Career development for an antisubmarine warfare officer specialist.
Lassman, Abraham Joel
Neil, Douglas E.
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Antisubmarine Warfare technology has made significant advances since World War II. However, this thesis is based on the assumption that training for ASW Surface Officers has not kept pace with this rapid technological growth. This thesis proposes that the career pattern for surface officers desiring in-depth ASW training be modified to improve this situation while allowing surface officers to maintain a viable career pattern in the Surface Warfare community. Such a career pattern seems to be feasible.
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