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New Navy Ship Radar: 35-Times More Powerful Track of Enemy Fire

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he Navy has nearly finished design work on a fleet of high-tech ,newly-engineered guided missile destroyers intended to accommodate emerging weapons such as lasers, rail guns and advanced radar able to detect attacking anti-ship cruise missiles from more than twice the distance, service officials said.

Navy officials with Naval Sea Systems Command tell Scout Warrior that design work is almost completed for the services’ Flight III DDG 51 Arleigh Burke-Class Destroyers – warships slated to enter service in the 2020s.

The new destroyers are engineered with advanced sensors, weapons, ship-defenses and radar technologies to keep pace with emerging threats and help the Navy maintain technological superiority over potential adversaries, Navy developers said.   http://scout.com/military/warrior/Article/New-Navy-Destroyer-Radar-35-Times-More-Powerful-Detection-of-Ene-106486253

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