Kyne DE-744 - History

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Kyne

(DE-744: dp. 1,240, 1. 306'; b. 36'8", dr. 8'9", s. 21 k.; cgl. 186, a. 3 3", 2 40mm., 10 20mm., 9 dcp., 2 dct., 3 21" tt.; cl. Cannon)

Kyne (DE-744) was laid down on 16 April 1943, by the Western Pipe & Steel Co,, Los Angeles, Calif., launched 15 August 1943, sponsored by Mrs. Alma Marion Kyne, widow of Ens. Kyne, and commissioned 4 April 1944, Comdr. A. Jackson, Jr., in command.

After shakedown along the West Coast, Kyne cleared Los Angeles 6 June 1944, to join the Pacific Fleet. Following training and escort duty at Pearl Harbor, Kyne was underway 12 August to screen a task force which brought material and ships for the impending Palau Islands invasion. She departed Manus 15 September as escort to transports filled with garrison troops and supplies, landing at Peleliu 20 September. Kvne sailed the same day as escort to a convoy carrying wounded marines from the scene of battle.

For the next 3 months the destroyer escort continued screening operations out of Ulithi for a fleet logistic support unit which replenished both Task Force 38 and Task Force 58. Departing Ulithi 2 January 1945, Kyle provided escort service for refueling operations in support of the Luzon landings (January. She remained on station in the Philippines before returning Ulithi 21 January to prepare for the Iwo Jima landings.

Operating together with support units, she departed Ulithi 8 February to provide a screen for refueling operations during the Iwo Jima invasion. When that island was secure, giving the United States an air strip vitally needed as base for future B-29 raids on Japan, Kyne returned Ulithi 5 March. Sailing again 25 March as a screen to oilers, she made her way to Okinawa—the last step on the road to Japan. She continued screen and patrol operations for the support unit throughout most of the Okinawa campaign, returning Ulithi 21 May.

Kyne cleared San Pedro Bay, P.I., 26 June to screen escort carriers as they provided air support fo rthe invasion near Balikpapan, Borneo. Following the Borneo landings, she returned to the logistic support group during July as planes of the fleet rained fire on the Japanese home islands. Upon cessation of hostilities 14 August and after 43 days at sea, Kyne arrived Tokyo Bay 28 August as part of the occupation force. Departing Yokosuka 2 October, the destroyer escort arrived Philadelphia 23 November via Pearl Harbor and Long Beach. Kyne deeommissioned at Green Cove Springs, Fla., 14 June 1946.

During 1947 Kyne was designated in service, in reserve, and operated as a reserve training ship out of Fort Schuyler, N.Y. She recommissioned 21 November 1950, Lt. Comdr. Carl L. Scherrer in command, and was assigned to the 3d Naval District as a reserve training ship. For the next nine years, Kyne provided the training necessary to maintain a well-drilled reserve, ready to defend the nation during any crisis. Kvne decommissioned 17 June 1960, at New York and remains in the Atlantic Reserve Fleet at Philadelphia.

Kyne received six battle stars for World War II service.


Kyne DE-744 - History

Past Destroyer Escort Day Graphics and Page Exerpts

Destroyer Escort Day pays homage to the Destroyer Escort sailors killed in World War II, Korea and Vietnam and to the Destroyer Escorts lost in action. This day of honor includes those who served in DEs, APDs and FFs.

The first Destroyer Escort Day was held at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum in New York City on June 16, 1990. The third Saturday in June is now recognized and celebrated by the National Destroyer Escort Sailors Association, Destroyer Escort Historical Museum and all of the Destroyer Escort Sailors Association Chapters nationwide.

Each chapter prepares and conducts its own program to honor the ships and crews. Numerous Governors issue Proclamations naming the third Saturday of June as Destroyer Escort Day. The first Proclamation was issued on Saturday, June 20, 1998 by Governor George E. Pataki.

On Friday June 20, 2008, DE sailors were remembered and honored, as well as remembering those who have sailed their final seas, in a service aboard USS SLATER DE-766 in Albany, NY.

The Garden State Chapter of New Jersey held its annual DE Day memorial service Saturday June 21, 2008 at the USS SOLAR DE-221 Memorial at the Naval Weapons Station Earle in Leonardo, NJ.


A USS UNDERHILL DE 682 survivor remembers his lost shipmates

View Many More Photos from the Garden State Chapter DE Day Service

Sunday, June 22, 2008

Those killed on destroyers saluted
By Tom Caprood, The Record
www.troyrecord.com

Members of the USS Slaters salute those who have passed. Tom Killips - The Record, ALBANY

A number of elected officials gathered aboard the nation’s sole floating destroyer Saturday to celebrate Destroyer Escort Day, an annual ceremony to honor those lost aboard the ships that defended convoys of men and naval supplies from attacks by kamikaze air attacks and Nazi U-boats through our nation’s history.

U.S. Navy veterans paid tribute to the destroyer escort sailors who were killed in World War II, Korea and Vietnam, as well as the ships that were lost in action, by dropping a red, white or blue carnation into the Hudson River from the stern of the USS Slater, the city’s historic destroyer escort museum.

“These valiant men, more than 1,300 strong, gave their lives so that we all might live in freedom,” said Mayor Gerald Jennings. “That is why it’s so important that we never forget what they did for us and why the USS Slater is such an important symbol of their time and of their sacrifice.”

Jennings recalled seeing the ship pulled up to the city’s dock 11 years ago and wondering what he had gotten himself into as he stared at the once rust-covered ship before watching undergo a tremendous transformation over the years into the fully restored condition it sits in today.

“Thanks to the thousands of volunteer work hours put in, the USS Slater stands as a legacy for the sacrifice made by our sailors during the greatest war in world history,” said Jennings.

U.S. Rep. Michael McNulty, D-Green Island, first recognized his father, Jack McNulty, who was in the audience, as a World War II veteran before commending Jennings and all of the volunteers who had worked to bring the USS Slater to its current condition.

“It’s important for me to remember that had it not been for all of the men and women who served in the United States military through the years, the rest of us wouldn’t be able to go around bragging about how we live in the freest and most open democracy on Earth,” said McNulty.

Mike Russo, a representative for U.S. Rep. Kirsten Gillibrand, was also on hand to participate in the ceremony.

“Today we have the opportunity to not only honor all the Navy personnel who served through the years on destroyer escorts but also the chance to reflect on the service and sacrifice of all those who have served our country and continue to serve today,” said Russo.

Assemblyman Jack McEneny, D-Albany, said that he felt honored to remember the sailors who made the supreme sacrifice for our nation and also noted how valuable the USS Slater had become as a local historical resource for young people.

“They get to experience the sounds, smell and feel of the USS Slater, bringing an element of reality that no formal monument or letters in a book are going to convey to them,” said McEneny.

Albany County Executive Michael Breslin and Rensselaer County Executive Kathy Jimino also spoke briefly about honoring the heroics of crews who served on destroyer escorts, as well as the important role the ships played in protecting the nation’s ships.

The first Destroyer Escort Day was held at the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum in New York City on June 16, 1990.

The third Saturday in June is now recognized and celebrated by the National Destroyer Escort Sailors Association, Destroyer Escort Historical Museum and all of the Destroyer Escort Sailors Association chapters nationwide.

DE Day Proclamation - Maine

Friday June 20, 2008 - Gov. John E. Baldacci shakes hands with John Dube, a World War II veteran from Jay, before presenting a proclamation naming June 21, as Destroyer Escort Day throughout the state. By statute, the governor issues a proclamation naming the third Saturday in June of each year as Destroyer Escort Day.

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DE Day Proclamation - Michigan

Whereas, During World War II, destroyer escorts were a special class of fighting ships capable of performing an impressive variety of duties even though they were lightly armed and had little protection from enemy fire and,

Whereas, Destroyer Escorts were successful in completing a wide range of combat assignments, including anti-submarine duty, convoy escorts, shore bombardments, and search and rescue missions and,

Whereas, Today, the Destroyer Escorts are remembered for being one of the most versatile and useful ships in recent history and,

Whereas, The citizens of Michigan have tremendous pride in our servicemen who courageously served aboard Destroyer Escorts during World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War and now therefore be it,

Resolved, That I, Jennifer M. Granholm, Governor of the State of Michigan, do hereby proclaim June 21, 2008, as Destroyer Escort Day in Michigan, and I encourage the citizens of Michigan to reflect on the contributions of Destroyer Escorts and the gallant bravery of those who proudly served aboard these magnificent ships.

DESA hopes that each of you had a happy DE Day. We salute you and remember those crewmembers lost in service. Read the DE Roll of Honor.

On Saturday, June 19, 2004, Destroyer Escort Sailors across the nation were honored. Many local DESA Chapters held ceremonies honoring DE sailors as well as remembering those who have sailed their final seas.

One such Chapter was the Capital District, CAP-DESA, located in Albany, New York. This information was submitted by Bob Donlon SOG 3/c , USS ROBERT F. KELLER DE-419 .

The DE DAY Memorial Observance program below was held on Saturday June 19, 2004 at 0930 hours aboard the USS SLATER DE-766.

Master of Ceremony - CAPT Greg Krawczyk, USNR

DEHF Officials - Frank Lasch, President Dr. Martin Davis, Vice-Chairman RADM Paul J. Czesak, NYNM (Ret), Vice President

Honorable Gerald D. Jennings - Mayor of Albany

Honorable Ronald Canestrari - Assemblyman-106th Assembly District

Honorable Robert G. Prentiss - Assemblyman-109th Assembly District

Honorable Michael G. Breslin - Albany County Executive

Honorable Kathleen M. Jimino - Rensselaer County Executive

Robert F. Cross - Commissioner City of Albany Dept. of Water & Water Supply, Chairman, Albany Port District Commission

MAJ Willard F. Lochridge, IV - NYNM CMDR MEBS

Award Recipients:
CW04 Charles Marshall
BM2 Elizabeth Spain
Richard Smith, USS EVARTS DE-5
Raymond Lammers, USS TATUM APD-81

Musical Selections - Robert Ditton, Piper Albany Police Pipes & Drums

City of Albany Welcome - Mayor Gerald D. Jennings and Commissioner Robert F. Cross

Presentation of Colors - USS SLATER Color Guard
Lawrence G. Williams EM2

National Anthem - USS SLATER 1MC Sounds
Jerry Jones, ET1

Invocation - CDR Earle E. Flatt, USNR (Ret)

What is DE Day - Dr. Martin Davis, Vice-Chairman, DEHM

Award Presentation - RADM Paul J. Czesak, NYNM (Ret) and
MAJ Willard F. Lochridge, IV, NYNM CMDR MEBS

Recipients:
CW04 Charles Marshall
BM2 Elizebeth Spain
Richard Smith, USS EVARTS DE-5
Raymond Lammers, USS TATUM APD-81

Memorial Tribute & Roll Call - CAPT Greg Krawczyk, USNR
DE’s & APD’s lost in service, with tolling of ship’s bell as a carnation is dropped off the SLATER’s stern for each ship lost.

Amazing Grace - Robert Ditton, Piper, Albany Police Pipes & Drums

Rifle Salute - Saratoga National Cemetery Honor Guard Association
Tom Sawyer

Slater Gun Salute - USS SLATER ( K-gun )
Erik Collin

TAPS - Steve Stella, Bugler, Albany Police Dept.

Navy Hymn - USS SLATER 1MC Sounds
Jerry Jones, ET1

Benediction - CDR Earle E. Flatt, USNR (Ret)

Closing Remarks - Frank Lasch, President DEHM

Retire Colors - USS SLATER Color Guard
Lawrence G. Williams EM2

The first Destroyer-Escort Day Memorial was held at the Intrepid Sea-Air Space Museum in New York City on June 16, 1990. Destroyer Escort Day pays homage to the Destroyer-Escorts/APD sailors killed in WW II, Korea and Vietnam and to the Destroyer-Escort/APD’s lost in action. As the name of each of the sixteen ships lost during the war is read off, the ship’s bell is tolled and a Destroyer Escort veteran drops a red, white or blue carnation into the waters of the Hudson River from the stern of the USS SLATER DE-766.
The Destroyer Escort Roll of Honor contains the names of shipmates who did not survive the combined efforts of Allied Forces to restore peace to a war-torn world. Represented are 120 ships. They are heroes who gave their lives in combat, accident or illness, in service to their country. We were together once, part of a crew serving in the DE Navy during World War II, Korea and Vietnam. We were all there. These gallant sailors were with us once, but not long enough. Out of a sense for duty and faith in our country, they protected the life and liberty of all Americans and deserve the proper recognition for their service and sacrifice. They paid the highest price for peace, part of the terrible cost of war, never to enjoy the fruits of victory. These brave US Navy and Coast Guard sailors are honored with their ships. They are also enshrined in the hearts of all who knew them. May these noble men rest in peace they so richly deserve, until we all sail together again.
The third Saturday in June is now recognized and celebrated by the National Destroyer-Escort Sailors Association, Destroyer-Escort Historical Museum and all of the Destroyer-Escort Sailors Association Chapters nationwide. Each chapter prepares and conducts it own program to honor the ships and crews. Governor George E. Pataki’s Proclamation naming the third Saturday of June was issued on Saturday June 20, 1998.

Special thanks to CAP-DESA members that participated Paul Albertine, USS RUCHAMKIN DE-228, Bob Callender, USS KYNE DE-744, Dick Cromer, USS WHITEHURST DE-634, Doc Dachenhausen, USS LOESER DE-680, Dr. Martin Davis, USS PETTIT DE-253, Bob Donlon, USS ROBERT F. KELLER DE-419, John Fautz, US ARMY SIGNAL CORPS, Donald Justus, USS SLATER DE-766, Don Kruse, USS UNDERHILL DE-682, Ray Lammers, USS TATUM APD-81, Ron Mazure, USS SKILL MSO-47, “Stan” McMillan, USS BULL DE-693, Bob Nolte, USS FISKE DE-143, “Hank” Rizzo, USS HASE DE-158, Sam Saylor, USS CONNOLY DE-306, Bill Scharoun, USS OSMUS DE-701, Dick Smith, USS EVARTS DE-5, Larry Williams, USS SNOWDEN DE-246 and guests Mike Brennan, John DiGiorgio, Jack Prendergast and Ronald Tousignant.
CAP-DESA Auxiliary members present: Betty Ringanese, President, Helen Andersen, Treasurer, Joanne Albertine, Shain Davis, Dot Everin, Mary Alice Kruse, Judy McMillan, Mary C. Smith and guests Annette Beauchaine, Lynn Donlon, Mary L. Donlon, Dot Gerrish, Marion Rizzo and Geri Scharoun.
Hank Rizzo has donated the flowers for this and previous years. Thanks Henry ! CAP-DESA also provided quality music from a bagpiper, Robert Ditton, Piper from the Albany Police Pipes and Drums.



Like New York, many other states have enacted legislation designating the third Saturday in June as DE Day. The States of Georgia and Michigan are but two examples.

Gov. John Baldacci proclaims June 19, 2004 Destroyer Escort Day


AUGUSTA - Governor John Baldacci has proclaimed June 19 as Destroyer Escort Day. Destroyer Escort Day observes and recognizes the tremendous valor and bravery of the sailors who served on Destroyer Escorts and those who lost their lives during WWII, the Vietnam War, and the Korean War.

The proclamation of Destroyer Day came at the request of Rep. Dick Mailhot, D-Lewiston and the Northeast Chapter of the Destroyer Escort Sailors Association. The signing of the proclamation took place in a State House ceremony. Senator Peggy Rotundo, D-Androscoggin, Rep. Dick Mailhot, D-Lewiston, Commander Normand Demers, of Lewiston and Andy Durisko and Jack Cody of the Destroyer Escort Sailors Association were all in attendance.

Destroyer Escorts were designated as anti-submarine vessels, which provided both lifelines and protection for convoys, aircraft carriers and other larger ships. These Destroyer Escorts were used extensively in surface to air battles, surface to surface combat, shelling shores for invasion and many other assignments including rescue missions.

More than 150,000 Navy and Coast Guard sailors served on Destroyer Escorts, including 1,500 from Maine. Destroyer Escorts played a crucial role in the defense of our country. In WWII these small and highly maneuverable ships were responsible for sinking 58 enemy submarines and numerous aircraft. Service on these ships was particularly dangerous and difficult. Sailors aboard Destroyer Escorts frequently experienced shortages of fresh water, produce and meat as well as extremely tight quarters.

The Destroyer Escort Sailors Association was formed in 1975 to honor the valiant men who served on these ships and to perpetuate the memory of the brave men who made the ultimate sacrifice in carrying out their duties. The Northeast Chapter was organized in 1996 to bring together those who had served aboard these ships and were from this area of the country.

“It is fitting to recognize the thousands of valiant men, many of whom were from Maine, who served gallantly on Destroyer Escorts through WW II, the Vietnam War, and the Korean Conflict. It is appropriate that we should pause each year to reflect upon these great vessels of the past and their crews who fought for freedom on the oceans and seas of the world.” - Destroyer Escort Sailors Association.

Whereas, During World War II, Destroyer Escorts were a special class of fighting ships capable of performing an impressive variety of duties even though they were lightly armed and had little protection from enemy fire and,

Whereas, Destroyer Escorts were successful in completing a wide range of combat assignments, including anti-submarine duty, convoy escorts, shore bombardments, and search and rescue missions and,

Whereas, Today, the Destroyer Escorts are remembered for being one of the most versatile and useful ships in current history and,

Whereas, The citizens of Michigan have a tremendous amount of pride in our servicemen who courageously served aboard Destroyer Escorts during World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War and now therefore be it,

Resolved, That I, Jennifer M. Granholm, Governor of the State of Michigan, do hereby proclaim June 19 , 200 4 , as Destroyer Escort Day in Michigan and I encourage the citizens of Michigan to remember Destroyer Escorts and the gallant bravery of those who proudly served aboard these magnificent ships.

Copyright © 2004 State of Michigan

DESA hopes that each of you had a happy DE Day. We Salute you. WELL DONE!


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Category: USS Kyne (DE-744), United States Navy, World War II

USS Kyne (DE-744) was a Cannon-class destroyer escort built for the United States Navy during World War II. She served in the Pacific Ocean and provided escort service against submarine and air attack for Navy vessels and convoys. She returned home after the war with a very commendable accumulation of six battle stars.

This category is managed by the World War II Project in association with the Categorization Project. For assistance with this or related categories ask in G2G making sure to tag your question with both categorization and World_War_II .


Navy vet who completed 744 marathons dies at age 96

/>FILE - In this Nov. 14, 2010 file photo, Don McNelly (90), of Irondequoit, N.Y., competes in the 2010 Harrisburg Marathon in Harrisburg, Pa. McNelly, an internationally known runner who completed 744 marathons has died, he was 96. The Richard H. Keenan Funeral Home in Fairport, N.Y., says he died Sunday, Feb. 5, 2017. (AP Photo/Daniel Shaknen)

ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Don McNelly, known worldwide for powering through marathon runs and running up record totals into his 70s and 80s, has died.

A retired paper company executive from upstate New York, McNelly died Sunday at age 96, according to the Richard H. Keenan Funeral Home in the Rochester suburb of Fairport.

McNelly didn't start running marathons until he was nearly 50 after a close friend died of a heart attack. He ran his first marathon in Boston in 1969. Forty years later, he had completed 744 of them, running 26.2-mile races in all 50 states, every Canadian province and on every continent, including Antarctica.

McNelly was 86 in 2006 when he completed his 700th marathon, eventually reaching his goal with marathon No. 744, the same number of his Navy destroyer in the Pacific during World War II. His race total included 117 ultra-marathons, races that are longer than the traditional marathon distance.

"I'm 90 and I feel like I'm 50, 60 tops," he told The Associated Press in November 2010, a week after he had to pull out of a marathon in Pennsylvania after making it about midway through the race. "I'm a lucky, lucky, lucky guy."

Born on a farm in Brookville, Ohio, the first of seven children, McNelly enlisted in the Navy during World War II and served as chief engineering officer aboard the USS Kyne, a destroyer escort officially known as DE-744. In 1954, he and his family moved from Indiana to Rochester.

After taking up marathon running, McNelly befriended Norm Frank, another runner from the Rochester area with a passion for marathons. The two traveled together to races to save on gas and hotel bills. By the time Frank died in 2015 at 83, he had completed 965 marathons.

McNelly set world records in his 70s, when he racked up 295 marathons, and in his 80s, when he accumulated 177 more.

Dan McNelly said his father was addicted to running and proud of it.

"If he couldn't do marathons he wasn't going to do anything else," the younger McNelly told the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle.

Survivors include Phyllis, his wife of nearly 75 years, and another son Tom.


William Kyne, accused by stepson in wife's 2010 murder, arrested in collision with bicycle

Harvey Zoller was shocked when a man on a motorcycle collided with a fellow cyclist during their group's regular pedal through Indian Shores along Gulf Boulevard.

The man had looked angry and impatient, hurling insults at them, Zoller said.

After he was hit, the cyclist — cancer doctor Lane Ziegler, 59 — spun out of control and hit the pavement. He suffered injuries that required two days in intensive care.

Zoller was further distressed to learn the identity of the motorcycle driver when, five days later, Indian Shores police arrested him in the collision.

He is William Edward Kyne, 61, of Madeira Beach, who made national headlines beginning in 2010 when his wife was found murdered in their Seminole home. His stepson stood trial, twice — declaring at one point that his stepfather was the killer then winning acquittal by a jury.

Kyne's Florida license was permanently revoked in 2014 following four convictions for driving under the influence — in St. Petersburg, Indian Shores, Treasure Island and Pinellas County. State records show other arrests dating back to 1975.

Why, asked Zoller, is Kyne "still out there? He has a rap sheet that is miles long dating back to the 70s . (and) was on an episode of Dateline."

Kyne was never charged in the murder. Reached Wednesday at the car dealership where he works, Kyne — released on bail the day of his arrest — apologized for the bicycle collision but denied it was deliberate.

"I had no idea I'd even hit anyone," he said. "I am sorry someone got hurt. I would never do anything like that."

Kyne admitted to police that he felt a thump as though he clipped something. But he didn't see anything wrong when he looked in his rear-view mirror, he told them, so he drove to work.

He reported that he was forced to drive close to the bicycle lane to avoid hitting bicyclists who were coming into traffic.

Said witness Zoller: "That is absolutely incorrect."

Zoller and witnesses quoted in a police report gave this account:

Seven members from a group of bicyclists as large as 30 or 40 were riding south about 7 a.m. May 2 on their twice-weekly trip from the Sand Key Bridge to downtown Clearwater. Cyclists join and leave at different points.

A van driving parallel to them on Gulf Boulevard slowed and stopped so oncoming traffic could go by and the van driver could give the bicyclists a wide berth when he passed them.

Kyne drove up at that point, Zoller said, and "looked mad because he had to wait behind the van."

Zoller said Kyne hurled insults at them and deliberately drove along the line of the bicycle lane.

He focused his insults on cyclist Ziegler, according to witness accounts, and hit the handlebars of Ziegler's bike with his motorcycle's side mirror. Kyne proceeded to drive just inches from the handlebars of three or four other bikes, continuing with his insults, Zoller said.

Then Kyne then took off, according to the police report. Two cyclists chased him but could not catch him as he drove east across Park Boulevard Bridge.

He was arrested at work May 7 on a charge of leaving the scene of an accident with injury.

Asked Wednesday if he has a drivers license, Kyne said, "Yes, since Colorado."

He declined to elaborate and said he had to go.

In August 2010, Kyne's 49-year-old wife Diane Kyne was found strangled in her bedroom. The only other people at the Seminole home at the time were Kyne and his 23-year-old stepson Kevin Kyne.

In 2012, the stepson was found guilty of murder and sentenced to life in prison, but he won a new trial on appeal. During the second trial, he accused his stepfather of the murder.

A jury found Kevin Kyne not guilty and in 2015, after spending more than four years behind bars, he was released.

Cyclist Ziegler told the Tampa Bay Times Wednesday he suffered a concussion, along with a fractured pelvis and sternum and two broken ribs, and has no memory of what happened.

"One minute, I'm in a nice pace line going 25 miles per hour and the next thing I know is I wake up in the back of an ambulance."

But based on accounts he has heard, he called the collision an "assault aimed at intimidating, maiming and hurting us."

Fellow cyclist Zoller said the collision last week reflects a growing tension on the streets.

"We are targets and if we don't do something and change the culture, someone will be killed by an aggressive driver," he said. "They think that even though we stay in our lane that we are ruining their day. It's getting dangerous."


Upcoming Kyne Family Reunions

One key to a successful Kyne reunion is preparation, and for the family researcher that means getting the word out in advance on what to bring (such as the family photo collection) arranging for the display of shared information and planning activities conducive to sharing and one of the best ways to get others to participate is in bringing something of your own to share such a picture pedigree, compiled family history or biographical sketch, or even a copies of a treasured photo as a gift for each family -- you may even want to consider putting together a reunion newsletter in advance to be distributed at the reunion, asking for help in solving one or more specific family mysteries: you never know who might have insight they are willing to share, one-on-one. The article "Reunions: Beyond Aunt Pat's Rhubarb Pie and Aunt Edna's Wet Kisses" may provide you with tips for hosting a successful Kyne reunion.


World War II Navy Vet Who Ran In 744 Marathons Dies At 96

A 96-year-old World War II Navy veteran who ran in 744 marathons during his lifetime passed away earlier this month.

Don McNelly passed away near his home in Rochester, New York on February 5, according to the Richard H. Keenan Funeral Home.

McNelly enlisted in the Navy during World War II and served as chief engineering officer aboard the USS Kyne, a Cannon-class destroyer escort officially known as DE-744.

A former paper company executive, McNelly didn’t start running until he was close to 50 years old when a friend of his died of a heart attack. He ran his first marathon in Boston in 1969 and continued to run them for 40 years.

He ran a marathon in all 50 states in the United States, every Canadian province and every continent in the world. In total, he ran 744 marathons, the same number as his Navy destroyer. While in his 70’s, McNelly ran 295 marathons and 58 ultra marathons.

McNelly finished his final marathon in 2010 at the age of 89.

McNelly was born in Brookville, Ohio on November 11, 1920 and was given the middle name “Pershing” after World War I military hero General John J. Pershing.

During his life, he survived a radical prostatectomy at 67, chronic lymphocytic leukemia in his 80’s, and occasional episodes of atrial fibrillation.

During an Interview with Runners World, McNelly was asked why he continued to run in marathons.

“I’m not interested in my legacy,” he said. “I’m more interested in living.”


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Uighur, Chinese (Pinyin) Weiwu’er, also spelled Uygur or Uyghur, a Turkic-speaking people of interior Asia. Uighurs live for the most part in northwestern China, in the Uygur Autonomous Region of Xinjiang a small number live in the Central Asian republics. There were some 10,000,000 Uighurs in China and at least a combined total of 300,000 in Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, and Kyrgyzstan in the early 21st century.

The Uighur language is part of the Turkic group of Altaic languages, and the Uighurs are among the oldest Turkic-speaking peoples of Central Asia. They are mentioned in Chinese records from the 3rd century ce . They first rose to prominence in the 8th century, when they established a kingdom along the Orhon River in what is now north-central Mongolia. In 840 this state was overrun by the Kyrgyz, however, and the Uighurs migrated southwestward to the area around the Tien (Tian) Shan (“Celestial Mountains”). There the Uighurs formed another independent kingdom in the Turfan Depression region, but this was overthrown by the expanding Mongols in the 13th century.

The Uighurs are mainly a sedentary village-dwelling people who live in the network of oases formed in the valleys and lower slopes of the Tien Shan, Pamirs, and related mountain systems. The region is one of the most arid in the world hence, for centuries they have practiced irrigation to conserve their water supply for agriculture. Their principal food crops are wheat, corn (maize), kaoliang (a form of sorghum), and melons. The chief industrial crop is cotton, which has long been grown in the area. Many Uighurs are employed in petroleum extraction, mining, and manufacturing in urban centres.

The chief Uighur cities are Ürümqi, the capital of Xinjiang, and Kashgar (Kashi), an ancient centre of trade on the historic Silk Road near the border between Russia and China. The Uighurs have lacked political unity in recent centuries, except for a brief period during the 19th century when they were in revolt against Beijing. Their social organization is centred on the village. The Uighurs of Xinjiang are Sunni Muslims.

Large numbers of Han (ethnic Chinese) began moving into Xinjiang after the establishment of the autonomous region in the 1950s. The influx became especially pronounced after 1990, and by the late 20th century the Han constituted two-fifths of Xinjiang’s total population. Over time economic disparities and ethnic tensions grew between the Uighur and Han populations that eventually resulted in protests and other disturbances. A particularly violent outbreak occurred in July 2009, mainly in Ürümqi, in which it was reported that nearly 200 people (mostly Han) were killed and some 1,700 were injured. Violent incidents increased after that and included attacks by knife-wielding assailants and by suicide bombers. Chinese authorities responded by cracking down on Uighurs suspected of being dissidents and separatists. The authorities’ actions included shootings, arrests, and long jail sentences until 2017, when the Chinese government initiated a thorough crackdown on Uighurs in Xinjiang. Citing a need for greater security, the government set up cameras, checkpoints, and constant police patrols in Uighur-dominated areas. The most controversial governmental undertaking—which was met by protests from human-rights organizations—was the indefinite detention of up to one million Uighurs in “political training centres,” heavily fortified buildings that were likened to the reeducation camps of the Mao Zedong era. In August 2018 the United Nations called upon China to end the detention, but government officials denied the existence of the camps.

The Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica This article was most recently revised and updated by Adam Zeidan, Assistant Editor.


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