Navy League Supports Senate Confirmation of New Secretary of the Navy

McNeill, Sheila
November 2003
Sea Power;Nov2003, Vol. 46 Issue 11, p38
Reports on the appointment of Gordon England as the secretary of the U.S. Navy. Reason for the appointment of England; Career background; Competence of England in handling the position.


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