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In wartime, the United States must supply the arms and logistics support required by NATO to win. To accomplish this mission, the U. S. Navy will have to protect the SLOCs and use convoys, whose advantages again were demonstrated in exercise Mardez. Here, a merchant ship awaits a convoy escort to Europe as a U. S. Coast Guard patrol boat leads the Canadian frigate Nipigon out of Boston Harbor.