antitorpedo

antitorpedo

[‚an·tē·tȯr′pēd·ō]
(ordnance)
Descriptive of equipment, missiles, and the like designed to combat or destroy torpedoes.
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PEI has already developed and fielded advanced composite systems such as the composite launch canister, which houses the AntiTorpedo Torpedo (ATT) on the USS Bush; and our experience and knowledge of U.
Surface ship torpedo defense has been revitalized; the first hard-kill system, an antitorpedo torpedo, could be fielded by early in the next decade.
had radar and air defenses, and could have used antitorpedo netting to protect its capital ships; what's more, the U.