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Admiral James L. Holloway III. Hearing, Ninety-third Congress, second session, on nomination of Admiral James L. Holloway III, to be Chief of Naval Operations. by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Armed Services.

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Published by U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Holloway, James L., 1922-

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Edition Notes

StatementMay 30, 1974.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsKF26 .A7 1974f
The Physical Object
Paginationii, 13 p.
Number of Pages13
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5167088M
LC Control Number74602175

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Adm. James Holloway describes this book as a contemporary perspective of the events, decisions, and outcomes in the history of the Cold War--Korea, Vietnam, and the Soviet confrontation--that shaped today's U.S. Navy and its principal ships-of-the-line, the large-deck, nuclear-powered aircraft carriers. Without question, the admiral is exceptionally well qualified to write such an expansive. A Tribute to Admiral James L. Holloway, III '39 Febru - Novem With the passing of Admiral James Lemuel Holloway III, USN (Ret.) ’39 on Novem Saint James School mourns the loss of one of its most notable alumni. Adm. James L. Holloway III (left) congratulates Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy Robert Walker in June U.S. Navy. Holloway served as a surface warfare officer in WWII, as a naval aviator in the Korean War and as a carrier skipper, task force commander and . James Lemuel Holloway III was born in Charleston, SC, on Febru to James L. Holloway, Jr., and Jean Gordon Hagood. His father was a member of the U.S. Naval Academy Class of , and attained the rank of Admiral, distinguishing them as the only father-son pair in the history of the Navy to achieve that rank during active service.

Admiral James L. Holloway III served in combat under direct enemy fire in World War II, Korea, and Vietnam. Commander of the first nuclear warship to engage in combat- the USS Enterprise - he became the first nuclear-trained officer to serve as Chief of Naval Operations. Holloway's remarkable career spanned the Cold War, rising through the ranks to four-star admiral - from carrier pilot to one.   Admiral James Holloway III has died at the age of He had dementia, said his daughter Jane Holloway, and “finally got to landing on that great big carrier in the sky.” Seventy-five years ago, on Octo , Holloway served as a gunnery officer on the destroyer Bennion. James L. Holloway III graduated from the U. S. Naval Academy in and served in destroyers during World War II, shooting down three Zeros at the Battle of Leyte Gulf as gunnery officer of the Bennion. He became a naval aviator in and flew combat missions in Korea, where he was promoted to the command of a jet fighter squadron.   It was a time of great transition for the United States when Admiral James L. Holloway III took the helm as the Navy’s top military leader, member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and acting Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff in , as the Navy was transitioning after the Vietnam War from the draft to an all-volunteer force.