Medium: How I Lost the Battle of the South China Sea

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The LCS was designed to fight close to shore, a characteristic that opens the vessel up to more missions — and challenges — than most Navy ships. For one, they have to be both versatile and agile. The vessels are lightly armed, and rely on swappable “mission modules” to increase firepower and other special capabilities such as surface warfare, minesweeping and anti-submarine warfare.

How I Lost the Battle of the South China Sea“, Medium, 10/26/13.

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