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THE MOST ADVANCED NAVAL COMBAT IN THE WORLD


By : Ririn Sholiha

In spite of most people do not like the violence (war). However, for reasons of security and existence, make products any time of renewed war and increasingly sophisticated, demand-was also increased, almost every country has a combat ship that can be reliable. Here we will provide a list of ships information most advanced fighter in the world :

1. DD-21 Zumwalt
Combat ship DD Zumwalt Monday Class is a destroyer designed specifically to perform ground attack. Therefore the DD-21 has a variety of weapons to support ground troops in its main mission. Many people who said, that the DD-21 destroyer will be true with the ability to deal with various missions as requested by Commander in Chief fleet. As well as the Arleigh Burke destroyer, the DD-21 is the multimission who will give you support combat capability reached the coast and inland. Installation of 5-inch62 ammunition as well as 155 mm howitzers that can reach up to 100 miles inland, combat naval ships ensured it will be intimidating for opponents in the Mainland.

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destroyers ships

 

 

 

2. Type 45 Class
Type 45 combat ship class there are two predicates in the ranks of the English Navy, namely: First, capable air defense destroyer ever operated most distinguished British Navy. Second, the largest surface warships since World War II. Type 45 is very powerful, and can be shut off from the PAAMS (Principal Anti Air Missile System), developed jointly by France and Italy. Type 45 will carry two WR-21 gas engine with intercooler and recuperator. Both engines built by Rolls-Royce joint team and, Northrop Grumman also Alsthom Power Conversion Ltd.

destroyers ships

destroyers ships

 

 

3. Sea Shadow
Combat ship Sea Shadow is a test vessel developed by the Advanced Research Projedt Agency (ARPA), the United States Navy, and Lockheed Martin Skunk Work. Development combat shipbuilding started doing mid 1980. Ship combat is shaped like two trees that resemble the stomach to produce a few waves; the engine uses a diesel electric engines which makes it almost silent in operation.

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us navy is

 

 

4. Iowa Class Battleships
In the period 1939 to 1942, there are 4 units of Iowa class battleships. Warships of this type are needed by the U.S. government in 1939, as a weapon of ultimate beater, to control naval strength in the Pacific Ocean during the World War II. U.S. government plans to make six ships of this type, but because of the large costs required at that time, it was decided to only make 4 ships. Ship of Iowa started the task of the entire fleet units on February 22, 1943, and now all these units retired in March 2006. The cost of making one’s Iowa-class ship in 1943 was worth 1.8 billion USD, if converted into rupiah at Rp. 17 Trillion, -.

ships in us navy

ships in us navy

 

 

5. Ohio Class Nuclear Submarine
Ohio-class nuclear submarine, this was the successor of the previous series of Nuclear Submarines, Submarine-consists of 155 crews. Making the submarine is very secretive, especially nuclear reactors, none could be traced documents. But, obviously, all of the submarine’s propulsion mechanical life support systems exist in it, i.e water separator into the air, and purifying sea water, the ship is designed to be capable of operating up to 100 years old submarine. The submarine was stuffed full of food, and sail around the ocean, the submarine was only stopped when the food material discharged, not because the fuel runs out. The cost of making the submarine is about 2 billion USD, if converted into rupiah at Rp. 19 Billion per unit. Currently, the U.S. has 18 units of Ohio-class nuclear submarines.

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us navy ships

 

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