Marine Corps eyeing Long Range Unmanned Surface Vessel for Indo-Pacific region

October 25, 2019 at 3:40 PM
ANNAPOLIS, MD -- The Marine Corps is evaluating how a Long Range Unmanned Surface Vessel can help the service fight in the vast Indo-Pacific region, as the Navy gears up for a period of great power competition. Lt. Gen. Eric Smith, the head of Marine Corps Combat Development Command, told attendees this week at the National Defense Industrial Association's annual Expeditionary Warfare conference the LRUSV is a crucial platform the service is assessing. "Long Range Unmanned Surface Vessels for us...

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