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Navy Eyes February Release of ‘Unmanned Campaign Plan’

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The U.S. Navy is expected to release its plan for its fleet of unmanned ships later this month, Breaking Defense reported Monday.

The upcoming Unmanned Campaign Plan will provide information on how the Navy will combine into a coherent whole its future unmanned surface, aerial and subsurface weapons and outline the operations and missions of those new platforms.

The 30-year shipbuilding plan issued in December proposed a fleet of 119 to 166 unmanned ships by 2045. The Navy plans to procure large unmanned surface vehicles, extra-large unmanned undersea vehicles and medium unmanned surface vehicles, according to the report.