Wallace L Lind (DD 703) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1957

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THE OFFICERS OPERATIONS OFFICER Lt. R. M. Hollandsworth With plenty of sea duty as a background he 'kept th e LIND sailing smoothly through its many exercises in the Med. C.I.C. OFFICER LTfjgJ J. R. Bruner Big Jim and sea boots could be found in Combat any time of day or night with his pipe and a cup of coffee. DAMAGE CONTROLASST. ENS H. B. Caton Mr. Caton from the deserts of New Mexico was a guy who enjoyed fresh air more than the dark hot fire- rooms. MAIN PROPULSION ASST, ENS E, A, McMerty Villanova was his alma mater. "Easy Ed" kept the ship moving smoothly along with some minor help from the Snipes. EXECUTIVE OFFICER LCDR L. E. McConnell The XO, who worked his way up through the ranks, was the LIND's own flyboy. He was the naval aviator in our midst and served with patrol squadrons during the War. He reported to the ship in early summer of 1957. ENGINEERING OFFICER Lrqjgp R. H. Barbe Mr. Barbe and his handy repair kit kept the ship steaming many miles to the bewilderment of the crew. SUPPLY OFFICER LTfjgJ S. E. Penegar Sam, the Supply Man, could be found in his favorite place day or night. You guessed it, his Rack! FIRST LIEUTENANT ENS J. J. McDermott Mr. Mac to all hands. He with the Bosun Mates en- sured the decks and sides were clean and shipshape. Mr. Mac came to the Navy from Holy Cross A. S. W. OFFICER ENS W. M. Crowe Mr. Crowe Hom the Canoe Club joined the ship in the Med. GUNNERY OFFICER LTfjgJ C. T. Edson The Gun-Boss known to a hands as "One Shot Edson" had plenty of ammo to off load upon our return to CONUS. COMM OFFICER ENS R. E. Cruse Mr. Cruse of handlebar mustache fame carried in his cap the LlND's file of incoming messages. SECOND DIV. OFFICER ENS R. A. Kremin Mr. Kremin, "Charles Atlas" of the LIND, kept the men of 2nd Div. hot on the job. ASST, COMM OFFICER ENS R. N. Kleefield A graduate of Columbia, Kleefield also joined in the Med.

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U. S. S. WALLACE L. LIND lDD-703i Care of Fleet Post Omce New York, New York Families and Friends of the USS Wallace L. Lind h the Sixth We have completed another trip in the Mediterranean Sea wit Fleet. This trip has been very successful in that, not only have we received . . . b t l able training with one of the United States first line of defense teams, u va u also because we have associated with the people of other foreign countries. Our nation is a world leader. Everything that affects us is reflected throughout the world. Because of our position in the world, these visits to strange and distant ports give us opportunities to learn about the people of the world who look to us for leadership. By our brief contacts with these different people we can understand more clearly what their reactions are to the deeds of the United States. This broader understanding helps us as citizens to influence the decisions which the United States makes with respect to foreign countries. The way the personnel of the United States Navy behave for misbehavej in foreign ports influences the people of those ports in forming opinions about the United States. These opinions mixed with many other factors becomes the na- tional policy of that country towards the United States. We, of thc Lind, feel that we have left favorable impressions in the ports we have visited and we are proud of our record. We also feel that we have received training which, if the "chips" are down, will offer protection to you and our country against any attempts to destroy our manner of living. This book shows you the progress of the Lind during the Med Cruise of 1957, where your son, your husband or close friend has been involved in opera- ting, maintaining, cursing and loving that most versatile and proud ship of the U. S. Navy -- the destroyer. Sincerely, Frederick J. Ruder Commander, U. S. Navy Commanding Officer



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