' m |pr - ' A4r-; i ;;r-AVv; i j :f. ..:;! ' : m ;r, .r-. ' v. ' - N ,v; ' - $ ' feif .-i; ' ■ : ' ' ' ' f$ M ■■■■. •: . ' , ' ■■ ■. " " ' •■ T-iX. c ' i ' 3!¥ r -,- .. ' ' r« . ' •. -... . ' " Jc.. . WESTPAC DEPLOYMENT STAFF Joseph Clarke Ted Thompson John Mitchell Christopiier Willis Richard Wallace Russell Pile Ronald Morris John Franko Anthony Kaniheitz Anthony Lulkus Eugene Tulich Raymond Evans Editor Section Editors Photographic Work Art Work Clerical TABLE OF CONTENTS OPENING SECTION . . . THE PEOPLE Officers Chief Petty Officers . . Engineering Department Operations Department Deck Department . . Supply Department . . PLACES AND EVENTS . . Ports Patrols ........ HOMEWARD BOUND . . FINAL TOTALS " WESTPAC DEPLOYMENT " To each of the men that have served al)Gard LSCGC iVlORGENTHAU these past ten months, those words have portrayed a vast array of meanings. To some of us they have been characterized in the excitement of visitin far off places, never to be seen again. To others they have svmbohzed the opportunity to perform duties and missions, only infrequently experienced in normal Coast Guard operations. But regardless of the many individual motivations or ordeals, there have been unifying experiences, felt by all, that have led to the [jroduction of this chronicle. By this media we hope to share with those (jf you who have been left behind, what we have learned from this part of our lives. We wish ou to experience tho.se difficulties and disappointments, those moments of pride and satisfaction, and the limes of joy and happiness. But most of all, we wish to show you that we have observed this time in our existence: and have come away with a new and perhaps better view of ourselves. This chronicle will also serve as a reminder lo each of us that we have seen this different world. That we have been affected by the places and the people; and that we can not remain the same for these experiences. Let this also be a reference for these memories after thev have been dimmed bv time. ,, «■ « ' ■ ' ' 1 IT STARTED WITH EXCITEMENT ' BASED ON HOURS OF HARD WORK AND TRAINING WORK THAT BECAME ROUTINE QUICKLY ! . E r i fr. R € |gg 1 4 H- Xr ■ ' 1 1 J s w " y BUT WVS MANY TIMES REWARDING FILLEDWITH DISAPPOINTMENTS 10 LONELINESS AND DIFFICULTIES 11 OCCASIONALLY THERE WAS RELAXATION HUMOR AND RECOGNITION 13 BUT ALWAYS THERE WAS THE DAILY HARD WORK AND EFFORT BUT MOST IMPORTANT, • E O P L ■Wr. -■M: COMMANDING OFFICER CAPT Lloyd M. Logan EXECUTIVE OFFICER May 1970-July 1971 CDR Kennard M. Palfrey i EXECUTIVE OFFICER July 1971 CDR Albert D. Grantham mmii MEDICAL OFFICER LCDR Robert Weiner, USPHS ENGINEERING OFFICER LT Anthony J. Lutkus OPERATIONS OFFICER LT Eugene N. Tulich ' CIC OFFICER LT Christopher D. WiUis ' flflR DAMAGE CONTROL ASSISTANT LTJG Thomas E. Thompson ASSISTANT ENGINEER LTJG Milton J. McHoney WEAPONS OFFICER LTJG Joseph J. Clarke ■IP ' Hi ■y lft gi H K I H l • i ri ' t:.. .ile " COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER ASSISTANT COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER jT}C, KcMMctli (i. Krupa LTK; loliri H. Mitclifll ASSISTANT ENGINEER ASSISTANT CIC OFFICER LT,|(; l)a i(l I!. Ii iiic ENS HoImtI W. Kaiidall ELECTRONIC MATERIAL OFFICER CW03 (ELC) John C. Siena MAIN PROPULSION ASSISTANT CW02 (MACH) William J. Matter CHIEF WARRANT OFFICER ASSOCIATION FIRST LIEUTENANT CW02 (BOSN) Thomas R. Shutters SUPPLY OFFICER CW02 (F S) Clarence L. Wentworth. Jr. 23 (T - V H.MCS Ji)liii J. IJarkcr ENCS Gcr;il(l I.. i5rvant QMC KoluTl J. Barker CHIEF PETTY OFFICERS ll H, William II. M..r-aii 1 PHiil j ij i ' -xTM t, - 1 k vH .. irvjmr RMC SlcNCM J. (M i()t. Jr. ETC Unnald I ' ,. Ulack 24 iiurfi ENC James N. Fitzgerald. Jr. ■ Vi fffi CSC RodriEo E. Erte SKC Luis A. Santos Dec James L. Waldrop ' iwfn : EMC Donald W. Glieden 4i FTC Robert P. Moore , RDC Richard II. ilk(ii mif (j-MC Jerome M. Penninijlon w-ffs m- ' ' m ENC Leonard J. Antoszewski 25 ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT t ,t »i.f % Vt t % I _ 1 i— «. W . III . te v i Vik 26 MAIN PROPULSION DAMAGE CONTROLMEN • ■ -SOI j: a v ELECTRICIANS MATES 28 AUXILIARY ENGINEERING SUPPLY OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER QUARTER - MASTERS RADIOMEN ELECTRONIC TECHNICIANS YEOMEN DECK FIRST DIVISION DEPARTMENT SECOND DIVISION iTT Mr- l i- it V GUNNERS MATES FIRE CONTROL MEN GUN CREW SUPPLY DEPARTMENT ft f f it f f STOREKEEPERS COOKS STEWARDS MATES L r - J SI MEDICAL DIVISION ' ::iiW ■ ' 1 IHIk THE PEOPLE THE PEOPLE FROM ALL DEPARTMENTS AND DIVISIONS 45 TO CO USCGC MORGENTHAU (WHEC 722) TO DEPART NEW YORK NO LATER THAN 3 NOVEMBER 1970 AND PROCEED VIA PANAMA CANAL, U.S. NAVAL BASE PEARL HARBOR HAWAII, U. S. NAVAL BASE GUAM, TO U. S. NAVAL BASE SUBIC BAY, REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES TO ARRIVE NO LATER THAN 12 DECEMBER 1970 P L A C E S A N D ' - I jr ' ! ' E V E N T S 49 3 NOVEMBER 1970 ONE LAST GOOD BYE A FINAL WAVE li wBB iU ' SO IT BEGAN GATUN LOCKS PANAMA C. NM 1 3 WE LEFT THE ANGRY ATLANTIC TO ENTER THE PEACEFUL PACIFIC GATEWAY TO THE PACIFIC 26 NOVEMBER PEWV II A UNIQUE THANKS GIVING -r . -»•«? --: « .. .■s- - ' -■-— U.S.S. ARIZONA MEMORIAL 12 DECEMBER Subic Bay A TIME OF PREPARATION, FINAL BRIEFINGS AND LAST MINUTE REPAIRS AND WE WERE READY. . . J L . is 1 5r-- ;! fi ii . " r " % ON 19 DECEMBER FOR OUR FIRST PATROL, SOON MEDCAPS, NGFS, VERTREPS, UNREPS, MARKET TIME, WERE THE WAY OF LIFE THIS IS 9VKY 9VKY M V JOY TAYLOR POSIT 06-12N, 106-I5E SHIP LISTING TO STARBOARD SIDE REQUIRE IMMEDIATE ASSISTANCE SOS SOS SOS 9VKY 9VKY THIS IS NDWA NDWA USCGC MORGENTHAU ENROUTE YOUR POSIT ETA 1230 « . " •. USCGC MORGENTHAU STANDING BY SUBJECT PREPARING TO ABANDON SHIP ' ■ W . M V JOY TAYLOR SANK 1736 29 DECEMBER PROCEEDING TO AN THOI 23 SURVIVORS ON BOARD 28 FEBRUARY 1971 A FEW FRANTIC MINUTES OF UNCERTAINTY, FOLLOWED BY THE FEELING OF FRUSTRATION OF USELESSNESS WHILE CONDUCTING A MEDCAP, WE HIT AN UNCHARTED, UNDERWATER PINNACLE OBGENTHAU NEEDED BACK ON THE LINE SUBIC REPAIR FACILITY WORKED DAY AND NIGHT THE EXPERTS SAID TWO MONTHS AND IN 3 WEEKS WE WERE UNDERWAY ENROUTE TO MORE PATROLS AND. . . HONG « • TT., t H .; ' ' Ql H KONG 4 ■c tpfeifejii v ,, M •IK B A N G K O K MANILA SUBIC BAY o L O N G A P O i TIME RACED BY AND SOON WE WERE PULLING OUT OF ANOTHER PORT TO GO BACK ON... . iHlli p A T R O L BACK ON PATROL WE FOUND OURSELVES FILLING MANY JOBS A SUPPLY SHIP A COASTAL A HOSPITAL SHIP SURVEILLANCE SHIP r ' m ;-- I . . H ' " ifBi s = AND AFTER OUR LAST PATROL WE WERE... 722 , , . - r--«fT .-7 • «»T f ■ V-s- m : -■■ a- . ONCE AGAIN THERE WAS HAWAII Beaches And Sightseeing mmm -S K ' 1 — 1 .1 98- AND AFTER A QUICK STOP AT SAN DIEGO A New Port ACAPULCO - Eti .,lK.glPlltel ,: ifaS ' f! ' ;! ■fejafe ' 99 THEN THROUGH THE CANAL r vmt m»A But This Time Into The Atlantic 100 AND THEN THERE WAS GOVERNORS ISLAND 101 AND HOME FINAL FIGURES Miles Cruised 39,081 Percentage of Time Underway 72.8% Junks Sampans Detected 2383 Junks Sampans Inspected 627 Junks Sampans Boarded 63 Steel Hulled Vessels Detected 507 Steel Hulled Vessels Inspected 152 MEDCAPS Conducted 25 Patients Treated 2676 UNREPS Conducted 37 VERTREPS Conducted 5 BOATREPS Conducted 3 INREPS Conducted 6 Naval Gun Fire Support Missions Fired 19 Rounds of Ammunition Expended 1645 Naval Engagements 1 Enemy KIA 14 Structures Destroyed 32 Structures Damaged 37 Bunkers Destroyed 12 Bunkers Damaged 3 Water Borne Logistic Craft Destroyed 7 Water Borne Logistic Craft Damaged 3 Secondary Explosions 10 Secondary Fires 3 Bridges Destroyed 1 Rice Caches Destroyed 1 104 ALLEN PUBLISHING COMPANY - 1426 NORTH CENTRAL PARK AVENUE - ANAHEIM, CALIFORNIA . fi : :, 1. yJ i il .2y. ' i X i iyv-.; Rti vf ' K " . .ii%. 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