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William R. Furlong

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Bureau of Ordnance

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Commander, Rear Admiral

U.S. Navy


Rear Admiral

USN


Web References(15 Total References)


Asisbiz The Official Chronology of the U.S. Navy in World War II 1941

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Rear Admiral William P. Blandy relieves Rear Admiral William R. Furlong as Chief of the Bureau of Ordnance.
Rear Admiral William R. Furlong breaks his flag as Commander Minecraft Battle Force.


www.destroyerhistory.org

The next day, a number of high-ranking officers informally inspected the new destroyer-the first of the Sims class to be placed in commission-Admiral Harold R. Stark, the Chief of Naval Operations, accompanied by Capt. H. T. Markland; Rear Admirals Robert L. Ghormley, Director of War Plans, and William R. Furlong, Chief of the Bureau of Ordnance, as well as Charles Edison, the Acting Secretary of the Navy.


WWII Forums: Today In the History Of Atlantic and Mediterranean Theaters

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-Rear Admiral William P. Blandy relieves Rear Admiral William R. Furlong as Chief of the Bureau of Ordnance.



Who Designed America’s Symbols? - UNITED SYMBOLISM OF AMERICA

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As Rear Admiral William Furlong and Commodore Byron McCandless concluded in their Smithsonian publication, So Proudly We Hail: "The journals of the Continental Congress clearly show that he designed the flag."4


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