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The USS Omaha (LCS 12), the nation’s 12th littoral combat ship, is docked at Austal USA’s ship manufacturing facility, on the Mobile River, November 27, 2015, in Mobile, Alabama. The Omaha is 419 feet long and is a variant of the Independence. The ship, which will be used by the United States Navy, has a maximum speed of more than 40 knots and is capable of operating near-shore or on open sea. Austal’s USA facility opened on Mobile’s Blakely Island in 1999. (Photo by Carmen K. Sisson/Cloudybright)
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The USS Omaha (LCS 12), the nation’s 12th littoral combat ship, is docked at Austal USA’s ship manufacturing facility, on the Mobile River, November 27, 2015, in Mobile, Alabama. The Omaha is 419 feet long and is a variant of the Independence. The ship, which will be used by the United States Navy, has a maximum speed of more than 40 knots and is capable of operating near-shore or on open sea. Austal’s USA facility opened on Mobile’s Blakely Island in 1999. (Photo by Carmen K. Sisson/Cloudybright)