Netherlands Weighs Downsizing Navy

September 2003
Sea Power;Sep2003, Vol. 46 Issue 9, p40
Presents the framework for long-term defense plan, known as the Integral Defense Plan (IDP) by the Dutch Ministry of Defense. Permission of the Netherlands to reduce specific capabilities by the NATO and European Union alliances; Reduction in the military budget; List of restructuring programs envisioned under IDP 2004-2013.


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