USS Waxbill is a name the U.S. Navy has used more than once in naming its ships:
- USS Waxbill (MHC-50) was laid down as PCS-1456 on 28 April 1943 at Tacoma, Washington.
- USS Waxbill (AM-414) was to be built in 1945, but the contract was canceled.
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