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Indienststelling - 1954

 

RG80GNo638952PCE1606 638952, dated 01 May 54. Launching of the USS PCE 1606 (Hr.Ms. Vos) at the General Ship and Engine Works Inc., East Boston, MA. L to R: Mr. Byron C. Hedblom, Vice President of the General Ship and Engine Works Inc., Mrs. Philip W. Snyder, Sponsor, Miss Katherine Watts, Maid of Honor, Capt. Philip W. Snyder, Commander Boston Naval Shipyard, Mr. Carl G. Hedblom, President of General Ship and Engine Works Inc., Capt. Joseph L. Bird, Sup Ship and INS ORD Planning Officer.
RG80GNo638953PCE1606 638953, dated 01 May 54. Launching of the USS PCE 1606 (Hr.Ms. Vos) at the General Ship and Engine Works Inc., East Boston, MA. Mrs. Philip W. Snyder, Sponsor, and Mr. I.W. Barkman, Treasurer of General Ship and Engine Works Inc., East Boston, MA.
RG80GNo638954PCE1606 638954, dated 01 May 54. Launching of the USS PCE 1606 (Hr.Ms. Vos) at the General Ship and Engine Works Inc., East Boston, MA. Mrs. Philip W. Snyder, Sponsor.
RG80GNo639257PCE1608 639257, dated 11 June 54. Transfer of USS PCE-1608 (Hr.Ms. Panter) and PCE-1609 (Hr.Ms. Jaguar) to Netherlands Navy at Naval Station New Orleans, LA. Capt. F.H. Gardner, USN, C.O. (left), accepts a vase, on behalf of the station, presented him by RADM Gerard Koudijis (RNN) as a token of appreciation and friendship extended officers and men of the ships which were transferred.
RG80GNo639258PCE1608 639258, dated 11 June 54. Transfer of USS PCE-1608 (Panter)and PCE 1609 (Jaguar) to Netherlands Navy at Naval Station New Orleans, LA. RADM Gerard Koudijis (RNN) signs the papers as Capt. F.H. Gardner, USN, looks on.
RG80GNo639259PCE1608 639259, dated 11 June 54. Transfer of USS PCE-1608 (Panter) and PCE 1609 (Jaguar) to Netherlands Navy at Naval Station New Orleans, LA. Men of HNLMS Panter and HNLMS Jaguar stand with heads bared during the benediction which followed the transfer ceremony.
RG80GNo640218PCE1607 640218, dated 01 May 54. Netherlands Ship Wolf (ex-PCE-1607). At sea.
RG80GNo640291PCE1607 640291, dated April 54. Netherlands ship HNLMS Wolf (ex-PCE-1607) at full dress for birthday of Netherlands Queens. The ship was attached to the Fleet Training Group, Chesapeake Bay, Norfolk, VA.
RG80GNo640300PCE1607 640300, 11 May 54. Crewman aboard Netherlands Patrol Craft Wolf (ex-PCE-1607) underway with Fleet Training Group, Chesapeake Bay, Norfolk, VA., don life jackets during collision drill.
RG80GNo640301PCE1607 640301, 11 May 54. LTS I.H.J. Haakman, C.O. (left) and LCDR John R. Riediger, USN, Liaison Officer on bridge of Netherlands Patrol Craft Wolf (ex-PCE-1607).
RG80GNo640302PCE1607 640302, 11 May 54. Netherlands Patrol Craft Wolf (ex-PCE-1607). Gun crew goes into action as C.E. Shealy (GMC) USN, Shipboard Instructor and LCDR J.R. Riediger, USN, Liaison Officer (top center)stand by.
RG80GNo640303PCE1607 640303, 11 May 54. Netherlands Patrol Craft Wolf (ex-PCE-1607). Firing 40mm Gun Mount are (L to R) MATR 1 J. Jansen, LTZ 3 M.C. Tromp (foreground), KPLGSKNST C.P.V. Arnhem, MATR 3 G Geerestein, MATR 1 A.V.D Tuuk, unknown sailor (seated), and LCDR J.R. Riediger, USN Liaison Officer.
RG80GNo640304PCE1607 640304, 11 May 54. Netherlands Patrol Craft Wolf (ex-PCE-1607). Gun crew opens fire during gunnery operations at sea.
RG80GNo640305PCE1607 640305, 20 May 54. Sailors of Belgian Mine Sweeper (ex AM-153) and Netherlands HNLMS Wolf (ex-PCE-1607) gather at garden at historic Williamsburg, VA. The group was undergoing training with the Fleet Training Group, Chesapeake Bay, Norfolk, VA.
RG80GNo640306PCE1604 640306, 07 June 54. ex-PCE-1604, Norfolk, VA. Transferred to Netherlands Navy.
RG80GNo640310PCE1604 640310, 07 Jun 54. Men aboard the Netherlands ship HNLMS Fret (ex-PCE-1604) undergoing training with the Fleet Training Group, Chesapeake Bay, Norfolk, VA. Gun crew on the 3" 50 goes to General Quarters.
RG80GNo640311PCE1604 640311, 07 Jun 54. Aboard the Netherlands ship HNLMS Fret (ex-PCE-1604). Signaling on the bridge is M.C.V. Gelder (QSM2) left, and G.V.D. Horst (QSM2).
RG80GNo640312PCE1604 640312, 07 Jun 54. Aboard the Netherlands ship HNLMS Fret (ex-PCE-1604). Prepare to lower the life boat during abandon ship drill.
RG80GNo640313PCE1604 640313, 07 Jun 54. Aboard the Netherlands ship HNLMS Fret (ex-PCE-1604). Lt. W.J. Flynn, USN, Liaison Officer, gives a lecture on the use of headphones.
RG80GNo646393PCE1609 646393, 15 Jul 54. Ex-PCE-1609. Transferred to Netherlands Navy. At sea.
RG80GNo663289PCE1605 663289, 13 Sep 54. On board HNLMS Hermelyn (ex-PCE1605), which the U.S. transferred to the Netherlands Navy under the Mutual Defense Assistance Pact. Personnel of ship man the 3" 50 gun during general quarters drill.
RG80GNo663290PCE1605 663290, On board HNLMS Hermelyn (ex-PCE1605), W. Holtkamp (QMS2) signals on bridge of ship.

 

 

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