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|45k||March 1968: Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth, Va. - These four shots were taken during Brumby's yard period.
Top: Daylight shot of USS Brumby's sonar dome while in drydock.
Second: Daylight shot of Brumby in drydock.
Third: A night shot of Brumby in drydock.
Fourth: A view of Brumby's pilothouse.
QM2, '67 - 12/70
|65k||1968: the Atlantic Ocean - underway off Cape Hatteras.|
|30k||1968: the Atlantic Ocean - sunset at sea.|
|49k||1968: Guantanamo Bay, Cuba - full-dress ship while moored at Gitmo.|
|202k||1970: Antwerp, Belgium - A photo of Brumby, moored inboard of USS Edward McDonnell (DE 1043) and USS Biddle (DLG 34), while on a port visit to Antwerp.||Gilbert Gyssels|
|156k||June 1973: off Guantanamo Bay Cuba - a six picture series of USS Brumby (DE 1044) highlining with USCGC Ingham (WHEC-35). Brumby was in overhaul at the Charleston Naval Shipyard from November 1972 to April 1973 before sailing to Guantanamo Bay for refresher training. (Photos by ETN2 Greg Bevirt).||Terrence Wright|
|38k||September 1972: location unknown||Robert Hurst|
|140k||27 November 1975: Puerto Cabello, Venezuela - USS William V. Pratt (DDG 44) tied up pierside along with USS Brumby centre, and USS Truett (FF 1095) outboard. (Photo © Karsten Peterson, Karsten is a retired professional seaman with an excellent website called Sailor, On the Blue Path of the World)|
|229k||November 1976: Brumby in the North Atlantic. (Photos © Richard Leonhardt)||Richard Leonhardt|
|341k||6 June 1979: Mediterranean Sea - NATO ships: Turkish DD Tinaztepe (D-355) [former USS Keppler DD 765]; the British frigate Charybdis F-75; the Italian frigate Carabiniere F-581; and USS Brumby FF 1044. (photographer unknown)||Ed Zajkowski|
|213k||18 May 1983: A port bow view of the frigate Brumby underway during the NATO Exercise Distant Drum. (U.S. Navy photo DVID #DN-SC-87-02017 from DefenseImagery.mil)||Navsource|
|Brumby's Commanding Officers
Thanks to Wolfgang Hechler & Ron Reeves
|Dates of Command||Commanding Officers|
|1.) 05 Aug. 1965 -07 Jul. 1966||Cmdr. George Franklin Tolson, Jr.|
|2.) 07 Jul. 1966 - 19 Aug. 1968||Cmdr. Paul G. Brown|
|3.) 19 Aug. 1968 - 21 Nov. 1970||Cmdr. Philip R. Walker|
|4.) 21 Nov. 1970 - 15 Feb. 1972||Cmdr. Luther C. Holder (Wildorado, Tex.)|
|5.) 15 Feb. 1972 - 07 Mar. 1972||Cmdr. Stanley L. Turner|
|6.) 07 Mar. 1972 - 13 April 1973||Cmdr. Edward Courtland Snyder, Jr.|
|7.) 13 Apr. 1973 - 14 Jul. 1973||Cmdr. John James Kingston|
|8.) 14 Jul. 1973 - 15 Jul. 1975||Cmdr. Frederick K. Mangol|
|9.) 15 Jul. 1975 - 14 Oct. 1976||Cmdr. William W. Pippinger (Frankfort, In.)|
|10.) 14 Oct. 1976 - 10 Jun. 1978||Cmdr. David Gregory MacPherson|
|11.) 10 Jun. 1978 - 16 Jun. 1980||Cmdr. William F. Glover III|
|12.) 16 Jun. 1980 - 13 Sep. 1982||Cmdr. Jimmy Don Henderson|
|13.) 13 Sep. 1982 - 14 Sep. 1984||Cmdr. Franklin G. West, Jr.|
|14.) 14 Sep. 1984 - 14 Nov. 1986||Cmdr. James D. Eldridge, Jr. (Americus, Ga.)|
|15.) 14 Nov. 1986 - 31 Mar. 1989||Cmdr. John Russell (Rusty) Wall|
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