The clip theres-a-way-to-track-them from Battleship (2012) with Taylor Kitsch, Tadanobu Asano. Powered by: ...
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Pearl Harbor here, we're approximately here,
and they, whatever they are, are somewhere in the middle.
We're trapped out here.
What we know right now is we can't target them
unless we've a plain line of sight.
Without radar, we have no way to track them, correct?
Correct. But I don't think they can see us, either.
- Why? - Because we are still alive.
Okay, so they can't see us and we can't see them.
And we have no way to hit them from a safe distance.
- There is a way. - A way?
A way of seeing them, without seeing them.
You're gonna reference "Art of War" right now, aren't you?
What are we supposed to do, fight the enemy where they aren't?
Move like water?
Cause I've read that thing like six times. It makes no sense.
That book is Chinese.
It still makes no sense.
My way is much more simple.
We've been doing it to America for 20 years.
How do you track water displacement?
- Tsunami buoys. - Tsunami buoys?
You have them surrounding your islands,
transmitting displacement data.
We hack into their transmissions, form a grid.
You can't track anything without radar.
I don't need radar.
Just the radio frequencies.
Turn off Aegis radar, please.
Who is this guy?
- Chief Moore. - Sir.
- Secure SPY. - Securing SPY, sir.
Display NOAA data.
- NOAA data? - That's correct.
You heard 'im. Display NOAA data.
- What the hell is that? - It's a buoy.
If it gets hit by a wave, it transmits a signal.