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        Declassified by authority: NND 927605
        BY: CN
        NARA Date 8/29/02

        Andrew, John D., CDR.: Commanding Officer
        Reinhardt, Charles B., LCDR.: Executive Officer
        Moffitt, Virgil R., LT.: Engineering Officer Relief
        Schweitzer, William T., LT.: First Lieutenant
        Zachry, David S., LTJG.: First Lieutenant Relief
        Scott, Maylon T., LTJG.: Gunnery Officer
        Goodeve, Roger G., LTJG.: Deck Watch Officer
        Wigman, Tys (IV), LTJG.: Assistant Navigator
        Haselton, Theodore J., LTJG.: Engineering Officer
        Clough, John M., ENS.: CIC Officer
        Caldwell, William F., ENS.: Communication Officer
        Dee, John L., ENS.: Torpedo Officer
        Jagucki, Louis F., ENS.: Engineering Assistant
        Young, Robert E., ENS.: Assistant Navigator
        Robinson, Alan J., ENS.: Assistant First Lieutenant
        Klem, William H., Jr., ENS.: Sonar Officer
        Shempp, William M., ENS.: Assistant Gunnery Officer
        Leffingwell, William B., ENS.: Assistant Communication Officer
        McCook, Thomas J., ENS.: Fire Control Officer
        Clements, George W., ENS.: Assistant First Lieutenant
        Schneider, Raymond J., ENS.: Assistant CIC Officer
        Forrest, Ira B. Jr., ENS.: Engineering Assistant
        Davis, James W., LTJG. (MC): Medical Officer (Division)
        Ramey, Thomas B. III, ENS. (SC): Supply and Disbursing Officer

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

        Friday, 1 February 1946
0000-   Steaming singly enroute from Balboa, Canal Zone, to San Diego, California, on course 343
0400    (psc), speed 20 knots. Steaming on boilers #1 and #2. Material Condition Baker set.

0245    Sighted Point Banada Light bearing 024 (T), distance 18 miles.
0321    Passed Point Banada Light abeam to starboard, distance 11 miles.
        R.G. Goodeve, LTJG., USNR.
0400-   Steaming as before.
0800
0419    Changed course to 340 (T&pgc), 338 (psc).
0424    Contact bearing 332 (T), distance 45,000 yards.
0433    Changed speed to 15 knots (137 rpm).
0435    Contact bearing 335 (T), distance 57,000 yards.
0447    Contact bearing 342 (T), distance 27,000 yards.
0550    Coronado Island abeam to port, distance 4 miles.
0553    Changed course to 338 (T&pgc), 336 (psc).
0556    Passed Buoy #39 abeam to starboard, distance 1,000 yards.
0605    Passed North Coronado Island to port, distance 8 miles, entering San Diego Harbor, California,
        standing up harbor to anchorage on various courses at various speeds. Captain at the conn,
        Executive Officer on the bridge.
0709    Stationed the special sea details.
0715    Passed Buoy #3 abeam to port, distance 70 yards.
        M.T. Scott, LTJG., USN.
0800-   Steaming as before.
1200
0806    Moored to Buoy #22, along the starboard side of the USS LAMBERTON (AG 21), port side to,
        with 6 standard mooring lines, San Diego, California.
0815    Secured main engines and after steering engines.
0817    Cut out boiler #1, let fire die out. #2 boiler on line for auxiliary purposes.
0830    Secured special sea detail. Set regular port watch. Mustered crew on stations, no absentees.

0920    USS JOHN R. CRAIG (DD 885) moored along starboard side, port side to with 6 standard
        mooring lines.
0930    Pursuant to letter from Commandant, Navy 121, CHITTENDEN, C.H., CPHoM, 320 33 55,
        USNR, was transferred to Receiving Station, San Diego, for further transfer to Separation
        Center. Pursuant to letter from Commandant, Navy 121, PEREA, T.(n), Cpl., 448976, USMC,
        and WILSFORD, H.O., Sgt., 358532, USMC, were transferred to nearest Marine Corps base for
        further transportation to a Separation Center.
1000    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples. Condition normal. Made
        weekly inspection of magazines sprinkling system. Condition satisfactory.
1005    Pursuant to NavOrd Rest Sta. orders dated 21 January 1946, NP45/P16-44/00, Lieut., U.R.
        MOFFITT, USN, reported aboard for duty.
1030    Pursuant to USS GRAYSON (DD 435) orders, DD435/P16-4/00 serial 16, dated 19 January
        1946, LT(jg) D.S. ZACHRY, Jr., USN, reported aboard for duty.
1100    Published the finding and sentence in the case of *Hogtie, W.L., F2c, USNR, tried by Summary
        Court-Martial for absence over leave. FINDING: Guilty; SENTENCE: Confinement for 2 months
        and to lose pay amounting to $160. Approved by convening authority and SOP, 31 January
        1946.
        W.B. Leffingwell, ENS., USN.
1200-   Moored as before.
1600
1230    Pursuant to AlNav 395-45, the following men were transferred to the Rec. Sta., San Diego, for
        further transfer to Separation Centers with baggage, records, and transfer papers: McNEIL,
        R.D., F2c, 897 60 62, USNR; PATE, M.F., Jr., SF1c, 932 43 31, USNR; HULSEY, S.M.,
        SF3c, 844 32 26, USNR; MICHEL, S.B., ETM1c, 959 67 23, USNR; MILLER, D.H., F1c,
        862 73 10, USNR.
1336    Pursuant to AlNav 395-45, the following men were transferred to the Rec. Sta., San Diego, for
        further transfer to Separation Center with baggage, records, and transfer papers: FLETCHER,
        W.T., ETM3c, 881 15 36, USNR; HARTNEY, M.F., MM2c, 615 46 20, USNR; NERO, M.,
        Jr., GM3c, 883 79 55, USNR; ABONO, P.S., S2c(FC), 889 59 15, USNR; ADAMS, H.W.,
        Jr., GM3c, 941 61 02, USNR; CARROLL, J.F., S2c(GM), 921 60 26, USNR; SLINKARD,
        N., S2c, 874 61 28, USNR.
        W.H. Klem, Jr., ENS., USNR.
1600-   Moored as before.
2000
        W.F. Caldwell, ENS., USNR.
2000-   Moored as before.
2400
        W.M. Shempp, ENS., USNR.
        Saturday, 2 February 1946
0000-   Moored to Buoy #22 and port side to the USS LAMBERTON (AG 21) with 6 standard mooring
0400    lines, the USS JOHN R. CRAIG (DD 885) moored alongside to starboard, San Diego Harbor,
        San Diego, California. Boiler number 2 in use for auxiliary purposes. Ships present: various
        units and small craft of the Pacific Fleet. SOPA Com 11 ashore.

        A.J. Robinson, ENS., USNR.
0400-   Moored as before.
0800
        W.H. Klem, Jr., ENS., USNR.
0800-   Moored as before.
1200
0900    Mustered crew at quarters for personnel and material inspection. Absentees: *Schiller, L.D.,
        SM2c, USNR.
0930    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions normal.

1030    *Schiller, L.D., SM2c, USNR, returned absent over leave since 0800, 2 February 1946.

1105    YO 131 (Fuel Barge) moored alongside to port of USS JOHN R. CRAIG (DD 885).
1147    Commenced fueling aft, draft forward 13 feet, draft aft 14 feet.
1150    Commenced fueling forward.
        W.F. Caldwell, ENS., USNR.
1200-   Moored as before.
1600
1230    YG 111 moored alongside to port of the USS LAMBERTON (AG 21).
1245    Commenced taking on water to ship's tanks from YG 111.
1345    Secured taking on fresh water.
1350    YG 111 got underway to allow the USS HATFIELD (AG 84) to moor alongside to port of the
        USS LAMBERTON (AG 21).
1355    USS HATFIELD (AG 84) moored alongside to port of the USS LAMBERTON (AG 21).
1445    YG 111 moored alongside to port of the USS HATFIELD (AG 84).
1450    Commenced taking on fresh water to ship's tanks from the YG 111.
1510    Completed fueling ship having received aboard 121,426 gallons of fuel oil at 60° (F). Draft of
        ship forward 13 feet, draft aft 14½ feet.
1515    Completed taking on fresh water.
1520    YO 131 and YG 111 got underway.
        M.T. Scott, LTJG., USN.
1600-   Moored as before.
2000
        M.T. Scott, LTJG., USN.
2000-   Moored as before.
2400
        G.W. Clements, ENS., USNR.
        Sunday, 3 February 1946
0000-   Moored to Buoy #22, San Diego Harbor, San Diego, California, port side to the USS
0400    LAMBERTON (AG 21) with 6 standard manila mooring lines. USS HATFIELD (AG 84) moored to
        port side of USS LAMBERTON (AG 21) with the USS JOHN R. CRAIG (DD 885) moored
        alongside to starboard. Boiler number two in use for auxiliary purposes. Ships present: various
        units and small craft of the Pacific Fleet. SOPA Com 11 ashore.
        G.W. Clements, ENS., USNR.
0400-   Moored as before.
0800
        L.F. Jagucki, ENS., USNR.
0800-   Moored as before.
1200
0800    Mustered crew at quarters. No absentees.
1000    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples. Conditions normal.

        L.F. Jagucki, ENS., USNR.
1200-   Moored as before.
1600
        D.S. Zachary, LTJG., USN.
1600-   Moored as before.
2000
        J.M. Clough, ENS., USNR.
2000-   Moored as before.
2400
        R.J. Schneider, ENS., USNR.
        Monday, 4 February 1946
0000-   Moored to Buoy #22, San Diego, California, with USS LAMBERTON (AG 21) moored alongside
0400    to port and the USS CRAIG (DD 885) moored alongside to starboard. USS HATFIELD (AG 84)
        moored alongside to port of the USS LAMBERTON. Boiler #2 in use for auxiliary purposes.
        SOPA is Vice Admiral Oldendorf, Commandant 11th Naval District.

0030    Lighted fires under #1 boiler.
0045    Cut in boiler #3 on main steam line.
0100    Made all preparations for getting underway.
0215    Underway for San Pedro, California, from alongside USS JOHN R. CRAIG (DD 885) and USS
        LAMBERTON (AG 21) in accordance with Com 11 dispatch 020105, Captain at the conn,
        Navigator on the bridge, using various courses and speeds to clear anchorage and to conform
        to channel.
0320    With Point Loma Light bearing 045 (T), distance 5,000 yards, took departure from San Diego,
        set course 320 (T), 315 (psc), speed 15 knots.
0335    Changed speed to 17 knots (157 rpm).
        R.G. Goodeve, LTJG., USNR.
0400-   Steaming as before.
0800
0428    Changed speed to 15 knots (137 rpm).
        M.T. Scott, LTJG., USN.
0800-   Steaming as before.
1200
0800    Changed course to 000 (T), 352 (psc).
0807    Changed speed to 10 knots.
0832    Changed course to 343 (T), 337 (psc).
0840    Changed speed to 12 knots.
0849    Used various courses and speeds awaiting arrival of Engineering Inspectors at entrance to San
        Pedro Harbor, California.
0907    Engineering inspectors came aboard. Proceeded at various courses and speeds to conduct
        vibration tests.
1157    Used various courses and speeds proceeding into San Pedro Harbor. Made daily inspection of
        magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions normal.
        R.G. Goodeve, LTJG., USNR.
1200-   Steaming as before.
1600
1200    Captain and Navigator on the bridge, Captain at the conn.
1211    Passed through San Pedro Harbor.
1226    Pilot Mr. KALTMAN took conn.
1401    Prepared to anchor in V-11 anchorage.
1408    Underway, proceeded to new anchorage area.
1412    Anchored in anchorage Q-4, San Pedro Harbor, California, in 6 fathoms of water with 30
        fathoms of chain to the starboard anchor on the following bearings: Stack UPRR 303 (T), Stack
        Elevator 336 (T), Tower 024 (T), Stone Tower 041 (T). Boiler #1 in use for auxiliary purposes.
        Ships present: various units of the US Pacific Fleet. SOPA is ComCruPac in the USS ST PAUL.

        T.J. McCook, ENS., USN.
1600-   Anchored as before.
2000
1900    Pursuant to Com 11 Serial #Q11-6494 of 4 February 1946, LTJG. T. WIGMAN, IV, (D),
        USNR, reported on board this vessel for duty.
        T.J. Haselton, LTJG., USNR.
2000-   Anchored as before.
2400
        R.G. Goodeve, LTJG., USNR.
        Tuesday, 5 February 1946
0000-   Anchored at berth Q-4, San Pedro, Calif., in 6 fathoms of water, 30 fathoms of starboard
0400    anchor chain on deck, on the following bearings: Stack UPRR 303 (T), Stack (Elev) 336 (T),
        Tower 034 (T), Stone Tower 041 (T). Ships present: various units of the US Pacific Fleet. SOPA
        is ComCruPac in USS ST PAUL. Boiler #1 in use for auxiliary purposes.

        T.J. McCook, ENS., USN.
0400-   Anchored as before.
0800
        T.J. Haselton, LTJG., USNR.
0800-   Anchored as before.
1200
0800    Mustered crew at quarters. No absentees. Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless
        powder samples. Conditions normal.
        W.B. Leffingwell, ENS., USN.
1200-   Anchored as before.
1600
        W.F. Caldwell, ENS., USNR.
1600-   Anchored as before.
2000
        W.M. Shempp, ENS., USNR.
2000-   Anchored as before.
2400
        A.J. Robinson, ENS., USNR.
        Wednesday, 6 February 1946
0000-   Anchored at anchorage Q-4, San Pedro, California, in 6 fathoms of water, with 30 fathoms of
0400    chain to the starboard anchor on the following anchorage bearings: Stack UPRR 303 (T), Stack
        (Elev) 336 (T), Tower 024 (T). Ships present: various units of the US Pacific Fleet; SOPA is
        ComCruPac on board USS ST PAUL. Boiler #1 in use for auxiliary purposes.

        W.H. Klem, Jr., ENS., USNR.
0400-   Anchored as before.
0800
        W.F. Caldwell, ENS., USNR.
0800-   Anchored as before.
1200
0800    Mustered crew at quarters. No absentees. Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless
        powder samples. Conditions normal.
        W.M. Shempp, ENS., USNR.
1200-   Anchored as before.
1600
1355    Garbage Lighter came alongside.
1425    Garbage Lighter underway.
1500    Pursuant to Standard Landing Craft Unit #64 letter No. P16-4/MM/(sg) Ser. 65 of 6 February
        1946, BOYD, T.J., S1c, 892 17 67, USNR; BURKHART, D.J., Jr., S2c, 764 46 90, USNR;
        NEAL, R.C., F2c, 661 07 15, USNR; MAYBERRY, J.H., S2c, 631 59 39, USNR; JESCH,
        E.R., S2c, 567 12 92, USNR; NISWONGER, B.C., Jr., F2c, 280 15 32, USNR, reported on
        board for temporary duty without bags or records.
        L.F. Jagucki, ENS., USNR.
1600-   Anchored as before.
2000
        T. Wigman, LTJG., USNR.
2000-   Anchored as before.
2400
        G.W. Clements, ENS., USNR.
        Thursday, 7 February 1946
0000-   Anchored in Berth Q-4, San Pedro Harbor, California, in 6 fathoms of water, mud bottom with
0400    30 fathoms of chain to starboard anchor on the following bearings: stack (UPRR) 303 (T),
        stack (elev) 336 (T), tower 024 (T), stone tower 041 (T). Boiler #1 in use for auxiliary
        purposes. Ships present: various units of the Pacific Fleet. SOPA ComCruPac aboard USS ST
        PAUL.
        M.T. Scott, LTJG., USN.
0400-   Anchored as before.
0800
        L.F. Jagucki, ENS., USNR.
0800-   Anchored as before.
1200
0900    Mustered crew at quarters. No absentees. Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless
        powder samples. Conditions normal.
        T. Wigman, LTJG., USNR.
1200-   Anchored as before.
1600
1326    Lighted fires under #2 boiler.
1450    Cut in boiler number 2.
1450    Let fire die out under boiler number 1.
        J.M. Clough, ENS., USNR.
1600-   Anchored as before.
2000
        R.E. Young, ENS., USNR.
2000-   Anchored as before.
2400
        R.J. Schneider, ENS., USNR.
        Friday, 8 February 1946
0000-   Anchored in Berth Q-4, San Pedro Harbor, California, in 6 fathoms of water, mud bottom with
0400    30 fathoms of chain to the starboard anchor on the following anchorage bearings: stack 303
        (T), stack 336 (T), tower 024 (T). SOP (Administrative) is Commander, Battleships and
        Cruisers, Pacific Fleet. Boiler #2 in use for auxiliary purposes.

        D.S. Zachry, LTJG., USN.
0400-   Anchored as before.
0800
        W.T. Schweitzer, LTJG., USNR.
0800-   Anchored as before.
1200
0900    Mustered crew at quarters. No absentees.
1030    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions normal.

1040    Made weekly inspection and test of magazine sprinkling system. Condition satisfactory.

        J.M. Clough, ENS., USNR.
1200-   Anchored as before.
1600
1320    Pursuant to the orders of the Commanding Officer, the following named man was transferred
        with bag, records, and transfer papers to the US Naval Hospital, Long Beach, California, for
        treatment: LIVINGSTON, C.F., GM1c, 226 82 67, USN. Authority BuMed Form "G".
        Pursuant to the orders of the Commanding Officer, the following named man was transferred
        with baggage, records, and transfer papers to US Naval Hospital, Long Beach, California, for
        treatment: PETRUSCHAK, William (n), 238 64 87, CRM, USN.
1400    Published the findings and sentence in the case of: *Gobel, V.M., S2c, USNR, tried by
        Summary Court Martial for absence over leave. FINDING: Guilty; SENTENCE: Confinement for
        a period of 2 months and loss of 20 dollars per month of his pay for a period of 4 months, total
        loss of pay amounting to 80 dollars.
        R.G. Goodeve, LTJG., USNR.
1600-   Anchored as before.
2000
        W.B. Leffingwell, ENS., USN.
2000-   Anchored as before.
2400
        T.J. Haselton, LTJG., USNR.
        Saturday, 9 February 1946
0000-   Anchored in Berth Q-4, San Pedro Harbor, California, in 6 fathoms of water, mud bottom with
0400    30 fathoms of chain to the starboard on the following bearings: stack 303 (T), stack 336 (T),
        tower 024 (T). Boiler #2 in use for auxiliary purposes. Ships present: various units of the US
        Fleet. SOPA (Administrative) Com Battleships & Cruisers, Pacific Fleet.

        R.G. Goodeve, LTJG., USNR.
0400-   Anchored as before.
0800
        W.B. Leffingwell, ENS., USN.
0800-   Anchored as before.
1200
0945    Mustered crew at quarters. No absentees.
1000    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions normal.

        T.J. McCook, ENS., USNR.
1200-   Anchored as before.
1600
1455    Pursuant to CWWF(WP) Ser. 4-97 of 7 February 1946, the following men reported aboard for
        duty: LILLIS, O.W., CWT, 305 25 72, USN; TOWNSEND, H.F., CWT, 380 94 63, USN;
        LARE, C.K., CPhM, 321 44 46, USN; TINTI, D., BM1c, 382 29 22, USN; ELDER, A., Jr.,
        BM2c, 351 06 55, USN; STRUVE, B.G., GM2c, 393 81 18, USN; CHAPMAN, A.M., GM3c,
        360 43 60, USN; SHATTUCK, P.E., Y3c, 342 68 59, USN; BREDALL, E.A., SK2c, 556 13
        10, USNR; WARNER, F.E., ETM2c, 680 64 73, USN.
        W.M. Shempp, ENS., USNR.
1600-   Anchored as before.
2000
        A.J. Robinson, ENS., USNR.
2000-   Anchored as before.
2400
        W.H. Klem, Jr., ENS., USNR.
        Sunday, 10 February 1946
0000-   Anchored in Berth Q-4, San Pedro Harbor, California, in 6 fathoms of water, mud bottom with
0400    30 fathoms of chain to starboard anchor on the following bearings: Stack (UPRR) 303 (T),
        Stack (elev) 336 (T), Tower 024 (T), Stone Tower 041 (T). Boiler #2 in use for auxiliary
        purposes. Ships present: various units of the Pacific Fleet. SOP (Administrative) Commander,
        Battleships & Cruisers, Pacific Fleet.
        W.F. Caldwell, ENS., USNR.
 0400-   Anchored as before.
 0800
         W.M. Shempp, ENS., USNR.
 0800-   Anchored as before.
 1200
 0800    Mustered the crew on stations. Absentees: *Japonica, M.L., S1c(QM), USNR.
 1020    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions normal.

  1155   *Japonica, M.L., S1c(QM), returned absent over leave since 0800, 10 February 1946.

         A.J. Robinson, ENS., USNR.
 1200-   Anchored as before.
 1600
         T. Wigman, LTJG., USNR.
1600-200 Anchored as before.

         G.W. Clements, ENS., USNR.
 2000-   Anchored as before.
 2400
         M.T. Scott, LTJG., USN.
         Monday, 11 February 1946
 0000-   Anchored in Berth Q-4, San Pedro Harbor, California, in 6 fathoms of water, mud bottom with
 0400    30 fathoms of chain to starboard anchor on the following bearings: Stack (UPRR) 303 (T),
         Stack (Elev) 336 (T), Tower 024 (T), Stone Tower 041 (T). Boiler #2 in use for auxiliary
         purposes. Ships present: various units of the Pacific Fleet. SOPA (Administrative) Commander,
         Battleships and Cruisers, Pacific Fleet.
         L.F. Jagucki, ENS., USNR.
 0400-   Anchored as before.
 0800
         G.W. Clements, ENS., USNR.
 0800-   Anchored as before.
 1200
 0845    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions normal.

  0900   Mustered crew at quarters. Absentees: *Sorley, E.E., S1c, USN.
  0935   Mr. ALMON, civilian pilot, came aboard.
  0945   Made all preparations for getting underway.
  1043   Underway on various courses and speeds, standing up harbor, Captain at conn, Navigator and
         Pilot on the bridge.
  1110   Anchored in Los Angeles Harbor, California, in 6 fathoms of water, with 30 fathoms of chain to
         the starboard anchor, on the following bearings: Tank 013 (T), Hilton Hotel 062 (T), Mast 295
         (T).
         J.L. Dee, ENS., USNR.
 1200-   Anchored as before.
 1600
 1225    Pursuant to the Commanding Officer's order and authority from BuMed Form "G", PITIAK, S.,
         S2c, 985 80 00, USNR, was transferred to the US Naval Hospital, Long Beach, California,
         with baggage, records, and transfer papers for treatment.
  1230   Underway proceeding into drydock. Captain, Navigator, and Pilot on bridge, Pilot has the conn.

  1240   Secured main engines and let Yard Tugs maneuver ship into drydock.
  1251   Entered drydock number 2, US Navy Yard, Terminal Island, California, with the USS CORPUS
         CHRISTIE (PF 44) forward to starboard.
  1255   Pilot left ship and all lines were cast off from assisting tugs.
  1329   Commenced receiving fresh water and salt water from shore.
  1340   Secured number 1 generator and commenced receiving power from shore. Commenced
         receiving shore telephone service.
1415    With the authority of the Docking Officer and with the permission from the Commanding
        Officer, compartments A-501W and A-1W were flooded, adding a total weight of 20 tons
        forward.
        R.E. Young, ENS., USNR.
1600-   Drydocked as before.
2000
1620    BOYD, T.J., S1c, 892 17 67, USNR; BURKHARDT, D.J., Jr., S2c, 764 40 90, USNR;
        NEEL, R.C., F2c, 661 07 15, USNR; MAYBERRY, J.H., S2c, 631 59 39, USNR; JESCH,
        C.R., S2c, 567 12 92, USNR; and NISWONGER, B.C., Jr., F2c, 280 15 32, left this vessel
        having completed temporary additional duty in connection with liberty boat.

1835    Pursuant to CWSF speed letter of 7 February 1946, BRANT, C.W., F1c, 925 46 03, USNR,
        was transferred with bag, hammock, records, and transfer papers to Receiving Station, San
        Pedro, California, FURAS.
        R.J. Schneider, ENS., USNR.
2000-   Drydocked as before.
2400
2200    *Sorley, E.E., S1c, reported aboard having been absent over leave from 0800, 11 February
        1946.
        D.S. Zachry, LTJG., USN.
        Tuesday, 12 February 1946
0000-   Resting on keel in Drydock #2, US Navy Yard, Terminal Island, California, with the USS
0400    CORPUS CHRISTIE (PF 44) forward to starboard. All boilers and generators secured and
        receiving fresh and salt water, steam, electricity, and telephone service from the dock. SOP
        (Administrative) Commander, Battleships & Cruisers, Pacific Fleet.

        W.T. Schweitzer, LTJG., USNR.
0400-   Drydocked as before.
0800
        J.M. Clough, ENS., USNR.
0800-   Drydocked as before.
1200
0820    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions normal.

0830    Mustered the crew at quarters, no absentees.
        R.E. Young, ENS., USNR.
1200-   Drydocked as before.
1600
1345    Pursuant to US Naval Training Station, Norfolk, Virginia, orders NM2/P16-4/00 of 24 January
        1946, Ens. Ira B. FORREST, Jr., (E)L, USNR (451208), reported aboard for duty.

1520    Pursuant to the orders of the Commanding Officer, US Naval Hospital, Long Beach, California,
        PITIAK, S.(n), S2c, 984 80 08, USNR, reported aboard for duty with bag, records, and
        transfer papers. Authority: Pers-6303-Vid, P16-3/MM of 27 January 1945.

        R.G. Goodeve, LTJG., USNR.
1600-   Drydocked as before.
2000
        T.J. McCook, ENS., USN.
2000-   Drydocked as before.
2400
        W.B. Leffingwell, ENS., USN.
        Wednesday, 13 February 1946
0000-   Resting on keel in Drydock #2, US Navy Yard, Terminal Island, California, with the USS
0400    CORPUS CHRISTIE (PF 44) forward to starboard. Receiving all services from the yard. Ships
        present: various units of the US Pacific Fleet. SOP (Administrative) Commander, Battleships &
        Cruisers, Pacific Fleet.
        T.J. Haselton, LTJG., USNR.
0400-   Drydocked as before.
0800
        T.J McCook, ENS., USN.
0800-   Drydocked as before.
1200
0830    Mustered crew at quarters. No absentees.
0900    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions normal.

1100    Pursuant to the orders of the Commanding Officer, BAKER, George W., TM1c, 643 42 37,
        USN, left the ship in charge of the following named men to be delivered to the Commanding
        Officer, Receiving Station, Terminal Island, California, for execution of Summary Court Martial
        and further assignment by ComWesSeaFron: *Hogtie, W.L., F2c, USNR; and *Gobel, V.M.,
        S1c, USNR.
        R.G. Goodeve, LTJG., USNR.
1200-   Drydocked as before.
1600
        W.T. Schweitzer, LTJG., USNR.
1600-   Drydocked as before.
2000
        W.H. Klem, Jr., ENS., USNR.
2000-   Drydocked as before.
2400
        W.F. Caldwell, ENS., USNR.
        Thursday, 14 February 1946
0000-   Resting on keel blocks in Drydock #2, US Navy Yard, Terminal Island, California, with the USS
0400    CORPUS CHRISTIE (PF 44) forward to starboard. Receiving all services from the yard. Ships
        present: various units of the US Pacific Fleet. SOP (Administrative) Commander, Battleships &
        Cruisers, Pacific Fleet.
        W.M. Shempp, ENS., USN.
0400-   Drydocked as before.
0800
        A.J. Robinson, ENS., USNR.
0800-   Drydocked as before.
1200
0830    Held quarters for muster. No absentees.
0930    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions normal.

        W.T. Schweitzer, LTJG., USNR.
1200-   Drydocked as before.
1600
1355    Pursuant to CWSF(SP) Ser. 4-108 of 13 February 1946, the following named men reported
        aboard for duty: REIBER, B.E., TM3c, 876 02 02, USN, and WILSON, L.D., PhM2c, 871
        70 83, USN.
1550    Pursuant to CWSF(SP) Ser. 4-108 of 13 February 1946, the following named men reported
        aboard for duty: CASTRO, H., SC3c, 401 47 48, USN; CLEMENS, L.E., F1c, 566 32 42,
        USN; COLLISTER, P.D., F1c, 876 65 86, USN; DEWEY, E.L., Bkr3c, 639 93 10, USN;
        MORRISON, J.P., F1c, 316 80 90, USN; ONEAL, J., F1c, 921 65 10, USN; ADAMS, K.M.,
        CRM, 356 36 48, USN.
        T. Wigman, LTJG., USNR.
1600-   Drydocked as before.
2000
        M.T. Scott, LTJG., USN.
2000-   Drydocked as before.
2400
        L.F. Jagucki, ENS., USNR.
        Friday, 15 February 1946
0000-   Resting on keel blocks in Drydock #2, US Navy Yard, Terminal Island, California, with USS
0400    CORPUS CHRISTIE (PF 44) forward to starboard. Receiving all services from the yard. Ships
        present: various units of the US Pacific Fleet. SOPA Commander, Battleships & Cruisers, Pacific
        Fleet, aboard the USS ALABAMA (BB 60).
        G.W. Clements, ENS., USNR.
0400-   Drydocked as before.
0800
        M.T. Scott, LTJG., USN.
0800-   Drydocked as before.
1200
0830    Mustered crew at quarters. No absentees. Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless
        powder samples, conditions normal. Tested magazine sprinkling systems, condition
        satisfactory.
        T. Wigman, LTJG., USNR.
1200-   Drydocked as before.
1600
1300    Captain inspected all holds and lower decks.
1310    Pursuant to the orders of the Commanding Officer and Authority from Art. 69A, US Navy
        Regulations; SOPA's ltr. of 22/QL Serial 249 dated 4 December 1945; and Art. 10112 BuPers
        Manual, ALLMON, G.W., GM3c, 575 44 76, USNR, left the ship to report to the Senior Patrol
        Officer, Shore Patrol Headquarters, Pico St. Landing, Long Beach, California, for temporary
        duty from 15 February 1946, to 28 February 1946.
1430    Pursuant to ALNav 395-45, DAVIS, M.L., S2c, 867 36 75, USNR, was transferred with
        baggage, records, and transfer papers to RecSta, T.I, San Pedro, California, FFT to PSC,
        Norman, Okla., for discharge to inactive duty. Pursuant to ALNav 395-45, the following named
        men were transferred with baggage, records, and transfer papers to RecSta, T.I., San Pedro,
        California, FFT PSC, Great Lakes, Ill., for discharge to inactive duty: BRONGER, W.P., QM3c,
        867 36 25, USNR; FRANCISCO, T.J., S1c, 861 76 01, USNR; DUKES, L.B., S1c, 863 77
        06, USNR; DUKES, G.Y., S1c, 863 77 07, USNR; COARTNEY, P.A., S1c, 949 01 97,
        USNR; MATYAS, F1c, 807 50 20, USNR.
1445    Held quarters for muster, followed by Captain's inspection of crew. No absentees.
1530    Secured from personnel inspection.
        R.E. Young, ENS., USNR.
1600-   Drydocked as before.
2000
1632    Pursuant to verbal orders of Chief Surgeon, US Naval Hospital, Long Beach, California, LTJG.
        M.T. SCOTT, USN, was detached from this vessel and ordered to the US Naval Hospital, Long
        Beach, California, for temporary duty.
        J.L. Dee, ENS., USNR.
2000-   Drydocked as before.
2400
        D.S. Zachry, LTJG., USN.
        Saturday, 16 February 1946
0000-   Resting on keel blocks in Drydock #2, US Navy Yard, Terminal Island, California, with USS
0400    CORPUS CHRISTIE (PF 44) forward to starboard. Receiving all services from the yard. Ships
        present: various units of US Pacific Fleet. SOPA Commander, Battleships & Cruisers, Pacific
        Fleet, aboard the USS ALABAMA (BB 60).
        R.J. Schneider, ENS., USNR.
0400-   Drydocked as before.
0800
        J.M. Clough, ENS., USNR.
0800-   Drydocked as before.
1200
0830    Held quarters for muster. No absentees.
0835    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions normal.
0845    Pursuant to letter of 12 February 1946, P16-3/MM: CHAPMAN, A.M., GM3c, 360 43 60;
        ISAACS, E.H., S2c, 759 16 82; NEWTON, C.M., S1c, 782 94 25; BABER, F.J., S2c, 759
        18 12; FLORA, J.W., S1c, 266 26 11; D'ERAMO, S2c, 252 41 78; McALPIN, J.E., S2c,
        264 68 42; BAYNES, R.F., S1c, 263 79 67; ROSS, R.J., S1c, 759 17 41; ROHAN, J.F.,
        S1c, 799 77 67; ATKINS, B.D., S1c, 829 74 45; WEDDLE, T.W., S2c, 285 40 86;
        PAXTON, R.F., S2c, 248 61 32, left ship for temporary duty on board the USS TUSCON (CL
1120    98).
        Pursuant to BuPers ltr. 3176 MAO, P16-4(A) S and A 120-3, 29 April 1944, ENS. McCOOK,
        T.J., 447676, USN, left the ship for temporary duty at Port Hueneme, California.

        R.J. Schneider, ENS., USNR.
1200-   Drydocked as before.
1600
        W.B. Leffingwell, ENS., USN.
1600-   Drydocked as before.
2000
        I.B. Forrest, ENS., USNR.
2000-   Drydocked as before.
2400
        T.J. Haselton, LTJG., USNR.
        Sunday, 17 February 1946
0000-   Resting on keel blocks in Drydock #2, US Navy Yard, Terminal Island, California, with USS
0400    CORPUS CHRISTIE (PF 44) forward to starboard. Receiving all services from the yard. Ships
        present: various units of the US Fleet. SOPA Commander, Battleships & Cruisers, Pacific Fleet,
        aboard the USS ALABAMA (BB 60).
        R.G. Goodeve, LTJG., USNR.
0400-   Drydocked as before.
0800
        W.B. Leffingwell, ENS., USN.
0800-   Drydocked as before.
1200
0830    Mustered the crew at quarters. Absentees: *Drake, R., WT3c, USNR.
0845    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions normal.

        I.B. Forrest, ENS., USNR.
1200-   Drydocked as before.
1600
        W.F. Caldwell, ENS., USNR.
1600-   Drydocked as before.
2000
        W.M. Shempp, ENS., USNR.
2000-   Drydocked as before.
2400
        A.J. Robinson, ENS., USNR.
        Monday, 18 February 1946
0000-   Resting on keel blocks in Drydock #2, US Naval Yard, Terminal Island, California, with USS
0400    CORPUS CHRISTIE (PF 44) forward to starboard. Receiving all services from the dock. Ships
        present: various units US Pacific Fleet. SOPA Commander, Battleships & Cruisers, Pacific Fleet,
        aboard the USS ALABAMA (BB 60).
        W.M. Klem, Jr., ENS., USNR.
0400-   Drydocked as before.
0800
        W.F. Caldwell, ENS., USNR.
0800-   Drydocked as before.
1200
0830    Held quarters for muster. No absentees.
0930    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions normal.

1035    Pursuant to ALNav 395-45, PARNELL, J.W., RM2c, 263 68 32, USNR, was transferred with
        baggage, records, and transfer papers to Receiving Station, Terminal Island, San Pedro,
        California, for further transfer to Personnel Separation Center, Norfolk, Virginia, for discharge
        to inactive duty.
        W.T. Schweitzer, LTJG., USNR.
1200-   Drydocked as before.
1600
1540    Pursuant to CWSF Serial (SP)A-122 of 18 February 1946, the following men reported aboard
        for duty: JACKSON, V.C., F2c, USN; BROCKMAN, L.L., F2c, 665 41 59, USNR; KENNY,
        E.S., S2c, 716 17 63, V6(CB), USNR.
        T. Wigman, LTJG., USNR.
1600-   Drydocked as before.
2000
1643    Pursuant to the Commanding Officer's ltr. DD886/P16-4/00, dated 18 February 1946, LTJG.
        J.W. DAVIS, (MC), USNR, was detached from this vessel and ordered to duty aboard the
        USS BRINKLEY BASS (DD 887).
1700    Pursuant to CWSF(SP) Letter Serial 4-119 of 16 February 1946, EASLEY, M., EM2c, 381 50
        53, USN, and FORTALEZA, I.D., Ck2c, 663 14 71, USN, reported aboard for duty.

        L.F. Jagucki, ENS., USNR.
2000-   Drydocked as before.
2400
        R.E. Young, ENS., USNR.
        Tuesday, 19 February 1946
0000-   Resting on keel blocks in Drydock #2, US Navy Yard, Terminal Island, California, with USS
0400    CORPUS CHRISTIE (PF 44) forward to starboard. Receiving all services from yard. Ships
        present: various units of US Pacific Fleet. SOPA Commander, Battleships & Cruisers, Pacific
        Fleet, aboard USS ALABAMA (BB 60).
        V.R. Moffitt, LT., USN.
0400-   Drydocked as before.
0800
        L.F. Jagucki, ENS., USNR.
0800-   Drydocked as before.
1200
0830    Mustered the crew at quarters. No absentees. Made daily inspection of magazines and
        smokeless powder samples, conditions normal.
        T. Wigman, LTJG., USNR.
1200-   Drydocked as before.
1600
1255    Pursuant to the orders of the Commanding Officer and Authority from BuMed Form "G",
        LILLIS, O.W., CWT, 305 25 72, USN, was transferred to US Naval Hospital, Long Beach,
        California, for treatment.
        R.E. Young, ENS., USNR.
1600-   Drydocked as before.
2000
        J.L. Dee, ENS., USNR.
2000-   Drydocked as before.
2400
        D.S. Zachry, LTJG., USN.
        Wednesday, 20 February 1946
0000-   Resting on keel blocks in Drydock #2, US Naval Yard, Terminal Island, California, with USS
0400    CORPUS CHRISTIE (PF 44) forward to starboard. Receiving all services from yard. Ships
        present: various units of the US Pacific Fleet. SOPA Commander, Battleships & Cruisers, Pacific
        Fleet, aboard the USS ALABAMA (BB 60).
        J.M. Clough, ENS., USNR.
0400-   Drydocked as before.
0800
        R.J. Schneider, ENS., USNR.
0800-   Drydocked as before.
1200
0825    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions normal.

0830    Mustered the crew at quarters. No absentees.
        R.E. Young, ENS., USNR.
1200-   Drydocked as before.
1600
        R.G. Goodeve, LTJG., USNR.
1600-   Drydocked as before.
2000
1925    Pursuant to the orders of the Commanding Officer dated 12 February 1946, the following
        named men reported aboard from USS TUSCON (CL 98), temporary additional duty
        completed: CHAPMAN, A.M., GM3c, 360 43 60; ISAACS, E.H., S2c, 759 16 82;
        NEWTON, C.M., S1c, 782 94 25; BABER, F.J., S2c, 759 18 12; FLORA, J.W., S1c, 266
        26 11; D'ERAMO, E., S2c, 252 41 78; McALPIN, J.E., S2c, 264 68 42; BAYNES, R.F.,
        S1c, 263 79 67; ROSS, R.J., S1c, 759 17 41; ROHAN, F.J., S1c, 799 17 41; TERRY, J.L.,
        S2c, 971 23 29; WEDDLE, F.W., S2c, 285 40 86; PAXTON, R.F., S2c, 248 61 32.
        T.J. Haselton, LTJG., USNR.
2000-   Drydocked as before.
2400
        W.B. Leffingwell, ENS., USN.
        Thursday, 21 February 1946
0000-   Resting on keel blocks in Drydock #2, US Navy Yard, Terminal Island, California, with USS
0400    CORPUS CHRISTIE (PF 44) forward to starboard. Receiving all services from yard. Ships
        present: various units of US Pacific Fleet. SOPA Commander, Battleships & Cruisers, Pacific
        Fleet, in USS ALABAMA (BB 60).
        I.B. Forrest, ENS., USNR.
0400-   Drydocked as before.
0800
        T.J. Haselton, LTJG., USNR.
0800-   Drydocked as before.
1200
0830    Mustered the crew at quarters. No absentees.
0900    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions normal.

        R.G. Goodeve, LTJG., USNR.
1200-   Drydocked as before.
1600
1539    Pursuant to US Naval Hospital ltr. NH56/J-53003rd of 21 February 1946, LTJG. M.T. SCOTT,
        returned aboard from US Naval Hospital, Long Beach, California.
        W.T. Schweitzer, LTJG., USNR.
1600-   Drydocked as before.
2000
        A.J. Robinson, ENS., USNR.
2000-   Drydocked as before.
2400
        W.H. Klem, Jr., ENS., USNR.
        Friday, 22 February 1946
0000-   Resting on keel blocks in Drydock #2, US Navy Yard, Terminal Island, California, with USS
0400    CORPUS CHRISTIE (PF 44) forward to starboard. Receiving all services from yard. Ships
        present: various units of US Pacific Fleet. SOPA Commander, Battleships & Cruisers, Pacific
        Fleet, in USS ALABAMA (BB 60).
        W.F. Caldwell, ENS., USNR.
0400-   Drydocked as before.
0800
        W.M. Shempp, ENS., USNR.
0800-   Drydocked as before.
1200
0830    Held quarters for muster. No absentees.
1030    Pursuant to ComWesSeaFron Des. 151955 of February 1946, FLEMING, W.E., CWT, 355 93
        77, USN, reported aboard for duty.
1130    Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions normal. Tested magazine
        sprinkling systems. Group 3 and 4 filter system leaks. Being repaired. Otherwise, normal.

        W.T. Schweitzer, LTJG., USNR.
1200-   Drydocked as before.
1600
1418    Pursuant to CWSF Dispatch 151955 of February 1946, HOUGHTON, L.E., CCM, 341 77 11,
        USN, reported aboard for duty. Pursuant to the orders of the Commanding Officer and
        authority from BuMed Form "G", MYERS, W.O., S1c, 983 49 97, USNR, transferred to
        Dispensary, Roosevelt Base (Terminal Island), San Pedro, California, for treatment.

1432    Pursuant to verbal orders of CWSF Representative of 22 February 1946, ONEAL, J., F1c, 721
        65 10, USN, was transferred to US NavRecSta, Terminal Island, San Pedro, California, for
        duty.
        T. Wigman, LTJG., USNR.
1600-   Drydocked as before.
2000
        G.W. Clements, ENS., USNR.
2000-   Drydocked as before.
2400
        M.T. Scott, LTJG., USN.
        Saturday, 23 February 1946
0000-   Resting on keel blocks in Drydock #2, US Navy Yard, Terminal Island, California, with USS
0400    CORPUS CHRISTIE (PF 44) forward to starboard. Receiving all services from the dock. Ships
        present: various units of the Pacific Fleet. SOPA Commander, Battleships & Cruisers, Pacific
        Fleet, in USS ALABAMA (BB 60).
        L.F. Jagucki, ENS., USNR.
0400-   Drydocked as before.
0800
        G.W. Clements, ENS., USNR.
0800-   Drydocked as before.
1200
0830    Mustered crew at quarters. Absentees: *Grebe, G.C., S2c, USNR. Made daily inspection of
        magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions normal.
1000    *Grebe, G.C., S2c, USNR, reported absent at quarters found to be aboard.
        T. Wigman, LTJG., USNR.
1200-   Drydocked as before.
1600
1215    Pursuant to CWSF(SP) Ser. 4-131 of 20 February 1946, the following named men reported
        aboard this vessel for duty: DUNBAR, H., S1c, 961 77 35, USN; WRIGHT, J.W., F2c, 567
        57 76, USN.
        G.W. Clements, ENS., USNR.
1600-   Drydocked as before.
2000
        R.J. Schneider, ENS., USNR.
2000-   Drydocked as before.
2400
        W.F. Caldwell, ENS., USNR.
        Sunday, 24 February 1946
0000-   Resting on keel blocks in Drydock #2, US Navy Yard, Terminal Island, California, with USS
0400    CORPUS CHRISTIE (PF 44) forward to starboard. Receiving all services from dock. Ships
        present: various units of Pacific Fleet. SOPA Commander, Battleships & Cruisers, Pacific Fleet,
        in USS ALABAMA (BB 60).
        R.J. Schneider, ENS., USNR.
0400-   Drydocked as before.
0800
        M.T. Scott, LTJG., USN.
0800-   Drydocked as before.
1200
0800    Mustered the crew on stations. No absentees. Made daily inspection of magazines and
        smokeless powder samples, conditions normal.
        W.M. Shempp, ENS., USNR.
1200-   Drydocked as before.
1600
1405    Pursuant to the orders of the Commanding Officer and authority from BuMed Form "G", RICE,
        S.W., F2c, 582 35 56, USNR, transferred to US Naval Dispensary, Terminal Island, Long
        Beach, California, for treatment.
        A.J. Robinson, ENS., USNR.
1600-   Drydocked as before.
2000
        R.G. Goodeve, LTJG., USNR.
2000-   Drydocked as before.
2400
        T.J. Haselton, LTJG., USNR.
        Monday, 25 February 1946
0000-   Resting on keel blocks in Drydock #2, US Naval Shipyard, Terminal Island, California, with
0400    USS CORPUS CHRISTIE (PF 44) forward to starboard. Receiving all services from the dock.
        Ships present: various units of the US Pacific Fleet. SOPA Commander, Battleships & Cruisers,
        Pacific Fleet, in USS ALABAMA (BB 60).
        W.B. Leffingwell, ENS., USN.
0400-   Drydocked as before.
0800
        I.B. Forrest, ENS., USNR.
0800-   Drydocked as before.
1200
0830    Mustered crew at quarters. No absentees.
0900    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions normal.

0915    Pursuant to the orders of the Commanding Officer, US Naval Receiving Station, Terminal
        Island, California, the following named men reported aboard for duty upon expiration of
        reenlistment leave: HOSFELDT, H.H., S1c, 852 13 24, USN; LUCAS, E.L., S2c, 792 88 89,
        USN.
        R.G. Goodeve, LTJG., USNR.
1200-   Drydocked as before.
1600
        W.T. Schweitzer, LTJG., USNR.
1600-   Drydocked as before.
2000
        W.H. Klem, Jr., ENS., USNR.
2000-   Drydocked as before.
2400
        J.M. Clough, ENS., USNR.
        Tuesday, 26 February 1946
0000-   Resting on keel blocks in Drydock #2, US Navy Yard, Terminal Island, California, with USS
0400    CORPUS CHRISTIE (PF 44) forward to starboard. Receiving all services from dock. Ships
        present: various units of Pacific Fleet. SOPA Commander, Battleships & Cruisers, Pacific Fleet,
        temporarily stationed in Administration Building NOB, Terminal Island.
        W.M. Shempp, ENS., USNR.
0400-   Drydocked as before.
0800
        A.J. Robinson, ENS., USNR.
0800-   Drydocked as before.
1200
0830    Held quarters for muster. No absentees.
0900    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions normal.

0910    Pursuant to CWSF Spd Ltr. of 2/7/46 Ser. SPO-570, JENNINGS, E.D., Jr., CMoMM, 359 95
        83, USN, transferred to RecSta, T.I., San Pedro, California, for FURAS by CWSF.
        W.T. Schweitzer, LTJG., USNR.
1200-   Drydocked as before.
1600
        T. Wigman, ENS., USNR.
1600-   Drydocked as before.
2000
        M.T. Scott, LTJG., USN.
2000-   Drydocked as before.
2400
        L.F. Jagucki, ENS., USNR.
        Wednesday, 27 February 1946
0000-   Resting on keel blocks in Drydock #2, US Navy Yard, Terminal Island, California, with the USS
0400    CORPUS CHRISTIE (PF 44) forward and to starboard. Receiving all services from the dock.
        Ships present: various units of the US Fleet. SOPA is Commander, Battleships & Cruisers,
        Pacific Fleet, temporarily stationed in Administration Building NOB, Terminal Island.

        R.E. Young, ENS., USNR.
0400-   Drydocked as before.
0800
        M.T. Scott, LTJG., USN.
0800-   Drydocked as before.
1200
0830    Mustered crew at quarters. Absentees: *Wentle, C.L., F2c, USNR. Made daily inspection of
        magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions normal.
1000    *Wentle, C.L., F2c, USNR, reported absent at quarters found to be aboard.
        T. Wigman, ENS., USNR.
1200-   Drydocked as before.
1600
1248    Pursuant to ComWesSeaFron Dis. 202225 of February 1946, REED, R.J., Ck2c, 830 54 17,
        USN, reported aboard for duty.
        R.E. Young, ENS., USNR.
1600-   Drydocked as before.
2000
        J.M. Clough, ENS., USNR.
2000-   Drydocked as before.
2400
        D.S. Zachry, LTJG., USN.
        Thursday, 28 February 1946
0000-   Resting on keel blocks in Drydock #2, US Navy Yard, Terminal Island, California, with USS
0400    CORPUS CHRISTIE (PF 44) forward to starboard. Receiving all services from yard. Ships
        present: various units of Pacific Fleet. SOPA Commander, Battleships & Cruisers, Pacific Fleet,
        temporarily in Administrative Building NOB, Terminal Island.
        R.J. Schneider, ENS., USNR.
0400-   Drydocked as before.
0800
        J.L. Dee, ENS., USNR.
0800-   Drydocked as before.
1200
0830    Mustered the crew at quarters. No absentees.
0915    Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions normal.

        R.E. Young, ENS., USNR.
1200-   Drydocked as before.
1600
1330    Pursuant to the orders of the Commanding Officer, dated 15 February 1946, ALLMAN, G.W.,
        GM3c, 575 44 76, USNR, reported aboard upon completion of temporary duty with US Naval
        Shore Patrol, Long Beach, California.
1335    Pursuant to the orders of the Commanding Officer, US Naval Hospital, Long Beach, California,
        LILLIS, O.W., CWT, 305 25 72, USN, reported aboard for duty with bag, records, and
        transfer papers. Authority: Pers-6303-U1J-1, P16-3/MM of 27 June 1945.

        R.G. Goodeve, LTJG., USNR.
1600-   Drydocked as before.
2000
1700    DEWEY, R.L., Bkr2c, 639 93 60, USN, was transferred to US Naval Hospital, Long Beach,
        California, for treatment. Bag and records accompanied patient.
        W.B. Leffingwell, ENS., USN.
2000-   Drydocked as before.
2400
        R.G. Goodeve, LTJG., USNR.

        Examined By: C.B. Reinhardt, LCDR., USN, Executive Officer
        Approved By: J.D. Andrew, CDR., USN, Commanding Officer

				
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