Holloway Jr., James Lemuel, ADM

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111X-Unrestricted Line Officer - Surface Warfare
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1957-1959, Commander Naval Forces Eastern Atlantic /Mediterranean (CINCNELM/COMNELM)
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1918 - 1959

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This Military Service Page was created/owned by Bersley H. Thomas, Jr. (Tom), SMCS to remember Holloway Jr., James Lemuel (Lord Jim), ADM USN(Ret).

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Jan 11, 1984
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  1940-1942, Commander Training Command US Atlantic Fleet (COMTRALANT)


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In October 1940, he was assigned as officer in charge of the gunnery section of the Fleet Training Office in the office of the chief of naval operations, where he was serving at the time of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.[1] "We were busy as bird-dogs in those weeks following the attack. It's hard to describe just how much the workload moved up. We stopped all routine computation of training and competitive exercises that Fleet Training had been responsible for, and we went into expediting production and perfecting the performance of weapons."

In the weeks following the attack, Holloway was one of three duty officers selected to stand the night watch at the Navy Department, alternating four-hour shifts with Captain Cato B. Glover Jr. and Commander Forrest P. Sherman. "One night, we got a report that there was a dirigible off New York. I put out an emergency on the whole East Coast." The supposed enemy airship turned out to be an off-course American blimp, but Holloway's superiors approved his decision anyway. "After what had happened at Pearl Harbor, we went to general quarters in case of doubt."

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