Muliphen (AKA 61) - Naval Cruise Book

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The MULIPHEN has been shining since I944, The year she was commissioned, and has been visible, aT one Time or anoTher, in nearly all The major oceans oT The wo'rId. She was builT aT Kearney, d ' TTh HANDROMEDAH class, fashionable during The I943 To I945 New Jersey, an is o e war years. The ship is oT a one-sTack, Tlush deck design, displaces abouT I4,000 Tons when loaded, and is 460 TeeT long wiTh a 6I-TooT beam. Her mosT disTinguishing characTerisTics are The TwenTy-Tour landing craTT carried on her haTches. Cargo carried on board has en- compassed vehicles, weapons, raTions, and The Thousand and one oTher iTems needed To keep a modern army TuncTioning smooThly when hundreds oT miles Trom The nearesT basesoT supply. The ship's crew is experT in unloading, wheTher in calm or rough seas, unde'r peaceTul condiTions or while The roar oT baTTle goes on abouT Them. Near The end oT I944 The new ship was given iTs TirsT Training in amphibious warfare and Then ordered To The PaciTic To parTicipaTe in General MacArThur's "island hopping" campaigns, In February oT The Tollowing year The MULIPHEN joined The Torce which was To assaulT The Japanese sTronghold aT Iwo Jima, For Twelve days, under Kamikaze aTTack and The Tire oT enemy shore baTTe'ries, The ship unloaded I,4I3 Tons oT equipmenT, much oT iT ammuniTion and highly i'nTIammable aviaTion gasoline. Hardly pausing Tor breaTh, The MULIPHEN goT underway Tor Siapan and combaT- loaded I52 men oT The Second Marine Division and 3,800 Tons oT Their equipmenT, She became a parT oT Task Force SI, aiding in The oiperaTion ThaT has been Termed The "apex oT amphibious landings." ATTer The Tlare and Tire oT Okinawa, The "6 I " Tell inTo The quieT rouTine oT TransporTing cargo Trom one island To anoTher, awaiTing her nexT assaulT. BuT "VJ Day" came TirsT and The MULIPHEN was no longer concerned wiTh "D-days" and "H-hours"g insTead she remained in The PaciT'ic as a cargo carrier, TrequenTIy running supplies inTo Japan Tor The 0CcupaTion Torces. She nexT served in The same capaciTy wiTh The MiliTary Sea Transpor- TaTion Service. T In N59 T Changing World and an expanding Navy had need Tor The MULIPI-TEN, by now 6 9011 GCT veT. in The Amphibs" once again. ShiTTed To The ATIanTic FIeeT, The ship has Taken parT in several major amphibious operaTions and made a cruise To The Medi- Terranean To replenish our Torces There, In SepTember oT I953 The MULIPI-TEN, wiTh Troops and cargo of The FirsT BaTTaliOh. Second Marines embarked leTT The Uni+ed 5+ . ' T T I ' d T 'Th Th U. S. SixTh FleeT in The MediTerranean area. a es or a regu ar jour of U Y wi e KC if ff lx GQ I-""" N - T 'JJLJLJCS 5 j-Jef? ,jj J 7 Uci ,497 1-any 1-l..l I I I ..., .....::ne'r-sz-.L....a2 ' 'K if' :A- . Y CAPTAIN RAYMOND PAUL HUNTER, USN THE SKIPPER Born in Sherman, Texas . . . 45 years ago . . . educafed in public schools 'fhere . . . leff U. of Texas affer freshmen year fo alfend Naval Academy . , . played foolball and rowed wifh Navy crew . . . received commission in June, l93l . . married and fafher of fhree daughfers. Baffleship Maryland firsf du+y s+a+ion . . . nexf, deslroyers, cruiser Quincy and Naval Academy . . . served in Europe and fhe Pacific aboard 'rhe Washingfon a+ oufbreak of World War ll . . . earned Bronze S+ar wi+h "V" as conning oFficer a+ BaH'le of Savo Island . . . awarded Commendafion wifh "V" on Wichila in '43 . . . on s+aH dufy in Pacific on "V-J Day." Complefed fours of duly a+ BuOrd and wifh SecNav . . . capfained desfroyer McKenzie in I948 . . . wifh Join+ Chiefs of S+alT nexi year . . . promored fo Capfain in I95O . . . assumed command of MULIPHEN in June, I9S3. IQ! EXECUTIVE OFFICER H. L. Wrighi, Cdr., USNR 1' .Wy I f ' i ' x x OPERATIONS OFFICER L. E. McGregor, Lcdr., USNR 'sqfvi ,.'1E----"-N I 1 ENGINEER GFFICER SUPPLY OFFICER w. M.wha+eafa, L+., USN M. w. Harvey, LLISCI, USN BOAT GR. con. MEDICAL OFFICER NAVIGATOR FIRST UEUTENANJSNR C. T. Cammack, I.I.IIgI,USNR J. A.. Reed, L+.IigI,MC, USNR J, I.. SuIIIvan, L+. USN C. W. Wrighf, L+.lIgI li if N-sa-" Nvvu' . K 1 F0 Tw Ok -5 ' 2 2 .J R. R. SCHMITZ H. R. KROPP H. J, ERTHEIN R, M, EWING Assisfdnf Ensineefinq Mfivdnf Engineering Communications Officer Disbursinq Officer Officer Officer pg 7 ' ' t R. M. BROWN W. J. SCHUCH Second Division Officer Gunnery Officer ,Qs IV' R. F. GOLDHAMMER H. D. GREER 'r?'B1 QQ I W. J. CORNISH H. J. BALUTA H. S. BYRNE J. P. CORCORAN Ship's Secrefary Elecfronics Officer CIC Officer Signal Officer F. X. ESSEX J. E. SULLIVAN B. C. MARTIN R, F, HARNEY Radio Officer Firif Division Officer "LE" Division Officer "A" Division Officer "LD" Division Officer Assigfanf Engineering E .1 BARINGER w c Aools R o sPRAYaeRRY R A VALENHNE w B PATTON Asslsfanf Fursf LleufenanfCombaf Cargo Officer Ship s Sfore Officer R D Of icer M Division Officer Officer wr - . - 4- x X 'A -P A 5.-' 'P ' . N ' 1 'T' ' x ,f r 'A CHHT V '1 f 3 X ' x D. A. BELSON BMC PETTY OFFICERS KVA C. P. CARPENTER G- HATFIELD W. 6. EICETMAN MMC GMC F . gf' 'I' E. K. LOWE L. HERRIFORD J. B. HERRIN BTC MMC FPC - w 1 rv. .1 W. C. NICHOLS T. C. PARKER R. C. MARSKE sxc mc soc H. V. RATLIFF R. J. SANDEMAN J. J. SKURA D. L. SJSFLHENS OMC CSC RMC 4 . M-rp 4 l i l UPERATIUNS The "Brain, Hearf, and Soul" of fhe MULIPHEN is fhe prodigious fask allofed fo LCDR L. E. McGregor and fhe Operafions Deparfmenf. The sfory begins fhe day fhe various Op Orders came aboard in lafe Augusf and doesn'+ end unfil we finally drop lhe hook in Norfolk 6 February I954, During fhe period fully fen different Op Orders are processed and fhe huge amounf of prepara- fion required is done efficienfly and effecfively. While radio circuifs are 'resfed and +ransmiffers and receivers sef up, ET's are checking and re- checking fhe sfafus of our "Gadgef." Pubs go ouf fo all deparfmenfs and once more fhe crypfo of- ficer feels fhe genfle shaking af 0300. Flag bags play fheir parf wifh fhe "Wha+ fhe Hell" in ready reserve jusf in case we lack fhe dope. Don'+ dis- counf fhose flashing Iighfs or semaphore flags, fhey're iusf a liffle more fhan OM foys. Say fellas, how abouf sl1ip's office wifh fheir chifs and forms fo be filled ouf? Oh well, iusr anofher day wifh fhe Operafions Deparfrnenf, uv-gyr -5, - E '- qi k LCDR MCGREGOR 1 A im '1 a igi . ,. T ,M , nu... ,fs W fl , - 90. We . if . i i .f I msg, v qv- , , , -aff ...if , 'l 'IQ- ,.,-l. . .c er fy E44- - - . - ' RM3' Pah H E. RM3' T ROW: Sk , J. J., RMC: D cl gs, R. A., RM2, Applegafe, B. E., RM3. C0lV55ln5. Z- R-- v . I - I lfiziiras, A., RM3lfmSECOND Rowfifarulf, T. H., RMSN: Helmacv. R. J.. RMSN: Malloy. C-. RMSNI MCN'e"' D-T RMSNI , Hiller J, PM RMSNQ Schmiffel, W, V., RMSN. THIRD ROW: Lamie, B. O., SN: Tschop, K. L., QM3g Alexander, J. R., Jr., ' I QMBQ Carlfon, D. H., QM3g Kingsfon, C. V., QM3I WilSOr1.C-J-. QM3- " Liberfy and Recreafionu Tennis, R. W., QM3g Parson, V, D., QMSNQ Scoff, C. D., SN, Aflins, W. E., SN. RVN There are many differences befween fhe navy of foday and fhaf of Nelson's fime, and one of fhe mosf imporfanf is in fhe field of communicafions. Now, fhough fhousands of miles af sea, a ship may receive orders or informafion quickly and easily by means of radio. Nelson would probably have given his ofher arm for fhis modern day de- vice and fhe men who so nonchalanfly use if ...- ,A vs T 1 X' Q Jn- AR, ri 1 Dyer, Fowler. SECOND ROW:McCormIck,Findorff,Wal5l1 Pefrelli, Kesseler, Fenfon. THIRD ROW: Cooper, Tyne Washburn, Emmeri, Herringfon, Glinane, Via. BOTTOM- Tevik, Eddenfield, Schroeder, Bryan. .. . Yef, despife flue elecfronic marvel of radio we sfill Hnd The signalman in 'the navy using flag: hoisf, semaphore or flashing lighf fo send mes- sages. The load of fraffic necessary +o malce fo- day's complex organizafion funciion demands +hal' fhese reliable mefhods sfill be used fo a large ex- fenf, And so we find fha? feclaniques used in Nel- son's fime are sfill serving a useful purpose. LPV ss, - 'A f 4 1:5 Y FIRST ROW: Longworih, Louglwlin, Smifln, Dorans, Oakley, BUAT GRUUP - LE 'E 'Zn ,f fi. ,.., 3.4, 1 -x, .,, S f . r X ru V: .T cf A 'Q - a Kai 'L 1A-A ' QA MXLM x K H gr' ,av 9"" LT.ligl CAMMACK ENS. ESSEX FSRST ROW: Makosky, Brown, Bundschuh Dallman. SECOND ROW: Sunblade Moore, Hines, Berg, Clapper, Good- pasfer, Korfness. THIRD ROW: Hoefzer, Earles, Bradford, Orman, Behring, Ellioff, Freer. 1 ,: --. - -.---I-.fi f- ,V-.. "".'1s--J'--V-a- ' ' 1 A '---' -"UT A.. g.,- -,.-- .,,, -g..,I --xv' 5 WA -....'2'lf'T",g,, . 27' ENS. MARTIN LD .. ff' .L ..- ff' AA., 'fi ? FIRST ROW: NicI'1oIs, Jensen, WoodfIn. SECOND ROW: Day, McCann,SmIfI1, Lyons, Coyle, Cimino, Barber, THIRD ROW: Akins, FuIIwood, Kocher, Lamberf, Clayfon, Golden. FOURTH ROW: Fischer, WI1iIakervXIrInacI'1s,CoIe, Lavoie, Swatek. Xiff g-fIV-' ,gf R35 4 R I-1 A f -gg :fr JM. Q 1-if wa V M-. f 'Z ,. V- , W in ' ' " "' "Q F , ' . V E. :A X 'A '45-li' Sf: . . g! . 1 . J '. f E' K V. -f-qu.. I - . 'fa If! I L, 2 - I ' f"' .ff 3,5125 Qi E, ' 'I , , I' , S-R 'I I QW.: 'II f., 0- uk uri? f.X S f ' 'iff-Y 3-ikbf, yi ,f.,w,A. M x , ..-'. , ,....-- SVI p-v""'4 'V K FP' P1 in '-. -11 sv- 5-lllnnn-1 ig Y. I "Sea De+aiI" NAVIGATION Ralliff, QMCg Corba-+l', QMSN. Shay, OMSN. Johnson, SN: Alli, QMSNg Spear. SN: Slack. OM2- U ..f LT. Iigl J. L. SULLIVAN The duly of The Navigafion Deparlmenl, of course, was Io fell us where we were and how lo gel 'Io where we were going. In the unfamiliar wafers of fhe Medilerranean, wifhoul fhe elec- Ironic "eyes" of Loran, if was an exac+ing job- a'I limes lighls were no? where Ihe charls showed 'they should be and, al' olher limes, lighls appeared where none should have been-silualions calcu- Ialed Io give navigalors gray hair. Bul, despife 'Ihe clifficulfies, Ihe Navigalor always lrnew where we were and, more impor+an'r, always go? us safely in+o por+ in lime for liberly. rv -zr' LT, WHITEARD, USN ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT FIRST ROW: Schmih, R. R., LTJG: Sullivan, J. E., ENS.: Kropp, H. R., LTJG: Valenfine, R. G., CHCARP: Can+reII, W. P., CHELEC. SECOND ROW: Pa1'+on, W., MACH.: Herriford, MMC: Carpenfer, MMC: Lowe, BTC: Herrin, FPC: Esfaque, EMI. THIRD ROW: Teele, ENI: Eagle, BTI: ParreI+, MMI: Hay, FP: Henderson, DCI: Smi+I1, EN2. x fi 'VF G44 2 FIRST ROW: Edman, C. D., EN3g B A , , 5 c man MMS- Jolmsfon, BT2. SECOND ROW: Donaqlwy, BT2g Shanks, BT2g Michalski, BT2: Triacheff, BT3: Faber B1-3. Easfmqn, BT3. THIRD ROW: Perry, BT3g Alherfon, FNQ Logofhefis, FN: Cagney, FN: Berger, lC2 Febley Em. FOURTH ROW: Leech, sm, Ross, em, Parad's ,eMz- J V- - - a e , ar ns, ICB, Heyer, EMS, Safes EM3. FIFTH ROW: Maxwell, Elvlfig Koch, EM3g Hoclley, EM3' Hallowell EM3- Purdy EM3' Rush EMFN. SIXTH ROW: Giardino, MMI, Bronosiy, MMZQ Leindecller, MM37 Manley, MMBS Gibel, MR3 ennefl, C. D.. ENB, Alhanisiou Fn' Goefschius MM3 Be K B, rv- ' fs "N Ai F W r ff V lf Ass-ff X Nw? QMJ Pvc '9 C , Q, ' '21, t E -.. 5- A I 'gy f 'Ivy 2' ft , 1 X ,M ,,,, , M 4 I sig A. .54 f - C f 1 , 1 , ,: 1, Q .'7-"',f gg- ' 1 ' L ,, ff ,,., E f X C"'v', Viv ' sl- if ' Q!-'1' fx-'Aff N 4 V 1 i bb Gv-- rf-, . ' ,fin EYE' ' ,5 7, , ,, W , ,F , ,Ag 1,.,,., ,, N. I H 1 fu-v FIRST ROW: Vasold, MM3: McDonald MM3: Ferneau, MM3: Rand, MM3: Meyer MM3: Collins, MM3: McAHis+er, MM3 SECOND ROW: Edenfield, YN3: Nicasfro FN: Doucef, FN: Trejchel, A. V., FN Homan, FN: Bower, FN: Hanirins, FN THIRD ROW: Quigley, FN: McClellan DC2: Dunlap, DC3: Wesf, DC3: Parsons DC3: Erbe, DC3: Skramovslry, ME3. Mossharf, ME3: Lucas, FP3: Mefzger, FN: Housion. FN: Treichel, FN. 0-. . Q 1 , ff5fX 'rr' I J' :Y I' IE V sa f up 2 L' R GENOA, ITALY I2-I8-53 +0 I2-29-53 ' LEGHOR ' GOLFE JUAN- FRANCE II-2I-53+I,XIIII- I I I2-28-53 'Io I-4-54 1- PORTO SCU DO, SARDINIA NAPLES, ITALY II-I8-53 Q MALAGA, SPAIN I-7-54 Io I-I7-54 ALGIERS. ALGERIA ' 9-22-53 'ro 9-28-53 f I5 ARZEU, NQRTI-I AFRICA I2-I5-54 ORAN, ALGERIA I- I 9-54 Io I -24-54 I2-3-53 +o I2-I0-53: I I I t A ? a i 3 2 3 1 5 5, 3 9 -wa E KAVALLA, GREECE 1 I0-3-5310 I0-7-53 WARANTO. 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',n.- ' X "",. 4 - w--Q -It ' X T! mv tregfv of .H ...M- A ' -A Q, " 1 ' f .1 ri ve, ,Q W" ' Vesuvius looms over Pompeii Q L ! I s 4 ' . .- 29,3 gfv- .1 1, B V? "Twas on fhe Isle of Capru . . I A 9 'I 1 Q fl Hnnhy THE ELUR Y THAT UNBE WAS '4f""'-5 ,f ,M .WW ....,,. erger in H18 Mounfains f N , c I. 5 arryiz -..Q4',, N N4vJ'8x'J4iX ' ". mira . y ., 'Q' ' u X ,X ' X s'v."Y'ri'?5QZx A .- in J .4fx1xv'J-,hid Y .Q w ,,.4-. , . , , . I .4 ' 'Q "- , .n.y' 7- ,lqvlfx K I Y I 1 n'rA ',,ft J 1 . CHRISTMAS IN GENUA Y' . .Q 1 ..,.s. n 0 - 'Q . 1: r J' L4 Y lp., ' , -. ,., . " A -- ci ,1-T,- Q , 5 I 'P 1 4 3 1 ! 5 . if X fi-Q 1?-f-. , K, x i Q :"'5 'f'-Ffv f'-gg, , -t -Y s -' , 4' N" 'f:P":.2 I Spellbound by Sanfa I A I ff' g . Sesfriere from fhe Cable Car 1 I Us i 4 f Al ,e ., 30. -- ' ',4.----1--if .- A -!FC""' -Q-:.-- i ' 3 ' ' ! " s .L 1. . , . V , n f .EN Q 5. Monfe Carlo Nofre Dame GULFE JUAN PARIS ?-8'-.ug 5 K'-EJ"-"gk - 1 2 1 R 1 Y s 5 5 1 1 A r Y 1 4.4 al QE: E, --+ ' l I , i ff Y. ' Q '- Q ,Y ,Y Q-- --, ' W.. .,, T Q. V , ' f ' "hw F - . ffffi L.: iff D, . Tl:'i'.! mf 225 . ,Y -. 5 I .-N3 . 5' A arg -H' "'h'. ji' .AND HUME AGAHI U4 TU Sfeaming as before . . . 0630 ser special sea and anchor defails . . . 0730 maneuvering af various courses and speeds fo make berflm . . : Q7?5 moored porfside fo Pier 3, Unifed Sfales Naval Base, Norfolk, Vll'Qlnl3u secured special sea defails . . . commenced liberfy . . . ED fgnit? We -l Q55 .9 Ng-A THQ . QU iii il 5 p ic Qwlllllim C l i , M YN 0 During our sfay in 'l'he Medilerranean +he Sup- ply Deparfmenf had many varied dulies aside from ifs assigned mission. The manner in which fresh provisions and Ship's Sfore ariicles were purchased was qui're significant With +he able assislance of ou'r inierprelers we were able 'io handle +he mul- +i+ude of foreign salesmen who showed us every- fhing from cheese 'lo musical cigareH'e boxes. All souvenir huniers were al lhe mercy of lhe Supply Deparlmeni as 'l'o lhe delivery and sale of +he more expensive ilems. Such foreign merchandise as gloves, loys, 400 day clocks, cameras and many ofher ifems of value were purchased for sale +hrough lhe Ship's Srore. The Supply Deparimenr was also DelIgh+ed 'ro have +he responsibility of exchanging lhe "Yankee Dollar for llalian Lira, French Francs, Greek Drachmas, Spanish Pesafas, Algerian Francs, and Turkish Lira. One lhing +he Supply Depar'I'men+ Topped all olher ships of +he division in was lhe ob+aining of ligh'l's which were used for +he Ship's splendid Chrislmas decoraiions. I+ look many man hours and a lol of requisilions, plus a g'rea+ deal of diplomacy +o ob+ain all 'lhe "ligh+s" and "ra+ +ails" necessary for 'rhe decoralions. XZ' 1-P- lt 9 li f The 'trip itself provided experiences which will be remembered by +he personnel of lhis deparl- men+ for many years +o come. The pleasures avail- able more fhan compensaled for +he 'tremendous amounr of work involved during our five-monih cruise. t"'9ifX shammi 'fk FIRST ROW: Sandeman, CSC: McGowan, DKI: Eubanls, SKI: Bernasconi CSI: Borowicz, SK2g Lawson, SK2. SECOND ROW: Perrocco, SH2 Crifelli, SK3: Flanagan, SK2g Brogden, SH3g Riffer, DK3: Nye, SH2 THIRD ROW: Wiener, SK3g Lee, SK3g Wingef, SKSN: Herman, SN Young, SKSNg Calvarou, SHSN. Henderson, SHSN: Barr, SHSNg Souc?er,,Loeb, DKSN: Viccorl, SKSN: Soucior. mm ILL V I 'r 'V PIN Q17 Dollhausen, C521 Jones, C521 Bofhne, C521 Sherrill, C523 Sformer, C533 Barkley, CSSN4 udv-,,,..- .eff ag, - in or L, ..--" fQ......., ii FIRST ROW- Chnrk CSSN3 Bridqen, CSSN1 Davis. SDI: Cur- ,,n+, sm- L,+amf', sos: H.,mn+0n, soz. sacowo ROW: TN S9 R TN S end' TNg Feder, TN:'WiIliams, TN. Fair!ey, 1 o es, 2 p I 4 '. L' R . l gff' X Tiiifi X , QT' ,V n E c K FIRST ROW: Pa++isalI, Dayion, Mangus, Holroyd, Miles, Loclrharf. SECOND ROW: Carman, Bonner, Ward, W. T., Gross, Coar, Cosfanzo. THIRD ROW: Sfeadings, Humphries, Weeks, Molohon, Hund, Brymer. J 5 1 ,Trp ff 1- O ' f fggffgi ,4 -A, " 6 5 V .Y,- V1 - f, E I A 1 .-4-I "5- 'Nz -ng -sl T, 'W J gf ix X 1 Q, ,,, 1 DEPT The basic mission of 'I'he Deck Deparlmenf on a ship of fhis fype is The upkeeo and preservarion of fopside spaces, rhe ship's sides and all rigging. Besides fhis, The deck force off-loads 'rhe landing crafl' and is in charge of cargo handling. Since fhe landing of Marine cargo on a beach is ihe primary mission of +he ship, if is easy +o see ihar fhe 'liunciions performed by fhe Boafswains Males and Seamen in fhe Deck force are closely allied io 'rhe ship's basic mission. ln shorr, fhe Bos'n Mares are as always +he "Backbone of 'the Fleet" The work done by 'fhese men under 'rhe direciion of fhe Firsr Lieu+enan+, Division Officers, rhe Ship's Bos'n lfhe salfiesi bille+ in ihis man's navyi, and Perry Officers requires a greal' deal of technical knowledge and compe- fence. Today's Boafswains Mare musi know more fhan Marlinspike Seamanship, especially on an AKA. His knowledge exfends fo amphibious warfare, cargo handling, rigging, boafs, gunnery, damage confrol and a hos? of ofher fields. All fhis was am ly demonsfrafed during our 'recen+ cruise fo The Mediferranean. The Deck force was called upon to perform all fhe above menlioned dufies, plus some, and 'Their fireless effort in doing the iob paid of? in a smarl' looking ship, fha? has acquired a repufafion of being able fo do +he job and do il' well. d F d y B pp Brinfon, Pafierson Reading, Sfewar , ri a I u . .1A7.,i,,, H ,,,, ,mr ,pq A V '5 1'-I ar? vi l EQ, o ",.!i4 nv . FA rg? fr 3' t i 5 E L I x A E 2 5 . fx 1 I ,ya .f Lx, ' 1 a 2 Dad I Pull fhe Wrong End Le-o7 T'-ag, X flak. '75 494 ,A FIRST ROW: ShuHIeswor'rh, Reeder, Sfevens Liberfino, Skibo, Melloff. SECOND ROW: Bannach McDunn, Hardy, Shafzer, Evans, Kozek. FIRST ROW Sfewarf Johnson Nowak Molufor Skpfflngfon Torino SECOND ROW Molenda Robeff' FOCH W V Fochf E B Gnllvs Rakes 1 ax xy .nf AW V H Y, . . ' M -11 T5 me ifm fo A of 1 W I oe Q 'fy 1 -1 ,fx gi, V ' " A U ' V K ' :f"""""'A""' ""'T1',-51' 7-..-..-.vv...,-.,, 4 .V V AI V , , ,V l g f A 1..'.:'3"'5f'4:' ' N 1 4 --, ' ' 2 ' A 1 ,zo L, ,, ,M1x 1 if A- K Yfg x X 1 U A , , 'Q ' 8 FIRST ROW: Brown, Flalwerly, Slwannonl Ward, J. H., In Ollie, Curry. SECOND ROW: Boyce, Lasiewicli, ' Pfrommer, Flowers, Krivosil, Scoflf. 4 lr 'il 5' 1 'N ,o" l H x, V FIRST ROW: Solomon, Smifh, Meagan, Slevenson HSOFFY Scoffy. Gel l'l18 BOS'h To Slgh Il Kolniai, McLaughlin, SECOND ROW: Paferson Rossi. Crawford, Hdfl, Jalberf, Panico, do v JY ff"" sp.: , f""' 5 ,d A G- 'T I, ."'-f-1 W i i JR X Sl The mission of 'rhe Medical Deparfmenf is broadly "fhe mainfenance of fhe healfh of 'rhe Navy and fhe care of fhe sick and iniuredf' ln spife of some 98 admissions fo fhe sick lisf and numerous freafmenfs rendered we feel forfunafe in nof having any major accidenfs or illnesses fhrouqhouf fhe cruise, Possibly our biggesf day was in Suda Bay when we provided Medical Guard for 42 ships. We were also forfunafe in having 6 hospifalmen affached wifh fhe Marines on board for fhe cruise who assisfed in carrying ouf all phases Km J Sfophens, D. L., HMC: Gyorko, B. A., HM2g Keesee, T. G HM2 Lane, J. R., HM3. of Medical Deparfmenf funcfions in performing as many fhreapeufic and cosmefic surgical pro- cedures as fime, drills, and rolling seas would per- mif. Then foo Chief Sfephens assisfed by Keesee and Gvyorlco ufilized fhe Lab for developing pic- fures for fhe ship in order fhaf fhe crew would nof have fo waif unfil refurning fo fhe U. S. fo view fheir phofographic endeavors. We were vis- ifed by iusf abouf all members of fhe crew, officers and enlisfed alike. on one or more occasions, und der myriad circumsfances and we are happy fo have been of service during fhe cruise. INSPECTION ' , 'rw Leif at iff. iii' fi:f.,1zf1,, , , ,,,, 1. 1. 1, iyggfgw, , . m , in , 3' M... 'a 'i:w5",sI at 3, ffm' if iw J .-f I f1""' X50 nv J ' 4 xf' .411-I 'U ,....-A K fc 'l 'll v F! BIRTHDAY PA R 1 CHUWDUWN .4-an-"""""" Q if 'I Q--"' NN-.X .am-q 'ilk THE CAUSE APPETITE f dr Q.: .X ff x 5. , 'C .. it :-23:1 , . ,X 4. A ,, , . Q, f A rg" -'- -- V K '4r- ' . 3 Q X 1 rx ' 4 ' ,V """ 1 'XX 5 'x ' ' - - I A ' ' i 1. ,,,,-,-t ' " QSM, -if ,,-,. 1 ' - ,L- THE END Conclusions To Telus Nihayet Vermek El Final tillany publishing co. 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