Submarines Have Special Connectivity Needs

Patton Jr., James H.
June 2010
U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Jun2010, Vol. 136 Issue 6, p76
Conference Proceeding
The article offers information on the needs of submarines in the U.S. It states that Germany and the U.S. have different submarine connections. It mentions that submariners believe that they are expected to execute networkcentric warfare. Also stated, that whether passive or active, submarine connectivity will likely to be improved.


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