Monday, April 4, 2016

THE U.S. NAVY IS DEVELOPING AN UNMANNED SUBCHASER

DON'T THINK BIG RADIO CONTROLLED MODEL BOAT. THINK  CONVENTIONAL SIZED SUB CHASER WITH NO CREWThis US Navy's

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"The US Navy has begun testing a radical 'drone boat' that will automatically scour the seas for enemy submarines for months at a time. The Navy hopes the 'sea hunter' will end the growing threat of quiet, diesel powered enemy submarines entering American waters undetected. Today they revealed footage of the 132 foot long ship, officially named 'The Anti-Submarine Warfare Continuous Trail Unmanned Vessel' in its first high speed tests." 
As seen in and described in Boatshow Avenue

 This is the latest from the marine elements within DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) and the U.S. Navy's research and development wizards. Not just a "drone", a semi autonomous submarine hunter / killer that can operate unmanned in coordination with manned surface vessels and unmanned submarine vessels. This beauty can stay on the job at sea for up to three months at a time with no crew fatigue or morale issues since it has no crew. To learn more click on Boatshow Avenue


http://www.boatshowavenue.com/marine-news/this-us-navys-ghost-hunter-is-the-definition-of-badass-?platform=hootsuite

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