USS Cincinnati (C-7) was a protected cruiser of the United States Navy and was launched in 1892 by New York Navy Yard and commissioned in 1894. During the Spanish American War, it joined the blockade off Havana, Cuba, and bombarded Matanzas.
The USS Montery (BM-6) was one of the last monitors built for the US Navy. Commissioned in 1893, it served in the Pacific. During the Spanish-American War, it fought in the lopsided American victory in Manila Bay. She was decommissioned in 1921.
The USS Baltimore (C-3) was the second protected cruiser built for the US Navy. Launched in 1888, it was the flagship of the North Atlantic Squadron. It fought in the Battle of Manilla Bay and was present for the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1942.
This Albany Class is from Hector Bywater's The Great Pacific War. Bywater describes the class as a “Modern Cruiser,” laid down in 1927. This design is an adaptation of the Northampton class. Ship layout by Chris Carlson.
The Galveston Class is from Hector Bywater's The Great Pacific War. This class has 11,500 tons standard displacement. This design is based on stats from Bywater's book and Design 292 from Friedman's US Cruisers. Ship layout by Chris Carlson.
The first South Dakota class was a class of six battleships, laid down in 1920 but never completed due to the terms of the Washington Naval Treaty. They would have been the largest, most heavily armed and armored battleships in the U.S. Navy.
The Amagi class was a series of four battlecruisers planned for the Imperial Japanese Navy. Due to limitations of the Washington Naval Treaty, the class was canceled, though one hull was converted to an aircraft carrier. The main battery was to consist of ten 16 in (406 mm) L/45 guns in five twin turrets. The Amagi is featured in the alternate reality series Destroyermen.