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USS Bull

Two ships of the United States Navy have been assigned the name Bull, in honor of Lieutenant (junior grade) Richard Bull (1914–1942).

  • USS Bull (DE-693), a Buckley-class destroyer escort, launched in March 1943 and struck in 1966. She was sold to the Republic of China where she served as the ROCS Lu Shan (PF-36), until she was scrapped in 1995.

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