Reassess Ready Reserve Force

McNeill, Sheila M.
December 2004
Sea Power;Dec2004, Vol. 47 Issue 12, p3
Focuses on the reassessment of the role of Ready Reserve Force (RRF) in the U.S. Navy. Purpose for the creation of RRF; Successful operation of the RRF which is a joint effort by government agencies and industries; Complex structure which is not a barrier to success for the RRF ships; Possibility of RRF ships to be used in a variety of innovative ways to improve the security of the United States.


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