The Royal Navy: Whither Goes Thou?

Johnstone, C. C. C.
July 2008
U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Jul2008, Vol. 134 Issue 7, p84
Conference Proceeding
The author comments on an article by M. K. Banger which questions the capabilities of the British Royal Navy (RN). He defended that Great Britain is considered to be the fifth largest military spender based on purchasing power parity. He also explained that the number of ships operated increased by over 150 percent since 2000, wherein RN will be accepting the service of new Daring-class destroyers.


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