- USS Stevens
Two ships in the
United States Navyhave been named USS "Stevens". The first was named in honor of Captain Thomas Holdup Stevens(1795–1841), and the second for both Capt. Stevens and his son, Rear Admiral Thomas H. Stevens, Jr.(1819–1896).
* The first "Stevens" (DD-86) was a "Wickes"-class
destroyer, launched in 1918 and struck in 1936.
* The second "Stevens" (DD-479) was a "Fletcher"-class destroyer, launched in 1942 and struck in 1973.
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