Dixie (AD 14) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1962

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! x 1 1 nf' X 1 I X Q ' 1 .1 I 5 I T 1 l 3 4 Y 1 T P 5 i 1 1 N . I s I 5 l 1 4 A 4 9 l, Q ii' 17 1 T 4 A 5 1 u ,J li x 1, 3 i lr ,H N 1 if 'Q I W X I X 1. E, . , ' 'J ,. .V -Y - u, .EE f - lm -'iff -Q- r DIXI5 AD I4 vf USS DEXIECAE I45 f r V J 4 . ,. DEDICATION We, the men Who made this cruise to the Western Pacific, dedicate this book to the loved ones We left behind. We hope that they can, .by reading this record of our oruise, share a small part of this ex- perience With us. - .JY ggrs--1:--gL.::.'-32,1p,..,.-.f.1gxg,':.g,:.3gs,' '.:.1a'.1 r.z.f-I 1:- - - -0- .-:Aff Q.,-+'q.s.-4...,.:.,. ... - .,.1-,-,, -. .L I HISTORY, USS DIXIE The USS DIXIE CAD-145, who gives her name to the Navy's largest class of destroyer tenders, was built at the New York Sh1pbu1ld1ng Company, New Jersey, and was launched 27 May 1939 The first sh1p to be designed from the keel up for the purpose of repairing and serv1c1ng modern fleet destroyers, the DIXIE was formerly placed 1n comm1ss1on on April 25th 1940, at the Philadelphia N-HV211 Shipyard Her twenty-two years of commissioned SCIVICC IS the longest span of continuous service of any sh1p 1n the Pacific Fleet The DIXIE's entire career has been devoted to serving destroyers of the Pacific Fleet Although San Diego has always been her home port her first five years were spent for the most part in close support of destroyers 1n World War II combat The DIXIE operated in such places as New Caledonia the Herbrides the Sourthern Solomons and the Northern Solomons where she provided the needs of such renowned outfits as Admiral Arle1gh Burkes L1ttle Beavers QDestroyer Squadron 235 in their operations up The Slot She also provided support at the Netherlands East Indies the Western Carolinas and eventually the Philippines The DIXIE arrived 1n Seattle in December 1945 after almost four straight years of overseas duty DIXIE returned aga1n to San Diego and remained there SCI'V1C111g destroyers until March 1947 when she left for Tsingtao China Having been relieved by the PRAIRIE the DIXIE started home in September 1947 and arrived in San Diego 1n October She remained in San Diego and Long Beach repa1r1ng sh1ps until February 1949 when she returned to Tsingtao China The DIXIE left Tsmgtao in May 1949 just before lt fell to the Communist armies and sa1led to Buckner Bay Okinawa The DIXIE departed from Buckner Bay 1n June 1949 for Yokosuka Japan and departed 1n June for Sub1c Bay Philippines to act as headquarters for the American Consul and Charge de Affa1fS on the forced evacuation by the com mun1sts of all Americans in Canton Ch1na In 1946 she turned westward again to assist in "Operations Crossroads " at the Bikini Atoll. The The DIXIE Was relieved by the PRAIRIE in September 1949 and sailed for San Diego Where she continued repairing destroyers until overhaul at Mare Island Naval Shipyard. After overhaul, the DIXIE returned to San Diego Where she became nagship for Rear Admiral DuBose, Commander Cruiser- Destroyer Force, Pacinc Fleet. ' The DIXIE left San Diego 9 July 1950 for Japan to assist in the Korean Campaign The DIXIE left Japan and with the MISSOURI, MANCHESTER and seventeen destroyers, she participated in the bombarding of the East Coast of Korea. The DIXIE departed for the U. S. in February 1951 to resume duties as Flagship for Rear Admiral DuBose in San Diego. The DIXIE again left San Diego on 9 November 1954 for another tour of duty in the Western Pacinc, returning in 1955. Since 1955 the DIXIE has made three tours to the Western Pacinc Zone. In 1957 the DIXIE served as nagship for Rear. Admiral Rivero, Commander Destroyer Flotilla One. In 1958- she returned to San Diego and serviced as nagship for Rear Admiral Smedburg, Commander Cruiser-Destroyer Forces Pacinc. In January 1959, the DIXIE ,again returned to WestPac. She served as nagship for Destroyer Flotilla ONE, Rear Admiral Weathervvax, Commanding. She visited such ports as Hong Kong, Beppu and Sasebo. She returned to San Diego in August of 1959. While in San Diego, she served as flagship for Rear Admiral U.AS. G. Sharp, Commander, Cruiser-Destroyer Forces Pacinc. The DIXIE rotated again to WestPac in 1961 serving as flagship for Rear Admiral Leverton, ,Com- Imander, Destroyer Flotilla ONE and Rear Admiral Waters. After returning to the West Coast, the DIXIE Was given a FRAM overhaul at Mare Island Naval Shipyard, and in July 1961 returned to San Diego to become nagship for Rear Admiral Verden, Commander, Cruiser-Destroyer Forces Pacinc. The DIXIE rotated again to WestPac for the present cruise in February 1962 and became nagship for Rear Admiral Van Arsdall, Commander, Destroyer Flotilla ONE. 1 CAPTAIN BRYAN H. SMITH Commanding Officer Captain Smith graduated from the University of California NROTC and Was commissioned as Ensign in 1936. During WW II he commanded minesvveepers and minesvveeper divisions in the Pacific. Since then he has commanded the Destroyer VOGEL-GESANG and Destroyer Division ONE FORTY-TWO, both in the Atlantic Fleet. He has twice served in the office of the Chief of Naval Operations and commanded the Mine Warfare Evaluation Detachment at Key West, Florida. He has served as Chief of Staff and Aide to Commander, Carrier Division EIGHTEEN, and as Chief of ,Staff and Aide to Com- mander, Mine Force, U. S. Atlantic Fleet. During his tenure of command DIXIE has been flagship for Commander, Cruisers and Destroyers, Pacific and currently for Commander, Destroyer Flotilla One. UP011 ClG'C2lCl1mC11'f Captain Smith will report to COMELEVEN for separation processing incident to retirement from a long and colorful naval career Captain Smith Was awarded the Bronze Star Medal With Combat "V" and a gold Star in lieu of a se ond Bronze Star Medal fOr m111eSWGSD1ng operations 1n the Pacific. He also Wears the Naval Reserve Medal WW ll V1Cf0TY Medal NHVY occupation Medal and the National Defense Service Medal. u . . ' o a , A ' 0 0 1 L ' . 7 ! 4 4 I I I 1 ,I CAPTAIN NEIL H. FISHER Commanding Ofhcer Captain Fisher Was born in Balfour, North Dakota on 28 January 1917. He graduated from Fargo High School, Fargo, North Dakota and attended North Dakota State College prior to graduation from the U. S. Naval Academy-Class of 1940. He has attended post graduate school at the U. S. Naval Academy and at John Hopkins University, Baltimore Maryland. Captain Fisher has served in the cruisers CINCINATTI and BALTIMORE, the Guided Missile Ship NORTON SOUND, and the destroyers BRUSH and LOFBERG. He has also served as Gunnery Train- ing Officer on the staff of Commander, Training Command, Pacific and as Commander Destroyer Divi- sion SEVENTY TWO. He Was Program Director for Terrier and Tarter Guided Missiles' in the Bureau of Ordinance. Captain Fisher reported to DIXIE from the Office of Naval Operations Where he was Head of Surface Programs Branch, Undersea Warfare Development Division. Some of the campaign and service medals Worn by Captain Fisher are the American Defense Medal, Asiatic-Pacific Theatre Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Korean Service Medal and the Philip- pine Liberation Medal. I . N .. ., .,,,..,-.. .,1....,-f,--A-...Q -,.- :..f ga--2 f- Vg Usa"-Af' IQ: . ,, -r ,. . ., Q ":"-""NP- -""-""5f-'fa f. ':--P-1 , -A nz- "i...": ?."'...i'-.f.L.Lb'-11 -.qgrzgq , ,. , -5. -1, ,, I " ' 1 4 'T',wS. ?'f-5Ei1n??,1m'Q-.4-. n f - - '2 . --'--J: -:J .vy.?S:2-3.-,EEl1Q',7'gy.gQq75 1-mg COMMANDER ROLLIN F. HEASSIER Executive Officer Commander Rollin F. Heassler, present Executive Officer of the Dixie, has served the U. S. Navy honorably for the past 28 years. Prior to entering the Navy he attended Eastern Oregon College. He later received his commission as Ensign in 1943 while serving aboard the USS Cleveland. Just prior to World War H he served aboard the USS Buck, operating in the North Atlantic escort- ing convoys to Britain. He has served aboard many other ships, among which are the USS Louisville, USS Ontario, USS Guadelupe, as Executive Officer, and USS Gurke, as Engineering Officer and subse- quently as Executive Officer. His Naval career has taken him to various shore assignments which include the Fleet Training Center at Pearl Harbor where he was the Senior Atomic Defense and Damage Control instructor and later as Oiiicer-in-Charge of the Fire-Fighting School. He was the Training Supervisor between ships and Underway Training Element during his tour at the Fleet Training Group, San Diego. He has served with MSTS WESTPAC as Deputy Maintenance and Repair Officer. This assignment called for close associations and liaison with private industry in dealing with bids for repair to MSTS ships. P1'10f 'CO-1115 DTCSCHY HSS1g11mC11'C, Commander Heassler was the Senior Ship Superintendent at the New York Shipyard for the construction of the USS Constellation, the lirst missile carrier, which merited many complimentary remarks from his superiors. Commander Heassler has been awarded the Navy Unit Commendation as a member of the crew of the USS Cleveland and Cruiser Division Twelve for action against the enemy combatant ships off Empress Augusta Bay. .Acmongi his campaign and service medals are American Defence, European Th.e?tf? Wlfh 1 Sffaf, AS1Ht1c-.Pacific with 12 stars, China Service, Navy Occupation, Korean Service, Pzhtilcgolpsine Liberation and Philippine Presidential Unit Citation, American Theatre and World War II W , ,,,, ,D 1 1 REAR ADIVIIRAL CLYDE J. VANARSDALL, JR. Commander Destroyer Flotilla One Rear Admiral Van Arsdall Was born in Indianola, .Mississippi in 1913. He entered the U. S. Naval Academy at Annapolis in 1930 Where he excelled in athletics. He graduated and received his com- mission as an Ensign in 1934. He served on many ships including the INDIANAPOLIS, VINCENNES and the PORNETT. In 1942 he became Executive Officer of the V-12 Naval Reserve Ofhcers Training Program at the University of Oklahoma As Captain of the USS ANTHONY CDD 5155 he received the Navy Unit Commendation the Navy Cross and the Silver Star for heroism in action against the Japanese In August 1952 he Joined the staff of the the Naval War College Then he served as U S Naval Attache in Paris France In 1960 he reported to the office of Chief of Naval Operations to serve as head of Joint and International Plans branch, Strategic Plans Division He was promoted to Rear Admiral in 1962 prior to becoming ComDesFlot ONE ! , . n , . . - . . - Q I 0 CAPTAIN OLIVER D. COMPTON Chief of Staff Captain Compton Was born in California in 1918. He graduated from the University of California in 1940, and Was commissioned in 1941. He Was first assigned to BENHAM CDD 3975, then to Fire I Control School, and then WADSWORTH CDD 5165. Thereafter, he received various staff assignments and then entered on two years of post-graduate study, earning a Master of Science degree. After I this, he served at several assignments, including PASEDENA CCL 655, and VALLEY FORGE CCVA 455, and in 1945 assumed command of CUNNINGHAM CDD 7525. Following this he Was on the staff of COMCRUDESPAC His next assignment Was COMDESDIV 212. In August 1961 he reported to Commander Destroyer Flotilla ONE as Aide and Chief of Staff to COMDESFLOT ONE. ---li www E , ME 4+ Iwi f -A -,1-ff.--:--fr ,-ff .- 44, gz,-41 :- :J-1:11.52 :.-v1ia:: :r ' : '2 ':w: "3" - 5fQi'wg3fff49g-,,1:f,,f f ' s gg 'ffglf s if:- 2 ik!-9:2.z,lisQx:','1'g',1: 313-i,-5 Q - .-.Pr , 4 I r 1 I 'LAWZ4lL?ff3,5s1!434-'11'K1LZfJ1v1'?.fl-1kififitflil116Y.-'Til1951417'IE'l57nZU-11'-!t?n3'fslM5i: -'lfgb-1-L11-r:,9:."1-!g.'5':-'fi'"Sf -I+" T"-ff'-F"?'Tmf"':'-'-3-Eif-f4x'7yf1f-':rAi:A-J1l.LIL17,2 I :fi-1 ,. 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Good food and l refreshment, dancing, swimming and various sports rounded out the full schedule of a typical .sailor's week. He made his choice of diversion from a multitude of possibilities-Olongapo cockflghts, Driftwood Beach, movies, the EM Club, l native shops and restaurants. One of the highlights of our t trip to Subic 'Bay was the 'H DIXlE's daily recreation, parties wil Ml to the island of La Grande. An 3 , w island about twenty minutes by boat, with just about everything lf from spacious beaches to a small golf course, this island is used by the Navy chiefly for recrea- tion. E A small group visited Baguio, 11 fa i 6 V Q! l Ql , M I 9,1 a beautiful mountain resort I Z if ? equal to America's finest for a 4 f j f Z I few days of welcome relaxation. .' ' ff The ,men who were lucky enough 4 ' to see Manila found it to be ' W X A an example of very fine liberty. ' " f , si Z ' ! , K sr 0 lil XX Q if W X Z ,i W-- .-. 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Y V, . 1, 74 H H h 1 UNI li is '? - E5 EVE NTS Ls: 41' K X Q f7' '-.',-:: I Q , AMBQO MAGOON E F A U T E S I E N A CD ,WW ,.L, .. On February 20th, 1962, the DIXIE rescued the sole occupant of a 34 foot sailing Yawl in 14 foot seas and 50 knot Winds. He Was retired Navy Chief Quartermaster, 1. D. Challinor Who Was in route from Zushi, Japan to Honolulu when the Yawl lost her rudder, mizzen- mast and compass. He had been drifting in the heavy seas for four days. 1 A- .. , .Y -uw .fn --V --,Y LEADERSHIP SCHOGL WATERT A K PROJECT A-N: -41, .nr m , f:f, -.-...',- , M.: . - -.,,,,, . . , , , , , 1 x ' ' 4 1 i V W l 7 N - U 143 1 1 3 fi -X 4. U1 1! 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OPERATION HANDCLASP ln Hong Kong the Dixie delivered twenty-four tons of "Operation Hand- clasp " material for the needy refugees. This consisted of food, clothing and medical supplies donated by religious activities in the United States. ,... VV ,, . , mt ,,,, W ,A BLACK SHIP FESTIVAL The Dixie took part in the 23rd annual Black Ship Festival commemorating the landing of Commodore Perry, the visit of the U.S. Navy Black Ship Squadron in 1854 and the 102nd anniversary of the signing of the Ja- panese-American Treaty of Trade and Amnity in 1860. For the trip to Shimoda, a fishing village of 27,000 people, 4 hours from Yokosuka, the Dixie embarked the U.S. Ambassador to Japan, the Honorable Edwin O. Reischauer and the Commander of Naval Forces Japan, RADM E. E. Yeomans. The festival was highlighted by traditional ceremonies of Wreath laying, fireworks, lantern offerings, folk dances and a parade through Shimoda's Winding streets. The DiXie's Color Guard, Honor Guard and a 32 man platoon participated in the parade. Aflvvfizzazlli S'dfh'il'-'12!.v...- " , --1 " :zum x'zA'f.'r-its L:t2'!XI'3I':'l-Z53QT!2'!iIfEA'5x?bX3:'EEE '-"' -5'J:??9!S'5.'Iat On 16 May 1962, One-Hundred and Twenty-Eight men Were advanced in rate Here they proudly show their Appointment Certifrcates. INITIATION OFmBOdrdCH1EPS ,. .1 ,. , ... . . ,. - .. - s.....-. ,....... -,. W. . AZ- A -L-f-,--,f .-'--N -few -- -A4 :Aa-402: " --' r' : :J-' '-'v --'-Dev v-:"rr-'-N-J:-e -4 :-1 1 -'ff 1- 1-Web-. '--'-Viv -"fl -ff' if-1 -f f-fx' fkfi R " 1 2"'r"1-1 ' Chief Maryman, Anton, and Wilcoxon iook on appreciatively as Captain Smith Cuts the DiXie's 22nd birthday cake While Admiral Vanarsdal approves the proce- dure. While in Yokosuka many children from Qocal American schools visited the DIXIE. PROGRAM Natlonal Anthem ,Nr-hx UZZYYQW ,QZQW4 Remarks and Readlng of Orders... ...Captaln B H Smlth USN C661 . 3 I J. My J.: '- I -L - 4 t Xxx - N ' " " ' 'W' Invocation ........ ...... C haplain W. L. Jones, JL! . . , . . . , Y 16 9772771071 615 6 If07Mf 0 ale ' ' . . , Readlng of Orders ...... ...Captam N H Flsher USN Zz aff J 'V Q C5 'J QA! J Wah Change of Command Sz Remarks ...... Captaln N H Flsher USN UZZMZQJ fam Eagle .9261 .Qeafn 025,061 Lydia Aga? Benediction ........ ...... C haplain W. L. Jones, Jr. Reception for Guests ........ ...... D IXIE Wardroom fm, A4,,,z.,m Jfwmwz YM, .Zz-10 4- ee 11.111 H kk Jxg, vax'-K " a zlfxs A M.. , . A .,,. -Wy . Q " ' ' y " y INSPECTION FOR CHANGE OF COMMAND xa:4m...mxg4mm.,A1sC.Q N : C :- -A -Q A wx XX fx X -Q - - - C N X Y ,ax -was ws wv,xw.N,wNv-1 Lazy Sunday, beauti- ful Weather, What could be better than a barb- que ? Sea air and sun- shine makes the steaks taste just right. G O HIGH LINING OPENHOUSE Y- 7,-,qnlmgt Y., A-,LW .:.,,,n,.:,...-...f...-...-.-...-..,- -,.......,.......,--v... ,....:....v,L-.,.,w,,,.1... . -.. 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HERRQN, 511192 WUHKBNE W Ekxxx Z "L w Y X XNxx. xxxkj - Wg XXV W X 7 A:-ii g ,-..,,., Q-rg-- I-il-'- ---- 1 1 4 The DIXIE is a working ship. Twenty-four hours a day, everyday, the DIXIE is working. She is well known as a Q' CAN DO ship." " CAN- DO" is spelled C-R-E-W, and hers is one of the finest-from the Captain right down the chain-of-command to the newest nonrated " boot ". On the following pages you will get a glimpse of how she works. It would take several Volumes to properly present the DIXIE's Working Day and would take years to produce. This, then, is a brief sketch of our Working Day. QUARTERS FOR MUSTER. .. ---ee Q-1-I----Q---A-ees I, ii!IAGOON 4 3 I I 3 1 J 2 1 i no K MAGOON Some of us start off our day by buy- ing back our laundry from NAN-YO- SHA. While others just have to have that M Wake me up and get me started " 5: Some of us have been up for hours i keeping DIXIE running. This is the 3 continuous job of keeping the Wheels going around. 2 E E H M no g noun cup of brevv dubiously called coffee. 1 n I 41 rg xr The Repair Department machine shops produce, and produce, and produce. Q' Work is our most im- portant product." A11 pictures- MAGOGN ' ' '-w----'-- Gur Dental and Hospital Corps probe into the unknown "Lower the Diving Boat. Divers over the side." ,7,, W w we ...Q W, Ifartpf the DIXIE's Work is feeding the crew, no Small task, indeed. To the messcooks the chow lme 1S endlessg to the crew, chow cou1dn't happen too often. +-- .4 H :Q fl 5 52: A 'Il 7,1 R 52 3: nl 2 5 'E' V5 2 14 if Q2 5 if N E! IJ W L P i w Y N 4 . V I W 1 1 w w w X , 7 Q? 5122 ,f Zee f 7'0" W ,VW f , W. f f ff f , , W ff! 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SN WILLIAMS, G. A. RDI TAYLOR, J. . RD3 DAWES, R. D. Jr. RDSN MARSHALL, F. E. RD3 MORRILL, J. H. RD2 WISE, D. E. SN MITCHELL, F. D. SM3 SELLE, D. C. RMSN DANIEL, A. L. SM3 SCHMIDT, W. J. RD3 MASTEL, L. F. SN ERNEST, S. A. QM3 HARAMES, D. J. RMSN HOLMES, D. W. SN ZEA RMSN ROBARDS ' SN X DIVISION ADAMS, J. E. PN3 HIATT, D. L. PN3 HAUGEN, V. E. PN3 SCHMALDIENST, P. L. OM2 HORTON, LA. GMG1 NEVILL, W. W. PMI WILKISON, J. L. SN FLOWERS, W. SEP2 CARPENTER, J. W. SN GARDNER, LG, SH2 JANOE, R. E. EN1 ARVIZU, E. 0. SH2 NESTAL, L. S. YN1 CRUTCHER, T. G. PNSN BLOSS, J. L. PN3 LEICHTENBERG, T. J. PN3 MC COLLUM, B. A. YN3 MAGOON, J. H. FN LUND, L. W. PN3 KEAIRNS, C. E. BM2 BOOTHBY, F. D. SN AMBRO, D. V. PH3 WILLIAMSON, R. J. SN DECK DEPARTMENT The BoatSwain'S Mates and Strikers of the First and Second Divisions are a hardworking group of men whose duties have been the traditional tasks of seafaring men since the first ship left ai snug harbor. The responsibility of keeping topside spaces shipshape rests squarely upon their shoulders. A Boatswain's Mate must become proficient in the operation and main- tenance of small craft, possess a working knowledge of the nautical rules of the road, and exhibit the finest sense of good se-amanship and boat etiquette. AS the Gunner's Mates and their strikers aboard the USS DIXIE their primary duty and obligation is to be ready to ef- fectively man the ship'S batteries should any emergency arise. The development of Fire Con- trol Machines, some of the most complicated machines ever devised, create a need for the men to operate and maintain them-thus Was born the Fire Control Technician. A few of the more important skills acquired by the Fire Control Technician are, the operation and main- tenance of fire control radars: electronic and mechanical computers: Servo Systems: and the science of ballistics. LT. D. S. SMITH, USNR PRICE, B.o. BMC qnvp, USN CHBOS'N A. B. HOLTBL, W-4, USN BAKER, J. H., GMCS USN I I I l l I l I 1 l lst DIVISION SAMMONS, G. W. WADDELL, L. W. GOODWIN, J.E. Jr, ROBERTS, L. V. EAHR, J. W. SIMS, D. G. STOUT, R. R. BERRY, A. E. MIELKE, W. L. YOUNG, T. R. ALEXANDER, K. W. BRUMMER, G. H. MORROW, S. E. CARPENTER, J. W. SCHEID, P. A. CARNES, D. R. DOBSON, A. V. LARKHAM. F G LANCASTER, L. F. FRANCE, J. L. BURRELL, T. L. COMPTON, J. T. GYLING, D. E. SCOTT, D. K. LEE, A. E. FERGUSON, C. L. CLAY, R. G. DAVIS, G. E. ATTEBERRY, L. N. FINCHER, N. W. HAYS, D. C. KRENZER SA SN SN SA SA SN SN SA SA BM2 SN SA SN SN SN SN SN SA SN SN SA BM3 SN BM1 SA SN SN SN SN SN BM2 SN "':"'::"""'i""i "'::S" i"""'7 ' ""' ' 7 SCOTT, T. M. HORNE, B. N. SPANN, J. L. BERNARD, C. R. BISHOP, R. J. WHITES, G. B. KINNEY, D. O. DORSEY, J. C. FOESCH, D. B. ALICOATE, C. T. HARRISON, D. C. MARINCHEK, W EDSON, E. C. DRISCOLL, D. A. BOYD, C. C. GOLLIHAR, A. L. KRENZER, G. L. STROMAN, E. KINNEY, L. E. MELENDEZ, R. HALE, R. L. S. Jr. 2nd DIVISION V 2nd DIVISION HUNT, A. C. FREEMAN, R. L. RAMSEUR, R. L. MALONSON, C. E. KAFA, J. W. DUNKIN, H. L. MELENDEZ, R. RICHARDS, R. L. DRURY, B. R. MARTIN, ' A. A. ORR, D. W. LUND, P. G. WILKINSON, B. E. BUTLER, C. A. SWATZKE, C. C. SEPE, J. DUTY, R. K. LOVE, S. DAVIS, J. C. FRITAS, I. H. HILBURN, J. C. HOZLUND, C. D. RAILEY, J. A. STOMAN, E. WILLIAMS, J. C. HUMPHERIES, J. C. PURNELL, F. H. HUNT, M. R. FULLER, K. E. MORALES, R. R. SPRAGUE, J. C. ACKLEY, G. L. BORCHERDING, P. D. ACEBEDO, R. SN SN SN SN SN SN SN SN SN SN SN SN SN SN SN SN SN BM2 SN SN SN SN BM2 SN SN SN SN SN SN SN SN SN SN SN l ff -7-----W - SHAW, W. R. SN DAY, M. D. SN SELIG SN MELFA, J. P. BM3 SEWARD, D. L. SN HARTMAN, EK. SN JENSEN, R. M. SN REPP, P. G. SN WORLEY, T. A. SA SOMERA, G. D. SN KING, W. C. SA ACKLES, D. L. SN 2nd DIVISION ,JY W, 3rd DIVISION ARELLANO, G. SN JONES, C. B., Jr. ETO2-P1 ELLIOTT, J. A. SN STEHLE, B. W. FTG-2 GALLIGHER, L . C. GMGI SIBILLIA, JH. SN ROMERO, R. E. GMG3 SANFORD, J. SN RODRIGUEZ, E. M. SA BROWN, J. L. SN ROULAN, W. A. Jr. SN STEHLE, B. W. FTG2 w x ll W. V E GIN ERI GDEP RT E T The Engineering Department is responsible for running the engines that move the ship, sup- plying the electricity, that gives us lights and runs our boilers, making the steam that cooks our food and heats our ship, running the air conditioning equipment that keeps someuof us cool, supplying the saltwater that We use in our flushing systems and firemains, running the refrigeration system that keeps our food cold and fresh. In other Words, the "SNIl?ES" as they are affectionately called, keep our engineering plant at a peak. They may be said to keep the heart of the ship going by feeding it all of the necessities of life, they stand Wat- ches not only at sea but in port also to make sure the ship is alive and ready to go at a moments notice. 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W V X ,V . fyfw V, X -, 0 Asfsf-W Q wav f , Q fwwvf f V fav Msn. is . ,. sf sys? as whxasfwskv.-:V v 0 Gb AWWA wsszf of ffdsdswsww wwf f oweyffv, .aww W sy ey 'Wye f W xy X ff . -W Q fr fn f f r Q' f' r Q r A5540 f U ,f f, . S. .,f, .. , , .,,.s asasgsf , ,, , f. LTJG M. E. ToMs USN be CHELEC L. F. PRINCE W-2, USN as we . s I QQ P ,gy 4, W . f X 2 Q 4, Q! j P f f f v 7 Qf W X f if flier rf' 2 f f A fir 0 f fav wx va 2562 W 6, sf Q jfsQyA4A iff f V 'O ffbkyf f? e gl f z Q Y 1 ' f , .pies f s , W f 5 if ff f VC f f f 2 7 f ff f f f 0 Q f 6 f f p 2 0 4, if fx P f xg, 9 4 4A ff X ep 1 Q yfgx fy I Z, 4' f 'S ,X E5 2 I 16 LEACH, VOGEL, P. R. WCODARD, J. BTC EMC SFC 4 w 1 p swiss in y WORLDS, R. s. PARK, S. P. DAVIS, c. E. A DIVISION PAGE, J. D. MARINKOVITCH, J. L. GENSON, A. H. JANTZ, E. R. GARNER, D. E. TAIT, B. C. WEIKLE, C. K. BARLOW, J. F. ELLIOTT, C. J. ROGERS, J. P. MURPHREE, R. M. NICHOLS, J. HORNSBY, D. R. HANSEN, W. B. BROOKSHIRE, J. W. TOLES, W, T, MCCRACKEN, G. D PATE, J. T. BOSTIC, S. STROING, G. E. RASPBERRY, J. MEARS, T. F. KEADY, L. E. BRYAN O'CONNELL, J. P. CHAPA . BOULAIS, R. R. FA FN EN2 MM2 FN FN EN1 EN3 FN FN MM2 MM2 MM1 FN FN YN3 FN MM3 MM3 EN 3 MM2 FN MRFN FN FN FA --Y --::- ---- 7.7 FLEMING, P. H. DARBY, J. B. VINCENT, S. H. JENKINS, W. J. HINZ, R. J. CORMIER, J. C. OVERMAN, S. A. YAUSSI, R. M. CHEVIS, J. E. STAHL, G. H. PRATER, R. A. BTF A BTI FA FN FN FN BT2 FA FN BT3 FN SANDERSON, I. E. BT2 WATSON, C. D. SAVAGE, M. BRUMBACK, J. L. MUELLER, D. L. KENNEDY, J. H. GRIMES, BROOKS, HOYT, BASSELER, BERGERON WOOD, GRACE, BREDWELL, IODRIE, HANDY, W. R. FN BT2 FA BTI FA BT2 FN BT2 FN FN FN FN FN FN BT2 B DIVISION M DIVISION ONFER, T. M, STOVALL, F. OAKES, T. A. KEEN, A, C. MCCOMBS, C. A. AUCK, W. L. SIMMONS, J. L. EM2 MM3 FN MM1 FN MM3 FA JOHNSON, I. D. MMFN RICHARDS, I. J. FITZGERALD, M. BEJARANO, S. SULLIVAN, J. L. ROMINE, J. P. MERRITT, R. A. MADERE, R. P. CRAPO, R. WECKNER, L. G. MCKENZIE, K. D. CAMPBELL, D. R. RAMOS, M. D. DAMOON, P. J. BRAZIER, H. M. BRYAN, W. E. FREEMAN, J. D. MM2 FN FN FN FN FN FA FN FA MM2 FA FN MM3 MM3 MM2 FN PARAYNO, G. G. CONFER, C. L. BROWN, W. P. FISCHER, 1.1. COUNCIL, V. L. MEAD, R. SIEPKER, R. LONG, C. R. HART, W. A. GUSTIN, W. J. NEELY, M. D. ' KING, R. BUSCH, C. E. RISPONE, V. A. RUH, L. P. CUROLE, D. P. BRUMMETT, I-IARISON, W. L. HOW E, C. W. WAGNER, MCKINNEY, N. HORNE, K. J. EMI EM2 EM3 EM2 EM3 EM2 EMFN EM2 EM2 IC2 EM2 EM2 EM2 ICFN ICFN EIVI3 EM3 FN IC3 EM3 E DIVISION A 5 I I . , ...... . . . .... .. . 1.1 Li.sfQ'Q1'QygfrsQ 'I Q . :E hxigx 1 ISHN K5 ANS XX we N 'N X , N x R S N XX I I X N A 5 QQ I .Xxx X iq R I . L .... S 4 N. .. -L xwm ff X ZX X K F N ' N. N-ESQ: - g - .. ' X- X... R DIVISION A SCHULTZ, E. V. FN LEU, O. E. DC2 BRAMLET, U. J. FN WAGONER, M.D. SFM3 COOK, R. O. FA HUBBARD, J. E. DC2 POGGYMEYER FN PENNYBAKER, W. SF2 MAGOON, M. FN TURNER, B. H. FN WADE, E. FN PAXTON, D. R. SFM2 BRUNI. L. SFM2 PELLOWSKE, I. D. FN PACE, C. T. SFP2 ROSSI, L. I. DC3 KAISER, R. E. SF1 BRINKSNEADER SFMFN UPPLY D P RTMENT The supply department is responsible for process- ing, stowing and issuing all general stores, spare parts and electrical equipment used by the ship, some 40,000 items Worth more than one and one half million dollars. They account for all the money spent from the ship's operation target. S-2 Division provides the food for the Dixie which takes many long hours of preparation. They are justly famous for their " DIXIEBURGERS ". S-3 Division provides the Ship's Store facilities and in keeping us thus happy provide the money for the Recreation Fund. We cannot forget the Disbursing Oiiice who gives us our pay nor the Stewards Who prepare and serve the officers food. LT R. A. JONES qscb, USN ff. 'li "'1,ff 2 0 A5 ,f f ,Sl ' V ,X Q-,Qc ww . w,'1s:,At.,..t.., ,.,, . -V . W . vs. . , L. ,, il, -, " . I ,, 'Qxj':.f '-. -' c 3'-.X ., Q, J., .-, ff -, ' G- Ke 4 - , 7 , gsz -wshiwt 5.1 fi 3 fi ' N-' f A .-VL ,QZVSW ZSMQQ Wei? 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BAILEY, S. L. ERFURDT, H. T. SCOTT, K. S. SWEET, J. F. PRYANT ' ENDAYA, A. Y. STEELHAMMER DRISCOLL, W. F. FUSELIER, J. M. LEOPOLD, D. F. HALKO, J. PENCE, J. R. STOUT, R. F. DUDLEY, R. A. 'BOLAY, A. G. THOMOSON, H. H. MUDD, S. I. STEPHENS, M. D. BROWN, T. P. DORMAN, B. U. DOUGLAS, R. L. DE WITT, O. J. FINE, C. R. UGAITOA, I. CALUYO, M. L. SN SK3 SK2 SN SK3 SK3 SK3 SK3 SK2 SK3 SK3 SK3 SN SN SK3 SK2 SK3 SK3 SK1 SK3 SK3 SK2 SK3 SK3 SN SK3 SN SKI BROWN, R. W. TAYLOR, J. R. WILCOXSON, H. J. HAGAN, F. O. CURTIS, A. R. CORBETT, C. H. SHELTON, J. A. CAMBA, P. O. BETSON, R. A. PHILLIPS, R. A. ANTON R. G. KREGER, D. D. JARVIS, D. S. JOHNSON, D. B EVANS, N. ABBATO, J. J. PAVEL, W. J. FUENTES, D. JAMES DEVAULT, J. SELLBERG CS3 SK3 CS3 CS3 CS3 CS2 SN CS2 SN CS3 CS3 CS2 SN CS3 CS2 CS2 CS2 SN GMG2 CS3 SKSN S-2 DIVISION 1 E 1 S-3 DIVISION IVORY, B. J. SHSN MAC DONALD, J. J. SN MACK, R. M. SN QUEMDO, J. S. SH3 LUND, L. A. SN CONRICHE, R. J. SN YOUNG, E. G., JR. SH3 HORNING, R. J. SA JONES, O., JR. 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SEP2 LINDSAY, S. L. BM2 SCHILLE, A. L. SFM3 PIPER, W. H. PMFN GIDDINGS, G. D. FN BOWMAN, L. R. SEI GOOD, G. FN HERRGN, C. T. JR. SEP2 DOBERSTEIN, G. L. SEI MOSLEY, G. C. FN WOLF, H. L. FN FLOYD, N. R. FA EAHNHOLZ, R. R. SN DAVIS, R. G. FA SAIZ, P. L. SEP3 SMITH, J. E. FN SEMAS, J, FN KING, C. D. DC2 GRIFFIN, E. D. DC2 HENSON, R. E. FN BILLINGS, T. L. SEP2 DODDS, W. R. FN WARNSHOLZ, M. R. FA FAHRENWALD, J. R. BM3 DAYTON, D. A. SFM3 EOUDREAUX, R. J., IR. FN DOLE, T. I. SERS BASSETT, T. J. SEP3 HODGSON, W. I. FA ANDERSON, D. J. SEI GLEMENT, P. D. DCl RAGHER, T. G. SEM3 R-1 DIVISION JOHNSON, R. R. SFMFN BOGAR, D. F. PMFN PERSON, D. F. SFM2 FURREY, E. E. SFP3 COBB, R. D. SFM2 ROGERS, R. L. FA COLTON, W. F. SFM3 BERNARD, R. SFM2 PAULEN, G. A. SFM3 DOWNIE, B. K. SFPFN FONSECA, W. B. FA MCMAHON, W. E. SF1 HOUGH, T, J. SFI BETCHER, J. T. FA . UPTGRAFT, C. R. SN PANACEK, E. C. JR. PM3 SCHRIEFER, H. O. SFP3 KEYES, R.D. FN BABBIT, S. H. FN GETMAN, D. L. SFM3 MILLER, J. F. SFP3 ROBERSON, A. G. PMFN DEMEL, M. F. FA SCHAD, K. "LH SFP3 STEFFEN, G. L. SFM3 JOHNSTON, R. M. FA FALLS, R. C. FN MASON, T. W. SFM3 BELLMORE, R. V. SFM3 VILLARS, F. M. SFM3 WOOTHTAKEWAHBITTY, D. D. SFM2 GENDUSA, N. FN NAULT, R. P. SFP3 BRAGG, T. E. JR. FA , LEAFE, D. C. SN SCHALKA R. C. FN E 1 .J r J J I N r 7 Y I 2 MAGOON MAGUON CUNNINGHAM, J. L. BUETTNER, A. H. CORNISH, L. H. DELONG, J. M. ROTHBAUER, J. R. HAGER, A. E. WINDSOR, H. C. BRISKEY, E. L. SENART, E. E. PARKS, J. L. JACOBS, R. L. FORD, R. G. WILKENS, R. A. WIDDERS, R. R. WADE HEPOLA, N. G. D. CHRISTIANS, H. WILLETTE, T. M. GALE, D. H. BOOTHBY, R. L. JOHNSON, J. L. A DOSS, J. JR. JONES, C. R. HASKEW, P. M. CLAUSEN, RE. ' GOODELL, D. L. ROATCH, R. BARNES, R. MILLER, B. DECHENE, R. E. BEEDLE, T. L. FN MRFN IM3 MR1 OM3 IM3 ML3 MM2 MM1 FA MM3 FN MRFN SN SN IMSN MR2 OMSN MMFN SFM3 IL3 IL1 ILI FA FA MR3 FN MRFN MR2 ML1 MRFN R-2 DIVISION R-2 DIVISION HAUSMAN, C. W, HILTON, J. W. POWELL, R. L. THOMPSON, K. A SULLIVAN, W. A. UA-77, cc-Tn, PRATT, C. A. ESPOSITO, R. J. HEINRICHS, W. D. DAVENPORT, W. M. FORS, R. E. SOUTHWICK, T. C. WELNICKE, L. R. CROCK, J. F. BIHL, LE. SESMA, L. D. SMITH, LE. FRISENDAHL, R. J. HARDING, H. R. BOYCE, L. L. RECTOR, D. D. COLON, H. O. MRFN FN MRFN ML2 IM1 MRI IM3 SN ML3 MR2 MR3 MR3 MRFA MRFN MRl FN FN MR2 FA MR3 OMl OMSN RICHARDSON, C. W. MM2 SACKRISON, L. G. PARK, J. L. PETERSON, L. M. BARWICKE, H. ESHELMAN, P. E. A DM3 FA IMSN MRI MR2 RAINBOLT, B. C. FN CAMPBELL, D. K. MRFN WILLOUCHBY, R. W. MRRN IMES, 0. B. MMFN MARTIN, I. ML2 GERSHBEIN, F. SN MANIBUSAN, D. C. FN BENCE, L. G. SA JAMINTTILLO, T. H. MR2 FILOMENO, R. D. M. MR2 HESS, R. W. MR3 SCHDLR, R. E. FA MAHONEY, M. F. FN WATTLEY, 1.1. FN SKIRSKY, C. P. IMI RUTMAN, J. R. FN HILL, R. A. FN FREEMON, E. M. FN DUGAN, C. W. MR3 R-2 DIVISION Q EE' A l I I 41 .NX X X Q BW4-W , BLACKWELL, B. L. LeBLEU, G. A. HASLAM, R. K. WELLER. R. T. WILLIAMS, E. L. BEMIS, G. P. HARGIS, L. B. GOODSON, R. F. HODGE, T. D. ROGERS, H. L. YOUNGMAN, R. BLATTEL, R. E. MORRIS, C. W. FN EM3 FA EM3 EM2 FN IC3 EMI FA EM2 EM3 IC3 EMFN HARRINGTON, J. E. EM2 HILL, M. E. FARACE, A. TAWNEY, H. C. ARMSTRONG, J. H. PARKER, J. R. FOURNIER, D. M. RUSSELL, B. R. SCHMITT, J. W. MCCONATHY, A. L CARROLL, W. P. MEDDAUGH, N. H. DUPUY, R. L. EMFN FA IC2 EM2 EM2 FN IC2 EM3 EM3 EM3 ICFN IC3 R-3 DIVISION f :4 R-4 DIVISION SCHULTE,R.Q CHNOCHHlI5F. HUTTON,R.Wf HYLAND,DQB STEVING, G. ALLEN, 1.13. CHEEKS, J. A. VILLARS, R. C. CARRKER,R.E SEE,M. OGBORN,C.R. MORRHLBIE. IUUNKS,DJQ GETT,S.L CULBERSON ,R. LEWHS,L.I BURNS,D.D. ETN3 ETR2 ETN3 ETN2 ETN3 ETR2 RM1 ETR2 ETR2 ETN2 SN ETNSN SN SN ETR3 SN SN JONES, E. F. NUNN, R. C. ARMAYOR, F. V. MILLER, P. G., BURTCH, P. E. BURTCH, G. D. LINDY, D. C. DENGES, C. R. WHITNEY, R. E. WELD, S. D. JAQUES, N. L. HOWEY, W. D. SOG2 SN SN GMG3 GMM1 SN SOGSN SN SOG2 SOGSN SN SOG3 WATKINS, S. B. III FTGI DELK, R. S. QM3CDVJ NEIGUM, I. J. SN WATKINS, S. B. III FTG1 SNOW, F.'J. SOI SIBLEY, W. K. FTG1 HEMPTON, B. A. SOG2 MILLER, P. G. GMG3 PLYLER, T. B. SOI BRISBIN, D. E. BTZQDVD KIRSKY, K. R. SOGSN R-5 DIVISION W -- 1n Weapons . . , ANDERSON, E. A., TMCA LTJG5 P. H. PEARCE, USN LT H. H. MITCHELL, USN The Weapons department repairs, overhauls, checks and prepares torpedos, depth charges, and other ' underwater ordnance and delivers the prepared weapon to the destroyer which is to use it. They are, therefore, directly responsible for keeping modern underwater Weapons used by destroyers in top working order. COBLE, R. W. SN CARRELL, R. L. TM2 NoEz1GER, H. E. TM3 Cox, J. L. TM3 WRIGHT, J. M. TM1 ANTONACCI, R. E. TMSN BROCK, W. E. JR. A SN CRUCE, E. A. TM2 MCMILLIAN, H. M. TM3 TRUDD, D. P. L TM3 LEYFERT, R. TM2 HODNETT, D. R. TM2 MCGARRDLL, B. J. TM2 SANDQUIST, K. M. SN WHORRALL, E. E. TM2 PRIDDY, G. E. TM2 . KNOWLES, R. D. SN STEVENS, J. E. TM2 HUGHES, P. J. TM2 HILL, G. E. TMS EICHELBARGER, W. E. TM2 DAHLQUIST, D. SN F2 Flag Band CLeft to Rightj Back row: KENDIC, I. W., NARIO, I. J., BOWERS, W. D., SPENCER, S. 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