Conrad Byron Alers-Hankey DSC, RN
|Born ||20 Feb 1904|
|Died ||27 Nov 1984||(80)|
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|15 May 1924|| ||A/S.Lt.|
|25 Jan 1925|| ||S.Lt.|
|15 Mar 1927|| ||Lt.|
|15 Mar 1935|| ||Lt.Cdr.|
|30 Jun 1940|| ||Cdr.|
|31 Dec 1944|| ||Capt.|
Retired: 7 Jul 1954
Warship Commands listed for Conrad Byron Alers-Hankey, RN
|HMS Vanquisher (D 54)||Lt.Cdr.||Destroyer||11 Oct 1939||11 Aug 1940|
|HMS Tyne (F 24)||Cdr.||Destroyer Depot Ship||30 May 1942||1 Jun 1942|
|HMS Limbourne (L 57)||Cdr.||Escort destroyer||1 Sep 1942||20 Oct 1943|
|HMS Formidable (67)||Cdr.||Aircraft Carrier||Jan 1944||29 Jan 1944|
|HMS Campania (D 48)||Capt.||Escort Carrier||7 Mar 1945||May 1945|
|HMS Trumpeter (D 09)||Capt.||Escort Carrier||28 May 1945||Oct 1945 ?|
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8 Jul 1940
HMS Scimitar (Lt. R.D. Franks, OBE, RN) and HMS Vanquisher (Cdr. C.B. Alers-Hankey, RN) together pick up 43 survivors from the British merchant Humber Arm that was torpedoed and sunk by German U-boat U-99 60 miles south of Fastnet in position 50°36'N, 09°24'W.
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