CHALLENGES for the New Maritime Strategy

Holland, W. J.
April 2007
U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Apr2007, Vol. 133 Issue 4, p14
Conference Proceeding
The author reflects on the new maritime strategy of CNO Admiral Mike Mullen of the U.S. Navy, and states that the U.S. Navy should workout an operational theory to convince itself and others of its utility. It is viewed that the new strategy will reduce demand for U.S. forces and increase its participation with allies in common efforts. Explaining several obstacles in the new strategy, the author states that the document should address the U.S. Congress as well.


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