Callo, Joseph F.
July 2008
Military History;Jul/Aug2008, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p26
The article focuses on John Paul Jones and his concept of sea power. John Paul Jones is best known as a warrior and a tough commander. But there was much more to Jones than iron determination and courage under fire. He also was a visionary, a naval officer, who thought in broad strategic terms. Arguably the most important strategic concept Jones seized upon was that of global power projection. Jones also foresaw the crucial role naval power would play in the future of the U.S. INSETS: Rising in the East;The No-Name Coffin.


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