A command-and-control (C2) module concept could be a future consideration for Littoral Combat Ships (LCSs), Lockheed Martin officials say. The acknowledgment came during and after a spirited discussion of LCS abilities to perform C2 operations — usually slated for larger ships like cruisers that possess power, bandwidth and other attributes for controlling aircraft, vessels and other naval assets — during anti-piracy missions at a Navy League Sea-Air-Space presentation on the topic last ...

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