USS Wenatchee may refer to:
Wenatchee (YTB-808) was a United States Navy Natick-class large harbor tug named for Wenatchee, Washington.
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Newport News Shipbuilding (NNS), a division of Huntington Ingalls Industries, is the largest industrial employer in Virginia, and sole designer, builder and refueler of United States Navy aircraft carriers and one of two providers of U.S. Navy submarines. Founded as the Chesapeake Dry Dock and Construction Co. in 1886, Newport News Shipbuilding has built more than 800 ships, including both naval and commercial ships. Located in the city of Newport News, their facilities span more than 550 acres (2.2 km2), strategically positioned in one of the great harbors of the East Coast.
Four ships of the United States Navy have borne the name USS Tecumseh, in honor of Tecumseh, a Shawnee Indian chief.
USS Glenard P. Lipscomb (SSN-685) was a nuclear-powered attack submarine of the United States Navy.
Six ships of the United States Navy have been named USS Cheyenne, in honor of the city of Cheyenne, Wyoming.
USS Pennsylvania (SSBN-735) is a United States Navy Ohio-class ballistic missile submarine that has been in commission since 1989. She is the fourth ship of the United States Navy to be named for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
USS Sacagawea may refer to the following ships of the United States Navy:
Six ships of the United States Navy have been named Advance.
The MV Tacoma is a Jumbo Mark II Class ferry operated by Washington State Ferries. Launched in 1997, it was the first in its class in the Washington State Ferries fleet. Since delivery, the Tacoma has almost exclusively been assigned to the Seattle-Bainbridge Island route.
168 is the natural number following 167 and preceding 169.
178 is the natural number following 177 and preceding 179.
USS Navajo (AT-64) was an oceangoing tugboat in the United States Navy, and the lead ship of its class. It was named for the Navajo people. Originally called the Navajo-class of fleet tugs, it was later renamed the Cherokee-class after loss of the first two ships of the class.
USS Sioux may refer to:
USS Nottoway may refer to:
USS Sunnadin may refer to the following ships of the United States Navy:
USS Stallion may refer to:
USS Tatnuck may refer to:
The Natick class is a class of harbor tugboats that have been active since the 1960s. Members of the class are named for Native American peoples and their members, USS Redwing excepted. As of 1 April 2015, five to eight Natick-class tugs remain in active service. Members of this class were designed to SCB-147A.
The Chilean tugboat Janequeo (ATF-65) was an Abnaki-class tug of the Chilean Navy that sunk on 15 August 1965 during a devastating storm in the Bay of Manquemapu, 60 nautical miles south of Corral, Chile with the loss of 51 men as she helped Leucotón that had run aground.
The Sotoyomo class tugboats were a class of United States Navy rescue tugboats. The lead ship was USS Sotoyomo, laid down in September 1942. Designed as rescue tugs, the class consisted of forty-nine ships, classified as auxiliaries.