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Navy’s unmanned sub will be deployed to defend our undersea cables


Navy’s unmanned sub will be deployed to defend our undersea cables and pipes amid fears of Russian attack

  • An attack by Russia on Britain’s underwater infrastructure would be act of war
  • The 17-ton Cetus is being made in Plymouth and can be rapidly deployed 
  • The unmanned submarine is due to be delivered to the Royal Navy in two years

Britain is to deploy a £15million unmanned submarine to provide around-the-clock protection for internet and energy cables on the sea bed.

The battery-powered 12metre-long Cetus drone will offer a ‘step-change’ in the UK’s ability to ‘dominate the underwater battlespace’, according to the head of the Royal Navy, Admiral Sir Ben Key.

An attack by Russia on this country’s underwater infrastructure in…



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