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Navy Occupation Service Medal
China Service Medal (extended)
|8 to 20 September 1945||21 September to 10 December 1945|
|29 May to 21 June 1949||23 March to 14 September 1947|
|8 March to 25 May 1949|
|26 June to 1 July 1949|
|13 August to 11 September 1949|
Korean War Campaigns
|Campaigns and Dates 1951-52||Campaigns and Dates 1953|
|First UN Counter Offensive
30 January to 3 February 1951
|Third Korean Winter
11 to 13 April 1953
|Second Korean Winter
25 to 27 February 1952
24 to 27 March 1952
|Korea, Summer-Fall 1953
30 to 31 May 1953
|Korean Defense Summer-Fall 1952
2 to 5 May 1952
25 to 26 June 1952
7 to 8 July 1952
20 to 23 March 1953
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|90k||USS Dixie (AD-14) on her trials at 9kts on the range off Rockland, Maine, 27 March 1940. Gun mounts 52 and 53 lack shields or
any other protection.
US National Archives RG-19-LCM photo # 19-N-21787, a US Navy Bureau of Ships photo now in the collections of the US National Archives, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|97k||Broadside view of USS Dixie (AD-14) near the Philadelphia Navy Yard, 20 May 1940.
US Navy photo.
|34k||USS Dixie (AD-14), with USS Long (DD-209) alongside, circa 1940. Of special note are the gun mounts on Long, she was one of only two "flush deckers" to be armed with twin 4" weapons.
US Navy photo # NH 89401 from the collections of the US Naval History and Heritage Command.
|414k||USS Dixie (AD-14) at anchor, circa 1945-1946, location unknown.
US Navy photo.
|78k||USS Dixie (AD-14) at anchor circa 1942 in Measure 22 camouflage. All four 5"/38 gun mounts have had splinter protection tubs
added around them. The splinter protection tubs around gun mounts 51 and 54 were removed circa 1943 but retained around the open mounts.
US National Archives RG-19-LCM photo # 19-N-21759, a US Navy Bureau of Ships photo now in the collections of the US National Archives, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|109k||USS Dixie (AD-14) with USS Harmon (DE-678) and another Destroyer Escort in-board of Harmon, at Hawthorne Sound, New Georgia, May 1944. Note Dixie is painted Camouflage Measure 32, Design 3Ax.
US National Archives photo # 80-G-238416, a US Navy photo now in the collections of the US National Archives.
|US Naval Historical Center|
|205k||USS Dixie (AD-14) at anchor in Leyte, circa April-May 1945.
Note the ship's jack is at half staff, dating the photo to the period of mourning for the death of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt on 12 April 1945.. Dixie is painted Camouflage Measure 32, Design. US Navy photo
|233k||USS Dixie (AD-14) at anchor with a nest of destroyers alongside at Leyte, circa April-May 1945. The destroyers are from left to right:
USS Compton (DD-705),
USS Ault (DD-698),
USS Charles S. Sperry (DD-697),
USS English (DD-696)
USS John W. Weeks (DD-701), and
USS Borie (DD-704).
Note Dixie is painted Camouflage Measure 32, Design. US Navy photo
|90k||USS Dixie (AD-14) taking wound/injured sailor aboard, date and location unknown.
|41k||USS Dixie (AD-14) underway, date and location unknown.||Louis Drinovsky|
|145k||USS Dixie (AD-14) BMC Reid supervising Second Division sailors as they use the starboard crane to hoist a destroyer propeller on board at Sasebo, Japan, circa July to September 1950.
US Navy photo from "All Hands" magazine, September 1950
|Photo supplied by Joe Radigan MACM USN Ret. Caption information supplied by Dick Marlin BMSN USS Dixie 1948-1951, Second Div.|
|76k||USS Dixie (AD-14) at Sasebo, Japan with
USS John A. Bole (DD 755),
USS Buck (DD 761),
USS John W. Thomason (DD 760), and
USS Lofberg (DD 759) moored to port, circa 1953.
|89k||USS Dixie (AD-14) at San Diego, CA. with Destroyer Squadron Eleven alongside. Identifiable ships present and moored on Dixie's port side include;
USS Wiltsie (DD-716),
USS Theodore E. Chandler (DD-717) and
USS Chevalier (DD-805).
US Navy photo from "All Hands" magazine August 1960.
|Joe Radigan MACM USN Ret.|
|104k||USS Dixie (AD-14) departing Mare Island Naval Shipyard after overhaul, 15 June 1961. She was steaming back to her homeport at
San Diego. Note gun mount 52 still lacks a shield and retains its wartime protective tub. The after 5"/38 mounts have been removed and replaced by helicopter
US Navy photo # USN 1056334, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|102k||USS Dixie (AD-14) at San Diego, CA. with a nest of six destroyers moored port side to. Ships present (inboard to outboard):
USS Gregory (DD-802),
USS Stoddard (DD-566),
USS Isherwood (DD-520),
USS Mullany (DD-528),
USS Hanson (DD-832) and
USS Taussig (DD-746).
US Navy photo from "All Hands" magazine March 1963.
|Joe Radigan MACM USN Ret.|
|53k||USS Dixie (AD-14) underway off Point Loma while exiting San Diego Bay, date unknown.
©Marine Photos, San Diego, CA.
|85k||USS Dixie (AD-14) at Kaohsiung, Taiwan, 28 February 1966||© Richard Leonhardt|
|92k||USS Dixie (AD-14) at Kaohsiung, Taiwan, 28 February 1966. USS Finch (DER-328) alongside, inboard, to port, with USS Stickell (DD-888) outboard, port side.||© Richard Leonhardt|
|56k||USS Dixie (AD-14) at Subic Bay with two destroyers and a yard oiler alongside, date unknown.||Photo by Larry Backus USS Bausell|
|105k||USS Dixie (AD-14) at anchor, circa 1966, with USS Cook (APD-130) alongside, location unknown, courtesy Cruisebook Store.||Richard Miller BMCS USNR Ret.|
|357k||USS Dixie (AD-14) at anchor location unknown in WestPac, circa Fall 1968 with destroyers
USS Bausell (DD-845),
USS Taylor (DD-468) and
USS Hugh Purvis (DD-709) alongside.
|84k||USS Dixie (AD-14) with a nest of six destroyers moored starboard side to, date and location unknown. Ships present (inboard to outboard):
USS Uhlmann (DD-687),
USS Walker (DD-517),
USS Taylor (DD-468),
USS Boyd (DD-544),
USS Bausell (DD-845) and
USS Richard B. Anderson (DD-786).
US Navy photo from "All Hands" magazine August 1970.
|Joe Radigan MACM USN Ret.|
|48k||USS Dixie (AD-14) moored pierside, date and location unknown.
©Marine Photos, San Diego, CA.
|258k||USS Dixie (AD-14) under way, date and location unknown.||Mike Smolinski|
|125k||USS Dixie (AD-14) under way off the southern California coast, 1 April 1976.
US Navy photo # USN 1167091.
|350k||USS Dixie (AD-14) under way off the southern California coast, 1 April 1976.
US Navy photos.
|Mike Smolinski and
|83k||USS Dixie (AD-14) transiting the Panama Canal||David McCormick|
|78k||USS Dixie (AD-14) moored to a buoy at Diego Garcia, in 1980 with USS Cook (FF-1083) to starboard and probably USS Los Angeles (SSN-688) to port. Dixie's crew was changing out one of Cook's screws. A job really done by a tender while deployed.
US Navy photo
|Courtesy Gordon Bennett HTC (SW) USN Ret.|
|123k||USS Dixie (AD-14) underway during her WestPac deployment, circa 1980, location unknown||Tommy Trampp|
|328k||USS Dixie (AD-14) at San Diego returning from a WESTPAC cruise. 12 June 1980.
US Navy photo # K128615 by PH2 Felimon Barbante.
|124k||USS Dixie (AD-14) underway, date and location unknown||Tommy Trampp|
|100k||USS Dixie (AD-14) plaque||Tommy Trampp|
|01||LCDR. Bahm, George Henry :RADM||25 April 1940 - 13 May 1940|
|02||CAPT. Moyer, John G. :RADM||13 May 1940 - 1 April 1942|
|03||CAPT. Bahm, George Henry :RADM||1 April 1942 - 15 April 1942|
|04||CAPT. McCown, Henry Young||15 April 1942 - 17 July 1942|
|05||CAPT. Bahm, George Henry :RADM||17 July 1942 - 28 March 1943|
|06||CAPT. Hilenkoetter, Rosco Henry :VADM||28 March 1943 - 1 February 1944|
|07||CAPT. Lyttle, George Hetherington||1 February 1944 - 25 June 1945|
|08||CAPT. Hutson, Albert Lockett||25 June 1945 - 15 May 1946|
|09||CAPT. Goodnough, John Clark||15 May 1946 - 24 June 1947|
|10||CAPT. Jensen, Clyde M.||24 June 1947 - 9 July 1948|
|11||CAPT. Garrington, J. H.||9 July 1948 - 4 June 1949|
|12||CAPT. Fuqua, Samuel Glenn :RADM||4 June 1949 - 1 July 1950|
|13||CAPT. Cabanillas, Jose Manuel, USN (USNA 1924) :RADM||1 July 1950 - 28 September 1950|
|14||CAPT. Hamley, Joseph Ronald||28 September 1950 - 29 September 1951|
|15||CAPT. Eille, A. K.||29 SEptember 1951 - 18 August 1952|
|16||CAPT. Sanders, Jr., William Henry :RADM||18 August 1952 - 16 July 1953|
|17||CAPT. Eves, Edward Thomas :RADM||16 July 1953 - 10 June 1954|
|18||CAPT. Harmon, William L.||10 June 1954 - 22 October 1955|
|19||CAPT. Staub, C. T.||22 October 1955 - 6 September 1956|
|20||CAPT. Dennet, Mark Edwin||6 September 1956 - 15 April 1958|
|21||CAPT. Lowther, Robert Dickson||15 April 1958 - 9 October 1959|
|22||CAPT. Bland, III, John T.||9 October 1959 - 17 October 1960|
|23||CAPT. Rogers, William K.||17 October 1960 - 12 August 1961|
|24||CAPT. Smith, Bryn H.h||12 August 1961 - 8 June 1962|
|25||CAPT. Fisher, Neil Hartman||8 June 1962 - 8 June 1963|
|26||CAPT. Parris, Arthur||8 June 1963 - 27 June 1964|
|27||CAPT. Sumrail, Elton Levi||27 June 1964 - 1 October 1965|
|28||CAPT. Coleman, William John||1 October 1965 - 4 November 1966|
|29||CAPT. Wilder, Lawrence Arthur, USN (USNA 1945)||4 November 1966 - 21 June 1968|
|30||CAPT. Renn, John Edward, USN (USNA 1946)||21 June 1968 - 12 September 1969|
|31||CAPT. Dallmann, Paul Hermann||12 September 1969 - 3 September 1971|
|32||CAPT. Evans, Jack Edward||3 September 1971 - 8 August 1973|
|33||CAPT. Maxwell, Daryl Orville||8 August 1973 - 23 July 1975|
|34||CAPT. Fenn, Dan Edward||23 July 1975 - 24 January 1978|
|35||CAPT. Roth, Charles W.||24 January 1978 - 1 September 1979|
|36||CAPT. Ward, Compton Eugene||1 September 1979 - 14 July 1980|
|37||CAPT. Kelly Jr., James Francis||14 July 1980 - 7 August 1980|
|38||CAPT. Coffey, Roger Lee||7 August1980 - 15 June 1982|
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