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The Assistant Secretary of the Navy (AIR) was a civilian office of the United States Department of the Navy. The Assistant Secretary of the Navy (AIR) initially reported to the Assistant Secretary of the Navy and later to the Under Secretary of the Navy.

With the emergence of naval aviation as a major new military technique, in 1926, Congress created the position of Assistant Secretary of the Navy (AIR) to oversee the Unites States' naval aviation forces.

The office changed its name several times. On February 6, 1959, the office was redesignated Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research and Development).[1] In April 1977, the name was changed to Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research, Engineering and Systems).[2]

The office was disestablished in 1990, when the office was merged with the office of Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Shipbuilding and Logistics) to create the new office of Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research, Development and Acquisitions).[3]

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Assistant Secretaries of the Navy (AIR), 1926—1959

NameAssumed OfficeLeft OfficePresident Appointed By
Edward Pearson WarnerJuly 7, 1926March 15, 1929Calvin Coolidge
David Sinton IngallsMarch 16, 1929June 1, 1932Herbert Hoover
Artemus GatesSeptember 5, 1941June 30, 1945Franklin D. Roosevelt
John L. SullivanJuly 5, 1945June 17, 1946Harry S. Truman
John N. BrownJanuary 12, 1946March 8, 1949Harry S. Truman
Dan A. KimballMarch 9, 1949May 24, 1949Harry S. Truman
John F. FlobergDecember 5, 1949July 23, 1953Harry S. Truman
James H. Smith, Jr.July 23, 1953June 20, 1956Dwight D. Eisenhower
Garrison NortonJuly 7, 1956February 5, 1959Dwight D. Eisenhower

Assistant Secretaries of the Navy (Research and Development), 1959—1977

NameAssumed OfficeLeft OfficePresident Appointed By
James H. Wakelin, Jr.June 5, 1959June 30, 1964Dwight D. Eisenhower
Robert W. MorseJuly 1, 1964June 30, 1966Lyndon B. Johnson
David S. PotterSeptember 14, 1973August 16, 1974Richard Nixon
H. Tyler MarcyOctober 15, 1974April 4, 1977Gerald Ford

Assistant Secretaries of the Navy (Research, Engineering and Systems), 1977—1990

NameAssumed OfficeLeft OfficePresident Appointed By
David E. MannApril 1977January 1981Jimmy Carter
Gerald A. CannJanuary 1981December 1981Ronald Reagan
Melvyn R. PaisleyDecember 1981March 1987Ronald Reagan

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