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United States Navy USN Frigates and Littoral Combat Ships
 
 

Independence class LCS Littoral Combat Ship USS Independence LCS 2 USS Coronado LCS 4 USS Jackson LCS 6 USS Montgomery LCS 8 USS Gabrielle Giffords LCS 10 USS Omaha LCS 12 US Navy General Dynamics Austal datasheet pictures photos video specifications

Independence class Littoral Combat Ship
 
The Independence class of littoral combat ships (LCS) is General Dynamics and Austal's design proposal to the US Navy's requirement for the LCS class ships. The LCS concept emphasizes speed and modularity thanks to its flexible mission module spaces. According to US Navy, the LCS is "envisioned to be a networked, agile, stealthy surface combatant capable of defeating anti-access and asymmetric threats in the littorals."

The Independence class of littoral combat ships (LCS) is General Dynamics and Austal's design proposal to the US Navy's requirement for the LCS class ships. The LCS concept emphasizes speed and modularity thanks to its flexible mission module spaces. According to US Navy, the LCS is "envisioned to be a networked, agile, stealthy surface combatant capable of defeating anti-access and asymmetric threats in the littorals."

Freedom class LCS Littoral Combat Ship USS Freedom LCS 1 USS Fort Worth LCS 3 USS Milwaukee LCS 5 USS Detroit LCS 7 USS Little Rock LCS 9 USS Sioux City LCS 11 US Navy Lockheed Martin SCS Surface Combat Ship datasheet pictures photos video specifications

Freedom class Littoral Combat Ship
 

The Freedom class of littoral combat ships (LCS) is Lockheed Martin's design proposal to the US Navy's requirement for the LCS class ships. The LCS concept emphasizes speed and modularity thanks to its flexible mission module spaces. According to US Navy, the LCS is "envisioned to be a networked, agile, stealthy surface combatant capable of defeating anti-access and asymmetric threats in the littorals."