Order of Battle
Java Sea Battles
27 February - 1 March 1942
Contributed by Stephen King, Jan Visser, and Richard Worth

Allied Forces

ABDA Combined Striking Force
    Rear Admiral K.W.F.M. Doorman RNN

Heavy Cruisers
Houston                    Capt. A.H. Rooks USN
Exeter                       Capt. O.L. Gordon RN
    Hit by 8in (20.3 cm) shells

Light Cruisers
Java                         Capt. Ph.B.M. Van Straelen RNN
    Sunk by 24in torpedo
De Ruyter (F)          Cdr. E.E.B. Lacomblé RNN
    Sunk by 24in torpedo, 345 killed, including Adm. Doorman
Perth                        Capt. H.M.L. Waller RAN

Destroyer Division 58
    Cdr. T.H. Binford USN
John D. Edwards     Lt. Cdr. H.E. Eccles USN
Paul Jones                Lt. Cdr. J.J. Hourihan USN

Destroyer Division 59
    Cdr. E.N. Parker USN
John D. Ford            Cdr. Parker
Alden                         Lt. J.E. Cooper USN
Pope                          Lt. Cdr. W.C. Blinn USN

British Destroyers
    Cdr. C.W. May, RN
Electra                      Cdr. May
    Sunk by gunfire, 54 survivors
Jupiter                       Lt. Cdr. N.V.J.T. Thew, RN
    Sunk by mine (?)
Encounter                 Lt.Cdr. E.V. St. J. Morgan, RN

Destroyer Group 3
Evertsen                  Lt. Cdr. W.M. de Vries RNN

Destroyer Group 1
    Lt. Cdr. F.J.E. Krips
Witte De With (F)    Lt. Cdr. P. Schotel RNN
Kortenaer                 Lt. Cdr. A. Kroese, RNN
    Sunk by 24in torpedo


Imperial Japanese Navy

Eastern Attack Group
    Rear Admiral S. Nishimura

Destroyer Squadron 4
CL Naka  (F)

Destroyer Division 2
Yudachi
Samidare
Murasame
Harusame
Desdiv 9:
Minegumo
Asagumo
    Hit by 4.7in (12 cm) shells, 4 killed
 

Eastern Covering Group
    Rear Admiral Takeo Takagi

Cruiser Division 5
Nachi (F)
Haguro

Desron 4, Desdiv 24
Yamakaze            Lt. Comm. Shuichi Hamanaka
Kawakaze

Desdiv 7
Sazanami            Lt. Comm. Hiroshi Uwai
Ushio                    Comm. Yoshitake Uesugi

Destroyer Squadron 2
    Rear Admiral Raizo Tanaka
Jintsu (F)

Desdiv 16
Yukikaze—Comm. Kenjiro Tobita
Tokitsukaze—Comm. Giichiro Nakahara
Amatsukaze—Lt. Comm. Tameichi Hara
Hatsukaze—Comm. Kameshirou Takahashi
 

Sources:
1. History of United States Naval Operations in World War II, Vol. 3 by Samuel Eliot Morison
2. The Imperial Japanese Navy by Paul S. Dull
3. De koninklijke Marine in de Tweede Wereldoorlog by Bosscher
4. Verdreven doch niet verslagen