The USS Momsen (DDG-92) is an Arleigh Burke-class destroyer in the United States Navy.
The Momsen is the twenty-sixth destroyer of the Arleigh Burke class to be built by Bath Iron Works. She is named after Vice Admiral Charles B. "Swede" Momsen of Flushing, Queens, New York (1896–1967). Vice Admiral Momsen made many contributions to the navy such as the invention of the Momsen Lung when he was assigned to the Bureau of Construction and Repair. Momsen was also involved in the first successful rescue of a crew of a sunken submarine, USS Squalus (SS-192), and subsequently supervised the salvage of the boat.
In September 2009 Momsen was rumored to have run aground in Canadian Waters. However, no damage to the vessel was sustained and these rumors are unfounded.