Oral history typescript of reminiscences. 1903-1959.


Oral history typescript of reminiscences. 1903-1959.

Including early years, USNA; cruises; Japanese language training; Asst. Naval Attache, Peiping; ONI; Asst. Naval Attache, Tokyo Intelligence Officer, USPACFLT; USS BOGGS; CO, Naval Net Depot; CO, Naval Intelligence School; Intelligence Staff, Naval Forces; Far East; Joint Intelligence Group, JCS; CINCPAC Staff; Director, Naval Intelligence School; Director, Far East Operations, Northrup Industries.

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