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Rear Adm. C. Stewart U.S.N.

Rear Adm. W.B. Shubrick, U.S.N.

Rear Adm. Francis H. Gregory

Rear Adm. J. Smith, U.S.N

Rear Adm. W.B. Shubrick, U.S.N

Rear Adm. J. Smith, U.S.N.

Rear Adm. G.W. Storer, U.S.N

Rear Adm. C. Stewart, U.S.N

Rear Adm. J.A. Dahlgren, U.S.N.

Rear Adm. C. Stewart U.S.N.

Rear Adm. S.H. Stringham USN

Rear Adm. Francis H. Gregory

Rear Adm. W.B. Shubrick, U.S.N

Rear Adm. G.W. Storer, U.S.N.

Rear Adm. J.A. Dahlgren, U.S.N

Rear Adm. Francis H. Gregory

Rear Adm. W.B. Shubrick, U.S.N.

Rear Adm. S.H. Stringham USN

Rear Adm. C. Stewart, U.S.N

Rear Adm. David Glasgow Farragut, U.S.N.

Rear Adm. Louis M. Goldsborough, U.S.N. photo by Black ; engd. by J.C. Buttre

Rear Adm. William T. Sampson

Rear Adm'l David W. Taylor, Chief Const.

Rear Adm'l Victor Blue

Rear Adm'l Blue (R)

Rear Adm'l Strauss

Rear Adm. C. Cradock

Rear Adm. C. McR. Winslow

Rear Adm. W.H. May

Rear Adm. C. Cradock

Rear Adm. W.H. May

J.F. Sorzano; Rear Adm. Carvatho i.e., Rear Admiral Carvalho; Algot Lange

J.F. Sorzano; Rear Adm. Carvatho [i.e., Rear Admiral Carvalho]; Algot Lange

GERMAN SQUADRON VISIT TO U.S. REAR ADM. WARDAR ARRIVING ON 'MAYFLOWER'

J.F. Sorzano; Rear Adm. Carvatho i.e., Rear Admiral Jose Carlos Carvalho; Algot Lange

GERMAN SQUADRON VISIT TO U.S. REAR ADM. WARDAR ARRIVING ON 'MAYFLOWER'

Capt. Ritter, Rear Adm. Ward, German Ambassador, Admiral Paschowitz

J.F. Sorzano; Rear Adm. Carvatho [i.e., Rear Admiral Jose Carlos Carvalho]; Algot Lange

Capt. Ritter, Rear Adm. Ward, German Ambassador, Admiral Paschowitz

Ceremonies - Lafayette Day, 1918 - Celebration of the 160th anniversary of the birth of Lafayette at City Hall, N.Y. Front row from left to right: George L. Wilson, Rear Adm. Usher. Willard Bartlett, Andre Tardien, Mayor Mitchell, Lieut. Gen. Leclercq and Commander Arthur L. Blackwood

Secretary of the Navy, Josephus Daniels being presented a bronze statue by French Ambassador Jean Jusserand, for the U.S.S. Seattle, which escorted troop-ships to France. Front row, L. to R.: Secty. Daniels, Ambassador Jusserand, Capt. Sainte Seine; Back row, L. to R.: Adm. Wilson, Rear Adm. Niblack, Rear Adm. McKean, Com. Foote

Secretary of the Navy, Josephus Daniels being presented a bronze statue by French Ambassador Jean Jusserand, for the U.S.S. Seattle, which escorted troop-ships to France. Front row, L. to R.: Secty. Daniels, Ambassador Jusserand, Capt. Sainte Seine; Back row, L. to R.: Adm. Wilson, Rear Adm. Niblack, Rear Adm. McKean, Com. Foote

Rear Adm. Moffett testified before the House Naval Affairs Comm. about trip to North Pole

Rear Adm. Moffett testified before the House Naval Affairs Comm. about trip to North Pole

Rear Adm'l. Sir Alfred Emile Chetfield

Sec. Wilburn, Capt. W.R. Sefton, Rear Adm. J.H. Straus, Budget officers, [9/20/24]

Sec. Wilburn, Capt. W.R. Sefton, Rear Adm. Straus, budget officers, 92024

Sec. Wilburn, Capt. W.R. Sefton, Rear Adm. J.H. Straus, Budget officers, 92024

Bear of Oakland brings Rear Adm. Byrd to Navy Yard, 51335

Bear of Oakland brings Rear Adm. Byrd to Navy Yard, 5/13/35

Bear of Oakland brings Rear Adm. Byrd to Navy Yard, 51335

[Bear of Oakland brings Rear Adm. Byrd to Navy Yard, 5/13/35]

SEABEES. DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY. BUREAU OF YARDS AND DOCKS

Navy file photo of Rear Adm. Samuel Eliot Morison, USNR

ASTRONAUT JAMES A. MCDIVITT - MISC. - GEMINI-TITAN (GT)-4 WELCOME - ATLANTIC

Rear Adm. H. G. Rickover, USN (uncovered)

Secretary of Defense Melvin R. Laird, left, presents the Department of Defense Distinguished Service Medal to Rear Adm. Daniel J. Murphy, military assistant to the secretary of defense, during a ceremony at the Pentagon. His wife is standing by

Medal of Honor recipient Rear Adm. James B. Stockdale, center, chats with guests following his award ceremony.

Rear Adm. Grant Sharp, Commander, Battle Group Two, left, talks with Captain Jack A. Moriarty, Commanding Officer of the aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV-67), seated right, during operations with Carrier Battle Group Eight off the coast of Lebanon

Captain Thomas C. Watson Jr., right, commanding officer, welcomes Rear Adm. Frederick C. Johnson for a visit aboard the aircraft carrier USS INDEPENDENCE (CV-62)

Vice Adm. J.W. Cox, chief, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery and surgeon general of the Navy, speaks during the ground breaking ceremony for the new Naval Regional Medical Center. Seated behind him are (L-R): Rear Adm. Eustine P. Rucci, commanding officer, Naval Regional Medical Center; Rear Adm. P. Gillcrist, commander, Naval Base, San Diego; Cmdr. M. Hopper, officer in charge of construction, Western Division Naval Facilities Engineering Command, and Capt. C.C. Atkins, director of clinical services, Naval Regional Medical Center

Guests attending the ground breaking ceremony for the new Naval Regional Medical Center are (L-R): CAPT. W. Begg, Chaplain Corps; former Secretary of the Navy E. Hidalgo; Vice Adm. J.W. Cox, chief, Bureau of Medicine and surgery and surgeon general of the Navy; Rear Adm. Garrick, U.S. Naval Reserve (Reg.), deputy counselor to the president and representing the secretary of the Navy; Rear Adm. P. Gillcrist, commander, Naval Base, San Diego; Cmdr. M. Hopper, officer in charge of construction, Western Division Naval Facilities Engineering Command, and Capt. C.C. Atkins, director of clinical services, Naval Regional Medical Center

Rear Adm. Eustine P. Rucci, commanding officer, Naval Regional Medical Center, makes his opening remarks at the ground breaking ceremony for the center. Rear Adm. Robert M. Garrick, U.S. Naval Reserve (Ret.), deputy counselor to the president and representing the secretary of the Navy, is seated behind him

Vice Adm. J.W. Cox, chief, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery and surgeon general of the Navy, speaks during the ground breaking ceremony for the new Naval Regional Medical Center. Seated behind him are (L-R): Rear Adm. Eustine P. Rucci, commanding officer, Naval Regional Medical Center; Rear Adm. P. Gillcrist, commander, Naval Base, San Diego; Cmdr. M. Hopper, officer in charge of construction, Western Division Naval Facilities Engineering Command, and Capt. C.C. Atkins, director of clinical services, Naval Regional Medical Center.

Vice Adm. J.W. Cox, chief, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery and surgeon general of the Navy, speaks during the ground breaking ceremony for the new Naval Regional Medical Center. Seated behind him are (L-R): Rear Adm. Eustine P. Rucci, commanding officer, Naval Regional Medical Center; Rear Adm. P. Gillcrist, commander, Naval Base, San Diego; Cmdr. M. Hopper, officer in charge of construction, Western Division Naval Facilities Engineering Command, and Capt. C.C. Atkins, director of clinical services, Naval Regional Medical Center

Former Secretary of the Navy Edward Hidalgo speaks during the ground breaking ceremony for the new Naval Regional Medical Center. Seated behind him are (L-R): Vice Adm. J. William Cox, chief, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery and surgeon general of the Navy; Rear Adm. Eustine P. Rucci, commanding officer, Naval Regional Medical Center; Rear Adm. P. Gillcrist, commander, Naval Base, San Diego; Cmdr. M. Hopper, officer in charge of construction, Western Division Naval Facilities Engineering Command, and Capt. C.C. Atkins, director of clinical services, Naval Regional Medical Center

Rear Adm. Eustine P. Rucci, commanding officer, Naval Regional Medical Center, makes his opening remarks at the ground breaking ceremony for the center. Rear Adm. Robert M. Garrick, U.S. Naval Reserve (Ret.), deputy counselor to the president and representing the secretary of the Navy, is seated behind him

Rear Adm. Eustine P. Rucci, commanding officer, Naval Regional Medical Center, speaks during the ground breaking ceremony for the center. Seated on the speaker's platform are (L-R): CAPT. Wendell R. Begg, Chaplain Corps, and Vice Adm. J. William Cox, chief, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery and surgeon general of the Navy

Chaplain (CAPT.) Oliver Wetzel, Naval Base Seattle, offers the invocation at the launching of the guided missile patrol combatant (hydrofoil) Aries (PHM-5). Among those with Wetzel on the platform are: Boeing Marine Systems Vice President Robert E. Bateman, third from left; Vice Adm. Earl B. Fowler Jr., commander, Naval Sea Systems Command; his wife who is ship's sponsor; and Rear Adm. James D. Williams, commander, Naval Base Seattle

LT. Thomas D. Baird, Chaplain Corps, gives the benediction during the commissioning ceremony for the Oliver Hazard Perry class guided missile frigate USS JOHN A. MOORE (FFG-19). Standing behind him is (L-R) Rear Adm. Paul T. Gillcrist, commander, Naval Base San Diego, Capt. David Kalb, Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion and Repair, and Len Thorell, Vice President and General Manager of Todd Pacific Shipyards

Terry Cosgrove Pacific Ocean....Attending a RIMPAC '88 press conference aboard the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz (CVN-68) are, (l-r): Rear Adm. J. F. Shaw, commander, Cruiser Destroyer Group One; Rear Adm. (lower half) T.A. Mercer, commander, Carrier Group Seven; Rear Adm. Toshio Muranaka, Japan Maritime Self Defense Force; Vice Adm. D. Hernandez, commander, 3rd Fleet; Rear Adm. P. Sinclair, maritime commander Australia; Rear Adm. R. George, Canadian Maritime Force, Pacific; CAPT. P. Farthing, commanding officer, HMAS Hobart (DDG-39); and CAPT. G. Garnett, Canadian commander, Destroyer Squadron Two. OFFICIAL U.S. NAVY PHOTO (RELEASED)

Rear Adm. (lower half) Peter A. Bondi, USN (uncovered) OFFICIAL U.S. NAVY PHOTO (RELEASED)

Rear Adm. William A. Dougherty, USN (uncovered) OFFICIAL U.S. NAVY PHOTO (RELEASED)

PH2 M.A. Harnar Persian Gulf....Rear Adm. (lower half) D. A. Dyer, commander, Destroyer Squadron 22, right, stands on the bridge of the tanker Gas Queen with another officer, center, and LT. Ash, squadron operations officer. OFFICIAL U.S. NAVY PHOTO (RELEASED)

PH2 M.A. Harnar Persian Gulf....Rear Adm. (lower half) D. A. Dyer, commander, Destroyer Squadron 22, discusses escort operations with the captain of the Gas Queen and another officer on the bridge of the tanker. OFFICIAL U.S. NAVY PHOTO (RELEASED)

PH2 M.A. Harnar Persian Gulf....Rear Adm. (lower half) D. A. Dyer, commander, Destroyer Squadron 22, rides a whale boat headed away from the tanker Gas Queen after coordinating escort procedures for the ship. OFFICIAL U.S. NAVY PHOTO (RELEASED)

Beverly Bohen, sponsor and niece of Rear Adm. Thomas B. Klakring, left, and Susan Quick Cahoon, matron of honor, pose in front of the guided missile frigate KLAKRING (FFG-42) prior to the ship's launching

Beverly Bohen, sponsor and niece of Rear Adm. Thomas B. Klakring, poses in front of the guided missile frigate KLAKRING (FFG-42) prior to the ship's launching

Beverly Bohen, sponsor and niece of Rear Adm. Thomas B. Klakring, christens the guided missile frigate KLAKRING (FFG-42). To the left is a distinguished guest

Rear Adm. James E. Service, left, reports to Adm. William N. Sma.., vice chief of Naval Operations, for duty as president during a change of command ceremony at the Naval War College. CAPT. William H. Bell, chaplain, right, and CAPT. David L. Self, former president, NWC, look on

Rear Adm. Crawford Easterling, commander, Naval Air Force, Pacific, walks from an SH-3 Sea King Helicopter upon his arrival for a tour of the facility

Rear Adm. William J. Holland, USN (uncovered)

Chaplain (Rear Adm.) Ross H. Tower, chief of Navy Chaplains, addresses the guests and spectators at the christening ceremony for the Aegis guided missile cruiser YORKTOWN (CG-48)

Rear Adm. Neil M. Stevensen, Chaplain Corps, U.S. Navy, speaks during the state funeral service for the Unknown Serviceman of the Vietnam Era at Arlington National Cemetery. Interment will take place at the Tomb of the Unknowns following the service

LT. W. Blair, chaplain, gives the invocation at the commissioning of the guided missile frigate USS GARY (FFG-51). Standing are left to right, CAPT. H. Venezia, commander, Surface Squadron One; Vice Adm. H. Schrader Jr., commander, Naval Surface Force, U.S. Pacific Fleet; Rear Adm. W. A. Walsh, Office of the CHIEF of Naval Operations; CAPT. R. Randall and L. Thorell

Rear Adm. Richard C. Ustick (covered)

CAPT. Joseph F. Brennan addresses guests at the commissioning of the guided missile frigate USS CARR (FFG-52). Other dignitaries attending are, from the left: Rear Adm. Laverne S. Severance Jr, commander, Naval Base, Seattle; Commodore David F. Chandler, deputy commander, Naval Surface Force; Jack Yusen, " SAMUEL B. ROBERTS" Survivors Association; and Sponsor Goldie Carr Bensilhe

Rear Adm. George W. Davis Jr., commander, Naval Surface Force, U.S. Pacific Fleet, delivers the keynote address at the commissioning of the guided missile frigate USS CARR (FFG-52). John T. Gilbride Jr., vice president and general manager, Todd Seattle, is seated in the background

CMDR. Robert J. Horne, commanding officer of the guided missile frigate USS CARR (FFG-52), addresses guests during the ship's commissioning. Seated in the background are, from the left: Rear Adm. Laverne S. Severance Jr., commander, Naval Base, Seattle; Commodore David F. Chandler, deputy commander, Naval Surface Force; Mr. John T. Gilbride Jr., Todd Seattle and Capt. Joseph F. Brennan, chaplain, Naval Base, Seattle

Rear Adm. Laverne S. Severance Jr., commander, Naval Base, Seattle, addresses guests at the commissioning of the guided missile frigate USS CARR (FFG-52). Other dignitaries attending are, from the left: Commodore David F. Chandler, deputy commander, Naval Surface Force; John T. Gilbride Jr., Todd Seattle; Jack Yusen, "SAMUEL B. ROBERTS" Survivors Association; Sponsor Goldie Carr Bensilhe; Capt. J. F. Brennan, chaplain, Naval Base, Seattle; and Cmdr. R. J. Horne, commanding officer

Rear Adm. Thomas F. Brown III, USN

Rear Adm. Robert C. Elliott. (covered)

Mrs. J. Denton, sponsor, breaks champagne across the bow of the guided missile cruiser MOBILE BAY (CG-53). Looking on are (L-R): Sen. J. Denton Jr., R-Als., Mr. J. St. Pe', president of Ingalls Shipbuilding; M. Denton, maid of honor; Mrs. M. McPhillips, matron of honor; Vice Adm. J. Metcalf III, deputy chief of Naval Operations, Surface Warfare; Rear Adm. W. Meyer, deputy commander, Combat Systems, Naval Sea Systems Command; and Commodore J. Shaw, program manager, Aegis Shipbuilding, Naval Sea Systems Command

Sen J. Denton Jr., R-Ala., speaks at the christening of the Aegis guided missile cruiser MOBILE BAY (CG-53). Behind him are (L-R): Rear Adm. W. Meyer, deputy commander, Combat Systems, Naval Sea Systems Command; CAPT. G. Dowell III, supervisor of shipbuilding, conversion, and repair; Commodore J. Shaw, program manager, Aegis Shipbuilding, Naval Sea Systems Command; Vice Adm. J. Metcalf III, deputy chief of Naval Operations, Surface Warfare; Mr. Knecht,; Mr. J. St. Pe`; Jane Denton, sponsor; M. McPhillips, matron of honor; and Archbishop O. Lipscomb

Members of the christening party attending the ceremony for the Aegis guided missile cruiser MOBILE BAY (CG-53) are (L-R): Mr. J. St. Pe'; Sen. J. Denton Jr., R-Ala., Miss E. Denton, maid of honor; Archbishop O. Lipscomb; Rear Adm. W. Meyer, deputy commander, Combat Systems, Naval Sea Systems Command; Mrs. M. McPhillips, matron of honor; Vice Adm. J. Metcalf III, deputy chief of Naval Operations, Surface Warfare; Commodore J. Shaw, program manager, Aegis Shipbuilding, Naval Sea Systems Command; and Capt. F. Whalen, prospective commanding officer of the MOBILE BAY

A joint Navy and Marine honor guard participates in the christening ceremony for the Aegis guided missile cruiser MOBILE BAY (CG-53). They are armed with M-14 rifles. Behind them is Rear Adm. W. Meyer, deputy commander, Combat Systems, Naval Sea Systems Command, (left) and Sen. Jeremiah Denton Jr., R-Ala., (center)

Rear Adm. David L. Harlow (covered)

Rear Adm. Diego E. Hernandez

Rear Adm. John F. Shaw, program manager, Aegis Shipbuilding, speaks during the commissioning of the guided missile cruiser USS VALLEY FORGE (CG-50)

Rear Adm. John J. Higginson, commander, Amphibious Group Three, attends the commssioning the dock landing ship USS GERMANTOWN (LSD-42)