Navy to test large unmanned submarine next year in open-ocean voyage down the California coast

ARLINGTON, Va., 20 April 2015. A U.S. Navy-developed large unmanned submarine, which is designed carry a wide range of sensor and weapons payloads, or to serve as a mothership for other unmanned submersibles, is ready for tests in the open ocean.

Officials of the Office of Naval Research in Arlington, Va., say the Large Displacement Unmanned Undersea Vehicle-Innovative Naval Prototype (LDUUV-INP) is expected to make an ocean voyage off the coast of California next year.

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