The Navy or Nothing

Tastad, Douglas T.
July 2008
JFQ: Joint Force Quarterly;Summer2008, Issue 50, p18
An essay is presented on the history of the interaction between the U.S.' commercial maritime industries and the Navy. It reviews the allegedly current troubled state of this relationship. Moreover, solutions for strengthening the relationship between the Navy and the maritime industries are also discussed.


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