Steinaker (DD 863) - Naval Cruise Book

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WITH THIS LONG-STANDING MIS- SION AN ESTABLISHED CONCEPT, USS STEINAKER CDD-8631 WAS BUILT BY THE BETHLEHEM STEEL COM- PANY IN STATEN ISLAND, NEW YORK AND WAS COMMISSION ED ON 26 MAY 1945 AS A DD 692 SUMMER CLASS QLONG HULLJ DESTROYER. THE SHIP IS NAMED IN HONOR OF PFC DONALD BAUR STEINAKER, USMCR, WHO WAS KILLED AT THE AGE OF 20 DURING THE EARLY CAMPAIGN FOR GUADAL- CANAL. ON THE MORNING OF 8 OC- TOBER I942, PFC STEINAKER PARTICI- PATED IN A VIOLENT BATTLE AGAINST OVERWHELMING JAPA- NESE FORCES. HE REFUSED TO LEAVE HIS POSITION, AND DIED HEROICAL- LY DEFENDING IT. FOR THIS ACTION. PRIVATE STEINAKER WAS POSTHU- MOUSLY AWARDED THE NAVY CROSS. l...,v' inn... I---Us 1 ' i -iym 'rl 659121:-' ' 4, ' iz-I ., , I U' 1 2, -I ' ...ar P 'Q AFTER COMMISSIONING IN MAY 1945, STEINAKER MADE HER INITIAL SHAKEDOWN CRUISE TO GUANTANAMO BAY, CUBA. SHE THEN RETURNED TO NORFOLK AND UNDERWENT A PERIOD OF INTENSIVE TRAINING, INCLUDING TACTICAL AND ANTI-SUBMARINE TRAINING, ON THE ATLANTIC COAST. UNFORTUNATELY, STEINAKER CERTIFIED TOO LATE TO SEE ANY ACTION IN WORLD WAR II. BETWEEN THE FALL OF 1947 AND THE EARLY SUMMER OF 1952, STEINAKER PARTICIPATED IN FIVE EUROPEAN AND MEDITERRANEAN CRUISES. UPON COMPLETION OF THIS FIFTH DEPLOYMENT, SHE WAS PREPARED FOR DECOMMISSIONING AND CONVERSION TO A RADAR PICKET DESTROYER. SHE WAS DECOMMISSIONED ON 1 JULY 1952. ,wvA xxx, DURING THE OVERHAUL, STEINAKER WAS FITTED WITH THE LATEST EARLY WARNING RADAR FOR USE IN LONG- RANGE DETECTION OF AIRCRAFT. THE CONVERSION COMPLETED. THE STEINAKER WAS RECOMMISSIONED ON 23 FEBRUARY 1953 AT THE NOR- FOLK NAVAL SHIPYARD. AND DESIG- NATED DDR 711 CLASS. FOLLOWING SHAKEDOWN CRUISE TO GUANTANA- MO BAY, CUBA, STEINAKER COMPLET- ED ONE MEDITERRANEAN DEPLOY- MENT, AND VARIOUS TACTICAL AND TRAINING CRUISES IN THE WEST AT- LANTIC. ANOTHER SHORT YARD PERI- OD WAS COMPLETED DURING SUM- MER OF 1955, FOLLOWED BY A THIRD SHAKEDOWN CRUISE AT "GITMO". A HEAVY OPERATIONAL SCHEDULE MARKED BY SIX MED DEPLOYMENTS AND THE REGULAR OVERHAULS OC- CURRED BETWEEN 1955 AND 1964. THIS PERIOD WAS HIGHLIGHTED BY PARTICIPATIONS WITH THE U.S. MARINE CORPS LANDING IN LEBANON IN 1958, ALSO BEING DESIGNATED THE FLAGSHIP FOR DESTROYER SQUADRON 26 IN 1959. IN 1961, THE SHIP ASSISTED IN THE PROJECT MERCURY SPACE PROGRAM. STEINAKER RE-ENTERED THE YARDS IN 1963 FOR A COMPREHENSIVE AND COMPLEX OVERHAUL. STEINAKER WAS CONVERTED IN 1964 UNDER THE FLEET REHABILITATION AND MODERNIZATION CFRAM IJ PRO- GRAM. ONE OF THE THREE GUN MOUNTS WAS REMOVED, AND ADDED WERE SOPHISTICATED ANTI- SUBMARINE TORPEDO TUBES AND AN ANTI-SUBMARINE ROCKET CASROCJ MISSILE SYSTEM. ROUNDING OUT TH E NEW PACKAGE WAS STATE OF ART SUBMARINE DETECTION EQUIPMENT, CALLED THE AN-SOS 23 SONAR SUITE. THESE CAPABILITIES, COMBINED WITH THE MODERN AN-SQS I0 AND TWO 5 INCH 38 CALIBER GUN MOUNTS MADE STEINAKER ONE OF THE MOST VERSATILE SHIPS IN THE UNITED STATES FLEET. OPERATIONALLY, THE NEXT EIGHT YEARS PROVED TO BE A BUSY PERIOD AS STEINAKER COMPLETED SEVEN NORTH ATI.ANTICfMEDlTERRANEAN DEPLOYMENTS. SHE SAW ACTION IN THE RED SEA AND INDIAN OCEAN AS PART OF U. S. MIDDLE EAST FORCES DURING THE 1967 ARAB-ISRAELI CONFLICT, AND PARTICIPATED IN SUCCESSFUL OPERATIONS OFF THE COAST OF VIETNAM. ON I FEBRUARY 1973, AS SHE NEARED THE AGE OF 28, STEINAKER WAS ASSIGNED TO THE NAVAL RESERVE FORCE AND HOMEPORTED IN BALTIMORE, MARYLAND, ADDING TO ITS MISSION THAT OF TRAINING READY RESERVE UNITS. SHE WAS INITIALLY ASSIGNED TO DESTROYER SQUADRON THIRTY, LATER TO SURFACE SQUADRON TWO, AND IS PRESENTLY ASSIGNED TO SURFACE GROUP FOUR. STEINAKER COMPLETED A FOURTEEN MONTH MAJOR OVERHAUL IN NOVEMBER 1979. HER OPERATING TEMPO SINCE THEN HAS KEPT HER AWAY FROM BALTIMORE 6596 OF THE TIME. THE SHIP WAS CERTIFIED TO EMPLOY ASROC AFTER A SUCCESSFUL TEST SHOT IN APRILXMAY 1980, CONCURRENT WITH SUCCESSFUL WSATfFORACS EXERCISES IN THE CARIBBEAN. THE SHIP COMPLETED REFTRA IN GUANTANAMO BAY, CUBA AND ATTAINED NAVAL GUNFIRE SUPPORT CNGFSI QUALIFICATIONS "WHAT SO PROUDLY WE HAILED" ad' 0 5- ag.,- '1 'Sil k - A V I , J I 34. "1 'v DURING THE SUMMER OF 1980. THE SPRING OF 1981 SAW THE STEINAKER CREW PREPARE FOR IT'S FIRST DEPLOYMENT IN EIGHT YEARSQ A THREE MONTH SUCCESSFUL UNITAS XXII CRUISE TO THE SOUTHERN CARIBBEAN AND SOUTH AMERICA FROM JULY-SEPTEMBER. PORTS OF CALL AND OPERATIONAL PORTS VISITED SINCE NOVEMBER 1979 IIAVE BEEN KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT AND THE GRENADINESQ ROADTOWN, TORTOLA QBVII1 FREDERIKSTED. ST. CROIX IUSVIIQ CHARLOTTE AMALIE. ST. THOMAS IUSVIIQ PORT DE FRANCE. MARTINIQUE: SALVADOR, AND RIO DE JANEIRO. BRAZIL: HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA1 INNER HARBOR BALTIMORE. MD: DUNDALK, MDL PORT EVERGLADES IFT. LALIDERDALEI, FL: SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO: MAYPORT. FI.: YORKTOWN, VAL NAS PATUXFNT RIVER, MD: U. S. NAVAL ACADEMY ANNAPOIIS, MDL NWS EARLE. N.l.1 Q lg' .-.-K vu.- it :- V. .W , - -- Q KJ, I 1-. .T-'s'h.. AND NEWPORT, RI. DURING THIS PERIOD, STEINAKER HAS HOSTED MORE THAN 5000 VISITORS. A FIGHTING UNIT OF THE NAVAL SURFACE FORCE, US. ATLANTIC FLEET, STEINAKER HAS OPERATED IN MAJOR FLEET AND FORCE EXERCISES VARYING FROM ANTI-AIR, ANTI- SUBMARINE,ANDSURFACEWARFARE EVOLUTIONS. ALSO INCLUDED WERE SPECIAL NAVAL GUNFIRE SUPPORT MISSIONS AND SUPPORT OIT AMPHIBIOUS UNITS AND IANDING FORCES ASHORF ADDITIONAIIY IN HER LATER YFARS STIINAKIR SUPPORTED SELECTED RISIRVI OM T I A PENNSYLVANIA DIIAWARI ANIJ WASHINF TON IX ARI A IN SUPI URI OF THE BASIC MISSION THROUGHOUT HER LONG AND VALIANT CAREER. STEINAKER HAS CONTINUALLY ADAPTED TO MEET THE CHANGING NEEDS OF THIS NAVY. SHE HAS SERVED THE NATION WFI.I.II ... WHEN YOU'RE OUT OF FRAMS. YOU'RE OUT OF CANS. UNITS OF THE U. NAVAL RESIQRVIQ FR IE MARYI, Nu, FRGM THE DESTRGYERMEN OF THE 40'S TO THE -J-on SLfRI-EACIQ WARIZXR li SPECIALISTS OF THIS ROS u I I 'W I ,ff I fy 1 ff M X ,fx an M M 4: 1 r' g if ,rp G I A f 5 If . I i , .' -' li J: ' I "SO LONG AS NA HONS l.I TRADE FRIEI5 TlAlliRli Wll.IO, NEED TO KEEP OPEN Tllli THE MEN so naom, TH rasr GREYHOLIND RIDE THAT NONE . ' I ' 1 O ' A P MAY ClAlM OQLAN Q? I 1 f -.a 3 Vli AND Bli A x SHA AND I5 'MTN ' In V Q' W f' ff A hr: hr! i -A ,. 1 ' ' PFl!"f' ! ATEN 'X Tafi-ii .O. COMMANDER RICHARD SEAMAN UNITED STATES NAVAL RESERVE COMMANDING OFFICER 29 DECEMBER 80 TO 24 FEBRUARY 82 COMMANDER SEAMAN WAS COMMISSIONED FROM OFFICER CANDIDATE SCHOOL, NEW- PORT, RI, IN JUNE 1964. AFTER COMMISSION- ING, HE SERVED SUCCESSIVE SEA DUTY TOURS ABOARD USS GUARDIAN IAGRII, USS INTERCEPTOR IAGRSJ AND USS MONTROSE CAPAZIZJ AS CICXAIC OFFICER. WHILE ABOARD THE USS MONTROSE, HE PARTICIPATED IN AMPHIBIOUS COMBAT OPERATIONS IN VIET- NAM. HIS FIRST TOUR ASHORE WAS AS ELECTRONIC WARFARE INSTRUCTOR AT FLEET ANTI-AIR WARFARE TRAINING CENTER, SAN DIEGO, FROM APRIL 1967 TO JANUARY 1969. FOLLOW- ING SHORE DUTY, HE WAS ASSIGNED TO THE USS MCKEAN CDD-7843, HOMEPORTED IN LONG BEACH, CA AS OPERATIONS OFFICER AND PARTICIPATED IN COMBAT ACTION IN VIET- NAM FOR WHICH HE WAS AWARDED THE NAVY COMMENDATION MEDAL. AFTER BEING RELIEVED IN OCTOBER 1971, COMMANDER SEAMAN ASSUMED COMMAND OF THE NAVAL RESERVE CENTER, PENSACO- LA, FL. UPON GRADUATION WITH AN MBA AND SPECIALITY IN PERSONNEL MANAGE- MENT FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF WEST FLOR- IDA AFTER HIS PENSACOLA TOUR, IIE RE- PORTED TO THE USS WILTSIE IDD-7161 IN SAN FRANCISCO AS EXECUTIVE OFFICER. PRIOR TO THE DECOMMISSIONING OF WILTSIE, HE WAS ASSIGNED TO THE OTHER SAN FRAN- CISCO BASED DESTROYER, USS CARPENTER QDD-8251, AS EXECUTIVE OFFICER FROM DE- CEMBER 1975 TO MARCH 1977. FROM APRIL 1977 TO FEBRUARY 1980, COMMANDER SEAMAN SERVED IN OPNAV AS THE HEAD, RESERVE ENLISTED PLANS SECTION. HE THEN AS- SUMED COMMAND OF THE USS ROGERS IDD- 876J UNTIL DECEMBER 1980. ON 29 DECEMBER 1980, COMMANDER SEAMAN ASSUMED COM- MAND OIf TIIE USS STEINAKER IDD-8631. IIIS DECORATIONS AND SERVICE MEDALS IN- CLUDE: NAVY COMMENDATION MEDAL, NAVY HE" RIBBON, NATIONAL DEFENSE SER- VICE MEDAL, ARMED I-'ORCES EXPEDITION- ARY MEDAL, VIETNAM SERVICE MEDAL WITH FOUR STARS. SEA SIQRVIVI-f, RIBBON, REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM CAMPAIGN MEDAL WITH 1960 DEVICfE, REPUBLIC' OI' VIIITNAM GALLANTRY CROSS, AND MII ITARY UNIT COMMENDA- TION IARMY1. ,.,.,.,,.s XX.. X.O. COMMANIII-R IANII-S A IBAII l,NI'III-ID SIA IIS NAVY I"XI"lIlIII IVIf OI'I'ILII"R 25 SEPTIfMI'IIiR 80 TO 24 I-'IQIIRI IAR Y HQ? COMINIANDER DAII. l?NI.IS'I'IiD IN 'I'IIIi NAVY IN 1962 AND, FOIIOWING A FLEET APPOINTMENT, RECEIVED IIIS COMMISSION AFTER GRADUATING FROM THE U. S. NAVAL ACADEMY IN 1967. SEA TOURS HAVE INCLUDED BILLETS AS MISSILE OFFICER ON USS BAINBRIDGE QCGN-255, WEAPONS OFFICER ON USS TALBOT IFFG-43 AND OPERATIONS OFFICER ON USS SHREVEPORT ILPD-125. HIS SHORE TOURS INCLUDE DUTY AS EXCHANGE OFFICER TO THE JAPANESE MARITIME SELF DEFENSE FORCE, INSTRUCTOR DUTY AT THE NROTC UNIT, RICE UNIVERSITY IN HOUSTON, TEXAS AND A SHORT TOUR AS A STUDENT AT ARMED FORCES STAFF COLLEGE IN NORFOLK, VIRGINIA. HIS DECORATION AND SIERNICI- MEDALS INCLLfDIi TIII' NAXY Tifkg COMMENDATION NIEDAI. IXAVITII GOLD STAR IN LIEL' OF SECOND AXKARDI. THE NAVY ACIIIEYEXIFNT NIFDAI.. NATIONAL DEFENSE SIQRYICI5. X1IfD'xI.. VIETNAM SERVICE NIFDAI XND SLA SERVICE RIBBON. NBR ,M 3 of Yfwfyv, fx ,yy ' 215 t w :fy "ff-ffafrf, duff? f f '1 4 fn, V- ww., , ..M,, ,1,,,..A,. . ,v.,, E GI EERI DEPT THE ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE OPERATION, CARE, AND MAINTENANCE OF THE SHIP'S MAIN PROPULSION PLANT, AUXILIARY MACHINERY, ELECTRIC POWER GENERATORY AND DISTRI- BUTION SYSTEMS, DAMAGE CON- TROL, REPAIRS TO THE SHIPIS HULL, AND ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT OF OTHER DEPARTMENTS. LCDR BOB MIEAIJOWCROII "RAM" "U N DERWAY, SH I FT RACKS" X ..k.1 QI' B DIVISION" M DIVISION" L If "R IJIVISIUN "READ MY LIPS" ' in H DOC SAVAG IL" Hlllili WA'HiR" ",ll'S1 DU!" M ,in BLOOD, SWIQAT, AND TIQARS I f ,NIUNH WIIII ,N I II Il I' I XI I IIII R AL M" DIVISION l 5 IS THIS RADAR?" SCRI-'WS IURNINCI I IIII' I-UR! I"' H 4 V A : li V Y I I U A-4 "THE GLAREN fi 5 f Q, NOISE" 'J 4, , LIGHTS BURNING TURN IT ON" U BRIEAKTIMIT' I i I WW KJ a 1 X 'SCOTLAND WU UBDHWMONN KEEP THE SALT WATER OUT, AND KEEP THE PLANT STIQAMINGY HWHSSHI """" ll TT T VH f' 'W is-A UYANKAV vu' - "SHACKliD 0lI'I"' 15 'R DIVISIONXSCRAMBLE SQUAD: EMERGENCIES UNDERWAYM 5-'Ji "REV IT UP" X "ON SCIENIQ I.Ii.fXDIiR" "FIRE, FIRIE, FIRI2, FIRE IN COMPARTMENT 2-I79-3E" ,K gd FIRE ' 4 .SUI -YN I I NIISSI' NUI-.R AXYI... IIUSI' N1 'KN DOWN" 2 I OPER TIONS DEPT THE OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT IS SPI?- CIFICALLY RESPONSIBLE FOR TI-IE COL- LECTION, EVALUATION, AND DISSEMI- NATION OF COMBAT AND OPERATION- AL INFORMATION REQUIRED FOR THE ASSIGNED MISSIONS AND TASKS OF THE SHIP. THE OPERATIONS DEPART- MENT INCLUDES SUCH DIVERGENT AREAS AS THE CONDUCT OF ALL VISU- AL AND ELECTRONIC EXTERIOR COM- MUNICATIONS, SEARCH AND THE EX- ECUTION OF ELECTRONIC COUNTER- MEASURES, NAVIGATION, SHIP'S OFFI- CEXPERSONNEL OFFICE, ELECTRONIC SHOP, COMBAT INFORMATION CEN- TER, RADIO CENTRAL, THE SIGNAL BRIDGE, MEDICAL AND THE CHIEF MASTER-AT-ARMS. Ii IDR .IUIINNY PUR "OX DIVISION" "oc DIVISION" Um IHVNUNH -13-. r ,P SMIL- 1 " A -.., ':w"'F"K adww' W K ,p If 151- -' waqgwfls Ik EL F 8 .1 'Hn ,H-.. NBIR Q "BIG I'iYIiS KIiIiI' ON LOOKING" UNO I IX 'uw-Q, ,I-L I E + Q4 7? lY,- f E . H k , el' 5 - Jw 1 .B K' JF, QQPQQ I "I l7UN'! XX XXI In Ill XI? II' 0- ,kflf-.-XII1 N1'xP,f ll S2 XNHU H H xy l1M',xQ r,4, 1 T . Q , V., 'i - dy' : t.- if A . 1-.4 1. if J , ,Q uf-"E F Eg, ' is ua-wvsqnmilhdhlg "THE SHERIFFN IT WONT HURT A BIT" 4 ff iii ,af , -- T 'P' H 'Q 1 ,Sf ,Q F n A T L 3: "SEARCH AND DESTROY" 11+-bw. W.. YN'S HAVE TO FAT, TOO!" x i gunnqnnlllnn "i1un..-...V 1 . 1 5 X ,TTL 1 3 , "WHAT'? WE'RE GETTING UNDERWAY AGAIN I. "GOOD GUYS FINISH FIRST" UCHIEFS WORK TOO . "I MADE WHAT!! SOY" WEAPGNS DEPT THE WEAPDNS DEPAR'IxMIfNII' IS IDI- VIDED INTO TI-IRIZIQ DDIISIDNS. QFIRST, SECOND, AND ASI. SHIUNID AND AS DIVISIDNS ARIQ RIQSIIDNSIIII I-A FOR THE DIRECT EMPI.ClYIN'1IfNI'. AND MAINTENANCE or TIIIQ SIIIIVS A R A1 A, MENT, ORDNANCE, AND I-'IRIf CON' TROL EIQUIPIVIENTINCI,I,IIJINfIfIIINS. GUN DIRECTOR, I-'IRIi CfON'IROI, RA. DAR, ASROC MISSIIIQ I3A'II'I1IiRY. ASW TDRPEDD SYSTEM AND ASSDc'IA'I'I1D SDNAR UNITS, AND TIIIQ I'ROC'IIIlI-A MENT, HANDLING, STOWAISIJ, AND IS- SUE OF AMMIINITIDN AND www. TECHNICS. FIRST DIVISIDN wx, ECUTES DECK SEAMANSIIII' DRI-R- ATIDNS AND EVDIIITIDNS INCIIIID- INGQ ANCHORING, NIDDRINC, I"l,II:I,- ING, REPLENISHMENT AT SHA AND THE OPERATION DI' TIIIi MOWOR WHALE BOAT. "SILENT SIIAIJOWS UI' 5"f3K'S" Y' IIN IMII IN' IIASIAIII, ...I........8s..........M.- V... .. 1 5, "' "E 5" I IIRI'IfIN.W5 AWAY" 4 rf IST DIVISION" - I MAS IJIVISIUNM 'UND DIVISION V, 1 -J 1, I -as ffhxf.. -...L "ON lil-LK "ON TNI: BRIIXHT' Ll' mi" f L N, cu4tA uw rm xlB'xl1'N ww- n I w - mu i 'a "LEGALLY SPEAKING" I I I ' I 1 I I 'I 2 I I 1 , . +-N 11 ?! Q 5111-V 4. is ,E "ON ICE" UHILLSTREET BLUES "LIKE THIS" 3u2,,,"" fy-A . . .,. ,nun 2 fy SHOT l IN!-" 1 .4 . .. ff ,:1i",, H . ,. 'M EL.-'fy 'ff v 91 In A7 , , ,Q J fw vf f, , M., I f 5 Z. -, tiff ,, 4 .,, A Nm, .,, ,.,.,. ,f - M-'71-2 wiv ,A Blwhlwjnwm uyih z I, N in 4... avi M q Q ' .""',, Q, ,. V W V" ' -4-2'A"""! Vi .V f " 'ZW' fi: I Md hz. , 4.1 fi "' Qkf, Q-in-up 38 '14 ci' ,,.f 1 I., A ,mann-f ,z gg Y f 'f'-'-1 '-1 , Q , Aw. , M1r""'P f. as-:I 4, nm, , 1 , 4? 4.5, ll 'xl IINIIIFN' ARIN Nl! NN IR' 5' lm X if Q. B is . Mub- ua P "TAKE IN ALI. LINES I-'ORE A ND AFT" rw C "l'Rl-PAR! IU inf' l3NlHxRW'AN HUNRICE 'HH' BROWN Af. L.lI all , 1 -.L-. FOS'CI.fi, BRIDGE AI.l, I INIQS DECK" "l5NIDlfRW,-XY, SHI! T CO! ORS" 4, 1 1 "TUG MAKING BRFNK AWAY SUPPLY DEPT THE DEPARTMENT IS DIVIDED INTO FOUR MAJOR AREAS. 1. THE STORES AREA IS COM POSED OF STOREKEEPERS WHOSE IS RESPONSI- BLE FOR REQUISITIONINGXPUR- CHASING, RECEIVING, STOWING AND DISTRIBUTING THE REPAIR PARTS AND OTHER ITEMS AS NEEDED. 2. THE SHIP'S SERVICEMEN PROVIDE LAUNDRY AND BARBER SERVICE TO THE CREW 3. THE DISBURSING AREA IS RESPON- SIBLE FOR MAINTAINING TI-IE CREW'S PAY RECORDS. 4. THE MESS MANAGEMENT SPECIAL- ISTS PROCIQRE, PREPARE AND SERVE THE FOOD IN THE MESS. 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