USS LANSING (DER-388) ACTIVITY LOG

(Excerpted from actual deck logs obtained from National Archives, Washington DC)

 

(In the interest of protecting their anonymity, ship’s company have been assigned aliases,

which have no correlation to their actual name)

 

1-1-62       0000    With the Old Year nearly done.

                                       we lay here moored at FOXTROT One,

                              In Pearl Harbor we securely lay

                                       at a Ford Island berth, this very first day.

                              With port to the WILHOITE, one of our kind,

                                       we’re tied with the usual standard mooring line.

                              The ships presently in the nest,

                                       naturally are all the best

                              The first is the HAMUL (AD-20) with repairs and spare parts aplenty

                                       And nestled snugly to her side, the FLETCHER (DDE-445)

                              DER-397, the WILHOITE next to her,

                                       and then the best, we all concur.

                              The LANSING then on the outboard side,

                                       taking things casually in her stride.

                              Ships present are from the Pacific Fleet,

                                       Ready to cope with any force we meet.

                              Other are yard and district craft,

                                       From a fast ocean tug to a side painters raft.

                              SOPA is CINCPACFLT in all his might

                                       With headquarters at Makalapa Height.

                              The tender provides us with comforts of home,

                                       Electricity, steam, fresh water, and phone.

                              At midnight the hatches are in the position,

                                       For modified YOKE, the material condition.

 

                  0800    Mustered the crew on station. Absentees: NONE

1-2-62       0000    Moored as before.

1-3-62       1000    Made routine inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions normal

1-4-62       0700    Mustered the crew at quarters. Absentee: ROUSEIN, H.I., EN2.

                  0802    LCDR THORSON, Commanding Officer USS WILHOITE, accompanied

                                       by inspection party came onboard and commenced Administration Inspection.

                  0855    ROUSEIN, H.I., EN2, returned onboard having been AWOL since 0700 this date.

                  1059    Commanding Officer, USS WILHOITE (DER-397) and inspection party left the ship.

                  1815    Received 100 rounds of 3”/50 Cal. VTNF ammo from USS HAMUL (AD-20)

1-5-62       0630    Mustered crew at Quarters. Absentees: None

                  0800    Mustered crew on the pier for Squadron Commander’s, (CORTRON FIVE) Inspection of personnel.

                  0825    Secured from inspection

                  0900    Commenced Squadron Commander’s Material Inspection of the ship.

                  1012    YTL 166 came alongside to starboard

                  1023    Commenced breasting out for purpose of moving camel between ships

                  1030    Secured from Inspection

                  1051    Completed maneuvering clear of starboard side

                  1100    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions normal.

                                       Made weekly inspection of sprinkling system and flooding system; condition satisfactory.

                  1410    COMCORTRON FIVE and Members of his inspecting Party departed the ship

                                       having completed Administrative Inspection.

1-6-62       0800    Mustered the crew on station. No unauthorized absentees.

                  1810    High temperature alarm in magazines 1-129, 1-31, 4-27 sounded. All magazines were investigated

                                       and no excessive temperatures were noted.

1-7-62       1120    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples. Conditions normal.

1-8-62       0710    Two officers and nineteen crew departed the ship on TAD Orders to

                                       Commander Fleet Training Group, Pearl Harbor.

                  0800    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: MISFIRE, S.F., SFM3 and MAINTOP, T.M., FTG2.

                  1021    MISFIRE, S.F., SFM3, returned to the ship having been AWOL since 0800, 8 January

                                       a period of 2 hours and 21 minutes.

1-9-62       0800    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: (1) One, MAINTOP, T.M., FTG2.

                                       USS DURANT (DER-389) moored alongside to starboard.

                  2213    Assumed the electrical load on #2 Ship’s service generator

                  2224    Shifted the electrical load to emergency generator

                  2315    Shifted to tender power.

1-10-62     0551    Shifted from shore power to ship’s power

                  0630    Made all preparations for getting underway.

                  0655    Pilot MACHALKIN came on board

                  0700    USS DURANT (DER-389) underway from alongside by tugs

                  0700    Set special sea and anchor detail

                  0702    YTM 195 (USS YONAGUSKA) alongside starboard bow.

                  0706    YTB 262 (USS ONEYANA) came alongside starboard quarter

                  0711    Underway from alongside USS WILHOITE (DER-397)

                  0732    USS HASSAYAMPA (AO-145) standing in

                  0740    Moored portside to USS DURANT (DER-389) in a nest of four ships at Foxtrot One,

                                       U.S. Naval Air Station, Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Ships from inboard to outboard are

                                       USS HAMUL (AD-20), USS FLETCHER (DDE-445), USS DURANT (DER-389) and

                                       USS LANSING (DER-388)

                  0750    YTB 262 (USS ONEYANA) departed from alongside starboard quarter and

                                       YTM 195 (USS YONAGUSKA) departed from alongside starboard bow.

                  0750    Pilot departed from ship

                  0800    Mustered the crew at quarters. Absentees: One (1) MAINTOP, T.M., FTG2,

                                       absent since 0730, 8 January 1962.

                  1235    D/F Antenna on starboard side of after mast fell to the 01 level. No one was injured.

                                       Antenna was damaged

                  1308    Divers commenced diving under the USS DURANT (DER-389)

                  1355    A motor launch came alongside to transfer dummy torpedoes

                  1405    Received (2) two Mk 32 Mod 2 practice torpedoes from NAD Oahu. Motor launch cast off

                  1516    YOGN-115 came alongside to starboard

                  1540    Commenced taking on fuel

                  1620    Secured from taking on fuel having received 17,919 gallons

                  1900    YOGN-115 maneuvered clear of starboard side

1-11-62     0800    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: MAINTOP, T.M., FTG2

                  1237    Commenced taking on plaster loaded hedge hogs from USS HAMUL (AD-20).

                  1400    Secured from taking on plaster loaded hedge hogs, having loaded 26 on board.

                  1640    Set the special sea and anchor detail for breasting out.

                  1650    Tugs YTB 162 alongside starboard to assist in breasting out.

                  1731    Underway breasting out cold iron. Under tug power with USS DURANT (DER-389) moored

                                       alongside USS CARPENTER (DDE-825) moored alongside USS FLETCHER (DDE-445).

                  1805    Moored. Breasting out completed

                  1708    YTB 262 (USS ONEYANA) and YTM 162 departed.

1-12-62     0800    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentee: MAINTOP, T.M., FTG2, and MAINMAST, S.M., YN2.

                  0925    MAINMAST, S.M., YN2, reported on board

                  1110    HMCS ASSINIBOINE (DDE-234) standing out in channel

                  1400    The Commanding Officer held mast and imposed non-judicial punishment as follows:

                                       MAINMAST, S.M., YN2, Offense: AWOL from 0745, 12 January 1962 to

                                       0930, 12 January 1962, a period of One hour and 45 minutes.

                                       Punishment, Restriction to limits of ship for 7 days commencing on 12 January 1962.

1-13-62     0800    Mustered the crew at Stations, Absentee: MAINTOP, T.M., FTG2.

1-14-62     0000    Moored portside to the USS DURANT (DER-389) in a nest of five ships,

                                       USS HAMUL (AD-20, USS FLETCHER (DDE-445), USS CARPENTER (DD-825),

                                       USS DURANT (DER-389) and USS LANSING (DER-388) at Berth FOXTROT-1,

                                       NAS Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii using standard mooring lines doubled.

                                       SOPA is CINCPACFLT with headquarters at Makalapa Heights, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.

                                       Ships present include various Units of the U.S. Pacific Fleet, harbor and district craft and

                                       3 units of the Canadian Escort Squadron 2, HMCS ASSINIBOINE (DDE-234),

                                       HMCS MARGAREE (DDE-230) and HMCS OTTAWA (DDE-229).

                                       Modified material condition YOKE is set throughout the ship. Receiving all services except

                                       electrical and phone from the tender.

                  0620    Housed starboard anchor, dipped port anchor

                  0710    Set modified sea detail.

                  0716    Received YTM 188 (USS NEGWAGON) on starboard bow and embarked Pilot TAYLOR.

                  0721    Received YTM 195 (USS YONAGUSKA) on starboard quarter.

                  0722    Disconnected all services from tender

                  0731    Singled all lines

                  0751    Underway

                  0831    Moored portside to USS SAVAGE (DER-386).

                  0900    Mustered the crew on station, Absentee: MAINTOP, T.M., FTG2.

1-15-62     0700    Mustered the crew at quarters, Absentees: MAINTOP, T.M., FTG2, and MAINDECK, H.C., SK3.

                  0730    Set the Special Sea and Anchor detail.

                  0800    Captain and Navigator are on the bridge

                  0801    Commenced maneuvering away from alongside the SAVAGE (DER-386).

                  0802    Underway, enroute from Foxtrot one to operating area GOLF one.

                                       Assumed various course and speed changes to conform to Pearl Harbor channel

                  0844    Entered international waters.

                  0859    Sustained a casualty to No. 2 main engine. Slowed the starboard shaft to 1/3

                                       to take no. 2 main engine off the line

                  0906    Placed No. 2 main engine back on the line. Commenced increasing speed.

                  0909    All engines ahead full, making 305 RPM’s for 17 Kts.

                  0915    C/c to 1840T

                  0921    C/c to 1770T

                  1030    C/s 16 Kts.

                  1047    Momentarily lost lube oil pressure to port reduction gear. Slowed port shaft

                                       for approximately two (2) minutes and returned to 12 Kts.

                  1245    Exercised the crew at 1AA General Quarters.

                  1255    Material condition ZEBRA is set.

                  1308    Commenced steering various courses and speeds while conducting Gunnery Exercise, Z-6-G.

                  1432    Secured from Gunnery exercise having expended 24 rounds of VT Non-Frag, 3’/50 Ammunition

                  1435    Tested the ABC washdown system and found satisfactory

                  1451    Set material condition YOKE throughout the ship.

                  1455    Secured from General Quarters

                  1622    Set the special sea and anchor detail. Entered inland waters. Captain and Navigator are on the bridge

                                       OOD has the conn.

                  1624    Commenced steering various courses and various speeds to conform with Pearl Harbor channel

                  1630    Passed buoy No. 2 abeam to starboard

                  1634    Passed buoy No. 3 & 4 abeam to port and starboard respectively

                  1700    Commenced maneuvering to go alongside pier.

                  1705    Secured the special sea and anchor detail. Moored starboard side with standard mooring lines

                                       to Berth 23, pier Bravo at U.S. Naval Station, Pearl Harbor Hawaii.

                  1720    USS FORSTER (DER-334) moored alongside to port. Shifted the electrical load from

                                       No. 1 and 3 Ship’s service generators to No. 2 Ship’s service generator

                  1730    Commenced receiving telephone and fresh water from the pier.

                  1920    MAINDECK, H.C., SK3, returned on board having been absent since 0700 this date.

1-17-62     0745    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentee: MAINTOP, T.M., FTG2, having been

                                       U/A since 0730, 8 January 1962

                  0850    Moored starboard side to pier Bravo, Berth 23.5

                  0905    ENS B.G. MAINBATTERY reported aboard for duty accordance with BuPers Orders.

                  1250    Commenced taking on fuel, from YOGN-115. Draft fwd 10’6”, aft 10’7”.

                  1350    Secured from taking on fuel. Draft forward 11’1”, aft 11’1”, 17,500 gal. of diesel oil

                  1400    Shifted from ship’s power to shore power

                  1500    YOGN-115 departed from port side of ship

1-18-62     0745    Mustered the crew at Quarters. One (1) unauthorized absentee: MAINTOP, T.M., FTG2,

                                       AWOL since 0730, 8 January 1962.

                  1615    Set modified sea detail. The Captain and Navigator are on the bridge

                  1620    YTM 496 alongside portside aft

                  1622    Took in brow

                  1626    YTM 262 alongside portside forward.

                  1627    All lines singled aft

                  1632    All lines singled forward

                  1635    All lines on deck. Underway for Berth Bravo 21, U.S. Naval Shipyard, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

                  1643    Moored berth Bravo 21, U.S. Naval Shipyard, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

                  1650    Cast off YTM 262

                  1651    Cast off YTM 496.

1-19-62     0745    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentee: MAINTOP, T.M., FTG2, AWOL

                                       since 0730, 8 January 1962.

                  0919    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples,

                                       conditions normal. Made weekly test of sprinkler system.

1-20-62     0745    Mustered the crew. Absentees: MAINTOP, T.M., FTG2, since 0730, 8 January 1962

                  0750    Pursuant to verbal authority of CORTRON FIVE, LTJG WILGENBUSCH,,

                                       reported aboard for Temporary Duty from the USS DURANT (DER-389)

                  0835    Set the Special Sea and Anchor Detail. The Captain and Navigator are on the bridge

                  0925    Underway in accordance with COMDESFLOT FIVE MOVORD 3-62 &

                                       COMBARPAC OP-ORDER 201-60.

                  0926    Commenced steering of various courses at various speeds while standing out of Pearl Harbor Channel

                  1006    Passed Channel Buoy 1 abeam to starboard. Secured the Special Sea and Anchor Detail

                  1010    Entered international waters. Set course 269. Speed 16 Kts.

                  1036    C/s 17 Kts

                  1052    Passed Barbers Point abeam to starboard set course 302.

                  1210    Commenced Air Control Exercise Z-17-CC.

                  1430    Changed course to 000

                  1432    Completed Air Control Exercise (Z-17-CC)

                  1802    C/c 3380.

                  2011    Unidentified radar surface contact 0820T, distance 38,000 yds; designated Skunk Alpha.

                  2017    Skunk Alpha’s course 2400T, speed 22 Kts.

                  2037    Skunk Alpha held visually 1100T

                  2038    Skunk Alpha at CPA 1150T distance 31,800 yds.

                  2125    Skunk Alpha faded bearing 1750T distance 56,000 yds.

1-21-62     0000    Underway independently proceeding from U.S. Naval Station, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii to

                                       NAVAID/SAR Station “AA” in accordance with

                                       COMDESFLOT V MOVORD 3062 AND COMBARPAC OP-ORDER 201-60.

                                       Base course is 3380T, Base speed is 17 Kts.

                                       Material condition YOKE and condition of readiness IV are set throughout the ship.

                                       No. 1, 2, 3, and 4 main engines are on the line.

                                       The electrical load is split between No. 1 and 3 Ship’s service generators

                  0027    Visibility decreased to ½ mile in heavy rain. Commenced sounding fog signals in accordance with

                                       the international rules of the road

                  0037    Visibility increased to 5 miles. Ceased sounding fog signals

                  0310    Visibility decreased to 200 yds. Commenced sounding fog signals in accordance with the

                                       international rules of the road

                  0320    Visibility increased to 5 miles. Cased sounding fog signals.

                  2050    Lost steering control on the bridge

                  2055    Regained steering control on the bridge

1-22-62     0000    Underway independently proceeding from U.S. Naval Station, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii to

                                       NAVAID/SAR Station “AA” in accordance with

                                       COMDESFLOT V MOVORD 3-62 and COMBARPAC OP-ORDER 201-60.

                                       Material condition YOKE and condition of readiness IV are set.

                                       Base course 3400, speed 17 Kts. No. 1, 2, 3, and 4 main engines are on the line.

                                       The electrical load is split between No. 1 and 3 Ship’s service generators.

                  0223    Experienced ruptured fuel oil return line on No. 1 ship’s generator. Shifted the forward electrical load

                                       to No. 2 Ship’s service generator

                  0254    Completed repairs to number 1 ship’s service generator. Shifted the forward electrical load

                                       to number 1 ship’s service generator.

                  1535    Exercised the crew at ditching at sea stations

                  1545    Secured from ditching at sea drill

1-23-62     0000    Underway independently enroute from Pearl Harbor, Hawaii to

                                       NAVAID/SAR Station “AA” in accordance with COMBARPAC OP-ORDER 201-60

                                       and COMDESFLOT V MOVORD 3-62.

                                       Material condition YOKE and condition of readiness IV are set.

                                       No. 1, 2, 3, and 4 main engines are on the line.

                                       The electrical load is split between No. 1 and 3 Ship’s service generators.

                                       Base Course 3400. Base speed 17 Kts.

                  1538    Exercised the crew at 1AA General Quarters

                  1541    Material condition ZEBRA set.

                  1542    Held an abandon ship drill

                  1547    Secured from abandon ship drill

                  1552    Material condition YOKE set

                  1556    Secured from drill.

1-24-62     0000    Underway independently enroute from Pearl Harbor, Hawaii to

                                       NAVAID/SAR Station “AA” in accordance with COMBARPAC OP-ORDER 201-60

                                       and COMDESFLOT V MOVORD 3-62.

                                       Material condition YOKE and condition of readiness IV are set.

                                       Numbers 1, 2, 3, and 4 main engines are on the line.

                                       The electrical load is split between No. 1 and 3 Ship’s Service Generators.

                                       Base Course 3400. Base speed 17 Kts.

                  0102    C/c to 120

                  0125    C/c to 340

                  0545    C/s to 16 Knots

                  0930    Sustained casualty to No. 1 Ship Service Generator. Placed No. 2 Ship’s Service on the line

                  0931    C/c 3380.

                  0945    Casualty to No. 1 Ship’s Service Generator has been restored. Placed No. 1 Ship’ Service

                                       Generator back on the line. Took No. 2 Ship’s Service Generator off the line.

                  1135    C/s 15 Kts.

                  1835    C/s to 16 Knots

                  2103    Detected faulty contact brushes on No. 1 Ship’s Service Generator and

                                       shifted the forward electrical load to No. 2 Ship’ Service Generator

                  2216    C/c to 3330.

1-25-62     0000    Underway independently enroute from U.S. Naval Station, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii to

                                       NAVAID/SAR Station “AA” in accordance with COMBARPAC OP-ORDER 201-60

                                       and COMDESFLOT V MOVORD 3-62. Base course is 333. Base speed is 16 Kts.

                                       Number 1, 2, 3 and 4 main engines are on the line.

                                       The electrical load is split between No. 1 and 3 Ship’s Service Generators.

                                       Material condition YOKE and condition of readiness IV are set.

                  0315    C/s 15 Kts

                  0330    C/s 12 Kts

                  0345    C/s 10 Kts

                  0359    All engines ahead 1/3, 136 RPM for 8 kts

                  0400    Underway as before. Number 2 and 4 main engines are in immediate standby.

                                       Maximum RPM on No’s 1 and 2 is 247.

                  0404    All engines ahead 2/3 172 RPM for 10 kts

                  0409    All engines ahead standard 227 Rpm for 13 Kts.

                  0831    C/s 12 kts

                  0836    C/c to 0000. C/c 0100 PGC

                  0840    C/s 8 Kts. Stopped the port shaft

                  0905    Placed No. 4 main engine in 30 minute standby and number 2 and 3 main engines in 5 minute standby.

                  0933    Shifted the electrical load to number 2 Ship Service Generator

                  1014    Stopped all engines. Commenced lying to

                  1017    Placed number 1 main engine in 5 minute standby

                  2000    Underway with no way on, on a heading of 325

                  2125    Sighted an unidentified flying object on a bearing of 145, position angle 85.

                  2125    Unidentified flying object faded from sight

                  2204    Placed No. 3 main engine on the line. P/E/A 1/3, 138 Turns: 2 turns over eight Knots.

                  2206    C/c 0300.

                  2216    C/c 0200.

1-26-62     0000    Underway independently patrolling NAVAID/SAR Station “AA” in accordance with

                                       COMBARPAC OP-ORDER 201-60 and COMDESFLOT V MOVORD 3-62.

                                       Material condition YOKE and condition of readiness IV are set.

                                       Number 3 main engine is on the line with number 1 main engine in 5 minute standby.

                                       The electrical load is on number 2 ship’s service generator. Base course 0200. Speed 8 Kts.

                  0204    C/c to 0100.

                  0903    No. 2 Ship’s Service Generator not maintaining constant frequency. Shifted the electrical load

                                       to No. 3 Ship’s Service Generator

                  1117    Completed repairs on No. 2 Ship’s Service Generator. Shifted the electrical load from

                                       No. 3 to No. 2 Ship’s Service Generator

                  1249    C/c to 0000.

                  1252    C/c to 005

                  1253    C/c to 010.

                  1731    C/c 020.

                  1808    C/c 0150 PGC

                  2014    C/c to 0200

1-27-62     0000    Underway independently on NAVAID/SAR Station “AA” in accordance with

                                       COMBARPAC OP-ORDER 201-60 and COMDESFLOT V MOVORD 3-62.

                                       No. 3 main engine is on the line; port ahead 1/3 starboard stop, 138 RPM for 2 turns over 8 Kts.

                                       No. 1 main engine in 5 minute standby.

                                       The ship’s electrical load is on No. 2 Ship’s Service Generator.

                                       Material condition YOKE and condition of readiness IV are set throughout the ship.

                                       Base course is 0200T.

                  1125    Port engine ahead two thirds. C/c 020

                  1129    Port engine ahead one third.

                  1941    Visibility decreased to zero, due to snow. Commenced sounding fog signals in accordance with

                                       the international rules of the road.

                  1959    Visibility increased to 5 miles. Ceased sounding fog signals

                  2110    Visibility decreased to zero in snow, and sleet. Commenced sounding fog signals in accordance with

                                       the international rules of the road.

                  2121    Visibility increased to 7 miles. Ceased sounding fog signals

1-28-62     0000    Underway independently patrolling NAVAID/SAR Station “AA” in accordance with

                                       COMBARPAC OP-ORDER 201-60 and COMDESFLOT V MOVORD 3-62.

                                       No. 3 Main Engine is on the line. No. 1 Main Engine is in (5) minute standby.

                                       The electrical load is on number 2 Ship’s Service Generator.

                                       Material condition YOKE and condition of readiness IV are set.

                                       Base course 030. Base speed is 8 Kts on the port shaft.

                  0019    C/c 015 for balloon launch

                  0517    Visibility decreased to 100 yds in heavy snow. Commenced sounding fog signals in accordance with

                                       the international rules of the road.

                  0519    Visibility increased to 6 miles. Cease sounding fog signals

                  0545    C/s 10 Kts

                  0547    C/s 11.6 Kts. Placed #1 main engine in immediate standby, to bring ship out of trough

                  0550    All engines ahead 1/3, 138 RPM's.

                  0551    Stopped the starboard shaft and placed No. 1 main engine in 5 minutes standby.

                  0919    C/s 10 Kts

                  0921    C/c 020

                  0926    C/s 8 Kts

                  0942    Put No. 1 and 3 s/s generators on the line

                  0943    Shifted the electrical load to No. 1 and 3 s/s generators

                  0944    Secured No. 2 s/s generator

                  1025    Put No. 1 main engine on the line

                  1028    S/e ahead 1/3, speed 8 Kts

                  1030    Commenced maneuvering various speeds and various courses to pick up container spare parts

                                       dropped by parachute from aircraft.

                  1050    READYROOM, C.A., RD2, received contusion and abrasions of the left index finger while

                                       holding grapple line attempting to recover capsule from air drop when his finger was caught

                                       between stanchion and line. The injury was not due to his own misconduct. Treatment

                                       administered was bacitracin ointment, dressing and splint for possible fracture at 1100.

                                       Disposition; duty. Treatment administered by Medical Department Representative, HM1.

                  1105    Retrieved package dropped by aircraft

                  1109    Set base course 020, p/e ahead 1/3, speed 8 Kts.

                  1128    Put No. 2 s/s generator on the line

                  1129    Shifted the electrical load from 1 & 3 s/s generators to No. 2 s/s generator

                  1130    Secured No. 1 & 3 s/s generators

                  1144    Suffered casualty to Gyro Compass. Commenced steering course 0090 PStgC.

                  1215    Gyro Compass restored. Commenced steering 0200 by Gyro Compass

                  1526    Stopped all engines and commenced lying to.

                  1926    Placed No. 3 main engine on the line. Set course 0000. Speed 8 Kts, on port shaft

                  2052    Visibility decreased to ¼ mile. Commenced sounding fog signals in accordance with the

                                       international rules of the road.

                  2108    Ceased sounding fog signals

1-29-62     0000    Underway independently patrolling NAVAID/SAR Station “AA” in accordance with

                                       COMBARPAC OP-ORDER 201-60 and COMDESFLOT V MOVORD 3-62.

                                       No. 3 main engine is on the line. The electrical load is on No. 2 s/s generator.

                                       Material condition YOKE and condition of readiness IV are set.

                                       Base course is 020, speed 8 Kts.

                  0350    A/e stop. Commenced lying to.

                  0405    Placed No. 3 main engine on the line. Set base course 180

                  0538    Obtained unidentified radar surface contact bearing 310, range 42,700 yds.

                  0607    Contact determined to be on course 070, speed 14 Kts.

                  0613    Contact at CPA bearing 330, range 33,000 yds.

                  0642    Contact faded from scope bearing 350 range 42,000 yds.

                  0840    Stopped all engines. Commenced lying to. Placed No. 4 main engine in immediate standby.

                  1540    Exercised the crew at Man overboard Drill

                  1545    Secured from Man overboard Drill

                  1604    Shifted the electrical load to No. 1 Ship’s Service Generator

                  1952    Put No. 2 Main engine on the line. S/e ahead 1/3. Set course 010

                  2000    Underway as before in intermittent snow storms, sounding fog signals from

                                       time to time in accordance with the international rules of the road.

1-30-62     0000    Underway independently patrolling NAVAID/SAR Station “AA” in accordance with

                                       COMBARPAC OP-ORDER 201-60 and COMDESFLOT V MOVORD 3-62.

                                       Material condition YOKE and condition of readiness IV are set.

                                       No. 2 main engine is in immediate standby and No. 3 main engine is in five minute standby.

                                       The electrical load is on No. 1 ship’s service generator. Underway with no way on.

                  1536    Exercised the crew at General Quarters. Condition 1AA.

                  1542    Set condition ZEBRA

                  1605    Set material condition YOKE

                  1606    Secured from general Quarters

1-31-62     0000    Underway with no way on, independently patrolling NAVAID/SAR Station “AA” in accordance with

                                       COMBARPAC OP-ORDER 201-60.

                                       Material condition YOKE and condition of readiness IV are set throughout the ship.

                                       No. 2 & 3 main engines are in 5 minute standby.

                                       The electrical load is on No. 2 Ship’s Service Generator.

                  0530    Put No. 3 main engine on the line. Port engine ahead 1/3, speed 8 Kts.

                  0535    Set course 0000.

                  0850    Shifted the electrical load from No. 2 to No. 3 Ship’s Service Generator

                  0854    Port engine stop. Commenced lying to.

                  1727    Port engine ahead one-third, 138 turns: 2 turns over 8 kts.

                  1735    C/c 110

                  1816    C/c 115

                  2045    Put No. 2 main engine on the line, ahead 1/3, speed 8 Knots.

2-1-62       0000    Underway independently patrolling Pacific NAVAID/SAR Station “AA” in accordance with

                                       COMBARPAC OP-ORDER 201-60 and COMDESFLOT 5 MOVORD 3-62.

                                       Base course is 115, speed 8 knots. No. 2 & 3 main engines are on the line.

                                       The electrical load is on No. 1 Ship’s Service Generator.

                                       Material condition YOKE and condition of readiness IV are set.

                  0800    Underway as before in 25 foot seas and 40 knots of wind.

                  0913    Placed No. 1 & 4 main engines in immediate standby.

                  0920    Stopped each shaft individually to place No. 1 & 4 main engines on the line

                  0938    Split the electrical load between No. 1 & 3 Ship’s Service Generator

                  0939    C/s 10 Kts

                  0940    C/s 12 knots. C/c 280

                  0941    C/s on port shaft to 15 knots

                  0943    C/s 12 knots

                  0945    C/s 10 knots

                  0947    C/c 2850. C/s 8 knots

                  1008    C/s 10 knots

                  1010    Placed No. 2 & 4 main engines in 5 minute standby.

                  1013    C/s 9 knots

                  1143    C/c 2900.

                  1540    Stopped the starboard shaft

                  1620    Shifted the electrical load to No. 1 s/s generator

                  1828    All engines ahead 1/3, 138 RPM’s, 2 turns over 8 knots

                  1832    All engines ahead 2/3, 208 RPM for 12 knots; changed course to 0900T.

                  1834    All engines ahead 1/3, 138 RPM’s, 2 turns over 8 knots.

                  1835    Starboard engine stop

                  1836    C/c 1000T

                  1838    C/c 0900T

                  1848    Visibility increased to 4 miles, ceased sounding fog signals

                  1914    Commenced sounding fog signals in accordance with the international rules of the road

                                       due to reduced visibility

                  1925    Swung ship to 0700T then to 1100T to clear baffles for 3600 Sonar Search

                  1934    Ceased sounding fog signals

                  1958    C/c to 1000.

                  2150    Visibility decreased to ½ mile due to fog. Commenced sounding fog signals

                                       in accordance with the international rules of the road

2-2-62       0000    Underway independently patrolling NAVAID/SAR Station “AA” in accordance with

                                       COMBARPAC OP-ORDER 201-60 and COMDESFLOT 5 MOVORD 3-62.

                                       Base course is 115, speed 8 knots on the port shaft. No. 3 main engine is on the line,

                                       No. 1 main engine is in immediate standby, No. 2 & 4 main engines are in 5 minute standby.

                                       The electrical load is on No. 1 Ship’s Service generator.

                                       Material condition YOKE and condition of readiness IV are set.

                                       Visibility is less than ½ mile Sounding Fog Signals.

                  0042    C/c 1100.

                  0227    Visibility increased to 5 miles. Ceased sounding fog signals

                  0308    C/c 1200.

                  2108    Visibility reduced to ½ mile by heavy fog. Commenced sounding fog

                                       signals in accordance with the international rules of the road.

2-3-62       0000    Underway independently on NAVAID/SAR Station “AA” in accordance with

                                       COMBARPAC Op-Order 201-60 and COMDESFLOT 5 MOVORD 3-62.

                                       No. 3 main engine is on the line and No. 1 s/s Generator is on the line.

                                       Material Condition YOKE and Condition of Readiness IV are set.

                                       Base course is 120, speed 8 knots. Visibility is less than ½ mile.

                                       Sounding fog signals in accordance with International Rules of the Road.

                  0200    C/c 300

                  0310    Visibility increased to 5 miles. Ceased sounding fog signals.

                  0620    Shifted steering motor and cables

                  1030    Visibility decreased to ½ mile due to fog. Commenced sounding fog signals in accordance with

                                       International Rules of the Road.

                  1043    Visibility increased to four miles. Ceased sounding fog signals

                  1210    Visibility increased to 5 miles. Ceased sounding fog signals.

                  1244    Visibility decreased to one mile, due to fog. Commenced sounding fog signals in accordance with

                                       International Rules of the Road.

                  1400    Visibility increased to 5 miles. Ceased sounding fog signals.

                  1414    Placed the number one main engine on the line. Starboard engine ahead one-third,

                                       138 turns: 2 turns over 8 knots. Port engine stopped. Took number three main engine off the line,

                                       and placed it in 5 minute standby.

                  1541    C/c 0900T.

                  2046    C/c 250.

2-4-62       0000    Underway independently patrolling NAVAID/SAR Station “AA” in accordance with

                                       COMBARPAC Op-Order 201-60 and COMDESFLOT 5 MOVORD 3-62.

                                       Material Condition YOKE and Condition of Readiness IV are set.

                                       No. 1 Main Engine is on the line with No. 3 Main Engine in five minute standby.

                                       The electrical load is on No. 1 Ship’s Service Generator. Base course 250, base speed 8 kts.

                  0826    C/c 235

                  0827    Stopped the starboard shaft and commenced lying to.

                  0857    Placed no. 1 Main Engine in 5 minute standby.

                  1545    No. 3 Main Engine was placed in immediate standby preparatory to getting underway

                  1600    Port engine ahead 1/3, 138 RPM for 2 turns over 8 knots.

                  1605    Set course 1950T

                  2156    Obtained radar surface contact bearing 2570, range 20 miles

                  2230    Placed No. 1 Main Engine in immediate standby

                  2233    Placed starboard shaft on the line ahead 1/3

                  2234    C/s 10 Kts. C/c 1800.

                  2300    C/c 1900.

                  2301    C/s 8 Kts. Contact is at CPA bearing 3380, range 4.6 miles

                  2303    C/c 1850.

                  2309    Stopped starboard shaft

                  2328    Placed No. 1 Main Engine in five (5) minute standby.

2-5-62       0000    Steaming independently patrolling NAVAID/SAR Station “AA” in accordance with

                                       COMBARPAC Op-Order 201-60 and COMDESFLOT 5 MOVORD 3-62.

                                       Material Condition YOKE and Condition of Readiness four are set.

                                       Number 3 Main Engine is on the line with number 1 Main Engine in 5 minute standby.

                                       The electrical load is on number one Ship’s Service Generator. Base course 195, speed 8 knots.

                                       Tracking skunk “A” bearing 058, 22 miles opening.

                  0000    Took departure NAVAID/SAR Station “AA” enroute to NAVAID/SAR Station “AO”

                                       in accordance with COMBARPAC Op-Order 201-60

                                       and COMDESFLOT FIVE MOVORDER 3-62.

                  0012    Skunk “A” faded from radar bearing 059, distance 23 miles.

                  1535    Exercised the crew at ditching at sea detail

                  1540    Secured from ditching at sea detail

2-6-62       0000    Underway from NAVAID/SAR Station “AA” in accordance with COMBARPAC Op-Order 201-60

                                       and COMDESFLOT V MOVORD 3-62. On base course 1950 PGC.

                                       No. 3 Main Engine is on the port shaft, 138 RPM for 2 turns over 8 knots.

                                       No. 1 Main Engine is in 5 minute standby.

                                       The ship’s electrical load is on No. 1 Ship’s Service Generator.

                                       Material Condition YOKE and Condition of Readiness IV are set throughout the ship.

                  0610    Obtained unidentified radar surface contact bearing 261, range 17 miles.

                                       Contact determined to be on course 088, speed 20

                  0620    Placed No. 1 Main Engine on the line. Started the starboard shaft.

                  0625    C/s to 10 Kts

                  0626    C/c to 180

                  0631    C/s to 12 Kts.

                  0652    Contact passed CPA bearing 330, range 5 miles.

                  0653    C/c to 185. C/s to 10 Kts

                  0656    C/s to 8 Kts

                  0658    C/c to 190

                  0700    C/c to 195

                  0704    Stopped the starboard shaft

                  0715    Placed No. 1 Main Engine in five minute standby.

                  0756    Contact faded from radar bearing 060, range 20 miles

                  0845    Shifted the electrical load from No. 1 to No. 3 Ship’s Service Generator

                  1425    C/c 220

                  1445    C/c 235

                  1650    C/c 250

2-7-62       0000    Underway independently patrolling NAVAID/SAR Station “AO” in accordance with

                                       COMBARPAC Op-Order 201-60 and COMDESFLOT V MOVORD 3-62.

                                       Base course is 2500, base speed is 8 Kts. on port shaft. No. 3 Main Engine is on the line.

                                       No. 1 Main Engine is in five minute standby.

                                       The electrical load is on No. 1 Ship’s Service Generator.

                                       Material Condition YOKE and Condition of Readiness IV are set.

                  0001    Placed No. 1 Main Engine in immediate standby.

                  0003    Placed starboard shaft on the line, at 8 Kts. Increased speed on port shaft to 10 Kts

                  0004    C/c 1350.

                  0008    C/s 8 Kts. on both shafts

                  0010    Stopped the port shaft

                  0017    Placed No. 3 Main Engine in 5 minute standby.

                  0807    Commenced lying to

                  0915    S/e ahead 1/3. Set course 330, speed 8 knots.

                  1230    Starboard engine stop. Commenced lying to

                  1235    Placed #1 Main Engine in 5 minute standby. Ship’s head is westerly with winds blowing lightly

                                       against the seas, drifting to leeward.

                  2250    Winds increased to 24 Kts. from 160 taking occasional 25 degree rolls.

                                       Placed number three Main Engine, port shaft, in immediate standby.

                  2253    Placed number 3 Main Engine on the line, speed 8 Kts., set course 350.

2-8-62       0000    Underway independently patrolling NAVAID/SAR Station “AO” in accordance with

                                       COMBARPAC Op-Order 201-60 and COMDESFLOT V MOVORD 3-62.

                                       No. 3 Main Engine is on the line and No. 1 s/s Generator on the line.

                                       Material Condition YOKE and Condition of Readiness IV are set.

                                       Burning all required navigational lights. Base course is 350, base speed 8 knots.

                  0056    C/c 010.

                  0102    C/c 350.

                  0242    C/c 040

                  0250    C/c 345

                  0454    Placed No. 1 Main Engine on the line at 8 knots

                  0459    C/c 210. Used Main Engines at various speeds while changing course

                  0515    Stopped the port shaft. Placed No. 3 Main Engine in immediate standby.

                                       Ship is rolling moderately in 10 ft. seas from 200. Barometer is falling.

                  0830    Placed No. 3 Main Engine in five minute standby

                  0921    C/c to 205

                  1255    C/c 2000T.

                  1446    Shifted the electrical load from No. 3 Ship’s Service Generator to No. 1 Ship’s Service Generator

                  1659    C/c 0200 PGC

                  2125    Commenced sounding fog signals in accordance with the International Rules of the Road

                                       due to reduced visibility in drizzle and rain

                  2200    AEW aircraft report an accluded front (Occluded front - To force (air) upward from

                                       Earth's surface, as when a cold front overtakes and undercuts a warm front.)

                                       bearing 2250T, distance 90 miles; extending northeast to southwest and

                                       heading northeast at 15 knots.

                  2300    The barometer read 29.36 having dropped 8/100 in the last hour and 44/100 since 1400.

                                       Left full rudder c/c 3100T.

                  2345    Port engine ahead 1/3, No. 3 Main Engine on the line

                  2347    Starboard engine stopped

                  2350    Starboard engine placed in 5 minute standby.

2-9-62       0000    Underway independently patrolling NAVAID/SAR Station “AO” in accordance with

                                       COMBARPAC Op-Order 201-60. Material Condition YOKE and Condition of Readiness IV

                                       are set. No. 3 Main Engine is on the line with No. 1 Main Engine in five minute standby.

                                       The electrical load is on No. 1 Ship’s Service Generator. Base course 310, base speed 8 Kts.

                                       Visibility is ½ mile due to fog. Sounding fog signals in accordance with

                                       the International Rules of the Road.

                  0356    C/c 1400.

                  0446    Ceased sounding fog signals. Visibility increased to six (6) miles.

                  0646    Lost fuel pressure to No. 3 Main Engine. Placed No. 1 Main Engine on the line on the starboard shaft

                  0654    Restored casualty to No. 3 Main Engine. Placed No. 3 Main Engine in five (5) minute standby.

                  0738    C/c 1500T.

                  1403    Put No. 3 s/s Generator on the line. Split the electrical load between No. 1 and 4 s/s Generator.

                  1430    Put No. 3 and 4 Main Engines on the line. P/E ahead 1/3

                  1433    Put No. 2 Main Engine on the line. S/e stop

                  1434    S/e ahead 1/3, speed 8 knots

                  1445    C/s to 10 knots

                  1500    C/s 12 knots

                  1515    C/s 14 knots

                  1530    C/s 16 knots

                  1545    C/s 16.5 knots

                  1600    Departed Pacific NAVAID/SAR Station “AO”.

                  1620    Obtained unidentified radar surface contact bearing 158, range 24,000 Yd.

                  1626    Obtained surface contact visually bearing 167, range 14,100 Yd. Contact identified as

                                       USS SAVAGE (DER-386) at CPA, bearing 240, range 8,000 Yd.

                  1640    C/c 150

                  1701    Lost visual sight of USS SAVAGE (DER-386) bearing 316, range 24,000 Yd.

                  1711    USS SAVAGE (DER-386) faded from radar scope bearing 316, range 40,000 Yd.

                                       Ship is pitching moderately in 8 ft. seas with heavy ground swell from 190. Barometer is falling.

                  1800    Changed operational control to COMDESFLOT FIVE

                  2047    Sustained casualty to No. 2 Main Engine. Reduced speed and took No. 2 Main Engine off the line.

                                       Increased speed to 14 Kts

                  2054    Restored casualty to No. 2 Main Engine reduced speed and placed No. 2 Main Engine on the line.

                                       Increased speed to 15.5 Kts.

                  2143    C/s 14 Kts. C/c 1600.

                  2210    C/c 1700.

2-10-62     0000    Underway steaming independently enroute from NAVAID/SAR Station “AO” to Naval Station,

                                       Pearl Harbor, Hawaii in accordance with COMBARPAC OP-ORD 201-60.

                                       base course 1700 PGC, 160 PStgC. Base speed 208 RPM for 12 knots.

                                       No. 1, 2, 3 and 4 main engines are on the line.

                                       Ships Service Generators #1 and #3 are on the line split.

                                       Material condition YOKE and condition of readiness IV are set throughout the ship.

                                       The ship is not darkened.

                  0003    C/s 199 RPM 11.5 knots

                  0028    C/s 172 RPM 10 knots.

                  0100    C/c 1800 PGC, 168 PStgC

                  0247    C/c 170 PGC, 1570 PStgC.

                  0250    C/c 180 PGC.

                  0313    C/c 185 PGC 173 PStgC.

                  0330    C/c 190 PGC

                  0331    Lost #1 s/s generator momentarily due to heavy rolls

                  0333    C/c 195 PGC

                  0339    C/c 200 PGC.

                  0609    C/c to 210

                  0900    C/c 2200T.

                  0920    C/c 2250T

                  1127    C/c to 230

                  1149    c/c to 235.

                  1211    C/c to 240.

                  1319    C/c to 245

                  1403    C/c to 250

                  1708    C/c 1200, c/s 15 knots

                  1711    Experienced a temporary loss of the fuel suction on No. 1 s/s generator, c/s 10 knots

                  1714    C/c 1250, c/s 12 knots

                  1757    C/c 130.

                  1835    C/s 135.

                  1838    Casualty to No. 3 s/s generator fuel oil pump. Paralleled the electrical load

                                       between number one and two s/s generator

                  2007    Put No. 3 s/s generator on the line. Split the electrical load between No. 1 and 3 s/s generators

                  2144    C/c to 140

2-11-62     0000    Underway independently enroute from Pacific NAVAID/SAR Station “AO” to Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

                                       in accordance with COMBARPAC Op-Order 201-60 and COMDESFLOT 5 MOVORD 3-62.

                                       Base Course 140, speed 16 Kt. No. 1, 2, 3, and 4 Main Engines are on the line.

                                       The electrical load is split between No. 1 and 3 Ship’s Service Generator.

                                       Material Condition YOKE and Condition of Readiness IV are set.

                  0015    C/c 150.

                  0831    C/s 16.5 Kts: All ahead standard.

                  0903    C/s 17 Kts: All ahead full.

                  0920    Set Material Condition YOKE throughout the ship.

                  0942    Shifted steering control to after steering for purposes of instruction

                  0949    C/s 17.5 Kts.

                  1010    Shifted steering control to the bridge.

                  2306    Obtained unidentified radar surface contact bearing 231, range 22 miles.

                                       Contact determined to be on course 086, speed 16 Kts.

2-12-62     0000    Underway independently enroute from NAVAID/SAR Station “AO” to Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

                                       in accordance with COMBARPAC OP-ORDER 201-60 and

                                       COMDESFLOT FIVE (5) MOVORD 3-62. Base course is 1500 Base speed is 17.5 knots.

                                       Numbers 1, 2, 3 and 4 main engines are on the line.

                                       The electrical load is split between No. 1 and 3 s/s generators.

                                       Material condition YOKE and condition of readiness IV are set.

                                       Skunk “A” bears 2680 range 9 miles. Determined to be on course 085 speed 16 knots.

                                       Skunk “A” can be seen visually.

                  0019    Skunk “A” is at CPA bearing 3040 range 7½ miles.

                  0128    Lost Skunk “A” visually

                  0136    Skunk “A” faded from radar bearing 0120 range 28 miles

                  1117    Conducted steering casualty drill

                  1127    Secured from steering casualty drill

                  2132    Sighted unidentified flying object, having the appearance of a first magnitude star.

                                       Directly overhead, position angle 900. Object was visible for approximately two minutes,

                                       moving on a course of 1200T. The object was reported in accordance with

                                       COMBARPAC OP-ORDER 201-60.

2-13-62     0000    Underway independently enroute from NAVAID/SAR Station “AO” to Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

                                       in accordance with COMBARPAC OP-ORDER 201-60 and

                                       COMDESFLOT FIVE MOVORD 3-62. No. 1, 2, 3 and 4 main engines are on the line.

                                       No. 1 and 3 generators are on the line with the electrical load split.

                                       Material condition YOKE and condition of readiness IV are set.

                                       Base course is 150, Speed 17.5 knots.

                  0810    Commenced Captain’s Personnel inspection

                  0830    Secured from Captain’s Personnel inspection

                  1307    C/c 1450.

                  1425    Fired one (1) 7.2” plaster loaded projectiles to Starboard

                  1426    Fired two (2) plaster loaded projectiles to starboard

                  1427    Fired two (2) 7.2” plaster loaded projectiles to starboard

                  1436    Fired a full pattern of 24, 7.2” plaster loaded projectiles to starboard

                  1939    Obtained radar contact on the Island of Kauai bearing 163, 78 miles

                  1940    C/s to 17 knots

                  1955    C/s to 16.5 knots

                  2000    C/s 16 knots

                  2005    C/s 15.5 knots

                  2010    C/s 15 knots

                  2223    C/c 140.

                  2320    Sighted Kilauea Point Light bearing 166, range 36 miles

                  2335    C/c 135

                  2351    Sighted Kilauea Point Light bearing 175, range 26 miles.

2-14-62     0000    Underway independently enroute from NAVAID/SAR Station “AO” to U.S. Naval Station,

                                       Pearl Harbor, Hawaii in accordance with COMBARPAC OP-ORDER 201-60.

                                       No. 1, 2, 3 and 4 main engines are on the line.

                                       The electrical load is split between No. 1 and 3 s/s generators.

                                       Material condition YOKE and condition of readiness IV are set.

                                       Base course 135. Base speed 16 knots.

                  0105    Sighted the loom of Kahala Pt. Light bearing 180, range 15 miles

                  0123    Passed Kilauea Pt. Light abeam to starboard bearing 225, range 16.5 miles

                  0137    C/c to 180

                  0144    C/s to 16 kts

                  0146    C/s to 15 Kts

                  0149    C/s to 14 knots

                  0229    C/c to 178

                  0239    C/c to 175

                  0256    C/c to 175

                  0520    Lost Island of Kauai visually

                  0630    Set condition ZEBRA

                  0659    C/s 17.5 knots. Commenced Depth Charge Structural Test

                  0716    Secured from Structural Test seven (7) MK9 MD4 Depth Charges expended. Set condition YOKE

                  1143    Commenced slowing ship to test backing bells

                  1145    Tested backing engines at 8 knots

                  1148    Set base speed 10 knots. Set the special sea and anchor detail. Captain has the conn.

                                       The Executive Officer and Navigator are on the bridge.

                  1153    Commenced steering various courses and speeds to conform with Pearl Harbor Channel.

                  1207    Passed buoys No. 1 and 2 to starboard and port respectively

                  1210    Entered inland waters

                  1215    Maneuvered to receive pilot

                  1222    Pilot, WILSON, arrived onboard

                  1225    Entered West Loch Channel

                  1239    Maneuvered to go alongside pier

                  1245    Moored starboard side to Berth 3, Whiskey pier, U.S. Naval Ammunition Depot,

                                       Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, with all lines singled up.

                  1247    Secured the special sea & anchor detail

                  1255    Commenced off-loading ship’s ammunition, set the ammunition handling detail.

                  1300    LTJG WILGENBUSCH departed the ship having completed TAD

                  1343    Completed off-loading entire ship’s ammunition. Draft forward 9 ft. aft 9 ft., 5 inches

                  1405    Set the special sea and anchor detail. Pilot WILSON assumed the conn.

                                       Captain and Navigator are on the bridge. YTM 142 (USS NOKOMIS)

                                       maneuvered alongside to port and tied up

                  1420    Underway with tug and Pilot for Berth 22.5, Bravo pier, U.S. Naval Station, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

                  1421    Maneuvered clear of the pier

                  1427    Commenced steering various courses and speeds to conform with West Loch Channel

                  1459    Stopped all engines, secured the special sea and anchor detail. Moored starboard side to

                                       Berth 22.5 pier Bravo, U.S. Naval Station, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii with standard mooring lines.

                  1505    Pilot departed the ship.

                  1508    YTM 142 (USS NOKOMIS) maneuvered clear of port side

                  1520    Commenced receiving miscellaneous services from the pier.

                  1530    Shifted the electrical load from No. 1 and 3 s/s generator to No. 2 s/s generator.

2-15-62     0730    Mustered the crew at Quarters. 3 unauthorized absentees:

                                       MACHINERYCOMPT, B.R., SOG3, NUNBUOY, C.S., FN, and

                                       MAGAZINE, C.U., FA.

                  0745    Set modified sea detail. YTM 263 (USS NEOGA) alongside to port. Capt. WILSON,

                                       Pearl Harbor Pilot arrive on board to shift to berth Foxtrot One, Ford Island

                  0751    Disconnected fresh water and telephone services from the pier.

                  0800    YTM 142 (USS NOKOMIS) moored starboard quarter.

                  0802    NUNBUOY, C.S., FN, and MAGAZINE, C.U., FA, reported aboard as unauthorized absentees

                  0805    Underway for Foxtrot 1

                  0812    YTM 263 (USS NEOGA) moored starboard bow.

                  0822    Moored Foxtrot 1 portside to out board USS MARSH (DE-699)

                  0831    YTM 142 (USS NOKOMIS) cast off.

                  0832    YTM 263 (USS NEOGA) cast off with pilot aboard

                  0833    MACHINERYCOMPT, B.R., SOG3, reported aboard

                  0850    USS QUAPAW (ATF-110) moored starboard side.

2-16-62     0000    Moored is a nest of 6 ships at Foxtrot 1, Ford Island, NAS, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii in following order:

                                       USS BRYCE CANYON (AD-36) port side to pier, USS McCAIN (DL-3),

                                       USS BRANNON (DE-446), USS MARSH (DE-699), USS LANSING (DER-388)

                                       moored port side to USS MARSH (DE-699) with six (6) standard mooring lines,

                                       USS QUAPAW (ATF-110) moored to starboard side. SOPA is CINCPACFLT,

                                       Headquarters at Makalapa heights, Hawaii.

                  0730    Mustered the crew at quarters. Absentees: MIL, S.A., ENFN.

2-17-62     0851    YTM 262 (USS ONEYANA) Made up starboard side aft

                  0852    Set Modified Sea and Anchor Detail

                  0905    Pilot MACMULKIN embarked.

                  0907    YTM 253 made starboard side forward

                  0923    Breasted out with USS MARSH (DE-699), USS BRANNON (DE-446).

                  0940    Cast off USS MARSH (DE-699), USS BRANNON (DE-446).

                  0958    Moored port side to USS FORSTER (DER-334) at FOXTROT 1, NAS Ford Island, Hawaii

                                       out-board USS BRYCE CANYON (AD-36), USS MCCAIN (DL-3)

                                       USS FORSTER (DER-334).

                  1004    Pilot MACMULKIN disembarked YTM 353 & YTM 262 cast off.

                  1034    USS QUAPAW (ATFR-110) moored starboard side to.

                  2100    SOPA passed from CINCPACFLT to COMHAWSEAFRON

2-18-62     0900    Mustered the crew on stations. Absentees: None.

2-19-62     0730    Mustered the crew at quarters. Absentees: LUCKYBAG, L.S., ET2;

                                       LUBBERSLINE, V.B., SN; MESS, T.E., SN.

                  1140    Commanding Officer held mast and awarded the following Non-Judicial Punishment.

                                       SHORTBLAST, W.B., SN, Violation of Article 134, UCMJ, Drunkenness.

                                       Reduced to the next inferior rate.

                                       NAVIGATION, S.C., SA, Violation of Article 121, UCMJ, Wrongful Appropriation.

                                       7 Days confinement at hard labor.

                                       LOOM, O.B., ETR3, Violation of Article 108, UCMJ,

                                       Wrongful Disposition of Government Property. Warning

                  1212    NAVIGATION, S.C., SA, departed the ship for Naval Station Brig for (7) Seven days

                                       confinement in custody of Master-At-Arms.

                  1715    Two petty officers, AG2 and SOG3, departed the ship to report to the senior shore patrol officer,

                                       U.S. Naval Station, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.

2-20-62     0025    Two petty officers, AG2 and SOG3, returned aboard from TAD with Shore Patrol Headquarters,

                                       Pearl Harbor, Hawaii at 0025.

                  0730    Mustered the crew at Quarters, no absentees

                  1455    LOOKOUT, M.S., BT3, while carrying a lube oil pump across the deck of the

                                       USS FORSTER (DER-334), received a laceration on his right heel when the pump slipped

                                       from his grip. Injury was sustained in the course of duty, and was not due to misconduct.

                                       Treatment was administered by the ship’s Hospital Corpsman.

                                       Disposition: Placed on light duty for three days.

2-21-62     0000    Pursuant to orders, two petty officers, EN3 and ETN3, returned from Shore Patrol duties

                  0730    Mustered the crew at Quarters. No absentees.

                  1000    Captain’s Mast was held for the following personnel: NUNBUOY, C.S., FA,

                                       violation of Art. 86, UCMJ, awarded two (2) weeks restriction,

                                       MESS, T.E., SN, Violation of Art. 86, UCMJ, awarded dismissal.

                  1205    RADM THACH, COMASWFORPAC assumed SOPA

                  1700    Pursuant to orders of the Commanding Officer, two petty officers, ET2 and SOG2,

                                       left the ship to report to Senior Shore Patrol Officer, U.S. Naval Station, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

                                       for TAD.

2-22-62     0032    Pursuant to orders of the Commanding Officer, two petty officers, ET2 and SOG2,

                                       returned from Shore Patrol duties.

                  0800    Mustered the crew at Stations, absentees none.

2-23-62     0730    Mustered the crew at quarters. Absentees: None.

2-24-62     0655    Shifted the electrical load from the tender to No. one ship’s service generator. Disconnected all services.

                  0730    Mustered the crew at quarters. Absentees: MESSENGER, L.L., ETNSN.

                  0740    Set the Modified Sea and Anchor Detail

                  0756    USS QUAPAW (ATF-110) and USS TAWAKONI (ATF-114) were maneuvered free

                                       of starboard side by tugs.

                  0800    Pilot, Captain WILSON came aboard and assumed the conn. Captain and Navigator are on the bridge.

                  0806    YTM-195 (USS YONAGUSKA) came alongside starboard quarter.

                  0811    Maneuvered clear of USS FORSTER (DER-334)

                  0824    YTM-263 (USS NEOGA) came alongside starboard bow.

                  0830    Maneuvering to go alongside Berth 4, MIKE pier, U.S. Naval Station, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.

                  0848    Moored starboard side to Berth 4, MIKE pier with standard destroyer mooring lines.

                  0854    Secured the Modified Sea and Anchor Detail

                  0856    Pilot, Captain WILSON, departed the ship. YTM-195 and YTM-263 maneuvered clear of ship

                  0900    Commenced off loading spare parts in preparation for yard overhaul

                  1100    Secured from off loading spare parts

                  1125    Set the Modified Sea and Anchor Detail

                  1126    Pilot, Captain WILSON, came aboard and assumed the conn.

                  1128    U.S. Naval Station tug No. 15 came alongside port bow

                  1130    YTM-263 came alongside port quarter. The Captain and the Navigator are on the bridge

                  1134    Underway by tugs for berth 18, pier BRAVO, U.S. Naval Shipyard, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

                                       to commence shipyard overhaul

                  1150    Moored starboard side at berth 18, pier BRAVO with standard destroyer mooring lines

                  1155    Pilot departed the ship. YTM-263 and U.S. Naval Station tug No. 15 maneuvered clear of port side.

                  1156    Secured the Modified Special Sea and Anchor Detail. Draft Forward 10 Ft. 10 In., Aft., 10 Ft. 1 In.

                  1229    Shifted the electrical load from No. 1 ship’s service generator to shore power.

                                       Commenced receiving all services from the pier

2-25-62     0902    Mustered crew on stations, one (1) absentee: MESSENGER, L.L., ETNSN,

                                       AOL since 0730, 24 February 1962.

                  1230    NAVIGATION, S.C., SA, released and returned aboard, having completed seven (7) days

                                       confinement at the Marine Brig, U.S. Naval Station, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

                  1720    Pursuant to orders of the Commanding Officer, two petty officers, ET2 and SOG2, were detached

                                       to report to Shore Patrol Office, U.S. Naval Station, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

                                       for Temporary Additional Duty.

2-26-62     0645    Mustered the crew at quarters. Absentees: None.

2-27-62     0700    Mustered the crew at quarters. Absentees: None.

                  1615    ENS NACELLE, E.S., departed on TAD orders to Commanding Officer, Fleet ASW School,

                                       San Diego, California for instruction in Course C-551

2-28-62     0700    Mustered the crew at quarters. Absentees: None.

3-1-62       0000    Moored starboard side to Berth Bravo 18, Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard with standard mooring lines

                                       doubled. Receiving all services from the pier.

                                       SOPA is CINCPACFLT. Ships present include units of the U.S. Pacific Fleet,

                                       yard and district craft, and the SS SIMPSON of the Chilean Navy.

                                       Modified material condition YOKE is set throughout the ship.

                  0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None.

                  0737    In accordance with BuPers Msg 021713Z and BuPers Msg 092218Z, Ensign B.O. LOOKALIVE

                                       reported on board for duty.

3-2-62       0800    Mustered the crew at quarters. Absentees: None.

                  0801    ROCKSHOALS, A.G., RM3, departed FFT CONUS RecSta, T.I., San Francisco, Calif. for separation

3-3-62       0000    Ships present include various units of the U.S. Pacific Fleet, HMCS SUSSEXVALE (DDE-313),

                                       HMCS SUTLER (DDE-311) of the Canadian Navy,

                                       SS SIMPSON (ALMIRANTE SIMPSON [SS-21]) of the Chilean Navy, yard and district craft

                  0745    Mustered on Station. Absentees: None.

3-4-62       0900    Mustered the crew on Station. Unauthorized absentees: None.

3-5-62       0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. There were no absentees.

                  0800    Commander Escort Squadron FIVE broke his flag aboard this vessel.

3-6-62       0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: none.

3-7-62       0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None.

3-8-62       0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None.

                  1845    Exercised the Duty Damage Control Party at Fire Drill.

                  1858    Secured from Fire Drill.

3-9-62       0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: PIPETHESIDE, C.G., RDSA;

                                       LONGSHOREMAN, L.L., SN; LONGITUDINAL, F.S., FA.

                  1010    LONGSHOREMAN, L.L., SN, LONGITUDINAL, F.S., FA, and PIPETHESIDE, C.G., RDSA,

                                       arrived onboard AWOL from 0700, 9 March 1962 to 1010, 9 March 1962

3-10-62     0700    Mustered the crew on stations. Absentees: None

3-11-62     0800    Mustered the crew on station. No absentees.

3-12-62     0800    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: One (1); NAVALSTORES, O.P., RD2.

                  1005    The Commanding Officer held mast and imposed non-judicial punishment as follows:

                                       LONGSHOREMAN, L.L., SN, violation of article 86, UCMJ.

                                       Punishment: 2 weeks extra duty.

                                       PIPETHESIDE, C.G., RDSA, violation of article 86, UCMJ.

                                       Punishment: 2 weeks restriction and 2 weeks extra duty.

                  1445    NAVALSTORES, O.P., RD2, returned onboard having been AWOL for a period of about

                                       7 hours and 45 minutes

3-13-62     0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None

                  0730    Set the modified sea and anchoring detail

                  0812    YTM 496 came alongside to port

                  0815    Pilot HILLENS came aboard

                  0825    Underway to AFDL-35.

                  0832    YTB-761 (USS OTTUMWA) came alongside to starboard quarter aft

                  0837    YTM 496 cast off.

                  0850    Bow passed over sill of dock

                  0852    YTM-761 cast off, and pilot left the ship

                  0914    Commenced pumping water out of drydock

                  0934    Resting on keel blocks

                  1020    Commenced receiving electrical power, fresh and flushing water from dock

                  1045    Inspection completed all hull openings.

                  1855    Exercised the crew at Fire Drill

                  1905    Secured from Fire Drill

3-14-62     0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: LONGBLAST, W.B., SN.

                  0810    LONGBLAST, W.B., SN, returned onboard having been AWOL since 0700 this date

                  1000    The Commanding Officer held mast and imposed non-judicial punishment as follows:

                                       NAVALSTORES, O.P., RD2: Offense, AWOL from 0700, 12 March 1962 to

                                       1445, 12 March 1962, a period of about 7 hours and 45 minutes.

                                       Punishment: Reduced to the next inferior rate, suspended for six (6) months.

3-15-62     0001    The Shore Patrol detail returned aboard, having completed temporary duty.

                  0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None.

3-16-62     0000    Shore patrol reported back aboard, having completed temporary duty

                  0230    Notified by HASP Headquarters that NAVALSTORES, O.P., RD2, had been arrested,

                                       to be turned over to Civil Authority at 0800 for interrogation.

                  0800    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None

                  1702    Pursuant to orders of the Commanding Officer, two petty officers, EN2 and GM3,

                                       departed the ship to report to the Senior Shore Patrol Officer, U.S. Naval Station,

                                       Pearl Harbor, Hawaii for TAD

                  2230    Shore patrol detail returned to the ship having completed TAD

3-17-62     0745    Mustered the crew on stations: Absentees: None.

3-18-62     0000    Floating on keel blocks in floating drydock (AFDL 35) at Berth Bravo 20,

                                       U.S. Naval Shipyard, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Receiving all services from the pier.

                                       Ships present include various units of the Pacific Fleet, yard and district craft,

                                       and three foreign ships, they are STUTTER and TUNNER, Canadian and

                                       one Vietnam ship, the VNNS DONG-DA.

                  0800    The OOD shifted the Watch to the pier and entire ship’s company removed

                                       while shipyard workers applied a highly flammable and toxic vinyl coating on ship.

                  0900    Mustered the crew on station. Absentees: None

                  1530    Vinyl undercoating is completed. The ship is gas free. Shifted the OOD Watch back to the ship.

3-19-62     0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: PADRE, A.S., ENFA, and LOG, B.C., FA,

                                       AWOL as of 0700, 19 March 1962.

                  1000    Captain’s Mast was held, the following Non-judicial punishment was awarded:

                                       NAVIGATION, S.C., SA, awarded Summary Courts-Martial,

                                       LONGITUDINAL, F.S., FA, awarded two weeks extra duty.

3-20-62     0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: PADRE, A.S., ENFA, and LOG, B.C., FA

3-21-62     0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: LOG, B.C., FA, and PADRE, A.S., ENFA,

                                       absent without leave since 0700, 19 March 1962

                  1905    PADRE, A.S., ENFA, returned aboard having been AWOL since 0700, 19 March 1962.

3-22-62     0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: LOG, B.C., FA

3-23-62     0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: LOG, B.C., FA

                  1300    The Summary Courts-Martial opened in the case of NAVIGATION, S.C., SA

                  1400    The Commanding Officer held mast and imposed Non-Judicial Punishment as follows:

                                       PADRE, A.S., ENFA, Offense: Insufficient funds to return from leave on 18 March 1962.

                                       Punishment: 10 hours extra duty.

                                       LOCK, C.C., EM2, Offense: Conduct prejudicial to good order and discipline.

                                       Punishment: Warning

                  1410    The Summary Courts-Martial in the case of NAVIGATION, S.C., SA,

                                       recessed to await action of convening authority

                  1415    The Summary Courts-Martial in the case of NAVIGATION, S.C., SA, reopened.

                                       Sentence was approved by the convening authority,

                                       punishment: 21 days confinement at hard labor

                  1445    Pursuant to Commanding Officers Order, NAVIGATION, S.C., SA, was place in confinement

                                       for 21 days in the Pearl Harbor Brig, in execution of Summary Courts-Martial Sentence

3-24-62     0745    Mustered the duty section on station. Absentee: LOG, B.C., FA

3-25-62     0745    Mustered the duty section on station. Absentee: LOG, B.C., FA

3-26-62     0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: LOG, B.C., FA, AWOL since 0700, 19 March 1962.

3-27-62     0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: LOG, B.C., FA

3-28-62     0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters, Absentees: LOG, B.C., FA

                  1613    Pursuant to orders of Commanding Officer, one petty officer, SOG3, departed ship for TAD,

                                       Shore Patrol Duty with Senior Shore Patrol Officer at U.S. Naval Station, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

                  2330    The Shore Patrol Detail returned to the ship at 2330 having completed TAD.

3-29-62     0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: LOG, B.C., FA

3-30-62     0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: LOG, B.C., FA

3-31-62     0815    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: LOG, B.C., FA

4-1-62       0000    Resting on keel blocks in Drydock AFDL-35 at Berth Bravo 20, U.S. Naval Shipyard,

                                       Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Receiving all services from the pier. Ships present include

                                       various units of the U.S. Pacific Fleet, yard and district craft. SOPA is CINCPACFLT

                                       with Headquarters at Makalapa Heights, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

                  0156    One petty officer, FTG3, returned from TAD Shore Patrol at U.S. Naval Station, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

                  0630    Ship cleared of all personnel for painting of Underwater Hull

                  0815    Mustered the crew. Absentees: LOG, B.C., FA

                  1500    The ship is checked by the Gas Free Engineer: percentage of explosive vapors on board, none.

                  1545    Pursuant to orders of the Commanding Officer, one petty officer, SFM3, departed the ship to

                                       report to the Senior Shore Patrol Officer, U.S. Naval Station, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii for TAD

4-2-62       0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentee: LUCKYBAG, L.S., ET2

                  0745    LUCKYBAG, L.S., ET2, returned aboard having been AWOL since 0700 this date.

                  1210    Set the Modified Sea and Anchoring Detail. The Captain is on the bridge.

                                       Flooding commenced in Drydock

                  1240    Ceased flooding drydock for purpose of repairing leaking valve

                  1253    Inspection completed of all spaces for watertight integrity

                  1254    Commenced flooding Drydock

                  1302    Ceased flooding Drydock for purpose of repairing leaky valve.

                  1405    Resumed flooding Drydock

                  1421    Ship clear of keel blocks

                  1432    All services disconnected from ship

                  1435    Commenced moving ship clear of dock

                  1437    Stern passed over sill

                  1442    YTM 496 alongside to port quarter

                  1443    Pilot HILLEANS came on board

                  1455    Bow of ship passed over sill. Underway for pier Bravo 18

                  1501    Moored starboard side to Berth Bravo 18, Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii,

                                       with standard destroyer mooring lines.

                  1510    Pilot left ship.

                  1545    Receiving miscellaneous services from the pier

                  1842    Held Fire Drill

                  1850    Secure from Fire Drill.

4-3-62       0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None.

                  1045    Commanding Officer held mast and imposed Non-Judicial Punishment as follows:

                                       LUCKYBAG, L.S., ET2, charge U/A for a period of forty five (45) minutes.

                                       Punishment, extra duties of two hours for a period of seven (7) days.

4-4-62       0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None.

4-5-62       0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None

                  1000    Captain’s mast conducted upon LOG, B.C., FN. Awarded 14 days extra duty.

4-6-62       0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None.

                  1000    Captain held mast and awarded the following Non-Judicial Punishment:

                                       MONOPLANE, S.W., SOGSN, Violation Article 92, UCMJ,

                                       2 weeks extra duty, 2 hours per day, total 28 hours.

                                       LIST, I.V., SN, Violation Article 92, UCMJ,

                                       2 weeks Restriction, 2 weeks extra duty, total of 28 hours extra duty.

4-7-62       0745    Mustered the crew on station. Absentees: None

                  1135    Fire Main rupture on 01 level, secured fire main, secured all burning and cutting

                  1222    Fire main back in normal operation

                  1415    Held Damage Control Drill

                  1420    Secure from drill.

4-8-62       0900    Mustered the crew on station. Absentees: None

4-9-62       0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: none.

                  1000    OVERHANG, P.S., FN, cut wrist and reported to Shipyard Dispensary treatment.

                  1045    OVERHANG, P.S., FN, returned to ship from treatment.

                                       Disposition: returned to duty. Injury not due to his own misconduct

4-10-62     0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentee: LINEOFFICER, O.W., SN.

                  0909    LINEOFFICER, O.W., SN, returned on board having been AWOL since 0700 this date

                  1732    Pursuant to the orders of the Commanding Officer, one petty officer, ETN3, departed the ship

                                       to report to the Senior Shore Patrol Officer, U.S. Naval Station, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii for TAD.

4-11-62     0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None.

                  0959    Fire reported in Dempster Dumpster. Notified personnel concerned and called shipyard fire department

                  1000    Fire hoses rigged to scene of fire

                  1001    Base Fire Department arrived on the scene and rigged fire hoses to the fire

                  1012    Fire put out and Fire Department departed.

4-12-62     0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None.

                  1832    Held Fire Drill

                  1836    Secure from Drill.

4-13-62     0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None.

4-14-62     0900    Commander Escort Squadron FIVE held personnel inspection at 0900 at Barracks Seven.

4-15-62     0930    Mustered the crew on Station. Absentees: None.

                  1740    Pursuant to the orders of the Commanding Officer, one petty officer, EN2, left the ship to report

                                       to Senior Shore Patrol Officer, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii for Temporary Additional Duty.

                  2210    One petty officer, EN2, returned to the ship having completed TAD as Shore Patrol

4-16-62     0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None.

                  0945    Commanding Officer departed on seven (7) days leave.

                  1425    While attempting to moor directly astern at Berth B-17.5, the USS CHURCHILL COUNTY (LST-583)

                                       assisted by YTM 195 (USS YONAGUSKA) collided with the stern, slightly to port.

                                       Extent of damage: Stern light smashed so as to render it unusable;

                                       fairlead block for fanfare equipment bent considerably. Personnel casualty: None.

                  1427    The USS CHURCHILL COUNTY (LST-583) backed off and doubled up.

                  1706    PAY, F.S., FN, reported on board AWOL for a period of 10 hours and 6 minutes.

4-17-62     0000    Moored starboard side to Berth Bravo 18, U.S. Naval Shipyard., Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

                                       with standard destroyer mooring lines doubled. Receiving all services from the pier.

                                       Ships present include various units of the U.S. Pacific Fleet, yard and district craft.

                                       SOPA is CINCPACFLT with Headquarters at Makalapa Heights. Also three

                                       Foreign ships are present in the Harbor; HMS ETHIOPIA (A O1) of the Ethiopian Navy and

                                       the ROK DO BONG (ATA 3) and ROK YONG HUN (ATA 2) of the Korean Navy.

                  0705    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None.

4-18-62     0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None

4-19-62     0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None.

                  0947    LTJG S.N. SHIPSHAPE became Acting Commanding Officer, the Commanding Officer is

                                       on leave in excess of 72 hours.

4-20-62     0700    Quarters for muster and inspection. Absentees: PADRE, A.S., ENFA;

                                       LINE, E.Q., RD3; OVERHEAD, E.T., ENFN.

                  0710    OVERHEAD, E.T., ENFN, returned aboard AWOL 0700 to 0710, 20 April 1962.

                  0810    LINE, E.Q., RD3, returned aboard having been AWOL since 0700 this date

                  0845    PADRE, A.S., ENFA, returned aboard having been AWOL since 0700 this date

4-21-62     0000    Ships present include HMS BELFAST (C-35) of the British Navy, and the

                                       ROK YONG HUN (ATA-2) and ROK DO BONG (ATA-3) of the Korean Navy.

                  0800    Mustered the crew on Station, absentees: None

                  1200    HMS BELFAST fired a twenty one (21) gun salute in honor of Queen Elizabeth’s Birthday

                  1201    U.S. Naval Station, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, returned the twenty one (21) gun salute

                                       in honor of Her Majesty’s Birthday, Queen Elizabeth of England

4-22-62     0000    The ship is opened between the main deck and the first deck aft on the starboard side

                  0900    Mustered the crew at Station. Absentees: None

                  1600    UNPINGCO, SFP2, left for Tripler Army Hospital with a Urinary Tract infection,

                                       which required immediate attention. (Embarked 4-2-62 for TAD, not ship’s company)

4-23-62     0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None.

4-24-62     0700    Mustered the crew at quarters. Absentee: None.

4-25-62     0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None

4-26-62     0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None

                  0815    COMCORTRON FIVE shifting Flag to USS LANSING (DER-388) admin remains ashore

                  0925    Commenced taking on board 1,000 gals. lube oil

                  1013    Secured from taking on 500 gals. of lube oil

                  1210    Commenced taking on lube oil

                  1310    Completed taking on 500 gals. of lube oil.

4-27-62     0000    The ship is opened between the main deck and the first deck on the starboard side aft.

                  0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None

                  0800    SETCOURSE, G.S., EN2, received a severe laceration on the index finger of his left hand,

                                       when a knife he was using, slipped while he was cutting a gasket.

                                       Not due to his own misconduct. Treatment administered by

                                       Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard Dispensary.

                  1620    Commenced fueling from U.S. Naval Shipyard, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Draft forward 8’, Aft 9’.

                  1720    Fueling completed, draft Forward 8’, Aft 9’.

4-28-62     0800    Mustered the crew on stations. Absentees: None.

4-29-62     0900    Mustered the crew on stations. Absentees: None.

4-30-62     0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None.

                  0900    The Summary Court Martial in the case of OVERHEAD, E.T., ENFN, opened at 0900

                  0930    The Summary Court-Martial in the case of OVERHEAD, E.T., ENFN,

                                       Adjourned to await the action of the Convening Authority

                  0935    OVERHEAD, E.T., ENFN, was convicted this date by Summary Court-Martial of Art. 121, UCMJ,

                                       Possession of another man’s I.D. Card; Art. 123, UCMJ, Intent to defraud,

                                       falsely making a signature of another man; Art. 134, UCMJ, Altering another man’s I.D. Card.

                                       Sentence: Confinement at Hard Labor for a period of thirty (30) days.

                                       The Commanding Officer as convening authority, approved and ordered executed the sentence

                                       of thirty (30) days confinement at Hard Labor.

                                       The U.S. Naval Station Brig, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, is designated as the place of confinement.

                  1020    Pursuant to the orders of the Commanding Officer, OVERHEAD, E.T., ENFN, was

                                       placed in confinement at Hard Labor for thirty (30) days in execution

                                       of punishment assigned him at Summary Court-Martial this date.

5-1-62       0000    Moored starboard side to Berth Bravo 18, U.S. Naval Shipyard, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

                                       with standard destroyer mooring lines doubled. SOPA is CINCPACFLT with

                                       Headquarters at Makalapa Heights. Ships present include various units of the

                                       U.S. Pacific Fleet and yard and district craft. Receiving all services from the pier.

                                       The ship is open in the starboard side aft between the waterline and the main deck.

                  0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None.

                  1005    Commanding Officers Non-Judicial Punishment held this date on the following named men:

                                       PAY, F.S., FN. Awarded: Seven days extra duty.

                                       PADRE, A.S., ENFA. Awarded: Two days extra duty.

5-2-62       0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None.

                  1040    Started conducting dock trials

                  1137    Secure from dock trials

                  1330    resumed dock trials

                  1441    Secure from dock trials

5-3-62       0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None

5-4-62       0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None

5-5-62       0745    Mustered the crew on station. Absentees: None

5-6-62       0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None.

5-7-62       0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None.

5-8-62       0700    Mustered the crew. Absentees: None.

5-9-62       0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None.

5-10-62     0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None.

                  1755    One petty officer, SM3, departed on orders of the Commanding Officer for Temporary Additional Duty

                                       at Senior Shore Patrol Office, Pearl Harbor.

                  2244    One petty officer, SM3, returned aboard from TAD with Shore Patrol Office at U.S. Naval Station,

                                       Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

5-11-62     0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None.

5-12-62     0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None.

                  1450    YO-78 moored alongside

                  1505    Commenced taking on fuel from YO-78. Draft readings forward 9’3” aft 9’.

                  1945    COMASWFORPAC assumed SOPA

                  2230    Completed fueling YO-78 cast-off, draft forward 10’6” draft aft 10’5”.

5-13-62     0900    Mustered the crew on stations. Absentees: None.

5-14-62     0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None.

                  1330    In accordance with BuPers Orders 115593 of 15 January 1962, LT S.S. LIGHTSHIP

                                       reported on board for duty as Executive Officer.

                  1645    Commenced fueling from trucks of fuel farm, U.S. Naval Station, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.

                                       Draft forward 10 ft. 6 inches, aft 10 ft., 6 inches.

                  2010    Fueling completed, draft forward, 11 ft. 0 in., aft 10 ft. 6 inches. Received 10,000 gallons diesel oil.

5-15-62     0630    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None.

                  0700    Set the special sea and anchor detail.

                  0800    Completed all preparations for getting underway. Captain and Navigator are on the bridge,

                                       the Captain has the conn.

                  0819    Underway for local operating areas for sea trials. Commenced various speeds and

                                       maneuvering various courses to conform with the Pearl Harbor Channel.

                  0828    OOD assumed the conn.

                  0901    Passed buoy No. 1 and 2. Secured the special sea and anchor detail

                  0910    Entered international waters Commenced maneuvering at various courses and at various speeds

                                       while conducting shipyard acceptance trials of electronic, ordnance and engineering equipment

                  1233    LIGHTHOUSE, S.V., SA, while on liberty on 14 May 62 sustained a contusion in his right upper leg

                                       at time 2130. Treatment was administered at time 1030 this date by the ship’s medical department.

                                       Disposition: returned to duty.

                  1234    Exercised the crew at 1AA General Quarters. Set Material Condition ZEBRA.

                  1306    Commenced test firing mount 31 to port.

                  1308    Ceased fire, 10 rounds 3”/50 Cal. VT non-frag expended, no casualties.

                  1331    Commenced test firing mount 32 to port.

                  1334    Ceased fire, 10 rounds 3”/50 VT non-frag expended, no casualties.

                  1344    Energized the salt water washdown system

                  1351    Secured the salt water washdown system

                  1417    Secured from 1AA General Quarters. Set Material Condition YOKE.

                  1508    Commenced sounding fog signals

                  1515    Ceased sounding fog signals

                  1534    LTJG SEAKEEPING assumed the conn. and the deck. Stopped the port shaft to

                                       place #4 main engine on the line.

                  1617    LTJG SENNIT assumed the deck and the con

                  1629    LTJG PULLS assumed the conn and the deck.

                  1635    Set the special sea and anchor detail. The Captain is on the bridge

                  1645    Passed Pearl Harbor Channel buoy #1 and 2. Steering various courses to conform

                                       to Pearl Harbor Channel

                  1713    Captain GILLAN, port pilot, embarked

                  1715    The Captain assumed the conn., YTS-166 standing by to starboard.

                  1730    Moored port side to Berth Bravo 17, Pearl Harbor

                  1735    Secured the special sea Detail. Capt. GILLAN, debarked.

5-16-62     0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None.

5-17-62     0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None.

                  1845    Held fire drill

                  1904    Secure from fire drill

5-18-62     0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentee: LUCKYBAG, L.S., ET2.

                  0735    LUCKYBAG, L.S., ET2, returned aboard AOL a period of thirty five (35) minutes.

                  1310    Commenced Commanding Officer’s Inspection of lower decks

                  1355    Completed Commanding Officer’s lower decks Inspection

                  1400    CINCPACFLT assumed SOPA

5-19-62     0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None.

                  1005    Held Captain’s Mast, LIST, I.V., SN, awarded Summary Court Martial.

5-20-62     0900    Mustered the crew on stations. Absentees: None.

5-21-62     0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None.

                  1345    Shifted from shore power to ship’s power

                  1350    Shifted from ship’s power to shore power

5-22-62     0105    OARLOCK, D.C., ENFN, was brought aboard by HASP.

                  0600    Commenced preparations for getting underway

                  0630    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None.

                  0700    Set material condition YOKE

                  0730    Stationed the special sea and anchor detail

                  0735    Completed all preparations for getting underway. Draft Forward 10’11”, aft 10’6”.

                  0738    Underway to local operating area to run radiation pattern tests.

                                       Maneuvering to clear the channel. Captain is at the conn, Navigator on the bridge

                  0758    Steering various speeds while standing out of Pearl Harbor, Channel

                  0809    OOD has the conn., secured the special sea and anchor detail, set the regular underway watch.

                                       Steering various courses at various speeds to test underway sound devices

                  0949    Secured test of underwater sound devices. Set course 320, speed 12 kts.

                  1004    Arrived at operational area and commenced radiation pattern tests. Set Left 10 degree rudder.

                  1202    C/c 090T to reposition ship in radiation area

                  1214    Left 10 degree rudder to resume circling for exercise

                  1301    Exercised the crew at general quarters condition 1AA. Set condition zebra throughout the ship

                  1330    Skunk LIMA tracked on course 200, speed 15 knots at CPA 100T, 1300 yds

                  1426    Set condition YOKE throughout the ship

                  1429    C/c 120T to reposition ship in radiation area

                  1435    Secured from general quarters.

                  1436    Left 10 rudder to resume circling for exercise.

                  1600    C/c 040T

                  1615    Stopped all engines

                  1627    Passed sea buoy #1 & 2, steering various speeds and courses to conform to the Pearl Harbor Channel

                  1702    Moored starboard side to berth Bravo 17.

                  1833    Shifted electrical power to shore power.

                  1845    Commenced receiving miscellaneous services from the pier.

5-23-62     0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None.

                  1730    Pursuant to the orders of the Commanding Officer, one petty officer, SOG3, left the ship to report to

                                       Senior Shore Patrol Officer, U.S. Naval Station, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii for

                                       Temporary Additional Duty.

5-24-62     0000    Ships present include Chilean Naval Training Ship ESMERALDA.

                  0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None.

                  2238    Secured receiving electrical power from the pier for the purpose of cleaning electrical switchboard.

5-25-62     0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None.

                  1150    CDR NEWLAND, Commander Escort Squadron FIVE arrived on board for dinner.

                  1155    RADM FARRIN, Commander Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard arrived on board for dinner;

                                       broke the flag RADM FARRIN in this vessel.

                  1315    RADM FARRIN, Commander Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard departed; took down his flag.

                  1320    CDR NEWLAND, Commander Escort Squadron FIVE departed.

                  1330    Commenced Captain’s material inspection

                  1420    Secured from inspection

                  1850    SOPA passed from COMASWFORPAC to COMSERVPAC. Administrative Headquarters

                                       remain CINCPACFLT Headquarters, Makalapa Heights, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

5-26-62     0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: RUNNINGLIGHTS, L.R., EN3.

5-27-62     0800    Mustered the crew on Station. Absentees: RUNNINGLIGHTS, L.R., EN3

                  1745    Two petty officers, SH2 and SM3, departed ship TAD to U.S. Naval Station, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

                                       for Shore Patrol.

                  2352    Two petty officers, SH2 and SM3, reported aboard from Shore Patrol.

5-28-62     0620    Commenced making preparations for getting underway

                  0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: RUNNINGLIGHTS, L.R., EN3,

                                       absent since 0700, 26 May 62.

                  0742    RUNNINGLIGHTS, L.R., EN3, return to the ship unescorted.

                  0800    Set the special sea detail.

                  0833    Underway from berth bravo 17 to Mike 2. Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds

                                       in accordance with channel

                  0847    Moored port side to Mike 2

                  0930    The Summary Courts-Martial opened at this time, in the case of LIST, I.V., SN.

                  0950    The Summary Courts-Martial in the case of LIST, I.V., SN, adjourned to await the action

                                       of the convening authority.

                  1000    The convening authority approved and ordered executed the following sentence to

                                       LIST, I.V., SN: To be restricted to the limits of the USS LANSING (DER-388) for

                                       45 days and to be reduced in rate to seaman apprentice.

5-29-62     0600    Commenced preparations for getting underway

                  0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None

                  0725    Stationed the Special Sea Detail

                  0750    Completed preparations for getting underway. Draft forward 11’6” aft 10’7”.

                  0758    Underway for Berth W-1 USNAD West Loch, Hawaii. Maneuvering various courses and

                                       speeds to conform to channel.

                  0835    Moored starboard side to Berth W-1 USNAD West Loch, Hawaii using standard mooring lines

                  0844    Secured the Special Sea Detail

                  0850    Commenced loading ammunition.

                  1215    Completed loading ammunition

                  1230    Set the Special Sea and Anchor Detail.

                  1247    Underway from pier W-1 to pier M-2, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Steering various courses at

                                       various speeds to conform to channel

                  1322    Moored pier M-2, port side using mooring lines doubled up.

                  1336    Secured the Special Sea and Anchor Detail

                  1600    Mustered the Damage Control Party, all present.

5-30-62     0730    Mustered the crew on station. Absentees: LINE, E.Q., RD3, and MESSENGER, L.L., ETNSN,

                                       absent without authority from muster

                  2052    LINE, E.Q., RD3, returned on board having been AWOL since 0730, 30 May 1962.

5-31-62     0020    LIGHTHOUSE, S.V., SA, left the ship for shipyard dispensary. Complained of a stomach ailment

                  0125    LIGHTHOUSE, S.V., SA, was administered emergency treatment at the shipyard dispensary and

                                       was admitted to Tripler Army Hospital for further medical treatment.

                  0415    LIGHTER, D.L., AG3, and LIFELINE, L.S., RD3, were in a automobile accident and were

                                       admitted at Tripler Hospital for minor treatment.

                  0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None

                  0710    LIFELINE, L.S., RD3, was released from Tripler Hospital and returned to ship.

                  0800    Stationed the special Sea Detail

                  0800    OOD shifted his watch from the Quarterdeck to the bridge.

                  0830    Underway from pier M-2, U.S. Naval Station, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii for local operations

                                       in accordance with COMFLETRAGRU OP-ORDER 22-62.

                                       Draft forward 11’6”, aft 10’7”. The Captain and Navigator are on the bridge.

                                       Steering various courses and speeds to conform with Pearl Harbor Channel.

                  0924    Entered International waters, course 297

                  0943    C/c 067. Commenced running the measured mile

                  1234    Completed running the measured mile. Set course 1800.

                  1256    C/c 1700.

                  1300    C/s 12 Kts.

                  1318    Commenced swinging ship to compensate the compass

                  1501    Exercised the crew at General Quarters. Set Condition ZEBRA.

                  1615    Conducted an Abandon Ship Drill

                  1620    C/c 310. Continuing to swing ship

                  1634    C/c 270.

                  1644    Completed Abandon Ship Drill. Set material condition YOKE.

                  1646    Secured from General Quarters. Set the regular underway watch.

                  1800    Underway as before, swinging ship

                  1936    C/s 8 Kts

                  1937    Stopped both shafts momentarily and took No. 1 and 4 main engines off the line.

                  1946    C/s 12 kts.

                  2000    Underway as before, engaged in swing ship.

                  2048    Completed swing ship, set course 180 speed 12 knots, for night cruising

6-1-62       0000    Underway independently in local operating areas, South of Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, in accordance with

                                       COMFLTRAGROUP OP-ORDER 22-62. Base course 1800, Base speed 12 Kts.

                                       No’s 2 and 3 main engines are on the line.

                                       The electrical load is split between No. 1 and 3 ship’s service generators.

                                       Material condition YOKE and condition of readiness IV are set.

                  0200    C/c 0000.

                  0240    Sustained casualty to No. 2 main engine placed No. 1 main engine on the line

                  0245    Restored casualty to No. 2 main engine and placed it in standby.

                  0250    Took No. 3 main engine off the line, placed No. 4 main engine on the line.

                  0745    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None.

                  0910    C/c 0900. Commenced swing ship

                  0940    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples; conditions normal.

                                       Made weekly test of magazine sprinkling and flooding system; conditions satisfactory.

                  1222    C/c 0000. Commenced swing ship.

                  1300    Exercised the crew at 1AA General Quarters, set condition ZEBRA

                  1406    Set condition YOKE

                  1415    Secured from General Quarters

                  1452    Secured from swing ship, set course 3000.

                  1513    Set the Special sea and anchoring detail.

                  1518    Tested the backing bell

                  1522    Set speed 12 Kts

                  1524    Entered inland waters

                  1539    Steering various courses at various speeds to conform to the Pearl Harbor Channel

                  1630    Moored starboard side to USS FALGOUT (DER-324) at Berth Bravo 24.

6-2-62       0730    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None.

                  0920    Commenced taking on fuel from YO-78.

                  1006    Completed refueling, received 6,396 gallons of fuel oil.

                  1135    Took on board 488 gallons of lube oil, at completion of fueling, draft fwd, 11’7”, draft aft 10’8”.

6-3-62       0800    Mustered the crew on station. Absentees. None

                  1710    Lit off #1 and #2 main engines for test

                  1825    Secured #1 and #2 main engines from test. Test satisfactory.

6-4-62       0700    Quarters for muster, absentees: None.

                  0735    Set the special Sea & Anchor Detail.

                  0806    Completed preparations for getting underway.

                  0808    Underway in accordance with COMFLETRAGRU OP-ORDER 23-62 to local operating area.

                                       Captain and Navigator are on the bridge. Captain has the conn.,

                                       steering various courses and speeds to conform to the Pearl Harbor Channel

                  0849    Secured the special sea and anchor detail.

                  0855    Entered International Waters

                  0938    Commenced swinging ship to compensate compass

                  1030    Completed swinging ship.

                  1035    Exercised the Helm at a steering casualty drill.

                  1038    Secured from drill.

                  1100    Commenced man overboard drill, steering various courses at various speeds

                  1142    Completed man overboard drill.

                  1227    Sighted USS TIRU (SS-416) bearing 093, range 5 miles

                  1230    USS TIRU (SS-416) determined to be on course 290, speed 5.5 knots

                  1246    Stopped port shaft, placed no. 3 and 4 main engines in immediate standby.

                  1326    USS TIRU (SS-416) submerged bearing 205, range 2600 yds., commenced Z-30/31U,

                                       single ship ASW exercises

                  1330    Placed port shaft on the line at 8 Kts.

                  1331    Commenced steering various courses and speeds for exercise.

                  1500    Exercised the crew at General Quarters.

                  1510    Material condition ZEBRA is set.

                  1613    Set condition YOKE throughout the ship.

                  1614    Secured from General Quarters with the exception of the ASW Team

                  1708    Submarine surfaced bearing 030, distance 2000 yds. Secured from ASW exercise Z-30/31U.

                  2216    Took No.’s 2 and 3 main engines off the line and placed them in 5 minute standby.

                  2250    C/c 090, to avoid coming within 10 miles of a surface contact.

6-5-62       0000    Underway in accordance with COMFLETRAGRU Pearl OP-ORDER No. 23-62.

                                       Steaming independently in local Op-areas A-1 and A-2, on a base course of 0000T,

                                       base speed 10 kts. main engines no. 1 and 4 are on the line.

                                       The electrical load is split between No’s 1 and 3 Ship’s service Generators.

                                       Material condition YOKE and condition of readiness IV are set throughout the ship.

                  0736    Placed number 2 and 3 main engines on the line.

                  0745    Exercised the crew at 1AA General Quarters

                  0800    Steering various courses and speeds while conducting gunnery exercise Z-17-G

                  1105    Completed gunnery exercise.

                  1150    Sustained casualty to No. 4 main engine. Took off the line.

                  1249    Conducting ASW Exercise with the USS TIRU (SS-416), steering various courses at various speeds

                  1433    Fired one MK-32 Dummy Torpedo

                  1455    Commenced searching for the torpedo at various courses and speeds. Ceased ASW Exercises.

                  1912    Secured from searching for torpedo

                  2010    Commenced engineering casualty control drills

                  2043    Secured from engineering casualty control drills

                  2059    Took number 1 and 4 main engines off the line, for night steaming.

6-6-62       0000    Underway in accordance with COMFLETRAGROUP OP-ORDER 23-62.

                                       steaming independently south of Pearl Harbor in local operating area A1 on a

                                       base course of 090 degrees, base speed 10 knots. Number 2 and 3 main engines are on the line.

                                       The electrical load is split between number 1 and 3 ships service generators.

                                       Material condition YOKE and condition of readiness IV are set.

                  0400    Placed number 1 and 4 main engines on the line.

                  0522    Set the special sea and anchor detail. Captain and Navigator are on the bridge. OOD at the Conn,

                                       commenced steering various courses and speeds to conform to Pearl Harbor channel.

                  0545    Entered inland waters

                  0551    Passed sea buoys 1 and 2 abeam to port and starboard respectively.

                  0603    Lowered motor whale boat

                  0606    Captain conning, boat away for Alfa Landing.

                  0610    Maneuvered ship to reverse course

                  0619    Boat along side

                  0624    LTJG BOWEN and ENS HAUER, reported on board to observe competitive exercises

                  0647    Passed buoys 1 and 2 abeam to starboard and port respectively

                  0649    Entered international waters

                  0650    Secured the special sea and anchor detail. Set base course 155, speed 16 knots.

                  0745    Mustered the crew on station, absentees: none.

                  0830    Exercised the crew at 1AA general quarters

                  0839    Set condition Z throughout the ship. Commenced exercise Z-G-G, AA surprise:

                                       maneuvering on various courses and speeds

                  1051    Completed exercise Z-G-G: 63 rounds V.T. non frag expended. Set condition Yoke throughout the ship

                  1052    Secured from general quarters with the exception of bridge, CIC, and gunnery personnel

                  1055    Set course 060 degrees true

                  1105    C/s 16 knots.

                  1106    C/s 15 knots. Commenced exercise Z-17-G, target designation and acquisition.

                                       Maneuvering on various courses and speeds. UTRON TRACTOR #52 considers its feet dry

                  1211    Secured from target Acquisition drill.

                  1339    Set 1AS general quarters

                  1345    Condition Zebra is set. Steering various courses and speeds while

                                       conducting anti-submarine warfare exercises.

                  1931    Commenced steering various courses and speed to take station bearing 270, range 8000 yards

                                       on guide, USS BUCHANAN (DDG-14). Guide on base course 180, speed 12 knots.

                                       Conducting communications drills with USS BUCHANAN (DDG-14).

                  1959    Guide changed base course to 000

                  2000    Steaming as before, maneuvering on various courses and speeds, conducting

                                       ECM calibration exercises Z-3-CM and Z-2-CM with the USS BUCHANAN (DDG-14)

6-7-62       0000    Steaming in company with the USS BUCHANAN (DDG-14), bearing 130, distance, 9 miles,

                                       base course 180, base speed 12 kts, in accordance with

                                       COMFLETRAGRU PEARL op-order 23-62. Number 1, 2 & 3 main engines on the line.

                                       The electrical load is split between number one and three ship service generators.

                                       Material Condition YOKE and condition of readiness four are set.

                                       Steering various courses while conducting electronics exercises,

                                       maintaining base course and speed.

                                       Obtained unidentified Radar contact bearing 188, distance 22 miles. Designated Skunk “A”.

                  0135    Skunk “A” determined to be on course 030, speed 11 knots. CPA 165, distance 3 miles

                  0147    Sighted Skunk “A” bearing 185, distance 15 miles.

                  0204    C/c 210

                  0216    Skunk “A” at CPA, bearing 165, distance 4 miles

                  0818    Exercise the crew at General Quarters

                  0821    Material Condition ZEBRA is set

                  0825    Commenced Z-6-G, Gunnery exercise. Steering various courses and speeds for the exercise

                  1105    Secured from Gunnery exercise, Z-6-G, expended 22 3”/50 VT, non-frag rounds with no casualties

                  1111    Material Condition YOKE is set

                  1146    Commenced exercise Z-17-G.

                  1148    Commenced steering various courses and speeds for purposes of the exercise.

                  1220    Completed exercise Z-6-G, and released aircraft

                  1223    Aircraft considered their feet dry.

                  1242    Sighted USS ABNAKI (ATF-96), bearing 004, distance 7 miles

                  1244    Exercised the crew at 1AA General Quarters

                  1246    Commenced exercise Z-27-G, surface shoot-local control with the USS ABNAKI (ATF-96)

                                       towing an S-40 type target sled as assisting ship. Set base course 260.

                                       Maneuvering on various courses maintaining station on the USS ABNAKI (ATF-96).

                                       Captain is on the Bridge

                  1331    Commenced firing on run no. 1

                  1337    Ceased fire: 6 rounds B.L.&T expended

                  1353    Commenced firing on run no. 2

                  1356    Ceased fire: 2 rounds B.L.&T expended

                  1412    Commenced firing, on run no. 3

                  1413    Ceased firing: 2 rounds B.L.&T expended

                  1418    Changed base course to 080

                  1445    Commenced firing on run no. 4

                  1456    Ceased fire: 7 rounds B.L.&T expended.

                  1515    Commenced firing on run no. 5

                  1515    Ceased fir on run No. 5: 7 rounds B.L.&T expended

                  1519    Completed exercise, Z-27-G, set course 100

                  1527    C/s 320 RPM

                  1530    Set Condition YOKE throughout the ship

                  1539    Secured from General Quarters.

                  1555    Commenced Air Control Exercise Z-17-CC.

                  1630    C/c 070, commenced full power speed trial

                  2030    Secured from full power trial. Commenced to slow to 15 kts

                  2254    Slowed and stopped shafts momentarily to take no. 2 and 3 main engines off the line

6-8-62       0000    Underway independently conducting local operations in areas A-1 and A-2

                                       in accordance with COMFLTRAGRU Pearl Op-Orders 201-60 and 23-62.

                                       Base course is 1800 PGC, base speed 13 Kts.

                                       Material condition YOKE and condition of readiness IV are set throughout the ship.

                                       Numbers 1 and 4 main engines are on the line. Numbers 2 and 3 main engines

                                       are in 30 min. standby. The electrical load is split between No. 1 and 3 Ship’s service generator

                  0700    Placed number 2 and 3 main engines on the line. C/s 8 Kts.

                  0800    Exercised the crew at 1AA General Quarters

                  0806    Set condition Zebra. Maneuvering at various courses and at various speeds

                                       while conducting an AA Gunnery Shoot.

                  1002    Secured from AA Gunnery Shoot having expended 79 rounds of 3’/50 Cal. VTNF Ammunition

                                       with no casualties. Commenced ABC Drill

                  1112    Set condition YOKE throughout the ship.

                  1118    Secured from General Quarters. Set course 080. Speed 14 Kts

                  1340    Set the special sea and anchor detail

                  1342    Commenced steering various courses at various speeds while conducting a precision anchoring exercise.

                                       Captain at the conn., Navigator is on the bridge

                  1401    Entered inland waters

                  1401    Simulated anchor at number 10, South Honolulu, Anchorage.

                  1407    Secured from anchoring exercise. Set base course 210, speed 8 Kts.

                  1409    Secured the special sea and anchor detail. Entered international waters.

                  1545    Set the special sea and anchor detail.

                  1547    Commenced steering various courses and various speeds to conform to Pearl Harbor, channel.

                                       Captain and Navigator are on the bridge.

                  1607    Passed buoy #2 abeam to starboard, range 40 yds

                  1639    Maneuvered to go alongside USS FALGOUT (DER-324), at Berth 24, pier Bravo,

                                       U.S. Naval Station, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

                  1640    Stopped all engines, moored starboard side to USS FALGOUT (DER-324).

                  1650    Secured the special sea and anchor detail. Draft forward 11 ft. 3 in., aft 10 ft. 6 in.

                  1710    Shifted the electrical load from number 1 and 3 Ship’s Service Generators,

                                       to number 3 Ship’s Service Generator

                  1900    Shifted the electrical load from No. 3 Ship’s Service Generator to shore power,

                                       commenced receiving miscellaneous services from the pier.

6-9-62       0745    Quarters for muster were held, no absentees.

                  0855    Commenced taking on fuel from YOG-71. Draft forward 11’5”, Draft Aft 10’5”, before fueling

                  1055    Secured taking fuel. Draft Fwd 11’6”. Draft Aft 10’9”.

6-10-52     0000    COMCORTRON FIVE’s Flag is aboard

                  0800    Mustered the crew on station. Absentees: None.

                  1000    LT JORDAN, Squadron Chaplain conducted Protestant Divine Services aboard

                  1100    Secured from Divine Services.

6-11-62     0600    Commenced preparations for getting underway

                  0725    Set the Special Sea and Anchor Detail.

                  0740    Mustered crew on station; Absentees none. LTJG O.T. PROW departed the ship for home of record

                  0750    Completed all preparations for getting underway. Draft forward 11’6”, aft 10’7”.

                  0759    Underway to shift berths to pier “H” berth 4. The Captain has the conn. The Navigator is on the bridge.

                                       Steering various courses and speeds to conform with Pearl Harbor Channel.

                  0856    Moored starboard side to pier “H” berth 4, Naval Fuel Annex, Naval Supply Center,

                                       Pearl Harbor, Hawaii with standard mooring lines doubled.

                  1300    “M” Boat came alongside to pick up torpedoes

                  1355    “M” Boat departed from alongside to return three Mark 32-2 Practice Torpedoes to NAD Westloch,

                                       Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

6-12-62     0700    Quarters for muster. Absentees: None.

                  1445    Shifted electrical load from #2 ship service generator to #2 ship service generator.

                                       Secured #2 ship service generator.

                  1759    USS WILHOITE (DER-397) moored to port.

6-13-62     0745    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None.

                  1814    USS FALGOUT (DER-324) standing in the harbor.

                  1826    USS FALGOUT maneuvering to come along side to port

                  1847    USS WILHOITE (DER-397) standing in the harbor

                  1853    USS WILHOITE (DER-397) maneuvering to come alongside USS FALGOUT (DER-324) to port

                  1857    USS WILHOITE (DER-397) outboard USS FALGOUT (DER-324) to port

6-14-62     0730    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None.

                  1106    The USS FALGOUT (DER-324) got underway from the port side

6-15-62     0635    COMCORTRON FIVE shifted his Flag from USS LANSING (DER-388) to

                                       USS WILHOITE (DER-397)

                  0645    USS WILHOITE (DER-397) underway from alongside

                  0700    Mustered the crew at Quarters, Absentees: None.

                  0830    USS BUCKLEY (DD-808) stood into the harbor and moored at berth H-2

                  0900    USS MCCAIN (DL-3) got underway from berth H-1 and stood out of the harbor

                  1130    Commenced preparations for getting underway.

                  1145    Set material condition YOKE

                  1200    Set the special sea and anchoring detail

                  1220    Tested shafts, steering motors, and engine order telegraphs. Test results satisfactory

                  1230    Underway from Berth H-4 in accordance with COMFLETRAGRU OP-ORDER 22-62.

                                       Maneuvering at various courses and speeds to leave Pearl Harbor

                  1301    Gyro error determined to be 150 by range sight

                  1310    Secured the special sea and anchoring detail. Set readiness condition 3

                  1317    Entered international waters and commenced steering through simulated minefield’s swept channel

                  1321    Commenced navigating by radar

                  1331    Commenced steering by magnetic compass

                  1332    Set 150 correction into Gyro

                  1425    Steering various courses maneuvering in local op-area Bravo Papa

                  1428    Set condition Circle William throughout the ship. Simulated hits for Battle Problem

                  1544    Set condition YOKE throughout the ship

                  1547    Secured from General Quarters

                  1600    Underway on various courses at various speeds to proceed to the entrance to Pearl Harbor Channel

                  1608    Set the special sea and anchoring detail

                  1623    Entered inland waters. Steering various courses at various speeds while navigating the

                                       Pearl Harbor Channel

                  1702    Moored port side to Fueling pier, Naval Supply Center, Berth Hotel One

                  1708    Doubled all lines

                  710      Secured the special sea and anchoring detail

                  1840    Commenced taking on fuel. Draft forward 11’0”, aft 10’5”. Receiving telephone and fresh water

                                       services from the pier

                  2045    Secured taking on fuel. 5,000 gallons brought aboard. Draft 10’5” aft, 11’2” forward

6-16-62     0800    Mustered the crew at Quarters. no absentees

                  1021    USS WILHOITE (DER-397) came alongside to starboard

                  1121    Shifted COMCORTRON FIVE Flag from USS WILHOITE (DER-397) to

                                       USS LANSING (DER-388)

6-17-62     0800    Mustered the crew on stations. Absentees: None

6-18-62     0730    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None.

                  1500    USS WILHOITE (DER-397) maneuvering clear of starboard side with tugs,

                                       to shift berths to berth Hotel 4

                  1515    USS WILHOITE (DER-397) moored starboard side to berth Hotel 4

6-19-62     0645    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None

                  0645    Commenced preparations for getting underway

                  0700    Set the sectional sea and anchor detail. Commenced Z-5-S, getting underway with the

                                       sectional sea and anchor detail. Draft forward 11 ft., aft 10 ft. 9 in.

                                       Underway in accordance with COMFLTRAGRU Pearl Op-Order 26-62. OOD at the conn.

                                       Captain and Navigator are on the bridge

                  0735    Maneuvered clear of berth. Commenced steering various courses and speeds to conform to

                                       Pearl Harbor Channel

                  0755    Secured from exercise Z-5-S. Set the special sea and anchor detail.

                  0812    Passed buoy no. 1 abeam to starboard, range 40 yds.

                  0819    Entered international waters

                  0830    Secured the special sea and anchor detail. Set base course 130, speed 12 Kts

                  0908    Stopped port shaft to repair lube oil leak at No. 2 reduction gear

                  0922    Completed repairs to No. 2 reduction gear. Placed port shaft on the line at 8 Kts

                  1000    held man overboard drill. Commenced maneuvering on various courses and speeds to

                                       effect recovery of dummy

                  1013    Recovered dummy

                  1025    Secured from drill. Set base course 270, speed 12 kts.

                  1048    Conducted man overboard drill. Commenced steering various courses and speeds to effect recovery

                  1101    Secured from drill. Set course 090, speed 8 Kts.

                  1235    Sighted surface contact bearing 140, distance 12 miles.

                  1334    C/c 090. Sighted surface contact bearing 085 Distance about 12 miles.

                  1346    Maneuvering to take standby station astern of the USS CHIPOLA (AO-63)

                  1400    Captain assumed the conn. Commenced approaching to port side of oiler

                  1437    Received first fuel hose

                  1440    (Simulated) Commenced receiving fuel

                  1449    Fueling completed, all hoses clear

                  1501    Commenced light transfer

                  1503    Completed light transfer

                  1509    All lines clear. Maneuvered clear of the CHIPOLA.

                  1523    Commenced division tactical exercises. Steering various courses at various speeds.

                                       Conforming to maneuvers signaled by USS CHIPOLA (AO-63) in area 1.

                  1600    Underway as before. Maneuvering at various courses and at various speeds

                                       while conducting tactical exercises and signal drills with the USS CHIPOLA (AO-63)

                  1813    Changed base course to 270T. Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds

                                       maintaining station on USS CHIPOLA (AO-63)

                  1900    USS CHIPOLA (AO-63) came to base course 224T for exercises Z-25S (N) and Z-28S

                  1902    Maneuvered to standby station astern of the USS CHIPOLA (AO-63).

                  1914    Commenced approach for refueling and replenishment exercises. Captain has the conn

                  1927    Refueling hose on board

                  1929    Commenced simulated receiving fuel

                  1938    Simulated fueling completed.

                  1940    Fueling hose clear

                  1943    Commenced transfer of light freight

                  1947    Completed transfer of light freight

                  1952    All lines clear. Maneuvering clear of the side of the USS CHIPOLA (AO-63)

                  1953    Set Base course 180T, speed 10 Kts.

                  2100    Commenced engineering casualty control drills

                  2245    Secured from engineering casualty control drills

6-20-62     0000    Steaming independently in OP-AREA, A-1 on base course 090T, base speed 8 knots

                                       in accordance with COMFLTRAGRU OP-ORD 20-62.

                                       Machinery on the line includes #1, 2, 3, 4 main engines, #1, 2 Ships service generators.

                                       Condition YOKE and readiness condition IV are set

                  0015    Commenced casualty control drills

                  0129    Secured from drills

                  0134    Secured #1 and #3 main engines

                  0734    Placed No. 1 and 3 main engines on the line

                  0800    Sent the crew to General Quarters

                  0804    Material condition ZEBRA set

                  0839    Commenced basic damage control drills

                  0937    Secured from damage control drills

                  1030    Conducted drill of rigging casualty power to after steering

                  1056    Set material condition YOKE

                  1059    Secured from General Quarters

                  1303    Sent the crew to general Quarters

                  1305    Material condition ZEBRA is set

                  1316    Conducted exercise Z-52-O, Nuclear Detonation, shallow underwater burst

                  1430    Conducted casualty communications drill between the bridge and after steering

                  1508    Material condition YOKE is set

                  1509    Secured from General Quarters.

                  1525    Conducted Aircraft Ditching at Sea Drill

                  1600    Commenced preparations for entering port

                  1601    Conducted test of back down bell. Test satisfactory

                  1606    Stationed the special sea and anchor detail. Captain at the conn. Navigator is on the bridge

                  1617    Entered inland waters. Commenced steering various courses at various speeds

                                       conforming to Pearl Harbor Channel

                  1626    Passed buoy No. 1 and 2 abeam to port and starboard respectively

                  1702    Maneuvering to enter berth.

                  1703    Moored portside to berth 1, Hotel pier, U.S. Naval Station, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

                                       using standard mooring lines doubled. Secured the special sea and anchor detail

                  1730    Receiving miscellaneous services from the pier

6-21-62     0600    Commenced preparations for getting underway.

                  0645    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None

                  0700    Set the Special Sea and Anchor Detail. Draft readings 11’ forward 10’5” aft.

                  0710    Completed preparations for getting underway.

                  0729    Underway in accordance with COMFLTRAGRU OP-ORD 25-62.

                                       Maneuvering at various courses and speeds while standing out of Pearl Harbor Channel

                  0825    Entered international waters. Secured the special sea and anchor detail. Set course 115, speed 15 Kts

                  0901    Exercises the crew at 1AS General Quarters

                  0909    Set material condition ZEBRA. Commenced ASW Exercise. Commenced maneuvering at

                                       various courses and at various speeds while conducting ASW exercises

                  1009    Set material condition YOKE

                  1010    Secured from GQ with the exception of the ASW Attack Team personnel

                  1055    Secured from ASW Exercises. Set course 180, speed 12 Kts.

                  1301    Exercised the crew at General Quarters.

                  1308    Material condition ZEBRA is set

                  1309    Commenced single ship ASW, exercise Z-31-U. Commenced steering various courses

                                       at various speeds for purpose of the exercise.

                  1323    Material condition YOKE set

                  1330    Secured from General Quarters, with the exception of the ASW Attack Team personnel.

                  1510    Secured from exercise Z-31-U. Commenced exercise Z-32(B)-U, Dual Ship ASW

                                       with the USS FINCH (DER-328). Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds

                                       for the purpose of the exercise.

                  1635    Secured from Dual Ship ASW Exercise Z-32(B)-U.

                  1742    Tested backing down bell

                  1746    Stationed the Special Sea and Anchor Detail. Captain conning. Navigator is on the bridge.

                                       Entered inland waters.

                  1749    Changed course to 320, speed 10 Kts.

                  1754    Commenced steering various courses at various speeds conforming to Pearl Harbor Channel

                  1858    Maneuvering to go alongside the pier

                  1902    Moored starboard side to Berth 22.5, pier Bravo, U.S. Naval Station, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.

                  1922    Secured the Special Sea and Anchor Detail.

                  1955    Commenced receiving miscellaneous services from the pier.

6-22-62     0645    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None

                  0700    Commenced preparation for getting underway. The Captain and Navigator are on the bridge

                  0747    Underway for Pearl Harbor operating areas. The Captain has the conn.

                                       Commenced steering various courses at various speeds to conform to the Pearl Harbor Channel.

                  0834    Entered international waters

                  0844    The OOD assumed the conn. Secured the special and anchoring detail. Set course 104. Speed 10 Kts

                  0910    Commenced maneuvering at various speeds and on various courses while conducting ASW Exercises

                  1150    Secured from ASW Exercises. Set course 090, speed 8 Kts.

                  1256    Exercised the crew at 1AS General Quarters. Commenced maneuvering various courses

                                       at various speeds while conducting ASW Exercises.

                  1302    Set material condition ZEBRA

                  1528    Set material condition YOKE.

                  1530    Secured from ASW Exercises. Set course 060, speed 12 Kts.

                  1628    Set the special sea and anchoring detail. Captain and Navigator are on the bridge. OOD at the conn.

                                       Commenced maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to conform

                                       to the Pearl Harbor Channel

                  1729    Moored port side to the USS ELKHORN (AOG-7) at Pier Bravo, Berth 3,

                                       U.S. Naval Shipyard, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii with standard mooring lines.

6-23-62     0745    Musters the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None.

                  0855    YO-78 alongside to fuel

                  0908    Commenced fueling from YO-78. Draft forward 10’9”, aft 10’7”

                  0915    The Commanding Officer held mast and imposed non-judicial punishment as follows:

                                       MASTHEADLIGHT, W.R., SN, offense violation art 91, UCMJ,

                                       willfully disobeying a lawful order, punishment: Awarded 2 weeks extra duty.

                                       LIFEBUOY, R.B., RM3, offense, willfully disobeying a lawful order, violation article 91, UCMJ,

                                       Punishment: 7 days restriction.

                                       LINE, E.Q., RD3, offense violation article 92, UCMJ, having in his possession more

                                       than one liberty card, punishment: 2 days restriction

                  1026    Fueling completed Draft forward 11’5”, aft 10’9”

                  1053    YO-78 departed from alongside after fueling having delivered 12, 281 gallons of diesel oil

6-24-62     0717    LTJG B.R. SENNIT detached to report aboard USS WALKER (DDE-517) for duty.

                                       BUPERS Orders 129249 of 27 March 1962.

                  0815    Mustered the crew on stations. No absentees

                  1855    Held fire drill.

                  1830    Secured from drill.

6-25-62     0445    Commenced preparations for getting underway

                  0720    Set the special sea and anchor detail

                  0743    Completed all preparations for getting underway; draft forward 10’5”, aft 11’5”.

                                       Mustered the crew on station: Absentees, none.

                  0803    Underway in accordance with COMFLETRAGRU OP-ORD 26-62.

                                       Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to clear berth and stand out the channel

                  0835    Passed abeam of buoys #1 and #2. Secured the special sea and anchor detail.

                                       Exercised the crew at General Quarters

                  0842    Entered international waters

                  0844    Made BT drop.

                  1138    Secured from General Quarters. Set course 270, speed 8 knots.

                  1301    Exercised the crew at General Quarters. maneuvering on various courses at various speeds

                                       while conducting Damage Control Drills

                  1541    Secured from General Quarters, set course 305, speed 12 knots. Set the special sea and anchor detail,

                                       made all preparations for entering port.

                  1609    With Diamond Head Light bearing 098 entered inland waters. Maneuvering on various courses

                                       at various speeds to conform to Pearl Harbor Channel

                  1657    Maneuvering to make berth

                  1658    Moored starboard side to berth M-3, U.S. Naval Station, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

                                       using standard destroyer mooring lines doubled.

                  1707    Secured the special sea and anchor detail.

6-26-62     0645    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None. Commenced preparations for getting underway

                  0700    Set the Special Sea and Anchor Detail. Captain and Navigator are on the bridge. OOD at the conn.

                  0715    Completed all preparations for getting underway. Draft forward 11’3”, aft 10’6”

                  0749    Underway in compliance with COMFLETRAGRU OP-ORDER 26-62 for Pearl Harbor

                                       operating areas. Maneuvering to clear the pier.

                  0800    Commenced steering various courses at various speeds standing out of Pearl Harbor.

                  0833    Passed buoy No. 1 abeam to starboard

                  0835    Entered international waters. Secured the Special Sea and Anchor Detail. Set course 151, speed 10 kts.

                  0838    Commenced Engineering Casualty Control Drills. Commenced steering various courses

                                       at various speeds while conducting drills in Pearl Harbor operating areas SH, DH and KH.

                  1200    Underway as before. In operating areas SH, DH and KH, steering various courses at various speeds

                                       while conducting Engineering Casualty Control Drills.

                  1525    Set course 090, speed 8 Kts. Secured from Engineering Casualty Control Drills

                  1529    Exercised the crew at 1AS General Quarters

                  1535    Set material condition ZEBRA

                  1559    Set material condition YOKE

                  1605    Secured from 1AS General Quarters. Stationed the Special Sea and Anchor Detail. OOD at the conn.

                                       Captain and Navigator are on the bridge. Commenced maneuvering at various courses

                                       and speeds to approach the Pearl Harbor Channel

                  1630    Entered inland waters. Draft forward 11’3”, aft 10’6”. Commenced steering various courses

                                       at various speeds standing in the Pearl Harbor Channel

                  1639    Passed buoy No. 1 abeam to port

                  1713    Moored starboard side to USS VANCE (DER-387) at pier Bravo, Berth 22½, U.S. Naval Station,

                                       Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. USS FINCH (DER-328) is inboard of the VANCE.

                  1946    Commenced receiving miscellaneous services from the pier.

6-27-62     0545    Commenced preparations for getting underway

                  0635    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None.

                  0645    Stationed the special sea and anchor detail

                  0715    Completed all preparations for getting underway. Draft forward 11’3”, aft 10’6”

                  0728    Underway for local operating areas in compliance with COMFLTRAGRU OP-ORD 26-62.

                                       Maneuvering various courses to clear the berth. Captain at the conn., Navigator on the bridge

                  0734    Commenced steering various courses at various speeds standing out of Pearl Harbor

                  0803    Secured the special sea and anchor detail. OOD was given the conn.

                  0806    Set base course 153, speed 16 knots.

                  0809    Entered international waters

                  0830    Commenced modified 16 Kts economy trial, (Z-111-E)

                  0930    Completed modified 16 kts. economy trial

                  0953    Sent the crew to General Quarters

                  0958    Material condition ZEBRA is set. Commenced target acquisition exercise (Z-17-G)

                  1023    Completed Z-17-G exercise. Commenced basic anti-aircraft exercise (Z-1-G).

                  1127    Completed exercise Z-1-G, having expended 28 rounds of 3’/50 VT Non-Frag, with no casualties.

                                       Commenced exercise Z-2-G

                  1205    Completed exercise Z-2-G, having expended 58 rounds of 3’/50 Non-Frag with no casualties

                  1209    Set material condition YOKE

                  1210    Secured from General Quarters

                  1319    Exercised the crew at General Quarters

                  1324    Material condition zebra is set.

                  1350    Dropped five (5) Mark 9; mod 4 depth charges for exercise Z-19-U

                  1400    Set material condition YOKE

                  1405    Secured from General Quarters

                  1430    Commenced modified 14 Kt. economy trial

                  1530    Completed modified 14 knot economy trial, exercise Z-111-E

                  1608    Stationed the special sea and anchor detail. Captain conning., Navigator is on the bridge.

                                       Conducted test of back bell. Test satisfactory

                  1613    Entered inland waters. Commenced steering various courses at various speeds,

                                       conforming to Pearl Harbor Channel

                  1623    Passed buoy No. 2 abeam to starboard, range 90 yd

                  1653    Maneuvering to enter berth

                  1658    Moored starboard side to the USS DURANT (DER-389) at Berth 22.5, Bravo pier,

                                       U.S. Naval Station, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii with standard mooring lines. Stopped all engines.

                  1703    Secured the special sea and anchor detail.

                  1730    Commenced receiving miscellaneous services from the pier

                  1755    USS FINCH (DER-328) maneuvering to come alongside to port.

6-28-62     0630    Commenced preparations for getting underway

                  0635    Mustered the crew at quarters: Absentees:, None.

                  0645    Stationed the Special Sea and Anchor Detail

                  0720    Completed preparations for getting underway, draft forward 11’3”, aft 10’6”.

                  0725    The USS FINCH (DER-328) breasted out to port

                  0735    Underway in accordance with COMFLTRAGRU OP-ORD 26-62.

                                       Maneuvering to clear the pier. OOD conning, Captain and Navigator are on the bridge.

                  0739    Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to clear Pearl Harbor Channel.

                                       Maneuvering in various courses at various speeds in simulated swept channel.

                  0853    Entered international waters

                  0922    Completed running simulated swept channel. Commenced steaming on various courses at

                                       various speeds in company with the USS ABNAKI (ATF-96) while conducting

                                       communications exercises

                  0955    Set the Special Sea and Anchor Detail. Commenced steering various courses at various speeds

                                       conducting precision anchoring exercises at South Honolulu Anchorage number 19.

                  1210    Completed first approach on South Honolulu Anchorage #19

                  1249    Completed second approach on South Honolulu Anchorage #19.

                  1252    Secured from precision anchoring exercise: Secured the Special Sea and Anchor Detail

                  1254    Set course 2200 PGC, speed 8 Kts

                  1337    Commenced steering various courses at various speeds, in company with the

                                       USS VANCE (DER-387) conducting ECM Exercises

                  1444    Commenced steering casualty drills

                  1450    Shifted conn to after conning station

                  1505    Shifted conn. To the bridge

                  1506    Secured from steering casualty drills

                  1530    Steaming various courses at various speeds conducting man overboard drill

                  1541    Secured from man overboard drill.

                  1603    Commenced steering various courses at various speeds, conducting magnetic compass piloting drill

                  1613    Stationed the special sea and anchor detail. OOD conning Captain and Navigator on the bridge.

                                       Commenced steering various courses at various speeds to enter Pearl Harbor Channel

                  1628    Entered inland waters

                  1638    Commenced steering various courses at various speeds conforming to Pearl Harbor Channel

                  1708    Maneuvering to go alongside the pier

                  1712    Moored starboard side to pier Bravo, Berth 22.5, U.S. Naval Station, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii,

                                       outboard of the USS FINCH (DER-328) with standard mooring lines.

6-29-62     0635    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: LIETO, U.W., RD1, LIBERTY, P.A., RM3.

                  0645    Set the special sea and anchor detail

                  0650    LIBERTY, P.A., RM3, returned aboard

                  0713    Recorded draft forward 11’, aft 10’4”

                  0730    Underway from berth bravo 22½ in accordance COMFLTRAGRU OP-ORD 26-62

                                       for local Op-Area Sierra – 2. Maneuvering at various courses and speeds to leave Pearl Harbor.

                  0842    Secured the special sea and anchor detail

                  0851    C/c 220T, and commenced Bathythermograph sounding

                  0858    Completed sounding

                  0859    Set the ASW Attack Team

                  0915    All engines ahead 1/3, 135 RPM for 8 Kts.

                  0920    Maneuvering at various courses and speeds while awaiting the commencement of

                                       Anti-Submarine Exercises with the submarine TIRU in company with Torpedo Retriever #3.

                                       The TIRU is experiencing minor equipment difficulties preventing submerging

                  1132    Submarine submerged bearing 055T, distance 3000 yds.

                  1135    Commenced Z-30-U. Simulated attacking the submarine.

                  1537    Secured from Anti-Submarine Exercise

                  1618    Set the special sea and anchor detail with mine lookouts in preparation for passage through

                                       the simulated minefield.

                  1620    Maneuvering on various courses and speeds to pass through the simulated minefield and enter

                                       Pearl Harbor.

                  1728    Moored starboard side to USS FINCH (DER-328) at Berth Bravo 22½ , Pearl Harbor

                                       Naval Shipyard, Hawaii

                  1738    Secured the special sea and anchor detail

                  1745    LIETO, U.W., RD1, reported aboard from Escort Squadron Five Office being absent

                                       11 hrs and 10 minutes

                  2000    Moored as before with standard destroyer mooring lines doubled. Receiving steam and

                                       miscellaneous services from the pier

6-30-62     0745    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None.

                  0919    YTM 263 (USS NEOGA) and YTB 142 (USS NOKOMIS) alongside, pilot Mr. MCMILLIAN.

                                       Breasted out to permit USS DURANT (DER-389) to get underway.

                  0942    Moored alongside USS FINCH (DER-328).

                  1230    Shifted from ship’s electrical power to shore power

                  1231    Secured #2 Ship’s Service Generator

                  1815    NOTHINGTOLEFT, C.O., not to be located aboard ship. Notified Base Police,

                                       Main Gate Sentry and HASP Headquarters for pick-up

                  2130    PADRE, A.S., ENFA, was confined to U.S. Naval Station Brig, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii for safe keeping,

                                       for alleged violation of UCMJ, Article 91, insubordination to a non-commissioned officer

                  2300    LETGO, A.L., TA, sustained several lacerations and bruises of the face due to slipping and striking

                                       a door frame while going below

                  2312    LETGO, A.L., TA, taken to U.S. Naval Shipyard Dispensary for treatment

                  2345    LETGO, A.L., TA, returned on board having received medical treatment for injuries

                                       caused by his own misconduct.

7-1-62       0000    Moored starboard side to outboard the USS FINCH (DER-328) at pier Bravo, Berth 22½,

                                       U.S. Naval Station, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii with standard mooring lines doubled.

                                       Receiving telephone, steam and fresh water services from the pier.

                  0700    NOTHINGTOLEFT, C.O., TN, reported aboard by HASP carrier with charge sheet of absence

                                       and was placed on report for AWOL from 1715, 30 June 1962 to 0700, 1 July 1962.

                                       Orders to be restricted to the limits of the ship.

                  2235    A systematic search of entire ship for NOTHINGTOLEFT, C.O., TN, who

                                       missed 2200 muster of PALs and Restricted men, disclosed that he was not on board.

7-2-62       0645    Mustered the crew at Quarters, absentees: None

                  0745    Set the special sea and anchor detail to breast out

                  0745    YTB-781 (USS NIANTIC) came alongside forward, YTB-765 (USS OKMULGEE) came

                                       alongside aft. Captain Wilson, Pearl Harbor Pilot came on board

                  0809    Underway, breasting out with tugs to allow the USS FINCH (DER-328) to get underway.

                  0817    Moored starboard side to pier Bravo, berth 22.5, U.S. Naval Station, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

                  0821    Pilot departed the ship

                  0822    Tugs departed the side

                  0900    Commenced preparations for getting underway

                  0945    Set the special sea and anchor detail. Completed all preparations for getting underway.

                                       Draft forward 11’1”, aft 10’6”.

                  0950    Underway in accordance with COMFLTRAGRU OP-ORD 308-62. Maneuvering to clear

                                       the harbor, steering various courses at various speeds standing out of Pearl Harbor

                  1031    Secured the special sea and anchor detail, set the regular steaming watch

                  1047    Entered international waters

                  1116    Commenced submarine barrier patrol, steering various courses at various speeds.

                  1226    Set condition 1AS General Quarters, set material condition ZEBRA

                  1320    Commenced FLTRAGRU Battle Problem Exercise

                  1410    Set ABC Condition Probable

                  1415    Set ABC Condition Imminent

                  1420    (Simulated) Nuclear surface burst: (simulated) maneuvering to avoid base surge

                  1507    Secured from FLTRAGRU Drills, set material condition YOKE. Secured from General Quarters

                  1602    Stationed the special sea and anchor detail

                  1603    C/s 12 kts. Underway on various courses at various speeds entering Pearl Harbor Channel,

                                       OOD conning, Captain and Navigator are on the Bridge

                  1604    Entered inland waters

                  1612    Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds conforming to Pearl Harbor Channel

                  1640    Maneuvering to come alongside to USS VANCE (DER-387) moored at pier Bravo, berth 22.5

                  1647    Moored starboard side to the USS VANCE (DER-387) at pier Bravo, berth 22.5,

                                       U.S. Naval Station, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii with standard mooring lines.

                  1705    Commenced receiving miscellaneous services from the pier

                  1904    PADRE, A.S., ENFA, was released from confinement for safekeeping at the U.S. Naval Station Brig,

                                       Pearl Harbor, Hawaii and returned on board by order of the Commanding Officer

                  2100    PADRE, A.S., ENFA, departed the ship to be placed in confinement for safekeeping at

                                       the Pearl Harbor Naval Station Brig, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, pending investigation of charges

                                       involving possession of narcotics, by order of the Commanding Officer

7-3-62       0000    Moored starboard side to USS VANCE (DER-387) with standard destroyer mooring lines.

                                       USS VANCE (DER-387) moored starboard side to Berth B-22½ , U.S. Naval Station,

                                       Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Ships present include HMNZS ROYALIST (C-89) of the New Zealand navy.

                  0635    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: LETGO, A.L., TA.

                  0650    Set the special sea and anchor detail. Commenced making preparations for getting underway

                  0715    Completed all preparations for getting underway. Draft forward 11’2”, aft 10’6”.

                                       Captain and Navigator are on the bridge, OOD at the conn.

                  0750    Underway in accordance with COMFLTRAGRU OP-ORDER 26-62 for

                                       Pearl Harbor Operating Areas. Maneuvering to clear the USS VANCE (DER-387)

                  0759    Commenced steering various courses at various speeds while standing out the Pearl Harbor Channel

                  0825    Passed buoy #1 abeam to starboard. Secured the special sea and anchor detail.

                  0836    Entered international waters

                  1040    Set the special anchoring detail. Commenced maneuvering on various courses at various speeds

                                       while conducting simulated anchoring at anchorage #11 off Waikiki Beach

                  1151    Secured the special anchoring detail, set course 1800, speed 10 Knots.

                  1254    Commenced dual ship ASW Exercises with the USCGC BERING STRAIT (WAVP-382).

                                       Steering various courses at various speeds while conducting exercises.

                  1541    Secured from ASW Exercises, having expended five (5) MK 12, mod O, miniature exercise hedgehogs

                  1640    Conducted test of back down bell. Test satisfactory. Set the special sea and anchor detail.

                                       Captain and Navigator are on the bridge. OOD conning. Commenced steering various courses

                                       at various speeds conforming to Pearl Harbor Channel.

                  1704    Passed buoy #2 abeam to starboard, range 90 yds

                  1731    Maneuvering to enter berth

                  1742    Moored port side to USS VANCE (DER-387) at Berth 2, Mike pier, U.S. Naval Station,

                                       Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

                  1754    Stopped all engines. Standard destroyer mooring lines are set.

                                       Ships present include HMNZS ROYALIST (C-89).

                  1830    Commenced receiving miscellaneous services from the pier

                  2010    LETFALL, A.O., DK3, reported on board having been AWOL for a period of about 37 hours

7-4-62       0455    While on watch in Radio Central, LIFEBUOY, R.B., RM3, slipped and fell striking his head on a desk

                                       receiving a one (1) inch cut over the left eye, was sent to U.S. Naval Shipyard Dispensary

                                       for treatment. Disposition: applied six (6) stitches, bandaged the wound and returned to duty

                  0800    Full dress ship

7-5-62       0635    Mustered the crew at Quarters, Absentees: None.

                  0635    Commenced making preparations for getting underway

                  0650    Stationed the special sea and anchor detail

                  0730    All preparations completed for getting underway. Draft Forward 11’, aft 10’7”.

                  0748    Underway for Refresher Training in accordance with COMFLTRAGRU Pearl Op-Order 201-62.

                                       Maneuvering to clear the berth. Captain and Navigator are on the bridge. OOD conning.

                  0759    Steering various courses at various speeds standing out of Pearl Harbor

                  0829    Passed buoy #1 abeam to starboard, range 150 yds.

                  0830    Secured the special sea and anchor detail. Commenced low visibility piloting exercise Z-7-N

                                       while navigating swept channel

                  0837    Entered international waters

                  0930    Commenced Engineering Casualty Control Drills. Maneuvering at various speeds while conducting drills

                  1215    Set the special anchor detail. Captain and Navigator are on the bridge. OOD at the conn.

                                       Commenced steering various courses at various speeds while making approach

                                       for simulated anchoring at anchorage #11 of Waikiki Beach

                  1252    Entered inland waters

                  1314    Entered international waters

                  1319    Secured the anchor detail.

                  1320    Held Man overboard Drills. Commenced maneuvering at various speeds to pick up dummy

                  1355    Secured from Man overboard Drills

                  1616    Conducted test of back down bell. Test satisfactory.

                  1625    Stationed the special sea and anchor detail. Captain and Navigator are on the bridge. OOD conning.

                  1636    Entered inland waters. Commenced steering various courses at various speeds to conform

                                       to Pearl Harbor Channel.

                  1644    Passed buoy No. 2 abeam to starboard, range 100 yds.

                  1709    Maneuvering to enter berth.

                  1724    Moored port side to USS VANCE (DER-387) at Berth 2, Mike pier, U.S. Naval Station,

                                       Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.

                  1732    Stopped all engines. Standard destroyer mooring lines are set. Secured the

                                       special sea and anchor detail.

                  1800    Commenced receiving miscellaneous services from the pier

7-6-62       0305    LOOM, O.B., ETR3, received cut lip while working on after mast

                  0322    LOOM, O.B., ETR3, left ship with corpsman for treatment by U.S. Naval Shipyard Dispensary.

                                       Disposition: Returned to normal duties.

                  0630    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None

                  0640    Commenced preparations for getting underway

                  0650    Stationed the special sea and anchor detail

                  0720    Completed preparations for getting underway, draft forward 11’, aft 10’7”.

                  0725    Underway in accordance with COMFLTRAGRU OP-ORDER 201-62,

                                       OOD conning, Captain and Navigator on the bridge. Maneuvering to clear the pier

                  0730    Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds conforming with the Pearl Harbor Channel.

                  0806    Passed buoy #1 abeam to starboard, buoy #2 abeam to port. Secured the

                                       special sea and anchor detail. Set condition of readiness IV.

                  0811    Entered international waters

                  0833    C/s 19.5 kts. Commenced Full Power Run

                  0853    Secured from full power run

                  0954    Exercised the crew at 1AA GQ.

                  1001    Condition ZEBRA set throughout the ship. Commenced steering various courses at various speeds

                                       conducting target designation and acquisition exercise

                  1104    Set condition YOKE throughout the ship

                  1108    Secured from General Quarters. Secured from target designation and acquisition exercise.

                  1155    Exercised the crew at 1AA General Quarters

                  1159    Condition ZEBRA set throughout the ship

                  1200    Commenced maneuvering at various speeds on various speeds (courses)

                                       while conducting AA Exercises.

                  1220    Fired 19 rounds of 3”/50 VT frag to starboard with no casualties

                  1255    Fired 23 rounds of 3”/50 VT frag to starboard with no casualties

                  1300    Fired 15 rounds of 3”/50 VT frag to starboard with no casualties

                  1303    Fired 3 rounds of 3”/50 VT frag to starboard with no casualties

                  1350    Secured from AA exercises having fired 60 rounds of VT frag with no casualties. Commenced ABC Drill

                  1446    Secured from 1AA General Quarters, set material condition YOKE.

                  1620    Stationed the special sea and anchor detail. OOD conning, Captain and Navigator on the bridge.

                                       Commenced steering various courses at various speeds, entering Pearl Harbor Channel

                  1637    Entered inland waters

                  1646    Steering various course at various speeds conforming to Pearl Harbor Channel

                  1729    Maneuvering to come alongside the USS NEWELL (DER-322)

                  1732    Moored starboard side to the USS NEWELL (DER-322) at pier Bravo, berth 23.5,

                                       U.S. Naval Station, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii with standard mooring lines doubled.

7-7-62       0000    Moored starboard side to USS NEWELL (DER-322) at Berth Bravo 23.5,

                                       Pearl Harbor, Hawaii with standard mooring lines doubled. Ships present include

                                       HMNZS ROYALIST (C-89), the Dutch Ship UTRECHT (DD-817),

                                       the Korean ships RYHL P.O. (PCE-58), PYOK P.O. (PCE-57),

                                       SACHAN PO (PCE-59), TANG PO (PCE-56).

                  0745    Mustered the crew at quarters. Absentees: None.

                  0905    The Commanding Officer held mast and imposed non-judicial punishment as follows:

                                       LETGO, A.L., TA, Offense: AWOL for a period of about two (2) hours and fifteen (15) minutes,

                                       and missing ships movement on 3 July 1962.

                                       Punishment: Two (2) weeks restriction and two (2) hours extra duty for a period of 14 days.

                                       NOTHINGTOLEFT, C.O., TN, Offense: AWOL from 1715, 30 June 1962 to

                                       0700, 1 June 1962, a period of about (13) hours and (45) minutes; breaking restriction on

                                       30 June 1962. Punishment: Reduced in rate to TA, awarded Summary Court Martial.

7-8-62       0052    Completed taking on fuel, Draft 11’8”, forward, aft 11’, mean 11’4”

                  0800    Mustered the crew on station. No absentees

                  2300    Observed flash in sky 1400R. Believed to be from testing grounds at Johnson Island

7-9-62       0715    Quarters for muster and inspection. Absentees: None.

                  0730    Set the special sea and anchor detail. Disconnected shore facilities

                  0815    Completed preparations for getting underway, draft: forward 11’8”, aft 11’3”.

                  0820    Underway in accordance with COMFLTRAGRU Op-Order 28-62.

                                       Executive Officer conning, Captain and Navigator on the bridge. Maneuvering to clear the pier.

                  0824    Commenced steering various courses at various speeds conforming to the Pearl Harbor Channel

                  0903    Commenced steering various courses at various speeds running simulated swept channel

                  0904    Secured the special sea and anchor detail, set the mine watch

                  0940    Completed running swept channel, secure the mine watch. Commenced

                                       steering various courses at various speeds conducting Engineering Casualty Control Drills

                  1130    Secured from Engineering Casualty Control Drills.

                  1220    Commenced Engineering Casualty control Drills.

                  1253    Secured Gyro. Steering by magnetic compass.

                  1454    Secured from Engineering Casualty Control Drills.

                  1628    Commenced steering by Gyro Compass

                  1650    Commenced maneuvering on various courses at various speeds while

                                       conducting tactical maneuvering exercises with HMNZS ROYALIST (C-89) and

                                       the USCGC BERING STRAIT (WAVP-382). OCE is HMNZS ROYALIST (C-89)

                  1800    Conducted tactical maneuvering drills

                  1835    Secured from tactical maneuvering drill.

                  1911    Stopped both shafts momentarily and dropped No.s 2 and 4 main engines off the line.

                                       Resumed speed 8 knots.

                  1913    C/s 10 knots.

7-10-62     0000    Underway independently in local exercise area A-1 off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

                                       in accordance with COMFLTRAGRU Pearl OP-ORD 28-62.

                                       Base course is 0900, speed 10 kts. No. 1 and 3 main engines

                                       are on the line. The electrical load is split between No. 1 and 3 s/s generators.

                                       Material condition YOKE and condition of readiness IV are set.

                  0420    Stopped both shafts momentarily and placed No. 2 and 4 main engines on the line.

                  0528    Commenced steering various courses at various speeds entering Pearl Harbor Channel

                                       to pick up observers.

                  0546    Stationed the special sea and anchor detail

                  0614    Entered inland waters

                  0622    Entered Pearl Harbor Channel, commenced steering various courses at

                                       various speeds conforming to Pearl Harbor Channel

                  0634    Placed motor whaleboat in water to pick up observers from berth Alfa five.

                  0641    Maneuvered the ship to turn around in Pearl Harbor Channel

                  0704    Embarked observers, motor whaleboat out of water, on Davits.

                  0705    Steering various courses at various speeds conforming to Pearl Harbor Channel

                  0720    Cleared Pearl Harbor Channel, set course 1530PGC., speed 15 Kts. Secured

                                       the special sea and anchor detail. Set condition IV

                  0726    C/s 17 kts. Entered international waters

                  0850    Sent the crew to General Quarters

                  0857    Set material condition ZEBRA

                  0916    C/c 1000. Commenced exercise Z-1-G, AA Surprise Attack

                  0941    Commenced firing. The ship is maneuvering on various courses at various

                                       speeds while conducting exercise

                  1014    Ceased firing having expended 96 rounds of 3”/50 Cal. VT non-frag with no casualties.

                                       Secured from exercise.

                  1034    Set condition YOKE

                  1040    Secured from General Quarters.

                  1225    Secured from Target Acquisition Exercise.

                  1605    Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds joining up with the

                                       HMNZS ROYALIST (C-89) and USS ELKHORN (AOG-7) for tactical maneuvering drills

                  1644    Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds conducting tactical maneuvering drills

                  1827    Secured from tactical maneuvering drills

                  1832    All engines stop. Took number 2 and 4 main engines off the line

                  1833    All engines ahead one third (1/3), indicating turns for eight (8) knots.

7-11-62     0000    Underway independently in Pearl Harbor Operating area A-1 in accordance with

                                       COMFLTRAGRU Pearl Op-Order 28-62. Material condition YOKE and

                                       condition of readiness IV are set. No. 1 and 3 main engines are on the line.

                                       The electrical load is split between number 1 and 3 s/s generator.

                  0455    Stopped both shafts momentarily and placed No. 2 and 4 main engines on the line.

                  0610    Stationed the special sea and anchor detail. OOD conning, Captain and Navigator are on the bridge.

                  0627    Commenced steering various courses at various speeds entering the Pearl Harbor Channel.

                  0632    Entered inland waters

                  0643    Commenced steering various courses at various speeds conforming to the Pearl Harbor Channel

                  0653    Stopped, and placed the motor whaleboat in the water to pick up observers at berth Alfa five

                  0655    Maneuvering to reverse course in Pearl Harbor Channel

                  0710    Took motor whaleboat on board with COMFLTRAGRU observers embarked

                  0711    Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds conforming to the Pearl Harbor Channel.

                  0728    Cleared Pearl Harbor Channel, secured the special sea and anchor detail, set condition three.

                  0732    Entered international waters.

                  0921    Secured No. 1 s/s generator. Split the electrical load between No. 2 and 3 s/s generator

                  1220    Set the special sea and anchor detail. Captain and Navigator are on the bridge. OOD conning

                  1244    Entered inland waters

                  1247    Commenced steering various courses at various speeds, proceeding to anchorage 11, South Honolulu.

                  1259    Stopped all engines

                  1302    Simulated anchoring at anchorage 11, South Honolulu

                  1308    Maneuvered free of anchorage. Captain conning

                  1313    Entered international waters

                  1404    Entered inland waters. Commenced steering various courses at various speeds

                                       proceeding to anchorage 11, South Honolulu.

                  1410    Stopped all engines, simulated anchoring at anchorage 11, South Honolulu.

                  1419    Set base course 210, speed 10 kts

                  1422    C/s 12 kts. Secured the special sea and anchor detail

                  1430    Conducted man overboard drill, commenced steering various courses at various speeds

                                       to effect recovery of dummy

                  1441    Secured from drill. Resume steering base course, speed 12 kts.

                  1446    Conducted man overboard drill, commenced maneuvering on various courses at various speeds

                                       to recover dummy

                  1453    Secured from drill, set base course 110, speed 12 kts.

                  1513    Commenced piloting, using magnetic compass exercise Z-1-N.

                  1553    C/c 310. Commenced making preparations for entering port

                  1554    Set the special sea and anchor detail.

                  1556    Tested back down bell. Test satisfactory

                  1600    Underway as before at various speeds and courses entering Pearl Harbor

                  1648    Moored portside to berth M-2 with standard mooring lines doubled.

                                       Receiving fresh water and telephone services from pier.

                  1919    YTB-496 (USS CHAHAO) came along side, starboard quarter, walked lines

                                       down the pier approximately 40 feet.

                  1943    YTB-496 (USS CHAHAO) departed

                  1946    All lines doubled up

7-12-62     0715    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None

                  0820    Commenced holding Damage Control 3 Drills.

                  0917    In accordance with BUPERS ORDERS 152078 ENS T.F. LEFTHANDEDROPE

                                       reported on board for duty.

                  1040    Secured from Damage Control 3 Drills

                  1200    Commenced Communication evaluation exercises. Tested magazine

                                       sprinkler system. Test satisfactory, Condition normal

                  1615    Set 1AA General Quarters

                  1645    Secured from 1AA General Quarters

7-13-62     0630    Commenced preparations for getting underway. Set condition YOKE throughout the ship.

                                       Mustered the crew on stations; no absentees

                  0645    Stationed the special sea and anchor detail

                  0710    Completed preparations for getting underway, draft: forward 11’4”, aft 10’3”.

                  0732    Underway in accordance with COMFLTRAGRU OP-ORDER 28-62.

                                       Maneuvering to clear the pier, OOD conning, Captain and Navigator on the bridge.

                  0750    Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds conforming to the Pearl Harbor Channel

                  0822    Cleared Pearl Harbor Channel: commenced final battle problem of refresher training.

                                       Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds running simulated swept channel

                                       and conducting battle problem

                  0900    Exercised the crew at 1AA General Quarters

                  0903    Set condition “Z” throughout the ship

                  0919    Shifted to 1AS General Quarters

                  0938    Shifted to 1AA General Quarters

                  1022    Secured from battle problem; set condition YOKE throughout the ship.

                  1039    Tested backing bell; test satisfactory

                  1048    Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds entering Pearl Harbor Channel

                  1056    Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds conforming to Pearl Harbor Channel

                  1131    Maneuvering to come alongside the pier

                  1136    Moored starboard side to pier Bravo, berth 23.5, U.S. Naval Station, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

                                       with standard mooring lines.

                  1146    Secured the special sea and anchor detail, set the regular in-port watch

                  1531    Shifted from ship’s power to shore power. Secured #2 Ship’s service generator

                  2114    Lost electrical load from the pier

                  2123    Placed #2 s/s generator on the line.

                  2128    Shifted ship’s power to shore power, secured #2 s/s generator.

7-14-62     0745    Mustered the crew on station: Absentees: None

                  0750    Commenced taking fuel from YOG-78. Draft forward 11’3”, aft 11’0”

                  0835    Fueling completed, draft forward 11’6”, aft 10’8”.

                  0842    The USS LANSING (DER-388) has been relieved from ready duty by USS NEWELL (DER-322).

                  1158    Lost shore power, placed #2 s/s generator on the line.

                  1330    Shore power restored, secured #2 s/s generator

                  1430    LEEWAY, D.V., FA, was delivered on board by the base Police, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii,

                                       accused of molesting a female juvenile. By order of the Command Duty Officer, LEEWAY

                                       was restricted to the limits of the ship pending disposition of charges

7-15-62     0800    Mustered the crew on stations: Absentees: None

7-16-62     0745    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None

                  0800    The Commanding Officer held mast and the following Non-Judicial punishment was awarded as follows:

                                       PADRE, A.S., ENFA, Summary Courts Martial;

                                       ROUSEIN, H.I., EN2, Reduction in rate to EN3;

                                       MARLINSPIKE, P.I., SM3, six months suspension of reduction of rate to SMSN;

                                       LEEWARD, D.A., CS2, six months suspension of reduction of rate to CS3

                  1600    Pursuant to orders of the Commanding Officer, one petty officer, BM3, left

                                       the ship to report to Senior Shore Patrol Officer, Bldg 150, U.S. Naval Station,

                                       Pearl Harbor, Hawaii for Temporary Duty.

7-17-62     0745    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None

                  1110    Made routine inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples. Conditions normal\

7-18-62     0745    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: SEALADDER, R.L., EN3

                  0819    Diving party from the USS SAFEGUARD (ARS-25) reported aboard to

                                       conduct inspection of the underwater hull and sonar dome.

                                       Commenced inspection of underwater hull and sonar dome

                  0855    SEALADDER, R.L., EN3, returned on board having been AWOL since 0730 this date

                  1005    Completed inspection of underwater hull and sonar dome.

                  1108    The Summary Court Martial opened at 1027 in the case of

                                       NOTHINGTOLEFT, C.O., TA, and adjourned at 1108 to await action of convening authority.

                  2333    One petty officer, SOG3, returned aboard having completed TAD with

                                       Senior Shore Patrol Officer. U.S. Naval Station, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

                                       as shore patrol detail and resumed his regular duties.

7-19-62     1126    Commander Escort Squadron 5 arrived on board for visit with Captain.

                  1150    Commander Destroyer Flotilla 5 arrived on board for visit with Captain.

                  1303    Commander Destroyer Flotilla 5 departed.

                  1306    Commander Escort Squadron 5 departed

                  1442    MANHOLE, O.H., ENFN, returned aboard having been AWOL since 0730 9 July 1962

                  1643    HMNZS ROYALIST (C-89) stood into the harbor

                  1808    Pursuant to orders of the Commanding Officer, one petty officer, RD3, left

                                       the ship to report to the Senior Shore Patrol Officer, Bldg. 150, U.S.

                                       Naval Station, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii for temporary duty.

7-20-62     0745    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None

                  1120    Held Captain’s mast. Awarded the following non-judicial punishment:

                                       LEEWAY, D.V., FA, for violation of Article 134, UCMJ, two weeks extra duty,

                                       LINE, E.Q., RD3, violation of Article 91, UCMJ, reduction on rate suspended for six months.

                  1330    Mustered the crew on the pier for Captain’s inspection of personnel

                  1347    Secured from inspection.

                  1350    Commenced Captain’s inspection of berthing and messing spaces

                  1443    Secured from missing and berthing inspection

                  1420    The Summary Court Martial, opened in the case of PADRE, A.S., ENFA

                  1500    The Summary Court Martial in the case of PADRE, A.S., ENFA, adjourned

                                       to await the action of the convening authority

                  1530    PADRE, A.S., ENFA, was convicted on this date (20 July 1962) by

                                       Summary Court Martial of a charge of Violation of Article 91, UCMJ,

                                       Disrespectful language toward a non-commissioner officer, and

                                       violation of Article 115, UCMJ, Intentionally injure himself.

                                       Sentence: To be confined for thirty (30) days. The designated place of

                                       confinement is: U.S. Naval Station Brig, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.

7-21-62     0745    Mustered the crew on station. Absentees: OUTOFTRIM, S.C., SN, AWOL

                                       since 0730 this date.

                  1325    USS FINCH (DER-328) underway from alongside.

                  1335    USS FINCH (DER-328) standing out of the harbor.

7-22-62     0800    Mustered the crew on station. Absentees: LUBBERSLINE, V.B., SN.

                  1700    Made safety inspection of all communications and radar antennas, conditions satisfactory.

                  2000    Lit off ship’s master gyro. Ships head 1210.

                  2305    LUBBERSLINE, V.B., SN, returned aboard having been AWOL since 0800 this date.

7-23-62     0000    Moored starboard side to berth Bravo 23, U.S. Naval Station, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii with

                                       six standard mooring lines doubled.

                  0550    Shifted the electrical load from shore power to #2 s/s generator

                  0745    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None

                  0800    Commenced preparations for getting underway. Set material condition YOKE.

                  0820    Stationed the special sea and anchor detail

                  0855    Completed preparations for getting underway, draft forward 11’7”, aft 10’8”

                  0905    Underway for U.S. Naval Ammunition Depot, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.

                  0907    Maneuvering to clear the pier, OOD conning, Captain and Navigator are on the bridge

                  0917    Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds conforming to Pearl Harbor and West Loch Channels.

                  0939    Maneuvering to come alongside berth W-1

                  0955    Moored berth W-1, U.S. Naval Ammunition Deport, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.

                  1016    Commenced loading ammunition

                  1058    Completed loading ammunition having received from U.S. Naval Ammunition Depot,

                                       Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 6 pistol depth charges, MK#6, 100 rounds non-frag.,

                                       100 grenades, MK 3A2, 6 case depth charges MK. 7 Mod 4,

                                       160 rounds 3”/50 caliber VT frag, flashless, 70 rounds #3”/50 caliber flashless

                  1100    Set the special sea and anchor detail

                  1110    Completed preparations for getting underway, draft forward 11’1”, aft 11’2”

                  1115    Maneuvering to clear the pier, OOD conning, Captain and Navigator are on the bridge

                  1116    Underway in accordance with COMDESFLOT V MOVORD 25-62 and

                                       COMBARPAC OP-ORDER 201-60

                  1121    Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds conforming with West Loch and

                                       Pearl Harbor Channels

                  1148    Cleared Pearl Harbor Channel, set course 1570PGC, speed 16 Kts. Secured

                                       the special sea and anchor detail, set condition IV

                  1154    Entered international waters

                  1157    C/c 2650PGC

                  1158    C/s 17 kts.

                  1201    C/s 17.5 kts

                  1210    C/s 16 kts

                  1212    C/c 260

                  1218    C/c 265

                  1219    C/s 17 Kts.

                  1229    C/c 274

                  1230    C/c 310. c/s 17.5 Kts.

                  1420    Departed from Island of Oahu, Hawaii and set course and speed for Pacific

                                       NAVAID/SAR Station “AO” in accordance with COMBARPAC OP-

                                       ORDER 201-60 and COMDESFLOT FIVE MESSAGE.

                  1502    C/c 327

                  1520    Sighted Island of Kauai, Hawaii bearing 305, range 45 miles

                  1805    Lube oil leak reported in governor of #3 main engine. C/s 15 kts.

                                       Commenced slowing to take #3 main engine off the line

                  1810    C/s 12 Kts

                  1813    Slowed the port shaft and dropped #3 main engine off the line

                  1829    C/s 11 kts

                  1831    C/s 8 kts. Slowed to place #3 main engine on the line, repairs to governor completed

                  1833    Stopped the port shaft. Placed #3 main engine on the line

                  1835    C/s 10 kts

                  1841    C/s 15 kts

                  1847    C/s 17.5 kts

                  1852    C/c 3330PGC

                  2015    Aircraft identified as P2V made a low pass on the port beam and turned his

                                       searchlight on to identify this ship. Aircraft made several passes and

                                       communication was established by flashing light and by radio.

                                       Aircraft advised that we were in a rocket firing danger zone and recommended course 0900

                  2055    C/c 0900T

                  2110    Aircraft faded from radar bearing 0920T, distance 35,000 yards. Designated as Skunk “D”

                  2127    Port engine ahead standard due to governor trouble on #4 main engine

                  2128    Skunk “D” course determined to be 3530T, speed 15 knots

                  2129    Skunk “D” held visually

                  2153    Skunk “D” at CPA bearing 0510T, distance 16,200 yards

                  2208    Port engine ahead full

                  2210    Skunk “D” no longer held visually

                  2302    C/c 0000T.

7-24-62     0000    Underway independently on base course 0000T, speed 17.5 kts, enroute to

                                       Pacific NAVAID/SAR Station “AO” in accordance with

                                       COMBARPAC OP-ORDER 201-60 and COMDESFLOT FIVE

                                       MOVORD 25-62. Material condition YOKE and condition of

                                       readiness IV are set. No. 1,2,3 and 4 main engines are on the line.

                                       The electrical load is split between no. 1 and 3 s/s generators.

                  0430    C/c 330

                  2336    Sonar contact bearing 2250T distance 2100 yds evaluated possible submarine.

                                       Commenced steering various courses to main Sonar contact 1500-2500 yds distance.

                  2345    Contact appears to be moving in a circle with radius of 125 yds and plots DIW frequently.

                                       Contacts movement is in same direction as ship.

7-25-62     0000    Underway on various courses at speed 17.5 kts to maintain Sonar contact on

                                       possible submarine. All four main engines are on the line. The Ship’s

                                       electrical load is split between No. 1 and 3 s/s generators. Material

                                       condition YOKE is set throughout the ship, and condition of readiness IV

                  0010    Commenced sounding fog signals due to reduction in visibility because of rain

                  0015    Contact reported in accordance with COMASWFORPAC Instructions

                  0016    Ceased sounding fog signals

                  0132    Commenced speed reduction to determine effect on Sonar contacts track

                  0314    Sonar contact evaluated as submerged peak on the basis of fathometer traces and so reported

                  0315    Commenced increasing speed

                  0322    Steering course 3300T. All engines ahead full, 315 RPM for 17.5 knots.

                                       Enroute NAVAID/SAR Station “AO” in accordance with

                                       COMBARPAC OP-ORD 201-60 and COMDESFLOT FIVE MOVORD 25-62.

7-26-62     0000    Underway independently enroute to Pacific NAVAID/SAR Station “AO” in accordance with

                                       COMBARPAC OP-ORD 201-60 and COMDESFLOT FIVE MOVORD 25-62.

                                       Material condition YOKE and condition of readiness IV are set. No. 1,2,3 and 4 main engines

                                       are on the line. The electrical load is split between No. 1 and 3 s/s generators.

                                       Base course is 3300T, base speed 17.5 kts.

                  0918    Obtained unidentified radar surface contact bearing 009, range 26,000 yards

                  0925    Sighted contact visually bearing 013, range 25,000 yards. Contact determined to be on course 185,

                                       speed 13 kts

                  0935    Contact changed course to 135

                  0930    Contact at CPA bearing 076, range 7 miles.

                  0949    Unable to establish communication or exchange call signs via flashing light

                  1008    Lost visual sight of contact bearing 115, range 14 miles

                  1058    Contact faded from radar scope bearing 135, range 20 miles

                  1302    Exercised the crew at 1AS General Quarters

                  1309    Set condition ZEBRA throughout the ship

                  1349    Set material condition YOKE throughout the ship

                  1351    Secured from 1AS General Quarters

                  2105    Obtained unidentified radar surface contact bearing 245, range 15 miles.

                  2115    Sighted contact visually bearing 245, range 14 miles. Contact determined to be on course 090,

                                       speed 10 kts.

                  2132    Contact at CPA bearing 220, range 12.5 miles

                  2146    Lost visual sight of contact bearing 200, range 15.5 miles

                  2226    Contact faded from radar scope bearing 169, range 22.5 miles

7-27-62     0000    Underway independently from Pearl Harbor, Hawaii to NAVAID/SAR Station “AO”

                                       in accordance with COMBARPAC OP-ORD 201-60 and

                                       COMDESFLOT FIVE MOVORD 25-62. Material condition YOKE

                                       and condition of readiness IV are set. No. 1,2,3 and 4 main engines are on the line.

                                       The electrical load is split between number 1 and 3 s/s generators.

                                       Base course 3320, base speed 17.5 kts.

                  1236    Obtained an unidentified radar surface contact bearing 002, range 18 miles

                  1240    Contact identified as the USS VANCE (DER-387), determined to be on course 187, speed 8 kts.

                  1250    USS VANCE (DER-387) at CPA bearing 075, range 14 miles

                  1315    Arrived on NAVAID/SAR (Pacific) Station “AO”. C/s 16 kts.

                  1330    USS VANCE (DER-387) faded from radar scope bearing 098, range 16 miles

                  1345    C/s 12 kts

                  1349    C/s 11 kts

                  1350    C/s 10 kts

                  1400    C/s 9 kts

                  1404    C/s 8 kts

                  1410    Stopped the port shaft. Placed no. 3 main engine in 15 minute standby and

                                       No. 2 main engine in 30 minute standby

                  1415    Took No. 2 main engine off the line and placed in 15 minute standby

                  1454    Stopped all engines. Commenced lying to.

                  1836    Shifted the electrical load to No. 3 s/s generator

                  1842    Shifted the electrical load to No. 1 s/s generator.

7-28-62     0000    Underway independently patrolling Pacific NAVAID/SAR Station “AO” in

                                       accordance with COMBARPAC OP-ORD 201-60 and

                                       COMDESFLOT FIVE MOVORD 25-62. This ship is underway with

                                       no way on. No. 2 and 4 main engines are in 30 minute standby, no. 2

                                       is in 5 minute standby and No. 1 main engine is out of commission.

                                       The electrical loss is on No. 1 s/s generator. Material condition YOKE

                                       and condition of readiness IV are set. The ship is riding comfortably

                                       in one foot seas from 1300..

                  1115    The Commanding Officer held mast and imposed non-judicial punishment as follows:

                                       MARK, C.U., AGAN, Offense: Violation of Art. 91 & 92, UCMJ.

                                       Awarded: fourteen (14) hours extra duty.

                                       MANHOLE, O.H., FN, Offense: Violation of Art. 86, UCMJ,

                                       Awarded: fourteen (14) hours extra duty.

                                       OUTOFTRIM, S.C., SN, Offense: Violation of Art. 86, UCMJ.

                                       Awarded: fourteen (14) hours extra duty.

                                       LUBBERSLINE, V.B., SN, Offense: Violation of Art. 86, UCMJ,

                                       Awarded: Two (2) weeks extra duty and reduction in rate to Seaman Apprentice

                  2030    Shifted the electrical load to No. 3 s/s generator. Secured No. 2 s/s generator.

7-29-62     0000    Underway independently with no way on patrolling Pacific NAVAID/SAR Station “AO”

                                       in accordance with COMBARPAC OP-ORD 201-60 and

                                       COMDESFLOTFIVE MOVORD 25-62. Material condition YOKE

                                       and condition of readiness IV are set throughout the ship. Number 3

                                       main engine is in 15 minute standby, with number 2 and 4 main

                                       engines in 30 minute standby. The electrical load is on No. 3 s/s

                                       generator. The ship is riding comfortably in calm seas on a heading of 2940PGC.

                  0730    Commenced warming up No. 2 main engine

                  0801    Placed No. 2 main engine on the line, at 8 kts. Set course 234.

                  0935    No. 3 s/s generator developed trouble and is unable to maintain the electrical load.

                                       Shifted the electrical load to No. 2 s/s generator

                  1610    All engines stop. Commenced lying to

                  1635    Placed No. 2 main engine in 5 minute standby

                  1655    Secured from small arms firing practice. Expended 210 rounds of 45 caliber, with no casualties.

                  2059    Shifted the electrical load from No. 2 s/s generator to No. 3 s/s generator

                  2218    No. 3 s/s generator acting sluggish, shifted the load to No. 2 s/s generator

7-30-62     0000    Underway independently, with no way on, patrolling NAVAID/SARStation Alfa Oscar

                                       in accordance with COMBARPAC OP-ORD 201-60.

                                       Material condition YOKE and condition of readiness IV are set.

                                       Number 2 & 3 main engines are in fifteen (15) minute standby.

                                       Number 1 and 4 main engines are in thirty (30) minute standby.

                                       The electrical load is on number 2 s/s generator. The ship is riding

                                       comfortably in calm seas on a heading of 3280PGC.

                  0702    Visibility decreased to ½ mile due to fog. Commenced sounding fog signals

                  0818    Ceased fog signals, visibility increased to five miles

                  0820    Placed No. 2 main engine in immediate standby

                  0828    Placed N. 2 main engine in 5 minute standby

                  0905    Shifted the electrical load aft to emergency generator.

                  1029    Shifted the electrical load aft to No. 2 s/s generator

                  1038    Visibility decreased to ½ mile. Commenced sounding fog signals in

                                       accordance with the international rules of the road

                  1117    Visibility increased to 5 miles. Ceased fog signals

                  1213    Ceased sounding fog signals: visibility increased to 6 miles

                  1312    Visibility decreased to 2 miles. Commenced sounding fog signals

                  1345    Shifted the electrical load from No. 2 to No. 2 s/s generator

                  1402    S/E ahead 1/3, making turns for 8 knots on No. 2 main engine, on course 2300PGC

                  1755    C/s 0 kts. Stopped No. 2 main engine and placed it in five minute standby.

                  1801    Put No. 2 main engine on the line. Started the starboard shaft. Set course 2400, speed 8 kts

                  1813    C/c 0 kts. Stopped the starboard shaft. Commenced lying to. Placed No. 2

                                       main engine in five (5) minute standby.

7-31-62     0000    Underway independently, patrolling NAVAID/SAR Station “AO” in accordance with

                                       COMBARPAC OP-ORD 201-60. Material condition

                                       YOKE and condition of readiness IV are set throughout the ship. No.

                                       2 main engine is in 5 minute standby, No. 3 main engine is in 15

                                       minute standby, No. 1 and 4 main engines are in 30 minute standby.

                                       The electrical load is on No. 3 s/s generator. The ship is riding

                                       comfortably in light seas. Visibility is reduced slightly by haze.

                  0148    Visibility reduced to one half mile: Commenced sounding fog signals in accordance with

                                       the international rules of the road.

                  0534    Visibility increased to four miles. Ceased sounding fog signals

                  0552    Visibility decreased to ½ mile due to fog. Commenced sounding fog signals

                                       in accordance with the international rules of the road.

                  0611    Main steam stop gasket for No. 2 auxiliary boiler blew out causing forward

                                       auxiliary machinery room to fill with saturated steam. Secured the

                                       electrical power forward and evacuated the space

                  0634    Remanned the space. Restored all electrical power and miscellaneous

                                       services throughout the ship. Investigation revealed no casualties.

                  1036    Visibility increased to 3 miles. Ceased sounding fog signals

                  1235    Put No. 2 main engine on the line

                  1239    Set course 2450, speed 8 kts.

                  1927    Put No. 3 main engine on the line.

                  1930    Port engine ahead 1/3. Starboard engine ahead 2/3, c/c 0400PGC

                  1933    A/E/A 1/3.

                  1934    S/E/A 2/3.

                  1936    S/E/A 1/3, steady course 0400PGC

                  2037    Stopped port shaft to take No. 3 main engine off the line, and place it in

                                       immediate standby.

                  2221    Placed No. 3 main engine on the line at 1/3 speed.

                  2330    Stopped No. 3 main engine and placed it in immediate standby

                  2334    C/c 235. The ship is rolling moderately in 15 foot seas from 2100. Winds are at 30 kts from 2100.

                                       Atmosphere is cloudy and dark. Barometer is rising slowly.

8-1-62       0000    Underway independently in accordance with COMBARPAC OP-ORD 201-60 patrolling

                                       NAVAID/SAR Station “AO”. Material condition YOKE is set and condition of readiness IV is set.

                                       Number 2 main engine is on the line with No. 3 main engine in immediate standby.

                                       No. 1 and 4 main engines are in 15 minute standby.

                                       The electrical load is split between number 1 and 3 s/s generators.

                                       Base course 2350, base speed 8 kts

                  0214    Visibility decreased to ¼ mile due to fog and rain. Commenced sounding fog signals

                                       in accordance with the International Rules of the Road.

                  0254    Visibility increased to 5 miles. Ceased sounding fog signals.

                  0749    Placed No. 3 main engine in 5 minute standby.

                  0842    Stopped the starboard shaft momentarily due to low lube oil pressure in reduction gear.

                  0844    Casualty to starboard shaft corrected, c/s 10 kts

                  0930    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples:

                           conditions normal. Topside magazines not inspected due to rough weather.

      1450    Shifted the electrical load from No. 1 to No. 2 s/s generator

      1455    Placed No. 3 main engine on the line at 8 kts. Stopped the starboard shaft.

                           Placed No. 2 main engine in five minute standby

                  1624    Visibility decreased to ½ mile. Commenced sounding fog signals in accordance with

                                       the International Rules of the Road.

                  1726    Visibility increased to 3 miles. Ceased sounding fog signals

                  1804    Visibility decreased to ½ mile due to fog and rain. Commenced sounding fog signals

                                       in accordance with the International Rules of the Road

                  1827    Visibility increased to 5 miles. Ceased sounding fog signals

                  2110    Visibility reduced to ½ mile. Commenced sounding fog signals in accordance with

                                       the International Rules of the Road

                  2159    Visibility increased to 4 miles. Ceased sounding fog signals

                  2225    Obtained racket bearing 2350T.

                  2240    Fingerprints of racket taken. Evaluated as possible fire control radar

                  2310    Visibility decreased to ½ mile. Commenced sounding fog signals in accordance with

                                       the International Rules of the Road

                  2310    Made 3600 turn to evaluate bearing of racket.

8-2-62       0000    Underway independently in accordance with COMBARPAC OP-ORD 201-60,

                                       patrolling NAVAID/SAR Station “AO”. Material condition YOKE is set and

                                       condition of readiness IV is set, throughout the ship.

                                       Steering course 2200PGC, speed 8 kts. No. 2 main engine is in 5 minute standby,

                                       No’s 1 and 4 main engines are in 30 minute standby.

                                       No. 3 main engine is on the port shaft. The electrical load is on number 2 s/s generator.

                                       Sounding fog signals in accordance with the International Rules of the Road. Visibility one (1) mile.

                  0230    C/c 1800PGC to launch weather balloon

                  0231    C/c 1700PGC

                  0232    Weather balloon away. Returned to course 2200PGC

                  0334    Visibility increased to 5 miles. Ceased sounding fog signals.

                  0640    Placed No. 2 main engine on the line at 8 kts

                  0653    C/s 10 kts

                  0845    Stopped the starboard shaft. Placed No. 2 main engine in immediate standby.

                                       Sounded fog signals intermittently throughout the watch due to rain and fog

                  1201    Visibility decreased to one (1) mile. Commenced sounding fog signals

                  1227    Visibility increased to 4 miles. Ceased sounding fog signals

                  1509    Visibility decreased to one (1) mile. Commenced sounding fog signals.

                  1520    Visibility increased to 3 miles. Ceased sounding fog signals.

                  1627    Visibility increased to 5 miles. Ceased sounding fog signals

                  1703    Visibility reduced to ½ mile. Commenced sounding fog signals in accordance with

                                       the International Rules of the Road

                  2221    Visibility decreased to one (1) mile. Commenced sounding fog signals

                  2325    Visibility increased to 3 miles. Ceased sounding fog signals

                  2327    Radar contact bearing 2730T, range 8 miles

                  2340    Visibility decreased to one (1) mile. Commenced sounding fog signals

                  2358    Visibility increased to 4 miles. Ceased sounding fog signals. Radar contact evaluated to be a cloud.

8-3-62       0000    Underway independently patrolling NAVAID/SAR Station “AO” in accordance with

                                       COMBARPAC OP-ORDER 201-60.

                                       Material condition YOKE and condition of Readiness IV are set.

                                       No. 3 main engine is on the line with No. 2 in five minutes standby. No’s 1 and 4

                                       main engines are in 15 minute standby.

                                       The electrical load is on No. 2 s/s generator. Base course 2000, base speed 8 kts.

                  0247    Visibility decreased to ½ mile due to rain and fog, commenced sounding fog signals

                                       in accordance with the International Rules of the Road.

                  0950    All engines stop

                  0955    Lost steerageway. Commenced lying to. Placed No. 3 main engine in 5 minute standby

                  1430    Commenced Captain’s Zone Inspection

                  1604    Secured from Captain’s Zone Inspection

                  2021    Visibility decreased to ½ mile. Commenced sounding fog signals in accordance with

                                       the International Rules of the Road

8-4-62       0000    Underway independently patrolling NAVAID/SAR Station “AO” in

                                       accordance with COMBARPAC OP-ORDER 201-60.

                                       Material condition YOKE and condition of Readiness IV are set.

                                       The ship is lying to with No. 2 and 3 main engines in five minute standby and No.

                                       1 and 4 main engines in 15 minute standby.

                                       The electrical load is on number 2 s/s generator. Visibility is less than 1000 yards. Sounding

                                       fog signals in accordance with the International Rules of the Road.

                                       The ship is rolling moderately in four (4) foot seas from 1800.

                  0547    Visibility increased to 2½ miles. Ceased sounding fog signals.

                  0709    Visibility decreased to ½ mile. Commenced sounding fog signals

                  1103    Visibility increased to 3 miles. Ceased sounding fog signals

                  1212    Visibility decreased to ½ mile by fog. Commenced sounding fog signals in accordance with

                                       the International Rules of the Road.

                  1349    Ceased sounding fog signals

                  1352    Placed No. 2 main engine on the line, c/s 8 kts on the starboard shaft, set course 1700PGC

                  1416    C/c 1400PGC for balloon launch

                  1419    C/c 1700PGC.

                  2053    Put No. 3 Main engine on the line. Started the port shaft.

                  2101    Stopped the starboard shaft. Placed No. 2 main engine in five minute standby

                  2215    Visibility decreased to 100 feet due to fog. Commenced sounding fog signals in accordance with

                                       the International Rules of the Road

8-5-62       0000    Underway independently patrolling NAVAID/SAR Station “AO” in accordance with

                                       COMBARPAC OP-ORDER 201-60.

                                       The ship is on base course 0100PGC, speed 8 kts, P/E/A 1/3 138 RPM.

                                       Material condition YOKE and condition of Readiness IV are set throughout the ship.

                                       No. 3 main engine is on the line. No. 2 main engine is in 5

                                       minute standby. No. 1 and 4 main engines are in 15 minute standby.

                                       The electrical load is on No. 2 s/s generator.

                                       The ship is engulfed in dense fog. Sounding fog signals in accordance with the International

                                       Rules of the Road.

                  0534    Stopped the port shaft. Commenced lying to on a heading of 1100PGC

                  0558    Placed No. 3 main engine in five minute standby

                  0745    Placed No. 3 main engine on the line, at speed 8 kts. Set base course 2300PGC.

8-6-62       0000    Underway independently patrolling NAVAID/SAR Station “AO” in

                                       accordance with COMBARPAC OP-ORDER 201-60.

                                       Material condition YOKE and condition of Readiness IV are set. No. 3 main

                                       engine is on the line, No. 2 main engine is in five minute standby, and

                                       No. 1 and 4 main engines are in fifteen minute standby.

                                       Base course is 015, speed 8 kts. The electrical load is on No. 2 s/s generator.

                                       Visibility is less than 100 yds due to fog. Sounding fog signals in

                                       accordance with the International Rules of the Road.

                  1016    Shifted the electrical load from No. 2 to No. 1 s/s generator.

                  1228    Stopped the port shaft and commenced lying to

                  1236    Placed No. 3 main engine in 5 minute standby

                  1401    Visibility increased to 5 miles. Ceased sounding fog signals

                  1925    Visibility decreased to 1/5 mile. Commenced sounding fog signals

                  2213    Visibility increased to six miles. Ceased sounding fog signals.

8-7-62       0000    Underway independently patrolling NAVAID/SAR Station “AO” in

                                       accordance with COMBARPAC OP-ORDER 201-60.

                                       Material condition YOKE and condition of Readiness IV are set throughout the ship.

                                       The ship is lying to on a heading of 3100PGC. Riding comfortably in light swells from the south.

                                       Visibility is reduced to 500 yds. by heavy fog. No. 2 and 3 main engines are in five minute

                                       standby, No. 1 and 4 main engines are in 15 minute standby.

                                       The electrical load is on No. 1 s/s generator. The ship is sounding fog

                                       signals in accordance with the International Rules of the Road.

                  0646    Visibility increased to two (2) miles. Ceased sounding fog signals

                  1414    Visibility increased to 6 miles. Ceased sounding fog signals

                  1434    Visibility decreased to ½ mile due to fog. Commenced sounding fog signals

                                       in accordance with the International Rules of the Road.

                  1524    Placed No. 2 and 4 main engines on the line. Split the electrical load

                                       between No. 1 and 4 s/s generators. Set course 2500, speed 8 kts

                  1535    Ceased sounding fog signals

                  1546    Stopped all engines. Commenced lying to

                  1552    Shifted the electrical load to No. 1 s/s generator.

                  2219    Placed No. 1 main engine on the line at 8 kts. Set base course 2300.

                  2221    Visibility increased to 4 miles. Ceased sounding fog signals

                  2226    Lost the electrical load due to low lube oil pressure on No. 1 s/s generator. Stopped all engines.

                  2227    The electrical load regained by using No. 2 s/s generator

                  2231    Placed No. 1 main engine back on the line at 8 kts. Set course 2000.

                  2301    Obtained unidentified radar surface contact bearing 330, range 13 miles.

                                       Contact determined to be at CPA

                  2306    Contact determined to be on course 0750, speed 18 kts

                  2321    C/c 2300.

                  2322    Contact faded from scope bearing 3500, range 14 miles

                  2331    Visibility decreased to zero. Commenced sounding fog signals in

                                       accordance with the International Rules of the Road.

8-8-01       0000    Underway independently patrolling NAVAID/SAR Station “AO” in

                                       accordance with COMBARPAC OP-ORDER 201-60.

                                       Steaming on base course 2300PGC., speed 8 kts. on No. 1 main engine.

                                       Material condition YOKE and condition of Readiness IV are set throughout the ship.

                                       Visibility is reduced to 100 yds. by heavy fog. Sounding fog signals in accordance with

                                       the International Rules of the Road.

                                       The electrical load is on No. 2 s/s generator. No. 2 and 4 main engines are

                                       in 15 minute standby. No. 3 main engine and number 1 s/s generator

                                       are out of commission for repairs.

                                       The ship is riding comfortably with five foot seas off the starboard bow and

                                       15 kts of wind off the port bow.

                  0107    C/c 2000PGC, to launch weather balloon

                  0110    Returned to base course 2300PGC.

                  0400    Stopped all engines. Commenced lying to.

                  0412    Placed No. 1 main engine in five minute standby

                  0519    Visibility increased to 4 miles. Ceased sounding fog signals

                  0915    Visibility decreased to ½ mile, commenced sounding fog signals in

                                       accordance with the International Rules of the Road

                  1204    Visibility increased to 4 miles. Ceased sound fog signals

                  1440    Shifted the electrical load, placing it on No. 1 and 2 s/s generators, in parallel

                  1520    A/E/A 1/3, 138 RPM for 8 kts. Underway to maneuver for recovery of material to be dropped

                                       from #33 Checkpool Aircraft. No’s 1 and 4 main engines are on the line.

                  1520    Steady on course 2200PGC.

                  1523    C/c 2600PGC, base course for airdrop recovery. The wind is from 2100T, 10 kts

                  1543    #33 Checkpool Aircraft released parachute with buoyant canister attached off the port bow.

                  1544    Commenced maneuvering to recover canister.

                  1550    Recovered canister and parachute on the starboard bow, with A/E stopped.

                                       The contents of the canister were: 2 bearings and 1 gear for the

                                       AN/SPS-10 radar; 1 pulse transformer for the AN/URN-3 tacan

                  1556    Commenced lying to in a calm sea. Placed No. 1 main engine in 5 minute standby.

                                       Placed No. 3 and 4 main engines in 15 minute standby

                  1601    Shifted the electrical load from No. 1 and 2 s/s generator in parallel to No. 2 s/s generator

                  2205    The Combat Watch Officer reported the possibility of the AN/SPS-10 radar

                                       having been radiating during the period while LTJG PULLS, LEESHORE, ETRSN, and

                                       LEE, ETRSA, were working aloft on the radar antenna

                  2237    LTJG PULLS, LEESHORE, ETRSN, and LEE, ETRSA, descended from

                                       the forward mast and reported to sick bay for medical examination.

8-9-62       0000    Underway independently patrolling NAVAID/SAR Station “AO” in

                                       accordance with COMBARPAC OP-ORDER 201-60.

                                       Material condition YOKE and condition of Readiness IV are set. No. 1 main

                                       engine is in five minute standby, and No. 2, 3, and 4 main engines are in fifteen (15) minutes standby

                                       No. 2 s/s generator is carrying the electrical load.

                  0121    Visibility decreased to ½ mile due to fog. Commenced sounding fog signals

                                       in accordance with the International Rules of the Road.

                  0220    Visibility increased to six (6) miles. Ceased sounding fog signals.

                  0710    Visibility decreased to ½ mile due to fog. Commenced sounding fog signals

                                       in accordance with the International Rules of the Road.

                  0745    Mustered the crew at Quarters, absentees: None.

                  0854    Underway on No. 3 main engine to reverse ship’s head to bring the wind

                                       and the seas on the port beam.

                  0900    All engines stop. Commenced lying to

                  1520    Visibility increased to 8 miles, ceased sounding fog signals

                  1540    Underway on no. 1 main engine steering course 240, speed 6 knots.

                  1610    Went to general quarters for practice surface gunnery shoot. Set material condition ZEBRA.

                                       Began maneuvering on various courses to maintain position on practice target

                  1630    Commenced firing to port

                  1703    Shifted the electrical load to No. 1 and 2 s/s generators in split plant

                  1716    Ceased fire

                  1727    Set material condition YOKE

                  1737    Secured from general quarters. Ammunition expended: 82 rounds 3”/50 Caliber VT Frag,

                                       with no casualties

                  1743    Shifted the electrical load to No. 2 s/s generator.

                  1920    C/c 2300.

                  2118    Stopped the port shaft. Commenced lying to

                  2121    Placed No. 3 main engine in five minute standby.

8-10-62     0000    Underway independently patrolling NAVAID/SAR Station “AO” in

                                       accordance with COMBARPAC OP-ORDER 201-60.

                                       Material condition YOKE and condition of Readiness IV are set throughout the ship.

                                       No. 3 and 2 main engines are in 5 minute standby, No. 1 and 4 main engines

                                       are in 15 minute standby. The electrical load is on No. 2 s/s generator.

                                       The ship is lying to, riding comfortably on a heading of 2750T in calm seas.

                                       Visibility is clear, Barometer steady.

                  0513    Visibility decreased to 1/10 of a mile in fog. Commenced sounding for signals.

                  0529    Visibility increased to 4 miles. Ceased sounding fog signals

                  0745    Mustered the crew at Quarters; Absentees: None.

                  1035    Obtained unidentified radar surface contact, bearing 2000, range 16 miles

                  1044    Placed no. 1 main engine on the line at 8 kts., set base course 000.

                  1046    Placed No. 3 main engine on the line at 8 kts

                  1100    Obtained visual sight of contact bearing 2400, range 6 miles

                  1107    C/c 3300

                  1109    C/c 3000

                  1115    C/c 2600. Contact determined to be on course 085, speed 14 kts.

                  1120    C/c 2300

                  1125    C/c 1900

                  1131    C/c 1800

                  1132    C/c 1750.

                  1142    Stopped the port shaft and placed No. 3 main engine in 5 minute standby

                  1153    Surface contact faded visually bearing 1130, range 8 miles

                  1430    Commenced Captain’s Zone Inspection

                  1600    Manned Mt. 31 and Repair #2 to conduct test firing of mount 31.

                              Set material condition ZEBRA forward of frame 59

                  1610    All Stop. Commenced lying to, cancelled test firing of mount 31

                  1612    Secured from Captain’s Inspection of material

                  1634    Set condition YOKE throughout the ship

                  1801    Underway on the starboard shaft (No. 1 main engine) to maneuver to

                                       retrieve a floating object. Assuming various courses and speeds

                  1819    Starboard shaft stop. Commenced lying to. The ship being set 0620T, drift 1.0 kts

                  1830    The ship drifted down on an object to leeward, evaluated to be a fishing float

                  1832    Retrieved fishing float on the starboard beam

                  1845    Placed No. 1 main engine in 5 minute standby

8-11-62     0000    Underway independently, patrolling NAVAID/SAR Station “AO” in

                                       accordance with COMBARPAC OP-ORDER 201-60.

                                       Material condition YOKE and condition of Readiness IV are set throughout the ship.

                                       No. 1 and 4 main engine are in 5 minute standby. No. 2 and 4 main engines are

                                       in 15 minute standby. The electrical load is on No. 2 s/s generator. Underway with no way one

                  0110    Visibility decreased to ½ mile, due to fog. Commenced sounding fog

                                       signals in accordance with the International Rules of the Road

                  0641    Visibility increased to 6 miles, ceased fog signals

                  0800    Placed No. 3 main engine on the line, set base course 2100PGC, speed 8 kts.

                  0903    Split the electrical load between No. 2 and 3 s/s generators.

                  0907    Shifted the forward electrical load to No. 2 s/s generator due to arcing in No. 1 s/s generator

                  0917    Placed No. 1, 2, 3, and 4 main engines on the line at 8 kts

                  1000    Completed repairs to No. 1 s/s generator, placed the electrical load forward on No. 1 s/s generator

                  1022    C/c 1520PGC

                  1025    C/c 2100PGC

                  1102    C/s 10 kts

                  1127    C/s 12 kts

                  1133    C/c 1520PGC

                  1145    Departed NAVAID/SAR Station bearing 1520T, distance 30 miles, enroute to Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.

                  1200    C/s 14 kts. Obtained unidentified radar surface contact, bearing 1660T, range 15 miles

                  1215    Sighted contact bearing 1850T, distance 9 miles. Contact identified as the

                                       USS WILHOITE (DER-397). C/s 15 kts

                  1225    C/s 16 kts

                  1240    C/s 17 kts

                  1257    C/s 17.5 kts

                  1309    USS WILHOITE (DER-397) at CPA bearing 2470T, distance 3.5 miles

                  1343    USS WILHOITE faded bearing 3000T, 20 miles

                  1815    Sighted surface contact bearing 0700T, distance 7 miles. Contact designated skunk “AKA”

                  1827    Lost sight of skunk “AKA” bearing 3400T, distance 7.5 miles. Skunk

                                       “AKA” on course 2700T, speed 15 kts.

                  2253    Entered an area of patchy fog wherein visibility varies intermittently from 5 miles to 1 mile.

                                       Commenced sounding fog signals in accordance with the International Rules of the Road

8-12-62     0000    Underway independently enroute to U.S. Naval Station, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii in accordance with

                                       COMBARPAC OP-ORDER 201-60.

                                       Material condition YOKE and condition of readiness IV are set.

                                       The electrical load is split between No. 1 and 3 s/s generators. No. 1, 2, 3,

                                       and 4 main engines are on the line. Base course is 1520, speed 17.5 kts.

                                       The ship is encountering numerous small patches of fog causing

                                       visibility to be reduced to several hundred yards. Sounding fog signals

                                       in accordance with the international rules of the road

                  1500    Lost the electrical load on No. 1 s/s generator due to casualty to the fuel pump on No. 1 s/s generator.

                  1501    Split the electrical load between No. 2 and 3 s/s generator

                  1726    Sustained casualty to No. 2 main engine. Commenced to slow engines.

                  1739    C/s 14 kts. Took No. 2 main engine off the line

                  1841    Found small water leak on No. 2 main engine, repaired same, and placed No. 2 main engine on the line.

                  1744    C/s 15 kts

                  1745    C/s 16 kts.

                  1801    C/s 17 kts

                  1812    C/s 17.5 kts

                  1817    C/s 18 kts

                  2130    C/c to 149

                  2153    Unidentified surface contact reported bearing 1370 range 24 miles designated skunk “AKA”

                  2220    C/c to 1200

                  2242    Skunk “AKA” at CPA bearing 2040 6.1 miles

                  2250    C/c to 1490

                  2305    Sustained casualty to No. 1 main engine, c/s to 15 kts

                  2315    Casualty to No. 1 main engine restored, waterline repaired. C/s to 10 knots

                  2316    C/s 16 kts

                  2318    C/s 17 knots

                  2322    C/s 17.5 kts

                  2329    C/s 18 kts

                  2345    Skunk “AKA” faded from radar, last bearing 2910, range 25 miles

8-13-62     0000    Underway independently enroute to Naval Station, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii in accordance with

                                       COMBARPAC OP-ORDER 201-60 and COMDESFLOT MOVORD 25-62.

                                       Material condition YOKE and condition of readiness IV are set.

                                       The electrical load is split between No. 2 and 3 s/s generator.

                                       No. 1, 2, 3 and 4 main engines are on the line. Base course 1490, speed 18 kts.

                  1000    Shifted the electrical load to No. 1 and 3 s/s generator. Secured No. 2 s/s generator

                  1600    Set material condition ZEBRA forward of frame 59. Lost the electrical load on No. 1 s/s generator

                                       due to loss of lube oil pressure. Shifted the forward electrical load to No. 2 s/s generator

                  1603    Commenced firing MT 31 to port

                  1606    Ceased fire. Ammunition expended: 10 rounds VT Frag, no casualties

                  1610    Set material condition YOKE forward of frame 59.

                  1654    Radar contact bearing 1160T, range 20 miles., designated skunk “AKA”, on course 0500T, speed 6 kts.

                  1733    Skunk “AKA” at CPA bearing 0730T, range 14¼ miles

                  2055    Shifted the electrical load to No. 1 and 3 s/s generators. Secured No. 2 s/s generator

                  2100    C/c 1280

                  2300    C/c 1510. C/s 17.5 kts.

8-14-62     0000    Underway independently enroute from NAVAID/SAR Station “AO” to

                                       U.S. Naval Station, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii in accordance with

                                       COMBARPAC OP-ORDER 201-60.

                                       Material condition YOKE and condition of readiness IV are set.

                                       The electrical load is split between No. 1 and 3 s/s generator.

                                       No. 1, 2, 3, and 4 main engines are on the line. Base course is 1510T, speed 17.5 kts.

                                       The seas are clam, visibility clear, and the barometer is falling slowly.

                  0800    C/c 148. C/s 17 kts.

                  1010    The Commanding Officer held mast and imposed Non-Judicial punishment as follows:

                                       LEAVE, S.P., SN, offense: Violation of UCMJ, Article 91, Disrespect to

                                       a non-commissioned officer.

                                       Punishment: extra duty for (2) two hours per day for a period of seven (7) days.

                  1650    Landfall made on the Island of Kauai, bearing 1750T, range 80 miles.

                  2028    C/s 14 kts

                  2145    Sighted the loom of Kilauea Point light on the Island of Kauai, bearing 213

                  2204    Made radar landfall on the Island of Oahu, bearing 1430, range 87 miles.

                  2240    Passed Kilauea Point light abeam to starboard, bearing 2350

                  2314    C/c 146. C/s 13 kts.

8-15-62     0000    Underway independently, enroute from NAVAID/SAR Station “AO” to

                                       Pearl Harbor, Hawaii in accordance with COMBARPAC OP-ORDER 201-60.

                                       Material condition YOKE and condition of readiness IV are set.

                                       No. 1, 2, 3 and 4 main engines are on the line.

                                       The electrical load is split between No. 1 and 3 s/s generators.

                                       Base course 1460PGC, speed 13 kts.

                  0030    Kilauea Point faded visually, bearing 2820T

                  0036    Surface radar contact obtained, bearing 2210T, range 22.5 miles, designated skunk “A”

                                       on course 0690T, speed 11.5 kts.

                  0137    Reduced speed to 10 kts

                  0148    C/c 2300PGC

                  0200    C/c 2000PGC

                  0207    C/c 1800PGC

                  0210    C/c 1600PGC

                  0212    C/c 1460PGC. Resumed base speed of 13 kts

                  0214    Attempted to communicate with skunk “A” by flashing light, with no success

                  0159    Skunk “A” at CPA, bearing 1450T, range 6 miles

                  0243    Sighted radio beacons bearing 1050T on the horizon

                  0259    Skunk “A” faded visually bearing 0650T, range 9 miles

                  0337    Kaena Point bears 1150T

                  0455    Increased speed to 15 kts

                  0500    Unidentified light sighted visually bearing 0000R on the horizon

                  0502    C/c 1350PGC

                  0531    Decreased speed to 13 kts

                  0536    Decreased speed to 10 kts

                  0556    C/c 0750PGC

                  0615    C/c 0720PGC

                  0619    C/c 1450PGC

                  0705    C/c 0850PGC

                  0739    Barbers Point abeam to port, range 3 miles

                  0814    C/s 8 kts.

                  0818    Tested backing bell. Test satisfactory

                  0821    Stationed the special sea and anchor detail. OOD at the conn. Captain and Navigator on the bridge.

                                       Commenced steering various courses at various speeds while approaching

                                       the Pearl Harbor Channel.

                  0849    Entered inland waters. Draft: Forward 9’5”, aft 9’8”. Commenced steering

                                       various course at various speeds conforming to the Pearl Harbor Channel.

                  0900    Passed buoy No. 1 abeam to port

                  0936    Moored starboard side to pier Bravo, Berth 23.5, U.S. Naval Station,

                                       Pearl Harbor, Hawaii with standard mooring lines.

                  0951    Commenced receiving miscellaneous services from the pier

                  0959    YOG-78 came alongside to port. Commenced fueling, Draft forward 9’5”, aft 9’8”.

                  1336    Completed fueling. Draft forward 11’4”, aft 10’9”. YOG-78 departed

                  1629    USS FORSTER (DER-324) moored alongside to port.

8-16-62     0745    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None

                  0801    USS FORSTER (DER-324) got underway from alongside to port and stood out of the harbor

                  1510    In accordance with BUPERS MSG 042214Z of Apr 1962, ENS P.O. LEATHER

                                       reported on board for duty.

8-17-62     0745    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: LEADSMAN, S.D., SN.

                  0924    LEADSMAN, S.D., SN, returned aboard after been AWOL for one hour and fifty four minutes

                  1300    Commenced preparations for getting underway

                  1330    Set the special sea detail, completed all preparations for getting underway with dead plant

                  1338    Received pilot, Mr. PAPE aboard.

                  1355    YTB-162 made fast on the port quarter, YTN-263 (USS NEOGA) made fast on the port bow.

                  1401    Underway shifting berths to Berth B-2, U.S. Naval Shipyard,

                                       Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, pilot conning, Captain and Navigator are on the bridge

                  1413    Shifted YTM-263 (USS NEOGA) to the starboard bow.

                  1420    Shifted YTB-162 to the starboard quarter, while shifting, YTB-162 rammed starboard side,

                                       cracking welds at frames 113, 114, 115 and dislocating rivets.

                                       Commenced approach on berth B-2.

                  1439    Moored port side to ten-ten pier at berth B-2, U.S. Naval Shipyard, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

                  1515    Removed AN/SPS-10 antenna from the forward mast

                  1529    Cast off all lines. Underway for berth F-1, U.S. Naval Station, Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.

                  1540    Commenced approach on Berth F-1

                  1545    Moored port side to USS NEWELL (DER-322) with standard mooring lines

                                       doubled, in a nest of five ships. Nest includes USS O’BANNON (DD-450),

                                       USS JENKINS (DD-447), USS FRONTIER (AD-25). The FRONTIER is moored

                                       portside to pier Foxtrot, Berth 1. Receiving miscellaneous services from the tender.

                  1602    Cast off YTM-263 (USS NEOGA) and YTB-162 to starboard

                  1603    Secured the special sea detail, set the regular in-port watch

                  2127    Shifted the electrical load from No. 1 s/s generator to tender power.

8-18-62     0745    Mustered the crew on station. Absentees: NEST, B.S., ENFN, AWOL since 0730, 18 August 1962.

                  1155    NEST, B.S., ENFN, returned onboard having been AWOL since 0730, this date

8-19-62     0800    Mustered the crew on station. No Absentees.

8-20-62     0745    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: LEADLINE, L.S., SN.

8-21-62     0045    MARK, C.U., AGAN, complaining of stomach pains was sent to sick bay

                                       on the USS FRONTIER (AD-25) for treatment

                  0100    MARK, C.U., AGAN, returned on board having received treatment

                  0745    Mustered the crew at Quarters and inspection. Absentees: LEADLINE, L.S., SN,

                                       AWOL since 0730, 20 August 1962

8-22-62     0745    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentee: LEADLINE, L.S., SN, UA from 0900, 19 August 1962

                  1300    LAY, D.T., RMSA, was treated for sunburn of facial area, upper torso,

                                       shoulders, back and chest, abdominal area, upper thighs, lower legs

                                       and upper portions of both feet, sustained while on liberty, 19 August

                                       1962. Due to his own misconduct. Treatment administered by

                                       Medical Corpsman. Disposition: Placed on Binnacle List.

8-23-62     0745    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees:

                                       LAUNCH, P.W., SA, AWOL 0800 this date.

                                       LEADLINE, L.S., SN, AWOL since 0900, 19 August 1962.

                  1450    YTM-263 (USS NEOGA) alongside on starboard bow.

                  1530    YTM-195 (USS YONAGUSKA) alongside on starboard quarter.

                                       Set modified sea detail for breasting out.

                  1553    Underway dead plant. Breasting out in a nest of three ships under tug power.

                                       Alongside to port of the USS NEWELL (DER-322) is the USS O’BANNON (DD-450).

                  1625    USS O’BANNON (DD-450) moored port side to USS FRONTIER (AD-25)

                                       at Berth Foxtrot 1, Ford Island

                  1635    YTM-195 (USS YONAGUSKA) cast off all lines aft.

                  1650    YTM-263 (USS NEOGA) cast off forward

                  1711    Reconnected all services

                  1727    Pursuant to orders of the Commanding Officer, one petty officer, RD3, left

                                       the ship to report to the Officer of the Deck, Bldg. 77, U.S. Naval Air Station,

                                       Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii for temporary duty as Shore Patrol.

                  2340    The Shore Patrol detail, RD3, returned to the ship having completed temporary duty.

8-24-62     0745    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: LEADLINE, L.S., SN, Absent

                                       since 0900, 19 August 1962.

                  1100    The Commanding Officer held mast and imposed non-judicial punishment as follows:

                                       MARK, C.U., AGAN, Offense: Disobedience of an order on 22 August 1962.

                                       Punishment: Summary Court Martial.

                                       MARLINSPIKE, P.I., SM3, Offense: Disobedience of an order and AWOL on 22 August 1962.

                                       Punishment: Reduction to next inferior rate and 14 days extra duty commencing 24 August 1962.

8-25-62     0650    Shifted the electrical load from USS FRONTIER (AD-25) to No. 1 s/s generator

                  0700    Commenced preparations for getting underway by tug

                  0745    Mustered the crew on stations. Absentees:

                                       LEADLINE, L.S., SN, AWOL from 0900, 19 August 1962 and

                                       PAYOUT, L.O., ICFN, AWOL from 1700, 24 August 1962.

                  0745    Completed preparations for getting underway

                  0745    YTM-142 (USS NOKOMIS) came alongside starboard quarter and

                                       YTM-195 (USS YONAGUSKA) came alongside to port bow

                  0759    Underway by tugs for berth Bravo Two. Pilot is at the conn. Captain and Navigator are on the bridge.

                  0845    Moored Berth Two, pier Bravo, U.S. Naval Shipyard, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

                                       for purpose of mounting AN/SPS 10B on foremast. Tugs maneuvered clear of ship

                  0935    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples. Conditions normal.

                  0940    YTB-762 (USS TUSCUMBIA) came alongside to starboard bow.

                  1006    YTM-195 (USS YONAGUSKA) came alongside to starboard quarter. Pilot, Mr. PAPE,

                                       came on board and assumed the conn. The Captain and Navigator are on the bridge.

                  1011    Underway for Berth One, Foxtrot pier, U.S. Naval Station, Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.

                  1041    Moored portside to USS FALGOUT (DER-324). The FALGOUT (DER-324)

                                       is moored portside to the USS FRONTIER (AD-25) which is moored portside to

                                       Berth One, pier Foxtrot, U.S. Naval Station, Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.

                  1041    Pilot, Mr. PAPE, departed the ship. Tugs maneuvered clear of the ship

                  1100    USS ELKHORN (AOG-7) moored alongside to starboard

                  1140    USS ARIKARA (ATF-98) moored starboard side to USS ELKHORN (AOG-7)

                  1150    Shifted the electrical load from No. 1 s/s generator to USS FRONTIER (AD-25).

                                       Commenced receiving miscellaneous services from the tender.

8-26-62     0030    One petty officer, BM3, reported aboard having completed TAD with Shore Patrol at Bldg 77,

                                       NAS Ford Island. PAYOUT, L.O., ICFN, reported aboard having been

                                       AWOL since 1715, 24 August 1962.

                  0800    Mustered the crew on stations. Absentees: LEADLINE, L.S., SN, absent without leave

                                       since 0900, 19 August 1962.

8-27-62     0745    Mustered the crew at Quarters, absentees:

                                       MOTORWHALEBOAT, P.W., EM3, AWOL from 0700, 26 August 1962,

                                       LEADLINE, L.S., SN, AWOL since 0900, 19 August 1962.

                  1115    LEADLINE, L.S., SN, returned aboard after being AWOL from 0900, 19 August 1962.

                  2000    One petty officer, RD3, left the ship to report to the Officer of the Deck, Bldg. 77,

                                       NAS Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii for temporary duty as shore patrol.

                  2335    One petty officer, RD3, returned onboard having completed shore patrol.

8-28-62     0745    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None.

8-29-62     0125    OVERHEAD, E.T., FN, returned on board having been treated by Medical Officer of the

                                       USS FRONTIER (AD-25) for lacerations of fingers of right hand.

                                       Injury due to his own misconduct. Disposition: Assigned to light duty.

                  0745    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: None.

                  1025    LETGO, A.L., TA, returned on board having been treated by the Medical Officer,

                                       U.S. Submarine Base, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii for head cuts

                                       received due to his own misconduct. Disposition: Returned to normal duty.

8-30-62     0750    Mustered the crew at Quarters: Absentees; none.

                  1100    The Commanding Officer held mast and imposed the following non-judicial punishment:

                                       LASH, T.S., SN, Offense: Dereliction of duty, disrespect to a Senior Petty Officer,

                                       Punishment: Seven (7) days extra duty;

                                       LETGO, A.L., TA, Offense: Incapacitated for the proper performance of his duties,

                                       Punishment: reduction in rate to TR;

                                       LANYARD, L.M., TM3, offense: Conduct unbecoming a petty officer, willful

                                       disobedience of a superior officer,

                                       Punishment: Reduction in rate of TMSN – suspended for a period of three (3) months;

                                       PAYOUT, L.O., ICFN, Offense: AOL one (1) day,

                                       Punishment: Two (2) weeks extra duty.

                                       LEADLINE, L.S., SN, Offense: AOL for seven (7) days,

                                       Punishment: Summary Court Martial

8-31-62     0645    In accordance with BUPERS Orders 152139 of 19 May 1962, ENS C.O. LANDMARK

                                       reported on board for duty.

                  0730    Mustered the crew at Quarters. Absentees: RATLINE, S.L., RD2.

                  0856    RATLINE, S.L., RD2, returned on board, having been AWOL since 0730, this date.

                  1530    Mustered the crew at Quarters for Captain’s Personnel Inspection

                  1600    Secured from Captain’s Personnel Inspection

                  1952    Pursuant to the orders of the Commanding Officer, one petty officer, BM3,

                                       left the ship to report to the Officer of the Deck, Bldg. 77, NAS Ford Island,

                                       Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, for temporary duty.

9-1-62 to 9-30-62     These logs were lost by the National Archives and copies are not available.

10-1-62     0000    Underway independently patrolling station 1700 West longitude, 100 North Latitude in accordance with

                                       CTU 8.3.6 Op Orders 12-62 and 14-62 and CJTG 8.3 Op-Order 4-62.

                                       Material condition YOKE and condition of readiness IV are set throughout the ship.

                                       No. 3 main engine is in 5 minute standby and No. 1 main engine is in 15 minute standby

                                       and No. 2 and 4 main engines are in 30 minute standby.

                                       The electrical load is split between no. 1 and 4 s/s generators. The ship is not darkened.

                  0400    Lying to as before.

                  0745    Mustered the crew at quarters. Absentees: none.

                  1348    Underway on No. 3 main engine, course 1800T to launch weather balloon: speed 8 kts.

                  1403    C/c to 2000T

                  1431    Launched weather balloon with relative wind broad on the port beam

                  1453    C/c to 1200T

                  1500    All engines stop. Commenced lying to. Placed No. 3 main engine in 15 minute standby,

                                       No. 1 main engine in 30 minute standby; No. 2 main engine in 5 minute standby.

10-2-62     0000    Lying to on station at 1700W 100N in accordance with CTU 8.3.6 Op-Order 14.62.

                                       SOPA is Commanding Officer this ship. Condition of readiness IV is set.

                                       Material condition YOKE is being maintained throughout the ship

                  0515    Set condition 1AA

                  0520    Condition ZEBRA set

                  0530    Placed No. 2 main engine on the line. C/s to 8 knots

                  0545    All hands with the exception of the Commanding Officer, Officer of the deck, Helmsman

                                       and Engineering Officer took ready shelter

                  0616    Observed nuclear detonation bearing 3500T. (This was a blast named ANDROSCOGGIN

                                       of Operation Dominic. It was an airdrop in the 75 kiloton range and

                                       was detonated 250 Mi. SSW of Johnston Island. The shot was a fizzle.)

                  0618    Condition of the ship evaluated as normal

                  0629    Set condition YOKE throughout the ship

                  0637    Secured from General Quarters, Set condition 3

                  0703    C/c to 0210

                  0711    Stopped the starboard shaft and placed all four main engines on the line, c/s to 8 knots.

                                       Underway for observation station S-Z2 in accordance with CTU 8.3.6 msg. 021700Z

                  0720    C/s to 10 knots

                  0730    C/s to 13 knots

                  0742    C/s to 16 knots

                  0752    C/s to 17.5 knots

                  0758    C/c to 0250

                        1231    C/c to 0000T to launch weather balloon

                  1237    Weather balloon launched on port quarter. C/c to 0250T

                  1826    C/c to 3300 for balloon launch

                  1830    C/c to 0250

                  2000    C/c 0300

10-3-62     0000    Underway independently in accordance with CTU 8.3.6 Op-Order 12.62 and

                                       CJTG 8.3 Op-Order 4-62, enroute to station SZ2. Material condition YOKE

                                       and condition of readiness IV are set throughout the ship. All main engines are on the line.

                                       The electrical load is split between No. 1 & 3 s/s generators.

                  0000    Reduced speed to 16 kts.

                  0115    C/c to 3400T to launch weather balloon

              0117    Launched weather balloon with relative wind broad on the starboard bow.

                                       Returned to base course 0300T

                  0130    Reduced speed to 15.5 kts

                  0205    Reduced speed to 15 kts

                  0222    Reduced speed to 14 kts

                  0258    Reduced speed to 12 kts

                  0337    C/c to 0900T

                  0406    C/c to 2050.

                  0415    C/c to 2100.

                  0511    Made radar contact with target raft, bearing 2500, range 11 miles. C/c to 2500.

                  0522    Maneuvering to take station on the target raft

                  0608    Sighted target raft bearing 0850, distance 2000 yards

                  0612    C/c to 0900. C/s to 8 kts.

                  0615    Secured #2 and #4 main engines

                  0631    C/c to 2600.

                  0700    C/c to 0800.

                  0737    C/c to 2600. Secured #3 main engine. C/s to 6 knots

                  0745    Mustered the crew at quarters: absentees: none.

                  0802    C/c to 0800.

                  0830    C/c to 0850

                  0834    C/c to 3200

                  0844    Stopped all engines; commenced lying to. Placed No. 3 main engine in 5 minute standby

                                       and No. 1 main engine in 15 minute standby

                  1015    Placed No. 2 main engine in 5 minute standby and No. 3 main engine in 15 minute standby

                  1119    Obtained radar surface contact bearing 2470, distance 12 miles.

                                       Contact identified as USS FORSTER (DER-334).

                  1130    Commenced placing all main engines on the line

                  1149    C/s to 8 kts, set course 0850.

                  1151    C/s to 10 kts.

                  12092  C/s to 12 kts

                  1207    With target raft SZ2 abeam to port, 1000 yards, took departure for station bearing 1200T,

                                       range 150 miles from SZ2

                  1215    C/s to 14 kts

                  1225    C/s to 15 kts

                  1231    Reversed course to rendezvous with USS FORSTER (DER-334).

                  1231    C/s to 0800T

                  1234    A/E stop. Commence lying to. USS FORSTER approaching from the west

                  1320    USS FORSTER (DER-334) lying to off port beam, 500 yards. Outboard powered

                                       rubber raft alongside to port from the FORSTER to transfer movies

                  1330    USS FORSTER’s raft departed alongside

                  1346    Underway for station on course 1200T, speed 8 kts.

                  1347    C/s to 10 kts

                  1349    C/s to 12 kts

                  1353    Launched weather balloon

                  1354    C/s to 15 kts

                  1400    C/s to 16 kts

                  1409    C/s to 16.5 kts

                  1412    C/s to 17 kts

                  1419    C/s to 17.5 kts

                  2205    Sighted an unidentified flying object bearing 3000, position angle 400. The object had the appearance

                                       of a first magnitude star moving slowly across the sky in a northeasterly direction

                  2215    Unidentified flying object faded bearing 0100T, position angle 350.

                  2304    C/s to 17 kts

                  2333    C/s to 16.5 kts.

10-4-62     0000    Underway independently in accordance with CJTG 8.3 Op-Order 4-62 and

                                       CTU 8.3.6 041008Z of OCT 1962 enroute to station in Johnston Island danger area.

                                       All 4 main engines are on the line, 294 RPM for 16.5 knots. Course is 1200T.

                                       No. 1 and 3 Ship’s Service generators split the ship’s electrical load.

                                       Material condition YOKE is set throughout the ship. Operating as a member of TU 8.3.6

                  0000    Changed speed to 16 kts.

                  0026    C/s to 16.5 kts

                  0033    C/c to 1600T to provide a lee for weather balloon launching and returned to base courses.

                                       C/c to 1630T to proceed to station

                  0042    C/s All engines ahead full for 17 kts.

                  0728    C/s to 1150, C/s to 16 knots

                  0730    C/c to 1050

                  0741    C/s to 15 knots

                  0800    C/s to 14 knots

                  0830    C/s to 12 knots

                  0845    C/s to 8 knots. Secured #3 main engine on 5 min standby and #4 and 1 main engine

                                       on 30 minutes standby

                  1000    C/s to 0, commenced lying to. Placed #2 main engine in 5 minute standby

                                       and #3 main engine on 15 minute standby

                  1129    Made radar contact on aircraft bearing 0570 distance 44 miles

                  1200    Aircraft passed overhead

                  1530    Exercised the crew at 1AA General Quarters

                  1536    Condition ZEBRA set throughout the ship

                  1539    Manned abandon ship stations

                  1551    Remanned 1AA General Quarters stations

                  1557    Set condition YOKE throughout the ship

                  1559    Secured from General Quarters

                  1600    All hands manned their replenishment at sea stations

                  1615    Secured from replenishment at sea drill

                  1908    Sighted unidentified flying object bearing 2250, high altitude, on course 0450, speed very great

                  1920    Unidentified flying object faded bearing 0450T

                  2000    Set condition of readiness IV. Set course 0900, speed 6 knots.

                  2300    C/s to 0 knots. Commenced lying to. Set condition of readiness IV modified.

                                       Placed #1 and #4 main engines in 30 minute standby;

                                       placed #3 main engine in 15 minute standby; and

                                       placed #2 main engine in 5 minute standby

10-5-62     0000    Underway independently, patrolling surveillance station with coordinates 1420

                                       Bravo 395 miles in accordance with CTU 8.3.6 Op-Order 15-62

                                       and CJTG 8.3 Op-Order 4.62.

                                       Material condition YOKE and condition of readiness IV (modified) are set throughout the ship.

                                       No. 2 main engine is in 5 minute standby, No. 3 main engine is in 15 minute standby,

                                       No. 1 and 4 main engines are in 30 minute standby.

                                       The electrical load is split between No. 1 and 3 ship’s service generators. The ship is not darkened.

                  0139    Placed No. 2 main engine on the line. C/s to 8 kts. Underway to assist in tracking Rawin launch

                                       (Rawin - a meteorological system that measures air pressure, air temperature, humidity,

                                       wind speed, and wind direction received via a radio link from ascending weather balloons.)

                  0140    Set course 2100.

                  0153    C/s to 10 kts

                  0200    C/c to 1300

                  0208    C/s to 8 kts

                  0209    All stop. Commenced lying to. Placed No. 2 main engine in 5 minute standby.

                  1249    Set course 0950, speed 6 knots

                  1515    Shifted the ship’s electrical load from #1 and #3 ship’s service generator

                                       split to #1 and #2 ship’s service generator parallel

                  1606    All stop, commenced lying to

                  1608    Placed No. 2 main engine in 15 minute standby

                  1640    Split the electrical load between No. 1 and 3 ship’s service generator.

10-6-62     0000    Underway with no way on, patrolling surveillance station at 1650W and 110N

                                       in accordance with CTU 8.3.6 Op-Order 15-62 and CJTG 8.3 Op-Order 4-62.

                                       Material condition YOKE is being maintained and condition of readiness IV (Modified) is set.

                  0055    Set course 0450, speed 6 knots

                  0130    Commenced lying to.

                  0144    Set course 0450, speed 6 knots.

                  0256    C/c to 2250.

                  0449    C/c to 0450.

                  0500    Manned 1AA General Quarters Stations.

                  0509    Condition ZEBRA set throughout the ship. Sent all topside personnel to ready shelter

                  0602    Observed nuclear detonation bearing 3500. (This was a blast named

                                       BUMPING of Operation Dominic. It was an airdrop from a B-52 with

                                       a yield of 11.3 kiloton and was detonated at Johnston Island. It was

                                       dropped in a Mk-36 drop case. This was an advanced concepts test to

                                       improve warhead yield-to-weight ratio. The yield was much lower

                                       than expected. The mushroom rose to 50,000 ft.)

                  0607    C/c to 3200.

                  0611    Placed No. 1, 2, 3, and 4 main engines on the line

                  0613    C/s to 8 kts on two shafts

                  0618    Set condition YOKE throughout the ship. Secured from General Quarters, set condition IV

                  0632    C/s to 10 kts

                  0640    Paralleled the electrical load between No. 1 and 2 ship’s service generators

                  0650    C/s to 14 kts

                  0701    C/s to 15 kts

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