A Monopoly clone with a Navy theme sold primarily through the Navy's Base Exchange system. From the U.S. Navy press release: Wouldn't it be nice to own an aircraft carrier? Or how about a submarine or F/A-18E/F Super Hornet? Sound like possessions out of your league? Not anymore. Purchasing such items is as easy as playing Monopoly. The U.S. Navy is now immortalized with a Monopoly edition of its very own. Navy men and women are being honored by USAOPOLY, an Encinitas, Calif., company, with its newest release: The Monopoly Game: United States Navy Edition. Now Sailors, retirees, veterans and Navy enthusiasts can take risks and make deals for the chance to own the entire fleet. This is the first time a branch of the military has received such an honor. Monopoly has been a part of American culture since 1934, when Charles Darrow, from Germantown, Penn., publicly introduced the game. The Monopoly Game: United States Navy Edition features a battleship as well as custom pewter playing pieces, including a submarine, an anchor, a CH-46 Sea Knight, an F-14 Tomcat, a Sailor hat, an aircraft carrier and a flight deck shooter.