New Realities Mean the Naval Must Dominate in the Littoral

Edwards, Mark
April 2004
Sea Power;Apr2004, Vol. 47 Issue 4, p42
Reports on the significance of developing modern ships as a strategy of the U.S. Navy to address the increasing threats which are prevalent in the littoral or coastal areas of the world. War and commercial ships devastated in littoral areas by adversaries; Technologies that will make ships more lethal and effective than current combat platforms; Naval ships considered to be the next-generation surface combatants.


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