The Navy League's Sea-Air-Space exposition is off to a rousing start. The event, being held at National Harbor, Maryland, is only a few hours old and Twitter is already brimming with provocative messages under hashtag #SAS16.

As if Navy submarines weren't formidable enough, they are about to get more firepower with unmanned systems.

The future of warfare is a prime topic at any defense-oriented event, and SAS is no exception.

The future of warfare is bound to be at least as much about electronics and information as bombs and bullets.

Naval Sea Systems Command brought information on the Gerald R Ford-class carrier program.

Finally, this sounds interesting, but how does it look in a bikini?

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