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Gnmim NOEL 1614135 ' CN TARGET , Q h DEPANf5fEjx ,igrvvxl f':g mm 121964 1fl?RH5Y f fy wEsTPAc I wiiiiiiiiilllllii , HISTORY OF THE USS NOBLE IAPA-2182 The USS NOBLE- was built by Permanente Metal Corporation and fitted out by the Kaiser Ship- yard at Richmond, California, in 1944. She was launched on 18 October 1944 and commissioned on 27 November of the same year. The NOBLE was named in honor of Noble County in Indiana, Ohig and Oklahoma. A In January of 1945 the NOBLE steamed to the Far East. On 21 March final preparations were made for her first invasion of the War, The Okinawa Landing. Just after midnight on 31 March, the NOBLE encountered her first actual enemy attack, a Japanese air raid. She dropped anchor and for the next five days unloaded her troops and cargo amidst continuous air raids. On 5 April the NOBLE left Okinawa having suffered damage to neither personnel or the ship. - In the months that followed, the NOBLE conducted confidential ops around Nihoa Island, went to San Francisco for her first leave and upkeep period and came back to the Far East carrying ten million yen for the occupation forces. I-Ier arrival in Okinawa was greeted by a post HV-J Dayv Japanese air raid tht damaged several ships, but the NOBLE suffered no damage. She then sailed for Korea where an amphibious landing was made there without incident. While in Korea the NOBLE was delegated to embark the released allied war prisoners for removal to Manila. The ship had the honor of having Admiral Thomas C. KINCAID, as a visitor, who boarded the NOBLE to render a word of comfort to the emaciated prisoners. 3 www, .,.....a:4g..,.....-.-..i........a....-.-s.f...a.1a...:....,6. ' -' - ' " M ' .. . m m '- . fwfr w- V,-J-. wr, -:Q---ff.--.. -a..-49. ., -,, .. -, ,. ,, f . . l 1 M, ,, , , .:uma-4-u,un-...Q.h..agsaq..n4:.-b.m..n.w.aa..u-.mx-maL.a...u.....,.a-i.a...,.-..g,...-... f ......., -"f"vT""'f"f WWWWt'mmmw1'm"MwF1wvW'mmwmvq nmvvv,w . . . . - . , . -nv-Q.,-..-.,-.,,.,.,.,,,.,.,.,.,,, ,m,, ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,, , , U ,M In October with a full load of Marines and cargo, the NOBLE sailed up the Yellow Sea through a flood of floating mines, sinking several enroute to her destination, Tsingtao, China, where a successful landing was made. Operations immediately after the war' included participation in the HIVIACIC CARPET OPERA- TION,,' which was the returning of U.S. servicemen from the Pacific combat zone. The NOBLE made three trips carrying these men. In February 1946 she was assigned to the Atlantic Fleet and passed through the Panama Canal. She participated in several exercises and was used as a Reserve Training ship. Then in September 1949, CNO ordered the NOBLE home, her period of TAD in the Atlantic was over. She then took part in local and Hawaiian Operations. In July 1950 while the NOBLE was in overhaul, work had to be accelerated by the news of the Communist invasion of South Korea. All in- complete projects were hastily completed and the NOBLE sailed for Korea in August. On 15 September 1950 found the NOBLE with dozens of other ships and thousands of troops anchored off Inchon Uinsenj, Korea, all massed for the Amphibious assault on this Communist held city. For the remainder of the year the NOBLE shuttled from area to area prckrng up and off loading frghtm men Besides carrying U S Marines she carried ROK troops and Puerto Rican artrllerymen The NOBLE sailed from Pusan to combat areas always in constant danger of attack This ended the NOBLE S part in the Korean Conflict She returned to San Diego and 111 July 1953 she sailed a arn for Korea In August she arrived at Koje Do Korea to participate rn Operatron BIC SWITCH the movin of Communist North Korean prisoners from Ixoje Do to Inchon pursuant to the armistrce agreement . , , . . . v Q . Q - , . 0. O- W 0- 7 D I . . - 1 0 ' O. . ' . . . . , . . . I 7 ' . 1 . 7 u 1 O- . . l ' - . M 1 Q . w Q 0. . 0- 1 . . 7 , C ' . . ' ' ' ' ' ' 4 L . 7 7 ' ' - , , O. -, 7 9 7 Q , , 5 ' ' g ' 7' - . . . , . -. O. - x. 1 ....-........ ' mf- .f.-..r....:-r..af..s-a-..... - -' -.-.-in-a.. ' Q ...-s-. 'f t ' a s-...s...:..-.. ' ' - " "i " '- - ' " ' -' ' K' ' L-3' " ' '11 ' 'f ' " f -f ' - ' " '- " ' .- ...aww-u---.....,..... .......... ' -.s.-..K.....,.. .. .M ,--..... - U The NOBLE returned to her normal duties in the States, with a tour to the Western Pacific each 18 months. While on such a tour of the Far East in February 1955, she was ordered to sail for the Tachen Islands to assist in the evacuation of the Nationalist Chinese civilian and mili- tary personnel. The NOBLE had a busy week, but highly productive, she had carried over 4,800 Chinese Nationalists to Formosa. During the period 1955 to 1962 the ship participated in several amphibious operations and tours of duty in the Westem Pacific. The NOBLE even became a star in the movies. The ship's services were loaned to Hollywood, and the NOBLE appeared in three movies: MAWay All Boats," "D-Day: Sixth of June," and MBetween Heaven and Hell." On 27 October 1962, the NOBLE departed San Diego for the Caribbean loaded with over 1,400 Marines. The Noble operated in that area until tensions subsided in Cuba and she returned to her home port in December. Since that time, the ship has continued to maintain its high state of readiness through refresher training, amphibious operations, and now another tour to the Western Pacific. CHARACTERISTICS Over-all-length ....... -,----- 4. 55' . 3" Beam ....,................ ,---- 6 2' . lwn Maximum Draft ....--. ---------- 2 LL' Maximum Speed ,,,.,,, --R-,----,-----.------------------ 1 3 kts 5hip'S Personnel .-...... ........ 3 15 Enlisted, 30 Officers TTOOP C3P3CitY ------ .... ..... 1 , 500 Enlisted, 100 Officers Afmament ------------------------------. 40 mm mounts f 1 quad, 4 dualj Water Capacity fdistillingj .,.... ,-,-,,,-,,..,,-,,-.-. 4 0,000 gals per day Displacement ...........,,,,,.,,,,. --------------- 9 ,500 tons Weight of Anchors C25 ........ r,,r..rr 1 1,00O1bS each Number of Landing Craft ,.,,-- --.-.------.---------- 2 4 ....f...e.-. uu-..,........ - 1... ..g-4.-...:..ua.4.-..:.......w ' " " ' ' H- u " ' " ' " "H" ' - b- ,. Y' 11Hs bbok is dedhxued.to the nunnory of JCHN F. KENNEDY 1917-1963 .-.............s.-.--- CAPTAIN H. W. HALL JR. USN COMMANDING OFFICER CAPTAIN H. W. HALL, ,I r., who assumed command of the f APA-2181 on 7 December 1962 was born in Des Moines, Iowa, on 17 December 1917. After attending San Diego State College and the University of Cali- fornia at Berkeley, he graduated from the Naval Reserve Midshipman School at Northwestern University in December 1940. CAPT HALL,s active and varied career includes tours on the USS MISSISSIPPI QBB-415, the USS MISSOURI fBB-631, on the Staff of Commander 7th Fleet, and with the Bureau of Naval Personnel. He has commanded the USS KLEINSMITH IAPO-1341 and the USS HAILEY IDD-556j. A graduate of the General Line School of the U.S. Naval Acad- emy, he has also been a student at the Armed Forces Staff College and the Naval War College. CAPT HALL came to the NOBLE from duty as Assistant Chief of Staff with COMSTBIKFORSOUTH at Naples, Italy. CAPT HALL now lives in Coronado with his wife and son. , .- . , H, . V .. - - ,,,, '-ff. 'ry-f--. -1.-f : 1.-'15-1 - - E..-1 .- .3 Um -'A V Zi- - 4,.,,nm5,, i W-A --vm few-v-'rv-eff'-rv-rv -fc." -vw- W -w- .mmvmmpw -..,.,.-.........,..,... , . . . . .. ,, ,. , .. A - . , , -f-.--,....-,.-.f....,,f-m--.-m.-,-wp-,..,..-,,,.-,-,.- 1M..........-.-.-..,..,......-.m.-,'-,..-,-,...p-,....,.F....r....,..,.... CAPTAIN'S MESSAGE The NOBLE,s deployment to the Western Pacific this year has been marked with outstanding success. As a member of the Seventh Fleet Amphibious Force, and more particularly as a member of the Amphibious Ready Group, we were fre- quently called upon to demonstrate our readiness at unusual times and under difficult circumstances. On each and every such occasion NOBLE not only met its commitments, but was first to load and first to sail when ordered. It is a tribute to the crew that every commitment was met by every Depart- ment throughout the deployment without accident, incident or delay. ln addition to its fine operational record in support of U.S. policy in the Western Pacific, NOBLE also had a most successful training year. It earned the annual Amphibious Assault Award, the White MEP for excellence in gunnery, and the Bed MEM for excellence in Engineering. lt completed all exercises required for the training year despite many in- terruptions due to weather and changes in operational schedules. Our crew can be proud of its fine personnel record. Good Conduct Medals were awarded to 22 men during the deployment, while l00 were promoted to the next higher rating. NOBLE was the single ship within Amphibious Squadron ONE to be nominated for the annual PHIBPAC Personnel Excellence Award. This has been a productive and successful cruise which has given us a sense of pride and satisfaction in fulfilling a difficult assignment. l am proud and happy to have been your Captain on this deploy- . 97 ' ' ment, and to have been a part, of a crew with so much ucan do spirit. H. W. HALL JR. CAPTAIN, U.S. NAVY ,..... ... c .s.v..4.f..... ...f. - -... " 4- - 'M "F" ' " "' 7' ' ' ' ' V V ' ' ' -' ' 'f f' " ' ' " .- -.,.,,...,..,-.........,.,a.........-x......,.a......,.- ....4.-----.u..---- EXECUTIVE OFFICER'S MESSAGE As the year 1963 comes to a close and another long watch with the SEVENTH Fleet Amphibious Ready Group in the Western Pacific has ended, we return to our homes to spend the Christmas holidays with our families and loved ones. Each of you can rightfully look back over the past year with a sense of satisfaction and pride in a job uvlfell Done." The HCan Do Spirit" that has so characterized NOBLE during this past year reflects the high qualities of leadership, professional performance, personal pride and attention to duty of all hands. I have been very fortunate to have had the pleasure to serve with such a uFir'st Class Fighting Outfiti' that proved over and again they could be uFirst" in any and all undertakings. N. O. ADELFSON COMMANDER, U.S. NAVY COMMANDER NORMAN O. ADELFSON USN EXECUTIVE OFFICER Commander Norman O. Adelfson, USN, entered the Navy in 1942 as an enlisted Aviation Elec- tronics Technicians Mate and after further schooling was commissioned as an Ensign in 1944. He spent the early part of his career as an Aviation Engineering Officer maintaining both Fighter and Patrol type aircraft ashore and then served afloat rn the carriers USS WASP QCV 18j and USS RENDOVA fCVE 114 Hrs first duty with the Amphibious Force was rn 1946 when he joined the USS SEVIER QAPA 2331 as Boat Group Commander This was followed by a two year tour aboard the USS UNION QAKA 106 during which time he participated in two Arctic Expeditions ln 1949 Commander Adelfson attended General Line School at Monterey and then went to the Atlantic Fleet Destroyer Force reporting aboard USS JOHNSTON f DD 8211 at Newport RI Late 1951 he joined the faculty at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute as an Assistant Professor of Naval Science After two academic years of teaching at R Pl with the intervening summer spent aboard USS MERE DITH KDD 890D in Northern European waters he returned to Destrovers for duty first reporting for a tour aboard USS STURTEVANT I DE 239D followed by duty on the Staff of Commander Destroyer Flotilla TWO In 1956 Commander Adelfson reported to the Superintendent of the U S Naval Academy where he spent the next three years teachrng Electrical Engineering to Midshipmen A return to the Pa cific Fleet Amphibious Force rn 1959 found hrm first with the USS PR NCETON QLPH 51 then serving on the Staff of the Force Commander ln January 1963 Commander Adelfson assumed hrs present duty as Fxecutrve Officer of NOBLE . . . . , - . ' - . . ' ' 0 1 u -I A 0 ' 0 - l . ' D . 1 Q , ' 9 ' , . . 111 E E u Q 0 5 . . . . ' . ' u s l U 0 I I O- E ' . . . . - - . . 9 . 7 . - . . . . l V n . . . o' - - - - 1 , I ' ' Q 1 , . ' ' 'I' T o Q - . 0. Q , . 5 ' ' r. ' 0 J . . . , . . ,. , , - - "" " ' ' ' ' ' """vR-ww1nwv-m-n-wq-rwasmp.-vunnn,wa.-w.mvuw.v,-u..-,-.,, TABLE 0F CCNTENTS PRESENTATION OF DEPARTMENTS PORTS OF CALL EVENTS OF SPECIAL INTEREST On Target . . . WESTPAC ,,,, ,,,,,,.,O-- 4, ------------.------- - History of the NOBLE .L..... - Dedication ............,,.,,,,,,.,., - Commanding Officer Executive Officer ..... Departure Day ...i.. I-lawa11 ....................... ,. .... Navigation Department ,.i.... ,,M, Subic Bay ....,.............. ---, Laotian Crisis .....ii.. ,, ,... Supply Department ......., ,,,, Leisure Hours ..,......,,,,,,,... .,., Engineering Department .,,.. .- Olongapo ..................... .. ......... .... Administration Department ..i. Hong Kong ........,......... ..... ---- Operations Department ..... .... Taiwan ............................ .... Viet Nam Crisis .... Manila ........... ,....... Baguio .................,,..................,. - .... - Medical and Dental Departments ..... .,,. VADM HOLMES ...,-,,,....,,,-....,, ir.. Deck Department .....,ir..... r.,r Ship,s Activities ................,.... ..-. Awards and Advancements ..r, The Mission of the NOBLE Japan .,................,.............. ..... Late Arrivals .,...... ----. Crulsebook Staff .rrr.................,................. . .fr..Vgg.. .L -.....4 .----M-------- - ,- an . . .u . G V H , ,, ' , ,,, ,,,,,,, , .,., .,,, f a- " " ""' fi ' "-' "" " ' '1 Q u..-... - .....,. .- V ..-.,s..l,......,..-........,, DEPARTURE DAY k,iY:f3"7""5'5'9' ' L. Y M . .L X l . A Q ,ia ?'6'3a6U32U5a F .mf . 2351? 4 fp., W- ' . c, A . N, 'A ',.,pgqW2,3g Ms 'ggi-N .kill ? if Ak 0' ff X LIZ? """'v it ,il Xux fxnx V, yr QW' X6 4, ' l I 1' fl 4 f f l 3' :i 'E ' auf! . 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For some it was their first cruise to the Western Pacific, while for others it was their last. Both joy and anxiety were evident throughout the ship, for the Far East holds much fascination and promise of adventure, to say nothing of its people, foods, scenic Wonders and fantastic shopping buys. We all left our home port with mixed emotions and anticipation for the Orient, for truly east is east and west is West, but we were willing to prove they could meet. ,,1.,f5-,..v1,m.y- U,- Y . ' rv:-. ., 414 V V.,-Y -, . , :I -- ---- - .- Z , , s . - V V- -,TT ,,,,,2,7 - ,,,rg?nMm3m. 5 ww.. L... -.. ..f- 1 .Y - -.- do, A , ,..,,... .., ,.. .... .- -Y - -, ,.3,,,, - Jw- .--f,-g,,,,,.. .., .-...,,,. , ,.......,..- . - .-. .1 - ...-.-,W , Q,-f Q1 --. -- .V -:Nga-pf--eh., . L- ''I-. Z-'o"'Aw1-Y'-:fi-WHT-W-2-'Vvl:"?Tff ' """""""""" """""' " az"'1" ' " L- -..ff -. ,- , ., A .Elph-1-..:. M , 1 3 HAWAII gf 5 , - , 'S - V , 1 1 ' 1 1 f I I V Noble officer saluting ARIZONA Memorial fT"'f7"71"fF7:lmTi5fff'llwf"'f""7""7T77"I Tiki in ifrji-52.3 in-'gffql f,'1,,L',-,qggwfua . A- iw' , ,Mu ' ,wr I, ,,,: . f' M. whfll l l J Punch Bowl War Memorial with Diamondhead in the background I2 l - L my ,H -- ,m , Ii -1 - 5- -.---J.: '- 1L.':.'.--, -f .gas-,Q bf.-'. -L-mg ' .Mtn ,n ,JMX-:1.H,, 9 i 7 ijt, T-'S' 1 K .1 K :xl xx F R 5 A- ' 'IITK4 Tug: . I K l ' I A T If ,f f ,J fy, A-I Jim, ji' X i I A, 'Ts I Elf if 1' si X if v' '- 1 I ll ,ft ,ffl . 'J . I 5 Q22 L L 1-Ii'-"q 'jsHH? 4 "" fr Till: 'TI ':::5.i'E?4'5fZ- " - 5- ., 4 7 5"efi?1.fl'? Y 2 A it H 9 I 4-2. It Y' - Q 'Req eil..-1': 1-JJ' I ?.,..,,.., H 'qi ffmqnnxkvtwwig f-q A 5 lv: I A V V f Elf "-.,.,,.:"1 iii? I Q' 2 , ,M ' ,YfYtSb:1?f?rif ftqf-E1 A hr. I ' H sl 1, 4 Q f"" T--. ST- f-- V- .rv--f ,Q ' '1 I .f- f---" c-"' N' tit AW' , f ' GJ' ii?" "" ' ' t ':..--,- -.a'- is If ' I , I V Qxvfb Ip. H UT- A y I Q ...g ,g3,Mq,e,., :ya -. . ffhgul' 'I' 'SAQ 1 ' 6 W if ,Ci RAI , I' xl 'I 11 , QT 'E 'T' - ...iffy C f A Q Q- :ff I if FIRST STOP, HAWAII! Hawaii was the isle of paradise-gay, informal and friendly. All enjoyed brilliant orchid and hibiscus blooms, Waikiki Beach, Diamondhead, the Royal Ha- waiian Hotel, the Blowhole and most of all the hula girls. Punch Bowl was a more heart- ening sight. The men who gave their lives for our country on December 7, 1941, are en- tombed here. A reminder of that memorable date is the mainmast of the battleship USS ARIZONA, the only visible remains of the vessel. Colors are flown each day above the ARIZONA in memory of these men. 1422 r 1 X ,, -f Af' if 4. Q , fkgyif, ml -'--- .,- .4 v,..u.b....u--...g..,....,.......-.-.-.,.-,.a...--.-.... ...... I3 . . .. ,, . . 1. 1 - Q . - 2!?5?Ef.m:--' -'1?+- 1- ' '5""'s 't':""""""""""""""' """' E' ' iw' ' " f-1A1:r'1'1r1?2fzr:a ":1r:1rwa-.ff -1... . .- ..V. .Q .,,,, V: , A -- Q, -1--3 ,-gg-,1. ..-.-..1' x . 5 :-1-. Y-Y.: 1.3.--., NAVIGATICN While at sea the chief rises at 0430 and the navigator at 0500 to shoot morning starsg this is determined with the aid of the sextant. After morning quarters an azimuth of the sun is determined to verify the accuracy of the gyro compass. Sun lines are shot about 1000 and 11005 these along with LAN flocal apparent noonj determine the ship's 1200 position. A few sun lines are taken during the afternoon to check on the ship's progress. At sundown an ampli- tude of the sun is taken in order to again check the accuracy of the gyro compass. About twenty minutes after sunset is evening star time. ,,, V A D h In M 1Qlf'l'lQ p it , lg Q 2' .x h .I J iff' -1 S f X , . V 1 E 0 X 1 ' 3 If ,. ' if . Z:-1 : . "' I' . -5 f I x f?Q , g- - . . 1 Xx'f i lin 1 - . 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Two of the constant headaches of the department are keeping all of the shipis forty clocks accurate and keeping the deck logs up to date. The man who spends his time in after steering during general quarters, one-alfa and unreps sometimes wishes there was a periscope installed so he could at least see where he has been. During the entire cruise the NOBLE steamed approximately 30,000 nautical miles. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 f ,E I r 1 yt 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I l, 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 iii 4 --v-we-yn "" f' ROW 1: Martin C. S., Chief T. R. Saco, LT R. P. Cushing, Cordova G. C ROW 2: Lang H. B., VanDyke B. L., Boyd J. S. . W l- " - ' lc- N 'ram' ' 'tv - ' "' ' ' 'fx -2 'Tv' IJWJ-2-E.wu::i-' '-f",f':r. . . .t:w':1:':-. ":.:r"':4.xr:v '-A 5: : :L.::1,1:1.z.:.7g3.::.M-"5-g:::gq:::1:::gygg5J5 '-35,5 g:::::Jr-:ini j.gLg-""1g!2:-XIEE? 5.13: r:f::z:Q:QPf5 '. 'Q idk JA ' 1' -:1::+1j--fggy, 135-ff 1q".i-.1:g.A":.3,fgLQwg3 fl-7. " z ,:' "i'.f'E1-'V .""' 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Weighs Naval Move 4 Continued From Page l call for aid-as in Thai-y ,sind 11 months ago-is a 5900-man marine battalion banding team always afloat an the 7th fleet. A helicop- Drcarrier carries the chop- ,, that would be used to d he battalion ashore. as United States' two esdhlitary commanders in gs re holding consulta- fisg Bangkok,t Thailand, Pledge of Leftists to Stopllllational Security Panelufolgildcrliifis tgemgfiliitgg-E Attacks on Neutralists Is7 Meets Today on a Plan gpossibirl Laos. Vp Fl M Y S Only ire Adm Harry D , BV TAD QZLI C Q' by healt s and W SECOTIII in 8 Days 9 fm' eet aneuve S ,Sept.20l:nsz.riik:-fQ.........l..ll 1 ' P A k 'Q 4 1 " 7 J By JACQUES NLVARIJ Special to The New York Times. V VIENTIANE, Laos. April 21 -prince Souvanna. Phouma, the neutralist Premier of Laos, said' this afternoon that the Laotiarl pq,,,,,-A-uni-4. 1..-A,-.,.,- nrv-wruarq 3 Special-to The New York Times. rave bee iordered into "Sh0W the I li-i-:sine-livers' lYl,lh9. G'.',lf of Sim, . VVASHINGTON, .Aprn 21 .-1 under lUnits of the United Statefments Seventh Fleet may be soo-mlimott' flagation or the or 'or "sell ce conf U S Is Preparing Appeal we ,ls the or buyer To Soviet in Laos Crzslslesentafi- lping wii some in Ke nedy Voices Greatest fNeutralist Premier Urges-252231 Concern Sees Test T London and Moscow to 1 exam 1 borrow of Geneva Accord Act on Red Attacks We CCI 33' Hrnn ICK QMI PH A BV Ili UBS NEW. ARD piginal f involvir - ' A ' L. fQ - . . ge refer: Specia' io 'lhe New York T'me.s. Qpecia. to The New York Times. WASHINGTON April 19 Q--L Phe United States Was prepai- ing tonight a new diplomatic approach to the Russians to try to ease the critical sitla- tion in Laos. It was not clear whether thisf would be through a personal appeal from Piesident Kennedy to Premier Khrushchev thioughi the United States Ambassador in Moscow F05 D. Kohler r through the Soviet Ambassador' here Anatoly F. Dobrynin. lThe Soxiet Government was reported today to be hestait' about exerting' its full influence' to halt the fighting in Laos between pio-Communist 'forces and neutralist troops. This hcsi-L tation vxag. attiibu ed to Mos-i VIENTIANIEV Laos April 19-Eman W --- Prince Souvanna Phouma Premier of Laos appealed to- day to Britain and the Soviet, put an end to pio Communist attacks on troops loyal to him. sThe British and the Rus ians fu ere co-chairmen of last years Geneva peace conference on Laos. The Premier acted as the mil4 itary situation of Gen Kong Les neutralist troops in th, I cannot should. he Legg ist him ir an mf ie lines y Act' V not a we fi LL Wi ed up i P l Whereb p accept he buyer A A F :T -I-. lvy the Associat-d Press Plaine des Jarres region took' e mighty U-S 7fhf1e0f a new turn for the vxorse. Phe hong Le foices were dr'ven from Phong Savan last night land their main base at the Plaine des Jarres airport has been under mortar fiie since e again is moving into po- n as awarnmg to the Vmunists threatening a gover of Laos. ' ldtionlng of additional ts in the area near the con s ideological rivalry withl3 P-M Yesfelday- flbf Sli-im IS also aimed the Chinese Communists and? Prince Souvanna. Phouma al' Pfovldmg Te3SSUl'3HC6 to the K lins fear that its in- so sent a telegiam to his half-E vulnerable n0n'C0mlT1l1 3 . L-- V -W---- It countries of Southeast 5.5.2 ' f r l os Iltary Dut er, and Gent Paul D.. Harkins, chief of American military assistance to South Viet Nam and Thailand. Harkinsflew in from Saigon: Felt from Honolulu. U.S. embassy authorities in Bangkok labeled Feltfs' rush trip as "not surpris- ing" in view of tension in Laos, which shares a long and vulnerable frontier with Thailand. They said recent develop- ments in Laos, in which- pro- 'Communistvforces have at- tacked neutralist troops, are ,.ni-thai or AJ' A ,wnrifinnl Am-lrn le t Prepare 1 than events a year A J 5,000 American infantrymen w r 0 Thailand. B 8 rushed mf There was speculation thatl another maior Ame,-i,,n+ military buildup here is inl the offing, but Thai and U.S 0 officials -said nothing M13 nite has been decided. i W i t h heavier fightingi threatened in Laos, neutrall, ist Premier Prince Souvanna Phouma asked the intenia. tional control commission to ' send a truce team to tiyl to keep peace on the-'Plaine p Des' Jarres. - fUnion for quick intervention to age-Ea, I el .Q Crisis Defense authorities said the ships had not been or dared into the gulf but were moving into the area to be in position if they should later get orders, for a mill 'tary mission They called it a purely precautionary move -The fleet, under the com- imand of VICE-Adm Thomas H Moorer numbersf about in laos from super carriers to land- ing ships. Aboard the 'vessels are 60. 000 navy men and marines- The fleet's 650 aircraft ill- clude everything from J?t bombers armed with-atomic weapons to helicopters de-. signed to carry marines to assault landings -ashore. Normally, the fleet is spread taut, from the north i i O I 1 O O 0 0 Q i i A I r o I A 0 -.-. ' A V 4 W I 1 v v if N . 1 x. x r A I 1 I N 1 i lr t 1 1- v 1 ' r , A 'I 0- s. , . ' 1 -. Q . 2 r X , . , . i , .fr ga f 1 N t A1 S , I V I r I ' . U - ' S . v , . f, f r f , Q C I 1 0- i l X I ' Lkqg 4. ' W 41.5 f sr i A . . . . ,-sv? s 7' . 1 1 O , 4 1 5 o Y , A Q N Q Q Q o . . . 1 I I . . i I ' Q 1 1 1 1 . r 1 " 1 ' I , n . I 1 , a o o o I i I O L s , 5, n -in ' s L A I 0 o 7 q 1 t ' ' . u . rn , 1 ' 4 , . . . i . ' ' ' L ", . ' ' Q- 1 -. Q .J - I . , H . .. . - ,. .. .. . -1 .. .- .f :--- e -Y.-f .ff-P-:-::",az-51:1-,'-"Lan :+.'1f1f.Lf',tL:L:7.':11. 193:42 in-'wY"4" kcrsazq' -:Y-2LgI.:EL?::f1.-Z.1' x:,1T',-ifii-1-twig ,5--1' .11 LL-l'1.:' - '- A - - - -if-7 . J '- -' .. f e J Q.. . ,. '. " "7 : ' -- - T " -1 4 '5f5:' 5'3if- ":f' s3f? 7 1 :"" 75-" t-' 1... ' H " fi- "" s-. 1. ' . - A ' V - 'sr' fn' ' ' " "' ' I-Q. --- . M .-- , .. J- . ... LW-, 4l.. . . . - ,-P.,,5,0,.,vw4Qa,w1-aq1-qg-e,-,gfg.1f4g3n:v:5-9,4fnmyy,-?-g, SUPPLY li Our primary mission is to stock the ship, But allow me to give you one little tip, When out at sea an item is needed now you say, How can we obtain it while we are underway? You may need some hardware or electronics gear, Supply may be out, please never fear. What you desire may be in the Shipas Store. Always ask Walker, it is no chore. On pay day money we do disburse, If you are late do not curse. In like manner when word is passed Usecure the mess line," Do not blame us if you do not dine. The stewards and mess cooks prepare the food, They always are gay despite their mood. We supply you with haircuts, sundaes and soft drinks, We have this and that and all kinds of rinky dinks. We take in washing and ironing, but please do not despair, We do all we can to repair. Even though errors are made once in awhile, All of our service is rendered with a smile. LCDR W. E. NAST SC USN 111 4 JN -ist li 5 os 0 ,i 7 W :..- 1 0 , ,. if --as W A '-' N Maui Maui MILK I .r g Q , ., af-A -ff Q, In qi . E P y fr: ,Sf-"e - ,33'f11f' - 4-5, , - if ew .1 .5rs,21u2.: lf! sr-e1eu..1zsD H 6761311-11 , WW Ill I 1, 'A If W Y Y Y lr V 3' Y H., " yy, mmf Maui - urn 1, is W E 1 41 ff' ' 'Q' :N - ' 2 I Q be-"Q:-A 15, Q in O , ' 'A'-5r'9'V Q' lx TL ' ' it ' I 'lx 5' if 1.4.1159 H sr- 116 .- Zpllgfyy Q -- ln :- -LZ' J-h-L"'1-P- Q .sv-Fe KT c 7 :cc U X Miiqlby X ft: 0 l f"L'- :E ,f K il L ' l P0741 E Q Dxb r, 0 f 1 A, -fa Q, F, ,gm Q, I 1, -1 H- 434.5 -1'?Q-if 'Q-I a 1104 1 N . v frit ff' 5?-'f , QV or fi? Y we-4 - 42 . -sf if ,ff A ff s Sffefiff-f 5 .--. gg - - 1,, goes EP Q I f I ' 0 -'Af'-'-"""' 5- - l F X1-,4gaip...1i:1g1i:l:lll "II" ""1 """"""'1""5"' -5 "'.'.1'-.f'..I.,'-W "'5-E?" " " """ ...-.,.- -i. -l fy ...W ,Lb 3 ...SAL ..-T315 W . 1 "" -V' , -15 ,, -,. ,,.b .. ,,,.,,,.....,..-1-was-1 Away g,5.35s.m3gQf i 'M " ' 1:3951 an vnew.mxavsideaaeaakasansbaaaifa--rayda..qJ.Mas. ...., ..s...,...., ma I r ENS M. H. VEEDER SC USNR l V ROW 1: Reese W. A., ENS M. H. Veeder, LCDR W. E. Nast, Chief L O. Fortaleza, Roberts W. H., Walker E. C. ROW 2: Evans L. E., Montemayor M. U., Lindo F. C., Mojica J. A., Magbanua V. P., Foster T. D., Arenas V. A., Canino F. J., Brown M. D. ROW 3: Santos L. L., Robinson R. E., Frasier J. P., Waters J. A., Drescher D. L., Long T. J., Micheletti F. A., Buchanan R. C. ABSENTEES: Aquino R. C., Aledia D. S., Aranas A. V., Bernal R. C., Brown L., Deguzman T. M., Merlan A. R. l . 6'Bar B.Q. spare ribs?', "Com'n up." Best apple pie west of the Mississippi I Wllrim the sideburns, easy on the top and ia as 20 shampoof' . 'Pardon me, Walker, may I purchase a . . ." -4. ENS H. J. WILDE SC USNR ROW 1: Farley H. F., Chief R. F. Burk, ENS H. J. Wilde, LCDR W. E. Nast, Merrick C. F., Gunn C. E. ROW 2: Jones D. L., Abbott E. K., Cabrera R. P., Kaiser M. A., Green G. ROW 3: Godak W. G., Mayorga R. J., Cote W. F., Swinney L. G., Stanwood R. G. ABSENTEES: Campbell J. P., Cleaver B., Villalobos E. M. 4101, 1027 103, 104 , , f' 4cAnd furthermore, I told you . . ." ...... -.......,....,...' - i......... '...i. f....... f . ' - ,, . , fl rf- Y' 1 -1 , .. g ' H--A 'e ' . ' ......,..........,.: .. .......,.e...-L-f-... W ,- A H ,,,,,, ,,,,,.-,,,..,.........-...V,.-,....,. WY Y W Relaxing in the Crew's Lounge That favorite b00k HCeneral Quarters, all hands man your battle stations." -i-hmm 1--.M ggi.. nd.,-,5,,, ,,,.:,,.,,, : .wx-.:.,1 55-,,'.., 1 ,ij ,V M, . . , , ,a a 1'---1 H , ,uf 1 , :zmln I2 --5 :fin-121 -9 ,M ii, f.4... unxnu-5.14-vn..u pgdgaan-z..-An.-.L....r.--..z.a..x..,l.,.--- ...vnlvlv -In-up Q " ----vu-L WV! V mx 'QA Kkfx Q X X XX x X Q Q' QA Ng 1 X X wi X What do you mean, fat"' Medlcal frmge benefltc X wx W f wh Q fwvltwfw' M WAX QW X 'Sbw,,Q, X .4-.we M I NWN, . wee, . . mmwn W' To be back home, LT Mc UAY? !. 5. fi! S, A, 0 1 x 23 A. , emu F - . ah .- I . ' 5: -. ' ,ll q, 5 . Y. --.-1 f, 1 - ":,.f- -' ' A- ' 1. - -.-f '..' -. 1 I 1- .V . - -.....,.gg.1..L.....,, , ,.... ,. .......,.f4.. ... A. ENGINEERING In the good year '63, When the NOBLE put to sea. The staff and snipes of this old girl, Were proud as they could be. For on their own, without yard help, With gum and wire and sea weed kelp. Ol Stud and Meek and Black Bart too, Each lent a hand to turn our screw. And when our loved ones came to cheer, They c0uldn't get closer than the pier. On 26 March we did leave, For Hawaii our sinuous course did weave. From Pearl Harbor to Subic Bay, At 72 turns most of the way. And at that speed, oh man we shook, . No one can say how much she took. The chiefs in their quarters, the crew in their bunks, And the bricks in the fire box in great big Refers, fans and machines are all on the blink, Don't some people realize it can not be done as quick as a Wink. As BUSHIPS says, all woes will end, If days of upkeep we do spend. But what that navy group can't say, ls when the HReds" will fight or play. hunks. LT R. B. MCQUAY USNR K fCont'dJ .sta r es QW ,- .4 3: f' ' L, b Q 67 1 Way j, I Ll. y u swlxx pf fig, Q ztaWfffff"' as af .Q fx ,, ,,-9 fi 1, X 'o g - ., ,g11'z x,'9'.. 1 f' lil 9 671 XY fd 'Q' ilnwhuihs "5 is iii' ll- I I If ' 5 ' ii 5 ,K :E --. ' Hx 'I W fi 1 g ' 'io K xii 1 if s f X ,f x dyl q D l f Q2 vi ' Q Y f4' If l -' 5 fr , K5 'R E 'Ei Q, gf' --.-as 1 is f f 1 - 'Q' "1 -1: ' : C. ' 4 5? ,.:"f-Q., 2, v w ' J A 1 . ,.. - AH lgviu 2 ' W 4 fl! W E' ESE "'f:.s,, 3- ie- e -'I ' ... X : cl 4' gn W "5A-l:-- ' Q Z. if .sa 22" 'A l' L us..:4-.s:.4a...Q-.4...e.:.Lzz....a....-c... - f - - nu iz, ,x va f . . .V --, 2 , gg LTJG A. P. HOSLER USNR ROW 1: Turner T. S., Barber L. R., LTJG A. P. Hosler, McLane R. H., Chief J. C. Inabinet ROW 2: Baker T. C., Dunn J. O., Marshall W. C., Michles C. A., Andrews R. D. ROW 3: Throckmorton C. L., Botsford J. M., Hafling J. M., Waters H. O., Rogers W. T. ABSENTEES: Dillard H. F., Gilliam W. E. DIVISION So back to sea with one day's rest, The 'CAR gang was busy from morning 'til night, i We continue to steam and to do our best. Keeping temperatures and tempers adjusted just right Pipe lines are tired, the snipes are beat, The air conditioning was working at last, From standing their guard in that blasted heat. Keeping us cool as the summer months passed. fCont'dl r . .,... , ,,,., . -.. sr.-. ,,,..,,, sf- ,. -,fe-1 " v . -- ' . ,. 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R., Condron .l. M., Brass R. J. Harris T. W., Muir R. J. D I I 0 N ABSENTEE: Nielsen F. O. S No nice cool drinks will greet us tonight, ,lust the hum of the engines as we just sit tight. Finally it's over, the cruise is through, W Now it's rest for the engines and liberty for the crew. 25 We just lost a load 1,2 .L A .J i W I lost a nickel here W' I l I ENS P. C. TOBIN USNR ROW 1: Chief .l. A. White, Pearson B. J., Clausen L. Z., ENS P. C. Tobin, Czarkowski R. M., Glover I., Chief W. E. Palmer ROW 2: Countryman C. J., Horn J. W., Adams D. F., Hess L. D., Seale W. B., Baker G. L., Fimbres F. X., Schmidt R. S. A ROW 3: Mattorano V. J., Tooley K. R., Brown W., Armstrong W. J., Greer J., Klepper R. L., Seibert M. G. ABSENTEES: Bochat W. E., Kiley R. E. N HCee, fellas, may I learn too?', NOW, 1T1OViC Call ... ---,.-..,,.. -. ,Y i.....,..... .a r- -W--'M 1 ... W -.. f- '-- 11 ' ' - 1' P" "7"'-"5 -...w,.......-.................g......4-:-.........,....... ......... Un ,M -rv..-An.- r -P -51117: ?""' "J mf: E 1 1 l V 3 l ENS J. P. HAMES USNR l , - l ROW 1: Boehl D. E., Phillips W. E., Chief B. T. Kinney, ENS J. P. Hames, Karlstad D. M. l ROW 2: Dixon W. T., Zehnle J. H., Smith C. E., Lawrence T. L, Hooser E. T., Mooney l J. T., McIntosh L. I. ROW 3: Skinner E. T., Banaszewski D. J., Shea W. P., Zimbelman S. R., Attaway M. D. 1 ABSENTEES: Squires D. A., Vogt .l. G., Brown R. R. I HI never-get a shockf' 'L X. il' , , 1 28 The Chief '4Say, I have a red hot tip for youf' I I l. V A W , A , F , , 5. ,.1g., .1, f,..': ,xv-. gn'--:----1'-5 J-rf'-2--L-f"", CL.----ff" " e '- - - ' ' -' - '- H " '- " I B MW-Mum J, M-,mum In Mauna- M , , , . , , , i . , ,, ,. , ,,,,,, - - A '.:.:....4......,:.a.....a...:,x..-.A..4-a:Q4:..1-.m4.....i.a...-.u....-..4n....Q........g....b.......,.a-.-...,-....-....vm ENS T. P. BLAKE USNR ROW 1: Chief E. L. Davenport, Morrow I. R., ENS T. P. Blake, Smith J, L., Chief D. E. Sifers ROW 2: Wagner L. R., Catlin H. W., Forman L. R., Guthrie M. L., Forman W. M. ROW 3: Helzer R. E., Sutton L. W., Warwick J. J., Rose W. A. R DIVISION You mean this is not the head? This will keep the officers away from our card game. f W Y, N V 1 -I , Y . , , , W, . F. 4 .,.A.3..,.5 -f yr Y- af-.,: -Huy' -.-.-- .-Ahgaig. Q,- 1.-.,.' ,,..,.. ...,-..... ..., .,. .. .. .L -. ......,.......,,.h.,,.,...-..-.- ..-....4.-....,,-.4.14...-,...f......,...v.u- 14...-...,.u.. ., -,-......-- am ' ' '- mm 1 ' - nsmwww 4WW9U+i """-"""" , W.,-,,,-.V-ff-we .V., -.. ,-,, ,. .gh..:.- .. , , ff .-. ,. " gf zjggwzrz - aim,-ff.:1L":-eff:-,' a-.g :-'1,::3,-,g-5-.-::..1'rr-V ai'1'f"5'f'f?Li,'1E'-1E "ff F21 , .,,....r-gm., .. GLONGAPO 1 1- 'n v 4- 51,1 rg.-Q .pfzaifzf-1 J: 1 3 il .Rami Greenbacks for pesos. The view from the gate '6Pesos, Joe?" Checking out at the gate. . , A.. ' -1-1, Q12 ' , n n - - 12- we-2. ,-'r-w-fhFm.n,,ay,g-- .-..,.- 3I m-vw:,...-1 , , , , -- ,, , f.- - - " . ,.,, ' . ' ' un. 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FLANIGAN USNR Where are my leave papers? Aren't they ready yet? - HSay, how about getting me a trans- fer", -- Has anyone seen the report on AOTU? - Did my orders come in yet? - Who has that letter on that last UNREP? - What do you mean Fm not eligible for a Good Conduct Medal? These are just a few of the hundreds of questions fired at this Department in a single day. Our primary function, as our title implies, is paper Work. lt's our duty to keep the ship,s corre- spondence up to date, and to maintain the ship's files, including both officer and enlisted service records. To accomplish this task, the Department has a staff of 3 officers and 9 enlisted men. So if you have any questions andfor problems, come and see the paper pushers. Q le' ,Ili NIH! L -is XX, g rl' g' 'If ' 'V I - , "mm f .mln 'Img' A G fl 'QS D-3 qi M W Q ii' " 5 ,.,--3 Tj: 1? d --2 E N .E .Q , R fs. j :fi ll,fQfl"3-.fi , -2645+ ROW 1: Bowen D. A., LTJG L. T. H man, 1 t LT T, P SeHerS,D. T. Y S J. ower, ENS M. J. Flanigan, ROW 2: Naycalo M. B., Montano R. L., Kuykendall R. J., Forbes W. T Albritten C Western M. J. " ', ABSENTEES: Chief J. A. Elder, Meglich F. P., Tresner 0. J., Ross E. R. rr -,., ..... .. W ,,,. .v.-rw+:'1'5.:::T..i,. u , , -. ,y ,mg-s.. ,.,.. .v m , ...Ms.. ..1-w. .. . -.1,,a:.a..5:..:nu.......,..,a.............:z,.n.- . . .U '.,-- .... ax.-. .W-. 1--"fu-'-fl ' '- ""' M' "E . HIM' my W lllul -1-:-'lf-M-1-v"fv-1-4-n-.,.,.... -I 1--:sur-my-4-fc,.mmyvsnw--wwv'ww-v-mmwg nwm- mu vm.. u V .-' , ' - V s - 1' , V - V -- - -. 1 - -- 1 - f' - , s - , ,V , . , - s -'- V , f"f'f"?!"""1'!4f""""'r"'PI'"EWS"':I'!'!'!!2rmcagffmqgnqvg-mn-nsm.v::wvmnnpayv---5-f7nnuu4yqwr'Hrvs2-'wqe-:vspueavpvr:4p2....,,.-.-m,.-1-re-ev-1,-my-'vw COMBAT CARGO lst LT T. J. POWER USMC lst LT C. R. GRUNING USMC Compare Miss J une to Miss July No mistakes on this sheet HNOW, Mail Callv 4'Did We route this? 14.:41rJQ:::4R:A-,lg,m..Q,gm.'.Lmg -f..,.,.,:.,.-, .,..--..,., ..,,,...,. 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' ,mi " 9 :e:1,r.,,, V, A ' ' . - :eric-z.a..::..'S. Q- .4:,:aa.:+A:u:G:--1-f'fP3'Q2k? 1' sgwff :H-f,-QL-:nz-:5.f-,mir-.r.A,f.1L:::f-L-f, 4, .L1,.. 1e:.+u.. , - -- ' 's N-1 - '- -- W' .. - -- -' ' '- . - - ...A -wwafmahuvm :,f,.,r-wwf Mwppwwuamaarwfmfg .M ...LJ 4-.4-f MA-is :Q-'iii' Quay -'32-A-1 ' Q ell! Ill :vi ,Hi ' l :M we lm wg 52? gps 'lxfl li? li! mg Qi H il l l M ii H wi i y. . l 1 l it 1 l l , l l l r i ! 1 r r l r I I F x 3 I i,i ll U l 1 l E i l. I lj il ll w, ll H lil il if sl L" 3 I F i . Y i CPERATIONS The operations department is in charge of the overall planning and scheduling of events connected with the ship's employment, communi- cations, electronic maintenance maintenance and the combat information center. There are four divisions within the department performing vari- ous tasks. OCS is the visual signals divisiong they receive and report visual signals and maintain a continuous alertness. OCR is the ship's radio com- munication centerg all incoming and outgoing mes- sages and information vital to the shipis effi- ciency is carried out by thisdivision. OI division deals with the ship's radar equipment plus advises and assists the bridge in maneuvering the ship. OE division insures that all of the electronic equipment is in top working condition by executing proper repair and maintenance. LCDR R. A. WHITCOMB USN V Q - Q- :ififw fi Q " 'K f -S. , ,' X X A . ,-f f,-.- x fn ff' .. . X 731 A l .. - XXX x f f if M ff lr! Yi Q xi If ' f- ff ill n , ,. . . . ,, fy .-gf . .lil-iiiiignji flux, ,NIJ J ff I' ig X -.if L z I, nf 'fff f 'l 950 Q ' fywff "1 1 V , 1 . g ,, MW! , , ,iff Q xwX x , V, ,, p ll V ' -.i :5iylTA.'fnJ,'?' . xv ,.u ...1,, - Nb ff Y pr s '21, .. ' Ms -f' ' K N -.s-A-if O "' 1 ROW 1: Griffiths R. C., ENS L. F. Morgan, Chief A. O. Lien, LTJG L. I. Abrams. Brandt J. H. BOW 2: Miller B. E., Linhart R. W., Ricci H. E., Hodgson W. B., Lawrence D. E., Christianson B. D., Reichard R. H., Montgomery J. A. ABSENTEE: Marshall L. M. MNow this is the way it's done." OCR DIVISION LTJG L. I. ABRAMS USN ENS L. F. MORGAN USNR . . . ,L , , 4 V .... ,,- A- '--,-A. ..:-51,4 J.-5:1 Q ,Al-A,g,g,, Q, - " .......y......:....., ,,.... . .. .. . .. - . . 1 .. i - - . ' - - - ' ' 4 "' s K 1- was . Bw0ll""4'0-14a nf ..4...4.4.m-.-n -v.. nv.1...,.....---nnnnuc4uu..nuun:mz-.n.s-m.4mqnmsMvmuuna4ga.lMwmmug4a4emuuuwv-w4 1-.ag--.-mourn-as P11195 ENS W. C. PUCK USNR ROW 1: Pearson J. O., Spiker R. L., ENS W. Cf Puck, Lordon J. M., Stafford R. W ROW 2: Madole J. W., Lewis R. J., Stimmel L. J., Mathis K. C. OI DIVISION .S ENS C. L. CANFIELD USNR ROW 1: Chief R. M. Neuendorf, ENS C. L. Canfield, Gutierrez E. A. ROW 2: Crowe W. F., Harris W. F. DIVISION ,4,.,,A,LL ,- , ,., ......1.....,,,. , ,,,,.,, , . , . --. . rr N- rj - 'I - , .411-f: - .,f.fr'-gf -4 " -L 47... - 2- - ,, . -1. ,. , '-.- .5 - . ., -, , - ... ....... .... 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V " M - - .,.. , - - -...,w.v..z,.,..,.-............,.,...u.-1....-.,.....Q.....Q.-... - ' l l E 5 ! K 4 1 l I Z l .. A LL- Ly N-fmcrvrffzwfmfazwlg:a'e:w:1M-:rail.:?.1fgm:iE1z4,.f:,V:-m,:',1.:a.5f: 11- xzwa1'1-..:gWgg,3i:-'f4-g,f:.g:ggl2Q4gem-.pu-lx:'mrs:fv.sh-au-Nfqqgiggi.ff-1gf'Affa:gasss:u2f.4i1fQg3x4,jgf.LgHn- ..-1fjivL3g lgigg Ja' - -H A fr vm V -' " fl ' ka' 24 V-ifefiwwsrrwsnfir'awwnew-A--hfw-'eilfhlwsfwwr uLPse.Hi':'ii'z1'mLwe-..---Nwx f 1-Lf: fp- fmaa.?:e4sr122 ff-'f-riff,-kuibfwifadaifr -fvfld-H-'M V -PW J'W""N" Li ' is.f,31e2Ew1'+,wH:1-afLd:?E5f-w3gQ1:if1wk--- f--- QM- -A v 1. ,Q 31- U i 1 11 W il A v l 1 l l l' ll! 2 If jf 9 D DR. E. .l. BARDANA LT MC USN DR. M. J. POZEN LT DC USNR l ,l MEDICAL N DENTAL Q l 5 D 1 l l l "Et l S df . . ' c, ' yy " A A f 1 lf 6' 11 N. In K id l 5 lx. " J T W 7 N l N fl r X' . I . N 1 xA.,If s 1 I-78 7' I K J g al 5 'x E l ' lc " 'W J- 1 l l Sn' ,, . Sl. Dig' 1' x 5. ' , 1 - ' . R fi., I P '1 Q le l V- !'r'Q' .X l ' " 1 '- n 5 E Q 'V ,V Z y .I 4 1 - 5 17 I 9 'v a ll if - 'D 'C A l - D f f. -154,5 58 This is called a periodontal scaling li ' - 'IW'!"'?'Y"""""'""M""0r-1,5-.-rw-.I-vie--1-1'nu-4uvp,qf.p:---1,-rum,-..,.,,.,U,- ROW 1: Dr. E. J. Bardana, Salvio D. C., Chief R. J. Cluff, Locke J. D., Dr. M. J. Pozen This won't hurt a bit ROW 2: Sinders B. L., Pardy T. L., Knudson L. E., Lloyd C. M. "H" Division is my name, My mission is to care for the sick and lame. I accomplish this task in a variety of ways, All with the use of drugs and X-rays. My workday is 'round the clock, It may be 0300 but call the doc. Sometimes there may be a lull, But wait, someone just fell from the hull. After quarters the word for usick call? is passed, All patients are seen the first to the last. They all have numerous complaints and ills, Most of which can be treated with needles or pill S. Treatment of all patients is accomplished with ease. From kidney trouble to a simple sneeze. Who is it that assists you in your time of need? It's the doctor or corpsman with a good deed. Your illness may admit you to the ward, Rest at last, you say-but soon you are bored. 'cWhen will I get out?" is the cry, "As soon as you are well" is the reply. Why does it take such a long time to heal? Even when I rest and consume every meal? The following answer is known to be true, Nature, time and patience are the healer of you. 25 under IOL 41- --- 'V--M F' " 1 ' www -1. - ' 2zVmL41Aznm3...J""'vULM.:4E:azmL:.'l!'.E51'EKva1:4.v.sev,x.a l""B"'lqL, ua.. glefyznff- na-wmf1,,,,.5gv'rRs!w10WFF"?5"?V'7l72'lf'?'W'3'ew.'IL3.5 . VADM E. . HOLMES VISITS THE NOBLE Right Hand Salute Welcome Aboard, Admiral lldd t l E Q.-uwehff..-.....Lz-m,f..-.1a5.-....L.....:............'A,.-. " ' H E- --f ' '- . -,. 1 l I 1 I 1 - 1 l P i ls Q M N 4 A w 4 , mga W M' wx ,W 1 fps' f f W Mn .. if W The Admiral speaks to the officers of the Noble 9' A word to the crew 6I ' 'wr A-. f- ., 0 W ,. -,,,. W-'-WH, "-""" DECK The overall maintenance and proper func- tioning of shipboard activities is accomplished by the deck department. Their hectic and varied jobs include the following: Making sure that the twenty- four boats utilized during one alfa exercises are in commission at all times and to provide person- nel to operate themg drop and raise the anchorg handle replenishments at seag operate booms and winchesg load and unload hatchesg maintain troop berthing compartmentsg keep the entire ship's sides and decks clean and paintedg provide equal distribution of trained personnel to man gun mounts at given general quarters stations. All these plus many more tasks are per- formed every day while at sea or in port. Flexi- bility and the will to do any job is what makes the deck department so very important. - -f"-fm t i a l - L . LT J. z. BYERS USN -- V rv-Q-' 5 Q f -S' X " 4 ff. , 4 ' " - W F A 7' X f' -f'f'pX'X A i A' 'f - f Q1 .Q KY-f l ' v X C yt i 5 47- F" d X Ng 4, 4 I P I , A "sit , ln l Y I - X i i Al ' . ' l -, I ga mma, 5 , ,- Q3 " if Y t J i ' ' 115 ,J ' 'N fl W is , 'N A ,A I. ' I U K I X w ' -W ,t -f i 2,1 r Q , , x Q IT ul A. Q V A wt xx 5 fs A ' " A l ily P I L f . YM -,L it 'glans' -.- A 1 va..f-.-.u.4r...f........a,:.a9.e-.q.i......g. - ........... -" , , ,. 5, ' -- :f f --. ,l - ,, - .-aw . . ...1f .,,, 'Q 1' X Ship's Boatswain LTJG F. J. SMITH USN ev 1 an fl' I X If ' V! I ,f-. X N A I X R 4' , x.,, f Boat Group Commander LT C. N. MURDOCK USNR , . , ., . , V . ,f , . ., 1' Q 'xv ' 7 iiirtf '-'S ' ' 111 i "P ' ,, . , ,.., i f ' ...w..,,....- .,., - ' - ,.. .. '--....,,,,.1,.,A..- ..g....h.-....u..--- ,NN . .mglum-,L ,F . U 3, , E, . - 'w.mz... - 1- -A munhmMmmuwphnA m.m4b IZ 1 Re fi - - f' ' '-1 -.w. J.. , w . , f5 : .fs-n,, .n ....m..11 .. .- ..: f waxsmsssm1ua4m,wMbummmmf,..mmm.gm,f...M.a,a.a..,m.smf1.uumuv.mw1-.wammwxai .1 1 35' 1 '11 1. . 1 1 ,L 1 -1- 11 ffi '1 11 ,, M... 11 515 1 11 1 -l 1. 12 31.11 11 ,1 1. 1 11 1- 1 '11 11 1 ll 11 I I , 1 . ' 1 11 1 ' 11 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ENS D. T. BROXHOLM USNR 1 1 ROW 1: Brown J. D., Robles A. C., Reinbold H., ENS D. T. Broxholm, Irvine J. R., , Mason S. M., Cianchetti N. G. ,, ROW 2: Galus R. A., Cowger A. F., Peck M. R., Parada J. B., Boyer L. W., Nugent - I R. A., Paulson J. E. 1 ROW 3: Hastings H. T., Christian D. F., Mason W. M., Brackett D. K., Carr A. J., f Buckles G. R., Rasmussen R. K. ABSENTEES: Carr R. .l., Raasch F. F.. 1 Turn to, commence ship,s work 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 111 ul know there is a shortage of man power, but . . ." 1 1 1 64 -. ..... ....a........f.,...i..1......f.u.u....1....w-....-:.xafa...................L....... . - .f,...n:r ...- . S. .... .. , Y , ww, - 'l 1 '1 w I 1 1 I 1 1 l 1 ENS P E SCHENCK USNR ROW 1: Pullin J. E., Prado H., ENS P. E. Schenck, James J., Eddy W. M. ROW 2: Juneau W. J., Ingram I. B., Pitre 0. J., Lundsford T. A. Meek E. L. Gilmore R. J., Duncan R. L. ROW 3: Parsley K. E., Wall G. W., Hulen D. L., Felkner R. L., Holbrook C. L., Guy W. O., Ferron G. C. ABSENTEES: Frye M. L., Hartzell L. A. 3rd DIVISION 4cWho, me?" W IIIII P E , , alt, f ervef, '6Looks l1ke a man really fell overboard., 5 lout S -.... . . -.....,....,.,... ,-. . .pau '- - 1. . - -' -0-""3"""'+ V I I , .. Y..,... . .r :":.:flI:L:-l7741"1'QMff-f"'-': were.: 1,12-:2:'1'H1'f"' ' L'-.if-.m:. -fy. ..- --,-.,.i......,......,...... -W ,fe V.-. . .L ,, . . f . ... . , ,, , N, . .,,.:, f.-a,..ffm1::.5 , . gr N-fn gpm, 4g?:kw'11x.'13-'i55Is, s,,y .:i x:k.f5,:,. g5g,.,q:ER1iLmE,L,im.EgR,M0M,:,,v, ,,,,,,,,..r,..,,.,... ..-..,... .-....-.qw N.-..w-wv-.mm-mw N I .-ig 1 N i, W 1 i i i ENS W. B. SCHNEIDER USNR T i ROW 1: Enders N. S., Gerhardt R. L., Lievre E. G., ENS W. B. Schneider, Mahlum Q J. M., Krause S. E., Wright R. D. W ROW 2: Rodriguez J. R., Moya G. M., Ford D. E., Vuleta P., Miller J. A., Whitwell R. J., South R. C. i ROW 3: Moore D. A., Kacal R., Bay G. R., Beets S. H., Minger D. L., Wilkins C. is ABSENTEES: Chavez E., Croce D. B., Hicks A. K., Robinson W. L., Strauss M. L., 5 Wood C. F. u R r 1. E I, lx w i 4 l i 1 i v 1 T ! i i I i Y 1 N 31 i if 1 M z N' f L " . H 11 W K N N W , 1 .4. ig TW ii! il il w ll 3 66 if ' 4 f ' P L"1Z'I - '11 v - 21- 21-ig, :'-f :. 7 1 1 ,- 1,-,M fy-17.1.3 -- ,,"i. -1 'y-. '- i.- :Ti 151-2 'Z' ---M --f--1--vfvfr-sv uv-:ff-:ny '-411-1-ew-lu-n-v-1 vw--1 mw1wvvw wmnnw:oonnuvvwwwmw.wW-qmwqW.mpNnmwq.+nwuwm+wwmmWmwmmpn q4nwwuv'rnwn,..,,w-.-W-rv-.,-famwwmw-w-m v1--1 nv fv-f vf-sra, '1 it HQEHTESTEFFQN f"'347'4?U9W0 ROW l: Holt S. F., Preset C. G., Chief R. W. Busby, Ruth P. R., Hail J. E. ROW 2: Super M. A., Simmons F. R., Mathison V. R., Altman R. J., Abeyta E. G. ROW 3: Rivers M. R., Jenson S. D., Pethers R. D., Poil C. L., Martinell D. I. 2nd DIVISION ROW l: Wheeler J. S., Vansickle C. D., Moody H. S., Stutz F. J. ROW 2: Rose D. R., Campbell C. C., Bell C. B., Tucker C. W. ROW 3: Johnson F, N., Ely R. J., Bell R. R., Manchester H. W. ,,AM,-he .1 ROW 1: Davies H. R.. Ott J. C., LTJC C. J. Carlson, Rodine J. W., Edwards T. J. ROW 2: White R. N., Hopkins R. E.. Somers G. S., Barnes E. F., Johnson L. W. LTJG C. J. CARLSON USNR 4th DIVISICN Fire Away! Ready on station. Wfhere is the target." Repairing the gun mount. -:.-.mi.-.-.......e,:.u-......5.-,...L....L-.....-..u.....-.....u...u..:.....p.. ' " " .. , . . . .,, . ,. .,,.,,... ,. , ,, a , k v - , -- f -. . . . ,,,.,., ,.,,,,, ,,,, l W W! . A rg-fm-fvmngg-1. fmgqvre- ' "W SHIP'S ACTIVITIES While in WESTPAC and mainly at Subic Bay, much of our spare time was spent at Grande Island. This was the recreational area where you could find many of your shipmates during the sultry weekends. Two successful ship's parties were given at the Subic Service Center. The major sports played while at Subic Bay were baseball, bowling, wrestling and basketball. While in port, afternoon games were scheduled among the various ships. Cold drinks were available to participants and spectators who attended the games. One could visit the bowling alley any night of the week and discover many Noblemen practicing for the big matches on the following Friday eve- ning. That night was set aside for bowling among divisions. 4'E",division won the inter-divisional bowling championship. HAIL of second division and SPIKER of OI division represented the Noble at the National Open W1'estling Championship in Manila. HAIL won second place in his 170 lbs. class. Other sports events in which Noblemen participated were swimming, boating, water skiing, weight lifting, hiking and golf. 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Dr. Bardana becomes uHonorary Seaman." Y 'X Meritorious Conduct Ashore Award -FA' 550-"FQ Fl Yi:-"1. 'VG a 5, 2 I : I e 5 Q 3 QI 1 1 Q' 1 I 1 f J 1 1' .-tfw - 1 79 H ef f mm- f" ' ??,,i"G'-'2?f'2??-1?EI':5?Q'ff 1' ,Z , , .1 nf'-7'-'.s.:b -7- i ,w..5,.....'f:' ,-.M-fi 'K A-L 'IIS -f' "' - f .' A " Y , J ,, I -' -- f-N my Q ',Hf.'.Ei?'Fi75f"'f1m31 '?35i . . GOOD CONDUCT AWARDS TWICE OR MORE .a- . C y ,Q 5 ul -U I- , -g M ,- , --,-,- f -1 -Q-, - - - -Ayn .1 . - V- I- 'Av-5 T immk--tr,-:-zz -w ,M Arif f 4 qt, ,-1. -ifxvmvvz-.. . , ,,,, K , "f'E!TT 'T-EI!!!--, -- -f ---lif fw A fr A- fa.. .lm-' a:' ..:za ..-. .az L-rr... -. Q.. '.L,:.1V,- - - -Y - - - ' Ti M" 3"'umu"i' 'MJ Tu Ju J -..I,Uq 1 iw W 1 1 ' 1 wigs V If x..1"w.-mss.a.2us.fv X axe will at af Z 7 Z1 3 MS sw. gm ff W THE MISSICN 0F THE NOBLE When the NOBLE is deployed in the Ear East she is an integral unit of the Amphibious Ready Task Group of the U.S. SEVENTH FLEET. Her job is to be ready at all times to carry out her primary mission: to transport to a combat area some 1,500 troops and their equipment necessary for an Amphibious Assault on an enemy shore. Upon arrival at the assault area, the NOBLE's ulVlain Armamentf' the many boats she carries, delivers the troops and supplies to the beach in a rapid and orderly fashion. The ability to accomplish this mission stands as the key deterrent to aggression in the Far East. The NOBLE is designed to carry assault troops and their equipment to an objective area, and to 1and troops and cargo on enemy-held beaches. In addition this ship is equipped to act as a floating hospital at any time, to evacuate and transport troops, casualties and prisoners of War from the combat area, and to train embarked combat troops in the technique of amphibious landing operations. To perform these functions, the NOBLE has a umain battery" of 19 LCVP's, 2 LCM-6's, and 3 LCPL's - a total of 24 boats. The NOBLE can carry about 100 troop officers and 1,500 troop enlisted men, in addition to her own Wartime complement of approximately 30 officers and 320 en- listed men. To unload troops and combat loaded cargo as fast as possible, the NOBLE is equipped with 10 debarkation stations, 13 booms Q5, 10, and 35 tonj, and 5 holds. .The NOBLE is approximately 456 feet long and displaces about 12,000 tons when fully loaded. She 1S able to make speeds in excess of 17 knots, but will normally cruise around 12 to 15 knots. Her gunnery armament, essentially defensive in nature, consists of five 40mm mounts one quad and four dualsj. The USS NOBLE is just one ship of the many who upholds and is ready to prove that the SEVENTH FLEET motto is true: ulieady Power for Peace." ,,.:1 M-.f ..4a....m....-...i.uw-.Q-Ji...,.......e,:..9,....,.1......,1...a............1...-.....s.....uaa...:..1..2g:.....:..g.....p.:.ag.L.aa.-.... 'A' - '- -- - -- -- - --1-V. W- , 3 E O I s I I , l ,, r-:"""!i 1 Man your 1 ALPHA stations. Boats to the rail Away all boats. Steady on her. Free and easy. v 83 V- ,,,w, --..... M, 'A A- s qm? W H' r Tit? xii: i'?'-e'35:lJE'5?'2'i1fm2?f'Ef2:ike.W'iffaJ:s.,.mrt,i-1?+wimLQ.ff.f:5tw5ffLm- 52- 'W ' " A ,,.. U l, V ,.1.. 33- ,,.1,,L 51 4. ' . .:. " m :4sm.e...... - .. ,,...r.1-15-..,2:r:u:h4r... 'vlfv-1-'11-fir' 2-12 'S' -- I N 7 f 7 , , 7 ,W X ff A wt ff W X, X 7 , 2 I ' lf mfffg f"' Down the nets. N Steady those nets. I. ' t Q Q J i U 4' 1 Ur! , X wx' s wtf A tt -Xsszsi. K X x Y V mess. 94 PAPA boats at their assigned debark stations. yfi ,, hug., H T,-, . ,314 ,zl Y, W Q .A ' .v-., , - 1 ,, A ,- - ,,,,,.......,,, . ,, ..,,..... ... .. -....-,,.s...,,.:,.--- vnonh-wh-h--.-ev' '-""' HELICOPTER DETAIL While the NOBLE was at sea, helo trans- fers occurred a number of times between one ship and another. The pictures presented here show the helo pilot receiving signals, the offi- cers who are to be transferred, the helo drop- ping down lower to the deck, the officers being helped and lastly being raised off the deck and into the helo. 85 M l , A w 3' 86 --in ,,,..Wal!l.. , , W, V-V VVVV , Q, . V- f, V-Y---, V ,,ewm15,N- , ,- , , f T ,J F ,i:qK.k..q: i - ,-My-F.-,L:b25:,,ur'ui5,,L,1,,bL..,.,,....x,,., ..,-,.,....... ,..,H!'E?Lfm ,,,k,:l,g X"?"EE::94g:3aza:::+?2fEHv3z :5 sa?2-efevlaifsvgswav:-:crm-rwr4.4-iq.-:A .ils w--rf-A-A.-', 2 -- - -Y 135-"15Fi"9 JAPAN f r 1 f F Tokyo Tower W 1 4 Y ,----Y' mf' U- -' ' A -W .. , ,,., . ,,.m.-...,,.am1e.f,f-,. .,.?:-..,-Q: ,Z -, V.-Wgnepf --.gg -1,5-gnevafh -Lay-..'. fwifff ef! - IEW 4 df Yi I J Nijo Castle, Kyoto ! x 1 A ' Mfllf , . ."'?f I - f" -1? 4 ff I I 1 ' ui iii? ' T d I' If r' F' ' . ' 1 y 4 A I 41 "f 1' I, . M ' :I ' X A A P' , .F -5 it e-ffm fx ' -9 . 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Noble (APA 218) - Naval Cruise Book online yearbook collection, 1963 Edition, Page 77

1963, pg 77

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1963, pg 56

Noble (APA 218) - Naval Cruise Book online yearbook collection, 1963 Edition, Page 44

1963, pg 44

Noble (APA 218) - Naval Cruise Book online yearbook collection, 1963 Edition, Page 52

1963, pg 52

Noble (APA 218) - Naval Cruise Book online yearbook collection, 1963 Edition, Page 70

1963, pg 70

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