US Navy Ships

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USS Jason Dunham at sea.

U.S. 5TH FLEET AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY (Oct. 25, 2012) The guided-missile destroyer USS Jason Dunham (DDG 109) operates in the U.S. 5th Fleet area of responsibility. Jason Dunham is deployed to the U.S. 5th Fleet area of responsibility conducting maritime security operations, theater security cooperation efforts and support missions for Operation Enduring Freedom. America’s Sailors are Warfighters, a fast and flexible force deployed worldwide. Join the conversation on social media using…

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Website with searchable ship database about warships, passenger liners, merchant ships, photo galleries, technical details, stories, news and much more.

Great picture of the corvette NRP ANTONIO ENES off the port of Horta, kindly sent by Luís Silva

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The USS Enterprise: 1775-2012 (Part 2)

Enterprise VII World War II--Before the War The seventh USS Enterprise (CV-6), also called the “Big E,” was launched from the dry-docks on October 3rd , 1936. The ship had a displacement of 19,800 tons as built, over 25,000 tons with a full load. Its length at the waterline was 230 meters. Total length was 251.38 meters. The aircraft carrier was commissioned in 1938, cruised to Rio de Jeneiro, and then toured the Caribbean. In 1939, the USS Enterprise was ordered to the Pacific. She was…

Georgia in Maine: 1904 high-resolution photo

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US Navy Looking To Arm Its Logistics Ships With Missiles And Commandos

Under budgetary pressure, the Navy is putting forward an incredibly logical concept called "Distributed Lethality," under which it could add more weapons and combat capabilities to existing combat ships, as well as to ones that have never had any offensive capabilities at all.