Mustin family

Mustin family

The Mustin family has recorded a tradition of service in the United States Navy extending from 1896 to the present. Their naval roots trace back to Commodore Arthur Sinclair. Probably the most famous member was Henry Croskey Mustin, a pioneering naval aviator who was designated Navy Air Pilot No. 3 and later Naval Aviator No. 11. Navy guided missile destroyer USS Mustin (DDG 89).

The Mustin family has recorded a tradition of service in the United States Navy extending from 1896 to the present. Their naval roots trace back to Commodore Arthur Sinclair. Probably the most famous member was Henry Croskey Mustin, a pioneering naval aviator who was designated Navy Air Pilot No. 3 and later Naval Aviator No. 11. Navy guided missile destroyer USS Mustin (DDG 89). (en)Five Wars in 100 YearsGeneral Richard Kennon, Commodore Beverley Kennon, Commodore Arthur Sinclair, Admiral Thomas B. Howard, Captain Douglas L. Howard, Major General George Barnett, Captain Henry Croskey Mustin, Vice Admiral George D. Murray, Vice Admiral Lloyd M. Mustin, Rear Admiral Thomas H. Morton, Lieutenant Commander Henry A. Mustin, LT Gordon S. Mustin, Vice Admiral Henry C. «Hank» Mustin, Lieutenant Commander Thomas M. Mustin, Captain Lloyd M. Mustin II, Rear Admiral John B. Mustin, Tom Mustin , LT Lloyd «Link» MustinThe Mustin FamilyBarnett, Howard, Morton, Murray, SinclairUS Navy.