Mount McKinley (AGC 7) - Naval Cruise Book

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i i ' P 1 w I V E K F K J x A 4 I -1 1 1 A i L 4 5 , X x , 5 ' r n F r if J , 5. 'Z f, 5 , 'I 1 w 5 i , I 1 Z 2 .a . FOREWORD The U.s.s. MOUNT MCKINLEY, Flagship of Commander Amphibious Group Four, weighed anchor and departed Saipan on the 16th of September 1945 to play a major part in the occupation of the japanese Homeland. On the morning of the 22nd of September the 'Mighty Mac' dropped anchor at Sasebo, Kyushu, japan. ,Vice Admiral Kosa Abe, Rear Admiral Keichi Ishii, Captain Takahashi, Major General Yoichi Koho and Major Negoro of the japanese Army and Navy reported aboard and complied with the surrender terms of Rear Admiral Reifsnider. On the 27th of September the 'Mighty Mac' set sail for Wakayama, Honshu, japan and on the 29th of September she anchored in Wakanoura Wan, off Wakayama. On the 4th of October, the U.S-S. MOUNT MCKINLEY assumed ifS duties as F1a2ShiP for Commander Amphibious Forces, Western japan Area, departing on the same day to supervise the landing of occupation troops in the Kure Area, and anchoring off Hiro Wan on the 6th day of October. Vice Admiral Kanazawa, Rear Admiral Yamaki, Captain Konoe, and Interpreter Ino reported aboard for a conference with Rear Admiral Reifsnider and complied with the surrender terms concerning Kure Naval Base. The 'Mighty Mac' then departed for the Tokyo Area on the 31st of October and anchored in Yokohama Harbor on the 2nd of November. On the 17th of November 1945, the 'Mighty Mac' weighed anchor and departed the Tokyo Area for the West Coast via Pearl Harbor to join the Magic Carpet Fleet. A The following pages contain a pictorial story of the 'Mighty Hac's Second Cruise. Living up to past performances the u.s.s. uowvr AIQKINLEY with Captain Wayne N. Gamet, Commanding, continues to be a major asset to the 'World's Mightiest Fleet'. - ' Credit for their efforts is due the following staff: PHOTOGRAPHY Q A M P. o. GARCIA, Chief Photographer, U,-5,N. ' P. D. GALES, PhoM1c,gUSNR, V u. s. GROVE, PhoM2c, USNR E. W. BEER, PhoM2c, USNR . J. P. SULLIVAN, Phone, USNR H. R. MILLER, PhoM3c,' USNR B. j. ATKINS, PhoM3c, USNR COMPILATION ' c. CROWNOVER, Lieuf., USNR S. TALNADGE, ch. Ship's Clk., USN N. Jomvsozv, Yzc, USNR, SECOND CRUISE OF THE u. s. s. Moum MCKINLEY l . S Occupation of Japan September 1945 fo November 1945 QD-QC, fl 0 D 77? , Mgfyg i - 17' Qfyffff' fl ,W ' 'u , up . 'IDV5 S L f :UaLL.5mi Liwiiiiaf L2 ... 1,............,,,.,,.,,,.,..,-.i-+f:-we1:'2fuw1'fvffxf:fervfffi--sff',-f-1 - - f ' V - W" ' Easels , . - -..Q e.:...44gm:4a-x-L:-in-1--rf -., , - ' -.r-H-a-nn-an-:.wfnvz11'.1?z'a,-g...I?:' -f. ---f Y- A --,A 'f ' f K W W rlil . , ,,,,-.a.,m.....-Na.:..1f--5 , . . . aneg d C t E G Fulhn 'Ei er lla g.m!:lemC?1ilef ofgtzf? Ph1bGroup FOUR, thered m Admiral s cabin for Sur render bgiference Japanese harbor pilot directing entry into Sasebo Harbor. I Surrender Conference in Admiral's Cabin - L. to R. Major General Ko o, Japanese Army - Vice Chief of Staff of Qflestern Arm Dis- trictg Vice Admiral Kosa Abe Com 5 , . of asebo Naval Base and Com. of Naval Ground Forces in Sasebo Areag Ensig'n Tanaka, Im 'al Jap Navy - Interpreterg Ca tain E. G. Flslggwider, U. S. Navy, Chief of staff, Former Japanese Naval Academy occupied by giftg0'Amphibious Corps Headquarters, ase Peter D. Gales, PhoM1e, USNR covering bomb damage in Sasebo Clty, Kyushu, Japan. Ammunition storage caves in hill at entrance to Haikl Straits. ,--14 L..--f ff ff! V' Abt , XXX., l wmvfni 2 X ... View of bomb damage to business district in Sasebo. X Street scene in the city of Sasebo. Cooli h ' husehold ff thro h bombed mmmt 0 6 em ug Scene of typical fishing village in Sasebo Area. LST beached at ramp at Supply Basin. f' ,ang .X , ,fx -, W M,- V Y 5 so fra? LSM and LST's unloading on ramp at Naval Aircraft Factory. KA's unloading at Repair Basin Docks. Bulldozer on ramp of LST at Supply Basin. - i - In LST preparing to unload supplies at Basm 9 Japanesqdestroyers - SUZUBUKI in fore- ground with bow missing, HARUKAZE and ANAGI in Ebisu Bay, Sasebo. Front view of Japanese destroyers, SUZUBUKI, HARUKAZE and YANAGI. gcuttled Japanese coastal submarine in Ebisu ay. .S. Destroyer A comcing alongside the o Mighty Mac to recelve ofiicers. Japanese PF .Frigates lKaibokan Classj moored in Ebisu Bay. Japanese aircraft carrier KASAGI in Eblsu Bay. A U. S. ships unloadi l' ' D d k No. 4, Sasebo Harbop? Supp les In ry Oc 1 5 13096 l Jap Seaplane on dock near Japanese Naval Aircraft Factory. ' - , 1-f -- w-.MM U MMM ' ' - ' XV Nga' x""M3:slf" A . --'-. r . 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Street scene in Wakayama. l ,wh Geisha girl dancing at the OfIicer's Club. 11 ......- ,:.:..-E--,Q-.-.fn-g....A-....,.,,..,-..,., .,',.:-.g,:g1,-:gf mm-. . ' H A ' - - V, ' . ' : z l 1 Jap Battlewagon "HYUGA" sunk in shallow W8-ter at Hiro. 3mi2gi1SpCf5b.Geisha girls entertaining at the Remains of the once proud BB HYUGA. Q. The last resting place of the camouflaged BB HARUNA. BX'-NNN Bomb damage at Hiro Naval Base - s Rear Admiral REIFSNIDER and Stud get down to business an the conference room. Rear Admiral REIFSNIDER, seated at head of table reads surrender terms while Ino fweanng civilian clothesl acts as Inter reter lLt0R- Rear Admiral HASHIMO Qaeatedj RearAdm1ra.l YAMAK1 tam KONOE and Vice Admiral KAN ZAWA Iseatedj Rear Admiral REIFSNIDER on ' tour of the J. the Ndyal B8l6'l00m ova- Pallele Midget submannea. Bomb damage of the once famous Kure busi- ness district Birdseye view of bomb damage in Kure. Ruins of the Kure industrial center One of the man Ja aircraft carriers mor- V Y P tally wounded in'Kure Harbor. Channel into Kure Harbor. Fishing village can be seen at the left. Close-up of damaged Jap BB ISE. Damaged Jap aircraft carrier at anchor in Kure arbor. Damaged Jap CA AOBA. 1 1 Young Japanese girl carrying baby in true Japanese fashion I i I I I 5 1, I , i f 1 E E A I ,, ,,.., -,-,. .,-.,..-q Y ... 1, ...-- ,WW ....1..-, ., f a n - ciwu..mzca.-kaaraxsmviaxarinveii-veH1u.1 -, ,V -f'-- e " g - -r'-. V fa-T - . :L-A. wsu- v ' 'I-M-If 'wif' l H125 All that is left of the industrial center of Hiroshima. x Red Cross building at left was one of the few buildings to survive the atomic bomb. Effectiveness and destructive power of the first atomic bomb is shown in this picture. oe ' . T- Burned out area of Yokohama. 'The harbor may be seen in background. Y Koh . , - , 5 I Overlooking the burned out area, the bug- -the iness district of Yokohama may be seen m ure, j the backgrolmd. The one and only Jap battle-wagon still afloat - QNAGATOJ. Q- ' - This picture speaks for itself. Majestic Mt. FUJIYAMA, one of the most beautiful sights in Japan. You Ame NOW emsnme 5 TOKYO ls, CAVALRY 'DIVISION Cente fTk d ht'lf f beautinfgl b0'l11Z35"d. W 8 'S e t 0 some Bridge at entrance of the Emperol-'s Palace. Palace may be seen on the h1l1side in back ground. Entrance to Em 's Palace showing moatandswnew . , . , . . , " -'ZQQGR'-2-'-v5i",7-1-TeiC5JEE5E:z ::+'E c . an. ...f-.e..1:nu4uA.v u4.1,wxr-4-.mc-1-:afar :r..wma.w- . Japanese civilians paying homage to the Emperor. Q - ' ' Q , " TJQ5F'17fiir ii 1 W"l7"'W K W-E'1fX"'m"" ai .- V X 1 ,- cc ff: I ,K x . I . .' 1-.KA-f , . f-, -X w x - , -- - --M., . f , Sff ff W-'V 1 ' 5 - X :"L'l:-' H A ' f.. . ,CA-W, w ' - cf W ' . H ' p exam-3,2-. f' , . , 0-,.. . - ' , V: , . -- X ir 4 11 2 . -av cw" 9 . ' Q ' ' - . -- -- A ' P ' 'R' vf-aww Swv . . M -" " ' - ." ' , A ,,-fav. - .Mar Q-215531 tc. If 3 , Q57 '- . , A i f N " ,A QQ,--f-.4 cf 5:1- 3' ' ' , - 'f ' ' . D ,f ,W L.. L ,,.1mSf'K3-fffdf-cfm f " 1-is-,na:,:,.'s.:.-.+gg.u:1-.um Ny.--5.--an L...-1.---.-- -. .Q-rg --L :hm . -,we-1, -N..-..-Q..-K ' ' -' - - ' p ,. , "' " W" t ., " x X x f ' , x ,NMAM Cultivation of Bonsai. Jap dwarf trees on exhibition. Front view of Jap Diet X..-W-'figs Bomb damage to business district of Tokyo Street scene in Tokyo. -...,..--4.4 .ti 5 Q Typical Japanese shanty in which Japan- ese made homeless by fire-bombs are now residing. ,......,,,,.-Dil... .,,,, Jap shacks in burned out area of Tokyo. ' 1 1 11 fx , I, 1 I x 1 ' ' ,af-,Y 1 1 1 1 1 1 .1. 1 fi A :1 ' 13 ' , 1 1 1 1 1 Q4 ' 11? A ,fi , ,, 4 'll 1121! Q 511, ' i 1 . 1 A1 1 1,111 1 X , e1 1 , . 4-.91 w . nu, 1 1 V1-Jig. . ' :1 " ' V : : 'I 92" . ., 1 tl, , . 51' PM 1 3- 1 .Q Rf ,X i Vi ,4 H . :1,5g. , '1 L. 1 " gr, - Q .fu 1 , 'si 11 ,, ,, .V ., '11 iwf 1 "Nga Q xfgfg I7 1 3 ,1-1 ' 11 5, ff 1-1 11m 3 1.11 ,Q ,111 ., rf' f 1!! ' V W . 1 ,r , 3.1 Q1 .' s 11 'K 11 1 v , Q, 1 I 1 ' 2 , f l v 5 1 l 1 E 'S f ' 3 4 , ... A . 4 , Y 0 1 V! . K . I ' t , Q11 i ', 1 ,L-'f A if 1 ,2 W J I A I Q2 -J W 1 . ' ' , 1 , S E V ' .1 K . Q U3 QF' I , L- . X. 'HQ 1 - 1 . 1 IV" pw- , f Y 4 X FOREWORD The U,5,5, MOUNT MCKIMLEY weighed anchor and departed Pearl Harbor, T.H., 29 December 1945, enroute to Tokyo, japan, wi th the Far EaSf61'r1 Commission headed by Major General Frank McCoy, U..S1. Army CRetiredj. Arrived Yokohama, japan, on 9 january 1946, unloaded fuel during the night and proceeded to Tokyo, japan, the next morning. On 10 january 1946 moored at Berth A, Shibaura Dock 2nd District, Tokyo. Departed Tokyo on 31 january for Yokosuka, japan, loaded passengers and on the 1st of February the 'Mighty Mac' then departed lfor Pearl Harbor, T.H, On the morning of the 11th of February the 'Mighty Mac' moored at Pier 'Able' Pearl Harbor, 'T.H., Where the Far Eastern Commission and passengers disembarked, the Far Eastern Commission proceeded via air to the mainland. Loaded passengerslto full capacity of 120 officers and 427 enlisted men destined.for separation centers and on the 12th of February the 'Mighty Mac' set sail for San Francisco, California, arriving there on the 18th 0-'f,February 1946. . I The following pages con tain a pictorial story of the 'Mighty Mac's' Thi rd Cruise. , ' - 1 ' ' - Credit for their effoffs is due the following staffg PHo1ooRAPHy ' F.O. GARCIA, Chief Photographer, U,S,N, B.j. ATKINS, PhoM3c, USNR, A j. W. NORWOOD, PhoM3c, USNR, COMPILA TION s. TALNADGE, Chief shfp's'c1efk, U,S,N, j.E. COLLINS, Y3c, USNR, r 1.1. WMLSH, Prfrsc, USNR, Q FQQES , I7 THIRD CRUISE 0F THE ff , We u. s. s. MOUNT' McKlNLEY WlTH THE FAR EASTERN COMMISSION DECEMBER 1945- FEBRUARY 1946 - 'W' '1 rw' rw A . ,g I. 'YA I' 11:1 :Q LI ,s 11 : R . . ,, BHK f'fHfP?PfRfV+wesaQffwf V. ..,.............M.v.7 Charles C. HERSEY Commander U.S.N.R. 9 Executive Officer E . L gl ss Ei 31 55 ll 1 I 1: i 2. v Wayne N. GAMET Captain U.S.N Commanding Officer - .--:fa .1-.L-.-: p-xv: :1-N:--, sf,-Af, ,.- 7, ard... ,,...A--. .- w...........-f....,...--. ,L. .-,,-.1 HJ...-... ma. .., ,-...mf ,-:ref-H. ..., -..A ..q.,-- D... W -.... ... Col. Victor MORIZON, left, French delegation- Miss Ann McGUIGAN U. S. Secretariat and Capitaine De Saint FRONT F rench delegation upon arrival at Hickham field. Facing camera is Col. S. M. COSGRAVE, Canada and Mr. R. R. SAKSENA, India upon arrival at Hickham field. At leisure in the Wardroom of the U.S.S McKinley enroute to Tokyo. -"-.-'---- J-v A,-K,-4:'f:'i-iv:-nf... fm - --1.n1 .-, - -eggs, ' 2 lIir:ud If V A 1 If-inner.:-Lv-3'iEd.Lxu-ua-wuz: ..::.:..-.qgafaun-14-.rusmas-4-1-er ' Card games and letter writing in the wardroom Left to right: Capitaine De Saint FRONT France, Cmdr. C. C. HERSEY ships Executive Officer, Lt. Gen. Chu, SHIH-MING China and Mr. Hugh D. FARLEY United States help time pass with a game of cards in the ward- I'O0l'Il. Left to right: Mr. oscar MORLAND Great Britain Sir George SANSOM Great Britain, Col. L. M. COSGRAVE Canada and Mr. R. R. SAKSENA India 8 Commission meeting in the Lounge enroute to Toyko W The Hon Tomas CON FESSOR Pl'11l1pp1l'l6S addresses the crew in the mess hall I Maj. General Frank R. McCOY head of United States delegation and head of commission gs 'immlv' R... -Olena sggf' ff, .-E---r - Fr -Y--r -"-' ' - ' ' ,, V Y- W, -- 5- .-V.. fra- - ,T-we-"iff --4 17-5?c:rfpL.:axu,ia3:hi'?.E'?-Y'1"f39?' 774, , , Wh, -gbrwgg-3-,SL-f..4Q-.4-Q"- fzzfa'-1-.is ' ' "-f Z' ' ' -- - ' ' '- ' ' Col. L. M. COSGRAVE of the Canadian dele gation Maj. General and Mrs. Frank R. McCOY aboard the U.S. S. Mt. McKinley Sir George SAN SOM head of the Great Britain delegatlon addresses the crew ,, ..-.., .n-.-.-c,,,.c:,,-3 The.Hon. Tomas CONFESSOR head of the Phlllppme delegation addresses the crew in the fl mess hall Sir Carl BERENDSON head of the New Zea- land delegation A -, ,-.,,,.f-.1, y -.F-,H , -Y Lv-ff , 1: ---. ,ht , ,,,,,,.,z...... --. MM., - .... ......,..........,-. ,,,.,.-.,,.,.f -.,.,,. sf,-,. .-.,.v1-.- uzfflfgf-,srl sf-'11--fr ff-:eww Q .--...nf 4 f ,J r i xx fl ,u 5 1 I 1 f n -, Q 1, 1. Sir George SAN SOM head of the Great Britainl' delegation 5 I li I i L 1 l , .... 4 '. -' :- . - - we-1. 1: --f -- f--- -- sf' 7 -"-"ffH1: -'-fr.- f ::as'ai-sias1:-.qsssmsrls-5,m:-niggassiategefr-v-1462125214 ,,. , , . 1--.x,g. xv. ---6 X , -...,g,... , , J rage: -..,1,,J in -'xx'-H.JJv:,n M .M E Z im' in-at I V '.-W----fx-Y--YW. .- , .. 4 .. V...Y V -L.-,..."7', ' Stenographers at work in the F. E. C. distri bution office Sir Carl BERENDSON head of the New Zea- ha land delegation addresses the crew in the mess ll Dr. A. D. A. de Kat ANGELINO head of the Netherlands delegation Lt. Gen. Chu SHIH-MING head of the Chinese delegation The Hon. Nelson T. JOHNSON 4. Major J. PLIMSOLL member of the Australian 5 delegation 3 Q a E i F 2 3 l 1 I i ff: I . I .l Y ,N X, j , uw P A V , ----H---e----M -M-f-ff 5., - W, .. vii e-fgdq-.-1.11. -l - f-if-'Y-1 - f'-f 1 Z 1 - ' - 'T' ,'.'-61351217-spas5:LJi3.3i-acifiiie-H-2'-?w?1?HS14 "f.:. 'fd 4-usual-1 uf A 3. 4. 4314 . - - - - , .- A Q--15 4-1 'L' 4""b+'f-"4-M:-if--'fu-1' --e -ff ws fwnv ....ws:1'r:v- rrblmzf 1 --,.wf,f,s.,,. -5-z..,:.-:u,.-S.-of-m-. ,,r,--za-,.,.,.ws.,q,T,.-x,V,.,,. ., k ,,,,i,cf hL h i 7 E,.QL,,.,, .FQ ,Hum Monsieur Francis LACOSTE head of the French delegation l Major Charles BOXER, member of the delega- tion from Great Britain addresses the crew in the mess hall The.Hon Tomas CONFESSOR head of the Philippine delegation ne vga-if vr., my iv- 5 -.,....,...... -.....-..... -. -...........-.....-..f... ,,p..,....e .,.1..v ... 6, .. ,.. v , 7, Dr. A. D. A. de Kat. ANGELINO Netherlands addresses the crew Mr. Herbert NORMAN of the Canadian dele-Q gatlon y a 1 5 I 5 E 1 I 1 I ,Ai .I ?! fi Mr R R SAKSENA delegate for India 541 Qagu wu-ma ' 1 M 4 - TVR.. qu M A A .. -fe .,,-.-:. :Q Q,,--r...a 7 r,1.,,-1.4 egg., :,,r,,r T -1 ---TM i v-:nl -,......x .c ,i.'f:x?4g5:i55, 1, - ' if- ,. , .,-.-fwwg-i. 5 gx-gsgeg:f:w:.v:-'rf'-5r?-5 3 'ff ' " ' - ! The Hon. Nelson T. JOHNSON of the American delegation Major General Frank R. McCOY 9 Mr. W. D. FORSYTH head of the Australian delegation - A - V. ,.-. . W-..---.........-.. .--...,.-.,,, -- ,. 4--. ,..3,..-V., .,- -,4-r1,...,.....-.-,sau-znf::n-1.,.uf, Y ,uv- Members of the commission on deck The Philippine delegation left to right Mr. Antonio A. GONZALEZ The Hon Tomas CON- FESSOR Miss Rosario MENCHACA General MARQUAT board ship in Yokohama Catholic Mass Delegation heads in Yokohama Protestant services '-' H1L+,--'ff-1,1-.r-..,f.1,v.,Vf.-.-,.....,.g.,.1,.,,-, f ' , , , - . ,. . . . . .. .-.,, .. ., ... .- , -. ..-. - M- ,, .. .H .ne .-.W ,A-.f.wu,f.-fwnnf.. -1.-5,2 :.L.,.,,. :.,.,.,, 1.,.f4.5---.:.-.... -,......,. .,. ..........4.4....--,. ...QU W-. ,.f..Y,.,.,...,-e -1-.1-www:s-:.f.:'-:ffl fp- :vw-v.:-ff-,gy--r5,L-L .,f,,,,5,A ., f fi, ,E QE Z E li gl H rw: . ,E Q1 W -1 51 EV EW -N Q' W Navy nurse Lt. Marie DIETRICH make a Geisha girl QA! I 51 -1 fl ei -! 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"A" f'-" ' "'f "'fA'-"""1?f'L':a:"fiF- '-f + 'f"f-26 1'-'W 11 """ 1' u'Ve,:e:sfs" ' 'real -fafeseasa-::nsi:,Qug:,g,g.:e5e,.g,,gJ , , . ,.. , ,.,A-A. 9. 1, .A s-.'-safes LMC! 3-77, AJ,L.prmngt g 4,,.g,. Y, -:,..1...i,..r,LV1-,+2,4,,,. , ,Q , ug v :xwv-.vgy-eg-f L-X I was., Vlrs. J. D. CIPRIANI of the Netherlands del- egation passes out cigars, candy and cigarettes luring Happy Hour Hanging from the rafters for' Happy Hour boxing bouts Happy Hour boxing bout - M. .. vw-fp,..s.N.'.-Q-f.sg,:au,-...11-.-af-grrmas . w:-nv'---exp 5-.:...... ...-.,--.....v..,..............-... ,.,.,....-.N --A qv- .-.....:.,1. a,-frvzg-gm,--, ,-...-- .,-gv,...,,,,,,,,,, an V Miss J. F. KEEFER secretary to the delegate from India distributes cigars, candy and cigar- ettes during Happy Hour Happy Hour boxing bout Giving out "OLD MOUNTAIN MUSIC" at Happy Hour ' r f 1 i .i Er ii ll 'Q J Ei 'z fi ii i Q, , fi fl Qi si li I, an 'w ,, 25 Il vi ,i P ,! I 1 fi ir I H 4. 1 i , V N li li 51 e W! i ..az.MEf1y an-.-,gg -ff-fqarfzf-f-v'F'-f, . lfij 'L ' , L f 'M '- -" " 7 4 5 ' -7-f f: " ' i'f'N"1" """ " W Q E S AUSTRALIA Major J. Plimsoll Dr. John Andrews CANADA n Mr. E. Herbert Norman Col. L. M. Cosgrave CHINA - Lt. Gen. Chu ShifMing Major Shu ChiH'H3IHl Mr. Ving.Tsin Liu FRANCE Monsieur ,Francis LaCoste Monsieur Robert Douteau Monsieur Pierre Sauvageot Capt. S. E. Vaisseau Yves Durand 'de Saint Front ' Col. Victor Morizon ' Miss Helene Joly. ?m Sedan INDIA Mr. R. R. Saksena Miss J. F. Keefer NEW ZEALAND Sir Carl Berendsen Mr. J. M. Bertram Mr. F. Corner Col. G. R. Powles NETHERLANDS Dr. A. D. A. de Kat Angelino Mr. O. Reuchlin Dr. G. A. P. Weyer Mrs J. D. Cipriani PHILIPPINES Hon. Thomas Confessor Mr. Antonio A. Gonalez Miss Rosario Menchaca UNITED KINGDOM Sir George Sansom Major Charles Boxer Mr. Oscar Morland Miss G. Margaret Watson UNITED STATES Maj. Gen. Frank R. McCoy Mrs. Frank R. McCoy- Hon Nelson T. Johnson Col. James McCormack, Jr. Col. C. Stanton Babcock. Dr. Geo. H. Blakeslee Mr. Robert W. Barnett Mr. Harold W. Moseley Mr. Hugh D. Farley Miss Edna V. Culbreth Miss Ann McGuigan- Miss Mary P. McKenna Miss M. Kathleen Welsh Ofgezeee af ZLSS. 77ZcK6aZeg ew 74ml dundee GAMET, Wayne N., Captain, USN ................................................ Commanding Officer HERSEY, Charles C., Commander, USNR ............................. ............ E xecutxve Officer D tgfeade WARD,,Ernest, Commander, MC, USN ............,.................,...,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, M edical FREEBCRN, Stanley B., Lieutenant Commander, SC, USN .,,,.,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, S upply LEWIS, John B., Lleutenant, USN ..,....................,....,,,,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, C Ommunication PLATTE, Peter J., Lieutenant, USNR .......,....,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,, C E3 R MULLER, Herbert S., Lieutenant, USNR ,,,,,,,,.,. ,.,,,,,, E ngineefing MYRICK, Joseph L., Lieutenant fjgj, USNR ..,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,..,,, G unnefy SAKALA, Joseph R., Lieutenant fjgj, USNR ,.,,,,,,-, -,,,-,-,- N avigation KLAUDER, Lawrence I. L., Lieut. Commander .......... USNR GUARINI, Frank J., Ir., Ensign ........ ......... DIETRICH, Marie E., Lieutenant ....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,, NC, USN PQND Thomas A. Ensign .-----..,- H -,-- '--,- D TUNGUE, Raymond K-Q .lr-s Lieutenant ----------- S.-DC, USNR SCHWARTZ Benjamin Ensign .,,. N - JUNES, Richard L. M., Lieutenant .....,,,,,,.,,,,,, , ,,,,. f -,,,,, USNR CQREY Hnnfse E. Jr. Ensign U U s GRAVES, Daniel W., Jr., Lieutenant ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,.., USNR JAQUEQ William, D ' Ensign """"" """' ' SINDLEK StmUt1R-,Lieutenant fig? -.--...... USNR TAILOR: Eugene E., Ensign .... ff.'m ufffffff- IPPOLITO, Carol A., Lieutenant fjgj ,-,,,.,.,,, V , , KENNEDY, John T., Ensign ........,. ,,,,,.,. , 351-IEKNCI-iERe Wtlttf Hp Lieutenant Og? --------- --............. U SN J KQLAR, Wilbur Cs Ensign ,.,,--,,,, an -,,,,,,, , , aymond C., Lieutenant qjgy ,,,,,.,,,,, ,.,,,,,,,,,, U SNR KUHLMAN Joh L E . B01-'I-INGER, Robert H., Lieutenant ,,,,,- , -,--,-,, USNR RUSSELL P' II? " ,nslgn """"""""' """" ' CARLSON, LCROY E., Lieutenant Qjgj .,...,.,.,,,,,,,,, , ,,-- USNR ' at , " Ensign """"""' "j """"' """"' SMITI-I,tEdWin Ss Lieutenant ogy ----'----- I shnsuns ls -UHIU um-USNR WEAVER, Davld H., Lleutenant fjgl ......... ........ - SC HEBENSTREIT, Harold R., Lieutenant qjgj ,-.,,,,,, ,---USNR RUSS0, Luigi In Ensign --------------. . ........... FEAMAN, Paul A., Lieutenant fjgj ,,.,.,,,,,.,.,-., ,-,,,,------ U SNR LHBLONDE, Jack HT", Ensign ........,,,,, ,,,,,,, , , QUAIXRE, ChH1'lBS M., Lieutenant fjgj ,,,,,,,,,, . -,,,,,-- USNR ETHEREDGE, James C., Ensign ,,,,,,,,,-,,,-,,.--, -,,,,,,. - HOBBD, Sam E., Lieutenant fjgj ,,,,,,,.,,-,--,,,, --,-,-.-.--.- nhss U S NR. KANE, Owgn H., Enslgn ----------'-------.-----s-----.------.---'.-'- g.3113.,C,i11IfaYm0Hti L-t Lieutenant fig? .----.- s ............ ..... U SNR GARCIA, Fernando o., Chief Photographer-. ,,,,,,.,,,,, ION, Lambert C" Lieutenant ilgl -USNR IGYCE, Paul, Chief Carpenter ,-------,--,----------tssss -s---.--- BLACKLER, Carl E., Lie t t ' ,,,,,,,--,-- . OLDBERG, Philip Ps., Jffligffsnfffi .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,.,,, ' EVANS, Melton, Chief Pay Clerk ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, U ,,,,,,,,,,,, TALNADGE. Stephan, Chief Ship's olene ,...,.,,,,...,... U -...US 0zeeaofZLS.S. 77Za1mZ77ZcZc2z!eqaa74cJwl- ABLES, James fnj ............i..... ACHBERGER, Marvin E ...... ALBINO, JosephiJ ............ ALITO, Emile, Jr ............... ALLEN, Bert Qnj ............ ALONGI, Joseph, Jr ........... AMICO, Anthony fnJ ........,.. ....--....StM2c Bugmstr3c .-....-.ETM3c -..-.....-Cox .---....SM2c ANDERSF,,N, Richard V ....... ..... ..., .,., ANGOLEMMO, Anthony A. ...... - .-WT3c .....-...-.S1c ARMSTRONG, Richard C ........ .,...,..., M M3c ASHFORD, Horace E .......... ....---.-.RM3c .-.---.PhoM3c ....--..--WT3c AUSTIN, Dilton v., Jr .,.... .,,. .,.,,,,,,, o M lc ATKINS, Billy J ................ ATKINS, John T., Ir ........... AYERS, Edward N ...........,., BAKER, James, Jr .................... BAKKE, William A., Jr ....... . BALTHROP, Perry L ............ BAUER, Benjamin F., Jr ....... - BECHTEL, Willis L ............ --.......--S1c ..-.....S2c --.-....S2c .-.-...-.--S1c ....-...---RM3c BECKMAN, Jerome H ....... ............ S 20 BEHUN, Paul R ..... .......... Q - ............. SIC BEYER, Donald E .......... -. ........... RMZC BERMEL, Gerald J ............. .... ............ S 1 C BILDERBACK, Glen E .............. ............... S lc BIRGE, Marc C .................. .......... . .- ........ ETMZC BLANKENSHIP, Charles W BLANKENSHIP, Norwin L .......... BOENITZ, Kenneth D ..... ....... BOND, Donald F ................ BORGES, Frank R., Jr ...... . BRANCH, Frederick O ....... ....-----.-.S1c -----..-....S1c --..-..-MoMM3c ...--...S2c BRANCH, Lloyd L ................. BRENNAN, Robert J ................ BRESTENSKY, Anthony S.- BROOKS, Robert L ...... ............. BROWN, Robert J ..... ............. BROWN, Samuel E., Jr ............. ..--....-.StM2c ..---...MoMM2c BROWN, Theophilus A., Jr ....... ........., S tM2c BRUMITT, Morros E .............. .--....--RdM3c BRYAN, Oscar L ................. ..,....,,,,. S lc BRYANT, Johnnie M., Jr ................. - ......,.., QM2c BRYCE, Richard A ................,..,,,,.,.,..., ,,,, . ..RM3c BUCK, Henry K., Jr ............,...,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,., .,,.,,,,,,,, S 2c BUCKENBERGER, Charles M., Jr ......,. ..,. . ...SM3c BURKE, Richard K ........................,.,.... ...,.,.. S 2c BURKE, William T.C ......................... ...,..,...., S 2c BUSH, Arthur B ........... BUSH, Richard A ........ BUSH, Tommie L ......... BUSS, Norbert W ............ BUTTON, Lewis A ......... BUYN AK, Michael F ........ BUYDOS, George fnj ...,.... BYNUM, Wilbert L ............ CABRERA, Galicano fnj ....,.... CALLAHAN, Edward fnJ ....... CAMERON, James A ,..... ....... ..--....ETM1c -.-.-.....StM2c -....-..-.-.S1c ...-....S2c ..--..--S1c ..--....--..S2c ..........StM2c .-.....--CCk ..--....S2c ...-....S1c CAMPBELL, Harold G ........... CAMPBELL, Hessie QnJ .......... CAMPFIELD, Frank W., Jr ...... -. CANTY, Francis P ................... CHANEY, Richard R .................. CHAPMAN, Wilbert fnj .......... CHRYSTAL, Gordon F .....,..... CHUDACEK, Johnnie n ........ I I CLAY, James E ............................. COLLINS, James E ............... COLMER, Ramon R ............. CONLIN, Thomas W .......... CONNER, James M ......... CORBY, Eugene B ....... CORRY, Lee I .... .......... COTE, Marcel O ............... COUGHLIN, Joseph W. ...... CRISMAN, James ...... CROCHET, Virgil G ........... CROMWELL, Fred A ......,. CROVO, Frank L ................... ...... CULP, Thomas M ..... .......................... . . CUNNINGHAM, Christopher R.. CUSACK, Thomas C ..................,. DABADIE, Charles A .......... DALE, Andrew M ............. DANIEL, Charles V .......... DANIEL, Leland B., Jr ........ DANIELS, Robert H ...... DAVIS, Harold W ......... DAVIS, Manford J ........... DAVIS, Melvin M ........ DAVIS, Shelton C ......... DAY, James T ............... DEAL An us F. r 1 g 1 ,I '-'-------- DEHART, Clarence, Jr.- deLAUBELL, Russell J.. DELL, Robert Qnj ........... DEREWIANKA, Nicholas DICKERSON, James W ...........,... DICKSON Bernard .... , I -------------- DIEHL, Jacob C .............. DIGGLE, John J., Jr ...... DI GREGORIO, Peter J DILLSWORTH, Richard F ...... -. DIXON, Alton fnj .................. DIXON, Milton fnj ............. DOBYNS, Thurman L.. DOLL, Henry W ........ DONADIO, Walter M ......... DORSEY, Dan fnJ, Jr. DOUGLAS, Isham L... DRISCOLL, Thomas A DUFFEY, James E ...... ....... DUFOUR, Eugene L.--. DUNAHOO, Walter L DUNCAN, Lewis I., Jr ...... DZEZIN SKI, Leonard F ........ MoMM2c --.-..StM2c ......-...S2c -.-.--.SK3c .--....--..S2c .-..-.StM2c -..-.-.-.RM3c ......--MM3c -.....StM2c .-..-.-..Y3c .......---S2c --........S1c .....-...-S2c --....StM1c -...---...-S2c ......-...PrtrL3c ...---.EM3c .-------.-S1c ...-..-..-S2c --...-.HA1c MoMM2c --..--....S2c .....----Cox .-..,-.---.S2c .----..-.--S2c ..-.--..SC2c .-.....----S2c ---...-..--RdM3c ---..--.-..S2c --..-.....S2c .--..----RM2c --...------S2c ...-.---...S2c ....ETM3c ..-...-....S1c ....-.-HA1c .--....---S1c .-...-....S2c ..--.--.--S1c ----..--StM1c -.--.-..St2c .-.-....--.S1c --....-...RdM3c .-. ........ S2c ..-...--StM1c -.--....SC3c -....--SF3c ..-...---.S2c ....--.---S2c .-.--.-..B3c ........Cox X EAMES, Robert W .......... EDDY, Clayton W ..---- ------- EDMONDS, Edward L ........ EICHMAN, Curtis G ......... EIGSTI, Robert E .........--..-- ELLISON, Edward ful .... Q-. ELL1soN, Luther fnj .......... ELMORE, Virgil W ........ 1 ..... ELOSHWAY, John fn, ......... ENS, William F .............----- ----- ERKERT, John H .....- -------v---------- ERHARDT, Raymond F., Jr .......... ERLANDSON, Kenneth W .........- ---' ESPINOLA, William F .............-- EVANS, Paul fn, ..............----- --------- EVANS, Peter E ........... EVANS, Richard A ......... EVANS, Thomas A .......... EVENS, Clair D .............. FACTEAU, Gerald F .......... FAGAN, Francis P ........... FAHEY, Mike fnj ......,. FARINA, James V ........... FAUGHT, Robert B. .......,.. . FELDER, Richard fn, ........ FESI, Victor J ................... FINCH, Thomas, Jr ..... - FINK, John C ........ ..... FISHER, Carl M. .......... FLEMING, John P ............... FLOWERS, Eugene F ........ -. FOLTZ, Victor E ............ ...... FORREST, Robert P .......... FUSCO, Anthony fnj ....... GARIBAY, David, Jr ....,.,..... ,,,,, GARLAND, Edwin G ..... SM3c ,,,-.-.F1c ...EMIC .Q ..... S2c S2c RM3c MaM3c ..MM3c ......Cox --.-.--S1c .---SC1c -----..S1c .--.-..S1c .--.-.-S1c .GM3c ---...Cox --MM3c .---.-.S2c .-.-.-.S2c ..---..S1c ------..RdM3c ---.-.--SC3c -...--..--RM3c .--..--S2c --StM2c ..---.-.RdM2c --..-.-S1c ..-...-.RdM3c -.--...F1c ------.SM3c -.--...Slc .-.----S1c ...-....--RM3c .PhM2c .---.--S2c ---..--S2c GERSTENLAUER, Charles D ........ ........... S Zc GETTINGS, Richard M ............ .... ...,.....,,.... S 2 c GIBBONS, Daniel R .................... .,,, Q ,,,., G M2c GILES, Elvie K ...........,.... ,,,,,,, S Ze GIFFORD, Robert L. ....... GILKISON, Charles T ........ --.--..----S1c -...--..-.RM3c GILL, Walter S ............,.,. ,,,,,,, --,-,-,,-,,,-- S 2 C GIRARD, Willis P ......... .,...,,,.,,, , -,EMZC GIST, George W ..... ..........,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,- ..,,.----,- S 2 C GOLDTHWAITE, Chester A ,,,,,,,,,, -,,,-,- C RM GOSSE, Arnold H, ........,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, -,---.- F JC GOURLEY, Harold J .....,..,,., ,,,,,,, --,---,..-- S 1 C GRAHAM, Paul R .......,. ,,,, -----.----- B k rgc GREEN, Charles B., Jr.. GREEN, John G. .......,,,., If" GRIFFIN, John G. .......... . GROBEN, Richard L ............ ---RM3c ..MM2c -..BM2c --.....-RdM3c GRYCZAN, Chester M ,,,,,, ,,,, .------.-- G M lc HAMBLETT, Lawrence A ,.,,,,,,, .---.-....--.-- S IC HAMISTER, Oliver C, ,,,,,,,,,,, --'------- Q M3C HANSEN, Wesley H ..... ..... HARRIS, Thomas E ....... HASLETT, James W. ......... HAWKINS, Danny R.. ..--.--.Ck3c ..---..---StM2c -..RM3c ...-.-..Y1c HEGYI, Joseph S- ------------- ---- - HELGESON, Vernon C ......... HELMS, Henry M ------ ---------- HENLEY, Willie C ........... HESLER, Wilfred R .......... HILLING, Mathias V. .... -. HOLDER, Cuthbert L. ........ - J-JQRA, Edward W ...........------ - HORSEFIELD, Albert M ....... HORVATH, Otto V ------------- HOTTINGER, John W ....... HOVEY, Raymond B ........ HUNLEY, Marvin W .......- ----- HURLBURT, Roy R --------------- HUTCHCRAFT, Reuben Lee HUTTER, Paul I ........- .------------ JACKSON, Charles F ....... JACKSON, ...... JACOBS, Frederick J ........------ JAURIGUI, Antonio fnj ...... JO, Thomas fnj ....................- JOCSON, Jose ffl, ................ JOHNSON, Herman fn, ........ JOHNSON, John C ........ ...... JOHNSON, John H ...... ........ JOHNSON, Joseph fnj ......... JOHNSTON, Van H ........ JORDAN, Louis fnj ......... KA1RDoLF, Harold P. ....... - KALAKIS, George J ......... KAMCZA, George J ...... ....... JKASPER, John P .................... KEDANSKY Harvey .... , fn, -. KETCHUM, Jack E ...... ........... KIECKE, Edgar L ............. KILLOUGH, Billy D. ............ KINGSBURY, Lloyd H ........ KINNEAR, Robert B ........ KIRGAN, Allan W ..... -- KNOWLES, Jack L ........ KOETH, Paul J .............. KRAFT, Richard J. ............ KRIMBEL, Albert J ..,..,,,,,,,,, KUBENA, Randall A ........... LAMB, Milton R. ......,,,.,,,,,,,,,, LANDRIGAN, James ........ LARSON, Richard F .......... -- LE BUS, Philip D, .,,.,,,,,,,,,-., LEDYARD, Paul E., Jr ......... LE JEUNE, Richard J ........ LEPERA, Harry C ,,,, ,,,,,,,---,,, LEVENSON, Irwin H .... ....... LIEDTKE, Orville R ........ LIME, Daniel A ,,.,,,-.,.,. , LINSLEY, Paul E, ,,,,,,,.,--.- LIVESEY, Alfred J., Jr ....... . LOEB, Jerome fnj .,,-,,,-,-.--- LONG, Porter R ......... LUBBES, Vergil R ......... LUNDY, Glen A ..,,,.,,, MAC EACHERN, Francis X ....... ,,,, MAKARA, Albert L ................. MANNA, Otello A. ............ - MARKUSIC, Louis F .......... MARSTON, Robert O ........ MARTIN, Joseph W ......... MARTIN, Paul QnJ ............. MARTINE Arthur C. r , , J --------- -....... MASSELLA, Louis N ....,... -. MAY, Jack L ..... ..................... MC ALEER, Bernard J ............... - MC CLURE, Robert P. ........ MC CUTCHAN, Arthur A ..... .... .... Mo GOWAN, John w ....... ..---...S1c .RdM1c . .... ........ S Ze ...--.-.S1c .. ............ S2c -------.-.SF3c .- ............ S2c -RdM3 c ---.----S2c -.--...-S2c -.....-Y1c ..--..-Cox --......S1c .ETM2c MC KENNA, James F ........... ........ R M2c MC LAIN, Ralph E ............. MCWILLIAMS, Gerald E.. MEYER, Clyde Inj ............. MILLER, James R ................... .... MITCHELL, Eugene N. ...... . MLE NEK Frank V. r ..... J , , I MOORE Alvin.R .............. MORGAN, William C ........ 'I ' MORSE, Richard A .............. .... MULLINS, Robert L ........... MUMPHREY, Felton fnj .... .-...------WT3c .-..EM3c ...QM3c .- ......... Flc --..-CSM ...----Cox ----...-S2c .-......S1c ..-StM1c StM1c MURPHY, Maurice H .,......... ..... I MURRAY, James fnj ........ ........ S 2c MUTZ, Anthony fnjg ........... .......... M M36 NAUMANN, Harold P., Jr .... -. ........ RMZC NELSON, John E .................. ................ S lc NIBLOCK, Gerald H .......... NICHOLS, Louis G .... ..... NICKLESS, Robert A ........ NIXON, Carl A .............. NORTON, Charles T. ........... ....... - NORWOOD, Joseph W ........ ........ OATES, Norman E ......... O'NEIL, Nathan D .......... OSBERG, Herbert N .............. . OSBORNE, Roscoe fnJ ......... .... JOSTROWSKI, James M ...... .---....S1c .-...FC1c .------.F1c -.......Slc PhoM3c ..---.-.S2c ---QM3c ---.-.--S1c ........S2c ........ GM3c PACE, James R .............. ........ ......... B k rlc PAMANIAN, Macario C ......... ....... S tM1c PARTRIDCE, William fnJ ....... St3c PATZER, Keith C. ..................... ........ R M3c PECKA, Edward A ............ ..... ........... G M Zc PELLETIER, Linwood PERKINS, Richard G ........ PETERSON, James N .... ...... PETERSON Ra mond n PHILLIPS, Fred H .....,.,..,.... PIANI, Antonio fnj .......... PIERCE, Harold D. ........ PRICE, Joseph M ......... QUINN, Eugene T ......... QUILLEN, Buster fnj ....... RAMEZ, John W ...,.....,. 1 .......... ........ ..PhM3c -...----S2c ........ RM2c --...-..S2c a Y C J -----.- ---- PFEIFFER, John F ................. .......... M MSC AerM3c ..--..-.....CSt ....--..S2c ...-....S2c ........Slc ....HAlc REALIZA, Basilio L. ........ REED, Hoyt J ................... REEDER, William P ........... REGAN, Raymond F ........... REICHERT, Floyd L ............ RICHARDS, Elwyn J .......... RICHARDS, James E ......... ..-.-.Ck2c ..RdM2c .-.---...StM1c .-RdM3c .--...---S2c .....-..-.S2c ....StM2c ..--...-.-.ETM3c RIDER, Alvin R ...... ......... RIOS, Manuel F ........................... ROACH, James W .................... ...... ...... ROCKINGHAM, Rufus fnj ......... ......... S tM1C ROHRBACHER, Merrill A ........ ROTTKE, Curtis E .................. ROUCHES, John QnJ .......... ROUSE, Leonard M. ........... '. ROYCE, Charles E ........... RUCCI, Francesco J ......... ...WT1c .---RM3c ..RdM3c -.-----....ETMl c --.-.--RdM3c .--....-.-.ETM3c SSMB3c RUFF, Joe QnJ ....................... ....... C St. RUSSELL, Harry B., Jr ...... ..... ........... E T Mlc SAMUELS, James H ....................... .............. S lc SCHASER, George F ............ SCHATTENBURG, Alan J. SCHRAUFNAGEL, Clarenc SEATON, William F ...... ..... SELLERS, Bradley E ...... ....... -...RM3c e A ..... ..... .......... F 1 c SHEFFS, John F ................ ...... SHREEVES, Donald W .......,. SHUGRUE, Edward J ....,......,..... SIDOROWICZ, Stanley J ......... SIGAFOOS, Dale W ...... ........ SILECCHIA, Angelo A ......... SIMON, Joseph H. ................ SIPLIN, Jerry fnfb ....................... SLOBODZIAN, James fnj ......... SMITH, Curtis Qnj ................. SMITH, Frank J ................... SMITH, Jasper T ........... SMITH, Johnnie R ........... SMITH, Lloyd H .......... ............ SOISTMAN, Herbert H ......... SPELL, Frank R .................... SPIEWAK, Benjamin J. ....... SPIN ALLI, Anthony J .............. STARBIRD, James V., Jr ........ STARK, Lewis R .................. STEPHENS, John W ........... STEVENS, Joseph E ............ STEVENS, Morton T .......... STEVES, Harold C ............ STEWART, Robert G ........ STOEBE, Raymond L .......... STONE, Milan O .............. STOTO, Frank S .................. STOVALL, James N., Jr.-Q..- STREET, Joshua J., Jr .............. STRONACH, James W ........... SUDWEEKS, Verl C ..... ..... SUMMERS, John J ........... SWABICK, Andrew J ........ SWAFFORD, Joseph C ........ -. SWEETEN, Frank F ........... SWEITZER, Carlton L ........ ...-...ETM1c ..-..SM3c .--MM2c .-.-......-S2c .-.---.-SK2c -...-...--SM2c --...-.-.--Ck3c .---.--..StM1c ---.RM3c ...---.-.--Ck3c ..-..----StM1c -.--..----S1c -.-..----StM1c ....-...-.S2c -.-.---.--SM2c -..--.----S2c ---.-.....S2c ......---.S2c --....-.-.S2c -.---...SK3c --..----PhM3c -.RdM3c ...---..--S2c --....-...S1c ---.--.-.-S1c ...-......S1c -.--......S2c SSMLSC ..-.---.S2c --.--..-S1c' ........S2c -ETM2c ........S2c TAGNIPES, Ruperto M. ......... TAN, David fn, ................-.-- TAPIA, John H ........... ....--- TAYLOR, Charles V ......... TAYLOR, Earl N .......... TAYLOR Ed ar L ..... .... , S TENCH, Roy J. ........,..... - TERRELL, Charles L ....... ...... THERRIEN, Robert A ......... THOMAS, Robert O ................. THOMPSON, Luke B., jr ...... TIGHE, James A.L ................. TIMKO, john, Jr. .............. . TOHLMAN Michael ,r ' J --------- TONSCHECK, Mike fnj ........ TOUZELL, Edward A., Jr ........ TRIFOSO, Peter ................., TUCKER,'Franc1s P .......... TUCKER, Frederick J ........ TURNER TURNER, TURNER, , Glyde W ........ -. ames L ............ I . William G .,.......... TLJRRUBIATE, Conrado ........ TUTINO, Charles J ................ ULICHN EY, Andrew B ........ ..-.-.-.StMlc ..-....CCk --..-..--S2c .-...-.CPhM ,,,-.-.--S2c -....-.MM1c ...-.....S2c .....-...S2c ....-SM1c ...--.-..S2c --.---.--S2c .---.....S2c -.--CMM ...-.--..S2c --.-.SM3c -.RdM2c ...-.--.Y2c -..--...-S1c ...--....S2c 4 ....--.--S2c .--.RM1c .-.---...S1c ....--..-S2c -...-.---S2c --....-.Y3c URBAN, Albert F ....,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, S SML3C VALENTINE, James E ...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, Y 3C VALVANO, James L ..,..,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, S 1 C VAN BASSELAERE, Leonard J ,,,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,, E TM1C VANDIVER, Ralph E ..,.,,,,,,,, ,,.,,,,,,,, ,,,-,,,,,,,, VAN YSERLOO, Vincent. F ......... VASSALLO, Andrew, Jr ......... VAUTRIN, Norman J ...... .... S2c ---..-..-S1c ....-....S2c -.....--BM2c VELDMAN, Peter C, ,.,..,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, ,-,-,.---,-- E M26 VERDEKAL, James R ,,,,,,,,,-,,,,,-, .-,--- S SML3 C VERDIGLIONE, Vincent N ,,.,,,--,-. ---..------- S lc VINSON, Herman "C" ....,,,,,,,,,,, , VITALE. Matthew L. ....... VOGT, Orin M ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , VOLLMER, Myles L VOSS, Paul D .......... fffffffm' WACKER, Philip G .... ....... WAGNER, Ernest J ......,,,, -.----.--SC1c SSML3c SpfPj Bc -.RdM3c --.--..GM3c .----.--.RdM1c ............S1c WALLDHART, Duane G ..... WALKER, Lloyd L ..-.------------- WALSH, John I ...---- ----------- WARNER,Charles M ...... ,. WARNER, Eugene P ......... WARREN, Bruce W .......... WATSON, james N ....... WEBB, Barley A ...... ......-------- WEEKS, Phillip L ...............--.- WEIDAMOYER, Thomas J..- WEINGARTEN, Charles fn, WEISS, David H .......... .......... WELDON, Ernest R., jr ....... WELKER, William R ......... WELLS, Don C ....... ........ WELLS, William C ......... WESTON, John J ............... 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R M-f' I I .'.4 I M: +1 , I r A L E I , 5 , E I 1 V v 1,3 I I 1 I 1 I w 1 , 1 fi! 5 I 1 fy 1 if M' Qfve, , 3 von- 9 0755 . M 6274 .9 LW H144-Q' 44-ww., v-.A.,, F ,ax lr ,mv :,,,x,?X X ,HJ ii' V A rkzum.. u' ':...-..,. 2,5-:J x 1 1 , Q 1 m5"y?f-,fxf"'ga5'7 Q wvy 11:-1, ,155 ,. H .ggi 1, sw r, If ,N gsziikzikipuizr L.iz.jiS11iv4 '31 fl ,Q , use . 3 sf FOREWORD ln the months that followed the use of the Atomic Bomb over two large Japanese cities, people of all ages and all nations pondered over the reported birth of the Atomic Age. wondered at the extent of the Atom 'Bomb's devastating powers, and questioned the many and contradictory estimates of the Bomb's energy and force. Soon after the defeat of Japan, a meeting was held behind locked doors and a large scale test of Atomic Power against ships and other materials of warfare discussed. From this meeting grew an organization that ulti- mately consisted of forty-two thousand of- ficers and men and more than two hundred ships of all types, known as "Joint Task Force One." It was decided that this task force, under the command of Vice Admiral William l-l. P. Blandy, would conduct actual tests of the Atomic Bomb against ships under three specifiedlconditions: detonation in the air, in shallow water and finally in deep water. A small atoll in the Marshall Islands was chosen as an ideal site for the Tests because it was isolated and because the prevailing winds and weather conditions were favorable. A commission of officers was. flown to visit the small group of people living on Bikini Atoll. The plan was explained and a proposal made that the Navy be permitted to move the people and all their possessions to a larger and more favorably located island of the group, Rongerik, one hundred and fifty miles south of Bikini. The natives agreed to sacrifice their ancestral home for the sake of science and world peace. .After several months, during which the lagoon was made navigable for large ships, the island cleared and recreational facilities established for thousands of men, the target, ships arrived and were joined by cargo ships and transports, which brought personnel to prepare for the Tests. The morning of May Eighth, Nineteen Forty-six, the U.S.S. Mt. McKinley, Flagship of "JTF-I," sailed through the Golden Gate and put to sea bound for Bikini by way of Pearl l'larbor and Kwajalein, a naval base in the Marshall Islands. Aboard were Admiral Blandyrand the majority of his large staff. The "Mighty Mac" dropped anchor in Bikini Lagoon on June Second and at once became the center of activity for .the entire Task Force. Conferences were heldl of such mag- nitude that frequently there were more than fifty small boats lying off the Mt. McKinley's gangways. The force labored one month in preparation for the first Test scheduled for July first. The communication facilities of the Flagship were utilized to the limit of their capacity before and during the Tests. The Mt. McKinley's CIC also played a major part in the operations, controlling all aircraft during' and after the Bursts. I T Secretary of the Navy Forrestal came aboard to witness the first Test, which was observed from a position 'ten miles on the windward side of the atoll, as was the second Test one month later. ' On August Tenth, the Mt. McKinley de- parted Bikini Lagoon for the United States. ln Oakland, California, the staff of Joint Task Force One boarded a train for Wash- ington, D.C., where months of study and evaluation of data followed. This cruise album is a brief pictorialstory of what occurred at Bikini: itlis a partial record of events witnessed by thousands of men in those history making moments that marked, a new age. . i 'N CREDITS PHOTOGRAPHY -Joint Task Force One Staff Photographers COMPILATION S. L. Katten, Ens., USNR S. Talnadge, Cl'iSClk, USN X 9 . 6.5, K er .,.. I . - . . , , .,. , . , . I1 Captain Wayne N. Gamet Commanding Officer Relinquished command August Ninth I946 ..,',,,r . , ff- L , , Il' ' Captain Frederick L. Riddle Commanding Officer Commander Charles C. Herscy Executive Officer Relieved. August Tlwirtieth, I946 Commander Albert L. Gebelin ' Executive Officer The Crew stands at quarters entering Pearl Harbor, enroute to Bikini Dispatches and ice cream go across to the U.S.S. Cecil IDD 835l enroute from Pearl Harbor to Kwajalein Navy Staff Cameraman catches interesting shots of transfer ai sea l l, nm... l,. , N Top: First landing of taslc force repre- sentatives on Bilcini. Bottom: one of several meetings with followed Natives that An average Bilrini family. lsland's population was less than one hundred and titty ,f I ff ,jw,., r V Native mother and child in their home on Bilcini s I Aboard the LST II8, the Natives entertain the LST Crew LST out to sea on the one hundred and fifty mile cruise to Rongerilc Atoll, the Natives' new home The Natives of Bilcini embarlc 'For the trip to their new home after consenting e to give up their island 1 Happy hour in Bikini Lagoon. The two men in the ring don't look happy Joint Task Force One band gives recital on after superstructure deck Applause demonstrates the men's appreciation as the ship's Chaplain presides over happy hour Lower left: The 'Champ was seven 'feet long and weighed one hundred ninety-four poundsjand this is no fish story. Lower right: All sizes and shapes, fish took almost anything for bait There wasn't much todo after working hours, but the fish were running and the crew took advantage of the fact Caught from the fantail, this 'fellow weighed in at twenty-one and a halt pounds l Baseball on one of many Bikini fields provided excellent inter-ship competition Officers played enlisted men. Who won? Everyone seems to have reaped the reward Lower left: A beautiful double. Captain Samet enjoyed every mo- ment of it. Lower right: Staff versus Ship's Officers. The beginning of a home run, or strike three , -Q ' ' i, .9 , . , . , .. M , , ,. ,r.-,..,. e..f.....fa.i....i .M.-f.g,.aagf.:T-Earl-J:-.f,?25i2,1Q:A r,s'f4ClL5:'P:g:c:ep:.z.x.,:x-a,1a.:,: v.1-4:11253-Iifiwiwi-L..Q'2J:.g..:1, L- gfwayf 1hf4..'.g:4.:.::iz,gfqV 12 ig 44 :.,e,-91:4 Z,v.I.1' Battleship Nagato is readied for Bikini tests in Tokyo bay. "No Visitors" sign tells the story Not only ships of all types but many kinds of equipment were exposed to the Atomic Bomb. Herela gasoline dump is prepared Damage to Nagato by carrier planes is 'shown by wrecked control tower in main superstructure. Nagato was made sea- worthy for trip to Bikini The Japanese,l.igt1t Cruiser Sakawa was placed close to the center of the target array for the Able Test 1 Admiral Blandy returns to the ship with B Prize catch The Admiral was an ardent fisherman Mr. Forrestal and Admiral Blandy discuss important points of the Able Day Test which the Secretary witnessed Cizfrirmrlnderl .lointifislgd-tdrde' One 'poses forlw portraitffwhiletatv Bikini Sefiirfetarifafof the Nbvy7?'fForrcstal is! IQ eeivedfmbcerkl thi Wit. McKinley J 1- vow i1'k 17.'f'1 lxrzr' -. 1. .,-. ,,. i - g,,-- ,lv .Y., . i it? ,I fiyhm , . -,wc f rr-,rugs ' its? llcat drone dfdhe is controlled er plane to ljrpar in practice ions Secondwgiliane in rear is sta Q 5 Q i rw :gif tl El .,r ct .sv V. --rs r di . EF. - if. -- rg ii 2 V. r 'Fi ,E V' avg . ti 1 12,4 'ities , If -xr .I X li , , 1 r J. ts automatic smoke making on drone boat. one ot several euvered through the target ray after both Tests O mi 'fl F. bras lzsfzsvxcll Alvl 1 t , s. o aimoq tmsircqmf 1 .' ' 1 w r, .1 sc srl: novrlw faint' ':'f " " . ' vi-nv X? f ifgqgifg flnaggfmvg-arg-V me fitiafiijiggggiqttgzguig gift , h . iia.s:+:sz:..V 1 on - . i 5:'+N'1w-w- A-1. N .Q N- r':-532, if "dt V 'Rim 'ff f. if . + v ,,. 3. f-Jr: w 1 - Q-mn. A , -fii'EfE2g2k'3'.g,,.31rwt??wf .-f. it ghgggggg-fpfgf4.vEy:i:.fxI.i ta . ,yy his rg-gggggg 37-grey,-gg. 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'1-we gi f re: tiiilihs-1 : Y' rw'- fx' 'L r Crewiieot-target ship prepare to leave in ample time before the first Bomb blast .1 ,.. ..'. 4 .. ,M .,,l Enlisted m'en's" recreotion i5poce'iiS' de- sertehd I A before 1 A+:-4 ff., .,.1- -1-, L-wg ,1-:puff ' -A-if,.fx--u,::r:,-.-gift, Tang - - .,-3,-lf,-,,. ,- -q--- .V -f f,-vp-vfnf-f I ll, y f . 'K 'hz 'T .44--v.:..:,.::..z:.-.,-quf -,,N....,.n. M, , , ,,, M . . , ....,. ,', Photographed from a ll a n g l e s. the Atomic Cloud rises thousands of feet in a few seconds A rernarlcable photo showing fast rising Atomic Cloud. Note smoke rising from burning ships only a tew seconds after explosion 7,.,l....l-i1 The eyes of a 'Few of the men who planned Operation Crossroads watch the Atomic Cloud Looking like a giant cauliflower head suspended to .an ever stretching neclc,' Tl1e'Cl0Ud1' 'l:Ul.lY dCVCl0PCdr SOON bas the Cloud- is caught with 6 yes! of pink: san 5eP5f5ll'n8 into upper mushroom and ish vapor at its top A lower stem-like structure Hundreds of still and motion pic- ture cameras were trained on the Bomb Burst. Large aircraft camere. is trained on Burst Several motion picture cameras manned Arwfher view of the Cloud shows by Navy and Newsreel photographers clearly the different colors and hues in wgre leveled from the decks of fhg its composition as interpreted by the Mt. McKinley black and white camera Approximately ten minutes after detona tion as the Cloud appeared to ob servers aboard the Mt. McKinley A panoramic view of the atoll and the Atomic Cloud' hovering above the Lagoon, taken from above thirty thousand feet Salvage fleet ship wets down a target ship as soon as it is safe to approach without danger q The U.S.S. Independence as she appeared after the Able Day Bomb had torn and burned her almost beyond recognition of i her former self ' ' ,,.' ' ' ,V W, KZ f -A ,,'. 1- . ' .. Close-up ot U.S.S. Skate's conning tower shows devastating effect of Atomic Bomb. Sign warns personnel away from radioactive submarine Though first thought wrecked beyond repair, U.S.S. Skate proceeds under her own power many weeks after Able Test A group ot Task Force officials and newspaper men tour the target array V after the Burst xfxdmiral Blandy explains meaning of vari- ous phases of Tests and answers ques- tions of crew members aboard target ship To prove that the Island was undamaged, five flagship officers pose in front of healthy palms The Island untouched, the ball games resumed and the leagues were continued between the Able and Baker Tests .. .-,..e.,. - ..KW f...,m.f - - fe.-.vas 1-feag. if 'Q'31142471-r.2::5'szaf-rf-,asc- --1-4:' -1612-:Q -sm.-V. f . .,..M,,-,,,, sie--. ,,ff.,f,, . ,X K ..,,. ., 1 . ., "Satel" "Out!" "Sofe!" "Outl" Baseball, basketball. but no swimming, returned to the Island . HalfCUt5 Werestill as few and far-be- tween"f0ll0Wln8 Able Day. There were nearly a thousand men on the Flagship To the disappointment ot all, the dentist's drill was still in operation after Able Day entirely ,free of radiation Chiefs relax in their mess hall after working hours before taking their Qofg on declc to sleep. Large number of personnel did sleeping topside ' lsmwr 1, iff ,,f""",,-,fir Officers on flagbridge stand at attention while passing honors are rendered to 1 the Flagship T? Admiral Blandy reads citation presented to a member of the staff shortly before Balcer Day -. Balmer Day Burst as it appeared to camera in drone plane above. Round envelope believed to be stem Second in series talcen directly over burst shows heavy atomic smolce emerging through outer envelope alia' Later photo shows outer envelope dis- sipated leaving characteristic Atomic mushroom. Cloud is still expanding. The upper part of 'che cloud loillowed out to form a huge mushroom of heavy, multicolored smoke C- "1.liig.Eif 'f'-Tw -P' 'gg:cfea:3a5,sa.:.iag.a.z:g.-Q.zg.1:.-e:s.:,:v5e:.3-april' T "' imzcn -gL,c.f4, 1.1,-alexis .. - Upper left: From oblique angle, note, peculiar form envelope tool: as Bursr expanded. White ring is shoclc wave ir. ' water Upper right: An unusual picture of rising rf Atomic Cloud of steam ancl smolre. Note wave splashing over target vessels Lower leftzl Envelope lifts and spreads out losing shape as heavy vapor and water billow upward Lower right: Ring of steam rises revealing huge column of water still rising hundredS of feet in the air I 1 M' K A A ME I-.4 A A A close-up of the water spout as it M i widens at 'cop prior to cascading upon i - target ships. Dark spot is believed to be mud from bottgm Down come thousands of 'cons of waiter blown more than a thousand feet in the air X The mushroom rapidly disintegrated and the steam cloud spread out enveloping the target array 'For fifteen minutes Steam arises as wafer falls back, causing cloud that at first glance appears to be a wall of water - i Mighty aircraft carrier. which stood through Able Test, succumbed to the a Baker Bomb and slowly sank while sal- I vage ships stood oft unable to approach APPf0X'mafClY SCVCU and One hall lW0UfS because of intense radio activity GHC' the Blast the U-S-S- SGYMOBG settled beneath the radio active waters of Bikini Lagoon HI e ,, ,,.-. r, ,,., ,. sraa bsmssiv n:fri'C"r' ies? iliifnfl o ' ifrsiosqzmi bnsr bs-brood 25-fr gaiiib 3'-G35 Oeiwvf Member of underwater photography unit prepares to decend on a mission. 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