At least seven
United States Navy ships have been named , after the southern state of Alabama Alabama.
USS , a 74-gun ship of the line, laid down in 1819, though never completed as such. She was eventually launched in 1864 as the storeship USS Alabama (1819) New Hampshire.
USS , a sidewheel steamer transferred to the Navy in 1849 that served as a troop transport during the Mexican–American War. Alabama (1838)
USS , a sidewheel steamer merchant vessel that was commissioned in 1861 during the Alabama (1850) American Civil War.
USS , a Alabama (BB-8) pre-dreadnought battleship commissioned in 1900 and scrapped in 1924.
USS , a 69-foot motor boat inspected by the Navy in the summer of 1917 and assigned the designation SP-1052. Alabama (SP-1052)
USS , a Alabama (BB-60) South Dakota-class battleship commissioned in 1942, converted to a museum ship in 1964 and is now docked in Mobile, Alabama.
USS , an Alabama (SSBN-731) Ohio-class submarine currently in service.
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USS Alabama was the French title for the film , which was set on the eponymous submarine. Crimson Tide
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