26/09/2022 07:10 PM | Click to read full article
One of the earliest steps to building a military ship of any kind is to thoroughly vet it for strengths and weaknesses, in the testing waters of the Navy’s MASK.
Holding more than 12 million gallons, the 240-foot wide, 360-foot long pool tests military and also non-military vessels for seaworthiness. These include ships, submarines, and AVs. MASK can mimic virtually any sea condition around the world’s oceans.