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Encyclopedia > List of United States Navy ships, M
USN Jack
Ships of the
United States Navy

A - B - C - D - E - F - G
H - I - J - K - L - M - N
O - P - Q - R - S - T - U
V - W - X - Y - Z
Image File history File links Naval_Jack_of_the_United_States. ... This is a set of lists of ships of the United States Navy, including both past and present vessels. ... This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with A. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ... This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with B. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ... This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with C. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ... This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with D. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ... This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with E. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ... This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with F. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ... This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with G. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ... This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with H. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ... This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with I. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ... This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with J. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ... This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with K. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ... This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with L. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ... This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with N. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ... This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with O. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ... This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with P. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ... This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with Q. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ... This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with R. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ... This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with S. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ... This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with T. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ... This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with U. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ... This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with V. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ... This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with W. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ... This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with X. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ... This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with Y. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ... This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with Z. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ...

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patrol vessels
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ships of the line
submarines

This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with M. This list of aircraft carriers of the United States Navy includes all types in the main hull numbering sequence, consisting of hull classification symbols CV, CVA, CVB, CVL, and CVN. All units after CVA-57 are supercarriers. ... This is a list of airships of the United States Navy, listed both by hull number and by name. ... This is a list of amphibious assault ships of the United States Navy. ... This is a list of auxiliaries of the United States Navy. ... This list of battleships of the United States Navy includes all ships with the hull classification symbol BB. A number of these were started but never completed. ... This list of cruisers of the United States Navy includes all ships that were ever called cruiser. Since the nomenclature predates the hull numbering system, and there were several confusing renumberings and renamings, there are multiple entries referring to the same physical ship. ... This is a list of destroyers of the United States Navy, sorted by hull number. ... This is a list of destroyer escorts of the United States Navy, listed both by hull number and by name. ... This is a list of escort aircraft carriers of the United States Navy. ... This is a list of frigates of the United States Navy, sorted by hull number. ... This is a list of patrol vessels of the United States Navy. ... This is a list of mine warfare vessels of the United States Navy. ... This is a list of all monitors of the United States Navy. ... This is a list of sailing frigates of the United States Navy. ... This is a list of ships of the line of the United States Navy. ... This is a list of submarines of the United States Navy, listed both by hull number and by name. ... Italian ship-rigged vessel Amerigo Vespucci in New York Harbor, 1976 A ship is a large, sea-going watercraft, sometimes with multiple decks. ... The United States Navy (USN) is the branch of the United States armed forces responsible for conducting naval operations around the globe. ...


For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. The list of United States Navy ships in commission contains all ships currently commissioned by the United States Navy. ...

All Ships of the United States Navy
A B C D E F G H I J K L M
N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

For ships with unique names, "USS Shipname" redirects to the ship article. For reused names, "USS Shipname" is an index page for the ships of that name; the links after the name lead to the specific ship pages. This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with A. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ... This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with B. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ... This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with C. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ... 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This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with H. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ... This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with I. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ... This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with J. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ... This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with K. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ... This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with L. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ... This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with N. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ... This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with O. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ... This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with P. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ... This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with Q. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ... This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with R. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ... This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with S. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ... This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with T. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ... This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with U. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ... This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with V. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ... This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with W. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ... This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with X. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ... This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with Y. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ... This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with Z. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. ...

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M-Ma

  • USS M-1 (SS-47)
  • USS M. J. Scanlon ()
  • USS M. M. Davis ()
  • USS M. W. Chapin ()
  • USS Maartensdijk ()
  • USS Macabi ()
  • USS Macaw ()
  • USS Macdonough (DD-9, DD-331, DD-351, DDG-39)
  • USS Macedonian (1810, 1836)
  • USS Machias (, )
  • USS Machigonne ()
  • USS Mack (DE-358)
  • USS MacKenzie (TB-17, DD-175, DD-614)
  • USS Mackerel (SS-204, SST-1)
  • USS Mackinac (, )
  • USS Mackinaw ()
  • USS MacLeish ()
  • USS Macomb ()
  • USS Macon (ZRS-5, CA-132)
  • USS Macona ()
  • USS Mactobi ()
  • USS Madawaska (, )
  • USS Maddox (DD-168, DD-622, DD-731)
  • USS Madera ()
  • USS Madera County (LST-905)
  • USS Madgie ()
  • USS Madison (1812, 1832, DD-425)
  • USS Madokawando ()
  • USS Madrono ()
  • USS Magdalena (, )
  • USS Maggie ()
  • USS Maggie Baker ()
  • USS Magistrate ()
  • USS Magnet (, , ADG-9)
  • USS Magnolia (, )
  • USS Magoffin (LPA-199)
  • USS Magothy ()
  • USS Magpie (, , )
  • USS Mahackemo ()
  • USS Mahan (DD-102, DD-364, DDG-42, DDG-72)
  • USS Mahanna ()
  • USS Mahaska (1861, YN-36/YNT-4/YTB-730/YTM-730)
  • USS Mahlon S. Tisdale (FFG-27)
  • USS Mahnomen County (LST-)
  • USS Mahoa ()
  • USS Mahogany ()
  • USS Mahonese ()
  • USS Mahoning ()
  • USS Mahoning County (LST-914)
  • USS Mahopac (1863, AT-29, ATA-196)
  • USS Mail ()
  • USS Maine (ACR-1, BB-10, BB-69, SSBN-741)
  • USS Mainstay ()
  • USS Maj. Bernard F. Fisher (AK-4396)
  • USS Maj. Stephen W. Pless (AK-3007)
  • USS Majaba ()
  • USS Majestic (, )
  • USS Major (DE-796)
  • USS Major Wheeler ()
  • USS Makah ()
  • USS Makassar Strait (CVE-91)
  • USS Makin Island (CVE-93, LHD-8)
  • USS Malabar (AF-37)
  • USS Malanao ()
  • USS Malang ()
  • USS Malay ()
  • USS Malek Adhel ()
  • USS Mallard (, )
  • USS Malone ()
  • USS Maloy (DE-791)
  • USS Malvern (, , , )
  • USS Mamo ()
  • USS Manada ()
  • USS Manasquan ()
  • USS Manatee (, )
  • USS Manayunk (1864, AN-81)
  • USS Manchester (1812, CL-83)
  • USS Manchineel ()
  • USS Manchuria ()
  • USS Manderson Victory ()
  • USS Mandeville ()
  • USS Mango ()
  • USS Mangrove ()
  • USS Manhasset ()
  • USS Manhattan (1863, Cutter No. 30, YTB-779)
  • USS Manila ()
  • USS Manila Bay (CVE-61)
  • USS Manileno (, )
  • USS Manistee (, )
  • USS Manito II ()
  • USS Manitou ()
  • USS Manitowoc (, LST-1180)
  • USS Manley (TB-23, DD-74, DD-940)
  • USS Manlove ()
  • USS Manna Hata ()
  • USS Manners ()
  • USS Mannert L. Abele (DD-733)
  • USS Manning (, )
  • USS Manokin ()
  • USS Manomet ()
  • USS Mansfield (DD-728)
  • USS Manta (, )
  • USS Manteo ()
  • USS Manuwai ()
  • USS Manville ()
  • USS Manzanita ()
  • USS Mapiro (SS-376)
  • USS Maple ()
  • USS Maquinna ()
  • USS Maquoketa ()
  • USS Marabout ()
  • USS Maratanza (, )
  • USS Marathon (, PG-89)
  • USS Marblehead (1861, C-11, CL-12)
  • USS Marcasite ()
  • USS Marcellus ()
  • USS Marchand (DE-249)
  • USS Marcia (, )
  • USS Marcus (DD-321)
  • USS Marcus Island (CVE-77)
  • USS Marengo ()
  • USS Margaret ()
  • USS Margaret and Jessie ()
  • USS Margaret and Rebecca ()
  • USS Margaret Anderson ()
  • USS Margaret Scott ()
  • USS Margin ()
  • USS Margo ()
  • USS Marguerite ()
  • USS Maria ()
  • USS Maria A. Wood ()
  • USS Maria Denning ()
  • USS Maria J. Carlton ()
  • USS Maria Theresa ()
  • USS Mariana ()
  • USS Mariano G. Vallejo (SSBN-658)
  • USS Marias (AO-57)
  • USS Marica ()
  • USS Maricopa ()
  • USS Maricopa County (LST-988)
  • USS Marie (, )
  • USS Marietta (, , , ANL-82)
  • USS Marigold (, )
  • USS Marija ()
  • USS Marin (, )
  • USS Marine Adder ()
  • USS Marine Carp ()
  • USS Marine Fiddler (AK-267)
  • USS Marine Lynx (T-AP-194)
  • USS Marine Phoenix (T-AP-195)
  • USS Marine Serpent ()
  • USS Mariner (, )
  • USS Marinette ()
  • USS Marinette County (LST-953)
  • USS Marion (1839)
  • USS Marion County (LST-975)
  • USS Mariveles (, )
  • USS Marjorie M. ()
  • USS Mark (AKL-12)
  • USS Markab (AR-23)
  • USS Marl ()
  • USS Marlboro ()
  • USS Marlin (, )
  • USS Marmora (, )
  • USS Marne ()
  • USS Marnell ()
  • USS Marold ()
  • USS Marpessa ()
  • USS Marquette ()
  • USS Mars (, , AFS-1)
  • USS Marsh (DE-699)
  • USS Marshall (DD-676)
  • USS Marshfield (AK-282)
  • USS Marta ()
  • USS Martha Washington ()
  • USS Martha’s Vineyard ()
  • USS Martin (, )
  • USS Martin H. Ray ()
  • USS Martinez ()
  • USS Marts ()
  • USS Marvel ()
  • USS Marvin H. McIntyre ()
  • USS Marvin Shields (FF-1066)
  • USS Mary ()
  • USS Mary Alice ()
  • USS Mary and Betty ()
  • USS Mary Ann ()
  • USS Mary B. Garner ()
  • USS Mary Frances ()
  • USS Mary Linda ()
  • USS Mary Louise ()
  • USS Mary M ()
  • USS Mary Pope ()
  • USS Mary Sanford ()
  • USS Mary Sears (AGS-65)
  • USS Maryland (1799, ACR-8, BB-46, SSBN-738)
  • USS Marysville ()
  • USS Masbate ()
  • USS Mascoma ()
  • USS Mascoutah ()
  • USS Mason (DD-191, DE-529, DDG-87)
  • USS Mason L. Weems ()
  • USS Massachusetts (1791, 1845, 1860, 1869, BB-2, BB-54, BB-59)
  • USS Massasoit (, , )
  • USS Massey (DD-778)
  • USS Mastic ()
  • USS Mataco (ATF-86)
  • USS Matagorda ()
  • USS Matanikau (CVE-101)
  • USS Matanzas ()
  • USS Matar ()
  • USS Matchless ()
  • USS Mathews ()
  • USS Matinicus ()
  • USS Matsonia ()
  • USS Mattabesett (1864)
  • USS Mattabesset (AOG-52)
  • USS Mattaponi ()
  • USS Matthew Vassar ()
  • USS Mattole ()
  • USS Matunak ()
  • USS Mauban ()
  • USS Maud ()
  • USS Maui (, )
  • USS Maumee (, , AOT-149)
  • USS Mauna Kea (AE-22)
  • USS Mauna Loa (, AE-8)
  • USS Maurice J. Manuel ()
  • USS Maurice River ()
  • USS Maury (DD-100, DD-401, AGS-16, AGS-39)
  • USS Mauvila ()
  • USS Mawkaw ()
  • USS May ()
  • USS Mayfield ()
  • USS Mayfield Victory ()
  • USS Mayflower (1866, PY-1, 1897)
  • USS Maynard ()
  • USS Mayo (DD-422)
  • USS Mayrant (DD-31, DD-402)
  • USS Maysie ()
  • USS Mazama ()
  • USS Mazapeta ()

USS M-1 (SS-47) was a unique submarine of the United States Navy. ... USS M-1 (SS-47) was a unique submarine of the United States Navy. ... Four ships in the United States Navy have been named USS Macdonough for Commodore Thomas Macdonough. ... The first USS Macdonough (DD-9) was a destroyer in the United States Navy. ... The second USS Macdonough (DD-331) was a Clemson-class destroyer in the United States Navy following World War I. She was named for Thomas Macdonough. ... The third USS Macdonough (DD-351) was a Farragut-class destroyer in the United States Navy during World War II. She was named for Thomas Macdonough. ... USS MacDonough (DLG-8/DDG-39) named for Commodore Thomas Macdonough was the 4th ship of the United States Navy to be named for him. ... Two ships in the United States Navy have been named USS Macedonian. ... The first USS Macedonian was a United States Navy 38-gun sailing frigate, originally the HMS Macedonian of the Royal Navy, captured by Stephen Decatur in the War of 1812. ... The second USS Macedonian, a 36-gun frigate, was rebuilt from the keel of the first Macedonian at Gosport (later Norfolk) Navy Yard, Portsmouth, Virginia, beginning in 1832; and was launched and placed in service in 1836, Capt. ... Three ships of the United States Navy have borne the name USS MacKenzie, named in honor of Alexander Slidell MacKenzie, who served in the Navy during the American Civil War. ... USS MacKenzie (DD–175) was a Wickes class destroyer in the United States Navy following World War I, later transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy as HMCS Annapolis (I-04). ... Two submarines of the United States Navy have borne the name USS Mackerel. ... The first USS Mackerel (SS-204), the lead ship of her class, was the first submarine of the United States Navy named for the mackerel, a common food and sport fish. ... USS Mackerel (SST-1), the lead ship of her class, was the second submarine of the United States Navy named for the mackerel, a common food and sport fish. ... USS MacLeish (DD-220/AG-87) was a Clemson-class destroyer in the United States Navy during World War II. She was named for Kenneth MacLeish. ... USS Macomb (DD-458/DMS-23) was a Gleaves-class destroyer of the United States Navy, named for Commodore William H. Macomb (1819–1872) and Rear Admiral David B. Macomb (1811–1927). ... Two ships of the United States Navy have borne the name USS Macon, named in honor of the city of Macon, Georgia. ... USS Macon (ZRS-5) was a rigid frame airship built and operated by the United States Navy for scouting. ... USS Macon (CA-132) was laid down 14 June 1943 by the New York Shipbuilding Corp. ... There were three American destroyers named the U.S.S. Maddox. ... USS Maddox (DD–168) was a Wickes class destroyer in the United States Navy during the World War I. She was later transferred to the Royal Navy as HMS Georgetown (I-40) and then to the Soviet Navy as Zhostki. ... This article needs to be cleaned up to conform to a higher standard of quality. ... USS Maddox (DD-731), named for Captain William A. T. Maddox, USMC, (1814-1889), was an class destroyer laid down by the Bath Iron Works Corporation at Bath in Maine on 28 October 1943, launched on 19 March 1944 by Mrs. ... Three United States Navy ships have been named Madison, the first two in honor of James Madison, fourth President of the United States, and the third after Commander James Jonas Madison, who won the Medal of Honor in World War I. The first Madison was a 14-gun schooner launched... The third USS Madison (DD-424) was a Benson-class destroyer in the United States Navy during World War II. She was named for James Jonas Madison. ... Categories: Stub ... The first USS Mahan (DD-102) was a Wickes-class destroyer in the United States Navy during World War I and later designated, DM-7, in the years following. ... The second USS Mahan (DD-364) was the lead ship of her class of destroyers in the United States Navy during World War II. She was named for Alfred T. Mahan. ... Categories: Stub ... Two ships in the United States Navy have been named USS Mahaska for one of the chiefs of the Fox and Sauk tribe. ... The first USS Mahaska was a wooden, double-ender, sidewheel steamer of the third rate in the United States Navy during the American Civil War. ... USS (FFG-27), nineteenth ship of the Oliver Hazard Perry class of guided-missile frigates, was named for Vice Admiral Mahlon Street Tisdale (1890-?). Ordered from Todd Shipyards, San Pedro, CA on 23 January 1978 as part of the FY78 program, was laid down on 19 March 1980, launched on... USS (FFG-27), nineteenth ship of the Oliver Hazard Perry class of guided-missile frigates, was named for Vice Admiral Mahlon Street Tisdale (1890-?). Ordered from Todd Shipyards, San Pedro, CA on 23 January 1978 as part of the FY78 program, was laid down on 19 March 1980, launched on... History USS Mahoning County was named after Mahoning County in northeast Ohio. ... The first USS Mahopac, a heavily armored Canonicus-class monitor built by Z. & F. Secor at New York, NY, was launched 17 May 1864, and, after a trial trip 20 August, commissioned in September at New York, Commander William A. Parker in command. ... Four ships of the United States Navy have borne the name USS Maine, named for the 23rd state. ... USS Maine (ACR-1), the first ship of the United States Navy to be named for the state of Maine, was a 6682-ton second-class pre-dreadnought battleship originally designated as Armored Cruiser #1. ... USS Maine (BB-10), the lead ship of her class of battleships, was the second ship of the United States Navy to be named in honor of the 23rd state. ... Building of a Montana-class battleship to be named USS Maine (BB-69) in honor of the 23rd state was authorized July 19, 1940, and assigned to the New York Navy Yard; but, before her keel was laid, construction was canceled July 21, 1943. ... USS Maine (SSBN-741), an Ohio-class Trident ballistic missile nuclear submarine, was the fourth ship of the United States Navy authorized (the third commissioned) to be named in honor of the 23rd state. ... USS Makassar Strait (CVE‑91) was originally classified AVG-91, reclassified ACV-91 on 20 August 1942, and reclassified CVE-91 on 15 July 1943; originally named Ulitaka Bay and renamed Makassar Strait 6 November 1943; laid down by Kaiser Co. ... USS Makassar Strait (CVE‑91) was originally classified AVG-91, reclassified ACV-91 on 20 August 1942, and reclassified CVE-91 on 15 July 1943; originally named Ulitaka Bay and renamed Makassar Strait 6 November 1943; laid down by Kaiser Co. ... Two ships of the United States Navy have borne the name USS Makin Island, named for Makin Island, target of the U.S. Marine Raiders attack early in World War II. The first Makin Island, (CVE-93), was a Casablanca-class escort aircraft carrier, launched in 1944 and stricken in... USS Makin Island (CVE-93) was laid down 12 January 1944 by Kaiser Shipbuilding Company, Vancouver, Washington; launched 5 April 1944; sponsored by Mrs. ... USS Makin Island (LHD-8), a Wasp-class amphibious assault ship, will be the second ship of the United States Navy to be named for Makin Island, target of the Marine Raiders attack early in World War II. Makin Island was laid down on 14 February 2004 by the Ingalls... USS Maloy (DE-791), a Buckley-class destroyer escort, was the first and only ship of the United States Navy to be named for Thomas Joel Maloy, who served aboard the USS Atlanta (CL-51) during the Naval Battle of Guadalcanal. ... USS Maloy (DE-791), a Buckley-class destroyer escort, was the first and only ship of the United States Navy to be named for Thomas Joel Maloy, who served aboard the USS Atlanta (CL-51) during the Naval Battle of Guadalcanal. ... The contract for construction of USS Manayunk was signed by agents of the United States Navy and the shipbuilding firm of Snowden and Mason on 15 September 1862, and the keel of the Canonicus-class monitor was laid down shortly thereafter at Pittsburgh, PA The ship was ready to be... USS Manchester (CL-83) was laid down 25 September 1944 by the Fore River Shipyard, Bethlehem Steel Corp. ... USS Manchester (CL-83) was laid down 25 September 1944 by the Fore River Shipyard, Bethlehem Steel Corp. ... The first USS Manhattan was built by Perine, Secor & Co. ... USS Manila Bay (CVE-61) was laid down as Bucareli Bay (ACV-61) under Maritime Commission contract by Kaiser Co. ... USS Manila Bay (CVE-61) was laid down as Bucareli Bay (ACV-61) under Maritime Commission contract by Kaiser Co. ... USS Manitowoc has been the name of two ships in the United States Navy. ... Three ships in the United States Navy have been named USS Manley for John Manley. ... The second USS Manley (DD-74/AG-28/APD-1), a Caldwell-class destroyer, served in the United States Navy. ... USS Manley, named for Captain John Manley (1773-1793), was a Forrest Sherman class destroyer built by the Bath Iron Works Corporation at Bath in Maine and launched by Mrs. ... USS (DD-733), an -class destroyer, is the only ship of the United States Navy to be named for Mannert Lincoln Abele, a World War II submarine commander who posthumously received the Navy Cross for his heroism in the Pacific Theater. ... USS (DD-733), an -class destroyer, is the only ship of the United States Navy to be named for Mannert Lincoln Abele, a World War II submarine commander who posthumously received the Navy Cross for his heroism in the Pacific Theater. ... USS Mansfield (DD-728), an -class destroyer, is the only ship of the United States Navy to be named for Sergeant Duncan Mansfield, a Marine who, in 1804, during the First Barbary War sailed with Lieutenant Stephen Decatur aboard the USS Intrepid on a covert mission to destroy the recently... USS Mansfield (DD-728), an -class destroyer, is the only ship of the United States Navy to be named for Sergeant Duncan Mansfield, a Marine who, in 1804, during the First Barbary War sailed with Lieutenant Stephen Decatur aboard the USS Intrepid on a covert mission to destroy the recently... USS Mapiro (SS-376), a Balao-class submarine, was a ship of the United States Navy named for the mapiro, a fish of the Gobioidea suborder occurring off the West Indies and the Atlantic coasts of Central America and Mexico. ... USS Mapiro (SS-376), a Balao-class submarine, was a ship of the United States Navy named for the mapiro, a fish of the Gobioidea suborder occurring off the West Indies and the Atlantic coasts of Central America and Mexico. ... Three ships of the United States Navy have been named USS Marblehead after the port of Marblehead, Massachusetts. ... The first USS Marblehead was a gunboat in the United States Navy during the American Civil War. ... The second USS Marblehead (C-11) was an unarmored cruiser in the United States Navy during the Spanish-American War and World War I. Marblehead was laid down in October 1890 by City Point Works, Boston, Massachusetts; launched 11 August 1892; sponsored by Mrs. ... The third USS Marblehead (CL‑12) was laid down on 4 August 1920 by William Cramp & Son, Philadelphia, Pa. ... USS Marcus (DD-321) was a Clemson-class destroyer in the United States Navy following World War I. She was named for Arnold Marcus. ... USS Marcus (DD-321) was a Clemson-class destroyer in the United States Navy following World War I. She was named for Arnold Marcus. ... USS Marcus Island (CVE-77) was laid down as Kanalku Bay under Maritime Commission contract by Kaiser Co. ... USS Marcus Island (CVE-77) was laid down as Kanalku Bay under Maritime Commission contract by Kaiser Co. ... USS (SSBN-658), a Benjamin Franklin-class ballistic missile submarine, was the only ship of the United States Navy to be named for Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo. ... USS (SSBN-658), a Benjamin Franklin-class ballistic missile submarine, was the only ship of the United States Navy to be named for Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo, a key proponent of California statehood. ... USS Marion was a sloop of war of the fourth rate in the United States Navy during the American Civil War Marion was launched at the Boston Navy Yard 24 April 1839. ... USS Marion was a sloop of war of the fourth rate in the United States Navy during the American Civil War Marion was launched at the Boston Navy Yard 24 April 1839. ... The third USS Mars (AFS‑1) was laid down by the National Steel & Shipbuilding Co. ... Marsh (DE-696) was named after Ensign Benjamin Raymond Marsh, Jr. ... Marsh (DE-696) was named after Ensign Benjamin Raymond Marsh, Jr. ... USS Marshall (DD-676) was a Fletcher-class destroyer of the United States Navy, named for Lieutenant Commander Thomas W. Marshall, Jr. ... USS Marshall (DD-676) was a Fletcher-class destroyer of the United States Navy, named for Lieutenant Commander Thomas W. Marshall, Jr. ... Four ships of the United States Navy have been named USS Maryland in honor of the seventh state. ... The first USS Maryland was a sloop in the United States Navy. ... The second USS Maryland (ACR-8), also referred to Armored Cruiser 8, and later renamed Frederick, was a United States Navy Pennsylvania-class armored cruiser. ... USS Maryland (BB-46), a Colorado-class battleship, was the third ship of the United States Navy to be named in honor of the seventh state. ... Categories: Stub | Ohio class submarines ... Three ships of the United States Navy have been named USS Mason, in honor of different people. ... The first USS Mason (DD-191) was a Clemson-class destroyer in the United States Navy during World War II. She was later transferred to the Royal Navy as HMS Broadwater (H-81). ... USS Mason (DDG-87) is an Arleigh Burke-class destroyer in the United States Navy. ... Seven ships of the United States Navy have been named USS Massachusetts in honor of the sixth state. ... The first USS Massachusetts was a wooden steamer in the United States Navy. ... The USS Passaconaway was a Kalamazoo-class double-turreted monitor, designed by Benjamin F. Delano. ... USS Massachusetts (BB-2), an Indiana-class battleship, was the fourth ship of the United States Navy to be named in honor of the sixth state. ... USS Massachusetts (BB-54) was a South Dakota-class battleship, the sixth United States Navy ship to be named in honor of the sixth state. ... USS Massachusetts (BB-59), a South Dakota-class battleship, was the seventh ship of the United States Navy to be named in honor of the sixth state. ... USS Massey (DD-778), an -class destroyer, is the only ship of the United States Navy to be named for Lieutenant Commander Lance Edward Massey, who was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross for “extraordinary achievement in aerial combat as leader of a group of nine torpedo planes in action against... USS Massey (DD-778), an -class destroyer, is the only ship of the United States Navy to be named for Lieutenant Commander Lance Edward Massey, who was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross for “extraordinary achievement in aerial combat as leader of a group of nine torpedo planes in action against... USS Matanikau (CVE-101) was laid down as Dolomoi Bay under Maritime Commission contract by Kaiser Co. ... USS Matanikau (CVE-101) was laid down as Dolomoi Bay under Maritime Commission contract by Kaiser Co. ... USS Mattabesett, sometimes spelled Mattabeset, a schooner-rigged, wooden hulled, double-ended sidewheel gunboat, was built by A. & G. T. Sampson, Boston, Massachusetts, and named for the Mattabesset River in Connecticut. ... USS Mattabesett, sometimes spelled Mattabeset, a schooner-rigged, wooden hulled, double-ended sidewheel gunboat, was built by A. & G. T. Sampson, Boston, Massachusetts, and named for the Mattabesset River in Connecticut. ... USS Mattabesett (also spelled Mattabesset) has been the name of two ships in the United States Navy: USS Mattabesett (1864), a schooner-rigged, wooden hulled, double-ended, sidewheel gunboat that served from 1864 until 1865. ... USS Mauna Kea (AE-22) was laid down at the Bethlehem-Sparrows Point Shipyard Inc. ... USS Mauna Kea (AE-22) was laid down at the Bethlehem-Sparrows Point Shipyard Inc. ... The second USS Mauna Loa (AE-8) was laid down by Tampa Shipbuilding Co. ... Three ships in the United States Navy have been named USS Maury. ... The first USS Maury (DD-100) was a Wickes-class destroyer in the United States Navy during World War I and the years following. ... The second USS Maury (DD-401) was a Gridley-class destroyer in the United States Navy. ... USS Mayflower has been the name of three ships in the United States Navy. ... USS Mayflower (PY-1) (later as USCG Mayflower (WPG-183)) was the second ship in the United States Navy to have that name. ... USS Mayo (DD-422) was a Benson-class destroyer in the United States Navy during World War II. She was named for Henry Thomas Mayo. ... USS Mayo (DD-422) was a Benson-class destroyer in the United States Navy during World War II. She was named for Henry Thomas Mayo. ... Two ships in the United States Navy have been named USS Mayrant for John Mayrant. ... The first USS Mayrant (DD-31) was a modified Paulding-class destroyer in the United States Navy during World War I. She was named for Captain John Mayrant. ... The second USS Mayrant (DD-402) was a Benham-class destroyer in the United States Navy. ...

Mc-Me

  • USS McAnn ()
  • USS McCaffery (DD-860)
  • USS McCall (DD-28, DD-400)
  • USS McCalla (DD-253, DD-488)
  • USS McCampbell (DDG-85)
  • USS McCandless (FFT-1084)
  • USS McCawley (DD-276, AP-10)
  • USS McClelland (DE-750)
  • USS McCloy (FF-1038)
  • USS McClure ()
  • USS McClusky (FFG-41)
  • USS McConnell (DE-163)
  • USS McCook (DD-252, DD-496)
  • USS McCord (DD-534)
  • USS McCormick (DD-223)
  • USS McCoy Reynolds ()
  • USS McCracken ()
  • USS McCulloch ()
  • USS McDermut (DD-262, DD-677)
  • USS McDougal (DD-54, DD-358)
  • USS McDougall (SP-3717)
  • USS McFarland (DD-237/AVD-14)
  • USS McFaul (DDG-74)
  • USS McGinty ()
  • USS McGowan (DD-678)
  • USS McInerney (FFG-8)
  • USS McKean (APD-5, DD-784)
  • USS McKee (, DD-575, AS-41)
  • USS McKeever Bros. (SP-683)
  • USS McLanahan (DD-264, DD-615)
  • USS McLane ()
  • USS McLennan ()
  • USS McMinnville ()
  • USS McMorris (DE-1036)
  • USS McNair (DD-679)
  • USS McNulty (DE-581)
  • USS Me-Too ()
  • USS Meade (DD-274, DD-602)
  • USS Meadowlark (MSC-196)
  • USS Measure ()
  • USS Mechanic ()
  • USS Mecklenburg ()
  • USS Mecosta ()
  • USS Medea ()
  • USS Media ()
  • USS Mediator ()
  • USS Medina ()
  • USS Medregal (SS-480)
  • USS Medrick (, )
  • USS Medusa (1869, AR-1)
  • USS Meeker County (LST-980)
  • USS Megara (ARVA-6)
  • USS Megrez ()
  • USS Mellena ()
  • USS Mellette (APA-156)
  • USS Melucta ()
  • USS Melville (AD-2, AGOR-14 (Operated by Scripps Institution of Oceanography)
  • USS Melvin (, DD-680)
  • USS Melvin R. Nawman (DE-416)
  • USS Memorable ()
  • USS Memphis (1849, 1862, CL-13, T-AO-162, SSN-691)
  • USS Menard ()
  • USS Menasha ()
  • USS Menatonon ()
  • USS Mender (ARSD-2)
  • USS Mendocino ()
  • USS Mendonca (AKR-303)
  • USS Mendota (, )
  • USS Menelaus ()
  • USS Menemsha ()
  • USS Menewa ()
  • USS Menges ()
  • USS Menhaden (, SS-377)
  • USS Menifee ()
  • USS Menkar ()
  • USS Menominee (, )
  • USS Menoquet ()
  • USS Mentor ()
  • USS Merak (, )
  • USS Merapi ()
  • USS Merauke ()
  • USS Mercedes ()
  • USS Mercedita (1861)
  • USS Mercer (, )
  • USS Merchant ()
  • USS Mercurius ()
  • USS Mercury (, , , , )
  • USS Mercy (AH-4, AH-8, T-AH-19)
  • USS Meredith (, , , DD-890)
  • USS Meredosia ()
  • USS Merganser (, )
  • USS Merit ()
  • USS Merito ()
  • USS Meriwether ()
  • USS Mero (SS-378)
  • USS Merrick (LKA-97)
  • USS Merrill (DE-392, DD-976)
  • USS Merrimac (1864, 1898)
  • USS Merrimack (1798, 1855, AO-37, AO-179)
  • USS Mertz (DD-691)
  • USS Mervine (DD-322, DD-489)
  • USS Mesa Verde (LPD-19)
  • USS Messenger ()
  • USS Metacom ()
  • USS Metacomet (1863)
  • USS Metcalf (DD-595)
  • USS Metea ()
  • USS Meteor (, AKR-9)
  • USS Metha Nelson ()
  • USS Method ()
  • USS Metinic ()
  • USS Metivier ()
  • USS Metomkin ()
  • USS Metropolis ()
  • USS Mettawee ()
  • USS Metuchen ()
  • USS Mexican ()
  • USS Mexico ()
  • USS Meyer (DD-279)
  • USS Meyerkord (FF-1058)

USS McCaffery (DD-860) (later DDE-860), named for Lieutenant Colonel Joseph P. McCaffery USMC (1906-1943) killed in action at Bougainville on 1 November 1943 and posthumously awarded the Navy Cross, was a Gearing class destroyer laid down by the Bethlehem Steel Corporation at San Pedro in California on... USS McCaffery (DD-860) (later DDE-860), named for Lieutenant Colonel Joseph P. McCaffery USMC (1906-1943) killed in action at Bougainville on 1 November 1943 and posthumously awarded the Navy Cross, was a Gearing class destroyer laid down by the Bethlehem Steel Corporation at San Pedro in California on... Two ships in the United States Navy have been named USS McCall for Edward McCall. ... The first USS McCall (DD-28) was a Paulding-class destroyer in the United States Navy during World War I and later in the United States Coast Guard, designated CC-14. ... The second USS McCall (DD-400) was a Gridley-class destroyer in the United States Navy. ... Two ships in the United States Navy have been named USS McCalla for Bowman H. McCalla. ... The first USS McCalla (DD-253) was a Clemson-class destroyer in the United States Navy. ... McCalla II DD-488: dp. ... Categories: Stub ... Categories: Stub ... Two ships in the United States Navy have been named USS McCawley for Colonel Charles McCawley. ... The first USS McCawley (DD-276) was a Clemson-class destroyer in the United States Navy following World War I. She was named for Colonel Charles McCawley. ... USS McCawley (AP-10/APA-4) was a McCawley class Troopship for the United States Navy which served in World War II. The ship was named for Colonel Charles McCawley. ... USS McClusky (FFG-41), an Oliver Hazard Perry-class frigate, is a ship of the United States Navy named for Rear Admiral C. Wade McClusky (1902–1976). ... USS McClusky (FFG-41), an Oliver Hazard Perry-class frigate, is a ship of the United States Navy named for Rear Admiral C. Wade McClusky (1902–1976). ... Two ships in the United States Navy have been named USS McCook for Roderick S. McCook. ... The first USS McCook (DD-252) was a Clemson-class destroyer in the United States Navy. ... McCook II (DD-496: dp. ... USS McCord (DD-534) was a World War II-era Fletcher-class destroyer in the service of the United States Navy, named after Commander Frank C. McCord. ... USS McCord (DD-534) was a World War II-era Fletcher-class destroyer in the service of the United States Navy, named after Commander Frank C. McCord. ... USS McCormick (DD-223/AG-118) was a Clemson-class destroyer in the United States Navy during World War II. She was named for Alexander McCormick. ... USS McCormick (DD-223/AG-118) was a Clemson-class destroyer in the United States Navy during World War II. She was named for Alexander McCormick. ... Two ships in the United States Navy have been named USS McDermot for David McDermut. ... The first USS McDermut (DD-262) was a Clemson-class destroyer in the United States Navy following World War I. She was named for David McDermut. ... USS McDermut (DD-677) was a Fletcher-class destroyer of the United States Navy, the second Navy ship named for Lieutenant Commander David A. McDermut. ... Two ships in the United States Navy have been named USS McDougal for David Stockton McDougal. ... The first USS McDougal (DD-54) was a OBrien-class destroyer in the United States Navy during World War I. McDougal served in the United States Coast Guard as CG-6. ... The second USS McDougal (DD-358/AG-126) was a Porter-class destroyer in the United States Navy. ... USS McFarland (DD-237/AVD-14) was a Clemson-class destroyer in the United States Navy during World War II. She was named for John McFarland. ... USS McFarland (DD-237/AVD-14) was a Clemson-class destroyer in the United States Navy during World War II. She was named for John McFarland. ... Categories: Stub ... Categories: Stub ... USS McGowan (DD-678) was a Fletcher-class destroyer of the United States Navy, named for Rear Admiral Samuel McGowan (1870–1934). ... USS McGowan (DD-678) was a Fletcher-class destroyer of the United States Navy, named for Rear Admiral Samuel McGowan (1870–1934). ... USS McInerney (FFG-8), second ship of the Oliver Hazard Perry class of guided-missile frigates, was named for Vice Admiral Francis X. McInerney (1899–1956). ... USS McInerney (FFG-8), second ship of the Oliver Hazard Perry class of guided-missile frigates, was named for Vice Admiral Francis X. McInerney (1899–1956). ... Two ships in the United States Navy have been named USS McKean, in honor of William McKean. ... The first USS McKean (DD-90) was a Wickes-class destroyer in the United States Navy during the World War II. She was named in honor of William Wister McKean. ... Three ships in the United States Navy have been named USS McKee, in honor of Hugh W. McKee. ... USS McKee (DD-575) was a Fletcher-class destroyer, the third ship of the United States Navy to be named for Lieutenant Hugh W. McKee. ... This article needs to be cleaned up to conform to a higher standard of quality. ... Two ships in the United States Navy have been named USS McLanahan for Tenant McLanahan. ... The first USS McLanahan (DD-264) was a Clemson-class destroyer in the United States Navy and transferred to the Royal Navy where she served as HMS Bradford (H72) during World War II. As USS McLanahan Named for Tenant McLanahan, McLanahan was laid down 20 April 1918 by the Bethlehem... USS McNair (DD-679) was a Fletcher-class destroyer of the United States Navy, named for Rear Admiral Frederick V. McNair, (1839–1900). ... USS McNair (DD-679) was a Fletcher-class destroyer of the United States Navy, named for Rear Admiral Frederick V. McNair, (1839–1900). ... Two ships in the United States Navy have been named USS Meade for Richard Worsam Meade and Robert Leamy Meade. ... The first USS Meade (DD-274) was a Clemson-class destroyer in the United States Navy and transferred to the Royal Navy as HMS Ramsey (G60). ... The second USS Meade (DD-602) was a Benson-class destroyer in the United States Navy during World War II. She was named for Richard Worsam Meade and Robert Leamy Meade. ... USS Medregal (SS-480), a Tench-class submarine, was the only ship of the United States Navy to be named for the medregal, a streamlined, fast-swimming, bluish-colored fish of the jack family which abounds in waters of the West Indies and in the Atlantic as far north as... USS Medregal (SS-480), a Tench-class submarine, was the only ship of the United States Navy to be named for the medregal, a streamlined, fast-swimming, bluish-colored fish of the jack family which abounds in waters of the West Indies and in the Atlantic as far north as... The first USS Nantucket was a Passaic-class coastal monitor in the United States Navy. ... USS Medusa (AR‑1) was laid down at the Navy Yard, Puget Sound, Wash. ... Research Vessel Melville (AGOR-14) is a boat operated by Scripps Institute of Oceanography used for oceanographic research. ... The Scripps Institution of Oceanography (sometimes referred to as SIO or just Scripps) in La Jolla, California is one of the oldest, largest, and most important centers for marine science research, graduate training, and public service in the world. ... The U.S. Navy has used two destroyers named USS Melvin: USS Melvin (DD-680) USS Melvin (DD-335) This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists pages that might otherwise share the same title. ... USS Melvin (DD-680), a Fletcher-class destroyer, was one of the two destroyers used by the U.S. Navy with the name USS Melvin. ... Six ships of the United States Navy (and one of the Confederate Navy) have been named Memphis in honor of Memphis, Tennessee (which was in turn named for Memphis, Egypt). ... See USS Memphis The second USS Memphis was a 7‑gun screw steamer, built by William Denny & Bros. ... USS Memphis (CL‑13) was laid down by William Cramp & Sons, Philadelphia, Pa. ... Tony owns References This article includes information collected from the Naval Vessel Register and various press releases. ... USS Menhaden (SS-377), a Balao-class submarine, was the first submarine and second ship of the United States Navy to be named for the menhaden, a marine fish of the herring family which, as the most abundant of fishes along the Atlantic coast, is found from New England waters... USS Mercedita was a wooden steamer that served in the United States Navy during the U.S. Civil War. ... USS Mercedita was a wooden steamer that served in the United States Navy during the U.S. Civil War. ... Three hospital ships of the United States Navy have borne the name USS Mercy, in honor of the virtue of compassion. ... The first USS Mercy (AH-4) was a hospital ship in the United States Navy during World War I. Mercy was built in 1907 as Saratoga by William Cramp and Sons, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, for the Ward Line, New York, New York. ... USS Mercy (AH-8) was a Comfort-class hospital ship laid down under Maritime Commission contract by Consolidated Steel Corporation at the Wilmington Yard, Wilmington, California, on 4 February 1943. ... The third USNS Mercy (T-AH-19) is a hospital ship in the United States Navy. ... Four United States Navy ships have borne the name Meredith, in honor of Jonathan Meredith, a Sergeant in the United States Marine Corps during the First Barbary War. ... USS Meredith, named for Sergeant Jonathan Meredith USMC (1772-1805) killed in action at Tripoli on 7 August 1805, was a Gearing class destroyer laid down by the Consolidated Steel Corporation at Orange, Texas on 27 January 1945, launched on 28 June 1945 by Miss Juliette S. Kepper, great-great... USS Mero (SS-378), a Balao-class submarine, was a ship of the United States Navy named for the mero, any of several large groupers or jewfishes found in warm ocean waters. ... USS Mero (SS-378), a Balao-class submarine, was a ship of the United States Navy named for the mero, any of several large groupers or jewfishes found in warm ocean waters. ... Two ships of the United States have been named USS Merrill: The first Merrill was a destroyer escort that served during World War II as a ship of the United States Coast Guard The second Merrill was a Spruance class destroyer that served from 1978 to 1998. ... USS Merrill, named for Rear Admiral Anson Stanton Merrill USN (1890-1961), was a Spruance class destroyer laid down by the Ingalls Shipbuilding Division of Litton Industries at Pascagoula in Mississippi. ... Two ships of the United States Navy have borne the name USS Merrimac, named in honor of the Merrimack River (also known as the Merrimac River), a river formed by the junction of Pemigewasset and Winnipesaukee Rivers at Franklin, New Hampshire. ... USS Merrimac was a sidewheel steamer in the United States Navy during the American Civil War. ... Three ships of the United States Navy have borne the name USS Merrimack, named in honor of the Merrimack River, a river formed by the junction of Pemigewasset and Winnipesaukee Rivers at Franklin, New Hampshire. ... The first USS Merrimack, was a ship launched by an Association of Newburyport Shipwrights and presented to the Navy in 1798. ... USS Merrimack was a screw frigate of the United States Navy, best known as the hulk upon which CSS Virginia was built during the American Civil War and then took part in the Battle of Hampton Roads (often called the Battle of the Monitor and the Merrimac). Merrimack was launched... The third USS Merrimack (AO-37), a fleet oiler, was acquired by the Navy in 1941; renamed and commissioned in 1942. ... The fourth USS Merrimack (AO-179), was an oiler launched in 1980. ... USS Mertz (DD-691) was a World War II-era Fletcher-class destroyer in the service of the United States Navy, named after Rear Admiral Albert Mertz. ... USS Mertz (DD-691) was a World War II-era Fletcher-class destroyer in the service of the United States Navy, named after Rear Admiral Albert Mertz. ... USS Mervine has been the name of two ships in the United States Navy, both of which are named for William Mervine. ... The first USS Mervine (DD-322) was a Clemson-class destroyer in the United States Navy following World War I. She was named for Rear Admiral William Mervine. ... USS Mervine (DD-489), a Gleaves-class destroyer, was the 2nd ship of the United States Navy to be named for Rear Admiral William Mervine, who served during the War of 1812, the Mexican-American War and the American Civil War. ... USS Mesa Verde (LPD-19), a San Antonio-class amphibious transport dock, is the first ship of the United States Navy to be named for Mesa Verde National Park in Colorado. ... USS Mesa Verde (LPD-19), a San Antonio-class amphibious transport dock, is the first ship of the United States Navy to be named for Mesa Verde National Park in Colorado. ... One ship in the United States Navy was named USS Metacomet, named for Metacomet, second son of Massasoit, known in English as Philip of Pokanocket, or King Philip. ... The second USS Metacomet was a wooden side-wheel steamer in the United States Navy during the mid 1800s. ... USS Metcalf (DD-595), a Fletcher-class destroyer, was a ship of the United States Navy named for Boatswains Mate James Metcalf, who served on the schooner Enterprise during the First Barbary War. ... USS Metcalf (DD-595), a Fletcher-class destroyer, was a ship of the United States Navy named for Boatswains Mate James Metcalf, who served on the schooner Enterprise during the First Barbary War. ... USS Meyer (DD-279) was a Clemson-class destroyer in the United States Navy following World War I. She was named for George von Lengerke Meyer. ... USS Meyer (DD-279) was a Clemson-class destroyer in the United States Navy following World War I. She was named for George von Lengerke Meyer. ...

Mi

  • USS Miami (1861, CL-89, SSN-755)
  • USS Miantonomah (CMc-5, ACM-13)
  • USS Miantonomoh (1863, BM-5)
  • USS Michelson (AGS-23)
  • USS Michigame ()
  • USS Michigan (1843, BB-27, SSBN-727)
  • USS Micka ()
  • USS Midas (ARB-5)
  • USS Middlesex ()
  • USS Middlesex County (LST-983)
  • USS Midge ()
  • USS Midland ()
  • USS Midnight ()
  • USS Midway (AG-41, CVE-63, CVB-41)
  • USS Mifflin ()
  • USS Migadan ()
  • USS Might ()
  • USS Mignonette ()
  • USS Migrant ()
  • USS Mikanopy ()
  • USS Mikawe ()
  • USS Milan ()
  • USS Milford ()
  • USS Milius (DDG-69)
  • USS Millard County (LST-)
  • USS Milledgeville (, )
  • USS Miller (DD-535, FF-1091)
  • USS Millicoma (AOT-73)
  • USS Mills (DER-383)
  • USS Milton Lewis ()
  • USS Milwaukee (1864, C-21, CL-5, AOR-2)
  • USS Mimac ()
  • USS Mimosa ()
  • USS Minah ()
  • USS Mindanao (, )
  • USS Minden ()
  • USS Mindoro (1899, YAG-15, CVE-120)
  • USS Mineral County (LST-)
  • USS Minerva ()
  • USS Mingo (, )
  • USS Mingoe ()
  • USS Minidoka ()
  • USS Minivet (, )
  • USS Mink ()
  • USS Minneapolis (C-13, CA-36)
  • USS Minneapolis-Saint Paul (SSN-708)
  • USS Minnehaha ()
  • USS Minnemac II ()
  • USS Minneopa ()
  • USS Minnesota (1855, BB-22)
  • USS Minnesotan ()
  • USS Minnetonka ()
  • USS Minniska ()
  • USS Minooka ()
  • USS Minorca ()
  • USS Minos ()
  • USS Minotaur (ARL-15)
  • USS Mintaka ()
  • USS Mira ()
  • USS Miramar ()
  • USS Mirfak (AK-271)
  • USS Mirna ()
  • USS Mirth ()
  • USS Mishawaka ()
  • USS Mispillion (AO-105)
  • USS Miss Anne II ()
  • USS Miss Betsy ()
  • USS Miss Toledo ()
  • USS Mission Bay (CVE-59)
  • USS Mission Buenaventura (AO-111, AOT-1012)
  • USS Mission Capistrano (AOT-5005)
  • USS Mission Carmel ()
  • USS Mission De Pala ()
  • USS Mission Dolores ()
  • USS Mission Loreto ()
  • USS Mission Los Angeles ()
  • USS Mission Purisma (AO-118)
  • USS Mission San Antonio ()
  • USS Mission San Carlos ()
  • USS Mission San Diego ()
  • USS Mission San Fernando ()
  • USS Mission San Francisco ()
  • USS Mission San Gabriel ()
  • USS Mission San Juan ()
  • USS Mission San Jose (AO-125)
  • USS Mission San Luis Obispo ()
  • USS Mission San Luis Rey ()
  • USS Mission San Miguel ()
  • USS Mission San Raphael ()
  • USS Mission Santa Ana ()
  • USS Mission Santa Barbara ()
  • USS Mission Santa Clara (AO-132)
  • USS Mission Santa Cruz ()
  • USS Mission Santa Ynez (AOT-134)
  • USS Mission Solano ()
  • USS Mission Soledad ()
  • USS Mississinewa (AO-59, AO-144)
  • USS Mississippi (, , )
  • USS Mississippi (1841, BB-23, BB-41, CGN-40, AG-128)
  • USS Missoula (CA-13, APA-211)
  • USS Missouri (1841, 1863, BB-11, BB-63 – last US battleship built)
  • USS Mist (, )
  • USS Mistletoe (, , )
  • USS Mitchell (DE-43)
  • USS Mitscher (DD-927, DDG-57)
  • USS Mizar (, AGOR-11)
  • USS Mizpah ()

Three vessels of the United States Navy have been named USS Miami, after the city of Miami, Florida. ... A 9 Dahlgren smoothbore cannon on the deck of USS Miami (Photograph by Mathew Brady) Crew of the USS Miami, circa 1864 For other ships named Miami, see USS Miami The first USS Miami to serve in the United States Navy, a side-wheel, double-ender gunboat, was launched by... The second USS Miami (CL‑89) was laid down 2 August 1941 by Cramp Shipbuilding Co. ... USS Miami (SSN-755), a Los Angeles-class submarine, was the third ship of the United States Navy to be named for Miami, Florida. ... Two ships in the United States Navy have been named USS Miantonomah for a leader of the Narragansett tribe, and nephew of the noted Narrangansett chief, Canonicus. ... Two ships in the United States Navy have been named USS Miantonomoh for a leader of the Narragansett tribe, and nephew of the noted Narrangansett chief, Canonicus. ... The first USS Miantonomoh was a double-turreted, twin-screw, wooden-hulled, ironclad monitor in the United States Navy following the American Civil War. ... The second USS Miantonomoh, an iron‑hulled, twin‑screw, double‑turreted monitor, was laid down by John Roach & Son, Chester, Pennsylvania, in 1874; launched 5 December 1876; and commissioned in an uncompleted condition 6 October 1882, Commander Francis J. Higginson in command. ... Three ships of the United States Navy have been named USS Michigan in honor of the U.S. state of Michigan. ... USS Michigan was the United States Navy’s first iron-hulled warship and served during the American Civil War. ... USS Michigan (BB-27), a South Carolina class battleship, was the second ship of the United States Navy to be named in honor of the 26th state. ... USS Michigan (SSBN/SSGN-727) is the second Ohio-class Nuclear Powered Fleet Ballistic Missile Submarine in the United States Navy. ... Three ships of the United States Navy have been named USS Midway, the first after Midway Atoll, the second and third in memory of the Battle of Midway. ... USS (CVE‑63) was laid down as Chapin Bay 23 January 1943; renamed Midway 3 April 1943; launched 17 August 1943; sponsored by Mrs. ... The third USS Midway (CVB-41), later CVA-41 and CV-41, was an aircraft carrier of the United States Navy, the lead ship of her class, and the first to be commissioned after the end of World War II. Active in the Vietnam War, as of 2004 she is... USS Milan (YP‑6) was built in 1925 at Kingston, N.Y., served in the U.S. Coast Guard as Onandago (WCG 209) until transferred to the Navy and placed in service 11 December 1933. ... Categories: Stub ... Categories: Stub ... USS Milledgeville has been the name of three ships in the United States Navy. ... Two ships of the United States Navy have borne the name USS Miller. ... USS Miller (DD-535) was a World War II-era Fletcher-class destroyer in the service of the United States Navy, named after Congressional Medal of Honor winner Acting Masters Mate James Miller. ... USS Miller (FF-1091), originally (DE-1091) was a Knox class frigate of destroyer escorts in the United States Navy. ... Four ships in the United States Navy have been named USS Milwaukee for the city in Wisconsin. ... The first USS Milwaukee, a double turreted river monitor, was launched by James B. Eads at Carondelet, MO, 4 February 1864; and commissioned at Mound City, IL, 27 August 1864, Acting Volunteer Lieutenant James W. Magune in command. ... The second USS Milwaukee (C-21) was a -class cruiser in the United States Navy. ... The third USS Milwaukee (CL‑5) was laid down 13 December 1918 by Seattle Construction & Dry Dock Co. ... Three vessels of the United States Navy have been named USS Mindoro, the first as a name retained, and the other two after the island of Mindoro in the Philippines. ... USS Mindoro (CVE-120) was laid down by Todd-Pacific Shipyards, Inc. ... Two ships of the United States Navy have been named USS Minneapolis, after the city of Minneapolis, Minnesota. ... The first USS Minneapolis (CA-17, ex-C-13) was a cruiser in the United States Navy. ... The second USS Minneapolis (CA‑36) was laid down 27 June 1921 by Philadelphia Navy Yard; launched 6 September 1933; sponsored by Miss Grace L. Newton; and commissioned 19 May 1934, Capt. ... USS One US Navy ship has been named for Minneapolis-Saint Paul, Minnesota: a Los Angeles class submarine, hull number SSN-708. ... USS Minneapolis–Saint Paul (SSN-708), a Los Angeles-class submarine, was the first vessel of the United States Navy to be named for the metropolitan area of Minneapolis-Saint Paul, Minnesota, although each city had been honored twice before. ... Two ships of the United States Navy have been named USS Minnesota in honor of the 32nd state and the river which shares its name. ... USS Minnesota, a sailing/steam frigate, was launched in 1855 at the Washington Navy Yard and commissioned eighteen months later. ... USS Minnesota (BB-22), a Connecticut-class battleship, was the second ship of the United States Navy in honor of the 32nd state. ... USS Mission Bay (CVE-59) was a US Navy Casablanca class escort carrier. ... USS Mission Bay (CVE-59) was a US Navy Casablanca class escort carrier. ... Two oilers of the United States Navy have been named USS Mississinewa, after the Mississinewa River of Indiana. ... The USS Mississinewa (AO-59) was a T3-S2-A3 Auxiliary Oiler of the United States Navy, commissioned on May 18, 1944 and used to refuel ships during World War II in the South Pacific. ... Four ships of the United States Navy have been named USS Mississippi in honor of the 20th state. ... Four ships of the United States Navy have been named USS Mississippi in honor of the 20th state. ... USS Mississippi, a sidewheel steamer, was the first ship of the United States Navy bear that name. ... USS Mississippi (Battleship No. ... USS Mississippi (BB-41/AG-128), a New Mexico-class battleship, was the third ship of the United States Navy named in honor of the 20th state. ... USS Mississippi (CGN-40) was a Virginia class nuclear powered guided missile armed cruiser laid down by the Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry-dock Corporation at Newport News in Virginia on 22 February 1975, launched on 31 July 1976 and commissioned on 5 August 1978. ... Two ships of the United States Navy have been named USS Missoula, the first after Missoula, Montana, and the second after Missoula County, Montana. ... The first USS Montana (ACR-13), also referred to as Armored Cruiser No. ... Three ships of the United States Navy (and one of the Confederate Navy) have borne the name USS Missouri in honor of the 24th state. ... USS Missouri (BB-11), a Maine-class battleship, was the third ship of the United States Navy to be named in honor of the 24th state. ... Radars: AN/SPS-49 Air Search Radar AN/SPS-67 Surface Search Radar Fire control: 4 × Mk 37 Gun Fire Control 2 × Mk 38 Gun Director 1 × Mk 40 Gun Director EW: AN/SLQ-32 Other: AN/SLQ-25 NIXIE Decoy System 8 × Super Rapid Bloom Rocket Launchers (SRBOC) Armor... Two ships named USS Mitscher are in honor of Marc Mitscher. ... USS Mitscher (DD-927), named for Admiral Marc Andrew “Pete” Mitscher USN (1887-1947), was a Mitscher class destroyer of the United States Navy laid down by the Bath Iron Works Corporation at Bath in Maine on 3 October 1949, reclassified as a destroyer leader and designated DL-2 on... USS Mitscher (DDG 57) became the second U.S. Navy warship named to honor Admiral Marc A. Mitscher (1887-1947), famed naval aviator and World War II aircraft carrier task group commander. ... T-AK-272 USNS Mizar II was a vessel of the United States Navy. ...

Mo

  • USS Moale (DD-693)
  • USS Moana Wave (AGOR-22)
  • USS Moanahonga ()
  • USS Moberly (PF-63)
  • USS Mobile (, , CL-63, LKA-115)
  • USS Mobile Bay (CG-53)
  • USS Mobjack ()
  • USS Moccasin (, , SS-5)
  • USS Mockingbird (, MSCO-27)
  • USS Moctobi (ATF-105)
  • USS Modoc (, )
  • USS Moffett (DD-362)
  • USS Mohave (, )
  • USS Mohawk (, , , , ATF-170)
  • USS Mohican (, , )
  • USS Mohongo ()
  • USS Moinester (FFT-1097)
  • USS Molala (ATF-106)
  • USS Moldegaard ()
  • USS Momo ()
  • USS Momsen (DDG-92)
  • USS Mona II ()
  • USS Mona Island ()
  • USS Monadnock (1864, BM-3, ACM-10)
  • USS Monaghan (DD-32, DD-354)
  • USS Monarch ()
  • USS Mongolia ()
  • USS Monhegan ()
  • USS Monitor (1862 — first US ironclad warship, LSV-5)
  • USS Monmouth County (LST-1032)
  • USS Monocacy (1864, PG-20/PR-2)
  • USS Monomoy ()
  • USS Monongahela (AO-42, AO-178)
  • USS Monroe County (LST-1038)
  • USS Monrovia ()
  • USS Monsoon (PC-4)
  • USS Monssen (, DD-798)
  • USS Montague ()
  • USS Montana (ACR-13, BB-51, BB-67)
  • USS Montanan ()
  • USS Montauk (1862, , , )
  • USS Montcalm ()
  • USS Montclair ()
  • USS Monterey (1863, BM-6, CVL-26, CG-61)
  • USS Montezuma (1798, 1861, YTB-145)
  • USS Montgomery (1776, 1813, 1861, C-9, DD-121)
  • USS Montgomery County (LST-1041)
  • USS Monticello (1859, AP-61, LSD-35)
  • USS Montoso ()
  • USS Montour (APA-101)
  • USS Montpelier (CL-57, SSN-765)
  • USS Montrose ()
  • USS Moodna ()
  • USS Moody (DD-277)
  • USS Moonstone ()
  • USS Moore (DE-240)
  • USS Moorsom ()
  • USS Moosbrugger (DD-980)
  • USS Moose (, )
  • USS Moosehead (SP-2047, IX-98)
  • USS Moratoc ()
  • USS Moray (SS-300)
  • USS Moreno ()
  • USS Morgan County (LST-1048)
  • USS Morning Light ()
  • USS Morrill ()
  • USS Morris (1778, 1779, 1846 (I), 1846 (II), TB-14, DD-271, DD-417, PC-1179)
  • USS Morrison (DD-560)
  • USS Morristown ()
  • USS Morse ()
  • USS Morton (DD-948)
  • USS Mosholu ()
  • USS Mosley (DE-321)
  • USS Mosopelea (ATF-158)
  • USS Mosquito (, )
  • USS Mosser Bay ()
  • USS Motive ()
  • USS Mound City ()
  • USS Mounsey ()
  • USS Mount Baker (AE-34)
  • USS Mount Hood (, AE-29)
  • USS Mount Katmai (AE-16)
  • USS Mount McKinley (LCC-7)
  • USS Mount Olympus ()
  • USS Mount Shasta ()
  • USS Mount Vernon (1859, 1906, AP-22, LSD-39)
  • USS Mount Washington (AOT-5076)
  • USS Mount Whitney (LCC-20)
  • USS Mountrail (LPA-213)

USS Moale (DD-693) was the second -class destroyer of the United States Navy. ... USS Moale (DD-693) was the second -class destroyer of the United States Navy. ... USS Moberly (PF-63), a Tacoma-class frigate, was the only ship of the United States Navy to be named for Moberly, Missouri. ... USS Moberly (PF-63), a Tacoma-class frigate, was the only ship of the United States Navy to be named for Moberly, Missouri. ... The third USS Mobile (CL‑63) was laid down 14 April 1941 by Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co. ... Categories: Stub | Ticonderoga class cruisers ... Categories: Stub | Ticonderoga class cruisers ... The second USS Moccasin (SS-5) was a Plunger-class submarine that was later renamed A-4. ... The second USS Moccasin (SS-5) was a Plunger-class submarine that was later renamed A-4. ... USS Moffett (DD-362) was a Porter-class destroyer in the United States Navy. ... USS Moffett (DD-362) was a Porter-class destroyer in the United States Navy. ... Three ships in the United States Navy have been named USS Mohican named for the Mohican tribe. ... USS Momsen (DDG-92) is an Arleigh Burke-class destroyer in the United States Navy, actively serving as of 2004. ... USS Momsen (DDG-92) is an Arleigh Burke-class destroyer in the United States Navy, actively serving as of 2005. ... Three warships of the United States Navy have borne the name USS Monadnock, named after Mount Monadnock a mountain of 3,165 feet in southern New Hampshire close to the border of Massachusetts. ... The first USS Monadnock, a twin‑screw, wooden‑hull, double-turreted, ironclad monitor was laid down at the Boston Navy Yard, Charlestown, MA, in 1862; launched 23 March 1863; and commissioned at the Boston Navy Yard 4 October 1864, Captain John M. Berrien in command. ... The second USS Monadnock was an iron‑hulled, twin‑screw, double‑turreted monitor in the United States Navy. ... Two ships in the United States Navy have been named USS Monaghan for John R. Monaghan. ... The first USS Monaghan (DD-32) was a modified Paulding-class destroyer in the United States Navy during World War I and later in the United States Coast Guard, designated (CG-15). ... USS Monaghan (DD-354) was the last ship built of the Farragut class destroyers. ... Two ships of the United States Navy have been named USS Monitor. ... USS Monitor was an ironclad warship of the United States Navy. ... Several ships in the United States Navy have been named USS Monocacy for the Battle of Monocacy. ... The first USS Monocacy was a sidewheel gunboat in the United States Navy. ... Two ships in the United States Navy have been named USS Monongahela, for the river that flows north from Fairmont, West Virginia. ... USS Monssen has been the name of two destroyers in the United States Navy. ... USS Monssen (DD-798) was a Fletcher-class destroyer of the United States Navy, the second Navy ship named for Lieutenant Mons Monssen (1867–1930), who was awarded the Medal of Honor for putting out a fire in a magazine on Missouri (BB-11). ... Three ships of the United States Navy have been named USS Montana in honor of the 41st state. ... The first USS Montana (ACR-13), also referred to as Armored Cruiser No. ... USS Montana (BB-51) was scrapped prior to completion. ... USS Montana (BB-67) was to be the lead ship of her class of battleships in the United States Navy. ... Four ships in the United States Navy have been named USS Montauk for a town in New York. ... The first USS Montauk was a single-turreted monitor in the United States Navy during the American Civil War. ... Four ships of the United States Navy have been named USS Monterey, after the Battle of Monterey in the Mexican-American War. ... The second USS Monterey (BM‑6) was Monterey-class monitor. ... The USS Monterey (CVL-26) was an Independence-class light aircraft carrier of the United States Navy, in service during World War II and used in training for several years thereafter. ... USS Monterey (CG-61) is a Ticonderoga-class cruiser in the United States Navy. ... The first USS Montezuma was a ship in the United States Navy during the Quasi-War with France. ... Five ships of the United States Navy have been named USS Montgomery, the first four after the Revolutionary War general Richard Montgomery, and the fifth after Admiral John B. Montgomery (though sometimes said to be after Richard Montgomery also). ... The third USS Montgomery was a wooden screw steamer in the United States Navy during the American Civil War. ... The fourth USS Montgomery (C-9) was a cruiser in the United States Navy during the Spanish-American War. ... The fifth USS Montgomery (DD–121) was a Wickes class destroyer in the United States Navy during the World War I, later reclassified DM-17. ... Three ships in the United States Navy have been named USS Monticello for the home of Thomas Jefferson. ... The first USS Monticello was a wooden screw-steamer in the United States Navy during the American Civil War. ... USS Monticello (LSD-35) was a Thomaston-class dock landing ship, the third ship of the United States Navy to be named for Monticello, Thomas Jeffersons home in Virginia. ... Three vessels of the United States Navy have been named USS Montpelier, after the city of Montpelier, Vermont. ... USS Montpelier (CL-57), a Cleveland-class light cruiser, was the second ship of the United States Navy named after the city of Montpelier, the capital of Vermont. ... USS Montpelier (SSN-765), a Los Angeles-class submarine, was the third ship of the United States Navy to be named for Montpelier, Vermont. ... USS Moody (DD-277) was a Clemson-class destroyer in the United States Navy following World War I. She was named for Justice William Henry Moody. ... USS Moody (DD-277) was a Clemson-class destroyer in the United States Navy following World War I. She was named for Justice William Henry Moody. ... USS Moosbrugger, named for Vice Admiral Frederick Moosbrugger USN, was a Spruance class destroyer built by the Ingalls Shipbuilding Division of Litton Industries at Pascagoula in Mississippi. ... USS Moosbrugger (DD-980), named for Vice Admiral Frederick Moosbrugger USN, was a Spruance class destroyer built by the Ingalls Shipbuilding Division of Litton Industries at Pascagoula in Mississippi. ... Two ships in the United States Navy have been named USS Moosehead. ... The first USS Turner (DD-259) was a Clemson-class destroyer in the United States Navy. ... USS Moray (SS-300), a Balao-class submarine, was a ship of the United States Navy named for the moray, a family of savagely voracious and brightly colored eels found in crevices of coral reefs between Pensacola and Rio de Janeiro. ... USS Moray (SS-300), a Balao-class submarine, was a ship of the United States Navy named for the moray, a family of savagely voracious and brightly colored eels found in crevices of coral reefs between Pensacola and Rio de Janeiro. ... Several ships in the United States Navy have been named USS Morris for Robert Morris and Charles Morris. ... The sixth USS Morris (DD-271) was a Clemson-class destroyer in the United States Navy. ... USS Morris (DD-417), a World War II-era Sims-class destroyer in the service of the United States Navy, was named after Commodore Charles Morris. ... USS Morrison (DD-560), a Fletcher-class destroyer, was a ship of the United States Navy, named for Coxswain John G. Morrison (1838–1897), who received the Medal of Honor for exceptional bravery during the Civil War. ... USS Morrison (DD-560), a Fletcher-class destroyer, was a ship of the United States Navy to be named for Coxswain John G. Morrison (1838–1897), who received the Medal of Honor for exceptional bravery during the Civil War. ... USS Morton (DD-948) was a Forrest Sherman-class destroyer of the United States Navy, named for Commander Dudley Mush Morton USN (1907–1943), commanding officer of Wahoo (SS-238) during World War II. Morton was laid down 4 March 1957, by Ingalls Shipbuilding Corp. ... There were two ships of the United States Navy named USS Mount Hood, after Mount Hood, a volcanic peak in the Cascade Range in Oregon, USA: USS Mount Hood (AE-11) was an ammunition ship in service during World War II in the Pacific Ocean. ... The second USS Mount Hood (AE-29) was laid down 8 May 1967 by Bethlehem Steel Corp. ... USS Mount Katmai (AE-16) was laid down 11 November 1944 by North Carolina Shipbuilding Co. ... This article or section contains information that has not been verified and thus might not be reliable. ... Several ships in the United States Navy have been named USS Mount Vernon for Mount Vernon, the home of George Washington. ... The first USS Mount Vernon was a wooden-screw steamer in the United States Navy. ... The USS Mount Whitney (LCC-20), a Blue Ridge class command ship, is on her way to become the flagship of the United States Navys 6th Fleet after serving for years as 2nd Fleets command ship. ... USS Mount Whitney (LCC-20), a Blue Ridge class command ship, is the flagship of the United States Navys 6th Fleet. ...

Mu-My

  • USS Mugford (DD-105, DD-389)
  • USS Muir (DE-770)
  • USS Muir Woods (AO-139)
  • USS Mulberry (ANL-27)
  • USS Muliphen (LKA-61)
  • USS Mullany (DD-325, DD-528)
  • USS Mullinnix (DD-944)
  • USS Munaires (1918)
  • USS Munalbro (1916)
  • USS Munargo (AP-20)
  • USS Munda (CVE-104)
  • USS Mundelta (1914)
  • USS Munindies (1917)
  • USS Munising (PC-1228)
  • USS Munplace (1916)
  • USS Munrio (1916)
  • USS Munsee (ATF-107)
  • USS Munsomo (1916)
  • USS Munvood (1914)
  • USS Murphy (DD-603)
  • USS Murray (SP-1438, DD-97, DD-576)
  • USS Murrelet (AM-372)
  • USS Murzim (AK-95)
  • USS Musadora (1864)
  • USS Muscatine (1917, AK-197)
  • USS Muscle Shoals (AGM-19)
  • USS Muscotah (YT-33)
  • USS Music (SP-1288)
  • USS Muskallunge (SS-262)
  • USS Muskeget (YAG-9)
  • USS Muskegon (PF-24, YTB-763)
  • USS Muskingum (AK-198)
  • USS Muskogee (PF-49)
  • USS Mustang (SP-36, IX-155)
  • USS Mustin (DD-413, DDG-89)
  • USS Myers (APD-105)
  • USS Myles C. Fox (DD-829)
  • USS Myrmidon (ARL-16)
  • USS Myrtle (1862, 1872, SP-3289, WAGL-263)
  • USS Mystery (SP-428, SP-2744)

USS Mugford has been the name of two ships in the United States Navy. ... The first USS Mugford (DD-105) was a Wickes-class destroyer in the United States Navy during World War I. She was named for James Mugford. ... External links History of Mugford Navy Photos of Mugford (DD-389) Report of Pearl Harbor Attack Categories: Bagley class destroyers | World War II ships ... Two ships of the United States Navy have borne the name USS Mullany, in honor of Rear Admiral Robert M. Mullany (1818–1887), a veteran of the American Civil War. ... The first USS Mullany (DD-325) was a Clemson-class destroyer in the United States Navy following World War I. She was named for Robert Madison Mullany. ... USS Mullany (DD-528), a Fletcher-class destroyer, was the second ship of the United States Navy to be named for Rear Admiral Robert M. Mullany (1818–1887). ... USS Mullinix (DD-944) was a Forrest Sherman-class destroyer of the United States Navy. ... USS Mullinix (DD-944) was a Forrest Sherman-class destroyer of the United States Navy. ... The USS Munda (CVE-104) was a United States Navy Casablanca-class escort aircraft carrier. ... The USS Munda (CVE-104) was a United States Navy Casablanca-class escort aircraft carrier. ... USS Munsee (AT-107) was laid down 20 August 1942 by the United Engineering & Drydock Co. ... USS Munsee (AT-107) was laid down 20 August 1942 by the United Engineering & Drydock Co. ... USS Murphy (DD-603) was a Benson-class destroyer in the United States Navy during World War II. She was named for John McLeod Murphy. ... USS Murphy (DD-603) was a Benson-class destroyer in the United States Navy during World War II. She was named for John McLeod Murphy. ... Three ships of the United States Navy have been named USS Murray. ... The second USS Murray (DD-97) was a Wickes-class destroyer in the United States Navy during World War I. She was named for Alexander Murray and Captain Murrays grandson, Alexander Murray. ... USS Murray (DD/DDE-576) was a Fletcher-class destroyer in the United States Navy during World War II. World War II Service The third Murray (DD-576) was laid down March 16, 1942 by Consolidated Steel Corp. ... The USS Murzim (AK-95) was an ammo station ship working in the Pacific Ocean during World War II. The auxiliary ship Murzim was manned by US Coast Guard personnel, and was instrumental in supplying scores of ships with a variety of ammunition. ... The USS Murzim (AK-95) was an ammo station ship working in the Pacific Ocean during World War II. The auxiliary ship Murzim was manned by US Coast Guard personnel, and was instrumental in supplying scores of ships with a variety of ammunition. ... USS Muskallunge (SS-262), a Gato-class submarine, was a ship of the United States Navy named for the muskallunge, a fish of the pike family found in the upper Mississippi Valley, the Great Lakes region, and northward. ... USS Muskallunge (SS-262), a Gato-class submarine, was a ship of the United States Navy named for the muskallunge, a fish of the pike family found in the upper Mississippi Valley, the Great Lakes region, and northward. ... USS Muskegon (PF-24), a Tacoma-class frigate, was the 1st ship of the United States Navy to be named for Muskegon, Michigan. ... Two ships of the United States Navy have borne the name USS Mustin in honor of the Mustin family who have recorded a rich and honorable tradition of naval service. ... USS Mustin (DD-413) was a Sims-class destroyer of the United States Navy, the first Navy ship of that name, in honor of Captain Henry C. Mustin (1874-1923), a pioneer of naval aviation. ... The second USS Mustin (DDG-89) is an Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer named in honor of the Mustin family. ... USS (DD-829) was a Gearing-class destroyer in the United States Navy during World War II and the years following. ... USS (DD-829) was a Gearing-class destroyer in the United States Navy during World War II and the years following. ...

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