United States Navy Organization and Missions

January 2007
Sea Power;Jan2007, Vol. 50 Issue 1, p1
The article discusses the U.S. Navy organization and missions. Admiral Mike Mullen, chief of naval operations, said that the Navy must redefine its sea power and explain how to operate, train, educate and balance the forces differently. Acquiring platforms and mission systems to integrate an interoperate with the allies is part of the vision. Furthermore, the Navy is evaluating a new concept to provide persistent presence built around a deployed command ship.


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