Naval Forces Begin Return Home As War in Iraq Subsidies

Burgess, Richard R.
May 2003
Sea Power;May2003, Vol. 46 Issue 5, p41
Focuses on the return of the U.S. Naval forces after their combat operations in Iraq. Comments of Naval Officer Administrator Vern Clark on the performance of the Navy and the Marine Corps; Efficiency of the warships and the submarines; Appreciation for the readiness of the Navy.


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