HMS Broadway (H90), formerly USS Hunt (DD-194), was a Clemson-class destroyer in the United States Navy following World War I. She also served in the United States Coast Guard, as USCGD Hunt (CG-18). She was later transferred to the Royal Navy.
USS Bulmer was a Clemson-class destroyer in the United States Navy
during World War II. She was named for Captain Roscoe Bulmer, and was
the last warship of the Asiatic Fleet in USN commission.
USS Charles Ausburn with a TS-1 scouting plane fitting in front of her bridge, 1923.
The ‘Town’ destroyer HMS Chelsea (ex-USS Crowninshield, DD-134) as she
follows her sisters into Plymouth Sound, 28 September, 1940 to commence
refit for British service; in the distance the French battleship Paris
lies at her moorings.
USS Crowninshield (DD 134) refuel.
USS SIGOURNEY (DD-81) & USS KENTUCKY (BB-6). Boston,1919.
USS Stewart (DD-224) was a Clemson-class destroyer in the United States
Navy during World War II as part of the Asiatic Fleet. Scuttled in a
port, she was later raised by the Japanese and commissioned as Patrol
Boat No. 102.
Surrendered by the Japanese at Kure and returned to American
service as DD-224 on October 29 1945.
Stricken again on April 17 1946.
Fate Sunk as target off San Francisco May 24 1946.