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Navy eyeing 11-meter RIB to bolster boat count for littoral fight

By Justin Katz  
January 23, 2018 at 10:20 AM
The Navy may issue a request for proposals early this year for 11-meter rigid inflatable boats in an effort to bolster its small boat count for the future littoral fight. During a Jan. 3 interview with Inside the Navy at the Pentagon, Maj. Gen. David Coffman, director of expeditionary warfare in the office of the chief of naval operations (N95), said the littoral space "is going to look very different in the future fight than the posters or concepts we...

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