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Robert Tucker Abbott, Lieutenant - WWII Veteran & Museum Official
Everett Woolman Abdill, Captain - USNA, Killed At Leyte Gulf In 1944, WWII, Returned Home For Burial In 1948
Melvin Abrahams, Captain, USNA - World War II, Guadalcanal - Atomic Energy Commission
George Washington Absher, Jr, Commander, USNA - Information Needed
Frederick Augustus Abercrombie-Miller, Commander, INFORMATION NEEDED
Albert A. Ackerman, Captain, USNA - Member of the Greeley Relief Expedition, Smithsonian, Scientist
Jamie Adair, Rear Admiral, USNA - World War II - Ship Builder - LM
Charles Albert Adams, Captain, USNA - Civil War, Spanish-American War, World War I
William Lee Adams, Captain, Naval Aviator- World War II - Navy Cross
David Martin Addison, Captain, Navy Supply Corps, Philadelphia, Washington
William John Clarke Agnew, Rear Admiral, Medical Officer - Commander, National Naval Medical Center - LM
Walden Lee Ainsworth, Vice Admiral - USNA - World War I & World War II
Aircrew Lost In 1944 - Returned Home In 2003
Frank Akers, Rear Admiral - The Navy's Grey Eagle
Francis Lee Albert, Captain (Chaplian) Chaplain From 1918 to 1953 - World War II - LM, BSM, PH
Edward T. Alberta, Captain - Veteran of World War II, Korea & Vietnam
C. W. Aldrich, Captain - USNA - World War II, Navy Cross
Howard Willis Alexander, Captain - USNA - Test Pilot - Combat Pilot In Vietnam - DFC
James T. Alexander, Captain, Long Career As A Naval Medical Officer
Michael John Allard, Lieutenant - Naval Aviator - Killed In Action, Vietnam War
Charles D. Allen, Jr., Captain, Vietnam Veteran - BSM
Ezra Griffin Allen, Rear Admiral, USNA - World War I, World War II - Navy Cross
Richard Gustaf Altmann, Rear Admiral, Combat Aviator - WWII, Korea, Vietnam, Navy Cross, LM (2), DFC, AM (5)
Daniel Ammen, Rear Admiral - Civil War - Boyhood Friend of Ulysses S. Grant
Charles Clark Ammerman. Lieutenant Commander, Medical Corps - Died In 1934 - INFO NEEDED
Clell Neil Ammerman, Captain - USNA, Vietnam War, Secret Missions, On The Stage of History
Alden B. Anderson, Captain, 29-year Career As A Submarine Commander - LM
Christopher A. Anderson, Hospitalman, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Dennis L. Anderson, Lieutenant (jg), Killed In Vietnam In 1968 - Returned Home In 2003
George Whelan Anderson, Jr - Chief of Naval Operations: Cuban Missiles
Herbert Henry Anderson, Rear Admiral - USNA - World War II Combat Commander
Milton Hudson Anderson, Captain, WWI, WWII, Governor of Guam - Navy Cross, LM
Walter Stratton Anderson, Vice Admiral, USNA - WWI, WWII, Naval Intellivence - LM
William Robert Anderson, Captain, Member of Congress - USNA - First Transpolar Voyage - USS Natilus - BSM
Cipriano Andrade, Rear Admiral - Civil War, Chief Engineer of the Navy
George L. Apted, Commander, USNA - Weapons Officer, BSM
Phillip Armstrong - Killed In Israeli Attack On American Ship
Roger Franklin Armstrong, Lieutenant, Killed In 1922 Air Crash At Hampton Roads, Virginia
Charles Snowden Arthur, Jr., Captain, USNA - World War II, Korea - Educator
John S. Arwine, Commander, USNA - Died Of Disease While In Active Duty In 1924
Peter Swinton Asby, Jr., Lieutenant Commander, Died In November 1999 - Buried In October 2005 - INFORMATION NEEDED
George Bamford Ashe, Rear Admiral,  Naval Academy, World Wars I & II
 Barry K. Atkins, Rear Admiral, USNA - World War II, Korean War - Navy Cross, BSM
Frank Hanes Ayres, Lieutenant - Son of Congressman William Ayres, Assistant to President Nixon
William Harvey Ayres, Jr., Captain - USNA - Submarine Commander & Communications Specialist
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Harry Lewis Baab, Lieutenant, Naval Aviator - Killed In Action In WWII - PH
Hosea John Babin, Rear Admiral, Civil War - Medical Officer & Medical Director
Provoost Babin, Commander, USNA - Spanish War, WWI - Fired The First Shot At The Batte of Manila Bay
Francis William Bacon, Jr., Captain - USNA, 33-Year Career
The Badger Family - 3 Generations Of Naval Service
Harry Asher Badt, Commodore, USNA - WWI, Vera Cruz, WWII - Director of Special Projects - LM
Oliver Walton Bagby, Lieutenant Commander, Accidentally Killed While Testing A Shell - Son-In-Law of Henry Ware Lawton, USA
Oliver Walton Bagby, Jr., Captain, USNA - WWII, Korea, VIetnam - SS, BSM - Grandson of Henry Ware Lwton, USA
The Bagley Family, A Naval Tradition
George Henry Bahm, Rear Admiral - USNA, WWII, First Ship To Reach Japan After WWII
Sigmund "Sig" Bajak - Navy Reserve & NBC Executive
Carroll Royer Baker, Captain, Executive Officer, Naval Medical School , Died On Duty In 1940
Albert Smith Barker, Rear Admiral - Civil War & Spanish-American War
Stephen D. Bakran, Aviation Radioman Second Class, Killed In 1944 Crash In Norway
Frank Baldwin, Vice Admiral, World War I, World War II
John Charles Bangert, Commander, USNA - Naval Aviator - WWII
William R. Banks, Captain, USNA - World War II Veteran
John Matthews Bannon, Captain, USNA - Maintenance & Repair Specialist - Submariner
Paul Henry Barkley, Captain, WWII (Atlantic & Pacific Campaigns), Cuban Missile Crisis
Anne Barnett, Waves, World War II - Military Spouse
William Jay Barnette, Rear Admiral - USNA, WWI, Supt of Naval Observatory
Francis Joseph Barry, Captain, USNA - World War II, Destroyer Commander
John Lewis Bartholomew, Lieutenant Commander, USNA, Naval Aviator
Robert C. Bassett, Commander, WWII, Labor Negotiator, Lawyer, Presidential Advisor
Edward Buttevant Barry, Rear Admiral - USNA - Spanish-American War -Forced To Resign Over Alleged Liaison With A Cabin Boy Aboard His Flagship
Ivan Ernest Bass, Rear Admiral, USNA - World War I, World War II
LeRoy Bates, Lieutenant, USNA 1966 - Killed In Training Crash - President Johnson & Family Attended Funeral
Rudolph Charles Bauer, Rear Admiral - USNA - Decorated WWII Naval Aviator
Cortland Chesterfield Baughman, Commodore, USNA - WWI, Nicaragua, WWII - BSM
Arthur Jason Bayer, Lieutenant Commander, Killed In Helicopter Training Accident
Warner Baldwin Bayley, Rear Admiral - Spanish-American War, Inquiry For The USS Maine
Marmaduke G. Bayne, Vice Admiral, World War II Sub Commander - National War College Commander
Ralph Beacham, Lieutenant Commander - Missing On Flight In 1943 - Returned Home In 1998
John Reginald Beardall, Rear Admiral, USNA - Vera Cruz, WWI, WWII - LM
Lester Anthony Beardslee, Rear Admiral - Civil War, With Perry In Japan, 1st Thru Canal
The Beatty Family, A Naval Tradition
Frank Edmund Beatty, Rear Admiral - Member of a Family With A Long Naval Tradition
Frank Edmund Beatty, Jr. Vice Admiral - USNA - Son of F. E. Beatty - WWI, WWII - Navy Cross, LM, BSM
F. J. Denis Beatty, Ensign, World War II, Noted American Architect - Son of F. E. Beatty, Jr.
Augustin Toutant Beauregard , Rear Admiral - WWI, WWII - Grandson of CSA General G.P.T. Beauregard
Frederick Julian Becton, Rear Admiral, Navy Cross, Refused To Give Up His Ship
Stephen Ray Bedford, Jr., Lieuetnant Commander, USNA - Died In Washington Hospital In 1942
William A. Behr, Commander - WWII Aviator, Navy Cross & Purple Heart
The Behrens Family, A Naval Tradition
George Eugene Belknap - Rear Admiral, Civil War, China
Reginald Rowan Belknap, Rear Admiral, Spanish-American War, Boxer Rebellion, WWI
Frederick Jackson Bell, Rear Admiral - USNA - World War II Commander - Author - Minister
Patrick Neison Lynch Bellinger - Vice Admiral, Hero At Pearl Harbor
Harold Medberry Bemis, Rear Admiral - USNA - World War I & World War II
Laurence Vincent Benet, Ensign, Son of S. V. Benet, US Army - Hotchkiss Machine Gun
Andrew Ellicott Kennedy Benham, Rear Admiral, USNA - Civil War, Spanish-American War
Henry Kennedy Benham, Lieutenant, Died of Appendicitis In 1904 - Son of The Admiral
Arthur King Bennett, Jr. - Captain - USNA - WWII, Korea, Vietnam, Naval Aviator
Arthur King Bennett III, Lieutenant - Son Of Arthur King Bennett, Jr. - INFO NEEDED
Andrew Carl Bennett, Rear Admiral, USNA - WWI, WWII - Early Sub Commander - Navy Cross, LM
Andrew J. Bennett, Lieutenant Commander, USNA, Aviator, Vietnam, DFC, AN, VCM
Roland Murphy Bennett, Fireman - WWII, Died Homeless (But Not Friendless) In Washington, DC
Thomas Moss Bennett, Rear Admiral, USNA - World War II - Naval Aviator - Navy Cross (NC)
William L. Bennett, Captain, USNA - Naval Aviator - WWII, Korea, Vietnam - LM
The Benson Family, A Naval Tradition
Stephen N. Benson, Lieutenant, Killed In Mid-Air Practice Flight
William Lewis Benson, Rear Admiral - USNA - World War II Commander
Robert Austin Bergs, Commander, USNA - Explorer Antartic With Admiral Byrd - Submarine Commander, Attorney
Joseph O. Bernier, Lieuenant Commnader - WWII, USS Missouri, War Plans Department
Karl Joseph Bernstein - In WWII At 17 - Then USNA - Rear Admiral
Robert Mallory Berry, Rear Admiral - USNA - Spanish-American War
Charles Mariner Bertholf, Captain - USNA, WWII, Navy Cross, Nephew of Commodore Bertholf - Son Of Captain Bertholf
Wallace Bertholf, Captain - Brother of E. P. Bertholf - WWII, Navy Cross
Jon S. Bertrand, Captain - Naval Aviator, Vietnam War, Assistant Inspector General
Richard Halsey Best, Lieutenant Commander, USNA, WWII Avaitor, Navy Cross, DFC
Pasquale Bettio, Chief Metalshith, Killed In 1933 Crash of Blimp J-3 Sent To Rescue the USS Akron
Douglas Ronald Bibler, Lieutenant, Killed In 1966 Aircraft Accident
Robert Donald Biederman, Lieutenant, USNA - Lost Aboard The USS Thresher In 1963 - Memorial Stone In Arlington
Brian Robert Bill, Master Chief Petty Officer (SOC) Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom, PH, BSM W/V (3 Awards)
Bernhard Henry Bieri, Vice Admiral - USNA - Mexican Border, WWI, WWII, Deputy CNO
Arthur Leo Biggins, Lieutenant, World War II - Justice Department Lawyer
Charles E. Bigler, Commander - Commander, "Each Headstone..."
Luther Guiteau Billings, Rear Admiral - Civil War - Prisoner of War - Pay Director of the Navy
Arthur Joseph Binette, Chief Petty Officer, World War II, Red Rippers Fighting Squadron
Edward Garrison Binning, Rear Admiral, WWII Aviator - Killed In 1961 Civilian Air Crash In Australia
Carl Whiting Bishop, Lieutenant (jg)  - Submitted By Bryan Hagon
Kris Romeo Bishundat, Systems Technician (IT) - Killed In Terrorist Attack On The Pentagon, 11 September 2001
Andrew Gustave Bisset, Vice Admiral, Civil Engineer Corps, World War II - DSM, LM
Ralph Campion Bisz, Lieutenant Commander, Shot Down Over Vietnam In 1967, Body Returned Home In 2008 - PH
Alexander Franklin Black, Lieutenant, World War II - Crossword Puzzle Guru
Del Black, Master Chief Petty Officer, First Navy MCPO, First Enlisted DSM Recipient, Pearl Harbor
John Thomas Blackburn, Captain - USNA, Aviator, WWII, Highly Decorated
Gregory Dean Black, Lieutenant (jg), USNA - Killed In Aircraft Accident - INFORMATION NEEDED
Joseph Dean Black, Rear Admiral, USNA - Father of Gregory Dean Black - INFORMATION NEEDED
Richard Blackburn Black, Rear Admiral - Arctic Explorer
Howard Winchester Blackwell, Seaman Second - Died In China of Disease In 1930
Leon Nelson Blair, Rear Admiral, World War II Submarine Commander - Navy Cross
Arthur Merrick Blamphin, Captain - Engineering Officer - Aviaton Designer & Inventor
William Henry Purnell Blandy, Admiral - Atomic Tests
James H. Blessing, TM1 - Lost In 1944 Aboard The Submarine USS Gudgeon - Memorial Stone - PH
Claude Charles Bloch, Admiral, USNA - Philippine Insurrection, Boxer Rebellion, WWI, WWII - NC
Francis Joseph Blouin, Vice Admiral - USNA - WWII, Deputy CNO, Secretary of the JCS
George Preston Blow, Lieuetnant, USNA - Spanish-American War - USS Maine Survivor
George Waller Blow, Lieutenant Commander, WWI, WWII - Son of George Preston Blow
George Waller Blow, Commander - World War II
Katharine Rowland Cooke Blow, Military Spouse And Activist - Wife of George Waller Blow, United States Navy
Russell Mark Blythe, Commander - USNA, Naval Aviator, Vietnam War
James Earl Boak, Commodore, USNA - Vera Cruz, WWI, WWII Father Of JK Boak - LM
James Knox Boak III, Lieutenant Commander, USNA - From A Naval Family
Russell Lee Boggess - Lieutenant Commander, Vietnam Vet & Loving Husband
William W. Boggess, Jr., Seaman Second Class, Kiled In Action, World War II, PH
Peter Bonacchi - Vietnam Veteran & Agent Orange Victim
Jeremy Michael Boorda, Admiral - Chief of Naval Operations
Frank Matteson Bostwick - Commodore, Spanish-American War I
Paul R. Boucher, Senior Naval Intelligence Agent & Government Official - Killed By Model Airplane In 1982
Harold Gardiner Bowen Sr., Vice Admiral, USNA - World War I, World War II - DSM
Harold Gardiner Bowen, Jr. Vice Admiral - USNA - WWII, Investigated USS Pueblo Incident
James F. Bowlin, Sr., Lieutenant Commander, WWII, Pearl Harbor Survivor - PH
David H. Boyd, Lieutenant, Attorney - Complications From Surgery
Randall T. Boyd, Jr., Commander - USNA, Highly Decorated Aviator, WWII, Korea
Robert Edgar Braddy, Rear Admiral, World War II - Navy Cross- INFORMATION NEEDED
Kenneth F. Bradley, Lieutenant - Supply Corps, Navy Corpsman In Vietnam - Above All, A Teacher
Max Bradley, Warrant Officer, Career Officer, Served In USMC In Hati and WWI
Anthony Rogers Brady, Captain, Naval Aviator - Died of Pneumonia In Alaska In 1947 On Active Duty
Thomas J. Brady, Jr., Commander, Civil Engineer, World War I, World War II, 30 Years Of Service
Clinton Elgin Braine, Jr., Commodore, USNA - WWI, WWII - Combat Commander - LM
Frank Alfred Braisted, Rear Admiral, World War II - INFORMATION NEEDED
William Clarence Braisted, Rear Admiral, Physician To President of the United States
Pamela Branum, Senior Chief, United States Navy Medical Corps - Died In Her Sleep In June 2009 Aboard USNS Comfort
Robert Martin Breen, Jr., FC2, Awaiting Additional Information
John F. Brennan, Jr., Commander, Aviator - Reconissance Pilot - Vietnam War - AM
George W. Brenton III, Commander - Camp David Communications Officer
Henry Bress, Captain, USNA, World War II, Vietnam War
Robert Raymond Brett, Lieutenant (Chaplain), Killed In Vietnam
Donald Raymond Bried, Lieutenant, USNA - Killed In Aircraft Accident In Florida In 1943
Harold M. Briggs, Rear Admiral - USNA, WWII, Korea, Presidential Aide
Josephus Asa Briggs, Sr., Rear Admiral, USNA, World War II
Harry Lerch Brinser, Rear Admiral, USNA - Spanish-American War, WWI, WWII - Navy Cross, LM
Robert Pearce Briscoe, Admiral - USNA - WWI, WWII, Navy Cross, DSM, LM
Frederick Brooks Britt, Captain, From Pipifitter To Captain, United States Navy
William Herman Brockman, Jr., Rear Admiral, USNA - World War II - Navy Cross (3)
Carl Brown, Machinist Mate - Missing On Flight In 1943 - Returned Home In 1998
Clarence John Brown, Vice Admiral, Haitian Campaign, Ranking Medical Officer In WWII - DSM, LM
David M. Brown, Captain, NASA Astronaut, Physician, Killed In Crash Of Shuttle Columbia
John Herbert Brown, Jr., Vice Admiral, USNA - Early Submariner - WWII Sub Flotila Commander - DSM, LM
George Henry Browne, Rear Admiral, World War II, Korea - Navy Cross, BSM - INFO NEEDED
Miles Rutherford Browning, Rear Admiral, USNA - WWI, WWII, Early Naval Aviator - A Fighting Admiral
John M. Brozena, Captain, Naval Aviator, Korean War, Naval Intelligence, AM
Arthur Walker Bryan, Lieutenant - USNA Graduate - Educator
George Humphrey Bryan, Jr., Lieutenant Commander - USNA, 20-Year Veteran
Vivian Bono Bryan, Lieutenant - First Class Of Navy Waves In WWII
Samuel Wood Bryant, Rear Admiral, USNA - World War I
Charles Allen Buchanan, Rear Admiral, USNA, Decorated WWII Veteran - Completed USS Airzona Memorial
James A. Buchanan IV, Ensign - WWII Aviator - Relative of President Buchanan
Arthur Charles Buck, Lieutenant (jg), Killed In Vietnam War In 1968 - Returned Home In 2003 - PH
Mark E. Buck, RMCM, Submarine Service, Trainer, Master Chief
Walter Albert Buck, Rear Admiral, Harvard Graduate - Finance Specialist - WWII - LM
Phil H. Bucklew, Captain, World War II, 2 Navy Crosses, D-Day Landings
Jimmy Lee Buckley, Commander, Naval Aviator, Killed Near Chinese Border In 1967 - Returned Home In 1975 - PH
James Henry Bull, Commander, Died In 1932 - Father of Henry T. Bull, USA
B. Saunders Bullard, Jr., United States Navy Son - Killed In 1931 Accidental Shooting In California
William Hannum Grubb Bullard, Rear Admiral, USNA - Spanish-American War, WWI - Radio Communications Pioneer
Charles Bulzone,Chief Warrant Officer 3, World War II - Pearl Harbor Survivor
Charles Waite Orville Bunker, Rear Admiral, WWII, Ranking Medical Officer - Commander, National Naval Medical Center At Bethesda
Joel William Bunkley, Rear Admiral, USNA WWI, WWII, In Command Of USS California At Pearl Habor - Navy Cross, LM
Henry Frederick Bruns, Rear Admiral, USNA - Corps of Civil Engineers - WWII - LM
Keith M. Bunting, Sr., Captain, USNA - Submarine & Destroyer Commander
John E. Burgess, Captain, Naval Aviator, Vietnam War - DSSM, AM
Thomas Henry Burke, Pharmacist's Mate & Member of Congress
George Gregory Burkley, Rear Admiral - JFK's Physician
 Albert C. Burley, Captain - USNA, WWII, Submariner
Charles Frank Burlingame III, Captain - Pilot of American Air Lines Flight 77 - Used In Pentagon Attack
Edmund W. Burrough, USNA, Vice Admiral, Early Submarine Commander
Clayton Lee Teddy Burwell, Lieutenant Commander - WWII Aviator, Govt Official, Lawyer, Tennis Player
Brent Bushong, Captain, Naval Aviator, Carrier Commander, Vietnam War
Henry Varnum Butler, Vice Admiral, USNA - Battle of Manila Bay (SAW), WWI, WWII - DSM
Holt Fairfield Butt III, Lieuenant (Chaplain), West Point Chaplain - World War II
Frank W. Butterworth III, Rear Admiral, USNA, Submarine Commander

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Arthur Gill Caffee - Lieutenant, Kiled In Gun Explosion, 1910
James Franklin Caldwell, Sr.,Captain, USNA - 4th Generation USNA Graduate - Submarine Officer
John G. Calhoun, Lieuenant (jg) - Naval Aviator - Killed In A Training Mission
William M. Callaghan, Rear Admiral - USNA - WWI, WWII, Commander of USS Missouri
 Catherine Dodson Callahan, Lieutenant Commander, World War II
Allen Phillip Calvert, Rear Admiral, USNA - WWII - Commanded PT Boats In Pacific - DSM
Virgil King Cameron, Lieutenant Commander - Killed In Vietnam In 1966 - Returned Home In 1999
Christopher G. Campbell, Chief Petty Officer, SOC - SEAL, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM With Valor (2)
Edward Hale Campbell, Vice Admiral, USNA - Spanish-American War, WWI, Judge Advocate General - Navy Cross
John Marshall Campbell, Lieutenant, Died Of Pneumonia At Age 40 In 1936
Gordon Campbell, Captain - USNA, Army Brat, 30-Year Career, WWII
William Nelson Campbell, Captain - USNA, Legion of Merit, Bronze Star Medal
Robert Owen Canada, Jr., Rear Admiral - Commander, Bethesda Naval Hospital
Guy Cane, Captain, USNA - Vietnam War, Naval Aviator - SS, DFC
Everett Dole Capehart, Captain, USNA - WWI, WWII, Aide to President Harding - Grandson of General Capehart
William Banks Caperton- Admiral, World War I
Washington Lee Capps, Admiral - Spanish-American War, WWI, Chief of Naval Construction
Freeland H. Hank Carde - Commander, Decorated In Vietnam - AIDS Activist
Robert Bazil Carleson, Lieutenant, Ground-Breaking Ronald Reagan Administration Official
Robert O. Carlson, Lieutenant Commander, Naval Aviator - Pearl Harbor Survivor - USS Oklahoma
Martin Doan Carmody, Rear Admiral, Naval Aviator - WWII, Korea, Vietnam - DSM, DFC, AM, BSM
Ralph Herbert Carnahan, Rear Admiral - USNA, Nuclear Power Specialist
Robert Bostwick Carney, Admiral, USNA - WWI, WWII Combat Commander - Chief of Naval Operations - Navy Cross, DSM, LM,, BSM
Arthur Schuyler Carpender,Admiral, World War II Commander
Francis Alphonse Carrier, Captain, WWII PT Boats, Research & Development Specialist
Billy Buck Carroll, Commander, Aviator, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - DFC, AM, PH
Eugene James Carroll, Jr., Rear Admiral, Naval Aviator, WWII, Nuclear Policy Critic
Gerald J. Carroll - Lieutenant Commander, Fighter Pilot & Author
Will Herman Carroll, Lieutenant Commander, Fighter Pilot In WWII
Edward Norman Carruth, Lieutenant Commander - WWII, Pearl Harbor Survivor
John Hazard Carson, Vice Admiral, USNA - WWI, WWII - BSM
Mark T. Carter, Chief Petty Officer, Navy Seal - Afghanistan - Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Martin M. Casey, Jr., Captain, USNA, WWII, Korea, Vietnam, Aviator - DFC,LM,PH,AM
Silas Casey III - Rear Admiral, Son of A General
John Jarrell Cashmere, Captain, Destroyer & Mine Sweeper Commander - LM
John Howard Cassady, Admiral, USNA - World War II Combat Commander - LM
Arthur H. Casselbury, HM1, Vietnam War Medic - Naval Career
Stephen Cassin, Captain - War of 1812
Gordon Charles Caswell, Commander - Vietnam War Veteran
David Clark Cather, Rear Admiral, Medical Officer - Philippines, World War II
Arthur Karl Cebrowski, Vice Admiral, Combat Aviator, Vietnam - President, Naval War College - DSM, LM, BSM, AM
Charles Purcell Cecil, Rear Admiral, USNA - WWI, WWII Combat Commander - 2 Navy Crosses, BSM, Killed In 1944 Aircraft Crash
Lloyd Stuart Chambers, Jr., Commander, USNA - Retired In 1968
Washington Irving Chambers, Captain, Naval Aviation Pioneer - Ship Named For Him In 2008
Charles Richardson Chandler, Captain, USNA - World War II, Korea - SS, BSM, PH
Selden Chapin, Lieutenant (jg) - USNA, Foreign Service Officer, US Ambassador
Vance Duncan Chapline, Rear Admiral, USNA - WWI, WWII - Navy Cross - LM
Donald D. Chapman, Rear Admiral, World War II, Navy Judge Advocate General
Irwin Chase, Jr., Rear Admiral - USNA, Naval Aviator, World War II, Silver Star
Jehu Valentine Chase, Rear Admiral, USNA - Spanish-American War, WWI - DSM
John Dawson Chase, Rear Admiral, USNA - WWII, Korea, Vietnam - DSM, LM
John J. Chernesky, Captain, Career Submarine Officer, Legion of Merit
Colby Mitchell Chester, Rear Admiral - USNA - Civil War & Spanish-American War
Francis J. Chester, Captain, World War II - Iwo Jima - Atomic Tests At Bikini Atoll
James Olin Chiles, Lieutenant (jg), Naval Aviator - Kept A Journal Of His Battle With Polio - Died In 1949
William Pierce Chilton, Rear Admiral - USNA, World War II Commander & Planner
Michael A. Chirigos, Sr., Seaman, Landed On Omaha Beach On D-Day (6 June 1944) In World War II
John Chittenden, Captain, USNA - World War II, Aviator, Destroyer Commander - BSM With Valor
William Claudius Churchwell, Jr., Chief, Hurrican Hunter, By His Son Jason
Marshall Clagett, Lieutenant Commander, World War II - Egyptian Scholar
Fred Melton Clancy III, Ensign, Killed In Aircraft Accident At Norfolk, Virginia, In 1958
Charles Edgar Clark - Rear Admiral, Hero Of Spanish-American War
Charles Robert Clark, Jr., Captain, USNA - WWII Submarine Commander - Navy Cross, BSM With Valor
Joseph James "Jocko" Clark, Admiral - WWII Carrier Commander, Highly Decorated
Laurel Blair Salton Clark, Captain, Physician, NASA Astronaut - Killed In Crash of Shuttle Columbia
Robert Alan Clark, Lieutenant (jg) - MIA In Vietnam In 1973 - Returned Home In 2004
Robley Westland Clark, Captain, Pearl Harbor Survivor - Killed In WWII Japanese Suicide Plane Attack - PH
George B. Clegg III, Commander - USNA, Navy's First Submarine Missile Officer
Clark M. Clifford, Reserve Captain, Secretary of Defense
John Mellen Brady Clitz, Rear Admiral, Mexican War, Civil War, Spanish-American War
Kenneth E. Clodfelter, HM-3 - Killed In A Terrorist Attack Against  USS Cole: October 2000
Richardson Clover, Rear Admiral, USNA - Son-in-law of John F. Miller
Philip James Coady, Jr., Rear Admiral, Vietnam, Persian Gulf, Carrier Kitty Hawk - DSM, LM
Calvin Hayes Cobb, Vice Admiral, USNA - Cuba, Vera Cruz, WWI, WWII - Navy Cross, LM
Deas Alexander Coburn, Chief Warrant Officer, World War II, Prisoner of War
Edward Lull Cochrane, Vice Admiral, USNA - Noted Naval Architect
Harold Raymond Cody, Captain, Naval Aviator - World War II, Korea, Vietnam
Joseph Bulloch Coghlan, Rear Admiral, USNA - Civil War, Spanish-American War
Francis Cogswell, Captain, USNA - World War I - Navy Cross
Richard Gary Colbert, Admiral, USNA, WWII, President of the Naval War College
LeGrande Ogden Cole, Jr., Commander - KIA In Vietnam In 1967 - Returned In 1988
James Pagaud Coleman, Captain - USNA, WWII, Guided Missile Expert
Kevin Park Colling, Lieutenant, Blue Angels - Killed In Practice Flight
Howard Lyman Collins, Rear Admiral, Husband of Captain Winifred Collins - INFO NEEDED
Winifred Quick Collins, Captain, Female Personnel Chief, Wife of a Howard Lyman Colline, Rear Admiral, USN
John F. Collingwood, Captain - 32 Year Career - WWII, Korea, Vietnam
Felix Neil Colvin, Commander, Communications Specialist - World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War
Robert Grimes Coman, Commodore, USNA - WWI, WWII - LM
Frank H. Conant II, Lieuenant, Famed Naval Aviator - Killed In 1926 Virginia Air Crash
Alfred Joseph D. Concepcion, GSE-2, Killed In Traffic Accident In South Carolina
Lester Patrick Condon - Naval Officer & Government Official
James Watson Conger, Captain, USNA - WWII, Gemini IV Astronaut Recovery
Margaret L. Conkling, YN2, Korean War Era WAVE
Robet J. Connell, Commander - USNA, WWII, Korea, Atomic Bomb Tests In 1946
Patrick K. Connor, Lieutenant - Killed In Operation Desert Storm
Richard Lansing Conolly, Admiral - USNA - World War I, World War II - Navy Cross - Killed In Commercial Jet Crash In NYC In 1962
Robert C. Conolly II, Rear Admiral - Veteran of Korea And Vietnam
George Albert Converse, Rear Admiral, Spanish-American War - Engineering Officer
Arthur Byron Cook, Vice Admiral, USNA - Naval Aviator - WWI, WWII - DSM, LM
Frank Clarendon Cook, Captain, Medical Corps - Spanish-American War, World War I
Barry T. Cooke, Lieutenant Commander - Killed In Operation Desert Storm
Charles Maynard Cooke, Admiral, USNA - WWI, WWII - DSM
David O. Cooke, Captain - WWII, "Mayor of the Pentagon"
Frederick F. A. Cooke, Captain - Civil Engineering Corps, Navy Family
Henry David Cooke, Rear Admiral, USNA - Philippines Insurrection, WWI, WWII- PH, Navy Cross
David M. Cooney, Rear Admiral - Chief of Naval Information
Julian T. Cooper, Contractor - Killed In Terrorist Attack On The Pentagon: 11 September 2001
James M. Copeland III, Commander, Naval Aviator & FAA Official
Frederick William Corle, Vice Admiral - USNA, WWII, Defense Supply Agency
Frank Ervin Corn, Chief Warrant Officer, 32-Year Career
Arie Alvardo Corwin, Captain, World War I, World War II - Navy Cross, Bronze Star Medal
Frank Carvill Cosby, Rear Admiral, Civil War - Two Sons Were Army Officers
Paul F. Cosgrove, Rear Admiral, World War II, Pearl Harbor Survivor, Supply Specialist
Larry Addison Cossairt, Commander, Naval Aviator - 30 Year Career - Vietnam War
Richard Costelow, Chief Petty Officer - Killed In Terrorist Attack Against The USS Cole - October 2000
Jay Coupe Jr., Captain, Spokesman For JCS - Escorted Vietnam POWs Home
Thomas J. Cowie, Rear Admiral, Paymaster General of the Navy - Navy Cross
Samuel Patrick Cox, Petty Officer 3rd Class, Killed In Helicopter Crash Near Italy
Donald E. Craig, Commander - USNA, Korean War Veteran
Robert Rutherford Craighill, Rear Admiral, USNA, Navy Cross In World War II
Eric Allen Cranford, Commander, Killed In Terrorist Attack On The Pentagon: 11 September 2001
John H. Craven, Chaplain (Captain) WWII, Korean, Longest-Serving With Marine Corps
Charles Henderson Craven, Lieutenant Commander, Civil War - INFO NEEDED
Conrad Winfield Craven, Captain, World War II, USS Enterprise - INFORMATION NEEDED
Thomas Tingey Craven, Rear Admiral - Civil War Battle Commander
John W. Crawford, Lieutenant, Secretary To Admiral George Dewey - Suicide Victim In 1907
Edward W. Creecy, Midshipman, Appointed To USNA By President Lincoln In 1863 - Father Of R. B. Creecy
Henry Crommelin, Vice Admiral, USNA (One Of 5 Brothers To Graduate USNA), WWII, SS, BSM
William Piggott Cronan, Captain, USNA - Hero In 1907, Died Young - Married To President Grant's Granddaughter
Peirce Crosby, Rear Admiral, Mexican War, Civil War
Lawrence L. Crosier, Fireman First Class, Killed While Assigned To USS Memphis In 1916
Harold E. Cross, Captain - Destroyer-Escort Division Commander, WWII
Albert Scott Crossfield, Lieutenant, WWII Naval Aviator - World-Famous Test Pilot
Arent S. Crowninshield, Rear Admiral, USNA - Civil War - Chief, Bureau of Navigation
James Hamilton Cruse, Captain - USNA - World War II Naval Aviator
James Thomas Cruse - Midshipman, Killed In Explosion, 1907 -Never mind me, I am all right. Look after those other fellows
 Thomas W. Cuddy, Captain - USNA, Submarines, Vietnam Veteran
David E. Cummins, Lieutenant Commander, Killed in 1933 Crash of Blimp J-3 Sent To Rescue USS Akron
Paul Tracy Cunningham, Commander - Submarine Officer
Philip Tracy Cunningham, Commander & Corporate CEO
Maurice Edwin Curts, Admiral, USNA - WWI, WWII - DSC, NC, DSM, LM, SS, BSM
George Francis Cutter, Commodore (Paymaster) - Mexican War, Civil War

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John Dachos, Captain, USNA, Intelligence Officer, Vietnam Veteran
Oscar Norman Dale, Captain - Navy Supply Corps - World War II, Vietnam War
John C. Daniel - Rear Admiral, Korea Negotiator
Sidney Theodore Daniel - Lieutanant Commander & Civilian USN Personnel Official
Parmely "Pete" Daniels, Killed In A Boating Accident
Dorothy Still Danner, Lieutenant, World War II Navy Nurse
Adolph Richard Dasler, Captain - Naval Medical Pioneer
Steven Phillip Daugherty, Petty Officer First Class, Navy SEAL - Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Lyal Ament Davidson, Vice Admiral, USNA - WWI, WWII - DSM, LM
Arthur Caley Davis, Admiral, USNA, AviatorWWII, Pearl Harbor, Navy Cross, DSM, LM
Donald Vance Davis, Lieutenant Commander, Lost Over North Vietnam In 1967 - Returned Home In 1998
Edward A. Davis, Captain, USNA - Naval Aviator - Vietnam War Prisoner of War - SS, LM, BSM, AM, PH
George S. Davis, Commander, USNA - World War II Submarine Service, Surfance Service
Glenn Benson Davis, Sr. - Vice Admiral, Highly Decorated WWII Veteran
Leland LaFroy Davis, Ensign, Killed In 1943 (World War II) - Returned Home In 2006 - NC, PH
William L. Dawson, Captain - Highly Decorated WWII Aviator
Evelyn Blanche Cooper Day, Ensign, World War II, One of the first WAVES
George C. Day, Rear Admiral, USNA - World War I - Navy Cross
James Chester Day, Jr., Commander, USNA, World War II, Vietnam - Civil Engineer
Dwight DeCamp, Captain, Naval Aviator - WWII, LM, DFC, AM
Lyon Sprague de Camp, Lieutenant Commander, WWII, Noted Author
Gerald F. DeConto, Captain - Killed In Terrorist Attack On The Pentagon - 11 September 2001
Jane Maury Denton, Wife of Rear Admiral Jeremiah Denton, Jr., Rear Admiral, USN
Randal Euesta Dees, Rear Admiral, USNA - WWI, WWII - SS, LM
Josephine Coombs De Ganahl - Navy Wife & Early Female Pilot
Vincent John Dellay, Chief Petty Officer (WWII), Member of Congress
Peter DeMarco, Machinist Mate - Missing On Flight In 1943 - Returned Home In 1998
James Charles Dempsey - Rear Admiral, WWII Subs, "Operation Petticoat"
Francis Compton Denebrink, Vice Admiral, USNA - World War I, World War II - DSM, LM\
Louis Emil Denfeld, Admiral, USNA, WWI, WWII, CNO, Fired By President Truman - LM
Dieter Dengler, Lieutenant, Aviator, Vietnam War Prisoner, Escaped - Navy Cross, DFC, PH, AM
Manual Reyes Denton, Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class, Killed Over Vietnam In 1963 - Returned Home In 2008 - PH
Richard John DePrez, Captain - USNA,Vietnan Veteran - Legion of Merit
Charles Edward DeValin, Chief Engineer, Father of Charles Moore Devalin, Captain, USN - INFO NEEDED
 Charles Schuveldt Dewey, Lieutenant (World War I) & Member of Congress
N. Minter Dial, Lieutenant, USNA, Died While A Prisoner Of The Japanese In WWII
Ernest J. Dichman, Lieutenant Commander, USNA - Civil War Officer
Grattan C. Dichman, Commander, Naval Aviator #30 - Killed In Crash Of His Plane In California In 1924
The Dickinson Family, A Naval Tradition
James Alpheus Dickinson, First Class Cabin Boy, Civil War - Government Official
Edmond P. DiGiannantonio, Commander - WWII Veteran & Music Expert
Robert M. Dinterman Jr., Gunners Mate, WWII, Park Service Official
Howard Eugene Dirickson, HMCS - WWII, Carlson's Raiders, Marine Raiders
John Stephen Disher - Vice Admiral, Decorated Vietnam War Aviator
Walter John Dixon, Jr., Commander - USNA - WWII - Bureau of Ships
Ronald Wayne Dodge, Commander, Missing Over Vietnam In 1967 - Returned Home In 1981 - PH
Boleslaw Leonard Dombrowski, Lieutenant, USNA - World War I - A Suicide Victim In 1937
Bruce Joseph Donald, Lieutenant - USNA, Naval Aviator, Killed In Crash From USS Abraham Lincoln
David Rumsey Donovan, Commander, WWII, Son of Wild Bill Donovan
Carl Doughtie, Lieutenant, USNA, Aviator, Killed In Vietnam (1965), Buried In 1999
John Douangdara. M1 (Master At Arms), Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom, Helicopter Shootdown - PH
Paul J. Dour, Commander, USNA, Died At The Age of 42
Otto Carl Dowling, Captain, Governor of American Samoa
Michael William Doyle, Commander, Naval Aviator - Killed In Vietnam - PH
Robert Morris Doyle, Rear Admiral, USNA - Spanish-American War, WWI - Around The World Cruise In 1903
Franklin J. Drake, Rear Admiral, USNA - Civil War - USS Constitution - Descendant of British Admiral Drake
Harrington Max Drake, Commander, USNA - Naval Avaitor - Killed In World War II - PH
Louis Dreller, Rear Admiral, World War I, World War II, LM
Louis Ashton Drexler, Jr., Commander - Killed In WWII - Brother Won Medal Of Honor
William Hall Driggs - Commander, Spanish-American War, Inventor
Agnes Meyer Driscoll, Naval Cryptanalyst, United States Navy, National Security Agency
Earl George Droessler, Lieutenant, WWII Naval Weather Service, Internationally Recognized Meteorologist
Charles Droz, Lieutenant Commander - President of EM Solutions, Killed In Terrorist Attack On The Pentagon
Catherine Spence Dry, United States Navy Spouse and Mother
Melvin Spence Dry, Lieutenant, USNA - Last Navy Seal Killed In Vietnam - Classified Rescue Attempt - BSM
Raymond F. DuBois - Rear Admiral, WWII Sub Commander
Laurance Toombs DuBose - Admiral, World War II
Adolph Dubs, Lieutenant Commnader, World War II - Assassianted US Ambassador
Irving Terrill Duke, Vice Admiral, WWII, Captain of USS Missouri - Information Needed
John M. Duke, Jr., Captain - USNA, World War II - Amatuer Radio Operator
Thomas Earl Dunlop, Commander, Naval Aviator - Killed In Vietnam, 1972 - Returned Home In 2005
Joseph Patrick Dunn, Commander, Killed Over South China Sea In 1968 - Missing In Action - Memorial Stone
Patrick Dunn, Commander - Killed In Terrorist Attack On The Pentagon - 11 September 2001
Norman Leon Dunbar, Commander - Naval Avitor - World War II, Korean War
Robert Ray Duncan, Lieutenant, MIA Over North Vietnam - In Memory Of Stone In Arlington
Michael Edward Dunn, Lieutenant Commander - Killed In Vietnam: 1968 - Returned Home: 2000
 William Tenney Dutton, Captain - World War II (South Pacific)
Thomas H. Dyer - Captain, Pearl Harbor, Broke Japanese Codes In WWII
Charles Wilson Dyson, Rear Admiral, USNA - WWI, Navy Cross - DSM

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Edward Randolph Eberle, Lieutenant Commander, USNA - Son of the Admiral - Died At Age 44 In 1935
Edward Walter Eberle, Admiral - USNA, Spanish War, WWI, Chief of Naval Operations
Richard Wesley Eddy, Jr., Lieutenant Commander, Judge Advocate Corps
Burton I. Edelson, Commander, USNA, NASA Official, Space Pioneer, LM
John Tracey Edson, Ensign, USNA - A Hero of the Spanish-American War
Ernest W. Eickelberg, Lieutenant Commander - WWI, Engineering & Exploration Officer
Norman Edward Eidsmoe, Captain - Lost Over Vietnam In 1968 - Retrurned Home In 2000
Steven Elledge, Lieutenant (jg), Naval Aviator - Killed In Aircraft Training Accident
Donald Temple Eller, Rear Admiral, USNA - World War II
Denton W. Elliott, Lieutenant Commander, WWII, Government Official
Clyde Taylor Ellis, Lieutenant (World War II) & Member of Congress
John Cooley Ellison, Captain, MIA Over North Vietnam - In Memory Of Stone In Arlington
Robert Randolph Elseth, Lieutenant Commander - Killed In Terrorist Attack On The Pentagon, 11 September 2001
Albert Heman Ely, Jr., Lieutenant (jg), World War I - Moral Re-Armament Organization (MRA)
 Hanson Edward Ely, Jr, Lieutenant, Arlington National Cemetery - INFORMATION NEEDED
David F. Emerson, Vice Admiral, USNA, 36-year-career -  Testing, Vietnam - LM
William Hemsley Emory - Rear Admiral, Military Family
Roger Gene Emrich, Lieutenant Commander, Killed Over North Vietnam In 1967, Returned Home In 1997
Donald D. Engen, Vice Admiral, Government Official, Killed In Glider Crash
Walter M. Enger, Rear Admiral, Seabees Commander, DSM, LM
Earl English - Rear Admiral, Civil War
Robert Henry English, Rear Admiral, USNA - WWI Submarine Commander - Killed In WWII Airplane Crash - Navy Cross (2)
Joseph Francis Enright, Sr., Captain - USNA, WWII Sub Commander, Navy Cross, Sank Carrier Shinano
Stephen J. Eshman, Commander, USNA - Physician - Left Us Too Young
Vonnie Dale Estep, Lieutenant Commander - WWII, Korea, Submarine Officer
Harry Stough Etter, Rear Admiral, Physician, World War II, Vietnam War
Hubert T. Evans, Lieutenant (jg), WWII, MIA/MIA In The Korean War - DFC, PH
The Evans Family - "Fighting Bob Evans"
William Henry Everett, Rear Admiral, INFORMATION NEEDED
Mark Eyre - Killed In A Training Mission In Israel

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Frank George Fahrion, Admiral, USNA - WWII, Atomic Bomb Tests - LM, BSM
Arthur Philip Fairfield, Vice Admiral, USNA - World War I - Navy Cross
Francis Joseph Farino, Captain - USNA - 28-Year Submarine Officer
John H. Farquhar - Lieutenant Commander, Assistant Leader of the Navy Band
Norman Von Heldreich Farquhar - Rear Admiral, Civil War & Spanish War
Edward Robert Fassnacht, Lieutenant, Persian Gulf Veteran - Killed In Helicopter Crash In The Gilf Of Mexico
John Barnhart Faust, TMC, World War II, Korea -Submariner
Christopher T. Fay, Lieutenant - USNA, Naval Aviator, Drowned In Pool Accident
The Fechteler Family, A Naval Dynasty
John Carson Febiger - Rear Admiral, Civil War, Military Family
John Anthony Feldhaus, Commander - Killed In Action Over Vietnam In 1966 - Returned Home In 2001
Harry Donald Felt, Admiral, USNA - World War II - Vietnam Era CINCPAC
Frank W. Fenno, Rear Admiral, Highly Decorated - DSC, NC, SS, LM, BSM - INFORMATION NEEDED
Herbert Thayer Fichman, Captain, Naval Aviator - World War II, Korean War - DFC
Richard Stockton Field, Captain, USNA - WWI, WWII- US Commerce Department
Bradley Allen Fiske, Rear Admiral - USNA, Spanish-American War, WWI
Floyd James Fithian, Commander, United States Navy & Member of Congress
Philip H. Fitz-Gerald, Rear Admiral - USNA, WWII, Navy Cross, Pearl Harbor Survivor
Joseph Anthony Fitzpatrick, Captain, Nuclear Submarine Commander
Harry Elmer Fitzwater, Captain, Naval Aviator, World War II, Deputy Director of Central Intelligence
Arthur Henry Fletcher, Lieutenant, Member of the Long-Serving Fletcher Family, INFO NEEDED
Arthur W. Fletcher, Lieutenant Commander - Seabees In World War II
Douglas M. Fletcher, Naval Reserve - Member of the Long-Serving Fletcher Family - INFO NEEDED
Samuel C. Flynn, Jr., Captain, Fighter Pilot - Vietnam War - SS, DFC (5)
Francis Drake Foley, Rear Admiral, USNA, WWII Aviator, Carrier Commander
Paul Foley, Jr. - Rear Admiral, Early Avitor, Played Polo With Patton
John Follin - Lieutenant, American Revolution
Edward Jerome Foote, Commander, USNA, World War II, Korean War
Ovid Clemmons Foote, Lieutenant Commander, Medical Corps - Father Of Edward Potter Foote - INFO NEEDED
Percy Wright Foote - Rear Admiral, World Wars I & II
William David Ford, United States Navy, United States Air Force, Member of Congress
James McQueen Forsyth - Rear Admiral, Civil War
Earl Fowler, Vice Admiral, Oversaw 1980s Expansion of the Navy, Chief Engineer - DSM, LM
Kenneth J. Fox, Captain, Naval Aviator, Commercial Pilot
Thomas Robert Francis, Lieutenant (jg), Naval Aviator - Lost At Sea In Aviation Incident
Marvin J. Franger, Captain, Combat Aviator - WWII, Early Jet Pilot - SS, DFC, AM
Fred W. Frank, Jr., Commander - Naval Aviator
Samuel Rhoads Franklin - Rear Admiral, Mexican War, Civil War
John Brown Frazier, Captain (Chaplain) - First Navy Chief of Chaplains - WWI
Charles Seymour Freeman - Vice Admiral, WWII, Navy Cross
James Shepherd Freeman, Sr., Rear Admiral, USNA, WWII, Navy Cross At Guadalcanal
Ralph Francis Freese, Commander, US Naval Academy, Supply Corps
Robert F. Freitag - Captain, Engineer, Space Official With NASA
Jason Richard Freiwald, Chief Petty Officer, Navy Seal, Iraq - Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Endurring Freedom - BSM, PH
Herman S. Frey, Lieutenant Commander, WW II, A-Bomb Tests Witness
Marion Wicks Freymann, Chief Petty Officer, World War I - Died At 102
Clarence C. Fridley, Aviation Machinist's Mate Second Class, Killed In 1944 - Returned Home In 2003
John Lawrence From, Jr., Captain, USNA - World War II Submariner - Nuclear Submarine Commander - LM
George W. Fromknecht, Captain, World War II, Vietnam War, BSM
Gregory Scott Fulco, Lieutenant - Carrier/Instructor Pilot - Killed In Training Crash
Frank Eugene Fullerton, Commander, Missing In Vietnam War - In Memory Of Stone
Garland Fulton, Commnader - Lighter-Than-Air Proponent & Specialist
James Leslie Fulton Jr., Commander, World War II, Normandy Invasion (D-Day)
Julius Augustus Furer, Rear Admiral, USNA - Constructor, Administrator, Inventor, Author - WWI, WWII - Navy Cross (NC), LM
Raymond D. Fusselman, Captain - USNA, Navy Cross Recipient in World War II

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Daniel Vincent Gallery, Rear Admiral, USNA, WWII, Captured A German U-Boat
Philip Daly Gallery, Rear Admiral, USNA, WWII, Decorated Destroyer Commander
 William Onahan Gallery, Rear Admiral, USNA, Naval Aviator, WWII, DFC
John Howard Gano, Captain, USNA, World War II, Suez Canal Crisis
Roy Alexander Gano, Vice Admiral - USNA, WWII, Navy Cross
Jeffrey J. Garber, Command Master Chief, Died Of Natural Causes At Sea Aboard USS Dwight D. Eisenhower
Ramon Lopez Garcia - Reserve Captain - Granted Waiver For ANC Burial
Alxie Kremkoff Gard, Spec 1st Class, Well-Known Artist - Walls of Sardi's Restraurant In NYC
James Joseph Garibaldi, Commander, USNA - WWII, Korea - Navy Supply Corps
Francis Leonard Garrett, Rear Admiral, WWII, Vietnam - Chief of Naval Chaplains
Edward Masionte Garrison, QM First Class, WWI - Early Dog Racing Official
Jesse Bishop Gay, Jr., Captain, USNA - WWII, Korea - Normandy Invasion - Aide To President Truman - LM, BSM
Thomas Gay, Captain, Physician - Robbery/Murder Victim
Everett Leroy Gayhart, Captain, Son-In-Law of Henry Ware Lawton, USA - INFO NEEDED
Joseph Robert Geary, Captain, Naval Aviator - Korean War, Vietnam War - BSM, AM
Frederic Leon Geisendorf, Lieutenant (jg), Arlington Ladies Story - INFO NEEDED
Marcel R. Gerin, Captain - WWII Veteran
Richard Eugene Gerlach, Commander, WWII - From Seaman To Commander - 30 Year Career
Lawrence D. Getzfred, Captain - Killed In Terrorist Attack On The Pentagon, 11 September 2001
Robert Lee Ghormley - Vice Admiral, World War II Planner
John P. Gibbons, Captain, World War II Combat Veteran - Judge Advocate General Corps
William Comrie Gibson, Commander, USNA, World War II
 Robert L. Gilbert, Commander - WWII, Korea, Vietnam, Aviator, DFC, AM
Richard Davison Gillham, Captain, 26-year Veteran - Bronze Star Medal (3)
Theodore M. Gilliland, Commander - USNA, World War II (Both Atlantic & Peacific)
James Henry Gillis, Rear Admiral, USNA - Civil War
Rex Allen Gish, Lieutenant, Combat Medicine in World War II - Physician
Turner-Ashby Glascock, Lieutenant, Lost At Sea With the USS S-51 (Memorial Stone)
Albert A. Gleaves, Admiral, USNA - Spanish-American War, WWI - Commander of the Asiatic Fleet
James Henry Glennon, Rear Admiral - Spanish-American War, Philippines Insurrection, World War I - Navy Cross
John Joseph Glynn, Lieuetnant (jg), USNA - Aviator - WWII, Killed In 1949 Mid-Air Collision In Florida
Gene Raymond Gollahon, Lieutenant, Lost Over Vietnam In 1965 - Returned Home In 2002
Roscoe Fletcher Good, Admiral, USNA, WWI, WWII, Korea, Pacific Commander, Son Killed In Korea
Robert C. Gooding, Vice Admiral, USNA, WWII, Engineering Officer
Marcus Aurelius Goodrich, Lieutenant Commander, WWI, WWII, Author, Husband of Olivia de Havilland
Clara Onstad Gordon, Navy Spouse - "For They Also Serve"
John Bryan Gore, Lieutenant, Naval Aviator - Killed In 1985 Aircraft Accident In Alabama
John M. Gore, Captain, United States Navy = Emily Fenn Gore, Navy Spouse - World War II - Buried Together With Their Son
Irving K. Goto, Commander, USNA - Second Japanese-American Graduate of USNA
Leon Grabowsky, Captain - USNA, WWII, Vietnam - Pearl Harbor Survivor - Highly Decorated
Andrew Thomas Graham, Captain, USNA - World War I - Navy Cross
 Pierre Robert Graham, Lieutenant (WWII) & US Foreign Service Officer
Arthur R. Gralla - Vice Admiral, Decorated WWII Hero
Samuel Gravely, Jr., Vice Admiral, Black Naval Pioneer, First Black Commander, Captain & Admiral - LM, BSM
Robert Gray, Ordnance Man - Missing On Flight In 1943 - Returned Home In 1998
Cary Travers Grayson, Rear Admiral - Presidential Physician
George Richard Greeley, Captain - WWII, Communications & Security Specialist
James Agustin Greer, Rear Admiral - Civil War
Ernest H. Gregg, Seaman, United States Navy, First Texas Casulaty In WWI - Ship Torpedoed
Stanley Lloyd Greigg, SN, Member of Congress Fom Iowa - Watergate Investigation
Elton Watters Grenfell, Vice Admiral, USNA, World War II, Submarine Commander
Richard Grenier, Lieutenant, USNA, Newspaper Columnist
David Burton Griffin, Lieutenant, World War II, Korean War
James Lloyd Griffin, Commander, USNA, Shot Down Over North Vietnam - Returned Home In 1974 - DFC, AM, PH
Robert Stanislaus Griffin, Rear Admiral, USNA, Spanish-American War, World War I, DSM
William H. Griffiths, Jr. - Captain, Invasions of France & Okinawa, WWII
Alton L. Grizzard, Lieutenant - USNA, Navy Quarterback, Murder Victim
Scott E. Groeschner, Lieutenant Commander, Navy SEAL - Killed In Traffic Accident In The Ukraine
Alvin C. (Skip) Gross, Jr., Commander, USNA - Aviator, Cuban Missile Crisis, Educator
Stephen Lewin Grossman, Captain & Administrative Law Judge
Ronald Ray Grove, Commander, Two Tours Of Duty In Vietnam
Eugene J. Grow, Captain, Medical Officer - Joined Navy As Surgeon In 1898
Kenneth Dale Gruber, Fireman First Class, Killed In WWII - Memorial Stone At Arlington - PH
Richard Gruber, Captain, Naval Aviator, World War II, The Manhattan Project
Bradford Ellsworth Grow, Rear Admiral, Naval Aviation Pioneer, WWII Carrier Commander
Clarence Gulbranson, Captain, USNA - WWII - Naval Amphibious Center Commander, LM
Alan Montgomery Gunn, Lt (jg), Killed In Air Crash In Atlantic - Not Recovered
Cherone L. Gunn, Seaman, Killed In A Terrorist Attack Against The USS Cole - October 2000
John Gwinn, Captain, Died In Sicily In 1848 In Command of USS Constitution - Buried In Arlington In 1931

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Arthur Edwin Hacker, Commander, Naval Aviator, World War II Veteran
Benjamin T. Hacker, Rear Admiral, First Naval Flight Officer To Attain Flag Rank - LM, DSSM
Frank Warren Hackett, Assistant Paymaster, Assistant Secretary of the Navy
Francis Joy Haesler, Lieutenant, USNA - Spanish-Amerian War - Died of Typhoid Fever in 1900
Robert Peter Hains. Midshipman, Chief Examiner, United States Patent Office
Dr. Harvey Hall, Commander, United States Navy & Chief Scientist, NASA Manned Space Projects
James Wayne Hall, Commander, Naval Aviator - Killed In Vietnam In 1972 - Returned Home In 2000 - PH
The Halsey Family, A Naval Tradition
Alexander S. Halstead, Rear Admiral, USNA - Spanish-American War, World War I - DSM
DeWitt C. E. Hamberger, Rear Admiral, Son of William F. Hamberger, MOH - WWII, Navy Cross (2)
Lewis R. Hamersly, Acting Ensign, Civil War Service - INFO NEEDED
Maynard Lynn Hamilton, Lt Commander, WWII, Korea, Vietnam
Edgar Watson Hampson, Lieutenant (jg), A Suicide Victim Aboard His Ship In 1932
Lewis Hancock, Jr., Lieutenant Commander - Killed In Crash Of USS Shenandoah (Dirigible)
Thomas William Hancock, Captain - Aviator - Killed In Kayaking Accident
Robert J. Hanks, Rear Admiral - USNA, Naval Aviator, WWII, Korea, Vietnam
Michael Joseph Hanley, Jr., Captain - USNA, WWII, Pearl Harbor Survivor
John W. Hanlon, Jr., Lieutenant (jg), Killed In WWII (1944) - Returned Home In 2003 - PH
Thor Hanson, Vice Admiral, USNA - Aide to Secretary of the Navy & The Joint Chiefs of Statff
William Thomas Hardaker, Captain - Aviator, WWII, Korea, Midway, Guadalcanal
Giles Bates Harber, Rear Admiral, USNA - Spanish-American War, Jeannette Expedition Hero
Frieda Mae Hardin, Yoemanette - WWI, America's Oldest Living Female Vet Died At 103
Nathan H. Hardy, Chief Petty Officer, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
Oscar S. Hargett, Jr. - Reserve Captain, WWII Vet, Govt Official
Richard Bryan Hargreaves, PHC, WWII, Korea - Relative of William Jennings Bryan - INFORMATION NEEDED
Richard S. Harlan, Captain - USNA, World War II, Silver Star Medal
Frederick J. Fritz Harlfinger II - Vice Admiral, WWII, Korea
John Harllee, Rear Admiral, USNA, WWII, Federal Maritime Commission - SS, LM
Alfred Winslow Harmon - Commander, Pearl Harbor Survivor, WWII & Korea Vet
David Buttz Harmony - Rear Admiral, Civil War
Joshua Thomas Harris, Petty Officer First Class, Navy Seal, Iraq - Died In Afghanistan - BSM, PH
Thomas Charles Hart - Admiral, U.S. Senator, Critic Of WWII Tactics
Rupert Vance Hartke, Lieutenant, World War II - United States Senator
Richard Danner Hartman, Commander, Died While A POW In North Vietnam
Robert Trowbridge Hartmann, Captain, WWII - Senior Advisor To President Gerald R. Ford
Cheie Mullen Hastie, Navy Wife & Air Disaster Victim
Edward Ellis Hastings II, Captain, USNA, Aviator, WWII, Korea, Educator
Amos Townsend Hathaway, Captain - USNA, WWII, Korea - Highly Decorated
Carmrid Glaston Hathaway II, Captain - Naval Aviator In World War II & Korean War
Royce J. Hatfield, YNC, World War II, Pearl Harbor Survivor
Robert E. Hawthorne,Captain - USNA, World War II - INFORMATION NEEDED
Edward Everett Hayden, Rear Admiral, USNA - Explorder & Scientist
Reynolds Hayden, Captain, Medical Corps - Son of Rear Admiral E. E. Hayden - INFO NEEDED
Robert B. Hayman, Commander, Nuclear Navy Proponent - World War II Army Veteran
John T. "Chick" Hayward, Vice Admiral, USNA, WWII, Aviator, Manhattan Project
Harold George Hazard, Lieutenant, USNA - Naval Aviator - Suicide Vicitim
Edward E. Hazlett, Captain, Early Submariner - Person Friend of Dwight D. Eisenhower
Vincent Patrick Healey - Rear Admiral, WWII Veteran, Pearl Harbor Survivor
Jacob Vincent Heimark, Captain, USNA, World War II, Diplomat
Lloyd Paul Heinzen, Lieuetnant, Aviator - Killed In 1945 Crash In New York With Commodore Dixie Kiefer
James Meredith Helm, Rear Admiral, USNA - Spanish-American War, WWI - Navy Cross
Richard McGarrah Helms, Lieutenant, Director of Central Intelligence
Ronald J. Hemenway, ET-1, Killed In The Terrorist Attack On The Pentagon, 11 September 2001
Eugene A. Hemley, Captain, USNA, World War II, Silver Star
 James A. Henderson, Lieutenant - Aviator, Gulf War Vet, Naval Academy
 Thomas Carey Hennings, Jr. - Lieutenant Commander, Member of Congress, US Senator
Arthur Jepy Hepburn, Admiral, USNA - Spanish-American War, WWI - CINC of the U.S. Fleet
Mark Leslie Hersey, Jr., Commodore, Son Of An Army General - Navy Cross In World War I - INFORMATION NEEDED
Jane Tompkins Heselton, Wife of Captain Leslie R. Heselton, Jr., USNA
Harry Hammond Hess, Rear Admiral, World War II - World Famous Geologist
Herbert Edmond Hetu, Captain, - Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Official
Sydney Tally Hickey, United States Navy Spouse - Advocate for Military Families
Lehah H. Sutcliffe Higbee, Superintendent, Navy Nurse Corps, WWI - Navy Cross, DSM
James Thomas High, Jr., Captain, Submarine Comander - Legion of Merit
Patrick Hill, Lieutenant Commander, Spanish-American War, Vera Cruz, WWI, Battle of Manila Bay
Robert Parker Hilton, Sr., Rear Admiral, Vietnam War, Joint Staff - DDSM, DSM, LM, BSM
Charles Himmelwright, Beneficiary, United States Navy - INFORMATION NEEDED
Charles Douglas Hinds, Captain - Naval Aviator In World War II & Korean War
Eric R. Hinger, Captain, Naval Aviator & Test Pilot - Persian Gulf - Altitude Record - LM, BSM
Louie Carlyle Hinson, Jr., Chief Petty Officer, 20 Years of Service To America
David Lawton Hodges, Lieutenant - Missing Over Vietnam In 1967 - Returned Home In 1999
Dennis J. Hoffman, EM2, Korean War, Vietnam War
William Stetson Hogg, Commodore, INFORMATION NEEDED
J. C. Hogue, Commander, Naval Aviator - WWII, Berlin Airlift, Navy Cross, DFC, AM
Horace Clinton Holley, Sr, Captain, From Apprentice Seaman To Captain - 35 Years of Service
John Adrian Hoogewerff, Rear Admiral, USNA - Navy Cross - Naval Observatory Commander
LeRoy E. Hopkins, Rear Admiral, WWII, Korea - Mate To Rear Admiral - NASA Official
Grace Murray Hopper, Rear Admiral,  Data Processing Pioneer
Metro Horoschak, Lieutenant Commander, World War II, Russian Language Specialist
Harry H. Hosley, Commander, Spanish-American War, Dewey Drydock - Died Penniless In 1908
Craig Hosmer, Reserve Rear Admiral & Member of Congress
Dean Wright Houck, Commander - Aviator, WWII, DFC, Air Medal
Herbert Norman Houck, Captain, Naval Aviator - WWII, Korea, Vietnam - Sank Carrier Yamato In WWII - Three Navy Crosses
Henry Hughes Hough, Rear Admiral, USNA - Spanish-American War, WWI - Governor General of the Virgin Islands
Kevin R. Houston, Chief Petty Officer (SOC), Killed In Afghanistan, Opertation Enduring Freedom, Helicopter Shootdown - PH
James Hampden Howard, Rear Admiral, Silver Star In WWII, College Instructor
Johan Detmer Willem Hubbeling, Commander, Naval Aviator - WWII, Korea - DFC, AM
Charles Woodrow Hubbell, Captain, Naval Aviator - WWII, Korea - AM
Charles Frederick Hughes, Admiral, USNA - Spanish-American War, WWI, Chief of Naval Operations
Richard M. Hughes, Captain, USNA - Submarine Commander - LM
Kara Spears Hultgreen - One Of The First Female Naval Fighter Pilots\
John Conway Hunt, Commander - WWII Blimp Pilot - Federal Maritime Commission Lawyer
Richard Webster Hunter, Commander, USNA - Combat Aviator, Vietnam War - LM, PH
Vincent Joseph Hyams, Captain - Physician, Pathologist

I
Richard Inch - Rear Admiral, Civil War
Roger Burns Innes, Lieutenant Commander - Killed In Vietnam (1965) Returned Home In 2000
Robert K. Irvine, Captain - USNA, Cuban Missile Crisis
Ronald E. Irwin, Lieutenant, Operation Iraqi Freedom - Killed In United States Automobile Accident
William Manning Irwin, Commander, Spanish-American War, Assistant Professor At USNA
Solomon Silas Isquith, Rear Admiral, USNA - WWII, USS Utah At Pearl Harbor - Navy Cross, PH
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Dempster M. Jackson, Rear Admiral, USNA - USS Maddox, Golf Of Tonkin Affair, Vietnam War
David Inkster Jacobs, Captain, World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War
Randall Jacobs, Vice Admiral, USNA, WWI, WWII, Chief of Naval Personnel
Frederick Emery Janney, Rear Admiral, USNA - WWII, Korea, Vietnam - Submarine Commander - DSM, SS, LM
Alfred Vernon Jannotta, Rear Admiral, World War I, World War II - Navy Cross
John P. Jarabak - Rear Admiral, Submarine Commander, Died At Age 49
Paul Robert Jasper, Captain - WWII, Korea, Vietnam, WWII POW, Army Aviator, DFC, AM, LM
Philip H. Jenkins, Captain - US Naval Academy, World War II
Thornton Alexander Jenkins, Rear Admiral, Explorer, Civil War Battle Commander
William Maxwell Jenkins, Lieutenant, World War II - D-Day Landing - Navy Cross
Harold W. Jesse, Commander, USNA - Naval Aviator - Korean War
Charles Theodore Jewell, Commander - Son of the Admiral - INFO NEEDED
Theodore Frelinghuysen Jewell, Rear Admiral, USNA - Civil War, Korea, Panama
Dennis Stephen Jezierski, Lieutenant, Aircraft Carrier Systems - INFORMATION NEEDED
Gustave Norman Johansen, Rear Admiral, USNA - WWII, Pearl Harbor - Japanese Surrender
Alfred Wilkinson Johnson, Vice Admiral, USNA - Spanish-American War, WWI, WWII - LM
Means Johnston, Jr., Admiral - USNA, WWII, Senior NATO Commander
Hilary Pollard Jones, Admiral, USNA - Spanish-American War, WWI - Commander of the U.S. Fleet
Joseph Bentley Jones, Commander - USNA, Cuban Missile Blockade, Vietnam War
Needham Lee Jones, Lieutenant Commander, USNA - Spanish-American War - Naval Aide To President Wilson
Robert Francis Jones, Captain, USNA Class of 1931 - INFORMATION NEEDED
 William Marcus Jones, Lieutenant Commander, Vietnam Veteran
Michael Anthony Jordan, OS1, Killed In Auto Accident In Bahrain - Operation Iraqi Freedom
William Hathaway Jordan, Ensign, Possible WWII Casualty - INFORMATION NEEDED
James Edward Jouett, Rear Admiral, Mexican War, Civil War

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Louis Anthony Kaiser, Captain, USNA - WWI, Communications Pioneer
Edward Clifford Kalbfus - Spanish War, Philippines, Mexican War, WWI
George Kalla, Chief Petty Officer - Aboard USS California During Attack On Pearl Harbor
Frank Kanaga, Commnader, Naval Aviator, WWII, Navy Cross, DFC
Aloysius J. Gordon Kane, Ensign, Civil War - Commanded Guard Of Honor For President Lincoln's Body
William R. Kane, Captain," Ace" Fighter Pilot In WWII - INFORMATION NEEDED
Eugene Simon Karpe, Captain, USNA - WWII - Killed In 1950 Fall From The Orient Express - Murder Or An Accident?
Bernard M. Kassell - Commander, WWII Veteran - Language Expert
Benjamin Katz, Rear Admiral, USNA, WWII Destroyer Commander, NC, SS, LM, BSM
Louis R. Kaufman, Captain - Medical Service Corps, Vietnam War, Legion of Merit
Roland Phillip Kauffman, Rear Admiral, USNA - WWII - Silver Star For His Part In Saving The USS Intrepid
Albert Kautz, Rear Admiral, USNA, Civil War, Brother of Army Major General
Austin Kautz, Captain, USNA - Son of Albert V. Kautz - Died On Active Duty In Berlin In 1927
Paul Conrad Keenan, Jr., Captain, USNA - Submarine Commander - LM
Joseph Franklin Keller, Commander - USNA, Naval Aviator, Awarded 32 Air Medals In Vietnam
Francis J. Kelly, Captain (Chaplain), World War II, Korea - Father Foxhole - LM, PH
Jonas Benton Kelsall, Lieutenant Commander (SEAL), Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom, Helicopter Shootdown, PH, BSM With Valor (3), LM
John F. Kennedy - Lieutenant, WWII - President of the United States
Robert F. Kennedy, Ensign - US Attorney General - US Senator
Charles Allen Kent, Jr., Lieutenant, Naval Aviator - Killed In Mid-Air Collision - INFORMATION NEEDED
William Perry Kephart, Lieutenant, Naval Aviator - Killed In Action In WWII Over Guadalcanal - AM, PH
Eugene Kiefer, Commander - USNA, World War II
Kenneth J. Kier, Commander, Naval Aviator, WWII, NASA Official
Malcolm MacGregor Kilduff, Jr., SN, WWII - Assistant Press Secretary to Presidents Kennedy and Johnson
Marjorie Nicholls Killgore, Military-Diplomatic Spouse
James Jones "Big Jim" Kimball, Chief Petty Officer, WWII, Navy Boxing Champion
Dixie Kiefer, Commodore, USNA - WWI, WWII - Aircraft Carrier Commander -Killed In 1945 Air Crash In New York
Lewis Ashfield Kimberly, Rear Admiral, Civil War - Commander of the Asiatic Squadron
Kevin M. Kimsey, ADCS, Hero Of 1982 Air Florida Crash In Washington - Died In California Heli Crash
Cecil St. Clair King, Jr., Chief Warrant Officer - World War II - Bronze Star With Combat V
Jerome H. King, Jr., Vice Admiral, WWII - Commander, US Navy In Vietnam, Deputy Chief of Naval Operations - DSM, LM, BSM
Howard Fithian Kingman, Vice Admiral, WWI, WWII - USNA, LM, BSM
Thomas Cassin Kinkaid, Admiral, USNA - World War I, World War II - Battle Commander
Scott Kinkele, Lieutenant (jg), USNA, Aviator, Murdered In Washington State
Alan Goodrich Kirk. Admiral - USNA, WWII, Normandy, American Ambassador
Robert E. Kirksey, Vice Admiral, Naval Aviator - Vietnam War - Silver Star Medal
Timothy W. Kirtley - LCDR, Killed In Accident Aboard USS Iwo Jima
Summer Ely Wetmore Kittelle, Rear Admiral, USNA - Spanish-American War, WWI, Military Governor of the Virgin Islands
Ervin J. Klopfenstein, Lieutenant - World War II Communications Expert
William Harlough Knull, Jr., Captain, USNA - World War II - Submarine Officer - Silver Star Medal
Ferdinand Brailler Koch, Rear Admiral - USNA, WWII, Vietnam, Carrier Division Commander
Michael E. Koch, Chief Petty Officer, Navy Seal - Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Osborne S. P. Koerner, Captain, 13 Engagements In World War II
Oscar W. Koester, Captain, USNA - Spanish-American War, WWI - Brother of an Army General
Lissa Mehallick Kohler, Captain, Navy Nurse Corps, 26-Years Of Dedicated Service
Sylvester Kohut, Sr., Lieutenant, Submarine Officer, WWII, Korea, SS
Arthur Eugene Koski, Lieutenant Commander, World War II, Long-Time Navy Department Offcial
Norbert Kozak, Commander - WWII, Berlin Airlift, Killed In Greeland In 1962, Recovered In 1966
Donald L. Krabbe - Captain, Chaplain, Decorated Vietnam Veteran
Robert Lee Krag, Lieutenant Commander - USNA - Lost In The USS Thresher Disaster
Philip Krainin, Commander, Physician, World War II Veteran
Walter John Kraus, Captain, USNA, Korean War, Bronze Star Medal
Walter H. Kreamer, Captain, USNA - World War II - National Security Agency - 30 Year Career - Navy Cross
Michael Henry Krouse, Lieutenant Commander, Naval Aviator - WWII, Korea, Navy Cross, DFC, AM
William Stanislaus Kurtz, Lieutenant Commander, USNA - Collegiate Boxing Champ - Died At 38 of Blood Clot In Philippines In 1941

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 Henry A. Lachenmayer, Chief - Pearl Harbor Survivor
Michael Scott Lamana, Lieutenant, Killed In The Terrorist Attack On The Pentagon, 11 September 2001
Benjamin P. Lamberton, Rear Admiral, USNA - Civil War, Spanish-American War - CoS To Admiral Dewey
Dorothy Bates Lamkin - Lieutenant & World War II Code Breaker
George William LaMountain, Lieutenant Commander, USNA - World War I
Emory Scott Land, Vice Admiral, USNA - WWI, WWII - Navy Cross, DSM
James P. Lang, Lieutenant - WWII Naval Aviator - Navy Cross
William Robert Lang, Commander, Naval Aviator, Vietnam - BSM, DFC, AM
Louis James Langlais, Master Chief Petty Office (SOCM), Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom, Helicopter Shootdown, PH, BSM With V (4 awards)
Robert Warren Langwell, Ensign, Missing In Action Off Korea In 1950 - Located And Returned Home In 2010 - PH
Richard Boyer Laning, Captain, USNA - Son And Brother Of Admirals - WWII - Submarine & Carrier Commander - SS, BSM, LM
Richard Henry Laning, Rear Admiral, Medical Corps - Father of Two Navy Sons - Information Needed
Robert Comegys Laning, Rear Admiral, Physician - Examined 3 Astronatuts On Their Return  To Earth - Son Of An Admiral - LM
Zachery Lansdowne - Killed In Crash Of USS Shenandoah (Dirigible)
Peter LaValle, Radio Man - Missing On Flight In 1943 - Returned Home In 1998
John Leonard Lavan, Commander, World War I, World War II - Professional Baseball Player
John Bullard Lawrence - Killed In Crash Of USS Shenandoah (Dirigible)
Walter T. Laws - Captain, Naval Aviator, Vet of WWII, Korea, Vietnam
William Daniel Leahy, Fleet Admiral - WWI, WWII, Assistant to the President
William Harrington Leahy, Rear Admiral, USNA - Son of William Daniel Leahy
John Keith Leasure, Captain - World War II Submarine Officer|
Michael David Lebedeker, Lieutenant Commander - Bombadier, Naval Intelligence
William Jonathan Lederer, Captain, USNA, WWII - Co-Author of The Ugly American
Chester M. Lee, Captain, USNA - World War II, Korea, Vietnam - NASA
James Franklyn Lee, Lieutenant, Missing Over Korea, Memorial Stone In Arlington, DFC, AM, PH
John Marshall Lee, Vice Admiral, USNA, WWII, SALT Negotiator, Navy Cross, DSM, LM, BSM
Leonard Murray Lee, Captain - Killed In Vietnam In 1967 - Returned Home In 2000
Robert Edward Lee, AVCM, World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War
Samuel Phillps Lee, Rear Admiral - Civil War
Willis Augustus "Ching" Lee, Jr. - WWII Admiral
Frederick John Legere, Commander, Philippines, WWI, WWII - Died 3 Days After Retiring With 45 Years' Service
Carlson Merrill LeGrand, Rear Admiral, Vietnam War - Judge Advocate General - LM
Richard Henry Leigh, Admiral, USNA, Spanish-American War, WWI, CINC United States Fleet
Frank Thomson Leighton, Rear Admiral, USNA - Commandant, Naval District in New Orleans
William Gerard Leischner - Captain - Courtesy of his grandson, Casey Moton
Willis A. Lent, Rear Admiral, USNA - WWII Submarine Commander - Navy Cross (2), Legion of Merit
Albert Leon, Commander, Thirty Years Of Service To America
William Nicholas Leonard, Rear Admiral, USNA - WWII - Navy Cross, Distinguished Flying Cross, Legion of Merit, Bronze Star
Roger Gene Lerseth, Commander, Aviator, Vietnam War, Prisoner-of-War, DFC, BSM, PH
Eugene Henry Cozzens Leutze, Rear Admiral, USNA - Civil War, Spanish-American War
Trevor William Leutze, Rear Admiral, USNA - SAW, Panama, Mexico, WWI, WWI - SS
Audrey Jeanne Levy, Military Spouse, Wife Of Richard M. Levy, Captain, USN - For They Also Serve
Maurice Eli Levy, Lieutenant - INFORMATION NEEDED
Donald G. Lewallen, Aviation Metalsmith Second Class, Missing In 1944, Returned Home In 2003, PH
Frank Herbert Lewis, Captain, 31 Years of Service To America, Engineer
Roberto L. G. Lizama, Chief Petty Officer - Cook for Presidents Kennedy, Johnson & Nixon
Eugene E. Lindsey, Jr., Captain, USNA, Submarine Commander
Wheeler Lipes, Pharmacist Mate, WWII - Performed Emergency Surgery Aboard A Submarine
Ashley J. Little, Captain - USNA, WWII, USS Iowa, Technical School Founder
B. J. Littlefield, Lieutenant Commander - Cuban Missile Crisis
John Davis Lodge - Naval Officer, Governor, Ambassador
Jason Ard Lodwick, Jr., Killed In World War II - PH
Joseph Bailey Logan, Captain - USNA - Submarine Commander
Clinton Kenneth Lokey, Radioman, World War II - Pearl Harbor Survivor
Brendan J. Looney, Lieuenant, USNA, Navy SEAL, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH
Vahn Lordigan, Lieutenant Commander - Also DEA & State Department Officer
Juel Ann Loughney, Captain, Nurse Corps - Vietnam, Gulf War - 29 Years Of Dedicated Service To America
Winifred Love, Captain - Original WAVE, One Of First Female Captains
Donald Eugene Lovell, Commander, World War II Veteran
Richard Stroud Loveland, Captain, Intelligence Center Commander, Vietnam War
David Malcolm Loyd, Lieutenant (j.g.), Killed In 1959 Blimp Accident In New Jersey
Jeffrey Alan Lucas, ET-1, Navy Seal - Killed In Afghanistan - Operation Enduring Freedom - PH
George A. Lung, Captain, Medical Officer - A Suicide Victim While Assigned To The Naval War College In 1921
James T. Lynch, Navy Employee - Killed In Terrorist Attack On The Pentagon - NOT IDENTIFIED
Doyle Wilmer Lynn, Commander, Naval Aviator - Killed In Vietnam In 1965 - Body Not Recovered - Memorial Stone In Arlington - PH
James W. Lynn,Captain, USNA - 34-Year Career - Supply Specialist

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William Dugald MacDougall - Rear Admiral, Spanish-American War
 Peter Francis Mack, Jr., Commander (WWII), Member of Congress
Robert Belknap Mack, Lieutenant Commander - Lost At Sea In 1957 - INFORMATON NEEDED
Harold E. MacLellan, Lieutenant Commander, USNA - Navigator of USS Akron Which Crashed In 1933 Off The Coast of New Jersey
Alexander Macomb, Captain, Naval Aide To President Hoover - INFO NEEDED
Ray John Madden, Lieutenant (WWI) & Member of Congress
Charles H. Maddox, Captain, USNA, Aviation Pioneer - First Radio Transmission From An Airplane
Elwood Christian Madsen, Captain, World War II Prisoner of War
James Vincent Madison, Chief Boatswains Mate, WWI, Member of the Byrd North Pole Expedition Of 1926
John Holmes Magruder Jr., Commodore - Father of A Marine Colonel - INFORMATION NEEDED
Dennis Hart Mahan - Commodore, Spanish War, Philippine Insurrection
Arthur L. Maher, Rear Admiral, USNA - POW Of the Japanese In WWII
Peter Tillou Maier, Captain - Vietnam War, CoS of Aircraft Carrier, Destroyer Squadron
Thomas Clogher Maloney - Captain, Submarine Officer
Richard Michael Mancini, AE2, Killed In Aircraft Incident In Laos, January 1968 - Returned Home In 2003
Anthony R. Maness, Rear Admiral, USNA - Naval Aviation - DSM, LM, AM
Stephen Stafford Mann, Jr., Captain, USNA - WWII Sub Commander - Divison-Squadron Sub Commander
William Aden Mann, Commander - Career Naval Officer & Businessman
George Maragos, Captain, USNA, An Accomplished Ship Builder
Victor Francis Marinelli, Lieutenant, Naval Aviator - Killed In 1927 Seaplane Crash In Chesapeake Bay
Allan Whitlock Markham, Lieutenant Commander, Naval Aviator - Public & Private Attorney FAA
Roy Lynden Malcolm, Lieuetnant Commander, Naval Intelligence Officer - WWII
Adolph Marix, Vice Admiral, USNA - Spanish-American War, USS Maine Investigation
Joseph Marthon - Lieutenant Commander, Civil War With Farragut
Matthew D. Mason, Chief Petty Officer (SOC-Seal) Iraq, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom, PH, BSM With Valor
Kleber Sandlin Masterson - Vice Admiral, WWII, Korea - Pearl Harbor
Edward Donald Mateik, Captain - Medical/Finance Officer - WWII & Korea
H. Spencer Matthews, Rear Admiral, First Pilot To Become An Admiral - WWII, Vietnam, DSM, LM, BSM
James Thomas Mathews, Jr., Captain, Citadel Graduate, World War II
Alfred Richard Matter, Rear Admiral, USNA, World War II, Aviator, Show Down & Rescued
 Fred Maxey, Jr., Captain - Ballistic Submarine Commander
Norman David Mayer. Fireman First Class, Nuclear Protestor - Shot To Death By US Park Police At Washington Monument
James Otis Mayo, Rear Admiral, Naval Aviator, WWII - Aircraft Carrier Commander - Kipplinger Washington Editors
Robert Hazelhurst McAdoo, Ensign, WWI - Son of U. S. Senator William Gibbs McAdoo
Gerry Medlar McCabe - Commander, Submarine Officer, White House Aide
The McCain Family - Long History Of Military Service
Robert E. McCall, Captain - USNA, World War II Veteran
Bowman H. McCalla, Rear Admiral, Spanish-American War, Boxer Rebellion
Helen Mary McCarthy, Captain - WWII, U.S. Patent Office, Attorney
Thomas Wilkinson McClellan III, Lieutenant - Explosives Demolition Specialist
Frank Carey McCord, Commander, USNA - Commander of USS Akron Which Crashed Off New Jersey In 1933
Lalla Jane Cary McCormick, Wife of William Morgan McCormick - Daughter of Robert W. Cary, Jr - Great Niece of Henry Hungerford Marmaduke
Michael Timothy McCormick, Lieutenant - MIA Over Vietnam In 1973 - Returned Home In 2004
William Morgan McCormick, Rear Admiral, USNA - WWII, Korea, VIetnam - Naval Aviator - LM, AM
Jerry R. McDonald, Captain - From Enlisted Man To Captain, Cuba, Vietnam, Beirut
Wesley L. McDonald, Admiral, USNA - Vietnam - Led US Invasion of Grenada - DSM, LM, DFC, AM
Archibald John McEwan, Captain, Naval Aviator - Arms Control Negotiator
John McGowan, Jr. - Rear Admiral, Civil War
James Patrick McGrath, Hospital Corpsman - Killed In Vietnam In 1967 - Returned Home In 2001
Kathleen McGrath, Captain, First Female To Command An American Warship
Michael M. McGreevy, Lieutenant, USNA - Navy Seal - Killed In Operation Enduring Freedom - PH
Albert Charles McGuire, CWO3, Vietnam War Service
Francis Desmond McGuire, Captain, World War II, Seabees, Civil Engineer Corps
Francis B. McIntyre, Lieutenant, Naval Aviator, Killed In WWII (1943) Recovered And Returned Home In 2010 - PH
Fran McKee, Rear Admiral, Second Female Admiral In The History of the U.S. Navy - LM
Lloyd Charles McKenzie, TM1, Lost Aboard Submarine, USS Trinton, 15 March 1943 - Memorial Stone - PH
Hugh Robert McKibbin, Captain, USNA - Buried With Son At ANC
 Alpine W. McLane III, Captain, World War II, Korea, Vietnam
Edward Deeble McLean, Aviation Cadet - Killed In Aircraft Training Crash In Texas In 1946
Ridley McLean, Rear Admiral, USNA - SAW, Philippines, Boxer Rebellion - Died Aboard USS Nevada
John L. McLucas, Lieutenant Commander, United States Navy - Government Official
Frank Day McMullen, Jr., Vice Admiral, USNA - Wife & Daughter At Rest In Arlington
Thomas McNabb, Jr. - Killed On USS Indianapolis- WWII - Not Recovered
Wilfred James McNeil, Rear Admiral - World War I - Defense Department Official
Charles Butler McVay II, Admiral, USNA - World War I - Commander, Asiatic Fleet
Henry Meigs Meade, Lieutenant Commander, Naval Family, Son Of Richard Worsam Meade - Civil War
Richard Worsam Meade - Civil War Admiral
Pal Lamar Meadows, Captain, Died In 1942 While Serving In Officer Of Chief of Naval Operations
Edwin Lloyd Meeds, SPI3, World War II - Member of Congress
Francis Xavier Mezzadri, Captain, Naval Aviator - Blue Angel - INFO NEEDED
Donald Foster Melchoir, Lieutenant Commander - Lawyer, WWII Vet, Justice Dept
John William Mele, TM2, WWII, Korea - Grandfather Of Sergeant John Mele, USA, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom
Corwin Guy Mendenhall, Jr., Rear Admiral, USNA - WWII Submarine Commander, Nuclear Tests - SS, BSM
Alfred B. Metsger, Rear Admiral - USNA - Aviator, WWII Combat Veteran - USN Into the Jet Age
Wayne E. Meyer, Rear Admiral, WWII, Father Of The Aegis Missile System - DSM, LM
Frederick Hayes Michaelis, Admiral - USNA, WWII, Korea, Vietnam, Navy Cross
William Warner Miles, Yeoman First Class - World War II Veteran
Ray E. Millard - Reserve Captain & CIA Officer
Charles Russell Miller, Captain - USNA, Career Submarine Officer - College Professor
David Bruce Miller, Captain, The States Of A Free Bird Are Three - INFO NEEDED
Henry Louis Miller, Rear Admiral, USNA - WWII - Doolittle Raiders - DFC, AM, LM
James Madison Miller, Rear Admiral, USNA, Spanish-American War, Governor of the Naval Home
Malcolm T. Miller, Chief Petty Office Third Class, Killed In Vietnam In 1967 - Returned Home In 2005 - PH
Norman Mickey Miller, Captain, USNA, Heavily Decorated WWII Naval Aviator, NC, DFC, SS, AM, PH
Victor Laverne Miller, Lieutenant (jg), Naval Aviator, WWII - Memorial Stone - Navy Cross, AM
George Henry Mills, Commodore - USNA, Lighter-Than-Air Proponent & Expert
Stephen Matthew Mills, Chief Petty Officer (SEAL), Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom, Helicopter Shootdown, PH, BSM W/Valor (2)
Joe Cephus Mitchell, Captain, From Enlisted Ranks To Captain, National Security Agency
Dessie Jean Mitchell, Lieutenant (jg), Navy Nurse & Wife of Captain Joe Cephus Mitchell
Thomas Joseph George Mitchell - Korea & Vietnam Veteran - Professor
Marc Andrew Mitscher, Admiral - WWII Carrier Commander
Robert Thomas Moeller, Vice Admiral, Seagoing Admiral, U.S. Africa Command - LM
William Adger Moffett, Jr., Rear Admiral - USNA - Naval Aviator, WWII, DFC, AM
Clifford F. Molloy, Lieutenant Commander, Naval Aviator - World War II
Albert Otto Al Momm - Captain, 1928 Graduate of Naval Academy
Charles Bowers "Swede" Momsen, Vice Admiral, USNA, USS Squalus, WW II
Mary R. "Molly" Monaghan, Lieutenant, WWII, Navy Wife, Arlington Lady
Peter Mongilardi, Jr., Commander, Killed Over Vietnam In 1965 - Returned Home In 2007 - PH
Vincent Duncan Monroe, Captain, Killed Over Vietnam In 1968 - Returned Home In 1978 - PH
Don Pardee Moon, Rear Admiral, USNA - World War I, World War II - Normandy Invasion
Walter Addison Moore, Jr., Captain - USNA - World War II Veteran
Arthur S. Moreau, Jr., Admiral - USNA - Died On Duty As CINC Southern Europe
Steven Matthew Moreau, Lieutenant - Died In Naval Aircraft Accident - Father Was An Admiral
Ben Moreell, Admiral, World War I, World War II - Founder of the Seabees - DSM
John A. Moreno, Captain, USNA - World War II, Korea - Son of a WWI Army Officer
Armand Malcolm Morgan - Rear Admiral, Submarine Construction
Gary Eugene Morgan, SN, Killed In Auto Accident - Father An Army Sergeant Major
Thomas H. Moorer, Admiral, USNA, Chief of Naval Operations, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
William E. Moring, Captain, USNA, World War II, Career Officer
Bert DeWayne Morris, Jr., Lieutenant Commander, Decorated WWII Naval Aviator - Movie Actor - DFC, AM
Thomas E. Morris, Rear Admiral, World War II, Korean War - Self-Made Millionaire
Brian Anthony Moss, Electronics Technician 1st Class, Killed In Terrorist Attack On The Pentagon, 11 September 2001
 Douglas Farris Mow, Rear Admiral - Highly Decorated Vietnam Vet
Daniel Patrick Moynihan, Naval Officer, United States Senator, U. S. Ambassador
George Edward Mueller, Captain, USNA - World War II - Submarine Commander
Richard D. Mugg, Captain - USNA, WWII, Korea, LM, BSM - Only Live Test Firing Of Nuclear Missile
Jay M. Munninghoff, Captain - USNA, Naval Aviator
Andrew Lee Muns, Ensign - His Honor Restored 30 Years After He Was Murdered
Frances Morton Munson, Lieutenant, Medical Officer - Killed In 1927 Auto Accient In Maryland
Daniel J. Murphy, Admiral - WWII, Presidential Advisor, Deputy Director of CIA
Patrick Jude Murphy, Lieutenant Commander, Killed In Terrorist Attack On The Pentagon: 11 September 2001
Philip A. Murphy-Sweet, Commander, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Edward Morris Murray, Commander, Artist - Served In Both Army & Navy In WWII - Died On Active Duty
William Albert Myers III, Rear Admiral, USNA - World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War - LM
Patrick Sean Myrick, Lieutenant, Operation Iraqi Freedom - Killed In Aircraft Accident In the Pacific

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Gordon Richard Nagler - Vice Admiral With A 39-Year Career
Jmes Wilson Nance, Rear Admiral, USNA, WWII, Aviator, Presidential Advisor
Oliver Francis Naquin - Rear Admiral, Rescued USS Squalus
Marvin Joel Naschek, Commander, Naval Aviator - Killed In Vietnam War
Richard Crawford Nelson, Lieutenant Commander, KIlled In Vietnam In 1968, Returned Home In 1994
Charles Nestor, Ensign - Missing On A Flight In 1943 - Returned Home In 1998
Roger Morton Netherland, Captain, Missing Over Vietnam In 1967, Returned Home In 1989 - PH
Simon Newcomb, Rear Admiral - Naval Astronomer
Michael Thomas Newell, Lieuetnant, USNA - Naval Aviator - Missing Over Vietnam In 1966 - Returned Home In 2007 - PH
Mary Joan Nielubowicz, Rear Admiral, Director of Navy Nurse Corps - 36 Years of Service - LM
Kossuth Niles, Rear Admiral, USNA - Civil War, Spanish War - Finally Retired In 1911 - Interesting Career
Nathan Eric Niles, Rear Admiral, USNA - Spanish-American War, Governor of the Naval Home
William Edward Nordeen, Captain - Killed By Terrorists In Greece
Harold Percival Norton, Rear Admiral, Long-Time Naval Engineering Officer
Benjamin Franklin Norwood, Captain, Surgeon - Died Of Heart Attack In 1942 at Age 55
 Frank P. Notz, Captain - Intelligence Specialist
John George Now, Captain, World War II, Vietnam War, Submarine Officer, LM, BSM
Ira Hudson Nunn, Rear Admiral, USNA, Navy Cross In WWII, Judge Advocate General of the Navy

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Grady Poindexter Oakley, Midshipman, US Naval Academy - INFORMATION NEEDED
 Frank O'Beirne, Vice Admiral - Pearl Harbor, Decorated WWII Aviator
Bruce O'Brien, Ensign, Killed In 1954 Accident At Sea At Age of 22
Peter Benjamin Ober, Lieutenant, Naval Aviator - Killed In Helicopter Crash In Sicily
John William O'Donnell, Commander - Vietnam War Aviator
Lawrence Charles Oesterich. Commander, WWII, Supply Corps, Polaris Submarine Program
Raymond Edward O'Hare, Lieutenant Commander, Persian Gulf - Killed In Aircraft Accident
Darriel Webster Oliver, Navy Spouse - Wife of Vice Admial Daniel T. Oliver
Richard Carl Oliver, Lieutenant Commander - Blue Angels - Killed In Airshow Crash In Canada
Delbert Austin Olson, Commander, Naval Aviator - Lost Over Vietnam In 1968 Recovered In 2001
Joy Bright Little Hancock Ofstie, Captain - WWI, WWII, Korea - Navy Widow 3 Times
Brad Michael O'Neill, MBC (SEAL), Gulf War - Murder Victim
Joseph Orleck, Lieutenant, Killed In WWII, Not Recovered - Memorial Stone - NC, PH
William F. Ortega, Hospital Corpsman, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH
Hugo Osterhaus, Rear Admiral, World War I, CINC, Atlantic Fleet - Navy Cross
Hugo Wilson Osterhaus, Rear Admiral, World War I, Navy Cross - Son of Hugo Osterhaus
Arthur E. Owen, Captain, USNA, World War II, Educator
Thomas Barron Owen, Rear Admiral, WWII - Chief of Naval Research - SS, DSM, BSM
William Cook Owen, Commander, Died In 1932 While Enroute From Charleston To Washington, D.C.
Ronald Scott Owens, Electronics Warfare Technicial 3rd Class, Killed Aboard The USS Cole
 

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Leo Leander Pace, Rear Admiral, USNA - WWII Submarine Commander - First Sub Into Sea Of Japan - LM
Alton Edwin Paddock, Captain - USNA, World War II Veteran
Andrew Billings Paddock, Ensign, World War I - Nephew of Admiral Luther G. Billings
Frank Philip Pagano, Jr., Commander, Vietnam Veteran - INFO NEEDED
Elbert Alonzo Palmer, Jr., Ensign, USNA - Drowned Off Cuba In 1925 - Son Of An Army Officer
James Edward Palmer, Commander, USNA - From a Long Line Of Naval Officers
 John J. Park, Lieutenant - WWII Submarines - NASA Engineer
Everett Austin Parke, Commander, USNA, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
Leonard Ward Parker, Lieutenant, Apparently Killed In WWII, Buried In 1948 - INFORMATION NEEDED
Lutrelle Fleming Parker, Sr., Captain, Naval Reserves & Public Official
Peter Pryor Parker, Seaman - Killed In Accident Aboard the USS Montana In 1914
Jack J. Parlier, AERM2, Missing In Action In 1944 During WWII, Returned Home In 2004
Henry Earl Parmenter, Commander, USNA - First Wife Was A Suicide Victim - INFO NEEDED
Edward Charles Parsons, Rear Admiral - Lt, French Air Service In WWI
Don Brown Parsons, Jr., Lieutenant Commander, MIA Over North Vietnam - In Memory Of Stone In Arlington
Edwin Charles Parsons, Rear Admiral, Early Aviator - Pancho Villa - Lafayette Escadrille In WWI, WWI - BSM
William Sterling Parsons, Rear Admiral, Assembled Hiroshima A-Bomb Trigger
Aram Yervant Parunak, Captain, Naval Aviator - World War II - Sea-Air Rescue
Harold Cameron Patterson, Lieutenant (jg), World War I - INFORMATION NEEDED
John James Patterson III, Commander, USNA - INFO NEEDED
Joseph Hester Patterson, Lieutenant (jg), USNA - Lost In The Sinking Of The Submarine USS Squalus
Jacob Louis Pawer, Jr., Lieutenant (jg), Killed In Korea - Recovered After 47 Years
Mary Minor Driver Payne, Lieutenant (jg), Navy Nurse Corps, World War II
Rose Peake, Yoeman Second Class, World War I - INFORMATION NEEDED
Gerald Orean Pearl, Warrant Officer 1, Pearl Harbor Survivor, World War II
Robert Edwin Peary, Rear Admiral - Polar Explorer
Allan Earle Peck, Lieutenant Commander, Medical Corps - INFORMATION NEEDED
Daniel Edgar Peckham, Commander, USNA, Aviator & Engineer
Edward Metcalfe Peebles, Rear Admiral - USNA - Trident Submarine Program
George Pullen Peed, Captain - USNA, World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War, Submariner
Richard Allen Pendergist, Lieutenant (jg), Naval Photographer - Killed In Crash Of Ultra Light Airplane
Francis Marion Peters, Jr., Captain, USNA, World War II, Destroyer Commander - SS
Carl Oscar Petersen, Lieuenant, Byrd Expeditiona - Congressional Gold Medal - Died On Active Duty In 1941
Forrest Silas Petersen, Vice Admiral - USNA - WWII, Korea, Vietnam - NASA Test Pilot
Carl Ferdinand Pfeifer, Captain - USNA, WWII, Korea, Vietnam, Naval Aide To The President
Thomas Stowell Phelps, Sr., Rear Admiral - Mexican War & Civil War
Michael J. Phipps, Lieutenant Commander, Medical Corps - Killed In Minnesota Traffic Accident
 Robert Webster Pickett, EW1, Relative of Gen George E. Pickett, CSA
Adolf Von Scheven Pickhardt, USNA - World War I, World War II
John Elliott Pillsbury, Rear Admiral, Geographer, Explorer, Warrior - Spanish-American War
Clifford Pindell, CPO1, Killed In 1944, Found In 1994, Identified/Buried In 1999
Roland Robert Pineau, ATC, Lost Over Vietnam In 1967 - Returned Home In 2007
Frank Lucius Pinney, Sr., Captain, USNA - SAW, WWI - Supervised Building of USN's First Two Submarines
William Bruce Pitzer, Lieutenant Commander, WWII, Korea - Controvery Surrounding His Death At Bethesda Naval Hospital
Comfort Benedict Platt, Rear Admiral, INFORMATION NEEDED
James Edwin Plowman, Lieutenant Commander, Missing Over Vietnam In 1967 - Returned Home In 2006 - PH
Charles Peshall Plunkett, Rear Admiral, USNA - Spanish-American War, WWI - DSM
Alex Pohedra, Chief Petty Officer, WWII, DFC & Air Medal
Eric G. F. Pollard, Rear Admiral - INFORMATION NEEDED
Richard Armstrong Poole, Lieuenant (jg), World War II - Foreign Service Officer
The Porter Family, Marine Corps & Naval Tradition
James Potter, Lieutenant, USNA - Killed In A Tragic Automobile Accident
Robert Potts, Rear Admiral, Of Ireland - Civil War Veteran - Chief Engineer Of The Navy
Templin Morris Potts, Captain, USNA - Spanish-American War, Governor of Guam, Saved USS Louisiana From Sinking
William Edward Potts, HMCM, Silver Star Medal, Purple Heart Medal
Robert Wayne Powers, Lieutenant (jg), Killed In 1941 Training Flight At Floyd Bennett Field In New York
William J. Powers, Jr., Commander, Naval Aviator - World War II, Korea
John Martin Poyer, Commander - Governor of American Samoa - Prevented A Flu Epidemic - Navy Cross
Loren Edward Poyner, Machinists Mate, Killed In 1927 Aircraft Crash In Chesapeake Bay
Ratish Prasad, Lieutenant (jg), Murder Victim Aboard The USS Hancock
 Irving Stahl Presler, Captain - USNA, WWII Veteran Commander
 Kathryn Georgette Van Wagner Pribram, Lt, WWII, Iwo Jima, Air Medal
Alfred Melville Pride, Admiral, Aviator, Aircraft Carrier Commander, World War II
Howard Priest, Lieutenant Commander, Medical Officer - A Suicide Victim In 1924 In Portsmouth, N. H.
Brody Lynn Prieto, Lieutenant Commander, Afghanistan - Died At 34 Of ALS - BSM, AM
 Franklin Cogswell Prindle, Rear Admiral, Civil War, Engineer
Leo Twyman Profilet, Captain, Korea, Vietnam - Prisoner Of War - SS, LM, DFC, BSM, POW, PH
Alfred C. Proulx, Captain, WWII, First Clerk of the U.S. Court of Military Appeals
Richard Stephen Pugh, Lieutenant, USNA, Missing On Training Flight, Indian Ocean - Memorial Section
Fred H. Pullen, Lieutenant, USS Resolute - SAW - Died In Service - INFORMATION NEEDED
Patrick Lawrence Purdin, HN, Killed In The Vietnam War - SS, PH
George Lawrence Purmont, Captain, USNA, World War II
 

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Xin Qi, Petty Officer Second Class, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH
Edward Francis Qualtrough, Captain - USNA, Great White Fleet
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James Joseph Raby, Rear Admiral, USNA - WWI - Killed In 1934 Auto Accident In Georgia - Father of John Raby
John Raby, Rear Admiral, Naval Aviator, World War II - Navy Cross
Robert W. Radcliffe - Captain (Chaplain) Vet Of WWII, Korea, Vietnam
Arthur William Radford, Admiral, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
Cyrus Sugg Radford, Jr., Lieutenant Commander, WWII - Son of a Marine Corps General - INFO NEEDED
|Barbara Allen Rainey - First Female Naval Avitor - Killed In Plane Crash
Leonard Robert Raish, Captain - WWII, First Polio Survivor To Remain On Active Duty
Logan Carlisle Ramsey Sr, Rear Admiral, USNA - WWI, WWII, Aircraft Carrier Commander - Sent Pearl Harbor Attack Message
William T. Rassieur - Rear Admiral - Survived Attack At Pearl Harbor
Thomaas Arthur Ratzlaff, Senior Chief Petty Officer (SEAL), Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom, Helicopter Shootdown, PH, BSM W/.Valor (5)
Craig Rawson, SN First Class - Submitted By His Loving Family
Kathryn Ann Kay Rayburn, Navy Spouse & Relative of President James Buchanan
Albert Cushing Read - Rear Admiral, Early Naval Aviator
Francis Patrick Reardon, Commander, WWII Veteran, Served With UN
Aaron H. Reaves, Midshipman First Class, United States Naval Academy - Killed In July 2008 Auto Accident
Robert James Reeves, Chief Petty Officer (SEAL), Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom, Helicopter Shootdown, Buried At Sea, PH, BSM W/V 5 

AwardsLinda Gail Regan. Lieutenant Commander - Medical Officer - Served In Crotia
Eli Thomas Reich, Vice Admiral - USNA, WWII, Three Navy Crosses
Fremont Easton Reichwein, Captain, 30-Year Naval Career - LM
George Collier Remey, Rear Admiral, USNA - Civil War
John Terry Remey, Lieutenant (jg), Brother of George Collier Remey - INFORMATION NEEDED
Godfrey A. Rettig, Captain - Naval Aviator - Vietnam War
Henry Reuterdahl, Lieutenant Commander, Noted American Painter - Died In Mental Hospital In Washington
Alfred Reynolds, Rear Admiral - Son Of Army Gen Joseph Jones Reynolds
Lovell K. Reynolds, Lieutenant, Son of Robert M. Reynolds - INFORMATION NEEDED
Richard Rich, Captain - Aviator - Lost Over Vietnam In 1967 - Returned Home In 2000
James Otto Richardson, Admiral - USNA, WWI, WWII
Hyman George Rickover, Admiral  - Father Of The Nuclear Navy
William Frederick Riedell, Lieutenant Commander, WWII - Engineer, U.S. Bureau of Standards
Edward Riepl, Ensign, Aviator - Killed In 1942, Found In 1994, Buried In 1999
Robert L. Ringhausen, Captain - 30-Year Veteran, USNA
Basil Norris Rittenhouse, Jr., Rear Admiral, Son Of An Army Lieutenant Colonel - INFORMATION NEEDED
Charles Woodford Rixey, Rear Admiral, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - From Enlisted To Rear Admiral - BSM With Combat V
Presley Marion Rixey, Rear Admiral, Medical Director, White House Physician
 Kenneth Allison Roberts, Lieutenant (WWII), Member of Congress
Heath M. Robinson, Chief Petty Officer (SEAL), Killed In Afghanistan, PH
Rembrandt Cecil Robinson, Rear Admiral, World War II, Vietnam War - Killed In Helicopter Crash - BSM
Samuel Shelburn Robison - Rear Admiral, Spanish War, WWI
Allan Barkhurst Roby, Rear Admiral, WWII, Korea - SS - INFORMATION NEEDED
Judith M. Robles-Coombs, Lieutenant Commander, Physician & Navy Wife
Herbert Charles Rodd, Lieutenant Commander, Killed In 1932 Airplane Crash In Virginia
The Rodgers Family - Long Tradition Of Naval Service
Hugh Rodman, Admiral, USNA, Spanish-American War, World War I
Francis Asbury Roe, Rear Admiral - USNA, Civil War, Mexican Revolution
Robert Rogers, Rear Admiral, USNA - Naval Aide to Marine Commandant, Sea Commander, Vietnam - LM, BSM
William Pierce Rogers, Lieutenant Commander, US Attorney General & Secretary of State
The Rollings Family, United States Navy - INFORMATON NEEDED
Kim Ruby Roman - Radioman 1st Class - Murder Victim
Finne Ronne, Rear Admiral - Arctic Explorer
Anne Marie Bono Rose, Ensign, Nurse Corps - Buried With Sister In Section 6
William Daniel Roseborough, Jr., Captain, USNA - WWII, Nuclear Submarine Innovator
Forrest B. Royal, Rear Admiral, Died In Pacific In 1945 - Returned Home In 1948 - INFO NEEDED
Erik Niles Rudziak, FN, Killed In Mine Explosion In Vietnam - PH
James Thomas Ruffin, Lieutenant Commander, Killed In Vietnam In 1966 - Returned Home In 1983
Manuel A. Ruiz, Petty Officer Third Class, Killed In iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
John Edward Russell, Lieutenant, USS Cole Rescurer - Family Denied Death Benefits
William L. Russell, Aviation Radioman Second Class, Killed In WWII (1943) Located And Rerturned Homed In 2010 - PH
James Benjamin Ryan, Lieutenant Commander, World War II, Korean War
Thomas W. Ryan, Commander, USNA - Spanish-American War, Philippines, Boxer Rebellion - With Grant In Around the World Trip
John French Ryder, Captain, USNA - WWII Submarine Commander - Prisoner of War

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Earl LeRoy Sackett - Rear Admiral, WWII, Navy Cross
Pierre Emil George Salinger, Lieutenant (jg), United States Navy & Presidential Press Secretary
William Dodge Sample, Rear Admiral, USNA - WWI, WWII - Killed In WWII Plane Crash - PH
Joseph Talmadge Sampson, RM 2, United States Navy - Central Intelligence Agency
William Thomas Sampson, Rear Admiral - Civil War & Spanish-American War
Harry Sanders - Vice Admiral, I Attended His 1991 Funeral
Alice Oulahan Sanderson, United States Navy Spouse - Seeking Inforation on Husband: John William Sanderson
George A. Sanderson, Ensign, United States Navy - USNA, Secretary of the United States Senate
Benjamin F. Sands, Rear Admiral, Civil War - Naval Observatory Commander
James Hoban Sands, Rear Admiral, USNA - Civil War - Son of Benjamin F. Sands
Nathan Sargent, Captain - Civil War Veteran
Theodore Sawick, Commander, WWII, Korea, 32 Years of Service - Pearl Harbor Survivor
Frederick Joseph Scanlan, Lieutenant Commander, World War II, Post-War Nuclear Tests
Paul W. Schlegel, Commander - WWII Naval Aviator, Navy Cross, Air Medal, F-18 Program
Robert Allan Schlegel, Commander - Killed In Terorist Attack On The Pentagon: 11 September 2001
Winfield Scott Schley, Rear ADMIRAL - Civil War & Spanish-American War
Frank H. Schofield, Rear Admiral, USNA, WWI, Anti-Submarine Specialist
Hugh Schmidt, Lieutenant Commander, Early Naval Aviator, Killed In Night Crash
Ford Joel Elmer Schultz, Captain - USNA, Naval Aviator
George C. Schultz, Seaman Apprentice, Killed In A Tragic Pier Accident, Norfolk Navy Yard
Frank J. Scolpino, Captain - USNA, World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War
Hugh Doggett Scott, Jr. - Naval Officer & US Senator
MacGregor G. Scott, Lieutenant Commnander - Submarine Officer
Harry E. Sears - Vice Admiral - Highly Decorated WWII Naval Aviator
Edward Richmond Seay, Sr., Lieutenant Commander, Naval Aviator - WWII, Korea - DFC, AM
 John Joseph Seery, Lieutenant - River Division 515, Killed In Vietnam
Carl Joseph Seiberlich, Rear Admiral, WWII - Aviator - Aircraft Carrier Commander - NASA Recoveries - LM, AM
David Foote Sellers - Admiral, WWI
Januario Samortin Sevilla, Chief Petty Officer - Presidential Cook
John Franklin Shafroth, Jr., Vice Admiral, USNA - Mexican Campaign, WWI, WWII - Son Of A US Senator
Dan F. Shanower, Commander - Killed In Attack On The Pentagon, 11 September 2001
Alexander Sharp, Sr., Captain, Father Of A Vice Admiral - INFORMATION NEEDED
Alexander Sharp, Jr., Vice Admiral, INFORMATION NEEDED
George Hand Sharp, Captain, World War II - Son Of Vice Admiral Alexander Sharp, Jr.
Sally Lightle Sharp, Lieutenant, WAVE Officer, World War II - Wife of George Hand Sharp
Harold E. Shear, Admiral, USNA - WWII, Sub Commander, Vice Chief of Naval Operation
Joseph Thomas Sheehan, Lieutenant, A Suicide Victim In Hololulu In 1934
Karyanne Sheldon - A Navy Daughter
William DuBose Sheldon, Lieutenant, Died Of Tropical Disease In WWII - INFORMATION NEEDED
Francis J. Shema, Chief Warrant Officer, WWII, Rescued From Ship Sunk By The German Navy
Edwin Malcolm Shepard, Rear Admiral, USNA - Civil War - Commander 0f Constitution - INFORMATION NEEDED
Edgar William Sheppard, Lieutenant - Killed In Crash of the USS Shenandoah
Edward Clayton Sherman, Commander, WWII,  Panama Canal Engineer
Forrest Percival Sherman, Admiral, USNA, WWII, Chief of Naval Operations
Frank Edwin Sherman, Lieutenant Commander, Naval Aviator & Engineer
Leslie Geraldine Sherman, United States Navy Dependent - Killed In Shooting At Virginia Tech In April 2007
Ocie Faye Martin Shirley, Lieutenant, & Navy Spouse - WWII Combat Nurse
Thomas Macy Shock, Rear Admiral, USNA - WWI, WWII, Guadalcanal - DSM, LM
Robert Wilson Shufeldt, Rear Admiral, Civil War - Asiatic Fleet Commander
Arthur Shuman, Jr., Captain - WWII, Yacht Designer & Builder
Arthur Pleasant Sibold, Jr., Captain, USNA - World War II - Special Weapons Projects
Horatio Gates Sickel V, Lieutenant Command, USNA, WWII, Korea - Killed In Training Accident
Robert Wayne Sides, Lieutenant Commander, Top Gun School - MIA In The Indian Ocean - Memorial Site
Charles Dwight Sigsbee - Capt of USS Maine, Sunk In Cuba
Clayton Miller Simmers, Captain, USNA - WWI, WWII - INFORMATION NEEDED
Clayton Rogers Simmers, Captain - World War II - INFORMATION NEEDED
George Stuart Simmons III, Captain - USNA, WWII Submariner, 2 Silver Stars
 Charles F. Simon, Lieutenant Commander, Aviator & Administrative Law Judge
Franklin Lealand Simpson, Jr., Lieuenant, World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War
Alex Sinclair, Rear Admiral, USNA - WWII, Korea, Vietnam - 38 Years Of Service To America
Gale R. Siow, Petty Officer Third Class, Killed In Vietnam In 1968, Returned Home In 2003
William Lynn Siple, Captain - USNA - Submarine Commander In WWII & Korea
Ralph Frederick Skylstead, Lieutenant Commander, Died At Age 43 While On Disability - INFO NEEDED
Gregg Harold Smallwood, Chief Information Systems Technician - Killed In Pentagon Terrorist Attack: 11 September 2001
William Renwick Smedberg III, Vice Admiral, His Father Was An Army General
William Renwick Smedberg IV, Rear Admiral, USNA - Korea & Vietnam - Son Of The Vice Admiral
Charles Livermore Smith, Ensign, INFORMATION NEEDED
Clifford Ross Smith, Commander, Vietnam War, Destroyer Officer
George Lee Smith, Captain - Engineering Officer - Commanded Seabees In Vietnam
Harold Dewey Smith, Seaman & Government Official - Bureau of the Budget & The World Bank
Harold P. Smith - Lt Commander, WWII Aviator, POW - Bridge on the River Kwai
Peter Sterling Smith, Captain, USNA - Highly Regarded Officer & Veteran of WWII & Korea
Philip W. Smith, Rear Admiral - Delta Airlines Pilot, Lawyer
Harry Edwin Snyder, Commander - USNA, World War II, Destroyer Officer
Luther W. Snyder - USNA Grad, Commander, Vietnam Veteran
John Codman Soley, Lieutenant Commander, Civil War, Spanish-American War, World War I
Francis Eugene Somers, Captain, USNA, WWII, Korea - Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
Charles Lewis Sours, Commander, WWII, US Geological Survey, Department of the Interior
Michael Scott Speicher, Captain - Aviator - Missing In Gulf War - Remains Recovered In July 2009
Charles S. Sperry, Rear Admiral, Great White Fleet - Around The World Cruise
Henry Calvin Spicer, Jr., Captain - USNA, World War II, Naval Aviator
Frank Julian Sprague, Ensign, USNA - American Inventor- Worked With Thomas Edison
Charles Keith Springle, Commander, Murdered By A U.S. Soldier At Camp Liberty, Iraq
William Brinker Stanard, Lieutenant Commander - USNA, WWII, Blimp & Seaplane Pilot
Emory Day Stanley, Rear Admiral, Supply Corps
Emory Day Stanley, Jr., Rear Admiral - USNA, Auditor General of the Navy
Harold Haynsford Stark, Admiral - WWII Strategist
Henry E. Steece, Captain, Naval Aviator, World War II
Charles E. Steel, Captain, USNA, Naval Aviator, Vietnam War, LM, AM
Richard C. Steere, Captain - USNA, Weather Forecaster For General George S. Patton
Edward Marshall Stedman, Commander, USNA - Civil War, SAW - At Death In 1939: Oldest Living USNA Graduate
Everett Hartwell Steinmetz, Captain, USNA - World War II - Two Awards of the Navy Cross
David Maynard Stembel, Jr., Captain - USNA - Engineering Officer - Relative of Roger N. Stembel
Roger Nelson Stembel, Rear Admiral - Mexican War & Civil War Service
 Charles Robert Stephan, Captain - 3 Navy Crosses In World War II
Robert Dean Stethem, Navy Diver - Victim Of Terrorism
Clyde Benjamin Stevens, Jr, Rear Admiral - USNA - WWII Submarine Commander, Navy Cross, ilver Star
The Stevens Family - A Naval Tradition
Edwin Stewart, Rear Admiral, Civil War - Paymaster General of the U. S. Navy
Robert B. Stewart, Lieutenant, WWII - Killed In Crash Of United Airlines Flight In 1948 - President Truman Attended Funeral
Walter Jones Stewart II, Captain - Wounded World War II Veteran
Robert D. Stiger, Commander - USNA, Vietnam War, CIA Operative
Charles L. Stiles - Veteran of WWII, Korea & Vietnam - CIA Operative
John F. J. Stinson, Commander - World War II Veteran - Government Official
Archibald G. Stirling, Commander, Son & Brother of Rear Admirals - INFO NEEDED
Yates Stirling, Rear Admiral, USNA - Civil War - Commander of the Asiatic Fleet - Son Also An Admiral
Yates Stirling, Jr., Rear Admiral, USNA - Spanish-American War, Philippines - Outspoken & Controversial
Herbert G. Stoecklein, Rear Admiral, A Pioneering And Hero Navy Physician - BSM
Charles Francis Stokes, Rear Admiral, Surgeon General, Theodore Roosevelt's Physician
Michael J. Strange, CTR1 (SEAL), Killed In Afghanistan - Operation Enduring Freedom - PH
Daniel D. V. Stuart, Rear Admiral, USNA - Civil War, Spanish-American War, Philippines Insurrection
Elliott Bowman Strauss, Rear Admiral, USNA, World War II, Streatgic Planner
John Brent Streit, Captain, USNA, Naval Aviator - Vietnam War
Samuel Studdiford Stratton, Captain (WWII), Member of Congress
George G. Strott, Lieutenant, Medical Officer, WWI, WWII - Navy Cross, SS, PH
Eugene R. Stroup, Lieutenant Commander, WWII, Normandy - NASA Researcher
Harry Dixon Sturr, Captain - USNA - Decorated WWII Submarine Commander
Submarine F-4: First American Submarine Disaster
The Sullivan Brothers - Killed In Action Aboard The USS Juneau In World War II - PH
Albert Leo Sullivan - One of The Sullivan Brothers - Killed Aboard USS Juneau in World War II - PH
Francis Henry Sullivan - One of The Sullivan Brothers - Killed Aboard USS Juneau in World War II - PH
George Thomas Sullivan - One of The Sullivan Brothers - Killed Aboard USS Juneau in World War II - PH
John Sullivan, Aviator - Shot Down In World War II (Pacific) - DFC, PH
Joseph Eugene Sullivan - One of The Sullivan Brothers - Killed Aboard USS Juneau in World War II - PH
Madison Abel Sullivan - One of The Sullivan Brothers - Killed Aboard USS Juneau in World War II - PH
William A. Sullivan, Rear Admiral, WWI, WWII - The Father Of Naval Salvage - DSM, LM
Charles Sures, Lieutenant, World War II, Prominent Washington-Area Lawyer
Richard D. Swanson, AKC, Killed In The Gulf War
John Richard Sweeney, Sr., Captain - USNA, Decorated Naval Aviator, WWII, Korea, Vietnam
Ralph Brent Sweet, CT3, Vietnam Veteran - USS Liberty Survivor - Purple Heart Medal
James Michael Swink II, Petty Officer Third Class, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH
Anna Ashley Switzer - Navy Wife & Mother - Wife of Wendell Gray Switzer
John Lamar Switzer, Lieutenant Commander, Killed In Aircraft Accident - Son Of A Vice Admiral - INFO NEEDED
Wendell Gray Switzer, Vice Admiral - World War II - Information Needed
Wendell Gray Switzer Jr., Lieutenant (jg), USNA - Naval Aviator - Killed In Aircraft Crash - Son Of Vice Admiral
 Floyd M. Symonds, Captain, WWII, Sub Squalus, Highly Decorated
Douglas N. Syverson, Captain - Submarine Commander, WWII, Silver Star Medal

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William M. Taft - Grand-Nephew Of President William Howard Taft
 Graham Tahler, Rear Admiral - Decorated WWII Pilot
David M. Tapper, Petty Officer First Class, SEAL - Killed In Action In Afghanistan
Joseph Knefler Taussig, Rear Admiral WWI & WWII Veteran
Edmund Battelle Taylor, Jr., Captain, Lost In A Helicopter Off North Vietnam - Memorial Headstone
Henry Clay Taylor, Rear Admiral - Member of the Taylor Family
Hoyle Andrew Taylor, Chief Journalist, WWII, Pearl Harbor Survivor
Montgomery Meigs Taylor, Rear Admiral, Grandson Of Montgomery Meigs
The Taylor Family, A Tradition Of Service
Carmel "Tim" Temerario, Beach Master At Utah Beach, Normandy D-Day Landings
Warren Jay Terhune, Commander - Naval Governor of American Samoa - Suicide Victim
Charles P. Tesh, Rear Admiral - Decorated Veteran of WWII, Korea, Vietnam
Ronald F. Testa - Captain, USNA Graduate, Naval Aviator
Thomas Thomaides - Naval Avitor - McDonnell Douglas Executive
Carl William Thomas - Naval Aviator In WWII
Donald Earl Thompson, Lieutenant Commander, Lost Over Vietnam In 1967 - Returned Home In 2003
 Frank Thompson, Jr., Commander (World War II) & Member of Congress
William Kenneth Thompson, Commander, USNA - WWII, US Dept of Education- - Killed In1946 Chicago Hotel Fire
Clifford Gerald Thuot, Sr., Captain, Naval Aviator - WWII, Korea - AM
James Morgan Thurmond - Lieutenant, Navy Band Officer
Richard H. Tibbets, Commander, World War II, Korean War
Robert G. Tills, Ensign, Killed In Philippines on 8 December 1941, Remains Recovered In 2008 - PH
Charles Timblin, Captain, World War II, Navy Lawyer
Clifford A. Tinker,Lieuetnant, Spanish-American War, WWI On The Staff Of Admiral Sims
Otis Vincent Tolbert, Lieutenant Commander, Killed In Terrorist Attack On The Pentagon, 11 September 2001
Stephen Andrew Tomichek - Submitted By A Loving Daughter
Francis L. Toner IV, Lieutenant (jg), U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, Killed In Afghanistan - PH
Charles Merriam Tooke, Captain - USNA, Brother-in-Law of James Karrick Woolnough
John F. Torley - Naval Officer & Industrialist
John "Pete" Archibald Hyde Torry, Jr., Commander - WWII Naval Aviator - Helicopter Pioneer
John Henry Towers - Very Early Naval Aviator
George Crosby Towner, Vice Admiral - Assistant Chief of Naval Operations
Lloyd Woolsey Townsend, Commander, USNA - World War I
Robert Lee Townsend, Vice Admiral - WWII, Korean War, Vietnam War
Christopher Tragna, Lieutenant Commander, USNA, Aviator - Killed In Aircraft Test
Edward Patrick Travers, Vice Admiral, WWII Submarine Commander - Chief of Materiel - DSM, LM
J. Forrest George Trembley, Lieutenant Commander, Aviator - Killed In Vietnam In 1967 - Returned Home In 2005 - PH
Martin Edward Trench, Captain, Governor of the Virgin Islands - Died of Pneumonia In 1927
George A. Trevors, Captain - USNA - Nuclear Submarine Commander
George Tsantes, Jr., Captain - Assassinated In Athens, Greece
Clyde A. Tucker, Jr. - Killed In Norway In 1944 and Recovered in 1994
William Tucker, Commander, World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War
Holcombe Tucker Tuggle, Jr., Ensign, United States Navy - WWII - Central Intelligence Agency
Edward Turner, Lieutenant Commander - WWII Veteran, Captain of the Presidential Yacht
Eli Karin Gilbert Turner, Wife of CIA Director & Admiral, Stansfield Turner, Airplane Crash
Louis K. Tuttle, Captain, USNA - World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War
Nathan Crook Twining, Rear Admiral, USNA - Spanish-American War, WWI

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Jerrold Berthold Ullman - Lieutenant Commander, Court of Military Appeals
Arthur Rutledge Underwood III, Lieutenant, USNA - Died of Leukemia In 1975
The Upshur Family
USS Thresher Disaster: Memorial At Arlington National Cemetery

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Thomas J. Valentine, Senior Chief Petty Officer, Navy SEAL, Afghnistan, Killed In Parachute Accident In Arizona -  SS, BSM
Stephen Ted Van Brocklin, Commander - Naval Aviator & High School Teacher
Cyrus R. Vance, Lieutenant, World War II, Public Official, Secretary of State
Harper Elliott Van Ness, Jr., Captain, USNA - Naval Aviator - World War II
 James Edward Van Zandt, Rear Admiral (WWI & WWII), Member of Congress
A. Nicholas Vardac, Lieutenant Commander, World War II, Film Producer
Corise P. Varn, Commander, World War II Wave, One Of The First To Go Overseas During The War
Lynn Dolph Vaughan, Jr., Lieutenant Commander, Naval Aviator, WWII, Korean War, Vietnam War
Aaron Carson Vaughn, Petty Officer First Class (SEAL), Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom, Helicopter Shootdown - PH
Ronald James Vauk, Lieutenant Commander - USNA, Killed In Terrorist Attack On The Pentagon, 11 September 2001
Ten Eyck De Witt Veeder, Jr., Lieutenant, USNA - Naval Aviator - Died While Landing His Plane In 1925
Anne Reinken Vieweg, Navy Spouse - Wife of Rear Admiral Walter V. R. Vieweg
Frederick J. Vivenzio, HTCS, 20 Year Naval Career - Veteran Advocate For Years
Carl Theodore Vogelgesang, Rear Admiral, USNA - Spanish-American War, World War I - Navy Cross
Marlyn William Voss - Captain, Fighter Pilot, Presidential Physician

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William John Wacker, Captain, Naval Aviator - World War II, Vietnam War
George Remey Wadleigh, Lieutenant - Foreign Service Officer - INFORMATION NEEDED
Armin S. Wagner, Lieutenant, Career Officer, World War II
Michael Ray Wagner - CPO, Killed In Beirut Bombing, 1983
Richard Wainwright, Rear Admiral - USNA, Civil War To The Spanish-American War
Charles Loring Waite, Rear Admiral, Deputy Surgeon General of the Navy - LM
George Raymond Waldmann, Ensign, Killed In World War II - PH
George Herrick Wales - Rear Admiral, WWII Submarine Commander
Philip Skinner Wales, Medical Director - Civil War - Court Martialed Regarding Embezzled Funds
John Denley Walker, Lieutenant Commander, WWII, CIA Officer, Navy Cross, DFC, AM, PH
L. Dean Wallace, Commander, WWII, Korea - Mayor Of Vienna, Virginia
Richard M. Wallace, Lieutenant Commander, WWII, Survived The Sinking Of His Ship
Raymond Randolph Waller - Rear Admiral
 Francis Eugene Walter, Lieutenant Commander (WWI -WWII), Member of Congress
Arvell Bruce Ward, Commander, World War II, Submarine Commander
Norvell Gardiner Ward, Rear Admiral, USNA, WWII Sub Commander, Commander Naval Forces In Vietnam - NC, SS, LM, DSM
Ralph Mervine Warfield, Rear Admiral, Engineer Corps - Died In NYC Subway Station In 1939
Leo Bruce Warring, Commander,World War II - Joint Chiefs of Staff Service
Eric Lee Washam - Captain, Vietnam Veteran, Aegis Missile Program
John R. Washburn, Chief Warrant Officer - Aviation Pioneer
Pope Washington, Lieutenant Commander, SAW, Boxer Rebellion, Philippines - USS Maine Survivor - Wife An Actress
Richard Albert Waugh, Captain - United States Naval Academy (USNA)
Alban Weber, Rear Admiral, World War II Destroyer Escort Commander
Wendell E. Webber, Captain, Special Warfare Visionary, Korea, Vietnam, SEAL Team Leader
George Holland Weeks, Commander, USNA, Korea, Vietnam - Operation Home Coming
 John Wingate Weeks, Ensign (SAW), Member of Congress, Senator, Secy of War
Robert H. Weeks, Rear Admiral, USNA, World War II, Intelligence Officer
Eugene Joseph Weinbeck, Sr., Commander, Aviator In WWII, Korea & Vietnam - DFC, AM
Walter F. Welham, Rear Admiral, 35 Years In Military Medicine - WWII, Korea, Vietnam
 Ovington Eugene Weller, Ensign (USNA), & US Senator
The Wellings Family - Four Rear Admirals In The Same Family - INFORMATION NEEDED
Albert Aloysisus Wellings, Rear Admiral, - One Of The Four Rear Admirals
Augustus Joseph Wellings, Rear Admiral - One Of the Four Rear Admirals
Joseph Harold Wellings, Rear Admiral - One Of The Four Rear Admirals
Timothy Francis Wellings, Rear Admiral - One Of The Four Rear Admirals
Clinton Wermers, Lieutenant, Naval Aviator - Killed In2010 Aircraft Accident While On Cross-Country Flight
Jana Werson, Nurse, Killed In A Traffic Accident - Left Us Way Too Soon!
Alfred John Westland, Commander (WWII), Member of Congress
Kenneth R. Wheeler, Vice Admiral, World War II POW, 31 Chief of USN Supply Corps - DSM, LM, PH, BSM
Nathan D. White, Lieutenant, Naval Aviator, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom
Donald Boone Whitmire - Rear Admiral, Football Star, "Big Daddy"
Warren Webster Whitside, Jr., Captain, Son of An Army Colonel, Grandson of An Army General - INFORMATION NEEDED
Henry Ariosto Wiley, Admiral - USNA - Spanish-American War, WWI - CINC of the United States Fleet - DSM
Charles Wilkes - Civil War Admiral & Explorer
Charles Wilkes: Commander, World War I, Admiral's Relative
Gilbert Wilkes III, Lieutenant (jg), USNA - Relative of Admiral Charles Wilkes
Noel David Wilkie, Captain, Dental Corps -  Served Aboard USS Enterprise During the Vietnam Era
George Henry Wilkins, Lieutenant Commander - USNA, Aviator, Killed In Vietnam 1966, Returned Home 1996
Ernest Wilkinson, Ensign, Father of T. S. Wilkinson - INFORMATION NEEDED
Arthur Lee Willard, Rear Admiral, INFORMATION NEEDED
Bertram E. Williams, United States Navy - USPS Lost His Ashes On Their Way To Arlington For Burial - 1976
David L. Williams, Lieutenant Commander, Killed In The Terrorist Attack On The Pentagon, 11 September 2001
Randall G. Williams, Lieutenant Commander, Gulf War, Victim of Lou Gehrig's Disease At 41
Robert Russell Williams - Captain, Rescued George Bush In WWII
Charles F. Willis, Jr. - Commander, "I Like Ike"
Albert Bower Willits, Rear Admiral, USNA - Spanish-American War, WWI - Engineering Officer
Charles Wilson, Lieutenant, USNA, Member of Congress - Advocate of The Afghanistan People
Donald E. Wilson, Rear Admiral, Distinguished Service Medal, Bornze Star, Vietnam War
 Francis Edmond Wilson, Captain - USNA, World War II, Korean War
Glen Parten Wilson, Jr., AETM2, Aide To Lyndon Johnson, NASA Official
Henry Braid Wilson, Admiral, USNA - Spanish-American War, WWI, Atlantic Fleet CINC - DSM
Kenneth H. Windon, Petty Officer Second Class, Killed In Vietnam In 1968 - Returned Home In 2003
Albert Gustavus Winterhalter, Rear Admiral, USNA - Asiatic Fleet, General Board - Wife Was A Famous Actress
Henry Richards Wismer, Ensign, Killed In Jet Collision Over Texas In 1965
Frank Gardiner Wisner, Lieutenant, World War II - OSS, CIA Officer
Edward Taylor Witherspoon, Captain, INFORMATION NEEDED
William Bernard Woerman, Lieutenant, Naval Aviator, Killed In Korea, DFC, AM, PH
Robin Carder Wood, Lieutenant Commander, USNA, Naval Aviator - Vietnam War
Spencer Shepard Wood, Rear Admiral, USNA - Spanish-American War, WWI
Calvin M. Woods, Chief Boatswain's Mate, World War II, D-Day Invavion - PH
 Marvin Roger Woods, Chief, Killed In Terrorist Attack On The Pentagon, 11 September 2001
Melvin W. Woods, Lieuenant, A Suicide Victim While On Leave In 1938
Clark Howell Woodward, Vice Admiral, USNA - Veteran of Five Wars - Navy Cross
Edward Lender Woodyard: Admiral, WWII/Korea Thanks To John Reilly
Stanton Wooster, Lieutenant, Early Aviator, Killed In Trans-Atlantic Attempt
Frank N. Worden, Commander, World War II, Pearl Harbor Attack Survivor
Jason Ray Workman, Petty Officer First Class (SEAL), Killed In Afghanistan - PH, BSM Wtih Valor
David Edward Worley, HM3, Killed In Terrorist Bombing of Beriut Barracks, October 1983 - PH
Archie Taylor Wright - Captain, USNA Boxing Champ, WWII Veteran
Frederick W. Wright III - Commnder, Killed In Vietnam, Found In 1990
Jerauld Wright - WWII Admiral & American Diplomat

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John D. Yamnicky, Sr., Captain, USNA, Aviator, Korea, Vietnam - Killed In Terrorist Attack On The Pentagon: 11 September 2001
Alfred Avery Young, Captain - Nuclear Submarine Commander
Donald McArthur Young, ITC - Killed In Terrorist Attack On The Pentagon: 11 September 2001
Lee A. Young, Lieutenant Commander, Medical Service Corps, Navy Corpsman In WWII
Travis L. Youngblood, Petty Officer Third, Medical Corpman, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH

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Ellis M. Zacharias, Rear Admiral, USNA, WWI, Chief of Naval Intelligence In WWII
Charles J. Zadd, Commander - USNA, Ships & Submarines
Scott Allen Zellem, Lieutenant Commander, Aviator - Killed In Aircraft Accident In The Pacific
Max Edward Zimmerman, Mexican Punitive Expedition, WWII, Naval Medical Service
Gerard E. Zinser, Chief Petty Officer - WWII, PH, Last Survivor Of PT-109 Incident
 


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