Admiralty Anti-Submarine Experimental Establishment
|Jurisdiction||Government of the United Kingdom|
|Parent agency||Department of Admiralty|
Research and experimentation into under water detection originated in the ASDIC Research and Development Unit at Portland Naval Base (1927-1940), it was renamed the Anti-Submarine Experimental Establishment now based at Fairlie until 1947 when it was renamed again to the Admiralty Underwater Detection Establishment, which in 1960 was absorbed into the Admiralty Underwater Weapons Establishment.
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