Robust Air Defense Not Needed In New Frigates, Studies Show
The decision to omit robust air defenses from the U.S. Navy’s frigate successor to the Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) was justified by wargaming and other studies, a Navy official says. Such a requirement would "impede" on air-defense missions and operations already performed by the Aegis combat systems...
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