Thursday, July 23, 2015

USNA Grad Selected to Direct Navy Nuclear Propulsion

Congratulations to 1981 USNA graduate Vice Adm. James F. Caldwell, Jr.!

Secretary of Defense Ash Carter announced yesterday that the president has nominated Vice Adm. Caldwell for appointment to the rank of admiral and for assignment as director for Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program.

Caldwell will be the 7th director of the program since its establishment in 1949. Of those seven, all but one have been USNA graduates.


  1. Congratulations to my Plebe Summer roommate, who was always the most squared away. He was the fourth generation from his family to graduate, and has become the third to attain flag rank. I also had the honor to serve with him as a Division Officer on USS Boston (SSN-703).

  2. Ah uses hydrogen too - cool it but not direct f(x)'s.
    Means a lot of problems people - screws up lipid bilayers hmm.

  3. Nice USB hacking Admiral - faker of nucleus information - only inorganic particles. In - locative not un-living - interpretation of law is contained in it.


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