DARPA considers moving forward with new propulsion for manned and unmanned undersea vehicles

KEYPORT, Wash. – U.S. Navy researchers are moving on with a military research project to develop revolutionary propulsion and drag-reduction technologies to enable manned and unmanned undersea vehicles to move through the water faster and more energy-efficiently than ever before.

Officials of the Naval Undersea Warfare Center NUWC Division in Keyport, Wash., are considering awarding a sole-source contract to Applied Physical Sciences Corp. in Gorton, Conn., to continue the company’s research in undersea vehicle propulsion and structures.

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