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Probably the aircraft carrier USS Enterprise; the only Survivor out of the three sisters, USS Yorktown (sunk at the Battle of Midway), USS Hornet (sunk at the Battle of Santa Cruz). Much to the heartbreak of most US Sailors of WW2, she was scrapped (re-cycled) in 1959.

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Q: Which warship in naval history has sunk the most tonnage?
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