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Navy alters course, now wants 3d new Zumwalt destroyer

Bath Iron Works in Maine will get a share of the assembly work on a third DDG-1000 destroyer the Navy now wants. Bath Iron Works in Maine will get a share of the assembly work on a third DDG-1000 destroyer the Navy now wants. (Fred J. Field for the Boston Globe/File 2001)
Globe Staff And Wire Reports / August 19, 2008

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PORTLAND, Maine - The Navy has reversed course and decided to push for construction of a third DDG-1000 destroyer that would be built at Bath Iron Works, Representative Patrick J. Kennedy, Democrat of Rhode Island, and Maine Senator Susan Collins, a Republican, said yesterday. (Full article: 250 words)

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