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USS Truxtun (DDG 103)


The crest containing the silhouette of the USS Constellation recalls Commodore Thomas Truxtun being assigned to that ship in the early naval history. He was one of the nation's premier sea fighters of his time. 

The stars commemorate the heritage of the five previous ships named Truxtun. 

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