The Aigle-class destroyers (contre-torpilleurs) of the French navy were laid down between 1928 and 1929 and commissioned in 1931 and 1932. They were very similar to the previous Guépard-class, the only difference being improved machinery with higher pressure boilers, offering an additional 0.5 kn (0.93 km/h) of speed and a new model 138 mm gun with a sliding breech block giving a higher rate of fire. The ships were named after birds.

Unit Run[edit | edit source]

  • MN Aigle
  • MN Gerfaut
  • MN Albatros
  • MN Vautour
  • MN Épervier
  • MN Milan
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