What Does USS Stand for on a Navy Ship?


When referring to the navy, USS stands for 'United States Ship.' The initials are only used by the United States Navy. It was adopted in 1907 for the purpose of indicating ships manned by military personnel.
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The USS in front of Navy Ships stands for United State Ships. Thanks
* Edits * Hull numbers are not hyphenated. Ships names are capitalized, i.e. USS YORKTOWN. LCC - Amphibious Command and Control (not communications) I assume you are refering to &
USS stands for United States Ship for US Navy. HMS stands for her majesty's ship in the British Navy.
The Naval History and Heritage Command website says that the United States Navy uses the letters "USS" to signify "United States Ship. According to the U.S. Naval Sea
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