, she proceeded to Okinawa for duty as a radar picket ship and was awarded the Navy Unit Commendation for her Meritorious service in the Radar Picket Line. At the conclusion of hostilities, the GAIN- ARD traveled to Japan as a unit of the occupation forces. She left Japan in July 1946, to return to the Atlantic Fleet. Maneuvers with the Second Fleet and a tour of duty with the Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean. Upon her return to Newport, R.l., she' was put in temporary immobilization for seven months. ff .W .!f"" The GAINARD made her second trip to the Mediterranean, and then spent a year and a half as a Naval Reserve Training Cruise Ship operating out of New Orleans, Louisiana, to various Caribbean ports. She returned to Newport for extended operations in home waters, and joined the Sixth Fleet once more in the summer of 1951- After a fourth cruise with the Sixth Fleet in the Spring of 1953, she participated in Midshipman Cruise to the Carribean, and then Operation SPRINGBOARD late that fall. A An overhaul inthe Philadelphia shipyard followed SPRINGBOARD. Then the GAINARD reported to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, once more for refresher training during which she set several gunnery performance records. The remainder of 1954 was spent at home in Newport before proceeding to the "Med" in January 1955. - Upon her return to Newport in May, she became Deslant Afloat Gunnery ship, serving the Gunnery School. Amphibious exercises and anti-submarine duty along the east coast followed, and then another tour of duty with the Sixth Fleet. This trip was highlighted by a passage through the Suez Canal, a visit to the Sheikdom of Bahrain, and the return Suez transit, completed only a day before the Canal was closed by the Arab-lsraely dispute. ' The GAINARD returned to Newport, in December for upkeep, moved to the Boston Navy Yard in De- cember 1956 for an overhaul and then journeyed to Cuba for refresher training in the spring. Completing this training, she moved to Norfolk for the International Naval Review, where she was host ship for the British destroyer H.M.S. DIAMOND. Midshipman Cruise "BRAVO"to South America, was her next assign- ment. On her return from this cruise in August 1957, she moved to Newport until departure for the NATO exercises in the North Atlantic in early September. The GAINARD returned to the 'SIXTH Fleet in December 1957 for operation. During this tour she visited France, Italy, Greece, Spain, and Gibraltar. Completing this tour shereturned to the United States in April of 1958. After a brief stay in Newport the GAINARD sailedfor Northern Europe to participate in Midshipman cruise "ALPHA", returning to Newport in August 1958. During the remainder of 1958 GAINARD operated with the ready anti-submarine group off the coast. ln January, 1959 GAINARD, left for the Carribean to take part in SPRINGBOARD 59. She returned in February and went to the Boston Naval Shipyard for an overhaul. After leaving the shipyard she pro- ceeded to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba for refresher training, returning to Newport in August. GAINARD spent the first three months of 1960 operating as school ship for DESL ANT'Gunnery School. During this period the ship made two trips to San Juan, Puerto Rico, stopping enroute at Ciudad, Tru'illo Dominican Republic, and Bermuda. Upon return from Puerto Rico the ship operated locally 1n the J 1 Newport area until mid-June. From mid-June until the latter part of July, the GAINARD participated in LANTFLEX with the U.S. Second Fleet. During this exercise the GAINARD embarked midshipmen for training in the various aspects of fleet operations. Upon the termination of LANTFLEX, the GAINARD returned to Newport to prepare for deployment with the U.S. Sixth Fleet. The departure date, 4 August, was unexpectedly delayed until 23 August by a restricted availability in the Boston Naval Shipyard. Upon departure on 23 August the GAINARD proceeded to rendezvous at sea with the USS SARATOGA CCVA 601. This meeting of "The Biggest" and "The Best" was only the first, as SARATOGA and GAIN- ARD became almost constant companions during their deployment in the Mediterranean. Upon arrival in the Mediterranean GAINARD made brief fueling stops at Rota, Spain, and Piraeus, Greece, and then transited the Suez Canal to join the Middle East Force for six weeks. While operating in ' ' ' F h S l'1 d Bahrain the Red Sea and Persian Gulf, GAINARD made short visits to Djiboutl, renc oma 1 an , , Bahrain lslandg Aden, and Massawa. GAINARD returned to the Mediterranean in Octo er an op . . mainder of 1960. Ports visited during this period were Beirut, Lebanon, Cannes, France, Naples, Italy, Leghorn, Italy, Ajaccio, Corsicag and Golfe Juan, France, Gainard returned to Newport on 24 February 1961. b d erated with the U S Sixth Fleet the re- CQMMANDING OFFICER Commander Charles E. Smith was born in Zanesville, Ohio. He entered the Naval Academy in 1938, being graduated and receiving his commission as Ensign, USN, on December 19, 1941. His first duty was ln the USS NEW IORK KBB-341 in the engineering department. Aboard that ship he participated in the in- vasion of North Africa in 1942 and North Atlantic convoy duty. ln 1944, he was reassigned to the commis- ' ' d 'l f s1on1ng etal ' o the USS AMSTERDAM KCL-1011 and served in the gunnery department during the final stages of the war in the Pacific. He remalnedwlth the AMSTERDAM as gunnery officer until she was de- commissioned in June, 1947. A CDH Smith completed flight training and was designated a naval aviator in November 1948 He was assigned as Executive Officer of VF-41 in 1949. He left the flight program in 1950 and was, then .chosen to serve as aide to VADIVI J. L. Hall, Jr, USN, Commandant, Armed Forces Staff College, Norfolk, Va. He continued as aide to Lieut General A. D. Bruce, USA., when ADM Hall was relieved by Gen Bruce, in July 1951. Foil " h' ' ' ' owing t IS tour of shore duty,CDH Smith went to sea as Executive Officer ofthe USS BORDELOAJ QDDR-8811 where he served until April, 1954. Then, having been promoted to Commander, he was ordered to overseas duty on the Joint Planning Staff of Commander in Chief, Caribbean, Quarr H ' h C l y e1g ts, ana Zone. He served there until. July, 1956. V V CDR Smith served for three years on the staff of the Naval War College in Newport before assuming his duties as Commanding' Officer of the GAINARD IDD-7061, on August 14, 1959. I A ln 1950, CDR Smith married the former Helen Augustiny of Chicago. They have two daughters, Sheryl Sue, age seven, and Deborah Helen, age six. - In September 1960, CDR Smith was notified of his selection for promotion to rank of Captain. L -H 'Z E, +1 ,D pq is 1 .N i 'di ,fi U X sl 1 FE ffessxxxxx if 9 0.-ss. GNNPQP-0 oo-'Joe , D 5 J,g "., one cgjvif-1 vvarqoffxcf- Z ! luhu ,A 09 N6 086. S6 O85 'N NN if sf, 2 'N -A zo W ' .. 5 Xxx i "' 5 Q Q p. Yron tdne Oaptainz Cong! atplations GP-iwriiibilii-W. 'Lon 'nare earned nt? 5 ',l nignest praise ior goof ontstanding periorwaiice during tdnis cfilise . 'i appreciate 'goof iogaitg and attention to dntfg .l On! wlorv. togetdner nas never 'oeen easy dont tne iessons wie iearned and oo! acconpiisdnf rnents dnaiie been xleii tiortdn tdne eiiort. ion? continf ning, neadtlorif., 'nard work, and tegnwl orv- nav e piaced GPCiSpB9 ont in iront and are tne reasons wie nate so f' oiten dneard Weil Doneu . in tdne 'gears to cone, yidnetdner or not 'gon conf tinne to serv e oo! co-orltri and tdne iree viorid in t'ne 0 . S . 'Sami , i nope tinis cruise doooit viii remind 'jon not oyilij oi tdne good iidoerties K.-Ie nav e ynede together out also or tdne part we nate piaged in tne rignt ior. he ireedorn. floor devoted serv ice nas added sndostaii-tf iaiifg to tdne readiness and reiiapiiitg or and W irlcreased tdne respect ior tinat oiliopne and iriendig W orce ior Yreedonfx , tdne United States ':'553iVn Yieet in tdne id-editerr anean. a 13 C . id . Sidiiii Gonrrnarlder , 'O .S . iiainl S i W x' , A s ' Ag EXECUTIVE OFFICER LCDR John W.. King, Jr. was born in Newport, Rhode Island in 1924 and has been in the Navy since 1942. He entered the navy as a Naval ROTC student at the University of California in Berkeley, had a brief but unsuccessful ,fling as an Aviation Cadet, and was graduated an Ensign from the Naval Reserve Nlidshipmans School, Fort Schuyler, New York in July 1945. He transferred to the regular service later that year while serving in the USS LST 846 in' China. He has served in the escort carrier SANTEE, the cruiser ST PAUL, the battleship IOWA during the Korean War, the destroyer IAMES E KYES in the Pacific, and on the staffs of Commander, Amphibious Squadron SEVEN in the Attack transport CAVALIER, and on the staff of Commander, Destroyer Force, U. S. Atlantic . Fleet in Newport. ln 1957, he was graduated from the ' Naval Postgraduate School having completed the grad- uate course in Engineering Electronics. A navy junior, he married another navy junior, Suzanne Hullfish in January 1949 and has four new navy juniors, Katherine 10, John 6, Robert 6, and Sallie, almost one. X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 4 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X . 4 X N X X X X 'X XX: 4 X: X X X . X X X. X X ,Xl X -X :,, ' ' X 2 X X :XXZ ZXXXX X XjXXVXiSf ,f X . X X X X X X X ,XOX-,XQXZQ ,wg QS X VX ,Xf..,Xf,QXX3X 3 -, X5 gi .. X X 0 I QZX5XXyXQgX,X'r XQX5 , .WX X 5 Xf . -- XaXfX: Z. fi X , XQX4 X, X X.gX',: X X - I 7 f XX f. Xs'X'fX.XwX.,X, Q X X- 4 ,X rX.-,X-,XZXQ yy-XMX' X ,XX 4. ' ' . X' 'YYY XX- 0 XXX f J XV XXYZ r " Xftw X X' X Y rf 2 -Q X ' XZXNXVX ZX.-WZ "X i'X:f-Xi 'i KM? X' VXXX4 X X7 ,XXX X f X X y fX,Xg5X1NgfyX- - ,XZXXQ Q XQXXQXXZ-X,,X' X X X f X r fX fX 3 X , X X Q -Z X , X XfwXfX-,X AX,-X, , 4X X-AX, 1, , X X XfXX,"Xz2X'X' 4 f, QQXCXXXV fX 'X X" 4 VXZX X X ,X X, 'X !vXWSff X X X1 , 2 f ' X :fwfr X X XX ' ' ZX XZXF2 0, f H, ..Xvf4X5X V fXX f "7 QS ' fm '4 X, IXUS, W.: . 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WHITMIRE LTJG LARRY SPEAR CIC Officer Electronics Material Officer Columbia, South Carolina - SX Brooklyn, New York University of South Carolina T958 f v V " 1 A University of Nebraska 7958 , A ,,', -I f VV,V frf, ' ,ucc rufn 4 it crri .C of 0,-A 5,3474 Lv I VVVV I , N 1 , l-T6-lG ROBERT T.ORElMANN LTJG JOSEPH A. MAC FARLANE omm-l'f"'iCgf'0f6i. HWS" Damage Control Assistant B O e R' .'0 Boston, Massachusetts osfon U"'Vef5'fY 7958 State Teachers College of Boston i959 LTJG ROBERT C. ARMOUR Supply Officer ArIington, Massachusetts United States Naval Academy 7959 f. V7-' ENS DENNIS R. CORCORAN First Lieutenant 'N V Cambridge, Massachusetts ll' If xxx, V 1 X fl fl 'Oo 'x h li'--rx V , Q, 'I Z! I ' Yale University I959 XV Vf WV .V yV ,V V V -VW W Vffff " V :VV f V ' V ' V' . X V V - " ff VV. W 'VffV ffVifVfVW-MV - C "'9'tfz 'V - VV' if V 4' V V VV! V VV- V Vf U 'V1'V'f 'Vg WM X . 3 W 7V if Vi VV 'V "' g ,V-ff f VC V 'f ., 1 Z V' VV VV ' V Vi V V- V... 4' KV .ffl V VV! 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A X r N T Q. ,Q Lf 'A' 1 l fl' 4 V M, ll ,T N H. l DEPLOYMENT But boats! My locker is already full Although we had known of our forthcoming Mediter- ranean deployment for many months, everything seemed to happen at the last moment. There were the stores, ordered long ago, now waiting on the piers. The doctor, normally a. very pleasant chap, turned into a sinister in- dividual who lurked at every corner with a long, sharp needle. Ammunition of all types, for our big guns, tor- pedoes and anti-submarine weapons, had to he loaded carefully aboard. The hours of loading turned into days which ran into nights, and then finally, we were ready. Those last minute telephone calls and tearful farewells were all that remained. k y K, . S, j, 146,57 ,lf .. fs f Q , M -My 2' 1, -,yn f yy, ykwsf s qgr , W MWF, ,C 5,33 ygff ' ' WMV' , 5 fvfifzfw , If 4 ' f ffyfff-A. 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C C x blocks Known' view' imdoiwmaniiie Us Anas UNWEDS . Lg, on KeeS'niDY9'td, sed au' sore 15 units Oi orati- 4 seam' neva QOWPIQS ld Hon' vaf1Ou5 axstfict GMO Bostqn 2 Water Kant is CO t inowdeyard and WMM' Luemn - g, P, esen et, . ' ' i Q igngugigin Swpsisesevle FW " Zigi.-if 51 - ' QC . GBUS Wan x UMSSNR the ' tk 721' J NAVAL M NPAZAJ FHL: ' ' "iq YFFRM 27 10.255425 MOR' FORM: 8 Doclke E om FPSQVCOQI. UV' Stock p ' 04,0 rom U.S. NAVy To USS GAL UNCLA5 X NARD p . ROCEED DIRECTLY COLL T0 BOSTO ECT 200 N X D0 DOLLARS X M Nor PASS GQ Iss NEXT TURN X DO NOT 3 Destroyers Going To Mediterranean Eight Newport-bas-ed destroyers in Squadron 12 plus the big de- stroyer tender Cascade will leave here Thursday morning for routine deployment in the Mediterranean. Capt. Alan M. Nibbg commands 2 DesRon 12, which includes the USS Davis, Compton. Gainard, H. f R. Dickson. Hyman, Purdy, Beatty Li and Bristol. I The squadron has S only been back in Newport since July 21, ending an Atlantic opera- tional cruise of armonth's dura- S , tion on that date. ' Capt. F. H. Wfnite Jr. commands the USS Cascade. which will take a number of Navy League mem- 3 bers across to Spain on an orienta- tion cruise. 1 The normal deployment of de- stroyers in the Mediterranean is six months. DesRon 12 will relieve Thcjugh I be wounded DesRon 22, which will return to I I . U Norfolk in September, and DesRon am not S Gm I 6, out of -Charleston. S. C., also I lie me down To rest awhile flue back m September' And rise fo fight again. -OLD ENGLISH BALLAD ggleyn F xiwzawv sm W NX gym L , QAQW' va?-1 'Q' nl 2'kX,,,g,,1l M U 'ffwtw' P1 'Dry G 'TJDQDG 'J 00015 9:2 .9 A . K ' U 0 'gvllid Ni A L is i gg: A ' 32211 rx Af.. " Q! Mmmias, Yi Our deployment date, four August came and went and we had not moved, for in the last minutes of our pre- parations we discovered a main- shaft that was slightly mis- ali ned and so u we went to the Boston Navy Yard. There Thus followed twenty five days of hectic activity. Our chief 3 P We sat, high and dry, on keel blocks, in drydock number three. en- gineer buried himself in plans, blueprints and special work requests. Coming out only to eat, he refused to speak to anyone but our chaplain, and even then only by note. The day shift wasvreplaced by the night shift, the sunlight was replaced by large spotlights, and finally the Welders by the painters. As quickly as they had opened us up, they sewed us together and we were ready for sea. fr aff Q 25 Wi 21' Sup an so :QQ .. -'UE 517441 y22',w.'tNg5 1' If - X2 1 e 'X I -. 1. I1 19 -mf" M-. 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As she was already underway, We raced for 18 ' Se' ra S ale -' X hours at our top speed The day faded into night and then at f1rst llght, we saw her, bull down on the horlzon aklng statlon ahead of this glant attack carrler, we won dered just who was protectlng whom XM, ASCCAVDI7 13517 234 15,2901 W f f FO' Y' CE S133 33 3062, 23 XIQYYQ6 I ft 'P 4 1 :Piss-C QNXL ' I I' GZZS I7 Sf L ZQIIO 0 1,1433 1'xl0 ,fe O K 'I ra 'Q W 1,..,,...,,4,,af '775wo 9 3 'B' 9 hi-gy 0 9 1alHbr I -X-Afflfx 032 7 'W 26 mfs I' F2 144 1 1 514 1 outh .qmjv 3-Im..-'Bidi I-U.,.-Ivrdg HEY WAIT FOR Us Q mv f- ffgas-kg i X fe - c r lr ' -an W Q, X, 77 l 4? f,0RMl r. W' r ssh-G . Ax-REYEOQQ 00-Sq X" S1013 P0195 OVNPN Firom YYSO Cog 1 D D ge w e -4', 2 V f F 10m N 'Y MYZXQQ Ww w "' 'wafer fame' r - ,--' ..1' ' A ' S f I 'fdci X A i ' to A ss X WELCOME xo HPNE YO so J f NGK-A GL N3 . A X, U ST X O01 H n WE UNE ,NE A SM l run Us X X CR My MW 7 X Un the fourth day of the crossing, e 5 some of us were given a chance to visit - yr X 0 1, Qs? W M W 5.. X W , ref, MQW s qv the Carrier for two days. Going over by V Q W 1 4 Q, X as 49 "bi-line", we relaxed like tourists at a new found vacation spot. Aircraft jammed if .'ii 2 , y h er fligh t de c k , from he avy h omh ers to i s m all, super sonic jet fighters . Everyone i" 'i'Q r ffv' j' w as h e lp ful an d w e le arne d m u c h ab o u t th e V, ' 'efi' ' ,"t if avi ation lx. avy but n ot qu ite en ou gh to , ff.. 4. A. . ,r,. . . . kee from ettin lost once or twice amid P g g the labyrinthine passageways. There were no rolls, and no pitching, only a steady steaming. And then our trip was over. Returning to the Gainard we began making plans .... take off that after stack. put the flight deck on the O-1 level .... Well, not for awhile. 'X 'a I6 ll. lx gf? Z of Q I, 5 " X 1' fi? f W ,. 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Front Row QL to RI O'NeaI, A.K., Murphy, J., Stokes,G.K., Peterson, R.H., ENS Corcoran, Joyner, W.P., Fielder, W.L., Williamson, C.H., fMissing from picture: Abbot, W.C., Bahl, A.G., Boyer, E.H., Brewer, E..I., Brewer, .I.L., Croack, Scelza, P. The deck force .... the hard working bosun mates who keep the ship looking "Navy" are always the unsung heroes of any ship. Per- petual clothed in a thin coat of haze grey paint, they wage a constant battle with the angry sea. The First Division prides itslef on the seaman-like appearance of the forecastle. It is their task to keep the massive anchors and associated deck gear in top shape. This pride is not misplaced as an inspection of these spaces will disclose. The mighty Second, counterpart of our First Division, maintains the after part ofthe ship. They also maintain our motor whale boat, "The Cap- tain's gig," which they can raise or lower at amazing speeds when entering or leaving port. 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C'I'Qft' tW0 Jn- ' - 59AdMkl nk -A 'I SW as ge K ' men 1 2 , , I Gd id t lnterpr Otsaftes Zmg n :5azHb' f ' . -i ll A fe a he C' ' eter, A of 1.- x 4 1 d a ehdurs- been ag englngma 'I degtj. rlfl' fo afl. . ifyer towed 1' sev, , A I, ,M 2 . . 2 ' ' Se - I ' 'V KL A ggal W ha rdff 12 the G ' hs' y , Un, L ,V V 2 I lg, f Pd K the h. x bor 12 X t e craft 9.5 iw""" 'f""'7 'V , -- Y M. 'Wvhgy 1 H. ,h k. Q 'pf I 11-'E 1,-av-kms, 4 4, -,5,, Vx" , ,M ., f tg? if' V , Q i s 5 Leaving the Saratoga at our short fuel stop, Rota, Spain, we steamed through the Straights of ' d the lar e "Prudential" Gibraltar. Many of us on our first trip were quite disappolnte not to see g ' CC y Sign on that massive rock. Proceeding directly to P1reaus,the seaport of Athens, we experienced' our first Vlediterranean moor, and spent two days in this historic city. Athens was our first liberty P0rt, and our last in the Mediterranean as we would sail directly from here to the Middle East for a six week deployment in the Red Sea and Persian Gulf area. ' ' ' h ' while others enjoyed Some of us went ashore and stayed 1n Pireaus, talking to t e natives, an excellent tour of Athens and the ancient Acropolis,built on the rock shelf high above the present Athens. There we visited such famous buildings as the Parthenon and Erecthion. Mixing education ' ' f th ancient Greek civilization. with pleasure, there are few of us who will ever forget the ruins 0 e i S P 3 I as 9 I9 I7 3 Q, :43 I I. f.- 5 ,. o '37 5 I -I i I :V-I 1 is l P n7n 2 al I gf 7 ' MMM? ' f,-.g,g1,.3,g,, ,LX--, 1 1.1 - -F' 4 ,. lr..-1-' .'I" 'V in wi X .4 ,fy g ln Mount: Go J.J ' R Standing lL fgnlgll WiIIiemSidIg?E'. H Lo Valley, R., lmissin f - ' - Yea, -R., Mo ,ts . B l -. 5- I gin in lv' V Q! 4 jf g rom picture: Peqll KJ.. YS, A.C-I Reese, R.W.g Commence fire 5 INCH The Grzinard has six five inch guns, enclosed in three gun mounts, two forward and one aft. The "FSH for excellence, that are painted on tw0 of these mounts, leave nothing unsaifil- Our main battery gunners are alwaYS ready to set down their coffee CUPS and ge to General Quarters. Capable of handling anti-ship actions, Shore bombardment and even anti-aircraft assignments, the Gainard dellends heavily on these "'bz'g-gun IQOYSH' JW Y wi. 3 ENCH Also armed with six 3 inch guns, the Gainard proves just why she is called a Destroyer. There have been many days, when, following the sharp crack of these rapid firing weapons, all eyes have trained skyward to see the towed aircraft sleeve floating down from above. It is to these three inch boys, that we owe our protection from the sky. , Xf , 1.1 ,W "51f"7 .ME " 'fwfr-3 iwwf- Max! ,WW Z2 'ASWQ G ww J" ' W IV 7 f A r- . Z ' f ' r F , I X , nk !,Z,, I Ax 5 K 2 L f "'v,."f 2 X - , ,x V' N at an A y . 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Stopping only to pick up a pilot and make necessary arrangements, we proceeded south- through eighty miles of desert- bordered canal. Passing through Great Bitter Lake, the Canal's midpoint, we were reminded of the seri- ousness of our purpose in the Sixth Fleet. Just a mile or so from the canal's banks was an airfield filled with scores ofliussian built Mig 17 jet fighters. Arriving in Port Suez at the southern point of the Canal, our deployment began under the Commander, Middle East Force, and a five week patrol ofthe Red Sea-Persian Gulf area followed. Uur first Port was Djibouti, the capital of French Somaliland, and our introduction to Africa. The intense heat and dust- , , I , I laden air were thwarted by the discovery of an oasis, K .. I 2'f'7'7f 1 . . . . . . I I 2 ,, "1'1 H I 1 the .Gm FZZHI the only a1r condltloned bar in the area. 5 W y fyn, , I I - - no "5- ' 'i'i Full dfessmg 'OUP f01'eCaStle, we entertalned the GOVCFUOI' . 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Cameras, binoculars and movie projectors became our cargo here,but soon we were Africa bound again, this time to Massawa in Eritrea. That the great salt flats, the hottest place on earth, were only one hundred miles from Massawa we little doubted. We were rewarded by the Ethiopian Navy with a day trip to Asmara, 8000 feet above sea level, with a temperature change of fifty degrees. Returning via the Suez once more, adventures in the Med awaited us but the Red Sea re- maine inland and d the most unusual and intriguing part of the Cruise. 2 5? rv And this is our...our, ah...we don'r really use IT Ethiopian Greyhound y , p nmrwy A 'Wwvynq ' A i . t a . I I f Standing CL to RJ Hyatt, .l.O., Gallagher, T.P., Lully, W.T., Urmy, D.A., Mays, C.K. Kneeling CL to RD Smith, L.G., Kurucz,J.R., T,urnan, J.F., Coglio, F.P., LTJG Lunn, Gries, T.W., Vyletel, E.J., McClellan, R., Hill, J.W., fmissing from pic- ture: Venditti, V. - rox This division of the Gunnery Department includes the sonarmen, torpedomen, and firecontrolmen. With the ever growing threat to our security, caused by the increasing number of Communist submarines, the function of Anti-Submarine Warfare becomes paramount. ASW as it is called, is the hunting, tracking and killing of enemy submarines. To be prepared and ready, the GAINARD spends much of her operating timed time working with friendly submarines in simulated wartime conditions. The sonarmen and torpedomen work side by side in this effort. From the long hours of training in the sonar room,the tedious hours of watch spent before the sonar scope, and the cold days spent at GQ manning our ASW weapons, comes the rewarding message sent by sub, X CONSIDER MYSELF OUT OF ACTION DUE TO SUCCESSFUL ATTACK BY. GAINARD X Working side by side with our gunnersmatesiare the Firecontrolmen, known locally as the FT gang It is into their skillful hands the shipis Gun Directors and associated radars are entrusted. The FT's are members of the team that electronically point the guns to ,give maximum hits per gun per minute. Fox Division is probably best known for their participation in any available tour and for their mysteri- ous friend, Fred Pullman. T ' Who is Fred Pullman? , if-ejff5f,,E1 p J .fy Aki ini 'Q f fr':217if12iw1 fg?Jf1:,i,-,,1' we .fzafl ea eerryi 4 t ,'i'lf,j1f1if,i' M ,,i' -,grgirq-J,i,f'Z1'i5-5755.235-w , I C rtel Q27 fi! A A rrrrrr i3:,32f2ff.f4ief arii A - C C raf, Vfer , ,,r,r or f' ,t A T , tyrt , ' arr, ilii r 24,4 ,rrr . A ' f E, A irifili'i ' n , V ,ki' i if erri r'ir 1 r,A,a, r .r,rr, 1 are, A r'rr, fe,e ,,r,-e r"r 4 f Z ,, qryfy ., WW W. '- , f iw ,K,AL 3 ,,,f V .,,.7,, viking? .V ,x,5,,,,g,,t r.V,V ,great ,,:,. R X gagging - . fr'a Top of Director: Alakoskl, R.J. ,V 5 3 ferr jgg l L to R: Aube, NJ., Shepard, R.A., Howard, FRG., 1191 4 rrrt "'- a , - iL,i,,'7" ick y, ,,:' .' QW ,i,,, L. 3 Lessord' J" L-l-JG Lunnf P'elSCh' R'E'5 Gargonof iiii D-R-1 Smlfh, T-1 Welborn, B.L.p fmissing from pic- A 3, xryrr ture, Sutherland, R.G., Be-fro, L.G. X rirri ff f fl All l All J 5 ii Six I i fl 1 14 E 1 XX XS 1 De 3 4 'Q W V ,, A ,wk ,rl he ai, W So we rolled one and wc1i'red---- Oscillation in The Hi Fi Of course they work! Tame Hedge Hogs lon the mountl 45 ff: ,Sig ' " M , -- ' ,' if 111. fy! .Jia , A zlf, . -I BEIRUT Three days in Beirut pro- vided the Gainam' with a great variety of activities. Camel sad- dles, arab costumes, and fancy wood-carvings were crammed into every nook and cranny by ardent shoppers. A camera tour through the ruins of the ancient Roman city of Baalebek, provided a mul- titude of fine slides. 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Flying low in the sleek Air Jordan air- liner over the cedar-studded hills of Lehannon, they arrived in Jerusalem and spent two days tracing the footsteps of Christ, from Bethlehem through the Holy City, to Calvary. The many shrines and magnificent Churches in this area gave many a time for reflection. Q41 4 f 1 4 Z , I r 7, . M-gmfv X Q S sw .- - X f V1 S NOW STATICN THE fi? wf f 1 ff ,ydyffff ff, ffz, wff .f4,-3 - X K ff 4 ff , X :fffj""' - ' 3' UQ ' 45 J'-,-1:1 ff ,4rL.f4:.'- 1 - l w ww ff 0 f V' AW ,x f, f, ,aff K 5 A f f 5 5 ?lC4ZQffXfWf,WQ fi f - " f l X x fi?" P, ' '- wg "f ,Pj ' K 2,,,g,"L.f l 2,,f":w, ," , "' . Q Q fm ,, K, ,. W , x X , ' 5 W Q .0 f .4 :gwgf g.'f-0.7-W we . K 1 y W 5 L 1 V! 3 ff , f ff f' , I f W X 1 s Vx ' 4 f V W X f f x Q J l f ,ff .1 f 1 4, 4 7' I I - gy ak., f M? 4 J ff, f K M X' f l 2 t N 1 x 'Q wx 'lf M. f ,A 4 1 I' Nm X , f X f ,. , f ! . 'f f fa 1 M ' X f I I I VL , 1, , , V w x Y, W5-j P3-X'.gv-,EQ sq, X ri Wwyy, A , ,, , 4 f 3. 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Q S v, ff I A It's aII as orc us 9 IQL J 0.5353 Q NCB OT Em BRA ISHN Heads up aft A MED REPLEN YOUR FIR, Q14 ' - .' Pacumio, .l.M., Fors, D.E., LTJG Armour. Stl:1illili11s.CLMfldGlllifliilailtin, T.J., Mingo, J.A., Squire, M., Dansereau, J.l..., Williams, WJ., Marston, W.F., Hud son, J.F., Sanders, W.B., Henderson, W., Turnbull, J.S., Lane, D.K., Prince, D.J. Mols, A.F., Hammel, G. Kapcar, A.E. CMissing from picture: Adkins, K.G., Belcher,J.N., Blochowiak, V.D., Golden, D.A., Hodges, S Johnson, L.H.gKoenig, J.W., Kowalski, T.E., Lehay, W.W., Mitchell, S., Newton,J.J., Pl1arr,S., Peperato, ..l.L Stechert, D.B. A SUPPLY DEPARTMENT Service to the sbip . . . the Supply Department Motto In today's modern Navy, Gainara' must be pre- pared to go to sea for a month and a half, on a mo- ments notice. Your Supply Department will keeppyou there,ready for any assignment. The Storekeepers see that we keep the right spare parts, and procure an average of over three hundred items monthly ranging from gaskets and seat covers to gun sights. The Com- missarymen insure that we have provisions for bal- anced meals for at least 45 days, but most important, try to put out the best meals in the United States Navy. Whether the galley is 130 degrees while in tropical waters or rolling in heavy seas, they are happy as long as the crew asks for seconds. The Stewards keep Gainara"s Officers operating by providing excellent meals, neat clean quarters and a pleasant Word at the right time. The Disbursing Clerks pay us, and search through the manuals for new ways to give us more money. They are always helpful with advice on how to start a bank account or ready to give you a hand if you need a letter typed. The Ship's Servicemen run the Barber Shop those extra hours before an inspection, the Laundry around the clock, seven days a week when i,t's necessary and the Ship's Store. There are few men one Gainard who haven't "MESSCOOKED" and we all appreciate the morale effect of a neat, brightly shined messhall. Strangely though, there are few vol- ' unteers for this job. That's your Supply Department .... Tl1e'e'5 U button Thai dldnll break Service to the ship. CTbe above was written entirely by tlne Supply Officenj O f- YK It s reuHY mem loaf MY f'9Ures won My figures show that you owe.... X. 4 2055 Tw fx fs , I V, , if 'M X X l' E 2: CANNE . J: fear 5? is ,gs , I y c g,? if .1 . , ,f . ,XQ 4 -1 0,-4 ,, y, Z. ,. y , , , ,Q X ,X Q , ,,!,, I , Q X f f f Even in autumn, the magic of France engulfed both Cannes and Golfe Juan. Tours to the French Alps and through the Riviera to Nice and Monoco were available daily. 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Ofojcwf Af 6535 6 Qi E+? wi x w Q3 P16 Q9 wvvp C Q, ' QP 156 P1 X19 5sxil'i,?C'5EQi gl W2335:5OQ tow- OCQWXPQS 1195' ?,519'Qslx1X?'S1I5X3OX5?s 9 O.. 9 X900 9,9 Q05 Q90 QR 649 N Q, il Q X4 X? 59 CX, P0 M19 QOQUNG. 40061 Q? .D C +99 Q0 PVQXQQXAPQWGWE X00vXCx,P3S1?Nilg,W2i94 KX O09 QWOQOQ Q93 0952 WM-, 21 QQ? Q99 Og? QQ ,,., Mhuwmnm ww fff "A Prayer for the Good Ship Gainard" F h who calmest the raging sea by the Eternal at er lifting of thy hand and quietest the winds by one word, bel 1 yyyyf y r yt X Thou the Commander of our shipg we beseech thee. 'Help usd iayyj Wremember the purpose for which we exist and assist us in equal to the demands of each day. Comfort us in the lifff iifi lo ne l i ne s s of the night watches and make alert our minds with the dawning of each new clay. lf it be Thy will keep 'f we are called upon to enter battle .QW T uslfrom harms wayg but r e that comes from dedication to the right us when we reach Thy Harbor T us Thy courag f 'W faith in Thy might to hear Thy well ., ff va W pp sys gf 2 ga, Q ri, '15 13:2 es. f ff av .R V, , W if fwfr 4 KV if 7 W QV! 4Ve I 5 f., Z4 yi. X .if , fa ..f. f . 142 Eff W4 ia , ?w,,sw f ry 'R " 4f..fff,e,,, 'f ' - ww f ew , H N ? , - --s fx mps' ' z. Af 1 ' N' 'W,fmin:,,K Top RowfL to Rl Cromwell,.l.R., Bouton, H.C.,Montalbano,V.L., Schnurr, MJ., Beard, R H Malone, J.A.p Bywater, P.K., Hans, R.J., Eckler, J.F. Center Row CL to Rl Salonga CLC., Rosler, M.G., Carey, R.J.g Mayer, P.M., Bottom Row CL to Rl Vales, R.L., Spero, A.J.,,Sessa, W.J., LTJG Reimann, Drury, G.W Men not present in picture, Volpe, L..l., Dunham, D.E., Waldman, F.A., Webber, R.R. Stevens, SUAO OC COMMUNICATIONS DEPARTMENT The radiomen, signalmen, and quartermasters compose this segment of our crew. Remembering that communica- tions "tbe bandmaiden of command," are essential to fighting effectiveness we sailed throughout the lVled with the greatest confidence. Let's not forget the mailman and the letters from home along with the stateside news broadcasts. Why did everyone on the ship get a letter but me? I know she has written. By the way, who was elected president? we OI Dlvuslow Whether protecting our ship from air or submarine attack, lending support to an amphi- bious operation, aiding the Navigator while sailing the ship into a busy, fog-shrouded har- bor, or assisting a harassed OOD in preventing collision during a high-speed manuever, OI Di- vision is always on the job. lt's work is carried on in a dark, mysterious space known as Combat information Center, CIC, or more commonly, "Combat". At first glance Combat is a con- fusing, disorganized place with radio speakers blaring forth unintelligible sounds, men peering into circular screens not unlike TV screens, and strange words such as "skunk", "bogey", or "CPA" being muttered by pale, drawn, hol- low-eyed individuals known as Radarmen. Some people never quite seem to recover from this first impression. The Electronic Technicians are charged with the responsibility of maintaining all the complicated,bewildering,electronic gear which the Radarmen and Radiomen must have in order to do their jobs. On call twenty-four hours a day, the ET must have at his fingertips the knowledge and training necessary to repair any of the over 75 pieces of electronic equip- ment installed in the ship. "Bogey three pays four to one" Johnson K A From R E Walsh W C Mason R E ww. .. Slipping silently into Aranci Bay, an inlet on the north east tip of Sardinia, GAINARD joined most of the Sixth Fleet. While Admirals, task force commanders and Captains conferred, GAINARD swung slowly at anchor. This grouping at Aranci was the most powerful fighting force ever assem- bled and include d three Attack Carriers, two Cruisers, one missile equipped, submarines, L i,ncludingNAUTILUS, and over a dozen destroyers. A roving combo 'from the carrier Independence serenaded us as we waited, and then just as over, and Aranci Bay was deserted. , ,f f,,.f.,,f ,, ff , W , il W ,Q wwewkew, i l l ARANCI BAY s 5 quickly as it had all started, the meetings were a W m , ' i"'w 2 - f .4 -4-45 ' . '. "f. fa- - 'lm F I . . .. ., 5 iii E Q .IK - '?jl-fffilbzaq, ,. 5 r X 1m! N, ' f . X I - , ' MQ fb , f l .f NP f 15:14 ww W APlES N 4 Z 'I v 1 A M5 gm 7 Z f S ' at X ,q 'MQW .'f"w YK i I ,f Q 1 ' Q fi I ,W fi f .1 gf Q if. 4 4 1 ,fl ,Z f 1 -f fs 47 f g I 2? Left to right: LTJG MacFarlane, Hedgecorth, W.D., Sowicki, p V.L., Beckman, R.L., Rqbbe, D.M., Phone, SP., Dolton, J.E. I 1, I I, I I 2 It D IV I S I 0 N is composed of electricians, interior communication electricians, f I I - machinist mates, machinery repairmen, enginemen, shipfitters, and damage controlmen. They are pg charged with the repair and maintenance of much of the equipment and hull of the ship. The divi- ts I sion also supplies many services such as electricity, auxiliary steam, and coffee Iin the general n i I mess aft known to the uninitiated as the shipfitter shopi. Rarely does a watch pass without the - I word being passed for "The duty --- lay to ---". If the 1 IVIC can find him, he'll provide , the services necessary. 5 Another phase of R Division life is the manning of damage control repair parties. ln this I . . . 2 I work other members of the englneerlng department and a few gunnery department people asslst. The repair parties "button up" the ship at general quarters and repair battle damage - or any I2 Q damage in an emergency. If the repair party can not handle the situation, the lifeboats are al- I. I ' ways handy. - E I ,I II XI 5' I 11 I c V. S -f I I 'W' , fp J 2 71 2 3, I ' I rf ' 51 i 2 F2 s , 2 f We I 5 if 2 1 4 is 3, .I I I 'M 4, R.F., Symons, L.R., X Foster, RJ., Adclmski, A.A., Electrico, LC., Dunkin, J.A., Portzer, JR., Ruthort, I Left to Right: LTJG Mc1cFc1rIone,DocIson,H.S., CogsweII,T.B., Clements, J.A., Stone, . I E-I:-I Weaver, E'B'i Holden, R-C., Puppclordo, J.S., Jutz, J.W. . We w 4. - ,...,,,, 'sw'- rf' J + Mb T1 1 as -::Y'7!1y NWSILI E GALLERIE pow IFICIE Bmuo1hcA Arcs roucA L XATICANA J orglomfzc ' A I " 53101510 2 T-2? '- Q ' - 'Wm 4 I .-eil! ENT,-, . 3 q',b?p,?"I , fizfq-1. , ,. 1 . 5 Z "1w'Vr"'3+J..E52?eiZW4 'I 2 'wang -uaf 7 S ,f. , 5 1 7 1 6' 5 0 1 " 5 4' LI KE 500 59" '3 ki-1,7 oz:-3101?-f 1 7 :w': L Z-11 I .gi I l I I I I 3 I i I Ile I I i I ,I L I . Ii I 2 1 I I I I I I 1 H fl T I I' A fl I I 3 s ?. I 5. I 4 I 1' 'F ' I ,, .g ii I ,laL,,..,N,,, I Now the chow line will form outboarcl gi Mail, Mail, Mail, how do I know? X!ifA?iZ'zf2ff"! ' Surprise....i'r's meat loaf - l'II have mine rare Shut up and deal . ll 721444 Gdllldlld .IACQUELINE RUTH TULLO Sponsored By Frederick A. Fox, RD3 MISS CYNTHIA ARNTZ Oi Division Miss Doi.oREs BRECKLEY Sponsored By Anthony Mols, SK3 S Division MISS RITA K. MC GILL Sponsored By Charles J. Richardson, BTFN M Division MISS JANET ROBERTSON Sponsored By Sponsored By I Irving J. Kennedy, ET3 Curtis G. Mitchell, MMFN M Division OI Division l I A A DIVISICN W2 lVl Division, which is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the main propulsion machinery and equipment, is the' larget division of the GAINARD. It is divided into two groups, the "Nl" gang and the "B" gang. The former consists of the machinist mates who run the evaporators, main engines and auxiliary equip- ment in the two engine rooms. In the "B" gang are the boiler tenders who tend the fires in the boilers and run and repair the auxiliary equipment in the firerooms. The Engineers, called Hsnipesl' by every- one else, are responsible for the black soot on the main deck, sometimes necessary, the occa- sional loss of electrical power, never necessary, and since we have no sails,the "on time" arrival of GAINARD at each of our commitments. Lett to Right: Burns, J.H., Branson, G.E., Geldbach, E.K., Loftin, D.C'., lnman, C.l..., Twedt, R.A., Max- well, T.W., Perotti, B.E., Mitchell, C.G., McDowell, L.L., Williams, H.E., Viggiani, J., Pietschker, C.L., Garland, J.T., Blair, W.S., Douglas, T.J., Emmans, H.B., fOn ladderl Davis, J.R.: Noah, W.T., Braden, D.R., Mildenstein, D.L., Peth, R.L. Missing from picture Hammonds, J.F., Marston, W.F., Bixby, L.L., Reed, J.G. Lett to Right:Aschenbrenner, J.M., fMissingl, Mullen, A.E., Taylor, R.L., Ames, E.F., Gammon, J,H., Golden, G.R., Jules, S.E., Mosby, J.F., Whitacre, E.M., Goble, R.L., Eisenhauer, R., Duniven, E.E., Pittman M.T., Lauria, R.R., Gonzalez, EJ., Millan, M. fOn ladderl Aranowicz, E.E., Perron, N.C., Hans, H.H., Missing from picture: Reynolds, J.T., Cross, B.W., Golden, D.A., Richardson, R.J., Lane, R.L. 5 6 All of a sudden if started making This funny sound, see! if , , , Now WW M MMMM 6? fffeffwf W ' ' ' f ' f f fi!! J , 4 fyafwwfwfw na f f M f ,eww 44,30 ,,f,Q5bf' ,mx LZ! , Q, ef-:MQW 0 Lyyf ,L f.., f A4166 0 , ' ' p'k??f7'Qsf2fWfJv4 f , V . 44 Now according To The book..- LEGHUR Gainard was no stranger to Leghorn. Leghorn, or as the ltalians say, "Livor1zo" hosted our destroyer during the 1957 Med cruise. While there, Vittorio DiSica filmed a movie on the ship. 1960 afforded us the opportunity to visit Pisa, with its leaning tower, and Florence, the cradle of the Renaissance. 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Dontcha love to take the wheel.... What do you mean, out of station First Class retirement Ships Get 'Lift' Service l'Two destroyers based at New- port recently helped start a new Navy supply system - re- plenishment by helicopter of fsiips in the same port but sepa- rated by relatively long dis- gtmces. e'The Zellars from Mayport, lla.. and the destroyers, Dick- son and Gainard from Newport swere replenished while at Na- lles, Italy, with the Sixth Fleet, according to a story released by the Dickson. A helicopter hauled cargo nets full. of supplies from the store ship Altair, anchored in 'the outer harbor, to the fan- tails of the destroyers while they were moored at the water- front to the destroyer tender Cascade, also a Newport ship Normally the transfer oi stores While in port is accom plished by small naval landiny craft. f I H I my Williams, watch the birdie Your kidding! Sixteen bucks c bottle AJACCIO fi .. fxfvx '- ,...i .,4" -. 1? - .... 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On GAINARD, wardroom country is each officer's sea- going home, a home in which he can be proud to entertain his relatives and friends. It is also his club where he may gather with his fellow officers for moments of relaxation, such as a discussion of daily problems, a movie, radio, musical or TV program, or just a game of acey deucey over a cup of coffee. f x ,f , ,fix . u 1' ff? wil 5 43 , WMXW wf , 7 X ,' 'Q V MMM, Wfmwwfggrwwwk 9 1 Zi ff , M44 f I ff 1 ff' WMWQM I had mid watch lost week NEW YEAR Los FOR OFFICIAL USE ON'-Y neck L08-QSIIDOTH nsumnxs sneer lMNllFNSOkllPll V gi, unntnsnmmsuw GAINARD KDD 7067 SUNDAY 1 JANUARY J, CD00 19440 CHM!!! OO-OL The brand new year of Sixty-One Has of this moment just begun. With tradition and good cheer Oldest'n youngest rang in the New Year Though 'tis for home and fireside we hanker In Golfe Juan, France, we ride to our anchor Lest further we fall into dismay! Let the log commence, this very first day. The winds from the North-North East Seas are slight, rain has ceased. Seasonable weather for France, this stay, But O' to be back in'Gansett Bay. Into eighteen full fathoms of brine Gur anchor, in mud, is holding just fine. The starboard anchor we did lower With forty-five fathoms and no more. Anchorage bearings, there are three The first being Golfe Juan Jettee. Firmly holding in a line, , At three one four point nine. The next to the East is Point Bacon Light, Bearing zero seven four throughout the night. Last, to port is La Formigue, , Bearing one eight nine, ever so true.i Throughout the ship condition YOKE is set While condition of readiness FOUR is met. The crew is returning just on time , Singing refrains of Auld Lang Syne, Boiler ONE is on the line, With generator ONE doing fine. For as you can plainly see, We are steaming on auxiliary. HARLAN R..D1cKsoN is also here, A sister ship and always near. With seven-oh-eight on her side, Fitting company for DESLANT's pride. Also swinging to her cable, Lies DIAMUND H AD, always able. May her cargo of shot and shell Ride easily over the incominf swell. COMCARDIV 6, SOPA this night , Rides off Cannes, just barely in sight From SARATOGA's truck his flag is flown A mighty carrier and our second home. Our mission here serves a purpose, That the tyrant may not usurp us. As we travel free from fear, W. We thank God for this New Year. ' FHEDERI . R LEY ENSIGN, USNR ' - OL-O8 Anchored as before. REDETIIC if P. I' ENSIGN, USNR APPROVED: zxAmlNEo ' . . C V SHITH CDR J W Ki A ' ' "' ' u.s.N. commnoms. Q, ' ' ' " G' ' ji u,5, N, NAVIGATOR 4 T0 BE FORWARDED T0 THE BUREAU OF NAVAL PERSONNEL AT THE END OF EACH MONTH ll ll ull llllv lk .nl :iQ 0 41' ,If zs A-240 7 Nc- Q5'-G' 'N ' P2-nf A" Wg., lx -1 r 'Ti g K A , " - 'v 'f - ' 41 "ir JAP es, LAWS OF THE NAVY When the ship fhaf is firecl refurnefh, With the signs of the sea showing plain, Men place her in clock for a season, And her speed she renewefh again. So shall fhou, lesf perchance thou grow weary ln the uffermosf parts of the sea, Pray for leave, for the good of the service As much and as off as may be. - CAPTAIN RONALD HOPWOOD, RQN USS GAINARD Mediterranean Cruise 1961. OF FICE RS , CDR CHARLES E. SMITH l-CDR JOHN W- KING, -lf- Commanding Officer Executive Officer LT Clarence E. Chinn LUG Rflbeft L- Whlfmlle LTJG Robert C. Armour LTJG Norbert Wagner LTJG L-HWY SPCA' ENS Dennis R. Corcoran LTJG Robert Nl. Nazak LTJG Robert T- Reimalln ENS Frederick L. Riley LTJG William J. Lunn, Jr. LTJG Joseph A. MacFarlane ENS Leon E. Everman , CHIEFS Glen E. Branson, NlNlC t Samuel E. Jules, BTC J Antonio J. Spero, QMC John J. Burns, MMC Andrew E. Kapcar, SKC Robert L. Vales, Jr., RMC CREW - Abbott, W.C. Daniels, L.Nl. Hess, R.lW. l.ottin, D.C. Pappalardo, J.S. Stone, E.F. Adamski, A.A. Dansereau, J.L. Holden, R.C. -ong, H. fnj. Peal, K.L. Stechert, D.B. Adkins, K,G, Davis, D.L. ' Howard, P.G. Lung, J.W. Perotti, B.E. Sutherland, R.G. 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VcDowell, L.L. Prince, D.J. Volpe, L.J. Bender, C. qng Emmans, H.B., Jr. aackowski, C. ini l.'cElroy, H.J. Pritchard, R.lN. Vy etel, E.J. germ, L.G. Eisenhauer, R, ing Jennette, W.E. liillan, , IW. ini Rabbe, D.lVl. Wa dman, F.A. Bixby, L.R. Fernald, R.W. -ohnson, K.A. lliller, D.K. Redfield, D.K. llllagh, W,C, Blair, W.S. Fiedler, W.L., Jr. Johnson, L.H., llildenstein, D.L. Reed, J.G. yyeavef, 5.5, Blochowiak, V.D. Fors, D.E. Johnson R.C., Jr. Vingo, J.A. Reese, R.W. Webber, R.R. Bouton, H.C. Foster, R.J. -ohnson, V.V., Jr. Vitchell, C.G. Reynolds, J.T., Jr. We hom' B.L. Bower, J.A. Fox, F.A. -utz, J.W. Mitchell, S. ini Richardson, C.J.,,Jr. Whidby, C.E. Boyea, H.R. From, R.E. Katanic, W. ini , Vols, A.F. Ur. Richardson, R.J. Williams, i-LE, Boyer, E.J. Gagnon, J.J. Kennedy, l.J. liontalbano, V.L. Roane, W.T. Wi Hams R.L. Boyes, K.l. Gallagher, T.P. Kentuck, J. ini Voore, D.P. Robinson, T.A. Wi Hams' WJ. J, Braden, D.R. Gammon, J.H. Kiser, D.L. Voran, D.R. Rogers, J.D. Wi igamsbn C.'H. Brewer, J.L. Gargano, D.R. Koenig, J.lN. Wosby, J.F., Jr. Rosler, lVl.G. yyhitacfe QM, Brower, E.P. Garland, J.T. Kotsaftis, G. ini Wosher, R.A. Ruthart, V.L. Hans R'J Byrnes, G.P. Geldbach, E.K., Jr. Kowalski, T.E. Voyer, L.J. Salonga, C.E. ' ' ' J Bywater, P.K. Giles, J.F. Kurucz, J.R. llullen, A.E. Sanders, W.B. 'C Carawan, D.L. Goble, R.L. Lannon, R.G. Vungin, W.T. Sawicki, R.P. Carey, R.J. Golden, D.A. Lauria, R.R. Vurphy, J.V. Scelza, P. ini Clements, J.A. Golden, G.R. Lauro, G.P. Vurphy, T.P. Schnurr, lVl.J. Coglio, F.P. Golly, L.G. Lavalley, J.F. YGWTOH, JJ- 39333, WJ- Cogswell, T.B. Gonzalez, E.J. Lawicki, D.P. Nichols, J. ini Sheehan, R.J. Cook, A.A. Gries, T.W. Lessard, G.P. Nloah, W.T. Shepard, R.A. cmake, D.P. Hamel, J. im' Lally, W.T. J O'Hafe, E-S- Smith, AT- Cromwell, J.R. Hammonds, J.F. Lane, R.L. O'N93l, A-K. Smith, L.D., Jr. Cross, B.W. Hans, H.H., Jr. Lane, D.K. PHCUHN0, JM. Stevens, S.A. C Dalton, J.E. Helms, L.Nl. Lehay, W.W. PHHGK. J-K Stokes, G.K. V a 'SAGE NR. 17 E E E J 3 if 1 ' 1 fi 11: vi 1-5 d X ji il ff iz L 1. 1961 FOUP EQ 51 11 5 L1 2, Q 1 l 1 SAGE NR. ,69 S 1 1 Y 1 1 i i 1 1 Y ! L , I. V.,- gs 1961 ?OUP i E i.. 1 f, 6ENT BY 51 E: 1 1 '1 .- I TTI. ,f 'Qi In i ,If 1:1 152.3 ,Hg ,111 ,,fIwL I H1 QI:-je 561,51 , 1. zz if fi! I Iv,5I fa 'II 1 I I I I: I 5 I I I ,T I I I I II IZI 'Z I jj I II? Mi 1, I I I"o"'o"'I SECURITY CLASSIFICATION Imoumm I . nm.-.wenmrrsoczog-'rsmcxpomu ' PLAIN Rwmaaumnsocogwswawm ' Q DRAFYED BY PRECEDENCE T DATEITIME GROUP MESSAGE NR DRAFTED sv I ,-,RECEDENQ A . ROUTINE 131952Z 8 L .FROMI ' FROM. I COMMANDER SIXTH FI-EET COMMANDER TASK UNIT 60.2.9 - 1 I To: T -ro Q . COMMANDER DESTROYER SQUADRON I2 USS GAINARD f USS DICKSON AND OTHERS' INFO: INFO A I - DESTROYER SQUADRON I2 A UNCLAS. UNCLAS. I THE PERFORMANCE AND GENERAL SMARTNESS OF YOUR SHIPS HAVE BEEN A CREDIT A , EVENT 0906 AND I006. P . TO THE SIXTHFLT AND TO THE CAN DO TRADITION OF DESTROYERMEN. BON VOYAGE. . WELL DONE. 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INTREPID Is DESTROYE R SQUADPON I2 INFO COMMANDER TASK GROUP 60 2 I- V NFO U S S GAINARDXU S S DAVISXU S S DICKSONfU S S UNCLAS UNC'-A5 TIS TIME FAREWELL TO STRIKING GROUP TWO AS WI LT IS A PLEASURE TO PASS TO YOU FOR ACTION COMMANDER DESTROYER FLOTILLA TWO 1015222 WHICH WAS SENT TO ME INFO COMMANDER DESTROYER FORCE ATLANTIC FLEFT FROM PARA 2 YOU CAN SEE THAT IT IS BASED UPON THE REPUTATION AND FINF PERFOR MANCE OF EACH SHIP WHETHER BLUE OR GOLD 2 UNCLAS FINE ANTI SUBMARINE-WARFARE BY YOU AND YOUR BOYS PAST TWO DAYS INIDICATIVE OF YOUR EXCELLENT PERFORMANCE THROUGHOUT THIS MEDITERRANEAN DEPLOYMENT YOU LEAVE THE SIXTH FLEET A SMART SQUADRON IN BOTH OPERATIONAL ABILITY AND APPEARANCE I HAVE BEEN PROUD TO HAVE YOU ON GOLD TEAM BON VOYAGE REAR ADMIRAL GRALLA INCOIIING VIAMAIL RELEASE TOR TOD cwo WE RE SORRY TO GO AND BREAK UP THE TEAM THA GLEAM AND TO EACH DFSTROYER WE LL WORK WITH NO M1 THERE IS A BIG WISH WE LL FXTEND TO YOU IT S A YOUR WORK WE VE OBSERVED FROM PICKET TO PL IESPECIALLY BY A LAME BARDI SO NOW AS IIE G0 T YOU LL ACCEPT ALL THESE WELL MEANTPLATITU FOR WE RE GOING TO OUR HOME FACH ONE FEELII YOU ALL YANKEE WHISKEY INCOMING D T RELEASE TOR TOD 08172 '13 FEB 1961 20352 14 DATEIT ME Gnou szcunmr CLASSIFICATION SEC R -rv CLASSIFICA-HON 1I TO: TO . . . . . . . . . - . . l I 1 Q Q 1 II T I ' I I V K I I I N F . . 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'EAIII THAT OUTSHONE THEM ALL, AND MADE THE GOLD ITHNOIMORE, INCLUDING A BIG ONE INUMBERED 1341 JU, I'T'S A HOPE YOU'LL GET MANY A BRAVO ZULU, FQR YOUR ET 110 PLANE GUARD IS ABOUT ALL DESCRIPTION SWE GO TO SAIL UP AND DOWN LATITUDES,, WE HOPE PLATITUDES. IE FIEELING FRISKY, AND WE WISH WE COULD GIVE TO .A VIA: FLASHINGXLIGHT 11 ED cwo wo DATE 1 .1 SP SP 08 FEB 1961 'TBI ll 11 I ll I 19 I zu 11 zz I za I 14 DATEfT1MEeRoUP I2 , " 11 Ei 231 11 is 22 51 51 I E I' f NAVAL MESSAGE IM W1 O ' O,-NAV FORM 21,0-2990-58, SECURITY CLASSIFICATION Reorder from FPSO Cog, 'I' Srnfzk Point I DRAP-'TED BY PRECEDENCE DATEfTlME GROUP MESSAGE NR, ROUT1NE 2312472 17 FROM: . COMMANDER DESTROYER SQUADRON 12 TO DESTROYER SQUADRON 12 INFO IREADDRESSED FROM cOMDEsD1v 1221 UNc:1.As. 1. FAST AND SMOOTH CROSSING NOTHING SHORT OF AMAZING. ACEY DUECY SHIPS NOT ONLY SHARP AND SMART BUT ALSO BLESSED WITH GOOD FORTUNE. 2. 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