Japan Maritime Self Defense Force's Enduring Relationship With the U.S. Navy

Ishikawa, Toru
December 2002
Sea Power;Dec2002, Vol. 45 Issue 12, p31
Features the Japan Maritime Self Defense Force. Focus on the relationship between the Japanese naval force and the U.S. Navy; Commemoration of the fiftieth anniversary of the Japanese naval force; History of the establishment of the naval unit.


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