Joseph Lee Jayne Edit Profile
Graduated from the United States Naval Academy, 1882. Studied Johns Hopkins, 1885-1888 (certificate in applied electricity for which awarded B. Engineering degree, 1927). Courses Torpedo Station and Naval War College.
Ensign, July 1, 1884. Promoted, through grades to rear admiral, October 15, 1917. Retired May 1921. Commanded Torpedo boat Rodgers during Spanish-American War, blockade duty, Cuban coast.
Commanded various vessels, including armored cruisers Colorado and New York. Has served as member Naval and Inter-Departmental Wireless Telegraph bds. and secretary General Board of Navy. Superintendent Naval Observatory, October 16, 1911-1914.
Commanded United States Ship New Jersey and United States Ship Mississippi, 1914-1917. Commanded Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Florida, April-October 29, 1917. Commanded Mississippi to January 31, 1918.
Commanded div. 3, Battleship Force 1, Atlantic Fleet, February 1-September 13, 1918. Commandant 12th Naval District, 1918-1920. Commander Train Pacific Fleet, 1920-1921.
The Gospel of Christ is the message that can lead one to salvation. It shows the essential steps that one must take to secure the goal that God wishes all to attain.
When the Church as a body engages with political issues, it should follow the principles of Christian faith.
Member Naval and Inter-Departmental Wireless Telegraph bds.
Married Elizabeth Tilton Eastman, December 5, 1894. Children: John Kennon, Anna Morwell.