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Destroyer Squadron 28
Destroyer Squadron 28 (U.S. Navy) insignia, 2019.png
Active 1951-1971
Country  United States
Branch United States Navy
Type Destroyer Squadron
Part of Carrier Strike Group Eight
Commander, Naval Surface Forces Atlantic
Commodore Captain John F.G. Wade

Destroyer Squadron 28 (DESRON 28), is a squadron of warships of the United States Navy. It is an operational component of Carrier Strike Group Eight. The squadron was formed in 1951.[1] DESRON 28 was re-established on 1 September 1995, led by Commodore Donald P. Loren, during the most recent reorganization of the Atlantic Fleet surface force. The mission of DESRON 28 is to provide a fully trained, combat ready force of surface combatants to the Commander, U.S. Fleet Forces Command.

Destroyer Squadron 28 is a squadron of Arleigh-Burke Class destroyers. It was composed of the following ships:

USS Ramage and USS Ross in 2004

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