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Misa ' I Q55 UNITED STATES SHIP Eosuo DQT4 i U.S.S. NEOSHO lAO-I43l is fhe firsf of a new class of fleef oilers. She is 655 feef in lengfh wifh a beam of 86 feef. NEOSHO was launched on.November IO, I953. af fhe Befhlehem Sfeel Company, Quincy, Mass., and was sponsored by Mrs. John S. Phillips, wife of Rearfkdmiral John S. Phillips, USN, Refired. S. A y NEOSI-lO has equipmenf and devices specifically designed for fhe rapid fransfer of pefroleum producfs and cargo fo fhe forces afloaf operafing af high speed or in bad weafher. She is equipped fo carry a cargo of 'l3O,6OO barrels of fuel oil, 48,700 barrels of aviafion fuel and 8,000 barrels of diesel oil. The defensive armamenf of NEOSHO includes aufomafic loading rapid firing guns, fogefher wifh fhe lafesf fype of devices for fheir confrol. The lafesf developmenfs in fire fighfing equipmenf are insfalled. l-ler speed is considerably in excess of previous naval ships of her fype. ln keeping wifh U. S. Navy fradifion, U.S.S. NEOSHO is namd affer fhe Neosho River which flows fhrough oil producing counfry in Kansas and Oklahoma. 4 ,Wh wwf gw, N9 XAVE ' 5-Q 4,1 wfba-ans 29m- W' 'ae K. ,mv Yiiqnw ww nmmizf , Q. I y' f Q. 'V . ff X 4.4 Q X , W N, f X. - . K' 'A , , M 1 ' x Y v V THE CUMMA D in n If K V f I W ,vm-W J Nw -EM, f Warm- ff . WM I3 ' W fb " W fb 5 j , f Q?Wj'f , X- 7 ,, xy g .. ,f fix. -fly 'M y an x ,4 , :.,,, f Q- ,J A ' X Z ' 'Qs mi-I P ?, f fi 02-Wfwggf N , f , X X - , f lygmgzig ..-- , O2 . 1 ,76Q.ZM I V, .V A5295 I , KW-Sz , - ff..--,ff ,, , .Z , V X f 3- f -4N4y,. ff ,Q-W, W W 7 'WSW , yi CAPTAIN A. B. COXE, JR. I8 Dec. I954-I6 Sepf. I955 CAPTAIN A. B. ADAMS. JR I6 Sepf. l956 CAPTAIN N. E. SMITH 24 Sepf. I954-I8 Dec. l954 LCDR C. C. NICHOLS Execuiive OFFicer U. S. S. NEOSHO CAO-1439 cm FLEET Pos'r OFFICE NEW YORK, NEW YORK IN REPLY REFER T0 From: Commanding Officer To: ' All.Pmnds Subj: Two Years of Neosho History Part of the Navy now for almost two years, the Neosho has gone many miles to deliver her cargo in various parts of the globe. As the prototype for a new kind of fleet oiler, she has been the focus of much attention in her short history. The ship and crew have passed, with admirable efficiency, one acid test after another. with many of the kinks ironed out by underway training, the Neosho began really showing what she was built for during last year's midshipman cruise to Halifax, as evidenced by the fine compliments received from other members of the task group. And it was during her tour of duty in the Mediterranean that the ship came into her own as one of the most important components of the fleet. Leaving a trail of new Sixth Fleet fueling records, she received this message from Captain Hazen, Commander Service Force Sixth Fleet: UShe is a great ship merit- ing a well done in all respects.V In May of this year we returned to Europe for a few days with a stop in Lisbon after fueling the May NELM relief group. And more recently the Neosho has had the unusual task of carrye ing water to Bermuda to alleviate th shortage there. Each time, the men of the Neosho have exhibited the teamwork which delivered the goods when it counted. I take this opportunity to congratulate the Neosho's officers and men. This book stands as a dramatic testimonial to the fine accomplishment of AO lh3, A. B. ADAMS, Jr. 9 Captain, U. S. Navy Com anding Officer u.s.s. Nsosl-lo CAO-1433-1550-24 SEPTEMBER-1954 Band Seleclions , . Boslon Naval Base Band Lieulenanl D. O. Sullivan, Cl-IC, USN U. S. Naval l-lospilal lnvocalion . Chelsea, lvlass. ' Caplain P. W. Snyder, USN Commander lnlroduclion of Dislinguislied Ouesls . . Boslon Naval Slnipyard lnlroduclion of Rear Admiral J. A. Snaclcenberg, USN Commandanl, Firsl Naval Dislricl ..,. Caplain P. W. Snyder, USN Remarks and Inlroduclion of Honorable Leverell Sallonslall Rear Admiral U. S. Senalor from Massaclfiusells . . . J. A. Snaclcenberg, USN Address ........... . . Honorable Leverell Sallonslall Reading ol Navy Deparlmenl Orders lo Commission USS NEOSI-lO lAO-l43l . . .... Caplain P. W. Snyder. USN Ensign, Jack and Commission Pennanl are lioisled as -llie band plays llwe Nalional Anlliem.-l'l1e sliip is now in commission. Reading of Commanding Ollicer's Orders . Caplain N. E. Smilln, USN C . . ommanding Officer assumes command . . LieU+enan+ Commander C' C' Nichols! Firsl' walclw is self by Execulive Officer . . . ' USN Commanding Oillicer gives order lor llwe Personal Flag ol Rear Admiral J. A. Snaclcen- be-rg, USN, To be broken al Hue lruclc. Ruiclles and Flourislies. Admirals March. Remarks . BenedicTion . . Band SelecTions . CapTain N. E. SmiTh, USN . Commanding OTTicer ' Commander ' R. A. Vaughan, Cl-lC, USN . . BosTon Naval Shipyard . . BosTon Naval Base Band EXCERPTS OF THE ADDRESS DELIVERED BY SENATOR LEVERETT SALTONSTALL "This ceremony in which we are Taking parT This aTTernoon marks a poinT aT which The sTrongesT sTrands oT our naTional liTe are woven TogeTher. The paTienT research oT The scienTisT, The vision oT The designer, The skilled hand oT The craTTsman, The paTrioTic devoTion OT The oTTicers and men oT our Senior Service, The sacriTices oT our ciTizens Tor our naTional securiTy-all These are broughT TogeTher in This place and aT This Time. All have been devoTed To The vessel we are abouT To com- mission. We do well To pause and Think on This, To be proud and yeT humbly ThankTul." "We have done much, buT we musT do more, To make The armed Torces beTTer able To hold The skills which They develop. This is a problem 'To which my CommiTTee has devoTed many hours and will devoTe many more in The year ahead. ln all our deliberaTions, be assured oT This: We Thank- Mrs. LevereTT SalTonsTall, Mrs. N. E. SmiTh lwife of The Commanding Officerlq SenaTor'LevereTT Sal+ons+all and CapTain N. E. SmiTh, USN, leave USS NEOSHO TAO- I43l a'FTer commissioning ceremonies. Tully recognize and deeply appreciaTe The loyal and devoTed service being given To The people oT America and indeed The whole Tree world by Those who man our TleeT. "When you man your sTaTions and assume your duTies she will draw her TirsT breaTh and enTer liTe Tor beTTer or worse. lT is The ship's company, noT The ship, which enTers her name on The hon- ored pages oT naval hisTory. "WhaTever your rank or raTe, whaTever your assignmenT, whaTever recogniTion you receive, one TacT is cerTain: The course she sails Trom now on, is The course you seT Tor her." "This vessel which we welcome To ThaT TleeT Today TulTills one elemenT oT our obligaTion To you, her oTTicers and men, She is The TinesT vessel oT her class we know how To provide. To you now Talls The duTy oT,making her a working uniT in The deTense oT Treedom." ,. ADM P. W. Snyder, USN lThen CapTain Snyderl orders CapTain N. E. SmiTh, USN To place USS NEOSHO lAO- I43l in commission. E ? 5 L i 'i'fl'C.N .... 4 c :V 'fT NAVY NEWS RELEASE HEADQUARTERS, FIRST NAVAL DISTRICT PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICE ND-GEN I - S t 1 b H 1 VV'-M V NAVY-DPPO IND. BOSTON .230 Sh 23 ep sm cr 9 PLEASE HDLD EOE RELEASE UNTIL PLEASE uzoo P.M,, Friday, Cnsry september 2L, 195u W NAVY'S LARGEST EANKER Uss NEOSHO COEELEELQNEL Q? so The Navy's newest and largest tanker, the USS NE this afternoon at the Boston Naval Shipyard, Charle NEOSHO is the first tanker built for the Navy si II. She is the first of a new series of high-speed Principal Leverett Saltc Saltonstall wa Commandant of Following Conmander, commission The c I the becomes the res pons bility O1 . . , w E ntaining her in con 3 Ln , 4 peace or in war. E by Captain N. E. Sm reading of his watch set aboard th of the Bethlehc Mass., the NEOSHO was launched on November 10, 1953 I I Mrs. John S. Phillips, wife Qf Rgar Admiral Phi1lip,,4 IHC? bO1'1Ei'I301' , USE, Snyder, USN, ers to of a ship of of breaking the ner Commanding f W, . 46 X , i y r mow 3 M, , sm , N s X-T' 5 X ' ,X55Qg5,Xs1s 11: is Xs "asiXrf,. T QP sf, .cf-'jgis-'f.sF N. X f ' s' 9 X .X as 5 f .T WO s- wi i ...., ' Q may ggs ,X T , is 5' X i , K S slvv ss K ,,.X,Nm'm www 3. Wm X ,X ,. ,, .X -.MN IT all The Opplans, OpOrds, and lvlovOrds The NEOSHO has worked under were laid end To end, They mighT noT reach Too very Tar: buT They would deTiniTely show ThaT The I43 goes nowhere wiThouT some heavy looking, lisTening, Thinking and doing by Ops and his men... Though buried Tor days in The day-To-day maze oT paper work, Training, mainTenance- oT equipmenT and spaces, eTc., The "O" Division knows ThaT mosT oT Their rouTine work is poinTed Toward know-how and alerTness Tor The days when xml Tim 0 Ai,sfQiail1' Tub x MT' fl ,Z ,vs Q 7 3 4 if Q PER TIO The NEOSHO is TesTed aT sea: and, especially, To- ward The high spoTs, The momenTs when "The chips are down." When The imporTanT message beams in, when The unidenTiTied conTacT is sighTed, when The weaTher closes in and The eyes OT The radar are The only good eyes, when The defense alerT is in- voked, when The hoisT goes up To execuTe a new TormaTion, when The mechanical eyes and ears of The ship musT be mainTained aT peak eTFiciency, and, oT course, all The unexpecTed momenTs war mighT cause . . . "Flash," "Mayday," "Collision Course"-These are some oT The words ThaT sTand Tor Those mo- menTs. They mean spliT-second decisions musT be made where The greaTesT responsibiliTy Tor The ship's quick acTion lies wiTh a handful oT key Gp- eraTions personnel . . . On The NEOSHO They've meT These challenges superbly . . . . . LTJG John R. LFSON LCDR will-am o. TURNBULL KOCHENBACH ENS Lew S W WO operahons Omcer Communicafions Officer Assistant 8226 un C ions ,. P: ap EJ' w 21 250' Km Zi Ei, 54 Eg! Q! 9 ,N Q., ff W H E WE 55 fi I J ' 1 E Q, J f 0 9-rf' Q1 xovl 4 94 C3005 5 Q mv Y-YK5 9-92. 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N 'f f ms , 61 ,, , Q. X . .Alix A A , Q f f .sf sf fc Q Q, ' 1 V, f . XV ,- . iw f , Z ,Z X , 5 A2 3 'K f X X . 9 , I -" 'Q ' X ' A 'Q 1 , Q- LQ -A f' vi' 1 4 1 f.-'Wf Wig! ,HM W, Q gg-f, W ,. X5 f H xg Zag- fi f Ask .1 . .M J. 1, 1 f,QWi W M a I f K? fx ff Q If bw Q fhf' 'Q T y Kg TT ' -if .. I If ff aurice L, May, Lieufenani There's a IoT oT sweaT, a loT oT curses, a loT OT impaTience . . . buT when you Tumble inTo your rack or sTumble up To The bridge Tour an unwelcome Tour hour waTch, you Teel, aTTer a day's Tueling, ThaT you ve done an im- porTanT iob . .. . , You knew ThaT when you land The whole shipl were baphzed ThaT TIFST day in The Med . . . in 20 hours I6 ships came To receive The Tuel Caffled 2500 miles. ..ATTerThaT you could Take iT . , . nighT and day, in The rougheST weaTher, The lines shoT over, and The hoses snake Their way across To The ships oT The SixTh FleeT . . . Q For The "F" Division The Navy had anoTher special lcind oT lob . . . Teaching a horse To scrap like a bulldog . . . Tor iT They gave yOU The slashing TeeTh oT a Tin can-5"f38's and 3"f50's . . . and you learned . .. The many TaTTered "sleeves" prove ThaT . .. , BuT Tor The FirsT and Second Divisions . . .you sweep and scrub and painT, run The boaTs. sTand The waTches . . . and maybe nobody pays Too mUICl1 aTTenTion To This rouTine . . . buT when you swing The span wire ouT, y0U Fe running The show, delivering The goods . . .doing The iob ThaT a superTanlcer is builT To do . .. 1. DIVISION. OFFICERS I ' . I wiIniarg:hgS?qRooN, John F. PITTAS. me Norbert c. Jones, me DIVISION CHIEF PETTY OFFICERS Edward L. LAFORCE, FTCg Ishmael F. BAIN, BMCg Roberf J. HEMSTOCK GMC. DIVISION FIRST CLASS PETTY OFFICERS John W, SMALLMON FTI Walfer N. MOONEY GMI ,,lIlI I Av . 'Q . .' Q Wyaff H YOUNG BMI Thomas A. LOVELL, BMIQ Lucian J. MORIN, GMI: Frank LANGSTON, Jr., GMI: W in H I fl! ' L 3 C f 5 if , I I RN 2. Q if Xie.. X- C: 5 D. Orville L. BYRD, FTI Roy L. O'QUlNN, GMI . .A ..,,. W- 51: I I I I I I I 3 I II QI I MI III I I II II I I I I II I I II V I , s I I I I I 1 I. I I p FIR DIV SID S . , 3 ocx, SN: s J H. THOMPSON, SN, Clarence M. FINK, SN: Robert J, GIBBON, YN3g John Dom W' ALEXANDER' SN' Samuel A BA C H. HUCKSY Alexander s. MAISUK, SN. wruirofn BROWN, Jf..s1 JI E. ALVERSON, amz, chofaoo P. PARKS, amz, James J. ROBBINS, BMJ, Cum, L. Mc,DAN,ELl SN WIlIiam C. LONG, am I John M. CRAWFORD, SN Gmane PERRETTOI SN ' , ' Vernon D. FRIEND, SN William J. VOLZ, SN I' +I I I Richard JACQUES, SN Roberf G. LINDLEY, SNg Terry A. WILLIAMS, BM3g Ralph L. DAVIDSON, BM3g Dwighf C. STOUT I Harold E. BURGE, SN I Edw I VATO, SN: John J. CUNNIE, SN. "' ""' L""U"" SN: Wharf MARUN' SNI Wi"IPm J' NELSON. SN: Haves J. PORTIER. SNg warlord P. scHucK, SNg rhonnoo L. TRO- I I SEC DIVI I0 Raymond R, MELLO, SN: Isaac ATENCIO, SN: Carmine CRETELLA, SNg L DAVENPORT SN' B bb . SN: Robert MA MANAESBI SN- . . O y J. FRUITS, SN, Gary L. GROVES, can F. CARPENTER, SN, James E. cox, BM2g Eugene D. aucgc, sms, Earl w, PARSONS, sms, Allen E. GANN, am- James RUDOLFH BM2g Francis J. RYAN, Jr., SN, Pefer DALETTO, SN, JunIuS J. Charles E. CARMICHEAL, SN: PORTIER, SN S' Michael SAM ENTELLO, SN , , 1 , 4 F 41 I 'wuiam I . ff fa . , 1 , -,, gi' f 9 5, A- Q: John S. FLANNERY. SN . A .f , . 4 A ,f , U, f-at , . f , Af 'Af , - , my famyy fw LW R .WA , ,M ax ., . .L , ,V ,AW Q5 4443, , Mg, z gw-X' ', ' Ag 4 ' Q.. s4fvmfgQ?w,w.Zg.,w4 A A A xf .- , . ,WA ,Ga-f ,W W . ' 'z . ., . 'SW W7 5-S" . :FW 690 KT V - 5 ff f 4 If , ,X . . .,,, ., , X, f, . 2 2' . , ,.?-wavy Q' .4 " ,- ' fffwff 2 f 1. 'W ' 7 Q A gf' 1 ,N ff f f A "" 4: "7 ,JN Q52 . I X. 5 I -S gi M , NWN ' A Q2 Z 7 Q N? Csa 1 - 1. 1- " , 4 f L '-a 11105 rfar f ' Donald R. GAUDET, SN 2. , ' 7" f ,, A 1 - z7Z:,v " f Henry J. SULLIVAN, SN Maxie STENSON, SN Leland L. JOHNSON, SN: Cliffon E. RODGERS, SN, Denis F. SEIZ, SN, Edward A. SULLIVAN, SNg French A. SNAPP, SNQ Alvin J. WHITE, SN, Roberf T. SHIVELY, SN. FOX'I'ROT DI I0 Donald F. LIGHTSEY, GM3. L A CAMPBELL GW. Henry B GEORGE sm- Donald K. AusT1N, Gm, Charles T. CACHELIN,lFT3g John J. P, Kms, FTS: Paul L 60 . i i ' ' ' x, cf- .Iif ' fi 7 I ' ww y L ,K Aw A SOLTYS, GM3g Richard W. CLUTTER, GM3. ffm r ' S K W ! 'X X I , X Xu 1' A 1 T., f . van w. MCKNIGHT, GM3. Samuel S. LONG, GM3. Bruce T. BULLER, FT3. X I I W Z . if . M 1 D J I V' ky W J!!', . . Vg David LIPSCOMB, Jr., FTB: Raymond J. BEECROFT, SNg James E. ELKINS, SN: William R. HOBBS, SNg Lonnie WILLIAMS, SA. "'f'W7'W'VfW7 ff f 8 3.52 4 P 5.5 3 .I Q 5 f S .WX W 5 Q 4. iw W5 X . W. wx . M. X x QW 2 4 f - V gif- if A+. -5 ffif f .' W QB, X B Xf ,- ' ' 4. ,.. K 4 . , f, f Q J f, .f W ffwiy . Www 4 ' Vw fax' X W -J , - .Q.,. 4 Q 5.1.4215 WV vi s fi fm -l .5 .Mfg .ff Qyy?g4W.7Z44Qy,fiz'z W 4 4 , .. 2-yff .X . M! sf f - 1 ..-K7 . W? s C fur .WS Q4 A., am, ZS W, ,. . 4... W My f ' sf 1 .. 4' 'Www .fff . . Q .cf ' fy f .zkyfdf .L 3- VMM. -'LQ 45 0' wif , X 7 W V1 gfwk " "" """vff, ' I K 1 i v 3 E 5 2 L wa 4 N, NXYIIX. Xi VX , P 7 ik' 4193 S ,X cyx UQYLW Kg, ff l X-2 llF Xi Moving norTh wiTh a hunTer-Killer group lAnTie- Tam, Two submarines, and eighT cansl primed as a midshipman air cruise, The NEOSI-IO made a Tive day sTop in l-laliTax, Nova ScoTia in July oT her TirsT operaTing year... While The oTher members oT The Task group lay along The Town side, The ship docked aT The Gun WharT in DarTmouTh iusT below The bridge . . . and There was much good sighTseeing: The CiTa- del, TorTress sTronghold overlooking The ciTy,'wiTh The mariTime and miliTary museums, ciTy hisTory and, parTicularly, pho-Tos oT The World War I explosion which killed abouT 2000 l-laligonians and oT The convoys which assembled over 30.000 ships There during World War ll . . , Dalhousie and ST. Mary's UniversiTies . . . The Town Cloclc . . . BesT oT all were The parTies given by l-TMCS STadaco-na, The Canadian Naval Base . . . Tor oTTicers and enlisTed men . . , The hospiTaliTy oT The very generous I-laligonians . .. Q w1swW,,.M me sr 7, f so - C1 P A-. Twig? ,X f E-3 fit lY is 'Q' uw 5 LTJG Daniel J. KOCZOROWSKI Supply Officer There are Three Things a supply officer dislikes when he's in The line of duTy: money, ice cream and line officers wiTh a superiorify complex. So, when someone says "When's payday?" lor a variaTion, lu need special pay"l. "When'sz geedunk gonna' open?" for anoTher varlaflon. "When'sza sTore gonna' open?"7 or "Boy, ThaT Supply's a rackeT -all 9006 supply officers geT a glazed look in Their eye and are noT responsible for Their acTions. You can Tell The NEOST-lO's supply personnel by ThaT wild-eyed look. lip To Their ears all day in sTores, spare parTs, records, figures, eTc., you noTice Them creep ouT of ThaT office abou+ l.95O wiTh chairs on Their backs, squlni aT The brighT moonlighT and peer aT The nighT's movie lThey favor murder naysfiriesl, only To be drawn back To a midnighT vigil over pay records and T e i e. AcTually They don'-T do anyThing. You walk inTo The Supply Office and iT auTomaTically seTs off a pre-arranged plan-TypewriTers clickling, adding machines buzzing, pens scraTching, and a IoT of confusing Talk abouT 'ob orders, code numbers, dollars and cenTs. And you can never Talk To Them for fear you're inTerrupTing some imporTanT ThoughT. BUT The minule YOU walk ouT of There They laugh and laugh, for They've fooled you again. . Of course all of Supply is noT The office, There's associaTed indusTrIeS2 cooks, medics, sTewards, laundrymen, barbers, Tailors. They all seem To work hard Too. YeT. we have To say, "WhaT would we do wiThouT Them?"-buT we hope They don'T hear iT. ?"N 1 X G 9,aWh9,SF HM x,GWo ,AE George F. PICKERING, sxc- anne s, J'ENKlNS,SKI. ' 3 . . oxas VXYM' rU'gRx.xP- Frank R, BOND, SK2g Edgar fnj PARRIS, SK3g Fred M. BELCH, DK3. ' 0. QW' 0 L90 Mar! ' SKA Leonard C. ALMOND, SNg Arfhur F. WATSON, SN. 'Q Robeff W- ZUMMAK.SHIg Dewey L. DOWNEY, sr-ng Carmine D. FAsANo, sm: Silvesfor J. Rlzzo, sl-131 James L. TURNER, SHS: John L. runs SH3g Donald c. SAPP, sr-43. UU!! U Lenora lnl DARLING SD2 Salvador L. PANGELINAN, SD2 John un PRINCE, sos Kelly lnl DUNNING TN Rene lnl TIRADO, TN Hamplon lnl CRUM, Jr., SA James lnl MOSES, SD2: George R. JONES, SDI: Allan W. CURRIER, CSCg OHO T. ARMONEIT, C52 S3 Chesfercgal-10043 Charles S. BROWN CS3 Thurman O. MOSS, CS3 Theodore L. MORRISON. CS3 Homer E. WILLIAMS CS3 Richard A. ODEGAARD. 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The NEOST-TO was builT Tor more speed Than any auxiliary had ever made. Speed means beTTer maneuverabililry and more eTTicienT overall operaTion wiTh oTher ships since a TorrnaTion musT assume The speed oT The slowesT ship To aTTord maximum proTecTion Tor slow ships. So iT's The sailors Trom The "lvl" and "B" gangs ThaT suddenly become very imporTanT when yo,u're on cruises like The l-TaliTax and NELM Trips where The NEOST-IO is conTinually pushed aT Top speeds To keep up wiTh The big and small boys: and so iT is Tor kicking ThaT ThroTTle during a man overboard drill or when anchoring or mooring. And The "R" gang garnered a chunk oT The crediT Tor The ship's brillianT Tueling Triumph: she broke all exisTing records Tor pumping raTes To all Types oi ships in The SixTh FleeT . . , probably a world's record. Too . . . OT course, an "E" gang man migh+ noT say his job is The mosT imporTanT. buT he'll be guick To Tell you iT's The mosT hazardous considering some OT The movies he shows. And if you sTill don'T believe he can'T run inTo any- Thing more dangerous Than a Tew liTTle shocks, Talk To The elecTrician who was ThreaTened in eighT languages aTTer The power had blown To his lighTing rig aT The boaT landing in Tangiers. W ' And iT "A" is Tor "apple" iT's also Tor "auxiliaries" and if you war1T To know, how imporTanT The "A" gang is, Try living wiThouT hoT waTer Tor a while or wiThouT an operaTing uTiliTy boaT when The ship's aT anchor. Convincing, isn'T iT. CHMACH Jas. E. GRUNDY Main Propulsion Assisfanf M f Q f W Q M g DIVI Carl S. THOMAS, MMIg William M. BUCHANNAN, MMIg Roberl' D. MARTIN. MMC. Barry S. MILLER, MM3g Leo J. CHARPENTIER, MM3g George K. EGBERT, ENI, John D. BAILEY, YN3g Juanifo R, AGBULCS, ENS: Vkolghff L. JoHNsoN, Mm. , , Frank lnl JONES. FNg Herman E. STEINERT, FN: William "R" SHUMAN. Jf Fred K. KELLEY, FN. Je W DI I0 V, . I qfNl.lvwc X 4X0 lllllff x X Aw 1 fa . K Q . lfkrfmfy 19? of E . 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J ' as X X sv s, Nw z s n Us sg ' A decade laler World War ll scars slill re- main on Jrhe walerfronl , . , for lhe NEOSHO , Naples meanl a fuel lill . . . lor NATO Naples means Soulhern European headquarlers . . . and how well some oi lV1ussolini's "dream" buildings Serve lhal organizalion , . . A vivid blend ol lhe sordid and swanlc, old Napoli was a place lo buy, wilrh salesmen galore . . . especially, gloves, oil painlrings, cameos . . . ol course, some gol' no lurlher Jrhan Jrhe lure of NATO exchange bargains... Bur for a few, Naples meanl mosf a chance +0 go norlrh in llaly , . , lo see Jrhe beau+iful color and earlhiness of Jrhe Halian counlryside llrhe woman wilh fa+ bundles on Jrheir heads, Jrhei hand plows, Jrhe church-going Jrhrongs of peoplel . . . and lo marvel al Jrhe old and new lhal is Rome . .. Caplain Adams relieved Caplain Coxe . . . A if PF- N Nik' X' Y ii "-- 481 ffl!! 0 'fail 'Z G 1 i W, M V I . , 1" I ZZ., V1.2 - ' fi? v Z .1 I ll UK r 'Fl 1 jk Q ' ff A Xl , ,4 f , X K xg J i l il ' f X 3 I ffilk KW, Nl lf: 'W M J ,s W ,Aw s, 4' sf s 2, 35.4 I ,S i f gr- fs .fs 'P' 4,-, z 5 W 4 if l RDME I 4 -...,,,...,,,,,,, f Wm. 'Q 1' Q1 'iw f A' ,f P X,f, S X 1 G w Z? 4? 22, 4 ,Z . , 7 ,L h ffwkkfl 'E THE RIVIEII The NEOSI-IO non-millionaires made capilal ol a millionaire's inlernalional paradise . , . wilhoul Mercedes Benz, yachl or villa Jrhey slill found high excilemenl ol Jrhe less expensive variely . , . A lol of high spols . . .lhe day Tour lo Monle Carlo lwilh side lrips lhrough The Casino and Princess Grace's Monacan duplexl, along lhe Grand Corniche lo lhe Eagle's Nesl high in lhe hills and winding up al lhe Grasse perlumeryg or lhe lour lo Valberg, in lhe lvlarilime Alps . . . lillle Golle Juan, lhe Admiral, slealc and eggs ...Jrhe Armislice Day in Cannes ceremony where our honor guard ioined soldiers of France and Belgium lo pay lribule lo Prince Alloerl I ol Belgium . . . a really merry Chrislmas parly on board for 48 wide-eyed French youngslers , . . and, bul of course, lhe Bikinis on The beach . . . Q P ' ig, Ww j K fs ' L i - ii'-. " Q N ll' m y 1 xx 1 X i qu we 1 W. J ,M ,W WM 4 X 5 S 'YW' 2. ,NO K QM' X W 2' avi fvfff. ffe 4' f 41 1 X ' W N692 wx - E wr if fa, .wp , . v' . f ' 4 , ,, fy, V ,,,.f .,, W, , fifg ' . , QV A A f"f In K Mn!" 4 'vi -naw! 'Q -, Q Z, jx. 3 , hbf, -A' .. ,f V wb A V. s X ' Q ,f QM 4, W .,, if wr ,- 52 W -4, A ' W, - ,M 55 N ' K. yy . 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The whole place is a.Spanish bargain basemenT . . . on The peseTa basis again, wiTh narrow sTreeTs, joined by high sTairways and lined wiTh shopscarrying Tine cloThing, needleworlc, wroughT iron ware, glassware . . . Travel all over in well-preserved l92O vinTage Taxis and pay Tare ThaT'd iusT abouT cover The Tip To a New York CiTy cabby . . . and ouTside The ciTy a Tine counTryside ThaT lures many a well-heeled inTernaTional vacaTioner . . . URC I 'Q T QL ia. ' NN AX' fx -,fl ' ' xg ova X v5Q'QVNflQ .1 w. --' , I ix K X 5 - mo' N I X.. 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J. ziEei.ER, YN3 s. J. Rizzo, sl-I3 J. J, P. KING, Fra Welfare and Recreation Council , W, W ,,.,...,1 Welfare and Recreaiion is really a preiiy sluiriy name for lhe organized enlreriainmenr a council composed of Jrhe ship's officers and enlisled men can cook up for Jrhe crew's relaxa- 'rion . . . Variely-an appeal lo every poinl of view lwilhin limiisl- is Jrhe keynoie . . . and Jrhe NEQSHO "Welfare and Rec" Council has done a bang-up iob . ., NEOSI-IO reams, soflball and baskelball, saw much aciion all over Jrhe Medilerranean las well as in Norfolkl, and compeling noi only wi'rh service Teams, bul also wilh ihe local Jralenl . .. A few enlerprising fasl Jralkers look over WNEO and have kepi The music rocking our during long a+ sea periods . . . plank owners' cerliiicaies and Jrhis book were engineered by The Council . . . and lhe ship's library . . , The Chrislrmas parlry in Golfe Juan for underprivileged children . . . and, of course, ihe ship's parries . . . for all of Jrhese ihere is lhai small group of men, The Council, which is willing lo make a liilrle exira-curricular eiciorlr for lheir shipmaies . ,, M... ...M V 0 ww N ali 'Wa Xa My fl 1' wwg,-, 'f A f MA H fm , , sv' Z ? 2,4-V WZ. ,My , 'ff 'K' 2? www .W f an Mm .H-N-A"""""' mlm x , M 1 wkfd Tffr Ui ' '7 iii? Sb ll B0 Nobody expecled lhis one . . . slaled lo ac- company lhe May NELM reliel group across and relurn wilhoul louching land, lhe- NEOSHO wound up sailing up lhe Tagus River alone lo drop lhe hook lor live days belore lhe Porluguese capilal cily . . . This loo was a cil lilled wilh man shops Y Y - here lhe specialilies being gold lil gree work and Madeira linen ...and again NEOSHO sailors lol- lowed lhe old pallern . . , and scallered . . .some lo wilness lhe yearly igrimmage lo nearby Fa- lima, a major world religious evenl . . . some. nol so lar, lo lhe beach and casino la minor league Monle Carlol al Esloril . . . some lo lhe Tower ol Belem or coach museum . . . and some no lurlher lhan Bar Philadelphia or lhe like . ., LAMB Q gy LQ, C100 . ff N i gxoyam BERMUD VViH1 nol 'foo muclw draH +o spare. Hue NEOSHO Jrwice wiH1in a monH1 slood inlo Bermuda's one way clwannel, Hue Narrows, carrying a Jrolal of four million gallons ol wa+er lo Hmirsly Ber- mudians . . . Mooring all ol a Dulclw submarine by Hwe big crane al Hie Brilislw Doclcyard, Hwe ship grabbed a lead lweadline in Hue local paper for Hs mercyi mission . . . and Hue second Jrime, docking al Hme Naval Slalion, more headlines . . . again Hue super AO lnow redubbed AWl had pul info one of Hwe world's plush resorlrs, Hwis one minus any language barrier. . . Nalurally, Hme unexcilable islanders Jroolc our visilr as a maHer of course . . . Hiere was casual menlion of giving "H1e boys" a small "wafer-boHle" campaign ribbon . ,. a few were decoraled . . . wiH1 busled limbs for reckless molor-bilcing . . .ls+illH1e large number of single female lourisls seemed Jro enjoy our visil , . . XM, GQSFXQ N'YSXYxmisxx Nkoxm J' YN omgkxk Vaci an W T mx'Xs.s1f:s: ? b 10, , , akin 2 ' ' "fb, 3335 'Shea rvxxig ,,, 3-'wx fm E l qi ff '-rv YY L 'x , ' . 3 v as iv --g.:, , X V . tm? E , Aa, Q kg- X Q -, 1 ., . 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