List of Ship Commissionings in 1985

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The list of ship commissionings in 1985 includes a chronological list of all ships commissioned in 1985.

Operator Ship Flag Class and type Pennant Other notes
19 January Augusta United States Navy Los Angeles class submarine
9 February Hawes United States Navy Oliver Hazard Perry class frigate
9 February Whidbey Island United States Navy Whidbey Island class dock landing ship
1 April L'Inflexible French Navy Le Redoutable class submarine
15 May Makkum Royal Netherlands Navy Alkmaar class minehunter M 856
18 May Elrod United States Navy Oliver Hazard Perry class frigate
25 May Alabama United States Navy Ohio-class submarine
3 June Vincennes United States Navy Ticonderoga class cruiser
29 June Ford United States Navy Oliver Hazard Perry class frigate
6 July Honolulu United States Navy Los Angeles class submarine
27 July Carr United States Navy Oliver Hazard Perry class frigate
27 July Providence United States Navy Los Angeles class submarine
5 October Tireless Royal Navy Trafalgar class submarine
11 September Gloucester Royal Navy Type 42 destroyer
11 September Giuseppe Garibaldi Marina Militare Light aircraft carrier
1 November Ark Royal Royal Navy Invincible class aircraft carrier as R07
9 November Simpson United States Navy Oliver Hazard Perry class frigate
23 November Pittsburgh United States Navy Los Angeles class submarine
17 December Edinburgh Royal Navy Type 42 destroyer


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