REGISTER

of

Commissioned and Warrant Officers of the United States Navy and Marine Corps

UNITED STATES

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE WASHINGTON : 1941

NOTES

1. In this Navy Register all officers on the active list of the Navy are credited in the column headed “Prior service” only with that prior service which may be counted in the computation of pay in accordance with the act of June 10, 1922.

2. With reference to officers of the line on the active list of the Navy who are not graduates of the Naval Academy, and to all officers of the Staff Corps, and all warrant officers, the date of acceptance of permanent appointment is shown in the column headed “Date of entry” in lieu of the date of rank on original appointment. This procedure is followed in view of the fact that the date of acceptance of appointment is the actual date of entry.

3. Errors or omissions should be immediately reported to the Bureau of Navigation by the officer concerned.

4. The signal numbers herein shown, preceding each officer’s name, are effective from Janu- ary 1, 1942, to December 31, 1942, inclusive, for use in signals and dispatches.

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NAVY DEPARTMENT

Secretary of the Navy

Honorable FRANK KNOX

The Under Secretary of the Navy Honorable James V. Forrestal

The Assistant Secretary of the Navy

Honorable Ralph A. Bard

Frank E. Beatty, Captain, U. S. Navy

John E. Gingrich, Commander, U. S. Navy

Emmet P. Forrestel, Commander, U. S. Navy William D. Bergman

John F. O’Keefe..-

John H. Dillon

William W. Dulles

Addison Walker

OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS

Harold R. Stark, Admiral, U. S. Navy Chief of Naval Operations.

Royal E. Ingersoll, Rear Admiral, U. S. Navy Assistant to Chief of Naval Operations.

Archibald Oden. Chief Clerk.

Aide to the Secretary.

Aide to the Under Secretary of the Navy.

Aide to the Assistant Secretary.

Administrative Assistant and Chief Clerk.

Special Assistant to the Secretary of the Navy.

Confidential Assistant to the Secretary of the Navy.

Special Assistant to the Under Secretary of the Navy.

Special Assistant to the Assistant Secre- tary.

BUREAU OF NAVIGATION

Chester W. Nimitz, Rear Admiral, -U. S. Navy.

John F. Siiafroth, Jr., Captain, U. S. Navy

Edward Henkel

Franklin J. Schuyler

Chief of Bureau.

Assistant to Chief of Bureau. Administrative Assistant and Chief Clerk.

Registrar.

BUREAU OF ORDNANCE

William H. P. Blandy, Rear Admiral, U. S. Navy Chief of Bureau.

Glenn B. Davis, Captain, U. S. Navy Assistant to Chief of Bureau.

Harry M. Klee : Chief Clerk.

BUREAU OF SHIPS

Samuel M. Robinson, Rear Admiral, U. S. Navy Chief of Bureau.

Alexander H. Van Keuren, Rear Admiral, U. S. Navy Assistant Chief of Bureau.

H. C. Brunner Chief Clerk.

BUREAU OF AERONAUTICS

John H. Towers, Rear Admiral, U. S. Navy

Marc A. Mitscher, Captain, U. S. Navy

John B. May, Jr

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Chief of Bureau.

Assistant Chief of Bureau. Chief Clerk.

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NAVY DEPARTMENT

BUREAU OF YARDS AND DOCKS

Ben Moreell, Rear Admiral (C. E. C.), Chief of Civil Engineers, U. S. Navy.

Lewis B. Combs, Captain (C. E. C.), U. S. Navy

Edward W. Whitehorne...

BUREAU OF SUPPLIES AND ACCOUNTS

Ray Spear, Rear Admiral (S. C.), Paymaster General, U. S. Navy

Ellsworth H. Van Patten, Captain (S. C.), U. S. Navy

Ben Abbott

Chief of Bureau.

Assistant to Chief of Bureau. Chief Clerk.

Chief of Bureau.

Assistant to Chief of Bureau. Civilian Assistant and Chief Clerk.

BUREAU OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY

Ross “T” McIntire, Rear Admiral (M. C.), Surgeon General, U. S. Navy

Luther Sheldon, Jr., Captain (M. C.), U. S. Navy

William S. Douglass...

HEADQUARTERS MARINE CORPS

Thomas Holcomb, Major General Commandant, U. S. Marine Corps

Alexander A. Vandegrift, Brigadier General, U. S. Marine Corps

Edward A. Ostermann, Brigadier General, U. S. Marine Corps

Seth Williams, Brigadier General, U. S. Marine Corps

Russell B. Putnam, Brigadier General, U. S. Marine Corps

Charles A. Ketcham

James W. Burrows

Troy A. Nubson.

Miss Ingrid Jonassen

William E. Springer

Chief of Bureau. Assistant to Bureau. Chief Clerk.

Commandant.

Assistant to the Commandant.

The Adjutant and Inspector.

The Quartermaster.

The Paymaster.

Special Asst, to the Major Gen. Comd’t. Special Assistant, Quartermaster Dept. Chief Clerk, Adjt., and Inspec’s. Dept. Chief Clerk, Paymaster’s Dept.

Chief Clerk, Quartermaster Dept.

office of the judge advocate general

Walter B. Woodson, Rear Admiral, U. S. Navy. Thomas L. Gatch, Captain, U. S. Navy

Judge Advocate General.

Assistant to Judge Advocate General

EXPLANATORY NOTES

DISTINCTIONS

(A) Awarded Medal of Honor.

(B) Awarded Distinguished Service Medal, Navy Department.

(C) Awarded Navy Cross.

(D) Awarded -Distinguished Flying Cross.

(E) Awarded special letter of commendation by Navy Department for service in World War.

(F) Awarded Distinguished Service Medal, War Department.

(G) Awarded Distinguished Service Cross, War Department.

(H) Awarded special letter of commendation by War Department for service in World War.

(I) Awarded meritorious service certificate, War Department.

(J) Advanced for extraordinary heroism during the War with Spain.

(K) Advanced for eminent and conspicuous conduct in battle during the War with Spain.

(L) Awarded Specially Meritorious Medal, War with Spain.

(M) Advanced for eminent and conspicuous conduct in battle during the Philippine campaign.

(N) Advanced for eminent and conspicuous conduct in battle during the Peiping relief expedition.

(O) Appointed ensign by special act of Congress for conspicuous gallantry on the occasion of the

wreck of the U. S. S. Trenton, 1889.

(P) Awarded gold life-saving medal, Treasury Department.

(Q) Awarded silver life-saving medal, Treasury Department.

(R) Awarded Purple Heart, War Department.

(S) Awarded Silver Star Medal, War Department.

ADMINISTRATIVE NOTES

(V) On promotion list.

(V-l) On promotion list; eligible for advancement in order of seniority next after junior officer of same rank with the designation (V).

(W) Acting appointment; not yet warranted.

(X) Additional number in grade.

(Y) Subject to examination, and/or confirmation.

a Service as midshipman, cadet midshipman, naval cadet, cadet engineer, or cadet. b Service as enlisted man in the Navy.

c Service as warrant and chief warrant officer or paymasters’ clerk in the Navy. d Service as first clerk to commandant.

* Service as public health officer. f Service in Coast Guard.

0 Service as commissioned officer in the Navy. h Service in Army.

' Service as acting assistant surgeon in the Navy. k Service as mate in the Navy.

1 Service in Volunteer Army (Civil War). m Service in Volunteer Navy (Civil War).

n Service in Volunteer Army (Spanish War).

0 Service in Volunteer Navy (Spanish War). p Service as captain’s clerk in Navy.

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EXPLANATORY NOTES

9 Service as admiral’s clerk.

r Active service in Medical Reserve Corps of Army. s Active service in Medical Reserve Corps of Navy.

1 Service as instructor or professor at Naval Academy; counts as naval service under act of Congress

approved March 4, 1913.

Service in Naval Reserve Force, National Naval Volunteers, Naval Militia, or National Guard. v Service in Coast Survey. w Service as enlisted man in Marine Corps. x Service as temporary officer in the Navy. y Service as apothecary.

2 Active service in Dental Reserve Corps of Navy.

COURSES AND QUALIFICATIONS

1. Qualified for command of submarines.

2. Designated as naval aviator (heavier than air).

2- a. Designated as naval aviator (lighter than air).

3. Designated as naval aviation observer (heavier than air).

3- a. Designated as naval aviation observer (lighter than air) .

4. To perform engineering duty only under provisions of act of August 29, 1916, as amended by

act of May 11, 1928.

4- a. Designated for engineering duty only (aeronautical). Act of June 25, 1940 (Sec. 4 (a)).

4-c. Designated for engineering duty only (ship and hull construction). Act of June 25, 1940.

5. Interpreter or translator: a, French; b, Spanish; c, German; d, Italian; e, Portuguese, f, Russian;

g, Danish; h, Swedish; i, Norwegian; j, Dutch; k, Chinese; 1, Japanese; m, Czechoslovak; n, Rumanian; o, Latin; p, Hungarian; q, Lithuanian; r, Polish; s, Iranian; t, Syriac; u, Turkish; v, Finnish; w, Greek; x, Yiddish; y, Bohemian.

6. Holds master’s license under Steamboat Inspection Service.

7. Qualified in submarines.

8. Qualified as deep-sea diver.

9. Completed course in personnel administration.

11. Completed course at Oxford University, England, in: a, Philosophy, Politics, and Economics: b, Modern Languages (French and Spanish) ; c, Modern History.

15. Completed Naval War College advanced course.

16. Completed Naval War College senior course.

17. Completed Naval War College junior course.

18. Completed Naval War College correspondence course in strategy and tactics.

18-a. Completed Naval War College correspondence course, in international law.

19. Completed Army War College course.

20. Completed course at Army Industrial College.

21. Completed postgraduate course in general line duties.

22. Completed postgraduate course in mechanical engineering.

22- a. Completed postgraduate course in diesel engineering.

22-b. Completed postgraduate course in metallurgical engineering.

22-c. Completed postgraduate course in petroleum engineering.

22-d. Completed postgraduate course in gas engineering.

22-e. Completed postgraduate course in naval engineering (design) .

22-f. Completed postgraduate course in naval engineering (operating).

23. Completed postgraduate course in electrical engineering.

24. Completed postgraduate course in radio engineering.

24-a. Completed postgraduate course in communications.

25. Completed postgraduate course in aeronautical engineering.

26. Completed postgraduate course in ordnance engineering (general).

26-a. Completed postgraduate course in ordnance engineering (aviation) .

26-b. Completed postgraduate course in ordnance engineering (torpedoes).

EXPLANATORY NOTES

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26-c. Completed postgraduate course in ordnance engineering (explosives).

2G-d. Completed postgraduate course in ordnance engineering (metallurgy).

26-e. Completed postgraduate course in ordnance engineering (fuzes).

26-f. Completed postgraduate course in ordnance engineering (mines).

26- g. Completed postgraduate course in ordnance engineering (fire control).

27. Completed postgraduate course in aerology.

27- a. Completed 2-year course in aerology.

27-b. Completed 1-year course in aerology.

28. Completed postgraduate course in compass design.

29. Completed postgraduate course in law under supervision of office of J. A. G., and holds degree

in law.

29-a. Completed postgraduate course in international law and relations.

29 -b. Holds degree in law.

30. Completed course in submarine instruction.

31. Completed course in torpedo instruction.

32. Completed course in chemical warfare.

33. Completed short course in optics.

33-a. Completed long course in optics.

34. Completed foreign language course: (a) Japanese, (b) Chinese, (c) Russian.

35. Completed postgraduate course in hygiene and public health.

36. Completed course in general chemistry.

37. Completed course in installation of X-ray apparatus.

38. Completed postgraduate course in bronchoscopy.

39. Completed postgraduate course in cancer work.

40. Completed general postgraduate course, New York Postgraduate Medical School.

41. Completed postgraduate course in surgery.

41-a. Completed postgraduate course in neurosurgery.

41- b. Completed postgraduate course in orthopedic surgery.

42. Completed postgraduate course in obstetrics, gynecology, and pediatrics.

42- a. Completed postgraduate course in obstetrics and gynecology.

42- b. Completed postgraduate course in pediatrics.

43. Completed postgraduate course in diseases of the eye, ear, nose, and throat.

43- a. Completed postgraduate course in diseases of the eye.

44. Completed postgraduate course in urology.

45. Completed postgraduate course in psychiatry.

46. Completed postgraduate course in internal medicine.

46-a. Completed postgraduate course in tropical medicine.

47. Completed postgraduate course in Rontgenology.

48. Completed postgraduate course in aviation medicine, and designated flight surgeon.

48-a. Completed course in submarine medicine.

48- b. Completed course in deep-sea diving medicine.

49. Completed postgraduate course in laboratory procedures.

49- a. Completed postgraduate course in pathology.

50. Completed postgraduate course, Medical Field Service School, Carlisle, Pa.

51. Completed general postgraduate course, Naval Medical School.

52. Completed postgraduate course, Army Medical School.

53. Completed postgraduate course in tuberculosis.

54. Completed postgraduate course in pharmacology and toxicology.

55. Completed postgraduate course in physiotherapy.

56. Completed postgraduate course in applied physiology.

57. Completed 2-year postgraduate course in business administration.

57-a. Completed 1-year postgraduate course in business administration.

58. Completed course in textile engineering.

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EXPLANATORY NOTES

59. Completed course at Army Quartermaster Subsistence School, Philadelphia, Pa.

60. Completed course in accountancy.

61. Completed course, Naval Finance and Supply School.

64. Completed course in naval construction.

65. Completed course in naval architecture, Royal Naval College, Greenwich, England.

66. Completed course in naval architecture, University of Glasgow, Scotland.

67. Completed course in naval architecture and marine engineering, ficole d’Application du G£nie

Maritime, Paris, France.

68. Completed course in naval architecture at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

69. Completed course in Electrotechnique I’ficole Superieure d’filectricite, Paris, Fiance.

70. Completed advanced course in naval architecture, Technische Ilochschule, Berlin, Germany.

71. Completed postgraduate course in civil engineering.

72. Holds diploma from Engineer’s school, Fort Humphreys, Va. (company officers’ course).

73. Holds degree of Doctor of Science.

74. Holds degree of Doctor of Engineering.

75. Completed field officers or senior course, Marine Corps School.

75- a. Completed company officers or junior course, Marine Corps School.

76. Completed course, Radio Materiel School.

76- a. Completed course, Radio Materiel School, in Sound Engineering.

77. Completed postgraduate course in naval architecture and marine engineering, Regia Universita

di Genova, Genoa, Italy.

78. Completed course in Diesel engineering.

79. Completed course in Aircraft Engine Research.

80. Completed short general postgraduate dental course.

80-a. Completed long postgraduate dental course.

80- b. Completed postgraduate course in nutrition.

81. Completed short postgraduate course in oral surgery.

81 - a. Completed long postgraduate course in oral surgery.

82. Completed postgraduate course in Prosthodontia.

83. Completed postgraduate course in root canal therapy.

84. Completed postgraduate course in bacteriology and pathology (dental).

84-a. Completed postgraduate course in bacteriology and biochemistry (dental).

85. Completed courses, Naval Dental School.

ACTIVE LIST

COMMANDER IN CHIEF

FRANKLIN DELANO ROOSEVELT, PRESIDENT

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FLAG OFFICERS OF THE NAVY

REAR ADMIRALS (84)

(14 additional in grade)

Signal

No.

Name

Special courses and qualifications

Date of rank

1

Arthur Japy Hepburn (B) (L)__ .

1 16

6 June 29. ...

2

Thomas Charles Hart (B)§

1 16 19

1 Oct. 29...

3

Henry Williams (X) _

4-c 20 67

1 Oct. 30

4

William Theodore Tarrant (E) (H)

16

do

5

George Tilford Pettengill (C)

16 18

16 Oct. 30. .

6

Joseph Knefler Taussig (B) (N) (Q) (X)

16

1 July 31

7

Claude Charles Bloch (C) (H) (L)

16 26

do

8

Edward Clifford Kalbfus (C) (H)

16

. .do

9

John Wills Greenslade (B) _

16

1 May 32

10

Adolphus Eugene Watson (C)

16

1 Sept. 32---.

11

Frederick Joseph Horne (C)

3 5-a b 16 18 19

1 Feb. 33

12

Charles Philip Snyder (C) (H)_.

16

] Mar. 33

13

John Drayton Wainwright (C) (C) (H)

16 19

1 Sept. 33

14

Charles Seymour Freeman (C) (H)_

16

1 Oct. 33

15

Ernest Joseph King (B) (B) (C)*..

2 16 18

1 Nov. 33

16

Hayne Ellis. _

15 16 18

13 Nov. 33

17

Adolphus Andrews. ..

16

16 Jan. 34

18

Manley Hale Simons (C) (H) .

16

1 Mar. 34

19

Ivan Ernest Bass (E) (X)

4

.. . do...

20

William Satterlee Pye (C){—

15 16

.. _do

21

Arthur Philip Fairfield (C)

16

1 Sept. 34—..

22

Walter Newhall Vernou (B).

16...

do

23

William Henry Allen. ...

16

1 Nov. 34

24

James Otto Richardson ... _

16 22

12 Dec. 34

25

John Downes (E)

16

1 Feb. 35

26

Edward John Marquart (E)

1 16

1 Jan. 36

27

Gilbert Jonathan Row cliff (C)

16

do

28

Wilson Brown (C)** _

16 ...

1 July 36,--

29

Alexander Hamilton Van Keuren (E) (X).

4-c 5-a 16 68

do. ...

30

Walter Stratton Anderson __

16 26

do : .

31

Roy Warren Ryden (E) (X) . ...

4-c 5-b 16 20 68

1 Oct. 36

32

Samuel Murray Robinson (X)ff -

4 23.

.. ..do. ...

33

Ralston Smith Holmes

5-a d 16 18 26—.

. ...do . ..

34

Charles Adams Blakely (B)

2 3 16

1 Nov. 36

35

Harold Raynsford Stark (B)#

16 ..

1 Jan. 37

36

Frank Howard Sadler (C)

15 16 18

1 Mar. 37

37

Andrew Calhoun Pickens ..

16 26

3 June 37

38

David McDougal Le Breton (C)

5-a b 15 16 26

1 Aug. 37

39

Herbert Seymour Howard (X)

4-c 16 68

1 Nov. 37

40

Husband Edward Kimmelf—

16 26

do

41

William Frederick Halsey, Jr. (C)***

2 16 19

1 Mar. 38

42

David Worth Bagley (B)

16

1 Apr. 38

43

Ormond Lee Cox (X)

4 22

1 May 38

44

Royal Eason Ingersoll (C)

16 26

do

45

Herbert Fairfax Leary (C)

5-a 16 26

1 June 38

46

Chester William Nimitz (E) (Q)****

1 16 18

23 June 38

47

Albert Thomas Church (E) (X).

4 22

do

48

William Rea Furlong (E)

16 24 . .

do ...

49

Arthur Byron Cook (E).

2 16

do .

50

Harold Gardiner Bowen (E) (X)

4 22

do

No. in grade

Date of present shore duty, leave, or commence- ment of cruise

15

20

25

35

40

45

50

§Rank of Admiral from July 25, 1939.

♦Rank of Admiral from Feb. 1, 1911. tRank of Vice Admiral from Jan. 6, 1940.

**Rank of Vice Admiral from Feb. 1, 1941.

ft Commissioned Chief of Bureau of Ships from June 24, 1940.

#Chief of Naval Operations, with rank of Admiral from Aug. 1, 1939. fRank of Admiral from Feb. 1, 1941.

***Rank of Vice Admiral from June 13, 1940.

♦♦♦♦Commissioned Chief of Bureau of Navigation from June 15, 1939.

8 May 41

1 July 24 June 26 July 15 July

16 June 41 4 Apr. 40

30 June 39 30 Apr. 41 22 Jan. 40

15 Mar. 38 1 Apr. 41

28 June 40 30 Aug. 40

17 Dec. 40

20 Jan. 41 10 Mar. 41

22 Nov. 37

1 May- 41

8 July 37

15 Mar. 41 10 Mar. 41 7 Mar. 38 25 Mar. 41

29 Aug. 40

2 June 41

9 Mar. 41 24 Jan. 41 24 June 40 24 Jan. 41

1 July 41 24 June 40

2 Nov. 40 24 June 40

1 Aug. 39

3 Aug. 39 10 May 41

7 June 40 20 June 41 15 July 38

28 June 38

23 Jan. 41 12 July 39

24 July 40 24 Jan. 41

15 June 39

19 Oct. 39 3 Apr 41

20 June 39 9 Oct. 39

Expira- tion of last

cruise or tour of sea

service

Jan. 38 June 36 Sept 98 July 38 June 36

July 3S Jan. 40 June 39 May 39 Sept. 39

Jan. 38 Feb. 41 Aug. 39 June 39 -..do

Dec. 40 Feb. 41 Oct. 37 May 34 June 34

Feb. 41

-..do

May 37 Feb. 41 July 38

Apr. 41 Feb. 41 Jan. 38 Aug. 05 May 39

June 29 June 21 Sept. 40 June 40 May 39

July 38 Mar. 41 Mar. 39 June 27 June 35

June 37 May 38 Mar. 27 June 40 May 39

_..do

Sept. 27 Aug. 37 Apr. 36 Sept. 20

FLAG OFFICERS OF THE NAVY

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REAR ADMIRALS (84)

(14 additional in grade)

No. in grade

Sea service in rank and on promotion list for rank

Total sea service

Prior service for pay purposes

Born

Entry

Date

State

Date

State

Yr.

Mo.

Yr.

Mo.

Yr.

Mo.

Dy.

5

11

27

1

15 Oct. 77

Pennsylvania

22 Sept. 93

Pennsylvania.

5

9

23

8

12 June 77

Michigan

19 May 93

Michigan.

0

0

1

1

12 Aug. 77

Maryland . _

6 Sept. 94

Maryland.

5

0

23

4

0

9

9

28 July 78

Mississippi

do

Texas.

5

3

11

20

8

25 Oct. 77

Idaho

22 Sept. 94

Idaho.

4

2

22

3

30 Aug. 77

Germany

5 June 95

At large.

5

7

22

6

12 July 78

Kentucky.

6 Sept. 95

Kentucky.

5

0

24

4

24 Nov. 77

Pennsylvania

20 May 95

At large.

4

4

23

5

11 Jan. 80

Ohio..

. ...do...

Ohio.

10

4

1

23

5

9 Aug. 78

Virginia

30 May 95

At large.

3

10

22

10

14 Feb. 80

New York

20 May 95

New York.

4

4

22

9

10 July 79

West Virginia

20 May 96

West Virginia.

4

5

25

4

28 June 78

Delaware

19 Sept. 96

Delaware.

3

9

23

11

19 Nov. 78

Pennsylvania..

5 Sept. 96

Pennsylvania.

15

3

7

25

9

23 Nov. 78

Ohio

6 Sept. 97

Ohio.

3

3

22

2

26 Aug. 77

Georgia. ...

5 Sept. 96

Georgia.

4

0

23

4

7 Oct. 79

Texas.

7 Sept. 97

Texas.

1

10

20

11

11 May 79

Maine. ..

20 May 97

Rhode Island.

0

4

14

8

29 July 77

Mississippi

do

Mississippi.

20

4

7

22

1

a o

4

22

9 June 80

Minnesota

do

Minnesota.

4

2

21

10

29 Oct. 77

Maine

8 Sept. 97

Maine.

3

7

22

7

® 1

1

9

10 Feb. 78

Kansas. . ...

20 Sept. 97

Michigan.

1

11

21

10

28 June 78

South Carolina

20 May 97

South Carolina.

3

6

20

11

18 Sept. 78

Texas.

21 Sept. 98

Texas.

25

1

10

20

0

° 0

8

8

16 Nov. 79

Massachusetts

8 Sept. 97

At large.

3

1

20

5

11 Mar. 80

Indiana

7 Sept. 98

Indiana.

3

1

26

3

22 July 81

Illinois

25 May 98

Illinois.

2

1

22

0

27 Apr. 82

Pennsylvania-

23 Sept. 98

New Jersey,

0

0

3

2

9 Mar. 81

Michigan

11 Sept. 99

Michigan.

30

2

4

20

1

4 Oct. 81

Illinois

9 Sept. 99

Illinois.

0

0

4

7

27 Feb. 82

Iowa.. . .

11 Sept. 99

Iowa.

0

0

11

5

13 Aug. 82

Texas. .

8 Sept. 99

Texas.

2

6

22

2

5 June 82

New York

21 Sept. 99

New York.

2

8

22

7

»0

5

15

1 Oct. 79

Kentucky

9 Sept. 99

Kentucky.

35

1

8

19

7

12 Nov. 80

Pennsylvania

25 Oct. 99

Pennsylvania.

1

5

20

9

28 Nov. 80

Alabama .

23 May 99

Alabama.

3

3

19

5

8 Dec. 81

Alabama

7 Sept. 00

Alabama.

2

8

18

5

12 Aug. 84

California

7 July 00

At large.

0

0

5

2

5 Aug. 84

New York. . .

7 Sept. 00

New York.

40

3

0

19

6

26 Feb. 82

Kentucky

21 May 00

Kentucky.

3

6

22

2

30 Oct. 82

New Jersey

7 July 00

At large.

1

10

19

8

8 Jan. 83

North Carolina

7 Sept. 00

North Carolina.

0

0

9

6

16 Oct. 83

Ohio .

7 Sept. 01

Ohio.

1

11

19

3

20 June 83

District of Columbia.

21 May 01

Indiana.

45

1

10

19

4

31 May 85

District of Columbia.

do

Maryland.

0

11

23

1

24 Feb. 85

Texas. .

7 Sept. 01

Texas.

0

0

12

7

6 Apr. 82

Idaho .

do

Idaho.

0

3

19

6

26 May 81

Pennsylvania

21 May 01

Pennsylvania.

2

0

22

0

0

5

17

11 Dec. 81

Indiana

. do ..

Indiana.

50

0

0

15

4

6 Nov. 83

Rhode Island

8 June 01

Rhode Island.

16

FLAG OFFICERS OF THE NAVY

No. in grade

55

65

70

75

Signal

No.

Name

i

Special courses and » qualifications

Date of rank

Date of present shore duty, leave, or commence- ment of cruise

Expira- tion of last

cruise or tour of sea

service

51

Stanford Caldwell Hooper (C) (X)

4

23 June 38

8 Aug. 35

Oct. 25

52

John Henry Newton (C). ___ ...

15 16

.do ..

3 May 39

June 38

53

Wilhelm Lee FriedeU'(C)

1 16

do

24 Feb. 41

Jan. 41

54

John Walter Wilcox, Jr. (E) ...

5-a 16

do

18 Sept. 40

Aug. 40

55

John Morris Smeallie . ...

16 18

do ...

7 Mar. 41

Mar. 39

56

Allan “J” Chantry, Jr. (X) ...

4-c 16 68

1 Oct. 38 .

15 Sept. 39

May 29

57

Robert Lee Ghormiey (E) (F)

16

do

7 Aug. 40

June 37

58

William Lowndes Calhoun.. ...

1 16 18

2 Nov. 38 .

27 Dec. 39

June 39

59

Russell Willson (C)

16

1 Jan. 39

1 Feb. 41

Jan. 41

60

Harry Allen Stuart (X). . . . ...

4

19 May 39.

15 June 33

Mar. 24

61

Leigh Noyes (C) .

2 16

1 July 39..-

28 July 39

June 39

62

William Alexander Glassford, Jr. (B)

5-b 16

do

16 Dec. 37

Dec. 34

63

Arthur LeRoy Bristol, Jr. (C) (F)

2 16 ..

1 Aug. 39

21 July 39

June 36

64

Frank Jack Fletcher (A) (C)

16 18 19

1 Nov. 39.

15 Sept. 39

Dec. 37

65

Milo Frederick Draemel (E)

16

8 Dec. 39

30 Dec. 39

...do

66

John Henry Towers (C)^

2 16 .

29 Dec. 39

1 June 39

June 38

67

Ferdinand Louis Reichmuth

16

1 May 40

20 June 40

Apr. 38

68

Isaac Campbell Kidd. _ ... .

15 16

1 July 40 -

17 Sept. 38

June 36

69

Roland Munroe Brainard

16 26

. do

29 July 39

June 39

70

Sherwoode Ayerst Taffinder ... .

16

... do.

24 June 39

Nov. 36

71

Alexander Sharp (E) .

16 18

do

6 Sept. 39

Aug. 39

72

Aubrey Wray Fitch .. __

2 5-e 16 18

do..

9 Nov. 40

June 37

73

Robert Alfred Theobald ...

15 16 18. _ .

1 Sept. 40

7 Juhe 40

Jan. 40

74

Raymond Ames Spruance..

16

1 Oct. 40 .

22 Feb. 40

...do

75

Henry Kent Hewitt (C)

16 18

1 Dec. 40

27 July 40

June 38

76

Felix Xerxes Gygax

1 5-c 16

do

1 July 41

June 41

77

Charles Alfred Dunn (E) (X)

4 23

do

5 J uly 40

J uly 30

78

Thomas Withers

1 16 18

do

10 Jan. 41

Dec. 38

79

John Sidney McCain

2 16

1 Feb. 41

23 Jan. 41

J une 39

80

Augustin Toutant Beauregard (E) .

5~st b 6 16 18 _

1 Apr. 41

June 41

Dec. 38

81

Randall Jacobs..: . ...

_ _ :do._ .

2 Jan. 41

July 39

82

Richard Stanislaus Edwards (C).

1 16 18

1 May 41

5 June 40

June 37

83

John Howard HoovertC) ._ ...

1 2 16 19

1 July 41 ._ ..

1 July 41

June 41

84

Harold Medberry Bemis (B) _.

1 16

do__ (Y)

31 Dec. 40

Dec. 40

^Commissioned Chief of Bureau of Aeronautics from June 1, 1939.

FLAG OFFICERS OF THE NAVY

17

No. in grade

Sea service in rank and on promotion list for rank

Total sea service

Prior service for pay purposes

Born

Entry

Date

State

Date

State

Yr.

Mo.

Yr.

Mo.

Yr.

Mo.

Dy.

0

o

11

4

16 Aug. 84

California _

31 Aug. 01

California.

2

8

21

3

13 Dec. 81

Pennsylvania

4 June 01

Pennsylvania.

3

1

23

9

22 Aug. 83

Arkansas- _

7 Sept. 01

Arkansas.

2

0

21

2

22 Mar. 82

Georgia

21 May 01

Georgia.

55

0

9

19

9

5 Sept. 86

New York

7 Sept. 01

New York.

0

0

4

2

S'

15 Apr. 83

Iowa. ...

11 Sept. 02

Iowa.

0

0

18

4

15 Oct. 83

Oregon.. _

23 Sept. 02

Idaho.

2

2

20

10

13 July 84

Florida

do

Florida.

1

8

19

0

27 Dec. 83

New York.. .. . ..

1 Oct. 02

Wyoming.

60

0

0

11

10

16 June 82

Virginia. .. . .

22 Sept. 00

Virginia.

0

7

21

4

15 Dee. 85

Vermont

25