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Study This Submarine: Could It Sink a U.S. Navy Aircraft Carrier?

“The ambush tactics for which the mini-sub is designed seem to fit the pattern of recent Iranian weapons procurement and their expressed interest in building a robust anti-access/area denial capability.”
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There Is No Going Back If Iran Sinks A U.S. Navy Aircraft Carrier

It would mean war.
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Trump's Nightmare: Could North Korea Sink a U.S. Navy Aircraft Carrier?

Perhaps more of one than you think.
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An Easy Way To Start World War III: Sink a U.S. Navy Aircraft Carrier

Just asking for it.
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Did a Small French Submarine Really 'Sink' a U.S. Navy Aircraft Carrier?

In a 2015 wargame, it might have happened.
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Pick Your Weapon: A New U.S. Navy Aircraft Carrier or 2,000 Hypersonic Missiles?

That is the question being floated by one senior U.S. defense official.
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The Old School Way to Sink a U.S. Navy Aircraft Carrier

Of course, just like the carrier-based ATTDS, the CRAW anti-torpedo torpedo would also require testing to see if they work as well in practice as they do in theory. Nonetheless, the concept of adding an additional close-range layer of protection to submarines has merit given the increasing capability of modern torpedoes, and the sobering reality that a submarine would be lucky to survive even a single torpedo hit.In 2019, an annual report released by the Department of Testing & Evaluation reveal...
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Here's What Happens After Russia or China Sink a U.S. Navy Aircraft Carrier

An attack that sank a carrier with significant casualties, on the other hand, might well result in demands for vengeance, the specific circumstances of the attack notwithstanding. This could put U.S. policymakers in the awkward position of needing to escalate, without being able to use some of the most lethal military options in their toolkit.Since the 1950s, the supercarrier has been the most visible representation of U.S. military power and maritime hegemony. Although supercarriers have partic...
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How One Submarine Killed a U.S. Navy Aircraft Carrier in a Simulation

The slow, sustainable underwater speed of AIP-powered diesel submarines make them less than ideal for stalking prey over vast expanses of water.In 2005, USS Ronald Reagan, a newly constructed $6.2 billion dollar aircraft carrier, sank after being hit by multiple torpedoes.Fortunately, this did not occur in actual combat, but was simulated as part of a war game pitting a carrier task force including numerous antisubmarine escorts against HSMS Gotland, a small Swedish diesel-powered submarine disp...
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The Biggest Threat to a U.S. Navy Aircraft Carrier: Catching on Fire

History tells us why.
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Could Russia's New "Nuclear Torpedo" Sink a U.S. Navy Aircraft Carrier?

Whether Poseidon adds much to Russia’s strategic nuclear forces is doubtful. No less is doubtful is Poseidon the Carrier-Killer.
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