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Five ships of the United States Navy
have been named USS Cincinnati,
after the city of Cincinnati, Ohio.

USS Cincinnati (Civil War)

USS Cincinnati (1861) was an ironclad river gunboat commissioned in 1862, sunk twice in battle and raised each time. She served in the Civil War and was decommissioned on 4 August 1865.

USS Cincinnati (C-7)

USS Cincinnati (C-7) was a protected cruiser and the lead ship of the Cincinnati-class cruiser for the United States Navy. She was launched on 10 November 1892 by New York Navy Yard and commissioned on 16 June 1894. She served in World War I and was decommissioned on 20 April 1919.

USS Cincinnati (CL-6)

USS Cincinnati (SSN-693), was a Los Angeles-class submarine for the United States Navy. She was launched on 19 February 1977 and commissioned on 11 March 1978 in Newport News, Virginia. She was decommissioned on 29 July 1996.

USS Cincinnati (SSN-693)

USS Cincinnati (SSN-693), was a Los Angeles-class submarine for the United States Navy. She was launched on 19 February 1977 and commissioned on 11 March 1978 in Newport News, Virginia. She was decommissioned on 29 July 1996.

USS Cincinnati (LCS 20)

The newest USS Cincinnati is a state of the art trimaran hull.

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