Even as the U.S. Navy looks to mate its first full-fledged mission module payload with an operationally deployed Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) hull, the service is looking to develop an assortment of other packages to further enhance the ships’ capabilities. LCS is designed to deploy with replaceable modules tailored to specific missions that are meant to be switched out with relative ease as needed. The three main planned LCS mission modules cover countermine, antisubmarine and ...
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