Navy's New Zumwalt-Class Stealth Destroyer Helps Save Fishing Boat Skipper On First Outing

The Navy’s new stealthy super-destroyer, the soon to be named USS Zumwalt (DDG-1000), already has something to be proud of, even though it just left port on its first set of sea trials last week. Early Saturday morning the intimidating-looking surface combatant assisted in a rescue operation of a nearby fishing boat…

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Here's The First Video Of The Navy's New Zumwalt-Class Destroyer Cruising Through Open Sea

Look at how she slices, look at how she dices! Look at how she seems to take millimeter-high waves without falling over at all! This is the United States Navy’s new Zumwalt-class destroyer, and after we saw it in still photos putting out to open sea for the first of its builders’ trials before delivery, here’s the…

This Is The Navy's New Zumwalt-Class Destroyer Out At Sea For The Very First Time

Pre-Commissioning Unit Zumwalt, soon to be known as the USS Zumwalt, is the United States Navy’s newest and most advanced surface warfare ship. It’s almost an experiment in its own right, with only three ships planned, only 60 percent of the crew of a regular destroyer, and enough power to feed railguns and lasers…