It was Millenium Challenge 2002. General Van Riper, in charge of the Red Forces, totally mangled the rules of the wargame when he used his boat swarm.
From somebody who was there:
">The enemy can't materialize forces out of thin air, but what you account a marginal or non-capability the enemy may be able to put to effective use in a way you don't expect.
That is indeed so, however that doesn't really touch on what Riper was doing. As an example, one of the actions carried out by the "American" forces was a series of pre-emptive strikes on missile batteries along the coast in question followed by surveillance of those sites to make sure they had been destroyed. Riper simply ignored that and carried on using the batteries as if nothing had happened. Another example is that he "created" a fleet of mosquito missile craft by fitting P-15 Styx missiles onto Boston Whalers and then using them over a hundred miles from the coast (he wasn't even transiting them from coastal harbors and anchorages - he just positioned them in an ideal spot and stated they were opening fire. Using our chess analogy, he wasn't just putting a queen on the board every time he felt like it, he was putting that queen straight into a checkmate position)."
Then, after the referees looked at it, they threw Van Riper out and restarted the thing. Much of what is out there is a result of Riper whining about it.
Incidentally, the boats used were between 25 and 30 feet long. A Styx missile is about 19 feet long and weighs about 5000 lbs. Bolt the launcher onto the centerline of the boat, add a 5000 pound missile 6-8 feet above waterline, and the question is whether the boat makes it out of the harbor.
Doc and Roger may be able to do something, but I suspect that something regards a mallet and the person who came up with the idea.