2 edition of U.S. naval strategy in the 1990s found in the catalog.
U.S. naval strategy in the 1990s
|Statement||edited with an introduction by John B. Hattendorf.|
|Series||Newport paper -- no. 27|
|Contributions||Hattendorf, John B., Naval War College (U.S.)|
|LC Classifications||V165 .U223 2006, V167 .U713 2006, VA50 .U86 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 288 p. :|
|Number of Pages||288|
|LC Control Number||2009526213|
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In the present volume, Newport Pa covering the decade of the s, Professor Hattendorf assembles for the first time in a single publication all the major naval strategy and policy statements of this : Naval War College Press. The decade of the s represents a distinctive period in American U.S.
naval strategy in the 1990s book strategic thinking. Bounded on one side by the end of the Cold War in and on the other by the beginning of the era of the global war on terrorism after 11 Septemberthese were years in which the U.S. Navy of the s found itself faced with a dramatically altered strategic : John B.
Hattendorf. " Naval Strategy is a remarkable anthology of outstanding articles on the subject. The selected articles provide sufficient information to raise alternatives and to further inform debate.
This book is not just a tool for professional education, it is also a catalyst for future intellectual discussion.5/5(2). U.S. Naval Strategy in the s: Selected Documents. This book examines US naval strategy and the role of American seapower over three decades, from the late 20th century to the early 21st century.
This study uses the concept of seapower as a framework to explain the military and political application of sea power and naval force for the United States of America.
The collapse of the Soviet Union and changes in the world order defined the s, a decade also characterized by the containment of localized fighting and a revised naval strategy.
Naval and naval. It continues the story of the Navy’s reaction to the growing Soviet naval and strategic threats over the decade of the s, as documented in U.S. Naval Strategy in the s: Selected Documents, Newport Paper 30 (), and sets the stage for the rethinking of the Navy’s role following the demise of the Soviet Union at the end of the s, as presented in U Author: Naval War College Press.
The first volume in this series,U.S. Naval Strategy in the s: Selected Documents, Newport Pa also edited by Professor Hattendorf, appeared in September The current volume was originally intended to include documents relating to the development of the Navy’s “Maritime Strategy” during the s, but the bulk of rele-File Size: 2MB.
Thus, the basis of this series begins with The Evolution of the U.S. Navy’s Maritime Strategy, – That work is followed by the three separate volumes of documents, including this one, each devoted to one of three decades of the s, s, and : John B.
Hattendorf. This volume is designed to complement and extend the previously published history of The Evolution of the U.S. Navy’s Maritime Strategy, –, and to present publicly for the first time the detailed changes and developments that occurred during the decade in the five (now declassified) official versions of the strategy and three directly associated unclassified public statements by successive Chiefs of Naval Author: John B Hattendorf, Peter M.
Swartz. The first volume in this series, U.S. Naval Strategy in the s: Selected Documents, Newport Pa also edited by Professor Hattendorf, appeared in September Author: Naval War College Press.
U.S. Naval Strategy in the s: Selected Documents is the thirty-third in the Naval War College Press's Newport Papers monograph series, and the third in a projected four-volume set of authoritative documents relating to U.S.
Navy strategy and strategic planning during and after the Cold War. U.S. Naval Strategy in the s Selected Documents John B.
Hattendorf,Editor NAVAL WAR COLLEGE NEWPORT PAPERS 27 NAVAL U.S. naval strategy in the 1990s book COLLEGE NEWPORT PAPERS T H E U N I T E D S T A T E S N A V A L W A R C O L L E G E V IR A I B US M RI V I C T O AAuthor: John B.
Hattendorf. U.S. naval strategy in the s: selected documents. [John B Hattendorf; Naval War College (U.S.);] -- The eight documents in this collection are the key published statements that the Navy's leadership created during the s to explain itself to.
THOMAS J. CUTLER, Lt. Cmdr., USN (Ret.), is also the author of A Sailor's History of the U.S. Navy and The Battle of Leyte Gulf, among other books, and is the recipient of the Alfred Thayer Mahan Award for Naval Literature. U.S. Naval Strategy in the s. U.S. Naval Strategy in the s.
U.S. Naval Strategy in the s. Nimitz “Gray Book”: War Plans and Files of the Commander-in-Chief, Pacific Fleet. Notable Naval Books of By Lieutenant Commander Thomas J. Cutler, U.S. Navy. May Maritime Strategy for the s.
By Admiral Carlisle A.H. Trost, USN. May The Naval Institute is not an agency of the U.S. government; the opinions expressed in these pages are the personal views of the authors. CNA operates the Institute for Public Research and the Center for Naval Analyses, the federally funded research and development center (FFRDC) of the U.S.
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Naval strategy is the planning and conduct of war at sea, the naval equivalent of military strategy on land. Naval strategy, and the related concept of maritime strategy, concerns the overall strategy for achieving victory at sea, including the planning and conduct of campaigns, the movement and disposition of naval forces by which a commander secures the advantage of .U.S.
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In the present volume, Newport Pa covering the decade of the s, Professor Hattendorf assembles for the first time in a single publication all the major naval strategy and policy. Maritime strategy presentation (for the Secretary of the Navy, 4 November ) The maritime strategy, ; The amphibious warfare strategy, ; The maritime strategy, ; Looking beyond the maritime strategy; The maritime strategy: The maritime component of the U.S.
national strategy, ; Maritime strategy for the s. Second, the book illuminates the Navy’s general lack of understanding of the difference between naval strategy (the use of military force on the sea in war) and maritime strategy (the wider use of the naval, diplomatic, and economic levers of power in peace and war), and how or why the two should interact.
The U.S. Naval Institute on Naval Strategy: The U.S. Naval Institute Wheel Book Series (The U.S Naval Institute Wheel Book Series) - Kindle edition by Cutler, Thomas J. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The U.S. Naval Institute on Naval Strategy: The U.S. Naval Institute Wheel Book 5/5(2). The ship Navy was a strategic plan of the United States Navy during the s to rebuild its fleet after cutbacks that followed the end of the Vietnam plan, which originated with Republican leaders, was an important campaign plank of Ronald Reagan in the presidential election, who advocated a larger military and strategic confrontation with the Soviet Union.
Airpower Reborn offers a conceptual approach to warfare that emphasizes airpower’s unique capability to achieve strategic effects. Six world-leading theorists argue that a viable strategy must transcend the purely military sphere, view the adversary as a multi-dimensional system, and pursue systemic paralysis and strategic effects rather than military destruction or attrition.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm. Contents: Maritime strategy presentation (for the Secretary of the Navy, 4 November ) --The maritime strategy, --The amphibious warfare strategy, --The maritime strategy, --Looking beyond the maritime strategy --The maritime strategy:.
John Brewster Hattendorf, L.H.D., FRHistS, FSNR, (born Decem ) is an American naval is the author, co-author, editor, or co-editor of more than fifty books, mainly on British and American maritime history and navalthe U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings described him as "one of the most widely known and well-respected naval Born: Decem (age 77).
Biography: Frederick Hartmann, Naval Renaissance: The U.S. Navy in the s () 6 ADM Carlisle A. Trost (CNO Jul Jun ) Jan “Looking Beyond the Maritime Strategy” (UNCLAS USNI Proceedings article) Feb The Maritime Strategy (SECRET pub revised) May “Maritime Strategy for the s”.
CNO ADM James Watkins () 2: CNO ADM Carlisle Trost () 3: The Maritime Strategy: 5: The Maritime Strategy (SECRET brief): The Maritime Strategy (SECRET pub): The Amphibious Warfare Strategy (SECRET pub): The Maritime Strategy (SECRET pub revision): The Maritime Strategy (UNCLAS booklet) "Looking Beyond the Maritime Strategy" (UNCLAS.
Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: U.S. naval strategy in the s viii, p. (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication. Drawn from the U.S. Naval Institute’s vast archives, the series will combine articles from the Institute’s flagship publication Proceedings, selections from the oral history collection and from Naval Institute Press books to create unique guides.
American Naval Thinking in the Post–Cold War Era: The U.S. Navy and the Emergence of a Maritime Strategy, – (dissertation, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA, Toward a New Maritime Strategy: American Naval Thinking in the Post–Cold War Era.
—Dr. Anthony Wells, author of A Tale of Two Navies: Geopolitics, Technology, and Strategy in the United States Navy and the Royal Navy, “The Decline of European Naval Forces is a timely look at how eleven west European navies have been evolving since ” —The Northern Mariner / Le marin du nord.
The Evolution of the U.S. Navy’s Maritime Strategy, – (Newport, RI: Naval War College Press, ); John Hattendorf, ed., U.S. Naval Strategy in the s (Newport, RI: Naval War College Press, ) and U.S.
Naval Strategy in the s, (Newport, RI: Naval War College Press, ); John Hattendorf, Peter Swartz, eds., U.S. Naval. "Toward a New Maritime Strategy examines the evolution of American naval thinking in the post-Cold War era.
It recounts the development of the U.S. Navy’s key strategic documents from the fall of the Berlin Wall in to the release in of the U.S. Navy’s maritime strategy, A Cooperative Strategy for 21st Century Seapower. In his groundbreaking work, In Defence of Naval Supremacy, Sumida presents a provocative and authoritative revisionist history of the origins, nature and consequences of the "Dreadnought Revolution" of Based on intensive and extensive archival research, the book strives to explain vital financial and technical matters which enable readers to observe the complex.
Abstract Admiral Richard G. Colbert's particular approach to U.S. naval strategy, placing as it did great emphasis on the need to enhance cooperation between the U.S. Navy and friendly maritime forces, was not entirely different from the maritime strategy of the : Richard G. Colbert, Allied Naval Cooperation, Joel J.
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The Decisive Battle Doctrine (艦隊決戦, Kantai Kessen; "naval fleet decisive battle") was a naval strategy adopted by the Imperial Japanese Navy prior to the Second World theory was derived from the writings of American naval historian Alfred Thayer the Decisive Battle Doctrine the Japanese navy would win a war by fighting and winning a single, decisive naval.
This edited collection includes twelve articles previously published in The U.S. Naval Institute journal publications Proceedings and Naval History dating back as far asas well as the hard-bounds: Guiding Lights and The U.S. Naval Academy: An Illustrated History, 2 nd Edition. As my usual process, I read the book three times for the.
The U.S. Navy has been working on a new strategy document. CDR Bryan McGrath has discussed it and the Cooperative Strategy for 21st Century Seapower here at War on the the 21st century, everyone and everything appears to have something they call a strategy, from Silicon Valley start-ups to your home-owners association.