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CARL CLIFTON HILL, USN.
COMMANDER CARL CLIFTON HILL, III was bom in
Helena, Montana 26 March 1946. His family moved to
Texas. and Commander Hill grew up in the Lone Star state.
graduating from Austin Senior High School, El Paso. Texas
ln 1964. He attended the University ofiexas. emerging with
a BA degree ln mathematics in 1968. While in Austin, he
enrolled ln the NROTC Program, was named battalion
company commander, and received his commission as
Ensign through NROTC in June 1968.
Commander Hlll's first assignment was as gunnery
olllcer, then anti-submarine warfare ollicer, serving
aboard USS EPPERSON QDD - 713 from June 1968 through
January 1970. Opening the decade of the 1970's
Commander Hill was part ofthe precommissionaryteam.
and later served, once again, as anti-submarine warfare
ottlcer, in USS GRAY CDD -10545 until June 1971 . Beginning
a one - year tour otdulyat U.S. Naval Forces,Wetnam-a
military advisory command-Commander Hill served
there until June 1972.
Commander Hill was enrolled at the Navy Postgraduate
School, Monterey, Califomiia, eamlng a Masters Degree
in engineering acoustics.
Retuming to sea, Commander Hill next wore the hat of
Engineer Ofticer in USS BRADLEY QPF-1 0413 from November
1975 through October 1977 then embarked for staff duty
with Commander, Destroyer Squadron 15 from
December 1977 to July 1979. He then attended the
College ot Naval Command and Staff, U.S. Naval War
College, graduating in July 1980. Commander Hill next
served on the faculty in the Physics Department ofthe U.S.
Naval Academy, Anapolis, Md., before assuming
Executive Oflicer duties aboard USS SAN DIEGO CAPS-63 in
Commander Hill's decorations include the Bronze Star
Medal, Staff Service Honor Medal, first class, Navy
Achievement Medal, Wetnam Service Medal with bronze
star, Wetnam Campaign Medal and Sea Service Ribbon.
Commander Hill currently resides in Virginia Beach, Va.
with his wife, the former Mary J. Davison and their two
children, Jason and Sara.