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In January, the USS Donald Cook, another American guided-missile destroyer, took part in joint military drills in the Black Sea together with the Ukrainian Navy ship the UKRS Hetman Sahaidachny.
Navy and Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE: NOC) have successfully installed Consolidated Afloat Networks and Enterprise Services (CANES) on the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS McCampbell.
The US guided-missile destroyer was trying to deliver food and humanitarian
The simulated guided-missile destroyer, called the USS Trayer, is being unveiled this month at Great Lakes, home of the Navy's recruiting command.
The aircraft carrier Eisenhower, accompanied by the guided-missile cruiser USS Anzio, guided-missile destroyer USS Ramage, USS Mason and the fast-attack submarine USS Newport News, all have made their way to the Straits of Hormuz off Iran.
The guided-missile destroyer USS Milius (DDG 69) launches a Tomahawk Land Attack Missile (TLAM) toward Iraq during the initial stages of the Operation Iraqi Freedom.
1 -- the 8,422-ton guided-missile destroyer Curtis Wilbur and the 8,040-ton missile-carrying frigate Gary -- are also expected to return to the port on Sunday.
The ships, including the 5,200-ton Kurama -- a Shirane-class guided-missile destroyer that serves as an escort ship -- will take part in exercises to be held from Tuesday in the northern part of the Sea of Japan, east of Vladivostok, according to the Russian navy.
The arrival of the guided-missile destroyer USS McFaul yesterday is a strong signal of support for an embattled ally.
A sight never to be seen again: HRH Princess Alexandra, topped by her fashionable chicken-wire 'titfer', arrives on the Royal Train at Birkenhead Woodside station, to launch the Royal Navy's first guided-missile destroyer, HMS Devonshire (armed with Seaslugs and Seacats), at Cammell Laird, in June, 1960.
The arrival of the guided-missile destroyer USS McFaul is a strong signal of support for an embattled ally.
The B-52s fired 13 missiles, with the rest coming from the guided-missile destroyer USS Laboon and the cruiser USS Shilo.