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USS McInerney (FFG 8)


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Awards, Citations and Campaign Ribbons






Precedence of awards is from top to bottom, left to right
Top Row: Combat Action Ribbon
Second Row: Navy Unit Commendation - Navy Meritorious Unit Commendation w/ 1 star - CG Meritorious Unit Award
Third Row: Navy Battle "E" Ribbon (6) - Navy Expeditionary Service Medal - National Defense Service Medal w/ 1 star
Fourth Row: Southwest Asia Service Medal w/ 2 stars - Armed Forces Service Medal - Humanitarian Service Medal
Fifth Row: Sea Service Deployment Ribbon w/ 4 stars - CG Special Operations Service Ribbon - Kuwait Liberation Medal (Kuwaiti)


"Fast - Fearless - Gallant"
Specifications:
Class: Oliver Hazard Perry (Long Hull, LAMPS III modified, As Built)
Type: SCB No. 261 / 1979 - 1984
Number in Class: 26 (8, 36-61)
Displacement: 3174 tons (std), 4082 tons (full)
Length: 408' (wl), 453' (oa)
Beam: 45.4' (extreme)
Draft: 24' 6" (draft limit)
Propulsion: 2 GE LM 2500 gas turbine engines; 41,000 shp; 1 shaft, cp propeller, 325 hp retractable propeller pods
Speed: 29 kts
Range: 4,500 nm @ 20 knots, 5400 nm @ 16 knots
Complement: 13 / 206 (includes 19 man air detachment)
Missiles: 1-Mk 13 Mod 4 launcher, 4 SSM McDonnell-Douglas Harpoon missiles, 36 GDC-Pomona Standard SM-1MR missiles
Guns: 1-Mk 75 3"/62 cal. OTO Melara gun, 1-Vulcan Phalanx CIS, 4-.50 cal. MG's
ASW Weapons: 6-324mm Mk 32 (2 triple) tubes / Mk 46 torpedoes
Radars: AN/SPS-55 (surface), AN/SPS-49(V)214 (air)
Sonars: AN/SQS-56, AN/SQR-19 TACTAS (Towed Array)
Elec. Warfare: SLQ-25 Nixie System, SLQ-32(V)2 Electronic Countermeasures System
Fire Control Systems: 1 Mk13 Weapon-Direction System, 1 Mk92 weapons FCS, 1 modified SPG-60 STIR radar (Separate Target Illumination Radar)
Helicopter: 2-SH-60 LAMPS III Helicopters, RAST (Recovery, Assistance, Securing and Traversing System) helicopter hauldown system
McInerney (FFG 8) Building and Operational Data:
  • 27 February 1976: Building contract awarded to the Bath Iron Works Corp.
  • 16 January 1978: Keel laid by the Bath Iron Works Corp., Bath, Me.
  • 04 November 1978: Launched and christened, sponsored by Joan McInerney Kelley, daughter of the late Vice Admiral McInerney
  • 15 December 1979: Commissioned at Bath, Me., Commander J.S. Berg in command, assigned to Deatroyer Squadron 8 at Mayport, Fla.
  • 11 May 1986: Homeport changed to Boston, Mass. for Extended Drydock Shipyard Restricted Availability
  • 19 May 1986: Entered drydock at General Shipyard Corp., South Boston, Mass.
  • 13 February 1987: Departed Boston, homeport changed back to Mayport, Fla.
  • 21 June 1990: Made a five day port visit to New York City for Fleet Week, berthed on the Brooklyn waterfront to host visitors
  • 31 August 2010: Decommissioned at Mayport, Fla. after 30.7 years of service; Struck from the NVR; Sold to Pakistan, renamed PNS Alamgir (F 260)

    "McInerney, The Ship"    -    "McInerney, The People"

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    Mcinerney 75k Artist's conception of McInerney 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, submarines and aircraft carriers in various configurations during the ship's lifetime. ALL the long hulled guided missile frigates ARE available. The prints can be customized with ship's patches, your photograph, your bio, etc. When you purchase artwork from them, please indicate that you heard about their work from Navsource. Navy Yard Associates
    McInerney 155k Francis X. McInerney was born on 28 March 1899 in Cheyenne, Wyoming and was commissioned from the U.S. Naval Academy in June 1921. As a junior officer, his tours of duty included USS New Mexico, USS Burns, USS Williamson, and USS Dobbin. In 1935, he received the degree of Bachelor of Laws from George Washington University Law School. Subsequent tours included USS Concord, and instructor at the Post-Graduate School, Annapolis, Maryland. He assumed command of USS Smith in May 1940, and was commanding her when the United States entered World War II. Later he was assigned to the ANZAC Squadron in the South Pacific and, as senior officer in destroyers, participated in the early strikes in the Solomons and the Battle of the Coral Sea.

    In March 1943, he assumed command of Destroyer Squadron 21. He led his ships in the Solomons in the First and Second Battles of Kula Gulf. He was awarded the Bronze Star with Combat "V," the Navy Cross, Presidential Unit Citation, the Silver Star, and the Legion of Merit with Combat "V". In August 1943, he was assigned as Senior Representative of Commander Destroyers in the South Pacific, and in March 1944, was named Chief of Staff for Commander Operational Training Command, Pacific Fleet. He assumed command of USS Washington in June 1945.

    In October 1946, he became CO of the Naval Receiving Station, Treasure Island, California. He assumed command of Cruiser Division Three in March 1949. In January 1950, he became Commander Amphibious Training Command, Pacific Fleet. Subsequently, he commanded Amphibious Group Three, Pacific Fleet, and Service Squadron Three. His operations in the Korean War as Commander Joint Amphibious Task Forces Seven, Seventy-Six and Ninety-Two earned him a number of awards. In May 1953, he became Senior Member, Board of Naval Inspection and Survey, West Coast Section. In October 1954, he was assigned as President of the Permanent General Court Martial, Eleventh Naval District. He retired 30 June 1955. Vadm. Francis X. McInerney died on 24 June 1956 in San Diego, California.

    USS McInerney (FFG 8) (1979 - 2010) was the first ship named in his honor.
    Bill Gonyo
    McInerney 95k An undated postcard view of McInerney.     (Postcard #P53915 © Atlantic Fleet Sales, Norfolk, Va.; shown at 140% of original size)

    Caption reads: "U.S.S. Oliver Hazard Perry (FFG-7) A guided missile frigate built by Bath Iron Works, Bath, Maine, and placed in commissioned 15 December 1979."
    Mike Smolinski
    McInerney 155k 1983: USS McInerney (FFG 8) at sea. Robert M. Cieri
    McInerney 183k 12 August 1988: at sea - A port quarter view of the McInerney underway with the aircraft carrier USS John F. Kennedy (CV 67) battle group. The ship which is part of Task Group 24.4, is in an 18-ship formation that is transiting the North Atlantic Ocean to the Mediterranean Sea. (U.S. Navy photo DVID #DN-ST-89-01301 by PH2 William Lipski from the Defense Visual Information Center) Navsource
    McInerney 193k 25 October 1988: Augusta Bay Sicily - A starboard bow view of the destroyer tender Yellowstone (AD 41), the nuclear-powered guided missile cruiser Bainbridge (CGN 25) and the McInerney tied up alongside each other while in harbor. (U.S. Navy photo DVID #DN-ST-89-02095 by JO1 Millie Tamberg from the DVIC)
    McInerney 187k 1 November 1988: Augusta Bay Sicily - The destroyer tender Yellowstone (AD 41) services, from left: McInerney (FFG 8), the guided missile cruiser USS Bainbridge (CGN 25), the frigate USS McCandless (FF 1084), and the frigate USS Voge (FF 1047). (U.S. Navy photo DVID #DN-ST-89-08630 by JO1 Millie Tamberg from the DVIC)
    McInerney 186k 8 November 1988: Augusta Bay Sicily - A view of ship's composing the aircraft carrier USS John F. Kennedy (CV 67) battle group tied up alongside each other. They are, left to right: the frigate USS Voge (FF 1047), the frigate USS McCandless (FF 1084), the destroyer tender USS Yellowstone (AD 41), the nuclear-powered guided missile cruiser USS Bainbridge (CGN 25) and the McInerney (FFG 8). (U.S. Navy photo DVID #DN-ST-89-02108 by JO1 Millie Tamberg from the DVIC)
    McInerney 644k 1 May 1992: Naval Station Mayport, Fla. - A port bow view of the guided missile frigates McInerney and USS Boone (FFG 28) moored together at a pier. (U.S. Navy photo DVID #DN-SC-93-05441 by OS2 John Bouvia from the DVIC)
    McInerney 679k 16 October 1992: Atlantic Ocean - A starboard bow view of the McInerney underway. The McInerney is en route to the Mediterranean Sea as part of the John F. Kennedy (CV67) battle group. (U.S. Navy photo DVID #DN-SC-93-00859 by CWO2 Kenneth H. Brewer from the DVIC)
    McInerney 178k 16 October 1992: Atlantic Ocean - The aircraft carrier USS John F. Kennedy (CV 67) battle group en route to the Mediterranean Sea. In the group are: the nuclear-powered attack submarines USS Albuquerque (SSN 706) and USS Seahorse (SSN 669); the guided missile cruisers USS Gettysburg (CG 64), USS Leyte Gulf (CG 55) and USS Wainwright (CG 28); the destroyer USS Caron (DD 970); the frigates USS Capodanno (FF 1093), USS Halyburton (FFG 40) and USS McInerney (FFG 8); the destroyer tender USS Puget Sound (AD 38); the ammunition ship USS Santa Barbara (AE 28); and the replenishment oiler USS Kalamazoo (AOR 6). (U.S. Navy photo DVID #DN-SC-93-00852 by CWO2 Kenneth H. Brewer from the DVIC)
    McInerney 100k 12 June 2003: Antofagasta, Chile - The McInerney pulls along side the pier in Antofagasta, Chile. McInerney is participating in Teamwork South 2003. Teamwork South is a bi-annual multi-national exercise hosted by the Chilean Navy and conducted in Chilean territorial waters to further bolster a robust relationship and mutual understanding in the region. It offers a unique opportunity to maintain a consistent training environment in the region as well as a continued multi-national commitment to hemispheric defense and coalition. (U.S. Navy photo #030612-N-9251B-119 by PH1 Martha-Ellen L. Ball from the Navy News Stand)
    McInerney 345k 20 June 2003: Caldera, Chile - The McInerney is anchored in Caldera Bay, Chile, while its crew enjoys a day of liberty in town. McInerney is among 19 ships participating in Teamwork South 2003. Teamwork South is a bi-annual multi-national exercise hosted by the Chilean Navy and conducted in Chilean territorial waters to further bolster a robust relationship and mutual understanding in the region. It offers a unique opportunity to maintain a consistent training environment in the region as well as a continued multi-national commitment to hemispheric defense and coalition. (U.S. Navy photo #030620-N-9251B-155 by PH1 Martha-Ellen L. Ball from the Navy News Stand)
    McInerney 64k 12 July 2003: The Pacific Ocean - A BQM-74 drone is fired from the fantail of the McInerney to serve as a target during an anti-air gunnery exercise conducted as part of UNITAS 44-03 Pacific Phase. Naval and Coast Guard Forces from six countries are participating in UNITAS 44-03 Pacific Phase. UNITAS is the premier naval exercise conducted in the Americas designed to build lasting friendships while increasing the capability of U.S. Naval Forces to operate as a multinational coalition. (U.S. Navy photo #030712-N-9251B-014 by PH1 Martha-Ellen L. Ball from the Navy News Stand)
    McInerney 251k 14 July 2003: The Pacific Ocean - A SH-60B from the McInerney conducts a vertical replenishment with the destroyer USS Stump (DD 978). Naval and Coast Guard Forces from six countries are participating in UNITAS 44-03 Pacific Phase. (U.S. Navy photo #030714-N-9251B-155 by PH1 Martha-Ellen L. Ball from the Navy News Stand)
    McInerney 85k 14 July 2003: The Pacific Ocean - A SH-60B from the McInerney conducts a vertical replenishment with the destroyer USS Stump (DD 978). Naval and Coast Guard Forces from six countries are participating in UNITAS 44-03 Pacific Phase. (U.S. Navy photo #030714-N-9251B-143 by PH1 Martha-Ellen L. Ball from the Navy News Stand)
    McInerney 252k 8 June 2004: The Atlantic Ocean - The McInerney participates in a Coordinated Training Exercise for midshipmen off the coast of Virginia. McInerney is homeported in Mayport, Fla., and participated with the guided missile destroyer USS Laboon (DDG58) and five other surface force ships in a pass and review. (U.S. Navy photo #040608-N-1658L-006 by YN2 Anthony J. Larkin from the Navy News Stand)
    McInerney 254k 8 June 2004: The Atlantic Ocean - McInerney participates in a Coordinated Training Exercise for midshipmen off the coast of Virginia. McInerney is homeported in Mayport, Fla., and participated with the guided missile destroyer USS Laboon (DDG 58) and five other surface force ships in a pass and review. (U.S. Navy photo #040608-N-1658L-002 by IS2 Nicholas Thimmig from the Navy News Stand)
    McInerney 53k date / location unknown: McInerney underway Bill Gonyo
    McInerney 135k 2 September 2004: NavSta Mayport, Fla. - An SH-60B Seahawk helicopter assigned to the "Swamp Foxes" of Light Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron Four Four (HSL-44) is harnessed while being craned aboard McInerney during preparations for hurricane Frances, which is scheduled to hit the state of Florida by the upcoming weekend. (U.S. Navy photo #040902-N-0000X-009 by YN2 Anthony J. Larkin from the Navy News Stand) Navsource
    McInerney 485k 15 February 2005: Rendsburg, Germany - The McInerney passes under the train-bridge of Rendsburg, Germany. McInerney visited Rendsburg during the frigate’s transit from Poland to Malaga in support of the NATO Response Force One. The role of the NRF is to provide an integrated and fully interoperable sea, land and air capability, under one command, wherever the North Atlantic Council requires, to prevent conflict or threat from escalating into a wider dispute. (U.S. Navy photo #050215-N-0000B-001 photo courtesy of Frank Behling from the Navy News Stand)
    McInerney 149k 5 April 2005: Naval Base Den Helder, The Netherlands - USS McInerney leaving the harbor. She was there for a change of command and a 5 day visit. J.Bakkenes
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    McInerney 230k 31 May 2007: Boston MA - Seen through the sights of a World War II era 40mm anti-aircraft gun, USS McInerney transits Boston Harbor prior to a four day port visit in honor of the city’s Dorchester Day. McInerney sailors will participate in a variety of activities including a community relations project, color guard at a Red Sox - Yankees game and marching in the Dorchester Day parade. McInerney recently completed a successful six-month Counter-Narco Terrorism deployment to the Caribbean and Eastern Pacific seizing more than $500,000,000 worth of contraband. (U.S. Navy photo #070531-N-1928O-016 by MC1 Mark O’Donald from the Navy News Stand) Navsource
    McInerney 186k 14 September 2008: Eastern Pacific Ocean - U.S. Coast Guardsmen from Law Enforcement Detachment 404 survey the deck of a self-propelled, semi-submersible vessel Sept. 13, 2008, that was interdicted by McInerney while under way in the Pacific Ocean. Coast Guardsmen from the detachment, embarked aboard McInerney, seized the estimated $187 million worth of cocaine during a night raid approximately 350 miles west of Guatemala. (DoD photo #080913-N-FS311-087 by PO1 Nico Figueroa from the Defense Visual Information Center)
    McInerney 224k 14 September 2008: Eastern Pacific Ocean - The guided-missile frigate USS McInerney (FFG 8) tows a self-propelled, semi-submersible craft seized Saturday, 13 Sept. by Coast Guard Law Enforcement Detachment 404. The Coast Guard law enforcement officers, embarked aboard McInerney, seized seven tons of cocaine during a night raid about 350 miles west of Guatemala. (U.S. Navy photo #080914-N-8310C-004 by Lt. Justin Cooper from the Navy Newstand)
    McInerney 262k 14 September 2008: Eastern Pacific Ocean - The guided-missile frigate USS McInerney (FFG 8) tows a self-propelled, semi-submersible craft seized Saturday, 13 Sept. 2008 by Coast Guard Law Enforcement Detachment 404. The Coast Guard law enforcement officers, embarked aboard McInerney, seized seven tons of cocaine during a night raid about 350 miles west of Guatemala. The seized vessel has the capability to travel from Ecuador to San Diego, Calif. McInerney, homeported in Mayport, Fla., is deployed in the U.S. 4th Fleet area of responsibility. (U.S. Navy photo #080914-N-8310C-003 by Lt. Justin Cooper from the Navy Newstand)
    McInerney 330k 5 October 2008: Mayport, Fla. - The guided-missile frigate USS McInerney (FFG 8) approaches the pier during a return to homeport at Naval Station Mayport after a six-month deployment. (U.S. Navy photo #081005-N-1522S-006 by MC1 Class Leah Stiles from the Navy Newstand)
    McInerney 147k 10 December 2008: Mayport, Fla. - McInerney embarks an MQ-8B Fire Scout unmanned air vehicle. This is the first time a Fire Scout has deployed with the U.S. Navy ship. Fire Scout will assist McInerney during its next counter illicit trafficking deployment to Latin America. (U.S. Navy photo #081210-N-5677B-014 by MC1 Holly Boynton from the Navy News Stand) Robert M. Cieri
    McInerney 243k 8 May 2009: the Atlantic Ocean - The Northrop Grumman Corporation-developed Unmanned Aerial Vehicle MQ-8B Fire Scout hovers over the flight deck of the guided-missile frigate USS McInerney (FFG 8). McInerney is preparing for an upcoming counter-illicit trafficking deployment to Latin America, where the ship is scheduled to use Fire Scout to assist with counter-drug operations. (U.S. Navy photo #090508-N-2821G-059 by MC2 Alan Gragg from the Navy News Stand) Navsource
    McInerney 461k 8 May 2009: the Atlantic Ocean - The Northrop Grumman Corporation-developed Unmanned Aerial Vehicle MQ-8B Fire Scout hovers over the flight deck of the guided-missile frigate McInerney. McInerney is preparing for an upcoming counter-illicit trafficking deployment to Latin America, where the ship is scheduled to use Fire Scout to assist with counter-drug operations. (U.S. Navy photo #090508-N-2821G-146 by MC2 Alan Gragg from the Navy News Stand)
    McInerney 357k 30 March 2010: the Pacific Ocean - The guided-missile frigate USS McInerney (FFG 8), with a MQ-8B Fire Scout unmanned aerial vehicle on its flight deck, cruises in formation with a rigid-hull inflatable boat from the littoral combat ship USS Freedom (LCS 1) during joint counter-illicit trafficking operations in the U.S. 4th Fleet area of responsibility. (U.S. Navy photo #100330-N-7058E-513 by Lt. Ed Early from the Navy News Stand)
    McInerney 579k 15 April 2010: Mayport, Fla. - Sailors man the rails of the guided-missile frigate USS McInerney (FFG 8) as the ship returns to homeport at Naval Station Mayport. McInerney completed a six-month counter-illicit drug trafficking deployment to Latin America. (U.S. Navy photo #100415-N-1522S-001 by MC1 Class Leah Stiles from the Navy News Stand)
    McInerney 305k 15 April 2010: Mayport, Fla. - Sailors man the rails of the guided-missile frigate McInerney as the ship returns to homeport. (U.S. Navy photo #100415-N-1522S-003 by MC1 Class Leah Stiles from the Navy News Stand)
    McInerney 229k 31 August 2010: Mayport, Fla. - U.S. and Pakistani sailors parade both their country's colors during the decommissioning ceremony of the guided-missile frigate USS McInerney (FFG 8) at Naval Station Mayport. During the ceremony, McInerney was commissioned into the Pakistan navy as PNS Alamgir (F 260). (U.S. Navy photo #100831-N-5812W-005 by MC2 Class Sunday Williams from the Navy News Stand)
    McInerney 86k 31 August 2010: Mayport, Fla. - Cmdr. Paul D. Young, commanding officer of the guided-missile frigate USS McInerney (FFG 8), presents a certificate of transfer to Pakistan navy Capt. Naveed Ashraf during the ship's decommissioning ceremony at Naval Station Mayport. McInerney was commissioned into the Pakistan navy as PNS Alamgir (F 260). (U.S. Navy photo #100831-N-8590G-011 by MC2 Gary Granger, Jr. from the Navy News Stand)
    McInerney 143k 31 August 2010: Mayport, Fla. - Boatswain's Mate 3rd Class Taylor Branch, left, and Boatswain's Mate 1st Class James Wallen haul down the American flag for the last time during the decommissioning ceremony of the guided-missile frigate USS McInerney (FFG 8). The ship was then commissioned into the Pakistan Navy as the Pakistan Navy frigate PNS Alamgir (F-260). (U.S. Navy photo #100831-N-5812W-002 by MC2 Sunday Williams from the Navy News Stand)
    McInerney 134k 31 August 2010: Mayport, Fla. - A sailor assigned to the guided-missile frigate USS McInerney (FFG 8) hauls down the union jack for the last time during the ship's decommissioning ceremony at Naval Station Mayport. During the ceremony, McInerney was commissioned into the Pakistan navy as PNS Alamgir (F 260). (U.S. Navy photo #100831-N-8590G-007 by MC2 Gary Granger, Jr. from the Navy News Stand)
    McInerney 257k 31 August 2010: Mayport, Fla. - Sailors assigned to the guided-missile frigate USS McInerney (FFG 8) disembark the ship for the last time during the ship's decommissioning ceremony at Naval Station Mayport. During the ceremony, McInerney was commissioned into the Pakistan navy as PNS Alamgir (F 260). (U.S. Navy photo #100831-N-8590G-008 by MC2 Gary Granger, Jr. from the Navy News Stand)
    McInerney 132k 31 August 2010: Mayport, Fla. - Cmdr. Paul D. Young, left, commanding officer of the guided-missile frigate USS McInerney (FFG 8), receives the ship's commissioning pennant from Command Master Chief John Lawry during the ship's decommissioning ceremony. (U.S. Navy photo #100831-N-8590G-010 by MC2 Gary Granger, Jr. from the Navy News Stand)

    USS McInerney (FFG 8) History
    Note: History is unavailable at this time
    This class of ship was built too late to be covered by the DANFS project

    McInerney's Commanding Officers
    Thanks to Wolfgang Hechler & Ron Reeves
    Number, Dates of Command Commanding Officers
    1.)  15 Dec. 1979 - 22 Feb. 1982Cmdr. John Stoddard Berg (Southington, Ct.)
    2.)  22 Feb. 1982 - 23 May 1984Cmdr. Herman Joseph (Skeets) Meyer
    3.)  23 May 1984 - 21 Jul. 1986Cmdr. Richard David West (later Radm.)
    4.)  21 Jul. 1986 - 13 Dec. 1988Cmdr. Charles J. Rafter
    5.)  13 Dec. 1988 - 17 Feb. 1991Cmdr. Michael Oscar Borns
    6.)  17 Feb. 1991 - 04 Sep. 1992Cmdr. Clarence Ebbert Hill
    7.)  04 Sep. 1992 - 20 May 1994Cmdr. Robert Donald Jenkins III
    8.)  20 May 1994 - 15 Mar. 1996Cmdr. Ronald Y. Heath
    9.)  15 Mar. 1996 - 12 Sep. 1997Cmdr. Dirk Pomeroy Deverill
    10.)  12 Sep. 1997 - 12 May 1999Cmdr. Terry Arthur Bragg
    11.)  12 May 1999 - 19 Jan. 2001Cmdr. Jon Alan Greene
    12.)  19 Jan. 2001 - 11 Sep. 2002Cmdr. Nicholas Hampton (Nick) Holman IV
    13.)  11 Sep. 2002 - 01 Sep. 2004Cmdr. Richard L. (Rick) Williams, Jr.
    14.)  01 Sep. 2004 - 21 Apr. 2006Cmdr. Ace Ed Van Wagoner
    15.)  21 Apr. 2006 - 07 Sep. 2007Cmdr. Patrick Thomas Holub
    16.)  07 Sep. 2007 - 19 Jun. 2009Cmdr. Christopher Keith Wheeler
    17.)  19 Jun. 2009 - 31 Aug. 2010Cmdr. Paul D. Young

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