The US Navy Aegis guided missile destroyer, William P Lawrence (DDG 110), has successfully completed its super trial in the Gulf of Mexico.
During the trial, the ship’s weapons, communications and propulsion systems were tested and other inspections were conducted that included habitability, water purification and food preparation.
The Northrop-built vessel has a displacement capacity of 9,200t, is powered by four gas-turbine propulsion plants and can cruise at a speed of 30kt.
The multimission destroyer has been designed to conduct missions that range from peacetime presence and crisis management to sea control and power projection.
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