USS Aaron Ward

USS Aaron Ward

Three destroyers of the United States Navy have carried the name USS "Aaron Ward", in honor of Rear Admiral Aaron Ward.

* The USS|Aaron Ward|DD-132, served between 1919 and 1940 and then became the HMS "Castleton".

* The USS|Aaron Ward|DD-483, served between 1942 and her sinking by Japanese bombers in 1943.

* The USS|Aaron Ward|DM-34, was a destroyer minelayer that served in 1944 and 1945.



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