According to New London's Day, the melting of the arctic ice pack (in summer) means more subs in the Navy's developing strategy. The Navy "will rely on its submarine force to play a 'very significant role' in future operations in the harsh Arctic environment, where there is limited support infrastructure for ships and communication and navigation can be problematic."
But Rear Adm. David W. Titley, the Navy's senior oceanographer, said he did not have a high degree of confidence in this estimate because of the dynamic Arctic climate.
Crap! You mean the AGW alarmists might be wrong, and we won't get a bunch more subs and new and exciting missions?
That would suck!
Buy more SUV's!