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List of littoral combat ships of the United States Navy

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A littoral combat ship (LCS) is a type of relatively small surface vessel intended for operations in the littoral zone.

Freedom class

# Name Commissioned Class Status as of 2012
LCS-1 USS Freedom 2008 Freedom-class littoral combat ship Active
LCS-3 USS Fort Worth - Freedom-class littoral combat ship To be commissioned
LCS-5 USS Milwaukee - Freedom-class littoral combat ship Under construction
LCS-7 USS Detroit - Freedom-class littoral combat ship Under construction
LCS-9 USS Little Rock - Freedom-class littoral combat ship Under construction
LCS-11 USS Sioux City - Freedom-class littoral combat ship Under construction

Independence class

# Name Commissioned Class Status as of 2012
LCS-2 USS Independence 2010 Independence-class littoral combat ship Active
LCS-4 USS Coronado 2012
estimated
Independence-class littoral combat ship Under construction
LCS-6 USS Jackson - Independence-class littoral combat ship Under construction
LCS-8 USS Montgomery - Independence-class littoral combat ship Under construction
LCS-10 USS Gabrielle Giffords - Independence-class littoral combat ship Under construction
LCS-12 USS Omaha - Independence-class littoral combat ship Under construction
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