February 2008
Armada International;Feb/Mar2008, Issue 1, p49
Correction notice
This section presents corrections to several articles published in the journal, including those that mentioned Cuirasse system, Etienne Lacroix Sealir and the MK 36 Srboc system on the USS Harper's Ferry deck landing ship.


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