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RAPVLA: Tracking Stealth Submarines in Deep Water

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Submarines with improving stealth and attack capability – particularly modern diesel attack submarines – are proliferating worldwide. Locating these relatively inexpensive but extremely quiet boats presents a challenge to the US Navy, then Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Michael Mullen warned Congress in 2007 testimony [pdf]. To counter this threat, the Navy is investigating a […]

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