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Fourth Arleigh Burke-class Destroyer Ordered from GD

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

March 1, 2012

USS Arleigh Burke: Photo credit USN

USS Arleigh Burke: Photo credit USN

An additional type DDG 116 guided missile destroyer ordered from General Dynamics.


General Dynamics (GD) has received a $663m modification contract from the US Navy for the construction of an additional Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer, DDG 116. Powered by four gas-turbine propulsion plants, the 509ft-long destroyers have a displacement capacity of 9,500t, cruise at 30kts and are equipped with advanced sensors, and weapons systems to engage anti-ship missile threats. The Navy's third Arleigh Burke-class ship is currently under construction, and delivery is scheduled for August 2018.


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