Huge Undersea Test in Pacific May Follow Giant Shadow

Keeter, Hunter
December 2003
Sea Power;Dec2003, Vol. 46 Issue 12, p30
Reports on the proposal for a large-scale experiment and ongoing undersea technological exploration of the U.S. Navy. Major experimentation employing special operations forces through Silent Hammer; Statement of Stephen E. Johnson, director for undersea technology of the Naval Sea Systems Command, on the approaches and different techniques used for the experimentation; Objectives followed by the submarine warfare experiments.


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