World War 2 Torpedo Boats (1939-1945)
The Torpedo Boat remained a constant threat to surface ships during the whole of World War 2.There are a total of 6 World War 2 Torpedo Boats (1939-1945) in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order (1-to-Z). Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily the primary operator.
The ELCO 80-foot type PT class American Navy boats were ultra-critical to Allied success in the Pacific Theater dur...
While fewer of the Higgins PT Boats were produced than the competing ELCO series, many more of the line survived th...
The Huckins 78-foot PT boats did not see combat like her ELCO and Higgins sisters in WW2 - instead relegated to tra...
Unable to submerge, the Neger was not a true submarine but a manned torpedo carrier serving the German Navy of Worl...
Over 400 R-Boots were built for the German Navy of World War 2 and fewer than half of these survived the conflict w...
Development of Schnellboots were not restricted by the Versailles Treaty following the end of World War 1 - hence G...