This was the first ‘page-to-stage’ event of The American Sea Power Project—a major Naval Institute initiative to reinvigorate thinking about the role of sea power in U.S. national security. The American Sea Power Project takes our readers back to the basics. As a maritime nation, what does the U.S. require in terms of naval power? Do the writings of Mahan, Corbett, and Huntington apply today? We explore the ends, ways, and means of sea power. The conversation builds, starting with navalists, political scientists, and historians, and evolves into a discussion with operators about what form the Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard should take.
This event was part of a print series hosted each month on the pages of Proceedings magazine. To read the articles, please visit the American Sea Power Project webpage.
A sneak peek! Remarks from the authors are available before the virtual event.