Navy to Face Tough Issues As Strategic Review Takes Shape

Klamper, Amy; Burgess, Richard R.; Lackey, Sue A.
February 2005
Sea Power;Feb2005, Vol. 48 Issue 2, p6
Reports on a major reassessment of the military's strategy, forces, capabilities and risks called Quadrennial Defense Review (QDR) conducted by the Pentagon and leaded by the Defense Secretary in the U.S. Duties and responsibilities of Admiral Patrick Walsh, head of QDR process for the Navy; Areas covered in QDR reassessment process; Fundamental issues to be dealt with by the Navy; Statement of Ronald O'Rourke, senior analyst for the Congressional Research Service, regarding the shipbuilding plan of the Navy.


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