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DDx

abbreviation for differential diagnosis; used in medical records.
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The shooters were the Australian ship, DDX and the Hawkeye, which had simulated fighter jets flying under its control.
NSW is also working with the surface Navy on futuristic programs, such as the Littoral Combat Ship and the DDX land-attack destroyer.
The DDX land-attack destroyer, to be deployed by 2012, is expected to be the Navy's first truly "open-systems" ship.
Navy officials have described the LCS as a member of a futuristic family of ships that includes the DDX land-attack destroyer and the CGX next-generation guided-missile cruiser.
The LCS contractor teams include some of the same firms currently participating in the DDX program.
The Marines' best hope for big guns may be the DDX next-generation destroyer, scheduled to begin construction in 2005 and be deployed by 2011.
DDX will have a 155 mm gun, designed to fire guided projectiles--at a rate of 12 rounds per minute--from 100 miles away.
Some Navy officials seem eager to get DDX in the fleet as soon as possible.