Basic Dynamics NASSCO – San Diego, San Diego, California, is awarded a $98,749,123, firm-fixed-price contract for the execution of the united statesPinckney (DDG 91) FY22 depot modernization interval. This availability will embrace a mix of upkeep, modernization and restore of the united statesPinckney. This contract contains choices which, if exercised, would deliver the cumulative worth of this contract to $121,109,530. Work will probably be carried out in San Diego, California, and is anticipated to be accomplished by July 2023. The U.S. Naval Sea Techniques Command, Washington, D.C., is the contracting exercise.

Guatemalan Navy Broad-class patrol boat Kukulkan (CG-1051), entrance, steams beside the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Pinckney (DDG 91) throughout a bilateral passing train (PASSEX) Sep. 24, 2020. (U.S. Navy photograph by Mass Communication Specialist third Class Erick A. Parsons/Launched)

USS Pinckney (DDG-91) is an Arleigh Burke-class destroyer in the USA Navy. She is called for African American Officer’s Cook dinner First Class William Pinckney (1915–1976),[1] who acquired the Navy Cross for his brave rescue of a fellow crewmember on board the plane provider Enterprise (CV-6) in the course of the Battle of Santa Cruz. Pinckney was laid down on 16 July 2001 by Ingalls Shipbuilding, at Pascagoula, Mississippi; launched on 26 June 2002; and commissioned on 29 Could 2004 at Naval Development Battalion Heart Port Hueneme. As of January 2018, Pinckney is homeported at NS San Diego, and assigned to Destroyer Squadron 23.

USS Pinckney (DDG 91)
The Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Pinckney (DDG 91) returns to its homeport of Naval Base San Diego following the profitable completion of a nine-month deployment. (U.S. Navy photograph by Mass Communication Specialist third Class Kevin C. Leitner)