Myles C Fox (DD 829) - Naval Cruise Book

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'K xx ' ' tv' 5 K1 'kv-..:f..,.,.-ff' 1 ' , X "" , X , ' f nv X, , . , '- X K X K, , X , K, ' 2 :Q fl :xv A5 F - ul'-M 1 u A wi, I Iii 'I' I'- 11", , fy V ' 'JJ 1' I 4., X KV .X .,, . KN' fi " fi" . r,XXX..,,, . ,fi M 60 O S 3011 ii as F 1 25 .I-ft fp,-5 ax A I gg. F' ,qmfff , vw is EQ- 2' xi f ,. - , ,J , '- " Qs, Q : 512413: M1w?f'- ' P 'iilf::'rm4,, . 913 ,, -.-11.3-rx '. - -Y :fi , , -Fl v t, tvs .-vy,,r., ,U WF, N f ff lIF,.,,.J:,, ir.. , - . .,, .rguir-, ,W . --W , . H-eff: . f-- V , .FQ Y., .:,,vT-.v,....- Li A CRUISINH72 DEDICATED To The Gfficers And Men Who Soiled The Fox Around The World 13 January 1945. HIP'S HISTORY CSS MYLES C. FOX IDD-8295 was launched at the Bath Iron Works Corporation, Bath, Maine on 13 Janum-y 1915. The ship was christened by Mrs. James C. Fox of Stamford, Connecticut, mother of First Lieutenant Myles C. Fox, LIS. Marine Corps. , , CSS FOX was commissioned 20 March 1945, at the Boston Naval Shipyard. After a vigorous shakedown cruise in the Caribbean, she departed from Boston in June and headed for the Pacificbto take part mi the fast moving climax of World War ll. FOX served with the famed TASK FORCE 38 in covering the occupation land- ing on the Japanese home island, and on 21 September she entered Tokyo Bay. Transferred to TASK FORCE 58 upon completion of the occupation campaign in Japan, she operated in the China Sea until her return to the United States in late April 1946. ' U i ,ifter several months of operations on the west coast of the United States, during which she underwent O ' t for a nine month cruise This cruise was highlighted overhaul at Long Beach, the ship rettuned to the rien . by the rescue of 600 survivors from a stranded passenger ship which had been overturned by a typhoon near Hong Kong. In May 1919, she was transferred to the Atlantic Fleet and to the Homeport of Newport, Rhode Island. ln 1950 and 1951, she made two six month cruises to the Mediterranean. In May 1952 she began to prepare for another cruise to the MED. In late August, the ship left Newport to participate in Operation MAINBRACE, the first large-scale NATO Naval maneuver, during which the ship crossed the Artic Circle. At the completion of MAINBRACE, she proceeded to Lisbon for another MED cruise. The ship returned to the United States in Februarv 1953, and from June to August midshipmen from the Naval Academy and NROTC students from civilian colleges were embarked for a training cruise in South America. A -' P 1' t ' d the Naval Shipyard, Philadelphia for three months of overhaul and major In the spring of 1954, I OX en ere conversion work. That fall she made a cruise to the Gulf of Mexico and she participated in Atlantic Fleet exer. cises. ln May 1955, 1956, and 1957 the ship deployed to the Mediterranean for four month tours of duty with the SIXTH Fleet. After the 1957 cruise, she joined a NATO exercise in Northern Europe and held the distinction of being further north of the Arctic Circle than any ship in the exercise. In 1959 she made another trip to the MED, this tour of duty with the SIXTH Fleet lasted until February 1960. In May, her homeport was changed " I X ' ' I I' d t Ma ort, Florida. In 1960 and 1961, FOX again operated with the SIXTH Fleet from Nciipott, Rhode san 0 yp on Mediterranean cruises. During the 1961 cruise, she established new standards of excellence for her class and was awarded the Navy "E" for overall Battle Efficiency. In January 1964, the homeport was changed to Boston, Massachusetts in order for the ship to undergo Fleet Rehabilitation and Modernization in the Boston Naval Shipyard. In the Boston Yard, the ship converted from a radar picket destroyer to a DD. Two new anti-submarine weapons ASROC and DASH were added, and the en- ' ' l' nt vas com letely overhauled to increase the ship's operational capabilities. Through commendable gineering p a i p cooperation between the shipyard workers and FOX crew, the FRAM MK I was completed a full month ahead of schedule at an estimated saving of some 5B760,000. After nine weeks of refresher training in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, FOX returned briefly to Newport before going to Cape Kennedy to participate in special operations with the nuclear submarine USS JOHN C. CALHOUN. FOX departed Newport, Rhode Island for the Mediterranean in July 1965 for a four month cruise, operation with the SIXTH Fleet and returned to Newport in November 1965. In January 1966, after routine upkeep and leave period in Newport during the holi- days, FOX deployed on Springboard Operations in the Caribbean returning to Newport on 22 February 1966. On 6 March 1966, FOX was assigned as a member of the GEMINI-8 team and de- parted for EASTLANT in company with the USS CALOOSAHATCHEE tAO-985 and the USS CHARLES P. CECIL QDD-8353, while in EASTLANT a distress signal was received from the merchant freighter MfV PALMA of Swedish registry. The PALMA had an uncontrollable fire in her forward holds and upon receipt of the distress mes- sage, FOX proceeded at best possible speed to aid the distress vessel. Upon arrival firefighting teams from the FOX worked day and night for three days in twelve-hour shifts combating the fire. FOX was later joined by firefighting teams from the USS CALOOSAHATCHEE and USS CHARLES P. CECIL. After getting the fire under con- trol and MXV PALMA Safely on its way to port, FOX was detached with congratu- latory messages from CNO, CINCLANTFLT, COMCRUDESLANT, and COMSOLANT for a job well done. 945 '-1954 19 55 .-- 1964 During the period 4 April to 28 April 1966, FOX underwent DASH qualifications off of Newport and Norfolk, Virginia. FOX participated in the annual cruise for midshipmen training and then went through an upkeep and tender availability period in Newport prior to deployment. From October until April 1967, FOX was deployed to WESTERN PACIFIC spending five months of this time with the SEVENTH Fleet in the South China Sea. Upon return to Newport, FOX conducted local operations. On 26 September 1967, FOX went in to the Shipyard at Boston, Massachusetts for a regularly sche- duled overhaul. Upon completion of the shipyard period on 29 January 1968, FOX conducted local operations before proceeding to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba for six weeks of refresher training. On 2 April 1968, FOX returned to Newport for a rou- tine upkeep and leave period before deployment for the Med. at the end of April. FOX operated with the SIXTH Fleet until she returned to Newport on the 12th of October 1968. FOX then began a period of leave and upkeep during the Christ- mas season. Except for local operations the FOX remained in her homeport until February 1969, when she took part in a NASA test of a Mobile Quarantine Facility off the coast of Virginia. The FOX then returned to Newport to continue prepara- tions for a Mid- East deployment. During operation in Middle East waters, FOX maintained a high degree of read- iness while conducting her mission of goodwill. Such previously strange lands as Pakistan, India, Bahrain, countries of East and West Africa became familiar to the men of the FOX.iThe visits of goodwill enjoyed such great success that the received high commendation from the Commander Middle East Force. In September 1969, FOX returned to Newport for an extended inport period. On October 10th, the FOX welcomed a new Captain aboard, Commander Joseph L. DICK relieved Commander James D. MCLUCKIE as Commanding Officer. Shortly thereafter, the FOX was placed in a modified CADRE status at her homeport. The spring of 1970, found the menof the FOX preparing for their training cruise to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. For six weeks during May and June, the FOX under- went stiff training at Guantanamo. After her stay in Cuba, all aboard felt better qualified to accomplish their shipboard duties. l One month later, the FOX departed Newport to participate in the South Ameri- can operations known as UNITAS Xl. UNITAS exercises join the navies of the United States with those of otu' South American neighbors to increase the readiness of all to protect the westernhemisphere. During these operations, FOX was accomp- anied by the following U.S. units: COMCORTRON TEN taboard the FOXJ, USS HARRY E. YARNELL QDLG-171, COMSOLANT, USS JOHN WILLIS KDE-10277, USS PICKEREL QSS-5249, and two P3 anti-submarine aircraft. For the next four months extensive training was conducted with the naval forces of Venezuela, Brazil,Argentina, Uruguay, Peru, and Columbia. Men of the FOX toured the world famous cities of Rio de Janiero, Lima, and Caracas. The highly successful operation was capped by a return passage through the Panama Canal. Finally, on December 6, the FOX was welcomed home to Newport, and her crew enjoyed a long-awaited holiday period with families and friends. On March 12, 1971, the FOX entered the Boston Naval Shipyard for her regular overhaul period. The ship's stay in Boston was highlighted by ceremonies welcom- ing aboard her new Captain, LCDR Gerald P. ASTORINO. Upon completion of her three- month yard period, the FOX returned to Newport for the Fourth of July holidays. Two weeks later, she sailed for a brief rearmament stop at Earle, New Jersey, and a weckend's liberty in New York City. On August 9th, the MYLES C. FOX departed Newport for refresher training at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Before reporting for her duties in Cuba, the ship cooper- ated with the nuclear submarine, USS PULASKI, inthe latter's missile firing exer- cises near Cape Kennedy, Florida. For several days, the FOX acted as observation and safety ship while the PULASKI simulated firing intercontinental ballistic mis- siles. Then, on August 16th, the successful firing of a Poseidon missile capped the training exercise. Life for the next four and a half weeks at Guantanamo Bay demanded sacri- fices on the part of each FOX crew member. Twenty-hour days were normal. Yet, the hard work paid dividends when the ship received a satisfactory score on her Operational Readiness Inspection. Her successful refresher training period was enhanced further when the FOX scored well on her Naval Gunfire Support practice at Culebra Island. A tempermental hurricane, Ginger, stirred up a bit of trouble for the ship on her homeward journey, before finally permitting the FOX's return to Newport. 1964 -- 1972 Lieutenant Commander Gerald P. Astorino, USN Commanding 0ffioer,USS Myles C.FoX fDD-829l f . - KY 1--, J 1,f',,h M9541 I rf W 1- - Wi Lieutenant Commander Gerald P. Astorino, USN, was born in New York City on January 23, 1936. After receiving his Bachelor of Science Degree from the Maine Maritime Academy in June 1958, he reported aboard the USS SAFEGUARD CARS 25j, where he served as Operations Officer untiljuly 1960. In August 1960, Lieutenant Commander Astorino became the Weapons Officer of the USS ARNOLD ISBELI. QDD869j. His next billet was that of Communications Officer for COMMANDER ANTI-SUBMARINE WARFARE FORCE PACIFIC, which he held from August 1962 until December 1964. Lieutenant Commander Astorino received his first Command at Sea when he became Commanding Officer of the USS KALMIA QATA 184, in January 1965. This tour was fol- lowed by two years of Post Graduate School in Monterey. California, where he received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Government and Inter- national Relations in June 1969. Following a tour as Executive Officer of the USS THEODORE E. CHANDLER QDD-7175, Lieutenant Commander Astorino relieved Com- mander Joseph L. Dick as Commanding Officer of the USS MYLES C. FOX QDD-829l on 16 April 1971. Lieutenant Commander Astorino and his wife, the former Joan de Bruin of San Francisco, California, have two children, Allison and Paul. Lieutenant Commander Astorino holds the Navy Commendation Medal, Combat Action Ribbon, the National Defense Medalg the Viet- nam Service Medal with four Bronze stars, the Armed Forces Expedi- tionary Medal, Koreag and the Vietnam Campaign Medal, with clasp 1960. EXECUTIVE OFFICER, USS MYLES C. FOX CDD-8295 LCDR.Stanley C. Kozlowski was born in Tacoma, Washington on 8 July 1937. He graduated from Whitman College in May 1959 and attended the Naval Officer Candidate School in Newport, Rhode Island, receiving his com- mission in September 1960. LCDR. Kozlowski reported to the pre-commissioning detail for USS Constellation CCVA-641 where he initially worked as an assistant ship's superintendent in the Brooklyn Naval Shipyard. Onboard Constellation, he served in the Engineering department, culminating as the Repair Officer be- fore transfer in July of 1963. He served as the Engineering Officer on USS POR- TERFIELD fDD-682D from August 1964 to April 19663 and then reported aboard USS EDSON QDD-946D as Weapons Officer until January 1968. These tours of sea duty were followed by two years at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California, where he majored in Ordnance Engineering and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry in December 1969. He served as the Assistant Third Coastal Zone Advisor in Vietnam throughout 1970. LCDR. Kozlowski and his wife, the former Ruth Ann E. Brace of Roseville, Michigan, have three daughters. LCDR. Kozlowski's decorations include two Bronze Stars with combat "V", Navy Achievement Medal with Combat "V", Combat Action Ribbon, Meri- torious Unit Citation, the National Defense Medal, and the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal fVietnamQ. DEPARTMENT HEADS "L-'2.'P QPERATIQNS ENGINEERING WEAPONS SUPP LY Lt Walter F D01-an Lt ames C Jacobs Lt. Peter R. Smith Ltjg. Peter L. Woodsmall Q ., V f-A '41 4 I N A. Adams K. Bosch ? J. Crouse J. Ferguson a- I , F 4 5 17 .fvfim lt f 1 - x 4 I ' J. Boodlcy lt. Florkowski f 535 , '-1 ,.-J fi .I V .1 , . -..ann L. . .. .t . ...M P. Knowlton J. Korab R. Laplerre J. Sendik R. Skinner E. Smith FTE DII2?Dl?.gl0 M. Bracciale J. Breen G. Camara R. Carloni J. Harris P. Marks R. Towne fl M. Carpenter E- Clay G. Couture ' if f'f".v, .af . 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Nlcfzlrly M. 0'C0nn0r R- Plwini THIRD DIVISIO v A 'Q 'ii .91 9. L. Peterson 2? ,M -gp fm. J- K0l12ll' P. Morton . 1.-.,, lf ff F. Seibert STC F. W. Keller 1. 5fl'l21li61m3n J lv . -.?ng'.2l1' J ' in , as H ,, .1 mv... '- 11 V 3WGllx li X, "IlL'l'lf1ll'1 1' H iolawfyuski ,uf- gyfg ' fx? 2, F 5. 21' 3521- -ii ,A . 'bs 'jr us , we ,,, 4-.Q w,.,..x5i1t32i- 'L .L ll' t ...ig D. Davidson J. Guarracino D. Hamilton 21 ,, SG ' J. Larsen T ' .. F . FF G' I ' 1 , I ' DD D " ' R. Keenum G. Kohler y 4 ' , . if P thai. R. Dole C. Goodman J. Hussey G. Lecluir ., , .. .Q ' Q..-. ii ifarzipbell P. Frey uve' 1 Ji' n '55-is , OC DIVI IOG aw ' . ' ' "' Jvkw' 'L - l me-:I t-. 1 f . ,.L.:. M. Douglas . -Y L M1 H. Ellison 4--.q. .ku R. Lucas A. Pease S. Litchfield T. Powell F. Rodriguez .: f: ik 5. .Jfw .Q--ag 1 ,x E P. Szlrvis 7, , 3 Q.. J. Snively ,-4.4 D. Beck A. Gasper PNC R. F. Connor Ltjg R. W. Gerbc Ens l. A. Renton RMC J. Lozinak J. Spell . F., G. Woods D. Woodland G. Walton W. Wulclyk G. Vcnne in I. mil' W. Strickland Y .i--5,-, Y- X 'Q' ' Q 7 l . 1 V H Eff H ft . I i f" 'A A l x ' '1 u 4. A U P I. . li. Iiirk J. t'hioll l.. l'i1riz-,linux Nl. Kohul Nl. Lcwix J. IAIUIN D. Coates li. Craig ll. Crourh .l. llc:-is K. Nlzirnmduke li. Nuclicl l'. Nill'llll1'k'l R. Norris OI OE DIVISIO . -if f G. Williamson 1 '51 .,,Y..1-1 , T? .12 ,, -QQ, .f J. Holland L. Smith R. Hooper D. .izlrrell KV ILP! t , 1 E. Tarantelli il. Tczzzzyson 1 Til. Wisrlier 4,1 Ens. L. Burgess Ltjg A. Leavens Ens. G. Van Dyke RDC J. Humble ETC J. Steiner V w-Y.F ,,....nJ,...,,,w-..,.... . ., ,, I 'fn .Li Q x 51 AM HMC S. Worrell 1 L D. .xngn lu G. Beaver J. Bottoms 1.snw.,, jf.. f 'fl ' " ly 3 V' 55 . 1:j1'4I. 1-1 ll, Fran :nal G. Garey T 155 T' 'Nl . ll 1' A V T. livimrl r C. Hzlnfl' i A .seg , Q 1, .nf 4,7 it .ig , C. llzegks E. Jackson C. Johnson J fr, '..,' P' gr : N' '35 J' ' - Y 'rj , .V ' R 1 f Q' XS. E. MOl'ri50n A. Patrick R. Reese T. Brookmun , ' .N 'N 2 .il 'fi' Nw r W. Carr J. Cavallaro L. Comeau .. .5. . .. 452592-31t..,l.:i ,F-wfzqd .. .f,, 3 ,V Q , ,.., 1, ff L . 3 l , - I"-tl , Ens. P. Caturella gp-an l 1 M6 7 U 1 ' s v P 7 ' l A .Jw , s -. v-1'4'w rw. il K 'Ha up V 33. . , 1 g, 4 . , fl ? . . T. ll s P , l : 'i' 'J' 1,4-It ' ?lf,:f. 1Y'g, LQ. l MMCM .l. Kelly A. Kosmctalos 3 x .df . , . .A . 'Em , ' P' . f. Y 1 . J. Serfnss fl R. Kozlowski ll. Kurlonlmch D. Lzmrocca by , R. Stlrlon R. Townsend R. Trenbcalh -ggg. l . 1 .. 1 '4 W. Edwards FFL-1Q!3",,f ,-, fa'-IN ,,.,., H' 1 . W., , , . , f-5 S- ...P 9' 2 1 - ' ' A ' 5 , ,pi . i C 5 X ,. A , ff 5 V ' ' ffzgigifefi' ' ' ,nf -Weif-7xaL3?f'-' . ' ,- xi V fir' -- 1 E. Eyer P. Ferlise X C 3 R. Lzrvoie . Q , G. Tyler .,., V . 45, , L . xl ' V ct' ,A D. Long P. Murquardt E. Walter R. Yoos l.. lluruui ll. t'Lll'l'l0llllU R. Jones ll. Keith S. lklnlphcll I.. Lune if-, .5 X. llccollihus l. l.:u'kinV V LFYYC-v. ' Y 331 ,Ti 4." V li. Rex D. Rodgers .I. Roush S. Seeley Pl Tl- 1-ju. 1, ,fV' :gk 'gi '- ' 5 5' ?n" . ., R f ,W -X ' X K. Strysick D. Vamlepurre E. Whitley Nl- Wiellel' Ji, Q . 4 .. , ELL, ,' , ll. Diilllllll l' I , no- , 55" ll. l.ns1n'ao .l. Slmln'zn'k ns. 5 f ' Hxponilo ll. Nlcll Cl 'l'. l"nng-gen ll. Frccnmn A. Hill C, Hugheg D. Nlurnhv G. Nuull C. Neuman N. Puckett 'f?s.. J .l. Shook W. Snmll E. Stevens T. Stevens B. Slubaugh W. Williurd 'il xg BTC L Dutton Q d ' s. - I l 1 Q T H. Bixdzer L. Bevere ,1.13'w W -4 ' A f . A, ,. X ...Qu B Q.. MJ V ,dba ' -if ' 1 f , X 3 Graaf Te ' 115 .55251 ,Q 4:15 I, f,q3l,:.5 ke y in 'ii , ,,g',..A .,310,-- Yfgl, ' 1525 14-i'A,.a-' ,-i i 55515 3 .1 1 ..f,,,,g...-rg. M., . - , 1: 1 ..'- '-2 ' 2' "W L.Jf'Q5Li4 'f.f'.-wif . 1 1: Y. flzarzmnie R. Crawford :":. 72: it W. Di.1.v.-link A. Filkins R. Hill D. Hoffmzin T. Kettinger D. Brewster ,OVAQ-:gfgi ,. . .Q , . ' 1 if -. FQ' , ,f 1-11 I V I 1 K V. , . D. Dlilnnncik D. lleemshergelf .l. Moszee Nfl Lljg S. A. llulsizer MMC G. Horton D. Myers '12, -'LL' i 9 I , . A ' zgpf x V J Q Ii ... ....-, ,,., , K - f.,f.11.:x1.1'-qu v- I Prrgar-vi . , ,1--.g..... W. Pere wi 'sf' M. Neely G. Perkins D ',-4 xr '4"." If X x ll. Tillnizln i F. Ockerman Q- if! x C. Rittenhouse s 'D-U-'X ' . i x f' if. Wu rd 3 ana i . 1 Eg X-5 F. Patton R. Schwarz D. Williams DIVISIO R. Pere G. Yasurek -EL .353 . -C. ' f s Qi -2 1 Y A. Almlos ll. Williams J. Williams D Whnte 1:1 J Tavlox 'H-1 F Ibuplew VV J. Bcrsnmin u. lsuel-new G- Daw J. Deliuuilw H. Green l l V S UPPLY DIVI I0 Ens J T Bellaxrs Skt Nl Jom M- Ha,-g D. Hughes D. liar.- 3 1:1-,5 1 Y Q5 7 , 5 '15 Cf l H. Levesque ii J, XIcCarron 1 N10 errw L HQSHIH I Stnngrellow R Revee R Relvew R Pmgm I Petenson D Puelgm, Q Vinod, U xy 1 Nhzuel +' www? fi. EQ .rg 2 lf? 4 via S3 3 ' Q mf 'rliigklll JE A552594 MQW 4 W CRUISE ITINERARY 7 JANUARY 10-13 JANUARY 17 JANUARY 19 JANUARY 27-29 JANUARY 5-S FEBRUARY 11-15 FEBRUARY 18-21 FEBRUARY 23-29 FEBRUARY 1 MARCH 4-7 MARCH 14 MARCH-7 APRIL 9-11 APRIL 18 APRIL 22 APRIL 25 APRIL-1 JULY 3-S JULY 10 JULY 12-13 JULY 18 JULY 21-23 JULY 29 JULY-1 AUGUST S AUGUST 9 AUGUST 14 AUGUST UNDERWAY FROM NEWPORT RHODE ISLAND ROOSEVELT ROADS PUERTO RICO CROSSED THE EQUATOR RECIFE, BRAZIL LUANDA, ANGOLA LOURENCO MARQUES MOZAMBIQUE MOMBASA, KENYA TAMATAVE, MALACASY REPUBLIC PORT LOUIS, MAURITIUS RODRIGUES ISLAND DIEGO SUAREZ, MALAFASY REPUBLIC BAHRAIN ISLAND BANDAR ABBAS, IRAN COLOMBO,CEYLON SINGAPORE WESTPAC OPERATIONS HONG KONG BUCKNER BAY, OKINAWA YOKOSUKA, JAPAN MIDWAY ISLAND PEARL HARBOR, HAWAII SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA RODMAN, PANAMA CANAL ZONE PANAMA CANAL TRANSIT NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND The Cinurt CET King lqfptunf Jgw F M wjfffgy E- sf. t 0 .L ' M fm- A K . L A, 5. 4 W 'R V l X. a 3. JT 'A 'Im Wm lawgy QWWA mmml' mm M0 Me fmlfwmfg, nj JQAPIIMQ' or 43:1 iii 'HWS K Mews' WW 11 , A,Q , l,: . if - -:,f ' - 'za E Qqfamj jvmzea, Me ggfoywf M, Me gow cuuflke 5'Zoywl95'afoJm "Mijn ' Tilfgg 152 L If ,, .?!!r.:5f+ I I l I LUANDA LOURENCO MARQYUES weemeJ0mnewQf-mdkdkddaakwwiikikepkaommaf Zhvhf ha ohmiwhile, Mm wmhnedamw afm!Q0mmzw,fi!mqueoafw!eMhnwu2a41!0v2Zhabmzffwywaa 1--QFD The tusks of Mombasa Spider 33,311 i 1 A I , 3 A . A l iii x iii i wg 4, . K 002 fo - , - ue ' hwwoferf ifdvzdfw F T - v ... .,. iff" .,:.F,"-U. :TTT-gg 7, HP' " , 'X T5-'ifFi5'1f5?i:ns.Qii1':5? - FW gn: , T fl we W 2 mwfihef ' "?"'7"T-F". 5' f-EEK' Ho b 4 if s .-5' ' ' fi. nb fu -1 11 1 The lodge at Tsavo JAUAGOQ ................................... Y N. Sgr: bf hiv 2- 4 Me made, we hacfnzaaw GMGUXLGQ, mA,, fw-endlxfmmfd r' WSP u- Nu .u . W' " vl-nk 4' 'll 'M sl 55 ' 'Y c ' ,Q-Ik.. 1 X , W., - , ,.-' A Q A x X! 5 A ' f M,,,.,ff' ' ,A 5. mp.f.--f X ,3 ,FF9-now? Awww in r-Us-,,., la, 2.5 ,lv t F. 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' , 01 646016, ' , az fool wffke morfeizz Tamw- The boat bullder A day at the camel races ma guy? ganzcfmz " ,F Z,....,sw' My W' Pilkga' '-wg? cv we cw! ..................... ..... . After leaving Bahrain, Fox sailed for Bandar Abbas, principal homeport for the Imperial Iranian Navy and winner of our HHonorable Mention". for liberty ports, where we hosted a buffet for Iranian naval officials. Following Bandar Abbas, we had been scheduled for visits to Ethiopia, Saudi Arabia, Djibouti and a return to Port Louis before leaving the Indian Ocean, however , a series of developments in another part of the world caused Fox and Cecil to change their schedule. After unloading our Middle East Force equipment, we steamed to Colombo, Ceylon and Singapore for refueling stops, and on April 25, arrived in Subic Bay for duty in . . . I ! - 4, 'nk . W "x'1,'51 K., wg- X- 25 - 29 APRIL 30 APRIL 2 - 5 MAY 6 - 8 MAY 9 MAY 10 - 17 MAY 18 - 28 MAY 1 - 8 JUNE 10 - 21 JUNE 22 - 25 JUNE 26 - 30 JUNE 1 JULY WESTPAC SCHEDULE SUBIC BAY, TENDER AVAILABILITY WITH USS PIEDMONT QAD-175 NAVAL GUNFIRE SUPPORT REFRESHER, PHILIPPINES NGFS DUTIES IN MILITARY REGION 1, SOUTH VIETNAM PARTICIPATED IN STRIKES ON NORTH VIETNAMESE COAST IN CONJUNCTION WITH OPERATION "FREEDOM TRAIN" IN COMPANY WITH USS BUCHANAN QDDG-14j, USS BERKELEY QDDG- 152, AND USS EDWARDS QDD-950Q, CONDUCTED A STRIKE ASSO- CIATED WITH THE MINING OF HAIPHONG HARBOR. TARGETS WERE ON THE DO SON PENINSULA SOUTH OF HAIPHONG. CONTINUED STRIKE MISSIONS WITH OPERATION HLINEBACKERH ESCORT SHIP FOR USS CHICAGO QCG-llj PIRAZ STATION INPORT SUBIC BAY FOR TENDER AVAILABILITY, VISIT BY REAR ADMIRAL ROGERS, COMMANDER CRUISER-DESTROYER GROUP SEVENTH FLEET. NGFS DUTIES IN MILITARY REGION I, INCLUDING SUPPORT OF SOUTH VIETNAMESE OPERATION SONG THANH 72. PLANE GUARD DUTIES WITH USS CORAL SEA QCVA-43D ON YANKEE STATION, TONKIN GULF. NGFS DUTIES IN MILITARY REGION I, FIRED IN SUPPORT OF OPERATION "LAM SON 72" THE SOUTH VIETNAMESE OFFEN- SIVE AGAINST QUANG TRI. COMPLETED WESTPAC ASSIGNMENT, UNDERWAY FOR HONG KONG AND HOME. f .s. - . , , , .,, ,,, .,5 , - k . -4 gy .,V,Kf441" - ' Sf: N171-nv!-K ,Y Tf H, 5'f15,1-,J ' QE'-'??1'.g,'7.. 4' . -"QTY 'Yi' uh rf- .. , J A 5 , . 'iyw-1 '-g1..4.i1..1 f1"33f.f:g M-Ll: .. ,F -- is 'X' ,fl f-221' J JW 535321 .,f,1f?'.., 3: ff' fi? ' f . ' fbi ,,- ,X PD gg, A-lg' '1 , T ' Siam?-J ' . ? ' 2-.lf 3-Q.-' W Q-1-.--,ziig -Mg iz:-if Y ALWQ' Q 1'1" 2' f12e"fJa . " le f. if ' ! Ya-fi" -W iff . " V , 5 ,y gpm rf ,Lf , . ' V . " annum - ,wi-M . 5 4,1 f' .ri K -, . "' 1 -fwf"'Sv'3p-c..-,M-,4'v' ' i4iuf1gg"n'iz-.frififasf1-zfkyiyzix ,iff mf 2 ' ' " . " ff1i'Q-x." srfzwm. r',.,f"'if'f ' 'Q ' ff n w iw" " 1- ' , 1 s ' ff.-iw-f..J " 1'-'ifqliflzz' 4 ' 'HW . 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K QW--,gf-.. 1 Conference iii Heave around' Standb Y for sho t line I 'WPA J UNREP is a long trick al thc helm USS MARS QAES-19 USS WHITE PLAINS QAFS-41 USS KANSAS CITY QAOR-3, USS SAVANNAH QAOR-4D USS LONG BEACH QCGN-9D USS C.P. CECIL QDD-835D -.......,. ... - ,., Z I i tt. W r X X M ff S-Nxg' we f A I, W H F USS Caliente QAO-53D USS Ashtabula QAO-51, USS Chipola QAO-631 USS Mispillion X -:X f S2351 USS Guadeloupe Q-SU-32D p USS Hassayampa K fl 8-1455 C 'Ill LCA. Cfwv fW 1- rrp! X333 1 1 W, -L" 1 Haleakala QAE-25D USS Mount Katmai QAE-16j USS Pyro QAE-24j USS Vesuvius Q, - JD 5""5 W-'Su ' 'I ' I if ii' --lf' ,,,-or .am-gp. .-H ...avg-pri nfnop.. , ,pr -163 e5 1' .ri 1-nu V: K--.., Statlon the helo 4 , V ff. 5 v ,r X X- 'JMWW .A""" if 4 A -L l Y 1- if N-W1 5 ,.,,, 45,49 A , ee Hlkxnl ,ff I 1 ' qui ' jg, I ff' lf C" ' I ' ""'q x e. aww ll: i it JT l fee M V 2 . 0 :,-J 1 i- "'M-'Wet "x" 'MH H -53 :1--f - KJ 4 ' a P! V Lfs 3 IM F a M-ii if J 5? , rfrlfff .. , U. . , .film . 4 , detail, meant ii 'EW ,Nz mall fsometlmesj The Stars and Strlpes , a chaplain, stores, or personnel. 8? i'1lCLl V ... , . "" G -z12'?4P " S 'ff , 79. . 1 ' A: Q' ' K, J 4 5' A J sv ,L ' ms: ',.3fQf1, 'Q' 'W ' A i NZ PLANEGUARDING USS CORAL SEA N f Fast patrol boat on trials 5 at Subic Bay A ,441 ' f U 3 , Q .. -' -S S 'fi' ,'5'?i0 ' iii, 14-l7?ifM ag, ff ' 9 f if azffgsf' 1 '--is -1 " ' ' 1-in , sf - 'fsf' 'mv ., -df' gf: 'Y-'ffiiififi iifffz 1-1 . Q -Y ' 1- K-f 1 ff' ff ' an ffhfxf' ' 121 "f V ,ff-f i f :s:r:i:f"'J ,, 5131, 311 212252 K Q.'35-,.aae,.. 5e.1a..,a'gfQQi5,eegij,,ing V ..,, , ' f 12 1' 71" fl' The Russians came to keep an eye on things. USS Charles P. Cecil KDD-8355 A Y ,,,f' is I S TM -31, I , USS Hanson CDPQ ,M USS Long Beach QCCN 91 USS Joseph Strauss QDDC 162 "Undeterred by determined enemy opposition, Myles C. Fox has carried out her varied duties in an exemplary manner - from naval gunfire support south of the DMZ to surface strike operations in the north and the special strikes on the Do Son Peninsula and on Haiphong area targets. I want each officer and man aboard Myles C. Fox to know that the ship's outstanding work has been recognized and appreciated. Well done!" Admiral B. A. Clarey, USN, Com- mander in Chief, U. S. Pacific Fleet. ljune 1972. "We view your exceptional performance on the line with great pride. Each individual is commended for the spirit and professionalism so ably demon- stratedf' Rear Admiral Thomas A. Weschler, Commander Cruiser-Destroyer Force, United States Atlantic Fleet. 6June 1972. "In the finest tradition of Atlantic Fleet Units augmenting the Pacific Fleet in time of need, Myles C. Fox has inet the challenge of demanding combat operations . . . As your proceed home after intensive combat operations against the enemy, the officers and enlisted personnel of USS Myles C. Fox can take great pride in their important contributions to the prosecution of the war. From naval gunfire support off the Republic of Vietnam to surface strike opera- tions against North Vietnam . . . Myles C. Fox's gunfire has hurt the enemy badly and has helped save countless friendly lives . . . My personal well done." Admiral B.A. Clarey, USN, Commander-in-chief, US Pacific Fleet. 27 July 1972. fr'-un ,.-,. f -Y--H ' vHF'ad:'r'-m-q.::f4fi1usr.,3f'f"0-,W f- ,- V . V 1 -. . man.-1' ,. .. , x 1 r A f - r-'L V -,an I, , 1 . 44,1 ,T .,21,A ' ' ' 1,,gk,7,, , 1 os., 5,2-'5.?wl',.f'L l - . .-nw.-,M-A -. ...as - Y Af- "'B'Y-4-swf x - yn, . helm xr at ,- M.l 5-A .3 l 5, .. A , I ' if-ff,L,g,. W . c of J: , ' '-fM?2N"1" MF' i 1 M V :vi-t":'+i':Q5 'A-1. , -'hairs'-"'."'f-' " e R' "i 'fi 71-2' '-,Qgvi-nA.""L ' "' . 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