Contributed by: Jim Michels
DD 722 - The Photos

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May 19, 1951
Photo submitted by: Robert Brinkley, (MM3 1949-51)

Submitted by Steve Kendjelic
Edward Kendjelic - on the left

Contributed by: Jim Michels
1965: Steve Feldmen - Jim Michels - Miller


William Haden, 1957


More Photo's:

Photo 002 USS Barton heading in the Great Lakes thru the locks (Jul/Aug of 1965) Contributed by: James Michels

Photo 003 RDM Edwin B. Dexter, WW-II CO in Pacific Operations and Cdr. Lawrence Traynor, the last CO of Barton DD-722. Contributed by: Charles J. Schaus

Photo 004 Photo submitted by: IC3 Earl T. Denton

Photo 005 Photo submitted by: IC3 Earl T. Denton

Photo 008 This photo shows the location of the USS Barton (DD-722) as well as burial site for Admiral Ed Dexter. Contributed by: Charles J. Schaus

Photo 009 Launching Contributed by: Charles J. Schaus

Photo 010 The ship - early in her career. Contributed by Steve Kendjelic on behalf of his father, Edward Kendjelic.

Photo 012 Officers Submitted by Steve Kendjelic

Photo 013 Presidential Unit Citation Contributed by Steve Kendjelic on behalf of his father, Edward Kendjelic .

Photo 014 Shipmates Contributed by Steve Kendjelic on behalf of his father, Edward Kendjelic .

Photo 015 Shipmates Submitted by Steve Kendjelic on behalf of his father, Edward Kendjelic

Photo 016 Final Scorecard Contributed by Steve Kendjelic on behalf of his father, Edward Kendjelic .

Photo 017 Contributed by: Robert Brinkley, (MM3 1949-51)

Photo 020 May 19, 1951. Photo submitted by: Robert Brinkley, (MM3 1949-51)

Photo 022 Jim Ship's Serviceman 1966. Courtesey of: Jim Michels

Photo 026 1963: USS Barton maneuvering to un-mask her 5" batteries. Contributed by Ed White from the USS Borie

Photo 029 I was a passenger on the DD-722 in June 1946, part of the Security Team from the Manhattan Project, as we carried one of the bomb components for Operation Crossroads. I don't have any photos, but attached are copies of a couple of things that I've kept all these years. I was discharged after returning from Bikini and re-entered the Army in 1948; retired in 1975 as a Colonel in the Signal Corps. Contributed by William W. Chandler

Photo 030 Same as #29 Contributed by William W. Chandler

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