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Coming Up In SEAPOWER
SPECIAL FOCUS: SURFACE WARFARE
Coverage in Seapower’s annual Surface Warfare issue will include:
n Interview: Vice Adm. Thomas J. Moore, commander, Naval Sea
n Ship Self-Defense: Preparing for when your ship becomes
n Technology Advances: Naval Integrated Fire Control-Counter
Air systems on Arleigh Burke destroyers.
n New to the Fleet: What USS Zumwalt brings to the fight.
n Status Report: Update on the LCS program.
ALSO IN DECEMBER
n Maritime Domain Awareness: A new approach involving all
n The MOC: Emphasizing maneuver and information warfare.
n Robo Medic: New technologies for en-route care.
n Growing Pains: Concerns arise with operations at expanded
n Deep Sabre: WMDs and maritime interdiction.