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USS Vicksburg (CG-69) in the Atlantic Ocean
- The first Vicksburg was a steamship, purchased and commissioned by the Navy in 1863, and sold in 1865.
- The second Vicksburg (PG-11) was a gunboat, commissioned in 1897 and renamed Alexander Hamilton in 1922 in the Coast Guard. Around 1935, she was renamed Beta and finally placed out of service in 1944.
- The third Vicksburg (CL-81), was a Cleveland-class light cruiser, that was renamed USS Houston during construction. The ship was commissioned as USS Houston on 20 December 1943 and decommissioned on 15 December 1947.
- The fourth Vicksburg (CL-86), originally named USS Cheyenne, was a Cleveland-class light cruiser, commissioned in 1944 and struck in 1962.
- The fifth Vicksburg (CG-69), originally named USS Port Royal, is a Ticonderoga-class guided missile cruiser, commissioned in 1992 and on active service as of 2013.
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