Nagumo was born in the city of Yonezawa, Yamagata Prefecture in northern Japan in 1887. He graduated from the 36th class of the Imperial Japanese Naval Academy in 1908, with a ranking of 8 out of a class of 191 cadets. As a midshipman, he served in the protected cruisers Soya and Niitaka and the armored cruiser Nisshin. After his promotion to ensign in 1910, he was assigned to cruiser Asama. After attending torpedo and naval artillery schools, he was promoted to sub-lieutenant and served in the battleship Aki, followed by the destroyer Hatsuyuki.
Returning home, he was transferred to the submarine service in early 1909. Promoted to lieutenant in January 1910, Nimitz commanded several early submarines before being named Commander, 3rd Submarine Division, Atlantic Torpedo Fleet in October 1911. Ordered to Boston the following month to oversee the fitting out of USS Skipjack (E-1), Nimitz received a silver Lifesaving Medal for rescuing a drowning sailor in March 1912. Leading the Atlantic Submarine Flotilla from May 1912 to March 1913, Nimitz was assigned to
At age 13, he made a battery powered automobile. In 1930, at the age of twenty, Jacques entered the French Naval Academy. From 1933 to 1935 he served in the Far East aboard the cruiser Primaguet and ashore in Shanghai. He trained as a Navy flier until a serious automobile accident ended his aviation career. For his war efforts he was awarded two medals, One for honor, and the other, A Purple Heart.
After boot camp I went to MCT and MOS school. MCT was Marine combat training and that was a few months after boot camp. Then I went to MOS school to learn how to drive Military vehicles. These two schools did not last long but was important in my training. While I was in MOS school one of the instructors came into the classroom, and told us “You are all going
In 1954 Lugar received his degree from Denison and went on to be a Rhodes Scholar at Pembroke College on the campus of Oxford University, in England. Richard and Charlene were married in September, 1956, and now have four sons and six grandchildren. After completing studies at Oxford, Dick Lugar went to the American Embassy in London, England and promptly enlisted in the Navy as an intelligence briefer and was responsible for giving intelligence reports to 'high brass', including the President of the United States, Dwight D. Eisenhower. Along with Senator Lugar's political achievements, he has occupied positions in the private sector, as well as a stint in the United States Navy. As a young
With this money he was able to purchase five old houses in Plains. Upon his graduation from high school in 1941, Carter enrolled in Georgia Southwestern College, but in 1942 he was appointed to the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis. Carter entered the academy in 1943 and showed a special talent for electronics
Ron Paul was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He graduated from Gettysburg College and Duke University School of Medicine. Before being admitted into college he served as a flight surgeon in the U.S Air Force during the 1960s. Ron Paul progressed in his life with his wife, Carol Paul; they moved to Texas as Ron furthered his career in the field of obstetrics/gynecology. During his practice he has delivered more than 4,000 infants.
Throughout the course of his life, he influenced many people and had a hand in furthering many fields of science. Darwin was born on February 12, 1809 in the town of Shrewsbury, England. By 1825, he was taking his first medical classes at the University of Edinburgh. Then in 1827, he enrolled in Cambridge, he graduated in 1831, without honors, and then planned to stay for a two-year residency, but he decided to take a journey on the HMS Beagle that set off on 27th of December. From February 1832 to May 1834, the Beagle spent its time on the east coast of South America and the surrounding islands.
Haley was born in Ithaca, New York, on August 11, 1921. He is older then 3 brothers and a sister. Haley lived with his family in Henning, before he returned to Ithaca with his family when he was five years old. Haley's father was a professor of agriculture at Alabama A&M University. The younger Haley always spoke proudly of his father and the stuff of racism he had overcome.