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Naval officer

Leslie Clark Stevens, American naval officer. Awarded: Legion of Merit, Bronze Star, Commendation Ribbon (United States).

Background

Stevens, Leslie Clark was born on February 19, 1895 in Kearney, Nebraska, United States. Son of Leslie and Amelia Jane (Phillips) Stevens.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Nebraska Wesleyan, 1913. Graduated from the University S. Naval Academy, 1918. Master of Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1922.

Career

1 son, Leslie Clark.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Russian Assignment. Contributor publications.

Membership

Served in Queenstown destroyer forces, World War I. Member national advisory committee for aerospace, 1946-1947. Advanced through grades to rear admiral, United States Navy, 1946, retired as vice admiral, 1951.

Awarded: Legion of Merit, Bronze Star, Commendation Ribbon (United States). Member Institute Aero. Science, American Anthropological Association, Archaeol.

Institute American; Clubs: Explorers, New York Yacht (New York City).

Connections

Married Nell Millikin, June 6, 1918.

father:
Leslie Stevens

mother:
Amelia Jane (Phillips) Stevens

spouse:
Nell Millikin