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Navy's Bureau of Ordnance, he was also concerned on a smaller scale with guns and felt that sailors should be properly armed on landing parties and during ship-to-ship or ship-to-shore actions.
Commissioned a lieutenant (junior grade) in 1944, she was assigned to the Bureau of Ordnance and immediately became involved in the development of the then-embryonic electronic computer.
Army Bureau of Ordnance, Raritan Arsenal, Metuchen, NJ (1948-1950); graduate teaching assistant, Department of Biology, BGSU at Bowling Green (1951-1954); high school biology instructor, Fremont (OH) City schools (1954-1965); supervisor of student training, BGSU at Bowling Green (1955-1965); part-time instructor in biology, Fremont and Sandusky branches, BGSU (1959-1965); research fellow, U.
As early as 1861, Sharps had supplied the Bureau of Ordnance with a sample of a 56-caliber rimfire conversion, but it was not until 1867 that a formal contract was signed, calling for the conversion of 1,000 percussion models a month to the newly adopted .
The investigation focuses on the Mark 14 torpedo and relies on Bureau of Ordnance archives along with submarine veteran interviews.
He had, however, wanted to contribute to the war effort in some way, and for a while had worked for the US Navy's Bureau of Ordnance, for which he received the princely sum of 25 dollars a day.
During World War II, he was chief of the Bureau of Ordnance of the Navy from 1941 to 1943, and then commander of Amphibious Group No.
17, 1955, the Secretary of the Navy directed the Navy Bureau of Ordnance to form a Special Project Office (SPO) headed by a project officer of flag rank.