The Dahlgren was an American Clemson class destroyer built by Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Company in the United States. Commissioned on January 6, 1920, she had a displacement of 1,200 tons. In 1945, she was docked at Philadelphia Navy Yard where she was later sold for scrap on June 17, 1946.
The Danae was a British Danae class cruiser built by Armstrong Whitworth in England and had a displacement of 4,900 tons. She was originally comissioned July 22, 1918, but was later recommissioned as the ORP Conrad after she was leased to the Polish Navy in the latter part of World War II. She was scrapped in Barrow-in-Furness, England on March 27, 1948.
The Dasher was a British Avenger class escort aircraft carrier built by Sun Shipbuilding in the United States. Commissioned on July 2, 1942, she had a displacement of 8,200 tons. She was sunk by an internal explosion on March 27, 1943. The cause of the explosion is still not clear due to a cover up of the fact that it was the largest loss of life in the war not at the hands of the enemy.
The Dauntless was a British Danae class light cruiser built by Palmers Shipbuilding and Iron Company in England. Commissioned April 10, 1918, she had a displacement of 4,900 tons. She was sold and broken up for scrap on February 13, 1946 in Inverkeithing.
The DH.98 had many roles: fast bomber, fighter-bomber, night fighter and fast photo reconaissance aircraft. Manufactured by de Haviland Aircraft Company in Great Britain. Primarily used by the Royal Airforce, Royal Canadian Airforce, Royal Australian Airforce and United States Army Airforce. Introduced in 1941. Approximately 7,800 built.
The DH.100 was a fighter aircraft manufactured by de Haviland English Electric in Great Britain. Primarily used by the Royal Airforce and the Fleet Air Arm. Introduced in 1945. Approximately 3,300 built.
The D.520 was a fighter manufactured by SNCAM/SNCASE in France. Primarily used by the Armée de l’Aire, Luftwaffe, Regia Aeronautica and the Bulgarian Airforce. Introduced in 1940. Approximately 900 built.
Was awarded the Medal of Honor by Congress, and was promoted from Colonel to Brigadier General for leading the first carrier-based bombing raid on Tokyo in 1942. He led sixteen B-25 twin-engine bombers, normally land-based planes, from the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Hornet during the suprise attack on April 18. He also commanded the 8th Army Air Force in Okinawa after the surrender of Germany in 1945.
The DO335 Pfeil (Arrow) was a fighter/bomber manufactured by Dornier Flugzeugwerke in Germany. Primarily used by the Luftwaffe. Introduced in 1944. Approximately 35 built.
The DO-26 was a transport and reconaissance flying boat manufactured by Dornier Flugzeugwerke in Germany. Primarily used by the Deutsche Lufthansa and the Luftwaffe. Introduced in 1939. Approximately 6 built.