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John Hazard Carson
Vice Admiral, United States Navy
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Biography And Photo Courtesy of Russell C. Jacobs: June 2007

John Hazard Carson (1896-1976)

Born on April 13, 1896 in Spartanburg, South Carolina.

Commissioned from Annapolis in 1916. Served with the Atlantic Fleet in World War I.

M.S. from MIT in 1924. Commanding Officer of the Dewey 1936-1937. Duty at the Navy Proving Ground, Dahlgren, Virginia 1937-1940. Executive Officer of the New Mexico 1940-1941.

Operations Officer on the staff of the Commander of Cruisers in the Battle Force, then Southwest Pacific Forces 1941-1943. Commanding Officer of the Boston 1943-1944. Rear Admiral in March 1944. Commander of U.S. Naval Torpedo Station, Newport 1944-1946. Retired as Vice Admiral in April 1958.

Decorations included two Bronze Stars and the Navy Commendation Medal.  Died on February 2, 1976.

JH Carson Gravesite PHOTO

CARSON, BARBARA ALLEN W/O CARSON, JOHN H 
DATE OF DEATH: 10/08/1948
BURIED AT: SECTION 2  SITE E-290 SH
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY
 WIFE OF JH CARSON, RR ADMR NAVY RES DIV USN

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Posted:  26 June  2007 Updated: 13 May 2008
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JH Carson Gravesite PHOTO May 2008
Photo By Michael Robert Patterson, May 2008