WALTER W. WEBSTER, CAPT, USN

From USNA Virtual Memorial Hall

Walter Webster '11

Date of birth: July 28, 1888

Date of death: March 16, 1943

Age: 54

Lucky Bag

From the 1911 Lucky Bag:


Loss

Walter was lost on March 16, 1943 when the "two engine Navy bomber" he was aboard crashed near Newtown Square, Pennsylvania. The pilot of the plane, the only other person aboard, was also lost.

He was manager of the naval aircraft factory at the Philadelphia Navy Yard at the time, and was en route to Washington, D.C.

Walter earned his wings as naval aviator #4053 on September 11, 1934; he is listed as a "CDR (CC)." Unclear what the "CC" indicates.

He was a graduate of the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration.

He was survived by his wife, who is buried next to him in Arlington National Cemetery.

Walter's class ring, lost for 30 years, was returned to his wife in July 1949. (Information from the September 1949 issue of Shipmate.)

Namesakes

USS Webster (ARV 2) was named for Walter; the ship was sponsored by his widow.

Webster Field at Priest Point, Maryland, was named for him on June 1, 1943.

Memorial Hall Error

Walter is not listed with his classmates. He was identified through the diligent efforts of Leslie Poche, a volunteer who combed through Shipmate issues to find operational losses not accounted for in Memorial Hall.

Navy Directories & Officer Registers

The "Register of Commissioned and Warrant Officers of the United States Navy and Marine Corps" was published annually from 1815 through at least the 1970s; it provided rank, command or station, and occasionally billet until the beginning of World War II when command/station was no longer included. Scanned copies were reviewed and data entered from the mid-1840s through 1922, when more-frequent Navy Directories were available.

The Navy Directory was a publication that provided information on the command, billet, and rank of every active and retired naval officer. Single editions have been found online from January 1915 and March 1918, and then from three to six editions per year from 1923 through 1940; the final edition is from April 1941.

The entries in both series of documents are sometimes cryptic and confusing. They are often inconsistent, even within an edition, with the name of commands; this is especially true for aviation squadrons in the 1920s and early 1930s.

Alumni listed at the same command may or may not have had significant interactions; they could have shared a stateroom or workspace, stood many hours of watch together… or, especially at the larger commands, they might not have known each other at all. The information provides the opportunity to draw connections that are otherwise invisible, though, and gives a fuller view of the professional experiences of these alumni in Memorial Hall.

January 1912

Midshipman, North Dakota

Others at this command: LCDR Herbert Sparrow '99 and MIDN Sherwood Picking '11.

January 1913

Ensign, Panther

January 1914

Ensign, under instruction, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

January 1915

Assistant Naval Constructor, instr, Mass Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass

January 1916

Lieutenant (j.g.), under instruction; assistant naval constructor, Mass Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass

January 1917

Lieutenant (j.g.), assistant naval constructor, Navy Yard, Puget Sound

Others at this command: LCDR Ralph Griswold '02.

March 1918

Lieutenant, assistant naval constructor, Navy Yard, Puget Sound

January 1919

Lieutenant Commander, assistant naval constructor, Navy Yard, Puget Sound

January 1920

Lieutenant Commander, assistant naval constructor, Navy Yard, Puget Sound

January 1921

Lieutenant Commander, assistant naval constructor, Navy Yard, New York

January 1922

Lieutenant Commander, assistant naval constructor, Navy Yard, New York

May 1923

Commander, Bureau of Aeronautics, Washington, D.C.

Others at this command: RADM William Moffett '90, LCDR Henry Cecil '10, LT Francis Maile, Jr. '15, and LT Hugo Schmidt '16.

July 1923

Commander, Bureau of Aeronautics, Washington, D.C.

Others at this command: RADM William Moffett '90, LCDR Henry Cecil '10, LT Francis Maile, Jr. '15, and LT Hugo Schmidt '16.

September 1923

Commander, Bureau of Aeronautics, Washington, D.C.

Others at this command: RADM William Moffett '90, LCDR Robert Burg '08, LCDR Henry Cecil '10, and LT Francis Maile, Jr. '15.

November 1923

Commander, Bureau of Aeronautics, Washington, D.C.

Others at this command: RADM William Moffett '90, LCDR Robert Burg '08, LCDR Henry Cecil '10, LT Francis Maile, Jr. '15, and LT Robert Fleming '17.

January 1924

Commander, Bureau of Aeronautics, Washington, D.C.

Others at this command: RADM William Moffett '90, LCDR Robert Burg '08, LCDR Zachary Lansdowne '09, LCDR Henry Cecil '10, LT Francis Maile, Jr. '15, and LT Robert Fleming '17.

March 1924

Commander, Bureau of Aeronautics, Washington, D.C.

Others at this command: RADM William Moffett '90, LCDR Robert Burg '08, LCDR Henry Cecil '10, and LT Francis Maile, Jr. '15.

May 1924

Commander, Bureau of Aeronautics, Washington, D.C.

Others at this command: RADM William Moffett '90, LCDR Robert Burg '08, LCDR Henry Cecil '10, LT Francis Maile, Jr. '15, and LT Howard Councill '17.

July 1924

Commander, Bureau of Aeronautics, Washington, D.C.

Others at this command: RADM William Moffett '90, LCDR Henry Cecil '10, LT Francis Maile, Jr. '15, LT Henry Mullinnix '16, and LT Howard Councill '17.

September 1924

Commander, Bureau of Aeronautics, Washington, D.C.

Others at this command: RADM William Moffett '90, LCDR Henry Cecil '10, LT Francis Maile, Jr. '15, ENS Henry Mullinnix '16, and ENS Howard Councill '17.

November 1924

Commander, Bureau of Aeronautics, Washington, D.C.

Others at this command: RADM William Moffett '90, LT Francis Maile, Jr. '15, ENS Henry Mullinnix '16, ENS Howard Councill '17, and LT Stanton Wooster '17.

January 1925

Commander, Bureau of Aeronautics, Washington, D.C.

Others at this command: RADM William Moffett '90, LT Henry Mullinnix '16, LT Howard Councill '17, and LT Stanton Wooster '17.

March 1925

Commander, Bureau of Aeronautics, Washington, D.C.

Others at this command: RADM William Moffett '90, LT Henry Mullinnix '16, LT Howard Councill '17, and LT Stanton Wooster '17.

May 1925

Commander, Bureau of Aeronautics, Washington, D.C.

Others at this command: RADM William Moffett '90, LT Henry Mullinnix '16, LT Howard Councill '17, and LT Stanton Wooster '17.

July 1925

Commander, Bureau of Aeronautics, Washington, D.C.

Others at this command: RADM William Moffett '90, LT Henry Mullinnix '16, LT Howard Councill '17, LT Stanton Wooster '17, and LTjg Frank Conant, II '20.

October 1925

Commander, Naval Aircraft Factory, Navy Yard, Philadelphia

Others at this command: CDR Robert Cabaniss '06.

January 1926

Commander, Naval Aircraft Factory, Navy Yard, Philadelphia

Others at this command: CDR Robert Cabaniss '06.

October 1926

Commander, Naval Aircraft Factory, Navy Yard, Philadelphia

January 1927

Commander, Naval Aircraft Factory, Navy Yard, Philadelphia

April 1927

Commander, Naval Aircraft Factory, Navy Yard, Philadelphia

Others at or embarked at Navy Yard, Philadelphia: 2LT Joseph Wolfe '26 (Marine Corps Schools), 2LT Lofton Henderson '26 (Marine Corps Schools), and 2LT Thomas Jordan '26 (Marine Corps Schools).

October 1927

Commander, Naval Aircraft Factory, Navy Yard, Philadelphia

January 1928

Commander, Naval Aircraft Factory, Navy Yard, Philadelphia

April 1928

Commander, Naval Aircraft Factory, Navy Yard, Philadelphia

July 1928

Commander, Naval Aircraft Factory, Navy Yard, Philadelphia

October 1928

Commander, Naval Aircraft Factory, Navy Yard, Philadelphia

January 1929

Commander, Naval Aircraft Factory, Navy Yard, Philadelphia

April 1929

Commander, Naval Aircraft Factory, Navy Yard, Philadelphia

July 1929

Commander, Bureau of Aeronautics, Washington, D.C.

Others at this command: RADM William Moffett '90 and LCDR Henry Cecil '10.

October 1929

Commander, Bureau of Aeronautics, Washington, D.C.

Others at this command: RADM William Moffett '90 and LCDR Henry Cecil '10.

January 1930

Commander, Bureau of Aeronautics, Washington, D.C.

Others at this command: RADM William Moffett '90 and LCDR Henry Cecil '10.

April 1930

Commander, Bureau of Aeronautics, Washington, D.C.

Others at this command: RADM William Moffett '90 and LCDR Henry Cecil '10.

October 1930

Commander, Bureau of Aeronautics, Washington, D.C.

Others at this command: RADM William Moffett '90 and CDR Henry Cecil '10.

January 1931

Commander, Bureau of Aeronautics, Washington, D.C.

Others at this command: RADM William Moffett '90 and CDR Henry Cecil '10.

April 1931

Commander, Bureau of Aeronautics, Washington, D.C.

Others at this command: RADM William Moffett '90 and CDR Henry Cecil '10.

July 1931

Commander, Bureau of Aeronautics, Washington, D.C.

Others at this command: RADM William Moffett '90, CDR Henry Cecil '10, and LCDR Robert Fleming '17.

October 1931

Commander, Bureau of Aeronautics, Washington, D.C.

Others at this command: RADM William Moffett '90, CDR Henry Cecil '10, and LCDR Robert Fleming '17.

January 1932

Commander, Bureau of Aeronautics, Washington, D.C.

Others at this command: RADM William Moffett '90, CDR Henry Cecil '10, and LCDR Robert Fleming '17.

April 1932

Commander, Bureau of Aeronautics, Washington, D.C.

Others at this command: RADM William Moffett '90, CDR Henry Cecil '10, and LCDR Robert Fleming '17.

October 1932

Commander, Bureau of Aeronautics, Washington, D.C.

Others at this command: RADM William Moffett '90, CDR Henry Cecil '10, and LCDR Robert Fleming '17.

January 1933

Commander, Bureau of Aeronautics, Washington, D.C.

Others at this command: RADM William Moffett '90, CDR Henry Cecil '10, and LCDR Robert Fleming '17.

April 1933

Commander, Bureau of Aeronautics, Washington, D.C.

Others at this command: RADM William Moffett '90 and LCDR Robert Fleming '17.

July 1933

Commander, Bureau of Aeronautics, Washington, D.C.

Others at this command: LCDR Francis Maile, Jr. '15.

October 1934

Commander, staff, Aircraft Squadrons, USS Saratoga

Others at this command: LT Arnold Isbell '21, LTjg Harold Richards '27, and LTjg Robert Patten '30.

Others at or embarked at USS Saratoga: LT John Jones '21 (USS Saratoga), LT Matthias Marple, Jr. '23 (Fighting Plane Squadron (VF) 6B), LT Charles McDonald '24 (Bombing Plane Squadron (VB) 2B), LTjg Leonard Southerland '27 (Fighting Plane Squadron (VF) 6B), LTjg Loren Morris '27 (Scouting Plane Squadron (VS) 2B), LTjg Carl Lindgren '28 (Scouting Plane Squadron (VS) 2B), LTjg Bruce Van Voorhis '29 (Bombing Plane Squadron (VB) 2B), LTjg Mathias Wyatt '29 (Fighting Plane Squadron (VF) 6B), LTjg Charles Ostrom '30 (Scouting Plane Squadron (VS) 2B), LTjg Charles Palmer, Sr. '31 (Bombing Plane Squadron (VB) 2B), ENS George Stone '31 (USS Saratoga), LTjg James Murphy '31 (Torpedo Plane Squadron (VT) 2B), ENS Albert Gates, Jr. '32 (USS Saratoga), ENS Bertram Prueher '33 (USS Saratoga), ENS Paul Burton '33 (USS Saratoga), ENS Robert Fair '33 (USS Saratoga), and ENS Wendell Froling '34 (USS Saratoga).

January 1935

Commander, staff, Aircraft Squadrons, USS Saratoga

Others at this command: LT Arnold Isbell '21, LTjg Harold Richards '27, LTjg Edward Blessman '31, and LTjg Ford Wallace '31.

Others at or embarked at USS Saratoga: LT John Jones '21 (USS Saratoga), LT Matthias Marple, Jr. '23 (Fighting Plane Squadron (VF) 6B), LT Charles McDonald '24 (Bombing Plane Squadron (VB) 2B), LTjg Leonard Southerland '27 (Fighting Plane Squadron (VF) 6B), LTjg Loren Morris '27 (Scouting Plane Squadron (VS) 2B), LTjg Carl Lindgren '28 (Scouting Plane Squadron (VS) 2B), LTjg Bruce Van Voorhis '29 (Bombing Plane Squadron (VB) 2B), LTjg Mathias Wyatt '29 (Fighting Plane Squadron (VF) 6B), LTjg Charles Ostrom '30 (Scouting Plane Squadron (VS) 2B), LTjg Charles Palmer, Sr. '31 (Bombing Plane Squadron (VB) 2B), LTjg George Stone '31 (USS Saratoga), LTjg James Murphy '31 (Torpedo Plane Squadron (VT) 2B), ENS Albert Gates, Jr. '32 (USS Saratoga), ENS Bertram Prueher '33 (USS Saratoga), ENS Paul Burton '33 (USS Saratoga), ENS Robert Fair '33 (USS Saratoga), and ENS Wendell Froling '34 (USS Saratoga).

April 1935

Commander, staff, Aircraft Squadrons, USS Saratoga

Others at this command: LT Arnold Isbell '21 and LTjg Harold Richards '27.

Others at or embarked at USS Saratoga: LT John Jones '21 (USS Saratoga), LT Matthias Marple, Jr. '23 (Fighting Plane Squadron (VF) 6B), LT Charles McDonald '24 (Bombing Plane Squadron (VB) 2B), LTjg Leonard Southerland '27 (Fighting Plane Squadron (VF) 6B), LTjg Loren Morris '27 (Scouting Plane Squadron (VS) 2B), LTjg Bruce Van Voorhis '29 (Bombing Plane Squadron (VB) 2B), LTjg Mathias Wyatt '29 (Fighting Plane Squadron (VF) 6B), LTjg Charles Ostrom '30 (Scouting Plane Squadron (VS) 2B), LTjg Charles Palmer, Sr. '31 (Bombing Plane Squadron (VB) 2B), LTjg Edward Blessman '31 (Scouting Plane Squadron (VS) 2B), LTjg Ford Wallace '31 (Fighting Plane Squadron (VF) 6B), LTjg James Murphy '31 (Torpedo Plane Squadron (VT) 2B), ENS Albert Gates, Jr. '32 (USS Saratoga), ENS Bertram Prueher '33 (USS Saratoga), ENS Paul Burton '33 (USS Saratoga), and ENS Wendell Froling '34 (USS Saratoga).

October 1935

Commander, staff, Aircraft Squadrons, USS Saratoga

Others at this command: LT Arnold Isbell '21 and LTjg Harold Richards '27.

Others at or embarked at USS Saratoga: LT John Gillon '20 (Scouting Plane Squadron (VS) 2B), LT Charles McDonald '24 (Bombing Plane Squadron (VB) 2B), LTjg Charles Signer '26 (Fighting Plane Squadron (VF) 6B), LTjg Ralph Smith '26 (USS Saratoga), LTjg Elmer Cooper '27 (Bombing Plane Squadron (VB) 2B), LTjg Leonard Southerland '27 (Fighting Plane Squadron (VF) 6B), LTjg Loren Morris '27 (Scouting Plane Squadron (VS) 2B), LTjg Oliver White '30 (Scouting Plane Squadron (VS) 2B), LTjg Alfred Tucker, III '31 (USS Saratoga), LTjg Edward Blessman '31 (Scouting Plane Squadron (VS) 2B), LTjg Ford Wallace '31 (Fighting Plane Squadron (VF) 6B), LTjg James Murphy '31 (Torpedo Plane Squadron (VT) 2B), LTjg Thomas Ashworth, Jr. '31 (Fighting Plane Squadron (VF) 6B), LTjg Albert Gates, Jr. '32 (USS Saratoga), ENS Paul Burton '33 (USS Saratoga), ENS Wendell Froling '34 (USS Saratoga), and ENS Maurice Fitzgerald '35 (USS Saratoga).

January 1936

Commander, staff, Aircraft Squadrons, USS Saratoga

Others at this command: LT Arnold Isbell '21 and LTjg Harold Richards '27.

Others at or embarked at USS Saratoga: LCDR John Gillon '20 (Scouting Plane Squadron (VS) 2B), LT Charles McDonald '24 (Bombing Plane Squadron (VB) 2B), LT Richard Moss '24 (Bombing Plane Squadron (VB) 2B), LTjg Charles Signer '26 (Fighting Plane Squadron (VF) 6B), LTjg Elmer Cooper '27 (Bombing Plane Squadron (VB) 2B), LTjg Leonard Southerland '27 (Fighting Plane Squadron (VF) 6B), LTjg Loren Morris '27 (Scouting Plane Squadron (VS) 2B), LTjg Oliver White '30 (Scouting Plane Squadron (VS) 2B), LTjg Edward Blessman '31 (Scouting Plane Squadron (VS) 2B), LTjg Ford Wallace '31 (Fighting Plane Squadron (VF) 6B), LTjg James Murphy '31 (Torpedo Plane Squadron (VT) 2B), LTjg Thomas Ashworth, Jr. '31 (Fighting Plane Squadron (VF) 6B), LTjg Albert Gates, Jr. '32 (USS Saratoga), LTjg Edwin Hurst '32 (Bombing Plane Squadron (VB) 2B), ENS Wendell Froling '34 (USS Saratoga), and ENS Maurice Fitzgerald '35 (USS Saratoga).

April 1936

Commander, staff, Aircraft Squadrons, USS Saratoga

Others at this command: LT Arnold Isbell '21 and LTjg Harold Richards '27.

Others at or embarked at USS Saratoga: LCDR John Gillon '20 (Scouting Plane Squadron (VS) 2B), LT Charles McDonald '24 (Bombing Plane Squadron (VB) 2B), LT Richard Moss '24 (Bombing Plane Squadron (VB) 2B), LTjg Charles Signer '26 (Fighting Plane Squadron (VF) 6B), LTjg Elmer Cooper '27 (Bombing Plane Squadron (VB) 2B), LTjg Leonard Southerland '27 (Fighting Plane Squadron (VF) 6B), LTjg Loren Morris '27 (Scouting Plane Squadron (VS) 2B), LTjg Edward Blessman '31 (Scouting Plane Squadron (VS) 2B), LTjg Ford Wallace '31 (Fighting Plane Squadron (VF) 6B), LTjg James Murphy '31 (Torpedo Plane Squadron (VT) 2B), LTjg Thomas Ashworth, Jr. '31 (Fighting Plane Squadron (VF) 6B), LTjg Albert Gates, Jr. '32 (USS Saratoga), LTjg Edwin Hurst '32 (Bombing Plane Squadron (VB) 2B), ENS Wendell Froling '34 (USS Saratoga), and ENS Maurice Fitzgerald '35 (USS Saratoga).

July 1936

Commander, manager, Naval Aircraft Factory, Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Others at or embarked at Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: CAPT David Claude '24 (Marine Corps Schools, Marine Barracks).

January 1937

Commander, manager, Naval Aircraft Factory, Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Others at or embarked at Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: CAPT David Claude '24 (Marine Corps Schools, Marine Barracks), ENS George Fuller '35 (Naval Finance & Supply School), and ENS Graham Bright '35 (Naval Finance & Supply School).

April 1937

Commander, manager, Naval Aircraft Factory, Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Others at or embarked at Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: CAPT David Claude '24 (Marine Corps Schools, Marine Barracks), LTjg Dudley Morton '30 (Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), ENS George Fuller '35 (Naval Finance & Supply School), ENS Graham Bright '35 (Naval Finance & Supply School), 2LT Ralph Haas '36 (Marine Corps Schools, Marine Barracks), and 2LT Robert Moore '36 (Marine Corps Schools, Marine Barracks).

September 1937

Commander, manager, Naval Aircraft Factory, Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Others at or embarked at Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: LT John Welch '23 (Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), LT Thomas Fraser '24 (Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), LTjg Dudley Morton '30 (Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), 2LT Robert Moore '36 (Marine Corps Schools, Marine Barracks), 2LT Alben Robertson '37 (Marine Corps Schools, Marine Barracks), 2LT James Bromeyer '37 (Marine Corps Schools, Marine Barracks), 2LT Radford West '37 (Marine Corps Schools, Marine Barracks), and 2LT Robert Ruge '37 (Marine Corps Schools, Marine Barracks).

January 1938

Commander, manager, Naval Aircraft Factory, Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Others at or embarked at Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: LT John Welch '23 (Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), LT Dudley Morton '30 (Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), 2LT Alben Robertson '37 (Marine Corps Schools, Marine Barracks), 2LT James Bromeyer '37 (Marine Corps Schools, Marine Barracks), 2LT Radford West '37 (Marine Corps Schools, Marine Barracks), and 2LT Robert Ruge '37 (Marine Corps Schools, Marine Barracks).

July 1938

Commander, manager, Naval Aircraft Factory, Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Others at this command: LTjg Edward Allen '31.

Others at or embarked at Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: LT John Welch '23 (Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), LT Dudley Morton '30 (Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), 2LT Dorrance Radcliffe '38 (Marine Corps Schools, Marine Barracks), 2LT Douglas Keeler '38 (Marine Corps Schools, Marine Barracks), 2LT James Owens '38 (Marine Corps Schools, Marine Barracks), and 2LT John Maclaughlin, Jr. '38 (Marine Corps Schools, Marine Barracks).

January 1939

Captain, manager, Naval Aircraft Factory, Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Others at this command: LTjg Edward Allen '31.

Others at or embarked at Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: LT John Welch '23 (Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), LT Dudley Morton '30 (Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), ENS Louis Gulliver, Jr. '36 (Naval Finance and Supply School), 2LT Dorrance Radcliffe '38 (Marine Corps Schools, Marine Barracks), 2LT Douglas Keeler '38 (Marine Corps Schools, Marine Barracks), 2LT James Owens '38 (Marine Corps Schools, Marine Barracks), and 2LT John Maclaughlin, Jr. '38 (Marine Corps Schools, Marine Barracks).

October 1939

Captain, manager, Naval Aircraft Factory, Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Others at this command: LT Donald Lovelace '28 and LTjg Edward Allen '31.

Others at or embarked at Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: ENS Lewis Davis '37 (Naval Finance & Supply School), 2LT John Maclaughlin, Jr. '38 (Marine Barracks), 2LT Alfred Gordon '39 (Marine Corps Schools, Marine Barracks), 2LT Carter Simpson '39 (Marine Corps Schools, Marine Barracks), 2LT Hugh Tistadt, Jr. '39 (Marine Corps Schools, Marine Barracks), 2LT John Fantone '39 (Marine Corps Schools, Marine Barracks), 2LT Ralph Mann, Jr. '39 (Marine Corps Schools, Marine Barracks), 2LT Willard Holdredge '39 (Marine Corps Schools, Marine Barracks), 2LT William Harris '39 (Marine Corps Schools, Marine Barracks), 2LT William Hogaboom '39 (Marine Corps Schools, Marine Barracks), and 2LT William Pace '39 (Marine Corps Schools, Marine Barracks).

June 1940

Captain, Bureau of Aeronautics, Washington, D.C.

Others at this command: LT Henry Dozier '27 and LTjg Albert Major, Jr. '32.

November 1940

Captain, Bureau of Aeronautics, Washington, D.C.

Others at this command: LT Henry Dozier '27.

April 1941

Captain, Bureau of Aeronautics, Washington, D.C.

Others at this command: LT Henry Dozier '27.


Class of 1911

Walter is one of 15 members of the Class of 1911 on Virtual Memorial Hall.