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|119k||Artist's conception of Ebert by the renowned graphic illustrator John Barrett, with the text written by naval author and historian Robert F. Sumrall. Their company, Navy Yard Associates, offers prints of most destroyers, submarines and aircraft carriers in various configurations during the ship's lifetime. ALL destroyer escorts are available in their WWII configuration. The prints can be customized with ship's patches, your photograph, your bio, etc. When you purchase artwork from them, please indicate that you heard about their work from Navsource.||Navy Yard Associates|
|56k||Hilan "Ebe" Ebert was born 21 March 1903 in Alliance, Ohio. Graduating from the Naval Academy in 1926, he served in various billets afloat and ashore until assigned to USS Northampton (CL 26) 29 April 1942. Lieutenant Commander Ebert was killed 30 November 1942 when his ship was torpedoed in the Battle of Tassafaronga off Guadalcanal. He was posthumously awarded the Navy Cross for his courage and disregard for his own safety beyond the call of duty until his ship was lost. He also received the Purple Heart; American Defense Service Medal; and World War II Victory Medal posthumously.
USS Ebert (DE 768) (1944-1946) was the first ship to be named in his honor.
(Photo from the U.S. Naval Academy Yearbook; The Lucky Bag, Class of 1926. )
|132k||Ebert in drydock at her builders yard in Tampa, Florida. Her surface radar aerial is fitted low down, between mast and yard - an unusual configuration. [U.S. National Archives photo, from the book "Allied Escort Ships of World War II (A Complete Survey)", by Peter Elliott]||Edib Krlicbegovic,
Bosnia - Hercegovina
|127k||1944: Tampa Shipbuilding, Tampa, Fla. - Stern shot of USS Ebert under construction||Tim Rizzuto
USS Slater, Albany NY
|58k||undated wartime image||Tony Vrailas|
|40k||undated wartime image||Russ Padden|
|369k||undated wartime image (U.S. Navy photo #CP-DE-768 19-N-129804 from the National Archives and Records Administration, courtesy of Chris Wright)||Ed Zajkowski|
|286k||8 April 1945: shot near the New York Navy Yard. (U.S. Navy photo #CP-DE-768 19-N-83501 from the National Archives and Records Administration, courtesy of Chris Wright)|
|105k||Ex-USS Ebert (DE 768), HNS Ierax (Hawk) (D-31), date and location unknown||Tony Vrailas|
|69k||circa 1960: Ierax (D-31, ex-USS Ebert DE 768) underway circa 1960. (Photo by Wright & Logan, Southsea, England; from "Jane's Fighting Ships, 1961-62")||Robert Hurst|
|42k||Ierax, circa 1968|
|80k||Greek DEs Ierax (D-31) (ex-Ebert DE 768) and Panthir (D-67) (ex-Garfield Thomas DE 193). Taken at Barcelona, Spain, on 18 August 1979||Fabio Peņa|
|113k||HNS Lonchi (D-56), ex-USS Hall (DD 583), moored at Souda naval Base, 1995, waiting to be towed for scrapping. Next to her is HNS Ierax (D-31), ex-USS Ebert (DE-768)||Anthony Vrailas|
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