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KanColle/Azur Lane/Warship Girls Proposed Human Names for Shipgirls

Discussion in 'CW Index' started by Pyeknu, Sep 2, 2019.

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  1. Threadmarks: United States: Destroyer List Spreadsheet
    Pyeknu

    Pyeknu Cross-Dimensional Magical Sith GIrl

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    For anyone who's interested, the master list of destroyers can now be accessed at Google Documents here.

    Explaining the headers:

    HCC - Hull Classification Code
    The ship's hull number as originally ordered. As this is a destroyer list, this always starts with the code DD (Destroyer).


    2nd HCC - Subsequent Hull Classification Code
    If a ship is changed into something beyond the normal destroyer modifications (i.e. a DD becoming a DDR or DDE), then the new hull number is listed there. I don't bother with the normal modifications.


    Name
    Self-explanatory. If this entry shows "(no name)", that means no name was given by the time the order was cancelled. Roman numerals indicate subsequent ships given that name.


    To State
    This lists who gets to own the destroyer in my stories. This part of the list goes several ways:
    US (United States): The ship remains with the United States Navy and gets a name (for unnamed ships).
    US-(state abbreviation): The ship effectively falls under the control of the individual state naval militia or national guard organization. This allows one ship with the same name as the active USN vessel to still fly the Stars and Stripes.
    USCG: Temporarily assigned to the United States Coast Guard.
    Other nations: Transferred to another nation's service. Nations are listed by their individual homelands Internet two-letter identification code, i.e. CA (Canada), JP (Japan), WS (Samoa), etc.
    JP (prize): War prize from Japan.
    GE (prize): War prize from Germany.


    New #
    The new hull classification code or pennant number assigned to the vessel after transfer. If "(no change)" appears, then the HCC entry applies. For those who get an entry two fields to the right of the list here, note the new number entry shows the hull number/pennant number as it was in real life. The "(none)" entry means no hull number was assigned (for cancelled ships that are transferred).


    New Name
    Self-explanitory.


    2nd New #
    Change of hull classification code or pennant number that happens. I use this to list the hull/pennant numbers I use in my shipgirl name list; this was necessitated as many nations tend to recycle said numbers, which could cause confusion.


    2nd New Name
    A subsequent name listed for the ship in question. This is used whenever the new name has a "(II)" (second of) entry.


    2nd State
    The listing of a state/nation that the ship was subsequently sent to, i.e. transfers of ex-US destroyers to the UK who were further loaned to Russia. The following fields indicate hull/pennant numbers and new names.


    Special Note
    A brief note concerning the final disposition of the ship in question.


    Enjoy!
     
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  2. Threadmarks: United States: Evats-class Destroyer Escorts (Updated)
    Pyeknu

    Pyeknu Cross-Dimensional Magical Sith GIrl

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    Now, we start with the first class of destroyer escorts, the Evats-class. This list does include those ships sent off to the United Kingdom to become part of the Captain-class frigates.

    You know what to do!

    KANTAI COLLECTION/AZUR LANE/WARSHIP GIRLS
    LIST OF EVARTS-CLASS DESTROYER ESCORTS

    No./Ship Name — Human Name (Fate)

    BDE-1 (no name) — Heidi Wanda Bayntun (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Bayntun with pennant K310, decommissioned two years later, returned to the United States under Lend-Lease, was scrapped in 1947; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F296) *
    BDE-2 (no name) — Jane Bazely (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Bazely with pennant K311, decommissioned two yeas later, returned to the United States under Lend-Lease, was scrapped in 1946; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F311) *
    BDE-3 (no name) — Lady Edwina Berry, Baronetess of Catton (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Berry with pennant K312, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States under Lend-Lease, was scrapped that year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F312) *
    BDE-4 (no name) — Lady Heather Blackwood, Baronetess of Clandeboye (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Blackwood with pennant K313, was sunk by torpedo strike in 1944 during the invasion of Normandy by KMS U-764 south of Swanage, England; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F313) *
    DE-5 USS Evarts — Mila Burgundy Evarts (Ordered originally for the United Kingdom as BDE-5 [no name], commissioned by the United States and reclassified DE-5 on commissioning in 1943, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped that year)

    DE-6 USS Wyffels — Layne Lìjuān Wyffels 萊恩·麗娟·懷佛斯 (Ordered originally for the United Kingdom as BDE-6 [no name], commissioned by the United States and reclassified DE-6 on commissioning in 1943, decommissioned in 1945 on transfer to Taiwan, renamed ZMZ Tàikāng ZMZ 太康 with hull number XJ-01; decommissioned the second time in 1972, was scrapped that year)
    DE-7 USS Griswold — Donna Terri Griswold (Decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DE-8 USS Steele — Jane Miranda Steele (Ordered originally for the United Kingdom as BDE-8 [no name], commissioned by the United States and reclassified DE-8 on commissioning in 1943, decommissioned two years later, was scrapped in 1946)
    DE-9 USS Carlson — Dana Winter Carlson (Ordered originally for the United Kingdom as BDE-9 [no name], commissioned by the United States and reclassified DE-9 on commissioning in 1943, decommissioned two years later, was scrapped in 1946)
    DE-10 USS Bebas — Guinevere Georgina Bebas (Ordered originally for the United Kingdom as BDE-10 [no name], commissioned by the United States and reclassified DE-10 on commissioning in 1943, decommissioned two years later, was scrapped that year)
    DE-11 USS Crouter — Mary Hannah Crouter (Ordered originally for the United Kingdom as BDE-11 [no name], commissioned by the United States and reclassified DE-11 on commissioning in 1943, decommissioned two years later, was scrapped in 1946)
    BDE-12 (no name) — Riley Renée Burges (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Burges with pennant K347, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States under Lend-Lease, was scrapped that year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F347) *
    DE-13 USS Brennan — Joan Josephine Brennan-Bentinck (Ordered originally for the United Kingdom as BDE-13 as HMS Bentinck, commissioned by the United States and reclassified DE-13 on commissioning in 1943, decommissioned two years later, was scrapped in 1946)
    BDE-14 USS Doherty — Jean Jenna Doherty-Berry (Ordered originally for the United Kingdom as BDE-14 as HMS Berry [second of name], commissioned by the United States and reclassified DE-14 on commissioning in 1943, decommissioned two years later, was scrapped in 1946)
    DE-15 USS Austin — Jessica Arlene Austin-Blackwood (Ordered originally for the United Kingdom as BDE-15 as HMS Blackwood [second of name], commissioned by the United States and reclassified DE-15 on commissioning in 1943, decommissioned two years later, was scrapped in 1947)
    DE-16 USS Edgar G. Chase — Edwina Grace Chase-Burges (Ordered originally for the United Kingdom as BDE-16 as HMS Burges [second of name], commissioned by the United States and reclassified DE-16 on commissioning in 1943, decommissioned two years later, was scrapped in 1947)
    DE-17 USS Edward C. Daly — Ellen Charlene Daly-Byard (Ordered originally for the United Kingdom as BDE-17 as HMS Byard, commissioned by the United States and reclassified DE-17 on commissioning in 1943, decommissioned two years later, was scrapped in 1947)
    DE-18 USS Gilmore — Wanda Wilma Gilmore-Halder (Ordered originally for the United Kingdom as BDE-18 as HMS Halder, commissioned by the United States and reclassified DE-18 on commissioning in 1943, decommissioned two years later, was scrapped in 1947)
    DE-19 USS Burden R. Hastings — Bernice Roselyn Hastings-Duckworth (Ordered originally for the United Kingdom as BDE-19 as HMS Duckworth, commissioned by the United States and reclassified DE-19 on commissioning in 1943, decommissioned two years later, was scrapped in 1946)
    DE-20 USS LeHardy — Bethany Anne LeHardy-Duff (Ordered originally for the United Kingdom as BDE-20 as HMS Duff, commissioned by the United States and reclassified DE-20 on commissioning in 1943, decommissioned two years later, was scrapped in 1946)
    DE-21 USS Harold C. Thomas — Hallie Carol Thomas-Essington (Ordered originally for the United Kingdom as BDE-21 as HMS Essington, commissioned by the United States and reclassified DE-21 on commissioning in 1943, decommissioned two years later, was scrapped in 1946)
    DE-22 USS Wileman — Wynter Wanda Wileman-Foley (Ordered originally for the United Kingdom as BDE-22 as HMS Foley, commissioned by the United States and reclassified DE-22 on commissioning in 1943, decommissioned two years later, was scrapped in 1947)
    DE-23 USS Charles R. Greer — Charlotte Rhoda Greer (Decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped two years later)
    DE-24 USS Whitman — Roberta Scarlett Whitman (Decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped two years later)
    DE-25 USS Wintle — Joanna Willow Wintle (Decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped two years later)
    DE-26 USS Dempsey — Renée Janet Dempsey (Decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped two years later)
    DE-27 USS Duffy — Charity Julia Duffy (Decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped two years later)
    DE-28 USS Emery — Edna Kathleen Emery-Eisner (Ordered originally for the United Kingdom as BDE-28 as HMS Eisner, commissioned by the United States and reclassified DE-28 on commissioning in 1943, decommissioned two years later, was scrapped in 1947)
    DE-29 USS Stadtfeld — Louise Blaine Stadtfeld (Decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped two years later)
    DE-30 USS Martin — Josephine Eleanor Martin (Decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DE-31 USS Sederstrom — Theresa Dale Sederstrom (Ordered originally for the United Kingdom as BDE-31 [no name], commissioned by the United States and reclassified DE-31 on commissioning in 1943, decommissioned two years later, was scrapped in 1947)
    DE-32 USS Fleming — Ruth Eugenie Fleming (Decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped in 1948)
    DE-33 USS Tisdale — Rylee Diana Tisdale (Ordered originally for the United Kingdom as BDE-33 [no name], commissioned by the United States and reclassified DE-33 on commissioning in 1943, decommissioned two years later, was scrapped in 1948)
    DE-34 USS Eisele — Ginger Raye Eisele (Ordered originally for the United Kingdom as BDE-34 [no name], commissioned by the United States and reclassified DE-34 on commissioning in 1943, decommissioned two years later, was scrapped in 1948)
    DE-35 USS Fair — Victoria Norma Fair (Decommissioned in 1945, transferred to United States Army control for temporary loan to Canada, returned the following year and was scrapped)
    DE-36 USS Manlove — Aretha Clea Manlove (Decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped in 1948)
    DE-37 USS Greiner — Kendra Freida Greiner (Ordered originally for the United Kingdom as BDE-37 [no name], commissioned by the United States and reclassified DE-37 on commissioning in 1943, decommissioned two years later, was scrapped in 1946)
    DE-38 USS Wyman — Elaine Patricia Wyman (Ordered originally for the United Kingdom as BDE-38 [no name], commissioned by the United States and reclassified DE-38 on commissioning in 1943, decommissioned two years later, was scrapped in 1947)
    DE-39 USS Lovering — Wisdom Baylee Lovering (Ordered originally for the United Kingdom as BDE-39 [no name], commissioned by the United States and reclassified DE-39 on commissioning in 1943, decommissioned two years later, was scrapped in 1946)
    DE-40 USS Sanders — Eunice Tamsyn Sanders (Ordered originally for the United Kingdom as BDE-40 [no name], commissioned by the United States and reclassified DE-40 on commissioning in 1943, decommissioned two years later, was scrapped in 1947)
    DE-41 USS Brackett — Bryce Godiva Brackett (Ordered originally for the United Kingdom as BDE-41 [no name], commissioned by the United States and reclassified DE-41 on commissioning in 1943, decommissioned two years later, was scrapped in 1947)
    DE-42 USS Reynolds — Dyan Louise Reynolds (Ordered originally for the United Kingdom as BDE-42 [no name], commissioned by the United States and reclassified DE-42 on commissioning in 1943, decommissioned two years later, was scrapped in 1947)
    DE-43 USS Mitchell — Alice Edie Mitchell (Ordered originally for the United Kingdom as BDE-43 [no name], commissioned by the United States and reclassified DE-43 on commissioning in 1943, decommissioned two years later, was scrapped in 1946)
    DE-44 USS Donaldson — Trudy Emily Donaldson (Ordered originally for the United Kingdom as BDE-44 [no name], commissioned by the United States and reclassified DE-44 on commissioning in 1943, decommissioned two years later, was scrapped in 1946)
    DE-45 USS Andres — Erica Theodora Andres-Capel (Ordered originally for the United Kingdom as BDE-45 as HMS Capel, commissioned by the United States and reclassified DE-45 on commissioning in 1943, decommissioned two years later, was scrapped in 1946)
    DE-46 (no name) — Wendy Thérèse O'Brian Cockburn Drury (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Cockburn with pennant K316, renamed HMS Drury without change of pennant, decommissioned two years later, returned to the United States under Lend-Lease, was scrapped in 1946; adopted by the United Kingdom under latter name with pennant F316) *

    DE-47 USS Decker — Ernestine Měiróng Decker 歐內斯汀·美蓉·德克爾 (Ordered originally for the United Kingdom as BDE-47 [no name], commissioned by the United States and reclassified DE-47 on commissioning in 1943, decommissioned two years later on transfer to Taiwan, renamed ZMZ Tàipíng ZMZ 太平 with hull number XJ-02, was sunk by torpedo strike in 1954 by a People's Republic Army-Navy motor torpedo boat north of the Dàchén Islands, Zhèjiāng, China)
    DE-48 USS Dobler — Jodie Joan Julia Dobler (Ordered originally for the United Kingdom as BDE-48 [no name], commissioned by the United States and reclassified DE-48 on commissioning in 1943, decommissioned two years later, was scrapped in 1946)
    DE-49 USS Doneff — Jobeth Linda Doneff (Ordered originally for the United Kingdom as BDE-49 [no name], commissioned by the United States and reclassified DE-49 on commissioning in 1943, decommissioned two years later, was scrapped in 1947)
    DE-50 USS Engstrom — Wanda Leona Engstrom-Drury (Ordered originally for the United Kingdom as BDE-50 as HMS Drury [second of name], commissioned by the United States and reclassified DE-50 on commissioning in 1943, decommissioned two years later, was scrapped in 1946)
    DE-256 USS Seid — Dayna Seid (Decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped two years later)
    DE-257 USS Smartt — Julianne Georgia Smartt (Decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DE-258 USS Walter S. Brown — Wynne Susan Brown (Decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DE-259 USS William C. Miller — Wynter Cecily Miller (Decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped two years later)
    DE-260 USS Cabana — Naomi Jodie Cabana (Decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped the following year)
    DE-261 USS Dionne — April Lynn Dionne (Decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped the following year)
    DE-262 USS Canfield — Linda Willow Canfield (Decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped two years later)
    DE-263 USS Deede — Lashay Cleopatra Deede (Decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped the following year)
    DE-264 USS Elden — Randy Whitney Elden (Decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped the following year)

    DE-265 USS Cloues — Earleen Blanche Cloues (Decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped two years later)
    DE-266 Wintle — Trace Bonnie Capel-Wintle (Second of name, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Capel [second of name] with pennant K470, was sunk by torpedo strike in 1944 by KMS U-486 north of Cherbourg-en-Cotentin, France; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F470) *
    DE-267 Dempsey — June Cooke-Dempsey (Second of name, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Cooke [second of name] with pennant K471, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States under Lend-Lease, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F471) *

    DE-268 Duffy — Josephine Rhonda Dacres-Duffy (Second of name, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Dacres with pennant K472, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States under Lend-Lease, was scrapped that year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F472) *
    DE-269 Eisner — Wynter Domett-Eisner (Second of name, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Domett with pennant K473, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States under Lend-Lease, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F473) *
    DE-270 Gillette — Tamsyn Foley-Gillette (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Foley [second of name] with pennant K474, decommissioned in 1945, returned to the United States under Lend-Lease, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F474) *
    DE-271 FlemingThe Right Honourable Lady Gwendolynn Stewart-Fleming, Baroness Stewart of Garlies (Second of name, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Garlies with pennant K475, decommissioned in 1945, returned to the United States under Lend-Lease, was scrapped two years later; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F475) *

    DE-272 Lovering — Davida Gould-Lovering (Second of name, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Gould with pennant K476, was sunk by torpedo strike the following year by KMS U-358 north-northeast of Ponta Delgata, the Azores; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F476) *
    DE-273 Sanders — Robyn Grindall-Sanders (Second of name, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Grindall with pennant K477, decommissioned in 1945, returned to the United States under Lend-Lease, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F477) *
    DE-274 O'Toole — Alice Gardiner-O'Toole (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Gardiner with pennant K478, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States under Lend-Lease, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F478) *
    DE-275 Reybold — Sophia Glenda Goodall-Reybold (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Goodall with pennant K479, was sunk by torpedo strike in 1945 while escorting convoy RA-66 by KMS U-286 north-northwest of Granítnyj, Russia; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F479) *
    DE-276 George — Wynter Goodsonn-George (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Goodson with pennant K480, damaged beyond economical repair by torpedo strike the following year while supporting the Normandy invasion by KMS U-984, decommissioned later in 1944, returned to the United States under Lend-Lease, was scrapped in 1947; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F480) *
    DE-277 Herzog — Joanna Gore-Herzog (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Gore with pennant K481, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States under Lend-Lease, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F481) *

    DE-278 Tisdale — Ruth Gayle Keats-Tisdale (Second of name, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Keats with pennant K482, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States under Lend-Lease, was scrapped that year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F482) *
    DE-279 Trumpeter — Jasmyn Kempthorne (Second of name, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Kempthorne with pennant K483, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States under Lend-Lease, was scrapped that year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F483) *
    DE-280 (no name) — Lady Rose Bryce Kingsmill, Baronetess of Sidmanton (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Kingsmill with pennant K484, decommissioned in 1945, returned to the United States under Lend-Lease, was scrapped two years later; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F484) *
    DE-301 USS Lake — Janet Eryn Lake (Decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DE-302 USS Lyman — Chantel Lyman (Decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DE-303 USS Crowley — Temple Eve Crowley (Decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DE-304 USS Rall — Riley Rexanne Rall (Decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped two years later)
    DE-305 USS Halloran — Wynne Imogen Halloran (Decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped two years later)
    DE-306 USS Connolly — Joan Gayle Connolly (Decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DE-307 USS FinneganWynter Michelle Finnegan (Decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DE-308 Creamer — Winona Wren Creamer-Doyle (Cancelled after launch in 1944, was scrapped; adopted by Canada, renamed HMCS Brunswicker with hull number FFE-430) *
    DE-309 Ely — Evonne Brier Ely-Archibald (Cancelled after launch in 1944, was scrapped; adopted by Canada, renamed NCSM Chippawa with hull number FFE-431) *
    DE-310 Delbert W. Halsey — Delilah Willow Halsey-Belleau (Cancelled before launch in 1944, was scrapped; adopted by Canada, renamed NCSM Donnacona with hull number FFE-432) *
    DE-311 Keppler — Rhianna June Keppler-Trutch (Cancelled before launch in 1944, was scrapped; adopted by Canada, renamed HMCS Malahat with hull number FFE-433) *
    DE-312 Lloyd Thomas — Lindsay Thomas-Forget (Cancelled before launch in 1944, was scrapped; adopted by Canada, renamed HMCS Queen with hull number FFE-434) *
    DE-313 William C. Lawe — Winifred Clover Lawe-Williams (Cancelled before launch in 1944, was scrapped; adopted by Canada, renamed HMCS Scotian with hull number FFE-435) *
    DE-314 Willard Keith — Xara Yolanda Keith-Bulyea (Cancelled before launch in 1944, was scrapped; adopted by Canada, renamed HMCS Tecumseh with hull number FFE-436) *
    DE-315 (no name) — Olive Janet Gaynier-Stisted (Cancelled before launch in 1944, was scrapped, never named; adopted by Canada, named HMCS York with hull number FFE-437) *
    DE-516 (no name) — Jaiden Lawford (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Lawford with pennant K514, was sunk by air attack in 1944 during the Normandy invasion by a glider bomb north of Courseulles-sur-Mer, France; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F514) *
    DE-517 (no name) — Lady Tatum Louis, Baronetess of Chelston (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Louis with pennant K515, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States under Lend-Lease, was scrapped that year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F515) *
    DE-518 (no name) — Janessa Lawson (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Lawson with pennant K516, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States under Lend-Lease, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F516) *
    DE-519 (no name) — Lady Timothea Pasley, Baronetess of Craig (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Pasley with pennant K564, decommissioned in 1945, returned to the United States under Lend-Lease, was scrapped that year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F564) *
    DE-520 (no name) — Jayna Wilma Loring (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Loring with pennant K565, decommissioned in 1947, returned to the United States under Lend-Lease, was scrapped that year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F565) *

    DE-521 (no name) — Lady Whitney Hoste-Mitchell, Baronetess of Ingoldisthorpe (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Mitchell with pennant K566, renamed HMS Hoste prior to commissioning, decommissioned two years later, returned to the United States under Lend-Lease, was scrapped in 1947; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F566) *
    DE-522 (no name) — Roxanna Moorsom (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Moorsom with pennant K567, decommissioned in 1945, returned to the United States under Lend-Lease, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F567) *
    DE-523 (no name) — The Most Honourable Roberta Manners, Marchioness of Granby (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Manners with pennant K568, damaged beyond economical repair by torpedo strike in 1945 by KMS U-1051 north of east from Balbriggan, Ireland; ship broke in half, stern section sank, bow section towed to Barrow-in-Furness where declared a constructive total loss, decommissioned later that year, returned to the United States under Lend-Lease, was scrapped in 1947; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F568) *

    DE-524 (no name) — Winona Mounsey (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Mounsey with pennant K569, decommissioned in 1945, returned to the United States under Lend-Lease, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F569) *
    DE-525 (no name) — Charlene Inglis (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Inglis [second of name] with pennant K570, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States under Lend-Lease, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F570) *

    DE-526 (no name) — Heidi Inman (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Inman with pennant K571, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States under Lend-Lease, was scrapped that year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F571) *
    DE-527 USS O'Toole — Jennelle Allene O'Toole (Second of name, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DE-528 USS John J. Powers — Jasmine Jodie Powers (Decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DE-529 USS Mason — Nina Hazel Mason (Second of name, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped two years later)
    DE-530 USS John M. Bermingham — Jocelyn Miranda Bermingham (Decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)

    Ship prefix

    HMCS — His/Her Majesty's Canadian Ship (Royal Canadian Navy English ship prefix)
    HMS — His/Her Majesty's Ship
    KMS — Kriegsmarineschiff ("War Navy Ship") (Germany Navy ship prefix from 1935-1945)
    NCSM — Navire Canadien de Sa Majesté (Royal Canadian Navy French ship prefix)
    USS — United States Ship

    ZMZ — Zhōnghuá Mínguó Zhànjiàn 中華民國戰艦 ("Warship of the Republic of China")

    Hull classification symbols and pennant superior letters

    BDE — British Destroyer Escort
    DE — Destroyer Escort
    F — Frigate (Royal Navy pennant superior)
    FFE — Escort Frigate
    U — Unterseeboot ("Submarine") (German Navy pennant superior)

    XJ – Xúnfángjiàn 巡防艦 ("Frigate")
    Note that in World War Two, the British Commonwealth did not use a uniform ship-type pennant superior lettering system, though escort ships normally received pennant superior K.
     
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    Pyeknu Cross-Dimensional Magical Sith GIrl

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    Note that some of the names listed above have been modified to include noble titles for those British shipgirls named after peers of the Realm.
     
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    OblivionFan007 Not too sore, are you?

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  5. Threadmarks: United States: Buckley-class Destroyer Escorts (Updated)
    Pyeknu

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    As always, no problem. Can't really do writing due to issues with the hard drive, but updating lists is alright.

    Anyhow, here are the Buckley sisters. Enjoy!

    KANTAI COLLECTION/AZUR LANE/WARSHIP GIRLS
    LIST OF BUCKLEY-CLASS DESTROYER ESCORTS

    No./Ship Name — Human Name (Fate)

    DE-51 USS Buckley — Joan Diana Buckley (Decommissioned in 1946, reclassified DER-51 in 1949, reclassified again as DE-51 in 1954, was scrapped in 1969)
    DE-52 (no name) — Jonelle Bentinck (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Bentinck [second of name] with pennant K314, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, was scrapped that year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F314) *
    DE-53 USS Charles Lawrence — Charlene Lawrence (Reclassified APD-37 in 1944, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1965)
    DE-54 USS Daniel T. Griffin — Daniela Thelma Griffin y Virgilio Uribe (Reclassified APD-38 in 1944, decommissioned in 1946, transferred to Chile in 1966, renamed AC Luis Virgilio Uribe with hull number DT-04; decommissioned the second time in 1995, was scrapped that year)
    DE-55 (no name) — Beatrix Byard (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Byard [second of name] with pennant K315, decommissioned in 1945, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F315) *
    DE-56 USS Donnell — Earnestine Rose Donnell (Damaged beyond economical repair by torpedo strike in 1943 by KMS U-473, reclassified IX-182 to serve as seaborne power plant, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DE-57 USS Fogg — Carla Thomasin Fogg (Decommissioned in 1947, reclassified DER-57 in 1949, reclassified again as DE-57 in 1954, was scrapped in 1966)
    DE-58 (no name) — Lady Ryanne Calder, Baronetess of Southwick (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Calder with pennant K349, decommissioned in 1945, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, was scrapped in 1948; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F349) *
    DE-59 USS Foss — Robin Shelley Foss (Decommissioned in 1957, was sunk as target in 1966 near San Diego, California)
    DE-60 USS Gantner — Samantha Měixiāng Gantner 薩曼莎·美香·甘特納 (Reclassified APD-42 in 1945, decommissioned in 1949, transferred to Taiwan in 1966, renamed ZMZ Wénshān ZMZ 文山 with hull number XJ-12; decommissioned the second time in 1991, was scrapped the following year)

    DE-61 (no name) — Lady Julia Taylor Duckworth, Baronetess of Topsham (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Duckworth [second of name] with pennant K351, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, was scrapped later that year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F351) *
    DE-62 USS George W. Ingram — Geraldine Měinuó Ingram 杰拉爾丁·美娜·英格拉姆 (Reclassified APD-43 in 1945, decommissioned in 1947, transferred to Taiwan in 1967, renamed ZMZ Gāngshān ZMZ 岡山 with hull number XJ-16; decommissioned the second time in 1978, was scrapped the following year)
    DE-63 USS Ira Jeffery — Iona Wendy Jeffrey (Reclassified APD-44 in 1945, decommissioned the following year, was sunk as target in 1962)
    DE-64 Lamons — Gale Duff-Lamons (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Duff [second of name] with pennant K352, damaged beyond economical repair by mine strike the following year off Ostend, Belgium; decommissioned in 1945, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, was scrapped in 1947; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F341) *
    DE-65 USS Lee Fox — Leigh Fox (Reclassified ADP-45 in 1945, decommissioned the following year, was scrapped in 1966)
    DE-66 USS Amesbury — Stacey Morgan Amesbury (Reclassified APD-46 in 1945, decommissioned the following year, was sunk while under tow to scrapping in 1962 near Key West, Florida)

    DE-67 (no name) — Vanessa Wanda Essington (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Essington [second of name] with pennant K342, decommissioned in 1945, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, was scrapped that year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F342) *
    DE-68 USS Bates — Ellie Mary Bates (Reclassified APD-47 in 1944, was sunk by kamikaze in 1945 south of Ie Island, Japan)
    DE-69 USS Blessman — Elaine Měifēn Blessman 伊斯塔爾·美芬·布萊斯曼 (Reclassified APD-48 in 1944, decommissioned in 1947, transferred to Taiwan in 1967, renamed ZMZ Zhōngshān ZMZ 鍾山 with hull number XJ-17; decommissioned the second time in 1995, was scrapped that year)

    DE-70 USS Joseph E. Campbell — Jacinta Edelmira Campbell Riquelme de la Barrera y Vargas (Reclassified APD-49 in 1944, decommissioned in 1946, transferred to Chile in 1966, renamed AC Riquelme with hull number DT-03; decommissioned the second time in 1973, used as parts hulk and was scrapped that year)

    DE-71 (no name) — Lady Esmerelda Noelia Affleck y de la Luz, Baronetess of Dalham Hall (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Affleck with pennant K462, decommissioned in 1945, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, sold into mercantile service in 1947 as SS Nostra de la Luz, was scrapped in the 1970s; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F362) *
    DE-72 (no name) — The Right Honourable Lady Marlene Aylmer, Baroness of Balrath (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Aylmer with pennant K463, decommissioned in 1945, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, was scrapped two yeas later; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F463) *
    DE-73 (no name) — Georgette Balfour (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Balfour with pennant K464, decommissioned in 1945, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F464) *
    DE-74 (no name) — Janna Bentley (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Bentley with pennant K465, decommissioned in 1945, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, was scrapped two years later; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F465) *
    DE-75 (no name) — Lady Rhonda Bickerton, Baronetess of Upwood (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Bickerton with pennant K466, was sunk by torpedo strike in 1944 by KMS U-354 while escorting convoy JW-59 north-northwest of Skjervoy, Norway; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F466) *
    DE-76 (no name) — Veronica Winter Bligh (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Bligh with pennant K467, decommissioned in 1945, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, was scrapped two years later; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F439) *
    DE-77 (no name) — Suzanna Brathwaite (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Brathwaite with pennant K468, decommissioned in 1945, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F440) *
    DE-78 (no name) — Cheryl Bullen (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Bullen with pennant K469, was sunk by torpedo strike the following year by KMS U-775 northwest of Strathy Point, Scotland; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F469) *
    DE-79 (no name) — Jodie Byron (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Byron with pennant K508, decommissioned in 1945, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, was scrapped two years later; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F508) *
    DE-80 (no name) — Jocosta Conn (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Conn with pennant K509, decommissioned in 1945, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, was scrapped two years later; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F509) *

    DE-81 (no name) — Lady Carmel Cotton, Baronetess of Landwade (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Cotton with pennant K510, decommissioned in 1945, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F451) *
    DE-82 (no name) — The Right Honourable Lady Jennifer Cranstoun, Baroness of Morristown (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Cranstoun with pennant K511, decommissioned in 1945, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, was scrapped two years later; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F511) *
    DE-83 (no name) — Jean Cubitt (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Cubitt with pennant K512, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F512) *
    DE-84 (no name) — Helena Elizabeth Curzon (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Curzon with pennant K513, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, was scrapped that year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F513) *
    DE-85 (no name) — Grace Dakins (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Dakins with pennant K550, damaged beyond economical repair by mine strike in 1944 north-northwest of Ostend, Belgium; served as depot ship at Harwich, England until 1947 when decommissioned, was scrapped that year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F550) *
    DE-86 (no name) — Judy Deane (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Deane with pennant K551, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, was scrapped that year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F551) *
    DE-87 (no name) — Corrine Ekins (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Ekins with pennant K552, decommissioned in 1945, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, was scrapped two years later; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F552) *
    DE-88 (no name) — Robynne Fitzroy (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Fitzroy with pennant K553, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, was scrapped that year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F553) *
    DE-89 (no name) — Rosalyn Redmill (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Redmill with pennant K554, damaged beyond economical repair by torpedo strike in 1945 by KMS U-1105 north of west from Porturlin, Ireland; decommissioned in 1947, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, was scrapped that year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F554) *
    DE-90 (no name) — Ripley Retalick (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Retalick with pennant K555, decommissioned in 1945, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F555) *


    DE-91 (no name) — Layne Wynter Russell-Halstead (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Russell with pennant K556, renamed HMS Halstead before commissioning, damaged beyond economical repair by torpedo strike in 1944 during the Normandy invasion by elements of 5. Torpedoflottille north of Cherbourg-en-Cotentin, France; used as spare parts source until decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F556) *
    DE-92 (no name) — Eden Riou (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Riou with pennant K557, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F557) *
    DE-93 (no name) — Whitney Gale Rutherford (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Rutherford with pennant K558, decommissioned in 1945, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F558) *
    DE-94 (no name) — Phoebe Cosby (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Cosby with pennant K559, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, was scrapped that year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F559) *
    DE-95 (no name) — Lady Jayna Rowley, Baronetess of Tendring Hall (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Rowley with pennant K560, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, was scrapped that year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F560) *
    DE-96 (no name) — The Honourable Lady Reinhilde von der Pfalz-Wittelsbach, Viscountess of Cumberland and Teviotdale (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Rupert with pennant K561, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, was scrapped that year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F561) *
    DE-97 (no name) — Janet Stockham (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Stockham with pennant K562, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, was scrapped two years later; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F562) *
    DE-98 (no name) — The Honourable Lady Honor Seymour, Viscountess of Beauchamp (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Seymour with pennant K563, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, was scrapped two years later; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F563) *
    DE-153 USS Reuben James — Rhonda James (Second of name, decommissioned in 1947, was sunk as target in 1971; adopted by the State of Delaware as DENS Reuben James with hull number DEFF-153) *
    DE-154 USS Sims — Willow Sophia Sims (Second of name, reclassified APD-50 in 1944, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1961; adopted by Canada, renamed HMCS Ganaraska with hull number FFE-448) *

    DE-155 USS Hopping — Hallie Lynn Hopping (Reclassified APD-51 in 1944, decommissioned in 1947, was scrapped in 1966)
    DE-156 USS Reeves — Tomasina Jesúsa Reeves de Azuay (Reclassified APD-52 in 1944, decommissioned in 1946, transferred to Ecuador in 1961 for use as a floating power station, final fate unknown; adopted by Ecuador, renamed BAE Azuay with hull number DT-03) *
    DE-157 USS Fechteler — Audrey Faye Fechteler (Was sunk by torpedo strike in 1944 by KMS U-967 south of Roquetas de Mar, Spain)
    DE-158 USS Chase — Jerusha Violet Chase (Second of name, reclassified APD-54 in 1944, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped that year)
    DE-159 USS Laning — Harley Laning (Reclassified APD-55 in 1944, decommissioned in 1946, recommissioned as 1951; decommissioned the second time in 1957, reclassified LPR-55 two years later, was scrapped in 1975)
    DE-160 USS Loy — Jayna Kelley Loy (Reclassified APD-56 in 1944, decommissioned in 1947, was scrapped in 1966)
    DE-161 USS Barber — Macaria Renata Lorita Barber de Coahuila de Zaragoza (Reclassified APD-57 in 1944, decommissioned in 1946, transferred to Mexico in 1969, renamed ARM Coahuila with pennant F05; renamed ARM Vincente Guerrero in 1994, restored to original name later, decommissioned the second time in 2001)
    DE-198 USS Lovelace — Donna Alexa Lovelace (Decommissioned in 1946, was sunk as target in 1968 off California)
    DE-199 USS Manning — Millicent Ashley Manning (Decommissioned in 1947, was scrapped in 1969)
    DE-200 USS Neuendorf — Winter Freida Neuendorf (Decommissioned in 1946, was sunk as target in 1967 off California)
    DE-201 USS James E. Craig — Janet Eden Craig (Decommissioned in 1946, was sunk as target in 1969 off California)
    DE-202 USS Eichenberger — Charlotte Emilia Eichenberger (Decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1973)
    DE-203 USS Thomason — Clarette Austina Thomason (Decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1969)
    DE-204 USS Jordan — Julia Bethany Jordan (Damaged beyond economical repair by collision in 1944 with SS John Sherman, decommissioned the following year, was scrapped in 1947)
    DE-205 USS Newman — Lacey Gale Newman (Reclassified APD-59 in 1944, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1966)
    DE-206 USS Liddle — Xaviera Polly Liddle (Reclassified APD-60 in 1944, decommissioned in 1946; recommissioned in 1950, decommissioned the second time in 1959; recommissioned again two years later, decommissioned for the final time in 1967, was scrapped that year)
    DE-207 USS Kephart — Willow Poyŏn Kephart 윌로우 보연 케파르트 (Reclassified APD-61 in 1944, decommissioned in 1946, transferred to Korea in 1967, renamed TMK Kyŏngbuk TMK 경북 with hull number KH-64; decommissioned the second time in 1985, was scrapped that year)
    DE-208 USS Cofer — Juniper Jodie Cofer (Reclassified APD-62 in 1944, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1968)
    DE-209 USS Lloyd — Wynter Roselyn Lloyd (Reclassified APD-63 in 1944, decommissioned in 1946, recommissioned in 1951; decommissioned the second time in 1958, was scrapped in 1968)
    DE-210 USS Otter — Bethany Victoria Otter (Decommissioned in 1947, was sunk as target in 1970 off Puerto Rico)

    DE-211 USS Hubbard — Joelle Christine Hubbard (Reclassified APD-53 in 1945, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1966)
    DE-212 USS Hayter — Hunter Myŏngsuk Hayter 헌터 명석 헤이터 (Reclassified APD-80 in 1945, decommissioned the following year, transferred to Korea in 1967, renamed TMK Chŏnnam TMK 전남 with hull number KH-65; decommissioned the second time in 1986, was scrapped that year)
    DE-213 USS William T. Powell — Wynne Tracey Powell (Reclassified DER-213 in 1949, decommissioned in 1958, was scrapped in 1966)
    DE-214 USS Scott — Roberta Raye Scott (Decommissioned in 1947, was scrapped in 1967)
    DE-215 USS Burke — Jimena Elena Burke y Brión (Reclassified APD-65 in 1945, decommissioned in 1949, transferred to Colombia in 1968, renamed ARC Almirante Brión with hull number DT-03; decommissioned the second time in 1974, was scrapped that year)
    DE-216 USS Enright — Rafaela Paloma Feliciana Enright y Morán Valverde (Reclassified APD-66 in 1945, decommissioned the following year, transferred to Ecuador in 1967, renamed BAE 25 de Julio with hull number DT-02; renamed BAE Morán Valverde in 1975, decommissioned the second time in 1989, was scrapped that year)
    DE-217 USS Coolbaugh — Winnifred Wendy Coolbaugh (Decommissioned in 1960, was scrapped in 1973)
    DE-218 USS Darby — Marion Edith Darby (Decommissioned in 1947, recommissioned in 1950; decommissioned the second time in 1964, was sunk as target in 1970 off Vieques Island, Puerto Rico)
    DE-219 USS J. Douglas Blackwood — Janet Dolanna Blackwood (Decommissioned in 1946, recommissioned in 1951; decommissioned the second time in 1958, recommissioned three years later; decommissioned for the final time in 1962, used as alongside training ship until 1970, was sunk as target later that year)
    DE-220 USS Francis M. Robinson — Francine Mildred Robinson (Decommissioned in 1960, was scrapped in 1973)

    DE-221 USS Solar — Adelle Solar (Damaged beyond economical repair by magazine explosion in 1946 at Naval Weapons Station Earle, New Jersey; decommissioned later that year and was scuttled off Long Island, New York)
    DE-222 USS Fowler — Rhonda Lynne Fowler (Decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1966)
    DE-223 USS Spangenberg — Kelley Josie Spangenberg (Decommissioned in 1947, reclassified DER-223 two years later, reclassified again as DE-223 in 1954, was scrapped in 1966)
    DE-563 (no name) — Ellen May Spragge (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1944, renamed HMS Spragge [second of name] with pennant K572, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F572) *
    DE-564 (no name) — Reanna Stayner (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Stayner with pennant K573, decommissioned in 1945, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, was scrapped two years later; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F573) *
    DE-565 (no name) — Esther Thornborough (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Thornborough with pennant K574, decommissioned in 1947, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, was scrapped that year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F574) *
    DE-566 (no name) — Hunter Trollope (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Trollope with pennant K575, damaged beyond economical repair by torpedo strikes the following year by German S-boat near Arromanches-les-Bains, France; ship broke in half, bow scuttled, declared a total loss, decommissioned afterwards, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, was scrapped in 1951; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F575) *
    DE-567 (no name) — Carol Tyler (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1944, renamed HMS Tyler with pennant K576, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, was scrapped that year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F576) *
    DE-568 (no name) — The Right Honourable Lady Genette Byng, Baroness Bing of Southill (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1944, renamed HMS Torrington with pennant K577, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F577) *
    DE-569 (no name) — Jaclyn Narborough (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1944, renamed HMS Narborough with pennant K578, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, was scrapped that year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F578) *
    DE-570 (no name) — The Right Honourable Lady Wisdom Waldegrave, Baroness of Radstock (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1944, renamed HMS Waldegrave with pennant K579, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, was scrapped that year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F579) *
    DE-571 (no name) — Ellen Whitaker (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1944, renamed HMS Whitaker [second of name] with pennant K580, damaged beyond economical repair by torpedo strike later that year by KMS U-483 northwest of Cionn Mhálanna, Ireland; bow lost, declared constructive total loss, decommissioned the following year, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, was scrapped in 1947; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F580) *
    DE-572 (no name) — Reagan Holmes (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1944, renamed HMS Holmes with pennant K581, decommissioned the following year, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, was scrapped in 1947; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F581) *
    DE-573 (no name) — Vivian Wanda Hargood (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1944, renamed HMS Hargood with pennant K582, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F582) *
    DE-574 (no name) — Wynne Hotham (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1944, renamed HMS Hotham with pennant K583, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F583) *
    DE-575 USS Ahrens — Edna Helen Ahrens (Decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1967)
    DE-576 USS Barr — Wren Wisdom Barr (Reclassified APD-39 in 1944, decommissioned two years later, was sunk as target in 1963 off Puerto Rico)

    DE-577 USS Alexander J. Luke — Alexandra Janet Luke (Decommissioned in 1947, was sunk as target in 1970 off Newport, Rhode Island)
    DE-578 USS Robert I. Paine — Rose Iona Paine (Decommissioned in 1947, reclassified as DER-578 two years later, reclassified again as DE-578 in 1954, was scrapped in 1969)
    DE-633 USS Foreman — Andrea Lydia Foreman (Decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1966)

    DE-634 USS Whitehurst — Helen Prudence Whitehurst (Decommissioned in 1946, recommissioned in 1950; decommissioned the second time in 1958, recommissioned again in 1961; decommissioned for the final time a year later, was sunk as target in 1971)
    DE-635 USS England — Joëlle Candice England (Damaged beyond economical repair by kamikaze in 1945 north of Kerama Island, Japan; decommissioned later that year, was scrapped in 1946)
    DE-636 USS Witter — Jean Clover Witter (Damaged beyond economical repair by kamikaze in 1945 southeast of Okinawa; decommissioned later that year, was scrapped in 1946)
    DE-637 USS Bowers — Rasalan Kalangitan Bowers Sulayman (Reclassified APD-40 in 1945, decommissioned two years later, recommissioned in 1951; decommissioned the second time on transfer to the Philippines, renamed BRP Rajah Soliman with hull number DT-02; was capsized thanks to Typhoon Winnie in 1964 at the Bataan Naval Shipyard, damaged beyond economical repair, decommissioned later that year, was scrapped in 1966)
    DE-638 USS Willmarth — Kaycee Willmarth (Decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1968)
    DE-639 USS Gendreau — Édith Adéaïde Marcelle Gendreau (Decommissioned in 1948, was scrapped in 1973)
    DE-640 USS Fieberling — Lark Konstance Fieberling (Decommissioned in 1948, was scrapped in 1972)
    DE-641 USS William C. Cole — Winter Carolyn Cole (Decommissioned in 1948, was scrapped in 1972)
    DE-642 USS Paul G. Baker — Pauline Geraldine Baker (Decommissioned in 1947, was scrapped in 1970)
    DE-643 USS Damon M. Cummings — Daphne Melissa Cummings (Decommissioned in 1947, was scrapped in 1973)
    DE-644 USS Vammen — Chelsey Edna Vammen (Decommissioned in 1947, recommissioned in 1952; decommissioned the second time in 1960, recommissioned again the following year; decommissioned for the final time in 1962, was sunk as target in 1971 off San Clemente Island, California)
    DE-665 USS Jenks — Heidi Paige Jenks (Decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1968)
    DE-666 USS Durik — Jenny Elaine Durik (Decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1967)
    DE-667 USS Wiseman — Olive Bryce Wiseman (Decommissioned in 1946, recommissioned in 1950; decommissioned the second time in 1959, recommissioned again two years later; decommissioned for the final time in 1962, was scrapped in 1974)
    DE-668 USS Yokes — Wynter Joan Yokes (Reclassified APD-69 in 1944, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1965)
    DE-669 USS Pavlic — Marissa Flora Pavlic (Reclassified APD-70 in 1944, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1968)
    DE-670 USS Odum — Juana Reyna Odum y Serrano Fernández (Reclassified APD-71 in 1944, decommissioned in 1946, transferred to Chile in 1966, renamed AC Serrano with hull number DT-01; decommissioned the second time in 1984, was scrapped that year)
    DE-671 USS Jack C. Robinson — Jovita Conchita Robinson y Orella (Reclassified APD-72 in 1944, decommissioned in 1946, transferred to Chile in 1966, renamed AC Orella with hull number DT-02; decommissioned the second time at unknown period, was scrapped)
    DE-672 USS Bassett — Emiliana Rosario Bassett y Tono Llopiz (Reclassified APD-73 in 1944, decommissioned in 1946, recommissioned in 1950; decommissioned the second time in 1957, transferred to Colombia in 1967, renamed ARC Almirante Tono with hull number DT-02; decommissioned the final time in the mid 1970s, was scrapped)
    DE-673 USS John P. Gray — Jobeth Pansy Gray (Reclassified APD-74 in 1944, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1968)
    DE-675 USS Weber — Faye Trudy Weber (Reclassified APD-75 in 1944, decommissioned in 1947, was sunk as target in 1962)
    DE-676 USS Schmitt — Altair Huìqīng Schmitt 阿爾泰爾·惠輕·施密特 (Reclassified APD-76 in 1945, decommissioned in 1949, transferred to Taiwan in 1968, renamed ZMZ Lóngshān ZMZ 龍山 with hull number XJ-18; decommissioned the second time in 1976, was scrapped that year)
    DE-677 USS Frament — Pastora Suelo Frament de Cañar (Reclassified APD-77 in 1944, decommissioned in 1946, transferred to Ecuador in 1961 as a floating power station, final fate unknown; adopted as BAE Cañar with hull number DT-04) *
    DE-678 USS Harmon — Leona Rayven Harmon (Second of name, decommissioned in 1947, was scrapped in 1967)
    DE-679 USS Greenwood — Felina Greenwood (Decommissioned in 1962, was scrapped in 1967)
    DE-680 USS Loeser — Aryana Eliza Loeser (Decommissioned in 1962, was sunk as target in 1969)
    DE-681 USS Gillette — Dorothy Wynne Gillette (Decommissioned in 1947, was scrapped in 1973)
    DE-682 USS Underhill — Sandra Jacklyn Underhill (Was sunk by kamikaze manned torpedo in 1945 east-northeast of Santa Anna, the Philippines)
    DE-683 USS Henry R. Kenyon — Helen Ruth Kenyon (Decommissioned in 1947, was scrapped in 1970)

    DE-693 USS Bull — Rowena Lányīng Bull 羅維娜·蘭鷹·布爾 (Second of name, reclassified APD-78 in 1944, decommissioned in 1947, transferred to Taiwan in 1966, renamed ZMZ Lúshān ZMZ 廬山 with hull number XJ-13; decommissioned the second time in 1995, was scrapped that year)

    DE-694 USS Bunch — Kelsey Celestine Bunch (Reclassified APD-79 in 1944, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1965)
    DE-695 USS Rich — Raelyn Mae Rich (Was sunk by mine strike in 1944 during the invasion of Normandy north of east of Quinéville, France; wreck dismantled post-war)
    DE-696 USS Spangler — Dorothea Hope Spangler (Decommissioned in 1958, was scrapped in 1972)
    DE-697 USS George — Eileen Farrah George (Second of name, decommissioned in 1958, was scrapped in 1970)
    DE-698 USS Raby — Jedidah Jaye Raby (Reclassified DEC-698 in 1949, decommissioned in 1953, reclassified again as DE-698 in 1957, was scrapped in 1968)
    DE-699 USS Marsh — Bethany Rosemary Marsh (Decommissioned in 1962, was scrapped in 1974)
    DE-700 USS Currier — Ramona Norene Currier (Decommissioned in 1960, was sunk as target in 1967 off southern California)
    DE-701 USS Osmus — Winter Frannie Osmus (Decommissioned in 1947, was scrapped in 1973)
    DE-702 USS Earl V. Johnson — Eavan Virginia Johnson (Decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1968)
    DE-703 USS Holton — Robynne Erica Holton (Decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1974)
    DE-704 USS Cronin — Cordelia Cronin (Second of name, reclassified DEC-704 in 1950, decommissioned in 1953, reclassified again as DE-704 in 1957, was sunk as target in 1971 south of east from Savannah, Georgia)
    DE-705 USS Frybarger — Rain Frybarger (Decommissioned in 1947, reclassified DEC-705 on recommissioning in 1950; decommissioned the second time in 1954, reclassified again as DE-705 in 1957, was scrapped in 1973)
    DE-789 USS Tatum — Laura Alberta Tatum (Reclassified APD-81 in 1944, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1961)
    DE-790 USS Borum — Joetta Regan Borum (Reclassified APD-82 in 1945, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1966)
    DE-791 USS Maloy — Tiffany Jolee Maloy (Reclassified EDE-791 in 1946 while serving as equipment test platform, decommissioned in 1965, was scrapped the following year)
    DE-792 USS Haines — Richelle Allison Haines (Reclassified APD-84 in 1944, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1961)
    DE-793 USS Runels — Destiny Sophia Runels (Reclassified APD-85 in 1944, decommissioned in 1947, was scrapped in 1961)
    DE-794 USS Hollis — Rexanne Hollis (Reclassified APD-86 in 1945, decommissioned in 1956, was scrapped in 1975)
    DE-795 USS Gunason — Ronnette Wilma Gunason (Decommissioned in 1948, was sunk as target in 1973 off San Clemente Island, California)
    DE-796 USS Major — Charlene Nancy Major (Decommissioned in 1948, was scrapped in 1973)
    DE-797 USS Weeden — Carlotte Adrienne Weeden (Decommissioned in 1946, recommissioned in 1950; decommissioned the second time in 1958, was scrapped in 1969)
    DE-798 USS Varian — Berlin Sandra Varian (Decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1974)
    DE-799 USS Scroggins — Tara Hollie Scroggins (Decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1967)
    DE-800 USS Jack W. Wilke — Justine Wendy Wilke (Decommissioned in 1960, was scrapped in 1974)


    Ship prefix

    American federal ship prefixes
    USS — United States Ship

    American naval militia/national guard ship prefixes
    DENS — State of Delaware Naval Ship

    Other ship prefixes
    AC — Armada de Chile ("Navy of Chile")
    ARC — Armada de la República de Colombia ("Navy of the Republic of Colombia")
    ARM — Armada República Mexicana ("Navy of the Mexican Republic")
    BAE — Buque de la Armada de Ecuador ("Ship of the Navy of Ecuador")
    BRP — Barko ng Republika ng Pilipinas ("Ship of the Republic of the Philippines")
    HMCS — His/Her Majesty's Canadian Ship (Royal Canadian Navy English ship prefix)
    HMS — His/Her Majesty's Ship

    TMK — Taehan Minguk Kunhan 대한민국군함 ("Warship of the Republic of Korea")
    ZMZ — Zhōnghuá Mínguó Zhànjiàn 中華民國戰艦 ("Warship of the Republic of China")


    Hull classification codes and pennant superior letters

    APD — Fast Personnel Transport
    DE — Destroyer Escort
    DEC — Destroyer Escort/Control Platform
    DEFF — Delaware Naval Militia Frigate
    DER — Radar Picket Destroyer Escort
    DT — Transport Destroyer (Philippine Navy hull classification code)
    DT — Destructor Transporte ("Transport Destroyer") (Chilean Navy and Ecuadorian Navy hull classification code)
    EDE — Experimental Destroyer Escort
    F — Frigate (Royal Navy pennant superior)
    FFE — Escort Frigate
    IX — Miscellaneous Auxiliary

    KH — Kuch'uk'ouiham 구축호위함 ("Escort Destroyer") (Korean Navy hull classification code)
    LPR — High Speed Amphibious Transport
    U — Unterseeboot ("Submarine") (German Navy pennant superior)

    XJ — Xúnfángjiàn 巡防艦 ("Frigate") (Chinese Navy hull classification code)
    Note that in World War Two, the British Commonwealth never used a uniform pennant superior letter system, though escort ships were normally given pennant superior K.
     
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  6. Extras: Australia: Aircraft Carriers, Battleships, Cruisers and Destroyers
    Pyeknu

    Pyeknu Cross-Dimensional Magical Sith GIrl

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    Have to take a little break from redoing my list of American destroyer escorts to look at Australia's fleet, both what the Commonwealth had in real life and what unbuilt vessels she would adopt in the universe of my stories.

    Please note that all marks of adoptions and hull numbers listed here are my own.

    Also be advised, the Ocean-class magical battleships (in effect, the Australian-built Argo-class) are listed here as well.

    Enjoy!

    KANTAI COLLECTION/AZUR LANE/WARSHIP GIRLS
    LIST OF AUSTRALIAN LARGE WARSHIPS

    No./Ship Name — Human Name (Fate)

    MALTA-CLASS AIRCRAFT CARRIER
    CV-09 HMAS Jervis Bay — Tamsyn Michelle Shakespeare (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Africa, cancelled before construction in 1945; adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    CV-23 HMAS Centralian — Godiva Allie Letts (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Malta, cancelled before construction in 1945; adopted by Australia and renamed) *



    COLOSSUS-CLASS LIGHT AIRCRAFT CARRIER
    CVL-24 HMAS Vengeance — Dorothy Mary Louise Neame (Built for the United Kingdom as HMS Vengeance with pennant R71, transferred to Australia in 1952 without change of name or pennant; returned to the United Kingdom in 1955; transferred to Brazil in 1956, renamed NAeL Minas Gerais [effective second of name] with pennant A11, decommissioned in 2001, was scrapped in 2004)


    MAJESTIC-CLASS LIGHT AIRCRAFT CARRIER
    CVL-25 HMAS Sydney — Rosalinda Raye Dowling (Third of name, built for the United Kingdom as HMS Terrible with pennant R93, not completed by end of World War Two, sold to Australia in 1947 and renamed with pennant R17; reclassified as a fast troop transport in 1962, given new pennant A214; reclassified as a personnel transport in 1969, given new pennant P214; reclassified as a landing support ship in 1973, given new pennant L314; decommissioned that year, was scrapped two years later; renamed HMAS Cadi to prevent confusion) *
    CVL-26 HMAS Melbourne — Gayle Georgina Octavia Gatacre (Second of name, built for the United Kingdom as HMS Majestic with pennant R77, not completed by end of World War Two, sold to Australia in 1947 and renamed with pennant R21, commissioned in 1955, decommissioned in 1982, was scrapped in 1985; renamed HMAS Naarm to prevent confusion) *


    CENTAUR-CLASS LIGHT AIRCRAFT CARRIER
    CVL-27 HMAS Mianjin — Charlene Victoria Mitchell (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Arrogant, cancelled before launching in 1945, was scrapped; adopted by Australia and renamed) *


    OCEAN-CLASS BATTLESHIP (Magical)
    BB-02 HMAS Ocean — Catharine Diana Sullivan (Built for the Royal Australian Naval Magical Service, originally given pennant 05, given new hull number in 1969, in reserve commission)
    BB-03 HMAS Albion — Isabella Tessa van Diemen (Built for the Royal Australian Naval Magical Service, originally given pennant 06, given new hull number in 1969, in reserve commission)
    BB-04 HMAS Mermaid — Jasmijn Benthe Janszoon (Built for the Royal Australian Naval Magical Service, originally given pennant 07, given new hull number in 1969, in reserve commission)
    BB-05 HMAS Endeavour — Elizabeth Grace Cook (Built for the Royal Australian Naval Magical Service, originally given pennant 11, given new hull number in 1969, in reserve commission)
    BB-06 HMAS Xenophon — Susannah Ann Flinders (Built for the Royal Australian Naval Magical Service, originally given pennant 12, given new hull number in 1969, in reserve commission)
    BB-07 HMAS Eendracht — Sanne Esmee Hartog (Built for the Royal Australian Naval Magical Service, originally given pennant 14, given new hull number in 1969, in reserve commission)
    BB-08 HMAS Uluṟu — Alkawari Renée Kulitja (Built for the Royal Australian Naval Magical Service, originally given pennant 15, given new hull number in 1969, in reserve commission)


    LION-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    BB-10 HMAS Commonwealth — Christine Rhoda Wreford-Brown (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Conqueror [second of name], cancelled before construction in 1942; adopted by Australia and renamed) *


    INDEFATIGABLE-CLASS BATTLECRUISER/FAST BATTLESHIP
    BB-01 HMAS Australia — Gayle Edwina Patey (Constructed in the United Kingdom, originally given pennant 09, decommissioned in 1921, was scuttled due to the Washington Naval Treaty in 1924 east of Woollahra, New South Wales; artifacts of ship salvaged in secret by the Royal Australian Naval Magical Service, inserted into new hull built by the Canadian Ministry of Magical Affairs, renamed HMAS Sahul with same pennant number; given new hull number in 1969, in reserve commission with the RAN[M])


    ADMIRAL-CLASS BATTLECRUISER/FAST BATTLESHIP
    BB-09 HMAS Duyfken — Jane Eleanor Howe-Barton-Parkes (Resembles Warship Girls version of Raven Tennyson-d'Eyncourt [HMS Renown], ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Howe, cancelled before launching in 1919, was scrapped on slip; adopted by Australia and renamed) *


    KENT-CLASS HEAVY CRUISER
    CA-16 HMAS Australia — Francine Heather Goolden (Constructed by the United Kingdom for Australia, second of name, given pennant D84 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1954, was scrapped the next year)
    CA-17 HMAS Canberra — Alice Caroline Dixon (Resembles Warship Girls version of Rhoda Portal, constructed by the United Kingdom for Australia, given pennant I85, damaged beyond economical repair by gunfire in 1942 during the Battle of Savo Island by TH Gunkan-tachi Chōkai, Aoba, Furutaka, Kako, Kinugasa, Tenryū and Yūbari, was scuttled by USS Patterson southeast of Savo Island, the Solomon Islands)


    LONDON-CLASS HEAVY CRUISER
    CA-21 HMAS Shropshire — Amelia Willow la Touche (Built in the United Kingdom as HMS Shropshire, given pennant 73 in World War Two, transferred to Australia in 1943 without change of name or pennant, decommissioned in 1949, was scrapped in 1955)


    NORFOLK-CLASS HEAVY CRUISER
    CA-22 HMAS Darwin — Joanne Clementine Wickham (Ordered by the United Kingdom, cancelled before construction in 1930 due to the London Naval Treaty, never named; adopted by Australia and named) *


    BIRMINGHAM-CLASS LIGHT CRUISER
    CL-15 HMAS Adelaide — Janet Bryce Stevenson (Given no pennant number as commissioned after the Great War, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1949; gun shield displayed with gun from HMAS Sydney/Solander at the Leighton Battery, Mosman Park, Western Australia)


    LEANDER-CLASS LIGHT CRUISER
    CL-18 HMAS Sydney — Emily Enid Burnett (Resembles Warship Girls version of Garden Middleton [HMS Aurora], second of name, ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Phaeton, transferred to Australia and renamed with pennant D48, was sunk by gunfire in 1941 by KMS Kormoran south of west from Denham, Western Australia)
    CL-19 HMAS Hobart — Heather Heidi Howden (Resembles Warship Girls version of Danae Graham [HMS Arethusa], built in the United Kingdom as HMS Apollo with pennant D63, transferred to Australia in 1936 and renamed without change of pennant number, decommissioned in 1947, was scrapped in 1962)
    CL-20 HMAS Perth — Helen Louisa Farncomb (Resembles Kantai Collection self, built in the United Kingdom as HMS Amphion with pennant I29, transferred to Australia in 1939 and renamed with pennant D29, was sunk by combined gunfire and torpedo strikes in 1942 during the Battle of the Sunda Strait by TH Gunkan-tachi Suzuya, Kumano, Isonami and Uranami north-northeast of Cilegon, Indonesia)


    MINOTAUR-CLASS LIGHT CRUISER
    CL-28 HMAS New South Wales — Amelia Alexandra Donaldson (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Minotaur [third of name], cancelled before construction in 1950; adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    CL-29 HMAS Victoria — Mary Clara Haines (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Neptune [third of name], cancelled before construction in 1950; adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    CL-30 HMAS Queensland — Marianne Herbert (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Centurion [second of name], cancelled before construction in 1950; adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    CL-31 HMAS Lutruwita — Rosa Helen Abigail Champ (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Edgar, cancelled before construction in 1950; adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    CL-32 HMAS Croweater — Anne Sophia Finniss (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Mars, cancelled before construction in 1950; adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    CL-33 HMAS Sandgroper — Margaret Forrest (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Bellerophon [third of name], cancelled before construction in 1950; adopted by Australia and renamed) *


    CHATHAM-CLASS LIGHT CRUISER (TRAINING)
    CLT-10 HMAS Sydney — Jennifer Chelsea Tiffani Glossup (Built in the United Kingdom for Australia, given pennant 52 in the Great War, decommissioned in 1928, was scrapped the following year; foremast preserved at Bradleys Head, New South Wales; renamed HMAS Solander to prevent confusion) *
    CLT-11 HMAS Melbourne — Morgan L'Estrange Silver (Built in the United Kingdom for Australia, given pennant 86 in the Great War, decommissioned in 1928, was scrapped the following year, one gun preserved at the Fleet Air Arm Museum, Nowra, New South Wales)
    CLT-12 HMAS Brisbane — Crystal Lana Cumberlage (Given no pennant number while serving in the Great War, decommissioned in 1935, was scrapped the following year)


    PELORUS-CLASS PROTECTED/LIGHT CRUISER (TRAINING)
    CLT-13 HMAS Pioneer — Tamsin Willow Biddlecombe (Built in the United Kingdom as HMS Pioneer, transferred to Australia in 1912 without name change, given no pennant number during the Great War, decommissioned in 1916, used as accommodation ship until 1922, was stripped prior to scrapping from 1922-1924 before being sold for scrap, hulk scuttled in 1931 east of Vaucluse, New South Wales)
    CLT-14 HMAS Psyche — Heidi Feakes (Built in the United Kingdom as HMS Psyche, transferred to Australia in 1915 without name change, given no pennant number during the Great War, decommissioned in 1918, was sold for scrap in 1922, demilitarized and used as timber lighter, was sunk in storm in 1940 in Salamander Bay, New South Wales; wreck demolished in underwater demolitions exercise after 1973)


    DRESDEN-CLASS LIGHT CRUISER (TRAINING)
    CLT-34 HMAS CocosThe Right Honourable Lady Charlynne Faye Marhilda Müller, Baroness of Cocos/Ihre Hochwohlgeboren Frau Charlynne Faye Marhilda, Freiin von Müller zu Kokos (Built in Germany as SMS Emden with pennant K48, damaged beyond economical repair by gunfire in 1914 by HMAS Sydney off the Cocos Islands, was run aground off North Keeling Island; wreck was partially dismantled in the 1950s; adopted by Australia, renamed)


    AFRIDI-CLASS DESTROYER
    DD-117 HMAS Arunta — Jilli Charlize Morrow (Given pennant I30 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1956, was sunk while being towed away for scrapping in 1969 off Broken Bay, New South Wales)
    DD-118 HMAS Warramunga — Emilia Frederica Valerie Dechaineux (Given pennant I44 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1959, was scrapped in 1963)
    DD-119 HMAS Bataan — Hayley Minore Burrell (Given pennant I91 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1954, was scrapped the following year)


    NOBLE-CLASS DESTROYER
    DD-120 HMAS Napier — Stephanie Helen Tracey Arliss (Built in the United Kingdom as HMS Napier, manned by Royal Australian Navy personnel, given pennant G97 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped in 1956; adopted by Australia without name change) *
    DD-121 HMAS Nestor — Allaine Sydney Rosenthal (Built in the United Kingdom as HMS Nestor, manned by Royal Australian Navy personnel, given pennant G02 in World War Two, damaged beyond economical repair by air attack in 1942 during Operation: Vigorous north of Zawiyat Zanzur, Libya; was scuttled; adopted by Australia without name change) *
    DD-122 HMAS Nizam — Maxine Joan Clark (Built in the United Kingdom as HMS Nizam, manned by Royal Australian Navy personnel, given pennant G38 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped in 1956; adopted by Australia without name change) *
    DD-123 HMAS Norman — Heidi Mallory Burrell (Built in the United Kingdom as HMS Norman, manned by Royal Australian Navy personnel, given pennant G49 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped in 1958; adopted by Australia without name change) *
    DD-124 HMAS Nepal — Francine Brenda Morris (Built in the United Kingdom as HMS Nepal, manned by Royal Australian Navy personnel, given pennant G25 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped in 1956; adopted by Australia without name change) *


    QUADRANT-CLASS DESTROYER
    DD-125 HMAS Quality — Jocelyn Leslie Graves (Built in the United Kingdom as HMS Quality, given pennant G62 in World War Two, transferred to Australia in 1945 without name change, decommissioned the following year, was scrapped in 1958; adopted by Australia without name change) *
    DD-126 HMAS Quiberon — Winnifred Farrah Harrington (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Quiberon, transferred to Australia in 1942 without name change, given pennant G81 in World War Two, reclassified as frigate with pennant F03 in 1957, decommissioned in 1964, was scrapped in 1972; adopted by Australia without name change) *
    DD-127 HMAS Quickmatch — Roberta Rhoades (Built in the United Kingdom as HMS Quickmatch, transferred to Australia in 1942 without name change, given pennant G92 in World War Two, reclassified as frigate with pennant F04 in 1955, decommissioned in 1963, used as barracks ship, was scrapped in 1972; adopted by Australia without name change) *
    DD-128 HMAS Quadrant — Paulette Calendar Farrington (Built in the United Kingdom as HMS Quadrant, given pennant G11 in World War Two, transferred to Australia in 1945 without name change, reclassified as frigate with pennant F01 in 1953, decommissioned in 1957, was scrapped in 1963; adopted by Australia without name change) *
    DD-129 HMAS Queenborough — Elaine Prudence Hinton (Built in the United Kingdom as HMS Queenborough, given pennant G70 in World War Two, transferred to Australia in 1945 without name change, reclassified as frigate with pennant F02 in 1954, decommissioned in 1963; recommissioned in 1966 as training ship, reclassified DE-57 in 1969, decommissioned for the second time in 1972, was scrapped in 1975; adopted by Australia without name change) *


    BARFLEUR-CLASS DESTROYER
    DD-130 HMAS Tobruk — Wendy Janet Fiona Riordan (Commissioned with pennant D37 post-World War Two, decommissioned in 1960, was scrapped in 1972)
    DD-131 HMAS Anzac — Jane Augusta Collins (Second of name, commissioned with pennant D59 post-World War Two, assigned as training ship in 1961, reclassified DE-59 in 1969, decommissioned in 1974, was scrapped the following year)


    GEARING-CLASS DESTROYER
    DD-132 HMAS Grant — Wynne Ruth Hoel-Grant (Ordered by the United States as USS Hoel [second of name] with hull number DD-768, cancelled before launch in 1946, was scrapped on slip; adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    DD-133 HMAS Everett — Alice Read-Everett (Ordered by the United States as USS Abner Read [second of name] with hull number DD-769, cancelled before launch in 1946, was scrapped on slip; adopted by Australia and renamed) *


    ACHERON-CLASS ESCORT DESTROYER
    DDE-100 HMAS Parramatta — Glenda Alicia Hill (Built in the United Kingdom for Australia, given pennant D55 in the Great War, decommissioned in 1928, was wrecked while being towed for scrapping in 1934 on the Hawkesbury River, Bar Point, New South Wales; bow and stern salvaged, bow preserved at the Royal Australian Navy Heritage Centre, Garden Island, New South Wales and stern preserved at Parramatta, New South Wales; renamed HMAS Barramattagal to prevent confusion) *
    DDE-101 HMAS Yarra — Trudy Wilma Biddlecombe (Built in the United Kingdom for Australia, given pennant D59 in the Great War, decommissioned in 1928, was sunk as target in 1932 east of La Perouse, New South Wales; renamed HMAS Wongete to prevent confusion) *
    DDE-102 HMAS Warrego — Gabrielle Frieda Hyde (Partially built in the United Kingdom for Australia, given pennant D70 in the Great War, decommissioned in 1928, used as accommodation hulk, sank in 1931 off Cockatoo Island, New South Wales; wreck later demolished by underwater demolition teams; renamed HMAS Dillalah to prevent confusion) *
    DDE-103 HMAS Huon — Josephine Alanna Jensen (Given pennant D50 in the Great War, decommissioned in 1928, was sunk as target in 1931 east of Malabar, New South Wales)
    DDE-104 HMAS Swan — Anna Gloria Hilda Bond (Given pennant D61 in the Great War, decommissioned in 1928, sank while being towed for scrapping in 1934 in the Hawkesbury River, Little Wobby, New South Wales; renamed HMAS Yerrigan to prevent confusion) *
    DDE-105 HMAS Torrens — Helen Kelley Munro-Ferguson (Given pennant D67 in the Great War, decommissioned in 1920, served as reserve training vessel until 1925, was sunk as target in 1930 east of Waverley, New South Wales)


    PARKER-CLASS ESCORT DESTROYER
    DDE-106 HMAS AnzacLady Susan Hollie Simpson-Birdwood, Baronetess of Duntroon (Built in the United Kingdom as HMS Anzac, given pennant G90 in the Great War, transferred to Australia in 1919, decommissioned in 1931, was sunk as target in 1936 off Port Jackson, New South Wales; renamed HMAS Birdwood to prevent confusion) *


    STONEHENGE-CLASS ESCORT DESTROYER
    DDE-107 HMAS Tasmania — Hannah Octavia Joyce (Built in the United Kingdom for Australia, given pennant H25, decommissioned in 1928, was scrapped in 1937)
    DDE-108 HMAS Tattoo — Annabelle Mary Roberts (Built in the United Kingdom for Australia, given pennant H26, decommissioned in 1933, was scrapped in 1937)
    DDE-109 HMAS Stalwart — Florence Lynne Cavaye (Built in the United Kingdom for Australia, given pennant H14, decommissioned in 1925, was scrapped in 1937)
    DDE-110 HMAS Success — Olive Rayne Wace (Built in the United Kingdom for Australia, given pennant H02, decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped in 1937)
    DDE-111 HMAS Swordsman — Charlene Elizabeth Hughes-White (Built in the United Kingdom for Australia, given pennant H11, decommissioned in 1929, was scuttled in 1939 east of Lilyvale, New South Wales)


    SCOTT-CLASS ESCORT DESTROYER
    DDE-112 HMAS Stuart — Heather Mary Lane Waller (Built in the United Kingdom as HMS Stuart, transferred to Australia in 1933, given pennant D00 during World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped the following year, keel buried in Kissing Point Bay near Putney, New South Wales)


    VALENTINE-CLASS ESCORT DESTROYER
    DDE-113 HMAS Vampire — Julianne Antonia Walsh (Resembles Azur Lane self, built in the United Kingdom as HMS Wallace, renamed HMS Vampire in 1917, given pennant G70 in the Great War, transferred to Australia in 1933 without name change, given pennant D68 in World War Two, was sunk by air attack in 1942 during the Battle of Ceylon from TH Gunkan-tachi Akagi, Sōryū, Hiryū, Shōkaku and Zuikaku east of Kurukkalmadam, Sri Lanka)


    VANCOUVER-CLASS ESCORT DESTROYER
    DDE-114 HMAS Vendetta — Grace Lorraine Cant (Built in the United Kingdom as HMS Vendetta, given pennant F29 in the Great War, transferred to Australia in 1933 without name change, given pennant D69 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scuttled in 1948 off Port Jackson, New South Wales)


    VOYAGER-CLASS ESCORT DESTROYER
    DDE-115 HMAS Voyager — Renée Corrine Robinson (Built in the United Kingdom as HMS Voyager, given pennant G36 in the Great War, transferred to Australia in 1933 without name change, given pennant D31 in World War Two, ran aground while moving to assist in evacuation of troops in 1942 during the Battle of Timor, damaged beyond economical repair by air strike immediately afterwards, was scuttled east of south from Betano, Timor-Leste)
    DDE-116 HMAS Waterhen — Jodie Hannah Swain (Built in the United Kingdom as HMS Waterhen, given pennant G28 in the Great War, transferred to Australia in 1933 without name change, given pennant D31 in World War Two, was sunk by air strike in 1941 by Luftwaffe bombers north-northeast of Ras Bu Wushayyikah, Libya)


    VANSITTART-CLASS ESCORT DESTROYER
    DDE-134 HMAS Gallipoli — Mary Lilian Bridges (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Virulent, cancelled before construction in 1919, adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    DDE-135 HMAS Sari Bair — Edith Mary Walker (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Volage, cancelled before construction in 1919, adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    DDE-136 HMAS Pozières — Edith Marion Birdwood (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Volcano, cancelled before construction in 1919, adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    DDE-137 HMAS Le Transloy — Jane Godiva Legge (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Waldegrave, cancelled before construction in 1919, adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    DDE-138 HMAS Bullecourt — Jane Susan Holmes (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Wave, cancelled before construction in 1919, adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    DDE-139 HMAS Fromelles — Lily Julia McCay (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Weasel, cancelled before construction in 1919, adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    DDE-140 HMAS Mont Saint-Quentin — Victoria Bertha Monash (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS White Bear, cancelled before construction in 1919, adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    DDE-141 HMAS Villers-Bretonneux — Frances Ann Hobbs (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Wheeler, cancelled before construction in 1919, adopted by Australia and renamed) *


    Ship prefix

    HMAS — His/Her Majesty's Australian Ship
    HMS — His/Her Majesty's Ship
    KMS — Kriegsmarineschiff ("War Navy Ship") (German Navy ship prefix from 1935-1945)
    NAeL — Navio-Aeródromo Ligeiro ("Light Aerodrome Ship") (Brazilian Navy type prefix)
    SMS — Seiner Majestät Schiff ("His Majesty's Ship") (German Navy ship prefix from 1870-1918)

    THG — Tennō Heika Gunkan 天皇陛下軍艦 ("Warship of His Majesty the Heavenly Sovereign")
    USS — United States Ship

    Hull classification codes and pennant superior letters

    A — Navio-Aeródromo ("Aerodrome Ship") (Brazilian Navy pennant superior)
    A — Auxiliary Vessel (Post-World War Two Royal Navy and old Royal Australian Navy pennant superior)
    BB — Battleship
    CA — Heavy/Armoured Cruiser
    CL — Light Cruiser
    CLT — Light Cruiser (Training)
    CV — Aircraft Carrier
    CVL — Light Aircraft Carrier
    D — Destroyer (Post-World War Two Royal Navy/Royal Australian Navy pennant superior)
    DD — Destroyer
    DDE — Destroyer Escort (originally DE)
    F — Frigate (Post-World War Two Royal Navy/Royal Australian Navy pennant superior)
    K — Kreuzer ("Cruiser") (German Navy pennant superior)
    L — Amphibious Vessel (Post-World War Two Royal Navy/Royal Australian Navy pennant superior)
    P — Personnel Vessel (Post-World War Two Royal Navy/Royal Australian Navy pennant superior)
    R — Aircraft Carrier (Post-World War Two Royal Navy/Royal Australian Navy pennant superior)
    Note that before the end of the Second World War, the British Commonwealth did not use a uniform type-specific pennant superior lettering systems in either world wars, though capital ships (battleships, cruisers and aircraft carriers) were never given a pennant superior letter.


    Other translations

    Freiin — Literally "Baroness", title specifically applied to unmarried daughters or aunts of a German baron.
    Ihre Hochwohlgeboren — Literally "Her High Well-born", style of address of a German baroness.
    Von — Literally "of", honorific particle indicating the place of origin of a German noble family.
    Zu — Literally "at", honorific particle indicating the acknowledged place of residence of a German noble family if different from what is indicated by "von (name)".
     
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  7. Extras: Australia: Escort Ships
    Pyeknu

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    Now the sloops, frigates, corvettes and minesweepers from Down Under:

    KANTAI COLLECTION/AZUR LANE/WARSHIP GIRLS
    LIST OF AUSTRALIAN ESCORT SHIPS

    No./Ship Name — Human Name (Fate)

    CADMUS-CLASS SURVEY SLOOP/FRIGATE (TRAINING)
    FFT-150 HMAS Fantome — Giovanna Patricia Miranda Fitzgerald (Built in the United Kingdom as HMS Fantome, transferred to Australia in 1914 without name change, not given pennant number in the Great War, decommissioned in 1919 and returned to the United Kingdom, was scrapped in 1925; adopted by Australia) *


    UNA-CLASS PATROL SLOOP/FRIGATE (TRAINING)
    FFT-151 HMAS Una — Juliane Käthe Eleonara Elisabeth Haber (Built in Germany as civilian ship SY Komet, commissioned into the German Navy as auxiliary sloop SMS Komet in 1914, was captured by Australian forces later that year in Eleonara Bay, Papua New Guinea; commissioned by Australia in 1914 and renamed, not given pennant number in the Great War, decommissioned in 1920, returned to civilian service in 1925 as pilot vessel SS Akuna, taken out of service in 1953, was scrapped two years later)


    ARABIS-CLASS MINESWEEPING SLOOP/FRIGATE (TRAINING)
    FFMT-152 HMAS Geranium — Florence Alysha Pearce (Built in the United Kingdom as HMS Geranium, given pennant T56 in the Great War, transferred to Australia in 1919 without name change, decommissioned in 1927, was mostly scrapped by 1932, remainder of hull scuttled in 1935 off Sydney, New South Wales)
    FFMT-153 HMAS MargueriteThe Right Honourable Lady Annette Maria Baird, Baroness of Stonehaven (Built in the United Kingdom as HMS Marguerite, given pennant T51 in the Great War, transferred to Australia in 1919 without name change, decommissioned in 1929, was sunk as target in 1935 off Sydney, New South Wales)


    ACADIA-CLASS AVIATION MINESWEEPING SLOOP/FRIGATE (TRAINING)
    FFVT-154 HMAS Mallow — Renée Garsia (Built in the United Kingdom as HMS Mallow, given pennant T27 in the Great War, transferred to Australia in 1919 without name change, decommissioned in 1925, was sunk as target in 1935 off Sydney, New South Wales)


    SILVO-CLASS MINESWEEPING SLOOP/FRIGATE (TRAINING)
    FFMT-155 HMAS Moresby — Wynter Hannah Martin (Built in the United Kingdom as HMS Silvo, given pennant T05 in the Great War, transferred to Australia in 1925 and renamed, was in reserve status from 1929-1933 and 1934-1935, given pennant J54 in World War Two, decommissioned for the final time in 1946, was scrapped the following year)


    YARRA-CLASS FRIGATE
    (GRIMSBY-CLASS SLOOP)
    FF-156 HMAS Yarra — Ronalda Wynter Rankin (Second of name, given pennant U77 in World War Two, was sunk by gunfire in 1942 by TH Gunkan-tachi Atago, Takao and Maya south of Java Island, Indonesia)
    FF-157 HMAS Swan — Ambrosia Julie Travis (Second of name, given pennant U74 in World War Two, reclassified as training ship with pennant A427 in 1956, decommissioned in 1962, was scrapped two years later)
    FF-158 HMAS Parramatta — Jennifer Hildegarde Walker (Second of name, given pennant U44 in World War Two, was sunk by torpedo strike in 1941 by KMS U-559 north of Zawiyat Zanzur, Libya)
    FF-159 HMAS Warrego — Rosalyn Velma Wheatley (Second of name, given pennant U73 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1966, was scrapped that year)


    BURDEKIN-CLASS FRIGATE
    (RIVER-CLASS FRIGATE)
    FF-160 HMAS Gascoyne — Jacinda Donovan (Given pennant K354 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, recommissioned in 1959 as survey/research ship with pennant A276; decommissioned the second time in 1966, was scrapped in 1972)
    FF-161 HMAS Barcoo — Abilene Joan Travis (Given pennant K375 in World War Two, reclassified as survey/research ship in 1946 with pennant A245, decommissioned in 1964, was scrapped in 1972)
    FF-162 HMAS Burdekin — Tabitha Sybil Marchington (Given pennant K376 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1961)
    FF-163 HMAS Hawkesbury — Hannah June Weston (Given pennant K363 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1947, recommissioned in 1952 with pennant F363; decommissioned the second time in 1955, was scrapped in 1961)
    FF-164 HMAS Lachlan — Idelle Munro (Given pennant K364 in World War Two, transferred to New Zealand in 1949 without name change with pennant F364, decommissioned in 1975, served as refit support barge until the late 1980s when transferred to Chile, final fate unknown; if adopted by New Zealand, to be renamed HMNZS Waikato with pennant F107) *
    FF-165 HMAS Diamantia — Mabel Glynda Rose (Given pennant K377 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, recommissioned in 1959 as oceanographic research vessel with pennant A266, reclassified AGOR-266 in 1969; decommissioned the second time in 1980, preserved as museum since that time at the South Brisbane Dry Dock, Queensland Maritime Museum, Brisbane, Queensland)
    FF-166 HMAS Macquarie — Leslie Marilyn Hinchliffe (Given pennant K532 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, recommissioned in 1952 with pennant F532; decommissioned the second time in 1954, was scrapped in 1962)
    FF-167 HMAS Barwon — Aaren Gabriella Rose (Given pennant K406 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1947, was scrapped in 1962)
    FF-168 HMAS Culgoa — Hailey Lana Gunn (Commissioned post-World War Two with pennant F408, decommissioned in 1954 to serve as accommodation ship with pennant A256, was scrapped in 1972)
    FF-169 HMAS Shoalhaven — Renée Rhoades (Commissioned post-World War Two with pennant F535, decommissioned in 1955, was scrapped in 1962)
    FF-170 HMAS Condamine — Regina Julie Hodge (Commissioned post-World War Two with pennant F698, decommissioned in 1955, was scrapped in 1961)
    FF-171 HMAS Murchison — Jacklyn Maud Adams (Commissioned post-World War Two with pennant F442, decommissioned in 1956, was scrapped in 1961)
    FF-172 HMAS Balmain — Wanda Balmain (Projected to have pennant K467, cancelled before construction in 1944)
    FF-173 HMAS Bogan — Cadence Nancy Sturt (Projected to have pennant K09, cancelled before construction in 1944)
    FF-174 HMAS Campaspe — Garnet Earlene Dalrymple (Projected to have pennant K424, cancelled before construction in 1944)
    FF-175 HMAS Murrumbidgee — Caitlyn Throsby (Projected to have pennant K534, cancelled before construction in 1944)
    FF-176 HMAS Naomi — Naomi Ruth King (Projected to have pennant K55, cancelled before construction in 1944)
    FF-177 HMAS Nepean — Wendy Tench (Projected to have pennant K468, cancelled before construction in 1944)
    FF-178 HMAS Warburton — Eartha Joan Eyre (Projected to have pennant K533, cancelled before construction in 1944)
    FF-179 HMAS Williamstown — Gaye McFarlane (Projected to have pennant K66, cancelled before construction in 1944)
    FF-180 HMAS Wimmera — Tamsen Lorna Mitchell (Projected to have pennant K86, cancelled before construction in 1944)
    FF-181 HMAS Wollondilly — Patrycja Elżbieta Strzelecki (Second of name, projected to have pennant K98, cancelled before construction in 1944; renamed HMAS Burragorang to prevent confusion) *


    GARDEN ISLAND-CLASS FRIGATE
    (CANNON-CLASS DESTROYER ESCORT)
    FF-182 HMAS Garden Island — Charlotte Hannah Hammann-Stephen (Ordered by the United States as DE-116, cancelled before construction in 1943, never named; adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    FF-183 HMAS Parmelia — Rachelle Eleanor Peary-Lawley (Ordered by the United States as DE-117, cancelled before construction in 1943, never named; adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    FF-184 HMAS Nowra — Jane Ellen Pillsbury-Rawson (Ordered by the United States as DE-118, cancelled before construction in 1943, never named; adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    FF-185 HMAS Watsons Bay — Joanna Pope-Thesiger (Ordered by the United States with hull number DD-119, cancelled before construction in 1943, never named; adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    FF-186 HMAS Waverton — Frannie Charlotte Flaherty-Strickland (Ordered by the United States as DE-120, cancelled before construction in 1943, never named; adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    FF-187 HMAS Crib Point — Freida Calliope Davis-Clarke (Ordered by the United States as DE-121, cancelled before construction in 1943, never named; adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    FF-188 HMAS Balmoral — Heather Corrine Jones-Davidson (Ordered by the United States as DE-122, cancelled before construction in 1943, never named; adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    FF-189 HMAS Larrakeyah — Donna Leigh Howard-Gilruth (Ordered by the United States as DE-123, cancelled before construction in 1943, never named; adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    FF-190 HMAS Greenpatch — Norma von Heldreich Farquhar-Follett (Ordered by the United States as DE-124, cancelled before construction in 1943, never named; adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    FF-191 HMAS BulimbaJuliet Rose Yvonne Blakeley-Chermside (Ordered by the United States as DE-125, cancelled before construction in 1943, never named; adopted by Australia and renamed) *

    FF-192 HMAS Jerrabomberra — Edwina Jennifer Hill-Kaine (Ordered by the United States as DE-126, cancelled before construction in 1943, never named; adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    FF-193 HMAS Nelson Bay — Regina Audrey Fessenden-Davidson (Ordered by the United States as DE-127, cancelled before construction in 1943, never named; adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    FF-194 HMAS Keswick — Brenda Alice Fiske-Le Hunte (Ordered by the United States as DE-128, cancelled before construction in 1943, never named; adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    FF-195 HMAS Waiben — Harriet McKenzie Phoebe Huse-MacGregor (Ordered by the United States as DE-758, cancelled before construction in 1943, never named; adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    FF-196 HMAS Derwent — Eleanor Blair-Havelock (Ordered by the United States as DE-760, cancelled before construction in 1943, never named; adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    FF-197 HMAS Kuranda — Danielle Audrey Brough-Goold-Adams (Ordered by the United States as DE-761, cancelled before construction in 1943, never named; adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    FF-198 HMAS Rushcutter — Hunter Paula Chatelain-Davidson (Ordered by the United States as DE-762, cancelled before construction in 1943, never named; adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    FF-199 HMAS Norsyd — Wendy Edwina Neunzer-De Chair (Ordered by the United States as DE-775, cancelled before construction in 1943, never named; adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    FF-200 HMAS Nirimba — Millicent Brande Poole-Game (Ordered by the United States as DE-776, cancelled before construction in 1943, never named; adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    FF-201 HMAS Leeuwin — Chelsea Stewart-Bedford (Ordered by the United States as DE-778, cancelled before construction in 1943, never named; adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    FF-202 HMAS Sandridge — Alexis Dorothy Sturtevant-Gibson-Carmichael (Ordered by the United States as DE-779, cancelled before construction in 1943, never named; adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    FF-203 HMAS Mindari — Frederica Kennedy Moore-Hore-Ruthven (Ordered by the United States as DE-780, cancelled before construction in 1943, never named; adopted by Australia, renamed with hull number FF-203) *
    FF-204 HMAS Melville — Elaine Judy Keith-Carey (Ordered by the United States as DE-781, cancelled before construction in 1943, never named; adopted by Australia, renamed with hull number FF-204) *
    FF-205 HMAS Maitland — Janet Richelle Ward-Anderson (Ordered by the United States as DE-783, cancelled before construction in 1943, never named; adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    FF-206 HMAS Magnetic — Johanna Deanna Sloat-Nathan (Ordered by the United States as DE-785, cancelled before construction in 1943, never named; adopted by Australia and renamed) *


    BATHURST-CLASS MINESWEEPING CORVETTE
    PCM-300 HMAS Bathurst — Adelaide Viola Bunyan (Given pennant J158 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped two years later)
    PCM-301 HMAS Lismore — Susanne Hadewych Crawford van Batjan (Given pennant J145 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946 on transfer to the Netherlands, renamed HrMs Batjan with pennant F27; decommissioned the second time in 1958, fate unknown)
    PCM-302 HMAS Cessnock — Tamsyn Sydney Marchington (Given pennant J175 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped the following year)
    PCM-303 HMAS Goulburn — Barbara Paul (Given pennant J167 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped the following year)
    PCM-304 HMAS Burnie — Grietje Evangelina Gough van Ceram (Given pennant J198 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946 on transfer to the Netherlands, renamed HrMs Ceram with pennant F34; decommissioned the second time in 1958, fate unknown)
    PCM-305 HMAS Bendigo — Joanna Xiǎolì Patrick 喬安娜·小麗·帕特里克/Dài Xiǎolì 戴 小麗 (Given pennant J187 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, sold for civilian use to Hong Kong; seized by the Peoples Republic of China, renamed ZRZ Luòyáng ZRZ 洛陽 with pennant 300, decommissioned the second time in 1988, fate unknown)
    PCM-306 HMAS Maryborough — Glenn Lois Cant (Given pennant J195 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for civilian use as SS Isobel Queen, was scrapped in 1953)
    PCM-307 HMAS Lithgow — Allie Victoria Knight (Given pennant J206 in World War Two, reclassified as minesweeper in 1946 with pennant M206, decommissioned two years later, was scrapped in 1956)
    PCM-308 HMAS Mildura — Georgette Easter Veronica Glenda Owen (Given pennant J207 in World War Two, reclassified as minesweeper in 1946 with pennant M207, decommissioned two years later, recommissioned in 1951; decommissioned the second time in 1953, used as dockside training ship until 1965, was scrapped that year)
    PCM-309 HMAS Toowoomba — Viona Hennie Hirst van Boeroe (Given pennant J157 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946 on transfer to the Netherlands, renamed HrMs Boeroe with pennant F33; decommissioned the second time in 1958, fate unknown)

    PCM-310 HMAS Ballarat — Amy Doris Barling (Given pennant J184 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, sold for civilian use the following year as SS Carmencita, was scrapped in 1953)
    PCM-311 HMAS Warrnambool — Elise Janet Barron (Given pennant J202 in World War Two, was sunk by friendly mine strike in 1947 east of east-southeast from Lizard Island, Queensland)
    PCM-312 HMAS Wollongong — Guritno Angkasa Keith van Banda (Given pennant J172 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946 on transfer to the Netherlands, renamed ZrMs Banda with pennant F28; decommissioned the second time in 1950 on transfer to Indonesia, renamed KRI Radjawali with pennant 254; decommissioned for the final time in 1968, was scrapped that year)
    PCM-313 HMAS Deloraine — Donna Annabelle Menlove (Given pennant J232 in World War Two, reclassified as minesweeper in 1946 with pennant M232, decommissioned two years later, was scrapped in 1956)
    PCM-314 HMAS Katoomba — Nanna Judy Trace (Given pennant J204 in World War Two, reclassified as minesweeper in 1946 with pennant M204, decommissioned two years later, was scrapped in 1957)
    PCM-315 HMAS Townsville — Jennifer Abbott (Given pennant J205 in World War Two, reclassified as minesweeper in 1946 with pennant M205, decommissioned later that year, was scrapped in 1956)
    PCM-316 HMAS Colac — Dayna Charlotte Northam (Given pennant J242 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, recommissioned in 1951 as minesweeper with pennant M05; decommissioned the second time two years later, used as tank cleaning ship from 1962-1983, was sunk as target in 1987 south of east from Gerroa, New South Wales)
    PCM-317 HMAS Whyalla — Katharine Erica Oom (Given pennant J153 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, sold for civilian use the following year as SS Rip serving as lighthouse maintenance ship, taken from service in 1984, saved from scrapping by the City of Whyalla, preserved since 1987 at the Whyalla Maritime Museum, Whyalla, South Australia)
    PCM-318 HMAS Geelong — Catharine Genna Hill (Given pennant J201 in World War Two, was sunk by collision in 1944 with tanker USS York north-northeast of Kanomi, Papua New Guinea)
    PCM-319 HMAS Rockhampton — Ruth Tara Salmon (Given pennant J203 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1962)
    PCM-320 HMAS Cairns — Endah MacMillan van Ambon (Given pennant J183 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946 on transfer to the Netherlands, renamed ZrMs Ambon with pennant F30; decommissioned the second time in 1950 on transfer to Indonesia, renamed KRI Banteng with pennant 255; decommissioned the final time in 1968, was scrapped that year)
    PCM-321 HMAS Geraldton — Hiranur Meltem Harris (Given pennant J178 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946 on transfer to Turkey, renamed TCG Ayvalik with pennant F10; decommissioned the second time in 1975, fate unknown)
    PCM-322 HMAS Kalgoorlie — Hendina Antje Litchfield van Ternate (Given pennant J192 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946 on transfer to the Netherlands, renamed ZrMs Ternate with pennant F32; decommissioned the second time in 1958, was scrapped in 1961)
    PCM-323 HMAS Launceston — Pembe Gulizar Collins (Given pennant J179 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946 on transfer to Turkey, renamed TCG Hamit Naci with pennant F11; decommissioned the second time in 1965, fate unknown)
    PCM-324 HMAS Armidale — Davida Hollie Richards (Given pennant J240 in World War Two, was sunk by air attack in 1942 south of Betano, Timor-Leste)
    PCM-325 HMAS Ipswich — Jayachandra Setiawati McBride van Morotai (Given pennant J186 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946 on transfer to the Netherlands, renamed ZrMs Morotai with pennant F29; decommissioned the second time in 1949 on transfer to Indonesia, renamed KRI Hang Tuah with pennant 253, was sunk by air attack in 1958 organized by the United States Central Intelligence Agency off Balikpapan, Indonesia)
    PCM-326 HMAS Castlemaine — Pansy Jane Sullivan (Given pennant J244 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, used as dockside training ship until 1973, preserved as museum ship since that year by the Maritime Trust of Australia at Gem Pier, Williamstown, Victoria)
    PCM-327 HMAS Broome — Reyhan Alara Denovan (Given pennant J191 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946 on transfer to Turkey, renamed TCG Alanya with pennant F07; decommissioned the second time in 1975, fate unknown)
    PCM-328 HMAS Wallaroo — Edith Shannon Ross (Given pennant J222 in World War Two, was sunk by collision in 1943 with cargo ship SS Henry Gilbert Costin west of Perth, Western Australia)
    PCM-329 HMAS Dubbo — Arlene Ginevra Thomas (Given pennant J251 in World War Two, reclassified as minesweeper in 1946 with pennant M251, decommissioned the following year, was scrapped in 1958)
    PCM-330 HMAS Tamworth — Wulan Harum Deans van Tidore (Given pennant J181 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946 on transfer to the Netherlands, renamed ZrMs Tidore with pennant F31; decommissioned the second time in 1949 on transfer to Indonesia, renamed KRI Pati Unus with pennant 256; decommissioned for the final time in 1969, was scrapped that year)
    PCM-331 HMAS Gawler — Burçu Jubaila Seymour (Given pennant J188 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946 on transfer to Turkey, renamed TCG Ayvalik with pennant F09; decommissioned the second time in 1963, fate unknown)
    PCM-332 HMAS Echuca — Rongo Ashley Nettleford o Ngāpuhi (Given pennant J252 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, recommissioned the following year with pennant M252, transferred to New Zealand in 1952 without name change; decommissioned the final time the following year, kept in reserve status until 1967, was scrapped that year; adopted by New Zealand, renamed HMNZS Ngāpuhi with pennant M338) *
    PCM-333 HMAS Bundaberg — Nichelle Drew Pixley (Given pennant J231 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1961)
    PCM-334 HMAS Inverell — Iorangi Rosemary Suffren o Porou (Given pennant J233 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, transferred to New Zealand in 1952 without name change with pennant M233, put into reserve status later that year; recommissioned into full service in 1965, decommissioned the final time in 1976, was scrapped the following year; adopted by New Zealand, renamed HMNZS Porou with pennant M339) *
    PCM-335 HMAS Pirie — Ceylan Filiz Mills (Given pennant J189 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946 on transfer to Turkey, renamed TCG Amasra with pennant F08; decommissioned the second time in 1984, fate unknown)
    PCM-336 HMAS Kapunda — Jillian Heidi Phoebe Dixon (Given pennant J218 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1961)
    PCM-337 HMAS Gympie — Connie Wanda Jodie Patterson (Given pennant J238 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1961)
    PCM-338 HMAS Latrobe — Bridget Thérèse Brewster (Given pennant J234 in World War Two, reclassified as minesweeper in 1946 with pennant M234, decommissioned in 1953, was scrapped in 1956)
    PCM-339 HMAS Bowen — Grace Linda Olsen (Given pennant J285 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1956)
    PCM-340 HMAS Glenelg — Alberta Farrah Summerfield (Given pennant J236 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1957)
    PCM-341 HMAS Horsham — Wynne Newby (Given pennant J235 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped in 1956)
    PCM-342 HMAS Wagga — Dana Krysten Cacknell (Given pennant J315 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, recommissioned in 1951 with pennant M315 to serve as training ship; decommissioned the second time in 1960, was scrapped two years later)
    PCM-343 HMAS Bunbury — Josie Sylvia Bell (Given pennant J241 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1961)
    PCM-344 HMAS Shepparton — Leigh Nichole Morison (Given pennant J248 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1958)
    PCM-345 HMAS Gladstone — Joëlle Wynne Penney (Given pennant J324 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, transferred to civilian use in 1956 as SS Akuna to serve as relief/accommodation ship, was scrapped in 1983)
    PCM-346 HMAS Fremantle — Adelle Nora Boulton (Given pennant J246 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, recommissioned in 1952 with pennant M246 to serve as training ship; decommissioned the second time in 1959, was scrapped two years later)
    PCM-347 HMAS Benalla — Gwynne Danielle Tancred (Given pennant J323 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1958)
    PCM-348 HMAS Cootamundra — Grace Allison Johns (Given pennant J316 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, recommissioned in 1951 with pennant M186 to serve as training ship; decommissioned in 1959, was scrapped in 1962)
    PCM-349 HMAS Ararat — Norma Mollie Muzzell (Given pennant K34 in World War Two, reclassified as minesweeper in 1946 with pennant M34, decommissioned the following year, was scrapped in 1961)
    PCM-350 HMAS Stawell — Kiri Jennifer Griffith o Tahu (Given pennant J348 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, transferred to New Zealand in 1952 without name change with pennant M348; decommissioned the second time in 1959, was scrapped in 1968; adopted by New Zealand, renamed HMNZS Tahu with pennant M341) *
    PCM-351 HMAS Cowra — Wynter Jane Gillies (Given pennant J351 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, recommissioned in 1951 with pennant M351 to serve as training ship; decommissioned the second time in 1953, was scrapped in 1961)
    PCM-352 HMAS Kiama — Kahikatoa Joanna Bensen o Kahungunu (Given pennant J353 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, transferred to New Zealand in 1952 without name change with pennant M353; decommissioned the second time in 1976, was scrapped in 1979; adopted by New Zealand, renamed HMNZS Kahungunu with pennant M340) *
    PCM-353 HMAS Strahan — Lynne Darlene Williams (Given pennant J363 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1963)
    PCM-354 HMAS Junee — Guinevere Eleanor Wood (Given pennant J362 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, recommissioned in 1953 with pennant M362 to serve as training ship; decommissioned the second time in 1957, was scrapped the following year)
    PCM-355 HMAS Parkes — Natalie Olive Vidgen (Given pennant J361 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped in 1957)


    WALCHA-CLASS CORVETTE
    (CASTLE-CLASS)
    PC-356 HMAS Walcha — Hannah Colleen Woodstock Plantagenet (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Caldecot Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    PC-357 HMAS Weddin — Martha Leibich Angevin (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Dover Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    PC-358 HMAS Brewarrina — Wendy Rhonda Randell de Picquigny (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Dudley Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    PC-359 HMAS Broken Hill — Charlene Natalie ferch Llywelyn Aberffraw (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Bere Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    PC-360 HMAS Towong — Danni Wortmann Tutor (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Calshot Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    PC-361 HMAS Buloke — Tabitha Linda FitzOsbern (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Monmouth Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    PC-362 HMAS Hindmarsh — Debra Nelson Plantagenet (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Rhuddlan Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    PC-363 HMAS Croydon — Elizabeth Stacy Stafford (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Thornbury Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    PC-364 HMAS Boulia — Randi Britton le Meschin (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Appleby Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    PC-365 HMAS Quilpie — Shelley MacKenzie FitzGilbert (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Tonbridge Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    PC-366 HMAS Pilbara — Lynda Craigie de Gäel (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Norwich Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    PC-367 HMAS Halls Creek — Mary Edwards de Ballioi (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Oswestry Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    PC-368 HMAS Maralinga — Marion Kokatha Killigrew (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Pendennis Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    PC-369 HMAS Flinders — Anna Revie Talbot (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Alton Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Australia and renamed) *
    PC-370 HMAS Alice Springs — Alice Mparntwe Dunkeld (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Warkworth Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Australia and renamed) *


    Ship prefix

    HMAS — His/Her Majesty's Australian Ship
    HMNZS — His/Her Majesty's New Zealand Ship
    HMS — His/Her Majesty's Ship
    KRI — Kapal Republik Indonesia ("Republic of Indonesia Ship")
    SMS — Seiner Majestät Schiff ("His Majesty's Ship") (German Navy ship prefix from 1870-1918)
    SS — Steamship
    SY — Steam Yacht
    TCG — Türkiye Cumhuriyeti Gemisi ("Ship of the Turkish Republic")

    THG — Tennō Heika Gunkan 天皇陛下軍艦 ("Warship of His Majesty the Heavenly Sovereign")
    ZrMs — Zijner Majesteits ("His Majesty's") (Dutch Navy ship prefix when a king is on the throne)
    ZRZ — Zhōnghuá Rénmín Gònghéguó Zhànjiàn 中华人民共和国戰艦 ("Warship of the People's Republic of China")

    Hull classification codes and pennant superior letters

    A — Auxiliary Ship (Royal Australian Navy pre-1969 pennant superior)
    AGOR — General Auxiliary Ship, Oceanographic Research
    DE — Destroyer Escort
    F — Fırkateyn ("Frigate") (Turkish Navy pennant superior)
    F — Fregat ("Frigate") (Koniklijke Marine pennant superior)
    F — Frigate (Royal Australian Navy pre-1969 pennant superior/current Royal New Zealand Navy pennant superior)
    FF — Frigate
    FFT — Frigate (Training)
    FFMT — Minesweeping Frigate (Training)
    FFVT — Aviation Frigate (Training)
    M — Mine Warfare Ship (Royal Australian Navy pre-1969 pennant superior/current Royal New Zealand Navy pennant superior)
    PC — Patrol Corvette
    PCM — Patrol Corvette, Mine Warfare
    U — Unterseeboot ("Undersea Boat") (German Navy pennant superior)
    Note that during the World Wars, the British Commonwealth did not follow a type-specific pennant superior letter code. The People's Liberation Army-Navy and the Indonesian Navy does not make use of pennant superior letters.
     
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    OblivionFan007 Not too sore, are you?

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    These are the ones that I liked the most. For some reason, the concentration increased as I went down the list.
     
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    Are there any ships from a nation I've yet to cover or did the bare bones covering on you'd like to see next?
     
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    OblivionFan007 Not too sore, are you?

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    Continue as you do. I wouldn't know where to start, as I am not well versed in maritime warfare.
     
  11. Extras: Canada: Frigates
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    The escort ships of the Dominion have to be broken down into two blocks: Frigates, corvettes/minesweepers.

    Part the first...

    KANTAI COLLECTION/AZUR LANE/WARSHIP GIRLS
    LIST OF CANADIAN FRIGATES

    No./Ship Name — Human Name (Fate)

    WASKESIU-CLASS FRIGATE
    (CANADIAN-BUILT RIVER-CLASS FRIGATE)
    FFE-291 Findhorn — Janet Chastity Dawson (Built for the United States as PG-106, not named, transferred to United Kingdom in 1943, named HMS Findhorn with pennant K301, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States per Lend Lease, was scrapped that year; given RCN hull number for administrative purposes) *
    FFE-292 Inver — Frances Hannah Gray (Built for the United States as PG-107, not named, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, named HMS Inver with pennant K302, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States per Lend Lease, was scrapped that year; given RCN hull number for administrative purposes) *
    FFE-293 Lossie — Alexandra Frederica MacFie (Built for the United States as PG-108, not named, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, named HMS Lossie with pennant F303, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States per Lend Lease, was scrapped that year; given RCN hull number for administrative purposes) *
    FFE-294 Parret — Adelle Norma Blundell (Built for the United States as PG-109, not named, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, named HMS Parret with pennant F304, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States per Lend Lease, was scrapped that year; given RCN hull number for administrative purposes) *
    FFE-295 Shiel — Hollanda Primrose Crail (Built for the United States as PG-110, not named, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, named HMS Shiel with pennant F305, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States per Lend Lease, was scrapped that year; given RCN hull number for administrative purposes) *
    FFE-296 Adur — Raquel Pía Walker y Azopardo (Ordered for the United Kingdom as HMS Adur with pennant K296, transferred to the United States in 1942, renamed USS Asheville with hull number PG-101, reclassified PF-1 later that year, decommissioned in 1946 on transfer to Argentina, renamed ARA Hércules with pennant F03; decommissioned the second time in 1961 on reassignment to the Naval Prefecture, renamed PNA Juan Bautista Azopardo with pennant GC11; decommissioned for the final time in 1969, was scrapped that year; given RCN hull number for administrative purposes) *

    FFE-297 Annan — Fernánda Xènia Auld y Doarte (Ordered for the United Kingdom as HMS Annan with pennant K297, transferred to the United States in 1942, renamed USS Natchez with hull number PG-102, reclassified PF-2 the following year, decommissioned in 1946 and transferred into civilian service; acquired by the Dominican Republic two years later, renamed ARD Juan Pablo Doarte with pennant F102, ran aground in 1949, decommissioned for the second time later that year; converted to civilian yacht MV Moineau, was scrapped in 1959; given RCN hull number for administrative purposes) *
    FFE-298 Barle — Ayesha Hope Davies (Built for the United States as PG-103, was not named, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, named HMS Barle with pennant K298, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States per Lend Lease, was scrapped that year; given RCN hull number for administrative purposes) *
    FFE-299 Cuckmere — Allison Johnson (Built for the United States as PG-104, was not named, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, named HMS Cuckmere with pennant K299, damaged beyond economical repair by torpedo strike later that year by KMS U-223 north of Algiers, Algeria; decommissioned in 1944, returned to the United States per Lend Lease two years later, was scrapped in 1946; given RCN hull number for administrative purposes) *
    FFE-300 Evenlode — Aubrey Lucy Turner (Built for the United States as USS Danville with hull number PG-105, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Evenlode with pennant K300, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States per Lend Lease, was scrapped that year; given RCN hull number for administrative purposes) *


    FFE-301 HMCS Antigonish — Rayne Drusilla Barrett (Given pennant K661 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946; upgraded to Prestonian-class frigate standards with new hull number 301, recommissioned in 1957, decommissioned for the second time in 1966, was scrapped two years later)
    FFE-302 HMCS Stone Town — Prudence Willow Moffat (Given pennant K531 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945; acquired by the Department of Transport in 1950, recommissioned as weather ship CGS Stone Town with hull number 302; transferred to the Canadian Coast Guard in 1962 as CCGS Stone Town, decommissioned for the final time in 1967, planned to be used for civilian purposes, subsequently scrapped; ship's bell preserved at the town museum, Saint Marys, Ontario)
    FFE-303 HMCS Beacon Hill — Emily Theresa Simmons (Given pennant K407 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946; upgraded to Prestonian-class frigate standards with new hull number 303, recommissioned in 1957, decommissioned for the second time in 1967, was scrapped the following year)
    FFE-304 HMCS New Waterford — Wendy Eleanor Sandra Briggs (Given pennant K321 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946; upgraded to Prestonian-class frigate standards with new hull number 304, recommissioned in 1958, decommissioned for the second time in 1966, was scrapped the following year)
    FFE-305 NCSM La Hulloise — Josephine Alicia Wyatt (Given pennant K668 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945; upgraded to Prestonian-class frigate standards with new hull number 305, recommissioned in 1957, decommissioned for the second time in 1965, was scrapped the following year)
    FFE-306 HMCS Swansea — Jody Eyleen Korning (Given pennant K328 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945; recommissioned in 1948 with hull number 306 to serve as cadet training ship, upgraded to Prestonian-class frigate standards in 1953, recommissioned again in 1957, decommissioned for the last time in 1966, was scrapped the following year)
    FFE-307 HMCS Prestonian — Eira Mildred More (Given pennant K662 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945; upgraded to Prestonian-class frigate standards with new hull number 307, recommissioned in 1953, decommissioned for the second time in 1956 on transfer to Norway, renamed KNM Troll with pennant F3; reassigned as submarine support ship in 1965, renamed KNM Horten, decommissioned for the final time in 1973, was scrapped that year)
    FFE-308 HMCS Inch Arran — Frieda Alberta Beck (Given pennant K667 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945; upgraded to Prestonian-class frigate standards with hull number 308, recommissioned again in 1954, decommissioned for the last time in 1965, was scrapped in 1970)
    FFE-309 NCSM Sainte-Thérèse — Thérèse Evelyn Mitchell (Given pennant K366 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945; upgraded to Prestonian-class frigate standards with new hull number 309, recommissioned in 1955, decommissioned for the second time in 1967, was scrapped that year)
    FFE-310 NCSM Outremont — Hallie Freeland (Given pennant K322 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945; upgraded to Prestonian-class frigate standards with new hull number 310, recommissioned in 1955, decommissioned for the second time in 1965, was scrapped the following year)


    FFE-311 HMCS Stettler — Darlene Gwendolyn King (Given pennant K681 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945; upgraded to Prestonian-class frigate standards with new hull number 311, recommissioned in 1954, decommissioned for the second time in 1966, was scrapped that year)
    FFE-312 HMCS Fort Erie — Ashley Willow Ford (Given pennant K670 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945; upgraded to Prestonian-class frigate standards with new hull number 312, recommissioned in 1956, decommissioned for the second time in 1965, was scrapped the following year)
    FFE-313 HMCS Sussexvale — Louise Raye Pavillard (Given pennant K683 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945; upgraded to Prestonian-class frigate standards with new hull number 313, recommissioned in 1955, decommissioned for the second time in 1966, was scrapped the following year)
    FFE-314 NCSM Buckingham — Tracey Lynn Hebbert (Given pennant K685 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945; upgraded to Prestonian-class frigate standards with new hull number 314, recommissioned in 1954, decommissioned for the second time in 1965, was scrapped the following year)
    FFE-315 HMCS New Glasgow — Rosa Mary Hanbury (Given pennant K320 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945; upgraded to Prestonian-class frigate standards with new hull number 315, recommissioned in 1954, decommissioned for the second time in 1967, was scrapped that year)
    FFE-316 NCSM Penetang — Brenda Phyllis Hicks (Given pennant K676 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945; upgraded to Prestonian-class frigate standards with new hull number 316, recommissioned in 1954, decommissioned for the second time the following year on transfer to Norway, renamed KNM Draug with pennant F01; decommissioned for the final time in 1966, was scrapped that year)
    FFE-317 NCSM Cap-de-la-Madeleine — Wynter Octavia Olivia Barbour (Given pennant K663 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945; upgraded to Prestonian-class frigate standards with new hull number 317, recommissioned in 1954, decommissioned for the second time in 1965, was scrapped the following year)
    FFE-318 NCSM Jonquière — Rhonda Marguerite Kidston (Given pennant K318 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945; upgraded to Prestonian-class frigate standards with new hull number 318, recommissioned in 1954, decommissioned for the second time in 1966, was scrapped the following year)
    FFE-319 HMCS Toronto — Heidi Sigríđr Clark (Given pennant K538 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945; upgraded to Prestonian-class frigate standards with new hull number 319, recommissioned in 1953, decommissioned for the second time in 1956 on transfer to Norway, renamed KNM Garm with pennant F02; reassigned as torpedo boat depot ship in 1965, renamed KNM Valkyrien, decommissioned for the final time in 1977, was scrapped that year)
    FFE-320 NCSM Victoriaville — Leslie Allie Hickley (Given pennant K684 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945; upgraded to Prestonian-class frigate standards with new hull number 320, recommissioned in 1959; reclassified as diving tender in 1966, renamed NCSM Granby [second of name] without change of hull number, decommissioned for the final time in 1973, was scrapped the following year; reverted to original name to prevent confusion) *


    FFE-321 HMCS Lanark — Joan Leslie Fitzwilliam (Given pennant K669 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945; upgraded to Prestonian-class frigate standards with new hull number 321, recommissioned in 1956, decommissioned for the second time in 1965, was scrapped the following year)
    FFE-322 NCSM Lauzon — Jane Byrd Graham (Given pennant K371 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945; upgraded to Prestonian-class frigate standards with new hull number 322, recommissioned in 1953, decommissioned for the second time in 1963, was scrapped the following year)
    FFE-323 HMCS Saint Stephen — Chase Peterson (Given pennant K454 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946; acquired by the Department of Transport in 1950, recommissioned as weather ship CGS Saint Stephen with hull number 323; transferred to the Canadian Coast Guard in 1962 as CCGS Saint Stephen, decommissioned for the final time in 1969, planned to be used for civilian purposes, final fate unknown)
    FFE-324 HMCS Saint Catharines — Antonia Fern Pickard (Given pennant K454 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945; acquired by the Department of Transport in 1950, recommissioned as weather ship CGS Saint Catharines with hull number 324; transferred to the Canadian Coast Guard in 1962 as CCGS Saint Catharines, decommissioned for the final time in 1967, was scrapped the following year)
    FFE-325 HMCS Dunver — Wanda Woods (Given pennant K03 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, was sunk as breakwater two years later at Royston, British Columbia)
    FFE-326 HMCS Charlottetown — Joan Harding (Second of name, given pennant K244 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1947, was sunk as breakwater that year at Oyster Bay, British Columbia; renamed HMCS Port La Joye to prevent confusion) *
    FFE-327 HMCS Prince Rupert — Clara Orian Hays (Given pennant K324 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, was sunk as breakwater two years later at Royston, British Columbia)
    FFE-328 HMCS Stormont — Gill Anne Myra (Given pennant K327 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for civilian use two years later, converted into private yacht as MV Christina O in 1951, still in operation)
    FFE-329 NCSM Valleyfield — Dawn Teresa English (Given pennant K329 in World War Two, was sunk by torpedo strike in 1944 by KMS U-548 south of southeast from Portugal Cove South, Newfoundland and Labrador)
    FFE-357 HMCS Sea Cliff — Gertrudis Estafanía Fisher de Covadonga (Given pennant K344 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, transferred to Chile the following year, renamed AC Covadonga with hull number FF-04; decommissioned for the second time in 1966, turned into a pontoon, sank in 1987)


    FFE-358 HMCS Cape Breton — Joanna Alexia McAllister McLarnon (Given pennant K350 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, was sunk as breakwater two years later at Kelsey Bay, British Columbia; renamed HMCS Île Royale to prevent confusion) *
    FFE-359 NCSM Lévis — Phillipa Callie Evans (Second of name, given pennant K400 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, was sunk as breakwater two years later at Oyster Bay, British Columbia; renamed NCSM Pointe-Lévy to prevent confusion) *
    FFE-360 HMCS Capilano — Hannah Evelyn McArthur (Given pennant K409 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, converted into merchant ship MV Irving Francis M., was sunk while under tow in 1953 off Cabo Maysi, Cuba)
    FFE-361 NCSM Lasalle — Faye Anne Beck (Given pennant K519 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was sunk as breakwater in 1948 in Kelsey Bay, British Columbia)
    FFE-362 HMCS Carlplace — Camila Encarnación Wright y Trujillo de Mella (Given pennant K664 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, transferred to the Dominican Republic the following year, renamed ARD Presidente Trujillo with pennant F101; renamed ARD Mella in 1962, decommissioned for the second time in 1998, preserved as museum ship, final fate unknown)
    FFE-363 HMCS Eastview — Charlene Macy Kirkpatrick (Given pennant K665 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, was sunk as breakwater later that year at Royston, British Columbia)
    FFE-364 HMCS Hallowell — Ernesta Shoshana Nayanadini Pleasance (Given pennant K666 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold into civilian service; commissioned by Israel in 1952, renamed AChY Misnak with pennant K32, decommissioned the second time in 1958 on transfer to Ceylon, renamed HMCYS Gajabahu with pennant N02; re-designated SLNN Gajabahu in 1972, decommissioned for the final time in 1978, serves as alongside training ship at the Naval and Maritime Academy, Tricomalee, Sri Lanka)
    FFE-365 NCSM Longueuil — Marilyn Joan Woods (Given pennant K672 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, was sunk as breakwater the following year at Kelsey Bay, British Columbia)
    FFE-366 HMCS Runnymede — Rayna Charlotte Chenoweth (Given pennant K678 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, was sunk as breakwater two years later at Kelsey Bay, British Columbia)


    FFE-367 HMCS Chebogue — Trudy MacDuff (Given pennant K317 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped in 1948)
    FFE-368 NCSM Montréal — Jeanne Marie de Chomedey Herman (Given pennant K319 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped two years later)
    FFE-369 HMCS Springhill — Jane Charlene Harding (Given pennant K323 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped two years later)
    FFE-370 HMCS Port Colborne — Maude Faye Oliver (Given pennant K326 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped two years later)
    FFE-371 HMCS Waskesiu — Josephine Hope Sophia MacDonald (Given pennant K330 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, sold to the government of India the following year as a pilot vessel, renamed MV Hooghly, final fate unknown)
    FFE-372 HMCS Wentworth — Stacey Wynter Howell (Given pennant K331 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped two years later)
    FFE-373 HMCS Kirkland Lake — Janet Allison Tullis (Given pennant K337 in World War Two, decommissioned in 19445, was scrapped two years later)
    FFE-374 HMCS Coaticook — Louise de la Chesnaye Audette (Given pennant K410 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was sunk as breakwater in 1948 in Powell River, British Columbia; salvaged to be scrapped in 1961, hull considered too unstable to tow, was sunk again later that year near Race Rocks, British Columbia)
    FFE-375 HMCS Glace Bay — Josefina Heather Sofía MacDonald y Baquedano (Given pennant K414 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, transferred to Chile the following year, renamed AC Esmerelda with hull number FF-03; decommissioned the second time in 1960, was scrapped in 1968)
    FFE-376 NCSM Joliette — Eloisa Noelle Downey de Iquique (Given pennant K418 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, transferred to Chile the following year, renamed AC Iquique with hull number FF-02; decommissioned the second time in 1966, was scrapped two years later)


    FFE-377 HMCS Kokanee — Jayanti Gopinath Marshall (Given pennant K419 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, transferred to India as a pilot vessel in 1948, renamed MV Bengal with pennant; was scrapped in 1965)
    FFE-378 NCSM Matane — Allison Heather Easton (Given pennant K444 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped the following year)
    FFE-379 HMCS Orkney — Vashtiy Liyoni MacKay (Given pennant K448 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, converted to civilian use as MV Violetta, commissioned by Israel in 1952, renamed AChY Mivtakh with pennant K28; decommissioned in 1958 on transfer to Ceylon, renamed HMCYS Mahasena with pennant N01; decommissioned for the final time in 1964, was scrapped that year)
    FFE-380 HMCS Saint John — Raye Miranda Mosher (Given pennant K456 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped two years later)
    FFE-381 NCSM Thetford Mines — Jane Allie Roberta Allan (Given pennant K459 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped two years later)
    FFE-382 NCSM Grou — Honoré Georgette Dupont (Given pennant K518 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped two years later)
    FFE-383 NCSM Magog — Louise Dayna Quick (Given pennant K673 in World War Two, damaged beyond economical repair by torpedo strike in 1944 while escorting convoy ONS-33G by KMS U-1223 near Pointe-des-Monts, Québec; decommissioned later that year, was scrapped in 1947)
    FFE-384 HMCS Poundmaker — Jesúsa Therasia Band y Ferré (Given pennant K675 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, transferred to Peru two years later, renamed BAP Teniente Ferré with hull number FE-02; decommissioned the second time in 1966, was scrapped that year)
    FFE-385 NCSM Royalmount — Janet Sage Davis (Given pennant K677 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    FFE-386 NCSM Saint-Pierre — Ava Eylie Giffin y Palacios (Given pennant K680 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, transferred to Peru two years later, renamed BAP Teniente Palacios with hull number FE-01; decommissioned the second time in 1966, was scrapped that year)


    FFE-387 HMCS Strathadam — Hollie Lilith Quinn (Given pennant K682 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, converted to civilian use, commissioned by Israel in 1950, renamed AChY Misgav with pennant K30; decommissioned the second time in 1959, was scrapped that year)
    FFE-388 HMCS Fort Erie — Alfreda Booker (Second of name, cancelled before construction in 1943; renamed HMCS Ridgeway to prevent confusion) *
    FFE-389 NCSM Saint-Romauld — Simone Narcissa Parent (Cancelled before construction in 1943)
    FFE-390 NCSM La Tuque — Aceline Yasmine Comeau et Plante (Cancelled before construction in 1943)
    FFE-391 NCSM Valdorien — Joséphine Dmítrievna Chályjkova (Cancelled before construction in 1943)
    FFE-392 (no name) — Joséphine Adèle Chauret (Cancelled before construction in 1943, never named, named NCSM Sainte-Geneviève) *
    FFE-393 (no name) — Gaëtane Hyatt de Fleurimont (Cancelled before construction in 1943, never named, named NCSM Fleurimont) *
    FFE-394 (no name) — Tatienne Joëlle Taschereau (Cancelled before construction in 1943, never named, named NCSM Sainte-Marie) *
    FFE-395 (no name) — Danielle Andrea Thompson (Cancelled before construction in 1943, never named, named HMCS Woburn) *
    FFE-396 HMCS Pesaquid — Alice Church (Cancelled before construction in 1943)


    FFE-397 NCSM Rouyn — Julia Nicole Rouyn (Cancelled before construction in 1943)
    FFE-398 HMCS Fort Etic — Roberta McLeod (To be named, cancelled before construction in 1943, renamed HMCS Westville) *
    FFE-399 HMCS Shipton — Jane Heidi Craig (Cancelled before construction in 1943)
    FFE-401 HMCS Wulastock — Anne de Lancey (Cancelled before construction in 1943)
    FFE-402 NCSM Sainte-Agathe — Augustine Norberta Morin (Cancelled before construction in 1943)
    FFE-403 NCSM Alexandria — Jane Kenyon (Cancelled before construction in 1943)
    FFE-404 HMCS Northumberland — Heidi Nancy Hope (Cancelled before construction in 1943)
    FFE-405 HMCS Hardrock — Taylor Raye Austin (Cancelled before construction in 1943)
    FFE-406 NCSM Westbury — Françoise Anne Eaton (Cancelled before construction in 1943)
    FFE-407 NCSM Saint-Édouard — Maria Collette Napier (Cancelled before construction in 1943)


    FFE-408 NCSM Foster — Carla Bernadette Hampton (Cancelled before construction in 1943)
    FFE-409 HMCS Tisdale — Helen Tricia Kelsey (Cancelled before construction in 1943)
    FFE-410 NCSM Henryville — Bertha Willow Barbara Masterson (Cancelled before construction in 1943)
    FFE-411 HMCS Ranney Falls — Charlotte Wynne Mahoney (Cancelled before construction in 1943)
    FFE-412 HMCS Lingabar — Wanda Marion O'Hara (Cancelled before construction in 1943)
    FFE-413 NCSM Plessisville — Jeanne Brenda Lafond (Cancelled before construction in 1943)
    FFE-414 HMCS Alvington — Allison Fitzrolf (Cancelled before construction in 1943)
    FFE-415 NCSM Mégantic — Susan Agnes Druillettes (Cancelled before construction in 1943)
    FFE-416 NCSM Le Harve — Heidi Bryce Boudreau (Cancelled before construction in 1943)
    FFE-417 HMCS Merrittonia — Wilma Hannah Merritt (Second of name, cancelled before construction in 1943; renamed HMCS Welland to prevent confusion) *
    FFE-418 HMCS Sussexvale — Wynter Abigail Pitt (Second of name, cancelled before construction in 1943; renamed HMCS Quispamsis to prevent confusion) *


    ROTHER-CLASS FRIGATE
    (BRITISH-BUILT RIVER-CLASS FRIGATE)
    FFE-289 HMCS Annan — Cathrine Pernille Balfry (Built in the United Kingdom as HMS Annan [second of name] with pennant K404, transferred to Canada in 1944 without change of name or pennant number, decommissioned the following year and returned to the United Kingdom; transferred that year to Denmark, renamed KDM Niels Ebbesen with pennant F03, decommissioned the final time in 1963, was scrapped that year; given RCN hull number for administrative purposes) *
    FFE-290 HMCS Monnow — Eva Gunnila Skinner (Built in the United Kingdom as HMS Monnow with pennant K441, transferred to Canada in 1944 without change of name or pennant number, decommissioned the following year and returned to the United Kingdom; transferred that year to Denmark, renamed KDM Holger Danske with pennant F02, decommissioned the final time in 1959, was scrapped the following year; given RCN hull number for administrative purposes) *
    FFE-419 HMCS Ettrick — Wendy Ronalda Stacey (Built in the United Kingdom as HMS Ettrick with pennant K254, transferred to Canada in 1944 without change of name or pennant number, decommissioned the following year and returned to the United Kingdom, was scrapped in 1953; adopted by Canada, renamed HMCS Mishtashipu) *
    FFE-420 HMCS Meon — Claire Nellie Balfour (Built in the United Kingdom as HMS Meon with pennant K269, transferred to Canada in 1944 without change of name or pennant number, decommissioned the following year and returned to the United Kingdom, was scrapped in 1966; adopted by Canada, renamed HMCS Terra Nova) *
    FFE-421 HMCS Nene — Erica Riley Shaw (Built in the United Kingdom as HMS Nene with pennant K270, transferred to Canada in 1944 without change of name or pennant number, decommissioned the following year and returned to the United Kingdom, was scrapped in 1955; adopted by Canada, renamed HMCS Natashquan) *
    FFE-422 HMCS Teme — Donna Glenda Jeffrey (Built in the United Kingdom as HMS Teme with pennant K458, transferred to Canada in 1944 without change of name or pennant number, damaged beyond economical repair by torpedo strike in 1944 while escorting convoy BTC-111 by KMS U-246 in the English Channel; decommissioned the following year and returned to the United Kingdom, was scrapped in 1946; adopted by Canada, renamed NCSM Romaine) *
    FFE-423 HMCS Ribble — Allanna Brenda Taylor (Built in the United Kingdom as HMS Ribble [second of name] with pennant K525, transferred to Canada in 1944 without change of name or pennant number, decommissioned the following year and returned to the United Kingdom, was scrapped in 1957; adopted by Canada, renamed HMCS Trepassey) *


    LOCH DUNVEGAN-CLASS FRIGATE
    (LOCH-CLASS FRIGATE)
    FFE-287 HMCS Loch Achanalt — Rhoda Wendy Hart (Built in the United Kingdom as HMS Loch Achanalt with pennant K423, transferred to Canada in 1944 without change of name or pennant number; returned to the United Kingdom the following year, transferred to New Zealand in 1948, renamed HMNZS Pukaki with pennant F423, decommissioned in 1965, was scrapped that year; adopted by New Zealand under local name with pennant F101; given RCN hull number for administrative purposes) *
    FFE-288 HMCS Loch Morlich — Leslie Louise Foxall (Built in the United Kingdom as HMS Loch Morlich with pennant K517, transferred to Canada in 1944 without change of name or pennant; returned to the United Kingdom in 1945, transferred to New Zealand in 1949, renamed HMNZS Tūtira with pennant F517; decommissioned in 1951, was scrapped in 1966; adopted by New Zealand under local name with pennant F104; given RCN hull number for administrative purposes) *
    FFE-428 HMCS Loch Alvie — Eleanor Ginevra Old (Built in the United Kingdom as HMS Loch Alvie with pennant K428, transferred to Canada in 1944 without change of name or pennant number, decommissioned the following year and returned to the United Kingdom; recommissioned in the Royal Navy in 1950 with pennant F428, decommissioned the final time in 1963, was scrapped two years later; adopted by Canada, renamed NCSM Le Moyne) *


    LANGLEY-CLASS FRIGATE
    (MODIFIED BLACK SWAN-CLASS SLOOP)
    FFE-425 HMCS Langley — Constance Clerke (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Partridge [second of name], cancelled before construction in 1945; adopted by Canada and renamed) *
    FFE-426 NCSM Charlesbourg — Rébecca Margaux Sibylle Saint-Laurent (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Waterhen [second of name], cancelled before construction in 1945; adopted by Canada and renamed) *
    FFE-427 HMCS Nepean — Rose Shipley (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Wryneck, cancelled before construction in 1945, adopted by Canada and renamed) *
    FFE-428 HMCS Fort Augustus — Zöe Gillam (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Nonsuch, cancelled before launch in 1945, was scrapped on slip; adopted by Canada and renamed) *
    FFE-429 HMCS Fort Townshend — Josey Mackey (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Nymphe, cancelled before launch in 1945, was scrapped on slip; adopted by Canada and renamed) *


    WOLASTOQ-CLASS FRIGATE
    (EVARTS-CLASS DESTROYER ESCORT)
    FFE-436 HMCS Wolastoq — Winona Wren Creamer-Doyle (Ordered by the United States as USS Creamer with hull number DE-308, cancelled after launch in 1944, was scrapped; adopted by Canada and renamed) *
    FFE-437 NCSM Fort Rogue — Evonne Brier Ely-Archibald (Ordered by the United States as USS Ely with hull number DE-309, cancelled after launch in 1944, was scrapped; adopted by Canada and renamed) *
    FFE-438 NCSM Ville-Marie — Delilah Willow Halsey-Belleau (Ordered by the United States as USS Delbert W. Halsey with hull number DE-310, cancelled before launch in 1944, was scrapped; adopted by Canada and renamed) *
    FFE-439 HMCS Camosun — Rhianna June Keppler-Trutch (Ordered by the United States as USS Keppler with hull number DE-311, cancelled before launch in 1944, was scrapped; adopted by Canada and renamed) *
    FFE-440 HMCS Wascana — Lindsay Thomas-Forget (Ordered by the United States as USS Lloyd Thomas with hull number DE-312, cancelled before launch in 1944, was scrapped; adopted by Canada and renamed) *
    FFE-441 HMCS K'jipuktuk — Winifred Clover Lawe-Williams (Ordered by the United States as USS William C. Lawe with hull number DE-313, cancelled before launch in 1944, was scrapped; adopted by Canada and renamed) *
    FFE-442 HMCS Mohkínstsis — Xara Yolanda Keith-Bulyea (Ordered by the United States as USS Willard Keith with hull number DE-314, cancelled before launch in 1944, was scrapped; adopted by Canada and renamed) *
    FFE-443 HMCS Fort York — Olive Janet Gaynier-Stisted (Ordered by the United States with hull number DE-315, cancelled before launch in 1944, was scrapped, never named; adopted by Canada and named) *


    GANARASKA-CLASS FRIGATE
    (BUCKLEY-CLASS DESTROYER ESCORT)
    FFE-444 HMCS Ganaraska — Willow Sophia Sims (Built in the United States as USS Sims [second of name] with hull number DE-154, reclassified APD-50 in 1944, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1961; adopted by Canada and renamed) *

    INUVIK-CLASS FRIGATE
    (CANNON-CLASS DESTROYER ESCORT)
    FFE-445 HMCS Inuvik — Norma Ellen Edsall-Laird (Ordered by the United States as DE-114, cancelled before construction in 1943, never named; adopted by Canada and named) *
    FFE-446 HMCS Masset — Josephine Nichelle Jones-Joly de Lotbinière (Ordered by the United States as DE-115, cancelled before construction in 1943, never named; adopted by Canada and named) *
    FFE-447 HMCS Protector — Ophelia Joanna Gaynier-Daly (Ordered by the United States as USS Gaynier with hull number DE-751, cancelled before launch in 1944, was scrapped on slip; adopted by Canada and renamed) *
    FFE-448 HMCS Cornwallis — Cyan Wynter Howard-Jones (Ordered by the United States as USS Curtis W. Howard with hull number DE-752, cancelled before launch in 1944, was scrapped; adopted by Canada and renamed) *
    FFE-449 HMCS Coverdale — Josie Janet van Buren-Harding (Ordered by the United States as USS John J. Van Buren with hull number DE-753, cancelled before launch in 1944, was scrapped; adopted by Canada and renamed) *
    FFE-450 HMCS Naden — Miranda Lewis-Dewdney (Ordered by the United States as USS Milton Lewis with hull number DE-772, cancelled before launch in 1944, was scrapped; adopted by Canada and renamed) *
    FFE-451 HMCS Gloucester — Ginevra Maria Campbell-Kirkpatrick (Ordered by the United States as USS George M. Campbell with hull number DE-773, cancelled before launch in 1944, was scrapped; adopted by Canada and renamed) *
    FFE-452 NCSM Hochelaga — Ryleigh Minerva Cox-Chapleau (Ordered by the United States as USS Russell M. Cox with hull number DE-774, cancelled before launch in 1944, was scrapped; adopted by Canada and renamed) *


    KINGSTON-CLASS FRIGATE
    (JOHN C. BUTLER-CLASS DESTROYER ESCORT)
    FFE-453 HMCS Kingston — Phoebe Renée Alger-Howland (Ordered by the United States as DE-427, cancelled before construction in 1944, never named; adopted by Canada and named) *
    FFE-454 NCSM Sept-Îles — Hannah Jennifer Christopher-Caron (Ordered by the United States as DE-426, cancelled before construction in 1944, never named; adopted by Canada and named) *
    FFE-455 HMCS Fort Amherst — Genette Hope Cannon-Robinson (Ordered by the United States as DE-425, cancelled before construction in 1944, never named; adopted by Canada and named) *
    FFE-456 HMCS Kaministiquia — Claire Crystal Thomas-Crawford (Ordered by the United States as DE-457, cancelled before construction in 1944, never named; adopted by Canada and named) *
    FFE-457 HMCS Mînisihk — Lucy Alysha Bostwick-Brown (Ordered by the United States as DE-458, cancelled before construction in 1944, never named; adopted by Canada and named) *
    FFE-458 HMCS Windsor — Grace Breeman-Macdonald (Ordered by the United States as DE-459, cancelled before construction in 1944, never named; adopted by Canada and named) *
    FFE-459 HMCS Stoney Creek — Winona Wanda Burrows-Robinson (Ordered by the United States as DE-460, cancelled before construction in 1944, never named; adopted by Canada and named) *
    FFE-460 NCSM Laviolette — Antonia Josephine Corbesier-Letellier de Saint-Just (Ordered by the United States as DE-461, cancelled before construction in 1944, never named; adopted by Canada and named) *
    FFE-461 NCSM Lepage — Cornelia Cronin-Robitaille (Ordered by the United States as DE-462, cancelled before construction in 1944, never named; adopted by Canada and named) *
    FFE-462 NCSM La Baie — Willow Selwyn Crosley-Masson (Ordered by the United States as DE-463, cancelled before construction in 1944, never named; adopted by Canada and named) *


    FFE-463 HMCS Chatham — Janet Carter-Cornwall (Ordered by the United States as DE-464, cancelled before construction in 1944, never named; adopted by Canada and named) *
    FFE-464 HMCS Corner Brook — Clarisse Lydia Evans-Outerbridge (Ordered by the United States as DE-465, cancelled before construction in 1944, never named; adopted by Canada and named) *
    FFE-465 HMCS Albro Lake — Ursula Phillipa Levy-Doyle (Ordered by the United States as DE-466, cancelled before construction in 1944, never named; adopted by Canada and named) *
    FFE-466 HMCS Stadacona — Rayne Franklyn McConnell-Howe (Ordered by the United States as DE-467, cancelled before construction in 1944, never named; adopted by Canada and named) *
    FFE-467 NCSM Saint-Hyacinthe — Hunter Osterhaus-Angers (Ordered by the United States as DE-468, cancelled before construction in 1944, never named; adopted by Canada and named) *
    FFE-468 HMCS Aldergrove — Charlotte Willow Parks-Nelson (Ordered by the United States as DE-469, cancelled before construction in 1944, never named; adopted by Canada and named) *
    FFE-469 HMCS Ambrose — Ridley Sophia Baron-Archibald (Ordered by the United States as DE-809, cancelled before construction in 1944, never named; adopted by Canada and named) *
    FFE-470 NCSM Chaleur — Joleen Whitney Acree-Chapleau (Ordered by the United States as DE-900, cancelled before construction in 1944, never named; adopted by Canada and named) *
    FFE-471 HMCS Churchill — Eustace Ethel Amick-Morris (Ordered by the United States as DE-901, cancelled before construction in 1944, never named; adopted by Canada and named) *
    FFE-472 HMCS Conestoga — Janet Mackenzie Atherton-Kirkpatrick (Ordered by the United States as DE-902, cancelled before construction in 1944, never named; adopted by Canada and named) *
    FFE-473 HMCS Shelburne — Royce Shannon Booth-Richey (Ordered by the United States as DE-903, cancelled before construction in 1944, never named; adopted by Canada and named) *
    FFE-474 HMCS Shearwater — Heidi Francis Carroll-McLelan (Ordered by the United States as DE-904, cancelled before construction in 1944, never named; adopted by Canada and named) *


    Ship prefix

    Canadian government ship prefixes
    CCGS — Canadian Coast Guard Ship (post-1962 Canadian Coast Guard prefix)
    CGS — Canadian Government Ship (pre-1962 Department of Transport prefix)
    HMCS — His/Her Majesty's Canadian Ship (Royal Canadian Navy English prefix)
    NCSM — Navire Canadien de Sa Majesté (Marine Royale Canadienne French prefix)


    Other prefixes
    AC — Armada de Chile ("Navy of Chile")
    AChY — Oniyat Heyl HaYam ("Sea Corps Ship")
    ARA — Armada de la República Argentina ("Navy of the Argentine Republic")
    ARD — Armada de la República Dominicana ("Navy of the Dominican Republic")
    BAP — Buque Armada Peruana ("Peruvian Navy Ship")
    HMCYS — His/Her Majesty's Ceylon Ship
    HMNZS — His/Her Majesty's New Zealand Ship
    HMS — His/Her Majesty's Ship
    KDM — Kongelige Danske Marine ("Royal Danish Navy")
    KMS — Kriegsmarineschiff ("War Navy Ship") (German Navy ship prefix from 1935-1945)
    KNM — Kongelige Norske Marine ("Royal Norwegian Navy")
    MV — Motor Vessel
    PNA — Prefectura Naval Argentina ("Argentine Naval Prefecture")
    SLNN — Śrī Laṁkā Nāvika Naukāva ("Sri Lanka Naval Ship")
    USS — United States Ship
    Hull classification codes and pennant superior letters


    APD — Fast Personnel Transport
    DE — Destroyer Escort
    F — Fragata ("Frigate") (Armada de la República Argentina and Armada de la República Dominicana pennant superior)
    F — Fregat ("Frigate") (Søværnet pennant superior)
    F — Fregatt ("Frigate") (Sjøforsvaret pennant superior)
    F — Frigate (Royal Navy and Royal New Zealand Navy pennant superior post-World War Two)
    FE — Fragata de Escolta ("Escort Frigate") (Marina de Guerra del Perú hull classification symbol)
    FF — Fragata ("Frigate") (Armada de Chile hull classification symbol)
    FFE — Escort Frigate/Frégate d'Escorte
    GC — Guardacostas ("Coast Guard") (Prefectura Naval Argentina pennant superior)
    K — Kovrbeth ("Corvette") (Ḥeil HaYam HaYisraeli pennant superior)
    N — Næv ("Frigate") (Śrī Laṃkā Nāvika Hamudāva pennant superior)
    PF — Patrol Frigate
    PG — Patrol Gunboat
    U — Unterseeboot ("Submarine") (Kriegsarine pennant superior)
    Note that during the Second World War, the British Commonwealth did not follow a type-specific pennant superior lettering system, though ocean escorts normally got the pennant superior K.
     
  12. OblivionFan007

    OblivionFan007 Not too sore, are you?

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    Mmm...
    Gray is an awesome name.
    Reminds me of the Arthurian legend.
    For some reason, I really like it. Classy?
    How the roles have reversed.
    I like how it rolls off the tongue.
    I once made a character, her name was Alice Clarke. I don't know, maybe I was feeling nostalgic.
    She's going to make cream out of everyone.
    Maybe I'm seeing things...
    There's something about the name crystal...
    Saint-Just. With only this I am on-board.
     
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  13. Pyeknu

    Pyeknu Cross-Dimensional Magical Sith GIrl

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    My usual approach to Western shipgirls is to base the human name on one of several factors:

    1) First captain (or captain who died when the ship sank), i.e. Roberta Welland (HMCS Haida)
    2) Ship's namesake, i.e. Luisa von Bismarck-Schönhausen (KMS Bismarck)
    3) Person who christened her at launch, i.e. Yvonne Swanson (USS Enterprise)
    4) Person who was founder of a state/city the ship is named after, i.e. Katharine Hyde (USS New Jersey)

    With cancelled ships, the 4th factor plays in heavily.
     
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    OblivionFan007 Not too sore, are you?

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    I can see it. Normally those are the ones with four names, which happen to be my favorite.

    Nice naming formula.
     
  15. Extras: Canada: Corvettes
    Pyeknu

    Pyeknu Cross-Dimensional Magical Sith GIrl

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    I planned to do the corvettes and minesweepers of the RCN/MRC together on one entry.

    The corvettes alone ran EIGHT PAGES!

    Enjoy!

    KANTAI COLLECTION/AZUR LANE/WARSHIP GIRLS
    LIST OF CANADIAN CORVETTES

    No./Ship Name — Human Name (Fate)

    MATAPÉDIA-CLASS CORVETTE
    (CANADIAN-BUILT FLOWER-CLASS CORVETTE)
    PC-501 NCSM Matapédia — Roberte Joëlle Herman (Given pennant K112 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped in 1950)
    PC-502 HMCS Camrose — Lois Rhonda Pavillard (Given pennant K154 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped two years later)
    PC-503 NCSM Chambly — Flora Channelle Smith (Given pennant K116 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for civilian use as MV Sonia Vinke in 1952, was scrapped in 1966)
    PC-504 HMCS Eyebright — Hallie Carol Randi Davis (Built in Canada for the United Kingdom as HMS Eyebright with pennant K150, transferred to Canada in 1941 without change of name or pennant number, decommissioned in 1945 and returned to the United Kingdom, sold for civilian use as MV Albert W. Vinke two years later, was scrapped in 1965; adopted by Canada and renamed HMCS Goose Bay) *
    PC-505 HMCS Mayflower — Gwenaëlle Hilda Stephen (Built in Canada for the United Kingdom as HMS Mayflower with pennant K191, transferred to Canada in 1941 without change of name or pennant number, decommissioned in 1945 and returned to the United Kingdom, was scrapped in 1949; adopted by Canada and renamed HMCS Kelligrew) *
    PC-506 HMCS Trillium — Ronalda Freida Harris (Built in Canada for the United Kingdom as HMS Trillium with pennant K172, transferred to Canada in 1941 without change of name or pennant number, decommissioned in 1945 and returned to the United Kingdom, sold for civilian use as MV Olympic Winner two years later, was scrapped in 1971; adopted by Canada and renamed HMCS London) *
    PC-507 HMCS Hepatica — Tracey Gilmour (Built in Canada for the United Kingdom as HMS Hepatica with pennant K159, transferred to Canada in 1941 without change of name or pennant number, decommissioned in 1945 and returned to the United Kingdom, was scrapped in 1948; adopted by Canada and renamed NCSM Terrebonne) *
    PC-508 HMCS Snowberry — Rayna Stella Kelley (Built in Canada for the United Kingdom as HMS Snowberry with pennant K166, transferred to Canada in 1941 without change of name or pennant number, decommissioned in 1945 and returned to the United Kingdom, was scrapped two years later; adopted by Canada and renamed NCSM Fort Saint-Jean) *
    PC-509 HMCS Spikenard — Hortense Gillian Shadforth (Built in Canada for the United Kingdom as HMS Spikenard with pennant K198, transferred to Canada in 1941 without change of name or pennant number, was sunk by torpedo strike the following year while escorting convoy SC-67 by KMS U-136 west of Hartland, England; adopted by Canada and renamed NCSM Brossard) *
    PC-510 HMCS Windflower — Joanna Price (Built in Canada for the United Kingdom as HMS Windflower with pennant K155, transferred to Canada in 1941 without change of name or pennant number, was sunk by collision later that year while escorting convoy SC-58 with SS Zyphenburg south of east from Portugal Cove South, Newfoundland and Labrador; adopted by Canada and renamed HMCS Paradise) *

    PC-511 NCSM Arvida — Alicia Ida MacKay (Given pennant K113 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for civilian use as MV La Ceiba in 1950, was scrapped in 1987)
    PC-512 HMCS Collingwood — Norma Grace Bennett (Given pennant K180 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped in 1950)
    PC-513 HMCS Orillia — Wendy Esther Simone Briggs (Given pennant K119 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped in 1951)
    PC-514 NCSM Lévis — Clarisse Yasmine Gilding (Given pennant K115 in World War Two, was sunk by torpedo strike in 1941 while escorting convoy SC-44 by KMS U-74 east of Aappilattoq, Greenland)
    PC-515 HMCS Napanee — Ariel Helena Dobson (Given pennant K118 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    PC-516 HMCS Fennel — Josephine Margaret Gillison (Built in Canada for the United Kingdom as HMS Fennel with pennant K194, transferred to Canada in 1941 without change of name or pennant number, decommissioned in 1945 and returned to the United Kingdom, sold for civilian use as MV Millam Kihl in 1948, was scrapped in 1966; adopted by Canada and renamed HMCS Gander) *
    PC-517 HMCS Cobalt — Rosalyn Brenda Campbell (Given pennant K124 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for civilian use as MV Johanna W. Vinke in 1953, was scrapped in 1963)
    PC-518 HMCS Barrie — Raquel Martita Mosher y Cánepa (Given pennant K138 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for civilian use as MV Gasestado in 1947; commissioned by Argentina in 1957, renamed ARA Capitán Cánepa with pennant Q3, decommissioned the second time in 1973, was scrapped that year)
    PC-519 HMCS Arrowhead — Velvet Helen Torraville (Built in Canada for the United Kingdom as HMS Arrowhead with pennant K145, transferred to Canada in 1941 without change of name or pennant number, decommissioned in 1945 and returned to the United Kingdom, sold for civilian use as MV Southern Larkspur in 1948, was scrapped in 1959; adopted by Canada and renamed HMCS Corte Real) *
    PC-520 HMCS Wetaskiwin — Gracia Soledad Windeyer de la Victoria (Given pennant K175 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945 on transfer to Venezuela, renamed ARV Victoria with pennant C01; decommissioned for the second time in 1962, was scrapped that year)

    PC-521 HMCS Bittersweet — Jennifer Ashley Woods (Built in Canada for the United Kingdom as HMS Bittersweet with pennant K182, transferred to Canada in 1941 without change of name or pennant number, decommissioned in 1945 and returned to the United Kingdom, was scrapped in 1950; adopted by Canada and renamed HMCS Winkler) *
    PC-522 NCSM Kénogami — Rebecca Jackson (Given pennant K125 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped in 1950)
    PC-523 HMCS Nanaimo — Trudy Janet Bellas (Given pennant K101 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Rene W. Vinke in 1953, was scrapped in 1966)

    PC-524 HMCS Agassiz — Brenda Reika Johnson ブレンダ・冷菓・ジョンストン (Given pennant K129 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    PC-525 HMCS Alberni — Irene Octavia Baugh (Given pennant K103 in World War Two, was sunk by torpedo strike in 1944 while escorting convoy by KMS U-480 west of south from Selsey, England)
    PC-526 HMCS Kamloops — Jaime Millicent Gillison (Given pennant K176 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped that year)
    PC-527 HMCS Quesnel — June Allana Gow (Given pennant K133 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    PC-528 HMCS Amherst — Angélica Concepción Young y Zamora (Given pennant K148 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945 on transfer to Venezuela, renamed ARV Federación with pennant C05; decommissioned for the second time in 1956, was scrapped that year)
    PC-529 HMCS Galt — Allison Dorothy Landles (Given pennant K163 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    PC-530 HMCS SackvilleWendy Rose Kirkland (Given pennant K181 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, recommissioned as research vessel for the Department of Marine and Fisheries, re-designated CNAV Sackville with hull number AGOR-532; re-designated CFAV Sackville with hull number AGOR-113 in 1968 on the unification of the Canadian Forces, decommissioned for the second time in 1982, preserved as museum ship at Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, Halifax, Nova Scotia [wintering at Canadian Forces Base Halifax, Nova Scotia])

    PC-531 NCSM Shawinigan — Valérie Jessamond Jones (Given pennant K136 in World War Two, was sunk by torpedo strike in 1944 from KMS U-1228 south-southwest of Channel-Port aux Basques, Newfoundland and Labrador)
    PC-532 HMCS Algoma — Juanita Harding de Mendoza y Montilla (Given pennant K127 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945 on transfer to Venezuela, renamed ARV Constitución with pennant C06; decommissioned for the second time in 1962, was scrapped that year)
    PC-533 HMCS Rosthern — Phoebe Brandy Cross (Given pennant K169 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)

    PC-534 HMCS Chilliwack — Leslie Ryōko Foxall レスリー・諒子・フォクソール (Given pennant K131 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    PC-535 NCSM Chicoutimi — Hélène Gaëtane Dupont (Given pennant K106 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    PC-536 NCSM Dauphin — Rébecca Aimée Stéphanie MacNeil (Given pennant K157 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for civilian use as MV Cortes in 1949, was scrapped in 1992)
    PC-537 HMCS Pictou — Louise de la Chesnaye Audette (Given pennant K146 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for civilian use as MV Olympic Chaser in 1950, converted to a barge in 1963, final fate unknown)
    PC-538 NCSM Rimouski — Jacquette Virginie Bonner (Given pennant K121 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped in 1950)
    PC-539 HMCS Trail — Glenda Stacey Hall (Given pennant K174 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped in 1950)
    PC-540 HMCS Lethbridge — Wynne Mahan (Given pennant K160 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for civilian use as MV Nicholas Vinke in 1955, was scrapped in 1966)

    PC-541 NCSM Sherbrooke — Élise Gaëlle Maria Donald (Given pennant K152 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped in 1947)
    PC-542 HMCS Saskatoon — June Shannon Scott (Given pennant K158 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    PC-543 HMCS Moose Jaw — Farrah Eleanor Grubb (Given pennant K164 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped in 1949)
    PC-544 HMCS Baddeck — Annabelle Hope Easton (Given pennant K147 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Efthai in 1947, wrecked by grounding in 1966 near Jidda, Saudi Arabia; was scrapped on site that year)
    PC-545 NCSM Buctouche — Véronique Yolande Hackney (Given pennant K179 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped in 1949)
    PC-546 NCSM Edmundston — Rosalie Dieudonnée Barrett (Given pennant K106 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Amepala in 1948, was scrapped in 1961)
    PC-547 NCSM Sorel — Jeunesse Victoire Dowling (Given pennant K153 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945 on transfer to Yugoslavia, wrecked by grounding later that year off Henry Island, Nova Scotia before transfer was complete, was scrapped the following year)
    PC-548 HMCS Dunvegan — Inéz Agueda Tullis y Roscio (Given pennant K177 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945 on transfer to Venezuela, renamed ARV Independencia with pennant C07; decommissioned the second time in 1953, was scrapped that year)
    PC-549 HMCS Prescott — Hélöise Allannah Russell (Given pennant K161 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped in 1951)
    PC-550 HMCS Dawson — Ashley Hunter Glenda Storrs (Given pennant K104 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, foundered while being towed to scrapping the following year in Lake Ontario, later salvaged and scrapped)

    PC-551 HMCS Lunenburg — Wanda Evelyn Harrison (Given pennant K151 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    PC-552 HMCS Battleford — Roberta Jovita Roberts y San Mateo (Given pennant K165 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945 on transfer to Venezuela, renamed ARV Libertad with pennant C03; was sunk by grounding in 1949)
    PC-553 HMCS Louisburg — Vérène Félicité Campbell (Given pennant K143 in World War Two, was sunk by air strike in 1943 while escorting convoy KMF-8 by Luftwaffe bombers north of Benabdelmalek Ramdane, Algeria)
    PC-554 HMCS Summerside — Glenda O'Brien Gerity (Given pennant K141 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    PC-555 NCSM Shediac — Juliette Olympe Every de Clayton (Given pennant K110 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Jooske W. Vinke in 1954, was scrapped in 1966)
    PC-556 HMCS Brandon — Joanna Colleen Littler (Given pennant K149 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped that year)
    PC-557 HMCS Morden — Jane Jillian Hodgkinson (Given pennant K170 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    PC-558 HMCS Kamsack — Encarnación Randell de Carabobo (Given pennant K171 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945 on transfer to Venezuela, renamed ARV Carabobo with pennant C02; was lost during transfer to Venezuela)
    PC-559 HMCS Drumheller — Geraldine Heather Griffiths (Given pennant K167 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped in 1949)
    PC-560 HMCS Timmins — Nicholette Salomé Céleste Dickenson (Given pennant K223 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Guayaquil in 1948, was sunk in 1960 off the coast of Ecuador)

    PC-561 HMCS Moncton — Allene Rose Elaine Coleman (Given pennant K139 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Willem Vinke in 1955, was scrapped in 1966)
    PC-562 HMCS Oakville — Angélica Clarisa Jones y Bolívar (Given pennant K178 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945 on transfer to Venezuela, renamed ARV Patria with pennant C04; decommissioned the second time in 1962, was scrapped that year)
    PC-563 HMCS Weyburn — Tiffany Marlene Whitney Golby (Given pennant K173 in World War Two, was sunk by mine strike in 1943 laid by KMS U-118 west of Tangier, Morocco)
    PC-564 HMCS The Pas — Easter Gardenia Old (Given pennant K168 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    PC-565 NCSM Sudbury — Alexa McAllister McLarnon (Given pennant K162 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Sudbury in 1949, was scrapped in 1967)
    PC-566 HMCS New Westminster — Ronalda Olive McKenzie (Given pennant K228 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Elisa in 1950, was scrapped in 1966)
    PC-567 HMCS BrantfordWendy Dana Faye Johnston (Given pennant K218 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Olympic Arrow in 1950, was scrapped in 1976)
    PC-568 HMCS Midland — Addison Brittany Taylor (Given pennant K220 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    PC-569 HMCS Kitchener — Wynter Evans (Was to have been named Vancouver, given pennant K225 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped in 1949)
    PC-570 HMCS Dundas — Rhonda Willow Draney (Given pennant K229 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)

    PC-571 HMCS Calgary — Alice Annabelle Audrey Dykes (Given pennant K231 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped in 1951)
    PC-572 HMCS Fredericton — Julia Hayden Stacey MacDonald (Given pennant K218 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Tra Ios Mortes in 1948, was scrapped in 1978)
    PC-573 NCSM La Malbaie — Irénée Zoé McTavish (Was to have been named Fort William with pennant K236, given pennant K273 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped in 1951)
    PC-574 HMCS Regina — Rhonda Frances Harris (Given pennant K234 in World War Two, was sunk by torpedo strike in 1944 by KMS U-667 west-northwest of Tintagel, England)
    PC-575 HMCS Halifax — Caroline Copelin (Given pennant K237 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Halifax that year, was scrapped in 1963)
    PC-576 HMCS Port Arthur — Edna Tabitha Simmons (Given pennant K233 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped in 1948)
    PC-577 HMCS Woodstock — Lana Phyllis Denny (Given pennant K238 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Olympic Winner in 1951, was scrapped in 1975)
    PC-578 HMCS Charlottetown — Jane Wynter Bonner (Given pennant K244 in World War Two, was sunk by torpedo strike in 1942 while escorting convoy SQ-30 by KMS U-517 north of Capucins, Québec)
    PC-579 NCSM Ville de Québec — Delphine Guenièvre Jeffrey (Given pennant K242 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Dispina the following year, was scrapped in 1952)
    PC-580 HMCS Vancouver — Peyton Francine Maureen DeFreitas (Second of name, was to be named Kitchener, given pennant K240 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)

    ATHOLL-CLASS CORVETTE
    (MODIFIED CANADIAN-BUILT FLOWER-CLASS CORVETTE)
    PC-581 NCSM Atholl — Wynne Darlene Heather Gardiner (Given pennant K15 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped in 1952)
    PC-582 HMCS North Bay — Bethney Hynes (Given pennant K339 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Kent County II the following year, was scrapped in 1992)
    PC-583 HMCS Lindsay — Ginger Arline Velma Thomson (Given pennant K338 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV North Shore the following year, was scrapped in 1971)
    PC-584 HMCS Owen Sound — Jaylee Marisa Watson (Given pennant K340 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Cadio the following year, was scrapped in 1964)
    PC-585 HMCS Cobourg — Gail Haven Johnson (Given pennant K333 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Camco the following year, was scrapped in 1972)
    PC-586 NCSM Giffard — Gilberte Honorée Matheson (Built in Canada for the United Kingdom as HMS Buddleia with pennant K402, transferred to Canada and renamed before commissioning in 1943, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped in 1952)
    PC-587 NCSM Rivière-du-Loup — Rosario Noelia Smillie y Bautista Maggiolo (Given pennant K357 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, transferred to the Dominican Republic two years later, renamed ARD Juan Bautista Maggiolo with pennant F111; decommissioned the second time in 1972, was scrapped that year)
    PC-588 HMCS Louisburg — Jovita Belén Elmsley y Acosta Bustamante (Second of name, given pennant K401 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, transferred to the Dominican Republic two years later, renamed ARD Juan Alejandro Acosta with pennant F112; decommissioned the second time in 1978, wrecked beyond economical repair by storm damage in 1979 by Hurricane David, remainder scrapped afterwards; renamed NCSM Port-Royal to prevent confusion) *
    PC-589 HMCS Norsyd — Izevel Refaela Biggs (Given pennant K520 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Balboa the following year, commissioned anew by Israel in 1948, renamed AChY Haganah with pennant K20; decommissioned for the second time in 1956, was scrapped that year)
    PC-590 HMCS Forrest Hill — Faye Rose Brebner (Built in Canada for the United Kingdom as HMS Ceanothos with pennant K486, transferred to Canada and renamed before commissioning in 1943, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped in 1948)

    PC-591 HMCS Frontenac — Moira Callander Bull (Given pennant K335 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use the following year, final fate unknown)
    PC-592 HMCS Trentonian — Chyna Sarina Glassco (Given pennant K368 in World War Two, was sunk by torpedo attack in 1945 while escorting a convoy by KMS U-1104 east-southeast of Falmouth, England)
    PC-593 HMCS Mimico — Francine Jamie Jones (Built in Canada for the United Kingdom as HMS Bullrush with pennant K485, transferred to Canada and renamed before commissioning in 1944, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Olympic Victor in 1950, was scrapped in 1976)
    PC-594 HMCS Long Branch — Wendy Julia Kingsmill (Built in Canada for the United Kingdom as HMS Candytuft with pennant K487, transferred to Canada and renamed before commissioning in 1944, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Rexton Kent II two years later, was scuttled in 1966 off Cape Spencer in the Minas Basin, Nova Scotia)
    PC-595 HMCS Whitby — Ruth Kelley Lester (Given pennant K346 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Bengo the following year, final fate unknown)
    PC-596 HMCS Guelph — Elizabeth Galt (Given pennant K687 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Guelph the following year, was scrapped before 1965)
    PC-597 HMCS Parry Sound — Willow Janette Gilmore (Given pennant K341 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Olympic Champion in 1950, was scrapped in 1979)
    PC-598 NCSM Saint-Lambert — Renée Célestine Hayden (Given pennant K343 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Chrysi Hondroulis the following year, was scrapped before 1958)
    PC-599 NCSM Asbestos — Jacinthe Cuthbert (Given pennant K358 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was to be transferred to the Dominican Republic two years later, wrecked beyond economical repair by grounding in 1949 off Cuba, salvaged and was scrapped later that year)
    PC-600 NCSM Hawkesbury — Yolande Gisèle Curry (Given pennant K415 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Campuchea in 1950, was scrapped in 1956)

    PC-601 HMCS West YorkEdwina Grace Scott (Given pennant K369 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV West York the following year, was sunk by collision in 1960 with SS Hilda Maersk near Montréal, Québec; aft part of the ship later salvaged and scrapped)
    PC-602 HMCS Peterborough — Juanita Bonita Raine y Jansen (Given pennant K342 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, transferred to the Dominican Republic two years later, renamed ARD Geraldo Jansen with pennant F113; decommissioned the second time in 1972, was scrapped that year)
    PC-603 HMCS Thorlock — Jimena Enriqueta Francois de Papudo (Given pennant K394 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, transferred to Chile the following year, renamed AC Papudo with hull number PC-02; decommissioned the second time in 1965, was scrapped two years later)
    PC-604 NCSM Beauharnois — Elke Chenya Smith-Wedgwood (Given pennant K540 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Josiah Wedgwood the following year; commissioned by Israel in 1948 as AChY Wedgwood with pennant K18; decommissioned the final time in 1954, was scrapped the following year)
    PC-605 HMCS Stellarton — Rosario Adora Jarvis de Casma (Given pennant K457 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, transferred to Chile the following year, renamed AC Casma with hull number PC-03; decommissioned the second time in 1967, was scrapped two years later)
    PC-606 HMCS Strathroy — Hermina Débora Pepper de Chipana (Given pennant K455 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, transferred to Chile the following year, renamed AC Chipana with hull number PC-04; decommissioned the second time in 1966, was scrapped in 1969)
    PC-607 HMCS Merrittonia — Francine Kelley Ellis (Given pennant K688 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, intended for commercial use, was sunk off the coast of Nova Scotia later that year)
    PC-608 NCSM Lachute — Rita Genoveva Hatrick y Colon (Given pennant K440 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, transferred to the Dominican Republic two years later, renamed ARD Cristobal Colon with pennant F114; decommissioned the second time in 1978, wrecked beyond economical repair by storm damage in 1979 by Hurricane David, remainder scrapped afterwards)
    PC-609 HMCS Fergus — Hollandia Farncomb (Was to have been named Fort Frances, given pennant K686 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Camco II later that year, was sunk in storm in 1949 west of Saint Shott's, Newfoundland and Labrador)
    PC-610 HMCS Belleville — Jesúsa Loída Korning y Bautista Cambiaso (Given pennant K332 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, transferred to the Dominican Republic two years later, renamed ARD Juan Bautista Cambiaso with pennant F115; decommissioned the second time in 1972, was scrapped that year)

    PC-611 HMCS Smiths Falls — Paige Tara Byers (Given pennant K345 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Olympic Lightning in 1950, was scrapped in 1976)
    PC-612 HMCS Brampton — Barbara Catherine Haggert (Cancelled before construction in 1943)
    PC-613 HMCS Ingersoll — Tamsyn Ingersoll (Cancelled before construction in 1943, intended to have pennant K336)
    PC-614 HMCS Listowel — Jasmine Bridget Purcell (Cancelled before construction in 1943, intended to have pennant K439)
    PC-615 HMCS Meaford — Chantelle Rankin (Cancelled before construction in 1943)
    PC-616 HMCS Renfrew — Wynter Fitzallan (Cancelled before construction in 1943, intended to have pennant K452)
    PC-617 HMCS Simcoe — Catharine Charlotte Simcoe (Cancelled before construction in 1943)

    ACTION-CLASS PATROL GUNBOAT
    (MODIFIED CANADIAN FLOWER-CLASS CORVETTE FOR LEND-LEASE)
    PC-618 Mandrake — Wynter Allison Dobbs (Built for the United Kingdom as HMS Mandrake with pennant K287, transferred to the United States in 1943, renamed USS Haste with hull number PG-92, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Porto Azzuro in 1949, was scrapped in 1971; given RCN hull number for administrative purposes)
    PC-619 Milfoil — Hannah Fleur Morrison (Built for the United Kingdom as HMS Milfoil with pennant K288, transferred to the United States in 1943, renamed USS Intensity with hull number PG-93, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Olympic Promoter in 1950, was scrapped in 1966; given RCN hull number for administrative purposes)
    PC-620 Musk — Julia Kaye Hartley (Built for the United Kingdom as HMS Musk with pennant K289, transferred to the United States in 1943, renamed USS Might with hull number PG-94, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Olympic Explorer in 1950, final fate unknown; given RCN hull number for administrative purposes)
    PC-621 Nepeta — Andrea Lynne Cunningham (Built for the United Kingdom as HMS Nepeta with pennant K290, transferred to the United States in 1943, renamed USS Pert with hull number PG-95, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Olympic Leader in 1950, final fate unknown; given RCN hull number for administrative purposes)
    PC-622 Privet — Ambra Filomena Pittman (Built for the United Kingdom as HMS Privet with pennant K291, transferred to the United States in 1943, renamed USS Prudent with hull number PG-96, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Elbano in 1950; commissioned by Italy the following year, renamed MM Staffeta with pennant A5307, decommissioned the second time in 1970, was scrapped that year; given RCN hull number for administrative purposes)
    PC-623 Comfrey — Kendra Enola Read (Built for the United Kingdom as HMS Comfrey with pennant K277, transferred to the United States in 1942, renamed USS Action with hull number PG-86, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Arne Presthus in 1949, final fate unknown; given RCN hull number for administrative purposes)
    PC-624 Cornel — Hunter McLeod Godsey (Built for the United Kingdom as HMS Cornel with pennant K278, transferred to the United States in 1942, renamed USS Alacrity with hull number PG-87, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Rio Marina in 1947, final fate unknown; given RCN hull number for administrative purposes)
    PC-625 Dittany — Wanda Phoebe Page (Built for the United Kingdom as HMS Dittany with pennant K279, transferred to the United States in 1943, renamed USS Beacon with hull number PG-88, restored to the United Kingdom later that year under original name and pennant, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States that year, final fate unknown; given RCN hull number for administrative purposes)
    PC-626 Flax — Norma Bryce Denel (Built for the United Kingdom as HMS Flax with pennant K284, transferred to the United States in 1942, renamed USS Brisk with hull number PG-89, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Ariana the following year, final fate unknown; given RCN hull number for administrative purposes)
    PC-627 Honesty — Gayle MacGregor (Built for the United States as USS Caprice with hull number PG-90, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Honesty with pennant K285, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, sold for commercial use that year under unknown name, was scrapped in 1961; given RCN hull number for administrative purposes)
    PC-628 Linaria — Rosemary Helen Jameson (Built for the United States as USS Clash with hull number PG-91, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Linaria with pennant K282, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, sold for commercial use as MV Porto Offuro two years later, final fate unknown; given RCN hull number for administrative purposes)
    PC-629 Rosebay — Rayna June Tadhunter (Built for the United States as USS Splendor with hull number PG-97, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Rosebay with pennant K286, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, final fate unknown; given RCN hull number for administrative purposes)
    PC-630 Smilax — Amaranta Esmeralda Branson y Lonardi Doucet (Built for the United States as USS Tact with hull number PG-98, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Smilax with pennant K280, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, transferred to Argentina two years later, renamed ARA República with pennant F07; decommissioned the second time in 1961, final fate unknown; given RCN hull number for administrative purposes)
    PC-631 Statice — Ruth Wolfenden (Built for the United States as USS Vim with hull number PG-99, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Statice with pennant K281, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, sold for commercial use two years later under unknown name, was scrapped in 1961; given RCN hull number for administrative purposes)
    PC-632 Willowherb — Annabelle Hague (Built for the United States as USS Vitality with hull number PG-100, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Willowherb with pennant K283, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States per Lend-Lease, sold for commercial use two years later under unknown name, was scrapped in 1961; given RCN hull number for administrative purposes)

    TILLSONBURG-CLASS CORVETTE
    (CANADIAN-BUILT CASTLE-CLASS CORVETTE)
    PC-633 HMCS Tillsonburg — Alberta Dorothy Nàyǒng Ritchie 艾伯塔·多蘿西·娜勇·里奇 (Built for the United Kingdom as HMS Penbroke Castle with pennant K540, transferred to Canada in 1943 and renamed, decommissioned in 1946, sold for commercial use as MV Ta Ching later that year, commissioned by Taiwan in 1951, renamed ZMZ Gāo'ān ZMZ 高安 with hull number XL-02; decommissioned for the second time in 1963, was scrapped that year)
    PC-634 HMCS Humberstone — Helen Allie Boucher (Built for the United Kingdom as HMS Norham Castle with pennant K447, transferred to Canada in 1943 and renamed, decommissioned in 1946, sold for commercial use as MV Taiwei later that year, was scrapped in 1959)
    PC-635 HMCS Hespeler — Nella Salome Christina Dickinson (Built for the United Kingdom as HMS Guildford Castle with pennant K378, transferred to Canada in 1943 and renamed, decommissioned in 1946, sold for commercial use as MV Chilcotin later that year, was destroyed by fire in 1966 at Sarroch, Italy; was scrapped later that year)
    PC-636 HMCS Huntsville — Chelsea Brett Hermann (Built for the United Kingdom as HMS Woolvesey Castle with pennant K499, transferred to Canada in 1943 and renamed, decommissioned in 1946, sold for commercial use as MV Wellington Kent the following year, was scrapped in 1966)
    PC-637 HMCS Arnprior — Allana Heidi Easton (Built for the United Kingdom as HMS Rising Castle with pennant K398, transferred to Canada in 1943 and renamed, decommissioned in 1946, sold for commercial use as MV Saada a year later, was scrapped in 1953)
    PC-638 HMCS Petrolia — Portia Willow Spragge (Built for the United Kingdom as HMS Sherborne Castle with pennant K453, transferred to Canada in 1943 and renamed, decommissioned in 1946, sold for commercial use as MV Maid of Athens a year later, was scrapped in 1965)
    PC-639 HMCS Saint Thomas — Leslie Paisley Denny (Built for the United Kingdom as HMS Sandgate Castle with pennant K488, transferred to Canada in 1943 and renamed, decommissioned in 1946, sold for commercial use as MV Camosun III a year later, was scrapped in 1974)

    PC-640 HMCS Copper Cliff — Freida Wynter Lányīng Bogardus 弗雷達·溫特·藍鷹·博加杜斯 (Built for the United Kingdom as HMS Naver Castle with pennant K521, transferred to Canada in 1943 and renamed, decommissioned in 1946, sold for commercial use as MV Talung a year later; commissioned by mainland China in 1949, renamed ZRZ Wànlǐ ZRZ 萬里 with pennant 202, was reported wrecked around that time east of Wēihǎi, China)
    PC-641 HMCS Orangeville — Farley Ronda Lìhuá Pike 法利·隆達·麗華·派克 (Built for the United Kingdom as HMS Hedingham Castle with pennant K491, transferred to Canada in 1943 and renamed, decommissioned in 1946, sold for commercial use as MV Ta Tung later that year, commissioned by Taiwan in 1951, renamed ZMZ Déān ZMZ 德安 with hull number XL-03; decommissioned for the second time in 1967, was scrapped that year)
    PC-642 HMCS Bowmanville — Moreen Susan Mǐnyàn Duffus 莫倫·蘇珊·敏艳·達芙斯 (Built for the United Kingdom as HMS Nunney Castle with pennant K446, transferred to Canada in 1943 and renamed, decommissioned in 1946, sold for commercial use as MV Tashun a year later; commissioned by mainland China in 1949, renamed ZRZ Guǎngzhōu ZRZ 廣州 with pennant 201, decommissioned the second time in 1976, was scrapped in 1986)


    PC-643 HMCS Kincardine — Robertina Pastora Brown (Built for the United Kingdom as HMS Tamworth Castle with pennant K490, transferred to Canada in 1943 and renamed, decommissioned in 1946 on transfer to Uruguay, renamed ROU Montevideo with hull number PF-01; decommissioned the second time in 1975, was scrapped that year)
    PC-644 HMCS Leaside — Gwendolyn Julia Kelly Holder (Built for the United Kingdom as HMS Walmer Castle with pennant K405, transferred to Canada in 1943 and renamed, decommissioned in 1946, sold for commercial use as MV Coquitlam later that year, was sunk at anchor in 1978 in Seldovia Bay, Alaska; was later salvaged and then scuttled west of Cape Saint Elias, Alaska)
    PC-645 HMCS Kent — Jodene Nancy Henson (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Aydon Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Canada and renamed)
    PC-646 HMCS Newcastle — Jessalyn Carrie Short (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Barnwell Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Canada and renamed)
    PC-647 NCSM Repentigny — Inès Benjamine le Gardeur (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Beeston Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Canada and renamed)
    PC-648 HMCS Montague — Irénée Pascale Roma (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Bodiam Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Canada and renamed)
    PC-649 HMCS Markham — Josephine Reesor (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Bolton Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Canada and renamed)
    PC-650 HMCS Ajax — Charlene Bowman (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Bowes Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Canada and renamed)
    PC-651 HMCS Aldershot — Winifred Nerissa Bridlington (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Bramber Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Canada and renamed)
    PC-652 HMCS Mount Pearl — Jaime Anne Pearl (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Bridgnorth Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Canada and renamed)


    PC-653 HMCS Mississauga — Helen Sarah LaForme (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Brough Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Canada and renamed)
    PC-654 NCSM Beauséjour — Jolie Bernoîte Keilback (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Canterbury Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Canada and renamed)
    PC-655 HMCS Argyle — Rayne MacKinnon (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Carew Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Canada and renamed)
    PC-656 HMCS Ts'il-os — Loretta Marilyn Baptiste (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Chepstow Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Canada and renamed)
    PC-657 NCSM Eaton — Jehane Batilde Nolin (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Chester Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Canada and renamed)
    PC-658 HMCS Qamani'tuaq HMCS ᖃᒪᓂᑦᑐᐊᖅ — Darien Bailey Simailak ᑕᕆᐃᓐ ᐯᓖ ᓯᒣᖤᒃ (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Christchurch Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Canada and renamed)
    PC-659 NCSM Saint-Émilel'Honorable Dame Hélène Addington, Baronne de Sidmouth (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Clare Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Canada and renamed)
    PC-660 NCSM Waterville — Wren Wanda Kinsman (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Clavering Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Canada and renamed)
    PC-661 HMCS Manan — Josefa Antónia Fagundes (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Clitheroe Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Canada and renamed)
    PC-662 HMCS Grand Falls — Jessica Cartwright (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Clun Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Canada and renamed)


    PC-663 NCSM Stanstead — Martha Stewart Haskell (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Colchester Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Canada and renamed)
    PC-664 HMCS Kangiqliniq HMCS ᑲᖏᕿᓂᖅ — Jennifer Robyn Kusugak ᔦᓂᐸᕐ ᖬᐱᓐ ᑰᓲᒐᒃ (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Corfe Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Canada and renamed)
    PC-665 HMCS KindersleyThe Honourable Lady Ruth Modesty Kindersley, Baronetess of Hoathly (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Cornet Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Canada and renamed)
    PC-666 HMCS Arivat HMCS ᐊᕐᕕᐊᑦ — Jean Arlene Pangnark ᔩᓐ ᐊᕐᖡᓐ ᐹᖕᓈᕐᒃ (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Cowes Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Canada and renamed)
    PC-667 NCSM Richibucto — Josée Pierrette Tenass (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Cowling Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Canada and renamed)
    PC-668 HMCS Leduc — Rosalyn Taylor Telford (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Criccieth Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Canada and renamed)
    PC-669 HMCS Grimsby — Katherine Henrietta Nelles (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Cromer Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Canada and renamed)
    PC-670 HMCS Steinbach — Sofíko Petrívna Borosénko von Shtajnbákh Софіко Петрівна Боросенко фон Штайнбах (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Devizes Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Canada and renamed)
    PC-671 HMCS Airdrie — Ailsa Callidora Edana Martin de Porres (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Dunster Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Canada and renamed)
    PC-672 HMCS Caledon — Edna Ellis Belfountain (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Egremont Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Canada and renamed)


    PC-673 HMCS Hartland — Wisdom Winona Orser (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Fotheringhay Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Canada and renamed)
    PC-674 HMCS Vaughan — Sarah Bernadette Vaughan (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Helmsley Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Canada and renamed)
    PC-675 HMCS Tilbury — Tracey Esther Kelley Henderson (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Malling Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Canada and renamed)
    PC-676 HMCS Thompson — Jasmine Flora Thompson (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Malmesbury Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Canada and renamed)
    PC-677 HMCS Pickering — Wenona Samantha Stephenson (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Raby Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Canada and renamed)
    PC-678 HMCS Rustico — Nadine Rhianna Rassicot (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Trematon Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Canada and renamed)
    PC-679 HMCS Xátł'odehchee — Jane Mary Groenewegen (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Tutbury Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Canada and renamed)
    PC-680 HMCS Florbris — Wendy Martha Shannon (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Wigmore Castle, cancelled before construction in 1943; adopted by Canada and renamed)


    Ship prefix

    Canadian government ship prefixes
    CFAV — Canadian Forces Auxiliary Vessel (post-1968 Royal Canadian Navy/Canadian Forces English auxiliary ship prefix)
    CNAV — Canadian Naval Auxiliary Vessel (pre-1968 Royal Canadian Navy auxiliary ship prefix)
    HMCS — His/Her Majesty's Canadian Ship (Royal Canadian Navy English prefix)
    NCSM — Navire Canadien de Sa Majesté (Marine Royale Canadienne French prefix)

    Other prefixes
    AC — Armada de Chile ("Navy of Chile")
    AChY — Oniyat Heyl HaYam ("Sea Corps Ship")
    ARA — Armada de la República Argentina ("Navy of the Argentine Republic")
    ARD — Armada de la República Dominicana ("Navy of the Dominican Republic")
    ARV — Armada de la República Venezuela ("Navy of the Venezuelan Republic")
    HMS — His/Her Majesty's Ship
    MM — Marina Militare ("Military Navy")
    MV — Motor Vessel
    ROU — República Oriental del Uruguay ("Oriental Republic of Uruguay")
    USS — United States Ship

    ZMZ — Zhōnghuá Mínguó Zhànjiàn 中華民國戰艦 ("Warship of the Republic of China")
    ZRZ — Zhōnghuá Rénmín Gònghéguó Zhànjiàn 中华人民共和国戰艦 ("Warship of the People's Republic of China")


    Hull classification codes and pennant superior letters

    A — Nave Ausiliaria (Marina Militare pennant superior)
    AGOR — General Auxiliary Ship, Oceanographic Research/Navire Auxiliaire Général (Recherche Océanographique)
    C — Corbeta ("Corvette") (Armada Bolivariana de Venezuela pennant superior)
    F — Fragata ("Frigate") (Armada de la República Argentina and Armada de la República Dominicana pennant superior)
    FSE — Small Frigate, Escort/Petite Frégate d'Escorte (no longer used)
    K — Kovrbeth ("Corvette") (Ḥeil HaYam HaYisraeli pennant superior)
    PC — Patrol Corvette/Corvette de Patrouille
    PC — Corbeta de Patrulla ("Patrol Corvette") (Armada de Chile hull classification symbol)
    PF — Fragata de Patrulla ("Patrol Frigate") (Armada Nacional del Uruguay hull classification code)
    PG — Patrol Gunboat (United States Navy hull classification symbol)
    Q — Buque Oceanográfico ("Oceanographic Ship") (Armada de la República Argentina pennant superior)
    U — Unterseeboot ("Submarine") (Kriegsmarine pennant superior)

    XL — Xúnluójiàn 巡邏艦 ("Patrol Ship") (Zhōnghuá Mínguó Hǎijūn hull classification symbol)
    YDT — Yard Diving Tender/Navire d'Appel d'Offres de Plongée (Chantier)
    Note that during the Second World War, the British Commonwealth did not follow a type-specific pennant superior lettering system, though ocean escorts normally got the pennant superior K. Note that the People's Liberation Army-Navy does not use pennant superior letters but classifies ships with three-digit pennant number blocks.
     
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  16. Extras: Canada: Minesweepers
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    And now, Canada's minesweepers...

    KANTAI COLLECTION/AZUR LANE/WARSHIP GIRLS
    LIST OF CANADIAN MINESWEEPERS

    No./Ship Name — Human Name (Fate)

    FUNDY-CLASS MINESWEEPERS
    PCM-700 HMCS Fundy — Arline Robyn Pressey (Given pennant J88 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Fundy two years later, was scrapped in 1987)
    PCM-701 NCSM Gaspé — Henriette Désirée Píngfāng MacKay 亨利埃特·德西雷·平芳·麥凱 (Given pennant J94 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Sung Li the following year, was scrapped in 1993)
    PCM-702 HMCS Nootka — Heather Katharine Mǐnjìng Kingsley 希瑟·凱瑟琳·敏静·金斯利 (Given pennant J35 in World War Two, renamed HMCS Nanoose in 1943, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Sung Ling the following year, was scrapped in 1993)
    PCM-703 HMCS Comox — Helen Wilma Lìyáng Stacey Soulsby 海倫·威爾瑪·麗洋·斯泰西·索爾斯比 (Given pennant J64 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Sung Ming the following year, was scrapped in 1993)


    MAHONE-CLASS MINESWEEPERS
    (CANADIAN-BUILT BANGOR-CLASS MINESWEEPERS)
    PCM-704 HMCS Mahone — Kadri Dicle Heath (Given pennant J159 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, recommissioned in 1949 with hull number FSE-192; decommissioned the second time in 1958 on transfer to Turkey, renamed TCG Beylerbeyi with pennant F24; decommissioned for the final time in 1972, was scrapped in 1979)
    PCM-705 HMCS Cowichan — Rhoda Rayne Jackson (Given pennant J146 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Cowichan the following year, was scrapped in 1950)
    PCM-706 HMCS Malpeque — Willow Rebecca Stacey (Given pennant J148 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, recommissioned in 1951 with hull number FSE-186; decommissioned the second time in 1959, was scrapped that year)
    PCM-707 NCSM Ungava HMCS ᐅᓐᒐᕙ — Chauntel Tanaraq Winterbottom ᓴᓐᑕᖦ ᑕᓇᕋᖅ ᖁᐃᓐᑕᐸᑎᒻ (Given pennant J149 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped two years later)
    PCM-708 HMCS Clayoquot — Rhonda Brie Campbell (Given pennant J174 in World War Two, was sunk by torpedo strike in 1944 while readying to escort convoy by KMS U-806 south of southeast from Halifax, Nova Scotia)

    PCM-709 HMCS Quatsino — Sophia Tricia Yànyǒng Douglas 索菲亞·特里西婭·艳勇·道格拉斯 (Given pennant J152 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Chen Hsin two years later, was scrapped in 1951)
    PCM-710 HMCS Burlington — Martha Jean Frickner (Given pennant J250 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    PCM-711 HMCS Nipigon — Aymelek Tansu Morrell (Given pennant J154 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, recommissioned in 1949 with hull number FSE-188; decommissioned the second time in 1957 on transfer to Turkey, renamed TCG Bafra with pennant F20; decommissioned for the final time in 1972, was scrapped that year)
    PCM-712 HMCS Wasaga — Wanda Redford (Given pennant J162 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped two years later)
    PCM-713 NCSM Drummondville — Jehane Félicie Fraser (Given pennant J253 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, recommissioned in 1952 with hull number FSE-181; decommissioned the second time in 1958, sold for commercial use as MV Fort Albany two years later, was sunk by collision in 1963 with MV Procyon near Sorel, Québec; wreck salvaged and was scrapped the following year)


    PCM-714 HMCS Swift Current — Esana Hande Bell (Given pennant J154 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, recommissioned in 1949 with hull number FSE-185; decommissioned the second time in 1958 on transfer to Turkey, renamed TCG Bozcaada with pennant F28; decommissioned for the final time in 1971, was scrapped that year)
    PCM-715 HMCS Georgian — Alice Georgia Stanley (Given pennant J144 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)

    PCM-716 NCSM Outarde — Hélène Jiéxiá McKee Kennedy 海倫·杰霞·麥凱·肯尼迪 (Given pennant J161 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Psing Hsin two years later, was scrapped in 1951)
    PCM-717 HMCS Minas — Johanna Clarisse Barbour (Given pennant J165 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, recommissioned in 1949 with hull number FSE-189; decommissioned the second time in 1958, was scrapped that year)
    PCM-718 HMCS Miramichi — Wenona Giselle Johnstone (Given pennant J169 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped in 1950)
    PCM-719 HMCS Chignecto — Lane Francine McQuarrie (Given pennant J160 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped in 1949)
    PCM-720 HMCS Thunder — Jeanetta Rexanne Biggs (Given pennant J156 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped two years later)
    PCM-721 HMCS Brockville — Carlisa Petersen-Macleod (Given pennant J270 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945 on transfer to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, renamed RCMPV Macleod; recommissioned into the Royal Canadian Navy in 1950 under original name with hull number FSE-178, decommissioned for the second time in 1958, was scrapped in 1961)
    PCM-722 NCSM Trois-Rivières — Gaëlle Marion Kaizer-MacBrien (Given pennant J269 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945 on transfer to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, renamed NGRC MacBrien, dismissed from service in 1959, was scrapped the following year)
    PCM-723 HMCS Quinte — Charlene Alexandra Nicol (Given pennant J166 in World War Two, was sunk by grounding in 1942 near Saint Peter's, Nova Scotia; was salvaged and assigned to training duties by 1944, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped the following year)


    PCM-724 NCSM Granby — Josée Rébecca Biggs (Given pennant J264 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, recommissioned in 1953 as deep diving tender with hull number YDT-180; decommissioned the second time in 1966, was scrapped that year)
    PCM-725 HMCS Melville — Rhetta Tanner Ingram (Given pennant J263 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945 on transfer to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, renamed RCMPV Cygnet; dismissed from service in 1961, was scrapped that year)
    PCM-726 NCSM Transcona — Honorée Bérénice Tindale-French (Given pennant J271 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945 on transfer to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, renamed NGRC French; dismissed from service in 1961, was scrapped that year)
    PCM-727 HMCS Esquimalt — Francine Joanne Louise Davies (Given pennant J272 in World War Two, was sunk by torpedo strike in 1945 while on patrol by KMS U-190 south of east from Duncans Cove, Nova Scotia)
    PCM-728 NCSM Lachine — Béatrice Pénélope Young (Given pennant J266 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Lachine, was scrapped in 1955)
    PCM-729 NCSM Noranda — Yolande Roberte Nunn-Irvine (Given pennant J265 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945 on transfer to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, renamed NGRC Irvine; dismissed from service in 1962, sold for commercial use as MV Miranda that year, was sunk in 1971 in Montego Bay, Jamaica)

    PCM-730 HMCS Kelowna — Wendy Elizabeth Mínglì Davenport 溫迪·伊麗莎白·明麗·達文波特 (Given pennant J261 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Hung Hsin the following year, was scrapped in 1951)
    PCM-731 HMCS Bayfield — Dolores Wren Main (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Bayfield with pennant J08, transferred to Canada on completion in 1942 without change of name or pennant, decommissioned in 1945 and returned to the United Kingdom, was scrapped in 1948; adopted by Canada under local name) *
    PCM-732 HMCS Canso — Hunter Sienna MacFarlane (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Canso with pennant J21, transferred to Canada on completion in 1942 without change of name or pennant, decommissioned in 1945 and returned to the United Kingdom, was scrapped in 1948; adopted by Canada under local name) *
    PCM-733 HMCS Medicine Hat — Jale Bevan (Given pennant J256 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, recommissioned in 1951 with hull number FSE-197; decommissioned the second time in 1957 on transfer to Turkey, renamed TCG Biga with pennant F25; decommissioned for the final time in 1963, was scrapped that year)


    PCM-734 HMCS Red Deer — Aaren Moorhouse (Given pennant J255 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, recommissioned in 1952 with hull number FSE-196; decommissioned the second time in 1959, was scrapped that year)
    PCM-735 HMCS Gananoque — Easter Margaret More (Given pennant J259 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, recommissioned in 1951 with hull number FSE-181; decommissioned the second time in 1958, was scrapped that year)
    PCM-736 HMCS Goderich — Rosalind Raylene Kenney (Given pennant J260 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, recommissioned in 1951 with hull number FSE-198; decommissioned the second time in 1959, was scrapped that year)
    PCM-737 HMCS Chedabucto — Jessica Hayleigh Barbara Davies (Given pennant J168 in World War Two, was sunk by collision in 1943 with SS Lord Kevin north-northwest of Trois-Pistoles, Québec)
    PCM-738 HMCS Courtenay — Alice Ruth Ascah (Given pennant J262 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    PCM-739 NCSM Caraquet — Amélia Assunção Rafaela Dykes (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Caraquet with pennant J38, transferred to Canada on completion in 1942 without change of name or pennant, decommissioned in 1945 and returned to the United Kingdom, transferred to Portugal the following year, renamed NRP Almirante Lacerda with pennant A525; decommissioned the second time in 1975, was scrapped that year; adopted by Canada under local name) *
    PCM-740 HMCS Digby — Salome Wilma Howell (Given pennant J267 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, recommissioned in 1953 as deep diving tender with hull number YDT-179; decommissioned the second time in 1956, was scrapped that year)
    PCM-741 HMCS Truro — Ghislane Ashton Myra-Herchmer (Given pennant J268 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945 on transfer to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, renamed RCMPV Herchmer; dismissed from service the following year, sold for commercial use as MV Gulf Mariner that year, was scrapped in 1964)
    PCM-742 NCSM Bellechasse — Hortense Hélöise Rankin (Given pennant J170 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    PCM-743 HMCS Guysborough — Bryce Trudy Renée Russell (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Guysborough with pennant J52, transferred to Canada on completion in 1942 without change of name or pennant, was sunk by torpedo strike in 1945 by KMS U-868 west of Saint-Jean-des-Monts, France; adopted by Canada under local name) *


    PCM-744 NCSM Grandmère — Josèphe Cuthbert (Given pennant J258 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, sold for commercial use as MV Elda two years later, was scrapped in 1968)
    PCM-745 HMCS Vegreville — Faith Allison Price (Given pennant J257 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped two years later)
    PCM-746 HMCS Ingonish — Tracey Patricia Ryan (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Ingonish with pennant J69, transferred to Canada on completion in 1942 without change of name or pennant, decommissioned in 1945 and returned to the United Kingdom, was scrapped in 1948; adopted by Canada under local name) *
    PCM-747 HMCS Lockeport — Dorothy Anne Trail (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Lockeport with pennant J100, transferred to Canada on completion in 1942 without change of name or pennant, decommissioned in 1945 and returned to the United Kingdom, was scrapped in 1948; adopted by Canada under local name) *
    PCM-748 HMCS Fort William — Halime Campbell (Given pennant J311 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, recommissioned in 1951 with hull number FSE-195; decommissioned the second time in 1957 on transfer to Turkey, renamed TCG Bodrum with pennant F26; decommissioned for the final time in 1971, was scrapped that year)
    PCM-749 HMCS Kenora — Filiz Roshan Naftel (Given pennant J281 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, recommissioned in 1949 with hull number FSE-191; decommissioned the second time in 1957 on transfer to Turkey, renamed TCG Bandırma with pennant F21; decommissioned for the final time in 1972, was scrapped in 1980)
    PCM-750 HMCS Milltown — Jaime Harmony Marshall (Given pennant J317 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, recommissioned in 1952 with hull number FSE-194; decommissioned the second time in 1959, was scrapped that year)
    PCM-751 HMCS Port Hope — Willow Turner (Given pennant J280 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, recommissioned in 1952 with hull number FSE-183; decommissioned the second time in 1959, was scrapped that year)
    PCM-752 HMCS Sarnia — Canan Aygül Mott (Given pennant J309 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, recommissioned in 1949 with hull number FSE-190; decommissioned the second time in 1957 on transfer to Turkey, renamed TCG Büyükdere with pennant F29; decommissioned for the final time in 1972, was scrapped that year)
    PCM-753 NCSM Westmount — Feray Gamze Hutchings (Given pennant J318 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, recommissioned in 1949 with hull number FSE-187; decommissioned the second time in 1957 on transfer to Turkey, renamed TCG Bornova with pennant F27; decommissioned for the final time in 1972, was scrapped that year)
    PCM-754 HMCS Stratford — Reilly Margery Meredith (Given pennant J310 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    PCM-755 HMCS Kentville — Jorawar Gaye Hughes (Given pennant J312 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, recommissioned in 1949 with hull number FSE-182; decommissioned the second time in 1957 on transfer to Turkey, renamed TCG Bartın with pennant F22; decommissioned for the final time in 1972, was scrapped in 1980)
    PCM-756 HMCS Mulgrave — Darcy Talisha English (Given pennant J313 in World War Two, damaged beyond economical repair by mine strike in 1944 near Le Havre, France; decommissioned the following year, was scrapped in 1947)
    PCM-757 HMCS Blairmore — Jubaila Ceylan Marston (Given pennant J314 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, recommissioned in 1949 with hull number FSE-193; decommissioned the second time in 1958 on transfer to Turkey, renamed TCG Beykoz with pennant F23; decommissioned for the final time in 1971, was scrapped that year)


    SAULT SAINTE MARIE-CLASS MINESWEEPERS
    (CANADIAN-BUILT ALGERINE-CLASS MINESWEEPERS)
    PCM-758 HMCS Sault Sainte Marie — Reilly Jackson (Given pennant J334 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, recommissioned in 1949 with hull number FSE-176; decommissioned the final time in 1958, was scrapped two years later)
    PCM-759 NCSM Winnipeg — Wilfreda Doortje Félicie Johnston de Dufour (Given pennant J337 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, recommissioned in 1956 with hull number FSE-177; decommissioned the second time on transfer to Belgium in 1959, renamed MB Dufour [second of name] with pennant M42; decommissioned the final time in 1966, was scrapped that year)
    PCM-760 NCSM Saint-Boniface — Isabelle de la Fosse Frewer (Given pennant J332 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, sold for commercial use as MV Bess Barry M. the following year, final fate unknown)
    PCM-761 HMCS Portage — Belinda Payton Young (Given pennant J331 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, recommissioned in 1949 with hull number FSE-169; decommissioned the final time in 1958, was scrapped in 1961)
    PCM-762 HMCS Wallaceburg — Roselle Adelonda Sofietje MacNeil de Lecointe (Given pennant J336 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, recommissioned in 1950 with hull number FSE-172; decommissioned the second time on transfer to Belgium in 1959, renamed MB Georges Lecointe [second of name] with pennant M41; decommissioned the final time in 1969, was scrapped that year)
    PCM-763 HMCS New Liskeard — Wynter Mavis Grand (Given pennant J397 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, recommissioned later that year with hull number FSE-168; reclassified as auxiliary oceanographic research ship in 1958 as CNAV New Liskeard with hull number AGOR-168, decommissioned for the final time in 1969, was scrapped that year)
    PCM-764 HMCS Border Cities — Breanne Page Young (Given pennant J344 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped two years later)
    PCM-765 HMCS Middlesex — Wendy Judith Piercey (Given pennant J328 in World War Two, damaged beyond economical repair by grounding in 1946 off Half Island Point, Nova Scotia; was subsequently scrapped)
    PCM-766 HMCS Oshawa — Janette Carol Pratt (Given pennant J330 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, recommissioned in as auxiliary oceanographic research ship in 1956 as CNAV Oshawa with hull number AGOR-174; decommissioned for the final time in 1966, was scrapped that year)
    PCM-767 HMCS Fort Frances — Danielle Eleanor Ryerson (Given pennant J396 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, recommissioned in as auxiliary oceanographic research ship in 1948 as CNAV Fort Frances with hull number AGOR-170; reclassified CFAV Fort Frances in 1968 on the unification of the Canadian Forces, decommissioned for the final time in 1974, was scrapped that year)


    PCM-768 HMCS Kapuskasing — Allison Hope Rankin (Given pennant J396 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, recommissioned in as auxiliary oceanographic research ship in 1948 as CNAV Kapuskasing with hull number AGOR-171; reclassified CFAV Kapuskasing in 1968 on the unification of the Canadian Forces, decommissioned for the final time in 1972, was sunk as target in 1978)
    PCM-769 NCSM Rockcliffe — Jacqui Sévérine Heward (Given pennant J355 in World War Two, decommissioned in 1945, recommissioned two years later with hull number FSE-173; decommissioned the second time in 1950, was scrapped in 1960)
    PCM-770 NCSM Kuujjuaq NCSM ᑰᑦᔪᐊᖅ — Juliette Nukilik Adams ᔫᓖᐊᑦ ᓅᑭᓕᒃ ᐊᑕᒻᔅ (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Nicator, cancelled before construction in 1944; adopted by Canada and renamed) *
    PCM-771 HMCS Nunainguk HMCS ᓄᓀᖑᒃ — Persephone Nuliajuk Kingminguse ᐸᓯᐸᓐ ᓄᓕᐊᔪᒃ ᑭᖕᒥᖒᔅ (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Niger [second of name], cancelled before construction in 1944; adopted by Canada and renamed) *
    PCM-772 HMCS Vali HMCS ᕙᓖ — Tamara Nanurjuk Darlene Russell ᑕᒪᕋ ᓇᓅᕐᔫᒃ ᑕᕐᓖᓐ ᕈᔅᓯᓪ (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Nonpareil [second of name], cancelled before construction in 1944; adopted by Canada and renamed) *
    PCM-773 HMCS Iqaluktuuttiaq HMCS ᐃᖃᓗᒃᑑᑦᑎᐊᖅ — Tanya Tagaq Gillis ᑕᓐᐃᐊ ᑕᒐᖅ ᒋᓪᓕᔅ (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Nox, cancelled before construction in 1944; adopted by Canada and renamed) *
    PCM-774 HMCS Mittimatalik HMCS ᒥᑦᑎᒪᑕᓕᒃ — Joandra Mariva Nutaraq ᔭᐊᓐᑦᕋ ᒪᕆᕙ ᓇᑕᕋᖅ (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Odin [second of name], cancelled before construction in 1944; adopted by Canada and renamed) *
    PCM-775 HMCS Tuktuyaaqtuuq — Bernadette Mimirlina Fraser (Ordered by the United Kingdom as HMS Styx, cancelled before construction in 1944; adopted by Canada and renamed) *


    Ship prefixes

    Canadian government prefixes
    CFAV — Canadian Forces Auxiliary Vessel (post-1968 Royal Canadian Navy/Canadian Forces English auxiliary ship prefix)
    CNAV — Canadian Naval Auxiliary Vessel (pre-1968 Royal Canadian Navy auxiliary ship prefix)
    HMCS — His/Her Majesty's Canadian Ship (Royal Canadian Navy English prefix)
    NCSM — Navire Canadien de Sa Majesté (Marine Royale Canadienne French prefix)
    NGRC — Navire de la Gendarmerie Royale du Canada (Gendarmerie Royale du Canada French prefix)
    RCMPV — Royal Canadian Mounted Police Vessel (Royal Canadian Mounted Police English prefix)


    Other prefixes
    HMS — His/Her Majesty's Ship
    KMS — Kriegsmarineschiff ("War Navy Ship") (German Navy ship prefix from 1935-1945)
    MB — Marineschip van België/Navire Marine de Belgique/Marineschiff von Belgien ("Navy Ship of Belgium")
    MV — Motor Vessel
    NRP — Navio da República Portuguesa ("Ship of the Portuguese Republic")
    TCG — Türkiye Cumhuriyeti Gemisi ("Ship of the Turkish Republic")


    Hull classification codes and pennant superior letters

    A — Navio Auxiliar (Marinha Portuguesa pennant superior)
    AGOR — Auxiliary Vessel, Oceanographic Research/Navire Auxiliaire (Recherche Océanographique)
    F — Fırkateyn ("Frigate") (Türk Donanması pennant superior)
    FSE — Small Frigate, Escort/Petite Frégate d'Escorte (no longer used)
    M — Mijnenoorlog Schepen/Navires de Guerre des Mines/Minenkriegsschiffe ("Mine Warfare Ship") (Belgian Navy pennant superior)
    PCM — Patrol Corvette, Minesweeping/Corvette de Patrouille (Déminage)
    U — Unterseeboot ("Undersea Boat") (Kriegsmarine pennant superior)
    YDT — Yard Diving Tender/Navire d'Offres de Plongée (Chantier)
    Note that in World War Two, the British Commonwealth did not follow a type-specific pennant superior lettering system, though minesweepers normally got pennant superior J.
     
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    OblivionFan007 Not too sore, are you?

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    There's already two... but I have things to do.
     
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    Which wowed you the most? The Inuit shipgirls?
     
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    OblivionFan007 Not too sore, are you?

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    Of those specifically, this one.
    If I had to choose two though, this one would be my second. Mostly for the image that Cyan Wynter planted in my head.
     
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    Pyeknu Cross-Dimensional Magical Sith GIrl

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  21. Threadmarks: Japan: Battleships/Battlecruisers (Updated)
    Pyeknu

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    Still alive but depressed because of the constant rolling lockdowns here in Ontario. Still, managed to get the Honey Select graphics program onto my computer so I could do character designs.

    Anyhow, here's the revised battleship and battlecruiser list for Japan:

    KANTAI COLLECTION/AZUR LANE/WARSHIP GIRLS
    LIST OF BATTLESHIPS/BATTLECRUISERS (JAPANESE NAVY)

    No./Ship Name — Human Name (Fate)

    FUJI-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    ZS-1 THG Fuji THG 富士 — Saitō Fujiko 斎藤 藤子 (Built in the United Kingdom for Japan, reclassified as coastal defence ship KS-1 in 1910, assigned to training duties until 1922, disarmed per the Washington Naval Treaty, used as barracks ship at Yokosuka, Kanagawa; damaged beyond economical repair by air strikes in 1945 by United States Navy and Royal Navy aircraft, later capsized, salvaged and was scrapped in 1948)
    ZS-2 THG Yashima THG 八島 — Saitō Yaeko 斎藤 弥生子 (Built in the United Kingdom for Japan, damaged beyond economical repair by mine strike in 1940 near Lǚshùnkǒu, China; sank while under tow southeast of Lǚshùnkǒu)


    SHIKISHIMA-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    ZS-3 THG Shikishima THG 敷島 — Izō Shikuko 以蔵 布子 (Built in the United Kingdom for Japan, reclassified as coastal defence ship KS-3 in 1921, disarmed per the Washington Naval treaty, used as training ship RKS-3 until 1923, used as training hulk at Sasebo, Nagasaki; was scrapped in 1948)
    ZS-4 THG Hatsuse THG 初瀬 — Izō Hatsue 以蔵 初枝 (Built in the United Kingdom for Japan, damaged beyond economical repair by mine strike in 1940 near Lǚshùnkǒu, China; sank while under tow southeast of Lǚshùnkǒu)


    ASAHI-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    ZS-5 THG Asahi THG 朝日 — Tsunematsu Kahori 恒松 佳保里 (Resembles Azur Lane version of Oikawa Kei, built in the United Kingdom for Japan, reclassified as coastal defence ship KS-5 in 1920, disarmed per the Washington Naval Treaty, reclassified as special training ship RTK-5 in 1927, held in reserve from 1928; recommissioned as repair ship KSK-02 in 1937 and converted, was sunk by torpedo strike in 1942 by USS Salmon east of southeast from Dao Phu Qui, Vietnam)

    MIKASA-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    ZS-6 THG Mikasa THG 三笠 — Tōgō Mihoko 東郷 美保子 (Resembles Azur Lane self, built in the United Kingdom for Japan, was sunk by fire-fuelled magazine explosion in 1905 at Sasebo, Nagasaki; salvaged and was repaired by 1908, decommissioned in 1923 per the Washington Naval Treaty, preserved as landlocked monument at Yokosuka, Kanagawa; weapons removed post-World War Two from hull, restored as landlocked museum ship in 1961)

    IMPERÁTOR ALEKSÁNDR II-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    ZS-7 THG Iki THG 壱岐 — Natsumi Nichola von Fölkersahm-Romanov 夏美・ニコラ・ドミトリーエヴナ・フォン・フョルケルザーム・ロマノヴァ/Natsúmi Dmítrijevna Fjól'kerzhama-Rómanova Нацуми Дмитриевна Фёлькерзам-Романова (Built for Russia as ÈB Imperátor Nikoláj I ЭБ Император Николай I with pennant 006, captured by Japan in 1950 after the Battle of Tsu-shima Strait and renamed, decommissioned in 1915, was scrapped in 1922)

    PETROPÁVLOVSK-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    ZS-8 THG Tango THG 丹後 — Taeko Salvadora Bauer 妙子・サルバドーラ・バウアー/Taèkó Sal'vadórovna Báuèra Таэко Сальвадоровна Бауэра (Built by Russia as ÈB Poltáva ЭБ Полтава with pennant 012, was sunk by land siege artillery in 1904 during the Siege of Port Arthur at Lǚshùnkǒu, China; salvaged by Japan the following year and renamed, reclassified as coastal defence ship KS-8 in 1912, transferred to Russia in 1916, renamed ÈB Chesmá ЭБ Чесма to prevent confusion with LK Poltáva [pennant 033]; crew sided with the Bolsheviks the following year, decommissioned in 1921, was scrapped in 1924)

    PERESVÉT-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    ZS-9 THG Sagami THG 相模 — Shizuka Freja Filisov 静・フレヤ・フィリソヴ/Sídzuka Fjódorovna Fílisova Сидзука Фёдоровна Филисова (Built by Russia as ÈB Peresvét ЭБ Пересвет with pennant 015, was scuttled in 1904 during the Siege of Port Arthur to prevent capture at Lǚshùnkǒu, China; salvaged by Japan the following year and renamed, reclassified as coastal defence ship KS-9 in 1912, transferred to Russia in 1916, restored to original name, was sunk by mine strike the following year north of Borsa'īd, Egypt)
    ZS-10 THG Suō THG 周防 — Harumi Christina Offenberg 晴実・クリスティーナ・オッフェンブルク/Kharúmi Vladímirovna Óffenberga Харуми Владимировна Оффенбурга (Built by Russia as ÈB Pobéda ЭБ Победа with pennant 017, was sunk by land siege artillery in 1904 during the Siege of Port Arthur at Lǚshùnkǒu, China; salvaged by Japan the following year and renamed, reclassified as coastal defence ship KS-10 in 1912, decommissioned in 1922 per the Washington Naval Treaty, was scrapped two years later)


    RETVIZÁN-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    ZS-11 THG Hizen THG 肥前 — Namiko Edytha Szczęsnowicz 奈実子・イダイザ・シャタオスノヴィツ/Námiko Èduárdovna Schenshóvich Намико Эдуардовна Щенснович (Built by Russia as ÈB Retvizán ЭБ Ретвизан with pennant 019, was sunk by land siege artillery in 1904 during the Siege of Port Arthur at Lǚshùnkǒu, China; salvaged by Japan the following year and renamed, reclassified as coastal defence ship KS-11 in 1921, decommissioned the following year per the Washington Naval Treaty, was sunk as target in 1924 in the Bungo-suidō between Kyūshū and Shikoku)

    BORODINÓ-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    ZS-12 THG Iwami THG 石見 — Izumi Olga Jung 泉美・オリガ・ユング/Ídzumi Nikolájevna Jung Идзуми Николаевна Юнг (Built by Russia as ÈB Orjól ЭБ Орёл with pennant 023, critically damaged by surface gunfire in 1905 at the Battle of Tsu-shima Strait, was captured by Japan, repaired and renamed in 1907, reclassified as coastal defence ship KS-12 in 1921, decommissioned the following year per the Washington Naval Treaty, was sunk as target in 1924 off Jōgashima, Kanagawa)

    KATORI-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    ZS-13 THG Katori THG 香取 — Arisugawa Katoko 有栖川 賀登子 (Built in the United Kingdom for Japan, decommissioned in 1923 per the Washington Naval Treaty, was scrapped two years later; renamed THG Hikosan THG 英彦山 to prevent confusion with cruiser THG Katori with hull number RJ-83) *
    ZS-14 THG Kashima THG 鹿島 — Arisugawa Katsumi 有栖川 勝美 (Built in the United Kingdom for Japan, decommissioned in 1923 per the Washington Naval Treaty, was scrapped two years later; THG Minase THG 水無瀬 to prevent confusion with the cruiser THG Kashima with hull number RJ-84) *


    SATSUMA-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    ZS-15 THG Satsuma THG 薩摩 — Shimazu Sanae 島津 早苗 (Resembles Warship Girls version of Nishimura Fujiko, decommissioned in 1922 per the Washington Naval Treaty, was sunk as target two years later south of the Bōsō-hantō, Chiba)
    ZS-16 THG Aki THG 安芸 — Shimazu Akemi 島津 明実 (Resembles Warship Girls version of Nishimura Yaeko, decommissioned in 1922 per the Washington Naval Treaty, was sunk as target two years later in Tōkyō-wan, Tōkyō)


    KAWACHI-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    DS-17 THG Kawachi THG 河内 — Tanaka Kazue 田中 和恵 (Resembles Azur Lane version of Nishimura Fujiko, was sunk by magazine explosion in 1918 in Tokuyama-wan, Yamaguchi; partially salvaged afterwards, remainder left as artificial reef)
    DS-18 THG Settsu THG 摂津 — Tanaka Setsuko 田中 節子 (Resembles Azur Lane version of Nishimura Yaeko, decommissioned in 1924 per the Washington Naval Treaty, disarmed and converted to target ship, damaged beyond economical repair by air strike in 1945 by United States Navy and Royal Navy aircraft at Eta-jima, Hiroshima; run aground to prevent sinking, was salvaged and scrapped two years later)


    FUSŌ-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    DS-19 THG Fusō THG 扶桑 — Nishimura Fujiko 西村 藤子 (Resembles Kantai Collection self, was sunk by torpedo strike in 1944 during the Battle of Surigao Strait in the Battle of Leyte Gulf by USS Melvin west of Libjo, the Philippines)
    DS-20 THG Yamashiro THG 山城 — Nishimura Yaeko 西村 八重子 (Resembles Kantai Collection self, was sunk by combined gunfire and torpedo attacks in 1944 during the Battle of Surigao Strait in the Battle of Leyte Gulf by fighting elements of US Task Group 77.2 east of Hinundayan, the Philippines)


    ISE-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    DS-21 THG Ise THG 伊勢 — Kawasaki Ikuko 川﨑 育子 (Resembles Kantai Collection self, converted to aviation battleship KKS-21 in 1943, was sunk by air strike in 1945 during the attacks on the Inland Sea by United States Navy and Royal Navy aircraft southwest of Kure, Hiroshima; salvaged and was scrapped in 1947)
    DS-22 THG Hyūga THG 日向 — Kawasaki Hoshiko 川﨑 星子 (Resembles Kantai Collection self, converted to aviation battleship KKS-22 in 1943, was sunk by air strike in 1945 during the attacks on the Inland Sea by United States Navy and Royal Navy aircraft in Hiroshima-wan, Hiroshima; salvaged and was scrapped in 1947)


    NAGATO-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    DS-23 THG Nagato THG 長門 — Yamamoto Reiko 山本 礼子 (Resembles Kantai Collection self, damaged beyond economical repair by air strike in 1945 by United States Navy and Royal Navy aircraft near Yokosuka, Kanagawa; surrendered to the United States post-war, used as target ship in 1946 during Operation: Crossroads, damaged beyond economical repair by Test "Baker", sank shortly afterwards at Pikinni Atoll, the Marshall Islands)
    DS-24 THG Mutsu THG 陸奥 — Yamamoto Chiyoko 山本 千代子 (Resembles Kantai Collection self, was sunk by magazine explosion in 1943 east of Yanai, Yamaguchi; hull mostly salvaged and scrapped by 1978, one main turret preserved as memorial at the Naval Academy Etajima, Hiroshima)


    TOSA-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    DS-25 THG Tosa THG 土佐 — Oikawa Tomomi 及川 共美 (Resembles Azur Lane self, cancelled after launch in 1922 per the Washington Naval Treaty, used as target ship until 1925, was scuttled that year in Saiki-wan, Oita)
    DS-26 THG Kaga THG 加賀 — Oikawa Kei 及川 慶 (Resembles Kantai Collection self, cancelled after launch in 1922 per the Washington Naval Treaty, was converted to aircraft carrier KB-3 by 1928, damaged beyond economical repair by air strikes in 1942 during the Battle of Midway by aircraft from US Ships Yorktown, Enterprise and Hornet; was scuttled by torpedo strike by THG Hagikaze north-northwest of Midway Atoll)


    KII-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    DS-27 THG Kii THG 紀伊 — Hiraga Kiko 平賀 紀子 (Resembles Warship Girls version of Chihaya Sarah, cancelled before construction in 1924 per the Washington Naval Treaty)
    DS-28 THG Owari THG 尾張 — Hiraga Otome 平賀 乙女 (Resembles Warship Girls version of Chihaya Isabel, cancelled before construction in 1924 per the Washington Naval Treaty)
    DS-29 (no name) — Hiraga Haruka 平賀 遥花 (Resembles Warship Girls version of Chihaya Heather, cancelled before construction in 1923 per the Washington Naval Treaty, never named; given name THG Harima THG 播磨) *
    DS-30 (no name) — Hiraga Hisae 平賀 寿恵 (Resembles Warship Girls version of Yamamoto Reiko, cancelled before construction in 1923 per the Washington Naval Treaty, never named; given name THG Buzen THG 豊前) *


    IGA-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    (Number 13-class)
    DS-31 (no name) — Matsushita Isako 松下 伊三子 (Resembles Azur Lane version of Kawasaki Ikuko, cancelled before construction in 1923 per the Washington Naval Treaty, never named; given name THG Iga THG 伊賀) *
    DS-32 (no name) — Matsushita Saori 松下 左多里 (Resembles Azur Lane version of Kawasaki Hoshiko, cancelled before construction in 1923 per the Washington Naval Treaty, never named; given name THG Shima THG 志摩) *
    DS-33 (no name) — Matsushita Mizuki 松下 美月 (Resembles Azur Lane version of Yamamoto Reiko as an adult, cancelled before construction in 1923 per the Washington Naval Treaty, never named; given name THG Mikawa THG 三河) *
    DS-34 (no name) — Matsushita Toshie 松下 季衣 (Resembles Azur Lane version of Yamamoto Chiyoko as an adult, cancelled before construction in 1923 per the Washington Naval Treaty, never named; given name THG Tōtōmi THG 遠江) *


    YAMATO-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    DS-35 THG Yamato THG 大和 — Itō Yasuko 伊藤 媞子 (Resembles Kantai Collection self, was sunk by air strike in 1945 during Operation: Ten-gō by United States Navy aircraft west of Yakushima, Kagoshima)
    DS-36 THG Musashi THG 武蔵 — Itō Mutsuko 伊藤 睦子 (Resembles Kantai Collection self, was sunk by air strike in 1944 during the Battle of the Sibuyan Sea in the Battle of Leyte Gulf by United States Navy aircraft south of San Francisco, the Philippines)
    DS-37 THG Shinano THG 信濃 — Itō Shizuka 伊藤 静香 (Resembles Kantai Collection self, converted to aircraft carrier KB-41 from 1942, was sunk by torpedo strike before completion in 1944 by USS Archerfish southeast of Shingu, Wakayama)
    DS-38 (no name) — Itō Izumi 伊藤 泉美 (Resembles Azur Lane version of THG Izumo from World of Warships, cancelled before launch in 1942, was scrapped on slip, never named; given name THG Izumi THG 和泉 [second of name]) *
    DS-39 (no name) — Itō Yoiko 伊藤 餘意子 (Resembles Warship Girls version of Itō Shizuka with grey-flecked black hair, officially cancelled before construction in 1940; secretly built and converted to aircraft carrier KB-11, named THG Yonaga THG 代永, seconded to IJA Unit 731 in 1941, in commission) *


    ŌMI-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    (Design A-150)
    DS-40 (no name) — Ariga Otsune 有賀 御恒 (Resembles Warship Girls version of Kawasaki Ikuko, cancelled before construction in 1941, never named; given name THG Ōmi THG 近江) *
    DS-41 (no name) — Ariga Minako 有賀 美奈子 (Resembles Warship Girls version of Kawasaki Hoshiko, cancelled before construction in 1941, never named; given name THG Mino THG 美濃) *

    TSUKUBA-CLASS BATTLECRUISER/LIGHT BATTLESHIP
    JS-1 THG Tsukuba THG 筑波Takenouchi Tsuruko 竹野内 鶴子 (Resembles Warship Girls version of Kumamoto Kiko [THG Kitakami], was sunk by magazine explosion in 1917 at Yokosuka, Kanagawa; salvaged and was scrapped the following year)
    JS-2 THG Ikoma THG 生駒Takenouchi Ikue 竹野内 郁絵 (Resembles Warship Girls version of Kumamoto Otsune [THG Ōi], decommissioned in 1923 per the Washington Naval Treaty, was scrapped that year)


    IBUKI-CLASS BATTLECRUISER/LIGHT BATTLESHIP
    JS-3 THG Ibuki THG 伊吹Katō Inoue 加藤 祈上 (Resembles Warship Girls version of Shimosuwa Tamiyo [THG Tenryū], decommissioned in 1923 per the Washington Naval Treaty, was scrapped that year)
    JS-4 THG Kurama THG 鞍馬Katō Kyōko 加藤 杏子 (Resembles Warship Girls version of Shimosuwa Tadako [THG Tatsuta], decommissioned in 1923 per the Washington Naval Treaty, was scrapped that year)


    KONGŌ-CLASS BATTLECRUISER/FAST BATTLESHIP
    JS-5 THG Kongō THG 金剛 — Chihaya Anne 千早 アン (Resembles Kantai Collection self, built in the United Kingdom for Japan, rebuilt as fast battleship in 1931, was sunk by torpedo strike in 1944 by USS Sealion west of north from Jīlóng, Taiwan)
    JS-6 THG Hiei THG 比叡 — Chihaya Sarah 千早 サラ (Resembles Kantai Collection self, demilitarized in 1929 per the Washington Naval Treaty as training ship, rebuilt as fast battleship in 1940, damaged beyond economical repair by gunfire in 1942 during the first Naval Battle of Guadalcanal by elements of Task Force 67, was scuttled northwest of Savo Island, the Solomon Islands)
    JS-7 THG Kirishima THG 霧島 — Chihaya Isabel 千早 イサベル (Resembles Kantai Collection self, rebuilt as fast battleship in 1936, was sunk by gunfire in 1942 during the first Naval Battle of Guadalcanal by USS Washington west of Savo Island, the Solomon Islands)
    JS-8 THG Haruna THG 榛名 — Chihaya Heather 千早 ヘザー (Resembles Kantai Collection self, rebuilt as fast battleship in 1934, was sunk by air strikes in 1945 during the attacks on the Inland Sea by United States Navy and Royal Navy aircraft at Kure, Hiroshima; salvaged and was scrapped the following year)


    AMAGI-CLASS BATTLECRUISER/FAST BATTLESHIP
    JS-9 Amagi 天城 — Aoki Tokiko 青木 時子/Mok Toyŏn 睦 度演 (목 도연) (Resembles Azur Lane self, cancelled after launch in 1922 per the Washington Naval Treaty, selected for conversion to aircraft carrier, damaged beyond economical repair before launch in 1923 thanks to the Great Kantō Earthquake, was scrapped the following year; adopted by Korea, renamed TMK Shilla TMK 신라 with hull number CH-1) *
    JS-10 THG Akagi THG 赤城 — Aoki Anna 青木 杏奈 (Resembles Kantai Collection self, cancelled after launch in 1922 per the Washington Naval Treaty, converted to aircraft carrier KB-2 in 1927, damaged beyond economical repair by air strikes in 1942 during the Battle of Midway by aircraft from US Ships Yorktown, Enterprise and Hornet; was scuttled by TH Gunkan-tachi Arashi, Hagikaze, Maikaze and Nowaki north-northwest of Midway Atoll, the United States)
    JS-11 Atago 愛宕 — Aoki Minako 青木 実奈子/Mok Myŏng'ok 睦 明玉 (목 명옥) (Resembles Azur Lane version of Aoki Anna, cancelled after launch in 1922 per the Washington Naval Treaty, was scrapped two years later; adopted by Korea, renamed TMK Paekche TMK 백제 with hull number CH-2) *
    JS-12 Takao 高尾 — Aoki Akemi 青木 朱美/Mok Yŏn'u 睦 延優 (목 연우) (Resembles Warship Girls version of Yamamoto Chiyoko, cancelled after launch in 1922 per the Washington Naval Treaty, was scrapped two years later; adopted by Korea, renamed TMK Koguryŏ TMK 고구려 with hull number CH-3) *


    IIZUNA-CLASS BATTLECRUISER/FAST BATTLESHIP
    (Design B-65)
    JS-13 (no name) — Nagano Iori 長野 伊織 (Resembles Azur Lane version of Chihaya Anne, cancelled before construction in 1942, never named; given name THG Iizuna THG 飯綱) *
    JS-14 (no name) — Nagano Nahoko 長野 菜穂子 (Resembles Azur Lane version of Chihaya Sarah, cancelled before construction in 1942, never named; given name THG Nekoma THG 猫魔) *
    JS-15 (no name) — Nagano Asami 長野 朝海 (Resembles Azur Lane version of Chihaya Isabel, cancelled before construction in 1942, never named; given name THG Asahi THG 旭岳) *
    JS-16 (no name) — Nagano Nanami 長野 奈々実 (Resembles Azur Lane version of Chihaya Heather, cancelled before construction in 1942, never named; given name THG Nantai THG 男体) *
    JS-17 (no name) — Nagano Kimiko 長野 君子 (Resembles Azur Lane version of THG Azuma from World of Warships, cancelled before construction in 1942, never named; given name THG Kinpu THG 金峰) *
    JS-18 (no name) — Nagano Tsukimi 長野 月美 (Resembles Warship Girls version of Chihaya Anne, cancelled before construction in 1942, never named; given name THG Tsurugi THG ) *


    Ship prefix

    ÈB/ЭБ — Èskádrennyj Bronenósets Эскадренный броненосц ("Squadron Armourclad") (Russian Navy type prefix for pre-dreadnoughts)
    LK/ЛK — Linéjnyj Korábl' Линейный Kорабль ("Ship of the Line") (Russian Navy type prefix for dreadnought battleships)

    THG — Tennō Heika Gunkan 天皇陛下軍艦 ("Warship of His Majesty the Heavenly Sovereign")
    TMK — Taehan Minguk Kunhan 대한민국군함 ("Warship of the Republic of Korea")

    USS — United States Ship

    Hull classification codes

    CH — Chŏnham 전함 ("Battleship") (Korean Navy hull classification code)
    DS — Dokyū Senkan 弩級戦艦 ("Dreadnought Battleship")
    JS — Junyō Senkan 巡洋戦艦 ("Battlecruiser")
    KB — Kōkū Bokan 航空母艦 ("Aircraft Carrier")
    KKS — Kōkū Senkan 航空戦艦 ("Aviation Battleship")
    KS — Kaibō Senkan 海防戦艦 ("Coast Defence Battleship")
    KSK — Kōsakukan 工作艦 ("Repair Ship")
    RJ — Renshū-jun'yōkan 練習巡洋艦 ("Training Cruiser")
    RKS — Renshū-Kaibō Senkan 練習海防戦艦 ("Training Coastal Battleship")
    RTK — Renshū-Tokumukan 練習特務艦 ("Special Training Ship")
    ZS — Zendokyū Senkan 前弩級戦艦 ("Pre-Dreadnought Battleship")

    Note that the Russian Navy does not use pennant superior letters.
     
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    OblivionFan007 Not too sore, are you?

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    Stay strong man.
    While I like the name Asahi, there's something about the combination of Tsunematsuri and Kahuri that really activates my neurons.
    If the last one made made weird things to me, this one multiplies this by twice at the least. She should wear an eye-patch.
    Mmm... Tsu.
    Were the Kongo class ships all made in the UK?
     
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    Pyeknu Cross-Dimensional Magical Sith GIrl

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    No, only Kongō herself was built in the UK. By the time this class came about, Japanese shipbuilding had pretty much caught up with the West.
     
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    Ah, that makes sense.
     
  25. Extras: Italy: Capital Ships (Revised)
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    The entry for Italy's battleships, monitors and aircraft ships has been updated.

    KANTAI COLLECTION/AZUR LANE/WARSHIP GIRLS
    LIST OF AIRCRAFT CARRIERS/BATTLESHIPS/MONITORS (ITALIAN NAVY)

    No./Ship Name — Human Name (Fate)

    AQUILA-CLASS AIRCRAFT CARRIER
    P3 RM Aquila — Giuseppina Amata Fioravanzo d'Ansaldo (Resembles Kantai Collection self, built as passenger liner SS Roma in 1926, conversion to aircraft carrier began in 1941, conversion work stopped by the Armistice of Cassible two years later, seized by Germany, partially scuttled by MAS divers in 1944 near Genoa, Liguria; salvaged in 1946, was scrapped in 1952)
    P4 RM Sparviero — Sebastiana Sistine Fioravanzo di Genoa (Resembles Azur Lane version of Giuseppina Fioravanzo, built as passenger liner MS Augustus in 1926, conversion to aircraft carrier began in 1942, captured incompleted by Germany the following year after the Armistice of Cassible, was scuttled at Genoa, Liguria in 1944; salvaged post-war and was scrapped in 1951)


    GIUSEPPE MIRAGLIA-CLASS SEAPLANE CARRIER
    P2 RM Giuseppe Miraglia — Gionata Giacoma Reiner di Miraglia (Built originally as train ferry MS Città di Messina in 1921, conversion to seaplane carrier began in 1923, capsized incomplete two years later, salvaged and was commissioned in 1927, interned at Malta in 1943 after the Armistice of Cassible, impressed into Allied service from 1943-45, used as repatriation transport post-war, became barracks ship at Taranto, Apulia; decommissioned in 1950, was scrapped that year)

    AMMIRAGLIO DI SAINT BON-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    01 RM Ammiraglio di Saint Bon — Simone Antonella di Saint Bon (Decommissioned in 1920, was scrapped that year)
    02 RM Emanuele Filiberto — Adelaide Vittoria di Savoia-Aosta (Decommissioned in 1920, was scrapped that year)


    REGINA MARGHERITA-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    03 RM Regina Margherita — Teresa Giovanna di Savoia (Was sunk by mine strike in 1916 laid by SM UC-14 near Vlorë, Albania)
    04 RM Benedetto Brin — Teodora Bellefleur Brin (Was destroyed by internal explosion in 1915 at Brindisi, Apulia)


    REGINA ELENA-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    05 RM Regina Elena — Jelena Petrović-Njegoš (Decommissioned in 1923 per the Washington Naval Treaty, was scrapped that year; adopted by Montenegro, renamed MVCG Kraljica Jelena with pennant 05) *
    06 RM Vittorio Emanuele — Maria Vittoria di Savoia (Decommissioned in 1923 per the Washington Naval Treaty, was scrapped that year)

    07 RM Roma — Alessandra Augusta di Torlonia (Decommissioned in 1926, was scrapped that year; adopted by Slovenia, renamed LSM Koroška with pennant 07) *
    08 RM Napoli — Cristina Maria di Borbone di Napoli (Decommissioned in 1926, was scrapped that year)

    DANTE ALIGHIERI-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    09 RM Dante Alighieri — Daniella Bella di Alighieri (Decommissioned in 1928, was scrapped that year)

    CONTI DI CAVOUR-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    10 RM Conti di Cavour — Corinna Paolina Benso di Cavour (Resembles Azur Lane self, decommissioned in 1933 for heavy reconstruction, recommissioned in 1937, was sunk by torpedo strike in 1940 during the Attack on Taranto by Royal Navy bombers at Taranto, Apulia; not salvaged by the time of the Armistice of Cassible in 1943, captured by Germany, was sunk two years later by Allied bombers at Taranto, salvaged and was scrapped in 1946)
    11 RM Guilio Cesare — Gabriella Gulielma Cesare/Gabriella Julia Caesar GABRIELLA IVLIA CÆSAR/Gavriílla Gájovna Chézare Гавриилла Гаёвна Чезаре (Resembles Azur Lane self, decommissioned in 1928 for heavy reconstruction, recommissioned in 1937, surrendered to the Allies in 1943 after the Armistice of Cassible, transferred to the Soviet Union as war reparations in 1949, renamed LK Novorossíjsk ЛК Новороссийск with pennant 043, was sunk by mine strike in 1955 at Sevastopol, Crimea; salvaged and was scrapped two years later; if returning to Russian service, will be renamed LK Krasnodár ЛК Краснодар to prevent confusion with aircraft carrier TAKR Novorossíjsk with pennant 074) *
    12 RM Leonardo da Vinci — Caterina Pierina da Vinci (Resembles Warship Girls version of Vittoria Ansaldo as adult, was sunk by magazine explosion in 1916 at Taranto, Apulia; salvaged in 1919, was scrapped in 1923)


    ANDREA DORIA-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    13 RM Andrea Doria — Angela Caracosa Doria (Resembles Warship Girls self, decommissioned in 1937 for heavy reconstruction, recommissioned in 1940, surrendered to the Allies in 1943 after the Armistice of Cassible, restored to Italian control as MM Andrea Doria post-war, decommissioned the second time in 1956, was scrapped that year)
    14 RM Caio Duilio — Diana Liliana Duilio (Resembles Warship Girls self, decommissioned in 1937 for heavy reconstruction, recommissioned in 1940, surrendered to the Allies in 1943 after the Armistice of Cassible, restored to Italian control as MM Caio Duilio post-war, decommissioned the second time in 1956, was scrapped that year)


    FRANCESCO CARACCIOLO-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    15 RM Francesco Caracciolo — Francesca Maria Caracciolo (Cancelled after launch in 1921, was scrapped in 1926)
    16 RM Cristoforo Colombo — Susanna Filomena Colombo (Cancelled before launch in 1921, was scrapped the following year)
    17 RM Marcantonio Colonna — Giovanna Felice Colonna (Cancelled before launch in 1921, was scrapped the following year)
    18 RM Francesco Morosini — Tomasina Dana Morosini (Cancelled before launch in 1921, was scrapped the following year)


    LITTORIO-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    19 RM Littorio — Giovanna Teresa Ansaldo di Cabella (Resembles Kantai Collection self, renamed RM Italia in 1942, surrendered to the Allies later that year after the Armistice of Cassible, awarded to the United States as war prize, was scrapped in 1952; restored to former name) *
    20 RM Vittorio Veneto — Vittoria Maria Ansaldo di Bertuzzi (Resembles Azur Lane self, surrendered to the Allies in 1943 after the Armistice of Cassible, awarded to the United Kingdom as war prize, was scrapped in 1951)
    21 RM Roma — Roberta Carlotta Ansaldo di Bergamini (Resembles Kantai Collection self, surrendered to the Allies in 1943 after the Armistice of Cassible, was sunk by air strike that year by Luftwaffe bombers west of north from Elighe Mannu, Sassari)
    22 Impero — Irene Andrea Ansaldo di Brindisi (Resembles Azur Lane version of Giovanna Ansaldo, captured by Germany incomplete in 1943 after the Armistice of Cassible, captured by Allied forces two years later at Trieste, Friuli-Venezia Giulia; was scrapped in 1948; renamed MM Repubblica out of political considerations) *


    FAÀ DI BRUNO-CLASS MONITOR
    M1 RM Faà di Bruno — Alessandra Emilia Faà di Bruno (Decommissioned in 1924, recommissioned as RM GM194 in 1940, captured by Germany in 1943 after the Armistice of Cassible, was scuttled to prevent capture two years later at Savona, Liguria; was scapped post-war)

    ALFREDO CAPPELLINI-CLASS MONITOR
    M2 RM Alfredo Cappellini — Alcina Lauretta Cappellini (Converted from floating crane GA53 in 1915, was sunk by grounding two years later off Ancona, Marche)

    Ship prefix

    LK/ЛК — Linéjnyj Korábl' Линейный Корабль ("Ship of the Line") (Russian/Soviet Navy type prefix)
    LSM — Ladja Slovenske Mornarice ("Slovenian Navy Ship")
    MM — Marina Militaire ("Military Navy") (Italian Navy ship prefix post-1948)
    MS — Motor Ship
    MVCG — Mornarica Vojske Crne Gore ("Montenegrin Navy")
    RM — Regia Marina ("Royal Navy") (Italian Navy ship prefix pre-1948)
    SM — Seiner Majestät ("His Majesty's) (German Navy submarine name prefix before 1918)
    SS — Steamship
    TAKR/ТАКР — Tjazhjolyj Aviánesuschij Kréjser Тяжёлый Авианесущий Крейсер ("Heavy Aviation Cruiser") (Russian/Soviet type prefix)


    Pennant superior letters

    GM — Batteria Galleggiante Monitore ("Floating Battery Monitor")
    M — Monitore ("Monitor")
    P — Portaerei ("Aircraft Carrier")
    UC — Küsten-Unterseeboot ("Coastal Submarine") (German Navy pennant superior pre-1918)
    * Note that battleships were never given pennant superior letters. Russian Navy warships allocated pennant numbers in series of three-digit type blocks without pennant superior.
     
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    OblivionFan007 Not too sore, are you?

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    *Screeeech!*

    The best (ship)girl.
    Mmm... Maria!
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    Impero sounds way better than Repubblica.
     
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    Pyeknu Cross-Dimensional Magical Sith GIrl

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    I'm doing 3D pics of the characters through Honey Select. I'll do Giuseppina sometime soon.
     
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    OblivionFan007 Not too sore, are you?

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    Awesome, I'll be waiting :D.
     
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