Duncan, Donald B., ADM

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131X-Unrestricted Line Officer - Pilot
Last Rating/NEC Group
Line Officer
Primary Unit
1951-1956, 131X, Vice Chief of Naval Operations (VCNO), CNO - OPNAV
Service Years
1917 - 1957
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This Military Service Page was created/owned by Michael D. Withers (Mike), OSCS to remember Duncan, Donald B. (UNDER CONSTRUCTION), ADM.

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Pensacola, Florida

Date of Passing
Sep 08, 1975
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                                   USS DUNCAN FFG-10


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  1917-1920, 000X, USS Oklahoma (BB-37)


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 USS Oklahoma (BB-37) Details

USS Oklahoma (BB-37)
Nevada Class Battleship: Displacement 27,500 Tons, Dimensions, 583' (oa) x 95' 3" x 29' 7" (Max) Armament 10 x 14"/45 21 x 5"/51, 2 x 21" tt. Armor, 13 1/2" Belt, 18" Triple Turrets, 16" Dual turrets, 3" Second (armor) Deck, 2 1/2" Third (splinter) Deck 16" Conning Tower. Machinery, 24,800 IHP; 2 vertical, Triple expansion engines, 2 screws. Speed, 20.5 Knots, Crew 864. Operational and Building Data: Laid down by New York, Shipbuilding, Camden, NJ., October 26, 1912. Launched March 23, 1914. Commissioned May 2, 1916. Decommissioned (War Loss). Stricken September 1, 1944. Fate: Sunk by Japanese aircraft during attack on Pearl Harbor Hawaii, December 7, 1941. Her hulk was raised in 1943, Sold for scrap December 5 1946. Hulk sank while under tow to breakers, 540 miles NE, Pearl Harbor, May 17, 1947. 20 Officers and 395 Men were lost with the ship and remain on duty.

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20 Members Also There at Same Time
USS Oklahoma (BB-37)

McVay, Charles Butler, ADM, (1886-1932) OFF 000X Captain
Welles, Roger, VADM, (1880-1926) OFF 000X Captain
Andrews, Adolphus, VADM, (1901-1943) OFF 111X Lieutenant Commander
Ditzek, Joseph, CWO2, (1920-1951) SN SN-0000 Seaman 1st Class
Cox, John, S1c, (1915-1919) GM GM-0000 Seaman
Robison, Bennie, SN, (1917-1919) BM BM-0000 Seaman
Hayler, Robert Ward, RADM, (1914-1951) OFF Lieutenant
Hustvedt, Olaf Mandt, VADM, (1909-1946) OFF Lieutenant
James, Jules, VADM, (1908-1946) OFF Lieutenant
Phillips, John Spinning, RADM, (1917-1947) OFF Lieutenant
Bristol, Mark Lambert, RADM, (1887-1932) Captain
Irwin, Noble Edward, RADM, (1891-1933) Captain
Pollock, Edwin Taylor, CAPT, (1893-1927) Captain
Wood, Spencer Shepard, RADM, (1882-1921) Captain
GILL, Charles, CAPT, (1903-1939) Lieutenant Commander
REICHMUTH, Ferdinand, VADM, (1906-1946) Lieutenant Commander
SPELLMAN, Francis, RADM, (1917-1947) Lieutenant
Browning, Miles, RADM, (1917-1947) Ensign
Momsen, Charles, VADM, (1919-1955) Ensign
HOPWOOD, Herbert G., ADM, (1919-1960) Midshipman

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