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Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Is America's Dominance Below the Seas Coming to an End?

USS Pittsburgh (SSN-720)U.S. defense strategy depends in large part on America’s advantage in undersea warfare.

Multiple Quadrennial Defense Reviews, National Military Strategies, and Congressional hearing statements highlight how quiet submarines, in particular, are one of the American military’s most viable means of gathering intelligence and projecting power in the face of mounting anti-access and area denial (A2/AD) threats being fielded by a growing number of countries.

America’s superiority in undersea warfare results from decades of research and development (R&D), operations, and training.

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