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Navy and its allies have ships that 'do quite well' against Russia's newest subs, top US admiral in Europe says


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The US and its NATO allies are increasingly worried about Russia's improved submarine fleet, which can sail quieter and longer, and, with new submarine-launched missiles, strike farther.

That challenge is emerging as the US Navy is still determining what its fleet will look like in the future, but in the Atlantic, it isn't alone in the undersea fight, according to Adm. Robert Burke, commander of US Naval Forces Europe.

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