USS Exploit

USS Exploit is a name that the U.S. Navy has used more than once in naming its vessels:

  • USS Exploit (AM-95), was launched 7 September 1942 by Jakobson Shipyard, Inc., Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York.
  • USS Exploit (AM-440), was launched 10 April 1953 by Higgins Industries Corp., New Orleans, Louisiana.
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USS Exploit (AM-440)
... The USS Exploit (AM-440) was an Aggressive class minesweeper laid down, 28 December 1951 at Higgins Inc ... New Orleans, Louisiana launched, 10 April 1953 commissioned USS Exploit (AM-440), 31 March 1954 redesignated as an Ocean Minesweeper MSO-440, 7 February 1955 ...

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