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Navy establishes executive steering council to approve unmanned maritime systems efforts

January 11, 2018 |
Lee Hudson
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The Navy has created an executive steering council composed of key stakeholders to ensure unmanned maritime systems fit into the service’s vision of the future fleet. Capt. Jon Rucker, unmanned maritime systems program manager at the program executive office for the Littoral Combat Ship, said today the council's members include the chief of naval research, PEO LCS, the Navy’s technical chief engineer and the surface warfare director in the office of the chief of naval operations (N96). One focus for...

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