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BATH , Maine (Dec. 14, 2012) The 1,000-ton deckhouse of the future destroyer USS Zumwalt (DDG 1000) is craned toward the deck of the ship to be integrated with the ship's hull at General Dynamics Bath Iron Works. The ship launch and christening are planned in 2013. (U.S. Navy photo/Released)
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BATH , Maine (Dec. 14, 2012) The 1,000-ton deckhouse of the future destroyer USS Zumwalt (DDG 1000) is craned toward the deck of the ship to be integrated with the ship's hull at General Dynamics Bath Iron Works. The ship launch and christening are planned in 2013. (U.S. Navy photo/Released)
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NORFOLK (Nov. 6, 2012) The deckhouse for the future USS Zumwalt (DDG 1000) sits on a barge at Norfolk Naval Station after being diverted due to weather during transit from Huntington Ingalls Industries' Gulfport Facility in Mississippi to General Dynamics-Bath Iron Works shipyard in Maine. The DDG 1000-class destroyer is designed for sustained operations in the littorals and a land attack, and will provide independent forward presence and deterrence, support special operations forces, and operate as an integral part of joint and combined expeditionary focus. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Zachary S. Welch/Released)
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NORFOLK (Nov. 6, 2012) The deckhouse for the future USS Zumwalt (DDG 1000) sits on a barge at Norfolk Naval Station after being diverted due to weather during transit from Huntington Ingalls Industries' Gulfport Facility in Mississippi to General Dynamics-Bath Iron Works shipyard in Maine. The DDG 1000-class destroyer is designed for sustained operations in the littorals and a land attack, and will provide independent forward presence and deterrence, support special operations forces, and operate as an integral part of joint and combined expeditionary focus. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Zachary S. Welch/Released)
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WASHINGTON (April 16, 2012) Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) the Honorable Ray Mabus announces the next Zumwalt-class destroyer will be named the USS Lyndon B. Johnson during a ceremony at the Pentagon. The selection of Lyndon B. Johnson, designated DDG 1002, continues the Navy tradition of naming ships after presidents and honors the nation's 36th president. The ship's sponsors, Linda Byrd and Luci Baines Johnson, daughters of the former president were present during the unveiling. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Sam Shavers/Released)
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WASHINGTON (April 16, 2012) Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) the Honorable Ray Mabus announces the next Zumwalt-class destroyer will be named the USS Lyndon B. Johnson during a ceremony at the Pentagon. The selection of Lyndon B. Johnson, designated DDG 1002, continues the Navy tradition of naming ships after presidents and honors the nation's 36th president. The ship's sponsors, Linda Byrd and Luci Baines Johnson, daughters of the former president were present during the unveiling. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Sam Shavers/Released)
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WASHINGTON (April 16, 2012) Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) the Honorable Ray Mabus announces the next Zumwalt-class destroyer will be named the USS Lyndon B. Johnson during a ceremony at the Pentagon. The selection of Lyndon B. Johnson, designated DDG 1002, continues the Navy tradition of naming ships after presidents and honors the nation's 36th president. The ship's sponsors, Linda Byrd and Luci Baines Johnson, daughters of the former president were present during the unveiling. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Sam Shavers/Released)
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WASHINGTON (April 16, 2012) An artist rendering of the Zumwalt-class guided-missile destroyer USS Lyndon B. Johnson (DDG 1002). (U.S. Navy photo illustration by Lt. Shawn Eklund/Released)
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BATH, Maine (April 4, 2012) The President of Bath Iron Works (BIW) Jeff Geiger thanks the men and women of BIW for their dedication as Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Jonathan Greenert applauds during the Start of Fabrication ceremony for Zumwalt-class destroyer DDG 1002. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Peter D. Lawlor/Released)
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BATH, Maine (Nov. 17, 2011) Jeffrey S, Geiger, president of General Dynamics Bath Iron Works delivers remarks during the keel laying ceremony for the Zumwalt-class destroyer DDG 1000. The Zumwalt-class is a new class of multi-mission U.S. Navy surface combatant ship designed to operate as part of a joint maritime fleet, assisting Marine strike forces ashore as well as performing littoral, air and sub-surface warfare.  U.S. Navy photo courtesy General Dynamics Bath Iron Works, Michael C. Nutter (Released)
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BATH, Maine (Nov. 17, 2011) Ann Zumwalt, left, Bath Iron Works welder Carl Pepin, retired Marine Corps Lt. Col. James G. Zumwalt, and Mouzetta Zumwalt-Weathers pose for a photo next to a special steel plate containing the initials of the four children of Adm. Elmo R. Zumwalt during a keel-laying ceremony for the Zumwalt-class destroyer DDG 1000. (U.S. Navy photo courtesy General Dynamics Bath Iron Works, Michael C. Nutter/Released)
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BATH, Maine (Nov. 17, 2011) The keel plate for the Zumwalt-class destroyer DDG 1000, authenticated by Ann Zumwalt, Mouzetta Zumwalt-Weathers, ship's co-sponsors, Marine Corps Lt. Col. James G. Zumwalt, and Elmo R. Zumwalt III. The Zumwalt-class destroyers will be a new class of multi-mission U.S. Navy surface combatant ship designed to operate as part of a joint maritime fleet. (U.S. Navy photo courtesy General Dynamics Bath Iron Works, Michael C. Nutter/Released)
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BATH, Maine (Nov. 17, 2011) Bath Iron Works welder Carl Pepin, left, helps Ann Zumwalt with protective clothing before striking a welding arc on a special steel plate for the Zumwalt class destroyer DDG 1000. The plate will have the initials of the four children of Adm. Elmo R. Zumwalt,  Ann Zumwalt, Mouzetta Zumwalt-Weathers, the ship's co-sponsors, Retired Marine Corps Lt. Col. James G. Zumwalt, and Elmo R. Zumwalt, III. (U.S. Navy photo courtesy General Dynamics Bath Iron Works, Michael C. Nutter/Released)
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NEW YORK (Oct. 29, 2008) A photo illustration of the Zumwalt-class destroyer  USS Michael Monsoor (DDG 1001). The ship will be named after Master-at-Arms 2nd Class Michael Monsoor (SEAL) who was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor for his actions during combat on Sept. 29, 2006 in Ar Ramadi, Iraq. (U.S. Navy illustration by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Kevin S. O'Brien/Released)
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NEW YORK (Oct. 29, 2008) Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) the Honorable Dr. Donald C. Winter announces the naming of the Zumwalt-class destroyer USS Michael Monsoor (DDG 1001) during the 3rd Annual Navy SEAL Warrior Fund Benefit Gala in New York.  Master-at-Arms 2nd Class Michael Monsoor (SEAL)  was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor for his actions during combat on Sept. 29, 2006 in Ar Ramadi, Iraq. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Kevin S. O'Brien (Released)
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An artist rendering of the Zumwalt class destroyer DDG 1000, a new class of multi-mission U.S. Navy surface combatant ship designed to operate as part of a joint maritime fleet, assisting Marine strike forces ashore as well as performing littoral, air and sub-surface warfare. (U.S. Navy photo illustration/Released)
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WASHINGTON (Feb. 14, 2008) A model of the DDG 1000 Zumwalt Class destroyer to be built by Bath Iron Works and Northrop Grumman Shipbuilding is displayed during a contract signing ceremony at the Pentagon. Both companies signed $1.4 billion  construction contracts with the Navy as part of the Navy dual lead-ship strategy to introduce the new class of destroyer that will deliver improved warfighting capabilities, continued forward presence and combat power for the surface Navy. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Dustin Gates (Released)
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WASHINGTON (Feb. 14, 2008) Capt. James Syring, DDG 1000 program manager, left, Rear Adm. Victor Guillory, director of surface warfare, Brian Cuccias, vice-president and DDG 1000 program manager for Northrop Grumman Shipbuilding, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Ships Allison Stiller, Dirk Lesko, vice-president and DDG 1000 program manager for Bath Iron Works, and Rear Adm. Charles Goddard, program executive officer for ships stand behind a model of the DDG 1000 Zumwalt Class destroyer at a contract signing ceremony at the Pentagon. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Dustin Gates (Released)
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WASHINGTON (Feb. 14, 2008) Susan Tomaiko, left, contracting officer for Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA), and Dirk Lesko, vice president and DDG 1000 program manager for Bath Iron Works, sign a $1.4 billion construction contract for the DDG 1000 Zumwalt Class destroyer at a contract signing ceremony at the Pentagon. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Dustin Gates (Released)
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WASHINGTON (Feb. 14, 2008) Susan Tomaiko, left, contracting officer for Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA), and Brian Cuccias, vice president and DDG 1000 program manager for Northrup Grumman Shipbuilding, sign the $1.4 billion construction contract for the DDG 1000 Zumwalt Class destroyer at a contract signing ceremony at the Pentagon. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Dustin Gates (Released)
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