Miller, Timothy D.; Larsen, Jeffrey A.
March 2004
Naval War College Review;Spring2004, Vol. 57 Issue 2, p64
Academic Journal
Describes the possible solution to the problem of dealing with Russia's tactical nuclear weapon by the U.S. Navy. Change in the approach; Key factor of a successful contract; Specification of the size and composition of the Russian tactical nuclear stockpile.


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