USS Hopkins (DD-6) and USS Paul Jones (DD-10), 1918
Here we see the Hopkins class destroyer USS Hopkins (DD-6) and the Paul Jones class destroyer USS Paul Jones (DD-10), at Hampton Roads, Virginia, some time in 1918. This picture is well arranged to show the two different bow types used on the early Bainbridge class destroyers - the Hopkins has the 'turtle deck', which reduced space in front of the bridge platform, while the Paul Jones has the raised forecastle.
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Rickard, J (7 October 2016), USS Hopkins (DD-6) and USS Paul Jones (DD-10), 1918 , http://www.historyofwar.org/Pictures/pictures_USS_Hopkins_USS_Paul_Jones.html