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Topics in the April issue will include:
■ A Whole-of-Domain Approach: A look inside the Information
■ NGEN & CANES: A status report and look forward for these two
key communications network programs.
■ The 2015 Budget Proposal: A look at the winners and losers.
■ Interview: Acting Maritime Administrator Paul “Chip” Jaenichen.
■ Foreign Military Sales: Building boats for international partners.
■ The “Extreme Littoral:” Sweden’s view of littoral ops and the
assets they bring to bear.
■ Going Global: For ONR, international teamwork bears fruit.
■ Arctic Roadmap: Government, private interests debate U.S.
■ False Sense of Security? The underreporting of piracy in high-risk