U.S.S. Allen M. Sumner
- Class: Allen M. Sumner - 70 destroyers of 1942-43
- Displacement: 2,100 tons
- Dimensions: 369(wl) 376.5(oa) x 41 x 19 ft.
- Machinery: 2-shaft geared turbines, S.H.P. 60,000 = 36.5 knots
- Armament: 6-5"/38 (3x2), 12-40mm (2x4,2x2) A.A. guns, 10-21"(2x5) T.T.
- Complement: 350
- Builder: Federal Kearny
- Keel Laid: 7 Jul 1943
- Launched: 15 Dec 1943
- Commissioned: 26 Jan 1944
- Decommissioned: 15 Aug 1973
- Notes: On patrol with sisters Moale (DD-693) and Cooper (DD-695) in Ormoc Bay, western Leyte, the Philippines, on 3 Dec 1944, met and engaged a Japanese reinforcement group including escort destroyers Kuwa and Taka. The former was sunk, but the latter sent Cooper to the bottom with a Long Lance torpedo. Saw additional action at Luzon, earning two battle stars for World War II, plus one off Korea and two off Vietnam. FRAM upgrade in 1961. Naval Reserve training ship at Baltimore, Maryland from 1 Jul 1971 until decommissioning. Scrapped 1974.