U.S. Navy's 'Fleet Response Plan' Charts Course

Keeter, Hunter C.
October 2003
Sea Power;Oct2003, Vol. 46 Issue 10, p18
Reports on the development of the Fleet Response Plan of the U.S. Navy. Establishment of missile-defense surface action groups; Formation of squadrons of ships for surge deployment; Increase funding for military readiness.


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