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List of destroyers of the United States Navy

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This is a list of destroyers of the United States Navy, sorted by hull number. It includes all of the series DD, DL, DDG, DLG, and DLGN.

CG-47 Ticonderoga and CG-48 Yorktown were approved as destroyers (DDG-47 and DDG-48) and redesignated cruisers before being laid down; it is uncertain whether CG-49 Vincennes and CG-50 Valley Forge were ever authorized as destroyers by the United States Congress (though the fact that the DDG sequence resumes with DDG-51 Arleigh Burke argues that they were).

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Contents

Destroyer types listed

See also List of destroyer classes of the United States Navy. For destroyer escorts, see List of destroyer escorts of the United States Navy, and for destroyer minelayers, see List of mine warfare vessels of the United States Navy.

Destroyer
types
Destroyer DD
Destroyer Leader
(later Frigate) (retired)
DL
Destroyer, Guided Missile DDG
Frigate, Guided Missile
(abolished 30 June 1975)
DLG
Frigate, Guided Missile,
Nuclear-Propulsion
(abolished 30 June 1975)
DLGN

Destroyer leaders

The DL category was established in 1951, with the abolition of the CLK category. CLK 1 became DL 1 and DDs 927–930 became DLs 2–5. By the mid-1950s the term destroyer leader had been dropped in favor of frigate. The DLG sequence was deactivated in the 1975 fleet realignment, most DLGs and DLGNs were reclassified as CGs and CGNs, 30 June 1975. However, DLG 6–15 became DDG 37–46. DL-1 through DL-5 had been decommissioned prior to this time; DLG-6 Farragut through DLG-15 Preble became DDG-37 through DDG-46. DLG-16 Leahy through DLGN-40 Mississippi became CG-16 through CGN-40.

Guided missile destroyers

The guided missile destroyer sequence has three irregularities: four DDGs are numbered as if they were Destroyers in the main sequence (DDG-993, -994, -995 and -996), two were redesignated as guided missile cruisers (CG) (DDG-47 and DDG-48), and two numbers were skipped (DDG-49 and DDG-50). The Zumwalt class picks up at DDG-1000.

Ship list

By hull number Pictures By name

Gun destroyers

Destroyer leader

Guided missile destroyer

†=Not in commission as of January 2019

USS Bainbridge (DD-1)
USS Bainbridge (DD-1)
USS Truxtun (DD-14)
USS Truxtun (DD-14)
USS Smith (DD-17)
USS Smith (DD-17)
USS Paulding (DD-22)
USS Cassin (DD-43)
USS Cassin (DD-43)
USS Aylwin (DD-47)
USS Aylwin (DD-47)
USS O'Brien (DD-51)
USS O'Brien (DD-51)
USS Tucker (DD-57)
USS Tucker (DD-57)
USS Sampson (DD-63)
USS Sampson (DD-63)
USS Caldwell (DD-69)
USS Caldwell (DD-69)
USS Wickes (DD-75)
USS Wickes (DD-75)
USS Buchanan (DD-131)
USS Buchanan (DD-131)
USS Elliot (DD-146)
USS Elliot (DD-146)
USS Cowell (DD-167)
USS Cowell (DD-167)
USS Clemson (DD-186)
USS Clemson (DD-186)
DD-224 through DD-229
DD-224 through DD-229
USS Reuben James (DD-245)
USS Reuben James (DD-245)
USS Farragut (DD-300)
USS Farragut (DD-300)
USS Farragut (DD-348)
USS Farragut (DD-348)
USS Porter (DD-356)
USS Porter (DD-356)
USS Mahan (DD-364)
USS Mahan (DD-364)
USS Gridley (DD-380)
USS Gridley (DD-380)
USS Somers (DD-381)
USS Somers (DD-381)
USS Bagley (DD-386)
USS Bagley (DD-386)
USS Helm (DD-388)
USS Helm (DD-388)
USS Benham (DD-397)
USS Benham (DD-397)
USS Sims (DD-409)
USS Sims (DD-409)
USS Benson (DD-421)
USS Benson (DD-421)
USS Gleaves (DD-423)
USS Gleaves (DD-423)
USS Fletcher (DD-445)
USS Fletcher (DD-445)
USS Stephen Potter (DD-538)
USS Stephen Potter (DD-538)
USS Charles Ausburne (DD-570)
USS Charles Ausburne (DD-570)
USS Killen (DD-593)
USS Killen (DD-593)
USS Braine (DD-630)
USS Braine (DD-630)
USS Wedderburn (DD-684)
USS Wedderburn (DD-684)
USS Ault (DD-698)
USS Ault (DD-698)
USS Allen M. Sumner (DD-692)
USS Allen M. Sumner (DD-692)
USS Gearing (DD-710)
USS Gearing (DD-710)
USS Hawkins (DD-873)
USS Hawkins (DD-873)
USS Forrest Sherman (DD-931)
USS Forrest Sherman (DD-931)
USS Turner Joy (DD-951)
USS Turner Joy (DD-951)
USS Spruance (DD-963)
USS Spruance (DD-963)
USS Kinkaid (DD-965)
USS Kinkaid (DD-965)
USS Nicholson (DD-982)
USS Nicholson (DD-982)
USS Kidd (DDG-993)
USS Kidd (DDG-993)
USS Hayler (DD-997)
USS Hayler (DD-997)
USS Norfolk (DL-1)
USS Norfolk (DL-1)
USS Mitscher (DL-2)
USS Mitscher (DL-2)
USS Farragut (DLG-6)
USS Farragut (DLG-6)
USS Leahy (DLG-16)
USS Leahy (DLG-16)
USS Bainbridge (DLGN-25)
USS Bainbridge (DLGN-25)
USS Belknap (DLG-26)
USS Belknap (DLG-26)
USS California (DLGN/CGN-36)
USS California (DLGN/CGN-36)
USS Gyatt (DDG-1)
USS Gyatt (DDG-1)
USS Charles F. Adams (DDG-2)
USS Charles F. Adams (DDG-2)
West German destroyer Lütjens (D185)
West German destroyer Lütjens (D185)
USS Decatur (DDG-31)
USS Decatur (DDG-31)
USS Mitscher (DDG-35)
USS Mitscher (DDG-35)
USS Farragut (DDG-37)
USS Farragut (DDG-37)
Arleigh Burke (DDG-51)
Arleigh Burke (DDG-51)
USS Milius (DDG-69)
USS Milius (DDG-69)
USS Preble (DDG-88)
USS Preble (DDG-88)
USS Zumwalt (DDG-1000)
USS Zumwalt (DDG-1000)

†=Not in commission as of March 2017

References

  1. ^ Mann, Raymond A. (22 June 2015). "Bainbridge II (Torpedo-boat Destroyer No. 1)". Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships. Naval History and Heritage Command. Retrieved 27 December 2018.
  2. ^ Mann, Raymond A. (23 June 2015). "Barry I (DD-2)". Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships. Naval History and Heritage Command. Retrieved 10 April 2019.

This article incorporates text from the public domain Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships.

This page was last edited on 10 April 2019, at 22:17
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