Put Swat Team on EVERY SHIP

Mullin, Paul; Bartee, Jon
December 2002
U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Dec2002, Vol. 128 Issue 12, p30
Conference Proceeding
Focuses on need of well-armed tactical teams on ships to successfully and safely handle force protection and maritime interdiction missions in the U.S. Importance of the shipboard integrated tactical team (SITT) in the protection of ships; Description of the SITT concept; Impact of global war on terrorism on supplementary forces that assist the U.S. Navy.


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