Britain, Denmark, and Spain Could Undergo Significant Force Changes

November 2003
Sea Power;Nov2003, Vol. 46 Issue 11, p43
Reports on the reductions of the armed forces of Denmark, Spain and Great Britain. Indication that the British Royal Navy's surface and subsurface forces could be the target of possible cuts; Effect of the Denmark's transformation from a territorial defense structure to an expeditionary force on the forces of the nation; Discussion of the Spanish government on the possible reduction in the number of surface combatants.


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