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Navy expects to finalize initial requirement for future surface combatant by July

February 15, 2017 |
Justin Doubleday
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The Navy has determined three types of vessels it would develop as part of future surface combatant programs, and the service expects to complete the initial capabilities document for the family of vessels by July, according to officials. The Navy finished a capabilities based assessment last October, and the study concluded that the future surface combatant would come in a family of three types of ship -- large surface combatants, small surface combatants and unmanned integrated capabilities, according to Capt...

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