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Admiral Edward C. Kalbfus (1877 - 1954)
Naval War College Museum, Newport, Rhode Island
Admiral Edward C. Kalbfus served two terms as the president of the Naval War College. His first stint lasted from June 18, 1934-December 15, 1936,...
Admiral Lynde D. Mccormick (1895-1956)
Naval War College Museum, Newport, Rhode Island
Lynde D. McCormick commanded the Naval War College as a Vice Admiral from May 3, 1954-August 16, 1956. He later achieved the rank of Admiral before...
Admiral Raymond A. Spruance (1886-1969)
Naval War College Museum, Newport, Rhode Island
This painting depicts Admiral Raymond A. Spruance, 26th president of the Naval War College, who served from March 1, 1946 to July 1, 1948.
Admiral William V. Pratt (1869-1957)
Naval War College Museum, Newport, Rhode Island
This painting depicts Admiral William V. Pratt, the Naval War College's 18th president, who served from September 5, 1925 to September 17, 1927.
Captain William S. Sims (1858-1936)
Naval War College Museum, Newport, Rhode Island
This painting depicts Captain William S. Sims, a highly decorated naval officer and author. Sims had two stints as the President of Naval War College...
Mrs. Louisa Johnson Pratt (1876 - 1963)
Naval War College Museum, Newport, Rhode Island
Mrs. Louisa Johnson Pratt was the First Lady of the Naval War College from 1925 to 1927.
Rear Admiral Alfred Thayer Mahan (1840-1914)
Naval War College Museum, Newport, Rhode Island
Rear Admiral Alfred Thayer Mahan served as both the second and fourth president of Naval War College. His tenures lasted from June 22, 1886-January...
Rear Admiral Caspar F. Goodrich (1847-1925)
Naval War College Museum, Newport, Rhode Island
Rear Admiral Caspar F. Goodrich had two stints as the president of the Naval War College, first from January 12, 1889-July 22, 1892, amd second from...
Rear Admiral Charles S. Sperry (1847-1911)
Naval War College Museum, Newport, Rhode Island
Rear Admiral Charles S. Sperry led the Naval War College as its 10th president from November 16, 1903-May 24, 1906. After his post ended, Sperry...
Rear Admiral Edward F. Welch, Jr. (1925-2008)
Naval War College Museum, Newport, Rhode Island
Rear Admiral Edward F. Welch, Jr. served as the 41st president of the Naval War College from August 22, 1979 to August 17, 1982.
Rear Admiral Henry C. Taylor (1845-1904)
Naval War College Museum, Newport, Rhode Island
From November 15, 1893 to December 31, 1896, Rear Admiral Henry C. Taylor presided over the Naval War College as its sixth president.
Rear Admiral Huntington Hardisty (1929-2003)
Naval War College Museum, Newport, Rhode Island
Rear Admiral Huntington Hardisty served as the 39th president of the Naval War College from April 1, 1977-October 13, 1977. He later ascended to the...
Rear Admiral Jacob L. Shuford
Naval War College Museum, Newport, Rhode Island
Rear Admiral Jacob L. Shuford served as Naval War College president from August 12, 2004-November 6, 2008, during the George W. Bush presidency.
Rear Admiral James R. Stark
Naval War College Museum, Newport, Rhode Island
Rear Admiral James R. Stark commanded the Naval War College as president from June 29, 1995 to July 24, 1998.
Rear Admiral John A. Baldwin, Jr.
Naval War College Museum, Newport, Rhode Island
Rear Admiral John A. Baldwin, Jr. served as president of the Naval War College from September 2, 1986-August 11, 1987. He retired from the United...
Rear Admiral Joseph C. Strasser
Naval War College Museum, Newport, Rhode Island
Rear Admiral Joseph C. Strasser served as Naval War College president from July 17, 1990 to June 29, 1995 before he worked as the Executive Director...
Rear Admiral Rodney P. Rempt
Naval War College Museum, Newport, Rhode Island
This painting portrays Rear Admiral Rodney P. Rempt, Naval War College president from August 22, 2001 to July 9, 2003.
Rear Admiral Ronald A. Route
Naval War College Museum, Newport, Rhode Island
Rear Admiral Ronald A. Route commanded the Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island, from July 9, 2003 to August 12, 2004.
Rear Admiral Ronald F. Marryott (1934-2005)
Naval War College Museum, Newport, Rhode Island
This painting depicts Rear Admiral Ronald F. Marryott, the 43th president of the Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island. His presidency lasted...
Rear Admiral Ronald J. Kurth
Naval War College Museum, Newport, Rhode Island
Rear Admiral Ronald J. Kurth led the Naval War College from August 11, 1987 to July 17, 1990.
Rear Admiral Stephen B. Luce (1827 – 1917)
Naval War College Museum, Newport, Rhode Island
Rear Admiral Stephen B. Luce founded the Naval War College and served as its first president from October 6, 1884 to June 22, 1886.
Rear Admiral Thomas H. Robbins (1900-1972)
Naval War College Museum, Newport, Rhode Island
Rear Admiral Thomas H. Robbins, the 30th president of the Naval War College, presided over the College from Sepetember 5, 1956 to August 1, 1957.
Rear Admiral Thomas H. Robbins (1900-1972)
Naval War College Museum, Newport, Rhode Island
Rear Admiral Thomas H. Robbins, the 30th president of the Naval War College, presided over the College from Sepetember 5, 1956 to August 1, 1957.
Vice Admiral Arthur K. Cebrowski (1942-2005)
Naval War College Museum, Newport, Rhode Island
Vice Admiral Arthur K. Cebrowski became president of the Naval War College on July 24, 1998 and completed his tenure on August 22, 2001.
Vice Admiral Benedict J. Semmes, Jr. (1913-1994)
Naval War College Museum, Newport, Rhode Island
Vice Admiral Benedict J. Semmes, Jr. led the Naval War College as its 36th president from August 17, 1971 to June 30, 1972.
Vice Admiral Charles L. Melson
Naval War College Museum, Newport, Rhode Island
As the 33rd president of the Naval War College; Vice Admiral Charles L. Melson led the College from July 1964 through January 1966.
Vice Admiral Donald B. Beary (1888-1966)
Naval War College Museum, Newport, Rhode Island
The 27th president of the Naval War College, Vice Admiral Donald B. Beary commanded it from November 1, 1948 to May 28, 1950.
Vice Admiral James B. Stockdale (1923-2005)
Naval War College Museum, Newport, Rhode Island
Before serving as the 40th president of the Naval War College, Vice Admiral James B. Stockdale was a prisoner-of-war in the Vietnam War. He was...
Vice Admiral James E. Service
Naval War College Museum, Newport, Rhode Island
This painting shows Vice Admiral James E. Service, the Naval War College's 42nd president from October 14, 1982 to July 12, 1985.
Vice Admiral Joel Roberts Poinsett Pringle (1873-1932)
Naval War College Museum, Newport, Rhode Island
Vice Admiral Joel Roberts Poinsett Pringle led the Naval War College as president from September 19, 1927 to May 30, 1930.
Vice Admiral John T. Hayward (1908-1999)
Naval War College Museum, Newport, Rhode Island
From February 15, 1966 to August 30, 1968, Vice Admiral John T. Hayward served as the Naval War College's 34th president.
Vice Admiral Julien J. Le Bourgeois (1923-)
Naval War College Museum, Newport, Rhode Island
In addition to serving as Naval War College president from August 9, 1974 to April 1, 1977, Vice Admiral Julien J. Le Bourgeois initiated the...
Vice Admiral Richard G. Colbert (1915-1973)
Naval War College Museum, Newport, Rhode Island
After serving as the Naval War College's 35th president, Vice Admiral Richard G. Colbert achieved the rank of Admiral; Colbert later established the...
Vice Admiral Richard L. Conolly (1892-1962)
Naval War College Museum, Newport, Rhode Island
Admiral Richard Conolly commanded the Naval War College as its 28th president from December 1, 1950 to November 2, 1953.
Vice Admiral Stansfield Turner (1923-)
Naval War College Museum, Newport, Rhode Island
A Rhodes Scholar, Vice Admiral Stansfield Turner served as Naval War College president from June 30, 1972 to August 9, 1974. Soon thereafter, Turner...
Vice Admiral Stuart H. Ingersoll (1898-1983)
Naval War College Museum, Newport, Rhode Island
Vice Admiral Stuart H. Ingersoll served as the 31st president of the Naval War College from August 12, 1957 to June 30, 1960.
Vice Admiral William S. Pye (1880-1957)
Naval War College Museum, Newport, Rhode Island
Vice Admiral William Pye served as the Naval War College's 25th president from November 2, 1942 through March 1, 1946.
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