Wednesday, December 9, 2015

US Navy's largest stealth destroyer on its maiden voyage

After stealth aircraft, the US armed forces get a force multiplier as its inducts its first and largest ever stealth destroyer. Its unique angular design is intended to fool radars into classing it as a fishing vessel.

The 600-foot-long destroyer USS Zumwalt sailed out of Bath Iron Works in Maine on Monday morning on its maiden journey along the Kennebec River to the Atlantic.

It has taken four years to build this 15,000 tons heavy stealth ship at an estimated cost of $4.3 billion.

Watch the video of the ship:

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