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Robert T. Reimann (born c. 1936) is a retired U.S. Navy rear admiral. Born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, he graduated from Boston University in 1958. He then attended the Officer Candidate School at Newport, Rhode Island, and was commissioned into the United States Naval Reserve as an ensign on 1 May 1959. As a flag officer, Reimann commanded Pearl Harbor Naval Base in 1987, was Naval Sea Systems Command's deputy commander for surface combatants in 1989, and was the deputy assistant chief of naval operations for surface warfare in 1991.

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  • Robert T. Reimann (born c. 1936) is a retired U.S. Navy rear admiral. Born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, he graduated from Boston University in 1958. He then attended the Officer Candidate School at Newport, Rhode Island, and was commissioned into the United States Naval Reserve as an ensign on 1 May 1959. As a flag officer, Reimann commanded Pearl Harbor Naval Base in 1987, was Naval Sea Systems Command's deputy commander for surface combatants in 1989, and was the deputy assistant chief of naval operations for surface warfare in 1991.
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  • Robert T. Reimann (born c. 1936) is a retired U.S. Navy rear admiral. Born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, he graduated from Boston University in 1958. He then attended the Officer Candidate School at Newport, Rhode Island, and was commissioned into the United States Naval Reserve as an ensign on 1 May 1959. As a flag officer, Reimann commanded Pearl Harbor Naval Base in 1987, was Naval Sea Systems Command's deputy commander for surface combatants in 1989, and was the deputy assistant chief of naval operations for surface warfare in 1991. At NAVSEA, Reimann helped oversee the 1988–89 repair of the USS Samuel B. Roberts (FFG-58) by Bath Iron Works in Portland, Maine, after it was nearly sunk by an Iranian mine during Operation Earnest Will. After retiring from the Navy, he went to work for Rumpf Associates International, a defense contractor based in Arlington, Virginia. He married Iris Johnson, with whom he had two children (Robert Reimann Jr, and Lynne Reimann), and had four granddaughters.
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