|Computerworld: New Navy Vessel's Revolutionary IT|
HSV 2 Swift uses commercial computer systems for automation and manpower reduction. (April 2, 2004)
|DC Military: HSV-2 proving to be prototype for littoral combat ship program|
HSV-2 Swift is being used to test sea swap and smaller crew sizes. (April 9, 2004)
|DC Military: Westpac continues to move large shipments|
The Westpac Express transported III MEF Marines to South Korea for training exercises. (April 2, 2004)
|Defend America: High Speed Naval Vessel Surfs African Region|
HSV-X1 Joint Venture conducted counter-terrorism training around the Horn of Africa. (July 21, 2003)
|DefenseLINK: Navy Shows Off Next-Generation Vessel|
HSV-2 Swift's open house in Alexandria, Va. (April 2, 2004)
|High Speed Vessel 2 SWIFT|
US Navy's Mine Warfare Command's homepage for the Swift.
|HSV 4676 WestPac Express|
US Military Sealift Command's High Speed Vessel based in Sasebo, Japan that operates in support of US Marines III MEF.
|HSV at GlobalSecurity|
Overview, history and plans for the HSV ships.
|HSV makes port in S. Korea, offloads Marines for training|
Westpac Express delivered Marines and equipment in support of annual training exercises. (March 22, 2004)
|Inside the Navy: Marines Getting Good Results With Australian High-Speed Vessel|
Westpac Express used to transport Marines based in Okinawa, Japan. (October 15, 2001)