A 132-foot robot warship that arrived at Pearl Harbor for testing as a submarine hunter is “creating a new paradigm for Navy surface forces,” the U.S. Pacific Fleet said.
Life as a submariner is inherently secretive.
Faulty welding in missile tubes bound for the Navy's newest submarines could create additional problems for one of the Navy's most expensive and highest-priority programs.
And you thought the Indian navy's screen-door-on-a-submarine moment was bad: Apparently, the Spanish navy's brand new diesel-electric S-80 Plus submarines are too girthy for their berthings. And in this case, size really does matter:
The Navy is researching a new coating that could be used on submarines and other ships to help them glide more easily through the water, reducing fuel costs.