Definitions for underseaˈʌn dərˌsi
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beneath the surface of the sea
Existing, relating to, or made for use beneath the sea.
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There are multiple proposals before the Cuban government to have an undersea cable connected from Miami to Havana.
They (Russia) will build the new undersea pipeline, though it's not clear where will it end up, unfortunately, there is nothing in yesterday's news to indicate that the Gazprom-financed stretch would be curtailed.
From unmanned carrier aviation, to critical Air Force strike and airlift programs, to investment in Marine Corps amphibious programs, to the next-generation undersea nuclear deterrent, this year’s mark will help sustain America’s power projection capabilities in the years ahead.
Internet protocol was designed to be highly robust and decentralized, there are a few big ‘trunks,’ huge fiber-optic cables that run undersea and carry much of the traffic from, say, the U.S. to Japan, but there are multiples of most of those and other routes, like satellite, even if they all go out.
At the end of WWII we did not have an undersea advantage. The Germans had developed submarines with snorkels and the US was searching for how they would deal with them. The new subs could avoid radar detection and were quiet when using their batteries. Then, nuclear submarines came along. Passive sonar worked really well against them because they make noise continuously. Passive sonar works well against nuclear submarines and is less effective against diesels.
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