Ships Lost in WW2
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US Navy Ships Lost in World War II

Look at the cost of freedom below.  It goes without saying, the next time you see a Vet wearing a WWII hat stop and take a moment to thank him.

Color Code
Color Definition
USS Arizona (BB-39) Lost due to enemy action, Pacific theater.
USS Hull (DD-350) Lost due to non-enemy action, Pacific theater.
USS Block Island (CVE-21) Lost due to enemy action, European theater.
USS Ingraham (DD-444) Lost due to non-enemy action, European theater.

 

Ship Type Ship Name & Hull

Fate

U.S. Navy Warships
Battleship (BB) USS Arizona (BB-39) Destroyed by Japanese aircraft bombs at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 7 December 1941, and stricken from the Navy List, 1 December 1942. 
  USS Oklahoma (BB-37) Capsized and sank after being torpedoed by Japanese aircraft at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 7 December 1941.
     
Aircraft Carrier (CV) USS Hornet (CV-8) Sunk after being torpedoed by Japanese aircraft during the Battle of Santa Cruz, Solomon Islands, 26 October 1942.
  USS Lexington (CV-2) Sunk after being torpedoed by Japanese aircraft during the Battle of the Coral Sea, 8 May 1942.
  USS Wasp (CV-7) Sunk after being torpedoed by Japanese submarine I-19 south of Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, 15 September 1942.
  USS Yorktown (CV-5) Damaged by aircraft bombs on 4 June 1942 during the Battle of Midway and sunk after being torpedoed by Japanese submarine I-168, 7 June 1942.
     
Aircraft Carrier, Small (CVL) USS Princeton (CVL-23) Sunk after being bombed by Japanese aircraft during the Battle of Leyte Gulf, Philippine Islands, 24 October 1944.
     
Aircraft Carrier, Escort (CVE) USS Bismarck Sea (CVE-95) Sunk by Kamikaze aircraft off Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands, 21 February 1945.
  USS Block Island (CVE-21) Sunk after being torpedoed by German submarine U-549 northwest of the Canary Islands, 29 May 1944.
  USS Gambier Bay (CVE-73) Sunk by gunfire of Japanese warships during the Battle of Leyte Gulf off Samar, Philippine Islands, 25 October 1944.
  USS Liscome Bay (CVE-56) Sunk after being torpedoed by Japanese submarine I-175 off Gilbert Islands, 24 November 1943.
  USS Ommaney Bay (CVE-79) Sunk by Kamikaze attack south of Mindoro, Philippine Islands, 4 January 1945.
  USS St. Lo (CVE-63) Sunk by Japanese aircraft during the Battle of Leyte Gulf off Samar, Philippine Islands, 25 October 1944.
     
Heavy Cruiser (CA) USS Astoria (CA-34) Sunk by gunfire of Japanese warships off Savo, Solomon Islands, 9 August 1942.
  USS Chicago (CA-29) Sunk after being torpedoed by Japanese aircraft off Rennel, Solomon Islands, 29 - 30 January 1943.
  USS Houston (CA-30) Sunk by gunfire and torpedoes of Japanese warships in Sunda Strait, Netherlands East Indies, 1 March 1942.
  USS Indianapolis (CA-35) Sunk after being torpedoed by Japanese submarine I-58 in the Philippine Sea, 29 July 1945.
  USS Northampton (CA-26) Torpedoed by the Japanese destroyer Oyashio on 30 November 1942 during the Battle of Tassafaronga and sank on 1 December 1942.
  USS Quincy (CA-39) Sunk by gunfire and torpedoes of Japanese warships off Savo, Solomon Islands, 9 August 1942.
  USS Vincennes (CA-44) Sunk after being torpedoed by Japanese warships off Savo, Solomon Islands, 9 August 1942.
     
Light Cruiser (CL) USS Atlanta (CL-51) Scuttled off Lunga Point, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, after being damaged by gunfire from Japanese warships during the Battle of Guadalcanal, 13 November 1942.
  USS Helena (CL-50) Sunk after being torpedoed by Japanese warships during the Battle of Kula Gulf, Solomon Islands, 6 July 1943.
  USS Juneau (CL-52) Sunk by the Japanese submarine I-26 after being torpedoed during the Battle of Guadalcanal, 13 November 1942.
     
Destroyer (DD) USS Aaron Ward (DD-483) Sunk after being bombed by Japanese aircraft off Tagoma Point, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, 7 April 1943.
  USS Abner Read (DD-526) Sunk by Kamikaze attack in Leyte Gulf, Philippine Islands, 1 November 1944.
  USS Barton (DD-599) Sunk after being torpedoed by Japanese warships off Savo, Solomon Islands, 13 November 1942.
  USS Beatty (DD-640) Sunk after being torpedoed by German aircraft off Cape Bougaroun, Algeria, 6 November 1943.
  USS Benham (DD-397) Sunk after being damaged by a torpedo from a Japanese warship off Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, 15 November 1942.
  USS Blue (DD-387) Scuttled after being torpedoed by the Japanese destroyer Kawakaze in Savo Sound, Solomon Islands, 22 August 1942.
  USS Borie (DD-215) Sunk as a result of damage received on the 1 November 1943 ramming of the German submarine U-405 in the North Atlantic, north of the Azores, 2 November, 1943.
  USS Bristol (DD-453) Sunk after being torpedoed by the German submarine U-371 off Cape Bougaroun, Algeria, 12 October 1943.
  USS Brownson (DD-518) Sunk by Japanese aircraft off Cape Gloucester, New Britain Island, 26 December 1943.
  USS Buck (DD-420) Sunk after being torpedoed by the German submarine U-616 off Salerno, Italy, 9 October 1943.
  USS Bush (DD-529) Sunk after being hit by three Kamikaze aircraft off Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, 6 April 1945.
  USS Callaghan (DD-792) Sunk after being hit by one Kamikaze aircraft off Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, 28 July 1945.
  USS Chevalier (DD-451) Sunk after being torpedoed by Japanese destroyer and damaged in a collision with USS O'Bannon (DD-450) off Vella Lavella, Solomon Islands, 7 October 1943.
  USS Colhoun (DD-801) Sunk after being hit by four Kamikaze aircraft off Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, 6 April 1945.
  USS Cooper (DD-695) Sunk after being torpedoed in Ormoc Bay, Leyte, Philippine Islands, 3 December 1944.
  USS Corry (DD-463) Sunk by a mine off Utah Beach, Normandy, France, 6 June 1944.
  USS Cushing (DD-376) Sunk by gunfire from Japanese warships off Savo, Solomon Islands, 13 November 1942.
  USS De Haven (DD-469) Sunk after being bombed by Japanese aircraft off Savo, Solomon Islands, 1 February 1943.
  USS Drexler (DD-741) Sunk after being hit by two Kamikaze aircraft off Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, 28 May 1945.
  USS Duncan (DD-485) Sunk after being damaged by gunfire from Japanese off Savo, Solomon Islands, 12 October 1942.
  USS Edsall (DD-219) Sunk by Japanese warships south of Java, Netherlands East Indies, 1 March 1942.
  USS Evans (DD-552) Seriously damaged by four Kamikaze aircraft, 11 May 1945, off Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, and not repaired after the end of the war.
  USS Glennon (DD-620) Sunk by a mine and gunfire from German shore batteries off Quineville, Normandy, France, 10 June 1944.
  USS Gwin (DD-433) Sunk after being torpedoed by Japanese destroyers in Kula Gulf, Solomon Islands, 13 July 1943.
  USS Haggard (DD-555) Seriously damaged by Kamikaze aircraft, 29 April 1945, off Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, and not repaired after the end of the war.
  USS Halligan (DD-584) Sunk after striking a mine off Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, 26 March 1945.
  USS Hammann (DD-412) Sunk after being torpedoed by the Japanese submarine I-168 northeast of Midway Island, 6 June 1942.
  USS Henley (DD-391) Sunk after being torpedoed by the Japanese submarine RO-108 off Cape Cretin, New Guinea, 3 October 1943.
  USS Hoel (DD-533) Sunk by Japanese warships off Samar, Philippine Islands, 25 October 1944.
  USS Hugh W. Hadley (DD-774) Seriously damaged by a aircraft bomb and two Kamikaze aircraft, 11 May 1945, off Okinawa,Ryukyu Islands, and not repaired after the end of the war.
  USS Hull (DD-350) Foundered during a typhoon in the Philippine Sea, 18 December 1944.
  USS Hutchins (DD-476) Seriously damaged by a Japanese suicide boat, 27 April 1945, in Buckner Bay, Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, and not repaired after the end of the war.
  USS Ingraham (DD-444) Sunk after a collision in fog with the USS Chemung (AO-30) in the North Atlantic, 22 August 1942.
  USS Jacob Jones (DD-393) Sunk after being torpedoed by the German submarine U-578 off Cape May, New Jersey, 28 February 1942.
  USS Jarvis (DD-393) Sunk by Japanese aircraft south of Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, 9 August 1942.
  USS Johnston (DD-557) Sunk by Japanese warships off Samar, Philippine Islands, 25 October 1944.
  USS Laffey (DD-459) Sunk by the Japanese battleship Hiei off Savo, Solomon Islands, 13 November 1942.
  USS Lansdale (DD-426) Sunk after being torpedoed by German aircraft off Cape Bengut, Algeria, 20 April 1944.
  USS Leary (DD-158) Sunk after being torpedoed by the German submarine U-275 in the North Atlantic, 24 December 1943.
  USS Leutze (DD-481) Seriously damaged by one Kamikaze aircraft, 6 April 1945, off Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, and not repaired after the end of the war.
  USS Little (DD-803) Sunk after being hit by four Kamikaze aircraft off Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, 3 May 1945.
  USS Longshaw (DD-559) Destroyed by Japanese shore batteries after running aground off Naha airfield, Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, 18 May 1945.
  USS Luce (DD-522) Sunk after being hit by two Kamikaze aircraft off Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, 3 May 1945.
  USS Maddox (DD-622) Sunk after being bombed by German aircraft off Gela, Sicily, 10 July 1943.
  USS Mahan (DD-364) Sunk after being hit by three Kamikaze aircraft in Leyte Gulf, Philippine Islands, 7 December 1944.
  USS Mannert L. Abele (DD-733) Sunk by Kamikaze aircraft and glider bomb attack off Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, 12 April 1945.
  USS Meredith (DD-434) Sunk by Japanese aircraft near San Cristobal, Solomon Islands, 15 October 1942.
  USS Meredith (DD-726) Sunk by German aircraft after being damaged by a mine in the Bay of the Seine, Normandy, France, 9 June 1944.
  USS Monaghan (DD-354) Foundered during a typhoon in the Philippine Sea, 18 December 1944.
  USS Monssen (DD-436) Sunk by gunfire from Japanese warships off Savo, Solomon Islands, 13 November 1942.
  USS Morris (DD-417) Seriously damaged by Kamikaze aircraft, 6 April 1945, off Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, and not repaired after the end of the war.
  USS Morrison (DD-560) Sunk after being hit by four Kamikaze aircraft off Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, 4 May 1945.
  USS Newcombe (DD-586) Seriously damaged by three Kamikaze aircraft, 6 April 1945, off Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, and not repaired after the end of the war.
  USS O'Brien (DD-415) Torpedoed 15 September 1942 by Japanese submarine I-15 north of Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides Islands, and foundered off Samoa en route to base, 19 October 1942.
  USS Parrott (DD-218) Scrapped after being damaged beyond repair in a collision with the SS John Norton at Hampton Roads, Virginia, 2 May 1944.
  USS Peary (DD-226) Sunk by Japanese aircraft at Darwin Harbor, Australia, 19 February 1942.
  USS Perkins (DD-377) Sunk in collision with HMAS Duntroon off Cape Vogel, New Guinea, 29 November 1943.
  USS Pillsbury (DD-227) Sunk by Japanese warships east of Christmas Island, Indian Ocean, 1-4 March 1942.
  USS Pope (DD-225) Sunk by Japanese aircraft in the Java Sea, Netherlands East Indies, 1 March 1942.
  USS Porter (DD-356) Sunk after being torpedoed by Japanese submarine I-21 near Santa Cruz Island, east of the Solomon Islands, 26 October 1943.
  USS Preston (DD-379) Sunk by Japanese cruiser Nagara off Savo, Solomon Islands,14 November 1942.
  USS Pringle (DD-477) Sunk by Kamikaze attack off Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, 16 April 1945.
  USS Reid (DD-369) Sunk after being hit by two Kamikaze aircraft off Limasawa Island, Philippine Islands, 11 December 1944.
  USS Reuben James (DD-245) Sunk after being torpedoed by German submarine U-562 south of Iceland, 31 October 1941.
  USS Rowan (DD-405) Sunk after being torpedoed by German motor torpedo boat off Salerno, Italy, 11 September 1943.
  USS Shubrick (DD-639) Seriously damaged by one Kamikaze aircraft, 29 May 1945, off Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, and not repaired after the end of the war.
  USS Sims (DD-409) Sunk by Japanese aircraft during the Battle of the Coral Sea, 7 May 1942.
  USS Spence (DD-512) Capsized during a typhoon in the Philippine Sea, 18 December 1944.
  USS Stewart (DD-224) Captured by the Japanese after being scuttled in a drydock at Surabaya, Java, Netherlands East Indies, 2 March 1942.
  USS Strong (DD-467) Sunk after being torpedoed by Japanese destroyer off New Georgia, Solomon Islands, 5 July 1943.
  USS Sturtevant (DD-240) Sunk by a mine off Marquesas Key, Florida, 26 April 1942.
  USS Thatcher (DD-514) Seriously damaged by one Kamikaze aircraft, off Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, and not repaired after the end of the war.
  USS Truxtun (DD-229) Wrecked in a gale at Chamber's Cove, Newfoundland, 18 February 1942.
  USS Tucker (DD-374) Sunk by a mine in Segond Channel, New Hebrides, 4 August 1942.
  USS Turner (DD-648) Sunk by explosion off Sandy Hook, New Jersey, 3 January 1944.
  USS Twiggs (DD-591) Sunk by a Kamikaze aircraft after being torpedoed off Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, 16 June 1945.
  USS Walke (DD-416) Sunk by gunfire and torpedoes from Japanese warships off Savo, Solomon Islands, 14 November 1942.
  USS Warrington (DD-383) Foundered in a hurricane north of the Bahamas Islands, 13 September 1944.
  USS William D. Porter (DD-579) Sunk after being hit by one Kamikaze aircraft off Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, 10 June 1945.
  USS Worden (DD-352) Wrecked off Amchitka, Aleutian Islands, 12 January 1943.
     
Destroyer, Escort Vessel (DE) USS England (DE-635) Seriously damaged by one Kamikaze aircraft, 9 May 1945, off Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, and not repaired after the end of the war.
  USS Eversole (DE-404) Sunk after being torpedoed by Japanese submarine I-45 east of Leyte, Philippine Islands, 28 October 1944.
  USS Fechteler (DE-157) Sunk after being torpedoed by German submarine U-967 northeast of Oran, Algeria, 5 May 1944.
  USS Fiske (DE-143) Sunk after being torpedoed by German submarine U-804 north of Azores, 2 August 1944.
  USS Frederick C. Davis (DE-136) Sunk after being torpedoed by German submarine U-546 in the North Atlantic, 24 April 1945.
  USS Holder (DE-401) Scrapped after being torpedoed by German aircraft off Algiers, Algeria, 11 April 1944.
  USS Leopold (DE-319) Sunk after being torpedoed by German submarine U-255 south of Iceland, 10 March 1944.
  USS Oberrender (DE-344) Damaged beyond repair by a Kamikaze attack off Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, 9 May 1945.
  USS Rich (DE-695) Sunk by a mine off Normandy, France, 8 June 1944.
  USS Samuel B. Roberts (DE-413) Sunk by Japanese warships during the Battle of Leyte Gulf off Samar, Philippine Islands, 25 October 1944.
  USS Shelton (DE-407) Sunk after being torpedoed by Japanese submarine RO-41 off Morotai Island, 3 October 1944.
  USS Underhill (DE-682) Sunk by Japanese human torpedo northeast of Luzon, Philippine Islands, 24 July 1945.
     
Submarine (SS) USS Albacore (SS-218) Sunk after striking a mine north of Hokkaido, Japan, 7 November 1944.
  USS Amberjack (SS-219) Probably sunk by Japanese torpedo boat Hiyodori and Japanese subchaser No. 18 off Rabaul, New BritainIsland, 16 February 1943.
  USS Argonaut (APS-1) Sunk by Japanese destroyers Maikaze and Isokaze off New Britain Island, 10 January 1943.
  USS Barbel (SS-316) Sunk by Japanese aircraft southwest of Palawan, Philippine Islands, 4 February 1945.
  USS Bonefish (SS-223) Sunk by Japanese warships in Toyama Wan, Honshu, Japan, 19 June 1945.
  USS Bullhead (SS-332) Sunk by Japanese aircraft north of Bali, Lesser Sunda Islands, 6 August 1945.
  USS Capelin (SS-289) Missing off Halmahera Island, December 1943.
  USS Cisco (SS-290) Sunk by Japanese warships and aircraft in the Sulu Sea, 28 September 1943.
  USS Corvina (SS-226) Sunk after being torpedoed by Japanese submarine I-176 southwest of Truk, Caroline Islands, 16 November 1943.
  USS Darter (SS-227) Stranded on Bombay Shoal, off Palawan, Philippine Islands, and destroyed to prevent capture, 24 October 1944.
  USS Dorado (SS-248) Probably sunk in error by US aircraft in the Caribbean Sea, 12 October 1943.
  USS Escolar (SS-294) Probably sunk after striking a mine in the Yellow Sea, 17 October 1944.
  USS Flier (SS-250) Sunk while on the surface by a mine in Balabac Strait, Philippine Islands, 13 August 1944.
  USS Golet (SS-361) Sunk by Japanese warships off north Honshu, Japan, 14 June 1944.
  USS Grampus (SS-207) Probably sunk by Japanese destroyers Minegumo and Murasame off New Georgia, Solomon Islands, 5 March 1943.
  USS Grayback (SS-208) Sunk by Japanese aircraft in the East China Sea, 26 February 1944.
  USS Grayling (SS-209) Probably sunk by Japanese freighter Hokuan Maru west of Luzon, Philippine Islands, 9 September 1943.
  USS Grenadier (SS-210) Sunk by Japanese aircraft off Penang, 22 April 1943.
  USS Growler (SS-215) Probably sunk by Japanese warships in the South China Sea, 8 November 1944.
  USS Grunion (SS-216) Missing off Kiska, Aleutian Islands, at the end of July 1942. Probably sunk by the Japanese submarine I-25, 30 July 1942.
  USS Gudgeon (SS-211) Missing off the Marianas Islands, 18 April 1944.
  USS Harder (SS-257) Sunk by Siamese destroyer Pra Ruang off Caiman Point, 24 August 1944.
  USS Herring (SS-233) Sunk by Japanese shore batteries off Matsuwa Island, Kurile Islands, 1 June 1944.
  USS Kete (SS-369) Missing in the Central Pacific, 20 March 1945.
  USS Lagarto (SS-371) Sunk by Japanese minelayer Hatsutaka in the Gulf of Siam, 3 May 1945.
  USS Perch (SS-176) Scuttled after being damaged by Japanese destroyers Sazanami and Ushio north of Java, Netherlands East Indies, 3 March 1942.
  USS Pickerel (SS-177) Missing off northern Honshu, Japan, 3 April 1943.
  USS Pompano (SS-181) Missing east of Honshu, Japan, 3 September 1943.
  USS R-12 (SS-89) Foundered during exercises off Key West, Florida, 12 June 1943.
  USS Robalo (SS-273) Sunk by a internal explosion or a mine off Palawan, Philippine Islands, 26 July 1944.
  USS Runner (SS-275) Missing off the Kuril Islands, 26 June 1943.
  USS S-26 (SS-131) Sunk after collision with submarine chaser PC-460 in the Gulf of Panama, 24 January 1942.
  USS S-27 (SS-132) Lost by grounding on a reef off St. Makarius Point, Amchitka, Aleutian Islands, 19 June 1942.
  USS S-28 (SS-133) Failed to surface during training exercises with the USCGC Reliance (WPC-150) off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 4 July 1944.
  USS S-36 (SS-141) Lost by grounding on Taka Bakang Reef, Makassar Strait, 20 January 1942.
  USS S-39 (SS-144) Lost by grounding south off Rossel Island, Louisiade Archipelago, 14 August 1942.
  USS S-44 (SS-155) Sunk by Japanese escort ship Ishigaki off Paramushiro, Kuril Islands, 7 October 1943.
  USS Scamp (SS-277) Probably sunk by Japanese patrol vessel off Tokyo Bay, Japan, 11 November 1944.
  USS Scorpion (SS-278) Missing in the western Pacific, 6 March 1944.
  USS Sculpin (SS-191) Sunk by Japanese destroyer Yamagumo off Truk, Caroline Islands, 19 November 1943.
  USS Sealion (SS-195) Sunk by Japanese aircraft at Cavite, Luzon, Philippine Islands, 10 December 1941, and destroyed to prevent capture, 25 December 1941.
  USS Seawolf (SS-197) Sunk in error by destroyer escort USS Richard M. Rowell (DE-403) off Morotai, 3 October 1944.
  USS Shark (SS-174) Probably sunk by Japanese destroyer Yamakaze east of Menado, Celebes, 11 February 1942.
  USS Shark (SS-314) Sunk by Japanese destroyer Harukaze in Luzon Strait, Philippine Islands, 24 October 1944.
  USS Snook (SS-279) Missing in Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, area (possibly sunk by a Japanese submarine), April 1945.
  USS Swordfish (SS-193) Missing south of Kyushu, Japan, 12 January 1945.
  USS Tang (SS-306) Sunk by own torpedo off Formosa, 24 October 1944.
  USS Trigger (SS-237) Sunk by Japanese aircraft and warships in Nansei Shoto, Ryukyu Islands, 28 March 1945.
  USS Triton (SS-201) Sunk by Japanese destroyers north of Admiralty Islands, 15 March 1943.
  USS Trout (SS-202) Sunk by Japanese destroyer Asahimo southeast of Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, 29 February 1944.
  USS Tullibee (SS-284) Sunk by own torpedo north of Palau, Caroline Islands, 26 March 1944.
  USS Wahoo (SS-238) Sunk by Japanese aircraft and Japanese submarine chasers 15 and 43 in Soya Strait, Japan, 11 October 1943.
U.S. Navy Minecraft
Mine layer (CM) USS Miantonomah (CM-10) Sunk by a mine off Le Havre, France, 25 September 1944.
     
Light Mine layer (DM) USS Gamble (DM-15) Damaged by aircraft bombs off Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands, 18 February 1945, and scuttled off Saipan, Mariana Islands, 16 July 1945.
  USS Montgomery (DM-17) Scrapped after being damaged by a mine off Palau, Caroline Islands, 17 October 1944.
     
Mine sweeper, High Speed (DMS) USS Emmons (DMS-22) Sunk after being hit by five Kamikaze aircraft off Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, 6 April 1945.
  USS Hovey (DMS-11) Sunk after being torpedoed by Japanese aircraft in Lingayen Gulf, Luzon, Philippine Islands, 6 January 1945.
  USS Long (DMS-12) Sunk by Kamikaze attack in Lingayen Gulf, Luzon, Philippine Islands, 6 January 1945.
  USS Palmer (DMS-5) Sunk by Japanese aircraft in Lingayen Gulf, Luzon, Philippine Islands, 7 January 1945.
  USS Perry (DMS-17) Sunk by a mine off Palau, Caroline Islands, 13 September, 1944.
  USS Wasmuth (DMS-15) Sunk by explosion of depth charges during gale off Aleutian Islands, 29 December 1942.
     
Mine sweeper (AM) USS Bittern (AM-36) Sunk by aircraft bombs at Cavite, Luzon, Philippine Islands, 10 December 1941.
  USS Finch (AM-9) Sunk by Japanese aircraft off Corregidor, Luzon, Philippine Islands, 11 April 1942.
  USS Minivet (AM-371) Sunk by a mine in Tsushima Strait, Japan, 29 December 1945.
  USS Osprey (AM-56) Sunk by a mine off Normandy, France, 5 June 1944.
  USS Penguin (AM-33) Sunk by Japanese aircraft off Guam, Marianas Islands, 8 December 1941.
  USS Portent (AM-106) Sunk by a mine off Anzio, Italy, 22 January 1944.
  USS Quail (AM-15) Scuttled off Corregidor, Luzon, Philippine Islands, 6 May 1942.
  USS Salute (AM-294) Sunk by a mine off Brunei, Borneo, 8 June 1945.
  USS Sentinel (AM-113) Sunk by German aircraft off Licata, Sicily, 12 July 1943.
  USS Skill (AM-115) Sunk after being torpedoed by German submarine U-593 south of Capri, Italy, 25 September 1943.
  USS Skylark (AM-63) Sunk by a mine off Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, 28 March 1945.
  USS Swallow (AM-65) Sunk after being hit by a single Kamikaze aircraft off Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, 22 April 1945.
  USS Swerve (AM-121) Sunk by a mine off Anzio, Italy, 9 July 1944.
  USS Tanager (AM-5) Sunk by shore batteries off Corregidor, Luzon, Philippine Islands, 4 May 1942.
  USS Tide (AM-125) Sunk by a mine off Normandy, France, 7 June 1944.
     
Mine sweeper, Coastal (AMc) USS Bunting (AMc-7) Sunk by collision in San Francisco Bay, California, 3 June 1942.
  USS Crow (AMc-20) Sunk by erratic running aircraft torpedo in Puget Sound, Washington, 23 August 1943.
  USS Hornbill (AMc-13) Sunk after collision with the lumber schooner Esther Johnson in San Francisco Bay, California, 30 June 1942.
  USS Valor (AMc-108) Sunk in collision with USS Richard W. Suessens (DE-342) off Cuttyhunk Island, Buzzard's Bay, Massachusetts, 29 June 1944.
     
Motor Mine sweepers (YMS) USS YMS-14 Sunk in collision in Boston harbor, Massachusetts, 11 January 1945.
  USS YMS-19 Sunk by a mine off Palau, Caroline Islands, 24 September 1944.
  USS YMS-21 Sunk by a mine off Toulon, France, 1 September 1944.
  USS YMS-24 Sunk by a mine off St. Tropez, France, 15 August 1944.
  USS YMS-30 Sunk by a mine off Anzio, Italy, 25 January 1944.
  USS YMS-39 Sunk by a mine off Balikpapan, Philippine Islands, 26 June 1945.
  USS YMS-48 Sunk by shore batteries in Manila Bay, Luzon, Philippine Islands, 14 February 1945.
  USS YMS-50 Sunk by a mine off Balikpapan, Philippine Islands, 18 June 1945.
  USS YMS-70 Foundered off Leyte, Philippine Islands, 17 October 1944.
  USS YMS-71 Sunk by a mine off Brunei, Borneo, 3 April 1945.
  USS YMS-84 Sunk by a mine off Balikpapan, Philippine Islands, 8 July 1945.
  USS YMS-98 Sunk off Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, 16 September 1945.
  USS YMS-103 Sunk by a mine off Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, 8 April 1945.
  USS YMS-127 Sunk in the Aleutian Islands, 10 January 1944.
  USS YMS-133 Foundered off Coos Bay, Oregon, 21 February 1943.
  USS YMS-304 Sunk by a mine off Normandy, France, 30 July 1944.
  USS YMS-341 Sunk off Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, 16 September 1945.
  USS YMS-350 Sunk by a mine off Normandy, France, 2 July 1944.
  USS YMS-365 Sunk by a mine off Balikpapan, Philippine Islands, 26 June 1945.
  USS YMS-378 Sunk by a mine off Normandy, France, 30 July 1944.
  USS YMS-385 Sunk by a mine off Ulithi, Caroline Islands, 1 October 1944.
  USS YMS-409 Foundered in the North Atlantic, 12 September 1944.
  USS YMS-421 Sunk off Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, 16 September 1945.
  USS YMS-472 Sunk off Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, 16 September 1945.
  USS YMS-481 Sunk by shore batteries off Tarakan, Borneo, 2 May 1945.
     
U.S. Navy Patrol Ships
Gunboat (PG) USS Asheville (PG-21) Sunk by Japanese warships south of Java, Netherlands East Indies, 3 March 1942.
  USS Erie (PG-50) Torpedoed by German submarine U-163 off Curacao Island, 12 November 1942, and capsized while under tow off Willemstad, Netherlands Antilles, 5 December 1942.
  USS Plymouth (PG-57) Sunk after being torpedoed by German submarine U-566 off North Carolina, 5 August 1943.
  USS St. Augustine (PG-54) Sunk after collision with S.S. Camas Meadows off Cape May, New Jersey, 6 January 1944.
     
Motor Gunboat (PGM) USS PGM-7 Sunk in collision in the Bismarck Sea, 18 July 1944.
  USS PGM-17 Destroyed by grounding off Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, 4 May 1945.
  USS PGM-18 Sunk by a mine off Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, 7 April 1945.
  USS PGM-27 Destroyed by grounding during typhoon at Buckner Bay, Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, 9 October 1945.
     
Eagle (PE) USS PE-56 Lost by explosion off Portland, Maine, 23 April 1945.
     
River Gunboat (PR) USS Luzon (PR-7) Scuttled off Corregidor, Luzon, Philippine Islands, 6 May 1942.
  USS Mindanao (PR-8) Sunk by Japanese aircraft off Corregidor, Luzon, Philippine Islands, 5 May 1942.
  USS Oahu (PR-6) Scuttled off Corregidor, Luzon, Philippine Islands, 6 May 1942.
  USS Wake (PR-3) Captured at Shanghai, China, 7 December 1941.
     
Motor Torpedo Boat (PT) PT-22 Scrapped after being badly damaged in a storm at Dora Harbor, Alaska, 11 June 1943.
  PT-28 Damaged beyond repair in a storm at Dora Harbor, Alaska, 12 January 1943.
  PT-31 Grounded in enemy waters and destroyed to prevent capture, Subic Bay, Luzon, Philippine Islands, 19 January 1942.
  PT-32 Destroyed to prevent capture, Tagauayan Island, Philippine Islands, 13 March 1942.
  PT-33 Grounded in enemy waters, 15 December 1941, and destroyed to prevent capture, Cape Santiago, Luzon, Philippine Islands, 26 December 1941.
  PT-34 Sunk by Japanese aircraft strafing attack off Cauit Island, Cebu, Philippine Islands, 9 April 1942.
  PT-35 Destroyed to prevent capture, Cebu City, Cebu, Philippine Islands, 12 April 1942.
  PT-37 Sunk by Japanese destroyer Kawakaze off Cape Esperance, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, 1 February 1943.
  PT-41 Destroyed to prevent capture on road to Lake Lanao, Mindanao, Philippine Islands, 15 April 1942.
  PT-43 Damaged by Japanese warships, beached, and destroyed to prevent capture on Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, 11 January 1943.
  PT-44 Destroyed by Japanese warships off Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, 12 December 1942.
  PT-63 Destroyed by accidental fire while refueling in port, Hamburg Bay, Emirau Island, 18 June 1944.
  PT-67 Destroyed by accidental fire while refueling in port, Tufi, New Guinea, 17 March 1943.
  PT-68 Grounded in enemy waters and destroyed to prevent capture near Vincke Point, New Guinea, 1 October 1943.
  PT-73 Grounded in enemy waters and destroyed to prevent capture, Baliquias Bay, Mindoro, Philippine Islands, 15 January 1945.
  PT-77 Sunk in error by the USS Conyngham (DD-371) and USS Lough (DE-586) near Talin Point, Luzon, Philippine Islands, 1 February 1945.
  PT-79 Sunk in error by the USS Conyngham (DD-371) and USS Lough (DE-586) near Talin Point, Luzon, Philippine Islands, 1 February 1945.
  PT-107 Destroyed by accidental fire while refueling in port, Hamburg Bay, Emirau Island, 18 June 1944.
  PT-109 Sunk after being rammed by Japanese destroyer Amigiri off Kolombangara Island, Blackett Strait, Solomon Islands, 2 August 1943.
  PT-110 Sunk after collision in Ablingi Harbor, New Britain, 26 January 1944.
  PT-111 Destroyed by Japanese warships off Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, 1 February 1943.
  PT-112 Destroyed by Japanese warships off Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, 11 January 1943.
  PT-113 Destroyed as a result of grounding, not in enemy waters, Veale Reef, near Tufi, New Guinea, 8 August 1943.
  PT-117 Destroyed by Japanese aircraft bombing, Rendova Harbor, Solomon Islands, 1 August 1943.
  PT-118 Grounded in enemy waters and destroyed to prevent capture, off Vella Lavella, Solomon Islands, 7 September 1943.
  PT-119 Destroyed by fire in port, Tufi, New Guinea, 17 March 1943.
  PT-121 Destroyed by Australian aircraft, mistaken identification, Bangula Bay, New Britain, 27 March 1944.
  PT-123 Destroyed by Japanese aircraft bombing, off Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, 1 February 1943.
  PT-133 Destroyed by Japanese shore batteries, near Cape Pus, New Guinea, 15 July 1944.
  PT-135 Grounded in enemy waters and destroyed to prevent capture, near Crater Point, New Britain, 12 April 1944.
  PT-136 Grounded in enemy waters and destroyed to prevent capture, Malai Island, Vitiaz Strait, New Guinea, 17 September 1943.
  PT-145 Grounded in enemy waters and destroyed to prevent capture, Mindiri, New Guinea, 4 January 1944.
  PT-147 Grounded in enemy waters and destroyed to prevent capture, Teliata Point, New Guinea, 20 November 1943.
  PT-153 Grounded in enemy waters and destroyed to prevent capture, near Munda Point, New Georgia, 4 July 1943.
  PT-158 Grounded in enemy waters and destroyed to prevent capture, near Munda Point, New Georgia, 5 July 1943.
  PT-164 Destroyed by Japanese aircraft bombing, Rendova Harbor, Solomon Islands, 1 August 1943.
  PT-165 Lost in transit, tanker torpedoed by Japanese submarine I-17, 100 miles south of Noumea, New Caledonia, 24 May 1943.
  PT-166 Destroyed in error by US Army Air Force B-25 bombers, mistaken identification, off New Georgia, 20 July 1943.
  PT-172 Grounded in enemy waters and destroyed to prevent capture, off Vella Lavella, Solomon Islands, 7 September 1943.
  PT-173 Lost in transit, tanker torpedoed by Japanese submarine I-17, 100 miles south of Noumea, New Caledonia, 24 May 1943.
  PT-193 Grounded in enemy waters and destroyed to prevent capture, Noemfoor Island, New Guinea, 25 June 1944.
  PT-200 Lost after collision, 22 February 1944, off Newport, Rhode Island, and sank 23 February 1944.
  PT-202 Destroyed by enemy mine, off Point Aygulf, France, Mediterranean Sea, 16 August 1944.
  PT-218 Destroyed by enemy mine, off Point Aygulf, France, Mediterranean Sea, 16 August 1944.
  PT-219 Damaged in storm and scrapped, near Attu, Aleutian Islands, 14 September 1943.
  PT-239 Destroyed by fire in port, Lambu Lambu, Vella Lavella, Solomon Islands, 14 December 1943.
  PT-247 Destroyed by Japanese shore batteries, off Bougainville, Solomon Islands, 5 May 1944.
  PT-251 Destroyed by Japanese shore batteries, off Bougainville, Solomon Islands, 26 February 1944.
  PT-279 Lost in collision, off Bougainville, Solomon Islands, 11 February 1944.
  PT-283 Damaged by Japanese shore batteries or wild shot from U.S. warship, 18 March 1944, and sank off Bougainville, Solomon Islands, 19 March 1944.
  PT-300 Destroyed by Kamikaze attack, Mindoro, Philippine Islands, 18 December 1944.
  PT-301 Damaged by explosion in port and scrapped, Mios Woendi, New Guinea, 7 November 1944.
  PT-311 Destroyed by enemy mine, Ligurian Sea, Mediterranean Sea, 18 November 1944.
  PT-320 Destroyed by Japanese aircraft bombing, Leyte Gulf, Philippine Islands, 5 November 1944.
  PT-321 Grounded in enemy waters and destroyed to prevent capture, San Isidro Bay, Leyte, Philippine Islands, 11 November 1944.
  PT-322 Grounded in enemy waters and destroyed to prevent capture, near Hardenberg Point, New Guinea, 23 November 1943.
  PT-323 Destroyed by Kamikaze attack, Leyte Gulf, Philippine Islands, 10 December 1944.
  PT-337 Destroyed by Japanese shore batteries, Hansa Bay, New Guinea, 7 March 1944.
  PT-338 Grounded, 27 January 1945, and destroyed as a result of grounding, not in enemy waters, Semirara Island, Philippine Islands, 31 January 1945.
  PT-339 Grounded in enemy waters and destroyed to prevent capture, near Pur Pur, New Guinea, 27 May 1944.
  PT-346 Destroyed by U.S. Navy aircraft, mistaken identification, near Cape Pomas, New Britain Island, 29 April 1944.
  PT-347 Destroyed by U.S. Navy aircraft, mistaken identification, near Cape Pomas, New Britain Island, 29 April 1944.
  PT-353 Destroyed by Australian aircraft, mistaken identification, Bangula Bay, New Britain Island, 27 March 1944.
  PT-363 Destroyed by Japanese shore batteries in Knoe Bay, Halmahera, Netherlands East Indies, 25 November 1944.
  PT-368 Grounded in enemy waters and destroyed to prevent capture, near Cape Salimoedi, Halmahera, Netherlands East Indies, 11 October 1944.
  PT-371 Grounded in enemy waters and destroyed to prevent capture, near Tagalasa, Halmahera, Netherlands East Indies, 19 September 1944.
  PT-493 Destroyed by Japanese warships, Surigao Strait, Philippine Islands, 25 October 1944.
  PT-509 Destroyed by ramming of a German minesweeper in the English Channel, 9 August 1944.
  PT-555 Damaged by a German mine off Cape Couronne, Mediterranean Sea, 24 August 1944, and sunk by US gunfire, 8 September 1944.