Communications Gap Hampers Relations Between Congress, Navy

Klamper, Amy; Burgess, Richard R.; Munns, David W.
April 2005
Sea Power;Apr2005, Vol. 48 Issue 4, p6
Reports on developments and issues involving the U.S. Navy. Exchange of ideas between Senate Armed Services Chairman John Warner and Navy Secretary Gordon R. England on the growing gap of communications between the Navy and the Congress; Appointment of Michael Mullen as the new Chief of Naval Operations; Impact of the communication gap on shipbuilders.


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