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List of currently active United States military watercraft

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The United States military has numerous types of watercraft, operated by the Navy, including Naval Special Warfare Command and Military Sealift Command, as well as the Coast Guard, Army and Air Force

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Commissioned ships (USN)

Aircraft carriers

USS Nimitz, the lead ship of her class of nuclear-powered aircraft carriers, known as 'supercarriers'.

Amphibious assault ships

Wasp class amphibious assault ship takes aboard a Landing Craft Utility

Amphibious command ships

Amphibious transport docks

Attack submarines

Seawolf-class submarine

Ballistic missile submarines

Classic frigate

Cruisers

USS Leyte Gulf (Ticonderoga class)

Destroyers

Dock landing ships

Expeditionary mobile base

(sub-variant of the expeditionary transfer dock)

Guided missile submarines

Littoral combat ships

Mine countermeasures ships

Submarine tenders

Technical research ship

  • USS Pueblo (AGER-2) – currently[when?] held captive by North Korea. Still in commission, but not counted as part of the deployed combat fleet.

Non-commissioned ships (MSC)

(List includes "Support" and "Ready Reserve Force" ships)

USNS Bridge (Supply class)

Cable repair ships

Cargo and replenishment ships

USNS Big Horn (Henry J. Kaiser-class oiler)

Crane ships

Expeditionary transfer dock

High speed vessels

Stand-alone vessels;

Hospital ships

The USNS Comfort hospital ship

Landing craft

LCAC

Salvage ships

Surveillance, intelligence and survey vessels

Tug boats

Special Warfare and Coastal Riverine Force (NSW)

Surface craft

Small Unit Riverine Craft

Swimmer delivery vehicles

Cutters (USCG)

USCG Legend-class cutter

Patrol ships

Patrol boats

Icebreakers

Stand-alone vessels;

Tenders

Support craft (US Army)

Logistics support vessel

Landing craft

Tug boats

Support craft (USAF)

Tug boats

Recovery craft

See also

References

  1. ^ "US Navy to lease high-speed transport to Bay Ferries". 24 March 2016.
  2. ^ "Refit Completed on Leased U.S. Navy Fast Ferry".
  3. ^ "Navy's stealthy Combatant Craft Assault boats operating in Middle Eastern waters". 3 August 2017.
  4. ^ "Meet the new CCM Mk1 naval special warfare craft of the US Special Forces".
  5. ^ "Combatant Craft Medium (CCM)".
  6. ^ "Internal Server Error" (PDF).
  7. ^ "SOF looks to next generation Combatant Craft Heavy - Shephard Media".
  8. ^ "USCG: About Us - Aircraft & Cutters". www.uscg.mil. Archived from the original on 2007-05-18.
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