3 edition of Statement of Rear Admiral Bradley A. Fiske found in the catalog.
Statement of Rear Admiral Bradley A. Fiske
Committee Serial No. 43. Considers views on Navy organization, fleet preparedness, armaments, and personnel
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Petrel and Monadnock during the time. Boston, R.G. Badger [©] (OCoLC) The idea of dropping lightweight torpedoes from aircraft was conceived in the early s by Bradley A. Fiske, an officer in the United States Navy. A patent for this was awarded in Fiske worked out the mechanics of carrying and releasing the aerial torpedo from a bomber, and defined tactics that included a night-time approach so that the target ship would be less able to.
From midshipman to rear-admiral by Fiske, Bradley A. (Bradley Allen), Publication date Publisher New York, The Century Co. Collection americana Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of University of California Language English.
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Fiske. As reported by Robison in A History of Naval Tactics (Robison, Rear Adm. Official US Navy History. Built by the Bath Iron Works, her keel was laid on April 9,and she was launched on September 8, She is the second ship of the United States Navy named in honor of Rear Admiral Bradley A.
Fiske, USN, a noted scientist and inventor. WASHINGTON, April 2. -- Naval circles were stirred tonight when it became known that Rear Admiral Bradley A. Fiske, Aid for Operations in the Navy Department, had asked today to.
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From Midshipman to Rear Admiral. Rear Admiral Bradley A. Fiske (Retired) to Senator Frederick Hale of Maine, Chairman of the Subcommittee of the Committee on Naval Affairs. NEW YORK CITY, MY DEAR SENATOR HALE: In reply to your letter of May 9,my only suggestions are: 1.
That the provision establishing the Office of Chief of Naval Operations that was recommended. In the yearat the suggestion of Rear Admiral Bradley A. Fiske, then president of the United States Naval Institute, I wrote for the May,Naval Institute PROCEEDINGS the first article published in this magazine on the Torpedoplane, in which I made a number of prophecies, and I asked a number of questions to be answered by future events.
Bradley Fiske became a Rear Admiral in Augustsubsequently commanding three different divisions of the Atlantic Fleet as well as serving at the Secretary of the Navy's Aide for Inspections. In February he was appointed Aide for Operations, a post that later became that of Chief of Naval Operations.
From November 5, ‘Movies’ and ‘War Game’ as Aids to Our Navy: Rear Admiral Bradley A. Fiske Advocates Combining Former with Famed Kriegspiel to Develop American Naval Strategists () Unlike any other century-old article that I’ve come across when running this website, this piece started off as though the writer figured it might be read a century subsequently.
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By Rear Admiral Bradley A. Fiske. Sept. 19, ; Credit The New York Times Archives. See the article in its original context from SeptemSection B, Page 2 ADMIRAL.
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Description: At the home of Rear Admiral Spencer S. Wood, Jamestown, Rhode Island, 7 August Seated are, left to right: Rear Admiral Bradley A. Fiske; Rear Admiral Reginald F. Nicholson; Rear Admiral William B. Caperton; and Rear Admiral Joseph L.