- USS Detroit
Six ships of the
United States Navyhave been named USS "Detroit", after the city of Detroit, Michigan.
*, a 12-gun ship, was built by the British at Malden,
Canada, in 1813 and captured by the Americans during the Battle of Lake Erie10 September 1813.
*"Detroit", a screw steamer, was laid down at the
New York Navy Yardin 1865 but canceled in 1866 and broken up on the stocks.
*, was a
sloop-of-warnamed so from May 15 to August 10 in 1869. Before and after she was known as the first "Canandaigua".
*, was a
cruiserin use from 1893 to 1904.
*, was a
light cruiserin service from 1923 to 1946.
*, was a
fast combat support shipcommissioned in 1970 and decommissioned in 2005.
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