Tuesday, 1 March 2016

HMS Artful uses new "brain" to fire torpedo

The Royal Navy's latest and most advanced nuclear submarine, HMS Artful, has successfully fired its first test torpedo using a state-of-the-art "brain." According to the British Ministry of Defence, the 7,400-tonne hunter-killer used the new Command Combat System to integrate data from its suite of sensors to track and hit the moving target with an unarmed practice weapon. The Artful is the third of the Astute class submarines and is the first to have the CCS installed... Continue Reading HMS Artful uses new "brain" to fire torpedo

Category: Military

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