32 CFR 706.2 - Certifications of the Secretary of the Navy under Executive Order 11964 and 33 U.S.C. 1605.

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§ 706.2 Certifications of the Secretary of the Navy under Executive Order 11964 and 33 U.S.C. 1605.
The Secretary of the Navy hereby finds and certifies that each vessel listed in this section is a naval vessel of special construction or purpose, and that, with respect to the position of the navigational lights listed in this section, it is not possible to comply fully with the requirements of the provisions enumerated in the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea, 1972, without interfering with the special function of the vessel. The Secretary of the Navy further finds and certifies that the navigational lights in this section are in the closest possible compliance with the applicable provisions of the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea, 1972.
Table One
Vessel Number Distance in meters of forward masthead light below minimum required height. § 2(a)(i) Annex I
1 The permanent masthead light is 5.26 meters athwartship to port of centerline, 5.49 meters above the main deck.
2 The temporary masthead light is 3.98 meters athwartship to starboard of centerline, 4.16 meters above the main deck.
USS DOLPHIN AGSS 555 0.8
USS MC INERNY FFG 8 1.6
USS CLARK FFG 11 1.6
USS GEORGE PHILIP FFG 12 1.6
USS SAMUEL ELIOT MORISON FFG 13 1.6
USS SIDES FFG 14 1.6
USS ESTOCIN FFG 15 1.6
USS JOHN A. MOORE FFG 19 1.6
USS BOONE FFG 28 1.6
USS STEPHEN W. GROVES FFG 29 1.6
USS JOHN L. HALL FFG 32 1.6
USS JARRETT FFG 33 1.6
USS UNDERWOOD FFG 36 1.6
USS CROMMELIN FFG 37 1.6
USS CURTS FFG 38 1.6
USS DOYLE FFG 39 1.6
USS HALYBURTON FFG 40 1.6
USS MCCLUSKY FFG 41 1.6
USS KLAKRING FFG 42 1.6
USS THACH FFG 43 1.6
USS DEWERT FFG 45 1.6
USS RENTZ FFG 46 1.6
USS NICHOLAS FFG 47 1.6
USS VANDEGRIFT FFG 48 1.6
USS ROBERT G. BRADLEY FFG 49 1.6
USS TAYLOR FFG 50 1.6
USS GARY FFG 51 1.6
USS CARR FFG 52 1.6
USS HAWES FFG 53 1.6
USS FORD FFG 54 1.6
USS ELROD FFG 55 1.6
USS SIMPSON FFG 56 1.6
USS REUBEN JAMES FFG 57 1.6
USS SAMUEL B. ROBERTS FFG 58 1.6
USS KAUFFMAN FFG 59 1.6
USS RODNEY M. DAVIS FFG 60 1.6
USS INGRAHAM FFG 61 1.37
USS FREEDOM LCS 1 5.99
USS INDEPENDENCE LCS 2 4.91
USS FORT WORTH LCS 3 5.965
USS CORONADO LCS 4 4.20
USS OGDEN LPD 5 4.15
USS DULUTH LPD 6 4.4
USS DUBUQUE LPD 8 4.2
USS DENVER LPD 9 4.4
USS JUNEAU LPD 10 4.27
USS NASHVILLE LPD 13 4.38
USS TRIPOLI LPH 10 3.3
LCAC (class) LCAC 1 through LCAC 100 1 6.51
LCAC (class) LCAC 1 through LCAC 100 7.84 (Temp.) 2
USS INCHON MCS 12 3.0
NR-1 NR 1 2.7
USS SEAWOLF SSN 21 4.62
USS CONNECTICUT SSN 22 4.62
USS JIMMY CARTER SSN 23 4.32
USS PARCHE SSN 683 3.58
USS KAMEHAMEHA SSN 642 3.58
USS MENDEL RIVERS SSN 686 2.40
USS LOS ANGELES SSN 688 6.10
USS PHILADELPHIA SSN 690 6.10
USS MEMPHIS SSN 691 6.10
USS BREMERTON SSN 698 3.49
USS JACKSONVILLE SSN 699 3.35
USS DALLAS SSN 700 3.5
USS LA JOLLA SSN 701 3.5
USS CITY OF CORPUS CHRISTI SSN 705 3.5
USS ALBUQUERQUE SSN 706 3.5
USS PORTSMOUTH SSN 707 3.5
USS MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL SSN 708 3.5
USS HYMAN G. RICKOVER SSN 709 3.5
USS AUGUSTA SSN 710 3.5
USS SAN FRANCISCO SSN 711 3.5
USS HOUSTON SSN 713 3.5
USS NORFOLK SSN 714 3.5
USS BUFFALO SSN 715 3.5
USS SALT LAKE CITY SSN 716 3.5
USS OLYMPIA SSN 717 3.5
USS HONOLULU SSN 718 3.5
USS PROVIDENCE SSN 719 3.5
USS PITTSBURGH SSN 720 3.5
USS CHICAGO SSN 721 3.5
USS KEY WEST SSN 722 3.5
USS OKLAHOMA CITY SSN 723 3.5
USS LOUISVILLE SSN 724 3.5
USS HELENA SSN 725 3.5
USS NEWPORT NEWS SSN 750 3.5
USS SAN JUAN SSN 751 3.5
USS PASADENA SSN 752 3.5
USS ALBANY SSN 753 3.5
USS TOPEKA SSN 754 3.5
USS MIAMI SSN 755 3.5
USS SCRANTON SSN 756 3.5
USS ALEXANDRIA SSN 757 3.5
USS ASHEVILLE SSN 758 3.5
USS JEFFERSON CITY SSN 759 3.4
USS ANNAPOLIS SSN 760 3.5
USS SPRINGFIELD SSN 761 3.5
USS COLUMBUS SSN 762 3.5
USS SANTA FE SSN 763 3.5
USS BOISE SSN 764 3.5
USS MONTPELIER SSN 765 3.5
USS CHARLOTTE SSN 766 3.5
USS HAMPTON SSN 767 3.5
USS HARTFORD SSN 768 3.5
USS TOLEDO SSN 769 3.5
USS TUCSON SSN 770 3.5
USS COLUMBIA SSN 771 3.5
USS GREENEVILLE SSN 772 3.5
USS CHEYENNE SSN 773 3.5
USS VIRGINIA SSN 774 2.9
USS TEXAS SSN 775 2.90
USS HAWAII SSN 776 2.90
USS NORTH CAROLINA SSN 777 2.90
USS NEW HAMPSHIRE SSN 778 2.90
USS NEW MEXICO SSN 779 2.76
USS MISSOURI SSN 780 2.76
USS CALIFORNIA SSN 781 2.76
USS MISSISSIPPI SSN 782 2.76
USS MINNESOTA SSN 783 2.76
USS HENRY M. JACKSON SSBN 730 3.70
USS ALABAMA SSBN 731 3.70
USS ALASKA SSBN 732 3.70
USS NEVADA SSBN 733 3.70
USS TENNESSEE SSBN 734 3.70
USS PENNSYLVANIA SSBN 735 3.70
USS WEST VIRGINIA SSBN 736 3.70
USS KENTUCKY SSBN 737 3.70
USS MARYLAND SSBN 738 3.70
USS NEBRASKA SSBN 739 3.70
USS RHODE ISLAND SSBN 740 3.70
USS MAINE SSBN 741 3.70
USS WYOMING SSBN 742 3.70
USS LOUISIANA SSBN 743 3.70
USS OHIO SSGN 726 3.70
USS MICHIGAN SSGN 727 3.70
USS FLORIDA SSGN 728 3.70
USS GEORGIA SSGN 729 3.70
Table Two
Vessel Number Masthead lights, distance to stbd of keel in meters; Rule 21(a) Forward anchor light, distance below flight dk in meters; § 2(K), Annex I 6 Forward anchor light, number of; Rule 30(a)(i) AFT anchor light, distance below flight dk in meters; Rule 21(e), Rule 30(a)(ii) 6 AFT anchor light, number of; Rule 30(a)(ii) Side lights, distance below flight dk in meters; § 2(g), Annex I Side lights, distance forward of forward masthead light in meters; § 3(b), Annex I Side lights, distance inboard of ship's sides in meters; § 3(b), Annex I
1 [Reserved]
2 The permanent masthead light is 5.26 meters athwartship to port of centerline, at frame 3, 5.49 meters above the main deck.
3 The sidelights are on top of the port and starboard deckhouses 3.28 meters above the hull.
4 The temporary masthead light is 3.98 meters athwartship to starboard of centerline, 4.16 meters above the main deck.
5 Port sidelight only.
6 On the following ships the arc of visibility of the after masthead light required by Rule 23(a)(ii) and Annex I, section 2(f) may be obstructed from the right ahead on certain naval ships as follows: USS MAKIN ISLAND (LHD 8)—5°17′.
CFPM (class) CFPM-1 through CFPM-2 2.32 2.01 5 5.73
CSP (class) CSP-101 through CSP-182 1.62 3.93
USS KITTY HAWK CV 63 27.8 1 1 0.2
USS CONSTELLATION CV 64 28.2 1 1 0.4
USS JOHN F. KENNEDY CV 67 27.5 1 9.0 2 0.4
USS ENTERPRISE CVN 65 28.0 0.4
USS NIMITZ CVN 68 31.0 0.7
USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER CVN 69 31.0 0.2
USS CARL VINSON CVN 70 30.1 1 1 0.53
USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT CVN 71 30.0 0.43
USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN CVN 72 30.0 0.6
USS GEORGE WASHINGTON CVN 73 30.0 0.6
USS JOHN C. STENNIS CVN 74 30.0 0.6
USS HARRY S. TRUMAN CVN 75 30.02 1 1 0.46
USS RONALD REAGAN CVN 76 31.09 0.56
USS GEORGE H. W. BUSH CVN 77 31.09 0.46
USS TARAWA LHA 1 10.0 1 1 2.4 71.0
USS SAIPAN LHA 2 10.1 1 1 2.8 72.1
USS BELLEAU WOOD LHA 3 10.0 2.7 72.4
USS NASSAU LHA 4 10.0 2.7 72.4
USS PELELIU LHA 5 10.13 4 2.64 70.05
USS WASP LHD 1 9.0 2.8 89.0
USS ESSEX LHD 2 3.1 91.1
USS KEARSARGE LHD 3 8.9 3.0 91
USS BOXER LHD 4 3.0 90.9
USS BATAAN LHD 5 2.9 98.6
USS BONHOMME RICHARD LHD 6 9.0 2.9 89.6
USS IWO JIMA LHD 7 2.97 88.80
USS MAKIN ISLAND LHD 8 8.97 3.08 89.52
USS TRIPOLI LPH 10 10.6 1 2.2 2 0.4 47.5
LCAC (class) LCAC 1 through LCAC 100 5.26 (Perm.) 2 31.5
LCAC (class) LCAC 1 through LCAC 100 3.98 (Temp.) 4 3 1.5
USS INCHON MCS 12 10.6 1 2.2 2 0.4 47.5
SLWT (class) SLWT 1 1.62 53.93
SLWT (class) SLWT 2 1.62 53.93
SLWT (class) SLWT 3 1.62 53.93
SLWT (class) SLWT-6 1.62 3.93
SLWT (class) SLWT-8 through SLWT-19 1.62 3.93
SLWT (class) SLWT-22 through SLWT-24 1.62 3.93
SLWT (class) SLWT-26 through SLWT-65 1.62 3.93
USS DALLAS SSN 700 0.41
USS SAN FRANCISCO SSN 711 0.41
USS NORFOLK SSN 714 0.41
USS PROVIDENCE SSN 719 0.41 X X X X X X X
USS PITTSBURGH SSN 720 0.41
USS CHICAGO SSN 721 0.41
USS KEY WEST SSN 722 0.41
USS OKLAHOMA CITY SSN 723 0.41
USS LOUISVILLE SSN 724 0.41
USS HELENA SSN 725 0.41
USS NEWPORT NEWS SSN 750 0.41
WT (class) WT-1 through WT-4 2.32 2.01 5 5.73
USV 11MUC0601, 11MUC0602, 11MUC0603, 11MUC0604 0.40
Table Three
Vessel No. Masthead lights arc of visibility; rule 21(a) Side lights arc of visibility; rule 21(b) Stern light arc of visibility; rule 21(c) Side lights distance inboard of ship's sides in meters 3(b) annex 1 Stern light, distance forward of stern in meters; rule 21(c) Forward anchor light, height above hull in meters; 2(K) annex 1 Anchor lights relationship of aft light to forward light in meters 2(K) annex 1
1 Only when towing
2 Lower forward masthead light (used for towing) is partially blocked at angles plus or minus 8.5 degrees off centerline; this light is used only when tow exceeds 200 meters from the stern of the ship to aft end of tow.
USS PELELIU LHA 5 214.5
USS SAN ANTONIO LPD 17 1.3 below
USS NEW ORLEANS LPD 18 2.36 below
USS MESA VERDE LPD 19 1.42 below
USS GREEN BAY LPD 20 1.29 below
USS NEW YORK LPD 21 1.75 below
USS SAN DIEGO LPD 22 1.88 below
USS ANCHORAGE LPD 23 1.19 below
USS ARLINGTON LPD 24 1.62 below
USS SOMERSET LPD 25 1.64 below
USS ASHLAND LSD 48 2.60 below
USS CYCLONE PC 1 1 25.5 3.0 1.0
USS TEMPEST PC 2 (2) 1 28.3 3.0 1.1 below
USS HURRICANE PC 3 (2) 1 28.5 3.0 1.1 below
USS MONSOON PC 4 (2) 1 28.3 3.0 1.1 below
USS TYPHOON PC 5 (2) 1 28.5 3.0 1.1 below
USS SIROCCO PC 6 (2) 1 28.5 3.0 1.1 below
USS SQUALL PC 7 (2) 1 28.5 3.0 1.1 below
USS CHINOOK PC 9 (2) 1 28.5 3.0 1.1 below
USS FIREBOLT PC 10 (2) 1 28.5 3.0 1.1 below
USS WHIRLWIND PC 11 (2) 1 28.5 3.0 1.1 below
USS THUNDERBOLT PC 12 (2) 1 28.5 3.0 1.1 below
USS SHAMAL PC 13 1 28.26 3.01 1.1 below
USS TORNADO PC 14 1 27.8 3.01 1.1 below
USS DOLPHIN AGSS 555 227.51/2 1191/2 1911/2 2.1 10.8 1.8 0.5 above
NR-1 NR 1 238.51/2 114° 136.5° 1.5 4.1 2.1
USS SEAWOLF SSN 21 225° 111.5° 205° 5.1 10.7 2.8 1.8 below
USS CONNECTICUT SSN 22 232° 112.8° 207° 5.1 10.7 2.8 1.63 below
USS JIMMY CARTER SSN 23 211° 5.12 10.7 2.8 1.63 below
USS KAMEHAMEHA SSN 642 236° 117° 252° 3.8 7.6 2.1 same height
USS PARCHE SSN 683 232° 112.5° 209° 4.1 6.8 2.2 0.2 below
USS L. MENDEL RIVERS SSN 686 236° 113° 252° 3.8 5.2 3.4 1.4 below
USS LOS ANGELES SSN 698 236° 115° 252° 4.2 6.1 2.0 1.6 below
USS PHILADELPHIA SSN 690 238° 115° 252° 4.2 6.1 2.0 1.6 below
USS MEMPHIS SSN 691 236° 115° 252° 4.3 6.1 2.0 1.6 below
USS BREMERTON SSN 698 209° 4.2 6.1 3.5 1.7 below
USS JACKSONVILLE SSN 699 211° 4.2 6.1 3.5 1.7 below
USS DALLAS SSN 700 4.1 6.5 3.4 1.7 below
USS LA JOLLA SSN 701 4.2 6.1 3.5 1.7 below
USS CITY OF CORPUS CHRISTI SSN 705 209° 4.2 6.1 3.5 1.7 below
USS ALBUQUERQUE SSN 706 114° 4.2 6.1 3.5 1.7 below
USS PORTSMOUTH SSN 707 209° 4.2 6.1 3.5 1.7 below
USS MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL SSN 708 209° 4.2 6.2 3.5 1.7 below
USS HYMAN G. RICKOVER SSN 709 209° 4.2 6.1 3.4 1.7 below
USS AUGUSTA SSN 710 209° 4.2 6.1 3.4 1.7 below
USS SAN FRANCISCO SSN 711 4.1 6.5 3.4 1.7 below
USS HOUSTON SSN 713 209° 4.3 6.1 3.4 1.7 below
USS NORFOLK SSN 714 209° 4.3 6.1 3.4 1.7 below
USS BUFFALO SSN 715 209° 4.2 6.1 3.5 1.7 below
USS SALT LAKE CITY SSN 716 209° 4.2 6.1 3.5 1.7 below
USS OLYMPIA SSN 717 209° 4.2 6.1 3.4 1.7 below
USS HONOLULU SSN 718 209° 4.2 6.1 3.4 1.7 below
USS PROVIDENCE SSN 719 209° 4.2 6.1 3.4 1.7 below
USS PITTSBURGH SSN 720 209° 4.2 6.1 3.4 1.7 below
USS CHICAGO SSN 721 209° 4.3 6.1 3.4 1.7 below
USS KEY WEST SSN 722 209° 4.2 6.1 3.4 1.7 below
USS OKLAHOMA CITY SSN 723 209° 4.3 6.1 3.4 1.7 below
USS LOUISVILLE SSN 724 113° 209° 4.2 6.1 3.5 1.7 below
USS HELENA SSN 725 207° 4.2 6.2 3.5 1.7 below
USS NEWPORT NEWS SSN 750 209° 4.3 6.1 3.4 1.7 below
USS SAN JUAN SSN 751 229° 113° 208° 4.2 6.1 3.5 1.7 below
USS PASADENA SSN 752 255° 112.5° 206° 4.2 6.1 3.5 1.7 below
USS ALBANY SSN 753 225° 112.5° 209° 4.3 6.1 3.4 1.7 below
USS TOPEKA SSN 754 206° 4.2 6.2 3.5 1.7 below
USS MIAMI SSN 755 206° 4.2 6.2 3.5 1.7 below
USS SCRANTON SSN 756 209° 4.3 6.1 3.4 1.7 below
USS ALEXANDRIA SSN 757 205° 4.2 6.2 3.5 1.7 below
USS ASHEVILLE SSN 758 209° 4.3 6.1 3.4 1.7 below
USS JEFFERSON CITY SSN 759 209° 4.3 6.1 3.4 1.7 below
USS ANNAPOLIS SSN 760 205° 4.2 6.2 3.5 1.7 below
USS SPRINGFIELD SSN 761 205° 4.2 6.2 3.5 1.7 below
USS COLUMBUS SSN 762 205° 4.2 6.2 3.5 1.7 below
USS SANTA FE SSN 763 205° 4.2 6.2 3.5 1.7 below
USS BOISE SSN 764 209° 4.3 6.1 3.4 1.7 below
USS MONTPELIER SSN 765 209° 4.3 6.1 3.4 1.7 below
USS CHARLOTTE SSN 766 209° 4.3 6.1 3.4 1.7 below
USS HAMPTON SSN 767 209° 4.3 6.1 3.4 1.7 below
USS HARTFORD SSN 768 205° 4.2 6.2 3.5 1.7 below
USS TOLEDO SSN 769 209° 4.4 6.1 3.4 1.7 below
USS TUCSON SSN 770 209° 4.4 6.1 3.4 1.7 below
USS COLUMBIA SSN 771 205° 4.2 6.2 3.5 1.7 below
USS GREENEVILLE SSN 772 209° 4.4 6.1 3.4 1.7 below
USS CHEYENNE SSN 773 209° 4.4 6.1 3.4 1.7 below
USS VIRGINIA SSN 774 205° 4.37 11.05 2.8 0.30 below
USS TEXAS SSN 775 210.2° 4.37 11.05 2.8 0.30 below
USS HAWAII SSN 776 205° 4.37 11.05 2.8 0.30 below
USS NORTH CAROLINA SSN 777 205.6° 4.37 11.05 2.8 0.30 below
USS NEW HAMPSHIRE SSN 778 205.6° 4.37 11.05 2.8 0.30 below
USS NEW MEXICO SSN 779 206.4° 4.37 11.05 2.8 0.30 below
USS MISSOURI SSN 780 210.5° 4.37 11.05 2.8 0.30 below
USS CALIFORNIA SSN 781 205.1° 4.37 11.05 2.8 0.30 below
USS MISSISSIPPI SSN 782 209.0° 4.37 11.05 2.8 0.30 below
USS MINNESOTA SSN 783 205.1° 4.37 11.05 2.8 0.30 below
USS HENRY M. JACKSON SSBN 730 209° 5.3 9.0 3.8 4.0 below
USS ALABAMA SSBN 731 209° 5.3 9.0 3.8 4.0 below
USS ALASKA SSBN 732 209° 5.3 9.0 3.8 4.0 below
USS NEVADA SSBN 733 209° 5.3 9.0 3.8 4.0 below
USS TENNESSEE SSBN 734 209° 5.3 9.0 3.8 4.0 below
USS PENNSYLVANIA SSBN 735 211.5° 5.3 9.0 3.8 4.0 below
USS WEST VIRGINIA SSBN 736 211.5° 5.3 9.0 3.8 4.0 below
USS KENTUCKY SSBN 737 209° 5.3 9.0 3.8 4.0 below
USS MARYLAND SSBN 738 209° 5.3 9.0 3.8 4.0 below
USS NEBRASKA SSBN 739 209° 5.3 9.0 3.8 4.0 below
USS RHODE ISLAND SSBN 740 209° 5.3 9.0 3.8 4.0 below
USS MAINE SSBN 741 209° 5.3 9.0 3.8 4.0 below
USS WYOMING SSBN 742 209° 5.3 9.0 3.8 4.0 below
USS LOUISIANA SSBN 743 209° 5.3 9.0 3.8 4.0 below
USS OHIO SSGN 726 225° 112.5° 209° 5.3 9.0 3.8 4.0 below
USS MICHIGAN SSGN 727 225° 112.5° 209° 5.3 9.0 3.8 4.0 below
USS FLORIDA SSGN 728 209° 5.3 9.0 3.8 4.0 below
USS GEORGIA SSGN 729 225° 112.5° 209° 5.3 9.0 3.8 4.0 below
YTB (class) YTB 769 2.77 14.02
KEOKUK YTB 771 3.11 13.00
YTB 781 YTB 781 2.56 13.41
YTB (class) YTB 789 2.50 14.99
YTB 806 YTB 806 2.79 10.97
YTB 812 YTB 812 3.03 14.02
YTB 813 YTB 813 2.63 19.2
YTB 820 YTB 820 3.08 14.20
SHABONEE YTB 833 2.77 13.34
YTB 835 YTB 835 3.00 14.02
Table Four
1. Ships other than aircraft carrier types (CV, CVN, LHA, LHD, and LPH) may not simultaneously exhibit the masthead lights required by Rule 27(b)(iii) and the lights required by Rule 27(b)(i) for vessels restricted in their ability to maneuver when such simultaneous exhibition will present a hazard to their own safe operations. In those instances, the lights required by Rule 27(b)(i) will be exhibited. Ships conducting flight operations also may not exhibit the stern light required by Rule 27(b)(iii).
2. To provide all-round visibility, the lights required by Rules 27 (a) and (b) will consist of two lights, one light port and one light starboard on the mast or superstructure at each location in the vertical array.
3. The second masthead light required by Rule 23(a)(ii) and the lights and shapes required by Rules 24, 27, and 30(d)(i) are not displayed by submarines.
4. On mine warfare type ships the masthead lights will not always be above and clear of the minesweeping lights, as is required by Annex I, Section 2(f). The positions of the masthead lights with relation to the minesweeping lights are as follows:
Vessel MSO No. Relationship of forward masthead light to all minesweeping lights Relationship of after masthead light to lower minesweeping lights Relationship of after masthead light to upper minesweeping lights
MSB 15 below
MSB 16 do
MSB 25 do
MSB 28 do
MSB 29 do
MSB 41 do
MSB 51 do
MSB 52 do
5. The masthead light required by Rule 23(a)(i) and Annex I, Paragraph 3(d), is not located in the forward part of the vessel on the CFPM Class, CSP Class, SLWT Class, and WT Class.
6. On the following ships the arc of visibility of the after masthead light required by Rule 23(a)(ii) and Annex I, section 2(f) may be obstructed from the right ahead on certain naval ships as follows: USS MAKIN ISLAND (LHD 8)—5°17′.
7. On the following ships the arc of visibility of the forward masthead light required by Rule 23(a)(i) may be obstructed through 1.6° arc of visibility at the points 021° and 339° relative to the ship's head.
USS MCINERNEY FFG 8
USS CLARK FFG 11
USS GEORGE PHILIP FFG 12
USS SAMUEL ELIOT MORISON FFG 13
USS SIDES FFG 14
USS ESTOCIN FFG 15
USS JOHN A. MOORE FFG 19
USS BOONE FFG 28
USS STEPHEN W. GROVES FFG 29
USS JOHN L. HALL FFG 32
USS JARRETT FFG 33
USS UNDERWOOD FFG 36
USS CROMMELIN FFG 37
USS CURTS FFG 38
USS DOYLE FFG 39
USS HALYBURTON FFG 40
USS MCCLUSKY FFG 41
USS KLAKRING FFG 42
USS THACH FFG 43
USS DEWERT FFG 45
USS RENTZ FFG 46
USS NICHOLAS FFG 47
USS VANDERGRIFT FFG 48
USS ROBERT G. BRADLEY FFG 49
USS TAYLOR FFG 50
USS GARY FFG 51
USS CARR FFG 52
USS HAWES FFG 53
USS FORD FFG 54
USS ELROD FFG 55
USS SIMPSON FFG 56
USS REUBEN JAMES FFG 57
USS SAMUEL B. ROBERTS FFG 58
USS KAUFFMAN FFG 59
USS RODNEY M. DAVIS FFG 60
USS INGRAHAM FFG 61
8. Sidelights on the following ships do not comply with Annex 1, Section 3(b):
Vessel Number Distance of sidelights forward of masthead light in meters
USS MCINERNEY FFG 8 2.75
USS CLARK FFG 11 2.75
USS GEORGE PHILIP FFG 12 2.75
USS SAMUEL ELIOT MORISON FFG 13 2.75
USS SIDES FFG 14 2.75
USS ESTOCIN FFG 15 2.75
USS JOHN A. MOORE FFG 19 2.75
USS BOONE FFG 28 2.75
USS STEPHEN W. GROVES FFG 29 2.75
USS JOHN L. HALL FFG 32 2.75
USS JARRETT FFG 33 2.69
USS UNDERWOOD FFG 36 2.75
USS CROMMELIN FFG 37 2.75
USS CURTS FFG 38 2.75
USS DOYLE FFG 39 2.75
USS HALYBURTON FFG 40 2.75
USS MCCLUSKY FFG 41 2.75
USS KLAKRING FFG 42 2.75
USS THACH FFG 43 2.75
USS DEWERT FFG 45 2.75
USS RENTZ FFG 46 2.75
USS NICHOLAS FFG 47 2.75
USS VANDEGRIFT FFG 48 2.75
USS ROBERT G. BRADLEY FFG 49 2.75
USS TAYLOR FFG 50 2.75
USS GARY FFG 51 2.75
USS CARR FFG 52 2.75
USS HAWES FFG 53 2.75
USS FORD FFG 54 2.75
USS ELROD FFG 55 2.75
USS SIMPSON FFG 56 2.75
USS REUBEN JAMES FFG 57 2.75
USS SAMUEL B. ROBERTS FFG 58 2.75
USS KAUFFMAN FFG 59 2.75
USS RODNEY M. DAVIS FFG 60 2.75
USS INGRAHAM FFG 61 2.19
9. On LCAC-class amphibious vessels, full compliance with Rules 21(a), 21(b), and 22(b), and Annex I, section 2(a)(i), 72 COLREGS, cannot be obtained. Tables One and Two of section 706.2 provide the dimensions of closest possible compliance of LCAC-class amphibious vessels with the aforementioned rules. The following paragraph details the specific dimensions of closest possible compliance and the basis for certification by the Secretary of the Navy that full compliance with the aforementioned rules is not obtainable.
In LCAC-class amphibious vessels, there are permanent and temporary masts. The permanent masthead light is located 5.26 meters athwartship to port of centerline 5.49 meters above the hull. The temporary masthead light is located 3.98 meters athwartship to starboard of centerline, 4.16 meters in height above the hull. The temporary masthead light is displayed in lieu of the permanent masthead light only when LCAC-class amphibious vessels are operating with amphibious assault vessels. When operating in this mode, the sidelights are displayed at a height greater than three-quarters of the height of the temporary masthead light. The sidelights are located on top of the port and starboard deckhouses to permit the required unobstructed arcs of visibility and are 3.28 meters above the hull, resulting in a vertical separation between those lights and the temporary masthead light of 0.78 meters. Because of the minimal vertical separation between the sidelights and the temporary masthead light and the luminous intensity of the temporary light, the sidelights on these vessels may not be distinguishable by the naked eye at the 2-mile range required by Rule 22(b).
The arc of visibility of the temporary masthead light required by rule 21(a) may be obstructed at the following angles relative to the LCAC's heading, from 37.00 degrees thru 90.00 degrees up to a distance of 112.5 meters from the craft and from 276.75 degrees thru 277.25 degrees.
10. [Reserved]
11. On USS DOLPHIN (AGSS 555) the masthead light will be visible at a distance of 4.3 nautical miles and the sidelights will be visible at a distance of 2 nautical miles.
12.-13. [Reserved]
14. The following harbor tugs are equipped with a hinged mast. When the mast is in the lowered position as during a towing alongside or pushing operation, the two masthead lights required by Rule 24(c), and the all around lights required by Rule 27(b)(i) will not be shown; however, an auxiliary masthead light not meeting with Annex I, section 2(a)(i) height requirement will be exhibited.
Vessel No. Distance in meters of aux. masthead light below minimum required height. Annex I, sec. 2(a)(i)
YTB 769 3.86
YTB 771 3.89
YTB 781 3.66
YTB 789 3.30
YTB 806 3.58
YTB 812 4.04
YTB 813 6.15
YTB 820 3.30
YTB 833 3.68
YTB 835 4.04
15. Task (restricted maneuverability) lights on the following ships do not comply with Annex I, section 3(c).
Vessel Number Horizontal distance from the fore and aft centerline of the vessel in the athwartship direction
USS ARLEIGH BURKE DDG 51 1.85 meters
USS BARRY DDG 52 1.94 meters
USS JOHN PAUL JONES DDG 53 1.89 meters
USS CURTIS WILBUR DDG 54 1.90 meters
USS STOUT DDG 55 1.90 meters
USS JOHN S. MCCAIN DDG 56 1.88 meters
USS MITSCHER DDG 57 1.93 meters
USS LABOON DDG 58 1.90 meters
USS RUSSELL DDG 59 1.91 meters
USS PAUL HAMILTON DDG 60 1.88 meters
USS RAMAGE DDG 61 1.91 meters
USS FITZGERALD DDG 62 1.90 meters
USS STETHEM DDG 63 1.91 meters
USS CARNEY DDG 64 1.90 meters
USS BENFOLD DDG 65 1.90 meters
USS GONZALES DDG 66 1.90 meters
USS COLE DDG 67 1.90 meters
USS THE SULLIVANS DDG 68 1.87 meters
USS MILIUS DDG 69 1.93 meters
USS HOPPER DDG 70 1.83 meters
USS ROSS DDG 71 1.96 meters
USS MAHAN DDG 72 1.90 meters
USS DECATUR DDG 73 1.87 meters
USS MCFAUL DDG 74 1.91 meters
USS DONALD COOK DDG 75 1.90 meters
USS HIGGINS DDG 76 1.92 meters
USS O'KANE DDG 77 1.92 meters
USS PORTER DDG 78 1.92 meters
USS OSCAR AUSTIN DDG 79 1.89 meters
USS ROOSEVELT DDG 80 1.90 meters
USS WINSTON S. CHURCHILL DDG 81 1.87 meters
USS HOWARD DDG 83 1.88 meters
USS LASSEN DDG 82 1.93 meters
USS BULKELEY DDG 84 1.90 meters
USS MCCAMPBELL DDG 85 1.85 meters
USS SHOUP DDG 86 1.90 meters
USS MASON DDG 87 1.87 meters
USS PREBLE DDG 88 1.93 meters
USS MUSTIN DDG 89 1.93 meters
USS CHAFEE DDG 90 1.90 meters
USS PINCKNEY DDG 91 1.87 meters
USS MOMSEN DDG 92 1.88 meters
USS CHUNG-HOON DDG 93 1.95 meters
USS NITZE DDG 94 1.90 meters
USS JAMES E. WILLIAMS DDG 95 1.89 meters
USS BAINBRIDGE DDG 96 1.90 meters
USS HALSEY DDG 97 1.93 meters
USS FORREST SHERMAN DDG 98 1.87 meters
USS FARRAGUT DDG 99 1.84 meters
USS KIDD DDG 100 1.89 meters
USS GRIDLEY DDG 101 1.86 meters
USS SAMPSON DDG 102 1.88 meters
USS TRUXTUN DDG 103 1.86 meters
USS STERETT DDG 104 1.88 meters
USS DEWEY DDG 105 1.85 meters
USS STOCKDALE DDG 106 1.90 meters
USS GRAVELY DDG 107 1.83 meters
USS WAYNE E. MEYER DDG 108 1.84 meters
USS JASON DUNHAM DDG 109 1.89 meters
USS WILLIAM P. LAWRENCE DDG 110 1.86 meters
USS SPRUANCE DDG 111 1.90 meters
USS MICHAEL MURPHY DDG 112 1.90 meters
USS INDEPENDENCE LCS 2 1.31 meters
USS CORONADO LCS 4 1.31 meters
16. On the following ships, the arc of visibility of the forward masthead light, required by rule 21(a), may be obstructed at the following angles relative to ship's heading:
Vessel Number Obstruction angle relative ship's headings
USS ARLEIGH BURKE DDG 51 100.00 thru 112.50°
USS JOHN PAUL JONES DDG 53 103.29 thru 112.50°
USS CURTIS WILBUR DDG 54 102.61 thru 112.50°
USS JOHN S. MCCAIN DDG 56 102.53 thru 112.50°
USS MITSCHER DDG 57 109.66 thru 112.50°
USS RUSSELL DDG 59 103.66 thru 112.50°
USS RAMAGE DDG 61 103.66 thru 112.50°
USS FITZGERALD DDG 62 108.30 thru 112.50°
USS STETHEM DDG 63 108.5 thru 112.50°
USS GONZALES DDG 66 101.69 thru 112.50°
USS COLE DDG 67 101.83 thru 112.50°
USS HOPPER DDG 70 102.25 thru 112.50°
USS ROSS DDG 71 104.05 thru 112.50°
USS MAHAN DDG 72 102.11 thru 112.50°
USS MCFAUL DDG 74 102.00 thru 112.50E°
USS DONALD COOK DDG 75 108.78 thru 112.50°
USS HIGGINS DDG 76 108.60 thru 112.50°
USS O'KANE DDG 77 102.00 thru 112.50°
USS PORTER DDG 78 108.43 thru 112.50°
USS OSCAR AUSTIN DDG 79 107.94 thru 112.50°
USS ROOSEVELT DDG 80 109.34 thru 112.50°
USS WINSTON S. CHURCHILL DDG 81 103.72 thru 112.50°
USS LASSEN DDG 82 109.11 thru 112.50°
USS HOWARD DDG 83 109.11 thru 112.50°
USS BULKELEY DDG 84 109.60 thru 112.50°
USS MCCAMPBELL DDG 85 108.61 thru 112.50°
USS SHOUP DDG 86 190.46 thru 112.50°
USS MASON DDG 87 108.03 thru 112.50°
USS PREBLE DDG 88 109.20 thru 112.50°
USS MUSTIN DDG 89 107.83 thru 112.50°
USS CHAFEE DDG 90 108.88 thru 112.50°
USS PINCKNEY DDG 91 107.07 thru 112.50°
USS MOMSEN DDG 92 108.10 thru 112.50°
USS CHUNG-HOON DDG 93 108.38 thru 112.50°
USS NITZE DDG 94 108.75 thru 112.50°
USS JAMES E. WILLIAMS DDG 95 108.79 thru 112.50°
USS BAINBRIDGE DDG 96 108.75 thru 112.50°
USS HALSEY DDG 97 107.00 thru 112.50°
USS FORREST SHERMAN DDG 98 105.59 thru 112.50°
USS FARRAGUT DDG 99 109.12 thru 112.50°
USS KIDD DDG 100 107.67 thru 112.50°
USS GRIDLEY DDG 101 107.25 thru 112.50°
USS SAMPSON DDG 102 107.27 thru 112.50°
USS TRUXTUN DDG 103 110.02 thru 112.50°
USS STERETT DDG 104 106.82 thru 112.50°
USS DEWEY DDG 105 109.52 thru 112.50°
USS STOCKDALE DDG 106 107.08 thru 112.50°
USS GRAVELY DDG 107 108.66 thru 112.50°
USS WAYNE E. MEYER DDG 108 106.71 thru 112.50°
USS JASON DUNHAM DDG 109 107.09 thru 112.50°
USS WILLIAM P. LAWRENCE DDG 110 107.86 thru 112.50°
USS SPRUANCE DDG 111 107.48 thru 112.50°
USS MICHAEL MURPHY DDG 112 109.60 thru 112.50°
USS INDEPENDENCE LCS 2 71 thru 73°
76 thru 78°
287 thru 289°
USS CORONADO LCS 4 71 thru 73°
76 thru 78°.
287 thru 289°
USV 11MUCO601, 11MUCO602, 11MUC0603, 11MUC0604 271 thru 278°
17. The second masthead light required by Rule 23(a)(ii) will not be displayed on the PC 1 Class.
18. On the following mine warfare type ships, the arc of visibility of the lower all-round minesweep lights required by Rule 27(f), may be obstructed through the following angles relative to the ship's heading:
Vessel Number Obscured angles relative to ship's heading
Port STBD
OSPREY MHC 51 59.5° to 78.3° 281.7° to 300.5°
HERON MHC 52 59.5° to 78.3° 281.7° to 300.5°
PELICAN MHC 53 59.5° to 78.3° 281.7° to 300.5°
ROBIN MHC 54 59.5° to 78.3° 281.7° to 300.5°
ORIOLE MHC 55 65.0° to 75.6° 284.1° to 294.6°
CORMORANT MHC 57 59.5° to 78.3° 281.7° to 300.5°
BLACK HAWK MHC 58 65.0° to 75.6° 284.1° to 294.6°
USS FALCON MHC 59 65.0° to 75.6° 284.1° to 294.6°
CARDINAL MHC 60 65.0° to 75.6° 284.1° to 294.6°
19. Sidelights on the following ships do not comply with Annex I, Section 2 (g):
Vessel Number Distance in meters of sidelights above maximum allowed height.
USS OGDEN LPD 5 3.40
USS DUBUQUE LPD 8 1.2
USS DENVER LPD 9 4.9
USS JUNEAU LPD 10 1.6
USS NASHVILLE LPD 13 5.37
20. On the following ships, the all-round task lights (not under command or restricted in ability to maneuver) required by Rule 27(a) and (b) are unable to be mounted in a vertical line. Instead, the lights deviate from a vertical line by the indicated amount.
Vessel Number Angle in degrees of task lights off vertical as viewed from directly ahead or astern
USS SAN ANTONIO LPD 17 10
USS NEW ORLEANS LPD 18 10
USS MESA VERDE LPD 19 10
USS GREEN BAY LPD 20 10
USS NEW YORK LPD 21 10
USS SAN DIEGO LPD 22 10
USS ANCHORAGE LPD 23 10
USS ARLINGTON LPD 24 10
USS SOMERSET LPD 25 10
21. On the following ships, the forward towing light array and Restricted Maneuvering light array do not meet the vertical spacing requirements described by Annex I, paragraph 2(i)(i).
Vessel Forward towing light array, vertical spacing(meters) Restricted maneuvering light array, vertical spacing(meters)
CFPM-1 through CFPM-2 1.00 1.00
WT-1 through WT-4 1.00 1.00
22. On the following ships the vertical separation of the task lights do not meet the vertical spacing requirements described by Annex I, 2(i)(iii).
Vessel No. Vertical separation of the task light array is not equally spaced, the separation between the middle and lower task light exceed the separation between the upper and middle light by
USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT CVN 71 0.18 meter
USS HARRY S. TRUMAN CVN 75 0.18 meter
USS FREEDOM LCS 1 0.39 meter
USS FORT WORTH LCS 3 0.41 meter
USS PELELIU LHA 5 0.18 meter
23. On the following ships the verticality of the restricted maneuvering light array do not meet verticality requirements described in Rule 27(b)(i).
Vessel Number Verticality of lights, when viewed directly from the port or starboard, the lower task light is out of alignment with the upper and middle task light in meters by: Verticality of lights, when viewed directly from the bow or stern, the lower task light is with out of alignment the upper and middle task light inmeters by:
USV 11MUCO601 0.85
11MUCO602 0.85
11MUCO603 0.85
11MUCO604 0.85
USS FORT WORTH LCS 3 0.21
24. On the following ships the vertical separation of the Restricted Maneuvering Light Array lights do not meet requirements described in Annex I, paragraph 2(i)(ii).
Vessel Number Restricted maneuvering light array, vertical spacing in meters
USV 11MUCO601, 11MUCO602, 11MUC0603, 11MUC0604 0.49
25. On the following ships the masthead light is located 0.81 meters below the submarine identification lights and does not meet the requirement described by Annex I, 2(f)(i).
Vessel No. Distance in meters of masthead light below the submarine identification lights
USS VIRGINIA SSN 774 0.81
USS TEXAS SSN 775 0.81
USS HAWAII SSN 776 0.81
USS NORTH CAROLINA SSN 777 0.81
USS NEW HAMPSHIRE SSN 778 0.81
USS NEW MEXICO SSN 779 0.81
USS MISSOURI SSN 780 0.81
USS CALIFORNIA SSN 781 0.81
USS MISSISSIPPI SSN 782 0.81
USS MINNESOTA SSN 783 0.81
26. On the following ships the arc of visibility required by Rule 30(a) and Rule 21(e), for the forward and after lights may be obstructed through the following angles relative to the ship's heading due to the ship's sail.
Vessel No. Obstruction angle relative toship's heading
Forward anchor light Aft anchorlight
USS VIRGINIA SSN 774 172° to 188° 359° to 1°
USS TEXAS SSN 775 172° to 188° 359° to 1°
USS HAWAII SSN 776 172° to 188° 359° to 1°
USS NORTH CAROLINA SSN 777 172° to 188° 359° to 1°
USS NEW HAMPSHIRE SSN 778 172° to 188° 359° to 1°
USS NEW MEXICO SSN 779 172° to 188° 359° to 1°
USS MISSOURI SSN 780 172° to 188° 359° to 1°
USS CALIFORNIA SSN 781 172° to 188° 359° to 1°
USS MISSISSIPPI SSN 782 172° to 188° 359° to 1°
USS MINNESOTA SSN 783 172° to 188° 359° to 1°
Table Five
Vessel No. Masthead lights not over all other lights and obstructions. annex I, sec. 2(f) Forward masthead light not in forward quarter of ship. annex I, sec. 3(a) After masthead light less than 1/2 ship's length aft of forward masthead light. annex I, sec. 3(a) Percentage horizontal separation attained
USS FLINT AE 32 X 98
USS SHASTA AE 33 X 98
USS NIAGARA FALLS AFS 3 X 97.9
USS CONCORD AFS 5 X 97
USS SAN JOSE AFS 7 X 98.1
USS LA SALLE AGF 3 X 54
USS CORONADO AGF 11 X 55
USS TICONDEROGA CG 47 X X 38.3
USS YORKTOWN CG 48 X X 38.0
USS VINCENNES CG 49 X X 38
USS VALLEY FORGE CG 50 X X 38
USS THOMAS S. GATES CG 51 X X 38
USS BUNKER HILL CG 52 X X 36.8
USS MOBILE BAY CG 53 X X 36.8
USS ANTIETAM CG 54 X X 36.8
USS LEYTE GULF CG 55 X X 36.9
USS SAN JACINTO CG 56 X X 38
USS LAKE CHAMPLAIN CG 57 X X 36.9
USS PHILIPPINE SEA CG 58 X X 36.8
USS PRINCETON CG 59 X X 38
USS NORMANDY CG 60 X X 38
USS MONTEREY CG 61 X X 38
USS CHANCELLORSVILLE CG 62 X X 36.8
USS COWPENS CG 63 X X 38
USS GETTYSBURG CG 64 X X 38
USS CHOSIN CG 65 X X 38
USS HUE CITY CG 66 X X 38
USS SHILOH CG 67 X X 38
USS ANZIO CG 68 X X 38
USS VICKSBURG CG 69 N/A X X 38
USS LAKE ERIE CG 70 N/A X X 38
USS CAPE ST. GEORGE CG 71 N/A X X 38
USS VELLA GULF CG 72 N/A X X 38
USS PORT ROYAL CG 73 N/A X X 38
USS KITTY HAWK CV 63 X
USS CONSTELLATION CV 64 X
USS ENTERPRISE CVN 65 X
USS NIMITZ CVN 68 X
USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER CVN 69 X
USS CARL VINSON CVN 70 X
USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT CVN 71 X
USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN CVN 72 X
USS GEORGE WASHINGTON CVN 73 X
USS JOHN C. STENNIS CVN 74 X
USS HARRY S. TRUMAN CVN 75 X
USS RONALD REAGAN CVN 76 X
USS GEORGE H. W. BUSH CVN 77 X
USS SPRUANCE DD 963 X X 46
USS PAUL F. FOSTER DD 964 X X 46.4
USS KINKAID DD 965 X X 46.4
USS HEWITT DD 966 X X 46.4
USS ELLIOT DD 967 X X 46.4
USS PETERSON DD 969 X X 46.4
USS ARTHUR W. RADFORD DD 968 X X 46.4
USS CARON DD 970 X X 46.4
USS DAVID R. RAY DD 971 X X 46.4
USS OLDENDORF DD 972 N/A X X 45
USS JOHN YOUNG DD 973 X X 46
USS O'BRIEN DD 975 X X 46.1
USS BRISCOE DD 977 X X 46.4
USS STUMP DD 978 X X 46
USS MOOSBRUGGER DD 980 X X 46
USS JOHN HANCOCK DD 981 X X 46.4
USS NICHOLSON DD 982 X X 46.4
USS CUSHING DD 985 X X 46
USS O'BANNON DD 987 X X 46
USS THORN DD 988 X X 46
USS DEYO DD 989 X X 46
USS FIFE DD 991 X X 48
USS FLETCHER DD 992 X X 46
USS HAYLER DD 997 N/A X X 44
USS ARLEIGH BURKE DDG 51 X X X 19.0
USS BARRY DDG 52 X X 14.7
USS JOHN PAUL JONES DDG 53 X X X 18.9
USS CURTIS WILBUR DDG 54 X X X 19.6
USS STOUT DDG 55 X X 20.3
USS JOHN S. McCAIN DDG 56 X X X 19.8
USS MITSCHER DDG 57 X X 12.4
USS LABOON DDG 58 X X X 20.3
USS RUSSELL DDG 59 X X X 20.6
USS PAUL HAMILTON DDG 60 X X 21.2
USS RAMAGE DDG 61 X X X 19.2
USS FITZGERALD DDG 62 X X X 21.2
USS STETHEM DDG 63 X X X 20.9
USS CARNEY DDG 64 X X 14.4
USS BENFOLD DDG 65 X X X 14.8
USS GONZALES DDG 66 X X X 20.4
USS COLE DDG 67 X X X 14.0
USS The SULLIVANS DDG 68 X X 21.2
USS MILIUS DDG 69 X X 14.7
USS HOPPER DDG 70 X X X 20.4
USS ROSS DDG 71 X X X 20.6
USS MAHAN DDG 72 X X X 13.9
USS DECATUR DDG 73 N/A X X 15.0
USS MCFAUL DDG 74 X X X 13.9
USS DONALD COOK DDG 75 X X X 14.8
USS HIGGINS DDG 76 X X X 14.8
USS O'KANE DDG 77 X X X 14.0
USS PORTER DDG 78 X X X 14.4
USS OSCAR AUSTIN DDG 79 X X X 14.7
USS ROOSEVELT DDG 80 X X X 14.6
USS WINSTON S. CHURCHILL DDG 81 X X X 14.0
USS LASSEN DDG 82 X X X 14.5
USS HOWARD DDG 83 X X X 14.6
USS BULKELEY DDG 84 X X X 14.7
USS MCCAMPBELL DDG 85 X X X 14.6
USS SHOUP DDG 86 X X X 14.6
USS MASON DDG 87 X X X 14.5
USS PREBLE DDG 88 X X X 14.7
USS MUSTIN DDG 89 X X X 14.4
USS CHAFEE DDG 90 X X X 14.6
USS PINCKNEY DDG 91 X X X 14.4
USS MOMSEN DDG 92 X X X 14.5
USS CHUNG-HOON DDG 93 X X X 14.4
USS NITZE DDG 94 X X X 14.5
USS JAMES E. WILLIAMS DDG 95 X X X 14.6
USS BAINBRIDGE DDG 96 X X X 14.5
USS HALSEY DDG 97 X X X 14.3
USS FORREST SHERMAN DDG 98 X X X 14.1.
USS FARRAGUT DDG 99 X X X 14.5
USS KIDD DDG 100 X X X 14.4.
USS GRIDLEY DDG 101 X X X 14.5.
USS SAMPSON DDG 102 X X X 14.5
USS TRUXTUN DDG 103 X X X 14.6
USS STERETT DDG 104 X X X 14.5
USS DEWEY DDG 105 X X X 14.5
USS STOCKDALE DDG 106 X X X 14.5
USS GRAVELY DDG 107 X X X 14.6
USS WAYNE E. MEYER DDG 108 X X X 14.5
USS JASON DUNHAM DDG 109 X X X 14.5
USS WILLIAM P. LAWRENCE DDG 110 X X X 14.7
USS SPRUANCE DDG 111 X X X 14.9
USS MICHAEL MURPHY DDG 112 X X X 14.5
USS BLUE RIDGE LCC 19 N/A N/A X 84
USS MOUNT WHITNEY LCC 20 X 84
USS FREEDOM LCS 1 X X 23
USS INDEPENDENCE LCS 2 X X 18.8
USS FORT WORTH LCS 3 X X 23
USS CORONADO LCS 4 X X 16.5
USS TARAWA LHA 1 X X 13
USS SAIPAN LHA 2 X X 10.2
USS BELLEAU WOOD LHA 3 X X 13
USS NASSAU LHA 4 X X 13
USS PELELIU LHA 5 X X 13
USS WASP LHD 1 X X 41
USS ESSEX LHD 2 X X 39
USS KEARSARGE LHD 3 X X 39.5
USS BOXER LHD 4 X X 39.3
USS BATAAN LHD 5 X X 39.7
USS BONHOMME RICHARD LHD 6 X X 39.8
USS IWO JIMA LHD 7 X X 41.5
USS MAKIN ISLAND LHD 8 X X 40.9
USS AUSTIN LPD 4 X 37
USS OGDEN LPD 5 N/A N/A X 56.6
USS DULUTH LPD 6 N/A N/A X 56.8
USS CLEVELAND LPD 7 X 49
USS DUBUQUE LPD 8 X 57
USS DENVER LPD 9 N/A N/A X 54.7
USS JUNEAU LPD 10 N/A N/A X 54.8
USS SHREVEPORT LPD 12 X 49
USS NASHVILLE LPD 13 N/A X 54.7
USS TRENTON LPD 14 X 41
USS PONCE LPD 15 X 55
USS SAN ANTONIO LPD 17 X 71.0
USS NEW ORLEANS LPD 18 X 70.7
USS MESA VERDE LPD 19 X 70.9
USS GREENBAY LPD 20 X 70.9
USS NEW YORK LPD 21 X 71.0
USS SAN DIEGO LPD 22 X 71
USS ANCHORAGE LPD 23 X 71
USS ARLINGTON LPD 24 X 71
USS SOMERSET LPD 25 X 71
USS TRIPOLI LPH 10 X X 12
USS ANCHORAGE LSD 36 X 46
USS PORTLAND LSD 37 X 46
USS MOUNT VERNON LSD 39 X 46
USS WHIDBEY ISLAND LSD 41 X 65
USS GERMANTOWN LSD 42 X 65
USS FORT McHENRY LSD 43 X 64
USS GUNSTON HALL LSD 44 X 64
USS COMSTOCK LSD 46 X 64
USS TORTUGA LSD 46 X 64
USS RUSHMORE LSD 47 X 64
USS ASHLAND LSD 48 X 63.6
USS HARPERS FERRY LSD 49 X 63.9
USS CARTER HALL LSD 50 X 63.9
USS OAK HILL LSD 51 X 63.9
USS PEARL HARBOR LSD 52 X 63.9
USS FREDERICK LST 1184 X 90
USS CAYUGA LST 1186 X 89
USS SAN BERNARDINO LST 1189 X 89
USS LA MOURE COUNTY LST 1194 X 88
USS HARLAN COUNTY LST 1196 X 89
USS BARNSTABLE COUNTY LST 1197 X 88
USS AVENGER MCM 1 X 63
USS DEFENDER MCM 2 X 62
USS SENTRY MCM 3 X 62
USS CHAMPION MCM 4 X 64
USS GUARDIAN MCM 5 X 63
USS DEVASTATOR MCM 6 X 64
USS PATRIOT MCM 7 X 64
USS SCOUT MCM 8 X 64
USS PIONEER MCM 9 64
USS WARRIOR MCM 10 X 64
USS GLADIATOR MCM 11 X 64
USS ARDENT MCM 12 X 64
USS DEXTROUS MCM 13 X 64
USS CHIEF MCM 14 X 64
USS INCHON MCS 12 X X 11
USNS KILAUEA T-AE 26 X 94.1
[42 FR 36434, July 14, 1977]
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