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The Navy’s Most Dangerous Attack Submarine Could Be the Ultimate Spy

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The Navy is expanding its attack submarine strategy to further emphasize enhanced “spy” like intelligence, surveillance reconnaissance missions to quietly patrol shallow waters near enemy coastline – scanning for enemy submarines, surface ships and coastal threats.

While firepower and attack weapons are naturally still a major area of focus for Virginia-Class submarines, the expanding ISR mission scope made possible by new technologies has provided key inspiration for senior Navy developers and members of Congress who have been working vigorously to increase the size of the attack submarine fleet.

The Navy is expanding its attack submarine strategy to further emphasize enhanced “spy” like intelligence, surveillance reconnaissance missions to quietly patrol shallow waters near enemy coastline – scanning for enemy submarines, surface ships and coastal threats.

Improved undersea navigation and detection technology, using new sonar, increased computer automation and artificial intelligence, enable quieter, faster movements in littoral waters where enemy mines, small boats and other threatening assets often operate.

Virginia-Class submarines are engineered with a “Fly-by-Wire” capability which allows the ship to quietly linger in shallow waters without having to surface or have each small move controlled by a human operator.

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    Jack Mehoff
    August 12, 2018 at 6:17 am

    Very capable submarine!
    Sacred the shit out of every other navy in the world!
    You just never know where and when one will pop up and ruin your day!

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    Michel Platteeuw
    August 12, 2018 at 6:17 am

    That thing is extremely dangerous …

    Could just ram into you at any given time.

    All hail the Bumpercar fleet of the world.

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    DJ Marshall
    August 12, 2018 at 6:17 am

    Your idiot robot mispronounces too many words. I cant listen any more

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