New Technologies, Changing Priorities Foretell Need for Fewer Navel Personnel

Roth, Margaret
June 2004
Sea Power;Jun2004, Vol. 47 Issue 6, p25
Focuses on the proposal for a fewer active-duty U.S. Navy personnel and reservists in 2005. Use of technology in the design of the Navy's newest ships and planes that will enable fewer personnel; Possibility of reducing manning on older systems; Efforts of the Navy to reshape the officer corps with an eye to fewer accessions and greater retention. INSET: CUTS TO CONTINUE THROUGH 2008.


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