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It was founded in 1861, just prior to the Confederate War of Succession.
Confederate War of SuccessionEdit
Stand-off with the NorthEdit
World War 1Edit
World War 2Edit
The Gulf WarsEdit
Somalia and the War on TerrorEdit
Electronic counter-measures, electronic eavesdropping, sonar and radarEdit
- Gulfport Battalion Center
- Calypso Bay in the north of Jamaica. It opened in 1949.
The sloop Coin (1865-1895)
The ocean going submarine Colette Bowes (1932-1992).
The armed metallic yacht Faithful (1914-1974).
The light carrier Little Rock (1947-2012)
The liaison/official hospitality ship Dove (1964-2015).
The tank landing craft Julie Robinson (1964-2015).
The Patrol boat Tucson (1975-2015).
The corvette Appomattox (1975-2015).
The under-way replenishment ship Pelican (1979-2015).
Carrier South Carolina (CVN -710) (left) (1979-2015) and light carrier Atlanta (right) (1982-2015).
The cruiser Baton Rouge (1984-2015).
The corvette Sam Houston II (second use of the name ) (1985-2015).
The frigate Panther (2005-2015).
The Confederate patrol boat Thomas J. Jackson II, nicknamed- " The Floating Stonewall " (2009-2015), visiting the Commonwealth of Canada in 2011.
The destroyer Chinchilla (1994-2015).
The fleet support oiler ship Robert E. Lee III (1982- 2012) and it's Lynx helicopter in action of the coast of Puntland in 2009.
The landing dock ship Josiah Tattnall (1964-2015) on a visit to the Republic of Quebec 2005.
The troop ship/trainer Joseph E. Johnston (1935-2015).
The minesweeper Jazz Music (1995-2015).
Under-way replenishment ship Cornucopia (1975-2015).
The submarine tender Saxophone (1995-2015).
The patrol boat Seth (2011-2015).
Patrol boat Brave (2010-2015).
The corvette War of Session (1995-2015).
The tug boat Liberty (1995-2015).
The cruiser Just Cruising About (1988-2015) and the fleet support oiler Dubai (1989-2015).
The under-way replenishment ship Vigour (1985-2015).
The fleet support oiler Shelagh O'Brien (1995-2015).
The mine-layer Pilar de Maria (1982-2015)..
The amphibious assault ship Cactus (1999-2015).
the guided missile cruiser Texas (1989-2015).
The destroyer Githa (1985-2015).
Submarine fleet Edit
The Ocean going submarine Stella (1992-2015)
The coastal attack submarine Salmon (2006-2015).
he Ocean going/training submarine Nicola Best (1942-2015)
The coastal attack/training sub Georgia (1939-2015)
The ociean attack/training sub Corpus Cristi (1939-2015).
Confedrate P-3 Patrol bomber
S-3 Carrier Onboard Deleivery
A Confederate light AWACS radar plane.
F-4M Phantom Confederate Navy/Marine/ANG
Confederate Lynx 318 helicopter. Ship-to-ship/shore transit and nautical duties like sub-hunting.
A Confederate light AWACS radar plane.
Élite forces in training.
Confedrate Naval Attack Chopper
E/B-6 Electronic countermeasures aircraft
Confederate F/A-18 Hornet.
Confederate A-4F's in storage.
VF-781 Confederate Navy F9F-5 Panther Landing onboard the Aircraft Carrier Johny Reb during the ships first deployment.
Harbour defence systemsEdit
Cold War and present dayEdit
The light carrier Little Rock (1947-2012) It was preserved in the New Orleans navy museum since mid 2012.
The mine sweeper The Bonnie Blue Flag (1953-83). It fought ifor 4 years in the Vietnam war.
Carrier Alexander Stephens (1946-1964).
The 25 year old Aircraft Carrier CVN Johny Reb being scraped in 1999 after taking heavy damage in a hurricane that struck it's homeport one year before. A scrapping boat is breaking it's keel.
The frigate Arkansas (1977-2007).
The SIGINT spy ship Eagle's Claw (1964-2004).
The SIGINT ship Eagle's Eye (1964-2005).
The SIGINT ship Eagle's Beak (1963-2005).
The landing ship Lubbock (1965-2015).
The cruiser Florida (1969-2015)
The minesweeper Dawn Burns (1943-1963). It took part in the D-Day landings.
The Minesweeper Lorraine Hollstock (1943-1963) during construction in it's homeport.
Patrol boat Key Largo (1939-64)
The cruiser Robert E. Lee II (1939-1975).
Patrol boat Alabama (1940-1965).
The Frigate Missouri (1944-1974).
The frigate Baton Ruge (1945-1975)
The frigate Florida (1945-1985).
The destroyer/training ship Raphael Semmes (1942-2012).
The Troop ship Dora Doores (1944-1984).
The ocean going submarine Tina Dolores Bing (1939-1944) sinking after being hit by a bomb during the D-Day landings.
The ocean going submarine Colette Bowes (1932-1992). It was preserved in the New Orleans navy museum.
The amphibious cargo ship Ocean (1944-1977).
The submarine Style (1945-1975).
The troop ship General Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson (1919-1949).
The mine joint layer/sweeper Coyote (1920-1950)
The corvette Blffton (1921-1951).
The destroyer Nashville (1922-1952).
The Minesweeper-trawler Dixie (1924-57).
The inland gun boat Cactus (1925-1965).
The boom defence ship Miami (1933-1963).
the destroyer/training ship Judah P. Benjamin (1935-2012).
The Destroyer Dixie (1937-1967).
The minesweeper Theresa Staiano (1938-1970).
The destroyer Ft. Lauderdale (1939-69).
The minesweeper Charlotte Dennison-Birch (1939-1971).
the light seaplane carrier Tallahassee (1914-1945).
The corvette Diximond (1918-1944). It was badly damaged, and beached, during the D-Day landings.
The Auxiliary troop transport Corpus Christie (1918-1949).
The armed metallic yacht Faithful (1914-1974). It was preserved at the New Orleans Navy Museum.
The costal attack sub Excelsior (1912-1942).
The destroyer Annihilation (1913-1933).
The frigate North Carolina (1914-1934).
The coastal attack sub Mobile (1914-1940).
Confederate sloop Arizona (1902-1932).
The battleship liberty (1904-1939). The cost was 23,983,500 CSA$ to make.
Motor torpedo boat Jefferson Davis. (1909-1953).
The battleship Texas (1911-1945).
The corvette Fist (1880-1935).
The coastal attack submarine Mississippi (1912- 1928).
The 20 year old coastal attack subs Biloxi and Gulfport after being washed up and destroyed in a hurricane that hit Biloxi on May 1st, 1929.
The cruiser Texas (1905-1955).
The gun boat Sonora (1875-1945).
The corvette Knife (1878-1918).
The patrol boat Star (1879-1917).
The Ironclad frigate Victorious (1879-1929).
The coastal attack submarine Teeth (1889-1918).
The corvette Nestor (1892-1945) visiting China in 1905.
The Monitor Charleston (1898-1945).
The auxiliary troop transport Jonny Reb (1899-1929)
1861-1865 (ATL version of the US Civil War)Edit
Ship of the [battle] line God Save the South (1824-1892).
The frigate Stonewall (1865--1895).
The sloop Coin (1865-1895). It was preserved in the New Orleans navy museum since early 1902.
The sloop-of-war North Carolina (1862-1895).