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Rear Admiral Frederick B. Warder, USN, assumed
command of Cruiser Division Five in September i954
after service as Deputy Chief of Staff to the Com-
mander-in-Chief, Atlantic Fleet.
A native of Grafton, West Virginia, the Admiral
graduated from the Naval Academy in i925 and
reached flag rank in September l952.
Though be has had considerable cruiser duty
lincluding a tour as commanding officer of USS Colum-
busl, the Admiral's maior naval interest has been the
submarine service. He has filled a variety of billets
there, from supervision of the construction of USS
Seavvolf .... which ship he later commanded .... to
command of the Submarine School at New London.
As skipper of the Seawolf, the Admiral completed
seven war patrols and earned the Navy Cross with
gold star in lieu of a second award.
Later, he served as commander of Submarine
Division l22 and led one of the first Wolfpack
operations in the Pacific.
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Captain Jacob W. Waterhouse, USN, a native of
Wheeling, West Virginia, and a i929 graduate of
the Naval Academy, assumed command of the USS
Los Angeles in Long Beach on 7 January l955.
Prior to that, the Captain had commanded the USS
Estes, an amphibious command ship, which carried
the flag of Rear Admiral Lorenzo S. Sabin, USN,
while the Admiral was directing the evacuation of
the Tachen Islands. .
The Captain has spent most of his afloat career
in destroyer type ships, including command of USS
Luce, a radar picket which was sunk by a kamakaze
attack during the battle for Okinawa. For his part
in this action, Captain Waterhouse was awarded the
After V-J Day, the Captain served as Commanding
Officer of GroPac at Tangku lthe port of Tientsinl.
l-lis performance there won him the Bronze Star and
an additional decoration by the Nationalist Govern-
ment of China.
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Captain John D. Bulkeiey reported tor duty as
Chief of Statt, Cruiser Division One Hater Cruiser
Division Fivei in April 1954 trom his previous duty
as Commander Destroyer Division i32 Where he had
been serving in the Western Pacific during the last
Six months of the Korean War.
Captain Bulkeley graduated from the U.S. Naval
Academy in 1933. Since that time he has served
in cruisers, gunboats, aircraft carriers, destroyers,
motor torpedo boats and amphibious ships.
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