Navy League of the United States Maritime Policy 2004 Synopsis

January 2004
Sea Power;Jan2004, Vol. 47 Issue 1, p195
Presents a synopsis of maritime policies formulated by the Navy League of the United States. Plans of the Navy League to help the Navy continue its leadership in the global war on terrorism; Actions to be undertaken by the organization in order to support the missions of the Coast Guard; Other concerns of the Navy League for the benefit of the nation.


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