Second Littoral Combat Ship Gets Back Under Way After Problem

The second Littoral Combat Ship (LCS-2) had to cut short a June 21 underway because of a “minor engineering disruption,” U.S. Navy officials say, but was able to get back to sea June 24. The disruption occurred very shortly after the USS Independence started to get under way in San Diego, officials...

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