Resolutions Committee Seeks Input From NLUS Members On Major National-Defense and Homeland-Security Issues
- LOOKING INTO THE NAVAL CRYSTAL BALL. Leibstone, Marvin // Naval Forces;2003, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p4
Focuses on the U.S. Navy. Examination of the Navy's 2003 goals; Need to develop particular defense equipment; Allocation of a bigger fiscal year budget to defense programs of the U.S.
- ORGANIZATIONAL. // U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;May2011, Vol. 137 Issue 5, p144
Several appendixes are presented depicting the organizational structure of U.S. military including U.S. National Defense Command Structure, Office of the Secretary of Defense, and the Department of the Navy.
- IS THE U.S. NAVY BEING MARGINALIZED? Turner, Stansfield // Naval War College Review;Summer2003, Vol. 56 Issue 3, p97
Looks into the significant role of the U.S. Navy in the nation's defense. Assurance for a strategic nuclear retaliation as the cornerstone of nuclear deterrence; Importance of military readiness and homeland security; Identification of the Navy's missions.
- THE NAVY'S HOMELAND ROLE: Vigilant Guard or Forward Defense? Patch, John // U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;May2007, Vol. 133 Issue 5, p58
The article presents an essay on the role of navy in homeland defense in the U.S. It is stated that the Navy must either become a key player in North American maritime security or relegate responsibility to the Coast Guard and focus on forward-deployed defense missions. However, the Coast Guard...
- Should the U. S. Navy be Built Up to Treaty Strength? PRO. Standley, William H. // Congressional Digest;Apr34, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p120
The article discusses the current naval status of the U.S. The Treaty of Peace that brought the World War to a close left many international difficulties unsolved. Treaties for the limitation of naval armaments being only two of a large number which inclu
- The Class Room Studies National Defense. // Congressional Digest;Apr34, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p126
This article focuses on the consideration of students in government about Army and Navy legislation in the U.S. The class in government faces a problem in considering the question of National Defense. The traditional American policy has been to maintain an Army and Navy merely for defensive...
- Military Readiness: Navy's Fleet Response Plan Would Benefit from a Comprehensive Management Approach and Rigorous Testing: GAO-06-84. Laurent, Janet St. // GAO Reports;11/22/2005, p1
The Navy has been transforming itself to better meet 21st century needs. Since 2000, the Congress has appropriated about $50 billion annually for the Navy to operate and maintain its forces and support around 376,000 military personnel. In recognizing that the Navy faces affordability issues in...
- TRANSFORMING THE NAVY. Dombrowski, Peter J.; Ross, Andrew L. // Naval War College Review;Summer2003, Vol. 56 Issue 3, p107
Focuses on the military transformation of the U.S. Navy for a central defense and national security objective. Commitment for the radical military change; Showcase of the military's emerging transformational capabilities; Threat of terrorism; Importance of organizational changes to meet future...
- "Howdy, Pardner"/"Navy's Reserve Will Be Integrated with Active Forces". Manfreda, Joseph F. // U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Jul2005, Vol. 131 Issue 7, p66
The article presents information relating to Coast Guard Reserve units. The events of September 2001 terrorists attack dramatically demonstrated that the Reserve did not have enough units ready to provide close-in protection of the U.S. ports. The decision to integrate the reserve into the Navy...