Most European powers liked to name their starforts' bastions, which gave them an excuse to honor more bigshots, or in Spain and Portugal's case saints, by naming important things after them. The Castillo's four bastions were named San Pedro, San Augustín, San Carlos and San Pablo. Were Catholic saints pleased that pointy starfort bastions were being named for them? They'd be fools not to be pleased.

Americans didn't name their bastions, other than such poetic names as "Bastion No. 1" and such. After whom would American starfort bastions be named? Doubtless the "saints" of American independence: Washington Bastion, Franklin Bastion, Adams Bastion...bleah, I'll take "Bastion No. 2," thank you.