Underwater Warfare Suite Upgrade protects sailors from quieter submarines and torpedoes

June 10, 2019 – The naval operational environment is constantly in flux, and small advantages can be the strategic difference during an engagement. In recent years almost all nations in possession of submarines have put forth significant resources to make submarines and torpedoes operate more quietly. To address these evolving threats, the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) is taking steps to improve the detection abilities of its Halifax-class frigates. “A lot of the resources that were put forward at the end of the Cold War were for passive sonars,” said Lieutenant-Commander…

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