Truxtun (DLGN 35) - Naval Cruise Book

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X R x,' Q 1 is 1' X E X 1 1 R I Y .X ik . 2 Table Cf Contents CO 4 XO 5 Change of Command 14 Departure 16 Hawaii 22 VERTREP 32 ONLOAD 34 OFFLOAD 36 UNREP 37 Flight Quarters 40 Messdecks 42 Special Sea and Anchor detail 46 Other Ships 50 Nuclear Task Force Two 52 ZMI 54 Whats Happening 58 Services 60 Painting 64 Quarterdeck 65 Boats 66 Sasebo 72 The Bridge 76 Christmas 78 SECNAV 81 Singapore 82 Hong Kong 84 Yokosuka 86 HOME 88 Individual Pictures 90-118 Cruise Book Staff 123 Commanding OffiC91' Captain R.S. Smith was born on August 4, 1925 in Gary, Indiana. He entered the U.S. Naval Academy in 1943. After graduation and commissioning in June 1946, his first assignment was on board USS BLUE CDD-7443 as Torpedo Officer and Assistant First Lieutenant. In May, 1947, he was reassigned to the staff of Commander Escort Division ONE. After a short tour, Captain Smith reported aboard USS PERKINS CDD-8773 where he served as Operations Officer, Engineering Officer, Gunnery Officer and Com- munications Officer during his three year tour. After a tour with Navy Special Weapons Unit 802, Captain Smith was assigned as Commanding Officer of the USS LUZERNE COUNTY CLST-9021 in July 1953, where he assisted the re-deployment of the French Army from Haiphong to Saigon. Beginning in December 1955, he served as Flag Lieutenant and Aide to Commander Amphibious Force, U.S. Pacific Fleet. In June of 1956, Captain Smith was selected to be one of the four officers to attend the first Surface Nuclear Power Class at Arco, Idaho. He was selected for retention on the staff as instructor and later as Ex- ecutive Officer of the training unit. He was the Damage Control Assistant in the pre - commissioning crew of USS LONG BEACH CCGN-91 in 1959. Before LONG BEACH was placed in commis- sion, Captain Smith was re-assigned as part of the pre - commissioning crew of USS ENTERPRISE Xf Wi yuh, I I J K 4.. , , I , 1, ll J Y , W f 3 J 5 H . 9 in fi 1 4' J - CCVAN-655 where he served as the aircraft carrieris first Engineering Officer. Captain Smith's second command billet was Com- manding Officer of the USS HOLDER CDD-8191 from March 1964 to July 1965. In August 1965, he was assigned to the Washington D.C. area, first as a member of the Secretary of the Navy's Task Force on Military Retention and 'to the Bureau of Naval Per- sonnel for Special Studies on manpower. In April 1965, after a six year absence, Captain Smith was again assigned to USS LONG BEACH, this time as Executive Officer where he served until April 1967. While he was Executive Officer he was awarded the Navy Commendation Medal. Selected to attend the Industrial College of the Armed Forces in Washington D.C., Captain Smith con- currently attended George Washington University to complete work for his Masters of Science Degree in Business Administration in August 1968. Prior to repor- ting as Commanding Officer of TRUXTUN, he was assigned to the Staff of the Commander in Chief of the U.S. Pacific Fleet as head of the Strategic Plans and Policy Section and for which he was awarded the Meritorious Medal. Captain Smith is married to the former Ramona Ruth Dykstra of Gary, Indiana. They have foul' fiaughtefi Captain and Mrs. Smith make their home in Garden Grove, Califgmia. N , ff f f ,f W f Wyf W ,!,!,, W! X. ev Commanding Officer Captain R.S. Smith was born on August 4, 1925 in Gary, Indiana. He entered the U.S. Naval Academy in 1943. After graduation and commissioning in June 1946, his first assignment was on board USS BLUE QDD-7445 as Torpedo Officer and Assistant First Lieutenant. In May, 1947, he was reassigned to the staff of Commander Escort Division ONE. After a short tour, Captain Smith reported aboard- USS PERKINS QDD-8773 where he served as Operations Officer, Engineering Officer, Gunnery Officer and Com- munications Officer during his three year tour. After a tour with Navy Special Weapons Unit 802, Captain Smith was assigned as Commanding Officer of the USS LUZERNE COUNTY QLST-9025 in July 1953, where he assisted the re-deployment of the French Army from Haiphong to Saigon. Beginning in December 1955, he served as Flag Lieutenant and Aide to Commander Amphibious Force, U.S. Pacific Fleet. In June of 1956, Captain Smith was selected to be one of the four officers to attend the first Surface Nuclear Power Class at Arco, Idaho. He was selected for retention on the staff as instructor and later as Ex- ecutive Officer of the training unit. He was the Damage Control Assistant in the pre - commissioning crew of USS LONG BEACH QCGN-95 in 1959. Before LONG BEACH was placed in commis- sion, Captain Smith was re-assigned as part of the pre - commissioning ' crew of USS ENTERPRISE r' f Ma' , 7 ' A ijffff ' LL Ji! Mninfi e' f. f' ' J 4. ' CCVAN-655 where he served as the aircraft carrieris first Engineering Officer. Captain Srnith's second command billet was Com- manding Officer of the USS HOLDER QDD-8191 from March 1964 to July 1965. In August 1965, he was assigned to the Washington D.C. area, first as a member of the Secretary of the Navy's Task Force on Military Retention and 'to the Bureau of Naval Per- sonnel for Special Studies on manpower. In April 1965, after a six year absence, Captain Smith was again assigned to USS LONG BEACH, this time as Executive Officer where he served until April 1967. While he was Executive Officer he was awarded the Navy Commendation Medal. Selected to attend the Industrial College of the Armed Forces in Washington D.C., Captain Smith con- currently attended George Washington University to complete work for his Masters of Science Degree in Business Administration in August 1968. Prior to repor- ting as Commanding Officer of TRUXTUN, he was assigned to the Staff of the Commander in Chief of the U.S. Pacific Fleet as head of the Strategic Plans and Policy Section and for which he was awarded the Meritorious Medal. Captain Smith is married to the former Ramona Ruth DYkStra of Gary, Indiana. They have four daughters. Captain and Mrs. Smith make their home in Garden Grove, California, f f f gf? Qi! Z, X f 7 Executive Officer 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, CDR Owens was selected for the nuclear power program and upon completion of nuclear 1 propulsion training in August 1964, was assigned as Main Propulsion Assistant in the commissioning crew of USS TRUXTUN. 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. CDR Owens reported as Executive Officer of TRUXTUN in June 1971 during the West Pac deploy- ment. He is married to the former Barbara Ann Haeberlin of Pasco, Washington. They have three daughters. CDR and Mrs. Owens make their home in Los Alamitos, California. I 1 J I W W VWXQM, y L. MM w Past Truxtun' w ,45 5 - sb X T 9 TRUXTQ 1:-nga? 0 DLGQNHS 'N' rv? :X vurfsvt' aa if s 'fa W N A A 4wG4NDl-ruuELlTl5'w f iw 'EEE Y k .. X WEE- N 76 mm --E um 4.-. .... dH..-?..L1-aiw ,: -agar, -U X f ,A a f -------we - l' -fi' vourfuo nonuss nzuxt-A ,V Y I W f- f gg ini n :ini Q: tj, L ,W " UN u.s. we muxrurl - wg I 2? V 1841 a A ,, B 'ge ,ma A Es: Kg -..-- I A - lqflfff - I --W --E21 I-ggi-f--. is ll i " :a:" "L U"-'35 4 u.s.s. TRUXTUN DLG-I N l- 35 5f5jiy f Xi . T My i -.. f l .!,a..n, X U ps i -- e TX 'T u ri -- JY 4 """ iq ' "W mi .. ' Jn..- 8 J' ' S' K . L K f i A i mi . nssvnovsn u.s.s, muxrun , ,, -. .. l H 'YZ 1933 'Y usa txsilirw My of T "D "M-"""'U" .r nm wuuzrri A 1946 ., fl0NV:fff,nr-ivfn'v2 '- 41 'Lip ' tcouvoy 5 nl-wohua we n A -ITNZW n f lree - - ' The first Shlp to be named in honor of VX, If QW, j4,51Mw!,,,i , X V,,, M V kkk, . at f Commodore Thomas Truxtun was a brlgan- n, T tine, commissioned 1n 1843. It served for most Ag T of the next. three years cruising off the African jgMg ,,, r and American coasts, suppressing the slave A p i if trade and patrolling the Caribbean and f f ,X Tx ' f' If A . . . ' X, T r southern Gulf of Mexico. During the Mexican f 1 ,VVVV gag ., V I r W War, the brig TRUXTUN went hard aground ll'rr T off the coast of Mexico on 5 August 1846. Three 5, A g l days later she was declared a total loss. To pre- a ,ff vent salvage by the enemy, the ship was burn- t fer 1 nria fi ' - - M ff , nv , pfffg ff T ed by a U.S. squadron which arr1ved too late to , .,,aaa,, i , rescue her. , YYVV If N , 'in,n ,, ,,,,lrV n 7 , ,,W,..,,az4fLgv'ff rf" K W?::Z,f..,,,,,, , ,,u,,,,,,k,,,f,,ff4ff"f,'f,f--ffcf y I ,W W ,W ff f 4- M 'K,Wff-,,,,aw--fx:wM,.,aWdE.Wm"-9 ww 5' X 3 if 'S W qi- ' xr Q ws.. 5 X X 1 ' , NX.. wt X is .ffrsgggtwifsizxm Syyiggsxgmig E , , f ,- 1-X -fu., ,LEX , 5 Ng f 5 3, V ss - ' A 1 1' T NSG ,f - X -- ,P greg , 1 , 1 S . f U V A C . Q,?S.0.ss5s,fs S5552 ,gigs Big' K, A X we X- - . .ge 1' gs, we sys A . ss, X X L . 3' X X X - fx M. S g Q, 5 I, H ..x.. M ,K f 5 T f qi, wgfi.Xfs't ' . Q, j . 'Q Ney, f . , ss L X xiii! . my 1 X x x s . I . N L 'S 'Wit' ' fw f. Q 'su , X K .f Z' lX.6,E.O 5 W' fffft os: W :ir , ' Cie fa vs 5 T' XX J X H L- f f' vrqgsim F 5 9 - Xi, 1 V K X VZ x-,x -X Qga lxkw V , . rf fx , swim., , .X r X.,,. ,xy . sp Xf.wJ7k...,a ,fx f Xe-N f 1-X X.X. The fourth TRUXTUN was launched on 9 March 1944, as DE 282. In mid 1944 her designation was changed to APD 98, and con- version to a high-speed transport was begun. She was commissioned on 9 July 1945. After a shakedown cruise to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, TRUXTUN returned to Norfolk. She sailed again on 10 December 1945, to serve the Naval Training Center at Miami. She was decom- missioned on 15 March 1946, at Green Cove Springs, Florida, and was placed in the Reserve Fleet. On 24 June 1963, her name was stricken from the register to permit its assignment to the newly authorized nuclear-powered guided missile frigate. X r.s, J Nix M- M em A X .ox sw Y s yes The third TRUXTUN, DD 229, was Com- missioned on 16 February 1921. After H year Of service on the eastern seaboard, she departed for the Asiatic Station, where she Szpent the next decade patrolling the Philipplfles, the coast of China, and Japanese Wefefe- From 1932 to 1939, DD 229 operated from San Diego, before returning 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. TRUXTUN and POLLUX were wrecked, with the loss of 110 lives. USS Truxtun DLG - The mission of USS TRUXTUN CDLGN-351 is to operate independently or in company with strike, anti-- submarine, or amphibious forces against air, sub- marine, and surface threats. TRUXTUN'S engineering plant, including two nuclear reactors, geared turbines, and two shafts, is similar to that of BAINBRIDGE. However, her weapons system and major electronics installation are much like those of the DLG 28 class frigates. None of these similarities are absolute, making TRUXTUN truly in a class by herself. Displacing 8950 tons fully loaded, TRUXTUN has an overall length of 564 feet, a beam of 58 feet and a navigational draft of 30 feet. She is capable of speeds in .f.......,A. ,,,,YY, .,.,.,Y Y . - excess of thirty knots, and can accommodate 54 officers and 503 enlisted men. TRUXTUN is armed with a twin guided missile launcher aft which fires the TERRIER surface-to-air missile and the ASROC Canti-submarine rocketl. She has a 5 inch 54 caliber rapid fire gun and two 3 inch 50 caliber guns. TRUXTUN has torpedo mounts which fire homing torpedos. She also is capable of operating manned helicopters in search and rescue or anti- submarine missions. The two Naval Tactical Data Systems QNTDSJ computers process combat data from TRUXTUN'S very long range bow mounted sonar and her two high performance radars. Shots are a prerequisit to leaving the states. Before long one becomes convinced that he is protected against all il- lness known to man and a few common only to rainbow trout. The ship needs care also-Take down to bare metal, apply primer, red lead and haze gray. Repeat frequently, as necessary. 1.......,.. -.-.f.....,--...-ki-.. - -..-. ...,,,-. -,..-4A-A CRUDESFLOT THREE Change Of Command W, ,Q 1 1 I 4 i l i 4 3 F 1 ,WA 'zz' yivgfff 3 1,1 dxf: 1 . rw, 1 QW? 3 if . S: 214 I 21 fr.. -..LL 1 1 1 : U 1 M l 1" 5 s W Y 1 lv W, ,X Q! l JE! 7 ll it lui! 1 1 31354 if Hifi 1 ,qu ,X l Departure: Long Beach 13 Jul 1972 A Farewell from Wives Girl Friends Admirals Parents Friends Aunts Uncles Ect. .3 11 E1 -1 1 1 111 1 1 1 1 1 1 FQ 1 f 1 3 E 11 K 1 'am ffm 11 1 1, 111 1 j 1 1 1 Q1 1111 1 1 2 1 In 11- 1,1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 11' ,, ' 1 ,1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,, W, I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 111 ,WW W I w , f ff mf wwf W, W wwf f, Z ,X J 'Wm wr ,K ' ,, f ,, f , ' f , ywf C A ff ff M 7 , , f ,,,4Mf ,y,ff fglmwff ' Wi, If , f ff ,7 MQ ,X Z ff W f Q , ,,.,.,., 1 -.. . M-:..-L ....... ..,,.v.....,.,.-...,.,... . .. NA., .,...........-- 1. I f Q F S LQ WM urial At Sea ,f MY' my Captain's Inspection A Captains inspection usually means . . . a haircut, a shave, a clean set of whites, rib- bons, polished shoes, last minute changes, and finally a sigh of relief. 025' ' Qi , SW, ,Plz X Ha aii ,W 1, CWM. 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We in turn grew used to people in strange looking uniforms, mostly shorts, wandering about marveling at the size of the TRUXTUN! By Hawaii both crews were closer together and, a little more of the something that alliances are made of had been developed. Transit ! E 1 1 1 I 1 N V K 1 ' 29 1 F? a : . ,.... .,. . ....,-r.-..,.., A land of many contrasts... THE PHILIPPINES N of terraced mountain rice paddies... P ...and a small chi1d's poverty. The ever-faithful water buffalo and his mounted owner. Taxi!! Taxi!! K A L i H L K N 1' in :movsmmumn om av aomms z 'L,,,,,"'Z,,,",j' 2 fwh, ' I arwmwuunpz as Y M M, wwf!! wmx 00? , B -f M4 Q fr N, ,J ,TN ,oo f' ,- N , ' fa. W "'1i',.u Q is 1 V4 i 4: .a in A T' :Gt K , Y my 1-1 cmoraowzofs QA omgfwww A.., 'fn' - ' X 0 M Q , 71 if www 7 W7fI':,y-Z,7,,,,-Q 1, A fi WH, CM' T 79 This ancient Spanish gate stands as a re- minder to Philippine history. VERTREP A VERTREP is a rapid process for filling the flight deck, the hanger, passageways and storerooms all at once with masses of stores. Despite the swarms of handelers the backlog grows higher and higher. The Helo crew in con- trast seems to find it all effortless. Thanks to the large number of VERTREPS TRUXTUN had to call away very few in port working par- ties for stores, so there was more liberty for all. , i..,.....-.....--.1-,......:,.:.-, ...W --.L ...,.,',.,,.,.,- ,,....,-Y - - -- VERTREP A VERTREP is a rapid process for filling the flight deck, the hanger, passageways and storerooms all at once with masses of stores. Despite the swarms of handelers the backlog grows higher and higher. The Helo crew in con- trast seems to find it all effortless. Thanks to the large number of VERTREPS TRUXTUN had to call away very few in port working par- ties for stores, so there was more liberty for all. 0 I H V Q Y. MH5M-MAA-Aww,dV,M4,,,h,,w.,.......,---v---f--f----- f -Y Onload mmunition An onload of ammunition is almost a all hands job. Each shell must be manhandeled around many corners, down many ladders and through many scuttles. When it is all done the ship is noteably deeper in the water and the FG division officer is already planning gun shoots to empty the magazines again. - 'Q ff xy f-x, 4 gPf4,,,,5,?,,, ,. ,, N Ma , A f X W,-WM M 'ff , iffy K ' ,,.,,,,,, f f ,,,, : ,W S Offload Ammunition I I The TRUXTUN Had many UNREPS this cruise. We took on fuel Cfor-the heloj, food, freight and mail. It is an opportunity for the BM's to shine and for the young shiphandeler to gain experience. W ' if X- 4 ff 1 , i 5 A 1 1 1 v X l ' A X .. .. XX., X, , X f, XX.,., , A 4 -. X.,,,, q'Xwf- ,WV ,X X. f , Q, ' X' A- W wi Q x f Q - -Y x Y ,K ' ,X M 2 i , 4 X 112 ' 2 M f 49 , Wx , XX i , 2 x A X :Ms wr , . 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W 1 1 1 la :IE Y 3 I h , I 54: 5 i 1, iM I , V1 if, ' l,: I + I9 Y -W: . w 1 gag ' ? i JZ! :I INN 5 ,I Il -i Q, Q5 , i, ki , ,Q lil" 1 gx Q. E L 3,55 :W 'f 'Q 1 , F E, 1, 1 1 1 2 4 LAL 40 Www WWMW Flight uarters Flight Quarters, Flight quarters all hands man your flight quarters stations. It is hard to say how many times these words were passed over the IMC, but it seemed to be at least 1000. All hours of the day and night and for various reasons TRUXTUN International Heloport went into operation. The long hot hours in asbestos suits, flight jackets and on the hot deck were occasionally compensated by ice cream, Santa Claus and the Log Helo with MAIL. ff nw i. .Q my W The Messdecks Chief Sanders, the messcooks and cooks provided TRUXTUN with innumerable meals this Westpac. Thousands of Hamburgers, gallons of soup or stew were prepared and serv- ed utilizing very limited facilities. Although griping about the food is as old as the NAVY the overall concensus of opinion was-"WELL DONE? QXTUN wi 35 AX K 5 1 Qi! 5 i f, I 2 Special Sea nd Anchor Detail Z f, ! ff if ff I fi. f W "Now, station the special sea and anchor detail" That is the way TRUXTUN enters and leaves every port. For the Boatswains mate it can be pride in sharp linehandeling, for the Of- ficer of the Deck a chance to shine in View of the Captain, for the throttleman just more bells to answer. f 4 ,JW Visit On Aug. 23, TRUXTUN received a visit from Admiral Elmo Zumwalt, Chief of Naval Operations. During a meeting with the crew on the flight deck, Admiral Zumwalt answered questions from crew members, regarding policy, personnel and the changing NAVY scene. The CNO's visit was completed with a reenlistment ceremony for four of TRUXTUN's crew. 1 w 1 1 X Y 49 Uther Ships Even a nuke has contact with other ships. This deployment, in contrast to the past, UNREPS for stores, food and supplies were the rule. Once We even waited in line to fuel CJP-5 for the helol. Each time provided a break from the line and usually MAIL CALL. V v N 4 I 51 Nuclear Task Force Two Four Nuclear Powered ships in one place-it was a Public Affairs Officer's Dream. For an hour or so the TRUXTUN, BAINBRIDGE, ENTERPRISE AND LONG BEACH steam- ed in close formation for photographers lens. Inpressive-statistics were easy to come byg 14 reactors in one place, capable of traveling X times around the world and so forth. S5 13 ' W' 5, . X W Q ,f,. , V K , Q x , '- V we - 4 , . Af., g:, , 5 X NR F X xx QS 8 si , i., , xii. 4' ,, 5.1233 ly iN' ZMI K 'Si 'Q :fn ,if '11 !f2 ' 2 A K I M 'Q A Read n Your Mark 1 Secure Y 5 K 9? 4 1 fi ii we ,. W fx vi 5 5 1 Y 3 1 is M , I! i H U 5 E3 ,E in , W N: N X: ,xf ,4 CSC "GGL" Sanders Picnic ,A 5 X f ' f X . W' " Q, e 6 X X - X ,. A X 6- - 'X 7, -x - gE . X X X x .A N jk 'A 3 1 hats Happening WHATS HAPPENING was born early on our first line period. Thereafter every evening at 1800 and 2230 ....... "And now from Televi- sion City KSIX Proudly presents WHATS HAPPENING... A daily summary of News, Weather, sports and local operations .... l' S tarring my ,, f V, WW, y ,if ghd ,V 1,4 v fa ff iQZ.M,j, W Nw 'XXX W f xv wfff' Kwik www Sf v ciivgzfg Services Services are the Whole job of the Supply Department. Haircuts, Milkshakes, dinner and breakfast, payday and the laundry are the everyday activity of the men from Supply. I W W W W W W W W W W WW W W W W W W We WW il W ' -QW WW W W WW W W W , W WI W WW W W W W W W W W W W W W i,.?W W W W 61 W WW HSL 31 For the majority of our time on the line Det 3 of HSL 31 was aboard TRUXTUN. Their Lamps helo provided Search and Rescue assist in the Gulf and a means of transportation for personnel. Thanks to them the mail, the Chaplin and much light freight was transferred without having to come alongside. 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