|Title:||Charles P. Trumbull Oral History Interview|
Trumbull, Charles Pendleton
|Repository:||ECU Manuscript Collection|
|Extent:||0.0050 Cubic feet, 1 audiotape, 1 hour, 21 pages .|
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Charles P. Trumbull Oral History Interview (#OH0143), East Carolina Manuscript Collection, J. Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, USA.
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Commander Trumbull, a Connecticut native, recounts his experiences during World War II aboard the USS LOUISVILLE, USS GROWLER, and the USS CABEZON; his postwar duties on the USS TUSK and USS CHIVO; his assignment to Naval Intelligence School, deployment to the Panama Canal Zone, and years spent as U.S. Naval Attaché at Hong Kong; and his years as executive officer of the Naval station at Bermuda. A major portion of the interview concerns Commander Trumbull's post-naval career with low-frequency sound studies, the establishment of hydrophonic stations in the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, and related oceanographic endeavors..
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