Rear Admiral Kleber Sanlin "Skid" Masterson, Jr., U.S. Navy (Retired)
   
   
   
 

      HSC Honorary Member

 


Rear Admiral Kleber Sanlin Masterson, Jr.,
U.S. Navy (Retired)













 

President General
Society of the Cincinnati

Kleber Sanlin "Skid" Masterson, Jr. was born in San Diego, California.  He and his wife, Sara Cooper Masterson, have two sons, Thomas Marshall Masterson, M.D. and John Cooper Masterson, Esq.  RADM Masterson completed his undergraduate studies at the United States Naval Academy, where he graduated with a B.S. in General Engineering in 1954.  He received his M.S. in Physics from the United State Naval Postgraduate School in 1961, and a Ph.D. in Physics from the University of California, San Diego in 1963.  Additionally RADM Masterson was graduated from the Advanced Management Program of the Harvard Business School in 1980.  A Rear Admiral in the U.S. Navy during his career, RADM Masterson is also a retired vice president and partner of Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. and retired senior vice president of Science Applications International, Inc.

Memberships
* Society of the Cincinnati  (President General)
* The Massachusetts Society of the Cincinnati  (former President)


Authorships (partial list)
The Book of Navy Songs, editor, Naval Institute Press, (1954, still in
    print).
"Compilation for Two Computers with NELIAC"; Communications of the
    Association for Computing Machinery 32, 607 (1960).
"The Influence of Diffusion Losses on the Probe Potential in a Dense
    Plasma," with G. Ecker; 13th Gaseous Electronics Conference, 12-15
    October 1962, Monterey, California.
"Nuclear Matter Calculations and Phenomenological Potentials," with K.A.
    Brueckner, Physical Review 128, 2267 (1962).
"Probe Theory in Dense Plasma," with G. Ecker and J. J. McClure; University
    of California Radiation Laboratory Report 10128, 21 March 1962.
"Properties of Finite Nuclei," with A. M. Lockett; Physical Review 129, 776
    (1963).
"Uncoupled Nuclear Matter Approximation"; Physical Review 135, 776 (1963)
"Energy of a Many Particle Normal System," with K. Sawada; Physical
    Review 133, B595 (1965).
"Numerical Methods for the Many-Body Theory of Finite Nuclei"; Methods of
    Computational Physics
, Vol. VI, edited by B. Alder, S. Fernbach and M.
    Rotenberg.  Academic Press, New York, N.Y. (1966)
"The President and Advisors on Science Policy" in "The President: Defense
    and Diplomacy, The Miller Center Forums, 1981,Part IV," edited by
    Kenneth W. Thompson, University of Virginia Press (1981).


Listed In (Publications)
Who'sWho in Science and Engineering 2011-2012, Marquis
    Who'sWho
Who's Who in America 2011, Marquis Who'sWho
Who's Who in the World - 27th Edition 2010, Marquis Who'sWho
Dictionary of International Biography - 35th Edition, International
    Biographical Centre


Other Notes
* Awards: Defense Superior Service Medal, Legion of Merit (3 awards),
   Navy Commendation Medal (3 awards, 2 with Combat "V")
* Past President, Old Town Civic Association, Alexandria, Virginia
* Past Chairman, Historic Alexandria Resources Commission

   
   
   
 
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