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Marine engineer , Naval architect

Harry Allen Jackson, American naval architect, marine engineer. Professional engineer, New Hampshire, Washington, Connecticut. Fellow Society Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (David. W. Taylor medal 1993), Royal Institute Naval Architects; member American Society Naval Engineers (honorary Harold E. Saunders award 1980).

Background

Jackson, Harry Allen was born on December 7, 1916 in Saginaw, Michigan, United States. Son of Allen D. and Ina Ruth (Lorimer) Jackson.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Michigan, 1940.

Career

Commissioned captain United States Navy, 1935, naval architect, 1941-1969, retired, 1969. Private practice in engineering Groton, Connecticut, from 1969. Director SEA Inc., San Diego, California, since 1978.

Senior lecturer Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, since 1971.

Achievements

  • Professional engineer, New Hampshire, Washington, Connecticut.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • Author: (textbook) Submarine Design Notes, 1982. Contributor technical papers to professional journals.

Membership

Fellow Society Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (David. W. Taylor medal 1993), Royal Institute Naval Architects. Member American Society Naval Engineers (honorary Harold E. Saunders award 1980).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Sailing, metal and wood working.

Connections

Married Mary Rebecca McElroy, April 15, 1944. Children: Harry Allen Junior, Lisle Annual.

father:
Allen D. Jackson

mother:
Ina Ruth (Lorimer) Jackson

spouse:
Mary Rebecca McElroy

child:
Harry Allen Junior Jackson

child:
Lisle Annual Jackson