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List of currently active United States military watercraft

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List of currently active United States military watercraft

The following is a list of currently active United States military watercraft grouped by type of watercraft.

Aircraft Carriers

Amphibious warfare ships

Amphibious Assault Ships

Wasp class amphibious assault ship takes aboard a Landing Craft Utility

Amphibious Transport Docks

Dock Landing Ships

Logistics Support Vessel

Landing Craft



USS Leyte Gulf (Ticonderoga class)




USS Independence

Command Ship

Mine Warfare

Patrol Ship


Seawolf-class submarine

Ballistic Missile Submarine

Guided Missile Submarine

Fast Attack Submarine

Special Warfare/Coastal Riverine Force

Surface Craft

Small Unit Riverine Craft

Swimmer Delivery Vehicles


See List of Military Sealift Command ships and Maritime Prepositioning ship
USNS Bridge (Supply class)

Replenishment ships

Transport Ships

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

High Speed Vessels

Surveillance and intelligence vessels

Hospital Ships

Crane Ships

Various Types

Historical Ship

Cutters (USCG)

Patrol Ships

Patrol Boats



See also


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