U.S. Navy Ship Defense Systems Still Falling Short, Report Says

The U.S. Navy is still having problems developing and deploying ship self-defense systems across its fleet types, according to a recent report from the Pentagon’s Director of Operational Test and Evaluation (DOT&E). The service is trying to combine various defense systems across the fleet—such as...

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