Australian Navy Captain from Melbourne - Evans Collision Dies

By -- Maritime Executive—— Bio and Archives--February 23, 2019

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The Royal Australian Navy has honored the life the man in change of HMAS Melbourne (II) when the U.S. Navy Destroyer USS Frank E Evans turned under the Australian aircraft carrier’s bow and was cut in half.

Captain John Philip Stevenson died on January 30, aged 98, after a career marked with distinguished service in war and peace, as well as tragedy and controversy.—MORE…



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