Ships of the
United States Navy
Ships grouped alphabetically
Ships grouped by type
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The IX (unclassified–miscellaneous) hull classification symbol is used for ships of the United States Navy that do not fit into one of the standard categories.[1][2] While many of the vessels in this category were former yachts, it also includes retired warships (mainly battleships and gunboats), vessels used in mobile bases by service squadrons (command ships, barracks ships, bulk storage ships, unnamed barges, and floating shipyard equipment), training equipment and simulators (including two Great Lakes-based paddlewheel aircraft carriers), war prizes, experimental vessels, and one armed decoy (Q-ship).

A similar list of 'miscellaneous' ships can found at List of auxiliaries of the United States Navy § Miscellaneous Ships (AG, T-AG).

Vessels

IX-236 through IX-299 unused

IX-328 through IX-500 unused

See also

References

  1. ^ "Ship Abbreviations and Symbols". www.history.navy.mil. Naval History and Heritage Command. Retrieved 22 November 2017.
  2. ^ DiGiulian, Tony. "USN Ship Designations - NavWeaps". www.navweaps.com. Retrieved 22 November 2017.