US media: US artillery with a range of 1000 nautical miles may revive the battleship if it is successful

The U.S. Army is developing a new type of long-range cannon, claiming that it can strike targets up to 1150 miles away, according to the website of popular machinery on October 16. If the technology works, the “strategic long range cannon” could have a range of 50 times that of existing artillery. At the same time, this new type of artillery may also contribute to the return of a class of dormant battleships, large battleships, which were once thought to be gone forever. < / P > < p > earlier this year, the Journal of popular machinery published photos showing the leakage of slrc capabilities. With an effective range of 1000 nautical miles – about 1130 miles more than existing artillery – slrc could be a truly revolutionary breakthrough in artillery warfare. < / P > < p > the US Army has not yet explained how it will achieve such an incredible range, but seems confident that the gun will work as planned. A committee of the National Academy of Sciences, engineering, and medical schools is currently examining the technology to determine its feasibility, and the army plans to test the prototype in 2023. The slrc envisioned by the army is a towed gun pulled by a heavy truck, which can use its range to make a loophole large enough for the US military to pass through in the enemy’s air and sea defense systems. The U.S. Army is developing a new type of long-range cannon, claiming it can strike targets up to 1150 miles away, according to a report on the website of popular machinery on October 16. If the technology works, the “strategic long range cannon” could have a range of 50 times that of existing artillery. At the same time, this new type of artillery may also contribute to the return of a class of dormant battleships, large battleships, which were once thought to be gone forever. < / P > < p > earlier this year, the Journal of popular machinery published photos showing the leakage of slrc capabilities. With an effective range of 1000 nautical miles – about 1130 miles more than existing artillery – slrc could be a truly revolutionary breakthrough in artillery warfare. < / P > < p > the US Army has not yet explained how it will achieve such an incredible range, but seems confident that the gun will work as planned. A committee of the National Academy of Sciences, engineering, and medical schools is currently examining the technology to determine its feasibility, and the army plans to test the prototype in 2023. The slrc envisioned by the army is a towed gun pulled by a heavy truck, which can use its range to make a loophole large enough for the US military to pass through in the enemy’s air and sea defense systems. The irony of the new battleship is that the artillery, which once made it obsolete in the face of aircraft, may once again make it the best in the ordnance world. In 1943, battleships could only attack targets within 20 nautical miles, while aircraft carriers could attack as far as 872 nautical miles. By 2020, the combat radius of battleships can reach up to 1000 nautical miles, while the combat radius of f-35c fighters is between 630 and 740 nautical miles. < p > < p > a battleship can also strike longer targets without the risk of a pilot, and, if the cost of ammunition permits, it may be able to do so at a lower cost than a fighter, which costs $45000 per hour to fly. Nevertheless, aircraft carriers are extremely versatile platforms, so the new battleships are only a supplement to them, not a replacement for them.