'Sea Strike: Projecting Persistent, Responsive, and Precise Power'

May 2003
U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;May2003, Vol. 129 Issue 5, p28
Conference Proceeding
The article provides information on sea strikes. Davy Farragut won the Battle of Mobile Bay using C sup2 PQSBWSIM (command and control using pens, quills, semaphore, bullhorns, wooden ships and iron men). We should simply call it command and control rather than list every tool we use to get that job done.


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