The Navy's future littoral ships could have information warfare capabilities designed specifically to disrupt the computer networks of a potential enemy, according to a senior Navy official. "We're focusing very heavily on networks in the development of our ships in the future," Vice Adm. Timothy LaFleur, commander of the Naval Surface Force U.S. Pacific Fleet, told reporters in Washington July 16. "If our networks can outperform the other guys' networks, we can win the battle without ...

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