ARA Santísima Trinidad
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At least three ships of the Argentine Navy have been named Santísima Trinidad, with or without the prefix ARA ((in Spanish) Armada República Argentina):
- Santísima Trinidad (1814), a brigantine that participated in the Argentine War of Independence in 1814–16. She was commanded by Miguel Brown, and then by his brother Admiral William Brown.
- ARA Santísima Trinidad (P-34), ex-HMS Caicos, a patrol frigate of the U.S. Tacoma class which served in the Argentine Navy from 1948 to 1969. She was renamed Comodoro Augusto Lasserre (Q-9), when she became a survey ship in 1963.
- ARA Santísima Trinidad (D-2), a Type 42 destroyer in service 1981 to 1989, which participated in the Falklands War in 1982.
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