A sailor walks on the bridge of the USS Zumwalt while at dock at the naval station in Newport, R.I., Friday, Sept. 9, 2016. The 610-foot-long warship has an angular shape to minimize its radar signature and cost more than $4.4 billion. It's the most expensive destroyer built for the Navy.
A sailor walks on the bridge of the USS Zumwalt while at dock at the naval station in Newport, R.I., Friday, Sept. 9, 2016. The 610-foot-long warship has an angular shape to minimize its radar signature and cost more than $4.4 billion. It's the most expensive destroyer built for the Navy. Michael Dwyer AP
A sailor walks on the bridge of the USS Zumwalt while at dock at the naval station in Newport, R.I., Friday, Sept. 9, 2016. The 610-foot-long warship has an angular shape to minimize its radar signature and cost more than $4.4 billion. It's the most expensive destroyer built for the Navy. Michael Dwyer AP
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U.S. Navy’s futuristic $4.4B Zumwalt destroyer sets sail

September 09, 2016 01:29 PM

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