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OLD X0-LCDR SAUL
LCDR J. M. SAUL, at the time of his departure, served
aboard MULLINNIX as executive offwer for 18 months. He
established a close relationship with the crew and spent many
steaming hours together. The offzbers and crew extend to him
"smooth sailing and following seas" during the remainder of his
LCDR BISSONNETTE reported aboard in Naples, Italy
mid-way the cruise. Having been a former destroyerman and
designated surface warfare officer, LCDR BISSONNETTE was
instantaneously at home on the MUX. LCDR BISSON-
NE'TIE"S experience, gained from various types of duty has
contributed to the morale of the crew and we wish him a
hearty 'Welcome Aboard'.
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commission as an Ensign from OCS in November of 1959.
while teaching NROTC at the university.
His assignments since commissioning include:
Congressional Liaison Officer, Office of
1964, and Jonathan, born 1966.
Commander Thomas K. Anderson was born in Petersburg, Virginia
on 27 January 19.98. He attended Petersburg High School and was
graduated in 1955. Commander Anderson attended Davidson College,
where he was awarded a B. S. Degree in Physics in 1959. He earned his
His educational background also includes a Master of Arts Degree in
Political Science from the University of Idaho which he earned in 1968
Deck Officer, USS SPRINGFIELD ICLG-71 ........ 1959-1962
Asst. CIC Officer, USS GAL VESTON ICLG-31 ...... 1962-1963
Ass 't. Weps!AS W Officer, USS KING IDLG-10 ..... 1964-1965
Instructor NA VXOPS, Univ. of Idaho .............. 1965-1968
Commander, PBR River Div. 531, Vietnam ......... 1968-1969
Ops. Officer, USS WAINWRIGH I1 IDLG-281 ....... 1969-1971
Executive Officen USS JONAS INGRAM IDD-9381. . 1971-1972
Legislative Affairs, Washington, D. C. .......... 1972-1975
Commander Anderson is married to the former Claire Fothering-
Mm Daggetf Of Eugemff ofeyon. They have two sons, Kendrick, born I
Commander Herman Stacy Clardy, Jr., was born 17 February 1936
in Columbia, South Carolina. He was graduated from the University of
South Carolina in May 1958, receiving his commission through the
NROTC Program. In August 1958, he reported for active duty aboard
USS RHODES IDER-3841. After two years serving as Communications
Officer and CIC Officer, he was transferred to the Commandant SIXTH
Naval Distrwt for duty in the District Intelligence Office. Following this
tour of duty he was ordered to USS ROAN IDD-8531 as Operations
Ojficer in August 1962. In November 1963, he was detached to duty as
Executive Officer in USS HISSEM IDER-4001. After this tour, which
included deployment to Operations DEEP FREEZE and a World Cruise,
he was transferred to Canada in May 1965, as Liaison Offwer to the
Royal Canadian Navy in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Upon completion ofa two
year tour he attended the United States Naval War College, graduating
from the School of Naval Command and Staff in June 1968. He then
served two years, July 1968-1970, as Executive Officer, USS VESOLE
IDD-8781, followed by a one year tour as Chief Staff Offwer Destroyer
Squadron TWENTY-FOUR. From July 1971 - April 1974, Commander
Clardy served on the Staffs of the Chief ofNavy Maternal, Washington,
D.C., and the Commander Cruiser-Destroyer Force, Atlantis Fleet,
Norfolk, Virginia. Commander Clardy served as Commanding Officer,
USS MULLINNIX IDD-9441, from April 1974-April1976. After this tour
which included a deployment to the Indian Ocean and Middle East, and a
deployment to the Mediterranean, Commander Clardy received orders
as Commanding Officer, Navy Recruiting District, San Antonio, Texas.
Commander Clardy 's service medals include the Navy Expedition-
ary Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Antarctic Expeditionary
Medal and the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal.
Commander Clardy is married to the former Margaret Pierce Boyle
of Georgetown, South Carolina. The Clardy 's have two sons, Stacy, III
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The role ofthe master chief petty officer of the command 'LS to assist the commanding offwer in
an advzsory or active role in all matters pertinent to the weU'are and morale of enlisted members and
their dependents to inspire and develop a more responsible and effective leadership at all enlisted
levels maintain and promote the effectiveness and efficiency of the chain of command participate in
awards and retirement ceremonies of enlisted personnel and represent or accomapny the
commanding officer to official functions inspections and conferences when directed The master
chief petty officer of the command is also a member of the striker selectwn board human relations
council, weUare and recreation committee
The role as the MCPO of the command is vital to the enlisted members who seek guidance and
have the need to rap on a personal basis He bridges the gap in the chain of command and as a
result of listening to and weighing many problems or suggestions help to formulate certain policies
that contribute to the individual, the command and to the navy
Master Chief Machinist Mate Ross has been
aboard USS MULLINNIX since 29 January 1974. He
has been a destroyerman most of his career both in the
fleet and as an instructor at the Naval Destroyer
MMCM Ross wears the Good Conduct Medal
lFourth Award I, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal,
Navy Achievement Medal, Natwnal Defense Sermbe
Medal, Vietnam Service Medal, Republic of Vietnam
Campaign Medal, Naval Occupatwn Medal, Republgb
of Vietnam Civil Actwn Medal with Palm and Combat
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