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Vice Admiral Theodore S. Wilkinson, USN, (1888-1946)
Group views taken 1914-1940

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Photo #: NH 83934

USS Florida
(BB-30)

View taken circa 1914 at the time of the Vera Cruz, Mexico operation showing Ensign Theodore S. Wilkinson, USN, (left), with his company, which he led in combat, 21-22 April 1914. He was awarded the Medal of Honor for "distinguished conduct in battle" at Vera Cruz.

Collection of Vice Admiral Theodore S. Wilkinson, USN, courtesy of the Naval Historical Foundation, Washington, D.C.

U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command Photograph

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Photo #: NH 83944

Vice Admiral A. L. Willard, USN


View taken while as Commander, Scouting Fleet on board flagship USS Augusta (CA-31), circa 1931. Original photograph reads, "To Commander T.S. Wilkinson, USN, with affectionate regards and best wishes." Wilkinson was Force Gunnery Officer at the time on Willard's Staff.

Collection of Vice Admiral Theodore S. Wilkinson, USN, courtesy of the Naval Historical Foundation, Washington, D.C.

U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command Photograph

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Photo #: NH 50175

The General Board of the Navy


Meeting at the Navy Department, Washington, D.C., 1932.
Those seated: (left to right):
Rear Admiral Mark L. Bristol, USN;
Rear Admiral Charles B. McVay, Jr., USN;
Captain John W. Greenslade, USN;
Commander Theodore S. Wilkinson (Secretary),USN;
Rear Admiral Jehu V. Chase, USN;
and Captain Cyrus W. Cole, USN
Standing: (left to right):
Lieutenant Colonel Lewis C. Lucas,USMC (Retired);
and Commander Edgar M. Williams, USN.

Number over the door in left center is "2748", indicating that this office was located on the second deck of the "Main Navy" Building.
Note portrait of Admiral of the Navy George Dewey, first President of the General Board, on the wall to the left.

U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command Photograph

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Photo #: NH 83718

USS Indianapolis
(CA-35)

View taken circa 1935 shows Captain W.S. McClintic, USN, Commanding Officer, and Commander Theodore S. Wilkinson, USN, Executive Officer. Note life ring in center background.

Collection of Vice Admiral Theodore S. Wilkinson, USN, courtesy of the Naval Historical Foundation, Washington, D.C.

U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command Photograph

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Photo #: NH 64858

USS Indianapolis
(CA-35)

Ship's new Commanding Officer, Captain Henry Kent Hewitt, USN, inspects the Marine Detachment, while assuming command, 16 March 1936.
Also in the reviewing party are the ship's Executive Officer, Commander Theodore S. Wilkinson (left) and First Lieutenant John D. Blanchard, USMC.
Marines are "Presenting Arms" with M1903 rifles.

Collection of Admiral Henry Kent Hewitt, USN, courtesy of the Naval Historical Foundation, Washington, D.C.

U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command Photograph

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Photo #: NH 90928

Officers of the U.S. Navy Hawaiian Detachment


With senior U.S. Army Officers, on the steps of Headquarters Department of Hawaii, circa 1939-1940.

Front row: (left to right)
Rear Admiral John H. Newton, USN;
Rear Admiral Royal E. Ingersoll, USN;
Vice Admiral Adolphus Andrews, USN;
Major General Herson, USA;
Rear Admiral Ralston S. Holmes, USN;
Middle Row: (left to right)
Lieutenant Commander Robert C. Bell, USN;
Captain Theodore S. Wilkinson, USN;
Unidentified U.S. Army Officer;
Top row: (left to right)
Unidentified U.S. Army Officer;
Unidentified U.S. Navy Officer;
Lieutenant Flynn, USN (possibly)

Couresty of Mrs. Arthur C. Nagle, 1980.

U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command Photograph

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To the best of our knowledge, the pictures referenced here are all in the Public Domain, and can therefore be freely downloaded and used for any purpose.





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