- 4 * General Electric LM2500 gas turbine engines, 80,000 shaft horsepower (60,000 kW)
- 2 * controllable-reversible pitch propellers
- 2 * rudders
- AN/SPY-1A/B multi-function radar
- AN/SPS-49 air search radar
- AN/SPG-62 fire control radar
- AN/SPS-73 surface search radar
- AN/SPQ-9 gun fire control radar
- AN/SLQ-32 Electronic Warfare Suite
- AN/SQQ-89(V)1/3 — A(V)15 Sonar suite, consisting of:AN/SQS-53B/C/D active sonar; AN/SQR-19 TACTAS, AN/SQR-19B ITASS, & MFTA passive sonar; AN/SQQ-28 light airborne multi-purpose system
- 2 * Mk 26 missile launchers
- 68 * RIM-66 SM-2 and 20 * RUR-5 ASROC
- 8 * RGM-84 Harpoon missiles
- 2 * Mark 45 5 in / 54 cal lightweight gun
- 2–4 * .50 cal (12.7 mm) gun
- 2 * Phalanx CIWS
- 2 * Mk 32 12.75 in (324 mm) triple torpedo tubes
- 2 * Sikorsky SH-60B or MH-60R Seahawk LAMPS III helicopters
- Hangar bay
- Flight deck
USS Vincennes (CG-49) was a Ticonderoga-class guided missile cruiser outfitted with the Aegis combat system that was in service with the United States Navy from July 1985 to June 2005. She was one of 27 ships of the Ticonderoga class constructed for the United States Navy, and one of five equipped with the Mark 26 Guided Missile Launching System.
Vincennes was commissioned in 1985, and saw service in the Pacific before being dispatched to the Persian Gulf in 1988 in support Operation Earnest Will during the Iran–Iraq War. Operating in this capacity the cruiser shot down Iran Air Flight 655 over the Persian Gulf, sparking an international incident between Iran and the United States. Following the cessation of hostilities, Vincennes returned to the Pacific Fleet where she remained for the rest of her active career.
Vincennes was decommissioned in 2005 after attempts to retrofit the cruiser with the Mark 41 Vertical Launching System failed, and was initially laid up in the mothball fleet at Naval Base Kitsap, in Bremerton, Washington. In 2010 the vessel was towed to Texas for scrapping, which was completed in 2011.