August 1951 by 4rLTQ0c

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        Declassified by authority: NND 927605
        BY: LCN
        NARA Date 8/5/03

        Granstrom, Donald M., CDR.: Commanding Officer
        Shropshire, Paul H. Jr., LCDR.: Executive Officer
        Davenport, Fred W., LT.: Engineering Officer
        Reeb, Edward L., LTJG.: ASW Officer / Personnel Officer
        Pryor, Frank P., LTJG.: Navigator
        Carson, Richard F., LTJG.: CIC Officer
        Brown, Clarke "C", LTJG.: Communication and Training Officer
        Sheridan, John B., LTJG.: Operation Officer
        Carlock, Chester L. LTJG.: Supply Officer
        Dwiggins, Daniel F., LTJG.: Assistant Gunnery Officer
        Kanakanui, William A. Jr., LTJG.: Gunnery Officer
        Quinn, William F. Jr., ENS.: Registered Publications Officer
        Wille, James E., ENS.: Assistant Engineer Officer
        Hushion, John K., ENS.: Damage Control Officer
        Miller, Forrest A., ENS.: First Lieutenant
        Hammershoy, Ronald H., ENS.: Electronics Officer
        Alvis, John G., ENS.: Torpedo Officer
        Howe, Richard B., ENS.: Assistant ASW Officer

Note:   Names marked with an asterisk (*) are assigned aliases.

        Wednesday, 1 August 1951
0000-   Steaming with Task Force 77 off the east coast of Korea, using zig zag plan No. 20 on base
0400    course 310° (T & PGC), 320° (PSC), speed 15 knots (139 RPM) under boilers Nos. 2 and 3. In
        station No. 6 of a 9 ship closed concentric circular screen, on circle 4.5, screen sector origin
        000° (T); Formation 4 Roger, axis 230° (T). Guide is in the U.S.S. TOLEDO (CA-133) in
        station No. 1, bearing 060° (T), distance 4500 yards. OTC is ComCarDivFIVE in U.S.S.
        PRINCETON (CV-37). Ship in material condition Baker, readiness condition III.
        J.B. SHERIDAN, LTJG., USNR
0400-   Steaming as before.
0800
0509    Ceased zig zag plan No. 20. Set course 330° (T & PGC), 335° (PSC).
0513    Changed course to 150° (T & PGC), 155° (PSC).
0519    Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).
0531    Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).
        W.A. KANAKANUI Jr., LTJG., USN
0800-   Steaming as before. Mustered the crew on stations. Absentees: None.
1200
1001    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples. Conditions normal.

1046    Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to take life guard station astern U.S.S.
        PRINCETON (CV-37).
1107    On station in life guard station 1000 yards astern U.S.S. PRINCETON (CV-37). Changed course
        to 150° (T & PGC), 155° (PSC). Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).
1116    Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to take screening station.
1126    On station in station No. 6 of 9 ship closed concentric circular screen on circle 4.5 with guide
        U.S.S. TOLEDO (CA-133) bearing 060° (T), distance 4500 yards.
1141    U.S.S. DE HAVEN (DD-727) rejoined the formation. Maneuvering on various courses at various
        speeds to take new station.
1152    On station in station No. 6 of 10 ship closed concentric circular screen on circle 4.5 with guide
        U.S.S. TOLEDO (CA-133) bearing 072° (T), distance 4500 yards. Changed course to 150° (T &
        PGC), 155° (PSC). Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).
        E.L. REEB, LTJG., USN
1200-   Steaming as before.
1600
1306    Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to take life guard station astern U.S.S.
        PRINCETON (CV-37).
1334    On station in life guard station astern U.S.S. PRINCETON (CV-37).
1345    Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to take screening station.
1356    On station in station No. 6 of 10 ship closed concentric circular screen on circle 4.5 with guide
        in U.S.S. TOLEDO (CA-133) bearing 072°(T), distance 4500 yards.
1400    U.S.S. SWENSON (DD-729) detached to proceed independently as previously directed.
        Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to take new station.
1405    On station in station No. 6 of 9 ship closed concentric circular screen on circle 4.5 with guide in
        U.S.S. TOLEDO (CA-133) bearing 060°(T), distance 4500 yards.
1537    Changed course to 330° (T & PGC), 339° (PSC).
        C.C. BROWN, LTJG., USNR
1600-   Steaming as before.
2000
1613    Formation axis changed to 180°(T).
1629    Changed course to 070° (T & PGC), 080° (PSC).
1658    Changed course to 270° (T & PGC), 277° (PSC).
1815    Changed course to 180° (T & PGC), 184° (PSC).
1821    Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).
1835    Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).
1855    Changed course to 090° (T & PGC), 098° (PSC).
1915    Exercised crew at General Quarters for dusk alert.
1945    Set condition of readiness III.
        E.L. REEB, LTJG., USN
2000-   Steaming as before.
2400
2021    Changed course to 180° (T & PGC), 188° (PSC). Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).

2035    Changed course to 190° (T & PGC), 198° (PSC). Changed speed to 25 knots (247 RPM).

2030    Changed   speed to 27 knots (274 RPM).
2032    Changed   course to 200° (T & PGC), 206° (PSC).
2036    Changed   speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).
2045    Changed   course to 330° (T & PGC), 342° (PSC). Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).

2126    Commenced zig zag plan No. 20.
        C.C. BROWN, LTJG., USNR
        Thursday, 2 August 1951
0000-   Steaming in company with Task Force 77 off the east coast of Korea, using zig zag plan No. 20
0400    on base course 330° (T & PGC), 340° (PSC), speed 15 knots (139 RPM) under boilers Nos. 2
        and 3. In station No. 6 of a 9 ship closed concentric circular screen, on circle 4.5, screen sector
        origin 000°(T), formation 4-Roger, axis 180°(T). Guide is in the U.S.S. TOLEDO (CA-133) in
        station No. 1 bearing 060°(T), distance 4500 yards. OTC is ComCarDivFIVE in U.S.S.
        PRINCETON (CV-37). Ship in material condition Baker, readiness condition III.
0129    Ceased zig zagging on plan No. 20, resumed base course.
0130    Changed base course to 180°(T & PGC), 188° (PSC).
        J.B. SHERIDAN, LTJG., USNR
0400-   Steaming as before.
0800
0413    Changed course to 090° (T & PGC), 098° (PSC).
0439    Changed course to 350° (T & PGC), 000° (PSC).
0500    U.S.S. SWENSON (DD-729) rejoined the screen taking station No. 7. Maneuvering on various
        courses and speeds to take station No. 6 of a 10 ship screen.
0508    On station in station No. 6, guide bearing 072°(T), distance 4500 yards.
0546    Changed course to 200° (T & PGC), 203° (PSC).
0637    Changed course to 330° (T & PGC), 340° (PSC).
0654    Changed speed to 12 knots (108 RPM).
0657    Maneuvering on various courses and speeds to go alongside U.S.S. BOXER (CV-21) to take on
        fuel.
0730    Commenced fueling ship.
        W.A. KANAKANUI JR., LTJG., USN
0800-   Steaming as before.
1200
0817    Lighted fires under No. 1 and No. 4 boilers.
0820    Completed fueling the ship having received 835 bbls of Baker fuel oil at 60°F. Maneuvering on
        various courses at various speeds to take screening station.
0838    Let fires die out under No. 4 boiler.
0844    On station in station No. 6 of 10 ship closed concentric circular screen on circle 4.5 with guide
        U.S.S. TOLEDO (CA-133) bearing 072° (T), distance 4500 yards. Changed course to 030° (T &
        PGC), 039° (PSC). Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).
0845    Changed course to 210° (T & PGC), 216° (PSC). Changed speed to 27 knots (274 RPM).

0850    Mustered the crew on stations. Absentees: None.
0851    Changed course to 200° (T & PGC), 206° (PSC).
0900    Changed course to 210° (T & PGC), 216° (PSC). Changed speed to 25 knots (247 RPM).

0908    Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).
0912    Changed course to 005° (T & PGC), 016° (PSC).
0917    Changed course to 025° (T & PGC), 034° (PSC).
0927    Changed course to 045° (T & PGC), 055° (PSC).
0945    Cut in No. 1 boiler on the main steam line.
0952    Changed course to 130° (T & PGC), 136° (PSC). Changed speed to 25 knots (247 RPM).

0954    Let fires die out under No. 2 boiler and cut out same from the main steam line.
0956    Changed course to 150° (T & PGC), 156° (PSC).
1002    Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).
1004    Changed course to 120° (T & PGC), 126° (PSC).
1006    Changed course to 090° (T & PGC), 096° (PSC).
1008    Changed course to 350° (T & PGC), 356° (PSC).
1016    Changed speed to 25 knots (247 RPM).
1020    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples. Conditions normal.

1043    Changed course to 330° (T & PGC), 339° (PSC).
1110    Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).
1117    Changed course to 340° (T & PGC), 347 (PSC).
1121    Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to change station.
1134    On station in station No. 4 of 10 ship closed concentric circular screen on circle 4.5 with guide
        U.S.S. TOLEDO (CA-133) bearing 108°(T), distance 4500 yards. Changed course to 340° (T &
        PGC), 347° (PSC). Changed speed to 12 knots (108 RPM).
        E.L. REEB, LTJG., USN
1200-   Steaming as before.
1600
1220    Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to take screening station No. 2.
1232    On station in station No. 2 with guide in U.S.S. TOLEDO (CA-133) bearing 144° (T), distance
        4500 yards. Set base course 340° (T & PGC), 347° (PSC) and base speed 12 knots (108 RPM).

1407    Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).
1420    Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).
1430    Changed course to 160° (T & PGC), 163° (PSC). Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).

1440    U.S.S. BOXER (CV-21) designated guide bearing 170°(T), distance 3700 yards.
1445    U.S.S. SWENSON (DD-729) left formation.
1552    Changed course to 000° (T & PGC), 009° (PSC). Changed speed to 25 knots (247 RPM).

        C.C. BROWN, LTJG., USNR
1600-   Steaming as before.
2000
1604    Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).
1614    Changed course to 160° (T & PGC), 164° (PSC).
1633    Changed course to 200° (T & PGC), 204° (PSC). Changed speed to 25 knots (247 RPM).

1640    Changed speed to 27 knots (274 RPM).
1645    Changed course to 225° (T & PGC), 230° (PSC).
1647    Changed course to 255° (T & PGC), 260° (PSC).
1650    Changed course to 300° (T & PGC), 305° (PSC).
1652    Changed course to 345° (T & PGC), 352° (PSC).
1654    Changed course to 020° (T & PGC), 030° (PSC).
1705    Changed speed to 25 knots (247 RPM).
1708    Changed speed to 15 knots, (139 RPM).
1712    Changed course to 200° (T & PGC), 204° (PSC).
1723    Changed course to 350° (T & PGC), 355° (PSC).
1725    U.S.S. TOLEDO (CA-133) designated guide bearing 144° (T), distance 4500 yards.
1753    Changed course to 180° (T & PGC), 189° (PSC).
1915    Exercised the crew at General Quarters for dusk alert.
1945    Set condition of readiness III.
        E.L. REEB, LTJG., USN
2000-   Steaming as before.
2400
2028    U.S.S. BOXER (CV-21) designated guide bearing 170°(T), distance 3700 yards. U.S.S. TOLEDO
        (CA-133) and U.S.S. TINGEY (DD-539) proceeding independently on duty as previously
        assigned.
2032    Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to form a 9 ship open concentric circular
        screen on circle 4.5 with station No. 5 unassigned.
2037    On station in station No. 2 with guide in U.S.S. BOXER (CV-21) bearing 165° (T), distance
        3700 yards. Set base course 180° (T & PGC), 185° (PSC) and base speed 15 knots (139 RPM).

2216    Commenced zig zag plan No. 20.
        C.C. BROWN, LTJG., USNR
        Friday, 3 August 1951
0000-   Steaming in company with Task Force 77 off the east coast of Korea on base course 330° (T &
0400    PGC), 340° (PSC), speed 15 knots (139 RPM) under boilers Nos. 1 and 3. In station No. 6 of a
        9 ship closed concentric circular screen, on circle 4.5; screen sector origin 000° (T); formation
        4 Roger, axis 180° (T). Guide is in the U.S.S. BOXER (CV-21) bearing 140° (T), distance 4500
        yards. Ship in material condition Baker, condition of readiness III.
0015    Commenced zig zag plan No. 20.
0240    Ceased zig zagging, came to base course 325° (T & PGC), 330° (PSC).
0243    Changed base course to 000° (T & PGC), 010° (PSC).
0255    Resumed zig zag plan No. 20.
        J.B. SHERIDAN, LTJG., USNR
0400-   Steaming as before.
0800
0532    Ceased zig zagging. Set base   course 340° (T & PGC), 350° (PSC).
0534    Changed course to 270° (T &    PGC), 280° (PSC).
0554    Changed course to 205° (T &    PGC), 208° (PSC).
0735    Changed course to 225° (T &    PGC), 229° (PSC), changed speed to 25 knots (247 RPM).

0748    Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).
0750    U.S.S. HELENA (CA-75) and U.S.S. YARNALL (DD-541) joined formation.
        W.A. KANAKANUI JR., LTJG., USN
0800-   Steaming as before. Mustered the crew on stations. Absentees: None.
1200
0815    Changed course to 140° (T & PGC), 146° (PSC).
0817    U.S.S. HELENA (CA-75) designated guide bearing 140°(T), distance 4500 yards.
0833    Changed course to 050° (T & PGC), 058° (PSC).
0857    Changed course to 355° (T & PGC), 002° (PSC).
1018    Changed course to 225° (T & PGC), 230° (PSC). Changed speed to 25 knots (247 RPM).

1055    Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).
1058    Changed course to 195° (T & PGC), 203° (PSC).
1100    Changed course to 075° (T & PGC), 083° (PSC).
1107    Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).
1110    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples. Conditions normal. Made
        weekly test of magazine sprinkling systems. Conditions satisfactory.
1120    Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to take plane guard station on U.S.S.
        BOXER (CV-21).
1135    On station in No. 1 plane guard station on U.S.S. BOXER (CV-21). Changed course to 190° (T
        & PGC), 198° (PSC). Changed speed to 22 knots (213 RPM).
1145    Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to go alongside U.S.S. HELENA (CA-75).

1156    Alongside starboard quarter of U.S.S. HELENA (CA-75). Changed course to 060° (T & PGC),
        065° (PSC). Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).
        E.L. REEB, LTJG., USN
1200-   steaming as before. Received four passengers from the U.S.S. HELENA (CA-75) for transfer to
1600    the U.S.S. PRINCETON (CV-37).
1211    Completed personnel transfer. Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to come
        alongside U.S.S. PRINCETON (CV-37).
1226    Alongside the starboard side of U.S.S. PRINCETON (CV-37) for transfer of personnel.
1239    Completed transfer of personnel to U.S.S. PRINCETON (CV-37). Maneuvering on various
        courses at various speeds to take station No. 2.
1255    On station in station No. 2 of 9 ship closed concentric circular screen on circle 4.5 with guide in
        U.S.S. HELENA (CA-75) bearing 140° (T), distance 4500 yards.
1313    Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to take plane guard station on U.S.S.
        BOXER (CV-21).
1320    Changed course to 200° (T & PGC), 210° (PSC). Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).

1330    On plane guard station for U.S.S. BOXER (CV-21) bearing 185° (T), distance 1500 yards.

1333    Completed plane guard. Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to take station No.
        2.
1338    On station, in station No. 2 of a 9 ship closed concentric circular screen on circle 4.5 with
        guide in U.S.S. HELENA (CA-75) bearing 140° (T), distance 4500 yards.
1340    Changed course to 000° (T & PGC), 010° (PSC). Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).

1423    Changed course to 205° (T & PGC), 208° (PSC). Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).

1438    Changed course to 000° (T & PGC), 009° (PSC). Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).

1451    Changed course to 205° (T & PGC), 210° (PSC).
1502    Changed course to 000° (T & PGC), 010° (PSC).
1527    Changed course to 180° (T & PGC), 182° (PSC).
        C.C. BROWN, LTJG., USNR
1600-   Steaming as before.
2000
1638    U.S.S. SWENSON (DD-729) joined the formation. On station in station No. 2 of 10 ship closed
        concentric circular screen with guide U.S.S. HELENA (CA-75) bearing 144° (T), distance 4500
        yards.
1640    Changed course to 195° (T & PGC), 199° (PSC).
1650    Changed course to 330° (T & PGC), 340° (PSC).
1713    Changed course to 170° (T & PGC), 173° (PSC).
1730    Changed course to 035° (T & PGC), 039° (PSC).
1809    Changed course to 270° (T & PGC), 279° (PSC).
1843    Changed course to 130° (T & PGC), 134° (PSC).
1905    Changed course to 180° (T & PGC), 186° (PSC).
1908    Changed course to 195° (T & PGC), 200° (PSC).
1915    Exercised the crew at General Quarters for dusk alert.
1924    Changed course to 100° (T & PGC), 108° (PSC).
1945    Set condition of readiness III.
        E.L. REEB, LTJG., USN
2000-   Steaming as before.
2400
2013    Changed course to 195° (T & PGC), 197° (PSC). Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).

2030    Changed course to 090° (T & PGC), 097° (PSC). Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).

2121    Commenced zig zag plan No. 20.
2252    Ceased zig zag plan No. 20.
2300    Changed course to 345° (T & PGC), 354° (PSC).
2306    Commenced zig zag plan No. 20.
        C.C. BROWN, LTJG., USNR
        Saturday, 4 August 1951
0000-   Steaming in company with Task Force 77 off the east coast of Korea, using zig zag Plan No. 20
0400    on base course 345° (T & PGC), 354° (PSC), speed 15 knots (139 RPM) under boilers No. 1
        and No. 3. In station No. 2 of a 10 ship closed concentric circular screen on circle 4.5; screen
        sector origin 000° (T), formation 4 Roger, axis 180° (T). Guide is in the U.S.S. HELENA (CA-
        75) in station No. 1 bearing 144° (T), distance 4500 yards. OTC is ComCarDivFIVE in U.S.S.
        PRINCETON (CV-37). Ship in material condition Baker, readiness condition III.
0049    Ceased zig zag plan 20, assumed base course 315° (T & PGC), 325° (PSC).
0100    Changed base course to 280° (T & PGC), 290° (PSC).
0106    Resumed zig zag plan No. 20.
        J.B. SHERIDAN, LTJG., USNR
0400-   Steaming as before.
0800
0405    Ceased zig zagging. Set course 260° (T & PGC), 269° (PSC).
0421    Changed speed to 25 knots (247 RPM).
0425    Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).
0443    Changed course to 090° (T & PGC), 096° (PSC).
0519    Rotated formation axis to 270° (T).
0545    Changed course to 270° (T & PGC), 278° (PSC). Changed speed to 27 knots (274 RPM).

0602    Changed   speed to 22 knots (213 RPM).
0605    Changed   speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).
0610    Changed   course to 060° (T & PGC), 069°   (PSC).
0656    Changed   course to 090° (T & PGC), 098°   (PSC).
0700    Changed   course to 270° (T & PGC), 279°   (PSC).
0717    Changed   course to 290° (T & PGC), 299°   (PSC). Changed speed to 25 knots (247 RPM).

0720    Changed   course to 270° (T & PGC), 279°   (PSC).
0725    Changed   course to 255° (T & PGC), 264°   (PSC).
0731    Changed   course to 265° (T & PGC), 274°   (PSC).
0735    Changed   speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).
0736    Changed   course to 275° (T & PGC), 285°   (PSC).
0743    Changed   course to 090° (T & PGC), 097°   (PSC). Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).

        W.A. KANAKANUI JR., LTJG., USN
0800-   Steaming as before. Mustered the crew on stations. Absentees: None.
1200
0823    Changed course to 165° (T & PGC), 167° (PSC).
0901    Changed course to 280° (T & PGC), 290° (PSC). Changed speed to 25 knots (247 RPM).

0916    Changed course to 290° (T & PGC), 300° (PSC).
0920    Changed course to 300° (T & PGC), 310° (PSC). Changed speed to 23 knots (224 RPM).

0924    Changed course to 310° (T & PGC), 321° (PSC).
0925    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples. Conditions normal.

0926    Changed course to 330° (T & PGC), 341° (PSC).
0927    Changed speed to 25 knots (247 RPM).
0937    Formation axis changed to 330° (T).
0940    Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).
0945    Changed course to 135° (T & PGC), 138° (PSC).
1023    Changed course to 165° (T & PGC), 172° (PSC). Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).

1033    Changed course to 345° (T & PGC), 355° (PSC). Changed speed to 25 knots (247 RPM).

1038    Changed speed to 27 knots (274 RPM).
1045    Changed course to 005° (T & PGC), 016°     (PSC).
1046    Changed speed to 25 knots (247 RPM).
1107    Changed course to 355° (T & PGC), 006°     (PSC).
1109    Changed course to 340° (T & PGC), 351°     (PSC).
1111    Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).
1115    Changed course to 180° (T & PGC), 183°     (PSC).
1131    Changed course to 155° (T & PGC), 160°     (PSC).
        E.L. REEB, LTJG., USN
1200-   Steaming as before.
1600
1206    Changed course to 205° (T & PGC), 210° (PSC). Changed speed to 27 knots (274 RPM).

1210    Changed course to 225° (T & PGC), 232° (PSC).
1212    Changed course to 255° (T & PGC), 262° (PSC).
1215    Changed course to 285° (T & PGC), 290° (PSC).
1218    Changed course to 315° (T & PGC), 320°      (PSC).
1230    Lighted fires under boilers Nos. 2 and 4.
1239    Changed course to 340° (T & PGC), 350°      (PSC).
1241    Changed course to 010° (T & PGC), 020°      (PSC).
1248    Changed speed to 25 knots (247 RPM).
1255    Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).
1305    Changed course to 180° (T & PGC), 184°      (PSC). Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).

1315    Let fires die under boiler No. 2 due to casualty on water gauge line.
1321    Changed course to 020° (T & PGC), 030° (PSC).
1326    Cut in boiler No. 4 on main steam line.
1343    Lighted fires under boiler No. 2 and cut in same on main steam line at 1350.
1348    Changed course to 330° (T & PGC), 340° (PSC). Changed speed to 27 knots (274 RPM).

1355    Changed   speed to 30 knots (314 RPM).
1357    Changed   course to 310° (T & PGC), 320°    (PSC).
1402    Changed   course to 280° (T & PGC), 290°    (PSC).
1417    Changed   course to 295° (T & PGC), 300°    (PSC).
1422    Changed   speed to 25 knots (247 RPM).
1426    Changed   speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).
1433    Changed   course to 065° (T & PGC), 075°    (PSC).
1503    Changed   course to 090° (T & PGC), 098°    (PSC).
1518    Changed   course to 330° (T & PGC), 340°    (PSC). Changed speed to 27 knots (274 RPM).

1524    Changed speed to 30 knots (314 RPM).
        C.C. BROWN, LTJG., USNR
1600-   Steaming as before.
2000
1607    Changed course to   015° (T & PGC), 021° (PSC).
1609    Changed course to   060° (T & PGC), 069° (PSC).
1610    U.S.S. PRINCETON    (CV-37) designated guide bearing 169° (T), distance 4700 yards.
1614    Changed course to   140° (T & PGC), 147° (PSC).
1616    Changed course to   185° (T & PGC), 193° (PSC).
1619    Changed course to   210° (T & PGC), 217° (PSC).
1622    Changed course to   230° (T & PGC), 238° (PSC).
1623    Changed course to   240° (T & PGC), 248° (PSC). Changed speed to 25 knots (247 RPM).

1626    Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).
1633    Changed course to 120° (T & PGC), 126° (PSC).
1705    Changed course to 250° (T & PGC), 258° (PSC). Changed speed to 25 knots (247 RPM).

1709    Changed speed to 30 knots (314 RPM).
1713    U.S.S. HELENA (CA-75) designated guide bearing 144° (T), distance 4500 yards.
1714    Changed course to 275° (T & PGC), 282° (PSC).
1718    Changed speed to 25 knots (247 RPM).
1723    Changed course to 285° (T & PGC), 293° (PSC).
1728    Changed course to 295° (T & PGC), 306° (PSC).
1733    Changed course to 285° (T & PGC), 290° (PSC).
1737    Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).
1740    Changed course to 120° (T & PGC), 125° (PSC).
1748    Changed speed to 25 knots (247 RPM).
1837    Changed course to 260° (T & PGC), 270° (PSC).
1844    Changed speed to 30 knots (314 RPM).
1849    Changed   course   to   280°   (T   &   PGC),   290°   (PSC).
1851    Changed   course   to   340°   (T   &   PGC),   345°   (PSC).
1902    Changed   course   to   325°   (T   &   PGC),   332°   (PSC).
1904    Changed   course   to   315°   (T   &   PGC),   321°   (PSC). Changed speed to 25 knots (247 RPM).

1910    Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).
1913    Changed course to 120° (T & PGC), 127° (PSC).
1915    Exercised the crew at General Quarters for dusk alert.
1945    Set condition of readiness III.
        E.L. REEB, LTJG., USN
2000-   Steaming as before.
2400
2012    Changed course to 250° (T & PGC), 258° (PSC). Changed speed to 25 knots (247 RPM).

2017    Changed   course to 260° (T & PGC), 270°               (PSC).
2019    Changed   course to 270° (T & PGC), 280°               (PSC).
2021    Changed   speed to 30 knots (314 RPM).
2029    Changed   course to 280° (T & PGC), 290°               (PSC).
2037    Changed   speed to 27 knots (274 RPM).
2048    Changed   speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).
2051    Changed   course to 110° (T & PGC), 116°               (PSC). Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).

2251    Let fires die out under boiler No. 2 and cut out same.
2255    Let fires die out under boiler No. 4 and cut out same.
2301    Changed course to 255° (T & PGC), 260° (PSC).
2308    Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to take screening station No. 4.
2330    On station in station No. 4 with guide in U.S.S. HELENA (CA-75) bearing 108° (T), distance
        4500 yards. Set base course to 240° (T & PGC), 247° (PSC). Set base speed 27 knots (274
        RPM).
        C.C. BROWN, LTJG., USNR
        Sunday, 5 August 1951
0000-   Steaming in company with Task Force 77 off the east coast of Korea on course 230° (T &
0400    PGC), 238° (PSC), speed 27 knots (274 RPM) on boilers No. 1 and No. 3 in station No. 4 of 10
        ship concentric closed screen on circle 4.5; screen sector origin 000° (T). Formation 4-Roger,
        axis 330° (T). Guide in U.S.S. HELENA (CA-75) bearing 110° (T), distance 4500 yards. OTC is
        ComCarDivFIVE in U.S.S. PRINCETON (CV-37). Ship in material condition Baker, condition of
        readiness III.
0005    Changed course to 210° (T & PGC), 218° (PSC).
0015    Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM). Steering various courses at various speeds reorienting
        to station No. 2
0021    Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).
0025    On station No. 2, guide bearing 144° (T), distance 4500 yards.
0028    Changed course to 050° (T & PGC), 058° (PSC).
0042    Commenced zig zagging using plan No. 20 on base course 050° (T & PGC), 058° (PSC).

0250    Ceased zig zagging, set base course 020° (T & PGC), 030° (PSC).
0300    Changed course to 260° (T & PGC), 270° (PSC).
0306    Commenced zig zag plan No. 20 on base course 260° (T & PGC), 270° (PSC).
        J.B. SHERIDAN, LTJG., USNR
0400-   Steaming as before.
0800
0405    Ceased zig zagging. Set course 240° (T & PGC), 247° (PSC).
0407    Changed course to 120° (PGC), 126° (PSC). Changed speed to 25 knots (247 RPM).
0500    Changed course to 130° (T & PGC), 136° (PSC).
0530    Changed course to 120° (T & PGC), 126° (PSC).
0710    Changed course to 100° (T & PGC),   106°   (PSC).
0721    Changed course to 135° (T & PGC),   141°   (PSC).
0736    Changed course to 155° (T & PGC),   160°   (PSC).
0755    Changed course to 175° (T & PGC),   181°   (PSC).
0758    Changed course to 190° ( T& PGC),   195°   (PSC).
        W.A. KANAKANUI JR., LTJG., USN
0800-   Steaming as before.
1200
0804    Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).
0805    Changed course to 220° (T & PGC), 230° (PSC).
0811    Joined replenishment unit. Formed formation 4-F with axis of 220° (T) on course 220° at
        speed of 10 knots (087 RPM). U.S.S. NAVASOTA (AO-106) designated guide. Maneuvering on
        various courses at various speeds to take life guard station on U.S.S. NAVASOTA (AO-106).

0830    On station in life guard station, 1000 yards astern U.S.S. NAVASOTA (AO-106). Changed
        course to 220° (T & PGC), 230° (PSC). Changed speed to 10 knots (087 RPM).

0936    Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to go alongside U.S.S. NAVASOTA (AO-
        106).
0954    Alongside starboard side U.S.S. NAVASOTA (AO-106). Changed course to 220° (T & PGC),
        230° (PSC). Changed speed to 10 knots (087 RPM). Commenced fueling ship.
1000    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples. Conditions normal.

1015    Pursuant to orders of Commanding Officer, authority ComCruDesPac Pers order 931 of 2 July
        1951, BRIGHT, J.T., MM3, 229 13 08, USN, was transferred to U.S.S. NAVASOTA (AO-106)
        for further transfer to U.S.S. BISBEE (PF-46) for duty with baggage, records, and transfer
        papers.
        Pursuant to orders of Commanding Officer, authority ComCruDesPac Pers order 938 of 13 July
        1951, CACKOWSKI, R.F., QM1, 861 30 60, USN, was transferred to U.S.S. NAVASOTA (AO-
        106) for further transfer to U.S.S. BISBEE (PF-46) for duty with baggage, records, and transfer
        papers.
        Pursuant to orders of Commanding Officer, authority ComCruDesPac Pers order 931 of 2 July
        1951, GUY, D. (n), MM3, 954 79 34, USN, was transferred to U.S.S. NAVASOTA (AO-106)
        for further transfer to U.S.S. NEWPORT (PF-27) for duty with baggage, records and transfer
        papers.
        Pursuant to orders of Commanding Officer, authority ComCruDesPac Pers order 953 of 9 July
        1951, MENDENHALL, T.A., MM3, 351 53 23, USN, was transferred with baggage, records
        and transfer papers to U.S.S. NAVASOTA (AO-106) for further transfer to U.S.S. NEWPORT (PF-
        27) for duty.
        Pursuant to orders of Commanding Officer, authority ComCruDesPac Pers order 953 of 9 July
        1951, STOVER, J.T., MM3, 568 61 68, USN, was transferred with baggage, records and
        transfer papers to U.S.S. NAVASOTA (AO-106) for further transfer to U.S.S. SAUSALITO (PF-4)
        for duty.
        Pursuant to orders of Commanding Officer, authority ComCruDesPac PERS order 953 of 9 July
        1951, WADDLE, G.E. Jr., MM3, 344 90 38, USN, was transferred with baggage, records and
        transfer papers to U.S.S. NAVASOTA (AO-106) for further transfer to U.S.S. EVERETT (PF-8)
        for duty.
        Pursuant to orders of Commanding Officer, U.S. Naval Receiving Station, San Francisco,
        California, authority ComCruDesPac dispatch 200001Z of June 1951, HODGE, V.M., BTC, 336
        88 09, USN, reported aboard with baggage, records and transfer papers for duty.

        Pursuant to orders of Commanding Officer, U.S. Naval Receiving Station, Great Lakes, Illinois,
        authority ComCruDesPac dispatch 270011Z of June 1951, ANDERSON, L.T., MML1, 411 33
        20, USNR, reported aboard with baggage, records and transfer papers for duty.
        Pursuant to orders of Commanding Officer, U.S. Naval Receiving Station, San Francisco,
        California, authority ComCruDesPac dispatch 052345Z of July 1951, WELLMAN, G.J., MML3,
        954 45 36, USNR, reported aboard with baggage, records and transfer papers for duty.

        Pursuant to orders Commanding Officer, U.S. Naval Receiving Station, San Francisco,
        California, authority ComCruDesPac dispatch 052345Z of July 1951, CALHOUN, J.A., MML3,
        339 08 03, USNR, reported aboard with baggage, records and transfer papers for duty.

        Pursuant to orders of Commanding Officer, U.S. Naval Receiving Station, San Francisco,
        California, authority ComCruDesPac dispatch 062037Z of July 1951, DEDEKER, H.V., BTG1,
        359 66 50, USNR, reported aboard with baggage, records and transfer papers for duty.

1100    Completed fueling ship having received 1923 bbls of fuel oil at 60° F. Maneuvering on various
        courses at various speeds to take screening station.
1120    On station in station No. 8 of 11 station open concentric circular screen on circle 4.5, screen
        sector origin 040° (T), with guide U.S.S. NAVASOTA (AO-106) bearing 089°(T), distance 4500
        yards.
        E.L. REEB, LTJG., USN
1200-   Steaming as before.
1600
1213    Made bathythermograph measure.
1304    Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to take waiting station 1800 yards astern
        U.S.S. GRAFFIAS (AF-29).
1320    On station. Set base course 220° (T & PGC), 230° (PSC). Set base speed 10 knots (087 RPM).

1323    Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to go alongside to starboard of U.S.S.
        GRAFFIAS (AF-29) for replenishment.
1409    Completed replenishment. Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to take
        screening station No. 1.
1442    On station in station No. 1 of a 10 ship open concentric circular screen, screen sector origin
        000° (T), formation 4-R, axis 220° (T) with guide in U.S.S. HELENA (CA-75) bearing 180° (T),
        distance 4500 yards. Station No. 9 unassigned. Set base course 220° (T & PGC), 229° (PSC).
        Set base speed 25 knots (247 RPM).
1443    Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).
1446    Changed course to 020° (T & PGC), 028° (PSC). Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).

1452    Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).
1505    Changed course to 000° (T & PGC), 010° (PSC).
        C.C. BROWN, LTJG., USNR
1600-   Steaming as before.
2000
1633    Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).
1642    Changed course to 320° (T & PGC), 330° (PSC). Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).

1714    Formation axis changed to 180° (T).
1721    Changed speed to 27 knots (274 RPM).
1750    Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).
1759    Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).
1806    Changed course to 180° (T & PGC), 190° (PSC).
1849    Changed course to 250° (T & PGC), 258° (PSC). Changed speed to 27 knots (274 RPM).

1922    Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).
1923    Exercised the crew at General Quarters for dusk alert.
1931    Changed course to 070° (T & PGC), 078° (PSC). Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).

1945    Set condition of readiness III.
        E.L. REEB, LTJG., USN
2000-   Steaming as before.
2400
2012    Changed course to 250° (T & PGC), 260° (PSC). Changed speed to 25 knots (247 RPM).

2017    Changed   course to 270° (T & PGC), 280° (PSC).
2030    Changed   course to 300° (T & PGC), 308° (PSC).
2042    Changed   speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).
2130    Changed   course to 090° (T & PGC), 098° (PSC). Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).

2304    Changed course to 260° (T & PGC), 268° (PSC).
2305    Proceeding to plane guard station No. 1 on U.S.S. PRINCETON (CV-37).
2310    Changed course to 280° (T & PGC), 288° (PSC).
2315    Changed course to 300° (T & PGC), 309° (PSC).
2316    On plane guard station No. 1 on U.S.S. PRINCETON (CV-37) bearing 345° (T), distance 1500
        yards.
2317    Changed course to 320° (T & PGC), 330° (PSC).
2323    Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).
2328    Changed speed to 27 knots (274 RPM).
        J.B. SHERIDAN, LTJG., USNR
        Monday, 6 August 1951
0000-   Steaming in company with Task Force 77 off east coast of Korea on course 320° (T & PGC),
0400    330° (PSC), speed 27 knots (274 RPM) under boilers No. 1 and No. 3. Assigned station No. 1
        of a 10 ship closed concentric circular screen on circle 4.5, screen sector origin 000° (T),
        formation 4-R, formation axis 180° (T), guide in U.S.S. HELENA (CA-75) bearing 180° (T),
        distance 4500 yards. Maneuvering in plane guard station No. 1, 165° Relative, 1500 yards
        from U.S.S. PRINCETON (CV-37). Ship in material condition Baker, condition of readiness III.
0008    OTC is ComCarDivFIVE in U.S.S. PRINCETON (CV-37).
        All operations completed. Maneuvering on various courses and speeds to take station No. 1.

0009    Changed formation speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).
0014    Changed formation speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).
0021    Changed formation course to 100° (T & PGC), 110° (PSC).
0028    On station in station No. 1, guide in U.S.S. HELENA (CA-75) bearing 180° (T), distance 4500
        yards.
0040    Commenced zig zag plan No. 20, base course 100° (T & PGC), 110° (PSC).
0253    Ceased zig zagging, set course 070° (T & PGC), 080° (PSC).
0300    Changed course to 240° (T & PGC), 248° (PSC).
0307    Commenced zig zag plan No. 20, base course 240° (T & PGC), 248° (PSC).
0347    Ceased zig zagging, set course 260° (T & PGC), 267° (PSC).
0355    Rotated formation axis to 260° (T).
        W.A. KANAKANUI JR., LTJG., USN
0400-   Steaming as before.
0800
0407    Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).
0416    Changed course to 270° (T & PGC), 278° (PSC). Changed speed to 27 knots (274 RPM).

0433    Changed   speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).
0439    Changed   speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).
0505    Changed   course to 130° (T & PGC), 136° (PSC).
0526    Changed   course to 170° (T & PGC), 176° (PSC).
0545    Changed   course to 240° (T & PGC), 246° (PSC). Changed speed to 25 knots (247 RPM).

0602    Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).
0605    Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to go alongside U.S.S. BOXER (CV-21).
0627    Alongside starboard quarter of U.S.S. BOXER (CV-21). Changed course to 060° (T & PGC),
        069° (PSC). Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).
0632    Pursuant to orders of Commanding Officer, authority ComNavFe dispatch 040743Z of August
        1951, PENIX, L.R., EMP2, 386 44 15, USNR, was transferred with baggage, records and
        transfer papers to U.S.S. BOXER (CV-21) for further transfer to continental United States for
        emergency leave. Commenced transfer of freight.
0705    Completed freight transfer. Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to take
        screening station.
0729    On station in station No. 1 of 10 ship closed concentric circular screen on circle 4.5 with guide
        U.S.S. HELENA (CA-75) bearing 180° (T), distance 4500 yards. Changed course to 240° (T &
        PGC), 246° (PSC). Changed speed to 25 knots (247 RPM).
0749    Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).
0756    Changed course to 120° (T & PGC), 126° (PSC).
        E.L. REEB, LTJG., USN
0800-   Steaming as before. Mustered crew on stations. Absentees: none.
1200
0840    Changed course to 020° (T & PGC), 028° (PSC).
0901    Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).
0905    Changed course to 250° (T & PGC), 258° (PSC). Changed speed to 23 knots (224 RPM).

0911    Changed course to 255° (T & PGC), 265° (PSC).
0918    Changed course to 265° (T & PGC), 275° (PSC).
0920    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples. Conditions normal.

0933    Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to go alongside U.S.S. BOXER (CV-21).

0953    Alongside starboard quarter of U.S.S. BOXER (CV-21). Set base course 095° (T & PGC), 102°
        (PSC). Set base speed 15 knots (139 RPM).
1015    Completed freight transfer. Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to take
        screening station No. 1.
1030    On station in station No. 1 with guide in U.S.S. HELENA (CA-75) bearing 180° (T) distance
        4500 yards. Set base course 095 (T & PGC), 104° (PSC). Set base speed 15 knots (139 RPM).

1037    Changed course to 260° (T & PGC), 268° (PSC). Changed speed to 23 knots (224 RPM).

1042    Changed course to 270° (T & PGC), 278° (PSC).
1105    Changed course to 260° (T & PGC), 268° (PSC).
1115    Changed speed to 17 knots (160 RPM).
1117    Changed course to 080° (T & PGC), 089° (PSC).
1152    Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).
        C.C. BROWN, LTJG., USNR
1200-   Steaming as before.
1600
1207    Changed course to 260° (T & PGC), 268° (PSC), speed to 23 knots (224 RPM).
1232    Changed course to 250° (T & PGC), 259° (PSC), speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).
1238    Changed course to 080° (T & PGC), 089° (PSC), speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).
1247    Steering various courses at various speeds to reorient to station No. 3.
1301    On station in station No. 3, guide bearing 216° (T), distance 4500 yards.
1308    Maneuvering on various courses and speeds reorienting to station No. 1.
1314    On station in station No. 1, guide bearing 180° (T), distance 4500 yards.
1350    Changed course to 260° (T & PGC), 268° (PSC), speed to 23 knots (224 RPM).
1416    Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).
1423    Changed course to 080° (T & PGC), 089° (PSC), speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).
1458    Changed course to 260° (T & PGC), 268° (PSC).
1519    Changed speed to 25 knots (247 RPM).
1527    Changed course to 250° (T & PGC), 257° (PSC).
1541    Changed course to 240° (T & PGC), 248° (PSC). Changed speed to 23 knots (224 RPM).

1545    Changed course to 230° (T & PGC), 235° (PSC). Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).

1556    Changed course to 050° (T & PGC), 059° (PSC).
        J.B. SHERIDAN, LTJG., USNR
1600-   Steaming as before.
2000
1624    Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).
1656    Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to take plane guard station on U.S.S.
        PRINCETON (CV-37).
1703    Changed course to 210° (T & PGC), 220° (PSC). Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).

1705    On station for plane guard with U.S.S. PRINCETON (CV-37) bearing 195° (T), distance 1500
        yards.
1730    Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to take screening station No. 1.
1732    Changed course to 000° (T & PGC), 009° (PSC).
1738    Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).
1740    On station in station No. 1 with guide in U.S.S. HELENA (CA-75) bearing 180° (T), distance
        4500 yards.
1742    Formation axis rotated to 220° (T).
1820    Changed course to 030° (T & PGC), 036° (PSC).
1834    Changed course to 200° (T & PGC), 206° (PSC). Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).

1912    Changed course to 090° (T & PGC), 095° (PSC). Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).

1939    Changed course to 290° (T & PGC), 299° (PSC).
        C.C. BROWN, LTJG., USNR
2000-   Steaming as before.
2400
2011    Changed   course   to   210°   (T   &   PGC),   218°   (PSC).
2050    Changed   course   to   130°   (T   &   PGC),   136°   (PSC).
2157    Changed   course   to   320°   (T   &   PGC),   330°   (PSC).
2300    Changed   course   to   190°   (T   &   PGC),   196°   (PSC). Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).

2310    Changed course to 210° (T & PGC), 215° (PSC). Changed speed to 18 knots (171 RPM).

2319    Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).
2334    Changed course to 220° (T & PGC), 225° (PSC).
2347    Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).
        J.B. SHERIDAN, LTJG., USNR
        Tuesday, 7 August 1951
0000-   Steaming in company with Task Force 77 off east coast of Korea on course 110° (T & PGC),
0400    116° (PSC), speed 15 knots (139 RPM) under boilers No. 1 and No. 3. In station No. 1 of a
        closed concentric circular screen on circle 4.5, 10 ships, 10 stations, screen sector origin 000°
        (T), formation axis 220° (T), guide in U.S.S. HELENA (CA-75) bearing 180° (T), distance 4500
        yards. Ship in material condition Baker, condition of readiness III. OTC is ComCarDivFIVE in
        U.S.S. PRINCETON (CV-37).
0005    Commenced zig zag plan No. 20, base course 110° (T & PGC), 116° (PSC).
0155    Ceased zig zagging. Set course 130° (T & PGC), 140° (PSC).
0200    Changed course to 315° (T & PGC), 322° (PSC).
0214    Commenced zig zag plan No. 20, base course 315° (T & PGC), 322° (PSC).
        W.A. KANAKANUI JR., LTJG., USN
0400-   Steaming as before.
0800
0431    Ceased zig zagging. Changed course to 315° (T & PGC), 321° (PSC).
0437    Changed course to 270° (T & PGC), 279° (PSC). Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).

0441    Changed   speed to 25 knots (247 RPM).
0442    Changed   course to 260° (T & PGC), 269°               (PSC).
0448    Changed   speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).
0455    Changed   speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).
0502    Changed   course to 100° (T & PGC), 105°               (PSC).
0600    Changed   course to 260° (T & PGC), 269°               (PSC).
0606    Changed   speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).
0608    Changed   course to 270° (T & PGC), 279°               (PSC).
0614    Changed   speed to 25 knots (247 RPM).
0620    Changed   speed to 27 knots (274 knots).
0621    Changed   course to 260° (T & PGC), 269°               (PSC).
0622    Changed   speed to 25 knots (247 RPM).
0625    Changed   speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).
0629    Changed   course to 100° (T & PGC), 109°               (PSC). Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).

0642    Formation axis changed to 260° (T).
0730    Changed course to 270° (T & PGC), 278° (PSC). Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).

0737    Changed course to 260° (T & PGC), 268° (PSC).
0745    Changed course to 250° (T & PGC), 258° (PSC).
0747    Changed course to 240° (T & PGC), 248° (PSC).
0750    Changed course to 250° (T & PGC), 258° (PSC).
0753    Changed course to 260° (T & PGC), 268° (PSC).
        E.L. REEB, LTJG., USN
0800-   Steaming as before. Mustered crew on stations. Absentees: None.
1200
0803    Changed   speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).
0806    Changed   course to 000° (T & PGC), 009° (PSC).
0835    Changed   course to 165° (T & PGC), 170° (PSC).
0905    Changed   course to 250° (T & PGC), 257° (PSC). Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).

0910    Changed   course   to   260°   (T   &   PGC),   267°   (PSC).
0919    Changed   course   to   250°   (T   &   PGC),   257°   (PSC).
0926    Changed   course   to   240°   (T   &   PGC),   247°   (PSC).
0940    Changed   course   to   045°   (T   &   PGC),   054°   (PSC). Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).

0953    Changed course to 065° (T & PGC), 074° (PS).
0955    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples. Conditions normal.

1036    Changed course to 240° (T & PGC), 246° (PSC). Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).

1102    Changed   course to 230° (T & PGC), 236° (PSC).
1107    Changed   speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).
1109    Changed   course to 050° (T & PGC), 058° (PSC).
1120    Changed   course to 230° (T & PGC), 236° (PSC). Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).

1130    Changed course to 040° (T & PGC), 048° (PSC).
1132    Changed speed to 17 knots (160 RPM).
1133    On station in station No. 1 of an 11 ship closed concentric circular screen on circle 4.5 with
        guide in U.S.S. HELENA (CA-75) bearing 180° (T), distance 4500 yards. U.S.S. TINGEY (DD-
        539) joined screen in station No. 8.
        C.C. BROWN, LTJG., USNR
1200-   Steaming as before.
1600
1204    Changed course to 225° (T & PGC), 230° (PSC). Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).

1230    Changed course to 235° (T & PGC), 240° (PSC).
1238    Changed course to 045° (T & PGC), 053° (PSC). Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).

1332    Changed course to 250° (T & PGC), 257° (PSC). Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).

1346    Changed   course to 230° (T & PGC), 238°               (PSC).
1353    Changed   speed to 25 knots (247 RPM).
1359    Changed   course to 245° (T & PGC), 252°               (PSC).
1405    Changed   course to 220° (T & PGC), 228°               (PSC).
1408    Changed   speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).
1413    Changed   course to 070° (T & PGC), 075°               (PSC). Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).

1503    Changed course to 215° (T & PGC), 226° (PSC). Changed speed to 25 knots (247 RPM).

1515    Changed course to 205° (T & PGC), 210° (PSC).
1521    Formation axis rotated to 200° (T).
1529    Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).
1535    Changed course to 020° (T & PGC), 025° (PSC), changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).

        J.B. SHERIDAN, LTJG., USNR
1600-   Steaming as before.
2000
1647    Changed course to 200° (T & PGC), 204° (PSC). Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).

1720    Changed course to 000° (T & PGC), 010° (PSC).
1748    Changed course to 200° (T & PGC), 206° (PSC). Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).

1754    Changed   course   to   185°   (T   &   PGC),   192°   (PSC).
1759    Changed   course   to   095°   (T   &   PGC),   102°   (PSC).
1818    Changed   course   to   190°   (T   &   PGC),   198°   (PSC).
1822    Changed   course   to   205°   (T   &   PGC),   210°   (PSC). Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).

1855    Changed course to 040° (T & PGC), 045° (PSC). Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).

1935    Changed course to 300° (T & PGC), 312° (PSC).
        C.C. BROWN, LTJG., USNR
2000-   Steaming as before.
2400
2000    Changed course to 200° (T & PGC), 205° (PSC). Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).

2005    Changed course to 210° (T & PGC), 215° (PSC).
2013    Changed course to 220° (T & PGC), 225° (PSC). Changed speed to 22 knots (213 RPM).

2036    Changed   speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).
2039    Changed   course to 090° (T & PGC), 098°               (PSC).
2141    Changed   course to 200° (T & PGC), 205°               (PSC).
2202    Changed   speed to 18 knots (171 RPM).
2237    Changed   course to 190° (T & PGC), 195°               (PSC).
2250    Changed   speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).
2301    Changed   course to 090° (T & PGC), 098°               (PSC).
2325    Commenced zig zag plan No. 20.
        J.B. SHERIDAN, LTJG., USNR
        Wednesday, 8 August 1951
0000-   Steaming in company with Task Force 77 off east coast of Korea on zig zag plan No. 20 on
0400    base course of 090° (T & PGC), 098° (PSC), speed 15 knots (139 RPM) under boilers Nos. 1
        and 3. In station No. 1 of a closed concentric circular screen on circle 4.5, 11 stations, 11
        ships, screen sector origin 000° (T), formation 4-R, formation axis 200° (T), guide in U.S.S.
        HELENA (CA-75) bearing 180° (T), distance 4500 yards. Ship in material condition Baker,
        condition of readiness III. OTC is ComCarDivFIVE in U.S.S. PRINCETON (CV-37).
0123    Ceased zig zagging. Set course 090° (T & PGC), 098° (PSC).
0130    Changed course to 295° (T & PGC), 304° (PSC).
0137    Commenced zig zagging plan No. 20, base course 295° (T & PGC), 304° (PSC).
0227    Ceased zig zagging, set course 295° (T & PGC), 304° (PSC). DesDivTWELVE and
        CortDivTWENTY ONE joined formation. Maneuvering on various courses and speeds to take
        station No. 1 of a 19 ship closed concentric circular screen on circle 6.5, 19 stations, 19 ships.

0236    On station No. 1, guide in U.S.S. HELENA (CA-75) bearing 180° (T) , distance 6500 yards.

        W.A. KANAKANUI JR., LTJG., USN
0400-   Steaming as before.
0800
0411    Changed course to 090° (T & PGC), 098° (PSC).
0420    Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).
0504    Formation axis changed to 250° (T).
0518    Changed course to 130° (T & PGC), 139° (PSC).
0524    Formation axis changed to 290° (T).
0610    Changed course to 160° (T & PGC), 169° (PSC).
0620    Changed course to 200° (T & PGC), 208° (PSC).
0625    T.E. 92.11 joined the formation. Formation changed to 4F. Maneuvering on various courses at
        various speeds to take screening station.
0659    On station in station No. 10 of 19 station open concentric circular screen on circle 6.5 with
        guide U.S.S. NAVASOTA (AO-106) bearing 085 (T), distance 6500 yards. Changed course to
        200° (T & PGC), 208° (PSC). Changed speed to 10 knots (087 RPM).
        E.L. REEB, LTJG., USN
0800-   Steaming as before. Mustered crew at quarters. Absentees: None.
1200
0806    Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to take station No. 11 of a 12 ship open
        concentric circular screen, circle 4, with guide in U.S.S. NAVASOTA (AO-106), bearing 330°
        (T), distance 4000 yards.
0825    On station in station No. 11. Set base course 200° (T & PGC), 208° (PSC), set base speed 10
        knots (087 RPM).
0915    U.S.S. LOS ANGELES (CA-135), U.S.S. CUNNINGHAM (DD-752) and U.S.S. BLUE (DD-744)
        joined formation.
0957    Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to take screening station No. 5 on circle 4.

1010    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples. Conditions normal.

1013    On station in station No. 5 with guide in U.S.S. NAVASOTA (AO-106) bearing 240° (T),
        distance 4000 yards. Set base course 200° (T & PGC), 208° (PSC). Set base speed 10 knots
        (087 RPM).
1038    Pursuant to CTF 77 dispatch 041945Z proceeded enroute to Sasebo, Japan, in column
        formation with guide in U.S.S. FLOYD B. PARKS (DD-884) bearing 170° (T), distance 1000
        yards. Set base course 170° (T & PGC), 180° (PSC). Set base speed 20 knots (192 RPM).

1050    Changed course to 193° (T & PGC), 198° (PSC). Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).
        C.C. BROWN, LTJG., USNR
1200-   Steaming as before.
1600
1258    Changed course to 180° (T & PGC), 183° (PSC).
        J.B. SHERIDAN, LTJG., USNR
1600-   Steaming as before.
2000
1604    Changed course to 150° (T & PGC), 153° (PSC).
1614    Changed course to 180° (T & PGC), 183° (PSC).
        C.C. BROWN, LTJG., USNR
2000-   Steaming as before.
2400
        J.B. SHERIDAN, LTJG., USNR
        Thursday, 9 August 1951
0000-   Steaming in company with DesDivELEVEN less U.S.S. PERKINS (DDR-877) in route Sasebo,
0400    Japan, on course 242° (T & PGC), 247° (PSC), speed 15 knots (139 RPM), under boilers Nos. 1
        and 3 in column normal order. Guide is U.S.S. FLOYD B. PARKS (DD-884) bearing 242° (T),
        distance 1000 yards. Ship in material condition Baker, condition of readiness III. OTC is
        ComDesRonONE in U.S.S. FLOYD B. PARKS (DD-884).
0218    Changed course to 262° (T & PGC), 268° (PSC).
0237    Changed course to 242° (T & PGC), 248° (PSC).
        J.B. SHERIDAN, LTJG., USNR
0400-   Steaming as before.
0800
0428    Passed Kyaku Shima light abeam to port, distance 21 miles.
0450    Sighted Ko Saki light bearing 262° (T), distance 12.5 miles.
0515    Changed course to 239° (T & PGC), 244° (PSC). Changed speed to 17 knots (160 RPM).

0755    Changed course to 180° (T & PGC), 185° (PSC).
0756    Exercised the crew at General Quarters for AA firing.
0758    Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM). Changed course to 110° (T & PGC), 115° (PSC).

        E.L. REEB, LTJG, USN
0800-   Steaming as before.
1200
0817    Changed course to 290° (T & PGC), 298° (PSC).
0822    U.S.S. JOHN R. CRAIG (DD-885) designated guide bearing 290° (T), distance 1000 yards.

0849    Changed course to 020° (T & PGC), 029° (PSC).
0901    Changed course to 110° (T & PGC), 115° (PSC).
0903    Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).
0915    Set condition of readiness III.
0916    Mustered the crew on stations. Absentees: None.
1008    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples. Conditions normal.

1022    Expended 810 rounds of 40MM HEIT ammunition during firing exercise.
1049    Changed course to 193° (T & PGC), 198° (PSC).
1053    U.S.S. FLOYD B. PARKS (DD 884) designated guide bearing 193° (T), distance 1000 yards.

1156    Changed course to 116° (T & PGC), 125° (PSC).
        C.C. BROWN, LTJG., USNR
1200-   Steaming as before.
1600
1221    Changed course to 108° (T & PGC), 115° (PSC).
1235    Changed course to 045° (T & PGC), 052° (PSC).
1249    Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM). Proceeding independently.
1250    Changed course to 092° (T & PGC), 100° (PSC). Made all preparations for entering port.
        Captain at the conn, Navigator on the bridge. Steering various courses at various speeds to
        conform to the channel and all local harbor regulations.
1304    Passed the Sheri Se lighthouse abeam to starboard, distance 3000 yards, entered inland
        waters.
1419    Moored, starboard side to motofume fuel docks Sasebo Ko, Sasebo, Japan, with six 6" manila
        lines, all doubled. SOPA ComServDivTHREE.
1420    Commenced fueling ship, draft fwd 13' 6", aft 13' 0".
1528    Completed fueling ship having received on board 95,123 gallons of fuel oil at 60° F. Draft of
        ship fwd 13' 8", aft 14' 8".
1530    Pursuant to BuPers Orders - Pers-B1113-Mar 1, dated 7 May 1951, ENSIGN John G. ALVIS,
        USN, reported aboard for duty.
        Pursuant to Standard Transfer Orders, U.S. Naval Receiving Station, San Francisco, California,
        No. 1617-51, dated 18 July 1951, FISETTE, Leonard, 300 48 25, MML1, USNR, reported
        aboard for duty.
        Pursuant to U.S. Naval Hospital No. 3923 order No. 2816-51, dated 1 August 1951,
        LUCIANO, Michael A., 607 74 69, BM2, USNR, returned aboard for duty.
        Pursuant to U.S. Naval Hospital No. 3923 order No. 2854-51, dated 3 August 1951,
        LACHOWICZ, Leo V., 247 84 85, MM2, USN, reported aboard for duty.
        Pursuant to U.S. Naval Receiving Station, San Francisco, California, order No. 1671-51, dated
        23 July, 1951, McCORMICK, William, 857 69 33, QMQ1, USNR, reported aboard for duty.

        Pursuant to U.S. Naval Receiving Station, San Francisco, California, order No. 686-51, dated
        25 July 1951, WILLIAMS, William, 301 13 39, MML3, USNR, reported aboard for duty.

        Pursuant to U.S.S. DIXIE (AD-14) Standard Transfer Order No. T-889-51, dated 9 July 1951,
        JOHNSON, Warren (n), 557 94 57, SN, USN, reported aboard for duty.
        Pursuant to U. S. Naval Receiving Station, San Francisco, California, Standard Transfer Order
        No. 1617-51, dated 18 July 1951, BAIRD, John P., 314 34 04, MML3, USNR, reported
        aboard for duty.
1550    Pursuant to BuPers Order No. Pers-B 1118 (B11f), dated 15 May 1951, LTJG. Frank P.
        PRYOR, USN, returned aboard having completed Temporary Additional Duty in Washington,
        D.C.
        J.B. SHERIDAN, LTJG., USNR
1600-   Moored as before.
2000
1618    Made preparations for getting underway.
1629    Underway from alongside No. 2 motofume Fuel docks, and maneuvering at various courses at
        various speeds to go alongside the U.S.S. PIEDMONT (AD-17).
1710    Moored at buoy No. 1, Sasebo, Japan, starboard side to the U.S.S. PIEDMONT (AD-17) using 6-
        6" manila lines, all doubled and one 1¼ inch cable. SOPA is ComServRonTHREE in the U.S.S.
        HECTOR (AR-7).
1755    Commenced receiving electrical power from the U.S.S. PIEDMONT (AD-17).
1800    Pursuant to Standard Transfer Order of 9 August 1951. The following named men were
        transferred with bag, baggage, records, and transfer papers to the Fleet Activities, Sasebo,
        Japan, for further transfer, WHITE, R.R., 386 12 49, BT1, USN, CHAMBERLAIN, C.P., 280
        92 11, BT3, USN, BADGER, W.I., 209 92 69, MMFN, USN.

        W.F. QUINN Jr., ENS., USNR
2000-   Moored as before.
2400
        J.E. WILLIE, ENS., USN
        Friday, 10 August 1951
 0000-   Moored starboard side to U.S.S. PIEDMONT (AD-17) at berth No. 1, Sasebo Ko, Sasebo,
 0400    Japan, with six 6" manila lines, all doubled and a wire rope fore and after. U.S.S. JOHN R.
         CRAIG (DD-885) moored to port side. Ship in material condition Baker Modified. Receiving the
         following auxiliary services: steam and electricity. SOPA is ComServRonTHREE in U.S.S.
         HECTOR (AR-7). Ships present: various units of the United Nations Naval Forces.
         J.B. SHERIDAN, LTJG., USNR
 0400-   Moored as before.
 0800
         J.B. SHERIDAN, LTJG., USNR
080-1200 Moored as before.

  0800   Mustered the crew at quarters. Absentees: *Longacre, Y., GM2, USNR.
  1100   Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples. Conditions normal. Made
         weekly test of magazine sprinkling systems. Condition satisfactory.
         J.E. WILLIE, ENS., USN
 1200-   Moored as before.
 1600
 1340    *Longacre, Y., GM2, USNR, returned absent over leave since 2300, 9 August 1951.
 1440    Fleet Activity Water Barge No. 4 alongside.
 1500    Commenced taking on fresh water.
         D.F. DWIGGINS, LTJG., USNR
 1600-   Moored as before.
 2000
 1640    Ceased taking on fresh water, having received 13,000 gallons.
         D.F. DWIGGINS, LTJG., USNR
 2000-   Moored as before.
 2400
         D.F. DWIGGINS, LTJG., USNR
         Saturday, 11 August 1951
 0000-   Moored starboard side to U.S.S. PIEDMONT (AD-17) at berth No. 1, Sasebo Ko, Sasebo,
 0400    Japan, with six 6" manila lines, all doubled and two 1¼" wire rope fwd and aft. U.S.S. JOHN R.
         CRAIG (DD-885) moored port side. Ship is in material condition Baker Modified. Receiving the
         following auxiliary services from the U.S.S. PIEDMONT (AD-17): steam and electricity. SOPA is
         ComServThree in the U.S.S. HECTOR (AR-7). Ships present: various units of the United
         Nations Naval Forces, various yard and district craft.
         D.F. DWIGGINS, LTJG., USNR
 0400-   Moored as before.
 0800
         D.F. DWIGGINS, LTJG., USNR
 0800-   Moored as before. Mustered the crew on stations. Absentees: *Herke, W.J., SN, USN, and
 1200    *Meeks, J., SA, USN.
 1100    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples. Conditions normal.

         E.L. REEB, LTJG, USN
 1200-   Moored as before.
 1600
 1203    *Meeks, J., SA, USN, returned absent over leave since 2300, August 10, 1951.
         F.A. MILLER, ENS., USN
 1600-   Moored as before.
 2000
         J.K. HUSHION, ENS., USNR
 2000-   Moored as before.
 2400
 2355    *Climper, W.C., SA, USN, returned without a liberty card and was made a prisoner at large.
        C.C. BROWN, LTJG., USNR
        Sunday, 12 August 1951
0000-   Moored starboard side to U.S.S. PIEDMONT (AD-17) at Berth No. 1, Sasebo Ko, Sasebo,
0400    Japan, with six 6" manila lines, all doubled and a wire rope fore and after. U.S.S. JOHN R.
        CRAIG (DD-885) moored port side. Ship in material condition Baker Modified. Receiving the
        following auxiliary services from the U.S.S. PIEDMONT (AD-17): steam and electricity. SOPA is
        ComServRonTHREE in the U.S.S. HECTOR (AR-7). Ships present: various units of the United
        Nations Naval Forces, various yard and district craft.
        F.A. MILLER, ENS., USN
0400-   Moored as before.
0800
        F.A. MILLER, ENS., USN
0800-   Moored as before. Mustered crew on stations. Absentees: *Herke, W.J., SN, USN.
1200
1140    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples. Conditions normal.

        C.C. BROWN, LTJG., USNR
1200-   Moored as before.
1600
1325    *Herke, W.J., SN, USN, returned absent over leave since 2300, 10 August 1951.
        J.G. ALVIS, ENS., USN
1600-   Moored as before.
2000
1730    Pursuant to Art. C-5205 BuPers Manual, ACOSTA, P.P., SD2, 583 11 31, USN, returned on
        board having completed treatment at U.S. Naval Hospital, Yokosuka, Japan.

1950    *Logan, C.S., RDSN, USN, returned to the ship in custody of LTJG. C.C. BROWN, having been
        arrested by the shore patrol for being out of uniform.
        R.F. CARSON, LTJG., USNR
2000-   Moored as before.
2400
        F.P. PRYOR, LTJG., USN
        Monday, 13 August 1951
0000-   Moored starboard side to U.S.S. PIEDMONT (AD-17) at Berth No. 1, Sasebo Ko, Sasebo,
0400    Japan, with six 6" manila lines, all doubled and a wire rope fore and aft. U.S.S. JOHN R. CRAIG
        (DD-885) moored port side. Ship in material condition Baker Modified. Receiving the following
        services from the U.S.S. PIEDMONT (AD-17): steam and electricity. SOPA is
        ComServRonTHREE in the U.S.S. HECTOR (AR-7). Ships present: various units of the United
        Nations Naval Forces and various yard and district craft.
        R.F. CARSON, LTJG., USNR
0400-   Moored as before.
0800
        F.P. PRYOR, LTJG., USN
0800-   Moored as before. Mustered the crew on stations. Absentees: None.
1200
1010    Pursuant to ComFltAct, Sasebo, Japan, orders, JONES, R.D., 369 43 51, PN3, returned to
        duty from U.S. Naval Hospital, Yokosuka, Japan, with baggage, records and transfer papers.
        Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples. Conditions normal.

        J.G. ALVIS, ENS., USN
1200-   Moored as before.
1600
1130    Lowered colors to half mast until sunset, day of funeral of Hon. Stephen P. EARLY, former
        Secretary of Defense.
1300    Captain, with assistance of other officers of U.S.S. FLOYD B. PARKS (DD-884), came aboard to
        conduct official administrative inspection.
1315    Commenced lower decks and administrative inspection.
1400    ComDesRonONE came aboard for unofficial visit.
1440    ComDesRonONE and Captain of U.S.S. FLOYD B. PARKS (DD-884) left the ship.
1530    Secured from inspection.
        R.H. HAMMERSHOY, ENS., USN
1600-   Moored as before.
2000
        W.A. KANAKANUI Jr., LTJG., USN
2000-   Moored as before.
2400
        F.W. DAVENPORT, LT., USN
        Tuesday, 14 August 1951
0000-   Moored starboard side to U.S.S. PIEDMONT (AD-17) at Berth No. 1, Sasebo Ko, Sasebo,
0400    Japan, with six 6" manila lines, all doubled and a wire rope fore and aft. U.S.S. JOHN R. CRAIG
        (DD-885) moored alongside to port. Ship in material condition Baker Modified. Receiving the
        following auxiliary services from U.S.S. PIEDMONT (AD-17): steam and electricity. SOPA is
        ComServRonTHREE in U.S.S. HECTOR (AR-7). Ships present: various units of the United
        Nations Naval Forces, various yard and district craft.
        R.H. HAMMERSHOY, ENS., USN
0400-   Moored as before.
0800
        W.A. KANAKANUI Jr., LTJG., USN
0800-   Moored as before.
1200
0800    Mustered the crew at quarters. Absentees: None.
0805    Commodore JENSEN, ComDesRonONE, accompanied by an inspection board from the U.S.S.
        FLOYD B. PARKS (DD-884) came on board, breaking his flag, and began inspection of
        personnel and all spaces.
1045    Commodore JENSEN, ComDesRonONE, left the ship.
1130    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples. Conditions normal.

        R.H. HAMMERSHOY, ENS., USN
1200-   Moored as before.
1600
1515    Pursuant to ComFltAct Sasebo, orders Ser 2769 of 13 August 1951, LTJG. K.S. KIM, 80697,
        ROKN, reported on board for temporary additional duty as Korean Liaison Officer.

        J.E. WILLIE, ENS., USN
1600-   Moored as before.
2000
1700    Commenced taking on fresh water.
1730    Completed taking on fresh water, having received 3200 gallons.
        W.F. QUINN Jr., ENS., USNR
2000-   Moored as before.
2400
        D.F. DWIGGINS, LTJG., USNR
        Wednesday, 15 August 1951
0000-   Moored starboard side to U.S.S. PIEDMONT (AD-17) at Berth No. 1, Sasebo Ko, Sasebo,
0400    Japan, with six 6" manila lines, all doubled and a 1¼" wire rope fore and aft. Ships in the nest
        are: U.S.S. JOHN R. CRAIG (DD-885) and U.S.S. TACOMA (PF-3). Ship in material condition
        Baker Modified. Receiving the following services from the U.S.S. PIEDMONT (AD-17): steam
        and electricity. SOPA is ComServRonTHREE in the U.S.S. HECTOR (AR-7). Ships present:
        various units of the United Nations Naval Forces and various yard and district craft.
        J.B. SHERIDAN, LTJG., USNR
0400-   Moored as before.
0800
        E.L. REEB, LTJG, USN
0800-   Moored as before. Mustered the crew on stations. Absentees: None.
1200
1100    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples. Conditions normal.

        E.L. REEB, LTJG, USN
1200-   Moored as before.
1600
        J.K. HUSHION, ENS., USNR
1600-   Moored as before.
2000
        R.F. CARSON, LTJG., USNR
2000-   Moored as before.
2400
        F.A. MILLER, ENS., USN
        Thursday, 16 August 1951
0000-   Moored starboard side to U.S.S. PIEDMONT (AD-17) at berth No. 1, Sasebo Harbor, Sasebo,
0400    Japan, with six 6" standard manila lines, all doubled, and a 1¼" wire rope fore and aft. U.S.S.
        JOHN R. CRAIG (DD-885) moored to port. Ship is in material condition Baker Modified.
        Receiving the following services from U.S.S. PIEDMONT (AD-17): steam and electricity. SOPA
        is ComServRonTHREE in U.S.S. HECTOR (AR-7). Ships present: various units of the U.S. Pacific
        Fleet, United Nations Naval Forces and miscellaneous yard and district craft.
        C.C. BROWN, LTJG., USNR
0400-   Moored as before.
0800
        C.C. BROWN, LTJG., USNR
0800-   Moored as before.
1200
0800    Mustered crew on stations. Absentees: *Gruber, H., MM3, USN; *Rilea, M.F., FN, USN;
        *Trump, B.H., FA, USN, and *Herbeck, K.L., FA, USN.
0820    *Gruber, H., MM3, USN, returned absent over leave since 2300, 15 August 1951.
0830    *Rilea, M.F., FN, USN, returned absent over leave since 2300, 15 August 1951.
0855    Lighted fires under boiler No. 3.
0915    LTJG. John B. SHERIDAN, USNR, accepted the commission of Lieutenant, USNR, and
        executed the oath of office. Ensign John K. HUSHION, USNR, accepted the commission of
        Lieutenant Junior Grade, USNR, and executed the oath of office.
0905    Let fires die out under boiler No. 1.
1020    Cut in boiler No. 3 on the main steam line.
1030    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples. Conditions normal.

1105    Pursuant to Standard Transfer Order, ENGLISH, Charles, SN, 839 20 74, USN, was
        transferred with bag, baggage, records and transfer papers to C.O. Flagship ComCruDesPac
        FFA by authority of ComCruDesPac.
1110    Pursuant to ComFltAct, Sasebo, Japan orders, PIEPER, Herbert R., MML3, 610 27 76,
        USNR, reported aboard for duty.
1145    BLAKENEY, Raymond N., SA, 219 12 85, USN, was discharged from this vessel to be
        discharged from the Naval Service with an Honorable Discharge by reason of expiration of
        enlistment.
        F.A. MILLER, ENS., USN
1200-   Moored as before.
1600
1238    Pursuant to CCDP Pers Ord 1058 of 3 August 1951, the following named men were transferred
        to U.S.S. SAUSALITO (PF-4) for duty, FREDERICK, Ray B., 328 74 33, GM3, USN,
        SMALLS, Abraham (n), 230 22 36, BM3, USN, and GOODWIN, Richard P., 936 82 80,
        BM3, USN, all with bag, baggage, records and transfer papers.
        J.G. ALVIS, ENS., USN
1600-   Moored as before.
2000
1900    Boiler No. 3 and generator No. 1 lighted off for auxiliary purposes.
        R.H. HAMMERSHOY, ENS., USN
2000-   Moored as before.
2400
2333    Pursuant to Pers B1113-GVB-2 order dtd 2 May 1951, Ensign Richard B. HOWE, USN,
        reported aboard for duty.
        W.A. KANAKANUI Jr., LTJG., USN
        Friday, 17 August 1951
0000-   Moored starboard side to U.S.S. PIEDMONT (AD-17) at berth No. 1, Sasebo Ko, Sasebo,
0400    Japan, with 6-6" manila lines, all doubled, and 1¼ inch wire rope forward and aft. U.S.S. JOHN
        R. CRAIG (DD-885) moored to port. Ship in material condition Baker Modified with boiler No. 3
        and generator No. 1 in use for auxiliary purposes. Ships present are various units of the United
        Nations Naval Forces and various yard craft. SOPA is ComServRonTHREE in U.S.S. HECTOR
        (AR-7).
        F.P. PRYOR, LTJG., USN
0400-   Moored as before.
0800
        F.P. PRYOR, LTJG., USN
0800-   Moored as before.
1200
0800    Mustered the crew at quarters. Absentees: *Herbeck, K.L., FN, USN; *Nasca, A.F., RDSN,
        USN; *Engles, R.E., RMSN, USN.
0900    The following named men reported aboard having been absent over leave since 2300, 15
        August 1951, a period of about thirty-three hours: *Herbeck, K.L., FN, *Trump, B.H., FN, both
        USN.
1028    Following named men reported aboard having been absent over leave since 2300, 15 August
        1951, a period of about thirty-four hours and twenty-eight minutes: *Nasca, A.F., RDSN, USN,
        *Engles, R.E., RMSN, USN.
1030    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples. Conditions normal.

        R.H. HAMMERSHOY, ENS., USN
1200-   Moored as before.
1600
        W.F. QUINN Jr., ENS., USNR
1600-   Moored as before.
2000
1705    Made all preparations for getting underway.
1713    Underway from port side U.S.S. PIEDMONT (AD-17) to shift berth.
1734    Moored to buoy No. 14B, Sasebo Ko, Sasebo, Japan, with 12 fathoms of port anchor chain and
        one 1¼" cable.
1756    Let fires die out under boiler No. 3 and cut out boilers Nos. 2 and 3 at 1756.
        D.F. DWIGGINS, LTJG., USNR
2000-   Moored as before.
2400
        J.E. WILLIE, ENS., USN
        Saturday, 18 August 1951
0000-   Moored to Buoy 14B, Sasebo Ko, Sasebo, Japan, with 12 fathoms of chain to port and a 1¼"
0400    wire rope to the buoy. Ship in typhoon condition No. 2. SOPA is ComServRonTHREE in U.S.S.
        HECTOR (AR-7). Ships present: various units of U.S. Pacific Fleet, United Nations Naval Forces
        and yard and district craft. No. 2 boiler and No. 1 generator on the line for auxiliary purposes.

        J.B. SHERIDAN, LTJG., USNR
0400-   Moored as before.
0800
        J.B. SHERIDAN, LTJG., USNR
0800-   Moored as before. Mustered the crew at quarters. Absentees: *Sobb, J.J., SN, USN, and
1200    *Gray, R.J., FN, USN.
0928    *Sobb, J.J., SN, USN, returned aboard absent over leave since 2300, 17 August 1951, and
        was made a prisoner at large by order of the Commanding Officer.
1005    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples. Conditions normal.

1140    YO 179 came alongside port quarter. Commenced fueling ship. Draft fwd 13' 8", aft 14' 6".

        E.L. REEB, LTJG, USN
1200-   Moored as before. Secured from fueling, having received 7,213 gallons of fuel oil at 60° F.
1600    Draft fwd 13'-7", aft 14'-9".
1205    Pursuant to standard transfer order, PARIS, J.E., RDSA, USN, was transferred with baggage,
        records and transfer papers to U.S.S. SICILY (CVE-118) for Temporary Additional Duty under
        instruction by authority U.S.S. SICILY (CVE-118) dispatch 170940Z of August 1951.

1523    Set typhoon condition No. 1.
        R.B. HOWE, ENS., USN
1600-   Moored as before.
2000
1938    Lighted fires under boiler No.4.
        F.A. MILLER, ENS., USN
2000-   Moored as before.
2400
2000    Veered chain to 25 fathoms on deck. Set special watch on bridge standing by to get underway
        in accordance with SOPA instructions for typhoon condition No. 1.
        J.K. HUSHION, ENS., USNR
        Sunday, 19 August 1951
0000-   Moored to buoy No. 14 Baker, Sasebo Ko, Sasebo, Japan, with 25 fathoms of chain to port and
0400    a 1¼" wire rope, doubled. Ship is in Typhoon Condition No. 1. SOPA is ComServRonTHREE in
        U.S.S. HECTOR (AR-7). Ships present: various units of the U.S. Pacific Fleet, United Nations
        Naval Forces, and miscellaneous yard and district craft. Boilers No. 2 and No. 4 on the line.

        C.C. BROWN, LTJG., USNR
0400-   Moored as before.
0800
        R.F. CARSON, LTJG., USNR
0800-   Moored as before. Mustered the crew at quarters. Absentees: None.
1200
0848    Lighted fires under boiler No. 4.
0905    Let fires die out under boiler No. 2.
0915    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples. Conditions normal.

        J.G. ALVIS, ENS., USN
1200-   Moored as before.
1600
1445    Let fires die out under No. 4 boiler.
1448    Lighted fires under No. 2 boiler.
        J.B. SHERIDAN, LTJG., USNR
1600-   Moored as before.
2000
        J.K. HUSHION, ENS., USNR
2000-   Moored as before.
2400
        F.A. MILLER, ENS., USN
        Monday, 20 August 1951
0000-   Moored to buoy No. 14 Baker, Sasebo Ko, Sasebo, Japan, with 25 fathoms of chain to port and
0400    1¼" wire rope, doubled. Ship is in material condition Baker modified. Boiler No. 2 and
        generator No. 1 on the line for auxiliary purposes. SOPA is ComServRonTHREE in U.S.S.
        HECTOR (AR-7). Ships present: various units of the U.S. Pacific Fleet, United Nations Naval
        Forces, and miscellaneous yard and district craft.
        C.C. BROWN, LTJG., USNR
0400-   Moored as before.
0800
        R.F. CARSON, LTJG., USNR
0800-   Moored as before.
1200
0800    Mustered the crew on stations. Absentees: None.
0820    Pursuant to ComServPac Personnel order 49-84 of 27 July 1951, REIST, William Clement,
        RDSN, 280 84 79, USN, was transferred to Commander San Diego Group, Pacific Fleet
        Reserve, for further transfer to U.S.S. MONSSEN (DD-798) with baggage, records and transfer
        papers. Pursuant to ComServPac Personnel order 49-89 of 27 July 1951, GEARIN, William
        Joseph, FCSN, 900 01 66, USN, was transferred to Commander San Diego Group, Pacific
        Reserve Fleet, for further transfer to U.S.S. HUNT (DD-674) with baggage, records and
        transfer papers. Pursuant to ComServPac Personnel order 50-40 of 31 July 1951, the
        following named men were transferred to Commander Long Beach Group, Pacific Fleet
        Reserve, for further transfer to U.S.S. STEMBEL (DD-644), FORREST, Glen Eugene, RD3,
        361 01 28, USN, HUMMEL, Jack George, SOSN, 569 40 51, USN, with baggage, records
0910    McGREATH, John Joseph, SN, 235 53 95, USN, was transferred to U.S. Naval Dispensary
        FltAct, Sasebo, Japan, for treatment, baggage, records and transfer papers accompanied
        patient.
0915    Pursuant to ComServPac Personnel Order 50-43 of 31 July 1951, the following named men
        were transferred to Commander San Diego Group, Pacific Fleet Reserve for further transfer to
        U.S.S. STOCKHAM (DD-683), CASH, Arnold Oliver, SN, 229 78 55, USN, DAVIS, Billy
        Emmit, SA, 989 13 22, USN, EDWARDS, Wayne Jackson, SA, 344 52 81, USN,
        GIBSON, Roy Dean, SN, 553 19 26, USN, GIBSON, Harold Douglas, SA, 369 42 58,
        USN, HARRISON, Bryan Jerome, SN, 351 67 19, USN, HUDDLESTON, Raymond
        Douglas, SN, 340 27 80, USN, McGRAW, Donald Carl, SN, 211 92 86, USN, TOLOCZKO,
        Thomas John, SA, 416 80 85, USN, and WALLACE, Elmer Robert, SA, 905 76 55, USN,
1040    all with baggage, records and transfer papers.
        Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples. Conditions normal.

        J.G. ALVIS, ENS., USN
1200-   Moored as before.
1600
        J.B. SHERIDAN, LTJG., USNR
1600-   Moored as before.
2000
1805    *Gray, R.J., FN, USN, returned aboard absent over leave since 2300, 17 August 1951, and was
        made a prisoner at large by order of the Commanding Officer.
        E.L. REEB, LTJG, USN
2000-   Moored as before.
2400
2110    Pursuant to standard transfer order, PARIS, J.E., RDSA, 805 18 48, returned on board with
        baggage, and orders from the U.S.S. SICILY (CVE-118) having completed temporary
        additional duty under authority U.S.S. SICILY (CVE-118) dispatch 170940Z of August 1951.

2230    Secured from Typhoon Condition I.
        F.A. MILLER, ENS., USN
        Tuesday 21 August 1951
0000-   Moored to Buoy No. 14 Baker, Sasebo Ko, Sasebo, Japan, with 25 fathoms of chain to port and
0400    a 1¼" wire rope, doubled. SOPA is ComServRonTHREE in U.S.S. HECTOR (AR-7). Ships
        present: various units of the U.S. Pacific Fleet, United Nations Naval Forces, and miscellaneous
        yard and district craft. Boiler No. 2 on the line.
        R.B. HOWE, ENS., USN
0400-   Moored as before.
0800
0530    Made all preparations for getting underway.
0608    Underway for Operating Area off east coast of Korea in obedience to dispatch from
        ComDesRonONE dtd 20 August 1951, Captain at conn, Executive Officer, Navigator on the
        bridge, on various courses at various speeds conforming to the channel.
0650    Passed Shera Se Light House abeam to port, distance 1500 yards.
0655    Set condition of readiness III.
0702    DesDivELEVEN in column formation, double distance with guide in U.S.S. FLOYD B. PARKS (DD-
        884), distance to guide 3000 yards. Set base speed 10 knots (087 RPM).
0712    Changed speed to 13 knots (118 RPM).
0714    Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).
0722    Changed course to 310° (T & PGC), 315° (PSC).
0727    Changed course to 045° (T & PGC), 055° (PSC).
0747    Changed course to 090° (T & PGC), 096° (PSC).
0757    Changed speed to 10 knots (087 RPM).
        F.A. MILLER, ENS., USN
0800-   Steaming as before. Mustered crew on stations. Absentees: None.
1200
0805    Passed Haku Se abeam to port, distance 1500 yards. Returning to port and proceeding
        independently through channel to Sasebo Ko, Sasebo, Japan. Maneuvering on various courses
        at various speeds to conform to the channel. Captain at the conn, Executive Officer, Navigator
        on the bridge.
0914    Making all preparations to come alongside U.S.S. JOHN R. CRAIG (DD-885).
0917    Moored alongside to port of U.S.S. JOHN R. CRAIG (DD-885) which is moored to buoy No. 14
        Baker.
0932    Let fires die out under boiler No. 2.
1000    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples. Conditions normal.

        F.A. MILLER, ENS., USN
1200-   Moored as before.
1600
1327    Commenced taking on fuel.
1351    Secured from taking on fuel having received 10,080 gallons.
        R.H. HAMMERSHOY, ENS., USN
1600-   Moored as before.
2000
1611    U.S.S. PIEDMONT (AD-17) standing into the harbor.
1707    HMS MT. BAY (F-627) standing out of the harbor.
1829    U.S.S. RECLAIMER (ARS-42) standing out of the harbor.
1900    U.S.S. YANCY (AKA-93) standing out of the harbor.
        J.G. ALVIS, ENS., USN
2000-   Moored as before.
2400
        W.A. KANAKANUI Jr., LTJG., USN
        Wednesday, 22 August 1951
0000-   Moored starboard side to U.S.S. JOHN R. CRAIG (DD-885) at buoy No. 14 Baker, Sasebo Ko,
0400    Sasebo, Japan, with 6-6" manila lines all doubled, and a 1¼" wire rope forward and aft. Boiler
        No. 4 and generator No. 2 in use for auxiliary purposes. Ships present include various units of
        the U.S. Pacific Fleet, United Nations Naval Forces and miscellaneous yard craft. SOPA is
        ComServRonTHREE in U.S.S. HECTOR (AR-7).
        F.P. PRYOR, LTJG., USN
0400-   Moored as before.
0800
0455    Fleet Activities Sasebo Water Barge No. 4 moored alongside to port.
0508    Commenced taking on fresh water.
0625    U.S.S. BISBEE (PF-46) standing out of the harbor.
0640    Secured from taking on fresh water having received 11,249 gallons.
0643    Water barge cast off from port side.
0745    HMS BAY (F-627) and HMS HALY (F-422) standing out of the harbor.
        F.P. PRYOR, LTJG., USN
0800-   Moored as before.
1200
0800    Mustered the crew at quarters. Absentees: None.
0813    LCI-362 standing out of the harbor.
0915    HMS (F-625) standing in to the harbor.
0925    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples. Conditions normal.

1011    HMS (F-600) standing in to the harbor.
        J.G. ALVIS, ENS., USN
1200-   Moored as before.
1600
1243    Cut in boilers No. 2 and No. 4 on the main steam line. Made all preparations for getting
        underway.
1252    Got underway in accordance with ComDesRonONE dispatch 242316Z of 24 August 1951,
        Captain at the conn, Executive Officer, Navigator on the bridge, in company with
        DesDivELEVEN less U.S.S. PERKINS (DDR-877), standing out of Sasebo Harbor on various
        courses and speeds conforming to the swept channel.
1325    With Kogo Saki light abeam to starboard, distant 1500 yards. Set course 280° (T & PGC),
        282° (PSC). Set speed 15 knots (139 RPM).
1330    Proceeding to station No. 3 in column normal order, double distance.
1332    On station, station No. 3 with guide in U.S.S. FLOYD B. PARKS (DD-884) bearing 000° T,
        distance 1000 yards. Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).
1333    Changed course to 272° (T & PGC), 274° (PSC).
1345    Changed course to 223° (T & PGC), 230° (PSC).
1402    Changed course to 290° (T & PGC), 298° (PSC).
1446    Changed course to 015° (T & PGC), 017° (PSC).
        D.F. DWIGGINS, LTJG., USNR
1600-   Steaming as before.
2000
        R.F. CARSON, LTJG., USNR
2000-   Steaming as before.
2400
2008    Exercised the crew at General Quarters.
2026    Secured from General Quarters.
2201    Changed course to 000° (T & PGC), 010° (PSC).
        J.K. HUSHION, ENS., USNR
        Thursday, 23 August 1951
0000-   Steaming in company with DesDivELEVEN less U.S.S. PERKINS (DDR-877) enroute to Songjin,
0400    Korea, on course 000° (T & PGC), 010° (PSC), at speed 20 knots (192 RPM). Ship in column
        normal order, double distance. Guide in U.S.S. FLOYD B. PARKS (DD-884) bearing 000°
        Relative, distance 1000 yards. steaming under boilers Nos. 2 and 4. Ship in material condition
        Baker, Modified, Condition of readiness III. OTC is ComDesRonONE in U.S.S. FLOYD B. PARKS
        (DD-884).
0345    U.S.S. FLOYD B. PARKS (DD-884) proceeding as previously directed. U.S.S. JOHN R. CRAIG
        (DD-885) assumed tactical command.
0350    Changed course to 348° (T & PGC), 001° (PSC).
        D.F. DWIGGINS, LTJG., USNR
0400-   Steaming as before.
0800
        R.F. CARSON, LTJG., USNR
0800-   Steaming as before.
1200
0800    Mustered crew on stations. Absentees: None.
0921    A Special Court Martial, LT. John B. SHERIDAN, USNR, Senior Member, convened to try the
        case of *Herbeck, K.L., FN, USN, and *Trump, B.H., FA, USN, and adjourned at 1052 to await
        action of the convening authority.
1121    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples. Conditions normal.

        J.K. HUSHION, ENS., USNR
1200-   Steaming as before.
1600
1238    Changed course to 329° (T & PGC), 340° (PSC).
1240    Proceeding independently during operational transfer from U.S.S. MOORE (DE-442).
1247    Changed course to 348° (T & PGC), 358° (PSC). Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).

1249    Changed speed to 12 knots (108 RPM).
1256    Changed course to 230° (T & PGC), 236° (PSC).
1305    Maneuvering on various courses and speeds during transfer from U.S.S. MOORE (DE-442).

1503    Transfer completed. Set course 070° (T & PGC), 080° (PSC). Set speed 5 knots (038 RPM).

1518    Changed course to 200° (T & PGC), 208° (PSC).
        D.F. DWIGGINS, LTJG., USNR
1600-   Steaming as before.
2000
1835    Lighted fires under boiler No. 3.
1940    Cut in boiler No. 3 on the main steam line.
        F.A. MILLER, ENS., USN
2000-   Steaming as before.
2400
2040    Changed course to 008° (T & PGC), 018° (PSC).
2255    Sent the crew to General Quarters.
2317    Changed course to 300° (T & PGC), 310° (PSC).
2320    Changed speed to 10 knots (087 RPM).
2323    U.S.S. ORLECK (DD-886) ordered by Officer in Tactical Command to proceed independently on
        firing mission, Captain at the conn, maneuvering to firing station.
2353    Commenced firing.
        J.K. HUSHION, ENS., USNR
        Friday, 24 August 1951
0000-   Lying to off Chongjin, Korea, conducting fire mission in company with U.S.S. CARMICK (DMS-
0400    33). Boilers Nos. 2 and 4 on the line, all engines stopped. Ship is in material condition Able
        and condition of readiness ONE. OTC is ComMinRonONE in U.S.S. CARMICK (DMS-33).
0002    Completed shore bombardment having expended 40 rounds 5"/38 AAC.
0007    Changed course to 090° (T & PGC), 100° (PSC).
0010    Changed speed to 5 knots (038 RPM).
0015    Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to take station 2000 yards astern of U.S.S.
        CARMICK (DMS-33).
0033    Secured from General Quarters, set material condition Baker and condition of readiness III.

0045    On station 2000 yards astern of U.S.S. CARMICK (DMS-33). Set base course 183° (T & PGC),
        192° (PSC). Set base speed 15 knots (139 RPM). Enroute to Songjin, Korea.
0244    Changed course to 175° (T & PGC), 180° (PSC).
0309    Changed course to 172° (T & PGC), 178° (PSC).
        C.C. BROWN, LTJG., USNR
0400-   Steaming as before.
0800
0400    Changed course to 220° (T & PGC), 225° (PSC).
0505    Changed course to 265° (T & PGC), 275° (PSC).
0605    Proceeding independently on various courses at various speeds to take assigned station.

0635    On station. Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds in assigned area.
        D.F. DWIGGINS, LTJG., USNR
0800-   Steaming as before. Mustered the crew on stations. Absentees: None.
1200
0834    Commenced firing from bombardment station No. 1.
0935    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples. Conditions normal.

1146    Ceased firing having expended 25 rounds 5"/38 AAC, 25 rounds smokeless powder, 4 rounds
        AAC-PDF, 4 rounds AAC-MTF.
        F.P. PRYOR, LTJG., USN
1200-   Lying to as before, using engines to maintain position during shore bombardment.
1600
1247    Commenced firing.
1259    Ceased firing having expended 12 rounds 5"/38 AAC.
1335    Commenced firing.
1337    Ceased firing, having expended 4 rounds 5"/38 AAC.
1424    Commenced firing.
1429    Ceased firing, having expended 8 rounds AAC.
1524    Commenced firing.
1529    Ceased firing, having expended 8 rounds AAC.
        J.K. HUSHION, ENS., USNR
1600-   Lying to as before.
2000
1641    Commenced shore bombardment.
1650    Ceased shore bombardment having expended 7 rounds 5"/38 AAC.
1719    Commenced shore bombardment.
1728    Ceased shore bombardment having expended 9 rounds 5"/38 AAC.
1841    Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to take station 1000 yards astern of U.S.S.
        JOHN R. CRAIG (DD-885).
1908    On station 1000 yards astern of U.S.S. JOHN R. CRAIG (DD-885). Set base course 070° (T &
        PGC), 080° (PSC). Set base speed 15 knots (139 RPM) enroute to Chongjin, Korea, for shore
        bombardment. OTC is CTE 95.22 in U.S.S. JOHN R. CRAIG (DD-885).
        C.C. BROWN, LTJG., USNR
2000-   Steaming as before.
2400
2018    Maneuvering on various courses and speeds to conform with radar calibration tests with U.S.S.
        JOHN R. CRAIG (DD-885).
2100    Completed calibration tests and returned to station 1000 yards astern of the U.S.S. JOHN R.
        CRAIG (DD-885).
2125    Changed course to 000° (T & PGC), 010° (PSC).
        D.F. DWIGGINS, LTJG., USNR
        Saturday, 25 August 1951
0000-   Steaming under boilers No. 2 and No. 3 in company with U.S.S. JOHN R. CRAIG (DD-885) as
0400    T.E. 95.22 enroute from Songjin, Korea, to Chongjin, Korea. Base course 000° (T & PGC),
        010° (PSC). Speed 15 knots (139 RPM). OTC in U.S.S. JOHN R. CRAIG (DD-885). Material
        condition Baker and condition of readiness III are set. The ship is darkened.

0010    Sounded General Quarters.
0018    Proceeding independently for assigned mission in the Chongjin area, on various courses and
        speeds to bombardment position.
0123    Commenced firing.
0133    Ceased firing, having expended 36 rounds 5"/38 AAC. Proceeding to rendezvous with U.S.S.
        JOHN R. CRAIG (DD-885).
0149    Commenced firing at unidentified target.
0152    Ceased firing, having expended 3 rounds 5"/38 AAC.
0158    Changed course to 130° (T & PGC), 140° (PSC), speed 17 knots (160 RPM).
0200    Set material condition Baker throughout the ship.
0201    Secured from General Quarters and set readiness condition III.
0201    Changed course to 137° (T & PGC), 145° (PSC).
0204    Changed course to 140° (T & PGC), 147° (PSC).
0205    On station 1000 yards astern of U.S.S. JOHN R. CRAIG (DD-885). Changed speed to 15 knots
        (139 RPM).
0210    Changed course to 180° (T & PGC), 190° (PSC), changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).

        R.F. CARSON, LTJG., USNR
0400-   Steaming as before.
0800
0410    Changed course to 220° (T & PGC), 230° (PSC).
0500    Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).
0503    Changed course to 240° (T & PGC), 250° (PSC).
0605    Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to come alongside the U.S.S. PASSUMPSIC
        (AO-107).
0638    Alongside portside of U.S.S. PASSUMPSIC (AO-107). Set course 090° (T & PGC), 100° (PSC).
        Set speed 10 knots (087 RPM).
0649    Commenced fueling ship.
0725    Completed fueling, having received on board 1359.75 bbls of fuel oil at 60° F.
0730    Away from alongside U.S.S. PASSUMPSIC (AO-107). Set course 270° (T & PGC), 278° (PSC).
        Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM). Enroute to operating area off the coast of Songjin,
        Korea.
0750    Changed course to 285° (T & PGC), 297° (PSC).
        J.K. HUSHION, ENS., USNR
0800-   Steaming as before.
1200
0800    Mustered crew on stations. Absentees: None.
0837    Changed speed to 5 knots (038 RPM), changed course to 015° (T & PGC), 022° (PSC).
0845    Changed course to 007° (T & PGC), 010° (PSC).
0919    Changed course to 220° (T & PGC), 226° (PSC).
0950    Changed course to 040° (T & PGC), 050° (PSC).
0955    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples. Conditions normal.

1001    Commenced firing at target of opportunity on the shore line bearing 331° (T).
1004    Ceased firing having expended 4 rounds 5"/38 AAC-PDF, 4 rounds smokeless powder.
1008    Changed course to 220° (T & PGC), 226° (PSC).
1055    Changed course to 040° (T & PGC), 050° (PSC).
1155    Lighted fires under No. 1 boiler and cut same in on main steam line at 1254.
        E.L. REEB, LTJG, USN
1200-   Steaming as before.
1600
1207    Commenced firing.
1215    Ceased firing, having expended 2 rounds 5"/38 AAC.
1215    Changed course to 010° (T & PGC), 020° (PSC).
1312    Commenced firing.
1315    Ceased firing, having expended 3 rounds 5"/38 AAC.
1316    Changed course to 040° (T & PGC), 050° (PSC).
1330    Commenced firing.
1339    Ceased firing, having expended 15 rounds 5"/38 AAC.
1354    Cut in boiler No. 1 on the main steam line.
1250    Let fires die out under boiler No. 2 and cut out same at 1254.
1349    Changed course to 220° (T & PGC), 230° (PSC). Changed speed to 10 knots (087 RPM).

1353    Changed course to 215° (T & PGC), 225° (PSC). Changed speed to 5 knots (038 RPM).

1403    Commenced firing.
1406    Ceased firing, having expended 4 rounds 5"/38 AAC.
1408    Changed course to 205° (T & PGC), 215° (PSC).
1410    Commenced firing.
1452    Ceased firing, having expended 33 rounds 40MM HEI.
1454    Changed course to 220° (T & PGC), 230° (PSC).
1504    Changed course to 040° (T & PGC), 050° (PSC).
1540    Changed course to 205° (T & PGC), 210° (PSC).
        D.F. DWIGGINS, LTJG., USNR
1600-   Steaming as before.
2000
1605    Changed course to 220° (T & PGC), 230° (PSC). Maneuvering on various courses at speed of 5
        knots (038 RPM) to conduct "North Punch" Patrol.
1731    Commenced firing at targets of opportunity.
1737    Ceased firing, having expended 10 rounds 5"/38 AAC.
1741    Commenced firing.
1743    Ceased firing, having expended 7 rounds 5"/38 AAC.
1744    Mount 53 reported misfire due to faulty powder can, no casualties.
1836    Commenced firing.
1834    Ceased firing, having expended 5 rounds 5"/38 AAC.
1851    Commenced firing.
1854    Ceased firing, having expended 3 rounds 5"/38 AAC.
1923    Commenced firing.
1926    Ceased firing, having expended 5 rounds 5"/38 AAC.
1942    Changed speed to 10 knots (087 RPM). Changed course to 230° (T & PGC), 240° (PSC).
        Proceeding to form astern the U.S.S. CARMICK (DMS-33).
        F.P. PRYOR, LTJG., USN
2000-   Steaming as before.
2400
2007    Took station 2000 yards astern U.S.S. CARMICK (DMS-33). Set course 070° (T & PGC), 080°
        (PSC). Changed speed to 18 knots (171 RPM).
2008    Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).
2105    Changed course to 040° (T & PGC), 050° (PSC).
2208    Changed course to 000° (T & PGC), 013° (PSC).
2216    Changed course to 020° (T & PGC), 029° (PSC).
2227    Changed course to 000° (T & PGC), 013° (PSC).
        J.K. HUSHION, ENS., USNR
        Sunday, 26 August 1951
0000-   Steaming under boilers No. 1 and No. 3 on course 017° (T & PGC), 027° (PSC) at 20 knots
0400    (192 RPM) enroute Chongjin, Korea, in company with U.S.S. CARMICK (DMS-33). U.S.S.
        CARMICK (DMS-33) guide bearing 017° (T), distance 2000 yards. OTC is ComMinRonONE in
        U.S.S. CARMICK (DMS-33). Ship in material condition Baker and condition of readiness III.

0102    Changed course to 060° (T & PGC), 070° (PSC).
0127    Changed course to 220° (T & PGC), 230° (PSC).
0145    Changed course to 208° (T & PGC), 217° (PSC).
0209    Exercised the crew at General Quarters.
0216    Changed course to 258° (T & PGC), 267° (PSC).
0224    Proceeding independently on various courses at various speeds to firing station.
0302    On station in firing station off Chongjin, Korea. Commenced firing on assigned targets.
0321    Completed firing having expended 30 rounds 5"/38 AAC and 30 rounds of 5"/38 flashless
        powder. Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to clear firing area.

0342    On station 2000 yards astern of U.S.S. CARMICK (DMS-33). Changed course to 110° (T &
        PGC), 120° (PSC). Changed speed to 18 knots (171 RPM).
0346    Changed course to 105° (T & PGC), 115° (PSC).
0348    Set condition of readiness III.
0359    Changed course to 183° (T & PGC), 189° (PSC).
        E.L. REEB, LTJG, USN
0400-   Steaming as before.
0800
0605    Changed course to 220° (T & PGC), 226° (PSC).
0704    Changed course to 260° (T & PGC), 268° (PSC).
0735    Proceeding independently to assigned patrol area.
        D.F. DWIGGINS, LTJG., USNR
0800-   Steaming as before. Mustered the crew on stations. Absentees: None. Maneuvering on various
1200    courses and speeds on South Flycatcher Patrol.
0930    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples. Conditions normal.

0937    Commenced firing at target of opportunity.
1000    Ceased firing, having expended 48 rounds 40MM HEIT.
1017    Commenced firing at target of opportunity.
1023    Ceased firing, having expended 45 rounds 40MM HEIT.
1024    Commenced firing at target of opportunity.
1039    Ceased firing, having expended 16 rounds 5"/38 AAC-PDF.
1150    Lighted fires under boiler No. 2.
        R.F. CARSON, LTJG., USNR
1200-   Steaming as before.
1600
1223    Cut in boiler No. 2 on the main steam line.
1228    Let fires die out under boiler No. 1 and cut out same at 1225.
1350    Changed course to 230° (T & PGC), 240° (PSC).
1357    Lighted fires under boiler No. 1.
1404    Cut in boiler No. 1 on main steam line.
1409    Let fires die out under boiler No. 2 and cut out same at 1407.
1415    Changed course to 270° (T & PGC), 280° (PSC).
1427    Commenced firing.
1439    Ceased firing, having expended 15 rounds 5"/38 AAC.
1456    Commenced firing.
1503    Ceased firing, having expended 8 rounds of 5"/38 AAC.
1530    Changed course to 230° (T & PGC), 240° (PSC).
1558    Lighted fires under boiler No. 4.
        J.K. HUSHION, ENS., USNR
1600-   Steaming as before.
2000
1615    Commenced shore bombardment.
1618    Ceased firing, having expended 4 rounds 5"/38 AAC.
1631    Changed course to 235° (T & PGC), 247° (PSC).
1640    Changed course to 230° (T & PGC), 234° (PSC).
1641    Commenced shore bombardment.
1650    Ceased firing, having expended 8 rounds 5"/38 AAC.
1652    Commenced firing.
1657    Ceased firing, having expended 4 rounds 5"/38 AAC.
1700    Changed course to 045° (T & PGC), 055° (PSC).
1705    Changed course to 030° (T & PGC), 045° (PSC).
1706    Cut in boiler No. 4 on the main steam line.
1713    Let fires die out under boiler No. 3.
1722    Commenced shore bombardment.
1730    Ceased firing, having expended 11 rounds of 5"/38 AAC.
1731    Changed course to 050° (T & PGC), 058° (PSC).
1732    Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to take station 2000 yards astern of guide
        in U.S.S. CARMICK (DMS-33).
1832    On station. Set base course 100° (T & PGC), 110° (PSC), set base speed 18 knots (171 RPM).

1848    Changed course to 075° (T & PGC), 083° (PSC).
1903    Changed course to 040° (T & PGC), 050° (PSC).
        C.C. BROWN, LTJG., USNR
2000-   Steaming as before.
2400
2014    Changed course to 003° (T & PGC), 009° (PSC).
2019    Changed course to 005° (T & PGC), 011° (PSC).
2225    Changed course to 300° (T & PGC), 307° (PSC). Commenced General Quarters.
2254    Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds in Chongjin Harbor.
2307    Commenced firing at assigned targets.
2322    Completed firing mission, having expended 12 rounds 5"/38 AAC and 10 rounds 5"/38 white
        phosphorous and all flashless powder.
2323    Set condition I ASW. Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds in company with
        U.S.S. CARMICK (DMS-33) patrolling outer Chongjin Harbor.
        D.F. DWIGGINS, LTJG., USNR
        Monday, 27 August 1951
0000-   Steaming in company with U.S.S. CARMICK (DMS-33) enroute Songjin, Korea bombardment
0400    area, with boilers No. 1 and No. 4 and generators No. 1 and No. 2 in Engineering Condition 33,
        on base course 120° (T & PGC), 129° (PSC), base speed 15 knots (139 RPM). ComMinRonONE
        in U.S.S. CARMICK (DMS-33) is OTC and guide bearing 022° (T), distance 2000 yards. Ship is
        in material condition Baker, readiness condition III with ship darkened.
0027    Changed course to 020° (T & PGC), 031° (PSC).
0100    Changed course to 190° (T & PGC), 197° (PSC). Changed speed to 17 knots (160 RPM).

        F.P. PRYOR, LTJG., USN
0400-   Steaming as before.
0800
0404    Changed course to 220° (T & PGC), 229° (PSC).
0504    Changed course to 256° (T & PGC), 265° (PSC).
0519    Changed speed to 12 knots (108 RPM).
0538    Changed speed to 5 knots (038 RPM).
0544    Changed course to 290° (T & PGC), 297° (PSC).
0550    Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to moor alongside U.S.S. LEO (AKA-60).

0648    Moored port side to U.S.S. LEO (AKA-60) with six 6" manila lines singled.
0655    Pursuant to ComServPac Personnel Order 5010 of 31 July 1951, HOWE, Orval L., BT3, 388
        09 47, USN, was transferred to U.S.S. LEO (AKA-60) for further transfer to Commander Long
        Beach Group, Pacific Reserve Fleet, with baggage, records and transfer papers.

        J.K. HUSHION, ENS., USNR
0800-   Alongside U.S.S. LEO (AKA-60) as before.
1200
0817    Completed taking on ammunition having received 400 rounds AAC, 100 rounds white
        phosphorous, 300 point detonating fuses, 200 rounds flashless powder, 300 rounds non
        flashless powder.
0907    Completed taking on fuel oil having received 740 bbls (31070) gallons at 60° F.
0913    Made preparations for and got underway from starboard side of the U.S.S. LEO (AKA-60) at
        0917. Set course 350° (T & PGC), 358° (PSC), set speed 15 knots (139 RPM) to proceed to
        operating area.
0955    Mustered crew on stations. Absentees: None.
1017    Changed speed to 10 knots (087 RPM).
1025    Changed speed to 5 knots (038 RPM).
1031    On station in operating area, all engines stopped.
1046    Commenced firing on various targets of opportunity as per operating instructions.
1100    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples. Conditions normal.

1139    Completed firing shore bombardment having expended 20 rounds AAC, 20 rounds smokeless
        powder, 16 Point Detonating Fuses, and 4 Mechanical Time Fuses.
        C.C. BROWN, LTJG., USNR
1200-   Lying to as before.
1600
1231    HMS COSSACK alongside to port for transfer of guard mail.
1237    Transfer completed. HMS COSSACK proceeding as previously assigned.
1318    Commenced firing.
1333    Ceased firing, having expended 5 rounds 5"/38 AAC, 5 rounds non flashless powder.
        C.C. BROWN, LTJG., USNR
1600-   Steaming as before.
2000
1606    Commenced shore bombardment. Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to
        remain within limits of swept area.
1654    Ceased firing having expended 28 rounds of 5"/38 AAC.
        F.P. PRYOR, LTJG., USN
2000-   Steaming as before.
2400
2004    Commenced firing on assigned targets and targets of opportunity.
2010    Ceased firing, having expended 1 round 5"/38 white phosphorous.
2024    Maneuvering to put whale boat in the water to effect personnel detachment to HMS COSSACK.

2030    U.S.S. ORLECK (DD-886) released from Operational Control of CTE 95.22 and ordered to
        Operational Control CTF 76.
2118    Pursuant to CTF 95.22 verbal request LTJG. KIM, ROK NAVY, was detached for temporary
        additional duty with HMS COSSACK.
2145    Detachment completed. Set course 220° ( & PGC), 227° (PSC), set speed 8 knots to proceed
        to bombardment area.
2200    Changed speed to 5 knots (038 RPM).
2217    Changed course to 280° (T & PGC), 287° (PSC).
2220    All engines stopped, lying to in operating area for shore bombardment.
2228    Commenced firing shore bombardment.
2247    Completed firing, having expended 23 rounds 5"/38 AAC, 2 rounds 5"/38 White Phosphorous.

2301    Set course 210° (T & PGC), 219° (PSC). Set speed of 5 knots (038 RPM).
2320    Changed course to 000° (T & PGC), 010° (PSC). Changed speed to 8 knots (067 RPM).
2337    All engines stopped, lying to in operating area for shore bombardment.
2347    Commenced firing shore bombardment.
2350    Ceased firing, having expended 10 rounds 5"/38 AAC.
2359    Set course 220° (T & PGC), 230° (PSC). Set speed 8 knots (067 RPM).
        J.K. HUSHION, ENS., USNR
        Tuesday, 28 August 1951
0000-   Steaming independently under boilers No. 1 and No. 4 carrying out patrol of Songjin Harbor on
0400    course 220° (T & PGC), 230° (PSC), speed 8 knots (067 RPM). The ship is in condition of
        readiness III and material condition Baker.
0020    Changed course to 040° (T & PGC), 050° (PSC).
0045    Changed course to 220° (T & PGC), 230° (PSC).
0115    Changed course to 040° (T & PGC), 050° (PSC).
0145    Changed course to 220° (T & PGC), 226° (PSC).
0217    Changed course to 040° (T & PGC), 050° (PSC).
0245    Changed course to 220° (T & PGC), 226° (PSC).
0314    Changed course to 040° (T & PGC), 050° (PSC).
0342    Changed course to 220° (T & PGC), 226° (PSC).
        E.L. REEB, LTJG, USN
0400-   Steaming as before, in assigned Songjin bombardment area.
0800
0650    Proceeding independently to join U.S.S. HELENA (CA-75) by orders of ComCruDivTHREE, on
        course 195° (T & PGC), 200° (PSC).
        D.F. DWIGGINS, LTJG., USNR
0800-   Steaming as before. Mustered the crew on stations. Absentees: None.
1200
0807    Changed base course to 190° (T & PGC), 197° (PSC).
0915    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples. Conditions normal.

0925    A Summary Court, LT. F.W. DAVENPORT, USN, met to try the case of *Gruber, H., FN, USN,
        and adjourned at 1100.
1038    Changed course to 205° (T & PGC), 210° (PSC). Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).

1110    Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).
        R.F. CARSON, LTJG., USNR
1200-   Proceeding to point of rendezvous with U.S.S. WEDDERBURN (DD-684) on course 232° (T &
1600    PGC), 239° (PSC), speed 15 knots (139 RPM).
1228    Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM). Lighted fires under boiler No. 2.
1245    Changed course to 250° (T & PGC), 257° (PSC).
1248    Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).
1252    Changed speed to 17 knots (160 RPM).
1254    Changed course to 065° (T & PGC), 075° (PSC). Using various courses and speeds to effect
        transfer of guard mail from U.S.S. WEDDERBURN (DD-684).
1259    Alongside U.S.S. WEDDERBURN (DD-684).
1305    Transfer of guard mail complete, proceeding on course 138° (T & PGC), 145° (PSC, speed 20
        knots (192 RPM) to join TG 76.1.
1307    Cut boiler No. 2 in on main steam line.
1309    Secured main steam stops for boiler No. 1.
1311    Secured fires under boiler No. 1.
1329    Changed speed to 25 knots (247 RPM).
1350    Changed course to 134° (T & PGC), 141° (PSC).
1447    Changed course to 115° (T & PGC), 121° (PSC).
1450    Changed course to 105° (T & PGC), 111° (PSC).
1501    Joined Task Group 76.1. Patrolling on various courses and speeds ahead of formation 1500
        yards, base course 328° (T), speed 13 knots (118 RPM).
        W.A. KANAKANUI Jr., LTJG., USN
1600-   Steaming as before.
2000
1732    Changed course to 320° (T & PGC), 330° (PSC). Changed speed to 17 knots (160 RPM).

1849    Changed course to 230° (T & PGC), 240°   (PSC).
1903    Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).
1920    Changed course to 140° (T & PGC), 150°   (PSC).
1930    Changed course to 050° (T & PGC), 060°   (PSC).
1945    Changed course to 130° (T & PGC), 140°   (PSC).
        D.F. DWIGGINS, LTJG., USNR
2000-   Steaming as before.
2400
2132    Changed course to 080° (T & PGC), 086° (PSC).
2346    Changed course to 160° (T & PGC), 166° (PSC).
        J.K. HUSHION, ENS., USNR
        Wednesday, 29 August 1951
0000-   Steaming in company with Task Group 76.1 off the east coast of Korea on boilers No. 2 and
0400    No. 4 on course 160° (T & PGC), 168° (PSC), speed 12 knots (108 RPM). Ship in material
        condition Baker, Condition of readiness III. OTC is CTF 76 in U.S.S. CLYMER (APA-27). Station
        No. 1 of a one ship screen formation No. 18. Guide in U.S.S. CLYMER (APA-27) bearing 180°
        Relative, distance 2000 yards.
0129    Changed base course to 250° (T & PGC), 260° (PSC).
0158    Changed base course to 340° (T & PGC), 350° (PSC).
        J.B. SHERIDAN, LTJG., USNR
0400-   Steaming as before.
0800
0410    Changed course to 070° (T & PGC), 079° (PSC).
0533    Changed course to 160° (T & PGC), 168° (PSC).
0730    Changed course to 250° (T & PGC), 258° (PSC).
        R.F. CARSON, LTJG., USNR
0800-   Steaming as before.
1200
0800    Mustered the crew on stations. Absentees: None.
0908    Ceased zig zag plan No. 16.
0910    Changed course to 000° (T & PGC), 010° (PSC).
0935    Resumed zig zag plan No. 16 on base course 000° (T & PGC), 010° (PSC).
0940    Ceased zig zag plan No. 16. Resumed base course 000° (T & PGC), 010° (PSC). A Summary
        Court-Martial, LT. F.W. DAVENPORT, USN, met to try the case of *Meeks, J., SA, USN, and
        adjourned at 1000.
0946    U.S.S. WEDDERBURN (DD-684) joined formation and reported for duty under TE 76.22 (U.S.S.
        ORLECK DD-886).
0950    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples. Conditions normal.

1020    U.S.S. WEDDERBURN (DD-684) relieved U.S.S. ORLECK (DD-886) as screening element in
        present formation.
1025    Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM). Changed course to 270° (T & PGC), 279° (PSC).
        Proceeding to join TE 76.2 in U.S.S. HELENA (CA-75).
1030    Changed course to 288° (T & PGC), 295° (PSC).
1050    Changed course to 305° (T & PGC), 312° (PSC).
1126    Changed course to 290° (T & PGC), 298° (PSC).
1130    Changed course to 295° (T & PGC), 303° (PSC).
1131    Joined TE 76.2, proceeding and maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to get on
        screening station No. 2, bent line screen No. 12, guide in U.S.S. HELENA (CA-75), course 090°
        (T), speed 10 knots (087 RPM), guide bears 135° (T), distance 2500 yards.

        W.A. KANAKANUI Jr., LTJG, USN
1200-   Steaming as before.
1600
1207    Changed course to 080° (T & PGC), 088 (PSC). Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).
1323    Changed course to 258° (T & PGC), 265° (PSC).
1420    Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to form formation No. 18, distance 1000
        yards.
1430    Proceeding independently on various courses at various speeds to southern bombardment
        area.
1459    Commenced firing at assigned targets.
1540    Ceased firing at assigned targets, having expended 16 rounds 5"/38 AAC, 4 rounds 5"/38
        White Phosphorous, 20 rounds of non-flashless powder.
1545    Commenced firing at targets of opportunity.
1553    Ceased firing, having expended 6 rounds of 5"/38 AAC-MTF, 6 rounds of non-flashless powder.

        D.F. DWIGGINS, LTJG., USNR
1600-   Steaming as before. Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to stay on station in
2000    fire support area.
1716    Commenced firing on unidentified sampan.
1719    Ceased fire, having expended 2 rounds 5"/38 AAC.
1723    Maneuvering to investigate sampan.
1735    Sampan identified as friendly, returned to station in fire support area.
1822    Commenced firing on assigned targets.
1959    Ceased firing, having expended 43 rounds 5"/38 AAC and 7 rounds 5"/38 White Phosphorous.

        J.K. HUSHION, LTJG., USNR
2000-   Lying to as before.
2400
2014    ComCruDivTHREE in U.S.S. HELENA (CA-75) assumed tactical command TF 76.
2020    Changed speed to 10 knots (087 RPM). Changed course to 060° (T & PGC), 069° (PSC).

2025    Changed course to 330° (T & PGC), 339° (PSC).
2025    Forming formation OC1. Maneuvering on various courses and speeds to take station No. 1 of
        bent line screen No. 33, guide in U.S.S. HELENA (CA-75) bearing 270° (T), distance 2700
        yards, screening TF 76.1 and U.S.S. HELENA (CA-75), formation axis 090° (T), course 090° (T
        & PGC), 099° (PSC), speed 10 knots (087 RPM).
2049    On station.
2116    Changed speed to 14 knots (129 RPM).
        W.A. KANAKANUI Jr., LTJG, USN
        Thursday, 30 August 1951
0000-   Steaming on boilers No. 2 and No. 4 in bent line screen No. 33 on course 090° (T & PGC),
0400    098° (PSC), speed 14 knots (129 RPM) in screening station No. 1. The guide, U.S.S. HELENA
        (CA-75), bears 270° (T), distance 2700 yards. Screen sector origin and formation axis is 090°
        (T). Ships present include Task Group 76.1 less U.S.S. WHETSTONE (LSD-27) and Task
        Elements 76.21 and 76.22. OTC is ComCruDivTHREE in U.S.S. HELENA (CA-75). U.S.S.
        ORLECK (DD-886) is Screen Commander. The ship is in condition of readiness III, and material
0158    condition Baker.
        Rotated screen sector origin to 000° (T).
0205    Changed formation course and axis to 000° (T & PGC), 008° (PSC).
0208    Rotated screen sector origin to 270° (T).
0215    Changed formation course and axis to 270° (T & PGC), 278° (PSC).
        D.F. DWIGGINS, LTJG., USNR
0400-   Steaming as before.
0800
0436    Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to form bent line screen formation No. 32.

0443    On station No. 2 in bent line screen formation No. 32. Guide is in U.S.S. HELENA (CA-75),
        bearing 125° (T), distance 3200 yards. Set base course 270° (T & PGC), 278° (PSC). Set base
        speed 21 knots (202 RPM).
0540    Changed base course to 255° (T & PGC), 263° (PSC).
0555    Changed speed to 25 knots (247 RPM).
0558    U.S.S. ORLECK (DD-886) designated as part of Task Element 76.21. CTE 76.21 is in U.S.S.
        HELENA (CA-75).
0632    Changed speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).
0643    Proceeding independently. Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to take station in
        Northern fire support area.
0655    Lying to on station in Northern fire support area.
0700    Commenced firing at assigned targets.
0738    Ceased firing, having expended 30 rounds 5"/38 AAC, 30 rounds non-flashless powder.

        C.C. BROWN, LTJG., USNR
0800-   Lying to as before. Mustered the crew on stations. Absentees: None.
1200
0806    Commenced firing at assigned targets.
0850    Ceased firing, having expended 15 rounds 5"/38 AAC, 15 rounds 5"/38 White Phosphorous, 30
        rounds smokeless powder.
0907    Commenced firing at assigned targets.
        J.B. SHERIDAN, LT., USNR
1200-   Steaming as before.
1600
1211    U.S.S. WEDDERBURN (DD-684) left formation. Maneuvering on various courses and speeds to
        take station 2000 yards ahead of formation to conduct patrol.
1225    Changed speed to 10 knots (087 RPM).
1245    U.S.S. WEDDERBURN (DD-684) returned to screen. Maneuvering to take station No. 1 of bent
        line screen No. 12, screen sector origin 090° (T).
1300    On station No. 1, guide in U.S.S. CLYMER (APA-27) bearing 315° (T), distance 2500 yards.

1312    Changed course to 145° (T & PGC), 154° (PSC), changed speed to 12 knots (108 RPM).
        Reorienting screen to formation axis.
1324    On station, guide in U.S.S. CLYMER (APA-27) bearing 010° (T), distance 2500 yards.
1326    Commenced zig zag plan No. 18, base course 145° (T).
        W.A. KANAKANUI Jr., LTJG, USN
1600-   Steaming as before.
2000
1603    Changed course to 235° (T & PGC), 242° (PSC).
1610    Changed course to 305° (T & PGC), 315° (PSC).
1719    Convoy formed two columns, maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to take
        screening station No. 1.
1752    On station, U.S.S. CLYMER (APA-27) bearing 171° (T), distance 3000 yards.
1834    Changed course to 315° (T & PGC), 325° (PSC).
1859    Changed course to 345° (T & PGC), 005° (PSC).
1911    Changed course to 315° (T & PGC), 325° (PSC).
1924    Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to screen convoy to north fire support area.
        D.F. DWIGGINS, LTJG., USNR
2000-   Steaming as before.
2400
2010    Convoy set course 065° (T), speed 9 knots. Proceeding to station No. 1 in bent line screen No.
        32.
2030    On station. Guide in U.S.S. CLYMER (APA-27) bears 295° (T), distance 3200 yards. Set base
        course 065° (T & PGC), 073° (PSC), set base speed 12 knots (108 RPM).
2042    Changed formation course and screen sector origin to 120° (T), reorienting to new station.

2055    On station, guide bears 350° (T), distance 3200 yards. Set base course 120° (T & PGC), 129°
        (PSC).
2100    Sighted flare and was ordered to investigate. Changed course to 210° (T & PGC), 219° (PSC).
        Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).
2110    Changed speed to 18 knots (171 RPM).
2125    Completed investigation, no results. Changed course to 093° (T & PGC), 102° (PSC).
        Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to regain station in formation.
2205    On station. Set base course 120° (T & PGC), 129° (PSC). Set base speed 12 knots (108 RPM).

        J.K. HUSHION, LTJG., USNR
        Friday, 31 August 1951
0000-   Steaming under boilers No. 2 and No. 4 in station No. 1 of bent line screen No. 32 with U.S.S.
0400    WEDDERBURN (DD-684) screening TG 76.1 in column formation on course 120° (T & PGC),
        129° (PSC), at 12 knots (108 RPM). Guide is U.S.S. CLYMER (APA-27) bearing 350° (T),
        distance 3200 yards. OTC is ComTransDivTWELVE in U.S.S. CLYMER (APA-27). Ship in material
        condition Baker and condition of readiness III.
0002    Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to reorient screen.
0019    On station in station No. 1 of bent line screen No. 32 with guide in U.S.S. CLYMER (APA-27)
        bearing 245° (T), distance 3200 yards. Changed course to 015° (T & PGC), 024° (PSC).
        Changed speed to 12 knots (108 RPM).
0225    Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to reorient screen.
0245    On station in station No. 1 of bent line screen No. 32 with guide in U.S.S. CLYMER (APA-27)
        bearing 125° (T), distance 3200 yards. Changed course to 255° (T & PGC), 264° (PSC).
        Changed speed to 13 knots (118 RPM).
        E.L. REEB, LTJG., USN
0400-   Steaming as before.
0800
0444    Changed base speed to 15 knots (139 RPM).
0458    Changed course to 240° (T & PGC), 247° (PSC).
0520    Changed course to 190° (T & PGC), 199° (PSC).
0527    U.S.S. WEDDERBURN (DD-684) detached to report to CTG 76.2. Took station No. 1, guide
        bearing 180° Relative, distance 2300 yards.
0545    Changed course to 075° (T & PGC), 084° (PSC). Using various courses and speeds to conduct
        patrol 10 degrees on each side of base course.
0600    Changed base course to 345° (T & PGC), 352° (PSC).
0605    Changed base course to 285° (T & PGC), 294° (PSC).
0615    Changed base speed to 14 knots (129 RPM).
0645    Changed base speed to 13 knots (118 RPM).
        J.B. SHERIDAN, LT., USNR
0800-   Steaming as before. Mustered the crew on station. Absentees: None.
1200
0830    Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to take station near U.S.S. CLYMER (APA-
        27) to transfer patient.
0858    Lying to. Lowered the gig.
0900    Pursuant to NavMed Form "G", LANCASTER, Hoyt S., QM3, 296 79 66, USN, was
        transferred with baggage, records and transfer papers to U.S.S. CLYMER (APA-27) for
        treatment.
0900    Lighted fires under boiler No. 1.
0921    Gig returned to ship and hoisted aboard. Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to
        resume ASW barrier patrol to seaward of inner transport area.
0930    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples. Conditions normal. Made
        weekly test of magazines sprinkling system. Condition satisfactory.
0947    Cut in boiler No. 1 on main steam line.
0955    Let fires die out under boiler No. 2.
1110    Maneuvering to form formation OC1. Formation axis 090° (T), course 090° (T), speed 10
        knots (087 RPM). Guide is in U.S.S. HELENA (CA-75). Maneuvering on various courses at
        various speeds to take station No. 2 in bent line screen No. 34. Guide in U.S.S. HELENA (CA-
        75) bearing 237° (T), distance 3700 yards. Screen sector origin 090° (T). Set base course
        090° (T & PGC), 099° (PSC). Set base speed 10 knots (087 RPM).
1133    Changed speed to 14 knots (129 RPM).
1145    U.S.S. NEW JERSEY (BB-62) and U.S.S. MARSHALL (DD-676) detached from formation OC1.
        Reorienting to bent line screen No. 33. Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to
        take station No. 3. Guide is in U.S.S. HELENA (CA-75) bearing 200° (T), distance 4700 yards.

1150    On station in station No. 3.
        W.A. KANAKANUI Jr., LTJG, USN
1200-   Steaming as before.
1600
1215    Detached from Task Force 76, proceeding independently to Wonsan, North Korea, on course
        020° (T & PGC), 029° (PSC), speed 20 knots (192 RPM).
1235    Changed course to 034° (T & PGC), 043° (PSC).
1244    Changed course to 305° (T & PGC), 314° (PSC), changed speed to 23 knots (224 RPM).

1251    Changed speed to 25 knots (247 RPM).
1410    Changed speed to 20 knots (192 RPM).
1413    Changed course to 290° (T & PGC), 299° (PSC).
1422    Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to enter Wonsan Harbor to come alongside
        U.S.S. ANDROMEDA (AKA-15) for fuel and provisions.
1525    Moored starboard side to U.S.S. ANDROMEDA (AKA-15) with six 6" manila lines, all doubled.

1545    Commenced receiving fuel aft.
        D.F. DWIGGINS, LTJG., USNR
1600-   Moored as before.
2000
1601    U.S.S. GULL (YMS-16) moored alongside to port.
1606    Pursuant to U.S.S. ORLECK (DD-886) standard transfer order of 31 August 1951, authority
        AlNav 62 modified by AlNav 73-51, KOEL, Linus A., MML1, 328 57 13, USNR, was
        transferred with bag, records and transfer papers to U.S.S. ANDROMEDA (AKA-15) for further
        transfer to nearest receiving station, Continental United States, for discharge. Pursuant to
        U.S.S. ORLECK (DD-886) standard transfer order of 31 August 1951, authority of
        Commanding Officer's Special Court Martial order Numbers 2-51 and 3-51, *Herbeck, K.L., FN,
        USN, and *Trump, B.H., FA, USN, were transferred with bag, records and transfer papers to
        U.S.S. ANDROMEDA (AKA-15) for further transfer to U.S. Naval Retraining Command, Vallejo,
1810    California.
        U.S.S. GULL (AMS-16) underway from alongside port side.
1840    Made all preparations for getting underway from alongside U.S.S. ANDROMEDA (AKA-15).

1919    Completed fueling, having received 67,123 gallons of fuel at 60° F.
1920    Underway from alongside U.S.S. ANDROMEDA (AKA-15) with Captain at the conn.
        Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to go along port side U.S.S. LEO (AKA-60).

1945    Moored portside to U.S.S. LEO (AKA-60) with 6-6" manila lines.
1952    Commenced taking on fuel and ammunition.
        J.K. HUSHION, LTJG., USNR
2000-   Moored as before.
2400
2015    Completed fueling ship having received 113 bbls of bunker fuel oil at 60° F.
2030    Completed taking on ammunition having received 225 rounds of 5"/38 AAC ammunition and
        225 rounds of 5"/38 non-flashless powder.
2032    Made all preparations for getting underway.
2043    Underway from port side of U.S.S. LEO (AKA-60). Captain at the conn and Navigator on the
        bridge. Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to clear harbor.
2120    With Aru Somu Island bearing 175° (T), distance 19 miles, took departure and set course
        040° (T & PGC), 050° (PSC). Set speed 15 knots (139 RPM). Proceeding to Songjin, Korea.

2258    Changed speed to 17 knots (160 RPM).
        E.L. REEB, LTJG., USN

        Examined By: F. P. PRYOR, LTJG, USN, Navigator
        Approved By: D. M. GRANSTROM, CDR, USN, Commanding Officer

								
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