PERSONALIA
 
Name:  Aurand, Evan P.
Date of birth: June 10th, 1917
Date of death:  June 7th, 1989
Nationality:  American
BIOGRAPHY: 
Born June 10, 1917, to Henry Spiese Aurand (class of 1915, USMA West Point, later LTG USA) and Margaret John Decker. Graduated USNA Annapolis class of 1938. First naval officer to land a jet on an aircraft carrier. Served as Dwight D. Eisenhower's Naval Aide during his second term of office. Helped remodel Camp David for the President's use. Retired as Commander, Anti-submarine Warfare Pacific (VADM) October, 1972. Died in Honolulu, June 7, 1989.
Wife Patricia L. Riley of Seattle. Daughter Margaret L.
     
NAVY CROSS
Rank: Lieutenant (junior grade)
 
 
 
  Provide alterations or additional information
Information source(s):   - Sterner C.D., Recipients of The Navy Cross, 1916 - Present
This website is an initiative of STIWOT. All rights reserved © 2002-2017. Privacy statement, cookies, disclaimer and copyright.
Other projects of STIWOT are: Go2War2.com, TracesOfWar.com, Oorlogsmusea.nl, STIWOT Forum, STIWOT Reizen and Tweede-Wereldoorlog.nl.
Webhosting by Vevida.