USS Henley


USS Henley

USS "Henley" has been the name of three ships in the United States Navy. They were named for Robert Henley. A fourth "Henley" was named for his brother, John D. Henley.

*USS|Henley|DD-39, was a "Paulding"-class destroyer, launched in 1912, and served in World War I. She then served in the United States Coast Guard from 1924 to 1930. She was sold in 1934
*USS|Henley|DD-391, was a "Bagley"-class destroyer, launched in 1937, served in World War II and sank in battle in October 1943

*USS|Henley|DD-762, was a "Allen M. Sumner"-class destroyer, built in 1945 and served until 1973

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*USS|John D. Henley|DD-553, was a "Fletcher"-class destroyer, launched in 1945, served in World War II and sold for scrap in 1974


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