McKee (AS 41) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1991

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A BLUE DAY IN JANUARY LOVING A SAILOR ... is not always gay. Loving him is .1 Hi H price to It ' s mostly Iqving with nothing to hold, it ' s being younj yet feeling old.

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Commander Submarine Squadron Eleven Captain Oscar Daniel Scarborough III was born in California in 1942. Following one year at Purdue University he graduated from the U. S. Naval Academy in 1965. Following commissioning he completed Naval Submarine School and Nuclear Power training. After a junior officer tour aboard USS SEAWOLF (SSN 575), he served as A1W Prototype Leading Engineering Officer of the Watch and Training Officer. He then reported as Engineer Officer, USS LAFAYETTE (SSBN 616)(Blue) in June 1971. From July 1972 to October 1976 he served as Operations Officer and Navigator aboard USS GRAYLING (SSN 646). During this period GRAYLING conducted a MK 48 Torpedo Technical Evaluation, a regular shipyard overhaul and two deployments. He served as Executive Officer, USS FRANCIS SCOTT KEY (SSBN)(Blue) from February 1977 to August 1980, during which time FRANCIS SCOTT KEY was awarded the Navy Unit Commendation for its successful support of the C4 TRIDENT I missile development. Following Prospective Commanding Officer training, Captain Scarborough relieved as Commanding Officer, USS SUNFISH (SSN 649) in June 1981. During his command SUNFISH conducted three deployments and was awarded the Battle Efficiency " E " and Navy Unit Commendation. In August 1984, Captain Scarborough reported as Deputy Commander for Readiness, Submarine Squadron FOUR. In January 1985 he reported to Navy Operational Intelligence Center and established the Submarine Warfare Operations Research Department, serving as its first director. In July 1986 he was assigned to the staff of the Assistant Chief of Naval Operations for Undersea Warfare (OP-02). From 1986 to 1988 he served as SSN-21 Program Coordinator, Branch Head for New Construction Submarines and Advanced Submarine Research and Development, and as Congressional Liason for Attack Submarine Matters. He is a graduate of the National War College. In July 1989, Captain Scarborough assumed command as Commander Submarine Squadron 1 1 . Captain Scarborough is entitled to wear the Legion of Merit (two gold stars), the Meritotious Service Medal (one gold star), and other personal, unit and service awards. Captain Scarborough is married to the former Nancy Norton Gtover. They have two children, Elizabeth and Daniel. OSCAR D. SCARBOROUGH Captain U. S. Navy 10 CSS-11



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' Midnight, January 16, 1991. Desert Shield becomes Desert Storm. Only 34 hours latet, the first United States Navy ship departs for the Persian Gulf. That ship was USS McKEE (AS-41) From our first wakening moment on that fateful day, through the wait for our bags to be checked, culminating with tears we bid farewell to cherished ones. We, the men and women of McKEE, felt many emotions flooding us. Some endured the long drive and longer wait at the gate to Subase. Others stood watching shipmates, families and friends slowly arrive. Each had private concerns, thoughts, dreams and fears to face as we anticipated our future. Departures for any deployment are always difficult. The emotions felt by us and our families, compounded by the reality of war, were, on this day overwhelming. As we manned the rails watching the secure world of San Diego slide further behind we each contemplated our future. Desert Storm has changed our lives!

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