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 Why does the Navy refer to ships as she?

Answer Something about the ocean conjures feminine imagery; sea dogs refer to storms, the water and the ships that sail on it are referred to as "she." The tradition lives in the United States Navy as a m... Read More »
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The US Navy is at it's smallest number of ships since before WWI. Deployable Battle Force Ships: 283 Ships Underway (away from homeport): 124 ships (44% of total) On deployment: 104 ships (37% of ... Read More »
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