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DDG 51 Flight IIA  
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 2000
Total Production: 45
Unitary Cost: USD$1.2 billion
Also Known As: DDG 79 USS Oscar Austin
Origin: United States of America
Corporations: Bath Iron Works and Huntington Ingalls Industries
Parent System: DDG 51 Arleigh A Burke
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1991
Total Production: 80
Production Cost: USD$94 billion
Total Cost: USD$94 billion
Family Members: DDG 51 Flight I, DDG 51 Flight II and DDG 51 Flight III
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Description: The DDG 51 class destroyers have been designed to support carrier strike groups, surface action groups, amphibious groups and replenishment groups. They perform primarily Anti-Air Warfare (AAW) with secondary land attack, Anti-Submarine (ASW) and Anti-Surface Warfare (ASuW) capabilities. The Mk 41 vertical launch system has expanded the role of the destroyer in strike warfare, as well as their overall performance.

The DDG 51 class destroyers, as well as their European counterparts such as Horizon, F100, F124, Type 45 and De Zeven Provincien, are the most powerful surface combatants ever put to sea. The DDG 51 class destroyers incorporate all-steel construction and utilize gas turbine propulsion. They feature the AEGIS (Mk 7) weapon system with the AN/SPY-1D radar system (SPY-1D(V) in late production models), the AN/SQQ-89 undersea warfare system, the bow-mounted AN/SQS-53C sonar, and Mk 41 vertical launch systems for up to 96 Standard missiles and other missile types.

For enhanced survivability the DDG 51 class destroyers feature extensive armor located around vital combat systems and machinery spaces. Infrared, Acoustic, and Radar Cross Sections signatures have been reduced and the ship has been hardened against Electro-Magnetic Pulse and over-pressure damage. Protection against Nuclear, Biological and Chemical (NBC) agents has also been provided.

The first DDG 51 class destroyer was deployed by the US Navy in 1991. They replaced Charles F. Adams and Farragut-class destroyers and will replace partially current Spruance and Perry-class ships by 2010. They have been deployed during military operations over the former Yugoslavia, Sudan, Afghanistan, and Iraq assuming the land-attack role using Tomahawk cruise missiles.

The US Navy plans to procure up to 63 DDG-51 class destroyers through 2010. However, these plans could change depending on DD(X) destroyers availability. The DDG 51 will become the backbone of the American Surface combatants fleet well into the 21st century. As of early 2011, the US Navy plans call for the procurement of 75 DDG 51 class destroyers.

Introduced in 2000, the DDG 51 Flight IIA ships incorporate two hangars for two SH-60B helicopters as well as aircraft facilities. The latest Burke-class ships also feature a zonal electrical system, an advanced water purification system, and other shipboard improvements. The US Navy is commissioned 40 destroyers of this class between 2000 and 2022 thus becoming the backbone of its naval surface fighting force deployable worldwide.

Bath Iron Works, a General Dynamics company, was awarded a $562 million contract for the construction of the final Burke-class destroyer, known as DDG 112, on January 21, 2005. DDG 112, the 34th ship of this class built by Bath Iron Works, is expected to be delivered to the US Navy by December 2010. The ship is part of fiscal year 2002-2005 multi-year procurement contract which was originally awarded in September 2002. DDG 112 completes a series of 62 ships built in three variants. Another 10 ships will be added to the US fleet between 2016 and 2023.

DDG 51 Flight IIA Specifications

Crew: 380
Number of Engines: 4
Number of Weapons: 96
Torpedo Tubes: 6
Dimensions
Beam: 18 meter (59 foot)
Draft: 9.30 meter (30.5 foot)
Length: 155 meter (509 foot)
Main Gun Caliber: 127 millimeter
Power
Total Combined Power: 100,000 shp (75 MW)
Speed
Top Speed: 15.4 mps (30 knot)
Time
Service Life: 35 year
Weight
Full Displacement: 9,200 ton
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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DDG 51 Flight IIA News

There are 38 news between
31 Aug 2004 and 15 Jul 2017
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Saturday, July 15, 2017US Navy Commissions First Aegis Baseline 9 Equipped Destroyer
Tuesday, April 11, 2017US Navy's MQ-8C Fire Scout Completes Successful First Flight from Littoral Combat Ship
Wednesday, January 11, 2017Tactical Tomahawk Missile Demonstrates Real-Time Re-Targeting Capability
Monday, March 7, 2016US Navy Proves Standard Missile SM-6 Multiple Targets Engagement Capability
Monday, January 11, 2016US Navy Certifies Aegis Baseline 9.C1 Weapon System
Monday, October 5, 2015Tactical Tomahawk Cruise Missile Demonstrates Network-Centric Warfare Capabilities
Wednesday, February 11, 2015Tomahawk Block IV Missile Demonstrates Moving Target Engagement Capability
Tuesday, December 23, 2014MQ-8C Fire Scout Unmanned Rotorcraft Takes First Flight on US Navy's Destroyer
Wednesday, December 3, 2014First Operational MQ-8C Fire Scout Handed Over to the US Navy
Friday, October 24, 2014US Navy Standard SM-6 Missiles Intercept Anti-Ship and Cruise Missile Targets

Operators & Related Equipment


OperatorsItems
United States of America45
YearHoldings
202240
201737
201635
201534
Oct 201234
Oct 201133

Grand Total 451
Cannons & Gear
Mk 41 Strike Length
Mk 45 mod 4x1
Defensive Weapons
ESSM
RUM-139 VL ASROC
Standard SM-2 Block IIIB
Standard SM-2 Block IV
Standard SM-2 Block IVA
Standard SM-6 Block I
Offensive Weapons
RGM-84D Harpoon
Tactical Tomahawk
Tomahawk Block II
Tomahawk Block III
Propulsion Systems
LM2500x4
Protection Systems
AEGIS
AN/SLQ-25A SSTD
AN/SQQ-89 or AN/SQQ-89A(V)15
AN/WLD-1
Mk 15 Phalanx Block 1Bx2
Nulka
Sensor Systems
AN/SPY-1Dx4
AN/SQR-20
AN/SQS-53Cx1
BridgeMaster Ex1
SQR-19Bx1
Support Aircraft
SH-60B Seahawkx2

DDG 51 Flight IIA Ship Listing


SerialNameStatusLaunch DateCommissionDecommission
DDG 79 USS Oscar Austin-2000-
DDG 80 USS Roosevelt-2000-
DDG 81 USS Winston Churchill-2000-
DDG 82 USS Lassen-2001-
DDG 83 USS Howard-2001-
DDG 84 USS Bulkeley-2001-
DDG 85 USS McCampbell-2001-
DDG 86 USS Shoup-2002-
DDG 87 USS Mason-2002-
DDG 88 USS Preble-2002-
DDG 89 USS Mustin-2002-
DDG 90 USS Chaffee-2003-
DDG 91 USS Pinckney-2003-
DDG 92 USS Momsen-2003-
DDG 93 USS Chung-Hoon-2004-
DDG 94 USS Nitze-2005-
DDG 95 USS James E. Williams-2004-
DDG 96 USS Bainbridge-2005-
DDG 97 USS Halsey-2005-
DDG 98 USS Forrest Sherman-2006-
DDG 99 USS Farragut-2006-
DDG 100 USS Kidd-9 Jun 2007-
DDG 101 USS Gridley-10 Feb 2007-
DDG 102 USS Sampson16 Sep 20063 Nov 2007-
DDG 103 USS Truxtun2 Jun 200725 Apr 2009-
DDG 104 USS Sterett19 May 20079 Aug 2008-
DDG 105 USS Dewey26 Jan 20086 Mar 2010-
DDG 106 USS Stockdale30 Sep 200818 Apr 2009-
DDG 107 USS Gravely16 May 200920 Nov 2010-
DDG 108 USS Wayne E. Meyer18 Oct 200810 Oct 2009-
DDG 109 USS Jason Dunham1 Aug 200913 Nov 2010-
DDG 110 USS William P. Lawrence17 Apr 20104 Jun 2011-
DDG 111 USS Spruance5 Jun 20101 Oct 2011-
DDG 112 USS Michael Murphy7 May 20116 Oct 2012-
DDG 113 USS John Finn2 May 201515 Jul 2017-
DDG 114 USS Ralph Johnson2 Apr 2016Sep 2017-
DDG 115 USS Rafael Peralta31 Oct 201529 Jul 2017-
DDG 116 USS Thomas Hudner1 Apr 20172018-
DDG 117 USS Paul Ignatius8 Apr 20172018-
DDG 118 USS Daniel Inouye-2019-
DDG 119 USS Delbert D. Black4 Nov 20172020-
DDG 120 USS Carl M. Levin-2021-
DDG 121 USS Frank E. Petersen Jr.-2022-
DDG 122 USS John Basilone -2023-
DDG 127 -2024-

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