3 edition of Statement of Rear Admiral Joseph Strauss, Chief Bureau of Ordnance found in the catalog.
Statement of Rear Admiral Joseph Strauss, Chief Bureau of Ordnance
Committee Serial No. 13
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Born in Mount Morris, New York, Strauss was commissioned as an ensign on 1 July He attended the United States Naval Academy and became admiral in the United States Navy. He began a distinguished career as specialist in ordnance in June when he reported to the Bureau of Ordnance in Washington, s/wars: Spanish–American War, World War I.
Rear Admiral Joseph Strauss, Commander, Mine Force, Atlantic Fleet, to the Bureau of Ordnance PARAPHRASE. From: Commander Mine Forces. To:. Rear Admiral (permanent) to date from J He held the rank of hd— rosignod as Chief of tho Bureau of Ordnance, his resignation approvcd by the President of the United States, offoctivo Eccen of JOSEPH STRAUSS, honoring Admiral Strauss Navy Office of Information Biographies Branch 25 October Biography Edit.
Born in Mount Morris, New York, Strauss was commissioned as an ensign on 1 July He attended the United States Naval Academy and was the first Jewish Admiral in the United States Navy.
He began a distinguished career as specialist in ordnance in June when he reported to the Bureau of Ordnance in Washington, s/wars: Spanish–American War World War I. Admiral Joseph Strauss (16 November – 30 December ) was an officer of the United States Navy, who served in World War I, and later commanded the Asiatic Fleet.
History. Congress established the Bureau in the Department of the Navy by an act of July 5, (12 Stat. ), which transferred the hydrographic functions of the Navy's Bureau of Ordnance and Hydrography (–) to the newly established Bureau of Navigation.
During the early 20th century, BuOrd became involved in the development of aerial weapons. He conducted experimental work with torpedoes while commanding cruiser MONTGOMERY to ; commanded OHIO (BB 12) in ; then became Chief of Bureau of Ordnance 21 October Strauss assumed command of NEVADA (BB 36) 30 December and remained in command as the United States entered World War I.
Detached from the battleship in Februaryhe was. I was told in the Bureau of Navigation that they get several recommendations every day. I think I did better for you, however, than that; I appended a statement to your fitness report which I think will satisfy you and I also recommended, in view of your good service, that you be given the Navy Cross, stating of course my reasons for the.
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WorldCat locates just six copies of this draft: Peace Palace Library, Huntington, Princeton, Harvard Law School, Wellesley, d by Cecil. One of the founders of the Naval Historical Society was Admiral Joseph Strauss (), a distinguished naval officer noted for many accomplishments, including direction of the laying of the North Sea Mine Barrage in World War I and service as four-star Commander in Chief.
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Inhe reached flag rank and became chief of the Bureau of Ordnance. After almost four years, he went to sea in as Commander Destroyers Scouting Force. InLeahy came ashore in Washington as Chief of the Bureau of Navigation for two years. He went to sea as a vice admiral, and Commander Battleships Battle Force.
Rear Admiral Upper Half: Comments Show Comments - Admiral Strauss commanded the mine operations. - Bureau of Ordnance Rank Captain: Comments Show Comments - USS Ohio (BB) Rank. 9 Jan - short biography, births, deaths and events on date of Strauss's birth.
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- book suggestion. Rear Admiral Joseph Strauss, Commander, Mine Force, Atlantic Fleet, to Vice Admiral William S. Sims, Commander, United States Naval Forces Operating in European Waters Forces Operation In European Waters MINE FORCE U.
ATLANTIC FLEET File No. Base Eighteen, [Inverness, Scotland] SECRET 22 June From: Commander Mine Force. To: Force. He conducted experimental work with torpedoes while commanding cruiser Montgomery to ; commanded Ohio BB in ; then became Chief of Bureau of Ordnance 21 October Strauss assumed command of Nevada BB 30 December and remained in command as the United States entered World War I.
Detached from the battle ship in. Admiral Joseph Strauss was born 16 November in Mount Morris, New York He was commissioned Ensign 1 July and began a distinguished career as specialist in ordnance in June when he reported to the Bureau of Ordnance in Washington, D.C.
During the Spanish-American War he served in Lancaster blockading the Cuban coast, then returned to the Bureau of Ordnance. USS JOSEPH STRAUSS (DDG) Joseph Strauss (DDG) was laid down 27 December by the New York Shipbuilding Corp., Camden, N.J.; launched 9 December ; sponsored by Mrs.
Lawrence Haines Coburn, granddaughter of Admiral Joseph Strauss; and commissioned in the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard 20 AprilCdr. William M. Greene in command. The Washington herald. (Washington, D.C.)FebruPage 3, Image 3, brought to you by Library of Congress, Washington, DC, and the National.Admiral Joseph Strauss in Joseph Strauss was born 16 November in Mount Morris, N.Y.
He was commissioned Ensign 1 July and began a distinguished career as specialist in ordnance in June when he reported to the Bureau of Ordnance in Washington, D.C.History of The USS Joseph Strauss The ship was named for Admiral Joseph Strauss (), who was responsible for laying the great North Sea barrage of 57, contact mines from Norway to Scotland during World War I.
When the war ended inStrauss found himself in charge of removing the very mines he had laid - a four month operation.