Maneuvering Jointly from the Sea

Temple, Daniel W.
February 1999
U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Feb99, Vol. 125 Issue 2, p40
Conference Proceeding
Focuses on the importance of Operational Maneuver From the Sea (OMFTS) in making the Marine Corps as the preeminent expeditionary warfighter of the United States. Command-and-control (C[sup2]) challenges presented by (OMFTS); List of requirements in developing a C[sup2] arrangement; Dominance of OMFTS as an amphibious warfare.


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