Albert Ware Marshall, American naval officer. member Pacific Coast Section, Board of Inspection and Survey, 1933-1935; Member Royal Arcanum.
Marshall, Albert Ware was born on April 6, 1874 in Greenville, Texas, United States. Son of Andrew Soule and Mary Jane (Martin) Marshall.
Graduated from the United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, 1896, Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island, 1920. Designated naval aviator, Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Florida, 1926.
1 son, Ware. Commissioned assistant engineer, United States Navy, 1898. Advanced through grades to commander, 1915, captain, 1920, rear admiral, June 1928. Commanded United States Ship Baltimore, World War, engaged in mine planting operations off north coast of Ireland, later in North Sea Mine Barrage.
Commander of destroyer squadron, chief of staff to commander destroyer squadrons, 1921-1922. Commander aircraft squadrons, Battle Fleet, 1922. In Office of Naval Operations, 1924-1927.
Commanding United States Ship Lexington (aircraft carrier), 1927-1928. Commander aircraft squadrons, Scouting Fleet, September 1928-May 1929. Commander Naval Air Station, Pensacola, May 1929-July 1931.
Commander Train Squadron 1, Fleet Base Force, 1931-1933. Senior member Pacific Coast Section, Board of Inspection and Survey, 1933-1935. Commander 15th Naval District, Canal Zone, 1935-1937.
Navy Department, 1937-1938. Retired 1938.
Member Pacific Coast Section, Board of Inspection and Survey, 1933-1935. Member Royal Arcanum. Clubs: Army and Navy, Army and Navy Country (Washington).