Team 2: Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) Mission Packages: Determining the Best Mix
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The threat facing the U.S. Navy is changing from engagement in blue water to combat in the littorals. In order to meet this threat, the U.S. Navy built the Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) — a high speed, shallow draft, focused-mission platform capable of operating independently, as a squadron, or as part of a Carrier/Expeditionary Strike Group (CSG/ ESG).1 As with every new platform, many questions regarding the employment of LCS are still unanswered. How many LCS should comprise a squadron?
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