USA Zumwalt Destroyer arrives in Newport, making its first official port of call. On board Capt. James A. ‘T.’ Kirk, ironically on the 50th Anniversary
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The future USS Lyndon B. Johnson (DDG 1002), third and last one Zumwalt-class Destroyer, was launched Dec. 9 at General Dynamics-Bath Iron Works shipyard.
The Navy officially accepted delivery of its first Zumwalt-class destroyer, and is now ready to begin certifications for the nearly 150 sailors.
Zumwalt-class ships must go to sea wearing safety reflectors, because the US Navy’s giant new destroyer is too stealthy!
In this video, life aboard USS Zumwalt, America’s most advanced warship…
US Navy welcomes its largest, $4.4bn and most sophisticated USS Zumwalt destroyer.
The Zumwalt DDG 1000, the most advanced ship in out times, have a displacement of around 12,000t, with a sustained speed of around 30kt. Zumwalt
The US Navy, in a surprise move, launched the next-generation destroyer USS Zumwalt, from Bath, Maineinto Maine’s Kennebec River, on Monday afternoon, Oct. 28.
The USS Zumwalt will be the most technologically advanced warship ever build, scheduled to be operational in mid-2016. Image credit: wikimedia.
US Navy’s USS Zumwalt, the largest ever ‘stealth’ destroyer, heads out at sea for the first time.