Fears, Douglas M.
August 2011
U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Aug2011, Vol. 137 Issue 8, p22
Conference Proceeding
The article offers information on the need for enhancing U.S. Coast Guard cutter fleets. It states that recapitalization of Coast Guard cutter ships is necessary to maintain the strength of U.S. maritime operations. Coast Guard services provide U.S. Navy the sea power required for national security.


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