February 2005
Sea Power;Feb2005, Vol. 48 Issue 2, p13
Focuses on the special operations forces in preparation to the counterterrorist missions and direct military action of the U.S. Navy. Training for the predeployment of Marine Expeditionary Units with special operations capabilities provided by the Marine Corps' Special Operations Training Group; Expansion of the U.S. Navy Sea, Air and Land (SEAL) missions in response to Pentagon requirements for more diverse special operations capabilities; Launch of the Tango Bravo project to inspire new designs for submarines by the Navy and Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.


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