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U.S. Navy’s New High Tech Destroyer Suffers ‘Engineering Casualty’

The U.S. Navy’s new high tech destroyer has been sidelined for repairs after suffering a seawater leak in its propulsion system less than a month before its expected commissioning. The U.S. Navy confirmed via a statement to USNI News that the future USS Zumwalt, the largest and most technologically advanced destroyer ever built for the Navy, suffered […] The post U.S. Navy’s New High Tech Destroyer Suffers ‘Engineering Casualty’ appeared first on gCaptain.
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