Navy plans to Develop LCS Fleet with 'Lightening Speed.'

Truver, Scott C.
May 2003
Sea Power;May2003, Vol. 46 Issue 5, p15
Focuses on the development of various Littoral Combat Ships (LCS) of the U.S. Navy. Techniques used by the Navy to design the LCS; Improvement in the warfare capabilities of the Navy; Creation of enhance weapons system. INSET: Navy Explores Exotic Shapes, Materials For LCS.


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