Submarine-Launched Vehicles: Time to Walk the Talk

Hancock, John A.
September 2003
U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Sep2003, Vol. 129 Issue 9, p43
Conference Proceeding
We are engaged in a complex and ambiguous global war on terrorism, a war that requires the U.S. Navy to strive for new, imaginative, and innovative enhancements to its submarine force. The development and employment of submarine-launched unmanned aerial vehicles and un-manned combat aerial vehicles will enhance greatly the warfighting capabilities of the Navy's 'crown jewels' as the service charts its vision for the future.


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