USS Brooklyn

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Three ships of the United States Navy have borne the name Brooklyn, after the New York City borough of Brooklyn.

  • USS Brooklyn (1858), was a wooden screw sloop commissioned in 1859 and a participant in the American Civil War.
  • USS Brooklyn (ACR-3), was a cruiser commissioned in 1896 and a flagship in the Spanish–American War.
  • USS Brooklyn (CL-40), was a light cruiser commissioned in 1937 that saw service in World War II and was later transferred to Chile.

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