Aaron Ward

Aaron Ward may refer to:

  • Aaron Ward (representative) (1790–1867), United States representative from New York
  • Aaron Montgomery Ward (1843–1913), founder of the Montgomery Ward store chain
  • Aaron Ward (sailor) (1851–1918), Rear Admiral in the United States Navy
  • Aaron Ward (baseball) (1896–1961), American baseball infielder
  • Aaron Ward (ice hockey) (born 1973), retired Canadian professional ice hockey defenceman
  • USS Aaron Ward, the name of three ships in the United States Navy

Other articles related to "aaron ward":

USS Aaron Ward (DM-34)
... The third ship named USS Aaron Ward (DD-773/DM-34) in honor of Rear Admiral Aaron Ward was a Robert H ...
USS Aaron Ward (DD-483) - Service History - World War II - Naval Battle of Guadalcanal, 13 November 1942
... Aaron Ward screened transports unloading men and material off Guadalcanal on 11 and 12 November, shooting down one enemy plane and damaging two others on the former day and ... On the evening of 12 November, Aaron Ward retired with her task force — five cruisers and eight destroyers under Rear Admiral Daniel J ... Aaron Ward, leading the four destroyers bringing up the rear of Callaghan's column, ranged in on the Japanese ships, opening fire soon afterwards on a target ...
USS Aaron Ward (DM-34) - Service History
... Between commissioning and the end of January 1945, Aaron Ward completed fitting out and conducted her shakedown cruise off the California coast ... The Mine Flotilla, of which Aaron Ward was a unit, arrived off Okinawa late on 22 March ... Aaron Ward supported minesweeping operations around Kerama Retto and Okinawa until the time of the first landings ...
USS Aaron Ward (DD-483) - Service History - World War II - Sinking
... As the ships neared their destination, Aaron Ward received orders at about 1330 to leave her convoy to cover USS LST-449 off Togoma Point, Guadalcanal ... While the LST maneuvered to conform to Aaron Ward's movements, Lieutenant Commander Frederick J ... Becton, CO of Aaron Ward, planned to retire to the eastward through Lengo Channel, as other cargo ships and escorting ships were doing upon receipt of the air raid warning from Guadalcanal ...

Famous quotes containing the word ward:

    Cold and hunger seem more friendly to my nature than those methods which men have adopted and advise to ward them off.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)