Hello; Report reveals new details about the U.S. Navy’s Next-Generation Attack Submarine, or SSN(X). The sub, which begins procurement in 10 years, will refocus the U.S.’s undersea fleet away from supporting land wars to fighting enemy fleets both above and below the waves. The Navy’s current attack submarine fleet consists of a mix of older Los Angeles-class submarines, Seawolf-class submarines (shown above), and the latest class of Virginia-class subs. The Virginia class, currently in production. The investment would decline if the Navy were willing to clearly identify the mission. Surface vessels seems outdated given the latest technology to sink the surface fleet. Diesel mini-subs running shuttle to nuclear ships is always a good option. Noisy wolf packs guarding surface ships is another good option if there is an effective way to take out anti sub assets?