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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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    Yeah, sorry about that. Given past issues with the spoiler tags, I don't do it anymore unless I have to.
     
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    OblivionFan007 I trust you know where the happy button is?

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  3. Extras: Germany: Great War Submarines (Pennant Superior UC)
    Pyeknu

    Pyeknu Cross-Dimensional Magical Sith GIrl

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    And now Germany's coastal minelayer submarines from the Great War...

    KANTAI COLLECTION/AZUR LANE/WARSHIP GIRLS
    LIST OF GREAT WAR "UC" COASTAL MINELAYING SUBMARINES (GERMAN NAVY)

    No./Ship Name — Human Name (Fate)

    TYPE UC-I COASTAL MINELAYER SUBMARINE
    U188 SM UC-1 — Gerianne Christiane Mildenstein (Was sunk by probable mine strike in 1917 near Nieuwpoort, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium; given new name DMS Großenbrode)
    U189 SM UC-2 — Hawisa Kaethe Mey (Was sunk by collision in 1915 with MV Cottingham east of Lowestoft, East Suffolk, England; given new name DMS Hellersdorf)
    U190 SM UC-3 — Paulina Genevieve Kreysern (Was sunk by mine strike in 1916 northwest of Middelburg, Zeeland, the Netherlands; given new name DMS Pfedelbach)
    U191 SM UC-4 — Sarlote Karly, Freiin von Vesper (Was scuttled to prevent capture in 1918 north of Blankenberge, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium; given new name DMS Schalksmühle)
    U192 SM UC-5 — Sarah Hehilde, Freiin von Pustkuchen (Damaged beyond economical repair by grounding in 1916 north of east from Felixstowe, Suffolk, England; failed to be scuttled, was captured by the United Kingdom, eventually was scrapped post-war; given new name DMS Schlangen)
    U193 SM UC-6 — Maddalyn Geoffrey Reichenbach (Was sunk by mine net in 1917 northeast of Margate, Kent, England; given new name DMS Milowerland)
    U194 SM UC-7 — Hannah Gerdi Haag (Was sunk by possible mine strike in 1916 west of north from Zeebrugge, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium; given new name DMS Holzheim)
    U195 SM UC-8 — Debora Wilhelmina Catlana Schmidt van Scalongne (Damaged beyond economical repair by grounding in 1915 near Terschelling, Friesland, the Netherlands; was interred by the Netherlands, later purchased by same, commissioned as HrMs M-1; decommissioned for the second time in 1931, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the Netherlands, renamed ZrMs Hongerwinter with pennant O9, given German Navy pennant for administrative purposes) *


    U196 SM UC-9 — Melia Petronilla Schürmann (Was sunk by mine strike in 1915 southeast of Harwich, Essex, England; given new name DMS Melsdorf)
    U197 SM UC-10 — Pippi Willa Albrecht (Was sunk by torpedo strike in 1916 by HMS/M E-54 northeast of Middelburg, Zeeland, the Netherlands; given new name DMS Plötzkau)
    U198 SM UC-11 — Jasmin Kornelia Utke (Was sunk by mine strike in 1918 south of east from Felixstowe, Suffolk, England; given new name DMS Jacobsdorf)
    U199 SM UC-12 — Emerlinda Mariel Fröhner di Viotti (Assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1915 and re-designated SM U-24 as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, was sunk by explosion of her own mine magazine the following year near Taranto, Apulia, Italy; salvaged by Italy, commissioned as RM X-1, was scrapped after World War One; adopted by Italy, renamed MM Terracina with pennant S30, given German Navy pennant for administrative purposes) *
    U200 SM UC-13 — Leyna Joan Kirchner (Assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1915 and re-designated SM U-25 as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, was sunk by grounding in a storm later that year north of Kandıra, Kocaeli, Turkey; given new name DMS Lübstorf)
    U201 SM UC-14 — Odelinda Aldona Feddersen (Assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1915 and re-designated SM U-18 as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, restored to German control two years later, was sunk by mine strike later in 1917 near Zeebrugge, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium; given new name DMS Olderup)
    U202 SM UC-15 — Beatrisa Bobbe Heller (Assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1915 and re-designated SM U-19 as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, was sunk by unknown circumstances the following year near Sulina, Tulcea, Romania; given new name DMS Boxberg)


    TYPE UC-II COASTAL MINELAYER SUBMARINE
    U341 SM UC-16 — Frieda Genivee Reimarus (Was sunk by probable mine strike in 1917 near Zeebrugge, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium; given new name DMS Fennpfuhl)
    U342 SM UC-17 — Saacha Nadja, Freiin von Lyncker (Surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped two years later; given new name DMS Spandau)
    U343 SM UC-18 — Sarilda Wilma Kiel (Was sunk by gunfire in 1917 by HMS Lady Olive south of Saint Peter Port, Guernsey, the Channel Islands; given new name DMS Schiffdorf)
    U344 SM UC-19 — Sarohildi Adabelle Nitzsche (Was sunk by possible depth charge attack in 1916 by HMS Landrail east of Aldeburgh, Suffolk, England; given new name DMS Schlangen)
    U345 SM UC-20 — Nadette Otylia Kümpel (Assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1916 and re-designated SM U-60 as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, surrendered to the Allies two years later, was scrapped in 1920; retained by Germany, given new name DMS Nienstedten)
    U346 SM UC-21 — Florentina Willa, Freiin von Zerboni di Sposetti (Was sunk by unknown circumstances in 1917 en route to the Bay of Biscay; given new name DMS Fuchsmühl)
    U347 SM UC-22 — Ilse Eamma Wiesenbach (Assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1916 and re-designated SM U-62 as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, surrendered to the Allies two years later, was scrapped in 1921; retained by Germany, given new name DMS Immenstaad)
    U348 SM UC-23 — Irmigard Heidi Geralyn Lübbe (Assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1916 and re-designated SM U-63 as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, surrendered to the Allies two years later, was scrapped in 1921; retained by Germany, given new name DMS Ihlow)
    U349 SM UC-24 — Felisberta Kristol Willich (Assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1917 and re-designated SM U-88 as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, was sunk by torpedo strike later that year by SM Circé southwest of Kotor, Montenegro; retained by Germany, given new name DMS Fuldatal)
    U350 SM UC-25 — Beatrisa Willa Lippold (Assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1917 and re-designated SM U-89 as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, was scuttled to prevent capture the following year near Pula, Istra, Croatia; retained by Germany, given new name DMS Budenheim)


    U351 SM UC-26 — Saxa Mahenyld, Gräfin von Schmettow (Was sunk by ramming in 1917 by HMS Milne northwest of Calais, Hauts-de-France, France; given new name DMS Steinhöfel)
    U352 SM UC-27 — Karolina Olinda Gerke (Surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped in 1921; given new name DMS Katlenburg)
    U353 SM UC-28 — Wendi Trudi Schultz (Surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was subsequently scrapped; given new name DMS Wennigsen)
    U354 SM UC-29 — Porsche Eilika Rosenow (Was sunk by gunfire in 1917 by HMS Pargust west of Waterville, County Kerry, Ireland; given new name DMS Plattenburg)
    U355 SM UC-30 — Adalia Hadu Stenzler (Was sunk by mine strike in 1917 west-northwest of Blåvand, Syddanmark, Denmark; given new name DMS Altenpleen)
    U356 SM UC-31 — Sedehanna Kari, Freiin von Siewert (Surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped in 1922; given new name DMS Sulzbach)
    U357 SM UC-32 — Mathildis Hawisia Breyer (Was sunk by friendly mine strike in 1917 east of Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, England; given new name DMS Möglingen)
    U358 SM UC-33 — Bertina Alexandrine Arnold (Was sunk by ramming in 1917 by HMS P-61 east of south from Rosslare Harbour, County Wexford, Ireland; given new name DMS Berggießhübel)
    U359 SM UC-34 — Fabienne Helga Schüler (Assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1917 and re-designated SM U-74 as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, was scuttled to prevent capture the following year near Pula, Istra, Croatia; retained by Germany, given new name DMS Fuchsstadt)
    U360 SM UC-35 — Filma Hannele Perahta Korsch (Assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1917 and re-designated SM U-75 as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, was sunk by gunfire the following year by TE Aigli south of west from Santa Giusta, Sardinia, Italy; retained by Germany, given new name DMS Friedrichshain)


    U361 SM UC-36 — Walda Gerla Bach (Assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1917 and re-designated SM U-76 as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, was sunk by ramming later that year by MV Molière north-northwest of Île d'Ushant, Bretagne, France; retained by Germany, given new name DMS Westhofen)
    U362 SM UC-37 — Velma Othelia, Freiin von Launburg (Assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1917 and re-designated SM U-77 as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, surrendered to the Allies the following year, was scrapped two years later; retained by Germany, given new name DMS Veelböken)
    U363 SM UC-38 — Mila Lynde Halfrida Henria, Freiin von Wendlandt (Assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1917 and re-designated SM U-78 as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, was sunk by depth charge attack later that year by CTs Mameluk and Lansquenet off Damoulianáta, Ioníon Níson, Greece; retained by Germany, given new name DMS Mark Landin)
    U364 SM UC-39 — Sigfryda Ottilia Ehrentraut (Was sunk by combined depth charge attack and gunfire in 1917 by HMS Thrasher north of east from Hornsea, East Yorkshire, England; given new name DMS Siehdichum)
    U365 SM UC-40 — Beatrisa Genowefa Deuerlich (Surrendered to the Allies in 1918, sank while en route to internment the following year north-northwest of Terschelling, Friesland, the Netherlands; given new name DMS Bühren)
    U366 SM UC-41 — Swanhilde Hylda Förste (Was sunk by combined internal explosion and depth charge attack in 1917 by Royal Navy trawlers southeast of Carnoustie, Angus, Scotland; given new name DMS Sudenburg)
    U367 SM UC-42 — Susanne Heida Adelie Müller (Was sunk by internal explosion in 1917 south-southeast of Cobh, County Cork, Ireland; given new name DMS Schutterwald)
    U368 SM UC-43 — Wilfreda Eloise Sebelin (Was sunk by torpedo strike in 1917 by HMS/M G-13 north of northwest from Unst, Shetland, Scotland; given new name DMS Wangels)
    U369 SM UC-44 — Sieglind Katrina Tebbenjohanns (Was sunk by friendly mine strike in 1917 southeast of Waterford, Ireland; salvaged by the United Kingdom later that year, was subsequently scrapped; given new name DMS Sigmarszell)
    U370 SM UC-45 — Rosamond Wilma Ackermann (Was sunk by diving accident in 1917 west-southwest of Heligoland, Schleswig-Holstein; subsequently salvaged and returned to service the following year, surrendered to the Allies late in 1918, was scrapped two years later; given new name DMS Rabenau)


    U371 SM UC-46 — Grette Ferda Moecke (Was sunk by ramming in 1917 by HMS Liberty east of Dover, Kent, England; given new name DMS Gornhausen)
    U372 SM UC-47 — Maila Gerianne Wigankow (Was sunk by ramming in 1917 by HMS P-57 east-southeast of Bridlington, East Yorkshire, England; given new name DMS Melchow)
    U373 SM UC-48 — Kirsten Halfrida Lorenz (Damaged beyond economical repair by depth charge attack in 1918 by HMS Loyal, was interned at Ferrol, Galicia, Spain; surrendered to the Allies post-war, was subsequently scrapped; given new name DMS Knautkleeberg)
    U374 SM UC-49 — Margret Hattie Kükenthal (Was sunk by depth charge attack in 1918 by HMS Opossum east-southeast of Dartmouth, Dorset, England; given new name DMS Meeder)
    U375 SM UC-50 — Delma Richa Seuffer (Was sunk by unknown circumstances in 1918 in the Bay of Biscay; given new name DMS Degerloch)
    U376 SM UC-51 — Steffi Herminia Galster (Was sunk by mine strike in 1917 south-southeast of Salcombe, Devon, England; given new name DMS Sande)
    U377 SM UC-52 — Serilde Lenna Kalona Sahl (Assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1917 and re-designated SM U-94 as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was subsequently scrapped; retained by Germany, given new name DMS Schaafheim)
    U378 SM UC-53 — Amelinda Kalona Albrecht (Assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1917 and re-designated SM U-95 as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, was scuttled to prevent capture in 1918 off Pula, Istra, Croatia; retained by Germany, given new name DMS Adelebsen)
    U379 SM UC-54 — Warda Ormanda Loycke (Assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1917 and re-designated SM U-96 as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, was scuttled to prevent capture in 1918 near Trieste, Friuli Venezia Giulia, Italy; retained by Germany, given new name DMS Wendorf)
    U380 SM UC-55 — Frederika Haldis Raynne, Freiin von Lilienstern (Was sunk by accident in 1917 south-southeast of Lerwick, Shetland, Scotland; given new name DMS Fockbek)


    U381 SM UC-56 — Porsche Wilma Kiesewetter (Damaged beyond economic repair by mechanical issues in 1918, interned at Santander, Cantabria, Spain; surrendered to the Allies later that year, was subsequently scrapped; given new name DMS Probstheida)
    U382 SM UC-57 — Heidi Freida Wißmann (Was sunk by probable mine strike in 1917 somewhere in the Gulf of Finland; given new name DMS Hammerstein)
    U383 SM UC-58 — Miette Kaethe Schwarz (Surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped in 1921; given new name DMS Mildensee)
    U384 SM UC-59 — Sunhilde Hildreth Lefholz (Surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped two years later; given new name DMS Schönwald)
    U385 SM UC-60 — Analiese Walda, Freiin von Fischer (Surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped in 1921; given new name DMS Algermissen)
    U386 SM UC-61 — Katharina Georgia Gerth (Damaged beyond economical repair by grounding in 1917 west-southwest of Calais, Hauts-de-France, France; was scuttled to prevent capture; given new name DMS Kaulsdorf)
    U387 SM UC-62 — Delma Melda Schmitz (Was sunk by mine strike in 1917 west-northwest of Middelburg, Zeeland, the Netherlands; given new name DMS Dellbrück)
    U388 SM UC-63 — Sigmonda Klara, Freiin von Heydebreck (Was sunk by torpedo strike in 1917 by HMS/M E-52 east of Margate, Kent, England; given new name DMS Stoltebüll)
    U389 SM UC-64 — Robena Franka Schwartz (Was sunk by mine strike in 1918 south-southeast of Dover, Kent, England; given new name DMS Roßlau)
    U390 SM UC-65 — Bern Criseyde, Freiin von Lafrenz (Was sunk by torpedo strike in 1917 by HMS/M C-15 south-southeast of Eastbourne, East Sussex, England; given new name DMS Billstedt)


    U391 SM UC-66 — Delana Hollye, Freiin von Pustkuchen (Was sunk by air strike in 1917 by Royal Naval Air Service bomber west-northwest of Saint Just, Cornwall, England; given new name DMS Dörentrup)
    U392 SM UC-67 — Amalda Kristin, Freiin von Neumann (Surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped two years later; given new name DMS Alfter)
    U393 SM UC-68 — Bettie Huberta Degetau (Was sunk by possible friendly mine strike in 1917 south-southeast of Dartmouth, Dover, England; given new name DMS Bahrenfeld)
    U394 SM UC-69 — Gina Hawise Thielmann (Was sunk by collision in 1917 with SM U-96 [now DMS Schmalstede] northeast of Cherbourg, Normandie, France; given new name DMS Gernsbach)
    U395 SM UC-70 — Florentina Kerry Dobberstein (Was sunk by depth charge attack in 1918 by HMS Ouse northwest of Whitby, North Yorkshire, England; given new name DMS Friedland)
    U396 SM UC-71 — Hedda Emmylou Schmidt (Surrendered to the Allies in 1918, sank en route to be scrapped the following year south of Heligoland, Schleswig-Holstein; given new name DMS Hedersleben)
    U397 SM UC-72 — Frithela Emelyn, Freiin von Voigt (Was sunk by mine strike in 1917 south of east from Deal, Kent, England; given new name DMS Flöthe)
    U398 SM UC-73 — Mathildis Wibke Wiedemann (Assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1917 and re-designated SM U-92 as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, surrendered to the Allies the following year, was scrapped two years later; retained by Germany, given new name DMS Mittelstetten)
    U399 SM UC-74 — Trudl Hannele Schüler (Assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1917 and re-designated SM U-93 as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, was interned due to loss of fuel the following year at Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain; surrendered to the Allies later in 1918, was scrapped in 1921; retained by Germany, given new name DMS Thundorf)
    U400 SM UC-75 — Baldith Wendy Schmitz (Was sunk by ramming in 1918 by HMS Fairy east-northeast of Hornsea, East Yorkshire, England; given new name DMS Bönen)
    U401 SM UC-76 — Selina Willa Barten (Surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped two years later; given new name DMS Schlachtensee)
    U402 SM UC-77 — Brunhild Joanelle, Freiin von Ries (Was sunk by mine strike in 1918 north of west from Middelburg, Zeeland, the Netherlands; given new name DMS Birkweiler)
    U403 SM UC-78 — Josepha Helena Kukat (Was sunk by ramming in 1918 by MV Queen Alexandra west of north from Cherbourg, Normandie, France; given new name DMS Jakobsweiler)
    U404 SM UC-79 — Kreszentia Antonia Krameyer (Was sunk by mine strike in 1918 south of west from Calais, Hauts-de-France, France; given new name DMS Karow)


    TYPE UC-III COASTAL MINELAYER SUBMARINE
    U405 DMS UC-80 — Felicia Carolyn van Hanau-Lichtenberg (Incomplete at time of the Armistice, was scrapped on slip; adopted by Suriname, renamed SKS Paramaribo with pennant O70, given German Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *
    U406 DMS UC-81 — Joan Joaida van Becher (Incomplete at time of the Armistice, was scrapped on slip; adopted by Suriname, renamed SKS Wanica with pennant O71, given German Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *
    U407 DMS UC-82 — Sujata Wilma van Usselincx (Incomplete at time of the Armistice, was scrapped on slip; adopted by Suriname, renamed SKS Sipaliwini with pennant O72, given German Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *
    U408 DMS UC-83 — Nathalie Jauslyn van Forest (Incomplete at time of the Armistice, was scrapped on slip; adopted by Suriname, renamed SKS Nickerie with pennant O73, given German Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *
    U409 DMS UC-84 — Chimene Phoebe van Platevoet (Incomplete at time of the Armistice, was scrapped on slip; adopted by Suriname, renamed SKS Commewijne with pennant O74, given German Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *
    U410 DMS UC-85 — Priscilla Irmigard van Maire (Incomplete at time of the Armistice, was scrapped on slip; adopted by Suriname, renamed SKS Para with pennant O75, given German Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *
    U411 DMS UC-86 — Mienita Sigfreida van Blommaert (Incomplete at time of the Armistice, was scrapped on slip; adopted by Suriname, renamed SKS Marowijne with pennant O76, given German Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *
    U412 DMS UC-87 — Shalini Bertha van Moucheron (Incomplete at time of the Armistice, was scrapped on slip; adopted by Suriname, renamed SKS Saramacca with pennant O77, given German Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *
    U413 DMS UC-88 — Brigitte Jozette van Oldenbarnevelt (Incomplete at time of the Armistice, was scrapped on slip; adopted by Suriname, renamed SKS Brokopondo with pennant O78, given German Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *
    U414 DMS UC-89 — Chantal Marlene van Saksen (Incomplete at time of the Armistice, was scrapped on slip; adopted by Suriname, renamed SKS Coronie with pennant O79, given German Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *


    U415 SM UC-90 — Shizuka Jade Oldekop 静香·ジェイド·オルデコップ (Surrendered to the Allies in 1918, transferred to Japan, renamed THG O-4 THG 〇四, decommissioned for the second time in 1921, partially dismantled, remainder of hull used as anti-submarine warfare target, was scrapped in 1926; given new name DMS Schellerten, also given Japanese Maritime Self-Defence Force hull number SK-194 for administrative purposes)
    U416 SM UC-91 — Roysia Bette Gerke (Surrendered to the Allies in 1918, sank en route to internment the following year northwest of Terschelling, Friesland, the Netherlands; given new name DMS Rödinghausen)
    U417 SM UC-92 — Zoe Rheta Blohm (Surrendered to the Allies in 1918, subsequently beached as explosives trials ship near Pendennis Castle, Falmouth, Cornwall, England; wreck partially dismantled by 1921; given new name DMS Zecher)
    U418 SM UC-93 — Berdine Gerianne Bartholdy (Surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped the following year; given new name DMS Blankenberg)
    U419 SM UC-94 — Victoria Freida Wunderlich (Surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped the following year; given new name DMS Vöhringen)
    U420 SM UC-95 — Eberta Cheryle, Freiin von Reiche (Surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped in 1922; given new name DMS Eißendorf)
    U421 SM UC-96 — Pauline Franka Reiche (Surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped two years later; given new name DMS Falkenberg)
    U422 SM UC-97 — Nichola Wilma, Freiin von Wiedemann und Haussegger (Surrendered to the Allies in 1918, transferred to the United States, was sunk as target in 1921 off Highland Park, Illinois; adopted by the United States, renamed USS Haussegger with hull number SS-1197, given German Navy pennant for administrative purposes) *
    U423 SM UC-98 — Nina Hilma Stamer (Surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped the following year; given new name DMS Neuenkirchen)
    U424 SM UC-99 — Ophelia Fumi Weißhun オフィーリア·芙美·ヴァイシュン (Surrendered to the Allies in 1918, transferred to Japan, renamed THG O-5 THG 〇五, decommissioned for the second time in 1921, was sunk as target later that year; adopted by Japan, renamed NKG Ōko NKG おおこ with hull number SK-195, given German Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *


    U425 SM UC-100 — Zipporah Sigilwig Vahl (Surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped in 1921; given new name DMS Zeven)
    U426 SM UC-101 — Wanda Haldis Hilda Wurmbach (Surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped in 1922; given new name DMS Wilnsdorf)
    U427 SM UC-102 — Renilda Emmajean Dordt (Surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped in 1922; given new name DMS Riesweiler)
    U428 SM UC-103 — Mindi Alexandra Winther (Transferred to Austria-Hungary in 1918 and renamed SM U-99, surrendered to the Allies later that year, was scrapped in 1921; retained by Germany, given new name DMS Münsing)
    U429 SM UC-104 — Henrienna Jeralee Oldekop (Surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped in 1921; given new name DMS Holtsee)
    U430 SM UC-105 — Olivia Juliana Simmern (Surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped in 1922; given new name DMS Oppertshausen)
    U431 DMS UC-106 — Brienda Verena Welser de Zulia (Not commissioned by Germany at the time of the Armistice, surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped in 1921; adopted by Venezuela, renamed ARBV Zulia with pennant S04, given German Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *
    U432 DMS UC-107 — Francisca Adellene Ehinger de Miranda (Not commissioned by Germany at the time of the Armistice, surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped in 1921; adopted by Venezuela, renamed ARBV Miranda with pennant S05, given German Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *
    U433 DMS UC-108 — Challen Grette Lerma de Carabobo (Not commissioned by Germany at the time of the Armistice, surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped in 1921; adopted by Venezuela, renamed ARBV Carabobo with pennant S06, given German Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *
    U434 DMS UC-109 — Solenne Nanina Federmann de Lara (Not commissioned by Germany at the time of the Armistice, surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped in 1921; adopted by Venezuela, renamed ARBV Lara with pennant S07, given German Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *


    U435 DMS UC-110 — Colina Emmalise Martín de Aragua (Not commissioned by Germany at the time of the Armistice, surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scuttled as target in 1921 in the English Channel; adopted by Venezuela, renamed ARBV Aragua with pennant S08, given German Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *
    U436 DMS UC-111 — Azora Verena Requejada de Anzoátegui (Not commissioned by Germany at the time of the Armistice, surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped in 1921; adopted by Venezuela, renamed ARBV Anzoátegui with pennant S09, given German Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *
    U437 DMS UC-112 — Guadelupe Serihilde Speyer de Bolívar (Not commissioned by Germany at the time of the Armistice, surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped in 1921; adopted by Venezuela, renamed ARBV Bolívar with pennant S10, given German Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *
    U438 DMS UC-113 — Toccara Porsche Hutten de Táchira (Not commissioned by Germany at the time of the Armistice, surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped in 1921; adopted by Venezuela, renamed ARBV Táchira with pennant S11, given German Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *
    U439 DMS UC-114 — Geralda Joanelle Quesada de Monagas (Not commissioned by Germany at the time of the Armistice, surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped in 1921; adopted by Venezuela, renamed ARBV Monagas with pennant S12, given German Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *
    U440 DMS UC-115 — Florentina Pamelina Fernández de Falcón (Incomplete at time of the Armistice, was scrapped on slip; adopted by Venezuela, renamed ARBV Falcón with pennant S13, given German Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *
    U441 DMS UC-116 — Savannah Stefani Belalcázar de Sucre (Incomplete at time of the Armistice, was scrapped on slip; adopted by Venezuela, renamed ARBV Sucre with pennant S14, given German Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *
    U442 DMS UC-117 — Priscila Johanna Carvajal de Portuguesa (Incomplete at time of the Armistice, was scrapped on slip; adopted by Venezuela, renamed ARBV Portuguesa with pennant S15, given German Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *
    U443 DMS UC-118 — Melosa Brunhilde Welser de Mérida (Incomplete at time of the Armistice, was scrapped on slip; adopted by Venezuela, renamed ARBV Mérida with pennant S16, given German Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *
    U444 DMS UC-119 — Blanca Hildegarde Seissenhofer de Barinas (Incomplete at time of the Armistice, was scrapped on slip; adopted by Venezuela, renamed ARBV Barinas with pennant S17, given German Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *


    U445 DMS UC-120 — Graciela Bathilde Sayler de Guárico (Incomplete at time of the Armistice, was scrapped on slip; adopted by Venezuela, renamed ARBV Guárico with pennant S18, given German Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *
    U446 DMS UC-121 — Trudi Hersilia Remboldt de Trujillo (Incomplete at time of the Armistice, was scrapped on slip; adopted by Venezuela, renamed ARBV Trujillo with pennant S19, given German Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *
    U447 DMS UC-122 — Ysabella Margret Grübel de Yaracuy (Incomplete at time of the Armistice, was scrapped on slip; adopted by Venezuela, renamed ARBV Yaracuy with pennant S20, given German Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *
    U448 DMS UC-123 — Nichaela Javiera Villegas de Nueva Esparta (Incomplete at time of the Armistice, was scrapped on slip; adopted by Venezuela, renamed ARBV Nueva Esparta with pennant S21, given German Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *
    U449 DMS UC-124 — Jolinn Madrona Ampués de Apure (Incomplete at time of the Armistice, was scrapped on slip; adopted by Venezuela, renamed ARBV Apure with pennant S22, given German Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *
    U450 DMS UC-125 — Jolantha Luvisa Chrino de la Guaira (Incomplete at time of the Armistice, was scrapped on slip; adopted by Venezuela, renamed ARBV La Guaira with pennant S23, given German Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *
    U451 DMS UC-126 — Carmelia Jerrileen Camejo de Cojedes (Incomplete at time of the Armistice, was scrapped on slip; adopted by Venezuela, renamed ARBV Cojedes with pennant S24, given German Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *
    U452 DMS UC-127 — Jadzia Trianna Monagas de Amacuro (Incomplete at time of the Armistice, was scrapped on slip; adopted by Venezuela, renamed ARBV Delta Amacuro with pennant S25, given German Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *
    U453 DMS UC-128 — Amaranta Elisabeth Zamora de Amazonas (Incomplete at time of the Armistice, was scrapped on slip; adopted by Venezuela, renamed ARBV Amazonas with pennant S26, given German Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *
    U492 DMS UC-129 — Gesina Imme Lethem (Incomplete at the time of the Armistice in 1918, was scrapped the following year; adopted by Guyana, renamed GDFS Lethem with pennant S901, given German Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *


    U493 DMS UC-130 — Bercta Brunhilda d'Urban (Incomplete at the time of the Armistice in 1918, was scrapped the following year; adopted by Guyana, renamed GDFS Bartica with pennant S902, given German Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *
    U494 DMS UC-131 — Amberjill Athelina van Peere (Incomplete at the time of the Armistice in 1918, was scrapped the following year; adopted by Guyana, renamed GDFS New Amsterdam with pennant S903, given German Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *
    U495 DMS UC-132 — Marhaus Charlayne Broomes (Incomplete at the time of the Armistice in 1918, was scrapped the following year; adopted by Guyana, renamed GDFS Mabaruma with pennant S904, given German Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *
    U496 DMS UC-133 — Elina Billa Denham (Incomplete at the time of the Armistice in 1918, was scrapped the following year; adopted by Guyana, renamed GDFS Mahdia with pennant S905, given German Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *
    U497 DMS UC-134 — Gesche Bathilda Mackenzie (Incomplete at the time of the Armistice in 1918, was scrapped the following year; adopted by Guyana, renamed GDFS Linden with pennant S906, given German Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *
    U498 DMS UC-135 — Ainslee Raene Damon (Incomplete at the time of the Armistice in 1918, was scrapped the following year; adopted by Guyana, renamed GDFS Anna Regina with pennant S907, given German Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *
    U499 DMS UC-136 — Teigra Rozalynn Earl (Incomplete at the time of the Armistice in 1918, was scrapped the following year; adopted by Guyana, renamed GDFS Fort Wellington with pennant S908, given German Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *
    U500 DMS UC-137 — Joscelyn Vanessa Gladstone (Incomplete at the time of the Armistice in 1918, was scrapped the following year; adopted by Guyana, renamed GDFS Vreed-en-Hoop with pennant S909, given German Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *
    U501 DMS UC-138 — Trudi Lowena Christian (Incomplete at the time of the Armistice in 1918, was scrapped the following year; adopted by Guyana, renamed GDFS Triumph with pennant S910, given German Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *


    Ship prefix
    ARBV — Armada República Bolivariana de Venezuela ("Navy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela")
    BBH/ББХ — Brod Bosne i Hercegovine Брод Босне и Херцеговине ("Ship of Bosnia and Herzegovina")
    BH — Brod Hrvatske ("Ship of Croatia")
    DMS — Deutsches Marineschiff ("German Navy Ship") (German Navy ship prefix from 1955)
    GDFS — Guanese Defence Forces Ship
    HMS — His/Her Majesty's Ship
    HMS/M — His/Her Majesty's Submarine
    HrMs — Harer Majesteits ("Her Majesty's) (Royal Netherlands Navy ship prefix when a queen rules)
    LCN — Loď Českého Námořnictva ("Czech Navy Ship")
    LSM — Ladja Slovenske Mornarice ("Slovenian Navy Ship")
    MH — Magyar Haditengerészet ("Hungarian Navy")
    MM — Marina Militaire ("Military Navy") (Italian Navy ship prefix post-1946)
    MV — Motor Vessel
    NKG — Nihon-koku Gunkan 日本国軍艦 ("Warship of the State of Japan")
    NR — Nava Romana ("Romanian Ship")
    PCh/ПЧ — Pidvódnyj Chóven Підводний Човен ("Submarine") (Ukrainian Navy type prefix)
    ORP — Okręt Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej ("Warship of the Republic of Poland")
    ÖMS — Österreichisches Marineschiff ("Austrian Navy Ship")
    RM — Regia Marina ("Royal Navy") (Italian Navy ship prefix pre-1946)
    SKS — Schip van de Kustwacht van Suriname ("Suriname Coast Guard Ship")
    SM — Seiner Majestät ("His Majesty's") (German Navy/Austro-Hungarian Navy submarine prefix before 1918)
    SM — Sous-Marin ("Submarine") (French Navy type prefix)
    SNL — Slovenská Námorná Loď ("Slovak Navy Ship")
    TE — Torpilleur d'Escadre ("Squadron Torpedo Boat") (French Navy type prefix for destroyers)
    THG — Tennō Heika Gunkan 天皇陛下軍艦 ("Warship of His Majesty the Heavenly Sovereign")
    USS — United States Ship
    ZrMs — Zijner Majesteits ("His Majesty's") (Royal Netherlands Navy ship prefix when a king rules)


    Pennant superior letters and hull classification codes

    O — Onderzeeër ("Submarine") (Royal Netherlands Navy/Suriname Coast Guard pennant superior)
    P — Okręt Podwodny ("Submarine") (Polish Navy pennant superior)
    P — Podmornica ("Submarine") (Croatian Navy/Slovenian Navy pennant superior)
    P/П — Podmornica Подморница ("Submarine") (Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina pennant superior)
    P — Ponorka ("Submarine") (Czech Armed Forces/Slovak Armed Forces pennant superior)
    S — Plantă Submarină ("Submarine") (Romanian Navy pennant superior)
    S — Sous-Marin ("Submarine") (French Navy pennant superior)
    S — Sottomarino ("Submarine") (Italian Navy pennant superior)
    S — Submarine (Guyanese Coast Guard pennant superior)
    S — Submarino ("Submarine") (Venezuelan Navy pennant superior)
    SK — Sensuikan 潜水艦 ("Submarine") (Japanese Self-Defence Force hull classification code)
    SS — Submarine (United States Navy hull classification code)
    T — Tengeralattjáró ("Submarine") (Hungarian Armed Forces pennant superior)
    U — Unterseeboot ("Undersea Ship") (German Navy/Austro-Hungarian Navy/Austrian Armed Forces pennant superior)
    UC — Unterseeboot Typ C ("Undersea Ship Type C") (German Navy pennant superior for coastal minelaying submarines in World War One)
    Note that the Ukrainian Navy does not use pennant superior letters; submarines are listed with triple-digit numbers in the 300 series.


    Noble titles

    Baronesa — Baroness (Czech)
    Bárónő — Baroness (Hungarian)
    Freiin — Free lady, female relative of a freiherr ("free lord"), equal to a baron (German)
    Gräfin — Countess (German)


    Other translations

    U-Flottille Pola — Pola U-Boat Flotilla, joint German/Austro-Hungarian formation from 1914-18 based out of modern-day Pula, Istra, Croatia
     
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    And over the Alps to deal with the Dual Monarchy's list of U-Boats...

    KANTAI COLLECTION/AZUR LANE/WARSHIP GIRLS
    LIST OF GREAT WAR AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN SUBMARINES

    Note that all ships serving the descendant states of the Dual Monarchy (Austria, Hungary, Czechia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia and Bosnia & Herzegovina) retain the same pennant number in their new service.

    No./Ship Name — Human Name (Fate)

    TYPE U-1 SUBMARINE
    U01 SM U-1 — Valentina Egelina Marchetti (Transferred to Yugoslavia in 1918 prior to the Armistice, surrendered to the Allies later that year, was scrapped in 1920; adopted by Austria, renamed ÖMS Volksgarten with pennant U01) *
    U02 SM U-2Baronowa Zofia Katarzyna z Bézardówna/Sofia Katrina, Freiin von Bézard (Transferred to Yugoslavia in 1918 prior to the Armistice, surrendered to the Allies later that year, was scrapped in 1920; adopted by Poland, renamed ORP Szczepanów with pennant P22) *


    TYPE U-3 SUBMARINE
    U03 SM U-3Baronesa Pavla Karolina Strnadová (Was sunk by combination ramming and depth charge attack in 1915 by RM Citta di Catania and TE Bisson northeast of Brindisi, Apulia, Italy; adopted by Czechia, renamed LCN Pohořelice with pennant P03) *
    U04 SM U-4Baronesa Julie Ladislava Leschanowská (Surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped two years later; adopted by Czechia, renamed LCN Jihlava with pennant P04) *


    TYPE U-5 SUBMARINE
    U05 SM U-5Barónka Pavlína Vlasta Passerařová (Surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped two years later; adopted by Slovakia, renamed SNL Prešporok with pennant P05) *
    U06 SM U-6Baronesa Patrícia Hedvika z Falkhausenová/Patricia Hedwig, Freiin von Falkenhausen (Trapped in anti-submarine nets in 1916, subsequently was scuttled to prevent capture in the Otrano Strait; adopted by Czechia, renamed LCN Plzeň with pennant P06) *


    TYPE U-7 SUBMARINE (German Type U-66)
    U07 SM U-7 — Ursula Ghislaine Mulhe (Built in Germany for Austria-Hungary, transferred to Germany before commissioning in 1915, was lost due to possible mine strike in 1917 in the North Sea; given new name DMS Urbach with German Navy pennant U66) *
    U08 SM U-8 — Loretta Emallie, Freiin von Rosenberg-Gruszczyński (Built in Germany for Austria-Hungary, transferred to Germany before commissioning in 1915, surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped in 1921; given new name DMS Loissin with German Navy pennant U67) *
    U09 SM U-9 — Selina Luisana Güntzel (Built in Germany for Austria-Hungary, transferred to Germany before commissioning in 1915, was sunk by surface attack by HMS Farnborough south of west from Cahersiveen, County Kerry, Ireland; given new name DMS Schöneberg with German Navy pennant U68) *
    U10 SM U-10 — Bertilde Enelise Wilhelms (Built in Germany for Austria-Hungary, transferred to Germany before commissioning in 1915, was sunk by unknown circumstances in 1917 somewhere in the North Sea; given new name DMS Bommern with German Navy pennant U69) *
    U11 SM U-11 — Renilda Othelia Wünsche (Built in Germany for Austria-Hungary, transferred to Germany before commissioning in 1915, surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped two years later; given new name DMS Rheinhausen with Germany Navy pennant U70) *


    TYPE UB-I SUBMARINE (Temporary Transfer from Germany)
    U07 SM U-7 — Haldis Hiltrude Lütjohann (Built in Germany as SM UB-7, assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1915 and re-designated as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy [second of designation], assigned to the Black Sea the following year and restored to full German control, was sunk by friendly mine strike in 1916 east-southeast of Varna, Bulgaria; retained by Germany, given new name DMS Holtenau with pennant U174)
    U08 SM U-8 — Barrett Emilie, Freiin von Voigt und Todorov/Baret Emili Nikolevna fon Foĭgt i Todorova Барет Емили Николевна фон Фойгт и Тодорова (Built in Germany as SM UB-8, assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1915 and re-designated as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy [second of designation], assigned to the Black Sea the following year and restored to full German control; sold to Bulgaria later in 1916, renamed KNV Podvodnik No. 18 КНВ Подводник № 18; surrendered to the Allies two years later, was scrapped in 1921; adopted by Bulgaria, renamed KRB Knjaz Aleksandŭr I КРБ Княз Александър I with pennant P01/П01, given German Navy pennant number U175 for administrative purposes) *
    U09 SM U-9 — Hehilde Swanilda Schmidt (Built in Germany as SM UB-3, assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1915 and re-designated as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy [second of designation], was sunk by unknown circumstances later that year in the Aegean Sea; retained by Germany, given new name DMS Helbedündorf with pennant U170)


    TYPE U-10 COASTAL SUBMARINE (German Type UB-I)
    U10 SM U-10 — Gaelle Frederique Wäger (Built in Germany as SM UB-1, transferred to Austria-Hungary in 1915, renamed [second of designation], was sunk by mine strike in 1918 near Caorle, Veneto, Italy; salvaged and was scrapped two years later; adopted by Austria, renamed ÖMS Glanegg with pennant U10, given German Navy pennant U168 for administrative purposes) *
    U11 SM U-11 — Patricija Ljuba Eberhardt (Built in Germany as SM UB-15, transferred to Austria-Hungary in 1915 and renamed [second of designation], surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped the following year; adopted by Croatia, renamed BH Premantura with pennant P11, given German Navy pennant number U182 for administrative purposes) *


    TYPE U-5 SUBMARINE (Continued)
    U12 SM U-12 — Gretchen Edelgard von Lerch (Was sunk by mine strike in 1915 near Venice, Veneto, Italy; salvaged by Italy the following year and was subsequently scrapped; adopted by Austria, renamed ÖMS Graz with pennant U12) *

    BRUMAIRE-CLASS SUBMARINE
    U14 SM U-14 — Priscilla Maria Océane Gisèle O'Byrne de Zeidler (Built in France as SM Curie with pennant Q87, was sunk after being ensnared by harbour defences in 1914 off Pula, Istra, Croatia; salvaged by Austria-Hungary and renamed, surrendered to the Allies in 1918, restored to France and restored to original name, decommissioned for the second time in 1928, was scrapped the following year; retained by France under original name with pennant S94)

    TYPE U-10 SUBMARINE (German Type UB-I) (Continued)
    U15 SM U-15 — Sofie Fiala Schlosser (Built in Germany for Austria-Hungary, surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped two years later; adopted by Czechia, renamed LCN Srbice with pennant P15, given German Navy pennant number U185 for administrative purposes) *
    U16 SM U-16Khrýstyna Oréstivna von Zopá Христина Орестівна фон Зопа (Built in Germany for Austria-Hungary, was sunk by ramming in 1916 by RM Nembo southwest of Orikum, Vlorë, Albania; adopted by Ukraine, renamed PCh Chernivtsí ПЧ Чернівці with pennant 316, given German Navy pennant number U186 for administrative purposes) *
    U17 SM U-17 — Freja Vigora Skopinic (Built by Germany for Austria-Hungary, surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped two years later; adopted by Croatia, renamed BH Fužine with pennant P17, given German Navy pennant number U187 for administrative purposes) *


    TYPE UC-I COASTAL MINELAYER SUBMARINE (Temporary Transfer from Germany)
    U18 SM U-18 — Odelinda Aldona Feddersen (Built in Germany as SM UC-14, assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1915 and re-designated as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, restored to German control two years later, was sunk by mine strike later in 1917 near Zeebrugge, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium; given new name DMS Olderup with pennant U201)
    U19 SM U-19 — Beatrisa Bobbe Heller (Built in Germany as SM UC-15, assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1915 and re-designated as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, was sunk by unknown circumstances the following year near Sulina, Tulcea, Romania; given new name DMS Boxberg with pennant U202)


    TYPE U-20 SUBMARINE
    U20 SM U-20 — Kateřina Leontýna Milerová (Was sunk by torpedo strike in 1918 by RM F-12 south of Lignano Sabbiadoro, Friuli Venezia Giulia, Italy; was salvaged in 1962, conning tower preserved at the Heeresgeschichtliches Museum — Militärhistorisches Institut, Vienna, Austria; remainder of ship was scrapped; adopted by Czechia, renamed LCN Kadaň with pennant P20) *
    U21 SM U-21Baronowa Pelagia Jagienka z Holubówna (Surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped two years later; adopted by Poland, renamed ORP Przemyśl with pennant P21) *
    U22 SM U-22 — Kreszenz Fränze Sterz (Surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped two years later; adopted by Austria, renamed ÖMS Kufstein with pennant U22) *
    U23 SM U-23Bárónő Bézard Cintia Karola/Lucia Karola, Freiin von Bézard (Was sunk by depth charge attack in 1918 by RM Airone in the Strait of Otrano; adopted by Hungary, renamed MH Csepel with pennant T23) *


    TYPE UC-I COASTAL MINELAYER SUBMARINE (Temporary Transfer from Germany) (Continued)
    U24 SM U-24 — Emerlinda Mariel Fröhner di Viotti (Built in Germany as SM UC-12, assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1915 and re-designated as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, was sunk by explosion of her own mine magazine the following year near Taranto, Apulia, Italy; salvaged by Italy, commissioned as RM X-1, was scrapped after World War One; adopted by Italy, renamed MM Terracina with pennant S30, given German Navy pennant U199 for administrative purposes) *
    U25 SM U-25 — Leyna Joan Kirchner (Built in Germany as SM UC-13, assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1915 and re-designated as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, was sunk by grounding in a storm later that year north of Kandıra, Kocaeli, Turkey; given new name DMS Lübstorf with pennant U200)


    TYPE U-10 SUBMARINE (German Type UB-I) (Continued)
    U26 SM U-26 — Solómija Héjnivna fon Héjmbuga Соломія Гейнівна фон Геймбурга (Built in Germany as SM UB-14, assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1915 and re-designated as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, restored to German control later that year, was surrendered to the Allies in 1918, scuttled the following year off Sevastópol', Crimea; adopted by Ukraine, renamed PCh Ak-Mechét' ПЧ Ак-Мечеть with pennant 314, given German Navy pennant number U181 for administrative purposes) *

    TYPE U-27 SUBMARINE
    U27 SM U-27 — Vanessa Reinhilde Thekla von Fernland (Surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped two years later; adopted by Austria, renamed ÖMS Volksprater with pennant U27) *
    U28 SM U-28 — Táňa Zuzanka Hudeceková (Surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped two years later; adopted by Czechia, renamed LCN Terezín with pennant P28) *
    U29 SM U-29 — Slađana Ljiljana Prásil (Surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was sunk en route to scrapping the following year near Bizerta, Tunisia; adopted by Croatia, renamed BH Šandalja with pennant P29) *
    U30 SM U-30Bárónő Fähndrich Bianka Flóra/Bianka Flora, Freiin von Fähndrich (Was sunk by unknown circumstances in 1917 in the Adriatic Sea; adopted by Hungary, renamed MH Belváros with pennant T30) *
    U31 SM U-31 — Tamara Františka Nejebsá (Surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped two years later; adopted by Czechia, renamed LCN Teplice with pennant P31) *
    U32 SM U-32 — Tihana Grozdana Vio (Surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped two years later; adopted by Croatia, renamed BH Trsat with pennant P32) *


    TYPE U-31 SUBMARINE (Temporary Transfer from Germany)
    U33 SM U-33 — Gilda Kristol, Freiin von Gansser (Built in Germany as SM U-33, assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1915 and re-designated as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped the following year; given new name DMS Grafenwiesen with pennant U33)
    U34 SM U-34 — Lizzette Joaida, Freiin von Kasing (Built in Germany as SM U-34, assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1915 and re-designated as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, was sunk by unknown causes in 1918 somewhere in the Mediterranean Sea; given new name DMS Langenberg with pennant U34)
    U35 SM U-35 — Bernarda Wibke Kophamel (Built in Germany as SM U-35, assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1915 and re-designated as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped the following year; given new name DMS Bönebüttel with pennant U35)

    TYPE U-19 SUBMARINE (Temporary Transfer from Germany)
    U36 SM U-36 — Brunhild Otylia Hersing (Built in Germany as SM U-21, assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1915 and re-designated as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, restored to Germany the following year and restored to original designation, detailed to training duties in 1918, surrendered to the Allies later that year, was sunk while being towed to scrapping in 1919 north-northwest of Oost-Vlieland, Friesland, the Netherlands; given new name DMS Badenweiler with pennant U21)

    TYPE U-43 SUBMARINE (Temporary Transfer from Germany)
    U36 SM U-36 — Sophia Charilette Bünte (Built in Germany as SM U-47, assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1916 and re-designated as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy [second of designation], was scuttled to prevent capture in 1918 off Pula, Istra, Croatia; given new name DMS Sandhausen with pennant U47)

    TYPE U-31 SUBMARINE (Temporary Transfer from Germany) (Continued)
    U37 SM U-37 — Dustan Karrie Albrecht (Built in Germany as SM U-32, assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1915 and re-designated as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, was sunk by combined gunfire and depth charge attack in 1918 by HMS Wallflower northeast of Linosa Island, Sicilia, Italy; given new name DMS Dossenheim with pennant U32)
    U38 SM U-38 — Rozalia Mina Valentiner (Built in Germany as SM U-38, assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1915 and re-designated as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, restored to German control the following year, surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped in 1921; given new name DMS Rodenäs with pennant U38)
    U39 SM U-39 — Rudolfa Helena Metzger (Built in Germany as SM U-39, assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1915 and re-designated as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, damaged beyond economical repair by air strike in 1918, forced into internment at Cartagena, Murcia, Spain; surrendered to the Allies later that year, was scrapped in 1923; given new name DMS Ruderatshofen with pennant U39)


    TYPE U-27 SUBMARINE (Continued)
    U40 SM U-40 — Dijana Josipa Krsnjavi (Surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped two years later; adopted by Croatia, renamed BH Đakovo with pennant P40) *
    U41 SM U-41 — Rahela Emilija Wolf (Surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped two years later; adopted by Croatia, renamed BH Rječina with pennant P41) *


    TYPE UB-II COASTAL SUBMARINE (Temporary Transfer from Germany)
    U42 SM U-42 — Warda Florentina Wernicke (Built in Germany as SM UB-42, assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1916 and re-designated as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, restored to German control later that year, surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped two years later; given new name DMS Windhausen with pennant U227)

    TYPE U-43 SUBMARINE (German Type UB-II)
    U43 SM U43 — Gudruna Didrika, Freiin von Niebuhr (Built in Germany as SM UB-43, transferred to Austria-Hungary in 1917 and re-designated, surrendered to the Allies the following year, was scrapped in 1919; given new name DMS Göda with pennant U228)

    TYPE UB-II COASTAL SUBMARINE (Temporary Transfer from Germany) (Continued)
    U44 SM U-44 — Saxa Fernanda Wäger (Built in Germany as SM UB-44, assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1916 and re-designated as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, was sunk by unknown cause later that year somewhere in the eastern Mediterranean Sea; given new name DMS Stegaurach with pennant U229)
    U45 SM U-45 — Petja Karleva Palisa Петя Карлева Палиса (Built in Germany as SM UB-45, assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1916 and re-designated as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, was sunk by mine strike later that year near Varna, Bulgaria; was salvaged by Bulgaria in 1930, could not be recommissioned, was subsequently scrapped; adopted by Bulgaria, renamed KRB Plovdiv КРБ Пловдив with pennant P08/П08, given German Navy pennant number U230 for administrative purposes) *
    U46 SM U-46 — Thea Cordula Bauer (Built in Germany as SM UB-46, assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1916 and re-designated as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, was sunk by mine strike later that year northwest of Karaburun, İstanbul, Turkey; given new name DMS Twistetal with pennant U231)


    TYPE U-43 SUBMARINE (German Type UB-II) (Continued)
    U47 SM U-47 — Nedra Wilfreda, Freiin von Steinbauer (Built in Germany as SM UB-47, transferred to Austria-Hungary in 1917 and re-designated, surrendered to the Allies the following year, was scrapped in 1920; given new name DMS Neuried with pennant U232)

    TYPE U-48 SUBMARINE
    U48 SM U-48 — Klavdija Lilijana Posavskova (Incomplete at the time of the Armistice in 1918, was scrapped in 1920; adopted by Slovenia, renamed LSM Karantanci with pennant P48) *
    U49 SM U-49 — Pavica Tomislava Trpimirović (Incomplete at the time of the Armistice in 1918, was scrapped in 1920; adopted by Croatia, renamed BH Panonski with pennant P49) *
    TYPE U-50 SUBMARINE
    U50 SM U-50 — Bláthy Szandra Olivia (Incomplete at the time of the Armistice, was scrapped in 1920; adopted by Hungary, renamed MH Sándor with pennant T50) *
    U51 SM U-51 — Božena Manda Déri Божена Манда Дери (Incomplete at the time of the Armistice, was scrapped in 1920; adopted by Serbia, renamed SB Bač СБ Бач with pennant P51/П51) *

    TYPE U-52 SUBMARINE
    U52 SM U-52 — Larissa Roswitha Eike von Montecuccoli (Incomplete at the time of the Armistice, was scrapped in 1919; adopted by Austria, renamed ÖMS Linz with pennant U52) *
    U53 SM U-53 — Renata Goranka Tonellevna (Incomplete at the time of the Armistice, was scrapped in 1919; adopted by Croatia, renamed BH Ragusa with pennant P53) *

    TYPE UB-III COASTAL SUBMARINE (Temporary Transfer from Germany)
    U54 SM U-54 — Gabriela Wanetta Canaris (Built in Germany as SM UB-128, transferred to Austria-Hungary in 1917 and renamed, surrendered to the Allies in 1918, subsequently beached as explosives trials ship near Pendennis Castle, Falmouth, Cornwall, England; wreck partially dismantled by 1921; adopted by Romania, renamed NR Golaniada with pennant S8, given German Navy pennant number U313 for administrative purposes) *
    U55 SM U-55 — Sylwia Karolin Neumann (Built in Germany as SM UB-129, transferred to Austria-Hungary in 1917, renamed, was scuttled to prevent capture in 1918 south of Rijeka, Primorsko-Goranska, Croatia; adopted by Poland, renamed ORP Sianów with pennant P55, given German Navy pennant number U314 for administrative purposes) *


    TYPE U-52 SUBMARINE (Continued)
    U54 SM U-54 — Katica Štefanija Spanheimina (Second of designation, not started at the time of the Armistice; adopted by Slovenia, renamed SNL Kranjska with pennant P54) *
    U55 SM U-55 — Špela Liljana Seljskina (Second of designation, not started at the time of the Armistice; adopted by Slovenia, renamed SNL Štajerska with pennant P54) *

    TYPE UB-III COASTAL SUBMARINE (Temporary Transfer from Germany) (Continued)
    U56 SM U-56 — Lindsea Hildreth, Fürstin von Reuß zu Köstritz (Built in Germany as SM UB-130, transferred to Austria-Hungary in 1918 and renamed, surrendered to the Allies later that year, was scrapped in 1921; retained by Germany, given new name DMS Lüblow with pennant U315)
    U57 SM U-57 — Delana Gunilla Schulz (Built in Germany as SM UB-131, transferred to Austria-Hungary in 1918 and renamed, surrendered to the Allies later that year, was sunk by grounding in 1921 near Hastings, East Sussex, England; was scrapped on siter; retained by Germany, given new name DMS Dattenberg with pennant U316)


    TYPE U-50 SUBMARINE (Continued)
    U56 SM U-56 — Ninoslava Stana Vedrana Dušans'ka Нинослава Стана Ведрана Душанська (Second of designation, not started at the time of the Armistice; adopted by Serbia, renamed SB Nemanjići СБ Немањићи with pennant P56/П56) *
    U57 SM U-57 — Zorana Jelena Đurđević Зорана Јелена Ђурђевић (Second of designation, not started at the time of the Armistice; adopted by Montenegro, renamed MVCG Zeta МВЦГ Зета with pennant P57/П57) *

    TYPE UB-III COASTAL SUBMARINE (Temporary Transfer from Germany) (Continued)
    U58 SM U-58 — Frithela Hylda, Freiin von Obermüller (Built in Germany as SM UB-132, transferred to Austria-Hungary in 1918 and renamed, surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was subsequently scrapped; retained by Germany, given new name DMS Franzenheim with pennant U317)

    TYPE U-48 SUBMARINE (Continued)
    U58 SM U-58 — Hatidža Sumeja Tomašević Хатиџа Сумеја Томашевић (Second of designation, not started at the time of the Armistice; adopted by Bosnia and Herzegovina, renamed BBH Kotromanići ББХ Котроманићи with pennant P58/П58) *
    U59 SM U-59 — Hana Jasmina Vukčić Хана Јасмина Вукчић (Not started at the time of the Armistice; adopted by Bosnia and Herzegovina, renamed BBH Hrvatinići ББХ Хрватинићи with pennant P59/П59) *


    TYPE UC-II COASTAL MINELAYER SUBMARINE (Temporary Transfer from Germany)
    U60 SM U-60 — Nadette Otylia Kümpel (Built in Germany as SM UC-20, assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1916 and re-designated as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, surrendered to the Allies two years later, was scrapped in 1920; retained by Germany, given new name DMS Nienstedten with pennant U345)
    U62 SM U62 — Ilse Eamma Wiesenbach (Built in Germany as SM UC-22, assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1916 and re-designated as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, surrendered to the Allies two years later, was scrapped in 1921; retained by Germany, given new name DMS Immenstaad with pennant U347)
    U63 SM U-63 — Irmigard Heidi Geralyn Lübbe (Built in Germany as SM UC-23, assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1916 and re-designated as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, surrendered to the Allies two years later, was scrapped in 1921; retained by Germany, given new name DMS Ihlow with pennant U348)


    TYPE U-63 SUBMARINE (Temporary Transfer from Germany)
    U64 SM U-64 — Luvisa Rapunzel Moraht (Built in Germany as SM U-64, assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1916 and re-designated as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, was sunk by combined depth charge and gunfire attack in 1918 by HMS Lychnis north-northeast of Bizerte, Tunisia; retained by Germany, given new name DMS Langballig with pennant U64)
    U65 SM U-65 — Sigilwig Hannah, Freiin von Fischel (Built in Germany as SM U-65, assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1916 and re-designated as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, was scuttled to prevent capture in 1918 off Pula, Istra, Croatia; retained by Germany, given new name DMS Schwedeneck with pennant U65)


    TYPE U-66 SUBMARINE (German Type UB-III)
    U66 SM U-66 — Winifred Frithela Wernicke (Built in Germany as SM UB-66, transferred to Austria-Hungary in 1917 and renamed, was sunk by unknown cause in 1918 somewhere in the eastern Mediterranean Sea; adopted by Austria, renamed ÖMS Spillern with pennant U66, given German Navy pennant number U251 for administrative purposes) *
    U67 SM U-67Bárónő Dewitz Rahel Alida/Rahel Alida, Freiin von Dewitz (Built in Germany as SM UB-67, transferred to Austria-Hungary in 1917 and renamed, surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped in 1922; adopted by Hungary, renamed MH Rába with pennant T67, given German Navy U252 pennant number for administrative purposes) *
    U68 SM U-68Baronesa Renata Katerina Dönitz/Renata Katerina, Freiin von Dönitz (Built in Germany as SM UB-68, transferred to Austria-Hungary in 1917 and renamed, was sunk by gunfire in 1918 by HM Ships Snapdragon and Cradosin north of northeast of Miṣrāta, Ṭarābulus, Libya; adopted by Czechia, renamed LCN Rovná with pennant P68, given German Navy pennant number U253 for administrative purposes) *
    U69 SM U-69 — Hana Aigneis Klatt (Built in Germany as SM UB-69, transferred to Austria-Hungary in 1917 and renamed, was sunk by depth charge attack in 1918 by HMS Cyclamen east-northeast of Binzart, Tunisia; adopted by Slovakia, renamed SNL Hron with pennant P69, given German Navy pennant number U254 for administrative purposes) *
    U70 SM U-70 — Stefka Jagoda Remy (Built in Germany as SM UB-70, transferred to Austria-Hungary in 1917 and renamed, was sunk by unknown circumstances in 1918 somewhere east of Gibraltar; adopted by Slovenia, renamed LSM Soča with pennant P70, given German Navy pennant number U255 for administrative purposes) *
    U71 SM U-71 — Dijana Krasna Schapler (Built in Germany as SM UB-71, transferred to Austria-Hungary in 1917 and renamed, was sunk by depth charge attack in 1918 by HMS ML-413 east of southeast from Gibraltar; adopted by Croatia, renamed BH Đurmanec with pennant P71, given German Navy pennant number U256 for administrative purposes) *


    TYPE U-71 (UE-1) MINELAYER SUBMARINE (Temporary Transfer from Germany)
    U72 SM U-72 — Kaethe Edelina, Freiin von Krafft (Built in Germany as SM U-72, assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1916 and re-designated as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, was scuttled to prevent capture in 1918 off Risan, Kotor, Montenegro; retained by Germany, given new name DMS Köpenick with pennant U72)
    U73 SM U-73 — Nyx Gerrianne, Freiin von Sieß (Built in Germany as SM U-73, assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1916 and re-designated as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, was scuttled to prevent capture in 1918 off Pula, Istra, Croatia; retained by Germany, given new name DMS Niendorf with pennant U73)


    TYPE UC-II COASTAL MINELAYER SUBMARINE (Temporary Transfer from Germany) (Continued)
    U74 SM U-74 — Fabienne Helga Schüler (Built in Germany as SM UC-34, assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1917 and re-designated as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, was scuttled to prevent capture the following year near Pula, Istra, Croatia; retained by Germany, given new name DMS Fuchsstadt with pennant U359)
    U75 SM U-75 — Filma Hannele Perahta Korsch (Built in Germany as SM UC-35, assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1917 and re-designated as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, was sunk by gunfire the following year by TE Aigli south of west from Santa Giusta, Sardinia, Italy; retained by Germany, given new name DMS Friedrichshain with pennant U360)
    U76 SM U-76 — Walda Gerla Bach (Built in Germany as SM UC-36, assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1917 and re-designated as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, was sunk by ramming later that year by MV Molière north-northwest of Île d'Ushant, Bretagne, France; retained by Germany, given new name DMS Westhofen with pennant U361)
    U77 SM U-77 — Velma Othelia, Freiin von Launburg (Built in Germany as SM UC-37, assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1917 and re-designated as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, surrendered to the Allies the following year, was scrapped two years later; retained by Germany, given new name DMS Veelböken with pennant U362)
    U78 SM U-78 — Mila Lynde Halfrida Henria, Freiin von Wendlandt (Built in Germany as SM UC-38, assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1917 and re-designated as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, was sunk by depth charge attack later that year by CTs Mameluk and Lansquenet off Damoulianáta, Ioníon Níson, Greece; retained by Germany, given new name DMS Mark Landin with pennant U363)


    TYPE U-54 SUBMARINE (Germany Type UB-II) (Continued)
    U79 SM U-79 — Steinbauer Krisztina Zsófia/Kristen Sophia Steinbauer (Built in Germany as SM UB-48, transferred to Austria-Hungary in 1917 and renamed, was scuttled to prevent capture the following year near Pula, Istra, Croatia; adopted by Hungary, renamed MH Körös with pennant T79, given German Navy pennant number U233 for administrative purposes) *
    U80 SM U-80 — Zoja Augustyna Ehrensberger (Built in Germany as SM UB-49, transferred to Austria-Hungary in 1917 and renamed, surrendered to the Allies the following year, was scrapped in 1922; adopted by Poland, renamed ORP Zabrze with pennant P80, given German Navy pennant number U234 for administrative purposes) *
    U81 SM U-81 — Vondra Bohumila Becker (Built in Germany as SM UB-50, transferred to Austria-Hungary in 1917 and renamed, surrendered to the Allies the following year, was scrapped in 1922; adopted by Slovakia, renamed SNL Váh with pennant P81, given German Navy pennant number U235 for administrative purposes) *
    U82 SM U-82 — Stefka Engeleis Krafft (Built in Germany as SM UB-51, transferred to Austria-Hungary in 1917 and renamed, surrendered to the Allies the following year, was scrapped in 1922; adopted by Slovenia, renamed LSM Sava with pennant P82, given German Navy pennant number U236 for administrative purposes) *
    U83 SM U-83 — Nedeljka Ottoina Launburg Недељка Отоина Лаунбург (Built in Germany as SM UB-52, transferred to Austria-Hungary in 1917 and renamed, was sunk by torpedo strike the following year by HMS/M H-4 south-southwest of Ulcinj, Montenegro; adopted by Bosnia and Herzegovina, renamed BBH Neretva ББХ Неретва with pennant P83/П83, given German Navy pennant number U237 for administrative purposes) *
    U84 SM U-84 — Tyna Minodora Rodica Sprenger (Built in Germany as SM UB-53, transferred to Austria-Hungary in 1917 and renamed, was sunk by mine strike the following year southeast of Tricase, Apulia, Italy; adopted by Romania, renamed NR Târgu Mureș with pennant S7, given German Navy pennant number U238 for administrative purposes) *


    TYPE UC-II COASTAL MINELAYER SUBMARINE (Temporary Transfer from Germany) (Continued)
    U88 SM U-88 — Felisberta Kristol Willich (Built in Germany as SM UC-24, assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1917 and re-designated as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, was sunk by torpedo strike later that year by SM Circé southwest of Kotor, Montenegro; retained by Germany, given new name DMS Fuldatal with pennant U349)
    U89 SM U-89 — Beatrisa Willa Lippold (Built in Germany as SM UC-25, assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1917 and re-designated as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, was scuttled to prevent capture the following year near Pula, Istra, Croatia; retained by Germany, given new name DMS Budenheim with pennant U350)
    U92 SM U-92 — Mathildis Wibke Wiedemann (Built in Germany as SM UC-73, assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1917 and re-designated as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, surrendered to the Allies the following year, was scrapped two years later; retained by Germany, given new name DMS Mittelstetten with pennant U398)
    U93 SM U-93 — Trudl Hannele Schüler (Built in Germany as SM UC-74, assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1917 and re-designated as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, was interned due to loss of fuel the following year at Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain; surrendered to the Allies later in 1918, was scrapped in 1921; retained by Germany, given new name DMS Thundorf with pennant U399)
    U94 SM U-94 — Serilde Lenna Kalona Sahl (Built in Germany as SM UC-52, assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1917 and re-designated as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was subsequently scrapped; retained by Germany, given new name DMS Schaafheim with pennant U377)
    U95 SM U-95 — Amelinda Kalona Albrecht (Built in Germany as SM UC-53, assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1917 and re-designated as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, was scuttled to prevent capture in 1918 off Pula, Istra, Croatia; retained by Germany, given new name DMS Adelebsen with pennant U378)
    U96 SM U-96 — Warda Ormanda Loycke (Built in Germany as SM UC-54, assigned to the U-Flottille Pola in 1917 and re-designated as part of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, was scuttled to prevent capture in 1918 near Trieste, Friuli Venezia Giulia, Italy; retained by Germany, given new name DMS Wendorf with pennant U379)


    TYPE U-54 SUBMARINE (Germany Type UB-III) (Continued)
    U97 SM U-97 — Biserka Vasifa Maršal Бисерка Васифа Маршал (Built in Germany as SM UB-105, transferred to Austria-Hungary in 1917 and renamed, surrendered to the Allies in 1918, was scrapped in 1922; adopted by Bosnia and Herzegovina, renamed BBH Bosna ББХ Босна with pennant P97/П97, given German Navy pennant number U290 for administrative purposes) *

    TYPE UC-III COASTAL MINELAYER SUBMARINE (Temporary Transfer from Germany) (Continued)
    U99 SM U-99 — Mindi Alexandra Winther (Built in Germany as SM UC-103, transferred to Austria-Hungary in 1918 and renamed, surrendered to the Allies later that year, was scrapped in 1921; retained by Germany, given new name DMS Münsing with pennant U428)

    TYPE U-101 SUBMARINE
    U101 SM U-101 — Iris Aljoša Andeškakova (Incomplete at the time of the Armistice, was scrapped in 1920; adopted by Slovenia, renamed LSM Istra with pennant P101) *
    U102 SM U-102 — Polona Viktorija Tkáleczikova (Incomplete at the time of the Armistice, was scrapped in 1920; adopted by Slovenia, renamed LSM Prekmurje with pennant P102) *
    U103 SM U-103 — Mirjana Lina Goriškakova (Incomplete at the time of the Armistice, was scrapped in 1920; adopted by Slovenia, renamed LSM Goriška with pennant P103) *
    U104 SM U-104 — Božidarka Ljubica Jasmina Mikulasić Божидарка Јасмина Љубица Микуласић (Cancelled before construction in 1917; adopted by Bosnia and Herzegovina, renamed BBH Banja Luka ББХ Бања Лука with pennant P104/П104) *
    U105 SM U-105 — Teodosija Vasilija Berislavić Теодосија Василија Бериславић (Cancelled before construction in 1917; adopted by Bosnia and Herzegovina, renamed BBH Tuzla ББХ Тузла with pennant P105/П105) *
    U106 SM U-106 — Zvezdana Ksenija Gradješakova Звездана Ксенија Грађешакова (Cancelled before construction in 1917; adopted by Bosnia and Herzegovina, renamed BBH Zenica ББХ Зеница with pennant P106/П106) *


    TYPE U-107 SUBMARINE
    U107 SM U-107Bárónő Udvardi és Kossuthfalvi Kossuth Dalma Lúcia (Incomplete at the time of Armistice, was scrapped in 1919; adopted by Hungary, renamed MH Debrecen with pennant T107) *
    U108 SM U-108Bárónő Kökényné Szabina Abigél (Incomplete at the time of Armistice, was scrapped in 1919; adopted by Hungary, renamed MH Szeged with pennant T108) *
    U109 SM U-109Grófnő Báthory Mercédesz Szonja (Incomplete at the time of Armistice, was scrapped in 1919; adopted by Hungary, renamed MH Miskolc with pennant T109) *
    U110 SM U-110 — Sieglinde Hiltraud Colloredo von Wallsee und Melz (Incomplete at the time of Armistice, was scrapped in 1919; adopted by Austria, renamed ÖMS Salzburg with pennant U110) *
    U111 SM U-111 — Žaneta Valéria Jaroslava Šrobár (Cancelled before construction due to war's end in 1918; adopted by Slovakia, renamed SNL Žilina with pennant P111) *
    U112 SM U-112 — Isolde Lotte Jutta von Dießen-Andechs (Cancelled before construction due to war's end in 1918; adopted by Austria, renamed ÖMS Innsbruck with pennant U112) *


    TYPE U-101 SUBMARINE (Continued)
    U118 SM U-118 — Bratislava Julijana Dučić Братислава Јулијана Дучић (Cancelled before construction in 1917; adopted by Bosnia and Herzegovina, renamed BBH Bijeljina ББХ Бијељина with pennant P118/П118) *
    U119 SM U-119 — Kvetoslava Slávka Abova (Cancelled before construction in 1917; adopted by Slovakia, renamed SNL Košice with pennant P119) *
    U120 SM U-120 — Petronela Alžbeta Vrančića (Cancelled before construction in 1917; adopted by Slovakia, renamed SNL Prešov with pennant P120) *


    Ship prefix

    BBH/ББХ — Brod Bosne i Hercegovine Брод Босне и Херцеговине ("Ship of Bosnia and Herzegovina")
    BH — Brod Hrvatske ("Ship of Croatia")
    DMS — Deutsches Marineschiff ("German Navy Ship") (German Navy prefix from 1955)
    HMS — His/Her Majesty's Ship
    KNV/КНВ — Korabŭt na Negovo Velichestvo Корабът на Негово Величество ("His Majesty's Ship") (Bulgarian Navy ship prefix pre-1946)
    KRB/КРБ — Korab na Republika Bŭlgariya Кораб на Република България ("Ship of the Bulgarian Republic") (Bulgarian Navy ship prefix post-1989)
    LCN — Loď Českého Námořnictva ("Czech Navy Ship")
    LSM — Ladja Slovenske Mornarice ("Slovenian Navy Ship")
    MH — Magyar Haditengerészet ("Hungarian Navy")
    MVCG/МВЦГ — Mornarica Vojske Crne Gore Морнарица Војске Црне Горе ("Montenegrin Navy")
    ORP — Okręt Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej ("Warship of the Republic of Poland")
    ÖMS — Österreichisches Marineschiff ("Austrian Navy Ship")
    PCh/ПЧ — Pidvódnyj Chóven Підводний Човен ("Submarine") (Ukrainian Navy type prefix)
    RM — Regia Marina ("Royal Navy") (Italian ship prefix pre-1946)
    SB/СБ — Srpski Brod/Српски Брод ("Serbian Ship")
    SM — Seiner Majestät ("His Majesty's") (Austro-Hungarian Navy/German Navy submarine prefix before 1918)
    SM — Sous-Marin ("Submarine") (French Navy type prefix)
    SNL — Slovenská Námorná Loď ("Slovak Navy Ship")
    TE — Torpilleur d'Escadre ("Escort Torpedo Boat") (French Navy type prefix for destroyers)


    Pennant Superior Letters

    P — Okręt Podwodny ("Submarine") (Polish Navy pennant superior)
    P — Podmornica ("Submarine") (Croatian Navy/Slovenian Navy pennant superior)
    P/П — Podmornica Подморница ("Submarine") (Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina/Montenegrin Navy/Serbian Armed Forces pennant superior)
    P/П — Podvodnik Подводник ("Submarine") (Bulgarian Navy pennant superior)
    P — Ponorka ("Submarine") (Czech Armed Forces/Slovak Armed Forces pennant superior)
    Q — Numero de Construction Q ("Q Construction Number") (French Navy pennant superior for submarines pre-World War Two)
    S — Sous-Marin ("Submarine") (French Navy pennant superior post-World War Two)
    T — Tengeralattjáró ("Submarine") (Hungarian Armed Forces pennant superior)
    U — Unterseeboot ("Undersea Ship") (Austro-Hungarian Navy/Austrian Armed Forces/German Navy pennant superior)
    UB — Unterseeboot Typ B ("Undersea Ship Type B") (German Navy pennant superior for coastal submarines in World War One)
    Note that the Ukrainian Navy does not use pennant superior letters; submarines are listed with triple-digit numbers in the 300 series.


    Noble titles

    Baronesa — Baroness (Czech)
    Barónka — Baroness (Slovak)
    Bárónő — Baroness (Hungarian)
    Baronowa — Baroness (Polish)
    Freiin — Free lady, female relative of a freiherr ("free lord"), equivalent of a baron (German)
    Grófnő — Countess (Hungarian)


    Other translations

    Udvardi és Kossuthfalvi — Of Dvory nad Žitavou (Udvard) and Košúty (Kossuth) in modern-day Slovakia, honorific title inherited from Lúcia's namesake (Hungarian)
    U-Flottille Pola — Pola U-Boat Flotilla, joint German/Austro-Hungarian formation from 1914-18 based out of modern-day Pula, Istra, Croatia
     
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    Note that the German U-Boat lists for the Great War have been updated to indicate their service in the Austro-Hungarian Navy as well.
     
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  6. Extras: Russia/Soviet Union: Capital Ships
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    A revised version of an earlier list concerning the capital ships of the Imperial Russian Navy and the succeeding Soviet Navy...

    KANTAI COLLECTION/AZUR LANE/WARSHIP GIRLS
    LIST OF CAPITAL SHIPS (COMMONWEALTH OF INDEPENDENT STATES)

    No./Ship Name — Human Name (Fate)

    IRONCLADS/ARMOURED SHIPS

    KRÉJSER-CLASS ARMOURED SHIP
    000 BS Kréjser БC Крейсер — Praskóv'ja Vasíliovna Popóva-Románova Прасковья Василиовна Попова-Романова (Renamed BS Pjotr Velíkij БC Пётр Великий before launching in 1872, reassigned as training ship in 1903, switched to Soviet control in 1917, decommissioned from active service in 1921, re-designated BSh-1 БШ-1 as blockship two years later for use at Kronshtádt, Sankt-Peterbúrg; was scrapped in 1959; adopted by Russia, renamed BS Nienshánts БC Ниеншанц to prevent confusion with atomic missile cruiser TÁRK Pjotr Velíkij [pennant 063]) *

    EKATERÍNA II-CLASS ARMOURED SHIP
    001 BS Ekaterína II БC Екатерина II — Émilija Leonídovna Kologéras-Anhál't-Tserbst-Dórnburg Емілія Леонідівна Кологерас-Ангальт-Цербст-Дорнбург (Decommissioned in 1907 due to crew's revolutionary sympathies, was sunk as target in 1912 near Sevastopol, Crimea; salvaged and was scrapped two years later; adopted by Ukraine and renamed PN Katerýna Oleksándrivna ПН Катерина Олександрівна, given Ukrainian Navy pennant 001) *
    002 BS Chesmá БC Чесма — Renáta Sergéevna Týrtova Рената Сергеевна Тыртова (Decommissioned in 1907, reclassified as target ship, was sunk as target in 1912 off the Téndrovskaja Kosá, partially salvaged on site; adopted by Russia)
    003 BS Sinóp БC Синоп — Svetlána Alekséevna Nevrázhina Светлана Алексеевна Невражина (Reassigned as gunnery training ship in 1910, captured by Germany in 1918 after the Treaty of Brest-Litóvsk, surrendered to the United Kingdom later that year, had engines sabotaged before being captured by Soviet forces in 1920, was scrapped two years later; adopted by Russia)
    004 BS Geórgij Pobedónosets БC Георгий Победоносец — Dár'ja Il'ínichna Gusévich Дарья Ильинична Гусевич (Reassigned as training ship in 1910, served in the Great War as static headquarters vessel at Sevastópol, captured by Germany in 1918 after the Treaty of Brest-Litóvsk, surrendered to the Allies later that year, towed to France in 1920 by White Russian forces, was scrapped sometime between 1930-36; adopted by Russia)


    IMPERÁTOR ALEKSÁNDR II-CLASS ARMOURED SHIP
    005 BS Imperátor Aleksándr II БC Император Александр II — Alína Pétrovna Júr'eva-Rómanova Алина Петровна Юрьева-Романова (Defected to the Bolshevik side in 1917 in the October Revolution, renamed ÈB Zarjá Svobódy ЭБ Заря Свободы later that year, decommissioned in 1921, was scrapped the following year; adopted by Russia under latter name) *
    006 BS Imperátor Nikoláj I БC Император Николай I — Natsúmi Dmítrijevna Fjól'kerzhama-Rómanova Нацуми Дмитриевна Фёлькерзам-Романова/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 (Captured by Japan during the Russo-Japanese War in 1905 at the Battle of Tsushima, retained by Japan post-war, renamed THG Iki THG 壱岐; served as training ship until 1910, subsequently reclassified as coastal defence ship, was sunk as target in 1915; adopted by Russia, given Japanese Self-Defence Force hull number ZS-7 for administrative purposes)


    DVENÁDTSAT' APÓSTOLOV-CLASS ARMOURED SHIP
    007 BS Dvenádtsat' Apóstolov БC Двенадцать Aпостолов — Maríja Saymónivna Sáblina Марія Саймонівна Сабліна (Decommissioned in 1911, subsequently used as submarine tender at Sevastopol', Crimea; captured by Germany in 1918 after the Treaty of Brest-Litóvsk, surrendered to the Allies later that year after the Armistice of Compiègne; later exchanged hands during the Russian Civil War, was scrapped in 1931; adopted by Ukraine, renamed PN Dvanádtsjat' Apóstoliv ПН Дванадцять Aпостолів with pennant 002) *

    SQUADRON IRONCLADS/PRE-DREADNOUGHT BATTLESHIPS

    NAVARÍN-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    008 ÈB Navarín ЭБ Наварин — Nadézhda Brunóvna Fitingóva Надежда Бруновна Фитингова (Was sunk by mine strikes in 1905 at the Battle of Tsushima by TH Gunkan-tachi Asagiri, Murasame, Shirakumo and Asashio west-northwest of Nagato, Yamaguchi, Japan; adopted by Russia) *

    TRI SVJATÍTELJA-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    009 ÈB Tri Svjatítelja ЭБ Три Святителя — Fédora Mykhájlivna Danylévs'kyj Федора Михайлівна Данилевський (Captured by Germany in 1918 after the Treaty of Brest-Litóvsk, surrendered to the Allies later that year after the Armistice of Compiègne; engines destroyed in 1919 during the Allied retreat from Sevastopol', Crimea; abandoned by the White Russians, was scrapped in 1923; adopted by Ukraine, renamed PN Try Svjatýteli ПН Три Святителі, given Ukrainian Navy pennant 003) *

    SISÓJ VELÍKIJ-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    010 ÈB Sisój Velíkij ЭБ Сисой Великий — Varvára Manuílovna Ózerova Варвара Мануйловна Озерова (Was sunk by mine strikes in 1905 at the Battle of Tsushima by TH Gunkan-tachi Asagiri, Murasame, Shirakumo and Asashio west-northwest of Nagato, Yamaguchi, Japan; adopted by Russia)

    PETROPÁVLOVSK-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    011 ÈB Petropávlovsk ЭБ Петропавловск — Vsesláva Aleksándrovna Kolcháka Всеслава Александровна Колчака (Was sunk by mine strike in 1904 near Lǚshùnkǒu, Liáoníng, China; adopted by Russia, renamed ÈB Kamchátka ЭБ Камчатка [second of name] to prevent confusion with battleship LK Petropávlovsk [pennant 031]) *
    012 ÈB Poltáva ЭБ Полтава — Taèko Sal'vadórovna Báuera Таэко Сальвадоровна Бауэра/Taeko Salvadora Bauer 妙子・サルバドーラ・バウアー (Was sunk by shore artillery in 1905 during the siege of Port Arthur near Lǚshùnkǒu, Liáoníng, China; salvaged by Japan later that year, renamed THG Tango THG 丹後; returned to Russia in 1916, renamed ÈB Chesmá ЭБ Чесма to prevent confusion with battleship LK Poltáva [Russian Navy pennant 031], switched to the Bolshevik side in 1917 after the October Revolution, was captured by the British two years later at Múrmansk, Múrmanskaja Óblast during the Allied intervention in the Russian Civil War; recaptured by the Bolsheviks in 1920, deemed of no further military use, was scrapped in 1924; adopted by Russia under second name to prevent confusion with Ukrainian battleship LK Poltáva [Ukrainian Navy pennant 007], also given Japanese Self-Defence Force hull number ZS-8 for administrative purposes)
    013 ÈB Sevastópol' ЭБ Севастополь — Mláda Aleksándrovna Skrjágina Млада Александровна Скрягина (Was scuttled to prevent capture in 1905 during the Siege of Port Arthur near Lǚshùnkǒu, Liáoníng, China; adopted by Russia, renamed ÈB Evpatórija ЭБ Евпатория to prevent confusion with battleship LK Sevastópol' [pennant 032]) *


    ROSTISLÁV-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    014 ÈB Rostisláv ЭБ Ростислав — Mykhajlýna Oleksándrivna Spítskij Михайляна Олександрівна Спіцький (Effectively surrendered to the Ukrainian People's Republic in 1917, captured by Germany in 1918 after the Treaty of Brest-Litóvsk, surrendered to the Allies later that year after the Armistice of Compiègne; engines destroyed in 1919 during the Allied retreat from Sevastópol', Krym; was scuttled to prevent capture by Bolshevik forces in 1920 east of Júrkyno, Lrym; adopted by Ukraine, renamed PN Rostysláv Mstyslávych ПН Ростислав Мстиславич, given Ukrainian Navy pennant 004) *

    PERESVÉT-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    015 ÈB Peresvét ЭБ Пересвет — Sídzuka Fjódorovna Fílisova Сидзука Фёдоровна Филисова/Shizuka Freja Filisov 静・フレヤ・フィリソヴ (Damaged beyond economical repair by shore artillery in 1904, was scuttled to prevent capture during the Siege of Port Arthur near Lǚshùnkǒu, Liáoníng, China; salvaged by Japan the following year, renamed THG Sagami THG 相模; returned to Russia in 1916 and restored to original name, was sunk by mine strike the following year north of Būrsa'īd, Egypt; adopted by Russia, also given Japanese Self-Defence Force hull number ZS-9 for administrative purposes)
    016 ÈB Ocljábja ЭБ Ослябя — Oksána Vladímirovna Bépa Оксана Владимировна Бепа (Was sunk by gunfire in 1905 during the Battle of Tsushima by elements of the Imperial Combined Fleet west-northwest of Nagato, Yamaguchi, Japan; adopted by Russia)
    017 ÈB Pobéda ЭБ Победа — Kharúmi Vladímirovna Óffenberga Харуми Владимировна Оффенбурга/Harumi Christina Offenberg 晴実・クリスティーナ・オッフェンブルク (Was sunk by shore artillery in 1904 during the Seige of Port Arthur near Lǚshùnkǒu, Liáoníng, China; salvaged by Japan the following year, renamed THG Suō THG 周防; re-designated as coastal defence ship in 1912, reassigned as gunnery training ship in 1916, condemned to be scrapped by the Washington Naval Treaty in 1922, was scrapped the following year after capsizing at Kure, Hiroshima; adopted by Russia, also given Japanese Self-Defence Force hull number ZS-10 for administrative purposes)


    KNJAZ' POTJÓMKIN-TAVRÍCHESKIJ-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    018 ÈB Knjaz' Potjómkin-Tavrícheskij ЭБ Князь Потёмкин Таврический — Hályna Jevhéniovna Hólykova-Pot'ómkina Галина Євгенівна Голикова-Потьомкіна (Resembles fan art done of her by Ryan Greythorn, Pixiv ID #80489095, scene of famous mutiny of 1905 near the Téndrivs'ka Kosá, Khersónschyna; later surrendered to Roumania and scuttled at Constanța, salvaged and subsequently towed for repairs to Sevastopol', Krym; ship was renamed ÈB Panteleímon ЭБ Пантелеимон after the mutiny as anti-socialist measure; renamed ÈB Potjómkin-Tavrícheskij ЭБ Потёмкин Таврический after February Revolution of 1917, then renamed ÈB Boréts za Svobódu ЭБ Борец за Свободу in May that year; decommissioned in 1918, captured by Germany in 1918 after the Treaty of Brest-Litóvsk, surrendered to the Allies later that year after the Armistice of Compiègne, was scrapped in 1923; adopted by Ukraine, renamed PN Svjatýj Panteléjmon Tsilýtel' ПН Святий Пантелеймон Цілитель, given Ukrainian Navy pennant 005) *

    RETVIZÁN-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    019 ÈB Retvizán ЭБ Ретвизан — Námiko Èduárdovna Schenshóvich Намико Эдуардовна Щенснович/Namiko Edytha Szczęsnowicz 奈実子・イダイザ・シャタオスノヴィツ (Was sunk by shore artillery in 1904 during the Seige of Port Arthur near Lǚshùnkǒu, Liáoníng, China; salvaged by Japan the following year, renamed THG Hizen THG 肥前; reclassified as coastal defence ship in 1921, decommissioned two years later, was sunk as target in 1924 in the Bungo Channel off Kyūshū; adopted by Russia, also given Japanese Self-Defence Force hull number ZS-10 for administrative purposes)

    TSESARÉVICH-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    020 ÈB Tsesarévich ЭБ Цесаревич — Pólina Mikhájlovna Vasíl'eva-Rómanova Полина Михайловна Васильева-Романова (Renamed ÈB Grázhdanin ЭБ Гражданин in 1917 in the wake of a mutiny in answer to the February Revolution, transferred to Soviet service later that year, decommissioned in 1918, was scrapped in 1925; adopted by Russia under first name) *

    BORODINÓ-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    021 ÈB Borodinó ЭБ Бородино — Olésja Petróvna Serébrennikova Олеся Петровна Серебренникова (Was sunk by gunfire in 1905 during the Battle of Tsushima by TH Gunkan-tachi Mikasa, Shikishima and Fuji west-northwest of Nagato, Yamaguchi, Japan; adopted by Russia)
    022 ÈB Imperátor Aleksándr III ЭБ Император Александр III — Alísa Nikolájevna Bukhvóstova-Rómanova Алиса Николаевна Бухвостова-Романова (Was sunk by gunfire in 1905 during the Battle of Tsushima by elements of the Imperial Combined Fleet west-northwest of Nagato, Yamaguchi, Japan; adopted by Russia)
    023 ÈB Orjól ЭБ Орёл — Ídzumi Nikolájevna Jung Идзуми Николаевна Юнг/Izumi Olga Jung 泉美・オリガ・ユング (Damaged beyond economical repair in 1905 during the Battle of Tsushima by elements of the Imperial Combined Fleet west-northwest of Nagato, Yamaguchi, Japan; captured by Japan after said battle, renamed THG Iwami THG 石見; re-designated as coastal defence ship in 1912, decommissioned in 1922, was sunk as target two years later near Jōgashima, Miura, Kanagawa, Japan; adopted by Russia, also given Japanese Self-Defence Force hull number ZS-12 for administrative purposes)
    024 ÈB Knjaz' Suvórov ЭБ Князь Суворов — Agnéssa Vasíliovna Ignátsiusa-Suvórova Агнесса Васильевна Игнатсиуса-Суворова (Was sunk by gunfire in 1905 during the Battle of Tsushima by TH Gunkan-tachi Mikasa, Shikishima, Iwate, Izumo, Azuma, Tokiwa, Yakumo and Asama west-northwest of Nagato, Yamaguchi, Japan; adopted by Russia)
    025 ÈB Sláva ЭБ Слава — Serafíma Ivánovna Uspénskaja Серафима Ивановна Успенская (Damaged beyond economical repair by gunfire in 1917 during the Battle of Moon Sound by SMS König, was scuttled to prevent capture northeast of Vahtraste, Saare, Estonia; was scrapped on site in 1935; adopted by Estonia, renamed EML Toredus with pennant 25) *


    EVSTÁFIJ-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    026 ÈB Evstáfij ЭБ Евстафий — Evdokíja Oleksándrivna Beloholóvycha Євдокія Олександрівна Білохоловича (Decommissioned in 1918, captured by Germany later that year after the Treaty of Brest-Litóvsk, surrendered to the Allies later that year after the Armistice of Compiègne, captured by the Bolsheviks in 1921, renamed ÈB Revoljútsiju ЭБ Революцию, was scrapped by 1923; adopted by Ukraine, renamed PN Velykomúchenyk Evstáfij Plákyda ПН Великомученик Євстафій Плакида, given Ukrainian Navy pennant 006) *
    027 ÈB Ioánn Zlatoúst ЭБ Иоанн Златоуст — Tatárina Alekséevna Sapsája Татьяна Алексеевна Сапсая (Decommissioned in 1918, captured by Germany later that year after the Treaty of Brest-Litóvsk, surrendered to the Allies later that year after the Armistice of Compiègne, captured by the Bolsheviks in 1921, was scrapped in 1925; adopted by Russia)


    ANDRÉJ PERVOZDÁNNYJ-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    028 ÈB Andréj Pervozdánnyj ЭБ Андрей Первозванный — Antonía Vsévolodna Rúdneva Антония Всеволодна Руднева (Shifted to the Bolsheviks in 1917 after the October Revolution, damaged beyond economical repair by torpedo strikes two years later by HM CMB-31 and CMB-88 near Kronshtádt, Sankt-Peterbúrg; was scrapped in 1925; adopted by Russia)
    029 ÈB Imperátor Pável I ЭБ Император Павел I — Pozalína Nikolájevna Jákoleva-Rómanova Позалина Николая Яколева-Романова (Renamed ÈB Respúblika ЭБ Республика in 1917 in the wake of a mutiny after the February Revolution, switched to the Bolshevik side later that year after the October Revolution, decommissioned the following year, was scrapped in 1925; adopted by Russia under second name) *


    BRAUNSCHWEIG-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    044 ÈB Mitropolít Aleksíj ЭБ Митрополит Алексий — Luíza Ljúdvigovna Géssen-Dármshtadt Луиза Людвиговна Гессен-Дармштадт/Louise Caroline, Landgräfin von Hessen zu Darmstadt (Built in Germany as SMS Hessen, decommissioned in 1935, converted to target ship, surrendered to the Soviet Union after World War Two, renamed TsK Tsel ЦК Цел, was scrapped in 1960; adopted by Russia and renamed, also given German Navy pennant 17 for administrative purposes) *

    SHIPS-OF-THE-LINE/DREADNOUGHT BATTLESHIPS

    GÁNGUT-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    030 LK Gángut ЛК Гангут — Galína Nikolájevna Grígorova-Jurkévich Галина Николаевна Григорова-Юркевич (Resembles Kantai Collection self, shifted to the Bolsheviks in 1917 after the October Revolution, decommissioned in 1918, recommissioned in 1925 and renamed LK Oktjábr'skaja Revoljútsija ЛК Октябрьская Революция, awarded ÓKZ in 1944, re-designated as training ship in 1954, was scrapped two years later; adopted by Russia under first name)
    031 LK Petropávlovsk ЛК Петропавловск — Polína Vladímirovna Pílkina-Jurkévich Полина Владимировна Пилкина-Юркевич (Resembles Azur Lane version of Galína Grígorova-Jurkévich, second of name, switched to the Bolsheviks in 1917 after the October Revolution; crew rebelled against the Bolsheviks in the Kronshtádt Rebellion of 1921, captured again by the Bolsheviks, renamed LK Marát ЛК Марат, was sunk by air attack in 1941 by Luftwaffe dive bombers at Sankt-Peterbúrg, subsequently used as static air defence platform during the Siege of Leningrád, restored to original name in 1943, subsequently used as static training ship at Sankt-Peterbúrg post-World War Two, renamed LK Vólkhov ЛК Волхов in 1950, was scrapped in 1953; adopted by Russia under first name)
    032 LK Sevastópol' ЛК Севастополь — Svetlána Anatólevna Bestúzheva-Rjúmina-Jurkévich Светлана Анатольевна Бестужева-Рюмина-Юркевич (Resembles Victory Belles self, second of name, switched to the Bolsheviks in 1917 after the October Revolution; crew rebelled against the Bolsheviks in the Kronshtádt Rebellion of 1921, captured again by the Bolsheviks, renamed LK Parízhskaja Kommúna ЛК Парижская Kоммуна, reverted to her original name in 1943, awarded ÓKZ two years later, re-designated as training ship in 1954, was scrapped in 1957; adopted by Russia under first name)
    033 LK Poltáva ЛК Полтава — Maríja Volodýmyrovna Hrévnyts-Jurkévich Марія Володимірівна Гревниць-Юркевич (Resembles fan art done of Polína Pílkina-Jurkévich by Ryan Greythorn on Pixiv, ID #75911294, second of name, laid up in 1918 due to lack of trained crew, damaged beyond economical repair by fire the following year while at Sankt-Peterbúrg, Leningrádskij Óblast; subsequently used as accommodation ship, repairs partially complete by 1926, unable to continue due to lack of funding; renamed LK Frúnze ЛК Фрунзе later that year, minor repairs continued until work ordered stopped in 1935, subsequently used as spare parts for sisters, grounded at the Kronshtádt Fortress in 1941 during Operation: Barbarossa, used as depot ship during the Great Patriotic War, re-floated in 1944, was scrapped in 1949; two turrets preserved to this day as part of Coast Defence Battery 30 "Maksím Gór'kij I" in Sevastópol', Krym; two turrets preserved to this day as part of Coast Defence Battery 981 "Voroshílov", Vladivostók, Primórskij Kraj; adopted by Ukraine, renamed LK Poltáva ЛК Полтава, given Ukrainian Navy pennant 007) *


    IMPERATRÍTSA MARÍJA-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    034 LK Imperatrítsa Maríja ЛК Императрица Мария — Malvína Oleksándrivna Kolcháka-Dágmara Мальвіна Олександрівна Колчака-Дагмара (Was sunk by magazine explosion in 1916 near Sevastópol', Krym; salvaged two years later but deemed beyond repair, was scrapped in 1925; main turrets salvaged and shifted to the 30th Coast Defence Battery in Sevastópol', damaged during the Siege of Sevastópol' during the Great Patriotic War, was scrapped post-war; adopted by Ukraine, renamed LK Maríja Fédorivna ЛК Марія Федорівна with pennant 008) *
    035 LK Imperatrítsa Ekaterína Velíkaja ЛК Императрица Екатерина Великая — Ljubomýra Krystyánovna Anhál't-Tserbst-Dórnburg Любмира Кристиановпа Ангальт-Цербст-Дорнбург (Renamed LK Svobódnaja Rossíja ЛК Свободная Россия in 1917 after the February Revolution, was scuttled to prevent capture the following year near Novorossíjsk, Krasnodárskij Kraj; partially salvaged by 1930, work ceased that year due to issues with ammunition in magazines; adopted by Ukraine, renamed LK Sófija Krystyánovna ЛК Софія Христянівна with pennant 009) *
    036 LK Imperátor Aleksándr III ЛК Император Александр III — Anzhéla Mykhájlivna Alekséeva-Rómanova Анжела Михайлівна Алексєєва-Руманова (Second of name, Renamed LK Vólja ЛК Воля in 1917 after the February Revolution, captured by Germany the following year after the Treaty of Brest-Litóvsk, surrendered to the Allies later that year after the Armistice of Compiègne, shifted to White control in 1919, renamed LK Generál Alekséev ЛК Генерал Алексеев, interned in France the following year, was scrapped in 1936 to pay for docking fees at Binzart, Tunisia; adopted by Ukraine, renamed LK Mykhájlo Vasýl'ovych ЛК Михайло Васильович with pennant 010) *


    IMPERÁTOR NIKOLÁJ I-CLASS BATTLESHIP
    037 LK Imperátor Nikoláj I ЛК Император Николай I — Darýna Mykolájivna Rómanova Дарина Миколаївна Романова (Second of name, construction suspended in wake of launching in 1917 after the Russian Revolution, transferred to the Ukraine the following year, renamed LK Demokrátija ЛК Демократія; captured by the Bolsheviks later in 1918, renamed LK Sobórna Ukraína ЛК Соборна Украина; found to unfit for service, was scrapped in 1927; adopted by Ukraine under local name with pennant 011) *

    SOVÉTSKIJ SOJÚZ-CLASS BATTLESHIP (Project 23)
    038 LK Sovétskij Sojúz ЛК Советский Союз — Sofíja Vladímirovna Orlóva София Владимировна Орлова (Resembles Azur Lane self, construction suspended during the Siege of Leningrad from 1941-44, was 19.5% complete at the end of the Great Patriotic War, construction cancelled in 1947, was scrapped on slip two years later; adopted by Russia, renamed LK Sojúz ЛК Союз) *
    039 LK Sovétskaja Ukraína ЛК Советская Украина — Valérija Oleksjíjovna Kirichénko Валерія Олексійовна Кіріченко (Resembles Warship Girls version of Sofíja Orlóva, captured by Germany incomplete in 1941 during Operation Barbarossa at Mykolájiv, Mykolájivs'ka Óblast', Ukraine; was partially scrapped on slip to provide for ground fortifications, abandoned at Mykolájiv in 1944 on the German retreat, judged as total constructive loss, was scrapped on slip in 1947; adopted by Ukraine, renamed LK Ukrajína ЛК Украї́на with pennant 012) *
    040 LK Sovétskij Rossíja ЛК Советская Россия — Raísa Vladímirovna Orlóva Раиса Владимировна Орлова (Resembles Azur Lane self, construction suspended during the Great Patrioctic War, was only 0.97% complete at war's end in 1945, was scrapped two years later; adopted by Russia, renamed LK Rossíja ЛК Россия [second of name]) *
    041 LK Sovétskaja Belorússija ЛК Советская Белоруссия — Eŭgénija Jávna Hamárnik Эўгенія Яўна Хамарнік (Cancelled after laying down in 1940 due to inferior materials; adopted by Belarus, renamed LK Belarúś ЛК Беларусь with no change of pennant number) *


    REVENGE-CLASS BATTLESHIP (Inter-Allied Loan)
    042 LK Arkhángel'sk ЛК Архангельск — Stefánija Gordéjovna Lévchenko Стефания Гордейовна Левченко/Stephanie Grace Lévchenko (Built in the United Kingdom as HMS Royal Sovereign, transferred to the Soviet Union in 1944 and renamed, returned in 1949 and was scrapped; adopted by Russia, renamed LK Arkhistratíg Mikhaíl ЛК Архистратиг Михаил to prevent confusion with destroyer leader LÈM Arkhángel'sk [pennant 509], also given Royal Navy pennant 59 for administrative purposes) *

    CONTI DI CAVOUR-CLASS BATTLESHIP (War Prize)
    043 LK Novorossíjsk ЛК Новороссийск — Gavriílla Gájovna Chézare Гавриилла Гаёвна Чезаре/Gabriella Gulielma Cesare/Gabriella Julia Cæsar GABRIELLA IVLIA CÆSAR (Resembles Azur Lane self, built in Italy as RM Giulio Cesare, surrendered to the Allies in 1943, transferred to the Soviet Union as war prize in 1949 and renamed, was sunk by mine strike in 1955 near Sevastópol', Krym; was salvaged two years later and subsequently scrapped; adopted by Russia, renamed LK Krasnodár ЛК Краснодар to prevent confusion with aviation cruiser TAVKR Novorossíjsk [pennant 072], also given Italian Navy pennant 11 for administrative purposes) *

    BATTLECRUISERS

    IZMAÍL-CLASS BATTLECRUISER/FAST BATTLESHIP
    050 LKR Izmaíl ЛКР Измаил — Ióna Jósypivna Deribás Іона Йосипівна Дерибас (Construction halted after launch in 1917, was scrapped in 1931; adopted by Ukraine, renamed LKR Izmajíl ЛКР Измаил with pennant 020) *
    051 LKR Borodinó ЛКР Бородино — Vavára Mikhájlovna Kutúzova Вавара Михайловна Кутузова (Second of name, construction halted after launch in 1917, was scrapped in 1923; adopted by Russia, renamed LKR Tarútino ЛКР Тарутинo to prevent confusion with battleship ÈB Borodinó [pennant 021]) *
    052 LKR Kínburn ЛКР Кинбурн — Katerýna Jósypovna Deribás Катерина Йосипівна Дерибас (Construction halted after launch in 1917, was scrapped in 1923; adopted by Ukraine, renamed LKR Kínburn ЛКР Кинбурн with pennant 021) *
    053 LKR Navarín ЛКР Наварин — Nadézhda Lóginovna Géjdena Надежда Логиновна Гейдена (Second of name, construction halted after launch in 1917, was scrapped in 1923; adopted by Russia, renamed LKR Mjókkern ЛКР Мёккерн to prevent confusion with battleship ÈB Navarín [pennant 008]) *


    KRONSHTÁDT-CLASS BATTLECRUISER/FAST BATTLESHIP (Project 69)
    054 LKR Kronshtádt ЛКР Кронштадт — Klávdija Kornéliovna Krjújsa Клавдия Корнелиовна Крюйса (Construction halted in 1941 at 10.6% completion at the start of the Great Patriotic War, partially scrapped to provide material for the Siege of Leningrád from 1941-44, was scrapped in 1948; adopted by Russia)
    055 LKR Sevastópol' ЛКР Севастополь — Valentýna Pavlívna Skoropáds'kyj Валентина Павлівна Скоропадський (Third of name, construction halted at 11.6% completion in 1941 at the start of the Great Patriotic War, made constructive total loss while in drydock in 1944 on the German retreat, was scrapped in 1948; adopted by Ukraine, renamed LKR Mykolájiv ЛКР Миколаїв with pennant 022) *


    STALINGRÁD-CLASS BATTLECRUISER/FAST BATTLESHIP (Project 82)
    056 LKR Stalingrád ЛКР Сталинград — Dzhéssika Petrívna Rozumósvskij Джесіка Петрівна Розумовський (Resembles fan art of self by Ryan Greythorn, Pixiv ID #96758907, cancelled before launch in 1953, launched the following year to clear the slipway, hull used as target ship, ran aground in storm in 1955 near Sevastópol', salvaged and was scrapped by 1962; adopted by Ukraine, renamed LKR Dnipró ЛКР Дніпро with pennant 023) *
    057 LKR Moskvá ЛКР Москва — Maríja Daniílovna Névskaja Мария Данииловна Невская (Second of name, construction halted before launch in 1953, was scrapped on slip; adopted by Russia, renamed LKR Velíkoe Knjázhestvo ЛКР Великое Княжество to prevent confusion with destroyer leader LÈM Moskvá [pennant 495]) *
    058 LKR Kronshtádt ЛКР Кронштадт — Aleksándra Tómasovna Górdona Александра Томасовна Гордона (Second of name, construction halted before launch in 1953, was scrapped on slip; adopted by Russia, renamed LKR Rostóv ЛКР Ростов to prevent confusion with battlecruiser LKR Kronshtádt [pennant 054]) *


    LARGE MISSILE CRUISERS

    KÍROV-CLASS LARGE NUCLEAR MISSILE CRUISER/FAST BATTLESHIP (Project 1144 "Orlán")
    060 TÁRK Kírov ТАРК Киров — Florentína Fjódorovna Kóstikova-Ushakóva Флорентина Фёдоровна Костикова-Ушакова (Second of name, renamed TÁRK Admirál Ushakóv ТАРК Адмирал Ушаков in 1992, decommissioned in 2002 to allow second name to be recycled to new construction, restored to first name; awaiting scrapping)
    061 TÁRK Frúnze ТАРК Фрунзе — Ljósja Mikhaílovna Frúnze-Lázareva Лёша Михайловна Фрунзе-Лазарева (Second of name, renamed TÁRK Admirál Lázarev ТАРК Адмирал Лазарев [third of name] in 1992, damaged by internal fire in 2002, decommissioned two years later, awaiting scrapping)
    062 TÁRK Kalínin ТАРК Калинин — Ksénija Pavlóvna Kalínina-Nakhímova Ксения Павловна Калинина-Нахимова (Third of name, renamed TÁRK Admirál Nakhímov ТАРК Адмирал Нахимов in 1992, in service)
    063 TÁRK Júrij Andrópov ТАРК Юрий Андропов — Jarosláva Pétrovna Andrópova-Románova Ярослава Петровна Андропова-Романова (Resembles fan art of her as appearing at SpaceBattles, post #17081241, renamed TÁRK Pjotr Velíkij ТАРК Пётр Великий [second of name] in 1992, in service)
    064 TÁRK Admirál Flóta Sovétskogo Sojúza Kuznetsóv ТАРК Адмирал Флота Советского Союза Кузнецов — Rozalína Grígorevna Kuznetsóva-Spirídova Розалина Григорьевна Кузнецова-Спиридова (Cancelled before construction in 1990, renamed TÁRK Admirál Spirídov ТАРК Адмирал Спиридов to prevent confusion with aircraft cruiser TAVKR Admirál Flóta Sovétskogo Sojúza Kuznetsóv [pennant 074]) *


    AVIATION CRUISERS/AIRCRAFT CARRIERS

    KÍEV-CLASS AVIATION CRUISER (Project 1143 "Kréchet")
    070 TAVKR Kíev ТАВКР Киев — Krystýna Júrievna Koslóva Кристина Юріевна Козлова/Kèlǐsīdìnà Yóulǐyéfūnà Kēzīluòwá 克里斯蒂娜·尤里耶夫娜·科茲洛娃 (Second of name, awarded ÓKZ in 1984, decommissioned in 1993, sold for civilian use in 1993, now acting as afloat theme park since 2004 in Tiānjīn, China; adopted by Ukraine, renamed AK Varjáhi АК Варяги to prevent confusion with destroyer leader LEM Kýjiv [pennant 078], assigned Ukrainian Navy pennant 015) *
    071 TAVKR Minsk ТАВКР Минск — Marharýta Uladzímiraŭna Vysótskaja Маргарыта Уладзіміраўна Высоцкая/Mǎgélìtǎ Fúlājīmǐluófúnà Wéisuǒcíkǎyà 瑪格麗塔·弗拉基米羅芙娜·維索茨卡婭 (Decommissioned in 1993, sold for civilian use in 2000 as theme park at Yántián, Shēnzhèn, Guǎngdōng, China; due to bankruptcy, was shifted in 2016 to Nántōng, Jiāngsū to await refit for new theme park; adopted by Belarus, renamed AK Pólatsk АК Полацк with same pennant number to prevent confusion with destroyer leader LÈM Minsk [pennant 497]) *
    072 TAVKR Novorossíjsk ТАВКР Новороссийск — Natáli Borislávna Chernýkh Натали Бориславна Черных/Nat'alli Borisŭllabŭna Ch'erŭnik'ŭ 나탈리 보리슬라브나 체르니크 (Second of name, decommissioned in 1993, damaged beyond economical repair by engine room fire two years later, was scrapped in 1997; adopted by Russia)
    073 TAVKR Bakú ТАВКР Баку — Varshá Ígorevna Kapácheva-Gorshkóva Варша Игоревна Карачева-Горшкова/Varṣā Igoravāna Karācheva-Gorṣakov
    वर्षा इगोरवाना कराचेवा-गोर्शकोव (Renamed TAVKR Admirál Flóta Sovétskogo Sojúza Gorshkóv ТАВКР Адмирал Флота Советского Союза Горшков in 1991, damaged by boiler room explosion in 1994, decommissioned two years later; transferred to India in 2004 after heavy modification, renamed INS Vikramāditya INS विक्रमादित्य with pennant R33, still in service; adopted by India under local name, given Russian Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *


    KUZNETSÓV-CLASS AVIATION CRUISER (Project 1143.5 "Kréchet")
    074 TAVKR Ríga ТАВКР Рига — Regína Leonídovna Brézhneva-Kuznetsóva Регина Леонидовна Брежнева-Кузнецова (Renamed TAVKR Leoníd Brézhnev ТАВКР Леонид Брежнев on launching in 1985, renamed TAVKR Tbilísi ТАВКР Тбилиси [second of name] on completion in 1991, renamed TAVKR Admirál Flóta Sovétskogo Sojúza Kuznetsóv ТАВКР Адмирал Флота Советского Союза Кузнецов [second of name] on transfer to Russian control the following year, in commission)
    075 TAVKR Ríga ТАВКР Рига — Lǐ Lánníng 李 兰寧/Lénning Sjáojan'ovna Li Лэннинг Сяояньовна Ли (Second of name, renamed TAKVR Varjág ТАВКР Варяг [second of name] after launching in 1990, construction halted at 68% completion that year, transferred to China in 2002 and completed, renamed ZRZ Liáoníng ZRZ 遼寧 with pennant 16, in commission; given Russian Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *


    UL'JÁNOVSK-CLASS NUCLEAR AVIATION CRUISER (Project 1143.7 "Kréchet")
    076 ÁTAKR Ul'jánovsk АТАКР Ульяновск — Stanisláva Bogdánova Kitrovnó Станислава Богдановна Хитрово (Cancelled before launching in 1992 at 40% completion, was scrapped on slip; adopted by Russia, renamed ÁTAKR Simbírsk АТАКР Симбирск for political considerations) *
    077 (no name) — Ksénija Petrívna Konashévych-Sahajdáchnyj Ксенія Петрівна Конашевич-Сагайдачний (Cancelled before construction in 1991, never named; adopted by Ukraine, renamed ÁAK Kúl'chytsi ААК Кульчиці with pennant 016) *


    Ship prefix

    Russian type prefixes
    ÁTAKR/АТАКР — Átomnye Tjazhjólyj Aviánesuschij Kréjser Атомный Тяжёлый Авианесущий Крейсер ("Nuclear Heavy Aviation Cruiser") (Title for Project 1143.7 ships only)
    BS/БС — Bronenósets Броненосец ("Armourclad") (Title for ironclad-type warships)
    BSh/БШ — Blókshiv Блокшив ("Blockship")
    ÈB/ЭБ — Èskádrennyj Bronenósets Эскадренный Броненосец ("Squadron Armourclad") (Title for pre-dreadnoughts)
    LK/ЛК — Linéjnyj Korábl' Линейный Корабль ("Ship of the Line") (Title for dreadnought battleships)
    LKR/ЛКР — Linéjnyj Kréjser Линейный Крейсер ("Cruiser of the Line") (Title for battlecruisers)
    TÁRK/ТАРК — Tjazhjólyj Átomnye Rakétnye Kréjser Тяжёлые Атомные Ракетные Крейсер ("Heavy Nuclear Guided Missile Cruiser") (Title for Project 1144 ships only)
    TAVKR/ТАВКР — Tjazhjólyj Aviánesuschij Kréjser Тяжёлый Авианесущий Крейсер ("Heavy Aviation Cruiser") (Title for Project 1143 ships only)


    Ukrainian type prefixes
    ÁAK/ААК — Átomnyj Aviatsíjnyj Kréjser Атомний Авіаційний Крейсер ("Nuclear Aviation Cruiser") (Title for Project 1143.7 ships only)
    AK/АК — Aviatsíjnyj Kréjser Авіаційний Крейсер ("Aviation Cruiser") (Title for Project 1143 ships only)
    LK/ЛК — Liníjyny Korabél ("Ship of the Line") (Title for dreadnought battleships)
    LKR/ЛКР — Liníjynj Kréjser ("Cruiser of the Line") (Title for battlecruisers)
    PN/ПН — Pántsernik ("Armourclad") (Title for pre-dreadnoughts)


    Belorussian type prefixes
    AK/АК — Avijatsýjny Kréjser Авіяцыйны Крэйсер ("Aviation Cruiser") (Title for Project 1143 ships only)
    LK/ЛК — Linéjny Karabéĺ ("Ship of the Line") (Title for dreadnought battleships)


    Other ship prefixes
    EML — Eesti Mereväe Laev ("Estonian Navy Ship")
    HM — His/Her Majesty's (Royal Navy ship prefix for non-named minor surface vessels)
    HMS — His/Her Majesty's Ship
    INS — Indian Naval Ship
    RM — Regia Marina ("Royal Navy") (Italian Navy ship prefix pre-1946)
    SMS — Seiner Majestät Schiff ("His Majesty's Ship") (German Navy ship prefix pre-1918)
    THG — Tennō Heika Gunkan 天王陛下軍艦 ("Warship of His Majesty the Heavenly Sovereign")
    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

    CMB — Coastal Motor Boat (Royal Navy non-named minor warship pennant superior)
    R — Aircraft Carrier (British Commonwealth post-World War Two pennant superior)
    ZS — Zendokyū Senkan 前弩級戦艦 ("Pre-Dreadnought Battleship") (Japanese Self-Defence Forces hull classification code)
    Note that in Western naval tradition, capital ships are not given pennant superior letters. Like the Russian Navy and its successor services, the People's Liberation Army-Navy uses numerical-only pennant numbers.


    Other translations

    ÓKZ/ОКЗÓrden Krásnogo Známeni Орден Красного Знамени ("Order of the Red Banner") (Soviet personal/unit award for heroism and outstanding service)
     
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    I have twisted mine own tongue.
    Is Sigfryda a feminine for Siegfried?
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    Following the tradition, or starting it since she's even older?
     
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    Yep.

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    The territory of modern-day Venezuela was part of a pre-1871 German attempt at helping colonize what was then called New Spain; you can read about it here: Klein-Venedig - Wikipedia
     
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  12. Extras: Russia/Soviet Union: Cruisers
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    And here's the revised cruiser list for Russia and the former Soviet Union, including the post-Great Patriotic War cruisers...

    KANTAI COLLECTION/AZUR LANE/WARSHIP GIRLS
    LIST OF CRUISERS (COMMONWEALTH OF INDEPENDENT STATES)

    No./Ship Name — Human Name (Fate)

    ARMOURED CRUISERS

    GENERÁL-ADMIRÁL-CLASS ARMOURED FRIGATE/ARMOURED CRUISER
    100 BKR Generál-Admirál БКР Генерал-Адмирал — Guljá Sergéevna Týrtova-Rómanova Гуля Сергеевна Тыртова-Романова (Assigned as training ship in 1906, rebuilt as minelayer in 1909 and renamed MKR Nárova МКР Нарову, sided with the Bolsheviks in 1917 after the October Revolution, re-assigned as depot ship in 1924 and renamed VGT 25 Oktjabrjá ВГТ 25 Октября, decommissioned in 1944, was subsequently sunk near Sankt-Peterburg, was scrapped on site in 1953; adopted by Russia, serves under first name)
    101 BKR Gértsog Èdinbúrgskij БКР Герцог Эдинбургский — Ekaterína Al'bértovna Sáksen-Kóburg-Gótskij Екатерина Альбертовна Саксен-Бург-Готский (Converted to minelayer in 1909, renamed MKR Onéga МКР Онега; re-designated as blockship in 1914, renamed BSh-9 БШ-9; decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped that year; adopted by Russia, re-designated BKR Onéga БКР Онега as original name is based on English royal title) *


    MÍNIN-CLASS ARMOURED CRUISER
    102 BKR Mínin БКР Минин — Malvína Alekséevna Peschuróva Мальвина Алексеевна Песчурова (Reassigned as training ship in 1906, converted to minelayer in 1909, renamed MKR Ládoga МКР Ладога; was sunk by mine strike in 1915 near Örö Fortress, Åboland-Turunmaa, Finland; adopted by Russia under first name)

    VLADÍMIR MOROMÁKH-CLASS ARMOURED CRUISER
    103 BKR Vladímir Moromákh БКР Владимир Мономах — Anastasíja Volodýmirivna Rjúrikovich Анастасія Володимирівна Рюрикович (Damaged beyond economical repair by gunfire and torpedo attack in 1905 at the Battle of Tsushima by elements of the Imperial Combined Fleet west-northwest of Nagato, Yamaguchi, Japan; was subsequently scuttled; adopted by Ukraine, renamed PTK Volodýmyr Monomákh ПТК Володимир Мономах with pennant 030) *

    DMÍTRIJ DONSKÓJ-CLASS ARMOURED CRUISER
    104 BKR Dmítrij Donskój БКР Дмитрий Донской — Aleksándra Dmítrievna Rjúrikovich Александра Дмитриевна Рюрикович/Alleksandŭra Dŭmit'ŭriyep'ŭna Rurik'obich'i 알렉산드라 드미트리예프나 루리코비치 (Damaged beyond economical repair by gunfire in 1905 during the Battle of Tsushima by elements of the Imperial Combined Fleet, was scuttled to prevent capture east-northeast of Ŭllŭng, Kyŏngsangbuk-to, Korea; adopted by Russia)

    ADMIRÁL NAKHÍMOV-CLASS ARMOURED CRUISER
    108 BKR Admirál Nakhímov БКР Адмирал Нахимов — Feodósija Pavlóvna Nakhímova Феодосия Павловна Нахимова (Was sunk by combined gunfire and torpedo strikes in 1905 during the Battle of Tsushima by elements of the Imperial Combined Fleet south-southeast of Hitakatsu, Nagasaki, Japan; one gun preserved at the Fune no Kagakukan, Tōkyō, Japan; adopted by Russia, renamed BKR Féniks БКР Феникс to prevent confusion with nuclear missile cruiser TÁRK Admirál Nakhímov [pennant 062]) *

    PÁMJAT' AZÓVA-CLASS ARMOURED CRUISER
    112 BKR Pámjat' Azóva БКР Память Азовa — Ásja Sal'vadórovna Báuera Ася Сальвадоровна Бауэра (Decommissioned in 1906 after crew mutinied in the wake of the Revolution of 1905, converted to torpedo boat depot ship in 1909, renamed VGT Dviná ВГТ Двина; was sunk by torpedo strike in 1919 by HM CMB-79 near Kronshtádt, Sankt-Peterbúrg; subsequently salvaged and was scrapped; adopted by Russia under first name)

    RJÚRIK-CLASS ARMOURED CRUISER (1892)
    119 BKR Rjúrik БКР Рюрик — Varvára Fjódorovna Snegél'ma Варвара Фьодоровна Снегельма/Parŭbara P'yodorobŭna Sŭnegelma 바르바라 표도로브나 스네겔마 (Damaged beyond economical repair by gunfire in 1905 during the Battle off Ulsan by TH Gunkan-tachi Izumo, Azuma, Tokiwa and Iwate; was scuttled east of Yŏngdo, Pusan, Korea; adopted by Russia)

    ROSSÍJA-CLASS ARMOURED CRUISER
    120 BKR Rossíja БКР Россия — Parfjónova Aleksándrovna Domozhírovna Парфжонова Александровна Доможировна (Modified to serve as fast minelayer in 1914, defected to the Bolshevik side in 1917 after the October Revolution, decommissioned the following year, was scrapped in 1923; adopted by Russia, renamed BKR Zemljá БКР Земля to prevent confusion with battleship LK Rossíja [pennant 040]) *

    GROMOBÓJ-CLASS ARMOURED CRUISER
    121 BKR Gromobój БКР Громобой — Galena Karolina Jessen/Galína Karlóvna Iéssena Галина Карловна Иессена (Modified as minelayer in 1914, switched to the Bolshevik side in 1917 after the Russian Revolution, decommissioned the following year, was wrecked by grounding en route to scrapping in 1922 near Liepāja, Kurzemes, Latvia; was scrapped in place; adopted by Latvia, renamed LJK Pērkons with pennant K4) *

    BAJÁN-CLASS ARMOURED CRUISER
    128 BKR Baján БКР Баян — Akemi Alexa Rodionov 明美・アレクサ・ロディオノヴ/Akémi Aleksándrovna Rodiónova Акеми Александровна Родионова (Resembles Azur Lane version of Akakura Miyako [THG Myōkō], built in France for Russia, was sunk by shore artillery in 1904 during the Siege of Port Arthur near Lǚshùnkǒu, Liáoníng, China; salvaged by Japan later that year, renamed THG Aso THG 阿蘇; re-designated as training ship in 1908, converted to minelayer in 1920, decommissioned in 1930, was sunk as target two years later south of Tateyama, Chiba, Japan; adopted by Japan, renamed NKG Tateyama NKG たてやま with hull number SJ-33 to prevent confusion with aircraft carrier THG Aso [KB-31]) *
    129 BKR Admirál Makárov БКР Адмирал Макаров — Elizavéta Vladímirovna Ponomarjóva-Makárova Елизавета Владимировна Пономарёва-Макарова (Built in France for Russia, switched to the Bolshevik side in 1917 after the October Revolution, decommissioned the following year, was scrapped in 1922; adopted by Russia, renamed BKR Velíkij Knjaz' Konstantín БКР Верхний Кназь Константин to prevent confusion with light cruiser KRL Admirál Makárov [pennant 181]) *
    130 BKR Baján БКР Баян — Teodora Aleksandra Danilskaitė/Fedós'ja Aleksándrovna Danilévskaja Федоша Александровна Данилевская (Second of name, switched to the Bolshevik side in 1917 after the October Revolution, decommissioned the following year, was scrapped in 1922; adopted by Lithuania, renamed LKL Bajanas with pennant K1) *
    131 BKR Palláda БКР Паллада — Marita Aleksandra Ugrjumov/Polína Alekséevna Ugrjúmova Полина Алексеевна Угрюмова (Second of name, was sunk by torpedo strike in 1914 by SM U-26 south-southwest of Hanko, Raseborg, Finland; adopted by Finland, renamed PR Pallas Athene with pennant R1) *


    RJÚRIK-CLASS ARMOURED CRUISER (1906)
    143 BKR Rjúrik БКР Рюрик — Herais Nichola von Essen-Tenison/Raísa Nikoláevna von Èssén-Tenisón Раиса Николаевна фон Иссен-Тенисон (Second of name, converted to minelayer in 1914, damaged beyond economical repair by mine strike two years later near Gógland, Leningrádskaja Óblast; was under repair when the October Revolution came in 1917, decommissioned the following year, was scrapped in 1925; adopted by Finland, renamed PR Rurikinlinna with pennant R2) *

    HEAVY CRUISERS

    ADMIRAL HIPPER-CLASS HEAVY CRUISER
    179 TKR Petropávlovsk ТКР Петропавловск — Theodora Petra Wrangel, Freiin von Lützow/Dóroti Pétrovna Vrángel'-Ljúttsov Дороти Петровна Врангель-Лютцов (Resembles Azur Lane self, third of name, built in Germany as KMS Lützow [second of name], sold to the Soviet Union incomplete in 1940 and renamed; remained incomplete when Operation: Barbarossa began in 1941, employed as floating battery at Sankt-Peterbúrg, was sunk by air attack the following year by Luftwaffe bombers, salvaged later in 1942, renamed TKR Tállinn ТКР Таллинн the following year, re-designated as stationary school ship in 1945, renamed US Dnepr УС Днепр in 1953, decommissioned in 1958, was scrapped the following year; adopted by Estonia, renamed EML Tallinn with pennant R2, also given German Navy pennant K95 for administrative purposes) *

    SVATÓJ-CLASS HEAVY CRUISER (Project 66)
    183 (no name) — Nadézhda Svjatoslávna Rjúrikovich Надежда Святославна Рюрикович (Proposed as one of the Project 66 cruisers, never built or named; adopted by Russia, named TKR Velíkij Nóvgorod ТКР Великий Новгород) *
    184 (no name) — Ól'ha Íhorovna Rjúrykovychuk Ольга Ігоровна Рюриковичук (Proposed as one of the Project 66 cruisers, never built or named; adopted by Ukraine, named VKR Svjatá Ól'ha ВКР Свята Ольга with pennant 039) *
    185 (no name) — Vládlena Andréevna Rjúrikovich Владлена Андреевна Рюрикович (Proposed as one of the Project 66 cruisers, never built or named; adopted by Russia, named TKR Velíkij Knjáz' Andréj Bogoljúbskij ТКР Великий Андрей Князь Боголюбский) *
    186 (no name) — Ruslána Románivna Rjúrykovychuk Руслана Романівна Рюриковичук (Proposed as one of the Project 66 cruisers, never built or named; adopted by Ukraine, named VKR Román Velýkyj ВКР Великий Роман with pennant 040) *
    187 (no name) — Rabí Akhmádna Dúlova Раби Ахмадна Дулова/Rabī bint-'Aḥmad Al Dulo (Proposed as one of the Project 66 cruisers, never built or named; adopted by Russia, named TKR Khan Batbaján Bérmer ТКР Хан Батбаян Бермер) *
    188 (no name) — Pylýpa Jaroslávna Rjúrykovychuk Пилипа Ярославна Рюриковичук (Proposed as one of the Project 66 cruisers, never built or named; adopted by Ukraine, named VKR Jarosláv Múdryj ВКР Ярослав Мудрий with pennant 041) *
    189 (no name) — Rusálova Jaroslávna Rjúrikovich Русалова Ярославна Рюрикович (Proposed as one of the Project 66 cruisers, never built or named; adopted by Russia, named TKR Stáraja Rjazán' ТКР Старая Рязань) *
    190 (no name) — Tatstsjána Túroŭna Rúrykavich Таццяна Тураўна Рурыкавіч (Proposed as one of the Project 66 cruisers, never built or named; adopted by Belarus, named TsKR Svjáty Kíryla Túraŭski ЦКР Святы Кірыла Тураўскі with same pennant number) *
    191 (no name) — Sofíja Rostislávna Mstislávich София Ростиславна Мстиславич (Proposed as one of the Project 66 cruisers, never built or named; adopted by Russia, named TKR Knjáz' Rostisláv I Mstislávich ТКР Князь Ростислав I Мстиславич) *
    192 (no name) — Rahnéda Rahválodna Rúrykavich Ранеда Рахваладна Рурыкавіч (Proposed as one of the Project 66 cruisers, never built or named; adopted by Belarus, named TsKR Knjáz' Rahválod ЦКР Князь Рахвалод with same pennant number) *
    193 (no name) — Regína Sudislávna Rjúrikovich Регина Судиславна Рюрикович (Proposed as one of the Project 66 cruisers, never built or named, adopted by Russia, named TKR Pskóvskaja Respúblika ЦКР Псковская Республика) *
    194 (no name) — Linda Toompea/Línda Kálevna Tóompea Линда Калевна Тоомпеа (Proposed as one of the Project 66 cruisers, never built or named, adopted by Estonia, named EML Kuningas Kalev with pennant R4) *


    PROTECTED CRUISERS

    VÍTJAZ'-CLASS PROTECTED CRUISER
    106 ZKR Vítjaz' ЗКР Витязь — Valéria Stepánovna Makárova Валерия Степановна Макарова/Palleria Sŭt'ep'anovŭna Mak'aroba 발레리아 스테파노브나 마카로바 (Engaged in round-the-world exploration in 1886-89, was sunk by grounding in 1893 near Wŏnsan, Kang'wŏn-do, Korea; adopted by Russia, renamed ZKR Druzhína ЗКР Дружина to prevent confusion with nautical research ship NIS Vítjaz') *
    107 ZKR Rýnda ЗКР Рында — Rastisláva Fjódorovna Avelána Растислава Фёдоровна Авелана (Reclassified as training ship in 1906, renamed UKL Osvododítel' УКЛ Освободитель in 1917 after the February Revolution, decommissioned the following year, was scrapped in 1922; adopted by Russia under first name)


    ADMIRÁL KORNÍLOV-CLASS PROTECTED CRUISER
    109 ZKR Admirál Kornílov ЗКР Адмирал Корнилов — Vánda Evgén'evna Alekséeva-Kornílova Ванда Евгеньевна Алексеева-Корнилова (Built in France for Russia, reassigned as training ship in 1907, decommissioned in 1911, was subsequently scrapped; adopted by Russia)

    PALLÁDA-CLASS PROTECTED CRUISER
    124 ZKR Palláda ЗКР Паллада — Ritsúko Evgén'evna Alekséeva Рицуко Евгеньевна Алексеева/Ritsuko Eugena Alexsev 律子・ユージナ・アレクセヴ (Was sunk by shore artillery in 1904 during the Siege of Port Arthur near Lǚshùnkǒu, Liáoníng, China; salvaged by Japan later that year, renamed THG Tsugaru THG 津軽, subsequently assigned as training ship, rebuilt as minelayer in 1920, decommissioned two years later; was scuttled as target in 1924 near Yokosuka, Kanagawa, Japan; adopted by Russia, also given Japanese Self-Defence Forces hull number BJ-34 for administrative purposes) *
    125 ZKR Diána ЗКР Диана — Diána Aleksándrovna Lívena Диана Александровна Ливена (Reassigned as hospital ship in 1917 after the October Revolution, decommissioned in 1922, was subsequently scrapped; adopted by Russia)
    126 ZKR Avróra ЗКР Аврора — Anzhelíka Aleksándrovna Kítkina Анжелика Александровна Киткина (Resembles Azur Lane self, (Assigned as training ship in 1906, restored to active service in 1914, helped initiate the October Revolution at Sankt-Peterbúrg in 1917, placed in reserve the following year; recommissioned as training ship in 1922, given ÓKZ in 1927, was stripped of armament in 1941 for the defence of Sankt-Peterbúrg in the Great Patriotic War, was sunk later that year by short bombardment off the Oranienbáumskaja Mel', Lomonósov, Sankt-Peterbúrg; salvaged post-war, made static training ship for the Nakhímovskoe Voénno-Morskóe Uchílishe at Sankt-Peterbúrg, permanently docked in 1948 in the Bol'shája Névka near the east-northeast of the Petropávlovskaja Krépost', was made a museum ship in 1957, awarded the ÓOR in 1968, declared ceremonial flagship of the Russian Navy in 2013, in commission; adopted by Russia)


    VARJÁG-CLASS PROTECTED CRUISER
    127 ZKR Varjág ЗКР Варяг — Utáko Vladímirovna Béra Утако Владимировна Бера/Utako Vanna Ber 歌子・ヴァンナ・ベル/Ut'ak'o Pŭlladimirobŭna Pera 우타코 블라디미로브나 베라 (Built in the United States for Russia, damaged beyond economical repair by gunfire in 1904 during the Battle of Chemulp'o Bay by TH Gunkan-tachi Asama, Naniwa, Takachiho, Chiyoda, Akashi and Niitaka; was scuttled by crew west of Yŏnsu, Inch'ŏn, Korea; subsequently salvaged by Japan and renamed THG Sōya THG 宗谷; restored to Russia in 1916 and reverted to original name, was seized by the United Kingdom the following year after the October Revolution at Liverpool, Merseyside, England; used as a depot ship without change of name, ran aground en route to dismantling in 1920 near Lendalfoot, South Ayrshire, Scotland; was scrapped by 1925; adopted by Russia, also given Japanese Self-Defence Forces hull number BJ-35 for administrative purposes)

    ASKÓLD-CLASS PROTECTED CRUISER
    133 ZKR Askól'd ЗКР Аскольд — Anfísa Nikoláevna Rejtsenshtéjna Анфиша Николаевна Рейценштейна (Built in Germany for Russia, aligned to the Bolsheviks in 1917 after the October Revolution, decommissioned the following year, seized by the United Kingdom, renamed HMS Glory IV as depot ship; transferred to the Soviet Union in 1922, was scrapped that year; adopted by Russia)

    BOGATÝR'-CLASS PROTECTED CRUISER
    134 ZKR Bogatýr' ЗКР Богатырь — Vasilísa Stanislávovna Vasil'kóvskaja Василиса Станиславовна Васильковская (Built in Germany for Russia, converted to minelayer in 1914, aligned to the Bolsheviks in 1917 after the October Revolution, decommissioned the following year, was scrapped in 1922; adopted by Russia)
    135 ZKR Vítjaz' ЗКР Витязь — Valeria Karla Jessens/Valérija Karlóvna Iéssena Валерия Карловна Иессена (Damaged beyond economical repair by fire while under construction in 1901, was scrapped on slip later that year; adopted by Latvia, renamed LJK Bruņinieks with pennant K5) *
    136 ZKR Olég ЗКР Олег — Olésja Ivánovna Lébedeva Олеся Ивановна Лебедева (Sided with the Bolsheviks in 1917 after the October Revolution, was sunk by torpedo strike two years later by HM CMB-4 near Kronshtádt, Sankt-Peterbúrg; was scrapped by 1938; adopted by Russia)
    137 ZKR Kagúl ЗКР Кагул — Clemena Mihaia von Schultz/Klementína Maksimiliánova Shul'ts Клементина Максимилианова Шульц (Resembles Azur Lane self, renamed ZKR Pámjat' Merkúrija ЗКР Память Меркурия [second of name] in 1907, sided with the Bolsheviks in 1917 after the October Revolution, decommissioned the following year, surrendered to Germany in 1918 after the Treaty of Brest-Litóvsk; was seized by Soviet forces the following year, renamed ZKR Komintérn ЗКР Коминтерн in 1922, reassigned as training ship, reclassified as minelayer in 1941 at the start of the Great Patriotic War; deemed unfit for service, was sunk as breakwater the following year west of Q'ulevi, Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti, Georgia; adopted by Moldova, renamed CU Cahul with pennant C1) *
    138 ZKR Ochákov ЗКР Очаков — Oksána Sergéevna Poguljáeva-Kornílova Оксана Сергеевна Погуляева-Корнилова (Renamed ZKR Kagúl ЗКР Кагул [second of name] in 1917, restored to original name later that year, was captured by Germany the following year, surrendered to the Allies later in 1918, turned over to White forces and renamed ZKR Generál Kornílov ЗКР Генерал Корнилов, interned at Binzart, Tunisia; was scrapped in 1933; adopted by Russia under final name)


    NOVÍK-CLASS PROTECTED CRUISER
    139 ZKR Novík ЗКР Новик — Sidjúka Nikoláevna von Èssen Сидюка Николаевна фон Иссен/Shizuka Nicola von Essen 静香・ニコラ・フォン・エッセン (Resembles Azur Lane version of Akakura Asami [THG Ashigara], built in Germany for Russia, was sunk by gunfire in 1904 during the Battle of Korsàkov by THG Tsushima south of Korsàkov, Sakhalìnskaja Òblast; subsequently salvaged by Japan, renamed THG Suzuya THG 鈴谷; re-designated as dispatch vessel in 1908, reclassified as coastal defence ship in 1912, decommissioned the following year and was scrapped; adopted by Russia, also given Japanese Self-Defence Forces hull number BJ-36 for administrative purposes)

    BOJÁRIN-CLASS PROTECTED CRUISER
    140 ZKR Bojárin ЗКР Боярин — Maríja Vladímirovna Sárycheva Мария Владимировна Сарычева (Built by Denmark for Russia, was sunk by mine strike in 1904 near Lǚshùnkǒu, Liáoníng, China; adopted by Russia)

    IZUMRÚD-CLASS PROTECTED CRUISER
    141 ZKR Izumrúd ЗКР Изумруд — Irína Vil'gél'movna Férzena Ирина Вильгельмовна Ферзена (Damaged beyond economical repair by grounding in 1905 after the Battle of Tsushima near Timoféevka, Primórskij Kraj; was destroyed on site; adopted by Russia)
    142 ZKR Zhémchug ЗКР Жемчуг — Zaréma Nikoláevna Kulibina Зарема Николаевна Кулибина (Was sunk by combined gunfire and torpedo strike in 1914 during the Battle of Penang by SMS Emden off George Town, Pinang, Malaysia; was partially salvaged in the 1920s and scrapped, wreckage remains in the Penang Strait; adopted by Russia)


    MECIDIYE-CLASS PROTECTED CRUISER (War Prize)
    154 ZKR Prut ЗКР Прут — Meryem Abdülmecid-zade Gutan/Maríja Nikoláevna Gutána Мария Николаевна Гутана (Built in the United States for the Ottoman Empire as YLG Mecidiye, was sunk by mine strike in 1915 near Odésa, Odés'ka Òblast', Ukraine; salvaged by Russia later that year and renamed, captured by Germany in 1918 and returned to the Ottoman Empire, reverted to original name; assumed by Turkey as TCG Mecidiye in 1925, reclassified as training ship in 1940, decommissioned in 1947, was scrapped in 1956; serving with Turkey, given Turkish Navy pennant K8, also given Russian Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *

    LIGHT CRUISERS

    MURAV'JÓV-AMÚRSKIJ-CLASS LIGHT CRUISER (Pillau-Class)
    144 KRL Murav'jóv-Amúrskij КРЛ Муравьев-Амурский — Pavlína Lébrekhtovna Klíttsing Павлина Лебрехтовна Клитцинг/Paulina Lissa, Freiin von Klitzing (Ordered by Russia, seized by Germany at the start of the Great War and renamed SMS Pillau, surrendered to Italy in 1920, renamed RM Bari; was sunk by air attack in 1943 by United States Army Air Force bombers at Livorno, wreck seized by Germany after the Armistice of Cassibile, was partially scrapped on site before war’s end, fully scrapped by 1948; adopted by Russia, renamed KRL Baltíjsk КРЛ Балтийск, also given German Navy pennant K62 and Italian Navy pennant I53 for administrative purposes) *
    145 KRL Nevel'skój КРЛ Невельской — Kérita Rudól'fovna Mádlung Керита Рудольфовна Мадлунг/Kerith Emma Madlung (Ordered by Russia, seized by Germany at the start of the Great War, renamed SMS Elbing, damaged beyond economical repair by collision in 1916 at the Battle of Jutland with SMS Posen, was scuttled west of Ringkobing, Midtjylland, Denmark; adopted by Russia, renamed KRL Admirál Nevel'skój КРЛ Адмирал Невельской, also given German Navy pennant K63 for administrative purposes) *


    SVETLÁNA-CLASS LIGHT CRUISER (1913)
    146 KRL Svetlána КРЛ Светлана — Svetlána Ivánovna Jumásheva Светлана Ивановна Юмашева (Resembles Victory Belles self, second of name, built in modern-day Estonia, towed to Sankt-Peterbúrg in 1917 incomplete after the October Revolution to prevent capture by Germany, renamed KRL Profintérn КРЛ Профинтерн in 1924, completed and commissioned in 1928; renamed KRL Krásnyj Krym КРЛ Красный Крым in 1939, declared Guards ship in 1942, reclassified as training ship in 1954, reclassified as experimental ship in 1957 and re-designated OS-20 ОС-20, re-designated as accommodation ship PKZ-144 ПКЗ-144 the following year, decommissioned in 1959 and was subsequently scrapped; adopted by Russia, renamed KRL Krym KRL Krym, awarded honorific title KhRF) *
    147 KRL Admirál Butakóv KRL Адмирал Бутаков — Ruslana Gregoria Butakov/Ruslána Grigór'evna Butakóva Руслана Григорьевна Бутакова (Cancelled after launch in 1916, was subsequently scrapped; adopted by Latvia, renamed LJK Rātslaukums with pennant K6) *
    148 KRL Admirál Spirídov KRL Адмирал Спиридов — Valenti Yrjöa Spiridov/Valentína Grigór'evna Spirídova Валентина Григорьевна Спиридова (Cancelled after launch in 1916, converted to civilian tanker TK Grózneft' ТK Грознефть, converted to towable barge in 1934, was sunk as blockship in 1941 near Mariúpol', Donéts'ka Óblast', Ukraine; salvaged by Germany the following year, was scuttled in 1944 to prevent capture, subsequently salvaged by the Soviet Union and subsequently scrapped; adopted by Finland, renamed KR Viipuri with pennant number R3) *
    149 KRL Admirál Grejg КРЛ Адмирал Грейг — Bohdána Samuílovna Hregg Багдана Самуілаўна Грэгг (Built in modern-day Estonia, cancelled after launch in 1916, converted to civilian tanker TK Aznéft' ТK Азнефть, was sunk in storm at unknown date and location; adopted by Belarus, renamed LKR Barýsaŭ ЛКР Барысаў with same pennant number) *


    ADMIRÁL NAKHÍMOV-CLASS LIGHT CRUISER
    150 KRL Admirál Nakhímov КРЛ Адмирал Нахимов — Ól'ha Pavlívna Nakhjímova Ольга Павлівна Нахійомова (Second of name, construction halted after launching in 1917 due to the October Revolution, obtained by Ukraine the following year, renamed LKR Hét'man Bohdán Khmel'nýts'kyj ЛКР Гетьман Богдан Хмельницький; captured by the Soviets in 1919, renamed KRL Chervóna Ukraína КРЛ Червона Украина, commissioned in 1927, was sunk by air strike in 1941 by Luftwaffe bombers near Sevastópol', Krym; was salvaged in 1947 and turned into static training ship, converted to target ship in 1952 and run aground north-northwest of Slávnoe, Krym; was effectively destroyed on site by 1980; adopted by Ukraine, renamed LKR Odésa ЛКР Одеса with pennant 031) *
    151 KRL Admirál Lázarev КРЛ Адмирал Лазарев — Leili Mikheila Lazarevi Anchabadze ლეილი მიხეილა ლაზარევი ანჩაბაძე/Léjli Mikhájlovna Lázareva-Anchábadze Лейли Михайловна Лазарева-Анчабадзе (Second of name, construction abandoned after launch in 1917 in the wake of the October Revolution, acquired by Ukraine two years later, renamed LKR Hét'man Petró Doroshénko ЛКР Гетьман Петро Дорошенко; acquired by the Soviet Union after the Russian Civil War, renamed KRL Krásnyj Kavkáz КРЛ Красный Кавказ in 1926, commissioned in 1932, declared as Guards ship in 1942, reclassified as training ship in 1947, was sunk as target in 1952 southeast of Primòrskij, Krym; adopted by Georgia, renamed MSK Sokhumi MSK სოხუმი with pennant K1) *
    152 KRL Admirál Kornílov КРЛ Адмирал Корнилов — Anna Vladimira Kornilov/Ánna Vladímirovna Kornílova Анна Владимировна Корнилова (Second of name, cancelled before launch in 1917 due to the October Revolution, hull launched incomplete in 1922 to clear the slipway, was scrapped the following year; adopted by Moldova, renamed CU Tiraspol with pennant C2) *
    153 KRL Admirál Istómin КРЛ Адмирал Истомин — Pétja Volodýmyrivna Istómina Петя Володимирівна Истомина (Cancelled before launch in 1917 due to the October Revolution, was scrapped on slip in 1922; adopted by Ukraine, renamed LKR Donéts'k ЛКР Донецьк with pennant 032) *


    KÍROV-CLASS LIGHT CRUISER (Project 26)
    155 KRL Kírov КРЛ Киров — Khárita Sergéevna Kírova Харита Сергеевна Кирова (Resembles Victory Belles self, awarded the ÓKZ in 1943, reclassified as training ship in 1961, decommissioned in 1974, was scrapped that year, two turrets preserved at the Plóschad' Baltflóta, Sankt-Peterbúrg; one gun preserved at the 28 Gvardïyalıq-Oanfïlovşılar Atıraw Parki, Almatı, Kazakhstan; adopted by Russia, renamed KRL Urzhúm КРЛ Уржум due to political considerations) *
    157 KRL Voroshílov КРЛ Ворошилов — Veroníka Klyméntovna Voroshýlova Вероніка Климтентовна Ворошилова (Resembles Azur Lane version of Khárita Kírova, awarded the ÓKZ in 1945, decommissioned on conversion as missile development testbed in 1956, recommissioned as OS-24 ОС-24 in 1961; re-designated as accommodation ship in 1972 and renamed PKZ-19 ПКЗ-19, was scrapped the following year; propeller and anchor preserved as memorial at Sapún-Gorá, Sevastópol, Krym; adopted by Ukraine, renamed LKR Bákhmut ЛКР Бахмут with pennant 033) *
    158 KRL Maksím Gór'kij КРЛ Максим Горький — Maríja Alekséevna Peshkóva Мария Алексеевна Пешкова (Resembles Warship Girls version of Khárita Kírova, awarded ÓKZ in 1944, decommissioned in 1956, was scrapped in 1959; adopted by Russia, renamed KRL Nizhegoród КРЛ Нижегород due to political considerations) *
    159 KRL Mólotov КРЛ Молотов — Mláda Vjacheslávovna Skrjábina Млада Вячеславовна Скрябина (Renamed KRL Sláva КРЛ Слава [second of name] in 1957 due to political considerations, reclassified as training ship in 1961, decommissioned in 1972, was scrapped that year; adopted by Russia, renamed KRL Kukárka КРЛ Кукарка due to political considerations) *
    160 KRL Kaganóvich КРЛ Каганович — Klarísa Lázarivna Kaganóvicha Кларіса Лазарівна Кагановича (Construction delayed due to the Great Patriotic War, renamed KRL Lázar' Kaganóvich КРЛ Лазарь Каганович after launching in 1944, commissioned in 1947, renamed KRL Petropávlovsk КРЛ Петропавловск [fourth of name] in 1957, decommissioned in 1960 on conversion to an accommodation ship, was scrapped in 1964; adopted by Ukraine, renamed LKR Zhytómyr ЛКР Житомир with pennant 034) *
    161 KRL Kalínin КРЛ Калинин — Ekaterína Mikhaílovna Kalínina Екатерина Михайловна Калинина (Construction delayed due to the Great Patriotic War, commissioned in 1953, decommissioned for a year in 1956-57, reclassified as accommodation ship in 1960 and renamed PKZ-21 ПКЗ-21, was scrapped in 1963; adopted by Russia, renamed KRL Tver' КРЛ Тверь due to political considerations) *


    CHAPÁEV-CLASS LIGHT CRUISER (Project 68)
    162 KRL Chapáev КРЛ Чапаев — Vasílissa Vasíl'evna Chapáeva Василиса Васильевна Чапаева (Resembles Azur Lane self, construction delayed due to the Great Patriotic War, commissioned in 1950, decommissioned in 1963, was sunk as breakwater near Múrmansk, Múrmanskaja Óblast; adopted by Russia, renamed KRL Chuvásh КРЛ Чуваш due to political considerations) *
    163 KRL Chkálov КРЛ Чкалов — Dár'ja Valér'evna Chkálova Дарья Валерьевна Чкалова (Construction delayed due to the Great Patriotic War, commissioned in 1950, renamed KRL Komsomólets КРЛ Комсомолец in 1958, decommissioned in 1979, was scrapped the following year; adopted by Russia, renamed KRL Chkálovsk КРЛ Чкаловск due to political considerations) *
    164 KRL Zhelezhjakóv КРЛ Железняков — Zója Anatól'evna Zhelezhjakóva Зоя Анатольевна Железякова (Construction delayed due to the Great Patriotic War, commissioned in 1950, reclassified as training ship in 1973, decommissioned two years later, was scrapped in 1977; adopted by Russia, renamed KRL Fedóskino КРЛ Федоскино due to political considerations) *
    165 KRL Frúnze КРЛ Фрунзе — Róza Mikhaíl kýzy Frúnze Роза Михаил кызы Фрунзе/Róza Mikhaílovna Frúnze Роза Михайловна Фрунзе (Construction delayed due to the Great Patriotic War, commissioned in 1950, reassigned as training ship in 1958, decommissioned two years later, was scrapped in 1961; adopted by Kyrgyzstan, renamed ZKR Bishkék ЖКР Бишкек with same pennant number) *
    166 KRL Kújbyshev КРЛ Куйбышев — Khrystýna Valeriánovna Kújbysheva Кристина Валериановна Куйбышева (Construction suspended after launch in 1941 due to the Great Patriotic War, commissioned in 1950, reassigned as training ship in 1958, decommissioned in 1965, was scrapped that year; adopted by Russia, renamed KRL Omsk КРЛ Омск due to political considerations) *
    167 KRL Ordzhonikídze КРЛ Орджоникидзе — Ketevan Grigols asuli Orjonikiże ქეთევან გრიგოლს ასული ორჯონიკიშე/Ekaterína Grigór'evna Ordzhonikídze Екатерина Григорьевна Орджоникидзе (Cancelled before launch in 1941 due to the Great Patriotic War, was scrapped on slip post-war; adopted by Georgia, renamed MSK Imereti MSK იმერეთი with pennant K2) *
    168 KRL Sverdlóv КРЛ Свердлов — Klaudýja Jákivna Sverdlóva Клаудия Яковна Свердлова (Second of name, cancelled before launch in 1941 due to the Great Patriotic War, was scrapped on slip post-war; adopted by Russia, renamed KRL Súzdal' КРЛ Суздаль due to political considerations) *
    169 KRL Avróra КРЛ Аврора — Alísa Nikoláevna Níkonov Аліса Ніколаевна Ніконова (Resembles fan art of Anzhelíka Kítkina as drawn by Shirasawa-tei, Pixiv ID #69763929, second of name, cancelled before construction in 1941 due to the Great Patriotic War; adopted by Ukraine, renamed LKR Novoukrajínka ЛКР Новоукраїнка with pennant 035) *
    170 KRL Lénin КРЛ Ленин — Líka Vladímirovna Ul'jánova-Khitrovó Лика Владимировна Ульянова-Хитрово (Cancelled before construction in 1941 due to the Great Patriotic War; adopted by Russia, renamed KRL Khitrovó КРЛ Хитрово due to political considerations) *
    171 KRL Dzerzhínskij КРЛ Дзержинский — Dár'ja Féliksoŭna Dzjarzhýnski Дар'я Феліксаўна Джаржэнскі (Cancelled before construction in 1941 due to the Great Patriotic War; adopted by Belarus, renamed LKR Ivjanéts ЛКР Iвянец with same pennant number) *
    172 KRL Lazó КРЛ Лазо — Miroslava Sorina Lazo/Mirosláva Sergéevna Lazóa Мирослава Сергеевна Лазоа (Cancelled before construction in 1941 due to the Great Patriotic War; adopted by Moldova, renamed CU Orhei with pennant C3) *
    173 KRL Schors КРЛ Щорс — Chéslava Mykólivna Schors Чеслава Миколівна Щорс (Cancelled before construction in 1941 due to the Great Patriotic War; adopted by Ukraine, renamed LKR Cherníhiv ЛКР Чернігів with pennant 036) *
    174 KRL Kotóvskij КРЛ Котовский — Luminița Grigora Kotovski/Luminítsa Grigór'evna Kotóvskaja Луминица Григорьевна Котовская (Cancelled before construction in 1941 due to the Great Patriotic War; adopted by Moldova, renamed CU Hîncești with pennant C4) *
    175 KRL Parkhómenko КРЛ Пархоменко — Sofíja Oleksándrivna Parkhómenko Софія Олександрівна Пархоменко (Cancelled before construction in 1941 due to the Great Patriotic War; adopted by Ukraine, renamed LKR Sorókin ЛКР Сорокин with pennant 037) *
    176 KRL Kamó КРЛ Камо — Natela Simona T'er-P'et'rosianis ნათელა სიმონა ტერ-პეტროსიანი/Natásha Simónivna Ter-Petrosján Наташа Симонівна Тер-Петросян (Cancelled before construction in 1941 due to the Great Patriotic War; adopted by Georgia, renamed MSK Gori MSK გორი with pennant K3) *
    177 (no name) — Nadézhda Konstantínovna Krúpskaja Надежда Константиновна Крупская (Cancelled before construction in 1941 due to the Great Patriotic War, never named; adopted by Russia, given modern name KRL Izhòra КРЛ Ижора) *
    178 (no name) — Halýna Anatólivna Antónova Галена Анатолівна Антонова (Cancelled before construction in 1941 due to the Great Patriotic War, never named; adopted by Ukraine, renamed LKR Het'mánschyna ЛКР Гетьманщина with pennant 038) *


    OMAHA-CLASS LIGHT CRUISER (Inter-Allied Loan)
    180 KRL Múrmansk КРЛ Мурманск — Bryce Myra Kilbourn/Brajs Bájronovna Kilbórn Брайс Байроновна Килборн (Resembles Azur Lane version of Margaret Lane [USS Raleigh], built in the United States as USS Milwaukee with hull number CL-5, transferred to the Soviet Union in 1944 and renamed [second of name], decommissioned in 1949, returned to the United States and was scrapped that year; serves in the United States, given Russian Navy pennant number for administrative purposes)

    LEIPZIG-CLASS LIGHT CRUISER (War Prize)
    181 KRL Admirál Makárov КРЛ Адмирал Макаров — Grizél'da Stépanova Mardokhéj Makárova Гризельда Степанова Мардохей Макарова/Zelda Nessim bat-Mordechai Makarov (Resembles Azur Lane self, built in Germany as KMS Nürnberg [third of name], surrendered to the Soviet Union in 1945 and renamed [second of name], reclassified as training cruiser in 1954, was scrapped in 1960; adopted by Russia under local name, given Germany navy pennant K90 for administrative purposes) *

    CONDOTTIERI-CLASS LIGHT CRUISER (War Prize)
    182 KRL Kerch' КРЛ Керчь — Eléna Èmmanuílovna Savója-Aósta Елена Аммануиловна Савоя-Аоста/Hélène Maria di Savoya-Aosta (Built in Italy as RM Emanuele Filiberto Duca d'Aosta, surrendered to the Allies in 1943 after the Armistice of Cassibile, transferred to the Soviet Union in 1949 and renamed [second of name], decommissioned in 1959, was scrapped the following year; adopted by Russia under local name, given Italian Navy pennant I72 for administrative purposes) *

    SVERDLÓV-CLASS LIGHT CRUISER (Project 68-bis)
    195 KRL Sverdlóv КРЛ Свердлов — Aelita Janīna Sverdlov fon Buksthēvdens/Aèlìta Jákovlevna Sverdlóva fon Bukstévdens Аэлита Яковлевна Свердлова фон Букстевденс (Third of name, decommissioned in 1966, recommissioned in 1972; decommissioned for the second time in 1978, was scrapped in 1990; adopted by Latvia, renamed LJK Alberts fon Buksthēvdens with pennant K7) *
    196 KRL Zhdánov КРЛ Жданов — Mylana Anneli Zhdanov/Mylána Andrívna Zhdánova Милана Андрівна Жданова (Decommissioned in 1989, was scrapped two years later; adopted by Estonia, renamed EML Revalit with pennant R3) *
    197 KRL Admirál Ushakóv КРЛ Адмирал Ушаков — Bronisláva Fjódorovna Ushakóva Бронислава Флорентина Ушакова (Second of name, decommissioned in 1964, recommissioned in 1971; decommissioned for the second time in 1983, was scrapped in 1992; adopted by Russia, renamed KRL Burnakóvo КРЛ Бурнаково to prevent confusion with nuclear missile cruiser TÁRK Admirál Ushakóv [pennant 060]) *
    198 KRL Aleksándr Suvórov КРЛ Александр Суворов — Agáf'ja Aleksándrovna Suvórova Агафья Александровна Суворова (Effective second of name, decommissioned in 1959, recommissioned in 1969; decommissioned for the second time in 1989, was scrapped two years later; adopted by Russia, renamed KRL Ástrakhan' КРЛ Астрахань to prevent confusion with battleship ÈB Knjaz' Suvórov [pennant 024]) *
    199 KRL Admirál Senjávin КРЛ Адмирал Сенявин — Klávdija Dmítrievna Senjávina Клавдия Дмитриевна Сенявина (Decommissioned in 1986, was scrapped in 1992; adopted by Russia)
    200 KRL Dmítrij Pozhárskij КРЛ Дмитрий Пожарский — Klára Dmítrievna Pozhárskaja Клара Дмитриевна Пожарская (Decommissioned in 1987, was scrapped in 1990; adopted by Russia)
    201 KRL Ordzhonikídze КРЛ Орджоникидзе — Int'an Sergo Widodo Orjonik'idze Leningradidan ინტან სერგო ვიდოდო ორჯონიკიძე ლენინგრადიდან/Intán Sergéevna Ordzhonikídze iz Leningráda Интан Сергеевна Орджоникидзе из Ленинграда (Second of name, decommissioned in 1962 on transfer to Indonesia, renamed KRI Irian with pennant 201; decommissioned for the second time in 1970, was scrapped two years later; adopted by Indonesia under local name with pennant number 001) *
    202 KRL Aleksándr Névskij КРЛ Александр Невский — Juliána Aleksándrovna Névskaja Юлиана Александровна Невская (Decommissioned in 1964, recommissioned in 1970; decommissioned for the second time in 1989, was scrapped two years later; adopted by Russia)
    203 KRL Admirál Lázarev КРЛ Адмирал Лазарев — Anzhelíka Mykhájlivna Lázareva Анжеліка Михайлівна Лазарева (Third of name, decommissioned in 1963, recommissioned in 1972; decommissioned for the second time in 1986, was scrapped in 1991; adopted by Ukraine, renamed LRK Azóv ЛКР Азов with pennant 042) *
    204 KRL Dzerzhínskij КРЛ Дзержинский — Pelagia Felicja Dzierżyński-Muszkat/Pelágeja Féliksovna Dzerzhínskij-Mushkát Пелагея Феликсовна Дзержинский-Мушкат (Second of name, reassigned as training ship in 1961, became active again in 1967 and in 1973 to support Egyptian forces against Israel, decommissioned in 1980, was scrapped in 1988; adopted by Poland, renamed ORP Pawiak with pennant K9) *


    205 KRL Admirál Nakhímov КРЛ Адмирал Нахимов — Varduhi Perchuhi Naumyany Վարդուհի Պերճուհի Նաումյանը/Varduí Pavlóvna Nakhímova Вардуи Павловна Нахимова (Third of name, decommissioned in 1960, subsequently used as target ship, was scrapped in 1962; adopted by Armenia, renamed TH Urartakan TH ուրարտական with same pennant number) *
    206 KRL Mikhaíl Kutúzov КРЛ Михаил Кутузов — Snezhána Mikhaílovna Goleníscheva-Kutúzova Снежана Михаиловна Голенищева-Кутузова (Built in modern-day Ukraine, decommissioned in 1987, preserved as memorial since 2000 at Novorossájskaja Voénno-Morskája Báza, Novorossíjsk, Krasnodárskij Kraj; adopted by Russia)
    207 KRL Mólotovsk КРЛ Молотовск — Pátritsija Vjacheslávovna Skrjábina Патриция Вячеславовна Скрябина (Renamed KRL Oktjábr'skaja Revoljútsija КРЛ Октябрьская Революция [second of name] in 1957, decommissioned in 1961, recommissioned in 1966; decommissioned for the second time in 1987, was scrapped in 1990; adopted by Russia, renamed KRL Pomór'e КРЛ Поморье due to political considerations and to prevent confusion with destroyer leader LÈM Múrmansk [pennant 510]) *
    208 КРЛ Múrmansk КРЛ Мурманск — Mirosláva Aleksándrovna Trépova Мирослава Александровна Трепова (Third of name, decommissioned in 1992, ran aground en route to scrapping two years later near Sørvær, Troms og Finnmark, Norway; was scrapped on site by 2013; adopted by Russia, renamed KRL Svjatój Nikoláj Chudotvórets КРЛ Святой Николай Чудотворец to prevent confusion with destroyer leader LÈM Múrmansk [pennant 510])
    209 LKR Kronshtádt ЛКР Кронштадт — Deimantė Ginkas/Dejmanté Kámovna Gínkasa Дейманте Камовиа Гинкаса (Third of name, cancelled after launch in 1954, was scrapped in 1961; adopted by Lithuania, renamed LKL Devintas Fortas with pennant K2) *
    210 KRL Tállin КРЛ Таллин — Tuula Jonna Tengström/Túula Jákovevna Tengstrém Туула Яковлевна Тенгстрем (Effective second of name, cancelled after launch in 1954, was scrapped in 1961; adopted by Finland, renamed KR Turku with pennant R4) *
    211 KRL Varjág КРЛ Варяг — Žaneta Viltautė Dubeneckis/Zhanéta Vladímirovna Dubenétskij Жанета Владимировна Дубенецкий (Second of name, cancelled after launch in 1956, was scrapped in 1961; adopted by Lithuania, renamed LKL Žaliakalnis with pennant K3) *
    212 KRL Scherbakóv КРЛ Щербаков — Simona Aleksandra Ščerbakovas/Simóna Aleksándrovna Scherbakóva Симона Александр Щербaковa (Cancelled after launch in 1954, was scrapped in 1961; adopted by Lithuania, renamed LKL Šilainiai with pennant K4) *
    213 KRL Admirál Kornílov КРЛ Адмирал Корнилов — Sevda Kornilov qızı Vladimir/Sévda Vladímirovna Kornílova Севда Владимировна Корнилова (Third of name, cancelled after launch in 1954, subsequently made into accomodation ship PKZ-130 ПКЗ-130, was scrapped in 1961; adopted by Azerbaijan, renamed YK Şirvan with same pennant number) *
    214 KRL Koz'má Mínin КРЛ Козьма Минин — Nojabrína Kuz'máovna Zakhár'eva-Sukhorúkaja Ноябрина Кузьмаовна Заха́рьева-Сухорукая (Renamed KRL Arkhángel'sk КРЛ Архангельск [third of name] prior to launch in 1953, cancelled after launch in 1959, was subsequently scrapped; adopted by Russia under first name) *


    215 KRL Dmítrij Donskój КРЛ Дмитрий Донской — Ui Yŏn'u 위 연우 (衛 連優)/Jónu Ukóvna Vi Ёну Уковна Ви (Second of name, renamed KRL Vladivostók КРЛ Владивосток prior to launch in 1953, cancelled after launch in 1959, was subsequently scrapped; adopted by North Korea, renamed CIH Uiman CIH 위만 with pennant 120) *
    216 (no name) — Qín Wěitāo 秦 偉涛/Vèjtáo Bánsjan'ova Tsin' Вэйтао Бансяньовна Цинь (Cancelled before construction in 1954, never named; adopted by mainland China, renamed ZRZ Chángzhēng ZRZ 長征 with pennant 021) *
    217 (no name) — Jağan Jänibekqızı Xan Жаған Жәнібекқызы Хан/Dzhágan Zhánibekovna Khan Джаган Жанибековна Хан (Cancelled before construction in 1954, never named; adopted by Kazakhstan, renamed JKR Jänıbek Han ЖКР Жәнібек Хан with same pennant number) *
    218 (no name) — Jırgal Aytmatova Çıŋgız kiz Жыргал Айтматова Чыңгыз кыз/Zhýrgal Chingízovna Ajtmátova Жыргал Чингизовна Айтматова (Cancelled before construction in 1954, never named; adopted by Kyrgyzstan, renamed ZKR Manas ЖКР Манас with same pennant number) *
    219 (no name) — Firūza Mulloçonova Фирӯза Муллоҷонова/Firúza Efrémovna Mullódzhanova Фируза Ефремовна Муллоджанова (Cancelled before construction in 1954, never named; adopted by Tajikistan, renamed KRS Bosmačićo КРС Босмачиҳо with same pennant number) *
    220 (no name) — Bahargül Baýramow/Bakhargúl' Durdýevna Bajrámova Бахаргуль Дурдыевна Байрамова (Cancelled before construction in 1954, never named; adopted by Turkmenistan, renamed ÝKR Gökdepe with same pennant number) *
    221 (no name) — Shaxnoza Gurkānī/Shákhnoza Timúrovna Gurkáni Шахноза Тимуровна Гуркани (Cancelled before construction in 1954, never named; adopted by Uzbekistan, renamed EKR Timūr Gurkānī with same pennant number) *
    222 (no name) — Marik'a Davitisshvili Bagrat'ioni მარიკა დავითისშვილი ბაგრატიონი/Márika Davídovna Bagratión Марика Давидовна Багратион (Cancelled before construction in 1954, never named; adopted by Georgia, renamed MSK Mepe Bagrat' III MSK მეფე ბაგრატ III with pennant K4) *
    223 (no name) — Vilija Mindaugitis/Vílija Mindóvna Mindáugitis Вилия Миндовна Миндаугитис (Cancelled before construction in 1954, never named; adopted by Lithuania, renamed LKL Didysis Kunigaikštis Mindaugas with pennant K5) *
    224 (no name) — Peppi Elisabet Svinhufvud af Qvalstad/Péppi Pérovna Svínkhufvuda iz Kvalstáda Пеппи Перовна Свинхуфвуда из Квалстада (Cancelled before construction in 1954, never named; adopted by Finland, renamed KR Porvoo with pennant R5) *


    MISSILE CRUISERS

    GRÓZNYJ-CLASS MISSILE CRUISERS (Project 58) (NATO reporting name: Kýnda)
    225 RKR Gróznyj РКР Грозный — Kháva Kiríllovna Lavróva Хава Кирилловна Лаврова (Third of name, decommissioned in 1991, was scrapped two years later; adopted by Russia, given new name RKR Chechnjá РКР Чечня to prevent confusion with destroyer ÈM Gróznyj [pennant 511] and in honour of the Chechénskaja Respúblika) *
    226 RKR Steregúschij РКР Стерегущий — Klávdija Vitál'evna Fókina Клавдия Витальевна Фо́кина (Fourth of name, renamed RKR Admirál Fókin РКР Адмирал Фокин in 1962, renamed RKR Vladivostók РКР Владивосток [second of name] two years later, decommissioned in 1993, was scrapped two years later; adopted by Russia, renamed RKR Kostromá РКР Кострома to follow new naming theme of class and prevent confusion with destroyer ÈM Steregúschij [pennant 519] and in honour of the Kostromskája Óblast') *
    227 RKR Dóblestnyj РКР Доблестный — Kíra Arséniovna Golovkó Кіра Арсениовна Головко (Second of name, renamed RKR Admirál Golovkó РКР Адмирал Головко in 1962, decommissioned in 2002, was scrapped two years later; adopted by Russia, renamed RKR Kabardíno-Balkárija РКР Кабардино-Балкария to follow new name theme of class and prevent confusion with destroyer ÈM Dóblestnyj [pennant 561] and in tribute to the Kabardíno-Balkárskaja Respúblika) *
    228 RKR Soobrazítel'nyj РКР Сообразительный — Gánna Románovna Krugljakóva Ганна Романовна Круглякова (Second of name, renamed RKR Varjág РКР Варяг [third of name] in 1962, decommissioned in 1990, was scrapped the following year; adopted by Russia, renamed RKR Gnjózdovo РКР Гнёздово to follow new name theme of class and prevent confusion with destroyer ÈM Soobrazítel'nyj [pennant 557] and in tribute to the Smolénskaja Óblast') *
    229 (no name) — Bolesláva Sergéevna Trubetskája Болеслава Сергеевна Трубецкая (Cancelled before construction in 1961, never named; adopted by Russia, named RKR Balashíkha РКР Балашиха in tribute to the Moskóvskaja Óblast) *
    230 (no name) — Evdokíja Svjatoslávovna Rjúrikovich Евдокия Святославовна Рюрикович (Cancelled before construction in 1961, never named; adopted by Russia, named RKR Ekaterinodár РКР Екатеринодар in tribute to the Krasnodárskij Kraj) *
    231 (no name) — Larísa Pétrovna Románova Лариса Петровна Романова (Cancelled before construction in 1961, never named; adopted by Russia, named RKR Petrográd РКР Петроград in tribute to Sankt-Peterbúrg) *
    232 (no name) — Vasilísa Mikhájlovna Milorádova-Toból'skaja Василиса Михайловна Милорадова-Тобольская (Cancelled before construction in 1961, never named; adopted by Russia, named RKR Uktús РКР Уктус in tribute to Sverdlóvskaja Óblast) *


    233 (no name) — Tsetsílija Dmítrievna Rostóvskaja-Rigél'man Цецилия Дмитриевна Ростовская-Ригельман (Cancelled before construction in 1961, never named; adopted by Russia, named RKR Temernítskaja РКР Темерницкая in tribute to Rostóvskaja Óblast) *
    234 (no name) — Bahīh ibnat Aḥmad Iṣfahānī al-Bashgird/Bakhíkh Akmádovna Ishfakháni al'-Bashgírd Бахих Ахмадовна Ишфахани аль-Башгирд (Cancelled before construction in 1961, never named; adopted by Russia, named RKR Bashkortostán РКР Башкортостан in tribute to the Respúblika Bashkortostán) *
    235 (no name) — Burchín Vasílievna Tatíscheva Бурчин Василиевна Татищева (Cancelled before construction in 1961, never named; adopted by Russia, named RKR Biljár РКР Биляр in tribute to the Respúblika Tartarstán) *
    236 (no name) — Mar'jám Bájmovna Kidráeva Мәрьям Баймовна Кидраева (Cancelled before construction in 1961, never named; adopted by Russia, named RKR Magnitogórsk РКР Магнитогорск in tribute to Cheljábinskaja Óblast) *
    237 (no name) — Vladisláva Jú'revna Dolgorúkaja Владислава Юрьевна Долгорукая (Cancelled before construction in 1961, never named; adopted by Russia, named RKR Gorodéts РКР Городец in tribute to Nizhegoródskaja Óblast) *
    238 (no name) — Taísija Ermákovna Kashdýka Таисия Ермаковна Кашлыка (Cancelled before construction in 1961, never named; adopted by Russia, named RKR Tjumén' РКР Тюмень in tribute to Tjuménskaja Óblast) *
    239 (no name) — Dínara Elevférovna Bjakónta Динара Елевферовна Бяконта (Cancelled before construction in 1961, never named; adopted by Russia, named RKR Samára РКР Самара in tribute to Samárskaja Óblast) *
    240 (no name) — Evpraksíja Andréevna Dubénskaja Евпраксия Андреевна Дубенская (Cancelled before construction in 1961, never named; adopted by Russia, named RKR Eniséjsk РКР Енисе́йск in tribute to Krasnojárskij Kraj) *


    ADMIRÁL ZOZÚLJA-CLASS MISSILE CRUISER (Project 1134 "Bérkut") (NATO reporting name: Krestá I)
    241 RKR Admirál Zozúlja РКР Адмирал Зозуля — Snezhána Fjódorovna Zozúlja Снежана Фёдоровна Зозуля (Decommissioned in 1994, was scrapped that year; adopted by Russia, renamed RKR Stávropol' РКР Ставрополь in tribute to Stavropól'skij Kraj) *
    242 RKR Vladivostók РКР Владивосток — Jónj'mi Chójonj'ovna Tè Ёнъми Чоёнъовна Тэ/Dae Yŏngmi 대영미 (大 英美) (Third of name, decommissioned in 1990, was scrapped two years later; adopted by Russia, renamed RKR Bókhaj РКР Бохай in honour of Primórskij Kraj) *
    243 RKR Vítse-Admirál Drozd РКР Вице-Адмирал Дрозд — Hálina Valjantsínivna Drózda Галіна Валянцінівна Дрозда (Decommissioned in 1991, sank while under tow for scrapping the following year; adopted by Belarus, renamed RKR Hómeĺ РКР Гомель in tribute to Hómel'skaja Vóblasć)
    244 RKR Sevastópol' РКР Севастополь — (Fourth of name, decommissioned in 1989, was subsequently scrapped; adopted by Ukraine, renamed RKR Khersonés РКР Херсонес with pennant 043) *


    KRONSHTÁDT-CLASS MISSILE CRUISER (Project 1134A "Bérkut") (NATO reporting name: Krestá II)
    245 RKR Kronshtádt РКР Кронштадт — Annína Ábrakhamovna Órtelsa Аннина Абрахамовна Ортелса (Fourth of name, decommissioned in 1991, was scrapped two years later; adopted by Russia, renamed RKR Jajánislinna РКР Яянислинна in honour of the Respúblika Karélija) *
    246 RKR Admirál Isákov РКР Адмирал Исаков — Siranush Isakov Սիրանուշ Իսակով/Siranúsh Ivánovna Isákova Сирануш Ивановна Исакова (Decommissioned in 1993, sank under tow to be scrapped the following year; adopted by Armenia, renamed HRH Shirak HRH Շիրակ with same pennant number) *
    247 RKR Admirál Nakhímov РКР Адмирал Нахимов — Rufína Pavlóvna Nakhímova Руфина Павловна Нахимова (Fourth of name, decommissioned in 1991, was scrapped two years later; adopted by Russia, renamed RKR Rzhev РКР Ржев in honour of the Tverskája Óblast) *
    248 RKR Admirál Makárov РКР Адмирал Макаров — Dár'ja Stepánivna Makárova Дар'я Степанівна Макарова (Third of name, decommissioned in 1992, was scrapped two years later; adopted by Ukraine, renamed RKR Dýkyj Sad РКР Дикий Сад with pennant 044) *
    249 RKR Márshal Voroshílov РКР Маршал Ворошилов — Bolesláva Kliméntovna Voroshílova Болеслава Климентовна Ворошилова (Effective second of name, renamed RKR Khabárovsk РКР Хабаровск in 1991, decommissioned the following year, was scrapped in 1994; adopted by Russia, renamed RKR Achánsk РКР Ачанск in honour of Khabárovskij Kraj) *
    250 RKR Admirál Oktjáb'skij РКР Адмирал Октябьский — Jánina Filíppovna Ivanóva Янина Филипповна Иванова (Decommissioned in 1993, was scrapped the following year; adopted by Russia, renamed RKR Jaroslávl' РКР Ярославль [second of name] in honour of Jaroslávskaja Óblast') *
    251 RKR Admirál Isachénkov РКР Адмирал Исаченков — Judíf' Nikoláevna Isachénkova Юдифь Николаевна Исаченкова (Decommissioned in 1992, was subsequently scrapped; adopted by Russia, renamed RKR Jártsevo РКР Ярцево in honour of Vladímirskaja Óblast') *
    252 RKR Márshal Timoshenko РКР Маршал Тимошенко — Katerýna Seménivna Tymoshénko Катерина Семенівна Тимошенко (Decommissioned in 1992, was scrapped two years later; adopted by Ukraine, renamed RKR Kotsjubijív РКР Коцюбіїв with pennant 045) *
    253 RKR Vasílij Chapáev РКР Василий Чапаев — Shurá Vasíl'evna Chapáeva Шура Васильевна Чапаева (Effective second of name, placed in reserve in 1992, decommissioned the following year and was scrapped; adopted by Russia, renamed RKR Shupashkár РКР Шупашкар in honour of the Chuváshskaja Respúblika) *
    254 RKR Admirál Jumáshev РКР Адмирал Юмашев — Verik'o Iumasheva-Gorgasali ვერიკო იუმაშევა-გორგასალი/Vériko Ivánovna Jumásheva-Gorgásali Верико Ивановна Юмашева-Горгасали (Decommissioned in 1992, was scrapped two years later; adopted by Georgia, renamed SKK Mepe Vakht'ang I SKK მეფე ვახტანგ I with pennant K5) *


    NIKOLÁEV-CLASS MISSILE CRUISER (Project 1134B Bérkut) (NATO reporting name: Kára)
    255 RKR Nikoláev РКР Николаев — Oleksándra Hrihórivna Pot'ómkina-Hrejh Олександра Григорівна Потьомкіна-Грейг (Decommissioned on transfer to Ukraine in 1992, renamed RKR Mykolájiv РКР Миколаїв; decommissioned the second time two years later, was scrapped that year; adopted by Ukraine, renamed RKR Hubernátor Hrejh РКР Губернатор Грейг to prevent confusion with fast battleship LKR Mykolájiv [pennant 022], given Ukrainian Navy pennant 046) *
    256 RKR Ochákov РКР Очаков — Al'óna Bohdánivna Hlýns'ka Альона Богданівна Глинська (Third of name, placed in reserve in 2000 for modifications, all work stopped by 2006; decommissioned in 2011, was sunk as blockship in 2014 during the annexation of Crimea by Russia in Lake Donuzláv near Mýrnij, Krym; re-floated the following year, currently awaiting scrapping at Inkermán, Sevastópol'; adopted by Ukraine, renamed RKR Aléktoros РКР Алєктопос with pennant 047) *
    257 RKR Kerch' РКР Керчь — Bronisláva Vladímirovna Grishánova Бронислава Владимир Гришанова (Fourth of name, damaged beyond economical repair by fire in 2014 at Sevastópol', Krym; decommissioned in 2020, awaiting scrapping; adopted by Russia, renamed RKR Bélaja Gorá РКР Белая Гора in honour of the Bélgorodskaja Óblast') *
    258 RKR Azóv РКР Азов — Danára Kirsánovna Iljumzhínova Данара Кирсановна Илюмжинова (Effective second of name, decommissioned in 1998, was scrapped two years later; adopted by Russia, renamed RKR Èlistá РКР Элиста to prevent confusion with armoured cruiser BKR Pámjat' Azóva [pennant 112] and in honour of the Respúblika Kalmýkija) *
    259 RKR Petropávlovsk РКР Петропавловск — Juldız Bolatqızı Jumabekov Жұлдыз Болатқызы Жұмабеков (Fifth of name, decommissioned in 1997, was scrapped that year; adopted by Kazakhstan, renamed ZRK Qızıljar ЗРК Қызылжар with same pennant number) *
    260 RKR Tashként РКР Ташкент — Durdona ibnat 'abu-Rīḥān al-Bīrūnī/Dúrdona Rikhánovna al'-Birún Дурдона Рихановна аль-Бирун (Second of name, decommissioned in 1992, was scrapped two years later; adopted by Uzbekistan, renamed RKR Binkat with same pennant number) *
    261 RKR Tállin РКР Таллин — Èliána Khánnesovna Májer Элиана Ханнесовна Майер (Effective third of name, renamed RKR Vladivostók РКР Владивосток [fourth of name] in 1992, decommissioned in 1996, was scrapped that year; adopted by Russia, renamed RKR Birobidzhán РКР Биробиджан in tribute to the Evréjskaja Avtonómnaja Óblast')


    SLÁVA-CLASS MISSILE CRUISER (Project 1164 "Atlánt")
    274 RKR Sláva РКР Слава — Milána Kuprínovna Valér'evicha Милана Куприновна Валерьевича (Third of name, renamed RKR Moskvá РКР Москва [fourth of name] in 1996, was sunk by shore missile strike in 2022 during the Russian invasion of the Ukraine south of east from Výlkove, Odés'ka, Ukraine; adopted by Russia, renamed RKR Belokámennaja РКР Белокаменная to prevent confusion with destroyer leader LÈM Moskvá [pennant 495]) *
    275 RKR Márshal Ustínov РКР Маршал Устинов — Ofélija Dmítrievna Ustínova Офелия Дмитриевна Устинова (In active service since 1986; adopted by Russia, renamed RKR Orenbúrg РКР Оренбург for political considerations and to honour Orenbúrgskaja Óblast') *
    276 RKR Chervóna Ukraína РКР Червона Украина — Aleksándrina Vladímirovna Malárenko-Kol'tsóva Александрина Владимировна Макаренко-Кольцовa (Second of name, renamed RKR Varjág РКР Варяг [fourth of name] in 1992, in active service since 1989; adopted by Russia, renamed RKR Kol'tsóv РКР Кольцов to prevent confusion with protected cruiser ZKR Varjág [pennant 127] and to honour Vorónezhskaja Óblast') *
    277 RKR Admirál Flóta Lóbov РКР Адмирал Флота Лобов — Roskólana Seménivna Lóbova Роксолана Семенівна Лобова (Transferred to Ukraine incomplete after launching in 1992, renamed RKR Ukrajína РКР Україна, construction halted since 2011; adopted by Ukraine, renamed RKR Ruténija РКР Рутенія to prevent confusion with battleship LK Ukrajína [pennant 012], given Ukrainian Navy pennant 048) *
    278 RKR Oktjábr'skaja Revoljútsija РКР Октябрьская Революция — Zinajída Bohdánivna Khmel'nýts'kyj Зінаїда Богданівна Хмельницький (Third of name, cancelled before launching in 1990, was scrapped on slip; adopted by Ukraine, renamed RKR Khmel'nýts'kyj РКР Хмельницький [effective second of name] with pennant 049) *
    279 RKR Admirál Flóta Sovétskogo Sojúza Gorshkóv РКР Адмирал Флота Советского Союза Горшков — Brândușa Silvia Gorșkova/Brýndusha Sergéevna Gorshkóva Брындуша Сергеевна Горшкова (Cancelled before construction in 1990; adopted by Moldova, renamed CR Briceni with pennant C5) *
    280 RKR Varjág РКР Варяг — Arevik Artashatyan Արեւիկ Արտաշատյան/Arévik Artashésovna Artashátjan Аревик Арташесовна Арташатян (Fifth of name, cancelled before construction in 1990; adopted by Armenia, renamed HRH Ararat HRH Արարատ with same pennant number) *
    281 RKR Sevastópol' РКР Севастополь — Pərvanə Nikolay qızı Naxçıvani/Párvana Nikoláevna Nakhývani Парвана Николаевна Нахчывани (Fifth of name, cancelled before construction in 1990; adopted by Azerbaijan, renamed RK Naxçıvan with same pennant number) *
    282 (no name) — Ülviyyə Nikolay qızı Lənkərani/Úl'vija Nikoláevna Lenkárani Ульвия Николаевна Ленкарани (Cancelled before construction in 1990, never named; adopted by Azerbaijan, renamed RK Lənkəran with same pennant number) *
    283 (no name) — Aghavni Ashtarakyan Աղավնի Աշտարակյան/Agávni Armanákovna Ashtárakjan Агавни Арманаковна Аштаракян (Cancelled before construction in 1990, never named; adopted by Armenia, renamed HRH Aragatsotn HRH Արագածոտն with same pennant number) *


    HELICOPTER CRUISERS

    MOSKVÁ-CLASS HELICOPTER CRUISER (Project 1123 "Kóndor")
    262 PDK Moskvá ПДК Москва — Demetra Virginia Bordașin/Demétra Vladímirovna Bordashína Деметра Владимировна Богдашина (Third of name, decommissioned in 1996, was subsequently scrapped; adopted by Moldova, renamed CE Dragoș with pennant C6) *
    263 PDK Leningrád ПДК Ленинград — Gulnara Leonenk'ovi-Bagrat'ioni გულნარა ლეონენკოვი-ბაგრატიონი/Gul'nára Vladímirovna Leónenkova-Bagratión Гульнара Владимировна Леоненкова-Багратион (Second of name, decommissioned in 1991, was subsequently scrapped; adopted by Georgia, renamed VMK Mepe Tamar Didi VMK მეფე თამარ დიდი with pennant K6) *
    264 PDK Kíev ПДК Киев — Aygün Vladimir qızı Chelomey/Ajgjún Volodýmyrivna Cheloméj Айгюн Володи́мирівна Челоме́й (Second of name, cancelled before launching in 1968, was scrapped on slip; adopted by Azerbaijan, renamed AK Aran with same pennant number) *
    265 (no name) — Jaana Aino Mattiisen/Jáana Álovna Mattisén Яана Аловна Маттисен (Cancelled before construction in 1968, not named; adopted by Estonia, renamed EML Jõgeva with pennant R5) *
    266 (no name) — Agnija Kristīna Pupurs/Agníja Konstantínovna Pupúrs Агния Константиновна Пупурс (Cancelled before construction in 1968, not named; adopted by Latvia, renamed LJK Atmoda with pennant K8) *
    267 (no name) — Skaistė Akvilė Kaušpėdas/Skajste Al'gírdasovna Kaushpedas Скайсте Альгирдасовна Каушпедас (Cancelled before construction in 1968, not named; adopted by Lithuania, renamed LKL Sąjūdis with pennant K6) *
    268 (no name) — Arevik Lusine Ter-Petrosyan Արեւիկ Լուսինե Տեր-Պետրոսյան/Arévik Levónovna Ter-Petrosján Аревик Левоновна Тер-Петросян (Cancelled before construction in 1968, not named; adopted by Armenia, renamed AH Arts'akhyan AH Արցախյան with same pennant number) *
    269 (no name) — Bïbigül Qayratqızı Absattarova Бибігүл Қайратқызы Абсаттарова/Bíbigul' Kajrátovna Absáttarova Бибигуль Кайратовна Абсаттарова (Cancelled before construction in 1968, not named; adopted by Kazakhstan, renamed AKR Bayqoñır АКР Байқоңыр with same pennant number) *
    270 (no name) — Çólpon Abdílas kýzy Maldíbaeva Чолпон Абдилас кызы Мальдибаева/Chólpon Abdýlasovna Maldýbaeva Чолпон Абдыласовна Малдыбаева (Cancelled before construction in 1968, not named; adopted by Kyrgyzstan, renamed AKR Ay-Çurék АКР Ай-Чурек with same pennant number) *
    271 (no name) — Sitora Devaştic Ситора Деваштич/Sítora Edknsétakovna Dévashticha Ситора Едкнсетаковна Деваштича (Cancelled before construction in 1968, not named; adopted by Tajikistan, renamed KRA Sarazm КРА Саразм with same pennant number) *
    272 (no name) — Nyazik Halmämmet/Njázhik Nurmámmedovna Khalmámmetova Няжик Нурмаммедовна Халмамметова (Cancelled before construction in 1968, not named; adopted by Turkmenistan, renamed AKR Hywa with same pennant number) *
    273 (no name) — Sevara ibnat-Jalāl Menguberdī al-Dīn/Sévara Dzhalálovna Mengubérdi ad-Din Севара Джалаловна Менгуберди ад-Дин (Cancelled before construction in 1968, not named; adopted by Uzbekistan, renamed AKR Shahrisabz with same pennant number) *


    TORPEDO CRUISERS

    LEJTENÁNT IL'ÍN-CLASS TORPEDO CRUISER
    110 MKR Lejtenánt Il'ín МКР Лейтенант Ильин — Dána Alekséevna Biriljóva-Il'ína Дана Алексеевна Бирильова-Ильина (Reclassified as dispatch ship in 1907, decommissioned in 1911, was subsequently scrapped; adopted by Russia)
    111 MKR Kapitán Sáken МКР Капитан Сакен — Áda Mikhaílovna Danilévskaja-Ósten-Sáken Ада Михайловна Данилевская-Устен-Сакен (Reclassified as harbour tender in 1907, renamed VGT Bómbory ВГТ Бомборы; decommissioned two years later, was subsequently scrapped; adopted by Russia under first name)


    KAZÁRSKIJ-CLASS TORPEDO CRUISER
    113 MKR Kazárskij МКР Казарский — Arína Vladímirovna Berg Арина Владимировна Берг (Built in Germany for Russia, re-designation as dispatch vessel in 1907, switched to the Bolshevik side in 1917 after the October Revolution, decommissioned in 1925, was subsequently scrapped; adopted by Russia)
    114 MKR Voevóda МКР Воевода — Vseslava Wellamo Vitgeft/Vséslava Vil'gél'mova Vítgeft Всеслава Вильгельмова Витгефт (Built in Germany for Russia, switched to the Bolshevik side in 1917 after the October Revolution, captured by Finland the following year, renamed PT Mati Kurki, decommissioned in 1937, was scrapped that year; adopted by Finland under local name, given new Finnish Navy pennant P17) *
    115 MKR Posádnik МКР Посадник — Pravdina Ronalda von Wirén/Právdina Róbertovna Viréna Правдина Робертовна Вирена (Built in Germany for Russia, switched to the Bolshevik side in 1917 after the October Revolution, captured by Finland the following year, renamed PT Klas Horn, decommissioned in 1937, was scrapped that year; adopted by Finland under local name, given new Finnish Navy pennant P16) *
    116 MKR Vsádnik МКР Всадник — Satíko Vasíl'evna Bojsmána Сатико Васильевна Бойсмана/Sachiko Vasilia Bossmann 幸子・ヴァジリア・ボスマン (Built in modern-day Finland, was sunk by shore artillery in 1904 during the Siege of Port Arthur near Lǚshùnkǒu, Liáoníng, China; salvaged by Japan later that year, renamed THG Makigumo THG 巻雲, decommissioned the second time in 1914, was scrapped that year; adopted by Russia, also given Japanese Self-Defence Forces hull number GT-17 for administrative purposes)
    117 MKR Gajdamák МКР Гайдамак — Sínobu Aleksándrovna Stemmána Синобу Александровна Стеммана/Shinobu Alexandra Stemman 忍・アレクサンドラ・ステムマン (Built in modern-day Finland, was sunk by shore artillery in 1904 during the Siege of Port Arthur near Lǚshùnkǒu, Liáoníng, China; salvaged by Japan later that year, renamed THG Shikinami THG 敷波, decommissioned the second time in 1914, was scrapped that year; adopted by Russia, also given Japanese Self-Defence Forces hull number GT-18 for administrative purposes)
    118 MKR Gríden' МКР Гридень — Gálina Sergéevna Pisarévskij Галина Сергеевна Писаревская (Crew participated in mutinies after the 1905 Russian Revolution, reclassified as dispatch ship the following year, decommissioned in 1914, was scrapped that year; adopted by Russia)


    ABRÉK-CLASS TORPEDO CRUISER
    122 MKR Abrék МКР Абрек — Anísija Aleksándrovna Protás'eva Анисия Александровна Протасьева (Built in modern-day Finland, reclassified as dispatch ship in 1907, switched to the Bolshevik side in 1917 after the October Revolution, re-designated as hydrographic survey ship GGK Abrék ГГК Абрек the following year, decommissioned in 1921; recommissioned in 1925 as dispatch ship, reclassified as depot vessel in 1940, decommissioned for the second time in 1944, was scrapped in 1948; adopted by Russia)

    AUXILIARY CRUISERS

    PÁMJAT' MERKÚRIJA-CLASS AUXILIARY CRUISER
    105 PPK Pámjat' Merkúrija ППК Память Меркурия — Milána Volodýmirivna Sarnávskaja Мілана Володимірівна Сарнівська (Constructed in France as civilian vessel PS Jaroslávl' ПС Ярославль, purchased by the Imperial Russian Navy in 1882, decommissioned in 1907 and renamed VGT Merkúrija ВГТ Меркурия; kept in reserve until 1914, recommissioned as blockship BSh-9 БШ-9, also used as torpedo boat tender; sided with the Bolsheviks in 1917 after the October Revolution, captured by Germany the following year, turned over to White Russian forces and recommissioned as minesweeper depot ship; recaptured by the Bolsheviks in 1919, restored to her second name in 1922; decommissioned for the second time in 1929, subsequently used as water storage hulk, was scrapped in 1939; adopted by Ukraine, renamed PVT Pám'jat' Merkúrija ПВТ Пам'ять Меркурія with pennant 500) *

    SVETLÁNA-CLASS AUXILIARY CRUISER (1896)
    123 VGK Svetlána ВГК Светлана — Svetlána Sergéevna Shéjna Светлана Сергеевна Шейна/Sŭbet'ŭllana Serŭgŏyebŭna Syeina 스베틀라나 세르게예브나 셰이나 (Built in France for Russia, was sunk by gunfire in 1905 during the Battle of Tsushima by TH Gunkan-tachi Otowa and Niitaka east of Chukpyŏn, Kyŏngsangbuk-to, Korea; adopted by Russia)

    ALMÁZ-CLASS AUXILIARY CRUISER
    132 VGK Almáz ВГК Алмаз — Ánna Ivánivna Chágina Анна Іванівна Чагіна (Rebuilt as seaplane tender in 1914, transferred to Ukraine in 1917 after the February Revolution, revolted against the provisional Ukrainian government the following year, was captured by White Russian forces in 1919, interned by France at Binzart, Tunisia; turned over to Soviet authorities in 1924, decommissioned that year, was scrapped in 1934; adopted by Ukraine, renamed PVT Diamánt ПВТ Діамант with pennant 501) *

    Ship prefix

    Russian type prefixes
    BKR/БКР — Bronenósnyj Kréjser Броненосный Крейсер ("Armoured Cruiser")
    BSh/БШ — Blókshiv Блокшив ("Blockship")
    GGK/ГГК — Gidrografícheskoe Kréjser Гидрографический Крейсер ("Hydrographic Cruiser")
    KRL/КРЛ — Ljókhkij Kréjser Лёгкий Крейсер ("Light Cruiser")
    LÈM/ЛЭМ — Líder Èskádrennykh Minonóstsev Лидер Эскадренных Миноносцев ("Squadron Escort Leader")
    MKR/МКР — Mínnyj Kréjser Минный Кейсер ("Torpedo Cruiser")
    NIS/НИС — Naúchno-Isslédovatel'skoe Súdno Научно-Исследовательское Судно ("Nautical Research Ship")
    PDK/ПДК — Protivolódochnye Kréjser Противолодочные Крейсера ("Anti-Submarine Cruiser")
    PPK/ППК — Párusno-Parovój Kréjser Парусно-Паровой Крейсер ("Sail/Steam Cruiser")
    PS/ПС — Párusnoje Súdno Парусное Судно ("Sailing Vessel")
    RKR/РКР — Rakétnye Kréjser Ракетные Крейсер ("Missile Cruiser")
    TÁRK/ТАРК — Tjazhjólyj Átomnye Rakétnye Kréjser Тяжёлые Атомные Ракетные Крейсер ("Heavy Nuclear Guided Missile Cruiser")
    TK/ТK — Tànker Танкер ("Tanker")
    TKR/ТКР — Tjazhjólyj Kréjser Тяжёлый Крейсер ("Heavy Cruiser")
    UKL/УКЛ — Uchébnoe Korábl' Учебный Корабль ("Training Ship")
    US/УС — Uchébnoe Súdno Учебное Судно ("Training Vessel")
    VGK/ВГК — Vspomogátel'nyj Kréjser Вспомогательный Крейсер ("Auxiliary Cruiser")
    VGT/ВГТ — Vspomogátel'nyj Ténder Вспомогательный Тендер ("Auxiliary Tender")
    ZKR/ЗКР — Zaschischónnyj Kréjser Бронепалубный Крейсер ("Protected Cruiser")


    Ukrainian type prefixes
    LKR/ЛКР — Léhkyj Kréjser ("Light Cruiser")
    PTK/ПТК — Pántsernyj Kréjser ("Armoured Cruiser")
    PVT/ПВТ — Plavúcha Ténder ("Auxiliary Tender")
    RKR/РКР — Rakétnyj Kréjser Ракетний Крейсер ("Missile Cruiser")
    VKR/ВКР — Vazhkýj Kréjser ("Heavy Cruiser")


    Belarussian type prefixes
    LKR/ЛКР — Ljóhki Kréjser Лёгкі Крэйсер ("Light Cruiser")
    RKR/РКР — Rakjétny Kréjser Ракетны Крэйсер ("Rocket Cruiser")
    TsKR/ЦКР — Tsjázhki Kréjser Цяжкі Крэйсер ("Heavy Cruiser")


    Moldovan type prefixes
    CE — Crucișător cu Elicopter ("Helicopter Cruiser")
    CR — Crucișător de Rachete ("Missile Cruiser")
    CU — Crucișător Ușor ("Light Cruiser")


    Georgian type prefixes
    MDK — Mdzime K'reiseri მძიმე კრეისერი ("Heavy Cruiser")
    MSK — Msubuki K'reiseri მსუბუქი კრეისერი ("Light Cruiser")
    SKK — Sarak'et'o K'reiseri სარაკეტო კრეისერი ("Missile Cruiser")
    VMK — Vert'mpreni K'reiseri ვერტმფრენი კრეისერი ("Helicopter Cruiser")


    Armenian type prefixes
    AH — Aviats'ion Hatsanav ավիացիոն հածանավ ("Aviation Cruiser")
    HH — Hrt'irrayin Hatsanav հրթիռային հածանավ ("Missile Cruiser")
    TH — T'et'ev Hatsanav թեթև հածանավ ("Light Cruiser")


    Azerbaijani type prefixes
    AK — Aviasiya Kreyseri ("Aviation Cruiser")
    RK — Raket Kreyser ("Missile Cruiser")
    YK — Yüngül Kreyser ("Light Cruiser")


    Kazakh type prefixes
    AKR/АКР — Avïacïyalıq Kreyser Авиациялық Крейсер ("Aviation Cruiser")
    JKR/ЖКР — Jeñil Kreyser Жеңіл Крейсер ("Light Cruiser")
    ZRK/ЗРК — Zımıran Kreyser Зымыран Крейсер ("Missile Cruiser")


    Kyrgyz type prefixes
    AKR/АКР — Aviatsiyalık Kreyser Авиациялык Крейсер ("Aviation Cruiser")
    ZKR/ЖКР — Zhén̦il Kréjser Жеңил Крейсер ("Light Cruiser")


    Tajik type prefixes
    KRA/КРА — Krejseri Aviacionj Крейсери Авиационй ("Aviation Cruiser")
    KRS/КР
    С — Krejseri Sabuk Крейсери Сабук ("Light Cruiser")


    Turkmen type prefixes
    AKR — Awiasiýa Kruizer ("Aviation Cruiser")
    ÝKR — Ýeňil Kruizer ("Light Cruiser")


    Uzbek type prefixes
    AKR — Aviatsiya Kreyser ("Aviation Cruiser")
    EKR — Engil Kreyser ("Light Cruiser")
    RKR — Raketa Kreyser ("Missile Cruiser")


    Other ship prefixes
    CIH — Chosŏn Inmingun-ham 조선 인민군 함 ("Warship of the Korean People's Army")
    EML — Eesti Mereväe Laev ("Estonian Navy Ship")
    HM — His/Her Majesty's (Royal Navy ship prefix for non-named minor surface vessels)
    KMS — Kriegsmarineschiff ("War Navy Ship")
    KR — Kevytristeilijä ("Light Cruiser") (Finnish navy type prefix)
    KRI — Kapal Republik Indonesia ("Ship of the Republic of Indonesia")
    LJK — Latvijas Jūras Karakuģis ("Latvian Navy Ship")
    LKL — Lietuvos Karinis Laivas ("Lithuanian Military Ship")
    NKG — Nihon-koku Gunkan 日本国軍艦 ("Warship of the State of Japan") (Japanese Self-Defence Forces ship prefix)
    ORP — Okręt Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej ("Warship of the Republic of Poland")
    PR — Panssariristeilijä ("Armoured Cruiser") (Finnish Navy type prefix)
    PT — Partioalus ("Patrol Ship") (Finnish Navy type prefix)
    RM — Regia Marina ("Royal Navy") (Italian Navy ship prefix pre-1946)
    SM — Seiner Majestäts ("His Majesty's") (German Navy ship prefix for submarines pre-1918)
    SMS — Seiner Majestät Schiff ("His Majesty's Ship") (German Navy ship prefix for surface vessels pre-1918)
    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") (Imperial Japanese Navy ship prefix)
    USS — United States Ship
    YLG — Yüce Limanın Gemisi ("Ship of the Sublime Porte")
    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

    BJ — Bogōjun'yōkan 防護巡洋艦 ("Protected Cruiser") (Japanese Navy hull classification code)
    C — Croazier ("Cruiser") (Moldavian Navy pennant superior)
    CL — Light Cruiser (United States Navy hull classification code)
    CMB — Coastal Motor Boat (Royal Navy non-named minor warship pennant superior)
    I — Incrociatore ("Cruiser") (Italian Navy pennant superior)
    K — Krążownik ("Cruiser") (Polish Navy pennant superior)
    K — K'reiseri ("Cruiser") (Georgian Navy pennant superior)
    K — Kreiseris ("Cruiser") (Latvian Navy/Lithuanian Navy pennant superior)
    K — Kruvazör ("Cruiser") (Turkish Navy pennant superior)
    K — Kreuzer ("Cruiser") (German Navy pennant superior)
    KB — Kōkū-bokan 航空母艦 ("Aircraft Carrier") (Japanese Self-Defence Forces hull classification code)
    SJ — Sōkōjun'yōkan 装甲巡洋艦 ("Armoured Cruiser") (Japanese Self-Defence Forces hull classification code)
    R — Risteilijä ("Cruiser") (Finnish Navy pennant superior)
    R — Ristleja ("Cruiser") (Estonian Navy pennant superior)
    T — Torpedolaiva ("Torpedo Ship") (Finnish Navy pennant superior)
    U — Unterseeboot ("Underwater Ship") (Germany Navy pennant superior)
    The Russian Navy and many of its successor services do not use pennant superior letters for surface warships. The Indonesian Navy, the Korean People's Army-Navy and the People's Liberation Army-Navy also follow this practice.


    Other translations

    28 Gvardïyalıq-Oanfïlovşılar Atıraw Parki — 28th Panfïlov Guards Atıraw Park (Kazakh)
    Bol'shája Névka — Large Neva (River) (Russian)
    Freiin — Free lady, female relative of a freiherr ("free lord"), equivalent of a baron (German)
    Fune no Kagakukan — Museum of Maritime Science (Japanese)
    KhRF — Khranítel' Rossíjskoj Federátsii Хранитель Российской Федерации ("Guardian of the Russian Federation") (Honorific title for those declared as Guard ships) (Russian)
    Kraj — Territory (Russian)
    Nakhímovskoe Voénno-Morskóe Uchílishe — Nakhímov Naval Academy (Russian)
    Novorossájskaja Voénno-Morskája Báza — Novorossíjsk Naval Base (Russian)
    Óblast — Region (Russian/Ukrainian)
    ÓKZÓrden Krásnogo Známeni Орден Красного Знамени ("Order of the Red Banner") (Soviet personal/unit award for heroism and outstanding service) (Russian)
    ÓORÓrden Oktjábr'skoj Revoljútsii Орден Октябрьской Революции ("Order of the October Revolution") (Soviet personal/unit award celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the October Revolution of 1917) (Russian)
    Oranienbáumskaja Mel' — Oranienbaum Wharf (Russian)
    Petropávlovskaja Krépost' — Peter and Paul Fortress (Russian)
    Plóschad' Baltflóta — Baltic Fleet Square (Russian)
    Respúblika — Republic (Russian)
    Vóblasć — Region (Belorussian)
     
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    Pyeknu Cross-Dimensional Magical Sith GIrl

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    Note the above list now includes ALL post-Great Patriotic War cruisers built to date, including the one who was recently in the news.
     
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    Huh, just updated. You work fast.
     
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  15. Extras: Russia/Soviet Union: Great War Destroyers
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    And now the revised and HEAVILY expanded list of Great War destroyers of the former Imperial Russian Navy, counting in all the Russo-Japanese War veterans and a couple classes of proposed ships which were just getting on the stocks when a certain day in October 1917 came...

    KANTAI COLLECTION/AZUR LANE/WARSHIP GIRLS
    LIST OF GREAT WAR DESTROYERS (COMMONWEALTH OF INDEPENDENT STATES)

    No./Ship Name — Human Name (Fate)

    SÓKOL-CLASS DESTROYER/FAST CORVETTE
    300 ÈM Sókol ЭМ Сокол — Perchuhi Step'anovy Պերճուհի Ստեփանովը/Pérchukhi Pávelovna Stenánova Перчухи Павеловна Степанова (Built in the United Kingdom for Russia, renamed ÈM Prýtkij ЭМ Прыткий in 1902, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, decommissioned in 1922, was subsequently scrapped; adopted by Armenia, renamed PK Baze PK բազե with same pennant number) *
    301 ÈM Kórshun ЭМ Коршун — Stiina Fredrika Vyatkina/Stíjna Fjódorovna Vjátkina Стийна Фёдоровна Вяткина (Renamed ÈM Poslúshnyj ЭМ Послушный in 1902, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, was captured by Finland the following year at Helsinki, renamed TV S-3; decommissioned on return to the Soviet Union in 1922, was subsequently scrapped; adopted by Finland, renamed KV Sottunga with pennant K03) *
    302 ÈM Kréchet ЭМ Кречет — Ksjúsha Alekséevna Odintsóbva Ксюша Алексеевна Одинцова (Renamed ÈM Pýlkij ЭМ Пылкий after launching in 1902, decommissioned in 1911, converted to static oil barge, final fate unknown; adopted by Russia as PKV Kréchet ПКВ Кречет with same pennant number)
    303 ÈM Jástreb ЭМ Ястреб — Səkinə Boisman qızı Vasili/Sekína Vasíl'evna Bójsmana Секина Васильевна Бойсмана (Renamed ÈM Próchnyj ЭМ Прочный after launching in 1902, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, decommissioned in 1922, was subsequently scrapped; adopted by Azerbaijan, renamed PKV Şahin with same pennant number) *
    304 ÈM Nyrók ЭМ Нырок — Nazgül Éndryuqyzy Pokrovskïy Назгүл Эндрюқызы Покровский/Nazgúl Andrévna Pokróvskaja Назгул Андревна Покровская (Renamed ÈM Porazhájuschij ЭМ Поражающий after launching in 1902, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, decommissioned in 1922, was subsequently scrapped; adopted by Kazakhstan, renamed PKV Narıq ПКВ Нарық with same pennant number) *
    305 ÈM Bérkut ЭМ Беркут — Pelagéja Páblovna Ljubímova Пелагея Павловна Любимова (Renamed ÈM Pronzítel'nyj ЭМ Пронзительный after launching in 1902, decommissioned in 1912 for transfer to civilian service, was subsequently scrapped; adopted by Russia as PKV Pronzítel'nyj ПКВ Пронзительный with same pennant number)
    306 ÈM Al'batrós ЭМ Альбатрос — Karoliina Venla Protopopov/Karolína Veniamínovna Protopópova Каролина Вениаминовна Протопопова (Renamed ÈM Podvízhnyj ЭМ Подвижный after launching in 1902, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, transferred to Finnish Soviet forces the following year, officially transferred to Finland in 1922 and renamed TV S-5, decommissioned in 1929, was subsequently scrapped; adopted by Finland, renamed KV Kökar with pennant K05) *
    307 ÈM Gagára ЭМ Гагара — Katriina Päivi Muravyev/Kátrina Pétrovna Murav'éva Катрина Петровна Муравьева (Renamed ÈM Prozorlívyj ЭМ Прозорливый after launching in 1902, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, transferred to Finnish Soviet forces the following year, officially transferred to Finland in 1922 and renamed TV S-2, was sunk in storm in 1925 in the Gulf of Bothnia, subsequently salvaged and was scrapped the following year; adopted by Finland, renamed KV Kumlinge with pennant K02) *
    308 ÈM Vóron ЭМ Ворон — Loviisa Seela Dmitrijev/Lóvijsa Stepánovna Dmítrieva Ловийса Степановна Дмитриева (Renamed ÈM Rézvyj ЭМ Резвый after launching in 1902, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, transferred to Finnish Soviet forces the following year, officially transferred to Finland in 1922 and renamed TV S-4, decommissioned in 1925, was subsequently scrapped; adopted by Finland, renamed KV Lumparland with pennant K04) *
    309 ÈM Fílin ЭМ Филин — Fedóra Mikhájovna Bákhireva Федора Михайловна Бахирева (Renamed ÈM Retívyj ЭМ Ретивый after launching in 1902, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, decommissioned in 1922, was subsequently scrapped; adopted by Russia as PKV Fílin ПКВ Филин with same pennant number)


    310 ÈM Sová ЭМ Сова — Birgitta Filippa Raden/Bírgitta Férdinandovna Radéna Биргитта Фердинандовна Радена (Renamed ÈM R'jányj ЭМ Рьяный after launching in 1902, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, transferred to Finnish Soviet forces the following year, officially transferred to Finland in 1922 and renamed TV S-1, decommissioned in 1930 on conversion to target ship, was scrapped in 1939; adopted by Finland, renamed KV Brändö with pennant K01) *
    311 ÈM Kóndor ЭМ Кондор — Júriko Aleksándrovna Korníl'eva Юрико Александровна Корнильева 百合子·アレクサンドロヴナ·コルニリエバ (Renamed ÈM Baklán ЭМ Баклан [second of name] after launching in 1901, renamed ÈM Reshítel'nyj ЭМ Решительный before completion the following year, was captured while trying to escape captivity in 1904 at Lǚshùnkǒu, Liáoníng, China; renamed THG Akatsuki THG [second of name], renamed THG Yamabiko THG 山彦 two years later, decommissioned in 1918, was scrapped that later; adopted by Japan under second name with hull number GK-83) *
    312 ÈM Bekás ЭМ Бекас — Borisláva Valeriánovna Kuz'mína-Korováeva Борислава Валериановна Кузьмина-Короваева (Renamed ÈM Serdítyj ЭМ Сердитый after launching in 1902, was captured while trying to escape captivity in 1904 at Lǚshùnkǒu, Liáoníng, China; restored to Russia the following year, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, was captured by Japan the following year during the Allied intervention in the Russian Civil War, restored to the Soviet Union in 1923, was scrapped two years later; adopted by Russia as PKV Bekás ПКВ Бекас with same pennant number)
    313 ÈM Górlitsa ЭМ Горлица — Glafíra Maksimiliánovna Shul'ts Глафира Максимилиановна Шульц (Renamed ÈM Smélyj ЭМ Смелый after launching in 1902, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, was captured by Japan the following year during the Allied intervention in the Russian Civil War, restored to the Soviet Union in 1923, was scrapped two years later; adopted by Russia as PKV Górlitsa ПКВ Горлица with same pennant number)
    314 ÈM Grach ЭМ Грач — Gálja Aleksándrovna Kitkína Галя Александровна Киткина (Renamed ÈM Storozhevój ЭМ Сторожевой after launching in 1902, damaged beyond economical repair by torpedo strike in 1904 during the siege of Port Arthur by THG Chidori, deliberately run aground near Lǚshùnkǒu, Liáoníng, China; was subsequently destroyed to prevent capture, remains scrapped on site; adopted by Russia as PKV Grach ПКВ Грач with same pennant number)
    315 ÈM Kulík ЭМ Кулик — Katjúsha Aleksándrovna Sergéeva Катюша Александровна Сергеева (Renamed ÈM Steregúschij ЭМ Стерегущий after launching in 1902, was sunk by gunfire in 1904 by TH Gunkan-tachi Tokiwa, Chitose, Akebono, Sazanami, Shinonome and Usugumo near Lǚshùnkǒu, Liáoníng, China; adopted by Russia as PKV Kulík ПКВ Кулик with same pennant number)
    316 ÈM Pérepel ЭМ Перепел — Pélageja Aleksándrovna Khoménko Пелагея Александровна Хоменко (Renamed ÈM Skóryj ЭМ Скорый after launching in 1902, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, was captured by Japan the following year during the Allied intervention in the Russian Civil War, restored to the Soviet Union in 1923, was scrapped that year; adopted by Russia as PKV Pérepel ПКВ Перепел with same pennant number)
    317 ÈM Skvoréts ЭМ Скворец — Sabína Konstantínovna Jurasóvskaja Сабина Константиновна Юрасовская (Renamed ÈM Stráshnyj ЭМ Страшный after launching in 1902, was sunk by gunfire in 1904 by TH Gunkan-tachi Tokiwa, Chitose, Akebono, Sazanami, Shinonome and Usugumo near Lǚshùnkǒu, Liáoníng, China; adopted by Russia as PKV Skvoréts ПКВ Скворец with same pennant number)
    318 ÈM Strizh ЭМ Стриж — Sashén'ka Valeriánovna Kuz'mína-Korováeva Сашенька Валериановна Кузьмина-Короваева (Renamed ÈM Strójnyj ЭМ Стройный after launching in 1902, was sunk by mine strike in 1904 near near Lǚshùnkǒu, Liáoníng, China; adopted by Russia as PKV Strizh ПКВ Стриж with same pennant number)
    319 ÈM Schegól ЭМ Щегол — Seléna Borísovna Khljústina Селена Борисовна Хлюстина (Renamed ÈM Státnyj ЭМ Статный after launching in 1902, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, was captured by Japan the following year during the Allied intervention in the Russian Civil War, restored to the Soviet Union in 1923, was scrapped two years later; adopted by Russia as PKV Schegól ПКВ Щегол with same pennant number)


    320 ÈM Drozd ЭМ Дрозд — Şaar Aleksankyzy Smirnov Шаар Алексанкызы Смирнов/Shára Aleksándrovna Smirnóva Шара Александровна Смирнова (Renamed ÈM Razjáschij ЭМ Разящий after launching in 1902, was scuttled to prevent capture in 1904 during the Siege of Port Arthur near Lǚshùnkǒu, Liáoníng, China; was subsequently salvaged and scrapped; adopted by Kyrgyzstan, renamed PKV Moloçnitsa ПКВ Молочница with same pennant number) *
    321 ÈM Djátel ЭМ Дятел — Jìn Jiābǎi 禁 佳柏/Tszjábaj Pávlovna Pléna Цзябай Павловна Плена (Renamed ÈM Rastorópnyj ЭМ Расторопный after launching in 1902, was scuttled to prevent capture in 1904 near Lǚshùnkǒu, Liáoníng, China; remains transferred to China the following year, was scrapped on site; adopted by China, renamed ZRZ Běijì ZRZ 北薊 with pennant 304) *
    322 ÈM Baklán ЭМ Баклан — Fúmiko Evgén'evna Khodoróvich Фумико Евгеньевна Ходорович 文子·イェヴゲンエヴナ·ホドロビッチ (Renamed ÈM Kóndor ЭМ Кондор [second of name] after launching in 1901, renamed ÈM Síl'nyj ЭМ Сильный before completion the following year, was scuttled to prevent capture in 1904 at Lǚshùnkǒu, Liáoníng, China; subsequently salvaged by Japan and renamed THG Fumitsuki THG 文月, decommissioned in 1913, was scrapped that year; adopted by Japan, renamed NKG Utatsuki NKG うたつき [詩月] with hull number GK-84 to prevent confusion with destroyer THG/NKG Fumizuki [KK-150]) *
    323 ÈM Lébed' ЭМ Лебедь — Anzhelíka Alekséevna Ugrjúmova-Márti Анжелика Алексеевна Угрюмова-Марти (Renamed ÈM Strógij ЭМ Строгий after launching in 1902, decommissioned in 1918, was captured by the Germans later that year after the Treaty of Brest-Litóvsk, surrendered to the Allies late in 1918, returned to the Soviet Union in 1922, renamed ÈM Márti ЭМ Марти [second of name] the following year; decommissioned the second time in 1929, was scrapped that year; adopted by Russia as PKV Márti ПКВ Марти with same pennant number)
    324 ÈM Pelikán ЭМ Пеликан — Viktórija Leonídivna Ivánova Вікторія Леонідівна Іванова (Renamed ÈM Smetlívyj ЭМ Сметливый after launching in 1902, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, was scuttled to prevent capture the following year near Novorossíjsk, Krasnodárskij Kraj; salvaged and was scrapped in 1926; adopted by Ukraine, renamed PKV Vypalényj ПКВ Випалений, given pennant 050) *
    325 ÈM Pavlín ЭМ Павлин — Praskóv'ja Már'janovna Slavóchinskaja-Shmidt Прасковья Марьяновна Славочинская-Шмидт (Renamed ÈM Svirépyj ЭМ Свирепый after launching in 1902, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, captured by Germany the following year after the Treaty of Brest-Litóvsk, surrendered to the Allies later in 1918, placed in reserve until returned to the Soviet Union two years later, renamed ÈM Lejtenánt Shmidt ЭМ Лейтенант Шмидт [second of name] in 1922, decommissioned in 1927, was scrapped that year; adopted by Russia as PKV Pavlín ПКВ Павлин with same pennant number)
    326 ÈM Fazán ЭМ Фазан — Fjókla Aleksándrovna Danilévskaja Фёкла Александровна Данилевская (Renamed ÈM Stremítel'nyj ЭМ Стремительный after launching in 1902, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, was scuttled to prevent capture by Germany the following year near Novorossíjsk, Krasnodárskij Kraj; salvaged and was scrapped in 1926; adopted by Russia as PKV Fazán ПКВ Фазан with same pennant number)


    KIT-CLASS DESTROYER/FAST CORVETTE
    327 ÈM Kit ЭМ Кит — Hadiye Wittgeft/Hadíe Vil'gél'movna Vitgéfta Гадие Вильгельмовна Витгефта (Built in Germany [now Poland] for Russia, renamed ÈM Bdítel'nyj ЭМ Бдительный in 1902, was scuttled to prevent capture in 1904 near Lǚshùnkǒu, Liáoníng, China; adopted by Turkmenistan, renamed PKW Hüşgär with same pennant number) *
    328 ÈM Del'fín ЭМ Дельфин — Burçi Moskvitin Бурҷи Москвитин/Báshnja Ivánovna Moskvítina Башня Ивановна Москвитина (Built in Germany [now Poland] for Russia, renamed ÈM Besstráshnyj ЭМ Бесстрашный in 1902, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, decommissioned in 1924, was subsequently scrapped; adopted by Tajikistan, renamed KPB Betars КПБ Бетарс with same pennant number) *
    329 ÈM Skat ЭМ Скат — Shurá Veniamínovna Lukiná Шура Вениаминовна Лукина (Built in Germany [now Poland] for Russia, renamed ÈM Besposchádnyj ЭМ Беспощадный in 1902, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, was captured by the Allies the following year at Múrmansk, Múrmanskaja Óblast'; restored to the Soviet Union in 1923, decommissioned and was scrapped two years later; adopted by Russia as PKV Skat ПКВ Скат with same pennant number)
    330 ÈM Kasátka ЭМ Касатка — Gulnora Maksimova Andreevna/Gúl'nora Andréevna Maksímova Гульнора Андреевна Максимова (Built in Germany [now Poland] for Russia, renamed ÈM Besshúmnyj ЭМ Бесшумный in 1902, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, was captured by the Allies the following year at Múrmansk, Múrmanskaja Óblast'; restored to the Soviet Union in 1923, decommissioned and was scrapped the following yeaar; adopted by Uzbekistan, renamed PK Jim with same pennant number) *


    OSJÓTR-CLASS DESTROYER/FAST CORVETTE
    331 ÈM Forél' ЭМ Форель — Yú Xìxiù 于 細秀/Sisjú Nikoláevna Matusévicha Сисю Николаевна Матусевича (Built in France for Russia, renamed ÈM Vnimátel'nyj ЭМ Внимательный in 1902, was sunk by grounding two years later near Lǚshùnkǒu, Liáoníng, China; adopted by China, renamed ZRZ Xìxīn ZRZ 細心 with pennant 305) *
    332 ÈM Stérljad' ЭМ Стерлядь — Yú Hāshū 于 哈淑/Kháshu Pávelovna Ríkhtera Хашу Павеловна Рихтера (Built in France for Russia, renamed ÈM Vynóslivyj ЭМ Выносливый in 1902, was sunk by mine strike two years later near Lǚshùnkǒu, Liáoníng, China; adopted by China, renamed ZRZ Hādài ZRZ 哈代 with pennant 306) *
    333 ÈM Osjótr ЭМ Осётр — Yú Qìshí 于 氣时/Tsishí Mikhájlovna Podúshkina Циши Михайловна Подушкина (Built in France for Russia, renamed ÈM Vnushítel'nyj ЭМ Внушительный in 1902, was sunk by gunfire in 1904 by THG Yoshino near Lǚshùnkǒu, Liáoníng, China; adopted by China, renamed ZRZ Qìshì ZRZ 氣勢 with pennant 307) *
    334 ÈM Kefál' ЭМ Кефаль — Ul'jána Z'mítse'vna Vierdziaréŭski Ульяна Зьміцеьвна Вердзярэўскі (Built in France for Russia, renamed ÈM Vlástnyj ЭМ Властный in 1902, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, was captured by the United Kingdom later that year, returned to the Soviet Union in 1921, was scrapped the following year; adopted by Belarus, renamed PKR Uládny ПКВ Уладны with same pennant number) *
    335 ÈM Losós' ЭМ Лосось — Natállja Uladzimírevna Skhóvishcha Наталля Уладзіміревна Сховішча (Built in France for Russia, renamed ÈM Grozovój ЭМ Грозовой in 1902, was captured by the United Kingdom later that year, returned to the Soviet Union in 1921, was scrapped the following year; adopted by Belarus, renamed PKR Navaĺníchny ПКВ Навальнічны with same pennant number) *


    SOM-CLASS DESTROYER/FAST CORVETTE
    336 ÈM Som ЭМ Сом — Snezhána Aleksándrovna Korníl'eva Снежана Александровна Корнильева (Built in the United Kingdom for Russia, renamed ÈM Boevój ЭМ Боевой in 1902, damaged beyond economical repair by gunfire in 1903 by TH Gunkan-tachi Mikasa and Fuji near Lǚshùnkǒu, Liáoníng, China; was scuttled early the next year to prevent capture near same location; adopted by Russia as PKV Som ПКВ Сом with same pennant number)

    HǍIHUĀ-CLASS DESTROYER/FAST CORVETTE (War Prize)
    337 ÈM Lejtenánt Burakóv ЭМ Лейтенант Бураков — Yú Fānghuā 于 芳花/Fánkhua Sergéevna Dolrobórodova-Burakóva Фанхуа Сергеевна Долгобородова-Буракова (Built by Germany [in modern day Poland] for China as DQZ Hǎihuā DQZ 海花, was seized by Russia in 1900 during the Boxer Rebellion at the Dàgū Forts, Tiānjīn and renamed; was sunk by gunfire in 1904 during the siege of Port Arthur by TH Gunkan-tachi Mikasa and Fuji near Lǚshùnkǒu, Liáoníng, China; adopted by China as ZRZ Hǎihuā ZRZ 海花 with pennant 301, given Russian Navy pennant number for administrative purposes) *

    BYCHÓK-CLASS DESTROYER/FAST CORVETTE
    338 ÈM Bychók ЭМ Бычок — Aksín'ja Nikoláevna Koloméjtseva Аксинья Николаевна Коломейцева (Renamed ÈM Bújnyj ЭМ Буйный in 1902, was scuttled to prevent capture in 1905 at the Battle of Tsushima west-northwest of Nagato, Yamaguchi, Japan; adopted by Russia as PKV Bychók ПКВ Бычок with same pennant number)
    339 ÈM Akúla ЭМ Акула — Ágnija Geórgievna Gádda Агния Георгиевна Гадда (Renamed ÈM Bójkij ЭМ Бойкий in 1902, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, captured by the Allies the following year at Vladivostók, Primórskij Kraj; returned to the Soviet Union in 1922, was scrapped in 1925; adopted by Russia as PKV Bójkij ПКВ Бойкий with same pennant number)
    340 ÈM Nalím ЭМ Налим — Nojabrína Sergéevna Bérenova-Anísimova Ноябрина Сергеевна Беренова-Анисимова (Renamed ÈM Brávyj ЭМ Бравый in 1902, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, captured by the Allies the following year at Vladivostók, Primórskij Kraj; returned to the Soviet Union in 1922, renamed ÈM Anísimov ЭМ Анисимов the following year, decommissioned in 1925, was scrapped that year; adopted by Russia as PKV Nalím ПКВ Налим with same pennant number)
    341 ÈM Makrél' ЭМ Макрель — Mirosláva Evséevna Pogorél'skaja Мирослава Евсеевна Погорельская (Renamed ÈM Búrnyj ЭМ Бурный in 1902, damaged beyond economical repair by grounding in 1904 during the Battle of the Yellow Sea near Wēihǎi, Shāndōng, China; was scuttled to prevent capture; adopted by Russia as PKV Makrél' ПКВ Макрель with same pennant number)
    342 ÈM Plotvá ЭМ Плотва — Oksána Andréevna Viréniusa Оксана Андреевна Вирениуса/Oksana Andŭreyebŭna Pireniusa 옥사나 안드레예브나 비레니우사 (Renamed ÈM Býstryj ЭМ Быстрый in 1902, was sunk by grounding in 1905 after the Battle of Tsushima off the coast of Korea; adopted by Russia as PKV Plotvá ПКВ Плотва with same pennant number)
    343 ÈM Ókun' ЭМ Окунь — Olimpiáda Aleksándrovna Shámova Олимпиада Александровна Шамова (Renamed ÈM Blestjáschij ЭМ Блестящий in 1902, damaged beyond economical repair by gunfire in 1905 during the Battle of Tsushima, was scuttled to prevent capture west-northwest of Nagato, Yamaguchi, Japan; adopted by Russia as PKV Ókun' ПКВ Окунь with same pennant number)
    344 ÈM Kéta ЭМ Кета — Shión Nikoláevna Baránova Шион Николаевна Баранова 紫苑·ニコラエフナ·バラノバ (Renamed ÈM Bedóvyj ЭМ Бедовый in 1902, damaged beyond economical repair by gunfire in 1905 at the Battle of Tsushima west-northwest of Nagato, Yamaguchi, Japan; surrendered to Japan, renamed THG Satsuki THG 皐月, decommissioned in 1913, reassigned as target ship, was scrapped in 1922; adopted by Japan, renamed NKG Tsutsuji NKG つつじ [躑躅] to prevennt confusion with destroyter THG/NKG Satsuki [KK-148], given Japanese Self-Defence Forces hull number GK-85) *
    345 ÈM Peskár' ЭМ Пескарь — Violétta Nikoláevna Kúrosha Виолетта Николаевна Куроша (Renamed ÈM Bódryj ЭМ Бодрый in 1902, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, captured by the Allies the following year at Vladivostók, Primórskij Kraj; returned to the Soviet Union in 1922, was scrapped in 1925; adopted by Russia as PKV Peskár' ПКВ Пескарь with same pennant number)
    346 ÈM Páltus ЭМ Палтус — Polína Jósypivna Matusévicha Поліна Йосипівна Матусевича (Renamed ÈM Bezupréchnyj ЭМ Безупречный in 1902, was sunk by gunfire in 1905 at the Battle of Tsushima by TH Gunkan-tachi Chitose and Ariake west-northwest of Nagato, Yamaguchi, Japan; adopted by Ukraine, renamed PKV Bezdohánnyj ПКВ Бездоганний, given pennant 051) *
    347 ÈM Sig ЭМ Сиг — Violétta Víktorovna Burnakhóvskaja Виолетта Викторовна Бурнаховская (Renamed ÈM Vídnyj ЭМ Видный in 1902, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, decommissioned in 1925, was scrapped the following year; adopted by Russia as PKV Sig ПКВ Сиг with same pennant number)


    LEJTENÁNT PÚSCHIN-CLASS DESTROYER/FAST CORVETTE
    348 ÈM Belúga ЭМ Белуга — Ionela Sablina-Marta/Yonéla Mykhájlivna Sablína-Márty Ионела Михайлівна Сабліна-Марти (Renamed ÈM Zavídnyj ЭМ Завидный in 1902, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, captured by the Germans the following year, renamed SMS R-13, surrendered to the Allies later in 1918, restored to the Soviet Union two years later, renamed ÈM Márti ЭМ Марти though not recommissioned, was scrapped in 1925; adopted by Moldova, renamed VP Invidiat with pennant V1) *
    349 ÈM Karp ЭМ Карп — Əminə İskəndərqizi Kurosh/Dzhámindzha Oleksándrivna Kúrosha Джамінджа Олександрівна Куроша (Renamed ÈM Zavétnyj ЭМ Заветный in 1902, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, captured by the Germans the following year, was scuttled to prevent capture in 1919 near Sevastópol, Krym; was subsequently salvaged and was scrapped in 1923; adopted by Azerbaijan, renamed PKV Əziz with same pennant number) *
    350 ÈM Ugor' ЭМ Угорь — Sevan Ostrogradskaya-Apostola Սեւան Օստրոգրադսկայա-Ապոստոլա/Sévan Mykhájlivna Ostrohrádskaja-Apóstola Севан Михайлівна Остроградская-Апостола (Renamed ÈM Zhútkij ЭМ Жуткий in 1902, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, captured by the Germans the following year, surrendered to the Allies in 1919, restored to the Soviet Union in 1922, was scrapped in 1925; adopted by Armenia, renamed PK Sarsap'eli PK սարսափելի with same pennant number) *
    351 ÈM Rýbets ЭМ Рыбец — Tsisia Mikhailovichi ცისია მიხაილოვიჩი/Tsýsja Vasylívna Mykhájlovich Цися Василівна Михайлович (Renamed ÈM Zhivój ЭМ Живой in 1902, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, captured by the Germans the following year, renamed SMS R-14, surrendered to the Allies later in 1918 and transferred to the White Russian forces, was sunk in a storm two years later near Sevastópol', Krym; adopted by Georgia, renamed SV Tsotskhali SV ცოცხალი with pennant V1) *
    352 ÈM Schúka ЭМ Щука — Silvia Shergin/Síl'vija Oleksándrivna Sherhýna Сільвія Олександрівна Шергина (Renamed ÈM Zhárkij ЭМ Жаркий in 1902, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, captured by the Germans the following year, surrendered to the Allies later in 1918 and transferred to the White Russian forces, interned two years later by French authorities, transferred to the Soviet Union in 1924, was scrapped that year; adopted by Moldova, renamed VP Ştiucă with pennant V2) *
    353 ÈM Karás' ЭМ Карась — Gulnaz K'arasik'i გულნაზ კარასიკი/Hul'náz Júrijivna Karásyka Гульназ Юріївна Карасика (Renamed ÈM Zhivúchij ЭМ Живучий in 1902, was sunk by mine strike in 1916 near Varna, Bulgaria; adopted by Georgia, renamed SV Gamdzle SV გამძლე with pennant V2) *
    354 ÈM Lejtenánt Púschin ЭМ Лейтенант Пущин — Zhánnochka Leonídivna Púschyna Жанночка Леонидівна Пущина (Renamed ÈM Zadórnyj ЭМ Задорный in 1907, was sunk by mine strike in 1916 near Varna, Bulgaria; adopted by Russia as PKV Lejtenánt Púschin ПКВ Лейтенант Пущин with same pennant number)
    355 ÈM Zvónkij ЭМ Звонкий — Zinajída Andrívna Ljuskóva Зінаїда Андрівна Лыскова (Switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, captured by the Germans the following year, renamed SMS R-11, surrendered to the Allies later in 1918 and transferred to the White Russian forces, interned two years later by French authorities, transferred to the Soviet Union in 1924, was scrapped that year; adopted by Ukraine, renamed PKV Dzvínkyj ПКВ Дзвінкий, given pennant 052) *
    356 ÈM Zórkij ЭМ Зоркий — Vitálija Rjémivna Saushéva Віталія Рэмівна Саушева (Switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, captured by the Germans the following year, renamed SMS R-10, surrendered to the Allies later in 1918 and transferred to the White Russian forces, interned two years later by French authorities, transferred to the Soviet Union in 1924, was scrapped that year; adopted by Ukraine PKV Pobáchyty ПКВ Побачити, given pennant 053) *


    LEJTENÁNT BURAKÓV-CLASS DESTROYER/FAST CORVETTE
    357 ÈM Lejtenánt Burakóv ЭМ Лейтенант Бураков — Matleena Noora Burakov/Mátlina Nikoláevna Korotkóva-Burakóva Матлина Николаевна Короткова-Буракова (Second of name, built in France for Russia, reclassified as aviso in 1912, was sunk by mine strike in 1917 near Mariehamn, Åland, Finland; adopted by Finland, renamed KV Mariehamn with pennant K06) *
    358 ÈM Métkij ЭМ Меткий — Vanamo Nelli Povalishin/Vanámo Nikoláevna Povalíshina Ванамо Николаевна Повалишина (Built in France for Russia, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, decommissioned in 1922, was scrapped in 1925; adopted by Finland, renamed KV Vårdö with pennant K07) *
    359 ÈM Molodétskij ЭМ Молодецкий — Hellä Pilha Likachov/Géllja Pávlovna Likhachjóva Гелля Павловна Лихачёва (Built in France for Russia, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, decommissioned in 1922, was scrapped in 1925; adopted by Finland, renamed KV Vestergeta with pennant K08) *
    360 ÈM Móschnyj ЭМ Мощный — Žydrė Piłsudska/Zhidré Geórgievna Pilsúdskaja Жидре Георгиевна Пилсудская (Built in France for Russia, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, was captured the following year by the Germans at Helsinki, Finland; restored to the Soviet Union in 1921, decommissioned the following year, was scrapped in 1925; adopted by Lithuania, renamed LKL Zalavas with pennant V01) *
    361 ÈM Iskúsnyj ЭМ Искусный — Anastasija Mordvinovs/Anastasíja Nikoláevna Mordvínova Анастасия Николай Мордвинова (Built in France for Russia, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, decommissioned the following year, was scrapped in 1925; adopted by Latvia, renamed LJK Ainaži with pennant V06) *
    362 ÈM Ispolnítel'nyj ЭМ Исполнительный — Veera Lehtinen/Véra Antónevna Lejtinéna Вера Антоневна Лейтинена (Built in France for Russia, was sunk in storm in 1914 southeast of Hanko, Uusimaa, FInland; adopted by Estonia, renamed EML Vormsi with pennant K4) *
    363 ÈM Krépkij ЭМ Крепкий — Dzidra Saričevs/Dzhídra Alekséevna Sárycheva Джидра Алексеевна Сарычева (Built in France for Russia, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, decommissioned in 1922 and reassigned as static training ship, was scrapped in 1925; adopted by Latvia, renamed LJK Durbe with pennant V07) *
    364 ÈM Ljókhkij ЭМ Лёгкий — Solveiga Vojnovič/Sól'vejga Márkovna Vójnovicha Сольвейга Марковна Войновича (Built in France for Russia, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, captured by Germany the following year at Helsinki, Finland; restored to the Soviet Union later in 1918, reassigned as training ship two years later, decommissioned in 1924, was scrapped the following year; adopted by Latvia, renamed LJK Subate with pennant V08) *
    365 ÈM Lóvkij ЭМ Ловкий — Deimantė Berežnaja/Déjmante Sergéevna Berezhnája Дейманте Сергеевна Бережная (Built in France for Russia, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, reassigned as training ship in 1922, decommissioned 1925, was scrapped that year; adopted by Lithuania, renamed LKL Degučiai with pennant V02) *
    366 ÈM Letúchij ЭМ Летучий — Riina Lehtinen/Ríjna Antónevna Lejtinéna Рийна Антоневна Лейтинена (Built in France for Russia, was sunk in storm in 1914 southeast of Hanko, Uusimaa, FInland; adopted by Estonia, renamed EML Ruhnu with pennant K3) *
    367 ÈM Likhój ЭМ Лихой — Kertu Yekimov/Gertrúda Anatólievna Ekímova Гертруда Анатолиевна Екимова (Built in France for Russia, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, decommissioned the following year, was scrapped in 1925; adopted by Estonia, renamed EML Kihnu with pennant K5) *


    TVJÓRDYJ-CLASS DESTROYER/FAST CORVETTE
    368 ÈM Tvjórdyj ЭМ Твёрдый — Paula Shishko-Lazo/Pávla Pávlovna Shishkó-Lazó Павла Павловна Шишко-Лазо (Switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, captured by the Japanese the following year, restored to the Soviet Union in 1922, renamed ÈM Lazó ЭМ Лазо, decommissioned in 1925, was scrapped two years later; adopted by Moldova, renamed VP Piatra with pennant V3) *
    369 ÈM Trevózhnyj ЭМ Тревожный — Silvija Vyslovas Porębska/Véslava Kazimírovna Porémbskaja Веслава Казимировна Порембская (Switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, captured by the Japanese the following year, was scuttled on the withdrawal of the Allies in 1922 from Vladivostók, Primórskij Kraj; salvaged the following year and was scrapped; adopted by Lithuania, renamed LKL Šventaragis' with pennant V9) *
    370 ÈM Tóchnyj ЭМ Точный — Äygerim Evgenïqyzy Gernet-Potapenko Әйгерім Евгениқызы Гернет-Потапенко/Ajgérim Evgén'evna Gérneta-Potápenko Айгерим Евгеньевна Гернета-Потапенко (Switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, captured by the Japanese the following year, restored to the Soviet Union in 1922, renamed ÈM Potápenko ЭМ Потапенко, decommissioned in 1925, was scrapped two years later; adopted by Kazakhstan, renamed PKV Aqtoğay ПКВ Ақтоғай with same pennant number) *
    371 ÈM Inzhenér-Mekhánik Anastásov ЭМ Инженер-Механик Анастасов — Feodósija Vladimírovna Anastásova Феодосия Владимировна Анастасова (Switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, captured by the Japanese the following year, then transferred to White Russian Forces, was scuttled in 1920 to prevent capture by Soviet forces, salvaged two years later but was not recommissioned, was scrapped in 1925; adopted by Russia, renamed PKV Fatézh ПКВ Фатеж with same pennant number) *
    372 ÈM Lejtenánt Maléev ЭМ Лейтенант Малеев — Ul'jána Érminova Maléeva Ульяна Ермиовна Малеева (Switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, captured by the Japanese the following year, then transferred to White Russian Forces, was scuttled in 1920 to prevent capture by Soviet forces, salvaged two years later but was not recommissioned, was scrapped in 1925; adopted by Russia, renamed PKV Ufá ПКВ Уфа with same pennant number) *


    INZHENÉR-MEKHÁNIK ZVERÉV-CLASS DESTROYER/FAST CORVETTE
    373 ÈM Inzhenér-Mekhánik Zverév ЭМ Инженер-Механик Зверев — Sergéevna Adramóvicha-Blèk-Zveréva Сергеевна Абрамовича-Блэк-Зверева (Built in Germany [now Poland] for Russia, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, renamed TSch Zhemchúzhnyj ТЩ Жемчужный in 1922 on reassignment as a minesweeper, re-designated as an aviso in 1926, decommissioned later that year, was scrapped in 1930; adopted by Russia, renamed PKV Tiráspolitan ПКВ Тирасполитан with same pennant number) *
    374 ÈM Inzhenér-Mekhánik Dmítriev ЭМ Инженер-Механик Дмитриев — Raísa Mikhájlaŭna Vjasjólkina-Dèmítryeva Раіса Міхайлаўна Вясёлкіна-Дзмітрыева (Built in Germany [now Poland] for Russia, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, placed in reserve the following year, renamed TSch Roshál' ТЩ Рошаль [second of name] in 1925 on conversion to a minesweeper, re-designated as an aviso the following year, decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped that year; adopted by Belarus, renamed PKV Rahachóŭ ПКВ Рагачоў with same pennant number) *
    375 ÈM Vynóslivyj ЭМ Выносливый — Aèlíta Pávelovna Chichágora Аэлита Павеловна Чичагова (Second of name, built in Germany [now Poland] for Russia, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, placed in reserve two years later, reclassified as a minesweeper in 1922, re-designated as an aviso in 1926, decommissioned into reserve two years later, was sunk due to hull deterioration during the Great Patriotic War near Sankt-Peterbúrg; was salvaged in 1953 and subsequently scrapped; adopted by Russia, renamed PKV Admiraltéjskij ПКВ Адмиралтейский with same pennant number) *
    376 ÈM Vnimátel'nyj ЭМ Внимательный — Letítsija Ivánna de Traversé Летиция Иванна де Траверсе (Second of name, built in Germany [now Poland] for Russia, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, placed in reserve two years later, reclassified as a minesweeper in 1922, decommissioned two years later, was scrapped in 1925; adopted by Russia, renamed PKV Lúzhskij ПКВ Лужский with same pennant number) *
    377 ÈM Bdítel'nyj ЭМ Бдительный — Vasilísa Nikoláevna Maksímova Василиса Николаевна Максимова (Second of name, built in Germany [now Poland] for Russia, was sunk by mine strike in 1917 near Mäntyluoto, Pori, Finland; adopted by Russia, renamed PKV Vasileostróvskij ПКВ Василеостровский with same pennant number) *
    378 ÈM Vnushítel'nyj ЭМ Внушительный — Vól'ha Aljaksándraŭna Martýnava Вольга Аляксандраўна Мартынана (Second of name, built in Germany [now Poland] for Russia, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, placed in reserve two years later, re-designated a minesweeper in 1922, renamed TSch Martýnov ТЩ Мартынов in 1925, reassigned as training ship in 1935, decommissioned in 1940, was scrapped in 1949; adopted by Belarus, renamed PKV Pinsk ПКВ Пінск with same pennant number) *
    379 ÈM Búrnyj ЭМ Бурный — Maarja Razvozov/Maríja Aleksándrovna Razvózova Мария Александровна Развозова (Second of name, built in Germany [now Poland] for Russia, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, decommissioned in 1925, was scrapped that year; adopted by Estonia, renamed EML Muhu with pennant K10) *
    380 ÈM Bojevój ЭМ Боевой — Pélagija Sergéevna Vjazmitínova Пелагия Сергеевна Вязмитинова (Second of name, built in Germany [now Poland] for Russia, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, captured by Germany the following year, restored to the Soviet Union later in 1918 to be placed in reserve, decommissioned in 1924, was scrapped the following year; adopted by Russia, renamed PKV Pýl'skij ПКВ Рыльский with same pennant number) *
    381 ÈM Kapitán Jurasóvskij ЭМ Капитан Юрасовский — Avgústa Konstantínovna Jurasóvskaja Августа Константиновна Юрасовская (Built in Germany [now Poland] for Russia, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, was captured by the Allies the following year at Múrmansk, Múrmanskaja Óblast'; restored to the Soviet Union in 1920, decommissioned in 1924, was scrapped that year; adopted by Russia, renamed PKV Bronnítskij ПКВ Бронницкий with same pennant number) *
    382 ÈM Lejtenánt Sergéev ЭМ Лейтенант Сергеев — Klávdija Bogdánovna Bródovskaja-Sergéeva Клавдия Богдановна Бродовская-Сергеева (Built in Germany [now Poland] for Russia, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, was captured by the Allies the following year at Múrmansk, Múrmanskaja Óblast'; restored to the Soviet Union in 1920, decommissioned in 1924, was scrapped that year; adopted by Russia, renamed PKV Korochánskij ПКВ Корочанский with same pennant number) *


    DÉJATEL'NYJ-CLASS DESTROYER/FAST CORVETTE
    383 ÈM Síl'nyj ЭМ Сильный — Serafíma Sergéevna Dolgorúkova Серафима Сергеевна Долгорукова (Second of name, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, was captured by Germany the following year at Helsinki, Finland; returned to the Soviet Union in 1921, decommissioned in 1924, was scrapped the following year; adopted by Russia, renamed PKV Pokróvskij ПКВ Покровский with same pennant number) *
    384 ÈM Storozhevój ЭМ Сторожевой — Könül Dmitri qızı Lobanova-Rostovskaya/Kjunvil Dmítrievna Lobánova-Rostóvskaja Кёнвил Дмитриевна Лобанова-Ростовская (Second of name, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, decommissioned in 1922, was scrapped in 1925; adopted by Azerbaijan, renamed PKV Lənkəran with same pennant number) *
    385 ÈM Strójnyj ЭМ Стройный — Patrīcija Berlinga/Patrísija Róbertovna Bérlinga Патрисия Робертовна Берлинга (Second of name, was wrecked by grounding in 1917 in the Gulf of Riga, could not be salvaged, was scrapped on site; adopted by Latvia, renamed LJK Piltene with pennant V11) *
    386 ÈM Razjáschij ЭМ Разящий — Monika von Möller/Moníka Antónovna fon Móller Моника Антоновна фон Моллер (Second of name, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, was captured by Germany the following year at Helsinki, Finland; returned to the Soviet Union in 1921, decommissioned in 1924, was scrapped the following year; adopted by Estonia, renamed EML Nõo with pennant K12) *
    387 ÈM Rastorópnyj ЭМ Расторопный — Aynur İskəndər qızı Menşikov/Ájnur Aleksándrovna Ménshikova Айнур Александровна Меншикова (Second of name, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, decommissioned in 1922, was scrapped in 1925; adopted by Azerbaijan, renamed PKV Astara with same pennant number) *
    388 ÈM Déjatel'nyj ЭМ Деятельный — Jána Illariónovna Bíbikova Яна Илларионовна Бибикова (Switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, decommissioned in 1922, was scrapped in 1925; adopted by Russia, renamed PKV Jamálo-Nénetskij ПКВ Ямало-Ненецкий with same pennant number) *
    389 ÈM Dél'nyj ЭМ Дельный — Olésja Ferdinándovna Vrángel' Олеся Фердинандовна Врангель (Switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, decommissioned in 1922, was scrapped in 1925; adopted by Russia, renamed PKV Opóchetskij ПКВ Опочецкий with same pennant number) *
    390 ÈM Dostójnyj ЭМ Достойный — Klávdija Valeriánovna Dmítrieva Клавдия Валериановна Дмитриева (Switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, was captured by Germany the following year at Helsinki, Finland; returned to the Soviet Union in 1921, decommissioned in 1924, was scrapped the following year; adopted by Russia, renamed PKV Kólpinskij ПКВ Колпинский with same pennant number) *


    UKRÁJNA-CLASS MINELAYER DESTROYER/FAST CORVETTE
    391 MÈM Ukrájna МЭМ Украйна — Ofeliya Karl qizi Marks/Ofélija Kárlovna Marks Офелия Карловна Маркс (Reclassified from mine cruiser in 1907, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, renamed MÈM Karl Marks МЭМ Карл Маркс in 1920, restored to original name in 1923, renamed MÈM Bakínskij Rabóchij МЭМ Бакинский Рабочий the following year, reclassified as gunboat in 1926, decommissioned in 1949, was scrapped in 1964; adopted by Azerbaijan, renamed PKV Raboçi with same pennant number) *
    392 MÈM Vojskovój МЭМ Войсковой — Äsel Frïdrïxqyzy Éngels Әсел Фридрихқызы Энгельс/Asél' Frídrikhovna Èngél's Асель Фридриховна Энгельс (Reclassified from mine cruiser in 1907, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, renamed MÈM Frídrikh Èngél's МЭМ Фридрих Энгельс in 1920, renamed MÈM Márkin МЭМ Маркин in 1923, reclassified as gunboat in 1926, decommissioned in 1949, was scrapped in 1958; adopted by Kazakhstan, renamed PKV Äskerï ПКВ Әскери with same pennant number) *
    393 MÈM Donskój Kazák МЭМ Донской Казак — Dominíka Nikoláevna Métlina Доминика Николаевна Метлина (Reclassified from mine cruiser in 1907, was sunk by mine strike in 1916 northwest of Kolka, Latvia; partially salvaged but could not be repaired, was scrapped in 1921; adopted by Russia, renamed PKV Donétskij ПКВ Донецкий with same pennant number) *
    394 MÈM Zabajkálets МЭМ Забайкалец — Dúnjasha Aleksándrovna Panfílova Дуняша Александровна Панфилова (Reclassified from mine cruiser in 1907, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, decommissioned in 1921, was scrapped that year; adopted by Russia, renamed PKV Daúrija ПКВ Даурия with same pennant number) *
    395 MÈM Kazanéts МЭМ Казанец — Kamílla Grigór'evna Butakóva Камилла Григорьевна Бутакова (Reclassified from mine cruiser in 1907, was sunk by mine strike in 1916 near Osmussaar, Lääne, Estonia; adopted by Russia, renamed PKV Kazánskaja ПКВ Казанская with same pennant number) *
    396 MÈM Steregúschij МЭМ Стерегущий — Triinu Planson/Tríinu Konstantínovna Plánsona Триину Константиновна Плансона (Second of name, reclassified from mine cruiser in 1907, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, decommissioned in 1921, was scrapped in 1924; adopted by Estonia, renamed EML Torgu with pennant K13) *
    397 MÈM Stráshnyj МЭМ Страшный — Svajonė Drescher/Svajóne Pétrovna Dréshera Сваёне Петровна Дрешера (Second of name, reclassified from mine cruiser in 1907, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, decommissioned in 1921, was scrapped in 1924; adopted by Lithuania, renamed LKL Skiemonys with pennant V14) *
    398 MÈM Trukhménets МЭМ Трухменец — Nojabrína Mirzáovna Kuchúka-Al'tfátera Ноябрина Мирзаовна Кучука-Альтфатера (Reclassified from mine cruiser in 1907, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, renamed MÈM Mirzá Kuchúk МЭМ Мирза Кучук in 1920, renamed MÈM Al'tfáter МЭМ Альтфатер in 1922; reclassified as gunboat in 1926, renamed KLK Sovétskij Dagestán КЛК Советский Дагестан in 1945, decommissioned in 1949, was scrapped in 1962; adopted by Russia, renamed PKV Neftekúmskij ПКВ Нефтекумский with same pennant number) *


    FINN-CLASS DESTROYER/FAST CORVETTE
    399 ÈM Dobrovólets ЭМ Доброволец — Agnija Prišvina/Agníja Mikhájlovna Príshvina Агния Михайловна Пришвина (Was sunk by mine strike in 1916 northwest of Kolka, Latvia; adopted by Latvia, renamed LJK Ape with pennant V15) *
    400 ÈM Moskvítjanin ЭМ Москвитянин — Klávdija Anatólievna Bestúzheva-Rjúmina Клавдия Анатолиевна Бестужева-Рюмина (Switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, was sunk by air attack two years later during the Battle of Fort-Aleksándrovskogo near Fort-Şevçenko, Tüpqarağan, Kazakhstan; was salvaged in 1920, was destroyed by shore artillery later that year after White Russian forces retreated from Makhachkalá, Dagestán; adopted by Russia, renamed PKV Khamóvniki ПКВ Хамовники with same pennant number) *
    401 ÈM Finn ЭМ Финн — Francisca Liebknecht/Frantsíska Kárlovna Líbkhekhta Франциска Кaрловна Либкнехта (Switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, renamed ÈM Karl Líbkhekht ЭМ Карл Либкнехт in 1919, decommissioned in 1925, was scrapped that year; adopted by Finland, renamed KV Föglö with pennant K09) *
    402 ÈM Èmir Bukhárskij ЭМ Эмир Бухарский — Lempi Swerdlow/Ljudímyj Jákovovna Sverdlóva Любимый Якововна Свердлова (Switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, renamed ÈM Jákov Sverdlóv ЭМ Яков Свердлов two years later, decommissioned in 1923, was scrapped two years later; adopted by Finland, renamed KV Luhanka with pennant K10) *


    VSÁDNIK-CLASS DESTROYER/FAST CORVETTE
    403 ÈM Vsádnik ЭМ Всадник — Iñkär Tïmotïqyzy Sladkov Іңкәр Тимотиқызы Сладков/Inkár Timoféevna Sladkóva Инкар Тимофеевна Сладкова (Second of name, built in Germany for Russia, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, was captured by Germany the following year at Helsinki, Finland; returned to the Soviet Union later in 1918, renamed ÈM Sladkóv ЭМ Сладков in 1922, decommissioned in 1928, was scrapped that year; adopted by Kazakhstan, renamed PKV Oral ПКВ Орал with same pennant number) *
    404 ÈM Amúrets ЭМ Амурец — Praskóv'ja Anatól'evna Zheleznjakóva Прасковья Анатольевна Железнякова (Switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, renamed ÈM Zheleznjakóv ЭМ Железняков in 1922, re-designated as aviso in 1926, decommissioned in 1933, used as a floating barracks during the Great Patriotic War, was scrapped in 1947; adopted by Russia, renamed PKV Pérmskoe ПКВ Пермское with same pennant number) *
    405 ÈM Ussuríjets ЭМ Уссуриец — Marýna Aljaksándraŭna Kalcháka-Rosháĺ Марына Аляксандраўна Калчака-Рошаль (Switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, renamed ÈM Roshál' ЭМ Рошаль in 1922, decommissioned in 1926, was scrapped the following year; adopted by Belarus, renamed PKV Mázyr ПКВ Мазыр with same pennant number) *
    406 ÈM Gajdamák ЭМ Гайдамак — Hánna Fédorivna Ivánova Ганна Федорівна Іванова (Second of name, built in Germany for Russia, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, decommissioned in 1923, was scrapped in 1927; adopted by Ukraine, renamed PKV Hajdamák ПКВ Гайдамак, given pennant 054) *


    OKHÓTNIK-CLASS DESTROYER/FAST CORVETTE
    407 ÈM Okhótnik ЭМ Охотник — Skaidrīte Krabbe/Skajdréte Nikoláevna Krabbé Скайдрете Николаевна Краббе (Was sunk by torpedo strike in 1917 during the Battle of the Gulf of Riga by SM Schiffe V-99 and V-100 east-southeast of Ruhnu, Saare, Estonia; adopted by Latvia, renamed LJK Staicele with pennant V16) *
    408 ÈM Pograníchnik ЭМ Пограничник — Nojabrína Stepánovna Lesóvskaja Ноябрина Степановна Лесовская (Switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, decommissioned the following year, was scrapped in 1925; adopted by Russia, renamed PKV Névskij ПКВ Невский with same pennant number) *
    409 ÈM Generál Kondraténko ЭМ Генерал Кондратенко — Gulisa K'ondrat'enk'o გულისა კონდრატენკო/Gulísa Románovna Kondraténko Гулиса Романовна Кондратенко (Switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, decommissioned the following year, was scrapped in 1925; adopted by Georgia, renamed SV Gardabnis SV გარდაბნის with pennant V3) *
    410 ÈM Sibírskij Strelók ЭМ Сибирский Стрелок — Glafíra Mikhájlovna Beklemísheva Глафира Михайловна Беклемишева (Switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, re-designated as test ship in 1925, renamed ÈÈM Konstrúktor ЭЭМ Конструктор the following year, re-designated guard ship in 1941, re-designated again as gunboat two years later, decommissioned in 1956, was scrapped the following year; adopted by Russia, renamed PKV Chérnskij ПКВ Чернский with same pennant number) *


    LEJTENÁNT SHESTAKÓV-CLASS DESTROYER/FAST CORVETTE
    411 ÈM Lejtenánt Shestakóv ЭМ Лейтенант Шестаков — Barbare Shest'ak'ovi ბარბარე შესტაკოვი/Bárbara Oleksándrivna Shestakíva Барбара Олександрівна Шестаківа (Switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, was scuttled to prevent capture the following year near Novorossíjsk, Krasnodárskij Kraj; salvaged in 1927 and was subsequently scrapped; adopted by Georgia, renamed SV Baghdatis SV ბაღდათის with pennant V4) *
    412 ÈM Lejtenánt Púschin ЭМ Лейтенант Пущин — Hurik Pushkin-Sakena Հուրիկ Պուշկին-Սակենա/Hurýk Leonídivna Púschyna-Sákena Гурнк Леонидівна Пущина-Сакена (Second of name, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, was captured by Germany the following year at Sevastopol', Krym; renamed SMS R-04, surrendered to the Allies later that year, transferred to the White Russian forces in 1920, renamed ÈM Kapitán Sáken ЭМ Капитан Сакен [second of name], later interned by France at Binzart, Tunisia; was scrapped in the 1930s; adopted by Armenia, renamed PK Havatarim PK հավատարիմ with same pennant number) *
    413 ÈM Kapitán-Lejtenánt Baranov ЭМ Капитан-Лейтенант Баранов — Karína Nikoláevna Baránova Карина Николаевна Баранова (Switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, was scuttled to prevent capture the following year near Novorossíjsk, Krasnodárskij Kraj; salvaged in 1927 and was subsequently scrapped; adopted by Russia, renamed PKV Kologrívskij ПКВ Кологривский with same pennant number) *
    414 ÈM Lejtenánt Zatsarjónnyj ЭМ Лейтенант Зацарённый — Veroníka Pávelivna Shtil'bérg-Zatsarénnij Вероніка Павелівна Штільберг-Зацаренний (Was sunk by mine strike in 1917 near Zmijínij Island, Odés'ka, Ukraine; adopted by Ukraine, renamed PKV Výlkivs'ka ПКВ Вилківська, given pennant 055) *


    Ship Prefixes

    Russian type prefixes
    ÈÈM/ЭЭМ — Èksperimentál'nyj Èskádrennykh Minonóstsev Экспериментальный Эскадренный Миноносец ("Experimental Squadron Escort")
    ÈM/ЭМ — Èskádrennykh Minonóstsev Эскадренный Миноносец ("Squadron Escort")
    KLK/КЛК — Kanonérskaja Lódka Канонерская Лодка ("Gunboat")
    MÈM/МЭМ — Mínnyj Èskádrennykh Minonóstsev Ми́нный Эскадренный Миноносец ("Minelayer Squadron Escort")
    PKV/ПКВ — Patrúl'nyj Korvét Патрульный Корвет ("Patrol Corvette")
    TSch/ТЩ — Trál'schik Тральщик ("Minesweeper")


    Other former Soviet republic type prefixes
    KPB/КПБ — Korveti Posbonī Корвети Посбонӣ ("Patrol Corvette") (Tajikistan)
    PK — Parekayin Korvet պարեկային կորվետ ("Patrol Corvette") (Armenia)
    PK — Patrul Korveti ("Patrol Corvette") (Uzbekistan)
    PKV — Patrul Korveti ("Patrol Corvette") (Azerbaijan)
    PKV/ПКВ — Patrul Korvett Патруль Корветт ("Patrol Corvette") (Kyrgyzstan)
    PKV/ПКВ — Patrúĺny Karvét Патрульны Карвет ("Patrol Corvette") (Belarus)
    PKV/ПКВ — Patrúl'nyj Korvét Патрульний Корвет ("Patrol Corvette") (Ukraine)
    PKV/ПКВ — Patrwldik Korvet Патрульдік Корвет ("Patrol Corvette") (Kazakhstan)
    PKW — Patrul Korweti ("Patrol Corvette") (Turkmenistan)
    SV — Sap'at'rulo K'orvet'i საპატრულო კორვეტი ("Patrol Corvette") (Georgia)
    VP — Corvetă de Patrulă ("Patrol Corvette") (Moldova)


    Other ship prefixes
    EML — Eesti Mereväe Laev ("Estonian Navy Ship")
    KV — Korvetti ("Corvette") (Finnish Navy type prefix)
    LJK — Latvijas Jūras Karakuģis ("Latvian Navy Ship")
    LKL — Lietuvos Karinis Laivas ("Lithuanian Military Ship")
    SMS — Seiner Majestät Schiff ("His Majesty's Ship") (German Navy ship prefix pre-1918)
    TV — Torpedovene ("Torpedo Boat") (Finnish Navy type prefix) (discontinued)
    ZRZ — Zhōnghuá Rénmín Gònghéguó Zhànjiàn 中华人民共和国戰艦 ("Warship of the People's Republic of China")
    Note that the Russian Navy and many of its successor services do not use pennant superior letters. The People's Liberation Army-Navy follows this same practice.


    Pennant superior letters and Hull classifiction codes

    GK — Goei-kan 護衛艦 ("Guardian Ship") (Japanese Self-Defence Forces hull classification code)
    K — Korvett ("Corvette") (Estonian Navy pennant superior)
    K — Korvetti ("Corvette") (Finnish Navy pennant superior)
    KK — Kuchikukan 駆逐艦 ("Destroyer") (Japanese Self-Defence Forces hull classification code)
    V — Corvetă ("Corvette") (Moldavian Navy pennant superior)
    V — Korvete ("Corvette") (Latvian Navy pennant superior)
    V — Korvetė ("Corvette") (Lithuanian Navy pennant superior)
    V — K'orvet'i კორვეტი ("Corvette") (Georgian Navy pennant superior)


    Other short forms

    ÓKZ — Órden Krásnoe Známja ("Order of the Red Banner") (Soviet era unit/personal award for bravery in action or for very distinguished service) (Russian)
     
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    OblivionFan007 I trust you know where the happy button is?

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    ...it seems to have no end.
     
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    Pyeknu Cross-Dimensional Magical Sith GIrl

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    Not surprising. Russia was the second country after the United Kingdom to accept torpedo boat destroyers (eventually just destroyers) into their fleets.

    I might reconfigure the destroyer lists for the CIS into three parts; everything from ÈM Novík (pennant 415) onward could realistically be included in a list of interwar-to-Great Patriotic War DDs.
     
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    Pyeknu Cross-Dimensional Magical Sith GIrl

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    List is updated. The Noviks will appear on the next list.
     
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  19. Extras: Russia/Soviet Union: Civil War/Interwar Destroyers
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    And the Noviks are back on the list, along with everything up to the start of Operation: Barbarossa...

    KANTAI COLLECTION/AZUR LANE/WARSHIP GIRLS
    LIST OF RUSSIAN CIVIL WAR/INTERWAR DESTROYERS (COMMONWEALTH OF INDEPENDENT STATES)

    No./Ship Name — Human Name (Fate)

    NOVÍK-CLASS DESTROYER
    415 ÈM Novík ЭМ Новик — Nástja Dmítrievna Verderévskaja-Sverdlóva Настя Дмитриевна Вердеревская-Свердлова (Second of name, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, renamed ÈM Jákov Sverdlóv ЭМ Яков Свердлов [second of name] in 1924, was sunk by mine strike in 1941 north of Viinistu, Harju, Estonia; adopted by Russia, renamed ÈM Balakhnínskij ЭМ Балахнинский to prevent confusion with protected cruiser ZKR Novík [pennant 139] and for political considerations) *

    DÉRZKIJ-CLASS DESTROYER
    416 ÈM Bespokójnyj ЭМ Беспокойный — Bókhuslava Oleksándrivna Zarúdna Бохуслава Олександрівна Зарудна (Switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, captured by Germany the following year, renamed SMS R-01, surrendered to the Allies later that year, transferred to White Russian service, later interned by France at Binzart, Tunisia; restored to the Soviet Union in 1924, was scrapped in 1933; adopted by Ukraine, renamed ÈM Sturbóvanyj ЭМ Стурбований, given pennant 056) *
    417 ÈM Gnévnyj ЭМ Гневный — Hánna Vasýl'evna Cherkásova Ганна Василевна Черкасова (Switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, captured by Germany the following year, renamed SMS R-03, surrendered to the Allies later that year, transferred to White Russian service, later interned by France at Binzart, Tunisia; restored to the Soviet Union in 1924, was scrapped in 1933; adopted by Ukraine, renamed ÈM Rozhnívanyj ЭМ Розгніваний, given pennant 057) *
    418 ÈM Dérzkij ЭМ Дерзкий — Dárzhna Oleksándrivna Khádda Даржна Олександрівна Хадда (Switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, captured by Germany the following year, surrendered to the Allies later that year, transferred to White Russian service, later interned by France at Binzart, Tunisia; restored to the Soviet Union in 1924, was scrapped in 1933; adopted by Ukraine, renamed ÈM Nákhabiyj ЕМ Нахабний, given pennant 058) *
    419 ÈM Pronzítel'nyj ЭМ Пронзительный — Bohdána Volodymýrivna Bubnóva Богдана Володимирівна Бубнова (Second of name, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, was scuttled to prevent capture the following year near Novorossíjsk, Krasnodárskij Kraj; engineering equipment salvaged in 1939-41, remainder of the hull salvaged in 1965, was subsequently scrapped; adopted by the Ukraine, renamed ÈM Rézkyj ЭМ Резкий, given pennant 059) *


    SCHASTLÍVYJ-CLASS DESTROYER
    420 ÈM Schastlívyj ЭМ Счастливый — Symóna Fedórivna Klímova Симона Федорівна Клімова (Switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, captured by Germany the following year, renamed SMS R-01, surrendered to the Allies later in 1918, was wrecked by grounding the following year while under tow to Malta off Moúdros, Voreíou Aigaíou, Greece; adopted by Ukraine, renamed ÈM Spryjátlyvyj ЭМ Сприятливий, given pennant 060) *
    421 ÈM Býstryj ЭМ Быстрый — Jırgal Vasilkyzy Eroşenko-Frunze Жыргал Василкызы Ерошенко-Фрунзе/Zhyrhál' Vasylívna Jeroshénko-Frúnze Жиргаль Василівна Єрошенко-Фрунзе (Second of name, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, captured by Germany the following year, renamed SMS R-02, surrendered to the Allies later in 1918, was captured by the Soviet Union two years later, renamed ÈM Frúnze ЭМ Фрунзе in 1925, was sunk by air attack in 1941 south-southeast of Odésa, Odés'ka, Ukraine; adopted by Kyrgyzstan, renamed ÈM Orozo ЭМ Орозо with same pennant number) *
    422 ÈM Pýlkij ЭМ Пылкий — P'asian Gutan Փասիան Գուտան/Pasián Mykhájlivna Hutána Пасіан Михайлівна Гутана (Second of name, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, captured by Germany the following year, surrendered to the Allies later in 1918, transferred to White Russian service, later interned by France at Binzart, Tunisia; restored to the Soviet Union in 1924, was scrapped in 1933; adopted by Armenia, renamed JU Dandaṙ JU Դանդաղ with same pennant number) *
    423 ÈM Grómkij ЭМ Громкий — Khaljá Oléksivna Pchél'nikova Халила Олексівна Пчельнікова (Switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, was scuttled to prevent capture the following year near Novorossíjsk, Krasnodárskij Kraj; adopted by the Ukraine, renamed EM Húchnyj ЕМ Гучний, given pennant 061) *
    424 ÈM Pospéshnyj ЭМ Поспешный — Pávla Borísivna Zhervé Павла Борисівна Жерве (Switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, captured by Germany the following year, surrendered to the Allies later in 1918, transferred to White Russian service, later interned by France at Binzart, Tunisia; restored to the Soviet Union in 1924, was scrapped in 1933; adopted by Ukraine, renamed EM Kynúvsja ЕМ Кинувся, given pennant 062) *


    ORFÉJ-CLASS DESTROYER
    425 ÈM Pobedítel' ЭМ Победитель — Pelagéja Arkád'evna Kruchjónykha-Volodárskaja Пелагея Аркадьевна Кручёныха-Володарская (Switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, placed in reserve the following year, restored to active service in 1919, renamed ÈM Volodárskij ЭМ Володарский in 1922, was sunk by mine strike in 1941 near Mohni, Harju, Estonia; adopted by Russia under second name)
    426 ÈM Zabijáka ЭМ Забияка — Tsínochka Vitálijivna Fókina-Urýts'ka Ціночка Віталіївна Фокіна-Урицька (Switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, placed in reserve the following year, restored to active service in 1919, renamed ÈM Urítskij ЭМ Урицкий in 1922, renamed ÈM Réut ЭМ Реут in 1951, was subsequently used as nuclear target ship, was sunk as target in 1955 during underwater nuclear explosion Torpedo Test T-5 southeast of Belúsh'ja Gubá, Arkhángel'skaja Óblast'; adopted by Ukraine, renamed EM Cherkásy ЕМ Черкаси, given pennant 063) *
    427 ÈM Grom ЭМ Гром — Zul'fia Samonchuq Fedorovna/Zul'fijá Fjódorovna Sámochuk Зульфия Фёдоровнa Самончук (Was sunk by gunfire in 1917 during Operation: Albion by SMS Kaiser between Hiiumaa and Saaremaa Islands, Estonia; adopted by Uzbekistan, renamed EE Momaqaldiroq with same pennant number) *
    428 ÈM Orféj ЭМ Орфей — Ksénija Dmítrievna Golítsyna Ксения Дмитриевна Голицына (Switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, placed in reserve the following year, bow removed from hull in 1929 to repair damage to ÈM Volodárskij, remainder of hull scrapped two years later; adopted by Russia)
    429 ÈM Letún ЭМ Летун — Ljuóv' Vladimírovna Letúna Любовь Владимировна Летуна (Switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, placed in reserve the following year, was scrapped in 1927; adopted by Russia)
    430 ÈM Desná ЭМ Десна — Dorotéja Frídrikhovna Vasíl'eva-Èngél's Доротея Фридриховна Васильева-Энгельс (Resembles Warship Girls self, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, renamed ÈM Èngél's ЭМ Энгельс [effective second of name] in 1922, was sunk by mine strike in 1941 near Juminda, Harju, Estonia; adopted by Russia, reverted to original name due to political considerations) *
    431 ÈM Azárd ЭМ Азард — Artemída L'vóvna Sídorova-Zinób'eva Артемида Львовна Сидорова-Зиновьева (Resembles Warship Girls self, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, renamed ÈM Zinóv'ev ЭМ Зиновьев in 1922, renamed ÈM Artjóm ЭМ Артём in 1928, was sunk by mine strike in 1941 near Mohni, Harju, Estonia; adopted by Russia, adopted second name due to political considerations) *
    432 ÈM Samsón ЭМ Самсон — Vóĺha Vasíĺna Kupèvicha-Dzhuhashvíli Вольга Васільна Купрэвіча-Джугашвілі (Switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, renamed ÈM Stálin ЭМ Сталин in 1922, reverted to original name in 1946, decommissioned in 1951, re-designated PKZ-37 ПКЗ-37 as accommodation ship, was scrapped in 1956; adopted by Belarus, renamed ÈM Samsón ЭМ Самсон with same pennant number) *


    LEJTENÁNT IL'ÍN-CLASS DESTROYER
    433 ÈM Kapitán Izyl'mét'ev ЭМ Капитан Изыльметьев — Ivanna Dombrovska-Izilmetjeva-Uļjanova/Ivánna Alekséevna Dombróvskij-Izyl'mét'eva-Ul'jánova Иванна Алексеевна Домбровский-Изыльметьева-Ульянова (Switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, renamed ÈM Lénin ЭМ Ленин in 1922, was scuttled to prevent capture in 1941 at Liepāja, Latvia; wreck captured and salvaged by Germany, was sunk due to extreme damage outside Liepāja harbour, eventually salvaged in 1953 and was subsequently scrapped; adopted by Latvia, renamed LJK Ludzas with pennant E10) *
    434 ÈM Lejtenánt Il'ín ЭМ Лейтенант Ильин — Demétra Ivánovna Dmítrieva-Il'ína-Vójkova Деметра Ивановна Дмитриева-Ильина-Войкова (Resembles Victory Belles self, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution of 1917, renamed ÈM Garibál'di ЭМ Гарибальди in 1919, renamed ÈM Trótskij ЭМ Троцкий in 1921, renamed ÈM Vójkov ЭМ Войков in 1928, awarded ÓKZ in 1945 for participation in the Sèjsínskij Operation during the Soviet intervention in the Pacific Theatre of World War Two, decommissioned in 1949, reassigned as training ship at Vladivostók, Primórskij Kraj; re-designated as accommodation ship in 1953 and re-designated PKZ-52 ПКЗ-52, was scrapped in 1956; adopted by Russia, renamed ÈM Ves'egónskij ЭМ Весьегонский with same pennant number for political considerations) *
    435 ÈM Kapitán Bélli ЭМ Капитан Белли — Hennádija Volodýmyrivna Bélli-Líbkhekht Геннадія Володимирівна Беллі-Лібкнехт (Construction suspended after launch in 1915, ship placed in mothballs, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution two years later, renamed ÈM Karl Líbknekht ЭМ Карл Либкнехт [second of name] in 1926, completed and commissioned two years later, decommissioned in 1953, was used as target ship two years later during underwater nuclear explosion Torpedo Test T-5 southeast of Belúsh'ja Gubá, Arkhángel'skaja Óblast'; sustained slight damage, subsequently used as floating dock at Belúsh'ja Gubá, final fate unknown; adopted by Ukraine, renamed EM Zmijínyj ЕМ Зміїний, given pennant 064) *
    436 ÈM Kapitán Kern ЭМ Капитан Керн — Gavriíla Sergéevna Rýkova-Kújbysheva Гавриила Сергеевна Рыкова-Куйбышева (Construction suspended after launch in 1915, ship placed in mothballs, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution two years later, renamed ÈM Rýkov ЭМ Рыков in 1925, completed and commissioned two years later, renamed ÈM Valerián Kújbyshev ЭМ Валериан Куйбышев in 1937, awarded ÓKZ in 1943 thanks to her convoy escort work, decommissioned in 1953, was used as target ship two years later during underwater nuclear explosion Torpedo Test T-5 southeast of Belúsh'ja Gubá, Arkhángel'skaja Óblast'; was scrapped in 1958; adopted by Russia, renamed ÈM Kótlin ЭМ Котлин with same pennant number due to political considerations) *
    437 ÈM Kapitán Kíngsbergen ЭМ Капитан Кингсберген — Nina Manuela Raskolnikov y Villar Olivera/Nína Fjódorovna Raskól'nikova-Víl'jar-Olivéra Нина Фёдоровнa Рaскольниковa-Вильяр-Оливера (Renamed ÈM Kapitán 1-go ránga Miklúkho-Makláj ЭМ Капитан 1-го ранга Миклухо-Маклай in 1914, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution in 1917, renamed ÈM Sparták ЭМ Спартак the following year, transferred to Estonia in 1919, renamed EML Vambola; decommissioned in 1933 on transfer to Peru, renamed BAP Almirante Villar, decommissioned the second time in 1954, was scrapped that year; adopted by Estonia under local name with pennant H1, also given Peruvian Navy hull number DD-07 for administrative purposes) *
    438 ÈM Lejtenánt Dubásov ЭМ Лейтенант Дубасов — Serafíma Fjódorovna Dubásova Серафима Фёдоровнa Дубасова (Cancelled after launching 1916, was scrapped in 1924; adopted by Russia, renamed ÈM Ingermandándskaja ЭМ Ингерманландская) *
    439 ÈM Kapitán Kónon Zótov ЭМ Капитан Конон Зотов — Devóra Kónonovna Zótova Девора Кононовна Зотова (Cancelled after launching in 1916, was scrapped in 1923; adopted by Russia, renamed ÈM Beskúdnikovskij ЭМ Бескудниковский) *
    440 ÈM Kapitán Króun ЭМ Капитан Кроун — Miléna Románovna Króun Милена Романовна Кроун (Cancelled after launching in 1916, was scrapped in 1923; adopted by Russia, renamed ÈM Petrodvortsóvyj ЭМ Петродворцовый) *


    GAVRIÍL-CLASS DESTROYER
    441 ÈM Gavriíl ЭМ Гавриил — Gavriila Šiško/Gavriíla Pávlovna Shishkó Гавриила Павловна Шишко (Switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution in 1917, was sunk by mine strike two years later northwest of Sísto-Pálkino, Leningrádskaja Óblast'; adopted by Estonia, renamed EML Unnepeve with pennant H3) *
    442 ÈM Konstantín ЭМ Константин — Konstantina Valeria/Konstantína Fláviovna Valéria Константина Флавиовна Валериа (Switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution in 1917, was sunk by mine strike two years later northwest of Sísto-Pálkino, Leningrádskaja Óblast'; adopted by Estonia, renamed EML Vyachko with pennant H4) *
    443 ÈM Vladímir ЭМ Владимир — Vladimira Shchastny/Vladimíra Alekséevna Schátnyj Владимира Алексеевна Щастный (Renamed ÈM Svobóda ЭМ Свобода in 1917, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution later that year, was sunk by mine strike in 1919 northwest of Sísto-Pálkino, Leningrádskaja Óblast'; adopted by Estonia, renamed EML Lembitu with pennant H5) *
    444 ÈM Mikhaíl ЭМ Михаил — Margarete Edenema von Bellingshausen/Margaríta Faddéevna Bellinsgáuzen Маргарита Фаддеевна Беллинсгаузен (Cancelled after launch in 1916, was scrapped in 1923; adopted by Estonia, renamed EML Kaupo with pennant H6) *
    445 ÈM Sókol ЭМ Сокол — Sandra Johanna Pitka/Aleksándra Jókhanovna Pítka Александра Йохановна Питка (Second of name, cancelled after launch in 1916, was scrapped in 1923; adopted by Estonia, renamed EML Vootele with pennant H7) *
    446 ÈM Lejtenánt Lómbard ЭМ Лейтенант Ломбард — Meeri Janna Usin-Lombard/Maríam Jáanovna Úsina-Lómbard Мариам Яановна Усина-Ломбард (Renamed ÈM Mechesláv ЭМ Мечеслав before launch in 1915, cancelled after launching two years later, was scrapped in 1924; adopted by Estonia, renamed EML Manivald with pennant H8) *


    ISJASLÁV-CLASS DESTROYER
    447 ÈM Grómonosets ЭМ Громоносец — Eliisabet Ettu Isakov-Kreutzwald/Elizabéta Ivánovna Isákova-Kréjtsval'd Елизавета Ивановна Исакова-Крейцвальд (Renamed ÈM Izjasláv ЭМ Изяслав after launching in 1915, switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution in 1917, placed in reserve the following year, restored to service in 1919, renamed ÈM Karl Marks ЭМ Карл Маркс [second of name] in 1922, damaged beyond economical repair by air strike in 1941 near Loksa, Harju, Estonia; was scuttled to prevent capture, was scrapped on site in 1963; adopted by Estonia, renamed EML Kreutzwald with pennant H9) *
    448 ÈM Avtróil ЭМ Автроил — Liisa Mihkela Aleambapov y Guise/Líza Mikhájlovna Aléambapova-Gísse Лиза Михайловна Алеамбарова-Гиссе (Switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution in 1917, transferred to Estonia two years later, renamed EML Lennuk; decommissioned in 1933 on transfer to Peru, renamed BAP Almirante Guise; decommissioned the second time in 1947, was scrapped two years later; adopted by Estonia under local name with pennant H2, also given Peruvian Navy hull number DD-06 for administrative purposes) *
    449 ÈM Prjámislav ЭМ Прямислав — Paulina Ulli Rall-Faehlmann/Polína Júr'evna Rall'-Fél'man Полина Юрьевна Ралль-Фельман (Switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution in 1917 while incomplete, work resumed in 1923, renamed ÈM Kalínin ЭМ Калинин in 1925, completed and was commissioned two years later, was sunk by mine strike in 1941 near Mohni, Harju, Estonia; adopted by Estonia, renamed EML Faehlmann with pennant H10) *
    450 ÈM Brjachisláv ЭМ Брячислав — Betti Kristina Peterson/Elizabéta Kríst'janovna Péterson Елизавета Кристьяновна Петерсон (Cancelled after launching in 1915, was scrapped in 1923; adopted by Estonia, renamed EML Peterson with pennant H11) *
    451 ÈM Fjódor Stratilát ЭМ Фёдор Стратилат — Janni Arnth Hurt/Jánni Jákovlevna Khurt Янни Яковлевна Хурт (Cancelled after launching in 1917, was scrapped in 1924; adopted by Estonia, renamed EML Hurt with pennant H12) *


    FIDONÍSI-CLASS DESTROYER
    452 ÈM Fidonísi ЭМ Фидониси — Jásia Adámivna Mitskévich Ясіа Адамівна Міцкевич (Switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution in 1917, was scuttled to prevent capture two years later near Novorossíjsk, Krasnodárskij Kraj; was partially salvaged by 1964; adopted by Ukraine, renamed EM Bíle ЕМ Біле, given pennant 065) *
    453 ÈM Kerch' ЭМ Керчь — Khristjána Volodýmirivna Kúkel'a-Kraévskyj Христяна Володимірівна Кукель-Краевский (Switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution in 1917, was scuttled by her crew to prevent capture the following year near Novorossíjsk, Krasnodárskij Kraj; was partially salvaged in 1932, remainder of wreck in place; adopted by Ukraine, renamed EM Mariúpol' ЕМ Маріуполь with pennant 066) *
    454 ÈM Gadzhibéj ЭМ Гаджибей — Tétjana Hénnadijivna Púshnova Тетяна Геннадіївна Пушнова (Switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution in 1917, was scuttled by her crew to prevent capture the following year near Novorossíjsk, Krasnodárskij Kraj; was salvaged in 1928, engineering equipment used to replace those of ÈM Petróvskij, remainder of ship was subsequently scrapped; adopted by the Ukraine, renamed EM Jéni-Dún'ja ЕМ Єні-Дунья with pennant 067) *
    455 ÈM Káliakrija ЭМ Калиакрия — Kalýna Jevhénivna Hernéty Калина Євгенівна Гернети (Switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution in 1917, was scuttled by her crew to prevent capture the following year near Novorossíjsk, Krasnodárskij Kraj; was salvaged in 1925, renamed ÈM Dzerzhínskij ЭМ Дзержинский the following year, was sunk by mine strike in 1942 southeast of Výlkove, Odés'ka, Ukraine; adopted by Ukraine, renamed EM Holodomór ЕМ Голодомор with pennant 068) *
    456 ÈM Tsérigo ЭМ Цериго — Tsetsílija Dmytrívna Vyshnevéts'kyj Цецілія Дмитрівна Вишневецький (Remained under White Russian control after the October Revolution in 1917, towed incomplete to Binzart, Tunisia; interned by France until 1924 when restored to the Soviet Union, was scrapped that year; adopted by Ukraine, renamed EM Kryvýj Rih ЕМ Кривий Ріг with pennant 069) *
    457 ÈM Zánte ЭМ Занте — Zhózefina Illívna Kovtunóvycha Жозефіна Іллівна Ковтунович (Remained under White Russian control after the October Revolution in 1917, was wrecked in storm in 1920 near Odésa, Odés'ka, Ukraine; subsequently salvaged by the Soviet Union, renamed ÈM Nezamózhnyj ЭМ Незаможный in 1923, completed and commissioned later that year, name slightly altered to ÈM Nezamózhnik ЭМ Незаможник in 1926, awarded ÓKZ in 1945 for actions done during the Crimean Offensive in the Great Patriotic War, decommissioned in 1949, was re-designated as target ship, sunk as target sometime in the 1950s off the coast of Krym; adopted by the Ukraine, renamed EM Vertécha ЕМ Вертеча with pennant 070) *
    458 ÈM Kórfu ЭМ Корфу — Khristina Lvovna Vladimirski-Zheleznyakova Христина Лвовна Владимирски-Железнякова/Khrystýna L'vóvna Vladýmyrs'kyj-Zaliznjakíva Христина Львовна Владимирський-Залізняківа (Switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution in 1917 while under construction, captured by Germany the following year, then transferred to Ukraine, renamed ÈM Iván Vygóvskij ЭМ Иван Выговский in 1919, captured by the Soviet Union while still incomplete in 1922, renamed ÈM Petróvskij ЭМ Петровский in 1925, completed and was commissioned later that year, renamed ÈM Zheleznjakóv ЭМ Железняков in 1939, awarded ÓKZ in 1945 for actions done during the Crimean Offensive in the Great Patriotic War, decommissioned two years later on transfer to Bulgaria, renamed KNRB Zheleznyakov КНРБ Железняков; decommissioned the second time in 1949 and restored to the Soviet Union, restored to post-1939 name; decommissioned for the final time in 1953, re-designated as accommodation ship PKZ-62 ПКЗ-62, was scrapped in 1957; adopted by Bulgaria, renamed KRB Velyko Tyrnovo КРБ Велико Търново with pennant R1/Р1) *
    459 ÈM Levkás ЭМ Левкас — Ljudmýla Jevhéniva Zhúkova Людмила Євгенівна Жукова (Switched to the Bolshevik side after the October Revolution in 1917 while under construction, captured by Germany the following year, then transferred to Ukraine, renamed ÈM Iván Sirkó ЭМ Иван Сирко in 1919, captured by the Soviet Union while still incomplete in 1922, renamed ÈM Shaumján ЭМ Шаумян in 1925, completed and was commissioned later that year, damaged beyond economical repair by grounding in 1942 south of Vinogradár', Krasnodárskij Kraj; was later wrecked by storms, subsequently was mostly salvaged after the Great Patriotic War; adopted by Ukraine, renamed EM L'viv ЕМ Львів with pennant 071) *


    GÓGLAND-CLASS DESTROYER
    460 ÈM Gógland ЭМ Гогланд — Karīna Kurzemes Ketlers/Karína Gótkhardovna Kétlers Карина Готхардовна Кетлерс (Cancelled before launching in 1917, was scrapped on slip; adopted by Latvia, renamed LJK Ketlers with pennant E11) *
    461 ÈM Gréngamn ЭМ Гренгамн
    — Žanna Zemgales Ketlers-Bīrons/Zhánna Frídrikhovna Kétlers-Birón Жанна Фридриховна Кетлерс-Бирон (Cancelled before launching in 1917, was scrapped on slip; adopted by Latvia, renamed LJK Bīrons with pennant E12) *
    462 ÈM Kul'm ЭМ Кульм — Melānija Monomakhovičs/Melánija Shvárnovna Monomákhovicha Мелания Шварновна Мономаховича (Cancelled before launching in 1917, was scrapped on slip; adopted by Lithuania, renamed LKL Monomakhovičs with pennant E10) *
    463 ÈM Pátras ЭМ Патрас — Rožė Gediminaičiai/Róza Gedimínovna Gedimínas Роза Гедиминовна Гедиминас (Cancelled before launching in 1917, was scrapped on slip; adopted by Lithuania, renamed LKL Gediminas with pennant E11) *
    464 ÈM Rýmnik ЭМ Рымник — Jūratė Jogailaičių/Júrate Jagájlovna Jagellóntskaja Юрате Ягайловна Ягеллонцкая (Cancelled before construction in 1915; adopted by Lithuania, renamed LKL Jogailaičių with pennant E12) *
    465 ÈM Smolénsk ЭМ Смоленск — Pihla Josefiina Hägglund/Píkhla Jókhanovna Khègglúnd Пихла Йохановна Хэгглунд (Cancelled before construction in 1915; adopted by Finland, renamed HT Pohjanmaa with pennant H1) *
    466 ÈM Stirsúdden ЭМ Стирсудден — Kyllikki Jasmin Heiskanen/Kýlliki Jukhóvna Khéjskanen Кыллики Юховна Хейсканен (Cancelled before construction in 1915; adopted by Finland, renamed HT Kainuu with pennant H2) *
    467 ÈM Tenedós ЭМ Тенедос — Linnea Vilhelmiina Tuompo/Línneja Víl'ovna Tuómpo Линнея Вильовна Туомпо (Cancelled before construction in 1915; adopted by Finland, renamed HT Lappi with pennant H3) *
    468 ÈM Khíos ЭМ Хиос — Aslög Hjördis Österman/Aslóg Kh'júgovna Èstermán Аслог Хьюговна Эстерман (Cancelled before construction in 1915; adopted by Finland, renamed HT Åland with pennant H4) *


    TENEDÓS-CLASS DESTROYER
    467 ÈM Tenedós ЭМ Тенедос — Aksiniya Asparukhovna Dulo Аксиния Аспаруховна Дуло/Aksínija Asparúkhivna Dúlo Аксінія Аспарухівна Дуло (Second of name, cancelled before launching in 1917, subsequently scrapped on slip; adopted by Bulgaria, renamed KRB Asparukh КРБ Аспарух with pennant R3/Р3) *
    468 ÈM Khíos ЭМ Хиос — Viorela Drăgoșești/Vioréla Dráhoshivna Drahoshóvychi Віорела Драгошівна Драгошовичі (Second of name, cancelled before launching in 1917, subsequently scrapped on slip; adopted by Romania, renamed NR Drăgoșești with pennant D8) *
    469 ÈM Ródos ЭМ Родос — Katina Kormisoshovna Vokil Катина Кормисош Вокил/Katýna Kormísoshivna Vokíl Катина Кормісошівна Вокіл (Cancelled before launching in 1917, subsequently scrapped on slip; adopted by Bulgaria, renamed KRB Kormisosh КРБ Кормисош with pennant R4/Р4) *
    470 ÈM Sámos ЭМ Самос — Paula Basarabii/Páula Basarábivna Bessarábija Паула Басарабівна Бессарабія (Cancelled before launching in 1917, subsequently scrapped on slip; adopted by Romania, renamed NR Basarabii with pennant D9) *
    471 (no name) — Raĭna Romanovna Krumova Райна Романовна Крумова/Rajína Románivna Krúmova Раїна Романівна Крумова (Cancelled before construction in 1917, never named; adopted by Bulgaria, renamed KRB Roman КРБ Роман with pennant R5/Р5) *
    472 (no name) — Heléna Almașanu/Kheléna Héluivna Almáshanu Хелена Гелуівна Алмашану (Cancelled before construction in 1917, never named; adopted by Romania, renamed NR Gelu with pennant D10) *
    473 (no name) — Snezhanka Samuilovna Komitopuli Снежанка Самуиловна Комитопули/Snizhána Samujílivna Komitópuli Сніжана Самуїлівна Комітопулі (Cancelled before construction in 1917, never named; adopted by Bulgaria, renamed KRB Samuil КРБ Самуил with pennant R6/Р6) *
    474 (no name) — Steliana Mușatinii/Stéliana Stefánivna Musháti Стеліана Стефанівна Мушати (Cancelled before construction in 1917, never named; adopted by Romania, renamed NR Ștefan cel Mare with pennant D11) *
    475 (no name) — Elena Ivanovna Asenevtsi Елена Ивановна Асеневци/Khélen Ivánivna Asenjévtsi Хелен Іванivna Асенєвці (Cancelled before construction in 1917, never named; adopted by Bulgaria, renamed KRB Ivan Asen КРБ Иван Асен with pennant R7/Р7) *
    476 (no name) — Cosmina Drăculești/Kósmina Vládivna Drákuleshty Косміна Владівна Дракулешти (Cancelled before construction in 1917, never named; adopted by Romania, renamed NR Drăculești with pennant D12) *
    477 (no name) — Krasimira Kaloyanovna Asenevtsi Красимира Калояновна Асеневци/Krasýmira Kalójanivna Asenjévtsi Красиміра Калоянівна Асенєвці (Cancelled before construction in 1917, never named; adopted by Bulgaria, renamed KRB Kaloyan КРБ Калоян with pennant R8/Р8) *
    478 (no name) — Szandra Báthory/Sándra Stefánivna Bátorij Сандра Стефанівна Баторій (Cancelled before construction in 1917, never named; adopted by Romania, renamed NR Báthory with pennant D13) *


    LENINGRÁD-CLASS DESTROYER LEADER (Project 1)
    479 LÈM Leningrád ЛЭМ Ленинград — Larísa Vladímirovna Lezháva Лариса Владимировна Лежава (Resembles fan art done of her by Ryan Greythorn on Pixiv, ID #66178106, damaged beyond economical repair by missile strike as target ship in 1963, sank near the Solovétskie Ostrová, Arkhángel'skaja Óblast'; adopted by Russia, renamed LÈM Sankt-Peterbúrg ЛЭМ Санкт-Петербург with same pennant number due to renaming of namesake city) *
    480 LÈM Moskvá ЛЭМ Москва — Melánija Gavrílovna Konoválova Мелания Гавриловна Коновалова (Resembles Victory Belles self, was sunk by mine strike in 1941 during the Raid on Constanța off said city in Romania; adopted by Russia)
    481 LÈM Khár'kov ЛЭМ Харьков — Kýra Symónivna Petljúra-Zhúkova Кира Симонівна Петлюра-Жукова (Was sunk by air strike in 1943 by Luftwaffe dive bombers near Alúshta, Krym; adopted by Ukraine, renamed LEM Khárkiv ЛЕМ Харків, given pennant 072) *


    GNÉVNYJ-CLASS DESTROYER (Project 7)
    482 ÈM Ljógkij ЭМ Лёгкий — Shirin Üzeyir qızı Hacıbäyli/Shirín Úzeirovna Gadzhibéjli Ширин Узеировна Гаджибейли (Second of name, cancelled before construction in 1937; adopted by Azerbaijan, renamed EMG İşıq with same pennant number) *
    483 ÈM Búrnyj ЭМ Бурный — Dinara Ibrahïmqyzy Qūnanbayūly Динара Ибраһимқызы Құнанбайұлы/Dínara Ibragímovna Kunanbáevich Динара Ибрагимовна Кунанбаевич (Third of name, cancelled before construction in 1937; adopted by Kazakhstan, renamed EE Dauyldy ЭЭ Дауылды with same pennant number) *
    484 ÈM Boevój ЭМ Боевой — Myrza Izakkyzy Sadykova Мырза Исаккызы Садыкова/Mýrza Isaákivna Sadýkova Мирза Ісааківна Садикова (Third of name, cancelled before construction in 1937; adopted by Kyrgyzstan, renamed ÈM Sóguş ЭМ Согуш with same pennant number) *
    485 ÈM Gróznyj ЭМ Грозный — Vasilísa Dmítrievna Nagórnaja Василиса Дмитриевна Нагорная (Resembles Azur Lane self, awarded ÓKZ in 1945, used as nuclear target ship in Test 48 in 1957 in the Búkhta Gubý Chjórnyj, Arkhángel'skaja Óblast'; survived said test, was scrapped in 1960; adopted by Russia)
    486 ÈM Grómkij ЭМ Громкий — Dóminika Nikoláevna Koroljóva Доминика Николаевна Королёва (Resembles Azur Lane self, awarded ÓKZ in 1945, was sunk as target ship in Test 48 in 1957 in the Búkhta Gubý Chjórnyj, Arkhángel'skaja Óblast'; adopted by Russia)
    488 ÈM Gremjáschij ЭМ Гремящий — Dína Antónovna Gúpina Дина Антоновна Гурин (Resembles fan art done of her by Ryan Greythorn on Pixiv, ID #63360413, declared Guards ship in 1943, was sunk as target ship in Test 48 in 1957 in the Búkhta Gubý Chjórnyj, Arkhángel'skaja Óblast'; adopted by Russia, awarded honorific title KhRF)
    489 ÈM Stremítel'nyj ЭМ Стремительный — Ul'jána Borísovna Nikoláeva Ульяна Борисовна Николaевa (Resembles Azur Lane self, second of name, was sunk by air strike in 1941 by Luftwaffe bombers at Poljárnyj, Múrmanskaja Óblast'; partially salvaged the following year to repair sistership ÈM Razúmnyj [now EE Esasly]; adopted by Russia)
    490 ÈM Sokrushítel'nyj ЭМ Сокрушительный — Sofíja Grigór'evna Lékareva София Григорьевна Лекарева (Resembles Azur Lane version of Dína Gúpina, was sunk in storm in 1942 while escorting convoy QP-15 somewhere in the Norwegian Sea; adopted by Russia)
    491 ÈM Gnévnyj ЭМ Гневный — Diána Arkádievna Andréeva Диана Аркадиевна Андреева (Damaged beyond economical repair by mine strike in 1941 northwest of Tahkuna, Hiiu, Estonia; subsequently sunk by air strike by Luftwaffe bombers; adopted by Russia)
    492 ÈM Grozjáschij ЭМ Грозящий — Vládlena Vlásiovna Nikíforova Владлена Власиовна Никифорова (Decommissioned in 1958, reclassified as target ship two years later, was subsequently scrapped; adopted by Russia)


    493 ÈM Górdyj ЭМ Гордый — Dár'ja Evgén'evna Eféta Дарья Евгеньевна Ефета (Was sunk by mine strike in 1941 northwest of Virve, Harju, Estonia; adopted by Russia)
    494 ÈM Steregúschij ЭМ Стерегущий — Tamára Aleksándrovna Chernyshjóva Тамара Александровна Чернышёва (Third of name, was sunk by air attack in 1941 by Luftwaffe bombers off Sankt-Peterbúrg; salvaged in 1944 and fully repaired by 1948, decommissioned in 1958, was scrapped the following year; adopted by Russia)
    495 ÈM Smetlívyj ЭМ Сметливый — Rozalíja Bronislávovna Gavrílova Розалия Брониславовна Гаврилова (Second of name, was sunk by mine strike in 1941 northwest of Naissar, Harju, Estonia; adopted by Russia)
    496 ÈM Bódryj ЭМ Бодрый — Bóhdana Mýtynivna Mykhajlóvycha Богдана Митинівна Михайловича (Second of name, re-designated TsL-3 ЦЛ-3 as target ship in 1956, re-designated UTS-8 УТС-8 as training ship two years later, restored as target ship in 1962, ultimately grounded off the Téndrivs'ka Kosá, Khersóns'ka Óblast', Ukraine; adopted by the Ukraine, renamed EM Bad'óryj ЕМ Бадьорий with pennant 073) *
    497 ÈM Býstryj ЭМ Быстрый — Stefánija Vasílivna Jákovljeva Стефанія Василівна Яковлєва (Third of name, was sunk by mine strike in 1941 near Sevastópol', subsequently salvaged later that year; was then sunk by air strike in 1941 by Luftwaffe bombers at Sevastópol', bow eventually salvaged to repair ÈM Besposchádnyj (now EM Neschádnyj); adopted by the Ukraine, renamed EM Shvýdkyj ЕМ Швидкий with pennant 074) *
    498 ÈM Bójkij ЭМ Бойкий — Jehénija Ermólaevna Kashevárova Євгенія Ермолаевна Кашеварова (Second of name, awarded ÓKZ in 1943, re-designated OS-18 ОС-18 as target ship in 1956, was sunk as target in 1962 off the Téndrivs'ka Kosá, Khersóns'ka Óblast', Ukraine; adopted by the Ukraine, renamed EM Zhvávyj ЕМ Жвавий with pennant 075) *
    499 ÈM Besposchádnyj ЭМ Беспощадный — Bóhuslava Pétrevna Metál'nykova Богуслава Петревна Метальникова (Second of name, awarded ÓKZ in 1942, was sunk by air strike the following year by Luftwaffe dive bombers near Alúshta, Krym; adopted by the Ukraine, renamed EM Neschádnyj ЕМ Нещадний with pennant 076) *
    500 ÈM Bezupréchnyj ЭМ Безупречный — Veroníka Mikhájlovna Greshílova Вероника Михайловна Грешилова (Second of name, was sunk by air strike in 1942 by Luftwaffe dive bombers near Sevastópol'; adopted by Russia)
    501 ÈM Bdítel'nyj ЭМ БдительныйOdárka Jevhénivna Kóslova Одарка Євгенівна Козлов (Third of name, was sunk by air strike in 1942 by Luftwaffe dive bombers near Novorossíjsk, Krasnodárskij Kraj; wreck salvaged and was scrapped by 1952; adopted by the Ukraine, renamed EM Pýl'nyj ЕМ Пильний with pennant 077) *
    502 ÈM Rézvyj ЭМ Резвый — Nína Balódshyna Kaval'chúk Ніна Vалодшаына Кавальчук (Second of name, decommissioned in 1958, was scrapped that year; adopted by Belarus, renamed ÈM Zhvávy ÈМ Жвавы with same pennant number) *


    503 ÈM Rastorópnyj ЭМ Расторопный — Floriana Bogdan-Mușat/Floriána Románivna Bohdán-Mushát Флоріана Романівна Богдан-Мушат (Third of name, re-designated SDK-12 СДК-12 as search and rescue ship in 1956, re-designated TsL-1 ЦЛ-1 as target ship 1963, was scrapped two years later; adopted by Moldova, renamed DT Rapidă with pennant D2) *
    504 ÈM Razjáschij ЭМ Разящий — Darejan Dadeshkeliani დარეჯან დადეშქელიანი/Darédzhan Kostjantýnivna Dadeshléliani Дареджан Костянтинівна Дадешкеліані (Third of name, re-designated TsL-39 ЦЛ-39 as target ship in 1958, was sunk as target in 1961; adopted by Georgia, renamed EE Ch'k'ua EE ჭკუა wit pennant E2) *
    505 ÈM R'jányj ЭМ Рьяный — Perchuhi Bogosyan Պերճուհի Բոգոսյան/Perchúkhi Érikivna Bohosján Перчухі Еріківна Богосян (Re-designated TsL-33 ЦЛ-33 as target ship in 1958, was sunk as target in 1961; adopted by Armenia, renamed JU Nakhandzakhndir JU Նախանձախնդիր with same pennant number) *
    506 ÈM Rézkij ЭМ Резкий — Zhāng Héfēn 张 荷芬/Khéfen' Jánshyivna Chzhan Хефень Яншиівна Чжан (Resembles Azur Lane self, decommissioned in 1955 on transfer to mainland China, renamed ZRZ Fǔshùn ZRZ 抚顺 with pennant 102; decommissioned the second time in the late 1980s, was scrapped in 1989; adopted by China under local name) *
    507 ÈM Retívyj ЭМ Ретивый — Gāo Jiālán 高 佳兰/Tszjálan' Juán'janivna Gáo Цзялань Юаньянівна Ґао (Resembles Azur Lane self, second of name, decommissioned in 1955 on transfer to mainland China, renamed ZRZ Tàiyuán ZRZ太原 with pennant 104; decommissioned the second time in 1991, preserved as stationary training ship at Dàlián, Liáoníng; adopted by China under local name) *
    508 ÈM Reshítel'nvj ЭМ Решительнвй — Pétja Sergéevna Gorshkóva Петя Сергеевна Горшкова (Was lost incomplete in storm in 1938 while being towed from Sovétskaja Gávan', Khabárovskij Kraj to Vladivostók, Primórskij Kraj for fitting out; adopted by Russia) *
    509 ÈM Pospéshnyj ЭМ Поспешный — Lǐ Ānguì 李 安桂/Án'guj Sháokhaoivna Li Аньґуй Шаохаоівна Лі (Resembles Azur Lane self, renamed ÈM Reshítel'nvj ЭМ Решительнвй [second of name] before commissioning, decommissioned in 1955 on transfer to mainland China, renamed ZRZ Zhǎngchūn ZRZ 长春 with pennant 103; decommissioned the second time in 1990, preserved as museum since then at Rǔshān, Wēihǎi, Shāndōng)
    510 ÈM Révnostnyj ЭМ Ревностный — Gülnarä Aslanqizi Hüseynova/Hul'nára Aslánivna Huséjnova Гульнара Асланівна Гусейнова (Re-designated TsL-37 ЦЛ-37 as target ship in 1958, re-designated UTS-88 УТС-78 as training ship the following year, was scrapped in 1962; adopted by Azerbaijan, renamed EMG Qeyrätlidir with same pennant number) *
    511 Peredovój Передовой — Gülmira Muhammedqyzy Borjigin Гүлмира Мұхаммедқызы Боржигин/Hul'míra Múkhamedivna Borzhýhin Гульміра Мухамедівна Боржигін (Renamed Razvitój Развитой before launching in 1941, renamed ÈM Razjjarjónnyj ЭМ Разъяренный before commissioning later that year, re-designated OS-4 ОС-4 as test ship in 1956, was sunk in Test 48 the following year in the Búkhta Gubý Chjórnyj, Arkhángel'skaja Óblast'; adopted by Kazakhstan, renamed EE Aşwlanşaq ЭЭ Ашуланшақ with same pennant number) *
    512 ÈM Rekórdnyj ЭМ Рекордный — Zhōu Hǎijú 周 海菊/Khajjú Pinvánivna Chzhóu Хайю Пінванівна Чжоу (Resembles Azur Lane self, decommissioned in 1955 on transfer to mainland China, renamed ZRZ Ānshān ZRZ 鞍山 with pennant 101; decommissioned the second time in 1986, preserved as museum since 1992 at Qīngdǎo, Shāndōng)
    513 Pýlkij Пылкий — Jyrgal Ruslankyzy Tynaj Жыргал Русланкызы Тынай/Zhyrhál Ruslánivna Tynája Жиргал Русланівна Тиная (Resembles Warship Girls version of Lǐ Ānguì, second of name, renamed ÈM Rédkij ЭМ Редкий prior to completion in 1942, re-designated TsL-38 ЦЛ-38 as target ship in 1958, was scrapped in 1962; adopted by Kyrgyzstan, renamed ÈM Jánuu ЭМ Жануу with same pennant number) *
    514 Próchnyj Прочный — Nyazik Pyragy/Njazík Makhtumkúlivna Piráhy Нязик Махтимкулівна Піраги (Second of name, resembles Azur Lane version of Dína Antónovna Gúpina, renamed EM Razúmnyj ЭМ Разумный prior to launch in 1939, damaged by air strike in 1942 while in drydock, repaired with parts from sunken sister ÈM Stremítel'nyj, decommissioned in 1960, assigned as accommodation ship, was scrapped in 1963; adopted by Turkmenistan, renamed EE Esasly with same pennant number) *
    515 Pronzítel'nyj Пронзительный — Furūġzamoni Ḩoçieva Фурӯғзамони Ҳоҷиева/Furúkhzamony Ihojátivna Khodzhíjevoji Фурухзамони Іноятівна Ходжієвої (Third of name, cancelled before construction in 1937; adopted by Tajikistan, renamed ÈD Pirsing ÈД Пирсинг with same pennant number) *
    516 Porazhájuschij Поражающий — Firūza Mulloçonova Фирӯза Муллоҷонова/Firúzja Sájfullivna Mullodzhánova Фіруза Сайфуллівна Муллоджанова (Second of name, cancelled before construction in 1937; adopted by Tajikistan, renamed ÈD Korpartoj ÈД Корпартой with same pennant number) *
    517 Lóvkij Ловкий — Feruza Xudoyberdiyeva Boyovutovna/Ferúza Bojovútivna Khudojbérdjeva Феруза Бойовутівна Худойбердієва (Cancelled before construction in 1937; adopted by Uzbekistan, renamed EE Farg'ona with same pennant number) *


    IMPROVED LENINGRÁD-CLASS DESTROYER LEADER (Project 38)
    518 LÈM Minsk ЛЭМ Минск — Nadzéja Leanídovna Mál'tsaŭ-Vólkova Надзея Леанідаўна Малцаў-Вулкава (Resembles fan art done of her by Ryan Greythorn on Pixiv, ID #94337065, was sunk by air attack in 1941 by Luftwaffe bombers near Kronshtádt, Leningrádskaja; was subsequently salvaged and repaired by 1944, restored to service, assigned as training ship in 1951, renamed US Chorókh УС Чорох in 1954, decommissioned in 1958, was sunk as target later that year near Mályj Tjúters, Leningrádskaja; adopted by Belarus, renamed LÈM Minsk LЭM Мінск with same pennant number) *
    519 LÈM Bakú ЛЭМ Баку — Zahra Telmanqizi Häsänova-Balyaeva/Zákhra Tel'mánivna Khjásjanova-Baljájeva Захра Тельманівна Хясянова-Баляєва (Awarded ÓKZ in 1945, reassigned as experimental ship in 1956, reassigned as target ship two years later, reassigned as accommodation ship in 1959, decommissioned in 1963, was scrapped the following year; adopted by Azerbaijan, renamed EMGR Bakı with same pennant number) *
    520 LÈM Tbilísi ЛЭМ Тбилиси — Tamara Bolkvadze-Jumushevi თამარა ბოლქვაძე-ჯუმუშევი/Tamára Ivánivna Bolkvádze-Jumáshev Тамара Іванівна Болквадзе-Юмашев (Reassigned as target ship in 1958, decommissioned in 1964, was scrapped that year; adopted by Georgia, renamed EEL Tbilisi EEL თბილისი with pennant E1) *


    TASHKÉNT-CLASS DESTROYER LEADER (Project 20)
    521 LÈM Tashként ЛЭМ Ташкент — Luna Vladimirskaya Lvovna/Luná L'vóvna Vladímirskaja Луна Львовна Владимирская (Resembles Kantai Collection self, built in Italy for the Soviet Union, was sunk by air attack in 1942 by Luftwaffe bombers near Novorossíjsk, Krasnodárskij Kraj; salvaged two years later and was subsequently scrapped; adopted by Uzbekistan, renamed EER Toşkent with same pennant number) *
    522 LÈM Bakú ЛЭМ Баку — Māra Rudīte Ikšķile/Mára Méjnkhardovna Ikshkíle Мара Мейнхард Икшкиле (Second of name, cancelled before construction in 1940; adopted by Latvia, renamed LJK Rīga with pennant E1) *
    523 (no name) — Jurgita Mindaugienė/Júrgita Mindóvgovna Mindáug'ene Юргита Миндовговна Миндаугьене (Resembles Azur Lane version of Luná Vladímirskaja, cancelled before construction in 1940, never named; adopted by Lithuania, renamed LKL Vilnius with pennant E1) *
    524 (no name) — Dumitra Ionela Giuleștu/Dumítra Chérnykivna Dzhuléstu Думітра Черниківна Джулесту (Resembles Warship Girls version of Luná Vladímirskaja, cancelled before construction in 1940, never named; adopted by Moldova, renamed LDT Chișinău with pennant D1) *


    STOROZHEVÓJ-CLASS DESTROYER (Project 7-U)
    525 ÈM Storozhevój ЭМ Сторожевой — Serafíma Valérievna Sáblina Серафима Валериевна Саблина (Third of name, damaged beyond economical repair by torpedo strike in 1941 by KM Schiffe S-31 or S-59 [bow was lost] northwest of Kolka, Latvia; towed back to Sankt-Peterbúrg for repairs, had bow of ÈM Organizóvannyj [now LKL Alutus] fitted to her by 1944, reassigned as training ship in 1956, decommissioned two years later, was scrapped in 1959; adopted by Russia)
    526 ÈM Stójkij ЭМ Стойкий — Karīna Agnese von Štackelbergienė-Drozd/Karína Óttovna fon Shtakel'bérgiene-Drózda Карина Оттовна фон Штакельбергиене-Дрозда (Renamed ÈM Vítse-Admirál Drozd ЭМ Вице-Адмирал Дрозд in 1943, reclassified as target ship in 1956, re-designated TsL-54 ЦЛ-54, was sunk in storm in 1961 northwest of Svetlogórsk, Kaliningrádskaja Óblast'; adopted by Latvia, renamed LJK Daugavgrīva with pennant E2) *
    527 ÈM Stráshnyj ЭМ Страшный — Jelena Tributs/Élena Vladímirovna Tríbutsa Елена Владимировна Трибуца (Third of name, re-designated UTS-18 УТС-18 in 1958 on reassignment as training ship, decommissioned two years later, was scrapped later that year; adopted by Estonia, renamed EML Saaremaa with pennant H13) *
    528 ÈM Síl'nyj ЭМ Сильный — Jevgēņija von Münchhausenienė/Evgénija Kárlovna fon Mjunkhgáuen Евгения Карловна фон Мюнхгауен (Third of name, re-designated TsL-43 ЦЛ-43 in 1959 on reassignment as target ship, decommissioned the following year, was scrapped later that year; adopted by Latvia, renamed LJK Dundaga with pennant E3) *
    529 ÈM Smélyj ЭМ Смелый — Sabīne Bertholde-Šaltjārė/Sabína Martínovna Bertól'de-Sal'tzháre Сабина Мартиновна Бертольде-Сальтжаре (Second of name, damaged beyond economical repair by mine strike in 1941 northwest of Kolka, Latvia; was scuttled to prevent capture; adopted by Latvia, renamed LJK Pitrags with pennant E4) *
    530 ÈM Strógij ЭМ Строгий — Smiltė Galvanauskienė/Smilté Èrnéstasovna Gal'vanáuskene Смилте Эрнестасовна Гальванаускене (Second of name, forced into action incomplete in 1941 at the start of Operation: Barbarossa, was completed the following year, formally commissioned in 1945, re-designated SDK-13 СДК-13 in 1956 on reassignment as rescue/decontamination vessel, re-designated SS-18 СС-18 later that year on reassignment as rescue ship, re-designated SM-16 СМ-16 in 1963 on reassignment as target ship, decommissioned the following year, was scrapped in 1965; adopted by Lithuania, renamed LKL Klaipėda with pennant E2) *
    531 ÈM Skóryj ЭМ Скорый — Sigrid Vorošilova/Sígrid Kliméntovna Voroshílova Сигрид Климентовна Ворошилова (Second of name, was sunk by mine strike in 1941 north of Viinistu, Harju, Estonia; adopted by Estonia, renamed EML Lahemaa with pennant H14) *
    532 ÈM Svirépyj ЭМ Свирепый — Stanislova Gediminaičienė/Stanislóva Vítovtovna Gediminájchene Станислова Витовтовна Гедиминайчене (Second of name, decommissioned in 1958, was subsequently scrapped; adopted by Lithuania, renamed LKL Palanga with pennant E3) *
    533 ÈM Státnyj ЭМ Статный — Kristīna Valdemārs/Kristína Krish'jánisova Valdemárs Кристина Кришьянисовна Валдемарс (Second of name, damaged beyond economical repair by mine trike in 1941 near Rohuküla, Lääne, Estonia; was subsequently sunk in a storm; adopted by Latvia, renamed LJK Ainaži with pennant E5) *


    534 ÈM Strójnyj ЭМ Стройный — Svajonė Kęstutaitienė/Svajoné Sigizmúndovna Késtutajtene Сваёне Сигизмунд Кестутайтене (Third of name, forced into action incomplete in 1941 at the start of Operation: Barbarossa, was completed the following year, formally commissioned in 1945, re-designated SDK-10 СДК-10 in 1956 on reassignment as rescue/decontamination vessel, re-designated SS-17 СС-17 later that year on reassignment as rescue ship, re-designated TsL-2 ЦЛ-2 in 1963 on reassignment as target ship, decommissioned two years later, was subsequently scrapped; adopted by Lithuania, renamed LKL Telšiai with pennant E4) *
    535 ÈM Slávnyj ЭМ Славный — Skaidrīte Ketlersienė/Skajdríte Gótkhardovna Ketlérs Скайдрите Готхардовна Кетлерс (Re-designated TsL-44 ЦЛ-44 in 1960 on reassignment as target ship, re-designated SM-20 СМ-20 the following year with same assignment, decommissioned in 1964, was scrapped the following year; adopted by Latvia, renamed LJK Liepāja with pennant E6) *
    536 ÈM Suróvyj ЭМ Суровый — Mótja Andréevna Gúschina Мотя Андреевна Гущина (Was sunk by mine strike in 1941 near Hanko, Uusimaa, Finland; adopted by Russia)
    537 ÈM Serdítyj ЭМ Сердитый — Viktóryja Valjantsínova Drózda Вікторыя Валянцинова Дрозда (Second of name, was sunk by air strike in 1941 by Luftwaffe bombers off Heltermaa, Hiiu, Estonia; salvaged and was scrapped by 1952; adopted by Belarus, renamed ÈM Sjardzíty ЭМ Сярдзіты with same pennant number) *
    538 ÈM Sovershénnyj ЭМ Совершенный — Vasylýna Serhíevna Fédorova Василина Сергіевна Федорова (Damaged beyond economical repair by combination air attack and shore artillery in 1942 off Sevastópol', Krym; guns landed for use as shore artillery at Malákhof Kurgán in Sevastópol', ship was subsequently sunk by follow on shore artillery attack, salvaged and was scrapped by 1945, one turret preserved at Malákhof Kurgán; adopted by Ukraine, renamed EM Doskónalyj ЕМ Досконалий with pennant 078) *
    539 ÈM Svobódnyj ЭМ Свободный — Brónislava Petróvna Shevchénko Бронислава Петровна Шевченко (Was sunk by air strike in 1942 off Sevastópol', Krym; salvaged and was scrapped in 1953; adopted by Russia)
    540 ÈM Sposóbnyj ЭМ Способный — Myrosláva Arkádievna Horshénina Мирослава Аркадіевна Горшеніна (Was sunk by air attack in 1943 by Luftwaffe dive bombers near Alúshta, Krym; adopted by Ukraine, renamed EM Zdátnyj ЕМ Здатний with pennant 079) *
    541 ÈM Smyshljónyj ЭМ Смышлёный — Olésja Víktorivna Shéhul-Tykhomýrova Олеся Вікторівна Шегул-Тихомирова (Was sunk by mine strike in 1942 southwest of Vítjazevo, Krasnodárskij Kraj; adopted by Ukraine, renamed EM Tjamúschyj ЕМ Тямущий with pennant 080) *
    542 ÈM Soobrazítel'nyj ЭМ Сообразительный — Nátali Hryhorívna Kyrychénko Наталі Григорівна Кириченко (Resembles Azur Lane self, declared Guards ship in 1943, re-designated SDK-11 СДК-11 on reassignment as search and rescue/decontamination ship in 1956, re-designated SS-16 СС-16 in 1960 on reassignment as rescue ship, re-designated TsL-3 ЦЛ-3 in 1963 on re-designation as target ship, was scrapped in 1966; adopted by the Ukraine, renamed EM Kmitlývyj ЕМ Кмітливий with pennant 081, granted honorific title OU) *


    KÍEV-CLASS DESTROYER LEADER (Project 48)
    543 LÈM Kíev ЛЭМ Киев — Khrystýna Ýorivna Rjúrykovychi Христина Йорівна Рюриковичі (Resembles Azur Lane self, cancelled before completion to prevent capture in 1941, salvaged post-World War Two, reassigned as target ship incomplete in 1955, was sunk as target in 1962 in the Caspian Sea near Bakı, Abşeron, Azerbaijan; adopted by the Ukraine, renamed LEM Kýjiv ЛЕМ Київ with pennant 082) *
    544 LÈM Ereván ЛЭМ Ереван — Anahid Arshakuni Անահիդ Արշակունի/Anákhid Vonónivna Arshákuni Анахід Вононівна Аршакуні (Cancelled before completion to prevent capture in 1941, salvaged post-World War Two, reassigned as target ship incomplete in 1953, was sunk as target ship in 1957, subsequently salvaged and was scrapped; adopted by Armenia, renamed JUA Jerevan JUA Երևան without change of pennant number) *
    545 LÈM Stalinobód ЛЭМ Сталинобод — Taḩmina Armaghana Таҳмина Армагхана/Takhmína Shumónovna Armágana Тахмина Шумоновна Армагана (Cancelled before launching in 1940, was scrapped on slip; adopted by Tajikistan, renamed RÈD Dushanbe РÈД Душанбе with same pennant number) *
    546 LÈM Petrozavódsk ЛЭМ Петрозаводск — Ilóna Aleksándrovna Ménshikova Илона Александровна Меншикова (Resembles fan art of LÈM Grozovój from World of Warships by Ryan Greythorn, Pixiv ID #94239089, cancelled before launching in 1941 due to Operation: Barbarossa, was wrecked on stocks; adopted by Russia)
    547 LÈM Ochákov ЛЭМ Очаков — Ksénija Oleksándrivna Ól'vijevych Ксенія Олександрівна Ольвієвич (Second of name, cancelled before launching in 1941 due to Operation: Barbarossa, was wrecked on stocks; adopted by the Ukraine, renamed LEM Ochákiv ЛЕМ Очаків with pennant 083) *
    548 LÈM Perekóp ЛЭМ Перекоп — Praskóv'ja Petróvna Vrángel' Прасковья Петровна Врангель (Cancelled before launching in 1941 due to Operation: Barbarossa, was wrecked on stocks; adopted by Russia)
    549 LÈM Ashkhabád ЛЭМ Ашхабад — Bahargül Nyýazowa/Bakhargúl' Sulejmánovna Níjazova Бахаргуль Сулеймановна Ниязова (Cancelled before construction in 1940; adopted by Turkmenistan, renamed EEÝ Aşgabat with same pennant number) *
    550 LÈM Almá-Atá ЛЭМ Алма-Ата — Äygerim Qañlyqyzy Jubanova Әйгерім Қаңлықызы Жұбанова/Ajgérim Kanlýovna Zhubánova Айгерим Канлыовна Жубанова (Cancelled before construction in 1940; adopted by Kazakhstan, renamed EEJ Almaty ЭЭЖ Алматы without change of pennant number) *
    551 LÈM Arkhángel'sk ЛЭМ Архангельск — Angelína Mikhájlovna Óttarova Ангелина Михайловна Оттарова (Cancelled before construction in 1940; adopted by Russia)
    552 LÈM Múrmansk ЛЭМ Мурманск — Mar'jána Aleksándrovna Trépova Марьяна Александровна Трепова (Cancelled before construction in 1940; adopted by Russia)
    553 (no name) — Ksénija Eroféevna Khabárova Ксения Ерофеевна Хабарова (Resembles fan art of self by Ryan Greythorn, Pixiv ID #79909554, cancelled before construction in 1940, never named; adopted by Russia, named LÈM Khabárovsk ЛЭМ Хабаровск) *
    554 (no name) — Kim Chagyŏng 김 자경/Chagjónj' Tángunovna Kim Чагёнъ Тангуновна Ким (Resembles Azur Lane version of Nadzéja Mál'tsaŭ-Vólkova with Oriental facial features, cancelled before construction in 1940, never named; adopted by North Korea, renamed CIH Asadal CIH 아사달 with pennant 110) *


    ÓPYTNYJ-CLASS DESTROYER (Project 45)
    555 Sergó Ordzhonikídze Серго Орджоникидзе — Ekaterína Grigór'evna Ordzhonikídze Екатерина Григорьевна Орджоникидзе (Effective third of name, renamed ÈM Ópytnyj ЭМ Опытный before commissioning in 1940, decommissioned in 1945 on reassignment as experimental ship, was scrapped in 1956; adopted by Russia with latter name due to political considerations)

    Ship prefixes

    Former Soviet republic destroyer type prefixes
    DT — Distrugător ("Destroyer") (Moldova)
    ÈD/ЭД — Èskadronī Эскадронӣ ("Destroyer") (Tajikistan)
    EE — Esk'adris Esk'ort'i ესკადრის ესკორტი ("Squadron Escort") (Georgia)
    EE — Eskadron Eskort ("Squadron Escort") (Uzbekistan)
    EE — Eskadron Eskorty ("Squadron Escort") (Turkmenistan)
    EE/ЭЭ — Eskadrondy Eskorttay Эскадронды Эскорттау ("Squadron Escort") (Kazakhstan)
    ÈM/ЭМ — Èskadralyk Minonosets Эскадралык Миноносец ("Squadron Escort") (Kyrgyzstan)
    ÈM/ЭМ — Èskádrennykh Minonóstsev Эскадренных Миноносев ("Squadron Escort") (Russia)
    ÈM/ЭМ — Èskádranykh Minanóstsaŭ Èскадраных Мінаносцаŭ ("Squadron Escort") (Belarus)
    EM/ЕМ — Eskádrenykh Minonóstsiv Ескадрених Міноносців ("Squadron Escort") (Ukraine)
    EMG — Eskadron Müşayiæt Gæmi ("Squadron Escort Ship") (Azerbaijan)
    JU — Jokati Ughekts'vord ջոկատի ուղեկցորդ ("Squadron Escort") (Armenia)


    Former Soviet republic destroyer leader type prefixes
    EEJ/ЭЭЖ — Eskadron Eskortynyñ Jetekşisi Эскадрон Эскортының Жетекшісі ("Squadron Escort Leader") (Kazakhstan)
    EEL — Esk'adris Esk'ort'is Lideri ესკადრის ესკორტის ლიდერი ("Squadron Escort Leader") (Georgia)
    EER — Eskadron Eskort Rahbari ("Squadron Escort Leader") (Uzbekistan)
    EEÝ — Eskadronyň Esgerleriniň Ýolbaşçysy ("Squadron Escort Leader") (Turkmenistan)
    EMGR — Eskadron Müşayiæt Gæmi Ræhbæri ("Squadron Escort Ship Leader") (Azerbaijan)
    JUA — Jokati Ughekts'vord Arrajnordy ջոկատի ուղեկցորդ առաջնորդը ("Squadron Escort Leader") (Armenia)
    LDT — Liderul Distrugătorului ("Destroyer Leader") (Moldova)
    LÈM/ЛЭМ — Líder Èskádrennykh Minonóstsev Лидер Эскадренных Миноносцев ("Squadron Escort Leader") (Russia)
    LÈM/ЛÈМ — Lídar Èskádranykh Minanóstsaŭ Лідар Èскадраных Мінаносцаŭ ("Squadron Escort Leader") (Belarus)
    LEM/ЛЕМ — Líder Eskádrenykh Minonóstsiv Лідер Ескадрених Міноносців ("Squadron Escort Leader") (Ukraine)
    RÈD/РЭД — Roḩbari Èskadronī Роҳбари Эскадронӣ ("Destroyer Leader") (Tajikistan)


    Other Soviet republic type prefixes
    US/УС — Uchébnoe Súdno Учебное Судно ("Training Vessel") (Russia)


    Other ship prefixes
    BAP — Buque Armada Peruana ("Peruvian Navy Ship")
    CIH — Chosŏn Inmingun-ham 조선 인민군 함 ("Warship of the Korean People's Army")
    EML — Eesti Mereväe Laev ("Estonian Navy Ship")
    HT — Hävittäjä (Destroyer) (Finnish Navy type prefix)
    KNRB/КНРБ — Korab na Narodna Republika Bŭlgariya Кораб на Народна Република България ("Ship of the People's Republic of Bulgaria") (Bulgarian Navy ship prefix from 1946-1989)
    KRB/КРБ — Korab na Republika Bŭlgariya Кораб на Република България ("Ship of the Bulgarian Republic") (Bulgarian Navy ship prefix post-1989)
    LJK — Latvijas Jūras Karakuģis ("Latvian Navy Ship")
    LKL — Lietuvos Karinis Laivas ("Lithuanian Military Ship")
    NR — Nava Românească ("Romanian Ship") (Romanian Navy ship prefix post-1991)
    ZRZ — Zhōnghuá Rénmín Gònghéguó Zhànjiàn 中华人民共和国戰艦 ("Warship of the People's Republic of China")


    Pennant superior letters/Hull classification codes

    D — Distrugător ("Destroyer") (Romanian Navy/Moldovan Navy pennant superior)
    DD — Destructor ("Destroyer") (Peruvian Navy hull classification code)
    E — Eskadras Mīnētājs ("Squadron Escort") (Latvian Navy pennant superior)
    E — Eskadrinis Minininkas ("Squadron Escort") (Lithuanian Navy pennant superior)
    E — Esk'ort'i ესკორტი ("Escort") (Georgian Navy pennant superior)
    H — Hävitaja ("Destroyer") (Estonian Navy pennant superior)
    R/Р — Razrushitel Разрушител ("Destroyer") (Bulgarian Navy pennant superior)


    Other short forms

    KhRF/ХРФ — Khranítel' Rossíjskoj Federátsii Хранитель Российской Федерации ("Guardian of the Russian Federation") (Honorific prefix title for those hailed as Guards ships) (Russian)
    ÓKZ/ОКЗ — Órden Krásnoe Známja Орден Красного Знамени ("Order of the Red Banner") (Soviet era unit/personal award for bravery in action or for very distinguished service) (Russian)
    OU/ОУ — Opikún Ukrajíni Опікун України ("Guardian of Ukraine") (Honorific prefix title for those hailed as Guards ships) (Ukrainian)
     
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  20. Threadmarks: United States: Aircraft Carriers (Final Revision)
    Pyeknu

    Pyeknu Cross-Dimensional Magical Sith GIrl

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    Back to the Eagle Union with the final revision of the list of aircraft carriers. The changes include:

    1) Some adoptions out to other nations given that some of the escort carriers were scrapped overseas;
    2) All supercarriers up to the Nimitz-Class ships are now included in the list (new cut-off date for shipgirls will be the 1990s); and
    3) A unified list of hull numbers, with the escort carriers now starting from CVE-101 onward.

    Enjoy!

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

    No./Ship Name — Human Name (Fate)

    FLEET AIRCRAFT CARRIERS

    LANGLEY-CLASS AIRCRAFT CARRIER
    CV-1 USS Langley — Julia Samantha Langley (Resembles Pacific self, originally named USS Jupiter, converted from fleet collier AC-3 in 1922, later converted to seaplane tender AV-3 in 1937, damaged beyond economical repair by air attack in 1942 from Imperial Navy shore-based aircraft; was scuttled by torpedo strikes from US Ships Whipple and Edsall south of Cilacap, Jawa Tengah, Indonesia)
    LEXINGTON-CLASS AIRCRAFT CARRIER
    CV-2 USS Lexington — Helen Rebecca Robinson (Resembles Pacific self, converted from battlecruiser CC-1 in 1922, damaged beyond economical repair by air attack in 1942 during the Battle of Coral Sea from aircraft of TH Gunkan-tachi Shōkaku and Zuikaku; was scuttled by torpedo strike from USS Phelps southwest of Mainga, the Solomon Islands)
    CV-3 USS Saratoga — Olive Dionysia Doolittle (Resembles Kantai Collection self, converted from battlecruiser CC-3 in 1922, decommissioned in 1946, was sunk in Test "Baker" in Operation: Crossroads later that year at Pikinni Atoll, the Marshall Islands)


    RANGER-CLASS AIRCRAFT CARRIER
    CV-4 USS Ranger — Louise Florence Henry (Resembles Azur Lane self, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped that year)

    YORKTOWN-CLASS AIRCRAFT CARRIER
    CV-5 USS Yorktown — Anna Eleanor Livingston (Resembles Azur Lane self, second of name, was sunk by torpedo strike in 1942 during the Battle of Midway by THG I-168 north-northeast of Midway Atoll)
    CV-6 USS Enterprise — Yvonne Claudia Swanson (Resembles fan art self in Pixiv, ID #43962124, decommissioned in 1946 and was scrapped in 1958)
    CV-8 USS Hornet — Anna Francine Knox (Resembles Kantai Collection self, damaged beyond economical repair in 1942 during in the Battle of Santa Cruz Island, was scuttled by torpedo strikes from TH Gunkan-tachi Makigumo and Akigumo north-northeast of Lipe, the Solomon Islands)


    WASP-CLASS AIRCRAFT CARRIER
    CV-7 USS Wasp — Caroline Charlene Hawkins (Resembles Azur Lane self, damaged beyond economical repair by torpedo strike in 1942 by THG I-19; was scuttled by torpedo strike from USS Lansdowne southeast of Namuga, the Solomon Islands)

    ESSEX-CLASS AIRCRAFT CARRIER
    CV-9 USS Essex — Allie Lynda Gates (Resembles Pacific self, converted and reclassified as CVA-9 in 1952, reclassified as CVS-9 in 1960, decommissioned in 1969 and was scrapped in 1975)
    CV-10 Bonhomme Richard — Rebecca Anna Roosevelt (Second of name, resembles Azur Lane version of Lynda Gates, renamed USS Yorktown [third of name] before commissioning, converted and reclassified as CVA-10 in 1953, reclassified CVS-10 in 1957, decommissioned in 1970 and was made a memorial at Charleston, South Carolina in 1975; renamed USS Serapis to prevent confusion with aircraft carrier USS Yorktown [CV-5]) *
    CV-11 USS Intrepid — Helen Joanna Hoover (Resembles Kantai Collection self, converted and reclassified as CVA-11 in 1954, reclassified CVS-11 in 1961, decommissioned in 1974, was made a memorial in New York City, New York in 1976)
    CV-12 Kearsarge — Anna Rhoda Knox (Second of name, resembles Azur Lane version of Francine Knox, was renamed USS Hornet [second of name] before commissioning, converted and reclassified as CVA-12 in 1951, reclassified CVS-12 in 1958, decommissioned 1970, was mothballed at Puget Sound until 1989, then was made a memorial in 1998 at Alameda, California; renamed USS Pennacook to prevent confusion with aircraft carrier USS Hornet [CV-8]) *
    CV-13 USS Franklin — Mildred Helen Franklin (Resembles Warship Girls version of Lynda Gates, heavily damaged thanks to kamikaze strike 1945, rebuilt but never restored to service, redesignated CVA-13 in 1952, redesignated again as CVS-13 in 1953 and redesignated AVT-8 in 1959, was scrapped in 1966)
    CV-14 Hancock — Sarah Stephanie Pell (Resembles Azur Lane self, was renamed USS Ticonderoga before launching, converted and reclassified as CVA-14 in 1954, redesignated to CVS-14 in 1970, decommissioned in 1973, was scrapped in 1975; serves under second name)
    CV-15 USS Randolph — Rose Gillian Randolph (Resembles Warship Girls version of Yvonne Swanson, converted and reclassified as CVA-15 in 1954, redesignated as CVS-15 in 1959, decommissioned in 1969, was scrapped in 1975)
    CV-16 USS Cabot — Tracey Donna Robinson (Resembles Pacific version of Eleanor Livingston, renamed USS Lexington [second of name] before launch, converted and redesignated CVA-16 in 1952, redesignated CVS-16 in 1962, consigned to training duties and redesignated CVT-16 in 1969, redesignated AVT-16 in 1978, decommissioned 1991 and preserved as memorial at Corpus Christi in Texas; reverted to original name to prevent confusion) *
    CV-17 USS Bunker Hill — Doreen Dana Boynton (Resembles Azur Lane self, heavily damaged thanks to kamikaze strike in 1945, rebuilt but never restored to service, reclassifed CVA-17 in 1951, reclassified again as CVS-17 in 1953 and reclassified as AVT-9 in 1959, was scrapped in 1973)
    CV-18 Oriskany — Margaret Julia Walsh (Resembles Warship Girls version of Charlene Hawkins, renamed USS Wasp [second of name] prior to launch, converted and redesignated as CVA-18 in 1951, reclassified as CVS-18 in 1956, decommissioned in 1972, was scrapped in 1973; renamed USS Bemis Heights to prevent confusion with aircraft carrier USS Wasp [CV-7]) *


    CV-19 Ticonderoga — Juanita Raven Hancock (Resembles Warship Girls version of Francine Knox, renamed USS Hancock before launching, converted and redesignated as CVA-19 in 1952, decommissioned in 1976, was scrapped in 1977; serves under second name)
    CV-20 USS Bennington — Melinda Jodie Maas (Resembles Pacific version of Francine Knox, second of name, converted and reclassified as CVA-20 in 1952, reclassified as CVS-20 in 1959, decommissioned in 1970, was scrapped in 1994)
    CV-21 USS Boxer — Doreen Ruth Overton (Resembles Warship Girls version of Eleanor Livingston, was redesignated CVA-21 in 1952, converted and redesignated CVS-21 in 1956, redesignated again as LPH-4 in 1958, decommissioned in 1969, was scrapped in 1971)
    CV-31 USS Bon Homme Richard — Catharine Miranda McCain (Resembles fan art of Eleanor Livingston by Yorktown CV-5 on Pixiv, ID #91141472, second of name, reclassified as CVA-31 in 1952, decommissioned in 1971, was scrapped in 1992)
    CV-32 Crown Point — Michelle Janet Mead (Resembles fan art of Yvonne Swanson by Yorktown CV-5 on Pixiv, ID #90187948, second of name, renamed USS Leyte before launching, reclassified as CVA-32 in 1952, reclassified again as CVS-32 in 1953, decommissioned in 1959 and redesignated AVT-10, was scrapped in 1970; serves under second name)
    CV-33 USS Kearsarge — Andrea Wynn Fitch (Resembles fan art of Francine Knox by Yorktown CV-5 on Pixiv, ID #90187948, third of name, was reclassified as CVA-33 in 1952, converted and reclassified as CVS-33 in 1958, decommissioned in 1970, was scrapped in 1974)
    CV-34 USS Oriskany — Ida Danielle Cannon (Resembles Azur Lane version of Yvonne Swanson, converted and redesignated CVA-34 in 1952, reclassified as CV-34 in 1976, decommissioned that year, was scuttled as diving park in 2006 near Pensacola, Florida)
    CV-35 USS Reprisal — Margaret Raye Wickes (Resembles fan art of Louise Henry by Yorktown CV-5 on Pixiv, ID #91667123, cancelled before launch, was scrapped in 1949)
    CV-36 USS Antietam — Eleanor Dana Tydings (Resembles fan art of Rebecca Roosevelt by Yorktown CV-5 on Pixiv, ID #89727949, converted and reclassified as CVA-36 in 1952, redesignated CVS-36 in 1953, decommissioned in 1963, was scrapped in 1974)
    CV-37 Valley Forge — Wendy Helen Dodds (Resembles Warship Girls version of Louise Henry, renamed USS Princeton [third of name] before launching, was redesignated CVA-37 in 1952, converted and redesignated CVS-37 in 1954, redesignated again as LPH-5 in 1959, decommissioned in 1970, was scrapped in 1971, renamed USS Monmouth to prevent confusion with aircraft carrier USS Princeton [CVL-23]) *


    CV-38 USS Shangri-La — Rosa Jodie Doolittle (Resembles Azur Lane self, converted and redesignated CVA-38 in 1952, redesignated CVS-38 in 1969, decommissioned in 1971, was scrapped in 1988, one propeller preserved as memorial in Milford, Delaware)
    CV-39 USS Lake Champlain — Mildred Wilma Austin (Resembles fan art of Tracey Robinson by Yorktown CV-5 on Pixiv, ID #89727949, converted and redesignated CVA-39 in 1952, redesignated CVS-39 in 1957, decommissioned in 1969, was scrapped in 1972)
    CV-40 USS Tarawa — Charlotte Joan Gilbert (Resembles fan art of Dionysia Doolittle by Yorktown CV-5 on Pixiv, ID #89628469, converted and redesignated CVA-40 in 1952, redesignated CVS-40 in 1955, decommissioned in 1960, redesignated AVT-10 in reserve in 1962, was scrapped in 1968)
    CV-45 USS Valley Forge — Kathryn Mildred Vandergrift (Second of name, converted and redesignated CVA-45 in 1952, redesignated CVS-45 in 1954, redesignated again as LPH-8 in 1961, decommissioned in 1970, was scrapped in 1971)
    CV-46 USS Iwo Jima — Glenda Kumiko Kiribayashi (Cancelled before launch, was scrapped in 1949)
    CV-47 USS Philippine Sea — Callie Mildred Chandler (Converted and redesignated CVA-47 in 1952, redesignated CVS-47 in 1955, decommissioned in 1958, redesignated AVT-11 in reserve in 1959, was scrapped in 1971)
    CV-50 (no name) — Evelyn Beryl Gansevoort (Cancelled before construction in 1945, never named, given name USS Fort Stanwix) *
    CV-51 (no name) — Margarita Katharine Shepherd (Cancelled before construction in 1945, never named, given name USS Fort Henry) *
    CV-52 (no name) — Kathryn Kelly Greene (Cancelled before construction in 1945, never named, given name USS Fort Mercer) *
    CV-53 (no name) — Elizabeth Bonita de Gálvez (Cancelled before construction in 1945, never named, given name USS Fort Bute) *
    CV-54 (no name) — Ruby Charlene Pickles (Cancelled before construction in 1945, never named, given name USS Pontchartrain) *
    CV-55 (no name) — Helen Darlene Marion (Cancelled before construction in 1945, never named, given name USS Fort Watson) *


    INDEPENDENCE-CLASS LIGHT AIRCRAFT CARRIER
    CVL-22 USS Independence — Dorothy Rayne Warner (Resembles Azur Lane self, converted from light cruiser USS Amsterdam with hull number CL-59, used as a test ship in Operation: Crossroads in 1946, survived both tests, was scuttled in 1951 west of San Francisco, Califormia)
    CVL-23 USS Princeton — Margaret Mary Dodds (Resembles Warship Girls self, second of name, converted from light cruiser USS Tallahassee with hull number CL-61, 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)
    CVL-24 USS Belleau Wood — Danielle Josephine Daly (Resembles Azur Lane version of Samantha Langley, converted from light cruiser USS New Haven with hull number CL-76, transferred to France in 1953, renamed PA Bois Belleau with pennant R97, returned to the United States and was scrapped in 1960; adopted by France under local name with pennant P7) *
    CVL-25 USS Cowpens — Margaret Frances Grandy (Converted from light cruiser USS Huntingdon with hull number CL-77, decommissioned in 1946, reclassified as AVT-1 while in reserve in 1959, was scrapped that year)
    CVL-26 USS Monterey — Patricia Nicole Lynda Bellinger (Converted from light cruiser USS Dayton with hull number CL-78, decommissioned in 1956, reclassified as AVT-2 in 1959, was scrapped in 1971)
    CVL-27 Crown Point — Maria Josephine Phillipa du Motier (Resembles Warship Girls self, converted from light cruiser USS Fargo with hull number CL-85, renamed USS Langley [second of name] prior to launch, transferred to France in 1951, renamed PA Lafayette with pennant R96, returned to the United States in 1963 and was scrapped; adopted by France under local name with pennant P8) *
    CVL-28 USS Cabot — Anna Juana Cabot (Converted from light cruiser USS Wilmington with hull number CL-79, transferred to Spain in 1967 and renamed BSM Dédalo [second of name] with pennant R01, decommissioned 1990 for conversion to museum ship, was auctioned for scrapping in 1999 with scrapping completed in 2002; renamed USS Matthew to prevent confusion with aircraft carrier USS Cabot [CV-16], given Spanish Navy pennant P1 for administrative purposes) *
    CVL-29 USS Bataan — Estefania Esperanza Osmeña (Resembles Azur Lane self, converted from light cruiser USS Buffalo with hull number CL-99, decommissioned in 1954, redesignated AVT-4 in 1959 and was scrapped that year)
    CVL-30 USS San Jacinto — Glenda Jacinta Jones (Converted from light cruiser USS Newark with hull number CL-100, decommissioned in 1947, reclassified as AVT-5 in 1959, was scrapped in 1971)


    MIDWAY-CLASS LARGE AIRCRAFT CARRIER
    CVB-41 USS Midway — Brenda Wynter Ripley (Second of name, converted and redesignated CVA-41 in 1952, redesignated CV-41 in 1975, decommissioned in 1992, now serving as museum at San Diego, California)
    CVB-42 Coral Sea — Rosalyn Jane Roosevelt (Second of name, renamed USS Franklin D. Roosevelt after launching, converted and redesignated CVA-42 in 1952, redesignated CV-42 in 1975, decommissioned in 1977, was scrapped next year; serves under second name)
    CVB-43 USS Coral Sea — Virginia Lane Kinkaid (Third of name, converted and redesignated CVA-43 in 1952, redesignated CV-43 in 1975, decommissioned in 1990, was scrapped by 2000, one anchor preserved in Townsville, Queensland, Australia)
    CVB-44 (no name) — Samantha Thérèse Graves (Cancelled before construction in 1943, never named; given name USS Chelsea Creek) *
    CVB-56 (no name) — Joanna Brandy Foster-Saunders (Cancelled before construction in 1945, never named; given name USS Gloucester [effective second of name]) *
    CVB-57 (no name) — Alexandra Naomi Hamilton (Cancelled before construction in 1945, never named; given name USS Battery Park) *


    SAIPAN-CLASS LIGHT AIRCRAFT CARRIER
    CVL-48 USS Saipan — Harriet Joyce McCormack (Reclassified as AVT-6 in 1959, converted to major communications relay ship AGMR-2 in 1964, renamed USS Arlington, decommissioned in 1970, was scrapped in 1976; serves under first name to prevent confusion with troopship USS Arlington [AP-174])
    CVL-49 USS Wright — Susan Catharine Wright (Reclassified as AVT-7 in 1959, converted to command ship CC-2 in 1963, decommissioned in 1970, was scrapped in 1980)


    UNITED STATES-CLASS ATTACK AIRCRAFT CARRIER
    CVA-58 United States — Margaret Alice Mitscher (Second of name, cancelled before launch in 1949, was scapped on slip; renamed USS Rediviva to ensure nation's name is not used with a warship) *

    FORRESTAL-CLASS ATTACK AIRCRAFT CARRIER
    CVA-59 USS Forrestal — Janet Valarie Forrestal (Damaged by aircraft munitions misfire causing flight deck fire in 1967, restored to service the following year, re-designated CV-59 in 1975, re-designated AVT-59 in 1992, decommissioned the following year, was scrapped in 2015)
    CVA-60 USS Saratoga — Charlene Shannon Thomas (Third of name, re-designated CV-60 in 1972, decommissioned in 1994, was scrapped in 2010; renamed USS Bemis Heights to prevent confusion with aircraft carrier USS Saratoga [CV-3]) *
    CVA-61 USS Ranger — Miriam Julia Radford (Third of name, re-designated CV-61 in 1975, decommissioned in 1993, was scrapped in 2017; renamed USS Minuteman to prevent confusion with aircraft carrier USS Ranger [CV-4]) *
    CVA-62 USS Indepdendence — Millicent Barbara Gates (Second of name, re-designated CV-62 in 1973, decommissioned in 1998, was scrapped in 2019; renamed USS Freedom to prevent confusion with light aircraft carrier USS Independence [CVL-22]) *


    KITTY HAWK-CLASS ATTACK AIRCRAFT CARRIER
    CVA-63 USS Kitty Hawk — Camilla Florence McElroy (Second of name, re-designated CV-63 in 1973, decommissioned in 2009, to be scrapped after 2022; renamed USS Chickahawk to prevent confusion with aircraft transport ship USS Kitty Hawk [AKV-1]) *
    CVA-64 USS Constellation — Mary Christina Herter (Second of name, re-designated CV-64 in 1974, decommissioned in 2003, was scrapped in 2017; renamed USS Confederation to prevent confusion with fast battleship USS Constellation [CC-2]) *
    CVA-66 USS America — Catherine Danielle McDonald (Re-designated CV-66 in 1975, decommissioned in 1996, was sunk as target in 2005 north of east from Charleston, South Carolina)
    CVA-67 USS John F. Kennedy — Josephine Fallon Kennedy (Re-designated CV-67 in 1974, decommissioned in 2007, was scrapped in 2022)


    ENTERPRISE-CLASS NUCLEAR-POWERED ATTACK AIRCRAFT CARRIER
    CVAN-65 USS Enterprise — Irene Bertha Franke (Re-designated CVN-65 in 1975, decommissioned in 2012, currently awaiting dismantling; renamed USS Valcour Island to prevent confusion with aircraft carrier USS Enterprise [CV-6]) *

    NIMITZ-CLASS NUCLEAR-POWERED AIRCRAFT CARRIER
    CVN-68 USS Nimitz — Chelsea Willow Nimitz (Underwent refuelling and overhaul from 1998-2001, in commission)
    CVN-69 Eisenhower — Davida Danielle Eisenhower (Renamed USS Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1970 prior to laying down, underwent refuelling and overhaul from 2001-2005, in commission under second name)
    CVN-70 USS Carl Vinson — Carla Sylvia Vinson (Underwent refuelling and overhaul in 2005-2009, in commission)
    CVN-71 USS Theodore Roosevelt — Thelma Martha Roosevelt (Second of name, underwent refuelling and overhaul from 2009-2013, in commission)
    CVN-72 USS Abraham Lincoln — Nancy Abeline Lincoln (Second of name, underwent refuelling and overhaul from 2013-2017, in commission)
    CVN-73 USS George Washington — Martha Georgette Washington (Second of name, began refuelling and overhaul in 2017, in commission)
    CVN-74 USS John C. Stennis — Josie Colleen Stennis (Began refuelling and overhaul in 2021, in commission)
    CVN-75 United States — Harriet Shirley Truman (Third of name, renamed USS Harry S. Truman in 1995, in commission under second name)
    CVN-76 USS Ronald Reagan — Nancy Rhonda Reagan (In commission)
    CVN-77 USS George H.W. Bush — Georgette Helena Wanda Bush (In commission)


    ESCORT AIRCRAFT CARRIERS

    LONG ISLAND-CLASS ESCORT AIRCRAFT CARRIER
    AVG-1 USS Long Island — Giada da Verrazzano (Resembles Azur Lane self, laid down as cargo liner SS Mormacmail, acquired in 1941, converted and renamed, reclassified ACV-1 in 1942, reclassified again as CVE-1 in 1943, decommissioned in 1946, converted to civilian service, was scrapped in 1977; re-designated CVE-101 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    BAVG-1 (no name) — Jane Isabel Robertson (Laid down as cargo ship SS Mormacland, never given warship name, converted and transferred to the United Kingdom in 1941, renamed HMS Archer, given pennant D78 for World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States and converted to merchantile service, damaged beyond economical repair by collision and fire in 1961, was scrapped that year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant R78, re-designated CVE-102 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *


    BOGUE-CLASS ESCORT AIRCRAFT CARRIER
    AVG-6 Altamaha — Frances Mary Rayna Stephenson (Converted from American merchant ship SS Mormacmail in 1942, re-designated CVE-6 on transfer to the United Kingdom later that year, renamed HMS Battler, given pennant D18 for World War Two, decommissioned and was returned to the United States in 1946, was scrapped that year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant R18, re-designated CVE-106 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    AVG-7 Barnes — Wanda Wilma Phillippa Shorleu-Rollison (Laid down as merchant ship SS Steel Artisan, requisitioned by the United States Navy and renamed in 1941, reclassified CVE-7 on transfer to the United Kingdom in 1942, renamed HMS Attacker, given pennant D02 for World War Two, returned to the United States in 1946, converted for merchant service, was scrapped in 1980; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant R02, re-designated CVE-107 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    AVG-8 Block Island — Heidi Heather McWilliam (Converted from American merchant ship SS Mormacpenn, acquired by the United States Navy in 1943 and renamed, redesignated CVE-8 on transfer to the United Kingdom later that year, renamed HMS Trailer, given pennant D80 for World War Two, later renamed HMS Hunter, returned to the United States in 1947, converted into merchant service, was scrapped in 1965; adopted by the United Kingdom under second name with pennant R80, re-designated CVE-108 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    AVG-9 USS Bogue — Grace Ellen Short (Resembles Azur Lane self, converted from American merchant ship SS Steel Advocate, renamed and reclassified ACV-9 in 1942 before commissioning, reclassified CVE-9 in 1943, decommissioned in 1946, reclassified CVHE-9 in 1955, was scrapped in 1960; re-designated CVE-109 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    AVG-10 Breton — Susan Katharyn Horn (Resembles Azur Lane self, converted from unnamed American merchant ship in 1942, renamed and reclassified ACV-10 later that year, reclassified CVE-10 in 1943 and transferred to the United Kingdom, renamed HMS Chaser, given pennant D32 for World War Two, returned to the United States in 1946, converted to civilian use, was scrapped in 1973; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant R32, re-designated CVE-110 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list) *
    AVG-11 USS Card — Jordan Bryce Sykes (Resembles Warship Girls version of Grace Short, converted from unnamed cargo ship in 1942, reclassified ACV-11 in 1942, reclassified CVE-11 in 1943, decommissioned in 1946, reclassified CVHE-11 in 1955, reclassified again as CVU-11 in 1958; reactivated in 1958 as part of Military Sealift Command, redesignated USNS Card and reclassified T-AKV-40, was sunk by commando attack in 1964 at Sàigòn, South Vietnam; was salvaged later that year and repaired, decommissioned in 1970 and was scrapped the next year; re-designated CVE-111 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    AVG-12 USS Copahee — Jean Glenda Farrell (Converted from cargo ship SS Steel Architect, reclassified ACV-12 in 1942 after commissioning, reclassified again as CVE-12 in 1943, decommissioned in 1946, reclassified again as CVHE-12 in 1955, was scrapped in 1961; re-designated CVE-112 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    ACV-13 USS Core — May Rebecca Greer (Converted from unnamed cargo ship, reclassified ACV-13 in 1942 prior to commissioning, reclassified CVE-13 in 1943, decommissioned in 1946, reclassified CVHE-13 in 1955, reclassified again as CVU-13 in 1958; recommissioned by the Military Sealift Command in 1959, redesignated USNS Core with hull number T-AKV-41, decommissioned in 1970 and was scrapped the next year; re-designated CVE-113 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    AVG-14 USS Croatan — Caroline Nancy Lentaigne (Converted from unnamed merchant ship, reclassified ACV-14 in 1942, reclassified again as CVE-14 in 1943, transferred that year to the United Kingdom, renamed HMS Fencer, given pennant D64 for World War Two, returned to the United States in 1947, converted to merchant use, was scrapped in 1975; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant R63, re-designated CVE-114 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    AVG-15 Hamlin — Hannah Stevie Murray-Smith (Converted from unnamed merchant ship, redesignated ACV-15 in 1942, redesignated again as CVE-15 at the end of that year, transferred to the United Kingdom, renamed HMS Stalker, given pennant D91 for World War Two, returned to the United States in 1946, converted to merchant use, was scrapped in 1975; adopted by the United Kindgom under local name with new pennant R89, re-designated CVE-115 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *


    AVG-16 USS Nassau — Augustine Kelly Doyle (Converted from unnamed cargo ship, reclassified ACV-16 in 1942 prior to commissioning, reclassified again as CVE-16 in 1943, decommissioned in 1946, reclassified CVHE-16 in 1955, was scrapped in 1961; re-designated CVE-116 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    AVG-17 Saint George — Caroline Glynn Hudson (Converted from merchant ship SS Mormacland [second of name], reclassified ACV-17 in 1942, reclassified again as CVE-17 later that year, transferred to the United Kingdom, renamed HMS Pursuer, given pennant D73 for World War Two, returned to the United States in 1946, was scrapped that year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant R73, re-designated CVE-117 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    AVG-18 USS Altamaha — June Rose Tate (Converted from unnamed cargo ship, reclassified ACV-18 in 1942 prior to commissioning, reclassified CVE-18 in 1943, decommissioned in 1946, reclassified as CVHE-18 in 1955, was scrapped in 1961; re-designated CVE-118 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    AVG-19 Prince William — Eudice Wilma Anstice (Converted from unnamed merchant ship, reclassified ACV-19 in 1942, reclassified CVE-19 in 1943 on transfer to the United Kingdom, renamed HMS Striker, given pennant D12 for World War Two, returned to the United States in 1946, was scrapped two years later; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant R12, re-designated CVE-119 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    AVG-20 USS Barnes — Carol Darlene Glover (Converted from unnamed cargo ship, reclassified ACV-20 in 1942 prior to commissioning, reclassified CVE-20 in 1943, decommissioned in 1946, reclassified as CVHE-20 in 1955, was scrapped in 1959; re-designated CVE-120 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    AVG-21 USS Block Island — Lorna Cathryn Ramsey (Converted from unnamed cargo ship, reclassified ACV-21 in 1942 prior to commissioning, reclassified again as CVE-21 in 1943, damaged beyond economical repair by torpedo strike in 1944 by KMS U-549 west-southwest of Funchal, Madeira Autonomous Region, Portugal; was scuttled by US Ships Eugene E. Elmore and Ahrens; re-designated CVE-121 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    AVG-22 (no name) — Lynn Joan Sedgwick (Converted from unnamed merchant ship, never given American name, reclassified ACV-22 in 1942, reclassified again as CVE-22 prior to transfer to the United Kingdom, renamed HMS Searcher, given pennant D40 for World War Two, returned to the United States in 1945, converted to merchant service, was scrapped in 1976; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant R40, re-designated CVE-122 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list) *
    AVG-23 USS Breton — Ellie Crystal Ewen (Converted from unnamed cargo ship, reclassified ACV-23 in 1942, reclassified again as CVE-23 in 1943 on commissioning, decommissioned in 1946, reclassified CVHE-23 in 1955, reclassified again as CVU-23 in 1958; recommissioned in the Military Sealift Command as USNS Breton with hull number T-AKV-42 in 1959, decommissioned in 1972, was scrapped that year; re-designated CVE-123 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    AVG-24 (no name) — Ann Alice Murray (Converted from unnamed merchant ship, never given American name, reclassified ACV-24 in 1942, reclassified again as CVE-24 prior to transfer to the United Kingdom, renamed HMS Ravager, given pennand D70 for World War Two, returned to the United States in 1945, converted to merchant service, was scrapped in 1973; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant R70, re-designated CVE-124 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    AVG-25 USS Croatan — Julia Brenda Lyon (Converted from unnamed cargo ship, reclassified ACV-25 in 1942, reclassified again as CVE-25 in 1943 on commissioning, decommissioned in 1946; recommissioned by Military Sealift Command as USNS Croatan with hull number T-AKV-43 in 1958, decommissioned in 1970, was scrapped the next year; re-designated CVE-125 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)


    BACV-6 (no name) — Georgette Cathy Dickins (Converted from American merchant ship SS Mormacmail [third of name], not given American ship name, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1943, renamed HMS Tracker, given pennant D24 for World War Two, returned to the United States in 1946, converted to merchant use, was scrapped in 1964; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant R28, re-designated CVE-105 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    AVG-31 USS Prince William — Heather Eleanor Regan (Converted from unnamed cargo ship, reclassified as ACV-31 in 1942, reclassified again as CVE-31 in 1943 on commissioning, decommissioned in 1946, reclassified as CVHE-31 in 1955, was scrapped in 1961; re-designated CVE-131 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    AVG-32 Chatham — Alisabeth Naomh Chavelly Bingley (Converted from unnamed merchant ship, reclassified ACV-32 in 1942, reclassified again as CVE-32 in 1943, transferred to the United Kindgom, renamed HMS Slinger, given pennant D26 for World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, converted to merchant service, was scrapped in 1970; adopted by Israel, renamed AChY Rúgát'qa with pennant M26, given Royal Navy pennant R29 for administrative purposes, re-designated CVE-132 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    AVG-33 Glacier — Dóra Ragnhildur Ragnvaldrsdóttir Hodson (Converted from unnamed merchant ship, reclassified CVE-33 in 1943 on transfer to the United Kingdom, renamed HMS Atheling, given pennant D51 for World War Two, returned to the United States in 1946, converted to merchant use, was scrapped in 1967; adopted by Iceland, renamed VS Alþingi with pennant F50, given Royal Navy pennant R51 for administrative purposes, re-designated CVE-133 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    AVG-34 Pybus — Trianna Jolanka Nyx Hilken (Converted from unnamed merchant ship, reclassified ACV-34 in 1942, reclassified again as CVE-34 in 1943 on transfer to the United Kingdom, renamed HMS Emperor, given pennand D98 for World War Two, returned to the United States in 1946 and was scrapped; adopted by Austria, renamed ÖMS Imperator with pennant F99, given Royal Navy pennant R99 for administrative purposes, re-designated CVE-134 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    AVG-35 Baffins — Gulrukh Daumaa Yates (Converted from unnamed cargo ship, acquired by the United States Navy in 1942 and renamed, reclassified ACV-35 later that year, reclassified again as CVE-35 in 1943 on transfer to the United Kingdom, renamed HMS Ameer with pennant D01 for World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States, converted to mercantile service as SS Robin Kirk, was scrapped in 1969; adopted by Pakistan, renamed PNS Amīr with pennant R01, given Royal Navy pennant R01 for administrative purposes, re-designated CVE-135 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    AVG-36 Bolinas — Durnaz Bahnaz Wisden (Converted from unnamed merchant ship, classified ACV-36 in 1942, reclassified again as CVE-36 in 1943 on transfer to the United Kingdom, renamed HMS Begum, given pennant D38 for World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States and converted to merchant service, scrapped in 1974; adopted by Pakistan, renamed PNS Begam with pennant R03, given Royal Navy pennant R38 for administrative purposes, re-designated CVE-136 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    AVG-37 Bastian — Ingrid Sara Colquhoun (Converted from unnamed mercantile ship, acquired by the United States Navy in 1942, reclassified ACV-37 later that year, reclassified as CVE-37 in 1943 on transfer to the United Kingdom, renamed HMS Trumpeter with pennant D09 for World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States and converted for mercantile service as SS Alblasserdijk, was scrapped in 1971; adopted by Norway, renamed KNM Trompetist with pennant H08, given Royal Navy pennant R08 for administrative purposes, re-designated CVE-137 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    AVG-38 Carnegie — Tine Karina Masterman (Converted from unnamed merchant ship, reclassified ACV-38 in 1942, reclassified again as CVE-38 in 1942 on transfer to the United Kingdom, renamed HMS Empress, given pennant D42 for World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States and was scrapped that year; adopted by Denmark, renamed KDM Kejserinde with pennant H42, given Royal Navy pennant R42 for administrative purposes, re-designated CVE-138 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    AVG-39 Cordova — Hafsah Ife Haynes/Ḥafṣah bint-Hanrī bint-Muḥammad 'Alī Bāshā ar-Ras al-Tīn (Converted from unnamed mercantile ship, acquired by the United States Navy in 1942, reclassified ACV-39 later that year, reclassified again as CVE-39 in 1943 on transfer to the United Kingdom, renamed HMS Khedive with pennant D62 for World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States and converted to mercantile service as SS Rempang, was scrapped in 1975; adopted by Egypt, renamed SBM Khidīw with pennant Ḥ1, given Royal Navy pennant R61 for administrative purposes, re-designated CVE-139 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    AVG-40 Delgada — Peggy Eileen Wootten/Peigín Eibhlín Ó Coill (Converted from unnamed merchant ship, reclassified ACV-40 in 1942, reclassified again as CVE-40 in 1943 on transfer to the United Kingdom, renamed HMS Speaker, given pennant D90 for World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States and converted to merchant service, was scrapped in 1972; adopted by Ireland, renamed Ceann Comhairle with pennant R90, given Royal Navy pennant R90 for administrative purposes, re-designated CVE-140 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *


    AVG-41 Edisto — Holly Nancy Lay (Resembles Warship Girls version of Susan Horn, converted from unnamed merchant ship, reclassified ACV-41 in 1942, reclassified again as CVE-41 in 1943 on transfer to the United Kingdom, renamed HMS Nabob, given pennant D77 in World War Two, was manned by Royal Canadian Navy personnel, damaged beyond economical repair by torpedo strike in 1944 from KMS U-354 during Operation: Goodwood, was towed back to harbour and decommissioned later that year, returned to the United States and converted to merchant service, was scrapped in 1977; adopted by Canada and renamed HMCS Nabob with hull number CVE-75/PAE-75, re-designated CVE-141 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    AVG-42 Estero — Eleanor Madalitso McCausland (Converted from unnamed American merchant ship, reclassified ACV-42 in 1942, reclassified again as CVE-42 in 1943 on transfer to the United Kingdom, renamed HMS Premier, given pennant D23 for World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States and converted to merchant service, was scrapped in 1974; adopted by South Africa, renamed SAS Premier with pennant R23, given Royal Navy pennant R23 for administrative purposes, re-designated CVE-142 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    AVG-43 Jamaica — Bahayah Ilma Hukaymah Mylius (Converted from unnamed merchant ship, reclassified ACV-43 in 1942, reclassified again as CVE-43 on transfer to the United Kingdom, renamed HMS Shah, given pennant D21 for World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States and converted to merchant service, was scrapped in 1966; adopted by Pakistan, renamed PNS Śāh with pennant R02, given Royal Navy pennant R21 for administrative purposes, re-designated CVE-143 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    AVG-44 Keweenaw — Aliveni Jhumpa Robertson আলিভেনি ঝুম্পা রবার্টসন (Converted from unnamed mercantile ship, acquired by the United States Navy in 1942, reclassified ACV-44 later that year, reclassified again as CVE-44 in 1943 on transfer to the United Kingdom, renamed HMS Patroller with pennant D07 for World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States and converted to mercantile service as SS Almkerk, was scrapped in 1974; adopted by Bangladesh, renamed BNS Ṭahaladāra BNS টহলদার with pennant R07, given Royal Navy pennant R07 for administrative purposes, re-designated CVE-144 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    AVG-45 McClure — Yushfa Hazeema Baker (Converted from unnamed mercantile ship, acquired by the United States Navy and named, reclassified ACV-45 later that year and was renamed USS Prince, reclassified again as CVE-45 in 1943 on transfer to the United Kingdom, renamed HMS Rajah with pennant D10 for World War Two, returned to the United States in 1946 and converted to mercantile service as SS Drente, was scrapped in 1975; adopted by Pakistan, renamed PNS Rājā with pennant R04, given Royal Navy pennant R00 for administrative purposes, re-designated CVE-145 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    AVG-46 Niantic — Ruhaimah Inaya Yeomans (Converted from unnamed mercantile ship, acquired by the United States Navy in 1942, reclassified ACV-46 in 1942, reclassified again as CVE-46 in 1943 on transfer to the United Kingdom, renamed HMS Ranee with pennant D03 for World War Two, returned to the United States in 1946 and converted to mercantile use as SS Friesland, was scrapped in 1974; adopted by Pakistan, renamed PNS Rānī with pennant R05, given Royal Navy pennant R03 for administrative purposes, re-designated CVE-146 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    AVG-47 Perdido — Rabiyah Beverly Cooper/Rabiyah bint-Ghasān Āl Sa'īd (Converted from unnamed mercantile ship, acquired by the United States Navy in 1942, reclassified ACV-47 later that year, reclassified CVE-47 in 1943 on transfer to the United Kingdom, renamed HMS Trouncer with pennant D85 for World War Two, returned to the United States in 1946, converted to mercantile use as as SS Greystroke Castle, was scrapped in 1967; adopted by Oman, renamed SBSU Sūratu l-Fatḥi with pennant Ḥ85, given Royal Navy pennant R85 for administrative purposes, re-designated CVE-147 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    AVG-48 Sunset — Pernilla Embla Davis (Converted from unnamed mercantile ship, acquired by the United States Navy in 1942, reclassified ACV-48 later that year, reclassified again as CVE-48 in 1943 on transfer to the United Kingdom, renamed HMS Thane with pennant D48 for World War Two, damaged beyond economical repair by torpedo strike in 1945 by KMS U-1172 in the Irish Sea, decommissioned later that year, returned to the United States, was subsequently scrapped; adopted by Sweden, renamed HMS Tëgn with pennant H48, given Royal Navy pennant R48 for administrative purposes, re-designated CVE-148 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    AVG-49 Saint Andrews — Kristine Jennifer D'Arcy (Converted from unnamed mercantile ship, acquired by the United States Navy in 1942, reclassified ACV-49 later that year, reclassified again as CVE-49 in 1943 on transfer to the United Kingdom, renamed HMS Queen [second of name] with pennant D19 for World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States and converted to mercantile service as SS Roebiah, was scrapped in 1972; adopted by Belgium, renamed MB Koning with pennant P19, given Royal Navy pennant R19 for administrative purposes, re-designated CVE-149 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    AVG-50 Saint Joseph — Nora Patricia Currey/Nora Padraigín Ó Curraigh (Converted from unnamed mercantile ship, acquired by the United States Navy in 1942, reclassified ACV-50 later that year, reclassified again as CVE-50 in 1943 on transfer to the United Kingdom, renamed HMS Ruler with pennant D72 for World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States and was scrapped; adopted by Ireland, renamed Ardrí with pennant R72, given Royal Navy pennant R72 for administrative purposes, re-designated CVE-150 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *


    AVG-51 Saint Simon — Rhetta Cokkie Harry (Converted from unnamed mercantile ship, acquired by the United States Navy in 1942, reclassified ACV-51 later that year, reclassified again as CVE-51 in 1943 on transfer to the United Kingdom, renamed HMS Arbiter with pennant D31 for World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States and converted to mercantile service as SS Coracero, was scrapped in 1972; adopted by the Netherlands, renamed ZrMs Arbitrage with pennant V6, given Royal Navy pennant R30 for administrative purposes, re-designated CVE-151 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    AVG-52 Vermillion — Sidsel Hildelith Pelly (Converted from unnamed mercantile ship, acquired by the United States Navy in 1942, reclassified ACV-52 later that year, reclassified again as CVE-52 in 1943 on transfer to the United Kingdom, renamed HMS Smither with pennant D55 for World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States and converted to mercantile service as SS Artillero, was wrecked off Guernsey in 1967 and scrapped later that year; adopted by Norway, renamed KNM Knuser with pennant H55, given Royal Navy pennant R55 for administrative purposes, re-designated CVE-152 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    AVG-53 Willapa — Roberta Eleanor Shannon Bidwell (Converted from unnamed merchant ship, reclassified ACV-53 in 1942, reclassified CVE-53 in 1943 on transfer to the United Kingdom, renamed HMS Puncher, given pennant D79 for World War Two, manned by Royal Canadian Navy personnel, decommissioned in 1946 and returned to the United States, converted for merchantile service and was scrapped in 1973; adopted by Canada and renamed HMCS Puncher with hull number CVE-79/PAE-79, re-designated CVE-153 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    AVG-54 Winjah — Joan Francine Hannah Sawyer (Converted from unnamed mercantile ship, acquired by the United States Navy in 1942, reclassified ACV-54 later that year, reclassified again as CVE-54 in 1943 on transfer to the United Kingdom, renamed HMS Reaper with pennant D82 for World War Two, decommissioned in 1946, returned to the United States and converted to mercantile service as SS South Africa Star, was scrapped in 1967; adopted by South Africa, renamed SAS Reaper with pennant R82, given Royal Navy pennant R82 for administrative purposes, re-designated CVE-154 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *


    SANGAMON-CLASS ESCORT AIRCRAFT CARRIER
    AVG-26 USS Sangamon — Jayne Hyemi Duncan 제인 혜미 던컨 (Built as civilian tanker SS Esso Trenton, acquired by the United States Navy in 1940, renamed and given hull number AO-28, converted to aircraft carrier in 1942, reclassified ACV-26 later that year, reclassified CVE-26 in 1943, damaged beyond economical repair by kamikaze air strike in 1945 by Imperial Japanese Army aircraft near the Kerama-shotō, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan; was under repair at war's end, converted to merchant use, was scrapped in 1960; adopted by Korea, renamed TMK Tok-to TMK 독도 with hull number HM-10, re-designated CVE-126 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    AVG-27 USS Suwannee — Joaquina Rosalía Lannom y Mendoza de Alborán (Built as civilian tanker SS Markay, acquired by the United States Navy in 1941, renamed and given hull number AO-33, converted to aircraft carrier 1942, reclassified ACV-27 later that year, reclassified CVE-27 in 1943, decommissioned in 1947, reclassified CVHE-27 in 1955, was scrapped in 1962; adopted by Spain, renamed BSM Alborán with pennant P05, re-designated CVE-127 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    AVG-28 USS Chenango — Ximena Haydée Mays y Sanjurjo de Alhucemas (Built as civilian tanker SS Esso New Orleans, acquired by the United States Navy in 1941, renamed and given hull number AO-31, converted to aircraft carrier in 1942, reclassified ACV-28 later that year, reclassified CVE-28 in 1943, decommissioned in 1946, reclassified CVHE-28 in 1955, was scrapped in 1960; adopted by Spain, renamed BSM Alhucemas with pennant P06, re-designated CVE-128 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    AVG-29 USS Santee — Wendi Gretta Bette Hatch, Freiin von Richtofen (Resembles fan art of KMS Manfred von Richtofen by X-kulon, Deviant Art ID #916766034, built as civilian tanker SS Esso Seakay, acquired by the United States Navy in 1940, renamed and given hull number AO-29, converted to aircraft carrier in 1942, reclassified ACV-29 later that year, reclassified again as CVE-29 in 1943, decommissioned in 1946, reclassified CVHE-29 in 1955, was scrapped in 1960; adopted by Germany, renamed DMS Manfred von Richtofen with pennant F5, re-designated CVE-129 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *


    AVENGER-CLASS ESCORT AIRCRAFT CARRIER
    AVG-30 Charger — Thelma Lane Sprague (Converted from merchant ship SS Rio de la Plata, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1942, renamed HMS Charger, given pennant D27 for World War Two; transfer rescinded later that year, ship restored to American control without name change, given new hull number ACV-30, reclassified CVE-30 in 1943, decommissioned in 1946, converted to merchant service, damaged beyond economical repair by engine room fire in 1969, was scrapped later that year; re-designated CVE-130 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    BAVG-2 (no name) — Amy Paula Colthurst (Converted from merchant ship SS Rio-Hudson, not given warship name, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1942, renamed HMS Avenger, given pennant D14 for World War Two, was sunk by torpedo strike later that year by KMS U-155 south of west from Chiclana de la Frontera, Cádiz Province, Spain; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant R41, re-designated CVE-102 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    BAGV-3 (no name) — Louise Andrea Christiana Boswell (Converted from American merchant ship SS Rio-Parana, not given warship name, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1942, renamed HMS Biter, given pennant D97 for World War Two; transferred to France in 1945, renamed PA Dixmude with pennant A609, decommissioned in 1965, returned to the United States, was sunk as target in 1966 in the Mediterranean Sea by elements of United States Sixth Fleet; adopted by France under local name with pennant P5, given Royal Navy pennant R98 for administrative purposes, re-designated CVE-103 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    BAVG-4 (no name) — Rhea Bernadette Davies (Converted from American merchant ship SS Rio de Janeiro, not given warship name, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1942, renamed HMS Dasher, given pennant D37 for World War Two, was sunk by internal explosion in 1943 east of northeast from Brodick, Ayrshire and Arran, Scotland; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant R37, re-designated CVE-104 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *


    CASABLANCA-CLASS ESCORT AIRCRAFT CARRIER
    AVG-55 Alazon Bay — Wilma Wendy Gallaway (Resembles Azur Lane self, reclassified ACV-55 in 1942, was to be named HMS Ameer [second of name], pending transfer to the United Kingdom cancelled, renamed USS Casablanca on launching in 1943, reclassified CVE-55 later that year, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped the following year; serves under second American name, re-designated CVE-155 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    ACV-56 USS Liscome Bay — Iva Dorothy Wiltsie (Reclassified CVE-56 in 1943, was sunk by torpedo strike later that year by THG I-175 south-southwest of Butaritari Island, Kiribati; re-designated CVE-156 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    ACV-57 Alikula Bay — Hallie Wynne Taylor (Renamed Coral Sea and reclassified CVE-57 during construction in 1943, renamed again as USS Anzio the following year, decommissioned in 1946, redesignated CVHE-57 in 1955, was scrapped in 1959; serves under third name, re-designated CVE-157 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    AVG-58 Anguilla Bay — Rose Lynn Bowman (Ordered as HMS Atheling [second of name], pending transfer to the United Kingdom cancelled, renamed USS Corregidor on launching in 1943, reclassified CVE-58 later that year, decommissioned in 1946; transferred to the Military Sealift Command and recommissioned as USNS Corregidor in 1951, reclassified T-CVU-58 in 1955, decommissioned for the second time in 1958, was scrapped the following year; serves under second American name, re-designated CVE-158 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    CVE-59 USS Mission Bay — Lucy Yvonne Rees (Decommissioned in 1947, was scrapped in 1959; re-designated CVE-159 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    AVG-60 Astrolabe Bay — Victoria Toyŏng Gallery 빅토리아 도영 갤러리 (Resembles Warship Girls self, reclassified ACV-60 in 1942, renamed USS Guadalcanal on launching the following year, reclassified CVU-60 later in 1943, decommissioned in 1946, redesignated CVU-60 in 1955, was scrapped in 1959; adopted by Korea, renamed TMK Mara-do TMK 마라도 with hull number HM-11; re-designated CVE-160 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    ACV-61 Burcareli Bay — Boyce Lisa Braun (Renamed USS Manila Bay on launching in 1943, reclassified CVE-61 later that year, decommissioned in 1946, reclassified CVU-61 in 1955, was scrapped in 1959; serves under second name, re-designated CVE-161 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    CVE-62 USS Natoma Bay — Honour Lana Meadow (Originally intended for transfer to the United Kingdom as HMS Begum [second of name], transfer cancelled, decommissioned in 1946, reclassified CVU-62 in 1955, was scrapped in 1969; re-designated CVE-162 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    AVG-63 Chapin Bay — Hélène Noelle Coultier (Reclassified ACV-63 in 1943, renamed Midway in 1943, renamed USS Saint Lo, reclassified as CVE-63 later that year, was sunk by kamikaze air attack in 1944 during the Battle of Leyte Gulf by Imperial Japanese Navy land-based aircraft east of Guiuan, Eastern Samar, the Philippines; serves under third name, adopted French spelling USS Saint Lô, re-designated CVE-163 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list) *
    ACV-64 Didrickson Bay — Wendy Ghādah Switzer/Ghādah bint-Wīndal ad-Darnah aṭ-Ṭarābulus (Renamed USS Tripoli before launching in 1943, reclassified as CVE-64 later that year, decommissioned in 1946, recommissioned in 1952; reclassified as CVU-64 in 1955, decommissioned in 1958, transferred to the Military Sealift Command while in reserve as USNS Tripoli with new hull number T-CVU-64 later that year, was scrapped in 1960; adopted by Libya, renamed SDL Darnah with pennant Ḥ64, re-designationed CVE-164 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *


    ACV-65 Dolomi Bay — Hannah Rose Tague (Renamed USS Wake Island in 1943 prior to launching, reclassified CVE-65 later that year, heavily damaged by kamikaze strike in 1945 near Okinawa, decommissioned the following year, was scrapped later in 1946; serves under second name, re-designated CVE-165 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    ACV-66 Elbour Bay — Mary Elaine Mitscher (Renamed USS White Plains in 1943 prior to launching, reclassified CVE-66 later that year, decommissioned in 1946, reclassified CVU-66 in 1955 while in reserve, was scrapped in 1958; serves under second name, re-designated CVE-166 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    ACV-67 Emperor — Mollie Elsie Crist (Intended for transfer to the Royal Navy as HMS Pybus, transfer cancelled, renamed Nassuk Bay in 1943, renamed again as USS Solomons before launching later that year, reclassified CVE-67 later still in 1943, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped the following year; serves under third American name, re-designated CVE-167 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    ACV-68 USS Kalinin Bay — Anna Mary Updegraff (Reclassified CVE-68 before launching in 1943, heavily damaged in storm two years later while on delivery mission from San Diego, California to Yokosuka, Japan; decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped later that year; re-designated CVE-168 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    ACV-69 USS Kasaan Bay — Erika Elisabeth Grow, Freiin von Loewenhardt (Reclassified CVE-69 before launch in 1943, decommissioned in 1946, reclassified CVHE-69 in 1955 while in reserve, was scrapped in 1960; adopted by Germany, renamed DMS Erich Loewenhardt with pennant F6, re-designated CVE-169 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    ACV-70 USS Fanshaw Bay — Joan Lily Kenworthy (Reclassified CVE-70 before launching in 1943, decommissioned in 1946, reclassified CVHE-70 while in reserve in 1955, was scrapped in 1959; re-designated CVE-170 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    ACV-71 USS Kitkun Bay — Emmanuelle Arielle Cruise (Reclassified CVE-71 in 1943 prior to commissioning, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped later that year; re-designated CVE-171 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    ACV-72 Fortazela Bay — Josephine Callie Cronin (Renamed USS Tulagi in 1943 prior to launching, reclassified CVE-72 later that year, decommissioned in 1946, was subsequently scrapped; serves under second name, re-designated CVE-172 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    ACV-73 USS Gambier Bay — Honore Chloe Zitzewitz (Resembles Kantai Collection self, reclassified as CVE-73 before launching in 1943, was sunk by gunfire in 1944 during the Battle of Leyte Gulf by multiple Imperial Japanese Navy warships of Force "A" south of east from Borongan, Eastern Samar, the Philippines; re-designated CVE-173 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    CVE-74 USS Nehenta Bay — Hollie Àilián Butterfield 霍莉·爱濂·巴特菲爾德 (Decommissioned in 1946, reclassified CVU-74 in 1955 while in reserve, reclassified again as AKV-24 in 1959, was scrapped the following year; adopted by Taiwan, renamed ZMZ Pénghú ZMZ 澎湖 with hull number HC-5, re-designated CVE-174 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *


    CVE-75 USS Hoggatt Bay — Valentina Úrsula Saunders y Haro Guzmán de los Faisanes (Decommissioned in 1946, reclassified CVHE-75 in 1955 while in reserve, reclassified as AKV-25 in 1959, was scrapped the following year; adopted by Spain, renamed BSM Konpantzia with pennant P07, re-designated CVE-175 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    CVE-76 USS Kadasahan Bay — Rosemary Níngchéng Hunter 羅莎瑪麗·寧诚·亨特 (Decommissioned in 1946, reclassified CVU-76 in 1955 while in reserve, reclassified AKV-26 in 1959, was scrapped the following year; adopted by Taiwan, renamed ZMZ Jīnmén ZMZ 金門 with hull number HC-6, re-designated CVE-176 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    CVE-77 Kanalku Bay — Charlene Poyŏng Greber 샤를린 보영 그레버 (Renamed USS Marcus Island in 1943 before launching, decommissioned in 1946, reclassified CVHE-77 in 1955 while in reserve, reclassified AKV-27 in 1959, was scrapped the following year; adopted by Korea, renamed TMK Paengnyŏng-do TMK 백령도 with hull number HM-12, re-designated CVE-177 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    CVE-78 Kaita Bay — Cathy Malisa Eckstrom (Renamed USS Savo Island in 1943 before launching, decommissioned in 1946, reclassified CVHE-78 in 1955 while in reserve, reclassified AKV-28 in 1959, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the Solomon Islands, renamed RSIPV Alialia with pennant P11, re-designated CVE-178 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    CVE-79 USS Ommaney Bay — Lisa Helen Young (Damaged beyond economical repair by kamikaze air strike in 1945 by Imperial Japanese Navy land-based aircraft; was scuttled by torpedo strike from USS Burns west of Culasi, Antique, the Philippines; re-designated CVE-179 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    CVE-80 USS Petrof Bay — Janneke Lisanne Kane (Decommissioned in 1946, reclassified CVU-80 in 1955 while in reserve, was scrapped in 1959; adopted by Belgium, renamed MB Vlaanderen with pennant P20, re-designated CVE-180 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    CVE-81 USS Rudyerd Bay — Susanna Cristiana Smiley di Venezia (Decommissioned in 1946, reclassified CVU-81 in 1955 while in reserve, reclassified AKV-29 in 1959, was scrapped the following year; adopted by Italy, renamed MM Laguna with pennant P7, re-designated CVE-181 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    CVE-82 USS Saginaw Bay — Flora Cornelia Sutton (Decommissioned in 1946, reclassified CVHE-82 in 1955 while in reserve, was scrapped in 1960; adopted by the Netherlands, renamed ZrMs Zuiderzee with pennant V7, re-designated CVE-182 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    CVE-83 USS Sargent Bay — Théodora Wanda Rassieur (Decommissioned in 1946, reclassified CVU-83 in 1955 while in reserve, was scrapped in 1959; adopted by Belgium, renamed MB Waloneye with pennant P21, re-designated CVE-183 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    CVE-84 USS Shamrock Bay — Terri Fènróng Ward 特里·奮容·沃德 (Decommissioned in 1946, reclassified CVU-84 in 1955 while in reserve, was scrapped in 1958; adopted by Taiwan, renamed ZMZ Mǎzǔ ZMZ 馬祖 with hull number HC-7, re-designated CVE-184 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *


    CVE-85 USS Shipley Bay — Emelina Teófila Neale y Hashim de Sulu (Decommissioned in 1946, reclassified CVU-85 in 1955 while in reserve, was scrapped in 1961; adopted by the Philippines, renamed BRP Sulu with hull number CV-14, re-designated CVE-185 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    CVE-86 USS Sitkoh Bay — Guadalupe Rosalinda Lockhart y Kebungsuwan de Maguindanao (Decommissioned in 1946, transferred to the Military Sealift Command in 1950 and recommissioned as USNS Sitkoh Bay, reclassified T-CVE-86; decommissioned the second time in 1954, reclassified CVU-86 in 1958 while in reserve, reclassified AKV-86 the following year, was scrapped in 1960; adopted by the Philippines, renamed BRP Maguindanao with hull number CV-15, re-designated CVE-186 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    CVE-87 USS Steamer Bay — Stacey Teller (Decommissioned in 1946, reclassified CVHE-87 in 1955 while in reserve, was scrapped in 1959; re-designated CVE-187 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    CVE-88 Tananek Bay — Rhoda Wendy Bockius (Renamed USS Cape Esperance in 1943 prior to launching, decommissioned in 1946, transferred to the Military Sealift Command in 1950 and recommissioned as USNS Cape Esperance, reclassified T-CVE-88, reclassified again as T-CVU-88 in 1955; decommissioned the second time in 1959, was scrapped two years later; serves under second name, re-designated CVE-188 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    CVE-89 USS Takanis Bay — Allison Renée Brady (Decommissioned in 1946, reclassified CVU-89 in 1955 while in reserve, was scrapped in 1960, re-designated CVE-189 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    CVE-90 USS Thetis Bay — Donna Elizabeth Wilcox (Decommissioned in 1946, reclassified CVHA-1 in 1955 on reconstruction to assault ship, recommissioned the following year; reclassified LPH-6 in 1959, decommissioned the second time in 1964, was scrapped two years later; re-designated CVE-190 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    CVE-91 Ulitaka Bay — Kelley Wynter Berner (Renamed USS Makassar Strait in 1943, decommissioned in 1946, reclassified CVU-91 in 1955, authorized as target ship in 1958, grounded off San Nicolas Island, California; wreck still used as target; serves under second name, re-designated CVE-191 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    CVE-92 USS Windham Bay — Carmelita Yamilé Oexle y Matampay de Lanao (Decommissioned in 1946; transferred to the Military Sealift Command and recommissioned as USNS Windham Bay in 1950, reclassified T-CVE-92 that year, reclassified CVU-92 in 1955, decommissioned the second time in 1959, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the Philippines, renamed BRP Lanao with hull number CV-16, re-designated CVE-192 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    CVE-93 USS Makin Island — Willow Brittany Whaley (Decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped the following year; re-designated CVE-193 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    CVE-94 Alazon Bay — Georgia Alice Tabitha Washburn (Renamed USS Lunga Point on launching in 1944, decommissioned in 1946, reclassified CVU-94 in 1955, reclassified AKV-32 in 1959, was scrapped the following year; serves under second name, re-designated CVE-194 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list)


    CVE-95 Alikula Bay — Julia Lane Pratt (Renamed USS Bismarck Sea on launching in 1944, was sunk by kamikaze air strike in 1945 during the Battle of Iō-tō [Iwo-jima] by Japanese land-based aircraft south of southwest from Minami-iōtō, Tōkyō-to, Japan; serves under second name, re-designated CVE-195 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    CVE-96 Anguilla Bay — Josephina Iva Taylor (Renamed USS Salamaua on launching in 1944, damaged by kamikaze air strike the following year during the invasion of Lingayen Gulf near Lingayen, Pangasinan, the Philippines; decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped that year; serves under second name, re-designated CVE-196 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    CVE-97 Astrolabe Bay — Lucy Charlotte Lee (Second of name, renamed USS Hollandia in launching in 1944, decommissioned in 1947, reclassified CVU-97 in 1955, reclassified AKV-33 in 1959, was scrapped the following year; serves under second name, re-designated CVE-197 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    CVE-98 Bucareli Bay — Rosalie Cameron Warrack (Renamed USS Kwajalein on launching in 1944, decommissioned in 1946, reclassified CVU-98 in 1955, reclassified AKV-34 in 1959, was scrapped two years later; adopted by the Marshall Islands, renamed RMIS Kuwajleen with pennant P98, re-designated CVE-198 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    CVE-99 Chaplin Bay — Mary Eleanor Ann Gouin (Renamed USS Admiralty Islands on launching in 1944, damaged due to landing accident the following year off the coast of Japan, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped the following year; serves under second name, re-designated CVE-199 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    CVE-100 Didrickson Bay — Alice Corrine Bond (Renamed USS Bougainville on launching in 1944, damaged due to Typhoon Connie the following year near Okinawa, decommissioned in 1946, reclassified CVU-100 in 1955, reclassified AKV-35 in 1959, was scrapped the following year; serves under second name, re-designated CVE-200 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    CVE-101 Dolomi Bay — Lois Wynne Erdmann (Renamed USS Matakinau on launching in 1944, decommissioned in 1946, reclassified CVHE-101 in 1955, reclassified AKV-36 in 1959, was scrapped the following year; serves under second name, re-designated CVE-201 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    CVE-102 Elbour Bay — Hannah Francine MacComsey (Renamed USS Attu on launching in 1944, damaged due to Typhoon Connie the following year near Okinawa, decommissioned in 1946, would have been acquired by pre-Israeli resettlement the following year, purchase cancelled, was scrapped in 1949; serves under second name, re-designated CVE-202 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    CVE-103 Alava Bay — Paula Hilda Lyon (Renamed USS Roi on launching in 1944, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped later that year; serves under second name, re-designated CVE-203 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    CVE-104 Tonowek Bay — Lynne Allison Pope (Renamed USS Munda on launching in 1944, decommissioned in 1946, reclassified CVU-104 in 1955, was scrapped in 1960; serves under second name, re-designated CVE-204 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)


    COMMENCEMENT BAY-CLASS ESCORT AIRCRAFT CARRIER
    CVE-105 Saint Joseph Bay — Rhonda Lisa Bowman (Renamed USS Commencement Bay before launching in 1944, decommissioned in 1946, reclassified as helicopter carrier CVHE-105 in 1955, reclassified again as cargo/aircraft ferry AKV-37 in 1959, was scrapped in 1972; serves under second name, re-designated CVE-205 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    CVE-106 USS Sunset Bay — Maria Florence Hughes (Renamed USS Block Island [second of name] on commissioning in 1944, decommissioned in 1954, was scrapped in 1960; reverted to original name to prevent confusion with escort aircraft carrier USS Block Island [CVE-121], re-designated CVE-206 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list) *
    CVE-107 Saint Andrews Bay — Katharine Lynn Rice (Renamed USS Gilbert Islands on commissioning in 1944, decommissioned from 1946-51, decommissioned again in 1955, reclassified as cargo/aircraft gerry AKV-39 in 1959, converted to major communications relay ship AGMR-1 in 1961, renamed USS Annapolis [third of name], decommissioned for final time in 1976, was scrapped three years later; reverted to second name to prevent confusion with heavy cruiser USS Annapolis [CA-153], re-designated CVE-207 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list) *
    CVE-108 Vermillion Bay — Jean Wendy King (Renamed USS Kula Gulf on commissioning in 1945, decommissioned from 1946-51, decommissioned again from 1955-65, was reclassified as cargo/aircraft ferry AKV-8 in 1959, decommssioned for final time in 1969, was scrapped two years later; serves under second name, re-designated CVE-208 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    CVE-109 Willapa Bay — Josephine Wynter Harris (Renamed USS Cape Gloucester on commissioning in 1945, decommissioned the next year, redesignated as helicopter carrier CVHE-109 in 1955, reclassified again as cargo/aircraft ferry AKV-9 in 1959, was scrapped in 1971; serves under second name, re-designated CVE-209 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    CVE-110 Winjah Bay — Willow Charlene Holt (Renamed USS Salerno Bay on commissioning in 1945, decommissioned from 1947-51, decommissioned for the final time in 1954, reclassified as cargo/aircraft ferry AKV-10 in 1959, was scrapped in 1962; serves under second name, re-designated CVE-210 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    CVE-111 Totem Bay — Roberta Wynne Morse (Renamed USS Vella Gulf on commissioning in 1945, decommissioned the next year, reclassified as helicopter carrier CVHE-111 in 1955, transferred to the Military Sealift Command and recommissioned as cargo/aircraft ferry USNS Vella Gulf with hull number T-AKV-111 in 1960, decommissioned for the final time in 1970 and scrapped the next year; serves under second name, re-designated CVE-211 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    CVE-112 Frosty Bay — Cotton Stacey Ring (Renamed USS Siboney on commissioning in 1945, decommissioned from 1949-50, decommissioned for final time in 1956, reclassified as cargo/aircraft ferry AKV-12 in 1959, was scrapped in 1971; serves under second name, re-designated CVE-212 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    CVE-113 USS Puget Sound — Charlotte Freida Coe (Decommissioned in 1946, reclassified as helicopter carrier CVHE-113 in 1955, reclassifed again as cargo/aircraft ferry AKV-13 in 1959, was scrapped in 1962; re-designated CVE-213 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    CVE-114 Mosser Bay — Rose Valerie Ruble (Renamed USS Rendova on commissioning in 1945, decommissioned 1950-51, decommissioned for final time in 1955, reclassified as cargo/aircraft ferry AKV-14 in 1959, was scrapped in 1971; serves under second name, re-designated CVE-214 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)


    CVE-115 Portage Bay — Helen Brenda Temple (Renamed USS Bairoko on commissioning in 1945, decommissioned for several months in 1950, decommissioned for final time in 1955, was scrapped in 1961; serves under second name, re-designated CVE-215 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    CVE-116 Saint Alberto Bay — Alice Tamsin Turner (Renamed USS Badoeng Strait on commissioning in 1945, decommissioned from 1946-47, decommissioned for final time in 1957, was scrapped in 1972; serves under second name, re-designated CVE-216 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    CVE-117 Saltery Bay — Anne Patricia Storrs (Renamed USS Saidor on commissioning in 1945, decommissioned in 1947, reclassified as helicopter carrier CVHE-117 in 1955, reclassified again as cargo/aircraft ferry AKV-17 in 1959, was scrapped in 1971; serves under second name, re-designated CVE-217 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    CVE-118 Sandy Bay — Betty Veronica Wright (Renamed USS Sicily on commissioning in 1946, decommissioned in 1954, was scrapped in 1960; serves under second name, re-designated CVE-218 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    CVE-119 Trocadero Bay — Doris Tracey Day (Renamed USS Point Cruz on commissioning in 1945, decommissioned from 1947-51, decommissioned again from 1956-65, reclassified as cargo/aircraft ferry AKV-19 in 1957, transferred to the Military Sealift Command and recommissioned as USNS Point Cruz with hull number T-AKV-19, decommssioned for final time in 1971, was scrapped the next year; serves under second name, re-designated CVE-219 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    CVE-120 USS Mindoro — Edwina Rosa Peck (Decommissioned in 1955, reclassified as cargo/aircraft ferry AKV-20 in 1959, was scrapped the next year; re-designated CVE-220 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    CVE-121 USS Rabaul — Alice Adrienne Schade (Never commissioned on completion in 1946, placed directly in reserve, reclassified as helicopter carrier CVHE-121 in 1955, reclassified again as cargo/aircraft ferry AKV-21 in 1959, was scrapped in 1972; re-designated CVE-221 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    CVE-122 USS Palau — Elizabeth Vanna Cleaves (Decommissioned in 1954, was scrapped in 1960; re-designated CVE-222 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    CVE-123 USS Tinian — Grace Lois Woods (Never commissioned on completion in 1946, placed directly in reserve, reclassified as helicopter carrier CVHE-123 in 1955, reclassified again as cargo/aircraft ferry AKV-23 in 1959, was scrapped in 1971; re-designated CVE-223 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    CVE-124 USS Bastogne — Antonia Caitlyn McAuliffe (Cancelled before launch in 1945, was scrapped on slip; re-designated CVE-224 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)


    CVE-125 USS Eniwetok — Harriet Violet Hill (Cancelled before launch in 1945, was scrapped on slip; re-designated CVE-225 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    CVE-126 USS Lingayen — Jessica Barbara Oldendorf (Cancelled before launch in 1945, was scrapped on slip; re-designated CVE-226 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    CVE-127 USS Okinawa — Delia Simone Buckner (Cancelled before launch in 1945, was scrapped on slip; re-designated CVE-227 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list)
    CVE-128 (no name) — Joelle Noelle Lake (Cancelled before construction commenced in 1945, never named; adopted by Canada and renamed HMCS Corman Park with hull number CVE-70/PAE-70, re-designated CVE-228 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    CVE-129 (no name) — Thomasin Talbot (Cancelled before construction commenced in 1945, never named; adopted by Canada and renamed HMCS Crumlin with hull number CVE-71/PAE-71, re-designated CVE-229 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    CVE-130 (no name) — Pénélope Jeanne Mélissa Chaumonot (Cancelled before construction commenced in 1945, never named; adopted by Canada and renamed NCSM Sainte-Foy with hull number CVE-72/PAE-72, re-designated CVE-230 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    CVE-131 (no name) — Theresa Nattress (Cancelled before construction commenced in 1945, never named; adopted by Canada and renamed HMCS Malden with hull number CVE-73/PAE-73, re-designated CVE-231 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    CVE-132 (no name) — Francine Evelyn Cornish (Cancelled before construction commenced in 1945, never named; adopted by Canada and renamed HMCS Saint James with hull number CVE-74/PAE-74, re-designated CVE-232 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    CVE-133 (no name) — Georgine Élisabeth Cartier (Cancelled before construction commenced in 1945, never named; adopted by Canada and renamed NCSM Cartierville with hull number CVE-76/PAE-76, re-designated CVE-233 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    CVE-134 (no name) — Françoise Bérénice Rentschler (Cancelled before construction commenced in 1945, never named; adopted by Canada and renamed NCSM Saint-Hubert with hull number CVE-77/PAE-77, re-designated CVE-234 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    CVE-135 (no name) — Chloé Deschamps de Boishébert et de Raffetot (Cancelled before construction commenced in 1945, never named; adopted by Canada and renamed HMCS Penooek with hull number CVE-78/PAE-78, re-designated CVE-235 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    CVE-136 (no name) — Édith Agnès Brisebois (Cancelled before construction commenced in 1945, never named; adopted by Canada and renamed HMCS Rocky View with hull number CVE-80/PAE-80, re-designated CVE-236 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    CVE-137 (no name) — Chantelle Faye Houghton (Cancelled before construction commenced in 1945, never named; adopted by Canada and renamed HMCS Yale with hull number CVE-81/PAE-81, re-designated CVE-237 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    CVE-138 (no name) — Joséphine Testard de Montigny (Cancelled before construction commenced in 1945, never named; adopted by Canada and renamed NCSM Sainte-Marie with hull number CVE-82/PAE-82, re-designated CVE-238 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *
    CVE-139 (no name) — Angela Napolitano (Cancelled before construction commenced in 1945, never named; adopted by Canada and renamed HMCS Bawating with hull number CVE-83/PAE-83, re-designated CVE-239 to conform with overall United States Navy aircraft carrier list) *


    WOLVERINE-CLASS TRAINING AIRCRAFT CARRIER
    IX-64 USS Wolverine — Jennifer Raye Fairlamb (Converted from passenger ship PS Seeandbee [number 211085] in 1942, decommissioned in 1945 and was scrapped two years later; re-designated CVT-240 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list) *

    SABLE-CLASS TRAINING AIRCRAFT CARRIER
    IX-81 USS Sable — Wanda Kennedy Berner (Converted from passenger ship PS Greater Buffalo [number 223663] in 1942, decommissioned in 1945 and was scrapped in 1948; re-designated CVT-241 to conform with overall aircraft carrier list) *

    Ship Prefix

    AChY — Oniyat Heyl HaYam ("Sea Corps Ship")
    BNS — Bangladesh Naval Ship
    BRP — Barko ng Republika ng Pilipinas ("Ship of the Philippine Republic")
    BSM — Burque de Su Majestad ("His Majesty's Ship")
    DMS — Deutsches Marineschiff ("German Navy Ship") (German Navy ship prefix post-1955)
    HMCS — Her Majesty's Canadian Ship (Royal Canadian Navy English-language ship prefix)
    HMS — Hennes Majestäts Skepp ("His Majesty's Ship") (Royal Swedish Navy ship prefix)
    HMS — Her Majesty's Ship
    — Long Éireannach ("Irish Ship")
    KDM — Kongelige Danske Marine ("Royal Danish Navy")
    KMS — Kriegsmarineschiff ("War Navy Ship") (German Navy ship prefix from 1935-1945)
    KNM — Kongelig Norske Marine ("Royal Norwegian Navy")
    MB — Marineschip van België/Navire Marine de Belgique/Marineschiff von Belgien ("Navy Ship of Belgium")
    NCSM — Navire Canadien de Sa Majesté (Royal Canadian Navy French-language ship prefix)
    ÖMS — Österreichisches Marineschiff ("Austrian Navy Ship")
    PA — Porte-Avions ("Aircraft Carrier") (French Navy type prefix)
    PNS — Pakistan Naval Ship
    PS — Paddle Steamer
    RMIS — Republic of Marshall Islands Ship
    RSIPV — Royal Solomon Islands Police Vessel
    SAS — South African Ship
    SBM — Safīnat el-Bahriat en-Miṣriyya ("Egyptian Naval Ship")
    SBSU — Safīnat al-Baḥriyya as-Sulṭāniyya al-'Umāniyya ("Sultanate of Oman Naval Ship")
    SDL — Safīnah al-Dūlah al-Lībīah ("Ship of the Libyan State")
    SS — Steamship
    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")
    USNS — United States Naval Ship (Civilian-manned naval support ship prefix)
    USS — United States Ship
    VS — Varðskip ("Patrol Ship") (Icelandic Coast Guard ship prefix)
    ZrMs — Zijner Majesteits ("His Majesty's") (Royal Netherlands Navy ship prefix when a king rules)


    Hull classification codes/Pennant superior letters

    A — Navire Auxiliaire ("Auxiliary Ship") (French Navy pennant superior)
    AC — Collier
    ACV — Auxiliary Aircraft Carrier
    AGMR — Major Communications Relay Ship
    AKV — Cargo and Aircraft Ferry
    AO — Fleet Oiler
    AP — Troopship
    AV — Seaplane Carrier
    AVG — Auxiliary Aircraft Ferry
    AVT — Auxiliary Aircraft Transport
    BAVG — British Auxiliary Aircraft Ferry
    CC — Battlecruiser; later Command Ship
    CV — Aircraft Carrier
    CVA — Attack Aircraft Carrier
    CVAN — Nuclear-Powered Attack Aircraft Carrier
    CVB — Large Aircraft Carrier
    CVE/PAE — Escort Aircraft Carrier/Porte-Avions d'Escorte (United States Navy and Royal Canadian Navy hull classification codes)
    CVHA — Helicopter Assault Aircraft Carrier
    CVHE — Helicopter Escort Aircraft Carrier
    CVL — Light Aircraft Carrier
    CVN — Nuclear-Powered Aircraft Carrier
    CVS — Anti-Submarine Warfare Aircraft Carrier
    CVT — Training Aircraft Carrier
    CVU — Utility Aircraft Carrier
    F — Flugmóðurskip ("Aircraft Carrier") (Icelandic Coast Guard pennant superior)
    F — Flugzeugträger ("Aircraft Carrier") (Post-1955 German Navy/Austrian Naval Forces pennant superior)
    H — Hangarfartyg ("Aircraft Carrier") (Royal Swedish Navy pennant superior)
    H — Hangarskib ("Aircraft Carrier") (Royal Danish Navy pennant superior)
    H — Hangarskip ("Aircraft Carrier") (Royal Norwegian Navy pennant superior)
    — Ḥimlat Ṭā'irāt ("Aircraft Carrier") (Egyptian Navy/Royal Navy of Oman/Libyan Navy pennant superior)
    HC — Hángkōngchuán 航空船 ("Aviation Ship") (Republic of China Navy hull classification code)
    HM — Hanggong Moham 항공모함 ("Aircraft Carrier") (Republic of Korea Navy hull classification code)
    IX — Miscellaneous Auxiliary
    LPH — Landing Platform, Helicopter
    M — Noset Metosim ("Aircraft Carrier") (Israeli Navy pennant superior)
    P — Patrol Ship (Marshall Islands Police/Royal Solomon Islands Police universal pennant superior)
    P — Portaviones ("Aircraft Carrier") (Spanish Navy pennant superior)
    P — Porte-Avions ("Aircraft Carrier") (French Navy pennant superior)
    P — Vliegdekschip/Porte-Avions/Flugzeugträger ("Aircraft Carrier") (Belgian Navy pennant superior)
    R — Aircraft Carrier (Modern Royal Navy/Bangladesh Navy/Irish Navy/Pakistani Navy/South African Navy pennant superior; also NATO standard pennant superior) *
    T-AKV — Military Support Command Cargo and Aircraft Ferry
    T-CVU — Military Support Command Utility Aircraft Carrier
    V — Vliegdekschip ("Aircraft Carrier") (Royal Netherlands Navy pennant superior)
    * Note that escort carriers in the Royal Navy were given pennant superior D during World War Two


    Noble title translations

    Freiin — Baroness (Female relative of a holder of a fief within the lands controlled by a higher-ranked leader below a king) (German)
     
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  21. OblivionFan007

    OblivionFan007 I trust you know where the happy button is?

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    So much history, and its only little mentions for each one...
     
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    Pyeknu Cross-Dimensional Magical Sith GIrl

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    Agreed...and this is only one particular type of warship, too!
     
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  23. Threadmarks: United States: Pre-Great War Torpedo Ships
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    More Eagle Union shipgirls, including all the early destroyers, plus the preceeding torpedo boats (which benefits the Bahamas a lot).

    Enjoy!

    KANTAI COLLECTION/AZUR LANE/WARSHIP GIRLS
    LIST OF PRE-GREAT WAR TORPEDO SHIPS/DESTROYERS (UNITED STATES NAVY)

    No./Ship Name — Human Name (Fate)

    TORPEDO BOATS

    CUSHING-CLASS TORPEDO BOAT
    TB-1 USS Cushing — Wendy Blaire Cushing (Decommissioned from 1891-1892; decommissioned the second time in 1898, subsequently used as reserve torpedo training ship at Naval Station Norfolk, Virginia; was sunk as target in 1920; adopted by the Bahamas, renamed HMBS Adelaide with pennant P46) *

    ERICSSON-CLASS TORPEDO BOAT
    TB-2 USS Ericsson — Johanna Ericsson (Decommissioned in 1912, was subsequently sunk as target; adopted by the Bahamas, renamed HMBS Hoffman with pennant P47) *

    FOOTE-CLASS TORPEDO BOAT
    TB-3 USS Foote — Alicia Hunter Foote (Reclassified CTB-1 in 1918, decommissioned the following year, was scrapped in 1920; adopted by the State of Connecticut, renamed CTNS Foote with hull number CTPCT-3) *
    TB-4 USS Rodgers — Julia Janet Rodgers (Reclassified CTB-2 in 1918, decommissioned the following year, was scrapped in 1920; adopted by the State of Maryland, renamed MDNS Rodgers with hull number MDPCT-4) *
    TB-5 USS Winslow — Josie Anna Winslow (Decommissioned in 1910, was sunk as breakwater in 1923 near Sagamore Hill, New York; adopted by the Bahamas, renamed HMBS Colonial Hill with pennant P48) *


    PORTER-CLASS TORPEDO BOAT
    TB-6 USS Porter — Dyan Drew Porter (Decommissioned in 1912, was scrapped that year; adopted by the Bahamas, renamed HMBS Bullock with pennant P49) *
    TB-7 USS Du Pont — Sophia Florence du Pont (Reclassified CTB-3 in 1918, decommissioned the following year, was scrapped in 1920; adopted by the State of New Jersey, renamed NJNS Du Pont with hull number NJPCT-7) *


    ROWAN-CLASS TORPEDO BOAT
    TB-8 USS Rowan — Susanne Catharine Rowan (Decommissioned from 1899-1908; decommissioned for the second time in 1912, was scrapped in 1918; adopted by the Bahamas, renamed HMBS Moore with pennant P61) *

    DAHLGREN-CLASS TORPEDO BOAT
    TB-9 USS Dahlgren — Joann Adele Bernadette Dahlgren (Reclassified CTB-4 in 1918, decommissioned the following year, was scrapped in 1920; adopted by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, renamed PANS Dahlgren with hull number PAPCT-9) *
    TB-10 USS Craven — Twyla Autumn Mackenzie Craven (Decommissioned in 1913, subsequently sunk as target; adopted by the State of New Hampshire, renamed NHNS Craven with hull number NHPCT-10) *


    FARRAGUT-CLASS TORPEDO BOAT
    TB-11 USS Farragut — Danielle Gladys Farragut (Reclassified CTB-5 in 1918, decommissioned the following year, was scrapped later in 1919; adopted by the Bahamas, renamed HMBS Coco with pennant P62) *

    DAVIS-CLASS TORPEDO BOAT
    TB-12 USS Davis — Chanelle Hunter Davis (Decommissioned in 1913, was scrapped in 1920; adopted by the Bahamas, renamed HMBS Farmer with pennant P63) *
    TB-13 USS Fox — Gracelyn Vanna Fox (Decommissioned in 1915, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, renamed MANS Fox with hull number MAPCT-13) *


    MORRIS-CLASS TORPEDO BOAT
    TB-14 USS Morris — Charlene Robyn Morris (Reclassified CTB-6 in 1918, subsequently used as torpedo range tender, decommissioned in 1924, was scrapped that year; adopted by the Bahamas, renamed HMBS Plana with pennant P64) *

    TALBOT-CLASS TORPEDO BOAT
    TB-15 USS Talbot — Jodelle Gussie Talbot (Renamed USS Berceau in 1918 to free name for DD-114, reclassified YFB-3 two years later, decommissioned in 1940, was scrapped in 1944; adopted by the Commonwealth of Kentucky, renamed KYNS Berceau with hull number KYPCT-15) *
    TB-16 USS Gwin — Wanda Gwin (Renamed USS Cyane in 1918, reclassified YFB-4 two years later, decommissioned in 1925, was scrapped that year; adopted by the State of Indiana, renamed INNS Cyane with hull number INPCT-16) *


    MacKENZIE-CLASS TORPEDO BOAT
    TB-17 USS MacKenzie — Allia Simone MacKenzie (Decommissioned in 1912, subsequently transferred to the Florida Naval Militia for training purposes, recommissioned two years later; decommissioned the second time in 1916, subsequently sunk as target ship; adopted by the State of New York, renamed NYNS MacKenzie with hull number NYPCT-17) *
    TB-18 USS McKee — Hilda Wendy McKee (Decommissioned in 1912, was sunk as target in 1920 off Craney Island, Virginia; adopted by the Bahamas, renamed HMBS Arawak with pennant P65) *


    STRINGHAM-CLASS TORPEDO BOAT
    TB-19 USS Stringham — Simone Hope Stringham (Decommissioned in 1913, reclassified CTB-7 in 1918 while in reserve, sank en route to scrapping in 1923 off the Willoughby Spit, Norfolk, Virginia; adopted by the State of New York, renamed NYNS Stringham with hull number NYPCT-19) *

    GOLDSBOROUGH-CLASS TORPEDO BOAT
    TB-20 USS Goldsborough — Lucy Miranda Goldsborough (Decommissioned in 1919, was scrapped that year; adopted by the District of Columbia, renamed DCNS Goldsborough with hull number DCPCT-20) *

    BAILEY-CLASS TORPEDO BOAT
    TB-21 USS Bailey — Bailee Tristin Bailey (Reclassified CTB-8 in 1918, decommissioned the following year, was scrapped in 1920; adopted by the State of New York, renamed NYNS Bailey with hull number NYPCT-21) *

    SOMERS-CLASS TORPEDO BOAT (1898)
    TB-22 USS Somers — Rachel Somers (Built in Germany for the United States, frequently decommissioned and recommissioned from 1901-1914, reclassified CTB-9 in 1918; decommissioned for the final time in 1919, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the Bahamas, renamed HMBS Conception with pennant P66) *

    MANLEY-CLASS TORPEDO BOAT
    TB-23 USS Manley — Joanna Manley (Built in the United Kingdom for the United States, decommissioned in 1914, subsequently assigned as ferry at the United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland; renamed USS Levant in 1918 to release name for DD-74, was scrapped in 1920; adopted by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, renamed MANS Levant with hull number MAPCT-23) *

    BAGLEY-CLASS TORPEDO BOAT
    TB-24 USS Bagley — Willow Bagley (Reclassified CTB-10 in 1918, decommissioned the following year, was scrapped later in 1919; adopted by the Bahamas, renamed HMBS Port Nelson with pennant P67) *
    TB-25 USS Barney — Joanna Barney (Decommissioned from 1916-1917, reclassified CTB-11 in 1918, decommissioned the following year, was scrapped in 1920; adopted by the State of Maryland, renamed MDNS Barney with hull number MDPCT-25) *
    TB-26 USS Biddle — Nora Biddle (Reclassified CTB-12 in 1918, decommissioned the following year, was scrapped in 1920; adopted by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, renamed PANS Biddle with hull number PAPCT-26) *


    BLAKELY-CLASS TORPEDO BOAT
    TB-27 USS Blakely — Josie Blakely (Reclassified CTB-13 in 1918, decommissioned the following year, was scrapped in 1920; adopted by the State of North Carolina, renamed NCNS Blakely with hull number NCPCT-27) *
    TB-28 USS DeLong — Grace Wendy de Long (Reclassified CTB-14 in 1918, decommissioned the following year, was scrapped in 1920; adopted by the Bahamas, renamed HMBS Castaway with pennant P68) *
    TB-29 USS Nicholson — Jennifer Sarah Josepha Wendy Nicholson (Decommissioned in 1909, was subsequently sunk as target; adopted by the Bahamas, renamed HMBS Tilloo with pennant P69) *
    TB-30 USS O'Brien — Judith O'Brien (Decommissioned in 1909, was subsequently sunk as target; adopted by the Bahamas, renamed HMBS Long with pennant P70) *
    TB-31 USS Shubrick — Wanda Bryce Shubrick (Reclassified CTB-15 in 1918, decommissioned the following year, was scrapped in 1920; adopted by the State of South Carolina, renamed SCNS Shubrick with hull number SCPCT-31) *
    TB-32 USS Stockton — Roseanne Freida Stockton (Decommissioned in 1913, was sunk as target in 1916 somewhere in the Atlantic Ocean; adopted by the State of New Jersey, renamed NJNS Stockton with hull number NJPCT-32) *
    TB-33 USS Thornton — Joanne Stephanie Thornton (Reclassified CTB-16 in 1918, decommissioned later that year, was scrapped in 1920; adopted by the State of New Hampshire, renamed NHNS Thornton with hull number NJPCT-33) *
    TB-34 USS Tingey — Tracey Tingey (Reclassified CTB-17 in 1918, decommissioned the following year, was scrapped in 1920; adopted by the Bahamas, renamed HMBS Man-O-War with pennant P71) *
    TB-35 USS Wilkes — Chantelle Wilkes (Decommissioned in 1913, was sunk as target the following year; adopted by the Bahamas, renamed HMBS Marsh with pennant P72) *


    DESTROYERS (Corvette-sized)

    BAINBRIDGE-CLASS DESTROYER
    DD-1 USS Bainbridge — Wynne Bainbridge (Decommissioned and recommissioned multiple times from 1907-1913, decommissioned for the final time in 1919, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the State of New Jersey, renamed NJNS Bainbridge with hull number NJPC-01) *
    DD-2 USS Barry — Janet Barry (Decommissioned and recommissioned frequently from 1908-1913, decommissioned for the final time in 1919, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, renamed PANS Barry with hull number PAPC-02) *
    DD-3 USS Chauncey — Camila Íngrid Chauncey y Moses de Calabarzon (Decommissioned from 1905-1907, was sunk by collision in 1917 with SS Rose west of Gibraltar; adopted by the Philippines, renamed BRP Calabarzon with hull number PC-01) *
    DD-4 USS Dale — Catalina Rosalía Dale y Yarnell de Kalibudtarang (Decommissioned in 1919, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the Philippines, renamed BRP Kalibudtarang with hull number PC-02) *
    DD-5 USS Decatur — Chita Sebastiana Decatur y Chandler de Cagayan (Decommissioned in 1919, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the Philippines, renamed BRP Tuguegarao with hull number PC-03) *
    DD-6 USS Hopkins — Esther Hopkins (Decommissioned in 1919, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the State of Rhode Island, renamed RINS Hopkins with hull number RIPC-6) *
    DD-7 USS Hull — Concepción Irene Hull y Robison de Cordillera (Decommissioned in 1919, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the Philippines, renamed BRP Cordillera with hull number PC-04) *
    DD-8 USS Lawrence — Jennifer Lawrence (Decommissioned in 1919, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the State of New jersey, renamed NJNS Lawrence with hull number NJPC-8) *
    DD-9 USS Macdonough — Georgina Teófila Macdonough y Hellweg de Casas Grandes (Decommissioned in 1919, was scrapped the following year; adopted by Mexico, renamed ARM Casas Grandes with pennant P11) *
    DD-10 USS Paul Jones — Jessica Paula Jones (Decommissioned in 1919, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the State of Maryland, renamed MDNS Paul Jones with hull number MDPC-10) *
    DD-11 USS Perry — Odalis Haydée Perry y Schofield de Topolobampo (Decommissioned in 1919, was scrapped the following year; adopted by Mexico, renamed ARM Topolobampo with pennant P10) *
    DD-12 USS Preble — Eleanor Preble (Decommissioned in 1919, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, renamed MANS Preble with hull number MAPC-12) *
    DD-13 USS Stewart — Chloe Stewart (Decommissioned in 1919, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, renamed PANS Stewart with hull number PAPC-13) *


    TRUXTUN-CLASS DESTROYER
    DD-14 USS Truxtun — Adélie Hyacinthe Thérèse Davis de Truxtun des Cayes (Decommissioned in 1919, converted to mercantile service as MS Truxtun, severely damaged by fire in 1938 at Aux Cayes, Haiti; rebuilt, returned to service until 1956, was subsequently scrapped; adopted by Haiti, renamed NRH Les Cayes with pennant C3) *
    DD-15 USS Whipple — Jacquette Victoire Anaëlle Chase de Whipple de Saint-Marc (Decommissioned in 1919, converted to mercantile service as MS Whipple, was scrapped in 1956; adopted by Haiti, renamed NRH Saint-Marc with pennant C4) *
    DD-16 USS Worden — Juanita Leonor Worden de San Cristóbal (Decommissioned in 1919, converted to mercantile service as MS Worden, was sunk by torpedo strike in 1942 by KMS U-109 east-southeast of Cocoa, Florida; adopted by Nicaragua, renamed BGEN San Cristóbal with hull number BP-2) *


    SMITH-CLASS DESTROYER
    DD-17 USS Smith — Juliette Bryce Smith (Decommissioned in 1919, was scrapped two years later; adopted by the State of Maine, renamed MENS Smith with hull number MEPC-17) *
    DD-18 USS Lamson — Rebeca Hortensia Lamson de Telica (Decommissioned in 1919, was scrapped that year; adopted by Nicaragua, renamed BGEN Telica with hull number BP-3) *
    DD-19 USS Preston — Salomé Urbana Preston de Mombacho (Decommissioned in 1919, was scrapped that year; adopted by Nicaragua, renamed BGEN Mombacho with hull number BP-4) *
    DD-20 USS Flusser — Calixta Vanessa Flusser de Apoyeque (Decommissioned in 1919, was scrapped that year; adopted by Nicaragua, renamed BGEN Apoyeque with hull number BP-5) *
    DD-21 USS Reid — Sabrina Casandra Reid de Cerro Negro (Decommissioned in 1919, was scrapped that year; adopted by Nicaragua, renamed BGEN Cerro Negro with hull number BP-10) *


    PAULDING-CLASS DESTROYER
    DD-22 USS Paulding — Ignacia Adoración Paulding de Concepción (Decommissioned in 1919, transferred to the United States Coast Guard in 1924, renamed USCGD Paulding with hull number CG-17; decommissioned the second time in 1930, restored to United States Navy control, was scrapped in 1934; adopted by Nicaragua, renamed BGEN Concepción with hull number BP-11) *
    DD-23 USS Drayton — Pernelle Drayton (Decommissioned in 1919, was scrapped in 1935; adopted by the State of South Carolina, renamed SCNS Drayton with hull number SCPC-22) *
    DD-24 USS Roe — Florence Alicia Roe (Decommissioned in 1919, transferred to the United States Coast Guard in 1924, renamed USCGD Roe with hull number CG-18; decommissioned the second time in 1930, restored to United States Navy control, was scrapped in 1934; adopted by the State of New York, renamed NYNS Roe with hull number NYPC-24) *
    DD-25 USS Terry — Elizabeth April Terry (Decommissioned in 1919, transferred to the United States Coast Guard in 1924, renamed USCGD Terry with hull number CG-19; decommissioned for the second time in 1930, transferred back to United States Navy control, was scrapped in 1934; adopted by the State of Connecticut, renamed CTNS Terry with hull number CTPC-25) *
    DD-26 USS Perkins — Grace Hope Perkins (Decommissioned in 1919, was scrapped in 1935; adopted by the State of New Hampshire, renamed NHNS Perkins with hull number NHPC-26) *
    DD-27 USS Sterett — Allison Sterett (Decommissioned in 1919, was scrapped in 1935; adopted by the State of Maryland, renamed MDNS Sterett with hull number MDPC-27) *
    DD-28 USS McCall — Ellen Ruth McCall (Decommissioned in 1919, transferred to the United States Coast Guard in 1924, renamed USCGD McCall with hull number CG-14; decommissioned the second time in 1930, returned to United States Navy control, was scrapped in 1934; adopted by the State of South Carolina, renamed SCNS McCall with hull number SCPC-28) *
    DD-29 USS Burrows — Wilma Wanda Burrows (Decommissioned in 1919, transferred to the United States Coast Guard in 1924, renamed USCGD Burrows with hull number CG-10; decommissioned the second time in 1930, returned to United States Navy control, was scrapped in 1934; adopted by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, renamed PANS Burrows with hull number PAPC-29) *
    DD-30 USS Warrington — Lana Warrington (Decommissioned in 1920, was scrapped in 1935; adopted by the Commonwealth of Virginia, renamed VANS Warrington with hull number VAPC-30) *
    DD-31 USS Mayrant — Janet Mayrant (Decommissioned in 1919, was scrapped in 1935; adopted by the State of South Carolina, renamed SCNS Mayrant with hull number SCPC-31) *
    DD-32 USS Monaghan — Jacqueline Roberta Monaghan (Decommissioned in 1919, transferred to the United States Coast Guard in 1924, renamed USCGD Monaghan with hull number CG-15; decommissioned the second time in 1930, was scrapped in 1934; adopted by the State of Washington, renamed WANS Monaghan with hull number WAPC-32) *


    DD-33 USS Trippe — Jasmine Trippe (Decommissioned in 1919, transferred to the United States Coast Guard in 1924, renamed USCGD Trippe with hull number CG-20; decommissioned the second time in 1930, returned to United States Navy control, was scrapped in 1934; adopted by the State of Maryland, renamed MDNS Trippe with hull number MDPC-33) *
    DD-34 USS Walke — Imelda Azucena Walke de Cosigüina (Decommissioned in 1919, was scrapped in 1935; adopted by Nicaragua, renamed BGEN Cosigüina with hull number BP-12) *
    DD-35 USS Ammen — Darlene Ammen (Decommissioned in 1919, transferred to the United States Coast Guard in 1924, renamed USCGD Ammen with hull number CG-8; decommissioned the second time in 1931, restored to United States Navy control, was scrapped in 1934; adopted by the State of Ohio, renamed OHNS Ammen with hull number OHPC-35) *
    DD-36 USS Patterson — Deborah Tracey Patterson (Decommissioned in 1919, transferred to the United States Coast Guard in 1924, renamed USCGD Patterson with hull number CG-16; decommissioned the second time in 1930, restored to United States Navy control, was scrapped in 1934; adopted by the State of New York, renamed NYNS Patterson with hull number NYPC-36) *
    DD-37 USS Fanning — Nora Fanning (Decommissioned in 1919, transferred to the United States Coast Guard in 1924, renamed USCGD Fanning with hull number CG-11; decommissioned the second time in 1930, restored to United States Navy control, was scrapped in 1934; adopted by the State of Connecticut, renamed CTNS Fanning with hull number CTPC-37) *
    DD-38 USS Jarvis — Juliet Candace Jarvis (Decommissioned in 1919, was scrapped in 1935; adopted by the State of New York, renamed NYNS Jarvis with hull number NYPC-38) *
    DD-39 USS Henley — Rosa María Henley de Maderas (Decommissioned in 1919, transferred to the United States Coast Guard in 1924, renamed USCGD Henley with hull number CG-12; decommissioned the second time in 1930, restored to United States Navy control, was scrapped in 1934; adopted by Nicaragua, renamed BGEN Maderas with hull number BP-13) *
    DD-40 USS Beale — Eleanor Franklyn Beale (Decommissioned in 1919, transferred to the United States Coast Guard in 1924, renamed USCGD Beale with hull number CG-9; decommissioned the second time in 1930, restored to United States Navy control, was scrapped in 1934; adopted by the District of Columbia, renamed DCNS Beale with hull number DCPC-40) *
    DD-41 USS Jouett — Jennifer Emily Jouett (Decommissioned in 1919, transferred to the United States Coast Guard in 1924, renamed USCGD Jouett with hull number CG-13; decommissioned the second time in 1930, restored to United States Navy control, was scrapped in 1934; adopted by the Commonwealth of Kentucky, renamed KYNS Jouett with hull number KYPC-41) *
    DD-42 USS Jenkins — Thelma Audrey Jenkins (Decommissioned in 1919, was scrapped in 1935; adopted by the Commonwealth of Virginia, renamed VANS Jenkins with hull number VAPC-42) *


    DESTROYERS (Frigate-sized)

    CASSIN-CLASS DESTROYER
    DD-43 USS Cassin — Sophia Cassin (Decommissioned in 1922, transferred to the United States Coast Guard two years later, renamed USCGD Cassin with hull number CG-1; decommissioned the second time in 1933, restored to United States Navy control, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, renamed PANS Cassin with hull number PAFF-43) *
    DD-44 USS Cummings — Andrea Bobbi Cummings (Decommissioned in 1922, transferred to the United States Coast Guard two years later, renamed USCGD Cummings with hull number CG-3; decommissioned the second time in 1932, restored to United States Navy control, was scrapped two years later; adopted by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, renamed PANS Cummings with hull number PAFF-44) *
    DD-45 USS Downes — Jodie Downes (Decommissioned in 1922, transferred to the United States Coast Guard two years later, renamed USCGD Downes with hull number CG-4; decommissioned the second time in 1932, restored to United States Navy control, was scrapped two years later; adopted by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, renamed MANS Downes with hull number MAFF-44) *
    DD-46 USS Duncan — Sebastiana Manuelita Duncan y Bourbon de Coco (Decommissioned in 1922, was scrapped in 1935; adopted by Nicaragua, renamed BGEN Wangki with hull number FP-15) *


    AYLWIN-CLASS DESTROYER
    DD-47 USS Aylwin — Jeanette Cindy Aylwin (Decommissioned in 1921, was scrapped in 1935; adopted by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, renamed MANS Aylwin with hull number MAFF-47) *
    DD-48 USS Parker — Florentine Andrea Parker (Decommissioned in 1921, was scrapped in 1935; adopted by the State of New York, renamed NYNS Parker with hull number NYFF-48) *
    DD-49 USS Benham — Annette Emily Karen Benham (Decommissioned in 1922, was scrapped in 1935; adopted by the State of New York, renamed NYNS Benham with hull number NYFF-49) *
    DD-50 USS Balch — Gillian Barbara Balch (Decommissioned in 1922, was scrapped in 1935; adopted by the State of Tennessee, renamed TNNS Balch with hull number TNFF-50) *


    O'BRIEN-CLASS DESTROYER
    DD-51 USS O'Brien — Julia O'Brien y Exquemelin de Wawa (Second of name, decommissioned in 1922, was scrapped in 1935; adopted by Nicaragua, renamed BGEN Hauhau with hull number FP-17) *
    DD-52 USS Nicholson — Jane Shannon Juliette Wilma Nicholson (Second of name, decommissioned in 1922, was scrapped in 1936; adopted by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, renamed MANS Nicholson with hull number MAFF-52) *
    DD-53 USS Winslow — Jody Anna Winslow (Second of name, decommissioned in 1922, was scrapped in 1936; adopted by the State of North Carolina, renamed NCNS Winslow with hull number NCFF-53) *
    DD-54 USS McDougal — Danielle Susan McDougal (Decommissioned in 1922, transferred to the United States Coast Guard two years later, renamed USCGD McDougal (CG-6); decommissioned the second time in 1933, transferred back to United States Navy control, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the State of Ohio, renamed OHNS McDougal with hull number OHFF-54) *
    DD-55 USS Cushing — Wilma Brittany Cushing (Second of name, decommissioned in 1920, was scrapped in 1935; adopted by the State of Wisconsin, renamed WINS Cushing with hull number WIFF-55) *
    DD-56 USS Ericsson — Jessamyn Ericsson (Second of name, decommissioned in 1922, transferred to the United States Coast Guard two years later, renamed USCGD Ericsson with hull number CG-5; decommissioned the second time in 1932, restored to United States Navy control, was scrapped two years later; adopted by the State of New York, renamed NYNS Ericsson with hull number NYFF-56) *


    TUCKER-CLASS DESTROYER
    DD-57 USS Tucker — Silvia Tucker (Decommissioned in 1921, transferred to the United States Coast Guard in 1926, renamed USCGD Tucker with hull number CG-23; decommissioned the second time in 1933, restored to United States Navy control, was scrapped in 1936; adopted by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, renamed MANS Tucker with hull number MAFF-57) *
    DD-58 USS Conyngham — Georgia Conyngham (Decommissioned in 1922, transferred to the United States Coast Guard two years later, renamed USCGD Conyngham with hull number CG-2; decommissioned the second time in 1933, restored to United States Navy control, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, renamed PANS Conyngham with hull number PAFF-58) *
    DD-59 USS Porter — Dominga Dolores Porter y Zelaya López (Second of name, decommissioned in 1922, transferred to the United States Coast Guard two years later, renamed USCGD Porter with hull number CG-7; decommissioned the second time in 1933, restored to United States Navy control, was scrapped the following year; adopted by Nicaragua, renamed BGEN Escondido with hull number FP-19) *
    DD-60 USS Wadsworth — Alexandra Scarlett Wadsworth (Decommissioned in 1922, was scrapped in 1936; adopted by the State of Maine, renamed MENS Wadsworth with hull number MEFF-60) *
    DD-61 USS Jacob Jones — Janet Nathalie Jones (Was sunk by torpedo strike in 1917 by SM U-53 southwest of Penzance, Cornwall, England; adopted by the State of Delaware as DENS Jacob Jones with hull number DEFF-61) *
    DD-62 USS Wainwright — Jillian Maria Rachael Wainwright (Decommissioned in 1922, transferred to the United States Coast Guard in 1926, renamed USCGD Wainwright with hull number CG-24; decommissioned the second time in 1934, restored to United States Navy control, was scrapped later that year; adopted by the State of New York, renamed NYNS Wainwright with hull number NYFF-62) *


    SAMPSON-CLASS DESTROYER
    DD-63 USS Sampson — Wynne Tamsyn Sampson (Decommissioned in 1921, was scrapped in 1936; adopted by the State of New York as NYNS Sampson with hull number NYFF-63) *
    DD-64 USS Rowan — Stephanie Clementine Rowan (Second of name, decommissioned in 1922, was scrapped in 1939; adopted by the State of Ohio as OHNS Rowan with hull number OHFF-64) *
    DD-65 USS Davis — Charlene Heather Davis (Second of name, decommissioned in 1922, transferred to the United States Coast Guard in 1926, renamed USCGD Davis with hull number CG-21; decommissioned again in 1933, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts as MANS Davis with hull number MAFF-65) *
    DD-66 USS Allen — Wanda Heather Allen (Decommissioned in 1925, recommissioned in 1940; decommissioned for the second time in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-67 USS Wilkes — Chlöe Wilkes (Second of name, decommissioned in 1922, transferred to the United States Coast Guard in 1926, renamed USCGD Wilkes with hull number CG-25; decommissioned the second time in 1934, was scrapped that year; adopted by the State of New York as NYNS Wilkes with hull number NYFF-67) *
    DD-68 USS Shaw — Janet Shaw (Decommissioned in 1922, transferred to the United States Coast Guard in 1926, renamed USCGD Shaw with hull number CG-22; decommissioned the second time in 1933, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, renamed PANS Shaw with hull number PAFF-68) *


    CALDWELL-CLASS DESTROYER
    DD-69 USS CaldwellJane Ruth Caldwell (Decommissioned in 1922, was scrapped in 1936; adopted by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as PANS Caldwell with hull number PAFF-69) *
    DD-70 USS Craven — Marian Hartley Grylls-Craven (Second of name, decommissioned in 1922, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1940, renamed HMS Lewes with pennant G68; decommissioned the second time in 1945, was scuttled the following year off Sydney, Australia; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F668) *
    DD-71 USS Gwin — Wynonna Gwin (Second of name, decommissioned in 1922, was scrapped in 1939; adopted by the State of Indiana as INNS Gwin with hull number INFF-71) *
    DD-72 USS Conner — Wilhelmina Marian Lucille Astwood-Conner (Decommissioned in 1922, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1940, renamed HMS Leeds with pennant G27; decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped two years later; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F627) *
    DD-73 USS Stockton — Joelle Annabeth Graham-Stockton (Decommissioned in 1922, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1940, renamed HMS Ludlow with pennant G57; decommissioned the second time in 1945, was sunk as target ship later that year east-northeast of Eyemouth, Scotland; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F755) *
    DD-74 USS Manley — Janet Manley (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1930, reclassified AG-28 in 1938, reclassified again as APD-1 in 1940, decommissioned the second time in 1945, was scrapped the following year)


    Ship prefix

    American ship prefixes
    USCGD — United States Coast Guard Destroyer
    USS — United States Ship
    CTNS — State of Connecticut Navy Ship
    DCNS — District of Columbia Navy Ship
    DENS — State of Delaware Navy Ship
    INNS — State of Indiana Navy Ship
    KYNS — Commonwealth of Kentucky Navy Ship
    MANS — Commonwealth of Massachusetts Navy Ship
    MDNS — State of Maryland Navy Ship
    MENS — State of Maine Navy Ship
    NCNS — State of North Carolina Navy Ship
    NHNS — State of New Hampshire Navy Ship
    NJNS — State of New Jersey Navy Ship
    NYNS — State of New York Navy Ship
    OHNS — State of Ohio Navy Ship
    PANS — Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Navy Ship
    RINS — State of Rhode Island Navy Ship
    SCNS — State of South Carolina Navy Ship
    TNNS — State of Tennessee Navy Ship
    VANS — Commonwealth of Virginia Navy Ship
    WANS — State of Washington Navy Ship
    WINS — State of Wisconsin Navy Ship


    Other ship prefixes
    ARM — Armada de la República Mexicana ("Navy of the Mexican Republic")
    BGEN — Buque de Guerra del Ejército de Nicaragua ("Naval Ship of the Army of Nicaragua")
    BRP — Barko ng Republika ng Pilipinas ("Ship of the Republic of the Philippines")
    HMBS — His/Her Majesty's Bahamas Ship
    HMS — His/Her Majesty's Ship
    NRH — Navire de la République d'Haïti ("Ship of the Haitian Republic")
    SM — Seiner Majestäts ("His Majesty's") (German Navy submarine prefix pre-1918)


    Hull classification codes and Pennant superior letters

    United States Navy/Coast Guard hull classification codes
    AG — General Auxiliary Ship
    APD — Auxiliary Transport Destroyer
    CG — Coast Guard Ship (Generic hull code for Coast Guard ships loaned from the Navy)
    CTB — Coastal Torpedo Boat
    DD — Destroyer
    TB — Torpedo Boat
    YFB — Yard Launch


    American state naval militia/national guard hull classification codes
    CTPC — Connecticut Naval Militia Corvette
    CTPCT — Connecticut Naval Militia Torpedo Corvette
    DCPC — District of Columbia Naval Militia Corvette
    DCPCT — District of Columbia Naval Militia Torpedo Corvette
    DEFF — Delaware Naval Militia Frigate
    INFF — Indiana Naval Militia Frigate
    INPCT — Indiana Naval Militia Torpedo Corvette
    KYPC — Kentucky Air National Guard Corvette
    KYPCT — Kentucky Air National Guard Torpedo Corvette
    MAFF — Massachusetts Naval Militia Frigate
    MAPC — Massachusetts Naval Militia Corvette
    MAPCT — Massachusetts Naval Militia Torpedo Corvette
    MDPC — Maryland Naval Militia Corvette
    MDPCT — Maryland Naval Militia Torpedo Corvette
    MEFF — Maine Naval Militia Frigate
    MEPC — Maine Naval Militia Corvette
    NCFF — North Carolina Naval Militia Frigate
    NCPCT — North Carolina Naval Militia Torpedo Corvette
    NHPC — New Hampshire Naval Militia Corvette
    NHPCT — New Hampshire Naval Militia Torpedo Corvette
    NJPC — New Jersey Naval Militia Corvette
    NJPCT — New Jersey Naval Militia Torpedo Corvette
    NYFF — New York Naval Militia Frigate
    NYPC — New York Naval Militia Corvette
    NYPCT — New York Naval Militia Torpedo Corvette
    OHFF — Ohio Naval Militia Frigate
    OHPC — Ohio Naval Militia Corvette
    PAFF — Pennsylvania Naval Militia Frigate
    PAPC — Pennsylvania Naval Militia Corvette
    PAPCT — Pennsylvania Naval Militia Torpedo Corvette
    RIPC — Rhode Island Naval Militia Corvette
    SCPC — South Carolina Naval Militia Corvette
    SCPCT — South Carolina Naval Militia Torpedo Corvette
    TNFF — Tennessee Naval Militia Frigate
    VAPC — Virginia Naval Militia Corvette
    WAPC — Washington Naval Militia Corvette
    WIFF — Wisconsin Naval Militia Frigate


    Other nations hull classification codes/pennant superior letters
    BP — Corbeta de Patrulla ("Patrol Corvette") (Nicaraguan Army hull classification code)
    C — Corvette (Haitian Coast Guard pennant superior)
    F — Frigate (Post-World War Two Royal Navy pennant superior)
    FP — Fragata de Patrulla ("Patrol Frigate") (Nicaraguan Army hull classification code)
    P — Barco Patrullero ("Patrol Ship") (Mexican Navy pennant superior)
    P — Patrol Ship (Royal Bahamas Defence Force universal pennant superior)
    PC — Patrol Corvette (Filipino Navy hull classification code)
    U — Unterseeboot ("Undersea Boat") (German Navy pennant superior)
    Note that in the World Wars, the Royal Navy and the other Commonwealth naval services did not use a uniform pennant superior lettering system matched to ship type.
     
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    OblivionFan007 I trust you know where the happy button is?

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    Huh, do these ones have them attached to the sides or something?
     
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    No, the TBs normally had bow-fitted launchers. It's only when the deck-mounted multi-tube launchers were introduced (can't find out when) did that change.
     
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    So much history about this is so obscure D:
     
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    Agreed, it is.
     
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  28. Threadmarks: United States: Great War Destroyers (Wickes) (Revised)
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    Now the first of two files for Great War destroyers of the Eagle Union, starting with the Wickes-class...

    KANTAI COLLECTION/AZUR LANE/WARSHIP GIRLS
    LIST OF WICKES-CLASS DESTROYERS (UNITED STATES NAVY)

    No./Ship Name — Human Name (Fate)

    DD-75 USS Wickes — Helena Fanna Nash-Wickes (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1930; decommissioned the second time in 1937, recommissioned in 1939, transferred to the United Kingdom the following year, renamed HMS Montgomery with pennant G95; decommissioned the final time in 1944, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F695) *
    DD-76 USS Philip — Prudence Kaitlyn Wallace-Philip (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1930; decommissioned the second time in 1937, recommissioned two years later, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1940, renamed HMS Lancaster with pennant G05; decommissioned the final time in 1945, was scrapped two years later; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F506) *
    DD-77 USS Woolsey — Mackenzie Taylor Woolsey (Was sunk by collision in 1921 by SS Steel Inventor near Coiba Island, Panama; adopted by the State of New York, renamed NYNS Woolsey with hull number NYFF-77) *
    DD-78 USS Evans — Roberta Donna Mansfield-Evans (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1930; decommissioned the second time in 1937, recommissioned two years later, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1940, renamed HMS Mansfield with pennant G76; transferred to Norway later that year without name change, returned to British control in 1942, decommissioned for the final time in 1944, was scrapped the following year; adopted by Norway, renamed KNM Ålesund with pennant J10, given Royal Navy pennant F676 for administrative purposes, not given Royal Canadian Navy hull number) *
    DD-79 USS Little — Gayle Little (Decommissioned 1922, recommissioned as APD-4 in 1940, was sunk by gunfire in 1942 from TH Gunkan-tachi Yūdachi, Hatsuyuki and Murakumo north of Honiara, Solomon Islands; adopted by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, renamed MANS Little with hull number MAPF-4) *
    DD-80 USS Kimberly — Louise Ashley Kimberly (Decommissioned in 1922, was scrapped in 1939; adopted by the State of New York, renamed NYNS Kimberly with hull number NYFF-80) *
    DD-81 USS Sigourney — Annbjørg Heidrun Rebecca Noble-Sigourney (Decommissioned in 1922, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1940, renamed HMS Newport with pennant G54; transferred to Norway without name change in 1941, restored to British control the following year; decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped two years later; adopted by Norway, renamed KNM Sandnes with pennant J12, given Royal Navy pennant F654 for administrative purposes) *
    DD-82 USS Gregory — Francine Holly Gregory (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned as APD-3 in 1940, was sunk by gunfire in 1942 from TH Gunkan-tachi Yūdachi, Hatsuyuki and Murakumo north of Honiara, Solomon Islands)
    DD-83 USS Stringham — Silver Hunter Stringham (Second of name, decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned as APD-6 in 1940, decommissioned the second time in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-84 USS Dyer — Nellie Maye Dyer (Decommissioned in 1922, was scrapped in 1936)


    DD-85 USS Colhoun — Edith Rose Colhoun (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned as APD-2 in 1940, was sunk by air strike in 1942 by Imperial Japanese Navy bombers east-northeast of Honiara, Solomon Islands)
    DD-86 USS Stevens — Terry Hollanda Stevens (Decommissioned in 1922, was scrapped in 1936; adopted by the State of South Carolina, renamed SCNS Stevens with hull number SCFF-86) *
    DD-87 USS McKee — Hunter Wynter McKee (Second of name, decommissioned in 1922, was scrapped in 1936; adopted by the Commonwealth of Kentucky, renamed KYNS McKee with hull number KYFF-87) *
    DD-88 USS Robinson — Georgina Brandy O'Brien Harding-Robinson (Decommissioned in 1922, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1940, renamed HMS Newmarket with pennant G47; decommissioned the second time in 1944, used as aircraft target ship, was scrapped in 1945; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F647) *
    DD-89 USS Ringgold — Regina Hollie Wynne Atkins-Ringgold (Decommissioned in 1922, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1940, renamed HMS Newark with pennant G08; decommissioned the second time in 1945, used as aircraft target ship, was scrapped two years later; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F507) *
    DD-90 USS McKean — Wilma Winter McKean (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned as APD-5 in 1940, was sunk by air attack in 1943 by Imperial Japanese Navy bomber west of Jaba, Bougainville, Papua New Guinea)
    DD-91 USS Harding — Sarah Harding (Decommissioned in 1922, was scrapped in 1936; adopted by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, renamed MANS Harding with hull number MAFF-91) *
    DD-92 USS Gridley — Chelsea Victoria Gridley (Decommissioned in 1922, was scrapped in 1939; adopted by the State of Indiana, renamed INNS Gridley with hull number INFF-92) *
    DD-93 USS Fairfax — Mary Antonia Moens-Fairfax/Maríja Vil'gél'movna Móens-Férfaks Móens-Férfaks Мария Вильгельмовна Моенс-Ферфакс (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1930, transferred to the United Kingdom, renamed HMS Richmond with pennant G88; transferred to the Soviet Union in 1944, renamed ÈM Zhivúchij ЭМ Живучий; decommissioned for the final time in 1949, was scrapped that year; adopted by Russia under local name with pennant 563, given Royal Navy pennant F688 for administrative purposes) *
    DD-94 USS Taylor — Hope Clea Taylor (Decommissioned in 1938, used as damage control hulk at Philadelphia Navy Yard, Pennsylvania; had bow removed in 1942 to help rebuild USS Blakeley, was scrapped in 1945)


    DD-95 USS Bell — Heidi Hannah Bell (Decommissioned in 1922, was scrapped in 1939; adopted by the State of North Carolina, renamed NCNS Bell with hull number NCFF-95) *
    DD-96 USS Stribling — Concordia Kirsten Stribling (Reclassified DM-1 in 1920, decommissioned in 1922, was sunk as target in 1937 off San Pedro, California; adopted by the State of South Carolina, renamed SCNS Stribling with hull number SCFM-1) *
    DD-97 USS Murray — Alexa Murray (Reclassified DM-2 in 1920, decommissioned in 1922, was scrapped in 1936; adopted by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, renamed PANS Murray with hull number PAFM-2) *
    DD-98 USS Israel — Joanna Israel (Reclassified DM-3 in 1920, decommissioned in 1922, was scrapped in 1939)
    DD-99 USS Luce — Stephanie Blair Luce (Reclassified DM-4 in 1920, decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1930; decommissioned the second time the following year, was scrapped in 1936; adopted by the State of New York, renamed NYNS Luce with hull number NYFM-4) *
    DD-100 USS Maury — Matilda Farrah Maury (Reclassified DM-5 in 1920, decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped in 1934; adopted by the Commonwealth of Virginia, renamed VANS Maury with hull number VAFM-5) *
    DD-101 USS Lansdale — Phoebe van Horne Lansdale (Reclassified DM-6 in 1920, decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1930; decommissioned the second time the following year, was scrapped in 1939; adopted by the State of Maryland, renamed MDNS Lansdale with hull number MDFM-6) *
    DD-102 USS Mahan — Alice Theresa Mahan (Reclassified DM-7 on decommissioning in 1920, was scrapped in 1931; adopted by the State of New York, renamed NYNS Mahan with hull number NYFM-7) *
    DD-103 USS Schley — Winter Scarlett Schley (Second of name, decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1940; reclassified as APD-14 in 1943, decommissioned the second time in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-104 USS ChamplinStacey Champlin (Decommissioned in 1922, was sunk, renamed target in 1936; adopted by the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, renamed RINS Champlin with hull number RIFF-104) *


    DD-105 USS Mugford — Janet Mugford (Decommissioned in 1922, was scrapped in 1936; adopted by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, renamed MANS Mugford with hull number MAFF-105) *
    DD-106 USS Chew — Samantha Chew (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1940; decommissioned the second time in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-107 USS Hazelwood — Josephine Hazelwood (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1925; decommissioned the second time in 1930, was scrapped in 1935; adopted by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, renamed PANS Hazelwood with hull number PAFF-107) *
    DD-108 USS Williams — Evelyn Carla Baugh-Williams (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1939, transferred to Canada the following year, renamed HMCS Saint Clair with pennant I65; decommissioned the second time in 1944, used as training hulk, was scrapped in 1946; adopted by Canada under local name with hull number DDE-255/CTE-255, also given Royal Navy pennant F665 for administrative purposes) *
    DD-109 USS Crane — Willow Molly Crane (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1939; decommissioned for the second time in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-110 USS Hart — Eustice Bryce Hart (Reclassified DM-8 in 1920, decommissioned in 1931, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the State of New York, renamed NYNS Hart with hull number NYFM-8) *
    DD-111 USS Ingraham — Deborah Nicole Ingraham (Reclassified DM-9 in 1920, decommissioned in 1922, sunk as a target in 1937 off Pearl Harbour, Hawai'i; adopted by the State of South Carolina, renamed SCNS Ingraham with hull number SCFM-9) *
    DD-112 USS Ludlow — Ashley Caroline Ludlow (Reclassified DM-10 in 1920, decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the State of New York, renamed NYNS Ludlow with hull number NYFM-10) *
    DD-113 USS Rathburne — Josephine Penny Rathburne (Decommissioned in 1923, recommissioned in 1930, reclassified APD-45 in 1944; decommissioned the second time in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-114 USS Talbot — Silver Talbot (Second of name, decommissioned in 1923, recommissioned in 1930, reclassified APD-7 in 1942; decommissioned the second time in 1945, was scrapped the following year)

    DD-115 USS Waters — Dana Waters (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1930, reclassified APD-8 in 1942; decommissioned the second time in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-116 USS Dent — Jodie Helen Dent (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1930, reclassified APD-9 in 1942; decommissioned the second time in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-117 USS Dorsey — Jordan Dorsey (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1930, reclassified DMS-1 in 1942; damaged beyond economical repair by grounding in 1945 near Okinawa, hulk destroyed the following year)
    DD-118 USS Lea — Esther Lea (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1930; decommissioned the second time in 1937, recommissioned in 1939; decommissioned the final time in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-119 USS Lamberton — Bellinda Piper Lamberton (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1930, reclassified AG-21 in 1932 for target-towing duties, reclassified DMS-2 in 1940; reclassified again as AG-21 in 1945, decommissioned the second time in 1946, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-120 USS Radford — Wynter Radford (Decommissioned in 1922, was sunk per the limitations of the London Naval Treaty in 1936; adopted by the Commonwealth of Virginia, renamed VANS Radford with hull number VAFF-120) *
    DD-121 USS Montgomery — Joni Bernice Montgomery (Second of name, decommissioned in 1922, reclassified DM-17 on recommissioning in 1931; decommissioned the second time in 1937, recommissioned in 1939; decommissioned the final time in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-122 USS Breese — Kiera Randi Breese (Decommissioned in 1922, reclassified DM-18 on recommissioning in 1931; decommissioned the second time in 1946, was scrapped that year)
    DD-123 USS Gamble — Penelope Gamble (Decommissioned in 1922, reclassified DM-15 on recommissioning in 1930; decommissioned the second time in 1937, recommissioned two years later; decommissioned the final time in 1945, was scuttled later that year near Apra, Guam)
    DD-124 USS Ramsay — Frannie Muriel Ramsay (Decommissioned in 1922, reclassified DM-16 on recommissioning in 1930; decommissioned the second time in 1937, recommissioned two years later; decommissioned the final time in 1945, was scrapped the following year)

    DD-125 USS Tattnall — Joelle Tattnall (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1930, reclassified APD-19 in 1943; decommissioned the second time in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-126 USS Badger — Olive Charlotte Badger (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1930; decommissioned the second time in 1945, was scrapped that year)
    DD-127 USS Twiggs — Wynter Erica Banks-Twiggs/Evfímija Vil'gél'movna Banks-Tviggs Евфимия Вильгельмовна Бэнкс-Твиггс (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1930; decommissioned the second time in 1937, recommissioned in 1939, transferred to the United Kingdom the following year, renamed HMS Leamington with pennant G19; temporarily loaned to Canada without name change from 1942-1944, transferred to the Soviet Union in 1944, renamed ÈM Zhgúchij ЭМ Жгучий; returned to British control in 1950, was scrapped the following year; adopted by Russia under local name with pennant 561, given Royal Navy pennant F519 for administrative purposes) *
    DD-128 USS Babbitt — Finola Heidi Babbitt (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1930, reclassified AG-102 in 1945 while serving as sonar test ship; decommissioned the second time the following year, was scrapped that year)
    DD-129 USS DeLong — Ginevra Wanda de Long (Second of name, damaged beyond economical repair by grounding in 1921 off Half Moon Bay, California; decommissioned the following year and was scrapped; adopted by the State of New York, renamed NYNS DeLong with hull number NYFF-129) *
    DD-130 USS Jacob Jones — Jacinda Nichelle Jones (Second of name, decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1930, was sunk by torpedo strike in 1942 by KMS U-578 east-southeast of Rehoboth Beach, Delaware) *
    DD-131 USS Buchanan — Stephanie Heidi Beattie-Buchanan (Resembles fan art of self by Ryan Greythorn, Pixiv ID #68697442, decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1930; decommissioned the second time in 1937, recommissioned in 1939, transferred to the United Kingdom the following year, renamed HMS Campbeltown with pennant I42; deliberately rammed into l'Forme Ecluse Louis Joubert, Saint-Nazaire, France in 1942 during Operation: Chariot; ship later destroyed by onboard detonation charges, remnants scrapped post-war; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F642) *
    DD-132 USS Aaron Ward — Farley Helena Eunice Skyrme-Ward (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in rotating reserve in 1930, elevated to full service in 1934; decommissioned the second time in 1937, recommissioned in 1939, transferred to the United Kingdom the following year, renamed HMS Castleton with pennant I23; decommissioned the final time in 1945, was scrapped in 1948; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F623) *
    DD-133 USS Hale — Miriam Wendy Tomkinson-Hale (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1930; decommissioned the second time in 1937, recommissioned two years later, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1940, renamed HMS Caldwell with pennant I20; briefly served in Canada without change of name or pennant, decommissioned for the final time in 1934, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F620, not given Royal Canadian Navy hull number) *
    DD-134 USS Crowninshield — Rayna Diana Heidi Stephanie Parkhurst-Crowninshield/Réjna Rishárovna Párkkherst-Króninshilda Рейна Ришаровна Паркхерст-Крониньшильда (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1930; decommissioned the second time in 1937, recommissioned two years later, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1940, renamed HMS Chelsea with pennant I35; transferred to the Soviet Union in 1944, renamed ÈM Dérzkij ЭМ Дерзкий, returned to British control in 1949, was scrapped that year; adopted by Russia under local name with pennant 556, given Royal Navy pennant F635 for administrative purposes) *


    DD-135 USS Tillman — Eloise Johanna Lee-Tillman (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1930; decommissioned the second time in 1939, transferred to the United Kingdom the following year, renamed HMS Wells with pennant I95; decommissioned the final time in 1945, was scrapped that year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F794) *
    DD-136 USS Boggs — Charlie Stephanie Boggs (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned as AG-19 in 1931 to serve as radio control test ship, reclassified as DMS-3 in 1940, decommissioned the second time in 1946, was scrapped that year)
    DD-137 USS Kilty — Augusta Heidi Kilty (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1939, reclassified as APD-15 in 1943; decommissioned the second time in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-138 USS Kennison — Wynne Willow Kennison (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1939, reclassified as AG-83 in 1944 to serve as as target ship; decommissioned the second time in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-139 USS Ward — Jamie Harmony Ward (Decommissioned in 1921, recommissioned in 1941, reclassified as APD-16 in 1943, was sunk by kamikaze air strike in 1944 east of south from Merida, the Philippines; one main gun preserved at the Minnesota State Capitol, Saint Paul, Minnesota)
    DD-140 USS Claxton — Trudy Elizabeth Fraser-Claxton (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1930, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1940, renamed HMS Salisbury with pennant I52; assigned to Canadian command in 1942, decommissioned for the second time in 1943, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F652, not given Royal Canadian Navy hull number) *
    DD-141 USS Hamilton — Aretha Hamilton (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1930, reclassified as DMS-18 in 1941; reclassified as AG-111 in 1945 to serve as experimental minesweeping test platform, decommissioned the second time later that year, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-142 USS Tarbell — Jocelyn Tarbell (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1930; decommissioned the second time in 1936, recommissioned in 1939; decommissioned for the final time in 1945, was scrapped that year)
    DD-143 USS Yarnall — Alicia Mary Sheffield-Yarnall/Maríja Álanovna Shéffield-Jarnéll Мария Алановна Шеффилд-Ярнелл (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1930; decommissioned the second time in 1936, recommissioned in 1939, transferred to the United Kingdom the following year, renamed HMS Lincoln with pennant G42; transferred to Norway in 1942 without change of name or pennant, returned to British control the following year; transferred to the Soviet unit in 1944 to be used as parts hulk, renamed ÈM Drúzhnyj ЭМ Дружный; decommissioned for the final time in 1952, was scrapped that year; adopted by Russia under local name with pennant 559, given Royal Navy pennant F741 and Royal Norwegian Navy pennant J14 for administrative purposes) *
    DD-144 USS Upshur — Joanne Heidi Upshur (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1930; decommissioned the second time in 1936, recommissioned in 1939, reclassified as AG-103 in 1945 to serve as plane guard test ship; decommissioned for the final time in 1945, was scrapped in 1948)


    DD-145 USS Greer — Jillian Augustina Greer (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1930; decommissioned the second time in 1937, recommissioned in 1939; decommissioned for the final time in 1945, was scrapped that year)
    DD-146 USS Elliot — Richelle McKenna Elliot (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1930, reclassified as DMS-4 in 1940; decommissioned the second time in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-147 USS Roper — Jessica Mary Roper (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1930, reclassified as APD-20 in 1943; decommissioned for the second time in 1945, was scrapped the following year, ship's anchor preserved as memorial at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts)
    DD-148 USS Breckinridge — Joleen Cara Breckinridge (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1930; decommissioned the second time in 1936, recommissioned in 1939, reclassified as AG-112 in 1945 to serve as plane guard test ship; decommissioned for the final time later that year, was scrapped in 1946)
    DD-149 USS Barney — Josslyn Barney (Second of name, decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1930, reclassified as AG-113 in 1945 while serving as training ship; decommissioned for the second time later that year, was scrapped in 1946)
    DD-150 USS Blakeley — Johnna Blakely (Effective second of name, decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1932; decommissioned the second time in 1937, recommissioned in 1939; decommissioned for the final time in 1945, was scrapped later that year; renamed USS Blakely to match spelling of namesake’s family name) *
    DD-151 USS Biddle — Natalie Biddle (Second of name, decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1939, reclassified as AG-114 in 1945 as torpedo boat support ship; decommissioned for the second time later that year, was scrapped in 1946)
    DD-152 USS Du Pont — Shannon Francine du Pont (Second of name, decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1930; decommissioned the second time in 1937, recommissioned in 1939, reclassified as AG-80 in 1944 to serve as aircraft target ship; decommissioned for the final time in 1946, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-153 USS Bernadou — Jewel Baptiste Bernadou (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1930; decommissioned the second time in 1945, was scrapped later that year)
    DD-154 USS Ellis — Genna Heather Ellis (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1930; decommissioned the second time in 1936, recommissioned in 1939, reclassified as AG-155 in 1949 to serve as plane guard test ship; decommissioned for the final time later that year, was scrapped in 1947)


    DD-155 USS Cole — Edna Bailey Cole (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1930, reclassified as AG-166 in 1945 to serve as plane guard test ship; decommissioned the second time later that year, was scrapped in 1947)
    DD-156 USS J. Fred Talbott — Jordan Freida Colleen Talbott (Decommissioned in 1923, recommissioned in 1930, reclassified as AG-81 in 1944 to serve as target ship, decommissioned the second time in 1946, was scrapped that year)
    DD-157 USS Dickerson — Maeve Dickerson (Decommissioned in 1923, recommissioned in 1930, reclassified as APD-21 in 1943, damaged beyond economical repair by kamikaze air strike in 1945, was scuttled southwest of Okinawa)
    DD-158 USS Leary — Clara Florence Leary (Decommissioned in 1923, recommissioned in 1930, was sunk by torpedo attack in 1943 by KMS U-275 north of northeast from Ponta Delgata, the Azores)
    DD-159 USS Schenck — Jayna Finella Schenck (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1930, reclassified as AG-82 to serve as target ship; decommissioned for the second time in 1946, was scrapped that year)
    DD-160 USS Herbert — Hillary Abigail Herbert (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1930, reclassified as APD-22 in 1943; decommissioned the second time in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-161 USS Palmer — Janice Shannon Palmer (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1940 as DMS-5, was sunk by air attack in 1944 in Lingayen Gulf)
    DD-162 USS Thatcher — Marjorie Lane Hill-Thatcher (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1939, transferred to Canada the following year, renamed HMCS Niagara with pennant I57; decommissioned the second time in 1946, was scrapped that year; adopted by Canada under local name with hull number DDE-247/CTE-247, also given Royal Navy pennant F657 for administrative purposes) *
    DD-163 USS Walker — Joanna Grace Walker (Decommissioned in 1922, reclassified as YW-57 in 1939 serving as water tender and damage control hulk, reclassified as IX-44 in 1941, was sunk as target later that year northeast of Hilo, Hawai'i)
    DD-164 USS Crosby — Peronelle Crosby (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1939, reclassified as APD-17 in 1943; decommissioned the second time in 1945, was scrapped the following year)


    DD-165 USS Meredith — Jacqueline Meredith (Decommissioned in 1922, was scrapped in 1936; adopted by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, renamed PANS Meredith with hull number PAFF-165) *
    DD-166 USS Bush — Shannon Wynne Bush (Decommissioned in 1922, was scrapped in 1936; adopted by the State of Delaware, renamed DENS Bush with hull number DEFF-166) *
    DD-167 USS Cowell — Catherine Willow Vanna Tempest Stacey Lepper-Cowell/Ekaterína Kárlovna Lépper-Kóuell Екатерина Карловна Леппер-Коуэлл (Decommissioned in 1922, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1940, renamed HMS Brighton with pennant I08; transferred to Soviet Union in 1944, renamed ÈM Zhárkij ЭМ Жаркий; decommissioned for the final time in 1949, was scrapped that year; adopted by Russia under local name with pennant 560, given Royal Navy pennant F605 for administrative purposes) *
    DD-168 USS Maddox — Anthea Georgette Poe-Maddox/Anfísha Artúrovna Po-Méddoks Анфиша Артуровна По-Меддокс (Decommissioned in 1922, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1940, renamed HMS Georgetown with pennant I40; served under Canadian control from 1942-1943, transferred to the Soviet Union the following year, renamed ÈM Zhóstkij ЭМ Жёсткий; decommissioned the final time in 1949, was scrapped in 1952; adopted by Russia under local name with pennant 562, given Royal Navy pennant F640 for administrative purposes, not given Royal Canadian Navy hull number) *
    DD-169 USS Foote — Vera Allison Wright-Boycott-Foote/Véra Vérovna Uajt-Bókzhott-Fut Вера Веровна Уайт-Бокжотт-Фут (Seconf of name, decommissioned in 1922, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1940, renamed HMS Roxborough with pennant I08; transferred to the Soviet Union in 1944, renamed ÈM Dóblestnyj ЭМ Доблестный; returned to British control in 1949, was scrapped that year; adopted by Russia under local name with pennant 557, given Royal Navy pennant F807 for administrative purposes) *
    DD-170 USS Kalk — Josephine Dana Hamilton-Kalk (Decommissioned in 1922, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1940, renamed HMS Hamilton with pennant I24; transferred to Canada in 1941 without change of name or pennant number, decommissioned in 1945, sank while under tow to be scrapped later that year en route from Cornwallis, Nova Scotia to Baltimore, Maryland; adopted by Canada under local name with hull number DDE-223/CTE-223, also given Royal Navy pennant F624 for administrative purposes) *
    DD-171 USS Burns — Olive Burns (Reclassified DM-11 in 1921, decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped two years later; adopted by the State of North Carolina, renamed NCNS Burns with hull number NCFM-11) *
    DD-172 USS Anthony — Wynne Anthony (Reclassified DM-12 in 1920, decommissioned in 1922, was sunk as target in 1937 off the coast of California; adopted by the State of New York, renamed NYNS Anthony with hull number NYFM-12) *
    DD-173 USS Sproston — Joan Grace Sproston (Reclassified DM-13 in 1920, decommissioned in 1922, was sunk as target in 1937; adopted by the State of Maryland, renamed MDNS Sproston with hull number MDFM-13) *
    DD-174 USS Rizal — Josefina Pamelina Rizal Mercado y Alonso Realonda (Reclassified DM-14 in 1920, decommissioned in 1931, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the Philippines, renamed BRP Antipolo with hull number DM-3) *


    DD-175 USS MacKenzie — Antonia Louise Hayes-MacKenzie (Second of name, decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1939, transferred to Canada the following year, renamed HMCS Annapolis with pennant I04; decommissioned the second time in 1945, was scrapped that year; adopted by Canada under local name with hull number DDE-204/CTE-204, given Royal Navy pennant F704 for administrative purposes) *
    DD-176 USS Renshaw — Wynter Bryce Renshaw (Decommissioned in 1922, was scrapped in 1936; adopted by the State of New York, renamed NYNS Renshaw with hull number NYFF-176) *
    DD-177 USS O'Bannon — Phoebe O'Bannon (Decommissioned in 1922, was scrapped in 1936; adopted by the Commonwealth of Virginia, renamed VANS O'Bannon with hull number VAFF-177) *
    DD-178 USS Hogan — Darlene Hogan (Decommissioned in 1942, recommissioned as DMS-6 in 1940, reclassified as AG-105 in 1945 to serve as target ship; decommissioned the second time later that year, was sunk as target in 1945)
    DD-179 USS Howard — Chelsea Wynne Howard (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned as DMS-7 in 1940, decommissioned the second time in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-180 USS Stansbury — Jayne Stansbury (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned as DMS-8 in 1940; decommissioned the second time in 1945, was scrapped in 1947)
    DD-181 USS Hopewell — Cecilie Britt Therese Melsom-Hopewell (Decommissioned in 1922, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1940, renamed HMS Bath with pennant I17; transferred to Norway the following year without change of name or pennant number, was sunk by torpedo strike in 1942 by KMS U-204 while escorting convoy OG-71 west-southwest of Schull, Ireland; adopted by Norway, renamed KNM Drammen with pennant J11, given Royal Navy pennant F617 for administrative purposes) *
    DD-182 USS Thomas — Shannon Gale Carole Rawson-Thomas/Gál'ja Sélvinovna Rúson-Tómas Галья Селвиновна Русон-Томас (Decommissioned in 1922, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1940, renamed HMS Saint Albans with pennant I15; operated under Norwegian control from 1941-1944, transferred to Soviet Union in 1944, renamed ÈM Dostójnyj ЭМ Достойный; returned to British control in 1949, was scrapped that year; adopted by Russia under local name with pennant 558, given Royal Navy pennant F615 and Royal Norwegian Navy pennant J13 for administrative purposes) *
    DD-183 USS Haraden — Shawna Helen O'Brien-Haraden (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1939, transferred to Canada the following year, renamed HMCS Columbia with pennant I49; decommissioned the second time in 1945, was scrapped that year; adopted by Canada under local name with hull number DDE-250/CTE-250, also given Royal Navy pennant F649 for administrative purposes) *
    DD-184 USS Abbot — Tricia Johnson-Abbot (Decommissioned in 1922, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1940, renamed HMS Charlestown with pennant I21; decommissioned the second time in 1945, was scrapped two years later; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F721) *
    DD-185 USS Bagley — Krystal Honour Julia Lane Phibbs-Bagley-Doran (Second of name, decommissioned in 1922, renamed USS Doran on recommissioning in 1939 to prevent confusion with destroyer USS Bagley [DD-386], transferred to the United Kingdom the following year, renamed HMS Saint Mary's with pennant I12; decommissioned for the second time in 1944, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F612) *


    Ship Prefix

    American federal ship prefix
    USS — United States Ship


    State naval militia/national guard ship prefixes
    CTNS — State of Connecticut Navy Ship
    DCNS — District of Columbia Navy Ship
    DENS — State of Delaware Navy Ship
    INNS — State of Indiana Navy Ship
    KYNS — Commonwealth of Kentucky Navy Ship
    MANS — Commonwealth of Massachusetts Navy Ship
    MDNS — State of Maryland Navy Ship
    MENS — State of Maine Naval Ship
    NCNS — State of North Carolina Navy Ship
    NHNS — State of New Hampshire Navy Ship
    NJNS — State of New Jersey Navy Ship
    NYNS — State of New York Navy Ship
    OHNS — State of Ohio Navy Ship
    PANS — Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Navy Ship
    RINS — State of Rhode Island Navy Ship
    SCNS — State of South Carolina Navy Ship
    TNNS — State of Tennessee Navy Ship
    VANS — Commonwealth of Virginia Navy Ship
    WANS — State of Washington Navy Ship
    WINS — State of Wisconsin Navy Ship


    Other ship prefixes
    BRP — Barko ng Republika ng Pilipinas ("Ship of the Republic of the Philippines")
    ÈM/ЭМ — Èskádrennykh Minonóstsev Эскадренных Миноносев ("Squadron Torpedo Boat") (Russian/Soviet Navy type prefix)
    HMCS — His/Her Majesty's Canadian Ship
    HMS — His/Her Majesty's Ship
    KMS — Kriegsmarineschiff ("War Navy Ship") (German Navy ship prefix from 1935-1945)
    KNM — Kongelig Norske Marine ("Royal Norwegian Navy")


    Hull classification codes and pennant numbers

    United States Navy/Coast Guard hull classification codes
    AG — Miscellaneous Auxiliary
    APD — High Speed Personnel Transport
    DD — Destroyer
    DM — Minelayer Destroyer
    DMS — Minesweeper Destroyer
    IX — Miscellaneous Auxiliary
    YW — Water Tender


    American state naval militia/national guard hull classification codes
    DEFF — Delaware National Guard Frigate
    INFF — Indiana Naval Militia Frigate
    KYFF — Kentucky Air National Guard Frigate
    MAFF — Massachusetts Naval Militia Frigate
    MAPF — Massachusetts Naval Militia Transport Frigate
    MDFM — Maryland Naval Militia Minelaying Frigate
    NCFF — North Carolina Naval Militia Frigate
    NCFM — North Carolina Naval Militia Minelaying Frigate
    NYFF — New York Naval Militia Frigate
    NYFM — New York Naval Militia Minelaying Frigate
    PAFF — Pennsylvania Naval Militia Frigate
    PAFM — Pennsylvania Naval Militia Minelaying Frigate
    RIFF — Rhode Island Naval Militia Frigate
    SCFF — South Carolina Naval Militia Frigate
    SCFM — South Carolina Naval Militia Minelaying Frigate
    VAFF — Virginia Naval Militia Frigate
    VAFM — Virginia Naval Militia Minelaying Frigate


    Other nations hull classification codes/pennant superior letters
    DDE/CTE — Destroyer Escort/Contre-Torpilleur d'Escorte (Royal Canadian Navy hull classification code)
    F — Frigate (Royal Navy pennant superior)
    J — Jagar ("Destroyer") (Royal Norwegian Navy pennant superior)
    U — Unterseeboot ("Submarine") (German Navy pennant superior)
    Note that during World War Two, British Commonwealth ships were listed under a non-uniform pennant superior letter system depending on assignment. Russian Navy warships are allocated three-digit blocks of pennant numbers according to type without pennant superior letters.
     
  29. Threadmarks: United States: Great War Destroyers (Clemson) (Revised)
    Pyeknu

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    And the larger Great War class of destroyers from the Eagle Union...

    KANTAI COLLECTION/AZUR LANE/WARSHIP GIRLS
    LIST OF CLEMSON-CLASS DESTROYERS (UNITED STATES NAVY)

    No./Ship Name — Human Name (Fate)

    DD-186 USS Clemson — Heidi Alysha Clemson (Decommissioned in 1922, reclassified AVD-4 on recommissioning in 1940, reclassified as APD-31 in 1944; decommissioned the second time in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-187 USS Dahlgren — Joleen Adena Bernice Dahlgren (Second of name, decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1932; reclassified AG-91 in 1945 to serve as mine warfare testing ship; decommissioned the second time later that year, was scrapped in 1946)
    DD-188 USS Goldsborough — Louise Magdalene Goldsborough (Second of name, decommissioned in 1922, reclassified AVD-5 on recommissioning in 1940, reclassified as APD-32 in 1944; decommissioned the second time in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-189 USS Semmes — Rayna Semmes (Decommissioned in 1922, transferred to the United States Coast Guard in 1932, renamed USCGD Semmes with hull number CG-20, transferred back to the United States Navy in 1935 as AG-24 to serve as sonar trials test ship; decommissioned the second time in 1946, was scrapped that year)
    DD-190 USS Satterlee — Georgia Blythe O'Brien Harding-Satterlee (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1939, transferred to the United Kingdom the following year, renamed HMS Belmont with pennant H46; was sunk by torpedo strike in 1942 by KMS U-82 while escorting convoy NA-2 southeast of Halifax, Nova Scotia; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F646) *
    DD-191 USS Mason — Clara Lynn de Hauteville Bell-Mason (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1939, transferred to the United Kingdom the following year, renamed HMS Broadwater with pennant H81; was sunk by torpedo strike in 1942 by KMS U-101while escorting convoy SC-48 west of northwest from Belmullet, Ireland; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F581) *
    DD-192 USS Graham — Susanna Alexandra Graham (Damaged beyond economical repair by collision in 1921 with SS Panama off the coast of New Jersey, decommissioned the following year and was scrapped)
    DD-193 USS Abel P. Upshur — Clarence Abeline Gwinner-Upshur (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1928, transferred to the United States Coast Guard in 1930, renamed USCGD Upshur with hull number CG-15; transferred back to the United States Navy in 1934; held in reserve until 1939 when recommissioned, transferred to the United Kingdom the following year, renamed HMS Clare with pennant I14; decommissioned for the final time in 1945, was scrapped that year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F614) *
    DD-194 USS Hunt — Trinity Taylor-Hunt (Decommissioned in 1922, transferred to the United States Coast Guard in 1930, renamed USCGD Hunt with hull number CG-18, returned to the United States Navy in 1934; held in reserve until 1939 when recommissioned, transferred to the United Kingdom the following year, renamed HMS Broadway with pennant H90; decommissioned the final time in 1945, was scrapped two years later; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F690) *
    DD-195 USS Welborn C. Wood — Gwenneth Ellie Corrine Wood (Decommissioned in 1922, transferred to the United States Coast Guard in 1930, renamed USCGD Wood with hull number CG-19, returned to the United States Navy in 1934; held in reserve until 1939 when recommissioned, transferred to the United Kingdom the following year, renamed HMS Chesterfield with pennant I28; decommissioned for the final time in 1945, was scrapped in 1948; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F628) *


    DD-196 USS George E. Badger — Georgia Edna Badger (Decommissioned in 1922, transferred to the United States Coast Guard in 1930, renamed USCGD George E. Badger with hull number CG-16; returned to the United States Navy in 1934, held in reserve until 1940 when recommissioned as AVD-3; reclassified APD-33 in 1944, decommissioned the second time in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-197 USS Branch — Beverly Francine Fitzgerald-Branch (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1939, transferred to the United Kingdom the following year, renamed HMS Beverley with pennant H64; was sunk by torpedo strike in 1943 by KMS U-188 while escorting convoy ON-176 east of Mary's Harbour, Newfoundland and Labrador; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F664) *
    DD-198 USS Herndon — Jennifer Rhoda Kravchenko-Herndon/Dzénni Vínstonovna Krávchenko-Kh'órdon Дженни Винстоновна Кравченко-Хьордон (Decommissioned in 1922, transferred to the United States Coast Guard in 1930, renamed USCGD Herndon with hull number CG-17; returned to the United States Navy in 1934, held in reserve until recommissioned in 1939, transferred to the United Kingdom the following year, renamed HMS Churchill with pennant I45; transferred to Soviet Union in 1944, renamed ÈM Déjatel'nyj ЭМ Деятельный; was sunk by torpedo strike the following year by KMS U-956 while on convoy escort east of Teríberka, Russia; adopted by Russia under local name with pennant 564, given Royal Navy pennant F645 for administrative purposes) *
    DD-199 USS Dallas — Alexa Jayna Dallas (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1925, renamed USS Alexander Dallas in 1945 prior to decommissioning the second time to release original name for new construction, was scrapped that year; operates under second name to prevent confusion with nuclear submarine USS Dallas [SSN-700])
    DD-200 (no name) Aaron Phoebe van Lew (Cancelled before construction in 1919, never named; given name USS Van Lew) *
    DD-201 (no name) — Wendy Cecily Bowser (Cancelled before construction in 1919, never named; given name USS Bowser) *
    DD-202 (no name) — Joëlle Coston (Cancelled before construction in 1919, never named; given name USS Coston) *
    DD-203 (no name) — Donna McNeill Stowe (Cancelled before construction in 1919, never named; given name USS Stowe) *
    DD-204 (no name) — Beverly Tubman (Cancelled before construction in 1919, never named; given name USS Tubman) *
    DD-205 (no name) — Janet May Alcott (Cancelled before construction, never named in 1919; given name USS Alcott) *


    DD-206 USS Chandler — Wynne Easter Chandler (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1930, reclassified DMS-9 in 1940; reclassified as AG-108 in 1945 to serve as gunnery target support ship, decommissioned the second time later that year, was scrapped in 1946)
    DD-207 USS Southard — Sandra Louise Southard (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1930, reclassified DMS-10 in 1940, damaged beyond economical repair after running aground in a typhoon in 1945 at Tsuken Island, Japan; wreck destroyed on site the following year)
    DD-208 USS Hovey — Charlotte Emiline Hovey (Decommissioned in 1923, recommissioned in 1930, reclassified DMS-11 in 1940, was sunk by kamikaze air strike in 1945 by west of Agoo, the Philippines)
    DD-209 USS Long — Joanna Davida Long (Decommissioned in 1923, recommissioned in 1930, reclassified DMS-12 in 1940, was sunk by kamikaze air strike in 1945 north of east from Alaminos, the Philippines)
    DD-210 USS Broome — Julie Lynn Broome (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1930, reclassified AG-96 in 1945 to serve as operational training ship; decommissioned the second time in 1946, was scrapped that year)
    DD-211 USS Alden — Jenessa Alden (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned in 1930; decommissioned the second time in 1945, was scrapped that year)
    DD-212 USS Smith Thompson — Sloane Thompson (Damaged beyond economical repair due to collision in 1936 with USS Whipple in the East China Sea, decommissioned later that year, was scuttled off Subic Bay, the Philippines)
    DD-213 USS Barker — Allison Sloane Barker (Decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped that year)
    DD-214 USS Tracy — Belynda Freida Tracy (Reclassified DM-19 in 1937, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped that year)
    DD-215 USS Borie — Adreana Elaine Borie (Was sunk by combination collision and gunfire in 1943 with KMS U-405 west of Newquay, England)


    DD-216 USS John D. Edwards — Julianne Darlene Edwards (Effective second of name, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped that year)
    DD-217 USS Whipple — Abelia Whipple (Second of name, reclassified AG-117 in 1945 to serve as submarine target ship, decommissioned later that year, was scrapped in 1947)
    DD-218 USS Parrott — Glenda Fortune Parrott (Damaged beyond economical repair by collision in 1944 with SS John Morton at Norfolk, Virginia; decommissioned later that year, was scrapped in 1947)
    DD-219 USS EdsallNoreen Edana Edsall (Resembles Pacific self, was sunk by combined air attack and gunfire in 1942 by fighting elements of the Kidō Butai south of Christmas Island)
    DD-220 USS MacLeish — Kennedy MacLeish (Decommissioned in 1938, recommissioned the following year; reclassified AG-87 in 1945 to serve as target ship, decommissioned the second time in 1946, was scrapped that year)
    DD-221 USS Simpson — Eleanor Simpson (Planned to be reclassified as APD-27 in 1943, conversion cancelled, reclassified as AG-97 in 1945 to serve as target support ship, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped that year)
    DD-222 USS Bulmer — Rosalyn Carlyn Bulmer (Reclassified AG-86 in 1944 to serve as submarine training support ship, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-223 USS McCormick — Alice Agatha McCormick (Decommissioned in 1938, recommissioned the following year; reclassified AG-118 in 1945 to serve as submarine training support ship, decommissioned later that year, was scrapped in 1946)
    DD-224 USS Stewart — Chisato Stewart 千紗都・スチュワート (Resembles fan art done of self by Yorktown CV-5, Pixiv #60350788, second of name, damaged by gun attack in 1942 during the Battle of Badung Strait, was scuttled shortly afterwards at Surabeya, Indonesia; later salvaged by Japan and repaired, renamed THG SK-102 THG 第百二号哨戒艇, not named; recovered at the end of war in 1945 and simply designated USS DD-224, was sunk as target in 1946 near San Francisco, California; adopted by Japan, renamed NKG Nushima NKG ぬしま [沼島] with hull number GK-88) *
    DD-225 USS Pope — Jodene Pope (Was sunk by combined air attack and surface action in 1942 during the Second Battle of the Java Sea by aircraft from THG Ryūjō and an unnamed cruiser west of south from Pangkalan Bun, Indonesia)


    DD-226 USS Peary — Roberta Edwina Peary (Was sunk by air attack in 1942 off Darwin, Australia; one gun preserved as memorial on shore at the USS Peary Memorial, Larrakeyah, Northern Territory, Australia)
    DD-227 USS Pillsbury — Joetta Elaine Pillsbury (Was sunk by gunfire in 1942 during the Second Battle of the Java Sea by TH Gunkan-tachi Arashi and Nowaki east of south from Christmas Island)
    DD-228 USS John D. Ford — Joanna Donna Ford (Reclassified as AG-119 in 1945 to serve as plane guard support ship, decommissioned later that year, was scrapped in 1947)
    DD-229 USS Truxtun — Tamsyn Truxtun (Second of name, was sunk by grounding in 1942 while escorting convoy ON-57 southwest of Saint Lawrence, Newfoundland and Labrador)
    DD-230 USS Paul Jones — Jordan Paula Jones (Effective fifth of name/second of actual name, reclassified AG-120 in 1945 to serve as plane guard support ship, decommissioned later that year, was scrapped in 1948)
    DD-231 USS Hatfield — Josslyn Hatfield (Decommissioned in 1930, placed in rotating reserve commission from 1932-1938, recommissioned to active service in 1939; reclassified AG-84 in 1944 to serve as target towing vessel, decommissioned the final time in 1946, was scrapped that year)
    DD-232 USS Brooks — Josie Brooks (Decommissioned in 1931, placed in rotating reserve commission from 1932-1938, recommissioned to active service in 1939; reclassified APD-10 in 1942, damaged beyond economical repair by kamikaze air strike in 1945 in Lingayen Gulf, decommissioned the final time later that year, was scrapped in 1946)
    DD-233 USS Gilmer — Theresa Wanda Gilmer (Decommissioned in 1938, recommissioned the following year; reclassified APD-11 in 1943, decommissioned the second time in 1946, was scrapped later that year)
    DD-234 USS Fox — Guendolen Vanna Fox (Second of name, decommissioned in 1931, placed in rotating reserve commission from 1932-1938, recommissioned to active service in 1939; reclassified AG-85 in 1944 to serve as target ship, decommissioned the final time in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-235 USS Kane — Eliane Keisha Kane (Decommissioned in 1930, placed in rotating reserve commission from 1932-1938, recommissioned to active service in 1939; reclassified APD-18 in 1943, decommissioned the final time in 1946, was scrapped that year)


    DD-236 USS Humphreys — Josette Humphreys (Decommissioned in 1930, placed in rotating reserve commission from 1932-1938, recommissioned to active service in 1939; reclassified APD-12 in 1942, decommissioned the final time in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-237 USS McFarland — Joëlle Carly McFarland (Reclassified AVD-14 in 1940, reclassified again as DD-237 in 1943, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-238 USS James K. Paulding — Janna Kirsten Paulding (Decommissioned in 1931, was scrapped in 1939)
    DD-239 USS Overton — Mackenzie Callidore Overton (Decommissioned in 1931, placed in rotating reserve commission from 1932-1938, recommissioned to active service in 1939; reclassified APD-23 in 1943, decommissioned for the final time in 1945, was scrapped that year)
    DD-240 USS Sturtevant — Alanna Dionne Sturtevant (Decommissioned in 1931, placed in rotating reserve commission from 1932-1935, recommissioned to active service in 1939; was sunk by accidental mine strike in 1942 north-northwest of Key West, Florida)
    DD-241 USS Childs — Easter Wanda Freida Childs (Reclassified AVD-1 in 1940, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-242 USS King — Francine Reagan King (Decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-243 USS Sands — Brenda Florence Sands (Reclassified APD-13 in 1942, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-244 USS Williamson — Winter Prudence Williamson (Reclassified AVD-2 in 1940, reclassified again as DD-244 in 1943, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-245 USS Reuben James — Rexanne James (Was sunk by torpedo strike in 1941 while on neutrality patrol escorting convoy HX-156 by KMS U-552 west of Galway, Ireland)


    DD-246 USS Bainbridge — Winter Bainbridge (Second of name, decommissioned in 1930, placed in rotating reserve commission from 1932-1937, recommissioned to active service in 1939; decommissioned for the final time in 1945, was scrapped that year)
    DD-247 USS Goff — Nathalie Goff (Decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped that year)
    DD-248 USS Barry — Jacinda Barry (Second of name, reclassified APD-29 in 1944, damaged beyond economical repair by kamikaze air strike in 1945 northwest of Okinawa, decommissioned while deployed, was sunk by additional kamikaze air strike near Kerama Island, Japan)
    DD-249 USS Hopkins — Erynn Hopkins (Second of name, reclassified DMS-13 in 1939, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-250 USS Lawrence — Jaiden Lawrence (Second of name, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-251 USS Belknap — Geena Eustice Belknap (Reclassified AVD-8 in 1940, reclassified APD-34 in 1944, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped that year)
    DD-252 USS McCook — Henrietta Chlöe Kingsley-McCook (Transferred to Canada in 1940 and renamed NCSM Saint Croix with pennant I81, was sunk by torpedo in 1943 while escorting convoys ONS-18 and ON-202 by KMS U-305 east-southeast of Prins Christianssund, Greenland; adopted by Canada under local name with hull number CTE-276/DDE-276, also given Royal Navy pennant F681 for administrative purposes) *
    DD-253 USS McCalla — Raelyn Brooke Stannard-McCalla (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1940, renamed HMS Stanley with pennant I73; was sunk by torpedo strike in 1941 by KMS U-574 while escorting convoy HG-76 south of west from Lisbon, Portugal; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F673) *
    DD-254 USS Rodgers — Susanna Wynne Francine Bennetts-Rodgers (Second of name, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1940, renamed HMS Sherwood with pennant I80; decommissioned in 1943, used as static aircraft target in the River Humber, was scrapped in 1945; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F680) *
    DD-255 USS Osmond Ingram — Orianne Kelley Ingram (Reclassified AVD-9 in 1940, reclassified APD-35 in 1944, decommissioned in 1946, was scrapped that year)


    DD-256 USS Bancroft — Leslie Ruth Clattenburg-Bancroft (Transferred to Canada in 1940 and renamed NCSM Saint Francis with pennant I93, decommissioned in 1945 and was sunk off Cape Cod, Massachusetts en route to scrapping that year; adopted by Canada under local name with hull number CTE-243/DDE-243, also given Royal Navy pennant F693 for administrative purposes) *
    DD-257 USS Welles — Phoebe Glenn Merriman-Welles (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1940, renamed HMS Cameron with pennant I05, damaged beyond economical repair by air attack later that year while in drydock at HMNB Portsmouth, decommissioned in 1943, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F505) *
    DD-258 USS Aulick — Josephine Bostock-Aulick (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1940, renamed HMS Burnham with pennant H82, decommissioned in 1944, was scrapped in 1947; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F802) *
    DD-259 USS Turner — Delilah Turner (Decommissioned in 1922, stripped of name and reclassified YW-56, renamed USS Moosehead and reclassified IX-98 in 1943 to serve as sonar/radar training ship; decommissioned the second time in 1946, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the State of New York, renamed NYNS Turner with hull number NYFF-259) *
    DD-260 USS Gillis — Janet Heidi Gillis (Reclassified AVD-12 in 1940, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-261 USS Delphy — Rachel Delphy (Was wrecked by grounding off Honda Point, California in 1923, wreck scrapped on site)
    DD-262 USS McDermut — Deborah Alice McDermut (Decommissioned in 1929, was scrapped in 1932; adopted by the State of New York, renamed NYNS McDermut with hull number NYFF-262) *
    DD-263 USS Laub — Sienna Rayna Jackie Woods-Laub (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1940, renamed HMS Burwell with pennant H94, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped two years later; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F592) *
    DD-264 USS McLanahan — Morrison Trudy Collier-McLanahan (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1940, renamed HMS Bradford with pennant H72, decommissioned in 1943, served as an accommodation ship, was scrapped in 1946; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F672) *
    DD-265 USS Edwards — Eleanor Beattie-Edwards (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1940, renamed HMS Buxton with pennant H96; transferred to Canada in 1942 without change of name or pennant number; decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped the following year; adopted by Canada, renamed HMCS Thames with hull number DDE-277/CTE-277, also given Royal Navy pennant F595 for administrative purposes) *


    DD-266 USS Greene — Samantha Dana Greene (Decommissioned in 1922, reclassified as AVD-13 on recommissioning in 1950, reclassified APD-36 in 1944, damaged beyond economical condition by grounding in 1945 during Typhoon Louise off Kudaka Island, Japan; wreckage destroyed the following year)
    DD-267 USS Ballard — Earlene June Ballard (Decommissioned in 1922, reclassified as AVD-10 on recommissioning in 1940; decommissioned the second time in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-268 USS Shubrick — Jennifer Alysha Agnew-Shubrick (Second of name, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1940, renamed HMS Ripley with pennant G79; decommissioned in 1944, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F679) *
    DD-269 USS Bailey — Rosalyn Heathcotte-Bailey (Second of name, transferred to the United Kingdom in 1940, renamed HMS Reading with pennant G71; decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped that year; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F571) *
    DD-270 USS Thornton — Janet Shannon Thornton (Second of name, decommissioned in 1922, reclassified as AVD-11 in 1940, damaged beyond economical repair by collision in 1945 off Okinawa with US Ships Ashtabula and Escalante, was later beached at Kerama Island, Japan; wreck destroyed on site after 1957)
    DD-271 USS Morris — Charlene Morris (Second of name, decommissioned in 1922, was scrapped in 1936; adopted by the State of Maine, renamed MENS Morris with hull number MEFF-271) *
    DD-272 USS Tingey — Thelma Tingey (Second of name, decommissioned in 1922, was scrapped in 1936; adopted by the State of Maryland, renamed MDNS Tingey with hull number MDFF-272) *
    DD-273 USS Swasey — Janet Clover Cooper-Swasey (Transferred to the United Kingdom in 1940, renamed HMS Rockingham with pennant G58; damaged beyond economical repair by mine strike in 1944 south of Aberdeen, Scotland, sank while under tow east of Dundee, Scotland; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F658) *
    DD-274 USS Meade — Portia Glynnis Agnew-Meade (Decommissioned in 1939, transferred to the United Kingdom the following year, renamed HMS Ramsey with pennant G60; decommissioned the second time in 1945, was scrapped two years later; adopted by the United Kingdom under local name with pennant F660) *
    DD-275 USS Sinclair — Arlene Sinclair (Decommissioned in 1929, was scrapped in 1935)


    DD-276 USS McCawley — Chlöe Grace McCawley (Decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, renamed PANS McCawley with hull number PAFF-276) *
    DD-277 USS Moody — Wynne Heather Moody (Decommissioned in 1922, recommissioned the following year; decommissioned the second time in 1930, sold to MGM for use as movie prop, was sunk during filming of Hell Below in 1933 off San Pedro, California)
    DD-278 USS Henshaw — Davida Henshaw (Decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped that year)
    DD-279 USS Meyer — Georgette von Lengerke Meyer (Decommissioned in 1929, was scrapped in 1932)
    DD-280 USS Doyen — Charlotte Augustina Doyen (Decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped that year)
    DD-281 USS Sharkey — Willow June Sharkey (Decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-282 USS Toucey — Iona Toucey (Decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-283 USS Breck — Josephine Belle Breck (Decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-284 USS IsherwoodBernadette Freida Isherwood (Decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-285 USS Case — Augusta Linda Case (Decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the State of New York, renamed NYNS Case with hull number NYFF-285) *


    DD-286 USS Lardner — Janet Lana Lardner (Decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-287 USS Putnam — Charity Florence Putnam (Decommissioned in 1929, transferred to civilian service as MV Teapa, was scrapped in 1949; adopted by the State of Illinois, renamed ILNS Putnam with hull number ILFF-287) *
    DD-288 USS Worden — Joanna Lorraine Worden (Second of name, decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the State of New York, renamed NYNS Worden with hull number NYFF-288) *
    DD-289 USS Flusser — Charlene Wynne Flusser (Second of name, decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the State of Maryland, renamed MDNS Flusser with hull number MDFF-289) *
    DD-290 USS Dale — Rhoda Dale (Second of name, decommissioned in 1931, transferred to civilian service as MV Masaya, chartered by the United States Army in 1942, was sunk by air attack later that year near Oro Bay, Papua New Guinea; adopted by the Commonwealth of Virginia, renamed VANS Dale with hull number VAFF-290) *
    DD-291 USS Converse — Georgia Alysha Converse (Decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the State of Vermont, renamed VTNS Converse with hull number VTFF-291) *
    DD-292 USS Reid — Samantha Chelsea Reid (Second of name, decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the State of Connecticut, renamed CTNS Reid with hull number CTFF-292) *
    DD-293 USS Billingsley — Wynter Billingsley (Decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-294 USS Charles Ausburne — Charlene Lana Ausburne (Decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the State of Louisiana, renamed LANS Charles Ausburne with hull number LAFF-294) *
    DD-295 USS Osborne — Wendy Ellen Osborne (Decommissioned in 1930, transferred to civilian use as MV Matagalpa, chartered by the United States Army in 1942, damaged beyond economical repair by fire later that year at Sydney, Australia; was scuttled off Sydney in 1947)


    DD-296 USS Chauncey — Iona Chauncey (Second of name, was wrecked by grounding off Honda Point, California in 1923, wreck scrapped by 1925; adopted by the State of Connecticut, renamed CTNS Chauncey with hull number CTFF-296) *
    DD-297 USS Fuller — Edith Candice Fuller (Was wrecked by grounding off Honda Point, California in 1923, wreck scrapped by 1925; adopted by the Commonwealth of Virginia, renamed VANS Fuller with hull number VAFF-297) *
    DD-298 USS Percival — Jodie Percival (Decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-299 USS John Frances Burnes — Joëlle Francine Burnes (Decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-300 USS Farragut — Dana Glenn Farragut (Second of name, decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped that year; adopted by the State of Tennessee, renamed TNNS Farragut with hull number TNFF-300) *
    DD-301 USS Somers — Rayna Somers (Second of name, decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the State of New Jersey, renamed NJNS Somers with hull number NJFF-301) *
    DD-302 USS Stoddert — Bernadette Stoddert (Reclassified as AG-18 in 1931 to serve as target ship, decommissioned two years later, was scrapped in 1935)
    DD-303 USS Reno — Wanda Ellen Reno (Decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the State of Iowa, renamed IANS Reno with hull number IAFF-303) *
    DD-304 USS Farquhar — Norma von Heldreich Farquhar (Decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped two years later; adopted by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, renamed PANS Farquhar with hull number PAFF-304) *
    DD-305 USS Thompson — Ridley Wynter Thompson (Decommissioned in 1930, transferred to civilian use as floating restaurant in San Francisco, California; acquired by the United States Navy in 1944, was sunk as target later that year east of Foster City, California; adopted by the Commonwealth of Virginia, renamed VANS Thompson with hull number VAFF-305) *


    DD-306 USS Kennedy — Josie Penny Kennedy (Decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped two years later; adopted by the State of Maryland, renamed MDNS Kennedy with hull number MDFF-306) *
    DD-307 USS Paul Hamilton — Paula Hamilton (Effective second of name, decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the State of South Carolina, renamed SCNS Paul Hamilton with hull number SCFF-307) *
    DD-308 USS William Jones — Willow Jones (Effective fourth of name, decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped two years later)
    DD-309 USS Woodbury — Lexa Woodbury (Was wrecked by grounding off Honda Point, California in 1923, wreck scrapped by 1925)
    DD-310 USS S.P. Lee — Samantha Phyllis Lee (Was wrecked by grounding off Honda Point, California in 1923, wreck scrapped by 1925)
    DD-311 USS Nicholas — Sandra Nicholas (Was wrecked by grounding off Honda Point, California in 1923, wreck scrapped by 1925; adopted by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, renamed PANS Nicholas with hull number PAFF-311) *
    DD-312 USS Young — June Young (Was wrecked by grounding off Honda Point, California in 1923, wreck scrapped by 1925; adopted by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, renamed PANS Young with hull number PAFF-312) *
    DD-313 USS Zeilin — Jacinda Zeilin (Decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped that year; adopted by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, renamed PANS Zeilin with hull number PAFF-313) *
    DD-314 USS Yarborough — Giovanna Hannah Yarborough (Decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped two years later)
    DD-315 USS La Vallette — Ellen Augusta Freida la Vallette (Decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the Commonwealth of Virginia, renamed VANS La Vallette with hull number VAFF-315) *


    DD-316 USS Sloat — Joan Darlene Sloat (Decommissioned in 1930, was sunk as target in 1935 off San Diego, California; adopted by the State of New York, renamed NYNS Sloat with hull number NYFF-316) *
    DD-317 USS Wood — Wynter Madeleine Wood (Decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped that year)
    DD-318 USS Shirk — Janette Wynonna Shirk (Decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-319 USS Kidder — Hunter Pansy Kidder (Decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped that year)
    DD-320 USS Selfridge — Tracey Orla Selfridge (Decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped that year; adopted by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, renamed MANS Selfridge with hull number MAFF-320) *
    DD-321 USS Marcus — Arlene Marcus (Decommissioned in 1930, was sunk as target in 1935 off San Diego, California)
    DD-322 USS Mervine — Wynne Mervine (Decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped that year; adopted by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, renamed PANS Mervine with hull number PAFF-322) *
    DD-323 USS Chase — Reagan Chase (Decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the State of New Hampshire, renamed NHNS Chase with hull number NHFF-323) *
    DD-324 USS Robert Smith — Rose Smith (Effective second of name, decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-325 USS Mullany — Jean Rosemary Madeleine Mullany (Decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the State of New York, renamed NYNS Mullany with hull number NYFF-325) *


    DD-326 USS Coghlan — Joanne Bryanne Coghlan (Decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the Commonwealth of Kentucky, renamed KYNS Coghlan with hull number KYFF-326) *
    DD-327 USS Preston — Samantha Wynter Preston (Second of name, decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped two years later)
    DD-328 USS Lamson — Ronnette Heidi Lamson (Second of name, decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the State of Iowa, renamed IANS Lamson with hull number IAFF-328) *
    DD-329 USS Bruce — Florence Bruce (Decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped two years later)
    DD-330 USS Hull — Iona Hull (Second of name, decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the State of Connecticut, renamed CTNS Hull with hull number CTFF-330) *
    DD-331 USS Macdonough — Tamsyn Macdonough (Second of name, decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped that year; adopted by the State of Delaware, renamed DENS Macdonough with hull number DEFF-331) *
    DD-332 USS Farenholt — Orlenda Wynne Farenholt (Decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped the following year; adopted by the State of Texas, renamed TXNS Farenholt with hull number TXFF-332) *
    DD-333 USS Sumner — Andrea Melissa Sumner (Decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped in 1934; adopted by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, renamed MANS Sumner with hull number MAFF-333) *
    DD-334 USS Corry — Wynter Mercy Corry (Decommissioned in 1930, was partially scrapped, hulk abandoned in the Napa River west of American Canyon, California; adopted by the State of Florida, renamed FLNS Corry with hull number FLFF-334) *
    DD-335 USS Melvin — Joan Tracey Melvin (Decommissioned in 1930, was scrapped that year; adopted by the State of Alabama, renamed ALNS Melvin with hull number ALFF-335) *


    DD-336 USS Litchfield — Jasmin Ruth Litchfield (Reclassified AG-95 in 1945 while serving as training support ship, decommissioned later that year, was scrapped in 1946)
    DD-337 USS Zane — Randi Talisha Zane (Decommissioned in 1923, recommissioned in 1930, reclassified DMS-14 in 1940; decommissioned the second time in 1945, was scrapped two years later)
    DD-338 USS Wasmuth — Helena Wasmuth (Reclassified DMS-15 in 1940, was sunk in storm in 1942 off the Aleutian Islands)
    DD-339 USS Trever — Ginevra Alysha Trever (Decommissioned in 1932, recommissioned in 1930, reclassified DMS-16 in 1940; decommissioned the second time in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-340 USS Perry — Olivia Hannah Perry (Second of name, reclassified DMS-17 in 1940, was sunk by mine strike in 1944 east of Ngeaur Island, Palau)
    DD-341 USS Decatur — Stephanie Decatur (Second of name, decommissioned in 1945, was scrapped that year)
    DD-342 USS Hulbert — Heather Lucy Hulbert (Decommissioned inn 1934, recommissioned as AVD-6 in 1940; damaged beyond economical repair by inclement weather in 1943 during the Aleutians campaign in Massacre Bay, reclassified again as DD-342 later that year, decommissioned the second time in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-343 USS Noa — Diana Bonnie Louisa Noa (Decommissioned in 1934, recommissioned in 1940, reclassified APD-24 in 1943, was sunk by collision in 1944 with USS Fullam off Palau)
    DD-344 USS William B. Preston — Willow Belinda Preston (Decommissioned in 1934, recommissioned as AVD-7 in 1940; decommissioned the second time in 1945, was scrapped the following year)
    DD-345 USS Preble — Eden Preble (Second of name, reclassified DM-20 in 1937, reclassified AG-99 in 1945 to serve as plane guard support ship, decommissioned later that year, was scrapped in 1946)
    DD-346 USS Sicard — Montana Sicard (Reclassified DM-21 in 1937, reclassified AG-100 in 1945 to serve as submarine training support ship, decommissioned later that year, was scrapped in 1946)
    DD-347 USS Pruitt — Josie Heidi Pruitt (Reclassified DM-22 in 1937, reclassified as AG-101 in 1945 to serve as submarine support training ship, decommissioned later that year, was scrapped in 1946)


    Ship Prefix

    American federal ship prefixes
    USCGD — United States Coast Guard Destroyer
    USS — United States Ship


    American naval militia/national guard ship prefixes
    ALNS — State of Alabama Navy Ship
    CTNS — State of Connecticut Navy Ship
    DENS — State of Delaware Navy Ship
    FLNS — State of Florida Navy Ship
    ILNS — State of Illinois Navy Ship
    KYNS — Commonwealth of Kentucky Navy Ship
    LANS — State of Louisiana Navy Ship
    MANS — Commonwealth of Massachusetts Navy Ship
    MENS — State of Maine Navy Ship
    MDNS — State of Maryland Navy Ship
    NHNS — State of New Hampshire Navy Ship
    NJNS — State of New Jersey Navy Ship
    NYNS — State of New York Navy Ship
    PANS — Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Navy Ship
    SCNS — State of South Carolina Navy Ship
    TNNS — State of Tennessee Navy Ship
    TXNS — State of Texas Navy Ship
    VANS — Commonwealth of Virginia Navy Ship
    VTNS — State of Vermont Navy Ship


    Other ship prefixes
    ÈM/ЭМ — Èskádrennykh Minonóstsev Эскадренных Миноносев ("Squadron Torpedo Boat") (Russian/Soviet Navy type prefix)
    HMCS — His/Her Majesty's Canadian Ship (Royal Canadian Navy English prefix)
    HMNB — His/Her Majesty's Naval Base
    HMS — His/Her Majesty's Ship
    KMS — Kriegsmarineschiff ("War Navy Ship") (German Navy ship prefix from 1935-1945)
    MV — Motor Vessel
    NCSM — Navire Canadien de Sa Majesté (Royal Canadian Navy French prefix)
    NKG — Nihon-koku Gunkan 日本国軍艦 ("Warship of the State of Japan")
    THG — Tennō Heika Gunkan 天王陛下軍艦 ("Warship of His Majesty the Heavenly Sovereign")


    Hull classification codes and pennant superior letters

    United States Navy/Coast Guard hull classification codes
    AG — Miscellaneous Auxiliary
    APD — High Speed Personnel Transport
    AVD — Fast Seaplane Tender
    CG — Coast Guard Ship
    DD — Destroyer
    DM — Minelayer Destroyer
    DMS — Minesweeper Destroyer
    IX — Miscellaneous Auxiliary
    YW — Water Tender


    State naval militia/national guard hull classification codes
    ALFF — Alabama Naval Militia Frigate
    CTFF — Connecticut Naval Militia Frigate
    DEFF — Delaware Air National Guard Frigate
    FLFF — Florida Naval Militia Frigate
    IAFF — Iowa Air National Guard Frigate
    ILFF — Illinois Naval Militia Frigate
    KYFF — Kentucky Air National Guard Frigate
    MAFF — Massachusetts Naval Militia Frigate
    MDFF — Maryland Naval Militia Frigate
    MEFF — Maine Naval Militia Frigate
    NHFF — New Hampshire Naval Militia Frigate
    NJFF — New Jersey Naval Militia Frigate
    NYFF — New York Naval Militia Frigate
    PAFF — Pennsylvania Naval Militia Frigate
    SCFF — South Carolina Naval Militia Frigate
    TNFF — Tennessee Naval Militia Frigate
    TXFF — Texas Maritime Regiment Frigate
    VAFF — Virginia National Guard Frigate
    VTFF — Vermont Air National Guard Frigate


    Other hull classification codes/pennant superior letters
    DDE/CTE — Destroyer Escort/Contre-Torpilleur d’Escorte (Royal Canadian Navy hull classification code)
    F — Frigate (Royal Navy pennant superior post-1945)
    GK — Goei-kan 護衛艦 ("Guardian Ship") (Japanese Navy hull classification code for frigate/corvette-sized vessels)
    J — Jagar ("Destroyer") (Royal Norwegian Navy pennant superior)
    SK — Shōkai-tei 哨戒艇 ("Patrol Ship") (Imperial Japanese Navy hull classification code)
    U — Unterseeboot ("Submarine") (German Navy pennant superior)
    Note that during World War Two, British Commonwealth ships were listed under a non-uniform pennant superior letter system depending on assignment. Soviet and Russian Navy warships are allocated three-digit blocks of pennant numbers according to type without pennant superior letters.
     
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