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USS

abbr.
1. United States Senate
2. United States ship

USS

abbreviation for
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) United States Senate
2. (Nautical Terms) United States Ship

USS

or U.S.S.,

1. United States Senate.
2. United States Service.
3. United States Ship.
4. United States Steamer.
5. United States Steamship.
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A Surface Warfare Officer, he is a "plankowner" (member of the original crew) of the San Antonio Class amphibious transport dock, the USS Arlington.
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Named the San Antonio class (the first ship of this class is named the USS San Antonio), these ships are meant to replace four classes of older amphibious ships.
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