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Undersea Warfare Program

Beginning with the defeat of German U-boats in World War II, CNA’s analyses of undersea warfare have reinforced national security. Today, our analysts work on unmanned underwater vehicles and undersea infrastructure, as well as submarine and antisubmarine warfare. They collect data by participating real-world operations and exercises. Their quantitative analyses support the development of current tactics and future systems.

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CNA Executive Vice President Dr. Andrew Mara discusses CNA’s contributions to undersea warfare.

Recent Reports

Most of the work products from the Undersea Warfare Program are classified or have distribution limited to the Department of Defense. Visitors with appropriate credentials can find these reports on the CNA SIPR site.

OPLAN Risk of Mission/Force Due to Adversary Mining

Evaluation of OPLAN for MPRA Operations: Interim Results

MQ-4C TRITON Airfield Weather Analysis


Dr. Harvey Spivack, Research Program Director
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