Definitions for "USS Hull"
Keywords:  isaac, destroyer, commodore, navy, hull
USS Hull (DD-945), named for Commodore Isaac Hull USN (1773 to 1843), was a Forrest Sherman class destroyer built by the Bath Iron Works Corporation at Bath in Maine. Laid down on 12 September 1956 and launched 10 August 1957, by Mrs. Albert G.
The first USS Hull (DD-7) was a Bainbridge-class destroyer in the United States Navy named for Commodore Isaac Hull.
Four ships of the United States Navy have borne the name USS Hull, in honor of Commodore Isaac Hull (1773–1843), who was captain of USS Constitution during the War of 1812.