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CG 47 Ticonderoga  
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1983
Total Production: 5
Unitary Cost: USD$1.0 billion
Origin: United States of America
Corporations: General Dynamics and Northrop Grumman
Parent System: CG 47 Ticonderoga
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1983
Total Production: 27
Total Cost: USD$27 billion
Family Members: CG 47 (VLS)
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Description: The CG 47 Ticonderoga class cruisers were designed to perform anti-air warfare (AAW), anti-surface warfare (ASuW), and anti-ship warfare (ASW) supporting carrier strike groups, amphibious forces, or operating independently and as flagships of surface action groups. These ships can be armed with Tomahawk cruise missiles achieving a long range strike capability.

The Ticonderoga-class cruisers were the first US Navy to be equipped with the AEGIS combat system. The SPY-1 radar and the Standard SM-2 missiles give to the Ticonderoga cruisers and unprecedented anti-air warfare capability, even against multiple airborne threats. Ticonderoga cruisers were employed for the first time during operation Desert Storm against Iraq. Since then, the Ticonderoga cruisers have been deployed in several conflicts demonstrating their capabilities as fleet escort and their land-attack capability using Tomahawk cruise missiles.

The first five Ticonderoga cruisers (CG 47 through CG 51) were equipped with 4 Mk 26 missile launcher ramps. They feature the SPY-1A radar system.

On 3 August 2004, the USS Ticonderoga returned to its homeport at Naval Station Pascagoula after completing its final and most successful deployment. The ship was decommissioned on 30 September 2004 after 21 years since she was commissioned.

The second Ticonderoga-class guided missile cruiser, named USS Yorktown, was decommissioned at Naval Station Pascagoula on December 3, 2004, after more than 20 years of service. The third cruiser, USS Vincennes (CG 49), was decommissioned on 29 June 2005 at Naval Base San Diego, California.

CG 47 Ticonderoga Specifications

Crew: 364
Number of Engines: 4
Number of Weapons: 130
Torpedo Tubes: 6
Dimensions
Length: 173 meter (567 foot)
Main Gun Caliber: 127 millimeter
Ship's Height: 16.8 meter
Power
Total Combined Power: 80,000 shp (60 MW)
Speed
Top Speed: 15.4 mps (30 knot)
Time
Service Life: 21 year
Weight
Full Displacement: 9,600 ton
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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CG 47 Ticonderoga News

There are 2 news between
3 Apr 2003 and 9 Sep 2014
Tuesday, September 9, 2014Tactical Tomahawk Enhancements Showcased in Back-to-Back Flight Tests
Thursday, April 3, 2003Track Testing of Latest Aegis Weapon System Completed

Operators & Related Equipment


OperatorsItems

Grand Total 51
Cannons & Gear
Mk 45x2
Defensive Weapons
Standard SM-2 Block II
Standard SM-2 Block III
Standard SM-2 Block IIIA
Offensive Weapons
RGM-84D Harpoonx8
Propulsion Systems
LM2500x4
Protection Systems
AEGIS
AN/SLQ-25A SSTD
AN/SQQ-89
Mk 15 Phalanx Block 0x2
Sensor Systems
AN/SPQ-9A
AN/SPY-1Ax4
AN/SQS-53Cx1
Support Aircraft
SH-60B Seahawkx2

CG 47 Ticonderoga Ship Listing


SerialNameStatusLaunch DateCommissionDecommission
CG 47 USS Ticonderoga-198330 Sep 2004
CG 48 USS Yorktown-19843 Dec 2004
CG 49 USS Vicennes-198529 Jun 2005
CG 50 USS Valley Forge-198630 Aug 2004
CG 51 USS Thomas S. Gates-198716 Dec 2005

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