Alan Herbert Easton DSC, RCNR
|Birth details unknown|
Retired: 20 Oct 1944
Warship Commands listed for Alan Herbert Easton, RCNR
|HMCS Baddeck (K 147)||T/Lt.||Corvette||10 Apr 1941||5 Apr 1942|
|HMCS Sackville (K 181)||T/Lt.||Corvette||6 Apr 1942||9 Apr 1943|
|HMCS Battleford (K 165)||T/Lt.Cdr.||Corvette||6 Jul 1943||20 Aug 1943|
|HMCS Matane (K 444)||T/Lt.Cdr.||Frigate||22 Oct 1943||3 Apr 1944|
|HMCS Saskatchewan (H 70)||T/Lt.Cdr.||Destroyer||7 Apr 1944||24 Aug 1944|
|HMCS Arnprior (K 494)||T/Lt.Cdr.||Corvette||28 Aug 1945||14 Mar 1946|
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Events related to this officer
Corvette HMCS Baddeck (K 147)
17 Oct 1941
The Norwegian merchant Barfonn is torpedoed and sunk in the North Atlantic in position 56°58'N, 25°04'W by German U-boat U-432. The Canadian corvette HMCS Baddeck (T/Lt. A.H. Easton, RCNR) later picks up 2 survivors.
Corvette HMCS Sackville (K 181)
14 Jan 1943
HMCS Sackville (T/Lt. A.H. Easton, RCNR) begins a refit at Liverpool, Nova Scotia, Canada.
13 Mar 1943
HMCS Sackville (Lt. W.R. Kirkland, RCNR) picks up 29 survivors from the Greek merchant Lily that was torpedoed and sunk by German U-boat U-587 on 9 March east of Halifax in position 43°32'N, 54°14'W.
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