From counter-sub to surface warfare: Navy builds two new large unmanned ships for surface attack

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Navy is building two new large unmanned ships to coordinate synchronized attacks, perform command and control across fleets of surface drones, and conduct high-risk maritime missions such as anti-submarine operations, mine countermeasures, surface warfare, and forward-deployed surveillance. Warrior Maven reports.

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