February 2004
Sea Power;Feb2004, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p42
Reports global developments related to sea control as of February 2004. Confirmation on the plan of the Royal Navy to decommission a number of major surface combatants from fleet; Participation of Australia in the missile defense program of the United States; Continuity of the modernization plan for the Indian Navy.


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