Tortuga (LSD 26) - Naval Cruise Book

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Y .1 -il 1- 1- 1, s Q x 'X bx xx x Xx xxx Qx x N Ns N N N WATHE6ENN GRIENTAL LOG Gm 1 Q 779 fm' ffm 7 5' STORY OF THE 1957 CRUISE OF THE USS TORTUGA TO JAPAN AND THE WESTERN PACIFIC 6 d, slow, but the QW brmg , luSflh9 peace ig rect 'dhdif oui' -Jlcived ones day- lns,pl rmg I TRODUCTIO On the 19th of February, 1957 the men on the decks of the U.S.S. TORTUGA watched the shores of Point Loma and Coronado drop below the misty Pacific horizon. Ahead lay seven months of operation in a part of the world that has mystiiied the travelers from the Western civilization since the time of Marco Polo. Some of the men aboard the ship had visited the Far East on previous Naval tours, to many, however, it was to be a new experience and one which, judging by the advice of the old timers, would be unforgettable. ln crossing the broad Pacific the TORTUGA, with the other ships of her squadron, encountered a series of bad storms. Finally, after three weeks of plowing through mountainous seas, the ships were ordered by the Squadron Commodore to build up steam and run for the shelter of Yokosuka with all possible haste. The three L. S. D's remained together and steamed up Tokyo Kaiwan in column formation on the morning of March fourteenth. At last the long-looked-forward-to liberty in the Orient was about to become a reality. During these years of rapid change throughout the world, Japan is a particularly interesting place to visit. At the time, there are two strong opposite tendancies among the Japanese people-the desire to be traditional verses the yearning to imitate our Western World. The culture of Japan Cthe music, building design, art, dress, etc.j is much older than our own and is a very beautiful one. The Japanese have pride in their heritage and work hard to preserve it. The lure of modern inventionand manufacture has also been great to these people, however, and they have redeveloped their modern industries to such an Jextent since the defeat in World War II that they are now producing most of the items with which Americans are familiar at home. So Japan today is a combination of the old and the new. Along the same street in the same block are seen richly decorated kimonos and short modern skirts, bicycle taxis and streamlined automobiles, people seated on tatami mats and others on conventional chairs, pictures of ancient Shinto temples and pin-ups of Marilyn Monroe. While from one shop comes the traditional music of the stringed shamisen, from the shop next door comes progressive jazz and dixieland. Near the quiet preserve of a traditional religious shrine are the dancing colored lights of commercial neon signs. h A most unique and confusing port along the ship's route is Hong Kong which was visited during the week of the 19th of May. While having long been an important British trading port and resident city of well-to-do merchant families, Hong Kong has recently become the only refuge of freedom along the China Mainland. Hundreds of thousands of Chinese refu- gees have crossed from China into Kowloon, Hong Kong, and the New Provinces to escape the Communist regieme. While the dignified homes of the old merchants remain high on the hills overlooking the harbor, below live the teeming masses of Chinese immigrants crowded into alleys, market places, and old buildings. Hong Kong continues to be famous as an international trading post and a favorite activity of the T ORTUGA's crew was the purchase of fine, hand made items. As the TORTUGA was crossing the Formosa Streits, a report was received that Formosan Nationals were raiding the U.S. Embassy in Taipei. Within a week after this inter- national incident occurred, a large group from the T ORTUGA visited Taipei while on tour from Keelung. A particularly important aspect of the TORTUGA's schedule has been participation in two major amphibious exercises. Operation "Beacon Hill", which took place at Dingalan Bay, Luzon, during late March was the largest amphibious operation in the Far East since World War II. Operation "Lucky Tiger", during the week of the 9th of June, brought Naval units of the U.S. and the Republic of Korea together for an exercise at Pohang Dong, Korea. Included in the TORTUGA's travels are such ports as Pusan, Kagoshima, Kobe, Sasebo, and, during the return trip to the U.S., Pearl Harbor. F rom these places the men toured surrounding points of interest-a few taking leave to become yet more familiar with strange places. The ORIENTAL LOG is written with the purpose of preserving for the men with the T ORTUGA on her 1957 cruise the story of these exciting and educational months of their lives. ' 1 During our tour in the Western Pacific the TORTUGAihas served a vital role under Commander Naval Forces Far East and Commander Seventh Fleet. Our assignments have included a wide variety of tasks and they have been accomplished in an outstanding manner. We have had the opportunity to visit new foreign ports and have enjoyed our association with many different peoples-Japanese, Koreans, Chinese,, Okinawans, Philippinos, and Taiwanese. We are now underway for our homeport as a well knit, highly trained and combat ready ship, fully prepared to play our part as an assault unit of the fleet. The ship has had its 'gdownsn as well as its "ups" but the final results are most gratifying, the TORTUGA has a high standing among those ship considered in the Amphibious Squadron Three "best ship" competition. I am proud of these accomplishments and, with appreciation, extend well done to all hands. L.L. DAVIS Jr. Commander, U.S. Navy Commanding Officer W, f ff w..m-us.-.-1,,.,,..v.w -v- -H-f-.-.. ......,.- -.W -V,-vi ff- .WN-. W Y.. ,. ,, I have enjoyed very much my association with the U.S.S. TORTUGA during this 1957 WestPac Tour. The ship has had a well balanced operating schedule and interesting individual as- signments. Though We have steamed over twenty thousand miles, no major casualty has been experienced. The ports visited have proved interesting and the time spent in them has allowed more than just a brief ulookseev. Most satisfying has been my chance to Work with a group of men who have shown their ability to shoulder a Work load out of proportion to their number and, even under the most strenuous operating conditions, keep the TORTUGA a proud ship. As this Cruisebook is going to press, may I bid each of the men of the TORTUGA best luck during their future careers- whether in or out of the service. Our effort, this cruise, speaks Well for itself, We have continued the best tradition of the Navy. HENRY T. BUGG i Lieutenant Commander, U.S.N. Executive Officer N S , , we , - 7 . S Front Row P. J. MAVEETY, LT., OPERATION E. A. JULIUS, LT., ENGINEERING - H. T. BUOO, LT. CDR, EXECUTIVE OFFICER w. M. MCBROOM, LT. QSCD SUPPLY W. L. BRITTON, LT. CJ.G.j ENGINEERING U.S.N. U.S.N U.S.N. U.S.N. U.S.N Bock Row W. R. BRASHER, MACH, U.S.N MAIN PROPULSION ASSISTANT N. K. HOOK, CHSHIPREPTECH, U.S.N CARPENTER R. R. RESCH, CHBOSN, U.S.N EJOATSWAIN D.v. SWEEDER, ENS. CSC5, U.S.N DISBURSING OFFICER P. P. POND JR., ENS., U.S.N COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER R. I-I. JACKSON, LT. qJ.O.3, U.S.N.R FIRST IIEIJTENANT C. T. WILSON, LT. qJ.O.3, u.S.N.R NAVIOATOR J. R. ALDRICH, CHELEC, U.S.N ELECTRICIAN i 5 Q . E e 5 Q 5 2 3 E lqeep t8l2iI1g Off ITIS WOI12 6? ittle man or big anchor? letters from home fighting rust paint I paint I paint! putting it 13111012 I Reelmon on the crane malze it pretty mine Sweeper operation FronT Row c. E. MARTIN A.s. HuDsoN J.A. PENA R.A. SEIBERTA H. E. om-ioFF GM3 GM2 GMI GM3 GM3 "3 rd" DIVISION: Gunner's IVIaTes--Fire ConTroI Technicians. These SpecialisTs are responsible Tor all The TORTUGA's armamenT. They mainTain The 5"38 lmain baTTeryI, 40 MM heavy machine guns, landing parTy eauipmenT and small arms. They are responsible Tor The direcTors and range finders as well as all ammuniTion'and smoke poT sTowage. Training The gun crews and To insTrucT in small arms Tiring is The Task Tor The ordnance deparTmenT.I VViTh long hours in The gun mounTs They are able To aim our guns wiTh The uTmosT accuracy. "NOW ALL HANDS WHO HAD SHORE PATROL LAST NIGHT, TURN IN YOUR GEAR TO THE ARMORYV' Back Row J. H. COLLINS GM3 E. D. KING ' SN E. PREYER SN M. R. SCHERKENBACH SN 2 i im Y I SHIG I WOI12 l E L i 5 E training 450 mm guns Square 3,3110 C everyonefs doing it main battery E E I radio geniuses shore duty! for whom? gee clunc time on top of 0141 Smolzey combat geniuses ? Front Row A. N. LOMBA L. K. CLARK D. F. GARBRICK F. R. MOWER Middle Row R. E. THOMAS A. L. ADAIR G. W. MARTIN G. R. STANTON G. A. TREBLE P. E. HENDRY J. TRIPLETT R. D. BLAND B. R. HOLLING J. GERACK R. W. MARSH J. G. SNGGS MM3 MM2 MM2 MM2 MM2 MM2 MMI MMI MMI MMC MMC MMI MM2 MM3 MM3 FN "lvl" DIVISION: lVIochinist's Montes-this is the lorgest Engineeringhgroup obood the TORTUGA: Their chief responsibility is to operate cincl repoir the moin propulsion turbines. They must mointoin ond operote the engine rooms ond ouxiliciry pump rooms. We depend on these "SlXIlPES" for our electricity ond fresh woter. Standing Wotches is routine ond everyone is relieved when ci cold iron wotch is scheduled oheod. Just think, shore power ond plenty of liberty. "DAMN THE TORPEDOES, FULL SPEED AHEAD!" Bock Row J. C. L. RACKLEY FN J. D. HARDAWAY FN F. RUSSELL FN P.J. TUTTLE MMFN N. D. DARNELI. MM3 B. GORDILLO MM3 D. F. SEVIGNY MM3 O.J. PITTMAN MM3 J.J. HEFFNER FN P. M. DEMPSY FN G. RIVERA FN G. METZ JR. FN B. L. NOEL FN J.T. LINGEN FN Fla. engine room unclerway fresh Water boys ZGY 1113.11 ever alert FronT Row L.R. LA PORT W. E. JACKSON M.A. HOWARD H. J. PISCHKE W. D. KEENER A. TORRES FN BT2 BTI BTC BT3 FN "B" DIVISION: BoiIerTenders...This engineering roTe comprises The second IorgesT group of engineers oboord ship. They ore port of The "BLACK GANG" or The "SNIPERS". We depend on This division for sfeom in The main propulsion pIonT cis well os ouxiliory sTeom for Ioundry, gcilley, ond heoring sysfems. Stifling heoT ond deafening noise ore Their IoT, yet cheerfulness ond o "condo" spiriT musT prevoiil. "NOW THE DUTY OIL KING LAY DOWN TO TI-IE FNGINEERS LOG ROOM!" Bock Row L. R. BARBER F. W. MOHRMANN J. J. J. AVI LA W. TAFOYA C. M. PFEFFER J. A. CANNELL P. ARRENDONDE J. L. J. F. C. F. PAINTER WOOTEN JR. D. WARD C. FURNAS L. MILLER BT3 FN FN BTFN BT3 BTFN FA BTFN FN FN FN FN P v making steam letting oft steam Far East tourist Valve twisters Front Row J. L. GRANGER G. A. WORLEY M. H. BALLINGER G. W. ASHBURN L. J. TIPTON L. A. TIPTON FN ICFN EMC EMC EM2 EM3 "E" DIVISION: Electricians. . .IC Electricians. These engineers are responsible tor all electrical equip- ment and interior communication systems aboard the TORTUGA. We depend on these "SPARKIES" for the latest and best movies to be shown aboard ship. These fellows can always be found in their private lounge-also called the electric shop. Never under estimate the importance of the division as it is within their power to secure the ventilation system in hot weather or set the gyro-compass of course when we are "States" bound. "NOW DUTY ELECTRICIAN LAY UP -TO Tl-IE PILOT HOUSE ON THE DOUBLE." Back Row B. M. BAKER P. G. LANE J. R. ONEYEAR N. D. FURR R. E. DUNN R. A. WARD E. F. GIVENS D. F. MARSHALL EMFA FN FN FN FN EMFA EM3 EMFA Hong Kong Snow yUuL LUCLLL 1lZOI1 R and R W1'1O IHC in the loung e Fronf Row ' J. F. SNYDER J. S. REINSIMAR A. J. WELICHKO P. W. MILLER R. J. BUCK R. R. BAKKEN N. CREAMER, MM2 EN2 MMI MRC MM3 MR3 EN2 '-'A" DIVISION: Enginemen...lVlochinery Repoiirmen... Mochinisfs lvlilfes...-Ihese engineering rofe: ore responsible for the operofion ond repoir of mos? of the TORTUGA3 ouxiliory equipment. From ice mochines lo emergency diesel generofor ond mochine shop To bool repoir shop, These fellows ore confinuolly on The go. The fueling of smoll looofs or odiusling of sleom heoi in the CopToin's cobin requires The ossisionce of "A" Division personnel. "NOW THE ENGINEER 'OF THE in Bom MAN Youk Bom" n s Bock Row D. L. SUTTON B. J. ASHBY G. D. POWELL D. L. LACEY J. R. MARTINEZ W. A. VIRNAU JR. C. R. WESTBROOK A. SOTO ' D. D. COBB A. R. GOMB E. D. PuLLuM FN EN3 MR3 EN3 FN EN3 FA FN FN FN FN ny ers 1CG atlle Worlz trottle Watc Lacey S g1g enginemen ? ? FronT Row I ."R" DIVISION: Ship Fiffers. . .Damage ConTroImen. .. B. I. BOWEN S. MURGIA B. G. CROWE K. C. BERTSCH E. L. MOYE D. M. DURHAM DC3 FP3 DCI FP2 DC3 FN Mefalsmifhs. SheeTmeTaI work, welding, baIIesT Tanks, piping, cmd waTerTighT inTegriTy-all are The responsiloiIiTy of The repair gang. "IT someThing has To beqfixeal, geT R Divivsion ".- This has become somevvhaT of a by word on The TORTUGA. As sailors skilled in ATomic Defense, They proTecT us from The mosT TrighTening weapon of modern naval warfare. "NOVV THE DUTY P.O. FROM R. DIVISION LAY UP TO THE CAPTAIN'S CABIN". Back Row H. RICHMOND W. J. BATTLE JR. R.C. RATAJCZAK E. L.. ANDERSON M. R. CAYWOOD W. K. MILLER L. C. CASEY J. H. BUTLER s. MCCORMACK B. KT SHANNON H. H. PETzoLD FPC FN DC3 FP2 FPFNR DCG3 FPI DC3 FP3 ME2 FPC turn to - crowe's nest 12110012 off C11CS1S Out Front Row T. D. PRENDERGAST P. L. JACKSON G. W. OLIVER D. BAKKEN Middle Row P. L. WILLIAMS V. VALDEZ G. D. KECK E. L. GAINES R. E. INOSANTO F. A. POBST G. B. EDUSMA D. K. STARMER S. E. FRYE V. RACHEL W. E. MARTIN SK3 SHI SA CSSA SK3 SK3 SA CSSN SD3 SKC SK3 SH3 SK3 SK3 QD' ff' "S" DIVISION: Storekeepers..Disbursing Clerks... Ship's Servicemen. . .Commissarymen. . .SteWards. The Supply Department is primarily a service department and ship's morale is it's major concern. These various rates are responsible for the procurement and maintenance of all stores, the Operation of ship's store, laundryivfacilities, the preparation and serving of food tofliall hands, and the maintenance of pay records and official funds. From the barber shop to the tailor shop those fellows render us a great service. "NOW ALL HANDS LAY AFT ON THE PORT VVINGVVALL TO I-IANDLE STORES I" Back Row F. SIMMONS w. ,off EARNEST R. j. 'LIBECKFIELD H. B. K'ANNlTZER s. W. DEAN P. R. FERGUSON o.T. ELLIS A. J. PAYMENT M. J. GANSERT T. E. HEAD J. c. JARINI F. P. CALIP SA SN SN CSI DK2 SN SN SN SN SN TN SD3 fit for C11OW a king CIGW 's chow regu lation ? O11 ly go od line on S11 ip - s ,.,r.MWs,Ma comm .... ,sm ,,,,, "N" DIVISION : Quarterrnasters. . .The most important tunction ot the Quarter- masters is to 'assist the Navigator in piloting? Various other aspects ot the rate incIude Weather observation, chart maintainence, Iog keeping, and assisting on the conn whiIe underway. To quote Van BokkeIen," Altogether we consider our rate if nothing else, a busy one." c. L., MALLATT QMC I D. D. DIEMERT SN R. J. DEES SN I w.K. VAN BOKKELEN JR. QM3 , LT. c.w. WILSON- N DIVISIQN I I I I c I J trained WeIII N Igusy Chigf? I . I R.G. ANDREWS HM2 E. W. BROOKS HMI H. R. CREWS HM3 H DIVISIQN " H " DIVISION: Hospital Corpsman. .. These men serve independent of a Medical Oiiicer. They are responsible To The Commanding Officer andthe Surgeon General of The Navy Tor the,care ot The sick and iniured members of The U.S.S. TORTUGA. Known as the "Doc's" To The crew They are often vtaced with The responsibility ot making a decision that may mean a patient willlive or die. " But Doc, I iust had tive shots last month" "Doc, what do you see under that microscope ?" "BUT l Took my penicillin pill ". human pincusllin i i I Lfead. loclzer operation underway U. S. S. TORTUGA: S Bustier. u. S. NAVAL YARD, Boston, Mass. Commissioned: 8 June l945 I Named alter: A group of ten corral isles, the DRY TORTUGAS, which lie near Key West, Fla. length Overall :A 457 tt. 9 in. Beam : 72 lt. , Draft fully loaded: l8lt. Full load displacement: 9,375tons. G EN E RAL INFORMATION AND STATISTICS TORTUGA 1957 WESTPAC TOUR Fresh ,water consumption: 2,774 700 gallons Food consumption : Meat Potatoes Bread Butter Milk ' Ice Cream Tomatoes Lettuce Apples Oranges Coftee 59,500 lbs. 82,600 lbs. l8,57l lbs. 5,600 lbs. 30,26l qts. l,400 gals 5,026 lbs. 5,950 lbs. 7,000 lbs. 5,726 lbs. 5,l i0 lbs. 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BUGG, USN I 5840 Lake Murray Blvd, La .Mesa Calif. LT W.M. MCBROOM qscy, USN 4 560 Adella Lane, Coronado, Calif. -BABB JAMES T. f 107 Truessell Street, Honea Path, S.C. BAKKEN DONALD A. 902-20th Avenue, So. Minneapolis, Minn. BAKKEN RONALD R. 902-20th Avenue, So. Minneapolis, Minn. BAKER BILLY M. Western Avenue, Sedro Woolley, Wash. BALLINGER MELVIN H. Kings Garden Seattle BARBER LARRY R. RII4, Battsville, Ark. BATTLE WILLIAM J. JR. 209 South 61st Street, Birmingham, Ala. BECKFELD RAYMOND J. 6425 Corvallis Avenue, N. Minneapolis, Minn. BERTSCH KENTON C. , Pettibone, North Dakota f 621 Balboa Avenue, Coronado, Calif. LTJG W.L. BRITTON, USN RFD Irlil, Blacklick, Ohio LTJG C.T. WILSON, USNR A 5915 No. Walnut Grove, San Gabriel, Calif. LTJG R.H. JACKSON, USNR 51 Langdon Avenue, Watertown, Mass. ENS P. F. POND JR., USN BESISIAI-I ROBERT ini AEBLACIQ CHARLES A. -..BLAND RICHARD D. +-ABLANSCET JAMES R. BOREL FRED J. BOWEN BOBBY I. BRASEL Gary G. 2801 Butrick Street Waukegan, Ill. 16 Myrtle Street, Asheville, N.C. R.F.D. ill, Polk, Ohio 2706 Cedar Bayou Road, Box 17, Cedar Bayou Station, Baytown, Tex. Apt. 5A. Buillard Street, Martainville La. RQ3, Box 149, Bend, Oregon 1402 W. Archer Street, Tulsa, Oklahoma I I 20 Crystal Street, Newton Center, Mass. I ' 'ENS D.V. SwEDER qscp, uSN y 5045 Colfax Avenue, Minneapolis, Minn. CHSHIPREPTECH N. K. HOOK, USN ' 624 Minot Avenue, Chula Vista, Calif. CHELEC J. R. ALDRIDGE, USN ' 7150 Broadway, Lemon Grove, Calif. CHBOSN R. R. RESCH, USN 5470 Bellevue Avenue, La Jolla, Calif. MACH W. R. BRASHER, USN 4376 Saratoga Avenue, San Diego, Calif.' ADAIR ALLAN L. 329 E. Coler Street Jackson, Mich. 'ADKINS LIGE K. 2148 Manchester Avenue, Huntington, W. Va. AGEE MARVIN G. 131 N. Estill Avenue Richmond, Ky. Q -ANDERSON ERWIN L. Park Rapids, Minn. ' -ANDERSON JAMES R. 1527 Earle Drive, National City, Calif. ANDERSON RICHARD D. 2209 Castillo Street Santa Barbara, Calif. BROOKS ERNEST W. 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