Hamner (DD 718) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1969

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November 1945 -November 1969 Built by Commissioned on Converted by Length Width Endurance Distance Fuel Capacity Ordnance Guns Guns Torpedoes Missile Launcher Full load displacement Total Shaft horsepower Total Allowance Federal Ship Building- 8z Drydock Co., Newark New Jersey 12 July 1946 San Francisco Naval Shipyard 390V2 ft. 41 ft. 5800 miles at 15 kts. 650 tons Two 5"f 38 Cal twin mounts Two MK 32 Triple tubes for ASW torpedoes MK 16 ASROC QAnti-Submarine Rocketj Launcher 3533 tons 60,000 14 Officers and 260 Enlisted Men

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DI NG OFFICER J. M. HOYE CDR USN Commander James M. HOYE, the son of the Rev. J.M. and Eleanor HOYE, was born in Winchester, Virginia. He attended high school in Sanderville, Georgia and Pearisburg, Virginia and was graduated from Lynchburg College in Lynchburg, Virginia. In 1951 he enlisted in the Naval Reserve and was commissioned Ensign, USNR in June 1953. After commissioning, Commander HOYE served in USS JOHNSTON QDD-821j,then transferred to the Regular Navy and served in USS C.P. CECIL QDDR-835j. He has commanded USS LAKELAND QLSM-373D and USS GENESEE QAOG-85 and served as Executive Officer, USS WALLACE L. LIND QDD-7035. He also served as Aide to Commander Service Group THREE. Commander HOYE served ashore with the U.S. Fleet Anti-Air Warfare Training Center and the Fleet Computer Programming Center, Pacific at San Diego where he worked in the development, installation and operation of digital computer programs for the Navy Tactical Data System. He is a graduate of the School of NavalaCommand and Staff, U.S. Naval War College and has done graduate work at the University of California and George Washington University. Prior to reporting to HAMNER, Commander HOYE served as Executive Officer, Data Management Agency, Headquarters, U.S. Military Assistance Command, Vietnam where he was stationed during the TET Offensive and the May 1968 Second Offensive. Commander HOYE,s decorations include the Bronze Star Medal, the Navy Achieve- ment Medal, the Navy Unit Commendation, the National Defense Medal, the Navy Occupation Medal and the Vietnam Service Medal. Commander HOYE is married to the former June Jenkins of Virginia Beach, Virginia.

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