Committee Serial No. 23. Considers the strength and readiness of the naval fleet
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Rear Admiral Austin M. Knight, President, Board of Awards, to Senator Frederick Hale of Maine, Chairman of the Subcommittee of the Committee on Naval Affairs. BOARD OF AWARDS, NAVY DEPARTMENT, Washington, D.C., J Hon. Frederick Hale, United States Senate. MY DEAR SENATOR: Replying to your letter of May 7 requesting recommendations as to a reorganization of the Navy . by Francis J. Reynolds; photographs arranged by C.W. Taylor; with an introduction by Rear Admiral Austin M. Knight. This book is a history told primarily through numerous illustrations and photographs. Some staining of pages near end. Speaking at the dinner of the Efficiency Society in the Hotel Biltmore last evening Rear Admiral Austin M. Knight, President of the Naval War College, at Newport, R.I., advocated the creation of a. It was considered a plum assignment and "a great prize in the Navy. I was lucky enough to be the first to get it." He helped develop torpedoes for the Navy and commanded the North Dakota in the early part of the century. In , Gleaves took command of USS Utah and in he was promoted to rear : Bill Doughty.
He was promoted to the rank of rear admiral (lower half) Oct. 1, , and assumed the role of deputy commander for Navy Medicine East (Norfolk) and director of the Reserve Medical Corps. 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 Author: Rowan Scarborough. In , as a lieutenant, he attended the Naval War College and stayed on for an additional year on the staff in , during which time he assisted the College's president, Rear Admiral Austin M. Knight, in preparing the first history of the College. Compiled By Lieutenant C C Gill U S Navy (6) Louis N Feipel (6) Robert W Neeser (6) Captain A P Niblack U S Navy (2) Captain Geo R Clark U S Navy (2) Commander A W Hinds U S Navy (2) Lieut Commander Lyman A Cotten U S Navy (2) Lieutenant Junior Grade E G Allen U S Navy (2) Rear Admiral Austin M Knight U S Navy President U S Naval War College (2).
Rear Admiral Austin M. Knight, representing the Department of the Navy, stated, 'As the representative of my government and especially of the department of the Navy, I am charged with the duty of transferring to your custody the remains of those brave men, your countrymen, whose fate it was to die far from the land which they loved and which. lete the gun-armed main battle tank. Perhaps they would find it worthwhile to ponder the words of Rear Admiral Austin M. Knight in his introduction to the book, The United States Navy — From the Revolution to Date: “And through all its changes the backbone of the fleet has continued to be the fighting ship of large and stead-File Size: KB. Prepared By Lieutenant C C Gill U S Navy (5) Captain A P Niblack U S Navy (2) Captain Geo R Clark U S Navy (2) Commander A W Hinds U S Navy (2) Lieut Commander Lyman A Cotten U S Navy (2) Lieutenant Junior Grade E G Allen U S Navy (2) Rear Admiral Austin M Knight U S Navy President U S Naval War College (2) Translated By Captain W T Hoadley U S. The only substantive rank for a flag officer in the United States Navy was that of Rear Admiral. In consequence this list presents the names of individuals without an indication of rank. John McDonald, Rear Admiral, New York Navy Yard. Promotions Admiral Austin Knight. KAEMMERLING, Gustav, [Act/ ],