Ships named Angeles

SS Los Angeles, (ID-1470) a tanker in commission from 1917 to 1919.
IT was a Commercial tanker used by the Union Oil Company, but then was taken by the United States Navy SS Los Angeles was built by Union Iron Works at San Francisco, California, as a commercial tanker in 1916 for the Union Oil Company of California. The U.S. Navy acquired her from Union Oil in 1917 for World War I service under a bareboat charter, gave its the naval registry Identification Number (Id. No.) 1470, and commissioned its as USS Los Angeles on 9 August 1917 at New Orleans, Louisiana, with Lieutenant Commander Alexander Mackenzie . During the remainder of 1917, Los Angeles operated along the United States East Coast and United States Gulf Coast and made two cruises with the Atlantic Train Force. (Source Wikipedia)

USS Los Angeles was a rigid airship, designated ZR-3, which was built in 1923–1924 by the Zeppelin company in Friedrichshafen, Germany, as war reparations. It was delivered to the United States Navy in October 1924 and after being used mainly for experimental work, particularly in the development of the American parasite fighter program, was decommissioned in 1932

USS Los Angele SSN 688

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For other United States Navy ships or airships of the same name, see USS Los Angeles.

USS Los Angeles (SSN-688), lead ship of her class of submarines, was the fourth ship of the United States Navy to be named for Los Angeles, California. The contract to build her was awarded to Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company in Newport News, Virginia on 8 January 1971 and her keel was laid down on 8 January 1972. She was launched on 6 April 1974 sponsored by Anne Armstrong, and commissioned on 13 November 1976. She hosted President Jimmy Carter and the First Lady on 27 May 1977 for an at-sea demonstration of her capabilities.[2] In 2007 she was the oldest submarine in active service with the United States Navy.[3] The Navy decommissioned Los Angeles on 23 January 2010, in the Port of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, her namesake city.[4]

NC-12 or also NX-12 NX Refit Class
Pr-Federation Earth Ship SS-Angeles was one of the Early NX Refit Class ships the NX class started with the Enterprise and Colombia later the SS-Enterprise and the SS-Columbia after their refits. Many ships were built in the Refit Configurations. Little known on these classes of ships missions. We know the Ships were built in the 2165 into the 2170s so somewhere around there the SS Angeles was commissioned and served in the early days of the Federation till later classes of ships replaced them. Some of the early ships went on to fight in the Romulan war.

USS Angeles
NX-1995 Angeles Class Experimental ship. Class never put into service. The Ship was testing a new type of Warp drive but the Trans warp drive of the NX-2000 USS Excelsior Drive won out. The USS Angeles design was scrapped. Though some of the ship designs inspired in other classes of vessels that were later constructed. This ship was never put into active service other then testing.

USS Angeles
NCC-71840 Galaxy Class later refitted to and renamed the Entente Class This is the current ship which bares the name USS Angeles. There is a 3rd revision refit where the Angeles gets new Warp Necels and some hull improvements.