Navy's New Battle Stations 21: The Ultimate Final Exam

Roth, Margaret
December 2003
Sea Power;Dec2003, Vol. 46 Issue 12, p28
Reports on the ultimate final examination given to the new recruits of the U.S. Navy with Battle Stations 21. Statement of Ann E. Rondeau, commander of Naval Service Training Command, on the concepts behind the actual training examination; Ultimate goals of the training examination; Challenges of the training examination. INSET: The New Realism.


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