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UNDERWATER MENACE:

Arguments whether the best deterrent force is that equipped with submarines or that equipped with aircraft continues. Meanwhile, the nuclear-powered submarine forces carrying intercontinental ballistic missiles continue to build up. Russia's fleet, we are told, is expanding rapidly and the two photographs which head this page give some idea of what they look like.

There are two incontrovertible facts about this—firstly, the missile-carrying submarine is very much a weapon of today, and, secondly, the only answer to this menace which we have at this moment is the anti-submarine aircraft. Since the end of World War Two anti-submarine techniques have changed tremendously. They have also' grown complicated and technical. Words like " MAD," " active and passive SONAR " and " Lulu" are now commonplace but it is probably true to say that few people know exactly what these devices are and how they work.

John Fricker, on page 21 of this issue, now sets out to right this omission. His story of modern anti-submarine warfare techniques is graphic and informative. It is a subject which has already assumed vital proportions in international strategy and a story which has needed telling for some time.
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