See the US Navy’s stealth destroyer conduct its first missile test

See the US Navy’s stealth destroyer conduct its first missile test
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Navy’s first stealth destroyer, Zumwalt, test-fired an SM-2 missile out of its MK 57 Vertical Launching System on Oct. 13, the service announced Monday afternoon, demonstrating that the launcher is operable.

The test, which took place on the Naval Air Weapons Center Weapons Division Sea Test Range, near Point Mugu, California, was a first for the hull. Zumwalt was delivered to the fleet earlier this year, almost four years after commissioning the ship without a fully installed combat system.

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