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Captain Carroll T. Bonney, professor of Naval Science, will retire from the College and the Navy on June 30. He will be succeeded here by Captain D. V. Gladding, the current Assistant Chief of Welfare in the Bureau of Personnel.

Bonney took his post here in July, 1946. He has served in the Navy 35 years, graduating from the Naval Academy in 1918. Bonney's wartime service put him in command of an attack transport and a submarine squadron in the Pacific. In 1945 the Captain became Deputy Commander of Admiral Nimitz's Service Squadron 10.

Captain Gladding, Bonney's successor, is a former professor of Naval Science at Tufts.

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