CNA’s Integrated Ship Database contains selected information on particular ships throughout the fleet’s history. The database has been compiled from authorized online U.S. Navy and U.S. government sources, including:
- The Navy’s Naval Vessel Register SHIPS website
- The Military Sealift Command’s Ship Inventory
- The Naval History & Heritage Command’s Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships (DANFS) and Ship History/Command Operations Reports
- The Maritime Administration’s National Defense Reserve Fleet (NDRF) Inventory Reports
- The Navy Chief of Information’s United States Navy Fact File
With the database, you can see the makeup of the Navy’s Battleforce. You can find where ships are in their life cycle—authorized by Congress, under construction, in commission/in service, stricken from the Register, or disposed.
CNA's Integrated Ship Database was developed by Greg Suess, Ph.D. and is maintained by research analyst Clinton Copeland, Ph.D. (703.824.2928) and advisor Lynette McClain (703.824.2855). If you have any questions, please contact us. We also welcome your thoughts and suggestions on improvements to this product.
- ISDB 2015-03.xlsx (CNA Interactive Software DIS-2017-U-015836-Final)
- ISDB2014-12.xlsx (CNA Interactive Software DIS-2017-U-015201-Final)
- ISDB2014-09.xlsx (CNA Interactive Software DIS-2015-U-010680-2Rev)
- ISDB2014-06.xlsx (CNA Interactive Software DIS-2015-U-010761-1Rev)
- ISDB2014-03.xlsm (CNA Interactive Software DIS-2015-U-010758-Final)
- ISDB2013-12.xlsm (CNA Interactive Software DIS-2015-U-010745-Final)
- Click here to view database updates from 2005 to 2012
(This page was last updated on June 2, 2017)