U.S. Navy Going With Steel Deckhouse For DDG-1002

The U.S. Navy has opted for a steel deckhouse for its next DDG-1000 Zumwalt-class destroyer, after years of touting composite deckhouses as a way to keep the ship lighter and stealthier. The Navy inked a $212 million contract earlier this month with General Dynamics – Bath Iron Works (BIW) to design...

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