Records of Naval Operating Forces
Records of Commander Scouting Squadron 6, including general correspondence, issuances, and logs, Records of Commander Aircraft, Scouting Force, including general correspondence, ; serial file, ; issuances, 42; employment schedules, ; records relating to gunnery exercises, ; reports received from the Anacostia Naval Air Station, Washington, DC, ; reports relating to aircraft, ; records of the Flag Secretary, ; records of the Supply Office, ; and records of the Gunnery Office, Records of Commander Submarines, Scouting Force, consisting of general correspondence, ; serial file, ; miscellaneous correspondence, ; and reports of tactical exercises, Palmyra Island, 2 items.
San Clemente Island, 1 item. Maraki Island of Gilbert Islands, 44 items. Photographs images, in Washington Area :Experimental submarine periscope photography, U.
Textual Records: Records of Commander Base Force, including general correspondence, ; serial file, ; issuances, ; ships characteristics cards, ; reports of enlisted personnel, ; and records of the Admirals Mess, Correspondence and other records of the Flag Lieutenant, , and Flag Secretary, Records of the Force Material Officer, Issuances of the Senior Medical Officer, Logs of the Flag Watch Officer, Intelligence file of the Confidential Office, Records of Force Athletic Officer, Log of Captain of the Yard, Pearl Harbor, Captain's office file, U.
Vestal , Records of Commander Aircraft, Base Force, including general correspondence, ; serial file, ; issuances, ; records of the Flag Secretary, ; records of the Radio, Radar Section, ; and records of the Engineering Section, Military facilities, New York Harbor area, 1 item. New York railroad terminal, n. Long Beach, CA, 1 item. Guantanamo, Cuba, and n. Hampton Roads, VA, 1 item. Berthing facilities, Norfolk, VA, 1 item. Charts 23 items, in Washington Area :Air navigation, U. Textual Records: Records of Commander Aircraft Squadron, Asiatic Fleet, including general correspondence, issuances, and miscellaneous reports, Note: The bulk of the records embraced under this subgroup constitutes a single accession that is as yet largely unprocessed and undescribed.
The records relate principally to naval operating forces within the Atlantic and Pacific Fleets at different levels of the organizational hierarchy. Records of specific components cited below may be found in any or all of the three sequences. Records of Commander Cruiser Force, Atlantic Fleet, including general correspondence, serial file, gunnery exercises, and miscellaneous records, ; mailgrams, ; and additional records, Records of Commander Submarine Force, Atlantic Fleet, including general correspondence, ; quartermaster logs, ; and additional records, Textual Records: Records of Commander in Chief Pacific Fleet, , including miscellaneous operations and maintenance files, ; and a microfilm copy of incoming and outgoing mail logs, 16 rolls.
Records of Commander Service Force, Pacific Fleet, including general correspondence, ; records relating to ships, ; compass record of U. Amber, ; Captain's Night Order book, ; and additional records, Records of Commander Service Squadron 1, Records of Commander Amphibious Force, Pacific Fleet, consisting of general correspondence, serial file, engine parts lists, and miscellaneous records, ; and additional records, War patrol track charts of U.
Navy submarines in the Pacific whose names began with letters G through W, 1, items. Tracks of ships overlays relating to the Pacific and the Malay Archipelago, items. Action plots relating to naval operations in the western Pacific, items. Air search plans in the Pacific, 10 items.
Textual Records: Records of Commander 2d Fleet, Records of 4th Fleet, ; 6th Fleet, , ; 8th Fleet, 45; and 10th Fleet, General correspondence of the 12th Fleet, Ports and Bases Germany, Records of Fleet Airship Wing 1, Records of Airship Squadron 3, in Philadelphia. Textual Records in San Francisco, except as noted : Records of MSTS Pacific Area, including subject files, , ; records relating to arctic operations, ; and in Washington Area general correspondence, command locators, and originator locators, Subject files of NS Guam , Subject files of NS Midway Island , Records of NAS Guam , consisting of subject files, , ; and correspondence, Records of NAS Agana, Guam , consisting of subject files, ; station logs and administrative files, ; and correspondence, Textual Records in San Francisco, except as noted : Records of Submarine Base Pearl Harbor , consisting of correspondence, ; subject files, ; and in Washington Area additional records, Records of the Gulf Sea Frontier, consisting of formerly security-classified and unclassified correspondence, ; subject files, ; and war diaries, Formerly security-classified correspondence of the Caribbean Sea Frontier, Formerly security-classified war diaries of the Northwestern Sea Frontier, General correspondence of the Hawaiian Sea Frontier, Textual Records: Records of the Division of History and Research, including administrative records and a research file, ; and correspondence, letters sent, and subject files, Correspondence and miscellaneous subject files of the Historical Officer, Records of the Office of Public Affairs, including subject files, ; bulletins of the U.
Anarctic Projects Officer, ; and issues of the Anarctica Sun Times , an inhouse newspaper, Clippings from Australian, New Zealand, and U. Subject files, logistics planning files, staff studies, reading files, dispatches, and other records of Task Force 66 Operation High Jump II , Reports of Task Force 48 concerning U.
Atka Antarctic Expedition, Correspondence, subject files, project files, and reports of Task Force 43 Operation Deep Freeze , including records relating to U. Navy exploratory flights in Antarctica, Navy XAM" series, items. Motion Pictures 35 reels, in Washington Area : Antarctica, 65 29 reels.
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Australian Expedition, taken by U. Navy XAM" series, 22, images ; and "U. Navy XAC" series, 2, images. Textual Records: General correspondence, Letters received regarding the purchase of auxiliary vessels for use by the navy, Textual Records: Records of U.
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Alliance , consisting of letters sent, , and received, , by commanding officer. Letters sent by commanding officer of U. Atlanta , Formerly security-classified general records of U. Augusta , 85 ft. Brooklyn , Letters received by commanding officer of U. Culgoa , Dale , General correspondence of U. Iowa , Letters sent and received by commanding officer of U.
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Iroquois , Dispatches sent and relayed by U. Louisiana , War diary and dispatches of commanding officer of U. Marblehead , Records of U. Massachusetts , consisting of letters sent by commanding officer, , and chief engineer, Midnight , Mohican , Monongahela , consisting of letters sent by commanding officer, , and paymaster, Letter books of U.
Niagara relating to the Atlantic Cable, Expenditure book of U. Gunboat Pembina , n. Pensacola , , Pinta , On November 24, , a new era in U. USS Bainbridge was actually a torpedo boat destroyer. She was feet in length, displaced tons and had a top speed of 29 knots. She carried a crew of The Naval Act of authorized 50 destroyers built over a three year period.
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Less than a year later, the first U. In , the US Navy began building a fleet of large destroyers known as the Fletcher class. A total of were built from June to February Sumner and Gearing class.
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Beginning in the s, new destroyer-type construction began appearing in two sizes, with purpose-built anti-submarine ASW ocean escorts forming a third line of evolution. Of the smaller destroyers, the first to be commissioned were eighteen ships of the 2,ton Forrest Sherman class. Production on the DDs continued until Production on these destroyers continues today at Ingalls Shipbuilding. Twenty-eight Ingalls-built destroyers are in active service.
DDG are currently under construction. Lenah H. Sutcliffe Higbee DDG started fabrication in early The destroyers were requested to help combat German U-boats. In return, the U. October Ingalls delivers the U. A DDG Aegis guided missile destroyer is equipped with: 2 MK 41 vertical launching systems 1 5-inch gun turret 2 MK 32 triple-barrel torpedo mounts Advanced radar and sonar systems that allow it to engage targets in the air, on the sea and underwater. Four gas turbine engines that can reach a maximum speed of more than 30 knots. Ralph Johnson DDG under construction. Lawrence DDG
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