MILWAUKEE LCS 5
Ship Name and Designation History
This section lists the names and designations that the ship had during its lifetime. The list is in chronological order.
Keel Laid 27 October 2011 - Christened & Launched 18 December 2013
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Keel Laying, cachet by Rich Hoffner
NAMESAKE - Named for the city of MILWAUKEE, the largest city in Wisconsin.
Five ships in the United States Navy have been borne the name MILWAUKEE - USS Milwaukee (1864-Monitor), USS Milwaukee C-21, USS Milwaukee CL-5, USS Milwaukee AOR-2 and USS Milwaukee LCS-5.
Constructed by Lockheed Martin in the Marinette Marine Corporation's shipyard in Marinette, WI.
The ship's sponsor is Mrs. Sylvia M. Panetta, wife of Secretary of Defense Leon E. Panetta.
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