How many Ticonderoga cruisers are there?

22 Ticonderoga
The Navy has 22 Ticonderoga-class cruisers (CG-52 through CG-73) in active service, as of the end of 2015.

How much does a DDG 51 cost?

The Navy estimates the combined procurement cost of the two DDG-51s requested for procurement in FY2020 at $3,836.9 million, or an average of $1,918.5 million each.

What ship will replace the Ticonderoga-class cruiser?

The U.S. Navy has officially started developing a new guided missile destroyer class. The tentatively titled DDG(X) will replace the older Ticonderoga-class guided missile cruisers (shown above) and early Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyers (below).

When did the US Navy build the Spruance class destroyer?

The Spruance-class destroyer was developed by the United States to replace the many World War II –built Allen M. Sumner – and Gearing -class destroyers and was the primary destroyer built for the U.S. Navy during the 1970s and 1980s.

What kind of radar does the Spruance class destroyer use?

Oldendorf was the test platform for the AN/SPQ-9B Anti-ship Missile Defense (ASMD) Firecontrol Radar to be outfitted on the San Antonio -class amphibious transport docks. The AN/SPQ-9B is used to detect all known and projected sea skimming missiles.

What was the name of the cruiser class?

Both classes were often called antiaircraft cruisers, but neither really was. They were both conceived mainly to work with groups of destroyers, backing them against the heavy ships the destroyers were expected to attack.

What kind of missile launcher does the USS Spruance use?

AN/WLR 1 in DD-971 & DD-975. 1 x 61-cell Mark 41 VLS launcher for Tomahawk / ASROC missiles in place of the 8-cell ASROC launcher (24 ships). 1 × 21 cell Rolling Airframe Missile launcher in some ships. 2 x Sikorsky SH-60 Seahawk LAMPS III helicopters.