Setting the Course

March 2006
Sea Power;Mar2006, Vol. 49 Issue 3, p38
The article presents an interview with Admiral Mike Mullen who redefines sea power and sets a new tack for naval shipbuilding for the U.S. Navy. When asked about his vision of the Navy future, he said that he is trying to stimulate discussion about the naval power at a higher level. He was asked if he believes the Navy will increase its involvement over the long-term in the Horn of Africa, he said that he does because there opportunities to have the kind of impact that they talked about.


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