In October 1980, while home ported in San Diego, the Jason and her crew deployed for WestPac and Indian Ocean cruise in support of troops for the. If you are interested in purchasing one of their books, or to see a full list of cruise books available, please visit them on the web at. As Navy veterans we know the significance of these books and what they represent. She returned to San Diego 7 July 1963 and serviced the Pacific Fleet along the West Coast through 1964. It is their pledge to ship within 24 hours of payment. The Jason was off Mexico when Mexican radio broadcast informed her crew that. This floating turned seemingly hopeless battle wrecks into rejuvenated fighting ships again able to stand out gallantly in the final victorious months.
We now consider these to be family treasures. The ship was sold for scrap in November 2006. She operated out of Jinsen, and , , until mid-February 1946, performing repair services and assisting in the evacuation of nationals. A great part of Naval history. Every page has been enhanced and is readable. I hope you can experience the same thing for your family. A menu will open that will let you view a readme first file, open the Cruise Book and even play some background music.
Awards Jason received a for her participation in the. As the action crept closer to , Jason sailed for arriving there on 28 May 1945. We can also reproduce any reference material that is held in the Navy Library general files. Cruise Itinerary with Dates Divisional Crew Photos Crew Roster Name and Hometown Many Crew Activity Photos Plus Much More Over 376 Photos on Approximately 98 Pages. The Jason played a vital role in the emergency repair of the two warships that suffered mine damage in the Persian Gulf, the and the. Other Interesting Items Include: The Oath of Enlistment, The Sailors Creed, Core Values of the United States Navy, Military Code of Conduct, Navy Terminology Origins 8 Pages Examples: Scuttlebutt, Chewing the Fat, Devil to Pay, Hunky-Dory and many more. She was met there by a Russian warship, an oiler and two merchant ships.
Not Apple or Mac Will work with Windows 98 or above. This would make a great gift for yourself or someone you know who may have served aboard her. She returned to San Diego on 7 July 1963, and serviced the U. Repair teams that flew out to the crippled ships were able to keep them afloat, and members of these teams were the only crew members of the Jason to receive combat action awards for their service in Desert Storm — including the first combat action awards ever earned by female sailors. With the armistice in Korea, Jason resumed her inter war cycle. If you are unable to find the person you are searching for in this collection, try the Browse option and search by ship name and year. Again an interlude of peace brought routine deployment and time near home port supporting the fleet through the 1980s.
She arrived Purvis Bay in the Solomon Islands 17 August to commence operations with Service Squadron 10. The 7th Fleet became a main cog in our determination to prevent Southeast Asia from falling into the hands of Communist-inspired despots. Information usually available includes name of enlistee, occupation specialty, service number, date serviceman reported on board, date of enlistment, name of ship, station or activity, and date of muster roll. Navy muster rolls and associated reports of changes for U. The quality on your screen may be better than a hard copy with the ability to magnify any page. I hope you can experience the same thing for your family.
She served the ships of the 7th Fleet at Sasebo and in until returning to San Diego, on 19 August. Pacific Fleet, alternating between and California. Additionally, the Cruise Books are available for digital download. As the menace grew bolder, and their regime in staged an overt act of aggression on , the responded to the challenge. Two months later she arrived , where she was to spend the greater part of the war, performing the task of keeping the U.
After operations in and at , she reached 6 March and served ships of the 7th Fleet until heading home on 31 August. This would make a great gift for yourself or someone you know who may have served aboard her. The focus of this book is examining the lives of some of the robber barons who built their fortune operating clipper ships. If you have any questions please send us an E-mail prior to purchasing. Every page has been enhanced and is readable.
Great Naval Images has been in business for over 14 years. With the crisis resolved Jason, moved to her new home port of Pearl Harbor. They are not official Navy publications, and the Navy does not stock, sell, or republish these books. Every page has been enhanced and is readable. The pictures will not be degraded over time.