Proceedings Magazine - March 2013 Vol. 139/3/1,321

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The Indian approach to maritime expeditionary operations has been shaped by a number of conflicting pressures in strategy, finance, and organization.

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The Commanders Respond: Royal Australian Navy

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The Commanders Respond: Royal Canadian Navy

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The Commanders Respond: Chilean Navy

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The Commanders Respond: Croatian Navy

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The Commanders Respond: Dominican Republic Navy

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The Commanders Respond: Finnish Navy

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The Commanders Respond: French Navy

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The Commanders Respond: German Navy

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The Commanders Respond: Ghana Navy

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The Commanders Respond: Hellenic Navy

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The Commanders Respond: Italian Navy

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The Commanders Respond: Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force

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The Commanders Respond: Lebanese Navy

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The Commanders Respond: Nigerian Navy

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The Commanders Respond: Royal Norwegian Navy

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The Commanders Respond: Peruvian Navy

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The Commanders Respond: Portuguese Navy

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The Commanders Respond: Spanish Navy

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The Commanders Respond: Sri Lanka Navy

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The Commanders Respond: Suriname Navy

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The Commanders Respond: Turkish Naval Forces

As economies across the globe continue to contract, navies, armies, and air forces are being told, if not, “do more with less...

The Commanders Respond: Royal Navy

As economies across the globe continue to contract, navies, armies, and air forces are being told, if not, “do more with less...

The Commanders Respond

As economies across the globe continue to contract, navies, armies, and air forces are being told, if not, “do more with less...

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Clearing the Smoke

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