Truxtun (DLGN 35) - Naval Cruise Book

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Executive Medical Navigation Staff Credits COMMANDING OFFICER Capta1n R S Sm1th was born on August 4 1925 1n Gary Ind1ana He entered the U S Naval Academy 1n 1943 After graduat1on and comm1ss1on1ng 1n June 1946 h1S f1rst ass1gn ment was on board USS BLUE IDD 7445 as Torpedo Off1cer and Asslstant F1I'StL1GUtGIl31'1t In May 1947 he was reasslgned to the staff of Commander Escort D1v1s1on ONE After a short tour Capta1n Sm1th reported aboard USS PER KINS QDD 8775 where he served as Operatlons Off1cer Eng1neer1ng Off1cer Gunnery Off1cer and Commumcatlons Off1cer dur1ng h1s three year tour After a tour w1th Navy Speclal Weapons Un1t 802 Capta1n Sm1th was ass1gned as Com mandlng Off1cer of the USS LUZERNE COUNTY QLST 9025 1n July 1953 where he aSS1StGd the re deployment of the French Army from Hal phong to Salgon Beg1nn1ng 1n December 1955 he served as Flag L1eutenant and A1de to Com mander Amph1b1ous Force U S PHC1f1C Fleet In June of 1956 Capta1n Sm1th was selected to be one of the four off1cers to attend the f1rst Surface Nuclear Power Class at Arco Idaho He was selected for retent1on on the staff as lnstructor and later as Executlve Off1cer of the tra1n1ng un1t He was the Damage Control Asslstant 1n the pre comm1ss1on1ng crew of USS LONG BEACH QCGN 95 1n 1959 Before LONG BEACH was placed 1n comm1ss1on Capta1n Sm1th was re ass1gned as part of the pre comm1ss1orung crew of USS ENTERPRISE QCVAN 655 where he served as the a1rcraft carrler s f1rst Engl neer1ng Off1cer Capta1n Sm1th s second command b1llet was Command1ng Off1cer of the USS HOLDER CDD 8195 from March 1964 to July 1965 In August 1965 he was ass1gned to the WaSh1Hg ton D C area f1rst as a member of the Secre tary of the Navy s Task Force on M1l1tary Re tent1on and to the Bureau of Naval Personnel for Spec1al Studles on manpower In Apr1l 1965 after a SIX year absence Capta1n Sm1th was aga1n ass1gned to USS LONG BEACH th1s t1me as Execut1ve Off1cer where he served unt1l Apr1l 1967 Wh11e he was Execu t1ve Off1cer he was awarded the Navy Com mendat1on Medal Selected to attend the Industrlal College of the Armed Forces 1n Washlngton D C Cap ta1n Sm1th concurrently attended George Wash- 1ngton Un1vers1ty to complete work for h1s Masters of Sc1ence Degree 1n Bus1ness Ad- m1n1strat1on 1n August 1968 Prlor to reportlng as Command1ng Off1cer of TRUXTUN he was ass1gned to the Staff of the Commander 1n Ch1ef of the U S Pac1f1c Fleet as head of the Stra- teg1c Plans and Pol1cy Sect1on and for wh1ch he was awarded the Mer1tor1ous Medal Capta1n Sm1th 1S marrled to the former Ramona Ruth Dykstra of Gary Ind1ana They have four daughters Capta1n and Mrs Sm1th make the1r home 1n Garden Grove Cal1forn1a . 0 . . s 1 7 , - , . , . ' 7 . 4 . , , u n 'Q ' , ., , I I 4 n a ' v , . . , 0 . 5 0 0 , . Q . . . . 0 1 . . Q Q . 1 I I . - ' . . . . . , 3 ' , e o o ' 'Q u , 0 o 1 . , ' I X 7 ' . ' . f , o V 1 Q I I I , A V , - . . . , , Q Q . . . . . . ' ' 7 . . , 0 n Q 7 , - . . I I I I 9 I . . , Q . . Q ' o n o a u Q Q - 9 K, u s u A - ' - 0 o V ' u - - . .. . . . , 7 , . . .V . . Q . ' . . a Q A - , - . ., A I I ' . I I I ,V V I . - . . . , , I I I a . . . . I ,a - . . . u D I I 9 ' I I' . . . . I ' n l I I . . . , . . . . . . . , . . Q . .I . . . . , . CR UDESFLOT 11 ., . Rear Admiral Esch was born in Washing- ton, Illinois, on January 31, 1917 to the Rever- end and Mrs. Ben Esch. In June 1940, shortly after his graduation from the Naval Academy, Admiral Esch was assigned to the USS LOUIS- VILLE QCA-285. He remained with the heavy cruiser fiveand one half years, serving as a Gunnery and Watch Officer and as the ship's Gunnery Officer the last year of World War II. In December 1945, RADM Esch was ordered to duty as Flag Lieutenant Cin the rank of Lieu- tenant Commanderb to Commander SEVENTH Fleet, at Shanghai, China. I Following a tour of duty in Washington D.C., which combined assignment in the Judge Advocate General's Office and Law School, RADM Esch became Executive Officer of USS RICH QDDE-8205 in Norfolk, Virginia 11949-515. RICH was a member of Destroyer Division 81, a pioneer anti-submarine warfare unit in multi- ple ship ASW tactics. ' Promoted to Commander in January 1951, RADM Esch assumed command of USS POWER QDD-8395 then operating with the SIXTH Fleet in the Mediterranean. He continued his duty with the destroyer until mid 1952. Ashore in Washington, Rear Admiral Esch became Special Assistant to the Chief of Naval Personnel for the Congressional Liaison and Technical In- formation. He followed this assignment with a tour as Public Information Officer on the staff of the Superintendent, U.S. Naval Academy. In June 1956, he travelled to Genoa, Italy to become Executive Officer of the cruiser, USS NORTHHAMPTON. In September 1957, he reported to the staff of Commander Anti-sub- marine Force, Atlantic, where he served as Tactics, Doctrine and Training Officer. In October 1959, following his promotion to Captain, he became Commander Destroyer Division 282. In November 1960, RADM Esch reported to Washington for duty as Director of Policy, Bureau of Naval Personnel. He served there for more than two years. Instruction at the National War College, Washington D.C., followed next with graduation on 5 June 1964. During this period, RADM Esch completed work that led to a Masters Degree in International Affairs from George Washington University. Rear Admiral Esch became Commander Destroyer Squadron TWO on 14 July 1964. Re- turning to Washington in July 1965, he was then assigned to the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations as Assistant for JCS matters in the Strategic Plans and Policies Division. In June 1968, he was selected for flag rank and on 8 July, 1968, reported as Assistant Chief of Staff, Logistics, under Admiral Horacio Rivero, USN, Commander in Chief of NATO's Allied Forces, Southern Europe, Naples, Italy. Returning to sea, he assumed command of Cruiser-Destroyer Flotilla ELEVEN on 27 Feb- ruary, 1970, in San Diego, California. CDR Byron B. Newell LCDR Ramon R. Owens PAST EXECUTIVE OFFICER Commander Byron B. Newell graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy with the class of 1955. While at the Academy he was selected as the goalkeeper of the 1954 first All- American soccer team. He received a Superintendent's Let- ter of Commendation upon graduation. He served as First Lieutenant, ASW Officer and Weapons Officer of the USS LOWRY IDD-7705 from 1955 to 1957 and as commissioning Weapons Officer of the USS HULL QDD- 9455 in 1958. From 1959 until 1962, he attended the U.S. Naval Post- graduate School in Monterey, California, graduating with a Master of Science Degree in Electronics Engineering. He commanded the USS TAKELIMA QATF-1335 from 1962 to 1964 participating as a unit of Joint Task Force 8 conducting nuclear tests and as part of the Seventh Fleet providing services as a unit of Task Force 73. Upon completion of nuclear power training in 1965, CDR. Newell served for three years as Executive Officer of the U.S. Naval Nuclear Power Training Unit, West Milton Sites, Schenectady, New York. He became TRUXTUN's sec- ond Executive Officer in July, 1968. CDR Newell is married to the former Ingrid Charlotte Asche of Annapolis, Maryland. The Newells have four chil- dren, Thomas, Susan, Robert, and Michael. EXECUTIVE OFFICER Lieutenant Commander Owens was born on May 28, 1934 in Bismarck, North Dakota. He graduated from high school in Pasco, Washington in 1952 and enlisted in the Navy in 1953. He entered the Naval Preparatory School at Bainbridge, Maryland in September 1953 and the U.S. Naval Academy in 1954. After graduation and commissioning in June 1958, his first assignment was on board the USS PRICHETT QDD-5615 as Damage Control Assistant and Main Propulsion Assistant. In August 1960, he was reassigned to the commissioning crew of the USS KING QDLG-103 where he served as Main Propulsion Assistant and Engineer Officer until July 1963. In August 1963, LCDR Owens was selected for the nu- clear power program and upon completion of nuclear pro- pulsion training in August 1964, was assigned as Main Pro- pulsion Assistant in the commissioning crew of USS TRUX- TUN. He served in that billet until December 1967 when he was assigned to the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California. He graduated with distinction and received the Engineer's Degree in electrical engineering in March 1971. LCDR Owens reported as Executive Officer of TRUX- TUN in June 1971 during the West Pac deployment. He is married to the former Barbara Ann Haeberlin of Pasco, Washington. They have three daughters. LCDR and Mrs. Owens make their home in Los Alamitos, California. Captain George S. Grove Captain George Sargent Grove was born in York' Village, Maine on September 29, 1924 to Lieutenant Commander and Mrs. George W. Grove. He attended St. Paul's School in Con- cord, New Hampshire from 1938 to 1942 prior to entering the U.S. Naval Academy in June of 1943. He was graduated from the Naval Acad- emy and commissioned an Ensign in the United States Navy on June 5, 1946. Shortly after commissioning, Captain Grove reported to the destroyer USS HERBERT J. THOMAS QDD-833D for duty. While on the HERBERT J. THOMAS he served as First Lieutenant, and upon detachment in February of 1947 attended Gunnery School before assum- ing duty as the Gunnery Officer and First Lieu- tenant on the USS BURDO QAPD-1333. In No- vember 1949 Captain Grove assumed command of the USS CURLEW. On the CURLEW he saw action minesweeping during the Korean War. For his service during this period, Captain Grove was awarded the Bronze Star. CHIEF OF STAFF In March of 1952, after attending CIC school, he reported aboard the aircraft carrier USS MONTEREY QCVA-265 as Gunnery Officer and First Lieutenant. This tour was followed by a tour ashore beginning in March of 1953 as an instructor in the Operations Department at Officers Candidate School, Newport,Rhode Island. Captain Grove returned to sea as Exec- utive officer of the destroyer USS TWEEDY CDE-5325 in December 1955 where he remained until August 1958. , Ashore in Washington, D.C. in September 1958, Captain Grove served in the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations QPersonnel Planning and Policyb. Once again returning to sea as Executive Officer, this time of the USS JOHN PAUL JONES QDD-9325 in March of 1961, Captain Grove served in this billet until August 1962. Following this tour, he attended the Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island for one year and was promoted to the rank of Commander in July of 1962. Upon completion of his course of study at the War College, Captain Grove assumed com- mand of the destroyer USS BLANDY QDD-9439. He served two years in command of BLANDY prior to reporting to the Staff of Commander Cruiser-Destroyer Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet as the Operations Officer. In July 1967 Captain Grove took command of Destroyer Division NINETY-TWO, then homeported in Yokosuka, Japan. Captain Grove was awarded the Bronze Star, Navy Unit Commendation and Meritori- ous Unit Commendation for his service in sup- port of the Republic of Vietnam as Commander Destroyer Division NINETY-TWO, Captain Grove became Chief of Staff and Aide for Commander Cruiser-Destroyer Flo- tilla ELEVEN in June 1969, a position he still holds. He was awarded the Legion of Merit and a second Meritorious Unit Commendation for his service in this billet for a deployment to Southeast Asia from August 1969 to February 1970. Captain Grove is married to the former Marilisse Dean of Fairfield, Connecticut. The Groves presently reside in La Jolla, California and have two daughters g Leslie and Loring. THE COMMODORE and """' l THE CON TELLA TION ' Commodore Thomas Truxtun, U.S.N. Thomas Truxtun was born in 1755 near Hempstead, Long Island, New York. At the age of twelve Truxtun entered the British merchant service, in which he served for seven years. 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In exciting action off the Delaware Capes, his ship ST. JAMES defeated the British priva- teer GOODRICH. At the time, Truxtun was en- route to France with Thomas Braclay, the new consul A general. Truxtun returned from France with the .most valuable powder cargo entered at , Philadelphia duringthe war. Washington was so impressed that he declared Truxtun's ser- vices worth a regiment., After the war, Truxtun returned to his life as a merchant captain. However, in 1794 Con- gress voted to create a permanent Navy and construct six frigates to counter the French forces threatening American shipping. Truxtun was appointed by the President to command the CONSTELLATION, being built in Baltimore. In the summer of 1798, Truxtun sailed for the Caribbean, where he captured the frigate L'INSURGENTE. The following year CONSTEL- LATION severely damaged the fifty-four gun LA VEGENCE. These were the largest of more than ninety enemy ships defeated by American vessels during the conflict. After this action, Truxtun retired from Naval sea duty. He died in Philadelphia in 1822. 'inf Qhonoiigoig " a asf TFUXWHQ -TW . .Sig 1. c om Ili i s s,i9b-snieadff 'iin served ' efOif5'inostii3ofl1' the 1 gneqrt three' years Q 5 druiSi1iEe1.,0ff:fIh? African Y and Am6I"iC5i151QC03StSfk supressing' 'the 'slave trade, patrolling the .Caribbeanf and southern Gulf of' Mexicorg ing the Mexican 'War,f the brig TRUXTUN went. hard aground off the coast of Mexico on 5 August 1846. Three days later she was declared ,a total loss. To prevent salvage by the ene- my, the ship was burned by. a U.S. squadron which arrived too late to rescue her. A . TR UXTUN'S. . . -N.,-' The secondTRUXTUN, torpedo 'boat destroyer 14, was commissioned on S e pt e m b e r 1902. Until 1907, she was at- tached to the Atlantic Coastal Squadron, -cruising from Rhode Isla nd, s o uth to Charleston, South Carolina, and Key West, Florida. In late 911907, she sailed around Cape Horn for duty in the northern Pacific, where she engaged in coastal. operations. In, 1917, TRUXTUN returned to the lAt1antic,f .assuming anti- submarine and , convoy duties until the end of World War sa-' I . She was decommissioned in July 9191945 J in 'Q 1 The third TRUXTUN, DD 229, was commissioned on '16 February 1921. After a year of service on the eastern sea- board, she departed for the Asiatic Station, where shespent the next decade patrolling the Philippines-,H the coast of China, and .Japanese Water. From 1932 to 1939, DD 229 operated from San Diego, before return- ing to the Atlantic. In February 1942, she left Portland, Maine, 'with the destroyer WILKES and the stores ship POLLUX, enroute to Newfoundland. Caught in a violent winter storm, the ships went aground. and POLLUX were wrecked, with the loss of 110 lives. . of the past - .-.i99c19af.T1P9W9r9divi' guided , mis" The fourth TRUXTUN was launched on 9 March 1944 as DE 282. 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How- rapid fire gun and two 3 inch 50 caliber guns. ever, her weapons system andmajor electronics TRUXTUN has two types of torpedo mounts installation are much like those. of the DLG which fire homing torpedos. She also is capable 28 class frigates. None of these similarities of operating manned helicopters in search and g are absolute, making TRUXTUN. truly in ac1aSS rescue or anti-submarine missions. The two V 1 by herself. M V ' U Naval Tactical Data Systems CNTDSQ computers I DiSP1aCiHg 8950 10115 fully waded, TRUX- process combat data from TRUXTUN's very TUN has an Overall length QfQ554'f99'C, H beam long range bow mounted sonar and her two high of 58 feet and a navigational draft of 30 feet. performance radars. 4 She is- capable, of speedsin excess of thirty f. 1 12 V MIDSHIPMAN'S CR UISE 1970 TRUXTUN was Flagship for the 1970 mid- shipman's cruise, June 28, 1970 to August 5, 1970. 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For those who remember "Yoko" at its peak it wasn't the same city, for you could feel the last dying breath of "Sailor Town". TRUXTUN was the first nuclear powered surface vessel to moor dockside in Japan and the first nuclear ship in Yokosuka. The sec- ond time TRUXTUN and the SWORD - FISH QSKSND took part in another first, the first time two nuclear powered vessels were in Japan at the same time. Among all the rumors of a closed exchange, better bargains were found than expected. i I w I W Z Y K' Zvi, 5131? f ,, x- -,N H' S 5 E W I ml' .xl-.E .tn gl M .ny-..L ,l HQNG KUNG Hong Kong has everything, and for some men of TRUXTUN, Hong Kong had their wives. For many months, letters were exchanged planning the Wives' trip to Hong Kong. Many took advantage of the opportunity. For them, Hong Kong held more meaning thanjust another port their husbands have visited, a second honeymoon perhaps. 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W, 5 X, g,,,4,,,g.,,,f'sg. ,,.,, i ,m.t.,,N W -M X.-M A - f X f X , A Q - 1655:-1 If rim This was the first port where English was the spoken language and even with this we still felt that an interpreter would have come in handy. The heavy accent and gleam of friendly eyes were very noticeable in Australia. Many of the crew took advantage of the opportunities given them to "go native". Thirty men from the ship were invited to Quairading, a farming community over, 100 miles inland. Others went to' Bunbury to the southg All who participated were well pleased. Some were able, through their own initiative, to sample some home- cooked food. Girls! Wow! Did they have some- and they all had legs and were proud of them. If the length of skirt worn is winter garb, we'd surely like to try again in the summer, say December. GIRLS ALO THE WA Y ff .4 6 fm RQ Lt, 'naw X Q. U. 0+ K H ,fx W.. ..X A A m E N '1 V1 f .. ,f 5 , X J ,, .. N fx, E - K ,M ig ' f ,L i 'W X . rf ,, ,, . 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We have donenour' best to support our coun- try' at sea and represent our country ashore in foreign portsj The visits to other countries, while interesting, makes coming and beinghome even more meaningful. Many of usiappreciatef home eVen more once wel' have been away. A ship is made of steel and outfitted with sophisti- cated equipment, but the crew accounts for her soul ' A TRUXTUN is a good ship' 'ZA f DURING 1971: 56,252 nautical mileswere travelled ' Candy machine sales wasS3,440.00 160,000 meals -were served, using some of the ' Coke-machine sales was 33,817 .80 following foods: Z A or 8,000 lbs. roastigbfeeigw. 7 V 1,231 helos have landed since May 1967, 498 this cruise. y V , 4,600 lbs. steaksb y 7 ' ' , , cccc lbs. of mall were sent off . 4,000 lbs. hamburger patties . .... 6,600 lbs. chickens g 18,000 eggs ' 0 ,, it . 18,000 loaves of various breads..,...W 54,000 sweet rolls 1 1 2,600 D195 ' M ..,, in . 3, 136,000 ga11on5.,9f drinking. 4 Payroll for the six months wasS1.,382,004.-00 V Ship's storesales 'was 567,302.73 . I Fountain sales was 813,659.00 5,600 lbs. canned hams 5, 26,fZ72'6jlbsf.4of mail were received i2sQ,.O...gal1ons of paint were used aboard the ship W ixwsix months, mainly by First Division During' the past year the following number of missiles,"'3',', 5" and small arms were fired: 2 standard missiles, 15 'HTR missiles 405 rounds of 5"!54 cal. ' . 365 ,rounds of 3"! 50 cal. g A 4,160 rounds of .45 cal. 8 ' The ship travelled 8,620 miles in 12 days at an average speed of 29 knots L- Again, TRUXTUN crew members found that there really is no place like home. As the pier came into view, you could tell that the good 'times that were had on the cruise became very secondary to the times anticipated after our arrival. Anxious faces were everywhere, looking for the familiar faces of loved ones and old friends. Excitement filled the air and one could hear strained voices as the long-sought-after faces were found. As We pulled closer, all became more real to all. We were home!! Yes, we were finally home. The clincher? "There's Daddy!!" LONG BEA CH 'Q dT. ':lT 2 5 , 1 4 s E -Y 2 3 if gig in if -ga-'iii 2 lk E E? i sh? .NW fi? W - 3, -. ll -2 -- MW f . 1 N AMW 'i . t ' 5 QE LIFE A T SEA ,L':?,..ff Lia:- ,-Zi ,.,-2 3.1 5,1 -Eg.-"? Qfliig Qi 5' ,lr- -, lf: lf 4,211 -gi., if-51 ,,1-if ,,.f' .,-ff? l,-fi ,iff ,.l1.?f ,ffff l-'17-1 1 ,.l,1'?:' f"1',,."','ffL ,,,-f'f ii: l,,, ,ff -Z, if ,,,.f lf A,,.,- ,-ffffi ,,f- ,,.f ..f1 ..-zz ,rf-5: z,-E ' , ' -,,f- ,-.-1-'- I 'IIIIIIII I I -+' I I V I I IIIIIII I I I , I W IIIIIIIIIIIIIU II II IIIIIIIIIII I ,W III NIIIII III III WI VII IIIIII I ,I,,I,I I XIII IM, I, I M. n I. MI III'IIIIIIwIIIIIEIIIIII III 'U' 'IH I .III Ig Q I X ,L .ff ,S k X .rm -ff. if W i :Z G! Y ' - Q-,mx X X G X S X 5 X X Rx Q N4 . QQ 1 X 6 xg X X xwzgfs JAX X K X .. T' 1 yfz, ' - . -. , 'jx -jf-g ,RWM In II3I,Q,:I,7, Iii-LIEMIMJ ' q6g'g1l'g ififmgu 5 . f -,,, , ff g --' ' ' . f. dl. 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' I I III Il ' ,I I 'III III I IIIIWI I III II III ,XIII IIIIIII I It I ,I IIIIIII I'- II I I I I I I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 41 Em 'lima-.4 C O ARRIVI Admiral Zumwalt is the ans- wer to the enlisted man's prayer. A man of action, the C.N.O. is fast changing the tradition-bound Navy to make it livable. f During his May visit to TRUX - TUN, the men turned out in force to hear what he had to say. Ques- tions were asked and straight an- swers were given, a refreshing change. A Admiral Zumwalt asked for a show of hands from the rated men in favor of non-rated men wear- ing civilian clothes to and from the ship. Almost all agreed that they should be allowed to wear "civies". Two months later, another "Zumwalt - Zonker" authorized non-rated men to keep "civies" on board and wear them to and from the ship. Here's hoping that people like him will be the trend and not just a passing trend. 1 ,Q Ji F --1- . 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