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USS MULLANY (DD-528)


Flag Hoist/Radio Call Sign - NAWF

Tactical Voice Radio Call Sign (circa 1968) - CHERRY

CLASS - FLETCHER As Built.
Displacement 2924 Tons (Full), Dimensions, 376' 5"(oa) x 39' 7" x 13' 9" (Max)
Armament 5 x 5"/38AA, 6 x 40mm, 10/11 x 20mm AA, 10 x 21" tt.(2x5).
Machinery, 60,000 SHP; Westinghouse Turbines, 2 screws
Speed, 38 Knots, Range 6500 NM@ 15 Knots, Crew 273.
Operational and Building Data
Laid down by Bethlehem Steel, San Francisco. January 15 1942.
Launched October 12 1942 and commissioned April 23 1943.
Decommissioned February 14 1946 and recommissioned March 8 1951.
Decommissioned October 6 1971.
Stricken October 6 1971.
To Taiwan October 6 1971, renamed Chaing Yang.
Fate Stricken July 16 1999.

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Mullany 157kRobert Madison Mullany, born in New York City 26 October 1818, was appointed midshipman 7 January 1832 and took part in the capture of Tobasco during the Mexican War. He served with the North Atlantic and West Gulf Blockading Squadrons during the Civil War, and received the thanks of Congress for gallantry in the Battle of Mobile Bay, where he lost an arm. As rear admiral he commanded the North Atlantic Station (1874-75), protecting American interests on the Isthmus of Panama. He died at Bryn Mawr, Pa., 17 September 1887. Photo #: NH 52769. Group of U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Officers, circa 1866-1867, these officers are identified in the original captions as: (Seated, left to right): Captain J.R. Madison Mullany, USN; and Commander Henry A. Adams, Jr., USN. (Standing, left to right): Unidentified Lieutenant Commander; Lieutenant Commander Rush R. Wallace, USN; Paymaster Horace P. Tuttle, USN; Lieutenant Commander Alexander S. MacKenzie, USN; and First Lieutenant Richard S. Collum, USMC. Note: These identifications should be approached with caution. U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph.Bill Gonyo
Mullany 82kArtist's conception of the Mullany as she appeared after original construction by the renowned graphic illustrator John Barrett with the text written by naval author and historian Robert F. Sumrall. Their company Navy Yard Associates offers prints of most destroyers, destroyer escorts, submarines and aircraft carriers in various configurations during the ship's lifetime. The prints can be customized with ship's patches, your photograph, your bio, etc. If you decide to purchase artwork from them please indicate that you heard about their work from NavSource.Navy Yard Associates
Mullany 35kUndated, location unknown.-
Mullany 98kUndated, location unknown. BuAer photo #41905.Ed Zajkowski
Mullany 77kUndated, location unknown.Tommy Trampp
Mullany 100kUSS Mullany, DD 528, taken 9 July 1943 at Hunter's Point NSY, San Francisco. Changes during overhaul are noted in circles. USN photo.David Buell
Mullany 196kView of overhauls concluding and activity at pier 3 Bethlehem Shipyard, San Francisco, on January 5 1945. Mullany is in the foreground and Schroeder is across the pier with mattresses lining the rails. NA 80G335569.John Chiquoine
Mullany 173kDetail view of Mullany in overhaul, January 5 1945 at pier 3 Bethlehem Shipyard San Francisco. from NA 19N91320.John Chiquoine
Mullany 70kUSS Mullany, DD 528, 6 January 1945 at Hunters Point.David Buell
Mullany 120kHunters Point, January 9 1945.David Buell
Mullany 84kHunters Point, January 9 1945.David Buell
Mullany 50kKorean War appearenceFamily of Robert E. Miller (Lt. jg) 1943-1945
Mullany 65kPost Korean War ImageErick C. Nehls Jr
Mullany 132kIn the Mediterranean during 1952 as seen from the USS Fraklin D. Roosevelt (CVB-42).Samuel Phillips
Mullany 121kAs above.Samuel Phillips
Mullany 124kAs above.Samuel Phillips
Mullany 102kCirca 1956.Everett Ellestad
Mullany 132kCirca 1956.Everett Ellestad
Mullany 127kCirca 1956.Everett Ellestad
Mullany 109kTask Force off he Philippines April 1956.Everett Ellestad
Mullany 133kMidway Island July 1956.Everett Ellestad
Mullany 138kMidway Island July 1956.Everett Ellestad
Mullany 290kFremantle, Western Australia in May 1957 for Vistors Day.Patrick Johnston
Mullany 66kCirca 1959-1962.Robert Kirk,DCA & Chief Engineer from '59-'62
Mullany 64kCirca 1959-1962.Robert Kirk,DCA & Chief Engineer from '59-'62
Mullany 82kCirca 1959-1962.Robert Kirk,DCA & Chief Engineer from '59-'62
Mullany 118kApril 6 1962, location unknown.Larry Blumenthal, PH3, 1957-61
US Navy Photos
Mullany 200kIn floating drydock at San Diego September 1962.Lee Noland
Mullany 142kFebruary 19, 1963 photo of the Mullany in her final configuration. She was originally modernized in the FY 52 program, when her torpedo tubes and depth charge throwers were removed. Her bridge was enclosed, the tripod mast added with the standard air-search, surface-search and radio antennas atop it. Also #3 5" gun was removed and 3"/50s replaced her 40mm A.A. battery. Off the coast of Oahu, on February 19 1963.Robert Hurst
Mullany 193kJuly 20 1964, location unknown.Ed Zajkowski
Mullany 178kDependants Cruise, in June 1971, off Long Beach, CA.CAPT Richard Gibson USN (Ret.)
Mullany 129kApproaching the entrance to San Francisco Bay and the Golden Gate Bridge, on July 2 1971.CAPT Richard Gibson USN (Ret.)
Mullany 125kAt Treasure Island, San Francisco, CA, on July 5 1971.CAPT Richard Gibson USN (Ret.)
Mullany 40kDavid Parkos, DC3 on the fantail prior to the Mullany decommissioning.David Parkos
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The Mullany's decommissioning program and the commissioning program from the Chiang Yang (DD-9), October 6 1971.David Parkos
Mullany 143kMullany decommissioning October 6, 1971, the last Plan of the Day.David Parkos
Mullany 41kMullany decommissioning October 6, 1971, crew on the fantail.David Parkos
Mullany 49kMullany decommissioning October 6, 1971, Ambassador James Shen & Rear Admiral J.W. Williams Jr.David Parkos
Mullany 46kMullany decommissioning October 6, 1971, Commander William F. Wolff.David Parkos
Mullany 38kMullany decommissioning October 6, 1971, American glag comes down for the last time.David Parkos
Mullany 45kMullany decommissioning October 6, 1971, American flag being folded.David Parkos
Mullany 40kMullany decommissioning October 6, 1971, American crew marches off.David Parkos
Mullany 61kMullany decommissioning October 6, 1971, Taiwanese crew marches aboard.David Parkos
Mullany 43kMullany decommissioning October 6, 1971, Taiwanese crew raises flag of the Republic of China.David Parkos
Mullany 77kShip's plaque.David Parkos

USS MULLANY DD-528 History
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Commanding Officers
Thanks to Wolfgang Hechler & Ron Reeves

CDR Baron Joseph Mullaney    Apr 23 1943 - Sep 19 1944 (Later RADM)
CDR Albert Otto Momm    Sep 19 1944 - Jun 2 1945
LCDR Andrew Richard Drea    Jun 2 1945 - Feb 14 1946
(Decommissioned Feb 14 1946 - Mar 8 1951)
CDR George Franklin Neel    Mar 8 1951- Sep 7 1951
CDR George Robert Wells    Sep 7 1951 - Oct 12 1953
CDR William Scott Daubin    Oct 12 1953 - Oct 1 1955
CDR Ralph Paul Desmond Jr.    Oct 1 1955 - Nov 29 1957
CDR Meredith Coldwell Riddle    Nov 29 1957 - Feb 26 1959
CDR Richard James Jackson    Feb 26 1959 - Aug 28 1960
CDR William John Coleman    Aug 28 1960 - 1962
CDR Robert Edward Adamson Jr.    1962 - Sep 28 1963 (Later VADM)
CDR Hollis T. Rogers    Sep 28 1963 - 1965
CDR Daniel Austin Lewis    1965 - 1967
CDR John Lester Everngam Jr.    1966 - 1968
CDR Daryl Orville Maxwell    1968 - Jan 8 1969
CDR Frederick Semple Adair    Jan 8 1969 - Apr 16 1971
CDR William Frederick (Fritz) Wolff    Apr 16 1971 - Oct 6 1971

Crew Contact And Reunion Information

Contact Name: Jon E. Miller
Address: 1911 Inglewood Drive, Washington, IL 61571
Phone:
E-mail: webmaster@ussmullany.org

Note About Contacts.

The contact listed, Was the contact at the time for this ship when located. If another person now is the contact, E-mail me and I will update this entry. These contacts are compiled from various sources over a long period of time and may or may not be correct. Every effort has been made to list the newest contact if more than one contact was found.


Additional Resources and Web Sites of Interest
USS Mullany website
Tin Can Sailors Website
Destroyer History Foundation
Destroyers Online Website
Official U.S.Navy Destroyer Website

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