posted on Oct, 29 2013 @ 06:38 AM
reply to post by semperfortis
'Course, that design is old-world thinking. Future wars and equipment developed for those future wars will not be concerned as in the old days with
ship-to-ship radar stemming from back when ships-fought-ships with huge cannon from not more than twenty to thirty miles away. War will be fought
However, a new class of destroyers are an nice substitute for replacing older conventions such as a/c carriers because they all will be expendable
within the first week or two of a major conflict. Their life expectancy during WWIII will depend upon where they are in any one of the many seas and
what reach of lethality they contain. Most will be of no consequence, harmless to the play of power.
As with a/c carriers, and even old ideas of beach assaults, all major war ships at sea will be replaced by orbital weapon platforms scattered between
Earth and the Moon courtesy of the US Space Force. But they don't want you to think along those lines. That would be forward thinking, beyond what
they want you to think. Actually, they really don't want you to think too much about the existence of the Space Force itself. 'Better you think of
an ocean-going, new design of destroyer, not the adoption of the same concept applied to space as Gary McKinnon uncovered.