Turner Joy (DD 951) - Naval Cruise Book

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Her three 5"!54 MOD 10 guns, the Navy's newest, with her one twin 3"!50 rapid fire mount, give her a total firepower unexceeded by any ship in the Pacific. Her guns and fire control systems give her anti- air, anti-surface, and naval gunfire support capabilities, and her modern anti-submarine S! ff WW weapons and short range missiles extend her arms above and below the sea as well. TURNER JOY'S 418-foot hull is propelled through the water at speeds in excess of 30 knots by a high pressure, four boiler steam plant. Her twin screws give her a reliability and maneuverability not enjoyed by many newer ships. Her crew of about 280 officers and men are trained for such diverse duties as electronic warfare, shore bombardment, and the screening of high- speed vessels. TURNER JOY is assigned to Destroyer Squadron 13 and is home-ported in Long Beach, California. f' l J 1964 ' 973 DEDICATION We dedicate this book to the P.O.W.'s, the prisoners of that seemingly interminable conflict in Southeast Asia whose suffering spans the entire period of TURNER JOY's involvement there. Some of these more than 2,000 Americans were captured by the Communists shortly after the initial Gulf of Tonkin Incident in August, 1964. Many more of them were imprisoned in North Vietnamese or Viet Cong cells on that uneasy day in January, 1973, when the last round of naval gunfire of the war was shot. Some 680 of them were finally freed during and after the days in February and March of 1973, when Opera- tion Endsweep cleared North Vietnam's waters of mines in return for the P.O.W.'s release. Tragically, a large but unknown number of the captives are still listed as "Missing in Action." We salute all of these men who have endured abominable hardships and made supreme sacrifices to preserve the honor of the American fighting man. , Cornmanderegljichard L.,lVlADOUSE assumed ,command of TURNERJOY on 10.gflVlay 1973. His previous duty was as, Commanding f,Officer USS RUPERTUShlDD+851.l. Heserved previously vas Ex- ecutive Officer USS HORNE QDLG-30D and 'before that as Engineer Officer on the USS FOX QDLG-331. -'ln 1968-1969he served as Naval Advisor to theViet- namese NavalAcademy at NHA TRANG RVN. From January 1966, to January 1968, he headed the Com- IIil:13Rd.3Rd:,,CODIfOI Section of th'e.Fast Deployment f'Logistics Ship 'Project in Washington, D.fC. CDR MADOUSE's other ,duties have included XO, USS .IEUFIRENT IARS-22j, FIRST LIEUTENANT'0r1fUSS 'KAWISHIWI fAO3:146l and DCA, MPA, and ENGINEER OFFICER on USS HOPEWELL IDD- 6a1y., , I 1 Commander-flVlADOUSE is a 1957 graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy. He is also a-graduate of U.S. Naval Post Graduate School in lvlonterey,.Calif., ,where he received his B.S. degree in.Electrical Engineering in May, 1962. I , N - con RICHARD l.. MADOUSE, usN colvuvlA,NDlNe OFFICER, g uss TUHNERJOY As TURNER J,OY's ninth deployment becomes a matter of record, each of you can take a great deal ofpride in the knowledge that you served in this fine ship during a most significant period of Seventh Fleet operations in the Far East. lt was fitting indeed that TURNER JOY should fire the last round of naval gunfire in the Vietnam' conflict. lt has been a long and costly road since that day in -August of 1964 when DD-951 encountered a very hostile environment in the Gulf of ,Tonkin. The sustained contribution of this ship to the successful accomplishment of the Seventh Fleet's mission in Vietnam waters was vividly demonstrated in January, 1973, when TURNER JOY's guns delivered over 10,000 rounds of accurate fire in support of ground forces in South Vietnam and against enemy targets in North Vietnam. lt was a magnificent possible. J V , . . ,A ,, This book is your story. ln its pages you wil-I find recalled the serious 'moments' and the lighter' moments of six-and-one-half months of extended- operations. You'll find faces of many ogyour ship- mates, the prime. movers who wrote this story and who, as a team, make TURNER JOY the great ship she is. ln future years, I know this book will take on added meaning. I was pleased and proud to be a part of the con- clusion of a mostsuccessful deployment, and l am equally proud to serve with each of you. Good luck and smooth sailing in future years. month in the history of this ship, and you made it Commander PIDGEON, a 1958 graduate of the Naval Academy, served as Executive Officer of USS ADAMS QDDG-21 before assuming command of TURNER JOY. His extensive experience aboard destroyer type ships also includes tours as Weapons Officer, USS MAHAN QDLG-111, First Lieutenant, USS THOMASON QDD-7601, and ASW Officer, USS McCORMlCK'IDDG-81. LT. Commander HILL, a native of Darby, Penn- sylvania, received his commission from the Officer Candidate School in 1961. He has served on board a number of destroyer types, as DCA on USS BIGELOW QDD-9421, Engineering Officer on USS SUMNER IDD- 692I and USS KING QDLG-101. He served in Vietnam at NSA Da Nang in 1966 and 1967. LCDR HILL has been Executive Officer of TURNER JOY since January, 1972. xg it Q21 , 1 1 , ? 5. , 1' f 17" sc. V M L 7? .L . M 'Ax Q 1 I 5'5- tg '71, ' I' S I, -L. 5-Q A , W I ' ' """ . My ,V X , 1 K 91655 .AX +11 I i f I V, I gf I pf .1 5, 35-I ,A f 1 Ax K, 1 f -'a4,fs.Q.JQ J, f 0 ,ri Lv eff," o 'f "-' f 'L7i"" X, 1V,f'Q1 1 1' ::'fZf"! "u 'NJ Wg c..,.fw5QfI" ,CNW ,. , , K, f " E f f-1' q. i ,f .5 475- .27 w iii I' 'E ff 3? ' ' X if , J N! , c , ,, X. Q " df! A i vii fig? 8, J 6 M MJ ,N H,-st V 62 M X Qu ,, N asfy igzs ff . , X -sv 17 -:Ay-,.,. , ,, fx fgyrq ,- V, ,759 T f'5',,1:Ff' , v'E'3'V',:sSx?2fQ hli"'1' " .715-. Y-:rzggig -as 5 he ' iflfr-S 21551 I' CDR Robert H. PIDGEON, USN Commanding Officer 13 DEC 1971 - 25 APR 1973 LCDR William J. HILL, USN Commanding Officer 25 APR 1973 - 10 MAY 1973 mg.,- Q xy- , A 1 Q SA is . X: .. iff? si gk A sq, . . 'W rs if f it 6 fqli V141 A 2-6 CHANGE OF COMMAND On 10 May, 1973, CDR Richard L. MADOUSE assumed command of USS TURNER JOY in Subic Bay, Philippines, relieving LCDR William J. HILL. Of- fioiating at the ceremony was CAPT George GROVE, Commander, Destroyer Squadron 13. f UM.. wh ,, ' 1 ' ,, N ,NW 1 , ,, ,,,, V , I ,J f Q , M ww , U www. VM, x ,,,,,,,.M,f,w wj M may , 4 f W, , f W Z V We-f F , Wf7,3.,, ,A ' f Mfg W, ,, may f . "M, - V, f, I x X NH M , ,yy ff fm' ' f X f www ,,,' ,f ,f ,A Q, a nm , 5 Q we ' t S. ' L. , t ,L te 3 if l v - ' A qyfg ,5 :Xt , SQ 1 wh, . f' 'gf y t , Q-Q, e I , '17 C411 A ,. . YV il, W t .f-1 1, , .,, . 3?- ,. SS 1. git ..- ff' J gt- :til A' IT: in Q 1 Q4.-' n, 4+ it c ,St t Ji-listorianstmay debate the beginningand the -i enfdiof thetvietnamb War, asjvvell aslits causes and its signlificanceivfor decades etocome. One factfiis ,.c,ertain,3thougih:g the USS TURNERSJOY was there 'iqtplernenting the policy of'the"'United States from the firstto the last day ofA rnerican naval involvei rnent in the conflict." With: the USS lVIADDOXtshe' vgasf one,,of the twoUSg Navy ships involved ingthe Gulf Of Tehkm Incident in August, 1964, which drew the United States lfirrnlyinto the wah ,-1. . ' ' ' f , ' -ft . t ,-More thah eight years later, uss TURNER JOY fired the final lround of naval gunfire ofthe war, hitting the beach at 0000 GMT,"28 January' 1973, scant seconds before the Qease-Fire took reffeet.,eTunNEn .lov alee'fire,d theflast, pffeneive ,gunfiremission against North Vietnam andifreceiv- ,ed the Iastdhostile fire from theqbeachy S S its Durinfg the entire iwar, shew Smade height deptlqytznents to the Vietnam gu niine, seeing all kinds of' action ,off the coast of ,both North and ytSouth" Vietnam, including high-speed coastal Qassaults, naval gunfire support,,search and rescue, reconnaissance, and escort duty, , ' v ft 'Q ,, I ff Q "fi X, t lg. ' V 5 zu' - W, , iVlETNANl Q how wtnt l-llS,TORlANSi Loon AT tr? qs ,-., 1' .' ta I t ., 3 l,,'.l,,"V4 S f?'fJ.'lZ"a7"1'l V ,-1 :- 'Ei' 2 W I nzxf' N I I I I I II I I I I4 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I A 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I J I 41 'V , , , . i V A, f 1 d Driving' the shipis a tea'h1 effortfand always the keytoa safe and ,successful voyage isvigilance. The Officer of the Defck and his watchstanders keep a sharp"eye out onthe bridge, while the engineering watch in Main Control stands ready toanswer all speed bells promptly. Q The deck force preservesithe ship's topside from the destructive might of the waves and is prepared to handle lines or man the boatsvfor rescue if needed. g j ' I , X , N 'i Wx Q, , 1' 6' X X X X N N, N . A x N X N vw., fy , MLX. X ,M Mwtf, M .Xrm Nw Y-wiwgy 5 Q QW .A N mj'Wwf,:-X WA. .V x iff . JSM Wm, -4 RQ if'-. y ,.V. X Q '42, XX x N.. 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L -f f'ffMf':,,izzi',f:0f'L' MIDWAY , tg-jj W ?,,i0'2w.ff 4 J Gooney bird i Q1f1 ge ' .gggi . 1 gg + , f - ,i+ l 3 , ,g , ,ii A , A 4 'Bw " GUAIVI I 0 7 1- 7 if ff f Af -A-' Til- X 2 7 A , W ,WC Is this all the officers do? Merry Christmas! 2 The first taste of San Miguel 19 ., ., -X SUBIC BAY ,. 5 Subic Bay, Philippines, has become a major tion, awelcome break from the rigors ofthe gunline. Naval basein the Western Pacific, providing a haven The friendly natives of Olongapo City introduce from hostilities in Vietnam waters. Scores of ships many sailors to the exotic ways of the Orient. come to Subic for repairs, maintenance and recrea- ' 1 l --Mvw-- .,.,. ,Y -.Am--Y, gi 4, J Wi if YS F x X A I li Agfff. i 'S ,-.gf N. NCT ,, ,, Q4 'Q fnkx x Fw 526 X ? f 3i?fU1 ' QQ? gr rg f g- OLGNGAPO CNY gig K ,lvl ,gli E T 4 E, l ,r .i 1. F .74 il i .I i ,, I l 1, i f . l . 1 V, l l l l l T 1 i , 2 1 -l Yi .l I i i i l fl 4 'il Ly? l '1 vi l ,L . ii 1 f 5 l fl :I , .4 ,5 if . 'f ii 'l 5. rf if I il ll ll fl Ti Al l 1 v le 'I 1 ' li . i ' i 1, 1 - y 5, 0 ffl , -g, I ll T 'E .i N i il "l l l i . T Q All rl l il T ll Q l - . I OI El sl C ,. Y T- l GUNLINE 'X il'- 2.4 in TURNER JOY'S final trip to the Vietnam gunline was a fitting conclusion to eight years of service there. Assigned to OPERATION LINEBACKER, she made numerous high-speed attacks on military targets along the coast of North Vietnam, receiving hundreds of rounds of counterbattery in the water all around her. During the last weeks before the Cease-Fire,fTURNER JOY'S guns blazed night and day, pumping out some 10,000 rounds in only 4 weeks. The deadly accuracy of her guns was praised by friendly spotters on the beach and aircraft observers as well, who helped to give DD- 951 the reputation as Number One Gunship in the Pacific Fleet. 2 A, ' -fs' s - w vgguqyw.. .aw-,.s' ., X .. Q , ,,,.,l,, , . ,. . 41 Q ' ffmga VN'-M A ,f Q, f 1' , ' 'f ' X Q 5 A- xx - , , .,. stag.. " ' .. QPQQZJ1. f .':'l l ffwffff lvnwlf i G- 1' X HAPPINESS IS A WARM GUN.. T535-3 a 1 i P i 1 1 , 1 A A I , , I , , i s N 1 F 4 If I wfff f FUPWE UNDERWAY REPLENISHMENT 1 lf. e . 29-fr' M Af i gl ll Ui if ll lvl l. if l l li 1 li, A ship at sea for an extended period must be supplied while underway to carry out her mission. Dur- ing the cruise TURNER JOY went alongside oilers, am- munition ships, other destroyers, and even aircraft carriers to receive all kinds of necessary supplies. Beans, bullets, and black oil all pass over the rigg- ing from one ship to another as they surge through the seas in a spectacular feat of stamina and precision. As they break away, each ship hoists its Unrep flag and plays its own Unrep song to mark the end of another rendezvous on the high seas. ill .l L2' 4 l l A 'L IP "i l i l 'i I1 l' 'rl ll l l. l l l l ll 'W' A if x N. ..-". VL V TSX ' ,cfvhaf If . of I, 4 WNW 9 fy! . f an! W , X X ! ! :f4ff sf, t af ,-.M 1. Every round fired must be carried on board by hand. This can be a long and laborious process, since each powder can weighs about 50 pounds and a bullet weighs more than 70 pounds. TURNER JOY's crew learned to do the job fast and well, handling some 20,- 000 pieces of ammunition in January alone. ,,,-,,,m,,,xf?hth ff ,V , Q' in ff X f Cf- iif ,. .gg f yn, xQw X , M A fx , 1 1 1 A 1 1 tw L --Q R 'f '51 fi?-of IJ li, 1 jr ' as tv vii, 1:21-- KACHSIUNG, TAIWAN 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l, 1 1- 1 11 1f I farfsg X mf W5 Kaohsiung, Taiwan, was a welcome rest for all after a hectic month in the Combat Zone. The streets of the city were filled with flowers and the crimson banners that signal the arrival of the Chinese New Year, and we were just in time for the festivities. A side trip to the old city of Tainan revealed some of old China in the ancient temples and shrines there. 1 3lll2lZl2 film? off V 1 1 X, 1 1 11 1 1 1 1, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 I1 lf 1 1 1 1 1 1, 1 1 l was 1 fa-vaf"'ff'sll!!'-sa + ,,.w-- Q21 2-11,1 ,I 111' If 243,113 -' . I M' K .'f --N -N..- . .. H. --n -...-,., ,.,, :.11,, ,.....-.,,..,vf-, , oPEnATioN ENDSWEEP Scarcely had TURNER JOY'S guns stopped smoking when she was called on to ride shotgun for the Nlinesweeping operation that was to clear North Vietnam's waters in exchange for the release. of our Prisoners of War. For nearly a month in February and March she stood watch just outside of Haiphong Harbor, under the muzzles of the very guns that had so recently fired against her, to warn merchant vessels of the dangers of the minefields. Although this was a unique and important mission, the long quiet days on station allowed the crew to get out top- side again for some sun and relaxation. There had been no time for this the month before when the guns were blazing and shrapnel was strewn about the decks. x 2 f K J C 'Q ,K ,Q W ,f 1 , , ,,'.. syf WM f gif ,, av f 2 ff-. QGZZX' W, ,X I - ' hx--"-1, 1 , W "' MWWWW W8 A QV 'NK , V' W3 ' 'ff ,ph xy Q' N JN Vfz-WQAA 'Z in , . 'U . . x x , M 4 1. ,A V W'-Vf. ,i ff W -vf-xmzq 1 ,- , A ,li M 4 My 3 MW wifi.. I ffwvfd! Wfwvi-wry M X W? 94,5 Mm igif , gm x 'M 54:0 fm 6 as M f""Wfrvf Z'lflZQ?f'Q' m ag' mmvhrlaxm 'Wagga V Qa-f .0137 el X -in X i X 7 Af KKK X Q A V A well earned respite for all Q H .N J' I an' I X , ? i r 5 ff" Q REFUELING THE SHIP i 1 J , . K l ' A 6 - W . 5 , 2 1 j J , :V 7l 9 I T1 5 I 'Q 0 Q 1 i Vi V41 - I "Just a hair to the left." x ,, , if K xx ,,.., ..,A. ,,,..,, , - , F i E Q ' V ' X 5 Q R 32 -Qwm A Q REFUELING THE CRE W .wmmfw , f X v ,, 4 . X f , ff 9 Q ' BZ T0 SUPPLY Il 33 i SAS EBO YOKOSUKA TCDKYO KYOTO NAGASAKI 1 I l 1 1 i l ' 34 I ll f li l T' li i ll xl 7 ll V 'l li f Ll in iw l girl a aaa a l : II 1 ' 5 l i iii ,li l ll l , i ' M ii Z! 1 ,I :fe . iq rl .l i il , ll , gl ' ini f is l lxl Qi i - Ii 1 '23 Ai ' i i L ii, : 5- 3 ' V f P 2 3 T, 1' La E I E ' 3 f E 5 , . l , 5 . I l l The giant golden Buddha at Nara The world's largest wooden building, the great temple in Nara A. A , if -VH...-.,. ,, Madame BUWGVHY The wives arrive Kyoto's famed Heian Shrine el as. Shopping for WestPac goodies VERTICAL FIEPLENISHIVIENT V 1-ig , .14v"""S off' AQIQW mNfsmNE DME I I 1,---Q 36 C -I I I I I 3: 4 I .W,v.- ?.w...,,x I 7 ,win in --- .,.V,...,,.avw 44 X , 3 W 2 L ? . ,, -up iiifvf? ' XS- wv.. ,W W V I . X N W My QSQNXQ m X g X as X ww- N ..X. 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'Q QS ,N e kwa b W' fgtf Avi C w w 4 A . - f lex-' ' f.g:NfW.SkiMwW7 'M,!49w5m.mz SHIP'S CCJIVIPANY ff , 5 x fog, M if P ULLS TCGETHER Y o ! i 3.- I l ll 3 rot! , LSP9. fggmsjiiixk ::::::: I E OFFICERS X X X X ,gL.mNW M S X X Z f f V, my V ff me X , ' n M T L if f E , LCDR HILL, xo LCDR AUSTIN LT HOLLAND LT O'BRYON Weapons Engineering Supply :L W W, W W ,C I 1 z ia, 'N i i 3 1 LT "DOC" HARA, Medical Officer 1 1 3 44 LT CHAPMAN, Operations MXL? W ENS BLANTON ENS BRENNAN LTJG DONGES CWO2 FREE f 7-1, H L The Cheng Wardroom rip-out party The Naviguesser W f 7' ,g . ff. ,z ENS HALL LTJG MCNALLEN LTJG PENNEFR ENS PHELAN ff f Q' may True Blue for Canoe U. R-af f f X ,f ' A. ,- 1 4 1-1 " . f 4 ,f - - , Q LTJG Johnson, the money man The Khaki Kharnival YV? ENS POLAND HAL SETTLE Q 193 - ' N , f -o tw W 2559 ' " X .A W ' XX X X 4 . ,.., 4 . . S, 'Yi as ,X f ., X 1 "Now, John Wayne would do it this way Weps N. Bonaparte Free assumes the watch. , Y i ,av E gum L Q--1 awe F1 FI nl x WEAPONS DEPARTMENT As an all-purpose destroyer, TURNER JOY'S sophisticated weapons systems are designed to meet threats from surface vessels submarines, and aircraft. Her primary armament consists of three 5"!54 Cal MOD 10 guns the newest in the fleet and a twin 3"!50 Cal mount all maintained by SECOND DIVISION. These guns are pointed by two Independent fire control radar and computer systems the MK 56 and the MK 68, both mann- ed by FC DIVISION. FOX DIVISION handles the Sonar equipment hedgehogs and MK 46 torpedoes for anti- submarine warfare All topslde spaces, life-rafts, the two ship s boats the anchor and tow lines are the responsibili- ty of FIRST DIVISION fy! 6 ' A . , ww. C 0 f I I l 9 l I X V 904010 X X , . I, Q .4 My .L ,L ,,....a" 1, y, 4, -Hg 2 Q", .. , X X FIFIST DIVISION BEBTSCH BMC MASTERS BMC BELL SB BENNETT BM3 DUKE BM3 FIEFIBO SA FFIICK SA GAUVIN SA GILLESPIE SA GIPSON, C. SFI GOLLIVEB SA HULL BMI HARRIS, L. SN HOPKINS BIVI3 HUDSON SA JACKSON SA JEROME SA LOCKROW SN MADER BM2 MARTIN, J. SA OCISS! M ff ,W mf ff BOATSWAIN'S IVIATES MENDIOLA SN MILLER, D. BNI3 NORTON SN PEDERSEN SN PERODEAU SN REDDING SA REED SN SAMOYLOFF FTGSN Z 5 THOMPSON, R. SA THOMS SA VEST SA WEDEL SN . ,N .4 "' ' X 5 f 51 vm 1 L SECOND D VISIGN QV ff' BLANEY GMGM PERRY GIVIGC ALLEN GMG1 BABER GIVIG3 BRYANT GMG2 BUTKA GMG1 THOMAS GMG3 BYERS SN DUNN GMG3 DURA GMG3 KAGAMASTER GMG3 PARAMO GIVIGSN PARKS GIVIGSN SHANNON GMG2 TAYLOR GIVIG1 I .zz I ' I ' I I II , fy I f ,I , II 2' If I FI , III 1 I ii f' L- I! V gi Ig . .EE f. s I fi ' 'li f I I I , I I I I , . I Q. 1 f sg I, . Ill . I I , I I I I . I I I I I I i I I I X I -a I 1 I -'g I I I I V E ,I I , . I E ' 1 ' i , 1I I I . 1 ' I , I I I . , I I ' I , I I I 1 I , I .1 4 I 1 , .I I. ,Il eg! .I IN, in HW f f M X Xi . I' I I , .01 -NNN ' ,x Nt xc K 51 N' x y X, ,1-N 1 I-1 I wx., xi' A X I . ,N Nz. . . 5 ig? X N X X X ss, ,. K' X, f N Y, N 'X N X W X X x N Cf x X i P WY, vc ' . . 0" , . ,,., T '75-,X N 4' ,,. f Z6-mum-'Aff ' 4 N 2 XXX K Q T T T x ' 5 3 Q x x 1 T La .., 7 ff f .4 :gag wi f All. , V A ig Q J ,N ,,,, , , I Awww? 4 7 .' 'fi W I pf L. ygg, , 1 tj 5 as S , fl sf We 5 , , if Hal SETTLE, FLIR TECREP A sai or's daydreams I z F f 6 hi , EQ ,, 4- 2. 5 5 S? H T The infra-red eye of the FLIR , T T The Big Trigger 55 DOUGHERTY STG2 GRINDSTAFF ST1 HAMMERICH STG2 LANE TM2 LEIDIG STG2 PRICE STG3 STEINER STGSN WOOD STG3 IF ws FOX , IT'S. . . POHL STC DETLEFSEN STG2 CHANCE STG3 -- Y Y.- .Jenn V nk , MATE SN ZIEGLER ST1 --,g.......,,,,4...L.,..,u ,- nn., I . A f Q -, x ,. 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X fav ' ' A hard day's work at the office 'Nav ,II 4 f 'W-5' I If , f,, A 5 I, X' 9' 4002 "4 if I, aww f I f Aff 1 Ie ' If 24 HIV JW AWN X W0 I . fm? 1 ,, f WWW W J, W 0 W CC PECK SMC BOFIJA SM1 4 y f W ff X f X Y 1 IVA ,WW 5 ml f W 4 f f ff f I f W f X 7 y W W I X J .l , V, , , c,,, X5 40 J ,Q V W 1, ' IWW f ,Ml If f a iw , I I, QU VZ fVf :'i, i , W ,X Q H 1 ff, II 5 'i X 3 X 'Q il S I 58 7 TIONS CCEIINQMUNICAI FLASHING LIGHT : RADEYPE 'FUIDOSTAL SERVICE SI N TEL ' ' ' HALLBERG SN HEIVISWORTH HMSN TRUJILLO SM3 ff! ff 5 43.1 'nu' ' WS N x Q III, Qs, Q A , ,W I K, Jtqvrx'-'v','vi-T-A's,,7.-'f1+""f -4--V '-?'T7Tv-YT-wf- ha v?,vT.- 5. M A ijm.MA,l,. 'S-'X 'N QI rrwwfas I ' Z ,. .IYY - ,. 'ff' ...M ff! 11553 ,'-'Z-536925 QIUPPUQD 7 V z Q mfg XX I V, M31 AN ??f MSM-EA l. A WW, 1 I4-:Wg 1414 'f cffffg' '7 r 5 99,15 'J TWIDG ETS Tvvl-EAK IF FIOSALEZ ETC ANDERSON J. ET1 ANDERSON S. ETFI3 COPENHAVEFI ETNSN OE DIVISION HAFITMAN EW3 KAFIIVIANN EW3 IVIUCKLEFIOY ETFI3 I I I I I if 'nn E1 I I I I I I I I I I I I Efud TMRICKY GEAR f , . , X , 1 Electronic Warfare Specialists M, 6 Troubleshooting 4 gg,. V f K Repairing delicate equipment 0962477041 5PEcl4z.f.s'rs' ffk' WA C V ' 3 Cx 1 CI DIVISICN - 1 M Qf-'5f,,w QM, BENOIT OS3 BIESIADA OS3 BOTA OSSA CAMPBELL OS3 CHAMPEAU OS2 CHESTER OS2 CHURCH OSSA CONVERSE OSSA DODGE OS3 DUNHAM OS2 GFIUNDIVIAN OSSN MORRIS SA STEANE OSSN WELCH OS3 CX DIVISICJN BERESFOFID SA DAHLE QMS .ff1QXNX. MQ, Rib' Af E KP, 124442 A efwuffenfp 4011296 aw ' SVP' M KEEP F2014 eumvfua- I and me 64427. . . WW W 3 N i f K in U 6119546 GINSBERG QIVI3 LOWFKY QM3 PATTERSON QM3 , ii if ff ff' ff ff 'Wim' 'W " fi ' 1 fe, f C, f f X, 2065 fi-TASK f ,Zj?QQy X ' M AVVUQ . Alf WW M 6 f 1 , X f ,4QW MW ' 1 Z5?f ' A-X 7 . ,. Z if f X , 7 , X A , yin' f L.m, y X ,,.15h.f,,.,7,3? ,, 43 ,,..,x,,3gt. ,M,.r1i ,ga - ,, sys... -' f. --W7-, -is.. Y, . wig- I-.41 ' A .1 I ""..' .f - ,-rg .. ..g,5, f '-, X V . LL. x ' 1'1" "gap, ., 4, 44, ,L A "f, .'-j 41'-3-5 H,,,'3.l"v-Riggs.: - A:.:uf ,wry1-ray.-fjiq?Yf',i"'K..I ..,. , .... ................. ...W- .,,. ....,,.,,. . ,..., ,,.,. . ,. -,, ,,,,,,,,,, U ,QVIA MN L-Mj -Alh - A -4,44 -MmM-AMW-W---WW. 1- V N 4 I -- -- ' A-' ..-,ur ...f-'fy-'.f-A-' l 1 1 I CD 1 ww 4174932 I AIUTO IVHVIFN BACON IVIIVI1 BENKLER FA DEIST IVlIVl2 FOSS IVlIVl3 FRIDAY FA GRIFFITHS FA GUIDRY FN IVI DIVISION TURNER JOY'S main propulsion plant is an awesome arrangement of pipes, boilers, and gears which generates the tremendous power required to drive the ship at speeds in excess of 30 knots. Her four 1200-pound boilers are tended by B DIVISION, while M DIVISION controls the power through gears and delivers it to the twin screws. FI DIVISION is in charge of all electrical circuits, internal communications, damage control and repair operations. The work of the Engineers goes on in peace as well as in warg the ship depends on themfor her every move. HOLLIDAY IVlIVl3 JOHNSON FA LEONARD IVlIVl3 LIAN IVIIVIFA IVIANROSS MIVIS MARTIN IVIM3 IVIORROW IVHVI3 NELIVIS IVIIVIFN 5 .f"""'ff PARKER MM2 PEETZ FN SHORT FA SQUYRES MMFN THOMPSON MM2 VILLENEUVE MMFN WARNER FA F' V RY EW 1 ,m4 l"'fff 0 rl i I N I i Q! E I 7 DEC 72 FM COMMANDER TASK UNIT 15.8.7 Q TO Uss TURNER JOY Q BT ' E E SPRING BEARING REPAIRS 9 ff!! l. A HWELL DONEH TO YOUR ENGINEERS FOR REPLACING YOUR 5 STBD SPRING BEARING WELL AHEAD OF SCHEDULE IN ADVERSE M WORKING CONDITIONS CAUSED BY HIGH SEA, IT IS DEDICATED AND DEVOTED PERSONNEL SUCH AS YOUR ENGINEERS THAT MAKE ME PROUD TO BELONG TO OUR GREAT NAVY. COMMODORE SENDS. BT 5 Z , 5 P X 1 5 E l 5 I I b W 69 I frI I Il I I I. , I! -v I I m I , I F L If 4 ti I. . IE 2 , I 1,-, I I if E I' Il- ,m I I I ,L I 7 L Q2 A , ' I' I5 , . 3 J. .5-1 ., g I I , I 4- 1 , . II! I: ., .X I I f I , - 1 I ' Q .-I . b 15 J. 4 , ,l,.': , I .1- W, 25 I 6 I I - I . I V I ,Q IX : I I- I I n I. Ii! ,QI DIVISION BAFIBOSA BT3 BEFIUBE BTFN FIEHTNEFI BT3 FELIX BT3 SHANE BTFN SMITH BT3 SOUTHERN BTFN vw -N......-...- W, as NM ww N i Jyk! 4' lax 'N WRX ,WS S sy Q' 1 X: xxxx W M J 'fimf 'T'-' x sn?" , 5 Q 1 i 1 ff - ,f . f 3' -ed DIVISION GAGNEFI EMC COLEY EM1 COLLINS IC1 CRAWFORD EM2 DUDEK EIVIFN HALE ENFN HEWETT ENFA W ' ' AM- Y ,Q-. ,.... 5 4 in I JONES IC3 KAVANAGH FA MAYER IC3 MCDERMOTT EMFN MYERS lC2 SOLDA FN SYLVESTER HTFR WHEELER EMFA WILLIAMS HTFA 73 SUPPLY DIVISIDN IGNACIO SKC W4 ABRENICA SDSN ANDERSON SK3 AREVALO SDSN BROWNING CS1 W, DEM BESKI SK3 DIN SN DOIVIINGO SK2 GIPSON, D. SK3 , ff i "1-A X 5 Service to the ship, as well as material manage- ment, is the job of SUPPLY Department. The Supply Office prepares the paperwork for food, repair parts, and maintenance supplies. The galley, laundry, barbershop, and ship's store personnel cater to the needs of the crew, while the stewards take care of the Wardroom. The Disbursing Office is everybody's friend on payday. GREENE SK1 IVICCLAIN SHSN MILLER, SA ORTIZ SN 4 z 1 .. --.W 7-,- W- - 1 S i 3 I 'E .w 1 35 sl .1 ii ig 1 2 iii 1 A Ee PAULE, B. sos a ? PETERSEN CS3 , : m Q + POHTERIA SDSN SINGLETON SH2 l A 5 , . I 4 K i i SORIANO csz sTANvvooD css 1 QI ! af if 3 5 '5 ii fe W 9 3 3 5:1 N 1, W V fi 3 E 76 ff f 4. Z f , 3, ' f? MQIW5 A 1 , ' ' , f f ,,,,f,, 1 , H 'ff W , -- ff My W , .,f,7, ,-f,.':,'f 1, Q H , ,z ,ge , Af X mfg TZ W ' , f , W , ,I 41 3 f. W f -ff f f , A f , ,, , M f 5 Q W Z 1 'nw f . f , f, f.,.-ff " f N f 7 ,V 3' g 5 4-A 1 W-,M-0,,,,.,,..,f-.an , Q V , "' - Zi , A '47 A .-n,-r ,nail Si ' . za ' , M 4 1 77 , X , ,, f 'W ... 1 ,, fM.,,,MMn -Aff? Q40 M-,,,,...wmwu.4 M-MsN"'--.UAW rm' '19, f 1 M A Q-.U ff? . ,-, ,1 ,,...-dw-4" 'W fi . i if '-X X ff f , m ' if f M-h-0,-... , ,.A. .,,., f J Lfw' bm + A,1' 1 " Y f x -,. muff" X , S W N X .. X ' Y , Q w TOLENTINO DK2 VEGA SD2 'aa 731,-Q-. '. Y 1' ,-f-f-ff-...dcnvsh ww' :- Pfwiii- X SERVICE TO THE SHIP f' X 5. ,JCI 5 ,QR 3 P F a Ali' ,ii 1 vii! 5 Iwi : ,f 'fi i f in I WESTPAC Goodies arrive just in time. ..-J" W 1 ? J Z of if 78 in .V KX.-,Q--.... w ' 13-3 .Qx v.,lQidvi-- N 3 + X 53,2 ,fs X X . is ., CN. J w X ,. X sw N S X4 X X x x K X Q xx 'G XX"-WWA Qx W 'V MgS"5fN'f Y A M .i ,Z f Q Q SW -.Q ' f X . S :4 NW X M Q, Q., xiz fr wsws 'S f ww AQ-W xwfw ff Wwwwf ' KK x x ,X ,, Q. f, Q 2, XX Q N V , X N- ' X jf Qs PT-- KASQ F S' 'S V Q sh S5 X x Fi. ,. V+ :fi f, i sz iii I ?f 1, is we 1 ,K , 1 9 f 1 1 . w l ! i i l i 1 2 5 l ! S 3 Q 1 xx Z ufstaf ... 'i H ' gs-1 Picnicking on the fantail Sleeping in strange places , , E ' I 4 . X. , A fs, Eating gee-dunk 1 Reading literary classics ' X 1 ss s , 1 ,ff 1 Watching popcorn Westerns X fs . X yt X X91 N ' VXA- iYvx. Q' Q S- t X ,s 'NW-X N S mm - ff ,oh , fx! 2 ,V A f ' 'J ' ff 7 of, A W! PASSING THE TIME AT SEA T V ll il . Ai Eatin' chit'lins T b--.X f' 'X I sr Q Y X7 T' rr' Vx ,,.,..wf H' ,Z ,V g f f ,, ff 4400 QWWWQH K fmiff ,1 Frizzing Afros Taking a nooner Studying colle-Q9 Psychology courses with Dr. KAIVIALI 1111. 1 I it-3' 81 PASSING THE TIME ASHORE NCQ? E10 1 kx M X X F 1 , f, E1'F?11L" f' ..,f-.,. .. ' ,,,, l' lf. re I I Friends aboard, Friends ashore Too much 7-UP ' X. -Ak ff wwf CHIEFS' FCLLIES i i i 2 i 5: The Champ Order in the court! 527 U 53135115 ' Zilyf I 239,i1QQ2pi7 r by 3 14 " 1 ,Z I I W! f !,y JQ f X if '- WNW , My ll Q Delicious! N i Swearing in the witnesses K X ,fb v e Y' ' fry Sxfmjfiwfgs A w- f f ' 1 X f f X , . pkfav, -' - 255 , Q M ' 451 x fifz - . , ZX wif ,U In aff .V 1 I 'ff f ,pf if f'-if QW ' f ..f, if f X X UQ XX K ii! 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R W- 1 4 Shipping over 86 Giving up smoking Distributing medicinal alcohol i +-gi Ti '.- 'f' lm H AM., X.4.....dx.L..L.4...,,...,1......... x... ,Www HOIVIEWABD BOUND tv Q 13 JUN 73 FM COMMANDER SEVENTH FLEET TO USS TURNER JOY BT SAYONARA l. ONCE AGAIN TURNER JOY SAILS EASTWARD TOWARD HOME AFTER COMPLETING A LONG AND DEMANDING DEPLOYMENT TO SEVENTHFLEET. YOUR PERFORMANCE BOTH IN COMBAT OPERATIONS AND IN POST CEASEFIRE ACTIVITIES HAS BEEN EXEMPLARY. THE NAME TURNER JOY IS CLOSELY ASSOCIATED WITH THE VIET NAM CONFLICT AND IT IS FITTING THAT YOU FIRED THE FINAL ROUND OF NAVAL GUNFIRE JUST BEFORE THE CEASEFIRE. YOUR CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE CAUSE OF FREEDOM AND THE ACCOM- PLISHMENT OF SEVENTHFLEET'S MISSION HAVE BEEN SIGNIFICANT WELL DONE. 2, I WISH YOU A SPEEDY AND JOYOUS REUNION WITH LOVED ONES. VADM J, L. HOLLOWAY III, USN BT nxxv-Q-' 3-v .uv .x-w' HCIVIE AT LAST! ' Ml ..-in The old Mole looked so good! All hands in whites for entering port. There they were, banners waving . . . """"' -" -" - -w-"""? 7 W 1 W 5,9 N r 1 W , N W Y XY M V, ' my A s gig! , ' , AW,,,,M....X.fM-w- ,X X, I X Xi, yi X5 ex N W rm. Q-- ' f ,. ef1Q"X"Nh's- X r A of X .X fi Lg 5 XX. ir in S is g,,f'L""""""",Q -I . . 4 I V Www A .,, 1, f Q w 1. -'ivy-1, - wwe-i f NX Q1 fl.: Q.F'j,::-:H :WIS . ' 5 Njfgax- S Q f . , l3'3ggS 'ii fi ayf ,ww fx nw L S I Q 'XKE U X 25' wr ww 1 . A Gangway for the girls!! 4? WELCOME ' I TURNERJQYQ ,L 1' Home IS the sailor, home from the sea. 20 JUNE 1973 FROM: COMMANDER CRUISER DESTROYER FORCE PACIFIC TO: USS TURNER JOY BT WELCOME HOME. 1. AS YOU RETURN TO LONG BEACH FOLLOWING A SIX AND ONE HALF MONTH DEPLOYMENT TO SOUTHEAST ASIA, YOU MAY REFLECT WITH PRIDE ON THE I PART YOU PLAYED IN SUPPORT OF SEVENTHFLT MISSIONS. NOT ONLY DID YOUR NAVAL GUNFIRE MISSIONS AND INTERDICTION EFFORTS SUBSTANTIALLY HASTEN THE END OF HOSTILITIES, BUT YOU ALSO BEAR THE DISTINCTION OF CONDUCTING THE FINAL RAID, FIRING THE FINAL ROUND, AND RECEIVING THE FINAL HOSTILE ACTION FROM THE ENEMY. YOUR PARTICIPATION IN OPERATION ENDSWEEP ALSO DISPLAYED THE SUPERB PROFESSIONALISM WHICH HAS BECOME THE HALLMARK OF SHIPS OF THE FORCE. WELCOME HOME TO A WELL-EARNED REUNION WITH FAMILIES AND FRIENDS. WELL DONE. REAR ADMIRAL WOODS. BT dvi B9 CRUISE STATISTICS TOTAL DAYS OF CRUISE 197 DAYS AT SEA 140 DAYS IN PORT 57 DISTANCE STEAMED 53,373 NAUT. MILES SHIPS ALONGSIDE 58 AMMUNITION RECEIVED 355 TONS FUEL CONSUMED 2,484,830 GALLONS COST OF FUEL 3296,966.00 WATER DISTILLED 2,364,000 GALLONS TOTAL MONEY PAID TO CREW 3597,372.00 LARGEST PAY DAY Q30 MAY 19731 364,925.00 LARGEST AMOUNT OF MONEY ORDERS SOLD 319,304.32 IN ONE PAY DAY Q15 FEB 1973I TOTAL MAIL RECEIVED 7,548 LBS. LARGEST "MAIL CALL" '980 LBS. MOVIES SHOWN 350 RADIO MESSAGES SENT 1,293 RADIO MESSAGES RECEIVED 6,352 STEAKS SERVED 7,800 ROUNDS FIRED 5'f!54 9,894 ROUNDS FIRED 3"!50 187 ESTIMATED COUNTERBATTERY 500 ROUNDS fffv Evan: . 1 W :mf W may 121' H...f'fQfZ'f fx EE 0 'zlif I Q, C X I f X XJ L. w MINE PAHL i 7? '33 05 QI O 'X 0 N IISLV' QQ Im? I ,I ap, 0 dl!l.27E2l445'E52 . f . hfh'Af 'S' am sem filff 546702 2? ,1 -Q 04116 WHO'S WHO ON THE T.J. OFFICERS HILL WILLIAM J. LCDR AUSTIN MICHAEL G. LCDR BRENNAN, MICHAEL F. ENS CHAPMAN, JAMES T. LT DONGES WILLIAM H. LTJG FREE RODGERJ. CWO2 GROSSCUP, RICK K. LTJG HALL CHARLES J. ENS HARA JIMMY H. LT HOLLAND, DARYL T. LT JENSON DENNIS M. ENS JOHNSON, WILLIAM A. LTJG KLINE EDWARD M. LT MCNALLEN, JOHN M. LTJG O BRYON TOM W. LT PENNER STEPHEN E. LTJG PHELAN MICHAEL J. ENS POLAND NORWOOD C. ENS AP,- N N .X go A w I L5 3564 x,,K' I 3 I I" LWILE SAN DIEGO, CA., COMMANDING OFF CER DARBY, PA. EXECUTIVE OFF CER GARDEN GROVE, CA. WEAPONS OFF CER TUXEDO, N.Y. 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