James A. Lovell-class
USS Lovell
James A. Lovell (DDA-1) before the Battle of the United States.

Country of Origin

United States of America






Aerospace Destroyer


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Escort, assault ships

The James A. Lovell-class is the first class of aerospace destroyers for the United States Navy. Originally designed to serve as escorts for larger ships like the Valkyrie and Neil Armstrong, they have been seen as ships capable of acting as miniature arsenal ships in most situations.




In 2013, the United States became one of the first nations to build and commission a flying warship, and later the first to build ships that can fly outside Earth's gravity. By the beginning of the Earth-Prometheus War, the U.S. Navy had only 10 aerospace capital ships (9 battleships and 1 carrier) and the Navy ordered engineers to design a vessel to serve as escorts. In the end, engineers created the Star Destroyer Program to provide aerospace destroyers for the Navy consisting of five cost-efficient flight variants, with the previous variant(s) being refitted with newer upgrades when a new construction variant is commissioned.

On September 23, 2014, the lead ship of the class and the first of the Flight Is was laid down as the PCU Venator (DDA-01), later renamed the James A. Lovell. The Lovell was christened and launched one month later and commissioned on Veteran's Day in Chicago, Illinois. By Thanksgiving, the entire flight was commissioned and Flight II already in development.

Human-Sith War


Ships in Class

Ship Hull Number Homeport
Flight I
James A. Lovell DD-01 Chicago, Illinois
John Glenn DD-02 Miami, Florida
Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin DD-03 Los Angeles, California
Christa McAuliffe DD-04 Boston, Massachusetts
Wernher von Braun DD-05 Norfolk, Virginia
Alan Shepard DD-06 San Diego, California
Flight II
Mercury DD-07 Guam
Venus DD-08 Groton, Connecticut
Terra DD-09 Seattle, Washington
Mars DD-10 Pearl Harbor, Hawaii
Ceres DD-11 New York City, New York
Jupiter DD-12 Portland, Oregon
Flight III
Saturn DD-13 Houston, Texas
Uranus DD-14 Anchorage, Alaska
Neptune DD-15 Detroit, Michigan
Pluto DD-16 Mobile, Alabama
Eris DD-17 Pierre, South Dakota
Sol DD-18 Jersey City, New Jersey
Flight IV
Columbia DD-19 Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas
Discovery DD-20 Norfolk, Virginia
Atlantis DD-21 Miami, Florida
Challenger DD-22 Chicago, Illinois
Endeavor DD-23 Los Angeles, California
Explorer DD-24 Houston, Texas
Flight V
Venator DD-25 Chicago, Illinois
Resolution DD-26 Detroit, Michigan
Vensenor DD-27 San Francisco, California
Victory DD-28 Puerto Rico
Unity DD-29 Guam
United DD-30 Chicago, Illinois
Luna DD-31 Mayport, Florida
Caelmare DD-32 Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Tenelapis DD-33 Mobile, Alabama
Io DD-34 Norfolk, Virginia
Europa DD-35 Anchorage, Alaska
Titan DD-36 Guam
Phobos DD-37 Houston, Texas
Deimos DD-38 New York City, New York
Triton DD-39 Pearl Harbor, Hawaii
Apollo DD-40 Miami, Florida
Maumea DD-41 Pearl Harbor, Hawaii
Lake Michigan DD-42 Chicago, Illinois
Lake Huron DD-43 Lansing, Michigan
Lake Superior DD-44 Duluth, Minnesota
Lake Erie DD-45 Detroit, Michigan
Lake Ontario DD-46 Buffalo, New York
Lake Tahoe DD-47 San Diego, California
Cape Cod DD-48 Boston, Massachusetts
Over the Rainbow DD-49 Kansas Inland Airbase
Waters of Babylon DD-50 New York City, New York
Flight VI
Majestic DD-101
Intervention DD-102
Defender DD-103
Hound DD-104
Brassbound DD-105
Flight VII
Hound DD-106
Reluctant DD-107
Pioneer DD-108
Redoubt DD-109
Audacity DD-110
Righteous DD-111
Electrum DD-112
Triumphant DD-113
Endurance DD-114
Flight VII*
Spruance DD-115
O'Hare DD-116
Halsey DD-117
Arleigh Burke DD-118
Christopher Shane DD-119
John Paul Jones DD-120
Nathan James DD-121
Cole DD-122


  • TBA


  • The name of the class was decided by Harmonmj13 after he saw the James Lovell exhibit at Chicago's Adler Planetarium.
  • The class is inspired by the Venator-class star destroyers from "Star Wars". Because of this, DD-25 was named Venator.
    • The first six Flight V units and all the ships in Flights VI and VII are all named after star destroyers, most of them being Venators.


James A. Lovell