The switch will affect all DDG-51 class (Arleigh Burke) ships using the Integrated Bridge and Navigation System. You should see the first change in summer 2020. The first vessel in operation to make the leap will be the USS Ramage, while the first brand new destroyer that drops the touch screens is the USS Ted Stevens.
The decision is not so much a flat rejection of technology as a recognition that it must be sensible and easy to use. Program Director for Ships Rear Admiral Bill Galinis noted that the feedback was split into "just because you can't mean you should" mindset. The navy adopted touch screens without considering that the system was "too complex" and that there should be "bridging" to help sailors adjust if transferred to another ship.
This is not to say that the Navy gives up on the touch screens of the bridge. However, Naval Chief Engineer behind Admiral Lorin Selby noted that any interface had to be consistent and help crews "quickly pick up" in any given situation. Warships must be intuitive to operate ̵