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-====== Official Deck Log, 17 November 1960 ======+====== Official Deck Log, Thursday, 17 November 1960 ======
  
- * **1200** Moored starboard side to Pier 5, berth B, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard Bremerton, Washington with standard mooring lines doubled and spring wires fore and aft. Receiving miscellaneous services from the pier. Ships present include various units of the U.S. Pacific Fleet, yard and district craft. SOPA is Commanding Officer, U.S.S. Yorktown (CVS-10).+**__12-16__**
  
-1400 Officers and crew assembled on Pier 5 for commissioning ceremony.+-----
  
-1429 RADM F.T. WATKINSUSNCOMTHIRTEEN, and party, came aboard to commission ​the U.S.S. ​KING (DLG-10) in accordance with CNO letter: serial; P43 of 6 OCTOBER 1960.+  * **__1200__** Moored starboard side to Pier 5berth BPuget Sound Naval Shipyard BremertonWashington with standard mooring lines doubled ​and spring wires fore and aft. Receiving miscellaneous services from the pier. Ships present include various units of the U.S. Pacific Fleet, yard and district craft. SOPA is Commanding Officer, U.S.S. Yorktown ​(CVS-10).
  
-1513 COMMANDER MELVIN E. BUSTARD, Jr., 127951/1100, USN, Prospective Commanding Officer, read his orders, assumed command of KING, ordered the commissioning pennant broken, the ensign and the jack hoisted and the watch set. RADM F.T. WATKINS, USN, COMTHIRTEEN broke his flag in this vessel.+  * **__1400__** Officers and crew assembled on Pier 5 for commissioning ceremony. 
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 +  * **__1429__** RADM F. T. WATKINS, USN, COMTHIRTEEN,​ and party, came aboard to commission the U.S.S. KING (DLG-10) in accordance with CNO letter: serial; P43 of 6 OCTOBER 1960. 
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 +  * **__1513__** ​COMMANDER MELVIN E. BUSTARD, Jr., **XXXXXX/XXXX**, USN, Prospective Commanding Officer, read his orders, assumed command of KING, ordered the commissioning pennant broken, the ensign and the jack hoisted and the watch set. RADM F.T. WATKINS, USN, COMTHIRTEEN broke his flag in this vessel. 
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 +  * **__1536__** RADM F. T. WATKINS, USN, COMTHIRTEEN departed; hauled down COMTHIRTEEN flag. 
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 +  * **__1542__** Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples; conditions normal. 
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 +**__16-20__** 
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 +----- 
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 +  * **__1600__** Moored as before. 
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 +  * **__1645__** Received report that SCHOONOVER, Elden L., **XXX XX XX**, SA, USN, received a perforated laceration on his right lower lip caused by an unknown assailant and not due to his own misconduct. Treatment administered by R. R. HANNA, HMC, USN. Disposition:​ received stitches and returned to duty. 
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 +  * **__1916__** Held fire drill. 
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 +  * **__1925__** Secured from fire drill. 
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 +**__20-24__** 
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 +----- 
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 +  * **__2000__** Moored as before. 
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 +===== Navigation ===== 
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 +[[11-18-60|Forward to 18 November 1960]] 
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 +[[decklogs|Up to Deck Log Index]]
  
-1536 RADM F. T. WATKINS, USN, COMTHIRTEEN departed; hauled down COMTHIRTEEN flag.