Four United States Navy ships have been named Chicago, after the city of Chicago, Illinois.
- The USS Chicago was a protected cruiser launched in 1885 and active in World War I; later converted to a seaplane tender, then a barracks ship, finally being renamed Alton in 1928 and lost at sea, while under tow in 1936.
- The USS Chicago (CA-29) was a heavy cruiser commissioned in 1931 and active in World War II, until lost at the Battle of Rennell Island in January 1943.
- The USS Chicago (CA-136) was a heavy cruiser, commissioned in 1945; later converted to a guided missile cruiser and redesignated CG-11, then struck in 1984.
- The USS Chicago (SSN-721) is a Los Angeles-class nuclear attack submarine commissioned in 1986. in active service, as of 2019[update]
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