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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. Pyeknu

    Pyeknu Cross-Dimensional Magical Sith GIrl

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    Brown. And my resolution with the cards is just as bad. Sadly, any sort of prints from this system will be plagued with issues.

    I tried another Illusions game, Koikatsu Party. More options, but same resolution issues.
     
  2. OblivionFan007

    OblivionFan007 Not too sore, are you?

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    Thank you.
    ...I see, have you ever hear of our lord and savior, Todd Howard and his masterpiece, Skyrim?
    [​IMG]

    Mods are awesome.
     
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    Pyeknu Cross-Dimensional Magical Sith GIrl

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    Pyeknu Cross-Dimensional Magical Sith GIrl

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    OblivionFan007 Not too sore, are you?

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    Pyeknu Cross-Dimensional Magical Sith GIrl

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    Same program, Honey Select. I just make screenshots of the character creation page since that provides the sharpest pictures.
     
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    OblivionFan007 Not too sore, are you?

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    Sounds tedious, devs might need to add a better quality feature. I'm not a programming expert though, so my opinion might not be worth much.
     
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  8. Threadmarks: United States: Cruisers (Updated)
    Pyeknu

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    The updated cruiser list for the Land of Liberty:

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    KANTAI COLLECTION/AZUR LANE/WARSHIP GIRLS
    LIST OF CRUISERS (UNITED STATES NAVY)

    No./Ship Name — Human Name (Fate)

    OMAHA-CLASS LIGHT CRUISER
    CL-4 USS OmahaMarie-Louise Meumbane Fontenelle (Resembles Azur Lane self, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    CL-5 USS Milwaukee — Bryce Myra Kilbourn/Brajs Bájronovna Kilbórn Брайс Байроновна Килборн (Resembles Azur Lane self, decommissioned in 1944 on transfer to the Soviet Union, renamed KRL Múrmansk КРЛ Мурманск with pennant 180; decommissioned the second time in 1949 and returned to the United States, was scrapped that year)
    CL-6 USS CincinnatiElizabeth Hallie Patterson (Resembles Warship Girls version of Marie-Louise Fontenelle, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    CL-7 USS Raleigh — Margaret Jodie Lane (Resembles Pacific self, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    CL-8 USS DetroitMarie Thérèse Antonia de la Mothe (Resembles Azur Lane version of Edith Doliber, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped that year)
    CL-9 USS RichmondSarah Dorothea Henry (Resembles Azur Lane self, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    CL-10 USS ConcordSusan Ellen Buckley (Resembles Azur Lane self, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped two years later)
    CL-11 USS Trenton — Mary Maurice Stacy (Resembles Azur Lane version of Margaret Lane, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    CL-12 USS Marblehead — Edith Amonute Doliber (Resembles Pacific self, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    CL-13 USS MemphisPriscilla Mary Overton (Resembles Azur Lane self, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped two years later)


    OLYMPIA-CLASS PROTECTED CRUISER
    CL-15 USS Olympia — Julia Mary Dewey (Resembles Warship Girls version of Teresa Laclède de Tamandaré, commissioned as Cruiser No. 6, decommissioned in 1899, recommissioned in 1902; decommissioned the second time in 1906, recommissioned in 1916, reclassified CA-15 in 1920, reclassified as CL-15 the following year; decommissioned the final time in 1922, reclassified IX-40 in 1931, preserved as memorial since that time at the Independence Seaport Museum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)

    PENSACOLA-CLASS HEAVY CRUISER
    CA-24 USS PensacolaAmber Joy Seligman (Resembles Azur Lane self, originally classified CL-24, reclassified as CA-24 in 1931, decommissioned in 1946, used as target ship for Operation: Crossroads later that year, survived both tests, was sunk as target in 1948 off Washington)
    CA-25 USS Salt Lake City — Helen Julia Budge (Resembles Azur Lane self, originally classified CL-25, reclassified as CA-25 in 1931, decommissioned in 1946, used as target ship for Operation: Crossroads later that year, survived both tests, was sunk as target in 1948 off southern California)


    NORTHAMPTON-CLASS HEAVY CRUISER
    CA-26 USS NorthamptonGrace Anna Goodhue (Resembles Pacific self, originally classified CL-26, reclassified as CA-26 in 1931, was sunk by torpedo strikes in 1942 during the Battle of Tassafaronga from THG Kawakaze south of Savo Island, the Solomon Islands)
    CA-27 USS ChesterFinlandia Hannah Chester (Resembles Pacific self, originally classified CL-27, reclassified as CA-27 in 1931, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1959)
    CA-28 USS LouisvilleJane Lucy Kennedy (Resembles Pacific self, originally classified CL-28, reclassified as CA-28 in 1931, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1959)
    CA-29 USS Chicago — Ella Margaret Britten (Resembles Pacific self, originally classified CL-29, reclassified as CA-29 in 1931, was sunk by torpedo strike in 1943 at the Battle of Rennell Island by Imperial Japanese bombers east-northeast of Mainga, the Solomon Islands)
    CA-30 USS Houston — Mary Elizabeth Houston (Resembles Kantai Collection self, originally classified CL-30, reclassified as CA-30 in 1931, was sunk by combined gunfire and torpedo strikes in 1942 during the Battle of Sunda Strait by Japanese cruisers and destroyers west of Tunda Island, Indonesia)
    CA-31 USS Augusta — Augustina Evelyn McDaniel (Resembles Warship Girls version of Mercy Levett, originally classified CL-31, reclassified as CA-31 in 1931, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1959)


    PORTLAND-CLASS HEAVY CRUISER
    CA-33 USS PortlandChristine Mercy Levett (Resembles Azur Lane self, originally classified CL-33, reclassified as CA-33 in 1931, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1959)
    CA-35 USS Indianapolis — Charlene Brianna McVay (Resembles Azur Lane self, originally classified CL-35, reclassified as CA-35 in 1931, was sunk by torpedo strike in 1945 by THG I-58 north of Elab, Palau)


    NEW ORLEANS-CLASS HEAVY CRUISER
    CA-32 USS New OrleansCora Sandra Jahncke (Resembles Warship Girls self, originally classified CL-32, reclassified as CA-32 in 1931, bow lost by torpedo strike in 1942 during the Battle of Tassafaronga southeast of Savo Island, the Solomon Islands from either TH Gunkan-tachi Suzukaze or Takanami; new bow added and returned to service, decommissioned in 1947, was scrapped in 1959)
    CA-34 USS Astoria — Jane Leila Astor (Resembles Azur Lane self, originally classified CL-34, reclassified as CA-34 in 1931, 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, later sank while being towed by USS Alchiba southeast of Savo Island, the Solomon Islands)
    CA-36 USS Minneapolis — Grace Lynn Newton (Resembles Azur Lane self, originally classified CL-36, reclassified as CA-36 in 1931, bow lost by torpedo strike in 1942 during the Battle of Tassafaronga southeast of Savo Island, the Solomon Islands from either TH Gunkan-tachi Suzukaze or Takanami; new bow added and returned to service, decommissioned in 1947, was scrapped in 1960)
    CA-37 USS Tuscaloosa — Jeannette Wendy McCann (Resembles Blue Oath self, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1959; mast preserved at Tuscaloosa Veterans Memorial Park, Tuscaloosa, Alabama)
    CA-38 USS San FranciscoMichiko Francine Norton (Resembles Pacific self with Oriental facial features, heavily damaged by gunfire in 1942 during the naval Battle of Guadalcanal by TH Gunkan-tachi Hiei, Kirishima and Nagara near Savo Island, the Solomon Islands; repaired and returned to service the following year, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1959; artifacts preserved at USS San Francisco Memorial, San Francisco, California)
    CA-39 USS Quincy — Catharine Jane Quincy (Resembles Azur Lane self, was sunk by gunfire in 1942 during the Battle of Savo Island by TH Gunkan-tachi Aoba, Furutaka and Tenryū west of Nggela Sule Island, the Solomon Islands)
    CA-44 USS VincennesHarriet Virginia Riefkohl (Resembles Azur Lane self, was sunk by combined gunfire and torpedo strikes in 1942 during the Battle of Savo Island by TH Gunkan-tachi Chōkai, Aoba, Furutaka, Kako, Kinugasa, Tenryū and Yūbari east of Savo Island, the Solomon Islands)


    BROOKLYN-CLASS LIGHT CRUISER
    CL-40 USS BrooklynEnriqueta Odalis Putnam y O'Higgins Riquelme (Resembles Azur Lane self, decommissioned in 1947, transferred to Chile in 1951, renamed AC O'Higgins with hull number CL-14; decommissioned finally in 1992, sank while being towed to scrapping near Pitcairn Island that year)
    CL-41 USS Philadelphia — Joaquima Benedita May Barroso do Amazonas (Resembles Azur Lane version of Teresa Laclède de Tamandaré, decommissioned in 1947, transferred to Brazil in 1951, renamed C Barroso with pennant C11; decommissioned the second time in 1973, was scrapped the following year)
    CL-42 USS Savannah — Anne Elizabeth Oglethorpe (Resembles Warship Girls version of Helena Washburn, decommissioned in 1947, was scrapped in 1966)
    CL-43 USS NashvilleChiquita Pastora Robertson y Prat Chacón (Resembles Warship Girls version of Enriqueta Putnam y O'Higgins, decommissioned in 1946, transferred to Chile in 1951, renamed AC Capitán Prat with hull number CL-15; renamed AC Chacabuco in 1982 without hull number change; decommissioned the second time in 1982, was scrapped in 1985)
    CL-46 USS Phoenix — Margaretta Bianca Swilling Belgrano y González (Resembles Pacific self, decommissioned in 1946, transferred to Argentina in 1951, renamed ARA Diecisiete de Octubre with pennant C20, renamed ARA General Belgrano in 1956 without change of pennant number, was sunk by torpedo strike in 1982 during the Falklands War by HMS Conqueror east-southeast of Isla de los Estados, Argentina)
    CL-47 USS Boise — Matilde Juana de Bonneville y de Servi (Resembles Victory Belles self, decommissioned in 1946, transferred to Argentina in 1951, renamed ARA Nueve de Julio with pennant C19; decommissioned the second time in 1979, was scrapped in 1983)
    CL-48 USS HonoluluKalākua Kaheiheimālie Kūnuiākea (Resembles Azur Lane self with Polynesian skin tone, bow destroyed by torpedo strike in 1943 during the Battle of Kolombangara from unknown Japanese destroyer northwest of Kolombangara Island, the Solomon Islands; repaired and restored to service later that year, decommissioned in 1947, was scrapped in 1959)
    CL-49 USS Saint LouisAssunção Teresa Laclède de Tamandaré (Resembles Pacific self, decommissioned in 1946, transferred to Brazil in 1951, renamed C Tamandaré with pennant C12; decommissioned the second time in 1976, was sunk while being towed for scrapping in 1980 east-northeast of Gough Island, Territory of Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha)
    CL-50 USS Helena — Dana Helena Washburn (Resembles Kantai Collection self, was sunk by torpedo strike in 1943 at the Battle of Kula Gulf by TH Gunkan-tachi Suzukaze and Tanikaze north of New Georgia Island, the Solomon Islands)


    WICHITA-CLASS HEAVY CRUISER
    CA-45 USS Wichita — Mary Emma Sedgwick (Resembles Azur Lane self, decommissioned in 1947, was scrapped in 1959)

    ATLANTA-CLASS LIGHT CRUISER
    CL-51 USS Atlanta — Lavinia Frances Thomson (Resembles Kantai Collection self, damaged beyond economical repair by gun and torpedo strikes in 1942 at the naval Battle of Guadalcanal from TH Gunkan-tachi Nagara, Ikazuchi and Inazuma; was scuttled west of Lunga Point, the Solomon Islands)
    CL-52 USS Juneau — Josephina Georgette Whidbey (Resembles Azur Lane self, was sunk by torpedo strike in 1942 by THG I-26 north of west from Bugawahu, the Solomon Islands)
    CL-53 USS San Diego — Jazmín Rafaella Cabrillo (Resembles Azur Lane self, decommissioned in 1946, reclassified CLAA-53 in 1949, was scrapped in 1960)
    CL-54 USS San JuanIsabel Flores de Ovando y Cáceres (Resembles Azur Lane self, decommissioned in 1946, reclassified CLAA-54 in 1949, was scrapped in 1961)
    CL-95 USS Oakland — María Luisa Peralta (Resembles Warship Girls self, reclassified CLAA-95 on decommissioning in 1949, was scrapped in 1959)
    CL-96 USS RenoRebecca Leigh Reno (Resembles Azur Lane self, second of name, decommissioned in 1946, reclassified CLAA-96 in 1949, was scrapped in 1962)
    CL-97 USS Flint — Clara Catherine Durant (Resembles Azur Lane version of Frances Thomson, decommissioned in 1947, reclassified CLAA-97 in 1949, was scrapped in 1966)
    CL-98 USS TusconMargherita Magdalena Kino (Resembles Warship Girls version of Rafaella Cabrillo, reclassified CLAA-98 on decommissioning in 1949, was scrapped in 1971)


    CLEVELAND-CLASS LIGHT CRUISER
    CL-55 USS ClevelandMonica Cleveland (Resembles Azur Lane self, decommissioned in 1947, was scrapped in 1960)
    CL-56 USS Columbia — Jean Louise Gervais (Resembles Azur Lane self, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1959)
    CL-57 USS MontpelierJanet Davis (Resembles Azur Lane self, decommissioned in 1947, was scrapped in 1960)
    CL-58 USS Denver — Joanna Wendy Denver (Resembles Azur Lane self, decommissioned in 1947, was scrapped in 1960)
    CL-59 Amsterdam — Dorothy Rayne Warner (Resembles Azur Lane self, converted to light aircraft carrier CVL-22 in 1943, renamed USS Independence, decommissioned in 1946, used as a test ship in Operation: Crossroads later that year, survived both tests, was scuttled in 1951 west of San Francisco, Califormia)
    CL-60 USS Santa Fe — Jimena de Oñate y Salazar (Resembles Victory Belles version of Sandra Jahncke, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1959)
    CL-61 Tallahassee — Margaret Mary Dodds (Resembles Azur Lane self, converted to light aircraft carrier CVL-23 in 1943, renamed USS Princeton, was damaged beyond economical repair by air strike in 1944, failed to be scuttled by US Ships Irwin and Reno, eventually sunk by magazine explosion east of Dingalan, the Philippines)
    CL-62 USS BirminghamBrenda Phillippa Worthington (Resembles Azur Lane self, decommissioned in 1947, was scrapped in 1959)
    CL-63 USS Mobile — Catherine le Moyne d'Iberville (Decommissioned in 1947, was scrapped in 1959)
    CL-64 USS Vincennes — Françoise Marie Bissot (Second of name, decommissioned in 1946, was sunk as target in 1969 near Point Mugu, California; renamed USS Corydon to prevent confusion) *
    CL-65 USS PasadenaAntonia Eulalia Pérez de Guillén Mariné (Resembles Blue Oath version of María Peralta, decommissioned in 1950, was scrapped in 1972)
    CL-66 USS SpringfieldNancy Mary Lincoln (Decommissioned in 1949, rebuilt as missile cruiser CLG-7 in 1957, recommissioned in 1960; decommissioned the second time in 1974, reclassified as CG-7 the following year, was scrapped in 1980)
    CL-67 USS Topeka — Mary Lillie Holliday (Decommissioned in 1949, rebuilt as missile cruiser CLG-8 in 1957, recommissioned in 1960; decommissioned the second time in 1969, was scrapped in 1975)
    CL-76 New Haven — Danielle Josephine Daly (Resembles Azur Lane version of Samantha Langley, converted to light aircraft carrier CVL-24 in 1943, renamed USS Belleau Wood, transferred to France in 1953, renamed PA Bois Belleau with pennant P7, returned to the United States and was scrapped in 1960)
    CL-77 Huntington — Margaret Frances Grandy (Converted to light aircraft carrier CVL-25 in 1943, renamed USS Cowpens, decommissioned in 1946, reclassified as AVT-1 while in reserve in 1959, was scrapped that year)
    CL-78 Dayton — Patricia Nicole Lynda Bellinger (Converted to light aircraft carrier CVL-26 in 1943, renamed USS Monterey, decommissioned in 1956, reclassified as AVT-2 while in reserve in 1959, was scrapped in 1971)
    CL-78 Wilmington — Anna Juana Cabot (Resembles Warship Girls version of Margaret Dodds, converted to light aircraft carrier CVL-28 in 1943, renamed USS Cabot, transferred to Spain in 1967 and renamed BSM Dédalo with pennant P1, decommissioned 1990 for conversion to museum ship, was auctioned for scrapping in 1999 with scrapping completed in 2002; would be renamed USS Matthew to prevent confusion if remaining in the United States) *
    CL-80 USS Biloxi — Bernadette le Moyne d'Iberville (Resembles Azur Lane self, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped in 1962)
    CL-81 VicksburgIsabella Ann Houston (Resembles Azur Lane version of Elizabeth Houston, renamed USS Houston [second of name] prior to launch, decommissioned in 1947, was scrapped in 1961; renamed USS Woodlands to prevent confusion) *
    CL-82 USS ProvidenceAlice Williams (Decommissioned in 1949, reclassified CLG-6 on conversion to missile cruiser in 1957, recommissioned in 1959; decommissioned the second time in 1973, reclassified CG-6 the following year, was scrapped in 1980)
    CL-83 USS Manchester — Hannah Goffe (Decommissioned in 1956, was scrapped in 1960)
    CL-84 Buffalo — Honora Anna Welch (Cancelled before construction in 1940, renamed USS Niagara Falls) *
    CL-85 Fargo — Maria Josephine Phillipa du Motier (Resembles Warship Girls self, converted to light aircraft carrier CVL-27 in 1943, originally named USS Crown Point, renamed USS Langley [second of name] in 1942 prior to launch, decommissioned in 1947, transferred to France in 1951, renamed PA Lafayette with pennant P8, returned to the United States in 1963 and was scrapped; would revert to original carrier name to prevent confusion if remaining in the United States) *
    CL-86 CheyennePénélope du Poisson (Renamed USS Vicksburg [second of name] in 1942 prior to launch, decommissioned in 1947, was scrapped in 1964)
    CL-87 USS Duluth — Dorothée Greysolon du Lhut (Decommissioned in 1949, was scrapped in 1960)
    CL-88 Newark — Rachael Caroline Carteret (Cancelled before construction in 1940; renamed USS Elizabeth to prevent confusion) *
    CL-89 USS MiamiMaría Menéndez de Avilés (Decommissioned in 1947, was scrapped in 1962)
    CL-90 Wilkes-Barre — Anne McGillivray (Resembles fan art of Leila Astor by Yorktown CV-5, Pixiv #74744977, renamed USS Astoria [second of name] prior to launch in 1943, decommissioned 1949, was scrapped in 1971; renamed USS Warrenton to prevent confusion) *
    CL-91 USS Oklahoma City — Emma Elizabeth Overholser (Decommissioned in 1947, reclassified CLG-5 in 1957 on modification to missile cruiser, recommissioned in 1960; reclassified CG-5 in 1975, decommissioned the second time in 1979, was sunk as target in 1999 southwest of Guam)
    CL-92 USS Little RockJoséphine Belle de la Harpe (Resembles Warship Girls version of Monica Cleveland, decommissioned in 1949, reclassified CLG-4 in 1957 on modification to missile cruiser, recommissioned in 1960; reclassified CG-4 in 1975, decommissioned the second time the following year, preserved as museum since 1977 at the Buffalo Naval and Military Park, Buffalo, New York)
    CL-93 USS GalvestonConstanza Valery de Gálvez y Madrid (Resembles Warship Girls version of Flores de Ovando, construction suspended after launch in 1945, kept in reserve at Naval Shipyard Philadelphia, Pennsylvania until 1956, reclassified CLG-93 that year on modification to missile cruiser, reclassified again as CLG-3 the following year, commissioned in 1958, decommissioned in 1970, was scrapped in 1975)
    CL-94 USS Youngstown — Mary Jane Young (Cancelled before launching in 1946, was scrapped on slip)
    CL-95 Buffalo — Estefania Esperanza Osmeña (Resembles Azur Lane self, second of name, converted to light aircraft carrier CVL-29 in 1943, renamed USS Bataan, decommissioned in 1954, redesignated AVT-4 while in reserve in 1959, was scrapped later that year)
    CL-100 Newark — Glenda Jacinta Jones (Second of name, converted to light aircraft carrier CVL-30 in 1943, renamed USS San Jacinto, decommissioned in 1947, reclassified as AVT-5 while in reserve in 1959, was scrapped in 1971)
    CL-101 USS Amsterdam — Amber Veeder (Decommissioned in 1947, was scrapped in 1972)
    CL-102 USS PortsmouthMary Martha Pring (Decommissioned in 1949, was scrapped in 1974)
    CL-103 USS Wilkes-Barre — Sarah Iva Wilkes-Barré (Resembles Pacific version of Helena Washburn, second of name, decommissioned in 1947, was sunk as target in 1972 off the Florida Keys)
    CL-104 USS Atlanta — Margaret Mary Thomson (Resembles Warship Girls version of Frances Thomson, second of name, decommissioned in 1949, recommissioned in 1964, reclassified as IX-304 and converted to weapons test effects ship, decommissioned again in 1970, was sunk as target that year off San Clemente Island, California; renamed USS Pakanahuili to prevent confusion) *
    CL-105 USS DaytonBelle Margaret van Cleve (Decommissioned in 1949, was scrapped in 1962)


    BALTIMORE-CLASS HEAVY CRUISER
    CA-68 USS BaltimoreAnne Frances Arundel (Resembles Azur Lane self, decommissioned in 1946, recommissioned in 1951; decommissioned the second time in 1956, was scrapped in 1972)
    CA-69 USS Boston — Helen Thomasine Winthrop (Resembles Warship Girls version of Frances Arundel, decommissioned in 1946, reclassified CAG-1 in 1952 on conversion to missile cruiser, recommissioned in 1955; reclassified again CA-69 in 1968, decommissioned the second time in 1970, was scrapped in 1975)
    CA-70 Pittsburgh — Michelle Flora Dundee (Resembles Warship Girls version of Amber Seligman, renamed USS Canberra before launch in 1942, decommissioned in 1947, reclassified CAG-2 in 1952 on conversion to missile cruiser, recommissioned in 1956; reclassified again CA-70 in 1968, decommissioned the second time in 1970, was scrapped in 1980)
    CA-71 Saint PaulHeather Sierra Quincy (Resembles Warship Girls version of Jane Quincy, renamed USS Quincy [second of name] before launch in 1942, decommissioned in 1954, was scrapped in 1974; renamed USS Moswetuset to prevent confusion) *
    CA-72 Albany — Hester Harriet Pitt (Resembles Warship Girls version of Julia Budge, renamed USS Pittsburgh [second of name] before launch in 1942, decommissioned in 1947, recommissioned in 1951; decommissioned the second time in 1956, was scrapped in 1974)
    CA-73 Rochester — Clarissa Paula Pike (Resembles Victory Belles version of Julia Budge, renamed USS Saint Paul [second of name] before launch in 1942, decommissioned in 1971, was scrapped in 1980)
    CA-74 USS ColumbusMaría Filipa Colón (Resembles Warship Girls version of Brianna McVay, reclassified CG-12 in 1959 on conversion to missile cruiser, decommissioned in 1975, was scrapped two years later)
    CA-75 USS Helena — Helen Jane Haytin (Third of name, resembles Azur Lane version of Helena Washburn, decommissioned in 1963, was scrapped in 1974, artifacts preserved in Helena, Montana; renamed USS Bannack to prevent confusion) *
    CA-130 USS Bremerton — Elizabeth Jane McGowan (Resembles Azur Lane self, decommissioned in 1948, recommissioned in 1951, was to be converted to missile cruiser in 1957, conversion cancelled; decommissioned the second time in 1960, was scrapped in 1974)
    CA-131 USS Fall RiverBrenda Francine Church (Resembles Azur Lane version of Margaretta Swilling Belgrano, decommissioned in 1947, was scrapped in 1972; bow tip preserved as memorial at Battleship Cove, Fall River, Massachusetts)
    CA-132 USS Macon — Caroline Marcia Bowden (Second of name, decommissioned in 1950, recommissioned later that year; decommissioned the second time in 1961, was scrapped in 1973)
    CA-133 USS Toledo — Thérèse Charlene Brûlé (Resembles Blue Oath version of Monica Cleveland, decommissioned in 1960, was scrapped in 1974)
    CA-135 USS Los AngelesMargarita Rosa Serra (Second of name, resembles Blue Oath version of Margaret Britten, decommissioned in 1948, recommissioned in 1951; decommissioned the second time in 1963, was scrapped in 1975; artifacts preserved at the Los Angeles Maritime Museum, San Pedro, California)
    CA-136 USS Chicago — Mary Margaret Kelly (Second of name, resembles Azur Lane version of Margaret Britten, decommissioned in 1947, reclassified CG-11 in 1958 on modification to missile cruiser, recommissioned in 1964; decommissioned the second time in 1980, was scrapped in 1991; renamed USS Point du Sable to prevent confusion) *


    FARGO-CLASS LIGHT CRUISER
    CL-106 USS FargoStacy Anna Fargo (Second of name, decommissioned in 1950, was scrapped in 1971)
    CL-107 USS HuntingtonRhoda Mary Phoebe Huntington (Second of name, decommissioned in 1949, was scrapped in 1962)
    CL-108 USS Newark — Alice Treat (Third of name, cancelled after launching in 1945, was scrapped in 1949)
    CL-109 USS New Haven — Amira Block (Second of name, cancelled before launching in 1945, was scrapped on slip)
    CL-110 USS Buffalo — Mary Montresor (Resembles Blue Oath version of Enriqueta Putnam y O'Higgins, third of name, cancelled before launching in 1945, was scrapped on slip)
    CL-111 USS WilmingtonGrace Burrington (Second of name, cancelled before launching in 1945, was scrapped on slip)
    CL-112 Vallejo — Marie Thérèse Catherine le Moyne d'Iberville (Cancelled before construction in 1944; renamed USS Baton Rouge to prevent confusion) *
    CL-113 Helena — Alice Mason (Second of name, cancelled before construction in 1944; renamed USS Groton to prevent confusion) *
    CL-114 Roanoke — Gertrude Minuit (Cancelled before construction in 1944; renamed USS Manhattan to prevent confusion) *
    CL-115 (no name) — Renée Gwenaëlle de Laudonnière (Cancelled before construction in 1944; named USS Jacksonville) *
    CL-116 USS TallahasseeIsabel de Soto (Second of name, cancelled before launching in 1945, was scrapped on slip)
    CL-117 USS Cheyenne — Julia Theresa Dodge (Second of name, cancelled before launching in 1945, was scrapped on slip)
    CL-118 Norfolk — Mary Koowisguwi Ross (Renamed USS Chattanooga, cancelled before launching in 1945, was scrapped on slip)


    JUNEAU-CLASS LIGHT CRUISER
    CL-119 USS Juneau — Marguerite Josephine Juneau (Second of name, resembles Warship Girls version of Georgette Whidbey with darker skin, reclassified CLAA-119 in 1949, decommissioned in 1955, was scrapped in 1960; renamed USS Dzánti K'ihéeni to prevent confusion) *
    CL-120 USS Spokane — Juliette Renée Finlay (Reclassified CLAA-120 in 1949, decommissioned the following year, reclassified AG-191 in 1966, was scrapped in 1973)
    CL-121 USS Fresno — Antonia Easterby (Resembles Blue Oath version of Isabel de Ovando y Cáceres, reclassified CLAA-121 in 1949, decommissioned later that year, was scrapped in 1966)


    OREGON CITY-CLASS HEAVY CRUISER
    CA-122 USS Oregon CityJanet Valerie McLoughlin (Decommissioned in 1947, was scrapped in 1973)
    CA-123 USS Albany — Anna Maria Christiaensen (Second of name, decommissioned in 1958, reclassified CG-10 that year on conversion to missile cruiser, recommissioned in 1962; decommissioned the second time in 1967, recommissioned again the following year; decommissioned the final time in 1980, was scrapped in 1990)
    CA-124 USS Rochester — Sophia Carol Rochester (Second of name, decommissioned in 1961, was scrapped in 1974)

    CA-125 USS Northampton — Florence Lucy Lampron (Resembles Azur Lane version of Grace Goodhue, second of name, converted to command cruiser CLC-1 during construction, reclassified CC-1 in 1961, decommissioned in 1970, was scrapped in 1980; reclassified again as CLC-1 and renamed USS Hampshire to prevent confusion) *
    CA-126 USS Cambridge — Susanna Anne Dudley (Cancelled before launching in 1945, was scrapped on slip)
    CA-127 USS Bridgeport — Irene Charity Nancy Barnum (Cancelled before launching in 1945, was scrapped on slip)
    CA-128 USS Kansas City — Élaine de Veniard de Bourgmont (Cancelled before launching in 1945, was scrapped on slip)
    CA-129 USS Tulsa — Artemina Edith Doolin (Cancelled before construction in 1945)
    CA-137 USS Norfolk — Sarah Mary Thoroughgood (Cancelled before launching in 1945, was scrapped on slip)
    CA-138 USS Scranton — Cornelia Katherine Scranton (Cancelled before launching in 1945, was scrapped on slip)


    DES MOINES-CLASS HEAVY CRUISER
    CA-134 USS Des MoinesJane Mary Meredith (Resembles Pacific self, decommissioned in 1961, was scrapped in 2007)
    CA-139 USS Salem — Dorothy Abigail Coffey (Resembles fan art of self by Tandohark, Danbooru post #2353186, decommissioned in 1959, preserved as museum ship since 1994 at the United States Naval Shipbuilding Museum, Quincy, Massachusetts)

    CA-140 USS Dallas — Elizabeth Margaret Bryan (Resembles fan art of Jane Meredith by Tandohark, Danbooru post #4028442, second of name, cancelled before launching in 1946, was scrapped on slip)
    CA-141 (no name) — Joy Charlene Dean (Cancelled before construction in 1945, never named; named USS La Jolla) *
    CA-142 (no name) — Teresa Beatriz Núñez Cabeza de Vaca (Resembles Pacific version of Elizabeth Houston, cancelled before construction in 1945, never named; named USS Corpus Christi) *
    CA-143 (no name) — Jessenia de Salas (Cancelled before construction in 1945, never named; named USS Albuquerque) *
    CA-148 USS Newport News — Melanie Dorothy Ferguson (Resembles fan art of self by Tandohark, Danbooru post #2414196, decommissioned in 1975, was scrapped in 1993)
    CA-149 (no name) — Sarah Jane Perry (Resembles Blue Oath version of Brianna McVay with tanned skin, cancelled before construction in 1945, never named; named USS Key West) *
    CA-150 (no name) — Phillipa Alexander (Cancelled before construction in 1945, never named; named USS Alexandria) *
    CA-151 (no name) — Shannon Davidson (Cancelled before construction in 1945, never named; named USS Asheville) *
    CA-152 (no name) — Marie Thérèse Antonia de la Mothe de Cadillac (Cancelled before construction in 1945, never named; named USS Jefferson City) *
    CA-153 (no name) — Elizabeth Mary Calvert (Cancelled before construction in 1945, never named; named USS Annapolis) *


    WORCESTER-CLASS LIGHT CRUISER
    CL-144 USS WorcesterHannah Eliot (Resembles fan art of self by Chiyo Goya, Pixiv ID #86919253, decommissioned in 1958, was scrapped in 1972)
    CL-145 USS Roanoke — Martha Mahone (Resembles Blue Oath version of Christine Levett, decommissioned in 1958, was scrapped in 1972)
    CL-146 USS Vallejo — Antonia Francisca Vallejo y Benicia (Cancelled before launch in 1945, was scrapped on slip)
    CL-147 USS Gary — Julia Emma Gary (Resembles Blue Oath version of Michiko Norton, cancelled before construction in 1945)
    CL-154 (no name) — Susanna Margaret Polk (Cancelled before construction in 1945, never named; named USS Charlotte) *
    CL-155 (no name) — Isabella Anne Maynard (Resembles Azur Lane self, cancelled before construction in 1945, never named; named USS Seattle) *
    CL-156 (no name) — Neeltje Block (Cancelled before construction in 1945, never named; named USS Hartford) *
    CL-157 (no name) — Catharine Mary Greene (Cancelled before construction in 1945, never named; named USS Greeneville) *
    CL-158 (no name) — Jane Freida Mears (Cancelled before construction in 1945, never named; named USS Anchorage) *
    CL-159 (no name) — Temperance Ann Hardy (Cancelled before construction in 1945, never named; named USS Gulfport) *


    LONG BEACH-CLASS NUCLEAR GUIDED MISSILE CRUISER
    CLGN-160 USS Long Beach — Ellen Naomi Michelle Haight-Ashbury (Resembles original art by Bokuman, Deviant Art ID #338913019, reclassified CGN-9 before launch, decommissioned in 1995, was partially dismantled by 2012, hull remnants in storage at Naval Base Kitsap, Washington)

    ADMIRAL HIPPER-CLASS HEAVY CRUISER
    CA-161 USS Prinz EugenOlympia Catarina, Fürstin von Savoyen-Carignan (Resembles Kantai Collection self, built in Germany as KMS Prinz Eugen with pennant K93, surrendered to the United States in 1945 as war reparations, commissioned with hull number IX-300; used as target ship in 1946 during Operation: Crossroads, survived both tests, sank due to non-repaired damage later that year at Kwajalein Atoll, the Marshall Islands; adopted by the United States and given new hull number) *

    Ship Prefix

    AC — Armada de Chile ("Navy of Chile")
    ARA — Armada de la República Argentina ("Navy of the Argentine Republic")
    BSM — Burque de Su Majestad ("His Majesty's Ship") (Spanish Navy ship prefix)
    C — Cruzador ("Cruiser") (Brazilian Navy type prefix)
    KMS — Kriegsmarineschiff ("War Navy Ship") (German Navy ship prefix from 1935-45)
    KRL/КРЛ — Ljógkij Kréjser/Лёгкий Крейсер ("Light Cruiser") (Russian/Soviet Navy type prefix)
    PA — Porte-Avions ("Aircraft Carrier") (French Navy type prefix)
    USS — United States Ship


    Hull classification codes and pennant superiors

    AG — Miscellaneous Auxiliary
    AVT — Auxiliary Aircraft Transport
    C — Crucero ("Cruiser") (Armada de la República Argentina pennant superior)
    C — Cruzador ("Cruiser") (Marinha do Brasil pennant superior)
    CA — Heavy Cruiser
    CAG — Guided Missile Heavy Cruiser
    CC — Command Ship
    CG — Guided Missile Cruiser
    CGN — Nuclear-Powered Guided Missile Cruiser
    CL — Crucero Ligero ("Light Cruiser") (Armada de Chile hull classification code)
    CL — Light Cruiser
    CLAA — Air Defence Light Cruiser
    CLC — Command Cruiser
    CLG — Guided Missile Light Cruiser
    CLGN — Nuclear-Powers Guided Missile Light Cruiser
    CVL — Light Aircraft Carrier
    IX — Miscellaneous Auxiliary
    K — Kreuzer ("Cruiser") (Kriegsmarine pennant superior)
    P — Portaviones ("Aircraft Carrier") (Armada Española pennant superior)
    P — Porte-Avions ("Aircraft Carrier") (Marine Nationale pennant superior)
    Note that the Russian and Soviet Navies did not use pennant superior letters; pennant numbers were assigned in group blocks according to type.
     
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  9. Extras: Germany: Destroyers
    Pyeknu

    Pyeknu Cross-Dimensional Magical Sith GIrl

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    And I can't believe I didn't post this here:

    KANTAI COLLECTION/AZUR LANE/WARSHIP GIRLS
    LIST OF DESTROYERS AND DESTROYER LEADERS (GERMAN NAVY)

    No./Ship Name — Human Name (Fate)

    MAASS-CLASS DESTROYER (TYPE 1934)
    Z1 KMS Leberecht Maass — Lieselotte Catrin Maaß (Resembles Kantai Collection self, damaged by friendly fire incident by air attack in 1940 by Luftwaffe bombers, was then sunk by mine strike near Wilhelmshaven, Niedersachsen)
    Z2 KMS Georg Thiele — Gisela Monika Thiele (Resembles Azur Lane self, damaged beyond economical repair by gunfire in 1940 during the Second Battle of Narvik by Royal Navy forces, was run aground in the Rombaken Fjord south of east from Narvik, Nordland County, Norway)
    Z3 KMS Max Schultz — Melanie Ute Schultz (Resembles Kantai Collection self, damaged by friendly fire incident by air attack in 1940 by Luftwaffe bombers, was then sunk by mine strike near Wilhelmshaven, Niedersachsen)
    Z4 KMS Richard Beitzen — Renate Elke Beitzen (Resembles Azur Lane version of Lieselotte Maaß, captured by the United Kingdom at the end of the Second World War in 1945, used as a target ship, was scrapped in 1949)


    JACOBI-CLASS DESTROYER (TYPE 1934A)
    Z5 KMS Paul Jacobi — Paula Maria Louisa Jacobi-Desaix (Surrendered to France in 1946, renamed CT Desaix with pennant T220, was scrapped in 1954)
    Z6 KMS Theodor Riedel — Tanja Emilia Jeanne Béatrice Riedel-Kléber (Surrendered to France in 1946, renamed CT Kléber with pennant T221, was scrapped in 1958)
    Z7 KMS Hermann Schoemann — Helga Stefanie Schoemann (Resembles Warship Girls version of Lieselotte Maaß, damaged beyond economical repair by gunfire in 1942 by HMS Edinburgh, was scuttled north of Teríberka, Múrmanskaja Óblast', Russia)
    Z8 KMS Bruno Heinemann — Brigitte Marion Heinemann (Was sunk by mine strike in 1942 in the Dover Strait near Bruges, West Vloandern Region, Belgium)
    Z9 KMS Wolfgang Zenker — Wilma Ortrun Zenker (Damaged beyond economical repair by gunfire in 1940 during the Second Battle of Narvik by Royal Navy forces, was run aground in the Rombaken Fjord south of east from Narvik, Nordland County, Norway)
    Z10 KMS Hans Lody — Hedwig Carla Lody (Surrendered to the United Kingdom in 1945, used as barracks ship with pennant R38, was scrapped in 1949)
    Z11 KMS Bernd von Arnim — Bianka Fritzi, Freiin von Arnim (Damaged beyond economical repair by gunfire in 1940 during the Second Battle of Narvik by Royal Navy forces, was run aground in the Rombaken Fjord south of east from Narvik, Nordland County, Norway)
    Z12 KMS Erich Giese — Evelyn Trudl Giese (Was sunk by gunfire in 1940 during the Second Battle of Narvik southwest of Narvik, Nordland County, Norway)
    Z13 KMS Erich Koellner — Emma Luitgard Koellner (Resembles Warship Girls version of Mara Heidkamp, damaged beyond economical repair by gunfire in 1940 during the Second Battle of Narvik by Royal Navy forces, was scuttled west-southwest of Narvik, Nordland County, Norway)
    Z14 KMS Friedrich Ihn — Maria Franka Ihn/Maríja Frídrikhovna In Мария Фридриховна Ин (Resembles Warship Girls version of Heidi Lüdemann, surrendered to the Soviet Union in 1945, renamed ÈM Prýtkij ЭM Прыткий with pennant 605, was scrapped in 1952)
    Z15 KMS Erich Steinbrinck — Ernestine Verena Steinbrink/Èrevána Érikovna Stéjnbrink Эревана Эриковна Стейнвринк (Resembles Warship Girls version of Anna von Roeder, surrendered to the Soviet Union in 1945, renamed ÈM Pýlkij ЭМ Пылкий with pennant 606, was scrapped in 1958)
    Z16 KMS Friedrich Eckoldt — Thora Flora Eckoldt (Resembles Warship Girls self, was sunk by gunfire in 1942 during the Battle of the Barents Sea by HMS Sheffield north of Hamningberg, Finnmark County, Norway)


    VON ROEDER-CLASS DESTROYER (TYPE 1936)
    Z17 KMS Diether von Roeder — Maria Anna, Freiin von Roeder (Resembles Victory Belles version of Heidi Lüdemann, damaged beyond economical repair by gunfire in 1940 during the Second Battle of Narvik by Royal Navy forces, was scuttled south of Narvik, Nordland County, Norway)
    Z18 KMS Hans Lüdemann — Heidi Sofia Lüdemann (Resembles Azur Lane self, damaged beyond economical repair by gunfire in 1940 during the Second Battle of Narvik by Royal Navy forces, was run aground in the Rombaken Fjord south of east from Narvik, Nordland County, Norway)
    Z19 KMS Hermann Künne — Heather Marlene Künne (Resembles Azur Lane self, Damaged beyond economical repair by gunfire in 1940 during the Second Battle of Narvik by Royal Navy forces, was run aground north of Narvik, Nordland County, Norway; was partially dismantled after World War Two)
    Z20 KMS Karl Galster — Karla Käthe Galster/Kárla Kárlovna Gál'ster Карла Карловна Гальстер (Resembles Azur Lane self, surrendered to the Soviet Union in 1945, renamed ÈM Próchnyj ЭМ Прочный with pennant 607, was scrapped in 1956)
    Z21 KMS Wilhelm Heidkamp — Wilhelmina Mara Heidkamp (Resembles Azur Lane self, was sunk by gunfire in 1940 during the First Battle of Narvik by HM Ships Hardy, Havock, Hunter, Hotspur and Hero south of Narvik, Nordland County, Norway)
    Z22 KMS Anton Schmitt — Antonia Lotta Schmitt (Resembles Warship Girls self, was sunk by gunfire and torpedo strike in 1940 during the First Battle of Narvik by HM Ships Hardy, Havock, Hunter, Hotspur and Hero south of Narvik, Nordland County, Norway)


    LUCKNER-CLASS DESTROYER (TYPE 1936A "NARVIK")
    Z23 KMS Felix von Luckner — Felicie Petra Alina Gerde, Gräfin von Luckner (Resembles Azur Lane self, damaged beyond economical repair by air attack in 1944 at La Rochelle, Charente-Maritime Department, France; was scuttled and partially scrapped; salvaged and was scrapped in 1951) * Was not named while part of the Kriegsmarine; known as KMS Z23.
    Z24 KMS Karl von Müller — Karla Friede Marthe, Freiin von Müller (Resembles Warship Girls self, was sunk by air strike in 1944 at Le Verdon-sur-Mer, Gironde Department, France; wreck salvaged and scrapped post-war) * Was not named while part of the Kriegsmarine; known as KMS Z24.
    Z25 KMS Nikolaus zu Dohna-Schlodien — Louise Hilde Hoche, Burggräfin und Gräfin zu Dohna-Schlodien (Resembles Azur Lane self, surrendered to France in 1946, renamed CT Hoche with pennant T222, was scrapped in 1961) * Was not named while part of the Kriegsmarine; known as KMS Z25.
    Z26 KMS Hans Zenker — Hiltrud Wilfreda Zenker (Was sunk by gunfire in 1942 by HMS Eclipse north of Západnyj Kil'dín, Múrmanskaja Óblast', Russia) * Was not named while part of the Kriegsmarine; known as KMS Z26.
    Z27 KMS Gustav Steinhauer — Griselda Adelinde Steinhauer (Was sunk by gunfire in 1943 during the Battle of the Bay of Biscay by HM Ships Glasgow and Enterprise west-northwest of A Coruña, Spain) * Was not named while part of the Kriegsmarine; known as KMS Z27.
    Z28 KMS Hellmuth von Mücke — Hermine Ursula, Freiin von Mücke (Resembles Warship Girls self, was sunk by air attack in 1945 by Royal Air Force bombers west of Mamónovo, Kaliningrádskaja Óblast', Russia) * Was not named while part of the Kriegsmarine; known as KMS Z28.
    Z29 KMS Reinhold Poss — Rosalind Sofia Poss (Surrendered to the United States in 1945, was scuttled in 1946 southwest of Vestbygd, Agder County, Norway) * Was not named while part of the Kriegsmarine; known as KMS Z29.
    Z30 KMS Gunther Plüschow — Gertrude Emlin Plüschow (Surrendered to the United Kingdom in 1945, used as target ship, was scrapped in 1948) * Was not named while part of the Kriegsmarine; known as KMS Z30.


    HERZOG ZU MECKLENBURG-CLASS DESTROYER (TYPE 1936A "MOB")
    Z31 KMS Herzog zu Mecklenburg — Paula Fritzi Charlotte Alexa Michelle Marceau, Fürstin zu Mecklenburg (Resembles Warship Girls self, surrendered to France in 1945, renamed CT Marceau with pennant T223, was scrapped in the early 1960s) * Was not named while part of the Kriegsmarine; known as KMS Z31.
    Z32 KMS Freiherr von Hochstadt — Melusine Mathilde Sophie, Freiin von Hochstadt (Damaged beyond economical repair by gunfire in 1944 during the Battle of the Ushant by HMC Ships Haida and Huron, forced aground on the Île de Batz, Finistère Department, France) * Was not named while part of the Kriegsmarine; known as KMS Z32.
    Z33 KMS Karl Meyer — Kersten Kasimira Meyer/Khristína Kárlovna Méjer Кристина Карловна Мейер (Surrendered to the Soviet Union in 1945, renamed ÈM Provórnyj ЭМ Проворный with pennant 608, badly damaged by fire in 1960, was scrapped two years later) * Was not named while part of the Kriegsmarine; known as KMS Z33.
    Z34 KMS Günther Lütjens — Juliane Gretel Lütjens (Surrendered to the United States in 1945, was scuttled in 1946 southwest of Vestbygd, Agder County, Norway) * Was not named while part of the Kriegsmarine; known as KMS Z34.
    Z37 KMS Ernst Lindemann — Ortrun Emmaline Lindemann (Damaged beyond economical repair in 1943 during the Battle of the Bay of Biscay by collision with KMS Z32, was scuttled near Bordeaux, Gironde Department, France; wreck salvaged and was scrapped in 1949) * Was not named while part of the Kriegsmarine; known as KMS Z37.
    Z38 KMS Ernst Lehmann — Adala Ilse Lehmann (Surrendered to the United Kingdom in 1945, renamed HMS Nonsuch [second of name] with pennant R40, used as target ship and was sunk in explosives test in 1949 in Loch Striven, Argyll and Bute, Scotland; was scrapped later that year) * Was not named while part of the Kriegsmarine; known as KMS Z38.
    Z39 KMS Hans Langsdorff — Helene Waltraud Langsdorff-Sigel (Surrendered to the United States in 1945, re-designated USS DD-939 [no name]; transferred to France as spare parts hulk in 1948, was scrapped in 1964; given American name USS Franz Sigel) * Was not named while part of the Kriegsmarine; known as KMS Z39.


    NERGER-CLASS DESTROYER (TYPE 1936B)
    Z35 KMS Karl August Nerger — Katherine Augusta Nerger (Resembles Azur Lane self, was sunk by mine strike in 1944 northwest of Tallinn, Harju County, Estonia) * Was not named while part of the Kriegsmarine; known as KMS Z35.
    Z36 KMS Karl Rose — Käthe Leni Rose (Resembles Azur Lane self, was sunk by mine strike in 1944 northwest of Tallinn, Harju County, Estonia) * Was not named while part of the Kriegsmarine; known as KMS Z36.
    Z40 DMS Karl Boy-Ed — Ida Ernestina Boy-Ed (Cancelled before construction in 1940) * No name assigned, planned as KMS Z40.
    Z41 DMS Friedrich Bonte — Ivonne Frauke Bonte (Cancelled before construction in 1940) * No name assigned, planned as KMS Z41.
    Z42 DMS Erich Bey — Emeline Sibylle Bey (Cancelled before construction in 1940) * No name assigned, planned as KMS Z42.
    Z43 KMS Harald Netzbandt — Irmalinda Bärbel Netzbandt (Damaged beyond economical repair by mine strike in 1945 near Rostock, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern; was later scuttled east of Westerholtz, Schleswig-Holstein) * Was not named while part of the Kriegsmarine; known as KMS Z43.
    Z44 DMS Lothar von Arnauld — Leonore Kreszenz, Freiin von Arnauld de la Perière (Sunk by air raid in 1944 by Royal Air Force bombers at Bremen, was scrapped between 1948-49) * Was not named while part of the Kriegsmarine; known as KMS Z44.
    Z45 DMS Waldemar Kophamel — Wilhelmine Verena Kophamel (Cancelled before launching due to the end of the war in 1945, was scrapped on slip the next year) * No name assigned, planned as KMS Z45.


    KÖBIS-CLASS DESTROYER (TYPE 1936C)
    Z46 DMS Albin Köbis — Alwine Köbis (Resembles Azur Lane self, cancelled before launching due to the end of the war in 1945, was destroyed later that year) * No name assigned, planned as KMS Z46.
    Z47 DMS Max Reichpietsch — Maria Reichpietsch (Cancelled before launching due to the end of the war in 1945, was destroyed later that year) * No name assigned, planned as KMS Z47.
    Z48 DMS Hans Paasche — Haduwig Paasche (Cancelled before construction in 1943) * No name assigned, planned as KMS Z48.
    Z49 DMS Hans Beimler — Ursula Beimler (Cancelled before construction in 1943) * No name assigned, planned as KMS Z49.
    Z50 DMS Reinhold Saltzwedel — Rosamund Saltzwedel (Cancelled before construction in 1943) * No name assigned, planned as KMS Z50.


    BLUMENTHAL-CLASS LARGE DESTROYER/RECONNAISSANCE CRUISER
    Z51 DMS Otto Blumenthal — Lorelei Ottoline Blumenthal (Originally known as KMS SP1 with pennant Z40, cancelled before launching in 1941, was scrapped on slip) *
    Z52 DMS Martin Niemöller — Elsa Lorelei Hannelore Niemöller (Originally known as KMS SP2 with pennant Z41, cancelled before construction in 1941) *
    Z53 DMS Wilhelm Canaris — Viktoria Ilma Canaris (Originally known as KMS SP3 with pennant Z42), cancelled before construction in 1941) *
    Z54 DMS Karl Friedrich Stellbrink — Gerlinde Dietricha Stellbrink (Originally known as KMS SP4, cancelled before construction in 1941) *
    Z55 DMS Nikolaus von Üxküll-Gyllenband — Gabriele Karlene, Gräfin von Üxküll-Gyllenband (Originally known as KMS SP5, cancelled before construction in 1941) *
    Z56 DMS Georg von Boeselager — Ivonette Porsche, Freiin von Boeselager (Originally known as KMS SP6, cancelled before construction in 1941) *


    DONAU-CLASS (FLETCHER-CLASS) DESTROYER
    Z57 DMS Donau — Magdalene Anthony (Resembles Warship Girls self, built in the United States as USS Anthony [second of name] with hull number DD-515, transferred to Germany in 1958 and renamed DMS Z1, decommissioned in 1976, was sunk as target by torpedo strike in 1979 by DMS U-29 in the Mediterranean Sea) * Given new pennant number to conform with master list when given name.
    Z58 DMS Rhein — Cecilia Wilma Ringgold Σεσίλια Γουίλα Ρίνγκολντ (Built in the United States as USS Ringgold with hull number DD-500, transferred to Germany in 1959 and renamed DMS Z2; transferred to Greece in 1981, renamed AT Kímon ΑΤ Κίμων with pennant A54, was scrapped in 1993) * Given new pennant number to conform with master list when given name.
    Z59 DMS Elbe — Alina Sotiria Wadsworth Αλίνα Σωτήρα Γουἀδσγους (Built in the United States as USS Wadsworth with hull number DD-516, transferred to Germany in 1959 and renamed DMS Z3; transferred to Greece in 1980, renamed AT Néarchos ΑΤ Νέαρχος with pennant A52, was scrapped in 1991) * Given new pennant number to conform with master list when given name.
    Z60 DMS Neiße — Theresia Claxton (Resembles Warship Girls self, built in the United States as USS Claxton with hull number DD-571, transferred to Germany in 1959 and renamed DMS Z4; transferred to Greece in 1981 for spare parts, was scrapped the next year) * Given new pennant number to conform with master list when given name.
    Z61 DMS Main — Cassandra Dyson (Resembles Warship Girls self, built in the United States as USS Dyson with hull number DD-572, transferred to Germany in 1960 and renamed DMS Z5; transferred to Greece in 1982 for spare parts, was scrapped the next year) * Given new pennant number to conform with master list when given name.
    Z62 DMS Weser — Corinna Ausburne (Resembles Azur Lane self, built in the United States as USS Charles Ausburne [second of name] with hull number DD-570, transferred to Germany and renamed DMS Z6, decommissioned in 1968, was scrapped that year) * Given new pennant number to conform with master list when given name.


    Ship prefix

    German Navy ship prefixes by time period:
    KMS — Kriegsmarineschiff ("War Navy Ship") (1935-1945)
    DMS — Deutsches Marineschiff ("German Navy Ship") (1956-present; 1956-1991 West Germany only)


    Other navies:
    AT/AT — Antitorpilikó Αντιτορπιλικό ("Destroyer") (Greek Navy type prefix)
    CT — Contre-Torpilleur ("Torpedo Boat Destroyer") (French Navy type prefix)
    ÈM/ЭM — Èskádrennykh Minonósets Эскадренный Миноносец ("Squadron Torpedo Boat") (Russian/Soviet Navy type prefix)
    HMCS — His/Her Majesty's Canadian Ship
    HMS — His/Her Majesty's Ship
    USS — United States Ship


    Pennant superior letters and Hull classification codes

    A — Antitorpilikó Αντιτορπιλικό ("Destroyer") (Greek Navy pennant superior)
    DD — Destroyer (United States Navy hull classification code)
    SP — Spähkreuzer ("Scout Cruiser")
    T — Torpilleur ("Torpedo Boat") (French Navy pennant superior)
    Z — Zerstörer ("Destroyer")
     
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    OblivionFan007 Not too sore, are you?

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    Huh, I didn't see the alert. I'll be back later x3.
     
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  11. Extras: Germany: Submarines (Types II, V, XVII and XVIII)
    Pyeknu

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    Now, the first of several submarine files from Germany...

    KANTAI COLLECTION/AZUR LANE/WARSHIP GIRLS
    LIST OF TYPES II, V, XVII AND XVIII SUBMARINES (GERMAN NAVY)

    Note: All World War Two submarine pennant numbers are advanced by 380 to include all Great War submarines under one single list. Also note that all submarines were also given proper ship names so as to not rely on old pennant numbers.

    No./Ship Name — Human Name (Fate)

    TYPE II-A COASTAL SUBMARINE
    U381 KMS U-1 — Jutta Maria Deecke (Was sunk by mine strike in 1940 north of Tershelling, Friesland, the Netherlands; given new name DMS Meerprime)
    U382 KMS U-2 — Huela Maddalyn Michahelles (Was sunk by collision in 1944 with SS Helmi Söhle north of Baltíjsk, Kaliningrádskaja Óblast, Russia; given new name DMS Meereshöhle)
    U383 KMS U-3 — Hilma Magnhilde Meckel (Decommissioned in 1944, cannibalized for spare parts, was scrapped post-war; given new name DMS Messerherz)
    U384 KMS U-4 — Hildreth Mahenyld Weingaertner (Decommissioned in 1944, cannibalized for spare parts, captured by the Soviet Union the following year, was scuttled later that year off Ustka, Pomorskie, Poland; salvaged in 1950, was scrapped the following year; given new name DMS Meerjungfrau)
    U385 KMS U-5 — Rolanda Wanda Dau (Was sunk in 1943 due to diving accident west-northwest of Baltíjsk, Kaliningrádskaja Óblast, Russia; given new name DMS Weißerstör)
    U386 KMS U-6 — Lyndee Winifred Mathes (Decommissioned in 1944, cannibalized for spare parts, captured by the Soviet Union the following year, was scuttled later that year off Ustka, Pomorskie, Poland; salvaged in 1950, was scrapped the following year; given new name DMS Weißerseehund)


    TYPE II-B COASTAL SUBMARINE
    U387 KMS U-7 — Guida Tabea Loeschcke (Was sunk in 1944 due to diving accident west-northwest of Baltíjsk, Kaliningrádskaja Óblast, Russia; given new name DMS Treuorum)
    U388 KMS U-8 — Haldis Sophia Grosse (Decommissioned in 1945, was scuttled later that year at Wilhelmshaven, Niedersachsen; wreck salvaged and scrapped post-war; given new name DMS Silbernesrad)
    U389 KMS U-9 — Hédvih Héjnrikhovna Klápdora Гедвіг Гейнріховна Клапдора (Was sunk by air attack in 1944 by Soviet Air Force bombers off Constanța, Romania; was salvaged by the Soviet Union later that year, re-named PPL TS-16 ППЛ ТС-16, found to be too worn out for service, was scrapped in 1946; adopted by the Ukraine, renamed PCh Chórnyj Khrest ПЧ Чорний Хрест with pennant 300) *
    U390 KMS U-10 — Heike Landra Scheringer (Decommissioned in 1944, cannibalized for spare parts, captured by the Soviet Union the following year, was scuttled later that year off Ustka, Pomorskie, Poland; salvaged in 1950, was scrapped the following year; given new name DMS Leichterwind)
    U391 KMS U-11 — Helisent Rillie Rösing (Decommissioned in 1945, was scuttled later that year at Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein; salvaged and was scrapped in 1947; given new name DMS Speerkämpfer)
    U392 KMS U-12 — Didrika Baldith, Freiin von der Ropp (Was sunk by mine strike in 1939 southeast of Deal, Kent, England; given new name DMS Braunerelch)
    U393 KMS U-13 — Hannah Genowefa, Freiin von Stockhausen (Was sunk by depth charge attack in 1940 by HMS Weston east-southeast of Lowestoft, Suffolk, England; given new name DMS Weißklee)
    U394 KMS U-14 — Vreni Hannelore Oehrn (Decommissioned in 1945, was scuttled later that year at Wilhelmshaven, Niedersachsen; wreck salvaged and scrapped post-war; given new name DMS Hügelwächter)
    U395 KMS U-15 — Porsche Ramonda Frahm (Was sunk by collision in 1940 with KMS Iltis west-northwest of Tönning, Schleswig-Holstein; given new name DMS Roteburg)
    U396 KMS U-16 — Hannele Vanda Wellner (Was sunk by mine strike in 1939 northeast of Dover, Kent, England; given new name DMS Weißerschwan)
    U397 KMS U-17 — Wibeke Galiana Fresdorf (Decommissioned in 1945, was scuttled later that year to prevent capture at Wilhelmshaven, Niedersachsen; wreck salvaged and scrapped post-war; given new name DMS Grünestor)
    U398 KMS U-18 — Halýna Ivánivna Páukshtadt Галина Іванівна Паукштадт (Damaged beyond economical repair air attack in 1944 by Soviet Air Force bombers off Constanța, Romania; was salvaged by the Soviet Union later that year, found incapable of further service, was scuttled in 1947 off Sevastópol', Crimea; adopted by the Ukraine, renamed PCh Chervónyj Mech ПЧ Червоний Меч with pennant 301) *
    U399 KMS U-19 — Vasylýna Víktorivna Shjúttse Василина Вікторівна Шютце (Was scuttled in 1944 north of Zonguldak, Turkey; adopted by the Ukraine, renamed PCh Chórna Parasól'ka ПЧ Чорна Парасолька with pennant 302) *
    U400 KMS U-20 — Hánna Ivánivna Ékkerman Ганна Іванівна Еккерман (Was scuttled in 1944 north of Zonguldak, Turkey; adopted by the Ukraine, renamed PCh Chórnyj Krokodýl ПЧ Чорний Крокодил with pennant 303) *
    U401 KMS U-21 — Kalona Rebekka Freiwald (Decommissioned in 1944, cannibalized for spare parts, captured by the Soviet Union later that year, was scrapped post-war; given new name DMS Roterelch)
    U402 KMS U-22 — Kreszentia Hawisia Jenisch (Was sunk due to unknown causes in 1940 somewhere west of Skjern, Midtjylland, Denmark; given new name DMS Schwarzermann)
    U403 KMS U-23 — Jelysavéta Éberhardivna Godt Єлисавета Ебергардівна Ґодт (Was scuttled in 1944 north of Zonguldak, Turkey; adopted by the Ukraine, renamed PCh Vesélkovyj Pirát ПЧ Веселковий Пірат with pennant 304) *
    U404 KMS U-24 — Khrystýna Hájntsivna Bukhhól'ts Христина Гайнцівна Бухгольц (Damaged beyond economical repair air attack in 1944 by Soviet Air Force bombers off Constanța, Romania; was salvaged by the Soviet Union later that year, found incapable of further service, was scuttled in 1947 off Sevastópol', Crimea; adopted by the Ukraine, renamed PCh Chórna Kíshka ПЧ Чорна Кішка with pennant 305) *
    U500 KMS U-120 — Emmaleah Belynda Bauer (Was scuttled in 1945 to prevent capture at Bremerhaven, Bremen; salvaged and was scrapped post-war; given new name DMS Blattanker)
    U501 KMS U-121 — Katrina Eraman Schroeter (Was scuttled in 1945 to prevent capture at Bremerhaven, Bremen; salvaged and was scrapped post-war; given new name DMS Schwertschild)


    TYPE II-C COASTAL SUBMARINE
    U436 KMS U-56 — Warda Eamma Zahn (Damaged beyond economical repair by air attack in 1945 by United States Army Air Forces bombers at Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein; decommissioned afterwards, was scuttled to prevent capture, salvaged and was scrapped post-war; given new name DMS Eiszahn)
    U437 KMS U-57 — Cordula Kaethe Korth (Was sunk in collision in 1940 with SS Rona at Brunsbüttel, Schleswig-Holstein; salvaged and repaired the following year, decommissioned in 1945, was scuttled to prevent capture later that year at Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein; salvaged and was scrapped post-war; given new name DMS Kleeschuh)
    U438 KMS U-58 — Henria Zoe Kuppisch (Decommissioned in 1945, was scuttled later that year to prevent capture at Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein; salvaged and was scrapped post-war; given new name DMS Zylinder)
    U439 KMS U-59 — Helisent Sedemai Jürst (Decommissioned in 1945, was scuttled later that year to prevent capture at Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein; salvaged and was scrapped post-war; given new name DMS Skorpion)
    U440 KMS U-60 — Galiana Edith Schewe (Decommissioned in 1945, was scuttled later that year to prevent capture at Wilhelmshaven, Niedersachsen; salvaged and was scrapped post-war; given new name DMS Edlessiegel)
    U441 KMS U-61 — Jeni Einilda Oesten (Decommissioned in 1945, was scuttled later that year to prevent capture at Wilhelmshaven, Niedersachsen; salvaged and was scrapped post-war; given new name DMS Ehrenpakt)
    U442 KMS U-62 — Hanneli Berendina Michalowski (Decommissioned in 1945, was scuttled later that year to prevent capture at Wilhelmshaven, Niedersachsen; salvaged and was scrapped post-war; given new name DMS Schwarzeschwerter)
    U443 KMS U-63 — Gartrude Genivee Lorentz (Was sunk by depth charge attack in 1940 by HM Ships Escort, Inglefield and Imogen east southeast of Kirkwall, Orkney Islands, Scotland; given new name DMS Grünerfrosch)


    TYPE II-D COASTAL SUBMARINE
    U517 KMS U-137 — Wanda Hanneli Heidi Wohlfarth (Decommissioned in 1945, was scuttled later that year to prevent capture at Wilhelmshaven, Niedersachsen; salvaged and was scrapped post-war; given new name DMS Parzival)
    U518 KMS U-138 — Ulka Bertilde Lüth (Was sunk by depth charge attack in 1941 by HMS Faulknor west-southwest of Cádiz, Andalusia, Spain; given new name DMS Braunerlöwe)
    U519 KMS U-139 — Roberta Raynel Bartels (Decommissioned in 1945, was scuttled later that year to prevent capture at Wilhelmshaven, Niedersachsen; salvaged and was scrapped post-war; given new name DMS Roteslob)
    U520 KMS U-140 — Hedi Petronille Hinsch (Decommissioned in 1945, was scuttled later that year to prevent capture at Wilhelmshaven, Niedersachsen; salvaged and was scrapped post-war; given new name DMS Weissesschloss)
    U521 KMS U-141 — Henria Olaia Schultze (Decommissioned in 1945, was scuttled later that year to prevent capture at Wilhelmshaven, Niedersachsen; salvaged and was scrapped post-war; given new name DMS Raketenteufel)
    U522 KMS U-142 — Adaleigh Nixie Clausen (Decommissioned in 1945, was scuttled later that year to prevent capture at Wilhelmshaven, Niedersachsen; salvaged and was scrapped post-war; given new name DMS Weißerdiamant)
    U523 KMS U-143 — Escher Sigismunda Mengersen (Surrendered to the United Kingdom in 1945, was scuttled later that year in Operation: Deadlight northwest of Derrybeg, County Donegal, Ireland; given new name DMS Schwarzekäfer)
    U524 KMS U-144 — Grizelle Rixa, Freiin von Mittelstaedt (Was sunk by torpedo strike in 1941 by PLF Sch-307 [now PL Treská] west of Hiiumaa Island, Estonia; given new name DMS Rotereihwaz)
    U525 KMS U-145 — Hawise Rieka Driver (Surrendered to the United Kingdom in 1945, was scuttled later that year in Operation: Deadlight northwest of Derrybeg, County Donegal, Ireland; given new name DMS Richtigehufeisen)
    U526 KMS U-146 — Edelle Swanhilde Hoffmann (Scuttled in 1945 to prevent capture at Wilhelmshaven, Niedersachsen; salvaged and was scrapped post-war; given new name DMS Seeleopard)
    U527 KMS U-147 — Elouise Filiberta Wetjen (Was sunk by depth charge attack in 1941 by HM Ships Wanderer and Periwinkle west-southwest of Barra Island, Na h-Eileanan Siar, Scotland; given new name DMS Fliegendefisch)
    U528 KMS U-148 — Helma Joana Radke (Scuttled in 1945 to prevent capture at Wilhelmshaven, Niedersachsen; salvaged and was scrapped post-war; given new name DMS Kreiskatze)
    U529 KMS U-149 — Hulda Bruna Höltring (Surrendered to the United Kingdom in 1945, was scuttled later that year in Operation: Deadlight northwest of Derrybeg, County Donegal, Ireland; given new name DMS Bullenreiter)
    U530 KMS U-150 — Heileweis Kalona Kelling (Surrendered to the United Kingdom in 1945, was scuttled later that year in Operation: Deadlight northwest of Derrybeg, County Donegal, Ireland; given new name DMS Kastenkäfer)
    U531 KMS U-151 — Helisent Ulka Oestermann (Scuttled in 1945 to prevent capture at Wilhelmshaven, Niedersachsen; salvaged and was scrapped post-war; given new name DMS Weißeverbindung)
    U532 KMS U-152 — Petri Emmeline Cremer (Scuttled in 1945 to prevent capture at Wilhelmshaven, Niedersachsen; salvaged and was scrapped post-war; given new name DMS Weißeschwerter)


    TYPE V RESEARCH SUBMARINE
    U380 DMS V-80 — (Never formally commissioned by Germany, used as research test ship for Type XVII coastal submarines, was scuttled to prevent capture in 1945 at Hel, Pomorskie, Poland; salvaged and was scrapped post-war; given new name DMS Perhydrol)

    TYPE XVII-A COASTAL SUBMARINE
    U1132 KMS U-752 — Hildegunn Marlenne Heitz (Scuttled to prevent capture in 1945 at Rendsburg, Schleswig-Holstein; salvaged by the United Kingdom for examination, was scrapped post-war; given new name DMS Meeresuniversität)
    U1133 KMS U-753 — Grizel Florentia Schauenburg (Scuttled to prevent capture in 1945 at Rendsburg, Schleswig-Holstein; salvaged by the United Kingdom for examination, was scrapped post-war; given new name DMS Fliegendanker)
    U1134 KMS U-754 — Velma Katharina Klug (Scuttled to prevent capture in 1945 northeast of Kappeln, Schleswig-Holstein; salvaged and was scrapped post-war; given new name DMS Königlichgreif)
    U1135 KMS U-755 — Halfrida Grethe Selle (Decommissioned in 1945, scuttled later that year to prevent capture at Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein; salvage and was scrapped post-war; given new name DMS Goldenanker)


    TYPE XVII-B COASTAL SUBMARINE
    U1785 KMS U-1405 — Wanda Rex (Resembles Warship Girls self, was scuttled in 1945 to prevent capture off Eckenförde, Schleswig-Holstein; salvaged and was scrapped post-war; given new name DMS Roteseichhörnchen)
    U1786 KMS U-1406 — Vreni Richelle Klug (Surrendered to the United States in 1945 at war's end, was scrapped in 1948; given new name DMS Rotegreif)
    U1787 KMS U-1407 — Gertrude Minette Grumpelt (Surrendered to the United Kingdom in 1945 at war's end, commissioned as HMS/M Meteorite, decommissioned in 1949, was scrapped that year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant S713) *
    U1788 DMS U-1408 — Herminia Karolina Walter (Damaged in air raid while still under construction in 1945 at Hamburg, scuttled there to prevent capture, salvaged and was scrapped post-war; given new name DMS Natter)
    U1789 DMS U-1409 — Jana Helga Kröhl (Damaged in air raid while still under construction in 1945 at Hamburg, scuttled there to prevent capture, salvaged and was scrapped post-war; given new name DMS Forscher)
    U1790 DMS U-1410 — Allisane Karola Ballin (Damaged in air raid while still under construction in 1945 at Hamburg, scuttled there to prevent capture, salvaged and was scrapped post-war; given new name DMS Kreuzfahrtschiff)
    U1791 DMS U-1411 — Kornelia Petronille Zuse (Cancelled before construction in 1943; given new name DMS Plankalkül)
    U1792 DMS U-1412 — Cleotilde Edeltraud Zeiss (Cancelled before construction in 1943; given new name DMS Entfernungsmesser)
    U1793 DMS U-1413 — Gudruna Allissa Weißkopf (Cancelled before construction in 1943; given new name DMS Einundzwanzig)
    U1794 DMS U-1414 — Winifred Emestine Weber (Cancelled before construction in 1943; given new name DMS Telegraf)
    U1795 DMS U-1415 — Marlisa Kristol Waldseemüller (Cancelled before construction in 1943; given new name DMS Kartografie)
    U1796 DMS U-1416 — Rhoslyn Vittoria Vetter (Cancelled before construction in 1943; given new name DMS Wasserkessel)


    TYPE XVIII AIP SUBMARINE
    U1176 DMS U-796 — Cordula Friederike Schönbein (Cancelled before launching in 1944, was scrapped on slip; given new name DMS Neunauge)
    U1177 DMS U-797 — Adelina Heidi Scherbius (Cancelled before launching in 1944, was scrapped on slip; given new name DMS Hagefisch)


    Ship prefix

    DMS — Deutsches Marineschiff ("German Navy Ship") (German Navy prefix from 1955)
    HMS — His/Her Majesty's Ship
    HMS/M — His/Her Majesty's Submarine
    KMS — Kriegsmarineschiff ("War Navy Ship") (German Navy prefix from 1935-1945)
    PCh/ПЧ — Pidvódnyj Chóven Підводний Човен ("Submarine") (Ukrainian Navy type prefix)
    PPL/ППЛ — Pribpézhnaja Podvódnaja Lódka Прибрежная Подводная Лодка ("Coastal Submarine") (Soviet Navy type prefix)


    Pennant superior letters

    S — Submarine (Royal Navy pennant superior)
    U — Unterseeboot ("Undersea Ship") (German Navy pennant superior)
    Note that the modern Ukrainian Navy does not use pennant superior letters; all submarines are given triple-digit numbers in the 500 series.
     
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    OblivionFan007 Not too sore, are you?

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    Shit, I forgot. I'll see it today x3.
     
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