- Class: Type 23 - 6 Torpedoote of 1925
- Displacement: 923 tons
- Dimensions: 288 (oa); 281 (wl) x 27 x 12 ft.
- Machinery: 2-shaft geared turbines, S.H.P. 23,000 = 33 knots
- Armament: 3-4.1 in. gun, 2-20 mm. A.A., 6-21.7 in. (2x3) T.T.; fitted for minelaying, 30 mines
- Complement: 120
- Builder: Wilhelmshaven Dockyard
- Laid Down: 17 Nov 1925
- Launched: 29 Sep 1926
- Commissioned: 15 Jul 1928
- Notes: One of the first class of torpedo boats designed since the First World War, also known as the Raubvogel (bird of prey) class. At beginning of the Second World War, Falke and her sisters formed the 5th Torpedo Boat Flotilla and were employed in minelaying and escort operations in the North Sea. Alll except Falke participated in the invasion of Norway in April 1940. Served in France and along the channel coast, including Operation "Cerebus" (the channel dash). Falke operated against the Normandy invasion forces, participating in the sinking of Norwegian destroyer Svenner before being sunk herself by bombs at Le Havre, 14 Jun 1944.