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 Following Cebu there was one last trip to [[piraz|PIRAZ]] station, where one more pilot was rescued. Finally, on 29 November, the KING was relieved by USS LONG BEACH (CGN-9). KING had operated port and starboard with the CHICAGO, another cruiser, and had performed her task well. Many innovations and evaluations of requirements were contributed to the [[piraz|PIRAZ]] concept and today it plays an important role in daily SEVENTH Fleet operations. Following Cebu there was one last trip to [[piraz|PIRAZ]] station, where one more pilot was rescued. Finally, on 29 November, the KING was relieved by USS LONG BEACH (CGN-9). KING had operated port and starboard with the CHICAGO, another cruiser, and had performed her task well. Many innovations and evaluations of requirements were contributed to the [[piraz|PIRAZ]] concept and today it plays an important role in daily SEVENTH Fleet operations.
  
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 After a stop-over in Japan for three days and a change of command in Subic Bay on 3 December, where [[read|Comander William L. READ]] relieved [[tesh|Commander TESH]], KING returned to San Diego on 20 December, where the rest of the month was spent as a leave period.### ​ After a stop-over in Japan for three days and a change of command in Subic Bay on 3 December, where [[read|Comander William L. READ]] relieved [[tesh|Commander TESH]], KING returned to San Diego on 20 December, where the rest of the month was spent as a leave period.### ​