Navy Eyes New Kinds of 'Connectors' Between Sea Bases, Forces Ashore

Cahlink, George
June 2004
Sea Power;Jun2004, Vol. 47 Issue 6, p18
Focuses on the lack of connectors between sea bases in the U.S. Navy's sea basing concept. Effect of the lack of sealift and airlift on sea basing; Importance of the integration of connectors with major platforms of the sea base to help bring the e sea base concept alive; Need for rapid, flexible cargo and personnel movement among the ships and from sea to land under most sea conditions. INSET: MAKING THE CONNECTION.


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