Richard: Navy establishing second unmanned undersea vehicle development squadron

By Justin Katz  
November 6, 2019 at 3:41 PM
The Navy plans to stand up a second developmental squadron for unmanned underwater vehicles and turn its current squadron into a major command, according to the service's admiral overseeing submarine forces. "We're beginning to take the next step in reorganizing the fleet to bring unmanned to fleet scale," Adm. Chas Richard, commander of submarine forces, told attendees today at the 2019 Naval Submarine League Symposium in Arlington, VA. The commander of submarine forces is usually a three-star admiral, but lawmakers...

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