3 edition of Statement of Rear-Admiral R. C. Hollyday, Chief, Bureau of Yards and Docks found in the catalog.
Statement of Rear-Admiral R. C. Hollyday, Chief, Bureau of Yards and Docks
Committee Serial No. 5
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N-OC CORONADO, Calif. (J ) Rear Adm. Brian L. Losey, commander of Naval Special Warfare Command, delivers remarks during the Naval Special Warfare Group (NSWG) 1 change of. Commander-in-Chief Title. History indicates a continuous use of the title "Commander-in-Chief, Atlantic Fleet" from until , and again from to In a reorganization of the United States Fleet in , that title was abolished and the title "Commander Scouting Force" was used.
Name From To; Commander, U.S. Pacific Fleet Admiral John C. Aquilino: Present: Admiral Scott H. Swift Speeches: Arlington, Va.— Rear Admiral William E. Landay succeeded Rear Admiral Jay M. Cohen as Chief of Naval Research during a ceremony beginning at noon on today at the Naval Research Laboratory in Washington, D.C. Rear Admiral Cohen is ONR´s longest-serving commander, concluding nearly six years as the 20th Chief of Naval Research.
Rear Admiral William R. Furlong Rear Admiral Arthur B. Cook Rear Admiral John Newton Rear Admiral William L. Calhoun Rear Admiral Arthur L. Bristol Rear Admiral Frank J. Fletcher Chief of Staff, Commander Battleships, Battle Force (P) Train Squadron 3/Transport Division 1 (A). Finding aid (Word) Biography Scope and Content Note Administrative materials, research files, correspondence, publications, and audiovisual materials that document the military and civilian careers of Admiral James L. Holloway III, USN, retired U.S. Navy Admiral, former Chief of Naval Operations, author, advisor, lecturer, and director of many boards, commissions, foundations, and task forces.
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The Bureau of Yards and Docks (abbrev.: BuDocks) was the branch of the United States Navy responsible from to for building and maintaining navy yards, drydocks, and other facilities relating to ship construction, maintenance, and repair.
The Bureau was established on Aug by an act of Congress (5 Stat. ), as one of the five bureaus replacing the Board of Naval Branch: USN. Bureau of Yards and Docks Established by Acts of 31 August and 5 Julythis Bureau had its first Civil Engineer Corps officer in RADM Mordecai T.
Endicott. This bureau. Board of Naval Commissioners abolished by act of Aug (5 Stat. ), and its functions distributed among five bureaus, including the Bureau of Naval Yards and Docks, renamed the Bureau of Yards and Docks, SEE Chief correspondence.
Textual Records: Letters sent,with press copies, Letters. Statement of Rear Admiral H. Stanford, Chief Bureau Yards and Docks hearings before the United States House Committee on Naval Affairs, Sixty-Third Congress, second session, on Dec.
15, 17, by United States. Congress. House. Committe Pages: Christopher R. Rodgers: Bureau of Yards and Docks 5 CDRE: John C. Howell: Bureau of Yards and Docks 6 CDRE: Richard L. Law Bureau of Yards and Docks 7 CDRE: Edward Chief.
Nichols Bureau of Yards and Docks 8 CDRE: David B. Harmony: Bureau of Yards and Docks 9 CDRE: George D. White Bureau of Yards Branch: U.S. Navy (Active & Reserve Component).
The Bureau of Yards and Docks provided the supporting infrastructure - self-supporting towers, masts, operating buildings, power houses, quarters, barracks, water and sewerage, lighting and fencing. Three new high-powered radio stations were commissioned in the spring of Records of the Bureau of Yards and Docks.
History: Established as the Bureau of Naval Yards and Docks, Renamed Bureau of Yards and Docks, Abolished by Department of Defense Reorganization Order, March 9, Textual Records: Payrolls of civilian employees, Letters received from timber agents ("Live Oak Letters.
Rear Admiral L. Goldsborough Rear Admiral Charles H. Davis Rear Admiral John A. Dahlgren Rear Admiral David D. Porter Commodore Thomas O Selfridge Chief, Bureau of Yards & Docks Superintending construction of gunboats Commandant, Navy Yard, Boston Light-House Inspector Commanding, Navy Yard, New York.
Bureau of Yards and Docks Building the Navy's Bases in World War II; History of the Bureau of Yards and Docks and the Civil Engineer Corps, (2 vols.) Shore Establishment. Naval Districts History of the First Naval District (9 vols.) Historical. An illustration of an open book.
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Images. An illustration of a heart shape Donate. An illustration of text ellipses. FLEET ADMIRAL ERNEST JOSEPH KING. Ernest Joseph King was born in Lorain, Ohio, on Novem As a young boy he read an article in the Youth’s Companion about the Naval Academy which stimulated his interest towards a Navy career.
Upon graduating from Lorain High School inhe was appointed to the Naval Academy by Representative Kerr of the Fourteenth District of Ohio. Chief, Bureau of Navigation Leave of Absence Waiting orders Commanding, Pacific Station Commanding, European Station (as RADM) Commandant, Navy Yard, Boston Commandant, Navy Yard, New York Chief, Bureau of Yards & Docks Commanding, South Atlantic Station (as RADM) Rear Admiral Edmund R.
Colhoun Rear Admiral Alexander C. Rhind Rear Admiral. Full text of "Hearings before Committee on Naval Affairs of the House of Representatives, on estimates submitted by the Secretary of the Navy, " See other formats.
Rear Admiral David McDougal 1, × 1,; KB Rear Admiral Horace H. Epes, × ; KB Rear admiral Percy Wright × ; KB. Charles Dyson , [Rear Admiral], Bureau of Steam Engineering Clarence Williams , th Division, Battle Force 2, Atlantic Fleet John McDonald, Rear Admiral, New York Navy Yard.
Rear Admiral Alvin Holsey Assignments to shore and staff billets have included, flag aide to Commander Naval Air Force and the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Warfare Requirements and. Rear Adm. (lower half) Bruce L. Gillingham, selected for promotion to rear admiral, will be assigned as deputy chief, medical operations, M3, Bureau of.
A retired Navy admiral who accused the service's top lawyers of improperly intervening in a SEAL's sexual assault case made his charge to a judge this week at a special hearing ordered by the. US Navy Rear Admiral Brian L.
Losey at a ribbon-cutting ceremony on the island nation of Comoros in the Indian Ocean. (Navy photo/Joshua Bruns) 27 Mar Two months after assuming command of the Navy’s Expeditionary Strike Group 2, Rear Adm. Erik M. Ross was fired Friday in connection to an “alleged off-duty incident,”.
A Rear Admiral is a Flag Officer, with a military paygrade of O The civilian equivalent of this military rank is roughly SES Level 4 under the federal government's General Schedule payscale.
The table below lists the equivalent ranks of a Navy Rear Admiral, and their insignia, in the other four branches of the United States' Armed Services.Rear Admiral William C.
Cole: 16 November 2 July DE Rear Admiral Wat T. Cluverius: 2 July 31 May Rear Admiral Frank H. Brumby: 31 May 28 Sept *Captain William N.
Jeffers: 28 Sept 14 February DD Rear Admiral A. St. Clair Smith: 14 February 23 July Rear Admiral Charles S.The Convoy and Routing section, chaired by RADM Martin Metcalf, was responsible for tracking the U.S. portion of convoys and planning routes they would take across the Atlantic.
Known as C&R, its WAVES maintained massive wall charts detailing all ongoing convoy operations in the Atlantic.