Don't go big! Go small?
A MISSILE FIRING MARK VI PATROL BOAT IN THE IMAGE OF FRENCH NAVAL THEORY AS WAS ENUNCIATED IN THE LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY?
"Jeune École ('Young School') was a strategic naval concept developed during the 19th century. It advocated the use of small, powerfully equipped units to combat a larger battleship fleet, and commerce raiders capable of ending the trade of the rival nation. The idea was developed among French naval theorists"
MARK VI ADMITTEDLY NOT A PELAGIC [DEEP WATER] WARSHIP. BUT CAN BE CARRIED WITHIN AN ALREADY EXISTING AMPHIBIOUS ASSAULT VESSEL! MARK VI TRANSPORTED TO THE SCENE OF THE ACTION AND DEPLOYED WHEN NEEDED? THIS IS DO-ABLE AND RIGHT NOW?
A Mark VI torpedo boat as being taken [?] into the interior of an amphibious assault vessel]. [AAV].
How many of these patrol boats as armed with a firing unit of four American LRSAM [long-range anti-ship missile] can fit within an AAV?
Prodigious numbers of Mark VI missile-firing boats "small, powerfully equipped units" UNMANNED allowing for a naval military capacity worthy of consideration? You the devoted reader decide for yourself.