List of Clemson-class destroyers

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History of ships in the Clemson-class destroyers and their disposition

Ships in class[edit]

The following 156 vessels were built as part of the Clemson class (a further 6 vessels, DD-200 to DD-205 authorised on 6 October 1917, were cancelled on 3 February 1919 without being named):

Hull no. Ship name Builder Keel Laid Commissioned Decommissioned Fate Service notes
First Batch - authorised 6 October 1917
DD186 Clemson Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Company 11 May 1918 29 December 1919 12 October 1945 Sold Redesignated AVP-17, APD-4, and APD-31
DD187 Dahlgren Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Company 8 June 1918 6 January 1920 12 December 1945 Sold Redesignated AG-91
DD188 Goldsborough Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Company 8 June 1918 26 January 1920 11 October 1945 Scrapped Redesignated AVP-18, APD-5, APD-32
DD189 Semmes Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Company 10 July 1918 21 February 1920 2 June 1946 Scrapped Redesignated AG-24; Served with the Coast Guard as CG-20
DD190 Satterlee Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Company 10 July 1918 23 December 1919 8 October 1940 Sunk Served with the Royal Navy as HMS Belmont, sunk 31 January 1942
DD191 Mason Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Company 10 July 1918 28 February 1920 31 March 1922 Sunk Served with the Royal Navy as HMS Broadwater, torpedoed and sunk by U-101 18 October 1941. Lt. John Stanley Parker, RNVR was the first American killed in action whilst serving with the Royal Navy.
DD192 Graham Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Company 7 September 1918 13 March 1920 31 March 1922 Scrapped
DD193 Abel P. Upshur Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Company 20 August 1918 23 December 1920 23 September 1940 Scrapped Served with the Coast Guard as CG-15 and Royal Navy as HMS Clare, scrapped 1945
DD194 Hunt Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Company 20 August 1918 30 September 1920 8 October 1940 Scrapped Served with the Coast Guard as CG-18 and Royal Navy as HMS Broadway, scrapped 1947
DD195 Welborn C. Wood Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Company 24 September 1918 14 January 1921 9 September 1940 Scrapped Served with the Coast Guard as CG-19 and Royal Navy as HMS Chesterfield; scrapped 1947
DD196 George E. Badger Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Company 24 September 1918 28 July 1920 3 October 1945 Scrapped Redesignated AVP-16, AVD-3, and APD-33; Served with the Coast Guard
DD197 Branch Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Company 25 October 1918 26 July 1920 8 October 1940 Sunk Served with the Royal Navy as HMS Beverley, sunk 9 April 1943
DD198 Herndon Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Company 25 November 1918 14 September 1920 9 September 1940 Sunk Served with the Coast Guard as CG-17, Royal Navy as HMS Churchill, and Soviet Union as Deyatelnyi, sunk 16 January 1945
DD199 Dallas Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Company 25 November 1918 29 October 1920 28 July 1945 Scrapped Renamed Alexander Dallas in 1945
Second Batch - authorised 6 October 1917
DD206 Chandler William Cramp and Sons 19 August 1918 5 September 1919 12 November 1945 Sold Redesignated DMS-9
DD207 Southard William Cramp and Sons 18 August 1918 24 September 1919 5 December 1945 Scrapped Redesignated DMS-10
DD208 Hovey William Cramp and Sons 7 September 1918 2 October 1919 7 January 1945 Sunk Redesignated DMS-11
DD209 Long William Cramp and Sons 23 September 1918 20 October 1919 6 January 1945 Sunk Redesignated DMS-12
DD210 Broome William Cramp and Sons 8 October 1918 31 October 1919 20 May 1946 Scrapped Redesignated AG-96
DD211 Alden William Cramp and Sons 24 October 1918 24 November 1919 15 July 1945 Scrapped
DD212 Smith Thompson William Cramp and Sons 14 August 1918 16 August 1919 15 May 1936 Sunk as target Sunk on 25 July 1936
DD213 Barker William Cramp and Sons 30 April 1919 27 December 1919 18 July 1945 Sold
DD214 Tracy William Cramp and Sons 30 April 1919 9 March 1920 19 January 1946 Scrapped Redesignated DM-19
DD215 Borie William Cramp and Sons 30 April 1919 24 March 1920 2 November 1943 Sunk in action Lost after ramming German U-Boat
DD216 John D. Edwards William Cramp and Sons 21 May 1919 6 April 1920 28 July 1945 Scrapped
DD217 Whipple William Cramp and Sons 12 June 1919 23 April 1920 9 November 1945 Scrapped Redesignated AG-117
DD218 Parrott William Cramp and Sons 23 July 1919 11 May 1920 14 June 1944 Scrapped
DD219 Edsall William Cramp and Sons 15 September 1919 26 November 1920 1 March 1942 Sunk in action Sunk during the Battle of Java Sea
DD220 MacLeish William Cramp and Sons 19 August 1919 2 August 1920 8 March 1946 Scrapped Redesignated AG-87
DD221 Simpson William Cramp and Sons 9 October 1919 3 November 1920 March 29, 1946 Scrapped Redesignated APD-27, AG-97
DD222 Bulmer William Cramp and Sons 11 August 1919 16 August 1920 16 August 1946 Sold Redesignated AG-86
DD223 McCormick William Cramp and Sons 11 August 1919 30 August 1920 4 October 1945 Scrapped Redesignated AG-118
DD224 Stewart William Cramp and Sons 9 September 1919 15 September 1920 23 May 1946 Sunk as target Captured by Japanese during World War II, saw service in Imperial Japanese Navy before being recaptured by American forces
DD225 Pope William Cramp and Sons 9 September 1919 27 October 1920 1 March 1942 Sunk in action Sunk during the Battle of the Java Sea
DD226 Peary William Cramp and Sons 9 September 1919 22 October 1920 19 February 1942 Sunk in action Sunk by Japanese aircraft
DD227 Pillsbury William Cramp and Sons 23 October 1919 15 December 1920 2 March 1942 Sunk in action Sunk by Japanese cruisers during surface action
DD228 John D. Ford William Cramp and Sons 11 November 1919 30 December 1920 2 December 1945 Scrapped Redesignated AG-119
DD229 Truxtun William Cramp and Sons 3 December 1919 16 February 1921 18 February 1942 Sank Sank after running aground off Newfoundland
DD230 Paul Jones William Cramp and Sons 23 December 1919 19 April 1921 5 November 1945 Scrapped Redesignated AG-120
Third Batch - authorised 6 October 1917
DD231 Hatfield New York Shipbuilding 10 June 1918 16 April 1920 13 December 1946 Scrapped Redesignated AG-84
DD232 Brooks New York Shipbuilding 11 June 1918 18 June 1920 2 August 1945 Sold Redesignated APD-10
DD233 Gilmer New York Shipbuilding 25 June 1918 30 April 1920 5 February 1946 Scrapped Redesignated APD-11
DD234 Fox New York Shipbuilding 25 June 1918 17 May 1920 29 November 1945 Scrapped Redesignated AG-85
DD235 Kane New York Shipbuilding 3 July 1918 11 June 1920 24 January 1946 Scrapped 1946
DD236 Humphreys New York Shipbuilding 31 July 1918 21 July 1920 26 October 1945 Scrapped 1946
DD237 McFarland New York Shipbuilding 31 July 1918 30 September 1920 8 November 1945 Sold for scrap 1946
DD238 James K. Paulding New York Shipbuilding 31 July 1918 29 November 1920 10 February 1931 Scrapped 1936
DD239 Overton New York Shipbuilding 30 October 1918 30 June 1920 30 July 1945 Sold for scrap 1945
DD240 Sturtevant New York Shipbuilding 23 November 1918 24 September 1920 Sunk By US minefield 26 April 1942
DD241 Childs New York Shipbuilding 19 March 1919 22 October 1920 10 December 1945 Sold 1946
DD242 King New York Shipbuilding 28 April 1919 16 December 1920 23 October 1945 Sold for scrap 1946
DD243 Sands New York Shipbuilding 22 March 1919 10 November 1920 10 October 1945 Sold for scrap 1946
DD244 Williamson New York Shipbuilding 27 March 1919 29 October 1920 8 November 1945 Scrapped 1948
DD245 Reuben James New York Shipbuilding 2 April 1919 24 September 1920 31 October 1941 Sunk in action Sunk by German U-Boat forces, second American naval casualty of World War II
DD246 Bainbridge New York Shipbuilding 26 May 1919 9 February 1921 21 July 1945 Sold 1945
DD247 Goff New York Shipbuilding 16 June 1919 19 June 1921 21 July 1945 Scrapped 1947
DD248 Barry New York Shipbuilding 26 July 1919 28 December 1920 21 June 1945 Sunk in action by Japanese aircraft
DD249 Hopkins New York Shipbuilding 30 July 1919 21 March 1921 21 December 1945 Sold for scrap 1946
DD250 Lawrence New York Shipbuilding 14 August 1919 18 April 1921 24 October 1945 Sold 1946
Fourth Batch - authorised 6 October 1917
DD251 Belknap Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Fore River Shipyard, Quincy 3 September 1918 28 April 1919 4 August 1945 Sold 1945
DD252 McCook Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Fore River Shipyard, Quincy 10 September 1918 30 April 1919 24 September 1940 Sunk in action As HMCS St. Croix (I81) 22 September 1943
DD253 McCalla Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Fore River Shipyard, Quincy 25 September 1918 19 May 1919 Sunk in action as HMS Stanley 19 December 1941
DD254 Rodgers Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Fore River Shipyard, Quincy 5 October 1918 22 July 1919 Transferred to Royal Navy as HMS Sherwood Scrapped 1945
DD255 Osmond Ingram Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Fore River Shipyard, Quincy 15 October 1918 28 June 1919 Sold for scrap 1946
DD256 Bancroft Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Fore River Shipyard, Quincy 4 November 1918 30 June 1919 Declared surplus as HMCS St. Francis (I93) 1945
DD257 Welles Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Fore River Shipyard, Quincy 18 November 1918 2 September 1919 Scrapped as HMS Cameron 1944
DD258 Aulick Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Fore River Shipyard, Quincy 3 December 1918 26 July 1919 Scrapped 1948
DD259 Turner Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Fore River Shipyard, Quincy 21 December 1918 24 September 1919 Sold for scrap 1947
DD260 Gillis Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Fore River Shipyard, Quincy 27 December 1918 3 September 1919 Sold for scrap 1946
DD261 Delphy Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Squantum Victory Yard 20 April 1918 30 November 1918 Wrecked Casualty of the Honda Point disaster 8 September 1923
DD262 McDermut Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Squantum Victory Yard 20 April 1918 27 March 1919 Sold 1932
DD263 Laub Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Squantum Victory Yard 20 April 1918 17 March 1919 Transferred to UK 1940
DD264 McLanahan Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Squantum Victory Yard 20 April 1918 5 April 1919 Scrapped 1946
DD265 Edwards Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Squantum Victory Yard 20 April 1918 24 April 1919 Struck 1943
DD266 Greene (ex-Anthony) Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Squantum Victory Yard 3 June 1918 9 May 1919 Wrecked in a typhoon, struck 1945
DD267 Ballard Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Squantum Victory Yard 3 June 1918 5 June 1919 Sold 1946
DD268 Shubrick Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Squantum Victory Yard 3 June 1918 3 July 1919 Scrapped 1945
DD269 Bailey Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Squantum Victory Yard 3 June 1918 27 June 1919 Scrapped 1945
DD270 Thornton Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Squantum Victory Yard 3 June 1918 15 July 1919 Abandoned Donated to Ryukyu Islands 1957
DD271 Morris Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Squantum Victory Yard 20 July 1918 21 July 1919 Sold 1936
DD272 Tingey Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Squantum Victory Yard 8 August 1918 25 July 1919 Scrapped 1936
DD273 Swasey Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Squantum Victory Yard 27 August 1918 8 August 1919 Struck 1941
DD274 Meade Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Squantum Victory Yard 24 September 1918 8 September 1919 Scrapped 1947
DD275 Sinclair Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Squantum Victory Yard 11 October 1918 8 October 1919 Scrapped 1935
DD276 McCawley Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Squantum Victory Yard 2 November 1918 22 September 1919 Scrapped 1931
DD277 Moody Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Squantum Victory Yard 9 December 1918 10 December 1919 Sold and sunk Sold to MGM in 1931 for making of WWI film Hell Below. DD-277 was made up to look like a German WWI destroyer and was sunk in 1933 by studio demolitions.
DD278 Henshaw Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Squantum Victory Yard 31 December 1918 10 December 1919 Sold 1930
DD279 Meyer Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Squantum Victory Yard 6 February 1919 17 December 1919 Sold 1932
DD280 Doyen Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Squantum Victory Yard 24 March 1919 17 December 1919 Scrapped 1930
DD281 Sharkey Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Squantum Victory Yard 14 April 1919 28 November 1919 Sold for scrap 1931
DD282 Toucey Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Squantum Victory Yard 26 April 1919 9 December 1919 Sold 1931
DD283 Breck Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Squantum Victory Yard 8 May 1919 1 December 1919 Sold 1931
DD284 Isherwood Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Squantum Victory Yard 24 May 1919 4 December 1919 Scrapped 1934
DD285 Case Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Squantum Victory Yard 3 June 1919 8 December 1919 Sold 1931
DD286 Lardner Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Squantum Victory Yard 14 June 1919 10 December 1919 Sold for scrap 1931
DD287 Putnam Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Squantum Victory Yard 30 June 1919 18 December 1919 Scrapped 1931
DD288 Worden Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Squantum Victory Yard 30 June 1919 24 February 1920 Sold for scrap 1931
DD289 Flusser Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Squantum Victory Yard 21 July 1919 25 February 1920 scrapped 1930
DD290 Dale Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Squantum Victory Yard 29 July 1919 16 February 1920 Sold 1931
DD291 Converse Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Squantum Victory Yard 13 August 1919 28 April 1920 Sold 1931
DD292 Reid Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Squantum Victory Yard 9 September 1919 3 December 1919 Sold for scrap 1931
DD293 Billingsley Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Squantum Victory Yard 8 September 1919 1 March 1920 Sold 1931
DD294 Charles Ausburn Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Squantum Victory Yard 11 September 1919 23 March 1920 Sold for scrap 1931
DD295 Osborne Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Squantum Victory Yard 23 September 1919 17 May 1920 Sold for scrap 1931
Fifth Batch - authorised 6 October 1917
DD296 Chauncey Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Union Iron Works, San Francisco 17 June 1918 25 June 1919 8 September 1923 Wrecked Casualty of the Honda Point disaster
DD297 Fuller Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Union Iron Works, San Francisco 4 July 1918 28 February 1920 8 September 1923 Wrecked Casualty of the Honda Point disaster
DD298 Percival Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Union Iron Works, San Francisco 4 July 1918 31 March 1920 Scrapped 1931
DD299 John Francis Burnes (ex-Swasey) Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Union Iron Works, San Francisco 4 July 1918 1 May 1920 Scrapped 1931
DD300 Farragut Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Union Iron Works, San Francisco 4 July 1918 4 June 1920 Scrapped 1931
DD301 Somers Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Union Iron Works, San Francisco 4 July 1918 23 June 1920 Sold for scrap 1931
DD302 Stoddert Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Union Iron Works, San Francisco 4 July 1918 30 June 1920 Sold for scrap 1935
DD303 Reno Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Union Iron Works, San Francisco 4 July 1918 23 July 1920 Sold for scrap 1931
DD304 Farquhar Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Union Iron Works, San Francisco 13 August 1918 31 July 1920 Sold for scrap 1932
DD305 Thompson Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Union Iron Works, San Francisco 14 August 1918 16 August 1920 Sunk as target February 1944
DD306 Kennedy Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Union Iron Works, San Francisco 25 September 1918 28 August 1920 Sold for scrap 1932
DD307 Paul Hamilton (ex-Hamilton) Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Union Iron Works, San Francisco 8 June 1918 24 September 1920 Scrapped 1931
DD308 William Jones Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Union Iron Works, San Francisco 2 October 1918 30 September 1920 Sold for scrap 1932
DD309 Woodbury Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Union Iron Works, San Francisco 3 October 1918 20 October 1920 8 September 1923 Wrecked Casualty of the Honda Point disaster
DD310 S. P. Lee Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Union Iron Works, San Francisco 31 December 1918 30 October 1920 8 September 1923 Wrecked Casualty of the Honda Point disaster
DD311 Nicholas Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Union Iron Works, San Francisco 11 January 1919 23 November 1920 8 September 1923 Wrecked Casualty of the Honda Point disaster
DD312 Young Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Union Iron Works, San Francisco 28 January 1919 29 November 1920 8 September 1923 Wrecked Casualty of the Honda Point disaster
DD313 Zeilin Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Union Iron Works, San Francisco 20 February 1919 10 December 1920 Scrapped
DD314 Yarborough Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Union Iron Works, San Francisco 27 February 1919 31 December 1920 Scrapped 1932
DD315 La Vallette Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Union Iron Works, San Francisco 14 April 1919 24 December 1920 Scrapped 1931
DD316 Sloat Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Union Iron Works, San Francisco 18 January 1919 30 December 1920 Sunk as target 26 June 1935
DD317 Wood Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Union Iron Works, San Francisco 23 January 1919 28 January 1921 Sold for scrap 1930
DD318 Shirk Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Union Iron Works, San Francisco 23 February 1919 25 January 1921 Scrapped 1931
DD319 Kidder Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Union Iron Works, San Francisco 5 March 1919 7 February 1921 Scrapped 1930
DD320 Selfridge Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Union Iron Works, San Francisco 28 April 1919 17 February 1921 Scrapped 1930
DD321 Marcus Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Union Iron Works, San Francisco 20 May 1919 23 February 1921 Sunk as target 25 June 1935
DD322 Mervine Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Union Iron Works, San Francisco 28 April 1919 28 February 1921 Scrapped 1930
DD323 Chase Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Union Iron Works, San Francisco 5 May 1919 10 March 1921 Sold for scrap 1931
DD324 Robert Smith Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Union Iron Works, San Francisco 13 May 1919 17 March 1921 Sold for scrap 10 June 1931
DD325 Mullany Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Union Iron Works, San Francisco 3 June 1919 29 March 1921 Sold for scrap 1931
DD326 Coghlan Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Union Iron Works, San Francisco 25 June 1919 31 March 1921 Sold for scrap 19 March 1931
DD327 Preston Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Union Iron Works, San Francisco 19 July 1919 13 April 1921 Sold for scrap 23 August 1932
DD328 Lamson Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Union Iron Works, San Francisco 13 August 1919 19 April 1921 Sold for scrap 17 January 1931
DD329 Bruce Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Union Iron Works, San Francisco 30 July 1919 29 September 1920 Sold for scrap 1932
DD330 Hull Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Union Iron Works, San Francisco 13 September 1920 26 April 1921 Sold for scrap 1931
DD331 Macdonough Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Union Iron Works, San Francisco 24 May 1920 30 April 1921 Sold for scrap 1930
DD332 Farenholt Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Union Iron Works, San Francisco 13 September 1920 10 May 1921 Sold for scrap 1930
DD333 Sumner Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Union Iron Works, San Francisco 27 August 1919 27 May 1921 Sold for scrap 1934
DD334 Corry Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Union Iron Works, San Francisco 15 September 1920 25 May 1921 Sold for salvage 1930
DD335 Melvin Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Union Iron Works, San Francisco 15 September 1920 31 May 1921 Sold for scrap 1930
Batch authorised 4 March 1917
DD336 Litchfield Mare Island Naval Shipyard 15 January 1919 12 May 1920 Scrapped 29 March 1946
DD337 Zane Mare Island Naval Shipyard 15 January 1919 15 February 1921 Scrapped 3 March 1947 DMS-14 in November 1940
DD338 Wasmuth Mare Island Naval Shipyard 12 August 1919 15 December 1921 Sank in storm in Pacific, 29 December 1942 DMS-15 in November 1940
DD339 Trever Mare Island Naval Shipyard 12 August 1919 3 August 1922 Scrapped 1945 DMS-16 in November 1940
DD340 Perry Mare Island Naval Shipyard 15 September 1920 7 August 1922 Sunk by Japanese mine, 13 September 1944 DMS-17 in November 1940
DD341 Decatur Mare Island Naval Shipyard 15 September 1920 9 August 1922 Scrapped 1945
DD342 Hulbert Norfolk Naval Shipyard 18 November 1918 27 October 1920 2 November 1945 Scrapped 1946 Redesignated AVP-19 in November 1946, then AVD-6 in August 1940
DD343 Noa Norfolk Naval Shipyard 18 November 1918 15 February 1921 12 September 1944 Sunk following collision Redesignated APD-24 in August 1943
DD344 William B. Preston Norfolk Naval Shipyard 18 November 1918 23 August 1920 6 December 1945 Scrapped Redesignated AVP-20 in November 1946, then AVD-7 in August 1940
Batch authorised 26 April 1917
DD345 Preble Bath Iron Works 12 April 1919 19 March 1920 7 December 1945 Scrapped Redesignated DM-20 in June 1937, later AG-99
DD346 Sicard Bath Iron Works 18 March 1919 9 June 1920 21 November 1945 Scrapped Redesignated DM-21 in June 1937, later AG-100
DD347 Pruitt Bath Iron Works 25 June 1919 2 September 1920 16 November 1945 Scrapped Redesignated DM-22 in June 1937, later AG-101

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