Still Warrior Friendly

Picotte, Len; King, Kendall
July 2001
U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Jul2001, Vol. 127 Issue 7, p60
Conference Proceeding
Focuses on the United States Navy's LPD-17 amphibious warfare ship. Approach developed for the ship's design and construction; Collaboration between the service and the U.S. Marine Corps to develop the ship's design; Elements of the ship's design-for-ownership process.


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