Visionary Concepts & Operational Realities

Goure, Daniel
February 2003
Sea Power;Feb2003, Vol. 46 Issue 2, p37
Reports on the importance of the U.S. Navy's vision Sea Power21 for the challenges of the emerging security environment. Reduction of the response time available to the Navy; Delivery of persistent offensive power; Provision of high volume naval gunfire support.


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