Admiral Thomas Hinman Moorer

January 2005
JFQ: Joint Force Quarterly;Winter2005, Issue 36, p109
The article focuses on the work and contribution of Admiral Thomas Hinman Moorer. Moorer graduated from Naval Academy in 1933. He completed his naval aviation training in 1936 and flew with fighter squadrons based on carriers USS Langley, Lexington, and Enterprise. He was serving with Patrol Squadron 22 at Pearl Harbor when Japanese attacked in 1941. He flew combat missions in Dutch East Indies Campaign and had various tours afloat, which includes acting as operations officer aboard USS Midway and serving on the staff of commander, Carrier Division 4, Atlantic Fleet.


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