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  • Maritime Security

    April 2023

    Partnership, Presence Key to U.S. Strategy In the Arctic

    With climate change opening once impenetrable Arctic sea lanes, great power competition is heading north, leading the United States and its allies to invest more in partnerships and presence in the region to maintain free and open seas.
  • Expeditionary Warfare

    March 2023

    Navy, Marine Corps at Odds Over Fleet Requirements

    The possibility of conflict in the Indo-Pacific and a rapidly evolving technological landscape have reshaped the nature of expeditionary warfare, but the Navy and Marine Corps have differing views on what ships and systems they need to deter potential foes.
  • Military Service

    May 2019

    JUST IN: Dunford Cautions Against Overgrowing the Military

    By Jon Harper
    To maintain its competitive edge over advanced adversaries, the U.S. military must avoid adding force structure at the expense of acquiring high-tech capabilities, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said May 29.
  • Defense Department

    September 2001

    At-Sea Tests Aim to Improve Joint Operations

    By Elizabeth Book
    Remembering to crouch and run to the safety of the wind-free hangar when deplaning is just one lesson that the Army took to heart when its pilots practiced landing helicopters aboard a large-deck ship.
  • Defense Department

    May 2001

    Stakes Are High in Competition for Naval Air-Defense Program

    By Sandra I. Erwin
    The Navy’s sensor-networking technology known as “cooperative engagement capability” will undergo this month its most rigorous test so far, a test that could seal its fate.
  • Defense Department

    October 2000

    Navy Aims to Curtail Aviation Mishaps Caused by Crew Error

    By Sandra I. Erwin
    The U.S. Navy’s plan to improve safety in aviation will emphasize the need to reduce “human error,” said Rear Adm. Frank M. “Skip” Dirren Jr.
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