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Naval officer

Frederick Edward Haeberle, American naval officer. Awarded Victory Medals, World War I, World World War World War II American Theatre and European and Mediterranean Theatre ribbons, Defense Medal, Legion of Merit, Gold Star in lieu of second Legion of Merit. Member Society Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, American Society of Naval Engineers.

Background

Haeberle, Frederick Edward was born on July 18, 1893 in St. Louis, Missouri, United States. Son of George Frederick and Elizabeth Fay (Corey) Haeberle.

Education

Student of University of Colorado, 1910-1912, Bachelor of Science, United States Naval Academy, 1917. Master of Science, Massachusetts Institute Technology, 1921.

Career

1 son, Frederick Roland. Commissioned ensign, United States Navy, 1917, and advanced through the grades to rear admiral, 1945. Duty on United States Ship Wyoming, 1917-1918.

Designer of the United States ships Lexington and Saratoga and modernization of battleships, Bureau Construction and Repair, 1922-1927. Design superintendent, New York Navy Yard, designing battleships North Carolina, Washington, Iowa, New Jersey, Missouri, Wisconsin, Kentucky, 1937-1942. Head design and construction branches, Bureau of Ships, 1942-1945.

Manager Navy Yard New York, 1945. Commander New York Naval Shipyard, 1945-1949, on duty with Bureau of Ships, 1949-1951. Administrator Webb Institute of Naval Architecture.

Membership

Member Society Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, American Society of Naval Engineers.

Connections

Married Faye Vivian Davis, December 21, 1918.

father:
George Frederick Haeberle

mother:
Elizabeth Fay (Corey) Haeberle

spouse:
Faye Vivian Davis