Report on maritime/joint strategic planning journals
Tritten, James John
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One page synopsis on thirty (30) journals which contain articles on maritime and/or joint strategic planning. Each entry was prepared by students taking NS3252 Joint and Maritime Strategic Planning at the Naval Postgraduate School in the Summer of 1989. Entries include the journal's name, publisher, frequency of publication, length of each issue, illustrations/photographs, number of articles/topics, special sections, book reviews, noteworthy features, journal quality and subscription information. Keywords: Maritime strategic planning, Joint strategic planning
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Naval Postgraduate School (U.S.); Meyer Institute; NPS Maritime Defense and Security Research Program (MDP-TF) (Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate SchoolMaritime Defense and Security Research Program, 2004);Articles in this issue include "Using a Standardized Planning and Execution System to Improve Maritime Homeland Security", "The Maritime and Port Security Summit: Getting to Best Practices", and "Naval Criminal Investigative ...
Urbizu, Carlos (Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 2004);This thesis examines the role U.S. Northern Command (NORTHCOM) is performing in the maritime domain as the new Unified Command responsible for homeland defense. NORTHCOM does not currently have a permanent maritime component ...
Thomas, Karl O.; Lobree, Shawn W. (Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1998-03-01);Restricted water transits by U. S. Navy ships require detailed planning by Commanding Officers, Navigators and the entire ship control watch team. The methodical maritime navigation planning process currently used has not ...