Hamner (DD 718) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1961

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CRAIS ip E 'Y ,I V IN I I H I .. ,I ,, C..C HAWVER GM3, REEDER MMI, BERGEN DC2, FLOYD SMSN, COON BM2 AND KRIENKE SOG2 ABSENT! LORD FTC FREDERICK H. LORD FTC - CHAIRMAN CECIL E, FOSS YN1 - SECRETARY DURING THE HAMNE CREATION CO R'S WESTPAC CUUISE, THE ALTRUISTIC RE- MMITTEE COMPOSED OF THE FOLLOWING SENIOR PETTY OFFICERS AND SELECTED REPRESENTATIVES: F. H. LORD FTC, J. L-- REEDER MM1, C. E. FOSS YN1, RICHARD L. FERGUSON RDI, S. E- DERENBURGER SH2, R. C, BERGEN DC2., J. "M" COON BM2, G- A- KRIENKE SOG2, E. W. HAWVER G .EULOGISTICALLY IN REGARD M3 AND F. FLOYD SMSN PERFORMED TO SEEING THAT THE ITIAIIVINER CREW HAD AMPLE RECREATION DURING THEIR OFF-DUTY HOURS. JUST A FEW OF THEIR MANY ACCOMPLISHMENTS WERE: A ROARING AND LOQUACIOUS BEER BUST AT GAB--GAB BEAC RIOUS SHIP'S PARTY AT THE EM CLUB IN H IN GUAMg A GREGA- KAOHSIUNG, TAIWANg AND Y WITH EUPHONIC MUSIC AT THE WINDJAMMER PO CLUB IN YOKOSUKA, JAPAN. IN ADDITION TO ALL FOR THE T PROCU LAST BUT NOT LEAST, A SHIP'S PART PREREQUISITES AND FINAL PARTY ARRANGEMENTS I-IREE HAMNER PARTIES, THE RECREATION COMMITTEE RED FOR THE USE OF THE WHOLE CREWQ MOVIE SCREENS , SPEAK- ERS TO IMPROVE THE SOUND OF MOVIES IN TI-IE MESS DECK AND NU- MEROUS ARTICLES OF ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT. THE R ECR-EATION COMMITTEE THE ENLISTED HABITABILI ALSO TOOK ON COLLATERAL DUTIES OF TY BOARD AND THE CRUISE BOOK COMMITTEE. - ... , . ' 1 .10 - 3-F - - F' -1r49s:.:m:5:1r!'I."DY!5' . USS HAMNER THE USS I-IAIVINER IS A LONG HULL GEARING-CLASS DESTROYER. SHE WAS BUILT IN PORT NEWARK, NEW JERSEY, AND LAUNCHED 24 NOVEMBER 1945. THE SHIP HAS MADE TWELVE FAR EASTERN CRUISES. DURING THE KOREAN ACTION THE HAMNER TOOK PART IN THE BOM- BARDMENT OF THE EASTERN COAST OF KOREA, PARTICIPATED IN THE LANDINGS AT INCHON, AND THE EVACUATION OF HUNGNAM. THE SHIP WEARS THE CHINA SERVICE MEDAL, NAVY OCCUPATION SERVICE WITH ASIA CLASP, KOREAN SERVICE MEDAL WITH FIVE COMBAT STARS, THE WORLD WAR II VICTORYMEDAL, THE NATIONAL DEFENSE SERVICE MEDAL, THE UNITED NATIONS SER- VICE MEDAL, AND THE KOREAN PRESIDENTIAL UNIT CITATION. DURING THE SUBSEOUENT "PEACE- FULH YEARS , THE I-IAMNER HAS, WITH OTHER SHIPSAOF THE PACIFIC FLEET, BUSIED HERSELF ON THE EASTPAC-WESTPAC CIRCUIT . COM- BAT-READY, SHE HAS PERFORMED WELL HER MISSION IN THE FLEET. HENRY R. HAMNER LT HENRY R. HAMNER, USN, KILLED IN ACTION IN APRIL, 1945 , LENT HIS NAME TO THIS DESTROYER CHRISTENED LATER THAT YEAR. LT HAMNER, A NAVAL ACADEMY GRADUATE, RECEIVED HIS COMMISSION IN 1943 . SUBSEQUENTLY HE SER- VED ASAN INSTRUCTOR AT HARVARD OFFICERIS NAVALTRAINING SCHOOL AND WAS STATIONED BRIEFLY AT NORFOLK, VIRGINIA. SEA DUTY FOLLOWED ON THE USS I-IOWORTH. ABOARD THE DESTROYER, LT HAIVINER TOOK PART IN THE MOROTAI LAND- INGS, THE WESTERN NEW GUINEA CAMPAIGNS , THE PHILIPPINE LIBERATION, THE IWO JIIVIA INVASION, AT THE LANDING AT OKINAWA. OFF OKINAWA, ON 6 APRIL 1945, THE HOWORTH WAS AT- TACKED BY SIX JAPANESE KAIVIIKAZE AIRCRAFT. . LT HAIVINER , THEN GUNNERY OFFICER ,CONTROLLED HIS BAT- TERIES WITH SUCH SKILL THAT FIVE OF THE PLANES WERE DE- STROYED. THE SURVIVING PLANE CRASHED INTO THE DIRECTOR , KILLING LT HAIVINER . HE WAS POSTHUIVISOULY AWARDED THE SILVER STAR FOR GALLANTRY IN ACTION. 7,7- EJ. V .an COMMANDER HAROLD E. STEWART, U.S, NAVY HAROLD E. STEM'-'ART, COMMANDER, U.S. NAVY, COMMANDING OFFICER USS HAMNER CDD-7183 WNAS BORN IN O'I7'O, NORTH CAROLINA ON 15 OCTOBER 1916. HE ENLISTED IN THE NAVY ON I6 OCTOBER 1935 AND SERVED ABOARD TI-IE USS CALIFORNIA FOR EIGHT YEARS AS A GUNNER'S MATE. IN APRIL 19.41 HE XVAS TRANSFERRED TO THE USS WOOLS EY CDD-4375 AND WAS ADVANCED IN RATE TO CHIEF GUN.. NER'S MATE. IN SEPTEMBER 1943 HE XVAS COMMISSIONED AN ENSIGN, U.S. NAVY, AND FROM THEN g UNTIL FEBRUARY 19.17 SERVED AS ASSISTANT GUNNERY OFFICER AND GUNNERY OFFICER ABOIARD THE WOOLSEY. A AFTER A TEN MONTH TOUR AS ASSISTANT GUNNERY OFFICER AT ATLANTIC RESERVE FLE3 IN CHARLES- TOXVN , S .C . , COMMANDER STEX'-'ART AT1'ENDED DUKE UNIVERSITN' AS A FIVE-TERM STUDENT . IN OCTQ- BER 1950 HE REPORTED ABOARD THE USS BUCK CDD-7612 AND SERVED AS OPERATIONS OPEICER AND LATER AS CUNNERY OFFICER UNTIL HE WAS DETACHED IN MARCH 1951 . HIS NEXT TOUR OF DUTY WAS ABOARD THE USS CHESTER T. O'BRIEN QDE-4215 I-.HERE HE SERVED AS EXECUTIVE OFFICER AND NAVICATOR . FROG! INIAY 1952 UNTIL SEPTEMBER 195-S HE V-'AS A X'1'EAPON:S INSTRUCTOR AND HE-XD OF WNEAPONS DE- Sf PARTMENT AT OCS, NEVJPORT, R. I. A TOUR A GENERAL LINE SCHOOL, MONTEREY, CALIFORNIA AS A STUDENT FOLLOVIED NEXT . IN JUNE 1955 COMMANDER STEWART REPORTEDASOARD T1-IE USS KNAPP QDD-6533? TO ASSUME DUTIES A AS THE SHIP'S EXECUTIVE OFFICER. THEN IN APRIL 1957 HE V-'AS TRANSFERRED TO FLEET' TRAINING GRGJP, PEARL HARBOR, X'-'HERE HE SERVED AS CUNNERYAND SEAMANSHIP DEPARTMENT HEAD. IN JULY 1959 COMMANDER STEV-'ART ASSUMED COMMAND OF THE USS I-IAMNER QDD-7185, COMMANDER STEWART 15 BIARRIED TO THE FORMER FLORA M INETFE TAYLOR. THEY HAVE TXYO DAUGH- TERS, PATRICIA ANN .AND LORI COMMANDER STEWART PRESENTLY RESIDES IN CHULA VIS-I-A' CALIFORNIA . COMMANDER STEX'-'ART'S DECORATIONS INCLUDE THE NAVY UNIT COMMENDATION, GOOD CONDUCT II-Im ONE STAR, EUROPEAN THEATER X'-'ETH SEVEN STARS AND VARIOUS OTHER C.AMPAIcsN AND SERVICE MED-XLS . LCDR D. L. NEWGARD LCDR H. G. EHLERINGER OFFICERS ff J Q9 i 02 -M.. .2.. -. 1,--1-Q .1, ..'.1,. -... . 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I.-.1.1.M.uz.Ez f L -, ... .xmffar .-E15-551532: I FIRST CLASS PETTY DFFICERS NANCE SF7 BATTE TM7 FIF FO. JOHNSON GMT MORTENSEN GMT CAMERA SHY REGISTER QM? GETGEN CS7 ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT B DIVISION IP? BACK: CHIEF LOUGY, W. I. MILLER, FLYTHE, RICE, DIPIAZZA, C. P. TYLER, RAY, FER- RILL, McKIBBEN, MATHEWS, LTJG FRANKLIN, LTJG REEVES FRONT: TERRILL, DICKEY, T. W. WAGNER, J. C. WHITE, YOHN, GODDARD, VIENNA, HAGANS RUST, LINSON M DIVISION I 7 BACK: CHIEF SIMPSON, TOWLER, RAWLINGS, SMITH, DUVALL, HOLM, KOHLER, CLAUSEN, .A Q If BORA, NORDYLE, KISSLER, TRUEX, FRANKLIN, LTJG REEVES , FRONT: GREEN, CHEATHAM, H. W. HILL. REEDER, DRONGESEN, B. W. JOHNSON, JONES, LITTRELL STEPHANSKI Li .. . - ,, T' U wi, H !5iF,.::..51....'g.'L:-':t3',l41Q 4: L.:F-"1...g2::LL11-,, .... :..1i.2..----'- 1- . 1 I"1-- ..1l" 1 f"" .ff?ZI ,"f'1' !!'if?!-"ff-1'-1'7"rf' 'TTTJ - I -'TU'-',I"""'-' :iff ,rrrxr---:-rf-:ff -- J inf ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT I R nlvrslon -fv-mg....4- -11:-f I. g. I f T I E K. 'P I 1 I I V I I V I R. I I I l if I L' ? I 5 2 5 I f ,!m?'m,lr,3,,,f1.-.,,fI. ,I H BACK: CHIEF OLSON, TAYLOR, WORCESTER, BROADHEAD, LEE, COFFELL, BERGEN NEEDHAM, BRADSHAW, QUINTANA, LTJG BERKOWITZ, LTJG REEVES A FRONT: CHIEF ZOBEL, STANLEY, G. E. BAILEY, WADDELL, PENSINGER, G. E. JOHNSON, SPRAGUE, F. W. ROBERTS 1.. , - I '13- , as F7 2 ,VI , .-xx., Q d xi-511453: ,nil I I . E I 4 S2 5 I ,f UPERATIGNS DEPARTMENT or Division I BACK:LTJG JONES, FERGUSON, MARSHALL, PAGH, CHARLAND, K. J. ROBERTS, LTJG , LYSTER ,I FRONT: SILLS, BURPEE, HOLLEY, DAHLVIK, BLAKE 'I ,. I I zNn DIVISION I ,I Li ,ga WT, ,,,, +L I I BACK: LTJG MULLIN, CHIEF ARMSTRONG, ATKINSON, SCHAFFNER, D. E. BAKER, WALSH, TRIPP, BRYANT, STEINWAND, TRACY, CHIEF LEACH, FOSS, CHIEF McCALL FRONT: YOUNG, .FLOYD, D. D. VARNER, JARVIS, R. C. MILLER, JACOB, ALEXANDER, Mc- gg GWRE .LL , ELLA. ,.m.WWAw Yrf. -0- -,Y - 4--W - - - ' ' " W . -vu , , GUNNERY DEPARTMENT IST DIVISION my 'S',',, , " .,. , . . -, 'LL..1:.L:'u,y Y ALSUP, JACOBSON, RUSSELL, CAYLOR, A. B. TYLER, PEAR, DIONNE, ENS LOCKE FRONT: Y. GARCIA, FENDER, WALKUP, G. W. BAKER, NOLCINI. J. R. SULLIVAN, SHAW. SCHOONOVER, WILHELM, KELLEY OC DIVISION f5qie955a.:zf1zff:f1 -- I BACK: ENS CRAIS, H. A. OSBORNE, WEST, SHREVE, HAWVER, R. O. JOHNSON, McCAULEY CAPPS, CHIEF HUME FRONT: KIRKMAN, KING, STURGILI., R. J. JOHNSON, GREER, SORENSON I I 'Lil fs 2 GUNNERY DEPARTMENT rox mvlslom if If BACK: CHIEF LORD, NULL, BROWNING, PlERCE,ALOERMAN, LEDMAN, REYNOLDS, STAM I POEY, J. S. BAILEY, BATTE ,. FRONT: TOUCHET, MARTINMAAS, BUCKLEY, AULT, TIMBROOKS, GREER, MONTE, BOL- UI I TRES :I , I II I A s mvlslou S? ,J '41 BACK JENSEN WHEATON DERENBURGER GETGEN W G SULLIVAN O R OSBORNE FURLONG YOUNT GRIFFIN McCLURE ENS VARNER FRONT SANDERS TUBON S GARCIA HOY QUIAMBAO LEVINGSTON CORDERO DIMA LIG BUIE PERRY Q, Y M X I I Iv ' ' ' f 4 I fl , 3 , I ,,,,,,. ' I , 'Gm f 1 we A . ' 'Q ' 1 i Bi I I 5 V F I 'Q 'I 'Y' . XMI ' ff ' I I -,.., I I , L , - 55, X y img? Q I 5, f X- A , , V4 A 5: S, ,A mfw. 5 K f I I 1 I 1 ' ' , . . , r I 1 I In I lg - I I - , , , , I - ii I 1 ,711 T 3 I! W PORT OI' CALL COMCRUDESPAC BOARDS PRIOR TO DEPLOYMENT OF HAMNER sAN mnco, CALIFORNIA, I DESDIV III MAKES ALL PREPARATION FOR GETTING UNDERWAY FOR THE WESTERN PACIFIC ON 3 APRIL 67. BA CK HOME AGAIN .41 -' .7 4441! .1.'.1 .- ,'1 . 1, , 1 1 . 1 1-' I' . 11 1 1: 1 1 1 1 1'- .1 . 1 -11. '1 Y. 1 1, 11 '1 1111 13 1. , 75 1 . 11' Ns 1 , 51 1 . Q. 11? li j, . if 1, PL Q. ,, . 1., 1 1 1 I 1 1 I 1 1 Y 1 1 I Q. 1. 1, E, 5 1: L' E 1 ' ' '1 I ,. 1: 13 1 1 1 1 11 11 1 11 1. 1111- 1 -111 111i 1475.155 1 ,' 1,1 1 ,- 1 J- A PORT OF C LL ,11 1 ,,.. 11, -1.. , -H .P H-,, -.fn3n'1!11?7:' 11, PEARL HARBOR HAWAII 08 APR 67 - ARRIVE 1 70 APR 67- DEPART 1 155 '1f1..f9:J.17itiQi111 ' ' 1 1 1' 1 ' ' 1 11 1.1111 1 F 1 1 I .1 1 I1 1, 11 11 1 I 1 11 I11 1 11 1 ,1 1 1 1, 11 ' 1 1 1 1 11 11 I 4 1 fi: ' ? if gf 11:75 ,fx 1 2, , 1 119 1 131 ' 11, 1 1fQwff,1 , , 7 1 1 if 'jk 1 5.-W 1 7 :Q 1- 1 QW' 1 1213227111 1 1 14 I 1 I 1 11 i1 I ' 'SWS 1' fs, 13, .vw - 7 QW fa ft", s2,,' ,E 1-1, ,- , 1255 Zi 1 1 gf 5 S 51 ' ':1 1 i' ' I 11 l 1 11 11 1 I 1 'i,x Law::1f:'2 I 551:4- i amz! .ak HAMNER STEAMS INTO PEARL HARBOR PE RL HARBOR HAWHUI THE SUBMARINE BASE 1 1 1 T f ' ,, 1 ,,,,, ,, f S X , ,, wi , K X ,VA, ff ,gi , , MZ , ,f , A 'Tl-f?,fl: s-'f,F 0 -,Q 31, -- '19, N - U sw my f 7 -17 X 6,7 f -, - 1, --www 1 ff 'J-1 vm? i ,- f' ' '1 1,1 ,, -- gy fm ,X , ,A ::'W1,,K,, , - ?X?i5,ifiZ,,Nvw ZF 'rw - W f if 1, A ff S , -' ' ,IMAX ff' :w3'I'?Qi'i ,M 1 ww ' . ,f .. , ' 7,4101-W, . 1, f " ' ' wwf - 'ffm Qfiywghgs q y,'1w,, g',,gr1wp, 5,5-1 WA-'ag 11- ff,-,Q-W4 . .M fyqgy 1- wav, ,g w,Q-gg-fm awww , 1, Ln - ':,--,A2 N,-awww.: if-11' ,qw--,, 09' A1 ff V 5, f-f' TTMQJQ,--,-I "ff Ziff 'W X 1 1 ' ' Mr" X' - f 217 AUX? f"1'r,,, wff.-115, ,Wi --11V0M. -ff - g XQ5,5VzQ ,Z 1- 'f ss Q42-5 N -- W -X , . fp W nw 1 1 ..,, ww 7 ff -f I1 V ,L , Wy M -W 1 ,1 1. ng , ,- , 1- ,, 1 1 ., 117,11 P5 - Kxf wf-'WWW' ' gf 1,51 0 , x-ff:1f,,,,- . 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I Q 1 E ,ig 1 E I if 3 Q 3 .,. , ,,, 3 --' '- '..1:.' yu - N ,-i 5 5 ' I " 1 ilu: ,kk i 1 I 1 i i 1 1 l , i .,..Q-Q-KIA..-x.L.,,:1 ,Q , A., ., 3 n U Q 9- f 4 l fil my nw Zi 1 is I 1 gi all ,. i, fin fii ,XI I A z fi fm Ei, 2.1 as M, xr IQIISTO THE UNITED STATES DESTROYER HAMNER WAS BUILT BY THE FEDERAL SHIP BUILDING AND DRY DOCK COMPANY, PORT NEWARK, NEW JERSEY AND LAUNCHED 24 NOVEMBER 1945. THE HAM- NER WAS COMMISSIONED ON 12 JULY 1946 AND IMMEDIATELY DEPARTED FOR GUANTANAMO BAY, CUBA FOR THE COMMISSIONING SHAKEDOWN CRUISE. THE HAMNER WAS ORDERED TO THE PACIFIC FLEET VIA THE PANAMA CANAL AFTER ADJUSTING MINOR MATERIAL DEFICIENCIES. UPON REPORTING TO THE PACIFIC FLEET, HAMNER WAS IMMEDIATELY ORDERED TO THE FAR EAST FOR A NINE MONTH TOUR OF DUTY IN CHINA AND JAPAN. RETURNING TO THE STATES FROM WESTPAC, HAMNER PARTICIPATED IN FLEET INTERTYPE ExERCISES AND OPERATED UNDER COM.. MANDER DESTROYER FORCE, PACIFIC FLEET IN SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA FOR SIX MONTHS. UPON COMPLETION OF A ROUTINE OVERHAUL AT PUGET SOUND NAVAL SHIPYARD AND ENSUING UNDERWAY TRAINING AT SAN DIEGO IN OCTOBER 1948 HAMNER IN COMPANY WITH DESTROYER DI- VISION 111, JOINED TASK FORCE 38 ENROUTE FOR THE ORIENT VIA PEARL HARBOR. HAMNER RE'-f MAINED IN WESTPAC FOR SEVEN MONTHS, WITH TSINGTAO THE OPERATING BASE AND RETURNED TO SAN DIEGO IN JUNE OF 1949. DURING THE SUMMER OF 1949 HAMNER PARTICIPATED IN THE ANNUAL NROTC MIDSHIPMAN TRAINING CRUISE IN COMPANY WITH DESDIV 111, AND THE CRUISERS USS TOLEDO AND USS SPRINGFIELD AND MADE THE CRUISE TO PANAMA VIA THE GALAPAGES ISLANDS. IN DECEMBER 1949, HAMNER REPORTED TO MARE ISLAND NAVAL SHIPYARD AT VALLEJO, CALIFORNIA FOR OVERHAUL. DURING THIS PERIOD THE SHIP WAS EQUIPPED WITH NEW THREE INCH GUNS AND IMPROVED RADARS. FOR THE NEXT NINE MONTHS HAMNER OPERATED IN WESTPAC AS A UNIT OF THE SEVENTH FLEET. UPON INITIATION OF HOSTILITIES HAMNER WAS ENGAGED IN BOMBARDING THE EAST COAST OF KOREA IN COMPANY WITH THE HEAVY CRUISER HELENA. DURING THIS TIME SHE PARTICIPATED IN THE EVACUATION OF YONDEK AND THE DEFENSE OF POHANG. IN SEPTEMBER HAMNER JOINEID TASK FORCE 77 AN'D PARTICIPATED IN THE LANDINGS AT INCHON AND THE EVACUATION OF HUNGNAM. IN IVIARCH 1951 HAIVINER IN COMPANY WITH DESDIV III RETURNED TO THE UNITED STATES . DURING THE NEXT SIX MONTHS HAIVINER WAS ENGAGED IN VARIOUS INTERTYPE EXERCISES AND FLEET MANEUVERS, THE SHIP ENTERED LONG BEACH NAVAL SHIPYARD AT TERMINAL ISLAND IN JULY OF 1951 AND RECEIVED AN ADDITIONAL THREE INCH MOUNT AND NEW ASW ORDNANCE, HAMNER AGAIN DEPARTED FOR THE KOREAN THEATER ON I5 OCTOBER 1951. ARRIVING IN WESTPAC HAMNER .IOINED TASK FORCE 77, RESUMING HER POSITION ASA SCREEN UNIT AND PLANE GUARD SHIP. IN MARCH 1952 HAMNER WAS A UNIT OF TASK FORCE 95 AND SPENT FIVE WEEKS ON SHORE BOMBARDMENT OFF THE EAST COAST OF KOREA IN THE VICINITY OF KOJO. THE SHIP WAS TAKEN UNDER FIRE NUMEROUS TIMES BY ENEMY SHORE BATTERIES, BUT NEVER RECEIVED A DIRECT HIT. HAMNER AGAIN RETURNED TO THE UNITED STATES ON 31 MAY 1952 , AI:-I-ER A LEAVE PERIOD HAMNER PROCEEDED IN COMPANY WITH DESDIV 111 FOR ANOTHER OVERHAUL AND UPKEEP. AFTER THIS PERIOD HAMNER OPERATED OUT OF SAN DIEGO UNTIL RETURNING TO THE KOREAN THEATER IN JANUARY OF 1953. DURING THE FIRST TWO MONTHS HAMNER SERVED AS A UNIT OF THE SCREEN OF FAST CARRIER TASK FORCE 77 AND AS SCREEN VESSEL FOR THE HEAVY CRUISER USS LOS ANGELES AT THE BOMBLINE AND THE WONSAN HARBOR. ON 7 JULY, I-IAIVINER RETURNED THE HEAVY FIRE QE SHORE BATTERIES INSIDE WONSAN HARBOR. WHEN THE ARMISTICE WAS SIGNED AND HOSTILITIES CEASED ON 27 JULY 1953 HAMNER WAS ENGAGED IN FURNISHING FIRE SUPPORT FOR GROUND FORCES ON THE EAST COAST OF KOREA AT THE BOMBLINE. SHE REMAINED ON STATION OBSERVING THE TERMS OF THE ARMISTICE UN-I-,L REI-,EVED ON ,- .f-ng, ,Md 3 AUGUST 1953. HAMNER RETURNED TO SAN DIEGO ON 22 AUGUST 1953 AND FLEET EXERCISES AND TYPE TRAINING. ENGAGED IN VARIOUS ONE 12 APRIL 1954 HAMNER GOT UNDERWAY FOR HER SIXTH TOUR IN WESTPAC. SHE STOP.. PED IN PEARL HARBOR FOR ONE MONTH TO CONDUCT GUNNE ING ExERCIS-E. SHE ARRIVED IN YOKOSUKA IN APRIL 1 ENROUTE, RY EXERCISES, AND A MARINE CORPS LAND- 954, HAVING MADE A BRIEF STOP AT MIDWAY WHILE IN. WESTPAC HAMNER VISITED MANY PORTS REMINISCENT OFTHE FORMER TOURS. AMONG THOSE VISITED WERE YOKOSUKA, ATAMI AND SASEBO,JAPANg SUBIC BAY AND MANILA IN THE PHILIPPINES, THE BRITISH GOVERNED PORT OF HONG KONG, AND KAOHSIUNG, FORMOSA. HAM- NER SPENT TWO WEEKS ON KOREAN PATROL JUST BEFORE RETURNING TO THE UNITED STATES . DEPARTING YOKOSUKA IN AUGUST 1954 IN COMPANY WITH DESTROYER DIVISION 111 AND DE- STROYER DIVISION 72 HAMNER ARRIVED IN SAN DIEGO 12 SEPTEMBER 1954. AFTER A FEW DAYS LEAVE AND UPKEEP, THE HAMNER ENTERED LONG BEACH NAVAL SHIPYARD FOR HER ROUTINE BI-I ANNUAL OVERHAUL. RECEIVING IMPROVED RADAR, FIRE CONTROL AND ORDNANCE EQUIPMENT, THE HAMNER LEFT ,THE YARD, RETURNED TO SAN DIEGO AND ENTERED UNDERWAY TRAINING . ON 28 JUNE 1955IN COMPANY WITH DESDIV 111 HAMNER DEPARTED FOR WESTPAC. DUR- ING THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER HAMNER JOINED TASK FORCE 77 FOR OPERATIONS IN KOREAN WA- TERS . THEREAFTER HAMNER ENGAGED IN GOOD WILL TOURS TO MANY FAMILIAR PORTS OF CALL. IN OCTOBER HAMNER PROCEEDED TO TAKE STATION IN THE FORMOSA STRAIT AS A UNIT OF THE FORMOSA PATROL FORC E . AFTER A SHORT STAY IN YOKOSUKA HAMNER RETURNED TO THE UNITED STATES ON 11 DECEM- BER 1955. DURING THE NEXT FOUR MONTHS HAMNER FULFILLED OPERATIONAL COMMITMENTS FOR TYPE TRAINING DESTROYER QUALIFICATIONS AND IN JUNE 1956 HAMNER AGAIN PARTICIPATED IN PACIFIC FLEET TRAINING EXERCISES. ON 13 JULY 1956 HAMNER AS A UNIT OF DESDIV 111 DEPARTED FOR HER EIGHTH TOUR OF DUTY IN THE WESTERN PACIFIC THIS TIME BY WAY OF BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA, WHERE AN UNUSUALLY WARM WELCOME WAS RECEIVED. AFTER SEVERAL MONTHS OFTASK FORCE OPERATIONS FROM JAPANESE AND PHILIPPINE PORTS HAMNER REPORTED' FOR DUTY ON THE TAIWAN PATROL FROM 5 DECEMBER TO 28 DECEMBER 1956. THIS WAS FOLLOWED BY A RECREATIONAL VISIT TO HONG KONG. SEVERAL WEEKS TYPE TRAINING AND DEPARTURE IN LATE JANUARY 1957 FOR HOME PORT SAN DIEGO AND A NAVY YARD OVERHAUL IN LONG BEACH. ON 15 SEPTEMBER 1957 HAMNER COMMENCED HER NINTH WESTERN PACIFIC CRUISE WITH A REPEAT VISIT TO AUSTRALIA. WHILE ENROUTE TO AUSTRALIA HAMNER TOOK PART IN THE HIBISCUS FESTIVAL AT SUVA, FIJI ISLANDS . AFTER FIVE DAYS VISIT AT MELBOURNE HAMNER WAS UNDER- WAY FOR MANUS , ADMIRALITY ISLANDS THEN GUAM , M .I . AND ON TO YOKOSUKA , JAPAN WHERE SHE ENJOYED CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS . DURING THE REMAINDER OF HAMNERIS NINTH WESTERN PACIFIC CRUISE SHE VISITED, WITH DESTROYER DIVISION III, THE FOLLOWING PORTS: BUCKNER BAY, OKINAWA, SUBIC BAY, P.I, , MA- MILA, P.I., HONG KONG, B.C.C., KAOHSIUNG, TAIWAN, DINGALIN BAY, P.I., GUAM, M.I.. MIDWAY ISLAND AND PEARL HARBOR. DURINGTHIS CRUISE HAMNER TOOKV PART IN PATROL DUTY IN THE TAIWAN STRAITS DURING THE PERIOD 16 JANUARY TO 9 FEBRUARY 1958. SHE ALSO TOOK PART IN OPERATION STRONGBACK, A COM- BINED UNITED STATES AND PHILIPPINE NAVY AMPHIBIOUS EXERCISE FROM 23 FEBRUARY TO 3 MARCH 1958. HAMNER ARRIVED IN SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA ON 23 MARCH 1958. THE HAMNER WI-I-I-I WILTSIE CDD-716D AND BENNINGTON CCVA-205 ATTENDED THE IN- TERNATIONAL NAVAL REVIEW AND BRITISH COLUMBIAIS CENTENNIAL IN JULY 1958. ON 15 JULY 1958 PRINCESS MARGARET REVIEWED THE COMBINED FLEETS FROM THE, REVIEW SHIP HMCS CRES- 2'?PPif1FAia1r!":'If, ',' ' u:I.-...gI.. L.CLD.L.,.,.Aq.:L .,....- ..4J-.E4L-...-.L-..4.141.' 1.144-:gBE.,.L'3::g4,.IL: gQ.fiE1f.- 443:153:.'?iLi.-iiizffif 33.1. .B .biziigzti I I I I S 'i I S J F1 I 2 3 E I I Ii I 5 E I I Ii I I AI -I CENT WHILE ENROUTE TO HER HOMEPORT AT SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA HAIVINER VISITED EVERETT, WASHINGTON . FOR THE 1958 COMPETETIVE YEAR HAIVINER WAS AWARDED THE BATTLE EFFICIENCY HEI' BY COMCRUDESPAC FOR COMPETITION WITHIN DESTROYER SQUADRON ELEVEN. PLUS THE FOLLOWING AWARDSz THE ENGINEERING RED "E", OPERATIONS GREEN MEN' THE ASW MEN' THE TORPEDO IIEI' AND EIGHT GUNNERY "EIS" . QN 22 NQVEMBER 1953 HAIVINER PROUDLY WEARING HER THIRTEEN BATTLE EFFICIENCY IIEISII COMMENCED HER TENTH WESTERN PACIFIC CRUISE WITH DESTROYER DIVISION III- ENROUTE TO THE WESTERN PACIFIC I-IAMNER VISITED 'PEARL HARBOR, T.H. AND MIDWAY ISLAND AND ARRIVED IN YOKOSUKA, JAPAN ON 10 DECEMBER 1958. HAMNER AGAIN OBSERVED CHRISTMAS IN YOKOSUKA AND WAS UNDERWAY ON 26 DECEMBER FOR KAOHSIUNG, TAIWAN, ARRIVING ON 31 DECEMBER 1958, FOR SIX WEEKS DUTY WITH THE TAIWAN PATROL FORCE. THIS CRUISE SAW OPERATIONS AS A MEMBER OF TASK FORCE 72, AND WITH THE NEWEST CAR- RIER IN THE FLEET, USS RANGER , AS A MEMBER OF TASK FORCE 77. STOPS IN HONG KONG, YO.. KOSUKA, SUBIC BAY, AND BUCKNER BAY DO'I'I'ED THE CRUISE. THE RETURN TRIP SAW HAMNER HEAD SOUTH OF THE EQUATOR FOR MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA, TO HELP THE AUSTRALIANS CELEBRATE CORAL SEA WEEK IN COMMEMORATION OF THE BATTLE WHICH SAVED AUSTRALIA FROM INVASION DURING THE EARLY STATES OF WORLD WAR II . THE NORTHBOUND TRIP INCLUDED STOPS IN THE I:IJI'S AND AT PEARL HARBOR. SAN DIEGO WAS REACHED IN LATE MAY 1959, AND A MONTH LATER ENTERED LONG BEACH NAVAL SHIPYARD FOR ANOTHER OVERHAUL. 5 REFRESHER AND TYPE TRAINING FOLLOWED THE OVERHAUL AND HAMNER DEPLOYED ON 19 JANUARY 1960 FOR HER ELEVENTH TOUR IN WESTPAC. AFTER TWO MONTHS OF CARRIER TASK FORCE OPERATIONS IN THE VICINITY OF JAPAN, WHICH INCLUDED VISITS TO YOKOSUKA, KOBE AND SASEBO THE SHIP VISITED HONG KONG. HAIVINER AND IVIORTON ESCORTED BON HOIVIIVIE RICHARD TO BOMBAY, INDIA IN APRIL.. THE TASK GROUP CROSSED THE EOUATOR IN THE INDIAN OCEAN ON THE RE- TURN TRIP AND STOPPED IN SINGAPORE FOR TWO DAYS ENROUTE TO YOKOSUKA . HAMNER RETURNED TO SAN DIEGO WITH DESTROYER DIVISION 111 ON 31 MAY. THE REMAINDER OF THE YEAR WAS SPENT IN TYPE TRAINING AND LOCAL AREA EXERCISES WHICH INCLUDED PARTICIPATION IN THE SINKING OF TI-IE BELLE ISLE CEX1-AKS-213 WITH TORPEDO AND GUNFIRE. DURING HAMNERIS ELEVEN FAR EASTERN CRUISES, SHE HAS BEEN AWARDED T'I-IE CHINA SER- I VICE, NAVY OCCUPATION WITH ASIA CLASP, KOREAN SERVICE. MEDAL WITH FIVE COMBAT STARS, THE WORLD WAR II VICTORY MEDAL, THE NATIONAL DEFENSE SERVICE MEDAL, THE UNITED NATIONS SERVICE MEDAL AND THE KOREAN PRESIDENTIAL UNIT CITATION. A COIVIIVIANDING OFFICERS AND THE PERIOD SERVED DATES NAME 12 JULY 1946 - UNKNOWN CDR JOSEPH B. SWAIN USN g UNKNOWN . II UNKNOWN UNKNOWN MAY I950 25 SEP 51 CDR JACK J. HUGHES, USN 26 SEP 1951 22 SEP 52 CDR ROBERT D, LOWTHER, USN 23 SEP 1952 17 JAN 54 CDR WILLIAM S, F'lNN, USN 18 JAN 1954 28 OCT 55 CDR JOSEPH E, THOMPSON, USN 29 OCT 1955 05 DEC 57 CDR PHILLIP H. TEETER, USN O6 DEC 1957 26 JUN 59 CDR ROBERT R . DUPZYK, USN 'Q 27 JUN 1959 PRESENT CDR HAROLD E. STEWART, USN ,:.f...,.g::. :...,g. G S S MHMLDGB KUIDWSJ is cnmmissinnrd f I3 julg mo -- ::.:"T-I I 54 fa isturg uf this rui IZ THE OFFICER OF THE DECK REPORTED ROUTINELYTO THE CAPTAIN THAT ALL PREPARATIONS WERE COM- PLETE FOR GETTING UNDERWAY BUT 3 APRIL 1961 WAS NO ROUTINE MORNlNGg THE USS HAMNER WITH DESDIV 111 CLESS WILTSIED WAS DEPARTING FOR THE WESTERN PACIFIC. THE HAIVINER COMMANDED BY COMMANDER HAROLD E STEWART, U S NAVY., IS NO NEWCOMER TO WESTPAC THIS IS THE TWELFTH DEPLOYMENT SINCE 1946 I WHILE ENROUTE HAMNER STOPPED IN PEARL HARBOR AND MIDWAY, AND PAUSED FOR VOYAGE RE- PAIRS AT GUAM , M.l . DURING THE TRANSIT BETWEEN GUAM AND KAOHSIUNG, TAIWAN , THE DIVISION WAS DIVERTED TO SUBIC BAY FOR ADDITIONAL BACK--UP OF SEVENTH FLEETTS SOUTH CHINA SEA FOR- CES. HAMNERIS PARTICIPATION INCLUDED CARRIER OPERATIONS WITH THE USS CORAL SEA CCVA-433. AFTER THE TENSION SUBSIDED IN LAOS, THE HAMNER PROCEEDED TO KAOHSIUNG, TAIWAN, ARRIV- ING 12 MAY AND ASSUMED PATROL DUTY IN THE TAIWAN STRAITS . UPON BEING RELIEVED OF PATROL DUTY ON 12 JUNE, DESDIV 111 SET COURSE FOR YOKOSUKA, JA- PAN FOR A TENDER AVAILABILITY, AND FURTHER ASSIGNMENT TO TASK GROUP 77.5 , INCLUDING USS MIDWAY CCVA-415. I If I ON 30 JUNE THE DIVISION DEPARTED YOKOSUKA TO JOIN USS MIDWAY FOR CLOSE SUPPORT OF Ex- TENSIVE CARRIER AIR OPERATIONS. DESDIV A111 WAS REDESIGNATED DESDIV 52 ON 1 JULY. NEAR THE END OF JULY, TASK GROUP 77.5 STOPPED AT SASEBO, JAPAN FOR A RECREATIONAL VISIT. I THE VISIT WAS SUDDENDLY INTERRUPTED ON 30 JULYIBY TYPHOONS HELEN AND IDA, WHICH WERE HEADING DIRECTLY FOR SASEBO. MOST NAVAL UNITS INCLUDING TASK GROUP 77,5 GOT UNDERWAY AND SUCCESSFULLY EVADED THE TYPHOONS, RETURNING TO SASEBO ON 2 AUGUST . I , SUBSEOUENTLY, OPERATIONS INCLUDED ANTI-SUBMARINE AND ANTI-AIR WARFARE EXERCISES AND ON 19 AUGUST THE TASK GROUP STEAMED INTO-YOKOSUKA HARBOR , I I I, II THE HIGHLIGHT OF THE DEPLOYMENT FOR DESDIV 52 WAS A FOUR DAY ASW AND COMMUNICATIONS , EXERCISES WITH UNITS OF THE JAPANESE MARITIME SELF-DEFENSE FORCE. I I THE HAMNER BID SAYONORA TO YOKOSUKA FOR THIS CRUISE AND STEAMED TO HONG KONG, I3 .C.C. FOR A SHORT RECREATIONAL VISIT BEFORE RETURNING TO THE STATES . THIS VISIT WAS ALSQ INTER- I RUPTED BY TROPICAL STORM OLGA AND DESDIV 52 CLESS CHEVALIERD GOT UNDERWAY ON 9 A SEPTEMBER AND RETURNED THE NEXT DAY. I-2' 1, HAIVINER SAILED FROM HONG KONG ON I2 SEPTEMBER WITH THE USS MIDWAY CCVA-413 DES- Y DIV 52, USS TOPEKA QCLG-85, USS MC CAIN CDL-35 AND THE USS PREBLE QDLG-ISI, RE- I TURNING TO SAN DIEGO THE LATTER PART OF SEPTEMBER 1961, 5, I I I """" TT' S U Ti 1-.-....... . ...E-HL OFFICERS CDR -HAROLD E . STEWART, SSS DATE AVE , CHULA VISTA, CALIFORNIA . LCDR HENRY G. EHLERINGER, 4141 CAFLUR, SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA LT JOHN A. WAGNER, 29 EAST LOCUST ST. , LEBANON, PA. LT LARRY D. BISHOP, 1142 WALNUT STREET, REDDING, CALIFORNIA LTJG RUSSELL W. LYSTER JR. , RT. 4 Box 385 , MOBILE , ALABAMA LTJG ERNEST C. FRANKLIN, 1 109 TOLEDO AVE. , LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA LTJG ROBERT J. MULLIN, 988 N. CLEVELAND AVE., KANKAKEE, ILL. LTJG ARNOLD J. CASE, 4351 ALABAMA ST. , APT G, SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA LTJG RICHARD H. VARNER CSC7, 923 MONTEREY COURT, CHULA VISTA, CALIFORNIA ENS WILLIAM J. HASTIE, RT. 2 Box 333B, ARNOLD, MARYLAND ENS JACK R. CRAIS, 203 W. 6TH ST. , RESERVE, LA. ENS DONALD E . ROBINSON, 342 NAPLES , CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS ENS ALLEN E . WALDO , 2030 GRANGE, STOCKTON , CALIF. ENS THOMAS O. ROWE, 2923 S . CLEVELAND PK. DR. , WEST ALLIS 19, WISCONSIN ENS NORMAN M . WILLIAMS JR . , 1250 CHESTNUT ST. , BOWLING GREEN, KENTUCKY ENS DANIEL K. JOHNSON , 1011 21ST,ROCKFORD , ILL .. ENLISTED B DIVISION FRANK D. LOUGY BTC, 6880 CLARA LEE AVE. , SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA RICHARD D. MATHEWS, BT1, PO BOX 334, HUTTIG, ARKANSAS SIMON FLYTHE BT2, GENERAL DELIVERY, CON- WAY, N.C. REXEE O. LINSON BT2, BOX 31, CUBA, MIS- SOURI EDDY J. L.. MC KIBBEN BT2, 1264 23RD ST. , SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA FRED N. WATSON BT2, 10 N. WALKER LANE, STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA JAMES C, WHITE BT2, 680 72ND ST. SO., BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA THOMAS E. FERRELL BT3, GENERAL DELIVERY, KITE, GEORGIA GARY L. GODDARD BT3, 21623 S. STH AVE., SEATTLE, WASHINGTON JAMES P. PAGANS BT3, RT. 1, CARYVILLE, FLORIDA WILLIAM E. RAY BT3, 10 DELAWARE STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. WILLARD K. TERRILL JR. , BT3 , 674 PALM AVE . , IMPERIAL BEACH , CALIFORNIA CHARLES P. TYLER BT3, 1929 THE ALAMEDA SAN JOSE. CALIFORNIA DONALD J. VOSAHLO BT3, RT. 1, ELK, WASH.. INGTON WILLIA CONLEY FN, 7412 LOMA VERDE AVE. , CANOGA PARK, CALIFORNIA JOHN J. DICKEY FN, BOX 145, NINNEKAH, OKLAHOMA ROBERT DIPIAZZA BTFN, 28 KIBBE AVE., BA- TAVIA, NEW YORK JAMES C. HUNTER FA, RR 1, HARRAH, WASH- INGTON WILLIAM .. MILLER FN, 6030 DELRIDGE WAY, SEATTLE, WASHINGTON ROBERT L. RICH FN, 213 GRAND AVE. , OJAI, ,CALIFORNIA RICHARD P. RUST FN, 4424 S. 3002, OGDEN, UTAH GLEN A. VIENNA FA, 1440 NEPTUNE AVE. , EN- CINITAS , CALIFORNIA L LL, ... ,,.. :,L:.1:L. ,,, V.. .. ,f I. I- .- . . I y, -9 '-'f v ' --' f +R -I -f-4 V I.'u.li:::LLI..gil.:1i..::ii1,L:..f-.5 4-4-ffbiz' I ' I .1'.'i.:I1II:.f:'i1, .-g..v:P1'iSl'J '.'1f"- 7'-LFE, I I :?t'ii:1f':,L'.:.1J.,-,.l , ,, :I - ,L . .' ,' E I: 3.-IL1.. I ' 1E"I,.,7.,,.., V. -1:1,4115,3412-,g,j,y1,,,p I-1-g.,-f.. RDS ER' 0F CRUISE PERSDNNEL TED W. WAGNER FN, Sooe FLINT ST. , SHAWNEE , KANSAS IVI DIVISION GEORGE N. SIMPSON MMC, 497 OAKLAWN AVE. CHULA VISTA, CALIFORNIA HAROLD M. CLAUSEN MM1, 3243 N. STEVENS SO. SAN GABRIEL, CALIFORNIA JOHN L. REEDER MM1, 2911 WELLINGTON ST. SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA JAMES J. TRUEX MM1, 9703 CASTAIC COURT SANTEE , CALIFORNIA RICHARD E. KOHLER MM2, 1736 32ND ST. MILWAUKEE, OREGON RONALD A. NELSON MM2, 11 HEATHER WAY, LARKSPUR, CALIFORNIA RICHARD G. RAWLINGS MM2, 2406 WELLS RD, SAN DIEGO 13, CALIFORNIA CAHRLESH . STEPHANSKI MM2 , 2807 W. VICTORY BLVD. , BURBANK, CALIFORNIA MARK S. BORA MM3, 5946 NOBLE AVE., VAN NUYS, CALIFORNIA I 9 LEE H. BRISSON MM3, 38 BALD EAGLE AVE. WHITE BEAR, MINN. JAMES E. CHEATHAM MM3, 4320 PACHELO ST. SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA DAVID W. DRONGESEN MM3, RT. 2 BOX 120, HARRISBURG, OREGON DONALD P. GREEN MM3 , 4682 STRATTON AVE. SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA LYLE R. HOLM MM3, 2330 1-2 MONTCLAIR ST. SAN DIEGO 4 , CALIFORNIA LAWRENCE F. SMITH MM3, 128 FREMONT ST. THERMOPOLIS, WYOMING HOMER W. M. WILL FN, Box 475, VIDOR, TEXAS WILLIAM A. HOFFA FA, BOX 71, LEESPORT, PA. BURNELL W. JOHNSON FN, 1306 W. HEATHER- BRAE , PHOENIX ARIZONA MICHAEL D. JONES FN, RT. 2, MARSHFIELD, WISCONSIN RICHARD C. KISSLER MMFN, Box 341, HEMING- FORD, NEBRASKA WARREN D. LITTRELL MMFN, BOX 302, SAN- DOVAL, ILL. JUDD L. NORDYKE MMFN, 105 HIGH ST., VIL- LISCH, IOWA MICHAEL E. PENNINGTON FA, 4724 E. TOWNER, TUSCON , ARIZONA BENNY D. TOWLER FN, 3233 S.W. 47TH ST., OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA LOYD A. VIKE FN, 2562 CRESTLINE DR. , ELMON GROVE, CALIFORNIA R DIVISION GAYLORD G. MC CARTNER MMCA, 6289 FRANCIS ST. , LINCOLN, NEB. DEXTER G. OLSON MMCA , 9250 DUNBARTON RD. , SANTEE , CALIFORNIA ROBERT G. ZOBEL EMC, 622 WHITNEY ST., CHULA VISTA, CALIFORNIA RICHARD R. NANCE SF1, 7489 GUTHRIE WAY, SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA ROBERT C. BERGEN DC2, 133 JACOUA ST. , CHULA VISTA, CALIFORNIA ROBERT S. MARTIN EN2, 117 4TH ST., IDAHO FALLS, IDAHO ROBERT F. PENSINGER MR2, 1232 ORCHARD AVE. , CHICAGO HEIGHTS, ILL. HARLEY J. PHILLIPS SFM2, RT. 2 Box 446, TOPPENSIH , 'WASHINGTON SAM G. QUINTANA EM2, 1109 MACAULEY ST. , ANTIOCH, CALIFORNIA FRED W. ROBERTS MM2, S10 W. 10TH ST., PLAINVIEW, TEXAS GERALD E. .BAILEY EM3, GUIDE ROCK, NE- BRASKA HENRY B. BRADSHAW IC3, 1.2041 WILLOWBROOK, APT 1, COMPTON, CALIFORNIA AND PO BOX 991 , MEXIA, TEXAS 9 I if EI ,I I, I i I If 1. ,, I1 ,. I I ,I I Il I . I I I 1 1 I 5 GERALD E. JOHNSON EN3, 230 W. 5TH ST.. DULUTH , MINN. A RICHARD H. LEE EM3, 305 ROSEWOOD AVE., AURORA, ILL. TOBY B. MEDINA SFP3, 1733 E. 13TH, PUEBLO, COLORADO DONALD R. STANLEY IC3 , 105 W. MADISON ST. , MARSHALLTOWN, IOWA NOEL C. TAYLOR EM3, Box 136, DEERFIELD, KANSAS , DAVID R. WADDELL EN3, BRAY, OKLAHOMA LETT C. QCHENOD BAILEY, 174 SUNFLOWER DR. , ESKRIDGE, KANSAS WALTER D. BROADHEAD FN, 1357 AMSTERDAM CT. , MOBILE, ALABAMA GENE A. COFFELL FN, 195B VAN WYCK RD., BELLINGHAM, WASHINGTON ERROL L. DROLLINGER FN, RT. 3, BLACKFOOT, IDAHO THOMAS A . NEEDHAM SFPFN , 1-112 NEWPORT ST . . WINSTON SALEM , N.C. DARIS L. REID ICFA, 2339 1-2 W. 20TH ST. , LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA ROBERT R. SCHILL MMFN, 559 TILDEN AVE. , TEANECK, NEW JERSEY ROBERT C. SPRAGUE FN, 399 S. RIDGE RD., CONNEAUT, OHIO OI DIVISION RICHARD L. FERGUSON RDCA, 1881 MUNDAIR. , SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA LEROY S. BURPEE ET1, 3533 MC CANDLESS, SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA AND 212 RAGLUND RD. , LONGVIEW, WASHINGTON WAYNE R. HOLLEY RD2, 2500 W. 21ST ST., PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA ARHTUR L. CRABB RD3, 715 N. BOTH PLACE, KANSAS CITY 12, KANSAS BRUCE H. HUMMEL RD3 , 315 HARVARD AVE. , TERRACE PARK, OHIO RITCHIE M . KIRKPATRICK RD3 , RT. 3 , MIDISON- VILLE, TENN. DAVID B. MARSHALL ETN3, 4443 ST. JAMES AVE. , DAYTON, OHIO GEORGE L. PAGH ETN3, PO Box 213 , LANGLOIS , OREGON CHARLES H. SILLS ETR3, RFD 4, Box 323, NEW-ION, N.J. GARY K. BAILEY SA, RT. 2, RUPERT, IDAHO WILLIAM R. BLAKE ETNSN, BOX 245 RT. 3, MOUND, MINN. ' JOSEPH J. C. CHARLAND ETNSN, 11571 COLLEGE AVE. , GARDEN GROVE, CALIFORNIA GARY E. DAHLVIK RDSN, 609 S. IST ST. , ES- CANABA, MICHIGAN CARL B. JORGENSEN RDSN,, 32 LINCOLN ST., REEDLEY, CALIFORNIA KENNETH J. ROBERTS RDSN, 604 VINE ST., GLENDALE, CALIFORNIA DOUGLAS J. SELLECK SA, 4301 COLOMA DR., SALEM, OREGON OC DIVISION HARVEY ARMSTRONG YNC, 1549 WALBOLLEN, SPRING VALLEY, CALIFORNIA DUANE "K" LEACH RMCA, Box 731, SOUTH BEND, WASHINGTON FRANK E. MC CALL SMC, BOX 106, NAVARRO, CALIFORNIA CHARLES W. GAUDETTE HMI, 1-G-3 KOMAN- DORSKI VILLAGE, PLEASANTON, CALIFORNIA CECIL E. CCESJ FOSS YN1, 1025 DELPHI ST., SHERIDAN, WYOMING AND B31 IOTH ST. EVANSTON, WYOMING JERREL F. REGISTER QM1, 2224 FELTON ST. , SAN DIEGO 4, CALIFORNIA LEO E. DAWKINS RM2, 431 W. CHEVES ST., FLORENCE, S.C. DONALD E. BAKER RM3 , 176 CARTER LAKE CLUB, OMAHA 10, NEBRASKA LARRY L. CRAWFORD RM3, 1825 LINCOLN AVE. , ....-..,. - 1 - ,,...,..... ,........,.. , . YORK, NEBRASKA STEPHEN C. DUVALL MM3, 8609 ST. HELENS AVE., VANCOUVER, WASHINGTON JEROME J. JACOB RM3, 315 N. OAK, PRA1-r ROBERT M. MAPE5 RM3, 4314 S. THOMPSON, TACOMA B, WASHINGTON IKA, WILLIAM T. MC GUIRE RM3, RFD No 3 ' 1 BARNESVILLE, OHIO DONALD L. PASSMORE QM3, RT. 2, BREVARD I N.C. ALFRED M. RAMIREZ SM3, 1129 ZND AVE. SO., TEXAS CITY, TEXAS CHARLES W. TRIPP PN3, RFD 1, PINEVIEW, GA. DOYAL T. ALEXANDER JR. SA, 2740 CANTON, FORTH WORTH, TEXAS CLEVELAND BRYANT II SA, 3506 FARMER ST., HOUSTON Io, TEXAS FRANK FLOYD SMSN, 214 SO. 13TH ST. , EDIN- BURG, TEXAS RUSSELL C.-MILLER SN, 317 CEDAR ST., SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS CHARLES RUFF SN, 1965 GALE AVE., LONG BEACH 10, CALIFORNIA STEVEN J. SCHAFFNER SN, 217 N. 32ND ST., LOUISVILLE, KY. DELTON W. STEINWAND RMSN, Box 321, WIL- TON, N.D. FRED A. THETFORD JR. SN, 7908 DOWNE DR. , FORTH WORTH , TEXAS 'IKI' ROSS TRACY SN, RFD 1, GARLAND, UTAH DENNIS D. VARNER SN, 2207 MC CALLIE, CHATTANOGO, TENN. WILLIAM J. WALSH RMSN, 1127 1-2 W. 3RD STREET, RED WING, MINN. ROBERT L. WIMBERLY SA, 410 13TH ST., LA- FAYETTE, LOUISIANA THELBERT A. YOUNG SN , 3305 WHITE SETTLE- MENT RD. , FORTH WORTH B, TEXAS 1ST DIVISION WILLIAM T. GARNER BMC, 2318 WOLCOTT Sr. , SAN DIEGO 7, CALIFORNIA GROVER M. CRENSHAW BM1. Box 453, CON- CEPTION JCT. , MISSOURI JOHN "M" COON BM2, B39 MADISON AVE., CHULA VISTA, CALIFORNIA , RICHARD A. BLOSS BM3 , 1722 LONGAREE DRIVE, HOUSTON 24, TEXAS IVAN L. WEBER BM3, STAR RT., BRADY, NE- BRASKA ROY L. ALSUP SN, 724 W. MAIN, SANTA PAULA, CALIFORNIA GEORGE W. BAKER SN, 1004 PITMAN AVE. , GLENDALE, CALIFORNIA JOHN L. BLENZ SN, 4783 MORAN AVE., CHE- YENNE, WYOMING . NAPOLEON BRUMFIELD SA, S867 SO. SAN PEDRO ST. , LOS ANGELES , CALIFORNIA DAVID H . CAYLOR SN , 1003 S. GLENN , WICHITA , KA . ROY I. FENDER SN, 17 BRIENCLIF DR. , GREEN- VILLE, s.c. MICHAEL B. FLAVIN SA, 225 LIBERTY ST., PELALUM, CALIFORNIA RICHARD C. FORBESS SA, 5329 STEAD ST.. EL PASO, TEXAS RICHARD N . HELMS SN, Box 761 , HENRYETTA, OKLAHOMA TEDIE J. HILL SN, RR 2, EAST PRAIRIE, MO. SVEN N. JACOBSON SN, 10295 CEDER, CLOOM- INGTON, CALIFORNIA SAMMY N . KELLEY SA, RT. 1, FOREMAN , ARK. RAYMOND W. MAFFEI, GILBERTS COURT, LIN- COLN RD. , YUBA CITY, CALIFORNIA KENNETH MITCHELL SN, 229 W. 6TH, CIN- CINNATI, OHIO DAVID L. PEAR SA, 3777 E. HARDY DR. , TUC- SON, ARIZONA CARL E. RICHABAUGH SA, 3428 S.w. 39TH NEBRASKA , SEATTLE , WASHINGTON BRUCE T. RUSSELL SN, 926 W. JAVELIN, TORRENCE, CALIFORNIA JOHN E. SCHNOOVER SA, BOX 532, GRAND COU- LEE, WASHINGTON RICHARD L. SHAW SA, 1022 WALLACE ST., BAKERSFIELD, CALIFORNIA JOHN R. SULLIVAN SN, 124 N. JAMES ST. GUY- MON, OKLAHOMA FREDDIE SUMTER SN, 2430 STARK ST. NO. 1, COLUMBIA, S.C. MIGUEL TORRES SN, 1008 N. GERAGHTY AVE. , LOS ANGELES 63 , CALIFORNIA AUBREY B.. TYLER SA, S03 SO. PINE, SAN AN- TONIO, TEXAS DAVID L. WALKER SN, RT. 1, USK, WASH. CLIFFORD G. WALKUP SN, 9310 ELLEN CT., THORNOTON, COLORADO RONALD R. WEIDEMIER SA, RT. 3 BOX 255, HEMET, CALIFORNIA DONALD R. WHITE SA, 314 E. GARFIELD ST. , BATON ROUGE, LA. LARRY E. WILHELM SN, RT. 2 BOX 142, YAM- HILL, OREGON ROBERT R. WILSON SA, 13205 HENRIETTA, LA. CRESCENTA, CALIFORNIA GERALD C. VALE SN, 248 S. STH W., PRICE, UTAH 2ND DIVISION VIRGIL E. HUME GMC, RT. 10 BOX 620, OLYM- PIA , WASHINGTON RAYMOND J, JOHNSON GM1 , 60 FOXON ST. , NEW HAVEN, CONN . CLAIR MORTENSER GM1, EMERY, UTAH JOHN E. CAHILL GM2, 57-16 71ST STREET, MASFETH 76, NEW YORK BYRON D. KING GM2, 772 CARDIFF ST., LO- MITA VILLAGE, SAN DIEGO 14, CALIF. JAY "K" KIRKMAN GM2, 710 W. 10TH ST., CARUTHERSVILLE , MISSOURI JAMES W. CAPPS GM3 , 1621 WILLOUGHBY AVE . , NORFOLK, VA. EUGENE W. HAWVER GM3, WILLIAMS ST. , HOUSATONIC, MASS. HERBERT A. OSBORNE GM3, RT. 2, KINGSTON, GA. TROY R. SHREVE GM3 , 3733 MCCANDLESS BLVD., SAN DIEGO 13, CALIFORNIA WILLIAM P.SPENGLER GM3 , 443 SO. 5TH ST. , CASEYVILLE, ILL. JEFF D. GREER SN, RT. 2 BOX 207, PINE- VILLE, LA. RONALD O. JOHNSON SR, 4003 N. SHERIDAN RD. , CHICAGO, ILL. JACK LOVE GMSN, 722 SUNSET CT. , SAN DIEGO 6, CALIFORNIA IRA J. MC CAULEY SN, BOX 434, STANFIELD, OREGON MICHAEL H. SORENSON SA, 6818 FRANCE AVE. N. , MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. WARREN "K" STURGILL SN, SSIOTUNNEL LOOP, GRANTS PASS, OREGON EARL T. WEST SA , RT. 2, CHERRYVILLE, N .C. FOX DIVISION FREDERICK H. LORD PTC, 15229 WILDER AVE. , NORWALK, CALIFORNIA DAVE R. BATTE TM1 , 1600 39TH AVE. , GULF- PORT, MISSISSIPPI ROBERT D. BOLTRES SOI, 1720 S. 4TH ST., WOODWARD, OKLAHOMA A THOMAS A BROWNING SOG2, 1320 W. KELSON AVE. , MARIANNA, FLORIDA THEODORE L. CANTRELL SOG2, 2022 LAWTON ST. , SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA BILLY J. EATON SOG2, 2043 E. BROADWAY, LONG BEACH, CALIFORNIA GEORGE A . KRIENKE SOG2, 212 SANDUSKYAVE . , FREMONT, OHIO RICHARD T. LOPEZ FT2, 6411 EASTON ST., wiki-?fff"'Z' J L H-J-M-f LEJQLLE- AALWWI7 S . . . ., . , , , , . . . ...,. ...,--,... ... .. .,. .. ..,. .. .-....,,., r . .. . . " 11'lJ. A D-in A-bling lynn: .X . .-auf.--uxgll-.u.-9 ..:34,..L'r,......J...'.L4'.i.-,...-' 'L '.,.' .JL-..IJ..,il: ILL' ' LZ' ' ' f' 'Y "" 3 - 'H A" ' Z' -. "' ' ' I I., i Z ' .1 Ib ' 7 L' ' JJ'-'I 1 "' -'-"1 Z 1 ',: SI 1 '.'lZ .. '-.L Q'I.,w.' 'I 'Jl .EJ ., 3-ISI-,',1,."'w.3 1,-LINK.--I' J " '- 7' 1-'T I '. 1 , 1 I f. , .. I -f- W - 1 - ' A 1. O..- 1,..I...-L..,.,....-.. . , ., .. ., ' ' K, 1-.2 ' .'. ... 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TOUCHET SR, 1110 GRACELAND AVE. , ABBEVILLE, LA. S DIVISION WILLIAM H . KELLERMAN SKC, SAN DIEGO, CAL. JOSE N. CHARGULAF SD1, AGANA, GUAM CHARLES GETGEN CS1, RFD 1, WILLIAMSTON, MICHIGAN SANTIAGO GARCIA CS1, BOX 254, ESPANOLA, NEW MEXICO SIDNEY E. DERENBURGER SH2, 1005 SCHMALISE ST. , MILES CITY, ,MONTANA LEO HOLMES SH2, SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA EARL D. HOY SK2, 108 JACKSON ST., NEW LEXINGTON, OHIO SIMEON L. QUIAMBAO SD2, 15 JONE ST. , ASI- NAN, OLONGAPO, ZAMBALES, R.P. WILLIAM G. SULLIVAN CS2, 3745 MC CANDLESS BLVD. , SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA WILLIAM M. BUIE SK3, HOTEL WASHINGTON, WEISER, IDAHO EDDIE L. GRIFFIN SD3, 3041 SCHOOL AVE., NORFOLK, VA. CAROL J. HODGE SK3, 1023 S. 46TH ST., SAN DIEGO 13, CALIFORNIA CHARLES A. MC CLURE SH3, 236 12TH AVE. N., HOPKINS, MINN. FRANK T. RYAN SR. BM3, 2729 DYER DR. , SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA RONALD T. SANDERS SH3, 280 W. A ST. , HAY- WARD, CALIFORNIA HERMAN L. WHEATON SK3, 2024 HARVARD ST. , RAYMOND, WASHINGTON SAMUEL E. ARNN SKSN, 1604 HARBERT, MEM- PHIS, TENN. WILLIAM E. BLUE SN, 2320 COURT PL., DEN- VER, COLORADO ANSELMO H. CORDERO JR. SHSN, MUZON, RO- SARIO CAVITE, R.P. RICHARDO M. DIMALIG TN, 53 CORPUS ST., WESTTAPINAC , OLONGAPO , ZAMBALES , R .P. ESTLE C. GORDON SN, 823 WASHINGTON, OAK- LAND, CALIFORNIA WALTER F. LEVINGSTON SN, RR 1, MONTROSE, ILL. CALIR J. FURLONG SN, GEN. DEL.. HAZEL GREEN. WISCONSIN EUGENE B. MORAN SA., 6806 COLBY' AVE., EVERETT, WASHINGTON KARL L. PERRY CSSN , 450 ALMOND AVE . , LONG BEACH CALIFORNIA ROGELIO D, QUICHO TN , VAKAS , ORION , BATAAN , R.P. ANGELITO G. SAN AGUSTIN TN', 721 GLENDALE AVE. , STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA GLOVER SMITH SN, 518 S.E.12TH ST. , CAINES- VILLE , FLORIDA is HARRY J. YOUNT SN , B OX B96 , PORTOLA , CALIF. OFFICERS TRANSFERRED LTJG HOWARD V. BERKOWITZ , 38 HIGHVIEW RD. , JERSEY CITY 5 , N.J, LTJG MICHAEL A. JONES, 955 W. SANTA INEZ , HILLSBOROUGH , CALIFORNIA LTJG JOHN W. LOCKE III , USS PEACOCK MSC- 198. FPO, SAN FRANCISCO., CALIF. LCDR DOUGLAS L. NEWGARD, 1211 S. ADAMS, OLYMPIA, WASHINGTON LTJG DONALD J. REEVES, BOX 3 , MOUNT PLEA- SANT, UTAH ENLISTED TRANSFERRED HENRY G. ATKINSON PN3,, 106 SO, 'ICI' ST., FAYETTEVILLE, N.C, MILTON C. BUCKLEY ITFG3, S36 2ND ST. , MAN- HATTAN BEACH, CALIFORNIA DENNIS J. DIONNE SA, 14410 ASTORIA STREET, SAN FERNANDO, CALIFORNIA JOE D. FREER FTG2, 100 CHENAULT AVE., HO- QUIAM , WASHINGTON YGNACIO GARCIA SA, USNH YOKOSUKA, JAPAN ROBERT L. HOLLWAY SK2, 2608 JANN DRIVE, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS JAMES C. JARVIS QM3 , 91 I CHERRY ST . , GREENS- BORO, N.C. GLEN L. M. JENSEN SK1, USNH YOKOSUKA, JA- PAN GLENN M. KNAPP FA, 2437 SO. 12 TERRACE, KANSAS CITY, KANSAS DAVIDIL. MARTINMAAS SN, 1940 HYACINTH ST. , SALEM, OREGON LAWRENCE A MEBUS SOG2, USS MASON DD- 852 GALE A. MORROW SN, USNH OAKLAND, CALIF CHARLES B. NOLCINI SN, USNH YOKOSUKA, JA- PAN OLIVER R. OSBORNE CS3, USNH YOKOSUKA, JA- PAN NORMAN M. PIERCE SOG3, USS MASON DD-852 JOHN L. 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