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Edmund Ernest García was born on 25 March, 1905 in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Discover Edmund Ernest García’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 66 years old?

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Age 66 years old
Zodiac Sign Aries
Born 25 March 1905
Birthday 25 March
Birthplace San Juan, Puerto Rico
Date of death (1971-11-03)1971-11-03
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Nationality United States

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Garcia died November 2, 1971, in his home in Ozona, Florida. He was buried with full military honors in Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Arlington County, Virginia, USA.; plot: Sec: 4, Site: 2647-A W


From 1944 to 1945, Garcia served as commandant of the 58th Escort Division aboard USS Price. Upon his return to the United States after the war, Garcia served as commanding officer of the Naval Recruitment Station in New Orleans, Louisiana. After serving a short stint as commander of USS Whitley, Garcia was assigned as commanding officer of the naval base at Orange, Texas and on May 20, 1954, he was given his last assignment before his retirement from the Navy, that of Commandant of the Sub Group 2, Charleston Group, in the Atlantic Fleet.


On January 10, 1944, Sloat sailed to Casablanca and returned to New York on March. That same month Sloat joined a convoy, consisting of 72 merchant ships and 18 LSTs, which was guarded by Task Force (TF) 64. En route to Bizerte, Tunisia, the convoy was attacked by the Luftwaffe on April 1, approximately 56 miles (90 km) west of Algiers. Two planes were shot down and two damaged while only one ship in the convoy was damaged. The convoy arrived at Bizerte on April 3.


Between 18 January and 19 May 1943, Cormorant gave tug services at Guantánamo Bay to destroyers in training there, and entered the Charleston Navy Yard for repairs in June. Garcia was then transferred to serve as prospective commanding officer of the destroyer escort USS Sloat.

In June 1943 he reported to the Brown Shipbuilding Co. in Houston, Texas where Sloat was being built. Sloat was an Edsall-class destroyer escort, which was launched on January 21, 1943, and commissioned on August 16, 1943, under the command of then Lieutenant Commander Garcia.

On November 11, Sloat, was assigned to the Escort Division (CortDiv) 7, and sailed out of New York Harbor with convoy UGS-24 bound for Norfolk and North Africa. The convoy arrived at Casablanca on December 2, and returned to New York on December 25, 1943.


In February 1942, Garcia assumed command of the minesweeper USS Cormorant at the Washington Navy Yard, in Washington, DC. In June 1942 Cormorant was reclassified as a tugboat.


From 1932 to 1939, of Garcia served in various ship’s, among them USS New Mexico, USS Heron, USS Asheville and USS Tulsa. This was with the exception of the years 1935 to 1937, when he served as flight instructor at Naval Aviation School in Pensacola. In 1939, he was reassigned to Fort Mifflin, Pennsylvania where he helped prepare and equip the aircraft carrier USS Hornet. He worked on various aircraft carriers until 1941, when the United States entered World War II.


Garcia, was supposed to graduate from the academy in 1926, however he did not graduate and receive his commission of ensign until June 17, 1927, because of his academic deficiency in mathematics.

Garcia’s first assignment was aboard USS Wyoming where he served as an artillery officer from 1927 to 1928. He was later assigned to USS Galveston and in 1928 was trained as a naval aviator at Pensacola, Florida. Garcia received addition training in various military institutions which included the Torpedo School of San Diego, California.


Garcia was born to Enrique García and Antonia Rumirez in San Juan, Puerto Rico, the capital city of the island. There he received both his primary and secondary education. Garcia was born into a family with a long tradition of military servitude. His father, Enrique Garcia, was a captain in the United States Army. In 1922, Garcia graduated from high school and received an appointment to the United States Naval Academy from Emmet Montgomery Reily, who served as appointed Governor of Puerto Rico from (1921–1923).


Edmund Ernest Garcia (March 25, 1905 – November 2, 1971) was a Rear Admiral in the United States Navy who commanded the destroyer escort USS Sloat during World War II and participated in the invasions of North Africa, Sicily, and France.