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List of naval ships named for Minnesota

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There are 12 Naval ships named for Minnesota, or cities in Minnesota.

  • USS Minnesota, a steam frigate named for the Minnesota River, commissioned in 1855.
  • USS Minnesota (Battleship No. 22), one of the last pre-dreadnought battleships
  • USS Minnesota (SSN-783), a Virginia-class attack submarine commissioned in 2013.
  • USS Saint Paul, a converted merchant cruiser which served during the Spanish–American War and World War I
  • USS Minneapolis (Cruiser No. 13, later CA-17), a Columbia-class protected cruiser which also served during World War I
  • USS Minneapolis (CA-36), a New Orleans-class heavy cruiser which served during World War II.
  • USS Fort Snelling (LSD-30), a dock landing ship which served during World War II
  • USS Saint Paul (CA-73), a Baltimore-class heavy cruiser which served from late in World War II until the Vietnam War
  • USS Minneapolis-St. Paul (SSN-708), a Los Angeles-class nuclear attack submarine decommissioned in 2008.
  • SS Gopher State (ACS-4), a Gopher State-class crane ship serving with the Military Sealift Command, Prepositioning Force.
  • USS Duluth (CL-87) was a Cleveland-class light cruiser commissioned late in World War II.
  • USS Duluth (LPD-6) is an amphibious transport dock commissioned in 1966 and decommissioned in 2005.
  • References

    List of naval ships named for Minnesota Wikipedia

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