The U.S. Navy Wants To Build a “Ghost Fleet” of Drone Warships | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

The U.S. Navy Wants To Build a “Ghost Fleet” of Drone Warships

The U.S. Navy plans to buy ten new warships over the next five years that won't carry any sailors.

These drone ships are designed to carry sensors and weapons. Measuring up to 300 feet long and displacing 2,000 tons, the vessels are meant to extend the sensor range of fleets at sea. The ships will also likely carry weapons, giving the fleet greater firepower and an asset commanders won’t hesitate to send on the most dangerous missions, since that won't mean endangering the lives of sailors.

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