Gherardi (DD-367), Plunkett (DD-431), Hambleton (DD-455), Rodman (DD-456), Forrest (DD-461), Fitch (DD-462), Corry (DD-463), Hobson (DD-464), Carmick (DD-493), McCook (DD-496), Frankford (DD-497), Glennon (DD-620), Jeffers (DD-621), Nelson (DD-623), Baldwin (DD-624), Harding (DD-625), Satterlee (DD-626), Thompson (DD-627), Butler (DD-636), Herndon (DD-638), Shubrick (DD-639)
USS Livermore DD-429, Monsson DD-436 (Gleaves Class)
, Similar type Asakaze DD-181 (Gleaves Class)
Allen M. Sumner
Walke (DD-723), Laffey (DD-724), O’Brien (DD-725), Meredith (DD-726)
Base type Allen M.Sumner Class
Aconit, Estienne d'Orves, Renoncule, Roselys
Base type Flower Class
HMS Grenville, Ulster, Ulysses, Undaunted, Undine, Urania, Urchin, Ursa, Kempenfelt, HMCS Algonquin, HMCS Sioux, HMS Venus, Vigilant, Verulam, Virago
HMS Venus (UVWZ class destroyer)
HMS Albrighton, Cattistock, ORP Krakowiak, Pytchley, Bleasdale, HNoMS Glaisdale, Stevenstone, Dacres, Goathland, Eglington, Middleton, Melbreak, Talybont, Tanatside
HMS Quorn †
3.8. by Marder Keinst-U-Boot
Base type Hunt class
Tugs (HMS TID, US V4, LT, ST, HMS Simla),
Rescue tugs (Assurance class HMS Sesame †
HMT Stormking (Assurance Tug class)
, HMS TID class (HMS TID class)
, as V4??
, US-Tug Peder Ambjornsen ST-760 (US-Tug|ST Design 327 class)
, USS Fame (US 143-foot Seagoing Wooden Tug|US Large Tug)
X20 and X23 marked borders of Sword and Juno beaches
flagship TF G
USS Anne Arundel (AP-76), USS Dorothea L. Dix (AP-67), USS Thurston (AP-77)
HMS Amsterdam, SS Ben My Chree, HMS Prince Baudouin, HMS Prince Charles, HMS Prince Leopold, HMS Princess Maud
Dragonfly class gunboat
PT-484, 552, 564, 565, 567, 568, 617, 618, 619, 1176, 1225, 1232, 1233, 1252, 1261, 1262, 1263
Motor Torpedo Boats (S-Boote, MTB Vosper, PT Boat)
10,20,30,40,50,60,70,80. & 90.
98, 100, 167, 168, 185, 187, 239, 245, 269, 275 & 317
New Zealand Liner + Depot ship for tugs
Passenger/Cargo Vessel + Depot Ship
HM LST (1) + Tank & Truck Ferry then Rhino Depot Ship
Minesweeper Ex Trawler + HM Depot Trawler
Southampton/IOW Ferry + Landing Craft Engineering and Maintenance
French Passenger Vessel + Depot Ship.
US Auxiliary Minelayer + Minesweeper Depot Ship
The following dredgers were deployed: Dm Dredge No 16; From Foulney H+B Ry Dredger No 4 and James Nos 4, 32, 36, 46 & 67; From Ramsgate, Red No 6, Rossall, TB, Taylor, TCC Hopper No 1, TIC Nos 18 & 19 and Tolverne.
DEW (?) for Gold Beach, MH Stephen
Southern Rail Vessel + Bombardon Control Ship later Accommodation Ship
George D Irvine
Trawler (?) + HM Depot Trawler
Southern Railway Vessel + HM Mulberry Control & Receiving Ship
Isle of Thanet
Passenger Vessel + Control Ship + Ferry Control HQ Ship for Force J.
Ferry in Singapore Straits + Depot & Repair Ship + For Minesweepers and Anti Submarine Trawlers anchored in Solent.
Excursion Vessel + Accommodation Ship (?) + Mulberry Whale Sections.
Juno and Kansas ex Thames positioned 18 June.
US Destroyer Tender + Landing Craft Emergency Repair + Ex Weymouth, arrived Juno 12 June. Beginning in May 1944 she helped minesweepers and landing craft as they got ready for the June invasion of Normandy. For the next year she was busy maintaining and repairing landing craft for the Allied push toward Germany.
US Minelayer + Task Force HQ Ship + Western Task Force area 25 June in Convoy ECP15. Embarked Rear Admiral John Wilkes and became flagship for CTF 125. She steamed to Cherbourg 9 July and on the 18th, Admiral Wilkes hauled down his flag prior to Miantonomah's departure to England to carry supplies for port clearance operations. Sunk 25/9 with the loss of 58 crew.
USS Oglala CM-4 / ARG-1 (1/1250)
Landing Ship + Rhino Depot Ship + British Assault Area, Mulberry B Rhino.
US Lend/Lease Vessel + Accommodation Ship + Western Task Force Area 8th June in Convoy EBC2Y.
US Vessel + US Accommodation Ship
Queen of Kent
New Medway Excursion Vessel + Accommodation & Despatch Control Ship + Mulberry Accommodation & Despatch Control Ship
Queen of Thanet
New Medway Excursion Vessel (Paddle Steamer) + Despatch & Control Ship + Mulberry Despatch Control at Selsey then Peel Bank, Isle of Wight from 24 June. Built as the minesweeper HMS Melton for the Royal Navy in the Great War and later converted for passenger use.
HMS Ascot (1917) (Racecourse class)
HM Depot Trawler + Mine Sweeper/Stores.
Paddle Steamer + Accommodation Ship + Mulberry Control Ship.
Clyde Paddle Steamer + Minesweeper + Mulberry Control Ship & Accommodation Ship
Excursion Vessel + HQ Ship
HMS Southern Prince
Auxiliary Minelayer + Accommodation/Temp HQ Ship
American Lend/Lease + Accommodation Ship + Western Task Force.
Star of Freedom
HM Trawler Depot Ship
Minesweeper Maintenance Ship + HQ Ship
Landing Ship Tank + Depot Ship + Rhino Depot Ship from 8 June. Grounded in gale 19 June.
Belgian Vessel + Depot Ship
War Wing 1915
Trawler? + HM Depot Trawler
Landing Barge Emergency Repair + Pennant numbers 1-10 & 12-60.
Landing Barge Kitchen + Numbered1-10.
Landing Craft Emergency Repair + Numbered 13, 15, 16, 19, 23, 24.
British cable layer (for telephone cable UK to France). Damaged xx
by friendly fire of USS Plunkett (DD-431) and USS Davis (DD-395)