USS Benham

USS Benham

USS "Benham" has been the name of three ships in the United States Navy, all of them named in honor of Andrew Ellicot Kennedy Benham.

* The USS|Benham|DD-49, was a "Aylwin"-class destroyer.

* The USS|Benham|DD-397, was the lead destroyer of the "Benham"-class, which sank in battle during 1942.

* The USS|Benham|DD-796, was a "Fletcher"-class destroyer during World War II.



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