The U.S. Navy is set to unleash an army of ‘ghost boats‘ to scour the coasts for enemy submarines. They hope to end the growing threat of quiet, diesel-powered enemy submarines entering American waters undetected. Bosses revealed the first 132-foot-long ship, officially named The Anti-Submarine Warfare Continuous Trail Unmanned Vessel, will take to the water on April 7th.

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