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From attack submarines to spies: US Navy asks more of its underwater fleet

The US Navy is equipping its nuclear attack submarines with improved navigation and detection technology as well as new sonar, automation and artificial intelligence technologies. This will enable quieter, faster movements in littoral waters where enemy mines, small boats and other threats often operate. Andrew Tunnicliffe takes a look at the future capabilities of the US submarine fleet.

Deals this week: SAIC, Perspecta, KBR Diego Garcia

Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) has secured a $597m contract from the US Navy to provide command, control, communications, computers, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (C5ISR) systems, networks, and support equipment for Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center (SSC) Atlantic.

October’s top news stories

US Navy awarded $9bn MYP contracts to buy ten DDG-51-class ships, India finalised a deal to buy BrahMos-equipped frigates from Russia, and Australia and BAE signed an AWA for Hunter-class frigate programme. Naval-Technology.com wraps up key headlines from October 2018.

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