Report torpedos naval base cruise ship plan. In a press release, the Navy said it has been working to find a way to use ballistic missiles without compromising the stealth capabilities of its ships while at the same time being able to conduct combat missions quickly.
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However, while an advanced nuclear-based ballistic missile would render nuclear submarines and missile defense capabilities obsolete, a missile would still have the ability to strike any nation or region. The current Navy uses nuclear submarines to defeat submarine adversaries but does not have the capability to counter ballistic missiles.
With the Carl Vinson in the region, Navy leaders have looked at all other types of missiles. After the U.S. lost its Polaris-class nuclear ballistic missile to North Korea in December of 2014, Vice Adm. Paul Zukunft said the Pentagon and U.S. allies have no choice but to choose the nuclear-capable ballistic missile or nuclear cruise missile.