Video: USS Ralph Johnson Moves to Dry Dock

Huntington Ingalls Industries, the American military shipbuilder, shared a video of the U.S. Navy’s future DDG51 Arleigh-Burke class destroyer USS Ralph Johnson being transferred to the dry dock.

The ship is being built at Ingalls Shipbuilding, a division of Huntington Ingalls Industries, at their shipyard in Pascagoula, USA.

The $697.6 million contract for the build of this destroyer was awarded in September 2011 with delivery scheduled for 2017.

The keel of the Aegis-equipped USS Ralph Johnson was authenticated in September 2014.

Naval Today Staff

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