Graduated in 1940 from the U. S. Naval Academy, Commander Gray made five submarine war patrols in the Pacific during World War II in Steelhead and later served in Bumper and Caiman. He received his law degree from George Washington University Law School in 1949, was commanding officer of Tint (SS 416) in 1950-52, and conducted war and training patrols in the Far East in 1951. After graduating from the Armed Forces Staff College last January, he assumed his present duty as executive officer of the U. S. Naval School (Naval Justice) in Newport, R. I.

Articles by Louis P. Gray, III

The Eternal Triangle

By Commander Louis Patrick Gray, III, U. S. Navy
April 1954
Page after page of our naval history can be read with pride by American citizens. Not only are the tales of glorious actions and overwhelming victories recorded in these pages ...

Strategic and Logistic Planning

By Commander Louis P. Gray, III, U. S. Navy
December 1953
Upon completion of the last great global conflict and after careful analysis and evaluation of the factors contributing to ultimate victory, many officers emerged with the notion that in the ...