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List of torpedo boats of the United States Navy

 

List of torpedo boats of the United States Navy

This list of torpedo boats of the United States Navy includes all ships with the hull classification symbol TB.

Cushing class torpedo boat

Ericsson class torpedo boat

Foote class torpedo boats

Porter class torpedo boats

Rowan class torpedo boat

Dahlgren class torpedo boats

Farragut class torpedo boat

Davis class torpedo boats

Morris class torpedo boat

Talbot class torpedo boats

MacKenzie class torpedo boats

Stringham class torpedo boat

Goldsborough class torpedo boat

Bailey class torpedo boat

Somers class torpedo boat

Manley class torpedo boat

Bagley class torpedo boats

Blakely class torpedo boats

References

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