Anti-Submarine Warfare: How the Royal Navy is staying at the forefront of technological innovation

Anti-Submarine Warfare: How the Royal Navy is staying at the forefront of technological innovation

As submarine activity increases in NATO’s AOR, the successful application of innovation is critical to supporting the overall readiness of submarine forces is proving critical for Alliance members and partners. Ahead of this year’s Anti-Submarine Warfare conference, Defence IQ gained exclusive insight from Rear Admiral John Weale, ACNS Submarines & Rear Admiral Submarines, Royal Navy.

Download this interview to learn more about:

  • His view on future undersea warfare and the characteristics that will define the future operating environment
  • How the Royal Navy can achieve readiness for its submarine forces
  • How the increase in focus on ASW impacts the way NATO’s submarine forces man, equip and train 
  • How the UK’s hunter-killers support a full-spectrum approach to future ASW for the UK and its partners
  • How he envisions keeping the Royal Navy at the forefront of innovation for its submarines

At Anti-Submarine Warfare, Rear Admiral Weale will deliver an opening keynote address on the UK’s hunter-killers and the future of undersea warfare. 



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