Arleigh Burke-Class Guided-Missile Destroyers: The Navy’s Ultimate Weapon?

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This past week­end, the U.S. Navy chris­tened its newest Arleigh Burke-class guid­ed-mis­sile destroy­ers (DDGs), the future USS Lenah Sut­cliffe Hig­bee (DDG-123). The war­ship is being man­u­fac­tured by Hunt­ing­ton Ingalls Indus­tries’ (HII) Ingalls Ship­build­ing division.
A New Arleigh Burke-class Hits the Waves 
Due to the ongo­ing nov­el coro­n­avirus pan­dem­ic, HII con­duct­ed the event with lim­it­ed num­bers. The com­mis­sion­ing of this Flight IIA ver­sion of the DDG had orig­i­nal­ly been sched­uled for chris­ten­ing last year but was delayed due to Covid-19 relat­ed restrictions.
“The chris­ten­ing of Lenah Sut­cliffe Hig­bee is a sig­nif­i­cant mile­stone that brings our 34th destroy­er one step closer …

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