Friedman, Norman.


Jane’s, 1st.ed., 1988. Ix + 246 pp., 29 photo-plates. D.j., 22 x 14cm. FINE. From 1982 to 1988 the U.S. Navy enjoyed enormous growth due to a relatively rare stated strategy which has provoked both intense interest and controversy. The author examines the strategy, its logic, and its implications for not only the US Navy but also for Europe and beyond. The author also looks at Soviet-style naval warfare and Russia’s likely reaction to US policy. He examines American national strategy, the tools of sea power, naval tactics, and US relations with both allies and neutrals. A STUDY OF U.S. NAVAL STRATEGY DURING THE 1980’S. FINE COPY.

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