NAVY LEAGUE: Navy League Strives to Meet The 'Challenges That Lie Ahead'

January 2008
Sea Power;Jan2008, Vol. 51 Issue 1, p192
The article focuses on the plans of J. Michael McGrath, chairman of the Navy League's National Advisory Council, for his tenure in the U.S. McGrath is a retired naval officer and a Navy League member for almost 25 years. He emphasizes the importance of increasing the number of ships as a primary challenge. Courting younger people should also be a key to the membership drive. McGrath wanted the Navy League to focus on increasing local and national members.


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