Theses and Dissertations
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Persian gulf security: the United States and Oman, the Gulf Cooperation Council, and western allied participation.
This thesis examines Persian Gulf security from a geostrategic and historical perspective. It emphasizes the current relationship between the United States and Oman and offers the opinion that this is not the best policy ...
SSBN survivability: a time for confidence-building measures?.
(Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1982-12)
Historical and technological imperatives have led both the United States and the Soviet Union to array their strategic nuclear forces in triads of air, land, and sea launched ballistic missiles. This thesis will focus on ...
Ballistic missile submarines of the United States and the Soviet Union: a comparison of systems and doctrine.
This thesis compares the development of fleet ballistic missile systems in the United States and Soviet Union and their contribution to the achievement of national security objectives of each nation. To this end, submarine ...
The new British deterrent: strategic planning and domestic political implications.
(Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1982-10)
The British Government announced its intention in July 19 80 to modernize its strategic nuclear deterrent with the deployment of the Trident I (C4) submarine- launched ballistic missile. The MIRVed Trident missile will ...
United States policy options in the western Indian Ocean.
(Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1982-06)
This thesis examines United States interests in the Western Indian Ocean and recommends a policy toward the area. It analyzes the economic and regional importance of the main states in the area: Madagascar, Mozambique, ...
Branch Of Service
Lieutenant Commander, United States Navy (5)
National Security Affairs (5)