King (DLG 10) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1972

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'-,X -9-. Commander TARBUCK was appointed to the N aval Academy from the state of California and graduated with the class of 1956. He served his first tour of duty as Gun- nery Officer aboard the Radar Picket Destroyer DENNIS J. BUCKLEY. His tour also in- cluded three deployments to the Far East, one of which was during the Quemoy Crisis where he also served as an all weather air controller. Upon completion of hisini- tial tour on BUCKLEY in De- cember I958, CMDRTARBUCK attended mine warfare orienta- tion school and subsequently served as Executive Officer and Navigator of the Ocean Minesweeper CONQUEST COMM DI OFFICER - I QQ Q I CMDR. RICHARD R. TARBUCK, USN ., i it -. an . ' 1" ' 5' ' 'Q' ' Y, - 'al ' wil- Qv, , .. -Q 'R ,. 1 'in'--.-1' ' "-- ik-wi 'Kr "A ins uw '51, . QN- Q .7 1' Yue.. iq'- J-......,, Wynn? - . it y .V 2 i" .. in transpacific operations to Thailand and the Orient. Commander TARBUCK assumed command of the c o a s t al minesweeper WARB- LER in October 1960 in the Western Pacific. He assumed additional duty as Commander Mine Division THIRTY-TWO in May 1962. In February 1963 he was relieved and assigned to the Bureau of Naval Personnel, Officer Distribution Section. Commander TARBUCK joined the USS DALE QDLG-193 in March 1965, in the Tonkin Gulf, where he assumed duties as Operations Officer. Upon completion of his second Viet- nam area cruise fin August 19665 he was detached and re- ported for duty as Executive Officer, USS JOSEPH STRAUSS QDDG-165, homeported in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. From January to June 1967 he served his third Vietnam deployment and ninth WESTPAC cruise with the U.S. SEVENTH Fleet. After completion of the course at the Armed Forces Staff College, Norfolk, Vir- ginia, Commander TARBUCK was assigned to the Command and Policy Branch of the Stra- tegic Plans and Policy Division QOP-605 in OPNAV. Five months later he was selected to serve as the Administrative Assistant and Aide to the Vice Chief of Naval Operations. Recently, Commander TARBUCK completed a Viet- nam, in-country Senior Advis- or tour prior to reporting for duty as Commanding Officer, USS KING. Commander TAR- BUCK and his wife, Roberta, reside in Imperial Beach, Cal- ifornia, with their two chil- dren, Rob-Ray and Michelle.

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FROM THE CAPTAIN A very special effort has gone into this cruise book, commemorating a cruise unu- sual in its character from be- ginning to end. Steaming to- gether for nearly 65,000 miles, you, the KINGSMEN, have reached peaks of professional excellence on numerous occa- sions. From intensive surveil- lance operations in the far northern reaches of the Bering Sea and northern Pacific Ocean, to support of attack carrier operations in the Gulf of Tonkin, to demanding and prolonged efforts in support of America's largest Indian Ocean Force, Task Force 74, the crew of KING put forth sustain- ed superior performance not usually demanded of most ships deploying to WESTPAC. The superlative job has not gone unnoticed, various praises have been received from many quarters, including the pilots who benefited from KING's fine air-controlling, the helo detachments we had assigned to KING, Commander of Task Force 74, COMCRUDESGRP- SEVENTHFLT and Commander Seventh Fleet. It was acclama- tion well-earned. It is also interesting to note that we, in KING this cruise, have transitted l5seas, 2 gulfs, several straits, and 3 oceans. We have spanned the Pacific from East to West, North to South, not to mention half of the Indian Ocean. Al- though unfortunately cancelled out of our I-long Kong Christ- mas, we had an exceptional opportunity for people-to- people diplomacy "down uri- der" in both Australia and New Zealand. These visits were a delight and a complete success in all respects. The ship's ap- pearance was spotless and striking. Many thousands of Aussies and Kiwis visited KING - you can be sure that the numerous friendships and fine impressions you as Amer- ican ambassadors made are of real, though intangible, value to our Navy and our Nation. It is these personal ties and experi- ences between our respective peoples that constitutes the real nature of alliances. It is my very strong feel- ing that this crew has and will continue to respond to every demand and every challenge in ways that do credit to our Navy and to KING herself. It has been a singular pleasure for me to be your Commanding Of- ficer during much of the work and fun of KING's eleventh, and m o st interesting, deployment from home. My cap is off to you!

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SS KI G USS KING QDLG-105 is a Guided Missile Frigate, home- ported in San Diego, California. She administratively reports, through Commander Destroyer Squadron FIVE and Command- er Cruiser-Destroyer Flotilla ELEVEN, to Commander Cruiser-Destroyer Force, U.S. Pacific Fleet. KING operates as a unit of both the FIRST Fleet and of the SEVENTH Fleet depending upon her ge- ographic location. KING was authorized by Congress in the l956 Shipbuild- ing Program. Her keel was laid on 1 March 1957 at the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremer- ton, Washington, KING was launched on 6 December 1958, under the sponsorship of Mrs. Oliver W. VAN BERG, daughter of Fleet Admiral KING. KING was commissioned and proudly took her place in the Navy on 17 November 1960 as the first ship named after Fleet Ad- miral Ernest J. KING.

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