Student, University Maryland. Doctor of Philosophy (honorary), Union College, Tokyo, 1953.
Commissioned Lieutenant (junior grade), United States Naval Reserve, 1939; active duty, United States Navy, 1940; advanced through grades to commander, United States Navy commanded underwater demolition teams, United States Navy, 1945-1958; retired, United States Navy, 1960; master mariner, Merchant Marines, worldwide, 1928-1980; correspondent, editor, Mutual News Broadcasting Company, Asia, 1961-1964; foreign advisor, Japan Air Lines, Tokyo, 1964-1966; Far East representative, Tetra Tech, Inc., 1970-1972; conductor market surveys, Pacific Business Associations, Tokyo, Guam, Bangkok, since 1971; dean faculty, Yokohama Gaigo Business College, 1975-1977. Consultant, lecturer, science presenter universities, corporations worldwide, 1950-1972.
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Counselor City of Torrance, California, 1952. Member American Association for the Advancement of Science, United States Naval History Society, United States Naval Institute, Asian Council (founder 1965, Tokyo), Smithsonian Associates, Foreign Corresponding Club (Japan), Japan National Press Club, Propeller Club United States of America Port of Yokohama/Tokyo (past president), St. Andrews Society (Tokyo), Royal Society St. George, Armed Forces Writers League (professional division), Toastmasters International (past president Yokohama chapter).
Children: Bruce Douglas, Nancy Barbara, Duncan Alan, Alex Gordon, Ian James, Karen Zoe, Janet Maki, Noelle Kirishima, Francis Scott, Rowland Ryotaru. Married Hiroko Hayashi (divorced).