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Med Cruise 1957

Chief’s

Wall, Edward
Jakubczyk, Joseph
Moore, James
Stokes, George
Morris, Daniel

 

“First” Division

BAXTROM, MarvinDAVIS, John
GREENE, WilliamWESTPHAL, Fred
REEVES, CharlesGIBSON, nfn
SCHOONMAKER, RonaldSTARR, James
FARIS, ThomasBYRNE, Robert
MARANCHE, RichardSANTACROCE, Mario
FEYOCK, EdwardNAVA, Robert
CHIZEWICK, JamesCARDWELL, James
KILDUFF, EdwardMURPHY, Robert
STAPLES, WalterSHIEDY, Russell

 

“Second” Division

MONROE, KenHEMMING, Charles
REYNOLDS, WilliamVENUTO, Anthony
ROUX, WilliamMALLON, James
WHITE, VernonFOLAND, James
McCANN, JohnMORRILL, Raymond
PARKER, VernonKILCUP, Arthur
OLSEN, RonaldLEUCK, Edward
RILEY, GeorgeTHOMAS, Roy
TANGUAY, GeorgeRICARD, Joseph
HARRIS, CharlesCHARLTON, Hubert
SCANLON, Richard

 

“Gunners Mates”

BARBER, NormanSCHOONMAKER, John
DOUGHERTY, JosephLUDTKE, Robert
FAZEKAS, LouisBROWN, Williw
ANDREWS, nfnGRIBBLE, Dallas
HARROM, CharlesGREER, Robert
ADAMS, WilliamADAMS, Phillip
MORGAN, Richard

 

“Torpedomen”

HIGGINS, Lorne Jr.HANES, Joseph
RODGERS, Paul WEAVER, Jack
JUNTUNEN, Max

 

“Sonarmen”

LARSON, JackPOSNER, Richard
DUNN, RobertNEAL, Lawrence
GALLOWAY, RonaldSTELZER, Gerald
PRESCOTT, George

 

“Fire Controlmen”

DAVIS, LeoWEAVER, Douglas
BUTTNY, JohnROACH, Robert
PFEIFFER, JohnCHASE, Leslie
NEILSON, KennethCARNICOM, Robert
FISCHER, Roy

 

“MM For’d”

WIEGAND, AlbertWOJICK, Edward
WEGLER, GeorgeTUCHOLSKI, Joseph
HONEYCHURCH, WilliamMILLER, Donald
URICK, OrlaMASTERS, Gerald
ROBERTSON, RaymondTHOMAS, Billy
HENSLEY, EarlSPENCE, Rich
CUNNINGHAM, BernardMATTHEWS, Fred
AIRGOOD, William

 

“MM Aft”

CORLISS, WilliamBEEHN, Randall
ROSEN, LawrenceAPOSTOLICO, James
DAVIS, MarionHICKEY, Patrick
CARROLL, HarrySCHOOS, Robert
HAMEL, BurtonHOLLAND, Arlie
McDONALD, CharlesDAVIS, James
EDWARDS, JohnMIHALIC, Nikolas
SCOTT, BoyceHERRMANN, William

 

“BT For’d”

MUSGJERD, LeonardO’BRIEN, Alfred
KENDRIGAN, JamesSCHIPPERT, Ross
COOK, RalphECKENROD, Patrick
FARMER, DonaldHAMILTON, Gilmore
CURRIE, WilliamSCHAAR, Charles
MEYERS, ElmoSCOTT, Robert

 

“BT Aft”

KERR, ClarenceFEHLMAN, Walter
HAVNER, RobertBROWN, William
LARIMER, GeorgeHAYES, Gerald
PAC, RonaldBROSS, John
HILL, EdwardMARLOW, Henry
STRATTON, DonaldJONES, Ronald
FALL, WalterDALTON, Danny
SENTERS, Harvey

 

“Machinery Repairmen”

HELD, LeonNOVAK, Charles
SINCYR, JohnHOUSE. Jacob Jr.
JACKSON, ThomasCARDALICO, Leonard
WHALEN, RobertMICHIELSON, Paul Jr.
RICHMOND, Claude Jr.McNAMARA, Donald

 

“Shipfitters”

KUHNER, JoelARDIANA, David
KUHRT, EdwardCHAFFEE, Alton
FINK, SalvatoreHASENJAEGER, Ronald
LAUGHLIN, DelbertOBST, James
HAMMER, James

 

“Electricians & Interior Communications”

KUHNER, GeraldDeANGELIS, Angelo
MARTIN, JamesCAREAGA, Frank
JACKSON, JohnDOMBROWSKI, Edward
BRAND, WilliamWEISEL, James
DUGO, Daniel

 

“Radiomen”

WITTY, RalphRICHMOND, William
COTE, LaurenceFLANAGAN, Robert
WALL, EdwardGOTTSHALL, Robert
PALMER, GeorgeMcKENNA, Rodger
STOPKA, Benjamin

 

“Stewarts”

REYES, AntonioLINDSAY, John Jr
RUTHERFORD, RolandHALL, Larry
TYLER, NathanielWALKER, Clarence

 

“Cooks”

STERRETT, RobertMARTIN, Richard
TROCCOLI, JohnDEMERS, Joseph
MILLER, FranklinKELLY, Daniel
ZACHARY, GlennBIRCH, James,Jr
KUNZ, John Jr

 

“Radarmen”

PTAK, RobertHAWN, Norman
BOICE, DavidMOOREHEAD, Frederick
VOGT, WilliamFERTIG, Charles
CLOSTER, GeorgeMOBLEY, Billy
ROOS, JohnSAUMA, Ronald
BRENNAN, William Jr.DOHERTY,Peter

 

“Electronic Techs”

MALLON, JosephBERG, James
BONIN, JosephDYER, David
HODGES, HenryCARLSON, Robert
CALLAHAN, Phillip

 

“Ships Office”

CONROE, MorrisFLYNN, John
CYPHERS, JamesROSENTHAL, nfn
McGUNAGLE, Frederic Jr.

 

“Quartermasters”

BEEBE, GlennOTTO, Ronald
COEUR, MerleBAYSHORE, Charles
THOMPSON, TommyWILSON, Keith
BROSEY, James Jr.TRADER, Ernest

 

“Ships Servicemen”

BROSNAN, JohnTRUMBLEY, nfn
GIBBS, CliffordFIACCO, Albert
McCUDDY, John Jr.

 

“Supply Office”

FEENY, JamesNORAT, Donald
BLAIR, DonaldKELLERMAN, Eugene
VIACAVA, RaymondSINGLETON, Wayman
CLARK, FranklinJOHNSON, Bobby
STOCKFISH, Murry

 
 

The Johnston left port at 0900 6 May 1957 and returned at 1400 1 August 1957.
During those 87 days, 47 of them underway, the ship steamed 16,044 miles.
Using 966,000 gallons of fuel oil and 506,000 gallons of potable water.
The crew ate 66,489 meals, consuming 18,000 pounds of
potatoes, $5300.00 worth of beef and 666 cans of fruit cocktail, and
105,600 cups of coffee—-and still managed to total of a ton and a half
loss of weight

 

Submitted by: Gerald A. Kuhner (Jerry)

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