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 USS Coontz (DLG-9), USS King (DLG-10), USS Gurke (DD-783) and the USS Rogers (DD-876) USS Coontz (DLG-9), USS King (DLG-10), USS Gurke (DD-783) and the USS Rogers (DD-876)
  
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-0630 – USS COONTZ Made rendezvous with USS KING (DLG-10) and USS GURKE (DD-783) to effect relief of COMDESRON Seventeen by COMDESRON Fifteen as CTU 77.0.1. COONTZ and ROGERS to be relieved as units of Task Element 77.0.1.1 by KING and GURKE respectively. COMDESRON Fifteen assumed SOPA. +0630 – USS COONTZ Made rendezvous with USS KING (DLG-10) and USS GURKE (DD-783) to effect relief of COMDESRON Seventeen by COMDESRON Fifteen as CTU 77.0.1. COONTZ and ROGERS to be relieved as units of Task Element 77.0.1.1 by KING and GURKE respectively. COMDESRON Fifteen assumed SOPA. 
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 0728 – USS KING (late entry) Captain and COMDESRON 15 depart for USS COONTZ. 0728 – USS KING (late entry) Captain and COMDESRON 15 depart for USS COONTZ.
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 1502 – USS GURKE c/s to 24 knots. Proceeding to take station 1000 yards astern of USS COONTZ (DLG-9). When on station guide will bear 230T. Base course is 230T. Base speed is 22 knots. 1502 – USS GURKE c/s to 24 knots. Proceeding to take station 1000 yards astern of USS COONTZ (DLG-9). When on station guide will bear 230T. Base course is 230T. Base speed is 22 knots.
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 1506 – USS GURKE On Station. 1506 – USS GURKE On Station.
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 1535 – USS KING Proceeding to rendezvous with the USS COONTZ. Maneuvering at various courses and various speeds while maintaining station on USS COONTZ, 1000 yards astern, base course 230T, base speed 22 knots. 1535 – USS KING Proceeding to rendezvous with the USS COONTZ. Maneuvering at various courses and various speeds while maintaining station on USS COONTZ, 1000 yards astern, base course 230T, base speed 22 knots.
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 1541 – USS COONTZ Formed a column formation upon joining of KING and ROGERS. COONTZ is guide in station one, KING in station two, GURKE in station three, and ROGERS in station four. Distance between ships is 1000 yards. 1541 – USS COONTZ Formed a column formation upon joining of KING and ROGERS. COONTZ is guide in station one, KING in station two, GURKE in station three, and ROGERS in station four. Distance between ships is 1000 yards.
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 1541 – USS GURKE c/s to 12 knots. On signal from OTC proceeding to take station 3 in a column formation. USS COONTZ (DLG-9) is guide in station 1. USS KING (DLG-10) is in station 2 and USS ROGERS (DD-876) is in station 4. Base course is 230T, base speed 22 knots. When on station the guide will bear 230T, 4000 yards. 1541 – USS GURKE c/s to 12 knots. On signal from OTC proceeding to take station 3 in a column formation. USS COONTZ (DLG-9) is guide in station 1. USS KING (DLG-10) is in station 2 and USS ROGERS (DD-876) is in station 4. Base course is 230T, base speed 22 knots. When on station the guide will bear 230T, 4000 yards.
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 1544 – USS GURKE On station. Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to maintain station. 1544 – USS GURKE On station. Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to maintain station.
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 1548 – USS ROGERS On Station, c/c to 230T. 1548 – USS ROGERS On Station, c/c to 230T.
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 1551 – USS KING On station, USS GURKE 1000 yards astern of USS KING with USS ROGERS 1000 yards astern of the USS GURKE. 1551 – USS KING On station, USS GURKE 1000 yards astern of USS KING with USS ROGERS 1000 yards astern of the USS GURKE.
-1558 – USS KING Signal in the air FORM E. + 
 +1558 – USS KING Signal in the air FORM E. 
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 1600 – USS ROGERS Adjusted to column open order formation. 1600 – USS ROGERS Adjusted to column open order formation.
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 1600 – USS GURKE Proceeding to station #3 of a column open order. When on station the guide will bear 228T at 2000 yards. 1600 – USS GURKE Proceeding to station #3 of a column open order. When on station the guide will bear 228T at 2000 yards.
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 1601 – USS GURKE On station. 1601 – USS GURKE On station.
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 1610 – USS COONTZ Sounded General Quarters. High speed surface contacts bearing 022, range 10 miles. Aircraft reported these contacts are three North Vietnamese PT boats. 1610 – USS COONTZ Sounded General Quarters. High speed surface contacts bearing 022, range 10 miles. Aircraft reported these contacts are three North Vietnamese PT boats.
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 1611 – USS KING c/s to 25 knots. 1611 – USS KING c/s to 25 knots.
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 1611 – USS ROGERS c/bs to 25 knots, hold enemy PT boats on radar. 1611 – USS ROGERS c/bs to 25 knots, hold enemy PT boats on radar.
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 1612 – USS GURKE Form c/s to 25 knots. 1612 – USS GURKE Form c/s to 25 knots.
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 1614 – USS COONTZ Formed a diamond formation. COONTZ is guide in station 1, KING in station 2 bearing 095, distance 2000 yards, GURKE in station 3 bearing 005, distance 2000 yards, ROGERS in station 4 bearing 050, distance 3000 yards. 1614 – USS COONTZ Formed a diamond formation. COONTZ is guide in station 1, KING in station 2 bearing 095, distance 2000 yards, GURKE in station 3 bearing 005, distance 2000 yards, ROGERS in station 4 bearing 050, distance 3000 yards.
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 1614 – USS KING c/c to 205T. 1614 – USS KING c/c to 205T.
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 1614 – USS ROGERS Adjusted to formation Delta. 1614 – USS ROGERS Adjusted to formation Delta.
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 1614 – USS GURKE Went to General Quarters. Proceeding to station #3 in formation Delta, c/c to 250T. 1614 – USS GURKE Went to General Quarters. Proceeding to station #3 in formation Delta, c/c to 250T.
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 1615 – USS ROGERS Went to General Quarters. Set material condition Zebra. 1615 – USS ROGERS Went to General Quarters. Set material condition Zebra.
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 1616 – USS COONTZ Material condition Zebra set throughout the ship. 1616 – USS COONTZ Material condition Zebra set throughout the ship.
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 1616 – USS KING Sounded General Quarters by order of OTC. 1616 – USS KING Sounded General Quarters by order of OTC.
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 1617 – USS KING c/c to 230T, c/s to 25 knots. 1617 – USS KING c/c to 230T, c/s to 25 knots.
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 1619 – USS KING All stations manned and ready. Condition Zebra set. 1619 – USS KING All stations manned and ready. Condition Zebra set.
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 1621 – USS KING 3 contacts bearing 135R evaluated as hostile PT boats. 1621 – USS KING 3 contacts bearing 135R evaluated as hostile PT boats.
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 1622 – USS COONTZ Launched Helo. 1622 – USS COONTZ Launched Helo.
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 1622 – USS KING c/c to 235T. 1622 – USS KING c/c to 235T.
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 1623 – USS KING c/c to 230T. High speed contact course 185T at 25 knots, bearing 020T. Maneuvering at various courses and various speeds while evading high speed surface contacts. 1623 – USS KING c/c to 230T. High speed contact course 185T at 25 knots, bearing 020T. Maneuvering at various courses and various speeds while evading high speed surface contacts.
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 1623 – USS GURKE c/c to 220T. 1623 – USS GURKE c/c to 220T.
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 1624 – USS ROGERS c/bs to 27 knots. 1624 – USS ROGERS c/bs to 27 knots.
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 1624 – USS GURKE Form c/s to 27 knots, on station. Guide bears 185T 225T, 2000 1000 yards. 1624 – USS GURKE Form c/s to 27 knots, on station. Guide bears 185T 225T, 2000 1000 yards.
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 1626 – USS ROGERS Lighted fires under boilers no. one (1) and no. three (3). 1626 – USS ROGERS Lighted fires under boilers no. one (1) and no. three (3).
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 1633 – USS GURKE c/c to 237T. 1633 – USS GURKE c/c to 237T.
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 1634 – USS COONTZ c/c to 140T. Aircraft arrived to assist. Aircraft commenced attacking PT boats. 1634 – USS COONTZ c/c to 140T. Aircraft arrived to assist. Aircraft commenced attacking PT boats.
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 1634 – USS GURKE Visually identified hostile North Vietnamese PT boats bearing 025T, 21000 yards. 1634 – USS GURKE Visually identified hostile North Vietnamese PT boats bearing 025T, 21000 yards.
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 1635 – USS ROGERS c/bc to 140T. 1635 – USS ROGERS c/bc to 140T.
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 1635 – USS GURKE c/c to 145T. 1635 – USS GURKE c/c to 145T.
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 1636 – USS COONTZ c/c to 029T. 1636 – USS COONTZ c/c to 029T.
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 1636 – USS ROGERS c/bc to 036 to close contacts. 1636 – USS ROGERS c/bc to 036 to close contacts.
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 1638 – USS KING Friendly aircraft hold surface contacts under fire. 1638 – USS KING Friendly aircraft hold surface contacts under fire.
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 1638 – USS GURKE c/c to 020T. 1638 – USS GURKE c/c to 020T.
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 1639 – USS COONTZ c/c to 270T. 1639 – USS COONTZ c/c to 270T.
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 1640 – USS ROGERS c/bc to 270T. 1640 – USS ROGERS c/bc to 270T.
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 1640 – USS GURKE Form c/c to 270T. 1640 – USS GURKE Form c/c to 270T.
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 1645 – USS ROGERS All four boilers on the line. 1645 – USS ROGERS All four boilers on the line.
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 1646 – USS COONTZ c/c to 180T. 1646 – USS COONTZ c/c to 180T.
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 1647 – USS ROGERS c/bc to 180T. 1647 – USS ROGERS c/bc to 180T.
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 1648 – USS ROGERS c/bc to 000T. This ship is the guide. 1648 – USS ROGERS c/bc to 000T. This ship is the guide.
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 1648 – USS GURKE Form c/c to 180T. 1648 – USS GURKE Form c/c to 180T.
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 1649 – USS COONTZ c/c TO 000T ROGERS designated guide. 1649 – USS COONTZ c/c TO 000T ROGERS designated guide.
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 1650 – USS ROGERS Friendly aircraft commenced attack on enemy PT boats. 1650 – USS ROGERS Friendly aircraft commenced attack on enemy PT boats.
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 1650 – USS GURKE Form c/c to 001T. USS COONTZ (DLG-9) and USS KING (DLG-10) proceeding to investigate two hostile PT boats dead in the water, disabled by aircraft. USS ROGERS (DD-876) and this ship patrolling between the disabled PT boats and the shore. 1650 – USS GURKE Form c/c to 001T. USS COONTZ (DLG-9) and USS KING (DLG-10) proceeding to investigate two hostile PT boats dead in the water, disabled by aircraft. USS ROGERS (DD-876) and this ship patrolling between the disabled PT boats and the shore.
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 1654 – USS COONTZ Sighted smoke on horizon bearing 040. One PT boat destroyed.1700 – USS COONTZ c/c to 270T. 1654 – USS COONTZ Sighted smoke on horizon bearing 040. One PT boat destroyed.1700 – USS COONTZ c/c to 270T.
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 1702 – USS COONTZ c/c to 180T. 1702 – USS COONTZ c/c to 180T.
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 1704 – USS COONTZ c/c to 090T. 1704 – USS COONTZ c/c to 090T.
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 1705 – USS GURKE c/c to 090T. 1705 – USS GURKE c/c to 090T.
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 1707 – USS COONTZ c/c to 045T. Aircraft have hit remaining twp PT boats. One boat dead in the water with other boat still proceeding toward land. 1707 – USS COONTZ c/c to 045T. Aircraft have hit remaining twp PT boats. One boat dead in the water with other boat still proceeding toward land.
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 1708 – USS GURKE c/c to 045T. 1708 – USS GURKE c/c to 045T.
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 1712 – USS GURKE c/c to 040T. 1712 – USS GURKE c/c to 040T.
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 1716 – USS KING All contacts dead in water. Appear to be damaged. 1716 – USS KING All contacts dead in water. Appear to be damaged.
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 1720 – USS ROGERS Three PT boats dead in water and smoking. Proceeding on various courses and speeds to close contacts. ​ 1720 – USS ROGERS Three PT boats dead in water and smoking. Proceeding on various courses and speeds to close contacts. ​
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 1724 – USS GURKE c/c to 035T. 1724 – USS GURKE c/c to 035T.
  
 1728 – USS KING 5 men in water off Starboard Beam. KING designated for pickup. Maneuvering at various courses and various speeds while approaching survivors. 1728 – USS KING 5 men in water off Starboard Beam. KING designated for pickup. Maneuvering at various courses and various speeds while approaching survivors.
-1729 – USS COONTZ Sighted survivors of destroyed PT boats. KING directed to pick upsurvivors. COONTZ proceeding to DIW PT boat bearing 038, distance 12000 yards. ROGERS and GURKE proceeding to PT boat attempting to reach land.+ 
 +1729 – USS COONTZ Sighted survivors of destroyed PT boats. KING directed to pick up survivors. COONTZ proceeding to DIW PT boat bearing 038, distance 12000 yards. ROGERS and GURKE proceeding to PT boat attempting to reach land. 
 1730 – USS GURKE c/s to 27 knots, c/c to 345T. 1730 – USS GURKE c/s to 27 knots, c/c to 345T.
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 1731 – USS COONTZ c/c to 030T. The Captain assumed the Conn. 1731 – USS COONTZ c/c to 030T. The Captain assumed the Conn.
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 1734 – USS COONTZ c/c to 025T. Closing PT boat to capture crew and PT boat. 1734 – USS COONTZ c/c to 025T. Closing PT boat to capture crew and PT boat.
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 1734 – USS KING Sighted 8 men in water. Stationed recovery detail. 1734 – USS KING Sighted 8 men in water. Stationed recovery detail.
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 1734 – USS GURKE c/c to 350T, c/s to 28 knots. 1734 – USS GURKE c/c to 350T, c/s to 28 knots.
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 1736 – USS GURKE c/c to 258T. 1736 – USS GURKE c/c to 258T.
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 1737 – USS GURKE c/c to 090T. 1737 – USS GURKE c/c to 090T.
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 1739 – USS KING Utility boat in water. 1739 – USS KING Utility boat in water.
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 1739 – USS GURKE c/c to 070T. 1739 – USS GURKE c/c to 070T.
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 1740 – USS COONTZ Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to close PT boat. Boat is floating very low in the water with a port list and appears to be sinking by the bow. 1740 – USS COONTZ Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to close PT boat. Boat is floating very low in the water with a port list and appears to be sinking by the bow.
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 1740 – USS ROGERS Enemy craft assigned this ship sunk. Commenced steering various courses and speeds to remain between mainland and COONTZ and KING while they pick up survivors. 1740 – USS ROGERS Enemy craft assigned this ship sunk. Commenced steering various courses and speeds to remain between mainland and COONTZ and KING while they pick up survivors.
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 1744 – USS COONTZ Attempted to get PT boat personnel to enter water to be picked up. Personnel not complying with directions. 1744 – USS COONTZ Attempted to get PT boat personnel to enter water to be picked up. Personnel not complying with directions.
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 1744 – USS GURKE c/c to 100T. 1744 – USS GURKE c/c to 100T.
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 1750 – USS COONTZ c/c to 250T, c/s to 15 knots to recover Helo. 1750 – USS COONTZ c/c to 250T, c/s to 15 knots to recover Helo.
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 1750 – USS GURKE c/s to 15 knots, c/c to 290T. 1750 – USS GURKE c/s to 15 knots, c/c to 290T.
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 1753 – USS COONTZ Helo recovered on fantail. 1753 – USS COONTZ Helo recovered on fantail.
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 1753 – USS GURKE PT boat awash to port. 1753 – USS GURKE PT boat awash to port.
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 1755 – USS COONTZ c/c to 070T c/s to 20 knots to close PT boat again. 1755 – USS COONTZ c/c to 070T c/s to 20 knots to close PT boat again.
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 1759 – USS KING 2 survivors in utility boat, remaining refuse aid. 1759 – USS KING 2 survivors in utility boat, remaining refuse aid.
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 1803 – USS COONTZ Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to close PT boat and remain in vicinity of boat. Lowered Utility boat into water to make PT boat and capture personnel. 1803 – USS COONTZ Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to close PT boat and remain in vicinity of boat. Lowered Utility boat into water to make PT boat and capture personnel.
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 1806 – USS COONTZ PT boat capsized and sinking by the bow. 1806 – USS COONTZ PT boat capsized and sinking by the bow.
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 1807 – USS COONTZ PT boat sunk. Crew in the water. 1807 – USS COONTZ PT boat sunk. Crew in the water.
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 1808 – USS GURKE c/c to 280T. 1808 – USS GURKE c/c to 280T.
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 1810 – USS GURKE c/c to 060T. 1810 – USS GURKE c/c to 060T.
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 1812 – USS GURKE c/s to 16 knots. 1812 – USS GURKE c/s to 16 knots.
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 1815 – USS COONTZ Utility boat has recovered all PT boat crewmen – a total of 12 men. 1815 – USS COONTZ Utility boat has recovered all PT boat crewmen – a total of 12 men.
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 1816 – USS KING 3rd survivor in utility boat. Motor Whale boat in water. 1816 – USS KING 3rd survivor in utility boat. Motor Whale boat in water.
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 1818 – USS KING Set Helo flight quarters. 1818 – USS KING Set Helo flight quarters.
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 1823 – USS COONTZ All prisoners on board. 1823 – USS COONTZ All prisoners on board.
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 1824 – USS KING Helo on deck. COONTZ closing KING. KING utility boat picked up 6 survivors total. 4 still in water. 1824 – USS KING Helo on deck. COONTZ closing KING. KING utility boat picked up 6 survivors total. 4 still in water.
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 1825 – USS GURKE c/c to 250T. 1825 – USS GURKE c/c to 250T.
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 1826 – USS COONTZ Hoisted Utility boat into the skids. c/c to 200T, c/s to 15 knots. Proceeding to KING. 1826 – USS COONTZ Hoisted Utility boat into the skids. c/c to 200T, c/s to 15 knots. Proceeding to KING.
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 1832 – USS KING Transferring all survivors to USS COONTZ. 1832 – USS KING Transferring all survivors to USS COONTZ.
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 1832 – USS GURKE c/c to 190T. 1832 – USS GURKE c/c to 190T.
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 1833 – USS COONTZ c/c to 195. 1833 – USS COONTZ c/c to 195.
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 1837 – USS COONTZ c/s to 10 knots. 1837 – USS COONTZ c/s to 10 knots.
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 1838 – USS KING Set condition Yoke. 1838 – USS KING Set condition Yoke.
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 1840 – USS COONTZ Maneuvering to remain in vicinity of KING. Lowered utility boat into water. Transferred COMDESRON 15 staff and KING personnel to KING. 1840 – USS COONTZ Maneuvering to remain in vicinity of KING. Lowered utility boat into water. Transferred COMDESRON 15 staff and KING personnel to KING.
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 1844 – USS KING Secure from General Quarters. 1844 – USS KING Secure from General Quarters.
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 1845 – USS GURKE c/c to 090T. 1845 – USS GURKE c/c to 090T.
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 1850 – USS KING Utility boat USS COONTZ alongside. Captain and COMDESRON 15 returned aboard. 1850 – USS KING Utility boat USS COONTZ alongside. Captain and COMDESRON 15 returned aboard.
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 1854 – USS KING Set General Quarters. 1854 – USS KING Set General Quarters.
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 1854 – USS GURKE c/c to 254T. 1854 – USS GURKE c/c to 254T.
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 1857 – USS KING All stations manned, condition Zebra set. 1857 – USS KING All stations manned, condition Zebra set.
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 1857 – USS GURKE c/c to 240T. 1857 – USS GURKE c/c to 240T.
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 1903 – USS KING 2 survivors in water close aboard to Port, resisting recovery. 1903 – USS KING 2 survivors in water close aboard to Port, resisting recovery.
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 1905 – USS COONTZ Received six (6) personnel from KING’s Utility boat. 1905 – USS COONTZ Received six (6) personnel from KING’s Utility boat.
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 1910 – USS COONTZ Hoisted Utility boat into the skids. 1910 – USS COONTZ Hoisted Utility boat into the skids.
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 1913 – USS GURKE c/c to 060T. 1913 – USS GURKE c/c to 060T.
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 1915 – USS COONTZ Received one (1) additional prisoner from KING’s boat. A total of nineteen prisoners are on board. Two of these are seriously wounded. Squadron doctor providing medical care. 1915 – USS COONTZ Received one (1) additional prisoner from KING’s boat. A total of nineteen prisoners are on board. Two of these are seriously wounded. Squadron doctor providing medical care.
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 1915 – USS KING 1 survivor recovered by force. Transferred to USS COONTZ. No further rescue attempts being made. 1915 – USS KING 1 survivor recovered by force. Transferred to USS COONTZ. No further rescue attempts being made.
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 1915 – USS ROGERS Observed sunset. 1915 – USS ROGERS Observed sunset.
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 1916 – USS KING Picked up Utility and Motor Whale boats. 1916 – USS KING Picked up Utility and Motor Whale boats.
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 1920 – USS COONTZ COMDESRON Fifteen embarked in KING relieved COMDESRON Seventeen as CTU 77.0.1. 1920 – USS COONTZ COMDESRON Fifteen embarked in KING relieved COMDESRON Seventeen as CTU 77.0.1.
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 1920 – USS KING Secured recovery detail. 1920 – USS KING Secured recovery detail.
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 1923 – USS COONTZ Formed a column formation. COONTZ is guide in station one. ROGERS is in station two, 1000 yards astern. Course is 225. Speed is 20 knots. 1923 – USS COONTZ Formed a column formation. COONTZ is guide in station one. ROGERS is in station two, 1000 yards astern. Course is 225. Speed is 20 knots.
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 1923 – USS ROGERS Maneuvering to take station two (2) of a column formation. Base course 225T, base speed 20 knots with COONTZ in station one (1) as guide. KING and GURKE detached to go on duty assigned. 1923 – USS ROGERS Maneuvering to take station two (2) of a column formation. Base course 225T, base speed 20 knots with COONTZ in station one (1) as guide. KING and GURKE detached to go on duty assigned.
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 1924 – USS GURKE c/s to 10 knots, c/c to 170T. 1924 – USS GURKE c/s to 10 knots, c/c to 170T.
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 1927 – USS GURKE c/c to 120T, c/s to 15 knots. 1927 – USS GURKE c/c to 120T, c/s to 15 knots.
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 1928 – USS KING c/s to 15 knots, c/s to 20 knots. 1928 – USS KING c/s to 15 knots, c/s to 20 knots.
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 1929 – USS GURKE c/s to 20 knots, c/c to 200T. Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to take station 1200 to 1500 yards bearing 205T to the USS KING (DLG-10). 1929 – USS GURKE c/s to 20 knots, c/c to 200T. Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to take station 1200 to 1500 yards bearing 205T to the USS KING (DLG-10).
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 1930 – USS COONTZ c/c to 185T. 1930 – USS COONTZ c/c to 185T.
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 1930 – USS ROGERS c/bc to 185T. 1930 – USS ROGERS c/bc to 185T.
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 1932 – USS COONTZ c/c to 170, c/s to 25 knots. Enroute to rendezvous with USS CONSTELLATION (CVA-64). GURKE and KING proceeding to night SAR DD area. 1932 – USS COONTZ c/c to 170, c/s to 25 knots. Enroute to rendezvous with USS CONSTELLATION (CVA-64). GURKE and KING proceeding to night SAR DD area.
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 1933 – USS ROGERS c/bc to 170T. 1933 – USS ROGERS c/bc to 170T.
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 1934 – USS COONTZ Material condition Yoke set throughout the ship, secured from General Quarters. Set condition of readiness III. 1934 – USS COONTZ Material condition Yoke set throughout the ship, secured from General Quarters. Set condition of readiness III.
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 1934 – USS KING c/c to 250T. 1934 – USS KING c/c to 250T.
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 1935 – USS KING c/c to 240T. 1935 – USS KING c/c to 240T.
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 1936 – USS KING c/s to 22 knots, c/c to 215T. 1936 – USS KING c/s to 22 knots, c/c to 215T.
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 1941 – USS ROGERS Set material condition Yoke. 1941 – USS ROGERS Set material condition Yoke.
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 1943 – USS ROGERS Secured from General Quarters. 1943 – USS ROGERS Secured from General Quarters.
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 1945 – USS KING Numerous contacts bearing 126R 14 miles. 1945 – USS KING Numerous contacts bearing 126R 14 miles.
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 1947 – USS KING c/c to 210T. 1947 – USS KING c/c to 210T.
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 1956 – USS GURKE On station, base course 210T, base speed 22 knots. Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to maintain station. 1956 – USS GURKE On station, base course 210T, base speed 22 knots. Maneuvering on various courses at various speeds to maintain station.
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 1958 – USS KING Set condition Yoke, secure from General Quarters. 1958 – USS KING Set condition Yoke, secure from General Quarters.
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 2005 – USS GURKE Secured from General Quarters. 2005 – USS GURKE Secured from General Quarters.