National Affairs: More Army

Admiral Edward Walter Eberle, Chief of Naval Operations, has his post aboard no ship but at a desk in the Navy Department, for after Edwin Denby and Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., he is the highest officer of the Navy Department, and its executive in practical operations. It is his business to control the operations of the fleet, prepare its plans for war. He is ex-officio Chairman of the General Board and ranking member for the Navy (coordinate with the Chief of Staff of the Army,...

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