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U.S. Navy Submarines May Have Stealth Problems, But They’re Not Alone


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Submarines rely on stealth to survive. An alarming problem with the U.S. Navy’s submarine stealth has come to the surface. A Sept. 26 whistleblower complaint accuses shipbuilder Huntington Ingalls of falsifying quality tests on the stealth coating of Virginia Class attack submarines, thus “knowingly and/or recklessly” putting “American lives at risk.” https://www.forbes.com/sites/hisutton/2019/10/13/us-navy-submarines-may-be-easier-to-detect-but-they-are-not-alone/#20a2553987cf

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