U.S. Navy officials are continuing to sing the praises of their Littoral Combat Ships (LCS) while also contracting for more work to upgrade the vessels. After a recent tour of the LCS 2 USS Independence earlier this month in Florida, Adm. Jonathan Greenert, the chief of naval operations, said, “The thing that is of value about the LCS is that she has great volume, high speed, and is modular. What that means is you can change out packages to perform different missions.” He says, ...

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