fraser inspecting fleet

C IN C EASTERN FLEET VISITS HIS SHIPS. 2 OCTOBER 1944, COLOMBO, CEYLON. ADMIRAL SIR BRUCE FRASER, GCB, KBE, COMMANDER IN CHIEF EASTERN FLEET PAID HIS FIRST VISIT TO SHIPS UNDER HIS COMMAND, INCLUDING SHIPS OF THE ROYAL INDIAN NAVY, AND INSPECTED OFFICERS AND MEN. AMONG THE SHIPS VISITED WAS THE CARNATIC OF THE ROYAL INDIAN NAVY. (A 26324) The Admiral inspecting officers of the CARNATIC. Left to right: Lieut Leslie P Williams, RINVR, of Cardiff; Lieut Ralph A Gulston, RINVR, of Paignton, Devon; Sub Lieut George F Quinn, RINVR, of Bombay; and Midshipman Tuhinenda Chavraverti, RINVR, of Delhi. With the Admiral is the Commanding Officer of the CARNATIC, Lieut Jehangir Dady Mody, RIN, of Bombay. Copyright: © IWM. Original Source: