Uss america

USS America may refer to:

  • USS America (1782), a 74-gun ship of the line, laid down in 1777, but not launched until 1782 and thereupon given to France.
  • USS America (ID-3006), originally the German ocean liner SS Amerika, seized by the United States during World War I and used as a troop transport.
  • USS America (CV-66), a Template:Sclass- commissioned in 1965 and decommissioned in 1996.
  • USS America (LHA-6), an Template:Sclass- awarded for construction in June 2007 with an expected commissioning date in 2013.

See also

  • American, part of the Civil War "Stone Fleet" deliberately sunk to block the harbor in Charleston, S.C.; sometimes referenced in error as the USS America.[1]
  • SS America, various merchantmen
  • HMS America, various ships of the Royal Navy
  • Cunard America-class PS oceanliners
    • RMS America


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