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Sea-Air-Space 2016 Daily Video Coverage: Day 1 - Distributed Lethality
 
Navy Recognition's Day 1 video coverage at the Navy League’s Sea-Air-Space 2016 Exposition: Distributed Lethality. The distributed lethality concept was introduced (and is being advocated) by Vice Admiral Thomas Rowden, the Commander of the U.S. Navy's surface forces. It can be summarized by fitting more weapons on more vessels in order to "deceive the enemy, target the enemy, and destroy the enemy".
Navy Recognition's Day 1 video coverage at the Navy League’s Sea-Air-Space 2016 Exposition: Distributed Lethality. The distributed lethality concept was introduced (and is being advocated) by Vice Admiral Thomas Rowden, the Commander of the U.S. Navy's surface forces. It can be summarized by fitting more weapons on more vessels in order to "deceive the enemy, target the enemy, and destroy the enemy".
 
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Sea Air Space 2016 Day 1 Video - Distributed Lethality
 
 
 
Sea-Air-Space 2016 Daily Video Coverage: Day 1 - Distributed Lethality
 
Navy Recognition's Day 1 video coverage at the Navy League’s Sea-Air-Space 2016 Exposition: Distributed Lethality. The distributed lethality concept was introduced (and is being advocated) by Vice Admiral Thomas Rowden, the Commander of the U.S. Navy's surface forces. It can be summarized by fitting more weapons on more vessels in order to "deceive the enemy, target the enemy, and destroy the enemy".
     
Video: Day 1 at SAS 2016 - Distributed Lethality
     
In this video we are focusing on:
» Raytheon Tomahawk
» Kongsberg NSM
» BAE Systems HVP and SGP
» Lockheed Martin LRASM
» Boeing Harpoon ER
» AAC variable depth sonar