USS Carney (DDG-64) is the 14th Arleigh Burke-class destroyer in the United States Navy. The ship is the first to be named after Admiral Robert Carney who served as Chief of Naval Operations during President Eisenhower’s administration.


Admiral Carney arranged with Japanese emissaries for the entry of the Third Fleet into Tokyo Bay at the close of World War II, accepted the surrender of Yokosuka Naval Base and surrounding area from Vice Admiral Michitaro Totsuka of the Imperial Japanese Navy, and attended the ceremony for the surrender of Japan held on board Admiral Halsey's flagship, the battleship USS Missouri (BB-63).