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|Date of Birth||May 25, 1904|
|Date of Death||September 01, 1981|
|Place of Birth||Richmond, Virginia, US|
Charles L. Melson Biography
Charles L. Melson is a famous , who was born on May 25, 1904 in Richmond, Virginia, US. According to Astrologers, Charles L. Melson's zodiac sign is Gemini.
Charles Leroy Melson (25 May 1904 – 14 September 1981) was a vice admiral of the United States Navy. His career included service in World War II, the Korean War, and the Cold War, command of the United States First Fleet and of the United States Taiwan Defense Command, and tours of duty as Superintendent of the United States Naval Academy and President of the Naval War College.
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Melson was born in Richmond, Virginia, on 25 May 1904. He was appointed from Virginia to the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, and was admitted to the school on 6 July 1923. He graduated and was commissioned as an ensign on 2 June 1927.
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On 26 August 1927, Melson began his first tour, reporting aboard the light cruiser USS Trenton (CL-11) in the Scouting Fleet. By the beginning of 1930, he was serving aboard the destroyer USS McCormick (DD-223) in the United States Asiatic Fleet, and he was promoted to lieutenant (junior grade) on 2 June 1930. By the beginning of 1932, he was serving aboard the destroyer USS Du Pont (DD-152). He had transferred to the destroyer USS Dickerson (DD-157) by the beginning of 1933, and by the beginning of 1934 he was serving aboard the heavy cruiser USS Northampton (CA-26), operating in the Pacific Ocean.
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Detaching from Northampton in April 1934, Melson reported to the Naval Postgraduate School, then located in Annapolis, Maryland, on 1 June 1934 to earn a graduate degree in naval engineering. Completing his degree, he returned to sea, beginning a tour aboard the battleship USS Pennsylvania (BB-38) in June 1936, and he was promoted to lieutenant on 30 June 1936.> Leaving Pennsylvania in June 1937, he reported for duty in connection with the fitting out of the new destroyer USS Patterson (DD-392) at the Puget Sound Navy Yard in Bremerton, Washington, and then began a tour aboard Patterson upon her commissioning on 22 September 1937. Detaching from Patterson in May 1940, Melson reported to the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations in Washington, D.C., on 3 June 1940 for his next tour. He received a promotion to lieutenant commander on 1 August 1941.
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The United States entered World War II on 7 December 1941, and in March 1942 Melson was assigned to the staff of the Commander-in-Chief, United States Fleet, where he served as assistant operations officer. In November 1942 he took command of the destroyer USS Champlin (DD-601). While in command of Champlin he engaged in an action for which he would eventually be awarded a Gold Star in lieu of a second award of the Legion of Merit and was authorized to wear the Combat "V" for, according to the award citation:
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