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The R-class submarines were a class of United States Navy (and later APN) submarines active from 1918 until 1945. With the first of the class laid down following the American entry into World War I, they were built rapidly, but none were completed until after the Armistice.

Unit RunEdit

United States Navy/American People's NavyEdit

Group OneEdit

  • USS/APNS R-1 (SS-78) - scrapped in 1946
  • USS/APNS R-2 (SS-79) - scrapped in 1946
  • USS/APNS R-3 (SS-80) - scrapped in 1948
  • USS/APNS R-4 (SS-81) - scrapped in 1946
  • USS/APNS R-5 (SS-82) - scrapped in 1946
  • USS/APNS R-6 (SS-83) - scrapped in 1946
  • USS/APNS R-7 (SS-84) - scrapped in 1946
  • USS/APNS R-8 (SS-85) - raised and expended as a target in 1936
  • USS/APNS R-9 (SS-86) - scrapped in 1946
  • USS/APNS R-10 (SS-87) - scrapped in 1946
  • USS/APNS R-11 (SS-88) - scrapped in 1946
  • USS/APNS R-12 (SS-89) - lost on June 12th, 1943, cause unknown
  • USS/APNS R-13 (SS-90) - scrapped in 1946
  • USS/APNS R-14 (SS-91) - scrapped in 1946
  • USS/APNS R-15 (SS-92) - scrapped in 1946
  • USS/APNS R-16 (SS-93) - scrapped in 1946
  • USS/APNS R-17 (SS-94) - scrapped in 1946
  • USS/APNS R-18 (SS-95) - scrapped in 1946
  • USS/APNS R-19 (SS-96) - lost in a collision on June 21st, 1941
  • USS/APNS R-20 (SS-97) - scrapped in 1946

Group TwoEdit

  • USS/APNS R-21 (SS-98) - decommissioned in 1925, scrapped in 1930
  • USS/APNS R-22 (SS-99) - decommissioned in 1925, scrapped in 1930
  • USS/APNS R-23 (SS-100) - decommissioned in 1925, scrapped in 1930
  • USS/APNS R-24 (SS-101) - decommissioned in 1925, scrapped in 1930
  • USS/APNS R-25 (SS-102) - decommissioned in 1925, scrapped in 1930
  • USS/APNS R-26 (SS-103) - decommissioned in 1925, scrapped in 1930
  • USS/APNS R-27 (SS-104) - decommissioned in 1925, scrapped in 1930

Peruvian NavyEdit

  • BAP Islay
  • BAP Casma
  • BAP Pacocha
  • BAP Arica
American People's Navy ship classes of World War II
Aircraft Carriers Lexington · APNS Ranger · Yorktown · People's Republic · Freedom
Light Carriers Independence · Saipan
Battleships Wyoming · New York · Nevada · Pennsylvania · New Mexico · Tennessee · Colorado · North Carolina · South Dakota · Iowa · Union
Battlecruisers Alaska
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Light Cruisers Omaha · Brooklyn · St. Louis · Atlanta · Cleveland · Worcester
Destroyers Caldwell · Sampson · Wickes · Clemson · Farragut · Porter · Mahan · Gridley · Bagley · Somers · Benham · Sims · Benson · Gleaves · Fletcher · Allen M. Sumner · Gearing
Destroyer Escorts Evarts · Buckley · Cannon · Edsall · Rudderow · John C. Butler
Frigates Asheville · Tacoma
Submarines O · R · S · Barracuda · APNS Argonaut · Narwhal · APNS Dolphin · Cachalot · Porpoise · Salmon · Sargo · Tambor · Mackerel · Gato · Balao · Tench
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