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USS John Paul Jones

USS John Paul Jones refers to two destroyers of the United States Navy:

In Fiction

  • USS John Paul Jones II, In the movie Destroyer (1943) a US Navy Destroyer in World War II, the namesake of an earlier ship sunk in action by the Japanese
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