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HMS St. Albans (I15)

                                               

HMS St. Marys (I12)

                                               

HMS Stanley (I73)

                                               

HMS Valentine (R17)

                                               

HMS Vixen (R64)

                                               

HMS Wells (I95)

                                               

Allen M. Sumner-class destroyer

Uuscoastgard The Allen M. Sumner class was a group of 58 destroyers built by the United States during World War II. Another twelve ships were completed as destroyer minelayers. Often referred to as simply the Sumner classisms coast hoardduusss, t ...

                                               

Bagley-class destroyer

The Bagley class of eight destroyers was built for the United States Navy. They were part of a series of USN destroyers limited to 1.500 tons standard displacement by the London Naval Treaty and built in the 1930s. All eight ships were ordered an ...

                                               

Benham-class destroyer

The Benham class of ten destroyers was built for the United States Navy. They were part of a series of USN destroyers limited to 1.500 tons standard displacement by the London Naval Treaty and built in the 1930s. The class was laid down in 1936-1 ...

                                               

Benson-class destroyer

The Benson class was a class of destroyers of the U.S. Navy built 1939–1943. The thirty 1.620-ton Benson -class destroyers were built in two groups. The first six were authorized in fiscal year 1938 and laid down at Bethlehem Steel, Quincy, Massa ...

                                               

Caldwell-class destroyer

The Caldwell class was a class of six "flush deck" United States Navy destroyers built during World War I and shortly after. Four served as convoy escorts in the Atlantic; the other two were completed too late for wartime service. Two were scrapp ...

                                               

Farragut-class destroyer (1934)

The Farragut -class destroyers were a class of eight 1.365-ton destroyers in the United States Navy and the first US destroyers of post-World War I design. Their construction, along with the Porter class, was authorized by Congress on 29 April 19 ...

                                               

Fletcher-class destroyer

The Fletcher class was a class of destroyers built by the United States during World War II. The class was designed in 1939, as a result of dissatisfaction with the earlier destroyer leader types of the Porter and Somers classes. Some went on to ...

                                               

Gearing-class destroyer

The Gearing class was a series of 98 destroyers built for the U.S. Navy during and shortly after World War II. The Gearing design was a minor modification of the Allen M. Sumner class, whereby the hull was lengthened by 14 ft at amidships, which ...

                                               

Gleaves-class destroyer

The Gleaves -class destroyers were a class of 66 destroyers of the United States Navy built 1938–42, designed by Gibbs & Cox. The first ship of the class was USS Gleaves. They were the production destroyer of the US Navy when it entered World War ...

                                               

Mahan-class destroyer

The Mahan -class destroyers of the United States Navy were a series of 18 destroyers of which the first 16 were laid down in 1934. The last two of the 18, Dunlap and Fanning, are sometimes considered a separate ship class. All 18 were commissione ...

                                               

Robert H. Smith-class destroyer

The Robert H. Smith class of destroyer minelayers was built by the United States during World War II. These vessels were all originally laid down as Allen M. Sumner -class destroyers and converted during construction in 1944. In that time the Uni ...

                                               

Sims-class destroyer

The Sims class destroyers were built for the United States Navy, and commissioned in 1939 and 1940. These twelve ships were the last United States destroyer class completed prior to the American entry into World War II. All Sims -class ships saw ...

                                               

Somers-class destroyer

The Somers -class destroyer was a class of five 1850-ton United States Navy destroyers based on the Porter class. They were answers to the large destroyers that the Japanese navy was building at the time, and were initially intended to be flotill ...

                                               

HMCS Annapolis (I04)

                                               

HMCS Assiniboine (I18)

                                               

HMCS Buxton (H96)

                                               

HMCS Caldwell (I20)

                                               

HMCS Chaudiere (H99)

                                               

HMCS Chelsea (I35)

                                               

HMCS Columbia (I49)

                                               

HMCS Gatineau (H61)

                                               

HMCS Georgetown (I40)

                                               

HMCS Hamilton (I24)

                                               

HMCS Kootenay (H75)

                                               

HMCS Leamington (G19)

                                               

HMCS Lincoln (G42)

                                               

HMCS Mansfield (G76)

                                               

HMCS Margaree (H49)

                                               

HMCS Montgomery (G95)

                                               

HMCS Niagara (I57)

                                               

HMCS Ottawa (H31)

                                               

HMCS Ottawa (H60)

                                               

HMCS QuAppelle (H69)

                                               

HMCS Restigouche (H00)

                                               

HMCS Richmond (G88)

                                               

HMCS Salisbury (I52)

                                               

HMCS Saskatchewan (H70)

                                               

HMCS St. Clair (I65)

                                               

HMCS St. Croix (I81)

                                               

HMCS St. Francis (I93)

                                               

HMCS St. Laurent (H83)

                                               

Aigle-class destroyer

The Aigle -class destroyers were built for the French navy during the 1920s. They were very similar to the previous Guepard class, the only difference being improved machinery with higher pressure boilers, offering an additional 0.5 knots of spee ...

                                               

Chacal-class destroyer

The Chacal -class destroyer, sometimes known as the Jaguar class, were a group of six large destroyers built for the French Navy during the 1920s. Their primary role was scouting for the battleline. All were named for predators: Chacal means jack ...

                                               

Le Fantasque-class destroyer

The Le Fantasque class of six large, very fast destroyers was ordered under the French naval programme of 1930. They served in World War II for both Vichy France and the Free French Forces.

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