Military Ships As A Form Of Water Transport
A naval ship is a military ship (or sometimes boat, depending on classification) used by a navy. Naval ships are differentiated from civilian ships by construction and purpose. Generally, naval ships are damage resilient and armed with weapon systems, though armament on troop transports is light or non-existent. Naval ships designed primarily for naval warfare are termed warships, as opposed to support (auxiliary ships) or shipyard operations. [from wikipedia]
USS Bonhomme Richard USS Iowa
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USS Iowa BB-61 A Military Ship As A Form Of Water Transport

USS Iowa (BB-61) is the lead ship of her class of battleship and the fourth in the United States Navy to be named after the state of Iowa. Owing to the cancellation of the Montana-class battleships, Iowa is the last lead ship of any class of United States battleships and was the only ship of her class to have served in the Atlantic Ocean during World War II. [from wikipedia]

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USS Bonhomme Richard LHD-6 A Military Ship As A Form Of Water Transport

USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD-6) is a Wasp-class amphibious assault ship, and the third United States Navy ship of that name. She was named in honor of John Paul Jones' famous frigate, which he had named the French for of "Good Man Richard," in honor of Benjamin Franklin, the U.S. Ambassador to France at the time; "Richard" is derived from Franklin's Poor Richard's Almanac. The ship is currently in active service and is the flagship for Expeditionary Strike Group Seven. [from wikipedia]

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