Staten Island (AGB 5) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1954

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The Russians renamed her HSEVERNY VETERU which means Northwind, and assigned her to the Northern Sea Route Command, where she served until her ul- timate return to the United States. After nearly three years of negotiations the Soviets finally agreed to return the icebreaker, and thus on 19 December 1951 in Bremerhaven, Germany, a crew of six officers and sixty-five men took pos- session from the Red Navy. The vessel showed unmistakable signs of improper maintenance, and the degree of cleanliness was so low that the Crew was dis- gusted as they moved aboard for the first time. On january 31, 1952, the Russian named Northwind was officially commissioned the U.S.S. NORTHWIND AGB-5, thus taking her rightful place in the United States Navy. After two months of hard work by the crew with the aid of the German Shipyard and the U.S. Naval Advanced Base at Bremerhaven, the U.S.S. NDRTH- WIND, in company with the U.S.C.G.WESTWlND,plowed her way through the Atlan- tic and safely arrived in Boston on February 25, 1952. Since .there ,already existed a Coast Guard Icebreaker named the Northwind, -the ship was renamed the U.S.S. STATEN ISLAND on April 15, 1952. The STATEN ISLAND has d . r ma e seven successful ice-breaking operations to northern t " wa ers carrying her standard, The Polar Bear" on a green field to such giitant spots as Alert on Elsmere Island, approximately 435 miles from the North o e. D U , . e ing t e art est nott any Navy ship -and on occasion av h ' ring the trip to Alert, the ship set a record for trav I' h f h h of. ' r B G t e crew visions of wintering in the ArCtiC- Upon her successful I ' ' ' ' d d b C C.0mP 6:1100 of the mission and safe return, she was com- mefl C Y Omruander in Chief of the Atlantic Fleet and received a placque ffvm Commander Service Squadron Four, U.S. Atlantic Fleet ' The prize treasure of the STATEN ISLAND ' ' I . . . , n t 1 ' ' , Ai plCf1l1g its work during tcebreakin ' S an ol pamtmg of the P .p . . 8 Operattons. The painting was A merchant ship S.S. MORMACELM 1 n appreciation for services rendered. latest cruise found the STATEN ISLAND working W ,fffSUPP1Ying two eskimo villages? a burned Royal Mounty. A Wt. F ' 5 '-4,31 ,. 1-4 r- w-fb L Q Sava?-1.y.5 AW 5-'w...,.x ne. 4:1 -.',,:e,-7 .fr . ,AL "-t. . f N"F,, , ' - V' A V J V' -iwlnbf-uAr'bbi+-vf-'Le --M3 . . . - 1"5'M"4'L"5Kmu3'Vi2'k1 Y Q if-3a-M pun: W? N ,du In .v 5 J ' L Y 5- W., Vw ...Q .. ,. .- ,,- -1 ' J 5 ,Mr 'ifig Q., -..M x 4 . "3" ' wt- An' an . V - -.V . 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He was given command of the STATEN ISLAND in May of 1952, and commanded the ship on Operation Sunec, Sunac, and Nanook dur-in which time the AGB-5 resupplied Alert on Elsmere, Islandg hte Northernmost point any Navy vessel has reached undei its own power. Effective in May 1954 Commander Smith became Captain Frank M. Smith, USNQ and after bein relieved as Commanding Officer of the STATEN ISLANDg in july 1954, he went to Ne R War College. WPOIT, .I. to attend the Naval FRANK M. smlm commnmc orncen Captain Frank M. Smith, a native gf gtan, ford Kentucky, was born on February 15 1913. Upon graduation from the Uniteri States Naval Academy in June uf 1935, he was commissioned an Ensign and assigned to the Battleship MARYLAND, where hg stayed for nearly two years as Assistant Gun- nery Officer. During 1938 and 1939 he serv- ed on the Destroyers U.S.S. DORSEY and U.S.S. CLARKE, commanding the torpedo division. In 1940, a year prior to World War Two, LTIG Smith graduated from the Submarine School at New London Connecticut and re- ported aboard the S-27. He served as Tor- pedo Commander, First Lieutenant, and then Executive Officer, making almost con- tinuous war patrols in Pacific waters after the war broke out. Late in 1942 Lt. Smith was transferred to the S-33, and later to the S-55, making Lieutenant Commander early in 1945. ln August of 1944, he had his own command, the SEALg and, in September, his third stripe. From October 1944 to Feb- ruary 1945 Cdr. Smith was PCO of the U.S.S. BERGALL, and then was transferred to the HAMMERHEAD. As CO of this ship he went on three more war patrols, sinking fu October 1946, after attending various HAROLD S. HAMlIN, Jr. COMMANDING OFFICER Commander Harold S. Hamlin, jr. attended Culver Military Academy and the Severn Sthool prior to his appointment to the Naval Academy. He was commissioned an Ensign U5-,on graduation in 1938, and reported aboard gl- U.S.S. IDAHO KBB-425, part of the battle for-ce of the U.S. Fleet then based in the Pacific. ln june of 1939, he joined the l QS.S. MONAGHAN KDD-3543, serving as first Lieutenant until his transfer about a -A -fir later to the U.S.S. HOUSTON CCA-305. v M November of 1940 the HOUSTON became 'li' flagship of the Asiatic Fleet. ln the 1 fly days of World War Two he was Turret Y, .1 wnicer of Turret One during the Battle of the Sea and the Battle of Sunda Strait. ilizrret One was the only turret not lcnocl-:ed by enemy fires, and fired the last heavy an salvos from the ship before it was sunlc. After swimming to land, LTIG Hamlin captured by the lapanese and held wsoner in java, Singapore, Burma and Siam. fi- was promoted to Lieutenant Commander If-'ill release on 29 August 1945, and to Com- ii.uder while still on rehabilitation leave. at-iiools, he joined the U.S.S. TOPEKA -W ,. ak- -. 5 M 'F' .., ., ' - '5"'mtX,. t ':':,,,.. -N 'r 1 .,., fir- . , .... if -L. M E-,ms ':'- 4 ' M.. '11-W... "71"n'.,- ..- a f is fwfr!- ICL-67J as Navigatorg and, after a brief tour, reported to the Bureau of Personnel in August of 1947. Commander Hamlin served as Assistant Officer in Charge of the discipline section and as a member of the Naval Sentence Review and Clemency Board until detached in 1950. He then served as Commanding Officer of the U.S.S. RUSH which engaged in the blockade and bombardment of the East Coast of Korea. From February 1952 until July 1954 he served in the Of- fice of the Chief of Naval Operations in the Strategic Plan- ning Section. ln july Commander Hamlin assumed command of the U.S.S. STATEN ISLAND. HORACE C. l'l0llfY EXECUTIVE OFFICER Lieutenant Horace C. Holley enlisted in the Navy in january of 1939 as an appren- tice Seaman, and advanced through every enlisted rating to commissioned status. After being commissioned as an Ensign on March 15, 1944, Mr. Holley spent his first few months at the Small Craft Training Center in Miami, Florida. During the next four years he was assigned to the U.S.S. OCONTO CAPA-1875 and the U.S.S. COL- ONIAL KLSD-IBJ, where he served as Navi- gator, Communications Officer and Opera- tions Officer. Ji ,ff On june 6, 1948 he entered Officer Train- ing School as an N.R.O.T.C. student at the Alabama Polytechnic Institute in Auburn, Alabama. Upon completion of his studies. he once again entered school, this time as a General Line Student at the limited States Naval School in Montery, California. Graduating from Line Officerls School he reported aboard the U.S.S. BLACKWOOD lDE-2191 on February 5, 1951. where he served as Navigator and Operations Officer. later becoming Executive Officer. He came I0 the U.s.s. STATEN ISLAND in February' Of 1953, serving as Navigator, Operations Of' ficer, Aerial lce Observer, and then EX' cutive Officer. Lf' HONEY was relieved as Executive Ol' ficer early in February, 1955 by Lieutenallf Commander Earl H. Clark, and is nowfm' tioned in Washington, D.C. as Recruiting Officer. P 1 af- , , if pr -4 wi 1,5 fi? .1 T5 if S is UST ROW! L. T0 R. LTJG JACOBS ON, LT RADLOFF, LT HOLLEY, CDR HAMLIN, LT CUR TIS, LT APPLEBACH. CZND ROWJ L. TO R. LTJG HYDE, LTJG NEFF, ELEC GILBROOK, CHBSON MARINOS, MACH WHITSON. C3RD ROW! L. TO R. LTJG MC MINN, ENS MESSING, CUMMISSIDNED UFFICERS l 'TH .1,l,A.V,, V V V , 3 5 - . W . l UST ROWX L. TO R. LTJG HYDE, LTJG DONALDSON, LT APPLEBACH LT RADLOFF EZND ROWJ L. TO R. LT CURTIS, LTJG INMAN, LTJG JACOBSON, LTJG MCMINN DEPARTMENT HEADS 'Q 3.4. fo- " 7 -ff 'L ' it uf si CHIEF PEITY UFFICERS UST ROWD L. T0 R. FORTIN BMC, LORD ENC, COX BMC, f2ND ROWD L. T0 R. MINS CSC ROBERTS QMC, TREBOTCH RMC, KOLOSSEUS HMC ...Z I : A-l"" , FIRST IIIVISIUN IFRONT ROW! L. T0 R. FORESTALL, DODSON, MAILLOUX, SULLIVAN, CHBOSN MARINOS GREEN, WILSON, DAGASTINO CSECOND ROWI L. TO R. FRAZER, LEMAY, HESS, CAMPBELL JEANGER, TRONSDAL, GABRIEL, LOTZ ITHIRD ROWI L. T0 R. POULIN, RASEY, ROTTMAN MAGERS, PRITTS, WILLE, VAUGHN. UST ROW! L. TO R. FUNK, BISBY, YOUNG, POULIN, JONES, SMITH, ENS LEE, LTJG FORL lNG,COX,MEZARDASH, GOULET, BUGDEN CZND ROWJ L. TO R. JONES, AARON, GOFORTH, STAKE, STAKE C. GRABER, SPAIN, SAMPSON, DALY, HENSER, GOOD, DESIMONI, SCALZO KTHIRD ROWJ L.TO R.DROPPS, TELLO, TROUP, WALKER, LILLEY, MEELER, GRUBB, GET- TINGS, BEERS, GUTKOWSKI, FORGUE, LARSON SECOND DIVISIUN N 'rxi 5 x 45 H , , 3 Ji ff' 'T C DIVISIUN UST ROWI L. T0 R. GARDNER, ROBERTS, ENS MESSING, TREBOTICH, HOMANN QZND ROWI L. T0 R. MATSON, GREENSFELDER, BRANSON, IAMES, PARRY, GILBERT, GILCHRIST, LALIBERTY, DAVIS I3RD ROWI L. T0 R. MALCOLM, DORGE, WESTMORELAND, MC ELROY, ZELLER, ALLEN, HOSIER, KRAMP, CASSIDY, MARKETON, f4TH ROWI L. T0 R. VUKAS, ROLLINS, IRVING, MITCHELL, 0'HAGAN, ROUX, MARSHALL, DAVIS, GILLIS UST ROWJ L. T0 R. SIRK, HIOTT, CHELEC, CLOONEY, WORELL, CLAUSEN. l2ND ROWJ L. TO R. ARENA, CLODGO, JACKSON, LOVELACE, FRANKLIN, SPENCER, LEWIS. f3RD ROWQ L. RO R. CARROLL, SYLVIA, AARON, HUNTER, BURKETT, CASEY, GRANT. Mi W EDIVISIUN - X.. I T ,,. , ... .- -1-,. HST ROWJ L. TO R. GOUKER, JOHNSON, ICKLEY, FROST, GILLIS, LORD, MACH WHITSON, FOUTS, MYERS, BRINKLEY l2ND ROWJ L. TO R. FEAMAN, WALSH, WOODHOUSE, VANDEN- BOOM, RHODES, EGAN, NORTHRUP, VAUGHN, HAYES, STOKES 1 M DIVISIUN IST SECTIUN 1,1 If 1 i 4 1 ' M DIVISIUN ZND SECTIUN if fb UST ROW! L. TO R. RIVARD, BESSERT, HOPKINS, BATES, LT APPLEBACH, MACH WHITSON MOFFITT, WYNN, BRAYSON, CROOK QZND ROWJ L. TO R. DEVEAUX, HERSHMAN, WEST SWARMS, FERNANDEZ, PUTMAN, COLLINS, RIBERIO, DOBERT, WESSELING, GIAMPOLO, SLUUS, FORSS, DANIELS, VLCHEK YQ Jglj - V 'Lay I 0 4 11 I IIST ROWI L. TO R. COFFONE, HEYWARD, ROBINSON, MILLER, LTJG NEFF, LT CURTIS, RUIGAMEZ, BUSH, HATHAWAY, SHEEHAN, MILLER. IZND ROWJ L. TIO R. GOURDEAU, BENUM, HOMLES, WILSON, FORGEA, FRAINEY, KINGREY,WASNIEWSKI, WEEMAN, BICKI-IOUS KLEIN, WALTERS, MOORE, SMITH J. ROBINSON J, GREATHOUSE, SMITH E, BROOD, WADDLE S IIIVISIUN 5 "'f 'aka-5 HELICOPTER CREW 2ND CRUISE UST ROW! L. TO R. ZIMMERMANN, FINES, BOGDAN CZND ROWJ Ln T0 R. LTJG PETHERICK, ULERY, STEINARD, LTJG QUINLEVAN CHELEC CLOONEY UST ROW! L. TO R. SECORY, WESTMORELAND, HIOTT, WORRELL, DALMA, SCIUTO CZND ROWJ L. TO R. CHRISTIANSEN, GEDDIE, DRAGUN, WALTERS, BRICKER NEW PERSUNNEL UST ROW! L. TOR. DUNN, HAJDU, HASSER GRIFFIN GAST FATHAUR FRANK HARTZ JOHNSON 2ND ROW 'K y L. TO R. JOLLIFF,lDUDLEY,'EASTNfAN ' K HARRISONi FOLKERTS, HANzAK, Dusose ' GRABOUS " IEISURE HOURS ARE SPENT BY.. WATCHING MOVIES ,AE EXCHANGING SCUTTLEBUTT ,.,,,w4!f READING BOOKS EARLY RACK TIME A HELPING HAND -2.00 QV' vs we cis or -A 'wx o s9"'w oqe ,A lf- BATTER up + PARTY DER BINGLE Iwi . 'x 0 f 4 ,r A-DE S7-,N N 'Q DIPIN K CHUCQA L U 6 HITS AND A MISS 10280N 1 JUNE, 1954 FIRST ICE FIRST SHIP - USNS GENERAL USNS GENERAL HAAN AND USS ASHLAND MAIL CALL! EXIT MR. CURTIS is .f-:W - 1--6.5.4. ,-.v.,.1-, 'Q-yawn-eff ' A. 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'--Q BUT HELICOPTER SETS DOWN .fiozlm A' L.. , f..-vi 'Rx ,., 9 . 5 Y 1' ' ,J AS ALL HANDS wncu ONE-TENTH COVERAGE THREE TENTHS COVERAGE Flve-Tennis covemxce E Q, ' R' -..,,,, V X Q- E Ni'-1,T I f' , adn.- U SECTIONS ONE AND TWO v. .R iw, vm M1 V -my A -, A re , . ,,,.Q . 'rv,,gfw-. T: 1.. ' E' SEVEN-TENTHS COVERAGE ,,,,,.f--'-'M' W A A M XA riflf- " S ui . 14,55 35' Twggiiif 'rw' , xl I , ow LIBERTY commences Fon B v-,' .4 -., 4 ...gym A , . M - . -..M 'Q' 'Aw ' A .' , O71 , 4. S' Ji P THEHARBOR HSTERS "xi-N. LE FIRE IN B-4 CAUSED BY SALT WATER LEAK ak' 'ii W' 4. l .4 Ji- K Vzvxfj S, E ., ,-qw '- P 'V ., Lykbwk A P ai 1? -K '36-A at l. 'gf-:ul ' " 28 .., 'ill 1 NARSAR SUNNY SOUTHERN GREENLAND l'D PADDLE A MILE FOR A CAMEL WQQULDER BOARDS if, ,,,,.nfx UAK ., , '-I Q- ,df , BODY BUILDING DANISH VISITORS SUNDAY OPEN HOUSE Iv 1 O 5,1188 .I CHANGE S . -N-...hh .xv ' I' .,,, A L E' 91 2 2 . I ...As i---QQQL.. ' CUMMAND ' A an Y RUWNBAGGEWS PARADISE fg. fi 1, . i A- 7 SEPTEMBER 1954 IX X Q 2" K A 'XXB-fl gwoxix 1 AAAND AWAY WE G0 kIi "Wi-4. WITH G Q ON THE WAY ICE HOLDS STATEN ISLANU 3.4.4, an ff. 'L-Mug BUT DYNAMITE WILL GET US OFF... T N L M BANG! ...LL NN BIG, BIG DEAL! Q .AL 49' -f.S2"" I" X NE Wk ,L 5 I I cn '41, ,f..,e Y-.11 ,gn ,Z BEER UN ICE " H ...J Qu psf M K NDRTHERN PANURAMA fg.,-, , , .,., , ,A ,,5,, fx As- I M, , Q. 4A V 4 A JM, ig 5 ww V!! V if .RQ '55, .r y A ,,,i 1 . . 1 1 , gs' f 'ff ,A . E 3 E.. ' K , 31' '. fl' I .,4 lx 'aff f- ,ffl ' p 53' r ,, .:i?3"' U ,gs-, DEPENDENT'S MEDICAL CARE F3 fi s' A-Z"iL-. wi . FRIENDS TEA TIME FAMILY ESKIMO P.X. AQ 4 A ! K ' x 4' I X L x MX N 4 21 f.. Q ff SPECIAL CONSTABLE KUDLO0 'T 3 Q '4 ', I - S 1 E 1 f--W .f 1,115 Q 5 , ff -- I I E E I I I i I Q E ? Qi 5 y Y kwa xx LAST SHIP ESCORTED OUT OF THULE .,, ,gh lid' CAUSES H EAVY DAMAGE " If ' " ' THE CRUEL SEA Q- IS THIS WATERTIGHT INTEGRITY? UST ROWJ L. TO R. 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