The first USS Trippe was a sloop in the United States Navy during the War of 1812. She was named for John Trippe.
The second USS Trippe (DD-33) was a Paulding-class destroyer in the United States Navy during World War I and later in the United States Coast Guard, designated (CG-20). She was named for Lieutenant John Trippe.
Four ships in the United States Navy have been named USS Trippe for John Trippe.
The third USS Trippe (DD-403) was a Benham-class destroyer in the United States Navy. She was named for John Trippe.
USS Trippe (FF-1075) was a Knox class frigate of the US Navy, built at Westwego, Louisiana, was commissioned in mid-September 1970. In July 1971, following shakedown training in the Caribbean area and a surveillance mission off Haiti, she entered the Boston Naval Shipyard for overhaul and installation of the Basic Point Defense Missile System, which featured short-range "Sea Sparrow" guided missiles in an eight-round launcher on her afterdeck. Trippe was the Navy's first destroyer-type ship to receive this later-widespread contribution to shipboard protection against air and missile attack.