Read all about USCGC Northwind's general description, specifications and time line.

Notes:

1. Latitude/longitude, including for days in port, show representative decimal positions for each day, as calculated by the Old Weather project's analysis program. As such, they differ by varying amounts from the positions recorded, usually at noon, in the log pages. In addition, some latitudes/longitudes have been amended in edited logs for errors in the logs, for errors in identifying locations by the analysis program, or simply for greater accuracy. In all cases, refer to the log-page scans for the positions as originally recorded. Not all log pages contain this information and the ships' positions have therefore often been estimated.

2. Full account of any day is available by clicking on the link above that day. Any groups of links may refer to log book covers and introductory information; some may be blank.

3. Logbook events have been formatted but not edited. The quality and quantity of transcribed information therefore varies, and may include up to 3 versions of the same data depending on the number of volunteers working on the originals.


LOGS FOR JANUARY 1951


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1 January 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


0000-0900: Moored Port side to Berth one, Pier 90, U.S. Naval Receiving Station Seattle, Washington receiving fresh water and telephone service from the pier. Ship in operational status DOG BARILIEAUX WELLBORN S' (261-425) FN Held in ships brig for safe keeping. 0830 Inspected magazines and smokless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. all small arms accounted for. R.R.Pruett LTJG

0900-1600: Moored as before. RRP 1045 ... expired for the first section no allsenties, granted liberty to the third section to ... on board at 0745 2 January 1951. 1110 LANSING JOHN G (276-169) RM3 returned on board under armed guard from Shore Patrol Duty. Reported in uniform and sober, under arrest for the following offences; Drinking intoxicants while in the performance of shore patrol duties; no I.D. Card in Posession. RR Pruett LTJG

1600-2400: Moored as before. 2000 mustered evening reports all departments reported secure, all restricted men accounted for. RR Pruett LTJG

0000-09.00: Moored Port side to Berth one, Pier 90, U.S. Naval Receiving Station Seattle, Washington receiving fresh water and telephone service from the pier. Ship in operational status DOG BARILIEAUX WELLBORN S' (261-425) FN Held in ships brig for safe keeping. 0830 Inspected magazines and smokless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. all small arms accounted for. R.R.Pruett LTJG

0900-16.00: Moored as before. RRP 1045 ... expired for the first section no allsenties, granted liberty to the third section to ... on board at 0745 2 January 1951. 1110 LANSING JOHN G (276-169) RM3 returned on board under armed guard from Shore Patrol Duty. Reported in uniform and sober, under arrest for the following offences; Drinking intoxicants while in the performance of shore patrol duties; no I.D. Card in Posession. RR Pruett LTJG

1600-24.00: Moored as before. 2000 mustered evening reports all departments reported secure, all restricted men accounted for. RR Pruett LTJG


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2 January 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle Wash


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3 January 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle Wash


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4 January 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle Wash


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5 January 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle Wash


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6 January 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle Wash


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7 January 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle Wash


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8 January 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle, Washington


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9 January 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle Washington


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10 January 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle, Washington


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11 January 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle, Washington


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12 January 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle, Washington


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13 January 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle, Washington


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14 January 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle, Washington


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15 January 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


13.48: Blakely Port 161.5; SW tangent Blakely Point 241; Tyee shoal buoy 352

Underway 1hr 52min Total miles cruised: 9.5

Noon: Seattle, Washington

17.07: Underway. 1754 Anchored Pier 90.


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16 January 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle, Washington


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17 January 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle, Washington


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18 January 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle, Washington


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19 January 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle, Washington


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20 January 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle, Washington


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21 January 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Pier 90 Seattle


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22 January 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.92, Long -122.5


10.44: West Point Light brg 034T, dist 1.3mi. cc 002T, 003, 345 1134 Apple Cove Point brg 248T, dist 1.3mi. cc 340T, 342, 321

12.05: Point Light brg 225 dist 1.5mi cc 293T, 295, 273 1226 cc 272PGC, 270T, 250 PSC 1231 cc 226T, 228, 205 1234 cc 206T, 208, 184 entering hood canal 1238 cc 180T, 182, 155 1259 cc 221T, 223, 202 1409 anchored True brg: Hood Canal Hight#5 brg 076; South Point Light brg 035; Bouyer Lighted Bouy#9 brg 174

8AM: Pier 90 Seattle

8PM: Oak Bay

16.33: 330T, 323PGC, 313PStC

16.48: 000T, 002PGC, 345PStC

17.25: Oak Bay True brg: Colvas Rocks Light 164, Foulweather Bluff Lighted Bell Bouy#2 128, Oak Bay Light 325

16.58: 330T, 332PGC, 313PStC

16.09: South Point Bouy 323T dist 0.7mi cc 041T, o43PGC 026PStC

10.18: Underway. 10.44: West Point Light brg 034T, dist 1.3mi. cc 002T.

1134 Apple Cove Point brg 248T, dist 1.3mi. cc 340T

12.05: Point No Point Light brg 225 dist 1.5mi cc 293T. 1226 cc 270T. 1231 cc 226T. 1234 cc 206T entering hood canal. 1238 cc 180T. 1259 cc 221T.

1409 anchored True brg: Hood Canal Light#5 brg 076; South Point Light brg 035; Bouyer Lighted Bouy#9 brg 174

15.35: Underway. 1540 cc 48.

16.09: South Point Bouy 323T dist 0.7mi. cc 041T. 16.33: 330T. 16.48: 000T. 16.58: 330T.

17.25: Oak Bay. True brg: Colvas Rocks Light 164, Foulweather Bluff Lighted Bell Bouy#2 128, Oak Bay Light 325


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23 January 1951

At/From ???

Lat 48.25, Long -123.08


10.15: 278T, 280, 257

09.00: 350T, 352, 332

8AM: Oak Bay Wn

16.06: 190T, 192, 163

09.00: 350T

10.15: 278T

Doing trials, no courses given.

17.04: Anchored. New Dungeness Lt brg 306, L tan Protection Id brg 100.5, Diamond Pt brg 122.


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24 January 1951

At/From ???

Lat 48.25, Long -123.08


11.20: Stopped engines

08.05: 009T, 011, 355

16.34: With New Dungenese light bearing 123T, dist 3 miles, cc 247T, 249, 225

15.51: 260T, 262, 240 at various speeds to Port Angeles, Washington, Anchorage area

8AM: New Dungeness wn

8PM: Port Angeles

17.45: Colig Shoale Lighted bel bouy 055, Colig Shoale Light 024, Pilot Station Light 316

15.51: 260T at various speeds to Port Angeles, Washington, Anchorage area

16.34: With New Dungenese light bearing 123T, dist 3 miles, cc 247T

17.45: Ediz Hook Lighted bell bouy 055, Ediz Hook Light 024, Pilot Station Light 316


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25 January 1951

At/From ???

Lat 48.23, Long -123.33


07.41: In company with U.S.S CHARR (SS328) USN

10.40: 088T, 090, 066

11.30: 058T, 080, 058

8PM: Lat: New Dungness Wn

16.07: 180T, 182, 152 with New Dungeness Bouy bearing 199T dist 3.0mi 16:43 anchored New dungeness HIAB light 305.5T New dungeness Bouy 3.4mi

10.40: 088T

11.30: 058T

16.07: 180T with New Dungeness Buoy bearing 199T dist 3.0mi. 16:43 anchored New dungeness HARB light 305.5T New dungeness Bouy 3.4mi, nearest pt of land on Protection Id 4.2


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26 January 1951

At/From ???

Lat 48.2, Long -123


11.40: New Dungeness Light bearing 305T dist 3mi Course 337T; 339; 320

15.10: 075T, 077, 054

15.55: Smith Island bearing 067T, dist 2.7mi

16.12: 047T, 049, 032

16.43: Davidson Rock bearing 092T dist 9 mi cc 028T, 030, 014

17.15: Lopez Pass light bearing 291.5; Belle Rock Light brg 044; Burrows Island Light brg 082

8AM: New Dungeness Wn

8PM: Rosario Straits Wasington

11.40: New Dungeness Light bearing 305T dist 3mi. Course 337T


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27 January 1951

At/From ???

Lat 48.48, Long -122.78


Bearing Lopez Pass Light 291.5T; Belle Rock Light 044T; Burroe's Island Light 082.5T; Smith Island Light 194.5T

Noon: Rosario Straits Wn


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28 January 1951

At/From ???

Lat 48.48, Long -122.78


Noon: Bearings: Lopez Pass Light 269T, Burrows Island Light 080T, Stack 021.5T, Belle Rock Light 043T

8AM: Rosario Strait Wn

Noon: Rosario Strait Wn

8PM: Oak Bay Wn

16.23: Oak Bay: Bush Point Light 057.5T; Oak Bay Buoy 012T; Oak Bay Beacon 332T

16.04: Liplip Point Bearing 351T dist 1.5mi cc 269T, 270, 250


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29 January 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


08.13: With Foulweather Bluff bearing 145T dist 2.5 mi cc 118T, 120, 094

09.12: With Apple cove Point Light Bearing 248T dist 1.3mi cc 171T, 172, 144

11.00: Moored Port side to Berth 1, Pier 90 U.S. Naval station Seattle, Wn

Noon: Seattle Wn


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30 January 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Berth #1, Pier 90, Seattle, Wn


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31 January 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle Wn


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LOGS FOR FEBRUARY 1951


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1 February 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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2 February 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.56, Long -122.64


09.40:

09.50: 230 T

10.15: Decatu Reef Buoy brg 295 T, dist. 0.5 miles, cc 246 T

10.30: Bainbridge Reef Buoy brg 34 T, dist. 500 yards, cc 309 T

11.50: Moored at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard

15.28:

16.25: Decatu Reef Lighted Buoy #2 brg 295 T, dist. 0.5 miles, cc 50 T

16.58: Moored, Seattle

16.13: Bainbridge Reef Buoy #2 brg 34 T, dist. 500 yards, cc 70 T

8AM: Seattle

Noon: Bremerton

8PM: Seattle


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3 February 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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4 February 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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5 February 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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6 February 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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7 February 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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8 February 1951

At/From ???

Lat 48.2, Long -122.97


02.05: Point No Point Light brg 225 T, dist. 1 mile, cc 305 T

02.19: Double Bluff Buoy #1 brg 68 T, dist. 1.1 miles, 330 T

02.46: Bush Point Light brg 78 T, 1.2 miles. cc 350 T

03.28: Marrowstone Light brg 222 T, dist. 1.5 miles. cc 310 T

04.05: Point Wilson Light brg 190 T, dist. 1.5 miles. cc 280 T

05.25: Passed New Dungeness Light abeam to port, dist. 2.2 miles

06.31: Passed Ediz Hook Light, abeam to port, dist. 6.9 miles.

06.57: Race Rock Light brg 0 T, dist. 2.2 miles, cc 285 T

08.15: 108 T

08.33: 93 T

00.40: West Point Light abeam to starboard, dist. 0.5 miles, cc 358 T

01.20: President Lighted Point brg 272 T, dist. 1.3 miles, cc 348 T

01.35: Apple Cove Light brg 228 T, dist. 1.8 miles, cc 340 T

08.15: CGC BALSAM

00.10:

8PM: Seattle

09.20: Race Rock Light abeam to port, dist. 4.1 miles.

09.53: 90 T

10.27: 88 T

11.15: New Dungeness Light brg 151 T, dist. 2.4 miles, cc 99 T

11.47: 100 T

12.50: Point Wilson Light brg 190 T, dist. 1.5 miles, cc 130 T

13.13: Marrowstone Point Light brg 222 T, dist. 1.5 miles. cc 170 T

13.43: Brick Point brg 78 T, dist. 1.2 miles, cc 150 T

14.01: Double Bluff Buoy #1 brg 68 T, dist. 1.1 miles, cc 125 T

14.21: Point No Point brg 225 T, dist. 1 mile, cc 160 T

14.56: CGC BALSAM

14.57: Apple Cove Point brg 248 T, dist. 1.3 miles, cc 172 T

15.21: President Point brg 272 T, dist. 1.3 miles, cc 182 T

15.47: West Point Light brg 44 T, dist. 0.7 miles, cc 143 T

16.00: Fourmile Rocks Light brg 13 T, dist. 0.7 miles, cc various

16.13: Moored, Seattle


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9 February 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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10 February 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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11 February 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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12 February 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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13 February 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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14 February 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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15 February 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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16 February 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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17 February 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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18 February 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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19 February 1951

At/From ???

Lat 48.19, Long -122.86


09.30: Apple Cove Point Light brg 248 T, 1.3 miles, cc 339 T

09.57: Point No Point Light brg 256 T, dist. 1 mile. cc 305 T

10.20: Foulweather Bluff Lighted Bell Buoy #2 brg 221 T, dist. 1.3 miles, cc 330 T

10.38: Bush Point Light brg 78 T, dist. 1.2 miles, cc 350 T

10.57: Marrowstone Point Light brg 305 T, dist. 2.5 miles, cc 344 T

11.06: Marrowstone Light brg 225 T, dist. 1.5 miles, cc 310 T

11.30: Point Wilson Light brg 190 T, dist. 1.5 miles, cc 279 T

12.50: New Dungeness Light brg 40 T, dist. 2.5 miles, cc 261 T

13.00: 249 T

08.01:

08.39: West Point Light brg 44 T, dist. 0.7 miles, cc 2 T

09.07: President Point Light Sign brg 272 T, dist. 1.3 miles, cc 352 T

8AM: Seattle

8PM: Port Angeles

14.15: Anchored, Port Angeles


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20 February 1951

At/From ???

Lat 48.14, Long -123.41


Noon: Port Angeles


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21 February 1951

At/From ???

Lat 48.23, Long -123.1


07.05:

07.28: Ediz Hook Sea Buoy brg 0 T, dist. 0.5 miles, cc 58 T

8PM: Dungeness Bay, Washington

17.05: New Dungeness Light brg 165 T, dist. 3.2 miles, cc 128 T

18.20:

19.03: course 342 T

19.28: Anchored. New Dungeness Light brg 305 T, Rocky Point 3.7 miles, tangent nearest point Protection Island 4.2 miles

Drills and swinging ship.


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22 February 1951

At/From ???

Lat 48.23, Long -123.1


07.58:

11.50:

12.28:

15.35: New Dungeness Light brg 22 T, dist. 4.3 miles, cc 243 T

17.04: Anchored, Port Angeles

8AM: New Dungeness Bay


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23 February 1951

At/From ???

Lat 48.22, Long -123.42


08.12:

08.30: Ediz Hook Lighted Bell Buoy #2 brg 300 T, dist. 1.3 miles. cc 0 T

13.35: Ediz Hook Light brg 128 T, dist. 5.7 miles, cc 274 T

14.28: Crescent Rock brg 208 T, dist. 2.3 miles, cc 101 T

15.36: Ediz Hook Light brg 160 T, dist. 24 miles

8AM: Port Angeles

8PM: Port Angeles

16.10: Anchored, Port Angeles

15.36: Ediz Hook Light brg 160 T, dist. 2.4 miles


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24 February 1951

At/From ???

Lat 48.15, Long -123.04


07.52:

08.20: Ediz Hook Lighted Bell Buoy #2 brg 250 T, dist. 1.2 miles, cc 36 T

10.25: Discovery Island Light brg 270 T, dist. 4 miles, cc 174 T

12.03: Anchored, New Dungeness Bay. New Dungeness Light brg 304.5 T, left tangent Protection Island 101.5 T, right tangent 112 T. Radar range of Protection Island 4 miles

8AM: Port Angeles


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25 February 1951

At/From ???

Lat 48.15, Long -123


11.38:

12.28: Point Wilson Light brg 111.5 T, dist. 7.4 miles, cc 99 T

13.08: Point Wilson brg 190 T, dist 1.4 miles, cc 130 T

13.36: Marrowstone Point brg 222 T, dist. 1.2 miles, cc 170 T

14.11: Bush Point brg 78 T, dist. 1.2 miles, cc 150 T

14.35: 125 T

14.52: Point No Point brg 225 T, dist. 1 mile, cc 160 T

15.50: President Point brg 272 T, dist. 1 mile, cc 209 T

16.11: Indianola Ferry sign on end of dock brg 305 T, cc 292 T

16.29: Anchored, Port Madison, Washington

Brgs Point Jefferson 72.5, Agate Pass Lt 238, Indianola Ferry Dock 25, Point Monroe 151.


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26 February 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


06.49:

07.57: Anchored, Seattle

Noon: Seattle


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27 February 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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28 February 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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LOGS FOR MARCH 1951


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1 March 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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2 March 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.74, Long -122.75


04.21:

04.30: 269 T

04.44: 323 T

05.00: West Point Light brg 41 T, dist. 0.7 miles, cc 359 T

05.55: Apple Cove Point Light brg 248 T, dist. 1.3 miles, cc 340 T

06.27: Point No Point brg 225 T, dist. 1 mile, cc 304 T

06.36: 298 T

06.51: 270 T

07.08: 150 T

07.15: Point Hannon brg 245 T, dist. 0.5 miles. cc 180 T

07.20: 221 T

07.40: 216 T

08.14: Moored, Bangor, Washington

11.47:

11.55: 0 T

Noon: Bangor, Washington

12.04: 35 T

13.07: Point Hannon brg 226 T, 0.9 miles dist., cc 50 T

13.10: Point Hannon brg 210 T, 1.4 miles dist., cc 90 T

13.15: Foulweather Bluff Lighted bell buoy #2 brg 188 T, 0.5 miles dist., cc 118 T

13.40: Point No Point brg 225 T, 1 mile dist., cc 160 T

14.17: Apple Cove Point brg 248 T, dist. 1.3 miles, cc 172 T

14.40: President Point Tower & Lighted Sign brg 314 T, 2 miles dist., cc 184 T

15.00:

15.05:

15.35: Moored, Seattle

12.21: South Point Light brg 323 T, dist. 0.7 miles, cc 44 T

12.43: Point Hannon brg 310 T, 0.5 miles dist., cc 0 T


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3 March 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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4 March 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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5 March 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


12.50:

13.31: Moored, Seattle

Noon: Seattle

13.31: Moored, Puget Sound Bridge and Dredging Company.


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6 March 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.58, Long -122.36


Noon: Seattle


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7 March 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.58, Long -122.36


Noon: Seattle


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8 March 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.58, Long -122.36


Noon: Seattle


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9 March 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.58, Long -122.36


Noon: Seattle


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10 March 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.58, Long -122.36


Noon: Seattle


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11 March 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.58, Long -122.36


Noon: Seattle


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12 March 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.58, Long -122.36


Noon: Seattle


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13 March 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.58, Long -122.36


Noon: Seattle


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14 March 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.58, Long -122.36


Noon: Seattle


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15 March 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.58, Long -122.36


Noon: Seattle


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16 March 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.58, Long -122.36


Noon: Seattle


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17 March 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.58, Long -122.36


Noon: Seattle


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18 March 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.58, Long -122.36


Noon: Seattle


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19 March 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.58, Long -122.36


Noon: Seattle


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20 March 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.58, Long -122.36


Noon: Seattle


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21 March 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.58, Long -122.36


Noon: Seattle


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22 March 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.58, Long -122.36


Noon: Seattle


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23 March 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.58, Long -122.36


Noon: Seattle


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24 March 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.58, Long -122.36


Noon: Seattle


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25 March 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.58, Long -122.36


Noon: Seattle


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26 March 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


11.06:

11.46: Moored, Seattle

Noon: Seattle


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27 March 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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28 March 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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29 March 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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30 March 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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31 March 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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LOGS FOR APRIL 1951


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1 April 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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2 April 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.35


05.03:

05.55:

Noon: Seattle


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3 April 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


10.02:

10.28:

Noon: Seattle


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4 April 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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5 April 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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6 April 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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7 April 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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8 April 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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9 April 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.73, Long -122.75


06.03:

06.10: 271 T

06.19: 323 T

06.31: 2 T

07.06: President Point brg 273 T, dist. 1.1 miles, cc 353 T

07.27: 340 T

07.57: Point No Point brg 226 T, dist. 0.75 miles, cc 298 T

08.18: Foulweather Bluff Lighted Bell Buoy #2 brg 180 T, dist. 0.5 miles, cc 270 T

08.21: Left tangent of Foulweather Bluff brg 135 T, dist. 1 mile, cc 205 T

08.35: Right tangent of Tala Point brg 270 T, dist. 0.5 miles. cc 144 T

08.50: Point Hannon Light brg 245 T, dist. 0.5 miles, cc 179 T

08.54: Point Hannon Light brg 310 T, dist. 0.5 miles, cc 221 T

10.30: Moored, Bangor

Noon: Bangor, Washington

13.24:

13.25: 0 T

13.50: 35 T

14.07: 41 T

14.44: 330 T

15.05: 0 T

15.38: 350 T

15.55: 343 T

16.18: 310 T

17.04: 320 T

17.09: Point Wilson Light brg 190 T, dist. 1.5 miles, cc 280 T

18.22: Anchored off New Dungess Light. Right tangent Protection Island brg 112 T, New Dungeness Light 309 T, Smith Island Light 36 T


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10 April 1951

At/From ???

Lat 48.14, Long -123.04


Noon: Dungeness Bay, Washington


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11 April 1951

At/From ???

Lat 48.48, Long -124.6


06.37:

06.42: 0 T

06.58: 300 T

07.12: New Dungeness Light brg 206 T, dist. 2 miles, cc 280 T

08.31: Race Rocks Light brg 0 T, dist. 22 miles, cc 285 T

13.40: 107 T

16.35: 119 T

19.18: Ediz Hook Light brg 122 T, cc 112 T

19.52: 144 T

20.16: Anchored. New Dungeness Light brg 75.5 T, Ediz Hook Light 274 T, house on beach 193 T

16.50: 109 T

17.53: 104 T

18.15: 102 T

18.35: Crescent Rock Buoy brg 144 T, cc 97 T


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12 April 1951

At/From ???

Lat 48.14, Long -123.36


13.20:

13.29: 50 T

14.44: 44 T

15.10: 90 T

15.27: 96 T

15.37: 101 T

15.52: 134 T

Noon: Port Angeles, Washington

16.00: 179 T

16.18: Anchored in Dungeness Bay. Smith Island Light brg 38 T, New Dungeness Light 305 T, Left tangent Protection Island 103 T


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13 April 1951

At/From ???

Lat 48.26, Long -123.03


11.05:

11.42: 20 T

12.05:

13.25:

16.30: 232 T

17.32: 239 T

18.07: Anchored, Port Angeles

15.25: Swinging ship

Bearings Pilot Station 313, Ediz Hook Lt 002, Washington Pulp Mill Stack 277.


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14 April 1951

At/From ???

Lat 48.13, Long -123.4


16.11: 90 T

16.27: 85 T

16.43: 80 T

17.05: 90 T

17.19: New Dungeness Light brg 212 T, cc 150 T

17.45: Anchored, New Dungeness Bay. New Dungeness Light brg 307 T, left tangent Protection Island 103 T, Smith Island 38.5 T

13.11:

13.25: Ediz Hook Lighted Bell Buoy brg 292 T, dist. 1.1 miles, cc 59 T


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15 April 1951

At/From ???

Lat 48.15, Long -123.03


13.06: course 6 T

14.04: 116 T

15.10: Point Wilson brg 190 T, dist. 1.5 miles, cc 130 T

15.45: Marrowstone Point brg 222 T, cc 178 T

16.04: 180 T

16.22: 170 T

16.55: Anchored in Oak Bay, Washington. Oak Bay Light brg 335 T, Bush Point Light 58 T, left tangent Olele Point 48 T

Noon: Dungeness Bay, Washington


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16 April 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


06.29:

06.36: 111 T

07.02: 125 T

07.32: Point No Point brg 226 T, dist. 1 mile, cc 160 T

08.06: Apple Cove Light brg 248 T, cc 172 T

08.25: President Point Lighted Sign brg 272 T, cc 182 T

08.59: West Point Light brg 41 T, cc 146 T

09.31: Moored, Seattle


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17 April 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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18 April 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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19 April 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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20 April 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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21 April 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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22 April 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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23 April 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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24 April 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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25 April 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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26 April 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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27 April 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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28 April 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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29 April 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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30 April 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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LOGS FOR MAY 1951


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1 May 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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2 May 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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3 May 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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4 May 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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5 May 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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6 May 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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7 May 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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8 May 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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9 May 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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10 May 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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11 May 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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12 May 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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13 May 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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14 May 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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15 May 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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16 May 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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17 May 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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18 May 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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19 May 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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20 May 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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21 May 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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22 May 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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23 May 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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24 May 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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25 May 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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26 May 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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27 May 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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28 May 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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29 May 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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30 May 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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31 May 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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LOGS FOR JUNE 1951


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1 June 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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2 June 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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3 June 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Seattle


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4 June 1951

At/From ???

Lat 48.27, Long -122.9


10.56: Marrowstone Lt. abeam to port, dist. 1.5 miles, cc 310 T

11.02: 320 T

12.05: Smith Island Light brg 47 T, dist. 3.7 miles, cc 322 T

08.06:

08.35: West Point Light brg 41 T, cc 2 T

09.15: 342 T

09.54: Point No Point abeam to port, dist. 1.5 miles, cc 305 T

10.10: Double Bluff abeam to starboard, dist. 2 miles. cc 330 T

10.22: 335 T

10.27: 345 T

10.32: Bush Point Lt. abeam to starboard, dist. 1.5 miles

10.40: 340 T

11.07: 325 T

13.37: Lime Kiln Light brg 52 T, dist. 1.2 miles, cc 340 T

10.52: 332 T

10.48: 335 T

11.15: Point Wilson Lt. abeam to port, dist. 1.5 miles

11.52: 314 T

14.25: Turn Point Light brg 102 T, dist. 1 mile. cc 63 T

15.10: East Point Light brg 238 T, dist. 1 mile. cc 39 T

15.24: Alder Point Light brg 129 T, dist. 1.1 miles, cc 313 T

17.50: 320 T

18.03: Thrasher Rock Light brg 270 T, dist. 3.3 miles, cc 300 T

20.17: Ballenas Island Light abeam to port, dist. 2 miles, cc 297 T

21.23: Sirius Island Light abeam to starboard, dist. 1.5 miles, cc 317 T

23.15: Cape Lazo Light abeam to port, dist. 3.5 miles. cc 314 T


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5 June 1951

At/From ???

Lat 50.74, Long -127.35


00.57: Anchored, Oyster Bay, Vancouver Island. Cape Mudge Light brg 342 T, Kuhushan Point Light 157 T, Lighted Buoy 53 T

03.15:

03.25: 339 T

03.35: 330 T

03.48: Cape Mudge Light abeam to starboard, dist. 0.3 miles. cc 345 T

04.02: Hotel in Campbell brg 253 T, cc 330 T

04.20: Steep Island brg 60 T, dist. 0.4 miles, cc 322 T

04.40: Race Point Light brg 230 T, dist. 0.4 miles, cc 298 T

04.45: Maud Island abeam to starboard, cc 350 T

05.28: Left tangent of the westernmost Chain Island brg 80 T, dist. 0.6 miles, cc 340 T

05.33: Granite Point brg 70 T, dist. 0.5 miles, cc 335 T

05.38: Cinque Islands brg 65 T, dist. 0.3 miles, cc 344 T

05.50: Beaver Rock Light brg 225 T, dist. 0.4 miles. cc 282 T

05.55: Rock Point brg 240 T, dist. 0.5 miles, cc 302 T

06.17: Ripple Point brg 160 T, dist. 0.5 miles, cc 269 T

06.46: Vans Hart Point brg 40 T, dist. 0.4 miles, cc 289 T

06.58: Camp Point brg 199 T, dist. 0.25 miles, cc 270 T

07.04: Helmaken Island Light brg 0 T, dist. 0.4 miles, cc 287 T

07.15: West tangent of Akusan Bluff brg 197 T, dist. 0.7 miles, cc 314 T

07.30: Left tangent York Island brg 44 T, dist. 0.9 miles, cc 297 T

08.10: 292 T

10.43: 282 T

11.09: Pulteney Point Light abeam to starboard, cc 310 T

11.31: 320 T

12.02: Round Island Light brg 223 T, dist. 0.9 miles, cc 309 T

12.13: Masterman Island Light brg 217 T, dist 0.7 miles, cc 292 T

12.54: Noble Islets Light brg 54 T, dist. 0.4 miles, cc various

13.10: Scarlett Point Light brg 270 T, dist. 0.4 miles, cc 0 T

13.15: Scarlett Point Light brg 211 T, dist. 0.75 miles, cc 315 T

13.55: Pine Island Light brg 47 T, dist. 1 mile, cc 345 T

15.25: Egg Island Light brg 75 T, dist. 1.4 miles, cc 3 T

16.33: Clark Point brg 270 T, dist. 1.5 miles, cc 355 T

17.21: Addenbroke Island Light abeam to starboard, dist. 3 miles, cc 342 T

18.07: Kelpie Point brg 280 T, dist. 2 miles, cc 4 T

19.26: Fog Rock brg 92 T, dist. 0.6 miles, cc 2 T

19.45: Pointer Island brg 261 T, dist. 0.6 miles, cc 294 T

19.58: Serpent Point brg 204 T, dist. 0.2 miles, cc 261 T

20.10: 288 T

08.24: Broken Island Light abeam to starboard, dist. 0.5 miles. cc 274 T

09.15: Cracoft Island Light abeam to starboard, dist. 0.5 miles, cc 288 T

10.01: 282 T

10.24: 287 T

10.27: 302 T

10.30: 304 T

10.32: 302 T

20.21: 311 T

20.26: 358 T

20.37: 347 T

20.47: 18 T

22.14: Anchored off Ivory Islands Light. Susan Rock Lighthouse brg 305.5 T, Ivory Island Light 12 T, Idol Point Light 99 T

20.58: 57 T

21.00: Dryad Point Light abeam to port

21.07: 315 T

21.17: 287 T

21.42: Idol Point Light abeam to port, dist. 0.03 miles, cc 285 T

21.52: 290 T

07.04: Helmcken Island Light brg 0 T, dist. 0.4 miles, cc 287 T 07.15: West tangent of Hksam Bluff brg 197 T, dist. 0.7 miles, cc 314 T 07.30: Left tangent Yorke Island brg 44 T, dist. 0.9 miles, cc 297 T


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6 June 1951

At/From ???

Lat 53.17, Long -128.68


08.05: 22 T

08.15: 352 T

08.56: 347 T

09.12: Boat Bluff Light close aboard to starboard

09.19: 332 T

09.35: 12 T

10.08: 8 T

10.29: 22 T

10.37: 7 T

10.55: 354 T

11.14: Swainson Bay North tangent abeam to starboard, cc 345 T

06.49:

06.53: Robb Point brg 72 T, dist. 1.1 miles, cc 323 T

07.30: Vancouver Rock brg 53 T, dist. 1 mile, cc 10 T

07.43: Gaudier Island brg 100 T, dist. 0.9 miles, cc 27 T

11.27: 347 T

12.05: 311 T

12.50: 323 T

13.05: Kingcome Point Light abeam to port, dist. 0.2 miles. cc 278 T

13.30: Trivett Point Light abeam to port, cc 260 T

13.45: Point Cumming Light abeam to starboard, dist. 0.2 miles, cc 298 T

14.27: 316 T

16.33: Morning Reef abeam to starboard, close aboard.

17.10: 320 T

18.06: Pitt Island North End Light brg 250 T, dist. 0.8 miles, cc 300 T

18.22: Watson Rock brg 30 T, dist. 0.5 miles, cc 345 T

18.56: Baumfield Island brg 239 T, dist. 0.9 miles, cc 301 T

19.30: Cruice Rock brg 31 T, dist. 0.9 miles, cc 326 T

20.15: 332 T

20.45: Lucy Islands Light abeam to port, dist. 1 miles, cc 345 T

21.20: 347 T

21.57: 337 T

22.12: Green Islands abeam to starboard, dist. 0.5 miles, cc 347 T

22.32: Holliday Islands Light abeam to port, cc 321 T

23.05: Lord Rock Light abeam to starboard, dist. 1.7 miles

23.57: Anchored. Tangent A brg 13 T, Tree Point Light 114 T, Lord Rock 135 T

11.42: Asher Point Light abeam to starboard, 342 T

11.45: 328 T

11.58: Red Cliff Point Light abeam to port, dist. 0.2 miles, cc 283 T


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7 June 1951

At/From ???

Lat 55.33, Long -131.63


05.07:

05.17: Tree Point Light brg 318 T, 2.1 miles dist. cc 340 T

06.54: Mary Island Light brg 251 T, dist. 0.8 miles, cc 330 T

07.11: Triple Islands (north tangent) brg 240 T, dist. 0.6 miles, cc 315 T

07.38: Hay Rock Light brg 225 T, dist. 0.6 miles, cc 298 T

08.02: 319 T

08.08: 326 T

08.16: Spine Island Light abeam to port, cc 296 T

08.26: Cutter Rock abeam to starboard, cc 302 T

08.35: 340 T

09.04: Moored, Ketchikan


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8 June 1951

At/From ???

Lat 55.33, Long -131.63


Noon: Ketchikan, Alaska


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9 June 1951

At/From ???

Lat 56.07, Long -132.68


06.48:

07.10: 279 T

07.12: 310 T

07.20: Charcoal Point Dock Light brg 32 T, dist. 150 yards, cc 317 T

07.35: Peninsula Point Beacon brg 47 T, dist. 0.2 miles, cc 310 T

07.47: Rosa Reef brg 250 T, dist. 0.5 miles, cc 310 T

08.07: Guard Island brg 220 T, dist. 0.6 miles, cc 295 T

08.32: Caamano Point brg 25 T, dist. 0.8 miles, cc 300 T

09.00: Niblack Point brg 30 T, dist. 1.2 miles, cc 318 T

09.32: Ship Island brg 40 T, dist. 1 mile, cc 334 T

10.42: Narrow Point brg 244 T, dist. 2.3 miles, cc 325 T

12.48: Key Reef abeam to starboard, dist. 0.6 miles, cc 334 T

13.34: Bushy Island Light abeam to port, cc 290 T

13.38: 290 T

14.05: Archery Island Light abeam to port, cc 320 T

14.22: 300 T

14.45: The Eye Opener Light abeam to port, cc 267 T

15.57: Point Baker Light brg 148 T, dist. 2.3 miles. cc 200 T

17.53: Point St. Albans left tangent brg 310 T, dist. 3.6 miles, cc 242 T

18.35: Cape Decision Light brg 332, dist. 0.6 miles, cc 258 T

18.40: Cape Decision Light brg 50 T, dist. 1.25 miles, cc 320 T

19.27: Point Crowley Light brg 50 T, dist. 2.6 miles, cc 349 T

20.24: Harris Point brg 79 T, dist. 3 miles, cc 354 T

21.11: 47 T

22.06: Anchored, Davis Rock brg 122 T, cross tangent Windfall Islands 147 T, Piledriver Cove 65 T

14.27: Point Colpoys Light abeam to port, dist. 1.9 miles.


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10 June 1951

At/From ???

Lat 57.62, Long -133.75


05.05:

05.12: 312 T

05.45: Point Ellis brg 97 T, dist. 3.7 miles, cc 354 T

07.15: Kingsmill Point Light brg 84 T, dist. 2.4 miles, cc 36 T

10.04: Round Rock brg 124 T, dist. 0.9 miles. cc 41 T

10.21: False Point Pybus abeam, brg 270 T, dist. 1.5 miles, cc 17 T

11.40: Point Hugh brg 300 T, dist. 3.5 miles. cc 346 T

13.08: Midway Island Light brg 73 T, cc 334 T

14.22: 343 T

14.38: Grand Island Light brg 253 T, cc 326 T

14.58: Point Arden Light brg 226 T, cc 316 T

15.15: Passed Magnion Island abeam to port.

15.20: 325 T

15.25: 317 T

8PM: Juneau

16.10: Moored, Juneau


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11 June 1951

At/From ???

Lat 58.29, Long -134.4


Noon: Juneau


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12 June 1951

At/From ???

Lat 58.29, Long -134.4


Noon: Juneau


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13 June 1951

At/From ???

Lat 58.29, Long -134.4


16.10:

17.12: Marmion Island Light brg 320 T, dist. 0.7 miles, cc 242 T

17.17: Icy Point brg 332 T, dist. 0.6 miles, cc 281 T

18.12: Inner Point Beacon brg 11 T, dist. 1 mile, cc 315 T

18.25: Middle Point Lighted Buoy #2 brg 44 T, dist. 0.5 miles, cc 328 T

18.46: George Rock Day beacon brg 57 T, dist. 1 mile, cc 314 T

19.20: Favorite Reef Light brg 23 T, dist. 0.4 miles, cc 336 T

19.35: Faust Rock Lighted Bell Buoy brg 245 T, dist. 0.5 miles, cc 287 T

19.44: Point Retreat Light brg 180 T, dist. 1 mile, cc 231 T

19.53: Point Retreat Light brg 90 T, dist. 1.2 miles, cc 180 T

21.08: Rocky Island brg 270 T, dist. 1.9 miles, cc 220 T

21.15: Rocky Island brg 310 T, dist. 1.4 miles, cc 265 T

21.23: Rocky Island brg 0 T, dist. 1 mile, cc 293 T

Noon: Juneau

21.53: Sister's Island abeam to port, dist. 1.5 miles

23.03: Pleasent Island bell buoy brg 23 T, dist. 0.6 miles, cc 280 T

23.25: Point Adolphus brg 180 T, dist. 1.3 miles, cc 294 T

23.53: 304 T


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14 June 1951

At/From ???

Lat 58.3, Long -137.46


00.05: Anchored. Point Carolus radar brg 326 T, radar range 1.8 miles. Arcon Rock radar brg 51 T, radar range 3.3 miles, Lemesaurier Island Light visual brg 213 T, radar rnage 2 miles

04.10: 250 T

05.30: Indian Islands Light brg 165 T, dist. 0.7 miles, cc 230 T

06.15:

09.00:

09.25: Cape Spencer brg 18 T, dist. 1.6 miles, cc 270 T

10.45: Icy Point brg 0 T, dist. 14 miles, cc 309 T

19.50: 331 T

21.23: Ocean Cape Light brg 53 T, dist. 4.3 miles, cc 4 T

21.40: 44 T

22.47: Anchored. Yakutat Bay Middle Shoal buoy #3 brg 4 T, North tangent cannery dock 94 T, north tangent sun dock 103.5 T

00.05: Anchored. Point Carolus radar brg 326 T, radar range 1.8 miles. Ancon Rock radar brg 51 T, radar range 3.3 miles, Lemesaurier Island Light visual brg 213 T, radar rnage 2 miles

05.30: Inian Islands Light brg 165 T, dist. 0.7 miles, cc 230 T


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15 June 1951

At/From ???

Lat 59.55, Long -139.73


09.23:

09.40: Moored, Yakutat, Alaska


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16 June 1951

At/From ???

Lat 59.55, Long -139.73


22.35: 270 T

13.53:

14.37: Yakutat Bay Lighted Whistle Buoy +4 close aboard to port, cc 273 T

23.15: Set clocks back one hour to Zone 9 time


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17 June 1951

At/From ???

Lat 60.02, Long -146.63


02.31: Cape St. Elias Light brg 0 T, dist. 11 miles. cc 350 T

02.52: Cape St. Elias Light brg 19 T, dist. 7.9 miles. cc 0 T

05.15: Cape St. Elias Light brg 120 T, dist. 3 miles. cc 270 T

09.40: Cape Hinchinbrook brg 330 T, dist. 24 miles, cc 330 T

16.55: 195 T

18.10: 185 T

8PM: The log has 146 80 W written, but 80 is too high for a minutes value. Transcribed as 60.

11.05: cc 185


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18 June 1951

At/From ???

Lat 58.02, Long -147.5


01.54: 160 T

03.10: 330 T

02.35: Secured hawser to B.C. Lady, towing her to Seward.


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19 June 1951

At/From ???

Lat 59.75, Long -149.38


08.45: 340 T

12.43: 350 T

13.15: Left tangent of Rugged Island brg 54 T, nearest point of land on Rugged Island 1.5 miles, cc 23 T

15.02: Caines Head Light brg 270 T, dist. 0.65 miles, cc 345 T

17.27: Moored, Seward, Alaska


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20 June 1951

At/From ???

Lat 60.02, Long -147.08


03.02:

03.49: Caines Head Light brg 270 T, dist. 0.65 miles, cc 203 T

04.45: Barwell Island brg 26 T, dist. 1.7 miles, cc 105 T

08.50: Cape Cleare brg 0 T, dist. 8 miles, cc 64 T

10.47: Tanker Island brg 330 T, dist. 5 miles, cc 25 T

12.44: 34 T

13.07: 61 T

17.20: Cape Hinchinbrook Light brg 0 T, dist. 3 miles, cc 111 T

20.52: 104 T

23.35: Hove to off Cape St Elias Light Station

14.12: Hove to. Lowered boat to deliver supplies to Cape Hinchinbrook Lt Stn.

Cape Hinchinbrook brg 0 degs. True 3 miles

21.52: 104 T


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21 June 1951

At/From ???

Lat 58.87, Long -147.9


01.50: course 238 T

13.27: 270 T

14.12: 243 T

18.49: 270 T

19.02: 243 T

01.50: Underway course 238 T


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22 June 1951

At/From ???

Lat 57.73, Long -152.38


07.23: Cape Chiniak brg 238 T, dist. 6 miles, cc 287 T

08.51: Anchored, Chiniak Bay. Viesoki Island brg 217.5 T, St. Paul Harbor Entrance Light 303 T, St. Paul Harbor Entrance Buoy #10 352 T.

13.21:

14.00: Moored, Kodiak, Alaska


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23 June 1951

At/From ???

Lat 57.74, Long -152.51


14.58:

15.48: 100 T

16.20: Humpback Rock Lighted Whistle Buoy #1 brg 210 T, dist. 0.5 miles, cc 130 T

17.05: Chiniak Island Light brg 262 T, dist. 4.2 miles. cc 180 T

18.38: Left tangent of Ugak Island brg 270 T, dist. 8.5 miles, cc 222 T

21.30: 224 T

Noon: Kodiak, Alaska


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24 June 1951

At/From ???

Lat 56.17, Long -154.52


20.36: Aghiyuk Island N point brg 191 T, dist. 5 miles, cc 242 T

02.36: 229 T

07.00: Cape Sitkiniak brg 312 T, dist. 11.8 miles, cc 245 T

13.26: 218 T


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25 June 1951

At/From ???

Lat 55.29, Long -161.57


02.40: Mitrofania Light brg 321, dist. 7 miles. cc 247 T

07.35: Andronica Island Light brg 109 T, dist. 2.5 miles, cc 282 T

09.22: Unga Spit Light brg 150 T, dist. 1.8 miles, cc 243 T

10.41: Jude Island brg 153 T, dist. 3.5 miles, cc 270 T

11.45: Radar brg on left tangent Cape Tolstoi 0 T, range to Flat Island 5.6 miles. cc 240 T

13.05: Bluff Point brg 123 T, dist. 1.2 miles, cc 178 T

13.25: Cape Moss buoy brg 270 T, 0.5 miles. cc 220 T

13.30: Goloi Island Lt. brg 60 T, 0.5 miles, cc 168 T

13.52: Iliasik Island Light brg 258 T, 0.1 miles. cc 220 T

14.00: Iliasik Island Light brg 345 T, 0.7 miles. cc 264 T

15.09: Morgan Point Light brg 0 T, dist. 2 miles. cc 241 T

15.30: Fox Island brg 151 T, dist 0.9 miles. cc 227 T

16.43: Amagat Island brg 318 T, cc 224 T

17.55: Cape Pankof Light brg 310 T, dist. 1.4 miles, cc 251 T

18.05: 268 T

18.57: Anchored, West Anchor Cove. Rock brg 140 T, Point 254 T

21.23:

21.32: 220 T

22.08: Bird Island brg 10 T, dist. 4.6 miles, cc 251 T

23.47: 288 T

Mitrofania Island Light brg 321 degs. True 7 miles at 0240.


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26 June 1951

At/From ???

Lat 54.62, Long -164.93


00.19: 241 T

01.27: various

02.08: 263 T

02.44: Scotch Cap Light brg 325 T, dist. 5.5 miles, cc 280 T

03.47: Scotch Cap Light brg 45 T, cc 298 T

04.23: 328 T

06.46: Anchored. Left tangent Unimak Island 69 T, Cape Sarichef Lt. 174 T, Rock 194 T

14.55:

15.10: 233 T

18.05: Akun Head brg 160 T, dist. 2 miles, cc 178 T

18.16: 169 T

19.00: Akutan Point Light brg 259 T

19.10: Anchored, Akutan Harbor. Akutan Point Light brg 26.5 T, N end whaling station dock 264 T, left tangent of point of land 132 T


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27 June 1951

At/From ???

Lat 54.17, Long -165.71


11.42:

11.58: 349 T

12.43: N tangent Akun Head brg 85 T, dist. 4.2 miles, cc 52 T

12.53: Right tangent Akun Head brg 160 T, dist. 2 miles, cc 84 T

16.22: Scotch Cap Light brg 62 T, dist. 1.1 miles, cc 264 T

19.05: Akun Head brg 160 T, dist. 2 miles, cc 215 T

19.30: 180 T

19.41: 169 T

20.05: 173 T

20.29: 273 T

20.31: Anchored in Akutan Harbor. Race Rocks Light brg 87 T, Akutan Point Light 29 T, Akutan Village Church 284.5 T

20.14: North Akutan Point Light brg 259 T, cc 210 T

20.20: Akutan Point Light brg 334 T, cc 253 T


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28 June 1951

At/From ???

Lat 54.13, Long -165.75


Noon: Akutan Harbor


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29 June 1951

At/From ???

Lat 54.13, Long -165.75


Noon: Akutan Harbor


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30 June 1951

At/From ???

Lat 54.13, Long -165.75


23.55:

Noon: Akutan Harbor



LOGS FOR JULY 1951


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1 July 1951

At/From ???

Lat 54.34, Long -165.51


00.00: 0018 Akutan Point light bearing 259 set course 349 0055 cc 033

01.21: Akun Head L tan bearing 160 cc 084

03.43: various courses approaching Scoth Cap Light

0400 to 0800: 0530 No 3 boat returned with following passengers; PYRZYNSKI EDWIN BM1 (262-969) for dental treatment and PIERCE BLANCHARD (270-297) EN2 for examination for advancement in rate. 0720 No 3 boat returned with following passengers. SOUTHWARD, HORACE W. (274-815) SN for dental treatment and RACANELLI, ANTHONY (n) (277-315) EN3 for dental treatment and examination for advancement in rate.

08.00: Hove to off Scotch Cap, Unimak Island Alaska

09.44: set course 264 with Scotch Cap Light bearing 072 T, dist 2.5 mi

10.10: Observed large flocks of sea birds

12.00: 1200 on course 261 1228 AKUN HEAD bearing 160 T dist 2.0 mi cc 250

13.43: NORTH HEAD LIGHT bearing 133 T dist 2.3 mi cc 223

15.35: Priest Rock bearing 122 T dist 1.2 mi cc 210. Standing into UNALASKA BAY.

20.00: moored Dutch Harbor

16.00: 1622 steering various courses standing in Iliuliuk Bay. 1655 Moored port side to Ballyhoo Dock, Dutch Harbor, Alaska.

1600 to 2400: 1630 LCVP #5 departed on mail run, Ensign H Fergelson, in charge. 1825 LCVP #5 departed with first liberty party and BAADY, FRANK E. (100-389) CSC and HOLT, ELTON J. (278-164) EN1, assigned temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol, Unalaska, Alaska.

00.00: 0018 Akutan Point light bearing 259 set course 349. 0055 cc 033

Maintaining station off Scotch Cap Light.

0400 to 08.00: 0530 No 3 boat returned with following passengers; PYRZYNSKI EDWIN BM1 (262-969) for dental treatment and PIERCE BLANCHARD (270-297) EN2 for examination for advancement in rate. 0720 No 3 boat returned with following passengers. SOUTHWARD, HORACE W. (274-815) SN for dental treatment and RACANELLI, ANTHONY (n) (277-315) EN3 for dental treatment and examination for advancement in rate.

12.00: 1200 on course 261. 1228 AKUN HEAD bearing 160 T dist 2.0 mi cc 250

1600 to 24.00: 1630 LCVP #5 departed on mail run, Ensign H Fergelson, in charge. 1825 LCVP #5 departed with first liberty party and BAADY, FRANK E. (100-389) CSC and HOLT, ELTON J. (278-164) EN1, assigned temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol, Unalaska, Alaska.

20.00: moored. Dutch Harbor


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2 July 1951

At/From ???

Lat 53.89, Long -166.53


00.05: BAADY, FRANK E. (100-389) CSC and HOLT, ELTON J. (273-164) EN1 returned with last liberty party, having completed temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol, Unalaska, Alaska.

0900 to 1600: 0921 - U.S. Fish and Wildlife vessel Penquin II alongside to starboard for medical and dental aid to crew. 1250 Penquin II departed.

17.40: Kearns, GEORGE F. (265-353) ENC and FELLER, AMBROSE J. JR. (270-693) GM1 departed on TAD as shore patrol in Unalaska.

Noon: moored Dutch Harbor

0900 to 16.00: 0921 - U.S. Fish and Wildlife vessel Penquin II alongside to starboard for medical and dental aid to crew. 1250 Penquin II departed.

Noon: moored. Dutch Harbor


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3 July 1951

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -167.67


00.35: KEARNS, GEORGE F (265-353) ENC and FELLER, AMBROSE J. JR. (270-698) GM2 returned from TAD as shore patrol in Unalaska.

06.45: Unmoored underway on various courses standing out of Dutch Harbor into Unalaska Bay

07.00: 0711 Stopped 0712 Underway 0750 Cape Cheerful bearing 259 T dist 4.5 mi set course 286

08.33: Winslow Island bearing 180 T dist 3.8 mi set course 253

09.52: W tan Cape Kourizhka bearing 180 T dist 8.5 mi set course 244

11.25: DeShONE JAMES A (288-717) SA placed on report by ENS H A FEIGLESON Officer of the Deck for the following offense: While assigned to look out duty and on duty, reading a comic magazine behind the shield of the MK 51 gun director, sitting in such a position that his visibility was restricted in all directions except straight up.

18.20: Visibility reduced to 1 1/2 miles; commenced sounding fog signals

20.00: cc 238

21.05: Visibility improved to 7 miles

23.30: cc 246

07.00: 0711 Stopped. 0712 Underway. 0750 Cape Cheerful bearing 259 T dist 4.5 mi set course 286

09.52: W tan Cape Kovrizhka bearing 180 T dist 8.5 mi set course 244


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4 July 1951

At/From ???

Lat 52.23, Long -173.88


02.50: R tan Amukta Island bearing 183 T, dist 13.6 mi cc 250

06.50: Finch Pt. bearing 170 T dist 6.0 mi cc 254

07.00: Observing holiday routine in commemoration of Independence Day.

10.40: cc 243

1200 to 1600: 1206 Visibility reduced commenced sounding fog signals 1254 Secured fog signals

12.00: 1214 Cape Shaw bearing 344 dist 6.1 mi cc 270 1225 various courses standing into Nazan Bay

13.10: Anchored in Nazan Bay on the following true bearings: L tan Cone Island 206; R tan Uyak Island 130; Palisades Point 061

20.00: Anchored Nazan Bay

22.00: 2231 Anchor aweigh, under way steering various courses standing out Nazan Bay. 2233 Set course 90

23.00: 2325 cc 012 2346 cc 000

12.00: 1214 Cape Shaw bearing 344 dist 6.1 mi cc 270. 1225 various courses standing into Nazan Bay

23.00: 2325 cc 012. 2346 cc 000


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5 July 1951

At/From ???

Lat 51.86, Long -176.64


00.00: Standing out of NAZAN BAY into the BERING SEA 0013 cc 328 0027 NORTH CAPE LIGHT bearing 278 T dist 8.0 mi cc 308

01.25: NORTH CAPE Light bearing 180 T dist 5.0 mi cc 253

09.32: Swallow Head Lt. bearing 175 T dist 1.9 mi cc 220

09.50: MURRILL, CLYDE T JR (283-566) advanced from TA to TN effective 1 July 1951; Auth: HQTRS LTR 3 July 1951

11.00: 1116 cc 241 standing into Sweeper Cove 1142 cc 257 1156 Moored port side to Pier Ten (10) north Adak Alaska Naval Base

1200 to 1600: 1530 The following men were transferred to NAV STA Adak for transportation via MATS to Seattle, for temporary duty at the Co Gard Base Seattle and further transfer to schools: HUNT EDWARD O (291-136) SA, HAMMER ARILD R (293-532) SA, HEATH JACK W. C. (293-081) SA by authority of C13CGD/MSG 261738Z June 1951 and Commanding Officer letter dated 5 July 1951 File P16-4. MADEIROS ALBERT P (208-694) DC1 transferred to NAV STA Adak for transportation via MATS to Co Gard Base, Seattle Wn for temporary duty and further assignment by authority of C13CGD/MSGS 282255Z June 1951 and 021528Z July 1951. 1545 KEARNS GEORGE F. (263-353) ENC (P) admitted for inpatient treatment at the U.S. Naval Hospital, Adak Alaska

Noon: ADAK ALASKA

20.00: ADAK ALASKA

00.00: Standing out of NAZAN BAY into the BERING SEA. 0013 cc 328. 0027 NORTH CAPE LIGHT bearing 278 T dist 8.0 mi cc 308

11.00: 1116 cc 241 standing into Sweeper Cove. 1142 cc 257. 1156 Moored port side to Pier Ten (10) north Adak Alaska Naval Base

1200 to 16.00: 1530 The following men were transferred to NAV STA Adak for transportation via MATS to Seattle, for temporary duty at the Co Gard Base Seattle and further transfer to schools: HUNT EDWARD O (291-136) SA, HAMMER ARILD R (293-532) SA, HEATH JACK W. C. (293-081) SA by authority of C13CGD/MSG 261738Z June 1951 and Commanding Officer letter dated 5 July 1951 File P16-4. MADEIROS ALBERT P (208-694) DC1 transferred to NAV STA Adak for transportation via MATS to Co Gard Base, Seattle Wn for temporary duty and further assignment by authority of C13CGD/MSGS 282255Z June 1951 and 021528Z July 1951. 1545 KEARNS GEORGE F. (263-353) ENC (P) admitted for inpatient treatment at the U.S. Naval Hospital, Adak Alaska


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6 July 1951

At/From ???

Lat 51.86, Long -176.64


0900 to 1600: 0900 EASTON, ROLAND L. (290-040) DC3; BERGER, MELVIN R. (286-709) HM3 having completed temporary duty and transportation aboard this vessel transferred this date to ADAK LORAN TRANSMITTING STATION for assignment to duty. Authority: CO, CG BASE, KETCHIKAN, Letter file P16-4/MM. 0935 Commanding Officer departed ship with COR MUZZY, COR WHITTEMORE to conduct inspection of Loran transmitting station, ADAK. 1500 C.O. held mast and awarded the following non-judicial punishment for reason stated. FELLER, AMBROSE J. JR. (270-693) GM1 awarded two (2) weeks restriction for violation of articles 92 and 112 of MCM; DESHONE, JAMES A. (287-717) SA awarded summary court martial for violation of article 113 MCM. TOOGOOD, ROBERT K. JR. (292-286) SA awarded fourteen (14) days extra police duties for violation of article 92 MCM; HURLEY, DONALD E. (291-293) SN awarded fourteen (14) days extra police duties for violation of article 92 MCM.

1600 to 2400: 1730 ASHWORTH, CARMEN (261-693) EN1; KENNY, JOHN E. (255-968) SK1; WRIGHT, H. W. (279-535) EM1 departed on temporary additional duty as shore patrol, adak. 2115 ASHWORTH, CARMEN (261-693) EN1; KENNY, JOHN E. (255-968) SK1; WRIGHT, H. W. (279-535) EM1 returned aboard having completed temporary additional duty as shore patrol, adak alaska.

Noon: Adak Alaska

0900 to 16.00: 0900 EASTON, ROLAND L. (290-040) DC3; BERGER, MELVIN R. (286-709) HM3 having completed temporary duty and transportation aboard this vessel transferred this date to ADAK LORAN TRANSMITTING STATION for assignment to duty. Authority: CO, CG BASE, KETCHIKAN, Letter file P16-4/MM. 0935 Commanding Officer departed ship with COR MUZZY, COR WHITTEMORE to conduct inspection of Loran transmitting station, ADAK. 1500 C.O. held mast and awarded the following non-judicial punishment for reason stated. FELLER, AMBROSE J. JR. (270-693) GM1 awarded two (2) weeks restriction for violation of articles 92 and 112 of MCM; DESHONE, JAMES A. (287-717) SA awarded summary court martial for violation of article 113 MCM. TOOGOOD, ROBERT K. JR. (292-286) SA awarded fourteen (14) days extra police duties for violation of article 92 MCM; HURLEY, DONALD E. (291-293) SN awarded fourteen (14) days extra police duties for violation of article 92 MCM.

1600 to 24.00: 1730 ASHWORTH, CARMEN (261-693) EN1; KENNY, JOHN E. (255-968) SK1; WRIGHT, H. W. (279-535) EM1 departed on temporary additional duty as shore patrol, adak. 2115 ASHWORTH, CARMEN (261-693) EN1; KENNY, JOHN E. (255-968) SK1; WRIGHT, H. W. (279-535) EM1 returned aboard having completed temporary additional duty as shore patrol, adak alaska.


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7 July 1951

At/From ???

Lat 51.95, Long -176.47


0900 to 1200: 0925 WILLARD L HIGGINBOTHAM lt (jg) (1509) departed on five (5) days emergency leave to commence upon arrival in the continental limits of the United States. 0930 Captain G. H. HAMILTON USN Commanding Officer US Naval Station Adak Alaska aboard for official visit to the Commanding Officer. 0956 Captain GH HAMILTON departed.

11.00: 1100 Unmoored underway on various courses standing out of Sweeper Cove in Kuluk Bay 1126 Stopped 1127 Underway 1152 Head Rock bearing 308 T dist 2.1 mi cc 000

12.00: 1217 Cape Adagdak bearing 270 T dist 3.8 mi cc 298 1244 Cape Adagdak bearing 180 T dist 2.0 mi cc 274

2000 to 2400: 2022 Visibility reduced to one-half mile due to fog, Commenced sounding fog signals. 2205 Visibility increased to six miles, secured fog signals.

8AM: Moored Sweeper Cove Adak

0900 to 12.00: 0925 WILLARD L HIGGINBOTHAM lt (jg) (1509) departed on five (5) days emergency leave to commence upon arrival in the continental limits of the United States. 0930 Captain G. H. HAMILTON USN Commanding Officer US Naval Station Adak Alaska aboard for official visit to the Commanding Officer. 0956 Captain GH HAMILTON departed.

11.00: 1100 Unmoored underway on various courses standing out of Sweeper Cove in Kuluk Bay. 1126 Stopped. 1127 Underway. 1152 Head Rock bearing 308 T dist 2.1 mi cc 000

12.00: 1217 Cape Adagdak bearing 270 T dist 3.8 mi cc 298. 1244 Cape Adagdak bearing 180 T dist 2.0 mi cc 274


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8 July 1951

At/From ???

Lat 52.52, Long 176.8


01.55: cc 284

14.12: cc 278

1200 to 1600: 1440 Commenced sounding fog signal, visibility 1.5 mi 1520 Secured fog signal visibility unlimited

20.05: L tan Shemya Island bearing 225 T dist 9.5 mi, cc 270

21.51: northwest point of Alaid Island bearing 140 T, dist 3.5 mi, cc 260

23.00: 2302 flashing white whistle buoy #1 bearing 118 T, dist .3 mi, cc 270 2307 various courses standing in Massacre Bay 2328 Anchored in Massacre Bay. Fixed anchorage on the following true bearings: Radar Buoy, 250 T, dist 4500 yards; Rock, 201 T, dist 6300 yards; lighted Whistle Buoy #1, 100 T, dist 8000 yards.

23.00: 2302 flashing white whistle buoy #1 bearing 118 T, dist .3 mi, cc 270. 2307 various courses standing in Massacre Bay. 2328 Anchored in Massacre Bay. Fixed anchorage on the following true bearings: Radar Buoy, 250 T, dist 4500 yards; Rock, 201 T, dist 6300 yards; lighted. Whistle Buoy #1, 100 T, dist 8000 yards.


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9 July 1951

At/From ???

Lat 52.83, Long 173.19


00.00: anchored on the following radar ranges and bearings: Radar buoy 250 T, dist 4500 yds; Rock, 201 T, dist 6300 yds; Lighted Whistle Buoy #1, 100 T, dist 8000 yds.

05.00: Visibility decreased to 1.0 mi commenced sounding fog signals.

09.10: Visibility increased to 3.0 mi secured from sounding fog signals

09.32: Anchor aweigh on various courses standing towards Pyramid Cove Massacre Bay Attu

11.10: Moored port side to north side pier 1 Pyramid Cove.

0800 to 1600: 1305 Commanding Officer Commander J. S. Muzzy and Commander L.L. Whittemoore departed to inspect the Lran Transmitting Station 1515 Inspection party returned.

21.00: 2107 Unmoored underway on various courses standing out of Pyramid Cove into Massacre Bay. 2154 Stopped 2151 Underway 2156 Alexai Point bearing 000 T dist 1.6 mi cc 090 standing out of Massacre Bay into Bering Sea

22.24: Chirikof Pt bearing 344 T dist 4.4 mi cc 080

23.43: cc 098

Noon: Moored ATTU

20.00: Moored ATTU

11.00: Not sure about the distance at 1100. Best guess is either 2.0 or 2.8.

0800 to 16.00: 1305 Commanding Officer Commander J. S. Muzzy and Commander L.L. Whittemoore departed to inspect the Lran Transmitting Station 1515 Inspection party returned.

21.00: 2107 Unmoored underway on various courses standing out of Pyramid Cove into Massacre Bay. 2154 Stopped. 2151 Underway. 2156 Alexai Point bearing 000 T dist 1.6 mi cc 090 standing out of Massacre Bay into Bering Sea


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10 July 1951

At/From ???

Lat 52.4, Long 177.4


0400 to 0800: 0445 Visibility reduced to less than (1) mile started sounding fog signals 0510 Visibility improved, increased to 4.0 miles secured fog signals 0653 Visibility reduced to 1.0 mile commenced fog signals 0730 Visibility increased to 3.0 miles secured fog signals

07.10: East Cape Buldir Island bearing 185 T dist 6.0 mi cc 103

1200 to 1600: 1215 Visibility reduced, placed lookout in bow, sounding fog signal 1525 Intermittant fog throughout watch, lookout in bow, sounding fog signals during low visibility.

1600 to 2000: Sounding fog signals, visibility less than one (1) mile. 1855 Visiblity increased to four (4) miles. Secured fog whistle.

16.00: 1630 cc 123 to stand clear of Radar Contact. 1655 Radar Contact abeam on port side at two (2.0) miles cc 103

19.26: cc 092

20.31: cc 097

22.06: cc 092


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11 July 1951

At/From ???

Lat 51.86, Long -176.63


0000 to 0400: 0003 Visibility reduced to 1.5 miles, commenced sounding fog signals. 0016 Visibility 6 miles; secured fog signal

08.00: 0815 Cape Adagdak bearing 180 T, dist 2 mi cc 118 0837 Cape Adagdak bearing 270 T dist 2.7 mi cc 180

09.00: 0908 Head Rock bearing 308 T dist 2.1 mi cc 242 standing into Kuluk Bay 0932 Standing into Sweeper Cove at various courses 0954 Moored port side to Pier Ten, north berth, Naval Station, Adak Alaska

1200 to 1600: 1430 A summary court martial with CDR L. L. WHITTEMORE, USCG, senior member convened in the case of DESHONE, JAMES A. (288-717) SA being tried for violation of Article 113, Unified Code of Military Justice. 1440 The summary court martial in the case of DESHONE, JAMES A. (288-717) SA convened, the defendent having been advised of the sentence as a result of his plea of guilty: restriction to the limits of the ship for period of two (2) months and forfeiture of pay in the amount of twenty-five dollars ($25.00) per month for a period of two (2) months, a total forfeiture of fifty dollars ($50.00). 1450 CORYELL, RUSSELL T. JR. (260-552) DCCA reported aboard for assignment to duty, authority CO, CGC KLAMATH order #130049 dated 4 July 1951, file MM/P16-4 and indorsements theron. ORTBLAD, JOHN M. (206-424) HMC reported aboard for assignment to duty, authority C13CGD order #130055 dated 5 July 1951 file MM/P16-4 and indorsements theron.

Noon: Moored Adak

20.00: Moored Adak

1600 to 2400: 1806 HOWARD, SAMUEL W. (259-887) BT1, YOUNG, ARCHIE A. (278-351) EN1 (P) and KIDNER, THERMON C. (279-944) ET2 departed on temporary additional duty as Hore Patrol, Adak, Alaska. 2135 HOWARD, SAMUEL W. (259-887) BT1, YOUNG, ARCHIE A. (278-351) EN1 (P) and KIDNER, THERMON C. (279-994) ET2 returned aboard having completed temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol, Adak, Alaska. 2235 YOUNG, ARCHIE A. (278-351) EN1 (P) placed on report for partaking of alcoholic beverage while on duty as Shore Patrol, by LTJG FRANCIS G. KAY (37846)

08.00: 0815 Cape Adagdak bearing 180 T, dist 2 mi cc 118. 0837 Cape Adagdak bearing 270 T dist 2.7 mi cc 180

09.00: 0908 Head Rock bearing 308 T dist 2.1 mi cc 242 standing into Kuluk Bay. 0932 Standing into Sweeper Cove at various courses. 0954 Moored port side to Pier Ten, north berth, Naval Station, Adak Alaska

1200 to 16.00: 1430 A summary court martial with CDR L. L. WHITTEMORE, USCG, senior member convened in the case of DESHONE, JAMES A. (288-717) SA being tried for violation of Article 113, Unified Code of Military Justice. 1440 The summary court martial in the case of DESHONE, JAMES A. (288-717) SA convened, the defendent having been advised of the sentence as a result of his plea of guilty: restriction to the limits of the ship for period of two (2) months and forfeiture of pay in the amount of twenty-five dollars ($25.00) per month for a period of two (2) months, a total forfeiture of fifty dollars ($50.00). 1450 CORYELL, RUSSELL T. JR. (260-552) DCCA reported aboard for assignment to duty, authority CO, CGC KLAMATH order #130049 dated 4 July 1951, file MM/P16-4 and indorsements theron. ORTBLAD, JOHN M. (206-424) HMC reported aboard for assignment to duty, authority C13CGD order #130055 dated 5 July 1951 file MM/P16-4 and indorsements theron.

1600 to 24.00: 1806 HOWARD, SAMUEL W. (259-887) BT1, YOUNG, ARCHIE A. (278-351) EN1 (P) and KIDNER, THERMON C. (279-944) ET2 departed on temporary additional duty as Hore Patrol, Adak, Alaska. 2135 HOWARD, SAMUEL W. (259-887) BT1, YOUNG, ARCHIE A. (278-351) EN1 (P) and KIDNER, THERMON C. (279-994) ET2 returned aboard having completed temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol, Adak, Alaska. 2235 YOUNG, ARCHIE A. (278-351) EN1 (P) placed on report for partaking of alcoholic beverage while on duty as Shore Patrol, by LTJG FRANCIS G. KAY (37846)


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12 July 1951

At/From ???

Lat 51.86, Long -176.63


08.40: LTJG WILLARD C HIGGINBOTHAM (4380) USCG reported aboard from four (4) days emergency leave.

15.30: KEARNS, GEORGE P. (265-353) ENC (P) transferred to C. G. Base Seattle, Wash. for orders or such other duty as may be assigned in accordance with C13CGD disp. 12-2215Z (742-51) Order No. 130238 P16-4 Dated 12 July 1951

20.00: 2030 Underway steering various courses standing out Sweeper Cove into Kuluk Bay. 2048 cc 062

21.24: cc 039

22.00: cc 037

23.00: Swallow Head Light bearing 180 T, dist 2 mi cc 073

Noon: Moored Adak


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13 July 1951

At/From ???

Lat 52.52, Long -172.2


01.05: Kasatochi Island bearing 180 T dist 5.0 mi

05.40: Atka Island bearing 180 T dist 5.0 mi cc 092

09.19: cc 089

10.40: cc 092

11.20: SEGUAM ISLAND LT bearing 180 T dist 5.0 mi cc 073

13.12: cc 082

16.00: north of Yunaska Iland 1650 E tan Yunaska Island bearing 172 T dist 4.0 mi cc 105

18.12: W tan Herbert Island bearing 000 T dist 2.1 mi cc 082

19.41: Concord Point bearing 000 T 3.1 mi, cc 052

19.55: cc 056

21.00: 2121 cc 082 2142 cc 086 in Samalga Pass standing in to Nikolski Bay 2158 steering various courses to anchorage in Nikolsk Bay

22.27: Anchored in Nikolski Bay

16.00: north of Yunaska Iland. 1650 E tan Yunaska Island bearing 172 T dist 4.0 mi cc 105

21.00: 2121 cc 082. 2142 cc 086 in Samalga Pass standing in to Nikolski Bay. 2158 steering various courses to anchorage in Nikolsk Bay


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14 July 1951

At/From ???

Lat 53.89, Long -166.53


00.00: Anchored in NIKOLSKI BAY, ALASKA on the following bearings: ANANIULIAK PT. 341 T; KELP PT. 065 T CAPE STARR 210 T 0030 Anchor aweigh on course 318

01.00: cc 007

02.00: DERBY POINT bearing 115 T dist 5.3 mi cc 041

05.00: Cape Tanak bearing 130 dist 10.0 mi cc 020

05.00: Not confident about the bearing being relative to "Cape Tanak", but that's the closest I could find in the area that appears to match.

08.58: Cape Kovrizhka bearing 180 T dist 7.8 mi cc 081

09.55: cc 092, Pt. Tebenkof bearing 180 T dist 3.5 mi

10.00: 1025 Wislow Island bearing 180 T cc 108 1037 changed to various courses standing into Unalaska Bay.

11.50: Moored port side to Ballyhoo Dock, Dutch Harbor, Alaska.

14.00: USCGC CLOVER entered Dutch Harbor

16.00: Following men departed for temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol in Unalaska: KALIN JOSEPH P (105-553) YNC, COLLETTE, PAUL L (276-473) EM1 ANDERSON GEORGE W (279-196) EN2, MURIEKES WILLIAM J (226-365) DC2

Noon: Ballyhoo Dock Dutch Hbr

20.00: Dutch Hbr

00.00: Anchored in NIKOLSKI BAY, ALASKA on the following bearings: ANANIULIAK PT. 341 T; KELP PT. 065 T CAPE STARR 210 T. 0030 Anchor aweigh on course 318

05.00: Cape Tanak bearing 130 dist 10.0 mi cc 060

10.00: 1025 Wislow Island bearing 180 T cc 108. 1037 changed to various courses standing into Unalaska Bay.

Noon: Ballyhoo Dock. Dutch Hbr


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15 July 1951

At/From ???

Lat 54.04, Long -166.5


00.43: The following men reported aboard having completed temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol in Unalaska, Alaska: KALIN JOSEPH P (105-553) YNC, COLLETTE PAUL L. (276-473) EM1, MURIECKES WILLIAM J (226-365) DC2, ANDERSON GEORGE W (279-196) EN2

10.00: Commanding Officers and Executive Officers of USCGS ships PATHFINDER and EXPLORER aboard to make official call.

11.00: 1114 underway, maneuvering in DUTCH HARBOR at various c/s 1125 Passed SPITHEAD LIGHT abeam to port standing into Iliuliuk Bay at various c/s 1130 cc 345 1148 cc 324

12.00: 1235 Wislow Island bearing 135 T dist 4.3 mi cc 287, standing out of UNALASKA BAY into the BERING SEA. 1250 Wislow Island bearing 190 T dist 3.5 mi cc 258

17.00: 1700 Various courses in vicinity of Bogoslov Island. 1724 Bogoslov Island bearing 098 T dist 1.1 mi took departure and set course 339

23.18: cc 337

8AM: Moored Dutch Harbor

Noon: Iliuliuk Bay

11.00: 1114 underway, maneuvering in DUTCH HARBOR at various c/s. 1125 Passed SPITHEAD LIGHT abeam to port standing into Iliuliuk Bay at various c/s. 1130 cc 345. 1148 cc 324


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16 July 1951

At/From ???

Lat 56.92, Long -170.1


06.39: cc 278

08.30: cc 348

10.00: 1020 cc 351 1035 cc 005

0800 to 1200: Numerous seals sighted througout watch.

13.00: 1305 cc 330 1306 various courses standing into anchorage off St. Paul Island. 1331 Anchored off St. Paul Island. Anchored on following true bearings: Tan Halfway Point 217, Polovina Hill 242, Hutchinson Hill 005

16.00: KENNY JOHN E (225-968) SK1 advanced in rate to SKC (P) effective 16 July 1951 by authority of HDQTS LTR dated 6 July 1951 File: PE-1/MM

20.00: Anchored off St Paul Pribilofs

0800 to 12.00: Numerous seals sighted througout watch.

10.00: 1020 cc 351. 1035 cc 005

13.00: 1305 cc 330. 1306 various courses standing into anchorage off St. Paul Island. 1331 Anchored off St. Paul Island. Anchored on following true bearings: Tan Halfway Point 217, Polovina Hill 242, Hutchinson Hill 005


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17 July 1951

At/From ???

Lat 57.21, Long -170.12


00.00: Anchored off Eastern end of ST. PAUL ISLAND (PRIBILOF ISLANDS) ALASKA. On the following true bearings; Tan HALFWAY POINT 271; POLOVINA HILL 242; HUTCHINSON HILL 005.

14.17: Underway various courses

16.15: various courses

17.20: Anchored off Northeast side of St Paul Island on following true bearings. Halfway Pt. 220 Pavolina Hill 265 Huchinson Hill 002

Noon: Anchored off St Paul Is Pribilofs

00.00: Anchored off Eastern end of ST. PAUL ISLAND (PRIBILOF ISLANDS) ALASKA. On the following true bearings; Tan HALFWAY POINT 271; POLOVINA HILL 242;. HUTCHINSON HILL 005.


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18 July 1951

At/From ???

Lat 57.19, Long -170.12


00.00: Anchored off Eastern end of St. Paul Island on following true bearings: Polovina Hill 264.5 Hutchinson Hill monument 002, L tan Halfway Point 228

10.50: FREELAND GEORGE R (277-656) SN placed on report by CHRISTOFFERSON, SIDNEY M (215-502) BMC for shirking duty.

13.30: Underway Various C/S

14.27: Anchored off WHALE POINT on the following true bearings: SEALION ROCK 235, WHALE POINT 270; TONKI POINT 030

18.05: Visibility reduced to one (1) mile, commenced sounding fog signals.

Noon: Anchored off St Paul Island


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19 July 1951

At/From ???

Lat 57.13, Long -170.24


00.00: Anchored east of Whale Point, St Paul, Pribilof Islands, Alaska on the following true bearings: Sea Lion Rock 235, Whale Point 270, Tonki Point 030

0000 to 0400: 0000 Visiblity one-quarter mile, sounding fog signals. 0345 Visibility increased to two (2) miles, secured fog signal

04.00: Visibility reduced to 1.5 mi commenced sounding fog singal

0800 to 1200: 0910 Visibility decreased to one-half mile, commenced sounding fog signals. 0935 Visibility increased, secured fog signals.

0800 to 1200: 0935 USS BURTON ISLAND sighted bearing 180 T dist six (6) mi. 1005 USS BURTON ISLAND anchored off starboard quarter bearing 214 T .7 mi

1200 to 1600: 1304 C.O. of U.S.S. Burton Island, Comm. Schwartz arrived on ship via helicopter. 1330 Comm. Schwartz departed in helicopter. 1430 FREELAND, GEORGE 4 (277-656) SN placed on report by CHRISTOFFERSON, S. M (215-502) BMC for shirking duty and for playing cards on the rec. deck when he should have been on duty.

14.23: LCVP #5 departed for U.S.S. Burton Island

18.25: Weighed anchor, underway on various courses, proceeding to area adjacent to St. Paul Island for calibration of radio direction finder.

8AM: Anchored St Paul Island

Noon: Anchored St. Paul Island

19.20: Secured from radio direction finder calibration, commenced steering various courses calibrating deviation of St. Paul Radio Beacon.

20.00: 2045 Secured calibration of St Paul Radio beacon, set course 318 standing into anchorage off Whale Point 2059 Anchored on the following true bearings and ranges: L tan Sealion rock 243.5, Lukanin Point 330.5, radar range on Tonki Point 2.1 mi

0800 to 12.00: 0935 USS BURTON ISLAND sighted bearing 180 T dist six (6) mi. 1005 USS BURTON ISLAND anchored off starboard quarter bearing 214 T .7 mi

1200 to 16.00: 1304 C.O. of U.S.S. Burton Island, Comm. Schwartz arrived on ship via helicopter. 1330 Comm. Schwartz departed in helicopter. 1430 FREELAND, GEORGE 4 (277-656) SN placed on report by CHRISTOFFERSON, S. M (215-502) BMC for shirking duty and for playing cards on the rec. deck when he should have been on duty.

20.00: 2045 Secured calibration of St Paul Radio beacon, set course 318 standing into anchorage off Whale Point. 2059 Anchored on the following true bearings and ranges: L tan Sealion rock 243.5, Lukanin Point 330.5, radar range on Tonki Point 2.1 mi


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20 July 1951

At/From ???

Lat 57.13, Long -170.55


00.00: At anchor .9 mi off WHALE POINT, ST. PAUL ISLAND, ALASKA on the following true bearings: L tan SEA LION rock 243.5; LUKANIN POINT 330.5; TONKI point 025 dist 2.1 mi

08.30: FREELAND, GEORGE R. (277-656) SN placed on report by CHRISTOFFERSON, SIDNEY M. BMC, Offense shirking duty, going to bed after 0800 muster.

09.14: Anchor aweigh Underway various courses calibrating St. Paul radio beacon Station

12.00: west of St Paul Island calibrating St Paul radio beacon on various courses circumnavigating the Island

14.55: cc 018 Walrus Island bearing 180 T dist 4.0 mi

19.18: Visibility reduced to 1.5 miles, commenced sounding fog signals, placed lookout in the bow.

2000 to 2400: Intermittent fog throughtout watch.

8AM: Anchored St Paul

00.00: At anchor .9 mi off WHALE POINT, ST. PAUL ISLAND, ALASKA on the following true bearings: L tan SEA LION rock 243.5;. LUKANIN POINT 330.5; TONKI point 025 dist 2.1 mi


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21 July 1951

At/From ???

Lat 61.14, Long -168.16


01.10: Secured fog signal, visibility increased to six (6) miles.

06.40: cc 330

07.00: 0700 Cape Mohican (Nunivak Island) bearing 068 T dist 20 mi cc 326 0747 Cape Mohican ~~~~ 090 T dist 23.0 mi cc 002

0800 to 1200: 0905 WEAVER FRED I (275-548) SA placed on report for failure to muster when required on two (2) successive days. by CHRISTOFFERSON SIDNEY M (215-502) BMC 1000 Commanding Officer held mast and awarded non-judicial punishment as follows: YOUNG ARCHIE A (278-351) EN1 (P) - for dereliction in performance of duty (violation ART 92 UCMJ), loss of privileges for a period of two (2) weeks; FREELAND GEORGE R (277-656) NS - shirking duty (violation ART 92 UCMJ), awarded loss of privileges on shore for a period of two (2) weeks; WEAVER FRED I (275-548) SA - for failure to report for muster (violation ART 92 UCMJ), extra duties for a period of two (2) weeks.

19.10: Visibility reduced to 0.5 miles, commenced sounding fog signals.

21.00: 2110 Visibility reduced to 150 yards due to fog 2120 Visibility increased to 5 miles, secured fog signals.

23.32: Northeast Cape, St. Lawrence Island bearing 282 T, dist 20 mi cc 044

07.00: 0700 Cape Mohican (Nunivak Island) bearing 068 T dist 20 mi cc 326. 0747 Cape Mohican ~~~~ 090 T dist 23.0 mi cc 002

0800 to 12.00: 0905 WEAVER FRED I (275-548) SA placed on report for failure to muster when required on two (2) successive days. by CHRISTOFFERSON SIDNEY M (215-502) BMC 1000 Commanding Officer held mast and awarded non-judicial punishment as follows: YOUNG ARCHIE A (278-351) EN1 (P) - for dereliction in performance of duty of privileges on shore for a period of two (2) weeks; WEAVER FRED I (275-548) SA - for failure to report for muster (violation ART 92 UCMJ), extra duties for a period of two (2) weeks.


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22 July 1951

At/From ???

Lat 64.46, Long -165.44


00.35: Visibility reduced to one-half mile (1/2 mi); placed lookout in bow, commenced sounding fog signals.

05.20: Visibiltiy increased to 5.0 miles scured fog signal.

06.00: 0623 cc 008 0634 cc 020

07.15: cc 011

08.00: 0805 cc 000 0815 cc 011 0840 Anchored off NOME ALASKA on the following true bearings; WEST JETTY Light 004; CENTER RADIO TOWER 050 AREO BEAM TOWER 057

16.10: In compliance with C17CGD ALL UNIT #6, half-masted colors in honor of ADM SHERMAN, CNO, who died this date.

18.40: WOODS, ELMER (276-265) ET1 and GREEN E JOHN W (276-264) GM3 departed for temporary additional duty as the Shore Patrol in Nome, Alaska

23.20: CORTEZ, ALFRED L. (RA 695-87-52) M/SGT U.S. ARMY, reported aboard for transportation to Savoonga, Alaska.

06.00: 0623 cc 008. 0634 cc 020

08.00: 0805 cc 000. 0815 cc 011. 0840 Anchored off NOME ALASKA on the following true bearings; WEST JETTY Light 004; CENTER RADIO TOWER 050 AREO BEAM TOWER 057


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23 July 1951

At/From ???

Lat 64.46, Long -165.44


00.00: Anchored off NOME, ALASKA on the following true bearings; WEST JETTY LIGHT 004; CENTER RADIO TOWER 050 AREO BEAM TOWER 057

0000 to 0400: At 1800 Sunday 22 July CANNON, ROBERT w. (293-165) SA placed in sick bay because of intestinal cramps by C. E. NELSON SAS, USPHS (R) 0020 WOODS, ELMER L. (276-265) ET1; GREENE, JOHN W. (276-264) GM3 returned aboard having completed temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol, NOME, ALASKA.

14.00: CANNON, ROBERT (293-165) SA has been placed on inside duty status by reason of improvement since being in sick bay patient status.

16.00: 1608 Anchor aweigh, underway at various C/S standing out of anchorage, NOME ALASKA 1620 cc 256

20.00: 2039 Visibility reduced to 1.5 miles in fog, commenced fog signals. 2049 Visiblity increased to 7 miles, secured fog signals.

8AM: Anchored off Nome Alaska

Noon: Ancored off Nome Alaska

0000 to 04.00: At 1800 Sunday 22 July CANNON, ROBERT w. (293-165) SA placed in sick bay because of intestinal cramps by C. E. NELSON SAS, USPHS (R) 0020 WOODS, ELMER L. (276-265) ET1; GREENE, JOHN W. (276-264) GM3 returned aboard having completed temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol, NOME, ALASKA.

16.00: 1608 Anchor aweigh, underway at various C/S standing out of anchorage, NOME ALASKA. 1620 cc 256


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24 July 1951

At/From ???

Lat 63.8, Long -171.72


06.55: cc 272

07.35: changed to various courses standing toward anchorage off Gambell St Lawrence Is. Alaska

08.05: Anchored off Gambell village, St Lawrence Island Alaska on the following true bearings and radar ranges: White house on right side of village 213; Cape Chibukak tangent 116; Tangent of spit 228; Reach 1600 yds Bluff 2000 yds

16.00: 1610 Anchor aweigh, underway various courses 1645 Anchored off Gambell, St. Lawrence Is., Alaska on following true bearings: Cape Chibukak 276 T, Prominent Rock 197 T,

18.30: Anchor aweigh, underway various courses

19.00: 1910 cc 338 1916 cc 096

16.45: Unable to find any mention of Prominent Rock near Cape Chibukak on maps or texts.

Noon: Anchored off Gambell St. Lawrence Is Alaska

22.00: 2210 commenced steering various courses standing in to anchorage off Savoonga, St. Lawrence Island. 2237 Anchored off Savoonga on the following true bearings: Stolbi Rocks, L tan 111; large white building in village of Savoonga, 237 T; radar range to nearest point of Cape Kukuliak, 1.25 mi

08.05: Anchored off Gambell village, St Lawrence Island Alaska on the following true bearings and radar ranges: White house on right side of village 213;. Cape Chibukak tangent 116; Tangent of spit 228; Reach 1600 yds Bluff 2000 yds

19.00: 1910 cc 338. 1916 cc 096

22.00: 2210 commenced steering various courses standing in to anchorage off Savoonga, St. Lawrence Island. 2237 Anchored off Savoonga on the following true bearings: Stolbi Rocks, L tan 111; large white building in village of Savoonga, 237 T; radar range to nearest. point of Cape Kukuliak, 1.25 mi


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25 July 1951

At/From ???

Lat 63.71, Long -170.43


00.00: Anchored off Savoonga, St Lawrence Island Alaska on the following true bearings: L tan Stolbi Rocks 111, White Building 237

19.35: Boat #5 departed for Savoonga with all natives and CORTEZ ALFRED L (RA-695-87-52) M/SGT, USA, having tansported CORTEZ from Nome to Savoonga

20.00: 2000 Anchor aweigh, underway on various courses meneuvering to pick up LCVP #5. 2019 cc 081

22.15: BUSH, EDGAR (N) (274-106) CS3 placed on report for disobedience of orders and use of obsene language, reported by MADDOX, JAMES D. (279-597) SN while acting as Boatswain Mate of the Watch.

21.49: cc 084

22.37: cc 081

Noon: Off Savoonga Village St Lawrence Is. Alaska


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26 July 1951

At/From ???

Lat 64.08, Long -163.85


06.43: CC 045

07.00: 0734 CC 081 0748 CC 090

08.51: Cape Nome bearing 022 T dist 24 mi cc 072

09.00: 0915 cc 090 0940 Cape Nome bearing 000 T dist 18.7 mi cc 097

14.10: cc 095

19.00: 1900 cc 106 1905 Standing into UNALAKLEET ANCHORAGE.

20.03: Anchored off Unalakleet, Alaska on the following true bearings: L tan Besboro Island, 329; L tan mainland, 002; large white house in village of Unalakleet 097

20.00: 2030 CGC CLOVER, Boat #3 alongside to starboard to effect transfer of movies. 2150 CGC CLOVER, Boat #3 daparted.

20.00: Anchored Unalakleet Alaska

07.00: 0734 CC 081. 0748 CC 090

09.00: 0915 cc 090. 0940 Cape Nome bearing 000 T dist 18.7 mi cc 097

19.00: 1900 cc 106. 1905 Standing into UNALAKLEET ANCHORAGE.


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27 July 1951

At/From ???

Lat 63.89, Long -160.95


Noon: Anchored off Unalakleet Alaska


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28 July 1951

At/From ???

Lat 63.89, Long -160.95


10.00: WEAVER, FRED I (275-548) SA placed on report by CHRISTOFFERSON, SIDNEY M. BMC. Offence: not carrying out orders.

19.45: Anchor aweigh, underway at various courses maneuvering to pick up boat #5.

20.45: L tan Besboro Island bearing 330 T dist 15.7 mi cc 276

Noon: Anchored off Unalakleek Alaska

22.11: Besboro Island bearing 026 T dist 13.5 mi cc 207

23.55: proceeding into St. Michael Bay


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29 July 1951

At/From ???

Lat 63.57, Long -161.94


00.00: on various courses standing into anchorage off St Michael

01.00: Anchored seven (7) miles north north east of St Michael on the following true bearings: Whale Island Light 202; Cape Stephens Light 260; tangent North Point 286; L tan Egg Island 061

17.00: 1738 Underway, standing to sea 1745 Egg Island bearing 064 T dist 5.0 mi, cc 019

20.17: cc 017

21.00: 2115 Besboro Island bearing 110 T, dist 3.5 mi, cc 037 2137 cc 035 2150 various courses standing in to anchorage off

Noon: Anchored off St. Michael Island Alaska

21.50: Shaktolik, Alaska

22.20: Anchored off Shaktolik, Alaska on the following true bearings and radar ranges: Cape Denbigh, 308 T, range 9.4 mi; L tan Besboro Island, 189 range 8.6 mi; dist off beach at Shaktolik, 4.0 mi

21.50: This entry is a continuation of the last entry on the previous page.

01.00: Anchored seven (7) miles north north east of St Michael on the following true bearings: Whale Island Light 202; Cape Stephens Light 260; tangent North Point 286;. L tan Egg Island 061

17.00: 1738 Underway, standing to sea. 1745 Egg Island bearing 064 T dist 5.0 mi, cc 019

22.20: Anchored off Shaktolik, Alaska on the following true bearings and radar ranges: Cape Denbigh, 308 T, range 9.4 mi; L tan Besboro Island, 189 range 8.6 mi;. dist off beach at Shaktolik, 4.0 mi


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30 July 1951

At/From ???

Lat 64.28, Long -161.24


15.00: 1524 anchor aweigh, hove to to pick up boat #6. 1535 Underway on course 260

16.50: Cape Denbigh bearing 019 T, dist 9.0 mi, cc 322

18.42: standing into anchorage off Elim Alaska

19.52: Anchored 4.3 miles off Elim, Alaska on the following true bearings: Cape Denbigh 119; Cape Darby 229; Left aviation radio beam tower 006.5

Noon: Anchored off Shaktolik

20.00: Anchored off Elim Alaska

1600 to 1900: From 1600 to 1900 pressure and temperatures were logged in the wrong columns. However, the data was transcribed into the correct columns.

23.00: 2334 Anchor away, underway various C/S 2345 cc 168

19.52: Anchored 4.3 miles off Elim, Alaska on the following true bearings: Cape Denbigh 119; Cape Darby 229;. Left aviation radio beam tower 006.5

23.00: 2334 Anchor away, underway various C/S. 2345 cc 168


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31 July 1951

At/From ???

Lat 64.47, Long -165.45


00.23: Cape Darby bearing 238 T dist 18 mi cc 222

03.05: Rocky Point bearing 335 T cc 271

07.40: cc 286

08.02: Cape Nome bearing 356 T dist 19 mi, cc 320

09.40: Nome aviation radio beacon antenae bearing 020 T, 9.6 mi, cc 005 standing into Nome anchorage

10.22: Anchored one and two-tenths (1.2) mi off Nome, Alaska on the following true bearings: Radio beacon ante tower 063 T; West Jetty Light 013 T; Radio tower 055.5

16.00: 1600 WEAVER, FRED I (275-548) SA brought to mast for shirking duty and awarded Commanding Officer's non-judicial punishment of 2 weeks loss of privileges. BUSH, EDGAR (274-106) CS3 brought to mast for disobedience of orders and awarded Commanding Officer's non-judicial punishment of loss of privileges. 1620 FELLER, AMBROSE W. JR. (270-693) GM1 and HOLT, ELTON J. (278-164) EN1 departed for TAD as shore patrol at Nome.

17.30: Visibility reduced due to fog - commenced sounding fog signals

Noon: Anchored off Nome

23.40: FELLER, AMBROSE J. JR. (270-693) GM1 and HOLT ELTON J. (278-164) EN1 returned aboard having completed temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol.

10.22: Anchored one and two-tenths (1.2) mi off Nome, Alaska on the following true bearings: Radio beacon ante tower 063 T;. West Jetty Light 013 T; Radio tower 055.5


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LOGS FOR AUGUST 1951


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1 August 1951

At/From ???

Lat 64.47, Long -165.45


10.00: The following named men changed rate from SA to FA effective 16 July 1951: ANGELOS, GEORGE N. (293-04); CARLSON EDWARD C. (286-999); MORROW, CHARLES R. (279-995); STENSLAND HOWARD M (287-503).

15.00: Change in rating from SA to FA effective this date for the following men: FRY, PERCY A (293-193); JACOBSEN, JACK B (293-409); JOHNSON, RICHARD C JR (287-752); PARRISH JACK D (276-954); PETERSON, VERN R (293-147); SIMS, ERNEST L (279-996)

17.45: WRIGHT, HERBERT W. (279-525) EM1 and FRASER, DOUGLAS P. (275-780) FC3 proceeded to Nome Alaska for TAD, as shore patrol

23.00: 2340 WRIGHT, HERBERT W. (279-535) EM1 and FRASER, DOUGLAS P. (276-780) FC3 returned aboard having completed temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol. 2350 All liberty party returned on time except BISCHOF, CARL F.L. (287-468) SN (~~).

Noon: Anchored off Nome Alaska

10.00: The following named men changed rate from SA to FA effective 16 July 19.51: ANGELOS, GEORGE N. (293-04); CARLSON EDWARD C. (286-999); MORROW, CHARLES R. (279-995); STENSLAND HOWARD M (287-503).


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2 August 1951

At/From ???

Lat 64.47, Long -166.42


08.55: Anchor aweigh, underway various courses

0800 to 1200: BISCHOF, CARL F.L. (287-468) SN (CS) absent over leave since 2300 1 August 1000 NIELSON, NORMAN ~ (290-445) SA. placed in sick-bay inpatient status for fever and tonsilitas treatment

09.00: 0935 cc 178 0945 cc 266

12.00: on course 311

15.00: King Island bearing 291 T dist 19 mi, cc 347

17.25: CAPE YORK bearing 019 T dist 7.0 mi cc 076

18.00: 1812 various courses standing in to anchor 1825 Anchored off CAPE YORK on the following true bearings: KING ISLAND 219; CAPE PRINCE OF WALES 303; Radar range (nearest Point of land) 4400 yards.

13.25: Merchant ship RING SPLICE of the Alaskan Steamship Co. anchored 4.5 miles bearing 086 T

8AM: Anchored off Nome Alaska

20.00: Anchored off Port Clarence

21.00: 2110 Anchor aweigh, steering various courses standing out of anchorage into Bering Strait. 2127 cc 250

22.05: Cape York bearing 030 T, dist 7 mi, cc 304

0800 to 12.00: BISCHOF, CARL F.L. (287-468) SN (CS) absent over leave since 2300 1 August 1000 NIELSON, NORMAN ~ (290-445) SA. placed in sick-bay inpatient status for fever and tonsilitas treatment

09.00: 0935 cc 178. 0945 cc 266

11.23: cc 311

18.00: 1812 various courses standing in to anchor. 1825 Anchored off CAPE YORK on the following true bearings: KING ISLAND 219; CAPE PRINCE OF WALES 303; Radar range.


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3 August 1951

At/From ???

Lat 67.75, Long -167.92


00.18: R tan Cape Prince of Wales bearing 097 T dist 13 mi cc 332

01.30: Little Diomede Island bearing 270 T dist 4.2 mi cc 009

08.30: NIELSEN, NORMAN C (290-196) SA returned from inpatient status to full duty status.

12.58: cc 022

15.00: Commanding Officer held mast in the following cases and awarded non-judicial punishment as follows: BISCHOF, CARL F.L. (287-468) SN (CS) for neglect of duty (violaition ART. 92 UCMJ) awarded loss of privileges for a period of one (1) week. CANNON, ROBERT W. (293-165) SA for shirking duty and disobedience of orders, awarded loss of privileges for a period of two (2) weeks.

15.17: cc 056, standing in to anchorage off Point Hope.

17.23: Anchored off Point Hope on the following true bearings: Bluff 125.5, two story house 171, Point Hope Light 188

20.00: Anchored off Pt. Hope Alaska

22.00: 2205 Anchor aweigh 2215 various courses standing out of anchorage at Point Hope 2220 cc 350 2250 cc 356

15.00: Commanding Officer held mast in the following cases and awarded non-judicial punishment as follows: BISCHOF, CARL F.L. (287-468) SN (CS) for neglect of duty orders, awarded loss of privileges for a period of two (2) weeks.

22.00: 2205 Anchor aweigh. 2215 various courses standing out of anchorage at Point Hope. 2220 cc 350. 2250 cc 356


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4 August 1951

At/From ???

Lat 69.75, Long -163.13


01.35: Cape Lisburne bearing 112 T dist 15 mi, cc 045

06.30: cc 082

08.55: cc 070

09.47: cc 090

10.20: anchored off Point Lay Village on the following true bearings: CHURCH BELFRY 095 range 2.5 mi (5000 yds)

12.55: MRS. PHYLLIS ROGERS aboard this date for transportation to Wainwright

16.36: anchor aweigh, under way on course 305

17.35: Belfry at Point Lay bearing 117 T dist 11 mi, cc 000

19.26: cc 045

Noon: Anchored Pt Lay Alaska

22.50: Icy Cape Radar Reflector Screen bearing 127 T, dist 19 mi, cc 072

21.50: Icy Cape Radar Reflector Screen bearing 127 T, dist 19 mi, cc 072


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5 August 1951

At/From ???

Lat 70.64, Long -160.06


00.54: cc 105

02.20: Anchored on the following true bearings: RIGHT TRIPOD 169; LEFT TRIPOD 067; NW GABLE of house 132

14.40: Boat #6 to beach with all patients and MRS PHYLLIS ROGERS, having transported MRS ROGERS from Point Lay Alaska.

15.39: Underway on course 285

17.00: cc 270

1600 to 2000: Observed numerous whales this watch.

Noon: Anchored off Wainwright Alaska

20.00: Just typing what I see for the longitude. Obviously it should be "W" instead of "E".

1600 to 20.00: Observed numerous whales this watch.

20.00: Just typing what I see for the longitude. Obviously it should be !W! instead of !E!.


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6 August 1951

At/From ???

Lat 71.92, Long -167


02.00: 0205 Visibility reduced to 0.5 miles started fog signals. 0235 Visibility increased to 3 miles secured fog signals.

03.09: cc 000

07.00: 0735 Visiblity decreased to one (1) mile 0756 Visibility 3 miles

09.00: HOFFMAN PETER A (279-994) SA placed in a light duty status by medical officer.

0800 to 1200: 0940 Ice sighted bearing 350 T distance 7.5 miles 1000 Shifted to pilot house control, various speeds and courses in ice. 1125 Secured ice operations

09.55: cc 331

10.00: various courses in ice

11.25: cc 180

13.22: cc 270

13.22: c/c to 270 T to investigate ice field.

13.43: cc 180

14.15: Left ice field on starboard beam standing into clear water.


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7 August 1951

At/From ???

Lat 67.95, Long -166.15


02.55: Cape Lisburne radar range 25 mi bearing 168 T, cc 202

04.41: Cape Lisburne abeam to port bearing 112 T dist 13.5 mi

07.00: 0720 Pt Hope bearing 123 T (Radar) dist 15.5 mi cc 168 0745 Pt Hope bearing 126 T (vessel) dist 12.5 mi cc 180

08.45: Point Hope bearing 070 T dist 11.0 mi cc 144

10.30: CAPE THOMPSON bearing 068 T dist 18.2 mi cc 117

14.25: cc 090

15.00: 1510 cc various courses standing into Kivalina, Alaska 1557 Anchored on the following bearings: Bluff 010 T, School 067 T, Bar 089 T

20.00: Anchored off Kivalina Alaska

07.00: 0720 Pt Hope bearing 123 T (Radar) dist 15.5 mi cc 168. 0745 Pt Hope bearing 126 T (vessel) dist 12.5 mi cc 180

15.00: 1510 cc various courses standing into Kivalina, Alaska. 1557 Anchored on the following bearings: Bluff 010 T, School 067 T, Bar 089 T


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8 August 1951

At/From ???

Lat 66.78, Long -164.5


04.47: Anchor aweigh underway on various courses standing out from anchorage.

05.17: Kivalina School bearing 050 T dist 3.8 mi cc 175

08.35: SIMS, ERNEST JR. (279-996) SA placed on no duty status by reason of acute tonsilitis

12.00: 1208 cc 108 standing in toward Cape Espenberg 1246 cc 268

13.13: Northwest Corner Light bearing 180 T 9.8 mi

15.05: Devils Mountain bearing 150 T, cc 239

17.00: 1730 SHISHMAREF LIGHT bearing 130 T dist 17 mi cc 180 1736 cc 185 1745 various courses standing into SHISHMAREF VILLAGE.

19.02: anchored off SHISHMAREF VILLAGE on the following true bearings: CAPE LOWENSTERN 136 t; WHITE TOWER 174 t; EAR MOUNTAIN 190 T.

20.00: Anchored off Shishmaref

12.00: 1208 cc 108 standing in toward Cape Espenberg. 1246 cc 268

17.00: 1730 SHISHMAREF LIGHT bearing 130 T dist 17 mi cc 180. 1736 cc 185. 1745 various courses standing into SHISHMAREF VILLAGE.


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9 August 1951

At/From ???

Lat 66.3, Long -166.06


21.00: 2106 Anchor aweigh, various courses standing out of anchorage off Shishmaref, Alaska. 2110 cc 000

23.05: cc 059

Noon: Anchored off Shishmaref Alaska


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10 August 1951

At/From ???

Lat 67.72, Long -164.59


00.05: cc 020

03.00: 0300 Visibility reduced by fog to 0.5 miles 0320 Visibility increased to 10 miles 0355 Fog set in

0600 to 0800: 0605 Visibility less than (2.0) two miles commenced sounding fog signals 0630 Visibility 4.0 mi secured fog signals 0743 Visibility 0.5 mi commenced fog signals

06.16: changed to various courses standing towards anchorage off Kivalina anchorage

07.03: Anchored off Kivalina on following true bearings: End of Bluff 024 T School 074.5 T Pole 090 T

08.10: Secured fog signals

14.00: 1420 Anchor aweigh. Underway various courses 1424 cc 226

Noon: Anchored off Kivalina Alaska

2000 TO 2400: 2140 Visibility reduced to 1.5 miles due fog, commenced fog whistle signals 2233 Visibility reduced to 700 yards 2308 Visibility increased to 5 miles 2315 Secured fog signals

23.00: 2331 cc 211 2349 Crossed Arctic Circle at dead reckoning longitude 167 46 W

14.00: 1420 Anchor aweigh. Underway various courses. 1424 cc 226

23.00: 2331 cc 211. 2349 Crossed Arctic Circle at dead reckoning longitude 167 46 W


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11 August 1951

At/From ???

Lat 64.71, Long -166.97


01.55: cc 224

03.35: Visibility decreased to less than 2.0 miles, commenced sounding fog signals.

04.16: Little Diomede Is. North East tangent bearing 211 T dist 11.5 mi cc 163

05.15: Visibility increased to 6 mi secured fog signals

06.50: South tangent Cape Prince of Wales bearing 068 T dist 11.5 mi cc 152

07.48: cc 143

12.15: cc 128

13.25: cc 123

14.32: Sledge Island bearing 020 T, dist 2.2 mi, cc 089

16.00: 1619 Various courses standing in to Nome anchorage. 1653 anchored off NOME, ALASKA on the following true bearings: LEFT RADIO TOWER 056; CENTER RADIO BEACON 067; NOME HARBOR REAR RANGE LIGHT 044.

17.43: NAVY TANKER MONONGAHELA anchored 0.6 miles from ship bearing 254 T.

20.00: Anchored off Nome Alaska

23.45: YOUNG, ARCHIE A. (278-351) EN1 (P) and ANDERSON, GEORGE W. (279-196) EN2 returned aboard having completed temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol, Nome, Alaska.


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12 August 1951

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.47


17.58: Boat #6 departed with liberty party and HILBY, DONALD E. (279-029) EN2, and TAETZ, ALFRED C. (283-135) RD3 on T.A.D. as shore patrol in Nome, Alaska.

23.00: 2323 Boat #6 returned with liberty party. All returned except RANDOLPH, JAYCE C. (286-725), HOLT, ELTON J. (278-169) EN1 and BAUGH, TOMMIE L. (281-007). HILBY, DONALD E (279-029) EN2 and TAETZ, ALFRED C. (283-135) AD3 returned from T.A.D. as shore patrol in Nome, Alaska. HOLT, ELTON J. (278-164) EN1 placed on report by HILBY, DONALD E. (279-029) EN2 for refusing to obey oreders of the Shore patrol. 2330 ANDERSON, GEORGE W. (279-196) EN2 placed on report by officer of the deck for refusing to obey orders.

Noon: Anchored off Nome Alaska


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13 August 1951

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.47


08.35: Boat #6 returned to ship with BAUGH, TOMMIE L. (281-007) TN having ben A.O.L. since 2300 12 August, 1951 for a period of nine (9) hours and thirty five (35) minutes.

1200 to 1600: 1200 Boat #6 returned to ship. HOLT, ELTON J. (278-164) EN1 and RANDOLPH, JAYCE C. (286-725) FN (EM) returned aboard having been AOL since 2300, 12 August, 1951, a period of thirteen (13) hours. TAYLOR R.C. (629-37-58) ET3 USN reported aboard for dental treatment. 1340 Boat #6 departd for U.S.S. Monongahela AO-42 with TAYLOR, R.C. (629-37-58) ET3 USN who received dental treatment.

1600 to 2000: 1616 EVOOKIMOFF JOHN JR (276-091) BM2 issued honorable discharge this date by reason of expiration of enlistment and extension thereof. Authority Article 581(1)(a) CoGard Regulations and HDQTS endoresment form 88 1735 Boat #6 departed for Nome with COLLETTE PAUL L (276-473) EM1 and FROTHINGHAM ALFRED C JR (277-164) RD3 for temporary additional duty with the Shore Patrol in Nome Alaska.

Noon: Anchored off Nome Alaska

23.55: Boat #6 returned alongside. COLLETTE, PAUL L. (276-473) EM1 and FROTHINGHAM, ALFRED C. JR. (277-164) RD3 returned aboard having complted temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol, Nome, Alaska.

1200 to 16.00: 1200 Boat #6 returned to ship. HOLT, ELTON J. (278-164) EN1 and RANDOLPH, JAYCE C. (286-725) FN (EM) returned aboard having been AOL since 2300, 12 August, 1951, a period of thirteen (13) hours. TAYLOR R.C. (629-37-58) ET3 USN reported aboard for dental treatment. 1340 Boat #6 departd for U.S.S. Monongahela AO-42 with TAYLOR, R.C. (629-37-58) ET3 USN who received dental treatment.

1600 to 20.00: 1616 EVOOKIMOFF JOHN JR (276-091) BM2 issued honorable discharge this date by reason of expiration of enlistment and extension thereof. Authority Article 581(1)(a) CoGard Regulations and HDQTS endoresment form 88 1735 Boat #6 departed for Nome with COLLETTE PAUL L (276-473) EM1 and FROTHINGHAM ALFRED C JR (277-164) RD3 for temporary additional duty with the Shore Patrol in Nome Alaska.


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14 August 1951

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.47


15.58: EVOOKIMOFF JOHN (N) JR (276-091) BM2 re-enlisted this date in regular enlistment for a period of six (6) years in the rating of BM2 by authority of Article 556 C.G. Regulations and HDQTS endoresments dated 30 July 1951 on Form 88

16.35: Boat #6 departed for Nome with Liberty Party. ASHWORTH, CARMEN (261-693) EN1; GREENE, JOHN W. (260-264) GM3 (P) departed for temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol, Nome, Alaska

19.25: Coast & Geodetic Survey Ship EXPLORER departed this anchorage.

Noon: Anchored off Nome Alaska

23.00: 2320 Boat #6 returned alongside. ASHWORTH, CARMEN (261-693) EN1 (P) and GREENE, JOHN W. (276-264) GM3 (P) returned aboard having completed temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol. 2345 RYAN, RICHARD R. (273-722) SN placed on report by JTJG F.G. KAY for insubordination and disobedience of orders, placed in ship's brig for safekeeping until 0630, 15 August 1951.


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15 August 1951

At/From ???

Lat 64.5, Long -166.47


08.01: USS MONONGAHELA departed from anchorage off Nome

09.00: 0917 Anchor aweigh, underway, hove to 0930 Standing out from Nome anchorage on course 180 0941 West Jetty light bearing 007 T dist 3.5 mi cc 269

11.00: Commanding Officer held mast and awarded the following non-judicial punishments: RYAN, RICHARD R (273-722) SN, insubordination and disobedience of orders, awarded loss of priviledges for two (2) weeks; BAUGH, TOMMIE L. (281-007) TN, neglect of duty, awarded loss of priviledges for two (2) weeks; RANDOLPH, JAYCE C (278-725) FN (EM) neglect of duty, awarded loss of priviledge for a period of two (2) weeks; ANDERSON GEORGE W (279-196) EN2, refused to obey orders, awarded loss of priviledges for a period of two (2) weeks; HOLT, ELTON J (278-164) EN1, for neglect of duty and disobedience of orders, awarded loss of priviledges for a period of two (2) weeks.

11.23: Sledge Island bearing 000 T, dist 3.0 mi cc 310

13.00: 1306 Commenced steering various courses, manouvering with target balloon. 1317 cc 310

15.07: King Island bearing 297 T, dist 20.0 mi cc 347

15.40: Visibility reduced to one (1) mi, commenced sounding fog signals. Placed lookout in bow.

8AM: Anchored off Nome Alaska

17.32: Changed to various courses

18.11: Anchored in Bering Sea off Cape York with Cape York bearing 011 dist 5.1 mi

09.00: 0917 Anchor aweigh, underway, hove to. 0930 Standing out from Nome anchorage on course 180. 0941 West Jetty light bearing 007 T dist 3.5 mi cc 269


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16 August 1951

At/From ???

Lat 65.33, Long -167.53


00.00: Anchored off Cape York, Seward Peninsula, Alaska on the following radar range and bearing: Cape York 011 dist 5.1 mi

12.53: Anchors aweigh, underway at various courses

13.43: Secured from general quarters and firing practice due to reduced visibility. Commenced sounding fog signals.

13.45: Anchored. Cape York bearing 005 dist 5.6 mi

14.20: Secured fog signals.

15.12: Anchor aweigh. underway at various courses

15.00: 1523 Visibility reduced to 2 miles, commenced sounding fog signals. 1530 Secured fog signals, visibility 4 miles

16.18: Anchored off Cape York on the following bearings: L tan Cape York 316 T, Mountain Peak 019.5 T, radar on nearest land 005, 3.9 mi

Noon: Anchored off Cape York Alaska


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17 August 1951

At/From ???

Lat 65.33, Long -167.33


08.14: Anchor aweigh, underway on various courses

09.00: 0906 Steering various courses making firing runs 0940 Hove to off Cape York

10.18: Underway to resume firing on raft target

11.45: cc 088

0800 to 1200: From 0814 to 1145 the ship was involved in firing practice runs off Cape York.

12.50: cc 098

13.00: 1317 Standing toward Cape Spencer for anchorage in Port Clarence 1343 Anchored off Point Spencer in Port Clarence with Cape Spencer Light bearing 236 T dist 1.8 mi

14.15: Boat #6 to Cape Spencer to survey new site for Cape Spencer Light.

8AM: Anchored off Cape York

20.00: Anchored off Pt Spencer, Port Clarence

09.00: 0906 Steering various courses making firing runs. 0940 Hove to off Cape York

13.00: 1317 Standing toward Cape Spencer for anchorage in Port Clarence. 1343 Anchored off Point Spencer in Port Clarence with Cape Spencer Light bearing 236 T dist 1.8 mi


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18 August 1951

At/From ???

Lat 65.3, Long -166.45


08.38: Underway on course 088

10.12: Anchored off Teller, Alaska in Port Clarence on the following true bearings: Cape Riley 188, Grantley Harbor Light 114, Right white house at Teller Mission 335

8AM: Anchored off Pt Spencer

Noon: Anchored off Teller Port Clarence


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19 August 1951

At/From ???

Lat 65.3, Long -166.45


Noon: Anchored Port Clarence Alaska


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20 August 1951

At/From ???

Lat 65.3, Long -166.45


17.00: 1746 Anchor aweigh and underway various courses 1748 cc 269

19.00: 1905 Standing into anchorage off Point Spencer 1911 Anchored off Point Spencer bearing 237 T dist two (2.0) mi off Point Spencer

Noon: Anchored off Teller Port Clarence Alaska

20.00: Anchored off Pt Spencer Port Clarence Alaska

17.00: 1746 Anchor aweigh and underway various courses. 1748 cc 269

19.00: 1905 Standing into anchorage off Point Spencer. 1911 Anchored off Point Spencer bearing 237 T dist two (2.0) mi off Point Spencer


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21 August 1951

At/From ???

Lat 65.3, Long -166.78


09.10: CHRISTIANSEN PERRY (N) (227-815) QMC placed on a no duty status by the Medical Officer for acute gastroentenitis

Noon: Anchored off Pt Spencer Port Clarence Alaska


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22 August 1951

At/From ???

Lat 65.3, Long -166.78


16.05: Wind velocity increased to 40 knts and swells increasing in size.

23.30: fresh gale throughout watch with wind 40 to 43 knots, gusts to 45 knots, swells estimated 10 to 12 feet from trough to crest.

Noon: Anchored off Pt Spencer Port Clarence Alaska


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23 August 1951

At/From ???

Lat 65.3, Long -166.78


0000 to 0400: Winds shifted WxS to SW and decreased in velocity from forty-five (45) knots to thirty (30) knots steady. Swells decreased from estimated 10 to 12 feet to estimated 7 to 9 feet trough to crest.

08.00: CHRISTIANSON, PERRY (N) (227-815) QMC has, this time and date, been placed in full duty status by reason of improvement.

Noon: Anchored off Pt Spencer Port Clarence Alaska


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24 August 1951

At/From ???

Lat 65.57, Long -168.22


08.00: 0817 anchor aweigh, underway, standing out of Port Clarence on course 293 0838 Point Spencer Light bearing 180 T dist 2.0 mi cc 281

09.48: cc 268

10.12: Cape York bearing 000 T, dist 3.5 mi, cc 309

12.16: CAPE PRINCE OF WALES LIGHT bearing 063 T dist 5.0 mi cc 000

13.35: Sighted numerous cakes of ice on port bow.

14.56: cc 031

17.12: Crossed Artic Circle

18.10: cc 071

20.55: cc 090

22.00: Observed Aurora Borealis in eastern sky.

8AM: Anchored off Pt Spencer


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25 August 1951

At/From ???

Lat 66.89, Long -163.34


06.58: cc 098

08.59: Let go the anchor. anchorage too close to shoal, heaved in anchor and underway various courses

09.13: anchored off Kotzebue Village on the following true bearings: CAPE KRUSENSTERN 327; MOUNTAIN PEAK 344; AERO BEACON 068.5; TOWER 085; CAPE BLOSSOM 115.

Noon: Anchored off Kotzebue Alaska

09.13: anchored off Kotzebue Village on the following true bearings: CAPE KRUSENSTERN 327; MOUNTAIN PEAK 344; AERO BEACON 068.5; TOWER 085;. CAPE BLOSSOM 115.


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26 August 1951

At/From ???

Lat 66.89, Long -163.34


Noon: Anchored off Kotzebue Alaska


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27 August 1951

At/From ???

Lat 66.89, Long -163.34


Noon: Anchored off Kotzebue Alaska


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28 August 1951

At/From ???

Lat 66.89, Long -163.34


10.40: WRIGHT, HERBERT W. (279-535) EM1 placed in no duty status by reason of laceration of penis. Auth: C.E. Nelson, SA Surg., USPHS.

Noon: Anchored off Kotzebue Alaska


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29 August 1951

At/From ???

Lat 66.89, Long -163.34


0800 to 1200: 0825 YUHASE, DAVID V. (285-075) BM1 placed in sick bay patient no duty status by reason of contusion of reight hip. Auth: of C.E. Nelson S.A. Surg USPHS (R) 1015 WYCOFF, JAMES E. (277-976) advanced in rating from SNRD to RD3 (Provisional) effective 16 August 1951. Auth: C13CGD, Endorsement from 2779 and personal circular 54-50 1015 WRIGHT, HERBERT W. (279-535) EM1 has this time and date been placed in regular duty status by reason of improvement in condition. Auth: C.E. Nelson S.A. Surg U.S.P.H.S. (R)

15.03: Boat #6 returned from Kotzebue with inspection party and GEORGE CRISPIN, of the crew of the M/V/ RING SPLICE

17.00: S.S. RING SPLICE shifted anchorage to Cape Espenberg bearing 071 T 2.9 miles.

Noon: Anchored off Kotzebue Alasksa

0800 to 12.00: 0825 YUHASE, DAVID V. (285-075) BM1 placed in sick bay patient no duty status by reason of contusion of reight hip. Auth: of C.E. Nelson S.A. Surg USPHS (R) 1015 WYCOFF, JAMES E. (277-976) advanced in rating from SNRD to RD3 (Provisional) effective 16 August 1951. Auth: C13CGD, Endorsement from 2779 and personal circular 54-50 1015 WRIGHT, HERBERT W. (279-535) EM1 has this time and date been placed in regular duty status by reason of improvement in condition. Auth: C.E. Nelson S.A. Surg U.S.P.H.S. (R)


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30 August 1951

At/From ???

Lat 66.88, Long -164.37


08.00: M/V RING SPLICE shifting anchorage to near this vessel bearing 062 T dist 1.2 mi

08.00: 0800 YUHASE, DAVID V (285-075) BM1 placed in a full duty status from a no duty status by authority of S.A. SURG CE NELSON USPHSR 0822 Boat #6 to M/V/ RING SPLICE with GEORGE CHRISPIN

08.00: 0850 anchor aweigh, hove to to pick up Boat #6 0857 underway on course 283

10.25: cc 269

15.43: cc 251

18.50: cc 211

19.30: Crossed Artic Circle

21.15: Made radar landfall on Cape Dezhneva, Siberia bearing 257 T, range 43.5 mi

23.00: 2352 Little Diomede Island bearing 328 T, radar range 10.0 mi, cc 180 2357 Entered COMSAR AREA II from COMSAR AREA III.

8AM: Anchored off Kotzebue Alaska

23.00: 2352 Little Diomede Island bearing 238 T, radar range 10.0 mi, cc 180. 2357 Entered COMSAR AREA II from COMSAR AREA III.


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31 August 1951

At/From ???

Lat 64.44, Long -165.53


01.00: 0115 cc 208 to avoid vessel 0130 cc 178 with vessel abeam 0130 Fairway Rock bearing 324, dist 4.7 mi, cc 149

05.20: South tan King Island ~o~e 164 T dist 5.7 mi cc 130

10.00: SLEDGE ISLAND bearing 032 T dist 5.0 mi cc 085

11.43: Standing into NOME ANCHORAGE cc 051

12.00: 1212 Changed to various courses maneuvering to anchorage off Nome, Alaska. 1233 Anchored off Nome on the following true bearings: Aero Beacon 339.5, Front Range Light 008, Left Radio Tower 060.5, Center Tower Radio Beacon 068.

17.38: Boat #5 to Nome KIDNER THERMON C (279-944) ET2 and WYCKOFF JAMES E (277-976) RD3 departed on temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol in Nome Alaska

Noon: Off Nome Alaska

23.30: Boat #5 returned alongside. KIDNER, THERMON C. (279-944) ET2 and WYCKOFF, JAMES E. (277-976) RD3 returned aboard having completed temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol, Nome, Alaska.

01.00: 0115 cc 208 to avoid vessel. 0130 cc 178 with vessel abeam. 0130 Fairway Rock bearing 324, dist 4.7 mi, cc 149

05.20: South tan King Island bore 164 T dist 5.7 mi cc 130


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LOGS FOR SEPTEMBER 1951


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1 September 1951

At/From ???

Lat 64.49, Long -165.42


17.35: Boat #5 to Nome. WOODS ELMER L (276-265) ET1 and EVDOKIMOFF JOHN (276-091) BM2 departed on temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol in Nome, Alaska.

Noon: Anchored off Nome Alaska


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2 September 1951

At/From ???

Lat 64.49, Long -165.42


00.00: Boat #5 returned with remainder of liberty party except ORTBLAD, JOHN M. (206-424) HMC. WOODS, ELMER L. (276-265) ET1 and EVDOKIMOFF, JOHN JR. (276-091) BM2 returned from T.A.D. as shore patrol in Nome, Alaska.

09.30: M/V RING SPLICE anchored 0.5 mile west of this vessel

10.30: ORTBLAD JOHN M. (206-424) HMC returned aboard having been absent over leave since 2300 1 September 1951, a period of eleven (11) hours and thirty (30) minutes.

14.05: M/V RING SPLICE departed Nome anchorage; USS MONONGAHELA (AO-42) standing into NOME ANCHORAGE.

17.30: Boat #5 departed for Nome with liberty party. FELLER, AMBROSE J. JR. (270-693) GM1 and MURIEKES, WILLIAM J. (226-365) DC2 departed on TAD as shore patrol in Nome, Alaska.

Noon: Anchored off Nome Alasksa

23.42: Boat #5 returned alongside with all liberty party returned on time. FELLER, AMBROSE J. (270-693) GM1 and MURIEKES, WILLIAM J. (226-365) DC2 returned aboard having completed temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol, Nome, Alaska.


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3 September 1951

At/From ???

Lat 64.49, Long -165.42


00.00: 0000 USS MONONGAHELA anchored in company. 0045 USS MONONGAHELA (AO-42) departed anchorage.

11.15: The following named men came aboard for transportation to ST. LAWRENCE ISLAND: JOHN APANGALOOK; ROGER SLWOOKO.

14.52: Anchor aweigh. Underway on various courses.

15.10: Nome Harboar Light bearing 008 T dist 3 mi, cc 224

18.25: Took azimuth of sun, determined gyro error of 2 degrees West error.

22.45: Made radar landfall in St. Lawrence Island bearing 253 T, range 33 mi

Noon: Anchored off Nome Alaska

15.10: Nome Harbor Light bearing 008 T dist 3 mi, cc 224


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4 September 1951

At/From ???

Lat 63.12, Long -169.2


02.15: Punuk Island bearing 320 T dist 8.0 mi, cc 270

03.56: cc 340 standing into anchorage

05.35: changed to various courses

05.50: Anchored in the bay south east of East Cape St Lawrence Largest Punuk Is bearing 102 T dist 11.0 mi and 3.0 mi from beach bearing 342 T

10.30: FOULK, JOANE (279-716) SN placed on no duty status be reason of recurent chorio-retinitis left eye

Noon: Anchored S.E. Bay St. Lawrence Island


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5 September 1951

At/From ???

Lat 63.12, Long -169.2


19.25: USC & GSS Pioneer moored along port side.

20.28: Commenced discharging diesel fuel oil to USC & GSS PIONEER

22.00: ELLICOTT, BURTON E. (287-360) FN placed in no duty status in sick bay, by reason of upper repiratory infection.

Noon: Anchored SE Bay St Lawrence Island Island


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6 September 1951

At/From ???

Lat 63.3, Long -168.53


00.00: USC&G ship PIONEER MOORED to port, taking deisel oil from this vessel.

06.38: Completed fueling USC&GSS Pioneer

08.05: USC&GSS PIONEER cast off lines and underway from port side.

09.00: 0910 Anchor aweigh and underway at various c/s standing out of SOUTHEAST BAY, ST. LAWRENCE ISLAND 0923 steering various courses rounding PUNUK ISLANDS.

10.45: cc 018

10.45: ELLIOTT BURTON E. (287-360) FN placed on light duty status by reaon of improvement. auth: C. E. NELSON S.A.S. USPHS.

12.00: 1216 cc 358 1220 cc 324

13.01: cc 303

14.10: cc 299

16.17: Stolbi Rocks bearing 258 T dist 10 mi, cc 283

17.40: standing into anchorage northeast of Savoonga

18.05: Anchored north east of Savoonga, St Lawrence Island, on the following true bearings: Stolbi Rocks 114.5, Vee-shaped cut in bank 170 Schoolhouse 200, R tan Evwhak Point 228

8AM: Anchored SE Bay St Lawrence Is.

20.00: Anchored off Savoonga, St Lawrence Is

19.55: Underway standing out of anchorage at Savoonga on course 000

20.00: 2003 cc 358 2017 cc 276

23.00: 2300 approaching anchorage off Gambell, St. Lawrence Island, Alaska 2310 Commenced steering various courses 2335 Anchored off Gambell on the following true bearings: Army Base, 190; right white light, Gambell Village, 224 T; radar range on nearest point of land on bearing 171 T, 2600 yards.

09.00: 0910 Anchor aweigh and underway at various c/s standing out of SOUTHEAST BAY, ST. LAWRENCE ISLAND. 0923 steering various courses rounding PUNUK ISLANDS.

12.00: 1216 cc 358. 1220 cc 324

18.05: Anchored north east of Savoonga, St Lawrence Island, on the following true bearings: Stolbi Rocks 114.5, Vee-shaped cut in bank 170 Schoolhouse 200,. R tan

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23.00: 2300 approaching anchorage off Gambell, St. Lawrence Island, Alaska. 2310 Commenced steering various courses. 2335 Anchored off Gambell on the following true bearings: Army Base, 190; right white light, Gambell Village, 224 T; radar range on nearest point of land on. bearing 171 T, 2600 yards.


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7 September 1951

At/From ???

Lat 63.79, Long -171.72


07.00: 0722 Underway on various courses shifting anchorage. 0740 Anchored off Gambell St Lawrence Is on following true bearings L tan Cape Chibukak 113 Army Quanset Hut 171 T

0800 to 1200: 0800 Following persons aboard for transportation to Nome, Alaska: Capt G F ROHRBACH, DDS; KARDATZKE, EUGENE (AF-287-837-21) SGT; DACZYK, NORBERT (AF-278-671-36) CPL all of USAF; DINAH IKNOKINOK, HENRY SILOOK, PETER OKINELLO all natives. 0815 JOHN APANGALOOK, ROGER SLWUOOK departed for Gambell, having been transported from Nome, Alaska. 1055 Dr. NELSON to Gambell for treatment of natives by native boat.

13.00: 1337 Anchor aweigh. Underway various courses 1347 Sevuokuk Mt. bearing 150 T dist 1.4 mi cc 077

14.30: The C.O. held mast in the case of ORTBLAD, JOHN M. (206-424) HMC charged with neglect of duty and awarded him two week deprivation of liberty.

Noon: Anchored off Gambell Alaska

0800 to 12.00: 0800 Following persons aboard for transportation to Nome, Alaska: Capt G F ROHRBACH, DDS; KARDATZKE, EUGENE (AF-287-837-21) SGT; DACZYK, NORBERT 0815 JOHN APANGALOOK, ROGER SLWUOOK departed for Gambell, having been transported from Nome, Alaska. 1055 Dr. NELSON to Gambell for treatment of natives by native boat.

13.00: 1337 Anchor aweigh. Underway various courses. 1347 Sevuokuk Mt. bearing 150 T dist 1.4 mi cc 077


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8 September 1951

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.42


05.03: cc 072

06.55: steering various courses

07.08: Anchored off Nome on following true bearings. Aero Beacon 349 T West Jetty Light 018 T Left Radio tower 060 T Radio Beacon center tower 065 T

07.08: Anchored off Nome in company with USC&GSS Pioneer, USS LST 1027 and USS Marias Tao 57

0800 to 1200: 0827 Boat #6 to Nome on mail run, with following persons having transported them from Gambell, St Lawrence Island, Alaska to Nome Alaska: Capt G F ROHRBACK, DDS; DACZYK, NORBERT (AF-278-671-36); KARDATZKE, EUGENE (AF-287-837-21) all of the USAF: DINAH IKNOKINOK,HENRY SILOOK, PETER OKINELLO, natives. 0850 LT ROBERT VANLIERE USN and BEALL, R. D. (3220077) SN USN aboard for dental treatment 1015 HOLT, ELTON J (278-164) EN1 transferred to Commander 13th Coast Guard district for future transfer and transportation to USCG ACADEMY, New London CONN for assignment to Officer Candidate School. AUTH: HDQTS/MSG 062036Z Sept 1951.

0800 to 1200: 0915 USNS LST 1072 standing Nome anchorage. 1142 Boat #6 to USS MARIAS

13.05: LT. ROBERT VANLIERE USN and BEALL, R. D (3220077) SN USN departed ship having received dental treatment.

Noon: Anchored off Nome Alaska

1600 to 2000: 1730 Boat #6 departed for Nome with liberty party and FRASER, DOUGLAS P. (276-780) FC3 and HARPER, EDWARD G. (288-033) RM3 on TAD as shore patrol in Nome, Alaska. 1818 Boat from U.S.S. Marias departed with HUMPHRIES, W (3407871) SA who received dental treatment.

17.00: 1745 U.S. Army tug LT-130 alongside for medical advice concerning injured man. 1755 U.S. Army Tug LT-130 departed

23.53: Boat #6 returned alongside, all liberty party returned on time, FRASER, DOUGLAS P. (276-780) FC3 and HARPER, EDWARD E. (288-003) RM3 returned aboard having completed temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol.

0800 to 12.00: 0827 Boat #6 to Nome on mail run, with following persons having transported them from Gambell, St Lawrence Island, Alaska to Nome Alaska: Capt G F ROHRBACK, DDS; DACZYK, NORBERT (AF-278-671-36); KARDATZKE, EUGENE (AF-287-837-21) all of the USAF: DINAH IKNOKINOK,HENRY SILOOK, PETER OKINELLO, natives. 0850 LT ROBERT VANLIERE USN and BEALL, R. D. (3220077) SN USN aboard for dental treatment 1015 HOLT, ELTON J (278-164) EN1 transferred to Commander 13th Coast Guard district for future transfer and transportation to USCG ACADEMY, New London CONN for assignment to Officer Candidate School. AUTH: HDQTS/MSG 062036Z Sept 1951.

0800 to 12.00: 0915 USNS LST 1072 standing Nome anchorage. 1142 Boat #6 to USS MARIAS

1600 to 20.00: 1730 Boat #6 departed for Nome with liberty party and FRASER, DOUGLAS P. (276-780) FC3 and HARPER, EDWARD G. (288-033) RM3 on TAD as shore patrol in Nome, Alaska. 1818 Boat from U.S.S. Marias departed with HUMPHRIES, W (3407871) SA who received dental treatment.


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9 September 1951

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.42


00.00: USS MARIAS and USC&GS PIONEER anchored nearby.

1600 to 2000: 1730 Boat #6 to Nome. KIDNER, THERMON C. (279-944) ET2 and FROTHINGHAM, ALFRED C JR (277-164) RD3 departed on temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol in Nome Alaska. 1945 Boat #6 to Nome. DREW GEORGE S (217-694) GMC departed for Nome for temporary additional duty as chief of Shore Patrol in Nome Alaska in charge of FELLER AMBROSE J (270-693) GM1 and MURIEKES WILLIAM J (266-365) DC2.

23.25: Boat #6 returned alongside with all

Noon: Anchored off Nome Alaska

23.25: liberty party returned on time except RIECK, ROBERT K. (288-980) SA, detained by Nome Police Department officials.

23.25: Entry at 2325 starts on previous log page.

1600 to 20.00: 1730 Boat #6 to Nome. KIDNER, THERMON C. (279-944) ET2 and FROTHINGHAM, ALFRED C JR (277-164) RD3 departed on temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol in Nome Alaska. 1945 Boat #6 to Nome. DREW GEORGE S (217-694) GMC departed for Nome for temporary additional duty as chief of Shore Patrol in Nome Alaska in charge of FELLER AMBROSE J (270-693) GM1 and MURIEKES WILLIAM J (266-365) DC2.


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10 September 1951

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.42


00.05: Boat #6 alongside to Port. FROTHINGHAM, ALFRED JR. (277-164) RD3; KIDNER, THERMAN C ( ) ET2; DREW, GEORGE S. (217-694) GMC; FELLER, AMBROSE J. JR. (270-693) GM1; MURIEKES, WILLIAM J. (266-365) DC2 returned aboard having completed temporary additional duty as shore patrol at NOME. RIECK, ROBERT K. (288-980) SA returned aboard in custody of the shore patrol.

01.23: USC&GSS PIONEER departed this anchorage.

18.00: 1800 Anchor aweigh, underway at various courses standing out of Nome anchorage 1813 cc 180 1850 cc 138

Noon: Anchored off Nome Alaska

20.19: cc 097

00.05: Boat #6 alongside to Port. FROTHINGHAM, ALFRED JR. (277-164) RD3; KIDNER, THERMAN C ( ) ET2; DREW, GEORGE S. (217-694) GMC; FELLER, AMBROSE J. JR.

18.00: 1800 Anchor aweigh, underway at various courses standing out of Nome anchorage. 1813 cc 180. 1850 cc 138


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11 September 1951

At/From ???

Lat 63.73, Long -162.01


04.45: Besboro Is bearing 068 T dist 24.0 mi

06.15: cc 212

11.00: 1113 standing into anchorage 1117 Anchored NW of Egg Island, Norton Sound, Alaska on the following true bearings: EGG Island 136 dist 10.4 mi; SISTERS MT. 170.5; Stuart Mt 236.

19.00: 1955 Anchor aweigh. Underway various courses 1956 cc 320

21.55: cc 277

Noon: Anchored off Stuart Is. Alaska

11.00: 1113 standing into anchorage. 1117 Anchored NW of Egg Island, Norton Sound, Alaska on the following true bearings: EGG Island 136 dist 10.4 mi; SISTERS MT. 170.5; Stuart Mt 236.

19.00: 1955 Anchor aweigh. Underway various courses. 1956 cc 320


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12 September 1951

At/From ???

Lat 64.49, Long -165.44


07.00: Cape Nome bearing 000 T dist 18.0 mi cc 319

08.15: cc 000

09.19: Anchored off NOME, ALASKA on the following true bearings: Rotating light 340, Range light 010.5, Radio tower 060, Radio Beacon station 068, Cape Nome 104

Noon: Anchored off Nome Alaska


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13 September 1951

At/From ???

Lat 64.49, Long -165.44


Noon: Anchored off Nome Alaska


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14 September 1951

At/From ???

Lat 64.49, Long -165.44


20.55: Anchor aweigh, set course at 223 T, standing out from anchorage at Nome.

21.05: Sledge Island bearing 274 T, range 19.2 mi

Noon: Anchored off Nome Alaska


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15 September 1951

At/From ???

Lat 62.73, Long -168.03


10.00: nearest point of land EAST CAPE, ST LAWRENCE ISLAND, bearing 278 dist 20.5 mi (radar) cc 183

17.21: Vessel bearing 198 T, dist 7.0 mi, cc 208

17.45: Resumed course 183

17.45: exchanged calls with USS NAMAKAGON AO6-53


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16 September 1951

At/From ???

Lat 58.27, Long -168.4


14.17: cc 193

16.50: cc 207

20.00: 2000 cc 211 2055 Dalnoi Point of St. George Island bearing 090 T, dist 4.5 mi, cc 172

20.00: 2000 cc 211. 2055 Dalnoi Point of St. George Island bearing 090 T, dist 4.5 mi, cc 172


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17 September 1951

At/From ???

Lat 53.63, Long -169.45


10.57: cc 154

13.10: cc 162

15.00: The following men advanced in rating as indicated under authority C13CGD Incl-2 Form 2779, date 8-7-51: GRAFF, GEORGE L. (279-842) SN to BM3 (P) effective 9/1/51; B LUM ARTHUR A. (290-196) SA to SN effective 9/1/51; MADRIERES, JEAN A (290-204) SA to SN effective 9/1/51. LOFTON, ROBERT P (276-644) SN advanced to GM3 (P) effective 9/16/51. Auth: PC54-40 nd C13CGD dispatch 141843.

16.00: 1605 steering various courses entering Nikolski Bay. 1620 Anchored in North Anchorage, Nikolski Bay on the following true bearings: Ananiuliak Is. Lt. 283; R tan Ananiuliak Is. 002; Eider Rock 116; church steeple 155.5

19.18: Anchor aweigh. Underway various courses out of Nikolski Bay.

20.00: Ananiuliak Light bearing 085 T, dist 1.5 mi, cc 016

21.08: cc 038


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18 September 1951

At/From ???

Lat 53.89, Long -166.53


00.25: Ashishik Point bearing 148 T dist 8 mi, cc 066

05.00: 0523 Wislow Is bearing 188 T dist 4.0 mi cc 122 0558 Cape Cheerful ~~~ 220 T dist 4.0 mi cc 156

06.00: 0625 standing into Iliuliuk Bay. 0659 Moored port side to Ballyhoo dock Dutch Harbor Alaska.

13.00: 1305 Underway various c/s shifting berth to Dutch Harbor Dock. 1325 Moored port side to Dutch Harbor Dock

1600 to 2400: 1735 Boat #5 departed ship. WHALEN, KENNETH E (266-245) RM2; WILKINS, PATRICK E (280-177) EN2 departed ship for temporary duty as Shore Patrol, Unalaska. 2320 Boat #5 alongside, WHALEN, KENNETH E.

0100 to 0300: Data for the weather symbols and first two clouds columns appear to have been entered in the wrong columns. I have transcribed them in what appears to be the correct columns.

Noon: Anchored Dutch Harbor Alaska

23.20: (266-245) RM2; WILKENS, PATRICK E (280-177) EN2 returned from temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol, Unalaska.

0100 to 03.00: Data for the weather symbols and first two clouds columns appear to have been entered in the wrong columns. I have transcribed. them in what appears to be the correct columns.

05.00: 0523 Wislow Is bearing 188 T dist 4.0 mi cc 122. 0558 Cape Cheerful bore 220 T dist 4.0 mi cc 156

1600 to 24.00: 1735 Boat #5 departed ship. WHALEN, KENNETH E (266-245) RM2; WILKINS, PATRICK E (280-177) EN2 departed ship for temporary duty as Shore Patrol, Unalaska. 2320 Boat #5 alongside, WHALEN, KENNETH E.


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19 September 1951

At/From ???

Lat 53.89, Long -166.53


0900 to 1600: 1100 FRASER, DOUGLAS P (276-780) FC3 advanced in rate to FC2 (provisional) effective 11 September 1951. WITHERS JOHN W. (282-200) EN3 advanced in rate to EN2 (provisional) effective 16 Deptember 1951. 1130 HUGHTO DONALD A (243-143) SA placed in no duty status due to severe infection of dermatophytosis. 1430 WEAVER FRED I (275-548) SA placed in no duty status due to dental extractioin.

1600 to 2400: 1830 Boat 5 departed for Unalaska with shore patrol. HOWARD, SAMUEL W. (259-887) BT1 and LOFTON ROBERT P (276-644) GM3 (P) assigned to temporary duty as Shore Patrol at Unalaska. 2330 SARNO, THOMAS N (287-953) SA placed on report by BROORS, EVERETT D. (266-959) CS2 for striking ARNOLD GORDON W (292-233) SA.

Noon: Moored Dutch Harbor Alaska

0900 to 16.00: 1100 FRASER, DOUGLAS P (276-780) FC3 advanced in rate to FC2 (provisional) effective 11 September 1951. WITHERS JOHN W. (282-200) EN3 advanced in rate to EN2 (provisional) effective 16 Deptember 1951. 1130 HUGHTO DONALD A (243-143) SA placed in no duty status due to severe infection of dermatophytosis. 1430 WEAVER FRED I (275-548) SA placed in no duty status due to dental extractioin.

1600 to 24.00: 1830 Boat 5 departed for Unalaska with shore patrol. HOWARD, SAMUEL W. (259-887) BT1 and LOFTON ROBERT P (276-644) GM3 (P) assigned to temporary duty as Shore Patrol at Unalaska. 2330 SARNO, THOMAS N (287-953) SA placed on report by BROORS, EVERETT D. (266-959) CS2 for striking ARNOLD GORDON W


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20 September 1951

At/From ???

Lat 53.89, Long -166.53


09.30: WILLIAM H. MATTSON, PCLK (26419) USCG departed on fourteen (14) days annual leave to expire at 1200, 5 October 1951.

1600 to 2400: 1835 Boat #5 departed for Unalaska. HILBY, DONALD E (279-029) EN2 and ZURCHER, JAMES C. (279-925) RM3 departed for temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol, Unalaska. 2310 Boat #5 returned alongside with all liberty party returned on time. HILBY, DONALD E. (279-029) EN2 and ZURCHER, JAMES C. (279-925) RM3 returned abord having completed temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol. Unalaska.

Noon: Moored Dutch Harbor Alaska

1600 to 24.00: 1835 Boat #5 departed for Unalaska. HILBY, DONALD E (279-029) EN2 and ZURCHER, JAMES C. (279-925) RM3 departed for temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol, Unalaska. 2310 Boat #5 returned alongside with all liberty party returned on time. HILBY, DONALD E. (279-029) EN2 and ZURCHER, JAMES C.


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21 September 1951

At/From ???

Lat 53.89, Long -166.53


06.45: CGC BITTERSWEET (WAGL-389) stood into Dutch Harbor and moored to Ballyhoo Dock.

13.30: FROTHINGHAM, ALFRED C. JR. (277-164) RD3 advanced in rating to RD2 (P) effective 16 Sept., 1951 Auth: H/L 91451 PE-1/MM Art 561(1) C.G. Regs. C13CGD/D 212145Z ((9-21-51)

1600 to 2400: 1830 Boat #5 departed for Unalaska with liberty party. YOUNG, ARCHIE A. (278-351) EN1 and McCLAY, LEROY F. (278-739) EN2 depareted for T.A.D. as Shore Patrol in Unalaska. 2306 Boat #5 returned with all the liberty party. YOUNG, ARCHIE A. (278-351) EN1 and McCLAY, LEROY F. (278-739) EN2 returned from T.A.D. as shore patrol in Unalaska.

Noon: Moored Dutch Harbor Alaska

1600 to 24.00: 1830 Boat #5 departed for Unalaska with liberty party. YOUNG, ARCHIE A. (278-351) EN1 and McCLAY, LEROY F. (278-739) EN2 depareted for T.A.D. as Shore Patrol in Unalaska. 2306 Boat #5 returned with all the liberty party. YOUNG, ARCHIE A. (278-351) EN1 and McCLAY, LEROY F. (278-739) EN2 returned from T.A.D. as shore patrol in Unalaska.


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22 September 1951

At/From ???

Lat 53.89, Long -166.53


10.55: WEAVER, FRED (N) (275-549) SA placed on a full duty status by the Medical Officer

1600 to 2400: 1830 Boat #5 to Unalaska. WITHERS, JOHN W (282-200) EN2 and GODWIN, WILLIAM F (286-214) RM3 departed on temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol in Unalaska, Alaska 2345 Boat #5 alongside, all the liberty party returned on time. WITHERS, JOHN W. (282-200) EN2 and GODWIN, WILLIAM F (286-214) RM3 reported aboard, having completed temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol in Unalaska, Alaska.

Noon: Moored Dutch Harbor Alaska

1600 to 24.00: 1830 Boat #5 to Unalaska. WITHERS, JOHN W (282-200) EN2 and GODWIN, WILLIAM F (286-214) RM3 departed on temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol in Unalaska, Alaska 2345 Boat #5 alongside, all the liberty party returned on time. WITHERS, JOHN W. (282-200) EN2 and GODWIN, WILLIAM F


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23 September 1951

At/From ???

Lat 53.89, Long -166.53


1600 to 2400: 1830 Boat #5 departed for Unalaska with liberty party and COLLETTE, PAUL L. (276-473) EM1; GRZEJKA, EUGIENIUSZ W. (273-737) EN3 on temporary additional duty on Shore Patrol. 2130 Boat #5 returned with liberty party, no absentees. COLLETTE, PAUL (276-473) EM1 and GRZEJKA, EUGIENIUSZ (273-737) EN3 returned from temporary additional duty as shore patrol, Unalaska.

Noon: Moored Dutch Harbor Alaska

1600 to 24.00: 1830 Boat #5 departed for Unalaska with liberty party and COLLETTE, PAUL L. (276-473) EM1; GRZEJKA, EUGIENIUSZ W. 2130 Boat #5 returned with liberty party, no absentees. COLLETTE, PAUL (276-473) EM1 and GRZEJKA, EUGIENIUSZ


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24 September 1951

At/From ???

Lat 53.89, Long -166.53


Noon: Moored Dutch Harbor Alaska


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25 September 1951

At/From ???

Lat 53.89, Long -166.53


11.00: Commanding Officer held mast in the case of SARNO, THOMAS (N) (287-953) SA charged with stricking another person in the U.S. Coast Guard; awarded non-judicial punishment, loss of two (2) weeks privileges.

1600 to 2400: 1830 Boat #5 departed for Unalaska with WRIGHT, HERBERT W. (279-535) EM1 and GREENE, JOHN W. (276-264) GM3 (P) assigned to temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol, Unalaska. 2315 Boat #5 returned alongside with all hands returned on time.. WRIGHT, HERBERT W. (279-535) EM1 and GREENE, JOHN W. (276-264) GM3 (P) returned aboard having completed temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol, Unalaska.

Noon: Moored Dutch Harbor Alaska

1600 to 24.00: 1830 Boat #5 departed for Unalaska with WRIGHT, HERBERT W. (279-535) EM1 and GREENE, JOHN W. (276-264) GM3 (P) assigned to temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol, Unalaska. 2315 Boat #5 returned alongside with all hands returned on time.. WRIGHT, HERBERT W. (279-535) EM1 and GREENE, JOHN W.


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26 September 1951

At/From ???

Lat 53.89, Long -166.53


Noon: Moored Dutch Harbor Alaska


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27 September 1951

At/From ???

Lat 53.89, Long -166.53


09.10: CGC BITTERSWEET standing out to sea.

13.00: 1300 Underway, standing out of DUTCH HARBOR on various C/S 1338 cc 016

14.14: PRIEST ROCK bearing 108 T dist 2.0 mi cc 041 standing out of UNALASKA BAY into the BERING SEA.

16.00: 1600 Akutan Is. Lt. bearing 133 T dist 2.5 mi cc 090 1640 cc 128

17.00: 1713 cc 159 1725 various courses standing into Akutan Harbor 1745 Anchored in Akutan Harbor on the following true bearings: Akutan Point Lt. 030, Race Rocks Lt. 083.5, Corner of Whaling dock 270

Noon: Moored Dutch Harbor Alaska

8AM: Anchored Akutan Bay Alaska

13.00: 1300 Underway, standing out of DUTCH HARBOR on various C/S. 1338 cc 016

16.00: 1600 Akutan Is. Lt. bearing 133 T dist 2.5 mi cc 090. 1640 cc 128

17.00: 1713 cc 159. 1725 various courses standing into Akutan Harbor. 1745 Anchored in Akutan Harbor on the following true bearings: Akutan Point Lt. 030, Race Rocks Lt. 083.5, Corner of. Whaling dock 270


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28 September 1951

At/From ???

Lat 54.48, Long -164.94


09.27: Akun Head bearing 160 T dist 2.0 mi cc 072

10.00: St. JOHN JAMES R (288-246) SA placed on a no duty status for observation.

11.45: Maneuvering off Sennett Point

Noon: in company with C.G.C. Sweetbriar

13.03: Anchored off Sennett Point on the following true bearings: North Tan 000, Pogramoni Volcano 067 T, Scotch Cape 140.5

13.00: 1315 BROWN, EARL D. (287-444) SA has this time and date been placed on no duty status by reason of extraction of tooth: Authority: BRAUNSTEIN, E S.A.D.S. USPHS 1322 MOON, CLAUDE A. (260-753) DC2 reported aboard for transportation to Seattle Wash. Travel order no. 512793 Ref. HL PE-2 17 July 1951 File MM

13.03: "Pogramoni" appears to be mispelling of "Pogromni".

08.00: 0800 Anchor aweigh, underway standing out of Akutan Harbor 0822 Akutan Point Light bearing 270 T dist 2.0 mi, cc 349 0859 Akun Head bearing 056 T dist 3.8 mi cc 031

8AM: Anchored AKUTAN ALASKA

Noon: Off Sennett Pt. Unimak Is.

16.46: Anchor aweigh, hove to to pick up boat #5.

16.50: Boat #5 along side with beach party and PIERCE, BLANCHARD M (270-297) EN1 (P) aboard for transportation to C13CGD, Seattle Wn for assignment to duty AUTH: C17CGD order #512796 and C17CGD/MSG 180710Z September 1951.

17.00: 1707 cc 178 1741 Pinnacle Rock bearing 090 T, dist 16.0 mi, cc 119

18.30: Scotch Cap Light bearing 000 T dist 4.0 mi, cc 076

20.10: cc 076

21.05: cc 070

22.50: cc 076

23.00: Advanced ships clocks one hour to Zone +10 time.

17.00: 1707 cc 178. 1741 Pinnacle Rock bearing 090 T, dist 16.0 mi, cc 119

23.00: Advanced clock one hour to Zone +10.


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29 September 1951

At/From ???

Lat 54.59, Long -159.12


00.50: Cape Pankof bearing 000 T dist 5.0 mi cc 099

02.15: Hague Rock bearing 000 T dist 2.7 mi cc 081

03.05: cc 091

09.05: L tan Bird Island bearing 037 T, dist 27 mi cc 080

09.00: 0935 ST. JOHN, JAMES R. (288-246) SA and BROWN, EARL D. (287-444) SA have this time and date been placed on regular duty status. 0940 FOULK, JOHN E. (279-716) SN has this time and date been placed on regular duty status.

15.35: WEAVER FRED I (275-548) SA placed on report by ENS H A FEIGLESON for neglect of duty while a lookout, crouching down behind starboard ladder to flying bridge; smoking while on duty as a lookout.

23.00: Advanced ships clocks one (1) hour to Zone +9 time.

23.00: Advanced ship's clocks one hour to Zone +9.


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30 September 1951

At/From ???

Lat 55.18, Long -151.15


01.30: At latitude 55 0 N longitude 155 0 W cc 085

15.10: At latitude 55 15 N, longitude 150 00 W cc 088

23.00: Advanced ship's clocks one (1) hour to Zone +8 time.

23.00: Advanced clocks one hour to Zone +8


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LOGS FOR OCTOBER 1951


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1 October 1951

At/From ???

Lat 55.4, Long -142.97


00.00: 088T, 090, 088

21.00: cc 095T, 097, 089


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2 October 1951

At/From ???

Lat 54.79, Long -134.89


09.45: cc 87.

14.23: Forrester Island brg 66 dist 226 mi, cc 90.

17.00: cc 85.

18.40: cc 90. 1850 Cape Muzon Lt atp dist 2.4 mi.

20.23: cc 77. 2046 Cape Chacon Lt brg 9 dist 4.5 mi cc 45.

21.10: Cape Chacon Lt brg 278 dist 3.6 mi cc 17.

22.25: cc 13. 2237 cc 17.

2315 cc 355. McCartey Lt brg 270 dist 1.5 mi. 2339 cc 17.


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3 October 1951

At/From ???

Lat 53.7, Long -131


00.02: cc 45. 0052 Moored Coast Guard Dock.

03.09: Underway cc 116. 0357 Spire Id Lt brg 229 0.4 mi cc 139.

04.13: cc 113. 0416 cc 180. 0429 cc 116. 0446 Hog Rocks brg 225 0.6 cc 133.

05.02: West Twin Id brg 240 dist 0.7 mi cc 152. 0508 Mary Id Lt brg 251 dist 0.8 mi cc 161. 0540 Black Rock Id brg 71 dist 1.8 mi cc 181.

06.40: Yellow Rocks brg 270 dist 4.0 mi cc 215.

07.20: 54 40N 131 16W. 0731 Barren Id Lt brg 347 dist 6.0 mi cc 181. 0750 cc 168.

13.13: cc 158


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4 October 1951

At/From ???

Lat 49.47, Long -127.02


02.28: cc 140 with Triangle Id brg 68 dist 4.9 mi.

07.40: cc 127

17.57: cc 116.

20.02: cc 105. 2043 cc 116.

21.20: Swiftsure LV 203 2.5 mi.

22.45: cc 130 Tatoosh Id ats dist 4.5 mi. 2253 cc 115. 2258 cc 110.

23.45: cc 115.


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5 October 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.62, Long -122.36


09.02: Moored port side to Pier 70, Seattle Washington

8AM: Off Apple Cove, Washington

Noon: Pier no70 Seattle Washington

8PM: Pier 70 Seattle, Washington

00.03: cc 105

05.35: Pt Wilson Lt brg 175 dist 1.7 mi cc 130. 0545 cc 125. 1554 cc 170. 0557 cc 165.


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6 October 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.62, Long -122.36


8AM: Pier no 70 Seattle, Washington

Noon: Pier no 70 Seattle, Washington

8PM: Pier no 70 Seattle, Washington


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7 October 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.62, Long -122.36


8AM: Pier no 70 Seattle, Washington

Noon: Pier no 70 Seattle, Washington

8PM: Pier no 70 Seattle, Washington


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8 October 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


8PM: Pier no 91 Seattle, Washington

8AM: Pier no 70 Seattle, Washington

Noon: Pier no 91 Seattle, Washington


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9 October 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


8AM: Pier no 91 Seattle, Washington

Noon: Pier no 91 Seattle, Washington

8PM: Pier no 91 Seattle, Washington


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10 October 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


8AM: Pier 91 Seattle Wash.

Noon: Pier 91 Seattle Wash.

8PM: Pier 91 Seattle Wash.


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11 October 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.62, Long -122.36


8AM: Moored Pier 91 Seattle Wash.

Noon: Moored Pier 70 Seattle Wash.

8PM: Moored Pier 70 Seattle Wash.


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12 October 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.62, Long -122.36


8AM: Pier 70 Seattle, Wash.

Noon: Pier 70 Seattle, Wash.

8PM: Pier 70 Seattle, Wash.


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13 October 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.62, Long -122.36


8AM: Moored Pier 70 Seattle, Washington

Noon: Moored Pier 70 Seattle, Washington

8PM: Moored Pier 70 Seattle, Washington


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14 October 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.62, Long -122.36


8AM: Moored Pier 70 Seattle, Washington

Noon: Moored Pier 70 Seattle, Washington

8PM: Moored Pier 70 Seattle, Washington


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15 October 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.62, Long -122.36


8AM: Moored Pier 70 Seattle, Washington

Noon: Moored Pier 70 Seattle, Washington

8PM: Moored Pier 70 Seattle, Washington


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16 October 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.62, Long -122.36


8AM: Moored Pier 70 Seattle, Washington

Noon: Moored Pier 70 Seattle, Washington

8PM: Moored Pier 70 Seattle, Washington


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17 October 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.62, Long -122.36


8AM: Pier 70 Seattle, Wash.

Noon: Pier 70 Seattle, Wash.

8PM: Pier 70 Seattle, Wash.


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18 October 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.62, Long -122.36


8AM: Pier 70 Seattle, Wash.

Noon: Pier 70 Seattle, Wash.

8PM: Pier 70 Seattle, Wash.


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19 October 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.62, Long -122.36


8AM: Pier 70 Seattle, Wash.

Noon: Pier 70 Seattle, Wash.

8PM: Pier 70 Seattle, Wash.


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20 October 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.62, Long -122.36


8AM: Pier 70 Seattle, Wash.

Noon: Pier 70 Seattle, Wash.

8PM: Pier 70 Seattle, Wash.


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21 October 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.62, Long -122.36


8AM: Pier 70 Seattle, Wash.

Noon: Pier 70 Seattle, Wash.

8PM: Pier 70 Seattle, Wash.


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22 October 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


8AM: Pier 70 Seattle, Wash.

Noon: Berth A: Pier 91 Seattle, Washington

8PM: Berth A: Pier 91 Seattle, Washington

11.28: Shifted to Pier 91.


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23 October 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


8AM: Berth A: Pier 91 Seattle, Washington

Noon: Berth A: Pier 91 Seattle, Washington

8PM: Berth A: Pier 91 Seattle, Washington


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24 October 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


8AM: Berth A: Pier 91 Seattle, Washington

Noon: Berth A: Pier 91 Seattle, Washington

8PM: Berth A: Pier 91 Seattle, Washington


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25 October 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


8AM: Berth A: Pier 91 Seattle, Washington

Noon: Berth A: Pier 91 Seattle, Washington

8PM: Berth A: Pier 91 Seattle, Washington


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26 October 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


8AM: Pier 91 Seattle, Washington

Noon: Pier 91 Seattle, Washington

8PM: Pier 91 Seattle, Washington


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27 October 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


8AM: Pier 91 Seattle, Washington

Noon: Pier 91 Seattle, Washington

8PM: Pier 91 Seattle, Washington


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28 October 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


8AM: Pier 91 Seattle, Washington

Noon: Pier 91 Seattle, Washington

8PM: Pier 91 Seattle, Washington


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29 October 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


06.48: sunrise

8AM: Pier 91 Seattle, Washington

Noon: Pier 91 Seattle, Washington

8PM: Pier 91 Seattle, Washington


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30 October 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


16.47: sunset

06.50: sunrise observed

8AM: Pier 91 Seattle, Washington

Noon: Pier 91 Seattle, Washington

8PM: Pier 91 Seattle, Washington


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31 October 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


06.51: sunrise

16.45: sunset

8AM: Pier 91 Seattle, Washington

Noon: Pier 91 Seattle, Washington

8PM: Pier 91 Seattle, Washington


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LOGS FOR NOVEMBER 1951


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1 November 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


0000 to 0900: 0230 VIGIL, RAFAEL (N) (277-562) EN3 (P) returned from T.A.D. as shore patrol in Seattle, Wash. 0800 Held quarters - all hands accounted for except BROOKS, EVERETT N. (266-959) CS2 absent without leave for a period of nine (9) days and twenty (20) hours.

0900 to 1600: 1000 WRIGHT, HERBERT W (279-535) EM1 departed on fourteen (14) days leave to expire on board prior to 1200, 16 November 1951. BROLLIAR, JACK L. (279-405) QM1 returned from twenty-six (26) days leave on time. 1020 the following men transferred this date to report to Commanding Officer Damage Control Training Center, Treasure Island, California for temporary additional duty as per C13CGD LTR of 23 OCT. 1951 file MM (P16-3/15) order #514238 and indorsments thereon: McCLAY LEROY F (278-739) EN2; MILLS, DANIEL G (293-054) SA; HURLEY, DONALD E. (291-293) SA; WRIGHT, CURTIS G. (293-408) SA; CANNON, ROBERT W. (293-165) SA; ALVAREZ, ROBERT W (276-881) SN; WHITE, RICHARD H. (287-739) SN; LAUGHLIN, RICHARD D (290-444) SN; MADDOX, JAMES D. (279-597) BM3; STENSLAND, HOWARD M. (287-503) FN. 1300 TAETZ, ALFRED C (288-135) RD3 departed on seventeen (17) days leave to expire on board prior to 1200, 19 NOV, 1951. 1310 WARD, THEODORE G. (293-001) EN3 (P) departed on nine (9) days leave to expire on board prior to 1200, 11 nov. 1951. 1500 The following named men advanced in rating this date, effective this date: ANDERSON, GEORGE W. (279-196) frm EN2 to EN1 (P); ANGELOS, GEORGE N. (293-042) frm FA to FN; EVDOKIMOFF, JOHN JR. (276-091) frm BM2 to BM1 (P); JOHNSON, RICHARD C. JR. (287-752) frm FA to FN; KENNEDY, GERALD E. (288-542) from SA to SN; MORROW, CHARLES R. (279-995) frm FA to FN; PETERSON, VERN R. (293-147) frm FA to FN; SIMS, ERNEST L. (279-996) frm FA to FN; WRIGHT, LENARD A. (287-538) frm FN to EN3 (P).

Noon: Moored Pier 91 Seattle Washington

1600 to 2400: 1600 Effective this date the following named men changed rate as indicated: FRASER, DOUGLAS P. (276-780) frm FC2 (P) to FC2; FROTHINGHAM, ALFRED C. JR. (277-164) from RD2 (P) to RD2; WITHERS, JOHN W. (282-200) from EN2 (P) to EN2. 1830 GREENE, JOHN W. (276-264) GM3 (P) departed on temporary additional duty to Shore Patrol headquarters, Seattle.

0000 to 09.00: 0230 VIGIL, RAFAEL (N) (277-562) EN3 (P) returned from T.A.D. as shore patrol in Seattle, Wash. 0800 Held quarters - all hands accounted for except BROOKS, EVERETT N. (266-959) CS2 absent without leave for a period of nine (9) days and twenty (20) hours.

0900 to 16.00: 1000 WRIGHT, HERBERT W (279-535) EM1 departed on fourteen (14) days leave to expire on board prior to 1200, 16 November 1951. BROLLIAR, JACK L. (279-405) QM1 returned from twenty-six (26) days leave on time. 1020 the following men transferred this date to report to Commanding Officer Damage Control Training Center, Treasure Island, California for temporary additional duty as per C13CGD LTR of 23 OCT. 1951 file MM (P16-3/15) order #514238 and indorsments thereon: McCLAY LEROY F (278-739) EN2; MILLS, DANIEL G (293-054) SA; HURLEY, DONALD E. (291-293) SA; WRIGHT, CURTIS G. (293-408) SA; CANNON, ROBERT W. (293-165) SA; ALVAREZ, ROBERT W (276-881) SN; WHITE, RICHARD H. 1300 TAETZ, ALFRED C (288-135) RD3 departed on seventeen (17) days leave to expire on board prior to 1200, 19 NOV, 1951. 1310 WARD, THEODORE G. (293-001) EN3 (P) departed on nine (9) days leave to expire on board prior to 1200, 11 nov. 1951. 1500 The following named men advanced in rating this date, effective this date: ANDERSON, GEORGE W. (279-196) frm EN2 to EN1 (P); ANGELOS, GEORGE N. SA to SN; MORROW, CHARLES R. (279-995) frm FA to FN; PETERSON, VERN R. (293-147) frm FA to FN; SIMS, ERNEST L. (279-996) frm FA to FN; WRIGHT, LENARD A.

1600 to 24.00: 1600 Effective this date the following named men changed rate as indicated: FRASER, DOUGLAS P. (276-780) frm FC2 (P) to FC2; FROTHINGHAM, ALFRED C. JR. 1830 GREENE, JOHN W. (276-264) GM3 (P) departed on temporary additional duty to Shore Patrol headquarters, Seattle.


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2 November 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


0000 to 0900: 0200 GREENE, JOHN W . (276-264) GM3 (P) returned from temporary duty at shore patrol headquarters, Seattle. 0800 all hands to quarters for muster - no absentees except BROOKS, EVERETT N (266-959) CS2 absent without leave for a period of ten (10) days and twenty (20) hours.

0900 to 1600: 1040 CORYELL RUSSELL T JR. (260-552) DCCA. transferred to C.O. CGC WASCHUSETTS (WPG 44) Seattle for assignment to duty. auth C13CGD/L (P) 19 October 1951 file MM/PIL-4. 1115 WRIGHT LEONARD A. (287-538) EN3 reported from in-patient treatment USMH Seattle unfit for duty. 1300 WRIGHT LENARD A (287-538) EN3 (P) departed on thirty days (30) sick leave to expire prior to 1200 2 December 1951 on board. 1440 The following men reported aboard for assignment to duty from CG Base Seattle, Washington in accordance with order MM / 016-4. DAVIS, WILLIE JR. (298-281) TA. HANKINS, IRVIN (h) (298-316) TA. BRYANT ALVIN (n) (298-310) TA and SMITH, VONNIE (n) (298-268) TA.

18.30: EVDOKIMOF, JOHN JR. (276-091) BM1 (P) departed on temporary duty on shore patrol seattle.

Noon: Moored Pier 91 Seattle

0000 to 09.00: 0200 GREENE, JOHN W . (276-264) GM3 (P) returned from temporary duty at shore patrol headquarters, Seattle. 0800 all hands to quarters for muster - no absentees except BROOKS, EVERETT N (266-959) CS2 absent without leave for a period of ten (10) days and twenty (20) hours.

0900 to 16.00: 1040 CORYELL RUSSELL T JR. (260-552) DCCA. transferred to C.O. CGC WASCHUSETTS (WPG 44) Seattle for assignment to duty. auth C13CGD/L (P) 19 October 1951 file MM/PIL-4. 1115 WRIGHT LEONARD A. (287-538) EN3 reported from in-patient treatment USMH Seattle unfit for duty. 1300 WRIGHT LENARD A (287-538) EN3 (P) departed on thirty days (30) sick leave to expire prior to 1200 2 December 1951 on board. 1440 The following men reported aboard for assignment to duty from CG Base Seattle, Washington in accordance with order MM / 016-4. DAVIS, WILLIE JR.


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3 November 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


0000 to 0900: 0200 EVDOKIMOFF JOHN JR (276-091) BM1 reported from temporary duty as shore patrol Seattle. 0800 BROOKS EVERETT N (266-959) CS2 absent without leave for a period of eleven (11) days and twenty (20) hours.

12.00: PARRISH, JACK D. (267-954) FN returned from eighteen (18) days leave and ten (10) days extension on time.

18.30: FRASER, DOUGLAS P. (276-780) FC2 departed on T.A.D. as shore patrol in Seattle, Wash.

Noon: Moored Pier 91 Seattle

0000 to 09.00: 0200 EVDOKIMOFF JOHN JR (276-091) BM1 reported from temporary duty as shore patrol Seattle. 0800 BROOKS EVERETT N (266-959) CS2 absent without leave for a period of eleven (11) days and twenty (20) hours.


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4 November 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


0000 to 0900: 0200 FRASER, DOUGLAS P. (276-780) FC2 returned from T.A.D. as shore patrol in Seattle, Wash. 0800 BROOKS, EVERETT N. (266-959) CS2 absent without leave for a period of twelve (12) days and twenty (20) hours.

18.35: ANDERSON, GEORGE W. (279-196) EN2 departed on temporary additional duty at Shore Patrol headquarters, Seattle.

21.50: YOUNG, ARCHIE A. (278-351) EN1 returned from thirty (30) days leave on time.

Noon: Moored Pier 91 Seattle

0000 to 09.00: 0200 FRASER, DOUGLAS P. (276-780) FC2 returned from T.A.D. as shore patrol in Seattle, Wash. 0800 BROOKS, EVERETT N. (266-959) CS2 absent without leave for a period of twelve (12) days and twenty (20) hours.


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5 November 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


08.00: 0800 BROOKS, EVERETT N (266-959) CS2 absent without leave for a period of thirteen (13) days, twenty (20) hours. 0825 LCDR WILLIAM L. DEDONG (2662) USCG reported aboard from O, Cmdr. 12th Coast Guard district to assume duties of Engineering Officer Order File: #P16-4/00.

0900 to 1600: 1045 KIDNER THERMAN H. 279-944 ET2 reported on board from thirty (30) days leave on time. 1100 DREW GEORGE S (217-694) GMC returned on time from thirty (30) days annual leave. 1125 SMITH, DAVID E (279-622) SN reported on board from days leave on time. PURCELL DONNIE M (279-759) FN reported on board from days leave on time. 1135 YUHASE DAVID Y (285-075) BM1 returned from twenty (20) days leave on time. 1200 FOULK JOHN E (279-716) granted one (1) day extension of leave. 1330 GREENE JOHN W (276-264) GM3 departed on 30 days regular annual leave to expire prior to 1200 6 December 19t51 on board. 1340 MADEROS ALBERT P (208-694) DC1 reported on board for assignment to duty auth C13CGD/L 24 Oct. 1951. file MM/P16-4 1350 HUGHTO DONALD A (293-143) PA. having reported on board from in-patient treatment U.S.M.H. Seattle departed on thirteen days (13) sick leave to expire prior to 1200 19 November 1951.

1600 to 2400: 1615 DAVIS, WILLIE JR 298-281 TA transferred to CGC WACHUSETTS for assignment to duty in accordance with C13CGD/D 052325Z. 1835 COLLETTE PAUL L (276-473) EM1 departed on temporary duty as shore patrol Seattle.

Noon: Moored Pier 91 Seattle

0900 to 16.00: 1045 KIDNER THERMAN H. 279-944 ET2 reported on board from thirty (30) days leave on time. 1100 DREW GEORGE S (217-694) GMC returned on time from thirty (30) days annual leave. 1125 SMITH, DAVID E (279-622) SN reported on board from days leave on time. PURCELL DONNIE M (279-759) FN reported on board from days leave on time. 1135 YUHASE DAVID Y (285-075) BM1 returned from twenty (20) days leave on time. 1200 FOULK JOHN E (279-716) granted one (1) day extension of leave. 1330 GREENE JOHN W (276-264) GM3 departed on 30 days regular annual leave to expire prior to 1200 6 December 19t51 on board. 1340 MADEROS ALBERT P (208-694) DC1 reported on board for assignment to duty auth C13CGD/L 24 Oct. 1951. file MM/P16-4 1350 HUGHTO DONALD A (293-143) PA. having reported on board from in-patient treatment U.S.M.H. Seattle departed on thirteen days (13) sick leave to expire prior to 1200 19 November 1951.

1600 to 24.00: 1615 DAVIS, WILLIE JR 298-281 TA transferred to CGC WACHUSETTS for assignment to duty in accordance with C13CGD/D 052325Z. 1835 COLLETTE PAUL L (276-473) EM1 departed on temporary duty as shore patrol Seattle.


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6 November 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


02.30: COLLETTE PAUL (276-973) EM1 returned from temporary duty as shore patrol.

0900 to 1600: 1040 BURLEY, ALVIN (260-832) TN transferred to C8CGD Auth: C13CGD ltr. 31 Oct., 1951 file MM/P16-4. 1320 JOHNSON, RICHARD C. JR. (287-752) FA departed on twenty (20) days leave to expire prior to 1200 27 Nov. 1951. 1349 The following men departed on leave. MAUCK, ELBERT V. JR (287-608) FA twenty one days (21) due to expire prior to 1200 28 Nov. 1951; WALTERS, HARRY E. JR (286-645) FN (EN) fifteen (15) days - due to expire prior to 1200 22 Nov. 1951.; BISCHOFF, CARL F. L. (287-468) SN (CS) twenty six (26) days due to expire prior to 1200 3 Dec., 1951. 1350 FOULK, JOHN E. (279-716) SN returned from fifteen days leave and one days extension in proper uniform being AWOL for one (1) hour and fifty (50) minutes. 1600 CDR LEWIS L. WHITTEMORE (1693) departed on transfer to Commander, 5th CG District, in accordance with HL 8-30-51 P16-4/00

17.00: 1703 Underway standing into Elliot Bay on various courses. 1738 cc 280 1750 cc 002 1753 West Point on starboard beam range 1.0 mi

18.00: 1802 cc 002 1809 cc 006 1844 cc 340 1850 Apple Cove Point light on port beam range 1.3 mi

19.23: Point No Point on

19.23: Entry at 1923 continues on next log page.

Noon: MOORED PIER 91, SEATTLE

20.00: ADMIRALTY INLET, WASH.

19.00: 1923 Port beam range 1.0 mi cc 305 1935 Changed to various course due to traffic encounted. 1950 cc 323

19.23: Entry at 1923 is continuation from previous log page.

20.00: 2010 cc 348 2034 Marrowstone Pt. bearing 222 T dist 1.5 mi cc 310 2059 cc 279

21.03: Gyro compass not operating properly - steering by magnetic compass.

22.10: New Dungeness Lt. bearing 180 T range 1.5 mi cc 248

22.59: Steering by gyro compass.

23.00: 2302 Standing by to receive boat. 2317 Underway off Port Angeles on course 288 2330 cc 300

23.10: The following men were received aboard from boat at Port Angeles. Dr. W. P. Taylor P.H.; Dr. H. R. Terry Jr. P.H.; Wesley Mount HM1 (P.H.), Charles J. Keim (Port Angeles Evening News and Associated Press)

0900 to 16.00: 1040 BURLEY, ALVIN (260-832) TN transferred to C8CGD Auth: C13CGD ltr. 31 Oct., 1951 file MM/P16-4. 1320 JOHNSON, RICHARD C. JR. (287-752) FA departed on twenty (20) days leave to expire prior to 1200 27 Nov. 1951. 1349 The following men departed on leave. MAUCK, ELBERT V. JR (287-608) FA twenty one days (21) due to expire prior to 1200 28 Nov. 1951; WALTERS, HARRY E. JR 1200 3 Dec., 1951. 1350 FOULK, JOHN E. (279-716) SN returned from fifteen days leave and one days extension in proper uniform being AWOL for one (1) hour and fifty (50) minutes. 1600 CDR LEWIS L. WHITTEMORE (1693) departed on transfer to Commander, 5th CG District, in accordance with HL 8-30-51 P16-4/00

17.00: 1703 Underway standing into Elliot Bay on various courses. 1738 cc 280. 1750 cc 002. 1753 West Point on starboard beam range 1.0 mi

18.00: 1802 cc 002. 1809 cc 006. 1844 cc 340. 1850 Apple Cove Point light on port beam range 1.3 mi.

1923; Point no Point on Port beam range 1.0 mi cc 305. 1935 Changed to various course due to traffic encounted. 1950 cc 323

23.00: 2302 Standing by to receive boat. 2317 Underway off Port Angeles on course 288. 2330 cc 300

23.10: The following men were received aboard from boat at Port Angeles. Dr. W. P. Taylor P.H.; Dr. H. R. Terry Jr. P.H.; Wesley Mount HM1 (P.H.), Charles J. Keim


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7 November 1951

At/From ???

Lat 48.9, Long -127.27


00.00: Underway Straits of Juan De Fuca to scene of marine disaster

00.32: Beechy Head bearing 112 T dist 2.8 mi cc 285

01.00: 0118 cc 288 to leave passing ship one (1), one half (.5) mi on port beam. 0123 cc 283 to return to course line.

00.32: "Beechy Head" in the log appears to be a reference to "Beechey Head"

04.00: 0407 cc 277 Swiftsure L.S. abeam to starboard dist two mi

05.04: cc 283

00.32: Beechey Head bearing 112 T dist 2.8 mi cc 285

04.00: 0407 cc 277. Swiftsure L.S. abeam to starboard dist two mi.


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8 November 1951

At/From ???

Lat 49.9, Long -132.67


00.00: Underway Pacific Ocean to assist SS GEORGE WALTON, reported position 49 deg 46' n, 133 deg 20' W

01.00: 0115 cc 289 0140 cc 298 0150 cc 289

02.25: cc 275

07.00: 0725 made radar contact with object at 285 T dist 17.2 mi. cc 285 to contact object. 0745 cc 283

08.20: Visually sighted vessel believed to be S.S. George Walton - range 9.5 miles.

09.00: 0905 cc 300 0915 cc 323 0925 cc 268 0932 cc 283

10.00: 1040 cc 100 1047 cc 095

11.05: cc 135

12.10: cc 120

13.00: 1300 cc 150 1332 cc 110

14.00: cc 320

15.00: 1530 manuevering in vicinity of SS GEORGE WALTON 1555 hove to in vicinity of SS GEORGE WALTON

01.00: 0115 cc 289. 0140 cc 298. 0150 cc 289

04.08: cc 298

09.00: 0905 cc 300. 0915 cc 323. 0925 cc 268. 0932 cc 283

10.00: 1040 cc 100. 1047 cc 095

13.00: 1300 cc 150. 1332 cc 110

15.00: 1530 manuevering in vicinity of SS GEORGE WALTON. 1555 hove to in vicinity of SS GEORGE WALTON


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9 November 1951

At/From ???

Lat 49.83, Long -132.4


00.00: Hove too in vicinity of SS GEORGE WALTON awaiting favorable boarding conditions.

04.00: Drifting approximately on course 315 T

07.00: 0735 underway 0745 stopped

11.09: Visibility reduced to less than 2 miles - started sounding fog signals

12.00: 1200 Hove to, holding to course 268 1245 Underway to close SS GEORGE WALTON.

13.02: cc 073

16.00: commenced fog signals.

17.00: 1747 cc 258 1755 cc 270

18.05: stopped engines

18.07: secured fog signal

2000 to 2400: 2040 Visiblity reduced to less than 2 miles - started fog signals 2112 Secured fog signals 2300 Visibility less than 2 miles, started fog signals. 2335 Secured fog signal

07.00: 0735 underway. 0745 stopped

12.00: 1200 Hove to, holding to course 268. 1245 Underway to close SS GEORGE WALTON.

17.00: 1747 cc 258. 1755 cc 270


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10 November 1951

At/From ???

Lat 50.13, Long -133.58


23.55: cc 273

23.55: The course change at 2355 appears likely to have been at 0055 based on adjacent log entries.

01.14: cc 268

03.15: both engines secured

04.08: underway on various courses

06.00: cc 248

08.00: 0815 Underway various courses 0820 cc 035

10.03: cc 050

11.00: 1140 cc 252 1147 cc 260

12.50: maneuvering various courses inspecting SS GEORGE WALTON

13.12: cc 328

14.05: cc 298

17.58: cc 108 Hove to in vicinity of SS George Walton

23.00: Standing toward S.S. George Walton. cc 118

08.00: 0815 Underway various courses. 0820 cc 035

11.00: 1140 cc 252. 1147 cc 260


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11 November 1951

At/From ???

Lat 49.77, Long -133.29


00.00: standing by derelict SS GEORGE WALTON

04.00: cc 268 Maintaining station in the vicinity of the SS George Walton.

06.45: cc 088

07.00: 0745 various courses 0759 cc 088

08.00: 0844 cc 253 0855 Maneuvering in vicinity of S.S. George Walton

09.38: Hove to holding course 088 T

13.30: cc 273 to close SS GEORGE WALTON

14.50: cc 288

15.05: cc 273

17.00: 1740 cc 288 1750 cc 098 1755 cc 108

20.05: cc 093

23.50: cc 123

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07.00: 0745 various courses. 0759 cc 088

08.00: 0844 cc 253. 0855 Maneuvering in vicinity of S.S. George Walton

17.00: 1740 cc 288. 1750 cc 098. 1755 cc 108


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12 November 1951

At/From ???

Lat 49.67, Long -132.3


04.30: cc 108

09.00: 0903 cc 278 0912 cc 288

13.00: 1300 cc 298 1330 cc 088 1337 cc 108 1340 cc 098

15.35: Underway to close SS GEORGE WALTON cc 090

16.00: 1601 circuled the SS George Walton to observer her condition. 1624 cc 298 1638 cc 288

17.50: cc 098

09.00: 0903 cc 278. 0912 cc 288

13.00: 1300 cc 298. 1330 cc 088. 1337 cc 108. 1340 cc 098

15.35: Underway to close SS GEORGE WALTON. cc 090

16.00: 1601 circuled the SS George Walton to observer her condition. 1624 cc 298. 1638 cc 288


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13 November 1951

At/From ???

Lat 49.65, Long -131.8


00.00: Hove to approximately 49 deg 40' N lat. 131 deg 50' W Long. holding to course 098 T

04.30: Steering various courses closing the SS George Walton

06.00: Hove to on course 108 T

08.00: circling the S.S. George Walton

0800 to 1200: 0856 Boat #5 departed for S.S. George Walton with boarding party and towing gear. 1115 Working party aboard S.S. George Walton rigging towing gear.

12.00: Various Courses

1200 to 1600: 1200 rigging towing gear on SS GEORGE WALTON. 1210 Fired line across WALTON, to pair messenger. 1328 Last messenger from Walton. 1355 Messenger paired from Walton to Northwind, commenced pairing towing Hawser to Walton. 1455 Tow rigged, standing by for working party. 1503 Working party departed Walton, LCVP standing off while tow is brought to course.

16.00: 1600 Underway as before towing the SS George Walton 1630 LCVP #5 came alongside and discharged boarding party. 1645 LCVP #5 hoisted aboard and secured.

20.00: on base course 108 T

20.00: Underway with S.S. George Wlaton in tow.

20.00: In company with Tug Barbara Foss.


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14 November 1951

At/From ???

Lat 49.4, Long -130.93


00.00: 0000 Underway on course 108 0004 hove to

01.00: 0115 underway, various courses 0151 cc 128

0000 to 0400: 0000 Underway Pacific Ocean for Seattle Washington with SS GEORGE WALTON in tow 0004 Towing Hawser parted, stopped engines, hove to to bring towing gear aboard. 0115 Towing gear aboard, underway, various courses and speeds to warn merchant vessel away from derelict George Walton. 0320 Underway at 45 RPM to open range on SS GEORGE WALTON.

06.00: 0611 underway 0646 Hove to on course 123 T

09.00: 0903 Underway steering various courses. 0943 Holding course 123 T

0800 to 1100: 0800 Hove to in vicinity of SS. George Walton in company with Tug Barbara Foss 1015 Barbara Foss underway with S.S. George Walton in tow.

12.43: Various courses to close SS GEORGE WALTON.

13.07: Closed to within one (1) mile of SS GEORGE WALTON, cc 128

16.18: underway on various courses closing the SS George Walton

17.24: hove to on course 128 T

19.15: underway on

19.15: Entry for 1915 started started on this page, to be continued on next page

19.00: 1915 various courses closing the SS Walton 1935 Hove to on course 128 T

19.15: Entry at 1915 is continued from previous page

21.00: 2117 Underway various courses 2118 cc 083

22.50: cc 098

00.00: 0000 Underway on course 108. 0004 hove to

01.00: 0115 underway, various courses. 0151 cc 128

06.00: 0611 underway. 0646 Hove to on course 123 T

0800 to 11.00: 0800 Hove to in vicinity of SS. George Walton in company with Tug Barbara Foss 1015 Barbara Foss underway with S.S. George Walton in tow.

21.00: 2117 Underway various courses. 2118 cc 083


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15 November 1951

At/From ???

Lat 48.68, Long -128.58


00.00: Underway Pacific Ocean for Seattle Washington convoying SS GEORGE WALTON in tow of tug BARBARA FOSS.

00.00: Steering various courses to maintain station one (1) to five (5) miles astern of George Walton

04.00: Underway as before on course 108

16.00: Underway as before on course 098

22.50: cc 108

Noon: There is a descrepency in the longitude between the two Noon locations. It appears that the minutes (58) were mistakenly repeated from the 8AM entry and that the minutes (35) in the top entry is more likely to be correct.

Noon: There is a descrepency in the longitude between the two Noon locations. It appears that the minutes (58) were mistakenly repeated from the 8AM entry. and that the minutes (35) in the top entry is more likely to be correct.


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16 November 1951

At/From ???

Lat 48.67, Long -126.68


00.00: Underway Pacific Ocean for Seattle, Washington, convoying SS GEORGE WALTON in tow of tug BARBARA FOSS. Steering base course of 100 T at various speeds maintaining station one (1) point five (.5) miles astern of WALTON.

05.00: cc 098

09.18: cc 288

10.45: cc 088

11.00: 1133 cc 118 1135 cc 113

18.00: 1822 cc 328 1840 cc 113

23.25: cc 118

11.00: 1133 cc 118. 1135 cc 113

18.00: 1822 cc 328. 1840 cc 113


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17 November 1951

At/From ???

Lat 48.68, Long -126.17


00.00: Underway Pacific Ocean for Seattle Washington convoying SS GEORGE WALTON in tow of tug BARBARA FOSS on course 118 T. various speeds to maintain station 1.5 miles astern of Walton.

05.55: cc 093

07.20: cc 103

08.29: cc 268

08.40: BA~DY, FRANK E. (100-389) CSC placed on no duty status by reason of wound, incised right hand, ring & small finger

09.45: cc 123

10.01: cc 128

11.16: cc 118

12.15: cc 108

16.08: cc 093

17.40: cc 258

19.00: 1910 cc 228 1958 cc 108

21.10: cc 103

19.00: 1910 cc 228. 1958 cc 108


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18 November 1951

At/From ???

Lat 48.8, Long -125.77


03.20: cc 128

08.00: 0825 Commenced sounding fog signals 0840 Secured fog signals 0850 Commenced sounding fog signals

08.00: 0810 cc 018 0852 cc 123

09.00: 0915 cc 128 0933 cc 123 0940 cc 113 0947 cc 118

10.32: cc 143

11.30: cc 153

13.00: 1305 cc 048 1345 cc 238 1355 cc 198

17.10: cc 348

17.45: began fog signals.

1600 to 2000: 1900 received the information on radio telephone from the Tug Barbara Foss that her tow line was apparently fouled on the bottom and that the SS Walton was not on the Foss's radar screen. 1902 began radar and searchlight search for SS George Walton with negative results. Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds. 1945 received information from Tug Barbara Foss that the SS George Walton had apparently sunk while under tow. The estimated latitude and longitude of the sunken vessel is 48 deg 46.5' N and 125 deg 48' W in 36 fathoms of water. The Tug Barbara Foss also reported that upon heaving in her wire hawser that it was necessary to cut it since it was apparently fast to the sunken vessel. The Commander 13th Coast Guard district was immediately advised of the situation.

19.50: hove to on course 198 T

20.15: cc 018

08.00: 0810 cc 018. 0852 cc 123

09.00: 0915 cc 128. 0933 cc 123. 0940 cc 113. 0947 cc 118

13.00: 1305 cc 048. 1345 cc 238. 1355 cc 198

21.45: cc 178


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19 November 1951

At/From ???

Lat 48.84, Long -125.78


00.00: Underway Pacific Ocean, standing by to make daylight search for SS GEORGE WALTON

04.05: cc 358

06.00: 0600 cc 178 0650 cc 123

07.45: cc 138

08.09: cc 133

09.00: 0909 cc 225 0917 cc 313 0947 cc 338

11.35: cc 118

0800 to 1200: 0945 Received word that the tug Island Commander passed from Amphitrite Point to Lennard Island close ashore, without sighting wreckage or any sign of the SS. Walton 1004 Maneuvering at various courses and speeds investigating oil slicks and floating debris with the assistance of C.G. PBY5A.

12.30: Secured from search for SS GEORGE WALTON set course for Seattle Washington.

13.24: cc 108

14.34: Pachena Point bearing abeam to Port dist 5.1 mi cc 115

15.00: 1500 cc 118 1515 Left Swiftsure lightship abeam to starboard, dist 2.9 mi

20.00: OFF RACE ROCK STRAIT OF JUAN DE FUCA

16.45: cc 106

17.00: 1720 cc 108 1735 cc 103

18.35: cc 098

19.00: 1951 SHERINGHAM POINT, bearing 344 T dist 3.3 mi, cc 116 1927 sighted EDIZ HOOK light bearing 120 T dist 15 mi

20.00: 2048 Boat from Port Angeles Air Station alongside to starboard. The following men departed ship for Port Angeles: Dr. U. C. Taylor USPHS, Dr H. R. Terry USPHS, Wesley Mount HM1 USCG and Charles Keim Associated Press. 2055 Boat departed from ship.

20.55: cc 075

21.55: New Dungeness Lt. bearing 140 T dist 2.1 mi cc 099

23.00: 2315 Point Wilson Lt. bearing 190 T dist 1.5 mi cc 130 2342 Marrowstone Lt. bearing 205 T dist 1.7 mi cc 148 2351 cc 170

06.00: 0600 cc 178. 0650 cc 123

09.00: 0909 cc 225. 0917 cc 313. 0947 cc 338

15.00: 1500 cc 118. 1515 Left Swiftsure lightship abeam to starboard, dist 2.9 mi

17.00: 1720 cc 108. 1735 cc 103

19.00: 1951 SHERINGHAM POINT, bearing 344 T dist 3.3 mi, cc 116. 1927 sighted EDIZ HOOK light bearing 120 T dist 15 mi

23.00: 2315 Point Wilson Lt. bearing 190 T dist 1.5 mi cc 130. 2342 Marrowstone Lt. bearing 205 T dist 1.7 mi cc 148. 2351 cc 170


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20 November 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


00.00: 0015 cc 158 0019 cc 150 0021 cc 155 0025 cc 150 0035 cc 140 0041 cc 130 0043 Double Bluff lighted Buoy abeam to port, dist .8 mi

01.00: 0101 Point No Point light abeam to starboard cc 160 0132 Apple Cove Point light abeam to starboard, dist 1.3 mi 0135 cc 163 0148 President Point lighted Sign abeam to starboard dist 1.6 mi 0151 cc 180 0157 cc 184

02.00: 0218 West Point light abeam to port dist .6 mi 0219 cc 143 0234 cc 098 0239 Various courses maneuvering to dock 0255 Moored Port side to Berth "George" Pier 91 Seattle Washington

07.45: RYAN ROBERT, ENS reported aboard for resumption of regular duty from 13CGD.

09.10: The following named men reported aboard from leave: TAETZ, ALFRED C. (288-135) RD3, HUGHTO, DONALD A. (293-143) FA, ZURCHER, JAMES C. (279-925) RM3, WEVERKA, ALFRED C. (293-155) SA, CALDERWOOD, THOMAS C. (276-895) SN, LOFTON, ROBERT P. (276-644) GM3 (p), WARD, THEODORE G. (293-001) EN3(p), ELLICOTT, BURTON E. (287-360) FN, WRIGHT, HERBERT W. (279-535) EM1, MATHIS JESSE R. (283-846) SA, EASTON, HARR S. (277-163) SN, HEAD, CHARLES E. (287-260) SA. FRANCIS G. KAY, LTJG (37846) returned aboard from leave. The following men reported aboard having completed temporary additional duty at C.G. Base, Seattle, Washington as per order )16-4/MM: DREW, GEORGE (217-694) GMC, KATICH, ANTONE P. (293-438) SN, ROBERTSON, JAMES L. (287-331) EN3, BUSCH, EDGAR D. (274-106) CS3, WOODS, ERNEST D. (276-405) SN (CS), LARSON, VERNON L. (293-207) SN, FRANKS, CONSTANTINE J. (293-126) SN, HUFF, DALE H. (279-061) QM1, FERRELL, AUSTIN W. (266-219) RM1, WARD, THEODORE G (293-001) EN3, MURRILL, CLYDE T. (283-566) TN, LOFTON, ROBERT P. (276-644) SN, ZURCHER, JAMES C. (279-925) RM3, WEVERKA, ALFRED C. (293-155) SA, CALDERWOOD, THOMAS C. (276-895) SN, EASTON, HARRY S. (277-163) SN, HEAD, CHARLES E. (287-260) SA, MATHIS, JESSE R. (283-846) SA, WRIGHT, HERBERT W. (279-535) EM1, ELLICOTT, BURTON E. (287-360) FN.

Noon: SEATTLE, WASHINGTON MOORED

0900 to 1600: 0910 ZURCHER, JAME C. (279-925) RM3 returned aboard in status os awaiting disciplinary action, having been placed on report by Commanding Officer, Coast Guard Base, Seattle for being absent over leave from 0745, 16 NOVEMBER 1951 to 0800, 19 NOVEMBER, 1951 a period of seventy two (72) hours and fifteen (15) minutes. 1156 COLLETTE, PAUL L (296-473) EM1 departed for temporary additional duty and instruction at Motion Picture Operators School, San Diego, California as per order 20 NOVEMBER 1951, file MM/P16-4. 1200 BROOKS, EVERETT N. (266-959) CS2 absent over leave a period of twenty-nine (29) days. 1215 HUGHTO, DONALD A. (293-143) FA departed on ten (10) days annual leave to expire on board prior to 1200, 6 December 1951. KATICH, ANTONE P. (293-436) SN departed on fifteen (15) days annual leave to expire prior 1200, 6 DECEMBER, 1951. 1340 ROBERTSON, JAMES L. (287-331) EN3 departed with and in charge of DUROW, WILBER S. JR. (293-431) FA, SIMS, ERNEST L (279-996) FN and FLANAGAN, ROBERT P. (290-271) FA to report to CO. CG Detatchment, Camp Gordon, Georgia for assignment to temporary duty and instruction, authority H/L 19 OCTOBER 1951 file PE2 MM P16/3/13. YUHASE, DAVID V. (285-075) BM1 departed with and in charge of the following named men to report to CO. CG. Detatchement, Camp Gordon, Georgia for assignment to temporary duty and instruction: ORLAND, GABRIEL JR. (293-430) SA, TOOGOOD, ROBERT K. JR. (293-186) SA, BROWN, EARL D. JR. (287--444) SA, PROCTOR, FREEMAN A. JR (293-447) SA and SMITH, DAVID E. (279-622) SA authority H/L 19 OCTOBER 1951 file PE2 MMP16-3/13, travel order 514544. BARRETT, JERRY H. (293-429) departed with and in charge of the following named men to report to CO, CG Detatchment, Camp Gordon Georgia for assignment to temporary duty and instruction: WEVERKA, ALFRED C. (293-155) SA and LARSON, VERNON L. (293-207) SN. authority H/L 19 OCTOBER 1951 file PE2 MM 016-3/13. 1400 CALDERWOOD, THOMAS C. (276-895) SN transferred to CO, CG Base, Seattle, Washington for assignment to temporary duty and for further transfer to C17CGD for assignment to duty, authority C13CGC/L dated 24 OCTOBER 1951 order number 514511 file MM/P16-4. 1415 TAETZ, ALFRED C. (288-135) RD3 transfered to CO CGC BERING STRAIT for assignment to duty, authority C13CGD/L dated 16 November 1951 file MM/016-4.

18.30: YOUNG, ARCHIE A. (278-351) EN1 (P) departed on temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol, Seattle, Washington.

00.00: 0015 cc 158. 0019 cc 150. 0021 cc 155. 0025 cc 150. 0035 cc 140. 0041 cc 130. 0043 Double Bluff lighted Buoy abeam to port, dist .8 mi

01.00: 0101 Point No Point light abeam to starboard cc 160. 0132 Apple Cove Point light abeam to starboard, dist 1.3 mi. 0135 cc 163. 0148 President Point lighted Sign abeam to starboard dist 1.6 mi. 0151 cc 180. 0157 cc 184

02.00: 0218 West Point light abeam to port dist .6 mi. 0219 cc 143. 0234 cc 098. 0239 Various courses maneuvering to dock. 0255 Moored Port side to Berth !George! Pier 91 Seattle Washington

0900 to 16.00: 0910 ZURCHER, JAME C. (279-925) RM3 returned aboard in status os awaiting disciplinary action, having been placed on report by Commanding Officer, Coast Guard Base, Seattle for being absent over leave from 0745, 16 NOVEMBER 1951 to 0800, 19 NOVEMBER, 1951 a period of seventy two (72) hours and fifteen (15) minutes. 1156 COLLETTE, PAUL L (296-473) EM1 departed for temporary additional duty and instruction at Motion Picture Operators School, San Diego, California as per order 20 NOVEMBER 1951, file MM/P16-4. 1200 BROOKS, EVERETT N. (266-959) CS2 absent over leave a period of twenty-nine (29) days. 1215 HUGHTO, DONALD A. (293-143) FA departed on ten (10) days annual leave to expire on board prior to 1200, 6 December 1951. KATICH, ANTONE P. (293-436) SN departed on fifteen (15) days annual leave to expire prior 1200, 6 DECEMBER, 1951. 1340 ROBERTSON, JAMES L. (287-331) EN3 departed with and in charge of DUROW, WILBER S. JR. (293-431) FA, SIMS, ERNEST L (279-996) FN and FLANAGAN, ROBERT P. (290-271) FA to report to CO. CG Detatchment, Camp Gordon, Georgia for assignment to temporary duty and instruction, authority H/L 19 OCTOBER 1951 file PE2 MM P16/3/13. YUHASE, DAVID V. (285-075) BM1 departed with and in charge of the following named men to report to CO. CG. Detatchement, Camp Gordon, Georgia for assignment to temporary duty and instruction: ORLAND, GABRIEL JR. (293-430) SA, TOOGOOD, ROBERT K. JR. (293-186) SA, BROWN, EARL D. JR. (287--444) SA, PROCTOR, FREEMAN A. JR (293-447) SA and SMITH, DAVID E. (279-622) SA authority H/L 19 OCTOBER 1951 file PE2 MMP16-3/13, travel order 514544. BARRETT, JERRY H. (293-429) departed with and in charge of the following named men to report to CO, CG Detatchment, Camp Gordon Georgia for assignment to temporary duty and instruction: WEVERKA, ALFRED C. (293-155) SA and LARSON, VERNON L. (293-207) SN. authority H/L 19 OCTOBER 1951 file PE2 MM 016-3/13. 1400 CALDERWOOD, THOMAS C. (276-895) SN transferred to CO, CG Base, Seattle, Washington for assignment to temporary duty and for further transfer to C17CGD for assignment to duty, authority C13CGC/L dated 24 OCTOBER 1951 order number 514511 file MM/P16-4. 1415 TAETZ, ALFRED C. (288-135) RD3 transfered to CO CGC BERING STRAIT for assignment to duty, authority C13CGD/L dated 16 November 1951 file MM/016-4. 09.10: The following named men reported aboard from leave: TAETZ, ALFRED C. (288-135) RD3, HUGHTO, DONALD A. (293-143) FA, ZURCHER, JAMES C. (279-925) RM3, WEVERKA, ALFRED C. (293-155) SA, CALDERWOOD, THOMAS C. (276-895) SN, LOFTON, ROBERT P. (276-644) GM3 (p), WARD, THEODORE G. (293-001) EN3(p), ELLICOTT, BURTON E. (287-360) FN, WRIGHT, HERBERT W. (279-535) EM1, MATHIS JESSE R. (283-846) SA, EASTON, HARR S. (277-163) SN, HEAD, CHARLES E. (287-260) SA. FRANCIS G. KAY, LTJG (37846) returned aboard from leave. The following men reported aboard having completed temporary additional duty at C.G. Base, Seattle, Washington as per order )16-4/MM: DREW, GEORGE (217-694) GMC, KATICH, ANTONE P. (293-438) SN, ROBERTSON, JAMES L. (287-331) EN3, BUSCH, EDGAR D. (274-106) CS3, WOODS, ERNEST D. (276-405) SN (CS), LARSON, VERNON L. (293-207) SN, FRANKS, CONSTANTINE J. (293-126) SN, HUFF, DALE H. (279-061) QM1, FERRELL, AUSTIN W. (266-219) RM1, WARD, THEODORE G (293-001) EN3, MURRILL, CLYDE T. (283-566) TN, LOFTON, ROBERT P. (276-644) SN, ZURCHER, JAMES C. (279-925) RM3, WEVERKA, ALFRED C. (293-155) SA, CALDERWOOD, THOMAS C. ELLICOTT, BURTON E. (287-360) FN.


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21 November 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


0000 to 0900: 0330 YOUNG, ARCHIE A (278-351) EN1 (p) returned aboard having completed temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol, Seattle, Washington. 0730 JOHN A DIRKS, CAPTAIN, USCG departed on twenty-eight (28) days annual leave.

0900 to 1600: 1116 BURTON, WILLIAM H. (289-479) SA, TONNES HANS O. (293-662) SA, MAJNARICH, BRUNO (293-301) SA., SNODGRASS, RICHARD M, (293-317) SA and WARREN, ROBERT E. (293-309) SA reported aboard for asdu from C.G. Base, Seattle, Wash in accordance with C13CGD ltr 5 Nov., 1951 file P MM/P-16-3/13. 1400 KINKAIDE, RONALD W. (264-097) RD2 reported aboard for assignment to duty in accordance with C13CGD letter dated 16 NOV, 1951 file MM/P16-4

17.45: WITHERS, JOHN W. (282-200) EN2(P) departed on T.A.D. as shore patrol in Seattle, Wash.

Noon: SEATTLE, WASH. MOORED

0000 to 09.00: 0330 YOUNG, ARCHIE A (278-351) EN1 (p) returned aboard having completed temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol, Seattle, Washington. 0730 JOHN A DIRKS, CAPTAIN, USCG departed on twenty-eight (28) days annual leave.

0900 to 16.00: 1116 BURTON, WILLIAM H. (289-479) SA, TONNES HANS O. (293-662) SA, MAJNARICH, BRUNO (293-301) SA., SNODGRASS, RICHARD M, (293-317) SA and WARREN, ROBERT E. (293-309) SA reported aboard for asdu from C.G. Base, Seattle, Wash in accordance with C13CGD ltr 5 Nov., 1951 file P MM/P-16-3/13. 1400 KINKAIDE, RONALD W. (264-097) RD2 reported aboard for assignment to duty in accordance with C13CGD letter dated 16 NOV, 1951 file MM/P16-4


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22 November 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Pier 91, Seattle


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23 November 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


Noon: Pier 91, Seattle


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24 November 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


02.25: HOWARD, SAMUEL W. (289-887) BT1 returned aboard having completed temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol, Seattle, Washington.

11.00: Liberty expired for the second section - all returned on time except FERRELL, AUSTIN W. (266-219) RM1 (P)

18.15: LOFTON, ROBERT P. (276-644) GM3 (P) departed on T.A.D. as shore patrol in Seattle, Wash.

Noon: MOORED SEATTLE, WASHINGTON

Noon: MOORED. SEATTLE, WASHINGTON


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25 November 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


02.20: LOFTON, ROBERT P. (276-644) GM3 (P) returned from T.A.D. as shore patrol in Seattle, Wash.

19.05: MADEIROS, ALBERT P. (208-694) DC1 departed on temporary additional duty at Shore Patrol headquarters Seattle Washington.

Noon: MOORED SEATTLE, WASHINGTON

Noon: MOORED. SEATTLE, WASHINGTON


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26 November 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


00.35: MADEIROS, ALBERT P. (208-694) DC1 reported aboard from temporary additional duty at shore patrol headquarters, Seattle.

07.00: CGC KLAMATH unmooring from pier 90 was caught by force 4 South wind and broached into starboard bow causing minor dents between frames 7 and 12 approximately two (2) feet below main deck level and one dent at frame eight (8) approximately one and one-half (1.5) feet above main deck level.

0900 to 1600: 1125 Commanding Officer held mast in the case of RYAN, RICHARD R. (273-722) SN charged with shirking duty, awarded two (2) weeks deprevation of privileges. 1130 ASHWORTH, CARMAN (261-693) EN1 returned aboard from thirty (30) days leave on time. 1230 KIDNER, THRMON C. (279-944) advanced in rating from ET2 to ET1 (P) effective 16 November 1951 authority H/L dated 13 NOVEMBER 1951 file PE-1 M and article 561(1) CG Regulations. 1325 KELLY, JOSEPH R. (285-189) advanced in rating from CS3 to CS2 (P) effective 16 NOVEMBER 1951 authority H/L 2 NOVEMBER 1951 file PE-1 MM and article 561(1) CG Regulations. MURIEKES, WILLIAM J. (226-365) advanced in rating from DC2 to DC1 (P) effective 16 NOVEMBER 1951 authority H/L 15 NOVEMBER 1951 file PE-1 MM and article 12-3-23 B, CG Regulations. 1533 KIDNER, THERMON C. (279-944) ET1 (p) transferred to CG Radio Station, Westport, Washington for assignment to duty, authority C13CGD letter dated 26 NOVEMBER 1951 file P16-4.

Noon: MOORED SEATTLE, WASHINGTON

19.00: CAREY, JAMES D. (288-142) RM3 departed on temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol, Seattle, Washington.

0900 to 16.00: 1125 Commanding Officer held mast in the case of RYAN, RICHARD R. (273-722) SN charged with shirking duty, awarded two (2) weeks deprevation of privileges. 1130 ASHWORTH, CARMAN (261-693) EN1 returned aboard from thirty (30) days leave on time. 1230 KIDNER, THRMON C. (279-944) advanced in rating from ET2 to ET1 (P) effective 16 November 1951 authority H/L dated 13 NOVEMBER 1951 file PE-1 M and article 561(1) CG Regulations. 1325 KELLY, JOSEPH R. (285-189) advanced in rating from CS3 to CS2 (P) effective 16 NOVEMBER 1951 authority H/L 2 NOVEMBER 1951 file PE-1 MM and article 561(1) CG Regulations. MURIEKES, WILLIAM J. (226-365) advanced in rating from DC2 to DC1 (P) effective 16 NOVEMBER 1951 authority H/L 15 NOVEMBER 1951 file PE-1 MM and article 12-3-23 B, CG Regulations. 1533 KIDNER, THERMON C. (279-944) ET1 (p) transferred to CG Radio Station, Westport, Washington for assignment to duty, authority C13CGD letter dated 26 NOVEMBER 1951 file P16-4.

Noon: MOORED. SEATTLE, WASHINGTON


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27 November 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


0000 to 0900: 0045 FERRELL, AUSTIN W. (266-219) RM1 (p) returned aboard having been absent over leave since 1100, 24 NOVEMBER 1951, a period of two (2) days, thirteen (13) hours and forty five (45) minutes. 0220 CAREY, JAMES D. (288-142) RM3 reported aboard having completed temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol, Seattle, Washington.

0900 to 1600: 1315 WRIGHT, HERBERT W. (279-535) EM1 departed for transfer to C.O. U.S.C.G.C. KOINER (WDE-431) U.S.N.S. NORFOLK, VIRGINIA for assignment to duty. Auth: C13CGD ltr 6 Nov, 1951 file MM/P16-3/13. 1330 RANDOLPH, JAYCE C. (286-725) FN (EM) departed for transfer to C.O. C.G.C. KLAMATH Seattle, Wash. for assignment to duty in accordance with C13CGD dispatch 232232Z file P16-4.

1600 to 2400: 1745 GREEN, VERNON L. (276-806) EM2 reported aboard for assignment to duty. Ref. C13CGD dispatch 2322230Z (Nov 1951) file MM P-16-4. 1830 DENTON, DENNY (N) (203-296) RM1 departed on T.A.D. as shore patrol in Seattle, Wash.

Noon: MOORED, SEATTLE WASHINGTON

0000 to 09.00: 0045 FERRELL, AUSTIN W. (266-219) RM1 (p) returned aboard having been absent over leave since 1100, 24 NOVEMBER 1951, a period of two (2) days, thirteen (13) hours and forty five (45) minutes. 0220 CAREY, JAMES D. (288-142) RM3 reported aboard having completed temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol, Seattle, Washington.

0900 to 16.00: 1315 WRIGHT, HERBERT W. (279-535) EM1 departed for transfer to C.O. U.S.C.G.C. KOINER (WDE-431) U.S.N.S. NORFOLK, VIRGINIA for assignment to duty. Auth: C13CGD ltr 6 Nov, 1951 file MM/P16-3/13. 1330 RANDOLPH, JAYCE C. (286-725) FN (EM) departed for transfer to C.O. C.G.C. KLAMATH Seattle, Wash. for assignment to duty in accordance with C13CGD dispatch 232232Z file P16-4.

Noon: MOORED,. SEATTLE WASHINGTON

1600 to 24.00: 1745 GREEN, VERNON L. (276-806) EM2 reported aboard for assignment to duty. Ref. C13CGD dispatch 2322230Z (Nov 1951) file MM P-16-4. 1830 DENTON, DENNY (N) (203-296) RM1 departed on T.A.D. as shore patrol in Seattle, Wash.


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28 November 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


02.21: DENTON, DENNY (N) (203-296) RM1 returned from T.A.D. as shore patrol in Seattle, Wash.

0900 to 1600: 1120 ANDERSON, GEORGE W. (279-196) EN1 (P) returned from four (4) days leave on time. 1320 FROTHINGHAM, ALFRED C. JR. (277-164) transferred to C13CGD for assignement to temporary additional duty. Authority C13CGD ltr. dated 27 November 1951 file MM P16-4 1400 Commanding fficer held mast in the case of FERRELL, AUSTIN W (266-219) RM1 (0), awarded awarded two (2) weeks loss of privileges. 1500 SARNO, THOMAS N (287-953) SA returned aboard from US Public Health Service Hospital.

1600 to 2400: 1900 WHALEN, KENNETH E. (266-245) RM2 departed on temporary additional duty at shore patrol headquarters, Seattle. 2100 OLSON, ORVILLE O. (225-031) RMCA (P) apprehended and in custody of US NAVY SHORE PATROL after being AWOL for a period of twelve (12) days, nine (9) hours.

Noon: MOORED SEATTLE, WASHINGTON

0900 to 16.00: 1120 ANDERSON, GEORGE W. (279-196) EN1 (P) returned from four (4) days leave on time. 1320 FROTHINGHAM, ALFRED C. JR. (277-164) transferred to C13CGD for assignement to temporary additional duty. Authority C13CGD ltr. dated 27 November 1951 file MM P16-4 1400 Commanding fficer held mast in the case of FERRELL, AUSTIN W (266-219) RM1 (0), awarded awarded two (2) weeks loss of privileges. 1500 SARNO, THOMAS N (287-953) SA returned aboard from US Public Health Service Hospital.

Noon: MOORED. SEATTLE, WASHINGTON

1600 to 24.00: 1900 WHALEN, KENNETH E. (266-245) RM2 departed on temporary additional duty at shore patrol headquarters, Seattle. 2100 OLSON, ORVILLE O. (225-031) RMCA (P) apprehended and in custody of US NAVY SHORE PATROL after being AWOL for a period of twelve (12) days, nine (9) hours.


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29 November 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


02.18: WHALEN, KENNETH E. (266-245) RM2 returned aboard from temporary additional duty at shore patrol headquarters, Seattle.

0900 to 1600: 1000 R.T. POHLAM aboard to work on loran equipment. 1026 POHLAM ashore. 1040 OLSON, Orville O. (255-031) BMCA(P) reported on board for duty from Shore Patrol Brig, Pier 91, Seattle, Washington where he had been confined for safe keeping since his arrest by Seattle Shore Patrol at 2100 28 November 1951 for being absent without leave since 1200 16 November 1951. OLSON had failed to report to the NORTHWIND or other Coast Guard authority for assignment to duty in compliance with orders containd in Commanding Officer CGC BONHAM (WSC-129) letter of 9 November 1951 File P16-4 MM. He was clean, sober, and in uniform at time of arrest. Time of absence without leave was approximately twelve (12) days and nine (9) hours. 1045 Commanding Officer held mast in the case of BISCHOF Carl F.L. (287-468) SN/CS for unauthorized use of personal property of another person. Punishment awarded: extra duty for a period of two (2) weeks. He was placed on report by LTJG F.G. KAY, USCGR. 1145 MURIEKES William J (266-365) DC2(P) reported aboard from five (5) days leave on time.

11.00: 1130 Underway in Elliott Bay to shift berths 1145 Moored starboard side berth Item Pier 91 Naval Supply Depot, Seattle, Washington.

18.35: GODWIN William F. (286-214) RM3 departed on temporary additional duty as a Shore Patrolman in Seattle, Washington.

Noon: MOORED, SEATTLE, WASHINGTON

0900 to 16.00: 1000 R.T. POHLAM aboard to work on loran equipment. 1026 POHLAM ashore. 1040 OLSON, Orville O. (255-031) BMCA(P) reported on board for duty from Shore Patrol Brig, Pier 91, Seattle, Washington where he had been confined for safe keeping since his arrest by Seattle Shore Patrol at 2100 28 November 1951 for being absent without leave since 1200 16 November 1951. OLSON had failed to report to the NORTHWIND or other Coast Guard authority for assignment to duty in compliance with orders containd in Commanding Officer CGC BONHAM (WSC-129) letter of 9 November 1951 File P16-4 MM. He was clean, sober, and in uniform at time of arrest. Time of absence without leave was approximately twelve (12) days and nine (9) hours. 1045 Commanding Officer held mast in the case of BISCHOF Carl F.L. (287-468) SN/CS for unauthorized use of personal property of another person. Punishment awarded: extra duty for a period of two (2) weeks. He was placed on report by LTJG F.G. KAY, USCGR. 1145 MURIEKES William J (266-365) DC2(P) reported aboard from five (5) days leave on time.

11.00: 1130 Underway in Elliott Bay to shift berths. 1145 Moored starboard side berth Item Pier 91 Naval Supply Depot, Seattle, Washington.

Noon: MOORED,. SEATTLE, WASHINGTON


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30 November 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


0000 to 0900: 0205 GODWIN, William F. (286-214) RM3 returned aboard from temporary additional duty as shore patrolman in Seattle, Washington. 0601 GRZEJKA Euqirniusz W. (273-737) EN2 retuned without a liberty card.

0900 to 1600: 1000 C.O. held mast in the case of OLSON, ORVILLE O. (225-031) BMC(P) for absence without leave from 1200 16 Nov., 1951 to 2400 28 Nov. 1951 and awarded as punishment a summary court martial. 1415 CHICA, DELPHINE (n) (267-213) TA, CHICA, CAMILO (n) ~~ (267-214) TA and TARARES, LOUIS JR (267-213) TA reported aboard for ASDU. Auth: C13CGD/L dated 26 Nov., 1951 file MM/P16-3/13

17.45: Fire in exhaust stack of #4 ship's service generator. Shifted to #3 ship's service generator.

18.30: WALTER, HARRY E. JR (286-645) EN3 (P) departed for T.A.D. as shore patrol in Seattle, Wash.

Noon: MOORED, SEATTLE WASHINGTON

0000 to 09.00: 0205 GODWIN, William F. (286-214) RM3 returned aboard from temporary additional duty as shore patrolman in Seattle, Washington. 0601 GRZEJKA Euqirniusz W. (273-737) EN2 retuned without a liberty card.

0900 to 16.00: 1000 C.O. held mast in the case of OLSON, ORVILLE O. (225-031) BMC(P) for absence without leave from 1200 16 Nov., 1951 to 2400 28 Nov. 1951 and awarded as punishment a summary court martial. 1415 CHICA, DELPHINE (n) (267-213) TA, CHICA, CAMILO (n) ~~ (267-214) TA and TARARES, LOUIS JR (267-213) TA reported aboard for ASDU. Auth: C13CGD/L dated 26 Nov., 1951 file MM/P16-3/13

Noon: MOORED,. SEATTLE WASHINGTON


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LOGS FOR DECEMBER 1951


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1 December 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


02.15: WALTER, HARRY E. JR (286-645) EM3(P) returned from T.A.D. as shore patrol in Seattle, Wash

0900 to 1600: 1035 HUGHTO, DONALD A. (293-143) FA returned on time from ten (10) days leave. 1310 WRIGHT, LEONARD A. (287-538) EN3(P) returned from thirty (30) days sick leave on time.

18.30: HILBY, DONALD E. (279-029) EN1 departed on temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol, Seattle, Washington.

Noon: MOORED, SEATTLE, WASHINGTON

0900 to 16.00: 1035 HUGHTO, DONALD A. (293-143) FA returned on time from ten (10) days leave. 1310 WRIGHT, LEONARD A. (287-538) EN3(P) returned from thirty (30) days sick leave on time.

Noon: MOORED,. SEATTLE, WASHINGTON


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2 December 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


02.35: HILBY, DONALD E. (279-029) EN1 completed temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol, Seattle, Washington.

18.30: BROLLIAR, JACK L. (279-405) QM1 departed on temporary additional duty at shore patrol headquarters, Seattle.

Noon: MOORED, SEATTLE, WASHINGTON

Noon: MOORED,. SEATTLE, WASHINGTON


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3 December 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


0000 to 0900: 0030 BROLLIER, JACK L. (279-405) QM1 returned aboard from temporary additional duty at shore patrol headquarters, Seattle. 0745 OVEREND, CHARLES R. (217-261) BM1 (ESG) reported aboard for assignment to duty. Auth: C13CGD letter dated 30 November, 1951 file: P16-4/mm.

13.20: ANDERSON, GEORGE W. (279-196) EN1(P) departed on five (5) days leave to expire 1200 9 December 1951.

18.30: GRAFF, George R. (279-482) BM3(P) departed for shore patrol on temporary additional duty in Seattle.

Noon: MOORED, SEATTLE, WASHINGTON

0000 to 09.00: 0030 BROLLIER, JACK L. (279-405) QM1 returned aboard from temporary additional duty at shore patrol headquarters, Seattle. 0745 OVEREND, CHARLES R. (217-261) BM1 (ESG) reported aboard for assignment to duty. Auth: C13CGD letter dated 30 November, 1951 file: P16-4/mm.

Noon: MOORED,. SEATTLE, WASHINGTON


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4 December 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


01.55: GRAFF George K. (279-482) BM3(P) completed temporary additional duty with Seattle shore patrol.

0900 to 1600: 1130 HILBY, DONALD E. (279-029) EN2 was advanced in rating to EN1 (P) effective 1 December 1951, authority H/L 15 NOVEMBER 1951, file PE-1-MM and Section 12-3-23B of Coast Guard Regulations. GRZEJKA, EUGIENIUSZ W. (273-737) EN3 was advanced in rating to EN2 (P) effective 1 DECEMBER 1951, authority H/L 15 NOVEMBER 1951 file PE-1-MM and Section 12-3-23B of Coast Guard Regulations. ATKINSON, JOHN D. (279-979) SA (SK) was advanced in rating to SN(SK) effective 1 DECEMBER 1951 authority C13CGD form 2779 dated 30 NOVEMBER 1951. WITTKE, HAROLD O. (280-974) SN (EM) was advanced in rating to EM3(P) effective 1 DECEMBER 1951, authority personnel circular 54-50. 1225 CAREY, JAMES D. (288-142) RM3 departed on thirty (30) days annual leave to expire prior 1200, 4 JANUARY 1952. 1313 FRANKS, CONSTANTINE J. (293-126) SN departed with and in charge of MATTHIS, JESSE R. (283-846) SA to Marine Inspection Office, Seattle, Washington for assignment to duty, authority C13CGD letter dated 29 NOVEMBER 1951 file MM, P16-3/13.

19.00: EVDOKIMOFF, JOHN (N) JR. (276-091) BM1(P) departed for temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol, Seattle, Washington.

Noon: MOORED SEATTLE, WASHINGTON

0900 to 16.00: 1130 HILBY, DONALD E. (279-029) EN2 was advanced in rating to EN1 (P) effective 1 December 1951, authority H/L 15 NOVEMBER 1951, file PE-1-MM and Section 12-3-23B of Coast Guard Regulations. GRZEJKA, EUGIENIUSZ W. (273-737) EN3 was advanced in rating to EN2 (P) effective 1 DECEMBER 1951, authority H/L 15 NOVEMBER 1951 file PE-1-MM and Section 12-3-23B of Coast Guard Regulations. ATKINSON, JOHN D. (279-979) SA (SK) was advanced in rating to SN(SK) effective 1 DECEMBER 1951 authority C13CGD form 2779 dated 30 NOVEMBER 1951. WITTKE, HAROLD O. (280-974) SN (EM) was advanced in rating to EM3(P) effective 1 DECEMBER 1951, authority personnel circular 54-50. 1225 CAREY, JAMES D. (288-142) RM3 departed on thirty (30) days annual leave to expire prior 1200, 4 JANUARY 1952. 1313 FRANKS, CONSTANTINE J. (293-126) SN departed with and in charge of MATTHIS, JESSE R. (283-846) SA to Marine Inspection Office, Seattle, Washington for assignment to duty, authority C13CGD letter dated 29 NOVEMBER 1951 file MM, P16-3/13.

Noon: MOORED. SEATTLE, WASHINGTON


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5 December 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


02.13: EVDOKIMOFF, JOHN (N) JR. (276-091) BM1 (P) returned aboard having completed temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol, Seattle, Washington.

0900 to 1600: 1020 OLSON, ORVILLE O. (225-031) BMC (P) tried by summary court martial No. 3-52 for absence without leave. Found guilty by plea and sentenced to be restricted to the limits of CGC NORTHWIND for a period of 30 days. 1145 GREENE, JOHN W. (276-264) GM3 returned from thirty (30) days leave on time. 1305 DENTON, DENNY (n) (203-296) RM1 departed on thirty (30) days annual leave to expire prior to 1200 5 January 1952 at Seattle, Wash. 1445 LOFTON, ROBERT P. (276-644) GM3 (P) was honorably discharged by reason of expiration of enlistment Auth: Art. 12-3-33 C.G. reg.

18.30: ASHWORTH, CARMEN (261-693) EN1 (P) departed on T.A.D. as shore patrol in Seattle, Wash.

Noon: MOORED SEATTLE, WASHINGTON

0900 to 16.00: 1020 OLSON, ORVILLE O. (225-031) BMC (P) tried by summary court martial No. 3-52 for absence without leave. Found guilty by plea and sentenced to be restricted to the limits of CGC NORTHWIND for a period of 30 days. 1145 GREENE, JOHN W. (276-264) GM3 returned from thirty (30) days leave on time. 1305 DENTON, DENNY (n) (203-296) RM1 departed on thirty (30) days annual leave to expire prior to 1200 5 January 1952 at Seattle, Wash. 1445 LOFTON, ROBERT P. (276-644) GM3 (P) was honorably discharged by reason of expiration of enlistment Auth: Art. 12-3-33 C.G. reg.

Noon: MOORED. SEATTLE, WASHINGTON


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6 December 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


02.15: ASHWORTH, CARMEN (n) (261-693) EN1 (P) returned from T.A.D. as shore patrol in Seattle, Wash.

0900 to 1600: 1012 KATICH Antone P (293-436) SN returned from fifteen (15) days leave on time. 1015 LOFTIN, Robert P. (276-644) SN reenlisted in the rating of seaman for a period of three (3) years. He was thereupon advanced to GM3 (P) Authority Articles 1-6-52 and 1-6-57 Personnel Manual. 1550 GRAFF George L. (279-482) BM3 (P) departed on nine (9) days leave to expire 1200 16 December 1951.

14.00: 1415 Underway to shift to berth How Pier 91. 1425 Moored in berth How.

1600 to 2400: 1850 FRAZER Douglass P. (276-780) FC2 departed on temporary additional duty as shore patrolman in Seattle. 2000 Enlistments of WILLIAMS, Raymond L. Jr. (260-036) EMC and DOBSON Dennis L. (279-423) SN extended for a period of twelve (12) months from this date in accordance with Alcoast 25.

Noon: MOORED, SEATTLE, WASH

0900 to 16.00: 1012 KATICH Antone P (293-436) SN returned from fifteen (15) days leave on time. 1015 LOFTIN, Robert P. (276-644) SN reenlisted in the rating of seaman for a period of three (3) years. He was thereupon advanced to GM3 (P) Authority Articles 1-6-52 and 1-6-57 Personnel Manual. 1550 GRAFF George L. (279-482) BM3 (P) departed on nine (9) days leave to expire 1200 16 December 1951.

Noon: MOORED,. SEATTLE, WASH

1600 to 24.00: 1850 FRAZER Douglass P. (276-780) FC2 departed on temporary additional duty as shore patrolman in Seattle. 2000 Enlistments of WILLIAMS, Raymond L. Jr. (260-036) EMC and DOBSON Dennis L. (279-423) SN extended for a period of twelve (12) months from this date in accordance with Alcoast 25.


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7 December 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


02.20: FRAZER Douglass P. (276-780) FC2 returned from temporary additional duty in Seattle.

0900 to 1200: 1015 JOHNSON, RICHARD C JR. (282-752) FA returned from thirty (30) days leave on time. 1020 EASTON, HARRY S. (277-163) SA placed on report by GODWIN, WILLIAM F. (286-214) RM3, master at arms for sleeping in after Revellie. 1045 GORDON W. BROCKWAY, 4239 LTJG, USCG departed ship in accordance with C.O. CGC WACHUSETT LETTER dated twenty Five (25) october, 1951, endorsement ten (10).

1200 to 1600: 1255 BLUM, ARTHUR A. (290-196) SN departed ship for US Public Health Service Hospital for out-patient treatment. 1325 ZURCHER, JAMES C. (279-925) RM3 transferred this date to Westport C.G. station, Westport, Washington. Auth: C13CGD order #131489 file MM/P16-4. 1540 BLUM, ARTHUR A. (290-196) SN returned from U.S. Public Health Service Hospital.

Noon: MOORED SEATTLE, WASHINGTON

18.45: OVEREND, CHARLES R. (217-261) BM1 (ESG) departed on temporary additional duty at Shore Patrol headquarters, Seattle.

0900 to 12.00: 1015 JOHNSON, RICHARD C JR. (282-752) FA returned from thirty (30) days leave on time. 1020 EASTON, HARRY S. (277-163) SA placed on report by GODWIN, WILLIAM F. (286-214) RM3, master at arms for sleeping in after Revellie. 1045 GORDON W. BROCKWAY, 4239 LTJG, USCG departed ship in accordance with C.O. CGC WACHUSETT LETTER dated twenty Five (25) october, 1951, endorsement ten (10).

Noon: MOORED. SEATTLE, WASHINGTON

1200 to 16.00: 1255 BLUM, ARTHUR A. (290-196) SN departed ship for US Public Health Service Hospital for out-patient treatment. 1325 ZURCHER, JAMES C. (279-925) RM3 transferred this date to Westport C.G. station, Westport, Washington. Auth: C13CGD order #131489 file MM/P16-4. 1540 BLUM, ARTHUR A. (290-196) SN returned from U.S. Public Health Service Hospital.


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8 December 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


0000 to 0900: 0255 OVEREND, CHARLES R. (217-261) BM1 (ESG) returned aboard from temporary additional duty at shore patrol headquarters, Seattle. 0420 CHICO, CAMILO JR. (267-214) TA returned aboard from authorized liberty and reported loss of liberty card. Received treatment for head injury, acquired in automobile accident, at U.S. Public Health Service Hospital. 0605 STENSLAND, HOWARD M. (287-503) FN reported aboard from temporary additional duty at U.S.C.G. training detachment, Port Chicago, Calif. auth: HLPE-2, 10/5/51 file MM/P16-3 #74-555675.

0900 to 1600: 1100 Liberty expired for the 1st Section with all hands having returned on time except BUSH, EDGAR (N) (274-106) CS3 who at 0100 this date was admitted to the U.S. Public Health Service Hospital for treatment of injuries received in automobile accident. 1120 McCLAY, LEROY F. (278-739) EN2 reported aboard for resumption of duty having completed temporary additional duty at Damage Control Training Center, Treasure Island, California and Coast Guard Training Detachment, Port Chicago, California in accordance with Order #514238, CGC NORTHWIND dated 1 NOVEMBER 1951. 1245 WHITE, RICHARD H. (287-739) SN and HURLEY, DONALD E. (291-293) SA reported aboard for resumption of duties having completed training and travel under same basic order #514238 as logged for McCLAY. 1400 CHICA, CAMILO JR. (267-214) TA placed in light duty status by U.S. Public Health Service Hospital pending examination of X-rays taken this date for suspected frontal skull fracture sustained in automobile accident with BUSH as previously logged. 1415 LAUGHLIN, RICHARD D. (290-444) SN, MILLS, DANIEL G. (293-054) SA and CANNON, ROBERT W. (293-165) SA reported aboard for resumption of duty having completed training and travel under same basic order #514238 as previously logged for McCLAY. 1515 ALVAREZ, ROBERT (N) (276-881) SN reported aboard for resumption of duty having completed training and travel under same basic order #514238 as previously logged for McCLAY.

Noon: MOORED, SEATTLE, WASHINGTON

1600 to 2400: 1730 MURIEKES, WILLIAM J. (226-365) DC1 (P) departed for temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol, Seattle, Washington. 2400 MADDOX, JAMES D. (279-597) BM3 (P) failed to report aboard having completed temporary additional duty and travel under basic order #514238 as previously logged for McCLAY, due to having been admintted to U.S. Public Health Service Hospital at 0500 this date for observation and treatment of injuries received while enroute. WRIGHT, CURTIS G. (293-408) SA placed on report by LTJG. F.G. KAY, for failing to report aboard prior to 2400 this date in accordance with basic order #514238 as previously logged for McCLAY having completed temporary additional duty and travel.

0000 to 09.00: 0255 OVEREND, CHARLES R. (217-261) BM1 (ESG) returned aboard from temporary additional duty at shore patrol headquarters, Seattle. 0420 CHICO, CAMILO JR. (267-214) TA returned aboard from authorized liberty and reported loss of liberty card. Received treatment for head injury, acquired in automobile accident, at U.S. Public Health Service Hospital. 0605 STENSLAND, HOWARD M. (287-503) FN reported aboard from temporary additional duty at U.S.C.G. training detachment, Port Chicago, Calif. auth: HLPE-2, 10/5/51 file MM/P16-3 #74-555675.

0900 to 16.00: 1100 Liberty expired for the 1st Section with all hands having returned on time except BUSH, EDGAR (N) (274-106) CS3 who at 0100 this date was admitted to the U.S. Public Health Service Hospital for treatment of injuries received in automobile accident. 1120 McCLAY, LEROY F. (278-739) EN2 reported aboard for resumption of duty having completed temporary additional duty at Damage Control Training Center, Treasure Island, California and Coast Guard Training Detachment, Port Chicago, California in accordance with Order #514238, CGC NORTHWIND dated 1 NOVEMBER 1951. 1245 WHITE, RICHARD H. (287-739) SN and HURLEY, DONALD E. (291-293) SA reported aboard for resumption of duties having completed training and travel under same basic order #514238 as logged for McCLAY. 1400 CHICA, CAMILO JR. (267-214) TA placed in light duty status by U.S. Public Health Service Hospital pending examination of X-rays taken this date for suspected frontal skull fracture sustained in automobile accident with BUSH as previously logged. 1415 LAUGHLIN, RICHARD D. (290-444) SN, MILLS, DANIEL G. (293-054) SA and CANNON, ROBERT W. (293-165) SA reported aboard for resumption of duty having completed training and travel under same basic order #514238 as previously logged for McCLAY. 1515 ALVAREZ, ROBERT (N) (276-881) SN reported aboard for resumption of duty having completed training and travel under same basic order #514238 as previously logged for McCLAY.

Noon: MOORED,. SEATTLE, WASHINGTON

1600 to 24.00: 1730 MURIEKES, WILLIAM J. (226-365) DC1 (P) departed for temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol, Seattle, Washington. 2400 MADDOX, JAMES D. (279-597) BM3 (P) failed to report aboard having completed temporary additional duty and travel under basic order #514238 as previously logged for McCLAY, due to having been admintted to U.S. Public Health Service Hospital at 0500 this date for observation and treatment of injuries received while enroute. WRIGHT, CURTIS G. (293-408) SA placed on report by LTJG. F.G. KAY, for failing to report aboard prior to 2400 this date in accordance with basic order #514238 as previously logged for McCLAY having completed temporary additional duty and travel.


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9 December 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


02.25: MURIEKES, WILLIAM J. (226-365) DC1 (P) returned aboard having completed temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol, Seattle, Washington.

18.30: DANIELS JOE E. (274-995) SK3(P) departed on T.A.D. as shore patrol in Seattle, Wash.

Noon: MOORED, SEATTLE, WASHINGTON

Noon: MOORED,. SEATTLE, WASHINGTON


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10 December 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


00.25: DANIELS, JOE E. (274-995) SK3 (P) returned from T.A.D. as shore patrol in Seattle, Wash.

0900 to 1600: 0940 LUIS, FILEMON M. (106-554) SD1 departed on twenty-five (25) days leave to expire 1200, 5 January 1952. 0945 HILBY, DONALD E. (279-029) EN1 (P) departed on ten (10) days leave to expire 1200, 21 December 1951. 1130 CO held mast in the case of McCLAY, LEROY F. (278-739) EN2 awarded: Excused. 1331 CO held mast in the case of BISCHOF, CARL F.L. (287-468) SN (CS). awarded: Twelve (12) hours extra duty to be completed at the rate of two (2) hours per day for a period of six (6) days. 1515 LT. ROBERT D. FULLER, 4259, USCG returned from temporary additional duty at WCSTS, U.S. Fleet Sonar School, San Diego, Calif. in accordance with C13CGD order #511022 dated 19 November, 1951 file P16-4/00 ltr WC 37/60.

1600 to 2400: 1610 MADDOX, JAMES D (279-597) RM3 reported aboard from U.S. Public Health Service Hospital, Seattle, for resumption of duties. CG hospital discharge form CG #1. 1730 LOFTON, ROBERT P. (276-844) GM3 (P) departed ship for temporary additional duty at shore patrol, Headquarters, Seattle.

Noon: MOORED, SEATTLE, WASHINGTON

0900 to 16.00: 0940 LUIS, FILEMON M. (106-554) SD1 departed on twenty-five (25) days leave to expire 1200, 5 January 1952. 0945 HILBY, DONALD E. (279-029) EN1 (P) departed on ten (10) days leave to expire 1200, 21 December 1951. 1130 CO held mast in the case of McCLAY, LEROY F. (278-739) EN2 awarded: Excused. 1331 CO held mast in the case of BISCHOF, CARL F.L. (287-468) SN (CS). awarded: Twelve (12) hours extra duty to be completed at the rate of two (2) hours per day for a period of six (6) days. 1515 LT. ROBERT D. FULLER, 4259, USCG returned from temporary additional duty at WCSTS, U.S. Fleet Sonar School, San Diego, Calif. in accordance with C13CGD order #511022 dated 19 November, 1951 file P16-4/00 ltr WC 37/60.

Noon: MOORED,. SEATTLE, WASHINGTON

1600 to 24.00: 1610 MADDOX, JAMES D (279-597) RM3 reported aboard from U.S. Public Health Service Hospital, Seattle, for resumption of duties. CG hospital discharge form CG #1. 1730 LOFTON, ROBERT P. (276-844) GM3 (P) departed ship for temporary additional duty at shore patrol, Headquarters, Seattle.


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11 December 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


02.10: LOFTON, ROBERT P. (276-644) GM3 (P) returned from temporary additional duty at shore patrol headquarters, Seattle.

0900 to 1600: 1300 DESHONE, JAMES A. (288-717) SA departed on twenty-five (25) days annual leave to expire at 1200, 6 January 1952 1330 BUSH, EDGAR (N) (274-106) CS3 released from inpatient treatment at U.S. Public Health Service Hospital. 1400 SCHNASE, RICHARD A. (279-794) ET3 reported aboard for assignment to duty as per C13CGD/L dated 7 December 1951, file MM/P16-4. 1415 SPEER, HARLAND D. (293-214) FA, transferred to CGC WHITE BUSH (WAGL-542), Astoria, Oregon for assignment to duty, authority C13CGD/L, 29 November 1951 file MM/P16-3/13 and C.O., CGC NORTHWIND letter 11 December 1951 file P16-4, order #131487.

18.30: WRIGHT, LEONARD A. (287-538) EN3 (P) departed for temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol, Seattle, Washington

Noon: Moored Pier 91 Seattle Wash.

0900 to 16.00: 1300 DESHONE, JAMES A. (288-717) SA departed on twenty-five (25) days annual leave to expire at 1200, 6 January 1952 1330 BUSH, EDGAR (N) (274-106) CS3 released from inpatient treatment at U.S. Public Health Service Hospital. 1400 SCHNASE, RICHARD A. (279-794) ET3 reported aboard for assignment to duty as per C13CGD/L dated 7 December 1951, file MM/P16-4. 1415 SPEER, HARLAND D. (293-214) FA, transferred to CGC WHITE BUSH (WAGL-542), Astoria, Oregon for assignment to duty, authority C13CGD/L, 29 November 1951 file MM/P16-3/13 and C.O., CGC NORTHWIND letter 11 December 1951 file P16-4, order #131487.

Noon: Moored Pier 91. Seattle Wash.


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12 December 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


02.15: WRIGHT, LENARD A. (287-538) EN3 (P) returned aboard having completed temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol, Seattle, Washington.

1600 to 2400: 1830 WOODS, ELMER L (276-265) ET1 (P) departed on temporary duty as shore patrol Seattle. 2230 BROOKS, EVERETT N. (266-959) CS2 U.S.C.G. deserter from the U.S. Coast Guard delivered to this unit for safe keeping from Commander 2nd Coast Guard District as per orders. 10 December 1951 P16-4/MM and confined for safe-keeping.

Noon: Moored Pier 91 Seattle Wash.

Noon: Moored Pier 91. Seattle Wash.

1600 to 24.00: 1830 WOODS, ELMER L (276-265) ET1 (P) departed on temporary duty as shore patrol Seattle. 2230 BROOKS, EVERETT N. (266-959) CS2 U.S.C.G. deserter from the U.S. Coast Guard delivered to this unit for safe keeping from Commander 2nd Coast Guard District as per orders. 10 December 1951 P16-4/MM and confined for safe-keeping.


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13 December 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


02.17: WOODS, ELMER L. (276-265) ET1 (P) returned from temporary duty as shore patrol Seattle.

0900 to 1600: 0910 HANKINS, IRVIN (n) (298-316) TA, SMITH, VONNIE (n) (298-268) TA and BRYANT, ALVIN (n) (298-310) TA departed for transfer to C.O. 1st CGD Boston, Mass. for assignment to duty. Auth: ltr. 27 Nov., 1951 MM/P16-4 order no. 515018. 1130 GRAFF, GEORGE L. (279-482) BM3 (P) granted twenty one (21) days extension of leave to expire prior to 1200 6 Jan, 1952 on board at Seattle, Wash.

1600 to 2400: 1655 BROOKS, EVERETT N. (266-959) CS2 departed for C.G. Base Seattle, Wash. with MURIEKES, WILLIAM J. (266-365) DC1 (P) as armed guard in compliance of CCGD13 dispatch 132345Z December 1951. 1830 MADDOX, JAMES D. (279-597) BM3 (P) departed on T.A.D. as shore patrol in Seattle, Wash.

Noon: Moored Pier 91 Seattle

0900 to 16.00: 0910 HANKINS, IRVIN (n) (298-316) TA, SMITH, VONNIE (n) (298-268) TA and BRYANT, ALVIN (n) (298-310) TA departed for transfer to C.O. 1st CGD Boston, Mass. for assignment to duty. Auth: ltr. 27 Nov., 1951 MM/P16-4 order no. 515018. 1130 GRAFF, GEORGE L. (279-482) BM3 (P) granted twenty one (21) days extension of leave to expire prior to 1200 6 Jan, 1952 on board at Seattle, Wash.

Noon: Moored Pier 91. Seattle

1600 to 24.00: 1655 BROOKS, EVERETT N. (266-959) CS2 departed for C.G. Base Seattle, Wash. with MURIEKES, WILLIAM J. (266-365) DC1 (P) as armed guard in compliance of CCGD13 dispatch 132345Z December 1951. 1830 MADDOX, JAMES D. (279-597) BM3 (P) departed on T.A.D. as shore patrol in Seattle, Wash.


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14 December 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


0000 to 0900: 0246 MADDOX, JAMES D. (279-597) BM3 (P) returned from T.A.D. with shore patrol in Seattle, Wash. 0630 BISCHOF, CARL R.L. (287-468) SN (CS) failed to return from messman liberty.

11.30: FRASER, DOUGLAS P. (276-780) FC2 departed ship on twenty-one (21) days annual leave to expire prior to 1200, 5 January 1952.

18.00: MURIEKES, WILLIAM J. (266-365) DC1 (P) departed on temporary additional duty at shore patrol headquarters, Seattle.

Noon: Moored Pier 91 Seattle

0000 to 09.00: 0246 MADDOX, JAMES D. (279-597) BM3 (P) returned from T.A.D. with shore patrol in Seattle, Wash. 0630 BISCHOF, CARL R.L. (287-468) SN (CS) failed to return from messman liberty.

Noon: Moored Pier. 91 Seattle


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15 December 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


02.15: MURIEKES, WILLIAM J. (266-365) DC1 (P) returned from temporary additional duty at shore patrol headquarters, Seattle.

1600 to 2400: 1815 GREEN, VERNON L (276-806) EN2 departed on temporary duty as shore patrol Seattle. 1830 BISCHOF, CARL (287-468) (SN CS) returned on board in proper uniform having been absent without leave since 0630 14 December 1951 a period of thirty-six (36) hours.

Noon: Moored Pier 91 Seattle

Noon: Moored Pier 91. Seattle

1600 to 24.00: 1815 GREEN, VERNON L (276-806) EN2 departed on temporary duty as shore patrol Seattle. 1830 BISCHOF, CARL (287-468) (SN CS) returned on board in proper uniform having been absent without leave since 0630 14 December 1951 a period of thirty-six


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16 December 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


18.45: McClay, LEROY F. (278-739) EN2 departed for temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol, Seattle, Washington.

Noon: Moored Pier 91 Seattle

Noon: Moored Pier. 91. Seattle


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17 December 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


00.10: McCLAY, LEROY F. (278-739) EN2 returned aboard having completed temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol, Seatte Washington.

0900 to 1600: 1035 RODRIGUES, HENRY (n) (267-729) TA reported aboard for duty in accordance with Comdr. 13th CG district letter 12 Dec., 1951 file PMM/P16-3/13 1345 Held C.O. mast in the case of BISCHOF CARL P.L. (287-468) SN(CS) and awarded C.O. non judicial punishment of two (2) weeks restriction Offense A.O.L. a period of thirty six (36) hours.

1600 to 2400: 1611 HURLEY, DONALD E. (291-293) SA. departed on 30 days leave to expire 1200 17 January, 1952 on board. 1625 STENSLAND, HOWARD (287-503) FN admitted to Marine Hospital 17 Dec, 1951 at 1055 diagonsis - circumcision 1840 GREENE, JOHN W. (276-264) GM3 (P) departed on T.A.D. with shore patrol in Seattle, Wash. 2130 ENS. LAMBERT J. LARSON USCG reported aboard for assignment to duty. Auth ~~~-6 HQ/L (Pa) 15 May 1951 (P16-4/00 order no 511375 Ltr dated 17 Dec, 1951 00/P16-4

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Noon: Moored Pier 91 Seattle

0900 to 16.00: 1035 RODRIGUES, HENRY (n) (267-729) TA reported aboard for duty in accordance with Comdr. 13th CG district letter 12 Dec., 1951 file PMM/P16-3/13 1345 Held C.O. mast in the case of BISCHOF CARL P.L. (287-468) SN(CS) and awarded C.O. non judicial punishment of two (2) weeks restriction Offense A.O.L. a period of thirty six (36) hours.

Noon: Moored Pier. 91 Seattle


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18 December 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


0000 to 0900: 0205 GREENE, JOHN W. (276-264) GM3 (P) reported aboard after having completed T.A.D. with shore patrol in Seattle, Wash. 0745 Liberty expired for the second and third sections. All returned on time except FOULK, JOHN E. (279-716) SN.

0900 to 1600: 0905 ENS DONALD G. SMITH (4712) USCG reported aboard for temporary duty (Engineering training) auth: C13CGD ltr 17 December 1951 file oo/P16-4. 1005 the following men departed on thirty (30) days leave to expire prior to 1200, 18 January 1952: ST JOHN, JAMES R (288-246) SN; CARLSON EDWARD C. (286-999) FN; McCLAY, LEROY F (278-739) EN2; VIGIL, RAFAEL N. (277-562) EN3. 1110 WOODS, ELMER L. (276-625) ET1 placed in no duty status by reason of Common Cold and elevated temperature. 1130 MORTENSEN, CARL M. (26605) MACH. departed on ten (10) days leave to expire prior to 1200, 29 December, 1951. 1240 MONOSKI, ROBERT J. (294-009) SN departed on thirty (30) days leave to expire prior to 1200, 18 January 1952. 1410 WRIGHT, CURTIS G. (293-408) SA returned aboard in proper uniform having been AWOL for a period of nine (9) days, fourteen (14) hours, and ten (10) minutes. 1413 ENS JOHN E. HOGAN JR. (39670) USCGR reported aboard for assignment to duty. Auth: Headquarters ltr dated 21 November, 1951 file: PO P16-4/00.

19.00: WITHERS, JOHN W. (282-200) EN2 (P) departed on temporary additional duty to shore patrol headquarters Seattle, Washington.

Noon: Moored Pier 91 Seattle

0000 to 09.00: 0205 GREENE, JOHN W. (276-264) GM3 (P) reported aboard after having completed T.A.D. with shore patrol in Seattle, Wash. 0745 Liberty expired for the second and third sections. All returned on time except FOULK, JOHN E. (279-716) SN.

0900 to 16.00: 0905 ENS DONALD G. SMITH (4712) USCG reported aboard for temporary duty (Engineering training) auth: C13CGD ltr 17 December 1951 file oo/P16-4. 1005 the following men departed on thirty (30) days leave to expire prior to 1200, 18 January 19.52: ST JOHN, JAMES R (288-246) SN; CARLSON EDWARD C. 1110 WOODS, ELMER L. (276-625) ET1 placed in no duty status by reason of Common Cold and elevated temperature. 1130 MORTENSEN, CARL M. (26605) MACH. departed on ten (10) days leave to expire prior to 1200, 29 December, 1951. 1240 MONOSKI, ROBERT J. (294-009) SN departed on thirty (30) days leave to expire prior to 1200, 18 January 1952. 1410 WRIGHT, CURTIS G. (293-408) SA returned aboard in proper uniform having been AWOL for a period of nine (9) days, fourteen (14) hours, and ten (10) minutes. 1413 ENS JOHN E. HOGAN JR. (39670) USCGR reported aboard for assignment to duty. Auth: Headquarters ltr dated 21 November, 1951 file: PO P16-4/00.

Noon: Moored Pier. 91 Seattle


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19 December 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


0000 to 0900: 0145 FOULK, JOHN E. (279-716) SN reported aboard having been AWOL for a period of eighteen (18) hours. 0210 WITHERS, JOHN W. (282-200) EN2 (P) returned aboard from temporary additional duty at shore patrol headquarters, Seattle. 0500 MATTHEWS, JACK E (290-402) FN departed on twenty (20) days leave to expiree prior to 1200, 10 January 1952. 0745 Liberty party returned on time with the exception of PARRISH, JACK D (276-954) FN and YOUNG, ARCHIE A. (278-351) EN1 (P).

0900 to 1600: 0920 PARRISH, JACK D (276-954) FN returned on board having been absent without leave for a period of one (1) hour and thirty five (35) minutes. 1045 Commanding Officer held mast in the case of WRIGHT Curtis A (293-408) SA for offence noted in the log of 18 December 1951 and awarded non-judicial punishment of loss of privileges for two weeks. 1300 YOUNG, ARCHIE A. (278-351) EN1 (P) returned aboard having been absent without leave for a period of five (5) hours and fifteen (15) minutes. HALIW, HARRY J M. (206-711) SA departed on (30) thirty days leave to expire prior to 1200 19 January 1952. 1330 WHITE, RICHARD H. (287-739) SA departed on nineteen (19) days leave to expire prior to 1200 8 January 1951.

15.00: 1515 Underway shifting berths to pier 90 at various courses 1537 Moored stbd side to berth 5 Pier 90 Naval Supply depot Seattle

18.35: SCHNASE, RICHARD A. (279-794) ET3 departed on temporary duty as shore patrol Seattle

Noon: Pier 91 Seattle

0000 to 09.00: 0145 FOULK, JOHN E. (279-716) SN reported aboard having been AWOL for a period of eighteen (18) hours. 0210 WITHERS, JOHN W. (282-200) EN2 (P) returned aboard from temporary additional duty at shore patrol headquarters, Seattle. 0500 MATTHEWS, JACK E (290-402) FN departed on twenty (20) days leave to expiree prior to 1200, 10 January 1952. 0745 Liberty party returned on time with the exception of PARRISH, JACK D (276-954) FN and YOUNG, ARCHIE A. (278-351) EN1 (P).

0900 to 16.00: 0920 PARRISH, JACK D (276-954) FN returned on board having been absent without leave for a period of one (1) hour and thirty five (35) minutes. 1045 Commanding Officer held mast in the case of WRIGHT Curtis A (293-408) SA for offence noted in the log of 18 December 1951 and awarded non-judicial punishment of loss of privileges for two weeks. 1300 YOUNG, ARCHIE A. (278-351) EN1 (P) returned aboard having been absent without leave for a period of five (5) hours and fifteen (15) minutes. HALIW, HARRY J M. (206-711) SA departed on (30) thirty days leave to expire prior to 1200 19 January 1952. 1330 WHITE, RICHARD H. (287-739) SA departed on nineteen (19) days leave to expire prior to 1200 8 January 1951.

15.00: 1515 Underway shifting berths to pier 90 at various courses. 1537 Moored stbd side to berth 5 Pier 90 Naval Supply depot Seattle


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20 December 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


0000 to 0900: 0005 The following men departed on twenty (20) days leave to expire prior to 1200 January 10, 1952 BLUM, ARTHUR A. (290-196) SN, MADRIERES, JEAN A. (290-204) SN, and SARNO THOMAS N. (287-953) S.A. 0331 SCHNASE, RICHARD A. (279-794) ET3 reported aboard from temporary duty a shore patrol seattle.

0900 to 1600: 1100 GSHWEND, GOTTLIB (N) (290-448) SA; LAUGHLIN, RICHARD D. (290-444) SN and NIELSEN, NORMAN C. 9290-445) SN departed for fifteen (15) days annual leave to expire prior 1200, 5 January, 1952. 1250 RYAN, RICHARD D. (273-722) SN and WYCKOFF, JAMES E. (277-976) RD3 departed on thirty (30) days annual leave to expire prior 1200, 20 January 1952. ALLEN, PLINY L. (293-540) SN departed for fifteen (15) days annual leave to expire prior 5 January, 1952.

15.43: under way at various courses

Noon: Pier 91 Seattle

16.00: Underway in Elliott Bay shifting berth from Pier 90 to Pier 91. 1610 Moored starboard side to Berth MIKE, U.S. Naval Supply Depot, Seattle, Washington.

1600 to 2400: 1755 HOFFMAN, PETER A. (279-994) SN departed on twelve (12) days annual leave to expire at 1200, 2 January 1952. 1815 WARD, THEODORE ~ (293-001) EN3 (P) departed for temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol, Seattle Washington.

10.30: JOHN A. DIRKS, CAPTAIN, USCG (1251), Commanding Officer, returned aboard on time from twenty-eight (28) days annual leave.

0000 to 09.00: 0005 The following men departed on twenty (20) days leave to expire prior to 1200 January 10, 1952 BLUM, ARTHUR A. (290-196) SN, MADRIERES, JEAN A. 0331 SCHNASE, RICHARD A. (279-794) ET3 reported aboard from temporary duty a shore patrol seattle.

0900 to 16.00: 1100 GSHWEND, GOTTLIB (N) (290-448) SA; LAUGHLIN, RICHARD D. (290-444) SN and NIELSEN, NORMAN C. 9290-445) SN departed for fifteen (15) days annual leave to expire prior 1200, 5 January, 1952. 1250 RYAN, RICHARD D. (273-722) SN and WYCKOFF, JAMES E. (277-976) RD3 departed on thirty (30) days annual leave to expire prior 1200, 20 January 1952. ALLEN, PLINY L. (293-540) SN departed for fifteen (15) days annual leave to expire prior 5 January, 1952.

Noon: Pier 91. Seattle

1600 to 24.00: 1755 HOFFMAN, PETER A. (279-994) SN departed on twelve (12) days annual leave to expire at 1200, 2 January 1952. 1815 WARD, THEODORE ~ (293-001) EN3 (P) departed for temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol, Seattle Washington.


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21 December 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


02.00: WARD, THEODORE G. (293-001) EN3 (P) returned aboard having completed temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol, Seattle, Washington.

0900 to 1600: 1159 HILBY, DONALD E. (279-029) EN1 (P) returned from ten (10) days leave. 1300 C.O. held mast in the cases of the following men and awarded non-judicial punishment as indicated: FOULK, JOHN E. (279-716) SN absence over leave - awarded two (2) weeks extra police duties; PARRISH, JACK D (276-954) FN absence over leave - awarded five (5) days extra police duties, YOUNG, ARCHIE A. (278-351) EN1 (P) absence over leave awarded ten (10) days loss of privileges. 1430 PETERSON, VERN R. (293-147) FA departed on twelve (12) days annual leave to expire 1200 3 January, 1952. 1500 STENSLAND, HOWARD M. (287-503) FN reported aboard from inpatient treatment at U.S. Public Health Service Hospital.

1600 to 2400: 1601 STENSLAND, HOWARD M. (287-503) FN departed on eight (8) days sick leave to expire 1200 29 Dec 1951 1830 DANIELS, JOE G (274-995) SK3 (P) departed on T.A.D. with shore patrol in Seattle, Wash.

Noon: Moored Pier 91 Seattle

0900 to 16.00: 1159 HILBY, DONALD E. (279-029) EN1 (P) returned from ten (10) days leave. 1300 C.O. held mast in the cases of the following men and awarded non-judicial punishment as indicated: FOULK, JOHN E. leave - awarded five (5) days extra police duties, YOUNG, ARCHIE A. (278-351) EN1 (P) absence over leave awarded ten (10) days loss of privileges. 1430 PETERSON, VERN R. (293-147) FA departed on twelve (12) days annual leave to expire 1200 3 January, 1952. 1500 STENSLAND, HOWARD M. (287-503) FN reported aboard from inpatient treatment at U.S. Public Health Service Hospital.

Noon: Moored Pier. 91 Seattle

1600 to 24.00: 1601 STENSLAND, HOWARD M. (287-503) FN departed on eight (8) days sick leave to expire 1200 29 Dec 1951 1830 DANIELS, JOE G (274-995) SK3 (P) departed on T.A.D. with shore patrol in Seattle, Wash.


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22 December 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


0000 TO 0900: 0215 DANIELS, JOE G. (274-995) SK3 (P) returned from T.A.D. as shore patrol in Seattle, Wash. 0830 Ens. Jerold R. Garber departed on ten (10) days leave to expire 1200 - 2 January, 1952.

09.30: FRY, PERCY A. (293-193) FN departed on ten (10) days annual leave to expire prior to 1200 2 January 1952.

1600 to 2400: 1600 BAADY, FRANK E. (100-389) CSC departed on thirty (30) days annual leave to expire prior to 1200 22 January 1952. 1800 BISHOF CARL FL. (SN CS) (287-468) completed two (2) hours extra police duties. 1830 MADEIROS ALBERT P (208-694) DC1 departed on temporary duty as shore patrol Seattle

Noon: Pier 91 Seattle

0000 TO 09.00: 0215 DANIELS, JOE G. (274-995) SK3 (P) returned from T.A.D. as shore patrol in Seattle, Wash. 0830 Ens. Jerold R. Garber departed on ten (10) days leave to expire 1200 - 2 January, 1952.

Noon: Pier 91. Seattle

1600 to 24.00: 1600 BAADY, FRANK E. (100-389) CSC departed on thirty (30) days annual leave to expire prior to 1200 22 January 1952. 1800 BISHOF CARL FL. (SN CS) (287-468) completed two (2) hours extra police duties. 1830 MADEIROS ALBERT P (208-694) DC1 departed on temporary duty as shore patrol Seattle


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23 December 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


02.30: MADEIROS ALBERT P (208-694) DC1 returned from temporary duty as shore patrol Seattle

12.15: LT. ROBERT D. FULLER departed on three (3) days annual leave to expire prior 1200, 27 December 1951.

18.35: HOWARD, SAMUEL W. (259-887) BT1 departed on temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol, Seattle, Washington.

Noon: Pier 91, Seattle, WN.


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24 December 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


00.30: HOWARD, SAMUEL W. (259-887) BT1 returned aboard having completed temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol, Seattle, Washington.

11.00: TOEPKE, CHARLES A. (279-818) FN departed on eight (8) days annual leave to expire at 1200 3 January 1952. PARRASH, JACK D. (276-954) FN completed two (2) hours extra police duty.

18.30: BROLLIAR, JACK L. (279-405) QM1 departed the ship for TAD with shore patrol in Seattle, Wash.

Noon: PIER 91, SEATTLE, WN.

Noon: PIER 91,. SEATTLE, WN.


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25 December 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


02.20: BROLLIAR, JACK L. (279-405) QM1 returned from TAD with shore patrol in Seattle, Washington.

18.40: FERRELL, AUSTIN W. (266-219) RM1 (P) departed on T.A.D. with shore patrol in Seattle, Wash.

Noon: PIER 91, SEATTLE, WN.


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26 December 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


02.30: FERRELL, AUSTIN W. (266-219) RM1 (P) returned from T.A.D. with shore patrol in Seattle, Wash.

12.15: CGC Clover moored berth King Pier 91.

0900 to 1600: 1200 CAPTAIN JOHN ARMSTRONG DIRKS (1251) USCG this date executed oath of office upon acceptance of permanent appointment as CAPTAIN to rank as such from 10 February, 1950. 1415 GREEN, JOHN W. (276-264) GM3 (P) transferred to CGC Clover for temporary additional duty in accordance with verbal orders CQ13CGD this date.

1600 to 2400: 1810 HILBY DONALD E. (279-029) EN1 departed ship for temporary additional duty with Seattle shore patrol. 2000 BISCHOF, CARL F. (287-468) SN is not fit for duty for two (2) days; then fit for light duty for five (5) days (per DR. JOHNSON) at USPHS Hospital, Seattle Washington.

Noon: PIER 91 SEATTLE, WASH

0900 to 16.00: 1200 CAPTAIN JOHN ARMSTRONG DIRKS (1251) USCG this date executed oath of office upon acceptance of permanent appointment as CAPTAIN to rank as such from 10 February, 1950. 1415 GREEN, JOHN W. (276-264) GM3 (P) transferred to CGC Clover for temporary additional duty in accordance with verbal orders CQ13CGD this date.

Noon: PIER 91. SEATTLE, WASH

1600 to 24.00: 1810 HILBY DONALD E. (279-029) EN1 departed ship for temporary additional duty with Seattle shore patrol. 2000 BISCHOF, CARL F. (287-468) SN is not fit for duty for two (2) days; then fit for light duty for five (5) days (per DR. JOHNSON) at USPHS Hospital, Seattle Washington.


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27 December 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


02.30: HILBY, DONALD E. (279-029) EN1 returned aboard having completed temporary additional duty on shore patrol, Seattle, Washington.

0900 to 1600: 0925 LT. ROBERT D. FULLER, USCG, (4295) returned aboard from three (3) days annual leave authorized by Commanding Officer, CGC Northwind. 1200 DREW, GEORGE S. (217-694) GMC departed on two (2) days annual leave to expire on board 1200, 30 December 1951.

1600 to 2400: 1810 GODWIN, WILLIAM F. (286-214) RM3 departed this vessel on TAD as shore patrol, Seattle, Washington. 2000 PARRISH, JACK D. (276-954) SA completed two (2) hours extra police duty. FOULK, JOHN E. (279-716) SN completed two (2) hours extra police duty.

Noon: Moored Pier 91 Seattle, Wash.

0900 to 16.00: 0925 LT. ROBERT D. FULLER, USCG, (4295) returned aboard from three (3) days annual leave authorized by Commanding Officer, CGC Northwind. 1200 DREW, GEORGE S. (217-694) GMC departed on two (2) days annual leave to expire on board 1200, 30 December 1951.

Noon: Moored Pier 91. Seattle, Wash.

1600 to 24.00: 1810 GODWIN, WILLIAM F. (286-214) RM3 departed this vessel on TAD as shore patrol, Seattle, Washington. 2000 PARRISH, JACK D. (276-954) SA completed two (2) hours extra police duty. FOULK, JOHN E. (279-716) SN completed two (2) hours extra police duty.


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28 December 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


02.00: GODWIN, WILLIAM F. (286-214) RM3 returned from TAD as shore patrol in Seattle Washington.

0900 to 1600: 1200 SCHNASE, RICHARD A (279-794) ET3 departed on five (5) days leave to ezpire prior to 1200 2 January 1952. 1350 CANNON, ROBERT W. (293-165) SA departed on eight (8) days leave to expire prior to 1200 5 January 1952 1440 WOODS, ELMER (276-265) ET1 admitted to inpatient treatment at USPH Hospital Seattle diagnosis Rubella 1515 TAVARES, LOUIS J. (267-228) TA placed on no duty status by reason of fainting to be under observation

1600 to 2400: 1730 DOBSON DENNIS L. (279-423) SN departed on five (5) days annual leave to expire prior to 1200 2 January 1952 1800 PARRISH JACK D (276-954) SN completed two (2) hours extra duty. 1810 OVEREND, CHARLES R (217-261) BM1 departed for temporary duty as shore patrol Seattle

Noon: Moored Pier 91 Seattle

0900 to 16.00: 1200 SCHNASE, RICHARD A (279-794) ET3 departed on five (5) days leave to ezpire prior to 1200 2 January 1952. 1350 CANNON, ROBERT W. (293-165) SA departed on eight (8) days leave to expire prior to 1200 5 January 1952 1440 WOODS, ELMER (276-265) ET1 admitted to inpatient treatment at USPH Hospital Seattle diagnosis Rubella 1515 TAVARES, LOUIS J. (267-228) TA placed on no duty status by reason of fainting to be under observation

Noon: Moored. Pier 91. Seattle

1600 to 24.00: 1730 DOBSON DENNIS L. (279-423) SN departed on five (5) days annual leave to expire prior to 1200 2 January 1952 1800 PARRISH JACK D (276-954) SN completed two (2) hours extra duty. 1810 OVEREND, CHARLES R (217-261) BM1 departed for temporary duty as shore patrol Seattle


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29 December 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


0000 to 0900: 0207 OVEREND CHARLES R (217-261) BM1 returned from temporary duty as shore patrol seattle 0830 GREENE JOHN W (276-264) GM3 (P) returned from temporary duty on CLOVER (WAGL292) as per verbal orders C13CGD.

0900 to 1600: 1015 STENSLAND, HOWARD M. (287-503) FN returned from seven (7) days sick leave on time. 1110 MORTENSEN, CARL M. (26605) MACH. returned aboard from ten (10) days leave.

19.10: WITTKE, HAROLD O. (280-974) EM3 departed on T.A.D. with shore patrol in Seattle, Wash.

Noon: Moored Pier 91 Seattle

0000 to 09.00: 0207 OVEREND CHARLES R (217-261) BM1 returned from temporary duty as shore patrol seattle 0830 GREENE JOHN W (276-264) GM3 (P) returned from temporary duty on CLOVER (WAGL292) as per verbal orders C13CGD.

0900 to 16.00: 1015 STENSLAND, HOWARD M. (287-503) FN returned from seven (7) days sick leave on time. 1110 MORTENSEN, CARL M. (26605) MACH. returned aboard from ten (10) days leave.

Noon: Moored Pier. 91. Seattle


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30 December 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


02.15: WITTKE, HAROLD O. (280-974) EM3 returned from T.A.D. with Shore Patrol in Seattle, Wash

10.10: DREW, GEORGE S. (217-694) GMC returned aboard on time from ten (10) days leave.

18.40: BROLLIAR, JACK L. (279-405) QM1 departed on temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol, Seattle, Washington.

Noon: Moored Pier 91 Seattle

Noon: Moored. Pier 91. Seattle


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31 December 1951

At/From ???

Lat 47.63, Long -122.38


00.30: BROLLIAR, JACK L. (279-405) QM1 returned aboard having completed temporary additional duty as Shore Patrol, Seattle, Washington.

1600 to 2400: 1835 GODWIN, WILLIAM F. (286-214) RM3 departed this vessel on TAD, shore patrol in Seattle, Wash. 2200 FOULK J.E. (279-716) SN completed two (2) hours extra police duty. BISCHOF CARL E. (287-468) SN completed two (2) hours extra police duty.

Noon: Moored Pier 91 Seattle

Noon: Moored. Pier 91. Seattle

1600 to 24.00: 1835 GODWIN, WILLIAM F. (286-214) RM3 departed this vessel on TAD, shore patrol in Seattle, Wash. 2200 FOULK J.E. (279-716) SN completed two (2) hours extra police duty. BISCHOF CARL E. (287-468) SN completed two (2) hours extra police duty.


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