Maclean, M. B.; Barnhart, Deborah; Goetze, Warren K.; Cavagnara, Dennis A.; Averna, Vincent S.
March 2005
Sea Power;Mar2005, Vol. 48 Issue 3, p5
Presents several letters to the editor on naval-related topics discussed in the previous issues of "Sea Power." Remarks on the role of the Canadian Navy providing national maritime security; "In My Own Wounds" on the exploits of Hospital Corpsman Third Class Nermin Tepic; Concerns on the decline of ship inventory over the years; Reflection of the author in his service at the Air and Naval Gunfire Liaison Company.


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