I do believe out of the 11 in commission starting in 2008 only 3 are deployed. Some will be kept as robotic host ships, ES and other such missions. Her lack of endurance to maintain station pretty much was the Swan song of this poorly conceived and built class of cutter. Proof of what I say is the Navy’s pivot to frigates.
So with budgets flat lining, yes these will go bye-bye along with Whidbey Island/Harpers Ferry/ Ticos unless Congress provides a hell of lot more money for sustainment.
See the Navy got a lesson that revolution and mission confusion is very very costly to maintain and build. Dollars spent on cost over runs, revolutionary capability and poor mission vision just do not renew themselves for the next bill coming in.
The USN a classic example of a service in identity crisis for the last 30 years.