Conference on the Navy in the Pacific
Olsen, Edward A.
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This report consists of one brief and two long sections. The first (brief) section consists of the program for a conference on the role of the U.S. Navy in the Pacific sponsored by this project. Several experts presented their analyses. Several of them prepared and then revised, full written papers. One additional commissioned paper (by E.S. Miller) is included in this section. They are presented in full in the second section. The last section consists of four parts in which a written version of the oral transcript is presented. This section includes all these on the formal program. The conference was well attended (150 people) and very well received. It fully examined the role(s) of the U.S. Navy in the Pacific and assessed regional implications of the Navy's presence. Keywords: Navy; Military strategy; Maritime strategy; Western Pacific. (kt)
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NPS Report NumberNPS-56-89-004-PR
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