Keys to the Future

Burgess, Richard R.
May 2005
Sea Power;May2005, Vol. 48 Issue 5, p31
Focuses on U.S. Navy Admiral Vern Clark's highlighting of his drive to transform the Navy from a force structure designed for rotation to one responsive to real enemy. Fleet Response Plan to deploy forces less predictably; Reduction of the cost of manpower and match personnel with the skills needed by the service; Modification of the USS Stockholm to support the global war on terrorism.


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