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Three ships of the United States Navy have been named Indianapolis:
- USS Indianapolis (ID-3865) was a cargo ship commissioned 12 December 1918 and decommissioned 9 July 1919.
- USS Indianapolis (CA-35) was a heavy cruiser commissioned in 1932, active throughout World War II, it was torpedoed and sunk by Imperial Japanese Navy submarine I-58 in July 1945. With a total crew of 1,197 only 317 survived. It is the worst maritime disaster in the history of the United States Navy.
- USS Indianapolis (SSN-697) was a Los Angeles-class attack submarine in service from 1980 to 1998.
- USS Indianapolis (LCS-17) will be a future littoral combat ship.
- USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage, a 2016 film starring Nicolas Cage.
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