STENNIS SPACE CENTER, Miss. —— Underwater warfare, as a physical-battlespace, has grown in parallel to current technological innovation, expanding use of unmanned underwater vehicles (UUV), and the U.S. Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command (Naval Oceanography) has prepared—over the last 150 years—to be the  nation’s leading authority for all things UUV.
Naval Oceanography uses an assortment of UUVs to collect environmental-battlespace data which create real-time, predictive models for operational purposes to the U.S. Navy’s Fleet—where each UUV is utilized based on its unique capability.