James Henry Doyle (1897–1982) was Vice Admiral for the United States Navy. During the Korean War he commanded the U.S. Navy, Marines, and Army forces of Amphibious Group 1, and was personally responsible for the execution of the amphibious phase of the Battle of Inchon in 1950. Admiral Doyle’s naval attack force put 13,000 Marines ashore on a coastline, together with all their heavy weapons and equipment. USS Doyle (FFG-39) was named in his honor. His son, James H. Doyle, Jr., was also a Vice Admiral.

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  • James Henry Doyle (1897–1982) was Vice Admiral for the United States Navy. During the Korean War he commanded the U.S. Navy, Marines, and Army forces of Amphibious Group 1, and was personally responsible for the execution of the amphibious phase of the Battle of Inchon in 1950. Admiral Doyle’s naval attack force put 13,000 Marines ashore on a coastline, together with all their heavy weapons and equipment. USS Doyle (FFG-39) was named in his honor. His son, James H. Doyle, Jr., was also a Vice Admiral. (en)
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  • James Henry Doyle (1897–1982) was Vice Admiral for the United States Navy. During the Korean War he commanded the U.S. Navy, Marines, and Army forces of Amphibious Group 1, and was personally responsible for the execution of the amphibious phase of the Battle of Inchon in 1950. Admiral Doyle’s naval attack force put 13,000 Marines ashore on a coastline, together with all their heavy weapons and equipment. USS Doyle (FFG-39) was named in his honor. His son, James H. Doyle, Jr., was also a Vice Admiral. (en)
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