Future of the Carrier?

Lieutenant L. H. Bibbly

Commander Green is on much more defensible ground when he discusses the attack carrier's position in the event of limited war, but I suggest that he again overstates the carrier's case. "The attack carrier can meet, with the exact amount of power required, any local conflict endangering the United States." Did we not in Korea find ourselves with somewhat less than the exact amount of power required? Do we not now have all the attack carriers necessary to engage in limited war?


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