England Charts a Careful Course Through Political Fire

Barnard, Richard C.
November 2004
Sea Power;Nov2004, Vol. 47 Issue 11, p12
Reports on the shipbuilding plan of U.S. Navy Secretary Gordon R. England to improve the productivity in 2006. Budget proposal for the major shipbuilding programs; Increase in the need for protection of the shipbuilding industrial base; Improvement of the Navy's strike capacity and its effectiveness for better target selection.


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