Three DDGs to Be Named For Legendary Naval Heroes

March 2003
Sea Power;Mar2003, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p25
Reports on christening of the Burke-class guided missile destroyers by U.S. Secretary of the Navy Gordon R. England. Selection of the names of legendary admirals in naval history; Construction of the warship Halsey by Northrop Grumman; Commemoration of the first admiral, David Glasgow Farragut.


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