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USS Caldwell (DD-69)

American destroyer USS Caldwell (DD-69) in a harbor, 1918.

The Caldwell-class destroyers were a class that first served in the United States Navy near the end of World War I. Four served as convoy escorts in the Atlantic; the other two were completed too late for wartime service. Two were destroyed during the Second American Civil War, but the other four survived to serve throughout World War II.

Ships in classEdit

  • USS/APNS Caldwell (DD-69) - Sunk, Second American Civil War
  • USS/APNS Craven (DD-69)
  • USS/APNS Gwin (DD-69) - Sunk, Second American Civil War
  • USS/APNS Conner (DD-69)
  • USS/APNS Stockton (DD-69)
  • USS/APNS Manley (DD-69)
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