Outreach, Education Will Be Critical in the Year to Come

January 2009
Sea Power;Jan2009, Vol. 52 Issue 1, p192
The article focuses on the challenges to be faced by the U.S. Navy League in 2009. Navy League National President J. Michael McGrath has said that the U.S. Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard are strained due to their important missions of fighting the global war on terror, keeping the sea lanes open for commerce, and providing disaster relief. According to McGrath, education and outreach of the navies are the most critical issue for the coming year.


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