USS Goshawk (AM-42)

Several ships of the United States Navy have been named USS Goshawk, after the goshawk, a large, short-winged hawk.

  • USS Goshawk (AM-2) was authorized for construction on 6 October 1917, but construction was canceled in 1918
  • USS Goshawk (AM-42) was not built as construction was canceled 4 December 1918
  • USS Goshawk (AM-79) which was acquired by the US Navy 3 September 1940 and later reclassified (AMc-4)
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