In My Own Words

October 2003
Sea Power;Oct2003, Vol. 46 Issue 10, p64
Comments on the enforcement of fisheries regulations in the U.S. Imposition of regulations to preserve resources; Prohibition of illegal activities in the sea; Development of high-endurance plans for maritime protection.


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