Mullinnix, Henry Maston, RADM

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Last Rank
Rear Admiral Upper Half
Last Rating/NEC Group
Line Officer
Primary Unit
1943-1943, Carrier Division 24 (COMCARDIV 24)
Service Years
1916 - 1943
Rear Admiral Upper Half
Rear Admiral Upper Half

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Last Address
Spencer, IN

Casualty Date
Nov 24, 1943
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South China Sea
World War II
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  1937-1938, USS Wright (AV-1)

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 USS Wright (AV-1) Details

USS Wright (AV-1)
Originally the unnamed "hull no. 680", the ship was laid down at Hog Island, Pennsylvania by the American International Shipbuilding Corporation under a United States Shipping Board contract. Named Wright on 20 April 1920, the ship was launched on 28 April. A little over two months later, the Navy signed a contract with the Tietjen and Lang Dry Dock Company of Hoboken, New Jersey to convert the ship to a unique type of auxiliary vessel, a "lighter-than-air aircraft tender." On 17 July 1920, the ship received that classification and was designated AZ-1. Wright was commissioned at the New York Navy Yard on 16 December 1921. Her first commanding officer was Captain (later Admiral) Alfred W. Johnson, who also discharged the collateral duties of Commander, Air Squadrons, Atlantic Fleet. Johnson was the first of a long line of commanding officers for the ship, some of whom later distinguished themselves; men such as John Rodgers, Ernest J. King, Aubrey W. Fitch, Patrick N. L. Bellinger, and Marc A. Mitscher.

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USS Wright (AV-1)

Felt, Harry Donald, ADM, (1923-1964) Lieutenant Commander
Weigandt, Albert, PO2, (1936-1940) Fireman Recruit
Ballentine, John Jennings, ADM, (1917-1954) OFF Commander
Cobb, Calvin Hayes, VADM, (1911-1946) OFF Commander
Isbell, Arnold Jay, CAPT, (1917-1945) OFF Lieutenant Commander
Kiefer, Dixie, Cmdre, (1918-1945) OFF Lieutenant Commander
Kiefer, Dixie, Cmdre, (1918-1945) OFF Lieutenant Commander
Pride, Alfred Melville, ADM, (1917-1959) OFF Lieutenant Commander
Reimer, John William, CPO, (1932-1942) AM AM-0000 Chief Petty Officer
Kincaid, Morris Keith, PO1, (1938-1944) SM SM-0000 Petty Officer Second Class
Neblett, Erwin C., PO2, (1937-1939) RM RM-0000 Petty Officer Second Class

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