Statistics for Famous US Naval Ships

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  • The average score is 7 of 15

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HintAnswer% Correct
Battleship sunk as a result of the Japanese attack on Pearl HarborUSS Arizona
83%
Built in 1797 in Boston and still there today, has never lost a battle, and is the oldest commissioned warship afloat in the worldUSS Constitution
68%
The Japanese unconditionally surrendered, ending WWII, on the deck of this shipUSS Missouri
63%
This ship was sunk in Havana harbor, starting the Spanish-American warUSS Maine
60%
The US Navy has ALWAYS had a ship bearing this name up until 2012USS Enterprise
55%
This ironclad fought against the CSS Merrimack/CSS Virginia at Hampton RoadsUSS Monitor
48%
Sunk at the Battle of MidwayUSS Yorktown (CV-5)
46%
First of the new class of aircraft carriersUSS Gerald R. Ford
45%
Ship from which the Doolittle Raid on Tokyo was launchedUSS Hornet
42%
Sunk during the Battle of the Coral SeaUSS Lexington (CV-2)
38%
First of the new class of stealth destroyersUSS Zumwalt
31%
Captured by North Korea and is still commissionedUSS Pueblo
23%
John Paul Jones captained this ship, its name is inspired by a Benjamin Franklin bookUSS Bonhomme Richard
22%
Sister ship to #1, many ships have bore this name. One resides in Baltimore today where the original 1797 one was built.USS Constellation
20%
Aircraft carrier turned into an artificial reef for scuba divingUSS Oriskany
11%

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