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USS Horne 1967-2008 (2min 42sec)

The Horne has sailed her final voyage. This is a video tribute to the ship and her crew.

 

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CAN'T TOUCH THIS
(4min 18sec)

It's early 1990 and although they don't know it, the crew of the Horne is close to going to war. This video is a sampling of underway activities that can't be touched.

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Two full hours of Horne History)

 

UNDERWAY REPLENISHMENT
(5min 52sec)
It's February, 1991. Horne is on station in the Persian Gulf during Operation Desert Storm. Supplies are getting low and Horne's fuel tanks are running dry. Watch as the USS San Diego (AFS 6) and the USS Missouri (BB-63) come along side Horne for Underway Replenishment.
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IN THE NAVY
(3min 35sec)

Sure Navy life was difficult. But you have to admit there were plenty of fun times. This video shot during Horne's 1991 Desert Storm deployment will help you remember some of the good things about being "In The Navy."
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MINE GAMES
(6min 20sec)
 
It's April, 1991. Horne is on station in the Northern Persian Gulf along with USS Tripoli (LPH-10) and USS Princeton (CG-59). Both Tripoli and Princeton have just struck mines. Despite the demonstrated danger, Horne is ordered to stay put and provide air-cover for the striken ships. Horne remains on station for 12 days in what is later identified as Iraqi Minefield 5 infested with deadly mines. This video documents the destruction of one of those mines discovered by Horne.
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SHOOT!
(4min 40sec)

Ever wonder how the missiles get from the magazine to the rails? This rare video explains all. From the Magazine to the rails and beyond... this video from a 1990 training deployment in the Western Pacific Missile Testing range shows not only numerous missile shoots but Horne's 5" 54 is put through her paces as well.

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Two full hours of Horne History)

 

REVEILLE
(4min 40sec)

by BROTHERS' INK PRODUCTIONS!

 

ANHEUSER BUSCH (30sec)
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It was a favorite from the Super Bowl Commercials in 2005. Some people were offended because they claimed the evil beer company was using soldiers to sell beer. I think it was a nice gesture and a great commercial!

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Music of the U.S. Navy

1. The "Navy Hymn" - US Navy Sea Chanters - LISTEN
2. The "Navy Hymn" - US Navy Band - LISTEN
3. Anchors Aweigh (version 1) - US Navy Band - LISTEN
4. Anchors Aweigh (version 2) - US Navy Band - LISTEN
5. Anchors Aweigh (version 3) - US Navy Band - LISTEN
6. Fight, Fight, Fight. - US Navy Band - LISTEN
7. Navy Blue & Gold - US Navy Band - LISTEN
8. Navy Victory March - US Navy Band - LISTEN
9. Up With the Navy - US Navy Band - LISTEN
10. US Naval Academy Band March - US Navy Band - LISTEN

Music of the US Navy

 

TURNER/LUPIA CHANGE OF COMMAND (12min 40sec)

On July 26, 1968, while on station in the Gulf of Tonkin during the Vietnam War, Captain Stansfield Turner (Horne's 1st CO) was Relieved by Captain Archy Lupia (Horne's 2nd CO). See also Captain Turner's Change of Command Letter. This is the audio recording of Horne's first change of command.

(Compliments of Plankowner IC2 Ron Joly. In Horne 1966-1968.)

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USS HORNE ASSISTS IN FIRST MIG KILL (12min 12sec)

In the summer of 1968, USS Horne directed two US F-8H fighters to intercept and destroy an enemy Mig-21 that had just taken off from it's base in North Vietnam. Horne's CIC officer is call sign Raider/Red Crown. Rootbeer 1 & 2 are the US F-8s. Fox 1 & 2 are the codenames for the Sidewinder missiles.1010-011 is a US tanker.   After the kill, Horne assists in directing the refueling operation of the two US fighters which are extremely low on fuel.

(Compliments of Plankowner IC2 Ron Joly. In Horne 1966-1968.)

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MERRY CHRISTMAS FROM THE TONKIN GULF

Merry Christmas from the Tonkin Gulf. Listen to a 1972 Christmas Eve Mess Decks Christmas Carol. The sound of the ship at sea is great!

(Compliments of CTM2 Vernon Sullivan 1972-1973)


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This site was created by Joe Westerberg, former IC1 (SW) on Horne 89-91.

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