The Zumwalt II-class guided missile destroyers are an improved subclass of the Zumwalt-class. The "II" in the name represents the fact that the class is extremely upgraded from their original sister ships.
Ships in Class
|Wilson Flagg||DDG-1003||Baltimore, Maryland|
|James F. Cahill||DDG-1004||Norfolk, Virginia|
|Lillian E. Fishburne||DDG-1005||Seattle, Washington|
|Owen Paul Honors, Jr.||DDG-1006||Mayport, Florida|
|Isaac Hull||DDG-1007||Boston, Massachusetts|
William S. Parsons
|DDG-1008||San Diego, California|
|Roger Staubach||DDG-1009||Los Angeles, California|
|William Irons||DDG-1010||Los Angeles, California|
|Paul Spangler||DDG-1012||Pearl Harbor, Hawaii|
|Michael Mullen||DDG-1013||San Francisco, California|
|Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr.||DDG-1014||Boston, Massachusetts|
|James E. Carter||DDG-1015||Mobile, Alabama|
|Christopher Shane||DDG-1016||Pearl Harbor, Hawaii|
|Ernest King||DDG-1018||New York City, New York|
|Richard E. Byrd||DDG-1019||Norfolk, Virginia|
- The class was proposed by Harmonmj13, but building was transfered to Marcboy99 before Harmon was able to build a functional hull.
- William Irons is named after the son of Jonathan Irons, who was a Marine who was marked as MIA in 2005.
- William Irons was originally planned to be named Richard M. Nixon, but was changed due to a nuclear guided missile submarine in NORAD being named after him.
- Christopher Shane is named after the commodore who commanded all six Iowa-class battleships in a single battlegroup during the Persian Gulf War and died protecting his family from a riot by Federation loyalists in Hawaii.
- Roger Staubach is named after the former quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys who served in the Navy from 1964 to 1968 and served a tour in the Supply Corps. during the Vietnam War.