Franco-U.S. Cooperation

Withington, Thomas
May 2009
Sea Power;May2009, Vol. 52 Issue 5, p78
The article focuses on the cooperation between the navies of the U.S. and France. It highlights the collaboration of the navies of the two countries in exchanges, training programs, as well as operational commitments. It cites the participation of the two countries in missions worldwide which include fighting drug trafficking. It also indicates the cooperation of the U.S. and France in naval aviation.


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