USS Paul Hamilton
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Three ships of the United States Navy have borne the name USS Paul Hamilton, named in honor of Paul Hamilton, (1762–1819), a veteran of the American War of Independence and the third Secretary of the Navy.
- The first, USS Paul Hamilton (DD-307), was a Clemson-class destroyer, launched in 1919 and scrapped in 1931.
- The second, USS Paul Hamilton (DD-590), was a Fletcher-class destroyer, launched in 1943 and struck in 1968.
- The third, USS Paul Hamilton (DDG-60), is an Arleigh Burke-class destroyer, launched in 1993 and active in service as of 2011[update].
- For the Liberty ship see SS Paul Hamilton.
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