International Cooperation Makes Good Sense

Byus, Fred
November 2006
Sea Power;Nov2006, Vol. 49 Issue 11, p5
The article presents an acknowledgment for the August 2006 issue of "Seapower." It was stated that the author expressed gladness in the interactions and the engagements carried by the Naval Oceanography Program. The author added that the country's effort in cooperating with other nations will lessen the effect of destructive weathers and enhances efficiency of marine operations.


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