In WW2 it was a fleet carrier, during the WW1 it batte cruiser
The 27 Battleships in service during WW-II were (listed in order of their hull number):USS Utah - Became a target ship in 1931 and was no longer a battleship at the time of the Pearl Harbor attackUSS Wyoming - Became a training ship in 1931 and was used for gunnery training during WWII and not in a combat roleUSS ArkansasUSS New YorkUSS TexasUSS NevadaUSS OklahomaUSS PennsylvaniaUSS ArizonaUSS New MexicoUSS MississippiUSS IdahoUSS TennesseeUSS CaliforniaUSS ColoradoUSS MarylandUSS West VirginiaUSS North CarolinaUSS WashingtonUSS South DakotaUSS IndianaUSS MassachusettsUSS AlabamaUSS IowaUSS New JerseyUSS MissouriUSS WisconsinThe USS Utah and USS Wyoming were no longer considered battleships at the time WWII started for the US. Neither saw combat during WWII.The USS Utah and the USS Arizona were both sunk at Pearl Harbor. The USS Oklahoma, Nevada, California, and West Virginia were also sunk, but were refloated and repaired, excepting the Oklahoma, which sank during tow back to the US mainland. All the other battleships listed above participated in actual combat (either surface or anti-air). The US lost no further battleships from any cause during WW2.
Yes, it did.
USS Signet (AM-302) was an Admirable-class minesweeper built for the United States Navy during World War II.
USS Constitution, the USS John Admas, the USS President, the USS United States, the USS Constellation, the USS Boston, The USS New York, and the USS Congress
USS Arizona, USS Virginia, USS Massatutues USS Saratoga,
The battleship USS Missouri.
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the events before and after were tense and after the explosion of the USS Maine was explosive and sop that caused the USS to go to war against Spain.
USS Iowa USS New Jersey USS Missouri USS Wisconsin USS Alabama USS Massachusetts USS texas USS North Carolina
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To name a few: USS Bismarck Sea USS Lexington USS Yorktown USS Hornet USS Wasp USS Princeton USS Gambier Bay USS St. Lo USS Liscome Bay
The USN permanently lost: 1. Battleships USS Arizona, USS Utah, and USS Oklahoma. 2. Aircraft Carriers USS Lexington (at Coral Sea); USS Yorktown (at Midway); USS Hornet (at Santa Cruz Islands); USS Wasp (at Guadalcanal). 3. LIGHT Aircraft Carrier USS Princeton. 4. Six CVE's, Escort Carriers aka "Jeep Carriers."
You can find the answer in USS ARIZONA by Joy Waldron Jasper, St.Martin's Press, 2001. If it is not in your local library, you can get it thru inter-library loan.
5. The USS Atik, the USS Asterion, the USS Big Horn, The USS Captor, and the USS Irene Forstyle.
To name a few, USS Arizona, USS Oklahoma, USS Utah, USS California.
The US Navy destroyer USS O'Brien was sunk by a Japanese submarine off Guadalcanal.
Well over 100 vessels to name, but here's some important ones: USS Yorktown, USS Hornet, USS Enterprise, USS Lexington, USS Saratoga, USS Wasp, USS Princeton, USS Gambier Bay, USS St. Lo, USS Bismarck Sea.
USS Arizona, USS Utah, and USS Oklahoma are still on the bottom. However, the battleships USS Pennsylvania, USS New York, USS Nevada, and USS Arkansas are also on the bottom...sunk as targets after the war.