Breaking the Mold

Landay III, William E.; Keeter, Hunter C.
March 2005
Sea Power;Mar2005, Vol. 48 Issue 3, p42
Focuses on the new concept of the U.S. Navy of mine countermeasures (MCM) aims to deliver speed and agility to the fleet and vastly improving operational timelines. Development of the mine countermeasures; Features and capabilities of the MCM and the the Littoral Ship System; Significance of the Common Operational Picture on the as shared, real-time database of battlespace knowledge which commander will as a plan to execute their operations.


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