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|fg=gold|bg=navy}}</div name=fredbot:career>'''U.S.S. ''Reuben James''''' was one of one hundred and fifty-six [[Clemson Class Destroyer (1918)|''Clemson'' Class destroyers]] completed for the [[U.S. Navy]].
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|fg=gold|bg=navy}}</div name=fredbot:career>'''U.S.S. ''Reuben James''''' was one of one hundred and fifty-six [[Clemson Class Destroyer (1918)|''Clemson'' Class destroyers]] completed for the [[U.S. Navy]].  She became the first U.S. Navy warship sunk during the Second World War.
  
 
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{{Tenure|rank={{CommUS}}|name=Gordon Wayne Haines|nick=Gordon Wayne Haines|appt=24 September, 1920|end=1 May, 1921{{INF}}precBy=New Command}}
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{{Tenure|rank={{CommUS}}|name=Gordon Wayne Haines|nick=Gordon Wayne Haines|appt=24 September, 1920|end=1 May, 1921{{USOfficerReg1922|pp. 20-21}}|precBy=New Command}}
{{Tenure|rank={{CommUS}}|name=Rufus Fairchild Zogbaum, Jr.|nick=Rufus F. Zogbaum, Jr.|appt=1 May, 1921{{USOfficerReg1922|pp. 20-21}}|end=}}
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{{Tenure|rank={{CommUS}}|name=Rufus Fairchild Zogbaum, Jr.|nick=Rufus F. Zogbaum, Jr.|appt=1 May, 1921{{USOfficerReg1922|pp. 20-21}}|end=5 November, 1922}}
{{Tenure|rank={{LCommUS}}|name=James Carroll Byrnes, Jr.|nick=James C. Byrnes, Jr.|appt=before 1 January, 1924{{USOfficerReg1924|pp. 44-45}}|end=after 1 January, 1925{{USOfficerReg1925|pp. 42-43}}}}
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{{Tenure|rank={{LCommUS}}|name=James Carroll Byrnes, Jr.|nick=James C. Byrnes, Jr.|appt=5 November, 1922|end=29 June, 1925}}
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{{Tenure|rank={{CommUS}}|name=William Sims Farber|nick=William S. Farber|appt=29 June, 1925|end=5 August, 1927}}
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{{Tenure|rank={{LCommUS}}|name=Stanley Roscoe Canine|nick=Stanley R. Canine|appt=5 August, 1927|end=20 January, 1931}}
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{{Tenure|rank={{LCommUS}}|name=John Summerfield Roberts|nick=John S. Roberts|appt=9 March, 1932|end=1 June, 1934|succBy=Nicholas Vytlacil}}</div name=fredbot:officeCapt>
  
 
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Latest revision as of 18:31, 19 April 2017

U.S.S. Reuben James (1919)
Hull Number: DD-245
Builder: New York Shipbuilding[1]
Laid down: 2 Apr, 1919[2]
Launched: 4 Oct, 1919[3]
Commissioned: 24 Sep, 1920[4]
Decommissioned: 20 Jan, 1931[5]
Torpedoed: 31 Oct, 1941[6]
U.S.S. Reuben James was one of one hundred and fifty-six Clemson Class destroyers completed for the U.S. Navy. She became the first U.S. Navy warship sunk during the Second World War.

Service

Reuben James was launched on 4 October, 1919 and commissioned on 24 September, 1920 with Commander Gordon W. Haines in command.

Captains

See Also

Footnotes

  1. Friedman. U.S. Destroyers. p. 435.
  2. Friedman. U.S. Destroyers. p. 435.
  3. Friedman. U.S. Destroyers. p. 435.
  4. Friedman. U.S. Destroyers. p. 435.
  5. Friedman. U.S. Destroyers. p. 435.
  6. Friedman. U.S. Destroyers. p. 435.
  7. Register of Officers, 1922. pp. 20-21.
  8. Register of Officers, 1922. pp. 20-21.

Bibliography

  • Gray, Randal (editor) (1985). Conway's All the World's Fighting Ships 1906–1921. London: Conway Maritime Press. (on Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk).
  • Chesneau, Roger (editor) (1980). Conway's All the World's Fighting Ships 1922–1946. London: Conway Maritime Press. (on Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk).
  • Bauer, K. Jack and Roberts, Stephen S. (1991). Register of Ships of the U.S. Navy, 1775-1990: Major Combatants. New York: Greenwood Press.
  • Friedman, Norman (1985). U.S. Destroyers: An Illustrated Design History. Annapolis: Naval Institute Press. (on Amazon.com).
  • Silverstone, Paul H. (2006). The U.S. Navy Warship Series: The New Navy 1883-1922. New York: Routledge.
  • Silverstone, Paul H. (2008). The U.S. Navy Warship Series: The Navy of World War II, 1922-1947. New York: Routledge.


Clemson Class Destroyer
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Smith Thompson Barker Tracy Borie John D. Edwards
Whipple Parrott Edsall MacLeish Simpson
Bulmer McCormick Stewart Pope Peary
Pillsbury Ford Truxtun Paul Jones Hatfield
Brooks Gilmer Fox Kane Humphreys
McFarland James K. Paulding Overton Sturtevant Childs
King Sands Williamson Reuben James Bainbridge
Goff Barry Hopkins Lawrence Belknap
McCook McCalla Rodgers Ingram Bancroft
Welles Aulick Turner Gillis Delphy
McDermut Laub McLanahan Edwards Greene
Ballard Shubrick Bailey Thornton Morris
Tingey Swasey Meade Sinclair McCawley
Moody Henshaw Meyer Doyen Sharkey
Toucey Breck Isherwood Case Lardner
Putnam Worden Flusser Dale Converse
Reid Billingsley Charles Ausburn Osborne Chauncey
Fuller Percival John Francis Burnes Farragut Somers
Stoddert Reno Farquhar Thompson Kennedy
Paul Hamilton William Jones Woodbury S. P. Lee Nicholas
Young Zeilin Yarborough La Vallette Sloat
Wood Shirk Kidder Selfridge Marcus
Mervine Chase Robert Smith Mullany Coghlan
Preston Lamson Bruce Hull Macdonough
Farenholt Sumner Corry Melvin Litchfield
Zane Wasmuth Trever Perry Decatur
  Hulbert Noa William B. Preston  
  Preble Sicard Pruitt  
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