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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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Whereas the USS Jacksonville (SSN 699) is named after Jacksonville, the largest and most populous city in Florida, and is the first ship to bear that name; Whereas the slogan of the city of Jacksonville, Florida, is The Bold New City of the South and inspired the nickname of the USS Jacksonville, which is The Bold One; Whereas, on August 10, 2017, the USS Jacksonville returned to the home port of the USS Jacksonville at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam in the Western Pacific after 209 days out to sea, thus completing the 15th and final deployment of the USS Jacksonville.
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He was 23 and manning a forward gun turret on the USS Oklahoma the morning 429 sailors on his battleship died 65 years ago.
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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On February 6, [is greater than] 60 crew members reported to the USS Arkansas medical department with respiratory symptoms; the 16 most symptomatic patients underwent a complete medical examination and additional laboratory testing.
In one of the more gripping incidents detailed in the book, the USS Seawolf was on the bottom of the desolate Siberian Sea of Okhotsk, tapping undersea telephone cables, when a powerful storm threatened to bury her in the seabed.