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USS Siren is a name used more than once by the United States Navy:
- USS Syren (1803) was a brig that the British Royal Navy captured in 1814; she was last listed in 1815
- USS Siren (1862) was the steamer White Rose that the Union Navy purchased in 1864 and used as a gunboat on the Mississippi River until sold in 1865; reverting to the name White Rose, she served in river commerce until abandoned in 1867.
- USS Siren (1897), a schooner commissioned on 24 June 1898.
- USS Siren (PY-13), a patrol yacht commissioned 15 November 1940.
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