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Coming Up In SEAPOWER
LITTORAL & BROWN WATER OPS
Seapower’s June issue will include a special report on “Littoral &
Brown Water Ops” as well as a special section featuring the annual
Navy League Corporate Membership Directory. Coverage will include:
; The State of Littoral Ops: War gaming and lessons learned for the
; Situational Awareness: Technologies for today’s Riverine Force.
; ACV Options: Competitors vie for lucrative Marine Corps award.
; Underwater Eyes: Using UUVs for littoral surveillance.
; The Mine Threat: LCS mission package development.
ALSO IN THIS ISSUE:
; Amphib Platforms: Evolving plans for alternatives to support
; JHSV Exercises: Putting Spearhead through its paces in Africa.
; Taking the Lead: The Coast Guard in the Western Hemisphere.