US Navy/Lt. Joe Painter The Russian navy, its submarine force in particular, is getting more sophisticated and becoming more active around Europe. The US and NATO are aware of this, and the US Navy is responding to a more complex environment with more robust command and control. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. The Russian sub fleet is growing and growing more active, and the US and its NATO partners are more concerned about what those boats and rest of the Russian navy are up to around Europe. For the US Navy, that means more focus on the Atlantic, especially the North Atlantic, closer to the home base of Russia’s Northern Fleet on the Barents Sea. At the end of September, the Navy reestablished Submarine Group 2 in Norfolk, Virginia, five years after the unit was deactivated. The reactivation comes just over a year after the Navy reestablished its Second Fleet, which oversees the western half of the Atlantic up into the high north. US Navy/Mass Comm Specialist 1st Class Jeffrey M. Richardson The reestablishment of Submarine Group 2 is likewise “aimed at enhancing the Navy’s capacity to command and control its undersea warfare forces seamlessly across the entire… Read full this story
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