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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.
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
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.
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.
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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.
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
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.
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