WOLVERINE ZCC & SEAWOLF DEPLOYMENT STUDY

First Strike Supremacy using the Wolverine ZCC robot battleship and Seawolf deployment tactics

 

Operation Wolverine, Seawolf robotic battleship network

 

THE CHANGEOVER TO ZCC DESTROYERS - HOW MUCH?

 

This costing exercise (feasibility study) is at this stage very basic and simply to give navies a ballpark figure for world naval coverage and first strike supremacy. The figures below are for 4,440 SAM missiles and 444 torpedoes in active service, making a total of $ 6.88 billion dollars. To upgrade the fleet to 6,660 SAMs and 666 torpedoes, the defence bill rises to $ 8.66 billion. That equates to one Seawolf class submarine ($2B) and one Nimitz class aircraft carrier ($6.2B).

 

The ultimate accessory will be the addition of a nuclear tipped intermediate range (cruise) missiles for each of the 222 operational ZCCs suggested as a minimum effective force. That ballpark study is to follow, where the modifications to each ZCC have to be considered as part of a redesign exercise.

 

At present the US operates 10 Nimitz class aircraft carriers, with the new Gerald Ford class estimated to cost around $13.5 billion a piece - for a bill of $135 billion dollars. Then there is the cost of provisioning and training the crew and decommissioning of the ships at the end of their service life.

 

The question is, for how long can navies continue to squander tax dollars on such pollution emitting behemoths that cannot possibly match the firepower of the nimble ZCC robot warship network. And, certainly cannot compete is terms of operational costs. 

 

 

ZONE

DESCRIPTION

OPERATIONAL ZCCs

$ COST

.

.

.

.

A

Pacific Ocean

100 @ $31m

3100,000,000

B

Indian Ocean

20

620,000,000

C

North Atlantic

30

930,000,000

D

South Atlantic

20

620,000,000

E

Norwegian, Barents & Kara Seas

12

372,000,000

F

Mediterranean Sea

6

186,000,000

G

East Siberian & Beaufort Seas

10

310,000,000

H

Sea of Japan & East China Sea

4

124,000,000

I

Arabian Sea

10

310,000,000

J

Bay of Bengal

4

124,000,000

K

Caribbean Sea & Gulf of Mexico

6

186,000,000

.

.

.

.

.

TOTAL ZCCs

222

$ 6,882,000,000

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.

.

.

.

.

.

.

 

 

D

D

D

D

D

D

Seawolf, wolf pack network submarine countermeasures

    

 

                              

D

          

                

 

D

D

Dd

 

DEPLOYMENT ZONES - Wolverine ZCC operations as a basic deployment to give a robotic navy the ability to sink every nuclear submarine and every aircraft carrier that is afloat on the oceans today. Total projected cost for such capability is under $10 billion US dollars.

 

 


MODERN ERA AUTOMATION AND ROBOT WARSHIPS

The development of electronics has advanced to the stage where pilots in the sky and sailors on the ocean are no longer necessary. Operations may be conducted at shore based GHQs linked to a central command post (the Admiral of the Fleet).


The real crunch comes when someone decides to push the button. With the robotic fleet there are no human casualties. When a conventional fleet is attacked there will be considerable loss of human life. Try explaining that to all the mothers and fathers who will have lost their sons and daughters - or who are at risk of losing their sons and daughters through complacency.

 

 

 

 

 

LINKS & REFERENCE

 

FBO DARPA opportunity

Submarine Warfare

List of sunken nuclear submarines

Battle Pirates

http://www.military-today.com/navy/seawolf_class.htm
http://battlepirates.wikia.com/wiki/Hulls

HMS Astute 1st of Class

HMS Vanguard- Trident

INS Sindhurakshak - explosion & sinking

Lusitania - Torpedo attack

Predator - Covert submarine hunter/killer

Seawolf - Autonomous wolf pack deployment of Predator mini-subs

U20 - Kapitan Leutnant Walther Schwieger

USS Bluefish WWI submarine

USS Bluefish - Nuclear submarine

USS Flying Fish

USS Nautilus - 1st nuclear submarine & subsea north pole passage

 

 

 

 

FICTION Operation Neptune - An advanced nuclear submarine is hijacked by environmental extremists intent on stopping pollution from the burning of fossil fuels. The extremists torpedo a number of oil wells as part of a campaign to cause energy chaos, with bigger plans to come. If you enjoyed Under Siege or The Hunt for Red October, this is a must for you.

 

World oceananic robotic naval domination

 

 

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