Fanning, Timothy O.
May 2003
Sea Power;May2003, Vol. 46 Issue 5, p5
Focuses on the importance of being persistent to become a credible military in the U.S. Readiness in responding to military operations; Relevance of becoming flexible and mobile to attain combat success; Advantage of combining the capabilities of the Armed Forces.


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