The U.S. Navy has given its first look inside the stealthy and futuristic Zumwalt destroyer during the ship's first port stop at at Naval Station Newport.
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.
It's headed from the Naval Station to Baltimore, where it will be commissioned in October before going to its homeport in San Diego. It was built at Bath Iron Works in Maine.
During a tour the Navy showed off the ship's bridge, weaponry and mission center.
Pacific Fleet Vice Adm. Tom Rowden says the ship will make a significant difference in the fleet. He says its advanced technology and capabilities allow it to perform a range of defensive and offensive missions.