Stirling, Jr., Yates, RADM

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Last Rank
Rear Admiral Upper Half
Primary Unit
1933-1936, Brooklyn Navy Yard, NY
Service Years
1892 - 1936
Rear Admiral Upper Half
Rear Admiral Upper Half

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Home Town
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Last Address
Baltimore, MD

Date of Passing
Jan 27, 1948
Location of Interment
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 Military Association Memberships
Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States (MOLLUS)
  0, Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States (MOLLUS) - Assoc. Page

 Additional Information
Last Known Activity

Awarded the Navy Cross for actions on the USS President Lincoln
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Link to his father's profile - Rear Admiral Yates Stirling
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Command Ashore
Command at Sea

 Duty Stations/ Advancement Schools
US Naval Academy Annapolis (Faculty Staff)US NavyNewport News Navy YardUSS Solace (AH-2)
NAVSTA Puget SoundUSS Rainbow (AS-7) Naval War College (Staff)Commander Submarine Flotillas, Atlantic Fleet
NAVSUBASE New London/GrotonNaval Submarine School, Groton, CTCOMSUBLANT, COMNAVSUBFORNaval Ship Yard Philidelphia, PA
USS Texas (BB-35)Under Secretary of the Navy (UNSECNAV), Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV)
  1888-1892, US Naval Academy Annapolis (Faculty Staff)
  1892-1893, USS San Francisco (C-5)
  1893-1894, USS Charleston (C-2)
  1894-1894, USS Detroit (C-10)
  1894-1895, USS New York (ACR-2)
  1895-1896, USS Thetis (steam whaler)
  1896-1898, USS Albatross (1882)
  1898-1898, Newport News Navy Yard
  1898-1898, USS Dolphin (PG-24)
  1898-1899, USS Badger (1889)
  1899-1899, USS Ranger (gun boat)
  1899-1900, USS Scindia (AC-14)
  1900-1900, USS Celtic (AF-2)
  1900-1901, USS Paragua (1899) (gunboat)
  1901-1902, USS Solace (AH-2)
  1902-1902, USS Brooklyn (ACR-3)
  1902-1903, NAVSTA Puget Sound
  1903-1904, USS Wisconsin (BB-9)
  1903-1905, Commander In Chief Asiatic Fleet
  1904-1904, USS Rainbow (AS-7)
  1904-1905, USS New Orleans (CL-22)
  1905-1906, USS Massachusetts (BB-2)
  1906-1906, USS Indiana (BB-1)
  1906-1907, US Naval Academy Annapolis (Faculty Staff)
  1907-1907, USS Arkansas (M-7)
  1907-1909, USS Connecticut (BB-18)
  1909-1911, USS Paulding (DD-22)
  1911-1912, Naval War College (Staff)
  1912-1912, USS Salem (CL-3)
  1912-1913, Naval War College (Staff)
  1913-1914, USS Rhode Island (BB-17)
  1914-1914, USS Ozark (M-7)
  1914-1915, Commander Submarine Flotillas, Atlantic Fleet
  1915-1915, USS Tonopah (M-8)
  1915-1916, USS Columbia (C-12)
  1916-1917, NAVSUBASE New London/Groton
  1916-1917, Naval Submarine School, Groton, CT
  1917-1917, USS Chicago (CA-14)
  1917-1917, USS President Lincoln (1917)
  1917-1918, USS Von Steuben (ID-3017)
  1918-1919, 3rd Naval District
  1919-1920, USS Connecticut (BB-18)
  1920-1922, Naval Ship Yard Philidelphia, PA
  1922-1924, USS New Mexico (BB-40)
  1924-1926, Washington Naval Shipyard
  1926-1926, USS Seattle (CA-11)
  1926-1927, Commander in Chief, United States Fleet (CINCUS)
  1927-1927, USS Texas (BB-35)
  1927-1928, USS Isabel (PY-10)
  1927-1929, Commander Yangtze Patrol (ComYangPat), Commander In Chief Asiatic Fleet
  1928-1929, USS Tutuila (PR-4)
  1929-1930, Naval Examining Board, Under Secretary of the Navy (UNSECNAV)
  1930-1933, 14th Naval District/COMNAVBASE Pearl Harbor
  1933-1933, 3rd Naval District
  1933-1936, Brooklyn Navy Yard, NY
 Combat and Non-Combat Operations
  1898-1898 Spanish-American War
  1899-1902 Philippine-American War/Philippine Insurrections
  1907-1909 Cruise of the Great White Fleet
  1917-1918 World War I
  1918-1918 World War I/Convoy Duty
 Colleges Attended 
United States Naval Academy
  1888-1892, United States Naval Academy
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