15 Chinese DF-21D ASBM launchers with 3 MIRVs and 2 reloads would overwhelm an Arleigh Burke. China's DF-21D ASBM is an MRBM. The Russians dismantled their SS-20 3-MIRV IRBM under the INF treaty with the United States. Russian SS-20 MIRVed warhead. By replacing the 600kg DF-21D warhead with three 200kg MIRV warheads, each DF-21D requires three SM-3 anti-missile missiles. A Russian TEL requires 20 minutes to reload. Source: Tochka (SS-21 Scarab) Short-Range Ballistic Missile | Military-Today.com "The TEL vehicle is supported by a reloading vehicle, based on a similar BAZ-5922 6x6 amphibious wheeled chassis. It carries two reload missiles and is fitted with a crane. The TEL vehicle is reloaded within 20 minutes." 15 Chinese DF-21D ASBMs x 3 MIRVs per ASBM x 3 missiles (which included 2 reloads) = 135 warheads An Arleigh Burke Flight II only has 96 VLS. Usually there is a 50/50 split between offensive and defensive missiles. Assuming 100% defensive missiles, an Arleigh Burke would be overwhelmed with 135 incoming warheads. 16 Chinese DF-21D ASBM launchers with missiles.