Bureau of Yards and Docks
The Bureau of Yards and Docks was the branch of the United States Navy responsible from 1842 to 1966 for building and maintaining navy yards, drydocks, and other facilities relating to ship construction, maintenance, and repair.
Chiefs of the Bureau
- Captain Lewis Warrington, 1842–1846
- Captain Joseph Smith, 1846–1869
- Captain Daniel Ammen, 1869–1871
- Commodore Christopher R. P. Rodgers, 1871–1874
- Commodore John C. Howell, 1874–1878
- Commodore Richard L. Law, 1878–1881
- Rear Admiral Edward T. Nichols, 1881–1885
- Commodore David B. Harmony, 1885–1889
- Commodore George D. White, 1889–1890
- Commodore Norman H. Farquhar, 1890–1894
- Commodore Edmund O. Matthews, 1894–1898
- Rear Admiral Mordecai T. Endicott, 1898–1907
- Rear Admiral Harry H. Rousseau, 1907
- Rear Admiral Richard C. Hollyday, 1907–1912
- Rear Admiral Homer R. Stanford, 1912–1916
- Rear Admiral Frederick R. Harris, 1916–1917
- Rear Admiral Charles W. Parks, 1918–1921
- Rear Admiral Luther E. Gregory, 1921–1929
- Rear Admiral Archibald L. Parsons, 1929–1933
- Rear Admiral Norman M. Smith, 1933–1937
- Rear Admiral Ben Moreell, 1937–1945
- Rear Admiral John J. Manning, 1945–1949
- Rear Admiral Joseph F. Jelley, Jr., 1949–1953
- Rear Admiral John R. Perry, 1953–1955
- Rear Admiral Robert H. Meade, 1955–1959
- Rear Admiral Eugene J. Peltier, 1959–1962
- Rear Admiral Peter Corradi, 1962–1965
- Rear Admiral Alexander C. Husband, 1965–1966
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- This article contains public domain information from the United States National Archives and Records Administration.
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- Activities of the Bureau of Yards and Docks, Navy Department. World War 1917-1918. Washington D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office. 1921.
- Building the Navy's Bases in World War II: History of the Bureau of Yards and Docks and the Civil Engineer Corps, 1940-1946. Washington D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office. 1947.