Duxbury Bay (AVP 38) - Naval Cruise Book

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MX W wwf E S I Q 1 5 i I 5 i I 1 5 E e i E 5 E I v x I I V I E USS DUXBURY BAY CAVP-385 Built: Lake Washington Shipyard, Kirkland, Washington Launched: 2 October 1944 Commissioned: 31 December 1944 On the 18th of June 1966, the DUXBURY BAY departed Norfolk, Virginia, for Bahrain Island on.what was to be her final Middle East cruise, A the final cruise of her career. The first of May 1966 saw her colors lowered as the last stage of deactivation. Her history has been colorful and varied, the seas she has sailed are many, and she served her country and her Navy proudly. The crew of the "Galloping Ghost of the Arabian Coast" has dis- persed and are now serving on other ships of the Navy. But they'll tell tales of their adventures on the DUXBURY BAY . , and the ship will stay alice in many a sea story. QYUQTS QJXE :WML 6 -inn! --1-1: S C A gs W s . I . ' 4. Captain V. C. Bono, U. S.N. , came to the USS Duxbury Bay from the attack cargo ship QAKAQ Miliphen where he served as Executive Officer. He assumed com- mand on 16 April 1965 at Norfolk, Virginia. Captain Bono, a graduate of The George Washington University, was commissioned from Rice Institute as a member of the first NROTC class from Rice. Since his com- missioning he has had duty in many ships, the USS Knox and USS Evans in the destroyer fleet, and the Pocono and Boxer inthe Amphibious Forces, are some of his former duty stations. While stationed at Fort Monroe he completed Army Airborne training and qualified as a parachutist at Fort Benning. His postgraduate schooling was in naval intelligence at Fort Bragg. Captain Bono is one of the few naval officers who is fluent in the Arabic language. I-le also has had previous Middle East duty as Senior Assistant Naval Attache in Cairo, Egypt I-Ie was promoted to Captain on 1 February 1966 and was picked to attend the Defense System Analysis Institute at Arlington, Virginia. 2 CDR. john R. Farrell was Ex- ecutive Officer of the Duxbury Bay since April 1964, until Sep- tember 1965 when he departed for duty at the Naval Air Development Center, Iohnsville, Pa. LCDR. David K. Dimmick, A Naval Academy graduate and a subma- riner, reported as Executive Officer on 30 September 1965. I-le came from Washington, D. C. , where he had duty in the Bureau Of Naval Weapons. 5 ' j gy f I 1? , V W! f " ' . ,jf ,, Z ,, 4 . - U . V fiylif, M c"'Y'XZ .7 f CDR. F ARRELL 2 LT R. E. TEETER ENGINEERING OFFICER LcDR J. O. ARNOLD NAVIOATOR OPERATIONS Orricrrt 6 ' 'f . ,.,, . LCDR. DIMMICK LT W. L. HEISE CIC OFFICER w O CI - "U 1-U t-4 O E22-1 '11 I.. 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Sv vggxfai A fp, A A -Aw. ,A-, S,,,AA fn,,fA ,A ,A ,, . , S f 5?-Fw A f S' M B A .aah NWSS6' - Z S29 AB ' ' ' fl WNW,-S V fm A '2 4 , S! . . 4 A V15 ' ' XX RZ '--N .A . QAAQ X231 ily' :RA .Nw P A. ww, aiJ:'5'0f F"5f7WS5 W42'7x7f3VfYW SV' ' SW' Af fi- QS Y' . . Y, QW fXX W- A. - 0 -' N N 'S S A 'Q-Sff ' ,. A+-S S v Ab. Gs , W: , -of . --ASW Q if 'ff A A J xx 1 x .J VV. . 5 -' . x wx ff' fi' J, J, HOWARD, SM1 R, D, COLLINGI-IAM, SA NAVIGATION AQF. IMPERATO, JR., SN R- L- BLA 67 49 'ff " 7 ff. W , iff, ' CV' , ,,,,, , , ww, WW! J Q7 Q, 127572 glfff ff' fjfi fxyflfffg f 5.54551 Vfizf-Q, ' Z fig? WW , ' y X VW f f, ,ff Off fff y ff f Z j 4 X J, P, VANAGE, QM3 A. G. LEISHMAN, SN f ff ,,,, Q ff 4, h X 20 f y ' Nw of .f X f Q L fe, ,, XM? ,MQ 5 . , N f V 7 ,Wx , WFS ,f Wwijfl, ' Q- mv Capt. Bligh with able "I-I bodied Seaman. degree?" RR 4 b , ow many miles to a X The OLD MAN OF THE SEA M Sim z 3. ZETWQW SWA.. 7' W1 , .... ,,, . ,, 7 Q L si wxwxxx ' x ek? 5' be 1 I 5 S X Nw ASN S N 1 T s X , I? . -X 1... A x f Q s2 X- A 1 1 v L .5 5 X ,R 'x ye 1, fgffq A . N X " '? P l1S" Yf x X X N 1 " , Q if ' XXX J H X X Q N. 5 W 5.3: R Q A Svyuxayt .X . 2 . ff if ffl Y . .yy X' X W. N- h w ? .Tk X T B 18 COMMANDER MIDDLE EAST FORCE R ADM. J. H. MAURER Rear Admiral J. H. Maurer, Commander Middle East Force, is a H highly decorated submariner. A holder of the Navy Cross and two Silver i Star Medals won for heroism in submarines duringthe war, RADM. I Maurer, a Naval Academy graduate, came to the Middle East Force from I - duty on OPNAV, Washington, D. C. as Director of Naval Warfare Analyses. ' ' I-Iis selection for the rank of Rear Admiral was approved by the Presi- dent on 14 july 1961. A U RADM. Maurer, who was COMIDEASTFOR during Duxbury Bay's entire deployment in the Middle East, departs in April to assume the duties of Cammander Submarine Force, U. S. Pacific Fleet. CHIEF OF STAFF Captain Pleasant L. Murphy, a naval aviator, who is qualified for command in destroyers sand submarines, reported as Chief of Staff, Commander Middle East Forces, in September 1965. He reported from duty as Commanding Gfficer of USS Yellowstone, a destroyer tender homeported in jacksonville, Florida. 19 CDR C, S, FARRELL OPS X PLA NS OFFICER CDR W. C. RAE OPERATIONS OFFICER LCOL A. NOVAK PLANS OFFICER LCDR J. R. CAMP ASS'T PLANS OFFICER MAJ. A. HERBERT ASS'T PLANS OFFICER LT C. J. PETERSON COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER LT R. H. COFFIN, IR. AIDE 8 FLAG SECRETARY LT G. H. VAN I-IOUTEN LOGISTICS OFFICER LT J. A. BRUCE CI-IAPLAIN . LT R. P. TAFT, JR. ASS'T PLANS OFFICER LT P. J. KESSLING MEDICAL OFFICER LTJG I. R. LAPIC AIDE 8 FLAG LIEUTENANT LTJG E. P. PAULES ASS'T COMM. OFFICER A. E. BRLTRAN, TN D, E. BUCHANAN, RMSA D. L. BURKE, CYNSN G, A. CI-IABOT, CYNSN N. M. GHTRDGN, RMC G, DAUGHTRY, RM3 R. H. DOUVILLE, YN1 G, E. EAVES, YN3 G. E. GATES, RM1 J. W. GRAvRs,RMsN R. A. GRISSOM, RMSN P. E. HAGERTY, YN1 R. W. I-IESLING, CYNSN W. HURLEY, QM2 B. M. LIEDL, YN1 G. B, MAGADAAN, TN G. G. MENARD, YN1 J. W. MILLS, YNs D. R, MINNIEFIELD, RM2 D. A. MONAGHEN, S141 G. G. NAVF. EN2 R. A. NEBRIL, SD2 A. L. NOVIDA, sD2 J. G. QUINN, S143 S. D. SOWERS, DK3 J. F. SPEAR, RM2 A. J. TYSON, RM2 E. R. VERTUDEZ, TN G. A. VIRATA, TA J. R, YANDOW, RM1 1! 1 gi Fi 43,1 :::A ..,L1::.4. H !. E ! 5 "I I N ,QR '15 DEPENDENTS' CRUISE ff 4m..,'SW W, 1 ffff A JUNIOR HELMSMAN SODA CRACKERS FOR THE SEA SICK. F , ' QS 4g5Y! , ff Aw , NWS, WV 'IVQ ALL SMILES AH HA! 5 g i w KA LOOKS NICE DOESN'T IT? SHE COULDNvT QU-ITE MAKE IT' 22 HEADIN' EAST l LISBOA, PORTUGAL r Wm wwf , f f , . 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K ,I fi' 4 gfzxc 1 . 4 S , , X7 E V, :ME gi ul ' - E7 f . , P A , Mk I , "va 4314 v l':4.,.' , s Q 1 f 1 3 ' 7 4 ff K .f 4 9 -.Z ,sf f. x 4 4 5. .an , f, Q - , 4 A fi 5 4 'vsbfzw f4.','.:.!5'.',i'.J274 3 ' , ' ' ' Zf , J 4' " M f 4 ,, Q X I f s ff -7 1. I ' ,f , K. .X If ,Zyl-K 4 I 1. , H 1 ff On 14 October 1965, 70 SI-IELLBACKS initiated 120 POLLYWOGS into the Ancient Order of the Deep: QU Davy jones boards . . . Q21 The royal carpet is down . . . f3j King Neptune arrives . . . C41 A serenade by the Pollywogs Qen rnassej . . . Q51 But to no avail, as Court is in session. f6j Bring on the Pollywogs! ! I UI To the Stocks! ! I Q8j The Royal Doc' at work . . . f9I A shampoo by the Royal Barber . . . f1Oj And finally the end of the trail and a Shellback, at last! ! I 41 The Pollywog Costumes were a Court of Merrymakers scream . . . I and the Wogg S were screaming as they met the King and His Z 77, ,,,,,f, , ,, Ulf' '. , ,, 59 47 J ff ,ff , MW, , he f , ' Z 2 www 5, K f ,Q xt 0 'isa X K 4 -, 1 Qi z f If ,W , 92 ASW 42 Af 7 , xss ,xv Q0 W Q ww: f W X qw 1 1 w jj X070 Q ' ,X Q 2 Wi! ff If l 4 W9 W W sl 7 K W' nf fo 1 6 ,fe W 7 Q f A D1 '- , X ga! K 45-'94, W ix f f f f 2 , f gxf new .z an fwff ,Q 'ft f if Z T This was a day never to be forgotten by the men that would have a "standing-up-only" liberty in our next port -- Mombasa, Kenya! ! ! 43 f We ZW? sf 0 0 f 4' ,Z 5 fx- MQNIBASA v r v Y 1 ,M a:Wes?f,2q 1 X. 1 WL 1: . as 7 'mf-ff 24 1455, A: , ,T falls ,' ' ' ' il f '- ,, ' 'fxih-15' f ,Q g ' , Q , f' ffg1:,1-- Wx, X, ,N wx ' VLMFLIQ Z ,Q l ,iz sf , , w ' , tif' W A , -9 2,195-'ff2f721 ',ffi2ff'.' f kim-' ' X-WW.: "'?W'?ii'5W'AK"?" ,sw ,. f, K ,,. It .4,yWh,4mVf I ' ,A fs i . , x ' ' ,,, 1 A -W V KA, V - -- , V A .- ,, tmp s 2.fm.v ,ge ' ,, Q " ' ft- ' as ,y'1,aM1r,,a,WW,f:'3Mix' ,,,,,,1.,,,.,,,, W..,y.,1n ug . 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' 4 ' is -, The most varied assortment of wildlife in the world is in Africa. ,i yn QSM Mombasa, Kenya was a lon S awaited pleasure stop. East Africa offered exciting and picturesque of unt Kiloman game preserves and Mo jaro which were used to full ad- vantage by the hunters had a g from the ma h ' the streets. crew. Souvenier great time selectin ny s ops that lined 44 I f f v f 1 ff nf, ff Y li ,anger r ,.,-org Hr' 4 .4 V I I V R . 1 "1 - - ,f ' Mi? , , 'f ' -s-512 v jv, . i r , , v- f- 4 -2-W 4- 1 , -4 K' l. ' Tr K. x fy. ,ad -E . ,. Q , ' H '-1 '.-H,""' M.. ww, Q I V! :Q if-.-, tiff rf,-'fif . WML, ff I I .f A , t J emi j...,.' LLQ he-K f , 1-. . , ' H . ' -. .4 ' , 'x' ' H " ,, , ' vi! ' ' 'wp- . U h Q , 42, ' ' 1 ww ww A rp v", . . ' . . 5. . ,, A. , , j.L4, , we ' .- FC. , ' ' .' TWWPF-'f , - l g'V Q.l-5.3 s . fig- ffiyffflf H i 4. - vu' 55 -, , Q i i ,2 h is MMD, . 'To it ko In I ' 5 5 . :jx K' 1, 2.4 4 ,fff3fi,' -, f f ff. Y X ' He sure doesn't look friendly! 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A A 2 THE CREW SPENDS AN EVENING AT JUEAIR Poot y, fy 1 , ' 5 .ff ,V P , , J , , 2 :MM 3' 14 x-.enum Q i ,Q f - '17 T , , , A b d e the Duty Driver? Get your hands away from it, I-lerrell! ny o y se n - Em 1, V 'mf X X . , . ' K' ' 'F They fly through the' air with the greatest of Wnere S me COO mg wma ease . . . The Recreation Fund provided the beer the Galley provided the food, and the crew W provided empty stomachs. The Iufair pool and grounds were ours for two nights and the -E-M i. crew had a wunnerful time. , V' E, -4 X4 7 WgfW',V,' f fr R NE Drink up! It's on the HOLISG- 46 ,W ff: Ti Q 1 I -- wry I I Z , W-4-.0-f.-, M "A "" f flmfii I, M. A Jylk., ,gg , ,,AfMWAMm7 ,,,fJ,w 7 , W I J 1 1 Q W I 7 f f' f f f , ' - I - fa,vf1,Lf,,, x gy m .J W .,,h H , , .- 3 If V747 '. . -W f '...ve:f-:ws",L-fs ww., ,Sf ., . - 0 ' 'KJV f . I" , 'if faf w I 1 . W 14. rf", ' . f M iff . . , ...I .,.. M.a,.......a6..W...,4z:,,........ H OPERATION MIDLINK VIII was 3 mu1t1n3t10n tactical tactical operation that carried us from the Persian Gulf to the Gulf of Oman and back. English, p Iranian, and U. S. ships took part and everything 3 . . , ' , was A-OK from start to finish. F . W? ' U , My .f 5 23 . V , . - , :A . ,x F .1 Sing will I' AN Z, A 4, -Y . fr-ff 4 X, ff Y A kr 4, , Q M ' , I - I , , I ivpkgpj-z,, -wgsin f. . N1 mr-M"'4 A jgf I ,777 f.-- .9 -Q igghvlgh, f ff - if ff - "'f'- My fvwfi X. , ,kk.- , -,f I Wi., S5 JY N Wi., ,AQ 45 in-.yay , Zgwi. f 3 V, 7 ...Q , . X-N.,,5..f,.:z5gs335f 4 S.5i..,,V,-q,Xf425,, I... . .V .. . V K K ? fi.. fi' 15.4 ., 1 .1 ' 51,4 "tl . 'ai ' B 4, 4 f ' W 54' Qi L! v J f i " 1 Ui. ,.. 4 J QI 4 x V . fur. E .I p . ffflff-f,'nf?x,V r ,......,,1, ,. , ,AVEXVJ 2 " H- 'V' " 1. .M .Q - ' 1 ' f' "" ' w 3. . - I . - -L 1.3, ' 5g4g,Jn.vi 'X Q 27 I A 72 ,1 ,, . f , k, QA gwff, - I gin-Z K. ..ra.n4:x.Si L ..,, a 4i,..s...'.R,,. ui Q. 3...m-,..--------f -'f ' Sf f I"" ' .:fAi2bs ' 'M-'56 'QW ......... ,,.,,,,,,... ,,.f A ,vify Xqffwgr S, S, X - Q H .Q,,, .h'S, ,V giglifg 2,-Hunan, h Z JA X N . The Iranian Ships Bayandor and Naghdi, QF-25 S F-265 and the USS McCaffery were a few of the ships to take part. REFUELING AT SEA IIS Naghdi QF-26j, HMS Waveruler QA-2121, and USS McCaffery QDD-8605. 1 N'-. 37 f' VADM. Turgut Ozel, Turkish Navyg RADM. P. N. Howes, R.N.3 ADM.. Rassai, I.I.N.5 RADM. I. H. Maurer, U.S.N.5 ADM. Eyscogulu, Turkish Navyg VADM. I-I. Afkami, I. I.N. 5 upon completion of MIDLINK VIII aboard USS Duxbury Bay for dinner and conferences.. gf? 5 M ,Q X3 Ruler of Bahrain and COMIDEASTFOR, RADM. J. I-I. Maurer U S N XQNWIW w A . ' Q. .Q x,:.,.. Q Nws.-:s, f -- XS 5 N- , sw-N1 'I M Q if,i?'7 1 I' KN x X, , N X X Q ,X gg N H , sm A N gym xg ' QNSZXA- . , ww. X' M SNSXQ. 755: Y N N-V N zgyxg TI-IANKSGIVING . . . what can be said about Thanksgiving except that it was altogether quite nice The dinner itself consisted of the traditional good ole Tom turkey and, well anything else ou can think of., we 2 Y had the works. Our commissarymen really went all out and re d ' ' p pare a very appetizing and tasty meal. As had a few British Paratroo l' guests We pers, sa iors, soldiers, and marines. Everyone ate until there was no more eating to be done. It was by far nothing like one of moms Thanksgiving dinners, but it was a darn good substitute. THANKSGIVING DINNER 1 L L l. l I 5 1 , 3, V , ,. li 2 7 " N llshrimp Cocktail, Soup, Roast Turkey, Gravy, Potatoes, Dressing. . . " l D , 1' ! I' stuffed!" Peas, cranberries, Salad, Rolls, Olives, Pickles, "B lmey m Pie, Fruit, Milk, Coffee . . . 49 l i K Q ,A 8 N 2 PERSGNNEI, INSPECTION fa ' -'-, F .. ' fy 2 iff ' xt, I I I, ...N I 4:1-2 av - I I f QI I A Bsjwf will' H M I Q. Q Vx J 0 , , ...an f . I I didn't think that was funny. Not TOO bad . . I , I .A ' ' uf 5 0 I l f 'JB X 'Ii i ' I Yf S t ,I ttI Z a ' Y v W f ' I I 3 ,, N ,iMQ Q I, "IS he coming, Miller?" Y ..,....., +5 , 4 -,- I X S0 THIS is Ward's wards! I I dOn't think It'II bite. 50 X I .SIE 5 xx Q X x M E Q :X Q I I X I A '-M .. ii 4V at X 52 51 1 MZ Inside the State Guest House. e K ' an , qi Q. :Q Q ' ' f' 1 , Q . 1. -1 A wa, D , ,.- ,... ., ..i,T1,MW M-L ,, 1- 8-.,w,:',L , . You fe klflda Cute- Come back Ivlr. Bender the bus is here. 'ff ijt , fp an j r use '-2 V ' - Qfilmwl uf' - , ' - 435-Y -'gs A iv mms ,11g1'?i hun!!! W " fi 't' - , Ja f 'H H t . ' m gm fin,-1j,:1,jVgT1Qi.L,m K 31 1 .f4-, W , U 3 "Y" wi'-M . ':L,i,fft,f,,::VY, ,-,.V. T , 4 4. , X is f . ws QM "-er--f"'2'M"""' 'uiffiitf-Mt"""' Y" I I , ,. , x I af A Z Q It ,. I I ' A ""5 Sim V1 Q! f ' , ft "tf" j J f' 'LQ ftte My , - .ff V View of the City from the Guest House. Nwiisssx.. .X x K nhl "You bought a WHAT ?" "Whadaya meang "No bars"? 51 'S THE CREVV'S CHRISTMAS PARTY AND SSN ,, ,- - ' Exec . H533-story" session led by the good O1 This corner was crowded all night. 2 +-- x, 'JS Q "-49-38-62-93" 'Whose number will be called? And what do we have here? You're right! the Crew's Christmas Party. I wonder how you guessed. This was a wild two night affair of fun The . party was sponsored by the Recreation Committee who gave away twenty-five door prizes each night! Our Captain's wife, Mrs. Bono drew the winning tickets from a hat. There was food, drinks, darts, and other entertainment available to all. All went well with the exception of a few MILD fsay it softlyl hangovers the morning after. "sv , fx "I won 'WI-lAT??! ' " 1- , K "Come and get it!! A PARTY FOR THE LOCAL CHILDREN For two days the "Duckie-Doo" gave parties for over a hundred of the local children. They were taken on a tour of the ship and treated to ice cream and cake and watched cartoons. Al Jacobs RMSN was our brave ngantau for the part1es. Q , fm:-m21.w-fwev 4 A ,, M 4 Quite a crowd! ! 6902 im V5 fi C l . Ice cream and cakes for all . . followed bY am S 4 . n"!--"' "Santa and his flock. " 53 I -uw. .1 fc S CHRISTMAS . - 1 d 'th HOLIDAY ROUTINE the order of the day. Christmas found us at Bahrain IS an' .W1 . fabulous meal for the Crew' The Commissary Dept. went "all out 111 Pfepaflng a 2 rw Q- f f W It I think I'm missing a turkey! ! ! f 2 I' 15 - Mff f 4 . 3 9 5 Q 'K u "mmm . . . mmph! ! !" Let's see . . . What can I Sample now? f Wm 54 The Recreation Committee provided free cigarettes and cigars for everyone. "Help yourself! " AT BAHRAIN The Postal Clerk was a very popular and busy man during the month of December, even more so than usual. Receiving "Care" packages from home and sending out the crew's home- Ward bound Christmas gifts to the ones that they think of most. We'll all try to be at home next Christmas! Q 'Fix , .4 A , ,... ' ' Formal dress for the leading mess cook. Everything ready? . . . Dinner for the Crew! if y 5 p C ff x A 55 l ll in Stripes" but for those of you who don't, the some of the "lifers" on board may fecognizefhose P ' f' th e - h f Y are - OFFICER W-1 . Ch1ef Cobb was one o e many m n 111 t e leet that W the str1pes of a WARRANT I I ebogn WIO' Program. efe vanced in the first year of the NHVY S 1' From: Secretary of the Navy To: D. L. Cobb, ENC . . . . . as of 1 January 1966 . . . . . . You shall hold the rank of Warrant Officer Machinist . . . I do solemnly swear Congratulations, MISTER Cobb. 56 -w HGIVIEWARD BCUND Out of the night, Oh What a sight! ,Its that AVP, GREENWICH BAY All the way from the U, S. A. WE GET RELIEVED Turn-about is fair play, so the G. B. has returned to be the COMIDEASTFOR flagship. As far as can be determined, this is the first time the SACK has been passed in the dark of night. We also set some- what of a new record by transferring the staff, with all of their belongings, in less than two hours. And away we go! Next stop: Beirut, Lebanon fafter we transit the Suez Canal, of course! Q. 'gut , ' - , fi w, K nf, U ' Q .sf ff , 5 , , Z """'f"""""" gs m S y g g U A Q !,,...,,...N: X ,, , X I , ,fa ,X , 0, - -Y'."ii Sy ' -4-:rg-:qw f ffgfv' ' Am 1 A a t 'S 'TSW -1 -f --1'1'fm-A s.f,:f-9",a:ip 3 f , L 1 --"-Q -.......-fu 3, XM I -. ,,,, . .., W , A , wi , 4 QW, V 27X . s 1 f ' .... 4' '., "Z 7 W' Y l Q 5 I ....... ...., Y ..,,,...., I U 4. In .rs -M 3 They don't look too happy, "The G.B. 'S here! !" We are HAPPY, See us smile wie X , . .ll 58 XX The shoe is on the other foot this time! ' I . . , V -tw Thls 1S one worklng-party W "VW t "' t Idon't mind" 9 X K L W it V All gone ! if. """ HBONG BONG W ,,,, . W we-W,..,,w,V BONG BONG, . Staff depart1ng" I-leave I-Io! THE SU EZ CANAL . w f Port Suez .4 ,,,,:i,,..M "' 4 A ' 'Q ' MQ 4 .W A X - by . ,J f, 1,4 ...Y . ...WV V f- lj'.'4ggf w. . . , ' m, M 7..Zw.t,,j me-,M .fwjw A 'X X 6 . M , W VW. 'U X- me .x,f,,gw pw A 5 V f ,, ff M , The entrance to the W , X ', , 75 ww,wf.x7vW5"5QWfMwh 5 X' ,W V K W VJS?f Auf, fp? ws? Ms-fx 4 ' f5'W'ff2f n f f V f .. 1 X ,,, W V I V W k X , I ,, Xi V, K, .Q We e ue a ana . f ,A , h M V A ,, ff... 43--VV - ' f gg .Aw we t 4 wf f wi .tv f sf ff WV if WAWWWM-wwwf ff f' ,, V ,ff f 2.7 , ,v Vw M- W ,M I fysyffiwfx A S' A 1 ?f ,xs ,, - 2 we fwv, wi ff ef ff! .' - 2 , V . , fw -,fn ,f,. wmf V! ,Q new ,Qx A .sv 1 -' germ.,-46 4 W wwf' Qs, V, W 5 7 .Q , - X- ! , , gf , M W 0 0 f 1 7 v 1 f XM -, -mf '- A 15970 Nj? ff . I f 4 M 7 7 f KX I mf ff f it M WWW ,M " 'V' we awww X V 4 Af X . ,W.. If ,fm 'MM V f W V " -Wfmff ey Y by 4 . f :, 'Q -' 4' we ,VW V 'V' ,f".,w M7-we-'M X- W Sunset at Bitter Lake in ,W.. 7 0 , Q, wfeyhy QQKQWQW 0.392 Vs X 4 X m.,W,,fft-,,W.fXW4.. WN.,W,ztVWmw g WWMM,W,f WM00 ,f,fff the middle of the canal. V ,tx Ze me , AN . . , M V Q .0 .4375 ,MQ-. ,.,, t ' ' I . H ,yn LJ If , wc: 5 J" ,A 'f V I ,Q .1 It 1, ge-:.f,.'N:V,, "frat-1, ,,2..V.r"4 ..fr5'f3- 'wx I I--we -V V V -XM V . ' 4' , ,,,4.?t-W-W..t..fw X, .X wr wwwmww' f. .. . fi ,, fxgiw, N7 N! t N4 V- A V A' W .V m.f..Mm.V.t ,,.M.t W. A .,,. 59 THE DUXBURY BAY POETRY CORNER Each time one of the "Great White Fleet" relieves one another as Fl sh' Commander Middle East Force, old custom has it that ag 1p poems oi greeting are exchanged. In july, 1965, we relieved the USS GREENWICH BAY QAVP-411, whereupon she sent us a message of greeting and we returned the favor. In january, 1966, the GREEN WICH BAY was right back to relieve us as flagship and we, happy to see her, sent our little message of welcome. From the DUXBAY -- July 1965: The DUCKY DOO is on its way To relieve the harried Greenwich Bay. So stop your crying, dry your tears, You'll soon be back at the DESSUB Piers. Across the pond and through the Med We've dieseled our way to the sea that's red, swam in Palma, toured in Greece, drank in Lisbon, then rested in peace. We'll be there shortly in Port Suez with a tassel hanging from our Turkish Fez to relieve you of your burdens great, take on the Staff and await our fate. We'll have plenty of liberty -- the kind that's rare, in places like jidda and Sir Aub nu Air. It'1l be hot with no women, no rum, and no wine, but having the stadd makes everything fine. So you go on home, sandy white Greenwich Bay, We've come for our tour and a six month stay. Back to Norfolk -- fun and games for you, To Admin inspections and materials too. We hope FLOT FOUR makes you cry 'till you laugh, And wish you were back out tending the Staff. By: ENS Mitchell Bender, USN Fred Wise, YNC, USN From the GREENWICH BAY -- july 1965: Ahoy good ship called Duxbury Bay, Rejoice with us on this great day. We P338 the sack, to you our relief, . as we depart from the Middle East. We trust you had a pleasant journey which to us, seemed like an eternity. The Sight .Of .Y01-1, has made us glad, 9-Hd deep 1ns1de even a little sad, 60 We did our job and did it well, and to many firends, we must bid farewell. The Greenwich Bay has shown you how, So the number one team, now takes it's bow. We give you MIDEASTFOR and his barge, and wish you luck, to take you far. As time goes by, you may have gripes, Which will disappear, ar the Crypt at nights. Plan your work and work the plan, And yougll have everything well inhand. Take good care of COMIDEASTFOR team For whom we have so much esteem. We accept your relief and give you the sack: Will see you in March, when you get back. God Speed, smooth seas and fair weather: Good luck on your new ende avor. And finally, from DUXBAY -- january 1966: Greetings old sister, officers and crew, Having you relieve us is indeed something new. We are happy to see you all shiny and white, Like a vision of Allah as you steamed into sight. It's been nearly six months, but we knew you'd come back To take on the Staff, the barge and the sack, To take up patrol in the land of the sun, . To cruise with the Flag and have lots of fun. But if wine, women and song seem to be your delight, Then you're in for a hell of a plight. For here in the East we drink only beer, And women and song, there's neither one here. Our job is won, and now it's your turn. While we head for cool waters, you'll sweat and you'll burn We've worked long and hard, served the Staff at our best, The sack is now yours as we head for our best. A word of advice as we start this last trip: Be proud of your work, be proud of your ship. Bend to the task as we leave you behind: Be fair to the Staff, and they'll treat you in kind. By: Ronald Savage, RM3 61 BEIRUT Beirut, Lebanon, "The Gateway to the Middle East." We arrived in the evening of Ian. 25th and left during the early morning hours on the 30th. This gave us five days of touring, shopping, and night- clubbing. There was really so much to do and see in Beirut, that it all couldn't begin to be crammed into our five day stay. Beirut is a large, industrial city on the coast of Lebanon. U n Graceful bridges, winding roads . And over there f ,,r,,.,,a., Lf , . ., V' - ,- ..-.....-..,...f-- .-f.,..-- H a' . . .,,. I A :IW Y V' f ,lr- 'ri ,xiii ,W ' ' - i-' ' at ,l,,. k, WN I 'diff 72" Xl , Tiff TH :ff p---- -ren 444' Tourists, businessmen and shoppers all cro d th w , downtown city streets. e Lebonesc countrysldc. 62 iv: , , Q W ,L W- .. ...W 'QL M KN lx l . ff s W, X 2 lg s X X Q, -1, wi. N 1 X 3 sims-QNX-6.1-.,,NlKx . Martyrs' Square in central Beirut lk. Beautiful beaches and calm Waters make the coast At Byblos the oldest city in the World line a tourists paradise , Several tours were offered to the Holy Land, a chance of a lifetime There was skiing and ice skating for our Winter sportsmen and for our summer-fun lovers there was everything from golf to sailing There is an American University in Beirut which was responsible for much of our recreation For example, the Duxbury Bay's cham- Plonship touch football team played the university's team of go -getters, and We suffered a 56 -O loss and one fractured foot But the Team claims that if they had the opportunity, the next game would only be half as bad 63 1 I L1 ESPANA 1 5 Q if ,, , i w.is"siyW,Sf K ix f f if ' qv.:-. at , A... .A , -Qi, X 57' I' " ' ff ,M 7 ' gm! If-4' f 1? , 'AW' ' ' 57 I - IWW J X f. MQ , , r .. ,.' 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At least half of our salty W gg gil, ,ifjigkh . , , il yr ig 'I V l.. .,,,i..,. 1 - Q ID' 3,..,, Z, , 2, mf ,L , it , , .,,. l , f' VJQQN 4.7 ,, K ,,,, H - yn 17f'W " "ff' ,im M ,,fi:,ix tgp! l ,I ,, W, . T X Q ,,., L. ,,,,, .if W 64 seagoers took the opportunity at F1 hand and Went on a couple of daysiii leave. Many went to the beautiful! city of Granada. Most of our Duckiif Doo sailors Went to a small city ini the suburbs of Malaga called 1 Torremolinos which provided nightq life galore. Also many took horse-Hn' back tours through the mountains sg taking in the fresh scents and .,, beauties of the Spanish country- -1' side and viewing from above, the jagged shoreline of the Mediter- ff' ranean. its CGSTA DEL SOL Malaga during the summer months is a Spanish Riviera and a camera bugs paradise. But even during the Winter months there is much to do and see. Malaga, too, is a movie making center. A few of us were fortunate enough to see a movie-in-making for the first time. 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M What will his Wife say about this? 70 49 0,4 Q?" 673 Inks? M . 4, A long awaited reunion for all concerned! V ff V: A I ff , f f f CQWKVZ I fv sf 7 2 X f ff , M N1 HB5 MW Nmhg, 'Cie AZ Q v v'Q?2 ,,a,,',f ,.: WORK, , PLAY, 'QW fa 1 f of 2 Qi .eg f ,f y I... ,,,y W '9f4.s:.", 5, W, ,f af . We -Q Q f YW . VXA! WMKOMW OR JUST PLAIN RELAXATION On this and the succeeding four pages, are various moments during the cruise When the photographer happened to catch the crew in dif- ferent candid poses. The Great White Hunter shows off some souveniers of Mombasa. One of Major I-Ierbert's classes in Hand-to-Hand Combat. "Oh, my aching back!" Z .. U - fr. Q wwe X 72 Ni Tearing the old house down, The whitewash gang. , MMA! I ,W G "Hey Joe! just one pint at a time !" , W rg ,,.,, M , , , ,W ,W X W fr ff , gg, , wuz ,f" ' .i ww While in Bahrain, the Ameri- can Mission Hospital asked for help in their remodeling and renovation program. Materials were available, but labor was nonexistant. The crew of the Ducky Doo pitched right in and Worked from dawn to dusk and in three days it was all done. Also, when blood was needed, the Ducky Doo Was always among the first to Volunteer. Mother Murphy There's dirty work afoot! Checker Champs 'Sk I' ! ,Ns5"'N-.W , H 74 XX Ai , Q Q Y . U Gyky ' las.-H ' Vw Nix N ax "k5" S,, Viv X Qx, ffff ' 1 .Wg X , E ':'m"s,'Z ?M N . fda. a f X W mo ' 1,1 l l' 'I f l QW QW. MM ff W Ai? Z nf 1 A., Z , ik Nh Nw 1 on QWNNQ Our DK practices his computa... tions and powers of calculation, ll How come this never works right?" l V 2 A 'I'd say she s gomg to pa close aboard " "Push them all. It's playmg free"' vff s '11 -' fsfwv QQ A . f FS t ,il K X ZZ W 4 sw Y ' X cf J . 4 2: UWM Elf: 'T K k , 49 if-X WA , , X X K Xm JM " f w Q Z vifx yi MQ, Alachnowicz, Edward A Allen, Billy Bafia, Kurtiss J. Bas, Bobby V. Bikowski, Joseph J. Blanton, Richard L. Bonner, Jimmy S. Boyle, James M. Briggs, Kenneth E. Brown, Earl G. Brown, John Brown, Roger D. Burkhalter, Gary Carnrite, Walter S. Cheney, Willard C. Cinfici, James D. Clanton, James M. Clark, Michael N. Clarke, John A . Cobb, Dwight L. Cole, Curtiss C. Collingham, Robert D. Connolly, Robert L. Coyle, Stephen F. Davies, John F. Davis, Merrill R. Delagarde, Edward DeLong, Gary W. Dick, Charles E. Diller, James R. Dilocker, Byron D. Eaves, Avis B. Ellor, Robert R. Erdman, Pat A. Ervin, Grant A. Falbo, Alexander R. Falvy, Daniel J. Fox, William S. Fricke, Oliver G., lll Fullum, Jerry J. Gadd, Earl W., Jr. Gass, Kenneth T., Jr. Gessner, Randall C. Ginglardi, Arthur P. Girard, Richard L. Gonzales, Albert J. Gore, Barry L. Gosselin, Robert E. Grace, Johnnie E. Gregory, William A. Grimaldi, Donald M. Gustafson, Samuel H. Hadley, James P. SHIP'S COMPANY CS2 SHZ SA SD3 BNI2 QM1 ENFN SK2 FA FN SD3 RM3 SA ETN3 FA GMG1 EN1 FA EM2 ENC MR2 ll SA SN FA FN SI-I3 SA FA SN SFM2 RM2 MM2 RMSA RD3 FA EM3 YN3 SN SK3 EN2 FTG1 SN SFM3 FA ENFN SN SA BM3 RM2 SN SN EN1 HM3 Hamblin, Russell F. EN3 Harrell, Harvey E. HMC Harris, Clifford A. FN Hartman, William T. GMGSN Harvey, WilliardW. lll SN Hendron, Richard R. YN3 Hensley, Douglas T. SN Herrell, David A. ETN2 Hoffman, David G. SA Holsten, Philip R. DC3 Horne, Billy K. DC3 Howard, John J. SM1 lmperato, Anthony F. , Jr. SN Jacobs, Alvin H. RMSN Judson, Lyle C. ETRSN Kennedy, Jeffrey G. RD3 Kopeikin, Tony V. ETN3 Kyle, George L. SKSN Lamb, Morrill D. MM3 Lapistora, Nestor T. TA Leishman, Alan G. SN Lovald, Ronald G. SN Lovell, Gorden, J. SN Lindsay, Maurice L. RMC Lynch, Gary M. FN MacDonald, John A. EN2 Malinsky, Joseph M. SK1 Martin, Clarence W. EN3 Masiello, Domenick M. FA Matthews, Bobby P. SA Medlin, Charles D. FN Menghini, Patrick P. ICFN Miller, James L. SA Miller, William E. FN Miner, William H., ll YN3 Mitchell, Norman SN Moorhouse, Henry F . EMC Morris, William K. MM3 Mungovin, Michael S. RM2 Murphy, David E. PN2 Nedelsky, Joseph J. RMSN Neglerio, Julian G. TN Neighbours, Gordon M., Jr. RD2 Newman, Raymond C. RD2 Newton, William E. SA Nickerson, Richard L. SN Nixon, Edward ETR3 O'Connor, William J. DK1 Ogrodnik, Chester A. FN Olipas, Rodolfe T. TA Patrick, Marvin L. CSC Perry,'Victor E. AG2 Pettigrew, Ray P. EN1 77 Thinney, Michael "O" Pineda, Celestino P. Pitts, Eddie W. Postens, Robert R. Potter, Jay M. Queer, James F. Quesenberry, William D. Radford, Lawrence J. , III Rasche, Michael D. Rasco, Lloyd C. Rich, Daniel F. Rochefort, George A . , Jr. Rodriquez, Angelo Roelke, Blaine F. Rose, Edward C. Russell, Paul R. Sains, Pedro P. Savage, Ronald W. Schield, Kenneth E. Schroyer, Richard D. Sergent, John F. Shelton, Fred H. Shinn, Thomas Smith, Arthur H. Smith, Ernest H. Tarasovitch, Andrew Thomas, Stacy G. Jr. Vanage, Joseph P. Vaughan, Dean R. Verdeja, Jose S. Walker, Willie Walter, Harry P. Ward, Travis L. Warren, Charles A. Wells, Kent E. Wentling, Urban C., Jr. Wiggins, Frank M. Wise, Frederick P. Wysong, David H. Yanok, George, Jr. Zamora, Renaldo CDR Vernon C. Bono LCDR David K. Dimmick LCDR James G. Arnold LT Warren L. Heise LT Richard E. Teeter LTJG David B. Vellenga LTJG Robert L. Campbell ENS Carroll F. Brown ENS Mitchell H. Bender ENS Ziba F. Graham ENS John F. Downey ENS Louis J. Cimo IC3 TN EN2 BT2 F TGSA SN FA SA EN3 ENF N SFM3 DC 1 SN EM3 SA SN SD 1 RM2 BM3 FA FN FA PH2 ETC EN3 SN BM1 QM3 GMG2 SN SD1 SN BMC Pcs EM2 FA css YNC ETN3 Rnc SA THE CRUISE - Man hours Worked Salaries Paid Money Orders Sent Letters sent home Hours Steamed M1165 Steamed Shots Fired QNone n Meals Served Food Consumed PLUS IN BRIEF Over 200, 000 Over ss54, 000. 00 1,320 41, 000 Over 3,100 Over 31,000 QAround the World, and then somej 2, 765 118, OOO 4, 990 gallons of milk 12, 650 loaves of bread 4, 492 pounds of butter 35, OOO pieces of cake 65, 576 eggs 158, 336 cups of coffee 850 gallons of paint were used Our Corpsmen jabbed us with needles 1 O09 times Over two million cigarettes were smoked . . . Over 67, O06 pounds of laundry Were Washed and too many other items to mention. ' 1 78 CRUISE BGOK STAFF FRED WISE, YNC A EDITOR VK A i AMW, ,. 5, AA, , vs, If 0 , ' ' Y ' Z - f if f . .pf el 1 , , f f' . f 1 , . 1 I , -1 it i my N- V Q.. I -.g ,, V -,Q X P -..,,,M 2 w - -----............--"'- yflQjgW ' Q a V TOM SI-IINN, PI-I2 BILL MINER, YNSN - ANDY TARASOVITCI-I, SN PHOTOGRAPHY, LAYOUT, - COPY LAYGUT, COPY The staff appreciates the cooperation Of the entire crew in producing this book and especially the assistance Of C. WARREN, PC3 and B. BAS, SD3. 79 V an ao' 6 :Z ffl 1 1 J flux' ,I JVORFQLK -' Q usao 4' ,jf A J . R A ff xx K 9 Q --- 'Cb Cx, ve, In F Q oo N .nv 50146703 K 3 30' A ,f.. Q . ....... ...,.,..,. wp .. ,n,., ,,,,.,.. KW W X f fic, J 1 . 1 Q - 21 Q 40' X! VK N5 230' 'sw ' ' 2 S3 50' fi, H 1 f Z Q X95 ,K , X Cf Y mm Q 'N - -- .. we 65' f' ' IISTAAIB ' 2 Q , . X 3 . 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