United States Navy
United States Department of the Navy Seal
Leader(s) Briggs
Appears in Call of Duty: World at War
Call of Duty: Black Ops
Call of Duty: Black Ops II
Country United States of America
Type Navy
Engagements World War II
Cold War
Second Cold War

Call of Duty: World at War Edit

In the American campaign of Call of Duty: World at War the player plays as a U.S. Marine fighting in island campaigns such as Okinawa and Peleliu. The U.S. Navy is mainly seen in game in the level "Little Resistance" where the player disembarks from a U.S. Navy ship and lands on the island of Peleliu while being heavily supported by the Navy as well as being provided with rocket support from U.S. Navy bombardment ships. The Navy also plays a large role in the level "Black Cats" where the Navy is seen under attack from Japanese planes and must be supported by the player, Locke, a sailor in the Navy that is part of the crew of a PBY Catalina.

Call of Duty: Black Ops Edit

In the mission "Redemption", after discovering the Russian ship Rusalka is the broadcast station for releasing the deadly Nova-6 compound, Weaver calls in several Navy ships to destroy the station and stop the gas from being unleashed. The Navy does this with deadly efficiency, picking up Hudson and Mason directly after the battle. Bowman was also a part of the US Navy as he was a Chief Petty Officer.

Call of Duty: Black Ops IIEdit

United States Navy poster BOII

In Call of Duty: Black Ops II, the U.S Navy plays a major role in the game's campaign. Being the protagonist, David Mason, and other major characters like Mike Harper, Crosby, and Salazar, U.S Navy SEALs. The Navy SEALs are also a faction in multiplayer, and the narrator is the same leader of the team in the campaign, Admiral Briggs. The SEALs' Headquarters in the game are inside the USS Barack Obama, a carrier where the mission "Odysseus" takes on.


Names as applied to randomly-generated soldiers in Call of Duty: Black Ops II
Rank prefixes: SN (Seaman), PO (Petty Officer), CPO (Chief Petty Officer) or LT (Lieutenant).

  • Anthony
  • Buckner
  • Coffey
  • Dashnaw
  • Focht
  • Frank
  • Frey
  • Green
  • Hall
  • Howe
  • Johns
  • Lee
  • Lockhart
  • Moon
  • Paiser
  • Preston
  • Reyes
  • Slater
  • Velasquez
  • Woller
  • York
  • Young

List of Ships and Aircraft Used Edit

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