January 2003
Sea Power;Jan2003, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p117
Focuses on the role of the Military Sealift Command of U.S Navy for providing maritime support to all components of the Department of Defense and to other government agencies in both peacetime and war. Availability of strategic sealift capability; Management in port facilities for cargo handling; Role of the agency in support against terrorism.


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