The future USS Canberra (LCS 30) will join the U.S. Navy active fleet on July 22.

The commissioning ceremony will take place at the Royal Australian Navy Fleet Base East in Sydney, Australia.

It will be the first U.S. Navy warship to be commissioned in an allied country.

The ship is named after Australia's capital city and is the second U.S. Navy ship to bear the name Canberra.

The commissioning ceremony signifies the enduring partnership between the Royal Australian Navy and the U.S. Navy.

The future USS Canberra will transit through Indo-Pacific nations before arriving in Sydney.

The ship will make a visit to the Australian capital city of Canberra after the commissioning ceremony.

The USS Canberra is an Independence-variant Littoral Combat Ship designed for various missions.

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