Saturday, May 11, 2013

Juan Caruso's Littoral Combat Ship proposal

Background

The U.S. Navy is considering a program review of the Littoral Combat Ship, a vessel that many argue is too lightly armed for sea warfare, but some experts say the sea service could arm LCS with more punch without a costly redesign. ...  The Navy plans to build 52 LCS ships, but the $500 billion in Pentagon spending cuts under sequestration will likely force the service to rethink that plan. Military.com - Navy Set to Re-Evaluate LCS Program’s Future ; Apr 05, 2013

According to Juan C., his unmanned design will assure:
* Inexpensive production costs
* Very low operating costs
* Orders of magnitude prospects for combat survivability
* Expectation of zero loss of human life

Caruso's Solution (worth a thousand words)?



Submarines are always silent and strange.

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