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David Watson Taylor (March 4, 1864 – July 28, 1940) was a U.S. naval architect and an engineer of the United States Navy. He served during World War I as ...

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The David Taylor Model Basin (DTMB) is one of the largest ship model basins— test facilities for ... Taylor, David W., Model Basin. U.S. National Register of ...

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The David W. Taylor Medal. Notable Achievement in Naval Architecture and/or Marine Engineering. Frederick Stern. Professor Frederick Stern University of Iowa .

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Rear Admiral David Watson Taylor, USN (March 4, 1864 - July 28, 1940) was a naval architect and engineer of the United States Navy. He served during World ...

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Notable Achievement in Naval Architecture and/or Marine Engineering The 2017 David W. Taylor Medalist. Dr. John C. Daidola, P.E. ...

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By: Symposium on Naval Hydrodynamics Washington, D.C.) - United States. Office of Naval Research. - David W. Taylor Naval Ship Research and Development ...

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May 30, 2019 ... On May 16, 1944, Lt. Cmdr. David Wooster Taylor, 32, took off from Quonset Point Naval Air Station in a F6F-3 Hellcat (Bu. No. 41944) for a ...

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DAVID WATSON TAYLOR. 1864-1940. BY WILLIAM HOVGAARD. David Watson Taylor was born on his father's farm in Louisa. County, Virginia, on March 4, ...