Halsey (CG 23) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1993

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Fleet Admiral William F. Halsey, Jr. United Staes Navy 1882-1959 Fleet Admiral Halsey was born in Elizabeth, New Jersey, October 30, 1882, the son of Captain William F. Halsey, USN, and Anne Brewster Halsey. He was appointed to the U.S. Naval Academy in 1900 and graduated in February 1904. After graduation. Admiral Halsey served in many capacities ranging from Naval Attache to ship commands. Much of his early career during and subsequent to World War I was devoted to commanding destroyers. In 1935, at the age of 52, he won his wings and designated a Naval Aviator. The succeeding years brought to the forefront of his time-tested command abilities and saw Admiral Halsey commanding first the USS SARATOGO and later the South Pacific area where he tioggedly set about and succeeded in routing enemy forces from Guadalcanal and the Solomon Islands. In June 1944, Admiral Halsey assumed command of the Third Fleet and was designated commander of the Western Pacific Task Force. Beginning in August 1944, his forces left a trail of enemy ruin and destruction in Palaus, Philippine, Formosa (Taiwan), Okinawa and the South China Sea, and decisively defeated enemy sea and air force operations in the Western Carolines and the Philippine Islands. In the final phase of the war in the Pacific, Admiral Halsey ' s Third Fleet participated in the Okinawa Campaign, and later his first carrier task forces proceeded northward and struck at Tokyo in July 1945. In November 1945, Admiral Halsey relinquished command of Third Fleet which had exemplified his slogan: ' ' Hit Hard, Hit Fast, Hit Often " . Fleet Admiral Halsey retired from active duty in December 1946. Admiral Halsey died and was buried with full military honors on August 20, 1959 in Arlington National Cemetery.

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FORMER COMMANDING OFICERS CAPT. H. H. ANDERSON CAPT G. W. RINGENBERG CAPT J. J. LEBOURGEOIS CAPT V. L. MURTHA CAPT W. E. HARPER, JR. CAPT J. D. NOLAN CAPT W. R MCCAULEY CAPT S. J. HOSTETTLER CAPT R. R. TARBUCK CAPT R. L. WYATT CAPT R D. MOSES CAPT D. R. CONLEY CAPT R. D. PACEK CAPT G.A. KLEIN, III JUL 1963 - OCT 1964 OCT 1964 - SEP 1965 SEP 1965 - JUL 1967 JUL 1967 - OCT 1968 OCT 1968 - DEC 1969 DEC 1972 - NOV 1974 NOV 1974 - MAR 1977 MAR 1977 - MAY 1979 MSY 1979 - MAY 1981 MAY 1981 - MAY 1983 MAY 1983 - AUG 1985 AUG 1985 - JAN 1988 JAN 1988 - SEP 1989 SEP 1989 - APR 1992 SHIP ' S STATISTICS Built by San Francisco Naval Shipyard Keel Laid 25 August 1960 Launched 15 January 1962 Commissioned 10 July 1963 Placed " Out of Commission, Special " 4 November 1971 Recommissioned 16 December 1972 Length Overall 533 Feet Beam 54 Feet 10 Inches Displacement 8,300 Fully Loaded Draft 24.5 Feet Speed In Excess of 30 Knots Propulsion Steam Turbined - 85,000 Shaft Horsepower Twin Propellers



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In 1959, tlie United States Congress authorized construction of DLG 23, a LEAPT! ' Class Destro er. Tliis ship, later named after illustrious and aggressi ' e Fleet Admiral William F. (BULL) FiALSE Y, would, through her successful ser dce to her countr , li ' e up to he legacy ' of the man for whom she was named. On the 25th of September 1959, San Francisco Na ' al Ship ' ard was awarded the contract to build DLG 23, wliich was to be named ill honor of Fleet Admiral FLA.LSEY who had died that ' ear Work steadily progressed and onjanuar) ' 15, 1962, DLG 23 was cliristened " HALSEY " , by two of FADM Halsey ' s granddaughters, Mrs. Spruance Denahm and Miss Jane Halsey, witli a tliird granddaugh- ter. Miss Ann Halsey, actiiig as Maid of Honor. On the third of Februar ' 1963, ILALSEY ' s prospecti ' e Com- mandiiig Officer, Captain Herbert, H. Ancierson, reported aboard for dut ' . Finalh ' , after three ' ears, coi " istruction was completed on July 8, 1963 aiid 1:L- LSE ' was commissioned onJiay2ai963. HALSEY departed San Francisco on November 25, 1963 for ASW tests and acoustical noise sur -eys. Completing these tests, she arrived in her new homeport of San Diego, December 11, 1963 aiid she was honored with a " Welcome Aboard " ceremony, hosted b ' USS Hammer (DD 718). HALSEY became Destro ' er Squadron Se ' en ' s newest member and was placed in DESDR ' 71, with the Hamner, Buck and Powell. Shortly after joirdng the Fleet, HALSEY had occasion to pro e her .-Vnti-Air Warfare prowess when she acted as screen commai der in a special Sea Power demonstration for tlie Secretary " of the Na ' } ' . HALSEY participated in her first large scale Fleet exercise. Union Scjuare, o ' er a 10 day period, from September 28, to October 6, 1964. The ver ' next day, HALSEY saw her first Change of Command as Captain George W. Ritigenberg took command. Three months after assimung command, Captairi Ringenberg took HALSEY and her crew and departed home and famil - for her first major Western Pacific Deploxment (WTST-PAC). In addifion, to duties as rescue destro ' er and Anti-Submarine Warfare assignnients, she employed her ad ' anced Combat Information Center (CIC) and endurance on station, to conduct AAW operations. For her ser ice, FIALSEYeanted the Armed Forces Expeditionar - Medal. She returned home to San LHego in August of 1965. After refiimirig fiom West-Pac, Captain J.J. LeBourgeois became FIALSEY ' s tliird commanding officer on September 10, 1965. HALSEY departed on Juh ' 2, 1966 for what was to be a er - exentftil and noteworthy second deplo Tiient. Arri ing on station in the Gulf of Tonkin, FIALSEY was assigned to the Southern Search and Rescue (S AR) station, oft " the coast of North ' ieti " iam. Tlie first of HALSEY ' s rescues came on the 18tii of August when LCDR Demitrio erich had to parachute ftom his damaged F-8C Cmsader, oft ' the Nortli letiiam shore. Witiiin tl-iree minutes, HALSEY ' s helo proceeded to the scene and

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