Port Admiral (United States Navy)


Port Admiral (United States Navy)

:"See Port Admiral for other meanings."Port Admiral is an honorific rank in the United States Navy, for the senior officer of the ships in a naval dockyard. Examples include Samuel Livingston Breese from 1869 to 1870 in Philadelphia. The Port Admiral usually has a flagship, examples of which include USS|Roanoke|1855|6 for the New York Port Admiral from 1865 to 1874.


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