Monthly Commentary – June 2021

Surfacing and Assessing the MidYear Landscape
A submarine’s military effectiveness has always depended on its ability to remain submerged and undetected. Surprisingly, the earliest vessels operated blindly under the sea, and until the twentieth century the only way for one to see was by surfacing. Of course, this revealed the submarine’s location to nearby vessels and conceded its invisibility.

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