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    A sailor enters a doorway on the USS Zumwalt while at dock at the naval station in Newport, R.I. Friday. The 610-foot-long warship has an angular shape to minimize its radar signature and cost more than $4.4 billion. It's the most expensive destroyer built for the Navy.

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    Capt. James Kirk talks with a reporter aboard the USS Zumwalt while at dock at the naval station in Newport.

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    The USS Zumwalt sits at dock at the naval station in Newport after leaving Bath Iron Works. The Zumwalt's home port will be in San Diego.

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    Sailors stand watch on the stern of the USS Zumwalt while at dock.

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    The 610-foot-long Zumwalt warship is the most expensive destroyer built for the Navy.

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    A sailor walks on the bridge of the USS Zumwalt.

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    A sailor is silhouetted in the hangar door aboard the USS Zumwalt.

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    The Zumwalt’s powerful new gun system can unload 600 rocket-powered projectiles on targets more than 70 miles away.

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