Losing the anti-submarine warfare race
During the Cold War, Soviet submarines were both nuclear and noisy, detectable with passive sonar and kept at bay by a robust anti-submarine warfare capability in the West. Time however has moved on and with the transitioning to a post-Afghanistan era, the U.S., and many of her partners and allies, are finding that their navies have neglected
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