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- United States Navy : That part of the United States Department of Defense responsible for combat on, over, and under water
- Amphibious Ready Group : A group of amphibious warfare ships that can carry a U.S. Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) or U.K. Royal Marine Commando
- Ticonderoga-class : Modern U.S. Navy cruisers usually serving as carrier or amphibious escorts, but capable of independent action including long-range strike, anti-air/anti-ballistic missile/anti-satellite warfare, naval gunfire support, and antisubmarine warfare.
- Burke-class : Large U.S. Navy multirole destroyers equipped with AEGIS battle management system and constant upgrades; Japan has Kongo-class clones, also being upgraded to ballistic missile defense; South Korea has the KDK-class
- Oliver Hazard Perry-class : Limited-capability ocean escorts in the U.S. and other navies, designated "frigates"
- Los Angeles-class : The primary class of attack submarines in the United States Navy, built in three groups of which early models are being retired; to be replaced by the Virginia-class
- Rear admiral : The lowest or next-to-lowest military rank of admiral in Naval service
- Commodore (naval) : Military rank used in many navies for officers whose position exceeds that of a navy captain, but is less than that of a rear admiral.
- Carrier strike group : In the U.S. Navy, the group of ships centered around a large aircraft carrier