USS Zumwalt is the largest and most technologically advanced surface combatant in the world.

A Surface combatant is a subset of naval warships, designed for warfare on the surface of the water.

The Zumwalt is 610 feet long and is facilitated with cutting-edge technology, and are stealthy to radars.

The ship's "knife-like" bow makes it stable in heavy seas compared to other destroyers and cruisers.

It is armed with 80 vertical launch cells for missiles that can strike land and sea targets, as well as anti-submarine rockets.

The Zumwalt is capable of performing a range of deterrence, power projection, command and control missions.

The Zumwalt-class is much larger than today’s destroyers with a considerably larger flight deck.

Zumwalt generates 78 megawatts of power, almost as much as a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier.

Combined with its size and power, Zumwalt is able to integrate emerging technologies and new capabilities.

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