Detect To Engage (DTE) – Navy Ship’s Defense Detect Inbound Hostile Target During Exercise

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Detect To Engage (DTE) – Navy Ship's Defense Detect Inbound Hostile Target During Exercise

The amphibious dock landing ship USS Ashland (LSD 48) performs a Detect to Engage (DTE) exercise with a P-8 Poseidon assigned to the Patrol Squadron (VP) 26 Tridents. DTE Tests the ships ability to track and engage low-flying aircraft using integrated Air Surveillance and Self Defense Systems.

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