Cruiser Updates Begin

Walsh, Edward J.
February 2008
U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Feb2008, Vol. 134 Issue 2, p86
Conference Proceeding
The article offers information on various developments related to the U.S. Naval forces. It is mentioned that the U.S. naval forces has plans to soon start the development work of updating the Ticonderoga-class Aegis guided-missile cruiser Bunker Hill (CG-52). However, it is mentioned that this would be the first step in a year-long updating of the ship's machinery, the Aegis weapon system, and shipboard weapons and sensors.


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