Lofberg (DD 759) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1965

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CHAN GE OF CUMMAND 31 March 1965 On 31 March 1965, Commander W. C. Madill relieved Commander R. M. Husty as Commanding Officer, USS LOFBERC, while at sea. Attendance at the ceremony was limited to the ship's officers and chief petty officers and a selected group of other enlisted men. Commander Husty was presented with a gift from the crew at a farewell party which immediately followed the change of command ceremonies. It s been great Sir!

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OFFICER 31 March - W.G. MADILL, JR. Commander, USN Commander William G. Madill, Jr., a native of Detroit, Michigan, enlisted in the NHVY in October l94l He had advanced t S , , o econd Class Electrician's Mate before being selected fgl' the Naval College Training Program in 1943. Upon completing the Mechanical Engiiieeggeg College Training Program at the University of Michigan in October 1945, he was comm1ES1 was Ensign, USNR. His first billet was First Lieutenant aboard the USS ROWE CDD-5649. 15 Of- followed by a tour aboard the USS SHELTON QDD-7905, and then a tour as Commu.n1cat1QnS of ficer for TACRON THREE. Intermediate tours ranging from Operations fEXecutive Officer - the USS RAYMOND QDE-3411 to Commanding Officer of the USS ENGAGE QMSDO-433710 Cong- munications Officer for COMPHIBGRU THREE provided him with a highly diversified bHC ground. Commander Madill graduated from the George Washington University with an AB degli? in Business Administration, 22 February 1962, as a result of participating in their College General Studies after-hours program while on duty in OPNAV The 'CAPTAIN is h ' aut orized to wear the American Defense, the American Theatre, the European Theatre fone starj, the World War Two Victor h y, t e Navy Good Conduct, the National Defense, and the Armed Porces Expeditionar med l y a s. Commander Madill is married to the form J er anet W. Stober of Maplewood, New Jersey. They reside in Coronado with their two sons, Bill and Tom. COMMANDING



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ja. ABOUT THE fi GGFRIENDLYW X.0. . Lieutenant Commander Fox graduated from Vanderbilt University in 1953 and en- tered Navy Officer Candidate School in July of that year. Upon receiving his commission in November 1953, he reported to the USS ROCKBRIDGE QAPA-2285 where he served as Gunnery Officer and Assistant Group Commander. From July 1956 until July 1958, he served as Weapons Instructor at the NROTC Unit at Northwestern University. Upon com- pletion of this tour, Mr. Fox augmented into the regular Navy and received orders to the USS ROBINSON QDD-5625, where he served as Operations Officer until September 1959. In November of 1959, he assumed com- mand of the USS KALMIA IATA-1845, pro- viding target drone services for the Fleet Training Group, San Diego. Upon completion of this tour, he became Aide and Flag Lieutenant to the Commandant Eleventh Naval District in San Diego, serving in this ca- pacity until reporting aboard LOFBERG in September 1964. LCDR Fox, a native of Evansville, Indiana, is married and has four children, all residing in San Diego. EXECUTIVE OFFICER R.V. FUX Lieutenant Commander, USN 5 Q X.O. ,NA it 4 PT!-'- Finished . . .

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