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 ====== THE GUIDED MISSILE FRIGATE (DLG) ANTI-AIR WARFARE MODERNIZATION PROGRAM ====== ====== THE GUIDED MISSILE FRIGATE (DLG) ANTI-AIR WARFARE MODERNIZATION PROGRAM ======
    
-###U. S. General Accounting Office Staff Study - DLG Anti-Air Warfare Modernization Program - Department of the Navy###+###**U. S. General Accounting Office Staff Study - DLG Anti-Air Warfare Modernization Program - Department of the Navy**### 
 ===== PROGRAM DESCRIPTION AND STATUS ===== ===== PROGRAM DESCRIPTION AND STATUS =====
  
-###The DLG Anti-Air Warfare Modernization Program is primarily intended to improve the anti-air warfare capabilities of the 10 ships of the DLG-6 class, the nine ships of the DLG-16 class, and the nuclear DLG(N)-25. Modernization will enable these ships to launch TERRIER and STANDARD missiles from the same launcher. Illustrations of the DLG-6 and DLG-16 class ships are attached as Appendixes I and II. The DLG(N)-25, will have about the same above deck profile as shown tor the DLG-16 class.+###The DLG Anti-Air Warfare Modernization Program is primarily intended to improve the anti-air warfare capabilities of the 10 ships of the DLG-6 class, the nine ships of the DLG-16 class, and the nuclear DLG(N)-25. Modernization will enable these ships to launch TERRIER and STANDARD missiles from the same launcher. Illustrations of the DLG-6 and DLG-16 class ships are attached as Appendixes ​[[aawmod#​APPENDIX ​I|I]] and [[aawmod#​APPENDIX II|II]]. The DLG(N)-25, will have about the same above deck profile as shown tor the DLG-16 class.
  
 All ships are being equipped with an improved three-dimensional air search radar, an improved guided missile fire control system, and the Naval Tactical Data System. Changes are also being made to improve the communications system, increase the anti-submarine detection capability, and to increase the electrical generating and air-conditioning capacities. In addition to modernizing the ships, needed repairs and rehabilitation are being made to ship structures and equipment. All ships are being equipped with an improved three-dimensional air search radar, an improved guided missile fire control system, and the Naval Tactical Data System. Changes are also being made to improve the communications system, increase the anti-submarine detection capability, and to increase the electrical generating and air-conditioning capacities. In addition to modernizing the ships, needed repairs and rehabilitation are being made to ship structures and equipment.
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 The first of the remaining four ships of the DLG-6 class started the program in October 1972 and modernization of all four ships is scheduled for completion by March 1976. The DLG(N)-25 is scheduled to start in June 1974, and be completed in October 1976.### The first of the remaining four ships of the DLG-6 class started the program in October 1972 and modernization of all four ships is scheduled for completion by March 1976. The DLG(N)-25 is scheduled to start in June 1974, and be completed in October 1976.###
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 ===== PROGRAM COST EXPERIENCE ===== ===== PROGRAM COST EXPERIENCE =====
  
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 |Program Costs as of June 30, 1972 | |  **__$ 1,​020.6__** ​ | |Program Costs as of June 30, 1972 | |  **__$ 1,​020.6__** ​ |
  
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