USS United States

USS United States may refer to:USS United States (1797) was one of the original six frigates that served from 1798 until 1865 USS United States (CC-6) was a Lexington-class battlecruiser canceled and scrapped when the vessel was only 12 percent complete USS United States (CVA-58) was an aircraft carrier canceled five days after her keel was laid down in 1949 USS United States was to be the eighth Nimitz-class aircraft carrier but renamed USS Harry S. Truman (CVN-75) in 1995
USS Mackerel
USS Mackerel may refer to:USS Mackerel (SS-204), was a Mackerel-class submarine launched 28 September 1940 and served as a training submarine during World War II USS Mackerel (SST-1), was a T-1-class submarine launched 17 July 1953, and served as a
USS Asheville
Four ships of the United States Navy have been named Asheville after Asheville, North Carolina.USS Asheville (PG-21), was a gunboat that served in the Caribbean and off the China coast, and was sunk by Japanese forces early in World War II. USS
USS Mustin
USS Mustin may refer to:USS Mustin (DD-413), was a Sims-class destroyer during World War II USS Mustin (DDG-89), is an Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer currently in active service
USS San Juan
Three ships of the United States Navy have been named USS San Juan. The first retained her mercantile name when acquired by the Navy; the latter two were named for the capital of Puerto Rico.The first USS San Juan (SP-1352) was acquired by the Navy from
USS Viper
USS Viper may refer to the following ships operated by the United States Navy:USS Viper (1806) was originally the cutter Ferret but was re-rigged as a brig and renamed just before the War of 1812, during which she was captured by the British. USS Viper
USS Bonita
USS Bonita has been the name of more than one ship of the United States Navy, and may refer to:USS C-4 (SS-15), originally named USS Bonita, a submarine in commission from 1909 to 1919 USS Bonita (SP-540), a patrol vessel commissioned in 1917 and sunk
USS Vesuvius
USS Vesuvius may refer to:USS Vesuvius (1806), a bomb ketch operated during the first decade of the 19th century USS Vesuvius (1846), a bomb brig saw action during the Mexican–American War Tippecanoe, a Canonicus-class monitor, was renamed Vesuvius
USS Skate
Three submarines of the United States Navy have borne the name USS Skate, named for a type of ray.The first USS Skate (SS-23) was a United States F-class submarine that sank in March 1915 off Pearl Harbor. The second USS Skate (SS-305) was a Balao
USS Gato
USS Gato has been the name of more than one United States Navy ship, and may refer to:USS Gato (SS-212), a submarine in commission from 1941 to 1946 USS Gato (SSN-615), a submarine in commission from 1968 to 1996
MV Island Discovery
The MV Island Discovery is the first vessel in the Island-class ferry series, owned and operated by BC Ferries. Built by Damen Shipyards in 2019 along with the Island Aurora, these vessels make up the first phase of Island-class vessels. The Island