Recommendations of Rear Admiral Aaron Ward, U.S. Navy

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About the Edition

Committee Serial No. 4

StatementUnited States House Committee on Naval Affairs, Sixty-Third Congress, first session
ContributionsUnited States. Congress. House. Committee on Naval Affairs
The Physical Object
Pagination183-187 p
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Open LibraryOL15272971M

Rear Admiral Aaron Ward, USN, () Aaron Ward was born at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on 10 October Appointed to the U.S.

Naval Academy inhe graduated in June and was assigned to USS California on the Pacific Station for the next two years.

He then had duty with the Hydrographic Office in Washington, D.C., punctuated by brief service in USS Brooklyn from late. Aaron Ward was born on 10 October in Philadelphia, Pa.

Following graduation from the United States Naval Academy inhe was ordered to California on the Pacific next served in Brooklyn in the West Indies from tobefore reporting to Franklin on the European station. Ward served a tour of duty at the Naval Academy from to Portrait photograph, in Special Full Dress uniform, taken circa Courtesy of the Naval Historical Foundation, Washington, D.C.

U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command Photograph. Lieutenant Aaron Ward to Commodore John C. Watson, Commander, First Blockading Squadron. Wasp, Blockading between Havana and Bahia Honda, Cuba, (Latitude 23° 05’ N., longitude 82° 52’ W.) Sir: Yesterday, 12th instant, at 11 a.

m., while coasting eastward from Bahia Honda, this vessel, when about 4 miles east of Mariel, fell in with the steamer Gussie, of New.

USS Aaron Ward (DD) was a Gleaves-class destroyer in the service of the United States was the second Navy ship named in honor of Rear Admiral Aaron sank on 7 April in a shoal near Tinete Point of Nggela Sule, Solomon Islands during Operation wreck was discovered on 4 September Commissioned: 4 March Three United States Navy ships have been named after Admiral Aaron Ward - USS Aaron Ward (DD), served between and and then became HMS Castleton.

USS Aaron Ward (DD), served between and her sinking by Japanese bombers in USS Aaron Ward (DM), was a destroyer minelayer that served in and See alsoBattles/wars: Spanish–American War. This data collection contains U.S. Navy cruise books for various years and ships from to They include the volumes in the Navy Department Library’s collection, the nation’s largest cruise book collection.

Cruise books are yearbook-style books put together by volunteers on board ship to commemorate a deployment. The third ship named USS Aaron Ward (DD/DM) in honor of Rear Admiral Aaron Ward was a Robert H. Smith-class destroyer minelayer in the service of the United States Navy. She was laid down as an Allen M.

Sumner-class destroyer (DD) on 12 December at San Pedro, California by the Bethlehem Steel Corporation and launched on 5 Maysponsored by Mrs. sioned: 28 October Chief of Information Attn: US Navy Navy Pentagon Washington DC Admiral Robert P.

Burke. Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy. Russell L. Smith. #N#Adametz, John J., Rear Admiral. Aeschbach, Kelly, Rear Adm. Aiken, James, Rear. From toWard commanded Yorktown, Don Juan de Austria, and Pennsylvania successively. He served for one year as supervisor of the harbor at New York before becoming an aide to the Secretary of the Navy in In Ward was promoted to rear admiral.

In he became second in command of the Atlantic Fleet. With World War II now nearly at an end, Aaron Ward was not worth the expense of renovation. She was decommissioned in late September and sold for scrapping in July USS Aaron Ward was named in honor of Rear Admiral Aaron Ward, USN, (), who served actively in the U.S.

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ranks above vice admiral (three-star admiral) and below fleet admiral (five-star admiral). There have been four-star admirals in the history of the U.S.

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Navy equivalent to the rank of Major General General in the other Armed Admiral is the highest naval rank maintained during peacetime, as all higher ranks are temporary and linked to. By Sam Cox (Rear Adm. USN, Ret.), Director, Naval History and Heritage Command “At Dawn We Slept” was the title of one of the most influential books about the disastrous Japanese surprise attack on Pearl Harbor on the morning of Dec.

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Recalled to service in a destroyer squadron for the Korean War, he made captain in the reserves before retiring in to New Orleans and then San. Rear admiral (abbreviated as RADM), also sometimes referred to as "rear admiral (upper half)", is a two-star flag officer, with the pay grade of O-8 in the United States Navy, the United States Coast Guard, the United States Public Health Service Commissioned Corps, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Commissioned Officer Corps and the United States Maritime rank: OF Laid down Febru at Federal Shipbuilding and Dry dock Company in Kearney, NJ.

Launched Novem Commissioned March 4, into the U. Navy (USN) as USS Aaron Ward (DD) the second ship named in honor of Rear Admiral Aaron Ward.

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USS Aaron Ward was named in honor of Rear Admiral Aaron Ward, USN, (), who served actively in the U.S. Navy from to This page features all the views we have related to USS Aaron Ward (Destroyer #later DD). The command flags flown by Rear-Admiral changed a number of times during this period included.

[1] The Royal Navy rank of rear admiral should be distinguished from the office of Rear-Admiral of the United Kingdom, which is an Admiralty position usually held by a senior (and possibly retired) "full" rank: OF Rear admiral is a senior naval flag officer rank, equivalent to a major general and air vice marshal and above that of a commodore and captain, but below that of a vice is regarded as a two star "admiral" many navies it is referred to as (OF-8)/(O-8).

It originated from the days of naval sailing squadrons and can trace its origins to the Royal Navy. The USS Aaron Ward was feet 4 inches long, 36 feet 1 inch wide and displaced 1, tons (2, tons full load).

Over the next four months the ship was fitted out and on 4 Marchthe USS Aaron Ward was commissioned as DD Powered by 2 shaft geared Westinghouse geared turbines (to shp) with steam from four oil fired Babcock. On this page you can learn more about a Rear Admiral's payscale, the process of becoming a Rear Admiral, and the history of the rank in the United States Navy.

Navy Rear Admiral Pay Calculator Starting pay for a Rear Admiral is $10, per month, with raises for experience resulting in a maximum base pay of $15, per month. Dedicated to Rear Admiral Aaron Ward (Octo Philadelphia - July 5, Roslyn N.Y.), U.S. navy officer and well-known rose Lover.

Jean Gordon writes in her book "Immortal Roses": "It was hinted by some of the Admiral's naval friends that the Admiral's flagship had a curious way, when on a cruise, of "happening into" French Harbors. Life and Letters of Rear Admiral Stephen B.

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We collect and match historical records that Ancestry users have contributed to their family trees to create each person’s profile.Retired Navy Rear Adm. Robert E. M. Ward, 66, a highly decorated combat veteran of World War II who served as the Navy's chief of legislative affairs in the early s, died April 9 in a hospital.Location: The Ward mine area is located at the southern end of Ward Mountain on the east flank of the Egan Mountains about 24 km south of Ely.

History: One source reports discoveries of silver-lead ore at Ward aboutbut another reports that in March offreighters William Ballinger and John Henry were searching for oxen in the Willow Creek area, and discovered silver ore in Ward Gulch.