Return to Brazilian Navy Destroyers
Type 22 Batch 1 LOA 430′ / 131.1 m TDISP 4,400 tons (4 transferred after RN service, 2 now retired)
Rademaker F-49 originally HMS Battleaxe F-89 (1979-1995) transferred to Brazil, in service since 1997.
Niterói-class LOA 424′ / 129.2 m TDISP 3,700 tons (6 built and 1 unarmed variant for training, 1 now retired)
Niterói F-40 (1976-2019) and Defensora F-41 (1977)
Garcia Class LOA 415′ / 126.5 m TDISP 3,400 tons (ex-USN 4 transferred to Brazil, all retired)
Pará D-27 (1988-2008) Formerly USS Albert David FF-1050 (1968-1988) AND Pernambuco D-30 (1988-2004) Formerly USS Bradley FF-1041 (1965-1988), scrapped 2013. Both saw service in Far East deployments during Vietnam War. Though this is not listed in wikipedia, it appears that Pará was scrapped soon after Pernambuco. Dismantling started at her longtime berth, where guns and deckhouses and upper decks were removed. Final dismantling was in the nearby drydock facility at the Ilha de mocanguê.