Navy Should Bolster Crisis Planning for Theater ASW

Kime, Patricia
September 2003
Sea Power;Sep2003, Vol. 46 Issue 9, p12
Focuses on the management of underwater battlefield on its antisubmarine warfare (ASW) by the U.S. Navy. Need for more ASW commanders and staff for crisis planning at the operational level; Allocation of assets to engage hostile subs; Features of common undersea picture technologies.


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