New Challenges and Opportunities for Sea Services As 108th Congress Takes Up Complex Defense Issues

Rosen, Mark E.; Miller, Jeremy M.
February 2003
Sea Power;Feb2003, Vol. 46 Issue 2, p12
Reports on the creation of challenges and opportunities for the sea services following the 2002 elections in the U.S. Pursuance of a pro-defense agenda; Increase of the funding for domestic homeland security; Reorganization of the House Armed Services Committee.


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