Sterett (DLG 31) - Naval Cruise Book

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AlNll't'W inht-ritt-tl suhstantial propt-rty lironi his fatht-rg howcvcr, his intcrcst led him tothe sea, and he entered tht- Navy as a 1.it-utt-nant on 25 March 1798. 'l'hc ncwly t-ommissiontztl c'0lI5fl'1lLlfflII1 had just gotten to st-a as tht- lirst of st-vt-ral lirigatt-s ortlt-rt-tl hy tht- fledgling llcpartmcnt of the Navy, and Andrew Ste-rt-tt hccamt- ht-r '1'hirt1 l.it-utt-nant. I.t-ss than a ycar latt-r ht: trommandt-d a battery of the Constellatimzfv grt-at guns ina hattlt- against tht- 1141-gun 1"rt-nch frigatc L'ln.surgt'n1t'. The outcome marked the first victory at st-a for tht- lfnittetl Statt-s Navy and inspirctl tht: nation in its undeclared war with France for frt-t-tloln of tht- st-as. By February 1800 Stt-rt-tt had rist-n to 1"irst 1.it-utt-nant on hoartl tht-t'w1.m'Il11t1'mi. llis ship's stunning triumph over tht- powt-rlul 53-gun 1'lrt-nch liritgatt- 1,41 lv't'II.Q't'tlIIl'l' in that saint- month won a Congressional vote of thanks and incrt-asctl rt-spt-ct lor tht- nt-w nation throttgliout tht- world. 1.att-r in tht- yt-ar Sic-rvtt left the C'0nxtt'lltzt1'on to st-rvc as tfotnniotlort- '1irnxtnn's 1"irst 1.it-utt-nant in tht- frigatt- 1,l't'.Nl'tll'lIf. and hy the end of tht- yt-ar ht- had his own coinntantl, tht- schoont-r l':llft'l'fJl'I..W', tht- lirst of tht- Navy's wrirships to bear the namt-. After capturing two lirt-nch privatt-t-rs in st-paratc t-ngatgt-int-nts, tht- young captain st-t sail for the Mediterranean in a squadron connnantlt-tl hy t'onitnotlort- Richard llalt-, '1'ht-ir aim: to forct- tht- 'liripolitan pirates to ceast- tht-ir attacks on 1Xint-rican ships, ln a furious t-ngagt-int-nt against tht- pirate warship Trzfoli, commantlt-tl hy Ras Mahonit-t lions, Stt-rt-tt fought till' thrt-t- attt-nipts to hoard his ship and twice skirted disaster wht-n tht- piratt- captain lialst-ly struck his colors to makt- tht- .Xmericans put down their arms in expectation ol' surrt-ntlt-r. lfinally, thrt-t- ol' his ship's masts shot away. Ras Mahomt-t Rous threw his flag into tht- st-a and ht-ggt-tl lor qttartt-r. Stt-rt-tt pt-rsonally hoardt-tl tht- t-nt-my ship and had her guns. anchors. and cahlt-s thrown ovt-rhoartli l.t-:tying ,l'l'lif'0lIi with a singlc spar and sail. Sterett sailed on. He was prt-st-ntt-tl a swortl hy l'rt-sitlt-nt lhonias .lt-1'1't-rson and his mt-n won a month's extra pay for their heroic action. ln following yt-ars Stt-rt-tt cotninantlt-tl tht- l'f11tt'rpri.w' in a hlockatlt- of tht- coast of Tripoli and parti- cipated in convoy opt-rations in tht- Mt-tlitt-rrant-an, llt- lantlt-tl linitt-tl States Consul James Simpson at Tan-giers for nt-gotiations that rt-snltt-tl in tht- lirin t-stahlishnit-nt of pt-acc with Morocco on 15 August 1802. Ste-re-tt continnt-tl to carry tliploniatic tlt-spatcltt-s antl to allortl prott-t-tion to the growing American merchant traffic in tht- Mt-tlitt-rrant-an. .Xltt-r an t-ngagt-int-nt in which I'fntt'rpr'i.w' captured an enemy ship Dying the imperial flag ol' tht- lit-y til' lnnis, Sit-rt-tt rt-tnrnt-tl hotnt- in March of 1803. Re-signing from the Navy in 1805, ht- ht-gan a t-art-cr in tht- nit-rchant tnarint- which was tt-rminatt-d by his premature death, at Lima, l't-ru, on 9 ,lnnv 18117 Andltw Ste-rt-tt's re-pntation thtl not tlit- with hiin. 'l'ht- llnitt-tl States and its young Navy had BCCGBR- Plisbed what tht- gre-at powt-rs ol' lfnropt- had ht-cn powt-rlt-ss to do: tht-y had humhled the Barbary piratm lad Bild! ponsihltt pt-an-ltil tratlt- in tht- Nlt-tlitt-rrant-an. ln tht- yt-ars to comt- names like Andrew Suefttl, Ricblrd Dale, and Stt-pht-n llt-catnr would gain in staturt-3 and tht- tlauntlcss spirit that triumphed in the miwl'l'll18Qfl would livt- on in tht- suhniarinc-inft-stt-ti watt-rs of tht- North Atlantic. at Midway, in h C931 S, If lm'htm, and totlay in tht- tinll' ol' il-Hllliill. ,Qty .. f., . .fa , I 15,1 I " ta -,Q , ' ' 3 3' , K - -is , Lf. ,., . ,.. ,bfi ia." if i 55 -H. , sw. ' fr,-. 5 ,I s, H fa-H Q' ix I . . 1 151 . 9,4 Q tel' ' H: 4 it 1 I if tt EEE . ,, if ii? -:ii gi i2 gr, 1: ii 555' S5 I it 1,. iq' KK' ' lf pl I 1 1 ii l 5 'f . .5 , i 3 i Q52 1115: ., 1 L l 1 ',., Qi ffl .1 'I 1 SHIPS N MED TERETT The first S'1'FRE'1'T 117197-971 was commissioned at liosttltl on Iii lieeeinliei 111141 'lihe new hllll' was 293 feet long and displaced 7-12 tonsg with a tlesiglwtl fiI"""l uf ifll 5' linots, st lgltl-,l l was armed with five three-inch guns. three .130 caliber machine films- illlll Mx lb Hull' lulilmll' lullw Homeported in Boston S'l'ERlf'liT patrolled the waters of the east coast with other 'flute 'rf the Ninth Torpedo Division Oper-oiiiig iii aio ciii-ititioiiii, s'1'i-:tu-:'r'r t-ov.-i-.-it nit- iiioitiiie -it l' H Mari'-es in Hoiii on 1 ,lune 1916 when chaotic conditions in the troubled t'aribhean country retpurt-il liuitetl States inter- vention to restore order. VVith America's entry into VVorld VVar 1, Sllzlilz l l l ll t intomin' convoys and sltepliertletl them along 'lvl' was one til' the first 11.5. ships to sec action overseas. STERETT, based at Queenstown, re ant, 1 e ' 5, the U-boat infested Irish and English coasts. S'lilCl.Qli'l1'li frcipiently drove the tierman subs from the tracks of the convoys and followed a grueling routine of a weelt or more on convoy, two days in port to replenish ammunition and supplies, and then back on convoy. lior resolute action in an all-night pursuit of a German submarine which had threatened a convoy, S'lilflQl'f'l'l received a commendation from the Commander-in-Chief, Coast of Ireland, in ,lune of 1918. ln the last summer of the war, S'lilfR1iTT Worked with patrol aircraft in the tentative beginnings of today's hunter-liiller anti-submarine warfare methods. The first STERETT was decommissioned on Sl llecember 19151 and remained inactive until struck from the Navy List in 1935. The second STERETT CDD-4071 was built by the Charleston Naval Shipyard, t'harleston, South Caro- lina, and commissioned on 15 August 1939, 13111 feet long with a displacement of 17135 tons, 1317,-107 was designed to make 38.5 knots. Four 5-inch 138 caliber guns, four .511 caliber antiaircraft guns, and sixteen 21-inch torpedo tubes constituted the ship's initial armament. After a shakedown cruise STIiRE'1"1' was assigned to the l'aeifie to plane guard for the carrier ENTER- PRISE QCV-61, the famous namesake of Andrew S'lilflQlf'li'l"s own ship. Proceeding to the North Atlantic in 1941 STERETT convoyed transports of the first American lfxpeditionary lforce and tlicQ111i1iN MARY to their rendezvous with British escorts for the second portion of the transatlantic journey. ln March, 1942, as the flagship of Destroyer Division 15, S'l'1ilQlQ'li'l' participated in the defense of Malta, receiving a battle star for her actions. By June of 1942 STERETT was enroute to the South Pacific for final battle rehearsals preparatory to the invasion of Guadalcanal. In the pre-dawn hours of 7 August 15142 S'l'lilQlC'l"l' saw the beginning of the Battle of Savo Island. Guarding WAS1' CCV-71, S'lilCRl'l'li'l' patrolled supply lines to the beachhead and later assumed duties as escort for troop and logistics transports. ln September, 19-12. the ship came under attack from Japanese aircraft but fought them off without damage to herself or the transports. Joining in the shore bombardment of Guadalcanal later in September, S'l'lilQli'l"l' and other American units ravaged Japanese batteries, supply dumps, and troop concentrations. Un ll! November, 513 enemy aircraft attacked a concentration of transports, guarded by S'lililQlC'l"li and other units, which Were unloading troops and supplies on Guadalcanal. S'l'lilQli'l"l', in direct line of approach between the plal19S and the transports, shot down four of the enemy raiders and damaged a liftli. The attackers fled. 32 Of their planes destroyed, and the transports resumed unloading. The fiercest battle was yet to come. The night following S'l'lilQl'Q'li'l"s antiaircraft action found the ship in formation with five cruisers and seven other destroyers under Rear Admiral t'.fXl.l,AtillAN. Their mission was to intercept and destroy a Japanese raiding force of two hattlesliips, tint' light cruiser. and 14 destroyers, then steaming southward to bombard American forces on titiatliilt-untill ln the resulting engagement STERETT single-handedly sank one enemy vessel and inflicted numerous hits on othel' enemy vessels, including the huge battleship llllil. S'l'lClQli'li'l' sustained eleven hits and 28 battle cielaltllrfiirlbrtiitsthfemblavallBattle of ffiuaclalczanal was won: the woultlflic raiders fled to the north. Many . ' .Y cers ant mxenxlater received medals from ,'Xtlnural ll.Xl.S1-fY for their part in this aCt10n. In December 1942 511312121-'I' arrived at Mare lslaiirl, flalilotnia, fox repairs and rt-niaint-cl them until February 1943. i . -g--A hh ' . The First STERETT KDD-279 5 z 1 I The Second STERETT CDD 4075 .-:sv-Nix Convoy duty in the South Pacific occupied STERETT for several months after the completion of the yard perigd, Then on the morning of 6 August 1943, STERETT and five sister destroyers surprised a group of four new Japanese destroyers headed for Kolombaranga with reinforcements for the troops there. In a devastating torpedo and gunnery assault, three enemy destroyers were sunk and the fourth driven off. By 1944 STERETT had joined the fast carrier task force of Vice Admiral MITSCHER for the preparatory raids on Japanese forces in the Marshall Islands and later participated in the Battle of the Philippine Sea. After duty in the Marianas Campaign the ship returned to Seattle for repairs. In December of 1944, however, STERETT was again ready to fight, escorting transports from Leyte to Mindoro in the Philip- pines. In one enemy air attack STERETT shot down five enemy aircraft and drove off others with a terrific barrage of antiaircraft fire. January, 1945, brought the campaign for the liberation of Luzon in the Philippines, and STERETT covered the landings in Lingayen Gulf as the first wave of troops hit the beach. STERETT went on to join the invasion of Okinawa in April, where the ship was attacked by five suicide planes. One of the enemy craft crashed into STERETT's starboard side at the waterline, knocking out all electric power and rupturing the forward fuel tanks. STERETT brought a large fire under control and restored casualties without loss of a single life throughout the fight. STERETT left Okinawa on 19 April 1945, bound for the United States, to repair the battle damage. Arriving at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard on 17 May 1945, STERETT remained there until the end of the war. After a brief trip to Pearl Harbor, the ship set course for the Panama Canal, arriving in New York on 8 October 1945 for decommissioning. The second STERETT had seen more battles in six years than most ships see in twenty, The ship received twelve battle stars and earned a noteworthy place in naval history. STERETT's name was struck from the Navy list on 25 march 1947 and twenty years were to pass before the name STERETT would be reborn again, but the ship which would carry that name anew made the delay seem insignificant. Constructed by the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, in Bremerton, Washington, the third STERETT QDLG-315 was launched on 30 June 1964, under the sponsorship of Mrs. Paul NITZE, wife of the Secretary of the Navy. Commissioned on 8 April 1967, STERETT dwarfs its predecessors, measuring 547 feet overall and displacing 7900 tons. With a speed exceeding 30 knots, STERETT carries a com- plement of 22 officers and 373 enlisted men. Armed with a dual Terrier-ASRDC missile launcher for- ward, the ship's armament also includes a 5-inch 54 caliber rapid fire gun, two 3-inch guns and anti-sub- marine torpedoes. Advanced sensors enable STERETT to detect air, surface, and subsurface threats at standoff range where the ship's advanced weapons systems can counter such threats with rapid and deci- sive force. Following shakedown and fitting out STERETT's employment focused on preparations for our present deployment with the United States Seventh Fleet. i t fe 11 1 l 2 1 1 if 2 ll it 5 le 1 1 a 5 1. L i f . l. i. Q if i i i x I5 10.43-q,....,-as . l B Ii E F 3 ti il 1 . P K i ' 1 Y f K V l X r the Sea of Japan, service our country will not forget. Nor Will We, We have T he Tlzzim' STERETT KDLG-319 ima' The rest of our history we know-'we have made itl lt includes a record of success in missilery that is unsurpassed in the Pacific Fleet: it includes five awards for excellence, it includes friends made in Japan and elsewhere, unforgettable sights seen, experiences shared. It includes our long months of service in the Gulf of Tonkin and only to turn these pages to remember. And this is only the beginning. DLG-31 RECDRD July 68-Aug 70 135,000 Miles Steamed 147 Days on South SAR Station 91 Days on PIRAZ Station 69 Days on PARPRO Station 1900 Foreign Aircraft Tracked 3700 Intercepts controlled 25,000 Outgoing Messages 1150 Helo Landingsffakeoffs 92 UNREPS E 1 1 1 '1 ei 3 and 5 11 . - ' . . . rw 4' . 1 ,, -If wi ' " 11111 11111111111 l'l'7'1' 111111311 1111111111111111 111 11113 11112 1'11111111'11's 111 119111 11111 11111111118 111111111 E611 111111111 11611 1 1 C178 1 1 1 11' 1111x 111771219 1111 5111111 111111111 111 1111111111 111111 Ill Cl II Q11111 IQ x11 011111111 11 1 1111111 111111111 s121e111 11 111 11111111115 S 111171 0 ff 1107! 1 1171111 If .2 111, IH 1111111 I1 XP1 fflf 1 1111 1111ss1111111x 11 1 111g 117 11111 IC s111 x11111 111 111.211 1'12 1 1 Q11 1 117 1 111.5 I 11111 111111 111111111111 11111 11111111111 111 11111111 s 111 81111, 1 Il 1111 111'S CICILC 11111 1 IC 11111111 ll If 1 If 1 1 1111 5011 'PL 111 1 111111 111111 11111g1 10 Li SLIM 1' 1' 11 111' .x' '1'.' 11112111 1111 1 ' " ' 111,15 1 9 .' 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A Naval aviator in World War ll, he formed the first Observation Fighting Squadron of the war and won the Navy Cross, six Distinguished Fly- ing Crosses, 17 Air Medals, and the French Croix de Guerre for his participation in combat actions in the Atlantic and Pacific theaters. A former Naval aide to the Secretary of the Navy, Vice Admiral Bringle has also served as Commandant of the Naval Academy. His 1964-1965 achievements as Commander of Attack Aircraft Carrier Division Seven and of Task Force 77 in the Tonkin Gulf earned him the Legion of Merit with Combat "VH for "exceptionally meritorious servicef' Vice Admi- ral Bringle held command of the U. S. Seventh Fleet from 6 November 1967 until 10 March 1970. n .Sz ssh A .vi V ice Admiral Maurice F. Weisner, USN A 1941 graduate of the Naval Academy, Vice Admiral Weisner was born in Knoxville, Tennessee. His first service was in the Pacific theater of World War Il. Assistant Navigator of the WASP when she was sunk by Japanese torpedoes in 1942, Vice Admiral Weisner then underwent flight training and joined Patrol Bombing Squadron Twenty as a pilot. His unit was cited for "outstanding heroism in actionl' in the Indochina and Netherlands Indies campaigns. Vice Admiral Weisner also saw action in the Korean War, and his later tours have included command of the USS CORAL SEA and of Carrier Division One. He won the Legion of Merit for his role as Commander of Task Force 77 between january and July of 1966. Subsequent duty as Deputy Chief of Naval Personnel led to command of Carrier Division Five. Since 10 March 1970, Vice Admiral Weisner has commanded the U. S. Navyls largest operating unit: the Seventh Fleet. Captain Edward A. Cliristojfersori, jr., USN Commanding Officer 8 April 1967 29 November 1968 Born on 19 March 1923 to Dr. EA. Christof- ferson and Mildred Mouns Christofferson, of Oak Park, Illinois, Captain Christofferson is a graduate of the U. S. Naval Academy, Class of 1945. Upon commissioning in June 1944, he was assigned to the USS LAVALLETTE CDD-4485. During this tour, LAVALETTE participated in the liberation of the Philippines and took enemy fire in the reopening of Manila Bay. Captain Christofferson remained in destroyer assignments until 1949, serving with both fleets. Subsequent sea tours included command of PCS-1380, command of LSMR-527, duty in Staff, Carrier Division Four- teen Ca Hunter-Killer Group operating in the Atlanticj, and a tour as the Executive Officer of the USS GRIDLEY CDLG-215. From 1963 to 1965 Captain Christofferson was Commanding Officer of the USS HAMNER CDD-7185. Subse- quent postgraduate study in the field of naval ordnance led to assignments in the Bureau of Ordnance, in the Polaris program, and in the Surface Missile Systems Office within the Bureau of Naval Personnel. As STERETT's first Commanding Officer Captain Christofferson saw the new ship through its initial trials, refresher training, and the beginning of the current deployment. Captain Christofferson is married to the former Elizabeth Horton of Long Beach, California. They have three children, Mrs. Colleen Hodges, Joe and Mark. THE CGMMAND flbn, KXQX a -4 Q .2 W ,X ' kr A W1 i fi rd I . I SFF 5 A ' C ,ffxt iw rg C N 1 , . 3 .19 14 ,, 1' - - , EZ V 'lie' 9 ,. - ,, ., 2' Lm X X STN: . nl!! 29 November 1968: Captain Claade L. Tyler, succeeds Captain Edward A. Cnristojferson, fr., as Commanding Ojicer, USS STERETT QDLC-31 Q I' Hr! 9' '15 x'?s? 'I CAPTAI CLA DEL. 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The Squadron was employed primarily in the Caribbean as the Ready Amphibious Force, but the highlight of the tour was Exercise STEELPIKE where the Second Marine Air Ground Task Force was landed in Huelva, Spain. Captain Tyler was deeply involved in planning and executing this exercise. Upon completion of STEIi1,P1KIi he took command of USS MOUNT BAKER in the Pacific where his responsibility included shipment of urgent munitions to U. S. Forces in Vietnam. In March 1966, Captain Tyler was assigned as Chief of the Navy Section, Military Advisory Assistance Group, Teheran, Iran. During this tour he traveled extensively in the Middle East from the Khyber Pass to Addis Ababa. 1n Iran Captain Tyler was employed as an advisor on a national as well as service level. Upon detachment he was awarded the Legion of Merit by the President of the United States for his "exceptionally valuable" service. Captain Tyler relieved as Commanding Officer, USS STERETT, on station in the Gulf of Tonkin on 29 November 1969. Since that time STICRISTT has spent 117 days on the Gulf of Tonkin Strike Support Ship Station, 91 days on PIRAZ Station, and 69 days on the Sea of Japan l'ARl'RU Station. During this tour STER1i'1"1' also participated in the lift-121 SAR effort. Captain Tyler is married to the former Mildred Marie Bergman of l'hiladelphia, lluring the current deploy- ment the Tyler's reside at do lidwina Ilill, ll, S. Naval Base, Yolcosuka, -Iapan, 3 inf mfg, 'K-...-f F'-J .lin l l,'mf1f1n1111ff'f' ,lulm lx. Hnffl. ixmllllnlmlvl ,lf-lm I I'.mil , l 'KX v,,1w- lf-un 11. lm-H., was pr4ulu.nlul lllllll ilu I K NMA? 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Naval Academy, he was assigned to the Engineering Department of the USS MISSOURI CBB-635. In subsequent tours Commander Wise served as CIC Officer of the USS ,IOHN S. McCAIN CDI,-ISD, as Fire Control Officer of the USS GALVESTON CCLG-35, and as Executive Officer of the USS HULL CDD-9451. Commander Wise's educational credentials include a year of study at the Naval Postgraduate School, an MA in Physics from John Hopkins University, and an MS in International Affairs from George Washington University. He is a graduate of the School of Naval Warfare at the Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island. Before coming to S'I'IiRIi'Ii'I', Commander Wise served for three years with the Ship's Missile Systems Project as Talos Fire Control and VVeapons Control Manager. Commander Wise is married to the former Charlas VVilliams of lilynrlon, Maryland. 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I 2 IC2 Maur' 1 uv""""' E Y 5 5 i 1 ' I 1 I 3 'i NN I 1 3 4 2 I 1 w 1 Q 2 1 A if 5, Z 'Z 1 4 3 ii B 2 43 Fi 3 5 3 5 MILESTO ES .gf ...r""' - figs 4 60 At 0703 on Qu .Xugusl IUMH, an .X 1 "l HI'5illI'N ZllI'k'I'Zlll pllou-al by lfll. james Lee was hit by ground Ere over enenmyhclrl te-r'r'itoryr llv nom-tln-ll-ss smluccl-rlt-rl in reaclming the coast before being forced to eject from his crippled anircrnll. .Xs Ins plum- plunged into the sea, lfl' Lee landed in the water a scant 60 yards from the ln-zu-lm. llanving It-vt-lvl-fl the :ull-rt, 5'l'liRli'l"l' was by this time racing at flank speed e seem. P, mutt, . . . . s to ruowtr thc awator before he could be J iscflvered, and mpmrr-ml, by North Yu-txmznxun-sc ground lorccs. lfl' 'lf A. Melecosky and LTJG I.D. u en maneuurul than hal , x 1 ln xmntunc Ill t .und hoxstul hmm aboard amid lntense enemy groun A grateful I,l l.a-c ru-mu-ml lI1lllll'tll.lll' rm-du.1l tlllllllltlll Ill 511,121.11 and was returned to hlS carrier. Un 30 August llNvH 5.Xlx Nh-rl mug out own the INK ugmn. ILIJR Haney Izlkel, Hylng a Navy qkyhuwk , was shut clown over hostile tl-rrltory, llnalmlc to make lt out to sea, he parachuted 1HtO bamboo grove Nl lzlilzl l nmnmlmtl-lv lnunvlu-ll nts Slln hclxcopter lilg Mother I-1 . plloted by L'1,lC1 E. Weant and l.ll'Itl l' If lmumrv lfnriumu lwuvv illlll-illI't'I'1ll.l and small arms fire from the area sur- clowm-fl gwmror, Sll'.lCl'.l lk lu-lu-optvl' rl-scuccl li DR lukel and returned bullet-rldden but 1 ln....l.., H? I ,I 23 5 R4 HALLGWEE 196 1 I? ' ' " 5? 11 J Z I '53 2 Ii 'E 3 5 1 , is 5 262 f f ' ' l w 3 E i I' I 5 I f ...-.....- 4 Q 1 l 4 . A Naam: Captain W-Iillifllll N l'. lllIllIl'l' M.,-X-H1 A, Commander of Destroyer Squaclmn 'l'lir'cm- from 10 May 1968 to 5 August 19659. llis nqixuil Career began in Wiorlcl Wlzii' Il, wlir-rv lic- saw action at Anzio. For conspicuous ln':ivc'i'y in ilu- Italian Campaign, Captain llorm-r was :iwzmlm-cl the Navy Cross. I-Iis sulisequcnl l'Jll'4'l'I' line included command of the USS MOAIJC Illll-fifllil and extensive duty in tlie fields of nniimuli- marine and anti-air warfare wliicfli c'ulrnin:ilr'fl with command of the Fleet Anti-Air Wzurfuni Training Center at Dam Neck, Virginia. flapmin Homer is now serving in the Ollie-ce nl flic- Secretary of Defense. llp.s1mx'f'1' .Sqfunlnnz hm? Q 1 an .., Q l 6 J E i! A 1 . t 'ii x , c 1 ffilf L A 5 I 5 lil' 64 'I Q , Cf1IIl1f,Q'l'll ,llllllllllllllf 'Q l V 1 '-.'mlW's"-"Hinds sewn--9-ty , e .w,,f:p-,.-- I J as ,,.-f- O vs' J '53 ' JH ' " I,'r1f1lu1'11 ,fllf'l1A1'11 f. C'flffl0l1ll'l' relieved 35 l'onnnzn1clcr of Destroyer Squadron Three in Yolwsulazi, Japan, on 5 August 1969. He has scrvccl extensively in the Navy's amphibious :intl niinc forces since receiving his commission cluring XYorld lYar ll. Other assignments have incluflccl command of the USS EDSQN CDD-949il :intl thc USS KAXYISHIWI CAO-l46l, and a tour in the Navy Section, MAAC, Republic of lllnna. 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Ilcncll-xson LT IR-It-r A. Ili-rrant-n LCDR Ilanlcy Ii. Ilvyclt-n LT Frank W. Iluglws LTJIQ Rolwrl C. KILIIIIRUI' LTJG John IC. King LCDR Robe-rt W. KIcn1t'ntz LT Darricll A. I.znn'2lsIcr LT Rifliarcl H. I.t'V2IllQIt' IITIS Vincent A. AIJCUCK H'l':1 Ilonalfl II. .XIIIJIS STILL Terry A. AIJDISUN TMJ Tulio AIJIiI.INI MMI Rolwrl C. AIIRIUN lf'l'fL:: I'1-lor R. AI.IlRICCIIT SKCS Billy J. AI.I'lXANDI'IR RDI Rivllarrl W. ALLARD SA Rirllzirfl S. AI.I.IiN RDI: 'ITIIUITIJIS A. AI.l.ICN SFMJ 'Ilionms W. AMICK SA IITIIHIIIZIS C ANIIICRSUN ITS! 'IIIIUIIIZI'-Q S. ANIIICRSUN PCSN Ranflolpli ANDREWS IQNII IIHIIZIIII R ARNULII RDLZ Ste-pln-n K AN'I'IIN RML3 David li. ASIIISY TN Rodolfo M. ASISTIU FTMC Rolwrt If. AYRES WUI Daniel C. McGinnis LTJIS James P. McGrath LT John If. Mesman LCDR Donald L. Mitchell LT James R. Murray LTJG John J. Murray l.CDR Wilhert J. Nace LT Douglas A. Oglesby CWD! Ralph H. Otts LTJG Milton L. Parsons CDR John E. Paulk ENS David L. Peck LCDR Dennis Read LT Earl W. Rupp WD1 Jack L. Ruth LTJG David R. Scheu LTJG Karl C. Schumaker LTJG Virgil R. Siler LTJG Garen K. Staglin LCDR John A. Standish LTJG James R. Swank CAPT Claude L. Tyler ENS George G. Weickhardt LT Loran A. Wilcox CDR Peyton R. Wise II LT Mathew L. Wood, Jr. LTJG Sheldon H. Wood, Jr. LT Ralph L. Yeatts ENLISTED DK2 Leonides B. BAGAPORO DS3 Edwin J. BAILEN FTG3 Daniel P. BAKER SN Myron J. BAKER MM3 James J. BAKSINSKI TN Renato C. BALANGA TN Honorio D. BALANGON TN Federico T. BANAGO FA Larry E. BANEY RD3 Robert A. BARKER F'I'M:1 Harold P. BARNES SA Wallace L. BARNETT FTMI Ronald H. BARTLET'1 ICFN Lynn C. BARTON SN Robert J. BARTON MM! Richard H. BASSHAM FN Donald A. BASTIEN IPTMIS Marion L. BARTHOLOMEW SN Chris H. BATTS 1 RMLS Michael H. BAIICII STG! William BAIIGIIMAN TN Santiago S. BAlITlS'l'A GMMI. Harvey C. BEAI. TN Emmett S. BEATTY SHI! Patrick l.. BEA'l"l'Y RDA Roger I.. BEAlIl.II-III RMQI Dean I.. BETCIIEI. RM! Peter D. BEDFORD BTI James J. BEl.l. SDLI Cesar D. 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