">

The US Navy is planning to get serious about a next-generation large surface combatant

The US Navy is planning to get serious about a next-generation large surface combatant
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Navy in 2021 is planning to kick off a five-year research, testing and design effort for its next generation of large surface combatant, according to Navy budget documents released Monday.

The large surface combatant program is looking install older, proven systems “into a new hull design that incorporates platform flexibility and growth capabilities to meet projected future Fleet system requirements,” according to Navy fiscal year 2021 budget documents. The effort will be increasingly important as the Navy starts decommissioning its cruisers without a direct replacement.

Read the full article on Defense News

Latest News

The Legacy of a Hidden Figure

2020-02-27

The stories of black women at the space agency were once buried so deep that it felt like a revelation when they were brought to light. Read More

Air Force Takes First Step Toward Adding Flying Cars to Its Aircraft Inventory

2020-02-27

Air Force Takes First Step Toward Adding Flying Cars to Its Aircraft Inventory Read More

Meet Garmousha: A new rotary-wing drone made in the UAE

2020-02-26

The drone can be used to detect gas pipeline leaks, survey infrastructure, and perform search-and-rescue operations. Read More

In a Washington business park, DARPA is testing robots underground

2020-02-26

In the bones of a never used nuclear reactor, competitors at the DARPA-hosted challenge are exploring how robots can find people and items underground. Read More

Turning 100, a WWII veteran looks back at her service

2020-02-25

Turning 100, a WWII veteran looks back at her service Read More

571-348-1160

Have questions?
Give us a call!

Call

38° 44' 2.632"N
-77° 11' 55.86"E

7426 Alban Station Boulevard, Suite B218
Springfield, VA 22150

Directions

email

Contact

Want to start a dialog?
Email us.

Mail