The recent successful submarine operations of U.S. Navy SSN attack boats and SSGN guided-missile vessels showcase the need to maintain and augment the strike potential for the subs, as well as the value of performing or supporting intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) missions. While underscoring the subs’ success, though, the operations also highlight a potential impending hole in Navy strike ability when the SSGNs leave the force in the coming decades. They also highlight ...
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