The U.S. Navy is studying new sensor capabilities for speeding up underwater countermine warfare in the littorals, a Navy sensor expert said Nov. 6. In what he described as a paradigm shift in countermine warfare, Daniel Sternlicht, head of the Sensing Sciences Division at the Naval Surface Warfare Center, said the Navy is looking to improve sensor capabilities as it transitions from a time- and manpower-intensive method for detecting, identifying and neutralizing explosive mines in the ...

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