Goldstein, Lyle J.; Zhukov, Yuri M.
March 2004
Naval War College Review;Spring2004, Vol. 57 Issue 2, p27
Academic Journal
Focuses on the Russian perspective on the 1973 Naval standoff and the operation of the U.S. Navy in the Mediterranean Region. Implication of the crisis to the America's opponents; Justification for maintaining a permanent presence in the Mediterranean; Operation for prolonged periods without shore access.


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