King (DLG 10) - Naval Cruise Book

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A 'I I ' v... 4, .u5n- ' ,, an .4-K ,,,,,f ,ar , V- ..- D., ' Ji' HU- ,.- , + 'Q 9' lf' I ' ffgq.-.5 P N -W ff' .. 'ilu fn f,s 'E- CSI Q QQ Q S X-its KC-if ANL, EGM USS KING DLG 10 1970 WESTPAC CRUISE - Us IN .. X DLG-lO X X S ...X 3 2 5 N: C . f x' E A - x Q5 Q A 5:-53' Q 6' v CDO 5 A :Qi L. , U . if QM' " I '15, 'nf was 'R .V - a. Q 1 .. E, ,na .f Q 'gif Q if ,V-., F r 9' 5731 fa-V gg, I 6 ' Z A V1 Q W! RR.-vf Q - ,, .'-3' S vu , 'Q A 1 n 41 ' if n , " 4. 5 I ll! ' he '52 F 75 'Q Y 1 , ,. . W Wm -ff: Ig , I i QU .rub- SHIPS HISTORY HISTORY OF USS KING CDLG-101 KING was authorized by Congress in the 1956 Shipbuilding Program. Her keel was laid on 1 March 1957 at the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, Washington. KING was launched on 6 December 1958, commissioned on 17 November 1960, and proudly took her place in the Navy as the first ship named after Fleet Admiral Ernest J. KING. Fleet Admiral KING was born in Lorain, Ohio on November 23, 1878. He attended the United States Naval Academy, graduating with distinction in 1901 to commence a long and distinguished career in the service of his country and the United States Navy. Fleet Admiral KING served in USS SAN FRANCISCO as a Naval Cadet in the Spanish American War. He was awarded the Navy Cross for distinguished service during World War I as Assistant Chief of Staff for the Commander-in-Chief, U. S. Atlantic Fleet. In 1927, Admiral KING completed flight training at Pensacola, Florida and was designated a Naval Aviator. There followed tours of duty in various aircraft squadrons and command of the aircraft carrier LEXINGTON in 1930. He was promoted to the rank of Vice Admiral. He later served as Commander-in-Chief, United States Fleet. This job was combined in 1942 with that of the Chief of Naval Operations and the Senate confirmed his appointment to that post for a term of 4 years in March, 1942. On December 15, 1944 Admiral KING was promoted to the highest grade in the Navy - the five star rank of Fleet Admiral. The guided Missile Frigate is designed to provide Fast Carrier Striking Forces with anti-aircraft and anti-submarine defenses. In order to accomplish this mission, KING is equipped with the latest technological developments in air search radars and sonar to detect the enemy, together with the most advanced anti-aircraft and anti-submarine missiles with which to destroy him. Additionally, KING is one of the first ships to be equipped with the Naval Tactical Data System CNTDSJ, a high speed digital computer complex which has revolutionized the concept of anti-air warfare. KING is 512 feet long and has a beam of 52 feet. Fully loaded, she displaces 5600 tons and with her high pressure steam turbines is capable of speeds in excess of 30 knots. She possesses the latest habitability features designed for the comfort of her crew. KING's main armament is her TERRIER missile system. The TERRIER is a surface-to-air, supersonic, solid propellant missile capable of intercepting and destroying any present-day aircraft. The missiles are backed up by four 3"f50 caliber guns and one 5"!54 caliber gun for defense against enemy air and surface units. KING's anti-submarine capability consists of the potent ASROC CAnti-Submarine Rocketj system and two, triple-tube torpedo launchers. These weapons systems, combined with the ship's speed, maneuverability, and underwater detection equipment give KING a formidable anti-submarine warfare potential. KING has served in six deployments to the Western PacificfSoutheastern Asia area since commissioning, the latest having been completed in December 1969. She has earned the Meritorious Unit Medal, the National Defense Service Medal, the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, the Viet Nam Service Medal, and the Republic of Viet Nam Medal during these tours of duty. While serving in these deployments KING was an integral part of the U. S. SEVENTH Fleet. KING is currently commanded by Commander Dempster M. JACKSON, U. S. Navy, who is the eighth Commanding Officer to take KING "down to the sea", having assumed command on 23 May 1970. , , -. , - - , ' , , 1211 . I 1 ,qw ,. 'i . ,. 1 ,. I7 I. . x 1 I. u I r Q, r 4 a I 5 i 4, 1 'YP Commander Dempster Nl. JACKSON. a native of Southern California. attended the United States Naval Academy and was commissioned an Ensign in the U. S. Navy upon graduation in 1952. During that year he was a member of the Navy crew representing the United States at the Olympic Games in Helsinki. Finland. Commander JACKSON's first tour of duty was aboard the USS DEHAVEN CDD-7271 serving as Main Propulsion and Damage Control Officer during the Korean cont1ict. His next assignment was CIC Officer and Regulus Missile Guidance Officer on the cruiser USS HELENA QCA-751. Using his guided missile experience, C mmander JACKSON then served as the Navy Liaison Officer to the Army Ballistic Missile Agency in Huntsville. o Alabama functioning as the Inertial Guidance Officer on the first FBM tJupiter1 Launch Team. Continuing in the missile field, he next was assigned to the Bureau of Ordnance in Washington. D. C. in 1957 as Test Ofticer for the Polaris Project. Commander JACKSON assumed command of the USS SUMNER COUNTY tLST-11481 in June 1958. His two years of command were followed by a tour at the Navy Post Graduate school at Monterey. California where he studied Underwater Acoustics Engineering. Returning to sea in 1963. as Executive Officer and Navigator of the USS MADDOX CDD-7371. Commander JACKSON was award- ed the Navy Commendation Medal with Combat "V" when North Vietnamese motor-torpedo boats attacked that American destroyer in the Gulf of Tonkin on 2 and 4 August 1964. D Commander JACKSON assumed command of the USS CHARLES BERRY IDE-10351 in February 1965 serving in that post for two years. For this service he was awarded his second Navy Commendation Medal. From March 1967 to March 1968. Commander JACKSON served as Operations Officer of the Naval Support Activity in Danang. Republic of Vietnam. For his timely action during the critical 1968 Tet Offensive. he was awarded the Bronze Star with Combat "V". Prior to his tour as Commanding Officer of KING. Commander JACKSON was Deputy Director of Systems Engineering at the Anti-Submarine Warfare Project Office in Washington, D. C. EXECUTIVE fl LCDR.E.E.KI LLINGER Lieutenant Commander KILLINGER, born in Springfield, Ohio. first served on the USS BEN- NINGTON KCVS-203. In November of l962 Mr. KILLINGER reported onboard the USS J. W. THOMASON KDD-7605 as Weapons Officer. He next spent a year at U. S. Naval Post Graduate School, Monterey. California as a student in the Engineering curriculum. Upon graduation he was assigned to Fleet Anti-submarine School for instructor duty. In May of 1967. LCDR KIL- LINGER went to Naval Advisory Group. Vietnam as a Military Vietnamese Advisor. He was then transferred to KING as Weapons Officer and later assumed the duties as Executive Officer. Mr. KIL- LINGER has since reported to Naval Operations in Washington, D. C. OFFICER LCDR.C.I.CO0K Lieutenant Commander COOK. a native of Seattle. Washington. is a 1960 graduate of the United States Naval Academy. His first tour of duty was aboard USS BUCK tDD-76ll and in March N62 he was transferred to Utility Squadron THREE IVU-3l where he served as Ofticer-in-Charge of DASH Detachment and Pacific Fleet DASH Standardization Officer. Lieutenant Commander COOK's next two years were spent aboard USS DAVIDSON CDE-I0-455 as Weapons Officer. In March of i967 LCDR COOK reported to Chief of Naval Personnel tPers-Bllfltll for duty as Assistant for Favorable Separations Continuations. Following his two year tour in Washington. D. C.. Lieutenant Commander COOK was transferred to Commander Cruiser-Destroyer Flotilla ELEVEN and served as Surface Operations Officer in charge of Training and Readiness Schedul- ing. In August 1970 LCDR COOK reported onboard KING as Executive Officer. D! V AV" .as- "?a. 1 bin- , ' .v-'-' A V in Q, .,- J ' . . f all 135 bm- L .1 - al ,NHS ! U ff: 'um '- X, M, 1 Q W I , :Q I 3.35 A Q 1 A A A L Y., W.- ,A H, A ' M airs pi' I '9- .37 'Z W SNS LC DR.D.C.BROWN OPERATIONS OFFICER Lieutenant Commander BROWN is a native of Saginaw,Michigan. He entered the United States Naval Academy in the summer of 1958 and upon graduation was commissioned an Ensign on 6 June 1962. Lieutenant Commander BROWN's gradua- tion orders carried him west to Pearl Harbor and USS MCMORRIS CDE-10365 where his duties were CommunicationlOperations Officer and Navigator. Completing his tour at sea in December 1965 he entered the Naval Post Graduate School and then attended Naval Amphibious School at Colorado, California. In August 1967 Lieutenant Commander BROWN reported to Coastal Division ELEVEN as Division Commander and in November 1968 was ordered to KING as Operations Officer. LCDR..I.W.STEWART OPERATIO NS OFFICER Lieutenant Commander STEWART was born in Sherman, Texas and attended Georgia Technical Institute in Atlanta, Georgia. Upon graduation in the summer of 1961 he entered Officer Candidate School and was commissioned an Ensign on 13 April 1962. LCDR STEWART then attended a three month course at Justice School in Newport, Rhode Island. June of 1962 saw LCDR STEWART begin his first tour of duty at sea onboard USS MOALE CDD-6933 as Second Division Officer. In August of 1962 he attended Fleet Sonar School and in October of that year received orders to USS HAROLD J. ELLISON CDD-8645 where he served as Anti-Submarine Warfare Officer and Combat Information Center Officer on a Caribbean cruise and later as Operations Officer and Navigator on a Mediterranean cruise. In July 1965 LCDR STEWART began his graduate work at Naval Post Graduate School in Monterey, California and upon graduation received orders to KING as Operations Officer. LT. M.R.P. HERMAN COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER LT. R. A.WAC HSTEIN ELECTRONIC WARFARE OFFICER N LTJG .I.M. STEUSSY CIC OFFICER LTJG R.H. WESTRAY NTDS MAINTENANCE OFFICER w-wry-. .1 IWL, l LTJG P.L. LUND INTELLIGENCE OFFICER 'xfi ' - . -i A CWO-2 R.O. JAMES ELECTRONICS MATERIAL OFFICER ls. 3 141. -r , I . 1 Q- a ,,. ,J I 1 r--.f-.--wsu.-...Q , 1 1:-H . -,.....,-1 . -.,.., -Wiki! --q.,,, 6 -: girl' ?! u N. .XD if M - 1'- ,Jr-4 4' ff GE up Z 1 3 a -. ' ll A '!5"iE-12: 771 N' 'vsaf . 52155, 5 ' . , , fs .7 , ,-k ern , 1 fi 1 K Hn. Q E DEP RTME T l l i LT..I.I.WILLIAMS WEAPONS OFFICER Lieutenant WILLIANIS is a native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and began his naval career as an enlisted man in October 1949. He first served aboard a United States battleship, USS WISCONSIN KBBA-645. during the Korean conflict. In July l955 LT WILLIAMS was brought back to the Atlantic and to USS NEWPORT NEWS KCA-1483 where he served until the autumn of I962 and his entrance into Officer Candidate School. Upon commissioning in December l96Z he was ordered to USS CANBERRA ICAC-Zi as Assistant Fire Control Officer. In February 1966 LT WILLIAMS was transferred to shore duty and attended TERRIERXTARTAR Officer course in Dam Neck, Virginia. and then performed instructor duty until his rotation in October 1968. In December l968 Lieutenant WILLIAMS reported onboard KING as Eire Control Officer and has recently assumed the duties of Weapons Officer. I 3335721 'O S I I - R V I W R I LTJO L.R. YARNELL LT-R-M LEWIS FIRE CONTROL OFFICER ASW OFFICER LTJG .I.A. OTTERBEIN FIRST LIEUTENANT I ., A 2. ' .4-f' , i I ff 19- R IF- , LT.IGv W. ALEXANDER ENS.R.I5. COLQUHOUN GUBNERY UFFICER MISSILE OFFICER I 'Tx STAMDBY FOR HEAW Roms... WD . Q fin ,1- f W 1 J Q40 JW if Ll If il fl- JW' vi ll H ll!!! ' W' "1Ji,.il' :' 7 ' O I ' ' f 5, f ' 2gg.Lt.4..Q..p "" ,rfii -2-1. F' Miw I V I! r 4-.--1 P!'9"' if 'ff f f - -v , - 7111, X , , in X405 Q S- ipft-2OAY1n ,qgw FT' LIFT ,Q it ' ' S--'A 'N me xazxtov- NN"S--1 Nfxvy 1 " ,' ,PSN-16'u QUX4-R4 X J, .-,.,......V Q, L mamzo- QQ Q ' 9' 3 ff I , e f 3. 9154103 df L if er ' A f 0 -NWN' NX, J - A is fw fy Z4 Jlgwzol- I ' ' n 'yigkx o o o Q 1 V l v-...L I X 'L ' 'sf , N. 4 N X 'hd' A ' Q ULIB, 'G' '--uf 247 - 1 '1' t in M ' " , Q. .P X50 VL, 'ffl 4 '- ,Z "af -3-gi DEP , LCDR.W.J.HILL CHIEF ENGINEER Lieutenant Commander HILL was born in Darby, Pennsylvania. After graduation from Officer Candidate School in March 1961 Mr. HILL assumed his first duty aboard the USS BIGELOW CDD-9421 as Damage Control Assistant. Upon completion of a six month course of study at Destroyer School in Newport, Rhode Island, LCDR HILL reported onboard the USS ALLEN M. SUMNER CDD-6921 as the Chief Engineer. Mr. HILL served at two more commands before reporting to KING. From October 1966 to October 1967 he served as Assistant Operations Officer at the Naval Support Activity, Danang and from November 1967 to March 1970 LCDR HILL served with Commander Destroyer Development Group TWO as the Group Engineer. LCDR HILL is presently Chief Engineer onboard KING. LT.T.M. MEEHAN DAMAGE CONTROL ASSISTANT LTJG J.S. POLK MAIN PROPULSION ASSISTANT 1,..,..,.,I ENS.J.W. WENDEL ELECTRICAL OFFICER X' 'hc f 9 ' 7 xo I' r 'Q f qo- T P X xl' 4 1 3'1- 4 x if . in g 'ff 4 . s 1 fry, -s. BL ', af . W. s S X fa. . 3 . .4- ff, -H' IK 14 1-ug V L in1...s bl r:"'Z -8' 'U V ff-si 'u -nn ,N-all lil- LCDR.J.E.KOPP SUPPLY OFFICER Lieutenant Commander KOPP was born in Geneva, Illinois. He was accepted in Officer Candidate School in June of 1960 and was commissioned in May 1961. Upon commissioning, his first assignment was the USS ORISKANY QCVA-345 as Wardroom!Sales Officer. ln April of 1963 LCDR KOPP was transferred to Mare Island Naval Shipyard where he assumed thc duties as Assistant Stock Control Superintendent. L' tenant Commander KOPP spent the next four years at Transportation Traffic Terminal Division reu 12-l. ln March of l96 ' 1 1 d Utah, where he served 8 LCDR KOPP received orders to Defense Depot, Og en, as Storage Officer. In January of l97O LCDR KOPP reported aboard KING as Supply Officer. LTJG W.L. GUY DISBURSING OFFICER ....-- ., , H ' ELJIJAQS- If I . A' QQ A 1 . S , . .:.,.,4,.L I b , , .gas --- W v 1 V y F 1 1, I I 5 s N. ft Ei i 12 ii 1 M11 4 ,fem-i LETS THROW THESE WLHTES IN Wm! 'Nm' Ren BEBSPREAD ,,,, www ? Xsls SQA 4 fi 9 X rj 6 M f xx X V' mL,5 v f v Ly , . I f X ' H L! , , , A,1:. f: lik S NAVIGATION 1 PERSUNNE 4l-13 LTJG R.E. LAUER NAVIGATORXPERSONNEL OFFICER Lieutenant Cjunior gradel LAUER was born in Spokane, Washington. He graduated from Officer Candidate School on August l7, 1967. Upon graduation from college in l968 he received orders to USS CHARA CAE-313 as Second Division Officer. In January of 1970 Mr. LAUER reported to Naval Training Center, San Diego to further his studies in Navigation. Upon completion of Navigation School Mr. LAUER reported to KING as Ship's Navigator. He is also Ship's Secretary and Personnel Officer. 4.7 ICK B I K-.Z CAZHPHWPO O F F I C E rmZZOwwm On 6 July l970 KING left San Diego on her seventh deployment to the Western Pacific to serve as Search and Rescue ship. The first port visit was a three day stay in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Following Hawaii, there was a brief stop for fuel at Midway Island on I8 July. KING officially reported to the SEVENTH Fleet for duty on 22 July while in transit from Midway to Guam in the Marianas Islands. After refueling and an all too brief four hours of liberty on Guam, the transit west continued. Our next stop was Subic Bay in the Philippines. We were in Subic for seven days and spent the days performing maintenance and preparing for operations in the Gulf of Tonkin. During the transit the ship had regularly scheduled casino nights, sing-a-longs, karate lessons, skeet shooting and evening movies. We left Subic Bay on 6 August and on 9 August embarked a helicopter with crew from the relieved the USS COONTZ CDLG-91 on station in the Gulf of Tonkin about 40 miles off the coast of North Vietnam. We remained on station for nine days of operation as a Search and Rescue Unit and picket ship. The weather during this period was hot and humid with temperatures in the 900s during the day and dropping to 750 at night. Our next stop was Kaohsiung, Taiwan, where we again refueled and had a few hours he Taiwan Straits. We arrived in Yokosuka on ashore before leaving for Yokosuka, Japan, via t 24 August for another period of upkeep and maintenance. Many KINGSMEN started their WESTPAC shopping in Yokosuka. While in Yokosuka two tours were scheduled to the World's Fair in Osaka. Approximately 60 officers and men were able to attend. Next we were underway to the Sea of Japan. We spent seven days at sea as part of PARPRO fPeace Time Air Reconnaissance Programj Task Unit after which we returned to Sasebo. Our time in Sasebo was spent in many ways, shopping, softball, some short tours and a ship's party which was well received by all ha time and effort expended were to maintain and improve the capability of KING to do her job. These jobs were completed on schedule and we returned to-the Sea of Japan on 22 September to resume duties as PARPRO picket ship. On 28 September we were relieved of our duties in the Sea of Japan and were headed for nds from Seaman to Captain. But most of the the "Jewel of the Orient", the British Crown Colony of Hong Kong, for six days of rest and recreation. Hong Kong was a colony of color and contrast, of a thousand strange sights, of fantastic bargains, of rickshaw rides and walla walla ridges, of smart cosmopolitan night spots and . . . u hectic Chinese dance halls, of the fashions of Mayflower and the Hong Kong split skirt. A this and more was observed by KINGSMEN in the colony. After our well enjoyed vacation in Hong Kong we returned to Subic Bay to refuel and h. take on a helo detachment for operations in the Gulf on Tonkin as Search and Rescue s ip once again. We left the Gulf of Tonkin on 27 October and steamed to Subic Bay. We arrived in Subic d on 29th October to off load the helo detachment, take on stores, and refuel. We also ha our last night of liberty in Subic Bay this underway for Sasebo. From 6 H 10 November we once again underwent operations a Sea of Japan. The remainder of the operations. cruise. On the moming of 30 October we were s PARPRO picket in the month of November was spent in and out of Sasebo for Early in December we arrived in Yokosuka to take on final stores and fuel for our journey back to the states. .'? Ji DEPARTURE f':g.E? E 1 3 4, 'Y fqlx 1 ' 'l I 1 ' n7'l. X ,v- -rc --Q! I ii r K 1 "1 f ' 'ga ,qi X ff' If 'Y L.. i 5 E ik 13501 L.,- Qs. QPAMRQP' QF' ' 'Q if 11-IT fp me ,mi M D 'T' w A' Q F' '- .1 rn :la f. i in, Q3 .,. '-"5.",""i'--' as-1' ---M 1 ,f..., .. irq ' W, ...f ,f, a ii'-if "I, V 5 ,. 5.0- ,gf -,,,'1f'Q 'ffvgpknlx-6 W it Y ,, Av 1--f 9 :'?'v-.. fvwidf, . 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BASINSKI EM3 R. L. LANNOTTI SH3 J. T. DAYTON MICHIGAN BMI R. E. CALLOWAY YN2 E. J. ATZINGER, JR. GMM2 D. E. TAWNEY GMMSN A. R. BEECHNER RD3 L. J. MCRAE FN E. M. FAHRNI MMC H. SCHWARK SN M. J. MAISON FTM3 G. F. CARTWRIGHT SN D. J. SHEFFER RM2 H. E. CARTER MINNESOTA FTM1 D. H. DECOCK STG2 A. T. DZIK GMG2 R. H. THIRY RDSN D. J. CHRISTOPHER BTFN S. W. CUDDIHY ICI R. C. DERHEIM IC3 D. L. TURK FN G. A. DUFOUR SN D. N. FIKSEN FTMI E. G. PALMER RM3 T. W. OLSON FN D. T. JAPS MM3 R. J. STENSON FN F. C. WRIGHT CSSN TRONSON LTJG P. L. LUND MISSISSIPPI STG2 T. L. GOSS MISSOURI BMI J. W. CHAMBERS RDI S. K. MCCULLOUGH RDI R. W. CARLSON SK3 T. J. TONELLA BM2 N. L. COATES FTMC R. A. MAUNTEL RMI G. W. WHITLEY NEBRASKA OMSN J. R. STANSTNY STCM L. E. MYERS FTM2 P. D. VUCHETICH MMI T. P. FISCHER NEVADA HMC F. E. SCHULTE STG2 R. W. MILLER BT2 D. W. WOOD NEW JERSEY GMGSA J., S. LIVORNESE SN G. E. LAWRENCE RD3 M. P. LOGAN RD3 J. DAVIDS RD3 A. MANZO FTGSN J. J. FARRELL FTM1 R. L. COX LTJG R. M. LEWIS LTJG R. 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LAURENCE BT3 R. T. KRUGER FN E. H. ASHLEY FTM2 J. R. LUTHY RMSN R. D. HARRIS MM3 K. O. MCDONALD LTJG J. A. OTTERBEIN PENSSYLVANIA YNI E. J. MOORE GMMSN R. J. SCHIEBEL RD3 C. R. YOUNG BTFN D. D. DETEMPLE DC3 R. C. LAMBORN SF3 R. L. STERNER EM3 C. R. CRAMER MM3 R. D. MESSENGER FN D. L. FURMAN SK3 J. H. LEE BM3 R. J. BRIAR FTM3 S. P. BURNS RMSN J. M. PERSHING MM3 T. R. HOLDEN ETI I. F. TRINKLE RHODE ISLAND PC2 H. E. WETHERELL BTFN T. C. MAREK FTGI M. J. MANDEVILLE SOUTH CAROLINA FTG2 R. A. BRANTLEY SOUTH DAKOTA RD3 J. R. KENNEDY RDSN P. O. GRASSL BTC G. R. KANE SM2 V. C. KAHLER TEXAS PNI R. L. DOWNEY YNSN M. E. LYNCH SN J. R. SMITH GMG3 R. G. GOLDEN GMG2 J. C. ASHLOCK YN3 J. E. ELLISTON BT2 C. I. HODNETT FN R. J. ULLMAN EMI L. D. TAYLOR EM2 J. A. MARSH CS3 A. H. BROWN, JR. SN C. H. JONES SN W, O. WEEKS SN J. R. KUTTLER FTM3 V. L. RICHARDSON SMI A. M. RAMIEREZ, JR SM3 R. REYNA RMC R. J. GERARD RM3 L. A. ESPINOSA MMCM D. J. GREEN SN M. L. LEMIEUX ENS J. W. WENDEL, JR. TENNESSEE FTM2 M. T. BROSENNE UTAH STI M. M. LIGTERMOET RD3 D. E. LOWE MM2 A. J. NYMAN VIRGINIA RD3 O. S. OUESENBERRY SN V. C. CAMERON WASHINGTON LCDR C. I. COOK QM2 R. F. BABST TMI L. R. GATEWOOD STG2 R. W. LEVEE RDC W. P. MALLOW RD2 H. E. BAXTER RD3 J. W. DALTON FN G. A. DOANE BT3 M. A. ROBINSON FN K. D. MILLER CSI A. C. KAUTZMAN SHL3 L. J. WYKES SN P. R. PETREE SN G. ANDREWS FTM2 J. R. SPENCE LTJG R. E. LAUER LCDR J. E. KOPP WASHINGTON D. C. SN S. A. CHANDLER WEST VIRGINIA FN R. L. BROGEN WISCONSIN RD2 R. A. KRIVITZ ENI R. E. SCHNUR FTM3 F. D. ZURAWSKI MM3 C. L. BOWEN MM3 M. E. YOUNGS WYOMING RD2 P. BEATTY SN K. L. WOODS GMMSN W. L. ELLIOTT STG2 R. E. OUTLAND RDSA G. R. BRATEN RDSN C. A. CHEW SK2 J. Z. WEBBER PHILLIPINES SD2 R. P. ISIP SD3 E. V. GUADALUPE EM3 R. G. TOLENTINO SK3 A. B. MERCADO CS3 R. T. CRISOLOGO SK3 D. A. IGNACIO TN R. M. DECLARO TN D. G. GARCIA PANAMA SN S. W. MCALLISTER AS WE HEAD FOR HOME . . . My job as your Commanding Officer was made easy this past deployment because you were proud of your work, enjoyed your liberty and pulled together as the crew of KING rather than go your different individual ways. Unfortunately for security reasons, you were not informed of many of KING's highly successful accomplishments during what appeared to be routine picket duty. However, I will tell you we did not carry out the mission of a destroyer! No little sis- ter destroyer during our deployment had the engineers who could keep the plant operating and the fresh water tanks fullg no de- stroyer had missiles in warm up and long range fire control radars in standby, no destroyer controlled high performance jet aircraft or detected and intercepted nunfriendliesu several hundred miles in advance of our carriers, no destroyer could join our NTDS com- puter data link or carry a helo, in fact the only ships that could compete with KING were much larger. Yes, you all joined the big league players on this cruise. As we head for home having concluded our assignment with the SEVENTH Fleet, it is hoped that you have been left with a sense of personal satisfaction that our deployment in the Western Pacifi has contributed to maintaining peace in the world and that we have significantly promoted good will and understanding with our allies I dedicate this cruise book to the hard working crew of KING, I wish you all success in your Naval or civilian careers and I bid you all a traditional Navy nwell Donen. 1 D. M. JACKSON Com anding Officer C f CRUISE BOOK STAFF CRUISE BOOK OFFICER - LTJG R.H.WESTRAY COPY - YN3 R.M.EVANICKI PHOTO EDITOR - SM2 V.C. KAHLER PHOTOGRAPHY - YNSN M.E. LYNCH - GMM2 T.M. GARTLAND - DS1 J. CAMERON - DS2 A.R. WOOLARD ARTISTS - LTJG J.M. STEUSSY - BM3 T.A. KLAUDA COVER DESIGN - BM3 T.A. KLAUDA A SPECIAL THANKS TO SN K. L. WOODS AND SN J.J. 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