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Jonas Ingram

(DD-938: dp. 3,807; 1. 418'5 "; b. 45'1", dr. 14'6 ", s. Oor
30 k .; kpl. 311; a. 3 5 ", 5 3", 4 tt., 2 ASW, 1 det., Cl.
Forrest Sherman)

Jonas Ingram (DD-938) is op 15 Junie 1955 neergelê deur die Bethlehem Steel Co., Quincy, Mass., Op 7 Augustus 1956 begin; geborg deur mev. Lawrence Hays, Jr., dogter van admiraal Ingram; en in opdrag van 19 Julie 1957 by Boston Naval Shipyard, Comdr. G. L. Rawlings in bevel.

Na die skok in die Karibiese Eilande en langs die westelike kus van Suid -Amerika, het Jonas Ingram op 26 Februarie 1958 uit Boston vertrek vir patrollies in die Wes -Indiese Eilande. Sy vaar op 2 September uit Newport, RI, na die Middellandse See om by die 6de vloot aan te sluit en aan NAVO -oefeninge deel te neem.

Sy keer terug na Newport op 12 Maart 1959 en vaar op 16 Junie na Mayport, Fla, haar nuwe tuiste. Sy het as herstelskip opgetree vir 'n eksperimentele Project Mercury neuskegel wat op 25 Junie aan die kus van Florida gespat het.

Die verwoester, as vlagskip vir agteradmiraal E. Stephen, bevelvoerder van die Suid -Atlantiese magte, het op 24 Augustus na die Suid -Atlantiese Oseaan gevaar en gesamentlike oefeninge gedoen met die Franse en Suid -Afrikaanse vloot wat nege Afrikalande van Tanganylka besoek het, voordat Mayport op 15 November teruggekeer het.

Hoogtepunte van die volgende 16 maande bedrywighede buite Mayport was die verskaffing van lug-en-reddingsdekking vir president Eisenhower se vlugte na en van die afbreekbare konferensie in Parys in Mei 1960 en 'n rol in 'n ander Project Mercury-ruimtetoets laat in die jaar. Die geharde verwoester het op 15 Maart 1961 na die Afrika-kus vertrek om die vredesbewaring van die Verenigde Nasies in die Kongo te ondersteun.

Toe sy op 8 September terugkeer, vaar sy op 18 Oktober vir NAVO -oefeninge in Noord -Europese waters en keer 21 Desember terug. Vir die volgende 2 jaar het Jo, ~ terwyl Ingram mediterrane ontplooiings afgewissel het met operasies uit Mayport. Op 21 September 1964 was sy een van ons verteenwoordigers op Malta tydens seremonies waarop Groot -Brittanje onafhanklikheid aan die eiland verleen het. Tydens hierdie vaart het sy vier Turkse vlootbeamptes onderneem vir 'n besoek van vier weke onder die NAVO-uitruilprogram. Sy het betyds teruggekeer uit die Middellandse See om as een van die herwinningskepe te dien vir die onbemande Gemini-ruimteskiet GT-2 in Desember. Atlantic Fleet ASW -oefeninge in die Noord -Atlantiese Oseaan gedurende Februarie 1965 is gevolg deur Operasie "Springboard" in die Karibiese Eilande in Maart. In die somer is Jonas Ingram aan die gang op 'n seevaart tussen mense in die Midde-Oosterse waters en besoek dele soos Djibouti, Frans-Somaliland; Berbera, Somalië; Aden; Karachi, Pakistan; en Beiroet, Libanon.

Die vernietiger het in die herfs na Mayport teruggekeer om in Desember 'n herstelskip te word vir Walter Schirra en Thomas Stafford se Gemini 6 -ruimtetuig. . fter operasies in die Atlantiese en Karibiese Eilande vroeg in 1966 keer Jonas Ingram terug na die Middellandse See vir diens met die 6de E1eet. In September 1966 vergesel sy Stribling (DD-867) na Port Said, die eerste Amerikaanse oorlogskepe wat Egipte in byna 15 jaar besoek het.

Jonas Ingram keer 20 Oktober huis toe waar sy voorberei het vir oefening "Lantflex 66-2". Die vlootoefening het die vernietiger laat in November na die Karibiese Eilande geneem en tot middel Desember geduur. Jonas Ingram het uit Mayport vertrek totdat sy op 17 Julie 1967 na die Middellandse See geseil het. Sy bereik Gibraltar op 29 Julie en stoom met die 6de vloot in die herfs.


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Bob Madewell
Bedieningsjare: 1961-1963
Fantastiese ervaring vir 'n jong man. Ek was mal oor die Med -vaart en die St Lawerance af.

Dennis Ploski
Bedieningsjare: 1970 1973
Dit was 'n ervaring van lank gelede wat permanente veranderinge in my lewe veroorsaak het, maar die goeie, maar slegte, maar meestal lewensveranderende

Neil M. Woodberry, SH2
Bedieningsjare: 1980-1982
Hallo, skipmaats. Ek het gerapporteer aan die Jolly J-I, nadat ek twee jaar lank by die NAVO-basis Keflavik gedien het. Ek het in die verskaffingsafdeling gewerk, onder die Uitbetalingsbeampte, meneer Marsh. My verloofde/vrou het by die Mayport -apteek gewerk. Die J-I het pas 'n uitgebreide herpassing voltooi, sodat die gebruiklike afskuitvaart en 'n Med/ I.O. cruise het my verslaggewing aan boord gevolg. Tydens die vaart het ons 'n seremonie met 'n afskerming gehad, en toe het die papierwerk verlore geraak! Ek het 'n loopbaan van 21 1/2 jaar voltooi. Die Jolly J-I was my tweede skip. Aan die einde van die loopbaan het ek aan boord van 6 skepe gedien, met 2 walstoere by die Sub Base Groton Commissary. My laaste twee skepe is tuisgemaak in Newport, RI en ampamp my vrou en ek woon in die Woodberry-gesinshuis aan die North Shore van Boston, terwyl my ouers nog steeds woon, net onder van ons af. Ons wens albei alle J-I skeepsmate mooi wind en ampamp na see toe NMW & ampamp EAB

Pete Hanssen
Bedieningsjare: 12/1959 tot 08/1962
Ek het baie goeie herinneringe en ook 'n paar nie so goed van die drie jaar wat ek 'n paar jaar gelede die USS Berry DD 933 in DC besoek het nie. Hulle het die enjinkamer verseël weens asbes. Ek het 3 jaar lank 12 uur per dag daar gewoon. Hoe die tyd verander. My vrou sê ek sal nou nooit in my rek pas nie.

Steve Johnson
Bedieningsjare: 1973-1976
Ek was 'n radioman in die radiohut met lugversorging gedurende my twee en 'n half jaar op die Jolly JI. Terwyl ek daar was, het ek geleer hoe om 'n gang te laat skyn, 'n spinnekop te poets en die kop skoon te maak na 'n dag van swaar see. My vlootvaardighede het my vrou 'n gelukkige vrou gemaak!

Don Posman
Bedieningsjare: 12/1972-7/1976
Ek het 'n paar van die beste vriende ontmoet wat ek ooit op die skip gehad het. Ek het ook ongelooflike plekke gesien. Ek het nooit gedink ek sal dit mis as ek daar was nie, maar ek het dit sedertdien gedoen.

Bud Ory
Bedieningsjare: 1972-1977
Beste toer wat ek gehad het.
Beste groep mense met wie ek ooit gewerk het, en ek het dit keer op keer gehoor deur baie Jolly JI -bemanningslede wat nog steeds in Norfolk was!

Weereens -laat Don kyk hoe Glenn uit oom Johns geskop word

Raymond Noell
Bedieningsjare: 1975-1978
8) Ek het die beste tyd van my lewe gehad op die Jonas Ingram. Die Med Cruise was 'n leeftyd werd. Om al die ouens se steaks en kreef op ons Cross the Equator te voed, was iets om te onthou vir die res van my lewe. Ek bly nog steeds in Kalifornië.

PETE VENTOLA
Bedieningsjare: 1961 - 1962
LIEF MY TYD OP DIE INGRAM. ONS HET ELKE 2 JAAR REUNIES
AS JY BELANGSTELLIG KONTAK MY. (201) 738-3839

WESLEY K. MADISON
Bedieningsjare: 1960-1963
Ek het op die Rockin 'JI gedien as 'n Sonarman E-3 na SOG-2 terwyl ek aan boord was. Ek soek nog steeds 'na Sorenson, Hart, Dinofrio en vele ander. Maak SOLANT AMITY 2 en Med Cruise plus Nth. Atlantiese vaart. Ek is ook op soek na Ernie Carrol. Op die Jonas Ingram van 1960 tot '63

Rush F Montgomery
Bedieningsjare: 1972 - 1973
Hallo aan alle skeepsmate van die Jolly JI!

Joseph P.T. "Tim & ampq
Gedien jare: Philly Shipyard Re-fit 1970-1973
Hallo aan al my plank-eienaar skeepsmanne van die herbouing van die Philly. Ek was 'n R3 toe ek weg is. Twee medevaarte en 'n miljoen en een Karibiese vaarte, om nie te praat van die N. Atlantiese Oseaan nie. Fantastiese ervarings, ek dink amper daagliks daaraan. Ek bly steeds in kontak met RM3 David Kean en senior hoofhoof Eddie Goldsmith (Lifer/goeie vriend/groot staatsamptenaar). As u 'n skeepsmaat was gedurende die tyd, stuur 'n e-pos aan my. Ek is 'n afgetrede polisiebeampte in die staat Texas, 30 jaar diens. Ek woon in Borne, Texas, net wes van San Antonio buite IH-10. Ek is trots om te sê ek was 'n J.I. Matroos en hoed af en baie dankie aan almal wat gedien het en diegene wat nou in die hele Amerikaanse weermag dien. Tim Reilly

Jeff Erb
Gedien jare: 62-63
GEHEUGSTE ---- onthou die groot Noord-Atlantiese storm waarin ons verkeer het --- 100 voet golwe ---- poortgatglas wat op die brug uitgeblaas word ---- die meeste toerusting op blootgestelde dekke wat weggevee word --- vorentoe geweerhouer beskadig. ons het 'n goeie skip gehad. Ek hoor dat sy, toe sy vir doeloefeninge gebruik is, nie sonder 'n geveg JEFF ondergaan het nie

Jim Lint
Bedieningsjare: 1/1970-9/1971
1ste klas Sonar Tech. Toegewys aan JI terwyl dit by PNSY gereinig is. Geniet my kort verblyf deur verskeie reise na die Karibiese See te hersien. Tans woonagtig in Poulsbo, Washington.

Med cruise, Rooi See cruise, inleiding van Shellback, goeie vriende, goeie tye. 71-73.

Jare gedien: 1979-1981
FTG3 in Fox Div, Mk-68 GFCS, MK-5 TDS.
Het die Med/IO/Noord -Atlantiese vaart in 1981 gemaak. Shellback gemaak in die IO op pad na Diego Gracia.

Bedien op die Ingram 75-77. Ek was 'n korpsman by Chief Mabry. Ingram was in die droogdok in Charleston toe ek aankom. Moet herkwalifiseer in Gitmo. Het 'n wonderlike vaart na die Noord -Atlantiese Oseaan gehad, met brandstof op die see met laer temperature as gevolg van koue, gevolg deur 1 oz. skote whisky vir die bemanning. Het my tyd daar geniet, en die vriende wat ek gemaak het. Ek hoop tot vandag toe nog dat Imlay my vergewe het dat ek hom Dulcolax in plaas van Dramamine gegee het, maar dit het hom laat vergeet van seesiek wees, of ten minste soos ek my onthou.

Ek onthou die Noord -Atlantiese vaart in 1961. Ek was op die brug op die uitkyk toe die glas van die poortgat waai. Dit breek aan die kant van my kop. Ek het nog steeds die letsels om dit te wys. Wat 'n ervaring. Die Here het oor ons gekyk op die vaart.

Ek is op soek na iemand wat my broer nuut gemaak het toe hy op die USS Jonas Ingram was in 1981. Sy naam is William Christipher Smith. Hy het die skip verbygegaan terwyl hy in Mayport, Florida, vasgemeer het.
Stuur my 'n e -pos as jy hom ken.
Dankie


JONAS INGRAM DD 938

Hierdie afdeling bevat 'n lys van die name en benamings wat die skip gedurende sy leeftyd gehad het. Die lys is in chronologiese volgorde.

    Forrest Sherman Class Destroyer
    Keel gelê 15 Junie 1955 - Gestig op 7 Augustus 1956

Vloeibedekkings

Hierdie afdeling bevat 'n lys van aktiewe skakels na die bladsye met voorblaaie wat met die skip verband hou. Daar moet 'n aparte stel bladsye vir elke naam van die skip wees (byvoorbeeld, Bushnell AG-32 / Sumner AGS-5 is verskillende name vir dieselfde skip, dus moet daar een stel bladsye vir Bushnell en een stel vir Sumner wees) . Omslae moet in chronologiese volgorde aangebied word (of so goed as wat bepaal kan word).

Aangesien 'n skip baie omslae kan hê, kan dit onder baie bladsye verdeel word, sodat dit nie vir ewig neem om die bladsye te laai nie. Elke bladsyskakel moet vergesel wees van 'n datumreeks vir die voorblaaie op daardie bladsy.

Poststempels

Hierdie afdeling bevat voorbeelde van die posmerke wat die skip gebruik. Daar moet 'n aparte stel posmerke vir elke naam en/of ingebruiknemingsperiode wees. Binne elke stel moet die posmerke in volgorde van hul klassifikasietipe gelys word. As meer as een posstempel dieselfde klassifikasie het, moet hulle verder gesorteer word op datum van die vroegste bekende gebruik.

'N Posstempel moet nie ingesluit word nie, tensy dit vergesel is van 'n close-up beeld en/of 'n beeld van 'n omslag wat die posstempel toon. Datumreekse MOET SLEGS op DEKKINGS IN DIE MUSEUM gebaseer wees en dit sal na verwagting verander namate meer voorblaaie bygevoeg word.
 
& gt & gt & gt As u 'n beter voorbeeld vir een van die posmerke het, vervang die bestaande voorbeeld.

Poststempel
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Killer Bar -teks

Eerste ingebruikneming 19 Julie 1957 tot 29 April 1969

Speciman kaart
Eerste dag in kommissie

Speciman kaart
Eerste dag in kommissie

2de ingebruikneming 1 Augustus 1970 tot 4 Maart 1983

Ander inligting

NAAMSAAM - Jonas Howard Ingram USN (15 Oktober 1886 - 9 September 1952)
Ingram studeer aan die Naval Academy in 1907. Voor die Eerste Wêreldoorlog dien hy in verskeie kruisers, vernietigers en slagskepe. As rewolwer van die USS ARKANSAS BB-33 het hy 'n wêreldrekord opgestel vir die afvuur van 12-duim-gewere. Op 22 April 1914 land hy met die ARKANSAS -bataljon in Vera Cruz, Mexiko, en word bekroon met The Medal of Honor vir "bekwame en doeltreffende hantering van die artillerie en masjiengewere en vir uitstaande optrede in die geveg. Ingram dien van 1915 by die Naval Academy 1917. Gedurende die Eerste Wêreldoorlog was hy in die personeel van die bevelvoerder, afdeling 9, Atlantic Fleet, en het hy die vlootkruis ontvang vir uitnemende diens. In Februarie 1942 ontvang hy 'n derde ster nadat hy die bevel van Cruiser Division 2 aanvaar het. Sewe maande later neem hy bevel oor die 4de Vloot en was hy verantwoordelik vir die beskerming van lewensbelangrike geallieerde seevaart in die U-boot wat deur die Suid-Atlantiese Oseaan besmet was. Hy ontvang die Distinguished Service Medal vir uitstekende werk in hierdie pos en word op 15 November 1944 opperbevelhebber van die Amerikaanse Atlantiese Vloot met die rang van admiraal. Hierdie pos het hom 'n goue ster gewen in plaas van 'n se kond Distinguished Service Medal vir ''n belangrike rol in die vloei van Amerikaanse troepe oor die Atlantiese Oseaan. en in die suksesvolle bestryding van die Duitse duikboot bedreiging. "Admiraal Ingram, wat op 1 April 1947 uit diensplig was, sterf op 9 September 1952 in San Diego.

As u beelde of inligting het om by hierdie bladsy te voeg, kontak dan die kurator of redigeer hierdie bladsy self en voeg dit by. Sien Bewerk skeepsbladsye vir gedetailleerde inligting oor die redigering van hierdie bladsy.


Jonas Ingram DD- 938 - Geskiedenis

Die Norfolk (SSN 714) is die 27ste aanval duikboot in Los Angeles en die derde skip van die Amerikaanse vloot wat vernoem is na Norfolk, Virginia. Die kontrak om haar te bou, is toegeken aan Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company in Newport News, Virginia, op 20 Februarie 1976, en haar kiel is neergelê op 1 Augustus 1979. Sy is gedoop en begin 31 Oktober 1981. Mev Jane Weinberger, die vrou van die minister van verdediging, Caspar Weinberger, het as borg van die skip gedien. Kmdt. Kenneth R. Karr is die voornemende bevelvoerder.

21 Mei 1983 USS Norfolk het die opdrag gekry tydens 'n seremonie in Newport News, Va.

23 Julie 1988 Die Norfolk het die eerste ADCAP -torpedo afgevuur en die USS Jonas Ingram (DD 938) laat sink.

17 Januarie 1989 USS Norfolk het met USS San Diego (AFS 6) buite Cape Charles Light, Va, gebots. Daar was geen beserings nie, maar beide vaartuie het skade opgedoen. Die twee skepe, wat na die Atlantiese Oseaan gegaan het vir roetine-maneuvers, was net wes van die suidelike ritte van die Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel, ongeveer vier kilometer noord van Little Creek, toe hulle mekaar tref.

20 Januarie, Onderadm. Roger Bacon, bevelvoerder, Submarine Force Atlantic (COMSUBLANT) onthef van bevel CO kmdt. John K. Harrop as gevolg van 'n verlies van vertroue in sy vermoë om te beveel. & Quot kmdt. William Helfen neem tydelike bevel oor die USS Norfolk aan. SSN 714 het onlangs die droogdok by Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay, Ga, betree vir herstelwerk.

26 Augustus 2004 USS Norfolk, onder bevel van kapt David J. Herman, keer terug na Naval Station Norfolk na 'n 22 maande Engineered Refueling Overhaul (ERO) by die Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in Kittery, Maine.

7 November 2005 USS Norfolk, onder bevel van kmdt. Scott Adams, het saam met die USS Nassau (LHA 4) Expeditionary Strike Group (ESG) haar naamgenoot verlaat vir 'n ses maande lange ontplooiing, ter ondersteuning van die wêreldoorlog teen terrorisme.

21 November het SSN 714 aan die buitekant van die USS Emory S. Land (AS 39) in La Maddalena, Italië, vasgemeer vir 'n week lange vlootonderhoud (FMAV).

16 Januarie 2006 Die Norfolk vasgemeer by die Mina Salman Pier in Manama, Bahrein, vir 'n week lange onderbreking vir bemanningsvryheid en instandhouding van die middel van die ontplooiing nadat hulle die afgelope paar maande aan maritieme beveiligingsoperasies (MSO) in die streek deurgebring het.

Op 17 Maart arriveer die duikboot met kernkrag in Jebel Ali, Verenigde Arabiese Emirate, vir 'n kort hawe-oproep.

7 Mei, Het USS Norfolk teruggekeer huis toe na 'n ses maande lange ontplooiing ter ondersteuning van die wêreldoorlog teen terrorisme.

6 Julie, Kmdt. Troy S. Jakcson verlig kmdt. Scott Adams as CO van USS Norfolk tydens 'n opdragverandering by Naval Station Norfolk.

28 Desember 2007 USS Norfolk vertrek uit Norfolk vir 'n geskeduleerde ontplooiing in die Amerikaanse sentrale kommando AoO.

23 April 2008 Die losaanval-duikboot van die Los Angeles-klas het van 15 tot 17 April aan 'n gesamentlike anti-duikbootoorlogvoering Arabian Shark, in die Noord-Arabiese See, deelgeneem.

21 Mei, USS Norfolk, saam met USS Ross (DDG 71), USS Curts (FFG 38) en Pakistaanse vloot skepe PNS Badr (D-184), PNS Shahjahan (D-186) en PNS Nasr (A-47), afgesluit oefening Inspired Union 2008 in die Noord -Arabiese See.

Op 10 Junie vertrek SSN 714 na Soudabaai, Kreta, na 'n hawe-oproep van drie dae.

28 Junie, Het USS Norfolk teruggekeer huis toe na 'n ses maande lange ontplooiing. Sy het ook Rota, Spanje, Manama, Bahrein Jebel Ali, die Verenigde Arabiese Emirate Aqaba, Jordanië en Augustabaai, Italië besoek.

22 September, die duikboot van die Los Angeles-klas keer terug na Naval Station Norfolk na 'n driedaagse Tiger Cruise met vyftien familielede.

14 Augustus 2009 Kmdt. Douglas A. Jordan verlig kmdt. Troy S. Jackson as bevelvoerder van SSN 714.

5 Maart 2010 USS Norfolk het die hawe verlaat vir 'n ontplooiing van ses maande.

6 September, The Norfolk het teruggekeer na sy stad met dieselfde naam nadat hy 34,000 n.m. gereis het en hawens van Toulon, Frankryk, Fujairah, U.A.E. Diego Garcia Manama, Bahrein en Augustabaai, Italië.

2 Junie 2011 het Norfolk Naval Shipyard (NNSY) 'n deurlopende onderhoudsbeskikbaarheid (CMAV) vir USS Norfolk 'n week vroeër voltooi en die duikboot teruggestuur na die vloot op 27 Mei. SSN 714 het op 12 Januarie aangekom vir 'n geskeduleerde onderhoudswerk aan die interne tenks, vibrasieverminderaar, skoon watervliegtuie en beduidende opgraderings aan die sonarstelsels.

Op 25 Augustus het USS Norfolk die vlootstasie Norfolk verlaat om die naderende kategorie 3 -orkaan Irene te vermy.

18 November, Kmdt. Gregory M. Zettler verlig kmdt. Douglas A. Jordan as die 16de CO van SSN 714 tydens 'n opdragverandering aan boord van die sub by Norfolk.

1 Mei 2012 USS Norfolk vertrek uit Norfolk vir 'n geskeduleerde ontplooiing in die Midde -Ooste.

Op 4 Oktober keer die duikboot van die Los Angeles-klas terug na die Middellandse See na die Suez-kanaal.

3 November, USS Norfolk het teruggekeer huis toe nadat hulle meer as 30 000 n.m. gereis het en hawe -oproepe na Haifa, Israel Limassol, Ciprus Diego Garcia en Manama, Bahrein.

Februarie?, 2014 USS Norfolk het die vlootstasie Norfolk vertrek vir 'n geskeduleerde ontplooiing.

Op 29 Julie het SSN 714 die Suez -kanaal noordwaarts oorgesteek, begelei deur USS Truxtun (DDG 103).

14 Augustus, The Norfolk vasgemeer by die Oos-Navo-brandstofpier in Portinho da Costa, Portugal, vir 'n vierdaagse besoek aan die hawe in Lissabon.

26 Augustus, Het USS Norfolk teruggekeer na hul tuisland nadat hy die laaste ontplooiing van ses maande voltooi het voordat dit volgende jaar geïnaktiveer is. Die sub het meer as 30 000 n.m. gereis en het ook hawe -oproepe gemaak na Rota, Spanje Hidd, Bahrein en Jebel Ali, Verenigde Arabiese Emirate.

10 September, Kmdt. Christopher J. Polk verlig kmdt. Gregory M. Zettler as die laaste CO van Norfolk.

11 Desember, Het USS Norfolk 'n ontmantelingseremonie by Naval Station Norfolk gehou na meer as 30 jaar se aktiewe diens.

15 Desember word SSN 714 gedeaktiveer en in die Reserve (Stand Down) status geplaas.

9 Januarie 2015 Die Norfolk arriveer in die Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in Kittery, Maine, vir 'n jaar lange inaktiveringsproses.

13 November, USS Norfolk is amptelik ontmantel en uit die Amerikaanse vlootregister verwyder.

19 April 2016 Die voormalige USS Norfolk vertrek uit Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, onder sleeptou deur USNS Apache (T-ATF 172), op pad na Puget Sound Naval Shipyard in Bremerton, Washington. by N/S/I Mike Pier op Naval Base Point Loma in San Diego, Kalifornië, op 18 Mei Onderweg, onder sleep deur USNS Sioux (T-ATF 171), op 1 Junie? Op 24 Junie vasgemeer by Delta Pier op Naval Base Kitsap-Bremerton.


Speelloopbaan Redigeer

As 'n jeugdige het Ingram die Jeffersonville High School en die Culver Military Academy in Culver, Indiana, bygewoon. Daarna is hy op die ouderdom van 17 jaar aangestel by die United States Naval Academy, op 17 -jarige ouderdom. roei-, baan- en voetbalspanne, wat laasgenoemde span gelei het tot die eerste oorwinning van die Midshipmen in ses jaar oor hul bitter mededingers van Army deur die enigste toets in die 1906 -kragmeting te behaal. Sy atletiese prestasies het hom gehelp om die gesogte Athletic Sword van die akademie te verdien en in 1968 by die College Football Hall of Fame in te skakel.

Afrigtingsloopbaan Redigeer

As luitenant word Ingram aangewys as die 15de hoofvoetbalafrigter van die United States Naval Academy en hy beklee die pos vir twee seisoene, van 1915 tot 1916, en stel 'n rekord van 9–8–2 op. [1]

Na sy gradeplegtigheid in 1907, dien Ingram in verskeie slagskepe, kruisers en vernietigers. As rewolwer van die slagskip USS Arkansas (BB-33), het hy 'n wêreldrekord opgestel vir die afvuur van 305 mm gewere. Op 22 April 1914 beland hy in Veracruz, Mexiko met die Arkansas bataljon en word later met die ere -toekenning bekroon vir "onderskeidende gedrag in die geveg" en "vaardige en doeltreffende hantering van die artillerie en masjiengewere".

Eerste Wêreldoorlog en tussenoorlogse jare Redigeer

Tydens die Eerste Wêreldoorlog is Ingram met die Navy Cross toegeken vir sy diens in die personeel van agteradmiraal Hugh Rodman, bevelvoerder, afdeling Nege, Battle Force, Atlantic Fleet. [2]

Ingram het die rang van bevelvoerder in 1924 geword, en Ingram het die bevelvoerder van die vernietiger USS geword Stoddert (DD-302) voordat hy terugkeer na die United States Naval Academy om van 1926 tot 1930 as sportdirekteur en sokkerdirekteur te dien.

Ingram het voortgegaan met die bevel oor die slagskip USS Pennsylvania (BB-38) vir 'n tydperk daarna, voordat hy as die beampte in die tak van openbare betrekkinge dien.

Voor sy bevordering tot kaptein in 1935, dien Ingram as hulp van die Sekretaris van die Vloot, en keer dan terug na die see as bevelvoerder van Destroyer Squadron Six. Aan wal was hy kaptein van die werf, New York Navy Yard in Brooklyn, New York, voordat hy na die see teruggekeer het, onder bevel van die slagskip USS Tennessee (BB-43).

Tweede Wêreldoorlog Wysig

In die vroeë jare van die Tweede Wêreldoorlog word Ingram op 10 Januarie 1941 tot agteradmiraal bevorder en dien hy as kommandant -taakmag drie voor sy aanstelling in September 1942 as bevelvoerder van die Suid -Atlantiese mag, die Amerikaanse vloot van die Verenigde State, met die rang van vise admiraal. Hierdie mag, met sy hoofkwartier in Brasilië, bewaak die skeepvaart in die kuswaters suid van die ewenaar en dwarsdeur die Amerikaanse verantwoordelikheidsgebied in die Suid -Atlantiese Oseaan. Ingram se bevel het lug- en oppervlakte -eenhede van Brasilië ingesluit wat deur sy leierskap en koördinerende pogings tot 'n hoë doeltreffendheid gebring is. Die vermoë om harmonie te ontwikkel en te handhaaf en noue samewerking met Brasiliaanse vlootmagte het bygedra tot die beheer van die Suid -Atlantiese Oseaan wat deur die Geallieerdes bereik is. Hy het persoonlike verantwoordelikheid aanvaar vir die behoorlike toerusting en opleiding van die Brasiliaanse vloot en vir hul gevegsoptrede teen U-Boats en Duitse stropers en later vir die belangrike taak om die lug- en seereddingspatrollie in stand te hou vir die uiteindelike ontplooiing in die Stille Oseaan. Vir sy dienste in hierdie belangrike opdragte is hy bekroon met die Navy Distinguished Service Medal en 'n goue ster in plaas van 'n tweede toekenning.

Op 15 November 1944 word Ingram aangestel as opperbevelhebber van die Amerikaanse Atlantiese Vloot, met die rang van admiraal. In hierdie opdrag het hy 'n belangrike rol gespeel in die versekering van die bestendige vloei van troepe en materiaal na Europa oor die Atlantiese Oseaan gedurende die latere fases van die Tweede Wêreldoorlog. Hy het ook die pogings van die Atlantiese Vloot gelei om die Duitse U-Boat-vloot te bevat en te vernietig. Vir buitengewoon verdienstelike diens tydens sy kommando, is hy bekroon met 'n goue ster in plaas van 'n derde Distinguished Service Medal.

Gedurende September 1946 los hy van diens as opperbevelhebber van die Atlantiese Vloot van die Verenigde State, en tree op 1 April 1947 ná 44 jaar diens uit diensplig.

Ingram is aangewys as kommissaris van die All-America Football Conference. Tot sy bedanking in 1949 dien Ingram as vise -president van die Reynolds Metals Company.

In Augustus 1952 het Ingram 'n hartaanval gekry terwyl hy as superintendent van somerskole by Culver Academies gedien het, en daarna weer op 9 September 'n aanval in die United States Naval Hospital in San Diego, Kalifornië. Hy sterf die volgende aand.

Admiraal Ingram en sy vrou Jean Fletcher (1892–1954) word begrawe op die Arlington National Cemetery, in Arlington, Virginia. [3]

Rang en organisasie: luitenant, junior graad, Amerikaanse vloot. Gebore: 15 Oktober 1886, Jeffersonville, Ind. Geakkrediteer in: Indiana. G.O. -nr .: 177, 4 Desember 1915.

Vir uitstekende optrede in die geveg, verloofing van Vera Cruz, 22 April 1914. Gedurende die tweede dag se geveg was die diens wat hy verrig het uitnemend en opvallend. Hy was opvallend vir die vaardige en doeltreffende hantering van die artillerie en masjiengewere van die Arkansas -bataljon, waarvoor hy veral in berigte geprys is.

Die vernietiger Jonas Ingram (DD-938), wat in 1957 in gebruik geneem is, is ter ere van hom genoem.


Jonas Ingram DD- 938 - Geskiedenis

& ldquo Vir uitstekende heldhaftigheid in aksie teen vyandige Japannese lugmagte in die Okinawa -gebied op 4 Mei 1945. Opgedra met 'n ander vernietiger en vier klein ondersteuningsvaartuie aan Radar Picket Station One, dertig myl noordwes van Okinawa, die VSS INGRAHAM is aangeval deur ongeveer vyftig Japannese vliegtuie. Ten spyte van volgehoue ​​bombardemente van die vyand, het sy ses vyandige vliegtuie vernietig en drie ander gehelp voordat een van die vyf koördinerende selfmoordvliegtuie haar dek verpletter het met 'n geweldige ontploffing wat 'n gat van dertig voet in haar hawekant geskeur het. Met 'n vinnige vestiging, met al die krag van die verlore berge, het sy voortgegaan om vyandelike vliegtuie te veg deur berg Drie in plaaslike beheer af te vuur, terwyl herstelpartye die oorstromings gelokaliseer het, strategiese plekke opgeskort het en alle moontlike gewig van die boonste kant gestuit het en sodoende haar kop bo water gehou het. . INGRAHAM het uitstekende hulp verleen deur moedige offisiere en mans gedurende een en 'n half uur se woedende optrede teen groot kans, en het die hoogste tradisies van die Amerikaanse vlootdiens gehandhaaf. & Rdquo

/ s/ James Forrestal
Sekretaris van die vloot

Bron: NARA Modern Military Records (NECTM). Afdeling Tekstuele Argiefdienste.


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Jonas Ingram DD- 938 - Geskiedenis

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SOLANT AMITY II 18 April - 8 September 1961
1961

18 Apr: Aan die gang vir Solant Amity II
30 April - 5 Mei: Bathurst, Gambië
19-24 Mei: Durban, Suid-Afrika
31 Mei - 5 Junie: Diego Suarez, Malgassiese Republiek (Madagaskar)
7-12 Junie: Port Victoria, Mahe, Seychelle-eilande
15-18 Junie: St. Denis, Reunion Island
23-24 Junie: Zanzibar, Tanzanië
26-29 Junie: Mombasa, Kenia
4-7 Julie: Aden, Jemen
12-13 Julie: Mombasa, Kenia
19-29 Julie: Kaapstad, Suid-Afrika
Aug: Recife, Brasilië
7-12 Aug: Lome, Togo
14-19 Aug: Libreville, Gaboen
1-2 Sep: Trinidad
8 Sep: In Port Little Creek Naval Amphibious Base, VA

Taakgroepbevelvoerder, admiraal Eugene B. Fluckey

SOLANT AMITY IV 15 FEBRUARIE - 21 MEI 1963
1963

15 Februarie: Aan die gang vir Solant Amity IV
20-22 Februarie: Port of Spain, Trinidad
4-5 Maart: Freetown, Sierra Leone
7-9 Maart: Monrovia, Liberië
13-15 Maart: Lagos, Nigerië
18-19 Maart: Pointe-Noire, Republiek van die Kongo
27-31 Mrt: Kaapstad, Suid-Afrika
5-7 April: Lourenco Marques, Mosambiek
11-14 April: Mombasa, Kenia
20-22 Apr: Durban, Suid-Afrika
25-27 Apr: Kaapstad, Suid-Afrika
2 Mei: Tristan De Cunha
8-9 Mei: R ecife, Beazil
15 Mei: Port of Spain, Trinidad
17 Mei: St. Thomas, Maagde -eilande
21 Mei: Little Creek Naval Amphibious Base, VA


Laaste standonzombieisland

Hier by LSOZI gaan ons elke Woensdag vertrek vir 'n blik op die ou stoom-/diesel-vloot van die 1859-1946-tydperk en sal elke week 'n ander skip profiel. Hierdie skepe het 'n eie lewe, 'n verhaal wat hulle soms na die vreemdste plekke bring. – Christopher Eger

Oorlogskip Woensdag 19 Oktober 2016: Der Zerstörer von Uncle Sam

Met vergunning van mnr. Robert F. Sumrall Catalog #: NH 75375

Hier sien ons die Type1936A (Mod) -klas-vernietiger USS Z-39 (DD-939), voorheen KMS Z-39 van die Duitse Kriegsmarine, op 22 Augustus 1945 aan die gang by Boston, Massachusetts, net 106 dae na die einde van die oorlog in Europa.

As deel van die algemene vlootopbou van die Derde Ryk het die Duitsers vernietigers nodig gehad (Zerstörers) en het hulle baie nodig gehad, aangesien die Geallieerdes hulle met nul (0) na 1919 gelaat het.

Die ding is, byna al hierdie dinge is vernietig in die eerste paar maande van die oorlog, met 10 van hierdie nuwe skepe wat deur die Britte alleen in Narvik geslag is.

Duitse Tipe 1934A-klas Zerstörer Bernd von Arnim (Z11) na Narvik. Die Duitse blikkiesblikke het 'n baie slegte dag gehad.

Wees egter nooit bevrees nie, aangesien die Duitsers reeds 'n nuwe en verbeterde vaartuigklas van 15 skepe, die Type 1936A's, op die tekenbord gehad het, wat byna 1000 ton swaarder sou wees as die Type 1934's (3,700-ton teenoor 2,800-ton ) en dra groter 150 mm (5,9 duim) gewere eerder as die ou 127 mm -houers van die vorige ontwerp.

Met die vroeëre vernietigers wat name dra, het die Kriegsmarine teruggekeer na die tradisionele Teutoniese praktyk om slegs syfers en klasleier aan hulle te gee Z23 is neergelê by DeSchiMAG Bremen, 15 November 1938. Agt is voor Narvik neergelê en daarna na die geveg is verbeterings aan die ontwerp in nuwe konstruksie bewerk met Z31 daarna word die 1936A (Mob) -variant genoem.

Die held van ons verhaal, die snaakse Z39, was net so 'n skip van 1936A (Mob). Sy het 'n blister van 37,5 knope op haar turbines gehad, en sy kon in 15 voet water dryf. Met die lesse wat ons in Noorweë geleer het, was dit die swaarst gewapende vernietigers van die oorlog wat deur die Duitse gebou gebring is, wat vyf vlootdiere met 'n snelvuur van 5,9 duim en 32 20 mm/37 mm AAA-vate met 'n baie hoë hoogte gedra het. . Vir die werk het hulle agt torpedobuise gehad en kon hulle 60 myne agterlaat of 'n klompie dieptelading in hul nasleep.

Z39 is deur Germaniawerft Kiel in 1940 neergelê en in opdrag van 21 Augustus 1943, aangesien Duitsland vinnig die oorlog verloor ná Stalingrad, El-Alamein, Kursk en Sicilië. En om dinge verder te bemoeilik, het al die vernietigers van haar klas turbines gehad wat kranksinnig was en hul groot gewere dikwels te nat was om gebruik te word (op die ou end het verskeie, insluitend Z39, net vier gewere oorgehad, wat hul voorste enkele berg verloor het .)

KMS Z 39 (later USS DD-939) pas by GermaniaWerft, Kiel in Augustus 1943. Let op die bomskade wat op die bedekte weë op die agtergrond aangerig is. Foto Argief Groner. Foto van “Vernietigers! Duitse vernietigers in die Tweede Wêreldoorlog ”, deur M.J. Whitley. via Navsource.

KMS Z-39, gesien vanaf 'n ander Duitse vernietiger wat aan die gang was, waarskynlik in die oostelike Baltiese See-gebied ongeveer 1944-45. Foto met vergunning David Walker via Robert Hurst via Navsource.

Haar kaptein, KK Loerke, was die enigste Duitser wat sy sou ken en sy het haar oorlog in die Baltiese Oseaan deurgebring.

Z39 'n kort rukkie in Jutland bedryf totdat dit aan die begin van 1944 na die Oossee gestuur is. Op 23.06.1944 is dit deur Sowjet -bomwerpers beskadig en na Kiel gestuur vir herstelwerk waar dit nog 'n bom getref is. Dit het tot 16.02.1945 geduur totdat die skip weer in werking was en daarna nie meer baie gebruik is nie. Ontmantel op 10.05.1945.

Meh, onopwindend, maar sy het die oorlog oorleef en was aan die einde daarvan nog aan die dryf en kon 'n prestasie maak, maar baie min Duitse oorlogskepe het afgetrek.

Na die oorlog is sy gevange geneem deur die Britte, wat eers na Kiel gekom het, met 'n LCDR Forsberg (RN) wat op 6 Julie 1945 onder bevel van haar was.

Slegs 11 dae later het die Britte oorhandig Z39 saam met haar susters na die Amerikaners toe Z34, en Z29. Nadat die trio geëvalueer is, het die USN bevind Z39 om die beste van die lot te wees en 'n paar aandenkings uit te kies Z34 en Z29, het hulle aan die kus van Jutland gesink.

Wat Z39 betref, vaar sy na die Boston Navy Yard en arriveer daar in Augustus onder die stuur van CDR. R. A. Dawes, Jr., USN. Daar het sy net meer as twee maande na VE -dag 'n plons getoon en met VJ -dag om die draai.

Sy is breedvoerig gedokumenteer, dit was immers die eerste kans om so naby 'n funksionele Duitse vernietiger sedert 1941 te kom sonder om dekking te neem.

(Ex-German Z-39) View of the after 150mm guns, one of which is broken. Note these mountings are low-angle only when compared to the forward twin turret. The extensive life rafts at the ready was likely a good idea. Taken at Boston Navy Yard, August 11, 1945. Courtesy of Robert F. Sumrall. Catalog #: NH 75408

(Ex-German Z-39) View of after 37mm Bofors-type A.A. gun platform, near the afterstack. Note these 37mm guns are of two different types. Also note torpedo tubes to the left and shirtless bluejackets, it is late summer afterall. Taken at Boston Navy Yard, August 11, 1945. Courtesy of Robert F. Sumrall Catalog #: NH 75405

Ex-German Z-39, close up view of the forward twin 150 mm gun mounting, the other three 150mm mounts on her were singles. Taken at Boston Navy Yard, 11 August 1945. Note life rafts. Courtesy of Mr. Robert F. Sumrall. Catalog #: NH 75383

Ex-German Z-39 in dry-dock at Boston Navy Yard on 11 August 1945. Note 150 mm twin gun mounting. Courtesy of Mr. Robert F. Sumrall. Catalog #: NH 75382

Ex-German Z-39 at Boston Navy Yard, 20 August 1945. Note high elevation of 150 mm twin guns. Courtesy of Mr. Robert F. Sumrall. Catalog #: NH 75376

She got underway several times in the next few weeks for performance inspection trials.

Formerly German destroyer Z-39, underway off Boston, Massachusetts, on 22 August 1945. Courtesy of Mr. Robert F. Sumrall.Catalog #: NH 75373

With a bone in her mouth! USS Z-39 (DD-939) underway off Boston, Massachusetts, on 22 August 1945. Courtesy of Mr. Robert F. Sumrall. Catalog #: NH 75374

USS Z-39 (DD-939) Off Boston, Massachusetts, 7 September 1945. Catalog #: 19-N-90377

Stern shot, USS Z-39 (DD-939) Off Boston, Massachusetts, 7 September 1945. Catalog #: 19-N-90379

Aerial, aft of USS Z-39 (DD-939), note the mine rails over her stern and the very distinctive bluejackets in dungs and Dixie caps. Off Boston, Massachusetts, 12 September 1945. Catalog #: 19-N-90598

USS Z-39 (DD-939) “North Channel, Mass.” 12 September 1945. Catalog #: 19-N-90594

The thin-waisted USS Z-39 (DD-939) “North Channel, Mass.” 12 September 1945. Catalog #: 19-N-90599

Head on bow. USS Z-39 (DD-939) “North Channel, Mass.” 12 September 1945. Catalog #: 19-N-90597

Good overhead shot, note the patchy paint work (bomb damage repair?) “North Channel, Mass.” 12 September 1945. Catalog #: 19-N-90595

Off Boston, Massachusetts, 12 September 1945. Note: German radars, 20mm quad A.A. gun, 37mm twin anti-aircraft gun, and mine tracks. Catalog #: 19-N-90596

At peace! At Annapolis, Maryland, October 1945, with an unidentified U.S. Navy Destroyer alongside and USS YP-244 in the foreground. Note the casual sailing craft in the distance. Courtesy of The Mariners Museum, Newport News, Va. Ted Stone collection. Catalog #: NH 66352

With the U.S. Navy done with their German tin can (and hundreds of their own domestic models already in mothballs) Washington decided to give Z29 away as continued military support to ally France– who had several of her sisterships and could use the destroyer for spare parts if nothing else.

As such, she was stricken from the Naval List 10 November 1947 after slightly over two years of service and transferred to France as FNS Leopard (Q-128) in 1948.

She did not see much time at sea and eventually was utilized as a tender and floating pier. She was ultimately scrapped in L’Orient, February 1964, the last of her class afloat.

The Navy, however, did not forget Z39 (DD-939) when it came to issuing hull numbers in the 1950s. They made sure to skip her between USS Jonas Ingram (DD-938) en USS Manley (DD-940) when they christened the Forrest Sherman-class destroyers after Korea.

What became of the rest of her sisters? As we already mentioned two other war survivors that were given to Uncle Sam were quickly deep sixed. Five others were war losses. Those that were left were split between France, Norway, the Soviet Union, and the Brits and had largely disappeared before 1960.

Among the longest living was ex-Z38, which became HMS Nonsuch (R40) in typically dry British humor. She was scrapped after she broke apart in testing. Did we mention these craft were in poor condition?

1949, British Destroyer HMS Nonsuch, EX German Z 38

Anyway, there is always the extensive collection of images in the U.S. Navy archives to remember Z39– which has helped scale model designers over the years keep the design in steady production (and provided a income for maritime artists for box cover images):

This is from a Revel/Matchbox cover

Displacement:
2,600 tonnes (standard)
3,605 (max)
Length: 127 m (416 ft. 8 in)
Beam: 12 m (39 ft. 4 in)
Draught: 4.65 m (15 ft. 3 in)
Propulsion: 2 × Wagner geared turbines, 70,000 shp, 2 shafts, 6 boilers
Speed: 37.5 knots (69 km/h)
Endurance:
2,240 nautical miles (4,150 kilometers) at 19 knots (35 km/h)
Complement: 330 officers and men, less than 200 in USN
Armament: (Final)
4 15 cm guns (1ࡨ & 2ࡧ)
14 37 mm guns
18 20 mm guns
8 533 mm torpedo tubes
60 mines
4 depth charge launchers

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Dr. Steven R. Lerman assumed the position of Provost and Academic Dean of the Naval Postgraduate School on August 29, 2016.

Dr. Lerman comes to the Naval Postgraduate School following more than 40 years of experience in higher education, most recently serving as Provost and Executive Vice President of Academic Affairs at The George Washington (GW) University (2010-2015) and A. James Clark Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering (2010-2016). As Provost, Dr. Lerman was responsible for GW’s 10 schools and colleges, athletics (24 Division I varsity sports, club sports and intramurals), the Division of Student Affairs and the University Library. Approximately 4,900 full and part-time faculty and staff report up through these units with a combined budget of $580 million. Dr. Lerman was also responsible for all academic and student life aspects for three GW campuses (Foggy Bottom, Mt. Vernon and the Virginia Science and Technology Campus) as well as at the university’s three learning centers.

Prior to GW, Dr. Lerman served as Dean for Graduate Education (2007-2010) and Vice Chancellor (2008-2010), at his alma mater, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). In this capacity, Dr. served as the chief deputy to the Chancellor who has responsibility for student affairs, undergraduate education and graduate education.

Dr. Lerman has served as Director of the Center for Educational Computing Initiatives, the research unit of an MIT-wide research center devoted to studying the application of computational and communication technologies on education. He held the Class of 1922 Professorship at MIT, chaired the Faculty Advisory Boards of the MIT OpenCourseWare initiative and Academic Media Production Services, and was Deputy Director of the Singapore-MIT Alliance, MIT's largest distance education program. He served as the Chair of the MIT faculty from 1998 to 2001 and as Associate Chair of the Faculty from 1996 to 1998.

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Dr. Lerman received his Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in Civil Engineering, and his Doctorate in Transportation Systems Analysis, from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Dr. James H. Newman assumed the position of Acting Provost of the Naval Postgraduate School on October 5, 2015.

Newman came to NPS’ Space Systems Academic Group in 2006 as a NASA Visiting Professor. He subsequently transferred from NASA in 2008 to the Department of the Navy to accept a tenure-track professorship at NPS. He has continued to teach orbital mechanics and launch systems and perform applied infrastructure research in the use of very small satellites for focused projects of national interest and for motivating hands-on, officer student educational opportunities.

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Dr. Douglas A. Hensler became the Naval Postgraduate School provost in June 2013.

Since 2008 Dr. Hensler was the Dean of the W. Frank Barton School of Business at Wichita State University (WSU). The Barton School of Business is the leading business school in Kansas placing most of its graduates in international businesses, innovative organizations, and state-of-art industries. Dr. Hensler led organizational changes that streamlined the Barton School's ability to respond to students, companies, and collaboration initiatives with other colleges and schools at WSU. Enhanced faculty participation, innovative thinking, and open decision making led to a revised Executive MBA curriculum, deep review of the MBA program with integration of student, business and faculty input, an ongoing undergraduate international projects enterprise, and an examination of the learning facilities, along with other initiatives.

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Dr. Hensler has travelled extensively and built a network of international contacts and partnerships. He has served as Special Advisor to the Australian Organisation for Quality (NSW) and as an adviser to the Special Adviser team of the Scottish First Minister. From 2002 to 2005 he served on the Academic Advisory Board of e-TQM College in Dubai, UAE. He is a member of The Berne Initiative.

Before returning to the academic community, Dr. Hensler achieved a highly successful management career that includes 13 years in project, staff and line management positions at two technology driven companies. These positions include nuclear industry quality assurance management and aerospace industry quality engineering management, plant quality management, production management leading an organization of 250 personnel, and R&D management leading an organization developing state-of-the-art process improvements involving applied research. Dr. Hensler has provided training and consulting to American Airlines, CH2M-Hill, Texas Utilities, Sulzer, Louisiana-Pacific Corporation, Micro Motion, FEMA, Sporian Microsystems, and the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand, and the Fulfillment Corporation of America. Doug's most recent appointment includes working with CEO's and other executives of the Wichita aviation community including Spirit AeroSystems, Cessna, Bombardier/Learjet, Boeing and Hawker Beechcraft, along with Koch Industries and Coleman (The Outdoor Company).

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A graduate of Cornell University, San Diego State University and University of California Los Angeles, where he received his B.A., M.B.A. and Ph.D., respectively, Dr. Moses served at NPS as an Associate Professor in the Graduate School of Business and Public Policy and Associate Provost for Academic Affairs, an Associate Dean and Associate Chair of Instruction, and as an Academic Associate for Financial Management. Dr. Moses has also been a visiting lecturer at Stanford University, University of California Berkeley, Santa Cruz and Los Angeles, at California State University Hayward, San Jose State University and at Golden Gate University.

A veteran of the United States Navy, Dr. Moses’ teaching and research interests included financial and managerial accounting, reporting and statement analysis as well as business education. A recipient of the Allen Griffin Award and the John Jay Schiefflin Award for Excellence in Teaching, and the Arthur Anderson Distinguished Teaching Award at University of California Los Angeles. Dr. Moses was also a member of the American Accounting Association.

Dr. Leonard A. Ferrari was appointed Executive Vice President and Provost of the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) in July 2006. Upon assuming the post of Provost, Dr. Ferrari spearheaded a new Strategic Plan initiative, proposed new collaborative efforts with regional research and education institutions and launched new efforts to make campus academic and business processes more effective.

Previously, Dr. Ferrari was the Dean of Research at NPS with responsibility for oversight of research, grants and contracts, the research activities of the Modeling, Virtual Environments, & Simulations Institute (MOVES), the Cebrowski and Meyer Institutes, policy issues and supervision of sponsored programs, oversight of the NPS Research Initiation Program (RIP) and the development of new research relationships and programs with federal, state and civilian organizations. Under his leadership, sponsored programs grew at a rate of nearly 25% per year. Dr. Ferrari played a lead role in the development of industry and relations with the UC system and several universities in the Washington Capital Region (WCR) as well as strengthened programs and collaborations with Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories.

Dr. Ferrari published approximately 100 research articles in electrical engineering and spent thirty years in academic faculty positions in addition to more than ten years in industrial research and development positions. He was Department Head of the Bradley Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and later Vice Provost for Special Initiatives and Executive Director of the Institute for Information Technology at Virginia Tech. Prior to that time, he was a faculty member at the University of California, Irvine and Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies for the School of Engineering. Dr. Ferrari came to NPS with more than ten years of experience in private industry with Bell & Howell and the Polaroid Corporation.

He holds a B.S.E.E. degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and an M.S.E.E. from Northeastern University. His Ph.D. degree is from the University of California, Irvine with research work in spatially varying digital filters. Dr. Ferrari's research is in the areas of signal and image processing, medical imaging systems, computer graphics and multi-media systems. His most recent research was in the area of spline computations for computer graphics and data compression, where he produced extremely efficient computational procedures. He created the 2-5-2 spline, a mathematical basis function suitable for all spline applications that has superior properties and computational advantages over conventional B-splines. Dr. Ferrari and his colleagues have used the new spline algorithms and concepts in the development of low power circuits for high quality computer graphics and data compression in multimedia systems.

Richard Elster attended the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis where he received the degrees of Bachelor of Arts, Master of Arts, and Doctor of Philosophy in Industrial Organizational Psychology.

In January of 1969 he joined the faculty of the Naval Postgraduate School. His teaching focused on DoD manpower, personnel and training policies. From 1 July 1975 to 1 July 1978, he was on leave from the Naval Postgraduate School. During that period, he worked in the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Manpower and Reserve Affairs), and as Senior Scientific Advisor to the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Manpower)/Chief of Naval Personnel, Admiral James D. Watkins.

On 1 October 1979, he was promoted to professor in the Department of Administrative Sciences at the Naval Postgraduate School. In July of 1983, he became Chairman of the Department of Administrative Sciences.

During the period of 1984-1988, he served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Manpower. Additionally, he was Acting Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Manpower & Reserve Affairs) during the period 7 April - 28 June 1988.

In 1989, he filled the Chief of Naval Operation's manpower chair at the Naval Postgraduate School. During January-September 1990, he was Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Resource Management and Support. He was named Dean of Instruction at the Naval Postgraduate School in September 1990 where he served in this role until June 1995. On July 1, 1995 he was named Provost/Academic Dean of the Naval Postgraduate School by the Secretary of the Navy. He was appointed to a second five-year term in July of 2000. Harrison Shull (Jul 1988 - Jun 1995)

Harrison Shull (1923-2003) was the son of Dr. George H. Shull, the Princeton botanist who invented hybrid corn. He attended Princeton University, majoring in chemistry and received the degree of Bachelor of Arts with highest honors in 1943. From 1943-1945 he was employed at the U. S. Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, D.C., ultimately serving as Ensign, USNR.

Shull attended the University of California, Berkeley where he received a Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry in 1948. From 1955 to 1979 he was professor and chair of the chemistry department at Indiana University in Bloomington, the author of over 140 scientific papers and a college level chemistry textbook. He became an innovator in computer development and use, originating the model Quantum Chemistry Program Exchange and heading the University’s Research Computing Center.

Dr. Shull served as a member of the Naval Studies Board of the National Research Council from 1974 to 1979 and was a member of the CNO's Executive Panel from 1984 to 1988. He was also a member of the Board of Trustees of the Institute for Defense Analyses.

From 1979 to 1982, Dr. Shull served as Vice President and Provost of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. In 1982, he was appointed chancellor of the University of Colorado at Boulder. In 1985 he became Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California. Kneale T. Marshall (Aug 1987 - Jul 1988)

Kneale T. Marshall was born in Yorkshire, England in 1936. He graduated from Imperial College in 1958 with a Bachelor of Science (Eng) in mining and metallurgy. He joined the staff of Eldorado Mining & Refining in Saskatchewan as a mill engineer, and in 1961 was appointed Chief Metallurgist of the Beaverlodge operation.

In 1962 he entered the University of California at Berkeley to study Operations Research, receiving his Doctor of Philosophy degree in September 1966. In July 1968, he joined the faculty of the Naval Postgraduate School as Assistant Professor of Operations Research, promoted to Associate Professor in 1970 and to Professor in 1975. In September 1978 he was appointed as Science Advisor to the Chief of Naval Personnel in the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations in Washington, DC. He returned to Monterey in September 1980 and was appointed Chairman of the Operations Research Department. He was appointed Dean of Information and Policy Sciences in January 1983 where he served through December 1990. From November 1987 until July 1988 he served as Acting Provost of the Naval Postgraduate School, and in July of 1990 he was appointed the the Chief of Naval Operations Chair Professor of Emerging Technologies in the Operations Research Department. David A. Schrady (Aug 1980 - Sep 1987)

David Alan Schrady was born in Akron, OH. He was educated at the Case Institute of Technology receiving a Bachelor of Science in 1961, Master of Science in Operations Research in 1963, and Doctor of Philosophy in 1965. In September 1965 he joined the faculty of the Naval Postgraduate School in the Operations Research Department as an Assistant Professor. He spent the academic year 1970-71 as associate program director in the Operations Research Branch of the Office of Naval Research in Washington, D.C. Returning to Monterey, he was Academic Associate for the Operations Analysis curriculum from July 1972 to April 1974. In April 1974 he was appointed Chairman of the Department of Operations Research and Adrninistrative Sciences. In June 1976 he was appointed Dean of Information and Policy Sciences and Dean of Academic Planning. In August 1980 he was appointed Acting Provost and Academic Dean and subsequently appointed to that position by the Secretary of the Navy, the Honorable John Lehman. For service in this position he was awarded the Navy Superior Civilian Service Award by the Chief of Naval Operations. Jack R. Borsting (Jan 1974 - Aug 1980)

Jack Borsting was born in Portland, Oregon, in 1929. He received a B.A. in mathematics from Oregon State College in 1951, and a M.A. (1952) in mathematics and a Ph.D. (1959) in mathematical statistics from the University of Oregon. Prior to assuming the position of Provost in 1974, he was Professor and Chairman of the Department of Operations Research and Administrative Sciences at the Naval Postgraduate School he had previously been a professor in the Mathematics Department.

He acted as president of the Operations Research Society of America (ORSA), president of the Military Operations Research Society and was a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Jack Borsting's image, here shows him as he appeared in a 1968 film about NPS entitled, "The Postgraduate Way". Milton U. Clauser (Sep 1970 - Dec 1973)

Dr. Milton U. Clauser (1913-1980), a specialist in Aeronautics, assumed the postion of Academic Dean of the Naval Postgaduate School September 1, 1970. He was a graduate of the California Institute of Technology, where he received his Ph.D. in 1937. Dr. Clauser later worked for Douglas Aircraft Co. in structures, aerodynamics, flight testing and design. In 1950 he became head of the School of Aeronautical Engineering at Purdue University. Dr. Clauser also served as vice president for the Ramo-Woolridge Corporation, later known as TRW, and headed the Leincon Laboratory and taught Aeronautics and Astronautics at MIT before taking the post of academic dean at the Naval Postgraduate School.

Dr. Robert F. Rinehart was appointed as Academic Dean in 1965. Previous to his arrival at NPS, he was a professor of mathematics at Case Institute of Technology in Cleveland. Dr. Rinehart served the Navy many times during his distinguished career: as a civilian member of the Navy Operations Research Group aboard a submarine in the Pacific during World War II as director,Weapons Systems Evaluation Division of the Institute for Defense Department and as a consultant for numerous government agencies. He acted as past president of the Operations Research Society of America and the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics.

Allen Edgar Vivell, b. 1905, attended The Johns Hopkins in Baltimore, majoring in Electrical Engineering, with minors in Mathematics and Physics. He received the degree of Bachelor of Engineering in June, 1927 and the degree of Doctor of Engineering in June, 1937. His doctoral research was in the field of magnetic testing.

He accepted an appointment as an Associate Professor of Electrical Englneering at the Naval Postgraduate School in 1944, and was promoted to the rank of Professor In July, 1946. During his tenure at the Naval Postgraduate School his research concentrated primarily on magnetic amplifiers and complex magnetic excitations. He acted as an officer of most of the faculty organizations, executive officer of tbe Department of Electrical Engineering, moderator of the Engineering School Faculty Council and has completed many special admlnistrative assignments. He has been Academic Dean of the Postgraduate School since 1 July 1960. He is a member of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, American Rocket Soctety, The American Society for Engineering Education, American Association for University Professors, Sigma Xi, Tau Beta Pl, Sigma Taa, Naval Institute, Naval Senior Scientists, Armed Forces Management Association, Trustee of the Monterey lnstitute for Foreign Studies.

Dr. Roy S. Glasgow was appointed Dean of the Postgraduate School in 1949 and held the position until 1960. He is widely recognized as a prime mover in the university's first steps toward becoming what is now regarded as one of the premier research an educational institutions in the nation.

Dr. Glasgow was born in St. Louis, Mo., in 1895. He was a graduate of Washington University in St. Louis, and of Harvard. He was a faculty member at Washington for 29 years. During World War II, Glasgow served as radio consultant to the War Department and headed the Technical Intelligence Committee in Germany for the War and State departments, for which he received the Distinguished Service Award.

In 1992, the newest academic building at the Naval Postgraduate School was named of one of the driving forces behind the university's move from the U.S. Naval Academy to Monterey in 1952, Dr. Roy S. Glasgow.

Paul James Kiefer joined the Naval Postgraduate School faculty at the United States Naval Academy, Annapolis in September, 1920. By April, 1927, he was made a professor of marine and mechanical engineering and became head of that department.

Kiefer earned an A.B. from Wittenberg College in 1908, and a B.S. in mechanical engineering from Case Institute of Technology in 1911. His experience was broad and varied: he attended the University of Pennsylvania from 1916-18, taking a graduate course in economics and political science not directed toward a degree and was employed professionally as a draftsman, a surveyor, as a power plant designer and construction engineer. He taught mechanical engineering at the University of Pennsylvania, and taught steam engineering at the University of Illinois. He spent a year in naval service as ensign and lieutenant.

Case awarded the graduate degree of Mechanical Engineer to Kiefer in 1930, in recognition of his professional attainments. He contributed articles to the technical press of the time and was sectional director of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. He was co-author of Principles of Engineering Thermodynamics, then used as a textbook at the U. S. Naval Academy's Postgraduate School. He earned an M.E. in 1939 and received an honorary D.Sc. from Wittenberg College in 1953. He was listed in Who's Who in Engineering and in American Men of Science.

Kiefer is number 2 in the 1921 "Post Graduate Department" class photograph. View it in Calhoun.

Ford L. Wilkinson, Jr. was the Naval Postgraduate School's first academic dean. He was a 1917 graduate of the Naval Academy who resigned his commission in 1927. He became chairman of the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Tennessee in 1928 and before joining the University of Louisville Speed Scientific School in 1933. He later became dean of that school prior to his NPS appointment. Dr. Wilkinson left NPS to become president of the Rose Technological Institute (now the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology).


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