Destroyers of the United States Navy, Part Five

Since 1902, more than 800 destroyers have served in the United States Navy. Can you name them all, continuing on with the Clemson class? (NOTE: Hulls DD-200, DD-201, DD-202, DD-203, DD-204, and DD-205 were cancelled and not named, and as such are not included here)
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Hull Number
Fate
Answer
DD-186
Sold after World War II
USS Clemson
DD-187
Sold After World War II
USS Dahlgren
DD-188
Scrapped
USS Goldsborough
DD-189
Scrapped
USS Semmes
DD-190
Transferred to Royal Navy, sunk by U-boat January 31, 1942
USS Satterlee
DD-191
Transferred to Royal Navy; sunk by U-boat October 18, 1941
USS Mason
DD-192
Scrapped
USS Graham
DD-193
Transferred to Royal Navy
USS Abel P. Upshur
DD-194
Transferred to Royal Navy
USS Hunt
DD-195
Transferred to Royal Navy
USS Welborn C. Wood
DD-196
Scrapped
USS George E. Badger
DD-197
Sunk by U-boat, April 11, 1943
USS Branch
DD-198
Transferred to Royal Navy, then Soviet Navy, sunk by U-boat January 16, 1945
USS Herndon
DD-199
Scrapped
USS Dallas
DD-206
Sold after World War II
USS Chandler
DD-207
Scrapped
USS Southard
DD-208
Sunk in battle, January 7, 1945
USS Hovey
DD-209
Sunk by kamikaze, January 6, 1945
USS Long
DD-210
Scrapped
USS Broome
DD-211
Scrapped
USS Alden
DD-212
Rammed by DD-217 April 14, 1936; deemed not worth saving, sunk intentionally July 25, 1936
USS Smith Thompson
DD-213
Sold after World War II
USS Barker
DD-214
Scrapped
USS Tracy
DD-215
Intentionally sunk by friendly ships following extensive damage resulting from ramming a U-boat
USS Borie
DD-216
Scrapped
USS John D. Edwards
DD-217
Scrapped
USS Whipple
DD-218
Scrapped
USS Parrott
DD-219
Sunk in battle, March 1, 1942
USS Edsall
DD-220
Scrapped
USS MacLeish
DD-221
Scrapped
USS Simpson
DD-222
Sold after World War II
USS Bulmer
DD-223
Scrapped
USS McCormick
DD-224
Captured by the Japanese Navy in World War II, the US Navy took it back after World War II, and was sunk as an aircraft target May 24, 1946
USS Stewart
DD-225
Sunk in battle, March 1, 1942
USS Pope
DD-226
Sunk by Japanese aircraft, February 19, 1942
USS Peary
DD-227
Sunk in battle, March 2, 1942
USS Pillsbury
DD-228
Scrapped
USS John D. Ford
DD-229
Ran aground near Newfoundland, February 18, 1942
USS Truxton
DD-230
Scrapped
USS Paul Jones
DD-231
Scrapped
USS Hatfield
DD-232
Sold After World War II
USS Brooks
DD-233
Scrapped
USS Gilmer
DD-234
Scrapped
USS Fox
DD-235
Scrapped
USS Kane
DD-236
Scrapped
USS Humphreys
DD-237
Scrapped
USS McFarland
DD-238
Scrapped
USS James K. Paulding
DD-239
Scrapped
USS Overton
DD-240
Sunk in a minefield, April 26, 1942
USS Sturtevant
DD-241
Sold after World War II
USS Childs
DD-242
Scrapped
USS King
DD-243
Scrapped
USS Sands
DD-244
Scrapped
USS Williamson
DD-245
Sunk by U-boat October 31, 1941; first American warship sunk in World War II, a song was later written about its sinking
USS Reuben James
DD-246
Sold after World War II
USS Bainbridge
DD-247
Scrapped
USS Goff
DD-248
Sunk by kamikazes June 21, 1945
USS Barry
DD-249
Scrapped
USS Hopkins
DD-250
Sold after World War II
USS Lawrence
DD-251
Sold after World War II
USS Belknap
DD-252
Transferred to Canadian Navy; sunk by U-boats September 1943
USS McCook
DD-253
Transferred to Royal Navy; sunk by U-boat December 19, 1941
USS McCalla
DD-254
Transferred to Royal Navy
USS Rodgers
DD-255
Scrapped
USS Osmond Ingram
DD-256
Transferred to Canadian Navy
USS Bancroft
DD-257
Transferred to Royal Navy
USS Welles
DD-258
Scrapped
USS Aulick
DD-259
Scrapped
USS Turner
DD-260
Scrapped
USS Gillis
DD-261
Lost in the Honda Point Disaster, September 8, 1923
USS Delphy
DD-262
Scrapped
USS McDermut
DD-263
Transferred to Royal Navy
USS Laub
DD-264
Transferred to Royal Navy
USS McLanahan
DD-265
Transferred to Royal Navy, then Canadian Navy
USS Edwards
DD-266
Economic loss as a result of Typhoon Louise, October 9, 1945
USS Greene
DD-267
Sold after World War II
USS Ballard
DD-268
Scrapped
USS Shubrick
DD-269
Scrapped
USS Bailey
Hull Number
Fate
Answer
DD-270
Beached May 1945; abandoned hull later donated to government of Ryukyu Islands, July 1957
USS Thornton
DD-271
Sold during inter-war period, September 1936
USS Morris
DD-272
Scrapped
USS Tingey
DD-273
Transferred to Royal Navy; sunk after hitting mine, September 27, 1944
USS Swasey
DD-274
Transferred to Royal Navy
USS Meade
DD-275
Scrapped
USS Sinclair
DD-276
Scrapped
USS McCawley
DD-277
Sunk on purpose for 1933 movie "Hell Below"
USS Moody
DD-278
Scrapped
USS Henshaw
DD-279
Scrapped
USS Meyer
DD-280
Scrapped
USS Doyen
DD-281
Scrapped
USS Sharkey
DD-282
Scrapped
USS Toucey
DD-283
Scrapped
USS Breck
DD-284
Scrapped
USS Isherwood
DD-285
Scrapped
USS Case
DD-286
Scrapped
USS Lardner
DD-287
Scrapped
USS Putnam
DD-288
Scrapped
USS Worden
DD-289
Scrapped
USS Flusser
DD-290
Sold; converted into cargo ship, and sunk during World War II, March 28, 1943
USS Dale
DD-291
Scrapped
USS Converse
DD-292
Scrapped
USS Reid
DD-293
Scrapped
USS Billingsley
DD-294
Scrapped
USS Charles Ausburn
DD-295
Scrapped
USS Osborne
DD-296
Lost in the Honda Point Disaster, September 8, 1923
USS Chauncey
DD-297
Lost in the Honda Point Disaster, September 8, 1923
USS Fuller
DD-298
Scrapped
USS Percival
DD-299
Scrapped
USS John Francis Burnes
DD-300
Scrapped
USS Farragut
DD-301
Scrapped
USS Somers
DD-302
Scrapped
USS Stoddert
DD-303
Scrapped
USS Reno
DD-304
Scrapped
USS Farquhar
DD-305
Sunk as target, February 1944
USS Thompson
DD-306
Scrapped
USS Kennedy
DD-307
Scrapped
USS Paul Hamilton
DD-308
Scrapped
USS William Jones
DD-309
Lost in the Honda Point Disaster, September 8, 1923
USS Woodbury
DD-310
Lost in the Honda Point Disaster, September 8, 1923
USS S. P. Lee
DD-311
Lost in the Honda Point Disaster, September 8, 1923
USS Nicholas
DD-312
Lost in the Honda Point Disaster, September 8, 1923
USS Young
DD-313
Scrapped
USS Zeilin
DD-314
Scrapped
USS Yarborough
DD-315
Scrapped
USS La Vallette
DD-316
Sunk as a target, June 26, 1935
USS Sloat
DD-317
Scrapped
USS Wood
DD-318
Scrapped
USS Shirk
DD-319
Scrapped
USS Kidder
DD-320
Scrapped
USS Selfridge
DD-321
Sunk as targer, June 25, 1935
USS Marcus
DD-322
Scrapped
USS Mervine
DD-323
Scrapped
USS Chase
DD-324
Scrapped
USS Robert Smith
DD-325
Scrapped
USS Mullany
DD-326
Scrapped
USS Coghlan
DD-327
Scrapped
USS Preston
DD-328
Scrapped
USS Lamson
DD-329
Scrapped
USS Bruce
DD-330
Scrapped
USS Hull
DD-331
Scrapped
USS Macdonough
DD-332
Scrapped
USS Farenholt
DD-333
Scrapped
USS Sumner
DD-334
Hull left abandoned in Napa River, in California
USS Corry
DD-335
Scrapped
USS Melvin
DD-336
Scrapped
USS Litchfield
DD-337
Scrapped
USS Zane
DD-338
Sunk in storm, December 29, 1942
USS Wasmuth
DD-339
Scrapped
USS Trever
DD-340
Sunk by a mine, September 13, 1944
USS Perry
DD-341
Scrapped
USS Decatur
DD-342
Scrapped
USS Hulbert
DD-343
Sunk following collision with DD-474, September 12, 1944
USS Noa
DD-344
Scrapped
USS William B. Preston
DD-345
Scrapped
USS Preble
DD-346
Scrapped
USS Sicard
DD-347
Scrapped
USS Pruitt
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