TL-191: Navy Blue and Gray - Naval Forces of the USA and CSA

Are you working on anything like a comprehensive list of ships for the US in '41? If so, could we over at the Southern Victory Hoi4 mod make use of it in any way?
Sure, I can provide what I have. The WIP list I have is for the US Pacific Fleet in 1941-1942 specifically actually. @S. Marlowski has done a few lists as well for US and CS ship classes on other threads that can be linked.
 
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The Naval Ensign of the Confederate States Navy during the Featherston era, adopted May 2nd, 1935. This flag would be flown aboard all of the major surface and undersea vessels of the Confederate Navy during the Second Great War.
 
Some Capital Ships of the Imperial Japanese Navy

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Super-Dreadnought Tosa (1923)

Specifications (Following 1941 refit)
Weight: 48,750 long tons fully loaded
Propulsion: 4x Kampon-Parsons geared steam turbines, 10x Kampon boilers
Range: 8,560 nautical miles
Speed: 25 knots
Aviation Capacity: 3 Mitsubishi F1M seaplanes, 1 catapult
Armor:
  • Belt: 280mm
  • Main Deck: 100mm
  • Splinter Deck: 38mm
  • Turrets: 457mm
  • Bulkheads: 457mm
  • Casemates: 152mm
  • Barbettes: 330mm
  • Conning Tower: 356mm
Armament:
  • 10 x 16.1-in/45 caliber 3rd Year main guns (5x2)
  • 18 x 140mm/50 caliber 3rd Year barbette guns
  • 8 x 127mm Type 89 AA guns (4x2)
  • 20 x 25mm Type 96 AA guns (20x2)
Ship​
Builder​
Laid Down​
Launched​
Commissioned​
Decommissioned​
Fate​
Tosa (土佐)Mitsubishi Shipyard, Nagasaki.February 16, 1920December 18, 1921May 2, 1923May 17, 1953Sunk for target practice, February 9, 1960.
Kaga (加賀)Kawasaki Shipyard, Kobe.July 19, 1920November 17, 1921March 31, 1927December 2, 1947Converted into an aircraft carrier, January 1922.

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Takao class Battlecruiser (1924)

Specifications (Following 1941 refit)
Weight: 51,400 long tons fully loaded
Propulsion: 4x Kampon-Parsons geared steam turbines, 11x Kampon boilers
Range: 8,700 nautical miles
Speed: 30 knots
Aviation Capacity: 3 Mitsubishi F1M seaplanes, 1 catapult
Sensors: Type 79 early warning radar and Type 286 fire control radar.
Armor:
  • Belt: 254mm
  • Main Deck: 140mm
  • Splinter Deck: 38mm
  • Turrets: 457mm
  • Bulkheads: 280mm
  • Casemates: 152mm
  • Barbettes: 330mm
  • Conning Tower: 356mm
Armament:
  • 10 x 16.1-in/45 caliber 3rd Year main guns (5x2)
  • 16 x 140mm/50 caliber 3rd Year barbette guns
  • 8 x 127mm Type 89 AA guns (4x2)
  • 20 x 25mm Type 96 AA guns (20x2)
Ship​
Builder​
Laid Down​
Launched​
Commissioned​
Decommissioned​
Fate​
Amagi (天城)Yokosuka Naval ArsenalDecember 16, 1920October 12, 1921May 11, 1926Converted into an aircraft carrier, January 1922.
Akagi (赤城)Kure Naval ArsenalDecember 6, 1920November 2, 1921March 25, 1926November 11, 1947Converted into an aircraft carrier, January 1922.
Atago (愛宕)Kawasaki Shipbuilding, KobeNovember 22, 1921July 29, 1923September 11, 1924December 14, 1956Scrapped in Osaka, 1961.
Takao (高雄)Mitsubishi Shipbuilding, NagasakiDecember 19, 1921August 2, 1923June 2, 1924July 6, 1957Scrapped in Osaka, 1961-1962.

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Kii class Fast Battleship (1926)

Specifications (Following 1941 refit)
Weight: 52,750 long tons fully loaded
Propulsion: 4x Kampon-Parsons geared steam turbines, 11x Kampon boilers
Range: 8,700 nautical miles
Speed: 29 knots
Aviation Capacity: 3 Mitsubishi F1M seaplanes, 1 catapult
Armor:
  • Belt: 292mm
  • Main Deck: 120mm
  • Splinter Deck: 38mm
  • Main Turrets: 457mm
  • Secondary Turrets: 25mm
  • Bulkheads: 73mm
  • Casemates: 152mm
  • Barbettes: 330mm
  • Conning Tower: 356mm
Armament:
  • 10 x 16.1-in/45 caliber 3rd Year main guns (5x2)
  • 16 x 140mm/50 caliber 3rd Year secondary guns (8x2)
  • 8 x 127mm Type 89 AA guns (4x2)
  • 20 x 25mm Type 96 AA guns (20x2)
Ship​
Builder​
Laid Down​
Launched​
Commissioned​
Decommissioned​
Fate​
Kii (紀伊)Yokosuka Naval ArsenalMarch 22, 1922April 20, 1924June 2, 1926November 2, 1961Scrapped in Osaka, 1964.
Owari (尾張)Kure Naval ArsenalMarch 17, 1922November 21, 1923September 28, 1926September 27, 1960Sunk for target practice, August 26, 1962.
Kawachi (河内)Kawasaki Shipbuilding, KobeNovember 2, 1922December 27, 1923March 2, 1926February 4, 1965Command Battleship, May 1954. Scrapped in Osaka, 1968.
Fuji (富士)Mitsubishi Shipbuilding, NagasakiJanuary 6, 1923October 20, 1924February 8, 1927March 10, 1960Scrapped in Kure, 1962.
 
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Some Capital Ships of the Imperial Japanese Navy

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Super-Dreadnought Tosa (1923)

Specifications (Following 1941 refit)
Weight: 48,750 long tons fully loaded
Propulsion: 4x Kampon-Parsons geared steam turbines, 10x Kampon boilers
Range: 8,560 nautical miles
Speed: 25 knots
Aviation Capacity: 3 Mitsubishi F1M seaplanes, 1 catapult
Armor:
  • Belt: 280mm
  • Main Deck: 100mm
  • Splinter Deck: 38mm
  • Turrets: 457mm
  • Bulkheads: 457mm
  • Casemates: 152mm
  • Barbettes: 330mm
  • Conning Tower: 356mm
Armament:
  • 10 x 16.1-in/45 caliber 3rd Year main guns (5x2)
  • 18 x 140mm/50 caliber 3rd Year barbette guns
  • 8 x 127mm Type 89 AA guns (4x2)
  • 20 x 25mm Type 96 AA guns (20x2)
Ship​
Builder​
Laid Down​
Launched​
Commissioned​
Decommissioned​
Fate​
Tosa (土佐)Mitsubishi Shipyard, Nagasaki.February 16, 1920December 18, 1921May 2, 1923May 17, 1953Sunk for target practice, February 9, 1960.
Kaga (加賀)Kawasaki Shipyard, Kobe.July 19, 1920November 17, 1921March 31, 1927December 2, 1947Converted into an aircraft carrier, January 1922.

d7bqvgq-ce255d2b-237b-49a3-b4a4-4c91336cca6c.png

Takao class Battlecruiser (1924)

Specifications (Following 1941 refit)
Weight: 51,400 long tons fully loaded
Propulsion: 4x Kampon-Parsons geared steam turbines, 11x Kampon boilers
Range: 8,700 nautical miles
Speed: 30 knots
Aviation Capacity: 3 Mitsubishi F1M seaplanes, 1 catapult
Armor:
  • Belt: 254mm
  • Main Deck: 140mm
  • Splinter Deck: 38mm
  • Turrets: 457mm
  • Bulkheads: 280mm
  • Casemates: 152mm
  • Barbettes: 330mm
  • Conning Tower: 356mm
Armament:
  • 10 x 16.1-in/45 caliber 3rd Year main guns (5x2)
  • 16 x 140mm/50 caliber 3rd Year barbette guns
  • 8 x 127mm Type 89 AA guns (4x2)
  • 20 x 25mm Type 96 AA guns (20x2)
Ship​
Builder​
Laid Down​
Launched​
Commissioned​
Decommissioned​
Fate​
Amagi (天城)Yokosuka Naval ArsenalDecember 16, 1920October 12, 1921May 11, 1926Converted into an aircraft carrier, January 1922.
Akagi (赤城)Kure Naval ArsenalDecember 6, 1920November 2, 1921March 25, 1926November 11, 1947Converted into an aircraft carrier, January 1922.
Atago (愛宕)Kawasaki Shipbuilding, KobeNovember 22, 1921July 29, 1923September 11, 1924December 14, 1956Scrapped in Osaka, 1961.
Takao (高雄)Mitsubishi Shipbuilding, NagasakiDecember 19, 1921August 2, 1923June 2, 1924July 6, 1957Scrapped in Osaka, 1961-1962.

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Kii class Fast Battleship (1926)

Specifications (Following 1941 refit)
Weight: 52,750 long tons fully loaded
Propulsion: 4x Kampon-Parsons geared steam turbines, 11x Kampon boilers
Range: 8,700 nautical miles
Speed: 29 knots
Aviation Capacity: 3 Mitsubishi F1M seaplanes, 1 catapult
Armor:
  • Belt: 292mm
  • Main Deck: 120mm
  • Splinter Deck: 38mm
  • Main Turrets: 457mm
  • Secondary Turrets: 25mm
  • Bulkheads: 73mm
  • Casemates: 152mm
  • Barbettes: 330mm
  • Conning Tower: 356mm
Armament:
  • 10 x 16.1-in/45 caliber 3rd Year main guns (5x2)
  • 16 x 140mm/50 caliber 3rd Year secondary guns (8x2)
  • 8 x 127mm Type 89 AA guns (4x2)
  • 20 x 25mm Type 96 AA guns (20x2)
Ship​
Builder​
Laid Down​
Launched​
Commissioned​
Decommissioned​
Fate​
Kii (紀伊)Yokosuka Naval ArsenalMarch 22, 1922April 20, 1924June 2, 1926November 2, 1961Scrapped in Osaka, 1964.
Owari (尾張)Kure Naval ArsenalMarch 17, 1922November 21, 1923September 28, 1926September 27, 1960Sunk for target practice, August 26, 1962.
Kawachi (河内)Kawasaki Shipbuilding, KobeNovember 2, 1922December 27, 1923March 2, 1926February 4, 1965Command Battleship, May 1954. Scrapped in Osaka, 1968.
Fuji (富士)Mitsubishi Shipbuilding, NagasakiJanuary 6, 1923October 20, 1924February 8, 1927March 10, 1960Scrapped in Kure, 1962.
Nice to see them in service for many years, hope you do the rest of the Imperial fleet as well.
 
Some Capital Ships of the Imperial Japanese Navy

f1dff2155f3fae3310ddc3ecd0d46214.png

Super-Dreadnought Tosa (1923)

Specifications (Following 1941 refit)
Weight: 48,750 long tons fully loaded
Propulsion: 4x Kampon-Parsons geared steam turbines, 10x Kampon boilers
Range: 8,560 nautical miles
Speed: 25 knots
Aviation Capacity: 3 Mitsubishi F1M seaplanes, 1 catapult
Armor:
  • Belt: 280mm
  • Main Deck: 100mm
  • Splinter Deck: 38mm
  • Turrets: 457mm
  • Bulkheads: 457mm
  • Casemates: 152mm
  • Barbettes: 330mm
  • Conning Tower: 356mm
Armament:
  • 10 x 16.1-in/45 caliber 3rd Year main guns (5x2)
  • 18 x 140mm/50 caliber 3rd Year barbette guns
  • 8 x 127mm Type 89 AA guns (4x2)
  • 20 x 25mm Type 96 AA guns (20x2)
Ship​
Builder​
Laid Down​
Launched​
Commissioned​
Decommissioned​
Fate​
Tosa (土佐)Mitsubishi Shipyard, Nagasaki.February 16, 1920December 18, 1921May 2, 1923May 17, 1953Sunk for target practice, February 9, 1960.
Kaga (加賀)Kawasaki Shipyard, Kobe.July 19, 1920November 17, 1921March 31, 1927December 2, 1947Converted into an aircraft carrier, January 1922.

d7bqvgq-ce255d2b-237b-49a3-b4a4-4c91336cca6c.png

Takao class Battlecruiser (1924)

Specifications (Following 1941 refit)
Weight: 51,400 long tons fully loaded
Propulsion: 4x Kampon-Parsons geared steam turbines, 11x Kampon boilers
Range: 8,700 nautical miles
Speed: 30 knots
Aviation Capacity: 3 Mitsubishi F1M seaplanes, 1 catapult
Armor:
  • Belt: 254mm
  • Main Deck: 140mm
  • Splinter Deck: 38mm
  • Turrets: 457mm
  • Bulkheads: 280mm
  • Casemates: 152mm
  • Barbettes: 330mm
  • Conning Tower: 356mm
Armament:
  • 10 x 16.1-in/45 caliber 3rd Year main guns (5x2)
  • 16 x 140mm/50 caliber 3rd Year barbette guns
  • 8 x 127mm Type 89 AA guns (4x2)
  • 20 x 25mm Type 96 AA guns (20x2)
Ship​
Builder​
Laid Down​
Launched​
Commissioned​
Decommissioned​
Fate​
Amagi (天城)Yokosuka Naval ArsenalDecember 16, 1920October 12, 1921May 11, 1926Converted into an aircraft carrier, January 1922.
Akagi (赤城)Kure Naval ArsenalDecember 6, 1920November 2, 1921March 25, 1926November 11, 1947Converted into an aircraft carrier, January 1922.
Atago (愛宕)Kawasaki Shipbuilding, KobeNovember 22, 1921July 29, 1923September 11, 1924December 14, 1956Scrapped in Osaka, 1961.
Takao (高雄)Mitsubishi Shipbuilding, NagasakiDecember 19, 1921August 2, 1923June 2, 1924July 6, 1957Scrapped in Osaka, 1961-1962.

View attachment 709487
Kii class Fast Battleship (1926)

Specifications (Following 1941 refit)
Weight: 52,750 long tons fully loaded
Propulsion: 4x Kampon-Parsons geared steam turbines, 11x Kampon boilers
Range: 8,700 nautical miles
Speed: 29 knots
Aviation Capacity: 3 Mitsubishi F1M seaplanes, 1 catapult
Armor:
  • Belt: 292mm
  • Main Deck: 120mm
  • Splinter Deck: 38mm
  • Main Turrets: 457mm
  • Secondary Turrets: 25mm
  • Bulkheads: 73mm
  • Casemates: 152mm
  • Barbettes: 330mm
  • Conning Tower: 356mm
Armament:
  • 10 x 16.1-in/45 caliber 3rd Year main guns (5x2)
  • 16 x 140mm/50 caliber 3rd Year secondary guns (8x2)
  • 8 x 127mm Type 89 AA guns (4x2)
  • 20 x 25mm Type 96 AA guns (20x2)
Ship​
Builder​
Laid Down​
Launched​
Commissioned​
Decommissioned​
Fate​
Kii (紀伊)Yokosuka Naval ArsenalMarch 22, 1922April 20, 1924June 2, 1926November 2, 1961Scrapped in Osaka, 1964.
Owari (尾張)Kure Naval ArsenalMarch 17, 1922November 21, 1923September 28, 1926September 27, 1960Sunk for target practice, August 26, 1962.
Kawachi (河内)Kawasaki Shipbuilding, KobeNovember 2, 1922December 27, 1923March 2, 1926February 4, 1965Command Battleship, May 1954. Scrapped in Osaka, 1968.
Fuji (富士)Mitsubishi Shipbuilding, NagasakiJanuary 6, 1923October 20, 1924February 8, 1927March 10, 1960Scrapped in Kure, 1962.
Looking forward to see the other ships as well.
 
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The Naval Ensign of the Confederate States Navy during the Featherston era, adopted May 2nd, 1935. This flag would be flown aboard all of the major surface and undersea vessels of the Confederate Navy during the Second Great War.

May I please suggest adding a blue stripe to the edge of this flag - per the original 'Stainless banner' - to avoid all risk of this national ensign being confused with a White Flag?
 
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