US NAVY SHIPS - UNITED STATES
Names beginning with the letter T

This page lists all T-named US Navy Ships whose pictures are available through the Online Library.

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T-named US Navy Ships are listed below in alphabetical order. Scan down the list until you find the ship you want, then click its entry to access appropriate image pages.

  • T-1 (Submarine # 52, later SF-1), 1920-1931. Originally named Schley. Completed as AA-1
  • T-2 (SF-2, originally Submarine # 60), 1922-1931. Originally named AA-2.
  • T-3 (Submarine # 61, later SF-3), 1920-1931. Originally named AA-3.

  • Tacoma (1898-1937), later renamed Sebago (YT-23)
  • Tacoma (Cruiser # 18, later PG-32 & CL-20), 1904-1924
  • Tacoma (PF-3, begun as PG-111), 1943-1951
  • Tacony (1864-1868)
  • Tacony (SP-5), 1917-1918
  • Taganak (AG-45), 1942-1946. Previously (1918-1919) named Lake Shore (ID # 1792)
  • Tahoma (1861-1867)
  • Takana (ID # 3039), 1918-1919

  • Talbot (Torpedo Boat # 15), 1898-1944. Later renamed Berceau (YFB-3)
  • Talbot (Destroyer # 114, later DD-114, APD-7 & DD-114), 1918-1946
  • Talbott, J. Fred (Destroyer # 156, later DD-156 & AG-81), 1919-1946. Properly called J. Fred Talbott
  • Talladega (APA-208, later LKA-208), 1944-1982
  • Tallahoma (1865-1868)
  • Tallapoosa (1864-1892)
  • Tallahatchie County (LST-1154, later AVB-2), 1949-1970. Named LST-1154 until 1955
  • Talofa (SP-1016), 1917-1919

  • Tanager (Minesweeper # 5, later AM-5), 1918-1942
  • Tanager (AM-385, later MSF-385), 1945-1963. Served as USCGC Tanager (WTR-385, later WTR-885), 1963-1972
  • Tanamo (ID # 2176), 1918-1919
  • Tang (SS-306), 1943-1944
  • Tangier (AV-8), 1941-1961
  • Taniwha (SP-129), 1917-1919

  • Taposa (YFB-1163), 1918-1944. Named Narragansett until 1941
  • Tarantula (Submarine # 12, later SS-12), 1907-1922. Renamed B-3 in 1911
  • Tarantula (SP-124), 1917-1918
  • Tarawa (CV-40, later CVA-40, CVS-40 & AVT-12), 1945-1968
  • Tarbell (Destroyer # 142, later DD-142), 1918-1945

  • Taro (Steam Launch, in service circa 1913)
  • Tarpon (Submarine # 14), 1909-1920. Renamed C-3 in 1911
  • Tarpon (SS-175), 1936-1957
  • Tartar (1865-1874). Name briefly given to USS Yazoo in 1869

  • Tasco (SP-502), 1917-1919
  • Tattnall (Destroyer # 125, later DD-125 & APD-19), 1919-1946
  • Tattnall (DDG-19), 1963-1999
  • Taussig (DD-746), 1944-1974
  • Taussig, Felix (ID # 2292), 1918-1919. Properly called Felix Taussig
  • Tautog (SS-199), 1940-1959

  • Tavernilla (ID # 3000), 1917-1919
  • Taylor (Destroyer # 94, later DD-94), 1918-1945. Renamed Damage Control Hulk No. 40, 1940
  • Taylor (DD-468, later DDE-468 & DD-468), 1942-1969
  • Tazewell (APA-209), 1944-1972

  • Teaser (1862-1866). Formerly CSS Teaser (1861-1862)
  • Teaser (SP-933), 1917-1918
  • Tech III (SP-1055), 1917-1917
  • Tecumseh (1864-1864)

  • Tenadores (1918-1918)
  • Tennessee (1862-1865). Renamed Mobile in September 1864
  • Tennessee (1864-1867). Formerly CSS Tennessee (1864-1864)
  • Tennessee (Armored Cruiser # 10), 1906-1916. Renamed Memphis in 1916
  • Tennessee (BB-43), 1920-1959

  • Ternate (ID # 2697), 1918-1919
  • Terrier (SP-960), 1917-1919
  • Terror (1865-1874). Name changed from Agamenticus in 1869
  • Terror (Monitor # 4, BM-4), 1896-1921
  • Terry (Destroyer # 25, later DD-25), 1910-1934
  • Terry (DD-513), 1943-1974

  • Tesota (YN-95, later AN-71), 1945-1947. Renamed ATA-217 in 1944, before completion
  • Teton (AGC-14), 1944-1962
  • Texan (ID # 1354), 1918-1919
  • Texas (1895-1911), later renamed San Marcos
  • Texas (Battleship Number 35, later BB-35), 1914-1948

  • Thach (FFG-43), 1984-____
  • Thatcher (Destroyer # 162, later DD-162), 1919-1940
  • Thatcher (DD-514), 1943-1948

  • The Sullivans (DD-537), 1943-1977
  • The Sullivans (DDG-68), 1997-____
  • Theodore E. Chandler (DD-717), 1946-1975
  • Theodore Roosevelt (ID # 1478), 1918-1919
  • Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-71), 1986-____
  • Thetis (SP-391), 1917-1920
  • Thetis Bay (CVE-90, later CVHA-1 and LPH-6), 1944-1966

  • Thomas (Destroyer # 182, later DD-182), 1919-1940
  • Thomas Freeborn (1861-1865)
  • Thomas, Garfield (DE-193), 1944-1951. Properly named Garfield Thomas
  • Thomas, Herbert J. (DD-833, later DDR-833 & DD-833), 1945-1974. Properly called Herbert J. Thomas
  • Thomas, Lloyd (DD-764, later DDK-764, DDE-764 & DD-764), 1947-1972. Properly called Lloyd Thomas
  • Thomas S. Gates (CG-51), 1987-____
  • Thomason, John W. (DD-760), 1945-1974. Properly called John W. Thomason

  • Thompson (DD-305), 1920-1931
  • Thompson (DD-627, later DMS-38 & DD-627), 1943-1972
  • Thompson, Robert M. (ID # 3319), 1918-1919. Properly called Robert M. Thompson
  • Thompson, Sara (ID # 3148, later AO-8), 1918-1934. Properly called Sara Thompson
  • Thompson, Smith (Destroyer # 212, later DD-212), 1919-1936. Properly called Smith Thompson

  • Thorn (DD-647), 1943-1974
  • Thorn (DD-988), 1980-2006
  • Thornton (Torpedo Boat # 33), 1902-1920. Later renamed Coast Torpedo Boat # 16
  • Thornton (Destroyer # 270, later DD-270 and AVD-11), 1919-1945
  • Thrasher (Submarine # 26), 1914-1920. Renamed G-4 before launching
  • Thresher (SSN-593), 1961-1963

  • Ticonderoga (1863-1887)
  • Ticonderoga (ID # 1958), 1918-1918
  • Ticonderoga (CV-14, later CVA-14 and CVS-14), 1944-1974
  • Ticonderoga (CG-47, originally DDG-47), 1983-____
  • Tide (AM-125), 1943-1944
  • Tiger (ID # 1640), 1918-1919
  • Tillamook (SP-269), 1917-1919. Renamed SP-269 in 1918
  • Tillman (Destroyer # 135, later DD-135), 1921-1940
  • Tillman (DD-641), 1942-1972

  • Timbalier (AVP-54), 1946-1960
  • Timmerman (DD-828, later AG-152), 1952-1959
  • Tingey (Destroyer # 272, later DD-272), 1919-1936
  • Tingey (DD-539), 1943-1966
  • Tinian (CVE-123, later CVHE-123 and AKV-23), completed, but not commissioned, 1946-1971
  • Tinicum (SP-1113), 1918-1919
  • Tioga (1862-1867)

  • Tippecanoe (1866-1899), later renamed Vesuvius and Wyandotte
  • Tisdale (DE-33), 1943-1948
  • Titania (AK-55, later AKA-13), 1942-1961
  • Tivives (ID # 4521), 1918-1919
  • Tjisondari (ID # 2783), 1918-1919

  • Toledo (PF-33), 1944-1947. Renamed Dearborn before launching
  • Toledo (CA-133), 1946-1974
  • Tolman (DM-28, later MMD-28. Begun as DD-740), 1944-1997
  • Tonawanda (1865-1874). Renamed Amphitrite in 1869
  • Topeka (1898-1930, later PG-35)
  • Topeka (CL-67, later CLG-8), 1944-1975
  • Tornado (1864-1874). Name briefly given to USS Winnebago in 1869
  • Torsk (SS-423, later AGSS-423 and IXSS-423), 1944-1972

  • Toucey (Destroyer # 282, later DD-282), 1919-1931
  • Towers (DDG-9), 1961-2002
  • Towing Target No. 23 (in service, circa 1913)
  • Towing Target No. 48 (launched 1918)
  • Towner (AKA-77), 1944-1946

  • Tracy (Destroyer # 214, later DD-214 & DM-19), 1920-1946
  • Tranquillity (AH-14, briefly APH-114), 1945-1961
  • Trathen (DD-530), 1943-1973
  • Traveler (SP-122), 1917-1919
  • Trenton (1877-1889)
  • Trenton (CL-11), 1924-1946
  • Trever (DD-339, later DMS-16 and AG-110), 1922-1946

  • Trieste (Bathyscaphe, 1958-1963)
  • Tripoli (CVE-64, later CVU-64), 1943-1960
  • Trippe (Destroyer # 33, later DD-33), 1911-1934
  • Trippe (DD-403), 1939-1948
  • Trippe (DE-1075, later FF-1075), 1970-1992

  • Triton (1889-1930, later YT-10)
  • Triton (SS-201), 1940-1943
  • Triumph (AM-323, later MSF-323 & MMC-3), 1944-1961
  • Troilus (AKA-46), 1945-1967
  • Trout (SS-202), 1940-1944
  • Troy (ID # 1614), 1919-1919

  • Truman, Harry S. (CVN-75), 1998-____. Properly called Harry S. Truman
  • Truxtun (Destroyer # 14), 1902-1920
  • Truxtun (DD-229), 1921-1942
  • Truxtun (DLGN-35, later CGN-35), 1967-1999

  • Tucker (Destroyer # 57, later DD-57), 1916-1936. Renamed DD-57 in 1933
  • Tucker (DD-374), 1936-1942
  • Tucker, Henry W. (DD-875, later DDR-875 & DD-875), 1945-1973. Properly called Henry W. Tucker
  • Tucson (CL-98, later CLAA-98), 1945-1971
  • Tudno (1918-1919)
  • Tug No. 2 (1864-1864), also called Bazely, Beta and J.E. Bazely

  • Tulagi (CVE-72), 1943-1946
  • Tullibee (SS-284), 1943-1944
  • Tuluran (AG-46), 1942-1946. Previously (1918-1919) named Lake Superior (ID # 2995)
  • Tuna (Submarine # 27), 1915-1919. Renamed G-2 before completion
  • Tuna (SP-664), 1917-1919
  • Tunxis (1864-1874). Renamed Hydra and Otsego in 1869

  • Turbot (Submarine # 31), 1915-1922. Renamed G-3 before completion
  • Turner (Destroyer # 259, later DD-259, YW-56 & IX-98), 1919-1947. Later renamed YW-56 & Moosehead (IX-98)
  • Turner (DD-648), 1943-1944
  • Turner (DD-834, later DDR-834), 1945-1970
  • Turner, Richmond K. (DLG-20, later CG-20), 1964-1998. Properly called Richmond K. Turner
  • Turner Joy (DD-951), 1959-1991
  • Tuscaloosa (CA-37), 1934-1959
  • Tuscumbia (1863-1865)

  • Twiggs (Destroyer # 127, later DD-127), 1919-1940
  • Twining (DD-540), 1943-1971
  • Tyler (1861-1865)

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