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Volume 57, Number 2, February 2014
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Coming Up In SEAPOWER
INTERNATIONAL PARTNERS IN PRESENCE
Seapower looks at the cooperative maritime engagement of the U.S.
sea services. Topics will include:
■ The Partnership-Builder: The impact of the LCS on international
■ The U.S. and Canada: Operation Caribbe and Operation Artemis
bring high-profile engagement.
■ Aegis Ashore: The Phased Adaptive Approach to defense.
■ Hulls in the Water: NAVSEA’s role in building naval combatant craft
for allies and partners.
■ The Middle East: Task force ops in the Fifth Fleet AOR.
■ Brown-water Ops: Riverine cooperative training in Latin America.
■ Foreign Military Sales: Life after decommissioning.
■ War on Drugs: USCG operations with partners in the Caribbean
■ The Flow of Commerce: The use of ‘armory’ ships to protect
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