Davison, Gregory Caldwell, LCDR

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Last Rank
Lieutenant Commander
Primary Unit
1911-1911, USS D-3 (SS-19)
Service Years
1894 - 1907
Lieutenant Commander
Lieutenant Commander

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Contact Info
Home Town
Jefferson City
Last Address
Lyme, CT

Date of Passing
May 07, 1935
Location of Interment
Arlington National Cemetery - Arlington, Virginia
Wall/Plot Coordinates
Not Specified

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 Military Association Memberships
American Society of Naval Engineers (ASNE) Society of Naval Architects & Marine EngineersUnited States Naval InstituteSociety of American Military Engineers (SAME)
  1894, American Society of Naval Engineers (ASNE)
  1896, Society of Naval Architects & Marine Engineers
  1896, United States Naval Institute [Verified] - Assoc. Page
  1922, Society of American Military Engineers (SAME)

 Additional Information
Last Known Activity
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Other Comments:

Resigned his commission on 12/31/1907 and immediately became a Vice President with Electric Boat Company.
LCDR Davison was an expert in torpedo's, mine's and naval guns.

1911 - 4 years after he resigned his commission, while working for Electric Boat, Gregory Davison was the Navigator of the USS Salmon, (later re-named D-3), for the first transoceanic journey by an american submarine.
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 Duty Stations
US Naval Academy Annapolis (Faculty Staff)US NavyBureau of Ordnance
  1888-1892, US Naval Academy Annapolis (Faculty Staff)
  1892-1894, USS San Francisco (C-5)
  1894-1894, USS Vermont (1862)
  1894-1896, USS Castine (PG-6)
  1896-1897, USS Cushing (TB-1)
  1897-1897, Surface Vessels USS N-Q
  1897-1897, USS Terror (BM-4)
  1898-1898, USS Saratoga (ACR-2)
  1898-1898, USS Oneida (1861) Screw sloop
  1898-1898, USS Oneida (1861) Screw sloop
  1898-1899, USS Annapolis (PG-10)
  1899-1899, USS Annapolis (PG-10)
  1899-1899, USS New York (ACR-2)
  1899-1899, USS New Orleans (CL-22)
  1899-1900, USS New York (ACR-2)
  1900-1900, USS New York (ACR-2)
  1900-1901, USS Rodgers (TB-4)
  1901-1901, USS DuPont (TB-7)
  1901-1901, USS Richmond (1860)
  1901-1901, Naval Torpedo Station, Newport RI
  1901-1901, USS Hist (1895)
  1901-1901, Naval Torpedo Station, Newport RI
  1901-1902, Bureau of Ordnance
  1902-1903, Surface Vessels USS A-C
  1903-1905, USS Paul Jones (DD-10)
  1905-1906, Bureau of Ordnance
  1906-1907, Bureau of Ordnance
  1907-1907, Bureau of Ordnance/Ordnance Board
  1911-1911, USS D-3 (SS-19)
 Combat and Non-Combat Operations
  1898-1898 Spanish-American War
 Colleges Attended 
United States Naval Academy
  1888-1892, United States Naval Academy
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