NameClassCountryYear of Launch
Dace  Gato-class Submarine  United States    
Daihatsu-class Summary Information  Daihatsu-class Landing Craft  Japan    
Daly  Fletcher-class Destroyer  United States  1942  
Danae  Danae-class Light Cruiser  United Kingdom  1918  
Darter  Gato-class Submarine  United States    
De Grasse  De Grasse-class Light Cruiser  France  1946  
Delhi  Danae-class Light Cruiser  United Kingdom  1918  
Dentuda  Balao-class Submarine  United States    
Denver  Cleveland-class Light Cruiser  United States  1942  
Detroit  Omaha-class Light Cruiser  United States  1922  
Deutschland  Deutschland-class Heavy Cruiser  Germany  1931  
Devilfish  Balao-class Submarine  United States    
Devonshire  County-class Heavy Cruiser  United Kingdom  1927  
Dianthus  Flower-class Corvette  United Kingdom  1940  
Doherty  Evarts-class Destroyer Escort  United States  1942  
Dolphin  Dolphin-class Submarine  United States    
Doneff  Evarts-class Destroyer Escort  United States  1942  
Dorado  Gato-class Submarine  United States  1943  
Dorsetshire  County-class Heavy Cruiser  United Kingdom  1929  
Dragon  Danae-class Light Cruiser  United Kingdom  1917  
Dragonet  Balao-class Submarine  United States  1943  
Drayton  Mahan-class Destroyer  United States  1936  
Drum  Gato-class Submarine  United States  1941  
Duguay-Trouin  Duguay-Trouin-class Light Cruiser  France  1923  
Duke of York  King George V (1939)-class Battleship  United Kingdom    
Dunkerque  Dunkerque-class Battleship  France  1935  
Dupleix  Suffren-class Heavy Cruiser  France  1930  
Duquesne  Duquesne-class Heavy Cruiser  France  1925  



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