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- Samuel B. Roberts : U.S. Navy sailor who was recognized with a posthumous Navy Cross for heroism at Guadalcanal; three U.S. Navy ships have been named for him
- United States Navy : That part of the United States Department of Defense responsible for combat on, over, and under water
- Destroyer escort : A warship with weapons and sensors to defend itself and ships near it, sturdy enough to operate in ocean conditions, but with only enough speed to escort merchant and military support ships, and usually not built to full warship standards of battle damage survivability
- Action off Samar : One of the subordinate phases of the Battle of Leyte Gulf, and often called the most gallant action in the history of the U.S. Navy, a failed attack by the main Japanese Center Force under vice admiral Takeo Kurita against a light U.S. force defending the transports and invasion beaches in the Philippines
- USS Samuel B. Roberts (DD-823) : Destroyer of the U.S. Navy, in service between 1946 and 1970, participating in the Suez Crisis, Cuban Missile Crisis and Vietnam War
- USS Samuel B. Roberts (FFG-58) : U.S. Navy frigate of the Oliver Hazard Perry-class, commissioned 12 April 1986, heavily damaged by an Iranian mine on 14 April 1988