U.K. Orders First Six Daring-Class AAW DDGs

Preston, Antony
September 2001
Sea Power;Sep2001, Vol. 44 Issue 9, p35
Reports that the British Ministry of Defence has ordered several Type 45 Daring-class anti-air warfare destroyers. Role of BAE Systems and Vosper Thornycroft in the construction of the warfare destroyers; Plans for the HMS Daring ship.


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