Tulare (AKA 112) - Naval Cruise Book

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THIS BOOK IS DEDICATED TO THE MEN WHO SHARED IN THIS DUTY. 3 HAM 196 'fu LA' IGZQQZ I r ,. 27 HISTORY SS TLILARE AKA-II2 o v The ineeeptien of Uss TULARE QAKA-1l2y goes back to the period imme- diatelyf,fol1o'wing the outbreak of hostilities in V,Iforea.'2lOn - July 1951, the character- istics ofa new AKA, known as Project 77,5,vej-e eppreved by the Chief of A ' , Naval Operations. These. characteristics were based on the conversion of a Mari- time Commission single cargo vessel. The Evergreen, Mariner hull No. 32, built by the Bethlehem Pacific Coast Steel Corp. at San Francisco, was chosen. She had never ,sailed in her civilian capacity before being commissioned in the Navy. . , , 4 ,- Y- 5 ' - rf-1---MH L - -e-- in Y' -V R AMN A K ..k. V. .W 1., . .-,.Y 1-,,.-ey -va-.:,'.,:-eg-:Q-j -,,. ,, : ., , , , ,, ,- , --. , - N ,Q v--H. . -3-'.p,...1 . ' , " 5.4 .sf-." iT -'.aI",f-FT' 'YYY'-' ' A x TU LARE'S MAIN ARMAM ENT HER LANDING CRAFT In June of 1954 she was taken back to her building yard for Navy uniform. The conversion period lasted from June 1954 to 12 January, 1956 on which date she was commissioned as the USS TULARE QAKA- 112y, our first and, to date, our only post- war AKA, She reported to the Commander Amphibious Force, U,S, Pacific Fleet for duty, and went on her shakedown cruise in 1957 to the South Pacific to serve as a unit of the SEVENTH Fleet. She is pres- ently serving as a unitof'Amphibious Squadron THREE, Amphibious Force, U.S. Pacific Fleet. .... -4- ,f V N 1-44 -.--WTf-..,.-.--- .--i...-.f-. l-..... V -...,-Y- Q V .li ' -Y ,..,.,,.,,.-, m ,.,, --..,. . . COMMANDING FFICER I4 OCTOBER I966 I6 MARCH I968 CAPT. R. D. THOMPSON p... , V, Xfdm . ,, Y. , , -- - ,,.. , A.. N ,,, A ' ' , I V, ., J my 5 -...QA , . ' 'l . Y 'Q' JPY' 'Q' x ' KZVIPV-1fZ'jL Q5 Hvfv,-Z"F"ff7f33-fl , :f-.'.-12.1141 ,5r -g.gg:q:,g..gv,jf.5 xxjQfZ-:xii " ' Captain Robert D. Thompson, a native of Metuchen, New Jersey, graduated from the U,S. Naval Academy in June of 1945. This was followed by Sub- marine school after which he served in successive junior officer billets in the USS BANG QSS 3855, USS SEA OWN QSS 4055 and USS TORO QSS 4225. After attending the U,S. Naval post graduate school he received a degree of Master of Bioradiology in June 1954, and later went on to serve in the USS PIPER QSS 4095 and later to command the USS SARDA QSS4885 and the high speed research sub- marine USS ALBACORE CAGS 5695. Subsequent billets have in- cluded assignments to the Naval Long Range Studies Project, staff of Commander Task fGrou.p ALFA QCommander Carrier Div- ision SIXTEEN5 and Chief Staff Officer on the staff of Commander Submarine Five. in San Diego. Prior to coming to TULARE, Captain Thompson served for one year as Commander Submarine Division THIRTY-TWO, home ported in San Diego. He is married to the former Janice Misell of Bala-Cynwyd, Pennsylvania. The Thompsons have four sons and three daughters and reside in San Diego. Captain Thomas B. Russell, Jr. attended the Naval Aviation Cadet Program QV-5y in 1943, and was commissioned an Ensign in 1945. He served as an aviator with VF-SA and VF-72 before returning to school at Iowa State College. During the Korean con- flict he served withcomposifte Squadron ELEVEN engaged in combat operations against North Korea. After completing General Line School in 1953 Captain Russell became a flight in- structor at Whiting Field, Pensacola, Florida. Later assignments included billets in USS SIBONEY, FAUTULANT DET B, VF-21 and duty with the Chief of Naval Operations in Washington, D,C., after Armed Forces Staff College. Captain Russell returned to the fleet in 1962 to serve as executive officer and then Com- manding officer of Attack Squadron ONE FIFTY FIVE, He later commanded Attack Carrier Air Wing 14 engaged in combat operations in South East Asia. In 1966 he returned to Washington to duty with the Joint Chiefs of Staff and to obtain a degree of Bachelor of Science in political Science at George Washington University, prior to reporting aboard TULARE. Captain RUSSELL is married to the former Lee Bleir of Lafayette, Rhode Island. They have three children. . , .,.,.. ' P' - ,- K , x 'it ' i I 4 1 i I 4 1 I H EXECLITI E FFICER X ,, t f ' ...ASI "For youg I give you special deal". Cdr. R. B. McKay D E I-I 1 f Lt.CdI'. J. C. Allen - OPERATIONS L'C.CdI'. J. W. Hadbavny - SUPPLY H.-...wg ' ' ., .---.-- ' FQ- - Q-U., 'iw-inf? . I .v3:":'1Y 11.M"'.1JQfxvN,rfvfIf'lK2f22:'l' ff' v, IA ,- 'hi--t A.,-p., , . Ygff. ' X, ' A ' ' 'x' 1 5 1 A ? 1 1 I V I w K w lv L r 1 V P 4 5 l I C r Aa! 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Jackson - E GI EERING Aa ,f W W aw' Q- f f SSW 42 Wfj Xw ,V Xgwyw ,W ww My-9 ww' 0 f N Nz vf Lt. C, , Turner - NAVIGATIO Lt. J. F. Kirby - MEDICAL rl-K,-.A ,. .Lf qx ' ,4 -5 , , .J my., 7 f. A. ,E - ,f iQ h i F , i 4 1 5 5 5 .3 l id Q me 1 iii W i I 5 4 ' tffff ,,.- X.,- Q, .,.,.Ufrv f ,.,-f LTJG J. H. LTJG S, L. LTJG A. L. I-IAAS III LUEI-IE JZJRAVILENSKI simn LTIG W. P. LTIG J. E. LTJG P. W. SC HMIT Z WALDRUP ECKER ZS? ..,.. 7 2 S , 5 LTJC- W. W. ENS L. C. R ENS A. R. E Q ni.: ,, --.,, . i K 5 , , X 4 S f DANIELSON RAY CHALLIS L-: S ' f' X ENS N, S, cwo E, E. cwo E, EL Lf, H , GLADSON EVANS PHENIX S 'ENS D. C. ENS R, R, ENS R. R. GAMANOS JENSON LAMB 1STLT J, C. R LTJG R, D, LTJG B. H. A g f' SLATE C ANGS1' LOVELL A A A U. S. M. . fNOT CNOT , - X, PICTUREDQ PICTUREDJ I" 2 E PQ THE W RDRQQM 4. W lllllwy - V--ff ':,-4:-J-:sy ---- ,.--.... v - - f - .- .4 E' Q. . ,,1.'...s:'u":,fi-2' 7 -QV j F f "AT '5- WM "Boyg We don't have Cokes like this back home. " "Ah yes. I remember Sydney well. " R Why you re as soft and cuddly as a "And to think, I extended for this! AUGH " Left to right: S, E. PRECKWINKLE, LV. FELIX, D, THOMAS, D.P. WALDRUP, I, C, LOVE, W, T, CAGLEg H, E, ANDERSON, C, s, HARNED, C. D. ARENALD, R. F. SEAGRAVE, H,E, kWILLS, E. E. LEFANTE, W. L. LEMMoNs,, "I don't care what it looks like, te1l'em .it's steak. HIEF 'A 'mimi 1' ' Q ' I ' 5 . . 4 u N "Don't worry, Mr. Luehe, I'11 protect you. " 5 x M Ll .1 N 'Q 1 j . 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G, W, Henry, BM2 dangerous man behlnd a steering wheel. fsws? v W X W ZNDDV Left to right: Front, E,L, SULLIVAN, A, D, BALDWIN, s,R, LARSON, J. LOMBARDO, T, G, RQGERS, K,,c, BADQN, LTJGR,D, ANGST, Backg J. O. LEMASTER, RJ. RICCIO, c-,R, BUNKELMAN, E, DUNN, s,M, HQNER, J, To IVEY, s, CLAY, C.I-L HEGEL, N CLAY, R,L, RAHNER, 12.1. DEMARS, , ffl... fit J V1 A-,N P A Sm, A xx ,x W: 1 I X 4 N J V1 ' L R, Q 155 , X- ,Z Listen fellows, I don't like working . . ,. 1 V' . A- , .T , Y 'fi ff--'F ,, ' . '1-ffl' A-i., '1-lk,Y:"' .. -' ""- f '-, - . 1, .- , ., F - ..,! :7 ,V . .,'-Q - - .tg-If 1'.-Q 'f.,'?:QfErf -' " ' rw 'V w, '-W1-4.2-1. 3 1 ., .r i -1 -- an -. in 42 ,,.., QA, .,.., . , . ,w .. -. .- 1 ' 'kmfy-f - - ,-Q.-ff ' 1 ,L T, G, Rogers, SN, painting out number four hold using the yard and st a y technique. I I 'X either, but. . . . . " "Hear no evil, speak no evil, see no evil. " :Eff , ' " E E' ' ' vzzbvf-W-ff Y-v.. .,,,,.,.,, V , - E - -Q--AV-A F4-----A-W A-W - - ' ' ' I O K I EEE SRD DI l Big hearted "FOssi1" Left to fight: Frontg J, E HURD, M, B, MOORE, T, M, STERRIKER, M, L, EARNSWORTH, Back, D, EL WOLEE, w,A, DAHLEN, E,D, ANDERSON, A,E, DUDGNE, LC. ZINKOWSKL, D.M. C-ARRETT, R.A. DYE, LTJG W. P, SCHMITZ, E i "You're right. This doesn't taste like coffee. " "Wh d h'nk 'I don't know, Sweet Pea, what do you want IPI! to do I don't know, Ray What do you want to do, Ski?" I don't know, Sweet Pea, what. . . . . " o o you t 1 does all the work around here Yes, operator, :that was collect. " T m f ywf Tag mgfq xx., jx 1' .-41 of f 1 wa s i f J X, TH DIV Left to right: Frontg M.IP1 STAGEMAN, D.H, RICE, R. J. MALONE, D. R. WILLIAMS, E. R. REICHLER, D, K, WILLIAMSON, R, VALADEZ, R,c, SHIELDS, Back, w.L, LENIMONS, w, S, GUSTAVSON, EJ. DEMMING, G.B, SHANE, S, G, ALLSUP, A.R. JENSEN, LE. MALONE, EJ. 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The free time is usually spent shooting the breeze with shipmates or writing and read- ingletters. The watch stand- ing is accepted as necessary, and the paper work never ceases. wfmwnmmt-M OKWQA The Peter Rabbit strikes again "One going over. . . H, L, Allen, EM3, stops to make a purchase during a tour of Okinawa. . . . and one returning home. " 021 is 4 . 1 D , Q ' 5 .L- f L-. wi .-,-,.-?1.-L?-.- P i w-IN H X 2 fil5"f'1 .few-1 f"?2 2 r-.TVqa fQ1igT?gl53f LQQ.'i?7TTZ7iif :rf i- , r be f . - , t -t r P ,s . 7' ffril"3fe'T??"f"xf--f'51'.1ieff,-4:-,-V-114 19:5-' L. 5' i-gf f-pf,-1415 ji '.j'V,1QT-' if:--2' -r '- -5-ff-',4" V- -,2.w-3 -'Ar 7., I , --Qgf -a jj-Z-: f-15 aff. . 2, "L f i?r"L-Qlfjf. .f1-,zktssigffgt-A ,lab --. " v -' rf -' ' . 'V , I ' -' : ff: k I T'-. V" gui: 'V Q- '. bij: N1-.-pi :fi jg, . ,- ,. U-WTI, j ii- -- S.-, f?" i . - if . 5 5, 'JL ,, -' .,Q1f'!f':5"'vfg..g4 . . - , ' " - -- t - +.4........ 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The Amphibious Groups, containing flexible elements of the Navy-Marine5Corps team, are designed to carry swift and de- cisive action directly into hostile or trou- bled territory anywhere in the Pacific Fleets sphere of influence. The mission of the TULARE is to com- f I " 'll .. 5 5 fn ff 1, MQ unxnnnuxuu-QQ. Z 1 xxxxxnxxxxxxxxxux, I I, in Q ' ' f f ' x F. gn? Q: ik g V ig 1,5 A f f Qlqnuxura' S.. "WL Q ' mf 4 , 1,,,.,,..,,,.ff f Q 4..xNxxxx'munxxxu ,..,...QQQQQ any - ll ',........ I". Q: N 7 ' Q Q Q Q 5 Q Q 9 9 Q Q , , C Q Q Q - Q 0 Q Q . Q 0 Q Q Q . bat load, transport to the objective area, and offload over the beaches all types of troop cargo to support the landing forces ashore " " " ' ' f a - -- -.Af ....-., '-all ' ' 'Q' 1' b- f V 1- ,- -' . , f ,- 1 ..N-M-: -,f, Q - - -. v--'-.M : , ...",vLxf."'-T :.,.--.. V , L ' 3,3 " f,-iifsi .5 -1,-1 - lx' . 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She can carry up to 140 vehicles of various sizes ranging from jeeps, trailers, and artillery pieces to large trucks and tanks She is capable of carrying over 2,300 55 gallon drums of gasoline in her gasoline spaces. To handle this load she is equipped with four sixty-ton booms and several smaller capacity booms. To transport this cargo to the beach the TULARE carries a total of twenty boats The TULARE is also equipped with a heli- copter platform which can be used to trans- port vitally needed troops and supplies to the beach or island. Helicopters can be re- fueled While on the platform. I 1 ! A AY LL BOATS 4 -' ' X". . T421 Q. f W 1 ..sA J To get her cargo to the beach TULARE employed both her own and other am- phibious craft Whenthey were available. Condition One-Alpha saw TULARE'S boats lowered into the water and shortly there after loaded with cargo for the beaches. TULARE'S boats were augmented by an assortmentof amdphibious craft including LCU's LCM-8's, LARC's, BARC s an barges. E l J VY vl.i VV - .'-A',V 1 Qui. nf: - . , kv. E V , -n M. - ,ar-7.5 WL -lr A .V ,- b -V . , ,f I ' 1 ::'f2f?fi:1rJz2 .1 A .4-322214 ff- f h " , I 5 .f f -... .Jz-M? HIT THE BEAC grl S IK X Nx X 'r , G The Signal goes out and the boats stream toward t he 53 beach to disgorge their cargo. 1 ,H :fi - 1 fi -4 ,. 1 ! ?6.,,,.f , 33 ,Q Y "FLIGHT QUARTERS, FLIGHT QUARTERS, NQW ALLHANDS MAN YOUR FLIGHT QUARTERS STATIONS There's always that 1070 who don't get the word. - A: .' ,-f1 ,sf "'f'Yf'. -' , I I I I I I V 1 The first question on touch down - "Did you bring I us any mail?" It was rainy and cold, but. . . I I I I Rocket I. Squirrel and friend. ' ----we-1 - . . I I I I I I I " -Elric If , ,w -1-- tri? . '1sI,'4:::.tr..'i,'J-fiffi 1 'f. A '-'Tv-"flu K TTH' A I 'S I . . the loading progressed as scheduled. 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MADERA, L, STATLER, CWO PHENIX. ef 5 .M f TQ f , sgfifff 5 Left to right: R. M, HOY, R.J. WILMS, K,c, SANCLEMENT, D,F, VIVIS, T,P. FLYNN, M.E. ABBOTT, G, B, WEBBER, C, E, BISHOP, T,P, SULGER, F, R, LETHTOT, D, R, DRZEWIECKI, C, E, TUROUSKE, CWO B, 11 PHENLX, From left to right: C. L, ADAMS, I, G, WALKER, F, O, SMITH, C, H, CI-IRISTENSEN, D. J. PRALL, I. D. BUSH, L,R, DUNI-IAM, R,W, DRAPER, E, TURENNE, W, F, W 1 I V I i I 1 ! T. -'iff , S' 'I .AOQ ' - - Y- -- - ' f , "'-'5"J"'." 4,-L T- 5 l " :"'rw-..Q:5. Q .1 7 "100, 101, 102, 103,... " "Do I believe in Christmas? Well, I believe in Christ- mas Cards, " "Now if I turn this all the way to the right the ship won't leave Sydney for another month, at least. " 5 r 2 2 2 E E 3 3 S 3 5 ii 3 1 Left to ri hr: Front, D,K, STENSON, C, E, RONAYNE, E. R. SHOEMAKER,'M, E, KASON, D, T, LEWIS, S, L, PARKER, L, W, BRESHEAR, T, S, SAPP, R,L, SMITH, Backg W, T, CAGLE, R,W, TUTTLE, RM, RERRELL, RL, TAYLOR, D, E, HALEY, B. B, BROCK, L. V, DAVIDSON, N. R. SCHAUMANN, LE, PARKER, D,L, WILDES, c,D, HAT FIELD, PFANNENSTIEL, cwo 0, A, EVANS, ADI fy. 7 ,-,N --1 T 1 A 4 ty ""'fg.,: Q, ' 1' Left to right: From, J. G. BALDWIN, 1.12, DAUGHERTY, w,c, cooN, T, R, RAYNOLDS, J,c, GARVER, L,L, PAWSON, D, R, HARDER, Backg C, D, BUCKLEY, J. K. GIDEON, KE. DENHAM, R, D, IOINER, Rig SOUTHLAND LR. GARDNER B, K. JOLSETH, LTJG W, W, DANIELSON, , , RDI L, L, Pawson, FN, tidies up after boat off load "What? Me worry?" "This is the first time I ever used one of these things" isis "'?4.,g,"N- ti' I wonder if it 's too late to back out now. .. ,, - j gi ,gq., A-gr... -.., 1. -wa ,.J-' -..V -j1 "1-f-,A Q 'ff' . " ,.vQ'1j my N., 5:5-' u-V - . , ., ',,,,jQf-1Q"'f'-.vg:':r:mg-F yv -'-......., ' f,'fr'f' fig .' jj 1155 '-if -Q, ljgtr' gg-: A Ljf jg1 f2f:'g:15,1jAf'Q,1gfL,,4,5i LK -,,. Y... R A , 1.42: A. ,- is , - T A A f A ' ,-1 .,t.,- ,..- , ,f.'.'e. - -V A - ' ' " " ' ' S A, Z X 1 Qahwuz 7- if Left to right: Frontg S, G, DONAHUE, P,R, KOTEEN, W, C, RAMOS, W, J, WILLIAMS, D, G, BERRY, LT IG A, L, ZAVILENSK1 JR, Back' H,E, ANDERSON T L, ANDERSON, A T FOUST, D D NEWTON G BROWN 3 9 n o o 0 n 9 0 In 1 Rs D1 I-LL, ALLEN, T,l1 SAICE, LL. BURKETT, I. M. CLITES, EJ. KRESTA, O Waterline illumination was a necessary G, I, Brown EM3, and I, M, Clites, 'EN3'? security precaution while in Vietnam. -,-.r 74 mga A 0 AWARD DAY Ever so often the crew took time out to pay tribute to those who excelled in their particular field. TULARE never lacked men to honor on these occasions. Sometimes the men mus- tered to say good-bye to a shipmate and sometimes it was to acknowledge the excep tional character of another. ,E 2? Y QXQQ39 9225436- X197 'GEM 6462? Qkf . 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Left to fight, Frontg A, DANIELS, L,E, KENNEDY, D, A, CUTLER, s, A, SNYDER, B, L, MCKEE, R, SCHARDINGER, c, H, LEWIS, E, T, HAMBLIN, R. B. SUGG, A,N1, GoN1Ez, G.P.o MACEANN, Back, D. P, WALDR UP, T, S, NAPALAN, NLD, AN1ERsoN, w,w, STINE, L,R, KNOLL, w,M, MAYNARD, R,c, CUSTER, G,w. HOEE, D,L, GOODMAN, R,D, MEENTS, D, w, SPURGEON, LE. WINSTON, LTJG s, L, LUEHE, LIPPLY At fi'rst glgnce T, S, Napalan, DK1, appears to be lailiegugigogvlt? blocks, A closer look proves he is playing 3 K wf Ji - Zz- --f ' Em' ,.. f . .. .- f ,V -- - Y- V- -' "" 'fl' - CY'-- Y "' , ' , . .... -, ,.,,. . , ..- ..,.. : ., Y- ,-.1 uf-. na. , V --, .. Q- A.: V '--'fi-.-1--' .- A . ' . . ., X .J-lf 'uf 1' .- A il- 1 Aff'-'ar -fig? -' ,:z..j . '52-',. '2'4.,:Q.-NV.. 31.-' , Q',-QE., A ,-,,g4-11,01 1:-:,,-ffrY-.?g..f,'f51','i,'2f -1- , ,, . , F , . ,,. , 1 ,N , ,, ,. .. 5. -of , 4 . --. A ,. 'gi xg- .rg Ag,i i ,wc ,-- 1 .A A ,vw -A, H 4-A-, 1, ' ---- Q 4 fg4,,4,-55. Captain Thompson joins in mess deck festivitiesduring celebration of crew members birthdays. ' "Ski", our Polish Baker. i. The latuidry is one of the hottest spots on the ship, :but the scene of much activity all during the week. l K E ,, L I 1 F V 47 K ,, lj? . X in S' Y. L 2- 334.-ff ff A' 'J . gj,fj':f "Tf'-. ' ' -qi I v :-.hw :::':" . " nw. we -e ' ? ?i.-Z YZ,-, h .V V ,..,,,,, . .f , .. l I 1 1 is fn . i i 'u fl -4 A 3 3 1 i Q, 1 lm 1 i V , 4 E l I V . l ---, 4fr...nUL. , li mnmamf ' 's ,ii 5 I 1 N 1 N 3 4 i 1 5 i I EW R D 2 + ' HA, ii E S l I r T ' E l E E ' -- ' 1 -, ,ee 1 : 11 f . . Af 2 l E. V. Gabuyo, TN3, reaches for the first mgred1ent of another: 2 E splendid wardroom meal. 4 2 3 ' A ,-. M I W 1 , 3 X M . ,fx i3 G Somfrlmes I WS' 4 ii? I HAD 6rAr5D in THE' ? ji I l 1 I ll A Plnlfppfufs, 1' , H ' I E ' , 48' P 'geggfg 4 ' - 'TQ?2'l' .1 rf ff. 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WQQSQQWQQXQQ? 3 '49 -1631592364 QiQ QWMf4:Hf,Qw Af'-+A Ms WQMAAQA 5'Mvw?3 Q -vw L9 Q'Q-43.91-5:,j3? f9H GXQX 9 425 QAQQWSFQAQQKQAQS Q k9Qx9Ax I AQ' Q-,443fQ,g',??1?9M2xg 'ffwif Q' 3.5'.aw5,,. nr' 4 , ' ,,Vgm-V,,,. TULARE is a versatile Ship but the '67-'68 Cruise proved it like it had never been proven before. TULARE switched between missions quickly and efficiently. One day she was refueling underway and days later she was resupplying carriers by both burtoning rigs and helicopters. During shore resupply missions she operated her boats through every imaginable surf condition, over every type of bottom, up rivers, over sand bars, during all types of weather, both night and day. The crew also worked with nearly every type of amphibious craft built. She also conducted salvage operations for a lost BARC and perfected a "fantail" unrep with her own boats when the weather turned rough. TULARE made it all look easy. THE ERSATILE 'Q M Q. J xxx 1 A1254 17- ' 'T :.'s.., 1.35 ff-,L -, Victoria Charlie, pride of R-Div and a well remembered shipmate. r '-rr' efi- i-i"-'rif V'riiiP Left, a load is readied for transfer by Burtoning rig. Team work and confidence made TULARE look goo d alongside any ship. ' 1 K V, ,,.7 , .:j,. . .1 IlZ TULARE found that she could go to flight quarters during an unrep as easily as a carrier. The helicopter is a fast and easy method of transfering personnel and TULARE, employed it often for this purpose A i it - f Prior to starting an up river operation TULARE'S boats and crews loaded their cargo and formed up in convoy for greater protection. TULARE was lucky in not having any casualties due to enemy action, but they were prepared for any event. 5 ! Periodically the boats had to return to the ship to be refueled and repaired. ' 'Y' , , . .,- '- X' fr. .-Q if - ff Some of the nativei did not seem Very friendly. SOTTIC waved. - - - . . Some begged. . . . . . and some would even chat for a cigarette or two. 4 4- p5,gN T- Zi ff.. , . : ,- Cid, . fa e - M- irsafa LL ASHORE FUR ----.--vnu: '- ...nn ,. G I R S A L N A D N E D The Philippines brought a brief respite from the long work days in Vietnam' and also a ohanoeto throw a ship's party at Grande Island. -.yu Q v -L.. w f" a ' , .xHwyL.La,a,.,.,.g.,Q-4111.-:'.gar., mr, Y, HI A BEAC , . N, X-if 'YJ China Beach, Da Nang, was the site of a TULARE beach party. It was the crew's first chancefto relax while in Vietnam. The refreshments seemed to whet their appetite for sports and they went to it with a vigor. ,..--.V-, , -K., V.: Q, 2 .,f,,5,- '.,..H:1,15g-.xi a -f-- . Q ,.,,,, ,h,1 ' "vg,1b-., ,f :-A' ,ff . 1 A , r .. ...., ,-.,... . ,, , , Q f 'ff 1, ly- Q fx The volleyball game was a favorite, and replacements for those who pooped out were easily found. Wi, A., , i f v V E r I N New H, 4 an ,,,, 5-'W f W V. ' " ,Aiwa WI U , 4 ,fcEX7 If in ,, I 61 w e rf fi V . I l Y f --'-'r'-'-'--A ----r---7-- ---Ah-M --, ---W V Y.V.,..-Y ' , V CHANGE OF CGMMAND On 16 March 1968 the crew of TULARE bid a grateful farewell to Captain R. D. Thompson and welcomed Captain' T. B. Russell, Jr. to command. This was the first TULARE change of command ever held in a combat zone. While in Da Nang, TULARE lent ahelp- ing hand to the Sacred Heart Nursery. By collecting, soap and money the sailors of TULARE provided the Nursery with a bit of what they needed to continue their work. N. if l r SX-I f T1 ,v U ' X ,- . 1 5 " ,r2dh,4l'.:'fr. , , ,Ad 3 3 3 4.1.9 1,'.', - . --9-Ii"Z.'f T' s N " gum .nf I Ili ..".,k" 'V' A " fa .W i' is 'qx'f.'. 'Q-."Q' 11 - G -i .1 - ,- - ' , '-':E1,-1?4Z' ' - '4' ,ei-fir", - ,,l,Q.", I "Lf, .Q "' C. '-- iff '-N I ' Q I. 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X 'Chi- The "Atomic Dome", in Hiroshima One of the few buildings which survived the blast The Tokyo Tower spans to 1,093 feet, thereby being the largest steel framed structure 1n the world. 3 Y I Q 21. T radition and, . . W . n as fwfr ,ff gfie-Q-fff mf f KRW iwiei 1 , --'C 'W 3 ,fx-Vf ' XVWL 1 Most everyone agreed that the Sasebo Party was a complete success. . . . the modern look.' ,f Xe? s TPM' 's"'2? 1.-. 8+ ' x71.-, 'KJ' U1 ' r ni - H " 4,1 v- ' In ,X 4 P 'z 'K--'f 4 M. .-'.-w .ef-L 'f vrfm. R QA , , f--0 ""' ' ' -4 Y , M x 7 7 . '- mf. Q, .- gf L- ' .-1. f.,3Tqi'1:f.Tf"'.,' Q a 0 f f' ,. x - D, if " " Q 3 , .Q QW' e x 1 Qi' 'Remember me," 2 QL I K , L3 4 i 2 if ,,-El KW! S i-1 69 .. Nl I LQ as-f l to 'feeffei ,if 1 4' ,W W! r! li 1: f 14 A 'u l i 4 3 1 1 l. 5 2 5 2 3 1 r . Q E 'll in I Y,-tt . The Jolly Roger, symbol of tyranny, flies over TULARE, CRCDSSING THE LI E Captain Russell greets Davey on the first day of the initiation. 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