- Class: Clemson - 144 flush-deck destroyers of 1917-18
- Displacement: 1,190 tons
- Dimensions: 310(wl) 314.5(oa) x 31.75 x 8.75 ft.
- Machinery: 2-shaft geared turbines, S.H.P. 26,000 = 35 knots
- Armament: 6-3in/50 (6x1) guns, 6-21"(2x3) T.T.
- Complement: 150
- Builder: William Cramp and Sons, Philadelphia, PA
- Keel Laid: 11 Aug 1919
- Launched: 14 Feb 1920
- Commissioned: 30 Aug 1920 / 26 Sep 1939
- Decommissioned: 14 Oct 1938 / 4 Oct 1945
- Notes: Class comprised hull numbers 185-199 and 206-347. None commissioned in time for WW1. A total of 69 were lost or discarded by start of WW2. Many converted to minelayer (DM), minesweeper (DMS), or seaplane tender (AVD) configurations before or during WW2. Another 20 were transferred to Great Britain and Canada in Sep 1940. Originally armed with 4-4jn guns and 12-21in TT, McCormick was one of 11 converted prewar to an escort configuration, with one less boiler and more bunkerage for extended range and rearmed with 3in guns and more ASW gear, including hedgehog added in 1943, while giving up half of her torpedo tubes. She served in the Atlantic as part of DesRon 31. Designated AG-118 in Jun 1945. Scrapped in 1947