NameClassCountryYear of Launch
S-18  S-class Submarine  United States  1920  
S-23  S-class Submarine  United States  1920  
S-26  S-class Submarine  United States    
S-27  S-class Submarine  United States    
S-28  S-class Submarine  United States  1922  
S-30  S-class Submarine  United States  1918  
S-31  S-class Submarine  United States  1918  
S-32  S-class Submarine  United States  1919  
S-33  S-class Submarine  United States  1918  
S-34  S-class Submarine  United States  1919  
S-35  S-class Submarine  United States  1919  
S-36  S-class Submarine  United States    
S-37  S-class Submarine  United States  1919  
S-38  S-class Submarine  United States    
S-39  S-class Submarine  United States    
S-40  S-class Submarine  United States  1921  
S-41  S-class Submarine  United States    
S-42  S-class Submarine  United States    
S-43  S-class Submarine  United States    
S-44  S-class Submarine  United States  1923  
S-45  S-class Submarine  United States  1923  
S-46  S-class Submarine  United States  1923  
S-47  S-class Submarine  United States    
S-7  Srednyaya-class Submarine  Russia  1937  
Sable  No Classification  United States  1923  
Saginaw Bay  Casablanca-class Escort Carrier  United States    
Sailfish  Sargo-class Submarine  United States    
Saint Paul  Baltimore-class Heavy Cruiser  United States  1944  
Sakawa  Agano-class Light Cruiser  Japan  1944  
Salmon  Salmon-class Submarine  United States  1937  
Salt Lake City  Pensacola-class Heavy Cruiser  United States  1929  
San Diego  Atlanta-class Light Cruiser  United States  1941  
San Francisco  New Orleans-class Heavy Cruiser  United States    
San Jacinto  Independence-class Light Carrier  United States  1943  
San Juan  Atlanta-class Light Cruiser  United States  1941  
Sanborn  Haskell-class Attack Transport  United States  1944  
Sand Lance  Balao-class Submarine  United States    
Saratoga  Lexington-class Aircraft Carrier  United States  1925  
Sargent Bay  Casablanca-class Escort Carrier  United States  1944  
Sargo  Sargo-class Submarine  United States  1938  
Saufley  Fletcher-class Destroyer  United States  1942  
Saury  Sargo-class Submarine  United States    
Savo Island  Casablanca-class Escort Carrier  United States  1943  
Sawfish  Gato-class Submarine  United States  1942  
Scabbardfish  Balao-class Submarine  United States    
Scamp  Gato-class Submarine  United States    
Scharnhorst  Gneisenau-class Battlecruiser  Germany  1936  
Schlesien  Deutschland-class Battleship  Germany  1906  
Schleswig-Holstein  Deutschland-class Battleship  Germany  1906  
Schnellboot-class Summary Information  Schnellboot-class Motor Torpedo Boat  Germany    
Scirč  Adua-class Submarine  Italy  1938  
Scorpion  Gato-class Submarine  United States  1942  
Sculpin  Sargo-class Submarine  United States    
Sea Cat  Balao-class Submarine  United States  1944  
Sea Devil  Balao-class Submarine  United States    
Sea Dog  Balao-class Submarine  United States    
Sea Fox  Balao-class Submarine  United States    
Sea Owl  Balao-class Submarine  United States    
Sea Poacher  Balao-class Submarine  United States    
Sea Robin  Balao-class Submarine  United States  1944  
Seadragon  Sargo-class Submarine  United States    
Seahorse  Balao-class Submarine  United States  1943  
Seal  Salmon-class Submarine  United States  1937  
Sealion (Balao-class)  Balao-class Submarine  United States    
Sealion (Sargo-class)  Sargo-class Submarine  United States  1939  
Searaven  Sargo-class Submarine  United States  1939  
Seawolf  Sargo-class Submarine  United States    
Segundo  Balao-class Submarine  United States  1944  
Seisho Maru  No Classification  Japan  1918  
Sendai  Sendai-class Light Cruiser  Japan  1923  
Sennet  Balao-class Submarine  United States  1944  
Settsu  Kawachi-class Battleship  Japan  1911  
Shad  Gato-class Submarine  United States  1942  
Shamrock Bay  Casablanca-class Escort Carrier  United States  1944  
Shark (Balao-class)  Balao-class Submarine  United States  1943  
Shark (Porpoise-class)  Porpoise-class Submarine  United States  1935  
ShCh-205  Shchuka-class Submarine  Russia  1934  
ShCh-307  Shchuka-class Submarine  Russia  1934  
ShCh-317  Shchuka-class Submarine  Russia  1935  
ShCh-320  Shchuka-class Submarine  Russia  1935  
ShCh-324  Shchuka-class Submarine  Russia  1935  
ShCh-401  Shchuka-class Submarine  Russia  1935  
Shigure  Shiratsuyu-class Destroyer  Japan  1936  
Shimakaze  Shimakaze-class Destroyer  Japan  1942  
Shinano  Shinano-class Aircraft Carrier  Japan  1944  
Shinyo  Shinyo-class Escort Carrier  Japan    
Shinyo Maru  No Classification  Japan    
Shinyo-class Summary Information  Shinyo-class Motor Torpedo Boat  Japan    
Shoho  Zuiho-class Light Carrier  Japan  1935  
Shokaku  Shokaku-class Aircraft Carrier  Japan  1939  
Silversides  Gato-class Submarine  United States    
Sims  Sims-class Destroyer  United States  1939  
Skate  Balao-class Submarine  United States    
Skipjack  Salmon-class Submarine  United States  1937  
Smalley  Fletcher-class Destroyer  United States  1943  
Snapper  Salmon-class Submarine  United States    
Snook  Gato-class Submarine  United States  1942  
Sokrushitelnyi  Gnevny-class Destroyer  Russia  1936  
Soryu  Soryu-class Aircraft Carrier  Japan  1935  
South Dakota  South Dakota-class Battleship  United States  1941  
Soya  No Classification  Japan  1937  
Spadefish  Balao-class Submarine  United States    
Spearfish  Sargo-class Submarine  United States    
Spencer  Treasury-class USCG Cutter  United States  1937  
Spikefish  Balao-class Submarine  United States    
Spot  Balao-class Submarine  United States  1944  
Springer  Balao-class Submarine  United States  1944  
Sproston  Fletcher-class Destroyer  United States  1942  
St. Louis  St. Louis-class Light Cruiser  United States  1938  
Steamer Bay  Casablanca-class Escort Carrier  United States  1944  
Steelhead  Gato-class Submarine  United States    
Sterlet  Balao-class Submarine  United States  1943  
Stickleback  Balao-class Submarine  United States    
Stingray  Salmon-class Submarine  United States    
Stord  S-class Destroyer  Norway  1943  
Strasbourg  Dunkerque-class Battleship  France  1936  
Stuart  Scott-class Destroyer  Australia  1918  
Sturgeon  Salmon-class Submarine  United States    
Suffren  Suffren-class Heavy Cruiser  France  1927  
Sunfish (Gato-class)  Gato-class Submarine  United States  1942  
Sunfish (S-class)  S-class Submarine  United Kingdom  1936  
Suzukaze  Shiratsuyu-class Destroyer  Japan    
Suzuya  Mogami-class Heavy Cruiser  Japan  1934  
Swordfish  Sargo-class Submarine  United States    
Sydney  Leander-class Light Cruiser  Australia  1934  

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