Globally Engaged

Donnelly, "Jay", John J.
March 2009
Sea Power;Mar2009, Vol. 52 Issue 3, p34
The article presents an interview with U.S. Submarine Force commander Vice Admiral John J. Donnelly. When asked about the preparation of U.S. submarines to meet global threats, he says that the Submarine Force is engaged in military activities in all threat prone areas. He discusses the role of submarines in responding to changing threats and comments on the most challenging issues facing the submarine force.


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