- Administrative Support - This section provides administrative and personnel support services to the division.
- C4I and Wires - This section isis responsible for operationally testing submarine C4I systems, including such programs as:
- Photonics mast (AN/BVS-1)
- Submarine Local Area Network (SubLAN)
- Mine Warfare - This section is responsible for the operationally testing and evaluation of all mine warfare systems.
- Remote mine-hunting system (RMS)
- Surface mine counter measure unmanned undersea vehicles (SMCM UUV)
- Platforms System - This section is responsible for operationally testing for all anti-submarine warfare and related systems, including such programs as:
- Advanced SEAL delivery system (ASDS)
- SSGN conversion
- Virginia-class (SSN-774 class) submarines
- Submarine ASW - This section is responsible for the operational testing and evaluation of all submarine-based anti-submarine warfare systems, including such programs as:
- Mark 48 advanced capability (ADCAP) torpedo
- Mark 54 lightweight hybrid torpedo (LHT)
- Surface/Air ASW - This section is responsible for operationally testing and evaluation of all surface and aerial anti-submarine warfare systems, including such programs as:
- AN/UQQ-2 Surveillance Towed Array Sensor System (SURTASS) upgrades
- Littoral combat ship (LCS) ASW mission packages
Other articles related to "undersea warfare":
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... The Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) is the United States Navy's full-spectrum research, development, test and evaluation, engineering and fleet support center for submarines ...
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