U.S. Navy Cruiser Lineages

(CL 1 to CLGN 160
CB 1 to CB 6
CLC 1 to CC 2
CAG 1 to CG 73)

(Updated 6 March 2017)

Bibliography

Register of ships of the U.S. Navy, 1775-1990: Major Combatants by Karl Jack Bauer and Stephen S. Roberts

2017 Notes: Standardized builders' names.

Hull #

Name

Class

Shipyard

FY

LAID

LNCH

COMM

DECOM

STRICK

Notes

CL-1

Chester

Chester

Bath Iron Works, Bath, ME

FY1905

25 Sep 05

26 Jun 07

25 Apr 08


21 Jan 30


CL-2

Birmingham

Chester

Bethlehem Steel, Fore River, Quincy MA

FY1905

14 Aug 05

29 May 07

11 Apr 08


21 Jan 30


CL-3

Salem

Chester

Bethlehem Steel, Fore River, Quincy MA

FY1905

28 Aug 05

27 Jul 07

1 Aug 08


13 Nov 29


CL-4

Omaha

Omaha

Todd, Tacoma

FY1917

6 Dec 18

14 Dec 20

24 Feb 23

1 Nov 45

28 Nov 45


CL-5

Milwaukee

Omaha

Todd, Tacoma

FY1917

13 Dec 18

24 Mar 21

20 Jun 23

18 Mar 49

18 Mar 49

Loaned to the USSR as Murmansk from 20 April 1944 to 16 March 1949.

CL-6

Cincinnati

Omaha

Todd, Tacoma

FY1917

15 May 20

23 May 21

1 Jan 24

1 Nov 45

28 Nov 45


CL-7

Raleigh

Omaha

Bethlehem Steel, Fore River, Quincy MA

FY1917

16 Aug 20

25 Oct 22

6 Feb 24

2 Nov 45

28 Nov 45


CL-8

Detroit

Omaha

Bethlehem Steel, Fore River, Quincy MA

FY1918

10 Nov 20

29 Jun 22

31 Jul 23

11 Jan 46

21 Jan 46


CL-9

Richmond

Omaha

Cramp, Philadelphia

FY1918

16 Feb 20

29 Sep 21

2 Jul 23

21 Dec 45

21 Jan 46


CL-10

Concord

Omaha

Cramp, Philadelphia

FY1918

29 Mar 20

15 Dec 21

3 Nov 23

12 Dec 45

8 Jan 46


CL-11

Trenton

Omaha

Cramp, Philadelphia

FY1919

18 Aug 20

16 Apr 23

19 Apr 24

20 Dec 45

21 Jan 46


CL-12

Marblehead

Omaha

Cramp, Philadelphia

FY1919

4 Aug 20

9 Oct 23

8 Sep 24

1 Nov 45

28 Nov 45


CL-13

Memphis

Omaha

Cramp, PhiladelphiaF

FY1919

14 Oct 20

17 Apr 24

4 Feb 25

17 Dec 45

8 Jan 46


14

Skipped for unknown reasons

CA-15
CL-15

Olympia

Olympia

Union Iron Works San Francisco, CA

FY1889

17 Jun 91

5 Nov 92

5 Feb 95


2 Jan 57

Dewey's flagship at Manila Bay. Designated CA-15 on 17 July 1920, then CL-15 on 8 August 1921, and then IX-40 on 30 June 1931. Memorial at Philadelphia, PA since 11 September 1957, though this is highly uncertain with the memorial foundation being defrauded out of the money it needs to maintain her.

CL-16

Denver

Denver

Neafie & Levy

FY1900

28 Jun 00

21 Jun 02

17 May 04


12 Mar 31


CL-17

Des Moines

Denver

Bethlehem Steel, Fore River, Quincy MA

FY1900

28 Aug 00

20 Sep 02

5 Mar 04


13 Dec 29


CL-18

Chattanooga

Denver

Crescent

FY1900

29 Mar 00

7 Mar 03

11 Oct 04


13 Dec 29


CL-19

Galveston

Denver

Trigg

FY1900

19 Jan 01

23 Jul 03

15 Feb 05


1 Nov 30


CL-20

Tacoma

Denver

Union Iron Works Mare Island, CA

FY1900

27 Sep 00

2 Jun 03

30 Jan 04

WRECK

7 Feb 24

Ran aground off Vera Cruz, Mexico on 16 January 1924 in a heavy storm. After a week's attempt to free her, resulting in four drowning deaths, the ship was abandoned and the hulk sold for scrap on 5 September 1924.

CL-21

Cleveland

Denver

Bath Iron Works, Bath, ME

FY1900

1 Jun 00

28 Sep 01

2 Nov 03


13 Dec 29


CL-22

New Orleans
(Ex Amazonas)

New Orleans

Armstrong, Mitchell & Co. Newcastle-on-Tyne, England

N/A

1895

4 Dec 96

18 Mar 98


13 Nov 29

Bought from Brazil on 16 March 1898 in last minute effort to strengthen USN before Spanish-American War.

CL-23

Albany
(Ex Almirante Abreu)

New Orleans

Armstrong, Mitchell & Co. Newcastle-on-Tyne, England

N/A

1897

14 Jan 99

29 May 00


13 Nov 29

Bought from Brazil on 16 March 1898 in last minute effort to strengthen USN before Spanish-American War.

CA-24

Pensacola

Pensacola

New York Naval Shipyard

FY26

27 Oct 26

25 Apr 29

6 Feb 30

26 Aug 46

26 Nov 48

Survived both A-Bombs at Bikini Atoll, later sunk as target off Bremerton, WA on 10 November 1948.

CA-25

Salt Lake City

Pensacola

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY26

9 Jun 27

23 Jan 29

11 Dec 29

29 Aug 47

18 Jun 48

Survived both A-Bombs at Bikini Atoll, later sunk as target off California on 25 May 1948.

CA-26

Northampton

Northampton

Bethlehem Steel, Fore River, Quincy MA

FY27

12 Apr 28

5 Sep 29

17 May 30

SUNK


Sunk off Guadalcanal in surface action on 30 November 1942.

CA-27

Chester

Northampton

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY27

6 Mar 28

3 Jul 29

24 Jun 30

10 Jun 46

1 Mar 59


CA-28

Louisville

Northampton

Puget Sound Naval Shipyard

FY27

4 Jul 28

1 Sep 30

15 Jan 31

17 Jun 46

1 Mar 59


CA-29

Chicago

Northampton

Mare Island Naval Shipyard

FY27

10 Sep 28

10 Apr 30

9 Mar 31

SUNK


Sunk by Japanese aircraft off Rennell Island on 30 January 1943.

CA-30

Houston

Northampton

Newport News Shipbuilding

FY27

1 May 28

7 Sep 29

17 Jun 30

SUNK


Sunk in surface action off Java on 28 February 1942.

CA-31

Augusta

Northampton

Newport News Shipbuilding

FY27

2 Jul 28

1 Feb 30

30 Jan 31

19 Jul 46

1 Mar 59


CA-32

New Orleans

New Orleans

New York Naval Shipyard

FY30

14 Mar 31

12 Apr 33

02/15/34

10 Feb 47

1 Mar 59

Originally laid down as CL-32.

CA-33

Portland

Portland

Bethlehem Steel, Fore River, Quincy MA

FY30

17 Feb 30

21 May 32

23 Feb 33

12 Jul 46

1 Mar 59


CA-34

Astoria

New Orleans

Puget Sound Naval Shipyard

FY30

1 Sep 30

16 Dec 33

28 Apr 34

SUNK


Sunk by Japanese ships off Savo Island on 9 August 1942.

CA-35

Indianapolis

Portland

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY30

31 Mar 30

7 Nov 31

15 Nov 32

SUNK


Sunk by I-58 off the Philippines on 29 July 1945 after she had delivered LITTLE BOY components to Tinian.

CA-36

Minneapolis

New Orleans

Philadelphia Naval Shipyard

FY30

27 Jun 31

6 Sep 33

19 May 34

10 Feb 47

1 Mar 59


CA-37

Tuscaloosa

New Orleans

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY31

3 Sep 31

15 Nov 33

17 Aug 34

13 Feb 46

1 Mar 59


CA-38

San Francisco

New Orleans

Mare Island Naval Shipyard

FY31

9 Sep 31

9 Mar 33

10 Feb 34

10 Feb 46

1 Mar 59


CA-39

Quincy

Quincy

Bethlehem Steel, Fore River, Quincy MA

FY33

15 Nov 33

19 Jun 35

9 Jun 36

SUNK


Significant changes made to save weight, such as aft turret being moved back eight feet compared to other New Orleans Class ships. Sunk by Japanese ships off Savo Island on 9 August 1942. 370 killed.

CL-40

Brooklyn

Brooklyn

New York Naval Shipyard

FY34

12 Mar 35

30 Nov 36

30 Sep 37

3 Jan 47

22 Jan 51

Given to Chile on 9 January 1951 as O'Higgins. Decommissioned 14 January 1992 and sank 3 November 1992 while under tow to breakers.

CL-41

Philadelphia

Brooklyn

Philadelphia Naval Shipyard

FY34

28 May 35

17 Nov 36

23 Sep 37

3 Feb 47

22 Jan 51

Given to Brazil on 9 January 1951 as Barroso. Scrapped 1974.

CL-42

Savannah

Brooklyn

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY34

31 May 34

8 May 37

10 Mar 38

3 Feb 47

1 Mar 59


CL-43

Nashville

Brooklyn

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY34

24 Jan 35

2 Oct 37

6 Jun 38

24 Jun 46

22 Jan 51

Given to Chile on 9 January 1951 as Capitan Prat. Served in Chilean Navy until 1985.

CA-44

Vincennes

Quincy

Bethlehem Steel, Fore River, Quincy MA

FY34

2 Jan 34

21 May 36

24 Feb 37

SUNK

2 Nov 42

Significant changes made to save weight, such as aft turret being moved back eight feet compared to other New Orleans Class ships. Sunk by Japanese ships off Savo Island on 9 August 1942. 332 killed.

CA-45

Wichita

Wichita

Philadelphia Naval Shipyard

FY35

28 Oct 35

16 Nov 37

16 Feb 39

3 Feb 47

1 Mar 59


CL-46

Phoenix

Brooklyn

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY35

15 Apr 35

12 Mar 38

3 Oct 38

3 Jul 46

25 Jan 51

Given to Argentina on 9 April 1951 as 17 de Octubre. Renamed to General Belgrano in 1956. Sunk on 2 May 1982 during Falklands War by HMS Conqueror. 323 killed.

CL-47

Boise

Brooklyn

Newport News Shipbuilding

FY35

1 Apr 35

3 Dec 36

12 Aug 38

1 Jul 46

25 Jan 51

Given to Argentina on 11 January 1951 as Nueve de Julio. Remained in service with Argentinia until 1978 when decommissioned and towed to Japan as scrap.

CL-48

Honolulu

Brooklyn

New York Naval Shipyard

FY35

10 Sep 35

26 Aug 37

15 Jun 38

3 Feb 47

1 Mar 59


CL-49

St. Louis

St. Louis

Newport News Shipbuilding

FY36

10 Dec 36

15 Apr 38

19 May 39

20 Jun 46

22 Jan 51

Given to Brazil on 9 January 1951 as Tamandare. Stricken from Brazilian Navy in 1976. Sank 24 August 1980 near the Cape of Good Hope enroute to breakers in Taiwan.

CL-50

Helena

St. Louis

New York Naval Shipyard

FY36

9 Dec 36

27 Aug 38

18 Sep 39

SUNK


Sunk in surface action in Kula Gulf, Solomons on 6 July 1943.

CL-51

Atlanta

Atlanta

Federal Shipbuilding, Kearny, NJ

FY39

22 Apr 40

6 Sep 41

24 Dec 41

SUNK


Sunk in surface action off Guadalcanal on 13 November 1942.

CL-52

Juneau

Atlanta

Federal Shipbuilding, Kearny, NJ

FY39

27 May 40

25 Oct 41

14 Feb 42

SUNK


Sunk by I-26 off Guadalcanal on 13 November 1942.

CL-53

San Diego

Atlanta

Bethlehem Steel, Fore River, Quincy MA

FY39

27 Mar 40

26 Jul 41

10 Jan 42

4 Nov 46

1 Mar 59

Redesignated CLAA-53 on 18 March 1949.

CL-54

San Juan

Atlanta

Bethlehem Steel, Fore River, Quincy MA

FY39

15 May 40

6 Sep 41

28 Feb 42

9 Nov 46

1 Mar 59

Redesignated CLAA-54 on 18 March 1949.

CL-55

Cleveland

Cleveland

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY40

1 Jul 40

1 Nov 41

15 Jun 42

7 Feb 47

1 Mar 59


CL-56

Columbia

Cleveland

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY40

19 Aug 40

17 Dec 41

29 Jul 42

30 Nov 46

1 Mar 59

Flew the Confederate Naval Ensign to honor her namesake, the capital city of South Carolina, which was the first state to secede from the Union.

CL-57

Montpelier

Cleveland

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY41

2 Dec 40

12 Feb 42

9 Sep 42

24 Jan 47

1 Mar 59


CL-58

Denver

Cleveland

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY41

26 Dec 40

4 Apr 42

15 Oct 42

7 Feb 47

1 Mar 59


CL-59

Amsterdam

Cleveland

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY41

1 May 41

Completed as Aircraft Carrier

Redesignated to CV-22 on 10 January 1942.

CL-60

Santa Fe

Cleveland

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY41

7 Jun 41

10 Jun 42

24 Nov 42

19 Oct 46

1 Mar 59


CL-61

Tallahassee

Cleveland

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY41

2 Jun 41

Completed as Aircraft Carrier

Redesignated to CV-23 on 16 February 1942

CL-62

Birmingham

Cleveland

Newport News Shipbuilding

FY41

17 Feb 41

20 Mar 42

29 Jan 43

2 Jan 47

1 Mar 59


CL-63

Mobile

Cleveland

Newport News Shipbuilding

FY41

14 Apr 41

15 May 42

24 Mar 43

9 May 47

1 Mar 59


CL-64

Vincennes
(Ex Flint)

Cleveland

Bethlehem Steel, Fore River, Quincy MA

FY41

7 Mar 42

17 Jul 43

21 Jan 44

10 Sep 46

1 Apr 66

Renamed 16 October 1942. Sunk as target off California on 28 October 1969.

CL-65

Pasadena

Cleveland

Bethlehem Steel, Fore River, Quincy MA

FY41

6 Feb 43

28 Dec 43

8 Jun 44

12 Jan 50

1 Dec 70


CL-66

Springfield

Cleveland

Bethlehem Steel, Fore River, Quincy MA

FY41

13 Feb 43

9 Mar 44

9 Sep 44

30 Jan 50

Converted to CLG

Redesignated CLG-7 on 23 May 1957 and converted to Providence class CLG.

CL-67

Topeka

Cleveland

Bethlehem Steel, Fore River, Quincy MA

FY41

21 Apr 43

19 Aug 44

23 Dec 44

18 Jun 49

Converted to CLG

Redesignated CLG-8 on 23 May 1957 and converted to Providence class CLG.

CA-68

Baltimore

Baltimore

Bethlehem Steel, Fore River, Quincy MA

FY41

26 May 41

28 Jul 42

15 Apr 43
28 Nov 51

8 Jul 46
31 May 56

15 Feb 71


CA-69

Boston

Baltimore

Bethlehem Steel, Fore River, Quincy MA

FY41

30 Jun 41

26 Aug 42

30 Jun 43

12 Mar 46

Converted to CAG

Redesignated CAG-1 on 4 January 1952. Converted to Boston class CAG.

CA-70

Canberra
(Ex Pittsburgh)

Baltimore

Bethlehem Steel, Fore River, Quincy MA

FY41

3 Sep 41

19 Apr 43

14 Oct 43

7 Mar 47

Converted to CAG

Renamed 12 October 1942. Redesignated CAG-2 on 4 January 1952. Converted to Boston class CAG. 

CA-71

Quincy
(Ex St. Paul)

Baltimore

Bethlehem Steel, Fore River, Quincy MA

FY41

9 Oct 41

23 Jun 43

15 Dec 43
31 Jan 52

19 Oct 46
2 Jul 54

1 Oct 73

Renamed 16 October 1942.

CA-72

Pittsburgh
(Ex Albany)

Baltimore

Bethlehem Steel, Fore River, Quincy MA

FY41

3 Feb 43

22 Feb 44

10 Oct 44
25 Sep 51

7 Mar 47
28 Aug 56

1 Jul 73

Renamed 26 November 1942. 104 feet of her bow broke off during typhoon on 4 June 1945. No fatalities (!).

CA-73

St. Paul
(Ex Rochester)

Baltimore

Bethlehem Steel, Fore River, Quincy MA

FY41

3 Feb 43

16 Sep 44

17 Feb 45

30 Apr 70

31 Jul 78

Renamed 26 November 1942. Last all gun Baltimore in USN service.

CA-74

Columbus

Baltimore

Bethlehem Steel, Fore River, Quincy MA

FY41

28 Jun 43

30 Nov 44

8 Jun 45

8 May 59

Converted to CG

Redesignated CG-12 on 30 September 1959. Converted to Albany class CG over three and a half years.

CA-75

Helena
(Ex Des Moines)

Baltimore

Bethlehem Steel, Fore River, Quincy MA

FY41

9 Sep 43

28 Apr 45

4 Sep 45

29 Jun 63

1 Jan 74

Renamed 6 November 1944.

CL-76

New Haven

Cleveland

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY41

11 Aug 41

Completed as Aircraft Carrier

Redesignated to CV-24 on 16 February 1942

CL-77

Huntington

Cleveland

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY41

17 Nov 41

Completed as Aircraft Carrier

Redesignated to CV-25 on 27 March 1942

CL-78

Dayton

Cleveland

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY41

29 Dec 41

Completed as Aircraft Carrier

Redesignated to CV-26 on 27 March 1942

CL-79

Wilmington

Cleveland

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY41

16 Mar 42

Completed as Aircraft Carrier

Redesignated to CV-28 on 2 June 1942

CL-80

Biloxi

Cleveland

Newport News Shipbuilding

FY41

9 Jul 41

23 Feb 43

31 Aug 43

29 Aug 46

1 Sep 61


CL-81

Houston
(Ex Vicksburg)

Cleveland

Newport News Shipbuilding

FY41

4 Aug 41

19 Jun 43

20 Dec 43

15 Dec 47

1 Mar 59

Renamed 12 October 1942.

CL-82

Providence

Cleveland

Bethlehem Steel, Fore River, Quincy MA

FY41

27 Jul 43

28 Dec 44

15 May 45

14 Jun 49

Converted to CLG

Redesignated as CLG-6 on 23 May 1957. Converted to Galveston class CLG.

CL-83

Manchester

Cleveland

Bethlehem Steel, Fore River, Quincy MA

FY41

25 Sep 44

5 Mar 46

29 Oct 46

27 Jun 56

1 Apr 60


CL-84

Buffalo

Cleveland

Federal Shipbuilding, Kearny, NJ

FY41

No

No

No

No

No

Cancelled 16 December 1940 to allow Kearny to concentrate on Destroyer Production. Replaced by CL-99 in program.

CL-85

Fargo

Cleveland

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY41

Built as an Aircraft Carrier

Redesignated to CV-27 on 27 March 1942

CL-86

Vicksburg
(Ex Cheyenne)

Cleveland

Newport News Shipbuilding

FY41

26 Oct 42

14 Dec 43

12 Jun 44

30 Jun 47

1 Oct 62

Renamed 26 November 1942

CL-87

Duluth

Cleveland

Newport News Shipbuilding

FY41

9 Nov 42

13 Jan 44

18 Sep 44

25 Jun 49

1 Jan 60


CL-88

Newark

Cleveland

Federal Shipbuilding, Kearny, NJ

FY41

No

No

No

No

No

Cancelled 16 December 1940 to allow Kearny to concentrate on Destroyer Production. Replaced by CL-100 in program.

CL-89

Miami

Cleveland

Cramp, Philadelphia

FY41

2 Aug 41

8 Dec 42

28 Dec 43

30 Jun 47

1 Sep 61


CL-90

Astoria
(Ex Wilkes Barre)

Cleveland

Cramp, Philadelphia

FY41

6 Sep 41

6 Mar 43

17 May 44

1 Jul 49

1 Nov 69

Renamed 16 October 1942.

CL-91

Oklahoma City

Cleveland

Cramp, Philadelphia

FY41

8 Dec 42

20 Feb 44

22 Dec 44

30 Jun 47

Converted to CLG

Redesignated as CLG-5 on 23 May 1957. Converted to Galveston class CLG.

CL-92

Little Rock

Cleveland

Cramp, Philadelphia

FY41

6 Mar 43

27 Aug 44

17 Jun 45

24 Jun 49

Converted to CLG

Reclassified as CLG-4 on 23 May 1957. Converted to Galveston class CLG.

CL-93

Galveston

Cleveland

Cramp, Philadelphia

FY41

20 Feb 44

22 Apr 45

No

No

Converted to CLG

Construction suspended on 24 June 1946 when almost complete. Reclassified as CLG-93 on 23 May 1957 and completed as Galveston class CLG.

CL-94

Youngstown

Cleveland

Cramp, Philadelphia

FY41

4 Sep 44

No

No

No

No

Cancelled 12 August 1945

CL-95

Oakland

Oakland

Bethlehem Steel, Pacific Coast Yard, San Francisco, CA

FY41

15 Jul 41

23 Oct 42

17 Jul 43

1 Jul 49

1 Mar 59

Redesignated CLAA-95 on 18 March 1949.

CL-96

Reno
(Ex Tucson)

Oakland

Bethlehem Steel, Pacific Coast Yard, San Francisco, CA

FY41

1 Aug 41

23 Dec 42

28 Dec 43

4 Nov 46

1 Mar 59

Renamed on 15 March 1941. Redesignated CLAA-96 on 18 March 1949. One of her gun turrets is in the US Navy Museum, Washington, DC.

CL-97

Flint
(Ex Spokane)

Oakland

Bethlehem Steel, Pacific Coast Yard, San Francisco, CA

FY41

23 Oct 42

25 Jan 44

31 Aug 44

6 May 47

1 Sep 65

Renamed on 26 November 1942. Redesignated CLAA-97 on 18 March 1949.

CL-98

Tucson
(Ex Reno)

Oakland

Bethlehem Steel, Pacific Coast Yard, San Francisco, CA

FY41

23 Dec 42

3 Sep 44

3 Feb 45

11 Jun 49

1 Jun 66

Renamed on 15 March 1941. Redesignated CLAA-98 on 18 March 1949. Served as a test hulk after being stricken until 1970. Sold for scrap on 24 February 1971. A base from one of her gun turrets was surplused and used as a rotating mount for a Van de Graaf particle accelerator at the U of Arizona in Tucson, AZ until 2005 when it was shut down.

CL-99

Buffalo

Cleveland

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY41

Built as an Aircraft Carrier

Redesignated to CV-29 on 2 June 1942.

CL-100

Newark

Cleveland

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY41

Built as an Aircraft Carrier

Redesignated to CV-30 on 2 June 1942.

CL-101

Amsterdam

Cleveland

Newport News Shipbuilding

FY42

3 Mar 43

25 Apr 44

8 Jan 45

30 Jun 47

2 Jan 71


CL-102

Portsmouth

Cleveland

Newport News Shipbuilding

FY42

28 Jun 43

20 Sep 44

25 Jun 45

15 Jun 49

1 Dec 70

Two of her main engines were recycled into the MARF facility that supports the S7G reactor prototype at Ballston Spa, NY

CL-103

Wilkes Barre

Cleveland

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY43

14 Dec 42

24 Dec 43

1 Jul 44

9 Oct 47

15 Jan 71

Sunk as target off Key West, FL on 12 May 1972

CL-104

Atlanta

Cleveland

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY43

25 Jan 43

6 Feb 44

3 Dec 44

1 Jul 49

1 Apr 70

Converted and reinstated as IX-304 on 15 May 1964. Used as target ship to study high energy explosion effects against mock DLG/DDG superstructures during Operation SAILOR HAT in 1965. Sunk as target during explosives test off California on 1 October 1970

CL-105

Dayton

Cleveland

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY43

8 Mar 43

19 Mar 44

7 Jan 45

1 Mar 49

1 Sep 61


CL-106

Fargo

Fargo

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY43

23 Aug 43

25 Feb 45

9 Dec 45

14 Feb 50

1 Mar 70


CL-107

Huntington

Fargo

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY43

4 Oct 43

8 Apr 45

23 Feb 46

15 Jun 49

1 Sep 61


CL-108

Newark

Fargo

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY43

17 Jan 44

14 Dec 45

No

No

No

Cancelled 12 August 1945 at 67.8% complete. Hulk launched to be used for underwater explosion tests. Used in tests from March-July 1948. Hulk sold for scrap on 2 April 1949.

CL-109

New Haven

Fargo

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY43

28 Feb 44

No

No

No

No

Cancelled 12 August 1945. Would have been launched on 2 December 1945. Considered for conversion to a passenger liner. Scrapped instead.

CL-110

Buffalo

Fargo

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY43

3 Apr 44

No

No

No

No

Cancelled 12 August 1945

CL-111

Wilmington

Fargo

Cramp, Philadelphia

FY43

5 Mar 45

No

No

No

No

Originally ordered at New York SB, but cancelled on 2 September 1944 due to a lack of labor there. Reordered on 4 September 1944 from Cramp. Cancelled 12 August 1945

CL-112

Vallejo

Fargo

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY43

No

No

No

No

No

Originally ordered at New York SB, but cancelled due to labor shortages. Remained cancelled due to Cramp's backlog. Cancelled 5 October 1944

CL-113

Helena

Fargo

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY43

No

No

No

No

No

Originally ordered at New York SB, but cancelled due to labor shortages. Remained cancelled due to Cramp's backlog. Cancelled 5 October 1944

CL-114

Roanoke

Fargo

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY43

No

No

No

No

No

Originally ordered at New York SB, but cancelled due to labor shortages. Remained cancelled due to Cramp's backlog. Cancelled 5 October 1944

CL-115

Unnamed

Fargo

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY43

No

No

No

No

No

Originally ordered at New York SB, but cancelled due to labor shortages. Remained cancelled due to Cramp's backlog. Cancelled 5 October 1944

CL-116

Tallahassee

Fargo

Newport News Shipbuilding

FY43

31 Jan 44

No

No

No

No

Cancelled 12 August 1945

CL-117

Cheyenne

Fargo

Newport News Shipbuilding

FY43

29 May 44

No

No

No

No

Cancelled 12 August 1945

CL-118

Chattanooga
(Ex Norfolk)

Fargo

Newport News Shipbuilding

FY43

9 Oct 44

No

No

No

No

Renamed on 18 August 1944. Cancelled 12 August 1945.

CL-119

Juneau

Juneau

Federal Shipbuilding, Kearny, NJ

FY43

15 Sep 44

15 Jul 45

15 Feb 46

23 Jul 55

1 Nov 59

Redesignated CLAA-119 on 18 March 1949. 

CL-120

Spokane

Juneau

Federal Shipbuilding, Kearny, NJ

FY43

15 Nov 44

22 Sep 45

17 May 46

27 Feb 50

15 Apr 72

Redesignated CLAA-120 on 18 March 1949. Redesignated AG-191 on 1 April 1966.

CL-121

Fresno

Juneau

Federal Shipbuilding, Kearny, NJ

FY43

12 Feb 45

5 Mar 46

27 Nov 46

17 May 49

1 Apr 65

Redesignated CLAA-121 on 18 March 1949.

CA-122

Oregon City

Oregon City

Bethlehem Steel, Fore River, Quincy MA

FY43

8 Apr 44

9 Jun 45

16 Feb 46

15 Dec 47

1 Nov 70


CA-123

Albany

Oregon City

Bethlehem Steel, Fore River, Quincy MA

FY43

6 Mar 44

30 Jun 45

15 Jun 46

30 Jun 58

Conv to CG

Redesignated CG-10 on 1 November 1948. Converted to Albany class CG over four years.

CA-124

Rochester

Oregon City

Bethlehem Steel, Fore River, Quincy MA

FY43

29 May 44

28 Aug 45

20 Dec 46

15 Aug 61

1 Oct 73


CA-125

Northampton

Oregon City

Bethlehem Steel, Fore River, Quincy MA

FY43

31 Aug 44

Completed as CLC

Cancelled on 12 August 1945 at 56.2% complete.. Hulk held in reserve until she was ordered as CLC-1 on 1 November 1947. Work resumed on 1 July 1948.

CA-126

Cambridge

Oregon City

Bethlehem Steel, Fore River, Quincy MA

FY43

16 Dec 44

No

No

No

No

Cancelled 12 August 1945

CA-127

Bridgeport
(Ex Chicago)

Oregon City

Bethlehem Steel, Fore River, Quincy MA

FY43

13 Jan 45

No

No

No

No

The original name of Chicago was reassigned to CA-136 on 15 June 1943. The final name of Bridgeport was assigned on 28 June 1944. Cancelled 12 August 1945

CA-128

Kansas City

Oregon City

Bethlehem Steel, Fore River, Quincy MA

FY43

9 Jul 45

No

No

No

No

Cancelled 12 August 1945

CA-129

Tulsa

Oregon City

Bethlehem Steel, Fore River, Quincy MA

FY43

No

No

No

No

No

Cancelled 12 August 1945

CA-130

Bremerton

Baltimore

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY43

1 Feb 43

2 Jul 44

29 Apr 45

29 Jul 69

1 Oct 73


CA-131

Fall River

Baltimore

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY43

12 Apr 43

13 Aug 44

1 Jul 45

3 Oct 47

19 Feb 71


CA-132

Macon

Baltimore

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY43

14 Jun 43

15 Oct 44

26 Aug 45

10 Mar 61

1 Nov 69


CA-133

Toledo

Baltimore

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY43

13 Sep 43

6 May 45

27 Oct 46

21 May 60

1 Jan 74


CA-134

Des Moines

Des Moines

Bethlehem Steel, Fore River, Quincy MA

FY43

28 May 45

27 Sep 46

16 Nov 48

6 Jul 61

9 Jul 91

Originally ordered as Baltimore class ship. Reordered as Des Moines on 25 September 1943. Attempt to turn her into museum in Milwaukee, WI failed. Sold for scrap in 2007 and broken up by July 2007.

CA-135

Los Angeles

Baltimore

Philadelphia Naval Shipyard

FY43

28 Jul 43

20 Aug 44

22 Jul 45
27 Jan 51

9 Apr 48
15 Nov 63

1 Jan 74

Featured in Tintin comic "The Red Sea Sharks".

CA-136

Chicago

Baltimore

Philadelphia Naval Shipyard

FY43

28 Jul 43

20 Aug 44

10 Jan 45

6 Jun 47

Conv to CG

Redesignated CG-11 on 1 November 1958 and towed to San Francisco Naval Shipyard on the same date to begin conversion to Albany class CG over five years.

CA-137

Norfolk

Oregon City

Philadelphia Naval Shipyard

FY43

27 Dec 44

No

No

No

No

Cancelled 12 August 1945

CA-138

Scranton

Oregon City

Philadelphia Naval Shipyard

FY43

27 Dec 44

No

No

No

No

Cancelled 12 August 1945

CA-139

Salem

Des Moines

Bethlehem Steel, Fore River, Quincy MA

FY44

4 Jul 45

25 Mar 47

14 May 49

30 Jan 59

12 Jul 91

Originally ordered as Oregon City class ship on 14 June 1943. Became Des Moines class design in August 1943. Museum Ship in Quincy, MA.

CA-140

Dallas

Des Moines

Bethlehem Steel, Fore River, Quincy MA

FY44

15 Oct 45

No

No

No

No

Originally ordered as Oregon City class ship on 14 June 1943. Became Des Moines class design in August 1943. Cancelled 6 Jun 46

CA-141

Unnamed

Des Moines

Bethlehem Steel, Fore River, Quincy MA

FY44

No

No

No

No

No

Originally ordered as Oregon City class ship on 14 June 1943. Became Des Moines class design in August 1943. Cancelled 7 Jan 46

CA-142

Unnamed

Des Moines

Bethlehem Steel, Fore River, Quincy MA

FY44

No

No

No

No

No

Originally ordered as Oregon City class ship on 14 June 1943. Became Des Moines class design in August 1943. Cancelled 12 Aug 45

CA-143

Unnamed

Des Moines

Bethlehem Steel, Fore River, Quincy MA

FY44

No

No

No

No

No

Originally ordered as Worcester class ship on 15 June 1943. Reawarded as Des Moines class on 8 April 1944. Cancelled 12 August 1945.

CL-144

Worcester

Worcester

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY44

29 Jan 45

4 Feb 47

26 Jun 48

19 Dec 58

1 Dec 70


CL-145

Roanoke

Worcester

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY44

15 May 45

16 Jun 47

4 Apr 49

31 Oct 58

1 Dec 70


CL-146

Vallejo

Worcester

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY44

16 Jul 45

No

No

No

No

Cancelled 12 August 1945

CL-147

Gary

Worcester

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY44

No

No

No

No

No

Cancelled 12 August 1945

CA-148

Newport News

Des Moines

Newport News Shipbuilding

FY44

1 Oct 45

6 Mar 47

29 Jan 49

27 Jun 75

31 Jul 78

Originally ordered as Worcester class ship on 14 June 1943. Reawarded as Des Moines on 8 April 1944. Sold for Scrap on 25 February 1993.

CA-149

Unnamed

Des Moines

Newport News Shipbuilding

FY44

No

No

No

No

No

Originally ordered as Worcester class ship on 14 June 1943. Reawarded as Des Moines on 8 April 1944. Cancelled 12 August 1945.

CA-150

Dallas

Des Moines

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY45

No

No

No

No

No

Cancelled 28 March 1945

CA-151

Unnamed

Des Moines

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY45

No

No

No

No

No

Cancelled 28 March 1945

CA-152

Unnamed

Des Moines

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY45

No

No

No

No

No

Cancelled 28 March 1945

CA-153

Unnamed

Des Moines

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY45

No

No

No

No

No

Cancelled 28 March 1945

CL-154

Unnamed

CL-154

Not Assigned

FY45

No

No

No

No

No

Cancelled 26 March 1945

CL-155

Unnamed

CL-154

Not Assigned

FY45

No

No

No

No

No

Cancelled 26 March 1945

CL-156

Unnamed

CL-154

Not Assigned

FY45

No

No

No

No

No

Cancelled 26 March 1945

CL-157

Unnamed

CL-154

Not Assigned

FY45

No

No

No

No

No

Cancelled 26 March 1945

CL-158

Unnamed

CL-154

Not Assigned

FY45

No

No

No

No

No

Cancelled 26 March 1945

CL-159

Unnamed

CL-154

Not Assigned

FY45

No

No

No

No

No

Cancelled 26 March 1945

CLGN-160

Long Beach

Long Beach
(SCB-169)

Bethlehem Steel, Fore River, Quincy MA

FY57

2 Dec 57

14 Jul 59

9 Sep 61

1 May 95

1 May 95

Redesignated to CGN-160 on 6 December 1956. Redesignated to CGN-9 on 1 July 1957. Inactivated on 2 July 1994.

Large Cruiser Lineage

Hull #

Name

Class

Shipyard

FY

LAID

LNCH

COMM

DECOM

STRICK

Notes

CB-1

Alaska

Alaska

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY41

17 Dec 41

15 Aug 43

17 Jun 44

17 Feb 47

1 Jun 60

Sold for Scrap on 30 Jun 1961

CB-2

Guam

Alaska

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY41

2 Feb 42

12 Nov 43

17 Sep 44

17 Feb 47

1 Jun 60

Sold for Scrap on 20 Jun 1961

CB-3

Hawaii

Alaska

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY41

20 Dec 43

3 Nov 45

No

No

9 Jun 58

Suspended May 1942 before keel could be laid. 4,100 tonnes of material for her diverted to other ships. Re-added 25 May 1943 to construction lineup. Cancelled on 17 February 1947 when 82.4% Complete. Proposed to be converted into a ballistic missile ship, then a guided missile ship, and finally a command cruiser. The command cruiser conversion received funding in FY52 and she was redesignated CBC-1 on 26 February 1952. When the program was canceled in 1953, she reverted to CB-3 on 9 September 1943. Proposed for a Polaris conversion in 1957. Sold for Scrap on 23 Apr 1959

CB-4

Philippines

Alaska

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY41

No

No

No

No

No

Suspended May 1942 before keel could be laid.
Cancelled 24 June 1943.

CB-5

Puerto Rico

Alaska

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY41

No

No

No

No

No

Suspended May 1942 before keel could be laid.
Cancelled 24 June 1943.

CB-6

Samoa

Alaska

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY41

No

No

No

No

No

Suspended May 1942 before keel could be laid.
Cancelled 24 June 1943.

Command Light Cruiser / Command Ship Lineage

Note: Shipyard is that in which conversion work was done.

Hull #

Name

Class

Shipyard

FY

LAID

LNCH

COMM

DECOM

STRICK

Notes

CLC-1
CC-1

Northampton

Northampton

Bethlehem Steel, Fore River, Quincy MA

FY1949

31 Aug 44

27 Jan 51

7 Mar 53

8 Apr 70

1 Dec 77

Originally CA-125. Cancelled on 12 August 1945 at 56.2% complete. Held in reserve until reordered as a command ship on 1 July 1948. Redesignated CC-1 on 15 September 1961. Could act as a fleet flagship or amphibious force flagship. Served as National Emergency Command Post Afloat (NECPA).

CC-2

Wright

Wright

Puget Sound Naval Shipyard


Conv

Conv

11 May 63

27 May 70

1 Dec 77

Conversion of CVL-49 Wright. Converted from 15 March 1962 to 11 May 1963.

Guided Missile Cruiser Lineage

Note: For ships that were converted from existing gun cruisers, the Shipyard is that in which the conversion work was done.

Hull #

Name

Class

Shipyard

FY

LAID

LNCH

COMM

DECOM

STRICK

Notes

CAG-1

Boston

Boston
(SCB-48)

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY1952

Conv.

Conv.

1 Nov 55

5 May 70

4 Jan 74

Conversion began on 11 April 1952. Redesignated CA-69 on 1 May 1968 due to limitations of early model Terrier.

CAG-2

Canberra

Boston
(SCB-48)

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY1952

Conv.

Conv.

15 Jun 56

2 Feb 70

31 Jul 78

Conversion began on 30 June 1952. Redesignated CA-70 on 1 May 1968 due to limitations of early model Terrier; and missile system removed later.

CLG-3

Galveston

Galveston
(SCB-140)

Philadelphia Naval Shipyard

FY1956

Conv.

Conv.

28 May 58

25 May 70

21 Dec 73

Conversion began on 15 August 1956.

CLG-4

Little Rock

Little Rock
(SCB-140A)

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY1957

Conv.

Conv.

3 Jun 60

22 Nov 76

22 Nov 76

Conversion began on 30 January 1957. Memorial at Buffalo, NY since 21 June 1977.

CLG-5

Oklahoma City

Little Rock
(SCB-140A)

Bethlehem Steel, Pacific Coast Yard, San Francisco, CA

FY1957

Conv.

Conv.

7 Sep 60

15 Dec 79

15 Dec 79

Conversion began on 21 May 1957. Sunk off Guam on 25 March 1999.

CLG-6

Providence

Providence
(SCB-146)

Boston Naval Shipyard

FY1957

Conv.

Conv.

17 Sep 59

31 Aug 73

31 Jul 78

Conversion began on 1 June 1957. Originally CL-66 Pasadena had been slated for conversion to CLG-6.

CLG-7

Springfield

Springfield
(SCB-146A)

Bethlehem Steel, Fore River, Quincy MA

FY1957

Conv.

Conv.

2 Jul 60

15 May 74

31 Jul 78

Conversion began on 1 August 1957. Conversion completed at Boston Naval Shipyard due to strike at Quincy.

CLG-8

Topeka

Springfield
(SCB-146A)

Boston Naval Shipyard

FY1957

Conv.

Conv.

26 Mar 60

5 Jun 69

1 Dec 73

Conversion began on 19 August 1957.

CGN-9

Long Beach

Long Beach
(SCB-169)

Bethlehem Steel, Fore River, Quincy MA

FY1957

2 Dec 57

14 Jul 59

9 Sep 61

1 May 95

1 May 95

Redesignated to CGN-9 on 1 July 1957. Inactivated on 2 July 1994.

CG-10

Albany

Albany
(SCB-173)

Boston Naval Shipyard

FY1958

Conv.

Conv.

3 Nov 62

29 Aug 80

30 Jun 85

Conversion began on 2 January 1959.

CG-11

Chicago

Albany
(SCB-173)

Puget Sound Naval Shipyard

FY1959

Conv.

Conv.

2 May 64

1 Mar 80

31 Jan 84

Conversion began on 1 July 1959.

CG-12

Columbus

Albany
(SCB-173)

Puget Sound Naval Shipyard

FY1959

Conv.

Conv.

1 Dec 62

31 Jan 75

9 Aug 76

Conversion began on 1 June 1959.

13

Skipped to allow Leahy class DLGs to keep same hull numbers in 1975 reclassification.

14

Skipped to allow Leahy class DLGs to keep same hull numbers in 1975 reclassification.

15

Skipped to allow Leahy class DLGs to keep same hull numbers in 1975 reclassification.

CG-16

Leahy

Leahy
(SCB-172)

Bath Iron Works, Bath, ME

FY1958

3 Dec 59

1 Jul 61

4 Aug 62

1 Oct 93

1 Oct 93


CG-17

Harry E. Yarnell

Leahy
(SCB-172)

Bath Iron Works, Bath, ME

FY1958

31 May 60

9 Dec 61

2 Feb 63

29 Oct 93

29 Oct 93


CG-18

Worden

Leahy
(SCB-172)

Bath Iron Works, Bath, ME

FY1958

19 Sep 60

2 Jun 62

3 Aug 63

1 Oct 93

1 Oct 93

Sunk as target on 17 June 2000.

CG-19

Dale

Leahy
(SCB-172)

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY1959

6 Sep 60

28 Jul 62

23 Nov 63

27 Sep 94

27 Sep 94

Sunk as target in January 2000.

CG-20

Richmond K. Turner

Leahy
(SCB-172)

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY1959

9 Jan 61

6 Apr 63

13 Jun 64

13 Apr 95

13 Apr 95

Sunk off Puerto Rico as target on 9 August 1998.

CG-21

Gridley

Leahy
(SCB-172)

Puget Sound Bridge & Drydock, Seattle, WA

FY1959

15 Jul 60

31 Jul 61

25 May 63

21 Jan 94

21 Jan 94


CG-22

England

Leahy
(SCB-172)

Todd Shipyards, San Pedro, CA

FY1959

4 Oct 60

6 Mar 62

7 Dec 63

21 Jan 94

21 Jan 94


CG-23

Halsey

Leahy
(SCB-172)

San Francisco Naval Shipyard

FY1959

26 Aug 60

15 Jan 62

20 Jul 63

29 Jan 94

29 Jan 94


CG-24

Reeves

Leahy
(SCB-172)

Puget Sound Naval Shipyard

FY1959

1 Jul 60

12 May 62

15 May 64

12 Nov 93

12 Nov 93

Sunk as target off Australia on 31 May 2001 in joint US/Australian exercise.

CGN-25

Bainbridge

Bainbridge
(SCB-189)

Bethlehem Steel, Fore River, Quincy MA

FY1959

15 May 59

15 Apr 61

6 Oct 62

13 Sep 96

13 Sep 96

Deactivated October 1995.

CG-26

Belknap

Belknap
(SCB-212)

Bath Iron Works, Bath, ME

FY1961

5 Feb 62

20 Jul 63

7 Nov 64

15 Feb 95

15 Dec 95

Rebuilt from 1978-80 after colliding with John F. Kennedy on 22 November 1975.

CG-27

Josephus Daniels

Belknap
(SCB-212)

Bath Iron Works, Bath, ME

FY1961

23 Apr 62

2 Dec 63

8 May 65

21 Jan 94

21 Jan 94


CG-28

Wainwright

Belknap
(SCB-212)

Bath Iron Works, Bath, ME

FY1961

2 Jul 62

25 Apr 64

8 Jan 66

15 Nov 93

15 Nov 93


CG-29

Jouett

Belknap
(SCB-212)

Puget Sound Naval Shipyard

FY1962

25 Sep 62

30 Jun 64

3 Dec 66

28 Jan 94

28 Jan 94


CG-30

Horne

Belknap
(SCB-212)

San Francisco Naval Shipyard

FY1962

12 Dec 62

30 Oct 64

15 Apr 67

4 Feb 94

4 Feb 94


CG-31

Sterett

Belknap
(SCB-212)

Puget Sound Naval Shipyard

FY1962

25 Sep 62

30 Jun 64

8 Apr 67

24 Mar 94

24 Mar 94


CG-32

William H. Standley

Belknap
(SCB-212)

Bath Iron Works, Bath, ME

FY1962

29 Jul 63

19 Dec 64

9 Jul 66

11 Feb 94

11 Feb 94


CG-33

Fox

Belknap
(SCB-212)

Todd Shipyards, San Pedro, CA

FY1962

15 Jan 63

21 Nov 64

28 May 66

15 Apr 94

15 Apr 94


CG-34

Biddle

Belknap
(SCB-212)

Bath Iron Works, Bath, ME

FY1962

9 Dec 63

2 Jul 65

21 Jan 67

30 Nov 93

30 Nov 93


CG-35

Truxtun

Truxtun
(SCB-222)

New York Shipbuilding, Camden NJ

FY1962

17 Jun 63

19 Dec 64

27 May 67

11 Sep 95

11 Sep 95


CGN-36

California

California
(SCB-241)

Newport News Shipbuilding

FY1967

23 Jan 70

22 Sep 71

16 Feb 74

9 Jul 99

9 Jul 99

Deactivated on 1 October 1998.

CGN-37

South Carolina

California
(SCB-241)

Newport News Shipbuilding

FY1968

1 Dec 70

1 Jul 72

25 Jan 75

30 Jul 99

30 Jul 99

Deactivated on 4 September 1998.

CGN-38

Virginia

Virginia
(SCB-246)

Newport News Shipbuilding

FY1970

19 Aug 72

14 Dec 74

11 Sep 76

10 Nov 94

10 Nov 94


CGN-39

Texas

Virginia
(SCB-246)

Newport News Shipbuilding

FY1971

18 Aug 73

9 Aug 75

10 Sep 77

16 Jul 93

16 Jul 93

Deactivated on 31 May 1993.

CGN-40

Mississippi

Virginia
(SCB-246)

Newport News Shipbuilding

FY1972

22 Feb 75

31 Jul 76

5 Aug 78

28 Jul 97

28 Jul 97


CGN-41

Arkansas

Virginia
(SCB-246)

Newport News Shipbuilding

FY1975

17 Jan 77

21 Oct 78

18 Oct 80

7 Jul 98

7 Jul 98


CGN-42

Unnamed

CGN-42

No

No

No

No

No

No

No

Long lead items were procured for this ship in Fiscal Year 1975, but procurement was cancelled in 1976.

43

Skipped to allow Ticonderoga class DDGs to keep their hull numbers in 1980 reclassification.

44

Skipped to allow Ticonderoga class DDGs to keep their hull numbers in 1980 reclassification.

45

Skipped to allow Ticonderoga class DDGs to keep their hull numbers in 1980 reclassification.

46

Skipped to allow Ticonderoga class DDGs to keep their hull numbers in 1980 reclassification.

CG-47

Ticonderoga

Ticonderoga
(CG-47 BL 0)

Litton-Ingalls Pascagoula, MS

FY1978

21 Jan 80

25 Apr 81

22 Jan 83

30 Sep 04

30 Sep 04

Reclassified from DDG-47 on 1 January 1980. On hold for possible museum donation.

CG-48

Yorktown

Ticonderoga
(CG-47 BL 0)

Litton-Ingalls Pascagoula, MS

FY1980

19 Oct 81

17 Jan 83

4 Jul 84

10 Dec 04

10 Dec 04

Reclassified from DDG-48 on 1 January 1980. Waiting to be disposed of.

CG-49

Vincennes

Vincennes
(CG-47 BL 1)

Litton-Ingalls Pascagoula, MS

FY1981

20 Oct 82

14 Jan 84

6 Jul 85

29 Jun 05

29 Jun 05

Sold for Scrap on 9 July 2010.

CG-50

Valley Forge

Vincennes
(CG-47 BL 1)

Litton-Ingalls Pascagoula, MS

FY1981

14 Apr 83

23 Jun 84

18 Jan 86

30 Aug 04

30 Aug 04

Sunk off of Hawaii on 2 November 2006.

CG-51

Thomas S. Gates

Vincennes
(CG-47 BL 1)

Bath Iron Works, Bath, ME

FY1982

31 Aug 84

14 Dec 85

22 Aug 87

16 Dec 05

16 Dec 05

DLA awarded a contract to scrap ex-Thomas S. Gates to ESCO Marine on 15 December 2014, but still remains to be scrapped.

CG-52

Bunker Hill

Bunker Hill
(CG-47 BL-2)

Litton-Ingalls Pascagoula, MS

FY1982

11 Jan 84

11 Mar 85

20 Sep 86

Active Duty

Active Duty


CG-53

Mobile Bay

Bunker Hill
(CG-47 BL-2)

Litton-Ingalls Pascagoula, MS

FY1982

6 Jun 84

22 Aug 85

21 Feb 87

Active Duty

Active Duty


CG-54

Antietam

Bunker Hill
(CG-47 BL-2)

Litton-Ingalls Pascagoula, MS

FY1983

15 Nov 84

14 Feb 86

6 Jun 87

Active Duty

Active Duty


CG-55

Leyte Gulf

Bunker Hill
(CG-47 BL-2)

Litton-Ingalls Pascagoula, MS

FY1983

18 Mar 85

20 Jun 86

26 Sep 87

Active Duty

Active Duty


CG-56

San Jacinto

Bunker Hill
(CG-47 BL-2)

Litton-Ingalls Pascagoula, MS

FY1983

24 Jul 85

14 Nov 86

23 Jan 88

Active Duty

Active Duty


CG-57

Lake Champlain

Bunker Hill
(CG-47 BL-2)

Litton-Ingalls Pascagoula, MS

FY1984

3 Mar 86

3 Apr 87

12 Aug 88

Active Duty

Active Duty


CG-58

Philippine Sea

Bunker Hill
(CG-47 BL-2)

Bath Iron Works, Bath, ME

FY1984

8 May 86

12 Jul 87

18 Mar 89

Active Duty

Active Duty


CG-59

Princeton

Princeton
(CG-47 BL-3)

Litton-Ingalls Pascagoula, MS

FY1984

15 Oct 86

2 Oct 87

11 Feb 89

Active Duty

Active Duty


CG-60

Normandy

Princeton
(CG-47 BL-3)

Bath Iron Works, Bath, ME

FY1985

7 Apr 87

19 Mar 88

9 Dec 89

Active Duty

Active Duty


CG-61

Monterey

Princeton
(CG-47 BL-3)

Bath Iron Works, Bath, ME

FY1985

19 Aug 87

23 Oct 88

16 Jun 90

Active Duty

Active Duty


CG-62

Chancellorsville

Princeton
(CG-47 BL-3)

Litton-Ingalls Pascagoula, MS

FY1985

24 Jun 87

15 Jul 88

4 Nov 89

Active Duty

Active Duty


CG-63

Cowpens

Princeton
(CG-47 BL-3)

Bath Iron Works, Bath, ME

FY1986

23 Dec 87

11 Mar 89

9 Mar 91

Active Duty

Active Duty


CG-64

Gettysburg

Princeton
(CG-47 BL-3)

Bath Iron Works, Bath, ME

FY1986

17 Aug 88

22 Jul 89

22 Jun 91

Active Duty

Active Duty


CG-65

Chosin

Princeton
(CG-47 BL-3)

Litton-Ingalls Pascagoula, MS

FY1986

22 Jul 88

1 Sep 89

12 Jan 91

Active Duty

Active Duty


CG-66

Hue City

Princeton
(CG-47 BL-3)

Litton-Ingalls Pascagoula, MS

FY1987

20 Feb 89

1 Jun 90

14 Sep 91

Active Duty

Active Duty


CG-67

Shiloh

Princeton
(CG-47 BL-3)

Bath Iron Works, Bath, ME

FY1987

1 Aug 89

8 Sep 90

24 Apr 92

Active Duty

Active Duty


CG-68

Anzio

Princeton
(CG-47 BL-3)

Litton-Ingalls Pascagoula, MS

FY1987

21 Aug 89

2 Nov 90

10 Feb 92

Active Duty

Active Duty


CG-69

Vicksburg
(ex Port Royal)

Princeton
(CG-47 BL-3)

Litton-Ingalls Pascagoula, MS

FY1988

30 May 90

2 Aug 91

14 Nov 92

Active Duty

Active Duty

Renamed on 8 December 1989.

CG-70

Lake Erie

Princeton
(CG-47 BL-3)

Bath Iron Works, Bath, ME

FY1988

6 Mar 90

13 Jul 91

10 May 93

Active Duty

Active Duty


CG-71

Cape St. George

Princeton
(CG-47 BL-3)

Litton-Ingalls Pascagoula, MS

FY1988

19 Nov 90

10 Jan 92

12 Jun 93

Active Duty

Active Duty


CG-72

Vella Gulf

Princeton
(CG-47 BL-3)

Litton-Ingalls Pascagoula, MS

FY1988

22 Apr 91

13 Jun 92

18 Sep 93

Active Duty

Active Duty


CG-73

Port Royal

Princeton
(CG-47 BL-3)

Litton-Ingalls Pascagoula, MS

FY1988

20 Nov 91

20 Nov 92

9 Jul 94

Active Duty

Active Duty