UUV MOTHERSHIP: The U.S. Navy is doing an analysis of alternatives (AOA) for its proposed Large Displacement Unmanned Underwater Vehicle, a “mothership” platform that would operate underwater and release and control other smaller unmanned underwater vehicles, says Rear Adm. Matthew Klunder, director of intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities. “We only just started the AOA,” Klunder said after an Aug. 18 panel discussion at the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems ...
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