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The only one who agreed to an interview was W. Douglas Crowder, a retired vice admiral who led the 7th Fleet from 2006 to 2008.
Raquel Bono, a vice admiral in the United States Navy and a Filipina American, will speak at the University of Texas, Austin.
Tom Barrett is a retired U.S. Coast Guard vice admiral, former deputy secretary of the U.S. Department of Transportation and president of Alyeska Pipeline Service Company.
In response, the Navy fired a series of top officers including -- for the first time -- the vice admiral who was commander of the 7th fleet.
Six vice admirals held the job of 7th Fleet commander between 2002 and Francis's arrest in 2013.
A few hours later, after news broke that a retired vice admiral and former Navy SEAL didn’t want to work for him, not even in one of the most vaunted jobs in the White House, the claim careened into total absurdity.
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VICE ADMIRAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of vice admiral for English Language Learners
: an officer in the navy with a rank just below that of admiral
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