Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus (left) and Mayor Sly James pose with a photo example of the future USS Kansas City before Monday's Royals-Pirates game at Kauffman Stadium. Mabus was in town to announce the naming of the 416-foot-long trimarans, a littoral combat ship designed to destroy mines, hunt submarines, interdict drugs and rush humanitarian relief to distant shores,
Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus (left) and Mayor Sly James pose with a photo example of the future USS Kansas City before Monday's Royals-Pirates game at Kauffman Stadium. Mabus was in town to announce the naming of the 416-foot-long trimarans, a littoral combat ship designed to destroy mines, hunt submarines, interdict drugs and rush humanitarian relief to distant shores, John Sleezer The Kansas City Star
Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus (left) and Mayor Sly James pose with a photo example of the future USS Kansas City before Monday's Royals-Pirates game at Kauffman Stadium. Mabus was in town to announce the naming of the 416-foot-long trimarans, a littoral combat ship designed to destroy mines, hunt submarines, interdict drugs and rush humanitarian relief to distant shores, John Sleezer The Kansas City Star

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