Looking from 5" gun to the stern Looking aft from bridge over the signal bridge (starboard side) Escorting a sub off Subic Bay HOLT looking down from the mast toward the stern On board the USS HOLT On board the USS HOLT
Airing out the mattresses
USS HOLT (DE-706) "Final Score"
The four Japanese flags on the side of the pilot house represented the Japanese planes the HOLT was credited with shooting down.
Subic Bay, PI
USS HOLT under tow arriving in Seattle, WA (1962) USS HOLT under tow arriving in Seattle, WA (1962) USS HOLT alongside Pier 90 with tug in Seattle, WA (1962)
End of the tow of USS HOLT in 1962 as she was delivered to Pier 91, Seattle, WA prepatory to being refitted for service in the Korean Navy.
Republic of Korea Ship Chungnam (DE73)
This photo of the Republic of Korea Ship Chung Nam (DE-73), formerly USS HOLT (DE-706) was taken as the ship left Portland, Oregon in 1963 after undergoing an extensive refitting. The ship was turned over to the Korean Navy in formal ceremonies held at pier 91, Naval Station, Seattle, WA on June 19, 1963. The name Chung Nam is an abbreviated form of CHUNGCHONG-NAMDO. Translated, this means "Faithful, clear south province."
1971, Korean Navy