U.S. Navy Identifies New LCS Modules

ARLINGTON, Va. — It appears the U.S. Navy has addressed two big question marks for its Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) fleet — how to replace key module sets that handle littoral and submarine threats, which are two of the key missions for the ship. The Navy’s initial LCS plans included separate modules...

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