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NameClassCountryYear of Launch
R-1  R-class Submarine  United States  1918  
R-14  R-class Submarine  United States    
R-5  R-class Submarine  United States  1918  
R-7  R-class Submarine  United States    
Raleigh  Omaha-class Light Cruiser  United States    
Rall  Evarts-class Destroyer Escort  United States  1943  
Ralph Talbot  Bagley-class Destroyer  United States  1936  
Randolph  Essex-class Aircraft Carrier  United States  1944  
Ranger  Ranger-class Aircraft Carrier  United States    
Rasher  Gato-class Submarine  United States    
Raton  Gato-class Submarine  United States    
Rawalpindi  R-class Merchant Vessel  United Kingdom  1925  
Ray  Gato-class Submarine  United States  1943  
Razorback  Balao-class Submarine  United States    
Redfin  Gato-class Submarine  United States    
Redfish  Balao-class Submarine  United States    
Renown  Renown-class Battlecruiser  United Kingdom    
Renraku-tei-class Summary Information  Renraku-tei-class Motor Torpedo Boat  Japan    
Renshaw  Fletcher-class Destroyer  United States  1942  
Repulse  Renown-class Battlecruiser  United Kingdom    
Resolution  Revenge-class Battleship  United Kingdom    
Reuben James  Clemson-class Destroyer  United States  1919  
Richelieu  Richelieu-class Battleship  France  1939  
Ro-58  Type L3-class Submarine  Japan  1922  
Robalo  Gato-class Submarine  United States    
Rock  Gato-class Submarine  United States  1943  
Rodney  Nelson-class Battleship  United Kingdom  1925  
Roma  Vittorio Veneto-class Battleship  Italy  1940  
Roncador  Balao-class Submarine  United States    
Ronquil  Balao-class Submarine  United States    
Royal Sovereign  Revenge-class Battleship  United Kingdom  1915  
Runner (Gato-class)  Gato-class Submarine  United States  1942  
Runner (Tench-class)  Tench-class Submarine  United States    
Ryuho  Ryuho-class Aircraft Carrier  Japan  1933  
Ryujo  Ryujo-class Aircraft Carrier  Japan  1931  



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Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, 16 Mar 1945