UK Royal Navy Developing Surveillance Vessel to Protect Critical Subsea Infrastructure

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    The UK Royal Navy is developing a “Multi Role Ocean Surveillance ship (MROSS)” aimed at protecting critical subsea infrastructure from threat.

    In a statement on Wednesday, the UK Ministry of Defence said the ship would come into service by 2024.

    “[MROSS] will be a surface vessel, with a crew of around 15 people who will conduct research to help the Royal Navy and Ministry of Defence protect our undersea critical national infrastructure and keep our lives and livelihoods secure from threat,” the ministry said.

    “Undersea cables are vital to the global economy and communications between governments.

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