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Bob Meinetz on Feb 12, 2022

Maybe it will be replaced by a hydrogen-powered submarine? (just kidding)

First Submarine To Use New Stealth Technology

"The adage that stealth is a submarine’s main defense is true today and tomorrow. Speed, depth and countermeasures can all help a submarine escape, but not being seen in the first place is the best way to survive. So it is no surprise that the submarines being built today are going to be stealthier than the ones already in service. Certainly in leading ‘nuclear navies’ like the U.S. Navy, French Navy and Russian Navy. And naturally Britain’s Royal Navy. Their new Dreadnought Class, currently under construction, includes innovative features which promise to take stealth to a new level."

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