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Arleigh Burke Class (Aegis) Destroyer

The first Arleigh Burke Class Aegis destroyer was commissioned in 1991. Contracts for the destroyers were split between the Northrop Grumman Ship Systems (formerly Litton Ingalls Shipbuilding) (28 ships), based in Pascagoula, Mississippi and the General Dynamics subsidiary, Bath Iron Works, based in Maine (34 ships).

P-8A Poseidon Maritime Surveillance Aircraft

In June 2004, the US Navy announced the selection of the Boeing multimission maritime aircraft, 737 MMA, and awarded a contract to Boeing for the system development and demonstration phase of the programme for the US Navy's next-generation maritime surveillance aircraft.

June’s top news stories

Australia to buy six MQ-4C Triton UAS from US Navy for $1.4bn, Spain requests $860.4m sale of Aegis weapons systems from the US, and the Royal Navy's HMS Queen Elizabeth conducts maiden replenishment at sea. Naval-technology.com wraps up key headlines from June 2018.

Hobart Class Air Warfare Destroyers

The Hobart-class air warfare destroyers (AWD) are being built by AWD Alliance for the Royal Australian Navy (RAN). The air warfare destroyer programme, known as SEA 4000, will deliver three advanced multirole warships to replace the FFGs of the RAN.

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