The case for the Littoral Combat Ship

Joel Mullish

The U.S. Navy has hit back at its critics with a staunch defence of the Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) programme. Lt Robert Myers, a Pentagon spokesman for the Navy, charged that critics have rounded on the LCS because of outdated perspectives, stressing that the versatility of the ship is a formidable strength. An uncertain future Making the case for the LCS, Lt Myers said he was unsurprised by criticism because it was a "new concept, and people are generally sceptical towards things that are...
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