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Munns, David W.
May 2005
Sea Power;May2005, Vol. 48 Issue 5, p22
Focuses on the increased cooperation between the U.S. Coast Guard and Navy to increase the awareness of the United States in maritime security. Increase surveillance and security of the nation's coastal approaches; Cooperation on the acquisition of new technologies to interdict terrorist threats to the U.S.; Expansion of the Office of Naval Intelligence and the Coast Guard's Intelligence Coordination Center.


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