A SEAPOWER Makeover
- A "1000-SHIP" NAVY? West, R. D. // All Hands;Nov2006, Issue 1075, p12
The article talks about the changes in the concept of sea power of the U.S. Navy.
- Moving the Navy into the information age. Loescher, Michael S. // U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Jan1999, Vol. 125 Issue 1, p40
Takes a look at the United States Navy. Need for the service to change the way it thinks about operations; Reinvention of war; Problems in the Navy's second-echelon intelligence, logistics, engineering, and personnel command structures; Operational vision.
- Quality of life at sea. Higgins, W. Boothe // U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Jan1999, Vol. 125 Issue 1, p54
Discusses how the United States Navy could learn a lot from its European allies about making life at sea more enjoyable and rewarding. Problems related to antisubmarine mission; Examples of routines that reflect top leadership involvement in routine matters; Quality-of-life improvements in a...
- THE EXPEDITIONARY STRIKE GROUP (ESG) OF THE U.S. NAVY - APPOPRIVATE ANSWER TO THE NEW SECURITY THREAT. // Naval Forces;2006, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p64
The article examines the Expeditionary Strike Group (ESG) of the U.S. Navy, which has been created in response to changes in the security landscape after the Cold War. The ESG combines the capabilities of combat surface and subsurface units and offers the option of strategic strikes and rapid...
- Fresh Perspectives. Barnard, Richard C. // Sea Power;Mar2005, Vol. 48 Issue 3, p4
Introduces articles related to sea-power published in the March 2005 issue of "Sea Power."
- Editor's Page. Timberg, Robert // U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Sep2005, Vol. 131 Issue 9, p4
Presents an introduction to the September 1, 2005 issue of the journal "Proceedings of the United States Naval Institute."
- Half-speed ahead. Lehman, John // Policy Review;Summer90, Issue 53, p17
Proposes a budget strategy for a strong US Navy after the collapse of the Warsaw Pact, the military alliance of Eastern Europe. Change in mission and set up based on the oceanic regions in which the America has vital interests; Cost-effective battleships; Reduction of wartime pace at which the...
- To Dissuade, Deter, and Defeat. Truver, Scott C. // Sea Power;Feb2003, Vol. 46 Issue 2, p31
Reports on the release of the U.S Navy's vision Sea Power21: Projecting Decisive Joint Capabilities for naval power projection. Endurance of naval forces to joint strike efforts; Emphasis on the importance of information operations; Provision of widely dispersed combat power. INSETS: Naval...
- Maritime Strategy and Strength: Navy Reserve's plans, programs, and people energize a force that's ready anytime, anywhere. Debbink, Dirk // Officer;Jan/Feb2011, Vol. 87 Issue 1, p36
The article discusses the capabilities of the U.S. Navy as formulated in the Maritime Strategy, A Cooperative Strategy for 21st Century Seapower (CS-21). It depicts the Total Force where the Navy derives its strength which includes Active and Reserve Sailors and Navy civilians. It notes the...