A Lanchester model of submarine attack on a carrier battlegroup
Eagle, James N.
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A Lanchester model is developed for a battlegroup ASW engagement. Two variations are included. In the first, long-range missile firing submarines, short-range missile or torpedo firing submarines, and submarines firing only torpedoes distribute their attack uniformly over battlegroup escort ships and carriers. In the second variation, the attack is concentrated on the carriers.
NPS Report NumberNPS55-87-011
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