Parameters of Power: The US Navy in the Twentieth Century
A parameter is defined as a characteristic element of a member of a system, an arbitrary constant whose value describes the member’s behaviour or attributes. The characteristic of the US Navy in the twentieth century was a fleet strategy of offensive sea control. That was the way the service identified itself. Power was invested in an offensively oriented fleet.
KeywordsAtomic Bomb Marine Corps Power Projection Central Front Naval Force
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