Definition of ship influence

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ship influence

'ship influence' is an military term meaning '(DOD,NATO) In naval mine warfare, the magnetic, acoustic, and pressure effects of a ship, or a minesweep simulating a ship, which is detectable by a mine or other sensing devices'.

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