Charles Gaines January 17, 2012 10:34 PM I could swear I\'ve seen this thing before. Looks really familiar anyway. BombR76 January 17, 2012 11:19 PM With the potential US military cut-backs it doesn\'t stand a GHOST of a chance !!!Awesome technology !!! Flipider Comm January 18, 2012 05:05 AM Charles Gaines. You saw something like this in a Jame Bond movie. Gavrilo Bozovic January 18, 2012 07:25 AM ... and what you saw in the James Bond movie was another American prototype.As for supercavitation, I guess it works similarly as the Russian Shkval supercavitating torpedo:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ShkvalIn this case, the exhaust of its turbopumps is fed from the point of the torpedo, creating a bubble that surrounds it, and allows it to \"fly\" through water at 400kts. SanDooo January 18, 2012 07:46 AM @Charles Gaines : maybe Street Fighter the movie ? As far as I can remember it looked pretty much the same. Cristi Eftinoiu January 18, 2012 08:10 AM Looks a lot like US NAVY\'s stealth ship Sea Shadow from \'84. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sea_Shadow_%28IX-529%29 Alan Belardinelli January 18, 2012 08:22 AM My understanding is that supercavitation is very loud through sonar. Mack McDowell January 18, 2012 08:35 AM It looks like the little mining ship you pilot in Descent :p byzehr.111 January 18, 2012 08:55 AM http://contest.techbriefs.com/transportation-2011/1302 sgdeluxedoc January 18, 2012 10:20 AM My first reaction was a creepy sort of deja-vu.. like the last thing you would see before an attack. ..And Alan, as a musician with some experience in acoustical engineering, I\'d be curious as to why it would be so loud to sonar .. my guess is the air pocket acts as a resonance chamber.. correct?