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USS San Jacinto
United States DS-99
USS San Jacinto
San Jacinto is a Lexington-class destroyer flown by the United States Space Force. She was commissioned in 2127 at Latham Spaceworks. The vessel carries two dropships and a multi-mission platform, which is capable of carrying a variety of special mission modules, such as a signals intelligence suite, research labs, VIP quarters, or special operating forces.

She is named for Battle of San Jacinto, which took place on April 21, 1836. During the battle, a force of 900 Texians defeated a larger Mexican force and guaranteed Texas' independence from Mexico.

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