In Appreciation: P. X. O'Neill

December 2007
U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Dec2007, Vol. 133 Issue 12, p94
Conference Proceeding
The article acknowledges the contribution of the late Paul Xavier O'Neill to the U.S. Naval Institute. O'Neill enlisted in the Navy in 1945 and was selected to join the Naval Academy class of 1945. He had served as the commanding officer of Construction Battalion 113 in the early 1960s. After resigning from his commission, he founded P. X. Engineering, a company that manufactures equipment for power generation, petroleum processing, and nuclear sciences.


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