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Arleigh Burke Flight I & Flight II class Destroyer - United States Navy
 
The Arleigh Burke class guided missile destroyers are the backbone of the US Navy. They are multi-mission [Anti-Air Warfare (AAW), Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW), and Anti-Surface Warfare (ASUW)] surface combatants. The destroyer's armament has greatly expanded the role of the ship in strike warfare utilizing the MK-41 Vertical Launch System.
The Arleigh Burke class guided missile destroyers are the backbone of the US Navy. They are multi-mission [Anti-Air Warfare (AAW), Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW), and Anti-Surface Warfare (ASUW)] surface combatants. The destroyer's armament has greatly expanded the role of the ship in strike warfare utilizing the MK-41 Vertical Launch System.
 

Ticonderoga Class Guided Missile Cruiser - US Navy
Ticonderoga Class Guided Missile Cruiser United States US Navy CG 47 cruiser datasheet pictures photos video specifications
The Ticonderoga-class Guided Missile Cruiser is the last cruiser class in service in US Navy. 27 Ticonderoga-class Cruiser have been completed between 1980 and 1992. The five first of the class have already been decommissioned. The Ticonderoga cruisers were the first ship in the world to be equipped with the AEGIS Combat System based upon a passive electronically scanned array radar.
 

DDG 1000 Zumwalt class Destroyer
 
The Zumwalt class destroyer (DDG 1000) is the US Navy next generation, multi-mission, naval destroyer, serving as the vanguard of an entire new generation of advanced multi-mission surface combat ships. The class is a scaled-back project that emerged after funding cuts to the larger DD-21 vessel program. The program was previously known as the "DD(X)".

The Zumwalt class destroyer (DDG 1000) is the US Navy next generation, multi-mission, naval destroyer, serving as the vanguard of an entire new generation of advanced multi-mission surface combat ships. The class is a scaled-back project that emerged after funding cuts to the larger DD-21 vessel program. The program was previously known as the "DD(X)".

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