Rempt, Rodney P.
September 2002
Naval War College Review;Autumn2002, Vol. 55 Issue 4, p5
Academic Journal
Discusses areas in which the U.S. Navy could focus its investment or change its strategic direction in order to meet the most likely scenario. Lead revitalized maritime security; Expand sea-basing; Continue power projection focus; Ensure access for other forces; Provide intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance for the nation; Refine homeland defense.


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