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 What is the oldest ship in the Royal Navy?

Answer HMS Victory, built between 1759 and 1765, holds the title of oldest commissioned warship in both the Royal Navy and the world. She is the flagship of the Second Sea Lord and Commander-in-Chief Nava... Read More »
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What is the oldest active duty ship in the US Navy?

"Old Iron Sides" The USS Constitution is the oldest commissioned US Naval vessel. Which is still active.
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What ship is the oldest vessel still in commission in the US Navy?

The oldest commissioned warship in the United States Navy is the USS Constitution.She was launched in 1797, after three years construction.Authorized by the Naval Act of 1794, she and her sister sh... Read More »
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Which is the largest ship in the royal navy?

Currently, HMS Ocean is the largest ship in the fleet, the amphibious helicopter carrier being based on the Invincible Class design. The new aircraft carriers, HMS Queen Elizabeth and HMS Prince of... Read More »
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What is the Difference Between a Navy Ship&a Naval Ship?

A U.S. Navy ship is designated "USS" for "United States Ship" and is crewed by U.S. Navy sailors. A U.S. Naval Ship, while owned by the Navy, is crewed by Civil Service mariners, designated "USNS,"... Read More »
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