Class Light Cruiser

Some articles on class, class light cruiser:

List Of World War II Ships - D
... Ship Country Class and type Displacement (tons) First commissioned Fate Dahlgren USA Clemson-class destroyer 1,200 6 January 1920 scrapped 1946 Dale USA Farragut class destroyer 1,365 17 June 1935 scrapped ... Peterson USA Edsall-class destroyer escort 1,250 17 February 1944 decommissioned 1946, scrapped 1972 Dallas USA Clemson-class destroyer 1,200 29 October 1920 ... Cummings USA Buckley-class destroyer escort 1,400 29 June 1944 decommissioned 1947, scrapped 1973 Daniel USA Edsall-class destroyer escort 1,250 24 January ...
List Of Cruiser Classes Of The Imperial Japanese Navy - Light Cruisers
... Ship Builder Class and type Displacement (tons) Commissioned into IJN Fate Abukuma Uraga Dock Company Nagara class light cruiser 5,832 26 May 1925 26 ...
List Of Ship Launches In 1934
... in 1934 Country Builder Location Ship Class Notes 15 February United Kingdom Electra E class destroyer 1 March United Kingdom Ajax Leander class light cruiser 11 ...
List Of World War II Ships - T
... Ship Country Class and type Displacement (tons) First commissioned Fate T13 - T21 Germany 1937 class torpedo boat 1,098 1941/42 Taihō Japan aircraft ...
List Of World War II Ships - R
... Ship Country Class and type Displacement (tons) First commissioned Fate Raimondo Montecuccoli Italy Montecuccoli class light cruiser 3,184 1935 decommissioned 1964 Rajah UK Ruler class escort aircraft ... to USN 29 January 1946, scrapped 31 May 1946 Russell USA Sims class destroyer 1,570 3 November 1939 scrapped 1947 Ryuho Japan aircraft carrier 13,360 ...

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