antisubmarine

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antisubmarine

[¦an·tē‚səb·mə′rēn]
(ordnance)
Descriptive of equipment, mines, or missiles designed to attack or destroy submarines.
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Maritime forces need better anti-submarine weapons, and face a massive threat from submarine and air-launched missiles and also from mines; the most serious deficiency is in numbers.
Showell, a naval historian and author of several other books on U-boat operations, takes a chronological look at the submarine and its history from World War I and II to the modern German Navy, including weapon systems, anti-submarine weapons, and builders.
They are installing vertical launchers, but mainly for anti-surface and anti-submarine weapons.
The USNI Military Database is the only source with coverage of over 150 nations' air, ground, naval, special warfare, and strategic forces--including detailed orders of battle for each military service, and coverage of military equipment in use and in production--including detailed descriptions of aircraft, anti-submarine weapons, artillery, guns, ground combat vehicles, missiles/rockets, naval mines, torpedoes, sensors, ships and submarines.
Namely, the anti-submarine weapons test facility of the Russian Navy in Karakol, 338th node connection of the Russian Navy in Spartak village and the autonomous seismic special control points of service of the Russian Defense Ministry in Mailuu-Suu.
In addition, LM-NE&SS supplies the military with guidance and imaging sensors, lighter-than-air surveillance systems and anti-submarine weapons.

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