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MARINETTE, Wis. (July 30, 2008) The first U.S. Navy Littoral Combat Ship, Freedom (LCS 1), the inaugural ship in an entirely new class of U.S. Navy surface warships , is seen underway during day two of Builders Trials. The ship is designed for littoral, or close-to-shore, operations and to provide access and dominance in coastal-water areas.  (Photo provided courtesy Lockheed Martin /Released)
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MARINETTE, Wis. (July 30, 2008) The first U.S. Navy Littoral Combat Ship, Freedom (LCS 1), the inaugural ship in an entirely new class of U.S. Navy surface warships , is seen underway during day two of Builders Trials. The ship is designed for littoral, or close-to-shore, operations and to provide access and dominance in coastal-water areas.  (Photo provided courtesy Lockheed Martin /Released)
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MARINETTE, Wis. (July 30, 2008) The first U.S. Navy Littoral Combat Ship, Freedom (LCS 1), the inaugural ship in an entirely new class of U.S. Navy surface warships , is seen underway during day two of Builders Trials. The ship is designed for littoral, or close-to-shore, operations and to provide access and dominance in coastal-water areas.  (Photo provided courtesy Lockheed Martin /Released)
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MARINETTE, Wis. (July 29, 2008) The first U.S. Navy Littoral Combat Ship, Freedom (LCS 1)  the inaugural ship in an entirely new class of U.S. Navy surface warships  is seen underway during day two of Builders Trials. The ship is designed for littoral, or close-to-shore, operations and to provide access and dominance in coastal-water areas.  Photo provided courtesy Lockheed Martin (Released)
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MARINETTE, Wis. (July 28, 2008) The future USS Freedom (LCS 1), the first ship in the Navy's new Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) class, is underway Monday, July 28, 2008 to begin Builder's Trials in Lake Michigan. Builder's Trials test propulsion, communications, navigation and mission systems. 

LCS is a fast, agile, focused-mission ship designed to defeat threats such as mines, quiet diesel submarines and fast surface craft. The 378-foot future USS Freedom is being designed and built by a Lockheed Martin-led industry team. 

Following the completion of Builder's Trials, Freedom will return to Marinette Marine to prepare for Acceptance Trials that will be conducted by the U.S. Navy's Board of Inspection and Survey. 

LCS 1 is scheduled to be delivered to the Navy later this year and will be homeported in San Diego, Calif. 

The LCS 1 Freedom class consists of two different hullforms  a semiplaning monohull and an aluminum trimaran  designed and built by two industry teams, respectively led by Lockheed Martin and General Dynamics. The seaframes will be outfitted with reconfigurable payloads, called Mission Packages, which can be changed out quickly. These mission packages focus on three mission areas: mine counter measures (MCM), surface warfare (SUW) and anti-submarine warfare (ASW). (Photo courtesy Lockheed-Martin/Released)
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MARINETTE, Wis. (July 28, 2008) The future USS Freedom (LCS 1), the first ship in the Navy's new Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) class, is underway Monday, July 28, 2008 to begin Builder's Trials in Lake Michigan. Builder's Trials test propulsion, communications, navigation and mission systems. 

LCS is a fast, agile, focused-mission ship designed to defeat threats such as mines, quiet diesel submarines and fast surface craft. The 378-foot future USS Freedom is being designed and built by a Lockheed Martin-led industry team. 

Following the completion of Builder's Trials, Freedom will return to Marinette Marine to prepare for Acceptance Trials that will be conducted by the U.S. Navy's Board of Inspection and Survey. 

LCS 1 is scheduled to be delivered to the Navy later this year and will be homeported in San Diego, Calif. 

The LCS 1 Freedom class consists of two different hullforms  a semiplaning monohull and an aluminum trimaran  designed and built by two industry teams, respectively led by Lockheed Martin and General Dynamics. The seaframes will be outfitted with reconfigurable payloads, called Mission Packages, which can be changed out quickly. These mission packages focus on three mission areas: mine counter measures (MCM), surface warfare (SUW) and anti-submarine warfare (ASW). (Photo courtesy Lockheed-Martin/Released)
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MARINETTE, Wis. (July 28, 2008) The future USS Freedom (LCS 1), the first ship in the Navy's new Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) class, is underway Monday, July 28, 2008 to begin Builder's Trials in Lake Michigan. Builder's Trials test propulsion, communications, navigation and mission systems. 

LCS is a fast, agile, focused-mission ship designed to defeat threats such as mines, quiet diesel submarines and fast surface craft. The 378-foot future USS Freedom is being designed and built by a Lockheed Martin-led industry team. 

Following the completion of Builder's Trials, Freedom will return to Marinette Marine to prepare for Acceptance Trials that will be conducted by the U.S. Navy's Board of Inspection and Survey. 

LCS 1 is scheduled to be delivered to the Navy later this year and will be homeported in San Diego, Calif. 

The LCS 1 Freedom class consists of two different hullforms  a semiplaning monohull and an aluminum trimaran  designed and built by two industry teams, respectively led by Lockheed Martin and General Dynamics. The seaframes will be outfitted with reconfigurable payloads, called Mission Packages, which can be changed out quickly. These mission packages focus on three mission areas: mine counter measures (MCM), surface warfare (SUW) and anti-submarine warfare (ASW). (Photo courtesy Lockheed-Martin/Released)
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MARINETTE, Wis. (July 28, 2008) The future USS Freedom (LCS 1), the first ship in the Navy's new Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) class, is underway Monday, July 28, 2008 to begin Builder's Trials in Lake Michigan. Builder's Trials test propulsion, communications, navigation and mission systems. 

LCS is a fast, agile, focused-mission ship designed to defeat threats such as mines, quiet diesel submarines and fast surface craft. The 378-foot future USS Freedom is being designed and built by a Lockheed Martin-led industry team. 

Following the completion of Builder's Trials, Freedom will return to Marinette Marine to prepare for Acceptance Trials that will be conducted by the U.S. Navy's Board of Inspection and Survey. 

LCS 1 is scheduled to be delivered to the Navy later this year and will be homeported in San Diego, Calif. 

The LCS 1 Freedom class consists of two different hullforms  a semiplaning monohull and an aluminum trimaran  designed and built by two industry teams, respectively led by Lockheed Martin and General Dynamics. The seaframes will be outfitted with reconfigurable payloads, called Mission Packages, which can be changed out quickly. These mission packages focus on three mission areas: mine counter measures (MCM), surface warfare (SUW) and anti-submarine warfare (ASW). (Photo courtesy Lockheed-Martin/Released)
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MARINETTE, Wis. (July 28, 2008) The future USS Freedom (LCS 1), the first ship in the Navy's new Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) class, is underway Monday, July 28, 2008 to begin Builder's Trials in Lake Michigan. Builder's Trials test propulsion, communications, navigation and mission systems. 

LCS is a fast, agile, focused-mission ship designed to defeat threats such as mines, quiet diesel submarines and fast surface craft. The 378-foot future USS Freedom is being designed and built by a Lockheed Martin-led industry team. 

Following the completion of Builder's Trials, Freedom will return to Marinette Marine to prepare for Acceptance Trials that will be conducted by the U.S. Navy's Board of Inspection and Survey. 

LCS 1 is scheduled to be delivered to the Navy later this year and will be homeported in San Diego, Calif. 

The LCS 1 Freedom class consists of two different hullforms  a semiplaning monohull and an aluminum trimaran  designed and built by two industry teams, respectively led by Lockheed Martin and General Dynamics. The seaframes will be outfitted with reconfigurable payloads, called Mission Packages, which can be changed out quickly. These mission packages focus on three mission areas: mine counter measures (MCM), surface warfare (SUW) and anti-submarine warfare (ASW). (Photo courtesy Lockheed-Martin/Released)
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MARINETTE, Wis. (July 28, 2008) The future USS Freedom (LCS 1), the first ship in the Navy's new Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) class, is underway Monday, July 28, 2008 to begin Builder's Trials in Lake Michigan. Builder's Trials test propulsion, communications, navigation and mission systems. 

LCS is a fast, agile, focused-mission ship designed to defeat threats such as mines, quiet diesel submarines and fast surface craft. The 378-foot future USS Freedom is being designed and built by a Lockheed Martin-led industry team. 

Following the completion of Builder's Trials, Freedom will return to Marinette Marine to prepare for Acceptance Trials that will be conducted by the U.S. Navy's Board of Inspection and Survey. 

LCS 1 is scheduled to be delivered to the Navy later this year and will be homeported in San Diego, Calif. 

The LCS 1 Freedom class consists of two different hullforms  a semiplaning monohull and an aluminum trimaran  designed and built by two industry teams, respectively led by Lockheed Martin and General Dynamics. The seaframes will be outfitted with reconfigurable payloads, called Mission Packages, which can be changed out quickly. These mission packages focus on three mission areas: mine counter measures (MCM), surface warfare (SUW) and anti-submarine warfare (ASW). (Photo courtesy Lockheed-Martin/Released)
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MARINETTE, Wis. (July 28, 2008) The nation's first Littoral Combat Ship, Freedom (LCS 1)  the inaugural ship in an entirely new class of U.S. Navy surface warships  underway for the first time during day one of the ship's Builders Trials. The agile 377-foot Freedom -- designed and built by a team led by Lockheed Martin -- will help the U.S. Navy defeat growing littoral,  or close-to-shore, threats and provide access and dominance in coastal water battle-space. Displacing 3,000 metric tons and with a capability of reaching speeds well over 40 knots, Freedom will be a fast, maneuverable and networked surface combatant with operational flexibility to execute focused missions, such as mine warfare, anti-submarine warfare, surface warfare and humanitarian relief. Photo provided courtesy Lockheed Martin (Released)
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MARINETTE, Wis. (July 28, 2008) The nation's first Littoral Combat Ship, Freedom (LCS 1)  the inaugural ship in an entirely new class of U.S. Navy surface warships  underway for the first time during day one of the ship's Builders Trials. The agile 377-foot Freedom -- designed and built by a team led by Lockheed Martin -- will help the U.S. Navy defeat growing littoral,  or close-to-shore, threats and provide access and dominance in coastal water battle-space. Displacing 3,000 metric tons and with a capability of reaching speeds well over 40 knots, Freedom will be a fast, maneuverable and networked surface combatant with operational flexibility to execute focused missions, such as mine warfare, anti-submarine warfare, surface warfare and humanitarian relief. Photo provided courtesy Lockheed Martin (Released)
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MARINETTE, Wis. (July 28, 2008) The nation's first Littoral Combat Ship, Freedom (LCS 1)  the inaugural ship in an entirely new class of U.S. Navy surface warships  underway for the first time during day one of the ship's Builders Trials. The agile 377-foot Freedom -- designed and built by a team led by Lockheed Martin -- will help the U.S. Navy defeat growing littoral,  or close-to-shore, threats and provide access and dominance in coastal water battle-space. Displacing 3,000 metric tons and with a capability of reaching speeds well over 40 knots, Freedom will be a fast, maneuverable and networked surface combatant with operational flexibility to execute focused missions, such as mine warfare, anti-submarine warfare, surface warfare and humanitarian relief. Photo provided courtesy Lockheed Martin (Released)
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Marinette, Wis. (Sept. 23, 2006)  The nations first littoral combat ship, USS Freedom (LCS 1)  the inaugural ship in an entirely new class of U.S. Navy surface warships  makes a spectacular side launch during her christening at the Marinette Marine shipyard. The agile 377-foot Freedom -- designed and built by a team led by Lockheed Martin -- will help the U.S. Navy defeat growing littoral, or close-to-shore, threats and provide access and dominance in coastal water battle-space. Displacing 3,000 metric tons and with a capability of reaching speeds well over 40 knots, Freedom will be a fast, maneuverable and networked surface combatant with operational flexibility to execute focused missions, such as mine warfare, anti-submarine warfare, surface warfare and humanitarian relief. Photo released courtesy Lockheed Martin.
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Marinette, Wis. (Sept. 23, 2006)  The nations first littoral combat ship, USS Freedom (LCS 1)  the inaugural ship in an entirely new class of U.S. Navy surface warships  makes a spectacular side launch during her christening at the Marinette Marine shipyard. The christening ceremony included the traditional smashing of a champagne bottle across the ship's bow, performed by ship's sponsor Birgit Smith. The agile 377-foot Freedom -- designed and built by a team led by Lockheed Martin -- will help the U.S. Navy defeat growing littoral, or close-to-shore, threats and provide access and dominance in coastal water battle-space. Displacing 3,000 metric tons and with a capability of reaching speeds well over 40 knots, Freedom will be a fast, maneuverable and networked surface combatant with operational flexibility to execute focused missions, such as mine warfare, anti-submarine warfare, surface warfare and humanitarian relief. Photo released courtesy Lockheed Martin.
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Marinette, Wis. (Sept. 23, 2006)  The nations first littoral combat ship, USS Freedom (LCS 1)  the inaugural ship in an entirely new class of U.S. Navy surface warships  sits afloat following a spectacular side launch during her christening at the Marinette Marine shipyard.  The agile 377-foot Freedom -- designed and built by a team led by Lockheed Martin -- will help the U.S. Navy defeat growing littoral, or close-to-shore, threats and provide access and dominance in coastal water battle-space.  Displacing 3,000 metric tons and with a capability of reaching speeds well over 40 knots, Freedom will be a fast, maneuverable and networked surface combatant with operational flexibility to execute focused missions, such as mine warfare, anti-submarine warfare, surface warfare and humanitarian relief. Photo released courtesy Lockheed Martin.
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Marinette, Wis. (Sept. 23, 2006)  The nations first littoral combat ship, USS Freedom (LCS 1)  the inaugural ship in an entirely new class of U.S. Navy surface warships  prepares to make a side launch during her christening at the Marinette Marine shipyard.  The agile 377-foot Freedom -- designed and built by a team led by Lockheed Martin -- will help the U.S. Navy defeat growing littoral, or close-to-shore, threats and provide access and dominance in coastal water battle-space.  Displacing 3,000 metric tons and with a capability of reaching speeds well over 40 knots, Freedom will be a fast, maneuverable and networked surface combatant with operational flexibility to execute focused missions, such as mine warfare, anti-submarine warfare, surface warfare and humanitarian relief. Photo released courtesy Lockheed Martin.
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Marinette, Wis. (Sept. 23, 2006)  The nations first littoral combat ship, USS Freedom (LCS 1)  the inaugural ship in an entirely new class of U.S. Navy surface warships  makes a spectacular side launch during her christening at the Marinette Marine shipyard.  The agile 377-foot Freedom -- designed and built by a team led by Lockheed Martin -- will help the U.S. Navy defeat growing littoral, or close-to-shore, threats and provide access and dominance in coastal water battle-space.  Displacing 3,000 metric tons and with a capability of reaching speeds well over 40 knots, Freedom will be a fast, maneuverable and networked surface combatant with operational flexibility to execute focused missions, such as mine warfare, anti-submarine warfare, surface warfare and humanitarian relief. Photo released courtesy Lockheed Martin.
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Marinette, Wis. (Sept. 8, 2006) - The first littoral combat ship, USS Freedom (LCS 1), is shown under construction in Marinette, Wis. LCS is a new class of ship designed to be a fast, agile and networked warship able to execute focused missions to defeat shallow water threats such as mines, diesel-electric submarines and fast surface crafts. Freedom is scheduled to be christened on Sept. 23, 2006. Photo courtesy of Lockheed Martin Corporation (RELEASED)
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Marinette, Wis. (Aug. 16, 2006) - The first littoral combat ship, USS Freedom (LCS 1), is shown under construction in Marinette, Wis. LCS is a new class of ship designed to be a fast, agile and networked warship able to execute focused missions to defeat shallow water threats such as mines, diesel-electric submarines and fast surface crafts. Freedom is scheduled to be christened on Sept. 23, 2006. Photo courtesy of Lockheed Martin Corporation (RELEASED)
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