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USS Evans (DD-552), a Fletcher-class destroyer, was the second ship of the United States Navy to be named for Rear Admiral Robley D. Evans (1846–1912).

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USS Evans (DD-552), a Fletcher-class destroyer, was the second ship of the United States Navy to be named for Rear Admiral Robley D. Evans (1846–1912).

Destroyer Photo Index DD-552 USS EVANS - NavSource

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USS EVANS (DD-552) Flag Hoist/Radio Call Sign - NFBZ CLASS - FLETCHER As Built. Displacement 2924 Tons (Full), Dimensions, 376' 5"(oa) x 39' 7" x 13' 9" (Max)

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Service history. Evans reached Majuro on 29 March 1944 from Pearl Harbor and the East Coast, and after escorting Cimarron to a midocean fueling rendezvous, conducted ...

USS EVANS (DD-552) Deployments & History - Hull Number

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DD-552 General Specifications. Class: Fletcher class destroyer. Named for: Robley D. Evans. Complement: 273 Officers and Enlisted . Displacement: 2050 tons

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USS EVANS (DD-552) - Tin Can Sailors

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Ship's History Source: Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships (Published 1963) The second Evans (DD-552) was launched 4 October 1942 by Gulf ...

USS Evans (DD-552), Fletcher-class destroyer in World War II

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A high-bridge ship, the second USS Evans was the third of seven 2,100-tonners built by Gulf Shipbuilding, Chickasaw, Alabama. Laid down with John D. Henley on 21 July ...