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How the Navy Can Avoid a 21st-Century Gallipoli

By Lieutenant Commanders Trevor Phillips-Levine, Dylan Phillips-Levine, Collin Fox, U.S. Navy; and Captain Walker Mills, U.S. Marine Corps
January 2022
The disastrous ANZAC landing at Gallipoli in April 1915 was attempted after a failed mine countermeasures operation to open the Dardanelles Strait. The U.S. Navy can avoid a similar fate.

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