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USS Nashville

Three ships of the United States Navy (and two of the Confederate Navy[?]) have been named USS Nashville in honor of the capital of Tennessee.

USS Nashville (PG-7)[?] was a gunboat that saw action during the Spanish-American War.

USS Nashville (CL-43)[?] was a light cruiser that saw action during World War II.

USS Nashville (LPD-13) is a amphibious transport dock currently in service.

See also CSS Nashville (ironclad)[?] and CSS Nashville (ram)[?].



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