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Could America's Old Battleships Sink the Navy's New 'Stealth' Destroyers?

No one has ever hit an Iowa class battleship with 150 6” shells over the course of 30 minutes. Undoubtedly, Wisconsin’s armor would provide a great deal of protection from 6” shells armed with fragmentation (rather than armor piercing) warheads. The Wisconsin is armored against 16”/45 shells, which are much heavier and have much greater penetrating power than the land attack munitions fired by Zumwalt.
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