28 September 2021
by Michael Fabey
An MQ-9 Sea Guardian unmanned maritime surveillance plane system flies over Independence-variant littoral fight ship USS Coronado (LCS-4), throughout the US Pacific Fleet's ‘Unmanned Systems Integrated Battle Problem (UxS IBP) 21'. (US Navy)
Recent large-scale workouts are serving to the US Navy (USN) learn to maintain adversaries at nighttime about operations, in response to Admiral Michael Gilday, chief of naval operations.
“How do we blind the adversary so that they can't see us?” Adm Gilday requested, rhetorically, throughout his keynote dialogue at Defense One's ‘State of Defense' occasion on 24 September.
“What are the different methods and techniques that we can use in order to put a strike group commander or a fleet commander in a position of advantage, particularly early in a fight?” Adm Gilday stated. “There are other aspects with respect to contested logistics that we're practising with ARGs (Amphibious Readiness Groups),” he added.
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